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    • 1916 82

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    • We Wonder If Barton's suit is guaranteed to vvear. If Bowen wears glasses for style, why he don't get the latest. If the school city will ever 'yvin a case.-\i\Toolley. If Mr. Janson walks hOll1e with Miss Decker for exerCIse or for safety. If Lura...
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    • President E. G. Peterson . . . per-sonified as the man who gives lifts to tired Aggies walking up College Hill . . . gladly welcomes all Branch Aggies to Logan . . . seen on our campus at the Presi-dent s Assembly and Graduation Exercises . . . a...
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    • WAYNE STEWART, smiling book-store clerk. MARY JANE SEAMAN, announced a five-month old marriage. ELMO TAYLOR, red, curly-haired tradesman. PHIL THORNTON, handsome 6 foot athlete. IVA LOU THOMPSON, likes the Phi Sigs. ALVIN TIDLUND, enjoys opera and...
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    • LYNN JENKINS, one of the two boys in Miss Han-sen's business department. He seems to like the atmosphere. MARY EWING, you wouldn't ever know that her boy friend went with the guard. JAY JACKSON, a Dorm fellow who seems to be in the thick of...
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    • AFTON MERRYWEATHER, she's as nice as her hair is pretty. Seems to like Phys. Ed. WALLACE ARMSTRONG, another business student. He likes the Girls' Dorm, or is it the girls who live there? DOROTHY BRADSHAW, a very neat dresser; is always up to...
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    • L. NORTON LATIMER, rather "Short"? But seems to make the best of it. Youvcan even see him on the back row of the cr^rusAlTAHNA LUKE, one of the sweetest kids in the Dorm. A very lovable person, not only for girls, but for boys as well. BRYANT...
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    • NORMA SMITH, took Accounting, but didn't express her opinion of the class. GEORGE WHITTAKER, he likes girls, but won't admit it. Aren't all men that way? MARY JANE STEPHENSON, a Dorm girl that does a lot of entertaining, and it's al-ways the same...
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    • LUZON KNELL, will be leaving us this spring to join Dean in the "Middle Aisle." FRANCELLE LEIGH, she learned about love the hard way. MARIAM LEIGH, can't see any use to it all. MARY CAROL LEIGH, joined us again after a year in a California girl's...
    • 1905, Oct 6

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    • Fri. Oct. 6, 1905: Ther. Warm., Wea. Partly cloudy. We went out to Mr. McGehee’s melon patch and had a feast this morning before leaving. visited and took dinner with Mr. Bird one mile west of Warren, he has some queer views in regards to the plan...
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    • Brigham Young in July of 1847. He made a round trip to California by way of Cedar Valley in the winter and spring of 1847-48, returning with cattle and wagons--the first such conveyances to cross the Old Spanish Trail. Jefferson Hunt returned again...
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    • 61 selection and completion, focus and reading stamina, genre variety selection, and classroom reading goals were the observed behaviors. Each fifth grade student was observed, and from these observations, a group of 11 project participants were...
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    • No pirates no princesses 179 I: Do you feel a need to protect your children for culture. T: I don‘t think you can protect children from culture. You can live it, we are 21st century like it or not. All you can do is educate because in the end they...
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    • 5 CHAPTER 2 Literature Review Engaging students in math concepts is crucial to their understanding in the field of mathematics. The pupil’s desire to continue enrolling in the different classes offered in mathematics including but not limited to...
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    • 7 learn math well are available for all individuals, regardless of their mathematical abilities (Principles, 2000). Educators prepare individuals for careers. Knowing the types of learning styles that correlate with the different intelligences...
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    • 8 interpersonal; Martin Luther King and Nelson Mandela for intrapersonal; and Charles Darwin and Carl Sagan for naturalist (Shepard, 2004). Verbal/Linguistic The linguistic intelligence uses language. Reading, writing telling stories,...

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