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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 May 1922

h We .Wish to Express Our Appreciation for the liberal patronage you boys of Simmons have given us during the year. Only a few more days left and then COMMENCEMENT For the occasion we have made arrangements ttj care for' your every want jn Men's Furnishings Shoes Hats and Clothing. . Neelu-Barnes "THE STORE FOR YOU" KBfflUflUfflKMWWimffltlffl: 3fflMwsHmumM Tlio Rcwurd (continued from page one). the' train stopped nt a small town In the Eastern part of the State. Bryce alighted from the train and was immediately sun rounded with a host of admiring friends and relatives. Although ho was treated royally during his stay at home and given every kind of entertainment possible ho never once forgot' Louise. Ho remained at homo only' two weeks for ho was anxious to get. to New York and. learn his chosen work. Accordingly in three weeks after receiving liis A. B Degree at Blanket Col- lege; he was making fast progress in his studies at the largest radio school in Amer- ica. Ono night about tw...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 May 1922

K '" f -J" "T '" m 1. i fc y miner 57oes 7a 7be tfi Mark of Fashion J' Bg" " r Styles that will be wanted in both vacation and stay-at-home wardrobes. ' They present many novel ideas in styling which are first aids to summer time comfort and good looks. triced at J3.50 4.00 4.50 UP TO $10.00 L Lovely Summer Hosiery at $1.25 $1.50 UP TO $4.50 YAGER SHOE COMPANY ltafaclo 1 liar. Fails on Hifth Note Aria Here (Con Inucd from page one ) 201 PINE STREET ? RasrssMJHESMffiiKsafflOTajasaHcaKafis THE BRIGGSROBERTSON MOTOR CO. OFFERS GASOLINE BELOW SCHEDULE ' "FOR A PERIOD IN OUR DISAPPROVAL OF INFLATED PRICES. WE ASK YOUR SUPPORT IN FIGHTING THE TRUSTS KBfl5gaMffimmtm5f)mfflffl iwiaiimim;n!iitBtBiBiBii;u(iKi);mjJiiiuimmuiiiiiKcmmfliiiimaim!niixpia THE COMMERCIAL BARBER SHOP Has changed hands and is now catering to Simmons students. REEVES .& C0WSER MANAGERS 103? NORTH FIRST ST. COME AND SEE US MMMMMMMtaflttWMM1imBimifflrotfmffltt!lTlTS THE PLACE TO GET YOUR PICNIC EATS WE ARE PREPARED TO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 September 1922

ftjUtJ'- rv l- . ) w Lj ! 'TSC v immonsBnmd Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1922. Number 1 a K mm "f r 7 COWBOYS WILL OPEN SEASON SEPTEMBER 23 FIRST GAME WITH NEW MEX- ICO MILITARY INSTITUTE AT ROSWELL. GOOD GAMES ARE SCHEDULED Five Letter Men and Many New Can- didates Will Report For Initial Workout. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE. Sept. 23 New Mexico Military Insti- tutc at Roswcll. Sept. 30 New Mexico A. & M. at West Texas Fair Abilene. Oct. 7 Baylor University at Waco. Oct. 14 T. C. U. at Wichita Falls. Oct. 20 Trinity University at Abilene. Oct. 27 Northwest Texas Normal at Canyon. Nov. 44 Austin College at Abilene. Nov. 11 Open date. Nov. 17 Daniel Baker at Abilene. Thanksgiving Howard Panc at Brownwood. Football practice will start Sept. 15th (Friday) and with a number of last year's men back and worlds of new material re- porting Coach A. B. Hayes expects by in- tensive training to whip into shape a husky bunch of Cowboys to face the New Mexico Military ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 September 1922

