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Pupils Recital In Mr. Dwire Speaks
At History Club
, of^ Vc
5 interestingly of several ob-
tions which he made while
id, especially while in Ger-
™ Mr. Dtireltated that all of Eu-
nt (La Gaiete)
Miss Dowling to Edit
Sights and Insights
X at Salem and she has been'r
member of the annual ^staff ^eael
ing, has been a member of the u.»u-
tution for three years and has .een
so «ome J^W
Davidson Glee Club
Concert Monday Night
on the part of the average Ge
fetUng.^" Tlic"* growth‘”^f tir socill'
while in Italy and
Dwire also c
by I. R. S.
Salem College students enjoyed
a very delightful Social Forum on
Friday night, March eleventh, from
nine-thirty to ten o’clock.
Sells gave a humorous dialogue, and
Miss Pauline Barkeley gave a clev
er novelty dance. A specia’ ' '
of the program was a m
by Miss Fritz Firey.
At the conclusion of the program
Miss Anna Pauline Shaffncr, Presi
dent of I. E. S., presented
of the “Living Endowme:
which amounted to about eleven dol
lars will be contributed to^the fund
French Club Plans
The regular meeting of the French
Club wiil be held on Wednesday,
March 16, at five o’clock. The pro
raises the amount of $5,000 “Living
Endowment” which will meet the
sllem^t'ill cLse^o be ’a meml
the Association of Colleges and
and because of in
cents per day, which will be co
uted to the “Living Endown
r the auspices of tl
Mr. W. M. Hendren Speaks
In Expanded Chapel Service
Delivers Interesting Lecture; Discusses the Res
urrection of Jesus From the Standpoint
of a I
tended, giving evidence o^f"* its“ho^-
prehensive and wide in its ap
Lovers of jazzy music were given
in being able to
tic inclinations might find deep sat
isfaction in the numbers sung by the
'itv, was tlie speaker for Ex
panded' Chapd Wedne^s-
Resurrection of Jesus from the
standpoint of a lawyer, and his sub-
would in a trial ^to prove that the
It is asserted by some and denied
not be proven by logical reason-
„ and argument 6i man, but they
must be believed by the heart. '
Paul said, “With the heart man
ed by wit and cleverness, showing
with real depth of expression.
The soloists of the evening were
Mr. R. L. Lowrance and Mr. Wil
son. Both sang very well and gra-
The piano accompaLments "for
the concert were played by Mr. P.
B. Frye and Mr. Mobely.
1 (Protheroe)—Glee C
Volley Ball Finals
To be Played Monday
ll7at^2i'30 ot*lLk.^*The teams have
story of the resurrection. The dif-
must get out of the realm of
and hope and enter the reali
pure facts. The four gospels and
the Acts tell of the great mornii "
the arrest of .
did not believe until they were con
vinced by irresistible evidence. The
their own blood and men will will-
If we eonMder the gospel writers
Gtion did not give birth to an
a scheme or that the faith of
ers in Galilee. In the forty days
that he spent on earth after His
resurrection, he showed Himself to
about six hundred people, but we are
told in the record that some doubted.
7act, but it puts a seal of verity on
lived on earth, that He was cruci
fied and buried on Friday, and that
The fact of the tomb guarded by
Jesus camro^roftheTimr'All the
narratives agree that when the wom
en went to the tomb, they failed to
find the body. The disciples did
not believe the women, for they}
forThfR^mrn sTldie^ who'slept‘a^
his duty. This fact shows that the;
did not imagine or invent the act.
Mr. Hendren said that in exam
stTry *are ^1 eft^out, while some
Edgar Guest Was Visi
with him for the evening, Edgar
lis famous poems.
St interesting fea-
‘t"gar'each of his
u poem, “It Takes a Heap o’
’ In a House to Make It