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    • 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 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 29

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    • The Seniors The Seniors now are going forth, The race at last is run, The struggle has been long and hard; But we have fought and won. We have grasped the sternest facts, And dreamed our youthful dreams; But away off in the distance Another goal...
    • 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 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 46

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    • greQT~"" ha,s e'er Then - I II be a 0e;1/0/""" p,'-ofouna ClI"7d SoleI?! n /"1'18/Jt'1 A mon of Tl1an hefore 01' h.a,,-d 0" /11 thll I?""t;''''.~ 01' Cent-uri e.:s long sJOel'1~ - /3(./1' 1m ~t//I Just Q ,FRf-:5Hlc And 0 be COI1t't2l1t A...
    • 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 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 102

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    • Cedar City Drug Co. ,~ Cedar City, Utah What Field Do You Wish To Enter? Opportunities The West is full of work to be done. There are oppor­tunities on every hand. The only demand is that your head and hands be trained. UNIVERSITY OF UTAH SALT...
    • 1915 103

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    • GARAGE Wanted at the Oil, Grease, Tires a.nd Accessories. Studebaker Service Station,. Ford E,xtras and Accessories. Phone 139-W ,J. A. KOPP LEIGH FURNITURE·& CA·RPET COMPANY A NEW EMERSON. Irishman (to his wife)-What's compensation? Wife-It's...
    • 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...
    • 1915 110

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    • @L=:h=======:J"@]L=:H===:=.JtI@],-="=======~,,@ To Our Friends in Southern Utah WE have just printed and bound this book for the ·Stude.nt Body of the Branch Agricultural College. It gives you an idea of the good work we can do. Our establishment...
    • 1916 13

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    • Senior Dignity BT I...IAST, after four years of climbing, we have reached the goal. There have been many pitfalls by the"- way to hinder, for a time, our onward progress. but through perseverance \ve have suc­ceeded. r-';'our seemingly short years...
    • 1916 20

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    • CLYDE. BUNKER Titles of honor add not to his worth, he is himself an honor to his titles. (His Motto: "Love sought is good, but love unsought is better.") DORA URIE "I do not wish to treat friend­ship daintily, But with the roughest...
    • 1916 25

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    • KUMEN WILLIAMS "His business is to do his work well In the present place, what­ever that may be." WANDA TOLLESTRUP . "No one is useless in the world who ligJ1tens the bur­den of it for anyone else." 24 STANL,EY DALLEY "I'll make assurance...
    • 1916 26

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    • TELSON MARSDEN "His friends come to him un­sought, The .gr~~t God gave them to hIm. ANNIE l\!IIDDLETON "Her kind heart is a fountain of gladnes5 . . . Making every thIng In. Its vic~nitJ;, to freshen Into smIles. 25 LAMONT HUNTER "The secret of...
    • 1916 29

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    • LUCILE ADAMS "That light of love, that pur-' ity of grace, That mind, that music, breathing from her face, That heart whose softness harmonized the whole And, oh! that eye was in itself a soul." EARL URIE "Let us be content, in work, To do the...
    • 1916 98

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    • Jokes Father: Blanche, how do you account for the rapid changes taking place in such a few years in the ball room? Blanche: Why, father? Father: Because, my child, ,vhen your mother and I ,'were young all the ladies used to dre~s up to go...
    • 1916 112

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    • ANNUAL. GREEI1NG to Our Friends in S"'outhern Utah Again we have printed and bound this Agricula book for the Student body of the Branch of the Agricultural College. This gives you an idea of the good work we can do and of the per­manency of our...
    • 1916 114

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    • Jokes 1\1r. Homer (In Physiology): If I should stand on my head, where would the blood of my body go? Student: To your head. Mr. Homer: All right, but why doesn't the blood go to my feet now? Student: Because there is something in your feet. Bunk:...

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