1918 02 04 The Tan and Cardinal

Page 1

The Tan and Cardinal P

B LISH E D I N T H E IN TE R E

T OF OTTERBEIN COLLEGE

W EST E RVILLE, OH I O , F E B RUA R Y 4, 1918.

No. 16.

TIFFIN QUINTET D octor Scott Speaks a t Annual . !CHORAL CONCERT j Meeting of Campaign Captains IS VICTORIOUS I Brothe~hood D a y Se_r ~1ce. MERITS PRAISE I ~o ~ e ~ eld Here N -~x t W eek.

nder the a usp ice of t he l: nrt ed J ____ 1. An 111 p1rat1onal ~1eeting, or what Breth ren Br·ot her hood, Doctor George " . ,, _ . 111 college lang might be termed a B est A R ose Maiden by Frederic Cow.:!n 1s 1 ''pep" mee t·111g ,s . t o )e h e c co tt gave an addre s 011 PalesI 1 1 11ere Game on Local Floor for tine Sunday evening. J an. 27 in the Sung By Choral Society Unde r February 12 and )3 to fire all workSeveral Y ears. Un ited Bre thr en hurch. The lectu~e Professor Spessard. crs in the campaign to th e white heat was ba ed o n facts gathered on a tnp I ____ of enthu ia m for the opening of the GI R L S' GAME A FEAT UR E t hro ug h t he Ho ly Land a nu mber of SOLOISTS AR E W E LL CH OSEN big drive on th e even teen th of this years ago. Throwing in here ~nd ---month. Between seventy-five and a Musking um and Cedarville Teams there an am using incident. he gave a Excellen t Talent of Solo ists is Recog- hundred key mini ·tcrs and laymen Los~ to O tter bein Ladsbrief account of their tour. dwelling nized by S mall But Apprefrom all 0\'er the cooperating terriFox H igh Scorer. for some time on Jerusalem and the ciative Audience. tory will be present to give their own urrounding country. This ort of a ideas in regard to the campaign. On · aturday night the Otterbein ba · It aid that expectation j alketball f . - lecture not on ly posse e 111terest on . . Tue day evening a banquet will be ans w,tne sed one of the best f ti B'b l hi tory connect- way greater than real.zat,on: but the - _ d Tl d . _ account o 1e I e _ . f \\' gl\ en an 1ur ay '!171 11 1JC pent 111 played games eve1· held on the local d . h 1 1 d f Pa lcsti·, 1e but also exception to t 11e ru 1e wa ound eeld. . gy 111 1· . e w it t 1e an o . . rounc1-ta)11 c I cuss,on on method _ . · he local five met their o ld . t' ' th the events which ne day mght when the Choral oc,ety ''\\'h t ti ,. . . f ri va l H • 1 lb · 111 con nee 1011 w, I . . . I a 1ey say I t 11c tit 1e o the 1 1 k ere e erg one of the be t bas- h ti t k, 1 place in tha t ga\'e t 1e1r annua concert, s111g111g, 1 t' ti . b . etba ll teams in \he state The game av_c recen y a e, "The Ro e ~[aiden." The concert had / ' ew 1Ju 11 ~,. 111 .1at 15A emg_ sent to a 1arge ma , 111g 1r t. wa reg ion. ttract1ve po ters · 1 we I attend d and every-one wa A • featu•e of the se n ·ice been hig h ly advertised and e\·eryone a b • t t plea d . . s a spec1a 1 · . re e111g sen on to every c 1,urc 11 . 1 . I. en dered tl1ree bea utifu l an- was cxpect111g _somet , 1111g great but a11cl to many I1om<'s. l n t I1e Ie f t IiancI the Oc wn _ .h the work disp layed by t h c c h o ir h Th musical JJrogram was the program exceeded even the most co ·ner i 't (;: Fl . ttc1be111 team. t ems. Ott I • e / . . 1 s a 111 ec1 ,.tate • ag. 111 t 11e , center a cro. , and in the right hand oon er Jc 111 began the scoring a nd s upplemented by a duet sp lend id ly . sang u111c expectation . ccured a five oo 111 t lead . How- 1 . b ~.f' II Audrc>y N el 011 and I. I The cantata, one of Cowens most corner a 1 "O·t b ,· ,, Tl b .f . . ever ti H . · g iven Y - 1 5 ff d d 1 , , r ern . 1ese arc a 1e e,delberg five 50011 found u \\ d R L. Roose assisted in <'aut1 u 1 compos1t1ons, a or e a richly eml)o d the I . m. ar . . . f I . / e . and gained a lead wh rch t i1e ope11111 . g exercises for the exProfe o r 'W e111 . l d . . Ott111 be ve . , • reading as the mo t . delight f uh medmm . . an , w I10 1s 111 . t urc Ies so 11 the s-ory of Ruth .and press1on o t e varrec1 talent, bemg charge of ti 1c ·t ucIen l t 11 d o f t I1e amTh erfi e111 was unab le to overtake . · crrp ' of :;t half ended 20 to 10 111 favor Naomi. T he meeting was presided composed of solos, ducts anc.1 choru - I paign. i for-11ulati11g plan whereby ci elberg. The second half was over by Mr. C. E . \ 'Vaxbom, president es. he can get in touch with all Otterbein ~en h~rder fought than the first. of the Brothe r hood. and was in recAs a prelude to the co1'.cert 1Ir. Igraduate who a:-e now teaching in htterbe,n did her major scoring in ognition of the annual Brotherhood Earle \\'. H opk111 s, the new 111 tructor high ·chool ·. ho ping thu to get a line e la t h:ilf but Heidelberg kept her Day observed throughout the dcnomi- of violin, d_e lighttci the a_udience with 011 this y(ar's high school graduat , ad. The game ended 40 to 32 in t' . t h ree ·10 l111 solos . This was ).!r. fav na 1011. I Or of the visiting team. The game I _________ Hopk ins fir t appearance before a TH REE AR E I N ITIATE D I wa clean and hard-fought throughCHURCH DEDIC.AT E S FLAG \\'estcrvillc aud ien e and the rnthu i_ _ _ I a tic reception given him was but a S out.. Both teams displayed clever 1 m ith, H ay es and M y ~rs Perfo rm Pa Fl g Contai' ni ng Thi rty-n ine s light indication of the pica urc n1 -I tng and team work. \Vagoner S A _rv1ce a Q ueer Antics to Gain Adm1·ss1·on ace 0111e clever ba s kets from for. d t S d which his playing afford ed. Stars 1s Pres en te a un ay Th e wor k· o f t11<' so 101· t wa tile To Varsi~•, "0 ". Ward PO rt1011. . . Captain Brown playJ eel a fi ne game af guard. Fox led in Morning Service. 1· f t f ti · It "-\int I t ;," "H out tanc mg ea ure o 1c evening. 1e cu e . as t Int fe II ow ~Orin for ttcrbein and all but ne Thirty-nine Otterbein and \\'est er- i doubtful if four more talented art- lost his mind?" "\\'hat's he dres·ecl \II hi ba kct were made from the J ville boy arc rc1Jrcsented liy the tars ist s ever appcartd in a local produc- like that fo r?" '·Stt p out and let's C tntcr of t I1c fl oor. D ayger arld in the new ervice Flag \\hich was ti o n. · ?lfr . \ ' crda ~Lile Dailey. con- loo k you 0\Cr." Thest' were a few arcy starred for Heidelberg. p r e cnted at the morning ervice of tralto, a d ~Ii Ruth Brundage, o- of th e numt·rous r ·marks that were Otterbe· (JZ) ( 40) the United Brethren 'hurch ·uncl~y. , prano, arc well known to the \\'ester- I heard_ in the hall be fo;-~ chapel Friday \\'agon:; R. F.Heidelb ~~inger Jt is a gift of the hurch \\'ork o- \ille public and the prolonged ap- mornrng. The occasion for thee Meyers • cicty and the Brotherhood, and land plau e which followed t·ach of their I cl~n:or'.str~li~'.'. ,:vas the initiation of Fox L. I· . ~arcy in honor of the boy who were m m- number disproved another old the- ll(\\ \ arsrt) 0 111 n. llillcr · leets ber of the hurch or unday choo l or,•, that true geniu s is nen~r rccogThe littlt- fellow in tlw hall with his R G Sayger ' I · I Brown · · at the tim • ,\·ar was declared la t nizcd at home. Xo bette,· soprano >ng it red ti '. _-hort trou ·t· rs, tan L G ~lohr k' · · April. For thi occasion pecial ar- than ~fiss Brundage could have been stoc ·mg ·. sailor collar and a pretty (Continued on page two.) rangcments had been made with found for the part of "Rose Bio om." little cap wa · non· othlr than Carl :\,[ajor General ,lenn through the efhe posse ses a beautiful \'Oicc, well · mith. ". mithy" won hi . letkr in Broth ~r ho od t o Meet. forts of Reverend Burtner allowing trained and with hlr good mu ician- 1foot ball ~nrl was payi1,g the prict' of O The regular monthly meeting of the the men from amp 'herman to be (Continued on page two.) 1entran e mto the organization known httcrbein Brotherhood of the U. B. present at the ervicc. as the \ 'ar::.ity " ", by Wl'aring the ~ Urch will be held on Tuesday evenAfter a few remark about the Flag / Coach Leaves F or Army Ca mp. above mentiont'd co~tume all clay Friing at 7:30 in the College Chap I. A and what it tand for Reverend BurtOnly a few days ago the tud~nt day. gue t of the Brotherhood all ladie ner offered a bric~ dedicatory pr:iyer, 1 of __thc college Wl're very _muc_l~ urAt one o'clock a hrill "Ht'y!" at­ and children ha\·e been invitt·d. pleading not only 111 behalf of the men prr ed lo hear that Athletic D11 ector tracted the attention of the people to During the ocial part of the pro- wh ha\'e an wered t11c ·all but dedi- Gorton wa I ·aving. Although every- \ \ 'illiam . ' onfcctionary tore. Direct­ gra111 sc,cral promment entertainer · I eating •'the Jiye- of us who arc here at I one h_atc ~o .ee the coach leave yet ly in front of the doo~ were two more ha,· ' b ·en ccun·d. The object of home more fully to the cau e of all ~v1 h h11n _t'.ccc and good luck chaps queerly dres ed and hard at th ' 11ll:eting will be along th. "\\'ar r ight." The sermon wa in harmony in h1 new po 1t1011. . work. One a ragg ed and tattered he t" line and one of the a·nadian I with the pirit of the occa ion, ba cd I F. H. Gorton left h1 po ition at little fellow wa hining ho es while hero from the front will be the main I on the words of hri t, ''I am . Alpha the college to become a_ member of he whi tied, "Oh \Vhcrc Do \\' c 0 P~akcr. and Omega; the beginning and the "Cncle am' ·" Arm_y gettmg the ra_nk From Herc." The oth r, blacker than fhi meeting a ide from being en- 1end." of captain. The clut1e conn cted with the "proverbial" ace of padcs weartcrtaining wi ll be in tr uct ive a nd "In a time like thi there is nothing this new po ition arc comp lete charge ing blue trou er , green coat,' and a lllany interc ting fact concerning e ls to preach but Chri t. T he pa ra - of the p hy ical trai nin g in a camp yellow ti and hat wa b u il y engaged arl11y life in France can be learned. mo u nt is ue is not the maintenance of located at Jack onville F lorida. in bru hing up the J.o t hes of the cu _ E:v ryone is invited and the o ld o u r nationa l pride b ut th e freedom of To date no o ne ha been elected to tamers of th e boo tbla k. T he former Chape l hou ld be fi ll ed to O\'erflowing humanity and t he e ta bli h ment of succeed Go r ton but it i expected to mentioned wa E. R. Hayes and the 011 Tue day eveni ng. (Con t inued on page five.) be ome local a lumnu of the. co llege. (Con tinued o n pac-e five.) Tan and Cardinal Tea m Stage

