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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 April 1922

V ''-! a CONTEST FOR AfflELL MEDAL CLOSES MAY 6 EXCELLENT FACULTY for mm SCHOOL SUMMER SESSION BEGINS ON JUNE 8-BULLETIN JUST OFF THE PRESS. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm PLACE ORDER HERE FOR HER FLOWERS11 YE LITTLE SHOfTE Things That Are Different 259 PINE ST. 1000 PHONE Tfc Secret Skkyick OTStein-Bloch Clothes Rendered By TfcrFipE Imner Tailoring JkgVord$- 09 301 POETRY CONTEST AMONG ALL COLLEGES OF STATE IS ALSO ANNOUNCED. $ . n Smart Clothes Quality Is The Kernel; Price Is The Shell 7 rue economy looks - straight through the price of a garment at the tailoring within True economy re- gards clothes as an impor- ' tant investment not as a perfunctory purchase. Fine clothes of which Stein-Bloch Clothes are the conceded finest wear longer; look smarter their style stays with them; . you are proud of them; you take care of.' them; others admire them. M VALUE "-SEWCC qiALrr- If You'll Only Compare You'll Surely Come Here! All manuscripts for the Atwell Medal contest are due the first week In May ...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 April 1922

1 1 i Your New Spring Oxfords Are Here Y&h cw kAo ifce Jtye hM a it o dash in it here are the Shoes for you. If you vant something everybody isn't wearing c6mo to our store. Just a little difforent are our new Spring Oxfords yet within the bounds of good tasto and moderately priced at $511 $601 $6-50 up to $10.00 TITO PAIRS HERE TO ONE ELSEWHERE YAGER SHOE COMPANY 201 PINE STREET wamammmmtmmBUt jijw ii m mi CHARLIE GIVES FR0SH VERY SAD SONG THUR. "Weep freshmen weep; Your reception must keep. Prcxy has caid it Last year they did it; Weep freshmen Weep freshmen Weep." That is a brand neW sons which Charlie gave to the freshmen at the chapel hour brother Laurie wrote tho music for it. The words melancholy as they are. do not begin to express the real tono of the song. It is about the saddest thing Sim- mons has heard lately and whert rendered by the freshmen Thursday morning it was so extremely pathetic that even tho heart of Proxy melted sllghtly-not to tho ex- tent of granting t...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 April 1922

Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 29 1922. NumW 29 . COWBOYS BREAK EVEN WITH AUSTIN COLLEGE DEBATERS WIN FROM LOUISIANA COLLEGE CHARLIE TAYLOR IS CONTINUING MEETING FACULH AND SENIORS TO PLAY NEXT WEEK PROSPECTS GOOD FOR SUMMER TERM WORK ABILENE HKiH WINS ' mCKMffiTSATUWIAY MAKE TOTAL OF 44 POINTS' ALBANY WINS CLASS B WITH 47 POINTS. BOTH GAMES CLEANLY PLAYED WITH HIGH ORDER OF FIELDING. ONE OF OPPONENTS TURNS OUT TO BE. YOUNG WOMAN. DECISION TO REMAIN HERE ANOTHER WEEK REACH- . ED SUNDAY NIGHT. FIRST BASE BALL GAME TWEEN THE TWO IN THREE YEARS. BE- OVER FIVE HUNDRED STUD- ENTS ARE EXPECTED TO ENROLL THEN. -rr W p.: I vr P It. fi TAYLOR AND JOHNSON WILD Hunter Goes In As Relief. Saturday and Lets Visitor? Down With One Lone Hit. Fate again asserted itself in the two- game series with Austin College Satui day and Monday and again (ho Cowboy were forced to content themselves with an even break emerging the first day with a 7;0 shutout in their favor and a defeat Mon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 April 1922

