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    • 1901, cash account 11

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    • Cash Account. June.: Date. Received. Paid. 6th Writing Tablets .10 6” 4 pens .05 6 to M.W. & Co., for catalogue information etc. .17 15 Saunders 10.00 15 Fran Fuller 2 quilts 10.00 15 Saunders 12.00 19 Overalls(Strauss no. 2) .75 19...
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    • 41 References Albert, L. S. (2004).Universities at their best. Education Digest, 23, 14-19. Astin, A. W. (1985). Achieving educational excellence. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Astin, A. W. (1997). Liberal education and democracy: The case for...
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    • No pirates no princesses 77 Miller, K. (2005). Communication theories: Perspectives, processes, and contexts (2nd ed.). New York, New York: McGraw-Hill. Miller, N., & Dollard, J. (1941). Social learning and imitation. New Haven, CT: Yale...
    • 1910, page 212

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    • Memoranda: canal pay Turned September John Sanders $2.50 Ben Bradshaw 16.43 M. DeMill 22.26 Jos. H. Petty 10.00 J.T. Hall 8.00 Ralph Campbell 8.86 G.H. Isom 1.20 Wm Ruesch 18.00 Mdse. C.A.W. 19.60 Total 196.85 assessment 14.45 121.30 ...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 58 Takebayashi, T., Yamashita, T., Minaki, Y., & Ishii, S. (1997). Mechanosensitive afferent units in the lateral ligament of the ankle. British Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 79, 490- 493. Thomas,...
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    • ROY L. HALVERSEN, B. S. Associate Professor of Music C. WAYNE COOK, B. S., M. S. Assistant Professor of Range Management DAVID L. SARGENT, B. S., M. S. Associate Professor of Agriculture and Biology MAVIS JOHNSON, Registrar HAROLD M....
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    • Clyde Cleave, Theone Johnson, Muriel Mathews, Mildred Stephen-son, Mrs. Whetten, Renee Wood, Evelyn Arns. /I. W. B. All of the girls in the student body participated in the A. W. S. (Associated Women Students). The organization was headed by Renee,...
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    • DAN HEAPS, he's a swell guy for a sheepherder; and sheepherders are nice people. MO WANA ANDERSON, the "blondie" of the Dorm. You will probably see her anywhere. LINEL MINER, decided he had better start to plan for the future, so he went to the...
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    • School ? Started And suddenly the Dormitory came to life. Then Mavis was swamped with a horde of bewildered Freshmen trying to get registered. To start things off right the A. W. S. had their traditional Big Sister Kitchen party at which, you...
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    • A. W. S. OFFICERS A. W. S. Officers . . . initiated "Big Sister movement at Branch College . . . directed affairs of Associated Women Students . . . kept peace and Harmony in the ranks . . . sponsored Girls \Veek and climaxed it with A. XV. S. Ball...
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    • • '•' . . • • . • fun. The Hallowe'en party with the spook alley and lots of lively ghosts was loads of And on Sundays we attended church at the Institute regularly. (Supposedly) There were Christmas parties galore; the pajama party at...
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    • State Road Commission, 393, 404, 405 Steele, Marlon, 460 Stephens, J. L., 324 Stephens, John, 78, 99 Stephenson, A. W , 399, 412, 420 . (City Manager) Stevenson. James, 372 Stevenson, Joseph G., 128, 133 (Sexton), 167, 196, 205 Stevenson, King, 298...
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    • Marian Bennion, Editor Veda Kenney, Bus. Mgr. Lights burning in the wee hours the day before a section had to be in; Olaf, Ava, and Mr. Nelson staggering about loaded with cameras and light equipment; groups of people with fixed expres-sions on...
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    • A. W. £. Every girl enrolled at the B.A.C. is a vital part of the Associated Women Students. It is through this organization that all girls of any and all affiliations forget their separate unit competitions and unite as true "Aggies" with a...
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    • A. W StepKenson, B S. Instructor in Commerce. Chairman. Div-ision of Commerce. Grace Tucker B S., B A., M. A. Instructor in Textiles Roy L. Halverson B S. Associate Professor of Music Hazel Parks B. S. Instructor in. Home Economics Twain Tippetts...
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    • I A. W. STEPHENSON, B.S. Instructor of Business; Chairman, Division of Commerce F LEROY WALTERS, B.S. A&E Aircraft Instructor in Auto Mechanics and Aeronautics LOIS LAVEVE WHETTEN, B.S. Instructor, Physical Education PARLEY DALLEY, B.S., M.S....
    • 1900, Apr 7

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    • Sat. April 7, 1900: Ther. cool., Wea. rain in evening. I went to the Coop farm turned my horse in and walked to J.A.W’s pasture and back, then came home, got rained on from Shonesberg home. Sunday 8: Ther. 40., 46., Wea. stormy.. Staid at home. ...
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    • ILLARD CLUB From the land of the Alfalfa Hay (Millard County) came twen ty four students and four faculty members to the B A. C. They got together and put on a novel as-sembly which was a lot of fun for everyone. There were several meet ings and...
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    • Beth Prestwich, President, Mrs WKetten, Advisor, Evelyn Kunz, Vice-Pres , Lois Urie Secretary A. W S. The largest organ ization on trie camp-us composed of all trie girls atJB nn L!1IA.A. The Women s Athletic Associ ation creates interest in...

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