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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 November 1921

'?"T. '1 ls& mA.- FOLI i i' .! m .-' M "I fa Wii v :. 7 v if $.1 :ffe' r v. V it ; ft'.- 85$ I I Ml I Modart Corsets Front Laced ani our expert f ittirig. service reveal the secret of! Style Satisfaction and comfort for every woman Not only do we. carry the Modart in complete line for every typo of figure but We have developed an effective organization of courteous expert corscticros who have been specially trained in the correct method of fitting. Ve urge our patrons to have their next corset fitted for trial fitting takes all the uncertainty out of corset buying. Prices $2.50 $3.60 $5.00 and $0.50 Women's Sweaters Tho new Sweaters in cold weather weights for women and misses have somehow managed to acquire wonderful new Autumn Charms Worn with the now Plaid Skirts they present a' fascinating ensemble w$6.60 to $12.50 quAUTY-M VAwe-senvce m mhimhimimi mm in mi hi in ii bit ii ii 1 1 in i hi wmftmrnm HHHHHBBHHHHH THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK OF ABILENE v'.vftH" I -A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 November 1921

Sri Ef8 P V ' . .1 S ! mm Boys? They're All Here BALL STRAP EFFECTS BROGUES AND SEMI-BROGUES. THE NEW SQUARE TOE LASJ SCOTCH AND'NORWEG- IAN GRAS CORDOVAN AND BEADED CALFS KANGA- ROOS AND KIDSKINS TOVU FIND THE NEW ONES HERE FIRST tTS; 8.S9 9.S9 UP TO 12.5$ YAGER SHOE COMPANY ESMffiT 'V'fV YA( ' BET EATS! EATS! EATS! AFTER NOVEMBER 1ST HALEY-HANEY- SIGNOR Who will occupy present location Perry Grocer Co. will carry Luncheon Goods and be prepared to supply your picnic require- ments or every-day needs with meats ready to serve salads etc. Always a large variety of Fruit CALL ON US1 mmammammw B9S9 JNO. B. NELL PAINTS OILS WALL PAPER WINDOW GLASS VARNISH f c AND ART MATERIAL PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING THE WILSON 222 PINE STREET EVERYTHING TO EAT OR DRINK JACOB'S CANDIES C. L JOHNSON PROPRIETOR JPMBMHBHMBMMMBBMMMMBBMMMBaBMBMBBMaBMBaMMMWMMBnilllllllnnilBto mmmmmmmmmmtssssssamssss . sg wmmMmmwmwMmmMmwmwwmwmmmamammmammwBmBmwBiii m m MOBLEY HOTEL SIXTY SINGLE ROOMS ITCW AND MODERN ABILENE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 November 1921

fcV mv Simmons Brant oNi Jj . Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER IS 1921. Number 9 m 12 ' I . i P r- " Rr: f v Arrangements Completed for Telephone Reports of Big Baylor -Simmons Fight Fri. Formal announcement has been made by Bursar T. N. Carswcll of the completion of arrangements with the Southwestern TelepRone Company whereby tho contest with Daylor today will bo reported to the Simmons campus as each play is in prog- ress. A line is being run to Carroll field at Daylor where the contest will take place to the telephone office there and connection will bo maintained with the station here. The reports will bo given in the Auditor ium of Abilene hall from the moment tho whistle sounds. An admission fee of ten cents will be charged for entrance which is necessary in iew of the cost that tho college has gone to toward arranging the accomodation. The game at Daylor will be called at 3 o'clock and this is also the time that the first report will bo re- ceived here....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 November 1921

V- u fWlitiil WWdr fay th 3fcaeaa Press '" Qaa at taa Iwtwast of the Student : Batfy af Simmons Collage. at Semd Class Mall Matter at Fast 0k at Abilefl Texas. SafeacripUon Prloe per year......$2.00 Manilur of tke Texa Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Of taa! First Fleer Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. eeinetdenlly -with that of The Lasso. Two paper seemed to hare been thinking of the same thing at once which Is indeed a great Improvement over none at all think- ing of the matter. But back to the point. K. K. firmly believes he is right when he says that the sportsmanship of college publications has probably reached the lowest plane that has 'been Its misfortune during the past several years. There la something which 1'e.nn like Inherent iealousv existing and K. K. also believes that it should be wiped out. All of this rubbish that leads to UIMMWMJWIIWHHWK ! HOWARD BARRETT Editor-in-Chief 11 CHARLES C. BRADSHAW. Business . Manager Buch should be riven the high-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 November 1921