I..

I

I

I

I

I

.

.

I

I

k

:e

I

I

.,

I

I


THE TAN A i D CARDINAL

Page Two

PREXY HAS A GOOD TRIP

'1

f or you \\,;ar Cl1es t . an op portunity . ,. to do your btt for their co mfort .

\ girls.

Although there was not much sco,·ing th e girls displayed some F h I pretty basketball work. The • res • . H Od Tells of Th e \ Var Che t id ea, as o ~tlin ed by V isits Omaha, Casper, San Francisco, m e n won fr o m the UJ) J>cr-cl assmen by Sergeant-MaJor gso ~ . ~Ir. Butterworth is to lay aside a sum Trench Life Relating His Expen- I of $3,000,000 from which fund for the Los Angeles, El Paso and I a score o f 4 to 2. ence in Going " Over the Top." , Red Cros Y. :.f. C. A. and o ther like O ther Points. Freshmen (4) Juniors (2) I . Threewits R. F. Warner In harmony with the plans of those cau ses w ill be taken. T h e Pan ts to \ De p1te the cold weather and fr e_ Rayot in charge of th e Franklin County \V ar g iv e one day's earning s o ut of eve ry quent h eavy nows President Cli p- Sebert L. I· · Hahn I Deitch Chest campaign towa rd wh ich o th er thirty-one eve ry mont I1 o f t I1 e year. \ pinger o n hi s r eturn from a tour of ,,. 1.11,elm · has been use d \)Ut twice · ·111 th e we t r epo rt s a sa ti sfac t o ry trip , Warso n R· G· commun ities are' loo king with g r eat T hi s plan inter the union serv ice unday this country but 1t ha met w it h grea t in every r espect. Enthusia m for the E. ~ ooper L. G. . R. ~~~!>et I campaig11 is running high and every F ield goals- Threewt~s I, eveni,~;• was given over to ca m pa ign succes 111 Ca nada. workers from Colum bu . er geant_________ , w h er e friend of Otterbein ar e boost- \V,lh elm I. Referee-Fox. Major H odgson, a Canadian officer CHORAL CONCERT I ing. Muskingum Game. who has ee n serv ice in th e t.renches MERITS PRAISE T h e first top made by th e Presi- , Th e Otterbein basketba ll team ca me and who was wounded in one of the dent was in Omaha, N eb ra ka where I back s tron g in their first home game big drive agains t th e Huns , , a t h~ (Continue4 fr 0 m page one.) an informal lun cheon wa giv en at by defeati ng 1-Iu kingum wi th th e chi f peaker of th e evening. :.Ir. \,\, · s hip and una ffected manner made h er , th e ommercia l Club. m o ng th ose I sco re. of 35 to 2(), on Jan. 23. The H. Butterworth of Columbu exp lain - wo rk most attra ctiv e. High C was pr ese nt were 1fr . Lillian R. Harford, I Tan and Card inal boys got a big lead d w hat the War Che t is and made 110 task for 1-li s Brundage and th er e 1lr. S. F . 1'Iorri on, R ev. P . K. Ben- in the first few minut es of play a nd an appeal for its up port. were full lowe r to nes too. Ind ee d she n ett , and Mrs. . A. Co llin s. In Cas- maintained it throughout th e game. Ge nera l remarks c,n. th_c lifo of a left not hing to b e d esired in h er ing- per, Wyoming Mr. and 1-lrs. Robert T h e boys play ed together lik e a veterso ldi er in Euro1>c and sto ri c of ing, and even surpri ed many local tal ey, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dutton I an team , despit e th e fact that our . . tr enc h life mad e up th e I>u lk o f tiie people with h er exce 11 ent smg111g. and :Mr. and Mrs. John Beal en ter-' , coach had left and they h a d I,a d no speech which h lei eve ry li stene r to :\Irs. Dailey had \es work than any tained in honor of Dr. Clippinger . coac hing before th e game. C\ev_er the high est pitch of inter es t. Th e of the o loists but what she had to 1-[ o t of th ese p eo ple ar e form er Ot- pa ing and good t eam work was di · camp life here, th e journ ey acros , the do was don e well and h er o lo was terbein students. At San Franci co played through the entire game. The tim e pent in training "over ther e", one of the mo t attractive numbers VI/ . W. F erri er and J. O . Todd w e l- first half ended 25 to JO in· Otte rand finally th e ex p er ie nce in th e on th e program. corned the pr es ident. \ bein' favor. trench were vividly portrayed. The In choosi ng th e other two o loist Lo Ange les tend e r ed the high es t In the second half Mu kingunl m.c n, leaving po sts in th e rear , march th e society certain ly made a happy honor of the trip in a big banquet came on th e floor determined to do in the ne ighborhood of twenty-fiv e choice in selecting 11r. Jam es Ti e rn en, at Christoph er's, about twenty-five I ome close guarding and Otter~e,n mil es a day over roads mad e of cob - tenor, and 1Ir. Floyd Crooks, bari- graduates and friends of the institu- wa h eld to five baskets in thi period. blc to n es, through mud knee-d eep, tone , both of Go lumbus . The audi- 1 ti on being pre ent. Mr. F. 1,f. Pot- But the opponents were unable to past d ese rted vi llages and farm ence was delighted with 1Ir. Tiernen' teng er, '92, is pre id ent of th e A so- overcome th e odd of the fir t half ho u e , many tim s in the rain , until 11100th expre s1ve voice. Hi lower ciation there and had charge of th e I and the game nd ed with the score at la t they reach th e front lin e voic e was excep tionally good for a me eting, \,\T. L. Richer, '96, acting as 35 to 26. trench. tenor, and his _upp er t one~ were c!ear toa tmast er. The program of toast All the boys played a good game, Th e men take th e trench in and full. He I an expe rienced mg- follow : Fox wa high corer, procuring 23 of platoon of sixty men at a time. It is er, a tenor of lyric quality, but Ye Older Day . C. B . Dick 0 11 '82 the total points. only , h en they reach the trench and posses ing much power as was hown \ Outs id , Look in g In. Alfred K. ~I ills The one displ ea ing feature of '.he arc actually under fire that th e men by hi s wo rk with the choru e in the The Otterbein p irit gam e wa th e la ck of support winch know what war m ·an to them. Rain , final number. Equally pleasing was F. A. Edward . '04 th e team receiv ed from the student rain, rain, ca u cd hy atmo phcric con- the warm, rich color of Mr. Crook' Otterbe in Coeds body. dition due to war operations; mud voice , which wa fl xiblc and of good France Barnett Hugh es '07 I O tterbein (35) Muskingum (2 6) knee-deep or mor : in some ca cs no rang e. His is a real bariton e voice Otterbein Present and Future ' Wagoner R. F. 1\ l orehead boots; the care th tilings th e o ldi cr and Mr. Crook u es it well. He Pre . W. G. lippinger Miller L. F. Boyd Th e n there i always th e clan- ing with much fini h. both in total Becau e th ey were unable to be Fox \Vil soll m ee t gcr of getting ''trench foot" if k 011 e production and in di tion. His upp er present telegram of greeting were I mith R . G. C1ela 11 d cannot frequently put 11 dry soc · h tone ar e good and never forced. H e ent to Mr-s. D. L. Rike of Redland Brown L. G. Pric;,. ·nder ordinary ondition the lengt a ingcr worth hearing: Mr . Benj._ R. Hanby of Alhambra'. Field goals-\Vagoner 4, :Mill er ,of a hift in the front line is ix day · 1\f r. rooks and 1l, Brun- and Mr. L111dby Ket ter of Lo An - I· ox \ I Price 3 \Vi Ison 4, Boyd I, Then come ix days of re t about one- dage are pupi l of Cecil Fanning, the ge le . Gre tings w e r e al .0 ent to :\l oreh;ad 4. ' half mile in th rear; followed by ix well-known baritone, an~ prov ed the faculty here in Vl/ e terville and to Free throws-Fox I, Boyd 2. Rer· mor day in th tr enches. At the them clvc worthy of their teacher. the Dayton A ociation which was to erce-:-<;an lers of ttcrbein. Timerend of th e c eighteen day th e boy Every one of the seventy-five mem- hav e held a banquet January 24. Hitt . get the fir t chance to take a bath h ers of th e choral ocicty mu t have Dr. lippinger ay that he aw • C edarville Game. ,n I and ha vc, to hangc c Iot h .mg. ancI hi full share of th e ere d'tt. Th e I addition. a numb er of alun,,1 1· a 1,d J · dcfcate d · f II . I n anuary 26 O ttcr 1>etn to send letters h me , having a en choru e _h?wed the r es ult f g~eat pro pec~1ve givers in Long Beach, Cedarville co l le ~ at basketball 011 the back about eight miles. On e thing i natural ability and long and patient :.lonrov ,a, Hot pring E l Pa O dI d . A gT as rough an I c arv1 11 e oor he game w , characteristic of all th e m en, t h cy are training. \Ve terville and the col Iege other po int . Everywh ere wa • d · M . vcrc the 100 cager for report and they ar c gi_ven may well be proud of such an organ- clenced a irit 0 f I I . evt - 1 a,_, . e. Fox a nd • ye, s '. tell . ~ oya t) and co-op- b,g point-gett ers. Fox making plenty of them f r it help to rcl,e,· e izati on. erat1011 which would do r edit to fi Id I ::,_ five The the nerv us ystem from th high tenProf. Grabill at the orga n and :.Li · football rally on the cami>u h a e oa : nd ' l ~yefr £.Otter· · f · I d ere. I game ended 3;, to ?9 111 avor o ion of trench duty. Agn e \ right at the piano urn1s ,e n Thur day or Frida)' ti1 • b . If . t . . pre 1- I em. "en \ an accompamm cnt that added greatly I dent will tart n an ea ter,i , .· · • ,O . d ·11e (29) ergeant Hodgson him c • I . . . . ,11p v1 1ttterbem (35) C e arv1 . I 1n g pomt m Penn. ylvan ia d 1 • \ \V Collt1tS "ove1· the t p" with so m e n,ne iun- to th e enJoym ent of the concert. ' f h y · an ew agoncr R F • ho The ucce o t c concert wa a ork. ome we k la ter h . "' · · ~ ollill dred of hi kl 1ow-co untrym n w 1'-· . "d f . ·t, I d' p f . . c expect Meyer I F II were u ccc ful in taking a n ge rom glowmg tn utc to t 1~ . ,rector, r~ . to v1 1t th e :-1 id di \\' c t again. Fox ~c--. · Connve th enemy. Th lo wa terrific, . pc arc\. To ht ab,hly and unt1r__________ · re well only tw enty -t hree officer and m e n effo rt mu t go a large hare of \ :sliller R. G. I(ennoll being lef t fr m. the t o tal nin e hunfor the ucce s attained. I TIFFIN QUINTET 'Bro wn L. G. _ I•ox 10, dred. It wa s in this charge that th e --------IS VICTORIOUS I Field goal - :.!eyers :,, , 3 JZ. I Brown • 2 r e w e ll 2 Cornwe ll ' I · ti , thigh c rgcant wa · woun d cc 111 , c · Ever )' Fre hman at \\'a hin ton (Continued fro,n p ' ' h W · I h t \ ao-e one) ·ol\in 4, \\'. Collin 4. Free t ro es· as a result of w I11 1 e n o w mu u ' and Jcffcr on ollegc mu t a lute · I t· • . "' · \\' C . l'eferec-Cr · · · II th ·1r a· a u > 1tul1on s- 1111th f 01. B Fox I 'cn1tchcs. E J)ec,a Y . n mg w when pa ing a enior, which au t re Field go \" . rown . , ' · 0 11 Ill 3 · · 1 I Highlander who a ,,agn cr 3 11 2 well. 1 story o f a -S co t c . and dignifi d pcr·onagc i rccogniz- F . 6 B ' eyer , . . . ox , rown 1 ayg e 8 D . I · I g -p ,p e even cont111ued to 1J 1ow 11 >a able by the small white ribbon that 1 DT • arcy 7, 1 ,ngcr 1· F r ec' throwsr Fo · b th of you with hi d y111g rea · prominently di played on the lap el of gc 8 R f x , ayPreacher-'·Can any one G s. "The c" aid the pcaker, "are. omc hi coat. ~ . e rec- anders. uggcst a good way to make th e o . rath er novel feature of the eve 11- I J) I known among th e h ea t I1e 1, ?" o f the l lll·,,gs the boy expe ri en ce. _ ________ ut • mg wa a preliminary game played wect , ·ou 11 g TJ1'111g- ·\\'hy not p 'fl1C)' are uffering, ye t th ey arc happy . . f The Join the Press Club! between th e Fre hm cl J . i fo r they are clomg it or you. an an unior a Bible in every Ford?"

