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/COLLEGE SIBYL SOON TO APPEAR : Otterbein's Biennial Publication Promises to b e E ven Better this Year Than Ever· Before.

C. F OX SCORES 14 POINTS

JUNIORS T O P UBLI 6H BOOK

Other Boys Als o P la y G ood G:.:::e . Contest Hard Fought 2nd Fuil

Sibyi Keeps Memories Fresh in Mind. Board Asks Peop.le to Pa­ tronize Advertisers.

of Interest. l n the game tag ed a t G r:i:ivill e aturday eveni ng , Deni on wa s for ced to fight every min ute to win from Ot terbein by a sco re of 30 to 20. :'lo t on ly was the home team in the lead .eve ral times during the crap but it did fast playing thr o ughout and kept

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Denison continually o n the jump. ====================================- ' in cho o l a nd which pro,·e a more Otterbein's forwards were able to I j a nd more ,·a luable trea ure a the get numerous shot at the first of the Prof. Fritz Urges Men to Try S t udents H ear Dr. S. S. Hough ye ars pass by. game and it wa not until after ten Out for Debating Tea m Now . o f Dayton, in Chapel Talk. Thi p ublication is th e on ly one in minute, o f play that Denison wa able / l'rof. Fritz announces th a t O tterDr. S. S. Hough. o f Dayton. spo ke O tterbein that i w holly supported to take the lead and cinch the co n- be in is going to haYe debating team I in -c h.Lpel Thur day morning co r,- by the students an d th e o nly o ne test. Bo t h team we re · ragged on a u ual this year ! tterbein be- 1 ce rni1w the ~ew E ra move ment that i intended fo r t_h c tudent in team"' ·k andjn hooting, a nd a Ot- longs to a deba ting lea o-ue whi ch i I w hich has recently been s tarted fo r sch o o l at the time of it i uc. This terbein could not wor k the ball u n er composecf of such colTeg~s as Heidel- 'the co-operation of all the denomina- i stric"tly a ~tudcnt · atfair a11<l th.: Deni son' ba ket with any success. i be r g, Mu kingum , Hiram : \\' itte11- tions exi ting in the 'nited tates. Junior cla acts n ly a an agent in he relied mainly o n long _h ot . The be rg a nd Ohio ~orthern. T h ere w ill for the purpo e of furthering the th e ir behalf by manaaing a nd editing game wa so well fought ind eed that be at lea t tw chools debated. cau e of hri tianity. and especially the a ffair that it may ..,-pro , e a r eal that a ll indication poi1~t to the fact \ which will mean two debate here to train the youth of the co untry to- treasur e for the posse sor . that the return game will be an easy a nd t wo away from home. This year ward pecial, definite hri stian :\ feature in this b ok that is toe> victory for the Tan and ardinal , there is a n es pecially li,·c . up-to-date work. He a lw spoke o f the cam- o ften ove rlooked is t he Department team. t que tion , and Prof. Fritz urge all the paign in the Cnited Brethren churc:1. of Adverti ing. Tn ev ry is ue of the Fox. co ring 14 of the 20 points men who arc interested i:1 this st:b- which has been tarted r ece ntly in ibyl thert! are to be fo und everal made for Otterbein was easily the I ject to try out, as the Yar •ity team accord with th whole :\mericaniza- page o f advertising wl11ch have been s tar of S aturday' game. A lbright, will be c ho en from tho e who prove tion movement in which all the gi,·en to the publishers fo r w hich Freeman a nd 1Icyers p layed a nappy themselve ab le. The old tudents· c hurches are uniting. they expect the stud nt trade in regame. w hile Hollinger did notable will remember what intere t and enDr. Hough i a man o f intense The e advertisements reprework as a forward . Kull and Daw- , thu ia m wa demon trated a t for- earne tne and o f teadfast ent 111 ney inve tcd for which the o n were Denison's best players. mer debate and all should be herence to hi high ideal . and h; - hu ine concern has a right to exLine up and s ummary: anxious to ha,·e a team this year word mad e a tro ng impre 1 n pect your trad e in return for the hel1> Deni o n ( 30) (20) Otter?ein which will win e,·ery debate. The 0 11 hi hearer . they ha,·e give1) yQu in making the Ehrle L. F. A lbright team will be chosen within tlie n ext - - -- -- -- price of publication lower. ~ot o nly \ Vood R. F. Hollinger two week . a ll who are intere ted First Basketball Game of thi true with thE: $ibyl but also it K ull C. Freeman hould ee P rof. Fritz a soon as Season Goes to Wesleyan. of the w~ekly paper which A ll en L. G. Meyer po 1"ble. Otterbein lo t the initial game of ( 011t111ue · cl ·on· page two.) ( ·ontin ued on page two.) - - -- - - - - the eason to Ohio We leyan on the Very Unique Contest to be la t ter' floor la t T ue day evening by Notice ! Staged by the Sibyl Board. a core of 46 to 22. Although thi Ethelynde Smith Coming l For the benefit oft.he Ex- . A. T. C. Thi year' s iby l Staff ha de cided wou ld indicate a rathe r one-sided con- men . ome of whom have fallen into Thi I t o remind you of the it was one of the the habit of weari ng a part of the Ethelynde mith ~oncert. which will to ha,·e a new and unique feature in te t, ne verthe le ome one advanced the mo t intere ting that the two team army uniform with civilian clothe , occ ur on the evening of January 20 their book. in the ollcge hapel. :Mis mith id ea that there i a "Prettie t Girl" in have engaged in for omc time. The the Tan and ardinal i printing the is a famou o prano concer t inger, Otterbein o a committee wa ap- game wa hard fought and even following, tak n from " niform and \V e terville i es pecially fortun­ pointed to fill two pages with picture though Ohio \ Ve leyan did not have Regulation ," paragraph 53: ate in be ing able to ecure he r ser­ of tud ent with leading characteris- much more practice than the home ·· ombinations of various articles of vices. he i making her annual con- tic . After a long di cus ion about team yet former experience and the uniform , other than the combina­ cert tour and will ing in olumbu choo ing a title uch a " Talle t" and training were to their advantage. tion prescribed' i'n the e regulation , for Mis Kate Lacey. making it po i­ " Thinne t," they agreed upon the e During the fir t ten minutes of play are prohibited." ble for the Laclie ' Glee Club of the ix name for ladie : the Tan and Cardinal team wa ab le The wearing of any part of the ollege to bring her to \Ve s terville. 1. Prettie t. to keep the conte t clo e and held army uniform with civilian clothes is The lovers of really good mu sic are 2. Wittie t. Ohio v\ e leyan to a tie ; but becau e unlawful. Men who are to be di anticipating thi concert and it is be­ 3. Joiliest. of ome poor passing on O t terbein's charged, s hould rememb r this. The lieved that it will prove a very enjoy­ 4. Be t Student. part which resulted in a purt for regulation are b r oad enough to pro­ ab le event. Ticket are on ale now 5. Mo t Independent. Wesleyan, the fir t half ended with hib it t he _wea r ing of a r my hoes, over­ and re ervecl eats may be ec ured 6. Mo t Pop ul a r. the sco r e of 28 to 10 in the latter's coats, blo u e o r trousers, un less t he­ later in t he week. (Continued on page five. ) (Co ntinu ed · on page five.) entire uniform i worn.