J . K tf u fl5ftmnws Brand J" C3tb In the Ifttorert of I'm Student EwHwj m SgwhwI CIm Mall Matter at ' the Poet Offfee at AbUeM. Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Tsm Inter-Collegiate Press Offtee: First Fleer Seience Building. Pabliehed Eaeh Saturday Morning. 'HOMER H. HUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Jluainess itgr. WELCOME. The Brand joiiw the faculty in a hearty wekese to all students both old and new who are entering Siirimons College. .If you are an old student you know and understand this welcome. But to those who are entering for the first time we wish ' to emnhaeke our greeting. We realise from experience1 that In all likeli- hood yew" first few days we hope it will be rery few will be lonesome ones. But tbk ie only natural because you are in a new atmosphere one that is far different from that which you hare been accus- tomed to. The confusion incidental to setting the college machinery in motion ancLttte seeming slowness with which things c mere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 September 1922

IHMHHHHWtWHWWWJMJIUILHMliBJIlllJllJmiL IBC9BBXEHEH9ti wMgmmmmmgmmggmmm GREETINGS TO SIMMONS ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY EXTENDS HEARTY AND SIN- CERE GREETINGS TO THE FACULTY AND STUDENT BODY OF SIMMONS COLLEGE. WE ARE MIGHTY GLAD YOU ARE ALL HERE AND GLAD THAT YOUR STAY IS TO BE FOR ALMOST A YEAR. SHOULD YOU NEED ANYTHING IN THE PRINTING STEEL OR COPPER PLATE ENGRAVING LINES WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO CALL AND SEE US. WE ALSO CARRY A VERY COMPLETE LINE OF HIGH GRADE RING BOOKS PENS PENCILS INKS LOOSE LEAF SHEETS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES. A CALL WILL BE HIGHLY APPRECIATED. WE PRINT THE BRAND AND WILL PRINT THE 1923 BRONCO. i I m . I wssm & -. "isT i 1 y -' - J 'i '4 I ' i 1 ' I '' I - ''.v'Sil?':;; " ABILENE PRINTING COMPA N IN FRONT OF QUEEN THEATRE "WE DO A LITTLE MORE THAN IS EXPECTED." itQMfltiKttMlMKlHH) Y flUKMUUWKBflSG iMffiffiMnKiKfflfflfflMn THE BEREAN CLASS of the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Extends a cordial welcome to nil young men between the ages seventeen and twenty-one to meet w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 September 1922

k. iimiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiii'fiiiiii'ii iiiiiiiiuinir'iiiriiT'iiirprTTirrirrTTirriTrniiif Stronft Faculty Chosen ' (Conlnucd from pngo ono.) Cowboys Will Open Season (continued from page one). rasffljraHHHMnrato l IUOO V T3 READY WITH School Supplies AND Things to Wear FOR BOYS AND GIRLS FOR YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN GOING TO SCHOOL AND COLLEGE T AhUnt'l FtvriH V anwoea .& quality-M VALue-senwce BCfflXKKIIJQ5C5a5iifl55iBll!fl8MI!) 30D HOOJRAY HOORAY HOORAY! The Gangs All Here IIHIHlHMMHntlfflaHllH 1! i 11 t S B i K K K K 1! It w H R i si it it . ii it )( autti WE GIVE THREE CHEERS FOR SIMMONS YOU GIVE THREE CHEERS FOR . Mead's Quality Bread EAT IT AND GROW WISE. MEAD BAKING COMPANY PHONE 28 BElfflfflffl8JffliQnffl0CHITO EflfflfflS5fflMmfii0ffiMQug5CaiM QUALITY SHOE SHOP The proper place to have your shoes repaired. We have one of the hest equipped shoe repair shops in the state. We make your old shoes new again. 0. B. BYNUM PROP. 176 CYPRESS STREET ABILENE TEXAS I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 September 1922

