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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 May 1921

BffifflMiMHiiaKUflm np RAITp HEIIVERQ DR. COOPER TO DELIVER ADDRESS TO SENIORS AT BAYLOR COLLEGE DR. DAVIDSON DELIVERS FINE ADDRESS SATURDAY ON INTERESTING SUBJECT FINE CHAPEL TALK ON SUBJECT OF FAITH GREAT MAY SALE OF READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS BEGINS THIS WEEK C DRESSES SUITS. COATS BLOUSES AND SKIRTS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. c D x .tlttnt'i Fevttilt quality-M VAwe-ssnwce f czzz mmmmmmmmmmmmmimwmimmmmmmmmmmsismi Our Phone is 167 J Call us when you need anything in the way of high-grade Groceries Confections and Stationery. We carry a supply of Fresh Cakes and Fruits that you need each day. Get the habit of trading with us and we will save you money. WE WILL DELIVER A $2.00 ORDER. "We Sell For Less" Which Means Money to You. SIMONS SUPPLY STORE D 20TH AND HICKORY STS. PHONE 167 aaifflEBBffiffiasagisa . 8 ; lATTrtflPnniT nruniniriiTnir I III l I LV 1 LLLII 111 nil if " luujaieoi cmuciiu WRPMTH I WE SOLICIT YOUR BANKING BUSINESS ON THE ABOVE BASIS CITIZEN'S NATIONAL BANK ABILENE TEXAS ...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 May 1921

I I B.S.U. ELECT OFFICERS AT BUSINESS MEETING ON WEDNESDAY EVENING Announcement was mado in chap- el Wednesday morning that B S U would meet at 8 o'clock Instead of 7 no had been the custom. Tho now tlmo seemed to bo a hotter time for mooting as a much larger crowd was r.rosont than had been for ciulto a while. After tho rcdltlon of tho program th0 commltteo appointed to nomin- ate officers for next year mado its rs- nort. The enmmittnn recommended tho following officers; for president I John W. Cox; first vlco-presldent Floy Uawkinsi second vice president John' nle Winter third vico-persldent Blon- ni Foreman; secretary Llnnio Maude Puller; corresponding secretary Mild- rod Davis; treasurer Lula Mao Brun- sen. Futhor recommendations of tho commltteo wore that tho term of of- flco of each member last for ono t6rm instead of tho entire school year thoroby giving moro people a chance for training. Tho entire report of the commltto was adopted. In an lntorviow with Mr. Cox; he says- "N...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 May 1921

HMMEflflfl ir jrw"Tpr t- -r- " 'J?-t s VblV SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 28 1921. Number 34 mmmmmmmm fh? $iram0ns Brand r it ALUMNI AND EX-STUDENTS ARE PLANNING TO REVIVE CAM- PAIGN FOR MEMORIAL BUILDING MONTHLY MAGAZINE IS ALSO BEING RECOMMENDED BY MEMBERS OF THE ASSN. MANY ASSNS. ARE FORMED Every County In the West Will Be Urged to Organize Local Association. A number of items of considerable im- portance will be presented before the Alumni and Ex-Students Association at its regular annual meeting at Simmons College on June 6 beginning at four o'clock. Among these items will be a proposition to have published by tho As- sociation next year an Alumni Magazine. Members of tho association who are work- ing on tho recommendations state that it will be proposed to reduce the annual dues of the association from five dollars per year to two dollars this price to in- clude a subscription to the magazine. It is nlsp proposed to raise the money for expenses of the association ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 May 1921

" T$"POTJI?VTHTW7'7 iW $ Stye immonsBrnnfl Published Weekly by tlio Simmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at the Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year......$2.00 Member of tlio Texas Intcr-collcgiatc Press Association knowledges the fine cooperation from tho business friends in tho city. ' With these words of appreciation wo step down from our dignified editorial chair walk from the much beloved sanctum sana- torium lock the door and turn tho keys over to our successor who is to guide the destinies of the Brand for another vcar. In conclusion we would ask that the' entire student body cooperate with tho Brand management next year. It is a real difficult task to edit a college paper and at the same time do college work. We predict for the Brand next year a bril- I liant career if the proper support is given it from the student body. Remember that Office: Third Floor Scienco Building all edito...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 May 1921

