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7.

TEAMLEAVESFOR FIERCESERIES ABROAD

NO - DALLYING BY PRE~~:r~~NE~~~:faSES AGGIES ENROUTE rnRcoLoRADO : D•~~B~E{E~l:~:~!R STU□ENTS STAGE THEVIGILANCE ,.;.~~:~:",:n:~; '~::t~u~:::::. •,: flASTBIGGAME TOMORROW No~!:'~~,•,':_"~:•:;:::.,:~,.•;:; SEND -OfffOA COMMITTEE SijUA□ 18 urged,

after

eonsulto.tlon

with

the date ot algnlng

the

commercial Club commlltcc, that all Coach Romney And Se1~ct Crew Leave

students of the Agricultural College n•aume their atucl\ca thle week, U possible, or not later thon Monday, Committee Will Have Exte n- November 10. The College eJ:pcrlcncca a fee ling sive Aut hority to Promo t e of great pride becauBO ot the unBeUOrder on Campus lah and patriotic manner In which the student• responded to tbe call The time baa come when you of tho farmers or this and neighbormuat mend your war1. Your actions Ing valll.lYS, A fortunate change In In the future will be closely acrutluwenthc-r conditions enables all to rel&ed. Before many days hence a vtg~ turn now to their studies wllh n llnnce committee will be patrolllnt minimum IDBI In their work. the college halla and campus and the E. G. PETJ.;RSON, byway1 of Logan. If )'OU litter the Prl'sldcnt ho.lli and walks with paper and --+ --candy boJ:cs, If you dob paint on the fountains, college buildings, or any of the other cherished things ot the achoo\, tr )"OU write unofficial notices ' 011 the bulletin boards. If you paint the v.-tndowa of tho bualne88 houses, or It tn an)" way you tranagresa tho law• which should br obaerved by every A. c. atudent, the vigilance Both Performances Enthus committee wlll pass judgment _ _ _ • against you. 1as ti cally Re<:e1ved This committee la to be appointed __ _ In the near future. Presldm1t PeterJ,,rlday aft('rnoon the students who "hllnr8011 baa promised to give the ml'm- saw tho Periwig play were bc,rs vc,ry complete authority. The loualy regaled" aa they were prompurpose of thla committee 111to In- la('d beforehand they should be. The culcate more respect and thoughtlack of a regular "opor)·-bouao" with rutneaa tor tho school and Its tra- nil Its traditional trimmings was 110 dltlon1. obstacle to the performance which --the v('raatlle and undaunted Perlwlggera preionted In tho chape l room, under Mias lluntsman'e dlrectlon. If their costumes, 88 was Intlmated, were not or the most fasblonnble seventeenth century cuts, no --one was nny tho wiser, and the quaint Princeton Graduate Wins Cov- little coml'dr met with enthu1h1allc

e5 SChOlarShip Rhod • Awar dedto DaVIes

rt'IPOIISO from the A. c. audience. 1 1 r:?::~d a;:v~ :::re

eted Honor Fro m Six Contestants

~~

For

of

- Gardner, Heber Morrell, Stanley Anderson, Howard McDonald, Clem Campbell. Hugh Sutton, Rulon Bracken nnd Ferris Anderson. The first game on tho card will be played tomorrow afternoon at Fort Colllna. All football eyes In tho Rocky Mountain co nfer ence will be focused on this game. ll Is co nsl d ore<l tho crucial game of the season, from the standpo int of the Coloradonns who have not lo1t a game and fenr none but the Utah Aggies now. Thie

piny na follows: Saturday, November Sth. Colorado Aggies at Fort Collini; Saturday, November 16th, Unlveralty of Colorado at Boulder; Thursday, November 20th, Unlvorslt)' ot Wyoming ot Lammie. With a grim detE>rmluatlon to "do or die" th o Aggies were In good shape physkally and otherwise, n1Hl left with th e last lmpre19lon given by u loyal ,stu dent bod)' and nrdonl citizen tans which will surely bring rl'sults. The peraonel of th e touring party Is as follows: Conch and Mrs. E. L. llo~noy. Graduate Manag er Hay B. \\ ea!; Ma'.~agcr Victor Larson, Trainer Doc Morgan, Captain Douglas, Q. Cannon, Leiter Jarvis, Cl)•de \\ orley, Laurn Crookston, Percy Hanson, James McDonald, IJoula Fal,ck, LIUlrlea Hart, Olen Dee, llnrold Nagle, Lon Andrus, Joseph Maughan, Leslie Bowen, De'lroy

year th e J.~ort Collins crew la a t or mldnbl e aggregation. It they win rrom the Utah Aggies on Saturday they will hav e J>rncllcally cinched th e conference title. Tho team l eft early Wednesday morning In order t o have u light workout at Ogden at noon . Thia was thought to be more profttnb le than to hold n morning practice at home and then leave, and tu fact, It wa1 Imp oss ibl e t do this because of tho train achedu between bere and Ogdon. They lot over tho Union Pnclnc at threelrt) ' \Vedne1day afternoon for Fort Colllns. The game will be ln)'ed tomorrow afternoon. Although the enthusiasm and Int erest that th e tudenta might take In this great game wlll be little felt by the members or the team, It would be a splendid Idea to give the men a lew "Rah Rans"' over tho wire.

Execu t" "ttee Captatn • Camp bell 1ve Comnu Thanksg ivngPl R• F A ans

wlll be

ot the Armlatlce, colebrntlon or that

In

event. All disabled aoldlere In training at tbe College will be invited to take front Beata on the eland, the Ear ly Morning Rally Starts The faculty giving way lo their honor. Gr idders on Their Honorable B. H. Roberta, Cbap-Way lain or the H5tb (Utah) Field Ar_ Ullery, wlll be the principal speaker. Special muBlc hBB been arranged At eight o'clock Inst WedncBdny and tho general public ot Logan has morning th e football tenru loft Logan been Invited to Join with the Col• to m!J: with the teams ot Colorado logo lo the celebration. and Wyoming. Before they went, however. severa l hundred A C. students and a number or tho !acult y members n19embled at th e lnt orurban depot to show tile Aggie t eam that the school Is behind them fr om the word "go" The mil)' ~va1 ,tarted with a I numb er of rousing )'Oli s. Attorney Harris gave a snappy talk In which Fa rmer's Annua l F rolic To Be he pr edicted th o same auccesa tor tho team this yenr as In the yenri or Gala Affair 1903 nnd 1917 . Mr. M. s. Eccles ____ followed and strong!)• commended "Tho time has come, the Walrus said the spir it of tho rally . He also pre• To talk of mau )' things, dieted victories for tho team but ho Of allopa and s ho es and sealing-wax wnrned them against over-confidence. Of cabbagCB and kings, Ca11tnln "Pl1tol" was called for and And why the sea la bolling bot he cnme reluctantly out of the crowd And whethor"-)'OU will wear nnd made one o f his characteris ti c )'Our green dr ess or )'Our other one fow-worcl speeches by stating that to the Ag, Club Ball tonight. For the team was going to do 1t1 beat. tonight-this ,•or)' l\lght-do we Coach Romney gnvl' a few tmng\nalrlnk, dance and be merry to tho tune tlv e touches n8 to the character and of the "jazziest" orcheatrn that can 1pltlt of the men on the team. Tho be scared up . And we're nil going Co ll ege hymn was sung. Then the to lie there to see It there really will c he er ing went on with hardly an lnbe co rn Btalks and bunches of wheat termlSBlon until tho car left. and puml)klns and hon est-to-goo< lll<'Ba cldM that comes out of a bnrrel as til er BOY there Is. It r eminds )'0~ or when you were a Chee-lid down

STAGE sETroR AGCLUBBA LL

to "old .\unt

esign s fOfD ffDY~::~'\\

Mllry'11" or

Dr. ffarr,•s speak er at Chapel Exercises

something.

