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No nook of the U. A. C. has esSTl'DENTS AD\ .ISED TO RE'.\IAUi AT COLLEGE UNLESS NEEDED caped the influence of the war splrLavon Bennion -UI PRODUCTIVE INDUSTRIES One of the most Important and it which Is now sweeping Co llege significant meetings ever held at the Hill. Even the high and migh ty For Secrctnry will be College was convened last Tuesday Sen iors , pre-occupied with their Rumors or every nature are afloat. An official announcement Eva Joy Neilson aftrnoon, the object being the or- dreams of sheepskins and of their First we are to con tinu e our col- made if any change in policy Is deLora Bennion c ided on. ganlzat.lon of the agricultural re- exit into the work-a-day world, have lege work; the next moment we Rachael Dunford Th e co un t r y ne eds the services of sources of Utah to their utmost et- succumbed to the attack of mllltarmay be certain that school work wlll tlclency. The meeting was attended ism. After due deliberation and · not contin ue more than ten days. its food produc ers and ft ts the duty For Execuli\'e Co mmitt ee by representatives from all parts of weighty discussion , worthy of their With these two statements as the of every man who Is ne eded at tllle J. W. Snow the state, county chairmen, repre- seniority, the upper classmen, who extremes an<I llumerous other ru- time on a farm to go and put in Robert Plxton A commit tee consisting ot sentatlves of the State Farm Bu- have long boasted of the fact that mors intervening, students at the crops. Thomas l\fcMullen Peterson, William Peterr eau and of various industrial or- they are free on Thursday afte rnoon , College are quite at a loss to know President Howard Christi ansen 1 son, and Dr. C. W. Porter will decide ganizatlons . decided to form a company and drill j what ls experted of them. Samuel Morgan whether students desiro us of leaving In the face o r this uncertainty, President Peterson took charge oi once a week for the remainder or I I vy Lowry President Peterson ba s a message the College ar e justifi ed in so doing. the meeting and presented a plan th e school year. George Hanson which sho uld alleviate the feeling of This committee can be seen at any which had been prepared in couThe greater part of the class memMabel Williams time In the Board room. unrest. nectlon with the Extension Olvialon l· hers have had severa l years of m ill Arno Kirkham Until further announcement, this School Is still in session. No acwhereby the entire State may be tary training and the Instruction J,..o .. So ng Lender tion has been taken looking toward wlll be the policy of the institution closely organized ln such a manner they wlll receive will be of a someand a ll students are requ ested to au early adjournment. Every stud Hugh Harvey that its ugrlcu ltura l activities may what advanced nat ur e. Captain ent Is urged to continue his work as settle down to t heir work and not Elmo Cottman be directed by experts. This plan, Santschi has promised to provide orthough it had not been even tempor- allow the flurry wh ich has passe d to with a few minor changes, was ad- flcers tor the new company and ~!so Fo1· Cheer Lead er• with the continuation of arily Interrupted. Hasty action and Interfere I to give such lectures as the Semors 0 ted by the meeting. Burton l\L Fitzgerald their studies. p , decide to ask for. The officers will a fe 6 Jing of unrest are unnecessary. A centra l committee w~s Crorm:d be chosen from the members of the composed of t h e Boa rd O oun Y class who have served In past years. 