The Simmons Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 5, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 13, 1923 Page: 2 of 4
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SeViaBnta$ WICHITA'S RECEPTION
PttUhked Weekly by the Simmon Press IS PRAISED BY PREXY
Club Jn the Interest of the Student
Body of Simmons College.
Cowboy Batd Slakes
Big Hit at Wichita
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. T?55..h!BL"'te"7"?..lrf lobby of the Kemp Hotel and the school
Entered a. eend claw matter June 22 cm towns together but I believe that Mil gJL'bow BWcn hy lho hwMm of tI!
19ntatthePooffic8aAbneneTaa tay T& JttZX h
Sumption Price per ycar.2.00 jfSSiJ WTpT
Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Fng the trip made by the football boys MariJ?S
anu siuaew ueicgauon 10 wo iexas-viua- . .1 ..... i f ii
hOmma Fair. "Our team our faculty our lJ t ?. P" P'C yC"W
i...i j u. .....i.... i.. .i. .1 .: sweaters and caps.
Office: First Floor Science Building.
Published Each. Saturday Morning.
band and the students who made tliO trip
grateful for the treatment accorded
The Cowboy Band is becoming a Texas
rB " T' A" ' V" 'u:"'" ..". " institution. It is now nationally known.
"Or"'. .7 "."- ""-v"""'. " nni ilnr f.vnr n ni Om M.r
officials tho hotels and Wichita a citizen
slilp." He added that "We were dlsap
ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor
BAKER CUMMINGS . . . Business Men- pointed at not winning; but that was over-
NELSON HUTTO . i MaKacinc Editoh shadowed by the fine support which the
JOE JACKSON Advertising Manager Pplo. Rve our team and the royal way
and their favorite "Tho Ole Gray Mare"
always sways a crowd and brings out the
jovial fun loving spirit.
ALBERT FOX .Circulation Manager
in which we were entertained."
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Reportcri For This. Issue: J "imie n;uson V61'0 rWT' MMMUNd MKbliK oHOF
Emma Barrett F. U. Powell. Charles " im?n HU and Lulre ' i1. . S1
Eaton Myrtle Barber Phinis McBeth and "all 1) stayed over in Wichita Falls
the last week end.
PHONE 1682 CALLS
FOR FRESH CLEAN.
GROCERIES AND FEED
Corner Grape and Ambler Ave.
ED. S. HUGHES CO.
Wholesale and Retail
ANGELO ABILENE LVBBOCK
..? i'r.ttti f Cowboys McetT. C. U.
laic iui ociuai u& miu uuwviii vavuihirw
comlna to the attention of the Simmons
Brand management to run articles on the.
front page dealing with grave injustices
done in football. The greater part of
these seem to be merely alibis of the team
suffering defeat when they expected to
walk off with a victory.
Especially noticeable to the Brand cdi
at Fort Wdrtb .Today
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other Cowboy M. McCasland halfback
is not in condition to play on account of a
bad shoulder. .
.- :- ..!. ........ ...... !.. f ...... -m' uuisiue oi uic loss ui n.uiiuiuuii mm
S5 S!?A:;.eJ":t.?"ffi these other cassualticsthc team that meets
V UIU WUIUIIUIH'JIUllt h"i"v ........ m . . 1.... ..
We Cater to the College Men
E. V. SMITH PROP.
CHAMPION SHOE SHOP
Falls in last week's "Kangaroo." Instead
of giving the facts as they were tho re
porter merely gave a slight summary of tho
game and his own opinion as to the merits
of the two teams and their playing.
To the iirand this all seems to be utter
ly useless and uncalled for.
stands for squareness and fairness on all u " " '
h rliX n X o; Teh of ZBpe "T K Sctice JS the
sonal opinion element which to the BiS-d llt le" e? JKT o"eran
r.andLed0oftj0ou!!iiskmC!PAgt S? "y ft
time they Win nothing for either team and e"d ns 1e Smm0"s fef fB.0'"8 ?
certainly place a reflection on all further h?rd to)sP at A 3V
.!..: :.! .:t... ..1...1 of pep has been shown in the scrimmage
relation with either school. 1 afl a much gtrongcr offensc wiR
The Brand u opposed to this method of . acatn.t t C. U. than went against Bay-
;ri. ir 11 .. 1 ::; '.."
vjjuct&iu. n mere must ue cmicisin vur
Experienced Shoe Repairers
... WVU...f ..-W . . ---
C. U. to-day will be a far better one All Work Guaranteed. (Jutck Service
than met Austin last week. In fact the
Cowboy squad is improving steadily and
is already a better one than that ot last
year. The development of the line from
entirely new material with the exception
The Brand of G'Don n? bccn amost phenomenal
ana great nungs uic cjicvitu ui uw
sarcasm) then it seems that the editorial
column is the place for it. All such dis-
jor pr Austin.
