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    • 1916 88

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    • Athletics ODR i\ l~HLETIC AC1'IVITIES were never in a 1110re. wholesoll1e c~l1d.itioll than at the , present tIme. For. thIS hne of work we have in our school this year a large number of clean, sturdy young men who have the right met­tle, courage~...
    • 1930_all 26

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    • B Teams BY winning the championship this year for the third time in four years of competition, the high school stock judging teams of the Branch Agricultural College brings to the school the cup awarded by the Og-den Live Stock Show as a...
    • 1930_all 51

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    • Dabatiog amd Oratory XJOT much has been done at the college this year in debating". Last year saw the end of a six-year competition with Dixie College for the possession of the bronze tablet first offered in 1923 by Attorney Robert L. Judd, of Salt...
    • 1930_all 53

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    • History of High School Day >T^HE history of High School Day at the Branch Agricultural Col-lege, if three years may be called a history, has been the story of the rapid rise of a new-born institution. The year 1928 which gave High School Day its...
    • 1927 80

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    • ALICE WILLIAMS HE Music Department of the Branch Agri-cultural College made this year, for the first time, an entry into the contests sponsored by the Federation of Music Clubs of America. It is a gratifying bit of history made, because, in its...
    • 1927 93

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    • VERTIS WOOD BILL SANDERS LEON ADAMS KEITH SMITH School Basket Ball Team EDAR High Quintet made a tour north during Christmas holidays playing games with Mil-ford High, Delta High, Peppard Seed (a pro-fessional team) and with Minersville,...
    • 1927 98

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    • ARTHUR J. MORRIS Coach E. RAY LYMAN Coach Stock Judges Coaches WO trips were taken for the contests: the first to the Ogden show in the fall and the second to the Salt Lake show in the spring. The record made by the high school boys in the fall...
    • 1927 119

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    • fc The Winner's HE Agricola Staff conducted four contests during the year, and features here the winners of each. Awards were made to the three girls belonging to the "13th" Club, who sold the largest number of yearbook coupons before the...
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    • MEN'S PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL ROBERT MACFARLANE President VICTOR OBERHANSLEY Vice-President LLOYD EVANS Secretary-Treasurer BILL MANNING Phi Sigma Xi CLAYTON STRATTON Chi Theta Iota REED ESPLIN Sigma Chi Rho fllong with Dean of Men Wayne Bennion,...
    • 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,...
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    • NEVADA HAIGHT of high school fame is prominent in campus and city affairs. Previous to her winning the secretary's post of the studentbody for next year, she was president of her Seminary personality class. She holds a top chair in the...
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    • More students participate in intramural competition than in any other phase of our present physical education program. Every club, sorority, fraternity, and other organiza-tions participate in the several events. Six-man football started off the...
    • Page 71

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    • court capers \Vorking out on four new courts, the 1940 tennis squads, high school and college, have been active since the first of the season. Allan Ramsey coaches both teams and will take them to contests during April and May. Inasmuch as this...
    • Page 72

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    • Jeet Track gets into full swing, as this book goes to press, with some of the best material "Tuff" kas ever possessed. Many of tne college men are back from last year and this crop of greenlings seems to complete tne combination that might bring...
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    • W|io's that making all that noise? l£':| a bunch of A. C. boys, Like the rattle of the battle, They're waking up the town At the school they always work, And you'll find they never shirk, Always in it, every minute, They make the old place...
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    • ACTIVITIES The school activities for the year 1935 36 have been a "howling" success. From the pep rallies, so full of pep and vim to the earnest and soulful debaters, who are so wrapped up in the decisions of the Supreme Court that they hardly...
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    • Brains Cactus Jack Urie at work! Afternoon Type Class Business Administration The Business department of the B.A.C. Js rapidly gaining prominence as a two-year terminal course. Head of the department was W. L. Bennion, assisted by Gwendolyn...
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    • Football in the Fall on the B. A. C. campus. All fellows in school interested in athletic competition were eligible to try out and participate on track, softball, and tennis teams. The B. A. C. fellows showed outstanding progress in their athletic...
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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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    • VOCATIONAL DAY The tKeme of the 1942 Vocational Day was Tne encouragement of excellence in men and women train-in on tne home front." In keeping with the theme the four divisions-home economics, agriculture, busi-ness, and industrial arts^-were...

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