1918 03 04 The Tan and Cardinal

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Sixty-Three Year Old Science Hall to cc Succeeded by Up- to-


.. ITey! away from that cl g." It was the coarse ,·oice f a faril1e1· and directed at l'rof. E. \\' . E. Schear as he ran through a field with 'l huge net after a ra1·e hug which his keen eye had di ·covered . l'rofes ·or sacrificed an arthropoda kpicloptcra to look around a11cl· sec the dog. •'That dog's licensL<I." co11ti11ued th<: w1·athy farmei· as hl• made . his way toward the profrssor. It was all l'vicknt a moment lat _·r. Tht farmer had mistake n

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Plans Call For Modern Three _S tory Brick Fully Equipped at Cost of $75,000. \\'a)' hack i11 1855 whc:n coll"""~ ,..,, ., w r \uxu r)· a1td cducati "citiit" 11 c c a unnl'ctssar) " . when Otkr"t:in w~s, ., ~ nothing mor• • th an a couJ) le of l> rick , huilding,. when finan ces for th . upkeep of th e in stit u tion were so low that offi cials had to borr w money to pay the frw in st ru c t rs . when the en- I rollmenl was n ot a thin\ of what it now is. ther l' was constru ted a boys' dormitor)· now kn own as Saum Hall, thr joke f th e scil·nCl' ckpartme 11t. But Saum H1.ll. like an out-of-date hat, must soon pass into o blivi o n. t , hy a strictly. up -to-date be n·placcd cture in wht' ·h ~..:11 . ·1·•·11c <: • tll" ~ drnt will haH· plent ly of room to work. and plenty oi eq uipm ent to work with . Saum llall is th e object of a1i atta ck in an ttcrbein Bulletin just publ ished. J t is litl•rally laid Opett and dis s,·ctcd so t ll'.lt supporte r s of the rnlleg<.: may k11ow the s ituatio n cxactly.



R icssell Declamation Contest is Big Success-Ell5worth and Coe Take Ceconc'. a n d T hird Pr:zes.

The F irst Ga:n~ Is To Be With Ohio \'Jes ,yan at D~laware­ :\mon:J the good thing s ar o und OtD enison To Follow. t<:rhlin this w,·<.' k was the annual l~us­ sell Dcclam:1t ion Contes t hdd in the H OMECOM ING IN , OVEMBER ' hapel Thur;.day e, ening. .'\n aucli­ encl• that almost filled the auditorium There Will Be the Usual Number of sat motionlc&s listl-ning to th e proHome Games-Two Others duction given hy members l f thl· Close To Westerville.

Fn·shman a11d Sophomore dassl·s, 1 · which were of a humorou s and Sl·ri \\ hc:11 schoo l opc11s 11,:xt fall the ous nature. The win11t·r s of thl ca neI'1c1ates out for fo o tball will face 1 • 1 prizes wen:: L. B. Harmon. fir~t ; an excl·(•dmg y strong schedule. \1 1~ ( CatlH rine Ellsworth. seco11d: and Lil -1 · . anagL_r · re<I_ ;ray h~ s been bu s y 1·ia11 · OL' , t 111r · cl . • 111s e 1cc t ion. wor k·mg ou t w Iia t . s·m cc ' 1"111s · annua I occa~1011 · · only mad( h <: <: . J) l' C·t s· t o IH' ~ rq1n·se11 t a t·1vc 1·1s l 1s :rnr <:nthusiastic biology in possible through 'the he11ev0lenc e of of games for Ottulwin . ln the pn·sent ,tru c tor with his big net for the Reverend Docto1· Howard H. Russdl I 5c hcdulc th(•r. rl111a111 only th r ee county clog catcha. ;\[ora l : All founclt:r of the :\nti-Saloon League. open dates. two of whi ch" ill he fillt•d farm e rs sh o uld ha\'e their live , ,dr. Russc: 11 scn: ral years ago cstab - i·11 th l' near f u t ure 1)Y !!a1rn: s \\1·11 l insured. lishecl a fund f r declamation ,me! t cam o f goo<l ca J'I'>er an, l ones t 1iat oratory the in come of which was to be equal matches fo r Ott,:rbtin . 1 NEW COACH IS E LECTED j be used as prizes for the best dccla- 1 he _per ·onnel _of thc- ttam cannot he mations and thl· he: t orations. The predicted hut 1f they m t· asure up to Of 11 · 1'1 ---Form r tu ent an Ahl l t s1 andE th e ralit ete o f O tter- ctr , 11, tion and oratorical contests 1 ,urO f ti1 c opponen · "B'll" 11 be;n to Have Complete Cha r g e arc held sep-a rate ly, the former open I >er _e aptaltl ,·:ins, t • · to lir~t and second ytar tudents and season will Ullcl o uh tc rlly be a success. o f Physical Education. the latter open on ly to the uprer .'cptember .28 ma_rJ..s '.he launchingth .\n nouncement was made last \,\' eel - cla ss-men. The prizes for each occa- of_ e season a_t which time Otterbein nt·sday t o the effect that ,Hay \\' atts, I sion a1·c fifteen. ten and fi,·e dollars. • m elt. Ohio _ ' :'~slcyanr a~ ~c-la­ The numbers g iv en la st Thur day \\ate Ohw \Vrsllyan ah,ays has a a citizen of \ \'(·stervillc a nd at o ne 1 th tim e a student of the liege had evening w · r · a ll first class '\IHI on es good / 01 c~m ~d _1 pronvd \\:o r y oppo n­ h<:l' n se lected by the B ard of o n- that put t_hc_ an oan page Car<lm a l boys . the judge . to task to. select cnts (Contmucd two.) tr I to fil l the \'ac:incy made by th e t 11c wrnners ace rt1mg to their own










