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, ' , -tilt Methodist Aggregation Forced Limit to Win First Conference Tilt.

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'tpr\•• ·nti 11 j oratori 1 the two extre me oi ·1 ca tvle ed sefc ·t 1· • a well as a well va r - · t c 11 of · erbei 11 • 1 u J>Jccts. ri ,·c of Ot- , · Peted Th OYer of f oren re work com - 1 lege ch ltr day evening in th e co l­ atoricatPel in the annual Rus ell Or . teen t onte t. The prize of fif. ' en aad fi v1dcfJ hy ve dollars were proProrn01i 011 Dr. Howard Russell in lb·t n-. •of ti11· peaking ability. .. th e 011..1,aterial Prize however. i no t c0 Y goal fo h. t:nPetc 1• r w •ch the orator., the locaJ na much a the w1111tcr · of e Conte t 1. I llt Ott b . e ected to reprc • 1 \\Thich !hi r eiu at th e late conte~t ' 1berg lJ . Year will be held at Heid­ Conte t 1· nivcrsity. A winner of that / ~ • ent th Cet, lb n to th e cti nal ~ 'Na thnce to the Xational onte l "l · ' r, l'r0o e Ot t rbe1n repre entaliY . l'he P, la t Year. I aec 0 Conte t t . rding wa exceedingly ~- 1..,_c Jqdg to th e deci ion of tL · a and th n . nee, Wh·i1 O e who we r e in attendnot Place • e Qme had tho e who did Othe •n fir t r had . and eco11d p la ce llient · • B entrr 1Y d I'ffereot arran"C~qdge !l"a owever, th deci ion of ~he onor ;e to Paul Sharp •~ ' fir~t ' "-arf · ~-.. (Con t· IIoover, '26, econd 1n uec1 1 3 ~0.)

In what was \\· esleyan's ninth game the seaso11 · and Otterbein' · second, but the initial conference tilt for both, ' 0. . was va 1H1uished 36-23. Saturday I evening a_t D~lawar_e. Appearing for th e first time 111 their cla y new uni­ / fo rm s. the Tan and ardina l came 011 the floor last. [n the stands was a good ly repre ' entation of tterbein rooter to greet them. Ditmer's me atarted off wit h a ru h Ii a t the ounding f the whi tie, tha; boded ill for \Ve leyan. In the fir t minute of play Widdoe got away from Ted Turney, caging the first core of the ame. We leyan scored 11 x:t 'with a fou l go~!. , I Th 11 Tan ,c ring machin, moved swiftly ahead until th count at the n:tiddle of th fir t . half t d tterbein l J, \i e I yan 5. Th M tho­ di t t_her upon ca lled time o ut. pon re um111 play th ir quintet ame ba k trong a nd the half ended 19- 14 in thei r favor. Between the period th D !aware / cho l' gymna tic t am furni hed u­ ·1 tertainment for the pectation . Th ir l agile performanc e it d the plaudi of th er wd and much admiration wa expre d for th ·ir kill. At the beginning of the cond ha!( tterb in' lefen did app ar to have uauiea, M bqe t anager Resigns b n tr ngth en d. Van A l tyn ' ii l! ~ the Work . . . ontinued to r 11 up their J a 1 I PRESIDENT IN EAST Sib II iness M entail d 111 ernng PI KAPPA DELTA and in pite of occa ional purt by j let_}'~ beside anager of the l924 the Tan aggr ation hey tt eed d in oth r • Im~,, e and cxtra-currr ular II d Herc Next F n'd a y · Attends Meetings of Unusual m d to b mor holdin it. What ne' F. A{ pa heavy colleg ched- Will Be Insta e ·. portance in New York City tban tterb in' fair quota of penalti s te · Otten , . . •h T Members in a.. ary to . g r, 25, found rt Night wit en and in Washington. al o contrib ut d to their core. Fau t "'r of re .,,.11 B . Local Chapter. . the T "' a u me s Mandrop1 cl on thr ugh from the fr an and Ca d ' J Th ____ Leav-iog la t Tuesday for ew York throw lin a th gam ended. &reau of Afr . p 0 r rna . . d £ corre ponrlhea, th 1vf th di t' th, Y IJ:li ed : ttenger wi ll be ft r a long peno O • I City President lippinger ha fo 1ward, wa hi h Year c:~~ege Pap~~• ;~t publication of ne e and preparation, the mc mbA ·- , bus; and important week. · ( ontinued a half er more than a O "O" a ociatioJl ar<: al h io_ att, ndance at _ of aithful ervice. pf the ratory Ii tcp in New York, e wa lf -._ f tJ \ , · 1· n o' d t take the na 1 la t rea y o. Delta Honorary the m ee ting o i r . oc1a io . ~ Vesper Service Next Sunday. ll I a lers Elected making the Pi Kappa E _ merican ollege~. Fnday ,·emng 1 ~rd llleeting 't The loca ~v O r'b . b t pe ar 'tal w11l be giv 11 Of A{ la t l'h of the Publication Foren ic F rate rn·\1y. b in tailed ne ·I he attended the tte tn arrque ne.,;: n 1, January 20 in . .. iloit hapter wt •t he teri mem b r .. ~ ' l1ich wa held in th Hot tor t tr Ofr. PottengUr day th e re 1gnat1011 . I • Otter · n hap I at thr c'l>t the la er a Bu ine Mana- F riday eve n ·ng ~1. resent for a lon g with everal . th r . important o'clock. ram wi ll be given ~ ;dt. It ~ and ardinaJ w a a - Tho e who a re eltg1bleRat plot Lyo n. educational banquet Wh1l by th f or an , Mi lie• ant l,a .-... \.Yard, '25 former t he key a r e P rofe o r o dee11t' M c- Y ork the pre ident Robin on T • A{ "'-I nag • , l> and tu -, d Y O 1 ·~I \lJh•anager fer wa elected Bu i- F ri tz and .roo H ver ];low- Rockefeller Boar_ . . . rael" by Elijah. ~- lie G o the Tan and C d' - Guire, \ ood, rno ld, oo ' Monday mo r mng Pr rd nt lrpThe on · e fr e of charge 't'ed · E B ar Lil here he W h' t ~ttr ~r. \V. echtoldt, '25 w ill ard and Myers. . Kappa D Jta pinger left for a mg on w and everyo welcome, town . • ard a i tan_t Man Prof. Paul B ree P t (Continued on page two.) peopl a , ent . (Con tinued on page two.)