John A V Darle;-or Salt Lake baa been selected as Rhodee scholar from l'tah by the committee for this atnte, which Includes President John A Wldtaoo of the Unlv('rslt)' of l."tah. chairman; with representatives from the I,. D. S. University and from the l'tah Agricultural Colleg~, The Rhodes Scholarship \\BB fnundPd for tile pur1101e of promolIng gootl fellowship and like Interl'sta among nil EngllBh-1peaklng peorl,•a. Each year there are chosen from nil F:ngl\ah-apenklng nations a kw young men, who arc sent to QJ:ford t"nlevnlt)', England, for a three-yl'or course. The acholarshlp carrlr-s with It $1600 n year Frequf'nt vl1lts and opportunities for travi:,1 arl' offere<I to all atudonta. Mr. Da,·le1 graduated from Princeton t'nlvflrslty. Hf' paBBl'd the Rhodes .. xamlnntlona for Oxford In tho tall of 1917, but the war preV('nlt'd BPlcct\01111 that year This year hl' was In competition with aov• ernl othc-r candldntee. No OJ:amlnatlon was required, but thny were judg<'il on a romparlaon of thf'lr re<'ords In scholnetlc work, lte~t•at

~~::r:~ll~it~·d:nut~ : 1::rpr:~:: ;:Inc~ rN:ognltlon 111 dramati c productions of the school. It brcamo doubly entertalnlng. Elnar Chrlall'nB{'n 08 Sgnnarollo, the "Do ctor In Spit(' of Hlmaelf," handled his imrt with the cleverness and droll composure of a born cornedInn, and Mol\r,re hlmielf could hav e wished 110 bett('r Interpreter tor th e rolo of the grump)' littl e wife, than Mies Mue Edwards. A I ucas c,·en Poulter had 1{'88 fiery tbnn In-In need to he Jrnlous of Jn('quellno 88 plu,·ed by Leora Thatcher of the arch smile and lndl'penclcnt manner. He must have aiipreclated In bis more tried moments the soot hing lnflu• f d Ilk V 1 11 I ~;~:rl:~/ b;. f';oulRo~ ~v:~:~t.c :~ Lttclndf', Clnlrr Cardon was charmlnJrlV ai)peallng and a\togt•ther reminlne, winning the ndmlrntlon of many ('ntirely outside th(' realms of make-believe. Stanley Prescott was ardent and sentimental a, &II)' 88 IJcondrf' could gracf'full)' be, and It muit Indeed have taken n mercenary and unyielding father to remain deaf to his l)lcns. However Professor

At the la st 1-;xecutl\'e committee meeting the following were ap11olnted na a comm itt ee on arrangements for that most auspicious t C'sth·al that we nre going to hold In Salt Lak e City on Thanksgh •lng day: Dr . Brossard, cha,l rman; Adnllene Barber, Huln'.~ Neh~.kcr, Stanley Pre scott. and Be-No Hanson. That tho B~~ .~luo Team 11 going to aen·e the U crow In li eu of turkt·)' Is a roregone conclu1ton, nud that the trnm la going to be so llbernl In Its son•lng of this dark tough meat that It will take n trny the alzf' of a flat rack to hold It, Is al10 l'qua lly well known In the northC'rn pnrt or Utah. The and thing about It all Is that Snit Lake sportIng editors arc, not aware of the1e facts. The)' clon l oven arcm to know that there Is a Big Blue Tf'nm or that tho Aggies are In tho Rock,>' Mountain Conference. They dldn t f'Ven know that there had been a game on Aclnm1 flt>ld this fall until ln11t Saturday night, when they In hunting up s omethln~ to be hllarloua about over the U a GG to O ,·tctorr o,·er thP, Montana Agglt'a

c: •~:~c th~; 1~~: "::~~t~no>~ 1 1 1 11 Captain Robert N. Campholl, com- :~: 1~\?w~i~c:i° ~~o:: n! ~1;~ c:,:~~~ mandnnt of tile Const Artillery t1nlt lions we p.re solemnly aBSurcd will or thr College R. O. T. C. has t en- be notlC{'nble features or the ball. dcrf'd his resignation to tho War Doesn"t It make thrills chnse each De1>nrtmo11t as an army officer. 'With- other up and down your spinnl in ten dny1 tho en1italn ex11ect1 to co lumn just to think of It? If tt enjoy the great pleasure of thrustdoesn't now, It wlll tonight as you Ing his lurnds Into a polr of tho dOC\P climb the hill with the ltgh t s from room)' slclf' pockets that are found thl' "A" blinking frlvoloualy down only on civilian unif orms. at you, and the strains or "Oh Captuln Campbell graduated from Susie"' or something equa ll y fasclthe l·n1tcd States Milltary Academy nallng floating out to you from the nt West Point In 1906 and was as- Thomas swart gymnasium. signed to the Twenty-ninth l11fn11try And listen-someone hns said In then stationed at Fort Dougln1. He 11 confidential whisper tllnt the floor romnlned with this orgnnlgatlon un- has heeu made all smoot h and ti! Julr 1'107, when h e was trans- shiny. and Isn't lumJ l)' any more even rorrl'<I to the Con1t Artlllory and In spots. What more Ideal state of 11·n11 given the Important task or affairs cou ld we nak from mere hl'lplng to protect the eastern coast mortal Aggies? from ror"lgn hwnalon. In this .,apaclty the captain was stationed at NEXT LYCEUM COMES i'-ow York for tour year,. TO LOGAN NOV. 2 _1 rn11tal11 Cam1ibell spent eig ht een months In France during which tlmo he commanded a battalion or Mr. Cha rle s Zueblln, tho famous ~lght-lnch howlt:to rs In the St. Mlhlel lecturer. will ap11car here on the and MeuRf'-Argonne offensives and lyceum i>rogrnm, Monday, Novemthe Chami,ngnc-Mnrne defensives bM 24. IIC' w\11 present one of n and 11artlclpated In tho Toul -A laaco ;1~~-!l-st;!~~ of lecture& prepn::~i::~

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Robinson

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!~a:!:~=~~ce,

th:hp~a;c~r,l';

Morning

-Tho Utah Aggies wore given O throaty adieu by st ud ents, faculty nnd townspeople on Wedncadny morning at the Utah4dnbo Central depot prior to their leavi ng for a three weeks siege on foreign soil. In which tho)' arc slated to piny the harde st grid 1cheduh.' that any school In tho conference has over had In that length of time. The rr.rmera will ln ...ade Colorado and Wyoming In quest of Rocky Mountaln conference honors. Tiley will

PERIWIG PLAY MAKES HIT

'S

Wednesday

Three-Game Series-Will Play Colorado Aggies, University Colorado. And Univers ity of Wyom ing White Awny.

ea er-

Mr. l)uvl<'I w111th<' honor graduate ~~1:1~~~88ntn:;i,:;,0~1~i1r~:n~:~t~

~:

4

melted

In a most approved

~t::::i~t~ t~ea:s:::ao~~~:;al Finch

(~O~me~:;1:;

has proved

1ame

~~111~0;1:: Montonn

aggrC'gat\on

mlttl'r to ace to It that our arrival In the State Capitol la so auspicious that It "•Ill, at least temporarily, arousf' the citizens and sai d editors of Zion Or BroSBard and h\11 commlttt'O wlll arrange for tho apeclal train nnd the details of the parade that Is to be held In Salt Lake on turkl':,: da) The J,~xecuthE> committee \\lab 1 ;~~1~ ~:~gge:t: :~ad~r.t~:ltl~ares:;,t g~!

C. are Invited to become membert1 of Judging by the enthuslnatlc recopLogan Poat No. S:-v"n of tlw Amert- tlon of till' audience-, It was tllor• can L<',:1011. Ae the Legion hns been oughh npprt>clfltell.

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thorn In the near a\deratlon

IBEET

a;·n~1u/"P~~/;1~

future,

=~:\!n

CLASS MEETl~GS HELD th:hC'h:;~•('~~t~:~~on LAST THURSDAY AT l l :OO brighter than It

GOODS

0 tr 0~ar:~: (lnroll

--

beforf'

::~~:t;~:;1.

::::i;:ro;~~: c;:;~;~ memhenblp fee■ are two dollars and bnttone are two bits apiece Application blanks or Information concerning the Legion c-an be secured from the follotll"lng: Raymond I.

("lass mectlnp occupied tho atud. ent body hour on Thunday. The 1enlors appointed Ruaaell Croft to be debating manager. The rt'lt of tbe meeting wna dE>voted to dh1ruulon1 1'"hl<'h were either un-l

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fln~::djuo:lonr~t af:;ofnut!~c~~~:~

alien and Thomaa

:o•~e7i°~ ff. Morr<'ll.

!Continued

on Page Two).