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I daildy wh ,vas dressed church ha done faithfu l and efficient don't forget to read -the ad - and th e n I. chool .11 , the bully ,· and \ ervices d uring the pa t year and tk. rabt th when you go to 111ake y ur 1rnrc h ases white: len 'T' reme111bcr the one that ha,·e h e lp ed harle 11avely, the teacher' c hur ch of t os howing k e their meauappreciat• Tue 4v by pet, his \ eve11ing I I Y l)rotected you with th e ir nt ney. l n s I1ort t I1e w 110 wa a> ..,.. n orga 11i za tio11 , more permaaMt sl ga 11 mi g ht wel l be ·· Patr ni ze yciu r I "mot h e r · h f I t II -; . 1 . H than t at· o t 1e pas , wa s e cctcd by advertiser .' P r of. nclrew Frt t z was teac 1e 1- - e th . But thi i 11 ot the o nly re aso n that was _aclmirnb ly made up_ in the proe choir. the ho k h o uld ha ve th e I ya ! sup- verb1a l 1011g coat and wa 1 t coa t of the The N ew Watch on the Rhine port of eve 1·y tud ent. It i a bock old-time teacher. He '·kept" order There und a ,·o icc . like trumpet that i11 the year to c me will he a n and conducted the sc hool. ca ll. exceedi n ly va lua b le p s e io n . ln The committee in charge of the \ .\ ho,·c t h e II ise of thr o ne that fall, it is depicted your e11tire c li ege lif e festivities was u11der th e leadership ··The Rhine. the Rhim:, the noble from eve ry ,·iew p int . 111 the past of :Ylr. George co lt . Refreshment s l{hin e! it ha proved such and th e book this were provided in th e c hurch par lors, \,\lh g uards today that silver line?" year hids fair to he tt o except io n to wh ic h we,· tastefu ll y decora t ed . The the rule. Later 0 11 you wi ll wa11t 01,e: guests bro u ght wit h th em their · d' H RC I· o f these I ooks so yo u had better take yo uthful appetite s. a ndy p op co rn Jl uma11 1t y. tt o anger t11· 11 c, tim e by th e fore ! ck and get 0 11 e ' 11 t1ma11ity. 11 0 dan ge r th111e, a11d balloons erved to de li ght the y I k I early. See a11y member f th e Jun 'I h e a n <S now eep t 1c watch, the chilai s h mind . l{hine! ior c la s and he o r she wi ll tak e y ur watch 0 11 order. After the dinner, choo lm as t e r The Ya11ks now ke ep the watch, the _________ Fritz called the schoo l toge th er, at ' watch 011 l{hin e ! F AST GAME LAST which everal m mbers of the boa1·d SATURDAY EVE were JJreseut to hear the chi ldr eti The tyra11tty that used to dwell

