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THE HILLTOP
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Published Bi-Weekly By The Students of Mars Hill College
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By Old Staff !
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MARS HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, APRIL 14, 1933
“J)EBATE TEAMS WIN
JUNIOR COLLEGE
-T AT HIGH POINT
»o Make Fine Showing
Vea; “Bumps” New-
Jjh Takes Oratorical
Honors
et
SE IN STATE FINALS
lOTeams Composed Of Kate
® ®( and Zelma Price, Lily
^D|tt and Carolyn Haynes
State Junior College Debate Champs
No. 12
is r away from a tie in the
tojos, the girls’ debating
shears Hill college, swept
ppf finals of the North Caro
rcp^" College Association at
, f recently by a 5-1 vote,
t^eams lost in the finals to
Tib|ollege.
—jibination of ties and for-
oc«
,e girls entered the finals
le gi^ate and Campbell junior
tht
y ^ On “War Debts”
i.sg^y was: “Resolved that the
ites should agree to the
^ of the inter-allied war
he affirmative was upheld
I|Kate Huskins, of Burns-
^lelma Price, of Hayesville.
Ve was represented by
/^«lyn Haynes, of Waynes-
Bennett, of Candler.
^ s Hill boys, debating the
Jon, won their preliminary
^oili
oiling Springs and Weav-
Jones of Rutherfordton,
I Jones of Perry, Florida,
affirmative. L. C. Chiles,
pe, and Falk Johnson, of
upported the negative,
rf two junior colleges rep-
1 the south-wide contest
lern Association of Teach-
Huskins, Price, Blackwell,'Coach; Haynes, and Bennett.
EDISON PICKLESIMER WINS
EUTHALIAN DEBATE MEDAL
Places First In Annual Society
Contest: Woodrow Jones Is
Second, And John
McGehee, Third
or
|ch. Mars Hill sailed high
10\
Berea, Ky.
Ne-wbrough Wins
gp I Ella Newbrough won the
leal contest with a selec- i
d “Woman and the De-
JQj debating team, champion
Tor'^ .innior colleges, after
SO,i preliminaries 2-1 reached
-rjl^Tisses Zelma Price and]
’ debated both sides of
- an ques-
^■®”contest.
?at Asheville Normal
•team, composed of C. B.
Ik Johnson, debated both
same question in six de
senior colleges and uni-
- £y beat Asheville Normal
it A five decisions.
peed, as extemporaneous
C. B. Jones, as the Mars
. |itative in the after-din-
l-' •, made credible showings.
; last year went to the
|in the debates held in
der the auspices of the
ition.
s Of Alumni
ed In Check-Up
feheck-up on the present
rid the seventy-eight Wake
li who have edited The
jipus literary magazine
182, reveals that various
|e been followed. Those
fho are also alumni of
'liege are (Jerald W.
more Sun; H. E. Olive,
ington; 0. R. Morgan,
xford; H. T. Hunter,
st Carolina Teachers’
jwhee; P. L. Elliot, pro-
fFeri^ at Cullowhee; R. S
itor in China; A. R.
56. ^siness man, Charlotte.
•e T. Gaskins is presi-
A. of the Senior high
eville. She is also sec-
I 5r of Nichols Realty
has led a successful
Edison A. Picklesimer, of High
lands. N. C., won the Euthalian Liter
ary Society debate medal h»^re Friday
evening, April 7, in competition with
ten other members for a place on the
society commencem'^nt debating
team. The query for d-’ba^e was Re
solved: That the United State.-? Gov
ernment should own and operate the
railroads.
Other honors went to Woodrow
Jones, of Rutherfordton, N. C., and
John McGehee. of Memphis, Tenn.,
who won second and third places, re
spectively. L. C. Chiles, of Corren,
Tenn., and Bill Edwards, of Ruther
fordton, N. C., received honorable
mention.
The judges, who also rendered the
debate decision in favor of the nega
tive, were Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Tren-
tham and Mr. J. A. McLeod.
To Award Medal Later
The gold medal, which is given
each year by the society to its best
debater, will be awarded to Mr.
Picklesimer at Commencement.
Mr. Jones and Mr. Picklesimer will
oppose a team of Philomathians in
the annual inter-society forensic con
test held as a part of the commence
ment program.
Ten Speakers
The following students competed
in the contest: Affirmative; Woodrow
Jones, John McGehee, Charles Wat
ers, Raymond Wilson, and Robert
Burnett. Negative; Edison Pickle
simer, L. C. Chiles, Bill Edwards,
Ralph Maxcey, and L. T. Hamrick.
C-r.s TAKE “GOOD
ENGLISH” HONORS
Capture 72 Tags Against 42 For
C-IFs; Place Larger Num
bers In Subsidiar ’ Contests
‘Good English Week” snonsored
New Staff ToTake
Charge Next Issue
Beginning next issue the newly
elected Hilltop staff will take
charge of the paper to guide its
destinies for better or for worse
for the remainder of this year and
next year.
The next issue will likely be a
transitory one with the old staff
helping to a certain extent to
break the new staff in on their
posts. Following that issue there
will be one more Hilltop published
before the close of school, with a
post-Commencement issue coming
out a few days after the last ex
ercises. These will be mailed to
the students.
The old staff wishes to thank
every student who has contributed
to the pages of the Hilltop this
year and in casting our mantle
on the incoming staff members we
hope that they will profit by our
mistakes and may the fullest meas
ure of success be theirs.
—The Retiring Staff.
BURNETT AND ORR CHOSEN
BY STUDENTS TO DIRECT
HILLTOP IN COMING YEAR
New Officers Succeed Falk
Johnson And Sam Justice .4s
Editor and Managing Editor
TO TAKE CHARGE NEXT ISSUE
New Staff Approved In Chapel By
Students For Newspaper Posts.
Berea Honors Go To
Miss M. E. Newbrough
New Orleans Girl Leads Mars
Hill Delegation At Speaking
Tourney By Winning Wo
men's Oratorical Contest
in the college and community schools
bv the Woman’s Club, of which Mrs.
W. F. Robinson is president, was
drawn te a close Friday, Mar^h 31,
when members of the C-I English
classes presented a fitting play at
chapel period.
Miss Lillian Whitehurst and Miss
Margaret Hale were presented with
book prizes for having made the
highest scores in the Hilltop English
contest. The prizes were donated
by the faculty.
Sylva Ammons W^ins Poster Award
Miss Sylva Ammons won first prize
in the poster contest for having ex
pressed the most original idea in
keeping with Good English Week.
(Continued on page 3)
Annual Party Had
By Hilltop Staff
Event Held In Home Of Mr.
And Mrs. J. A. McLeod
L. T. Hamrick Picked to
Head I. R. G. Next Year
On Saturday, April 9, the Hilltop
Staff spent a most delightful evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John A.
McLeod, who acted as host and hos
tess for this social function. The en
tertainment committee had provided
a number of interesting activities in
the form of contests and progressive
dates. A delicious plate was served
at the conclusion of the evening and
all the guests declared it to be one
of the most enjoyable events of the
year.
Program Rendered On Turke '
Club To Send Delegates To
Atlanta Meet Next Week
PPir.
L. T. Hamrick was elected presi
dent of the International Relation
ship Club Tuesday, April 11, when
that organization met at the home of
Dean and Mrs. I. N. Carr for the
annual election of officers.
Other officers elected were: vice-
president, Calvin Connor; secretary,
Margaret Hines; reporter, Thomas
M'errell.
Turkey Is Subject
Immediately following the elec
tion of officers an interesting pro
gram on several different phases of
Turkey was offered. Miss Edna Earle
Nanney gave a brief history of Tur
key. Miss Margaret Hines discussed
Turkey’s religious life while Thomas
Merrill spoke on the industries of
(Continued on page 4)
INDEX
1. Burnett and Orr chosen to
direct Hilltop page 1
2. Girl’s debate team wins
State Championship page 1
3. Edison Pickelsimer wins
Eu Debate Medal page 1
4. C-I’s take Good English
Honors page 1
5. “The Robots” page 2
6. “Wilter Wunchell” page 2
7. Berea honor goes to Mary
Ella Newbrough page 1
8. Bowden picture receives
honor page 4
9. Mars Hill Alumnus holds
unique post page 4
Miss Mary Ella Newbrough of New
Orleans, Louisiana, won first place in
the Woman’s Oratorical contest held
in connection with the Southern Col
lege Speakers tournament at Berea |
College, Kentucky, during the week
of Monday, April 3. Miss New-
brough's oration was entitled. Wo
man and the Depression.”
