CfilLor) GAEDKER.- WE.STILL DON'T HAVE A NAME I Maybe it’s because the staff i wants this paper to be the best 1 Gardner-3/Tebb has ever had but we I couldn't decide on a name before i this issue. Yes, there were some j very good ones submitted but somd ^ how they didn't measiare’up to ou:e i expectations* We've decided thait : there wasn't enough time for you ■ to get a "headache of a brainstorm” so the little box is back under , the bulletin board. The last paper gotten out by the college v/as "The Piedmont pi per"--we didn»'t want to use that again because, confidentially, we didn't get the point. Before that the paper was knovm as the "Kal- arathea" which was a 'combination of the tv7o literai*y socities. However, the A, R,*s say that thpr(3 is more of the K, L. name to it, ! than the Athenian, In other vrords vre've got to have a completely i nevf name. It would be nice to ■ i tie it up some v/ay with the school song if you can figure hov;. At j I any rate v/e need some help, i After all this paper belongs f,o every one in the college. Maybe! you haven't \7ritten an article !' but that isn’t important. The’ ; purpose of the paper is to let ? our interested friends on the out side knov/ what we*re doing as y/ell as inform you. They consider yoti a part of Gardner-Webb so if the? paper isn't good its a reflection on you as^well^a^^ staff, "When a boy calls a girl "sugar * ^now, it means she is hard to get,'" By Unlcnown :EBB_^iKILLEGE Ea^e_J, THE-AUDITORIUM | our E, B* Hamrick building is! rapidly nearing completion, and ! | the students are becoming very | j interested in the larger white, | i well-lighted auditoriiAm, v/ith itjs rows of double windovfs and ceil ing lights. Especially do they ; note the projection booth and the gold eagle above the stage, and' this T/eek the object of their admiration has been the nexr opera seats. Five hundred and four leather cushioned, very spacious seats vrere installed the v/eek-end of October 31 by C, B, Darnell, of the Irving Seating Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Incident ally, these \7ere the last leather- cushioned seats available in the United States, The seats cost ^6,85 apeice, which made the to tal $3452,45, $10,000 of which ; vras donated by the Dover Mills,! The windows will soon be washed! and the radiators installed, so' it won't be.long before we will' be able'to use our beautiful aud itorium, i COOKERY "'The May to a Man's heart is; through his stomach" and the Hoine Ec girls have been very busy learning the vray to his stomachi lately. They have cooked two com plete breakfasts so far—one with a hot bread, and the girls all ' say that the best part is in eat ing what they've cooked. Miss Hill gave demonstrations last weel; on making hot breads and cooked muffins, drop biscuits with var iations, and rolled biscioits. Next, the girls'plan to cook and serve luncheons.