Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA)

 - Class of 1921

Page 1 of 146

 

Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1921 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1921 Edition, Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1921 Edition, Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1921 Edition, Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1921 Edition, Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1921 Edition, Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1921 Edition, Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1921 Edition, Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1921 Edition, Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1921 Edition, Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1921 Edition, Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1921 Edition, Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1921 Edition, Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 146 of the 1921 volume:

€merson College lUlirarp Founded by The Emerson Student Body of the Year 1892-93 Wo. 5 .1..9.E.2 Gift of EmprB0«tan isaa (In a (Srratrr iEiurranu .1 more tnilji Muf naivjiioiis Spirit hetittinp those who strife to perfeet a (treat Art. and anstrer the )iee(l of their times. — A more (tenerous. i ea. imposi)iff Material Expression . that eren the laj man map fuUp appreciate. t iii:. in i,. i;i:. ( i; sni ’i iiwicK r ri siilt III IIAItUY SKYMorU UnSS Didii CHAliLKS WI. SI,(»W KIDIii:!! I ((tislr(ir: Ariiii.yl irs ; ' ()ciil !‘h iis ' kiJiki jj E. rilAIM roX IlLACK IAhiNxIi Literal II re WIU.IA.M II i LAM KE. M:Y 1 oil I T I all II ill III S WAI I ' EK l!UAI)U;V ' I ' UII’l llisloiii o] ilir liniiiiii: 11111111X01111111111: I Ira Ilia I ir I ii 1 1 riiriia I ion .TESSIP: ELDlillHiK SOlTinviCK } (iCdl Cdlfiirv: Ethics; l liah ' csimirc MAI DE (iATCllELL IIK’KS Driniidfic Art: 1‘ddlninidic A(E ES KXOX black: Litcriirii 1 ntcriiretdtiod ; Bmd ' Hhii (nuJ Tcnnuson LILIA E. S.MITII Peddfiooii ; Histonj of Educdtion ; Scdiool Mdiidf cdicnt 9 riM l i: , ic( ji kstkn i tirllliltiij)i : Ti i-Iiii ' kiiIi (if tin niri i;i. iK i;ri:Ni;TT willaui • Stor i T(}Hmj: I ' I ' ol ii I inn : Uiiicrtnirc 1 0 I ' KISCIU.A r. IM (iistim : l, ' ((ilnls .MAUCAUirr ,insi:rm Ni ' : ri’.xn ' ic I ' i I ' lil II I inn : lii i i I II Is [ lior.Eirr bi unham M)lkr-lip ] 1 ELSIE UIDDEEE (ll iHiiashi III : Arstlict ic Ihinciiiii; Friiriiip MARY WEV IHrector Cliihlnn ' is Thaitrr I ' UANCTs .i()si:rii Mccauk Ti(iisiii(r : I’lii I form Ait A ' KTTIIO .M. IH ' TCI II NS Seen turn 1 0aum 0)icr iHorr rose (uid lool:( ' (l upon the irorhl. " Hare t een hliud inifil this hoiirf " s tid. O ' er ereri irenihUmj leaf the siui had spreait. And a‘as Uhe fjoltlen tapesfri anfarled ; And a.s the moments passed, more lif ht teas hurled r pon the (trinkin; (‘arth athirst for lipht: And I, heholdint alt this wondrous sipht , Cried out aloud, " 0 Cod, lore thp world. " And since that wahinfi, often drink deep ' I ' he joij of (hum, and peac(‘ ahid(‘s irith me : And thouph knoir that (uptin shall sc(‘ Dark fear, irith withered hand approach mjj sleep. More sure am I when lorelp nii ht shall fle(’ At dawn the sun will hrini pood ehi ' cr to me, — Ma.r Eh r man. 13 Jhi iKrutnrtam S’tlaii A. Aliirn Jssarhar Elitrtitijr an thnsr xnbnsp rbrprii bignitii lias marimfirii a small task. Aub uthnsr silrut tnil has rmisiimatph an uusreu iximh, IBlinsr Inur lias ucupr lircit utlinlly nalurh, rupii Inj a frienh. iBlinsp purryy nf ynutlifiil breams mas not mrasnrrb in ijpars : an tlinsp me bn linnnr, not mitli ible nuirbs Milt bn striiiiny tn emulate tlieir lines. POST (llLVDrATKS I ' mcrsdn is xtM ' v to w cIcoiih so ninny of Inn- fonncr rndiialcs, wlio lin c rctnincil to ilinl nllnrini; l . L. I. i Iciii-cr. ' I ' lioy linvc oxIiMnlctl tin inllinnicc of Ininnson in tin onisido world lln ' oni;li llioir snccossfn I loacliiii” ' and |datfonn woi k. All those who return r eecdve in a fnlhn- me isnri ' tin spirit and tnit Imsiasin of their Altna Mater which enables them to “eariy on.” .Mis. Idsie bowers ( ' orwin, ' !»S, taui ht in ICinerson live years aftm- her i radnation and is now eiijoyinii a year ' s lea (‘ (d ' absmiei ' from Ko cr ' s Hall. Lowcdl. Mass. .Miss Katheiine Hill. ' OL’. Ian”hl Physical ( ' nitnrt and H.xpressioii in the Public Schmds of d’hoinas i I le. (b ' oi ' i ia. the year f(dIowini; ' hei ' i;radna1 ion. ' I ' hi ' next two years she instil tided in Kmidiiiii and Public SjK ' akinj; at tin State Xoi ' inal School, haist St rondsbnrji. I’a. Sln then aee(‘])tt‘d the jiositioii d ' halitor of the “Pejiister and News” at Kamlolidi. Mass., and from P.HIb has been teaehiip” Peadiiii; and Public Sp( akin,n ayaiii at tin Pennsylvania Xorinal School. Miss .Vd(daid(‘ Patterson. ' HI. was Assistant Principal for two yiairs at l!(deh(‘r Selioid. hbist Milloii, Mass. Si.ma then sin has Ikm-ii head of the |]x]iression I lepartineiit of the State Xonnal School at I’rovidema . H. 1. She has a lariic repertoin of plays whiidi she has naid lliroiij hoiit the States with inneh sneci ' ss. .Miss (iertrmh Litehliidd, ' ll, tanjilit four years at Herby Aeadeniy and tin ' ll aeei ' pted tin ' ]iosilion as lieail of tin hPx]iression I epart iiient in Idnden- wood ' (dh ' ”(‘, Missouri. Last yi ' ar she taidht in the College (d ' Industrial Arts. I h ' litoii. Texas. ,Miss hbnily Prow n. ' Hi, has inaiiitaim d a studio in Kiehinond, dl t ■inia. siiiei ' h(‘r i radnation. She establisin ' d a departinent of h]ii”lish Sjieech at ' esl hani]don College. Ix ' sides prodnein many jdays and pajivants and serving as Hrainatic I )i rector a t tin Pniversity of Kiehinond. .Misstdivia Pri ’ett. ' IT, aeee|ded a position at P.elinncn ( ' olleiii . .laekson, .Miss., for a year. The following si ' asoii sin did studio work and i( ad for tin Itniertainineiit ( ' oinin i I t( e at Cain]) .M eCh ' l la n, .1 aeksonvi I h‘. . la. Tin next year sin was director of the ratory I lepart nient in ilartha ' ash iiij ton ' ollciic. .Vbinydon, bi. .Miss I ' loieiiee Haih ' y, ' IT. is teaehin.n lOiiiilish and lO.xiin ' ssion in the Pea- body Hijih School. .Mass., but conies in for Saturday (dassi ' s. .Miss IHith Levin. ' IS. taii; hl in the .Milton lliuli School. ' erniont. for one ' ear and is now teachiii!:; Inijilish and l ' Lx])ression at ( ' In ' Isi ' a, Iliiili School, Mass. .Miss .Marinnerite Pox. ' IS. s|)(‘iit the lirst year aft( r Ik ' I- " radnation teacli- in;.i hbi Iish at Kntlaml. N ' erinoiit, and is now at tin W ' aljiole llii;h School, .Mass. .Miss tllivi ' LePe re, ' PI. has tantthl I ' bi.ulish and hi.xiiri ' ssion in the I’eacon lli h School. Xew ' ork. sinci ' her tiradiiat ion. .Miss Lnc Knowles. ' L.MI. is assist iipu Hr. ’ard in teaehiiu; ( ' hanci ' r and taking: pri ate work w liih ' stiidyiii!.; at Poston PniNorsity for the P.acln ' lor of I ' Miieation He”re(‘. .Miss I ' rances Schnl ,e. ' L’tl. is cont inniiii; her work this year lii ' sides lillinj local t ' haiitampia eii];a cnien t s. I’rances .1. .Mct ' abe, ' L’tl, is acting as ’I ' reasn rer of the ( ' olleiic ' Ix ' siih ' s con- t inninii his st mlies in the drain a I ic work ' . 