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

P"-r rrf r -rnV "' I v : 1 T ' 4 J .; .frr1-' . 1 PROF. RICHARDSON TALKS ON COLLEGE TRADITIONS "TRADITIONS OF INSTITUTION DETERMINE ITS PER- SONALITY." "Unless mo carry on the old college traditions thcro will be nothing which the graduate of '30 will recognizors common with tho graduate- of '22" said Mr. Rich- ardson Head pf the History Department In his famous talk on ''College Tradi- tions" Tuesday morning. "A collcgo is a living breathing thing. It has in a way a soul and a personality and this personality must be developed along certain lines of growth" ho stated after explaining that neither the campus covered with grass nor tbo buildings in good or bad condition' nor tho faculty could mako a college but the traditions to which it holds largely determines the personality of tlip College. He clasicd these traditions as good bad and indifferent. The spirit of dem- ocracy or leadership based on actual abil- ity ho classed as a good tradition but this could be made into a bad trad...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 November 1922

. rtr -p j t- -1--"J T- T wwwiwsffuUjrKitffw 1 TsFvi r" Boo t. I IrsnJ. nK T AHtnt't ttwrtti L;amp6eu& quality-M value -senvee mmmsmmmmmmmmmwmmmsmsmsm Lady Azgapciian Brings Message from Armenia (conttnusd trcm page one). you made for us in the League of Na- tions we arc not free. All that was as the breeze of the prairies. "Forgive me for saying this for I re- member that she was our ally France that ally is in league with the devil. It is because of her help to the Turks that those Turks are today crushing out our life. Today the Turks stand in Constan- tinople armed and supplied by European nations; today the Turk soldiers are wear- ing khaki the uniforms your boys left in France. France is offering to take our little boys and put them in a Roman school. Must it be tolerated? "Write to congress. Tell them how you feel for dying Armenia. Is not the day near when God and right shall predomi- nate? "What have the Turks done for civiliza- tion the 500 years that she has been in C...

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

WfjWIWBWgWffWiPWiP'M''WM'HTA!' MtWiiiiiiJillt.ii Tbr jKmm&tis BmoA 8 " Vol. VII. SIMMONS COtLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER i5 1922. Number 11 COWBOYS WIN A BRILLIANT VICTORY FROM HILL BILLIES MARY FRANCES GIRLS HONOR FOOTBALL MEN HALL DECORATED AS WOOD- LAND GARDEN WHERE JOY REIGNS MONDAY EVE. SPECIAL TO BR0WNW00D FOR i THANKSGIVING GAME ASSURED PRES. SANDEFER RETURNS FROM WACO CONVENTION GUIDES BAPTISTS THROUGH A STORMY SESSION WITHOUT SERIOUS DIFFICULTY. IS AGAIN CHOSEN PRESIDENT Evolution Discussion Again Keeps Tilings On Edge; Heated Arguments Provoked. l ' F' h Jt TEAM WORK AND FIGHTING SPIRIT RESULTS IN A 13 TO 0 VICTORY OVER STRONG DANIEL BAKER ELEVEN HERE SATURDAY. The Simmons Cowboys fought their way to one of the most brilliant victories wit- nessed on Parramoro Field in several years when they defeated the Daniel Baker Hill Billies in the fifth T. I. A. game by tlio score of 13 to 0 last Saturday afternoon. The Simmons eleven showed moro fight and played more co...

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

J i . lfl)f Simmons Bninil Published Weekly by the Simmon Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered at Second Class Mall Matter at the Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per ycar......$2.00 Member of the Texas 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 i ii i I -i i.- .hi. ii. i i hi...- STAFF WRITERS: Alberta Howell. Forney .Nowlin Myrtle Barber Phil Little Charles Smith Nelson Hutto Reporters for This Issuet Mab Hill Bettie Vaughn Gordon Weir Charles Smith Babe Garner Myrtle Bar- ber Nelson Hutto Arthur Bullock Frankie Curry Phil Little Forney Nowlin Alberta Howell Gerald Jordan. BEAT HOWARD PAYNE! On to Brownwoodl Come on gang and catch the spirit and let's beat Howard Payne. Simmons ex- pects every student to do his duty by backing the old team with all his might. Think what It w...

