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WESTERV I LLE, OH I O , FEBRUARY 10, 1919~ PLAYS ADDED T O L IBRARY

FINE OP EN SESSION I

?ub li c Speaking Counc il Provid es An- Philalethea D elight3 Audien ce Wi th Program Prepared for C h r ist-

n ual Fund t o Supp lemen t R efe r cn::e Libra 1·y w ith M odern Pla y ::;.

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!OTTERBEIN WINS IN FAST GAME Team Work and Endurance Give Ot­

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Brooklyn P astor, Add re s ses 7l!o '· .

Thur .- day evening, in the l'hi loma- j terl::ein the Victory Over Cedar­ .\t t he last regu lar n1<:<:ting of the sand W este r ville Listen e:-s . ville Friday Night . l' u blic Speaking l'ou11t·il, a new thean Hall, Philalethea presented the program that had been prepared for J11ovement was instituted Durin,,· WANTS LE A GU E O F NATI ON S Christmas Open Session . F OX HIGH SCORER the past few years. the n.umbcr 0°f The fo llowing 11u111bcr5 were enjoy­ League _S h ould Prevent W ars and amateur p lays given, has increased. ed by an appreciatin· audience: T he O ld Time Pass Work and Short :\ 1ways, t h e prob 1cm of choosing a \'ocal duct-r Live and Love Thee Adjust Differe n ces-Germany play fo r prese n tation has been a puzShot~ F eatured in t he Campana Should N ot J oin Y et. z lin g one . o in order to avo id un- ' Lois Clar k and Faye Byers Game. neccs!:a r y wo r k, t h e Counci l has set Cri t ique-\ \l ins to n "hurchill H ig h tribut e was paid th e dc n o m ­ asi d e a s um of m o n ey to purc h ase a 111 the fastest and most hot ly con­ Rose Goodman i11 a tio11a l co ll eg e b y Dr. S. Parkes ce r ta in num ber of pl ays pe r yea r tested game s taged here for years Ot­ \'ocal So loCadm a n. B r o o k lyn chur ch T u esda y s ui t abl e for r e1 1·od ucti o 11 . Th e LoYe Yo u H ave M acie Me a Ga rd e n terbein deflated .Cedarville Friday evenin g in th e citizen s' 1ec tur e co ur se. a m o unt d es ig nat e d w as $10. P lays T h ompson n ig h t l1y a score of 54 to 23. The ing in the ci t izen' s lec tur e c o ur se. co nt e t w as waged before a large ,' . ec u1a r e d u cat1. o n 1a . f ar. 1ec, w ill b e purc hased b y a com mitt ee a nd / B . F "l ,, 1 11e ea tn ce • rs 1er 1 crowd of loyal bas!c ~t ~i:i!I enthusia ts said . ·.,1 do n o t b eli eve in it. R ea l k e i t as. a r efe r e n ce li bra r y. \,\T h en Sto r y-By Ord e r of Uary Ann w h ic h comp lete ly fi ll ed the gym. Both . . . I a p lay ts n ee d ed , th ese w ill be on L · , 1 0 1s n cams edu ca t io n mu s t h ave 111 it th e s p iri tteams set u p a te r rific pace and were ual element." I ha n d a n d if a su itab le one is fo u nd. l'iano Du c t- M aritana O,·ertu re \ Va ll ace going at top spee d when the final Dr. Cadman Cleclar e d th a t pro t cs- it ca n he .g il'en. 1\ot o n ly w ill . t h is w h is tl e blew. En du rance co u nted . . d . . be a h e n elrt fo 1 · amateur prod uctions Agnes \ "ri ' glit a iicl \ '.i<la w ·th eln, 1 ta11 t1s111 co m 111n e 111 a g r eat u111t ec1 . . • ,, most a nd in this Otterbein exce lled, . h . . . I hu t it will a lso hal'e a li tera r y ,·a l·,.1e .~ddress-D o \ Ve _ 1 .: ,, Ht·n,? . ch urc I1. w it out c1e n o m 1nat1o na 11s111, __ . . · ··, , 1101 comp letely outclas~ing Cedarville in " u rtner .1, a poss1)t .1 ·t·, t y t o I,e f os t erecI an c1 rea 1- I I h e libr a r y contat11s Yery few modVirginio~ w the las t min u tes of play. I e m pla ys a n d th ese new o:ies ca n be \ ·ocal So lo-Se le c ted ized in th e n ear future. From t he start of the game unti[ Ne ll e l\l ill s Support o f P r es id e nt \V i l o n in h is used fo r c la ss r efere n ce • T he I the f\11ish hot1i teams fong11t like mad. program fo r a leagu e of 11ation~ wa C~unri l , h_a"t 1:c:,r tily ndors~d t4t i ,l:{s: itfg~i\; T<"lr. t c1tr-::~tmasTree \la1-1 Dyke !nterc.,t grew with the sco r e which urge d by Dr. Ca d ma n . Suc h a leag u e, new p lan. t 15 hoped t hat t he_ s t u­ wa tied at 2 to 2 and 5 to 5 by the H e len Keller he said w o uld p reve nt wars h ereaf t e r. d en t b ody as a ,y h 6 1e w ill p roht by Ccclarvillians who were able to sur­ •· • • •ff an cl apprccia te their effort. t proPhi la lethea by acl1ucl1 ca tt11 g d t e r ences among napass the loca l five in th e first half by tion s ju t as th e Uni t ed Sta t es su- mote a greater aiid keener intcre t 111 one point. Short passing and brill­ • , . fi I · dramatic art. p bl . S k . C ·1 prem e co urt si t s as · na ar 1''. t er 111 c11 · 1 u 1c pea mg ounc1 __________ ian t t eam work netted the home playEl e cts O ffic er s for S ~ason. putecl matt e r s b etween c.t1zens o:· 1 tates. Former Otterbein Professor Owing to the S. f\. T. C. and its (Cont in u ed on p age two .) Th e leagu e wo uld be of t h e same Resides in W ashington, D . C . I ched ul e, t he P u b lic Speaking CounM r . and Mrs. Harry J. He itman cit was late in organizing this year. hi gh chara c t e r a n d in tegr ity as the feel er. I supreme co u rt, said Dr. Cad- ha,·e just mo,·ed from t he ir h ome in :\ s it was imposs ible for the men to We Wonder W hy! man. :\ew York t o \ \'a h ingto n, D . c., attend t h, reg ul ar meetings, it was \ Vhen ''Bill'' Evans fired those At it;; o utset, th e le a g u e s h ou ld w h e r e Mr. He it m an has a pos iti o n as dec ide d t hat t h e o- irl s shou ld con tin ue seven pisto l shots aft r t he be comp osed o f th ose na ti o n s on ly p ri ,·ate sec r eta r y for Co ngressma n t h e wo r k. Fo u r g ir ls we r e ,' lected Cedarville game F r iclay, was he A lli es of Man· in J o n es of Texas. Mr. He lt - frnm eac h soc iety ~nd ,>fficers were wh ich ar e lik e- min de d. fee li ng haJ'>py, did he th ink it th e l '. ni t e d S tat es a n d na t i ns n ot man wi ll be r emembered as former e lec t e d as f ll ows: P r es iden t , Vi r ­ was the lonesome chance of the identified w ith th e enemie of th e pro fessor of publ ic speak ing in O t- gin,a Burtne r ; vice presi d e n t, Ed ith sea on . was he in some imag i­ all ies shou ld fi r s t b ecome me m bers, ter h e in. Be a n d M r . H e itma n h a, e Bingham; sec r <:tary Mary T in stm a n; nary trenc h firing post hu mous he insi . ted . m:uiy fr ie n ds among co ll ege and treasurer, Ma 1y Ba ll enger with Prof. s hots at the kaiser o r was he Fri t z ,is facu lty t rea u r r. D r. S h e r D r. Cadm a n w o uld a dmit to m em- \ \-'es t e n ·ill c p eop le. t ryi ng to pet rify th e a t mos­ her hi p in the leagu e n o n at ion th a t __________ rick an d I' 1o f. W<.' in land were chose n p here? H e m ade a gang way is not co ntrit e a nd repe n t a n t fo r Presid en t Clipp in ge r to Go to as fac ul ty me mb e r s of th e co un c il. fo ,· h is " ha hea o r p us" anyCon ve ntion in Toronto. Since th e d isba nd in g of t h e . A. T . wrong. Germany h as n ot ye t r eac h way. (Co n t in u ed on pag f! tw o.) C., two m e n fr o m eac h o f th e m e n' s l'r e icle n t vV. G. Cl ippi n ge r , P r es i- socie ti es we r e e lect e d w hi ch inc r ea ses Prof. Fritz Announces d e nt o f th e O hi o S un day Sc h o I As- th e n u m b e r o f m e mb e r s o n th e o un Preliminary Conte s t F e b . 20. soc iat i n a nd a lso a mem b e r o f th e ci l. Execut i,·e Com n11 ttee of th e Int er_________ Prof. Gra bill Add resses T hi s y ea r's D ec lamati o n Co n t es t na ti o n a l S. S. Assoc ia ti o n, leaves R ev. Mr. Courtenay Spe aks Guild o f O rganis ts M onday. pro mi se s to be a very inter es t in g o n e. in Chapel Monday Morning. P r o fesso r G. G. Grabill a ddressed T he C'0 nt es ta nt s ar e all loo kin g fo r ­ T ues d ay fo r T oro nt o, Ca na d a fo r a Rev. Mr. Co urt e na y, th e pa tor of th e e ntrnl Ohi o Ch a pte r of th e wa rd to th e pre liminary c onte st, t hr ee days· JOlll t ses io n of th e whi ch wil l b e h e ld F e bruar y 20, in o ffi c ia ls of bot h In ternat io na l a nd t he M e th o di t C hur ch o f W e t r v1'll e , Am e ri ca n G uild of Organi st s at th e . o r gan izations. macle hi s fi r s t ap1,earan ce in th e col- 1·e gu tar m o nt J11y mee trn · g o f th e c hapP ro fe so r Fritz' s r oo m . At thi s t ime , YVo r ld Tw o prob le m s confront th is con- lege c ha p e l M o nday m o rnin g. In- t er, h e ld in Columbu s 011 M o nda y six pe r ons will b e c h ose n for the fi nal con te s t, F e bruar y 27, whi c h wi ll fe r e n ce fo r di sc u io n. O n e i th e s t ead o f th e cu s t o mary scr ipture ev e ning, F ebr uary 3. Professo r Gra­ take place in th e C h apel. The pub ­ n ee d of a c lo ser fe d e r atio n a n d fe l- r ea din g and prayer, R ev . ourt e nay bi ll spoke on two s ubj e cts-"The Acl­ li c is in vit ed t o thi . final co nt es t. lows hi p b e tween d e n om in a tio n a l o r - de li g hted th e s tud e nt s with a n u mb e r vantage s t o an O r ga n i t of the Study Th e pri zes a r e we ll worth w o rkin g for g a n izati o ns w h ich m ay r es ult in t h e ir of o ri g in a l po e m s, s howin g that he is o f Co unter -poi nt an d Harmony", and and th ose w ho may not be fort u nate co rr e la tions, a n d th e o th e r is th e a poe t a s w e ll a s a p r e acher. It is " S ho ul d O r ga ni s t s S tu dy O r che s tra­ enough t o w in o n e, wi ll h ave obtain­ la un c h ing of a g reat ca m p ai g n for t o b e h o p e d th at h e wi ll be in t he , tio n ?" T he peec h es wer e fo llowed e rv ice s again in the nea r by an in fo rm a l di sc uss ion by th e. ed exp eri e n ce th a t wi ll ben e fit them tw e n ty mi lli on d o ll ar s to p·r o mote the c hap e l Sund a y S c hoo l work o f th e wo rl d. future . member s of t he Guild . for th e ir wo rk.