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·o:ich F. JJ . Gorton, I statement at the close of th conte s t. OTTERBEI N LOSES DEBATE who left to take a po ition in an army L. B. Harmon, th e winner, read fo r ____ ca nto nme11L ~ IL \\' atts is a foUJ· , -hi s production · s E "The Trial of Ben Neither Team is Sure of Victory Un til spor t man, besides being one of th • I ho mas" by d '}·ard 1'1 r. Harmon Rev1val ervices to Start At United Brethren Church. be t quarter backs that eve r p layed poke clea rl y an<l his interpretation ' Very End-Freshman Shows on an Otterbein t ea m. wa · a lmost perfc t. He cl picted the Debate Ability. nnday marked th e bc((iPning of Ot trrb ein's s co nd interco ll eg iate the re, i\i 1 en·ices at the l . nitccl ( ontinu ed on page two.) \ ( Continu ed on page tw o.) debate was held against !I.Iuskin g um nrethern Church. The m eet:''."~ th,: last Tuesday night when th e Otter­ year promise to be exce p tionally bein a ffi rm ati\'e t eam met the ne •r­ good. They will take n ot o n the se n -\ a ti ve, of that co ll ege in the bi g aul~­ ational form but will tay fa s t to th e to rium . I t was a "nip a nd tu ck" con­ In hi s las t hapcl talk Dr. Jon es a l dr ew n ea r I preccived clearly that Word rendering just the kind of ma t est from s tart to fi ni s h and th o ugh tcrial that is needed to e levate th e r e mind ed us that th e r e are man y littl e h had in hi p osse s ion my n ew ly the cleci ion went to Mu sk in gum spiritual ide of man's nature. p ur c ha se d hat chet and had 1·u t ucunknown thing s in th e lives of gr eat ther e was nothing of th e for e-gone Reverend Burtner will conduc t the ce ecled in fell ing one of my c hoi ces t ser,ices alone with the ccas io nal m e n which would be inte reS t ing to cherry trees. Wh e n th e littl e ra scal co nclu sio n type about it. A. o ne c f the jud ges said afterward. " it wa help of local mini ter . ,\s far ::. know about. For in s tanc e ,a quite saw m e h e wa s about to fl ee, but sec­ very clifli ct1lt to se lec t th e winner ancl possible the meetin gs ea ·h night wi:: not e worthy discov e ry wa mad e not in g it us less, h e turned and confro nt ­ at time s Muskin g um's hances looked be made t o appeal to the coll ege tl d- long ago of which the American pub- eel m e boldly. xcecdingly slim." ents and for that rea on should war- li e a a whol e is quite ignorant. " 'My son,' I d e mand ed of him, 'art The 1ue tion for debate was that rant a good attendan ce. rnong the hi storica l relic which thou g uilty of endea vorjng to despoil of a doptin g a single· ho u se leg isla­ During th coming w ee k th e fol- wer e once, s uppo sedl y, the p e rsonal my c h e rry tr ee?' ture in Ohio. Muskingum supported lowing ubject s will h e discu sed with posse ions of George Wa s hington '' 'No, father,' h e r ep lied , ' I wa the n egative , being repr ese nted by L e­ a possible han g e. ' ·\\ hat Should was found a diary of his fath e r , John trying to cl ip off th e withered branch­ land Miller, '19; ec il John so n. '20 be our Great oncern ow?" " This \' ashington. On e of the most en- es so th e tree would b ear mor e fruit, and Walk e r Gordon, '20, -alt e rnate, Question of Excitement in religion." lightening extracts is the fo ll owing: but th e hatchet slipped and went ary Graham '21 ; w.h.ife Otterbein's "Why do men rej ect Christ?", "Th e "Today as l wa walking toward straight through the trunk!' " ca e was presented b; G, L. Glauner, hole Life of hri t." The Monda y the wood-shed I caught sight of my This i rather disconcerting n ews evenin g . en·ices will hav f,!Jr a on George who, it seemed, was busi- but ev e n if it is tru e it do es not se ri - 19 : Virgil \Villit, '21 and Bert Jayne s '21. with H. R.. Bren tl inger, '18 a s peaker Reverend H. A. S-mith . He ly e ngaged in some form of labor in ously encroach upon Georg e Wash­ considl'red an ab le preacher and the far corner of the orchard. I turn- ington's rights to th e title of "Father alte rnate, · (Continued on page two.) one wortl;y of a good hearing. ,:cl my foot-steps in hi direction and of His Count ry ." (Continu ed on page two.)





( Continued fr0m page one.) jmproperly ve ntilated and li ghted and . e ntir e ly too s ma ll for s uch purpo es," I reads th e Bulletin. I Provision is made m the quadren­ nial campa ig11 , for $400,000 addit ional endowme nt, 400 new stude nts and 100 trained hris tian workers, fo r the j new cic11 ce hall which will be er ected j ust a soon as the money can be sc- j cured at an approximate cost of $75,000. l t will be a three tory 1 st ru ctur e. strictly up-t o-date and built to co n form with other buildings on the campus. Al l branch es of science , will be ho used in thi hall. lt is r e­ ported that Saum Hall will b e dedi­ cated to the patience of the long suf­ fering professors who have had to en­ dure the handicaJ)S a.nd aggravation s of the old bui ldin g. Cnu ual enthusiasm ha been shown by Otterbein s uppor ter wherever Preside nt C li p JJinger has vis ited. This i evidenced by the fact tha t lib era l gifts, tota ll y un so li cited . are arriving daily at the co llege office. t


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'[ J (Continued from pa 6 e one.) •' r. aynes comp 1etcd Otterbein's , Pnor · · ne,v to his acceptance ot· this const ru ctive arg um ent with unu s ual -• 1· tl1 e ·1· . . po 1t1 on he had bee n coac 1111g a b 1 1ty by estab h sh rng th e practi cal I H ' h cl h I · vith ffi · f · I 1g c 1100 1 team an e p111g ' e c1e ncy o t 11e s111g e chamb er and tl C 11 ti H ·11 devote co ntrasting the workin of su I1 , ie o egc a J 1et1cs. e w1 hod · ti g . c a h1 enti r e attention to track and ten1 I _cavy, colmpli cated op- ni since baseba ll has been suspended eratfo~v1~; ti 1c B1 1 H! 1camera system :.Ir 11d Jayne's deli,·er . c1· cl · - · o n account of the la ck of payers a ) isp 1aye an ease a nd fund s. He will also hav e charge of . . . · 1 · se lf-command on the platform that , le t f . the physical education work wh1c I is n orce to c,·e ry porn t · ti1e I The · cl f. · , compu l ory for all s tud en ts 111 JU ge o r t 11e con t est were II .. •f I v Prof Bun•·ait S f D . o ege. \\ 1th the ability o t 1e ne, • J penccr o e111s011 1 ke d L'riversity I' . H I S . I coac h some good r eco rds ar e oo 1 • • ,e,. er lert cott of f · . · • Zanesville and Re B -d f C o r Ill th e com111g pring spirt • • v. n ge o amI ! '>ridge. Ohio. I Prof.-"Xame some diminutiYcS, as , bull, bullock. hill and hill ock." Boost the cam pa ign! Jimm y-"Po le. Poll ock. ''