CANADIAN OFFICE R SPEAKS

____

I

.

I

.'

I

.

I

I

I

I

I I

I_

I

I

I

I


THE TAN AND CARDINAL '17. Clarence Booth stopped in \/\T e~- , tervill e :Monday and Tuesday, on his , way to Philadelphia, where he has been appointed to a government posi­ tion on th e Sh ipping Board.

WALK-OVE .R

SH·OE S

Rev. \V. S . \ Vhite of Bowe r s 0 tow n , Ohio, was in vVesterville a few days this week.

'99.

I '98. hull who for seve ral Years ha been past~r of the United Br ethren chur ch at Howard City, i\!ichigan , has entered the army wo rk of th e Young J\[en's hri stian Association and is now lo cated in an army camp in Texas. '05 , da~ ~5. On the 6t h of January a little g 1 tcr came to g ladden the home of Rcv. Cha rl es v,,r_ H e ndrickson and wife (:.\Iyrtl c Scott) of Johnstown , Pa.

'11. \ a lt er Bailey. on of 1Ir. and Mrs. E. A. Bailey, West Main street, I an in tructor in th e Col_umbus ~rad ~s schoo l, is now engaged 111 tea~h111g 111 the trad es school in th e day time and hearing classes of Co lum b us ~e lects in th e eve nings. Men expectmg to e nt e r the service in the next draft are taking special training, which wi ll enab le th e m to make more rapid ad­ vancement aft e r t h ey a r c draft ed. 1

Look for the name \,Valk-over on yo ur shoes, it is you r Guarantee of Qtlality.

See Our Windows 39 N. High St.

The Walk-Over Shoe Co. Columbus, 0 . Mention T an a n d Cardinal.

"BILL" VA N CE LEADS Y. M. C. A.

' 16 -

Miss Katherine Cob lentz, who has bee n teach in g in the High School W ays of Boosting Otterbein Provides at Lilly hap el, Ohio, is hav ing an enInteresting Topic for Th ursday forced vacation, due to the fact that Night's Meeting. her sc hool is not supp li ed with coal. The q ues tion put to the fe'llows at 1 '00. Dr. John D . Mi ll e r formerly of Y. "tvI. C. A. Th ur day eve nin g,. by the Littl e Falls New York ~ ho was com- lead e r B ill Vance, was , ·' \ /\That 1s yo ur mi ssio ned 'Fir t Lie u.tenant in the attitud e toward Otterbein ?" Duri1'.g Med ica l Reserve o rps la t August hi discu sion h e compar~d Otte rbein ~nd ha s since then been stationed at with _lar_ge r sch?ols show111g that O_t- 1 F o rt Benjami n Harrison Indiana and terbe111 1s u peno r to many of t h em 111 I at Camp Grant Rockr°ord Illinois the work she accomplishes and in her . ailed for Franc~ January 19th. H~ social lif e. 15 ~nc of five doctor and forty-five The va lu e of th e social life is one­ as I tants in charge of the 35th Regi- half of the co ll ege ed uca ti on . It 111 ent of Enginee,·s. ce nt ers around the Literary Societies, j '04 th e Y. M. C. A. and th e unday R · T h e littl e son of Dr. and Mrs. c hool and Chri tian Endeavo r. obert vVilson (Josephine Mark ley) The leade r r efe rred to the great ~vho was born January 2-l th ha s been campa ign which is now o n and urged am d J osep h . th e fe ll ows to give it serio us thought 1 '94 · J o hn A. Shoemaker. of Pitts- and to do their bit for it among th e j burgh, Pa., has gone to Du lu th, Minn., peop le back h ome. " how th e people by word and deed that Otterbein i l on a hort bu in ess trip. '92 N the place to obtai n th e ri g ht kind of .· o la n R. Best of N e w Yor k d an education." Cit Y,d e itor of "T h e Continent," s1Jent t I ca d At the close of th e ta I k b y t1e un ay, January 27 in vV este rville as h f e r the me e ting was t rown ope n o_r gue t of hi s father and i t c r. '8 s ho rt Otterbein "pep" talks. As a cli6 eymour B. Kelly of Dayton , max to this e nthu iasm the fellows 10 , wa in \ I\Testervi ll e la t Wed- sang a co ll ege so ng and gave a couple Ile ~ay attending the fiftieth wed ding of rou ing ye ll s. The attendance was a11111ve · th e Ii r t B rsary of M r. and ;\fr . J ames better than it had been smce

I

Men, Here'_s Big Savings in I Hart, Schaffner & Marx and Fashion Park Clothes

I

I

I I

Oh·

Udd , which was c rlcbrated at their of th e schoo l year. ex t Th ur sday 1iom e on North ine trcet. eve ning, H . R. Brentlinger, a fell o w '96. s tud e nt who ha s b ee n in Y. M. • A. bu Ohl~rl R. Frankham of Co lum - work at Camp Sheridan will bring us ' 11 0, is bereft of his mother · w hose d a message. Co m e o ut and co ntmu e d eath occu rr ed last \,\' edncs- yo ur hearty upp o rt of y_ ~[. C. A. I ay at th e home of h e r daughter, :Mr s. -ucy F. Keiter in Col umbu . Funeral . I' erv1 ce a nd burial of Mr . The P a t riotic W ay. · ran kt, . • . . am w ill be at Dayton , ,r1:'in ,a, he r former h o m e. \ Vhen yo u hear th e kai e r roar •14 . ing, ·. Mi s Agnes Drury of Dayton, 011,0 And yo u sec th e Zcpps a-soar\V ' a,·1e cl from San Francisco on in g, 1e_ cla y, January 23 rd for the Buy a Thrift tamp. ti 'PP 1ne I la nd . S h wi ll t each in i e Young \\' omen's B ibl e ch oo l in \.Vhcn th e bochcs tart a-raid an Fe rn ando. in g, '1 5 · \Vith an allied line a-fading, Wh. _M,s Man ettc \ I\Til on of Toledo, B uy a Thrift tamp. I; 0 1 teaching in t he High c hoo l of 1and, O hi o, wa a week -e nd vi itv h en the ubmarin e i inking, 0 • r 111 We terville. nd the teuton lin e i sinking, 14 },[ . Buy a Thrift tamp. Co. • 1 Myrtle Metzger we nt to u 110 ct on, Ohio, la t , eek to en t e r Buy a Th rift tamp v'ry day Pon .a co ur e 111 · nur ,n · g at t I1c I·t y l--lo lt's th e patriotic way, 1 , P tal th ere. B uy a T hrift tamp. ~~- - F loyd J. Vance of Reynoldsburg, -Geo rge tumm. 110 Ch , Was in \ Veste rvill e for the oral oncert \V cdnesday eveni ng.

I

1,1i~t

I

I

°!

Our great Cut-price Sale bring yo u rne r ica' be t and m o t t y li h u it s and Over coat s a t lower pnce than inferior o-arrnent u ua li y co t . $25 and $2 7.50 Suits and Qvercoats, including Hart Schaffner & Marx and F a s h i o n Park Clothes ------------ ------- -- -----------·------·-·--

$24~

$1 .00 ~

For $30 and $35 Stylish Suits and Overcoats, including Hart Schaffner & Marx, Fashion Park

dfffl~• Otterbein Pin ---------------------------------·--------- - $ .50 1.00 Fountain Pen -------------- -----------------------------­ LSO Laundry Case --- -------------- --- -------- -------------Royal Typewriter ------------------------------------ 75.00

University· Bookstore /_--------=--- ---=~- •--=-.- .-:::;.. ;~::;....:-- .

