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BLISHED I N THE I , TEREST OF OTTERBEL WESTERVILLE, OHIO,

OTTERBEIN WINS IAuthorities Are Plan_ning FROM MUSKINGUM I ' •• Anot.her Big ~ay

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!PROCEEDS FOR I Another Campaign Bulletin I Is Issued Thursday. NEW MONUMENT '· tnt o th e T ren c hes" i the title of

. . In Apnl. ____. , r es,cl c nt ltpp111g e r , a s bu s y as ._s:::nt ev er abo ut the campaign . H ' spent Debaters On Both T ea m s Pr' :: Relative s of Reverend and Mrs. B e nt h e greate r par t of last w e ek in \11/csArgument That Showed Long terville p lan nin g and orga ni zing th e jamin Franklin Cunningham Preand Thorough Preparation. · work. un day he spoke three times pare Biography as Memorial. on the l'i ckaway c ir c ui t, n ear C ir c le---HOWE BEST FOR OTTERBEIN vi lle. GRADUATE O F OTTERBEIN T h o u g h the p lans a s yet are rath e r " I. M. Ward Entertains Aud ience Wi th ind e fin it e, it i exp •ctcd th at there Boy Preache r " A s He Was Called Two Solos While Awaiti n g the will be another big day for b oost in g Had a Great Record as Dec:sion of the Judges. th e dr ive som etim e later. The dat e Evangelist.

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t h e . eYenth o f a s eries o f bu ll et in s being publi s h e d by the co ll ege r e lative to th e campaign . lt is in t he form of a four-page leaflet, th e main object of whi c h i to ct before the pe_op le the g e n e ra l program for th e ca rr y in g 0 11 o f t he "drive" . Mu h emp hasis is la id o n th e fact that th e forces wi ll go " over the top" Ma y 9, and eve r yt hin g wi ll be done by t hat time . The fact