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. C. L . Fo x, '20, Cap tain-Elect . I mmediatcly fo ll owing the basket1918 SCH EDULE ball game with Ca1>ita l th e t eam took IS ANN OUNCED upon themselns the task o f elec ting a 1 (Contin•1ed from page one.) capta in for next year. T h e result oi Following t he opening game Deni on r thi s elect io n was th e placing of C. L. i next on the li st at Granville. La t , Fox in th e leade r' s place for 19 18-19. year Otterbein went down in d efeat Fo x's ability as a lead er has had before the " Big R ed Team", nev er-'l. fair trial and pro ven him a capable• th eless the co ntes t warranted the ar - man. On account of illness in the ranging of a future game. Oth er , fami ly, Captain Brown wa not able t eam s to be met abro ad ar e : Ohio to be with th e team all thi s eason . ollege, and During his ab ence :.Ir. Fox handl ed l lni,·er ity, Marshal l Kenyo n. t h e team with sati factory r es ults. To date there app ears on th e sheet Fox has ee n two y ears of service only o n e hom e game. The plan of on the Varsity and has some fin e rec­ th e manager is to have another which , or<ls. H e succeed To m Brown. th e


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th home-coming event. Negotia - ! ================= tion arc now under way for th e Ii t- production was of a se riou s natur e J jng of this game with Heid e lberg and exceedingly well handled by th e Uni,·ersity. Arrangement ar e also read_er. :.Ii Coe . a citizen of \V e being made for a game with t. ten·il le, m easur ed up to h er r e putaMary's Co llege at Dayton . tion a a r ead e r when h e gave ·'Con\ Vith this trong list of gam es th e nor" in an un ually ea y and convin­ students sho uld look forward · to n ext cing manner. season with great eagerness. There The judges for the contest were are two home game • and two which Reve rend Richardson. i\Irs. Lee, and all can ee at a moderate rate of ex- Mr. Hanby Jon e . Th e music wa , Apprecia te the· firm b t f . Th y pensc which makes practically four furnished by th e College orchestra always keep our le u _com ~rtable chng of our mountings. _e 111 optically correct.position and will not t ilt, slip or fall / nses game that a ll arc privi leged to see. while Doctor E . A. Jones filled the 0 Th following is t he chedule as it chair of the presiding officer. If you have had diffi It · h d h ve been told your nose is " c~ ~ wit your present mountings an : us stand at present: try on one of our moun~o abapfted to ey1;glasse~," come _in and 1e ept. 28-O hi o We leyan at DelaOTTERB EIN LOSES DEBATE ngs e ore you give up m despair . Y our present lenses ca b (Continued from page one.) 'ware. n e put •into one of our m ountings. M r. G laun er opened the debate in Oct. 5-Den ison at Granvi lle. Oct. 12-Oh io U ni vers ity at At h ens. a capable ma n ne r, go ing b r iefly into Oct. 19-M us kin gu m a t ·weste r vi ll e. the hi story of the question and show­ ___,, ing clea rl y that our present two Oct. 26--Ke nyon at Gambier. ~ hou ·e legislature was the outgr ow t h Nov. 2-Ope n . Nov. 9-M.ar ha ll at Hu n t in gton. of conditions that no longer exi t. He show~d that the arguments once B. W . WELLS, Merchant Tailor W. Va. Fine line of spring samples. broug h t forward for the second chamov. 16--Open. be r do not hold today and pointed to Cleanmg · Nov. 23-Opcn. and Pressing done on the ingle hou e as the coming type FRESH MAN W IN S FIRST PLACE of legislatu r e. short notice. (Contin ued from pag e one.) Cor. Main and State St. 1Ir. \ Vi_ll it_ continued Otterbein's battle cen e at Ge t t ysb urg a de - ca e by bnngu,g out ,·ery ab ly the ir - 1 -r.u'Tui~n:;:-;;-;:;-:,~=-~~--G. W. HENDERSON , M. D. cribed by t h e o ld lawyer himself in a j u tice of o ur pre ent basis of repre- 1 sentation and show ing that this inOffice Residence ve r y vivid man n er. . tale at1cl Plum 99 S. State Mi E llsworth read "A Voice from equality can not be remedied under IO to l l · M. 1 to 4 P. M . Far Country" whic h told the tory the Bicameral legi lature without de _ Sundays and Evenings by an old marr ied co up le and their ex­ troying the advantage claimed for p.:..p_o_in_ t_1_n:...:e.:..n:...:t.:.. . _ _ _ __J perience with a phonograph. Th e that ystem. He u cd thi ~ dilenuna _______A_;_