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OTTER BEI N W INS. I N F AST GAME ( Coi·tinued from page one.) er s m o s t o f t he t heir points and Ot­ terb ~in wo r ked t his th rough o ut the game . Durin g t he fir s t pe ri od, th e sco rin g wa s nearl y even. Free m a n tarted thin gs fo r O tte r h~in with a pre tty co un ter bu t th e cda rvill c players ca me ba k with courage and ti ed th e s co r e a g ain a nci aga in . Thi s co ntin ­ ued fo r a fe w 111i nutc unti l the vi sit­ o rs too k t he lead hy o ne point. th e half endin g w it h t he sco r e o f 17 to 16 in th eir fav o r. W ith th e o ld time team w rk 111 e vi dence th e Ta n a nd ar d in a l team t ied th e sco re 23 to 23. Th en it wa s tha t O tt er bei n deve loped a sudd e n bur st o f s peed and from t hen o n the h ome te am had ea sy sail ing, mpl ete­ ly bewi lde ring t he visito rs with their lightnin g pass ing. In th e final min ­ ute s o f the game, Ceda r ville sca r cely tou ched the ball and Otterbe in wo n a ha rd fou g ht game by a score o f 54 to 23. a p tain foox ' p laying wa s th e fea ­ ture o f th e s tr ugg le for tterbein . Beside ma k ing go o d for 15 basket s h e pbyed a fi ne floor game. Albright p ut up a w hirlwi nd fight as fo rward a nd p la yed o ne o f the bes t games of hi ca ree r. H llin ge r' de fen sive wo r k was rema rkabl e, a usua l. Linc- up: Otterbein Cedarville A lbright H. F . re well F r eem an L. F. Co ll in Fox C. hestn ut M eye r s Huey R . G. L. G. Wri g ht H o ll inge r S u m mar y: Fie ld go al s- Fox I 5, A l­ b ri gh t 7. Free m a n 2, Ri c h mon d 2. Foul go al s-f<'ox_ 4. Su b s t ituti o ns­ Otterbe in . R ich m o nd for Freema n . Corne tet for Me yer s. Rde ree- M r. D un lap .