immansBnmd C Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1922. Number 2 CO-ED ATHLETICS TO RE- CEIVE MORE ATTENTION SENIOR CLASS HOLDS IMPORTANT MEETING STUDENTS COUNCIL HOLDS FIRST MEETING OF YEAR DRAMATICS CLUB WILL PRESENT "STARBUCKS" COWBOYS OPEN SEASON TODAY WITH N. M. M. 1. THIRTY-FIRST SESSION. OPENED THURS. MORNING BASKET BALL PRACTICE BEGIN IN A VERY FEW DAYS. TO FIFTY-THREE ATTEND FIRST MEETING; SWEATERS HAVE ARRIVED. YELL LEADERS ELECTED; IN- STRUCTIONS ARE GIVEN FRESHMEN. OTHER PLAYS TO BE SELECTED AND STAGED DURING THE YEAR. FIFTEEN MEN ACCOMPANIED BY COACH AND MANAGER GO TO ROSWELL. SEVERAL HUNDRED STUDENTS AND PATRONS ATTEND EXERCISES. fijffrjl 1 r r H it SCHEDULE BEING ARRANGED polk Games and Gymnastic Perform- J ances Will Feature This Year. The importance of Physical Training for women is being recognized in Simmons as never before. Under the direction of Miss Willie Ray McDonald director of Wom- an's Athletics plans are being made for the biggest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 September 1922

f""T'"1r't!HWf "W " -yrfiwwgnwtmjii wininj)nii tiwmnumpi mnni wj inj i iu.-' " ' wi i i ihii wfjftaipyiilippwwwyywwwi Ik.' M.A Ifn' IM lb IV f. i k C n f u Published Weekly by the Simmon Press Club in the Interest of tho Student Body of Simnions College. Entered a Second Claw Mail Matter at the Port Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. OfHcoi First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMER H. HUTTO ..Editor-in-Chief .. L....-..WC H...1 tr ' RAYMONU Williams "'"" Reporters: Alberta Howell Bettie Vaughn Nelson Hutto W. A. Stephenson Chauncey Gar- rison Forney Nowlin. . i o " GET SOME PEP. n-t. .J.. tiinriW with the New Mexico aggregation starts the Cowboys oil en the season and the eyes of Simmons ate upon the team which is expected to emerge with a Purple and Gold victory this afternoon and continue . victorious throughout the season with a final tri- umph on that fatal Thanksgiving day...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 September 1922

mjmn'9 "'.mvvuiwtv iwMjitfwt"j'"wii''jjn mnnum0mpvmrifnv .'4 n ; f H i il M- . I I f :& ' . - ; r;J H $ T ' s 1 ;?!; -:Njfc'. t IWWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllkMWiimitaflM BUY YOUR SUPPLIES AT Simmons College Book Store IT IS RUN FOR THE STUDENTS AND BY STUD- ENTS. WE HAVE YOUR BOOKS FOUNTAIN PENS EVERSHARPS MEMORY BOOKS STATIONERY PENNANTS TENNIS GOODS COLLEGE JEWELRY AND EVERY OTHER STUDENT NOVELTY. Simmons College Book Store H BflaggflfflgiaiiiHiMaiMmfflu glfflSHEESaKMBISCnS B SIMMONS STUDENTS We invite you one nnd all to visit our modern equipped photo and pptical studio nt the old Robinson stand. WE HAVE RECENTLY MOVED OUR BABY GRAND STUDIO to this location. Make'this place your headquarters while in town. T. S. HIGGINBOTHAM PHOTOGRAPHER & OPTOMETRIST 8 H ifflfflaafflfflawKMiHUMuM THE GREATEST ASSET TO AN EDUCATION is perfect and comfortable vision have your eyes examined by D: F. MOORE YOUR OPTOMETRIST 209 PINE STREET MPMMflMKMKBMflM TO THE STUDENTS OF SIMMONS COLLEGE -We. exten...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 September 1922

