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    • Belle MacF'arlane Norma Jensen Douglas Manning Archie Swapp Gertrude Wood Howard Wood Clara Woodhouse Maxine Parry Jack Pace Joseph Hunter Alenna Williams Kenneth Shirk Ellis Corry Dale Thompson I rma Webster Dan Wade Lawrence Eldridge Maurine...
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    • HOWARD NELSON CEDAR CITY A griculture Ag. Club HILMA BEATTY TOQUERVILLE, UTAH Normal Education College Ladies' Trio, 1 Opera, 1 Glee Club, 1 MARY ELLEN DeLONG PANGUITCH, UTAH English Nu Omega Rho, 2 Drama, 1, Opera, 1, Bacian Staff ; Peruke Club,...
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    • »SOPHOMORES« BILLIE OBERHANSLEY LURA McCONNELL DAVID TULLIS RAMONA ESPLIN IRIS MAXWELL HANNAH JORDON PHYLLIS WOFFINDEN JAMES THOMPSON MAXINE ESPLIN EDYTH DIX MAXINE STEPHENS CARMEN CROFT GRANT ESPLIN RUTH McDONOUGH BLAINE WOOD AGNES LAMB ROSMOND...
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    • CHI THETA IOTA RICHARD PALMER President SPENCER WHITAKER Secretary and Treasurer SHELDON OLDS Vice-President of Pan Hellenic Council ART MAXWELL Pan Hellenic Representative JACK WESTON Athletic Manager HOWARD BETTENSON MARSHAL HOLLINGSHEAD LEE...
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    • "Until the dusk e/e left her dark Upon the legend of St. Mark." Maxwell Aderson's brilliant and timel/ play, The Eve of St. Mark, was presented by the Branch Agricultural College last No/ember, only one month after its acclaimed opening on...
    • Trades and Industry club

    • College of Southern Utah (Cedar City, Utah); Southern Utah University -- History
    • Trades and Industry club, row one: Richard Schoenfield, J. V. Davis, Lowell Brierley, Darwin Thompson, Mike McKnight, Richard Donohue, Roe Esplin, Wayne Roberts, Donald Horton, Leon Gymon; row two: Alfred Leavitt, Clark Bingham, Larell...
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    • Thurs. July 4, 1901: + Ther. Clear., Pleasant., Wind, We moved about one half mile east down the creek this afternoon. Bert camped at the other herd. The 125th Birthday of our Independence. 42) Friday 5: Ther. Ice morn., Warm day., Wea. Clear I...
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    • Wed. June 24, 1903: + Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Clouds, James Maxwell came along about noon, ate dinner with me and helped count blacks and bells all Ok. 80) Thursday 25: Ther. Warm., Windy. Wea. Clouds pm. Some thing run the sheep off in the night so...
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    • requested a lease on t h e Hotel El Escalante a n d t h e p r o p e r t y . with t h e option to purchase. They intend to demolish the Hotel a n d construct a first-class motel a n d r e s t a u r a n t on t h e p r o p e r t y . Because of t h e...
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    • Fishback Intern 19 being accomplished and the team is meeting its goals, then an individual is being an effective leader. Are there other determinants of a group being successful and effective? The leader‘s communication skills and their...
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    • Fishback Intern 20 starts. Besides, if you wouldn‘t follow yourself, why should anyone else‖ (2005)? Leaders are impressed by people who manage themselves, maximize opportunities, and leverage personal strengths. Self-management requires managing...
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    • Fishback Intern 21 unified. The players will share the same vision that the whole coaching staff shares when the coaches are communicating, listening, and trusting in one another. Timing is another vital principle to good leadership. Maxwell...
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    • Fishback Intern 22 leaders of leaders. To succeed leading in this way, it is critical to help peers win. One of the principles Maxwell emphasizes when discussing leading across with other colleagues is the idea of using teamwork. Rather than...
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    • Fishback Intern 23 Maxwell (2005) said, ―Pride is really nothing more than a form of selfishness, and pretense is only a way to keep people at arm‘s length so that they can‘t see who you really are. Instead of impressing others, let them impress...
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    • Fishback Intern 24 involves finding out about each person‘s dreams and aspirations. Developing everyone differently while keeping to organizational goals will help people to grow and reach their full potential. Each player is different and...
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    • Fishback Intern 36 members as leaders can promote positive group outcomes such as attaining goals, working efficiently, and achieving team harmony‖ (p. 62) Summary This literature review has explored many styles of leadership and what is the most...
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    • Fishback Intern 60 Maxwell, John C. (2005). The 360-Degree Leader: Developing your Influence from Anywhere in the Organization. Thomas Nelson, Inc.: Nashville. McPherson, Barry D. (1977, July). Success in sport: The influence of sociological...

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