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byter ian Bo ard o f F o reig n l\ l iss io n s. 1 Rev . . l\L Zw e mer. F . R. G. S., rnver s1ty . W ar D epartmen t I ss ues O r d e r R e- o f Cair o Instructions. gard ing W ea r ing of K hak i b y S ig n w ith 11 0 111 d e plum e acco m­ D isc ha r g ed Soldie rs. pani ed by n a m e an<l addr ess in a ea l­ Li e ut. Fa r ra r. forme r c mma ndan t ed e nv e lo p e. o f the tt e rb ein tucl e nt rmy Train A rti c les mu s t be t ypew r itt e n o n n e ing Co rp s . ha s r ec ei ,·ed th e fo ll ow in g ~id e o f 8 }'., x l I s h ee t s: m u s t be 1·ece iv­ co py o f \,Var D e partment Order :N o . ecl a t S tud e n t Depaf't m e nt. 347 ivfad1 43, iss ued January 25, g o verning th e o n A ve nu e . J\ew Yo 1·k C it y. hy p ril wear in g o f th e unif rm by di sc ha r ge d 15, 19 19. o fli cers and c n li tecl me n: Present law a uth o ri zes a di s b arge d B AR N ES ST O RY CONT EST ON office r o r so ldi er to wear hi s unifor m fro m th e place o f di cha rge to hi To Close A p r il 15-S to ri es Must H ave ho m e, w ith in thr ee m o nth s o f th e da te His torical Ba s is- Up pe r - Class­ of hi s d isc harge fro m th e se rvi ce. m en Urged t o Compete . Th e r eaft e r th e o tri ce r may w ear hi s .\ p ril tif tcc nth is t he d a te se t for unif rm o nl y up o n occasi ns o f ce r e­ 1 th e clos in g of th e Ba rn e ho, t m o ny. S to ry co nt est. l? is co nt es t , \\'!1ic h Th e c nli tcd m a n m u~ t re turn hi s is o p e n o n ly t o Se ni o r s a nd J u 111 o r , uni fo rm within fo ur m o nth s o f el a te o f was fo und ed scv ·r a l years ago by di sc ha rge: hut ca n wea r it o nl y a s Mr. \\' a lt e r Ha rn e ·, a s a me m o ri a l to st at ed a bo ve. hi s fath er. o ngr ess, A n ac t is no w befo r e Th e r e a r e thr ee pri ze g i\'e n-fi r s l. wh ich if pa ssed. w ill aut ho ri ze e nl ist ­ fo rty do ll a rs: seco nd , t we nt y d o ll a, ; e d m e n to kee p th e uniform w h ich t hird , te n d o ll a r s. If th t• 1·e a r e n o t h ey are pe rmitt ed to wea r home. and co nt es ta nt s . or if th e p r od uct io n s cl to w ear th a t parti cular unif rm , onl y, p ro vid ed so me d is tin c tiv e mark o r in ­ 11 t m ea · u re up t o t h e ta nd ar cl, th e sig nia, to be i s ued by th e \ Var De- m ney is turn ed o ,·e r to t h e co llege library. pa rtmcnt, ha ll be wo rn . Th e t o ri cs s u bm itte d m us t co n It wi 11 th us be c learl y see n tllat . n. d ne ither und er ex i ting o r pr pose d is t o f no t less t ha n fo ur t h ctsa la w wi ll a di sc har ge d so ld ier h e per- wo rd s; th e t h e m c. 1'.1u t l~c pa tn o tt c. · te cl to wea r u111' fo n11 s ma cl e Ily a nd l eac h good n11t . c 1t1. ze 11 hi p: .th e setI I 1' h tin " mu ·t he h 1s t o n c: th e entire co · ·1· ey may " . mc 1v1 1a n o r o l 1er ta y o r s. · p o iti o n m 11st fo ll ow t h e r ecog . I a1. u11 1I ega 11 y w ea r 0 11 I y t I1e par t 1cu .. n1 zcd fo rm whi ch th ey ha ve bee n pc rrnitt ed \ ru les fo r go cl s h o rt s_t o r y_ wnt in g . 1 t re tain . Th e h ead of t he E n g li sh depart- , G O) m e nt , are n : ry anxious that the ( -+Zl, A . · . S · cl J . I s l)e wcil By o rd e r of th e, ec r c tary o f \Va r: ern o r a n un io r s ca P ey to n . l\Iarch . r p rese nt ed in t he co nt es t thi s ye a ,·. Gen e ra l, hi e f o f ta ff. Th ere is e n oug h ta lent for creat i,·c I'. C. .H a rr is, T h e Ad.iutant Ge ne ra l. w ritin g in th e t wo c la c s to make an in te r es tin g com pe titi o n . a w e ll as O PP ORTUNIT Y F O R WRITERS t o pro mi se ,·a ri c d t y p es of stor ies . T he t im e spe nt o n wo rk o f thi s kin d Prizes O ff ered to Stud en ts T h r o u gh wou ld not he lost. even though the 1 iu Lam . the lec t u r e was of persona l f Depart:nent of Y . M . C. A . for 111 n ey r ewa r d wer_ c n o t won . o r t 11c I Best O rigin a l P a pe r. s lig h test effo r t 111 story w n t 111 g I