16 I ' rrsidru f IOlvika Dkax ' ict -I ' l ' c.sidrii t Im’xice ' IXIX(; idccriiaiji Kith 1 airi Mrmhirx oj Sfiidriif ( ' oinicil illRIER I’lIILLII’S •Iessip: Sotthwick Trcaxiirri ' Cassie Hextley 18 ( ' ASS IK P,KNTL1-:V i M r Aslitcibula. Ohio Class ' rroasui ' or. 4; Y. W. C. A. Cahinet. " I find nonsense sinfinlarly refresliinfr. " KK1’.K( ' (’A P.KKKOWITZ . t w iiedford. Mass. Monorail Socief.x ' . •And for coqnetr.v. slie disdain ' d to wear it : Secure of admiration, its inipi ' ession AVas faint as of an eveiy-da.v poss( ssion.” MAKV POliAX Revere, Mass. Treasurer Menoraii Society : i ' hnerson Coile.ge Trio. " To make tlie music and tlie lM‘anty, needs the master ' s tmicli. " 19 K ' ATllKVX ( ' A I ' HON -i ' M r r.iioiivilh . X. r.iisiiit ' ss " lOiiicrsdiiiaii. ' ' I ' resident Student ( ' oniicil. 4; I ' n ' sideid Studmit Assneiiitioii. 4. ■■|,o ’e, sweetness, .irnndiu ' ss, in lu ' i ' iH ' i ' sou sliined. " IM ' TH ( ' UAMHXTS Tiei)ndero,ir:i. X. V. Senier I’In.v; House I ‘resident, d ; Y. W. (’. A. ( ' . ' linnet. d. 4. " The wiiiins if wonuni innst he hninored. " FKAX( ' I-:S (’OUAXS •h , i r Arlin.irton, .Mass. Class Seei ' eta r ' . ; Class I’residelit. d; .Secre- tary. ' rn asnrer Student Association: Student ( ' onneil. .d. 4. " .Mereifnii.x’ urant that we may .irrow afted toilet h el ' . " 20 EI VIKA DIOAX Z i ' II Newton Centre. .Mass. Student Connoil. 1. 2. 4; I (4iatiii}; Club. 3. 4; iee-I’resi(lent. 3: Class President. 4: Art Kditor ■■Kniersonian. " 3; ’ice-I’resident .Student .Vssocdation. Stndtnit Connell. 4: S( eretar.v nebatiii}; Club. 4: .Member of I)ebatin " Team. 4. " The swret of siieeess is eonstane.v of |air]iose. " ( ' . DeLe FOND Boston. Mass. " Intellect distiiifruished b.v rapidit.v of thought.” Class President. 3: Magazine .Manager. Ibid; ' I ' reasurer Children ' s Theatre ; Issachar H. Kldridgt Scholarship. " Tln re is no worship coiniearable with that of dail.v dut.v and nns( ltish foil. " •lOSFIMl F. (T)XNOI{ I A T Kri . Pa. 21 i ' :sTi-:uj-: dowux i M r l :illas. Texas ' i ' A ' cry iiiiiiiiciit of jileasiire that ' ou taijoy, count it a.itaiii. Wlio can say wliat will he the end of an t‘venl. " lou Amrm I ' :u»i:i:ki r.ridiretown. Xova Scotia ’ice-l‘resideiit ( ' anadian t ' Inh; liehatin;; Cluh. • ' So sweet thi‘ hliish id ' haslifulness, Kveii jiity scarci ' can wish it less, " i (;i:i5()K(: i ' komex .New Itritaiii. ' oiin. Senior I’lay ; House I’resident. " Those who wish to sin;, ' always lind a sons;. 22 (JACLIAKIH ■Milford. .Mass. I (“l)atiiifi (’lull. " The lilessin,;; of lior i|ui(‘t life Fell oil us likt the dew. And Kuod thoughts where her fofitsteiis pressi ' d Like fairy hlossoiiis i;rew. " MAI5I:L CAKinCTT K I ' X Salem. ( r(‘f;on Senior Flay. ’• ”ris heauty tliat dotli off make woimm proud: ”ris ’irtue that dotli maki thmu most admired. " ( ' LAIHI-: i . (irsnT KST Lead. South Dakota Dehatiiig (. ' luh. " Xever siieak sense wlien nonsense will answer tile purpose .just as well. " 23 AKItlS HA( ' KMAX !■ M I’ l fiu. Illinois Soiiior riiiy. ' Sh(‘ novel ' told her love. r.nt let eoneen linent. like a woi in i‘ the Imd. Feed on her damask eheidt. " MITTZl HA i; ins ( ' ainden. Alahaina . ' Sonthern ( ' Inh; llonse I ‘resident ; Senior I’la.x ' : lit ' hatiny ' ( ' hih, " Her alTeetii.n and syiniiathy at onee dictated the kindest course. " h:Fv i: II n-: K r X ) l ' ord. . ova Scotia ( ' a nadia n ' Inh. ' .Man ' s lov( is of man ' s life a thin.ii aiiart. ■ ' I ' is woman’s whole e.xistence. " 24 KTHKL KELLHV z ' ! n Stoutrl itoii. Mass. Senior I’lay ; Class I’l’esideiit. ' J : Student Cmineil. 2. d: Itehatinjt Club. ■ Wliat care I. if I can rest. Kill time and take life at its ver.v best. " MAHV LAX ; Z 1 H Mt. Vernon. X. Y. Student Council. 2; Itebatiuf; Club. 2; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. 3: Y. W. C. A. Treasurer. 4: House President. 4. • ' Sweet j;irl. a ver.v shower Of beaut.v is tii.v earthl.v dower. " MIRIAM KKMI’TOX i . i r Somerville. M:iss. Debatiii}; Clnb; Secretar.v Siieakinj; Club. ■(irace was in all her stejis. heaven in her e.ve. In ever.v j esture. dif;nit. ’ and love. " 25 (:i:oiMi:s iiiomm L(‘i5Ain;i ' : I’Mi ' is, I ' laiict LOLA LoriM» Spriii.i- ' licld. CriiioMt •■( ifiillflicss and dcptli.- in these thing ' s the whcile nf wiiinan is cuntaineil. and it is lieaven. " oi:i;au i m: Mcoai’oiiax Z h II horest l’ai ' l . Adams, . [ass. .Mau ' ay.ine Kepnrter. 2 : .‘student t ' onneil. : . ntlim- .limini ' I’la.v; . ssiicial(‘ liditnr •Mairazine. 4. ■ ' Tliat which some call idleness I call the swt‘ ' l- cst part of ni.v life, and that is ni. ' Ihinkinpc " (’lass N ' ice-I’rcsident. 1. 1’; I ' nhiicil.v .Manap ' er t ' hildren ' s ' I’heatre. ■ ' Shall we not lo ' e knowledire and use it to lind out tinth. " 2ti IDA .MIX1]V1T( ' II Uostoii. Mass. SecTcta ry of .Meiiorah Society. “Her presence lends it warmth and Iiealtli To all who come before it. " MILDKIOI) ( ' IIKISTIAXA OAKES White Kiver .Tnnetion. Vermont Senior I’lay; Kmei ' son ( ' ollejie Trio. " Health and mirth create beauty. " HA ' ILE I ' AOE K V X Iturliiiirton. X. C. ' lass President. I : Student ( ' ouncil, 2; Debating (’lull, 2. .■ , 4: Y. W. ( ' . A. Cabinet. 4: Sontliern Club. What kind-hearted woman, young or old does not love match-making. " 27 AirKli:L IMIILUI ' S ' I ' exas Treiisui ' cr I iii, t’lnli. 4; Soiithcni Chili; Student ( ' luiueil; V. W. C. A. " A life Ilf lieuntx lends tn all it sees ' file feant ' nf its t In malit.” .mai{caim:t o. sriiioioTZ z 1 II (.hiaUei ' tiiw 11 . I’a. •■fearless gentleness is the must lieantifnl nf feminiiK ' att ractinns. fni ' ii nf inndesti’ and Inve, " ci:a( ' io sirKi :i.s ' ! ' I 1 ’ Siekeltnw II. . . V. lieliatinu ' ( ' hili. . ' !. t; Iiehatin,;; ' I ' eain, 4; I’resident nf Speakiiii; CInli. 4. ■There are sn man. thing ' s a uirl rail dn. e eii when sneiidy ciaims her. " 28 KATIIKKIXH SMITH Z ! II Amei’ieus. (Ieor;. ' ia President Southern Clnh. 4: ' ice-President Deliatins Club. 4: Literary I ' hlitor ■•Kinersonian. " .4. “One small candle may liirlit a thousand. " .JESSIE SOETIIWIEK M r Itrookline. Mass. Student Conncil. I. 4. Live me a .irreat thoujrlit that I may (]uicken myself witli it. " ELIZABETH .AI. STEWART Z II M ' aco. Nebraska Student Conncil. 3: Y. 4V. C. A. Cabinet. " Xo task was too hard or too liumhle: no day long enough to do all she longed to do. " 29 LAI l{A STOl)l AKI i; isliiul:il(“. Muss. ■ ' Tin ' ll slidiiii triMitl.v from lu r own i1is]il:iy. Sln‘ Iniiydis tlio loiiniiMl diillimss nil nwny. ' ' m;ttixa i . sti{()KA( ' ii ' I ' nUiinn. W ' nsiiin.udoii •Iindor Tiny: Yonr Kook Stnlf. .‘I. ■■||cr smilo. Ii( r speech, with winning swn. ’, Wiled llie old hnrper ' s mood nwn.w " .MAI’DIO TAVI.()I{ • ew ( i’lenns. I.n. Ilei ' ' oiee wns swi ' et nml low , ii e.veelleiil thiii}, ' in n womnn. " MAKIOX THOMAS K I ' X Tunu ' rs Fulls. ,M:iss. ‘•(iood nature in man or woman Is tli( imnu ' diato .jewel of their soids. " HI XK ' H VIXIXC ( ' amhridfre. .Mass. ' iee-l’resident. 