Won at Averett
Miss Newbrough also won first
place in a dramatic reading contest
held at Averett college in Danville, '■
Virginia, Friday, November 22, in'
competition with southern junior
colleges, east of the Mississippi. Her |
prize reading was, “The Breaking of
the Calm.”
The girl’s debating team succeeded
in getting to the finals during the
debate contest, where they were de
feated by Ashbury College debaters
whom they had previously defeated in
the preliminaries. Girls’ debating
were. Miss Lillie Bennett and Miss
Zelma Price.
Boys Speak Six Times
The boys represented Mars Hill
College in the debate contest were,
C. B. Jones and Falk Johnson. They
argued both sides of the question and
debated six different times. They
won a decision over Asheville Nor
mal.
Representing Mars Hill in the ex
temporaneous speakers contest was
Thomas Speed and in the After din
ner speaking contest C. B. Jones.
They made excellent speeches but did
not place in the tournament.
The delegates from Mars Hill were
said to have made unusually credit
able showings since they were placed
in competition with a large number
of both junior and senior colleges.
Especial mention should be given
Miss Newbrough for winning first
place in the oratorical contest over
the senior college representatives.
Robert Burnette, a former vice-
president of the Euthalian Literary
Society, a member of the college
tennis team, and one of the outstand
ing student figures on the Mars Hill
College campus was elected editor of
the Hilltop for the year 1933-34 by
popular student vote, Monday morn-
iiig’j April 10, at the chapel period.
Mr. Burnette was recommended by
the present Hilltop staff as being the
student most worthy and most com
petent to fill this editorial position,
a place which only the best must fill
since it is through the editorial col
umns of the Hilltop that student ex
pressions are made available to pa
trons, friends, former and prospec
tive students of the college.
Is Outstandingr Student
The editor-elect is an excellent
English student and is studying the
Journalistic course offered by the col
lege. Through his work with the Hill
top this year he has exhibited high
editorial ability that stamps him as a
man who will not take advantage of
the power he has of moulding outside
and student opinion to do discredit
to the college.
Mr. Burnette succeeds Falk John
son. son of Rev. and Mrs. Walter
N. Johnson, who has so capably sup
ported, inspired and aided the Hill
top .staff members during the year and
who has been one of the most de
pendable and readable ' contributors.
Mr. Johnson’s e'ditorials have been
reprinted and commented upon by
leading student and state newspapers
and other publications. Mr. Johnson
and his co-workers retire with this
issue to the new staff members who
will have charge of the publication
of the two subsequent editions.
Miss Hildreth Squires, a member of
the Clio Literary society and an out
standing student, especially in the
English department was elected to
be associated with Editor Burnette
as associate editor. She will have
charge of the feature department of
the Hilltop and assist with the edi
torial work. Miss Squires succeeds
Miss Hazel Herndon, a most depend
able and skilled contributor to the
columns of this paper.
Mark Orr To Be Managing Editor
Samuel J. Justice, active managing
editor of the Hilltop, who had charge
of its publication during the year and
to whom is due the major acknowl
edgement for its success will be suc
ceeded by Mark Taylor Orr who has
served this year as assistant managing
editor.
Mr. Justice in addition to having
done very commendably the technical
make-up and construction of the
Hilltop has been a regular consistent
(Continued on page 4)
Heme Ec Department ^
Holds Cake Contest
The Home Economic Classes taught
by Miss Rutherford recently spon
sored a cake contest with the follow
ing results:
Special Recipes
Sunshine Cake First Prize,
Blue Ribbon—Rebecca Knight.
Prof. Hoyt Blackwell
Speaks At Alumni Meet
Angel Food—Second Prize,
Red Ribbon—Victoria Mikell.
Devil’s Food—Third Prize,
’Yellow Ribbon — Ruby Jane
Wells.
Standard Recipes
Firs^^^rize-—Louise Coats.
(Continued on page 4)
The annual meet of the McDowell
Alumni association, featuring a reg
ular program by graduates and form
er students of Mars Hill, was given
in form of a delightful banquet at
Marion on April 10.
Professor Blackwell and Dr. Sams
attended in interest of the college.
Mr. Blackwell gave the principal ad
dress of the evening on the theme
“Present Work of Mars Hill Col
lege,” following introduction and re
marks by Mr. Walter Chambers, Mar
ion attorney.
The Rev. E. J. Ingle, president of
the McDowell association, was toast
master for the occasion. A large
crowd of alumni and alumnae at
tended. Mr. Chambers was elected,
president for the ensuing year.
    

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