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    Hat-Burning
Faculty Recitals
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C„ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1933.
Rondthaler Delivers
Address At Hollins
New President Inaugurated
Dr. Anscombe
Leads Y. P. M.
Speaks on Scientific
Temperance
Review Of National
TournamenTFor V^mer
Helen’Jacobs, Sara Palfrey, Carolyn
Babcock and Alice Marble carried the
Miss Jacobs took the first set
Mrs. Moody 8-6. In the «econi
Mrs. Moody resorted to set drop shots,
SiL‘rder to s“ve h^ She
thrthtrd'’glme’' in the Mrd'^se™” °
I^felt’ls^'if'^I wLf froi^g to faint be
cause of pain in my back and hip and
cere belief in Mrs. „ .....
and the spontaneous efforts put f
by famous critics prove that Mrs.
get that a player must serve every
?;^rof^r;gy"ts-Sigrht^^
“The Green Pastures”
to be at The State.
Well-Known Drama Expect
ed to Draw Large Crowd
of the Old Testament, and played by
it is not a drink in the true sense
of the word. A drink is a fluid tak
en into the physical system; a fluid
Atohof a'ffectreverf o'rg^n of the
never really becomes drunk is taking
into his body something which will
"l^nk:!:^;r-„ot always weak-
, is to wait for f
evil; the states once outlawed i
church does not expect her me:
to touch it; it is the mother of m
sed on the .subject of temperance
speaker w.
se^i^-r^^^^i:fSused
at Salem and from the book of Pro-
ORDER OF SCORPION
STINGS NEW
Sophomores Find
Freshmen Guilty
Courtroom Is Filled at
Unusual Trial
“Praise the Sophomores!” Th(
ight not have meant it, but tl
■eshmen said it Monday with a vim-
tver mind the kind. On Saturda
eldy'pla?ed^ ffr m^re 1:han
a the South, in the m ' "
thl huge" e'lTt Tf^^thrPulUzCT''fr"z!
judges robed in cap and gown, enter
ed chapel while “Cohort Staley” peal
ed out a funeral dirge. The fresh
-'”‘‘Tthar/''issuld‘fortrthis“‘‘fo%us
The/know'that soon their fate will
To ev’ry soph’mores beck and Ci
•■■■ ’11 walk the plank, hang by
,h Monday night
Miss Elizabeth Lilly
Is Speaker at Vespers
Spirit of Service — Topic
Of Talk
Lilly on “The Spirit of Service”.
Hymn"^ No^™03*^—‘ o”worahip the
King, All Glorious Above”
Susan Calder
H;^n^No. 88—“O Master Let Me
Talk The ^
Hymn No. 29-“ Savior, Again to
hTy Dear Name We Raise”
EBsl;C£l£,liri
not always so difficult as that of
do for those about us are the ones
usefuir'ovrd,“ard'hlppy'‘'MisTLilly
Written by Marc Connelly, one of
un.” In 18 spectacular scenes it
CALENDAR FOR NEXT
mmms
Monday, October 2, 8:15 P. M.:
Memorial Hall, Recital by Dean Var-
Treasurer Reports On
Money Spent Last Year
Mone^el
L'ekey Mp*^ to ^’swret^ Briar^^Golf
seniors, and the elaborate May Day
house-party^. The^S^mite and Sights
ine^thf'seniors?paW C\“he
fd'enfu^o^ernm^enrp^ldVd::
SENIORS ELECT
MARSHALLS
hat burnilTgTild durilgTOmmenct
•ment week, were elected. They
Margaret Ward, Betty Tuttle, Sus-
aLth"" Hubbard," Pay Cain, Eliza-
^ Books Are
In The Library
:ent Works of Well
own Authors Placed
On Shelves
truth about this half-mad, ineompre-
loves, and his place in music.
“The Epic of America” by James
day, is a vijid panorama of ^er^ca
■’ by B. W. Wells, was w
wS tierarfairn’i'from other
    

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