The Bronco, Yearbook of Hardin-Simmons University, 1935 Page: 90
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Pee-shooter Canon with more than he can chew. . . Sackett, the boy with the wooly pants .. At Tech game, Cowboy
band directors, present and past. . . Marching on to Juarez. . . Slip-horns in action at Wichita Falls. . Getting set
to rock the School of Mines stadium. . The young enterprising journalists, (three of a kind). . . Freshmen unload at
Wichita. . . The little Maestro gets action. . . Thirty-five Cowboys face the Matador organization ... Just another parade
behind the horses. . . Traffic of Wichita gets tangled as Cowboys unload. . . Mable II takes a corner. . . The Cowboy
band salutes El Paso. . . The band thrills El Paso's downtown district with their parade. .. Young and tender Freshmen
drill vigorously on the 40 acres. . . Yearby prepares to make history as the Cowboy band yell leader.
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