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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 October 1921

mm T mk iX' ;r 1 v' itT va. fc" fe- i R'Va ' roprrIcht 1K0 A. Ik KlrachtMUim Oomptw COWBOYS SWAMP N. MEXICO CADETS IN OPENING GAME (Continued from page 6ae). L.V V YOUNg MEN'S FALL SUITS ARE HERE In Kirschbaum Clothes wo1 offer you tho greatest value obtainable. . The prices are exceptionally mod- erate yet they must wear to your entire satisfaction. That is guaranteed. i An inspection will convince Come in and see the Clothes $30 TO $45 you. MrJ wm run f jfi M VALUe-SEfiVCE QUAUTY- ? mimmiMmmmwmBSBBmEm through tho line and Yeager made first down when he tore through guard for five yard. A pan from Yeager to Tabor failed and the ball finally went over on the four-yard Jlne. New Mexico kicked from behind the goal line. The ball was blocked by Durk and went nearly thirty feet high falling behind the goal line. Durk covered for the fifth touchdown. Durk kiked-off to the forty yard line and after a tcv feeble cfforti on the part of the cadet the game ended with the score 35-0. Yeager th...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 October 1921

V" H r "i " ' -" ' ' " ' ' - ' " - ' -r " - tr '" ' r x ; t- & i.t 3 pwsr.. 'V ! 8frv . rs t f U' ' i U.V.-; i?: A' r n Hi H Vy am Beautiful Suits Came Yesterday Youthful models of beautiful twills and tricotincs fur trim- med also some soft browns in luvclinc and valourcs. Yes they arc moderate in price. Some wonderfully pretty Suits at $35 up to $6250 WJWI fflMMfflEfflgggggsfflMiiM H ttwiwaHtiBmnHnannm 10. B. NEILL PAINTS OILS WALL PAPER WINDbW GLASS; VARNISH AND ART MATERIAL PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING laiiaD)mmmiHmifliumi)miMimiaiaiKiHi)t!KiTO vfn 1 a!aw." .LMT'SV am-f t- HS 1 Pr . " y Ml New Sff .1 . ?f P inii)iikmim(ttH)iHHiiiimKii!i5nHimiai(iifflmumimi)ut(iHgniasgSig ARTICULAR HINTING FOR P ARTICULAR EOPLE nniMES JL PRINTING COMPANY Jll W M I II I III 1 1 1 1 flMaBIIglHMMMMMlW jiitiMiuiiflffliMHMiMWWW THE NOBBY SHOE SHOP ALL KINDS OF BOOTS AND SHOE REPAIRING We Are Makers and Repairers Not Cobblers AALL WORK GUARANTEED ABILENE TEXAS" H awWffmffHTOmwWflfflagrc" ranmiMinfB...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 October 1921

' t K 'J(" " ' $' t-S. r' ' ' V- -i i Vol VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 8 1921. Number -4 SET Cowboys Probably Clinch T.LA.A. When T.C.U.Horned Frogs Go Down in Smashing 10- 7 Loss at West Texas Fair Saturday Krwr clip tmm0H5 rai '- i i If v K .i '' V " AUSTIN COLLEGE 01Y TEAM LIKELY TO PROVE DANGEROUS TO COWBOYS CHANGES IN RACE The Cowboys arc one step nearer their goal. Willi the defeat that T. C. U. suf- fered last Saturday tho Horned Frogs are probably out of the running. Austin Col- lege a team of no mean rating is all that now stands between the Cowboys and tho coveted T. I. A. A. championship. Austin College has a powerful team. Last Saturday' she had Daylor beat 13-10 until the last five minutes of play when Bradshaw star half-back of tho Dears raced fifty yards for the winning touch- down for the Dears. Tho Cowboys go to Sherman on November 19th to meet tho Austin Col- lege Kangaroos. This is the first time that Simmons lias ever met with the pow- erful ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 October 1921

