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

fWf& WIMntmWyfaivrw?fi"yJ1 HWfffif vwt'm:W9n'mff'mmWfvtn"Pmimnwf'rrtM wijjui .t i';ywyjy'yyiitl'i.WH'Mwi'Tmg'iiiri;f i'"ii"' Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10 J.923 Number 9 IPPjj''iwMwwirw j'wmiCppirvm 2Thi Simmons Bnrnd ' i;l I ANNUAL CONVENTION OF SOCIETY CONFEDERATION WITH SIMMONS FIRST TIME IN HISTORY OF COLLEGE THAT BOTH CON- VENTIONS MET HERE. MANY COLLEGES REPRES'NTED Good Programs Are Had By Both r r i Ti t . Confederations Throughout tho Meetings. i Tn Aiitiiifil Prtntinltnm nf 'Krtlli T Itn. ary Society Federations represented In .Simmons College met with their brother and sister societies in Simmons Friday morning at .9:30 This is the Am time in the 'history of Simmons Collego that . these two conventions have been enter' tained at the same time and it probably may never happen again. Delegates from the various' societies of several colleges are present ana.somc interesting programs and rnn.t. nr nn -tW .1M.1M fnr tlm and contests are on t...

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

'W1 W iPW f-a " pflMrjft'j-i' T p i"? "mg & Ml ofc" rt l"l A df ""'e own ' doesn't even havo a pre! per point. But how much-moro would he J BlPIlHfllOnSljr?inU tsjj dent ofks ownest own. President Brown get from iho Informal meeting with the Published Weekly by the Simmon Press ' 'e an Marco Academy Is also presl- professor in Yrhlch there Is ample oppor- Club hi the Interest ot the Student Body ot Simmons College. in i 'i 's Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas FRESH DAILY dent of Rusk and as he spend most of tunlty for free Interchange of oppinlons his time at San Marcos Rusk College is and in which he would bo enabled to seo largely under the administration of its tho human side of the man who as a rate EQD SEAL SHIPT OYSTERS AND iicung ucan i iui. iiucu. ucspuo lis appears 10 do Dusincss-iiKC ana lormai in smalt size and certain inconveniences tho class-room) - which attach to it it has a really live How Is this to bo accomplished? M...

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

tmtwF'3r ? win w jAi't & ( j"if"iT"wwii if "T"t yiTr"iqtn''y'J'T-wri-ry-inyi ' w'Wj-Tyr-tyyv 'Vfjr n -. ' v U w. A ' i ' ALUMNI NOTES. ARE YOU A GOOD SPORT? RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT College Loyalty. The daily papers are full of good new articles these days giving the account of the activities of the Alumni and Ex-Students of the various colleges of the South. 1 ; In Texas especially we read villi a great deal of interest of the million dollar en- dowment campaign launched by the jAlumrd and Ex-Students of Baylor Uni- versity of the Alumni and Ex-Students of ' Rico Institute going in for one million four hundred thousand dollar endowment and of the former students of Howard Payne College organizing to put over a large endowment. Besides many of these schools are plan- ning home-comings for their former stud- ents to be held some time during the 'school year. There is a reason for all of theso very noticeable student activities. Collcgo Loy- alty is the reason. It means that our Col...

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

'pPSSfifrPgfii-mip1 m inpummnmM pm iniimniimpmpiwiwipipmn i w .niwpywpiwwpwwwwwiwwwi'iiiupwi ijijim pnff nwrwfwwiiwii miijn .in 1 1 1 iwiwumw vimm-wfmmmmm""' mjmymvMwuwjM&wmMW New Brushed Wool Sweaters for Women Every day is Sweater day. There seems scarcely any informal occasion which a Sweater d6es not grace. For sports wear for school wear at the office on the street Sweaters run the color and stylo gamuts. Yes we have the brushed wool Sweaters and. in such smart new styling a new shipment just opened. You may now choose them in" any of the colors you fancy. We have pretty bright colored Sweaters for tennis and golf and the more utilitarian kind for school and general wear. Priced at .'. $4.50 to $12.50 JULIA ADAMS ELECTED FRESHMAN CLASS BEAUTY o- 0Z Ahlttni't Feverllt S St W ri Slopping Piatt f ff f QUALITY-M VAUIB-SERWCG nwmmmmmmmismrmm Tho Frcahman Class met last Saturday to transact the important business of elect- ing class beauty. Several nominees were put up for Inspec...

