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Brevard College, Brevard, North Carolina, Friday, November 1, 1935.
Early tomorrow morning the Tor
nado will leave for Belmont Ab
bey, where they will meet the Bel
mont football aggregation in the
Tornado's third conference game of
The Blue and White Jamesmen
have been working hard all week
running an almost new set of plays,
which they expect to try on the
Last week end the Tornado tram
pled Wingate in the most thrilling
varsity home game of the season.
Wingate scored early in the first
quarter to be the first junior college]
team to cross Brevard’s goal. Bel
mont fell victim to Mars Hill by a
score of 32 - 0 at Belmont last Sat
Walter Clayton, star halfback of
the Jamesmen, has been back in
the lineup all week and will very
probably start the game tomorrow.
Lance, outstanding tackle who suf
fered an arm injury in the first
game of the season, has been back
on the field this week, but will not
likely start for the Tornado.
The Tornado did not meet Bel
mont last year, because of a misun
derstanding regarding the date;
and this will be the first mix up be
tween the two schools. From all
reports the Abbey team is plenty
strong, and a smart team is expect
ed a» opponents of the Jamesmen
Approximately twenty-five of the
Brevard boys will make the trip,
leaving early tomorrow and retlirn'
ing immediately after the game.
Two managers will accompany the
The North Carolina Methodist
Students’ Conference convening at
College Place Methodist Church in
Greensboro, November 8-10, will
be host to twenty Brevard College
Earl Pearson, president of the
Methodist Club, is heading the
group going from this college. The
exact list of those attending is not
as yet known. The conference
meets annually and discusses such
matters as campus relationships,
world relationships, the Bible, and
other matters that concern the col
Brevard delegates have charge of
a twenty-minute devotional period
on Saturday of the convening week.
Among the outstanding speakers
for the conference will be Bishop
Paul B. Kern, Dr. Clyde Milner,
and Dr. H. E. Spence.
An arrangement has been made
by the coaches of Brevard and Boil
ing Springs to change the original
playing date of their conference
game from next Saturday to Fri
day. The game will be played here
Friday, Nov. 8th, at 3:30 P. M.
Attend All the Home Games
Date Team Place B. C. Opp
Sept. 28 Biltmore Away 0 0
Oct. 4 Wofford Away 13 0
Dot. 12 Erskine Home 33 0
Oct. 19 Rutherford Home 38 0
Oct. 26 Wingate Home 26 7
Not. 2 Belmont Away
Noy. 9 Boiling Spga. Home
Nov. 16 Lees-McRae Away ........
Kov. 23 Presbyterian Away
Nov. 28 Mars Hill Home
We were glad to have the families
of Frank Heffner and Russell Bostic
as visitors on our campus last Sunday
Pauline Auer went home for the
week end. While there she went
through the American Enka Corpora
tion plant and saw the complete pro
cess of rayon-making.
Marjorie Whisnant’s family from
West Asheville was here last Sunday
Troy Gilliam went home to Wood
leaf last week-end.
Miss Binford gave a surprise birth-
[day party for the following girls, who
I celebrated their birthdays in the
month of October: Virginia Render
son, Nell Davenport, Bessie Morrison
[Gertrude Yarborough, Hattie Giles
[and Madeline Farthing. The cutting
of the large white cake, decorated
with pink candles, was the main fea
ture of the evening.
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Simpson’s Barber Shop
Appreciates the Patronage of
Brevard College Students
Appreciates the patron
age of Brevard College
Regardless of the fact that football
king of sports now, tennis seems
be quite a popular sport among
le entire student body. Tom Gra-
lam, John Council, Sinclair Deal,
Alfred Buchanan, Russell Bostic,
iim Young, and Mazon Murphy are
among the best seen on the Taylor
Hiking is also among the fore
most winter sports in the mountains,
especially at this time of the year.
lere are numerous waterfalls near
)y that anybody would enjoy sitting
)y for an indefinite time. There
are mountains, within fifteen miles,
that people come hundreds of miles
see. The entire country has a
grandeur that should not be over-
ooked by anyone.
About 120 boys are reporting
twice each week for an hour class
physical education under Mr.
.^ames. These boys are not only
)uilding up strong and ready bodies
)y taking this course, but they are
>eing taught sound and necessary
lealthy living by a man who cannot
)e beat. It is quite a misfortune
t lat the girls cannot have the bene-
11 of a good physical director.
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Schools and Colleges. In ord«r to
achieve this objective, it will be
necessary to have endowment funds
aggregating $200,000 by the close
of the college year in June 1937. If
given the necessary encouragement,
the present leadership of the col-
ege will continue its efforts to pro
vide funds on which the institution
can be developed.
‘Brevard College must provide a
a sound type of education for the
young people who may seek its ad
vantages. Wholesome Christian
character must be the foundation
stone on which all programs should
)e planned. The college must pro
vide leadership for the church,
likewise, the church must provide
the resources for the construction
of the enterprise."
The Euterpean Society of Brevard
College met in the girls’ living room
October 29,1935. The president, Ruth
Sylvester, had charge of the meeting.
A committee was appointed to plan a
social. A delightful program was
given as follows: devotionals by Gert
rude Yarborough, piano solo by Mar
garet Wilson, reading by Ellen L. Gid-
ney, Campus gossip by Satenik Nah-
ikian, and a trio by Katherine Cofley,
Evelyn Cordell, and Ruth Sylvester.
After the program the meeting adjour
ned; and a yell was given for its
brother Society, the Clio.
Mnemosyneans and Delph-
ians Hold Joint Meeting
Concluded from poge S
Dance Music Orchestra
Talks Edith Beard, Bobby Rhein-
Saxaphone Duet Ulrich Gibbs and
Tap Dance Johnny McLeod
Song Bernice Brantley
'Poem Pat Shackford
Noise of Inexperience Bob Dixon
Fa-So-La Mary Helen Teague,
Pills Brothers Four Boys
Tin Pan Rhythm Makers Orchestra
Gracie and George Harriet and
Monday-Tuesday, November 4-5th
The Last Days of
Preston Foster, Dorothy Wilson
and a cast of thousands.
A picture every lover of ro
mance, drama, history and
thrills should see.
Old Students Visiting on
Among last weeks visitors were
Marshall Brown and Floyd Duncan
of Lincolnton, and Cecil Edwards of
Highlands, who were guests of Ross
Hall during their visit. All the
sophomores were glad to see these
former classmates again.
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