The Man On The Job A. -A. RICH,

Insurance Agent

Patronize TAN & CARDINAL Advertisers.


Page Four

,--

T HE TA

D CA RDI NA L

I

THE OTTERBEIN

t eria l univers e and th e whol e re alm o f W e've B ee n Thinkin' . tho ught are unita r y who les and tha t That it loo ks mighty good t o s ee eac h part icle of matter or each bit o f t ho ug h t is in a nec essary r ela t ion P r ex y back. Published Weekly in th e in tere st O t o eve ry ot h e·r on e. I Otterbein by th e That some of us d id not have a lot OTT E R BE I N p ·sLI S HI N G I A ll of us th ere fo r e nee d to loo k to t o go on by th e a ppearance of our B OA RD , I o ur selves to se e w h eth e r w e r ea ll y "exam" grades. \ V. e ter vi ll e, O h io. , t hi nk or a r e mer e ma chi n e to m emThat " Brock" Bronson is as much M ember of t h e Ohio College Press ' orize bits o f know ledg e. At lea t we I sha ll do w ell to spend m o r e t im e in an acrobat as a bas k etball re fere~. A ssociation. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - rea l s tudi o us t h o ugh t. ln thi s way That we now have s ome one to I o nl y ca n w e bes t fi t o u rse lve t o cop blame for the cold w eather. The S t aff Editor-in -Chie f .... Lyle J. Michael, ' 19 ucce fully with t he kn otty prob lems wood chuck is guilty. A tan t Edito r sin li fe. I J. C. Sidda ll , '1 9 That we all need a little War Chest R. J. H a r me li nk, ' 19 of our own about the t im e t hat s emester bills are due. Thrift. Co ntribu ti n g E di to rs, So yes terda y wa s T hrift D ay! Di d That the team put up a mighty Grace A rm ent ro ut, 19 . . . 19 o w ·f1t, scrappy game against Sayger Satur, H e 1en B ovee, , . to 1u .kn o w that ; o1r. tf yo u di d ?knTl . ie y1tham ean to ayo u .a l event 1r1 t day night. Business Mgr. .... R . Lisle Roose , , 18 dDa co manyt e t o 11n b eg an nnu th A As t. B u s. 1I gr. •· K en n e mo Id • '20 nat ion w ide in o bserva nce. T hi s ye ar' Th. a t accord mg " to the new church th 2 A st. B us. },[ gr. •········· C. L. m i , ' 0 I pe rh ap we di d no t pay specia l a t ten - ~•e ~vice flag, a good representation has Circulation Mgr. .... H . E. Michae I, ' 19 I ti on to it, sinc e we hea r o mu ch Jomed the · color s f ram t h e Iocal Sun. I t Ass t. Cir. Mg r..... C. E. Mu II 111 a IJo ut T h n"ft S tam ps, W ar S avm . , · g day school.

THE " EF ILUO" CLUB.

TAN AND CARDINAL

-----------------:£

I.

" Zowie," said B il l as he rush ed up t o 1Iac, a n d s hove d a pap er be t ween M a c's eyes an d hi s book. " Pretty ni ce loo kin g , isn t' it?W h o'd ha ve th o ug h t such a t hin g pos sib le, fo r me t o mak e 94 in B ib le." " Y o u don't m ea n it, Bill," said Tom fr o m hi de k at t h e o ther side of the r oom, '" Y o u m u t h a ve had a m ighty goo d p o ny , o r di d a lo t o f cramming at th e last m in ut e. " '· o , d id n't do eith er boy s, juS! t ho ug ht I ' d s how yo u fell o ws 1 do kn o w so m ethin g." " H o w' d yo u m a k e o ut in Chemistr_y' T o m ?" " Oh I pas eel, as usual but no t hi ng

I

, t o cr o w a bo ut , o nl y mad e a C." " \Y o nd er how th e n e w Var ity ' 0 m en ar e fee lin g today. Bet th ey' re g lad it' o ve r."

