1919 03 24 The Tan and Cardinal

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11\TE ~ -· "T OF OTTERREIN

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WESTERVILLE, OHIO , M:. R CH 24, 1919.

LOYAL ALUl\tlNUS

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I MUSIC ST UDENT HONO R~ ,:>

TRA CK AND TENNIS BEGIN

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I .\1iss Helen Vanc e E lected a Col- I O u tlook for Spring Sports Promising I

One Man Agrees to Giv e Suffici cn

Sum to Beautify Groun d ; of U . B. Church.

le;igue in A merican G uild of O r-

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gan:s t3-Will Gi ve Recital.

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--Otterbein to Have Annua l Conference of Student Volunteers, Y . M . a nd Y. W , N'ext S;ir in g.

:.Ii,s fl c le n Vance , who"·'!! take ?\o·s that sprin g is here with he:· .; 111 .. B. deg r ee in piano with th e cla~s Sl't1shine and warm hreeze . ummer of 1919, h as recently heen e lec ted a sports a re takin g t he place of the

MONEY IS SOLICITED NOW

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·o tlea g u e in The Ameri can uild of gymnas' 1111 tl oor and th e basketball. I I rgani t · :VIiss \ ' a nee 1' . rgani st The college ha ap t in ted a man to I the Campus. f r th e FirS t Pre byterian hun.: h of ca re for th e track and tennis groun d . \\'es terv ill e. a nd it i~ owi ng to th i, He i spcedi l)' putting the m into A, a rc~ult of th e ardent p ica for I th at such an hon or has c me to shape and a s ure : , tl1 ,,,h1" ch to b eautify th e camfac t II of I) ~rfect fulld' \v 1 pu , Otterhein' s alumni are respond - I her. courts. 1 ing readily hy se ndin g in money . To bee.: me a Colleagu in th is mu si-r·i : e ut 1oo,1 fo r trac k· ,t 111s . year 1: . One gcncrou~ person h as cl n a tcd one ca l organizat ion one 11111st li r,t of a ll \\ ' 1 . . . ,. ,·,·n· isooc.1 c 1a, e qu ite a numJer 1 hundred ancl fifty dollars w ith which be rcco111111ended by tw o active mcm - r • · . d 1~~:er n1c11 111 ~c 1100 1 an a very • T • '--" to hc1ut1fy the gr und of the L n1tcd her,. and he accepted hi" the lo ca l . . f . , ~ . pron11s1n g 1>Unc.: 11 o ne,v n1atena1 Brethren hurch . This work has a l- c.:ha1>ter and abo the name 11111st h:: ,. E . . .. , . ' . , ut. 1 ·.ans anc1 1· at 1 01·c11 wt 11 ready been commenced and it 1s pas~ed on hv the central otl1n: o rhe t . t ti . . t . . , · . .. . ry t 11e1r rcng i \\ 11 11 111c wc1g 11 . 1 1 re s t o f tie lJe fore long tie l hope<! tiat (,uild 111 ew \ork City. fh~re are \\o o d. .\lhright and Phillipi will try campus will receive attention. ~e na·n musical s tandards which arc for the distances: 1.- x . !'aimer and . . ~1 ,ss / . f Checks have been coming in from rcqu1s1te to Guild members. . 1eyer \\'I 11 1)C out or t 1.l C 111g11 Jump, the amount of twenty dol lars down \"ance was su::ce ·s ful 111 :ill re spcct~. It J\x . d . o 1e , au anc1 1111r<11 es: ·,art1:1 an to one, wh:ch arc applied on the and a few days_ ago_ received her i\.·_,.,.,.,.,rs for the Jllmps. . , and Fox fo .. whole funcl . \\' ho will he the n«;xt to pap 1·s from the !\cw 'i. ork office. I l 1 .. - ~. Cl ancl S 0. \ lthou;tb \\'C ha1 C send in ~ufti icnt 111 ncy to beautify J XI is \'an ha~ had ) ) " . of _. • o'tcl 10 materia l for t he ·hort disthe grounds o f an e ntir e bui lding? l s organ s tud y in Otterbein. and later tanc e r.. ye t so m e n ew me n are dethere not s me cla s which wi ll a8- in th~ semester s he will gil"e an or1·clopi11g alo ng that line and sh w ume the re po n. ibility fo1· the Ad- gan recital in the chapel. some ,·ery promising r ults. mini tration Huilding where so many precious thin g · were learned? \ Vil! S pecial S ervices Held for Men. In tennis the outlook is bette r than not ome alumnus or group of alumni I t lie it ha heen for year · Bancroft a 11d undertake to sub scribe the mean s of j La st Thursday e,·ening at ray. bol h expert men who received making beautiful arnegie Library L' nitcd Brethren Church. The ervice letters last year. arc ut again, and I or the A ociation Buildin g. w h ere I I as under th e au pices of t he Brother- getting into full wing. "Hoh" Marmany happ y hour have b een spe nt ? hood. Rev. Mr. Bur t ner poke 011 the tin. who won the amateur champio n•r th ere 11 t ome mu s ·ic an d ar t I "c Tl f Gali lee. This ship of Dayton, prorni es to give th e . graduate who wou ld lik e t o a dd to ! u 1JJ<:Ct: ,e man old le tt er m e n a run for first p lace. the attraction of Lambert H a ll , which I ~ervicc took the place of the regulai 'o w it is up to th e st ud e nt s to is devoted e pc cia ll y to th e further- . month ly meeting. come o ut and he lp them get into sha pe. 1

