THE BURLINGTON. N. C,, DAILY TIMES-NEWS. MONDAY. FEBRUARY Z7. 133.3.
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ELON COLLEGE, N. C., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1933.
p,iBI|.h«l Ettn Mji'I.J' Uurlr, lb; C«II.H.le V«r bj Ibt SCafl
of Elon Coliete
nnl be pubil>hPd.
jitaff omic—Maroon ^
GoW offlcr, «r»l Boor. Al»m»ncc Bulldinj
R, K. Abcrnclhy
.. Managing Editor
. Reporting Edllo.'
Ramsey Swam . -
J, T. Chappell
Margaret Bailey --
Alma Smith •
,., Editorir.l Wrii.’r
... OfBce SecreUry
N r W S
Alfred Nelson .••
.... Charlie Holmes
F O. Perkins
F K A TURF
.' Martha Anderson
. .,. Feature Editor
.. Ester Cole
A WHOLESOME SIGN
Christians Have Full
Season for Compe
Elon Is looking forward lo hav
ing one of the greatest baseball
tctma In yeara. We not only have
such m»n bs A'jrmaihy, our cap
tain and second baseman: Wa'cra.
our veteran hiirler. and Clark, our
hitting acc. and Chandler, who
playa the position oC catcher as
ell (u knocking home runs, but
•e are also introducing such men
n Latham. Glover. Tuck. Ltnlcy.
Mulligan. Newsome and Wlllianis.
Certainly with these men working
together we shoi'ld have itltle trou
ble in captuHng the eonferencc
crowr. ^ ,
Coacii Wilker has ecen to It that
the boys hnve plenty of time to
work into shape, (or Ihls schedule
simply hollars “Work. Teem,
March 11— A. C- C at Elon.
April 5—Elon at Guilford.
April 7—Delaware at Elon 'Bur
April 8—Elon at Duke.
April 12—Elon at Daavldson^
April 13—Elon at High Point.
April 18—Davidson at Elon
April 21—High Point at Elon.
April 22—Guilford at Elon Bur
Washington Day Banquet
Is Given By Literary Society
The .'ccoiid «pcHk''r. Mi» Elif.-
abrth Bariif'y, extended greetings to
thn old membcri' and told of the
Iradltlon:^ ot Lhclr soclcly. Profes-
ror B?iney, the oldest faculty mem
ber of Ihr Cllo-Psykaleon society
prr.sfnl gav^ b vory interesting talk
1'fnilsnl.^prefoot-flA eta eta shrela
reminiscing ab;ut Cllo-Phykalcon
of his day. He told of much strong
er Mcletlis. societies of far great*
er spirit than thoee of today..
Under the direction of Dean
Walker, who has heretofore proven
herself an artist In portraying the
ap rlf. or such fcstlvola. the banquet
iNjrd. n'rWident of the student bJdv. iha’l was bertiitlful with the colar
T lachemi of red, grrcn and white,
Ivy and red hotchets
On Fcbrunry 31, .it 6 30 p. m .
he Cllo-Psjkaleon Literary society
and guest* with their cscorU were
if-d Into th'- b/*»iitlfully decoratcd
dniing hall of Elon CTllegr by D:;in
Walker and Dr. H. K, Evcrsiill, a
nfwly elected ni'*inber of the board
of trustee. 8?atrd with Dean Walk-
Pr,?ildeiit and Mi.s, I. E.
Smlth, Mr. and Mrs. L, E .Carlton.
Mr. Carlton a board member: Dean
Hook. Profeisor and Mrs. Barney
and Mlsj Prlicllla Chase. Presid
ing at ll-.c guest tables were Mr.
Thomaa Art^ur. president of the
Cllo-Piykaleon; Mlv M;ibcl D.ir-
rctt, vice pre.rid'iit. and Mr, Huro’d
Seated’ ttlth them were the mem- Ischei . .
bers of the Cllo-Psykaleon Literary | cherry treei
aoclety, and their alumni guest',
MLss Ruth Covington and Mayderie
Lambeth and those of the faculty
who wer: lormer Cllo-P.'>lcaleoni.