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_w hi c h· ;.v c r_ld· peace wi--11 ·have to h. e es- \ tab li s h e d were· s uggested and di x-..i~s- \ eel by Pro essor Rosselot T h \11:~.d ay eve nin g . He sa id in part, ·'. \n_1 0n:~ ' the · thin g-s that have bee n don·e lo amp '15, of Sergeant in sec ur e a wor ld peace after the war is we ek-e nd Sherman, spe nt the formation of many leagues for Westehill c. that purpose. Xea rly a ll th e id eas of '00. A ca ble gram rece iv ed F eb ruary th ese ,·arions leag ues ha ve been in - I 20 from Lieut ·nanl J o hn D. Mil! e1 orpo r a t ecl· in the o,n s tituti o n of the surgeo n in the L nit ed S tat e ~ arc,J, L eague to E nf orce Peace w hi c h ' :as. announced hi s safe a rri va l in Fran ce . bee n fo rmed 111 thi s co untr y. Ac­ It was feared for a tim e that he might co r ding 10 it s p lan , a ll matters of dis -• ha1·e been 0 11 th e ill- fat ed Tus can i~ pl'. te are to be se tt led peacab ly i:i '.\n and the ass uranc e that he was· sa fe 0,1 01,e n co urt of na ti o ns. In case of tlt e French soi l was a g reat reli ef to hi : refusa l of a-ny na ti o n tio. ab id e l,y t h e fami ly and fri end ~. dec is io ns of thi - tribun a l, a ll th e 0ther '94. Rev . 11. I.. l'y lc. w l1-:i ha s hee1: na ti o n s m ay exe rt th e ri g ht of po ' i.:e pastor of th e 1:irst ·o ng re,,a ti n~l duty ove r it. Th e a lli es now e n g a ge d Cl111rch of Ge rm ant ow n. Phil adel1 hia . in th e war wi ll furni s h a nucl e us for · Pa., for seve ra l year , halil just a~­ s uc h a leag ue o f nat io n s and th e num ­ , cepted a call to th e Emanu l Co n Q--.c· b er of r e pub li cs wi ll in s ur e th e es tab ­ gatona\ Chur ch of Wat e rt o wn. N. Y. li sh ment o f d e m ocrat ic p rin r. ip: c<;. .Mr. Pyle wa past o r of th e \\ a te:· .. F,o ur thin gs wi ll be n ecessa ry to ti'e town d1tirc\1 L r li ve yea rs, Jeavfo g it S l'.CCC . s of a leagu e t o e n force peace: 1 for a ·~arish in !fr ok lyn. New Y o r ,, . a ju st and right eo u s en ding o f th e present co nfli c t, a divisi o n of nati 11 s about tw ch·c years a go. hy peop les a nd not by dy n as ti es . a '13. Mrs. Park E. Winel a nd ( L~crtha pe rm anent co urt and a unit ed g ro up ­ Richards) of T o ledo. O hi o , i~it '.!cl in g of fo r ces to <: 11 fo 1·ce th e rulin gs o f last week with her ·is te r E lizah :.. th that co urt." at Cochran ll a ll. Pro fe sso r l{osselo t ex pr esse d hi s co 1 1\·ict io n th a t t he o nly ba s is f r th e '18 Josep h M. Shum aker, wlwJ. \Va,, teaching in the 1-li g h cho I a: ri g ht e ncl o f the pr ese nt war is in the the Youngwood, Pa .. ha s go n e to Ph i\ ;, .. co mpl ete 1·esto ratio 11 of a ll de\phia to take a p sit io n in th e wro ngs do n e by Ger m a ny in he;· No rth ern Young Men's "hri stia1i" Ass c iati o 1~· tr ea tm e nt of .Bel g ium , l•ra nce, Se rbi a, M,o.n tenegro, and To · there. h:nd . lt i t he duty o f e~c r y.., \m e ri '10. Lester J . Es ig has Il ee n co 1 ,1· ,a n to he lp in the ,. rj_ghtin.g ot those pdled h~cause ,cf ill h ea lth to l"(' ~ig n wrong-s. ·· 111 Iovi n o- o ti"r enem ies .we • his positoin as prin c ipa l of th e 111 q l1 1 · · . j may <1 a g r eate r wrong to our School at Willard , hi o. H will fri end s." 1110\" e soon to a ·farm nea r Ce nt e r burg•, Oh io. 1


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Thayer) of Co lu111 bu s. O hin . as i ·td b~ her ·c1au~ht er: 1 i ·s ara h M::::,w.ry: I t e l la Kurt:- led the sp ecia l patrfotw11l entcrta111 w1th a lunche 11 at , I'. ~ ic sess ion w hi ch was h e ld a t .Y. 'vV . C. · · Lazarus tea r 0111 nex t . a tu rday P ~ A. Tuesday ni g ht. T h e month of honor of th e member s of the e n:..,, Februa r y is o n e o f great imp o rtan ce class in Mr Mowry' s i.:ho , I '>I in A m e ri can hi s tory, fo r it is th e Music. birth-month o f our. tw o .g r atest pat.ri , '01 Mrs. J . 1:. Smith ( Katherine ots-\,Vashingt o n a!,d. L in co ln . Li~e \ Barnes) of l'i cke rin g· to n. O hi o . was these no bl e m e n, 1t 1s o ur patriotic called t•::> her horn in \ Vestc r vill e duty a s wom e n to do o ur part in th e early la t week by the se ri o u s il lnes 3 s trnggl e fo r wor ld freedom now go in g of her father, Mr. J o hn Ba rn es. on. , . . I Afte r t he remarks of th e leade r a ~ - Mrs. John , . Bea l ( Mary He- \ p ecia l prog ram was give n: w1tt) and her hu ba nd and two ch ild Piano d uct-H elen Vance a nd Lorren of Ca per, \,\lyo111 i11 g . arc \' i itin g j na Clow .. • \ ai, th e _home of Ir. \V . . Beal o n i Voca l 'o \o-"T hc R ed, White and \\ est. College .\,·e nu e. Blu e" Ca th er in · E ll swo rth . Cas ic Harri s, ' IS, spe n t th e we~\- \ R;adi n g-"Th c Lower Hall s of t 1Hl with her par ent s in \ :V es t •r vill e. a lh a ll a," Virginia B urtn er . , \ 1 iano o lo-Agncs Wright . 17. Rev. ~- . . 1:o cld , !)as ter of th e Vocal Q uartctOaklancl: Ca ltf ~r111a . 111ted Br et hr e n (a) "La :Marsc ll a ise" Church 1s me ling with g r eat success ( I ) "T h Star S i)a ngl ed Ba nn e r"> e . · I accor d111g to a re1 01·t 111 t h e T cceva Ande r so n, Cha rl otte Kurtz , cope. Ed ith Bingha m and Vida Wilh elm . In th e F ebruary numb e r of The Lyceum Magazin e i a c riti cism of nee a chem istry tuff, Fred G. Bal e. Th is article was writ- Whi le mixing so m e compo unded stuff, ten by Ton~ H endrix who~e bu sines Dropped a mat~h · in a vial , tt ts to write what h e thmks a bo u t A nd aft er a wh il e T h ey fo und his front t ee th a nd a cuff. Lyceum ta lent.





