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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...
    • 1915 17

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    • CORA ESPLIN. I t would be difficult to picture her other than studious. Is she a grind? Certainly not.. She's a jewel. LA VERNA SLACK. Sincerity, thoroughness, efficiency and true worth are the words she keeps ever before her. She...
    • 1915 35

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    • A Junior's Lament Where? Oh, where, is that old class? They're gone, they're gone, alas, alas! Once m,ore they waken in my breast The thoughts of school, of thoughts the best. Once more I hear and see and trace That happy bunch, also each face, As...
    • 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...
    • 1915 97

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    • ADVERTISERS As a school we should patronize those merchants and business men who have been loyal to us. If it were not for th.e support of our ad­vertisers, a year-book would be practically without financial support Cedar Mercantile & Live Sto,ck...
    • 1915 100

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    • FOUND IN EXAMINATION PAPERS. Law of Conversation of matter. The ea.rth is surrounded by fifty miles of gravity. Lowell had many parents of culture on e,ach side. Whittier was born on a farm all alone. TOUGHS. "You have a pretty tough-looking lot of...
    • 1915 101

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    • WE have appreciated and enjoyed a liberal amou,nt of the students' p1atronage in the past and we hope and in fact believe -tHe will be favored by a similar or even better business in the future. The reasons for this are: ALEX G. MATHESON Watchmaker...
    • 1915 103

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    • GARAGE Wanted at the Oil, Grease, Tires a.nd Accessories. Studebaker Service Station,. Ford E,xtras and Accessories. Phone 139-W ,J. A. KOPP LEIGH FURNITURE·& CA·RPET COMPANY A NEW EMERSON. Irishman (to his wife)-What's compensation? Wife-It's...
    • 1915 104

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    • Cedar City Co-op WHEN YOU WANT The three most important things in BUYING Style, Quality and Price We are yours for business. Men's Suits We have a line of up-to-date suits always. Our stock is made up in Philadelphia, the center of fashion. Every...
    • 1916 5

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    • The Founding of the "A" l1T WAS on the twenty-second of October that we built the "A" on the mountain side. \;Ve built I that letter as an expression, to all who behold it, of the loyalty and high esteem we have for our school. It is a monument...
    • 1916 14

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    • EDWARD MATHESON "We would applaud thee to the very echo, That should applaud again." RUTH HIGBEE "Truth is as impossible to be spoiled By any outward touch as the sunbeam." 13 PARSON WEBSTER "The happiness of my life Depends upon the quality of my...
    • 1916 36

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    • WILL JONES If it were not for the pretty girls and Will's disposition he would be a good student. ANNIE SMITH My kingdom for silks, automobiles and a man. JUNIOR MC CONNELL Nature has produced strange things in her time. HERMA ALLEN She's a darling...
    • 1916 38

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    • LELAND BETENSON Betty has taken on the air of a mar­ried man, but his hasty steps sure startled us. DORRIS SORENSON Going to take out her M. D. (Mother's Duties) degree this year. LAFELL IVERSON Pessimists would laugh with "Fuzzy." ANNA THORLEY If...
    • 1916 49

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    • A Freshie's I stood a t the foot of a ladder, And it looked so very high- , It really seemed to me its top Was resting 'gainst the sky. And as I stood gazing upward, In the clouds I could plainly see vVritten in golden letters, "The Ladder of...
    • 1916 82

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    • We Wonder If Barton's suit is guaranteed to vvear. If Bowen wears glasses for style, why he don't get the latest. If the school city will ever 'yvin a case.-\i\Toolley. If Mr. Janson walks hOll1e with Miss Decker for exerCIse or for safety. If Lura...
    • 1916 98

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    • Jokes Father: Blanche, how do you account for the rapid changes taking place in such a few years in the ball room? Blanche: Why, father? Father: Because, my child, ,vhen your mother and I ,'were young all the ladies used to dre~s up to go...
    • 1916 99

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    • Jokes lVIr. Christensen (in Physical Geography): Now, Mar­tin, can you tell the class why lightning never strikes twice in the same place? l\lart: Because after it hits once the same place ain't there any more. (In B. B.~ meeting.) Woolley: In...
    • 1916 102

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    • Advertisers ~S A SCHOOL we should patronize those nlerchants and business lnen A who have been loyal to us. If it were not for the support of our ad­vertisers, a Year Book would be practically witllout financial s~pport. University of Utah. Utah...
    • 1916 108

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    • Jokes Soph: My stock in trade is brains. Freshie : You've got a funny looking sample case. The follo"wing was handed in on an examination paper in American history: General Braddock \vas killed in the Revolutionary "Var. I-Ie had three horses shot...
    • 1916 112

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    • ANNUAL. GREEI1NG to Our Friends in S"'outhern Utah Again we have printed and bound this Agricula book for the Student body of the Branch of the Agricultural College. This gives you an idea of the good work we can do and of the per­manency of our...

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