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Member of 2C. C. Collcohitv Press AasocUilion
Published Weekly by the Student Body
of A'Icrcdith College
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EVKI.YX BaILKY . . . ,
y. W. C. A. Editor
Long I'ucultu Editor
.Assistant Business Munafier
J'-loii College, X. C., I’cb. 20.—1. 0. Hiui-
s(‘v, cdirov of the Plii])sicli, aiiuouncos tbiit
all of tlie luiitcvial for flic College Aiimial is
ready for the press itiid promises to givo to
the eaiupus the tiuishcd product early in
'Che st!i1f for the lf)23 PhijDsieli was clected
hy the tiuiiior Chiss on last Saturday nfter-
iiooii. J*’. C. White, a ineinher of the Ufaroon
and f.lohl staiV this year, was elected. Editov-
iii-Cliief aiid'Koy Helms was elected business
I'llon Colleii'c. X. C., l^eb. 20.—Extensive
pveparatious are being nnule here for a cele-
l)rntiou on George AVashington's birthdiiy.
All of the college dining hulls will be dceo-
I'ated for the occasion and at five o'clf-ek the
Clio ainnuil ilinucr will be sei'ved by the Clio
Literary Society. Ar eiglit ,M. the Soci-
-ty will givo its nnnual cntcrtninnient in the
ciillege jtuditoriuni. 1'lie entevtiiinniciit. this
year will, he one of TTiirry ITaniiltoir.s ]ilnys
entitled. “For tlie Love of Tf-hnny.”
It seenis that spring has come,
the weather man isn'i foolinm us.
■liislifirtiiiun of Bobbed Ifiiir
.Much lias hecH said ag.iiiisr Imblieil hair,
very lirrle for ii. Bni since no "nr is so
narrow-minded as to say that there is oidy
one .‘ide to the (|iiestioii, we now pro|)nsc to
slate briefly wby we llinik bobbed liaii' is
lii-rl'i'Clly juslilialite. In llie Mrs! iilaee il is
nnich more sanilary. Already somi* liospitals
iirc- rc(|uiring liieir nurses n. sacrilice llieir
loeks before entering training. 'I'lien. it lias
lieen said ipiile 1'rei|ncnlly “boblied liair liol>
nn‘ssy." I’nt whaf can look more nnridy nr
re\'olting tliiin a greai nniss »r biiir. lanub-d
lo tlie ntli degl-er. padded underneath willi
‘normoiis pntl'sof false bair. and then [>nllel
nut lo the four winds ()f the eiirlii^ Ijcsides
giving OIK' a frightful and uncanny appear-
aiice. it is nnhejillby aiul most unsanitary.
.\gain bobbed liair is a lime ^aver. Some
girU are siiu])ly roo lazy to take time m ar
range their hair iu any degi*ee of neatness,
if they are not going to use the comb and
bru.'sh. liow uuioh better it would be if thev
wr.nld use the scissors. Some say bobbed
hair is ju«t a fad. Perhaps it is, but wij.;
is tlie girl who takes advantage of the fad to
kee|» from tangling her hair, and to allow it
to grow as Xature intended it should. The
yc'ars to eonu' will show who were the wise
find who were the foolish virgiiis of tliis
CiRKATEli DAVrUSO.Y CLCF, A'X-
XOrXCES COAL FOn YFAR
Havidsoii. i’eb. 18.—'I'lie Creater I>avid-
soii Club, an orgnnixation of tlip student bo.ly
which has been stri\'ing for a Hinfier and lU I-
li‘V l^iiridseiii, met Monday morn'iip: ii‘ Sliear-
er Hal!. After several laik>; by facnitv mem
bers and sludents endiirsing the achievements
of rhe Club for the [)ast twr. years, plans fot
fntnre developnienf and progress were fornni-
tated. Ill addition tlu> niorto for this year
■i''i\-e llnmlrrd .\gain But (.^taliry l*'irst.
FMMENSITY OF THE UNIVERSE
IS THE TOPIC OF LECTURE
(Continued from puge 1)
picttires of the siuiil's teeth and fly’s foot, to
the infinite paius taken by nature in. the con-
sti'uctioii of the tiniest creatures. The fact
that these tiny ereatnres arc sometimes the
cause of great results was aptly illustrated
by pictures of the dyaton—an animal hardly
one-fiftieth of an inch in diameter but whose
shells during agt's ])ast have formed such
shoals as that on which the city of Richmond
From this si)here the audience was con
ducted to the last and nppeniiost sphere—the
atmosphere. “liere,” said the lecturer, “we
find the solar system composed of the sun
and her eight daughters, who really mind
their mother; but—this is not strange iu view
of the fact that she is seven hundred and
forty-one times as large as anyone of them.”
l‘!xplanation and ))ictnres of the way in
which stars are born, grow old and die and
the determination of the age of a star by its
cohif—the story of the moon—tiu' kiss in the
miu.n (visible fourteen days after the now
moon makes its a]>]iearance') the theory as to
the canal system of .\lar.s—the rings of Sat
urn—tli- lovely sunrise over tin* mountains—
all these made the atmosjibere seem the most
interesting and wonderi’ul r.f all the sjilieres.
I'ecital of llu‘ figures which comprise
ilistances in the heavens coupled with a sum
mary of such dynamic force as that which
twice every 1wenty-four hours moves all the
water ai ibe earlli gave everyone ])res('nt a
stronger reiili/.atioii of. if iu>t an eager desire
io learn inm-e about. ‘’'I'he Inunensity of the
ODDS AXi) Exns
|)avid-on. I''('b. !•'.— Plans are alrt'ady be
ing made for •Iniiior Speaking by the iliil’er-
eiil organizations on the eanijiiis. 'I'he .iuniiir
Class lias a[>pointed a committee to attend to
llie duties of that -hiss and tin* Pramatic
(Ti'.b is practising on (bree phiys il expecl.'
lo iiiv(' at that time.
Davidson, I'eli. IS.—IT. L, 'jrcKcitheii and
1’. 1), "Miller were chosen to re])rcs(int .David
son in the Davidson-Puindolph-Macon debfiTe.
At the same time D. Ii. Ogdon was chosen as
Di'C)) wisdom—swelleil head.
Brain fe\’er—sbe's dead.
l-'alse fairr.iie—liopes lied.
I leart busted—sbe's dead.
Went skating—’tis said,
l’'loor humped her—she’s ilea I.
to rejiresent Queens. The Convention helped
the delegates to derive much valuable know-
lodgo concerning woman’s place in present
Charlottej IN’. 0., Teb. H.—licna Bhniton,
President of the Student Government a.-iso-
ciation and Margaret Anderson, ]u’(minent
meinhor of the Senior Class attended tbe Charlotte, X. C., Feb. 17.—The Queens
Xational League of Women Voter’s Couvcn- IBInes Stafl’ will give a house warming iu their
tion which met at Greensboro Eebruary 15 new office Saturday. Feh. 18th. The staff is
and m. iriss Blanton was sent by th^ Stu- looking forward to the occupying of this new
dent Bodv and Miss Anderson bv the College office with much interest.