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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 October 1922

-r ixyit-irv J"l T-p j pr (r-rinV "W r Ta" "" T X ' TWJff ?w fyt'T rF""W i! ? p ' 'id IS It a - -is 3 i. " M'4 twfe? Wff I V hS Cowboys Play 1st T.I.A.A. Game Today Stage Set' for Big Battle Be- tween Cowboys and T. C. U. Horned Frogs at Wichita Falls Willi another week of hard scrimmage work and Intensive training behind them the Cowboy eleven will take the field against the. Texas Christian University Horned Frog? at Wichita Falls today in what promises to be ono of the .hardest grid battles of the season. From all appearances both teams aro in fairly good condition. The Cowboys emerged from the hard fought game with ' tlio ikylor Bears last Saturday with but a few minor injuries. Camp suffered a '-broken noso but will be able la start tho game. The- T. C. tf. eleven sustained no injuries of note in tlio gamo with Dal- las University. Both teams however have had some causaltics this week due to the severe training they have been subjected to by the anxious coaches. Two or three T ...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 October 1922

1 wjijiii uu'WJfeWfr-iA-' f"y lllyflwyti''TOl "ww"wmuwxwFiiMimT' Jnr W VI 'V r!rj?TW' " 7 "" V"" "WW" ! iiiuiiiiM SILK HOSE AT $ll00 Another demonstration of our ability to give supreme Values This stocking is guaranteed pure thread silk with fine lisle garter tops heels and toes. All colors now in stock An extraordinary value at .. $1.00 Ladies' Pure Thread Silk Hose with lislo garter (ops double heels and toes; all colors in stock.. ...$1.50 Pure Thread Silk Hose with clastic rib lop .. . $1.50 Ladies' Full Fashioned Pure Silk Hose lisle tops heels and toes. Qur leader and we make this price to secure wide distri- bution. All colors now in stocks $1.75 Ladies' Full Fashioned Pure Silk Hose lisle tops heels and toes; made of twelve strand silk ... $2.00 Ladies' Cotton and Lisle Hose in all the wanted colors and of the best standard makes .25c 35c 50c 75c and $1.00 Silk and Wool Hosiery A magnificent collection of the finest Wool Hosiery in the world. In our assortment will be found...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 October 1922

iWWiiP)WWFaWMPpgwiwqW j.ij gmwmi.nmnmnnimi II i Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 21 1922. Number 6 PEN RACE OPENS WITH FIVE CANDIDATES ALREADY LISTED FINE ARTS RECITAL GIVEN MONDAY NIGHT RUNOFF NOT NECESSARY IN STUDENT ELECTION COWBOYS AND HORNED FROGS BATTLE TO A TIE AT WICHITA EXPRESSION STUDENTS MAKE FIRST APPEARANCE; SMALL CROWD. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmvmmmmmHpmv O1" JfJ w $wmm$ &rm& t j w "T If: L 3 h I r ? The Bronco College Queen Contest which will feature the initial drive for subscriptions to the Annual was started Thursday at 10:30 o'clock with five candidates Misses Eufnula Wise Vera Smith Edna Ward Mildred Talbolt and Mildred Lockctt in the race. Three thousand votes arc required to nominate additional candidates. The race will ter- minate Saturday October 29 at 4:00 o'clock. Tlio drive was opened Thursday morn' ing at the Chapel period by Messrs. Iloyt Ford and John Alvis editor and business manager of the 1922-23 year book and after several spee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 October 1922

r w PuMMiwI Weekly by ike 3tmons Press Oak fai id Interest of the Student Body of Simmon College Kntared h Second Class Mali Matter al the Pet 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. HOMER IL HUTTO t...Editor-in-Chief IUYMOND WILLIAMS Business Mgr. ULMER 5. BiRD Managing Editor STAFF WRITERS: Alberta Howell Myrtle Barber Charles Smith Forney Nbwlin Phil Little Nelson Hutto Reporters for. This Issue: Forney Nowlin Gordon Weir Nelson Hutto Myrtle Barber Hoyt Ford Alberta Howell Mab Hill Frankie Curry Bettie Vaughn Charles Smith Ida Lillian Miller Phil Little Arthur Bullock. o AN EXPLANATION. The Brand management )ias no inten- tions of using the front page of the Brand as an advertising medium therefore we feel that we are due our readers and adver- tisers an explanation. There appeared on the froni page of the Brand last week a headed ...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 October 1922

