Hoey 1 o Add ress ■ ‘ ^ . .. .u>'. Hon. Clyde R, Hoey will address the March graduating class in the; college auditorium at the eleven o’clock conir mencement exercise Tuesday morniner March 24. Mr. Hoey was invited here by-Presi dent Coltrane and the eleven gradu ates. His subject for the occasion has not been announced. This program will take the place of the regular assembly prpgram of March 24, and it very likely will not overrun the period of. time,piloted for assembly.^ The program will. not be elaborate, but it is hoped, that the stu dent body will regard the March grad uation as of as much importance ~ as the graduation in J une.,, Graduates will receive the new standard diplomas, which are being printed. There will very probably be three graduations this year, with the first coming in March, the second in June, and the third in August, Eiterary Soeieties Gliosophic The Gliosophic Literary Society hfeld its regular weekly^meetin^ ’l^t Fri day ' nig-ht with the president, Bill Davis, presiding. A vai'ied program i wds presented at thiaj ti^ • • Richai'd ^ue^h talked on parlimeftt- W law, and itN^as decided "lhat -we should have a discUssioia of this ^ type at each meeting ‘ ‘Stonge t'hings ’ ’, “Current Events”, and' "‘Book Re^ views” were presented by Ferrell Young, Bob Sumner, and Earl ’ Pear^ s6n respectively? Gilbert Smith later talked on George Washington, using as his subject, If 'He Came I Back Now in 1936.'^^' ■ ' ' ''' ' Gdell Salmon is to arrange the pro gram for next time, Brevard Debaters Meet Cullowhee lan Students Visit re Tuesday, February 18, about thirty students from the ’ Home Economics class and the Agriculture class made a trip to the Biltmore Farm and then to the Southern Dairy, Farm. While on this trip the students saw the stock at both farms and studied the process es that are carried on there. The milking and sterilization processes were studied in particular, and the students arrived at Biltmore in time to see the milking done. After going over the Southern Dairy Farm the students were shown about the plant and learned how to make ice cream, cheese, and the other products of this nature. While here they were enter tained by being fed ice cream and pop- sicles. The Euterpians met in the living room of the girls’ dormitory, February 21, 1936. After a devotional period conducted by Lallah Mae Edwards, a program on ba;llads waS given. The following persons appeared oh the pro gram: Bronnie Little, Catherine " Cof fey, Lorena Rogers, Octavia Latham, Emily Sue Mallonee, 'Paula Brigg^, and Alberta Taylor. - ^ i' Lyric poetry will be studied,? ^at ;thfe*j next meeting, ■" ' ' I ' '''MnferoQisya^ The Mnemosynean, Literary Society iheldsits music studio Friday. February 21, 1936, with Edith Beai'd presiding. Ida Whisenant pre sented the constitution of the society for discussion and it was unanimously accepted. The by-laws and rules will be presented later. Groups were se lected to specialize the interests of the members, and they are to function with the program committee. After a lengthy business meeting the chaplain, Eunice Arnold, lead the devotional program. Pages 2 and 3 of The Clarion are printed on Tuesday, pages 1 and 4 on Thursday. Copy must be in the print er’s hands on Saturday and Tuesday. Tuesday evening, February 25, Bre vard College held its first debate, when we were hosts to two te^ms from W' C.T.C., and two of our teams, visit ed.»Cullowhee. The debates were on the query: “Resolved, that Congress should have the power by a two-thirds majority vote to override any decision by the Supreme Court declaring an act of Congress unconstitutional, ” and were noh-decisional. Brevard upheld the affirmative in both debates here, while the negative side was supported by the debaters from Cullowhee. The girls debating the question were: Brevard, Misses Shinn and Whisenant; Cullowhee, Misses Potts and Brown. The boys'-, were: Brevard, Messrs. McNeer and Severs; Cullowhee, Messrs. Potts and Penland. The debaters from Brevard who went to W. C.T.C. were Norman Plott, Horace R^^r, Geraldine DeVier and Ruth Cr^asriian. Each speaker was given twelve hiinutee for construc tive speech and six hiinutes for reliiut- was ^ Beginning in this ty|)e of the debaters, and we 'to see it further developed in the fii'tur£ In presenting their points the debaters showed that they had done intensive reading and research work in the subject. There will be a debate with Textile Junior College here March 2. The debating teams will go to Char lotte to enter an Intercollegiate De bating Contest on March 6. West Hall Prayer Meeting The girls of West Hall have turned ovef a new leaf recently in regard to mid-week prayer services. They have started a series of discussions qh Personality.” Bernice Brantley gave an interesting conception of an indi vidual s adjustment in his society. Continued on page ^

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