'191

2nd Ass t. Cir. M g r." W o uldn't do ub t it, Bi ll, 1 sure I Ce rti fica tes, \iVar hes t an d th e num That some pairs of students would o th er fi na nc ial en te rpri ses appreciate the us e of a wider snow had m y har e o f fun la t night. Poor M an on N ich o ls, '2 1 ' e ro u Loca l E dit o r ............ He len K ell er, '20 growi ng o ut o f th e wa r -gi vin g. B u t plow on Westerville sidewalks. o ld mith y ce rta in ly go t hi s fi ll." H II F l 0 r nee Loa r ' 19 we may' do we ll to em pha s ize t h e " H e mak es a g ood ' Littl e Boy', anyw Cochran a ........ e • · f T l ·r - - -- - - - - Wh I I h g ht up G . ,97 1 p rac t ice o 1r1 t. ay. o t ,e c e uce t o u Fo r so rn e r eas o n o r o th er T hri ft is Press Club Again. A lumna! ···················· P r of. mtn er, t h o e s t u nts? T hey ce rta in ly we re 18 Exchange .................... Ruth Co nl ey, ' 1 n o t a univ er a l Am e ri can chara ct er As th e r ea der wil l no t e e lse wh er e in u it cd to t h e m en . Haye s as a 'Boo t· 18 Athl etic ........................ E . L. D oty, ' is ti c. If it were, th en no T hrift a gita - thi pa pe r. t h e ubj ect befo r th e y _ b la ck', Mye rs as a ' igger' and rni th _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _t_o_ T- li-e t io n wo ul d be n ecessary. T h e a ve r - ~L C. A. had a dir ect bea rin g o n th e a s a 'Littl e Boy' an d th ey ea ch played Add ress all co m m unica t io n · £ Ed · th · Ctr ucatt Ot te rb ein Tan and Ca rd ina l, 20 ,v. . ag_c A m eri can 11ves, o r th e pr ese nt. a m paig n and many • o na l ••n part , to p erfec ti o n." · ,as ! H 1s1 tho ug, ..h ts Aarcle '\,\ ha t ha ll I ca t prac t1 caf 1 sugge ti o n s wer e made. On e s ·11 o n t kn ow w h ose <loin's it "ood i\fain t. , \ Vestcrv ill e, Ohio. nf IIt 11e co 1leg bowed som e g f f e I st bl . o· 11elp_ din g wa no t g iven m u ch . td , 1Jut I th ey ub cri pt ion Price, $ 1.50 Pe r Y ca r, 1 a• nc we ar. · ud e nt way I I too o ten a o o we r o t 11 s rul e. ~ u 1c1t y a n th at was th e P r e s C lub . , Ju ..g m e nt _admit." . •r _ _ _ _...;:p_a...;:y_a_b_l_e_ in_ a_d_v_a_n_c_e_._ _ _ _ · H e ta k es life a s it co m e . " u ffic ient T he talk by D r. B is ho p, co ntri b uting o m e o n , b oy get a littl e qu ictc ' Enter ed as second cla ss ma t te r cp- j unt o th e day is th e e vil th e r eof," is hi ed ito r o n th e taff o f th e m erican l've g ot to g et m ore s t udying done te mb e r 25, 19 17, a t th e pos t office at cr eed . '"W hy wo rry ab o ut w hat ma y Tss ue, wa ex ce ll ent but th e ·attend- t hi s se m es t er, than la t," thi froJll \V estervill e, O ., und er ac t o f March 3, happ en to m o rrow ? lf 1 can g e t by a nee wa s poo r. T h e cl ub wi ll m ee t D oc. wh o is ce le bra t ed fo r his studio us 1879. today t h en t her e i n o n ee d to fr et again Wed nesday e ettitt g at seven- habit , and ge n er a ll y mak e a big f_uss a bo ut th e futur e." t hirty in th e P ub lic S peaking o n ce a yea r ab o ut tudyi ng, t hat t,nie r 0 ofm . IJe tng . . n Think! ! ! T hi. s ma y b e exagge rat ed, but it is o f ar no thing else ha s b ee n et dir ec tl y a fter examinat to 3 t" t l e t · h I ea t t P · ·1 th A . o r I I · client Fro m so m e so ur ce o r o th er th er e a . r ep r se tt rtman Y, a eve ni ng to co n 1ct so that a g o od w en 1e 1as r ece iv ed ht cxc ive. I,a com e t o o ur ea rs t i1e r e t,,a rk s th at 1I T hrif t app li ed to m• o n eta ry ma tte rs att endan ce m ay be expec te d • Th er e grad es." , • •11 ,, ,' t h e o n Iy t h m . g t h a t 1s • w r ong w it h / an d th e me r e m enti on of th e wo rd ar e t ill man y in choo l w ho 0 tt g l,t t o ·'Go t t wo cra nk h er e no w, Bt , • ti said '.vch co II eg c st u cl en t.s 1s . ,a t th ey do n' t b rin g. to. mind . ta cks o f s m a ll change. beco m e m emb e rs. . To m w ith a laugh . '"Ho w arewit t I1111 . . ll , to th e . k,. \i"·v e won d er 1·f ti, cl, a rge is B ut 1t I a pp 11ca. 1J1e .a we g o m g to manage t o g e t a o ng 1 ju l a n d have th er efo r e g iv n th m at- co_ll cgc stu de n t Ill ht datl y pr eparThe Good Old W inter Time. them. o ne was hard eno ugh ." t h It I a t1o n f le o n . A n ext ra half ho u r ''D o n't mind D oc he'll oo n gc lo ve th e g oo d o ld w inter tim e . t er om e t o ug 1 . , " The av e rage s tu de nt si ts dow n a nd j spe n t o n_ eac h lesso n w? ul d wo rk ' ove r it and be bac k t o no rma l agai n. I love t o sh ove l no w with gr eat effo rt s ucceeds in foc using wa nd r Ill th e grad e r ece iv ed a t t_he And fu s aro und th e furn ace fi r e ''That wa s a r eal gam e o f baske ~b~~I you fell ow s p lay ed Sat ur day 111 g ' hi att enti o n o n a subj ect ju st lo ng , e nd o f th e co ur se, and \~o ul d surpn e T o try t o mak e it g o. th e tud ent se lf at hi s kn ·t Tom .,t . t cno ugb I, t o m a kc s ur e that h e can r e- A . him "I , to ugh, lu ck you got beat." I . o w led ge · Th e biting w 1·11ds th ey J·t, t 1 1 tim e a nd " g e t , . n occa.. io na , o ur ove r -t1111e pe nt t w as n t to tt g h l11 ck • as see ' k1 T h ey cann o t b lo , w t oo co ld u, m e, m e m er "t I un 1·1 t c la ,, by" th e in s tru cto r. . o m e tim c he m th e la b wo uld P_rod uce res ult \ Vh en I co nfro nt m y coal b " . I wa s th eir lo ng ho ts, th ey didn't ma c Ill ·, J·udges 1,,· abiliti e in th e wa y o f gr ea_tc r t ha n t he co_ t 111 ex t r_a effo rt. A 111 h f tn , I anything by h o rt sh o ts but that ay· )) luffi . e thope u l dquit e, and bo ld . lik ng and find s h im e lf u nab le t o ·A. littl e les lee p 111 c la w tll ur ely g e r eve n ha s F ox beat for lo ng s hots. b I I nappy g ht ay anything in te llige nt ab o ut th e ctt er t , e m o ra le o f t'.1 e class. T h~ e \ h n ethgeoowatoerd pipe crani ck. W o nder ho w Tuck er' lip's fee ling t o· da y, h e got an ug ly cut th er e." le o n. t any rate th e r eading o f I and a hos t o f o ther thmg ma y be 111 lo ve t o call th e p lumb er in T h e m o rnin g t o my sh k " Oh he say it i nt' hurt much ." th e le son is very sup erfi cial. In at - e lud ed 111 th e defi niti o n o f T hrift fo r tac king hi s wo rk fr o m s uch an a ng le t_he s tud e nt. T_ he ex er cise o f T hrift [ d f ac . '·Loo ked g o,od t o ee t he fc lloWS o no t ear the tu de n t ha s in v iew o nl y· th e o b- ll1 t I,e u e O f tim e an d ene rgy i j us t But , th e . plumbe r' IJt·11 , ba ck from ami> h ' rman . Did yo u . t . pay ood j ectiv e r eward , a pa ing grad e and in a ~m po r an~ a s ,n r egard to m o n ey r m ee t h im cm at thweith fr ognt do gra ce. .'1 notice R eam couldn't stand it, he Iia d th e end a d gr ee fr o m th e coll eg e, _a vrng and t perhaps m o r e prac ti cto g e t out on t h e floo r an d tak e a A mil e upo n my fa ce. o r w ,t , fa il ing en t irely to tak e into a cco un t abl e to t h c tudc n t. Be t hri fty in a d I co up le o f s hot ." ea r Yfalllo ve · e r o f thi lipy and the ubjecti vc va lue o f cl o e a p p lica- I>roa d se n c fo r t I, e r emaind And up oton m ear lid e " Bet t hat's th o nly chance t hey ' vc th tion . H er ein li e th e t ru e r ward of year autl ee w he er it pay s. \ J 1 had to thro \v a ba s ketball th is year, i en wa lk dow n t o wn eve ry t That' 5 . m o rn th e o nly things they g et to t h row 3 a ll tudy, th e harp ening of th e inte ld bright and cl ear. · · f h ·11 t t W d en P at1 camp ar e hand gr e rlad e ." lcct and th e tra1n111g o t e wt o ac ante . [ lov e t o I I . , ear up o n the no w Want ed- tud ent s intere ted eno ugh Th e heav y wagon Qu ak. '' W ell they certainly go t cno ug t in a cco rdance with th e right and th e good . 111 a g oo d co ll eg e pape r to co ntribut e lov e to wrap my head war talk un day at churc h the s_er· o ntra t, if yo u will. th e exce ptio n- , ite m s o f iptere t and n ews to th eir 1 will no t fr ee ze my be:k. 111 0 11 in th e morning at th e dedicattotl lov e th d . al stude nt wh o no t o nly r ead th e le - pap er to mak e it a g o od i ue D o o f th e ervi cc F lag and in the ev~n. . r ea d b e twee tt t I1 no t end o w th e editor with o. n · Id er · e, on but tud ic it, Of it I e g oo o• ld w1nt e r t tm ing th e ta lk IJy th e Canadia n 1 1 th . 11 1nev er tir e • in b ehalf li ne and c the r elation o f e par- pre cnc e. It can't be ''did." But till I th in k ' th e War h e t. th tic ul a r subj ec t t o th er k ind of _ _ _ _ __ _ __ y ' at I can hear " Did n' t I a k y o u fell ows to keCP I cl H t W e no 1·1cccI a h ea d - 1·1n e 111 · t he Oh io I ou oftl y wh . Ier"' g runt· know e g e. e 11 0 on IY Iearn o r h i pe r·· " Lia r." r co ul d tudy a lttt "B t qu iet m em o riz e th e th o ug h ts o f th ~ text State J oui- na l like t h i : !eve land er c en ec tady nion tar. ed Ma cO a he laid up hi boo k. u but h e th o ughtfu ll y mak e th e m hi wi ll g et food by card s. My, but th er e How ab o ut th e ethi f h. in cc y o u won ' t kee p qui et w hat do own o r m o di fi e th em to h i own c·o n - mu t be a lo t of gamb ling going o n - Th e man wh o bets c. 0 t I on e-? y ou ay to a littl e gam e ?" viction . H e ees that the who le ma- up th er e. I but the on e ts a gamb le r 1

I

!

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I[

°

I

I

I

wh o do es n' t is no bette r'.

.

?

Are You boo ting the campaign .