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( Co11tinuc<1 fr om page o ne.) eel a ~a t isfactory stage of contr it ion, e ry o cl s t y le, he declared . The league sh o uld not be over load­ fabric and w a e. ed w it h resp nsibil it ies at fi r s t, h e t o perfec t l:v s'.¼id. l either did h e expect it to start o u t perfect a n d wi th o ut room the Internationa l om mitt ee o f th e I m e n o f ev r y bui ld. for imp r oveme nt. D r. Cadm a n said , , 11n. s t1.a n A ssoc •iat1o • n. U · B · P astor G ives I n terest ing Yo u ng ,"1ens he ha d a horro r o f pe rfec t peo pl e. Ill ust r a t ed L ec ture on C h ina. o ffe rs t h e fo ll o win g pri ze fo r t h e bes t Dr. ad ma n ca m e t o g ive th e fi fth 1,000 wo r d o r ig ina l s tat e m ent by s tu l n p lace o f t h e r eg ul ar un day n u mber in th e cit izens' lec tu re co ur se . de n ts o n th e ab o ve subj ec t. ~ TH~ ._____, n ight sen·icc, Rev. il urt ne r ga, e a n D ue t o effor ts by th e b ro th erh oo d of lass 1o llege a nd C ni ve r sit y S tu - ill1• st r a t ecl lect ur e o n h in a. I t h e \V cs t cr v ill c ch urc h es th e doors T h e lec tt1r e dw e lt c hi e fl y o n th e I de nt s: we r e t hrow n ope n to all co m e rs, fr ee 1st prize-$300. work of t h e l: ni te d B r e thr e n C h u , ·h I of charge, a nd a ll t h e c hu rc h was fi ll ­ 1 in Ca n ton a nd S iu La m . i\ s the 2nd p r ize-$200. ed . I t was D r. Cad m a n' s second ap­ 3rd p ri ze-$ 100. ' \,\'este r vil le t..:. Il . C hur c h is fi n a n ci n g peara n ce o n a W es te r vi ll e p lat fo rm. C lass I I-G raduate Sc h oo l St ude nt s: th e Chri s tian w o rk in a c ti o n f ~"===============================5!1 T h e lect ure urse w il l clo c in I t p ri ze--$200. int er es t to a ll c hur ch m c m b r s. Th e 1 - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - ----. Apr il. w ith t h e a pp eara n ce of Mi · sc r \' i ·e was we ll a tt e nd ed a n.cl Re,·. 2nd pri ze-$ 100. G ay Ze no la Ma c l a r e n, e nt e r ta in e r. H. L. Bennett & Co. la s 1 11 - 1 r cparat o r y a n d Hi g h Hurtn r a nn o un ce d th a t lec tur e on I Sch o ol Stud e nt s: th er fo r e ign fi e lds w ill b e fo rth o m 62-64 N . S t ate S t. Coming Bac k at t h e Cour t . 1s t prize-$200. ing in th e n ea r futur e. Judge ( everc ly ) - " Ar e n' t y o u 2nd priz e-$100. to Burn. ashamed to be seen her e so oi te n ?" The fo ll owing hav e con se nted to " \,\Th a t becam e o f the patent -leath Bo ozy Bi ll-"\,\fhy , b less y e r honor, ac t a s j udge .: e r sh oes y o u wor e la s t wint e r ?" this p lace is qu ite resp ec tab le te r so m e I'rofe so r D . J . Flemin g o f U n io n " Th ey hav e go ne to t he wa ll." J uni o 1· and eni o r s . yo u ho uld go place whe r e l' n1 seen." - Bos to n Theo logi ca l Seminary. " Why? \ Va n't the lea th er good?" out for th e Barne S h ort to ry Co nT r an cript. R ev. Wi ll iam P . Schell of t he Pres" Ye ; but t h e patent expired ." tes t!

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Published Weekly in the i;terest of Otterbein by the OTTERBEI PUBLISHI NG BOARD, Westerville, Ohio Member of the Ohio College Press Association STAFF Editor-in-Chief ........ Helen Keller '20 Assistant Editor .... E ther Harl ey'. '2 1 Co ntributing EditorsHe len Bovee, ' 19 Grace Armentrout, '19 Business Mgr. .. Katheryn Warner, '19 Assistant Busines s Managers­ Virginia Blagg, '22 Myrna Frank, '21 Circulation Mgr. .. Mary Siddall, '19 Assistant irculation ManagersMary T in s tman , '20 Marvel Sebert, '21 Athletic Edi tor .... C le o Coppoc k , '19 Local Editor ......... ... Hazle l ayne, '2 1 Cochran Hall EditorRuth Hooper. ' 19 Alumna! Editor .. Prof. A. G u itner, '97 Exchange Editor .. E dith B ingham , '20 Literary Editor .... V ida Wilhelm, '1 9

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stitucncy of Otterbein ollege. nd o nl y h e includes in hi ideal the r' while it has alway been, and shou ld sacredness of the .'promised word. C. W . STOUGHTON, M. D. co ntinue to be the policy of the Tan 31 W . College Ave. and Cardina l to reflect the sentiments .,.,_,,._,"'-,..,A..,.,.,_,,._,.,.,_,,._,,...,.,-..,,,_,.,_ of s tud ents. it is also th e function of a Westerville, Ohio denominational college paper to stand Bell Phone 190 Citizen Phone 110·1 by the traditions and s upport the pol­ ,., icies of the church which· it repre- ~.,.,_,,._,.,.,_,,._,,.,_,.,_,.._ ,..,.,,_..,. ~ l .. sents . Due to the prevailing senti- Dear Edi tor: men t of our c hurch people, who are To th ose of Otterbein who are "we II G . H. MAYHUGH, M . D . opposed t o dancing as a recognized informed" and to th e re s t of us w l10 form of entertainment, we realize. are "mi s informed, prevaricators, at1d East College Ave. when we consider the que s tion serio u _ abnormal physically," as Mr. Jo hn so 11 ly. th at it is use less to advocate clan - classifie s us, l wish to say that b y Bell 84-R Phones-Citizen 26 cing £01· O tt erbein n ow. Unt il th e per-I s.ome mi take my name was not pu bso n s in contro l of o ur co ll ege socia l life I heel unde.r the article advoc.ating s 0are converted to dancing here in Ot- 1c ,al act 1v1t1 es, but I wrote 11, and I r t erbein. it mu st ne cessa rily be k ept ' ha ve alw_ays und erstood t hat it is be t DR. W . M. GANTZ o ut of th e socia l program. This co n- t er t o c ling t o one' s convictions th a 11 Dentist dition can be . met, at best, in a spir it to be .a hypocr ite when it comes t 0 of reluctant acceptance by tho e who th e principle s for which one stands. Bell Phone 9 fav or a c hang e. but it ce rtai nly s h o uld Although we realize th at at pre sWesterville 15 w. College Ave. n ot b ecome a se ri ous " bone of co n - ent danc111g 1s o ut of th e quest ion a t tention ." a sc h oo l that is s upp o rted by a c hur c h After all, the social life of Otter- whose creed forbid it, we who d 0 r