1 Chairmen and rcpresentntlve:i, yet to be named, Crom the many industrif:::i ~:ve ~:!wa;; al and agricultural Interests of tbe dr~lhew~:= squad and will receive some stren- ) State. Little lnte,-est Shown ln Today's President E. G Peterson was ap- uous training until t.hey are able to Election l • . L'nke E, ·e1·y Prize. Shm·p, ' Price, pointed executive· chairman of this join their fellow class men. ':\ Ll.s.s .llice Havenh ill to Hen(( The Seniors feel that they can nnd Pixton Are the Politics at the College took a sudcommittee. In cnse President Peterpartment Or Home \l ·i nn ers den slump last week with the deeson cnn not rind the time to act , the not properly miss the opportunity .Economics larntlon of war. The falling off Board of Trustees Is to fl.11the ofarrordecl by the presence here of By s ecuring a total of 276 points of Interest \\RS first noticable in fice from the College faculty. I t~f d;!~ Those who heard the lectures or out of a possible 300, Leo Sharp I the meeting where candidates for 0 /n "~:r~ J. Edward Taylor, formerly se cre- ~:~a::::~~s next year's Student Body offices tary of the State Horticultural Com- They figure that no time should be l\llss Alice Ravenhill at the rec e nt "on the f Irst prize o ff ere d b Y the "ere nominated mission, was n1>1>olnted executive lost In preparing themselves to be of :;r~;l~s baendde~~~~:~e:~e~~ar~o~:~~ Cudahy Packing Company, for the There was little enthusiasm disservice when they are needed ~Y the secretary, while the central commitgovernment. she has accepted the position as head judging of fat liveS t ock at th e, Fat I played and there has been as little tee will have the general supervision of, the Home Economics Department Stock Show held in Salt Lake City In evidence during the past week. of the state wide orgnnlzatlou, the 0[ the Agricultural College, begin- last week. Lew Mar Pr ice won sec- But, be the students aware of the 1\bove mentioned officers, acting in ning with the coming year. ond, with a total of 246 points, fact or not , today wlll see next connection wilh a smaller exP.cutlve while Robert Pb.:ton was third with year's roster ot officers elected. The committee, will carry on the active 1 1 In A~ P;:::n:rl\l~::e~: of work or organization. 1ve;:i :!d \:~~~ 1245 porn ts. A prtze of $26 00 "as bal1ot box awaits the supporters g given for first place, with $16 00 the various (where there is variety) This commltt<-e will work through d lectures ,uu er and $10.00 for second and third. candidates, and no matter how fa r 1colleges dellverlng the county agents and farm bureaus ---'the direction of t~e Teachers Col- I Hogs, sheep and fat steers were the war situation overshadows the where such exist. In other cases. At a masi; meeting held last .F'ri- lege of Columbia t,;niversity. Before Judged and the records made by ! election the latter will be an acthe county chairman will see to the day morning students and racultyl coming to take charge of work here the contestants speak very highly for complisbed fact before the doors (Continued on Pn.i:i:eTwo) members of the College voted to she will complete 8 _ teaching en-1 their ability. Undoubtedly, Interest of the main building are closed at

