rear facts revealed by
^ -t-o +-TV out Gome dogs re-
ntlFpLcliased from a Kentucky
cently of four Black
^ X- Vi *n Y-1 "h. T "n j
th;a:lsgivihg observed xe
rouStain men went coon hunting.
ifuas a fine night. The^dogs
and the men viere in high spirits,
unihin- ’out a coon was expected as ,
tli?SSs were inexperienced and un
tried, so two .22 calibre Rifles
^ ^ +-RO onlT firearms taken along..
’""sacrunS^the Cragglea theJapnt ,
; on Hard clim.bing and the late
hEr for coons was sapping Both men
" s sR- when suddenly the aogs
-?ruck‘’up a hot trail. The swift-
Msrof Re dogs soon overtook nr. . .
There vms a vicious fight on
tR viound, hut shortly the hear de-
RLd life was easier in a hig oak
hte vrowing on a high ledge of rock
lion the party came up very si-
lenhy to keep the hear from coming
■; l-ho ^TPe This accomnlished
andElth the knowledge that Bruin
touia and, would come down at will
Thanksgiving day,In ‘‘RVfp
began with the m.orning .y-Qi-al
in Gaither Hall Chapel.
of the girls told of the / ,n^
for which 'they were QSp®^^,
thankful,' and 'Dr. Caldwoli^^^^ ^
sermon carried out thc^spi^
Thanksgiving. The choir
the 'beautiful ‘anthem.,
_1 _ _
tSfboPkkew the real fight would
sdL be on and only squirrel rifles
^^stop him. The dogs were the mam
consideration, for only hunters know
the fury and dangers to do go Qf
wSRdedhear . In
•KsdQr> dislikes every living tning in
slJR and will fisht furiously to
'^'^Inhuo time ll-. Bruin started
do«: Shots rang hy^th^Souh
his vital spots. . He hit the ground
aid the little hounds_covered him.
Their bites only annoyea^h'lm, and
4-v,pvr suffered from vicious teeth
^°d c!aR as. Bullets were steadily
■n'lTmned 'into him-at closo ran^o, .
?iitiouSy, to keep from hittin
CaUtl 40-1-170 -nri p-iTho ,c| +-,
Lord, Oh Jeriisalem'’, ah^
,¥\rritten by'Mrs. 'Crosby
has been sung here on Than
day for many years. o^gultY
The student body and ^ af'*^®v
enioyod a soccer game in , Sen-?
noon between the Juniors ^ ^^3010^'
iors. The'Juniors wore at
The banquet in the '
Assembly Inn caused much a J t
mont and v^as a gala \
welcome vms offered by '^^5110^
h’olton, the student body P.wna
Toasts -were made to aS
and John Alden" , 'Dottcr^kno: ^ iij
Dr. and Ilrs. Anderson, ov/W.[
Dr. Andersoh responded in^^ ^
iniraitable iTianncr, "Hope
gave a toast to the Hisses , i,
hi II „ 1 -n „ -i -vn C e
donco". Spcncor and
Wade, vaio made their o'.vn
All during dinner the dhorn
the direction of Hiss Lord ^
humorous songs. Boforo^led i
tho din in,
-c.Liixug room, all , ij
wio singing of tho Alma ^
The grand march was the ig ?
n-p -i-.un wic'-Hm,-! ovoniho^pi^Qpi.
^ -HVJ. lllUl-Uil VVCIU) WU-- . p- 1 S
of . the gaiety of' the .
entortairment, . bringing roS
nil rh-P ,-sv-s +- o' CTllOSti^^
in a riot of
i- Y 9
r^ny In about five minutes the
a Clog. •
vipar was dead.
lummlhg It up the Bear, toe large
t-n carrv, was dragged a xong t^is-
to a truck. Lindy, one of
rtovs was carried to' the truck.
Rhe buffered a crushed skull, broken
^ose, and several bad cuts but will
^‘^Thi^is a sketch of the bear's
all of the
fasnion. ^ q^io
The do.y was an onjoyao
and will sto.nd out as one
high spots of our school v^a
'-i.'wxi, but how it came ^
untimely end is qacstlonaD^^^
imight have boon from a
nave boon from a 03
.■;ith tho barrel of ,, a pj
or it is poss'iblo that - ^ g^j
boon of humiliation by JqsC
at with a .22, but wo bavo
■(.Continued on pago oj