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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 February 1923

.L yj TRACK SEASON OPENS ATBR0WNW00DAPRIL3 SIMMONS HOWARD PAYNE AND A. C. C. WILL STAGE Till- ANGULAR MEET. The track season will orcn April 3. Simmons Howard Payne and Abilene Christian College will stage a triangular meet at Urownwood mi that date. Last year the meet was held at the West Texas Fair Park and Simmons emerged victor by a single point over Howard Payne with A. C. C a close third. Until the last event Howard Payne was leading by a single point but through the efforts of "Tut" Tabor in the last lap of the relay In which he overtook Woodward the finishing man for Howard Payne and beat him to the tape by inches Simmons was made tlio victor. This year Coach Sheldon of How- ard Payne has determined to wipe cut last SANDERS FILLS VACANCY ON S. C. DEBATING TEAM Mr. Rcnnlc Sanders' was unanimously chosen at the joint meeting of the faculty committee and the representatives from the 0. & D. Council of Simmons College to take the place of It. G. Uaucum on the debating team w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 February 1923

COWBOYS DEFEAT EAST TEXAS NORMAL 29 TO 6 III. Tlio Simmons College Cowboy quintet .won over tho Eat Texas State Normal Wednesday night by a score of 29-6 no .cording to a telegram received at Comp- ton's No. 4 Thursday. This is the first game on the final trip of the season and marks fair for the team making a good showing on the trip. These will probably be the last games played by tho boys this season. An additional report received this morn- ing gives the Cowboys a second victory over the Normal team by a score of 19-12. Tonight and tomorrow night tho Cow- boys meet T. C. U. at Fort Worth In two games which will conclude the games of this trip. o LUKE'S LETTER. Simmons College Valentine Week 1923. Dear Luke: Well Luke it has been some little time since you and I conversed with each other thru the mails but I just thought Luke I would take this opportunity it being Valentine to toss you a few lines of Ox just for old times sake. As you know Luke I have only been here since the be-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 February 1923

SENIOR EDITION SR pr tramons Brand Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24 1923. Number 22 s J m?S A 65 SENIORS CARRY OUT CLASS DAY EXERCISES TREE PLANTING THEATRE SO- CIAL AND BANQUET CLOSES PROGRAM. GIFT IS CLIMAX OF PROGRAM Brccdlovc Loan Fund Supplemented Willi Six Hundred Dollars As Gift to College. Sixty-fivo members of tlio Senior Class of '23 robed in cap and gown carried out the program in Senior Day in Sim- mons College Friday morning. The class gift the climax of the program on this oc- casion was presented by tlio president of the class a gift of six hundred dollars as a supplement to the Brcedlove Mem- orial Fund started by the Class of '22. After assembling in Mr. Ristcr's room and perfecting plans for the program of the morning the class marched down the cast aisle of the auditorium and took their places on the stage. The first number on the program was a song "He Lcadcth Me" followed by the invocation by the class chaplain Rev. E. T. Miller. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 February 1923

$ Slip JnmmonsBranA -S WHAT OTHERS THINK. Publlthul Weekly by the Simmons 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 Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiute Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. JUST A LITTLE FUN. HOMER H. 11UTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Mgr. ULMER S. BIRD -Managing Editor BAKER CUMMINGS .Asst. Bus. Mgr. Clias. Ross Smith Senior Class Editor W. Forney Nowlln .Assistant Editor Reporters: Eufaula Wise Clara Pay- tin Linnio Maud Fuller Joe Willie Yan- dell Dorothy Compere Floy Hawkins Scott Johnson Blanche Simpson G. C. Tincr Era T. Miller Hester Amason Maudo King Vera Smith Laura Kllgore. In the opinion of this issue editor class editions are possibly an inspiration to some to help put over the college news- paper. Responsibility is tho one "eye- opener" to that which is nec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 February 1923