MIL

con~

~:~=J~nb:t

, Campb<'ll

c.

t~ tho R. o. T.

at

t:~:o;:~r:~P~~n~!:n~r=~

phases Visions

of

th1:rcs:~1~~~!t

and

:;t~ce:lg~:~tb

l':tccutlve omcer ror the R . o. T. c. then In o 1,erntlon there. The captain la an advocate of a short 1,erlod of mllltnry trnlnlng as n means of developing good citizeni hlp and n greater lov e ot countrythe klntl of lov e tbat eomf!'II onl) through iacrlnce tor prlnclpl<' lmmedlatel) nfter his release from (Continued on Page Two)

nevlslona.,', o tav~h e nr:!:ed

"World Advance

we~~::r

eo:rae. Mr. zueb lhi comes from Boston; he 18 a publicist, lecturer and author. 1-11 8 work 18 nil In tho lin o or world problem• and \\Oriti democracy. He SP(llll severa l )ears 88 a facull) momller nt th<' Unh•crait)' of Chicago whNe he ""as noted tor his prog~csslveness, his ,•Igor ond tho In(Continued on Page Two)

I

~;;;:rsa::stal:;e~b~o:l !C'"outlnued u11 pa(e

b;et

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tbree)

Power

Very Interesting exercises wore hl'ld In chaiiel Inst Tul'sdny. Dr. S. F Harris ta lked to the sludente and facult)', endC'nvorlng to show that a Supreme Power 111back of nil chomlatry physics and sciences which dlrcc~s and re ulntos tho ' ro ress and action ot gtbe universe PH! reminded the students that ·allh 11 the facult, from stud. nnd

e:~:r-

ll'nce kn~,~- more of \ 110 sele~ces than 'they they mu st cooperate with the stude~ts In connectln and assodn tl n th eir knowled (!g with the g g ~:~~ powers 8nd rorcoe ot th0

Tlw l.'h olr sang "Massa Dear." Dr. ::iascA,:~::r~\d~~:~1e ~n;1~.1~ ~r;~:: 9 08 Know That J,,alr Land," accompanied by Prnff'ssor Johnson. President Peterson, In chnrge, made Bf'vera l nnnouucement1. Ho nssured tho 1tudenta that tho fa cu l1 ~:ac:~~f:I t~:tb:\~tl~: :m b~ dy 11 co11ferl'IIC0, nncl Is ready lo boost for

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ti~;

OJ>portunlt)'.

He

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nil the student body actl\•ltlca, 1uch actions 118 were displayed last week concerning the nftE>rnoon dance could th0 not bl' sanctio ned: li e regret\od Incident 88 having been un vorthy nnd a discredit to the 1tudent bod) und t~io team lie ha s confl di°'~c~ howe,er that nn) further Bo a e ,Ism of th0 t l)•pc wlll be put dO\\ll Ir vin Poult<'r made n stirring nd th ~::~:!s;,:~c:::~:fnt:e~:~:rr a e

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bne recently. Ir thC' Wf'athrr continues folr and tilt> 11 0 1: ;~,t~o~~k:I~- ~~1a: ~h:r~,::~: ':1~;- b\~ har\'<'Stf'd In n little more than another week. I Ju11t now there- nl'P about two hundrf'd A. C. mon who have re1pordNI to the call mn1ll' by thr

About Supreme \Vhich Regulates Universe

the t<'am nt e,·ery

1e8!:~~

HL'Zi WlTII

BUZZER STAFF NOW

•ro DIG Hl,l 'J.~ TEAM

___

SITUATION IS NOW IMPROVED

Theatre.

b:!:;;o;_Y~:::;

for

com-

Captain

T Iii-~ WIRES

It wlll be the pride of f'Very man who

snat organization. All thoae who

.h~l;fs

19 to O was neslgnod

hl'r ablllt)' to In8 took rurthl'r work at Mather fll'ld, :t ~:~r~:c:r~; b:~:r~~ 1~~::e P~:; 1 Sncramento, California, and was who fumbles his hat and talks In a pr"parlng to b1• a pilot at Marsh subdued tone of volcC', we find 8 quite neld, Rlvl"rs\de, California, when th,e nl'W aide to her versatilityRoberta, arml1tlce_ was declared. He will cuter the Wt.'ll-meanlng and all unjuitlyOsford l nh'f'rt1lty, with the term 1 8 1. 1 commencing January 1. ~~~~:C:r~ :~!hu~~:·n ::: 1~ ':i~e~/ on ) --· -• -AGGIE SERVICE l'tlEN Thia la th e first time . an)' or INVITED TO JOIN LEG ION Mollere's plays bnve been presented 10 ~~c~;:;1::-g n:;~:;t ~ n~t~e:om==~ 8nd All former aon•lce men at the A. now dlfflcultlea to th e actors,

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th~::~''ii°~:

t~~~ t~::te~:1a~h:.

Talks

Cook their

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WC' know

you have 1 8 t~a~~t:~~ 0 ~ ~ 1::;~/y ;:

goos1• and

we'll cook angel

PClll to

go

Alpha

,ou

cake tor you.

Delta

The l'tlllor

I

I

'em, hoglll'

'em.

manager

of the "Buzz<'r" mt•t on Thunulny 1 1 11 8 -Home Eco- ] :,: ; ; ~~1~~~!t~e~on;~ ll•:1: 1:ta;c!;.: <~:1~ nun l. The staff arlccted ABBlatant Bu1lneas

BNit 't•m 11nd acall) th 0 m. - -U, A. C. Y. l\1.

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1 1 ;,~ ;:;ee~a~~~ryB:~n 0 ~:k.hlsG(ll:,~Y·-~Sll~~I~ A~1:; 1:~· With you ttll hell frf'ezes over. Get th('lr icnlps, Agglt•a. Phi Kappa Iota. "R<'mrmber lhf' Alamo."Oa,·r rro<'kt•tl. Remf'mber 1917

. Stu11f'nt Ltle.

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COMPLETE buslnf'88

Thetna

non;~:h~.h~~ht, fl.gilt tor the hlu<• and whit('. Pl ZNn PL You"ll do It. We know It. HNe'a to you.---Soroals. C :lght

and

I

roilowa: Mnnngf'r-

Ju~:;n~~~l~;;~na-J. R. J<tmbal l Acllvllle1- Ct.'Orfw Bntf'mnn Cl1111Bt'B-l~ols Vernon. Collf'J:"f' Yf'nr- -Nnncr J,~lnch nnd Halph Smith. •\rttat IJ11l-'llf'Tnlmag<'. ~!~:;~~'.'.___1·1~~!1~1 ~~t~~;'.

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Sldnl'y Stock.


STUDENT

PAGE TWv

EDITORIAL STUDENT UFE Published Weekly by the Students of the Utah Agricultural College. Printed

by the Ear l & England Publish ing Co. Logan, Utah.

Entered

~!~~:

01 seeo nd-cla88 mall

molter

a~c~~gp~:~c~t:obr, mua~1i:~ !~eep~:l~l

September 0 ~ 1::~c:

19,

0

~:::~d

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::~:e\ tl,::~~dl:~;e;::~o~ ::J~:~::~\n;n~n over-zenlous. reformatory spirit, fur is made to fly, flguratlvoly speaking. Studonts' OJ)lnlons aro 10\lcltod In tho editor ial co lumn -Bo long as they nro etnted clearly, honestly and In the right epirlt. Student Lite Is the organ or 0

~::/~~~e•~~t

,!:

portunltlee

:n~:;ln~g:~ul:r~~o~o

l;;fvell::e~t::d

If they do not contribute

3, \VE CAN ONLY

.3, Act ot October

~:~·7,P;~;:1~~fzer;rA~~u~~c!~~n1::: ________________

LIF' I:

Bulletin Board

column It trlNJ to maintain an attitude of fair and conatructlvo criticism, and havo tho courage of It.II convlctlon1 as It sees thorn. It Is the wish of tho staff' that all knocking bo kept strictly out or the paper. It ts easy for this to creep In, and It bas crept

their

n■

//

aonp~

A meeting

or the

~

CLOTHF.S 1KUPPENIIEIMER

Cosmopolitan

The Best Known \ Modera tely P ri ced, Valu e Consi dered Co)or s Guarant eed.

club. All pr08ont members and a ll those ol\glble for membership requested to be present.

George P. Barber, '20. .Managing Editor Lucile Talmage, '21 .. .. ....Associate Editor Russell Croft, '20 Associate Editor Elna Miller, '21 .. Exchange Editor Ray Olson, '28..... . .. . ..Ath letic Editor Kinnie Caine, '23........ ....... Under The "A" Nadine Foutz, 20.... .....Society Ed itor Soraba...... .... .. ....Such Is Life Pearl Oberhansley, '22 ..Special \Vriter E. W. Robinson, 20... .. Business Manager REPORTORI AL STAFF LE T THE RE BE LIGHT

HOWELL BROTHERS

Special 1orvlce1 In celebration or the annlverenry or the signing or tho armistice will be he l d In chapel on November 11. It Is very Important that nil members or the Student Lire staff be at the meeting on Tuesday at 12:30 .