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being placed there. Anti-Sa lo on Co nve ntion . Speaking The Cou ncil ha s secured President o n the sub;cct. "The College :Vl a n and . . P rohibi ti on," th e president addre sed Clipp inger to give a stcrcopt ican le': : , the co nven ti o n on Mo nday afte rnoon . ture of p laces wh ich he vi,, itcd 111 hb He r eturn ho me th e firs t part of this foreign trip of last s ummer. .\ s en- week. tire ly new slides will be used this part of the prog ram will make an en- , ORATORS SH OW tertainment in itself. Ho wever, mo re FI N E AB ILIT Y ta lent ha been secu red _in ~he perso n j _ . ___ of Prof. Grabill who will give one ot (Co ntmu ed from page one.) hi s best organ numbers. In additio n I honors a nd Jo sep h H enry, '26 , third to these two entertainers Prof. Fritz honors. in his maste rl y way will read one of T he sub j ect of Mi-. Shar p's o r at ion his famous selectio ns. was, "The Co ming Age" in which he With thi company of local celeh ri - howed the g r ea t spi ritual fo r ces ties appearing on the program a w hi ch are at work and whic h mu st worth-whi le e venin g is assured. r each th e inner lives of m en. if th , ­ world is to go forwa rd in safety. International Relations The them e of th e second prize or aClub Holds Regular Meeting tion was " merica, the Land of OpMeeting la t Tuesday c\·ening. th e portunity." th e ~hought ?f which pie­ Inte rn ational Relations Club enjoyed ~ured th c sumirnt to which a n Amer­ a worth while evening in the pre en- ' ican may reach , though he co me from tation and di cussion of important th e hurpbleS t home in the wildernes s. ubject . L. M. Mitchell read a paper Mr._ Henry i:; his or_ation. ''The on the "Reparation s and the Ruhr.'' American Ideal, . poke 111 behalf of covering the outstandi ng details a ~me f_orm of a World League which r e lated to this foreign prob lem. The \\''. 11 bnng about world peace and good subject. " The Monroe Doctrine-Its will among th e people of the earth. One Hundred Y ear · of Existence" Sylve ter Broderick, '24, in speak­ wa ably an 1 intere tingly presented ing fi r t made a wonderfu l cou tructby Mi Marga ret Graff. ive p lea for the uegro. U in g for hi subject "A Plea for L ibe rty and Ju _ tice," Mr. Broderick carefull y picMabel Cassel Leads First Y. w. C. A .Meeting of 1924 tured the hi tory of the negro und er Mabe l as el was the leader of Y. th e cru hin g weight of slav ry by the W . C. A . last Tue day eve nin g Her w hite man and th en howed the cap­ topic wa "O n the Wings of the acity of th e colored man a well as the place of fame and ucce s to w hi ch Morning." h e ha ari en, eve n th ough ham pered Fi r t of a ll, he aid that eve r y day by the white ma n's prejudice. wa a g ift from God a cl an page. of In clo ing the evenin g' oration whic h we can make omethin g beauti­ Ru ell Ward, '25, poke on the ful or unlovely, as we choose. he theme. " plea for the Fa rmer." M r. compa red our life to a t rin g of bead Ward pictured the life of the far m er which r epre ent day . Some bead a it has been in past years and then are perfect, ome are defective. The showed the plight of the . merican perfect one are the day on w hich we agriculturi t becau e of economic did good deed for other . She sug­ condition . and unfair advantage that i gested that each day we make a res­ being taken of him by other in the olution and keep it. I