it. N. f . ".h - . 3 JOURNALISM STUDY HAS SPREAD VERY RAPIDLY Since Pulitzer Founded Columbia School Many Colleges Tench Journnlism ns a Study. Tlio first newspaper In English the London Weekly News was published In 1622. The last one The Megaphone was published at four o'clock this afternoon three hundred years later. It Is only in the last decade of these three centuries how- ever that newspaper work has been taught In the schools of the country. In 1912 when the will of Joseph Pulit- zer lato publisher of the New York World was read it was found that Mr. Pulitzer had left ono million dollars to Columbia University. It was the wish of this gentle- man that a School of Journalism a tiling hitherto unheard of bo founded. The school was an initial success however and today has a capacity enrollment. Within thrco years after the founding of the Columbia School tho University of Missouri and tho University of Wisconsin followed suit. The journalism idea may be said to have spread with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 February 1923

UUWMftilLUgQBgggfflfflHEffimfflffl SCHOLARSHIP RAISED IN BAPTIST SEMINARY ipaffimnHramjMfflESfflfflH vsmmszHsssssm Stetson Hats for Spring $7.00 The better dressed men about town are beginning to wear their Spring Hats and in the next week or so you'll notice more and more. We are ready with the newest Stetson styles in the favored Spring shades. A representative showing of Stetsons at $7.00. AUU-'t Fmrlf Canwoeus quAUTY-M VALuestvee maW&mmMtmnmmuiwiiwimwssTmw Annual Senior Banquet is Elaborate Festivity (Continued from page one). ident Sandefcr said "I want every alumnus and alumni of Simmons College to find at least one person that if they cannot make a donation at present to Simmons Col- lege they will at least remember her in their will." Miss Linnie Maud Fuller then gave two short readings depicting married life and giving warning to those unmarried. The program for the day was brought to a fitting close by an address by Mr. Dermic Sanders of '23 who in his master- ful way ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 March 1923

JUNIOR EDITION tmmans Brand fc Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 3 1923. Number 23 Chi " K. V MACFARLANE IS NOTED ORATOR AND JOURNALIST IPOL1TICS AND PERSONALITY" IS SUBJECT OF LECTURE THURSDAY. IS STAR IN PLATFORM WORLD LABORER CLERK SECRETARY . REPORTER AUTHOR IN CAREER. The fourth number of the college Ly- ceum of this year will be presented here by Peter Clark Macfarlano on Thursday March 8th. Tills number is in the form of a lecture "Politics and Personality" and promises to be exceedingly interest- ing. Mr. Macfarlano has had a varied and interesting career. He used to dig ditches then he became a clerk went to work in a railroad office and finally landed a pri- vate secretary job. He went to night school and made of himself a court re- porter found this allright but wanted to ;4tudy dramatic art and did. He next tJccamc an elocution teacher studied to l be an actort and played four years in f-stock and road productions. The lecturer next heeded the call t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 March 1923

. u- 1 t. Vf fty? Simmons Brmi A $ Publish d Weekly by the Simmons Pres Club tn the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Kntered m Second Class Mall Matter at the Post Office at Abilene. Tcaat. Subscription Price jer year $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 itAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Mgr. ILMElt S. BIRD Managing Editor BAKER CUMMINGS -Asst. Bus. Mgr. JUNIOR EDITION. ULMER S. BIRD. Editor ARTHUR BULLOCK. Asst. Editor Reporters'. Myrtle Barber Emma Barrett Elizabeth Fry Baker Cummings Alberta Howell Gerald Jordan Malcolm Crouch. THE DEBATES. can never attain more than a smattering idea of all there Is to know. Thus it is that in our high school days wc have a ready solution to any problem that presents itself in our last years in col- lege we grow slow in expressing an oulnion in a riper experience we weigh carefully the smallest matter before wc ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 March 1923

