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    • 1915 5

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    • History of the B.A. C. "GREAT thing have small beginnings." So it is written in all the books, and so it repeats itself and is acted out year after year in everything. The B. A. C. is no exception. In 1913 the Legislature of the great State of Utah...
    • 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...
    • 1916 69

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    • Debating V DRING the experience of the B. A. C. in school actl.·vities, an interest in debating has developed which will inevitably culm­inate in a partial revolution of the present attitude toward it. 'rhree years ago, at the birth of the B. A....
    • 1916 75

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    • Our City Government ODR CIT'Y GOVERNMEN1' is just like that of any incorporated city. The officers are practi­cally the sarne and they have similar duties to - perform. T'his organization in our school is one of great interest to all students; and...
    • 1927 81

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    • DOUGLAS MANNING SIGNAL honor was conferred upon the B. A. C. and Cedar City when Douglas Manning was accepted as a member of the National High School orchestra at Dallas, Texas. He upheld that honor and added an even greater honor to himself...
    • yearbook1917i028: Narrative (cont.)

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
    • mittee and surpassed anything, in magnificence, yet given at Murdock. We were quite proud of ourselves that night. "Cram Week" soon engrossed our attentions, and afterwards Advancement Day, when we emerged as Seniors, our moments were filled with...
    • 1908, page 33

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    • 33 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. societies studied to make the student familiar with the plant families that he will meet in the rural districts. Along with the scientific importance of the different forms studied, special attention is paid to their...
    • 1909, page 35

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    • 35 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Text. McPherson and Henderson's Elementary Chemistry. References: Newth's Inorganic Chemistry, Thorp's Outlines of Industrial Chemistry, Remsen's General Chemistry, etc. NATURAL SCIENCE. MR....
    • 1910, page 12

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    • 12 LIBRARY AND READING ROOM. The library consists of more than 3,500 volumes of standard works in literature, history, pedagogy, science, commerce, and business law. The best American magazines and journals, and the leading newspapers of...
    • 1910, page 41

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    • 41 NATURAL SCIENCE. *Mr. Macfarlane. Mr. Ashby. Mr. Robb. Botany. This is a general course including a study of the whole plant kingdom. With the advantage of a well equipped laboratory, preserved material and slides, each student is...
    • 1904, page 9

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    • 9 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. The shops are equipped with modern tools and machines for turning, scroll sawing, general carpentry, and blacksmithing. MUSEUM. Collections are being made of Indian relics, minerals,...
    • 1905, page 9

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    • 9 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. illustrate the geology, mineralogy, natural history, and archaeology of southern Utah. LIBRARY AND READING ROOM. The library is furnished with the standard works in literature, history, pedagogy, science and...
    • 1906, page 10

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    • 10 SOUTHERN BRANCH PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Recognizing the importance of the care and culture of the human body, the school has made provision for giving the students a chance to do physical culture work. Gymnasium apparatus of modern type has...
    • 1907, page 10

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    • 10 SOUTHERN BRANCH All students have access to these from 8:30 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. on school days. By special arrangement, students may have access to the library on holidays. No charge whatever is made for the use of the books and...
    • 1911, page 12

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    • 12 with shutters to the windows, so that class work requiring darkness may be carried on during the daytime. MUSEUM. Collections are being made of Indian relics, minerals, plants and animals. The design is to build up a museum that...

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