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report of the co nvention h e I d la t week of the Nationa l A . s c1at1 0 11 f Co ll ges. T he co tJvent1011 wa held in hicago, o n Thursday, Friday a '.1d Saturday of las t week. The assoc1at ion is com JJO sed. of about four hun <Ired meican co lleges, not including the tate niversitie. President lipJJinger po ke of evera l of the pro blems dis cu ssed at the conven ti on. mong th em the pr b1em arising from th e unu sual cond itions im po~cd by the S. A. T. H . e said that th e difficu lti es with which Otterbei11 ha s to co ntend are n greate r. an d in many cases less, t I1an tho se of ot her co ll ege and uni vers itic throughout the cou ntr y. He also si>oke of th e closer b ud which now exis ts between na t io11s. · I and as an examp Ie ment1011ec1 t 1e xchange of s tudents between the ntinued from page one.) nited tates a nd France. Thi ex- Leslie R. . Fox change wi ll soo n exist between very ummary : ub titutionswatt on many of the co u11tries a nd th e C nited for E hrle, \,V illard for wanson, J o hn Sta t e . s II fo r vV ood . Dawso11 fo r J o hn so n, Ha skin s for Daw o n. ix o n for Le lie, R . Fox fo r H o lli11 ge r a nd Richm o 11d for Freeman . Fie ld goa ls ­ Oh Prof! Ku ll 5. Alle11 3, wa nso n, Dawson 4, Albrigh t, Freeman, Richmond, C. ne of our most elevated proI Fox 5. Goals from fou ls- li en, 4 fes rs (whose name was merci­ out of 7: . Fo · . 4 out of 6. Refereefully cut out by the 1>roof-reacl­ ~I r. Ha111ilton of Notre Dame. er) was unfortunately seized by

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" ay" their piece,. The ses ion end- Beside th e Rhine h as one to hell; ed wi th an old-fashioned (we are :S: ow Yankee hands. so tirm and tra, th orry to say) spe lling match conduct- , Plaut e r e the old Red, \Vhite 1M ed by Rev. Burtner. The sc hool wa . , l:J uc. -C harles B. Driseoll divided int o tw parts, headed by , Sc;u::·e c h ear a nd q ui~-e G riffith . I F i II t 11 ! Hypnotist! o mi11-g! T h e h oir of the Un ited Bre thr en ur day !

