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Motto: “SAIL ON, SALEM”
THE FIRST OF
('., Saturday, October 18, 1921
COLONEL CLEMENT MANLY The Pierrette Players
SPEAKS ON WEDNESDAY Announce Members
Colonel ^lanly Tells of Interesting Experience In
Scotland and England During the Summer
HELEN PUGH APPEARS IN
CONCERT AT SALEM COLLEGE
Famous Child Prodigy Gives Delightful Piano
Recital In Memorial Hall. Thursday Xight
, Scientific Society Has
about his trip through Scotland and
England, where he visited^ the
ful in Lth material and design, -
possessing that dignity which be- .
of lens. Especially interesting and
of a large glass raindrop which re-
one of the worlds lovliest garden Xabba Keyn(
ti^e‘vales’* and "Venr'^rf ftiS s^r"on7speXtor^ lo’^pull AUa irbbintl Isab
While the — are
might imagine them to be. All l„temational Papcr
rmer“Jre'‘^U:^tai:U Fof College StudciltS ’piano^eita^rtn^
and in their place are informai.ly ^ " ThZdir nikt
anL'esptit for Vox Studentium ^Published Monthly 3:15 o’clock. ^
"«”nd b‘o w™i.d“ ’'.■'I'lnin, '''-W'■'"i ™ 'to h... .1 i"« ,43”(".LTm'' mT.'.
held in February. ^ j f some when they were reminded that ‘‘gl't fanciful. Miss 1 ugh be
The club consists of an executive theTditor o T.trLrEM.xr ^ime” was still on his her s nd f, o , tl I 11
c u m ttee clud ng Dr. Wil- SA.EM.rK. , t Hungar an Rhapsody
LuEhby Misses Hall Smith Chase, .steeple was his ardent disciple. Yes, No- 12. ^.s she played with th.
R vnolds 1„ it was time to turn one’s face Salem- utmost skill and ease. A very strik
The Senior Class Has
Charge of Y. W. C.A.
Young^ and'^MT°Edlfn ^J.
■, Tabba Reynolds,
,y Lee Glasgow, Miriam Brietz,
y Alta Robbins,
October Twentieth Is
To Be Budget Uay
enstoe, uorotny viewers, aim .i.c October 20, has been
SSS'crr Tea For Episcopalian r.%S"."S;,.E
SmdenlsOn Thursday 1:“;;:'^?^.'’S;
job and that the clock in the churc
of tlie most ddightfur walks'^ olth
fiant'llzt Hungar'ian Rhapsody
. This she played with the
skill and ease. A vi
1 picturesque num
group was MacDowell
Wind. The last group c
R. E. .
. the VTsitors at Silem last
Tot^al .^....$5.50 madeTth^^^^^^^^ Te"! eT^ess"ol'“ PerTapT^the moTrt^
rte'3get on tlle^lppoEtld dl7“^' sa^rpelnuts we^'serv“ed"‘'’ iF^oft?"^ ^
prTsWent'^of^\he Stud^rt*" Self Gov-
Staying up all night may mak. Logical Prof: “Give me an ex- ti'me" every" note is as clear and dis-
1 wise as an owl, but an owl ha.s ample of a vicious circle ” tinet as a bell
sense during the day. ^ student: ^ -What you’re just go- The entire program of the eve-
One of the most intei
rams of the Y. W. C. A
ist Friday night by
place of the Y. W. C. A. in the col
of the puzzled man given by Mr.
Health is a lesson which .should be
^ Music Hou