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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 March 1922

"-JTTfWH - T!lrTW-Tm"r"v' ummamMSimwmMmfsmmmTmmmmsos'j 4? T0 1 " rntrm - SS s qUAUTY-MVALUe SEIfc? -O .. If Iff '(J .dGHBfl Ho "I never could understand why he cuts such a fine figure." Slio "He doesn't- It's his shirt that cuts the figurp hecause Manhattans arc always cut to fit." 8fflffla)Qa)!Pff)ffla!(najflajaKDiijaagBaJM tremes ilrovo lilm almost to rashness but reason always saved ltim and at last it showed lilm the way out of his Intolcfablo situation. He decided that he would trust the results and go tell tho girl the whole truth even though In so doing ho was condemning himself. That seemed tho only way to relieve his mind and save the girl from tho wily Ilurr. Jacob found Jane at homo and alone "An agreeable surprise Mr. Mack" said Jano when she opened tho door "you have hardly spoken to mo since you got up from your illness. I've been wondering why you shunned me. Have you com plctcly recovered?" ''Yes physically. You are well and happy I suppose?" "I am well. Hut why shou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 March 1922

TW? p wwwpp WWPfypPBpPfypfHi'HyMMWi1 gf" Wfgiip W''M I'H'uw&f .Wfi" ?" pi niwvirwjyy wwmujuuhhwuppii v ftw&lifWvtvnbttltitVl HHBcaaa gawwsaafflHUMMiffl New Spring Suits For College Men THESE OXFORDS PRESENT THE NEWEST STYLE NOTES OF THE NEW SEASON Made of Brown Kid Brown Calf Black Kid Black Patent and White Buck just like in illustrations. These shoes have won the hearty approval of. the College Miss at all the big schools in this cotintry. NEW PRICES RANGE FROM $4.85 5.00 6.00 UP TO $10.00 YAGER SHOE COMPANY 201 PINE STREET rinimmfnmmmmfnmmmfwmrffimfflffiTmffTmwnmTim BammatpffltMnflmnfflraira s bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbk mMjK-'BVV DADAMCUtll flv.uiiM MONDAY AND TUESDAY A DAZZLE OF BEAUTY AND PLEASURE CECIL B. DE MILLE'S "Saturday Night A PARAMOUNT PICTURE Cast includes LEATRICE JOY CONRAD NAGLE EDITH ROBERTS JACK MOWER THEODORE ROBERTS A1sj Campbell's 1922 Spring Style Revue A promanade of the season's most fashionahlo gowns displayed on living models. Continuo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 March 1922

IP!" Breedlove Memorial Edition t Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 25 1922. Number 24 w S ITh? $nmmm&Jkmi t ; ivr I It IK II' it ' . - It DONATIONS FLOW INTO OFFICE IN FIRST WEEK OF FUND DRIVE SPEED FOR OPENING WEEK FALLS SHORT ALUMNI STUDENTS AND FAC ULTY GIFTS REACH NEAR- LY FOUR HUNDRED. BAPTIST WOMEN PLAN GIFT Plans Under Way For Raising Big Fund By Association of Which Miss Breedlove Was Member Although lacking much of reaching the peed that had been anticipated contri- butions to the Breedlove Memorial Loan Fund continue to come into the Bursar's office with a total of $365.55 having been received up until Thursday noon. These contributions have come largely from alumni while students have contributed a fair portion as have several of the faculty members. Contributions have been ranging from one dollar to fifteen dollars. One student whose name was not learned by the Brand reporter has contributed ten dollars while one alumni has given fifteen. The aver...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 March 1922