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day of their lives . In every case it was a day on which they had done omething for others. The in piring oug ervice included vocal olo by Marie Beelman. The scripture lesson, which wa read by Alice anders wa al o iu harmony with the lofty theme of the topic.

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California. wh ere s he has b <.:n und er J the direct ca r e of Dr. Fran ; is M. Pottenger. ' 92. he has no w im _, ro ed and is able to spend ·om c time each day out of door s. but th e gift of her Otterbein fri end w ill enab le h er to p ass pleasantly many a n ot h er­ w ise lo nely hour. The followi11 · to the d' g ite m has hce n sen t , , e itor of thi s co lum n: 06 0 Le,shc/· a nd Mr s. E d ga r J _

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Profess or G. G. Gra bill w,h pre- ' sent at t he co nv en ti on of Ohio Tea ch STUDEl\'TS GIVE REPORT er !1 eld du ri_ng th e holicla_ys and. a~ I official organ is t o f th e Shrin e, acc omChapel and Church Services Devoted .. · · ·cl its choru s of 8 0 voi ces t ha t to Reports of Indianapolis rendered several selection o n t he: Convention. program.

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, or and fou : b now th ere ar c thr ee g irl s th e Student V olunteer Convention at : 1 '19 t oy · Coa ch Dit p lease no te. Indianapoli . O tterbein wa reprc ent-- : College Men and · 1r. and M ed at t he convention by th e followi ng \:_ "" rs . .-\,·cr y Ga ki ns ( May F ent of reeman ) are th e . pro·ud pa r- delegates, Ruth Luca ' Marg;,ret omen are Great f Stiverson, Mr. and Mrs. A lbert Zepp. a fen a nd I Who wa born on tha Ii1al dpound son. Profe or Martin, D. . Howar cl · ,.u u . uy· ers 0 f Ctnber e r t ay of DecI nanied Year. The bab y has been W . Killinger and unofficially by Jo - _ , , e Jack on . ephine lbert, Ros ~ohr. ylvester _ Broderick and TadashJ Yabe. _ 17, 15. Dr Phoenix Silk Hose gives more _ T he e sion . of this -:--:inth Qua dCa_s~et (Opa l. G~ nd M rs. H om er D. mileage of hard wear than a ny M1iitary H ilbert) of th e '.\' atio na' rennial onventioJ1 of the Student an nounced ome · h av e Vo luntee r Movem nt were I1elei a t other Hosiery. h ' . Dayto n, 01110. t~r on Dec~::e1rth of a little dau g h - 1Cadle Tabernacle, lndiana~oli . Th e Ladies' Phoenix Silks, &'iven the r 27, \\·ho ha b e en con,·ention ach ieve d sple ud1d ucc .; :; · I '78 name Mar E ll I' t at ........ $1.10, $1.45, $1.95, ·$2.35 Y en. I Thi wa du e in part to the exc .en : . · Dr. Allen "•Ile died at hi If. Keefer of W es ter- 1 program. \ Vor ld famed me11 such a Ladies' Phoenix Wool, ;treet Decembe home on South St~tc I Robert E. peer, John R. Mott. her-· § n Otterbein r 27 a nd was buried ~vood Eddy and ma ny othexs rcpre- 1: at .... .............. $1.25, $1.85, $2.35 Saturday. D Cemetery the follo11·i11g sen ting every . cor ner of the ofo"be § Men's Phoenix Silks, ducted a drt Keefer. w ho had con- : gave addre e on ubjcet: of world j: at ' .......... 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 had been in • t/ore for _many year. . I wide im portan ce. Be id . havin ti! . § •- , ~ iJ Year and •ng health for over a 'l e of hea rin g these splendid s ., only h pnv1 eg 0 1d out hi b ~ ort time ago had addres es the delegate them se lvc 1: 'Si. D u ine and retired. were privileged to participate in d_is- f § Oh· r. L vitt E . · h d· many dis- : 0, wa · Cu ter of Dayton. cus 10ns. During t e ay_ . : 1 Thur da y found dead in his room on cu ion couferencesh ou vaned ubJe~t r Ja h I the ,·, c -l llllllllllllllll llllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll=IJ O e Ulted f~ nuary 3, death having were held in th e c urc e .. _ !er Was om heart trouble Dr u - inity in which the stud nt only "c1 e 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 tiSis in 0tine Of the be t known · · den- ; allowed ' to take part. lliade a le nited tate . He had This conve nti o n wa on of the mo. t e Pecial!gr~at deal of original re earc h succe s,ful in attendance. There " ·ere Plicationy fin connection with the ap- o,·cr seve i th ousa nd tudent delegate ­ ~• o I h d i.n titu .,,any of h' ~ ectricity to dental work. representing one t ousa n . 