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pledge themselves to do their utmost to support the Federal Author!M lies in the present war crisis. The following telegram was immediately sent to President Wilson: The information that Congress has adopted the plan contained in yo u r war message or April second, Nineteen H undr ed Sev1 enteen, has j ust been received. I We, the students and fac ult y of Co llege , 1 the Utah Agricultural In joint assembly, hereby hasten to assure the President of th e Un it ed States thttt we will sup port him unqualifiedly. We

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gagement at Con allls Summer j in this department will grow and School; a nd deliver th ree addresses i keener competition ror places on the at th e National Educational Assael- stock Judging team result, as teams atlon. will be sent to the State Fair next Much can be said of Miss Raven- [all as well as to the Stock Sho" hill's excellent qualifications. Her which will be held next January. expe_rience in dealing with Home In the high school contest dlvi(Continued on page four) slon, three Granite High boys, Walter Emery , Abram Barker, and Clyde Riches, won first, second and t h ird, respectively; the prizes being the same for both contests. This again reflects credit Ul)On the A. c., as these boys have taken their work under Arthur Caine and Francis Pnrry and Cr·oft Defent Pn lm er nt1t1 Coray, two members of the class of: I Wri g ht , Se ni ors

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Ing the Sophomores, won the Thomas Medal by defeating J. W. Wright and A. E. Palmer of the Senior :~~s e~:c::1:rss;:;: 1:o~~:00:g~:t::~ class. The second year men defended the negative s id e or the propostate are really ne eded on the farms sltion: "'Re sol ved that at lh e close but that the great majority are not '' Br oc k" Hrinµ s HI Eth Price . Total or tbe pr esent war a national police eo situated as to be ot immediat e or $-t03.70 force should be established to enservice If allowed to leave school at force treaties and preserve peace.'' present. Students or t.he Anima l HusMessrs. Wright and Palmer, who It was learned from the poll taken bandry Department have "sized up" upheld the afflrmallve side of th e last Wednesday that only 166 stu- old "'Brock" for th e last time. Brock question, endeavored to show that 1 dents of the College could go Im- has been decorating the plat es of a league to enforce treaties and mediately onto farms owned by their , the Hotel Utah's most exclusive set preserve peace was desirable, that fathers. As this Is sn agricultural fo r the past week and will likely the principle of a national police school, It can r ead il y be seen that continue to be se r ved In Salt Lake for ce ls sound, that sl!ch a body Is 1 (Continued on P age Four) (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Four)

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TENTH JUNIOR PROM BRILLIANT SUCCESS The Tenth Annual Junior Prom was held In the Smart gymnasium April 9. Like spr ing Incarnate, Its delicate pink blossoms and graceful hanging baskets brought visions of a. summe r spot. Th e shaded lights cast a r osy glow over the dancers that was most enchanting. The orchestra was stationed In a pavilion In

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The news that Inter collegiate athletics will be discontinued for the yea r comes quit e as a surprise since the spring schedule was drawn up but a week ago by the Uta h Athletic• Counc il. Th e action Is, how eve r very much In ke eping with the times. At most of the larger Institution s in the coun t ry this was don e so me time ago, all energy being put lntol military preparedness. A numb er of schools already have the appearance (Continued on Page 4)

efforts of the seve ral class es. The Faculty booth whic h resembled a Greek pergola, was of especia l beauty. During the dance fee cream and waters were served. Two hundred coup les were present, many of whom were visitors from outside towns. The patrons and patronesses ot the evening were: Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy B ull en, Professo r and Mrs . N. A. Pederson, Mr. and Mrs. o. w. Adams, and Professor and Mrs. John T. Ca in e, III. The class of '18 may well be compllmented upon their Prom. It was (Continued on Page Fourl

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The past week bas been a time or stres& and Indecision. Almost without exception, the men or the College have been unsettled as to what they could best do to be or service to the country. But the word or wise counsel has come to us and there need be no further doubt. The danger of an Imprudent stampede has passed and real work may again be resumed. For those who have thought of enlistment the advice comes to remnin at the College and continue their military training here. Wiser heads than ours assure us that we can best serve our country by so doing. '!'hose who are really needed 011 farms throughout the state are urged to io and apply themselves dllllgently In the production of food stuCfs. All such may obtain permission to leave at an early date. 1 0 dlstu~!:d g:~a~h: 1:jo;~:k~\~~~l s~~=;n::ea\~o:lt~~;g~~atg:hde: ;::a~ne u:; service in other fields.. Kow Is the time to show our true loyally by upholding our leaders In whatever policy they decide to adopt In regard to our work at the College or under the direction or the College. PR.-\f'TIC' .\I, 1-;l)t"(' ..\'l.'IOX \ . I XIHC'.\TEO Neve r before have the real value or the Agricultural College and the fundamental nature of those things tor which It stands been so forcibly brought to our minds. In this time or war, when everyt hing that is superficial or unessential naturally sinks Into the background, we see those things which rorm the foundation or edu!atlon at the l'. A. C. taking on an aspect or supreme Importance. The men who have had training lo agrl cult.ure, In the industrial arts, and In commerce are now being looked to, to save the country from famine and Industrial panic. No students are better prepared to serve their country than those who have been trained In the arts of production. The essentially fundamental nature or those problems which the agricultural colleges of the country are dealing with makes them the most Important educational institutions in the nation.

