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Eta Sigma Phi Alumni To temble
Gives Banquet
For Impiortant Rallies
Nine New Members Were
Initiated Into Eta Sigma "Y" Team To Three Districts Meet
Phi On November 17
Orangeburg,
And Florence Will Furnish
Make Trip Spartanburg,
Entertainment
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Luncheon Of(Hreenville Alumini
Held At i
Hotel Poinsett 5'atarday
Pn or To Furman-tCarolina Clash Room,
Baker Speaks
Eight Grads
Alumni
Early
Elected To
Before
Group
Brief Speeches Are Made To
Former Graduates; P. A.
Hollis Presides
Initiation and a banquet for Eta Sigma
Phi, national honorory classical
To Entertain Olio High School
were held at the Rose Mary Tea
University alumni will gather for three
Students With Talks,
important rallies between now and the
November 17.
Stunts And Hikes
Christmas holidays.
Those initiated were: Agnes Geiger,
A Y. M. C. A. team will leave for
Spartanburg will entertain for the first
Ruth Gayden, Lena Dunlap, Daisy
Clio, late Sunday afternoon, where the meetings to be held in the early part of
Margaret Caughman, and George members will make a series of
talks December at one of the larger hotels.
Hart, of Columbia; Sara Allen
Alumni from Spartanburg, Cherokee,
before the high school there, 011
St. George; Roberta Hudson,
Union, Laurens, and Greenville will
27, 28, and 29.
this meeting. The University is
and Elizabeth McDearmon,
This team is composed of D. M. Ham, well represented in these counties
as
Va.
president of the Carolina Christian
by the large attendance during
The speech of the evening was made
Club, Lonnie Causey, vice-president the past few years at the Spartanburg
by Dr. E. L. Green, professor of ancient of the Y. M. C. A., Albert Johnson,
meetings.
of the freshman council, Coles president Members
languages and an honorary member of
attending the district
the fraternity. The welcoming address
chairman of the Y. W. C. A.
at
will be invited to be
Orangeburg
was made by Sara Norris, president of
committee, Elizebath Moore, and
the local chapter. Margaret Estes was Margaret Patrick, representing the Y. present at a fish fry, while Florence, a
Pee Dee pine bark fish stew will offer
toastmistress and the speaker for the VV. C. A. Mrs. Dulie Hansen will
much entertainment.
new members was Roberta Hudson.
the party.
Meetings such as those at
The guests, besides the new members,
Included in the program for this trip
Orangeburg, and Florence will be
were Sara Norris, Alice Fitts, Elma will be a
series of talks, musical
in different parts of the state
arranged
Sara
Westberry,
Calhoun, Rena
stunts, and hikes for both boys during the winter.
Mildred Brown, Sara Graham,
and girls.
Representatives from the faculty and
Milligan, Margaret Estes, Annie
u. a. o.
Student Body of the University with the
Ruth Welch, and Sara Willis, active
officers of the Alumni Association will
members; Frances Cardwell, Jake
attend all alumni meetings now in
Ellis Jenkins, Martha Anne
and Elizabeth Creighton, pledges;
u. 8. c.
Frofessor Vernon Cook, and Dr. and
hound:
1 pen, 1 glove, call
Sweater,
for
Applications
and
degrees
Mrs. E. L. Green, honorary members.
to be awarded next June must be for these at U. S. C. Post Office.
u. s. o.
u. a. o.
filed with the Registrar 011 or before
December 1st, it was announced by John "Hey!" cried Satan to the new
"you act as if you owned this
A. Chase, Jr., Registrar, yesterday.
dump."
Before filing applications, applicants "I do.
My wife gave it to me."
arc requested to pay the Treasurer of the
Because of their high position in the
University four dollars in payment of
scholastic world a number of professors the
diploma fee, submitting their receipt
If You Want Service Call
at the University have been honored
to the Registrar when they file their
with requests for personal data to be
applies to all degrees
included in the 1932-1933 edition of awarded This
Store
by the University. An extra
Who's Who in American Education, fee of two
dollars will be charged for 1204 Green St. Phones 4331-4332
which is to be published by the Robert
filed after December 1st.
applications
C. Cook
of New York.