4; l’ ' resident lieliatinic (Tiih ’iee-I’residenr V. AV. A. ( ' ahinet. ' J. 4, ' AVork wliil( , ' on liavt lij.dit. " KDXA ( ' . WATHlHlorSI ' : Melrose. Mass. Dehatin.!; ( ' Inh. ■■Tliei-( is alwa.vs a best w;i.v of doiii " ever.vtliing. if it he to hoil an egg. " 31 i:usi-: ( ' Ai oi.vx wi:i l Z 1 II Afl:iiit;i. (Ii ' uriri:! Siiuth(‘ni (’lul); .Meiionih Society; l)eliMtiuy ' Cliil.. • ' Her face The iniiToi- of the inoniiiit, ' seem ' d.” ICUXVXOH WII.LIA.MS Z 1 H •Macon, (li ' oriria Ii ‘latiii:: Southern t ' lnh; Keporter Senior I’lay. " A face witii L.dailnt‘ss o -erspread. Si, ft smiles liy linman kindness lired. " IIAKKIIOT . Ic( ' OX l U.K Crafton. . . If Senioi ' riay. ' ■(iood smise. yood li(‘allli, i:ood eonseienee and jtood fame, . ll these lieloim ' to irtm . ' ' iii:u:x CAD •1- M I ' Arlin;.don Ileitrhts. Mass. cioxiovA m sii Z f II I’anlo ' alley. okla. President, Bi :th Vice-President . . . . Secretary - . Treasurer - - . - . Meinhers of Student Council Color: Violet and Nile Green KKHHtlN ' Elaine Fisher Hon ME Sowers Eileen O’Hrien j Elaine Fisher ( Pam Estes Floirer: Violet 33 .M NlUK ( LASS .irxioRs Three ye;irs ajio — this year — ouv |iareii1s seal into laiii’i-soii a new class, gi ' anled it lihei ' ty and dedicated it to tin jivoposit ion tliat (‘volntion is neces- sary to expi-(‘ssion. Now we aie en a ed in tlie tliii’d year of strn;i le, t( stin wlietliei ' this class, or any (dass so favortal and so dedicateil, can lon, sni ive. W( lia ' e met each day in daily toil. We have winked to.tiether, aiding; t.he weak anion i ns. so that none will make Eniei-son onr final restinj; place. Vet those who have left ns dnrinji the three years of endeavoi- have not jierished in vain. We have profited hy their loss, in that, we bent onr minds in renewed elfort to till the gaps in oni- ranks. We grieve their loss. It is ahsidntely fitting and proper that we shonid do this. We i-ealize that no class has attained oi- can attain onr high point of achievement. It is foi- thi ' coming classes to dedicate their Year Hook to the ( ' lass of lifl’l.’ — he we living or long dead. The honor due ns, who stniggled here, is far heyoml yonr power to cominehend. The faculty will little note, nor long rememher what we say here, hnt it can nmei- forget what we did here. Xow we aie nearing the Senior estate: — it is fm- ns the worthy, to set forth a standai ' d id ' work that other idassi ' s may set as thidr goal; that they may tight toward that point of e.xcellence that we have thns far so nobly advanced. Because we have progiessed thns fai ' on the i-oad to success, it is for ns to here dedicate onrselves to the yeai- of tasks lemaining hefoi-e ns; — and we hei ' e highly resolve that thesi three years of earni ' st toil must not he spent in vain — that this class in Emeison must have a long life in the annals of Emei ' son (’ollege histoiw. Through its own effoiis toward sncci ' ss. may it he that the diinior ( ' lass of IflL ' l ' will he honoi-ed for its loyalty to E. ( ' . O. May we never jierish fi-oni yonr memory. P.ETJI KEHIIEN. 35 TUK WKEK OF SF( ' (M :SS N(“(“(l w (“ say we ari“ conccilcd ? (la a on tho lahol a1 tlio to]t! Wt ' say with a sinili ' and a lia|)] y lioaid il was »m‘ iicrtVct w(‘(‘k — tliat dnnior w(‘( k w(‘. tlu“ ( ' lass of IdL’l’. jii-(‘S(Mitt d. Wo won ' t soon foi iot llio days of Maiadi first to fifth. ( ' Iionis; " ' I ' liat ' s tnio, that ' s i-i”ht. " Wlio dai‘(‘s say that tlu ' Son i Day Dot Ifichards onoinooi od wasn ' t a hn o sncooss? Konionihor t.lio son to tin Sotdors I ' doanor Flowor lent swoot ])athos to? ' I ' h(‘ Seniors really eanie down from tlndr lofty realm to cry. Theti, too, yon timst ereilit ns with tcdlinti tin ' h ' leshtneti what lOmerson tneans. Atid onr voices- why, onr oices are (|tiit(‘ out of si iht. ( ' horns; “That ' s trite, that ' s riiiht. " ' I’hen came Wednesday — the Sttitit. We f es F tio I — Now. The faetilty saw thetns(d t ' s as we s(‘e them and tlnw w( re so anxiotis for ns to ]Mit on the stunt th.it they “avi ns the (dothes they hahitnally weir. Tlndina Ifahh resorted to Idaek face to support her vmmaeiilar, and her ih ' sei iptions and coin- nients on (“aeh wa. tiiiiiri were illiiniinat in ' to say the least. Then — the nu ' etinjj;! We jiracioiisly peimitted the whole eollejie to see the inner workings of a faculty meeting. Tin stunt niiist havi h(‘(m a success for has any one noticeil Fre. y using — “No paper — no marki ' el” since ( n the whole, it was short (Mioiigh to he inteu ' sting and ridiciilons enough to he funny. ( ' horns: “That ' s true, that ' s right. " At (deven on Thursday tin last .Innior Keidtal was held and the five re]»re- smitatives of tin .Innior ( ' hiss “siirt did tin (dass proud. " All the selections show( d eariK ' st woid and consident ions endeavor. Idveiyone in the college should say most Inatid ily- “Well done, .InniorsI” ( ' horns: “That’s true, that ' s right. " Till V. W. meeting was held in Room ten, Ftdday. Xnff sed when we tell yon that Rev. H. Lovett of the .Mount Vernon ( ' hnrtdi sjxdce to ns. ( ' horns: “That ' s true, that ' s taglit.” Saturday hionght the -Innior jilay and the work of the gilds is to he highly commended. Fax ' .Midvennon as Faith was so ador.ihle that no one hlanied hash (I ' Riimi for falling in love with h(‘r. .Vs for Ifetli Rtddiiin widting it — she has heard mioiigh so we won ' t iiKMition it heiaa ( ' hot ns: “That ' s tiaie, that ' s tdght. " Saturday night ladicdd the From in full swing at the Somerset. Two hnmlreil of Fmm-son ' s predtiest accompati ied hy llndr h( st were there. The music was line and evm vthing just seianed to lx idghl. Dtaui Ross was heard to remark that il was the best Ftma-son From he has ex ' er attended. W( naturally take a grcait d( al id ' credit to onrstdves a.nd say it was indetal a splendid ending to a siicci ' ssfnl w(‘ek. ( ' hoiais; “That ' s trin , that ' s idght. " . ow as a limil word to th ‘ n nderidassmeii we have tided to give yon onr host and in doing so w(‘ ho|»e w ‘ havi s(d a high standard — one wliiidi yon may strive to follow, (hir most earnest wish is that yoiir gre:il we(d in your .Innior year may he as hajijiy a one to yon as ours has Ikxmi to ns. ( ' horns: “That’s true, that ' s idght. " 36 OFFICERS yicc-PrvHidnit l re.sidnit, Doris Plaisted Vesta Xeesox ASVc r ! •( Treasurer Mrnihcrs of t fiidenf Council I’ RAXCEs Scott Charles Joralemox j Naiuxe ( ' urrie I ( ’ I [ ARL( )TTE MeRSERVE Color: (ianiot and White Motto: Ad Astr 7 SMl-lK »M( )K1-; CLASS THE nrLP, OF Hiii-haiik can join two oi- more plants of ditfereiit types fioin widely sei ai-ated (planters of the globe and lo I — before long a new flower or delicious fruit makes its appearance in this world to be known, eaten and talked of from one coast to the other. WitbonT further detail concerning the crossing (»f plant races, let me say that Burbank bad “nothing on I’rexy” when be turned a troublesome weed into a beautiful Shasta Ibiisy. oi- a cactus into a didicious fruit. We shall now use the (’lass of ' 2: as an example of I’rexy ' s “crossing” and a likeness to the Shasta Daisy. In the Fall of I’rexy gathered together his material for planting and grafting from the North, South, East and West. Xow that it may well penetrate the most inner dejith of oiir hearer ' s imagination, let me describe the aiipearance of I’rexy’s material before planted. rnahashed, — and with due consideration for this most remarkable material, it is necessaiy to say that all together, after I’rexy had moulded it into one body — to which we shall give the name of “The Ifnlh of — it resembled greatly a