fff'a"""'"""'' GREAT MAY SALE OF READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS BEGINS THIS WEEK C DRESSES; SUITS COATS BLOUSES AND SKIRTS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. C quAUTY-JvALue -serwcg gBffiflHKgBBnRiHttnHiHMnnM Needmore's Appreciation . i ( ) We wish to extend to Simmons College Students and others our appreciation for their co-operation and courtesies shown us during this past year We feel that you have had a large part in making our busi- ness a success. WE WELCOME YOU BACK AGAIN NEXT YEAR With your many friends to a bigger and better business for we shall endeavor to have a better store. "Come to Needmore's First." c J "We Sell For Less" Which Means Money to You. SIMMONS SUPPLY STORE 20TH AND HICKORY STS. PHONE 167 BllJJJBiMjJJJJJlQJJJJJJI i i i B i 1 1 iilMjJJaiBJJJJJJJ HIWHHr'.Ml"'-i B'k7-' ".HilMiliiiiiiiiiiiHIIiH HA --L- Mv-rv .'.KHI BgawwuwwttttaKMKi COURTESY EFFICIENCY STRENGTH WE SOLICIT YOUR BANKING BUSINESS ON THE ABOVE BASIS CITIZEN'S NATIONAL BANK ABILENE TEXAS CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $3000...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 May 1921

1 B WJUKimmmSKtKmmmamUKmammlSma For the Graduate A BEAUTIFUL PAIR OF WHITE PUMPS Eithccr plain or ono and two-stmp models Louis XV or Junior Louis heels will complete that costumo and help make the occasion memorable. Moderate priced at $5.00 $6.00 up to $12.50 wwuwgqM nmMHNMHNHHHI iiaxB?qxgoraam(EaxD3)UMDtPugatPga We Are Grateful c The J. C. Penney Company is pleased with the patronage from Simmons and thanks each one for the confidence placed with us. We invite all new comers to visit our store where we clothe the whole family for less and wish those of you who are. leaving a pleasant Summer Vacation. SEE US WHEty IN ABILENE. c 3 J-L. PENNEY COMPANY SB LARGEATTENDANCEEXPECTED IN SIMMONS SUMMER SCHOOL; Large attendance .expected during sum- mer school. Correspondence in regard to information about tho wprk has been un- imnnllv lnrco accordlna to Mr. Carswcll. bursar. Many rooms in the dormitories have been reserved already. Last summers' enrollment was 325. Pres- ident Sandcfcr say...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 September 1921

4 1 .1V- immons Brand tout Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1921 Number 1 Sirfr V v ';" ' HW' (f'V ' JSV' -? .' f i fh5 i I I i vtr ) COWBOYS WILL OPEN i SEASON HERE SEPT. 24 GAME WITH NEW MEXICO MILI TARY INSTITUTE WILL START COWBOYS ON SEASON GRIND ' GOOD GAMES ARE SCHEDULED Arrangement of Games Completed With Strong Teams to Be Played Here. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE. Sept. 24 Simmons vs. New Mexico Military Institute at Abilene. Oct. 1 Simmons vs. T. C. U. at 'Abi- lene. Oct. 8 Simmons vs. North Texas Normal College at Denton. Oct. 15 Simmons vs. Phillips Univer- sity at' Abilene. Oct. 22 Simmons vs. Daniel Baker College at Brownwood. Oct. 29 Simmons vs. Trinity Univer- sity at Waxahachie. NoV. 5 Open date. Noy. 11 Simmons vs. Vaylor Univer- sity at Waco. Nov. 19 Simmons vs. Austin College at Sherman. Nov. 24 Simmons vs. Howard Payne College at Abilene. With three weeks pf intensive training behind them the Cowboys will open the football season with the heavy e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 September 1921

1" r V f ' wf jWiwwam Brand PttblMMd Weakly bjr the Shuwoiw PrM Uab in the Interest t th' Student Entered m Second Claes Mali Mttr at the Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price par year $.00 Member of the Tesae Inter-Cellegtate Frees Aseooktion. Office: First Fleer Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOWARD BARRETT ' Edkor-in-Ch'ief CHARLES C. BRADSHAW Business Manager A WELCOME TO ALL. The Brand takes this method of joining with the faculty in a hearty welcome to att st4eftte beth new and old who 'are coming -to Simmons. If you are an old student yen know of the welcome. Dut to these who are entering' for the first time we would emphasise the greeting. Your first days in all likelihood will be lonesome ones as 'we realize from a like experience. You will be in a new atmos- phereone that is different in practically every detail from that to which you have been accustomed. You will bo annoyed by what seems to you uselessness; but" such is a necessity for the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 September 1921

