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GUILFORD COLLEGE, N. C
Fred H. Morris Editor-in-Cliief
C. Robt. Mitchell. .Business Manager
Prof. W. E. Moore Censor
Prof. J. B. Woosley Alumni Editor
Bessie Guthrie Laura Davis
Harrell Budd Ethel Speas
Ezra Moore Sarah Richardson
Joseph Reddick Mary I. Shamburgei
Deborah Brown Clifford Hinshaw
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TUB GUILFORDIAX, Guilford Col
lege. N. C.
Thursday: 0.45, Prayer meet
Friday: 7.00, Literary Socie
ties. Websterian-Zatasian recep
Saturday: 7.80, Lecture, Wm.
Sunday: Religious services.
Monday: 0.30, Biblical Seminar.
Tuesday: Senior class meeting.
Wednesday: Sophomore class
meeting. Literary Club.
From casual remarks that have
been heard on the campus we are
aware that mid term is here. Our
instructors in our various studies
have kindly given us a recitation
period in which to prove to them
by a written paper that we de
serve to be classed as "A" stu
dents. I am sure that many of
you took advantage of this oppor
tunity to show that you deserved
high rank in your studies, but
those of you who did, made the
grade, not 011 that test period, but
on all your previous recitations.
Those of you who have been
studying hard and as a result
have made good should not for a
moment permit this fact to cause
you to slow up. The "A" may
have been just an "A" and one
that cannot be reproduced at mid
year without a greater effort than
was put forth for this one. Let
this grade give you a strong reso
lution to keep it even if it requires
a great deal harder work.
Those who did not make good
grades should realize the fact that
you have not put forth the effort.
Those who failed (I hope this
number is small) should not let
this discourage you but let it act
as a goad to force you to .work
when you want to be having a
good time. Never say: "Prof.
didn't trea*. me right. He flunked
me when he could have passed me
if he had wanted to." Just realize
once for all that von have not been
making use of your rime, that you
are here for work and if you work
you will make good and will have
no cause whatever for grumbling.
THE QUAKER STUDY CLASS.
A group whose purpose is to
study the history and doctrines of
the Society of Friends held (lur
ing the month of October three
successful and well attended meet
ings. A great deal of interest has
been shown in tl>(- undertaking not
only on the part of the
Friends of the College who feel a
need to know better the reasons
and historical background for
their faith, but also on the part of
many of other denominations who
And in the history of Quakerism
much that is worth knowing.
The program of the first: meet
ing consisted of a discussion by
Professors Balderston and Brin
ton of the history of the modern
Young Friends movement in Eng
land and America and the confer
ences and other activities in which
it has expressed itself.
In the second meeting l'rof.
Brinton outline 1 the history of
the Christian Church from apos
tolic times, particularly dwelling
011 the conditions which brought
about the Reformation in Ger
main- and Puritanism in England,
and the history of the religious
unrest and many sects of the Com
monwealth period, out of which
In the third meeting Gertrude
Cronk took up the life of George
Fox, selecting particularly those
incidents which throw the most
light on his character and the na
ture of his message. Prof. Balder
ston followed with an account of
Fox's Journal and read several in
teresting passages in the pic
turesque language of the original
manuscript. It is the plan for the
next meeting to take up several of
the most striking characters of
the early period.
ZATASI AN NOTES
Our meeting of Oct. 29 was one
of unusual interest. The program
was one of the best that we have
had, and for this program a large
part of the credit should go to our
new members. The program con
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A. L. RIDDICK, College Representative.
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It is indeed encouraging to Hie
old Zatasians to see the new mem
bers perform' their duties in such
a cerditable manner.
At this meeting also we were de
lighted to bear the words of en
couragement given by our visitor,
Prof. W. E. Moore.
Under miscellaneous business,
Clara Hinshaw was made an ac
tive member and Prof. .Moore an
Our program for Nov. 5 was
splendid, including a very inter
esting debate, for which Misses
Taylor, Out land and Davis acted
as judges. One of the special fea
tures of the program was a set of
rules and maxims for our society,
given by Miss Copeland.
We had with us Misses Aver and
Edwards, who each gave us some
very helpful remarks. We are al
ways glad to have any member of
the faculty come to visit us; we
feel that we are benefitted by their
remarks of encouragement or crit
icism which ever it mav be.
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