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

Wtw '"pwW imiffHiiiixiuyifwn mijnnuiTiii .(w'ww'iv'wibjv.i'h.j'ii .!' .m mmp mh w 1 11 1 Ji'-wwwwiy i gFJj? Simmons Brand U ; -. i 6 ' n t" Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17 1923 Number 10: Jt- PLANS UNDER WAY FOR GRAND ERISOPHIAN - OPHELIAN 8:30 DRAMATIC CLASS MEET WITH POPE-CLIOS EAT EARLY BREAKFAST IM...J MEETINGS DIRECTED BY SAM ENJOY A SUN-LESS SUN RISE MORRIS OF SIMMONS fc BREAKFAST AT SEN- PRESIDENT. IOR GLENN. COWBOYS DROP GAME TO SL EDWARDS BY SCORE OF 3 TO 2 HOME -COMING ON TURKEY DAY " ii mi hmmmimmmfmm v k' IKt It NOTHING IS TO BE SPARED IN THE EFFORT TO MAKE THIS 'THE GREATEST HOMECOMING EVER HAD BY SIMMONS COLLEGE. With plans for the day's entertainment tentatively maac me committees 01 ine Abllene-Simmons Club in charge of the homecoming of alumni and ex-students to be held here Thanksgiving are hard at work to get the matter before the former stu (Jems of the college in order that the largest possible number of these alumni and ex-students...

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

w?rirtiFiyfi-WrVVtTTJT'!&f'W mfkufmnW" " Wjw jipwif ' BWjWBr"""1'''?'! - -pf.-"- -wtfp J V V-.j It' 2 SimraonSBrana $ COLLEGE SPORTS RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT THOSE WE KNOW . wm Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College The fast Austin College backs ripped thru the T C. U. Horned Frog line for four touchdowns and a 27-0 victory in the Arm- " We the delegates of the Erisophian- Ophelian Federation of Texas wish (Delayed last ITeek.) Miss Floy Hoover from Killecn Texas n nru nnr nnnrerlnllnn In lh olu. Was. the WCck-end gUCSt of her COUsin J Entered as second class matter June 22 B "lonua' dents and faculty of each school Sim- " WW " "" nan. Entered as second class matter June 22 The Kangar008 cored lhree of tho lt)Uch. ' mi at tne rosiomce at Atnicne lexas dowM Jn he Ml mons College Ablleno Christian Col lwriv McMurrv Methodist Collccc. for the generous hospitality shown up in H" "' week Miss Mary Hankins moved to Smjth . M Sub...

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

ywpwHWfPwiPTwn 'wviiyygyn"ww pnwgiwwfppN! '' WpHJW V''" TWO SOCCER TEAMS WILL ARE YOU A GOOD SPORT? HAVE FIRST GAME SOON PERSONALS. Miss Grace Horton went home for the THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS MEN wdek end to Rising Star. ARE BACKING YOU. . The girls soccer foot ball team Is being BACK THEM. M'M Nellie Mae Price went to Fort rapidly developed. Although this is a new Worth Sunday to visit her uncle there. game tho girls have taken to the game BAKERIES: with a great eagerness and fondness and pan Dandy Bread Miss Ora Barklcy who spent the week tho technique of the game is already fam- Mead' (Bakery enl al home In Anson had as her guests iltar to tho greater part of them. BANKS; Misses Mildred Talbot and Georgia Win- Two teams are out one the "Reds" with Farmers & Merchants National Bank ton. Willie Swafford as captain and tho other Citizens National Bank tho "Blues" with Vashti Epps leading. First Slate Bank Several games have been played each BEAUTY PARLORS: team winning the samo n...

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

The Big Reduction Sale Is Now On Everything at Lowered Prices MORE MARY E MEMBERS WANTED NEXT MEETING 2T AWvu't r"l!f S Sy? Uunp6e((s QUAUTY-M vAiue -senva? mMMmNwtf 17 College Professers Teok a Pen Vote Among Students Lost Strayed or Stolen! A number pf Mcry-E Society members There was nothing on the ballots to Indl- fimlor nlM.o lMVn nt hn Marv.E Hal catc wno onginaieu mem ana nuiimig iu next Friday at 3:30 P. M. Although tho confederation is over tho Mary-E enthusiasm should not bo. Miss Myrtlo Darbcr's essay "Following tho Gleam" won first place in tho essay writing contest during the Phllo-Phlla Con- federation. Wo are glad to count Miss Barber among our best society members and one who is willing to put forth her efforis In any undertaking she considers worth while.- MISS MCDONALD. GOES TO 1 W. I. A. A. MEET it first down through tho line. A long pass to Gibson was too long by inches; Gib- Coach Willie Roy McDonald left Fri- day evening for Fort Worth where she is attending th...