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the spirit of youth the other day when he saw a gr up f happy boys . and girls with ska te s s lun g over their shou ld ­ e,·s go !au !ting and chalt ·ri ng down to the creek. vVilh great precaution and a beaming cou11tena11cc he poked around in the du,ty corners under th e sloping rafters o f th e attic, and some tim e lat er, after all the eveni11g !> hadows had fallen a11cl the mo II wa s on the way up. he craftily emerged. With his o ld gray s toc king cap (the kind wi th th e tasse l whi h hangs <lown in the back), hi s big r eel mittens and w1·inkl ed trouser s. he might have co ncea led hi identity from t li e tw o Freshme11. who later told the tale, had it not been for tha t kingly stride of his. H c soo n reached the ice under the bridge, . trapp d 011 hi skate . , a11d teetered f rth. A las I he had fa iled to gras1> the trut h that th~ ;_,el l-coo ked meal · of everal year bring corp u­ lence; the ice cracked under him like an egg s lt e ll a nd h e went in up to the football "0" 0 11 hi s weater. He had so ugh t to re­ t urn to his childl:Jood hut he returned home in teacl-rapidly and by a side treet.

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Mrs. Cook's Class Enjoys Party Held Wednesday Evening. ''Laugh a11d the w r1 I la ugh with you" was demonstrat d Wedne. day evening in Lh fi rs t game play cl by 71 1rs . Cook's Sunday Schoo l la · . The11 musical chairs ·rcated more am usement. e pecially on the la st

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.A hort hu~iness meeting followed these games during which ofticers of the cla ·s were elected. A wel l-appreciated program consist­ ed of th e fo ll ow in g number : Piano o lo H e le n a n ee Reacling-"T he Mustard P las ter" \"irg inia Burtne1· \ ·oca l olo-'·B n Jour. Ma Be ll e" Audrey Nelson The good time was ended by the

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COLLEGE SIBY!SO,0.N TO APPEAR ( ontin uecl fro,m page one.) though h elp ed in a_ small de gree by 1:he o llege yet lean s hea vil y on the upport of the acl-vertising feature. When readin_g tl)i, ~aper and when you look throu~b your new ibyl

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While Dr. D.S. Finton Names The Games All this and more too can be seen at

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evening, January 18, 1919. Adults 35e Reserv ed Seats 10c Mail your orders to F. D. Gray.

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d r~.l~;:~ f~: 111 v:~~i•~~ou~~:~l;c~f :~:~ ix t y U 11ited Bre thre n Tue clay evening, when the members of th e church \ en ter tain ed the choir. lt was ''some" 1 kid pa_rt_y, th e hildr en ~ntering in to the p tnt of you th and J llit y as few "partie " do. The g ue ts at the ''party" began arriving a t 7 :30 and , from that tim e n the evening wa one urprise after another. The age I of the b ys and girl ranged from twelve on up; one little boy wa ac- 1 companied by hi s mother, which wa exc_eedi ngly fort~nate for him . I 1 here was no tee to be broken. Fun j abounded from the beginni11g and the hilarity wa at its height at the arriv- 1 al of little rthur pe ard, the

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THE TAN AND CARDINAL THE OTTERBEIN

-and coming nearer home-Otterbei n's own S. A. T. . men may and sh o ul d fee l that they have done their P ublished Weekly in the intere st- o f sha r e, even t hough th ey were no t Otter bein by t he p r iv ileged to se r ve in t he same OTTE RBEI PU BLISHING glo rio us way t ha t t he over-seas men BO ARD , ' ha ve done. \ Veste rv ille, O hio Member of the Ohio College Press Theodore Roosevelt Association A ll th at was morta l of Theodore

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STAFF Editor-in-Chief ........ Helen Keller, '20 A i tant Editor .... Esther Harl ey, '2 1 gntributing EditorsHelen Bovee, '19 Grace Armentrout, ' 19 Business Mgr . .. Kathryn Warner, ' 19 A si ta n t Business Managers­ E li zabet h Mc Cabe, '2 1 Virgi nia B lagg, '22 Circulation Mgr. .. Mary Siddall, ' 19 Aiii tant ·r cul ation Manager sMary T instman , '20 Marve l Sebe rt, ' 2 1 At hl eti E ditor .... leo Coppoc k, '19 L o ca l Editor .......... Ruth Hooper, ' 19 Alu mna ! Editor .... Prof. Guitn e r, '97 E xchange Editor .. Edith Bingham, '20 L iterary Ed itor .... Vida "Wi lhe lm, '19 Address a ll comm uni cation s t o The Otter bein Tan a nd Cardina l, 20 W . Main t ., We sterv ill e, Ohio. Sub sription Pri ce, $ 1.50 Pe r Y ear, payable in advan ce. Entered as seco nd class matter eptember 25, 19 17, at the pos toffice a t We stervi ll e, 0 ., u nd er a ct o f Mar ch 3, 1879.