1?W: '-' "4 jQWtl te lb Sb PlM Ow Mall Matte M at AW a Tesaa. . - Prise per ywu.fcl8.00 f tbe Tm bteKMkgkte.PreM flM flaw SeMwe BatMiac. laea Setarae? Meralaaj. - HOWARD WkWlinT CftAlUS C MRADSHAW . '- TBM STAFF: Bjm laaaaaasW Editor M SeeJety-AluBsai ri! mmhmIiMi AflflVltfM ..i ..... -JwW la eWerJfcb baa hamiajim that ban baa BMde. k ar at at . safceble stfepeekW aaoatlim of aa ath far tbe peat year tasperteaea batata the atadaaft. TV Matter kaa beea take aa by tba caajaiHiuii treat the Board af hwsteae aad tba Ctakawa af tats bedy agrewl to briag aaauer before tbe Baud bJeb waa- edbrttkd ;ta bay m date Mak aari a. atTpaebe Aa atbfetfe dfaeetar eaawft bat belli to bra affect ajrta tbe eeadaet ef ta Shaiaia Tka eld aeethed ef tba anttar am tba baade ef tbe la He day bat X tba Bum tbat ibat dev baa '' sarewa. hm 'at a a grown rtadt tbat work aaOWlWW 9' lllv atoat tbat k baa L' . a.'" SP olMWIW ' . MnBMtr oar ttkak m f p?pto t baa aeoundataA (A & aJHoa forea to aaaaVe v 'Tba k "' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 April 1922

Vi jj.i. fri ' 'V V'j ( f) V I.' I ..'"; " i aat -. & J ' 52'. ' 32 fc 'M. ''. ! mm X n Stylish Spring Dresses Latest Authoritative Models i THERE is an air of refinement to the new Dresses for Spring we now have on display which add materially to their winsomeness. Tho crisp rustling Taffetas and charming Canton Crepes aro deservedly popular at $19.75 to $34.75 The Spring models chiefly feature the fashlon- ablo new effects in neck lines sleeves trimi mlngB; and tho combinations of coIotb are particularly bewitching. The styles aro re- freshingly different whilb tho values aro un- mistakably of a kind that will quickly instill confidence. All Late New York Styles J. C. PENNEY CO. PREXY TO GO TO KG x CONVENTION IN MAY SOUTHERN BAPTISTS TO CON- VENE AT JACKSONVILLE IN MEETING. COLLEGE CALENDAR IfflEEBasEmBBsssmi BmrnflMiMixro saamffiffiffiicffin . a JK ' n THE COMMERCIAL BARBER SHOP ; ;IIas changed hands and is now catering to Simmons students. I':" REEVES & COWSER MANAGERS ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 April 1922

'?' Pt ! ' (f 1 Your Ntw Spring Oxfords Are J?fe tS s -J9t All the Young Fellows Like Em ToiW atfow wAo JiAre Jtye m'& a 6i o JmA in itthcre are the 2 "" SAoej or you. Jf jou want something everybody isn't wearing como to our ton.? Juet a little different are our new Spring Oxfords yet ;wkhm the bounds of good taste and moderately priced at $511 $811 $6-56 up to $10.00 " TfO PAIRS HERE TO ONE ELSEWHERE YAGER SHOE COMPANY I 211 FINE Faculty and Seniors to Play Next Week (Continued (rem page one). likely take Proxy' place when Prexy gets tired. Out Prexy must start in the box. Nothing would satisfy unless he did. The Brand had not learned -whether any members of the first team that are Seniors would be allowed to pky or not. But it appears that it will likely be permitted as the number of Sealer beys now in school hat somewhat depreciated and it is hardly prebable that out of the class of sixty nine 'who are not athletes could bo found. The class is full of them much to the hard- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 May 1922

mm mmm Wrmi ' ' 4' SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 6?vT VoL VI Number 30 . CHARLIE GIVES HIS BIG LECTURE MONDAY NIGHT COWBOYS MEET DANIEL BAKER TEAM NEXT WEEK TAYLOR MEETING WAS CLOSED SUNDAY NIGHT RAIN ENDS FACULTY SENIOR GAME ON WED TRACK TEAM LEAVES FOR FORT WORTH MEET "YOU NEVER CAN TEL". GIVEN TUESDAY NIGHT TALKS ON "HITTING THE HIGH SPOTS OF EUROPE WITH PREXY. regular Scheduled games to be played wednes- day and thursday. DR. JENKENS CONSIDERS CAM- PAIGN GREATEST EVER HELD HERE. J. PLUVIUS STEPS IN AND AS- SERTS AUTHORITY IN SECOND INNING. NINE MEN WITH COACH MAR: TIN MAKE TRIP TO ENTER T. I. A. A. EVENTS. "UNBEATABLE JINX" AGAIN IN- TERVENES JUST BEFORE -CURTAIN RAISED. 1800 HEAR CLOSING ADDRESS Last Appearance of Popular Evan- gelist Is Marked With Pack- ed Auditorium. Before an audiences of some 1(KX) people Charlie Taylor delivered his lecture on "Hitting the High Spots in Europe With Prexy" Monday night at the First Bap titt Church. The lecture was chock full o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 May 1922