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that the need for mobilization oci __A_'1_n_,o_B_Io_r_k __ •____ L_og_a_n_ 1·tah's agricultural resources and for the consenntlon oC her rood supply (ConUnued Crom Page One} Is urgC'nt; that as the l'niled States enters the world war, one or the City !or the next month. confront.Ing the Brock, who was ' 1a mighty gravest problems good steer, but slightly light In the 1>eoJ)le or the nation Is that or 1>rovidtng Cood adequate for the needs crops," went down to tbe Fat Stock Show last week and walked away or this country and or the Allies. In taking the lead In this lm1>ortwith three prizes, first In the twoyear-old class, sweepstakes, and the ant movement the l'. A. C. Is perpianos or long established service to special prize otfered by the Salt forming an inestimable reputation· -won srnd mainLake Lhe Stock Commission Com- the J)eople or l'tah and of the L"nlttained on merit. pany. Each ribbon was worth $25 ted States. dollars. But Brock was not satlsCI d Ith b I I th h h H . E. C'. G II H..1S EXTEB.'fA IX l'H .\ ('T IC'R 1, l;\ll 1' ED 'J'O E\ J.:. E. \R . '\"OSE .\ '\"ll 1' 11HO .\T c:11e;e. ~:g ns~epp:d on;;:nto ~h: \ •an Instrument at a price within the reach or every music scales and tipped the beam to 1580 .:'llnry Ann "ore a new plaid bonOffice: Geo. W. Thatcher Building, over Shamhart-C'hrlstlnns('n Dei,H'er 1>ounds At $26 50 per hundred he nPt and Eliza's hair was slicked partment Slure. brought $418 70 which, "hen added do,\ n for the ntfnlr Saturday night to his prize money made him worth In the H. Jo~.C rooms Malinda wore $493 70 Ja,ender Chally and Lily felt very WH O H..\ S THE UEST Co me In 1uHI lee. u~ d t·mo no;tr nt e We "111 miss Brock, but we elaborate with ringlets. ( '. \XD\" , l (' li! (' HE.UI :\Sil t h(" Sc hill er l' lnn oiJ to )'ou , 1111<1 "ould let. him go again for the Old fashioned "matches" and e,11111111 our °' l "i ) ' 1myme11t 11lnu. Loo k bclt cr nn d \\ Cur b e l t.-cr , l,IGHT I,U NC IIE S·t same money. "bean bag·• games, Curntshed the nnd cos t no m ore tlm11 Hend y• Yo u \\ ill noc. be oblig a ted In 1111y "kids" with am1>le pastime, followmade' . \\ 'c d o d en nin g nml You Wil l Neve r K now Unlll wn y. f'O LJ ,l.;OF: L EAD S I N ed by a hop to the tone of t.he new Pr e ........ 111 ~. You Have T ri ed l)IP O R T AXT MO VJ.::MFJXTI ··Edison organ." Tiny Tims and litSl' O Xfi F. AXD PH ESS SU JTS \\'HRHJ. ; Ql'Al" ,IT\" C'O UST S --tie Thomases were as gallant as 3 0 So uth ~fnln Log an. Utah (Continued trom Page One) Raleigh. F O H Fn'TY (' F.X 'rS organization or a body slmtlar to Hot cross buns, lemonade, Easter Wh ere Qualltv llul N the Farm Bureaus within the next. egga and pE>anuta aupplled the 'eats.' 129 N. Main - - Ph one 487 week, to undertake the details of Mn. Iver Law1on and Mr. Evan local organization. Jone, acted as chaperones tor the Wh olesa le and Reta.II 4G West Flnt No. - - Logan All present at the meeting agreed I party. C'OL I.JEGF~ STl<JER WINS S \\ 'EEPST.\JH)S