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State St. th e facu lt y to pl:.i11 par ti es for us. so ned." and to invite u s to c.rne and enjoy We who ap,p r ove of dan ci ng and so II Address all communications to The th em when evnythin~ is prepared. cial act iviti es as moral issues are sti I Le t's drop the discus s io n o f dancing moral . and good eno ugh to be loya Otterbein Tan and Cardina l, 20 W. now. and turn o ur at t e nti on toward s u ppor ter s of thi s Chri s tian college ' ~fain St., Wes terville, Ohio. nd th ose who d isa pprove-probab ly Subsripti on Price, $ 1.50 Per Year, brig h tei1i11g up Otterbein soc ial life a by m ore practi cal mean s. The bor- 1becau se th ey are un co mfortab le o r payabl e in advance. rowed edi toria l ha s accomplished it s awkward at ~ socia l function-wo ul d Entered as seco nd cla ss matter tw o fold purp ose-le t' s talk about hav e a hard tim e s upp o:-t ing it alone. lt has bee n sa id t h3.t there is harm September 25, 1917, at th e postoffice so mething else!- Editor. and danger in dancing with one o f at Westerville, 0., und r act of the opposi te sex. Those w h o are we l I The Sacredness of the Promised Word March 3, 1879. informed , in my opinio n, are th ose Perhaps n o o n e more than an edi ­ Acceptance for mailing at specia l who be li eve the s tatement made in tor h as the opportunity of dis cover­ rate of po tage provided for in Sec. Ch ape l Thursday morning, that ing h ow sac red so m e of the said edi1103, Act of Oct. 3, I 917, authorized "Te mptati on is the st r ong man's op­ t or's acq uaintanc es cons'de r th eir Ocl 24, 1918. portu nity to do right , and the wea k prom ise By whic h vague , tatement 111:t.1' s oppo rtunity to do wrong." we mean that in th e u sua l co ur se of _Florence E. Loar. We Announce the Results . th e week's events . we ask ce rta in The editorial enti tl ed, "Danc in g", people t o write fo1· the Tan and ar- - . E , published in a recent is s ue of the Tan d 1n • al. A nd we u s uall y r eq ue s t that ' 1 o t 11e · d1tor· · and Cardinal. ha s been. to use a s lan g th e fruit s of th eir labors be handed Dan c rn g 1s a natural tenden cy; it i ' B. C. YOUMANS, Barber phrase, "cussed and di sc u ssed" fr ee ly. to us at Chapel 011 Friday mornin.g. one of th e n or mal m odes of expresregarding th e Almost invariably th e reply comes. sio n . Forget the word '' dan c,Student se ntim e nt 37 N . State St. dance ha s been frankly exp re ssed in "A ll ri g h t." But a lthough some which seems to have acqu ired a bad Shop closed at 8 o'clock except • "Club Talks". A ll parties interested . ,, copy " roes arrive 011 sc 11edulc tim e. co . nnotation. l s it wrong to keep 1 11 Saturday. oth pro .a nd co n , h ave ha.cl an eqt'.af most of it comes in Sa turda y or 11c to mu sic? · l"f so, ma n y good t b 011 opp~rtun1ty to t a k e part Ill the d is- S unday or Monday . 1 O\v the paper p<.:ople had bette r tie a sto n e to the ir cuss 1on. Othe~s h ave be e n frank,_ so I is usua lly finished by l\l onclay 110 n, feet while the organis t p lays the pre­ now we too wi s h to explain ca ndi d ly in sp it e of the se delays, a nd it is not luclc t o t h e c hur c h serv ice, and c hil ­ G . W . STOCKDALE a few thing s. \file copied the or igina l o f the inconvenience to the staff th a t drc11 mu s t no longer m arch ou t of Funeral Director and Embalmer the schoo l-room and down th e s t eps editorial from th e Obe rlin Review fo r we wish t o peak . Motor Funeral Car Ambulance Service two rea so n s. Fir s t th e arg um ent But it is a fact tint some of u s co n- in time to some li vely a ir. Dancing Bell 71 -R seemed to ·us t o b e a bo ut t h e best we I sider o ur promises li g htly . is n o 111 ore tlia11 this in a more de ­ Phones -Citizen 39 100 Wes·terville, 0. had ever see n in favor o f dancing. Thoughtless ly we say. •·aJI right. l ' II i n·loped form. ' ·1\11y o 11 e li kes t o sec a econcl. we had an idea that s uc h an do it." and then s traightway forget ··gym" class go through a serie s of ed itori a l in th e Tan and Cardinal abou t it. Or if we do remember , we exercises in " perfe~t . COUil~ o r in tim e r ' would create so m e excitement, and th ink th at ther e is plenty of tim e. and t musi c. fhat · 1s danc111 g a lso, 111 fur :,iisl~ peopl ~ with a s ubj ect _of con- that if we don't get it done 011 time I different form. l;~eryone h as, to ver sation besides c urr ent gossip. The we won't be sco lded very hard. Thi some extent, a d es ire t o respond to The College Avenue idea has provcc_l we ll founded. Com - attitude i~ wrong. If we were as con- 1th e s timulus of mu sic.. ment ha s run hi g h; we o ur e lves h ave sc ie nti o u s as we shou ld be. we wou ld Th e n why suppress 1t ? Simp ly b e­ MEAT MARKET even been referr ed t o as "th ose who I co n . ici er we ll befo re making a pro m - 1 cau se dancing has been co ntroll ed foster ed s u c h diaboli c principles", isc. no matter h ow trivial. and then largely by a low c lass of people and etc., bes ides being t o ld personally by live up to the le tter of that promise. they have degrad ed it. Many folks , ome that our n erve was admi r ed, and regardle ss of the cost. do not discriminate between th e inYou get more Groceries for less by others that we were extreme ly \ !\Te all kn ow some men and women decent kind and ,the wholesome, ex­ money at foolish and harbor ed low ideals. Ot- whose ''word is as good as the I pressi,·e kind - o,f.. df1t1Ci11g which is C.H. REED ' S terbein i. aroused . bank," and we know, too. that it is a ga inin g grou 1Jcl. Hciwever, the same 21 N . State St. But to co n sid r th e quest ion seri- pleasure to do bu ine ss with them. kind of peop le who hav e degraded ously. It may be that th e majority The unfortunat e thin g is that s uch the dan ce ha ·e ..i i o produced and of the student s now in sc hool are not people are in the minori ty . The con - r e,·e lled in a fot of :rotten lite rature, opposed to dan ci n g. 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ing hir, . i ter at the family home in \Vest ~Lain street. '13. Roscoe H . Brane of Westerville , ha s accepted the po ition of manager of the pure food market in the large department store of the Rike-Kumler Company of Dayton, O h io. Mr. Brane returned last week from the . I ea t where he had been inspecting '94. A telegram received in Dayton simi lar departments in large eastern fr 111 Bishop A. T. H oward an noun- st0 re ·. ces his arrival in Brest. France, on hi '08. Professor L. E. G:irwood, wh return from Africa. He expec ted to was teacher in the High School at sai l from Bordeaux for the United I Nutley. >lew Jersey, is now professor States and will probably arrive here I of hi story at Coe ·o tl ege, e<lar Rap '1