TWif HBBEHaDOMUMuTuMI Thirty-First Session (Continued Itnm page one). Former Students Marry (continued from page one). g-MMffliMMWMMMM I J 1 High Grade School Shoes for Boys and Girls Boys' Brown Bluchcr army last soft toe 2 to 5 $4.50 Boys' Mahogany Calf leather Rugby Inst new perforated toe "like dad wears" 2y2 to 5 - : ROQ Boys' Brown Calf Leather Shoes medium round toe Andovcr last 2V2 to 5y2 $4.50 Boys' Soft Tip army Inst shoe 12 to 2 $4.00 Boys' English Inst good quality calf leather 12 to 2... $4.00 Misses Brown Calf Leather Oxfords 2i to 7 - $5.00 Misses Black Kid Low Heel Oxfords 2" to 7. $4.50 Children's School Shoes a large- collection of the best grades in all sizes from 8y2 to 2.. $2.50 $3.50 $4.50 Jfc titUnt'l TtttriU QUALITY-J EL 3BHB1 TOWTOiMiKlHSfflfflffltlKK RADIO COURSE BEING OFFERED. THIS TERM i A course in Radio in theory and prac- tice is being offered this fall with Mr. Warren Wood one of the best Rodlo oper- ators in this part of the state as instruct- or. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 September 1922

Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1922. Number & COWBOYS MEET NEW MEXICO AGGIES TODAY JUNIOR CLASS ELECTS OFFICERS FOR YEAR HODGES-MINGUS WEDDING IS SOLEMNIZED TUESDAY MR. J. L JONES DIES AT STAMFORD HOME SUNDAY WAS TRUSTEE OF SIMMONS FOR TEN YEARS FRIEND TO PRESIDENT. FIRST CHURCH GIVES BANQUET TO STUDENTS Get Acquainted Period Followed By "Drama-Comedy" and "Light Lunch." COWBOYS SWAMP CADETS IN OPENING GAME SAT. J M : i h I 11 ii COACH BERGMAN HAS VETER- AN LINE-UP INCLUDING THREE ALL-STARS. STAGE IS SET AT FAIR PARK Cowboys Are In Fair Condition For Hard-Fought Game Here To-day. Tho Simmons Cowboys will play one of the hardest games of season when tliey meet Coach Bergman's New Mexico Ag- gies on the Fair Park Gridiron today (Sat- urday.) Tntrnitivn trnininc linn hern the order of the day at Parramore Field this week and since the Cowboys dm not sutler any se- rious injuries in the game with N. M. M. 1 last Saturday they arc in fairly good con- di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 September 1922

I ; -'.rf 1MMiii1 .Weekly by SlmOM Frees CMt hi the Interest of the Student Entered m Seeend Class MaU. Matter at the Pot Office at Abilene. Texas. St&soription Price pr year....$2.00 Member pi the Texas Inter-Collegiate Pre Assentation. Office: First Fleer Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. . . . ? - ' ' ' ' 1 ' HOMER H. 1IUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Mgr. ULMER S. BIRD. Managing Editor Reporter: Scett W. Hickcy Nelson T.utto Bettie Vaughn Phil Little Frankle Curry Gordon Weir Mab Hill Alberta Howell'. Jural Jordan-Arthur Bullock Scott Johnson o AN EXPLANATION. Last weeks' issue of the Brand was the first to be circulated through the mail to the students this term consequently there was a world of work and red tape connect ed wkh the securing checking and the "setting up" of the mailing list to cover the present circulation of the Brand which includes some five hundred students and an equal number of alumni and ex-students. All this 'Work fell ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 September 1922

I'HWHW' MRS. SANDEFER WRITES ABOUT 'OTIC VIRTUE" Editor of the Brand i 1 1 am enclosing tome information which will be of interest to you for publication in tho Brand. Youra sincerely Mrs. J. D. Sandefer. V I appreciate having tho opportunity yes- terday to see the statue "Civic Virtue" and 1 thought it might bo of interest to .Simmons students in that the funds for tho building of this statue were provided in a bequest from Mr. Angelina Crane of N V tl mnttior nf Mr FMIlh f!rnne " . ..... ..-- Simmons wifo of Dr. Robert S. Simmons son of James JJ. Simmons founder of Simmons College. Mrs. Angelina Crane was a member of an old if. Y. family and a relative of Grover Cleveland. Tho funds for tho building of this statue were pro' vided by Mrs. Crane who died 20 years ago. This lund which tho city oi newi York held for this purpose amounted to $125000. The statue is erected in City Hall Park facing City Hall. It is the largest ever designed by an American sculptor and is said to liavo be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 September 1922