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Found-Pair of gent's gloves. and representatl\'es or land grant Owner please call at Prei.ident's ot- colleges in Berkeley, California. flee. Representatives Crom California, Arlzonn, Utah, Nevada, Oregon, and Some members or the Faculty Washington are meeting at the call ha\·e Joined the Senior awkwa rd of Secretary Houston to "consider squad. the agricultural situation In the ---present emergency and see what can Your \'Ole may decide the elec- be done to Increase efflctenc:r or f tlon. Girls, you are all old enough production, Improve distribution, to vote today. and effect helpful organizations." 1

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C. t\1. WENDELBOE ,Jewelry :-.11)rC' 53 ga l lat :\orth Street

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--Last Monday the district tryout for the Peace ~ratorlcal Contest was held In Salt Lake City. S1>eakers from the u. of u., B. Y. c. and u.,

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A. C. contested for the $75.00 prize ottered to the winner of the disDelore Nichols has been appoint- trict. Mr. Wallace McBride or the ed to supervise the work of the boys B. Y. C. won from Harold Peterson or Logan who will undertake the of the A. C. and Allen Bateman of cullivatlon or the vacant lots in the the U. of U. The victory of Mr. rlty during the summer. McBride enlltles him to compete with reJ)resentatlves or tho other Men wishing to compete for the Western States In the semi-finals of JlOSltion or Athletic Manager In any the nallon-wlde contest. or lhe Unes or actl\llles will please ----+-report lo either Manager ChristianThe Beta Delta Sorority announce s~n or Sharp, and arrange to begin Miss Vera Durham as their newest \\Ork. · member.

Personality

It would ))lease a great many peoIn charge of the Day Nursery that obtains dally in the hall near the fountain, would use her Influence to curb as much as possible the infontllc> YOciferous oulbursts of the ju Yenlie inmates., Oh' Tumultuous Infancy!

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Miss ChloaBerry, of Provo, a visitor at the Theta House \\eek

If it is wotth

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Howell Brothers

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FREE

was 1--➔➔ last ------------AS A Ll1Vrl ..,E IU~:\IF.MBR..\N<..:E

returned to visit with her

Your Photograph

'.\take the Appointment

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when they see him.

No wonder~ proh\bltlon Conference visitors tell us that eve~ Brigham Young was "all lit up" last week. Country-Just est preserves. City How jam?

EVERY

PAIR

think about

of our our

PHl~SC'HIP'l'IOS

for-

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Use Cyko Paper and Ansco Fllms F'or Best Results 07 Xorth '.\lnln St. Logan

subway

OF

Logan

Company Eastman Kodaksand Supplies

Cleaning

& Tailoring

Prices $3.50 to $6.50 ANDREAS PETERSON & SONS Shoes, that's all

Cardon Jewelry

DRUGGISTS

A Full I...lne of DRt:GS A,ND TOILET ARTICLES Agents ror

FIT, SERVICE,STYLE COMFORT

2th:

Today

AJ)l>arently the men In the Ant- ,------------, ma! Husbandry Department know a

MENS AND LADIES SHOES !Or

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Miss \'era. Gardner attended the Prom. Monday evening, and Yislted 'at the College, Tuesday

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Logan's Fo,·emost Clothiers

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per

clothing? Come in today.

• Miss Laura Smith Is back visiting the S<"hool an~ lighting the halls with her sunny smile.

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Dellghtrul refreshments were served at the various houses, and music was the feature of entertainment. Easter flowers rurnlshed very erfectiYe decoralions. ~lany students. took adnntage of the Invitation of the Greek-letter societies and all seemed pleased with the reception given them at the various houses.

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cent in you why not in

~r~.r~~~~~l~;WOl~H Katherine l're has , school after a pleasant folks In Salt Lake. 1

ple if the matron

ln honor ~;~nual Junior Prom, the Sororities held open house

is as neces-

sary in Clothes as in you

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During the past :;k the Theta Sorority have had as house guests the follo\\mg girls Gene Hindley, Martha Kirkham, Dot Chipman, ,,~J :,.1erle Anderson and Bertha Stallings.