W'lfllVUlPkV l m W "pTWWTTFW' Tf1 ten. r "yf" ttffpffff "wf " r' itrmrrwfrwprwvBw Tf?r -f r ry w.iFi'yuijsiyFTllll "U 'Hwmwmi Jiyrr Wi"tllMP'j"'4l"iptJy'WVlJWyV'""' l"'-tfH'"V'"i'TTfTyr' g5hp Simmons Brnnil "V PaMiehed Weakly by the Simmon Press Club k the Interest of the Student Body of Simmon College. Entered u Second Cla Mail Matter at the Port Office at Abilene. Texas. Subscription Price per year......$2.00 Member of the Texa Inter-Collegiate Press Association Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOWARD BARRETT Editor-in-Chief CHARLES C. BRADSHAW Business Manager THE STAFF: Homer H. Hutto Raymond Williams.. Mildred Davis Woodie Burlc W. A. Stephenson.. Robert J. Smith. Verio Teague . Paul Patterson .. -..Managing Editor ..Circulation Manager .Society-Alumni -...- .Sports Prnnl Religious Activities . ..-Features . Jokes THE BREEDLOVE EDITION. This the Brecdlove Edition of the Brand has been published under almost every trying condition that could...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 March 1922

wSTiyiwiy)rwiS - ww wmmwi yw wwwn HJMW PHWijy Wpy!!pWffyyWgWpfp HigpUBJUWIIHma1!"" III'T"' ''"'"!' i Mmw pvi'f m i" - w f i iimiihh hijhi ct tl $4.95 A Supreme Value in Men 9s Shoes Here's an outstanding value in Men's Shoes from the well-known line of Friedman-Shelby makers of all-leather Shoes. The Shoe pictured above is of brown calf leather on a snappy English last with rub- ber heels and eyelets to the top a style that young men like. And this is only one of the numerous models which we are showing for nien in the all-leather line made by Friedman- Shelby. These shoes are widely known and recognized for their superior quality good style and moderate prices. I l Abiltnt't Favoriti J0 M rj Shopping Placi JT ffl h QUAUTY-M VALU-SEnWC EBBiaaagiagfflaaaagBBiH life that cut her to the quick and which might hare soured some people. Dut with her such things were never discussed even with her most intimate friends she had buried them. Apparently unhappy ex- periences with her were usefu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 March 1922

MjU. iHji4mwk9V QjMWrnNPTO pjTf pF'jriftejjY.rw - y " -""TV"7 i THESE OXFORDS PRESENT THE NEWEST STYLE NOTES OF THE NEW SEASON Mado of Brown Kid Brown Calf Black Kid Black Patent and White Buck just Jike in illustrations. These shoes havo won the hearty approval of the College Miss at nil the big schools in this country. NEW PRICES RANGE FROM ?4.85 5.00 6.00 UP TO $10.00 YAGER SHOE COMPANY 201 PINE STREET IMlBtfcWWMWWOgKIflBfl Friends Pay Tribute to "Work of Miss Breedlove (Continued from page three) many many times. In Miss Breedlove qualities of inestim- able Worth united in the making of a character and a personality truly remark able. Because of them shewas a person whose' friendship was indeed worth seek- ing and when gained was invaluable. She was very frank as all who knew her will testify. She never flattered nor sought favor; and she certainly never hesitated to speak out against what she felt or be lieved to be wrong if she spoke at all. Her frankness with me brought good ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 April 1922

o sjS V Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 1 1922. Number 25 BAND GOES ON FIRST TRIP OF YEAR THURS. COMMUNITY SERVICE WORKERS VISIT CHAPEL MR. SIIUMWAY TAKES CHARGE AND LEADS STUDENTS IN SONGS. DR. THOMPSON SPEAKS IN CHAPE WEDNESDAY COWBOYS TAKE GAME FROM BAIRD MONDAY INTEREST TURNS TO THE TAYLOR REVIVAL COWBOYS WILL OPEN SEASON HERE MONDAY MAKE VISIT THROUGH CROSS PLAINS PIONEER AND OTHER OIL TOWNS NOTED EXPRESSION TEACHER READS "VISION OF SIR LAUNFAL" LOCALS SHOW MARKED IM- PROVEMENT IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. BOY EVANGELIST WILL . RE- TURN FOR SERIES OF MEETINGS HERE. T. C. U. HORNED FROGS TO IN- VADE ABILENE FOR TWO- GAME SERIES. mmx&hxm& . J If fe B"' I IK IK r ARE GUESTS OF BUSINESS MEN Business Men On Big Boosting Cam- paign; Bnd Roads Add To Inconvenience. The Hand made Its first trip this year with about 250 Abilene boosters who in- vaded the next great oil field of Texas. The delegation left Abilene about 8:00 o'clock Thursday morning of last week for B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 April 1922