-

As Never Betore You Must Buy Quality Known as the B e s t

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\dens to It. club will be hold Tuesday, November 11, at eight o'cloc k , at the Boo1tera'

Tho thoughts of all Aggies are with the Dig Blue Team In Co.lorndo, on tho eve of a strugg le or giants -the mee ting or two teams acknowledged by many to be the s tr onges t candidates tor the Rocky Mountain Conrerence pennant. we cnn·t tlo anything now to spur our team to victory-It 18 not as 1r they wore here and our che ers could keep them alwn,•& llghtlng - llghtlng llghtlng for the blue and white. All we ca n do Is h ope ror n victory-Just hope In a futile attempt to h e lp the blue-helmeted team that Is so gloriously uph olding th e honor and prestige or our College In an0 1h0 r s tal e.

EDITORI AL STAFF

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AG. BA.LL TONIG H T The Ag. Club wlshea to lnvtte guest.a of the club at their annual ball tonig h t, nil the members of the Vo.ratty footba ll squad wh o did not make the t r ip to Colorado.

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Tryoute for the U. A. C. Glee club are being hold every afte r noon oxLights arc sore\)• need e d 011 the th ird floor or lho cept Frldny In ProfeHor Jo h nson"s th0 811d Main buildin g, and ns the wlntn co mes on . studio. This ts an or ganizatio n for days get shorter. and dnrkneH floods tho building men . Membership Is limited in numr:ir ly In thr evening. lights w\11 be practl ca ll)' bor. and le decided by competlllon. CRASE KEARL, '21 DOROTHY WEILER. '23 lndl11>ensnblt'. Each yea r n tour Is made through It 's wt'II nigh Impossible to see to read right now t'tah and Jdnho. All those lnterestBRAMWELL botweon tlw hours of four and fh•e o'clock on the ed should try out early. Volume XVI II. Number 7. lhlrd fl oor, and this con dition wlll be aggravnted ns __ . _ Fr iday, November 7, 1919. the season ndmnces. Sundny menls at the College care--____ A few stro ng electric lights would greatly lmJ)rovc terln w\11 be discontinued f rom now MAKE THIS BANK YOUR F INANCIAL HOME FAIR PLAY FOR THE BOOSTER conditions, nud mnke tt possible to sec clearly In 00 Your attention Is called to 1\11 artic le in this co lumn e:irly morning and Into afternoon c lnsaes. j ' or the laet lnur or Student Life by our s tu dent body The DuHer staff. which Is an preeldent. In It. he ,•lgoroual)' nttnrks the Booster REUBEN EDITORIALIZES nounced In this lseue, will meet on On Order In The Library as a J)Ubllcatlon containing "unse e mly Jokes" and not Monday al noon, In the Student Life 1 o, stu dents heark e n to mr rime. dleeemlnntlng true Aggie spirit This article d oomco. I an' lletNJ tu mr wurde 1101111cl11g tho' Indecency nud dlslo)'alty or tho BooltM I'm tempted sort; tu use thi s time. len ds us to mnko n statement or facts. Mr. Charles Zueblln wlll n11penr 20,000 Square Feet Floor Space sum et r ong, exp r esshc verbs. Back In 1916, spir it was nt n low ebb at old U. A. on the Lyceum couree on Novem. It rllrs me up, my Ire Is roused SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS ('. A grouJ) or the more progressive Aggies, Imbued berH. tu see th' shamefu l way DURING SUM ME R MONTHS with the necessity or generating more schoo l spi rit. th, llbrnr y'e used, why I'll be soused, organized tho Bt?-No Cl ub . The animating ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1 Y dlscuselon g;oups wl\l meet thern'B cha tter In th ere all day. object o r 'this organization was to ha ck tho Agglee \ Vnrc h ouso nnd Of11ce, So ut h Mnln Stroot Inext week BB echedulcd. loyally ancl unetlntlngly to the very end . This Ideal Is I'm guilty tuu. I mu st cou fess, e mbla zone d 111,on the heart of c,•ery Be-No and our For Sale-~t number and uv bustl11' th' regulations. etforts ha,•e been. and always wtll be directed to that varlet}' or military untrorma to start th' saw thnt sez, "p\cze don't transgress 1!11d. The flrat big step was to lesue the U. A C LOGAN UTAH n coetumer In business . Blue (dress, th' rul e that ca.lie fer s ilenc e." Booster, for the sole purpose of ge ner ating more real to study In th' llbrnry' s for, lh'e-wlrc Aggie spirit. while and olive drab (cotton and n atude cnu't get th' tlo11e. rull dress and special evening drees). fr The run proceeds or thi s publication were glnd l y woolen). Also sheep skin lined store In hie pate thle useful lor e, given to pny In part for a banqu et given by tho De-No short overcont nod boots (black and wh en with noise ho ha s to cope. Club to lhe roottmll team ns a token of respe ct and Inn leathor nod hip rubber). Robappreciation for their splendld off'orte. The De-No ert N. Campbell. th ere's other plncee tu air our ,•iews, banquet ho.I come to be an established reaturc In the LOGAN, UTAH an' tell our little tal e, minds of our footbal warriors. Xotlee to Facu lCy .'\le mhers U\' how he t old h er all th' I\CWB NEW UP TO DATE FIREP ROOF This sig ned edltorln l by Student Body Pre sident Hereafter copies of Student Life when they let 'Im out uv Jail. 100 ROOMS WITH CONNECTING BATH Gardner le the flrat Indication of lngrotltude which will not be placed In tho faculty as nggles ehould lot's think about. we hav e reccl"ed for our tireless eff'orls to create Rat es fr om $1.50 to $3.00 per day mall boxes, except by speclnl reth' prtnclpla l UV th' thing and maintain Aggie spirit up to tho highest standard. Special Wint er weekly rat es now in effect quest. Call at Student Life office !t'e dcrned 11oor eplrlt, without n doubt, We r t?adtl y grnnt that tho \'Cry purpose of this 1 Exce llent Dining Room and Counte r Service. Popula r for your COl)Y o r see E. W. Robinto thus rntzc cal n, bl Jing . club reflect s thnt aide of lif e' which may e:is lly disson If you prefer to have a copy Prices and Quick Service. Barber Shop and Billard Room r ega rd that dignity which we are all expected to olc discipline's a mighty for ce. placed In your man box. in Connection. Especia lly attractiv~ for Auto Parties maintain. And 110 doubt there have been occasions that sways th' world, bl gad, when we ha, ,e failed to appreciate the weight of M. S. ECCLES, Pres. LYM AN HYDE , Mgr. let's J)!ead for order. until we're hoarse, Found -A n "A" pin. A rountaln things which we have eald or done. I dl eo rd or's all to th th' bad. We sollclt wholesome c riti cism, but sl11ccrcl), bePen. See Joo Hnve r tz. lu bother th' geek who wants tu get lleve that Mr. Gnrdncr·s charge or casting a "stigma his lesso n In engll&h 8, or Indecen cy on the name of our ca ll ege" Is unJuet prises the following subjects. r,=====================a ts not quite fair, It makes 'Im sweat, Commerce-Freedom or the Seven j and uncalled for. We beli eve that tho office of the WA TCHES OPTIO AL DEP ARTM E NT In ch arge of a Compet.. 'II addles hie brnln) ' pate. Seas. elgnee should refle ct not 0111)' a cons tructiv e criticism CLOO K S e nt Opto metrist . Erpert At.Lent.Io n Gl •e n to Te.t,, Natlonalltr-The Perelstence of but aleo a constructive pre se ntation. We also bollove SILVE RW AR E lllf,t of E)'ee and F UtJnR of Glaasea. don't get mo wrong, th' collldge alnt Social lnherltnnce . ,JE W E LR l ' We have ou r own lens grin din g plant and stock that tbe de1lr ed re s ults co uld hav e been obtained DIA M ON DS of uncut lenses. Broken lenaes d upli cate d an d r • no ladles eemlnary, Raco-The Survival or tho Meek. mor e e ffec tively b)' n persona.I Interview. placed In an h ou r CUT GLASS no student's asked tu be n saint, Industry-Money-power and ManOur 11ur11os o le well exprc11e d In the words of our We Make• Sp ecia lt y or Fin e Re pa.lrlng , Con1c lFOU NT A I N r ENE, nor yot no virgin mnr)". powe r . motto. '•No t for 118, but for nil." entlou1 ca r e. Sk ill ed wo rk man1 hlp . P'1lr cha r ge. but In th' library we shoul(I du, Educallon -Co nventlo11al or creammREL LA S and br oad expe ri ence h ave com bined t o bu lld up BE-NO CLUB. ~U:S 11 BAG'eum thlnkln' nn con th' gab, for u1 a large and we ll plea1ed cllen t e ll e tive. Falth-Affirmntlons of Youth . T HE ORGAN OF THE STUDENTS an In our dome store up a row Student ' Life endeavors to exp re11 th e sentiment co ld racks tu keep Oil tnb.

