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Misses Dorothy Yancey and Maiy
Clark attended the Garber-Davis
dance given in Salisbury on March 8.
Miss Marie Edgerton . spent last
week-end in Oak Ridge with her
mother, who is sick.
Miss Berenice Linville is back from
a short visit to her parents in Ker-
Miss Margaret Whitaker spent last
week-end with relatives in Hanestown.
Misses Juanita Sprinkle, Edith
Hanes and Rachel Jordan went to
Greensboro to shop last week.
Miss Sarah Watt has returned from
a visit to her home in Reidsville.
Misses Elizabeth Hudson, of
Monroe, and Miss Blanche Thompson,
of Lexington, both ex-Salem girls,
were visitors at Salem last week.
Misses Elizabeth Ashford, of New
Bern, Miss Rookh Fleming, of Wilson,
and Miss Margaret Council, of Salis
bury ,are visiting friends in the
Misses Marion Cooper and Elizabeth
Connor were in Greensboro shopping
Miss Mary Bradham is visiting
friends at G. C. W. in Greensboro.
Mrs. Barnes was the week-end visi
tor of her daughter Mildred.
Miss Elizabeth Felts of Durham,
spent the week-end at Salem as the
guest of Miss Louise Cooke.
Miss Nell Morris, of Thomasville,
was the week-end guest of Pearl Ray
and Fay Roberts.
Miss Nellie Muse spent the week
end with Mary Darden.
The Trinity Chronicle; Plans for
student government at Trinity are be
ing formulated. No radical action has
taken place, but the committee has be
gun work and the faculty has given
hearty approval to the suggested
Tar Heef: Congratulations on your
successful basketball season, Carolina!
You certainly rounded up things in
the championship game against
Davidsonian: From all reports
Junior Speaking must have been a
wonderful success; we are wondering
just how you feel since the departure
of the fair damsels from your midst.
The Comenian: We are delighted
to note among our last exchanges
“The Comenian” from the Moravian
College at Bethlehem, Pa. Your mag
azine is splendid and brings to us a
glimpse of your school life that we en
joy. How ’bout coming south with
that famous Glee Club?
NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGIATE
PRESS NEWS SERVICE
Dr. W. H. Fraser has accepted the
presidency of Queen’s and will arrive
in June to take up his duties. Dr.
Fraser is now president of Belhaven
College, Mississippi and is a well-
known educator in the South.
The ministers and elders of the
Presbyterian Churches of Charlotte
and vicinity entertained the college
faculty Thursday evening, in the
parlors of the First Presbyterian
Queens was represented by three
students at the Student Volunteer
Conference held at Trinity College the
week-end of the twenty-fifth.
At a meeting of the Athletic Council
held on last Tuesday night the tenta
tive schedule of intercollegiate track
meets was passed on and was made
ready for publication. The schedule
for this spring’s track season calls for
three meets here and three abroad,
one of those abroad being the State
meet. The schedule embraces three
ancient rivals of Trinity’s on the track,
Carolina, State College, and Wake
Forest. Each of these is to be met on
the local field, Carolina on the 8 or 11
of April, State on the 14 of April, and
Wake Forest on the 22 (pending).
The State meet will be held at Caro
lina as is customarily the case on
The track squad will make one trip
during the season for two meets.
That the team will be sure to make
this trip is definitely assured by the
graduate manager. Two trips have
been looked into, one to the South and
one into Virginia. Which one will be
the ultimate selection depends largely
on how the dates can be arranged. In
either case two meets will be arranged
for the trip.
Track prospects for this season
seem bright. Coach Egan is an ex
perienced track man, being an unusu
ally good jumper, clearing the bar at
six feet two inches. He is a member
of the New York Irish A. C. and from
his conneition with this organization
has had much practical experience.
An assistant coach to assist Mr. Egan
will be chosen during the coming week
and announcement made of the choice
in next week’s Chronicle.
“A woman should have a young
heart, an old head, and a baby face.”
May 7 is the time! How can we
wait for the above day to arrive, when
men, yes, perfectly good men, will be
in our midst? Enthu.siasm is running
high for the Junior-Senior prorn and
it is hoped that it will be a bigger
success this year than ever before.
DAVIDSONIAN AWARDS GOLDEN
QUILS TO REPORTERS
The Davidsonian has given to seven
of its faithful and efficient reporters
golden quills as marks of appreciation
for their work for the college weekly.
Each year during Junior Speaking
awards are made to the members of
the Reporters’ Club who have written
the largest amount and the best class
of matter for the paper, who have
done the most for the general interests
of the paper. .
The Davidsonian works its staii
members up in a regular succession.
New men w’ho do the best in reportmg
are chosen for the Reporters’ Club and
the best men of the Reportep’ Club
are chosen for the staff. This keeps
a steady stream of men working up to
positions of responsibility with “the
best college weeldy in the South.”