.V 'v ;-t -C' (.1 ti A.'V r '".- " .-' v (' :a & ' .;v IN St 1NTERS0CIETY DEBATE PROMISES HARD FIGHT ANNUAL FORENSIC BATTLE WILL BE STAGED MARCH 12. Tho dato for the annual Phllo-Clio de- bale in the winter term has been set for March 12. Both societies are evidencing a keen interest in this forensic battle which is always one of tho hottest con- tested and liveliest affairs of the year. lit is said that the -honors thus far imvc been evenly divided between the two and this debate will break the tic. Hence both teams are earnestly at work while their respective societies will leave no stone unturned in backing their represen- tatives. The Clio's are represented by Cordon Weir and D. Locke Davis tho former al- ready a victor in several intcrsoclcty frays and the latter an undefeated inter- collegiate warrior. The Phllo's have Roland House a Sen- ior and Ulmcr Bird a Junior both mem- bers of the 0. & D. Council and men of some high school experience. The sub- ject is one of ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 March 1923

S AW't FntHU V BiMKM wstll' quAUTY-M BlttMMWMlKBSaHMPmM DR. ROUSE ADDRESSES MINISTERIAL COUNCIL "CONFLICT WITH MODERNISM" WILL BE PUBLISHED SOON. Dr. W. T. Rouse the pastor of the First Baptist Church of Snyder delivered - his lecture on "The Impending Conflict With Modernism" to the Ministerial Council and a number of visitors last Friday eve- ning. His lecture was not only highly in- teresting but was presented in a way to start his hearers thinking on the inevitable truth which ho stated: "Unless people awake to the impending danger 'The So- cial Gospel' and 4The New Thought Re- ligion can mean only one thing and that is complete ruin to the true Christian re- ligion." Dr Rouse met in a most effective man- ner the chief points brought out by scien- tists in attempting to prove the theories of evolution presented by Darwin and Hux- ley. He proved the fallacies of these theo- ries and gave numerous instances of so- called missing-links being shown false such as was the case when th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 March 1923

SOPHOMORE EDITION $ h? $ iramonsBrmtfl Jfi I -V Vol. VII. PROSPECTS BRIGHT FOR WINNING BASEBALL NINE OLD MATERIAL BACK FOR OUT- FIELD AND BATTERY PLACES. WEALTH OF NEW MATERIAL Infield Is Conch's Only Worry But Nine Men Are Out For Positions. The crack of the hat the pop of the glove and the thud of the mitt added to the joyous yells of over twenty baseball aspirants can be heard most any after- noon now around tho old ball field and all these things mean a good baseball nine to represent Simmons College this spring. "Although wo miss somo of the old fel- lows who were good I don't .sco how we can help having a better team than we had last year" said Coach Hays this week Practico started Monday of last week and by the time the Cowboys meet the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets here on March 29 they will be in the best of form. Coach Hays has two or more men work- ing out for every position and thanks to a wealth of material among tho new men will have no difficulty in finding a man to fil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 March 1923

f'f ' r Published Weekly by the Simmons Pkm Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmon College. Entered a Second ClaM Mall Matter at the Pott 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 H. HUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS. Business Mgr. ULMEIl S. BIRD .Managing Editor BAKER CUMMINGS JVsst. Bus. Mgr. SOPHOMORE EDITION. EDITOR .NELSON HUTTO ASST. EDITOR....HERBERT WILLBORN Reporters'. Reporters: Jerome Whitmire Raymond McHaney Fern McBride Mrs. Ashford Leroy Stone Fred Crossland Jimmle Bal- lew Mildred Talbott. THE COWGIRLS. The Simmons Collego Cowgirls are go- ing to play before the student body to- morrow (Saturday) night. Are we going to support them with the same old spirit thot we back the Cowboys with or arc we going to let them fight it out themselves? Well not quite says tho loyal student. The Cowgirls have a goo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 March 1923