" i .... ' - L . .;.w v. ;- ammmmmmmlK MBmmmmmmmmmmmmmM ' mama ''"'- " ''' :S-g ' - m 8)p 5HttatmBr?md tfebHaked Weakly by the SImhmm Press CM la the laftareat ef the Student Body of Mimbom College M Seaaaif Claw Mail Matter at i)m Part Otftoe at AWlew Texas. Snbacriptioti Price par year......$2.00 Mambar el tba Tesae Inter-Collegiate Press Association. OfflM: First Pleer Selence Building. ' FaMlshed Eaeh Saturday Morning. HOWARD BARRETT Editor-in-Chief CHARLES C. BRADSHAW Business Manager STAFF RAYMOND WaUAMS..Circul'atlon Mgr. IIotHR IL Hutto Managing Editor OtABYS Redssx . Features THE JOURNALISM CLASS. r The greater fart of this edition of the Brand has beea composed by the journal- ism clas which has begun its work un- der the instruction of Prof. Campbell of 'the- English department. The manage- ment is really proud of this number be- cause of this fact and because of the progress that has been prevalent during the few days that classes have been held. The editor is trying to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 October 1921

'' " a K iU L.1.V tt 1; y ' ff-'-r IBs BBFK1 M mmmmmmm i rirtiiuuuium mjSSBMSmm "fSSwQS C second Meeting of ' b. s. u. september 28 HOW THE FALL STETSONS ARE APPEALING TO MEN OF THIS CITY 'Prices 30$ loiuer Than Last Fall ?. From tho first day Uiat the new Fall STETSONS went on display in' our windows men have flocked to ' our store. I i A fine testimony of absolute faith which well-dressed men place in this hat of thoroughbred parentage. Ma- terial and workmanship kept su- preme for over half a .century. A hot.whosc clean: lines and trim block mean stylo lending to its wearer the appearance of being .smartly set up 4ll season. QUAUTY-MVAWe-SEnWCG gbtwauwaimMHiifflfliggKiiuaaiiaagsgttiasa BmmiiHromiDiiKiMUflHmmmixiJffiURKiMHCffifflS Your Work Solicited and Will Be Appreciated ; CROWN TAILORING CO. ' 1022 NorUi Fjrst "Street ABILENE - - - TEXAS C. B. Smith Prop. Phone 547 tSEESa Tiio aecond meeting of the U. S. U. since tho Opening of school was held Wednesday evening September 28. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 October 1921

V-fr a: 1 V . k BMMMMMiatMJMMlllllMll Answering Your Quest- . zois About New Fall Shoe Styles IT will be another LOW SHOE season. MANY charming innovations in pumps and strap effects. LASTS nro' little shorter than last season. Toes a little wider. Full Lois Spanish Lois Baby Lois Military and New Low Heels. AND of course ALL the authoritative fashions make their first appearance here. YAGER SHOE COMPANY aawtkuaaMSBffiasggg HORNED FROGS UN- ABLE TO CURB (Continued from page one). EEBSBBEIgniSOTmB JNO. B. NEILL PAINTS OILS WALL PAPER WINDOW GLASS VARNISH AND ART MATERIAL PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING HBaHBBiaBfflfllfflBSEBim 6' WMBtnroiBtMfltnOTMlM P ARTICULAR RINTING FOR p ARTICULAR EOPLE T IMES PRINTING COMPANY saaBiaBsasiaBJs&MMWOTcrasscH pirpwimMMfolWHMI THE NOBBY SHOE SHOP ALL KINDS OF t BOOTS AND SHOE REPAIRING We Are Makers and Repairers Not Cobblers ALL WORK GUARANTEED ABILENE TEXAS 385Hflfflfflffirjg!g3fl mflMMHBnBBnsaraB a I ti i i I s I i 3 EifflRTOSfmragmmngstotcmiaCBf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 October 1921

v&. 8hi $$ tomans finni Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 1921 Number 5 -4 Kfv' . Bronco Will Open Drive With Popularity Queen Contests SIX CANDIDATES HAVE BEEN NOMINATED BY APPOINT- ED COMMITTEE. DRIVE TO OPEN NEXT WEEK Six Hundred Votes For Each Bronco Will Bo Given as Special Inducement. What is believed to bo the mpst unique and most representative contest ever held in connection with the Bronco in Sim- mons College is being planned by the Bronco management at this' time. Each year tliero is held in connection with the sale Bronco's; 'u contest for the election of the most popular1 girl to be Queen of the. College Circus' or the College Queen. This year the Bronco management' n appreciation of what they believe that the student body is going to do in. mak- ing the annual a success' is going to give an extra page for what is known as the Bronco Queen. Because of the fact that the Dronco management is giving this page as their special appreciation of. t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 October 1921