Are Members
Of Faculties
The League
Girls Prominent In University
Social Life Ohosen By
The luncheon of the Greenville
Junior League
Alumni Eight University
just iprior to the Furman-Carolina
alumnae were
game Saturday, proved even more
successfulelected provisional members of the
than was expected when over
100 gathered at the Hotel
Poinsett to Columbia Junior League. The
renew old acquaintances and
were elected:
Helen Bell,
listen to
a program of short
pep talks and songs.
Sarah
Jones,
Heywood, Claudia
P. A. Hollis '02, superintendent of
Alice
Knowlton,
Elizabeth Neil,
Prioleau,
district schools, presided over Parker
the Elizabeth Weston, and Jessie Coleman.
luncheon meeting.
Dr. L. T. Baker, president of the The Junior League is a group of young
University, made a short talk to begin Columbia society girls who do social
the affair, expressing pleasure at
the service work in the poorer sections of
event arranged by Greenville
the city.
Alumni
and thanked them for the interest
they
All the alumnae were prominent in
are showing in
Carolina.
social life while in the
A. C. Mann '14, mayor of the
city of
All except Elizabeth Weston were
Greenville, welcomed the alumni
to members of the Delta
jreenvillc and expressed interest and
Delta Delta
Miss Weston was a member of the
pleasure in recent improvements at the
Pi Beta Phi sorority. Helen Bell,
university.
Knowlton, Elizabeth Neil, and
George Bell Timmerman '02, president
Coleman graduated from the
Associati°n, expressed dey
.Umniinterest
last June.
ght the
of alumni in the
Classic Grads., Cook, Morehead,
And Game, Are Holding
Responsible Positions
Several of the early graduates of the
department of classic and ancient
of the University of South
are now holding responsible positions
on the faculties of various other
colleges,
it was recently revealed by Dr. E. L.
Green, head of the department of
Languages.
Dr. Hoyt Cook, brother of Vernon
Cook of the department of Ancient
of the University, is professor
of Greek at the College of the City of
recently
fraternity,
Butler,
Johnson,
Denmark;
Appomattox,
Ancient
University
University.
and M. A. degrees at Carolina.
Dr. Paul G. Morehead, another
after receiving a Ph. D. at the
University of Chicago is now professor
of L.atin at Louisiana State University.
Professor J. B. Game, also a native of
South Carolina, is head of the department
of Classics at Florida State College for
,
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and
ree to
.
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on
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of
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of
of
R.
of
oi
and
of
o. a. o.
science class of
Dr.
M. Derrick will go to Fort
and its
Mr. Mill on December
to
his second
the
to the York
the
of. this week. The
a"d made
title of this lecture
were
in their admiration of is.
in
a
of the moon and of
New
with its
The
lccture of
series was
other visitors was a group from
at York on
and
the
women's class.
the
was well attended.
C
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Gamccock.
A.
ill
WKSMmi
All (he alumni present were
required
to introduce
themselves.
WaS arrai,ged
V
Varn
26, and Ed B. Smith '21. by Bill
The attendance was considered
and many of the alumni excellent
present
Spartanburg,
prospect.
Requests Data
of
ciation.
<n
v. «. o.
and
lni
meeting
certificates
From Faculty
lilh
ac^A
Univcrs,'ty,
Barney
r,
°L«
sccrctary. outlined Science Class
S. M. Derrick
fhe'.PurPoses interests
the assooo
Observes Moon
Gives Lecture
alumnus
£
Z*,
T
Hand
J3
S.
association for The general
for facts about the
Junior
High School
teacher,
6, give
Company
versity," Mr. Early said.
