hilltop. MARS HI LLCOLLEGE, MA R S H I L L, N.
Well I begged for something to
happen and it did. Plenty of things,
too. Keep up the work, Collegians.
This column won’t die from lack of
The following note was lost hy
some damsel and the thing was found
by a professor and the fireworks
were on! Here ’tis:
Have you seen my Horace jack?
If not ask Pearle, Lib, Ruby, Donnie
Mae, or Virginia. Today is my day to
Consequently, Mr. Huff’s hair is
growing gray; his students are sight
reading on class—all because of an
other lost note.
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For some reason or other Claude
Royall has dropped his matrimonial
bureau and is spending his time on
Seery is so dumb he thinks Cecil
DeMillo runs a chemistry laboratory
instead of a Hollywood studio. For
instance, he tried to make himself
believe that “Perlmutter” was a Po
tassium compound since DeMille had
associated in a picture “Potash and
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Had a B. Y. P. U. social the other
night. Had a plumb good time. Some
of these people are sorry they can’t
be declets so they could be at all the
parties at the same time.
Perhaps someone may think that
Santa Claus has come to town when
he walks down the halls in Melrose
and Brown, but this particular Santa
Claus wishes a little remuneration.
The candy, apples, bananas, oranges,
and whatnot are placed in these dor
mitories for the convenience and use
of the students. The owner of this
honor system says that the honor of
the students so far has been com
mendable, but that it could be bet
If we are to have the benefit of
this convenient “store” that will save
trips to town when one wants a bite
to eat, we must play square with the
man who has gone to the trouble to
help us. It is a matter of personal in
tegrity. No one is going to catch up
with you if you steal from the honor
tables except your own conscience.
If you do not play square with the
owner of the plan then you will be
deprived of the convenience that it
That is the proposition. Now then,
boys, let’s make every move we can
to further honesty in the school and
begin right here by shooting square
and deposit a coin for every piece of
candy that we take. —W. C.
37 Wofford F. - - 26
35 Boiling Springs 33
33 Tusculum 13
31 Young Harris 43
Team has won 72, lost 26, scored
3,778 against 2,644. The American
Sports Publishing Company and Ath
letic Journal says this is best record
of any junior college team in south
or east. The team won the southern
championship in 1928.
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\pive Year Summary
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Weaver - — 3
Carson-Newman — 2
Graydon Jordan pulled a good one
on Jim Albritton. The “M” Club or
dered that Graydon go on the soup
line; so the boy turned around and
got a date with Jim’s girl. Still, you
can never tell; he might not have
been only doing it for spite.
Since Miss Bowden thinks there
should be a course on “love” taught
in college—if someone will endow a
chair—I suggest Mr. Lee as head of
the department. Love won’t mix with
history and economics, he tells us,
and knowing his lectures, we’re will
ing to believe it.
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February 28 Mr. Charles Harris]
Sentelle was married to Miss Bernice
Calvin, of Canton. Their new home]
win, be at Canton.
Mr. C. E. Brown is a salesman for j
the Brown & Williamson Tobacco!
Corporation, in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Mr. William Brooks is at Wilming
ton, N. C., connected with the At
lantic Coast Line Railroad Company.
Bingham - 22
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At New Boston, Tex., is Reverend |
M. R. Gaddis.
Mr. G. L. Johnson has been ap
pointed a judge by Governor 0. Max.
Gardner. He held his first court at]
Dobson, N. C. Judge Johnson was
speaker pro tern of the state senate ]
a few weeks past. He is now holding |
court in Asheville, N. C.
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Fairview A. C. 25
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Rutherford — 7
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Won 51, lost 21.
Runs scored 662 to 290.
Total number of contests engaged
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sor, Mo., where Dr. Walt. N. John
son recently spent one week. Mr.
■Bryson also edits a small but valuable ]
rpublication concerning the work he]
Mr. E. C. Glasgow, of High Point I
College, won out in the state ora-1
The principal of the Burrowsville
Junior High School for the past sea
son was Mr. Charles H. Morgan.
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Mr. W. P. Biggerstaff is pastor of
Holston’s Creek Baptist Church, a
church which has a membership of
over six hundred. His address is:
Campobello, S. C., Route 3.
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who need books to study which they
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