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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 April 1923

r j Abilene Queen of West li) Dorothy A. Compere) The name of Abilene is known through' out the stale as forcsmost among the big- gest livest and most progressive cities of West Texas. A city with an illustrious past a prosperous present and a bril- liant future. Abilene was founded in 1881 by a group of tent dwellers who came before the rail- road. It was named by its "father" as Col. C. II. Merchant is affectionately called for tho town of Abilene Kansas which was then tho nearest market for cattle raisers of tho Western plains. Ono of the early problems to be faced was earning a livelihood. This problem was solved by cotton and no greater thing for Texas was ever dono than the bring- ing of agriculture to tho west. Another problem of tho early days was that of fencing but this was soon solved with tho advent of barbed wire. Yet another problem which has only recently been solved after years of wait- ing is a water supply for Abilene. With tho completion of the great dam at lake A...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 April 1923

BOTraomOTOTffinOTffoa esmSCm ANNOUNCES A DEMONSTRATION OF MAGNETIC HAIR CURLERS BEGINNING MONDAY APRIL 23 When n factory representative will be at the store for the purpose of demonstrating something new in Hair Wavers. The lady in charge of the demonstration is an expert coiffcurist of Chicago. These curlers or wavers are very simple and very effective. The college women arc cordially invited to attend the demonstration Monday. miimiiMKmf3iwiQfl)iJimQinHfflH3iffBmffiii)i) MISS STACK PLANNING FOR RAINBOW BANQUET Miss Alma Stack student secretary of the D. S. U. of tliis district has just re- turned to Simmons from Shrcveport with the report that she has introduced Sim- mons to a great many people there attend- ing the Baptist Students Conference com- ing back by the way of Tyler at which place the Sunday School Conference has just adjourned. Miss Stack returned just in time to be a great factor in making a success out of the college meeting which Dr. Hall of Oklahoma has been holdin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 April 1923

gfrg$ unmans Brand Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APHIL 2H 192.1. Nilmher 31 Vr t MARY-ES VICTORS IN AN- NUAL SOCIETY DEBATE ARGUMENT OF INTERCOLLEG- IATE WORTH PRODUCED BY BOTH TEAMS. THE DECISION IS TWO TO ONE Ecns Score Between Two Societies; Mucli Interest and Pep Manifested. In llic annual debate between tlic Pope and Mory-E Literary Societies of Sim- mens College last Wednesday night the Mary-E team won a two to one victory over the Popes. It has been suggested by some that this was one of the best debates held for some time and that both sides produced argument comparablo to any team of intcr-collcgiatc standing. This evens the score between these two socie- ties the Popes having won year before last. Despite the fact that the debate was postponed from Tuesday night until Wed- nesday night on account of rain the in- terest in the debate was not lessened. Both societies were on the job with streaming colors in support of their teams. The question for discussi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 April 1923

V Stftje Simmons Brand $ Published Weekly by the Simmont PreM Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmont College. Entered at Second Gate "Mall Matter at the Pott Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texat Inter-Collegiate Preti Attociation. Office: First Floor Science Building Publithed Each Saturday Morning. HOMER H. HUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Manager ULMER S. BIRD Managing- Editor BAKER CUMMINGS Advertising Manager ISSUE EDITOR ARTHUR BULLOCK Reporters for this issue: Emma Barrett Forney Nowlin Chas. R. Smith Lucile Scarborough Bettie Vaughn Phinis Mc Beth Gordon Weir Aubrey Stephenson Jerome Whitmirc Alberta Howell Nelson Hutto Verna Smith. THE SPRING ELECTIONS. The spring term always fraught with its many troubles and questions of importance is here and something like half gone. It is in the spring term that the students have thrust upon them the obligations of select- ing the officers that are to guide them throu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 April 1923