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PULPIT DISAPPEARS-ANCIENT RELIC REJNSTATED I CHAPEL

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.\ t thi: joint /\nnual conference of ·wdent ~folunteers, . M. ·..\ and Y. \\ . A. of th e Central and '-outhern Ohi coll g's last week in De laware, it was de·icl cl that nex t spring', ·o nfercnce s hould be held at Otterbein. This onference will m •a n a great deal to Otterbein in the way of spiritual ant i soc ial bettermenl. It mm,t he mad~ a ·11c.:c:ss hy the co-opera tion of students, profc rors and all who are connected wit:, and interested in ttcrbein. Ohio \\·eslcyan a t · Delaware entcrtainrd th ronfcrence this year. .\11 who attcnu d it from Ottcrhein bro ug ht back the r port th at the Student V lun tcers a nd Chri stia n ..\ssociation of hio a r ' full of li fe and entlwsiasm. Otterh in was very for tun :ite in ec ur ing nex t ' spring'~ conference, because Western College at xford and J enison University were exceedingly anxiou to derive t he benefits th a t wou ld come from having the conven tion th ere. Otterbein' , tudcnt Vo lunteers were represented by Edyt he ave, Harriet Haymond and Kenneth cott while th e Y. vV. . .\ . se nt ontinuect on pa{Ze five.) Son of Studeilt Dies. In th e ' olumbu

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20 appeared the following art i ·le concerning the dt'ath of the small son of Rev. E. B. \Vhit e, who i. a ~tudent at Otterbein. The Tan and ardinal extends ympathy to the parents. " 'harle s Orval White, l8-111011thsf Rev. and Mrs. E. B. old 011 White. :l7•1 South ll arr is ave nu e, died at his h me, \V ednesday, after a tw weeks' illne s from influenza and pneumonia. "Rev. \ Vhite is pastor of the Burgess Avenue nited Brethren church _ Be ides the parents, two brothers, Ea rl and Lewi White, and a sister, Margaret Ellen White, urvivc. All of the children w re ill with the disease hut the thre e ha ve recovered. "f' un el'.al s rvices will be hel d' at the r es id enc e, Thursday, at 7 :30 p. m. The body w ill be tak en to Hills boro · l• rid ay m o rning for i11terment by Cook &

