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Raleigh, H C
Meredith College, Raleigh, N. C., Friday, December 16, 1921
A CELEBRATION OF
HONOR IS STAGED
Altlio hardly nblo to restrain ouv enthu
siasm, wo dccided that it was only fair to
del'or our celebration of ouv admittance into
tlni Southern Association of A-1 Colleges,
until our President’s return on the follow
Aceordiugly the AVodncsday morning
DR. TAYLOR SPEAKS
ON EVOLUTION AND
RELIGION AT M.
wore very fortunate iu haviag Dr.
C. Taylor of the State College Facul
ty, with US on last Suiulnv evcMiinir iit
Y. W. (’. A.
LECTURE ON RUSSIA
IS GIVEN BY BARON
KORFF AT MEREDITH
On iLonday evening, December 12, under
the auspices of the Jnternalional Uchitiuns
Clul), J3aron S. A. Xorlf lectured to the
students, fncuity, uiiil Diitslde vi.sitors on
Dr. Taylor talked to us about ‘‘-li'issia, and Her I’Wiyii Kelations.'
'iiul Ji’elifjioii. His talk was divided info! Me iK'gan l)v briefly telling of the auspi-
fonr i-hii'l: beads. The iivst iliiiiti- he dis- eions opening of the Peace Conference now
, I , . j , , .'-'I neacis. ,ine iivsi iinini' ic is- eions opening ot t ic 'eace ('onforence now
ehai)el hour was given over entivelv to thisL,„.-„>,i . nn • ■ n , „ , . • • • , . vuno-tjuicc now
II.- 1 • I , t ,, cussed was—What ts Ji^rolalioii-? n sncuk- n> session ui ashiim’ton and tho wiindi.ri'ii?
celebratum. which was oneiiod bv I r. l!oom- : r .i • i .. 'ue woiHitiiul
(•(‘lebration, which was opc'Hod bv 'Mr. ISoom-
hdiir who iu a few words presented Dv.
Livingston Johnson, a gitoil friend of tlie
College, who had come to join us in onr
tbanksgiving. Dr. Johnson conducted our
(ievotioiuil exercises and then gave n.s a
lii'ief re\-iew of ouv college in it.s (?arly days,
aul of its struggles to I'caeh its present
standard. Ho paid deserved tribute to the
work of Miss Elizabeth Avery Colton and
Then Dr. Brower told ua the story of his
trip to IBirniingham and some of tho events
o1 ibe Assuoiuliou. As 1m‘ re\’ie\ved his e.\-
ing ol this he said that oflen [leople get the |’’^‘sults all statesiiKm feel sure will be the
three words r/iaiuje, invt/rrss and !outcome. Tben he s[)okc vividly of Uussin's
confused, lie defined cbiiuge as the state:^'i'Hy foreign relalions, her position in the
of being different now from a ihiy or a niiu-! J'-^i'tente forriied l>y Croat, Ih-itain, l-’raiicc,
ute or a time before, emphasizing the facti'^'d Unssia. and her dealings iu the Near
that ehangc' may be for'tho better or fov;l''‘i«r, resulting in ibe .Unsso-Japaueso War.
the worse. Progress be stated, is advanta-j^lo tobl of the many foi'eign alliances, some
geous change. And finally, evolution is!officially maile known to the world at'lar*e
se|ueritial change. Furthermofe, the fuMc-,i‘"d others skillfully kept secret'by the dtj)-
tion of J’lvolutiou as a tbeoi-y is the dcscrip-
tioji and e.'cplanation of ohsei-ved fact.'^. and
also, a theory of facts wbieb are not observ
periencos we too felt a thrill. .\s he reeomit-' , topic was tlie />roof.s of h'ro-
el each incident which brou^l.t him a step |
nearer to his goal and then he reached pvont ot evohitinn.