K Tf"tol - iqc- ' '! 'rtV' . : ?;: . i if' " v ) t 1 V "t !V. ' 4 'A"." ' r. Vilf "':(' ' Wr k" V- j'.v- t i f?BHSJKH i aomavr?. r ?.;. ' ryjn . Jt'v TIGERS MEET COWBOYS AT ABILENE ON FRIDAY .Trinity University" will open its bid for tho football championship of tlto Texas In- icrcollcgiato Athletic Association Friday 'wV' October 20th. when it meets tho Simmons i&t1- - College Cowboys on the Baptists' own lot at Abilene. This will bo the first T. I. A. A. 'game the Tigers have paycd during the 1922 season as tho two initial games were with teams outsidi the conference. Despite tho failure of Trinity to smother the Dallas University squad and allowed the Catholics to hold them to a 0 to 0 score Coach Goodman s proteges stand a v.good .chance to win their first T. I. A. A- ' game. Coach Goodman put the twenty ' five first stringers through & gruelling scrimmage with the reserves. Tuesday the ; Weather conditions would not permit out- ' door work but an indoor workout in the g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 October 1922

up mmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmm Oiir Fall Feature in men's Good Suits $25 In our If nil Campaign of Value Giving we present nt $2500 Abilcnc's Greatest showing of good: clothes. In every detail and at overy point there ia thnt rigid insistence upon quality which wo maintain in our Men's Sections. These Fa)l Suits ard of all wool worsteds in grey and brown stripe patterns and blue serges. The excellence of fit tailoring style-clegancc and long service all combine to make suits such outstanding values at. ... j $25.00 Other great values in Men's Suits at $30 and up to $45 AHUnt't Nwlll V Canwoeud qUALITY-M Queen Race Opens. (Continued I mm page one). them this year's Bronco will be the best ever put out. That means that it will re- flect credit on Simmons College and on every student who had even the smallest part in making it a success jn a greater way than any publication of the college ever has before. 'O Cowboys Meet Tigers continued from page one) defense for a 45 yard run for a touchdown...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 October 1922

' r"Lf yifTT' -" "TTT r ( Voh VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ADILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 28 1922. Number i f I.WfPQ!1 J '''"'Wy'ipllpWWPlWWWIli'W'W 'J1! ""iWi'wu n Mpyy; wyi.mtfip .' Prry-1 i nfuwuyflfw" y-r-;r -a ""' C -fib immans 0rani C .-v"' N s 5f SIMMONS STUDENTS ATTEND 1 S. U. CONVENTION AT DENTON Slnimons' is being put pn the map in Denton today by fifty-six enthusiastic rooting boosting Slmmonites who left here Thursday night on the midnight train to attend the Stato D. S. U. Convention held' at Dentoni This is the best representation Simmons has ever had to the convention and they went determined to do everything in their power to bring the convention to Simmons next year.' Tiie students led here on a chartered Pullman at 12:20 o'clock Thursday night and got Into Fort Worth Friday morning where they met delegates from Howard Payne and John Tarleton colleges all going together oh special train from Fort Worth to Denton and arriving there in time" to hear Dr. Truett in his opening ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 October 1922

f Ite JHmm Brand S MRfj v vlWWOW 4alo e m Ssoond CIm feati -Matter at tha; Pe Oflee at AhiloM Texas. SwWcrtptio Prkw pr yr $2.00 Moathor of iWThm Irtw-CelUgkle Press Offfoe: First' jfTeor Se'mtee Kultdittf. Published feck Saturday Merni;.. HOMER H. HUTTO RA?litOND'WILLlAMS.. JEditor-fo-Chlef -Business Mgr. ULMER S. BIRD.-.. ....-Managing Editor STAFF WRITERS: Alberta Howell Forney Nowlin Myrtle Barber Phil Little Charles Smith Nelson Hutto 0 ' Reporters this Issue: Myrtle Barber ;Frankie Curry Nelson Huttot Arthur Bullock Gordon Weir Ger- ald Jordan Alberta Howell Mab Hill Charles Rom Smith Bettle Vaughn. o THE CORRAL. The' regular quarterly edition of the Simmons College Magazine the Corral ' will be Issued at the. latter part of this term; iri just what form is. not yet known but we are assured of a. magazine pro- Tided the student body will lend its sup- port 'aWcontrihute.sotnething to its sue. cess. ..A very capable editor for this pub lication was chosen .at the recent Student...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 October 1922