Rooseve lt was rece n tly laid to rest, but C'a r th cannot enfo ld the immor­ ta l infl uence of a great persona lity. T he career of thi great president was ma rk ed by its ver ati lity. A t t he same time sc ho la r and indom itab le work ma n ; dip lomat a nd lighter; the co m pa ni on of cowl oys an d t he fr ie nd o f kin gs: as muc h a l home in th e Wh it e H o use as on a ra nch. A lth ough ho nored and entertained by fore ign ru lers, he remai ned wha t h e was-an American c1t1ze n w ho he ld fr eedom a nd democ racy as the greatc t forces in life. A lt houg h hi s deat h has ca ll ed forth ma ny tri bu te the o- reatest a nd the sim pl est de ·c rib s him as a '"typ ica l America n vo ic ing the idea ls, tradi­ ti o ns a nd asp irat io n of m il lio n s with th e sa me bir t hri g ht as hi . T heodo re R ooseve lt li ved a li fe, the influ e nce of w hi ch w ill never he dis­ rega rded in th e hi story of hi cou nt ry; a li fe w hich wo n t he respect o f enem y a we ll a fr ie nd.

The P lay Bill I t was a queer o ld yea r. \Nith tar of Be the lehem Acceptan ce for mai ling at pecia l Ma rs and the both in asce nde ncy s imul taneous ly: ra te of postage p rovided for in Se c. wit h i ars raging and peace ce lebra11 03, Act of O ct. 3, 19 17, au t ho ri ze d ti o ns; with s now an d sleig hin g before O ct. 24, 19 18. Th a n ksg ivin g, and ra in a nd suga rin g hr is tm a week; we me r e peop le, th e

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to play and her audience hould think twice before condemning her drama and her presentation. Don't mis understand us. vVe don't mean any such Pol lyanna rot as is sugar­ coa ted in the p h rase, "the drama of th e commonp lace/' or do we in the leas t agree wi t h Mr. George l\Iiddle­ ton in hi apparent interpretation of thi s phra e as signifying . that all drama is commonplace. W hat we started out to say was imp ly tha t there is nothing like an encore after t he first act to make a ripping cli max in t he fifth act; and tha t an ovation the first night wi ll do abou t as m uch to insu re a long nm as a S haw play or a n a ll -s tar cast. T ha t is, we wis hed to suggest that a play may be made or marred by the peop le back of the footlights a s we ll as by t hose in fron t of them; that we a re as honest and tru ly the play­ w ri ghts of the New Year' s Drama as Messrs. Destiny & Pr vidence. -T he berlin Review.

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G. W . STOCKDALE Funeral Director and Embalmer Motor. Funeral Car Ambulance Service On His F urlough . Phones-Citizen 39 Bell 7 1-R A th ird grade teacher who was mak­ W esterville, 0 . in g a n earnes t effort to fami lia ri ze he'.· cla s wi th mi litary te r ms, wa s su r- r ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _ , p ri sed w hen on asking what a fur- , - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , lo ug h was. to receive th i startl ing a n swer from a sma ll gir l : Rhoades & Sons "A fu r loug h is a donkey." The College Avenue " \,Vhy, how did you ever get an idea like th at in yo u r head?" s he inquired. j MEAT MARKET "Because it says , in a book at home," was the answer. Obeyi ng the req uest to bring the boo k to schoo l with her t he next day. OUR COAL the littl e g irl triump hant ly t urned to a pictu re of a s ldie r sea ted n a do n- I Makes Warm Friends key. u nd e r wh ic h was printed: "Go- 1 H . L. BENNETT & CO . ing home on h i fur lough." 62-64 N. State St. 11'1 · 1s · a grouc I1y wor 11 1 11s <. Al 1, me I A fe ll o ws e ld 0111aug1s. I I \,Vhy don't we wear the smi l that we L:se in our photographs?-Ex .