YOU ARE SURE TO

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Some are asking tr Seniors are drllllng In order to detend themselves against certain ll[e Insurance agents who ar~ carrying on their lrade In our halls.

PIXEST

French

Co.

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Dry

Pr ess ing,

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Work Called for and Phone 171 20 West 1st Korth

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Books, Stationery and Magazines

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Cache Valley Banking

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Capital and Surplus $125,000

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ACCOUNTS OF THE FACULTY AND STUDENT BODY RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.

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_ I Say , who Is that ltttle girl you FOR COLLEGE were talking to? I ____ Oh, that's the girl that I'm taking 1 I (Continued from Pa&e One) to the Junior Prom In 1920. Economics problems has been unus- ,- - - - - -- -ually wide and varied and much ot . j lt is pioneer work. She Is the author j of several books and essays on hyi glene and Domestic Art; and a memE i Ed ti s 1 ber of the ug en cs uca on o- 1 ciety, Child Study Society and other . scientific and educational bodies. When you buy Hart Schaffner PP . She is the only woman thus far to & Marx clothes, you are entitled they will be boosted more than ever. b h d b r: 11 hi th 1 to complete satisfaction ' The alm or: the athletic and milltary I e onore Y a e ows P I n e; You will get all-wool or wool- 1

rNTE R COLLEG l ATE I ATHLET I CS HALTED I ___ _ (Continued from Page One) of vast training camps, aii being done und er the Initiativ e or: the students themselves. , I In our lnstltutlou the calling off of the remaining athletic contests should In no way be taken to I1 mean that spring athletics will be dro ed enti r ely. On the other hand,

I E '.\U:X.BNT .EJlUCATOR

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White Sport Boots_II $4_ssI

9 Inch Lace, with Neolin Sole and Heel. White Reignskin.

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departments Is to have the students who remain In school In flt condi!~~:n t: ::1~e:,1~:r;!c~ss:ted~n;he t~:~ lll b ,, 0 h If H D ,, gan w e ne- a our a a!. of training, ellher athletic or mill-

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and interesting and instructive. talks ~t:;: 1::m~~ath, ;n~e:~u=:~urai~ that pastime. 0 were given by Hon. Mathonihah rlgatlon and drainage enterprises; Jn the military department things Thomas, President or: the Congress, are also buzzing. The whole senior d th th e intereS t of th e class has joined in a body and will W. D Beers, State Engineer, and C. au to fur er F. Br~wn, drainage engineer. About S t ate of Utah In th e conservatl~n or: compose a separate company . Anfifty men, mostly representatives of its water a nd to advance th e mter- 1other company will be formed as Irrigation and reclamation compa- est of th e S t ate a nd Its inhabitants · soon as possible to which any man nles were In attendance at the meet- 1In perfecting a nd protecting all ir- In school not registered In drill will Inga. . rlgatlon a nd drainage intereS t s. be eligible. There are more than For the Information or: those ln -1 Ai•ticlc UJ. enough men in school to form this The officers o[ the Congress shall company and they should come for:-< consist or the following: ward at once. At any rate, no matA president; first, second and ter which activity you wish to en-

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The Store Lhnt is Always 011en lo

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the Sun.

CACHE VALLEY ,\venue

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HOTEL LOGAN BARBER SHOP WIIEHE

li'or l.ndles and Gents Sc,•en Shines tor 60c No. 7 North Main

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Section 2. There shall be classes of membership. Lire 1bershlp shall be issued upon

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ground that It is not cor-] would not accomplish eu-ldesl,ed. diEach debater had a in- ed speech and handled

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I 'l'l<~XTH :\ NNUA L I•R O'.\I B Hll ~LIANT SUCCESS .