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many of our co llege girls had o rgan­ LETTER FROM SOLDIER. ized clubs with the purpose of help­ ing in the war. Here is an opportun­ 5 .-~ .. A le tt er fr o m A. VV. E llio tt a fo rm er ity for girls in Otterbein. A knitting ch.ru u u u u ... u - w u w ~ WWUuu•u w u u ~ stud !!nt in Otter bein , tell s o,f c: ani p life and ·somethin g abo ut th e· training. Published Weekly in the interest of clul;> or sewing circle will «;lo much in o~ar· ~ditQr : · .. . Excerpts fr o m th e. iette·r are as fo lOttcrb~in by the this critical time as well as add life We know that patchwc, rk has be- , lows : . . OTTERBEI J'UBLl$Hll.' G' and spice to college life. Where a <; ome very popular· since tht outbrea 1· ' • BOARD , C Sh F b 27 19 18 · . · · ·" amp erman · e • Westerville, Ohio., body of girls ar'e gathered together of the ~va r, but «;lon't you ' · -' . ··· · . , . . · think it is Dear Ed'1tor · Member of the Onio College P ress as college girls are there should be go1.ng a little _to.o I fi r· s t cam e to ca mp I d 1'd n't ·, far when it is ad- ; \l"h ·v en Association. no reason why they should not unite opted for the head of a college paper? k , VI/ d • k · · h h · now a 'dough-boy" fro m a dirty their forces and help Uncl e Sam put 0 e. no. -~~w \~ ere_ t e respon engineer. Th e bun ch I cam e with . Staff down this great foe to civilization. s1bhty for tlus chio1ce hes but one I d • ·11 Editor -in-Chief .... Lyle J. Micha~l, '19 Girls, do your bit and organize a "war thing 1 is sure-the arti t . , "'.as pa ce_ 111 th e H ea vy A rt1 ery anc . eye was sad- smce find111g out m o r e ab o ut th e wo rk As i tant Edito r swork" club. Iy 1ac k mg. "c· J. C. Siddall, '19 O f ti1e d 11te S · f r c nt bra n ch es o f servi· ce I R . J. Harmelink, '19 Cooperation. o_me O you 111:<Y be aware of th e am very glad that T w:i.s pla ce d h ere. th Everyone, after almost a year since fact , at we have an art departmen~ On e of th e fir st thing s that a r ec ruit Contributing Editorsar o und not make use of · k · · 1 Grace Armentrout, '19 our entry into the great European . , Th .here so why . . 1s as ed 1s how much sc hoo ling he 1as 1s co~1plamt 1s not so much had Tl · h third Helen .Bovee, '19 war, has become k een Iy aware o f t h e 1t: for oursel ves but' we dread h" .......,. ........:.. ·: 1e m en 111 t e .' . , . to t ink officers trammg camp w ere chosen Business Mgr. .... R. Lisle Roose, ' 18 critical times for Nation, States and of tlie ret'lect\ons t_hat wi ll be cast u11- enti"relv , fro 111 1,, ei, \\'110 liad coll eg e ~Asst. }3i1s. Mgr. .. Kenneth Arnold, '20 in fact every institution of this coun.:J,n us hy future generations, who will trainiiig • "v,' a yne 'l ' ! ea 11 y w a s th e .· . try. In view of this fact the great Asst. Bus. Mgr. .......... C. L. Smith, '20 1rnd0 que tion is, \,Vhat will lighten the load ubtebly recoil at th e Sight of th e only on e co nn ec ted with Ott rb t in Circulation Mgr . .... H. E. Michael, '19 to a small degree ? rattle s na_ke wom!d arouu d th e sign- that mad e it fr o m o ur ba t tery . Clark I t Asst. Cir. Mgr. .... C. E . Mullin, '19 The on e thing that will do more boa rd which croo~edly proclaims t!,ar v\-' eave r and l we r e eliminat ed after ti ie. t 111r · d exa1111nat1 · ·0 11 . ( \V e never ·· . almost anyth111g . e lse 1s . none other we , are the. ··Tan 2nd Asst. Cir. Mgr.,tban · .an<! Cardinal ·" Manson ichols, '21 b 1:he de signer no doubt had th t I ) · · d . . than cooperation Our gov ernment 1s , . . e es inquire w 1y . L o cal Editor ............ Helen Keller, '20 calling for very individual and organ- I ~f intentions, . only 1e lacked trainOur battery is m a d e up o f Co lurn Co chran Hall ........ Florence Loar, ' 19 ization to cooperate with it in carry- mg a nd pra<;tice ;' th1 s, however does bus , pringfi elcl and idn ey m en Alumnar .... ................ Prof. Guitner, '97 ing on the war to a successful con- n :;,t conceal · t h e fact th at the head mostly from th e rural di s tri cts. Th e · has . ,,an ." a me t euns · 11 an d h"ig I1 schoo'. section chi efs hav e had so m e trouble Exchange .................... Ruth Conley, '18 clusion. They have a perfect right to st u~ air. . kee1>ing do this but does this right go beyond . the boy from th e farm in bed Athl etic .................... .... E. L . Doty, '18 the government? \,Ve ad, ise th at it be ~ent to the . until first call is sound ed. Wh en Cooperation is extremely necessary art department to be touched up and p low time com es and th e robin s begin Address all communications to The to ing I imagin e it will b e wo r c. Otte rb ein Tan and Cardinal, 20 W . wherever any great task is to be un- : ·remod led." de rtak en. Otterbein is in the midst, Y o urs Paternally, Most o f our training has b en fr o nt Main ·t. , \ \I es t erville, Ohio. Mutt and Jeff. the theor etical s tandpoint. \,\T e have a ub.scripti o n P ri ce, $1.50 P er Ye.1r, of a gr eat campaign for increased enpayabl e in advance. dowment and mus{ hav e the cooper.. - - - - - - -- Russian gun that has b ee n use d to a "incc the b lu try wint e r clay arc good advantage for drilling- pt11"poses ation and support of every church Entered a s second class matt er e p­ member, student, faculty ntember, over and spring is again in evidence in order to familiariz e tk c m!!n ~with t emb er 25, 1917, at the postofficc at pastors and all if she is to win in this w begin to look for the red , whit~ the ir respective places. \,\l e ar e look· Westerville, 0., under act 'of March 3, und ertaking. and blue on the flag pole. In our ing forward to som e activ e gun worl. 1879. Students, you can play a big part in present crisi our flag should be as in th e n ext few w ee k . I My work ha b een .on th e H ead­ The shortest way to do many thi1{gs this affair by doing what you can in conspicuous as possib le. As students is to do only on e thing at a time.