The Bronco, Yearbook of Hardin-Simmons University, 1935 Page: 91
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The bell has stood untouched by Fish of '38. . . Freshmen wearing the belated green and yellow hoods... Kinard and
Yearby, a couple of white-collared old ladies, just thrown out of Mary-Frances. . .McCleskey, Norris, and Lacy, three
more reasons why students appreciate art. . . Queen Mil Richeson, the Belle of Mankins, views the world from the auditorium
alcove. . Three wise monkeys, Morrow, Shults, and Taylor, with their Cowboy aprons on. . . Sumpter Reed, the
Count of No Count . . High school students infest the Hardin-Simmons campus for a day of amusement. .. Mrs. Mac's
pride and joy, where football boys collect their hours . . Band bus plagued with a covey of freshman girls. . . Prexy's
den, one of the most beautiful spots on the campus. .. Sees all, knows all, tells nothing.
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