1 : u is nw f the con ven uon mac c e a111 en 1011 ar e in commou tions. or wa · · e 01 Survivin~g i~nti t at the p re ent time . up of me ri can tt1deut ~on: ; :~ I§ 1111 are hi wife and one there were five huo d red tu en on, Luz : . ton , Ohio ern C u t er, •JO, both of Day- fo reigu laJl d · tion were '89 . Report of the conve n .. el -wa· Mi s h b ht to the student body in chap . § for ma ara M . Kum ! r, w ho roug k La t Tue day , D. . How. N ny Year a teacher of E ng- la t wee . bIi h 111 port 011 interna 1·10n al u O Orth High . ard gave a re I . h he : bl th ' hio. di d . · chool, ColumOne truth w 11 : at city c in Grant Ho pita! in pro em . ti tud nt wa that the ...,. . brought to ,e . : Jhanu ary 9 on.T \, ed n day mormn . . p•rob lems. whi ch co n- : 1 011 11 t er f · he b od internat1ona · ·o riel tod ay. are pres ""h ormer Y wa taken to : ere front th " . h pro'bO f d . I101ne Ill the f , x or and until t O e :O h10 ent Occ uneral e rvice and int r- every campu d tb e campu th y : I m are olve on 'ot ured. : ·. After ,,-1·11 not be so h·ed in the ·world. :: Id pend· z gave a re- hol ler ay in W 111g the hri b.na The ucxt day Mr. ePP I I lfc : ..,, ar,,s, 1':iss Ed e terville with her si - p rt on t he Indu strial pro) e,_n. 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for a chair before the fi re. '· But you r Aunt no leftWanted "A chair," he murmured 5oftl y. house party this af ternoon: ld n't be & 1 "'i ts b een so Iong since . Tuesd;:,.y, Janua ry 15 1' ve seen o ne. to di-ag me a Io ng but l "ou fi ) -- - -Weekly ---- -mteres .---t~o--:f ' Basket' Ball Rally. And thi i uch a nice one. If you 'll (Con tinued on page ve. -_ in-the l'ublishe·d Otterbein by the '.'Ved:1e -day . Jan uary ltSbring my bags in and close t he door O TTERBEI · PUBL ISHING Basket Ha ll. Denison here. and your mouth I'll_ confess everyCall Citizen 21 or Bell s-WBOARDOhio Thursday , January 17thi ng," Sally Mar y cast an indigna1 ,t Westerville, · c o11ege Press E 11tertai nm enl. Coll erre gla nce at th e t1111no v 1· ng young man. Member of the 0 _h i~ ~ Cha t)el. Assoc1abon Wednesday, Janu2ry 2'3"Pardon me, I'm very stupid . Ru•: · Basket Ball. Ci ncinn ati here. he added, "you're a urpri sing young L undr)' Co. STAFF Thursday, January 24per son." Agent for Acme a E ditor-in-Chief ........ V . E . Myers, '24 1 L ectur e Cour se. Adrian M. \:e\\'ens. Assi ta nt Editor .... .... Pa ul Garver, '25 "Oh, no, I'm not. Ju t did th e 0 ·1! y ' d Work for Ladiet ,nd Reader. Contribu ting Editors. , thing there was to do und er the cir- 1 General Laun ry H.K. D ar1mg, 24 Saturday, January 26cum tance ." Lucille Gerber, '24 Gentlemen. "Y"Mo, ic, ··The Pi lgrim: · Marguerite Wetherill, '24 "And the circum tan ces were-•· E. F . McCarroll, '25 Tuesday, Jani.:ary 29questioned the young man . J. H. MAYNE D. S. Howard. '26 First Se mes ter ends. Carrie Shreffler, '26 Wednesday, January SO­ "Well, your un t A nn who is al,o WesterviJle. o. Bu-. Manager ............. R. H . W ard, ' 25 my Aunt Ann a ked me to come to \ 12 W . College Ave. ~ Second Semester O pen . Bus ines. '.1 anager Associatessee her. And w hen she mentioned her \ . _ Basket Ball , Denison at Granville. . G. E. Bechtolt. '25 hand ome doctor neph ew." herr Sally ' Wm. Myers, '26 Saturday, February 2Mary ca t a quizzical g lan ce at the I Glen- ee Wa ldo Keck, '27 Basket Ball. O hi o W e leyan Cloyd Ma rshall, '27 Dayton. at young doctor, "and hi s eve n m o re Cir. Manager .... Katharine Pollock, '24 handsome engineer fri end packed m y an Fl~' Saturday, February 9ssistant Circulation Managersbag and came.'· Has Choice Gifts, Cards, tbd' Ladybird Sipe, '25 . Basket Ball, Heide;ber , Margaret Widdoes, '26 Thursday, February 14. tions See Cards of · all descnp · oin&1' Athletic Ed itor ...... Jo eph Mayne, '25 Lecture Course. Elwood T . Raiky . Street eve Local Editor .... D. R. Clippii:iger, :25 Popular Lectur er. at No. 56 West Home lumnal Editor ........ Alma Gmtner , 97 iI office 480 Exchange Editor .. Kathleen White,'24 Saturday, February 16Telephones140 Coch ra n Hall EditorResidence Basket Ball , H iram • hen•. Harriet W histler, '24 Saturday, February 23Store 429 Avtfll°' College Coal Yard: EaSt Basket Ball. Ohio 1\or th ern hen:. Addre all communications to T he ·•y·· Movie, ··Hail th e \/i·oma n:· Otterbein Tan and Cardinal, 103 W. Sunday, February 24College ve., Westerville, Ohio. \ By~ Sub cription P rice, $2.00 P er Y car, Revival Meetings be in . paya ble in advan ce. ~ Thursday, February 28L ec tur our e. Ire ne tolofsky Co .. E ntered as second class matter eptember 25, 1917, at the postofficc Concert. at We terville, 0., under act of Friday, February 29March 3, 1879. Basket Ball. \ ittcnberg a t Sprin :r . Acceptance for mailing at special field. rate of postage provided fo r in ?ec. Saturday, March 11103, Act of Oct. 3, 19 17, authorized "Y" Movie, "Ga . Oil. \\ ater.'· Servtc · pril 7, 1919. Thursday, March SBa ke.t Ball , in innati at inc.inEditorials nati. Friday, March 7Every man ha hi price, but ome Ba ket Ball, t. avi r at incin hold ba rgain ales.-Ex. nati. Thursday, March 13-­ A Step Forward Lecture our e, Lew arctt. ;\[ atu r With the. return from I ndianapoli Poet. of the conV"ention delegates the stud- Saturday, March 15e nt of tterbein have had brought "Y" Movi . " Que tion of Honor.'' ~II to their attention fac and tatement , Saturday, March 291111111111 · 1111111111 111 ~:: howing the lethargic and prejudiced "Y" Movie, " Smilin' Through ." : III II II IIll Ill II Ill Ill Ill Ill IIII Ill Ill II 1111111111111111111111111 ll IIII II tate in w hich merican coll ege tud- j ent are living. LITERARY ARTICLE While foreign college tude nts ar aUve to the great w orld problem we, " Oh plea e let me in." ga ped a a college student , it by uninter ted blue eyed black haired vi ion in o(t : ~ in their problems. While merican furs of the urprised young man who : mi ionarie teach the Christian spirit faced her through the Op n door. § in other end , tho e who come to our "I've walked mile ancl mile and I've : . bore are hardened toward hti t- only nine cent to my name and l'm § ~ ianity by the treatwent they receive your cou in ally Mary Jon from cat1 :: here. ·while we accept Ch.ri tianity Cleveland." ~ we expre our hatred towards tho e ~ , ell tr, i n't tbi Dr. Geor : of other (ace and nationalitie . Hartman's aparbnent?". she demanded : thefl1 :: Undoubtedly omething i wrong. a he only gazed at her in dumb : l e uch condition as the e hould not amazemen t . "Ad n are you Dr. George -: bY,.,. . . "'~ exi t. ow that we have been told 'cau e if you're not 1'J L of our weaknesse , Jet u face them Hartman, have to-," h.er ally Mary's b : p . rav-- ~ with open minds. 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"By J . . ove it 1s Christma,. I'd forgotten w 11 . ha · e • m ce you're here and th've to be ta k·en care of I'll turn is apartme t . n over lo you and go Park With f . her h a nend near here " rallied Ost "H , ' You?" aven t eaten yet, have "l' b ally Mary shook her head. et' f e back in a half hour and we' ll 8 or th to . geth ce 1ebrate Christmas toYouner_- See you later." And the "Wg man vanished into the hall. ell no w, 1.sn •t he urprisinl!' th ough "• mused Sally Mary a she brush cen t e her black bobbed hair. ·' De­ With h~rt of a relative to have, too. an d h. eyes the color of fresh cider A. ~ai?· ty red hair. I like ' um." the d hour later he called from "J oor • "H e II o. Ready yet?" 1 the ~ d a minute," Sally essayed from e room. "Jupiter , Packa ' you re a good looking 1J1a ge to have delivered on Chri st­ eve ·• h apPeare e confided as Sally Mary Pie d c' b lue eyes shining and dim ­ · h "l'rueepenin· g Ill er sof t pink cheeks. · glad that · f n·end o f n1ine • , engrneer th ey Ilen t aro. un d ," he a nnounced as ''Tel[ PPed mto the waiting taxi. ally 1r me ~II about him," in sisted I hate ~ry cri sply, "is he dark or fair? to b t ark men. They·re up1)osed reacherou ." dOctore "dark • very dark," tated tbe the Wi! a nd he is proof again t all ·Se Illee and gui·1e of women. Pro1111 When he'You'll n0 t P Iay the coquette "I around." ~•tary,Promi "l'd e• n 0 th'mg, " laughed ::,ally