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Tl cl' y M A 10 se .~ tt en mg . · · · · meetlllg . last l bur . day n ight, were favored with a quiet, heart-to-heart ta lk by Dr. . na ve ly.. .\s the .Bible Study. groups . were to be o r gan , ized at this meet ing, Dr. . na,·ely rema,·ks were. al l r elatn·e to the advantage derived from a . close study of the Bible, and the plea ure and gain received by a ssoc,a_ '88. Miss Helene Keller of Lancaster. tions and fellowships formed among Ohi , is piano soloi t and accompan- th e 111emb r of a Bib le t u dy group. ist in th: conce rt _company headed !JY I Dr. Sna,·ely remarke~ that 75 per Dr. le [heobald1, v1ohn1 t, of hn~- cent of co lle ge alumni valued the tiana, Norway. Ju t now they are I friendships and a sociations formed touring in the Ea,t. in college :dJo,·c any other benefit de1 ' 94. J o I1n A . I1oema k·er o f 1,•tt 1 s- I rived during their college . . course. ' • • t t '. \ncl where can o ne !111d fnends of . . IJurgI1 I· cnnsy 1van,a, 11as Jus · re urn· 11ome a f ter a 1)US1ness · t np · ' truer purpose ,and . of lofti e(I to ' 1llS . er idea ls f cve r:il weeks to Harpers Ferry than tbos~ f und ,n a Bible Study group uch as the Otterl>cin Y. M . and \Va s hington, D. C. . \. is instituting? '93. l'rofes or William H. F us and Vital problems of eve ry clay life wife of Lexington. Kentucky, were in will also he discussed in the Dib le \V c•stcrvi ll e for a few days last week. 1 tudy gro ups. Sure ly thi s wi ll be an . . t•ntolcl benelit, for if we ca nnot so h ·e '98. E G LI yd o f \ \ esterv1 11 e 11as . . . · ·. the ln\'1al pr blerns now certa in ly been app 1ntecl by t11e county com. • k the mammoth world problems of fu 1 p 1ace _o f J o I111 I lure m1ss10ners t ta ·e tie ,ears will n t he sol\'cd. Scott a s street car comm1ss1on r of \/ . f D 1 cone 1usion the \\' esterville lin e. The position · ter tic r. na,·ecarries with it a s:ilary of f-1fty ct·o tla,· s I ly' s remarks, the following Bible a month, paid by the olumbus Rail- st t1 dy g r o up s were formed: Su nday , 8 A. M.-l\Ir. Vernon. way. l,ower and Light ompany. own ers of the \V este rville line. t nd ay, ,\ . M.,-Mr. \V e il s. Tue day. 6 l'. M.,-Mr. H . E. Mi ch At the last meeting of the New ael. · ·entury ·tub ot \V es tervi ll e, held at . TPesday . 6::!0 I'. M .,-Mr. J{obcrts. the home of .\l,·s. ·eorge L. tough \\' eclnesclay, (i I'. 1-1.-Nlr. Jaynes. ton, '92, ill rs. \V . ill. antz. '06, was I Thursday, 7 P. M.,-Mr. IJarthelow. elected pre . iclent of th e club for the l t is a rdently hop d that every ensuing year, .\lrs. E. \V . E. ch ear, I man in Otterbein. 11 t already en'13. first vice pre idcnt. and Mrs. J. ! rolled in one of the ah "e groups. \\' , Jones, ·ss. second vice pre ident. wi ll do so immediate ly. '99. illrs. George \ V.alters (Bertha , , . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . 1 ;~:on:--~tet;n~:d\~i~;!~~na;:~ r\Nvei~;t\~t~~ I, f · d · \ V st ·11 nen s ,n e erv , e. "T h e Source·· wa th e interestin g ' 14. 1 lr s. ladden F. Evans (Esther I stdi j c-ct of the meeting led by Harriet Van Bu skirk of \Va shingt n, D . C .. Raymond. h e chose for the basis ca_mc to \.Ve sterville la s t week. She I of her talk ":'he Source" by He1~ry ,nll remain here a month as gue t of an Dyke. 1 here was a ·111all city her parents. _Dr. a_nd Mrs. F. ir. V:rn situat ed in an arid ~•alley. .\t time s Bu · kirk of East ollege Avenue. the water would spri ng forth and th e '92. n the o ccasion of the birthday valley w uld become ferti le. ,\ t anniversary of Dr. Otto B. Corne ll on other lim es the ,·alley would be dry January 30, the members of hi s family and parched and no living thin g entertained the officers of Blendon could grow. This mysteriou ph I Lodge at six o'clock dinner in hi hon- I nomenon was explained when someor. Among those pre ent were Pro- one clisco ven,d that the source lay 1 fessor E. \.V. E. ·chear. -'07. Elbert M. far hack in an ol d ca,·c. a nd that when Rymer, '06, and Ralph \V . mith, ' 12. the people of the city visited the '17. larence A. Hahn, who has been ource ften, the water would I ubble in military service in hicago, is visit- forth and make the dry rnlley fertile . _J