3&R9$SSSJBSHHHHHHHHHHHHHR RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES. $ SSL" mmmmmsammmmsimmimtmmmmsem i x h v j- . i A :' If- i u i ' r w mkry . I IS '-.''I in il 4..9J A LATE FALL STYLE AT A NEW LOW PRINCE A. womun's Brown Kid Oxford with low walking heel that has a rubber tip and effective perforations to add the fin- ishing touch. An Oxford model that is characterized by that quality beauty and good tasto that you want your foot- wear to possess. And the price is a revelation in value-giving no shoe of this quality having been offered in years at this low price. A new shipment of these late Pall styles has just been open- ed and all sizes arc included now P . $4.95 OUAUTY-MVALU-SEnvC mmmmmmm$msmsi'im tfflarommfflafflCTammiraiifflffiMKPfflpro 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 Pastor J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 November 1921

I V '- iflnumnDtmnii mi w m m m nmmsm Boys? They're All Here BALL STRAP EFFECTS BROGUES AND SEMI-DROGUES. THE NEW SQUARE TOE LAST SCOTCH AND NORWEG- IAN GRAINS CORDOVAN AND BEADED CALFS KANGA- ROOS AND KIDSKINS YOU'LL FIND WE NEW ONES HERE FIRST $7.50. 8.50 9.50 UP TO 12.50 YAGER SHOE COMPANY BfflflMMOttMMlglM BflMgrnmnimroafflfflfflfflintBtiXBTOfflig EATS! EATS! . EATS! AFTER NOVEMBER 1ST HALEY- HANEY- SIGNOR Who will occupy present location Perry Grocer Co. will carry Luncheon Goods and be prepared to supply your picnic require- merits or every-day 'needs with meats ready to serve salads etc. Always a large variety of Fruit CALL ON US ! iWWWWWHMBWWBflWrcfflWMWttTOTO' MBtttMBraBtraitmiMttimftittmaiMttmrtMDMDflH 10. B. NEILL PAINTS OILS WALL PAPER WINDOW GLASS VARNISH AND ART MATERIAL 1 ' PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING i tt 8 ' I ABILENE. THE WILSON 222 PINE STREET EVERYTHING TO EAT OR DRINK JACOB'S CANDIES C. L. JOHNSON PROPRIETOR MBBimamffiffifflffiMfflimoMCT MOBLEY HOTEL SIXTY SING...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 November 1921

m?$ tmm0n5 Brand Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19 1921 Number 10 a COWBOYS FAIL TO CURB BEARS ADVANCE AND GO DOWN 21-0 IN HARD-FOUGHT GAME FRIDAY Inability to break up two of Baylor's thirty yard passes and tho blocking of two of Yeager's place-kicks coupled with two costlr fumbles made impossible the chance of a score and sent' tho Cowboys down to a 21-0 defeat before the fierce onslaughts of Coach Dridgcs Baylor Bear team in a hard battle on Carrol Field at Waco last Friday. In two different periods the Cowboys got within Baylor's ten-yard line onjy to be forced to givo up the' ball without a score. The Bears opened with a strong offense following recovery of the ball from Yea- ger's punt to the forty five yard line after the kick-off. The Cowboy line proved its strength however and .Strickland was forced to punt sending ball to Simmon's thirty five yard line. Tito Cowboys failed on tliree attempts and Ycager sent a long punt of nearly sixty yards down th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 November 1921

- ' m mm ft- CUtrJNiMWits&mitd & id Wr hy the Simmons Press la tho IMarart trf the Student Body of Stanton Celloge. 4utaiJ riui Uill Mmisr at tin Feet Of tae at Abilene Tom. SoswcripttoH Price per year......$2.00 of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press AsseeMtien. Offfeet First Floor1 Science Building. PnbKehed Eaoh Saturday Morning. HOWARD BARRETT Editor-in-Chief ' CHARLES C. BRADSHAW Business Manager STAFF Homer H. Htrrro..Managing Editor Raymond Williams Grculation Mgr. Gladt Rhjmll ...Features Pajb. Patterson ..Jokes Woowc Burke -Sports S. W. Ht:iCEYReligious Activities Ybwell Cornelius -Personals attend te atkletlos along with the various ami sundry actititles of the college. Their time has' been valuable and it could not be expeeted of them that they devote too much of their time to any one activity as athletics. They could only divide it as they savr tit. The Brand wishes it clearly understood that it is not criticizing any action that has been taken so far by the acting ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 November 1921