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First National

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- ~L~o=c_=•-N ~ ~~~~~~~~~= •-•~=•_= ·_·='_=_•= ·_'~ N ~•~,,~h~•~"~· = ·_'~~~~~~~~~~ (Contin u ed F r om Page Ono). 1 1 LELAND STANFORD UNlVERS IT V perm!Hablo exce pt for the Junior ~:d~eb:; ~:em;::::; e:: t:~dw~~= lfr=====================;i A branch of the Allled Fliers Club Prom. Complete rlnanclal report• chairman or the Junior Prom comle to be organlied at Palo Alto tor must be made Immediately following mlttee. Tho Prom Is scheduled fo r Le land Stanford men who served In each function. F'or all penons out- March 19. Meetings or the Junlora th the aerial dopnrtment ~f e army. side tho etudont bod)' social ru ne- are elntod for every Thursday, nrte r Ing tho year.

U~'lVERS IT V OP W AS H.INUTO~• To avoid endangering their health from ln1urflclent head co,·erlng the vocational students at the Wa1hlngton State Unlver11ty are no longer

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SlmJ)Jlclh· In crenm separator con1tq1ctlon nvolde wa1te and makes po811ble quick and easy handling or m llk. The De Laval Cream Separator Thou1Bnd1 of De Lava la are run every day.

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Moderr1 BarberShop CARL ISLE & GUDMUND SON Prop r leton West Center Street Logan 13

a Zu~;; l~lra~~ ; : : :.:::

superior to tho accepted t)'l)O or of Chautauqun lecturer. In combining 1 . :~~e:;n;:~~hat;~::;:::.1:~t:::;

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aHoclatlon. The Awgwan published ager s in ce the expenses of Nevada's strong and 1101\llve Ideas. by tho Nebraskan etudents ho.1 tho games havo lncren1cd . Tho 1oclal The now lecture courec

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Ames and Allem BARBER SHQ p

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11 remarkably simple. and clenned by children

Thll simplicity men ne long life and freedom from r epaln, a nd Is the o utcomo or over forty years o r un que1tlonc d leadorahlp In cream separato r Inve ntin g, deve loping and perrectlng.

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mocracy led him to connne his lion until January 1st when he will work to the lecture platform. Six leave ror New York . years ago, he bad a record or bav-

l~ut~o~ 1 :.~n;e~~~r s~!~~c;~.~r~o:~~d:;:te~:0 ~ hat. This co lleg e hae about four hundred students. Every count,· except one Is represented In thr

0::t:g :::~ln:11::::r: :~:;:;:t 1 ~: show all the available pictures of former students In various 1cllool and ca mpu1 activities.

ce11orle1 of costume and rood. Vive lee enfanll! Fres h men elected Ear l Denning debating manager, and adjou r ne d. The raising or the Rooseve lt memorlal subsc r iption was conducted

NEX T LYCEUM COMES through th~~g•. Leland Stanford Unlveratty to 0 1TO LOGAN, NOV. 24 l c:\PTA I N CAMP RELr ~ tabllsh a national Greek lotter fra___ l RESIGNS FUOM :\R~rY ternlty to be known ae Theta Al ph a (Contin u ed F r om Page One). Pill. Every clopartment of college terest he gave to his work. Hl1 sue(Continued Fro m Page One), [ ~:~11:~~~Iefxr:~:~n\tydr:,mt~lc;wn.

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DE LAVAL SIMPLICITY

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1. ~~!~e~:l~rg:rnl~:~o:~ to the J<aJ)pa Phi eororlty. A• thl1 18 OK l ,A HOi\lA A. {', to be a strlolly re ll glou1 organlr.aCOLO R ADO A. c·. To encourage the production of lion, gi r l• from other sororltlee w lll The Homo Economics glrle at the worth while plays the students of be ollglble for membership. Colorado Agricu ltural College now th e Oklahoma Agricultural College ---

ment. An e leven-room practice house has recently boon ope ned, which accomodatca gr oups of eight gir ls for perlode of eight week• each.

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Every part hu been developed to lt1 hig hest deg ree of simplicity coup l ed with efficiency and the De Laval h&1 earned tor Itself the name of being "tho world's standard 1oparato r .''

More De LAVALS in U!!le than of all other makes com•lned.

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Dr. nnd l\1rs . F. $. Harrie enter• talned at dinner Sunday In honor of Mr. and Mr■. A. E. Bowman of Laramie, Wy om ing . A cry1tal baa• ket or cut Uow era formed the cen• t('rplece Cove': w:re •laid for ten

Idaho,

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fo,or t::r;~owers apol\ our dreseea, And they litter the floor back or the rndlaton, And they cauae much Jealouay on the an old Aggie, part or leu lucky brethren, students as And am way n student cannot atrord rew hour11 at

greeted

$6.00 to $12.00

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CITY DRUG COMPANY PRESC'RIPTION DRUGGISTS A Full Line of Drup and Tollf't. ArtlclN ('O)IU'ORT KITS ANM'O e.\/111'JRMl AND 8UPPLIB8

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Let. us Sh ow lure, Rugs and

our <'.'0111 11lc10 Lin es of Stoves, Ran ges , FurnJ. Lh1oolc um , Th e)' PleM e bocamfC they are the Belt.

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LOGAN CLEANING 20 W . tat North.

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Prompt Service Ahsolutely Guaranteed Special Attention to Students

Leonard Hill

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!~:~ed .po!1~: 0 ~1 tl~::;~:h:~! b h b lk f lb ~•:te~;:lr.of ut~e ~heeet b: con~trlbuted at lea1t temporarily, by j an)· students who have the dealre and ability to do 1omethlng ultra• cleve r. The paper 11 ope n for co n• trlbutlons from the entire cahool. So far. the reaponec bna been unusually good. U thla contlnnuea, the enme method w ill be pursued thro ughout the year. Th e Incentive of having work publlahed 1118 paper of tb1 ■ aort, nmonK 'the beat work of the whole co llege ahou ld be aur . nclent to draw big reau lta. 1

Phone 258

North

HOW'S YOUR WATCH

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ong ln ee rlng 1 of T~e Magpie Quite compe te. o permnncn

Phone 171

CLEANING, PRESSING and REPAffiING. Most Up•to•Date Dry Cleaning Plant in City.

co ll ege co mic at th e A. a name. Al "Tho Mag• appear 011 the campus the Thanksgiv ing boll• thc.> organization

co.

& TAILORING

2nd d oo r woat o r Flnlt. NatJon.al Bank.

MAGPIE IS NAME FOR NEW COMIC MAGAZINE

Tho new c. now ba a pie'" It wlll Ju1t before do.ya.

ATTENT ION

SERVICE, QUALITY ANDI EFFICIENCY STUDENTS:

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of The Magpie ' 1 111 1 :~el~Bc~e~·e~yovr:: ::aete~~

c;llege1° publl1h ~ com ic abeet or th e high atandard tbat 11 dealred here . The nature or the thing allows ex• copllona l oppo rtunllle1 tor quality and claa■. The 1ucce11 or the venlure at the A. C. wi ll be watched with Int erest throughout the west.

BIG DAYLIGHT

FACTORY

On Center Street Students

Knitwear,

Mackinaws, Athletic Goods Made to

Measure. Your Registration Card entitles you to a 20 per cent D~unt.

UNION KNITTING MILLS GEO. W. SKIDMORE.

Mo.na ger.

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prei111nt la-whe ro 1-F. B. R obi n• 1011. The Rochester Democrat.

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write Tho rd ay, ~- a;

If ho la writin g a1 of tb e morrow. then today la yeaterday and the day after tomorrow la tom or row and YC9· t1rday la the day bofore yeaterday. Howe,-er. there 11 no difficulty In determlnlng the true atatua, for by projecting himself Into tomorrow a

IS G J\IBN AT

LUNDSTROM'S BY OUR CAREFUL

Caro l Goaallnd Preston, Idaho at the Sigma Mondny .

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Satisfaction In Furniture

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&lgma Theta Phi enterta ined at dinner Tueaday eve ning In comp II· j ment to Mies nomu Lnraon of Pre••

ca ll ed

last night be gave me a ring."' Loulae---"Oh. did he ?"

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~nderson.

The Delta Nu fraternity the pledging of Norven American Fork.

ton.

12 West Center Streel

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nuta, and popcorn. Each gueat was pres ont od with a point ed ca p or a whistle. Fifty co uple s wore pr esent. _The chape ron e& of tho party wore Mr and Mrs. G. W. Thatcher and Mr: and Mra. ~ob:rt

ICE CREAM AND LUNCHES.