SIMMONS COWBOYS ARE LOOKING GOOD FOR FOOTBALL SEASON With a goodly number of last year' team out as candidate and an excellent collection of material from Junior Col- leges and winning High School teams re porting Coach A. D. Hays began the early season work-outs September 6. Eight first string men of last year have reported and are all showing good form and with the new material Coach Hays has every oppor- tunity of putting out a winning team. Tabor All-T. I. A. A. backfield man from Simmon last year is back at his old position at right half. The speedy little man is showing up good and his return is glad news to every one. Urban who attracted auch wide attention by his line J dunging at T. C. U. and Howard Payne ast year reported a little late but is going good. As to the new material for the backfield Hays has an abundance of it. John Camp of John Tarleton is a good bet for the half position as is also Dillingham of Abi- lene High School. Both these men have had a wealth of exper...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 September 1921

:-. i' New Store and flew Goods COMPLETE STOCK . MY .GOODS SHOES CLOTHING LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR Everything you want at tke price you want to pay. Cash is the lever that pulls the price down at H BROWN'S 225 PINE STREET PHONE 725 STCFANSSON SOLVES SECRETS OF LIFE IN POLAR CIRCLES Vllhjalrour Siofansson the noted Arctic explorer who is to lecture here on the'even- ig of November 1 upset all the old theo- ries of the" Arctic during his five years pent in the Polar circles ending in 1918. Instead of carrying large supplies of food he learned to live off the land on native animals and fish. Instead of carrying fuel he burned seal blubber. Instead of taking a regiment of dogs and a long sledge train he and his party travelled with six dogs and one sledge .and he brought the dogs bade "fat as pigs" according to his own description. Instead of being covered with snow Mr. Stefanssen found the Artie hills full of fertile grass and capable of affording pas- turage to enormous herds of reindeer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 September 1921

faafi' (? n I i V 'Mr m Wm. ty I Ready With Apparel for College Students .?' How to servo you best that has been our thought in all our preparations for the coming College year' Our buyers schooled to an ' appreciation of intrinsic value have not only gathered all that is authentic and interesting but have selected garments of pronounced quality within a price rango that distinguishes Autumn 1921 as a season of delightful econ- omy. To create a pleasing impression when she walks through the campus grounds is the ambition of every co-ed whether sho be a saucy Fresh or a dignified Senior. And she must bo ready for everyone of the delightful college occasions which are more or less dress occasions. Selecting from our stock of garments and accessories-r-they have such a simple dignity about them she has a correct cos- tume for every college activity from the Lecture Hall to the Formal Prom Our aim is to furnish distinctive apparel to put character into every garment a touch that lends a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 September 1921

flj I Wz :; JVU : ti'Jf lt.W .:-. LYCEUM COURSE y-': TFT'-V MmtmM00 Highest Class Program emrBrojigMi to Simmons College . : : . . I ' ; ; ;'" . :;.;-:; The Senior Class has endeavored to bring to Simmons College a Lyceum Program that will be remembered for its real worth. To do this it has been necessary to lose all sight of expense. As a result the program as arranged is the costliest ever undertaken. These six numbers have been procured at a cost far exceeding the eight attractions booked last year. The Senior Class has taken this responsibility with the faith that all Simmons students; will take advantage of this opportunity to be entertained by some of Airier- . lutia gicttie&i uuisuiiiumg unarauiers. rvery numDer as nigniy enaorsea ny me .rme ivris jjeparimeni ana mis recommenaauon snouia ne sumcient ror anyone. 1. H-J&L $2100 m 5- i." 4C -V.i V-ffv Rafaelo Diaz October 13 Mr. Diaz is leading Tenor of the Metropolitan Opera. He has only-recently signed ; a contract for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 September 1921