- a publicity way. The Tan and Cardi- we ·· sho u ld show; our patrio t ism and quarters detail, which consists of nal is yo~r .p~per and '.nust nave your have the flag displayed every day in ' about 30 men: 2 · ergcant s,. 7 Co rp o r· ·ecil. upport 1f 1t 1s to do its part for the the year. lf we love o ur our flag we als, and 21 privat es , \V e hav e been College tudtnts, Publishing Board, should show it. dubb ed "the brain s o f th e Battery". Revivals. --------Sergeant Clark \Veanr and First \.Vhil c we arc engrossed in th e af­ Facutly, and staff will have to join What Ha. ppens When W T Class private Fran cis R cci h ar c al o fair s of chool, tate and Nation we hands and work in harmony if th e · to 1·1vc an cl your co II ege 1s · to OJ e ry I t. · detail. Our wo rk co nsists o f 1s . . on t 1us mu. t not negl ect that p-art of our­ paper . . . 1, say can ·you smg from the sta t S 1 1 t ti d r !11a1nta1n her Pace as an educat,1ona l emaphore. \Vig-wag, Buzz er work, selves that is most impor.tant of a,ll, 1 . . . . c en ' 'I' c I ep I1on e Map sk tchin g V erba I o f t I1e state o f O h10. 'VIo namly the soul. l t is th e oul tqat 111stitut1011 , fi d f I b . v iat so _proudly yo u stand f • , h au t ut instead lend any or message carrying etc \V e al so mn st gives us individuality and power. Of D on t n 1 st know th e duti s ' of p. ra cti ca ll ~ ev ery all peopl es that arc a1>t to put the sou l advice you can to make the Tan and Wl w enhorc lei ras p lay it; • I 1 d b k f 1rn t e w iole congregatio 11 . . ard111a a 1an - oo ' or the ollege. • .. , h , Ill man 111 th e Batte ry in o rd er t o tak e a s ide it is th e -coll eg e stud ent. Your , voi ces t at blend 1 . • th 1 oul need s food th e same as your · trike up the grand' 1 cl e r plac in case o f se ri o u s injury. That Awful Drizzle. tort ure ,and s la it?1ymn, an then You pos ibly would lik e t kn o w body . The place to get this food is 0111 c folk ay th ey despise a H · • Y · how we spend th e eve ning s. Th e in the chtll'ch and in all hri tian or­ th ?w ey.; ,be ll o_w a nd shout whe11 ·' non-com " can e mpl o y th e ir tim e a t ganization . Remember that the ra ·111y lay. Well, ~•ay, we l1ave co111e i~th ey're . firS t ' ta r ting out, studying. They hav e sc hoo l every church colltge and 'vVe terville is to the conclu•sion that th r y do not th know how to enjoy a good thing ,ut '" e., dawJi's early light" finds night, taught by a Li c1.1tenant. v rit· looking to us a students to do our them floundering about . . part in th e revival meetings. Regu­ \vllell tlley !lave a Cllallce. Ever take 'T' ' mg se ems to h e th e chief pa t im e 111 t rs '·The S ar- pangled Banner" the evenings and off day . p r onallar attendance is the first e sential ~nd a walk in the rain, one of those rains th B ey're t r ying to sing, ly T am corrc . ponding with about 30 with it go s yo ur own personal work. that omc folk call a drizzle? Isn't it fun? Tt · t 'f h ut th ey .dou't know the words of > \\'ill you be there and work? the recious o ld . I r on . Jus seems_ as 1 t e th mg. heav en above were commg down to P • I want to say h er e that J surely do Women and the War. kiss t_he earth and leave it bri~IJt~r I l ark! The '·twiJigh t's last g leaming" appn,ciate the trainiug that I had un · Sometime ago the Gov ernment sent and ncher than ever. uch a ra,n '. I has some of them topped, dcr the 1>roficicnt lead er ship o f the out a bulletin c·ntitlcd " \,\/omen and a cleansing agent not on ly for the air But the v.aliant survivors p r es for- fac ulty of old Otterb ein and th e the \Var." Jt may cem at fir t sight and mat erial object. around us but ward serenely whole om c ocial environm ent that T that the 1>art that woman can play in for the ou l as we ll. Just as the rain- To "the .• ramparts we watched,. enjoyed whil e th e r e. \Vh cn th e war thi great conflict is of little value, drops fall ing through the air cleanse · wher some others a d d ' i over I expect to com e back and fin · . · f · · · re roppe but uch · not the case. Tl 1ere 1s a rt rom 1mpunt1es so the very feel- And th e loss of th e le d , . . 1sh. I might he r e drop a little sec r et ~ d h · · d d · h · a ers 1s man1place to be ,tiled an no ot er 111- lllgs pro uce m t e lllner world seem fest keen ly. to you. ] hav e s eve ral fine fellow s I dividual in all creation can fi ll it ex- to carry off all that is bad and im- Then "the rocket , red glare" gives lined up for Otterb ein and possibly ce pt Woman . he remains at home p_ure and out of harmony with the the br avest a scare, you will sec ome of th e m ent er wh en while th e man go es out to fight. It nght, and leave the sou l in closer And there' fe ft f we have fini hed our cour se for ncle I w e . . to ace the is upon woman that the man depends commumon "bombs burst·mg 111 • air . ,,,-am . Your truly , . with the ender of the for the many things he mu t have to gtntle r;mi, Get out your oldest 'Tis a thin line of heroes that manage orp. A. \V. Elli o tt , lighten th e burden of wa,. s 1oes an t at o ld rain coat and hat to save Battery A, 324 th I· .. Beside th e e great facts the bulle- and we'll take a good long walk in the The last of the verse aiid "th h · one remar'k th a t ram · t h e next ramy · e ome Stud nt if you g e t any letter such tin dropped this day that comes of the brave." . as the above hand them in and let S D . eeds empha is, that was that along. n a11y Orange. - yracuse the people know about our b'oys. THE OTTERBEIN












