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    • 1915 40

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    • Sophomore Roll Call HURCHELL URIE. The boy who puts the say in saying. LEON LEIGH. Nicknamed "Fatty." Our famous little miler. CLARENCE RIDDLE. Class President, first semester. One of our best students; studies late at night but wants "Day" all the...
    • 1916 7

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    • ROBERT S. GARDN ER His mind is his kingdom, for he gathers his pleasures from his ideas. ALlHEDA PERRY Her knowledge and influence is as far-reaching as the sun in the firmament. 6 JOH~ H. MOSER Use your gifts faithfully and they shall be enlarged;...
    • 1930_all 55

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    • The Girls' Dormitory /T"^HE Dormitory started off with a bang. We had several dis-putes over which sheets went into which room. We were even guilty of yelling "Say you," at the teach-ers. Finally we settled down for a little while. Then, during the...
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    • The Campus.—upholder of fine traditions, and meeting place of the best people in South-ern Utah far more than a quarter of a century *—has seen thousands of students begin their lives as useful men and women'—'has seen them come fresh from high...
    • Page 74

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    • Class groups at B. A. C. have inherent within them that vital aliveness that changes a class from a mathematical and academic grouping of students into a body that pulsates with friendly cooperation, activity and growth. The time-hallowed teaching...
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    • W. A. A. A. W. S. Believing mat 'All work and no play makes Jill a dull girl," the Women's Athletic Associ-ation, in cooperation with Mrs. \Vhetten, creates interest in athletics by sponsoring intramural activities for all girls. Individual as well...
    • Page 84

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    • 'Con" Jones Merrill P E R S O N A L I T I E S CONRAD HATCH-Sophomore from Koosharem Kas everything that is needed in a regular fellow. Con distinguished himself as a freshman because of his fighting "do or die" spirit in athletic contests. He has...
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    • MARY LU was our guiding light. Under her firm hand and pleasant smile, the B. A. C. moved along smoothly with a minimum of hard falls. Through JULIA'S untiring efforts, we of the B. A. G. enjoyed some excellent assemblies this year. Quiet and...
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    • DIRECTOR H, W DRIGGS, B A., M. A. Ph. D Our school got off to a good start this year under the influence and inspiration of Director Driggs working toward the advance-ment of B A. C. His interest, init iative and new ideas radiate enthus-iasm to...
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    • SE A N S Dean Finlinson B S., M. S. Associate Professor of Social Sciences Chairman, Division of Social Sciences A genial friend of all is Burns L. Finlinson always ready to Kelp tne students fill their groups broadening tneir outlook a supporter...
    • catalog1921i064p063: Advertisements

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah)
    • Get the Idea A GOOD IDEA often times brings WONDERFUL SUCCESS-provided you have capital to develop it. You may have a thousand splendid IDEAS, but without READY MONEY WHAT CAN YOU DO? Start a SAVINGS ACCOUNT TODAY Your money will always be at your...
    • 1900, cash account 7

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    • Cash Account. April.: Date. Received. Paid. 7.50 8.76 6th Japanese salve .25 8” Elzinia Cuber .25 8” Zilpha “ .25 7 2 day Paper 30 .60 “ 1 “ “ .40 “ 1 pencil .08 “ 1 oz Potash (Red) .10 “ 4- Iron Citrate .11 “ Post & ins. .44 12...
    • 1905, Aug 30

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    • Wed. Aug. 30, 1905: Ther. Warm Wea. Clouds Finished all but a few houses south of the rail road, worked around one block north of the track. Had eight families refuse to take our literature, they belong to their church and I suppose are saved...
    • 1911, page 49

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    • 49 PEDAGOGY. Mr. Barton. The laws of Psychology are referred to in this work simply as a basis for the teaching art. The student must work out a course of instruction for some grade or grades of the public schools. A series of...
    • 1912, page 54

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    • 54 This course is especially valuable to young people preparing for teaching. HISTORY OF EDUCATION. Mr. Barton. This will consist of discussion and topical studies on the different ideas of education, for the...

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