dead dried onion I Xow this hnlh was carefully planted in a very rich fertile soil known as “Emerson” whei ' e ciatical yet kind eyes watched for growth. When txvo or more plants have been crossed, it is only one step, however important; the great work lies beyond, — and so it is with I’rexy ' s “Bnlh of ( ' are. nur- ture, enconragement and iirnning at the jiroper time, togethei- with the intln- ence of surroundings develop the unfolding plant. The full development of the “Bulb of ’L’. ' ! ' ' necessitates four years of careful watching and hard woi ' k. Dui-ing the first year it i nt foi-th roots — the largest of these was called “The Ei-eshman Stunt, " intlucnced and guard( ' d in its growth by some material gathered from Bangor. Maine, hence removed to Watertown. This was a “winner " indeed, and made a deep ci-ack in that fertile soil called “Emerson. " Other roots wei ' e put forth, some as gi-eat, and others of more unsigniticant woi th. On the eighteenth of Septend)er, IhL’l. the little dried onion-like hull) was changed. It had become a beautiful plant, vibrating with life and possessing many strong roots! It had entered upon it ' s second year of growth known as the So])homore year in which it is now progressing. Duiing this yeai- the tender little green sj)routs pierced the soil and lo and behold — those critical, yet kind eyes began to take notice! The little dried-up, brown bulb has surpidsed the doubtful and is going to he “something” in this little world ! After once becoming accustomed to the bright light about it., it began to put forth a brilliant illumination of its own in the form of living hi-anches. The first one was called “The ( liganization of the Material, " which tii-st made its a])pearance on the twenty-tifth day of Sei)temher, Ibl’O. On .lanuai-y twenty-ninth this plant siirprised the other ludhs and ])lants by a dance at the Aberdeen Studio foi- the purpose of making money for the I ' bidownient Fund and incidentally to forget the cares and worries of its second year. A 39 jiood liiiu ' resvilled and . ' jf. ' iO.OO to 1k‘ donated to the most worthy lOndowinent Fund. Hel ' ore lonj; this “i einarkahle” jilaiit will put forth another hraneh which shall he railed " The 8oph. Stunt.” ( )li " Hulhs of Yesterday,” take heed of us, for although our plant is young and given, it ' s really ipiite wonderful and we, the material, ask you to watrli for Fiexy’s hlossoins put forth hy this hull), in May, Ihl ' dI PEAKl. QUANTKELLE. M EMBERS Irene Angel Mabel Louise Arey Ruth (’audee Bassette (iei ' aldine Biggers Marion Bialy Ivlith Marguerite ( ' anavan Dorothy ( ' aswell Eulalia 1. ( " hristian Xadiue Currie Mary Ross Dorsey Evangeline Dudley Mary Dudley ()live Lorraine Foat ( ' laia L. (lihson Jessie FIrira (Irani ( ' lodeiie (irace Hayden Helen 11. Heath W ' sta Nelson Doris Winifred I’laisted l’(‘.iil Angele ( uantrelle liK ' Z Ra|)|ioli •Myi’tie A. Rohie I (oi ' othv 11. B. Robinson Elizabeth L( slie Robinson MyrrI Ro lney Franc(‘s Anriilla Scott Emily Louise Seaher Glaive (lertrude Llillyer Louise Frances Holschuh Murnie Drane Hornady Fiances Lavinia Hueston Erwin Spencer Hughes Mary Elizabeth Hurlhut Eugenia C. Jackson ( ' harles Edward Joralemon Dora Rice Karotkin Henry 11. Kenney Lauiette M. La I’orte Dorothy E. Leith Mary Lucy McAulilfe Mary E. Merritt ( ' harlotte B. iMeserve Feioll ( ' laire Moore Elizabeth Mu cken fuss Ruth (Jiapman Seaman Meade Sea well Catherine Sharpe Dorothy N ' irgiida Sleeiier Ellen Mary Stapleton Dorothy Nan Tanke Eugenia Cordon Tei williger Ruth Carlott.a ' ining Mary Frances Walsh ( ' arlotta B. tVittemoiv T icc-Presidcui P cert ' tar ij TrraHurrr Inahn-H of Studcat VoanviJ ' rrsidriit, I’hei.ma Evans f ' or . s : 01,1 Him. a, Hi Silver Ahei.e I)o vi,in(; Ei tii I UNSM()I;e He X IIY K OE .M EK Helen Tinoeey ' ' eseey Batchelor Floirrr; Foi- .et-iiie-iH)t 41 FUKSILMAX CLASS F K E S I LM A N I ) L T S 1 ( ) X ( Ireetiiifis : ' e are the l ' " ' r( sliiiieii, Tlie fi-esliest freshmen That evei- hlesseil Emerson. And we eame in Septemher The Eigliteent.h 1 helieve, And we thongiit (We may as well admit iti We would take Boston By storm. Bnt somehow or other The town never Stirred I And we felt it would he Wronjf To deprive the world ( )f sneh talent as onrs ; So we second Beridiardts And Shakes[)eares And Shelleys Backed onr Car] et hags To show ' em a few Things ( intside the home Town. And here we are, Still Ereshnien And we wear ear-mntfs As hig as Any Senior. And we do the Emerson e.xercises To snt ourselves — Not Emerson, And we are still trying To find ont If the “Emerson Theory " Is a new Blay Or a Mctoi- record; And we found a hig man Whom the Seniors call “Trippy " And we wondered In awe I low they dai-ed to do it. Bnt it .sounded so good We soon learned how To whisper it too, Bi ivately — understand. Also, we learned ,Much to our soirow To rhyme evolution With revolution When we failed to commit ( )ur stin-ing lines For a certain memher Of the faculty. And we found out too That cuts are cuts And they can cut tierce. For Emei-son, dear Header, Is not the Home town “High " And where we weie Brivileged Because of our genius. Heie we get restricted Because we are so free with it. And whei ' e some of us study Most of us don ' t For we have discovered That Many are called But Few aie chosen And we ])iefer to join The multitude, Foi- why he ohstinate And insist on taking ( ' oveted laurels Of (dher [)eople Who need them more — ? So we never hoast — ( )r hegrudge the Seni(»i ' s Their sheei ish Shee])skins, But we just look Wise ( As |»ossihle — understand ) Foi‘ the Faculty adore us. 43 Tlu“ luivc luiil to admit ' I ' licv have yiM l)i‘( ii On snvnfal occasions HIcssed witin We are the Wliicli we all knew Hh ' ST ( ' LASS Six months ajj,o. Of darlinji Freshmen We thank yon. — iu. ( ' E Feck MFMHIOKS Lncile Arnold Esther ] el oi Harrett ( ' . Wesley Hatchehlei’ I ' lorence Signor Hates Katliryn Hhime lary Saj e Hrinkmann Veronica E. Bnrns Leoni- Hnssart Arline Helen Hnssell Oenevieve ( ' lark N ' esta L. (Jlark Marion Iv ( ' ohh A ' ora Annies ( ' onnors Mary Lonise ( ' ooper (Irace Edith ( ' nmmings .Mary Daid ' oith Addie Mooi ' e Davidson Madge V. Dehendorfer Margaret Stella Dow Theresa M. Dow Adele Neill Dowling Maiw Shejijiard Dowling Anm Mae Dnnkel Knth Dunsmore Thelma M( rle Evans Oladys A. Fernandez Mildred Emma l‘ ' oirester Edith Ilovey (iwinn Altie Imogene Hamilton Saia Elizabeth Harrington Elsie Eaton Hazel May Ilnghes Kathryn Dane .Inrgenson Kathryn Marie Kelchner Mildred Martha Kindley Doiothy Amelia Lancaster Edith Isabel Leger Olive Lyons Margaiet Keid MacLareii Marguerite A. Marston Kita Marie Nason Ktissell Kendall Noyes Alice Sophia Oheriloif Oracia Feck Hai-riet Feiser Oladys Mar joi ie Fit held Alletta Kathryn Flaidc Amy .Marie Flastridge Doris E. Raymond Heniy Oeorge Roeiner .Vnielia Felicia Santos Winifred ( ' handler Shedd Sadie Simons Sadye Stdovich . nahel Stitli FMiila Emily Stront Doi ' othy Dodge Tayloi- .Mice Lonis«‘ Tharin Helen Millicent Tingley Hazel ( ' . Treadwell (Jreta Kathryn Tnfts iii N( ss 44 STIDKN ' r ( ' (irXCIT. TUK STUDENTS ' ASS( )( ' I ATION In A])i ' il, HMtS, a StudeiiTs ' Association was oi-jianized liy tlic incnibors of Enunson ( ' olleji ' c for the [)i-oniot ion