bids m. and g.
THE OLD STATF
WISHES PEOSPEKITY FOR
THE NEW STAFF
ELON COLLEGE, N. C., THURSDAY, APRIL i, 1926.
Christians‘Show Good Brand
Qf^Ball, Losing By Margin
ms In First Game
SCORE ENDS 4-2
marines in fine form
This-Was The First Game For Elon
and Proves a Good Prospect For
The Home Team.
Elon lost the first game of the season
to the U. S. Marines here Friday, March
19th, by the score of 4-2, but displayed
a good brand of ball for a pre-season
The Marines had it on the home play
ers as to form and were able to take
the best advantage of every break, but
were unable to connect with any degree
of ease with Fogleman’s benders. He
was working in mid-season form. Four
new men appeared on the Christian’s
line-up. who will greatly strengthen the
team for this year.
In the second inning Duncan, Cavan-
sugh, and Hannah bunched hits and
with Hudson’s sacrifice, drove in two
runs for the visitors. Hudson and Han
nah were responsible or the other two
runs by extra base hits.
There were no features to the game
other than the steady pitching of Fogle*
man and Parsons, and the improvement
which the Elon team showed in several
Line-up and summary:
AB R H 0 A
Linijley. ss 4 1 2 1 1
Braxton/ cf 4 0 1 0 1
Simma. lb 4 0 0 0 5
Crutchfield, 2b 4 1 2. 2 6
Walker, If 4 0 0 0 3
Raub, 3b ‘.. .. 3 0 0 3 3
D. Shepard, c 4 0 2 1 0
Fogleman, p 4 0 1 3 1
Bryant, ss 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 36 2 S 10 27
Stock, cf 4 0 0 0 3
-Maddes. 2b 4 0 0 0 3
Chenoweth, 2b 3 0 1 0 2
Freney, rf 4 0-0 0 0
Duncan, If 4 2 1 0 2
Hudson, lb 3 1 2 0 9
Hannah, ss 3 1 2 3 4
Cavanaugh, c 4 0 1 4 4
Parsons, p 3 0 0 8 0
Balas. p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 32 4 7 15 27
Score by innings: E
Marines 020 000 101—4
Uloii 100 100 000—2
Summary: Three-base hit, Hudson.
Two-bnse hits, Hudson, Hannah, Crutch
field. Fogleman. Errors: Simms, Mad*
dcs 2. Chenoweth. Srtuck out: By
Fogleman 1, Parsons 1, Balas 1. Base
or bails; Off Parsons 1. Wild pitch:
Parsons 1. Sacrifice hits: Hannah,
Hudaoti. Umpire, Kirkjand.
Large Crowd in the Whitley Audi-
' torium Tuesday, March 30, at
7 45 P. M. to Hear Program.
The Boosters’ Club of Elon College
gave its final program for this year at
home in the Whitley Auditorium Tues
day, Marcli 30th. The Club has had a
very successful year and has played
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April 2—Choral Society.
April 3—Baseball game with Wake
April 3 Psiphelian Entertainment.
April 5—Easter Monday, Holiday.
April 7—Concert by Irene Williams.
CLIO LITERJRy SOCIEIlf
ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
Officers For The Last Quarter Are Elect
ed at Regular Meeting. F. D.
Ballard Becomes Presld^it.
The Clio Literary Society met in regu
lar session Tuesday, the fifteenth, in
the lecture room. A short and highly
interesting program was rendered as
Importance of the
Militia F. H. Alexander
Reading F. D. Ballard
What Scientists Say About
Evolution J. L. Lynch
Poem 1). B. Harrell
Current Events M. A. McLeod
After this program was rendered a
business session was ordained in which
the following officers were elected for
the last quarter:
President F. D. Ballard
Vice President W. L. McLeod
Secretary M. A. McLeod
Treasurer R. E. Brittle
First Censor J. D. Gorrell
Second Censor F. C. Rainey
Chaplain G. D. Underhill
Critics D. B. Harrell
F. H. Alexander
“SEVEN LAS! WORDS OF
To Be Given Here Friday Even
ing, April 2nd.
The Cho'ral Club of the college will
present Dubois’ “Seven Last Words of
Christ” on Friday evening of this week.
This musical production Of the Clioral
Society has been made an annual event
on Good Friday.