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"I guess you'll have to. Ko o ne each other's company. They were like else around to do it and you sel'm two children let loo e fo r a g lori ous competent," agreed Sally Mary. holiday. With _every hou r s;,ent in "In an hour," he cried, and the re- the young man's pre ence Sally ceiver clicked. Mary's thoughts of the other back in "How ma te rl y," murmured Sally Cleveland grew fewer and fewer until Mary. finally she forgot him altogether. The day was ideal. Snow had fall- "And I almost married him," she en quietly all night but at dawn th e thought, "if Auntie's nephew is thi s wind had brushed th e heav ens clc:ir nice what must his friend be like. and the sum rose in colorfu l g lory. ' Stand still, little heart, stand still." Every snow imbedded roof seemed Late that night he left h h · I 'd ·h kl' . er at t e 111 a1 ~1t par mg diamonds a nd apa rtment door. "Tomorrow Aunt the white beau ty of the whole world Mary' coming back and she'll intro­ dazzled the. eyes. Sall~ ~ary a.n~ ! he ; duce you to th e black haired engin­ doctor, eat mg, wors hippin g, unvmg · eer. You'll fo rget a ll about me pertogether, found increasing delight in (Con tinued on page seven .)

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LITERARY ARTICLE (Co ntinued from page five.) haps. But don't forget that you ha·:e given me the nice t Chri stmas I've ever had. And if so met hin g should happen to change a ll this please be kind. I'll send the taxi at ten. Good­ night." ., Now that was not quite so good thought Sally Mary. "As king me to be kind. How co uld I be a nythin g e l e. Oh, I li ke 'um. And I'm so tired and leepy and happy. Good­ night, cousin, th at I wish wasn't," she murmured again into her pillo w. At ten ten the next day Sally Mary was again at her a unt' door. But thi s time it was thrown wide and her a unt's arm clo ed about he r. unt Ann " Oh, my dear," cried "what a terrible time you m ust ha,·e had and I never knev.r you ,vere con1-