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rre. i<lent C lippin ger at tend ed t he s ixteent h a nn ua l co 11 v1•nt io n of the l{clig-iot•s E du cati o n .'\~ sociation in ~ cssio n at De troit th e ea rly part of last \\'eek. T he pres ident brought t o th e stt•dents in a chapel talk la s r Thursday mo rni ug- t h e general th em -~ of th e me et ing which he d eli ncd as th e " l{ c li g ious I nterprctati o n of Dem ocracy ." I l a lsG> p r esented th e I1 purpose of th e /1 1s oci~b~n as thre e­ fold , lirs t, to inspire the 1·c li g i u I forces o f our country with the edc1- 1 ca ti ona l id ea l ;a nd lo keep before th e ]H• hlic mind the. ,ideal of r elig iot1s e d11catio 11. and th e .sense of its need and , ;due. The attcnda11cc was no t hrgc in 1111 mhers hut vas very r e pr cse ntati,·e in t' e typ e of men and women wh o were pr ese nt. Rt' prese nlativ e· fr om the colleg s and univer s1t1es, thco 11rown- l' lying T eu t o n. log ica l schoo ls, cti-re ct rs of r cligi o <1 s \,\ 'e ll s-J oa n and Peter. cducati 11 in churc hes and Sunday P in ker ton - \ Vood craft fo r \V ochool As., o iat ion s, U ni ve rsi ty pas- men . to rs. home · an <l foreign mi ss ionaries Patton-Lure of .- \ fri ca . and te achers of re li g ious education l:i11ehart,--.\111a z,'i ng 1nt c r lud ,_ and Hih lc in co lleges a 11cl t1111· . e1·\\' inte r- Texas t he Marl'el l u -. · · s wnc rq resc nl cc.I Ja mes-. \ n·zo na t 11c \ V o n cl e r Ianc.t 1t1c One of the s t rik ing features Jam es-Califo rni a 1{01,nantic and brot•g-h t C>t' l in tl.e conf-:n.!nce was I Beau tifu l. I II . for re 11g1.,us - · t 1c: ca 111g leadc r · hip II :\I urp hy-O n:go n th e l'i ·t urcsquc. in all walks of life as well as th e/ J oh n so n- l li g hw ays and By\,ays

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n \'tel of a tho ro-g ing sa l u ra t io n of the entire 11alio11 with t lic reli~ious ickal.Thc ca ll fo r lrainccl Ladersh ip at home a nd abroad was ll Cl'er so in sistrnt. ,\ rcprcscntatil'c of one of the large d cnominations w hi ch is now engage d in their forward 111 0,·ement says there is 11 0 lack of ·andi dates for their foreign mi ssionary work . Thtir cl1icf p roblem 1, 10 select men an d women wi th prop er moti . es a nd trai nin g. Co llege men and \\'Ome n will he loo ked to in th<: next few month s as· neve r b efore for dcci •· ions of li fe work in the vari o,t fonns of n:. 1g,ous leade rs hip. Satt•rally the denom inati o nal co llcge II ill he ex.peeled to furnish t ile largest proportiun.

of th c o ut h. J ohnson~l Iigh ways and By" ays of . ·cw England. J o 111.·011-H io-hway s and flyways of the l{o ·ky Mountains. J o1rnso n- Tli g hw ay · a nd 13yways from t h e . t. Lawr ence to Vi rg ini a. ·urt;n - Land of D eepe nin g , hadow . \\"i !lia111s-. \r111y a nd :--:avy Cni - / forms and In sig nia. Boyd- Contemporary Dra m a of / Ireland. . idis-l'sychology of ugges ti 11. J oh11ston-Gc 11cral f-och. 1 Blakeslee & J an is-Trees in \\"inler. Tal,cr-1 '. usiness of th H o,1se- / ho ld.

Co n c re te tee l o nst ru , ti on Co111p a 11y, f wh ic h Geo rge Oht11art is th e manager. The co:npanv ha, the fir · t p iece of mac hin ery ~ 11 the g r ou nd. a big hois ting engin e. O ther machine ry is in plac e at th · o ld g ra ve l pit at th e no rth end ui Grove stree t, w here g r:tvel will!,• 1·e m o ,·ed fo r co nstr uctio n of the building. .--\ c tivc wo rk i, cx pc~t~ l t o begi n 111 a fe \\' da y -. Ohio \ \ "e leya n's a nnu a l, Le r. j >u. l'a i nt- is usin g the "R .' eb ud" fe ature thi s ' yea r. Eac h of th e four c: a se. ha· se lected the pre tti est gi rl fro111 its t-lother (comi ng ho me late)-"Did ra nks.- thc re s ult of th e ball oting to yo u say yo ur p ra ye r s, J ohnny?" 1 remain 1111know11 un t il t he annual i J o I11111 y- .. ,, . cs , m o tl1e r. " puhlisl, ecl. Three po e-; of e,r h Rose1 on a fi ne sa tin fini ·,h ,\ Io th er-". \nd <lid you ask th e L oni b11d g will lo appear . pa e. < nc 111 c 1ors. to m ake you a better boy?" I J oh n11)•-''Ycs, and 1 1>ut in a good 1-l e,cn , Camp I>e ·1. w '11 t I10me t o G,a word for yo 1 a:id papa, t oo." j !ena fo r a t!2y or ti\·').