&i'. :.$' . V 'iS'Xt - - -K. -r " -.' I tf .r K. U.V . v w .:.' .1t! -I;?! i-i ! jt .' rv. 'V ' &r3& j .A- 'fiBVr'v " " '' '. a i'!vr . :eiS?(. .V&V"; : .! ilk CHIEF RED FEATHER EN- J TCRTAINS LARGE CROWD APPEARS UNDER AUSPICES OF ' B S. U.t IS DELIGHTFUL 'n ' ENTERTAINER. j'' Chief Rcdeather of the Cherokee en- tertained a largo crowd In the Simmons auditorium Friday at chapel and Friday evening. Ills program Friday evening given under the auspices of the B. S. U- began' with the song "Holly City" better known as "Jerusalem; Jerusalem" given in a way that convinced the most critical that here' was extraordinary talent. He followed this with a demonstration of tho famous Snako Dance which he said the Indians .originally Intended as a training (or the. women and children that they might ' learn to drive off tho wild beasts and snakes that infested the country. ft The Chief then explained "Why In- dians JWear Paint" saying that married women wear 911. red mark across t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 October 1922

-nmHjWMUiJIMflipl I I'" r kjM On 3t0O G W; .. l&Wiohh OHAnO-Tailorino A'SlTBnjifi56fcH'Ctoffiiai Aii&M Wi$A' Smart Clothes Sevmng GoesBetore ' Selling v . - fTHEwilltoservc x is more4 hotice- .. able at this shop .than the wish to sell. Iri choosing a Fait; Suit of Top Coat here we want ypu to take youi 1 ' ' rirne-you can't take too much of ours. :" .')' - fcfo $? a:'' f m qipurr-J valuswc .i- Value h The Something You .Get. Not The Sum You Pay 6. S. U. ORGANIZESFOR JOO PERCENT EEISTMENT Plans for the enlistment of every student in Simmons In some kind of religious work were worked out in a meeting of all U. S: U; 'group' captains held in the College auditorium; .at four o'clock. Tuesday after- on. uThe group captains met and under su- ervislon of the general captain. Miss Myr tle Barber took the names of the six hundred students in-tho college and with Miss Alberta Howell as captain of all fcirls and Mr. Roland House captain 'of all boys the students were then divided into...

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

"ft i Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4 1922. Number 6 1923 B. S. U. CONVENTION TO MEET AT SIMMONS ;4 te ftaaw Srni ygf'"' w Y... a I . i K r$- t IS TT COWBOYS DEFEAT BUFFALOES IN T.I. A. A. CONTEST FRIDAY ..........Tr"......... I . T. I. A. A. STANDING ' Team V 'Won Lost Tied PerCt. Simmons 2 0 1 10OO Austin 2 .0 0 1000. Rice 1 0 0 1000 Daniel Baker 2 10 667 Howard 'Payne 111 500 Southwestern 12 0 333 T. C. U. Oil 000 . Trinity Oil 000 t Canyon N. 0 2 0 000 S. W. T.'Nor'l. 0 10 000 E. Tex. Normal 0 .0 0 000 ' Denton Normal 0. 0 0 000 i Thn Simmnn Hnwlinvs added another T I. A. A. victory to their list by defeat- ing the Canyon Normal Buffaloes at Can- yon Friday by a 35-9 count. The Cowboys used straight football' throughout the game while the Normalites often resorted to end runs and passes in a futile effort to win. Simmons scored five touchdowns one at the very first of the game one in the second quarter two at the opening of the second half and one in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 November 1922

$tft)p Simmons Br?mrt $ PabHthid Weekly r JUhhbobs PreM Unit in the Interest of tb Student Body of Simmons College. Entered m Seeend Class Mall Matter at the- Pott Office at Abilene. Texas. Subscription Price per year....$2.00 Member of the Te-xas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMER H. HUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Mgr. ULMER S. BIRD Managing Editor STAFF WRITERS: in Alberta noweii rorney nownn S Myrtle Barber Phil Liitlo Charles Smith Nelson Hutto KOLLEGE KOMMENTS' To no small number college class work Is at best a thing to be tolerated because of the many other pleasant things in col- lege life; It is something to put up with and not a thing to be enjoyed. College would be all right if it were not for the courses. S. M. U. Campus. K. K. has noticed the truth of this only too welj. Woodrow Wilson In ono of his addresses delivered -while ho was a col- lege man has given this subject peculi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 November 1922