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w ill p r o babl y be pril 7 and the eve nt ''Th e un ni ngha m Memorial ," by t hat a d efi 1'.ite tim e ha s b ee11 Sl t will tak e the natur e of Layme~1's Da~ . Tl Ed . H F :nakcs the th111g mor e rea l a nd 111 s ur es , o ma s - win _ug 1H' S ~nc1 •ranees . more energetic co-ope rati on o n the R epo rt s f r o m t h e co IIege o ffi ce 111 d , - B arn ett H ug1 1 es, 1s t,I _ 1J1ograp 11y o f· f II Tl · -1 f I ' ca t e th at th c w o rk is- ~gress in g in th e lives of R ev. and Mr s. B e njamin p~~t . a · ." ;s ite ho t,~ pa_m­ fine hap c and eve r y1Jo d y is in lin e Franklin unningham . It is a book p e t 1s co_ver~c wit 1 a c a:t s 1ow1'.1 g for a s tr o ng dr ive. pecial wo rk e r s that all who kn ew, and were co nv e rt - the a_uth o n za t1 o n of th e vano us _bod ies and s p ea k e r s ar c going o ut fr o m tim e I e el und r th e guidance of the "boy bac king the movcmc1~t. It is anto tim e d o ing sco ut dut y and making . .. , nounced that t he bu ll e t111 s to be pub . . pf go,·ernment. co n stituti o nality co npreach e r" wt 11 want to c 11e n 11 as a . ad ,·anccs int o th e fr o nt !in tr e nch es. Tl It s h e d fr om n ow o n will be 1s ucd f . teded... Thi s i a qu e tion that re ________ last m e mory o hun . 1c many nJuch more frequently . <:uire s a tho!' ugh tudy fo r an insc ho o l and classmates of Rev . and te lli gcnt pre sentation. Th e mann e,· WILL COMPETE FOR HON ORS Mr s. unni ngham at Otte rb e in will be LAST GAME IS LOST in which eac h team pr e e nt e d its side eage r for t hi s b iograp h y of th eir Und erclass men to Contest for Prizes of th e debate hewed th e r es ult of fri e nd of yesterday. Capital is Easy V ictor-Fo ur Games long and thorough pr paration. Offered by Dr. Rus sell Thursday A ll proceed above the actual cost Won , One Tied and Six Lost Mu. kingum wa r ep r ese..n.t d by Eveninff- in Chapel. f producti +1 f th !:lo k ill b During Season. Robert Montgom ery . '21: E. H. Jack vo t ed t o a fund which is to be u sed A pir in g m em b e r s of th e F r es hm e n (E. L . Doty) t o procure and ere t a monument to . son. '20 ; and Ralph . ult '20. Otter· , 'd R p an d o p ho m o r e cla se wi ll co mp ete Otterbei n played her las t basketball the memory of R v. and Mrs. Cun­ IJY a e wa pr ese nt e . . • hem u , . R E ,. . , . d J R for th e h o n ors of the Russell Pnze ningham at I ngl ewood cemct ry, near game of th e seaso n last Thursday ,na e, 18 , . . i 1111 e, 18 , an . . D 1 • C Th d '2 1 · h K A Id , 20 c amat t 11 ontcst ur s ay even- Los Ange les. n ig ht , 111 eti ng a pital - in the lo cal Howc, wit c nn t I1 rn , . . • . h Tl · mg 111 th e c ape!. 1e program 1s ' Be njamin F.-a nklin unningham gym. For the fir s t few minutes Ot­ a a Itern ate. . R l l\[ c1· d I. f ched ul ed t o c mm e n ce at e ight was born in ] hi lad e lphia, P e nn yl ­ t e rbein led in scorin . B ut the visit 1 I c~s e t I, e 11 st o ry O 'clock and is free t th e public. · · . asc vania , June 14, 1878. When but elev­ ing team ·soon ,tied th e s co r e and pro­ the !IUe st1 011 s howmg cl ea rly that our A. ' h pre ent bi came ral ystem h as prove n . t pre se nt t 1, ere ave 1Jce n seve n e n yea r s o ld , h e h ad a remarkab le c ur ed a )cad which was- imp ossi bl e to e ntrant s fo r th e co nt est, three of b e approached in a ny later period of a univer al uccess and that th e pro- t h em arc op i, omores. T h ose e nter ­ co n ve r io n in evangeli st ic rvices b e­ ing held in a tent near hi hom e. pla y. Th , horn h y s played a good po cd uni camera l syste m ha s, a s gen­ erally, failed . l\lr. ~\la se had a cl ea r ed a r e eva Priest, Cat h e rin e Ells- S hortly after hi s onversion , he actu­ gam e de s pite th e fact that they were forceful manner o f d e liv.c ry and the wor th , Ir a Mayne, Lil lian Coe, Lura ally b ega n to preach , an<\ was k'nown loosing. • But they were unabl e to · t an d o u t J o n es. L loy d Harmon. a nd Glenn