SMART EASTER APPAREL
Millinery, Footwear^ Hosiery,
Suits, Dresses, (>oals, Accessories
III Distiiiclive New Models and Colorings
At INew Low Attractive Prices
ROSENBACHER & BRO.
HOME OF GOOD EATS
Where Courtesy, Civility, Clean and Quick Service Prevail
A cafe devoted exclusively to Ladies
HOPKIiNS-L VNDQUIST CO.
Where Your Dollar Will Buy tlie Most
We Carry a Full Line of Stationery, Toilet Waters,
Perfumes, Talcum and Face Powders
If it’s Candy or PVuit or any ”good thing”
you want, phone 997 or visit
H. E. FAIRCLOTirS GOODY SHOP
400 South Main Street
ELON CLOSES SUCCESSFUL
The game with Wofford on the home
floor Monday evening will bring
Elon’s basketball season to a close. It
is not probable that any extra games
will be played to break existing ties
with Davidson, Wake Forest, or N. C.
State, owing to the early opening of
the baseball season.
On the whole the season has been
very successful. A total of nineteen
games were played, including all the
college teams in the state except
Trinity, three strong Virginia Col
leges, and five “Y” and Association
games. Of these nineteen games
eleven have been won while eight
resulted in victories for the opposing
teams. Not a single game was lost
on the home floor. . , ,
The record of games with the state
colleges only is especially gratifying.
Out of eleven games seven were won
and four were lost. Guilford and
Lenoir were defeated twice each.
Davidson, N. S. State, and Wake
Forest were each defeated on the local
floor but succeeded in turning the
tables on their own courts. Carolina
also defeated the Maroon and Gold
quint. Elon’s percentage in state col
lege games only is 636, which places
her in a high position on the list.
On February 19, the Guilford Col
lege debating team won a double vic
tory in a dual debate with Hampden-
Sydney College. The question debated
was resolved. That waiving all ques
tions as to transportation,'the Federal
Government should own and operate
all the coal mines in the United States,
E. L. Hollady and S. C. Hodgin, the
affirmative team, won by a two to one
decision at Guilford, while J. C. New-
lin and A. I. Newlin won by a unani
mous vote at Hampden-Sydney.
Chapel Hill, March 4.—Recent de
velopments justify the belief that the
summer session, begining June 21st of
this year, will be a very successful
one. According to an announcement
from the secretary all the rooms in
V'ance, Pettrigrew and Battle and
many others besides have already been
taken. Mr. Walker, the director, is at
Harvard on leave but will return in
time to assume his former duties.
Every member of the school of educa
tion will remain “on the Hill” for the
summer, preferring to teach hero
rather than elsewhere.
The Co-ed basket-ball team at the
University lost two games on their
initial trip last week, playing again.st
Lenoir and Charlotte Y. W. C. A. and
losing by a goodly margin in both
Dr. C. S. Mangum and Prof. A. H.
Patterson of the faculty committee on
athletics recently attended the south
ern college athletic conference held in
Atlanta. The conference, an out
growth of similar state conferences,
will be modeled after the mid-western
conference and will be founded upon
the principles of the one-year rule for
first year men, prohibition of money
for summer baseball and the settle
ment of special cases by the institu
Carolina’s baseball schedule for
1921 as recently given out by Manager
Ruffin includes an extended northern
trip and a three-day stay in Gotham.
The big trip will embrace contests
with Georgetown, V. M. I., Maryland,
Fordham, N. Y. U., C. C. of N. Y. and
Swarthmore. The season opens with
New York University playing here on
March 23. Other schools to be en
countered are the ancient rival Vir
ginia, and a number of state schools,
Wake Forest, Trinity, State, Davidson
and Guilford. Plans are being made
also for a game with Buffalo, which
club trains at Durham.
At a recent mass meeting of the
young men, the annual fee of the
Athletic Association was raised from
five to ten dollars. Only five men
voted against the change.
A delegation from Erskine College,
Due West, S. C., including the presi
dent of the college, visited Guilford
last week to inspect the college donni-
DAVIDSON JUNIOR SPEAKING
Fair weather, fair maidens, well-
delivered speeches, musical and dra
matic exhibitions, basketball, interest
ing (to say the least) strolls, and gen
eral good fellowship, made the 1921
Junior Speaking the best ever.
The sixteen Juniors chosen from the
literary society preliminaries ten days
ago, looked mighty fine in their full
dress, and their presentations of the
varied subjects were equally pleasing.
Another victory was added in
basketball when the Winston Y was
defeated Friday night. The Glee Club
concert Saturday afternoon was a real
revelation and a real pleasure. The
two one-act plays Saturday evening
left little to be desired in the drama
tic line. The Junior reception Satur
day night furnished a jolly good time
The new Junior Speaking set a fine
pace for future occasions of this kind,
and marked an advance in the social
life on Wihlcat Hill.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF IN
TERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSO
President J. Eris Cassell of the
North Carolina Inter-collegiate Press
Association has appointed the follow
ing as the executive comniittee, of