w if'' iMwiiauujiiJUBLuuiuutJiiKMttwaMMiiuiJtuiiuiuii irn ?.: H .-! H . ' .. '-"Si's :fr : $ . j ':& a.-1' 'V I V "Si i w v A V. vrfX. fe AXJr $05 Essok MEN! HERE'S THE VALUE SENSATION OF THE SEASON A Man's New Brown Cal( Shoe stylish English last as pie- turcd rubber heels genuine Goodyear welt soles. These shoes aro just in from the Friedman-Shelby Company and have that snappy style and sterling quality for which these makers are famous. This is a sensible buy for men and young men who like sub- stantial shoes of a sound quality at a low price shoos that carry the dressy effect usually found only in higher priced lines. This is the best valuo you will find this season. Priced at only....$4.95. AUtnt't FtvcHtt S quAUTY-M VALue-senwce cu)iwiimffim!cscu)fflU)fflU)a)(i)U)a!ma!(;KD(i)n)raaKn(i)(i)((i)n)(iim(i)(iKi)(i)m(nmro(;)Qran)n)ffl)ffl(i)aw taMaxBMWMmmmamiMfflM THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK OF ABILENE THIS IS YOUR BANK. WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS AND WE ARE ENDEAV...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 November 1921

MIUUmUUllllWHHHHMHIIUILnillUUIllllllllllllHlllUJIli ' Moccasin Sandals FASHION sometimes seeks inspiration in far-away fields. HERE'S a combination of the picturesque INDIAN MOC- CASIN with the PARISIAN 'S AND ALETTE". aW of course first shown here. Patent leather brass buckles welt soles low flat heels $8.50- YAGER SHOE COMPANY i n ii lit m iu n m nraHiraHmKmrcffiamTOM Cowboys Fail to Curb Beard (Continued from pflgo one). SIMMONS STUDENTS IN ARMISTICE PARADE EATS! mmminEnHiMKTO EATS! ' EATS! AFTER NOVEMBER 1ST . HALEY -EANEY- SIGNOR Who will .occupy present location Perry Grocer Co. will carry Luncheon Goods and be prepared to supply your picnip require- ments or evcry-day needs with meats ready to serve salads etc Always a large variety of Fruit CALL ON US! THMWIKIBMIKIHB HBtpnMHH)MnflCTnHiraffi JNO. B. NEILL 'PAINTS OILS WALL PAPER WINDOW GLASS VARNISH AND ART MATERIAL "PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING npmnCTfflmiw!iH)nrara IWtH8lmwHnT''''g"pnRgnamff THE WILSON 222 PINE STREET EVERY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 November 1921

H e h? Simmons Brauli V t Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2(5 1921. Number 11 COWBOYS LOSE FOURTH II. A. A. GAME TO AUSTIN IN HE AW MM Sloshing about in a very lake of water that passed over their shoe-tops coupled with a steady downpour of rain the Cow- hoys went down in a 7-0 defeat hefore the attacks of the fierce Austin College Kangaroors in their fourth T. I". A. A. game at Sherman last Friday. Both teams were unable to show any real foot- hall but even with this the game was an exceedingly interesting affair from be- ginning to end due to the vast import- ance anncved with the clash. A cold north wind beating across the field blew the heavy rain into the faces of botlic teams and ipiickly number the hands of the backs of both srjuaiU so that extensive handling of the ball was practically impossible. Iloth squads re- sorted to a punting game mixed with "a few line plunges and end runs that only at times netted worth while gains. Aus- tin proved the super...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 November 1921

IM - Lv 4 tttt JKiwiiimis npibfcg WaMtii it WmUt fey iie Skaaw&V Press ;iOM. IH th Interest of tbaSHiMt Body e SfanOM CeKssjaC Irtstsd a Seeend CW'l& Matter at ike Poet Office at AWw;"Twm Sibtoriplion Price per yer......$2.00 JsWmbor et tlte Texas Inter-Collegkte Pre Assoektion. Offtee: HtM Floor Scienee Building. FnWIfett Eaeh Saturday Morning. HOWARD BARRETT B(kor-Hi-Ch!sf CHARLBS C BRADSHAW Business Manager STAFF Homer II. IlBTTO..Managing Editor Raymond Williams Circulation Mgr. Glaby Rbbeu. .. .Features pAHti PATTEDSon .Jokes Woome Burke' .... .-Sports S. W. HiCKEYReligioiw Activities Yewbix.Cohnh.ius . Personals posstMy aooakte la the fWecretuid and with tltMe oould ltave no Influence Upon the eettrte el events. Yes honors are nea-essentlals. T&e. student who receive some little position too often develops a' feeling that he is the most prominent personage in the en- tire college.- Hts popularity goes to his heai) and he begins his downfall. Why should a student ge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 November 1921

