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WINSTON-SALEM, N. C., OCTOBER 9, 1926.
“Tin Gods” Enjoyed
By MacDowell Club
played tlie leading role, that of
Roger Drake, a young civil engi-
may be of the greatest possible
benefit to all the players. Charlotte
Sells, head of basketball, reports
pecially fine" spirit, and thU their
teams contain some very good ma
terial. Come on, upperclassmen
Training rules for all those inter
ested in making the teams, go into
effect this week. The final teams
1 is open, the
There will be a contest in long dis
tance swimming for ” '
try. Trials may 1:
time when the po,
of the season.
Call Meeting of N
Club on Wednesday
The purpose of the club, to si
Have Test Meeting
takes a contract to build a large
bridge in South America. Wliile
America, turns to drinking in order
to forget his grief. He is finally
Black Plague. He is cared for by
gi*rl, who has fallen i/love^with him^
bridge and hurls herself into
rushing stream below, where I
- ’ her body. In her memor
cast in a masterly way and the great
success of the play was in a large
measure due to its directress. It
must be said also that the members
lesitance upon the part of any
'^*¥he’hall door of the Alice Cl.
leadership, during the changing of
reels. Ice cream was sold after the
Visits Salem College
legt"on" ilonday, October 4th'
W. Long. Mr. J
1. R. S. HEALTH CAMPAIGN
LAUNCHED AT CHAPEL SERVICE
Purpose and Ideals of I. R. S. Discussed; Health
Campaign Closed Friday Night at Social
Mr. Long while the latter were in
Poland doing Y. M. C. A. work.
Since that time he has been en-
Science Club Holds
First Regular Meeting
time of the meeting was changed
from Wednesday to Friday nights.
Each member of the club rep( ’
The time of the play was some
while before the fall of Babylon.
The play opened with the conver-
door and prayed for a hoop. The
little mischievous boy wrote this
“I saw a purple bird
Go up against the sky
And it went up and up
And round about did fly.
which they took to mean that the
King would soon be destroyed, and
all his subjects with him, unless he
uered his pride. He did as
turned, still wishing for his hoop.
He saw the golden crown, and think
ing it was the hoop for which he
had wished, snatched it up w
tinnking the^pds had accepted the
sIlm,^^for,” he said, "ft was the
goal of my four thousand mile trip.”
tin board in Main Hall. He urges
g of the Club. As there was
o the interests of the I. R.
of the I. R. S.
of the I. R. S. Y
Ld that^sXm'^glL”wfu ^e benrfit-
Honored in Statistics
October 4th, statistics were voted
upon, and the following were the
lie purpose of the I. R. S. has
:ks of Good Manners, and vari-
tnree days closing i-riaay nignt at
Social Forum. At this a prize was
er of the occasion, Mr. Harry Long,
t it is a crime to a
ance, but plenty of fruit is
canjln^rs^ who Led 'LrmaUy
^ost perrect7hysiearcond"ition uV
til the appearance of the white man,
who trie dto civilize them. As a
result they have died by the thou-
parftively*^ few *^left ^alivl ^^1^°™
of the greatest ^hindrances tc
health of girls is the high hee
some modern shoes. To keep ]
ically fit and to be able to a
daily work, one must take plen ,
exercise, and, after all, the steady
and alert worker is the one who suc-
iness. and in life.
Miss Torbert told what the cor-
chin up,”ba"ck straight, *lnd‘Thou“£
the I. R. S., .
point of the off-campus students to
the I. R. S. and asked that they
pose of stimulating group conscious- is the first meeting of the year, and
ness and urged the hearty co-oper- promises to be most interesting
r Oct. 25
place on Monday evening, October
2.5th on the upper campus. This is
Lr'i*! Tookcd" fOTwa^d''to*" witin
^ plans are well under way, and
though everything is kept a secret,
it is certain that this occasion will
Science Club Enjoyed
Picnic and Boat Ride
bers of the sLnce ^ Club enter
tained the new members at a picnic
^iU a^Jre onlC'sanJ by
^’’ttey r‘e enjoyedty t^rS
the club are’: Janie Little, Mary M.
Turlin^on, Mary Duncan McAn-
nally. Dot Frazier, Mary Audrey
Stough, Sarah Dowling, Elizabeth
Dowling, Martha Dortch, Elizabeth
French Club to Have