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    • 1915 35

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    • A Junior's Lament Where? Oh, where, is that old class? They're gone, they're gone, alas, alas! Once m,ore they waken in my breast The thoughts of school, of thoughts the best. Once more I hear and see and trace That happy bunch, also each face, As...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 29 local revolutions” (McNamara, 1995, p. 215, parentheses in original). “Lin’s remarks seemed to us a clear expression of the basis for the domino theory” (McNamara, 1995, p. 215)....
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    • 87 Appendix K Stamats TeensTalk report was generated from a nationwide survey of 500 high school students who will attend college as a first year freshman in Fall 2010. It was conducted at three times in the recruitment cycle: June 2009 (Summer),...
    • 1900, Aug 8

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    • Wed. Aug. 8, 1900: Ther. Warm., Wea., Windy, Clouds. Watered part of the herd this morning, some did’nt go to the water. Dave Esplin & Lewis Curtis camped here tonight Thursday 9: + Ther. Pleasant, Wea. High Wind. Clouds. We moved camp to Birch...
    • 1901, Oct 2

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    • Wed. Oct. 2, 1901: Ther. Cool., Wea. Windy Partly Cloudy, Threatening, moved a little north-West, a little north of where the sheep camped last night. William Louis Crawford, one half mile north west of Iron Peak Between Little Creek & Willow...
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    • Twelve debaters with Coach Grant H. Redford and representatives from Dixie College took an 8-day excursion to California. This excursion included debates with the University of Red-lands and Bakersfield Junior College and ended with the Debate...
    • 1912, Oct 27

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    • Sun. Oct. 27, 1912: Ther. Cool- Wea. Rain Rained steady and hard till nearly noon then brake away We stopped in the Iron Spring house over two hours then drove down on the Desert about 10 miles from Lund. Monday 28: Ther. Cool. Wea. Clouds We went...
    • 1901, Oct 6

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    • Sun. Oct. 6, 1901: Ther. Cool & Pleasant., Colder., Wea. Partly Cloudy, Blustery, Watered again at the mineral Spring where I watered last Thursday. 1st month herding today noon 96) Monday 7: Ther. Pleasant Wea. Few clouds, We nooned at the...
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    • baptisms were of fiequent occurrence in those days, 1 now understand that our brethren who are laboring as missionaries may justly be temed 'gleaners,' going forth, as it were, at the eleventh hour and gathering grapes when the 'vintage is o'er.'...
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    • Employee Giving 31 whatever level they could give, there was a sense of relief and a feeling that they truly could do something and be part of the comprehensive capital campaign. Third, employee control of a donation is important. If employees are...
    • 1901, Oct 8

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    • Tues. Oct. 8, 1901: Ther. Cool., Wea. Thin Clouds, Moved along the foot of the mountain north 98) Wednesday 9: Ther. Warm., Wea. thin light clouds We just got over the hill east about one half mile from the water, south east of Buck Horn Spring....
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    • Employee Giving 32 this particular year at Southern Utah University our spring employee campaign capitalized on the momentum of a successful inauguration of our new president, a much anticipated Founders Day celebration and a legislative session...
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    • Folk The dancing department, under the direction of Mrs. La Veve Whetten, h e l d classes in a variety of types of dancing. Folk, tap, and modern dance were partici-pated in by a majority of the girls. They spent many hours of practice for...
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    • Employee Giving 33 manipulate the system in their favor and elevate themselves, their office and department. There is no easy remedy for such complaints or activities except for a personal commitment to the established program, sound reasoning and...
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    • E1CU’s 2015 Annual Meeting 18 followers. The E1CU blog also reached its goal of one new blog post every week starting December 31, 2014. Blog posts and social media content continue to be added regularly since the Annual Meeting. Subjects of recent...
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    • THE PROJECT HOUSE One of the most unique projects in Utah is the building of the project house by the trades-men of the B.A.C. Each year the school buys a lot and material to build a house. Under the direction of Charles B. Cooley, the boys...
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    • worked so hard riding the Pony Express so that he could save a little money for himself above the needs of the family to afford some good clothes and real shoes. Up until this time he had worn only the clothes sewn by his mother and nioccasins on...
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    • 4 Three Score and Ten in Retrospect Chase Peterson, appointed President of the University of Utah in 1983.) In another Scouting venture, John and others made a camp on the side hill in Boyden's Grove (the bottom of the ledge at the top of the...

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