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mea. urc r ecruit our ranks and train Morgan-Th eo dore Ro sevelt. the our cand idates. The new clay de- lloy and the Man. mands the hc s t we ha ve. I loy t-\\'ork of Preaching.

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Pea rson-Rever ies of a . cl oo l­ Interesting New Books in the Col- mask,. lege Library. Granger- Ind ex tn Poetry a11d lfrcitat ions. C rosla nd-E ng lis h Sonn e t. Broadhurs t- H ome and Comm un - I Sen ice-Rhyme. of a. Red ross ity H yg ie ne. fan. Fo reign Missio ns Yea r Book. Scegcr-- l 'o<• 1n s. l'c ny-Pr esc nt Co nOi ct o f l deals.! Dawseon-Out t \,Vin . Dowr.t--T ·ch niqu e of Ficti n D a wseo na rry On . \Vritin g. Laud cr- Min s ti' cl 111 Fra nce. GiidcUngs-Rcspon · ih le 'tate . J la nk cy-St ude 11 t in A rm s. I I ill-1111prcss ions of the Kai ,e r. Vv' hit e-Mart ia l A d ve n turc of Corso n-Ou r Public Schoo ls. Henry and Me. \Vi lkin so n-Ru ral School Ma na ge­ L ocke-Rough Road . ment. '

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Otterh~ in ha.' a lway given a g od ·1arl ·c-Treasu ry of \.\'ar Poetry. nn mhcr or' mc11 an d wo m en for t he \\ ' I ite- !11 the llcart o f a Jo'oo l. 1111111 try an d mis s ion a ry work at Ph e lps-T wentieth ·e ntury Th ahome a nd abroad , C hri Li a n 1\ s oc ia- tr e. I lion wor k an d !h er forms of soc ia l Krows-l'lay l'r o du c ti o n in ,\ mcrise r vicc>. ln ,t we must in large r ·a.

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CORSAG E B()UQUETS Give us your order for Corsage Bouquet. Nifty candles in a 11 wan ted colors. Dennison crepe papers for decorations. • Ribbons 1n desired shades.

