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    • 1915 5

    • 1915 5
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    • History of the B.A. C. "GREAT thing have small beginnings." So it is written in all the books, and so it repeats itself and is acted out year after year in everything. The B. A. C. is no exception. In 1913 the Legislature of the great State of Utah...
    • 1915 9

    • 1915 9
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    • DAVID SHARP, B. S. The biggest little man in school. Beloved by every student. PARLEY DALLEY, B. S. In mathematics he is greater than Urdman, Harriot, or Descates, and with his kindness and his patience he has won the love and respect of all the...
    • 1915 15

    • 1915 15
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    • EULA BARTON. Her mind is her fortune, Her eyes a delight, An.d with Alma e'er near her, Her future's in sight. JAMES ESPLIN. "Describe him who can, An abridgem,ent of all that was pleasant in man." LULA CORRY. "Bright as the sun her eyes the gazers...
    • 1915 18

    • 1915 18
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    • LESTER THORLEY. "I dare do all that may become a man· Who dare do more is none!" VERDA LYMAN. "Silence is the perfect herald of joy." Verda possesses the herald some­times, other times she talks. RASS JONES. He has done his school good...
    • 1915 19

    • 1915 19
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    • RAMONA CLARK. A maiden fair, A sweet voice rare; Known to the school as "Sweet Lavender." ALBIN BROOKSBY. A diamond in the rough, his aim is high. HORTENSE WOODBURY. Quiet and unassuming, but win­some and bonnie, with- a maidenly charm and...
    • 1915 22

    • 1915 22
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    • WILSON LUNT. His jokes are original, likewise his deeds. DELLA BULLOCK.­" Those graceful acts, those thou­sand decencies that daily flow From all her words and actions." ROICE B. NELSON An excellent student for he has a constant inspiration, his...
    • 1915 23

    • 1915 23
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    • KATIE THORLEY. To her school none has been more loyal. J}.r' _ ORA DALLEY. "If to her share some female errors fall, Look on her face and you'll forget them all." CLYDE BUNKER. A splendid athlete and a natural leader.
    • 1915 28

    • 1915 28
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    • Seniors' Farewell "WHEN we look at ourselves in the light of thought, we discover that our life is embosomed in beauty." Experiences left behind us assume an even more pleasing form than we had anticipated, and as the timle ap­proaches when the...
    • 1915 35

    • 1915 35
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    • A Junior's Lament Where? Oh, where, is that old class? They're gone, they're gone, alas, alas! Once m,ore they waken in my breast The thoughts of school, of thoughts the best. Once more I hear and see and trace That happy bunch, also each face, As...
    • 1915 36

    • 1915 36
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    • ~ Three Years at High School HOW the time flies! And yet as we look back upon those three years of happy school life, filled to the brim with so many pleasant experiences, and see the work we have accomplished, the many dear friends we have made,...
    • 1915 37

    • 1915 37
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    • To Martha, When She and Rass Quit I saw them oft before As they passed by the door, And again, Their merry tones resound As they wander all around Through the lane. They say that in their prime They were together all the time~ Put it down. Not a...
    • 1915 40

    • 1915 40
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    • Sophomore Roll Call HURCHELL URIE. The boy who puts the say in saying. LEON LEIGH. Nicknamed "Fatty." Our famous little miler. CLARENCE RIDDLE. Class President, first semester. One of our best students; studies late at night but wants "Day" all the...
    • 1915 41

    • 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 51

    • 1915 51
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    • The City Government OUR school has bee.n noted for its efficient student body organizations, chief of which is the school city. The students of the B. A. C. have been granted a city charter, and they have enacted city ordinances. Thus they are...
    • 1915 95

    • 1915 95
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    • My Mary Hicks Osroe's knocking at thy door, Mary Hicks. Just as he's knocked so oft before, Mary Hicks. Doesn't he become a bore? For he keeps coming 'more and more, And he's calling as of yore, "Mary Hicks, my Mary Hicks." Listen to his sweet...
    • 1915 96

    • 1915 96
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    • A Little Laughter A LOVE LETTER. The following unique epistle was picked up lately in the street: "Dear Bill, The reason I didn't laff when you laft at me in the post office yesterday, was becos I hev a bile on my face, and I can't laff. If I laff...
    • 1915 98

    • 1915 98
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    • ,~,) ~ ...J Main Buildings, Branch Agricultural College. Branch Agricultural .College of Utah Southern Utah's Big State, School Stands for the "NEW EDU'CATION," NEW IDEALS, NEW METHODS. Education that is, liberal, ,practical, sane, sound and...
    • 1915 99

    • 1915 99
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    • The Utah Agricultural College offers to the graduates of the Normal School and the High School excep­tional opportunities for advanced train- . ing in Agriculture, Home Economics, Agricultural Engi!!~_~Jing,.'.Com- ," metee,---lVleclian~--Arts...
    • 1915 100

    • 1915 100
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    • FOUND IN EXAMINATION PAPERS. Law of Conversation of matter. The ea.rth is surrounded by fifty miles of gravity. Lowell had many parents of culture on e,ach side. Whittier was born on a farm all alone. TOUGHS. "You have a pretty tough-looking lot of...

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