. ' K ft. jflfen ilfore Stetson Hats at Campbell's This Year Than Eiter Before When you see the styles good dressers aro wearing you are reviewing the Hats this store is selling. Wc suggest that your Fall purchase he made where the styles you ad mire are found in broadest assortment. Stetsons $7.00 up. OUR FALL SPECIAL. $5.00 qUAUT-MVALUB-SEnWCC I mBDhmDBm jnnHffiwWiiMiii IwaraSSSH iamfofflBflM Cowboys Swamp Cadets (Continued from page one). was substituted for Knox failed to gain. Kimbrough made three. Adams followed getting away for a fifteen yard gain. Fol- lowing a four yard gain by Kimbrough and a yard by Adams Camp failed to gain and Kimbrough kicked thirty yards to Godfrey.. Smith kicked thirty yards but it was returned. By a series of line bucks Adams and Camp carried the ball rapidly down the field within striking dis- tance of. the Institute's goal and Camp ran the remaining twelve yards for the first touchdown. Kimbrough failed to kick goal. Score Simmons 6 Institute 0. K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 October 1922

-- . : . Vol. VII.- SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 7. 1922. Number 4 COWBOYS AND BEARS FACULTY MEMBERS GIVE STUDENT ELECTION WILL BE HELD OCTOBER 12TH "PEPPY" SIMMONS PARADE OPENS "COLLEGE DAY" NEW MEXICO AGGIES DEFEAT COWBOYS 6-0 LAST QUARTER PROVES FATAL WHEN SLUSSER BLOCKS JOHNSON'S PUNT. CLASH AT WACO TODAY PROGRAM AT WICHITA M CLASSES SELECT CANDIDATES FOR COUNCIL AND ASSEMBLY. SIMMONS SPIRIT RUNS . RIFE THROUGHOUT LAST DAY OF FAIR. Wwlfacmim&femaik y 4 i.. w it i? SIMMONS FACING STRONGEST TEAM WILL MEET THIS -SEASON EVERY MAN BACK THIS YEAR Smarting Under Last Year's Defeat Cowboys Will Attempt Re- venge on Veterans. When Coach Hays' Cowboy invade Car- roll Field today at Waco they will face the strongest team that Simmons will meet this year. A powerful contender in the Conference last' year Coach Bridges' squad has every man back this year. Fresh from an easy victory over Denton Normal in the first game of the season tho Bears in perfect condition await t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 October 1922

uifWfww'iwfM&wv'vwwwpmmmv .Fwitw'Wfywypiwww 5rt)pSimmonsDrand Published Weekly by the Simmon Press Club In the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as Second Class Mall Matter at the Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Pride per year. $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Prest Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning HOMER II. IIUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Mgr. ULMER S. BIRD Managing Editor STAFF WRITERS t Alberta Howell' Myrtle Barber Charles Smith Forney Nowlln Phil Little Nelson Hulto Reporters for This Issue Elizabeth Fry Corden Weir Myrtle Barber Charles Smith Nelson Hutto Frankle Curry. Bettie Vaughn Cerald Jor- dan Mab Hill Scott Johnson Alberta Howell. o DEFEAT Last Saturday the Cowboys went down for their first defeat of the season but this should be no discredit to them for we must remember that the Cowboy team is still in the making. The first defeat came much earlier in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 October 1922

gn nr "ffV'V'f; fvwfrT'-vf Tf 5 V- C-r V' J- &. ''' i Vf i y i BEANS AND FLAPPERS FEATURE SENIOR FROLIC SENIORS LEAVE DIGNITY ON CAMPUS AND ELAY "THREE DEEP" Jelly beans and flapperslll Thats' what happened to be the feature of the Senior frolic last Monday evening at the German Gardens. The second social event of the Senior Class for the year proved indeed to be more than mere entertainment. The dig- nity of the class was left on the campus and all engaged in such games as "We're Marching 'Round tho Levy" and "Three Deep" until the president Called the body to order. Nominations were entertained for a jelly-bean and assistant. Mr. Lewis (Red Animal Suey) Smith receiving chief's place with Homer (Daldy) Hutto a close assistant. Then class flappers were at once sug- gested which culminated In the election of Ycwell (Mush) Cornelius and Morris Cowdcn as chief and assistant flappers. Mr. Forney Nowlin was elected as a member of the tack-hammer duet to choose his assistant and funct...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 October 1922