GLEN-LEE PLACE V . W . & MARYE. LEE Both Phones

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Page Thre · 1 k I 11 )ac the Kind f,- '<'nds, have you heard of th e ' , - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - j we C\"Cr see town of No - Good, C. W . ST OUGHT ON, M. D. s u ch accommodating and ytnpa0 I b k f h · S n t 1e an ·s o t e river low ; Published Weekly in the intere st of thetic -· folks as those who li\·e in \\'her e ome-Time-Or-Otper s<.ents 31 W. College Ave . ._.1 . . O,.tter~ein by the st er ville and respon d to the co lV{esterville, O hio · \ V:e the air I • • OTTERB.EPN PUBUSHIN G lege's eve r y request for aid·? A · · · · .. . ' BOARD; nd the soft Go-Easies gro\y ?· Sh on Id we not con id er · oursel\'es l t he • in the valley .of \Vha t' ··-the-L se I Bell P,hone 190· Citizen Phone 110 ·.\Vest@r vill-e, .Onio fortuna t e to be under the in trueln the province of Let-Her~Slide; · Member of the O hio College Press tion of high -idea led, C hristian profes- lt' s th e home of the reckless 1-Don'tAssociation sors who strive not only to educate are, G. H. MAYHUGH , M. D. STAFF ou_r. min?s but to create in us a deep v here the ive-It-l ps abide. Editor-in-Chief ........ Helen Keller, '20 s pirttnality' ln all these things are The town is a. old a the human race , East College A ve. A sist1nt Editor .... Esther Harl ey, '2 1 we b lessed. id ea l situation. ympand it grow wi t h the flight of Contributing Editd rs thetic townsfolks, and hrlstian year ; Phones-Citizen 26 Bell 84-R H e len Bovee, ' 19 pro fesso rs . vVh ose fau lt is it if we It is wrapped in the fog of the idler's Grace Armentrout, '19 go away from Otterbein without d1·eam ; B111iness Mgr. .. Katheryn Warner, ' 19 ha ,·in g fultil led u r hi g h est capab iliJt s s t1·ee ts arc paved wi th discarded tie s? cheme s, A sistan t Businei s Managers DR. W . M. GANTZ Virginia Blagg, ' 22 \ -E. A. I And arc sp rinkl ed wi th use les tears. Dentist Myrna Frank, '2 1 ----·-------Ex. Circulation Mgr. .. Mary Siddall, '1 9 A Reputation to M ai ntain. Bell Phone 9 As istw t Circula tion Managers­ ''Th:tt s tu dent ha s a magnetic perlh :a ll y and trnl y loyc1 l Americans, 15 W. College Ave. Westerville Mary Ti n s tman, '20 and th an k th e L o rd 1110,t of u s are so nality ." Marv e l e b ert, '2 1 that. wi ll n o t p lay L'ncle Sam false in "Y e , I n o ti ce he alway char ge Athletic E ditor leo Coppock, ' I 9 th e h o ur of hi s g 1·ea tes t t1·i u111ph . eve rything h e bu ys." Loca l Edi tor .......... .. Ha z le Payne, '2 1 B . C. YOUMANS, Barber J7or ~ay what yo u wi ll America Cochran Hall Edi tors t a n ds b e tt e r befo r e t h e wor ld today 37 N . State St. Ruth H ooper. ' 19 th an eve r in a ll h e r hi s tory. Shop closed at 8 o'clock except Alumna I Ed itor .. 1-'rof. A. G uitn e r, '9 7 FILMS A m ei-ica h ad a reput at:nn t 111ain Exchange Editor .. Edith Bingham, '20 S aturd ay. 1ai n when we en tered th• '-'✓ rid war. Literary Editor .... \ id a Wi lh e l m , '19 Developed W e h ad se t the p :, ~c 1.ir t he wor ld Address a ll communication s t o T he in many ways. l'art 'c ularlv we had and Otterbein Tan and ardinal , 20 W. laid u p a s t o 1·e of wealth th ;, t w n us Main St., We te rvi lle, Ohio. a wor ld-wide dislike . Printed General ly ,peaking we w:,re re g ard Subsription P ri ce, $ 1.50 Per Year, payable in advance . e_d c1 n a ti on of money d1asers . . na- 1 at t1 o n of peop le who would sufrer 111- 1 Entered as second cla s matter su it rat h e r than fight. Dad Hoffman's September 2_5, 1917, at the poS t office Gen11any was more impr es s f.:d with 21 W . Main St. at Westervill e, 0 :, und e r act of that idea, pos ibly, than any o f the March 3, 1879. \ ot h er wor ld powe ,·s. Overhauling Acceptance for mailing at specia l A n d tried t o make the most of it. \ rate of postage provide d for in Sec. , You a ll kn ow what happ e n ed. Why Pay More Vulcanizing 1103, Act of Oct. 3, 1917, a u t h orized The wo1· ld now admits that n c lc Oct. 24, 1918. · \ 'am's entry into th e war turned th e en you can buy for less All kind s General Repair Wo r k . sca les in favor of the a lli es. T!1a t ., " , 1 - - Wit · II O U! 111S · 1lC 1p t 1H.: y WOLi 1(1 h ave ,,)~~11 1i -•.e::,1 .:.:.,ted Pea nuts (extra fancy) j Taxi Service EDITORIAL defeated . l'..ocolate Candy a nd other Every one of th e eai-!y demand s. good things at .-\ n arm of aid to th e wea k , d u e to th e world \.Var e m ergency , , "' A friendly ha nd to th e friend le s , m e n ca met pr mptl y a nd ge n e r o u sKind word so hort to peak, Rhoades & Sons ly. Keller & McElwee's But wliose echo is end less, Eve 1·y thin g that was a . keel by o ur The College Aven ue CASH GROCERY The wor ld is wid e, these thin gs a r e a lli es was granted fully a nd freely. small , MEAT MARKET Eve, y sac,· ifi ce n ecessary was made Corner Main & State Streets They may be nothing-but th e y are gladly and without h esitation. , \ all. \ ;\,l h e th e r it was a ca ll for persona l e l cted. service 01· financial sac1·ifice that deMOSES & STOCK H.A.DENMAN mand nev e r went unh eeded. Speaking of Westerville. And th e re su lt was that o nce Amer- Ne w Red Ripe Florida Tomatoes, Choice Cut Flowers and Corsage Fort un ates that we arc! t o be ab le ica' s h os ts had followed America's Yo ung Onions, Sandwich Green Bouquets. to spe nd o ur co llege day s in u c h an dollar s t o th e fighting front th e fini s h B lk p B or Quality Best-Prices Right . . . k Cheese, u eanut utter, 1ves, ideal village as Westervil le . So ca m e lik e li ght111ng out of a clear s ·y. S. State St. Citizen 345 \Ne hav e that reputati on sti ll t o Pickles, Fruits, e tc. for yo ur next feed. hu y are we that we se ldom stop to