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

L BUYA FOOTBALL CLASSIC AND SUP- PORT THE BAND immons Brand HELP PULL THE STINGERS FROM THE YELLOW JACKETS Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24 1924 Number 11 HUNDREDS ACCEPT INVITATION TO HOMECOMING hp$ S It I ft. II?- COWBOYS OUTPLAY TIGERS AT WAXAHACHIE FRIDAY li) TO 0 Playing the strongest game that they have played since the clash with Austin at Wichita Falls the Simmons Cowboys defeated the Trinity Tigers in a fast game of football at Waxahachie last Friday 10 0. The Tigers had the strongest team they have produced In several years but did not have the stuff to beat out the Cowboys. Tho Simmons team was on its toes from tho first to the last and took advant- age of the breaks as never before this season. Two Tiger fumbles' were the basis of both touchdowns. Doth scores came in the second quarter. The first a field goal by Kimbrough came after the Cowboys advanced the ball up the field from the 40 yard line to the 15 yard line by a flashy offenso that c...

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

r mdnltcs to gather in from far and wide for cnrldgc this last Monday night in the the rest is easy. Alt f 7Tt ats W- . it mdnites to gather in lrom. Jar and wide lor enridge this last Monday night in tno the rest Is easy. All who near nnout 11 S mOPimmOnSlininU Sh the festol affair. Elaborate plans are be- home of J. D Sandcfcr Jr. Mr. Lee Hall will be there and will join heartily lnio Published Weekly bv the Simmons Press 'n& matl for ne entertainment of those was elected president Mr. J. D. Sahdefcr Ihc.organiiation. Please do this and send whose coming is expected and the best of Jr. vied president Mrs. J. D. Sandcfcr In a report of your organization to the tutkc7 dinners at the well-known justly Jr. secretary and Mr. Horace Trout re- Brand so wo can have it printed in (he famo'Js Mary-Frances dining room should porter. This club has a prospect of fifty special Issuo of the Brahd which i to be be enough to justify a long trip to get members. The reporter of the club will got...

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

ft pwrv ipnf jrr -5 -r--)p "Tf;r-'-yT T T-7 i T "f 'fVi n i H"w jpiMrii"'t i "fT7S V1V H!J!W1'?W"WW9:mtf W'TV'f'' RECITAL ON MONDAY WAS GREAT SUCCESS ARE YOU A GOOD SPORT? THREE ACT PLAY TO BE PRESENTED ON MONDAY The first studonts' recital of the year was given In Ailcnbc Hall Monday eve- ning Nov. 19 1923 at eight o'clotk by the students of the Music and Expression Departments. The program consisted of four numbers from the piano department three from the Expression Department two violin numbers and one number from the voice" department. The program for the evening was: L. Minuet Pompadour . . Wachs Lisabcl Phillips 2. ''Bobble Shaftoe" Sara Greene Naomi Hunt 3. "Heart's Wishes" Llchncr Katie Ellis 4. Serenade . Drdla Margaret Hughes 3. (a) "Dreaming" ... ....Murchison (b) "0 Heart of Mine". Clough-Lcightcr Elizabeth Priddv G. (a) "March" ? (b) "My Rival" Kipling Lota Clyde Head 7. Valso C-sharp Minor Chopin Lois Kiddle (1. Andante from G Minor Concerto .Straus Malvina Zachray 9. ...

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

i ipnppiini.$imiiiwwiinw pyiffiWW'1wwWPIWiipHwp. TtfPW""' llfc"lH''l".'"IHf" " ""H") '"'. 1' 'I I'JWP ' imigiiiiiByaiMiuiUMiMii Reduction Sale Is Now On Everything at Lowered Prices AHUmt'l ft frill jj xjamnoeii '& OUAUTY-M VAWB SEnvC ITOffiraftMtfM MISS BILL SWAFFORD HONORED BY P. A. L. S. 17 c0ii&ge Professors Took a They arc hero I Jutt a Jolly bunch of Pcil VotC AmOHg SttldClltS girls after their sharo of the fun and known a$ the P. A. L. S. Thursday night There WM M0(lng on (he balo8 0 lnj. November IS just after tho first (lash cale who originated them and nothing to this crowd dw girl slipped Into an empty suggest or prompt any particular answer cell on the third floor of Smith Hall to The two principal questions were: -nlmJ n fo.i.i In linhnr nf their Pre MeM Ul Hal 1'cn UO I OU UiC notOf Dill Swafford who won the state essay GowhoyH Prcpiiring o Meet Ycllowjachett (Continued from Page 1) factor in spurring the Cowboys to victory. It will give them just the confidenc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 December 1923