everyw h e r e as the "boy preach r." H e break up th e passing and s hoo ti ng of al)l·1 1·t)• t ma k e 1,,· s point Sa ndu s k y. Miss Pr iest a nd Mr. h e ld s uccessf ul meetings in Litt! - the vetera n L uth rans who have been prominent ly. Mayne appeared in th same affa ir town, Hanover, Harr isburg, ap e p laying t ogeth e r for a number of Mr, Kline br u ght o ut a very practical •id c of th e question by pr ving last year a n d d id c r e dit both to th e m - May , Ocean Grove, Claiborne , and in yea r . Barnhart and Smith played a se lves a nd t o th ei r in t ru c t o 1· in Pub­ many ot h er places during this early good game at guard . M ill er and t!iat a two hou se system is n ces ary to repre ent a ll th e pe pie. He li e Speakin g, All the other contestants pe ri od. Ofte n from sixty to on hun ­ Wagoner at forwards were too close­ arc n ew performers. dred person wer e converted in a ly g uarded to do mu c h scorin g. Fox howed conclu sively that o n e h o u se The conte t is one the nature of was hi gh sc o r er, makin g five basket s ingl e campaign. would be contr li e d ntir e ly b y th which a im s t n ot hin g needs t o b e ( ontin u d on pa·ge two .) an d three free throws. (Continued on page two.) I said around Otterbein. lt is a n an­ T h i gam e endc<l Otterbein's bas­ Ma.ke Gifts To Library. nual eve nt ope n to all u nd e rclassmen . ketba ll season. T h e boys have play­ Editor Gifford Talks To Club. The prizes of ti ft e e n , ten and five dol­ Before leav in g for Fra n ce, T . H . ed und e r se ri ous handi caps thi s year tt rb e in Pre ss lub m et o n W ed- lar fo r the three best declamations are Bradrick, '94, gav e to the co ll ege but h ave s howe d th e rea l pep and ne.day vening and took up th e con­ given by Dr. Howard H. Russe ll. Dr. libr ary s e ventc n vo lu mes of miscel ­ fig hti ng spirit in a ll thei r games. •icleration of th e sma ll town weekly Russell is him e lf a good reader and laneo u s works and to the Phi loma­ T h ey des e rve the h a r ty commenda­ newspaper. 1\1 r . G iffo rd of the P u b­ much inte r ested in platform activities. thean library "The' \,\lritings of Lin­ tions of the sc hoo l. Otterbein ha lic Opinion , wa s the spea k e r and In the estab li s hm e nt of this contest (Co ntim1 e d o n page t wo.) co ln " in e igh t volume a nd Ti scot' s brought out in a pra c tical way th e ( o ntinu ed o n pa g e four.) "Life of hri st" in thr e e volum es. e en tial of a u cce ful mal l town Board of Trade To A ssist. Benjami n Carlson, wh o :1tered the weekly of toda y. By illustration and Recital to be Given. army la st year gave to the P hil o An unqu a lifi ed vote of approva l of ~x ampl c he b owe d th e faults of th e Tuesday eve nin g at eight o'clock phronean li brary hi s co ll ec ti o n of the big Otterbein College campaign and the d eold- chool journali t the music department will g ive a r e - boo ks, consis tin g of t we nty-fo ur vo l­ that is now being waged by the col­ 1}1and of th e presc n t . cital in Lambert Hall. The progra m um es of miscellaneous works and a le g e and th e United Brethren c hurch The Pre Club m ee ting n ext w eek w ill cons ist of vocal numbers and in- P h otograp hi c History . of. tl'\e Civil in th e nin e co-operating conferences to be a v e ry unu s ual one, unlik trumental p e rforman ces, on the War in ten vo lu mes. Loya lty to Ot- was given by the W este rvill e Board 4ny that ha s yet been held . A ll who " i,o,lin and piano. t e rbein is united '"'.ith pa_trio,ti s m in of Trad e Tuesday eve nin g. A com­ ~ave attended and others r e ally inte r ­ One pecia l fea tur e of th e pro- the h ea rt s of th ese men and the ir mitt e e was ordered appointe d to as­ ,: ted will do well not to miss thi ftpecial ession. A k any of th e mem ­ g ram wi ll be two numbers from gifts se rv e to bind tl'\ em close r to the sist President W . G .· Clippi nger in th e G r :- nd opera by a piano quartet. in sti tution . local driv e. bers f r particulari.