-' ii.'tf. i i I P I I 11 RAFAELO r ' iBk f ' MP V ' r' r bbbbbbbbv: v HbbbbbbbbBI Leading Tenor of the Metropolitan RAFAELO DIAZ TENOR-PIANIST. Had not Rafaclo Diaz achieved a great success at the Metropolitan Opera House as a tenor singing roles in five languages he might have been a fine pianist or even a Professor of English to some European School of note for he made the greatest success not only; as a pianist and an Eng- lish scholar in Europe but as a teacher of both these subjects. Rafaclo Diaz who is to be heard here October 13 was first a piano pupil of Se- vern Eisenberger the gifted pedagogue and later prepared to study with Mmc Carrcno and Is a piano graduate of the famed Stern Conservatoire at Berlin. He is a skilled accompanist and always plays his own operas until he is quite prepared for his coach. He taught the piano with artistic and financial success in Germany and Italy when paying for his own vocal lessons. He reads the piano scpres of the great classic and mod...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 September 1921

wHB'lp I i i t'lMHl 1UV k" I I llll.'U IV Win-f 'I ' t h I i 'rtS A v SIMMONS STUDENTS AND SIMMONS FACULTY -;; FAMOUS TEW IS FIRST OF STRONG LYCEUM PROGRAM (continued from page one). wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mm WILL find their usual cordial welcome back to Abilene and to this store. We want you to know this entire organization is ready to serve you and help to make your new year in Simmons both pleasant and profitable. OUR PREPARATIONS TO SERVE YOU ARE along broader lines this season than ever. We have assembled larger and more varied stocks of everything to wear than we have ever shown at any previous time. Our three big salesrooms fairly sparkle with the newest and smartest styles for the new season and the prices are lower than. for many months past. It will be a pleasure to meet you and to show you the new styles. o VALUABLE CHANGES MADE AT NEEDMORE During the. summer months quite a change has been going on about tyeed- more. Several additions hate been made which s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 September 1921

ppjFT8!pr3Pis 7 i.tr-3K3XFWi'm;Z flTVT "' nmiy ??" "ml.l. fjnrt. ' '..7is ''-! ' iiiT'HL! '' "'ri i .."" '..-' ; -' sv SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1921. NuW2 .- - " 1 cp jamtafltis prEi fl. VI . MISS DOW RETURNS FROM INTERESTING TWP TO EUROPE u Miss Helen X- Dow head 6f the Latin and Greek Department and Dean of Wom- en spent a very interesting summer abroad returning to America only a few days be- fore' the opening of school. She sailed from NeW York June 30 on the French steamer "Leopoldina" and returned Aug- ust 31 on the British Steamer "Olympic" having sailed from Southampton. During her tour Miss Dow visited Italy Switzerland France and England. Her party consisted of 170 members represent- lnr mnr thnn thlrtv different colleges and universities under the direction of the Italy-American Society. Prof. Bruno Ro- selli of the Department of Italian In Vas- ear College whose home is in Florence Tt.ilv. conducted tho nartv throueh Italy. "Our first example o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 September 1921

.. I X . t' flf JWwBrartil $ PaMbbed Iv'aakly hy the Simmons frees Club In. e ktarek' of the Student Body rf Stamens College. Entorad m Seeeitd Class Mail Matter1 at the Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year....$2.00 Marobor of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building published .Each Saturday Morning. f HOWARD BARRETT Editor-in-Chief CHARLES C. BRADSHAW Business Manager THE BLANKET TAX. Somebody started it. Just how who when? where or what for we do not know hut it k certainlv out. and from all indi cations is leaving a 'very bad taste in the w mouths of many students. Hut ue that ' as it rnay i( seems necessary that the t Brand management come forth with some statement as to just what position the Brand occupies in the new arrangement of the blanket .tax. Someone has circulated the .statement that the Brand receives a total of five dollars per Student each year for its pub- lication. Others have said five dollars pec ter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 September 1921

' ' i . ' .t I . i j I- T. .5 . ' h '' m v-tj'' ife.fcV ' . S 3? ' s i . -V cS ' U i 'yy ; ' 1 f " f - ;f ---m fVs ' I a H B Jj S a a a b I a a a a E I a I'm- WBaHMMMIUUIKIliLlllllllBBBBHmMMM lUdahy Leopold Chlcuo Coming Down to the Real Issues In Clothes Style Quality and Price You'll Find Them All Well Exemplified in Our Showing of LANGHAM CLOTHES Single-breasted and double-breasted Suits with many a pleasing novel touch. Tweeds Cassemeres and Worsteds in cinnamon browns granite grays pencil stripes and licrringbonc weaves. Here in the new Fall models for young men at $32.50 35.00 37.50 40.00 T AHInt'i Fmriu .S m ri Sttpplmt run f ffl ampoea& QUALITY-J VALlBSEMCG iraMTmSPmgafflfflggffifflgfflffig JUNIOR CLASS ELECTS OFFICERSTUES NIGHT The Junior Class in their initial meet- ing ol thb season held -at Mary Frances Hall Tuesday night elected officers and discussed plans for the year. The class showed a unity of purpose and a deter- mination to do all they could to aid Stu- dent ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 September 1921