Mr. Thomas Arthur gave the open
ing toast, welcoming the guesLt and
visiting trustee* of the college. Pro-
feasor and Mrs Barney, Dr, and
Mrs, Powell. Profissor and Mrs.
Martin and Mr. and Mr.s. Cannon
who p;ere honoring the occasion with
having been used aa the motlt
throughout me evening The ban
quet hall ai d drawing room were
lighted throughout with long red
and Willie tapers In silver candle
TTie crlnuon sweet peas and early
splrea which formed the center
plcces on the tables, were given as
favors to everyone after the ban
Mcnda). February Z^
1:00 p- m.: Ministerial
7;:iO p. m.; Cllo-l’sykalcon
Tuesday, February 2*
X:00 p. m-: Basketball —
inullford vs. Elon, at Elon).
Wednesday. March 1
10:00 a. m-: C!bapel.
7:30 p. ni.: Phllologlan mrrt-
8:00 p. m.: B;k>kelball —
llllth Point vs. Eton at High
Thunday. Marrli 2
l:Ofl p. m ; Maroon and
Ccld stalT metllnf.
Friday. March J
10:1)0 a, m.: Cliaprt.
7:00 p. ni.: Choir practice.
Sunday, March S
10:00 a. m.: Sunday school.
11:00: morning Worship
Monday. March 6
10:00 a. m.: Assembly.
Elon Downs Guilford;
Loses T o Lenoir-Rhyne
Quintet Dcfeals Quftkeri by 45-40 Score But Drops De
cision to Lenoir-Rhyne Invaders 41-3!; Askew, Tuck,
Johnson Star Against Guilford.
1 pconomic depres-l April as—Oullford at Elon.
The nation-wide and world-wide . thinkine ap''” 27-Lenoir Rhyne at Eion.
ti crr»at deal of hard, straigni ininRinK-i .t wnn
5ion has catiscd a great deal oi truths
and has brought wp mav have realized
which, daring not sharpl'y enough ctchecl in our
dmily. '>“* *"!' the fullest influence upon our lives.
^"^“totteJing and crashing of great flnancial mst.tut.ons
l^.lch were Jormeriy regarded,as .mpregnaWc, the
wellVdo peopre to the estate of hav.
i‘n“g to struggle for the bare necessities of life; the count
less multitudes of the unemployed, th
of beeeara, hobos, and
tremendous appa^^ f^auced to their mwerable condition
thp_ialues of this earthly existence.
May Catawb at Elon.
May 11—Elon at Unolr Rhyne.
May 12—Elon at Lenoir Rhyne.
May 13—Elon at CaUwba,
Tills schedule L' subject to chanje
^ any time.
Cincinnati Minister Gives I ELON SUMMER
Analysis Of Christ’s Faith i TERM REGULAR
PART OF SCHOOL
At the rcjular Sunday morning ■ of high mortility a.id thelcs.
service. February 19, the cJngro- n^onuthelstlc piiilosophy th4 Im-
gatlon of the Elon connnuniiy human soul;
church listened to a thoughtful
and scholarly sermon by Dr. H, K-
Eversull. of Cincinnati, a disting
uished author, lecturer, and min
ister of the Congregatlonallst de
nomination Dr. Eversutl is of f'-r-
ther Interest, to Elon in that lie
has recently become a niemb"r of
the collegc board of triute:*.
Dr. EvcrsuHs sermon was a
masterly anaiy-v''. of the Christi'iu
religion fi'om the point of view
of determining what about Christ
ianity is unique among the reilj*
lone and phllosphles of the worn,
what gives to ChrlsUanlty it* uni
versal appeal to manklnd-
I A brilliant young Prencliman
I Mid Dr. Evcrsull, once attempWi.
ji.'.ipe's.ri’ srpsvt! r,
moreover, he suffsred martyrdom
because of his doctrines. Yet Soc
rates founded no great world re
ligion. even though he had a great
many followers, among whom were
Pl;»to and Aristotle- As s second
llluatratlon of his point, the speak
er reviewed the career of the great
FYench thinker. Condorcet, »'ho>
like Socratcs. suffered martyrdom
b*caus« of the great doctrlnea he
propounded. Vet Condorcet. great
u was his influence on the
tliought of all Europe, founded no
Talleyrand, then concluded ur.
