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    • 1915 9

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    • DAVID SHARP, B. S. The biggest little man in school. Beloved by every student. PARLEY DALLEY, B. S. In mathematics he is greater than Urdman, Harriot, or Descates, and with his kindness and his patience he has won the love and respect of all the...
    • 1915 28

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    • Seniors' Farewell "WHEN we look at ourselves in the light of thought, we discover that our life is embosomed in beauty." Experiences left behind us assume an even more pleasing form than we had anticipated, and as the timle ap­proaches when the...
    • 1915 41

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    • LELAND BETENSON. "Betty." Is noted for his yarns on speech days. Our famous half mile man. (It is a half mile from school to the Sheep Store.) RAY THOMAS. Sophomore yell master, first semester. School yell mas­ter. Our leader in school activities....
    • 1915 95

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    • My Mary Hicks Osroe's knocking at thy door, Mary Hicks. Just as he's knocked so oft before, Mary Hicks. Doesn't he become a bore? For he keeps coming 'more and more, And he's calling as of yore, "Mary Hicks, my Mary Hicks." Listen to his sweet...
    • 1915 96

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    • A Little Laughter A LOVE LETTER. The following unique epistle was picked up lately in the street: "Dear Bill, The reason I didn't laff when you laft at me in the post office yesterday, was becos I hev a bile on my face, and I can't laff. If I laff...
    • 1916 8

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    • PARLEY DALLEY HWhat you have said, I will consider; what you have to say, I will with patience hear, and find a time Both meet to hear and ilnS\yer.'· MYRTLE DECKER She needs no other rosary, for her thread of life is strung with the beads of love...
    • 1916 13

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    • Senior Dignity BT I...IAST, after four years of climbing, we have reached the goal. There have been many pitfalls by the"- way to hinder, for a time, our onward progress. but through perseverance \ve have suc­ceeded. r-';'our seemingly short years...
    • 1916 20

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    • CLYDE. BUNKER Titles of honor add not to his worth, he is himself an honor to his titles. (His Motto: "Love sought is good, but love unsought is better.") DORA URIE "I do not wish to treat friend­ship daintily, But with the roughest...
    • 1916 29

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    • LUCILE ADAMS "That light of love, that pur-' ity of grace, That mind, that music, breathing from her face, That heart whose softness harmonized the whole And, oh! that eye was in itself a soul." EARL URIE "Let us be content, in work, To do the...
    • 1930_all 14

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    • Library 'Building The Grand Old B. A, C. There's a dear old place in the mountains high Where the sunlight always shines, Where the breezes blow and the pure white snow, The mountain air refines, That place is hallowed by a school, That's where we...
    • 1930_all 24

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    • Music at the B. A. C. \ the close of last year it seemed ^that the Music department at the College had taken quite a slump. Four years ago four strong teachers headed the band, strings, piano, and vocal departments. Great things were done, good...
    • 1930_all 25

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    • B. A. C. Band ROWENA SPHAR MAX GARDNER VERDA SHERRATT CONWAY PARRY TORMA ANDRUS MELY IN DONE Director ARLINGTON SPILSBURY HAROLD WILKINSON KARL JONES ROSCOE BOOTH FLORENCE WOODHOUSE DeMOINE JONES ROWLAND FIFE LYLE THOMAS OWEN SANDERS MENZIES...
    • Page 62

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    • INTERSORORITY BANQUET Inter-Sorority Banquet Sponsored by NU OMEGA RHO —PHI ALPHA BETA —XI LAMBDA TAU Held March 26th at the Lunt Hotel Miss Roberta Platt Acting as Toastmistress PROGRAM 61 "Prognastication" "Easy to Love" "Revenge of...
    • Page 125

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    • PERSONALITY Ada Dalley "Laughs the most." Julius Dalley and DeVonna Hamilton "Deepest in love." Dixie Thompson "Biggest line." Clinton Tanner "Talks most and says least." Virginia Mortensen "Most studious." Beth Turner "Noisest." 124
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    • FRESHMEN RODNEY PALMER NAYON CAHOON LEO CflHOON OPAL HflRWflRD WALLACE PAXTON PATSY PATTERSON HAROLD PFISTER JEAN MATHESON ELMO DUFFIN ALICE TOPHAM GRANDON PORTER NANA KENNEY lanthus Wright, began the year with a rousing hay ride and barn dance....
    • Page 23

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    • Hansen - BetKers Wide representation was tke keynote of the 1939-40 student body officers. President Joe Lambert, scholar, engineer, athlete, and individual witb personality^ comes from Lehi. RutK McDonough, only officer from Cedar City, talented...
    • Page 82

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    • CHESTER CRIPPS DOROTHY FIFE PRICE HAIGHT CARMEN CROFT BURN1S FINLINSON ELSIE HANSEN DENISE DALTON JAY FISHER KENNETH HANZON SARAH DOBSON KEITH GATES IRIS HEATON EVAN DOBSON SHIRLEY GRAFF WESTON HIGBEE CHESTER CRIPPS thinks cupid lives in a bush by...
    • Page 92

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    • THOMAS STEPHENSEN is definitely a Phi Sig and witli the rest of the boys in Apartment No. 2 makes a lot of trouble. Just the opposite is that women hater, ELMO TAYLOR. LOUISE DALLEY is a professor's daughter but works for what she gets. Another...
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    • SOPHOMORES HENRY BERGSTROM, President If a whizz of a student is called a shark, Henry must be a whale. ANTHON LUNT, Vice President Pa, give me a nickle, I want to be tough. OSCAR OLSEN, Secretary-Treasurer The biggest little boy in school. MIRIAN...

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