ftirJffiftiiiMtsflrntia PaaltatW Weakly W " S)mmm Fjess Qfc hi ike Interest ef ike Student Body ef Simmons College. " ' ' " " - " ' '" Entered m Seeend Cles Mail Matter at the Ft Office at Abilene. Texai. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press AMOQMtKHlk Office: Fkst Fleer Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOWARD BARRETT Editor-in-Chief CHARLES C. BRADSHAW Business Manager THE STAFF: Homer II. Hutto.... Raymond Williams Mildred Davie... Woodte Burk W. At Stephenson. Robert J. Smhh Verbs Teague '.. Paul Patterson .31anaging Editor .Circulation Manager Society-Alumni ........i..Sports ..... Personals ...Religious Activities .. . ... Features ....Jokes GRASPING THE OPPORTUNITY. In a recent edition of the Brand an article dealing with a prize of twenty dol- lars for the best essay on phases of Sim- mons College's work was carried. Again the fact of the first prize was stressed by Mr. Campbell in the chapel exercises on Thursday morn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 April 1922

u JUNIORS STAGE SOCIAL EVENT AT DRUG STORE LADY MEMBERS FAIL TO MA- TEUIALIZE FOLLOWING BUSINESS MEETING. The most unique and lovely social event of the season was staged last Tuesday rifglit in Compton's Drug Store No. 4 at ' the corner of Hickory and Ambler when a representative body of the gentleman side of tho Junior class enjoyed a sump- tuous three-course Very formal banquet. The affair was a surprise not even the ' ones who took part and planned it knew about it until a few seconds before It was in actual progress. Following a short' business meeting of the Class at Mar Frances Hall tho lady members who Were in attendance request- j ed to be excused to meet previously ar- ranged engagements President John Al .vis graciously granted this request. After their departure the gentlemen refusing tp be chagrined hurriedly reconvened a quo- rum' and voted unanimously to be host to themselves. Mr. Nowlin who is the official purse 1 bearer of the class was appointed to lead j the way t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 April 1922

Can You Tell? mmmmmmmmnmmnmmmwMmmnmMukmmmmmmmmmmt THESE OXFORDS PRESENT THE NEWEST STYLE NOTES OF THE NEW SEASON Made of Brown Kid Brown Calf Black Kid Black Patent and White Buck just like in illustrations. These shoes have won the hearty approval of the Cdllcgp Miss at all the big schools in this country. NEW PRICES RANGE FROM $4.85 5.00 6.00 UP TO $10.00 YAGER SHOE COMPANY 201 PINE STREET RaHEEBESS mm Band Goes on First Trip of Year ThurH. (Con Inued from page one.) street; were lined with hundreds and hun- dreds of men rio one offered assistance this is however a characteristic of an oil town where everybody is for himself. Get- ting thru these three blocks a good road awaited them tho remainder of the way to Rising Star.. Arriving there shortly af ter two o'clock the boosters were given a! real treat. The Band and a few others wefe sent Jo tho Hotel on the Southside of town while the remainder of the boost- ers lunched at the Majestic Hotel on the North. The Rising Star Chamber...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 April 1922

