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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...
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    • Debating V DRING the experience of the B. A. C. in school actl.·vities, an interest in debating has developed which will inevitably culm­inate in a partial revolution of the present attitude toward it. 'rhree years ago, at the birth of the B. A....
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    • Student Body Officers VERT IS WOOD President WAYNE BRYANT Vice-President JUNE FOSTER Secretary WESLEY PRYOR Commissioner of Publications REX LLOYD Sophomore Representative MELBA MIDLETOX Freshman Representative E. RAY LYMAN Athletic Council ARTHUR...
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    • HIGH SCHOOL 'T^HE mere mentioning of the term "High School" brings trooping to my mind a host of re-minisences. Some of my memories send thrills of pleasure coursing through my body; some send chills of displeasure. The pleasurable sensations far...
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    • Scene from "Seventh Heaven" "Seventh Heaven' 'T^HE Branch Agricultural College has long enjoyed a splendid reputation for its Dramatic productions. The college plans to produce at least one full-length play each year. The cast is selected from both...
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    • PEP CLUB Pep Girls were organized in February, 1930, with Elliot Eat-ough as their President and Arr Nita Urie as Secretary. The aim of the Pep Girls has been to instill into the school "pep," "spirit," and "life," and to support all Student Body...
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    • ROSS WOOLSEY BOB DOTSON SUMMER HflTCH GRflNT ESPLIN DflSIL BATHEWS PRATT SMITH PAUL LUNT Lack of experience was perhaps the greatest drawback to the College and High School teams and prevented them from winning all the games that were scheduled,...
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    • Education, we should never forget, is more than mere training of the mind. It is this of course tut it is something else also, because intellectual quality is not complete, is often indeed dangerous, without cor-responding moral strength to go with...
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    • A week before the students of the Branch Agricultural College went their various ways to go home for Christmas Holidays, a group of 15 boys and girls were initiated into the National Debate Fraternity of Phi Rho Pi. In order to join this fraternity...
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    • Friendliness^tKe word suggests a warm, brotherly feeling for tKose you contact; whether it is those you meet in going from class to class, or fraternity and sorority brethern to whom you have pledged faithfulness, or merely those that participate...
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    • The Chi Theta Iota, the oldest fraternity on the campus, successfully carried throughout another year of activities. Under the very capable and enthusiastic leadership of their president and officers, a most interesting year, full of activities...
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    • As evidenced by the photographs, the XVomen's Residence Hall has been popular this year. Although special permission is necessary for a male person to pass beyond the portals of the reception hall plus the fact that the doors close on week days at...
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    • More students participate in intramural competition than in any other phase of our present physical education program. Every club, sorority, fraternity, and other organiza-tions participate in the several events. Six-man football started off the...
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    • PRACTICALLY EVERY GIRL PARTICIPATES Athletics are not only represented by the fellows of the B. A. C. but the fairer sex have also spent many hours of physical exertion in this line. The XVomen's Intramural program has been carried on largely...
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    • tyta* INTRAMURALS AT THE BRANCH AGRICUL-TURAL COLLEGE PROVIDE OPPORTUNITY FOR PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT AND EXPRESSION. Experiencing perhaps one of the most complete programs in years, this season's growth in intramural competition has paved the way for...
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    • Serious looking faces prevailed while the cast for "Prologue to Glory" waited for calls Gus O Larsen, director of the Institute, bids good afternoon to open house dignitaries Although only putting a pinenut in his mouth Parry Urie appears to be...
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    • SOPHOMORES HENRY BERGSTROM, President If a whizz of a student is called a shark, Henry must be a whale. ANTHON LUNT, Vice President Pa, give me a nickle, I want to be tough. OSCAR OLSEN, Secretary-Treasurer The biggest little boy in school. MIRIAN...
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    • Back Row left to right: Seaman, Ashby, Hanchet Chidester, Hol-lingshead, Taylor Coach Hunsaker. Center Row: Albrich, Atkins, Johnson, Higbee, Nelson. Front Row: Anderson, Nealson, Gunn, Chamberlane. TRACK SQUAD Although the team this year has not...
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    • The basketball season this year was rather disappointing. We won five and lost nine. The strongest cause was attributed to the fact that the squad was all freshmen but two, Hinton and Duncan as the only veterans, doing a fine job among...
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    • Thirza Little, Representative; Mildred Belisle, Vice- President; Lyle Robb. President; Mary Leone Haight, Secretary; Richard Hanseen, [Representative. "Zion Trek >—Lyle, Terry, and "Inch" strutting their stuff. Miss Hansen goes through the kissing...

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