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    • Baseball Players A program which took in every girl in the school and was car-ried on throughout the year was that of the girls' intramurals. Speed-ball, bowling, basketball—practically every sport imaginable was played by organized teams competing...
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    • 5 OFFICERS AND INSTRUCTORS. JOSEPH T. KINGSBURY, President. Student in University of Utah, 1872-1875; Student in Cornell University in 1876 and In 1877; Ph. B., 1891, A. M., 1892, Ph. D., 1894, Illinois Wesleyan University; D. Sc....
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    • property. h u t he thought that an easy settlement could be made. Mayor Christensen assumes the chair and takes charge of the meeting. Mrs. Lillian Corry, representing the Home Economics Club of Cedar City, stated t h a t she had asked a number of...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 22 It is reasonable to believe that as Lt. Scott’s radio operator, Phil had conversations with Lt. Scott during lulls in the fighting. The problem with Phil’s statement is that we...
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    • 81 Appendix H The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Marketing Research 2011-2012 study of social media use among four year accredited undergraduate schools from all across the country. Varsity Outreach. (2011). Facebook and...
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    • For many years the Jones Brothers, Lehi, Uriah T., Jed, and Kumen, worked together on many projects and business ventures and they (.ontributed a great deal to the development of C:edar City and the State of Utah. 'They were also very concerned...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 26 selection of opinions that were chosen and the way they were presented. Antiwar opinions predominate and the statements about the war are presented as if they are generalizable....
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    • a u Leah Bills, President The Xi Lambda Tau sorority began its career in 1927 after hav-ing a happy beginning in 1919 as the Vi Vendas. It stands for scholarship and friendliness, with the white rose as its symbol. This year with Leah Bills, Edna...
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    • Picture—Ross Sargent, Zanola Jones, Grant Seegmiller, Miles Coville. Class insignias and caps of blue and wKite distinguish rnembers of Junior class . . . . gained recognition witK success of ' Baby Junior Prom . . . . class officers are President,...
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    • EXPENDITURES Appointive Officers City Manager Attorney Justice of Peace Assistant Treasurer Appointive Officer Elective Officers City Councilmen City Recorder City Treasurer Office Supplies City Park Caretaker Supplies Monuments Fire Department...
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    • The City Government OUR school has bee.n noted for its efficient student body organizations, chief of which is the school city. The students of the B. A. C. have been granted a city charter, and they have enacted city ordinances. Thus they are...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 32 goals affected all foreign policy decisions in some degree or another. Even the much-touted promotion of democracy became subordinate, as demonstrated by the U. S. backing of the...
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    • Excerpts from Cedar City Council Minutes Jan. 6 , 1 9 3 0 . . .City Council met in regular session. Present: Mayor Eugene Christensen and Councilmen Wood and Biederman of the outgoing administration. Also, Recorder James Urie, and Councilmen E. M ....
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    • THE UTAH PARKS COMPANY through its President, W. M. Jeffers, and Officers, salutes the B. A. C., and congratulates the Faculty and Student Body for the splendid manner in which the College has maintained its standard and carried on despite existing...
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    • of law enforcement in t h e City. The Marshal admitted t h a t he had been too lenient and promised to make an effort to c a r r y out his instructions. March 1 9 , 1931.. .Mr. Harry W . Leigh and Thomas A . Thorley met with the Council in behalf...
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    • A. W. £. Every girl enrolled at the B.A.C. is a vital part of the Associated Women Students. It is through this organization that all girls of any and all affiliations forget their separate unit competitions and unite as true "Aggies" with a spirit...
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    • Nov. 9, 1931.. . T h e following a r e the results of t h e election r e t u r n s held on November 3, 1931: Office myor: 4 year Councilman: 2 year Councilmen: Candidate Walter K. Granger ID) John S. Woodbury I R I Samuel F. Leigh ID) Fred L....
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    • M i s s Mamie Gardner--City Treasurer. John F. Foster--City Attorney, Roy Urie--Watermaster, Isaac Parry--Street Supervisor, Orson Haight--Poundkeeper, John Edwin Walker-Officer, and James Police. D r . J . S. Prestwich--Health...

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