Freshman Edition " . I.' t ' ---.- 0 'f'K l '&n; . Jr " imra ana Brand Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 8 1922. Number 26 SThS 5 r. Ir V ft if I ' FACULTY BURLESQUE FEATURES APRIL FIRST REALISTIC IMPERSONATION OF FACULTY IS STAGED IN CHAPEL. MANY VISITORS ARE PRESENT Instructors Watched Proceedings With Great Interest and Take Jokes As Sports. ii i t True to tradition the students took charge of Chapel April 1st and presented a burlesque of the faculty. The member of the faculty found places In the auditorium and watched the pro- ceedings with great interest. The chapel services Were opened by all singing the "foist two volscs" of one hun- dred and twelve led by Professor Ander- son who was effectively prolrayed by ''Ar- gee" Haucoin The latter used as his baton an exceedingly crooked branch from one of the campus mesquites. George Mahon felt his superiority when he 'stepped into the trousers of President Sandcfcr. Although it took the aid of a pillow to take...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 April 1922

NUMmJ Weekly by like 34mmM Press Gufe hi lk Interest of the Student Bedy ef SmmM Collete. Entered as Seeond Class Mail Mailer at the Pest Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 MewUcr of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Pres Association. Offke: First Floor Science Dullding. Published Eacli Saturday Morning. HOWARD BARRETT Editor-in-Chief CHARLES C BRADSHAW Business .'Manager THE STAFF: Homer H. Hutto.. .Managing 'Editor Raymond WilliamsGrculation Manager Mildred Davhu ..--.Society-Alumni Weodie Durk -sports W. A.. Stephenson. Robert J. Sinilh Vcrle Teague; - PjaraAnnl. -Religious Activities .-.-.-Features Paul Patterson Jokes Freshman Edition. . RALPH G HARDER . Editor NELSON HUTTO. Assistant Editor Reporters: Winnie McCoy Jewel Din-ion- Edna Gill Annie Wall Wendell Fore- man Eldfidge Price Jerome Whitmlre Phinis McDeth Earl Leeson Allan Mote Herbert Willborn and Raymond Mcllaney. FRESHMAN EDITION. It gives the Freshman Class deep pleas- ure to make its initial bow in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 April 1922

&.. E." 5 ;i nnHHimimjiiimiiim Afeitf Easier Footwear i Most likely you linvcn't chosen' yours yet and will be delighted to know our Easier displays made .up ' ' of the newest' styles in street and more dressy footwear arc very qohi- . 'plcte. Wc offer you footwear that' is in ' itself distinctive especially tho smart strapped styles and which will add greatly to your Easter costume. Prices f5$fi. to $9l50 . rid''-:. $$ '. ' . :' quality-J VMue-snwc p KEEKKMSEI SOPH SCRIBE ROUSES UPPER CLASSMEN'S IRE FAILURE TO AGKEE AS TO CHARGES PERMITS HIM TO ESCAPE. On a certain morning not long ago John Alvls arose and made an announcement concerning a meeting of tho "J. A. Club." It teemed that everyone In chapel that morning caught the point hut one person didn't. He was the Assistant Editor .of the Sophomore Brand. He thought ho caught it; his' agile mind put two and three together and made seven; and he scented u good story. Darting out tho door he turned two somersaults' and land- cd i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 April 1922

wt- 3?; W7T( 9SSS sscc Vt: w f ' r Your New Easter Oxfords Are Here All the Young Fellows Like 'm tott fellow who like style ivith a M o W m it here arc the Shoes for you. -4f you: want something everybody Isn't wearing come to our Mors. Jwt a little different are our new Spring OAfords yet Vrkkin the bounds of good taste and moderately priced at $500 $600 $6-50 up to $10.00 TWO PAIRS HERE TO ONE ELSEWHERE YAGER SHOE COMPANY 201 PINE STREET i$HWeHffi9BRER3iaB5aiEffifflffiffifflma)i Charier Taylor io Open Meeting Here April O Continued from page one)'.' Mm and SERVE with him in order that groat and permanent gool may result from hit being with us. To the old students thu information given below may be unneces- sary but all hew students will enjoy the following' information furnished by oUr President. MCharllew an Englishman born and reared in the town made famous by Bun yan. ThU was Bedford where liunyan wrote hie 'Pilgrim's Progress.' Charlie showed signs in his youth of being an un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 April 1922

