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    • The Round-Up 1920

    • 1920
    • Katharine Harrison
    • To William Sims Allen, whose unfailing courtesy and genuine sportsmanship have endeared him to all, we, the Senior class, dedicate the Diamond Jubilee Round-Up.
    • The Round Up 1923

    • 1923
    • Enid Eastland
    • To Frank B. Bridges, Head Athletic Coach. A man beloved by all Baylor because he is a clean and enthusiastic sportsman, a consistent and unshirking worker, a sympathetic and inspiring pal to his men, and a genial friend to all; honored because of...
    • The Round-Up 1926

    • 1926
    • Lloyd Bouldin
    • To Dr. A.J. Armstrong, Ph.D., Litt. D. (Member Accademia Internationale di Lettre e Scienze) Head of the English Department. Because he is a Browning Scholar of world-wide fame, being "made up of an intensest life," and having devoted that life to...
    • The Land of Cotton Round-Up 1927

    • 1927
    • Mike Copass
    • To that unrivalled spirit of unselfishness manifested by our fathers in initiating the cause of Baylor, this Land of Cotton Round-Up is reverently dedicated to the end that the men of today may become fired with that same zeal and maintain our alma...
    • The Oldbook Round-Up of 1933

    • 1933
    • Elwyn Hatchett
    • To the new leader who has come among us - a man who is a personification of the dignity, the culture, and the ideals of Baylor, and a man who is an inspiration to all who know him - we dedicate this 1933 Round-Up in affection and high esteem to Pat...
    • The 1935 Round-Up

    • 1935
    • Gordon McDonald
    • The Round-Up of 1935 marks the ninetieth anniversary of Baylor's life. Many students have gone from its campus to conquer and achieve. From preparatory department to the presidency of Baylor lay a challenging prospect. From the place of prominence...
    • The Round-Up 1940

    • 1940
    • Bill Reddell
    • Mrs. H.L. Kokernot. To a truly great Christian woman, who measured up fully to her responsibilities as wife, mother, neighbor, citizen of the state and the Kingdom of God, and proved a faithful steward, along with her noble husband, of the large...
    • The 1942 Round-Up

    • 1942
    • Jem J. Englander
    • Because Baylor was his place of preparation as well as a source of inspiration, and because we look with pride upon his accomplishments as a public servant, we dedicate the 1942 Round-Up to Hon. Tom Connally, Senior U.S. Senator from Texas.
    • The 1944 Round-Up of Service

    • 1944
    • Margaret Jean Wood
    • To Baylor Serviceman, all worthy sons and daughters, who give their lives in service at home and abroad that the lamps of universal learning and brotherhood may burn forever brighter.
    • Centennial Round-Up (1845-1945)

    • 1945
    • James Leo Garrett, Jr.
    • The vision to see, the faith to believe, the courage to do -- which have formed the foundation of the University these one hundred years -- are our heritage from Baylor, Tryon, and Huckins. To them we dedicate this Centennial Round-Up. To the...
    • The 1947 Round-Up

    • 1947
    • Frances Taylor, Douglas F. Powers
    • On October 26, 1946, Baylor University witnessed the largest Homecoming of her history. The gym was packed for the pep rally, and thousands jammed the stadium for the game; organizations and classes had hearty reunions, and the campus was teeming...

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