of a closer relationslup between the student laxly as a whole, and to further the interests of the (’olle e. Besides the nsnal President, dce-President and Secret, ai-y-Ti-easnrer, the Association is officered by an Advisory Board, known as the Student ( ' onncil. This (’(»nncil consists of the three officers of the Association as officers ex-officio, and twelve other ineinhers, three fioni tnudi class. There was foianerly an Endowment (’oininitfee made up of two members from each class, and we have no donbt patient and tireless work was ]iractise l by this ( ' ommittee. However, the frnition depended not npon the conscieii- tions efforts of a few. but njion the cooperati(»n betwen the alnmni and stitdent body. The determined spirit of Emersonians made it possible to organize a definite movemetif that Emerson might realize her dreams, to live, enlarge, and improve through an Endowment Ennd. We rejoice to announce that in -May, 1!»20. a motion was carried through the Students ' Association whereby each Senior taking a position through the cotiiTesy of the Eollege, hitherto purely fiee gratis, should during the year retitrn five ] er cent of his first year ' s salary to the Endowment Eund, since the College refused to accept any material aid except in that way. The students. Eaculty and several Alumni inend)ers, who ha]ii)ened to be ])resent. were exceedingly pleased at this action, and we believe a s)d)stantial Endowment is well under way. The tisual si)riug and fall meetings of IfiiM) were held, with a resolve to do everything possible in the students ' ])ower for the upholding of Emerson ' s principles, and the heightening of the great friendship existing between the students and the faculty. The subject of discipline was seriously discussed. Although the war is theoretically over we still have calls foi- the relief of great sutfeidng from different parts of the woidd, which we cannot afford to overlook. Emerson ' s shaie toward the Hoover Belief Eund for the starving childien of Europe was .j .b.bO.OO. We wish to express our sincere thanks to Erancis ilcf ' abe for his gieat help and enthusiasm during this drive. As the Year Book goes to press earlier than ttsual this year there is very little news of IbiM. We can safely say that Dean Boss ' birthday, April f. ' l, will be a gala occasion. Cireeting to the Students ' ( ' onncil of 1 !)‘ M -1 bL’L ' I Best wishes and Pros- perity to whatever they may undertake in the name of the Stitdents ' Associa- tion of Emerson (A)llege. — KATHBYN CAPBON. ' iM 47 i;mi:uso. ciiuistian ass( m m atiua ‘rrsidcllf ] ' ic( ' rrcsi(lrn t Krcntd ri ' I’misKrcr OFI- K’l ' :i{S N’loxrs ( ' . ()ciiKE i A’XK ' E ' |. IX(; I ' vDiTii Shaw Mary Laxh ( ' AlilNIOT MFMIU KS Wai Sh: 10 M ZAKET 1 1 Stew A rt Ki th liAEi. Ki th ( ' lemexts Licii.e Pa(;e Teaih, Si’AitEixc; (’assie Hexti.y DoIHS I’EAIS ' 1 ' EIi lOi.ixou Flower 48 EMERSON (MIR I ST I AN ASS()(MATT()N Willi ii new name, new ealiinet and a new speaker, the ( ' hristian Associa- tion started the year with a determination to win. We held a “Hello” pai ' ty at 401 Beacon Street, through the courtesy of Mrs. Xntman, which practically all of the student body attended. Everyone dejiarted with a hajipy feeling around their hearts. At riiristmas time a Tatty Bull was held at 2S1 Xewhnry, for both oni- girls and (’onservatory students, (lames were ]dayed and stories told before the tire aided in the enjoyment of a pleasant evening. The (’ahinet has worked nnnsnally well togethei- this v(‘ar. Membership has been increased, committees sti-eiigthened and as we feel that the associa- tion is now tirmly established we have made an apjilication for affiliation. Among the speakei ' s who have given the student body such interesting lectures are: Hr. Arhnckle; Hr. Henry Crane; Hr. Yonan of Armenia; Mrs. Francis Jf. Sayre; ilr. Fetter, student jiastor; and the Keverend Sidney Lovett of Mount Vernon ( ' hnrch. The a.ssociation is greatly indebted to these ])( ople for their valuable time and seivices. The Social Service Committei with Doris Plaisted as chairman has been most active. Headers have been sent to all the different settlement houses. Sailors ' Homes and V. W. ( ' . A. recreational centers. Lectures have been given on stage-craft and personality, and Dramatic classes have been formed. The ( ' ahinet engineered a ilrive for the Hoover Fund raising S.“ 0(). Tlie meetings held during chapel hour have been most successful and the Cabinet is looking forward to another happy year with a larger and tinei- a.ssociatioTi. — W:, rs ( )( ' HEE. 49 HKKAT1 (i DKIiATIXd ( ' LUIi nistoT’v of IKiIO lM As this report of tlie dehating chih acfiviti( s goes t;o ])ress we have several events planned that will he “p " f dni-ing the next three nionllis, lareln April and May. What lias already been aeeonijilished by the ( ' Inb this yeai- we feel has been quite worth while in (piality if not in (piantity. Early in the season the Jtoston V. M. ( A. ( ' ongi-ess, the organization that defeated ns last year, challenged the l eba1ing ( " Inb to meet in mortal combat at an early date. Therefore in October we had a try-ont to determine the team with the following result: First Team: Eunice Vining, Elvira Dean, Orace Sickles. Second Team: ..Mae Bakei-, Elaine Fisher, Katlierine Smith. Those who kindly acted as judges in the try-ont were: Mrs. Micks. Mrs. M ' illard, Miss Penick and Miss Imcy Knowles. And so the team was organized and the eventfnl night came — Decembei- ninth — when the V. M. ( ' . A. Oongress met the E. ( ' . O. debating team in Itates Hall, til’d IHintington Avenue. The subject — Hesolved: " That the present jury system as exercised in E. S. is nnjnst. ' ” Onr girls upheld the affirmative while the negative argument was |ire- sented by William Dempsey, S. Kosen, Mr. Hlnmberg, all of ( ' ongress V. M. (’. A. The E. (A O. alternates were Katherine Smith, Helen Mad and Elaine E, ' slier. it is not enongh to say that E. ( ' . ). came off with colors tlying, winning in argument and ])resentation- -for the girls held their gi’onnd brilliantly and convincingly and were i»roof against tbe bombs of mascnline experience and wit. Tbe judges were Carl Schetfel, Nathan K. Wood, President of Cordon Bible School, and iMr. Howaid, Esq., a lawyer. Emerson College was well represented and gave songs and yells at odd and even Intervals, ( ' ongress was akso well sn]i])orte l by ( ' omrades who encouraged with ringing cheers. Dean Boss was called njioii t(» speak to the audience and resjmmled with his usual hap] y manner. l ean also expressed gi ' eat satisfaction in ( ' Impel at the display of poise, level headedness, and persistency on the part of the gii’ls. He commented on their distinct s])eech, radiation and s]dendid choice of words. When we know that the young men worked with sei’ions elltn’t, a remark- able ti’ibnte was jiaid by one of the young men when he suggested giving his time to one of his fair opjionents. M ' e have some s[)lendid new members and a St. Patrick Day party and recejition will be given them. Tho.se on the ( ' ommittee ai-e: Elvira Dean, Elaine Fisher and Alice Leimm. .Maich thirty-first has been given the ( ' Inb for their " stunt” in Assembly at the lecture hour. Those in charge are: Mae Baker, Imcile