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To th e Ii of O tte r bein men w h o have g ive n th eir li ves for t h eir co untr y · mu s t be a dde d t he name o f Wi lli am C. Mi ller o f H a rt fo r d, \,Ve s t U p -to -Date Pharmacy Virginia . Mr. 11ill er served · la s t )' ear · Eas tma n 's Kodaks a nd Photographic Supplies. a s superintend e nt of schoo ls· a t· Fil m s D e v e l_ oped a nd Prin te c,I at lowest prices. YCa son, \ Ves t Vir ginia. frc,m · ";,hi ch p lace he w as call e d int o t h~ ar m y in Satisfaction Guaranteed May an d wa s se nt t o P a n s l s land, OPTICAL DEP A RT M E NT o ut h a r lin a. E arl y in December h e was t ra ns ferr ed to l ' ti ca , New Eyes Exami n ed Free, E ye Gl asse s and Specta cles a ll styles. Y o rk , f r s pec ia l trainin g. So 11 aft e r t hat he co ntra cted a co ld which GIVE US A CALL OUR PRIC E S R E ASONABLE de ve lo ped into pn e um o n ia fr om wh ich h e di cl D ece mb er 23. In h is death ti o n Law ·, a n d _ th e s ecedi ng of the Otte rb ein lose ~ a st a un c h fri end. lt Wh e n T eac h e r Fa ils. wi ll be rememb e r ed th a t h e was cap ­ S ta t es fr o m th e U nio n .'. ' ( 1,' 1·0 111 JJaJJ,• r , s ubmit te d by app li ' g f 'tl1e b a t t Iesh.1p ·'T h e s in k· ,n tain o f hi s co nf e re n ce in th e campa ign cant ~ fo r tcad1er s' lice n s e s in .:-St ai n e was t h e ca u se f t he Mexican fo r th e e nd o wm ent last yea r. •1 e n 11 ,·ssl't . )

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'07. ·M r s. A r thur :VI. C rumr ine ( ll ary W inl a nd) , a cco mpa n ied by 1frs. J . EXCHANGE A. \,\l ein land, Mr s. E . L. vVein land . an d Mrs. War r en T h o m as o f ,Co lu m ­ b us, O hio, wa s a gu es t la st Thursday .\ t O be r lin thi s yea r th 1.: g irl s a r e a t th e h o m e o f P ro fesso r a n d M r s. ta kin g th e in iti a ti ve in ma ny thi ng .;. F. E . M ill er. Th ey a r e wa itin g ta hl t! a n d s t! n ·i11 g a, ' 10, ' 09. T he litt le da ug ht er o f P r - chap lain s a t th .: hoa rdi ng- h o uses . .\t fesso r a nd Mrs. A lber t K eister thr ee o f th e latte r t h e g ir ls tak e ( My rtl e Ka r g) o f Mo u n t V ern o n, turn s a c t~ ng a s1 ch;jp hti n and t'h e Iowa, w h o came to th eir ho m e 111 ney ea rn t! cl i , t o he in ve s k d in a Decembe r 27, ha s bee n na 111ed l' hy lli s Li ber ty bo nd. G irl s are t o u sher at th e a rti t i·ec ital s t hi s yea r. 1n t h ,· Eve ly n. a d va nce d ch e mi s try ·la~S C' . t ile ma ­ '80 v\l il de r P . Be nd er a nd wife o f jo rity o f t h e s tud ent · a r e g ir ls so t he Bo w li ng G r ee n, Ohio, r ece ntl y e nt e r ­ wo rk o f co rr ec tin g th e pa p er s f b e­ tain ed a number f gu es t s, ce le b ra tin g gi nn e rs a nd ass is tin g in th e lab o ra ­ t h e six ty - fo urth w ed din g a nni ve r ary t o ri es fa ll s t o th em. o f his fa th cr an d mot h er. .Mr. a nd /\Jr s. J osep h Be nd er. i\lr . J ose ph \ Vith th e r e turn of m a ny of th e B end er was o ne o f t he ea rl y s tu de nt s fo r111 er st ud e nt s of Granvill e ·o ll ege o f Otte r be in . having e nt e r ed co ll ege th e D en iso ni a n will un dergo a comin t he fa ll f 185 1. H e is n o w in h is pl ete r eadj us tm e n t. Jt has he 11 man eig h ty -nint h year and is s till enj y in g age d large ly by th e gi rl s of ' hepard good hea lth. so n ·o ll ege th is y ea r, pu re ly a , a wa r f ]·- un kl1o use r ' 13. E lm er N. o m ea sure : a nd 11 IV th ey a r e o nl y too g h tf ul H a ge rstow n, ]Vl a ry la nd, ha s bee n g lad to ha, n d ,t ba ck to its ff ri·1, e lec ted a d irec t o r f th e new ly-o rg a n- ow n{'. rs. . 1 h e_ prese nt sta w, p ut f I t o ut th e fi rs t iss ue af ter vaca t io n, a nd ize cl ' hamb er o f o mmer cc t i a af ter t hat tim e th e s ta ff wil l be c m city. · p le tely chan ged : so th a t 11 0 one w il l '09. Jrvin L. Clymer and littl e da ug h ­ co n sid e r him elf ( it is p ri nci pa ll y ter o f Chi ca go, I ll in o i , we r e v isito r s 'h erse lf' , ho weve r ) a m e mb e r o f th r las t wee k a t th e ho m e o f hi s m o th er , o r ga ni za ti o n un les no t ifi e d to th at M rs. E li za A. ' he lle r o n N o rth effec t.- Th e D en iso ni a n. G rov e tr ect. Th e "Potah" Takes Vengeance. '69. Dr . J. JJ. Landi s, pres id ent o f . B o ne brak e T heo logical Semin a r y . A n eg r o so ldi e r 1_10 "' 0 11 th e_wcS l e r n