Otterbcin's ne g ative d eba tin g t eam ptncd thc_ir sea on v_ e r y_ auspicio_u _ly f u ," da)' night by w!11n111g a dect ivc dctory 0\'er t heir o ld op pon e nt s. !iu king-um. The questi on for deha te wa s. .. Re o h ·ed : That Ohic b!iould adopt t he unicameral system

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though i\fi-. H owe is on ly a Fresh'tf, I . • · . II • , man a nd thi s was ht s ftrst 1nt c1 -co cj g 1ate . t d 1 · . ub -~- .c1e 1Jate 11c pr ·se n e 11 s ~ . • ' d f .. f ll y as Jcct a s 1ogtca 11 y a n as 01 cc u • d f d I atei·s • t 1,e m ost experie n ce o eJ · • C::;/ 1 · · f ti1 J. dgc __ :..--\ VI . 11 1e t 11c c1ec1s1on o c u 1 wa b·ing awa it ed, Mr \Varel enter. . ,, lJrake Sem in ary, from which !t e gradu- taincd th e audience with two v cal '12, ' 10 \\"ore! was rece1vecl 111 \-, est- I ated in 1906. Jn Jun e, 1909, hi mar - so los and wa ca ll ecl back for an n - crvi ll e la st Thtlt"sday n1o_rning of ::1e riagc to L ui se Gertrude Barn ett. a death in _\ nderson. 1 nd1 ana, of c,:c , co r e. choo lmate at Otterbein, took p lace. The judges were Rev. E. C. T ittle three-year o ld son of Mr. and Mr . 1 A ft er grad uation from the se minary, of o lumbus. S up t. .f . D . , iv ,,.111 1amso11 , J-l o tii er P. Lambert (Lu<'i le MorriRev. :.'. lr The burial ccur r ed at Ander- 1 . . .. unnin g !tam en. te red the ac- o f Mt . G"1IeacI. an d up t . \i"•v. L . •A.t - on) t1ve m1n1 s try of th e Umted 13r ~hren well, of Cardington. T h e ir decision on on F ri day. c_hurc h. H e_ b_ega n _at Ind epe nd en ce: was tw o to one in favor of Otterb e in . . Rot hr ock f Fairlawn. /1 1:_an sas, a1_1 d f1om t I, e re w en t t o t I1 ~.. Dr. C harl es S nav e ly ,, r es id ed over '85. Amos F-trst U n1t e d ]3 r t Iiren c I1urc I1 at the me •ting itt a very p leasing man - 0 1,1· 0, w a . a guest at the h me of Gra nd Rapids, .Mi chigan , wh ' I"'~ he ner. Proiess r Mi ll e r severa l day last . (Co ntm,1ed fro m paire one.) _ . . . l·o ll ow1 ng the adv ice of Bishop E. B. Kephart, he ent er ed th e Academy . . . . of Ott erb em un1ver s1ty 111 1896, and . . . grad uat ed from the un1 ve rs1ty 111 1903. The sa m e year, he ente r ed Bon -

