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    • 1915 41

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    • LELAND BETENSON. "Betty." Is noted for his yarns on speech days. Our famous half mile man. (It is a half mile from school to the Sheep Store.) RAY THOMAS. Sophomore yell master, first semester. School yell mas­ter. Our leader in school activities....
    • 1915 109

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    • Students Come and Students Go, But We Are Here Forever The point in this to remember is that when you are far a.way-back in the old home-you can still enjoy the advantage of our big, well selected stock' of Merchandise. You have got a,cquainted...
    • 1908, page 20

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    • 20 SOUTHERN BRANCH FOUR YEAR NORMAL COURSE. The granuate from this course receives a certificate. See prescribed courses on succeeding page. NORMAL COURSE. First Year. First half Second half. English a 5 5 Algebra...
    • 1905, page 18

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    • 18 SOUTHERN BRANCH. FOUR YEAR NORMAL COURSE. First Year. First Half. Second Half. Algebra a 5 5 English a 4 4 Drawing (4 recitations) ………….. 2 2 Music (2 recitations) 1 1 Oral Expression 2 2...
    • 1905, page 19

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    • 19 STATE-NORMAL SCHOOL. Forth Year. First Half. Second Half. Educational Psychology 3 Child, Psychology 2 Pedagogy ………………………… 3 Special Methods………………….. 5 5 Training 4 4...
    • 1905, page 20

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    • 20 SOUTHERN BRANCH. Note 1.-Students may take Algebra b and Geometry b instead of Geometry a and Accounting and Business Law, or Dress Making and Cooking. Note 2.-Students may take an elective instead of Dress Making and...
    • 1906, page 18

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    • 18 SOUTHERN BRANCH FOUR YEAR NORMAL COURSE. First Year. First Half. Second Half Algebra a 5 5 Engli sh a …………………………. 4 4 Drawing (4 recitations) ……………2 2 Music (2...
    • 1906, page 19

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    • 19 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. FIVE YEAR NORMAL COURSE Note.-All electives must be approved by the Normal Committee. The First Year will not be given at the U. of U. in 1906-7. First Year. First Half Second Half. Algebra a 5 5 Drawing a...
    • 1907, page 19

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    • 19 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. and either Domestic Science or Manual Training. But one of the two subjects, Manual Training or Domestic Science may be offered as credit towards graduation. Third Year. First half. Second half. Accounting 3...
    • 1907, page 20

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    • 20 SOUTHERN BRANCH NOTE.-The second year of this course will not be given at the U. of U. in 1907-8. Second Year. First Half. Second Half. Algebra a 5 (5) Accounting and Business Law 2 2 Chemistry a 3 3 Cooking (4...
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    • DONALD C. URIE Biography 1875 - 1948 Donald Clyde Urie was born in Cedar City, Utah. October 2 9 , 1875, the son of John and Priscilla Klingensmith Urie. He died March 9, 1948. in Provo, Utah. He,attended the Branch Normal School in Cedar City and...
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    • office of Mayor of Cedar City by a majority of four votes. and WHEREAS, bond of said Walter K . Granger, in the sum of one thousand dollars, duly executed with the official oath attached, has been filed with the City Recorder. Now THEREFORE. Be it...
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    • THE WEB 231 Analytics 171 a “buy now” button that was green and one that was blue, you would create the HTML for both versions and copy them into the A/B testing tool. The tool would then show a different button to each user randomly until the...
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    • Emotional Manipulation and Psychopathy 26 study. It makes logical sense that the ability to perceive emotions would be vital to the ability to manipulate emotions. Those with high psychopathic traits would either be successful or a failure at...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 33 With narratives thus being concluded as an appropriate way to collect standpoints, one could still question the legitimacy of using blogs to collect narratives. As blogs are a relatively new medium for data collection, some may...
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    • Chapter 1 Introduction When approached for a reason for attending an institution of higher education, most students say they would like to earn a degree for higher job placement, higher salary, and higher satisfaction in their life accomplishments....
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    • 13 successfully have a significantly higher community participation rate at cultural, intellectual, athletic, and artistic events (Steinkamp, 1998, 34-59). Additionally, town-gown studies suggest that community members who have benefited from a...
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    • 14 VITA name. Most Universities run their VITA programs through their accounting offices by students as a fully-functioning nonprofit office (Hulsart, 2007, 48-50). VITA is a successful service-learning program because it provides tax information...

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