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Yo rk ,s ~itu a te d at t h e m o u th i\,facbe th wa s a r m a n ce of noble o f th e .\ma zu n Ri ve r." pe op le. La d y .\11. ac be th wa of com"Th e am o unt o i r a infa ll req u ired 111011 o r un d rt o n e. T hu grea t ad­ fo r g c nc r a l a g ri c ul t t11·, i, , ixtecn fe et." ne s , ar o , · a nd a ll in t e r e s t died ." "T h e 111 0, t gc n t! r a l dirL·c t iun o f t he 1 - Ne w Yo rk Tribune. ,\ lp s is s t ra ig ht up .'' . . ~ , IV

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see Faver ham and Maxine E ll iot a t Very Un ique Contest to be the Hartman Theater, thi week. Staged by the Sibyl Board. (Continued from page one.) Day's-the plac e of <YOO d eats .- .\ d,·. All the fellows will be candidates Ask Virginia Burtner about the pur- for the titles : c!-:a e of ring . I. Best Po litician. 2. Biggest B luffer. A ll week long late comer hav e 3. Greatest Grafter. been arriving unti l the Hall has al­ mo t its u sual number. Cookies and ca kes at Day·s.-:\d,·.

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We are glad to hear that Jessie Weir La Rouche is recovering from her illness and expect to be with u s 11ext we ek.

Greatest January

Sunday noon, the guest were Dr. E. E. Burtner and Mrs. I3urtner, Ruse! Palmer. Ly le Michael. Mrs. ~\Je llie L. :\'ohle and daughte r Louise . Edith Hahn and Tere a Davi of Col umbus, 0. Everybody wants a Sibyl. 6 Iive Gi,·cn and Man-e l ebert e11tertained 111 ho nor of each o ther's birthday 011 Friday e ,·en in g .

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The time limit has not yet been set but w ill be announced later. It i our sincere hope that thi contest ends at isfactorily to everyone and puts a stop to all discussion as to who is the "Prettiest Girl."

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Each person who ha s made a depos­ it for the Sibyl gets one vote whi le those who have paid $2.50 get two votes. Your ballots must be given to Josephin e Foor, Mary Ballinger or F.

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A ma ll but enth usiastic gro up of rooter accompa ni ed t he baske t ba ll team to ranv ill e a tu rda y. I n sp ite -of t he fac t that th e tea m lo t th e game a n d t he crowd e n co un tered a few t r ivial mis ha p , th ey repo rt a plendicl t im e. Boo t th e ho rt S tory Co nt es t!

First Basketball Game of Season Goes to Wesleyan (Co n t inued fr o m page one.) favor. O tterbein ca m e back wi th plenty o f pep in t he eco n d half b ut wa unabl e to ga in gro un d, t h e re ult being t he fina l core of 46 t o 28. T h e li ne up: Wes leyan Otterbein Edle r, Mason Alb r igh t L. F. mi t h, G roves R. F. C. Fox Denison, En i n C. Fre-eman

Girls are Marked at Tremendous Price Reductions which Make Possible Un­ paralleled Values.

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