The Horned Frogs Iiave one of the strong
est teams of their history tins year lhey
ciwsions are mooiea questions ana 10 ine . .. ivnn " hv . rw.
place tor . . . f " .. ...... 1..
uranu cuuuriai column is 111c pioce ior . . .r i . . .:... 1.
them they then at least 'would not mar the W8 in P0'"1 f.?Pf ' L.8 I'f tit'
While8 writing on the subect I wiU say 0n l me"' i" 3rnff?!1"
that if the Kangaroo writer had watcbed fnd tt ?' '.PfJJ ""wi kSS
his facta a little more closely he prob- Vl ?ears !""' "avo been
m Z ij .1 u vuoc' "" r1"" showing up as Well Clark a new quarter
ably -would not have been so sure as to V ? ' . ;ii r..
!. i.l !. KMt . . w:!i '1as shown exceptional .ability. Larson
SLttsnt S rCpwUT'made P-Sf fthSbS'
nine first downs to the Kangaroos four s tlU nLtle hnuP- .
and gained 191 yards to the Kan- J"8' what method of attack the Frogs
garoos' 141. Now as to the breaks of the "'" ? is. unknown. Tlie-' ga!me. in the sea
game if there were such breaks as the ot mud. in which they beat Oklahoma A.
Kangaroos would have you believe then & M last week did not reveal the real
in the fact of the number of first downs P"s "t strength of the team but it Js
and the ground gained why then did Sim- thought that they are strong on the pass-
mons not win? The reason was that Sim- ln8 game. The Cowboy defense is good
raons got no breaks. against passes however.
Furthermore it seems to the Brand too The probable Cowboy line-up: Gibson
much like high school stuff to give a re- right end; Morris right tackle; McCas-
port of a game in that manner. Also it is land right guard; Maggart center; Cook
net a college pustom for the coach to strike (or Harrison) left guard; Wright (or liar-
an official over a slight matter as did rison) left tackle; Woods (or Mobley)
the Austin coach. left end; Estes quarter; Johnson lefthalf;
The purpose of this article has as its Camp righthalf; Adams full.
toundation the desire that all college pub-
lications strive toward that fairness and
equality and courteousness in their news
articles that should be found in a college
paper. It is earnestly hoped for that every r
college paper in Texas will hearken to the The Upward Payne Yellowjackets were
necessity of the adoption of the slogan only able to defeat the Canyon Normal
"Fairness to All." It will not make ene- Buffaloes 6-0 at Canyon Saturday.
mies for either side and will keep all con-.
tented if such conditions are left for the
The Tv C. U. Horned Frogs beat the
Oklahoma Aggies jn a sea of mud at
Stillwater Okla. last week 7-6.
The Texas Aggies had difficulty in
beating out Southwestern 13-0 in a hard
fought game Saturday.
1 For some time every one has been ach-
ing about there not being enough pep and
colleee spirit in Simmons but no one has
the right to say that there is no college The S M. U Mustangs trounced Hen-
spirit in Simmons now for the pep and derson;Hrown to the tune of 33-0 in last
enthusiasm for the last few weeks lias been "week's game.
all that one would ask. The demonstration .
last Friday on the trip to Wichita and The Centenary Gentlemen still under
while at Wichita was one that we con the coaching of the famous "Bo" McMil-
never forget. Those who are in Simmons Ian won their third straight victory Sat-
for the first time caught the spirit and urday by defeating the University of
realize what it means to be a part of a Chatanooga 46 to 7. '
great student body that is pulsating with
life and vigor. The St. Edwards eleven tamed the North
The score at Wichita of 0-0 might and in Texas Hornets 13-0 Saturday
all probability would have been a dlf-
ferent one had it not been for the one The Texas Longhorns ripped the Phil-
hundred and fifty rooting boosting Sim- lips line arid ran away witli last". 'week's
uiuiiuuea iai co usc-iug uic v.unuuyo game wim a ai-u victory. t
with all they had. And the boys acknowl
edge that they can just naturally play bet
ter and put more punch behind the play
when they know that the student body is
behind them. The sight of several hun-
dred young vigorous men and women full
of life and love for the school more near-
ly represents the spirit that has made Sim
mons what she is today than any other one game and a string qf substitutions
thing could possibly do. counted for the Denton touchdown.
The Burleson Bruins beat the Commerce
Normal eleven 13 to 0 Saturday '
The Baylor University Bears ran away
with a 33 to 7 win over Denton Normal
last week. The Bears ripped the Denton
line at will. Bridges used 25 men in the
THE O. & D. fRY-OUT.
able material to carry on the work this
Net only tke possibility of serving on
ee el the College teams or representing
tke school in oratory but the training and
aiocUtkm afforded by the Council itself
' Tid for the serious consideration of every
mr kaving any ambition to attain to the
very beet developsent
E. S. Scott preached
church last Sunday
that a gee. mtaber of bmh will rally to
tke cell mm pmeeM the-Metves tor mem-bors-ip.