HBHHHNSMiiiHiiimiuiuiiiiamfflimMiM Men's Sweaters Handsome Wool Sweaters of the good Bradley make irt all colors and combinations of colors. In light weight Jerseys heavy pull-overs and Golf Coats both in tho large rib and hook stitch knit. Jersey Sweaters 83.00 to... .$6.00 Golf Coats of the highest grade Tom Wye made priced $8.75 Pull-over and Coat Sweaters $3.50 to $14.00 MEN'S HIGH GRADE WINTER UNDERWEAR Cooper's Union Suits Kenosha Ktoscd Crotch Unions in light medium and heavy weights regulars and stouts short or long sleeves. Union Suits of quality for particular men; in n wide range of prices $2.00 $2.50 nnd $3.00 Men's Rihhcd Union Suits of good quality medium or heavy winter weight all sizes and priced at.. $100 $1.50 and $2.00 I Now Mexico Agftics Defeat Cowboys 6-0 continued from page one) The Aggies opened an end attack in the second quarter sending the halves out in long end runs. Three attempts advanced the' ball only seven yards and Duffy sent a 33-yard punt down to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 October 1922

"W wwwwHiiiinmjmuini'Uiy jjuw wirpiiwmwwmww W 'P F"l WIjjp 'VJJ' W frtrw.w Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 14 1922. Number 5 WpWWPPWWPfpwpilpliijiiiliiimi mi j fflf ? iwiB0ii0 Brli 'I . tt - I I . !.. v k-v t Pf BRONCO MANAGERS FOR 24 ARE CHOSEN IN ELECTION THURSDAY RUN OFF- NECESSARY IN COUNCIL RACES ONLY 298 VOTES; MEN CAST- ING 168 AND THE CO-EDS 130. Complete returns from Thursday elec- tion show that tlid positions of Uronco editor and business manager Corral edi- tor one Junior council chair and alt leg- islative assembly scats have been filled but a run off will bo necessary in all Ju- dicial Council races. Nominees in Thursday's election arc as folloks: Editor of Bronco '1923-24 Thomas Dun- canj Business Manager Gerald Jordan. Editor of Corral Myrtle Barber. Junior Councilman---B. Locke Davis. Senior Assemblymen Mrs. Henry" Lit- tletonn Floyd 'Reeves Marshall Cpats Ben- nie Sanders and Clarence Thompson. Junior Assemblymen Rcgina Olsen Al- berta Howe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 October 1922

wrMfw"f" 'w r'ijii'VtPVf7fjggrWPSti''ttt'W"'.''lW .ywpfiwisswiipPIp nr-'-w pi)Hiit" iiW'j.'.wvv'g't""'"'''!'"' 'lr3yTl"r ' r r i '-nin" i K IK l. i i ' i i V SimmonsBrnnil Published Weekly by tho lmmon Pre Club in 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 Teias Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMER H. HUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS. Business Mgr. ULMEU S. BIIlD...i.Managing Editor STAFF WRITERS: Alberta Howell Forney Nowlin .Myrtle Barber ' Phil Little Charles Smith Nelson Hutto o ' Reporters for This Issue: Myrtle Barber Frantic. Curry Bettle Vaughn Arthur Bulluck Alberta Howell Mab Hill W A. . Stephenson Charles Smith Nelson Hutto Forney Nowlin Brann Garner Gorden Weir. i 0 ' ' DEFEAT.. Marshal Foch had no such -word in his rocabulary. This man who stands among the fir...

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