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    • On Saturday night, scheduled as the last night of the meet, it was still anybody's tournament, with a possibility of a four-team tie which would necessitate the continuance of the battle to Monday. This possi-bility, as the games progressed,...
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    • ^ "The MessiaK"—December 17, 1959. Public ScKool Auditorium. The College Choras^the largest group of organized students on the campus^- is constantly growing in size and popularity. New students find plenty of opportun-ity for advancement in the...
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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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    • 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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    • Sitting: Woodbury, Duncan, Davis, G. Esplin, Theobald, Tuff, Hinton, McDonald, Cooper, Wasden, Mitchell. Standing: G. Esplin, TopKam, Pilgrim, Furniss, Allen, Hilton, Baker. Several members of the basketball squad have made records worthy of...
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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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    • 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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    • in Its history. While we won but third place in the conference we won seven games and lost but two very close ones, one to Dixie, 7-6, and another to Mesa, 6-0. From the B.fl.C. squad there were picked four all-conference men and two men on...
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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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    • 23^35 t i % 32 ,20 ,,S 3 37,* 3; , ^li ^f t It" i Branch Aggie Football Squad Tne Branch Aggie football team is to be congratulated on tKeir impressive record this year. One of the strongest teams in years, it won second place in the Junior...
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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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    • Competition in tKe Junior College conference 2m K| l l i i s year was exceptionally keen witK no team getting by with less tnan tbree losses in league A tournament witK four top teams competing was held at Ogden after league play was over. TKe...
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    • Scott Larson Forward Duard Millett Forward Deb Warner Guard Elliot Cameron Guard Probably the most outstanding man for B. A. C. and one of tbe best in the conference was Vardaman "Sandy" Jorgensen. He made tbe first team, all conference selection,...
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    • Football in the Fall on the B. A. C. campus. All fellows in school interested in athletic competition were eligible to try out and participate on track, softball, and tennis teams. The B. A. C. fellows showed outstanding progress in their athletic...
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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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    • THE SQUAD B A S K E T B A L L Under the able coaching of Lee Listen the Aggies exceeded all hopes by winning the "Inter-mountain Junior College Championship." Because of the limitations on transportation brought about by the war there was no...
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    • PRACTICE GAMES Kanab LV.G.S. Dixie Dixie L.V.G.S. Dixie Dixie 43 44 20 43 36 32 21 B. A. C. B. A. C. B. A. C. B. A. C. B. A. C. B. A. C. B. A. C. TOURNAMENT GAMES S. G. Firemen 36 B. A. C. Weber 47 B. A. C. Dixie 37 B. A....
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    • Coach Lee Listen Coach Ty Tydings H A S K E T B A L L A full conference representation in basketball was revived for me first time since 1943. Although B. A. C. had basketball throughout the war years this marked the first time a conference...
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    • A. ALLRED Guard K. MacDONALD Forward U. SMITH Center B. BROCKMEIER Forward H. ANDERSON Guard J. ANDERSON Center T. BROCKMEIER Guard N G. ASHWORTH Forward III! FULL pre-season scKedule against top fligKt competition was inaugurated for tKe first...
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    • R A C K TKe Broncos made Kistory tKis year by winning tKe I. J. C. A. C., a feat tKat no otKer BAG track team Kas been able to do. During tKe season Dixie was swamped in two dual meets; the Broncos carried away honors at tKe BYU Relays; and to...

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