j kH 0 iv i - 9lp5Kttaon3Brmri ffupiMi Waatty by tl Man CM la th htre of tM Bash l Stauoom CoHosje. tMatfct m Saooad Claw Mai Matter Um Pott Office at Abilene. T at SsftWcriptian Prkfc per yr. $2.00 hfaaaber of tha Tmh Iirtec-ColWglete Pratt Ofkat Flnt Flaw Satswts BhBg. PahHtM Back SatwtvUy Morntaa;. HOWARD BARRETT Edftor-WCkWf CHARLES C BRADSIIAW Buahnaa Manager THE STAFF: Hooter H. Hrtt.. MatMglag Editor lUyaeetW WflrlCir0ttltkm Manager MMralJfe WMaWJtark . A Robert J. Vtria Teasate Paw FatlMsuu ' . y-Alumnl t Sports 'ersonals Religious Activities Features Joke 0BJMCTIOKABLE DISTURBANCES. CM aad'tba Sanion workl In con)e ttoa. "Die Adventure of Grandpa" proved a fait Hftaneial atap bt other matters in. terrened to such an asMM thai 11 was nec- essary Jo give tht entertainment during esaminatioq week. Following this the play vrat cwriod. te Beighboring towns with the result that rain overtook' them In one "place andpnseily aero Weather In an' ether netting as Mebtedneee for the tw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 May 1922

-V r- A r v '.': Cm lStv?V .' ' fl 4'3 : "? .anrsh'' -e. Tawr'. .'.! wrv?i im;-' .r. - -r At v'S .4" " .! '' . r :' ' '.' I fr.'V m- lys t. V S ' - ! 1 1 . V . . . 7 ' ' 1 " ' $ k. ... TheSedrct Service O'Stein-Bloch Clothes ZrRENDEREDy77wFiMijlNNEH Tailoring Smart BeiDare of Idols IDith Claij Feet his season the man who puts Price upon a pedes- tal will quickly find out that hisidolhas Clay Feet. Noth.- ing more ever shows in your clothes than goes into your clothes. That's the immut- able law of Give-and-Take. Our prices are generously fair for garments that are genuinely fine. They are enduringly hand-tailored so that their Style is one-and-indivisible with the garment. Don't reckon clothes-cost by dollar's outlay but by days and weeks and months of ad- mirable honorable service. & M I Ahiltnt's Faverltt ihopplnt Placi mot qUAUTY-M. JjpSBIgl?0CTTOnmfflfflmMiiiiMm 1 Stylish Straw .Sailors For Men and Young Men NO other articlo of a man's apparel is looked forward to with more ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 May 1922

r H JuUlMtfMlillllWIBIPL Your New Spring Oxfords Are Here All the Young Fellows Like 'Em Kb fellow ivho like style with u bit of dash in it here arc the Shoes for yon. If you want something everybody isn't wearing como to our store. Just a little different arc our new Spring Oxfords yet within the bounds of good tasto and moderately priced at $500 $600 $6-50 up to $1000 TWO PAIRS HERE TO ONE ELSEWHERE YAGER SHOE COMPANY 201 PINE STREET ra m id nHrtwiWBaT8lim(tBWD(ftgtoiart)ai0tBtmmmitD9i(D(nroiBI Charlie Gives Lecture (continued from pace one) .investigation of it he -was a strong sup- p6rtcr of the movement so long as it Jived Up to the high ideals jt held as he fourid in his investigation. He also gavo his position on the question of dancing which was dial he did not dance that he did not hold that a person could not be a Chris tian and dance but that their influence as a Christian was lessened or destroyed if they did so. He then told of how he came to know his wife and when and ...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 May 1922