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erved for five year s. And e r on, Tt:· diana . was th e n ext pastorate of th i rap idly rising yGun.g mini ter. Led n by the missionary s pirit, Rev. a nd Mr . Cu11ningham took up the wo1·k at Lo Ange l-cs Second chur c h. Her t hey lab or ed until Sc1Jtembcr, 191 6, and were I oth lo king forward to one of t he best years of their li ves, w h en o ne clay at an outi ng, whi le bat hin g, both w ere d rowned. g reat wor k whic h they I1ad begun so au spic u u ly was abruptly interruptedan d thr ee charmi ng chi ldren were orp han s. Prof. Hu ghes a nd Mrs. Hughes are bro th er-in -law a nd sister of th e lat e Mrs. Cunningham , and have taken into th eir fami ly th e three orphaned ch ildren. f h e United B r ethren Puh li hing com pany, Dayt n, i publi hin g th e boo k _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Although al l the debaters displayed natura l abi li ty mu ch of the credit f r th eir s ucccs · 'm u t be given to their lo ng and caref ul coac hin g by Prof. r. .· tz. 1 11 •

LAST GAME IS LOST C · d f ) I r, ntmue rnm page one . played e leven gam s. won fo ur , and ti d one;:. The team mad e a . ca . on tota l of 337 points against h e r oppone nt '395. Ottei:bein (17) Ca pital (52) Miller · R . F. \ Vinterh ff \V agoncr L. F . Rickert Fox \-Vild Barn har t R. G. Mueller Smith L. Bern lo h r S ubstitu t ions: Funk for \,\i agotte r. \V oo d for ·mith. Ho lste for M ull er. 1--J o ltmeyer f r R ick.::rt, Kantzer for \ Vi nt cr h o IT. Fi e ld goa ls: JVIill er 1, Wag n e r 1, OTTERBEIN WI NS Fox 5, B rnl o hr 6. i\lfuc ll e r 2, \.\'il d 8, Rickert 3. \-Vint er h off 4, Ricke~t 6. FRO M MUSKI NGUM Free thr ows-Fox 3, Richert 6. (Continued fr0m page o ne.) Refe r •-Sa nd e r . c\ ti s, t t he great d e trim en t of the T im er-N ichol on . r ural districts. Mr. Klin e' arg um ent Score r- Hitt. was prese n ted in a st1·a ig ht forward and convincing manner. Did you e,·e r feel the world a,0;ai 1:sr The cas for Otterbein was ab ly you? concl ud cd by J. K Howe. He di ur e, I fe lt it thi · morni1,g when l cus ed t h e greater efficiency of o ur s lipp ed and fe ll on 1.he s ide walk.

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T. 1-J. B radri ck lef t es te r vi lle 1 ye ·terday for X cw York on hi s way to France whe1·e h:: w ill e n gage in th army wo 1·k of the Y ung M e n' s hri t ia n ssoc iati,o n. forewe ll re ceptio n to Mr. Brad ri ck was g i"en j las t M onday e,·enin g in th e parlor:; of th e Methodist chu r ch , at which tim e a military wrist watc h was pre- I sen ted t him by th meml.J e r of th P. ch ur c h . '94.

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Helen Van ce, Edna Farl ey, F lorence Di xon, Alic e Ress ler

''03: '12. pecial mu s ic at the J7~rmer's In stitut e r · ce ntly h e ld in We s tervill e was fu rni heel by Mrs . F. G. M cL od (1:l ary Best) and Mi ss I Ruth Bn111r!age .