Knapp. ,Bessie Lincoln, t er Sullivan, and Helen K ern Were d • c d un ay dinner guests of the Ara Y lub. ing." ' d" cl "Oh , it wasn ,t so ba ' laug he The T 11. F .d a sman gi rl s ente rtain ed Sally Mary, "George looked after me rt ay evening with a " Hard Time" ju t sp lendidly." Party I 11 k . "George. why he wa n't-'' began lik · eep111g with the povertye atmosph ere mush a nd milk was erved f her aunt. or refreshments. "Yes he wa . \Vh en I got her~ E B Mary n · rewbaker·s friends re- and d'1scovere d you we re go ne and. 1Ctnbered h d • ts I tramped miles . er on her birthday by only ha nme cen . ending . . . 11 I f O u nd ht apartment. p Pec1a l de liveries of pot s and and miles ti . d an . H was home and he took me m an 1 e h. tm en t McKi . I f d me and gave me is apar Jo C .d nncy s from Columbus visited e . h . t to a friend' ." rt 1and und while e wen r ' ay. A t Ann' eyes had grown 1arge Lorene un I health r mith, because of ill and larger a the recital progres ec · "But Sally Mary, I got a telegram ' eturned to her ho m e Friday. Marj or· C G th . morning ; he's at a 'We k. ie opeland a vi itor over the from eorge is He . e -end ' • 1 tion in Ba 1tnnore. med1ca &ue ' was the Sunday dinner co nven .st ,, t of the Phoenix Club. went the day before Ch n 1:nas. . Mr C Sall Mary ank weakly in a chair Childr · ox, Mrs. Miller and two hy .d he was Geor o-e Hartman " en and M . . I . h "B ut e a1 1 rs. S axou r v1s1tec clizabeth wit he had a nice smile and brown . axour, Sunday. and d ty red hair. Oh, Aunt eyes an rus Lo1 B. lfarriet ieke(, Gertrude Myers, and Ann, who wa it?" , dinnc Whi tier enjoyed Sunday "Why my dear, that Georo-e's r at P r 0 f • , en· th younoO "' • a nd Mrs. Valentme . f •end Richard ye r , e t -lhe d0 n I t you He mu lhe \V nn \va well repre ented at gineer of whom ~vo Ge ~• room e 1 Ya n game. I e been stayi ng in eorg ,av M " Au nt 1111 And he-Oh, Sally ary, Stu:-:;d_ _ _ __ __ out la ughi ng. • d ents to Attend Opera. burst h" he cne A numb "T he deceitful wretc ' n't to att er of tud ents are planning " wo.nder he wou ld talk "h et1d th e Japane e opera o f out 1 o · o ".J.adam . medical profe ion. n da e Butterfly" to be given Wed- about the . k lower and " her voice san Y ve · b "No wonder olumb ning at Memoria l Hall in won d er, he choked back a o i·k blue stars au tu cent u · Profe sor Grabi ll urges 1 h h aid m)" eyes were i e " to hear .' w o po ibly can, to go e s h. hristma package. h . "I'm going lllerit . tdlll op ra wh ich is of high and called me is l' ,111 . 0 ff er he ro} the be t in mu 1c. Sally ro e from her c a1r,he rou t be h bow ~e u.nge bo~ "Madame Butterfly" will bome at once . . e-'' <111c1_ th l a Japane e prima donna, laughmg at 01 · t' d her aunt, Ciua!ity upporting ca t is also of high " 0 wond~r" co\~:a]ied me late . here With the To tho e who are familiar holding her tightly, . d t Id me you "ere '-'ery intere t~ry the opera will prove la t mght an te de cribing tere ted . _ting as well as to those in- then spen t five 1]11DU ty 1 wonder and beau · - 0 111 it for the mu ic alone. your c h arm ou till he came Stu; i - - - - - he told i;1e t~ ~ad to lotk }'OU 1,' ents Vote on Bok Plan at one o clock, . oUowin h 111 ng Pl _g t e relea e of the win- in the hall closet.",, the ro y face dis' Oh unt nn. t's houl d er. ''I'll lcst, thanAtn the Bok Peace Plan cona e rn · . is it?" ll opPort .erican people were given appeared on her aun th \ hat time . ~&ardin unity to exp ress their view stay a mon .· W tz Philalethea. th Pauline en ' tterbeig e plan. The tudents of 11 Wer to · • \'ote last e given an opportunity Beat Denison I Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Seniors should come in at once for their class Photos for the Sibyl.

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Men's Suits and Overcoats Reduced The once-a-year clearance that give c llege fellow a chance to get the very uit and coat that they' e anted all ea on-at pri ce that brin o- unexpected avmg. $35 and $40 Suits and Overcoats

$50 to $55 Suits and Overcoats

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$45 Overcoats and $42.50 to $47.50 Suits

$57.50 to $65 Suits and Overcoats

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Many of the suits are Stein-Bloch. Some have two pairs of trousers. Every overcoat in Lazarus Men's Store is at a sale price. (Lazarus Men's Store-Second Floor)