i&. if if 1 v - 'J1 A. 'V )k ! wmmmmimmmMmmMmwgm THE ROUND-UP Alumni and Ex-Student News mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi Tho following letter wos received from Mr. D. Q. Riddle former Simmons stu. dent and graduate Mr. Riddle is now with tlio foreign department of the United Press service of New York City. New York City. 160 Clarcmont Ave. Dear Htitto:- This is tho season of the year when the main business of Simmons College stu- dents outside of the pcrdnnlal fight against spring fever and the tendency to write tender sonnets is tho winning of ball games. I wonder if somo of tho fol- lowing little story published in tho Brand might not help in putting power behind Cowboy arms and wind behind their boosters' yelling apparatuses (or apparati according to how hot a game it is) : Up on toes and fighting for everything tho Philadelphia National Lcaguo ball team has been infused with new life. And everybody who saw tho onco despised Quakers amaze tho fans at Ehbctts Field Brooklyn April 17 knows th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 April 1923

'. t?2tta Silk Hosiery Characterized by Beauty and Quality BRECKENRIDGE HI WINS TRACK MEET SATURDAY ALL AROUND HONORS NOT YET DECIDED; STEVENS HIGH POINT MAN. There arc all kinds of silk hose be- ing offered; but when you want silk Hose that possess fine quality as well as beauty lustre and shecrness you will find it advisable to come to our Hosiery Section. Our extensive assortment of high grade brands and our moderate pric- ings make a combination that is un- excelled. Our wonderful Spring showing offers ample selection for any and every demand. CHIFFON SILK HOSE In all the popular colors of Springtime Brown Gunmetal Polo African as well as black. Some have the broad tailored seam. Prices range $1.75 $2.00 $2.50 and $3.50 HUMMING BIRD SILK HOSE The most serviceable Hose at a me- dium price. Pure thread silk with lisle tops heels and toes. All the Spring shades are represented priced at $1.50 FULL FASHIONED SILK HOSE Made of heavy pure silk thread lisle tops heels and toes full fas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 May 1923

8Thi immmg Brand if.riv ' v J Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 5 192.'. Number 30 0"s J f N INTEREST IN ELECTION IS HIGH WITH MORE CANDIDATES THAN EVER BEFORE IN RACE COMPETITION IN ALL RACES HAS DEVELOPED B. L. DAVIS AND JOHN DUNCAN NOMINATED FOR STUD- ENT PRESIDENT. FIVE OUT FOR SECRETARY Present Managing Editor An Issue Editor and An Inexperienced Man for Brand Editor. LIST OF CANDIDATES FOR STUDENT OFFICES President of Student Council 1. B. L. Davis 2. John Thomas Duncan Vice-Prcs. of Student Council 1. Malcom Crouch 2. Vernon Adams Secretary.Trcasurer ? 1. Alberta Howell 2. Ora Berkley 3. Emma Barrett 4. Eleanor McFarling 5. Irene "Opportunity" Smith Editor of the Brand 1. U. S. Bird 2. Arthur Bullock 3. Bryan Brelsford Business Manager of the Brand 1. Baker Cummings 2. Valentine Cook Editor of tie Corral 1. Nebaa Hittto 2. Stwatt WagaUff 3. M ml McCasland AFtadJCkk 5. Robert Urban Interest in the coming election for stu- dent officers is reaching a high pit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 May 1923

nllishid Weekly ly the Simmon Prw Club in the Interest nf the Student Body of Simmon College. Kuiereil a Second Claw Mall Matter ai the t'oit Office at Abilene Texas. jilwcri)tion Price per year $2.0 Atemln r of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Pre Association. Office: First Floor Science Building Published Each. Saturday Morning. HOMER H. HUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Manager ULMER S. BIRD Managing Editor BAKER CUMM1NGS Advertising Manager ALBERTA 'HOWELL....- Issue Editor Reporters: Forney Nowlln Nelson Hut to Myrtle Barber Arthur Bullock Emma Barrett Aubrey Stephenson Laura Kil- gore.. WllATS THE MATTER? The athletic interests of an institution are indeed at an alarmingly low ebb when that point is reached where only a bare one-half of the student body will turn out for the only real baseball game of the sea- son on the home field half of them leav- ing before the game is over and a bare handfull of students with two or three faculty members evince enough interest to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 May 1923