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m a intai n. vVe must keep o ur toe to the lin e of duty unt il th e finish. I n c le Sam just so 1 \,\le mu s t lend t o lo n g as he need s the money. . 1 We mu st prepare for th e VictoryLiberty Loan.-The Dynamo. ,

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\ Vi lliam I. Comfort sp ent part o f las t wee k vi itin g O t t erbe in fri end s. H e r ece ive d h is di sc har ge fr o m th e Cn it ed S ta tes :'.\ a ,·y in :'.\ew York City j us t be fo r e co ming h er e. H e was o n hi s wa y to hi s h o m e in r canum .

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G irl s w-h o w ere pre en t a t t his me e t ing h ea rd the unique subject. 'S par r ows or Larks'' dis cu ssed by Genevieve .M ull in . The songs of spa rrows a n d la r ks ar e w ide ly d if­ fe r en t. Spa r rows ch a tt er inces­ sa nt ly . th ereby di stu r b in g peop le, w hil e la r ks s in g in s pir in g ly as th ey soa r into th e sk y. Too ofte n we cha t te r like t h e spar r ow. fo r ge tti ng th at ch a r a ct<; r is revea led by co n ver ­ sa ti o n.

" Th e to n o·u e adve rti ses a m an." "The le s m e n think t he m o r e t hey ta lk." a r c t wo g oo d p ro ,·e r bs th a t it wou ld be we ll 10 thi nk mo r e abo u t O n ce in a whi le. a t lea s t, we s h ou ld be se ri o us a n d le t ou r th o u g h-ts r ise to th e h eig ht s th e la r k a t ta in s. T h en. too, th e s parrow a lway r em a in s o n th e g r o un d, in cessan t ly pec k ing an d ch a t te ri ng, w hil e the la rk soa r s a nd s in gs. H ow m a n)'., m a n y p eo p le r em a in on t h e ground tea rin g dow n . p eop le's rep_ut a ti ons, wh en th ey mi g h t be soa nn g a n d sing ing. :\r e we s pa rro ws or are we la rk s? Be r t ha H a n coc k ga \' c a n int e r es t ­ in g r epo rt of t h e Y. vV. C. .\ p h ase o f th e S tu de nt o n v nti o n a t De la­ summ er. wa r e. af ter w hi ch Edy th e Cave to ld ' 17 . 1''1 iss A n nett e B r an e lef t la s t abou t th e S tu de nt V o lun teer mov eT hur sday fo r Charl es t o n , W. Va .. m e111 o f th e sa m e co n ve nti on. w h e r e s he will a ss ist th e pupi ls in th e g r a mmar a nd h ig h sc h oo ls in p r ese ntin g a pagea nt. Mi ss Bra n e is a Winter Garden Reopen s. pupil ot Mi ss Ruth Mil ls, aes th eti c · \,\l in te r Ga r de n th eatre opened dan ce r , o f Co lumbu s. Saturd ay eve nin g und e r th e m a nage'll. M r s. Gle11 11 L a mb e r t (Maybelle m ent of Mr s. A n na Du va ll. of Co lu m­ F lem ing) o f o lu rnh us. O hi o. ent er - bu s. w h o has su ccess full y m a n aged ta in ed with a · t. P at ri ck' s Da y the L inda th ea tr e. Lind e n H e ig ht s, party at h er ho m e o n th e eve nin g o f for th e pas t fo ur years. T h e th ea tr e Mary A lkir e, w ill be ope n thr ee ni g ht s a week, Ma r ch H. · Mi sses · T .ues.day, T hu rsday a n d Sa tur day, beRh ea C a mp l)e 11 a n d M a r g ue ri·t e w eff 6 30 o f 'v\/es ter\'ill e were a m o ng th e ~ inn ing a t : ·