I E& High School Edition Into 2300 Homes This Week t v r & Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ADILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 13 1922. IWW31 mt f immonsBrmii. j. i. mtB sF wt"lk. .. r W if K J n-ii. STUDENT OFFICERS FOR COMING YEAR ELECTED HERE TUESDAY ONLY 248 BALLOTS CAST IN ELECTION ALVIS STEPHENSON AND FUL.- LER CHOSEN FOR l'LAULS IN ASSOCIATION. RUN-OFF FOR BRAND MAN'GER Nowlin and Williams Fail to Get Majority; Homer Hutto to Edit Brand Next Year. Only 218 otcs less than half the stu- dents were cast in the election Tuesday of officers for the year 1922-23. True to the expectations expressed in tho Brand last week opposition developed in every office except that of the Brand. Mr. Homer H. Hutto was the only candidate for that office and was chosen unanim- ously. . Two of the races thrit of vice-president of the Students' Association and business manager of the Brand had three candi- dates. W. A. Stephenson was chosen for the former office with a big majority re- ceiving 163 votes. For...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 May 1922

'ft 596 ' '.' i u fc-V '-- : rvJ & 'WJt ' AJ-.T' . .b jPMiM(Mntia ?.y. ga1 ! CPtg3 ' ' " CUM Mall Matur at at Akikaa. Tatta. SaAwMUuu Priw par jmi jKLOO at tU T Urn CaDaajaf Praw rim fkm Scta-ae BmIMIm- HOWAM) BARRETT EtHla-rfetttf CHARLES C MADSHAW r srrrt HoaaarRHatt MMh-Ed HmmA fttmlMliiM Maaaaar Strati Dwrla Waaki Btr . . W. A. aHahltlB. PMfMtMM laUrt J. fcaMi BrftafrMrAwtyttf fwk faafw Imokm Mm Panama iJk StcktMmM 5n4 TO BKH SCHOOL STUDENTS. It it the fM-feaga tW Brawl mm- 1 f ywMlak tfcfa malt aw aAtfwt of Uhi Braad that k iMi nhtIwm Uw of faiiat IMngtm to twfeUsh. That attkioM k tka Mgk seboel natnW rhlkhafi in taa am wit fens. la tka hulimlng aatwii to you e4n- araariafa f att taa atadaMs of Ska- Vt hope tkat yatt wtll tk tMa af the Brand lad k phrasing its diatom tkat aabtk quality tkat gaat to aaaka Staia-nm Coll age a real in- Mkmlm af mmk. It la the wkih of all that ytm r year Harlan eoMMafatktM. la a Htiag tariyfetg Mac kjeatklea; tke life of eel- tkat Ja h 'be prao...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 May 1922

AT'1 Cowboys Break Even With Daniel Baker (Con'lnued from page one.) when Mitchell made a clean tingle Meal Ing second. Blair failed to do any good but Withenpoon aent a drive to the out field. Holllngsworth fumbled the ball and Mltchel scored. In the sixth Yeager rapped out a long one to deep right that sent htm to third base. A bad throw to third sent him scurrying lilmc and a close decision at the plate retired the locals. In the eighth Yeager sent a double to deep left. Tay- lor coming up next rapped the first ball over the ball hitting within three feet of the top of the left field fence. Yeager scored and Hull retired the locals. The line-ups' Simmons ab h r e a po Tabor ss . . 4 0 0 2 S 0 McAllister c ... : . 4 0 0 0 14 Randel 1 3 0 0 0 0 18 Holllngsworth m 3 0 110 0 Gibson 1 ... .. 3 0 0 0 0 1 Yeager 2 .... .... 2 2 10 2 1 Taylor t.i .3 2 0 0 0 1 Hull 3.. ...3 0 0 0 2 2 Hunter p 3 0 0 0 4 0 Total ' 28 4 2 3 14 27 Daniel Baker ab h r e a po Withenpoon ss ........ 4 0 0 1 2 3 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 May 1922

