October 9, 19121
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teachers in high schools approved by the Commission (of the Southern Associa
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B.M. in the music department.
In addition to the regular classical course, special attention is called to the
departments of Home Economics, Expression, Art, Education, Sunday School
Teacher Training, Piano Pedagogy, and to the complete School of Music.
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LATIN SIX ENTERTAINS MISS
Latin “a la dramatis” was served in
:rand style by the Latin VI class on
Tuesday, September 25. Miss Wine ex
pressed sentiments of fatigue at having
to hold the interest of the class from
day to day and suggested a reversal of
the situation, an entertainment by the
class for the teacher. The class rose
nobly to the occasion. Presenting a
dramatization, “The Trial of the Con
spirators in the Roman Senate.” The
cast of characters was' as follows:
Cicero Helen Felder
Ruth Curtis, Dorothy Mayes
Volturcaus Dorothy Lea
Lentulus . Margaret Hood
Cethegus Paul Scurlock
Statilius Ralph Golden
Gabinius Louise Wysong
Spokesman of Allabroges .. Mary Lyon
Caeparius David Swift
Furius - Marshall Campbell
Spokesman of Senate Carolyn Simmonds
Irene Hester, Napoleon Lutfy, Marvin
At the close of the play Miss Wine
declared herself “refreshed in mind”
and ready to again take the role of en
BRANCH SPANISH CLUB
Miss Kelly rapped on the desk. Or
der! Thus started Spanish Club No.
2 on Sejitember 23.
The club is a branch of the main
club, comiiosed of students from semes
ter three while the main club claims
semester four students.
The club elected four officers as fol
President, Fred Burroughs; vice-presi
dent Edgar Young; secretary and treas
urer, John Ford; High Life reporter,
The club expects to do big things this
year. This is a fair warning to other
clubs, so look out!
The Latin Club this year will be com
posed of two divisions, the Freshman-
Sophomore with Miss Martin as faculty
advisor. Heretofore only Seniors were
in the club but this year any latin stu
dent may join this class.
The Junior-Senior division with Miss
Wine as advisor, was organized on Oc
tober 2. The following officers were
Secundus Princeps—Francis Moore.
Praefectus Aerarii—Dorothy Mayes.
Chairman of Program Committee—
The program committee was chosen
from both classes. The chairman, Eliza
beth Smith, and Charles Amole repre
sent the Seniors.
LATIN CLUB ORGANIZES.
Miss Martin’s Latin students who are
taking Caesar are planning a fine time
this year. They had a meeting Friday,
September 26, for the purpose of or
ganizing a Latin Club. They decided to
let all members of B-5, who wished to
join, be the charter members. All oth
ers must be initiated. Two “Regina
Eestivitatis, Betty Brown and Bernice
Apple, were elected. As there was some
discussion as to who should be the
Galli and who the Romani, they drew
straws. Bernice’s legion will be called
Galli, Betty’s Romani.
Each division will have a Lefatus to
keep record of the points for attend
ance, winning of a match or for par
ticipation in the program. And also
each side elected an Imperator to pre
side at meetings. At the end of the
year the side having the largest num
ber of points will be entertained by the
The aim of the club is education
through entertainment. The life of the
Romans will be accurately reproduced
by means of plays, games, and talks on
Roman themes, thus promoting inter
est in the Club.
A meeting will be held on October
3, and afterwards on the first and third
Fridays in each month.
ROOM 203 GIVES MODEL
The programs given in room 203 the
latter part of each week have been of a
light, refreshing nature—so have given
delightful respite from the drudgery of
lessons. Take for instance the one given
Tuesday, September 30. It contained
things that made one feel that he had
drained the cup of school life and found
it a very pleasing draught that day,
when the chairman, Mary lA'on, succeed
ed in presenting to the class the kind
of program which she thought they would
The devotional exercises were given
by Virginia Younts, who read the 15th
Psalm. Helen Felder then read two
delightful selections, one a very amus
ing poem, and the other a paragraph on
“She Cuts Out Slang.” The story read
by Ruth Curtis dealt with the love af
fair of two kindergarten tots. This also
elicited much amusement. Dorothy Lea
next gave a very choice assortment of
jokes which everyone enjoyed. A cur
rent event was interestingly told by La
Verne Ware. At Miss Tillett’s request
the class sang some of the familiar songs
for her benefit. Then the meeting was
adjourned after some pertinent remarks
from the vice-president.
ANNEXES HEAR INTERESTING
Annexes A and B enjoyed a very in
teresting program presented by B 7 on
Tuesday, September 23, at chapel per
iod. Margaret Hardin conducted the
program, and Jesse Tate had charge of
the devotional reading.
Mr. Wunsch sang “Sing Mir Dein
I^eid” in German, accompanied on the
piano by Mary E. King. Then Lucille
Phillips played a very pretty piano solo,
after which Ruth Simpson gave an ex
ceptionally good reading entitled, “How
My Husband Saved My Life.”
The Durham Trio delighted the audi
ence with “A Nest, a Nest and You,
Dear,” “Not Here, Not There,” and “A
Sleeping Little Village.”
Mr. Gildersleeve used the remainder
of the hour for chorus singing.
ROOM 103 ELECTS OFFICERS.
On Tuesday, September 23, the mem
bers of room 103, not attending a mys
terious football conference in the sci
ence lab, held a meeting to organize and
The following were elected: President,
Bob Stone; vice-president, Lavine Den
ny; press reporter, Corinne Cook; repre
sentative to girls’ council, Virginia Bain.
By a previous election Betty Harrison
was named treasurer of the athletic as-
Miss Coleman took advantage of the
opportunity to urge the room to be 100
per cent loyal in backing the athletic
association. She succeeded.
I hate a thing done by halves. If it
be right, do it boldly; if it be wrong,
leave it undone.—Gilpin.
Better make penitents by gentleness
than hypocrites by severity.—Francis
The careless use of other people’s
names is one of the evidences of un
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Give to the world the best you have,
and the best will come back to you.—
When anyone has offended me, I
to raise my soul so high that the offense
cannot reach it.—Descartes.
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Every seat in the grandstand and
bleachers was filled. No seats were ob
tainable after 9:30 o’clock in the morn
ing. Hundreds of persons were turned
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