The Bronco, Yearbook of Hardin-Simmons University, 1935 Page: 87
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Entrez dans... Like father, like son.. .Santa Claus was shore good to Sybil. . .Mr. and Mrs. is the name. . . Mrs.
Mac's handiwork helps beautify the campus . . Now Burgamy does not go home every week-end, and why should he? . . .
The stump harbors many lovers' secrets. . . A characteristic pose of "where were you on the night of the 13th" Desmond,
(the Seniors' choice). . . Moxley trying to put the new Fern slimes over. . . Rev. Barnett is the only one not forced into
this marriage, don't you think? . . . Where they learn their do-ra-mes. .. Tommie poses while Mach cringes... Oh, Cactus,
where art thy sting . . Chicago's ignominious product. . . The Gulledge twins go in for basketeering. .. The Stringer-Harris
love malady reminds us of a bowl of cherries, Oh, Yeah!. . . Coach Cranfill always has that friendly smile... Finis.
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