Trj t '.. M I: - ;- - .t t? ' r I '.: .'' - ' ..; Mi' c'" ' '- .' .V ' :' -' c; t. y '. ' '" "'" VV:--.'". . ". -v? -v. sv--:- f V. i ' .' : ' -.- . . ' " i'' . If ''.'!. i'Y ' r'-i'1 - V. '';. r; '&.'. Jf.-v;- "( i 3P'v - 'If1 'Vffl m m'l ." . m- ' ate MP' ' v m'A - mrrwirinffwnrm w m im ! win m ! Tin in m in m n i in in n in ww mim wwaM Everything to Wear and For The Home -One-Fifth Off Clothing for the whole family our entire stocks choose anything nnd deduct One-Fifth' from the price. Women's and Girls' Dresses Suits Wraps Skirts Blouses Sweaters Corsets and Brassieres. And Millinery Furs Gloves Neckwear Negligees House Dresses and the other accessories that need frequent replenishing. Our entire stock of Shoes Womcns Children's Men's and Boys' Oxfords Straps and High Shoes Evening Slippers and House Shoes everything at One-Fifth less. Silk and Wool Dress Goods every fashionable weave and color.. 'Staple Cotton GoodsDomestic Outings Ginghams Percales Sheetings of standard qu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 November 1921

If :3' .': n M 1 1 I ii- jm M L I . ' I aai occasin oan FASHION sometimes seeks inspiration in far-away fields. HERE'S a combination of the picturesque INDIAN MOC- CASIN with the PARISIAN "SANDALETTE" and of course first shown here. Patent leather brass buckles welt soles low flat heck $8.50 YAGER SHOE COMPANY MHMHHMKEMraBBffi mmmmMmi&mmmMma&wmmm EafflSSRKDOPr HALEY-ffANEY- SIGNOR Everything for your Fruit Cake Fresh Vegetables .every day. Nice Fresh Fruits and New Nuts of All Kinds. PHONES 127 128 125 LET US SERVE YOU 1MttUlMWtffflgMffl itpiaflfflnCTnsanMflqCTfflaMiHiCTffimnaCTm 0KHBsS9EnkjH Will II II I m mil i m imuiMHBmaiKBgKKBiCTlBfflaa 10. B. NEILL PAINTS OILS WALL PAPER WINDOW GLASS VARNISH' AND ART MATERIAL PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING nmMBEWffimimMBre lEraBaKinrorammisiraisiMMPM iffiSgESSH THE WILSON 222 PINE STREET EVERYTHING TO EAT OR DRINK JACOB'S CANDIES C. L JOHNSON PROPRIETOR mmm QUHWUIxi yHiBiBjjamagawia8ftafiihJKiw Griflith Furniture Co. 1039 N. SECOND PHONE...

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

m4?mmmm?H!mmhtwmmnimmmimmmvm-u iyimiHi"l"W"iwi'niiw nyfswwwiijquipMijwi . " minnm i Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMDER 3 1921. Number 12 mmfmjmmmimrmfitm 8 ffih? Simmons Bmmi MARY FRANCES GIRLS GIVE RECEPTION FOR FOOTBALL MEN SAT. UNIQUE ARRANGEMENT GREETS VISITORS WHEN PROGRAM IS PRESENTED. PLAY OF FOOLS PRESENTED Scxctto Appears On Stairs As Most Entertaining Part Of Program. Pages colonial maids a play and an or- chestra added to the distinctiveness of the reception given by Mary-Frances girls in their Hall Saturday evening Nov. 26 to the faculty and students of Simmons honoring the football team. Banks of ferns large vases of carnations and pots of geraniums were used abund- antly as decorations for the dining and re- ception rooms. Guests were met at the door assisted in removing wraps and escorted to the re- ception rooms by tho Misses Pat Ander- son and Ermlnee Favor dressed in the conventional page attire of black velvet trousers and pongee blouses. Whil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 December 1921

&Wt Simmons JBranD Published Weekly by the Simmons Pre 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 82.00 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 an's College and various others concern- ing Simmons' willingness to meet them both on the home court and away. And yet the committeo cannot give a definite answer to this due to the fact that there seems to be an opposition to girls ath- letics at some point. Indications are that the athleliq fund does not provide for the arrangement of women's contests. The Brand manage- ment understood that the student commit tee last year made arrangements for an appropriation to this effect. Probably tho matter failed but it seems only fair that one should be attended to now and w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 December 1921