iiiLiiiuimiiunimiuBiimiimjw T5r The Omanal H W FOOTWEAR FOR THE GRADUATION AND PRECED- ING FESTIVITIES No miss needs to be told the importance of correct shoes to wear with her party frocks and graduation dress. HERE aro assortments so carefully collected that you havo but to choose the stylo which pleases you most know- ing that all of them aro in the mode. WHITES IN KID AND LINEN PATENTS SATINS AND BLACK KID PRICED AT $4.50 5.00 6.00 UP TO $10.00 YAGER SHOE COMPANY ' 201 PINE STREET Tabor High Point Man in T. I. A. A. Meet' (Con'Inued from pniro one.) ALOHA CLUB HAS MAY BREAKFAST THURSDAY JUST THE CUSHION FOR YOU THIS SUMMER! THE KOOL K00SHI0N PREVENTS PERSPIRATION DRY COOL COMFORTABLE In Motoring In the Office Or at Home Saves laundry bills and qlothcs. Get yours now before our stock is exhausted. PRICED AT $4.50 . BRIGGS ROBERTSON MOTOR CO. Phone 321 BLACK AND WHITE SERVIGE 3rd at Cypress fflMMWMPflffliraHBmMHMWD tnmpmmtrjfflrrHBainiDrcra THE COMMERCIAL BARBER SHOP Has changed h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 May 1922

IgSBBSSSS WHtP'towwwwpWWB I ft Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 20 1922. Number 32 T COWDEN HALL BURNS SUNDAY AFTERNOON 2:40 & m? Jftmmaas Brmifl Pi. P i ii it- I m NEW OFFICERS GIVEN INITIATION TUESDAY ELECTION OF BUSINESS MAN- AGER OF BRAND IS ALSO HELD. ALVIS LAYS DOWN RULES Requests That If Violations Arc Made Students Must Not Get Caught In Act. Tlio new officers recently elected for the students -council by the students of Sim- mons College took the oath of office at the chapel period this morning. Horace Tatum and Miss Willie Ray Mc- Donald retiring president and secretary took their usual places on the stage and called the assembly to order. After the minutes of the last meeting were read it was decided that since Mr. Nowlin and Mr. Kaympnd Williams neither received a majority in the race for the position of business manager of the Brand the winner should be decided by acclamation. After the crowd had called both the candidates forward and the candidate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 May 1922

; If hM MM af lL fta f3M itafl aLMsa Net Oflos at AbOaae. Taaae. Qy'J I j'. IJatttex at te Tawa W-ColhtUu Presel HOWARD BARRETT CHARLES C BRAD9HAW THE STAFF: H. Hatto Maaeajat i WaHaass Csroatettsa M MMMDm. . A. Hiiliiin JMrttJ. SaaJ VJjk My I i EeW Sporty i r WBTrflW Tf JteMgJea Aettrfcle ImtaiM Jokes leas Eplaa U. S..1M. HVmm Cerley NewUa 'MwmMm Peraan Clara fcat erlgbwtasL Filsaaa k k mm M ow thaa dm fat te the mwM kqr Mam to give even lea awwiHaw t what k oaderukea i what la natty aWe than did Uta person win fowl easae twa or ttoree aoaaW year ae. Wa an Unaljr of the opinion that the eradenta sheaM get Wrfnd the pageant ftd give k all the sappert that they ara aUa to give k. The Taaaa who is Mt eaoagh Intereatad in the history of We ew tot to go se far aa to assist In the per- ttayal of that history U certainly ttet nwah af a Utlaiu and deserves little ooaeWera- Hen.. If We he a supposed nan than he om aa Iktie or no manhood and if the ha a supposed woman then the possesses Ihtl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 May 1922

""" ' - - ' " I t -f I 4 -" 1 5:. ?' -f!'"l Mi '4t' & & . SiV i . i'e. ' SB I !5 spy ?.: - ?s M Vv 4' H - .V' ' f iSv.!W ... . ' sl v '' r . H iv " esj;- i :t ) P. . :t I'' '; " I ' IM Toiii College Men Here Are Clothes Styled for You Correct Stylo for Every Occasion Await You Here! Suits for Graduation and after . Suits for Vacation Wear Suits for Business or Sports They ate fine materials In the newest colorings Sergers Gabardines Tweeds Worsteds In handsome patterns and plain shades The designing expresses the lastest fashion trend In a pleasing way. The tailoring is dono by specialists assuring perfect workmanship Clothes that unques- tionably represent the highest standard of quality and value. Stein-Bloch Kirschbaum and Langham Clothes The kind of Clothes which arouses the enthusiasm of men who want nifty good fitting up-to-the -minute lines in their Clothes. And right now while the sale is on there s dollars off the cost of' these Suits. All $45.00 Suits now. . . J38....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 May 1922