Page and Myra Beers. Theie will be a trial when the ( ' ollege Faculty re]»resented by Katherine Perry as Dean Boss will accuse " Misdemeanor Everystndent” of having lost the E. ( ' . (). Bepntation. Olivia Jbivett will be held as ( ' onnsel foi- the defense and Elsie Weil for the plaintiff. Everystndent will be representeil by Mildred 51 ();ik(‘s ;iii(l llu“ witnesses e;ille l are; Muriel l’liilli|)s. lOlaine Fislu r, Myra I’.eers, Miriam K»Miii toii, Olive Lal ' ' ever. Klst(‘lle l owlin. lOnnice ' il)in will act as jml.ue iiml a competeiil jnrv will consist of Mrs. Waterhonse. Helen Kainsey. Clairi (inslnirst. Mahel (larrelt, IMittie Harris. IMejinor Williams, Keheeca lkel( r. Alic(‘ Lemon ami N ' enns ( )ehee. Lneile l’a ;( will act as ( ' onrt Stenoiifaplier. We await the (l(“cision with ”feal sns[)ense ami trust; the valuable E. ( ' . O. ass(M w ill Ih fonml and ri ' plaetMl. The new mendters of the OInb are: ()livia Piivett ' enns ( )che(‘ Alice Lemon t ' laiia tlnshnrst Rebecca lktd(‘r Estidle Dowlin Mitti(‘ Haiiis Lneile l a};e Myra Beers Helen Ramsey Mildred Oakes Miriam Kempton Elise Weil Eleanor Williams Mabel Oarrett THE EMERSON QUAIiTERLY The purpose and aim of the new Kinerson (Quarterly is to pi-odnce a more intensive insijiht init) the deepei- educational elements of life, and the pi-odnc- tion of classics and essays whiclr will reflect the works of j;reat men and scholai-s. While the majiazine is issued hut four times a yeai-, still it is hu ' ”( r and more extensive than ever before, thus j ivinj,f way to moie articles and analysis. Tin statf is made up of one i ' e|u-esentati ve fi-om each class who acts as an associate editor. The followiiifj have been chosen: (leraldine Met !anj han, ’21 ; Marion Bonyman, ’22; ' esta Nelson, ’2.” ; Addie Moore Davidscni, ' 24; fiene- vieve Addleman, ' 22, acts as an assistant business manaj;ei- to Mi-. Mc(’ahe. - .Mauv Winn. 53 i:i,i Ar.i ni i:li ieukix I ' i’AiM, sr i!i.ix(; ii I ' K ' i;i:s ( i ' cAXAi ' iAX ( ' Ll i; I ' r( siil( III 1 icr- ’l ' rsi lrii I Srcrcl 1 ri Tniisiinr iorii(“ iiii(“ I’.clii IOI(l(“i-l iii l ii wc ' ii 1 1 Holies I’cjiil S|);iiliiiji 54 ( ' ANADIAX i ' LVW (Mu- mnnliei- is lint siiiall it’s tnu . ' Tis v( iy litth ' tlral v(‘ do; r ut we tliaiik you ffoin out- very heart. For tlie hospitality you impart ' I ' o the jiirls from ( ' aiiada. We hope that in the years ahead, Otlieis will he here in our stead; And so mudi lietter than we ean do, Show onr gratitmle to you l• ' rom the jiirls from C’anada. Let Fmerson he outs too, ' e love to share it so with yon; Throuitlumt onr land her iiraist we ' ll sin;;;, Down through the a es there will rin t A song in Fanada. Fffik Hi MEVII’.ERS Eflie line Heth Flderkin Kirwen Hughes I’earl Sjiarling Mai gat et Iclntyri IMar joi ie IMtliidd 55 sorTiii:i;. cLri’. r reside u1 V ie -l‘ reside nt Trciisii nr l ( )fjrt( r OI ' FK’KKS Katiikkine Smith ( ilOUAl.DIXE lilEEEUS Lrciu: I’aee lOl.EANOU WlU.IA.MS ( ' (dors: nine and !ray Florrer: .Ma ;iiolia IIONOKAKV MIOMHIOKS Harry Sr-ynioiir Ivoss Ih ' strM- Deacy l FACri PATF .los( pliiii(‘ l’( iiick 56 SOUTIIERX (l.ri Diiiin i 1h(‘ |)ast few ycii-s we have ol ' hMi heard |Ik‘ woi’d “( ' aiiKM-aderie.” This exj)ressioii einhodies Ihe s| ii it of the SontlH rii (Mid), whicli was orjiaiiized to foster jiood fellowship aiiioii the states south of the Mason I »ixoii line. MMie aim has always Ihm ' Ii to draw the “iris into a tdosiM- hond in order that they may better ac(|nire the Ixauitifnl spiiit that exemplifies the idt ' al of the (M)lle“e. This y( ar ihe Sontheni “iris have disi iii“nished thmnstdves in ( very ])hase of school woi-k. A corner in tin School Lihi-aiy has been taken in hand by the Southern (Mnb to ive the children of th(‘ North and West an oppor- tunity to lead and know soimdhinji of the folk-lori ' of the South. May the Sonthmai (Mnb of later years “carry on” the work alieady bejtnn and “ive ns the love and loyalty that endears with patriot. ic love every foot of onr soil and every State of onr rnion. hb.K. . oi: Wii.i.i. . is. .MhNMHlMfS Katherine Smith ( Jerald ine l i““(n-s Lncile Page Kleanoi- ttMllianis hdise Weil .Muriel IMiillips Mary Merritt Olivia Privett Mary Hriiikman ilar Lonise ( ' ooper Adilie Moore Davidson La ’enie Nelson Madge Debendarfer Mihlred Kindly Harriet Peiser Annalud Steth Alict MMiarin Irene Angel Knialia (Miristian Drane llornady (Maiie .Moore Klizab(‘t h M nckmifnss la‘sli(‘ Kobinson ( ' atherine Sharjie Manrim Pearce Pnth Wyatt EdytJi Hinds Lnleline lacKeckney Fay .McKennon . nna .Moores 57 I .MEXOKAIl SOCIETY The Meiiorali Society of hiinersoii Collejie was ce-or aiiized for the year 1!)21. The aims of the Society is to i)romul iate the study and advancement of .Jewish cult me and ideals. Tlie memliei-s ai-e full of entiuisiasm and vim and are ever leady to help all camses and ap]»eals. In tin i-ecent Hoover Idind Drive tlie Society realized .fl ' .d.OO l)y selliii " homemade sweets to the students who ]-esponded generously. ileetings are held on the second and fouidh Sundays of the month at the homes of the members who live in Boston. The business meeting is always followed by a discussion of .Jewish Current Ev(Uits and also a paper on some ]ihase of .Jewish life, drama, literal ijj-e, etc., presented by one of the mend)ers. Two short ])lays by .Jewish authors are in [)rej»aratiou, which will be presented March twenty-third, 1921, in Koxbury, for benefit of the 1‘lastern War Relief Fund. We gladly welcome any members of the faculty or student body who are interested in onr society. OFFICERS President Secretary Treasurer S.UJ.UI ( ' OPELAXU Ida .Mixevitch Mary Borax MEMBERS Rebecca Berkowitz Elise Weil Ruth Levin Doi-a Ivarotkiu Eslliei- Baniett I ' ludis .Jacobv.i Ilai riet Riser Eiieda Taiskin Ruth Movers Sadie Solovilch Edith Kraimu- i iii: Tiiio Till ' ] TKIO ' rii(‘ lOincrsdii ( ' ol ' I ' rio was (ir«iaiii ,(Ml in 1!)17. I)ni ' in ; tin tour v( ars of its i‘xist(Mic(‘ tin ' I’rio lias tilled many ( njia i(‘inents in and around Itoston, l)csi(l ‘s fnniisliiiifi the innsic f ' oi- the . lOniei ' son I ' aenlly. ' I ' lie nienilieis aie: Artist ( ' onrse i-ecitals iven by the Mai-y HoT-ax ' iolinist (llailys .lacohson riani.st ■M ildi-ed ( akt s - ' (Ullist GO I ETA PHI ETA Al.rilA (’IIAl ' TEK I ' HUidod at Emerson ( ' olle t of ( ratorv in l!