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CLUB TALKS w ho have made the s upreme sacrifice (Co ntinu ed from page three.) for th e cause they thought right, the poets and essayists fro111 exp r essin I s t udent s of _O h io We s leyan h ave pass­ themse lves through the same me- ed a re olut1011 to erect a monument on diutn; a nd from the latter o ur ta n -: th c campu on which will_ be inscribed dards of literat ur e h ave b e n formed, th e names of th ese men. 111 o rder that not from the low type. The s ame s tudent o f the future may se e how way with art and any other m o de of \Ve s leyan men s prang to their co unelf-expression: among degraded peo- try' . se rvice in the great war a nd gave thei,· liv es for the ause o f de­ pit' it is degraded, a 111ong the cd umocracy.- The Transcript. cated a nd high -minded it is e le,·ated to a fine a rt . Thoughtful William \\.hat helter place than Ouer bein, "\, illiam," s napt t he dear lady, vic­ where we find the best o f everything, iously, ' 'didn't l hear the c lock s trike to prove th at dancing can be ·lean two as you came in?" and wholesome. The g irl f och ­ '' You did, my dear. It tarted to ran H all prove it twi ·c a nd three s trike ten, but l sto pped it to keep it time a da y w h en they s kip aro und from waking yo u up ." --Tit - Bits. over the library floor. ft must be Soph: '' \Vhat goes ro und a buttin ?" pro,·ecl to the , oriel s ome time bc­ o- Ed : "A buttonhole." cau e peop le wil l a lways dance, just o ph : ''You lose." as they a lw ays have from the ti me o f Co-E d: ''\Vhat?" Davi d wh en th ' Y ga,·e prai 5e with Soph: ' '.A goat." mu ic and dancing. \ ha t better tim e th an now when all s tandards , '·Are they seasoned troops?" e pecial ly educational, a1·e c han ing? "They o ught to be. They were It may he ca ll ed 0 111ethin g e lse but first muste,·ed in by their officers and sometim e we sha ll k •ep time to music then peppered by the enemy" at Otterb ein . - Baltimore Americau. If elen Do,·e c. Our boys in France a rc no lo ng e r ailed " Doughboys ." They have EXCHANGES ea rned th e 11a 1i1e •·Dut ch C lea nser.." .'\!mos t immediately upon the dis­ ilver and Gold. banding of the S. A. T. C. at Ohio Wesleyan, an R. 0. T. ·. unit was o rKernel- Did yo u bury a ll the dead ga nized . ~faj or H. P. \ Vard has as I o rd e red this morning? cha rge, a nd o-.·er o ne hundred men l 1·ivit-_Ye s , s ir, but we had a little are enroll ed. trouble with o ne o f them. . . l Kernel- What? Oberlin o ll ege 1s Justly proud o f l'rivit-\,Vhy, o ne o f them raised up the reco rd made by th ~ berlinfr· 111t·. o n his e lbow a nd sa id he wa n't dead. 0 11 hu\ance lJnit on th e 1 talian But th e n h e wa o ne o f them d-d The entire uni t is ,·ecommendcd for German . 'and yo u never can believe the Italian V-' ar ross: and is s poken anythiug they . ay, so we buried him of as showing "an un co mm n spirit o f anyway. sacrifice un der fire." T he c liege o b serve d o lonel T heo ­ hi l' niversity President Ellis o f ays he considers final ex amina ti ns a dore Roo sev elt's dea th t hr ugh a me ­ mere waste of time: and fo r t his term. morial a ddr ess a t chapel by Doctor at lea t. they arc to be d is pen se d \ ·an de r Py!, and by flying the co l­ an with, accordiug to a recent ruling of lege fl ag a t half -mast. Doctor o lonel Rooseve lt the faculty . The s tudents a ll agree der J'yl pok e f hearti ly with Dr. E llis' view of t he a· a ty pical A m er ica n w hom a ll 111u t ho n or irres pective f pa rty. 111atter.

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Of the thr ee hundred and n inety ­ If We Only Understood. two men who were e nrolled in the .. knew the ca 1·es a nd trial., :\. T. '. unit, eighty -e ight have s igni ­ Knew the elrort. a ll in vain, fied their intention of di~co ntinuiug nd the bitter disap pointment, their coll ege co urse. T his is below U nderstood the lo ss and pain­ the average percentage of men t hat vVould the gr im e ternal roughne mo:t Ohio colleges lnve lost, an d the See m-I wo nder- j ust the amc? majority of th e eighty-eight a re Freshmen wh o would not have taken ·hould we help where now we hind r? S hould we pity w here we blame? l:niversity work had it not b e n fo r the advantage o ffe1·ed by the S tudent Ah! we judge ea ch o ther harshly, ,\rmy Traiuin g o rps.- Ohio Wes ­ Kuowing not life' s hidden force ­ leyan Tra n script. K nowing not the fo unt of action ls less turbid at its SO Lll'ce; A negro boy was rtin vcr hy a train and a neighbor was telling ab ut it. Seeing not a mid the e vil .'\II then go lden g rains of good, "lt were a ad case: o ne ob de saddes' l ever hea r d. De boy was jus' runnin' And we'd lo ve eac h o ther better If we o nly und e rstood. cro s de railr oad track bringing home a big watamilon . He ot down on de Co uld we judge all deeds by motives rail to plug dat milon to see if id wu That surround each other's lives, ripe and de train came 'I ng an' ki ll ed e e the naked heart and spirit, him." Know what spur the action gives, "Oat am certain ly terrible." said a ften we wou ld find it better, 1 negro tandin g by, and then, ''Yo' Purer than we judge we should­ didn' t hear, I uppo c, whether de 'vVe s hou ld love each other better milon was ripe ?" lf we on ly understood . - Rudyard Kipling. r Patronize Tan & Cardinal Advertisers Patronize Tan & Cardinal Advertisers As a mem orial to the eleven men

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L OCALS hour at Cochran H a ll and talked wi t h t he Y. \\'. A. cabinet girls. At chapel 11 last Tue. day morning President Clippinger. with appropri~I nday n ight occurred seve1·al ate pre liminary remarks. awarded lumber parties w hen it was r u mor\' arsitv "O' " to the fo ll owing f t- eel that mi chief was af ot. ba ll n;en: :--Jcyc rs, H.: Smith. '. L.: .. J\frlkus, I•.: ll owc. M. L.: ll owa,d . hr~l ba~ ket ba ll asualty! :--li lclrccl ]. G.; .\ l cDonald, J.; Camp, R. s., ai id 1 S h ull ·prained her ank le. outhw ick, C. ,\ t ten o'clock Thursday night the · T.ee I',ot I,. w I10 1s ·• t e a c-1 1 11· ig Dorm g irls crept stealthily down ett1c . . . stairs and surpri eel l\lr. Rilea with a m C o 1um 11us. wa, t 11e gue t o [ I1e1 . . · I s .saturcI ay n1g · I1 t ancI serenade 111 honor of his birthday. dormitory f nen< Sunday. Prof. and Mrs. ·. 0 .. \lunan alH1