The orches•

::;~on~oat:~t:d

otho,w l,o wo wo" ld not mon~lon th o

Experiment Statio ns at Chicago. crook. Mrs. Caine accompa ni ed Proteaaor Caine a nd they will ■ top otr at Fort Jo'rntcrnll) Collini Saturday to ace the football Sig Alph 8-Favorlte game between the Utah and Colo• eta. rad0 Aggie■. ___ Blanehc--"Whon BEF.T

gobllna.

arm might hnvo ;~~::~ate~e:tn~~;:~

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Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens

Bluebird

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~::k: 0:;.. mo,

M~~h~:

0 his place.

Jewelry Co.

Supplies

I

Hilt

Cardon

and

Soro1!1 aoro rll ) gnv" Its annual Hallowe'en party lost Frida) even• Hall DecoraUons 7 , .. Ing at Preston ~ere errectlvel)• carried out with a

i:1~; do~•:~; ~n~a::'! from ' , • • · ~ Dent coach: r am a fellow 7 re ot Mr. A. B. Orohom or the Stotea 3 Inches toll and we! h 119 Iba bare. Relation Service, Waahlngton, D. C.. C Id g , 1 1 00 t:ee ~:~:~.~: ~::or;~r~a~sr ou I> B)' your te:.i':~sEN. 11 11 Extenalon Division. Mr. Graham la Dear Proapect: The call for goal making a tour of the 1outhwe1tern posts haa iiot be en IS1ued yet. etatea ,·!siting exten1lon dlvlalon1 In You : e, • RO:tNEY, Coach. the different achool1. J R R enn Ie cece: " ave you thrown -·· Rub" over?" Dr · Frank K. Cameron. formerly R di La a a rson: "Y es; h e was sue h wltb the U. S. Bureau of Soll ■, and a poor ll!tt er writer 1 was aahamed f!OW with the American Smelting and, to ■how his love letten to th e glrla." Renning company at Salt Lake hna consented to addre11 the plant pro• d , b b 1 1 do duct Ion aemlnar In the near future on \ u: e to ncco, ecauae 11 ou the subject of "A Sclenllnc Baal•1 Tht ",· h d ., at t em t at oes u11e It, For Soll Management. Moat alwnya doea drink, --And down with King Alcohol. John T. Ca lno m left this morn• -Bateman. tng to attend the meeting■ of the

take

Logan's Only Exclusive Shoe Store

11

Iota

nrtr fellowa.

to

a

Best Quality Always

:~o~

o'l'lock

"

l D Goods. Womens' Apparel ~e~~ fY

,

1:~d:;

,.R,.._I ....D__E_A..,....-B,_I_CY=C=LE~

De Sanders Bicycle and Motor Co.

a!a~t

~ •

" 1 1 ~:~~~t~~:;\ 0 :::~ n~a~n •:::!r of thPlr ruaheee. The party wna 1 00 3 ~~l;l :~: ~ a .m:~e :t 7:rlbpl~~~~n~ cnrda. Luncheon was served abo ut 10

___ Blanche--"Or course. How e lse (Continued from pag e one) would l have known he waa at the men from the B. Y. College In the door?" • , , TRY OtTR OOFFBB AND ROLIB heet fields. The Ama lgamated Sugar BEST IN TOWN' th company In connection with the Lo. S. R. B. aaye e fa■ ler you go .._ _________ __. gan bu1lne11 men loaned the stu•1over a bridge th e aafer It 11· dents the proper clothing and paid • • • for their tran1portatlon to and Our Feminine Pror~,.or!'I For Health, PIN8- from work. Knlv ea, too, were furn• '"I got ou~. or that eltua tl on with dte and Convenience l1h ed. At the present time, h oweve r, I; lean 1ktrt1. - Mlsa Kyle In Elngl11h Iver Johnson and the sugar companf le not loo.ntng . clothing. According to 8 ltntement • ~Pierce Bieyclm made by them. the A. C. men, a■ rar TOl>A\-\\REN IT ISL Buley Davldaon u they are able to jud ge, are doing AND WHEN IT'S NOT , Motorcydee very ■atllfactory work. --Ttl'fl Suppll'-""'I The aludenta who have gone out A newspaperman on a morning

We Jl'lll lfall

the Soroala.ho~•e

Humor

wss well "Oldn't know Dunford, Oberbanaley. bcr alma; "Anawered thla from her Dorl\ Evans.

Hereafter tho library wlll be open 1 8 ~o: R:·bl~~n un"~:!i ~/· 10m~ha!~~

1;<>_••• aoolatlon

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ROLLB AND BREAD

~:

dent Lite be malled

Utah

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11

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Professor ~118011, Profe•• ~'::~lt~!~~~/1111 ('hnrlotte Ky le and aor Z. B. Wa llin, Henry Obcrhana• ley and Mra. Otte left Wednesda~· 011 Wh) 1 ~l · •• \. C'. Srvcral ml•mbera of the Delta Nu an extension trip which wl\l lncludr 1 '"Cause I didn't like the Uni- frntornlty with their partners gatb· Emery, Carbon and Son Juan coun• 1 · It... E \\' R bl 0 Med nt thf' fraternity houac last tics. H~~~G~; a-~;~ ,;ee/ ..~~. ~~u" Poul• SaturdR)' for 11.•nh;for,mal evening, ~lr11. R. D. Lingard, who known at A. C. as Rachel has shown her Interest In mater by writing a letter

Herman

our

THIS SEASON

white,

YOU'LL LIKE THATCHER CLOTHES

Sl~ma

Near

Satisfaction Guaranteed

l.adlN ' Dlnln1t ftoon111 and naaa Countt'r Sttvlce

old And so they curtail

mont Day or tho c lub ■.

Brown or Black

NOUTH

the student

11

Magolb)

I

ALL LASTS ALL WIDTHS

Ill

tbrm So '"~: ~~:e:b:1;::~t:e

friends at thl' A C Saturday He ' liberty and hie brother Carl l\lag e lb) will be To bur tho tlowera to glBdden the 1 back to attend echo~I du rin g the or 0 ~ ;n;~olce for tho Ball winter quarter Sl•lld me no nowera tor the Ball. 1 Dr. M. H. ~rned Mou d ay Scn/: t~o rlow era for the Ba ll. from a trip throug h Salt Lak e. Utah,\ F'or If \"OU do that thing, John , 1 1 0 ~:; :eae~idt:v::~~~ 1:; f:~t:~: : :~~:v:~ 11 cnun~t put them 011~"Soraba"

You

Logan,

I

and

with larg e vaaoa of white chryaan• tbenrnma, crysta l ba1kota of white roaee, nncl potted planta . Light r o• trl'ahm onts wore aorved. During tho II afternoon about two hundr ed fifty ~ people coiled.

Sall La.kl'. all· attended tho afternoon.

I\

colo ra. green

THATCHER CLOTHES

ho~: :

0

Margaret Finch or tor or Nanc)· Finch Periwig play Friday ___ Mr H R Morrill. better known to the

Rulon

Shoes For

:r::~tcdTh~

■ororlty

Mace "Walton, spent achoo! Tuesd~~-

Hwdaon

E::ttra:~::~:

of lbe decoration■ 1 1l1ter of Radla Lnrae11, visited And the chairman of the Invitations 1cboo l Tuesday, committee---And the chairman of the refresh• Th e member■ ot the Co llCKO mont committee-Council have bC'Nl nHIKned doftnlte ,\nd nil of tho other corumlttoea In chape l. Dccree that no flowera s hnll be Roma

SEE

Tho Sigma~ Phi sorority held open house las t Sunday from tour to aOYflO o'clock at their home

■eats

REGAL

s_o_c_ie_t_y __ __

I

FA.SOY

"'I don't like your h eart act ion,'" the doctor aald, applying tho Scheby Larsen atet hoacope again. "You have had l\lERC'BANT TAILORS aome trouble with angina pectorla." Repalrlna: and Dl'J' Cleaning . "You're partly right, doctor,'' ■ aid Hilt Evan ■ aheepl ■hly, "'only that 40 w. lllt N. Phone 026 l1n't her name." ,.____________ _,

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MURDOCK'S FOR THE BEST

Ice Creams, Sherbets, Candies. The Best Lunches in the City.

Dance and Banquet Hall

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dT UOllNT

L[P'll

MEMORIAL FUN□ COMMITTEE REPORTS -I

"T",estudent whoget.sjustas much1 fun in putting two dollars In the bank as In sp ending it is a/read9 a financier " -providing he pufs it in THE BANK.

FarmersandMerchants Savings Bank Losan,

I

Utah

Ro:::,:,;•~n'.:"'.,''.;,;,: SQUAD WALKS AWAY WITH CAPI TAL 0/'"': :::,"FROSH mlttoo ""' nppolotod whloh In-, BOXELDER HIGH SCHOOL GAME I eludes ProfcBBor P Potorson,

lil em ber

F ecle.-al R l'f4erv c Baok SURPL US , 11, 500

, 100,000 .