1! IftiTif E.Philo Edition -iftis.. i .: v.v'i-. i'.V' ". i - v ; ' W.'- 'V -i - . '''.4t ' 1". :.' ' t4 i V Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL lS 1922 Number 27 SENIORS TAKE-INTER-CLASS MEET SATURDAY GEORGE MAHON WINS T. S. 0. A. TRY-OUT 4 U h? mniijijs torn! KUKLUX'PARADEON CAlttPUSFRIDAYIGHT PHILOS HOLD "PEP" MEETING AFTERWARD AND AROUSE -MUCH ENTHUSIASM. 3HE3H5SH88H315E!3HSfflHHBBEE .i II ; .?$ i;. .ah TWENTY MEN TAKE PART IN MEET AS REPRESENTS TIVES OF CLASSES MUDDY FIELD HANDICAPS MEN First Placed Won By McCaslanu Tabor Riddle Cahill H. and L. Johnson and Burk. The -Seniors won the inter-class .track meet with a. total of 49' points on Parra- more Field last Saturday afternoon. The Frcshmcrt came second with 27 'points and the Sophs were third with 23 points. The Juniors were unlucky and failed to place at all. Five Seniors two Juniors (ire Sophomores and eiglt Freshmen entered the elcyen events. Due to the heavy rain that fell the night' .before tho track wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 April 1922

Mi .'?- !- W1!' '.''. V. 1 ii us gftpffmitaoBrxiid $ MUM Wa WiwwiFmi Qak to tei Interest rfito Stwioot Bed of Stomas CoDaae. til 1 nil aa SeoeaJ Oaw'Matt Matter at ti Pm Otflee at Ahfleae. Teaae. Ml of the TMt later Cwllmrfito Press Otto: tint rieor Sehnu Building. FnbHafced look Satwrety MN. HOWARD BARRETT Ed.h.CnW CHAKUS C BRADSHAW ' ' Btttaote If aMger THE STAffi Heater H. BsMt) Managing Editor lbljimnd YFSHens Ckeulatien Manager HUM Be .SotyAlww.l Waofie Batk U unpens W. A. froth aaian.. : Personals HMpBA Jw SlRlilllwWH- Religious ActivUM Verio Taaaam iJT OBlfUfJS rwi okes JMOT 1-PH1L0 EDITION HART JOHNSON w Editor MILDRED DAVIS- Assistant Editor 1T0ODIS BURKiiu..Aeita Editor Reporters: York Teague "Willie Ray McDonald Lauren Treutmaa' Julk Mar- tin .Etta DeBerd Ida Jilllan. Miller Pau- line Rowan Ba Rudd Deesle JKuykendall Tom Ealdfca; Uvea Hull- John Duncan Raymond WMams Pliiais McBeth U. S Bird. MARY E.-PHlLO HISTORY. Yew dHn't .knew that ''the Phile and Mary K ecoi atlas wer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 April 1922

ut hWj' - - i . ;t ' -ft' A ' W y TO . I1 !.) EP .9r Mvl fc$iB W f t . fa- 'f? ;r .- . a . . Tie iVeiw 2fcis Will be ready to serve the students of Simmons Saturday April 15th. When you go to town ride it. It is comfortable. When you are ready to go picnicing call the bus. When I you want to go any where any time we will be glad to carry you. For particulars call 95 Abilene Motor Transit Company gBBBMaBBiaBWWWWWWWWIH LITFRARY SOCIETY NEWS Philo Society. The Philo met in regular session Fri- day afternoon and discussed and worked t out in detail tho program to bo giren that night. Everyone took special ifterest as this was an event of an extraordinary na- ture. ' Mr. Jiart Johnson tho editor for ho Mary E-Philo edition of the Brand mado . a brief report and asked that everyone stand behind him and help to put out tho best possible edition. The editor of the Dronco asked the Philos to elect their debaters for the spring time debate between the Philos and Clios so that lie could put th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 April 1922

