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SILVER AND BLUE
A number of young men believing that God had called them to the min-
inistry met together at the Chaplain's residence January 13, 1930, and organ-
the Ambassadors' Club with the motto, "Go ye --- and make disciples". Those
present were: Carrol Long, Alton Jones, Lundy Thompson, Hosea Lundy,
George Collier, Ollie Tyree, and Ernest Akins Qseven, a Biblical numberj.
Meetings were held weekly and a complete organization was perfected with
the following officers: Carrol Long, president, Ernest Akins, secretary and
treasure, Alton Jones, critique, and Dr. Wilbur Jones, faculty adviser.
The requirment for eligibility in this organization is to make the honor
roll three times in succession or five times in any order. The members at
fLeft to rightj Harvey Rodgers, Hudson Moore, Horace Sims, Hallet
MacKnight, Ernest Nunn, Theodore Phillips, Arthur Smith, Reavis Sproull,
Harwell Mallory, Barney Nunn, Carl Jenkins, Ben Sheram, John Word.
fPreaidents of the Classes and Organizational
tLeft to rightj Marvin Strickland, Agricultural Club, Hallet MacKnight,
Honor Club, Harwell Mallory, Sophomore Class, Harold Barbour, Musical
Organization, Tom Wheelis, Freshman Classy Grady Purcell, Lemley Hall:
Tom Denton, Philomathean Literary Societyg Edwin Hyatt, Junior Class:
Lemuel Tankersley, Y. M. C. A., Harvey Rodgers, Athenian Literary Societyg
Winifred Moore, Senior Classy Clarence Chamblee, Varsity Club.
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Girls' School Athletics
Indian dance-Kleft to right! Ethel Collins, Nora Cummings, Katie Cad-
le, Gladys Lawson, Joella Rouse, Lila Calahan, Dorothy Berryhill, Mattic
Chiply, Thelma Minter.
HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS
Highland fling-fleft to rightj Helen Langston, Margaret Davis, Nina
Fle'cher, Lois Ray, Geneva Craig, Irene Leary, Christine Rahn, Virginia
Lockman, Dorothy Hammond, Masina Hicks.
HIGH SCHOOL FRESHMEN
Dutch-fleft to rightj Leola McFarland, Lillian Custer, Nancy Fendly
Martha Berry, Esther Peacock, Jewel Mathis, Vada Harbin, Frances Keown
Agnes Kirk, Nell Holliday.
High school Sophomores, Flemish, high school Seniors, Minuet, College
Freshmen, Tarantella, College Sophomores, Swinging-Ca feature dance.J
The Senior class scored the largest number of points in dances, games.
and sports in the interclass day meet, and won the loving cup. The Basket-
ball games played between the classes were won for the high school by the
Juniors, and for the college by the Freshmen.
Under the adept direction of Miss Maude McDonald, the athletics have
taken a broad, full scope. Basket'ball, volleyball, dancing and gymnastics
are participated in by all the students. Dancing and basketball are the two
strongest features. On March the 4th, Mr. Ford's orchestra with two splen-
did dancing instructors arrived. These lessons afforded a most enjoyable
feature of the athletics.
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