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    • Pi students at the University of Redlands, Bakers-field Junior College and finally with those entered in the tournament being held at the College of the Pacific at Stockton, California. Not only was there participation in debate by our members but...
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    • Following a vigorous training program, the B. A. C. fotball team started off on tKe road to victory. During the entire season the Aggie machine fell but twice. Early in the season it defeated the Los Vegas High team usually an impossible feat, to...
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    • Starting with a new schedule, practically a new lineup. Tuff tackled the job of producing a smooth working basketball team. Starting in December, Carbon came to Cedar City to stop the Aggies to a 40-25 score. However, on the Carbon floor the...
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    • TO YOU The Owner of This Boot May it serve to remind you of many happy hours. May it keep alive within you the hopes you now have for the future. May it also assure you of our sincere appreciation of your patronage. May we in turn, merit your...
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    • Gwen Cooley, Secretary Alice Anderson, President The seniors have been the youngest class on the campus for three years, but they have proved to be a decided asset. This peppy group have done much to instill life into the B.A.C. student body. They...
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    • Leon "Papa" Theobald Quarterback Ray "Bunk" Bunker Tackle Aaron "Tobe" Leigh Quarterback Perron "Stubb" Sondregger Tackle Vernon "Poke" Willis End Art "Bucket" Pilgrim End Jed "Apostle" Wasden Guard Glen "Ike" Allred Center Mark "Brad"...
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    • Carbon B.fl.C. game, Thornton is busy at work returning the ball from one of the Golden Eagles. This is one of the games we won. Hatch points for basket in Dixie fray at B.fl.C. Hinton comes in to help. Larsen takes tip from Dixie lad,...
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    • To begin the regular schedule B.fl.C. trounced Carbon and then traveled on to Mesa to take a 58-48 shellacking. We then won two in a row, Westminster and Dixie being the victims. Dixie then revenged themselves by trouncing us 48-24. B.A.C. again...
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    • Carlyle "Corny" Hulet Forward Shirl "Stuck" Stuck! Forward Willard "Steve" Stephenson Guard Art "Bucket" Pilgrim Guard Bryant "Bry" Leigh Guard Clinton "Clint" Hoyt Guard H. B. "Tuff" Linford Coach Pre-season games: Dec. 21 Ogden Pioneers 58 Dec....
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    • I I i 1941 FOOTBALL SCORES Opponents B. A. C. Univ. of Nevada (Practice) 20 23 Mesa . . . . 26 14 \Vestminster . . . 0 41 Weber . . . . 2 0 0 Dixie (Practice) 0 33 Carbon . . . . 0 27 Snow . . . . 0 26 Dixie 0 14 From tne B. A. C. team came three...
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    • DN THE HARD COURT Conrad Hatch Forward Bryant LeigK Guard Tommy Fullmer Forward Ray Englestead Guard Melvin Lyman Guard Wayne Robins Forward Simon Benson Forward Kent Dover Forward In addition to Kaving^fflB^^Foot-ball team this year, the B. A. C....
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    • Dorothy BradsKaw Lvle Robb Co-Valedictorians A Kome economics major . . . nas been president of tne Associated Women Students, 1941-42 . . . is very proud of her "A" record . . . likes sloppy joe sweaters and moccasions . . . participated in girls'...
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    • Mark BradsKaw, Norma Schmutz, Robert Hanseen, Elva Oldroyd F 0 R E N S I C S The Debate Squad coacKed by Orville Isom was unable to make the traditional trip to California for Debate tournament because of Defense Conservation. However, they...
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    • DOUGLAS SYLVESTER Forward HOWARD MATHEWS Forward BOB ROWLEY Forward GAMES Iron Mountain 36 B.A.G. 46 Las Vegas G. S 51 B.A.C. 44 Las Vegas G. S 45 B.A.G. 33 Indian Springs A.A.F 46 B.A.C. 33 Indian Springs A.A.F 57 B.A.C. 38 Carbon College 38...
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    • Delta Fillmore Snow Mesa Dixie Carbon Dixie 20-0 (Practice) 33-0 (Practice) 40-0 33-0 7-0 0-7 0-0 (Non-league) It seemed that all the games the Aggies played were always one-sided. Usually in favor of the B. A. C. ream. All the games played were...
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    • The Junior Conference league opened this year with several uncer-tainties. Due to ths United States' en-trance into the war many players were taken in to the armed forces and travel was restricted. After holding several meetings it was decided to...
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    • Wta/t and Park* CBDAR CITY, UTAH CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF "43" John Humbert Rosenberg O'Dean Olds La Rue Hanseen Reed Rosenberg Ken Matheson Carol Olds Jack Brown Helen Bateman Don Matheson Rowberry Tom Brown Betty Worthen Earl Corry Doug...
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    • Warren AKlstrom Tackle Arden Allred Hall Back Claron BradsKaw End Melvin Armstrong End George Jeffs Full Back Paul Groesbeck Guard Shirl Graff Half Back • m HE schedule opened at Cedar City against Uthe strong University of Utah Reserves, and the...
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    • OOTBALL FOOTBALL SCORES U. of Utak Reserves 14 B. A. C. U. S. A. C. Reserves 32 B. A. C. Carbon College . . . . 13 B. A. C. Fort Douglas 12 B. A. C. Carbon College . . . . 6 B. A. C 14 0 6 0 13 Not pictured: Gerald AskwortK Clark Spendlove Half...

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