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

ly -r- in mmiimKmmmp?mi7TT!!!TS. PM " JBW" V JfWfFicVr. - T. "" 1 "- - ( V r? f J1 . " ' V"1 STUDENTS STAGE BIG j PEP PARADE IN TOWN! i VISIT THEATRES AND HOTELS CELEBRATING SATURDAY'S GRIDIRON VICTORY. Hah! Rah! ItnhJ Pour It onl Fiflccn for Simmons! Fiflcen for Abilene! So ran the voices from the Simmons Col- lego student body on the streets of Abi- lene last Saturday night. "What's all this about?" asked an In- dlgnant stranger as bo was pushed into the gutter while trying to stop tho progress of tho students in their parade which was one of their means of celebrating their ftridiron victory over Daniel Baker Col- lege of DrOwnwood. The parade starting from North Second and Pine went down the middlo of the street to the south side and proceeded to give the Gem tho Palace and tho Oasis a little show with all extra. They then returned to tho north side and ihctc they visited the Grace Hotel and then to the Mission and Queen thea- ters where they demonstrated their "pep." The studen...

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

w-Mny yffi-r B&UWflMKmiiuWHLM 1922 Bronco 's Now $3.00 WE ARE NOW OFFERING 1922 BRONCO'S AT $3.00 OR 50 PERCENT DISCOUNT. This is duo to the fact that a number of books were printed extra of the orders. Quite a few of these books were left on hand. Advertising space due to the severe ccortomic conditions was cut far below expectations causing a large loss to the manage- ment which must be .met by the editor and business manager. These books may be secured at this price as long as they last by calling at or writing the Rex Studio 249 Pine St. Phone 527. YOUR ORDER WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED H NEW MEXICANS RESPOND TO "CALL OF THE WILD" JOHN W. COX EDITOR pasEnnmEisrafflHamiOT R. LYNN M'ALLISTER BUS. MGR. Cowboys Win Brilliant Victory from Hill Billies (Con Inued from page one.) long as Daniel Dakcr wanted to dress the wound. Coko went back in the game. Simmons succeeded In carrying the pig- skin to within 18 yards df the goal where a successful pass was made to Barfield within on...

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

. " I II ! I I "I '! I I I I ' i'l'.'- 1.--I. """ ' .1 . II I I l II !!.. ' m Vl. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 2 202 Number 12 t K: V ! . X f Cowboys 174 SIMMONS ROOTERS GO TO BR0WNW00D ON SPECIAL TRAIN - TO BACK COWBOYS THURSDAY A tralnload of ono hundred and eventy-four tired dusty husky voiced happy people! That was the hunch 6f Simmons College root- ers that stepped off at the depot late Thursday night. Nor did one of them regret that they had gone to watch the Cowhoys take the stingers from tho Ycllpw Jackets. Yci it was wonderful trip; and a sweet vie- tory. The celebration continued until past 12:00. After the '.'cowboy" band of thirty members dressed in western cos- tumes had gathered the hunch with "The Old Grey Mare" and "Hail Hail" one hundred and seventy-four "rooters including nine faculty members stocked with pennants badges and noise-makers of various description hoarded the train at tho Abilcno & Southern station. Two large banners on each...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 December 1922

5 W"r 5SmmdrJDSandj. Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Chtb in the Interest ot the. Stuilent Body of Simmons College. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at the Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year- $2.00 in. iii s Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building: Published Each Saturday (Morning. HOMER II. HUTTO ...Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WlLLIAMS...Busincss Mgr. liLMER 5. BIRD: Managing Editor STAFF1 WRITERS: Alberta Howell ' Forney Nowlln Myrtle Barber Phil Little " Charles Smith Nelson Hutto THE INELIGIBILITY OF MOLLIS No feature' of collcpp athletics for- the current )car has sd upset athletic circles as did President Chandler's ruling last week in regard to the ineligibility of Hub Hollis veteran fullback star and captain of the Austin College team. By the ruling Hol lis is barxcil from further participation in college 'athletics ns a member of the Aus- tin College team or of any other team that is a member o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 December 1922