F.

chnlrmnn Professor Powo ll nnd Mies Moon from t he Fac u lty, nnd 1!1· n s low, easy ga me tho F ros h Adnl\one Barbor nnd Bramwolllwn lkod nwny from the Boxeldor high Peck from the student body. This schoo l team In Brig h am Friday by n commltlee has been hnrtl at work 20 to O score. During the first ten and has secured $100 from tho col- minutes of piny Scott's darlings loge which wlll go to help tho move- ployed football, sco ring two touchmcnt throughout tho Union to build downs In rapid order. But rather to Theodore Roose,•elt n fitting than overwhe lm the young ones memoria l In Washington. The from Peachtown with a largo score, 'Student body will contribute $50 and our boys decided among themse lves the faculty will contribute $50 to not to get too mussed up so took this fund. matters rather easy during the reAll America Is glad to honor one malnder of the game. of those few men who because or Edwards and Perry, ends on our character. service, lofty purposes, aggregation ,each . sqbred touchclean llvlng, courage, and patriotism downa In the first quarter. In this stands out as n mighty 11enk above period the Frosh made long end the level of his fellows. We can all runs for ,i:ood gains. In the third agree wllh Colone l House wbon In a quarter Stange r scored again, and recent letter to WIiliam B. Tl10mp- Erickson kicked goal twice out of son. 1ircsldent or the Roosevelt thrC'C attempts. l Memorial aBBoelntlon, ho says: Conroy, Dewey nnd Erickson " I consider It both n 1ir lvllego and slurred for our dlng llnga, while for a pleasure to be nasoe\atcd oven In Boxeldor the Watkins boys J>la)•ed a small wny with tho purposes of good ball. your organization. Theodore Roose- - --

Tho field was soft a nd t he actio n was !!lowed up to some extent by ofllcln ls who did not thorough l>• undorstand tho ru les of the gnml! Tho lineup: A. C. Frosh Boxeldor Hansen c G. Pett Parkinson lg fo,oxby Evans It Merrill Edwards IC Johnson Blood rg Wheatly Palmer rt Jeppson Perry Olsen Conray qb \Vatklns Stanger lhb L. Anderson Dewey rhb ... G. West Erickson fb P. Watkins Substitutions: Fr'osh-Gownns for Conroy, Williams for Stange r , Andrus for Dewey, Drown for E rickson. Doxelder-8. Wheat ly (or Watkins. Offlelals: Thorp<', referee: Eg-1 herl, umpire: Nie lso n , head llnesman. -------

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Loveland Quality Portraits We're proud or th emSo ar e our

custo mers

l 'OU' R E NEXT Su11dn)'I

by 1111po ln tme nt

LOVELAND STUDIO Ph one 351

G. W

reminded

Fr esh Flower s for E v e r y Occasion

I"Y"

Say it wit h Flowers

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DISCUSSION

I

___ The y discussion ,i:roups that were to start last \Vednesdny have been I 1iostponed one week on account of so many men being away harvesting j bects. Nine groups have already been l planned for this year aud some of 1the finest men In tho city have been as lenders of the groups. 1secured This Is one of the ways the Y. M. Th e Best in Ice C. A. has or supplying something that the men would not othorwlso get ' out of their school life. So every 1 Cream a nd Candies fellow should g<'t l'n and work: the "_:,:,::_-::_:,:_::_::_:,:_:_-::_:_:_-::_-::_:_:,:_::: more you work the better you'll llke It: and the harder you work the .----------greater success It will be. Select the group you wish to get In and then

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have your 1919 Buzzer Nega tives - Let us prin t you pictures fr om them YOURS FOR FINE PORTRAITS

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nd~~~e\::1:~01:~a~o~~ft

be!t, nnd

Pianos, Player Pianos G r af O n O] a S V iC t r O] a S 1.u\TES'.r RECORDS EAOll 1 \' ICl'OH ~~~ :~LfilUHA

Thatcher Music Co.

(Qun llt)' Denlers) 30 South Mnl n St. Lognn Utah ,-----------

ALL

are striving for th e Best. We claim to have t he best Plumbing Shop in th e Stat e.

A H. PALMER & SONS 186 N. Main St. Logan

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J. P. SMITH & SONS PRINTERS SOC I ETY PRI NTED FEDERAL

STAT IONE RY OR ENGRAVED

AVE.

SOUTH

SIDE

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W illiam Curr e ll

('l' ho Roxn ll Tra nsfer lllnn ) Ca lls Anawo red Promptly, Phone "Rexall Store" No. 1 or J Phone, Resldonco, 878 w. Prices Reasonab le. 1..ognn, Utah -

l~>:iscussed

are taken from the 1 ~1\:cdu~;o: e~~1~;;~; 1c:· ~t\._w:t f work<'rB rrom BC'h -ools from nil 1mrts or the United Stat('& Thor nro 1>roblems that years of ex11erleneo ha,•e

:r:~ 1 consequent

tl~:nac:r:~

IC'I The Beeis.

necc,s!ty

l'<'Jl;Nnbles, growing

little treatise

Just such

~;::~;:~.

the

for t~l:onclse

i~:~as To ~ake

taught the Y lenders, nrlsc f som~ 1 11 1 1 10 ~ :;/: a~0 ;; ~ 8\~ . c;: 1;~:ughl: 1ireclntlng the vnlue that tho eorreet solution or these 1,roblems mf'nna to every man, tho y M. c. A.

:~~\:.:s n~ot::::,~~~o:enth;::::°1~:: assistance of cn11nblo leaders. Following nrc the groups, meeting plnces. and lend ers: 1 11 o 1~~ ~~cd~::! )~~:r~ ;th Lender, Dr. West. Two--202 North First East L<'ntler, Professor Casto. Thr e(I-- Co\lege 11111 Lendor Dr. 1 1 R. ::u :~ \ ::ommer<1lal Club- •Lender Mr. PIiisbury. Xoon llnur Grouii Six Wednesdn)'B at 12:30." Room 179 . 111 1 30 no!:<';;;W<'clll<'Bdnys : '

~:~:':m~~e!o;·,~;1 s;:e°w~~ok:;~a.~:~11:: Othon1 looked worse limn that, and ate aromatics. The third and wild• est-ered ones were those who carried 1 1 11 ~~:~t ~:~~ ~n!:: ~s ;:lm~brls~;:: tags anti you get a premium 1. They WMe all fine boys. Snndpnper and n cont or liquid \"eneer la all they neNI now, to make them Just like the 1 0 :~1!:;/o};hc/:1~ t11~h;:t hill, waiting fnr a strn)' car to take them up, and the~· while nway the. hourft fussing with the bllffteNI on tholr palms. If nnythlng startling oc8 8 ~1~::·ts~ ~~t h;;~~ u:~u~~e:re l~s

0

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PHONE 30.

15 il AST FIRS T NORTH

Oldest and Largest Bank in Cache Valley Resources $2,00U,000.00 THATCHER BROTHERS BANKING COMPANY LOGAN,

. UTAH

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c:;

~6)~~:

Sugar

beets are

like

ordlnar>·

shorn

l~~:lnn;~

:::re;;,honn~II

n\~:kh~~elgl::~;

lfoclel

HANSON & CARAS

::;~:0 Sport N ates

things clear er and to ndtl the dignifying touch of an A, B, C, D classification, we ha,·e divided tho subject Into so,·en distinct depart1 1 1 ~;; t~he~: ~~:~. ( bbe'::~:: 0 (D) The System; '(E) The meal~ times: (1',) Tho converan.tlons, and (GI The good of tho darn thing. (A) The bO)'S. There wore nil

TORGESO N STUDIO ~:::.::::::.::::.::::::::

t!\~e ~~:!e~~idl~r::;

~AII.J

DR \ ' CL EANJ SG A.ND REPAIRING

Rnyfte ld Ciubureto ra, Willard Stonge Battert -, Boaob ~laj.,"Ti etocl , Good7ear, Oldflel 1l and Hiller nr..

AUTO SERVICE & SUPPLY CO. BPEOIAl/l'DII

VULCANIZING , BATl'ERY REPAIRING , IGNITION CARBURETION. 126 N MAIN

minutes

In tho lost quarter. '"~~a prob~~~ :otb

ordlnnr)' child of twe l\"e providing Scott'~ wo~k didn't lht')' are In good health. They arc JICC"tntons. usecl In the production of augur C I I A I whlcll ll~o,·:d!"B hcnt 1111denergy to l'~a~r:~ 0 lesgg es 1 1 1 1 :,'~:/:~r·<' ~1::tls~go!:t ~~~: ~r~:P ;::: · l'. of ,i!omlng 11 ~;~n~ .."/~~: .. of the Darn·~:::: . : . IColorndo Colle~e fl)) :h<' S)ste:n, Tho menColorado Mines lllltll 110\~ we ha,e been calling DellVl'r u.

