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    • 1915 66

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    • Physical Education IN considering the purpose of physical education we must center our attention not on satisfying the individual desire, but on an inquiry as to whether and in what manner the general effectiveness a.nd usefulness of the student...
    • 1915 98

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    • ,~,) ~ ...J Main Buildings, Branch Agricultural College. Branch Agricultural .College of Utah Southern Utah's Big State, School Stands for the "NEW EDU'CATION," NEW IDEALS, NEW METHODS. Education that is, liberal, ,practical, sane, sound and...
    • 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 opporĀ­tunities on every hand. The only demand is that your head and hands be trained. UNIVERSITY OF UTAH SALT LAKE...
    • 1915 106

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    • THE LOFT'Y COLLEGE ATMOSPHERE of the Brigham Young University IS ATTRACTING WIDE AND THOUGHTFUL ADMIRATION. This feature has been created largely by a SELF-GOVERNING STUDENT BODY THAT DOES THINGS This year it has won- The Inter-Collegiate Debating...
    • 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 sucĀ­ceeded. r-';'our seemingly short years...
    • 1916 109

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    • 6ratttb f{gricultural Qollege of atab SOUTI-IERN U'fAl-I'S BIG STATE SCHOOL Cedar (~ity, Utah Stands for the Dignity of Intelligent Labor. Affords Education that is Practical as well as Cultural. Encourages and train? young n1en and women to become...
    • 1930_all 6

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    • education should fit us into life, will-ing workers in its sometimes hard processes, patient in our search for its truths, avoiding vanity and the other hypocricies which, if they fasten themselves upon us, leave us hardly worth burying. Down...
    • 1930_all 7

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    • OBJECTIVES OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE HENRY OBERHANSLEY Director A SCHOOL is a place in which we can get experiences and in-terpretations faster and more ac-curately than we can outside school. Our school life today furnishes op-portunities rich in...
    • 1930_all 8

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    • ERMA LLOYD Department of Business IRA N. HAY WARD Departments of English and Dramatics ROSE J. THOMPSON Department of Home Economics NAOMI BROADHEAD Department of Home Economics HAZEN COOLEY Department of Business GILBERT L. JANSON Department of...
    • 1930_all 9

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    • FACULTY WILLIAM H. MANNING Department of Music MARY BALLANTYNE Department of Physical Education and Commerce HOWARD B. LINFORD Department of Physical Education GEORGE A. CROFT Department of Mechanic Arts PARLEY DALLEY Department of Basic Science A....
    • 1927 155

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    • ^ ScKolarship THE scholarship of the Utah Agricultural College is unsur-passed by that of any other institution in Utah and is equalled by few institutions of higher learning in the West, as is evidenced by the following facts: 1. The Utah...
    • Page 17

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    • FACULTY ADMINISTRATION Zoe R. Palmer Assistant Professor of History; Dean of Women Mary Lovina Bastow Assistant Professor of Art E. J. Jeppson Instructor in Vocational Industrial Education Allen Cannon Assistant Professor of English Sumner...
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    • Parley Dalley Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Mathematics William H. Manning Assistant Professor of Voice and Theory Walker Finlinson Manager of the Dairy; Instructor in Dairy Manufacture Lydia Jennings Instructor in Home Economics Venice...
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    • FACULTY ADMINISTRATION David L. Sargent Assistant Professor of Biology Burnes L Finlinson Instructor in Social Science Hazen Cooley Secretary and Registrar Wayne L. Bennion Instructor in Business and Coordin-ator Everett H. Larson Instructor in...
    • Page 100

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    • INTRflMURALS m DflVIS, MflGLEBY Checkers NELSON Box Hockey BRONCS Volleyball SIGMfl CHI RHO College Basketball PHRRY, DOTSON Tennis HflYCOCK, WILLIAMS Tennis HUNTER Tennis The first activities in the Intramural program were basketball and bowling,...
    • Page 11

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    • DEANS N. A. PEDERSEN, A.M., Ph.D. Dean, School of Arts and Sciences PAUL DUNN, Ph.D. Dean, School of Forestry RUSSELL E. BERNTSON Executive Secretary and Treasurer ERNEST A. JACOBSEN, B.S., M.S., W. L. WANLASS, A.M., Ph.D. rn.L). Dean, School of...
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    • HAZEN COOLEY, B.S. Assistant Secretary and Treasurer CHARLES B. COOLEY, B.S. Assistant Professor of Vocational Industrial Education PARLEY DALLEY, B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Mathematics MARY L. BASTOW, B.S. Assistant Professor...
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    • ROY L. HALVERSON. B.S. Assistant Professor of Music HOWARD B. LINFORD, B.S. Instructor in Physical Education, Athletic Coach EVERETT H. LARSON, B.S. Instructor in Physics and Engineering ZOE R. PALMER, A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Social...
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    • We are all students. Some of us are taking courses in one way and some in another. The object of education is that we might learn to live together in harmony and comfort. Comfort and security can be realized by the owning of a modern home like the...
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    • Each year September brings an increased enrollment for the Branch Agricultural College at Cedar City, Utah. States as far away as \Visconsin and as near as Nevada and \Vyo-ming, plus eighteen of the counties in Utah have representatives in the...

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