' ? . ( V''. - 4; K 0 1 -) lbu k . i v $) r 1 A" : f - ! r i ' r'j a 'A ' ' ' V fry' m V ". . I .1 " IT- ft i . SIMMONS STUDENTS AT TEXAS ORGANIZE CLUB Br Ruth Norwood. Tho Misses Christopher cordially wel- corned tho members of tho Simmons Club of Texas University In their homo for the first meeting of the year last Tuesday. Shortly after tho cx-Simmonltcs arrived tho retiring president Harry Duke called tho meeting to order and the following officers were elected: Tructt Walton president. Ccorgo Mation vico president. Ruth Norwood secretary-treasurer. Rachel Dunnaway press reporter. A social committed consisting of Ontta Christopher Lottie Roo Green George Million and Marion Hardcsly was appoint cd to plan good times for the first Tues- day of cacti month. The Club is very for- tunalo In having Mr. and Mrs. Burnham and Mr. and Mrs. Collins for pals. Tho hostesses assisted by their mother served a dainty1 refreshment plato and the remainder of the evening was spent in fun. tho foll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 November 1922

i s m Y L E I l J. t 1 .1 ir Smart True style attracts atten- JL tion by seeming to avoid it. If you have on one of our Stein-Bloch Fall Suits orTop Coats jw will wear a smile not the other fellow.' T A Hint' Fmrit '.T Wj SktfUnt FUu f- SSI)' xzanwoeu quAUTY-JI VAwe-smwc Value Is The Something You W. D. Upslmw Georgia Congressman Snys- (Continued from page one.) of college life not to forget their religion. Mr. Upslmw gavo his address to fathers and mothers at the First Baptist Church Sunday afternoon to a crowd that filled the building to overflowing. Taking for liis scripture lesson the story of tho Syro- phenician women he gave ono of his char- acteristically eloquent addresses empha- sizing the responsibility of parenthood. He began by telling the story of the death of Louis XIV of France When the death f of the emperor was announced to tho young princes they fell upon their faces and cried "God have mercy upon us for we are too. young to retell." Mr. Upshaw urged the great need...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 November 1922

IffluTj pT il'im"' WW WPW'lTWljlilUipMijiMlpiiJiyLiyijJiBr i Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER' 11 1922. Number 9 PW ' "" '' I . - . 1 J -v L fh b r LYCEUM COURSE OF FOUR NUMBERS IS ARRANGED BEST THAT CAN BE SECURED; OFFERED AT REASON- ABLE PRICES. TICKETS BEJON SALE SOON Ruth Bryan Owen Lecturer Will Probably Appear Before t Christmas. The lyceum course which Is for the benefit of tlio student hod but under the direction of the faculty will consist of four numbers this year. "CosI Fan -Tut-tl" 'the Hinshaw Male Quartette Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen and Madam Schumann Heinle. These numbers are the best than can be secured anywhere and it is with much ef- fort that they 'have been listed this year. Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen will probably ap- pear before Christmas the others coming in the spring. . Tho management expects Mrs. Owen the first week in December but art not sure when they can get the "Cosl Fan Tut- tl." The Lyceum tickets will bo on sale with- in the next week ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 November 1922

.V ' I f tJNmaw Brand j CUfe hi tt liMarcat ef Mm Student . .Body f Stwimnns CeUegs. ' I - . . u . . .i ..-t- '"I'll I I 1 1 I EmreJ as' SjmhJ Claw Mall Milter 'at tka- Past. Otlce at AWIwi. Texas. ' -.. !! I. M-. II I I ...l.l Subscription Ptioe per year. $2.00 Masaber of ike Texas Inler.Colleglale Press j Asseaiatlon. ' Office: First Floor Science Duilding. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMER It. UUTTO-w Editor-in-Chief RAYMQND WILLIAMS Business Mgr. ULMER S BIRD. ....Managing Editor STAFF WRITERS: Alberta Howell Forney Nowlin Myrtle Barber Phil Little . Charles Smith Nelson Hutto UNDYING PEP. The pep demonstrated at last Friday's game was all that could be expected. It is easy for 'students to cheer 'the team when they are winning hut when th6 bat- tle is going against us. the real test to a student's loyalty comes. It was gfatify; t ing and encouraging to see that there was no dying of pep even after defeat was evident. This is the spirit that deserv.es to win and will win in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 November 1922