"Vv Jj.V ; v r .. v - X ' J 'v 4 '! ' . i ' SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS TO BROADCAST PROGRAM The radio fans throughout the country wilt bo entertained from 800 to 9:00 p. m. Friday March 9 by a program furnished by tho Agoga (boys) and Amoma (girls) classes of tho College Heights Sunday School and broadcasted by station WQAQ of the West Texas Radio Company. The program as will bo presented Frl- day night follows: 1. Piano solo: Two preludes (Chopin) ; "Spring Song" (Hollander). Nelson Hutto. 2. Talk: "The Price of Fame." Mr. Whitmirc. 3. Steel guitar solo. Fred C. Hale. 4. Mixed Quartet: "I Know Whom I Havo Believed." Vera Tructt Vivian Bar- ley Vesta Boyd Lcroy Stone. 5. Reading. Miss Persons. 6. Violin Solo: "Spanish Dance" (Mosz- kowskl) ; "The Holy City." Mr. Wiley. 7. Male Quartet: "Jesus tho Light of the World." Vesta Boyd Audrey Tartt Tructt Butler Lcroy Stone. 8. Piano Solo: "Spring Showers" (Fruh- lingsregen by William Fink). Louise Cot- ton. 9. Whistling Duct: "Whispering Hope." V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 March 1923

that bring MACFARLANE TELLS LIFE OF COMEDIAN IN CHAPEL Before giving his lecture Thursday eve- ning Peter Macfarlanc spoke at chapel that morning and delighted his hearers with his story of the life of Fred Stone great comedicn who it will be remember- ed resolved recently to live the rest of his life in Christian service. The famous lecturer after being intro- duced by President Sandcfcr who spoke of him as having "touched tho lives of more men than any cminerit citizen in America to-day." Mr. Macfarlanc then proceeded with his characteristic rich hu- mor to make a few comments and then settled down to his talk. "I'm not going td hammer you" he said in beginning "but I'll just drag my little story behind me and if when we get to the end there is any crack to it you can take the crack." And those who lis- tened will readily affirm that there was "crack." He told the story of Fred Stone who re- solved when a boy to bo a tight-rope walk- er and how he had never let anything daunt him ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 March 1923

4. m COMAL MAGAZINE EDITION i ' 7 & ffij? Simmons Brand Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 17 1923. Number 25 McF ELTON to. MONUMENT if- Uy U. S. ttird. Pf! Myrtle 0. Barber V r&r-z McFclton didn't know a cow from a horse. He didn't know a cotton stalk from a watermelon vine nor a disk plow from a threshing machine. Ho thought a double- tree was a kind of mesquite and ho could not distinguish between a neckyokc and a backhand. McFclton came from Cleveland Ohio which explains a good deal. Don't think it is my purpose to enter- tain you with a Mark Twain story al- though the poor boy was a joke as long as he stayed on the farm. His story is a sad one. It pictures a tragedy that is taking place day after day and year after year in the lives of such boys born with all the possibilities that arc wrapped up in active wide awake boyhood and young manhood. He was just a kid about seventeen was his age and he showed a boy's bright lus- ter in blue eyes that had se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 March 1923

w IK' It CORRAL MAGAZINE EDITION. Published quarterly by the Simmons Press Club in interest of the student body of Simmons College and to stimulate in- terest in the T. I. P. A. Entered as Second Class Mall Matter at tha Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building Myrtle O. Barber. Editor Raymond Williams Business Manager CONTENTS: Editorials. McFelton character story U. S. Bird Monument short story Myrtle Barber Six Years Late short story....Nelson Hutto Tint Your Own Sky essay....Elizabeth Fry The Old South and the New essay U. S. Bird "THERE'S A REASON." Someone asks today "Why do we have such an inconsistency in the make-up of the Corral?" At first thought that question is legitimate; but in thinking again there occurs to you a well-defined reason why the issues of the Corral appear as they do. First you wonder why it is not put out out the neat magazine form as it us...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 March 1923