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Dr. J o hn H. Francis, s up e rint e n dent of sc h oo ls of Co lumbu , Ohi o, went to V a hington , D. la st Fri lay to atte nd a m ee t in g o f prom in e nt educators ca ll e d by I . P. C laxton , co m1111 ssio n er of e du cation of the ni ted State . This we ek Dr. F ran­ cis wi ll attend the annua l m ee tin g of t h e Nationa l Ed u cat io n Association at At lan tic it y. wh e re h e ha s a part in th e program .

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' 11. Mr. an d Mrs. W. R. bai ll'v a nd so n Geo1·ge. of olumbus, Yi ited Mr. Bai ley's pare nt . :\Ir. and Mr . E. A. Ba il ey, la st week.

'17. Ric ha rd B radfie ld, wh o is t ea c h ­ ing in th e high sc h oo l at Li ly C hap e l, was a w ee k -e nd visitor her e. '17. A lta rc lso n came home from Ca nal \i\lin che t e r ove r the week- e nd.

The Union's Price

Th e U nit ed B r e~ h e rn c htll" ch at A r ca num. hi . unr!er the l adership f Rev. Dud ley R. \Vi lson, a i,ted by Dr. E. J . Fo r sy th e a eva n ge l ist has b ee n ha vi ng a ~1·ac i u r eviva l T h e t o wn of Aracnum ha been st irr ed as n ever hcfo.-e and man y c n ve r t hav e co m e int the c hur ch.

Roscoe IT. Drane r eturned home last atu r day from Pitt bu r g h , Pa.. where h e a nd Mrs. l3ranc we r e ca ll ed severa l weeks ago hy th e se ri ou acid e nt to Mrs. Bra n ' s b r o t her, \,\Ti lliam L. Grow n . Mr. Br w n 's d eath occu rre d la t Monday.

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PJAN QU RTE T - Th e pinni ng ong (Frnm ''Th e Flying Dutchma n") \ \Tagncr Et he l E ub a nk , Mary S idd a ll . Lorna low. o lda vV indom Piano-Con cert Polonaise E ng elm an Floren ce Perfect Violin-Inte rm ezzo (From "Cava lleria Ru stica na" ) ~Ia cag ni Virgi n ia navcly o ng- ·Wat ching M etca lf Josephi11c S_hafer Piano-Va l e Le nt e (From "Ba ll et oppelia'') Delibc Donald lippinger So ng- Lov e' Sun hin c N. d e Vore Audrey Ne lso n Vio lin-Souvenir . . . Drdla Earl vVil 0 11 Pia no- R manza, Op. 45 . No. A. Gruenfe ld rabelle ampbell Song- Mot her Ea rth . . . . anderson Ethel E ubank P iano- Po lonaise, Op. 26, No. 1 . hopin H elen Vance P iano Quart.~t-Th e Rid e of the Walkyrie

Marysville. Ohio. Miss_ May h ad been in ill h ea lth for ·evern l years. Fu n era l ~ervices a 11d in ten11e nt OC ·· cune d at h e r · Id h ome, Lewisburg, 0.

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RECIT AL PR OG RAM 1"o lowing i. the progra m t he g ive n by th e bert Ha ll Tuesday \l,·e nin ;;- at eight o "' clock.

week. '99. Miss 1\d cla Dean May died last ' [! 1urs d ay at _t I1e I10 1n c o f I1er 1· te 1,· Mrs. J . B. Hughes (Jes ie May) in

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Th u e of th e ver e of thi - song i · not pop ul ar among the tudcnt , the choru being the o nly part u uall y s ung. There seems to be 110 reasoii Publi hed W eek ly in th e in tere t of Otterbe in by th e f r this omis i n of the ver es and we OTTER13EI. P 13LI 'HIXG wou ld s ugg st that th ey be r ev iv ed BOARD, and learned. The song comp lete ma)• \\' c ter vill e, Ohio . 1J f und in the Handbo k . M ay w e Member of the Ohio College Press not all )earn th e vcr cs and get into Association. the habit of sing in g all the w rd lll Staff stead [ the chorus only.