(Continued from Page One) Send tor FREE lllustrR.ted Descrlptl,•e Booklets. T h e Ho lstel nan artistic as well as a social trlli'rlcsla n Associatio n of Amer lcn. 1umph Those on the Prom commitF. L. Houghton, Sec'y, ! tee were T. H Morrell, chai r man, _ a_o_x _ 2_s_o____

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Btu·gn in Alwnys '.fo Be Had AL LOGAN SECOND HAND s·ronE In Furniture and Sto,•es tor Light Housekeeping 26-30 W. First No - - Phone 106 ~lls P. Anderson, Prop .

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::~:;~ 10~ :::::edr:~a,~-~\n ':~~l~e~~: will be expected to remain and complete their regular work.

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See TROTMAN

PRINTING in the l-lighe"t Stfle or the Art

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FOR

FIRST

PAIRING. SERVICE

CLASS

SHOE

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WE ALWAYS GIVE AND SATISFACTION.

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well organlzhis part of

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Paid Who •is J,V~a Cust01ne1·s Opin-

U':.ea;:i;.;~e:ec::;:~ to meet your

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pa:ti~:~:r r:;se:a~Y : c::j:: vote or lhe Boa,d or Dl,eclo,s.

We Se ll

The 1 Morrell 1 Clothing Co.

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\\"ll,l,IA;\I CL'HIU;J,J, rhc Rexall Trans[er Man) Calls Answered Promptly. Phone 1 and 2-" The Rexall st ore." Phone 4 5 6 W, Residence PRTCF.S REASONABLE 11 three / Logan Uta h mem- 1, ,

t$e/;~~e:e~ny:aa:.m:~~1:: price shall include a. copy or: the Lafount Proceedings or: the Congress. Honorary memberships, tor which no fee ,_ ___________ b I d b f 111

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;:~~~gt~dlnvlg~:?t~~~l~eena1:~-Y g,eal milk and butte, yields and beer qualities have made them the most popular dairy cattle In ~~= ~~:r!~l~te~e~~ ~1.l~~ne~~l~ Htelns.

These are t h e Clothes

WEST CE~•.rEn STUEfi:'l' \Ye Call For and Deliver

IJ.P. Smith&Son Engraven Stationery, Announcements, etc.

Pi·omptne~s

Th e supremac,

~~= f:~~~nfm~~~i~~t i~at~a/or~ou~~ I~h::sD:~:~l tries, the Holstein cow has been declared to be the most profitable. Holsteins become acclimated in all countries, with little or no

ff a ner

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pay- ,- - ---15 ::~ct~f s~a7ie~:er~~~~a~:: of b~ ·~:; He is Well Boqrd of Directors, as a permanent I Satisfied; endowment fund, the Income from That's our whlch shall cover all expenses In j ion, connection with such membership,

HOLS TEIN CATTLE

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(Continued from Page One) in other schools the proportion or j men whose presence In school Is depriving the farmers of laborers I would be very low . The provision Is made that any one whose presence on the farm is needed at this time may, by convincing the ofrlcials of the College of that need, obtain permission to

(Continued from Page One) both possible and practicable. The opposition objected to the 11lan· advocated by the affirmative on the

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TO CON'J'INL-E UEGt,"L ..\R WORK

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garment ma ke.

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That Selbi Goods Hnrdwnre

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persons, associations or corporations I within the State of Utah, or elsewhere, who are Interested in, and will lend their assistance to the pro- 1 mg•oet,1 0_0 or: the purposes of the Con• 8

Look Har d w a re A ge

Center

Article\'. All persons, associa.tlons or pornllous, private o, municipal, gaged in Irrigation, or drainage, rectly or Indirectly, or who are

SOPHO'.\IORES

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purpose be terested of in this lhe Congress, furtherance shall oC the eligible to membership, under such rules and conditions as the directors may from time to time, impose th,ougb by-laws.

Royal Shoe Shining and Hat Cleaning Parlors

22 West

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iCOLLEGE

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'.fRA DE STUDE:STS • CLASSY

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Tho Store

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dlrncto,s and shall he the governing board or: the Congress, and shall hold office for one year and until their successors are elected.