I " 1 H H Bfc.tf! NUi. . ipp SSfel' -v SmA. ' aamfflffl(Ba;afflgM)aiiu)QmMQ3QinKE;nmffla!a5mffiffifflffl!ggia h Stetson and Mallory Hats for Young Men Probably last season's hat looks pretty good but most men like to feel that they have a new one when it's really necessary to "dress up." The popular soft shapes this winter rather narrow brims and medium width bands and greys and browns are popular colors. Several other colors as well as black are shown here. It's the easiest tiling in the world to match your suit. PRICES $4.50 UP quAUTY-M value -sEnvee Da)(DUKnffin)(Ba)mUGroffl(cn)(nffii)(n(T(n)m:i)(i5ffl(n(i)(i)mraii)fflfi)mtnn)(B(nn)n)oa(n(wira(ODrara 25 CANDIDATES FOR BASKETBALL TEAM irassicisasBim! PAINTS OILS BRUSHES GLASS WALLPAPER WE FRAME PICTURES AND GIVE YOU SERVICE bolling -kean (The Gliddcn Store) 946 N. 1st Street The Home of JAP-A-LAC IfflK3IIfflSHEB(B!i;tBCi!ll)!Mffl.ti;(l)!l!i)ll Phone 1417 Twenty-fit e. basketball candidates liavo been working out the past week in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 December 1921

. V' M yRhBsv " ii occasin oan FASHION sometime seeks inspiration in far-away fields. HERE'S a combination of the picturesque INDIAN MOC- CASIN with the PARISIAN "SANDALETTE" and of course first shown here. Patent leather brass buckles welt soles low flat heels . $8.50 YAGER SHOE COMPANY iffiflEDSUI HimWMMMIHMMnaHMMI HALEY-HANEY- SIGNOR Everything for your Fruit Cake Fresh Vegetables every day Nice Fresh Fruits and New Nuts of All Kinds. PHONES 127 128 125 LET US SERVE VOU BuWMMTOM mnaaiBBngPmffln PAINTS OILS WALL PAPER WINDOW GLASS VARNISH AND ART MATERIAL JN0.BJEILL I PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING MmiiMmlufflfflflt THE WILSON 222 PINE STREET EVERYTHING TO EAT OR DRINK JACOB'S CANDIES C. L JOHNSON PROPRIETOR BMKW&V mgMBnfflg?Mmflm5mmmmmmmffiffi Griffith Furniture Co. 1039 N. SECOND PHONE 119 V H H 6a cdcc cunnr m We urge you to come and see our field of home-firown Chrysanthemums. The finest ever seen in Abilene. Dulbs. Blooming Plants and Cut Flowers for all occasions. THE PHIL...

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

-n'-'y''y'Tr'J''Tr'''pyw y'WfTt ri"T pg-yywi j w -Fy- ' '' yp?7fi "' r wp n TT immons Brand Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ADILENE TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 17 1921. Number 13 " n-Pdwp Sw wfw )- -7-- - r f- r irTTi'-n tM " gThS BARFIELD CHOSEN LEADER OF COWBOYS FOR NEXT SEASON AT ANNUAL BANQUET MONDAY Tlio annual post-season football banquet which for the past four year has been the occasion for the election of a captain was given to the sixteen letter men of this year's squad at the Mobley Cafe last Mon- day evening by The Brand Bronco 0. and D Council the Athletic committee and Garrett Harrell. Jack Barfield who has completed his first season with Simmons but with experience in Wesley Junior Col- lege was chosen to lead the Cowboy team during the next season. The affair was informal altogether with several alumni including Prof. Burnam Roy Bradley Lloyd McCarty Emmett Landers and also the coaches managers and those giving the banquet present. Only fourteen of the players receiving let- ter...

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

UPpPHjppwXJ IU wji J ii . itw kfcfBljLHiiM'n "JH"1-. IJ ' ' I'Jfynf yWUiH; I'WlJ-' y wm -.-g.ygiij'i v jw .'u-itjM ' bwkl .hhui-i jihwii "tl .u.f-n.jwiw;L t " s... ity-j iiiMHHMW nfwspyinjyjum i'M';!''rl)WBHji)ui'tlWHil imWlHBHUWWH'lw"'W'WW If III II HP h f fHfiimmonsBr?mfl $ PWWid Weekly by the 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 yenr.....$2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office t First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOWARD BARRETT Editor-in-Chief CHARLES C. BRADSHAW Business Manager STAFF HoMEit II. IIurro..Mahaging Editor. Raymond Williams Circulation Mgr. Clady Reddell .. . Features Paul Patteiison . -..j .Jokcs WOODIE BUMCE ....-. ..Sports S: W. HicKEY Religious Activities Ykweu. Corneuus Personals Athletic Director. At last definite action has been taken Bpon the matter of an athletic directo...

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