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    • The school year 1939-40 has been an eventful year in Sigma Chi Rho history. Joe Lambert has made an enviable record as student body president and under his guidance, student activities have shown decided growth. In the intramural athletic events...
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    • THOMAS STEPHENSEN is definitely a Phi Sig and witli the rest of the boys in Apartment No. 2 makes a lot of trouble. Just the opposite is that women hater, ELMO TAYLOR. LOUISE DALLEY is a professor's daughter but works for what she gets. Another...
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    • MARK BRADSHAW, "Bradie" to all his friends, who are many. Has won many a feminine heart. WIRTH BUL-LOCK, quiet, dressy, likes Dixie gals. KEITH BUSHMAN, "Katie" is out to slay 'em and does. CARMEN CAR-PENTER, has everything - - brains, beauty,...
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    • LYNN JENKINS, one of the two boys in Miss Han-sen's business department. He seems to like the atmosphere. MARY EWING, you wouldn't ever know that her boy friend went with the guard. JAY JACKSON, a Dorm fellow who seems to be in the thick of...
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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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    • •^SB! ra&k S O P H O M O R E S ROSS ;ARGENT \griculture ^edar City EVA STUCKI Education Cedar City GORDON SMITH Industrial Arts Cedar City SHIRL STUCKI CKemistry Santa...
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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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    • Garn Woodall End Simon Benson Back Homer Ogden Back Kent Dover Back Mario Bussio Back Clifford Dobson Center Dan Rosequist Tackle Conrad HatcK End Bovd Alfred Back Kemp Spencer Back F O O T B A L L HAT WINNERS i Hats were presented to the...
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    • Lowell Whitaker, Earl Murphy, Grant Seegmrller, Garn Seegmiller QS MERRY Roene Bigler Maestro of the swingsters for 1941- 22 was Mr. Halverson, who has ably led the college orchestra, band, and dance orchestra for 15 years.
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    • LLOYD PRYOR Industrial Arts, Cedar City WAYNE ROBINS Agriculture, Scipio REED ROSENBERG Industrial Arts, Cedar City CAROL SARGENT Home Economics, Cedar City S O P H O M O R E S NORMA SCHMUTZ English and Speech, New Harmony PERCY STOTT Industrial...
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    • EMMA ABBOTT Home Economics, Paragonah ELLIS ASAY, Physical Science, Monroe EDYTHE ADAMS Social Science, Cedar City FLORENCE BETENSON Business, Cedar City MARY ALBERTSON Business, Cedar City LOWELL BAGLEY Physical Science, Koosharem CECIL...
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    • Viv Adams Paul Baker Maurice Bateman Neil Bishop Jack Blad Jay Bowan Robert Cook Melvin Corry Kent Dover Garth Esplin Van Esplin Donald Ford Bob Kranovch John Manning Leslie Mathews L. C. Miles Homer Ogden Arland Peterson Donald Phillips Wayne...
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    • LES MATHEWS CARL WHATCOTT CON HATCH VIV ADAMS PAUL BAKER GORDEN TWITCHELL GARN WOODALL KEITH CLARK LES MATHEWS, Guard Big and not so easy to move. He gave our opponents a lot of trouble on the line. CON HATCH End He could hook a pass anywhere—you...

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