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....
School Calendar for 191 5 & '16
(Continued frOln page 79)
Jan. 18. The B. B. club entertains in chapel.
Jan. 26. Sen1ester exams. begin.
Jan. 28. Close of first sen1ester.
Jan. 31. Celebrate beginning of second sell1ester by dancing froll1
'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
Scene from "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...
BY winning the championship this
year for the third time in four
years of competition, the high school
stock judging teams of the Branch
Agricultural College brings to the
school the cup awarded by the Og-den
Live Stock Show as a...
High School Basketball Team
The Junior College Tournament
r~p*HE Rocky Mountain Junior Col-kge
Basketball Tournament is a
Southern Utah idea. The first meet
was held at Snow College in 1924
with only four teams participating.
The following year, with other
schools added, the...
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,...
HIGH SCHOOL ^DIVISION
HE High School division of the Branch
A. C. is made up of the second, third,
and fourth year classes. In recent years
there has been a tendency for the College
and High School divisions to become more...
KEITH MACFARLANE MARGARET MANNING
Secretary Class Representative
HE Third Year class—one of the largest in the
High School division, shows promise for a
wide awake group in the...
HE Music Department of the Branch Agri-cultural
College made this year, for the first
time, an entry into the contests sponsored by
the Federation of Music Clubs of America. It
is a gratifying bit of history made, because, in
After an opening was made large enough he succeeded in putting the fire out with water, milk and vinegar, the only available liquids. The Indians were eventually driven away.
It was found that the Indians had driven all the cattle
out of the...
fence in the center of block 29, just east of where the telephone office now stands. The bullet cut the emigrant's leather belt, yet he stopped long enough to pick up his pistol. A few minutes later, William Anderson saw Sissix elevate his gun and...
Puffer Lake-Named for or James Puffer, who discovered it in 1865.
Kent's Lake-Named for Kent Farnsworth, who owned land there.
Blue Lake-A small lake at the foot of Mt. Baldy, and always deep blue in color.
Mt. Belnap-Named for a soldier with the...
is to be found the old town of Frisco, noted for the Horn Silver Mine. Also, it passes through the big valley known as Pine, near the Indian Peak Indian Reservation, and on into Nevada with a direct line to the famous Lehman's Cave near Baker,...
to Milford, where they are still living. Unlike Frisco, the one saloon was located a mile from town. The `red light" district was also out of the city limits. A fine dance hall and an opera house were built, and believe it or not, the very fine...
tiates such every day activities as dancing and driving an automobile. She currently resides at Provo. Her accident made her well known among the railroad circles, and she became well acquainted with the superintendent, H. E. Van Housen, who from...
Vegetation on these arid ranges is composed chiefly of low shrubs and grasses belonging to what is known as the salt-desert shrub plant association. Most of these ranges are used by sheep and cattle during the winter when other ranges are covered...
The charter members were M. Cathrine Smithson, Sarah L. Harrington, Margaret R. Williams, Mary A. McKeon, Susan A. Peak, Merentha H. Smithson, John B. Smithson, Josephine Muldoon, James F. Muldoon and Mrs. Julia Smithson. The first meetings were...