& ;. :? t"' M -i ' 4 MRS BAKER SPEAKS TO VOLUNTEER BAND The Volunteer Hand was honored nt lis regular meeting last Wednesday night by a' speech hy Mrs. Baker on the Italian churches which she visited while In Eu- rope. ' 'Her apeccli was In substance as follows: "The churches In Italy aro mostly Catln olic. The ilrst church we visited was near Naples tho church of Pompeii this Is the richest church In Europe. Wc ex- amined this church white they were hav- ing services but It had no effect on tho pcoplo worshipping they went right on with their worship kneeling here and there on the floor for they have no seats in the churches over there. In this church there is' a high altar and behind the altar . Is a large statue of the Virgin Mar) The ' statue is covered with all kinds of precious .Jewels. The church Is supposed to bo a church of miracle working and people .como here tq be cured of all mariner of disease they bring these je-.vcls cj gifts 'so -"that they may he cured and even...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 November 1922

yirfiUMk BMffiMfifflfflOTS M ! Smart New Footwear That Women Will Want Sport Oxfords Wc have just received a shipment of these new Sport Oxfords a combination of Patent Leather and other Suede military heel . ..... :.. . ......$7.50 Colonial Pump Thccc new Colonials have a patent vamp and Satin quarter 15-0 heels $8.50 One-Strap Pump Patent vamp with brocaded Satin quarter and sttap 160 heel $0.50 One-Strap' Pump Black Satin oncstrap brocaded strap and throat ncW heel ... ' - 0.50 Suede Oxford Fawn colored with patent trim covered box heel very new $0.50 Suede Strap A two-strap fawn colored straps of tan calf cov- ered box heel ...... $0.50 Suede One-Strap Fawn colored strap of brown calf leather leather heel . - $7.50 Brown Oxford Kid and calf leather military and low heels $5.00 to S9.00 OUA U fY- M VALUE -SEHVCE mmmmsvmtvmsismmwMmmmws&i. GongrcHsmnn Upslitnv Speaks on Americanism (continued from page one)' Cowboys Drop Crucial Contest to Kangaroos (Con'lnucd from jinpo one) o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 November 1922

"'WWU''' ""ST 'fyrr'ir tpp" A Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18 1922. Number 10 TENDERFEET WIN 6 TO 0 OYER STAMFORD LEGION SIMMONS TAKES PART IN ARMISTICE CELEBRATION LADY AZGAPETIAN BRINGS MESSAGE FROM ARMENIA COWBOYS FACING HARD GAME WITH HILL BILLIES FIRST STUDENT RECITAL GIVEN MONDAY EVENING PHILOPHILAS WILL MEET HERE IN 1923 -WVTf 1 r;-. k - i i 4- II K h PASS FROM KNOX TO BARFIELD ACCOUNTS FOR WINNING TOUCHDOWN. 10CALS HOLD THE OFFENSIVE Simmons Goal Threatened Once When Blocked Punt Places Ball on 0 Yard Line. The Tcndcrfcet proved their ability at thp pawing game when they defeated the Stamford American Legion by the score of 6 to 0 at Stamford Saturday Nov. 11. This victory gives the Tenderfect a good rating in football circles as the Stamford Legion has defeated the famous Brecken- ridge All-Stars and other good team The Tcndcrfcet played an offensive name through the entire fiur quarter. There being only one time that their goal wn. in nnv immpi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 November 1922

liiijipjiMpiiiiji.iiii.iii.iJi.iiiiiWJiipitiiiiiipuppwiiiij u immmmfmmmfjmfmm'tm ' " - w""w IWHWIHiJJPWf iilpiilp Published Weekly by the Simmon Press Club in the Interest of thd Student Body of Simmon 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 Untitling. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMER II. HUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Dusiness Mgr. ULMER S BIRD Managing Editor STAFF WRITERS: Alberta Howell Forney Nowlirc Myrtle Barber Phil Littlo Charles Smith Nelson Hutto v Reporters For This Issue: Myrtjo Barber Gordon Weir Franklo Curry Mah Hill Bcttlc Vaughn Alberta Howell Babo Garner Arthur Bullock Forney Nowlin Gerald Jordan Nelson Hutto Clias. R. Smith Scott Johnson. MISPLACED HONOR. Some people cannot stand success. Is a common and true statement out in the world and it is just as true in the Col- legiate world. It is...

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