THE DIXIE OWI Only a Smell Victories for Dixies Dehators Dixie Has Again Carried off All The Honors in Debating In our high school debate, Chester Snow and Elmer Taylor, against Rulon Knell and William Roach, B. A. U.s men, succeedOnly a smile, tis a little thing, ed in winning the decision of all But a world of happiness it can bring. three judges. This is the sixth Twill brighten a sky thats heavy year that Dixie has won the high and gray, school debates from B. A. C. And help to lighten the cares of Murdock conceded the debate the day. to our boys so that our Dixie A smile dropped down on a crowd team will represent the southern way league in debating the Minimum Is a beam of sunshine on a rainy W age. ; The victories were gained not A day smile! A smile, but what troub- -' alone by the high school but our les cease, three college teams have been as For a smile will often bring you successful. Elson Morris and peace. Rex Snow won an unanimous decision from B. A. C. The love of a child is valued high, Donald hymn and David WoodIt brightens the days of by and by, bury, who represented us at the And many have won the love of a child University of Southern California and the University at Reno, NevBecause they opened their arms and smiled. ada, won an unanimous decision in California but because of some The face of a maiden is made unexplainable reason lost the demore fair bate at Reno. By the smile of sympathy lingerd Our other college team, ing there. Watson and Robert Miles, met and defeated both the B. Y. And a mothers smile to her baby small U. and the (J. of U., the judges in all. of both debates handing in three Makes her that babys all affirmative votes. 19. These eight students who so ably represent the Student Body LOGIC in debating are a fair sample of I used to think I knew I knew, the products of Old Dixie. But now I must confess The long hours spent in framing-rebuttalThe more I know, I know I know and delivering them to I know I know the less. the roclcs have brought forth the results desired, and it is with Kiss An indescribable somedeep appreciation and pride that the loyal Student Body gives nine thing that is of no value to anyloud and lusty rah! rah! rahs! for one, but is much prized by the Dixies dehators. right two. Only A Smile -- Jim 'tightwad, an industrious farmer, lived on the outskirts of a city in southern Utah. He was in the habit of delivering his produce at See Street Market. He was making preparations for one of his trips when he happened to think that it would be a nice out for his sweetheart, Maudie. After everything was in readiness, he drove around to call for Maudie. She made a hasty toilet by smoothing down her hair and putting on a new sunbonnet, then climbed into the springseat beside Jim, and they jogged off to market. Before See Street Market, Jim pulled his mules to a standstill, and at once began to deliver his pumpkins. Maudie still remained in the seat, taking in the sights in general. Not far from See Street Market wTas a small stand. Maudies mouth watered as she scented its delicious odor. She hated to be impertinent by asking Jim to buy some, so she thought she would give him a broad hint. When he returned for the next pumpkin she said somewhat timidly, My that corn smells good. I never thought of that, said Jim, Ill drive up closer. pop-cor- n La-Ver- s A RECIEPT FOR KISSES To one piece of dark piazza add a little moonlight. Take for Dress in granted two people. two strong ones a small soft hand. Sift lightly two ounces of attraction, one of romance; add a large measure of folly; stir in a floating ruffle and one or two whispers. Dissolve half a dozen glances in a well of silence; dust in a small quantity of hesitation, one ounce of resistance, two of yielding; place the kisses on a flushed cheek or on two lips; flavor with a slight scream and set aside to cool. This will succeed in any climate if directions are followed Ex. carefully.