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Large A d. . . · Josephmc s 1 tcr. ~[rs. Knuff of u ience Listens to Musical Columbus visited her Tuesday. Program of P iano, Vocal, and Bib. Gail and their guests, ~Irs. Violin Numbers. Weinland and ?.Iiss Roberta Stratton I Tue day evening the students of of Toledo spent Saturday and Sunday the school 01• music · gave a recital · · at Camp Sherman. 111

LaI11bert Hall before a well filled hou e. 1Iarie, Alice. Loi and· Kathyrn Th were "On the sick li st la st week. They e fact that this recital was better II · · attended th . . are a 1111prov1ng. Year an any ot 11er given this Erma! ~oel of ~!inter. 0 .. pent 1 shows the appreciation of stu­ dent and citizens for the splendid Sunday with Helen Bovee. Edna Farley. ·Kathe rine \\"ai, Leona I productions given by this Department Pau l and Gladys wigart pent Sun­ of the College. The first number was a ()iano quar- day at hillicothe. tet • '·T1 · Song" from \Vag- 1~ Sp11111ing . ner' " Opera. '"The Flying DutchVirginia . and Agnes dro,·e home 1 n~an. played by Ethel Eubanks. 11 ary Sunday with the President and hi iddalt, Lorna ·tow, and Golda \Vin - 1 family. ::-Jeva spent Sunday in Columbus. Tl1 e se lection . dom . · though difficult. rendered. waC welt · Lieut. David-on of Camp Sherman . ~nccrt Polonaise by Engleman. a · d. uiidav at the pinted con . . . was a 11111er guest , M· 1 pos1t1on. wa given by I H 11 1 1 s Florence Perfect in a pleasing a · manner. Helen Vance played Po lonMary Constable of Akron was Rose a, e, Op. 26. No. t by Chopin. in her Goodman's gue t aturday and Sunusual art"ts t·1c style. Donald Clipp111. . day. ger and A ra b e·11e Campbell. both of . I 'wh Eve lyn, Catherine, Margaret, Lois, 0111 are • . . . , real b. . y.ounger pianists. displayed and Vera were Elnore vVh1t11ey s . . a d1ty in th . b Th e1 r num ers. guests Friday eve nmg for dmner. e vocal department wa rcpre- · Florence Reese spent the week-end en ted b.Y J osephme . "W Shafer, who sang, atch,ng" by Metcalf: Audrey Nel- at her home. N0 nd wh~ gave "Love's unshin e" by :Merle spent the week-end at Zane -



· e \ · ore: artd Ethel Euba·nks who ,.1·11 e. Eang '·M ' other Earth" by Sanderson. - the audience with J th3.ch . one • d e I"ig h ted Stereoptican Lecture G.1ven. e1r . E plea . ing _perw na 1·1ty an d ta 1e n t . At th e regular monthly meeting of I "S-ar 1 \,yitson with .the violin handled I ti . c,·c,,re Club held last Monday ouven1r" ,e ' Whit , . b Y D rdla with much skill, vening in awn Hall, Profcs or . . ener e 1v[ .I S nav e 1y plea eel her J"1st- II eSchear gave an interest mg lec ture on 1 s w ith M •• "l " fr "C ~ cag111 s nt ermezzo the subject "Our common res1•c1 ent 0111 Rust",cana. " I and winter birds. A a clavaltena . tet "Tl O I~g number, a piano quarThe program was of an unusual naw;g ie Ride of the \\'alkyrie" by I re due to the new stereopticon of 1>la)•e cl- I)y H e 1e_n , .ance. which u ' the department. is very prou d . EdnanerFarle Y, J, loren ce Dixon, and Professor Schear in Iu talk spoke of Alice R · I com- 11ti e birds particularly here 111 · F ran k·ntenct . e sler cl e erve spec1a 1 · Pretat·ation fo r ti1e1r I ·i nter- 1. couiity There are four c Iasses, p·1en c1·c1 1011 of t h 1s • masterpiec . e. 111 • • u mmer and w111ter W hi C h are the . .or Press t he permanent clas : the winter v1s1tClub · Has Soc'. al Session. ants or t hose which trav el nor th ward .At ti . . t terb . ie regular meeting of the Ot- in the summer; the summer v,s,tan s, rd th I 111 ev ~ Pre S Club la t Wednesday or those which travel sou wa ~~ren ,ng a • · d th ca ual v1s1tby ' oc1a l ession was e njoyed ing the w mt er: an e . . ente::1 .the members. The Club was ants. wh ich do neither '.iest nor .wm­ 111 th dall ained at the home of J. C. Sid- tcr here but are here e migraThon P lum treet. tion season. Various types of the first I th the e tn~eting was ca lled to o rder by two classes were shown on e scre~ n- j Pre 1de t R . d • cl t b very in truct1ve a which prove o e • I 11 , . J. Harmclm k. an ceect110 Peaker wa pre c nt he pro- as well as interesting. •'T heed to tak e up the d1scuss1on . . of ,Basketball Manager Chosen. bro Writing of a news story" H e I 11 Ught . get out that one essential is to Fi,·e men were g rant ed basket ,a a good Iea cl on the story. al cliff eve r- lette rs a nd one electe d manager ~ t out t erent examp les were pointed the regular meeting of the athleti.: I ietr O how the different methods of hoard. The letters <Yranted were ing a 1ca d . · an d round After th e talk a awarded to: Tom Brown, cap t am ing w~t:~le _di cu sion followed. ?ur- left guard: :c.· L. Fox. ce nter ; H_- H . I of th tim e the everal questions Meyer . left forward: Paul Miller. w ago ne..'· Folle men,b . ers were answered. ri g ht gua rd ; an d ' · w·b" 1 ing owing th e discussion the meet- ri<Yht forward. Brown and Fox are "' only two o ld letter men, a II ti ie of thWas e adJ..ourned and th e remainder the 111 g was pent in social ses- others are wearing the "O" for the sion. and re hment of pi e a la mode fi r st time. To succeed vV. S. chutz · · was e Iec t e cl • were e rv ed after which a mana ge r, . E. Mulhn the clcoffee b ing e ~ ret urn ed to th eir homes hav- Mr. Mullin wa the faithful a sistam llJoyed a fine even ing. this yea r and will make a good man-



Columbus' Best Line of

Sprl·ngHats $2.50, $3, $3.50 Three wonderful assortments which provide the utmost of sty le. quality and values for the money- featuring 111 particular-


All reh . ear iie e~ rsals will be o ne-half hour r during the revival meeting .

aaer. Boost the Y. M. C. A.

29 \V. College Ave.


l'r = == =\= Ve190 - ster_v- ille,= Bell Phone Citz.O.= Phone 110

B. C. YOUMANS, Barber 37 N. State St. Shoe Shine in Connection. Shop closed at 8 o'clock except Saturday.


IS \V est College Ave.

''The Rajah" A r ea l nobby, lightweight Soft Felt Hat that young men will like-in light shades of tan

~;!~'.~.~: .~. . .:.. . . :.. . . $3. 50 "The Union" A smart, sna()PY, troopertyle oft Felt, with medium wide-brim-in brown, green,

~:~'.l.~~·~········· · ··············$3.


''The Campus'' :-\ typical sp rin g lightweight oft Felt Hat th3t loo ks good on anyone-a nobby shape wi th !(arr.ow band and bmd111gat ..................................

Bell Phone 9

Citz. Phone 167

Films Developed Free Prints guaranteed from properly ex­ posed negatives.·

Fenton Stearns 145 W . Home St.

SEELEY RESTAURANT Formerly The ·White Front. Give Us a Trial. Our Specialty To treat everybody right.