’• ->'• • I >'*'■ nistauee. in the breedniir of eattlo or
loniats—ur at least for awhile. J-Ie sketched
Knssin's pan in the World War, and hnw
Ihrongb hoili internal and foreigii intrigue,
the P>olsb(‘viks got control of alfairs in Rus
sia and hit-ned the nation into the chaotic
condition she has been in for tlie past several
years. IK. is hopeful for liiissia and feels
sure tliat she is soon to pass out of her pres-
elimax—Jrereditb College is now on an i i - . . , , ^ r i i , .
e:p,al footing with everv other standard'I" ‘ ^ni.l alrbo.igli, as a
Smdiern ('olleue-eauerh- we all f,,iio,vod I hmHo,, K„s«,a is not represenfe.l at the
our clieer h-ader in m. enthusiasti- veil for between tlie J ' -'.lierenee she will necessarily be
nnr collei.e and .mr presileut. ^stnieture ol other animals. (4) The fact '■‘l M.„c.-.lmid helped.
We closed bv siiii.inff the \lnia Uiter I .rages ^'"'1 >s a native of Russia, and has
wiih a new fervor ns each one, .>ven as we'T-T"',. ^ nf international
I : I 1 J nn I 1 f 1 Ml n'.4 * In IK 11 / t i ^ I .. I! . 1 ^ . i
wiih a ii(‘w fervor ns eaeb one, (‘ven as we
rejoiced over this triumph imagines for our
Alma 'prater new suce'sses in the future.
(■)) 'I'he presence of organs in man which."’‘‘N (lualified to speai
.ii-e ns>less n> him hut are necessary to other 'i’'tli"riiy on tin' tiionienfous tiuestions
aiiiitiids—an e.\'iini])le of this heinu ihe *"’ur. Ife has an exc‘ptioiiallv ))lens-
a[)pendix. ' iug per.sonaliiy and such a lecture as iiis was.
The ihird tliiiiii' be talked abonl was such a well-informed speala>r.
WHAT KIND OF ADVERTISE*
Aun v/^xr; 'vas V"'". • "ei.-inK.n.ien speaUer.
MLINl AKr^ I'JroJii/ioii us n loiiversul Phnnomciioii, stat- aiiduMico realize anew the ]ilace
\Vhat kind of lulvcrlisemcnl are you? 'ing that evolution is evident iu all thin'>’s, I^iissia—that perhai)s liitssia is a nalion
We'v' heard over and over again the factj The fourth and hisl lopie discussed was
that we, as individuals and as students of|H7/f// in He defined Keliyion as.
Afei'edilli (^olleoT!. ni'p nrlvnvfisino- ivAnfe -P/mi livci n .. ..-t’ . i
Silk stockings are being nnule from ordi
nary sand by a yonng Knssian eiigineei' in
belief Paris. Dy combining silica with otliei- in
gredients lie has created a material which is
as easily woven as the choicesi silks, at a cosr
■^rel'edith College, are advertising agents for:first, a belief or a set of beliefs: seeoml, ;
onr colleg(‘. P>ut just before we go home for j [irogram of action based on those heli
onr Christmas holidays, sbouldn’f we ask and third, an undvini-' lovaltv \„
0-M-selves seriously nnd honestly, what and that program of action.
'•••!' 'eo'leatlionK‘thinko|--:\reredirh. what' ih. then lidke.l of rli,> fael that belief in
1- i.ressum will they get when T say that I, ev.hition -Iocs not deslr.v Ueliuiou. He of about one-fourth of eeuuine «nu
to Memlitti (ollege? A\oiit they judge stati.l that there is no incoun.atibilitv be- -
V.-.e l.th by what ,t lias done for me?" >ween the doctrine of Evolution and'Reli-^ Eli/.heth White- '-Wb • ' • . '
Wl.,( of .ulvcrriscn.ont avo youf^^.«u «,i,1 l.o, to ,vl,o„ t„v„ vcllow? r""
.1 ink about it. .regard the lublo as a text-book of Bioiogv.’,=======—
' ~ nothing of the sort, and it was not God as we become more hij>lilv educated
, IJi^a .elb Higgs: 1 went to ride in a meant to be.” He left with us the interest- He ought to beconio more womierful to n^
I"- omide this afternoon.’ jug thought that instead of losing sight of the more we learn.