& Sill $ Simmons Brtmb BUY A FOOTBALL CLASSIC AND SUP- PORT THE BAND HELP PULL THE STINGERS FROM THE. YELLOW JACKETS Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 1 1923. Number 12 HUNDREDS REVISIT ALMA MATER I- COWBOYS PLAY RIVAL TEAMS COME TOGETHER ON PARRAMORE FIELD AT 31 The stage is all set on Parramore Field for the great annual Thanks- giving football clash between the Simmons College Cowboys and the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets which will begin at 3:00 o'clock this after- noon. The largest crowd ever assembled on the Simmons field is ex- pected at the game and the number will probably run into the thou- sands. A delegation of several hundred is expected from Brownwood while the great number of Simmonites at the homecoming will greatly swell the attendance. Added to this is the fact that no other contest is scheduled in Abilene or by Abilene teams for to-day. Preparations to. take care of the crowd have been under way for the past week. Giant bleachers have be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 December 1923

WfWfip. idpPWflWill ipwppssfiraiwfp !- 'X .. SlHlf JHmmmBrnnd hftaW lfeekJy by the -StewaoM Trees ' QdV in the Interest ef the Student lV lerf of SSmnwiw College. . ''ii I m 11 in 'i ! riiiinii 'Wi i " Entered as second claw matter June 22 1M7 at the FeetWfiee at Abilene Texas Swktcription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Asseeletion ' .I.. Office: First Floor Science Building . Published Each Saturday Morning. ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor In Chief ' ' BAKER CUMMINGS Business Manager STAFF KELSON HUTTO..Managing Editor 'jOE JACKSON .Advertising Mgr. ALBERT FOX.. Circulation Mgr. ALLEN MOTE. Features PHINIS McBETlt Religious Activities STAFF REPORTERS Myrtle Barber Alberta Howell F. U. Powell Charles Eaton Emma Barrett. Reporters for this Issue Allen Mole Myrtle Barber F. U. Pow ell Charles Eaton Malcolm Crouch Nel- son Hutto Emma Barrett Alberta Howell 'and Phinis McBeth. FlGllT COfTBOYS. is the spirit that is filling Sim- i That moBS this week. Never before ...

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

125 EDITORS INVITED HERE THANKSGIVING WELCOME BACK! OLD-TIMER! Simmon College together with the Sim- moris Club have mailed some one hundred and twenty-five invitations to editors of papers in the surrounding country both north and south. These men are to be entertained along with the other visitors lo the home coming. There Is to be a special turkey dinner for them in the domestic science rooms where they will also bo given a ticket to the ball game. Many of these men have already signi- fied that they intend to be here by way of letters and through editorials In their papers. 13. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE SECURED FOR COWGIRLS AS YOU LIKE IT. WHAT OTHERS THINK. School Spirit. A group of 30 Ohio State students stood In the wajtlng room of Union Station last night. Their faces and bodies were scar- red and bruised. They had spent every af- ternoon since school opened in the hard- est kind of scrimmage and drill on the football field west of tho Stadium. They were on their way to Purdue to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 December 1923

HOMECOMING INSPIRES CLUB ORGANIZATION Under the Inspiration of the home-coming several Simmons Clubs were organ- ized last week among the alumni and former students of Simmons in cities of this section. The chain of sucli clubs is gradually growing; and the Alumni Asso- ciation Is thus taking a firm hold through the West. Mrs. Roy Bradley as Presi- dent of the Association and E. T. Miller field secretary havo been doing a big Work In making a real live Association. Merkel Simmons Club first in the chain was organized in October with Holland Teaff '20 president and a charter mem- bership of fifteen; soon after the organiza- tion at Merkel some thirty or more Ab- ilene exes and graduates met and or- ganized the Abilene Simmons Club. Mil- dred Paxton '17 was made president. It was at the first meeting that the club voted to constitute itself host for the home-coming Thanksgiving. Last week saw the formation of Sim- mons clubs at Breckenridgc Eastland Cis- co and Haskell. Breckenridgc m...