- -" W tywWf " -V yr-vy DR. BURKETT ADDRESSES B. S. U. THURSDAY NIGHT DR. COOPER DISCUSSES EDUCATIONAL PROBLEMS COLLEGE SPORTS "V V s; 'V 1 ' v & .' ''ft- SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES ENTERTAIN VOLUNTEERS The Glad Girls and Docthian classes of tho Collego Heights Church entertained the Volunteer Band Monday hlnht in the basement of the church giving an Informal banquet and tho main feature of tho vcnt. Seventy young pcoplo were fn attendance. Mrs. Anthony teacher of tin Glad Girls class made an introductory speech of wcl- coma to tho Band after which everyone enjoyed a chicken supper. After iho supper tho crowd was .enter talncd in various ways. Vestal Hoyd whis- tled several tunes) Miss Zora Mae Prlnco placd tho piano; Miss Opal Princo gave tho reading "Pilgrim Fathers"; and Mr. Hale played several selections on tho Ha- waiian guitar. Following this Miss Zora Mae Princo presented Brother and Mrs. Sims with somo flowers. About nlrto o'clock tho crowd adjourned to the home of Kev. Sims ...

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

i iHJMiw.Mjijiifcmm'i.iHiEi.nuu VI W"! rwwmyiwlwm i 'lifMiiJiiiiMMWjiwMi iiypWB'lwW'jiiiWli.-t'.''W"lw(fPiW'piM'.liii 'iM'Mim iwwwiywjwifww imifwpwiajwinH I I II ' STUDENTS' RECITAL IS GIVEN TUESDAY NIGHT SEVERAL EXPRESSION PUPILS MAKE FIRST APPEARANCE ON SIMMONS STAGE. In the last miscellaneous students' re- cital of this term Riven Tuesday evening In Abilene Hall Misses Naomi Hatton Anna Cope and Agnes Caldwell expres- sion pupils of Miss Hobgood made their first appcaranco on the Simmons stago. The program also included several piano numbers and 'a song by tho choral and Glee Club. Miss Hatlon gave an original talk on the Pilgrims giving a short history of pilgrims In the Old Testament timci up to the present da.y Miss Cope gave -"A Thanksgiving Dream" In a very attractive manner.- In the story "Becky" by Mark Twain Miss Caldwell was delightful in her characterization of Tom Sawyer Espe- cially noticeable was her case and freedom on the stage. The vocal number "An Old-Fashioned T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 December 1922

-"WfT-V1 -j- Tjk fa 2h Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 9 1922. Number 13 rlllfW'il'f'"'M'1 1 I -rf J i Br &r fTfi j&i .. . .. -s....' . ' : fe T- I k? I .X t 'V Ua ' u 4? h I DRAMATIC CLUB MEMBER OF NATIONAL LEAGUE MISS HOBGOOD ANNOUNCES AT BUSINESS SESSION WED- NESDAY NIGHT. CERTIFICATE IS RECEIVED Rehearsal of Two One-Act Plays And a Social Concludes Activities For This Term. Tito Simmons Literary and Dramatic Club Is now a member of the National Dramatic League. This announcement was made by Miss Olivia Hobgood head of the expression department at the regular busi- ness meeting of this organization Wednes- day night In Abilene Hall. This means much to the development of dramatic art in Simmons and Abilene it was pointed out. Two one act plays "Happy Day" and "A Business Meeting" which will appear on a program to be given to the public soon after Christmas were rehearsed the club then adjourned to Miss Hobgrfod's studio for. a social hour which pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 December 1922

r1 vfHUkfeed Weekly by the Simmon Pre Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmon College. Entered at Second Clam Mall Matter at the Port Office at Abilene Texaa Subscription Price per ycar......$2.00 Member of the Tela Inter-Collegiate Prest Association. Office: First Floor Science Uulldlng. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMER II. HUTTO.. Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Mgr. ULMER S. DIRD Managing Editor STAFF WRITERS: Alberta Howell Forney. Nowlm .Myrtle Barber- 'Phil Utile. ICharles Smith ' Nelson Hutto o Reporters: .Arthur Bullock Nelson Hutto Gordon Weir Myrtle Barber Bettle Vaughn Phil Littfe Alberta ifow.ell Gerald Jordan; Scott Jobnson Babe Garner Mab Hill France Curry. A RANK INJUSTICE. Jn It meeting in Dallas Thursday it was seemingly the object of the member of th Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Asso- ciation to settle once and for all the status of the team guilty of using a professional 'player. Just what action 'the association took in the matter had...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 December 1922

