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    • New Method Cleaners Steam Cleaning NortK First East PKone 177 Cedar City, Utah. CONGRATULATIONS from a B.A.C. Graduate LEGRANDE SPILSBURY Spilsbury Funeral Home CEDAR CITY, UTAH. B E P R E P A R E D Never in tke kistory of our country kas tke...
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    • t /• The Juniors are the oldsters of the student body. Their faith and yalty to the B.jfi.C. and its faculty bring them back year after year. Music or industrial arts claims most of them. The annual construction of a project house by the...
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    • July 1 . 1 9 3 7 . . .Council discussed the present lease with Jim Winters for the City Dump Ground and his franchise to gather garbage within Cedar City. On motion of Councilman Larson the matter of the lease was referred to Committee on Police...
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    • School Calendar for 1915 & '16 Sept. 20. Sept. 22. Oct. 6. Oct. 8. Oct. 13. ()ct. 14. Oct. 15. Oct. 18. Oct. 19. (Jet. 21. Oct. 22. Oct. 23. Oct. 26. Nov. 1. Nov. 5. Nov. 13. Nov. 17. Nov. 18. '1 Nov. 20. \0 Dec. 1. Dec. 2. Dec. 3. Dec. 4. Dec....
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    • School Calendar for 191 5 & '16 (Continued frOln page 79) Jan. 18. The B. B. club entertains in chapel. Jan. 26. Sen1ester exams. begin. Jan. 28. Close of first sen1ester. Jan. 31. Celebrate beginning of second sell1ester by dancing froll1 8 until...
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 35 Chapter IV Method As part of gathering data for this study a pilot study was conducted prior to the complete study being carried out in its entirety. The pilot study consisted of 84 participants and was...
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    • In that group of worthy faculty members we have that little man RAY B. WEST, JR., Instructor of Speech and English. He is tm moving power behind debating and the promot-er of bigger and better vocabularies. TONE S. BENNION teaches English to the...
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    • J U N I O R S Few in quantity but mighty in quality according to the Junior Class President, best describes the Junior class this year. One of their greatest attributes is in being fair to all the classmembers. An illustration of this attribute is...
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    • JUNIORS Lura McConnell Grant Mendenhall Ruth McDonough Louise Manning Carma Davis Muriel Sphar Mauna Peterson Price HaSght Joy Larson Iris Heaton Milton Sevey Wilma Knell Twila Williai Agnes Lar Ramona Esplin Edyth Dix Rixey Riddle Cleone Worthen 50
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    • JUNIORS Shirley Graff Winston Seegmiller Zina Mae Bowen Dorothy Fife M aj^^Bbf a r la n e Rosmond Bullock Zelma Dalley Grant Esplin Marjorie Stevens Frankie Thorley Helen Kaze Phyllis Adams Thora Halterman Alex Wood Maxine Esplin 51
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    • Lament Bennett, Representative Ruth Haight, Secretary; Paul Christensen, President; Max Cowan, Vice-President. JUNIOR This year's junior class is the largest that has ever attended the These few students represent in a large part the leadership of...
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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 17 Chapter 2-Method During the last five decades significant research has been done on the importance and relationship of self-disclosure and cohesion. As students in a religious classroom setting...
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    • Fishback Intern 33 the box,‖ and put to use the skills, systems, and techniques that will bring success to themselves and their organizations or their lives in general. It is all about the realization of it and taking the time to think if we are...
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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 18 Participants The participants (n= 96) were high school students of religious seminaries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in a rural conservative area in a city in southern Utah....
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    • Fishback Intern 34 seniors selected ―expects high levels of performance from self and teammates‖ as their second most important item. Seniors do tend to be the leaders on sports teams, so it seems appropriate that they would choose an item...
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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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    • Verier. The Junior Class here at the B. A. C. is growing each year. This is due to the third year credit offered in Agricultural Economics, Ag-ronomy, and Animal Husbandry to those students wishing to return to the B. A. C. for a third year...
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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 23 (sophomores, juniors and seniors) using a one-way ANOVA, which generated an F value of .819, which was not significant (p = .444). Because our sample is skewed (by virtue of its “convenience...
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    • Working their way through college . . . Need we say more . . . The heighth of optimism as demonstrated by H. B., just an-other "Benny Goodman" . . . You may remember the street dance, just "jammen" a little . . . Hairless Joe, Polecat Pete, Daisy...
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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 25 Chapter 4-Discussion As acknowledged earlier in this paper, the results have been varied in regard to the relationship of cohesion and self-disclosure. Rosenfeld and Gilbert (1989), Hunter et al...

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