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E ng lish l 'rof.-"vVe wi ll ta k e th e O tt erb ei n' s Y. M . C. A. enj oyed a li fe of Sa mu e l J o h nso n tomorrow. uniq ue m ee tin g la_s t T h_ur sday ni g hL Co rn e pr e pared." ( H ow bl oo d thir s t y!) l t wa s a n ope n d1 sc uss1o n. th e top ic p r i11 g ''. aca t io n wi ll be ut ilized by b ein g "Mi ss io n s" . M uch int er est wa s ma 111 fes ted by th e h ea rt y r espo n e o f th e be rl, n \,\/omens G lee Cl ub to t hose pre _e nt. Th e_ as. oc ia t io n wa s ma ke a conce1·t _to u r. O ne h ome o n fav o r ed w ith a spec ial r epo rt by l\11r . I ce r t ha been g ive n. a n d e n gagements K . L Sco tt on t he in flu ence of Chr is- h:.ive bee n sec ur ed fo r eac h evening tiani ty in th e wor ld tod ay. 1n t h e I o f vaca t ion week. T h e program is co ur se of hi s ta lk Mr. Sco t t bro ug ht ·, a r ranged in th ree par t - fo r ma l song . be fo r e th e me n co n crete exa m p les of stunts. and f lk ~o ng's. th e progressive sp ir it in t ill ed hy H e e m p has ized th e A po s t office r oma n ce: Chri sti a nity . g r ea t in flu ence w h ich Chri t iani t y has Friends hi p. N. Y. exert ed in t he fie ld s o f science and L o ve. \ ' a. in d ustry. Hi in forma t ion was 1, issi m mee, F la . dr aw n fr om th e r ece nt ma ·s meeting I ing , . rk. o f th e Vo lu n teer Band h eld a t O h io Parso n. Ky. vV esleya n U ni ve r ity. T h e a tt e n dl~e n o, Nev. an ce was o nl y fair. T h e mee t ing was sho r te ned to a ha lf h o u r beca use o f ce n c. r- rn n ·e-OAicer passes p r ith e ex ten ive B r o th e rh ood program va te, bu sil y engaged Ill ridding h i this year o f that eve nin g in th e r evi va l se r vi e.. I clo th es .of coo ti es . Pickin g th em o u t. my man?" said comes on Gifford Lands in New York. t he Office r. cab legr a m h a bee n r ece ived ''No. sir," s:iid th e Privat , '·jus t fr o m R. W . Giffo rd ann o un cin g hi s taki ng th em as t hey come." arrival in e w York la t Thursday.

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Ohi o 111 v e r s 1ty ha s ju s t put o ut •a s 1_1 appy b oo kl e t containing ca mpu view and adv e r t is in g m a t e ria l fo r th e n iv e r s it y. Th e b oo k le t wa s e 11 t tc, a Hancock . Ea ·h of t h e e 1 li ve th u sa nd H igh c h oo l s eni o r s. gh l hack a n in te r s ti n g r p o rt ban already s t a n cd to c1·ea te O b e r lin se nt e v e nty - t h r ee d el "u iasm fo r nex t yea r . O n e of , ga tes t o th e o rth e rn O hi o S tud ent emin ent pca ker s wa s D r . H o ff - \ ' o lu nt ce r Co nf e r e n ce h e ld a t \ oosPresident o f O hi o \ e leyan I te r la s t wee k. ' aivcr ity. Am o ng o th e r in s tru c-