. ( . t I Tfr H rty IC 4 Jfr to t. f I w V3 I t STANDARDIZATION OF ATHLETICS DISCUSSED t i.tfAniiun athm?.tip ntnrrTnnc J SUBMIT RESOLUTIONS ; AT MEETING. At llio association of Texas colleges held at Waco on April 20th the question f of standardizing Intercollegiate athletics was discussed by three of the leading ath- letic directors of the association. They were: R. W. Tinsley of Southwestern A. E. Chandler of Simmons president of the T. I. A. A. and H. Trantham of Bay- lor University for the Southern Assocla- " lion. After their discussion these three men wcro appointed as a committee to .(draw up some resolutions and present them to the association the next day. The resolutions were in substance as follows: That sinco Athletics constitute an im- portant part in tho program of our col- lege life we as a committee believe that the faculty or controlling board should consider seriously this subject. Futhcr- more that tho best way to accomplish the best results would be for the coll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 May 1923

New and Colorful Sweaters i'i S 3 iSHisBsmiuiiJOTMmRMB OF EVERY STYLE AT EVERY PRICE The vogue of the Sweater continues to grow in favor season nfler season and the new ideas appearing this season make them more popular than ever. The latest thought is the man- nish Sweater with colorful diamond checks; another is the dash- ing Oriental designs and colors as well as several golf styles. While every woman who indulges in any sport is adopting the new styles with enthusiasm they also make a particular appeal to those who appreciate the dash of the smartly tailored outfit. Range of popular prices 84.50 to $18.50 USEFUL SKIRTS FOR SPORTS In a great variety of stripes and plaids. The fun of any sport is just doubled when you arc wearing one of these skirls. And you'll feel happy every time you thing of the low price it was. AMni't TtvtrlH Lamvoeas quALiTY-M VALue-senwce mmsmsmmx&wimmmmmmmmmwmm ART CLUB IS STUDYING LIFE OF JOAN OF ARC The Simmons Art Club has been enjoy- ing a study o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 May 1923

-yita tmmans Brand Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 12 1923. Number 30 CHORAL CLUB TO APPEAR IN A CONCERT PROGRAM ANNUAL CLASSICAL CLUB BANQUET MONDAY EVE. MRS. BAKER AND MISS COOPER ARE HOSTESSES AT DIS- TINCTIVE EVENT. COWBOY BAND MAKES TWO MISS LASLEY TO APPEAR SUCCESSFUL ROAD TRIPS IN GRADUATING RECITAL MRS BARNES IS HOSTESS AT SENIOR CLASS PARTY STUDENT OFFICERS ARE ELECTED HERE TUESDAY PICNICS AND ENTERTAINMENT COUNTERACT BAD ROAD EXPERIENCES. TO BE ACCOMPANIED BY MISS BETTY LASLEY; MISS NASH WILL ASSIST. INTELLECTUAL AND DIGNITY TESTS ARE CHIEF FUN CREATORS. B. LOCKE DAVIS AND VERNON ADAMS WILL RUN STUD- ENT GOVERNMENT. m?$ Os J INTUODUCTOKY TO TOUR THAT WILL CARRY THEM TO LARGER TOWNS. ASSISTED BY MALE QUARTET Mr. Wiley Miss Tripp Two Soloists And a Reader Will Contribute To Success of Program. Ono of the most unique programs of tlio year will ho a concert presented hy tho Choral Cluh in Ahilcnc Hull Mon- day evening at H:00 o'clock under the directorship...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 May 1923

' J ) $9F$immondBmnd Published Weekly by the Slmmom Press Club In the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered at Second Class Mail Matter at the Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Intcr-Colleglale Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMER H. HUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Manager Issue Editor NELSON HUTTO Reporters: Myrtle Barber Forney Now- lin Charles Smith Arthur Bullock Al- berta Howell. A BETTER DRIVEWAY. All students and friends of Simmons ore glad to see the long needed campus im- provements that have been started at last for the campus has for years been an eye sore an ruining the looks of the mag- nificent buildings which surround it. With the net work of water pipes that now cover it and the care that is being given to it there is no reason why it should not be one of the most beautiful of col lego campuses. For it is an ideal location bei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 May 1923