UniCJ>Bristol, visited University
lccture
Teacher's
County
approximately
first
observatory
visitors Association. The
WC?J' rCCOgnizcd
7,500
shor!7lWh°
biographical
Only
Rion McKissick 'OS,
enthusiastic
"The Teacher's Responsibility
7° f ,S W,Cre
limited
printed.
Sch001 journalism; Mrs.
close view
Saturn
Developing
Economy."
expected
"n°
f widow the late
ready
December.
delivery
by
rings.
first
this
Forms
!n.D.Mrel,°in'
Carolina
Carolina;
L. Sumwalt, ofpresident
Among
the
dtlivered
October 25,
professors
School
Engineering; Judge W. C
business
meeting
information
regard
Wi,,iamson'
Pres'dent
tuX9V
^
B°dy;
J°hn Giles,
JJ
editor t
The
"
indicated
Seniors Apply
Godbold,
For Degrees
Dowling,
alumnus,
sorority.
Claudia
Jessie
University
Women.
Service
numbers,
SentQrfcit,
Eloise
Languages
Charleston. He received both his B. A.
attend
Heyward,
freshman
cliaperone
languages
Carolina
following
Elizabeth
November
The volume will contain
sketches.
edition will be
It is
to be
for
were
to
in
sent to
a
many
be tilled out with
to their life and work.
:-sifiii
Mill
arrival,
application.
University Drug
CAPITAL
C1TY LAUNDRY
1119 Oerv ais Street
;
!: Specialists in Dress Shirts and Collars !;
ONE DAII WORK
J.::
%I"nCh?T
ommented
on
the
success
of the
undertaking.
U. «.
Society Holds
HeatedDebate
The meeting of the
Society Tuesday Clariosophic
evening wasLiterary
enlivened
to
by a heated discussion of the use
which the society's ante-room should
be put. The debate,
starting
after the literary program, immediately
lasted until
midnight.
In the course of the
voting it was
pointed out that many members have
been so lax in attendance as to warrant
expulsion.
This led President James
that the
the Constitution rendering a provision
member
liable to expulsion after four successive
absences, would be strictly enforced.
New members initiated were VV. S.
Wolfe, F. H. Suggs, C. C. Johnson, J.
k. Carter, and R. L. Utsey.
Galloway
of
to announce
u. s. o.
Professors Go
To Cheraw Club
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I wo
t§~i§f|l llll!
members of the University
Prof. R. L. Sumwalt of the School
of Engineering, and J. Rion
McKissick,
dean of the School of Journalism, were
on the program of the
Tuesday
Literary Club of Cheraw, Tuesday
faculty,
Evening
nifiht.
1 he founder and first president of the
c'"b, Professor Sumwalt, spoke briefly,
expressing his pleasure at meeting the
members again. The paper of the
Some Sidelights on the History of
South Carolina," was read by Dean
evening,
McKissick.
During their visit to Cheraw, the two
faculty members were guests of £ol. and
f
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THE young
reason
is saying the
he smo kes Chesterfields
consisting
appointed
THE CIOARKTTE 1 HAT'S MILDER
o. m. o.
Senior Committee To
Select A Class Gift
meeting of the senior class on
Wednesday afternoon, a committee
of Mary Begg Ligon, William
Callahan, and James Galloway was
to decide on a senior class gift.
At this meeting they discussed the
of leaving a fountain.
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with ^
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have a k ind of feeling that
erfields U better."
She's right. Chesterfields are
just as ]pure and wholesome as
Nature arid Science can make them.
And we 1have upwards of 90 millions of clollars invested to ensure
their mildness and better taste.
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Chestaste
main
is because they saltisfy.
The young lady agrees with him
She says:"They cliick with me, too.
I'm not what yoni'd call a heavy
smoker. But everi I can tell that
they're milder. B esides, I always
Mrs. E. W. Duvall.
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THE CIGARETTK THAT TASTIS Bl
possibility
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