u FNbBstied Weekly by the Simmons Press Club hi the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as Second Class Mall Matter at the Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year. $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOWARD BARRETT Editor-in-Chief CHARLES C. BRADSHAW Business Manager STAFF Raymond Williams. Homer H. Hutto. Gladys Reddeix .'.... ..Circulation Mgr. .Managing .Editor i. Features the following interesting program was ren- dered: Oration .... .......Phinis Macbeth Current Events...... ....Howard Boylcs Vocal Duet ....Messrs Foreman Round table discussion of student gov- ernment in Simmons College led by W. C. Harrison. Professor Ristcr at tho conclusion of the program gave a most Interesting talk on his visit to Chinatown in San Francisco. 1 O ' "BETWEEN YOU AND ME" GOOD HOUSEKEEPING 1$19 wwuniiuniflingflHgqra mmMimmmimmmmmwmavwiiiiimm MINGUS PRICE COMPA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 October 1921

r!Fwii!555w Wfwi mwiwminpffpi m9mvmmH0fmmmm Bl e& V SIMMONS SENIORS ENJOY SHOW AND LUNCHEON 0pW!X!5Wmi3IMffiff3tea ? flfi WONDERFUL CLOTHES- REMARKABLE VALUES That just about expresses what wc arc offering in New Fall Clothes for young men and men who dress young. It means something unusual in All- Wool Fabrics in beauty of styling in perfect tailoring and the newest and m6st attractive Fall patterns. STEIN-BLOCH KIRSCHBAUM AND LANGHAM CLOTHES. These clothes have stood the test of service under all conditions for many years and have never failed to make good. Clothes that look right and they have the in-built quali- ties that keep them right. The prices are remarkably low 27.50 to $45. fi Ahihm'i Ftvrlu V V rl Sktftlnt Piatt f ffl lamnoeuA QUAUTY-M value -smvce taiOMiraiiifflmiwnmmmfflroniminmfnrafflffloxixix As the opening of their social activities this year the seniors of Simmons college J some thirty odd in number formed a the- ater party and attended the Queen theater Tuesd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 October 1921

:flMM- H b i B h ti r I fr Boys? They're All Here r 1 ft Ill Ill 'J BALL STRAP EFFECTS BROGUES AND SEMI-BROGUES. THE NEW SQUARE TOE LAST SCOTCH AND NORWEG- IAN GRAINS CORDOVAN AND BEADED CALFS KANGA- ROOS AND KIDSKINS. YOU'LL FIND THE-NEW ONES HERE FIRST $7.50 8.S9 $.5 UP TO 12.50 . YAGER SHOE COMPANY wmsmmtmiKmmKsmmmmwimM JNO. B. NEILL Faints oils-wall paper window glass varnish . and art material PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING M mil ii in ii ill i ii ii ill i ii ii ii mi 1 1 wiHMHwiiKBiimffiMtB&(awmiauMKiffla "BETWIW YOUAND Mr GOOD HOUSEKEEPING-1919 Olivia Hobgood. PERSONALITY THE CREATEST FAC TOR IN EDUCATION. Personality is the greatest factor in education. The whole business of cduca tion it tho development of men and women. Don't confute the machinery of education with education Itself. All the conformity to a certain curriculum and all building of school houses of a certain type exists only that in the end you can bring together most effectively two personalities yours and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 October 1921

