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"The Campus Echo"
The FT’oshmari. clasr ra^t 1-iov. 1, under the supervision of Prof.
Davis and orgaxiized. There ^'/ere eighty Freshnen prosent at the meet
ing, v.'hich showed that a large percentage of the class had its pro
gress at hesrt.
The officers plected were a? folD.ov/s:
President, Mr. ’.Villiam Dorman
Vice *' Mr. Theodore Stroud
Secretary kiss Thelm.a Gilmor
Ksst. Sec. I'iss Olivia Dixon
Treas . Ivliss Ethel Alston
Sergeant at Arms Mr. Sylvester Brown
Business Mgi‘. Mr. Geoi'ge Vinson
Class Reporter, Marion Johnson
The class was called together Nov. 8, at which time plans were
made that will no doubt cause the class to have great success during
the year ’27-'£8.
The Freshm.an class on Nov. 4 presented to the school and also
its visitors, the members of the Bricks Junior College football
team, a very interesting and inspiring Program concerning the Negro
National Anthem. It wan sung go beautifully by the audience +^hat ^
everybody was forced into a uood of appi'eciation foi‘ v’nat Vi/as to fol
The Aim of the Class Mr. Doi'-m.an
Instrumental Solo Miss Lillian Forrest
Onportunitios of the Negro I'.r. Chas Alston
Vocal Solo uiss ii. 3. Faison
Progress of the Ne:,ro I'-ir. J. . bond
Is There i.n .Idvantags in Bei ig a Negro?-F. R. Reeves
Instrumental Solo Mr, V/. Hines
The New Negro Mr. J. R. Lloyd
The speakers who appeared on progi’sm certainly gave the stuvdent
body something that will be of value in the days that are to com.e.
Everyone vent away feelxng that tne best things can come from colored
Theodore Stroud a:id Marion Johnson were elected to represent the
Freshman class on the student Council which r/as recently organized.
V;e are hoping that Marion Johnson will soon be able to take his
lip from behind the banciage thft he has worn since isov. 19, at v/hich
time he received a kick in the Livingstone gamie.
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