WM p--y-;.j.v fflWf : '..-c .'.' "V-' v . a K&lWi -v vi rm P -s "! 1 f ' HI 5wne Beautiful Suits Came Yesterday Yputhful models of beautiful twills and tricotinos' fur trim mcd also some soft' browns in luvctinb and valourcs. Yes they are moderate in price. Some wonderfully pretty. Suits at $35 up to $62-50 .1 mwmmmm&mm&witmmmwmmmmmzm Aj -tr . . I0.B.NEILL PAINTS OILS WALL PAPER WINDOW GLASS VARNISH AND ART MATERIAL PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING . f IHMIMNIMWiMfflOTfflmttMHl .. . . . J! wj 1 IT RINTING FOR f'i T ARTICULAR j h.-J v JT EOPLE j. ; ' - nniMES i I ' 1 PRINTING COMPANY naHMittbtnii)MKiHMiHiHiWH THE NOBBY SHOE SHOP ALL KINDS OF BOOTS AND SHOE REPAIRING Wo Are Makers and Repairers Not Cobblers ALL WORK GUARANTEED ABILENE TEXAS iHiXiqMmmmHiifflmmHi)fflmgCTna ffiTOgflgiHmgmMfflMfflntaiM A POLICY IN THE JEFFERSON STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE CO. IS A GOOD INVESTMENT T. N. CARSWELL AGENT WlWMimfflflHMlKlrattflHBW snnftirrs council . HOLDS HK5T MEETING The Students' Counci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 October 1921

itj : -isMGrrjuia 1 jS S' a Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 1 1921. NwrW 3 ' '- ' l ".. Hs7Ts A . V IS - ) r .- . f f ME SET FOR WITH T. C GAME THAT WILL LARGELY AF- FECT T.I.A.A.. CHAMPIONSHIP TO BE PLAYED TO-DAY. TEAMS ARE FAIRLY MATCHED T. C. U. Has Edge as Far as Weight Is Concerned But Cowboys Superior In Speed. When the whistle sounds at' the West Texas Fair Park today (Saturday) at three o'clock-the Cowboys will begirt What is probably the hardest game of- the early season. T. C. U.. with a heavy line of beef and brawn will play on the- opposi"- tion the outcome of which will in a great measure probably bo a determining fac- tor in the T. I. A. A. championship. Coach Hayes .has been putting the Cow- boys through hard practice since" .their opening game with New Mexico last Sat- urday and has made many improvements in a line-up that proved of excellent qual- ity at that time. Several new plays have been Derfected. and Ycaccr. sensational little quarterba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 October 1921

r$er? ;: J-? 'V ; r i;$pwf 3 j. twv fr ?&- -v .: twjwt ASSlv ' ' ' a KSSqpi tf. T. " . (ft.. -mm0mmmm.- I Weakh by tha 3tam Press the Interest ( the Stadeat of 9)mhi Calteae. as Saoead Class Muh Matler at OM rM Ol0 AMteney' 1. fcwar Mt-Weitd comer of tk front page and every ene interested tn coming events an especially requested to pay attention te its eenfente. THE TOGGERY Kollege Comments Prk per year $2.00 MHltrf the Tea Jnter-CellegkUe Press -Aeeeeiatiefl. 0flat Bret' Fleer- Science Building.' fcbHsbed Eaeh Saturday Morning. HOWARD BARRETT Editor-in-Chief CHARLES C. BRADSHAW Bwkioao Manager STAFF lUYMONB WlLUAMS.Circulation Mgr. HfMMR H. Hutto -Managing Editor Guars ReLI.i-... Features Xepetter ikk Issue: eodie Bark Homer Hutto Gladys Red- oalL Aubrey Stevenson Dorothy Compere run Utue bob asuui yeno league iuu- i Davie Hart Johnson iruett tiuu. DYING PEP (Saturday just as the whistle sound d for. the opening of the contest with N. M. M. L there was the best demon- strathm o...

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