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thoughts, he sa id th at th e p eo p le I ~h rist h a ve th e 111 rk of reco nstru cting the so u l o f world thro ug h th e ir g u id e, J ' u s ri t. Ralph ll a rl ow , w h o h a 0 a Stu dent V lunteer S ee r tary Fran ce. stated t ha t th e nit e d I te se nt t wo llllndr c d m e n t o hi in Fran ·e fo r ev e ry n e ~ 11 t ut 1 c angc li ze th e wo rld . M e n a re ifi1Hng to light fo r love o f c unt r y­ why hould th ey no t be z ea lo u s t qbt to make th e w o r ld h ea r of Chri t'. holy prin cip les. Profess r Buck, w h o t ea c h e Mi s - 1 ' ns in 0. \V. l ' . ga ve an in t c re t in g \ lecture on In dia. H e said th a t wh e n · lie wa in India, h e was n e f them , \ but wh en he cam e to t h e ni t e d tates he had anoth e r mi s i n t fu l- \ fill to tell ab o ut th e c o n d it io n s in India. T he cry o( th at countr y n ow \ j one of kee n pain a n d a n g u is h , n t only out of spiritu a l dark n ess, b u t of I pby ka l sufferin g. In d ia n ow faces a terrible famin e and is in a d eacl y I epidemic f Spa ni · h In flu e n za mu · h wor c than it ha s b ee n 111 t he 1 country. Dr. Head land m ade th is t e ll in g tatemrnt. ·1f yo u wa n t to h e a n y - 1 thing, he it ri g h t now a n d h e it a ll your life. Yo u ca n h e ju s t wh a t yo,1 want to he." Dr. Wa lk er co m pa r ed a person wh gets r el ig io n Ito a chicken whi ch is ju s t h atc h c d-be­ cau e it still has a part o f th e s h •11 on its hack. T h i · sh e ll 1s the worldlinc·s whi ch ·h,· i ti a n s r eta in when they begin t fo ll o w Ch ri st . The whol e c nfc r •nee w as fu ll f 1n ­ piration and pe rso na l h e n elit fo r tho c who a tt c11u ccl. 0 belinc in J cs u

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For the ftr. t time. the annual O_t· terbein catalog will be prmted . tt1 V•iesterville. The Buckeye Pnnt1ng ompany i preparing the seventy­ third annual edition of the catalog, a one hundred and sixty page book, ex· plaining the co ur se offered by the college. Legal ~otire: Lawn Tennis i, suing Spring \V ea ther _for monopo· iizing all th e Time. \V1ll the cou rts be ready for the racket? l t gi,·es

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.\nd still o mc girl s in si t o n g et­ tin « and s taying ick. 1f they haH lo l ,e ·ick. we , the Royal Order of I B Rachelorhood. would ugge st th at ~ RKER \ E \ R they get pring feyer. Ramey Huber spen t the week end y ung }.Jen prefer them in plain color -bl ue and green flannels especially-but we ha,· e hundr eds of go cl fabr ics in Dayton with hi . parents . and pattern in all the be st tyles to select from I \\' e arc mighty glad to ee you Betty. ·ome often.

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Katheryn \\'arner wanted to go Beatrice . hafer 1· I d d !lo De 1. 1 home once more b fore Ea ter, o he week-end out of to,,, 11 . spenc 111g t 1e \ Glady~ Howar an day .111 Colt1f11' COCHRAN HALL NOTES · . pend mg · spent an enjoyab 1e un 1s tht· . week-end ·m Daydd One of our number felt a u en I everal of the girl~ had the pica• bus. ~ ~ I · ,· longing for the faraway hil o f w. c \ ton · \ ure of hearing the . ew York ymVirginia. ~larie taat left Friday The • ick girl~ in particular and the phony Orchestra in olumbu Fri. I morning to ,pend a few day at the re t in general. (tho e who were for- \ day evening. 1 home of her si ter in '.\lorgantown, tunatc enough to be awake) thorough. , h . . d t l1e moon 1·1g h t serenade , . " 1art a kmner vi si ted t1l ircle- ! \V. Va. ly en;oye and invite the trolling mu ician . to Vt 11 e on aturday. I A nice line of Dr. and llrs. Byer of Arcanum 1 ill made Faye glad by coming to vi it return. I ome of the girls have hown their ·T ff Satins, Crepe de Chines capab_ili ty a nur e while s1ck11e a etas, tbat her while he wa ill. Betty Frie of Dayton and 1[r a price d Many are the peculation , ·ca_lcu­ Harry Yo un g of lndianapoli were· fwa h111 th e Hall, by preparing the food beautiful shades and at Corne an of Florence L o r t e patient · O th ers have demon- will be sure to sell them. lations. ejaculations and lamentations dinner gue t oar tr at~d their complete willingness b concerning the fa t-approaching ban­ Thur day evening. washmg the dishe . Y look them over. quet. Fellow ' get bu y. Edythe Eby wa joyfully urpri ed Ruth Drury

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