Wyyjl'WJ.Hif'!M rr'-T nwtM( 'vmjv1 flurfT i "wy TnTy"!"'--?' '"' w f"' 7i v. .". i-x- V: : ". t' - . i' SENIORS BACK MOVEMENT TO GET NEW STUDENTS At llio Senior Class meeting Tuesday night a committeo was appointed to con- fer with President Sandcfcf and a com miltee from the Alumni Association and mako plans for the organization of the 'student- body to advertise Simmons during the holidays. Mr. It. N Richardson and Mr. Carl C Rlster both graduates of Sim mons were present and spoke on the Im- portance of organized effort on the part of Loth students and ex-students looking toward a greater and larger Simmons. A .special edition of the Brand Is 'being con sidcred in connection with the idea. . The Junior class paid the Seniors a visit and' were Invited in in time to her Mr. Richardson's speech. They signified their desire to co-operate with the class of '23 In launching .the movement. The plan of procedure has not been definitely worked 'out yet' but it will possible take the form ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 December 1922

'ATrTO T " " ' w w Varsify Cloven Closes A Successful Season (Continued from pace or.ei. whole squad of '22 will be back for the '23 season. Lacy llowerton veteran line man has finished his fourth year of ser- vice on the Cowboy eleven. "Pants" was Captain of the 'eleven in '21 and was a summer graduate of '22 but for the sake of iho school he delayed his graduation until the fall term of '22. He is a pro- duct of Easterday having played two ycar under him and is a powerful offen- sive player who can open up a hole when it is most needed. No one need bo told of his defensive ability which has made him one of the outstanding figures of the Simmons line. The other loss to the Cowboy eleven is the brilliant half back Johnnie Camp. His line plunging ability has made him the terror of the opposition in every game and with his defensive abiliiy ho stands out as tho most brilliant back ever pro- duced in the South. He is' ranked by all critics as an equal of Bradshaw of Bay- lor. He has be...

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

fW$VVr7FWf&t''l Cftfistma$ Edition .-W fltfyt t r .- !.U WS$&ta criWiHAfUiVjafaSi. 'V h iS fc v fc.v. v .V Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 23 1922. i' Number 15 IV SIMMONS STUDENTS HAVE VARSITY ELEVEN CLOSES A SUCCESSFUL SEASON DEMOCRATIC GOYERNMEN! ;v; Th0 Simmons Brand it . - jf I I r II It It DRAMATIC CLUB MEMBER OF NATIONAL LEAGUE ORGANIZED BY MISS HAMILTON IN 1920 NOW HAS 102 . ACTIVE MEMBERS PROMOTES DRAMA INTEREST Public Work Past Year Unsurpassed; Plans for Next Year Includo Staging of fQuecn Esther" A numbor of years ago a 'Literary '-and Drartiatie Club was;organlzed and some Very boneflclal and effectivo work was done but for soma reason this club was allowed to die. In 1920 the club was reorganized under the leadership of Miss Martha Hamilton. The following year tho members of tho Public Speaking Department as rocommended by Misses Hobgood and Riser voted to admit all college Sen- lbrs In order to strengthen tho club ' and glvo far-reach...

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

k: r.M PhUMmbI Weekly fey' A StwanVu Press Qttb to the Merest e the Sti4ent Entered m Second Claw Mail Matter at the Port Office at Abilene. Texae. Subscription Price per year...$2.00 Member of the Texat Inter-Colleglale PreH Awooktion Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMER H. HUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS.iBuiBeeMgr. ULMER S. BIRD. Managing Editor STAFF WRITERS: Alberta Howell Forney Nowlin Myrtle Barber Phil Little Charles Smith Nelson Hutto L. Q. CAMPBELL Faculty Editor STUDENT ACTIVITIES Are you a young person eager for somo of life's boat opportunities those for individual development and expression In the active earnest stir- ring life of a great college group 7 If your are' then come to Simmons Col- lege. Almost unlimited opportunities will be open to you hero' If you are onergetic and resolute and intelligent. You may havo a special Interest or you may havo a breadth of interests; In either case yau should easily find in our .st...