This program will be rendered in the
Whitley Auditorium at 8 o ’clock, and
the public is cordially invited. The
Choral Club this year consists of more
than forty voices, and under the direc
tion of Professor Velic, head of the
music department here, good progress is
being made in-tlie training of the mem
bers for this event.
The evening’s concert includes solos
by Miss Florence Fisher, Gilman F.
Alexander, and Ralph E. Hodgkin.
TO THE ADVERTISERS
The out-going Maroon and Gold staff
wishes to take this way of expressing
its sincere appreciation for the advertis
ing that you have done with us for the
past year. With the co-operation of the
incoming staff we assure you much suc
cess in the field of advertising.
A.. B. FOGLEMAN,
About the only interest in life some
men have is the kind their money brings
TO TREm RIVAL CLASS
Freshman Girls of the Ladies’ Hall
Give a Banquet in Honor of the
Wednesday evening, March 17 1926,
at 8:30 o'clock, the Freshman girls of
Ladies’ Hall were hostesses to the
Sophomore girls at a banquet given in
their honor. The girls and their escorts,
who were Freshman girls posing as boys,
met in the hall and were conducted to
the dining hall which was tastefully
decorated in the colors of the Sophomore
A short interesting program was
rendered. Billy Bubbles (Miss Lucille
^Slulholland), as toastmaster, gave a wel
come speech to the guests of honor and
Aliss Mabel Michael responded. Miss
Lucy McCargo gave a tofpst to the
Sophomores, to which Miss Cassie South
ard responded. Mis3' Thj'ra Wright
gave a toast to Elon. Miss Jewell
Truit gave a toast to Mrs. Corboy, to
which she responded with a toast to the
Liglit refresliments' together with
many jokes that were told, served to
make the event more delightful. It is
hoped that this may go into the annual
events of Freshman-Sophomore activi
ties at Elon.
WEEKLY PROGRAM OF
Misses Alcon, McCargo and Powell Were
Best on Pri>®Tam.
The Psiphelian Literary Society held
its regular meeting,Wednesday evening,
March 24th, and rendered the following
Co-Education, piio and con—Suemal
Alcon. Miss Alcon presented some go'od
reasons for and against co.-education.
Original Short Story—Lyde Bingham.
Miss McCargo gave an interesting ac
count of '‘The Most Thrilling Event of
Miss Caroline Powell endeavored to
show that “Superstitious Beliefs” had
Current Events—Bessie Tarpley.
Misses Alcon, McCargo, and Powell
received special mention.
ST. PATRICK’S OAy
With Mrs. Trances Eing as Hostess,
They Meet and Carry Out St,
Patrick’s Day Season.
Tlie Neveic Club mot Friday evening,
Marcli 19tli, with Mrs. Frances Eing as
hostess, in the reception room of West
Dormitory. The room was beautifully
decorated in a white and grpen .coloT
scheme, carrying out the idea of St.
Patrick’s day season.
The meeting was called to order by the
Chief High Si, and the minutes of the
last meeting were read and approved.
As there was no new or old business to
come before the club, tlie program for
the evening was then rendered. Louise
Savage read current events, and her
topics were interesting and well chosen.
After the program the hostess took
charge, and the guests participated in
two very interesting and fun-provoking
contests. The first consisted of typical
Irish questions, in the answers of which
the word “green” played a large part.
The second was a series of conundrums.
Mrs. Lizzie Harper proved the “green-
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H. Richardson and A. B. Fogleman
Chosen, to Succeed White and
Tlic Junior class held a nieetiug last
week for the purpose of electing editor
and business manager of the Phipsicli
for next year. H. Richardson and A. B.
Fogleman were elected to these posi
Both Mr. Richardson and Mr. Fogle-
jnan retire from the Maroon and Gold
staff tliis year. Mr. Richardson suc
ceeds G. C. White as editor and Mr.
Fogleman succeeds D. B. Wicker as
business manager. Both of these posi
tions require a lot of work and l)y the
same token they are positions of honor.
The annual for this year has gone to
press and it promises to be the best
one gotten out for the past several
PSKKALEONS GIVE OPEN
PROGRAM MONOAy P. M.
Varied Program Entertains a Large
Crowd in the Chapel.
Monday evening, March 22, the Psy-
kaleon Literary Society held an open
})rogram whicli was M-ell attended and
much enjoyed. The numbers were
varied and interesting. The following
program was given:
Piano solo, “Jugglery” by Godard,
by Miss Hallie Stanfield.