THE TAN AND CARDI NA L . • I • • . d Of t ,\cSeminary was found ed in \\·e ten·illc ed with a hea rt y app lause and helct his Mr . ~d lie ~onlc. hea d .. . E. . I Cl d' f E . cs ha a, by th e et 10 1st ,p, copa rnrch. au 1tors or about an hour with the partment of Home conoro t an ' ,\ 1r,. THE DORM IMPP f M l d Doe. not feel able to do ju,tice to · Then \Vesleyan was Ifounded by thftie tale and ·conditions he guests roe or 0 . · . · · b of hhis ·ea rly f life I f ,. r 1holiday \I 11·,tco1nl1 a·,1d daughter ' )_:s· 1842 her dumb column this wee k·. d uc to same c h urch 111 • cavmg no ,u - a out t e tnne o t 1e opem ng o th e u .rr . . g i· at an_\;:.111, being the victim of shattered ncrYe, cic n t fie ld. fromd "hich the Seminarycl war. 'vVhcn in college in th e cast. Dr . f~rd.· Profe sor \'\.hitcornb i!l; caused by a room-mate wh o, in her cou Id d en ve a equate patronage an , J o nes felt that if th e l ' nio n \HTC no t structor in Manual i ra1 nlll · I sleep, threw shoes at her. suppor t, It stru ggled on for a le"· saved he would no longe r want to Jin· University. years and then became hopel essly in- in the Cnited States . an d that if till' Union were presen·cd he wou ld nu t Recommended to any ,·audcvilk volved in debt and closed its door,. A committee of the Scioto Co nfer · want to Ji,·e here had he not had a circuit the dignified coed who on her " .. ,· home in a berth thought she was ence. of the 1:lnited_ Brethren Ch~1rch. part in avin g it. Hi accoun t of go ing so uth on a unbuttonin g the Pullman curtain, ap~o1_nted to mvest,gate the Semmary ancl in her drowsiness 1111hn1toned the bu1\dmgs, fi nally bought them for I tr ansport. expe ri enc es on ship hoard porter's coat. ~1,300. There were the~ three b_uil d- and the fir t engagement that he had Says that anyon e wi shing a goocl mgs, a th ree st or y bnck dormitory \ e,·er been in were tales that intc rcstc •I hear ty laugh should cal l at ri ::rn P. M. and a two story fr~m e Chapel. located his auditor s. on some coed s who take "'.V1 iss .\ mer• 1 where the gymna mm now stand s. a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ it'l LAMBERT HALL NOTES ica's" creeping exercise. Further in - : humble tart f~r. our pre ent plan t I for mation in cludi ng lthc dormitor y I va lued at one m1lhon dollars and con­ Miss Loui se Robin on, voca l in- \ t and the numbe r of the room will be isting of nine b uildings. . structor . spent her hri stm as vacation e ve I given upon requ est. Thanks, Wesley~n, for putting the at her home in J onesboro, Arkan sas. Blendon on the bhnk! Did not accompl ish mu ch on tho.: 1 cold day the other week end becau e Sibyl News 1 Co t s no m ore she had to help thaw out a foolish F ranct. s p ottenger an d J osep h 1to ·Sophomore's nose who had trotted the M B • M ·1 r When he return ed a_yne, u m_e s anager ~nd Art \ o th ers.and g uarant four mi e squa e. . Editor respectively of O tterbem'3 l\l24 . . she reminded one of the poli. ceman on s 1·iJy 1, recen t 1y ma cl c a b usmes, v .,s11 the corner of Broad and High str eets to the Canton E 11grav1ng • Comoany. \ please yo u . who . had bee n through the torm s o t .·\ll mem 1Jer s o [ t h e S'lt Jy I sta ff. are winter. working diligen tly to edit a book \ ) t was rumor ed that her gallant es- whi ch will be worthy of Otterb ein. pink, cort had to have hot application and · The Can to n Engraving Comp1.ny has attendants also. ent in copies of the four color w ork . White, ?\ at ural, that will be a feat ure of the Sibvl thi ith up on from year. This four color work i ·an iri - 1 Brun ette. TIPS AND CLEWS. nova tio n in Otterb ei n ann ual work. Tip :-.Jo. :1:{3. Sharp i the ma n -F. E. McGuire, Editor who wins Otter bei n' Oratorical Con · \ test. Dr. Jones Leads Y. M. C. A.

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The mode rn clam. ays one of our I O ne of the large t audiences of the youn g cienti t' s, is eq uipped wit h an ~ear turned out to hear Dr. Jon es reintake and an ex hau t. late so me of hi s perso nal expe rience of the Ci,·il War at Y . M. C. A ,\n examp le of a concrete word, Thursday night. Dr. Jones wa greetsugge t the fre hman , i " sidewalk.''

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Quiz. hat i the penalty for bigam y ? \ Two mothers-in-law. Prof. Fritz (calling the roll ): ''Mr. B. Mr. B. (q uite naturally ): U npre­ pared.-Another victi m of habi t.

This week's prize "po t cript" i awarded to th girl who, , riting to the folk at home about the approach­ ing "exam " added. P. . What i th e tronges t b rand of coffee? Clew o. 13. Our Campu \euth promi e to reveal oou the cau e of the sudden revival of learning among th tudent of tt rbein. OLD TIMER SAY S :

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DUNLAP'S Greatest Sale of Men's Shoes Men of Central O hio are cer­ tainly patronizing this sale of Men' s Winter Shoes. Not odds and ends, nor diseon­ itnued old styles. But bright sn~ppy new styles all at sale pnces. All Nettleton Shoes and O xfords up to $16.50

$11.45 All Bostonian W inter Shoes up to $10.00

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