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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...
    • 1915 101

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    • WE have appreciated and enjoyed a liberal amou,nt of the students' p1atronage in the past and we hope and in fact believe -tHe will be favored by a similar or even better business in the future. The reasons for this are: ALEX G. MATHESON Watchmaker...
    • 1916 62

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    • The Agricultural Club V DRING the school year of 1913-14 the Agri­cultural club was organized, and since that time it has continued to grow. Today it is the largest boys' club in the B. A~ C. I ts purpose is to promote scientific agriculture in...
    • 1930_all 21

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    • Scene from "Seventh Heaven" "Seventh Heaven' 'T^HE Branch Agricultural College has long enjoyed a splendid reputation for its Dramatic productions. The college plans to produce at least one full-length play each year. The cast is selected from both...
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    • INTERSORORITY COUNCIL MARY COUGHLIN Dean of Women VIRGINIA MORTENSEN President GLENNA ESPLIN Secretary BETH SARGENT MARGARET LEIGH ILA JACKSON The members of the Intersorority Council with the aid of the Dean of Women, Miss Mary Coughlin, have...
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    • PROM COMMITEE GRANT SEAMAN General Chairman LOIS LOWMAN Art Director CARL RICHARDS Construction LUCILLE BARLOW General Committee GENEVIEVE KOPP General Committee ROGER MARTIN Electrician The annual college Prom was sponsored by the Freshman class...
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    • CONCERT BAND B. R. C. BAND, DONALD OLSON, Director VIC flND HIS COLLEGIANS, VICTOR OBERHflNSLEY, Director The B. A. C. Band this year has devoted a great deal of its time to the music of Richard Wagner. In January an entire radio broadcast was...
    • Page 93

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    • BASKETBALL COLLEGE BASKETBALL SQUAD HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SQUAD The B. A. C. basketball squad traveled far and wide this year and enjoyed some marvelous experiences, but perhaps they did come out on the wrong side of the score once too often,...
    • Page 114

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    • • Vulcans Bathtub Exhibit "A" Hello Poppa! Righto! Oh! Oh! The College Prom was a climax of the social season. The Inter-School Debates for the Bush medal were enjoyed more by the student body than were the debates on the "Arbitration Board," the...
    • Page 85

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    • \ \ i l h i r c l I ' i i r r . Bill Rose. Louise Manning, Irene Lyman. COLLEGE PROM College Prom . . . sponsored by Fresh-man class with Bill Rose as general chairman . . . perhaps the most delightful social affair of the year . . ....
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    • Lyman, Holyoak, Croft, Manning, Leigh These five girls are the makers of laws for the two sororities on the campus. The council is composed of two representatives each from the Xi Lambda Tau and Phi Alpha Beta Sororities and a president of the...
    • 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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    • P t a V 'Ah Wilderness" Jack in his manly bliss "Ah Wilderness," ably directed by Mrs. lanthus Wright, was presented November 28-29. The students enjoyed this play because of its comedy and love interest. J. R. Warner kept ev-eryone laughing, when,...
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    • Jotttalt The line was composed of: first, the lengthy ends, Vernon Willis, Art Pilgrim, Scott Larsen, Conrad Hatch, and Ralph Henderson. Next; the hard-working tough tackles, who must have muscles instead of brains, and who must be blockers...
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    • June Barron Business Manager Lenna Cox, Marolyn Jones Co-Editors THE BACIAN Along with all other student body functions, tke Bacian has had its share of financial difficulties this year, but managed to come out ai regularly as could be expected...
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    • REALM OF THE FAIR SEX They say there's mystery behind the swing-ing doors of the girls' dorm and a person can t get in after l i p . m., but I found a peak hole once and things were so interesting I spent the entire year of 1941 and '42 just...
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    • President^—Gwen Cooley; Faculty Adviser/—Dean Peterson P E P C L U B Some said it could not be done but tKe motto of tKese 20 girls was, "Never let it be said, tKat tKe Farmerettes do not Kave pep." TKis little club could be seen at all tKe Koine...
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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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    • Marian Reunion, Melba Stephenson, Julia Stevens, Muriel Mathews, Bar-bara Stephenson As the students assembled at the B. A. C. in the fall, it was surprising to note just how many of them came from Millard County. There were eighteen students and...
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    • Lewis had to leave Bettie for the Army. Then there was the faculty assembly that kept the student body in stitches. The faculty enjoyed them-selves again at their gym party. The Winter Carnival up at the ranch was proclaimed to be the best time...

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