“Wkich Loading Magu Lines of Today
Arc Beneficial and Which Are Not?”
INIiss Edna Mae Cox.
A reading, “The Little Quaker Sin
ner,” by Miss Jeanette Stout.
A short story taken from one of the
popular literary magazines of today,
“Miss Phoebe’s Lover,” told by Miss
Vocal Solo', “The Rosary,” sung by
Miss Madge Woods.
“Humor,” given by Miss Hannah
TRE PSIPRELIANS WILL
PRESENT'lE NEW POOR’
A Come(|y in Three Acts to Be
Given April 3, 1926
Tiie Psiphelian Literary Society
requests the honor of your presence
Saturday evening, April third
Nineteen hundred and twenty-six
at eight o ’clock
The program will be as follows:
Welcome Ola King Cowing
Violin Solo Miss Pauline Shoope
Duet for organ and piano,
Professor C. James Yelie, Organist.
]\lrs. Zenith Hurst Velie, Pianist.
The play is to be “The New Poor,”
a comedy in three acts, written by Cos
mo Hamilton, portraying Russian life.
The east of characters is:
Mrs. Welby Lyde Bingham
Constance Welby Tom Strader
Betty Welby Esther Brookshire
Amos Welby Marie Nobles
Alice Welby Gwendolyn Patton
Mary Maudsley .... Mary Addie White
Grand Duke Ruth Klapp
Princess Irma Lillie Horne
Count Ivan Lillian Walker
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LARGE CROWO ATTENDS
TRE ANNOAL BANQU
OF THE PI KAPPA
Is Second Annual Banquet of
The Club and is Voted a
PRICE IS TOASTMASTER
Oji Saturday evening, March 20th,
the Pi Kappa Tau held its second annual
bau((uet in the banquet hall of the Y.
M. (’. A. The kali was handsomely and
artistically decorated in ferns and cut
flowers; tlie club colors, purple and
gold, being used throughout.
Miss Mary Price, as toastmaster, cor
dially welcomed the guests, and Mr. M.
G. Stanley responded. The following
delightful program was rendered, inter
spersed with music furnished by the
Boosters’ Club orchestra:
Reading J. R. Walker
Toast to Guests Lucy McCargo
Response W. P. McMichael
Voc.'il Solo Miss Fisher
Toast to Old Members.. .Lyde Bingham
Response Sallie Mae Oliver
Pi Kappa Tau Yell and Song.
A delicious five-course dinner was
served as follows:
CELERY OLIVES PICKLES
CREAMED CHICKEN FRIED OYSTERS
CANDIED YASrS LIMA BEANS
DI.N3EU KULLS BCTl'TER
Those enjoying the merriment and
happy occasion were as follows:
Lyde Bingham, E. W. Auman; Esther
Brookshire, Mark Lambeth, Chapel Hill,
N". C.; Annie Carter, T. R. Ruston,
Mildred Dozier, J. P. Qualls, Nannie S.
Dunn, L. E. Waston, Sallie K. Ingram,
B. L. Green; Lizzie Lawrence, M. M,
Shepherd, Lucy McCargo, W. P. Me-
Michael, Chapel Hill, N. C.; Mabel
Michael, L. A. Burton, Mary Price, M.
G. Stanley; Annie Troxler, G. S. Max
well, High Point College, N. C.; Lillian
Walker, A. P. Tate, Julia Woodson, Ed
McPherson, Thyra Wright, “Bill”
Womble, Mabel Cheek, G. A. Brown,
Jewel Hughes, High Point College, E.
W. Vickers, Annie Mae Lackey, J. R.
Walker, Sallie Mae Oliver, Thelma Tay
lor, C. N. Morrison, Ruth A^on Cannon,
and R. L. Hill, High Point College.
The guests of honor were: Mrs. Alice
Corboy. Prof. and Mrs. J. W. Barney,
Miss Pauline Shoope, Miss Hattie
Brown, Miss Louise Savage, Prof. W.
J. Cotten, and Miss Florence Fisher.
BOOSTERS’ CLUB GOES
ON All EXTENOEO TOOR
Total Audience About 5,000, Club
Represents College in Splendid
On Tuesday afternoon, March 23, the
Boosters’ Club sot out on a four day
trip with four cars and twenty men.
The cars were decorated in the tradi
tional colors. Maroon and Gold, and
carried the Boosters’ Club signs. The'
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