Wtv Simmons Brand Sj0 lit Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 22 1921. Number 6 K t It m B a Rafaelo Diaz Fails on High Note Aria in Concert Here Failing io make a high note in the Span lsh Oria "Celeste Aida" given in concert here Thursday Oct 13 Rafaelo Diaz lead- ing tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Com- pany New York was forced 'to change the greater part of his program in the opening number of the Simmons Lyceum Course. Mr. Diaz's difficulty was caused by a severe cold contracted during the night while travelling from Laredo to Abi- lene. Mr Diaz was the first number of the Lyceum course. His "disarranged program was certainly unappreciated by the au- dience yet even that could not detract from the certain fact that his tenor voice even in its husky condition was of tho mellowest and tenderest type and when in good condition there remains much doubt if it could be excelled. The three opening numbers of the pro- gram were presented nicely. "Ask If Yon Damask Ro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 October 1921

ftatttskad YdUy by kite Shnmem Press ' Oat. In b latere of the Student WMTEUEADbASSi rimil m Seeead Class Mail Matter at its Pest Of fee at Abilene Texas. Subscription Prke per year......$2.00 Mssafcer of the Texaslnter-Collegiate PreM ' Association. Qftee: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOWARD BARRETT Editor-in-Chief CHARLES C. BRADSHAW Business Manager Sunday night at 9 o'clock Justice of the Peace Ford performed the ceremony which made Mr. Ernest! Whitehead and Miss Avis Bass man and wife. Mary-Frances Hall was aflutter for the groom was their waiter and the cirls re quested that Mr. Whitehead and Miss Bass marry in their presence but Miss Bass Would not consent and they were quietly married at the home of Justice of Peace Ford. ' Ernest as he is known to the College girls has chosen for his wife one that will be a true helpmate Miss Bass who is at the present Sirs. Truett Compere's maid. KOLLEGE KOMMENTS. MBWWtWWtfffWBtWIWMHWKiSMHHHaBH ' STAFF Ray...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 October 1921

; Wi M i m mmmmmmaHM iinnmrmumumiimi nimiimi in inmnuMMifi mouses ftrtfoJfaS Tailleur (f$Sk ft? The smart taillcur in dress-up mood finds its perfect comple- ment in tlicso becoming Blouses. There's wido latitudo in the choice of material from Georgctto to chiffon velvet and exceed- ing diversity in the matter of design and embellishment. Over- blouse and tic-back models vivid colors rich embroideries and dyed laces contribute to this interesting presentation. Finished prcciscncss of detail characterizes these chic Tailored Shirts. They picture the final word in smart street wear vilh the tailored Suits PRICED $3.85 TO $18.50 I1 . qUAUTY-MyALUB-SmVC ffunaaffafflaggHBffiEBia ALUMNI AND EX-STUDES GET FRIVOLOUS PULL BIG PARTY TUES. NIGHT llio Alumni and Ex-Students party at the Y. W. C. A Tuesday evening was unusually successfully according to In- formation that lias leaked out. Seventy-five br more Simmons Alumni and ex-students accompanied by several members of the faculty and other ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 October 1921

rt r f-J B I . Boys? They're All Here BALL STRAP EFFECTS BROGUES" AND SEMI-BROGUES. THE NEW SQUARE TOE LAST SCOTCH AND NORWEG- IAN GRAINS CORDOVAN AND BEADED CALFS KANGA- ROOS AND KIDSKINS YOV'LL FIND THE NEW ONES HEBE FIRST $7.50. 8.S0 9.50 UP TO 12.50 YAGER SHOE COMPANY COWBOYS GO DOWN FOR FIRST DEFEAT IN GAME WITH PHILLIPS (continued from page one). MM II H 1 imrofitfflfflMMMKmBUflirog HUB II m iii mi flHBmaimwwflHiHnroffltiKMiHBpMMMiH JNO. B. NEILL PAINTS OILS WALL PAPER WINDOW GLASS VARNISH AND ART MATERIAL PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING flTOilMlMttrtMIUIMbUllA P HMMBflHMIMHMIHIMIKl ARTICULAR RINTING FOR P ARTICULAR EOPLE rrilMES JL PRINTING COMPANY MiMinfflWMMWHiiiMiHMaimwfflmiMiMin B THE WILSON 222 PINE STREET EVERYTHING TO EAT OR DRINK JACOB'S CANDIES C. L. JOHNSON PROPRIETOR rerprniCTgignnffigmgimnnmn vtas then pushed over in a line buck for the only touchdown of he game Wlirlh- crly kicked goal. Score: Phillips U. 9( Simmons 0 The scoring of the touchdown and kick- ing goal ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 October 1921