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K. L. Arnold. f rmcrly of the class daughter Mary L uise, Dr. and Mr s. Snal'e ly. ~fisse ,\I la and .\ucl, ey of '.20. visited friends here over Sat ur cl I S I :\c l ·on. Mabel Eubanks of J ackso.:. ay anc unc ay. o .. Mary :\icho ls. E t hel 11ill and :-- t rs. 0. JI . J>l yers. (Fern Lu tt rell). :\cttic Lee Roth were g u ests at of Columbus, visited .illrs. ]. R. Love \ ' ochran Ha ll for dinn er S u nday . Thursday a nd Friday of last week. .. I This week-end Beatrice hsher and Jl clen Ke ll er _spe n t unday in C - .\lice l lunter went home. lumbus. at the home of l\ l r. and l\l rs. 1 . I D. l\J. Luttrell. , On aturday e\'ening Ed_ythe Eby ga"e a par ty in hono r of ;,.,:c t t1c Le' I ,\Ir. and l\ l rs. Arthur Peden . \l\'est Roth of Columb u . O. The di p lay \,Va ln ut st reet, ce lebra ted their th ird of mother· cooking wa exceedingly \ wedding anniver ary l\[onday w it h a j ge ncro u . dinner pa r ty . 17 1o r ence Reese o f ·olum b us, P r of .a nd i'vl rs. C. A. Fritz, So uth was a gu e t a t th e H a ll t hi s w eekV in e t ree t, e nt erta in ed with a dinn er end. part y F rid ay evenin g . o ve r s we r e ,\ ve r y de lig htful s urpri e a wa ited laid fo r Dr. a n d Mrs. W . G. C lip pin g­ er, Pro fessor a nd Mrs. Char le Snave­ E th el E uba nk s wh e n s h e was ca ll ed from the dinin g roo m T h ursday e,·en- j ly and t he hos t a n d h os tess. in g to find h er si ter M ab el E ubanks Ra lp h Ha ller. of D ayto n, a fo r mer of J ackson, 0 .. wai t in g fo r h er. s tu dent of Ot ter bei n, was a g ue t Mr. V crn o n P hill ips of . · ew Yo ·k 1 friends in \ ,\/estervi ll c over the week en d. J--1 e has been re lea. eel from City v isited hi s i ter-in- law Marjorie I mili tary serv ice and has a posit ion Mi ll er one day t h is week. wi t h the :'.'Jationa l Cash Register o . LONG SH O TS Dewey 11iner of Warsaw. l ndiana

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" l'ep" was sad ly lacking 111 the I \• roo t ing last Fr iday n ight. In the secClarence Hahn and Gi lbert i',l il l , 1 one! h alf when the team was in the I who have been ;n government service lead t he audience wakened up a t 1:1fle in Chicago, are visiting at the home but a winning team is impossible w1 _th­ " The Pla ce fo r Swe ets to Eat" of the former. out ent h u ia tic support from the side I Ji 11 cs. We were almost overwhelmed to but I================ ==================~ find a coutJle of waltz re cord. at the I Captain Fox not only score s · h J f ti 8 ounce of Perspiration . ''Y". Horr r I lea d s m t e a pp a use requen y . Stir in a pinch of Optimism: d1·ai11 Mr. and 1\lrs. Glenn Ream now ocAbsence of a tt empt,, at long and off the Pessimism; add a tab lespoon- I cupy the property where 111rs. Eliza ,ensational hots contributed to the fu l of \\' illingnc s s: flav r with Loy- ! She ller formerly lived . \ victory Friday night. a lty: heat to boiling po int in a pot , H O ME DRESSED Do we sp_c nd a plea sant evening in Snappy passin g _and s~ort shots of Purple and Go ld. Turn out to cool. t he Y. M. C. A. rooms or do we con- m a ke a fa st and •mterestmg game. The re ult will be a student who will 1 tinue to walk the streets of \ Ves ter- O . C. men were especially proficient stand the test- the kind old H . J. vi lle for want of something better t in thi s kind of p laying in the game wants. And when you get your label MAKE GOOD EATS do? with C edarville. pasted n some June clay you will be a 1

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\ Viii ,omc o ne piease tell us who As a floo1· manager and in speed w n the Freshman-Sophomore scrap? and fairnes few referees exce l l\ [ r. Dun lap of Denison. COCHRAN H A L L NO TES Stu dents w ere re m inded of o ld h. u th Hooper. Gladys wigar t. ti m es, ( wh en victor y w as m ore comF lorence Loa r and H elen En or at- mon than this y ea r ) b y the w ay O t ­ tenclcd the Vocationa l Co n fe r ence a t \ terbein m en wo rked t h eir sign a ls Oh rlin Friday a n d a t urday. thro u g h for g oals. Virginia ( showi ng litt le Mary Louise .\ ltman a p ict ure of Mr. M a dona ld)-'· \\ .ho 1s this, Mary Lo u ise?'' Ma r y Louise ( ec tatica ll y)-"Daddy!" ergcant \ Var t ie r of ·olumbus Ba r rac ks spent 1 [onday evening wi t h h is co usin V ida \ ,\/i lh e lm.

A lbrig h t deserv s commendation for sticking in t he ga m e after someone kicked t h e wind out of him. Hi sec'ond wind proved t o be better than the fir t. --------A S t udent W ho W ill M easure Sixteen O unces to the P ound. T h e Rec ipe: 4 o un ces Com m on ense. Rose Goodma n spent the wee k-e n d 2 o unces Am b iti on. a t h er h ome in Akro n. 1 o unce of Pep. F r ieda K la nk pen t a few M is ! o u nce of In p ira tion .

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Salutes. I The most distinguishing mark of a soldier is his salute. A old ier never t ip hi h at t o a lady. h e sa lutes inThe O l d Re liable Scofield Store stead. It is hi way of greeting a has received their spring line of comrade. of show:ng deference t o a Iron Clad H o siery, including the friend or respect to hi flag . Ilut it fashionab le Cordovian Browns, and i cs entially an army cu tom and G reys for men, women and child· jealou. y guarded a such. \ Vhen a r en . ci ,·ilian attempts to a lute it become ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - simply a noncommittal wave of the / hand. So when we lay a ide t he u niW . W . JAMISON form of Unc le am and don our c ivi lian clothe we a l o give u p o u r r igh t Barber a nd Card Sign Maker. to sa lu te. The point i t hi s. le t's tip\ our civ il ian h ats w h e n we gree t o u r · No. 10 N . State St. lady frie n d ins tead of wa vi ng o ur hands in an i1ni t a t io n a1ute.-Th e ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - D enison ian. Patronize Tan & Cardinal Advertillll

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