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

I""B TW'1wmf' jp""wi' v"f yr-qpyy-' ygyjiyvnwryyg-rwf vw.v r'wfflt?rmTy'T'-Wfj' a f M' rt" '''; :?.)'. "' iftV' -. ! "fit" .rri ' v id '.'' c J f .... w-tf-' i" ;w. 'y. . . . .': .' '" .' a. ft . ;T !!( iJ vw- 7e Famous Cowboy Band BEST VALUES IN PICTURE FRAME MOULD- INGS Wnll Pictures and Swing Framds. REX STUDIO Phone 527 249 Pine St. DO. WILEY Director sui bbbbbbbbbsbbbbbbbbpbsbmeT! viously coached the Texas shorthorns and helped coach .the Longhorns whilo taking a law course tit the University. He played hts time as tackle at Washington & Lee at llit; same time that that team held the Southern championship and was mentioned for All-American tackle. $ ALAR I Ed; $1200 to $2000 Over ten ttmes on 111117 positions m graduates. Money-biclr gusrsntcn insures position. World- famous courses superior equipment and Individual .Instruction saves 60 of time and money. Special rates NOW at College or by Mall. Catalog Free. Onigfiog's Bisloist Collect. AbllHt. Tutt to 38 PAN DANDY BREAD ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 December 1923

I THE "JOHN C. ROBERTS"-A SHOEFOR j B YOUNG MEN t ; H Brown calf leather' fancy stitched ricw French toe rubber jj? 9 heel. A late stylish last designed for young men. A great value at this special price . $6.70 . 11 QUAUTY-jMW SEfiVC BRONCO MANAGEMENT WELCOMES EXSTUDENTS Everybody seems to be saying WEL- COME theso day to all the many visitors that we liavo in our midst. The Bronco wants to join In with the others in say- ing welcome to the Exes and Alumni of the by-gono years. If you have ever had tho good pleasure of editing the Dronco years ago come into the Bronco office and sco us. Tho management would be glad to see and talk with you if you have timo and if you are busy como by and say "Howdy." Not only do wo want to see the Ex-Editor but we would liko to sco all of you who can come to see us. If there is an Editor of any other College annual In the gathering come to see us for wo want to meet you. Tiie Bronco takes great pleasure in join- ing in with tho entire student body ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 December 1923

""fTTT" ffij? Simmons Brand -V ''! Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 0 1923 Number 13 COWBOY -YELLOW JACKET CLASH ENDS IN A TIE J B k K 1 HOMECOMING WAS TREMENDOUS jUGCESS IN SPITE OF RAINS Although the rains of the previous day FOATRAIT CFKON HI? Mlit ilAtitH Ka ArntiiJi if vntiintlni (itr1nta vut uunn die viurrua ui v mining diuuvum at least one-half the first annual Turkey Day1 Home-coming of ex-students and alumni of Simmons was a tremendous suc- cess. Some 225 exes and alumni from some thirty-five Texas towns and from nearby states registered at Home-coming headquarters. These represented all the graduating classes of the school. It was a great day of renewing old friendships and getting acquainted with members of other classes and present students of the Old School. To Mrs. Jeanne Rice of Abilene went the honor of being the earliest graduate present she being the only member of the first graduating class that of 1896. ci. .t? - t . t .1 She was the rec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 December 1923

rm'"wiiiin4yMIj)lt4iBlliW)ff' HwaMml)aU'"i0StMWHHW tPtwVWwH0Wiwl'lJrlpv-VKrTV"m iUieiiqii.wiwi w5f wvpmiwi w ww""qwipupij vjWHi WP' '7WWWPPPX mwifti)BWii.xa)imwiiMwi - .. . j no one has ever been able to correctly es- j SlimmOIlStininU timate it. Certainly the annual Is to those p..ijui-.i w-Ji. .1. cmBM P who buy one one of their most treasured n... I- .u. t. . r .1.- cj. possessions-treasured not becauso of lt - Af !i rnii momentary value but because of its as- """' " """"" """" . . .1 ! l. . .! - sociauons 1110 lucwuwca 11 ucvu iuuv iu to plunge the line and whisk around the from pajama gymnastics Friday night ends. Cardwell will also likely return as John TidWell was a caller In room 13 a backfield man. this week No refreshments were scrred. The two great backs who hare done their Mr. F U. Powell entrusted a few more best for Simmons tn past seasons Camp missives to the tender mercies of the post and Adams played their last game Thurs- office department this week. Entered as sec...

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