Eversull, must have been wrong:
there musf be wmethln* els*
alyut the religion of Jesus wmcn
has caused It to bccome the one
satisfactory religion. Thri some
thing Is the Idea of vicarious at*
nn^m^nt ihi* fact that Jesus suf-
Work Done in Sum
mer Counts Just as
The auinmc. aeaslon of Elon Col
lege Is a constituent part of Its
school year. Th* same courses and 1
ram credits are given as (or work
of college grade. Credlta are given
Isward the A, B. degree and to
ward teachei certlAcation as ap
proved by the State department ot
education- The lummer session
should appeal tc the following
claases of candidates:
Those who have just completed
their high school work and wish
The Elon quintet proved their
Hghtlng ability by the hard and
.',ieady gain to a successful flnlsh
over the Quaker five at OulUord
Collcgs on February 18.
The Quakers started off at a
good pace, but Elon was always
clO'>e on their heels, tlelng the score
twice. Tlie Elon boys took tlie lead
att?r a 40-40 tie and ran up flve
paints befsre the ftnal whistle,
A/:kew scored 14 points for Elon
and proved hla superior ability on
the court. Tuck and Johnson look
ed good as uAiial and each added 10
points to tl'elr quota.
Flon ranks 6CK) with only Appa
lachian and Lenolr-Rhyne with a
According to the statistics ot the
; l.inolr-Rhynean. their team is Just
about to grab the basketball con-
texence crown. They have ■won
seven games and lost four.
The Elon cagers had won two
games and lost two for the per
centage of .&00 at the time these
urday night, the eao shrdl etaoao
statistics were Usued, but last Sat
urday night, the Elonltes showed
that they were far from being out
cf the race by downing Guilford.
This gives Elon three wins and two
losses. With three more games to
be played Elon has a very good
chance for the crown.
The Btudent Body has high hopes
of having a Championship team
thl« year—so team let’s see what
yotj can do!
The b.iskctbull Icum lx>i liat
Friday night to Ui-- l.enoli Rh,\t)e
qulnlet at Elon b,v the score of 41*
Picked by many ot the dopi'-
sters as winners the Christians
could not srein to get koIdk, and
a.t a result played one of the mo.st
disappointing eamra o( th'' year
The El'»n team sank bu'- (ew Arid
goals ,anrt miu"r' mcrr than half
cf their foul shot%. Sinip.'sOM wu\
the most consl.nlent phvrr cf the
Elon cagers, for the jinL
would not find an opening thot
’■Simp" wasn't covSrliJfi, Tuck alxo
presence by rolling up
eight points-thr; scorer for
Klon (.Hi Unol- Rhvnr (III
Tuck . . .-8i I ,11,. . ,f^„th
Askew . ..rO( f dj, . . Lmi^
Johnson . .(8i c ift. , Siacoulck
Simpson . .15) g 8i . Ovcrcash
Hughes . .21 g (3) . . Hughes
--And Her Column
Allen, llarvey Mebane
Harvey attenvzed Burlington
high school and graduated In 19^.
He entered Eton in the fall of
as a day student- Harvey has
mad? great progress In academic
llney and la a very promising stu*
1 wish you would do me a fa
vor and explain the slang mean*
ing of the "chlscl ”
Answer: Ssy, that’s quite caay.
Chisel ta the favorite way of sai*
Ing "too timid," Nuw that mean?
to hand a line to the "sugar"
while Ondlng other enterlalnment-
Chlseling on one la a rather bud
Clime or It involve* the wc ot a
good line plus the ability to k«ep
the chlaeied two apart.
There la a boy that eau at ’.h
same Ubis that 1 do. i like him
and would hke to attrsct his at
tention Tell me an ea?y way to