nfh© rion The Brevard College Weekly Vol. I Brevard College, Brevard, North Carolina, October, 16 1935. No. 4 Editor Elected Bill Davis Editor - in - Chief Gets 161 Votes The chapel period Friday morning was given over to the election of the editor. Odell Salmon and Willis Tur- iier were the other nominees. Thomas Graham, President of the Student Body, presided over the election. Duriug the discussion on the nomi nees, a heated argument arose over the question as whether a freshman or sophomore should be elected. This was caused by the fact that Salmon who has had several years experience in newspaper work is a freshman, while Davis, who also has experience, is a sophomore. William Davis is from Badin, N. C. where he was very prominate in his High School. In his sophomore year at Badin High he was the feature story writer, the next year he was the sports editor, and in his sehior year he was editor-inrchief of the high school paper He was a two letter man in high school the same as he is here, playing foot ball and basket ball. In scholastic rating Bill is amoung the first. Besides his sport affiliations here hr is a member ofthe Cliosophic Literary Society and the Nature Club. President Coltrane Discusses Friendship On Tursday morning President Col trane spoke interestingly at the assem bly period on the bases of friendship. True friendship may be developed by discovering the quality of other people, by being able to see into the souls of other people, and by learning to toler ate other people. President Coltrane said, “Where two persons or a group of persons are united in a common cause there is likely to be friendship.” He pointed out that “friendship can not be based on selfish advantage. If we are seeking friends selfishly we will not find them. Campus Notes The Tornado B team will go over to the Asheville School for Boys Friday afternoon for their debut of the season. We are glad to welcome back to the campus Miss Alice Scott and Mr Thelbert Wright who have been a- way on account of illness. Who ate twenty thousand] eight hundred and sixty seven dol- worth of food last year? Not any guests of the AAA. one person we hope. A bulletin is erts, president of the Carolina Motor )eing issued by the College giving a Club, is heading the tour. They will statement of the finances for the go into South Carolina, up the coast, past year. The above amount is ^^d back to Greensboro, that spent for food and provisions. They were the guests of Grove Pyk I Inn at Asheville Wednesday night for The College dairy laboratory is dinner, at which time Rdbert Latham, now testing milk for the Health De- editor of the Ashville Citizen, made a partment of Brevard. This is one talk on this section of the state, ittle instance of how a college and Undoubtedly this tour will increase a town can cooperate to their mutu-1 vacation travel in this section, al advantage. A motto may be seen in the col lege which is not commendable for its English, but for its truth. It is “It ain’t no disgrace to fall, but to lay there and grunt is.” Mr. Dendy announced Wednesday that a large supply of glassware and disecting tools have been re ceived at the biology laboratory. It is hoped that there is enough ma terial for each studen taking biology to have a complete apparatus. Lock ers will soon be constructed, provid ing a place for students to keep their outfits. This plan will avert loss of time which now exists by the personal distribution of these materials at each laboratory perioc The Tornado B team will meet Blue Ridge School For Boys on home ground next Thursday afternoon at 3 o’clock. The B team composed of boys who have played only a part of the varsity games". According to relilable infor mation Blue Ridge has a very strong team and this should prove a well matched game. Tourists Visit our Campus Approximately seventy repesenta- I tives of travel bureaus covering the en tire eastern coast were guests of the citizens of Brevard and Brevard Col lege at a luncheon served on the cam- I pus Wednesday at 1:15. This group of travel secretaries are I on a twelve day tour of North and South Carolina, traveling as the Caro- 1 lina Scenic and Historic tour. The purpose of the tour is to ac- I cumulate information to give vaca tionists as to the merits of this section. They are locating such spots as educa tional institutions, camps, lakes, mountains, and hotels. The highways and means of travel by bus and train las well as automobile motoring are I studied. The group assembled at Greensboro Colemon Rob- Conference Even the august faculty of Bre vard will occasionally forsake their toil and go to Pisgah Forest to roast 1 and eat some lowly hot-dogs. At I any rate that is their plans for Fri day afternoon. Do not neglect to attend Vespers Sunday. That is the time for the whole College to come together in a distinctively devotional service. Mr. Buckner is to lead and that insures a splendid program. The champion strong man of the I vard College. This College was found- student body has been discovered in by that Conference and is owned the person of Vivian Watts. He is by it. The College must look to the the press man when the Clarion is Conference for its support. This in printed- While operating the press eludes the patronage which is large y which weighs about twelve hundred s™™ ^^e territory of the Conference, pounds he raised up one side of it moral support, and financial backmg. and hung it on the back of a chair. The financial support must be incre^ ed if the College is to do the work for A Mr. Dixon ai’oused all of Ross I which it was founded. President Col- Hall the other night asking where 1 trane will attend the Conference and his heart was. He should have 1 we are sure he will do everything pos- asked the co-eds for it. 1 sible for the College. Western North Carolina to Meet at Salisbury Next Wednesday. The meeting of the Western North Carolina Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South at Salisbury the 23rd is of vital importance to Bre-

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