Kmmmmmwmwmmmmmwmwmszzanrv 'V ' ? .' "it "-'' ? 1923 BRAND STAFF. Top Row (right to left) : Myrtle Barber issue editor; Raymond Williams Business Manager; Homer H. Hulto Editor-in-Cliicf; Alberta Howell issue editor. Second Row: U. S. Bird Managing Editor; Forney Nowlin Joke Editor. Bottom Row: Charles R. Smith issue ed'tor; Nelson Hulto issue editor; Arthur Bullock issue editor; Baker Cummings Advertising Manager. r. Bathing Suits WE SELL GOOD PENCILS OF EVERY KIND AND PRICE unnu iro COWBOY-BUF'ALO MATINEE ENDS BASEBALL SEASON SPRING FOOTBALL PRACTICE BEGIN LATTER PART OF WEEK. The Simmons Cowboys will meet the Northwest Texas Normal Buffaloes in tho last games of tho baseball schedule on Parramore Field Wednesday and Thurs- day. After theso games Spring football practico will begin which is to last ten days or two weeks. The Canyon nine aro ending up a ten- gamo road trip here having games sched- uled with Daniel Daker Denton East Tex- as Normal Trinity and Simmons. The Buffaloes h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 May 1923

Fashionable Clothes E 'mmfaOTmjncMUffJOTf'KiKHimjm Li for Young Men --For Graduation and Commencement Men who wear Kuppcnhcimcr Clollics know lliat llicy arc making an investment in good appearance. Their purchase returns lasting satisfaction in style and fit. We arc showing the finest range of models exclusively tailored for young men. Call in before graduation day. The occasion will be doubly pleasant for you if your appearance expresses your success. AHUnt't Fmrlti J Campoecfa QUALITY-M VALUe-SfiVC Ihrnsmsewswwmsm mw oon wo iwww s f wiwiWDf rawiiiMSifflfflifCfla Cowboy Bund Mnkett Two Successful Road Trips (Continued from page one.) the others Wednesday. A forty-two par- ty extending far into the night seems to bo tho way these two spent the time at Albany. The others staed oer due to a request to appear in a third conceit Tuesday exe- rting. Another picinc was given them Tuesday afternoon and once moio the social lions Mr. Eddie Hart in particular who was the social star of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 May 1923

nmwto- tmmons Brand 1W Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 19 1923. Number 3L h?$ COWBOYS SPLIT TWO GAMES WITH BUFFALOES DOWN NORMALITES IN SECOND GAME TO TUNE OF 17-5 IN FINAL GAME. The Simmons College Cowboys ended llie baseball season by spilling with the Canyon Normal Buffaloes In a two-gamo scries here Wednesday and Thursday los- ing tbo first day 3-1 and winning the last 17-5. They did split in point of games but the way the cowboys rapped the leather the second day would give them a decision oer the visitors. The first game was a pitchers battle be- tween Shiflett and Graves the latter com- ing out victorious only because his mates held a little tighter behind him and got a few breaks that helped out. Shiflett was in grand form allowing the Buffaloes only- five safeties but Graves also had the Cow- boys on his hip and they registered only four hits on him. Both pitchers struck out nine men. A sensational catch by Mitchell visiting first baseman cut short the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 May 1923

I'll Iff I $ (Hit t Simmons Brand Ptihlishul Weekly by the Slmmont Pres Club in (lie Interest of the Student Bodv nf Simmons College. Kutiieil Second Class Mall Matter at t'.e Post OlTioe 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. ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor-in-Chief BAKER CUMMINGS Business Manager Issue Editor CHAS. R. SMITH Reporters: Nelson Hutto Myrtle Bar- ber Elizabeth Fry Homer Hutto Scott Johnson Emma Barrett Phlnis McBcth Willie SwafTord Etclyn Hamm. THE B. S. U. COUNCIL. It has been said that those forces that work silently arc those which generate the greatest pemers. Surely real power Is not seen nor is it heard. The attain- ment of all institutions organizations and individuals is strong in proportion to the fundamental impetus that constantly si- lently and without "much ado" in the eyes of the world works incessantly on. The B. S. U. Counci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 May 1923