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

s-kU.. TSK AROUND THE CAMPUS AND BUILDINGS tr MARY FRANCES HALL GIRL'S DORMITORY 8. mm-Tn i .A 1-! -- " Jj III KHI BiStBkkVialllHflJ UUUbW.1 BIRDS EYE VIEW OF NORTH PART OF CAMPUS AUDITORIUM 1 t. ftC " a 4 d 4BfliatfHMainaP"" 'i M I aBHBVA'aJ'aWrttiiaail simjp aa STAGE ; ' j.5?. a ?. il CAMPUS GRQUP IliHHH -V' ' DOMESTIC SCIENCE LABATORY DOMESTIC SCIENCE Ok y. - TB7TPTrrrf'iiiMH B BBr BhhHv1 tk.v j 'j BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH DOMESTIC ART LABATORY HHHHHHHflEDHH(;HBBjjiBflSflBBBBBflBB3BBBBK BfV9UB TBvaTaTaTaH SENIOR GIRLS BASKET BALL TEAM Class Champions 1921 CAMPUS SCENE rBafBfflBSBaBBBBaBSBBSSHBHBBBf MARSTQN GYMNASIUM '-. i FRESHMEN MAY ENTER NOW SAME AS IN FALL ' Tfto organization of Blmirtgns Col- lego Is auch that studo.ntq entorlimr " ' " almost any term can bo takon care of in tho regular cqursea. The schpbl year Is divided into three terms of . .three months each and during eaoh term a deflnlto subject or a definite ' part of a subject is completed and a ' student may continu...

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

nffiMir V Fine Arts Building 9 Tho Flno Arts Building tho latest of tho splendid modprn buildings to bo orcctod on tho campus .Is Indued a "Thing or Beauty" and lot u8 hope will bo "A Joy Forever" at loaat lor many years to comp. This building: was glVon to tho col- lego by Mr. C. M. Caidwoll a trustee and will overstund as a monument 4to his generosity towards tho. Institution and to his interest In and enthusiasm for tho training along nrtlstlo linos of those who attend Simmons College Tho cdiflco Is of drook Classlo de- sign of tho Corinthian ordorj tho first story forms a podestal abovo which tho superstructure rises. This "l'o- destal" Is of stono and rusltcated brickwork harmonizing with the Scl- onco building located a foW yards to tho West. Th0 uppor two stories form a shaft treated with a row of Corin- thian pilasters. Thcso make a colon- ado across tho front of tho central Unit which terminates in pavilions at either end. Abovo tho third storj thore Is an olaborato entabla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 January 1923

immonaBratifl 7J"l Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 13 1923. Number 16 ENROLLMENT BREAKS ALL PREVIOUS RECORDS COWGIRLS WILL MAKE A BASKET BALL TRIP WORK ON BRONCO WILL BE PUSHED THIS TERM JUDGE CALDWELL HEADS BOARD OF TRUSTEES COWBOYS DEFEAT YELLOW JACKETS IN TWO GAMES VARSITY QUINTET EXPERIEN- CES LITTLE DIFFICULTY IN GETTING TO GOAL. NO DATES SET BUT WILL BE ON ROAD A WEEK AND .PLAY 6 GAMES. STUDENTS MUST HAVE PIC- TURES MADE AT ONCE IF ANNUAL REPRESENTATIVE. PLANS FOR BEAUTIFYING OF CAMPUS DISCUSSED AT MEETING TUESDAY. artis S 1 'A k NEW DORMITORY FOR MEN TO COST $150000 CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDING TO REPLACE COWDEN HALL START SOON. MAY BE READYBY NEXT FALL To Be Built on Modern Compart- ment Plan With No Halls; Fire- proof Throughout. Plans for tlio new men's dormitory at Simmons College being drawn by David S. Castle local architect arc practically com- pleted it was announced recently. Con- struction of the new building which will replace Cowden Hall destr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 January 1923

Published 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 year $2.00 Member of the Texas lnter-Colleglate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMER II. 11UTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS.. Business Mgr. ULMER S. BIRD -Managing Editor STAFF WRITERS: Alberta Howell Forney Nowlin Myrtle Barber Phil Little Charles Smith Nelson Hutto SPECIAL REPORTERS. Now is the time for all good class and club reporters to come to the aid of their college paper. There is no journalism class this term and the news gathering force of the Brand will be confined to the regular editorial staff and the members of the Press Cub and although The Brand will continue its established pol- icy making every possible effort to cover all the news the chances arc that some ac- tivities of the clubs societies and classes which...

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