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' '\\'ell, boy , I'm glad vacation's over. l'\'e sure had a punk time the J f d a t ew ays," aid Tom as he picked up a book pr·paratory to s tu dyi ng. "lf you'd cl :i little work, it I would11't se em so Iong. 1 got a Iot of back wo1·k clone up that l'\'e been 'lheNewToil waiting to do for ome time." "That' all right for you , ;\lac. but I can't enjoy myself at that and wh en Editor-in-Chief .... Lyle J. M ichael, '19 D isrespect. 11 did try to have a big time in CoA si,tant Edit rsne night this week a tuclent' Ium IJus, I f a1·1e cl uttterly by going to J. C. Siddall, '19 r om wa s ente r ed ·.vhile t!~e occup- Keith's which put the climax to my R. J. Harm e link, '19 an t s wer..! known bo be away and th e 1) un _. k t ·ime. " 1 {ontributing Editor place "stacked." This i . an old Id " 1n ce you're telling your experiC. W. STOUGHTON, M. D. Gra ce A r mentrout, '19 tunt fortunately n e not vei·y ; 0 ~u - e:1 ce of this vacation, l _can say that 1 29 W. College Ave. Helen B ovee, ' 19 Jar in recent years. -atura ly the l ve had a. very, very 111 cc time, the Baainess Mgr. .... R. Lisle Roose, '18 jok. was not appreciated and •· peci-1 weather be.mg excellent for elate ." \\'c tervi ll e, 0. A t. Bus. ;\l gr. .. Kenneth Arnold , '20 a lly did the cu lprits, two in num ber, "Leave it . to .. Doc! Y.ou can sec Bell Phone 190 itz. Phone 110 A . t. Bu . Mgr........... C. L. Sm ith, '20 co nd emn them e lv es in their ha te whe1·e hi s mmcl i- every t1111e ." . '·1· Circulation Mgr. .... H. E. Michael, '1 9 e,·era l pennants were pulled from . ou put up a good debate the other 's t c 1r · ).[ g1· C E '[u!l1'11 '19 the wall, and among them the Tan ~11ght, .?. l ac, but J can't see your idea , - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . . I t ·" · . . 111 gett111g so fu eel" B C YOUMANS B · • · ···· · · ·' , 2nd :\ st Ci r ).[ gr_ and ard1nal emb lem of the College. "I " · · • , arber · · · • · Tl · . . kn ow l got fu sed but that wa 37 N S t t 'St 1Ian 011 Xi c hol s •2 1 1 11 pennant was torn 111 Iran 1t a nd I 1 ' · a e · cl' Ii d , JCcause 11 ookecl back at yo u fellow " Shoe Shine in Connection. · ' ti · Hel en Keller '20 ierwi e I igure · uc 11 acts cant ,. , th · I Local Editor 1 ............ ' be funny when they disgrace the inon-y wasn t cre to hear you, Shop closed at 8 o'clock except Cochran Hall ........ Florence Loar, '19 t't t' b . It' . fl I . Mac, but I ha d an imp orta nt bu i- 1 Saturday. A.I I p f G . '97 s '. u_1 o n Y msu Ill~ .' t ~g. tis a n es en a ement t fill ha cl , " · umna ·······--··········· r o · uitn c r, c r11111nal offe ns e to 111Jure 111 any way g g , t. t a)· I ' 18 I " · . "1 uppo se y u re tak111g li fe ea y ~ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ~ i t 1e . ,a ll na 1 emb lem, a nd pun ishable . • E xc I1ange .................... R ut I1 on I ey, 1 b k 1 Athletic ........................ E. L . Doty 'I I hy the "ove rnm ent It ·is no less in ce t,e as ctJa ll sea on is over, W . M. GANTZ, D. D. S. ' . ,:;. · . Tom." a 1111sd m anor to bring the college " . . I DENTIST Addrc -s all commu111 cat1on to The co lor to s h am e . Ye '.after. tl'.3t game with Ca1J 1tal J Otterbein Tan and arclinal , 20 \\' . •ollege st id t d t [ fee l like qu1tt1ng ba ketba ll playing 15 \\·est Co ll ege Ave. O 1 :\lain . t.. \ c tcrvill e, hio. are uppose I a ltoget h er. That was a fright." 1 l,a,··c ei, o u gl,l enl[s e -re pect to r ve re '' \\. ' II . . B . . . _ Citz. Phone 167 ub.criptton Price, I. 0 Per Year, ti, f ti . e have to hand 1t to apttal. ell Phone 9 11 ag o__________ 1eir sc 1100 1. Tl~-~~ hav e a goo~ t eam thi - yea1·." paya bl e in ad vance. ,__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _, 1 1 V . l h e only th111g that' s worrying II Entered as econd cla matte~ e p - 1 . . acahon . . . I m e now, i whether \\' C get o ur credit eve ope ree tember ~S, 1917, at the po tofficc at _\ acal 1o n ar ofte n . ant1c1pate d / if we :ire drafted soon. I may be sc i- Prin ts guaranteed from properly exWe ter11lle, 0 ., und er act of ).[arch '3, ~ 1th much p lea ur e'. and JU ~ as often fish in my rca oning but I think that posed negatives. 1879. I view cl aft : rwarcl with a fee l111 g of _re- I we sen iors o ug ht to get cr ed it for the grct. lt is ~ debatabl que tion year's work if we are ca ll ed before the 145 W . Home St. '·J ha,·e alway s had c ne lode-s tai' ; I w h ether vacations a1·e a '.· ca l . be n c~ t seme ter i half over, :J eca use th e r e is · now t~ t~e. student. Tl:e ch 1~f id ea . 111 110 chance of u ever fini hin g schoo I I As I loo~ ha ck. I see that I have cl1 s m1ss111g s chool for a holiday, a 1cl e , anyway when we omc back" 1 I halted from ob e r v in g the s ignifican ce at"That docs eem about ri~ht. Tom Or hastened a s T looked tow1rcl that tach cl to the day, i to furni h a r est on ly let's hope you get to finish the tarfrom r egular wo1·k. T hi clay might year." A need. a tru st, a yearning after · ,,od. well be used by th e co nscientiou s t u - 1 "Oh s hu cks , I can 't s t u cl y, " gro,v Ie cl • " • ,, • hell ey. dent _111 catch111~ up with back wo 1·k I Tom closing hi b ook with a bang Formerly The W hite Front. _ _O_u_r_ N_e_w _H_e_a_d___ and in pre paration .fo r futur e ta ks. 1" ome on, let' hav e a littl e hand be. . . Rut 1t I doubtfu l 1f many pers n fore bed time!" Giv e U s a Trial. \ our att ention is ca ll ed to th e n w thu ob erve a h o liday. T o often 1 head for th e Tan and ardina l which th e vacation p eri od is spent in loafi n g Our Specialty i. being u cd thi s we k for the first ; or i so occ upi ed a t o make the t u_ The College Man. To treat everybody r ight. hme. The des ign wa s made by A l- dent le fit for w ork, rather than in \ 1 he co ll ege man ha s come to rhc bcrt • . Nichol . '21 , who r ece ive as a recuperation . It is safe t ay that fr nt in this war. Do you remembe1 \ reward a life s ub scr iption to the the1·c are more unpr epa 1·ed lesso ns th e _cartoo ns that were published in paptr. \\'' arc g lad t o ubmi t the and more s leeping in classe th clay \ e mi-humorous magazines, depicting changed appearan ce u f the paper to after a hort vacation than any othe r th e co ll ege youth as a rouncl, . stoopy~u and hop that you will be pleased time during the year. shou ldered incl!viclua l w ith a fon<lw1th the added attractiveness which _ _ _ _______ j n ess for loud tie and ock and the Choice L\lt Flowers and Corsage the htad lend s to th e h eet. THE FOOD OF LOV E \ extr mesi 11 styles' Ye ,you remem Bouquets. ber the c::rtoons, but that se lf-sanw A Lyric o f Meatless Days man who ha been the butt of many D o Y ou Know It? Eat to 111 0 1~ly w it h thine ye · k e~ o n t h e part o f persons who did JO 0 nc week ago , on th e occasion of Launc hing Day, copies o f th e M.arch.-\ 11 cl 1 will munch w i th mine; not know is n o w among those w h o S. State St. Citizen 345 ing ong wer e catt e r e cl broad cast r let m y li p b ut brus h th Y locks re fighting in the tr enc hes at the where\"Cr Ott erb ein o ll ege i kn own. .\ ncl l sha ll seem to din e: front. The c copies co ntained th e word The ho ll o,v ' neath m y belt that li es The coll ege man can no lo nger b e and comp lete sco r e of th e ong and F r Aeslt ,o f beeves clo th pine; held up to ridi cul e, for h e h a hown were u eel to advanta ge in the launc h • y ct might T wolf a roaS t ed ox, that of all classe h e i the most willmg erv iccs. l would. of cou r se. decl ine. ing to go a nd i perhap bette r fitted