THE TAN A

Page Five

CARDINAL

Dr. Bishop Addresses Club. CALENDAR. Pres Club -met 'vV dne da y eve ning Monday, Feb. 4. in spite of other co nfli ctin g eve nts. 6.30 p. m . -Joint Pra ticc of Both Dr. Bishop, who i o n of th e co n ­ lee lub , Lambert Hall. tributing editor on th e staff of the 7:30 p. 111.-Co ll egc Orche tra PracAmerican Is ue, spo k e to th e tu b, tice , Lambert Hal l. ubstituting for R . \ , . mith , who Tuesda y, Feb. 5. wa not able to be pr ese nt. He e m ­ 6:15 p. 111.-Y. \ . . ., ociation phasized the importa n c of th e e di ­ Bu ildin g. torial chair and th e grow ing weight of 7:30 p. m.-Lccture und er Ausp ice the opinion of leadi n g edit ors. "The of Brotherhood in o ll ege hap e l. church has it s function in directing Wednesday, Feb. 6. public opinion but it fails to r eac h the 6:00 p. m.-A thl etic Board, Asso­ great ma se . The pre s, o n the other c iation Building. 20S<e,r/J ~rJ5~ J,,6,-_j~ hand, reache into every h ome. The 6:30 p. 111 . - hoir Practice. newspaper i th e working man 's Bib le 7:00 p. m.-Prc s lu b, Prof. Fritz's C. W . STOUGHTON, M. D. for he reads it daily. Many men hav e room. acquired th e habit of turnin g to th e Thursday, Feb. 7. 29 W. Co ll ege Ave. editorial page of th e daily even b e­ 6:00 p. m .-Y. ~[. . A., A sociation \ Ve terville, 0. fore reading th e h ead lin es. What L G 'STC 'v INELAND Bui lding. they read th ere has mu ch to do with Bell P hon e 190 itz. Phone 110 Professor of h e mi try 6 :1 0 p. m .-Cleior het ean Literary the moulding of th eir opinions." The ____ Society. young m,n or woman , a ccord in g to Profc sor L. . 'vVein land is one of 6:10 p. m.-Philalethcan Literary Dr. Bishop, who is -abo ut to enter up­ B. C. YOUMANS, Barber tterbein' most energe ti c faculty I Society. on his life's career wi ll d o w e ll to con- m e mber s . Being an a lumnu s of t h e 37 N . State St. Friday, Feb. 8. sider the newspaper world . Shoe Shine in Connection. co ll ege h e ha s eve ry int e re s t for h e r 6: 15 p. m .-P hil ophronean Literary duties aside ociety. w !fare at heart. Hi Shop closed at 8 o'clock except CHURCH DEDICATES FLAG from instru c ting tud e nts in chem6:30 p. m.-P hilomathean Lite rary 1 Saturday. (Contin•ied from page one.) istry arc num e ro us. He is chairma n Soc iety. the principl e of hri stianity in th e of t h e Stude nt vVelfar ouncil, chair 8:00 p. 111.-B a k e tball game: Otpnctical world." Wa r wa chara c- man of th e fa c ulty comm ittee work- te rb ein vs. edarville. Gymnasium. W . M. GANTZ, D. D. S. Saturday, Feb. 9. terized a "a fea t of cultures · and a in g on t h e big endowm e nt campaign DENTIST waste of life" hut was s h ow n to b e and s up er inten d e nt of th e S unday Sunday, Feb. 10. expedient under so m circum stances. c hool. However with a ll these 9:00 a. m.-Sunday sc hoo l. 15 West Co ll ege Ave. Christ i the tru e so lution of the nerve ra cking ta s k he is a good fe l9 :45 a. 111.-Choir Practice, Lambert Be ll Phone 9 Citz. Phone 167 moral, social , eco nomi c, po liti ca l, and low and liked by all th e student . Ha ll. international probl e m s of th day. - - - - - - - - -10 :15 a. m.- Morning service. Above all other things the war NEW BOOKS IN 7 :00 a . m. - nion Meet in g of C. E . challenges us to be great, not on ly COLLEGE LIBRARY ociet ie s. Prints guaranteed from properly e,t­ great soldiers but good m e n. "W hat posed negatives. we want for ourselves and for ur T h e following is a co n t inu at ion of B. W. WELLS , M erchant Tailor soldiers is to be gr at hri s tian s. We I th e li st published in th e issue f J a nu ­ Fine line of spring samples. mu t stand th e te st of C hri s tianity. ary 14. 145 W. Home St. What a man will do in a cris is de teiner- Jmmigrant Tide. Cleaning and Pressing done on pends on what h did yes t erda y and alceby-Par enthood and Race Culshort notice. what he intend to do tomorrow. t ur c. The problem of thi s war arc th e reaumann-Cent ral Eu rope. Cor. Main and State St. s. fore individual problems and we must Ro lt- \ h ee ler-Boy with th e G. W . HENDERS ON, M. D. face them individually. In th e futur e Forcstc1· . Office Resid enc e the que tion i going to be, ''W h at did Rolt -Wh ee lcr-Boy wit h th e . S. tate and Pl um 99 S. State you do wh en men were dying for the Mail. Formerly The White Front. 10 to 11 A. M. 1 to 4 P. M. right?" an Dyke-F ight in g for Peace. Sundays and Evenings by 'vVillsi e-Be n efi ts Forgot. Soldiers pre ut at t l{c erv icc were Give U s a Trial. Appointment. crgcants G. Ream, F . L. All n-Table Se r v ice. weckheim cr, " hu ck" Ca mpbell , Farmer- New Book of ookcry. Our Specialty c rporal . W. Hi ll- alads, Sandwiche and Chaf''Whitey" Kurtz, To treat everybody right. Elliott, A. \V . Neally. . F . Bron on , ing-d i h Dainties. Gerard- My Four Years in Ger- 1 Clark \V eav r and Private Franci s Rcco b. many. Hill-l; p-to-Datc \ Vaitr ss. Kane- 1001 Places to e ll ManuTHREE ARE INITIATED cripts. (Continued from page one.) ang. Puffer-Boy and Hi Choice l \It Flowers and Corsage Lowe ll - Dome of Many-co lored '.'da rki e" wa Herb 1Icyers, both Bouquets. e ll la ss. 111g won footba ll I tters last Lowcll- 1Icn, W men and host . T hree o'clock finds b us in es Lowe ll-S wo1·d B ia !cs and Poppy the boy. clo c up shop and d isappear. eccl . aturday th ey wer e busy, but it was S. State St. Citizen 345 ~[asters- poon Riv r Antho logy. not so noticeab le. They were hard :Moor -Broo k Kcrith. at the ta k of whittling o ut paddle . Davi -E ngli h E ayist . After the ba ketball gam th ese th1·e pecial values in fine tationcry Locher-Dictionary of th e Organ. men fini hed their initiation in the in whit e and co lors, Delicious Box Ca nd y. The be t in Toilet Duggan-Hi to ry of Education. basement of the "gym" and arc now Goo d and kin ream . Try astlc-Gcnetic and Eugenics. full fledged members of the ar ity 1 ya! Face Cream and ap and Kroeger Guide to R ference "0" a . ociation. Thelma Perfume. a 111 e r a Books. Films. Paper and h emica l , th~ best in th eir line at Baker-Dictionary of Musical Gymnasium cb cs for \ cs t c rville T rm . . busine s m n arc ~gain being off r ed G. H. MAYHUGH , M . D . Bleyer-Type of 1 cws \Vriting. I at th college. Gam es of volley ball Bailey- lavs of the \ Var Zone. I East College Ave. furni h the amusem ent. las es arc Buchan-Battle of the omme. The Nyal Quality Store. held Thur clay afternoons at 4 o'clock. Phones-Citizen 26 Bell 84 Toynbee-German Terror in Belium. Join the Press Club!

'1\.RROW

I

formfit

COLLAR

I

Films Developed Free Fenton Stearns

SEELEY RESTAURANT

DR. W . H. GLENNON Dentist

:=.=====================J

H. A. DENMAN

8-

Quality Best---Prices Right

CALL AT

Days' Bakery

I

DR. KEEFER'S


TH E TA N AN D ~ C ~ A~R~D~l~N~ A~L~ = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = - = = =

Page Six LOCALS

\

COC H RAN HA LL

That There Word. A Fren ch word now L eo vVright o f Cana l vVin ch es ter A gn es was fortuna te in having h er Is what we call th e rage. spe nt \\ edn e da y n ight with "Cornie" \ mo th er a n d b ro th er visit h er W edn es - Th e n ew-coined wo rd M o o re. day eve ning. Is known a s "camou flag e."