ffln$ imraara Brand Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 192L Number 7 s X 9 12 IW ' r " " I 'i' Interest in Bronco Queen Race Grows as Sales Open EIGHT GIRLS ARE NOW LISTED AS CANDIDATES TWO SENIORS HAVE BEEN NOM- INATED FOLLOWING OPENING. RACES APPEAR TO BE CLOSE Mr. Cox Intimates That Many New Features Wilt Be Added For Attractions. With interest in the Bronco contest runnlilg at high tide the tale of Droncos this year promises to be the greatest in the history of the institution. Though no definite information concerning the standing of the contestants would bo given out by tiie Bronco management at this time it was intimated that all were run- ning a close race so far. .Owing to an unavoidable delay at the hands qf the printer the subscription blanks and other' papers were delayed so as to make it impossible to start the drive last week as was planned but it was'bei gun with full vigor pep and enthusiasm last Tuesday when a short time of the chapel period w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 October 1921

tf r fa-m '4 tUp JHmMaBntnd t$ Wetklt by the Simmm Press to the Interest of the Student Body of Shnmene .College. a Second dees Mall Matter at the Poet Offiee at Abilene Texas. SubMriptHM Prwe per year $2.00 their long deadly sleep; they1 are going te be deeply diesatUfied. And the1 fact te the laaieet are the moat dlaaatUHed of all and constitute the claw of people known ai the grouch. The grouch i a discredit to anything and it appears' as though Simmon and other schools are going to have many discredits listed upon their books before the year is out. j ' . u . niiaaanannSBnnMnSmaaanlnT mmmmmmammmHwmmmmmmmmammmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmi KOLLEGE KOMMENTS. THE TOGGERY of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Offke: First Floor Seience Building. Published Eaeh Saturday Morning. HOWARD BARRETT Editor-in-Chief CHARLES C. BRADSHAW Business Manager STAFF Mombr H. HtrrroManaging Editor Raymond Williams Circulation Mgr. Claby Rbweix .J!.ii Features PAltt. PATTERSON ..Jokes WOOM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 October 1921

' . gWMWHBHBHWWBWMIIMMIIIWMMWBBWBaillllllllllWMHBllllllHHaMWHBHa A LETTER FROM mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm THE FORMER EDITOR TiT fV-' 4- 'ft 'Ml i It H .'r IN""'" : 1.1 if 3 t isrv'i. Jw?- ' ' I .' ' '$ '.' ' ' m.i'.r ' t .. . a 1. 4. '.' ' . '.-. . ; : "-' . ' 9 BROWN CALF WALKING OXFORD A distinctive model that is both smart 'and prac- tical for everyday wear. A nut-brown calf walk hig Oxford With- low military heel rubber tipped welt soles. Neat perforations add the finishing touch. All sizes 2y2 to 7 A splendid yaluo at $6. ' AWnt't Fcvcrlu V anwo eu& qUAUTY- JiMMtlKlKMMlifflmfflUMifflffl WttMMMWUMMUM THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK OF ABILENE THIS IS YOUR BANK. WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS AND WE ARE ENDEAVORING TO MAKE OUR SERVICE MEAN MUCH MORE THAN MERELY GIVING ORDINARY ATTENTION TO YOUR AFFAIRS. FARMERS & MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK HKciummaDiiMffimmrot;M)mfflmffimrotPfflri fflflMrauHPtorcrofflffioxgffl THE PfflLPOTT FLORISTS South 3rd and Sayles Boulevard Phone 1091 Cut ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 October 1921