(d(i ( nlors — Hose and Wldte ■Icircl — Pear Fluircr — La Era nee liose on oral ' } Edwai’d IMdlliits Hicks Ella 1. Stockdale Mary Elizahetli (Jatcludl Rev. Allan A. Stockdale E. (’liailton Piack Bertel Hidden .1 cm hers Aiiiies Knox Black Claude T. Eisher H(Mir v Lawrence Sotitliwick Wait(»r Bradh ' v Tri|)ii Elizalndh J. Barnes AVillar.l Associate M em hers iMande (latcliell Hicks (iertrnde Cliamherlain (tertrnde T. Met nesten Elvie Bunielt Willard Elsie IL Riddell Act ire Mem hers H)LM Katherine Smith 1-diza.heth Stewart Jeraldine Mc( langhan Lonise Ballon Elise Weil Ceneva Bush h’ ' rances Schulze lOlvira J ean Maiw Ijang Ethel Kelley Maigaiet Scheetz Mande Taylor IP.eanor Williams IMarjorie Jacques Rebecca Ikeler IMargnerite Hall Ruth Ball IMyrrl Rodney Rnth Bassette Charlotte ileserve Horolhy ( ' aswell Ei-ances Scott l ' ]dith ( ' anavan 63 I’ll I n CA.M.MA PHI MV (JAMMA ALPHA ( ' HAPTEK Founded Fehniaiy 1, H )21, at Einerson (’ollege of Oratory Color.s — Blue and Black Jcirel — Pearl Floirns — Sweetheart Koses and For ;et-nie-nots II on ora ry M f ni hcr.s Mrs. F. ( ' liarlton Black Dr. F. Charlton Black President H. L. Sontlnvick Walter Bradley Tripp Ahaamte Mcinhcn in Vrhc Miss Harriet Sleijiht Miss . thel Caine IMrs. Maud (L Kent l lrs. Robbins .Miss Lillian Hartij an Irs. . rthnr Scott Miss Maude Fiske Mi.ss Emily Brown Mrs. Kohei ' t Whitney Miss Beatrice Perry Miss Fva Churchill Mrs. F. Oilniore Shepher Mrs. Kaiidol])h Tncher Mrs. Harold Smith Mrs. Francis Boyd Miss (iladys Hunt Mrs. Keardon True IMiss Mary Winn .Mrs. •I. C. Beriy IMrs. dosepli Melick Miss Beatrice Coats Activr .1 c ahcr.s- 1921 Francis Collins Ruth Baird Kathryn Capron (Jassie Bentley ( I race Sickels . rdis Hackman IMiriain Keinptoin Helen Cad Estelle Howl in Jessie Sonthwick 1 922 1 torothy Richards Irene Thomas Bonnie Sowers Rowena Estes Lucille Hicks Ruth Hess 1923 Helen King Xadine (Tirrie Dorothy Leith Mary Merritt 65 i Ai-r. ;a. i ia chi KAIM’A GAMMA (III (JAMMA ( ' IIAI ' TKK ( ' liartei- (iraiited 1!)U2 dolors — (Ireeii and White Floircr — Lily of the Valley on ora ri .17 r in hers Mrs. ilenry Lawrence Sonthwick Mrs. William Howland Kenne i lrs. Harry Seyinoni- Koss .Miss Mar Mrs. Lilia ■garette Josephine Estelle Smith Penick Lncile Page Kffie line Arfire Members PIlM Mahel (larrett Marion Thomas Beth Kehhnn Venus Ochee Alice Lemon 1922 Elinor Elower Edith Shaw Eileen O ' Hiien Pearl ( nantrell Pearl (lomser (tene Terwilliger 1923 Vesta A elson Doi-is Plaisted Jennie Dimmick lAnily Seaher 67 rm AUMiA ' i’Ai- PHI ALPHA TAU ALPHA ( ' IIAI ' THK I ' ' (niii(l(‘(l al Eiiiersoii (’olle t »1 ' Oratory, H 01101(1) ' j! McDihrr 10. ( ' Iiarllon Hlack Act ire Me others lleiirv Lawrence Southwiek Walter Itradley Tripp Williani O. Ward Kohert Howes Kurnliani Franeis dosepli McCalte dosepli Edward Ooimor (’liarles Edward .loraleinon 09 First fotloir Xafurr, (utd i our judniHfiit frame III her just standard, trliicJi is still the same: t ’nerrinf Xatare, still dirineli hrifiht, Oh(‘ clear, a}ichan; ed , and anirersal lifilit, Lif force, and heaatji, mast to all impart. At once the source, and end, and test of art. -Pope 70 SEMoi: I -LAY KMEKSOX ( ' OLLElJE OF OKATOKV Twelfth Annual I’rodnction of Old Englisli ( ' onieilv The Senior ( ' lass of 1!)1M Presents " RALPH R()ISTP]R DOISTER” Ify Nicholas Edall Steinert Hall, Thnisday Evening, Deceinher Id, l!»2(l The -’c ' .vo ns of the Play PKOLOOI E RALPH ROISTER 1)01 STER .... MATHEW MERVOREEKE, his friend . . . . OAWYN ( tool )LE( ' KE, a London merchant, affianced to C ' onstonce ....... TRISTRAM TRESTY, his friend .... DOHINET DOIAJHTIE, servant to Roister - TOM TREPENIE, servant to (’nstance SYM SERESHY, .servant to (loodlucke HARPAX, servant to Roist r .... St ' RIYNER ........ .MESIEIAN DAME ( ' HRISTIAN EESTANEE, a wealthy widow ........ MAROERIE MEMBLEERT ' ST, her old nurse - TIBET TALKAPAf’E | AN NOT ALYFAEE f maids of ( ' ustance Eunice Viiiing ■ Ardis Hackman doseph Eonnor - Maude F. Taylor Margaret O. Scheetz - Ingehorg Fromen Ethel A. Kelley Mabel (iarrett Ruth I). Clements Harriet L. Mctdonville Eleanor Williams - Liicile Page ■ Mittie C. Harris Mihli-ed Oakes Frances Collins Scene: A street in London passing in front of the hotise of Dame ( ' ustance 73 Tin : VALTK OF TIIF ( ' 1 1 1 LI )KEN ' S TllFATKK ' I ' lic (l(‘ (‘l()]miciil of lli(‘ child of lo(l;iy is :i vital (jncstinn which is stir- |■olllldc(l hy the need ol ' caiadiil discriiuiiial ion, direction and s(d( ction. It is ind so ninch the child who has chan i ' d as the outside forces which Inna and are chanyinu him. 1 ' he ii-(‘at( ' si of tliese forces is the drama. TIk child-drama has advanced so rapidly that it is now leco nized us a. potent powm- iidinencinii ' the child ' s thon ihts, fe(diii”s and (‘motions. rri ' sident lOnieritns Charles Idiot of Harvard in spi ' akinji of the dramatic instinct, prophetically said: " ll(‘re is this tri ' im ' iidons power ovei- oni- children . . . that on ht to he nt.ilized for their ydod. It is true that tin di-amatic inst.inct is v( ry ji(“m ral. So I say that this |(ower ... is one that on lit to he in at least every school in this conntry. and moi-(‘over. I heli(‘V(‘ that it is ;.t(»inj; to lie.” It is ( ' ry ohvions that not only th(‘ schools, hut tin commnnity houses, and tin sta i am fnltillintt tln s( words. ' rin s( homes ari j ivinj; rent to that p( nr-np woidd of thonithts and emotions and allowinjt actual r( s]ionses which ai-( natural. In tliis way, the dramatic instinct, which has heen dormant for a lontt time, is i( er( at( d at an ( arly a v and hrancln s out into chanin ls which op( n m w worlds. Tin child must In din ct( d and nid( d aloii” the natnral lim s of lif( . In tln s( W( lind that tin horizons of tlionuht must he wid( ned and tin ima;iination 1ilh d with the i( al Imman conc( ption of life. What a woidd of ”(iod could In attaiin d if tin jiractical ]ihas( s of life, the everyday ha|i]n nin s, tin material m ( ds of livinji W( k dramatized. Walt Whitman said. “To haw jir( at ]nn ts w( must, liavi ”i ' ( at andi( nces.” What w( pn s( nt as snhj( ct-matt( r for tin cliihli-en of today to study will he tin drama of tin fiitim ln cans( tln y will d( niand it. It is an ahsointe fact that a ( hild andi( nc( w ill liw in whatev( r atmosphen is cn at( d for him and tin lov( of tin drama is so w( ll ( st aid isln d in tin ln art of the (diild that it is not lost as years »o on. It is a human instinct to i-( act dramatically and that is tin V( ry K ason for careful discriminatdon in tin (dioic( of material pr( s( nt( d to a child. If tin type play — his jday — is not availahle, he will to tin niovi( s. “l nt of tin ln iita ( of (diildlnnnl In r( eeiv( s nothinji.” Ills mind is distort d and his thon ;hts an strn”i 4 linji foi ' a r( adjnst nn nt accordinji’ to his interpr( tat ion. Ah all know that tin (diild is t;r( ally all ' ( ct( d hy what he s( ( s and many a calamity has trac( d its soiirc( to tin movi( .s. Fortunately it is tnn that tin child |(l■( f( rs tin best in drama that can In iv( n to him. d ' hat is why tin ( ' hildr( n ' s ' rin atr( of ldnn rson Colh j;( has striv( n to fnitill t In e p( ctal ions of tin child and to constantly instinct him in ( v( ry way while (‘iitertaininj: him. ' I ' hron di tin nn dinni of story t( llin”, t.ln child ' s nn nlal pictnr( s an st r( n t ln n( d and d( ( lo|»( d so that his thoii ' ihts an hrimfni of heroic and wond( rfnl (diaract( rs. In contrast to this, tin nnrs( ry son m iv( rent to tin pi-id( and Joy wdii(di is s( ns( d in actually siniiin; ' . In conn( clion with this, the ( planation of aiions (tperas, which haw h( en |day( d hy tin ondiestra, ha ( hronold tin (ddid into a world which was ( ntir( ly unknown to him. d ' ln story l( llinji, the siiii inj;. and tin or(dn slral playinji ' aia inl( rlnd( s whi(di attract tin mind of tin child until tin next act is to In pr( sent( d. In all tin plays of this ( ar, W( ha ( att( nipl( d and stii ( n foi a d( linite h sson for tin child. Sinc( tln r( has h( ( n no rep( tition of any iday this year, tin 74 cliild lias s( eii jilays of every type such as historical, faii-y, national, operettas and jiantoniiines. Not only has