. '' V Si Z. 'V 4 McFELTON (Continued from page one.) very excited. He Imd seen a strange ani- mal the like of which had never been known in these parts before. He had hap- pened on the scene just in time to fire his gun at it and to keep it from killing a grown cow. Tho animal was black the best he could tell and it pawed the ground and roared liko a lion. The boys com- pared notes and reminiscences. It tallied with none of the descriptions ofTercd such as a lion panther grizzly bear Mexican cougar or anything else seen or heard of before. One of the other boys remember cd hearing a frightful roar several days ago and had later como upon the half eat en carcass of one of the heaviest and meanest fighting bulls that had ever been in that section of the country. McFelton was interested decidedly in tcrcstcd. He questioned anxiously. He wanted to organizo an expedition to go in search of the intruder but the boys cau- tioned against any such action until the morning should offer them ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 March 1923

MUHUffifflOffiunfflumwu if? JS wurm warm FflflliTM'1 SIX YEA HS LATE. (Continued from page 2) Nobody will know. Hurry and promise me if you want me to die happy." "I promise." The boy's tone proved that ho knew he was giving a solemn oath to a dying man. "I'll tell you why 1 interfered here to- night" the other went on. "I didn't want you to go the crooked road. My plans didn't exactly work out but it's just as well. You'll stay in the straight and nar- row won't you?" "I will" and there was fervor in the voice. "Listen." The man's voice was growing weaker. "I tried the crooked way and it don't pay my boy it don't pay." "But who aro you? Why were you Why should you " Elmer could not oice his feelings. The other gazed straight into the eyes of the boy and there was a faint smile on his face. His eyes were moist again ab- normally moist. "Don't you know me Elmer?" he said. As Elmer looked into the moist blue eyes a light flashed across his face. He seemed to have recovered from a blin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 March 1923

FRESHMAN EDITION iramonsBnmti Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 24 1923. Number 20 KAMPUSED KIDS KLUB ORGANIZED PHILO-CLIO DEBATE STAGED TUESDAY NIGHT FIRST BAPTISTS DEFEAT COWGIRLS IN HARD GAME DEBATE SCHEDULE TO BE REARRANGED SPRING TERM OPENED THURSDAY MARCH 22 SPECIAL FEATURES CHARAC- TERIZE NEW GYM COURSE STATES COACH KUHN. FACULTY RECITAL HELD HERE MONDAY EVENING FIFTEEN FRESHMAN GIRLS FORM SELECT SOCIETY IN . MARY FRANCES HALL. VICTORY GOES TO PHILOS BY TWO TO ONE DECISION OF JUDGES. & u LARGE CROWD OF INTERESTED SPECTATORS SAW RATTLE IN MARSTON GYM. GAME IS PLAYED VERY FAST DEBATE WITH DENTON NORMAL .... HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL APRIL 6TII. MISS HOBGOOD APPEARS AN IMPERSONATION OF PORTIA. IN r FIFTEEN OFFICERS ELECTED It Wns Announced Tlmt Klub Will Uc Represented by Full Page In Simmons Annual. A tremor of excitement ran through Mary Frances Hall on the niplit of March 8 when tfio rumor wns heard that tlic K. K. K's. were being organized. Fourteen M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 March 1923

FRESHMAN EDITION PtiLlithcd Weekly by the Sirnmoni 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 Price per year $2.00 Member of the Teias Inter-Collegiate Press Association. !PffnH3E5afft5r5OTOT THE ROUND-UP Alumni and Ex-Student News iRTCjrRTaramTnnwrajmirstfiT'KuminH Mr. l.ncy Howcrton '22 has accepted a position ns shoe salesman in Dallas. Office! First Floor Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMER H. HUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS. Business Mgr. ULMER S. BIRD .Managing Editor BAKER CUMMINGS Asst. Bus. Mgr. Freshman Editor GRAY BROWNE Assistant Editor QUENT1N CLARK Reporters: Clara Cassandra Ballcw Grace Lucilc Horton Jewel Erosia Black- shire Guy Kcnesaw Caldwell Samuel Leviticus Morris Franklin Napoleon Hayncs Carl Obcdiah Garner James Edgar "Abo" Goodnight. Mr. and Mrs. Tut Tabor ac returned from their honeymoon to Breckcnridgc whero "King Tut" wil...

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