I' 1 i. wnmnTTi BED) oys? They're All Here BALL STRAP EFFECTS BROGUES AND SEMI-BROGUES. THE NEW SQUARE TOE LAST SCOTCH AND NORWEG- IAN GRAINS CORDOVAN AND BEADED CALFS KANGA- ROOS AND KIDSKINS YOU'LL FIND THE NEW ONES HERE FIRST $7.50 8.50 9.50 VP TO 12.50 YAGER SHOE COMPANY pHMMWgffillHnWMBMMUffiBrcnH jBjiMiHiHiiimtMiHftMiMM EATS! EATS! EATS! AFTER NOVEMBER 1ST BALE HANEY SIGNOR Who will occupy present location Perry Grocer Co. will carry Luncheon Goods and be prepared to supply your picnic require- ments or cvery-day needs with meats ready to serve salads etc. Always a large variety of Fruit i CALL ON US! iTii H ii 1 1 ii iii i in i n i n ii i iii i iii nrmmitfiti"rcBMMBfl HHHIffBlfrttmMiMiMiiraiKiiHWraM'" 10. B. NE1LL PAINTS OILS WALL PAPER WINDOW GLASS VARNISH AND ART MATERIAL PICTURES. AND PICTURE FRAMING tfWMMMIHMrunffltftMfflmmWnffllMMBHWW - ' i uMMUiiiiiuiimMBmMMWIWl IMTUMIUMnlnlMlKMUUrfflUHISl MMIMMllKUiUUIUHIfliainMllWlinminininifllfVninminirw.. .. H THE WILSON 222PINE STR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 November 1921

"' r B-"- t-p; in 'iiwpt'y ". tMfsJPTp" -"H5 vr?" rr mvfMfl0nm t'f 'WgJI'M fl J (Simmons Brand C f. Vol. VI SIMMONS COEEEGE ABIEENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5 1J21. Number 8 v-wt'WrT"" Hr "U"T C 3 Second Number Broad Insight Into North Life NOTED EXPLORER GIVES INTERESTING LECTURE l I'SETS THEORIES HEED in MAM (ONCI.HMV. NORTHERN 1.11 E. SEES MANY VARIETIES OF LIFE I numinl Number (if Animal- nl Plant- Including loin-. Grow In Arctic Circle. lll.lt gl.l .Hill floMCI glow 111 lllf V . li. ri-i'iiiti. .mil til. II 1 111 111 111 III I llli- I III - i forte ii Utile In UmhI llirin .1 living in I""-' tone inline In iciui mem .1 mini; 111 un 1 r.-Bi..n was I..I.I .in.l illnii..l n -l-inip ..... . . 1 Ill III putlllf- ll) llllj.llllllll tl'I.Ul 'HI an li exploit r anil lyituin let inn 1. in un utiilitiiriuiii 1 ne-il.n t veiling Mr Strfaiin-nn -.ml the eleven veil- he li.nl pent in tin' north in uiiintiv hid served a- a iiiiim 1-itN In 'Utile un nun ll thai I111I horn I niisht linn .mi. rui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 November 1921

rv" torn af A Couegaj. was Mall Matter tt AbUeoA T at Price per yegr .12.00 of tin Tm laMr-CoihgiaM Press Floor Mence BuOdmg. Each Saturday Morning. HOWARD BARRETT Eajtotin-Ckkl CHARLES C BRADSHAW STAFF H. HotraJaMfa Whor a CkMiaUmMar. L'- fiii l aWtMMWaUUl o v ft wLMMt lUMMKL .-.. wwW Ll $ SXlVtaWM ! KB? ' g Taimiu.. mLjirtA Boy irvflL W Hifwnf BfirgUww ArtWInM g-;: jtTvMU Counuot ..FanMM Kyfto : BC ( i JmnWmnTeftmM Pud Patterson. W A. Lynn McAllieten. S. V. Hlekey THU Utile uiurene jhkk YihmJI Cental ReddeU Mildred Davis Verie AMB. ha bean daring the pest two . mm --- - imilw iiiilaanr asaonc f'ttfrnml of the different exchanges coming : 'a' attention of the Brand management ifc M artieles oa too front page dealing h grave injustioe done in football con- The greater part ot (km "" alible tor me team minw tbey cmectea to ymut on toiy. mm all Meant to be uttorf and aaeaUed-for. Tho Brand far emsareness and faJmoaa on all activities. Tko printing of too much of the which to me. to ba...

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