. yiotur Neto' Easter Oxfords tATWlJU ere 4 t Attihef Young Fellows Like 'Em Yowfellow whorlike style with a bit of dash in it here are the v SAoej of ou. ! If you want soinething everybody isn't wearing come to our store: '"JuM a "little different aro our new Spring Oxfords yet within the-bounds of gobd tasto and moderately priced at 3-$s.is-$6:eo$e.5o up to $ioeo TWO PAIRS HERE TO ONE ELSEWHERE 'YAGER SHOE COMPANY l 281 PINE STREET f ;(Chrlioirf 'Welcomed " " 11 Rck to Simmons (continued from page one). ter has stood the teat of all time He Is unchangeable in His power" and "lie is 'unchangeable is Ills purpose" -were his word. Charlie concluded by reminding his au- dience' that 'some of tliem had seen the light of Christ Jesus- but that there were others who had not and that tt was their duty to bring' the others to the sunlight of God's righteousness. Next 'week -Charlie will preach every day-at-the 'chapel period. These sermons will be a part of the college revival which 'is. b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 April 1922

"-' "'" r Pope-Clio Edition 4V ' 6 - v T L Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY April 22 1922. N'hhiW 28' v" ""a i . mm immans Branl u JUNIOR CLASS WINS CUP INTER- CLASS CONTEST HELD RECENTLY WORK OF EDITOR HUTTO RE- CEIVES HIGHEST GRADE FROM JUDGES. JRESHMEN COME VERY CLOSE Only a Slight Difference in Grades Given the Two Papers; Sopho- mores Get .Third Position. Tho Junior class edition of Brand edited by Homer Hutto won tho loving cup of- fered by the Brand management to the class editing tho best paper according to announcement given out by Howard Bar- rett Brand editor Thursday morning. The papers were placed in tho hands of mem- bers of the Abilene Reporter staff more than a week ago and the final compila- tion of grades made Thursday. The decision giving the Junior edition first place was practically unanimous one judge tying the Freshmen and Junior papers for first place. Another tied tho Sophomore and Freshmen papers for sec- ond place. AH papers were graded on th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 April 1922

aarg . & ".asifiar.rav nt - uJuir 'Vfai as as -- rifamftS aat e itM Sanjeon Pram -la tha later of the Student I Simmons CeJhwe. cs StMKMM Ciae Mail Matter at Abilene. Taaas. at thefW Office Prfca per yen. H00 af the Tea Iatar-Cailaaitie Pram Oak: FVat Floor Stlutua : PaHhhad Each Sateremy Man HOWARD BARRETT Edatar-iB-OaW CHARLES a BRAD6HAW BwfaMM MWft rM STATtt H. Nana Maite Sdher ant WffltamOwtaati Maaaiar oMr-AiuMM wJSeOTt fscsonat ReUnfew At(vhtt i ..- i- Jnlca VaneTbao- Peal Panama fOMtCUO STAFF. boyt rout Etor JOHN Al.Vt -A-oaUio Editor It&UDUflE PERSON. Soelety-AlHmal H RVUn I'.a.. - ' "'?"" I. aMTm Kliteaa PATTKRSOM- 3frte 1 MAUD "" .' .. .PiiMii hotto J&XOEMlDgQ Reporters-Vioter Oebttee Allan Mote Tfaeana Andre Tern KnUa Clara Trout U.S. Bird. MORS ABOUT THE. 9IMMONS SPIRIT. Mock baa been eaid in these columns ynnlu tin war some of the student batty eaaanrt the athletic taM of the collage- No one desire to aoenee a Samoa SSm -- W. A Sranlmnnen 1' Matt J. Samh sJ ...

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