!

~~~~~ado

6?.~d

I

~Id their

Books, Magazines and School Supplies, Fin e Stationery , etc.

1 I O O

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OLA.98 SHOE

RE P&IJ U NG SEE

T ROT MAN'S

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1 2 3

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fr,t t~ ~

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CACHE VALL EY FLORAL co·. _

UTAH FURNITURE COMPANY

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Rolfsen

:1:~ :~e t;~e91;: 0~0~:;: 11 : 8:,n~~:h:x::~ 1~ !:I:t::~;s g~:::~~ 1:0 8 ;:~t~~k~ho~ 11;:vo;~ ,o,ldenee Wed«o,da,-, nt7p,m onlooking nlmoOl llko people. Itwn,m"'h Urnt noo«o would bollevothem """"'"'"· · Sporting _ • their wny home thn.t tho change tlwr werf' told. On the first day the I wns noticeable. It was the nrst boys worked through Inches of snow. This one Is serious. Take In dead It It

It

CLUB stop In the evolutionary cycle from Th(ly 1(1ftse,·eral beets In the ground,cnrnest. because It Is mennt that ELECTS OFl;-I CERSl===== = ===== I that day- -about fi,•e In every ten. wa)'. The work of tho A. C. boys

Goods Co.

But that was only on tho first day. 1Jurlng th<' past we<'k hna gh·en the (C'} The Mealtimes. (Deleted by beet farmers nsslstanl"e whlC'h the)· 24 W. Isl North the Sorlety for thr Su11preSBl011of I tould not posslblr ha,·<' obtnln('d In ~,lu"nt Frr.dlngl. any other way. It has 11rnC"tknlly LOGAN , UTAH (Fl Tho Con,,eraatlons. Con,·ersn.. enn•d for th€'m nnd l1tnh part of tlons tnke 11lnce only during the· !his yenr's hl'et cro11. The llor1 P. 0. Bo• 195 Phone 87 ltmC"h hour. Thr>se dwr>ll principally I work(ld at the <'Xlll'IIBC'of comfort, on th" suhJ,,<·t of women. The glrle1of that sma ll l,)ut ,·<'rr a1111r<'ct11hlr nr<' (I\BC'USBecl al11hahcllen lly, tn order I ,1mount of lh<'lr rduC'ntlon embodied 1 88 11 :~1:h:n;:n::ntl:1<';~1::\:::r:~~e l~: :. ! !:er!~~~~ a:~~:r:1Ta~:. f: r mo:t:); 11 1nnta 10 mnkl' Is aoeln\ly ostracized. thl'm wNo too wea ried to KO anyHEADQUARTERS FOR n1:d r,•duC"rd from twe lve to nlnel' 11·horo nt nights except home and to lw lph1g11of 11ntatocs. The litt le gir ls hed. Thor put In n we1•k whleh wil l COLLEGE STUDENTS who wait on tilt' tab les gel so many be a real factor hi ma in ta Ing thf' hlntft nn hnw to 11lrnst• Uie men thnt reputation of the ti. A. C. ns a col\\' e St>IJ EYer)"thtn g for Sporte tlwy ar(' rulurd for \lfr, hecnusl' fol- l!"ge of r<'nl men-strong, r1•lt11ble Agen l• for Woocbtock TJpowrl..,. lows rrn ll r don't· mt'nn a,1r of It. Pnd wi lli ng to work nt nny Um<' or (Gl The Good of the Darn Thing 1anr place.

ATHLETIC GOODS

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T l'I !-~ ONL l! FLO WER AND l' l,ANT SHOI' I~ TO WS

=~ :;e:~~ ~\~~: ::~!~~·;.

_ nry organltatlon, In spite ot tho The Asora club met In the back protests. )'tlrd of the Soils laboratory and Arter tho local debnt<'B are o,·er transacted whnt may resoh·e Into It la expected that a team wlll be the year·s buslne11s. Present nt the : C'hosen from the Agora club to repgathering were Hulme Nebeker, resent the school In tho East or Morris Christensen, ('hase Kearl, Northwest. As none of tho club and RuSBell Croft. members were lucky enough to soil For n time the dluo\utlon of tho, OV<'r tho pond In the fracas with 8 1 ~~~::lz:,u:: 1::n~~e l~:;::~:~e e :t~I:~ ~1:.:•::~:Y,nt~::•u:e::~C:nd l~hera~~:s l:~ be reaehr>d In reJi:nrtl to the r,leC"tlon slll!ll river. Mr. Kear l Is very anxor n president. After n hf'ntetl de- lous to become sen sick nnd thinks bate, Meesrs. Neboko r, Croft nnd the 1iro11011odtrip will afford an ex• Kenrl withdrew from the mnln hall r(lll<'nt 01i11ortunlty for the rea llzn~ for n short caucus. The result or I.Ion or his desire. Aa a seco nd the young riot that <'IISU<'dwns n C"ho!C'etho club members wore In decision to rallrontl Mr Christenson rn,·or of Southe rn California or the Into the presidency or the lmngln-,Northwest.

If.Iii

11;';;;::a; 1:F :',:do; ,;"1;•= •·==••= n:o:::~

17 :lght • Thursdays nt 12:30, Room Nlne--Ad,•nneed Group. Thia groul) Is 1>rlnmrlly ror 1qiiier elnSBmen and will study iiresent day 80. 1 :tM~~ 01~~o;i_s ~~:'.~:~ ;:~:tl1.::d:~s1 1:11~ :1~0;::dlo~:~e~: 00~:~tstl~~/~~n~~;~ 1

AGORA

., am,

West ~ nter Street

:~1;m11~!}: -g:11!:;~: th~o~:~~~· r;~~, ~lontnna Aggie.a • 3 o ooo whlstllng "Jnzz Baby." A plow What shou ld prove ae gruelling and looal,nB lhe beeia from tho ground, sp<'ctaC"ulnr 11 contest 08 tho Rock)" n th 8 st th a t1 e mf'n do harpoon unt wi Mountain conference schedu le ho lds 1 0 1 11 : 1 e:~P~::: t:;!v:S~ ~l:~w:!1 bt:~~ j ~ :: ~~<'r:rgg~::t ( ~ ;\:r:~~ur~;;i 0 11 1 thirds and nil of the way to the Ulah meet. Both Ol(l\'ens nr<' undcNE w A...'\"D USED GOODS bottom. Whether thl'y do this stand• j feated anti both are highly rnted llll Bo ught , Sold an d Er:chaosed Ing, slttln,:-. or In a collapsed POB·, championship contenders. LOGA~9 West First Nort \iTAH lure In n rurrow. depends upon the Toda}" they stand lwen• -Tomor• 11 g: :ion~~!:,::n;n~:::,~ row??? • • • not to los<' ony of the mud fro111 Condi Scott has been working his Go To The th<' h<'ets. General allowance la Infants 0 ,,er Umo In preparation for STAR CLOTHING CO. made for th(' W<'lght or the mud, re- the big game with tho Anwrlean To Ru>· " 'n lkover Sh008, Men '• gnrdle~s or Sll<'<'lflccas('S. After do- Legion t<'nm at Ogdl'n today. They Sl} IC-J)l~~u~ !t~~in!•ta -d 1 1 11 0 11 ::~~e~\~;:u;l~.rkent~t m ~~1:~~~t:s::~~ ~1:: t:1::e~~I<' n~:,;tr;:!~ n ~1~: :v~: STAR CLOTHING CO. 1 1 t :1~~:!~1~h~;:r~'.rnt because emotion :1:;~~ :!:~er~ll~~n:/: 1:t!b:o:~~: 1~·~ ~~t:;;ll~:~tt ~,~~:~r~nv:g!:;~ t~:: : : :::::N:o :, .(Bl Tholr clothes. The costumes (l'Xtrnct from The "'011dor Bookthey could do In taking enro or l h(' _ wer(I all right the first day- -s11eak- "One ton equnls 2,000 11ounde) re- young ones, were It not t hat some of Ing com1mrnth•ely. of ~oursc. Logan suits In an nvernge earning of six them have plnnned to have their

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500 000 000

om• wbld

from

share.

1000 750

nta pme.

p!1J\Jl

Opposite Po 1tomee

come u11 to exW 1~ Tied Pet 4 0 0 1000 O O I O

LOGAN, UTAH

WILKINSON'S

Hart~

~!e s~;o~:d~:~

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The Best Place lo buy your

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Student Life, November 7, 1919, Vol. 18, No. 7  

Student Life, November 7, 1919, Vol. 18, No. 7