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    • 23^35 t i % 32 ,20 ,,S 3 37,* 3; , ^li ^f t It" i Branch Aggie Football Squad Tne Branch Aggie football team is to be congratulated on tKeir impressive record this year. One of the strongest teams in years, it won second place in the Junior...
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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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    • Yorke Nelson Sigma Kappa RKo Intramural Manager Basketball CKamps College intramurals mis year nave not lacked interest, but they nave lacked the large group of fellows which kave participated in previous years. Tkis is due to tne National Defense...
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    • AGRICULTURE The first beef feeding experiment to be conducted at the B.A.C. was inaugurated tkis year. Forty Here-ford Keifers were purchased by the scKool and were fed by animal husbandry students to demonstrate the practicability of feeding beef...
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    • This was a different year at school. We were upset and disturbed with the thought that maybe we were not doing our part by staying in school and not doing something more closely connected with the war effort. We hesitated to have too many good...
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    • For Aggies of the B. A. C. this year of 1945 has been full of m> usual experiences. This has been a different year for all of us. We have missed the fellows who would have been here had it not been for the war, and we have missed the normal...
    • George W. Decker

    • Decker, George W. (George William); Branch Normal School--Cedar City (Utah)--Faculty; Branch Normal School--Cedar City (Utah)--School principals
    • Photograph of George W. Decker. Inscription on back reads: Taken in Denver in July 1895: had been running the Rockies from east of New Harmony clear around to Leadville, Colorado. June and July swam five horses across Colorado River at Dandy...
    • 1904, Jan 10

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    • Sun. Jan. 10, 1904: + Ther. 7 am 12., 4 pm 40., Cool Wea. Thin clds. Heavy clds. Went in to water about half mile above Steep trail and had to come down to S. Trail to get out. J. Winder and several other fellows were in the L.M. G. after cattle....
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    • Heaton and Bill were in Pearson on foot, so they walked the eight miles to Colonia Juarez. Edward had previously been down in Mexico for a few days and caught one of their mules with some other horses n and put them i a pasture there. The...
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    • mons in Utah and the law-disdaining wild western inhabitants of Nevada. However, they wcre mutually dependent on each other in a very real and vital way. 'l'rading was a necessity to both. The only available market of the southern Utah settlenients...
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    • stories and laughing, they agreed to do a little betting on their teams as to how much they could pull. Dan and Atoat had several fine horses in their teams. Once the betting started, it continued most of the day. First one team was tried, then...
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    • Iron County, and perhaps the other southern counties likewise, commissioned these guards as deputy county sheriffs, and that did put a little "crimp" in the thieving operations. Thirty-eight men were convicted of grand larceny in the District Court...
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    • the herds in the valley and take them to their hangout and slaughter them and haul the beef to Pioche, Nevada. The ranchers finally reached a point of desperation where they felt they could not operate under these conditions any longer, and decided...
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    • George and proceeded down the main street, the cattle became restless and unsettled hecause of the commotion made by the people gathered around watching them. The result was a regular bedlam. The cattle were to be delivered to Apostle Erastus Snow,...
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    • the calves. Oue night, Will Simpkins, the young hired hand, Willard, Kumen, and Henry were sleeping on the porch of the mountain cabin. The porch was open at both ends. There was a small fence in front of the house to keep the cattle away from the...
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    • 1. There was not adequate funds and financing for such an extensive project. 2. There were many time-consunling law suits involvillg water rights. Moreover, "the general Land Office made an adverse report on the New Castle Reclamation Co. in the...
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    • Lehi hired Oriah Leigh to stay with the cattle and Lehi's boys took turns working with him. Oriah took part of his salary in cattle. Lehi M. recalls spending a great deal of time at the herd. Rass talked about leaving Cedar City alone, when he was...
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    • tura, Kanarra, and Iron Springs. Because of this late fall riding, I was delayed in getting bark to the University and was two months late for scho01."~ The Arizona Strip was used primarily as cattle range and was grazed all year, but especially in...
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    • M. just stood there and looked at each other. They could see that some of the fellows were getting promoted real fast, but they remained silent and started out as privates. Rass and Lehi M. stayed together in battery "F." They were in the depot...
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    • Commitment 14 1969). This aids individuals in building their personal meaning of commitment. As Blumer (1969) explained, Symbolic interactionism rests in the last analysis on three simple premises. The first premise is that human beings act toward...

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