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\\'c may c timat e that thou sands of e nt th ee once a jui cy st ak pcr ons were thrill ed by th o e strain To prove thy troth and sec that day, but how many of the tu- J f in that ste rn ordeal' t est den t here co uld s in g the comp let . teaclfast thou till would t be. .ong from memdry? This is a s ub nd th u the r eof o n e s niff did t tak e Ject that ha bee n di c u eel fr end p o t it b;ck to me, quently, and thi may app ear to be a in cc whe n I wear it next my chest, Potted, fo r lo\'e of the e. repetition, but th ere ar e some thing that ca n be learned in no oth er way. - 0. . in Punch.

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F lo sie Brough ton from Sugar Spring Ties are h ere-you will want Grov , Pa., visited Iva McMackin to see the new pattern . E. J.-Adv . ove r the week end. 11abc l Euba n ks, of Ja ·ks n, Ohio, E ther took Edna home with her to is mak ing a two week ' visit with her spend \ Va hington' Birthday. i ter Et hel. To ra tauffer of cottda le, Penn. "Herb" Meyers has been tencle1· ly here ,·isiting Margaret. caring for a bad ly " banged-up" elEmily' it her. 1\f erle ville .

rnothcr came Friday to vis- b·ow, a ll week. ·'Jakey" }.l[ ill cr, in h io tate this pent her vacati 11 at Zane • year, came back to tte r be in Friday and stayed till un clay.

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Let us measu r e you now f r yo ur Marie T. we nt home with 1,J a rie Y. Easter s uit. l:'.. J .- Adv. Th ur clay aftern 011. Dark ta n hoes-mi litary hec'IsF. M. Bowma n is cond ucting revival 'the much wa~1tecl sty le by t he girls. erv ices at hi s charge at Carrol l. E. ] . 1o rri .-Adv. Do ro th y B ing ha m of I r o n ton . 0 .. V irginia too k her " roomy" with her vis ited her siste r Ed ith Bin g ha m over to h r home fo r severa l days. t h· we k-e n cl. at

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Geo rge \V hi tc w. en t to hi ho m e in to ce lebrate Bo wers tow n. O hi o, . , . at ur GIa d ys H . spe nt F. rt ay an W as h111 gt n s bir thd ay. H e came bac k , 1, , 1.o n d ay. cl ay at O x Iey H a II, o 1u m 1) us. Betty too k a large cha nce w hen s he J) h .• -1 I · 'fh , utc ess 1 a n ts- 10 · a b u tton. took I· oreuce 1o m e w it 11 11er u rs- $ I 00 1' f 1 , • ,, E J -Ad , clay. T hey had a ·'gay" ti me. · t lC) rip. - · · '• 'd

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The Old R elia ble State and Hirh Streets For special rates to all Otterbein stud ents sec Fred Gray.

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The dinner gue ts at Ha ll Su nday • k ,,_. t ff w<:r, D r. Sara I1 SI1erric ·. "ora au er. Edith a e, Li eut. Hendrix and Lieut. David on. Vida \ \'ilhe lm entertain cl . atur­ clay e,·ening in honvr ,of her gue t, Mis Edith \\'e rt from bcrlin · 0 1ixteen o-uests. ma . kcd. enjoy­ lege. ed the cl<:,·crly planned \,\ ·ashino-ton· Birthday arty. Garver Starts for France. Owing to lack of space last week we failed to mention a visit which Lieut. John B. Garver paid to \Ve ter­ ville. Mr. Garver topped off here to bid fa1·ewell to friends, enroute to France Yia Garden City, Long Island. Enlisting in the flying service last fall he r ceived his ground chooling at Ohio tate and ;,bird" training at Fort V.To rth , Texa . pon completion of hi cour c in th e southern camp and passing the tests Mr. Garver received his commission as an aviator and is now on his way to di prove the recent statement that the Boche have con­ tro l of the air over t h American sec­ tor in France. He i a memoer of the 148th Aero Squad ron. 0

Fred Gray a nd Bill Evans left \V ed­ nc:sday fo r Pen nsylva ni a to a ttend the fune r al of Tom B row n's brot her.

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WILL CO MPETE F OR H O NORS ( Continued from page one.) ln the e tab li s h ment of this onte t he give proof of th e intere t he has in the welfar of tterbein. B fore th e program of readings the college orchc tra wi ll p lay. Dr. E. A. Jon es will preside. B. W. WELLS, Merchant T ailor Fine line of spring samples.

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