R efer t o " camo ufl a g e." Cho ru s •po n t he p r int ed pa ge I t lo ok s like cam o u flag e But y ou h ea r it in a mi llio n differ ent

Corp . A l E lliott o f Ca m p Sh er man \ II. e welco m e E li za b eth McCab e o f VJhen e'e r w e wis h has b ee n in vVeste r vi lle a co up le of G ree n ville wh d ret urn ed fo r th e sec- A cqua in tan ces t o dodg e tim es in th e las t tw o wee k s. o n d em es t er. W e th en emp loy

ways. ,, N ow th e wo rd for " artful dodg er Has b ecome " le ca mouflag eur ." M ai s,-commen t on le p rono nce, je ne sais!* . b t Smoke*Thi s i Byro m c m eter, u . stack F r en ch. -Oberlin R eview~

15 · f ' mo re ca ll s coming in for spea k.ers. o r \ wh o left Friday for he r h o m e 111 Hard w o r~ to p ro n oun ceL au nch ing D ay than can be su?p h ed. Mansfield. Fo r o n e 111ght at a sta g Prospects a re good fo r a b ig ume 111 J oseph in e ha ffe r is also welcomed \ I heard a man t h e var io u s chu rc h es.

th "B ill" Va n ce too k advant:ge of t : vacat ion last Monda~ an few days at hi home 111 Gree nvi e. Among t h e new st udents who hav_e entered Otterbein th is semester. 1s George \ \' h ite, the son of Rev . \ Vh ite, of Cambridge, one of th e truS t ees of the college. \ \ ith perhaps one except io n, George is t h e yo un geS t F resh ma n in the hi to r y of Otte r be111 .

P:;;

in t h e Ha 11.

CLYDE

s

REED

Ir.=================================~==================================~\

Lois Radeba ug h h a been very ill \ for more th an a week. \ J,/ e hope h er \ father's vis it w ill ch eer h er and t hat she wi ll be ab le to be among us aga in. agai n. Friday eveni ng He len En or, J a n et Gil bert, Gladys Howa rd and F lo r ence Loar were g u es ts of Prof. an d Mrs. L. A. \II,/ einland for dinne r.

OPTICIAN EYEGLASS WEARERS

A li ce H a ll spent several days in C lark \ Veaver, · of Camp Sher man, Colu mb us. was a t h ome ove r the wee k -end. Rena Rayot is back in sch ool aga in A lta elson, who is teachi ng in th e h e wi ll fin ish h er work fo r grad u­ Ca na l Vv inchester high school, pent a ti on th e seco n d semeste r. un day at home.

. g o f o u r mo un t m · gs. Th ey App r eciate th e fi r m but co m fo r tabl e chn a lwa ys k eep yo ur !en e in op ti cally co r rect po itio n a nd will not tilt, sli p o r fall off. and If yo u h ave h ad di ffic ulty with yo ur p r esent mo unti ngs . ha vc b een to ld yo ur n o e is " n ot a da pt ed to eyeglas cs." come '.~ and let us tr y o n on e o f o ur mo untin gs b efo r e yo u g ive up in despall · Yo ur pr ese n t lenses ca n be pu t into o n e o f o ur m oun tings.

Sergeant Glenn Ream of Camp \ S h erman, spent t h e we_ek -end w ith hi s 1 I · fri end ( ?) in \ Ves t er v1lle.

New Location, 40 N. High Street

Class Games Schedule.

Fred P u mph rey, a J unior in Oh io I tatc was a week-end g u est of H. R. B r entlinger. "B 0 J" Kline visited at B yron I ) 1 ast \ T h oma s , 1,ome 111 Colu mbus week. . , T o m Brow n lef t fo r hi home 1111 • mediately after the Heidelberg game. \ T h e occa ion for__h i depa:ture was th e se r io u cond1t1o n of h is bro th er wh o was in ju red a few week ago. P rivate 0. \V. :Mourer, of the Colu mbus Barrack . wa Herman )-[ich. ael's gue t un day. . h Elmo ''Fat" Lingrcll, who is teac ing in andu ky high school, pent (Grapenuts.) U nday in \ \'estervi llc.

Sopho mo r es vs. eni or s, F eb. 9. Ju n iors vs. Soph omo re , F eb. 16. (Pre li m in a r y to Anti och ga m e.) Ju n iors vs. Se nio r , Feb. 2 1. (Preli minary to An tioc h game.) Freshmen vs. Se ni or , Feb. 23. Freshmen vs. Soph o m o re , Mar. 23. Boys' Games. Ju n io rs vs. Soph o mo r es, Fe b. 9. Freshmen v . eniors, Feb. 23. J u niors vs. Se n iors ? \ Fre h men v . ophomo:e , March 2. Cedarvi ll e, Friday eve n111g a ~ 8 P- m. Ott rbein defeated Cedarv ill e col:.e:.: a~ C ciarvill e 29 to 35. It was an interesting game. Th:y have a center ix feet and four mche tall and • the other basketeer are hu ky men, so you can expect a good game.

Remember the folks at hom e- Order Your Photos Early. W h at more acceptable p~esent can you make t han your photo? Twelve photos m ake one doz en acceptable pres ents . Have t he best.

T he O ld R eliable S t ate and High S t r eets F or special r_at ~S eroe1n t o ~.·1 . o ··· t.. i.. F ed students see r Gray.

I

~

I .

. T he K aiser's Fault. R. E. Vernon ha left for hi home :,.·[y T ue day are meatless, a t N' rth Lawrence, 0. He will not l·lly \\'ednesday are wheatle be in chool the ccond eme ter. I am getting more eatlcss each day \ Vord come that hi brother "Chuck" \ ~Iy ham~ i_t i heatle Vernon is working for The Goodyear 1Iy bed 1t 1s heetles R ubber Co. at . kron, 0. They arc all ent to the Y. )-[. C A.

Special Monogram Stationery 1

I

\\'illiam L. Brown, a tudcnt in Ot- The barroom arc treatless, te r bcin five years ago, a brother of My coffee is wcet le , 1\Ir . R. H. Branc, wa kick d in the Each day I g t poorer and wi er; face by a hor e at his farm near :3ur-1 )-[y tocking arc fcctlc , gett town, Pa., Friday. He suffered !l[y lrou crs are seatlc s, . a crushed upper jaw, I r k n lower ~fy ! how I do hate the Kaiser. jaw and an injured eye. ~e was re­ moved to a P itt burgh ho pita!, _wher.e Dr. nave ly r emarked the other it i reported that h i condition t. en­ day that a ll honest fo lk oug h t to be 1 ou ' though it is thought he will re- in bed at ten o'clock. \\ el l, we know omc folk ·whom we have al­ cover. \ \'hen federal officers put the lid on, ways tru tcd but-anyway, they're it' there to tay. "Rudy" \ Vagone r pretty leepy ometi·mcs. went to town Monday, an expe r t A new ociety, "1Iutual Be nefit" t I1ough he j , savs , that it wa awfully ha been organized by gentlemen who h d to get a d rink anywhe re and he are off color with the fair ex. A k h:~ to come home ob r. \ Vc ~l , a o n e who k nows. d rinkles day won't hurt once 111 a " J ack ai d m y face ,,·a a poem." whi le. "It i , dea r, -like one of Brown­ in g's." " H ow do yo u me a n?" Boost the Y. M. C. A. " o m e o f th e lin e ar e o deep."

Those who wish exclusive M onogram Stationery made up to order should look over our samples. N ~w and stylish design. Engraved visiting cards and stationery

Printers of '' The Tan and Cardinal''

The Buckeye Printing Co. R. W . SMITH, '12, General Manager 18-20-22 \'/. M a in Street Both Phones

\ Vester ville, O.

Patr onize TAN & CARDINAL Advertisers.