The Bronco, Yearbook of Hardin-Simmons University, 1935 Page: 86
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Chenault, Stallings, and Sprawls pose with their kin. . . Brothers going higher. . . Caesar's garden in front of
the stadium. . . Snakie Morrow drinks no more. . . A Texan impersonates an English cowboy. . . Tarpley and Kinard
seem to know what's wrong with Terry's dress. . . Copeland's candy wagon. . . By next year, Izard will know how to
get the button. . . Dr. Heart-throb Featherston (Freshman specialist) soothes Haggard's broken heart . . Creighton enters
Abilene hall for his fifth year... Historians out to search for the far flung corners of Fort Phantom Hill. . . Trip, trip,
trip little fishes. . . Goodby, cowhands! Woe to the girls left at home. . . A few faithful parading freshmen, very few. ..
They forgot the birds were migrating. . Beyond Damit the tranquil Mule-Barn raises its head. . . Pratt, Butler and
Shaw-three publicity hounds. . "Sweet Sue" Tippen cries after election of the Cowgirls.
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