FLORAL CO. SJ Pctlcral

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Congress, which was organized last The object and purpose or: this ~:~~:la::n~~:el~a~\~i 1t::\:;r~e~en:I: I ~::eor:E~:: :\!!e~e::~~:n~,f 0 February at the College, was held organization shall be the dlsseminat the Hotel Utah, April 4_ A con- atlon of information pertaining to ~!~~r b:h::t ::::- 0 : nd th: i ~n~:; ::r ~~adership a bright 1 0 stltutlon and by-laws were adopted Irrigation a nd dra·lnage, especially in campus tor those having Interest In

...Flowers ...

your money will be refundA~ an evidence or good fmth, w e J)ut our name

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WHEN YOU WANT

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H ".vd . Co.

24 W. 1st Nor t h St .

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87

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HERE may be some question as to whc. makes the best wagon or the best plow or the best watch, but when It comes to cream separators the supremacy of the De Laval is acknowleclgecl at once by every fair minded and lmJ)artlal man who is familiar with the cream separator Eituatlon. 'l'housnncls and thousands of tests have proven that the De Laval skims the cleanest. The construction of the New De Laval puts It ln a class by Itself.

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It outlasts and outwears all other makes, and can be run with less cost tor repairs. The worlrl-wlde De Laval organization, with agents and repr esentatives in almost evf'ry locality where cows a re milked, ready to serve you, Insures that the buyer of a De Laval will gel quick and valuable service Whf'n he needs It.

More De Lavals bined.

are sold

every

year

than

The

Xe\\

Sclf -(."{'nt er lng De Ln ,·nl Hcm l all other

makes

com-

The New De Laval has greater ca1>aclty than the 1916 style, YourSpPcial Attentionsimpler In construction, has fewer and Interchangeable discs, is cnll e<I lo our lin e or ;\fen's Di vin g nnd Sw imm ing C'ups. Absolu te ly Ne w. An IIISl)CCtl o n fr om yo u will men u sn les fo r us.

easier to wash, a.net the skimming efficiency Is even greater. machine Is now equipped with a Bell Speed Indicato r .

Rolfsen Sporting Goods Company 163

Is ts Each

New Cat ulog w ill be ma lled u po n req uesL

THE DE LAV AL SEPARA TOR CO. Br oad way, Ne w York

K odaks for lt ent Ex 1>ert Oeve l o 1l ln fe an d Pr i ntin g.

50, 000 B R ANCH J.~S AND LOCAL

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I ~:~~~ns~:1~::~r~::u!~:\o:h~:r d~::j :::u;r~k allfab:~~~~s 1lglnal and devoted service In the adtailored in clean, sanitary shops vancement or: public health. • :f~t~~r o,\ n employee, correct in ; She has made special investigation Your dealer is authorized by for the British government in reus to say that it the clothes are gards to moral training and charnot right, or not wholly satlstacacter

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Co nstit utJo n a n d Hears JJiAr ticle I . str uct ive Talks The name ot the organization shall -be the Utah Irrigation and Drainage The first semi-annual meeting or: Congress. the Ctah Jrrlgation and Drainage Article II.

GUARANTEED

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Ischools

IRRIGATION AND DRAJN-1terested we publish the mos~ important portions or: the constitution I j and by-laws adopted by the ConAGE CONGRESS MEETSgress. !

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forming Influences in the • oC Great Britain, on the results or: physical education methods 1 This Is a chance to show your pa- J in the United States normal schools, trlotlsm. If you wish to be prepared on the physical training systems in 1to enter your co1J,ntry's service In Denmark and Sweden, on the teachcase or: need, join with Captain ing of the Domestic Arts in those Santschl and the coaches in stlmu- countries and In Holland, as well as lallng outdoor work at the u. A. C. I in the United States. She is the first Preparations have already been I international lectur er on Home Eemade to care for eve ry individual in onomics to colleges and universities. j school who will take advantage or j No doubt Miss Ravenhill will this opportunity. Th ere will be make a readjustment and redlstrlbu-

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