4 Ci J"- r 'T 3.. SOPHOMORES PICNIC NEARLAKE ABILENE ALL DAY OUTING REPORTED TO BE BEST SOCIAL EVENT OF YEAR Twenty-five Sophomores returned about eight o'clock Monday evening dusty and bedraggled but very happy after an all day nlcnlc at a spot about three miles the other side of Lake Abilene. All who went declared it by far the best oc!al ctcnt of the year and judging from the yells they were letting forth as they cir- cled the campus after returning their repot ts were true. The party accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. Hakcr left in five cars from Mary Frances Hal'l nt nine thirty . Monday morning. Nothing eventful happened on the trip out except a little trouble with Dr. Hakcr's car and here the master mechanics Jlmmlc Hallcw and Joe Jack son came in handy. They arrived at the sccno of the picnic at twelve o'clock. They were not bothered by the sand storm which was raging at the time on account of the protecting bills. Water rights started the activities and the ducking of the boys and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 May 1923

cranroiamfflroroiDDrorsi Silk Frocks Which Keep to Long Graceful Lines They add interest to the straight length of line however by panels and draperies pleats and sashes. High quality Silks in new weaves shades and patterns are featured in these dresses for Summer. Frocks that bid you enjoy every occasion. For what con- tributes to perfect enjoyment like the wearing of a noticeably becoming frock one that follows the established mode and in addition bestows distinction upon the wearer by a clever com- bination of rich fabrics a new development of color and style. Such dresses may be chosen here with assurance for the fine quality of the materials is consistent with the charm of the frock themselves. Plain Silk Crepes banded and tucked vie in popularity with wonderfully designed printed weaves. Prices attractively moderate and values that arc unsurpassed SI 8.75 $21.75 $37.50 $45.00 Up eSmpMk QUAUTY-JvAiue -smwec- SPRING FOOTBALL STARTED FRIDAY EVE. The third annual sprint; football ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 May 1923

CORRAL MAGAZINE EDITION unmans Brand Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 26 1923.. Number 32 m?$ V VT V Builders of By Ltnnie Lcl us review for a moment the work of the Ancient Egyptians in the building of the pyramids which stand today as one of tho "Seven Wonders of tho World." The pyramid as the most prominent Btruc- turo of vertical height since tho fourth dynasty of the Greeks. Other countries iiave from time to time made copies of these pyramids but they have wasted and crumbled. Tho origin of the pyramid is explained by tho discovery of the various stages in tho development of tho tomb. In prehistoric time a square chamber was sunk in the ground and the dead were placed in it and a roof of poles and brushwood overlaid the top. Tho first dynasty king developed a wooden lining to the chambers with a beam roof and a stairway descending at the side. By the third dynasty this dwarf wall had ex- panded into a solid mass of brick. This type was then enlarged by repe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 May 1923

-v CORRAL MAGAZINE EDITION PuUIaLajI nti.rt.it!.. Uv llijk CilmmAnt ' Pre Club In interest of the student body of Simmons College and to stimulate in terett in the T. I. P. A. AN APPRECIATION OF THANATOPSIS Efttertd m 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 Building Published Each Saturday Morning. MYRTLE 0. BARBER Editor RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Mgr. CONTENTS: Builders of Pyramids....Linnie Maud Fuller On the Other Side.. Myrtle 0. Barber Makers of America... Sam Morris Abilene a Great Western Trade Center. Arthur Bullock The Mother Tongue..... Reflections of Light I Prexy (poem) ...-. .Ulmer Bird My Pal (poem) .Myrtle 0. Barber ' An Appreciation of Thanatopsis ........ . ....... ..Luther Kinard Mirage (poem) Ulmer Bird No Answer (poem) . ....Ulmer Bird The Bloom of Lemalon (poem) ..... ..... ..... .Myrtle 0. Barber FOR YOU 0 ALMA MATER. THE B...

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