It k t the man who is gifted
tfcat always wm but some et the real
siotarfc-i at t weee who alwaya 4etr
y MnetteMty try. ine L.aeii
the bad of -sen who are aggressive.
to work aad awake to tbeir op-
k fat tv lis that nromlm
' fcotJi pertooelMy ami Mm.
231 Pine Street
A. A. SIM0NDS PROP.
WE DO NOT COBBLE
NOBBY SHOE SHOP
1026 North Second
Get a Memory Book Now
and Keep a Record of
Your College Days
FOUNTAIN PENS PENCILS SIMMONS SEAL STATIONERY
PENNANTS- PILLOWS ETC
-A cordial welcome to both now and
old students to inspect our
beautiful lino of
Ready-to-Wcar and Millinery
FOR FIRST CLASS
CARPENTER WORK AND
PAINTING SEE A. JOHN
WHAT YOU WANT - WHEN YOU WANT IT
GROCERIES FRESH FRUITS AND MEATS
4 f AND FEED
SIMMONS SUPPLY STORE
Your Patronage Solicited
' 1 COMMERCIAL BARBER SHOP f
UEUWtf I 1032 N. First Street
I WILL APPRECIATE ALL THE COLLEGE BOYS BUSINESS f
I SPECIAL VALUES THIS WEEK AT W. A. FARMER PROPRIETOR I
I MIMS' I ILwww
I IN DRESSES. SUITS. COATS. SWEATERS .f -.--..-.---. u.i.p
AND SKIRTS I I I
1 M HIGGINBOTHAM-BARTLETT LUMBER COMPANY I
5J Minis' is a popular place with the College Students and Jc S
I Faculty. Come to see us often! 4TH & PINE STREETS :: PHONE 7
1 'I I ABILENE'S BIG BUILDING MATERIAL STORE
I . MIMS DRY GOODS COMPANY 1 j
3j flic Store of Individuality InntlffTritTriliTTiiynliyTtliTffl
Mims Corner Phone One-0nc-One t k
WE INVITE THE FACULTY AND STUDENTS OF
To our store whether you want to buy or not. Come in look
around. We carry everything in fancy Groceries Vegetables
Fruits and Fresh Meats.
HALEY-HANEY-SIGNOR COMPANY '
Cor. N. 2nd and Walnut Sts.
3 Phones: 125-127-128
WE SOLICIT YOUR GROCERY TRADE
COMPLETE STOCK FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
PAINTS OILS BRUSHES GLASS WALL PAPER
WE FRAME PICTURES AND GIVE YOU SERVICE
PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS
946 N. 1st Street Phone 1417
The Daniel Baker Hill-Billies after a
lone season of trainine will open their
The annual fall try-out of the Oratorical Bea90n wih Eat Texas Normal Saturday
and Debating Council to be held on Wed- T nr.ii j .i i.
Perha a. Bever before the college needs ia inJiZJ .lf .m &
t&X&2mS$Z SI nounced they would not claim . forfeit-
the Council faces the task ot nnding suit'
. -y r
1 3 PHONES: 820134 PINE STREET
:c ' Jt I
n ?! p. O- BOX 464 ABILENE TEXAS.
i 5 Attend the finest business college in Texas. Over 60000 square feet of floor
h 5 space. Fire proof and steam heated. Positions guaranteed to graduates 'f.
fc 5 rill in name and mail coupon for catalogue and full information.
I 1 ALRE..
at White Flat
&&? XS MGER SEWING MACHINE CO.
$12M to $20et V
Qnt Un Ucwa o Bway porithfas u irdHt.
Ha-w-Mi ausmiUe Inmttn pe-Mo-. WmW-
I HALLMARK'S BAKERY - I
The Home of "Cream of Quality" Bread
IT'S MADE WITH MILK t
PHONE 858 1151 N SECOND
ATHLETIC AND SPORTING GOODS
We are headquarters for Athletic Sweaters all colors carried
SPECIAL ORDERS DELIVERED IN TEN DAYS!
Bradley & Newman
fc-iim touriM nhiIm iulpmt Ml ladlvMi-a
tittwiirtin -we tn olUm M rooay. SbmW
MtoelfOW et CtHf othy HUiTCtUiatTft.
Ahu Ofu OgUyi j TMBL '-O-B-t 0-l
THERE IS NO USE LOOKING ELSEWHERE FOR BUSINESS HOUSES
FOR SOME OF EVERY KIND ARE FOUND IN OUR ADV. COLUMNS
(GREETINGS TO OLD AND NEW STUDENTS
We solicit your laundry business and offer you the best service
and highest quality of work.
ABILENE STEAM LAUNDRY COMPANY
One block east pf postoffice on paved street.
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