$2 so

Choice L 11t Flowers and Corsage






Quality Best---Prices Right S. State St.

at $5 to $10


Citizen 345


Days' Bakery G. H. MAYHUGH, M. D.


E ast College Ave. Phones-Citizen 26

Bell 84

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LOCALS. ' Mrs. 0. H. Meyers, ( F ern Luttrell). of Chillicoth e, v isited Edith Hahn W ednesday.

This Spring SeasoJ!

I. M. \ Var d we nt to Ca r ro ll Satur­ day a fternoo n. H e . ang . aturday . g , a nd un day mo rning .a nd ev e n1n eve ni n g in t h e evan ge listic se rvi ces w hi ch F. l\L Bowman is co nd uctin g the r e.

a Greater Price Range

Corpo1·a t ··A t" E ll io t t. of Camp aturday even ing ·r I1erman, Spen t with Otterbein friend (s) ·

- - IN - -

}.f ess r . chutz. teiner and :\Ic- 'I Bride of the Pandora H igh ch oo l basket ball team visited Elmer Sch u tz over the \"eek-end • · These men had · I been taking part in the state h1g, school basketball tournam e nt at De laware.



George Glauner wen t to. Columbu. aturday to take his cxa1111nat1on fo1 Uncle am's serv ice. The Canal \ \'inche ter High chool basketball g irls visited ~hilomathea Friday evening before their game . Landlady-'·Can't yo u meet your bill today?" mart Fre hman- .. Xo, this is a mectlc s day."

Rather than ch•apen the qua lity by which J-;:iblcr Suits and Over­ coats haH bee n identified in the past. WC ha,·e added tw new lines- 15.00 at pring. trect and ,22.50 at Broad Street.

Arrangements have been_ made with the Delphic ociety of Ohio. tatc for . I ·' deba te on th qu<: t1011 of an ainternational gir . · f o1•cc. .Tl i c' ti me police for the debate is yet undecided.

Not a Raise in Price

:\l ay :\lorning Breakfast? X o . bet­ ter than that. A half dozcn couple ~l arch e njo,·e d a ··scrumpt1·01{ " :\lor;,ing breakfa t 'aturday at the old :\1ctzgar house.


olumbus 0. \\·, ~tourer of the Darrack . · pen t ·uiidav ., in \\'estcrville, ,·i iting friend

eve ral loya l suppo r ter of Canal \,\ inc h e t er High ch ool witn c sed h er d efeat Friday night at th e hand o f \Vestervill e High. There w ere two game ' th e fir t played by th e girls, the second by ·th boy Francis R ecob came up from Camp Sherman aturday.

till find an

12.50 and



cn· ice !

H . R. Brentlinger has been cho en coac1I o f the \ \ ' e tervi ll e High .Schoo l debating team. They are debat111g th e q uestion of government control of railroad .

·evella Edwa rds of Ak ron ,· i itc d Va nce ribbs t he la t of th e wee k.

lothe · bought to sell at

wh ich w ill be continued at th e e price· ( \\·hilc they last)-even t hough they rep r e ent greater value . than can be bought at wholesal e.

J. R. Howe accompanied the debatmg team on their trip to :\Iu. k111gum Tuesday.

support the Re ,·i,·al

woo l honage that ha

ing prices all a long the line, Early Buyers wi ll abu n dance of Kibler

I , ro f. Fritz , H. R. Brcntlinge"r and -


pite of the t rcmendou

$12.50 and $15.00

$18.50 and $22.S0 7 West Broad St.

28 West Spr.i ng St.

b====================================================================================~=-a' ··co rn y" l\Ioo re too k Earl Hayes h o m e with him for a wee k- e nd vi it a t Canal \\' incheste r.

Chapel Services Turned Into Rally.

Food Conservation Class.

P lan

hapel exerceses thi s mo rnin g to :i k o n th e natur e of a "boost the r evival" Choir rehearsal ye terday at three campa io-n. The peaker for the o co'clock sadly interfered with the u - casion were furnished from the studual unday afternoon troll of some ent body in the per ons of Miss Jes ie of th e me mbers. \i\"ier and Mr. A. C. Siddall.

th e o rganiza ti o n of . 2 . . )" r ·c n bood Co ns e n ·at1 0 11 Class. as I- -cse nted ed hy th e go ,·e rnm e nt we re P• • by D1·. - ha . navely Thur d a). mo:n. ing.

Dr . Howard H. Ru ell Mi \i ier briefly told why tud~ Every one is glad to . ee Tom J) (! nt · 11 n- ent hould attend. The average Brown back in school aga111 after an day at hi hom e here. d ab ence of everal week • I.h e r eviva l showed it effect as tu h ent 1· I)ent to muc h up ::i n the . 1 an d not enough upon t h e p ys1ca A C. iddall, president of the local early as Friday morning when a num­ spi ritual nature. To be of the b·e st b er of tudent kncel ed in chapel to Y. C. A. att ended an important . ~ne must . know God._ erv1ce . conference of tate Y. ;,I. C. A. work­ pray ( ?) Mr. 1ddall aid that re,·1val · wilt er at Denison the last of the week. give one a more vita l and a les forProf. \Ve t w nt to Columl> 1..,s a t - ma! religion. Stude nt mu t get the lf ou happen to notice a dazed\ urday · ht on bu in ess. t· f h" h 1 1 Ys appearance about the Fresh­ concep ion o t mg and 1 t i a common thing to have ilver ng mee~ th se days don't be . und~ly ware tol en, b ut who ever heard of it learn that the soul of any organiza. . . 1· · · alarm ed. Prof. . Miller ha Just rn- growing on trees? A big tree in hon I its re 1g1ous life. ln the e troduc ed th em into th e mysteries 1of front of the administration building troub le ome time se ri ous thought is bore a good crop Thursday morning. necessary and a revival will give eve r y trig. 01le that quality.

Th e cour e i open to all tud ent · member ,:i f the fa culty, c1t1 . • ze 11,.. Oll \ e te rville and any who 1111g • l1t .. wan to take advantage of sue h training. d ; Th e whole cour e will be covere ·11 a serie· o f twelve lectures an di ,· the 1'1 meet three times a week between • 1hours of four «nd five. The day · e, are Tuesday. \Vednesday and Thu~sb ·ven bY day. The lectures are to e gi the profes ors of the co ll ege that have that charge of the various phases . . come in uch a course. Emphasis is placed upon the fact that if you enter you intend to fini h the entire course-


fo r