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    • 1915 36

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    • ~ Three Years at High School HOW the time flies! And yet as we look back upon those three years of happy school life, filled to the brim with so many pleasant experiences, and see the work we have accomplished, the many dear friends we have made,...
    • 1930_all 31

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    • The Junior College Tournament r~p*HE Rocky Mountain Junior Col-kge Basketball Tournament is a Southern Utah idea. The first meet was held at Snow College in 1924 with only four teams participating. The following year, with other schools added, the...
    • 1927 64

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    • KING HENDRICKS Coach Negative Team J. HOWARD MAUGHAN Coach Affirmative Team 'Debating, HE only debates scheduled for the year were the dual debates with Dixie College for the Judd Tablet—a bronze tablet given by Robert L. Judd to the school that...
    • 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...
    • 1927 89

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    • ELMO CORRY CHAMBERLAIN Captain WlLLARD LUNT College basketball Men ELMO (TwiCK) CORRY, the dependable center and a worthy suc-cessor to last year's notable, Ward. "Twick" is Tight' personified, and can always be figured in on the...
    • 1927 93

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    • VERTIS WOOD BILL SANDERS LEON ADAMS KEITH SMITH School Basket Ball Team EDAR High Quintet made a tour north during Christmas holidays playing games with Mil-ford High, Delta High, Peppard Seed (a pro-fessional team) and with Minersville,...
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    • AGGIE INFERNO I irsl row: Fair and Manning. Second ro\ : Banks, Sarornt, l.cjoli. I.yinan, Asliby, Winkel, Petty. \ \ . i l s t m . l.ci
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    • The first year in the \Vomen's Residence Hall has been a success-ful one due to the efficient supervision, the capable officers, and the co-operation of the girls. On September 14, 1959, the Residence Hall was opened for the first time for the...
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    • The cute bunch of greenlings of last year are ripening into a great and seem to be very promising. The officers have really done their part in inject-ing pep and personality into class members. Kent Dover, President, was assisted by Carol Sargent,...
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    • STUDENTS! The test tells the tale of satisfaction and reliability as proved by us in our trading with you. You have found by experience that:—"Peters Diamond Brand Shoes with a money back guarantee" have proved reli-able and given...
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    • DERRILL C. RONNOW, Panaca, Nevada, was at the head of the Student Body Council. He has taken his executive position serious-ly and has conscientiously attended to his duties. His pleasant, dignified personality has made him not only popular, but he...
    • Page 33

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    • year began, the Freshman class was discovered to be the largest class ever enrolled in the Branch Agricultural College. With the exceptionally large number of students, much was expected and much was rendered by them. Their contest assembly...
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    • Gwen Cooley, Secretary Alice Anderson, President The seniors have been the youngest class on the campus for three years, but they have proved to be a decided asset. This peppy group have done much to instill life into the B.A.C. student body. They...
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    • President^—Gwen Cooley; Faculty Adviser/—Dean Peterson P E P C L U B Some said it could not be done but tKe motto of tKese 20 girls was, "Never let it be said, tKat tKe Farmerettes do not Kave pep." TKis little club could be seen at all tKe Koine...
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    • " M A R T H A Grand opera furnished an important high light in this year's calendar of events. The opera "Martha" proved to be one of the most delightful musical experiences produced in the college for many years. The cast voiced their liking for...
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    • MARY LU was our guiding light. Under her firm hand and pleasant smile, the B. A. C. moved along smoothly with a minimum of hard falls. Through JULIA'S untiring efforts, we of the B. A. G. enjoyed some excellent assemblies this year. Quiet and...
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    • EVELYN KUNZ Cedar City Physical Education GUSTAV OLOF LARSON Cedar City Organic Chemistry MAXINE LUND Paragon Education MARIE LYMAN Parowan English DONNA M. MAJOR Kanab Education SUSAN HALTERMAN Sue Halterman, a native of Parowan, proved herself to...
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    • LES MATHEWS CARL WHATCOTT CON HATCH VIV ADAMS PAUL BAKER GORDEN TWITCHELL GARN WOODALL KEITH CLARK LES MATHEWS, Guard Big and not so easy to move. He gave our opponents a lot of trouble on the line. CON HATCH End He could hook a pass anywhere—you...
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    • ARLAND PETERSON ROBERT COOK LEONARD MICKELSON L C. MILES ARLAND PETERSON Forward Small but a sure shot He was liked by every one on the team because of his grand personality ROBERT COOK, Guard All state man from Nevada Fast with the ball as well as...
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    • Joyce Allen, Anina Anderson, Phyllis Ashman, Elinor Bradshaw Barbara Brown, Joyce Brown, Lois Burrows, Mary Dalley, Vodis Fidel, Shalla Hyatt, Marcelen Lott, Donna Major, Ilona Morgan, Rae Nixon, Ruth Oldroyd, Beth Prestwich, Elma Sargent, LuDean...

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