ni -l in...ain Simmons I'ak Two u (Coallmied (rem pg est). SimMftM Takes Tkird Debate Prom Baylor (Continued from tg- one.) Wc? tvl L?1' JTi Rt FOOTWEAR FOR THE GRADUATION AND PRECED- ING FESTIVITIES Ne m5e needs to b told the importance of correct "shoes to wear wkh her party frocks and graduation dress. HERE are assortments so carefully collected that you have but to choose the style which pleases you most know- ing that all of them are in tho mode. IF WHITES IN KID AND LINEN PATENTS SATINS AND BLACK KID PRICED AT H50 5.00 6.00 UP TO $10.00 YAGER SHOE COMPANY 281 PINE STREET THE BRIGGSR0BERTS0NM0T0RC0. OFFERS GASOLINE BELOW SCHEDULE FOR A PERIOD IN OUR DISAPPROVAL OF INFLATED PRICES. WE ASK YOUR SUPPORT IN FIGHTING THE TRUSTS THE COMMERCIAL BARBER SHOP Has changed hands and is noy catering to Simmons students. REEVES & COWSER MANAGERS 1032 NORTH FIRST ST. COME AND SEE US mmmmmmmrmwmtmmmi 8mmm&mmmm&wmmmmm THE PLACE TO GET YOUR PICNIC EATS WE ARE PREPARED TO HANDLE YOU I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 May 1922

" fvvp- Bf -mfe ; COMAL EDITION '"! -y o(' i muttons Brand ? Vol. VI SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 27 1922. Number 33 PAGEANT TO BE STAGED NEXT MONDAY EVENING FOUR SOCIETIES ELECT FALL TERM OFFICERS ThS GORDON WEIR ELECTED TO LEAD CLASS OF '23 EUFAULA WISE SECRETARY; SWEATERS AND RINGS BE SELECTED. APPRECIATION VOTE GIVEN MR. CAMPBELL J. M.RADFORD MAKES LIBRARY VALUABLE GIFT PATHE NEWS WILL PROBABLY FILM ENTIRE PER. FORMANCE. MANAGEMENT ENTHUSIASTIC Abilene -Business Men Cooperating Willi College Giving Free Advertising. The pageant "Texas Under Six Flags" to be given by the students of Simmons College next Monday evening will bo seen by Americans from New York to San Francisco and from Canada tp Browns- lllc If the present plans mature. The Palhe News Service In two telegrams to Mr. T. N. Carswcll Bursar of Simmons College has indicated that one of its rep- resentatives will likely be on the ground and film the entire pageant. Those who are directing tho work ex- press...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 May 1922

S"T bVM5HflUMiftBntM& Waath Wt Km Fmm to taa latanai af Hiii Ji hi af aa QmaJ Cha Maliatabar tka Pa Oflca at AMI Taaaa. 9hMiptkM Price par yaar $2.00 af taa Taaaa MXfOWagUte PreM fltat FUar la QaiKUi tftujlls K aa"aaaj purawfwn iaUaaaaaWaf VamUv Ititftl H. HUTTO &feKln-Cht( RAYMOND WILLIAMS Baaiaeaa Mgr. COW DEN HALt-AN APPRECIATION. 0 By Ottmr Henry'Cepr Taa aaatmctlaa. of Cawasa Hall by fire laealav miiiilii ef J Bomlrtwttefi. The iaMal coaaajrtaa for Cewdon Hall oarae fraaa Brother m4 Staler C W. Cowden In IMS. They were attondlsg 'the Comonce- .aaaat and were pints in the College Vteene Arm Mall vres helsg built for the gfak. Brother Cewniea h4 a eon Clar aaoa in attanaaaoe1 and residing in' one of die coHaaea. He had eoate from the New Maxim MHttary larthtrte ami bad been led M Christ en the aay diet he entered SlmmaM by' .seeae of the beys in the col- Jaa. The hwe-fer die college inspired by this fact In the hearts of hie father and mother was deep 'and tender. Brother...

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