the child enJoyiMl Iheni, hnt the ro vn np has been a constant patron. So innch so that th( re ai ' e ahont seveiity-tive women, lironiinent in I’oston and stdnii-hs who willinjtly responded as patronesses of the Theatre. The home of the Theatre could not he hettei- located than in the heart of Eniei ' son ( ' olle e atid with such an atniosphei ' e and being such a jiowerfni force with a very bright ftitnre, we trust that it will live to seive for many years the child and the commnnity. — :U ai;v Wi.n.n. .sXIt ' KlOHTV NICK 75 AVI. I I’lii lu (laimua Sorority I’losoiits -MAllY (lOES FIRST” Hy Henry Artlmr Jones l)ir(‘eteJ by Walter l ia(ll( v Trij)p Wliitney Ilalb March 1, Ittl’l ( ' ast of (lumtctr) ' SIR THOMAS HODSWOKTH . . . - - KKJIAHI) WHIOHHUJ) FELIX CALF IX .AIK. TAH.MAX DR. ( ' HESHER HARAH ' jY RETTS, (Jnnior Whip of the Wliiit. Rartyl - I ' OLLARI) DAK IX LADY HODSWOKTH ELLA SOLTHAYOOD AIRS. TADAIAX AIARY (AIRS.) WHK ' HIOLLO Aliriain Kenipton Ruth Haird Ardis HacUinan hbances ( ' ollins Lncile Hicks Irene Tlionias Dorothy Leith Xadine (hirii(“ Kathryn ( ' a])ron Rowena lOstis (’assie Henth y Alary Winn 77 lo.MiOKsitx ( ' (»Lu;(;i ' : oi ' ouA ' rom ' ' Pile .liinior ( ' lass of I ' JlIl.’ ricsriits r llclli K( lilmn I’lacc : ( ' (iloii v (if l’hila(l(‘l])hia ( ' liaracicrs XATIIAM I:L nWKX - - . - -MAKTIIA. his vif( . . I ' A I ' I ' II. tlu“ii- (laii hlri- ... - IK XALI) .Mc( ' AKTV i :zi:kii:l iii irxsiiAW i)AXii-:i. iii:i;xsiiAW i’,i o ' i ' iii:i{ i;i{( vx ... wiKow wii i)i:i: . . ' rime: I SlM ri ' ail (Jdiiser l iilh Hall h’ay McKtMiimii IOil(“(“H () ' l .i ' i(‘ii ila(lys .lacolison Ham h ' sli ' s Klonda Lynn Ihinnin Sowers .irXiOK RF( ' ITAL ' I ' lin I ' sda V, M ai cli 1 1)1’ 1 ' Pile ) )dd ( ne l-Ulis rarkcr l{iiflrr ii,. nvs .)acoi;sox ' Pile P ' alcon Alh ' rd Lord l ' rn n jii oii Ai.ick I.emox Last Leaf O. Ilciirn Hi I ' ll Hai.i, Hnrc(daiii ’ii|is Jaiiirs H. (’ahrll In ■( ' I i.i.K Hicks And I 111 ()cean Lay Helwceii Hki ' ii Hionin x Orii iiKil 78 PLAYS PHODlA ' i:!) P.V THE DKAMATK ' DEPAKT-MEXT HAXXELLE . . . . HIS WIFE ' S IirSHAXI) I M KK )TT ( ) F Til F M I XT TE - THE KOMAXEEKS - HOLLVTKEE I XX - DEATH AX I) THE FOOL THE AHHEV ' S XAI‘ LOXESO.ME LIKE - THE HOOK . - . . THE HOFK OLASS - A OAME OF rOMEDY - OLIVER TWIST -MAX OF DESTIXY - THE -MADOXXA HaiijiTiiiaii Heneveute Eiaiast Dowsoii - Kostrand Dickens Hotimaiistahl - De( ' o)icy Hai ' old Hi-if lionse Tcliekoff Yeats Slierwin Lawiaaice Cook Dickens Shaw lereditli .rrxioK A FAIR OF SIXES - - . . DAVID OARiriv XAXOE OLFIELD - . . . THE SCHOOL FOR SOAXDAL - THE RIVALS THE OLOD THE FLORIST SHOD - - . - .MICE AX I) MEX LADY FRSFLA THE HIRTHRIOHT . . . . KIXH REXE’S DAFOHTER FYOMALIAX AXD (lALATEA (IRIXOOIRE Edward Fe]de - T. W. Robertson Sheridan Sheiidan Lewis Reach Winifred Hawkridge - Madeleine Rvley Anthony Hope T. ’. Mni ray Hendi-ik Hertz W. S. (iilheit Arlhnr Shirley 79 FA(’rLTV RFC’ITALS rH( K : RAM M 10 (M’TOP.IOK -Jl ' ' Pin Rivals liicliani liriuslcji Xhrr ' uhni IIe.nky L.wvkkxck Sm tiiwick (X ' TC BIOR L’!» ) ' My Heart . . l (irfl( i Mainirrs Mak(;.vkkttk -Iosepiiink Renick XOVIOMHIOli : ' Pile T ' ( l (‘ I’oniid I onk and The . . ,1 . liarric A(;. es Knox Hi.ack XOVIOMHIOR IL Amlroeles ami tlu ' Lion (1. firniard Sliair Walter 1 i:aih,ev Tuire XOVIOMHIOR 1!) ' Pile Mereliaiit of ' eiiice Williani Sliahrspcarr • Iessie IOldriikje Socthwick XOVIOMHIOR L ' C, Major Harliara (1. Hcrnard Sfiair Maliie O, ai-chem, Hicks so SENIOR RE( ' ITALS 1. The Sei-vaiil in the Mouse .... (harirx Rand Krinirdij X(‘ttina Stroliach 1 !. The First ( ' aller Lora Stoddard I ' ainni K ilhoii nie 1 1 1. The Far Tryst Olivia Pri ett (leiieriere Whiisatt IV. T•itily i a SjKH ' ch for Pet( r .... ( ' laii-e (!nslnn-st . . . . H( U V. The 1 )oll ' s Mouse . Ingehorg Froinen Ihsrn I. Thai 8oiuethiuji 1 leorge La Barr IF. IF. Woodhridge II. The Fsyehie lluueh Ida Minevitch l llis l arker liutlcr III. Evangel iue Evelvn h’. line Ifeiirii IF. Ijongfelloir IV. The Friueess and the ( ' rystal Pipe Katlierine Smith Heuhth l . ' (d iiisl)ee V. The Witching Monr Ruth lOstelle Dowling August IIS llnirurd I. Seven liles to Ai-den Rntli CleiiKMits I uih Sinrger II. ’ )p-o’-Me-Thninh . Frederick Cassie Bent lev Feiiu II ltd Riehurd l riee III. The Bishoi) ' s ( ' andlest ieks .... Charles l)( Le Fond Victor Hugo IV. East is West Sdtintel SliipiiKiH (Did . (dm Hj iiirii IMarv Jaing Daddy Long Legs . •lessie South wick ■feiiu Webster T. Disraeli Maiy Borax 1 , 0 u is X. 1 11 rker Tl. iMonsienr Heancaire Liicih Page liooth Turkiugtou III. Paolo and Francesca , Rose Oagliardi Htephcu I hilli )S IV. Behind the Beyond . Elise Weil Steidieu I,eiieock V. The Mas ineraders Elizabeth Stewart 81 Ileurji Arthur . ones ■Inlin I h ' i II I: H ' a I rr Alii aliaiii Lincoln. Acl I . In ScliccI , 1 1 1 eai- llnil ns. . el 1 1 i I ( I ' ca Id i lie .M H I a niilia n . . 1 . liiirrir 1 II. ' I’lie iMan. ' on Kalhi n ( ’a|icon Liiiljl drriinrii ] ' When 1 h(“ . nl hoc Lead at l!ii;i;esli ( ' eiilec lOtInd Kelley hutr Diillitlils Wii i iii ' Romeo and d n 1 iel . . el 1 . . ' . doseph ( ' onnoi- Sliiikisiii’iirr 1. The ' hinese Lanlecn i(Mie a 1 lush Lillirriiri llillisiiiilli II. Rillec Swee1 , -M i Id cei 1 ( a ki‘s i ' diiiiiv Hurst ! 1 1. Rosalie I ' l anees ( hdlins Mu.r Miiiinii 1 V. d aek. 1 he Rishei man Lola London Hliziilii III Sliiiirf I’lirliis 1. d ' lie ( iifi (d ' the . la " i .Mahid (laccell (). Ilriil t 1 !. d ' ln Si iai!iit;h‘ (d ' d( a n ’: ilj(‘an .... .Mae R.akec Viet nr II II fin 1 II. d ' he h ' locisl Sho] Rnlh Rail ' d } ' iiiilrril II a III: rill fir I ' . Idilec .Madame (lililii lale-.iiioc Williams ’iirrsi mill Dnllfi lifiriir ' . The riod . .Mamie ' I’avloc Iji ' iris llriirli 1. ' Idle Lil 1 le ' reaehec id ' th le ( io ci noc Ihliriii Hiiliiiir Louise ILillon II. lie nml She. . el III . . . . h ' nrliil ( ' rolhirs h ' lizahel li I0hl(‘i-k in III. ILi|)|)iness ........ .f. Iliirllrii Miiiiiiri-s .Mni ' i(‘l l’liilli| s l ' . . |iiil L ' olh. As Lsinil ....... IJiliiii l ' rhrr Millie ILinis ' . ' I ' lic Ihissinji of I he Sli anji ‘i ' . Ilaii’iet , l e( ' on i I le ■Irrmiir A . Jcroiiii I)i:mol()I’IX(J oru collfjik rfsidfx(m :s l ' ’]K‘c1 i1 us lulls us “tliu (lay is liis who works iu it with suruiiity ami nimat aims. " Two years of sucec ' ssfully o) ei-at iiiif our cliaiii of colh ' jte i-(‘si(leuc(“s wo ihl seem to wari-aut our exclaimiu t, “The day is ours I” (!i-( at aims ami uushaUeii faith have iiuh ' ed eharaeteidzed (‘V(uw ste|( of the way. Tlie " serenity. " of which the laait, ] hi]oso])h(U ' writ( s, may lie o|k u to (|m‘s- tioii. Ve ar oldij ed to acUuowh d«t that we have not hc ' eu aide, always, to find that cent M- of the storm where, as llu " scientists affirm, a bird may i i‘st with uiirutHed featluu-s. In the ])ioiieer days of hous(- Imiitiiitt, dui-iu;i ' that hot sumimu- hefoi-e the o|)euiiijt of tin dormi- tories. not h ' ss than seventy houses were in- spected, many of them gom IIiimmi Ii two and three times. As one after the other faihal to stand tin tests necessary to determine wlndher or not the pro])erty would ])r(»ve feasahh foi- oni- purpose, " serenity” took to itself winys, and (h ' speration haunted real estate oftices, and stalked the streets of aristocratic old Ifack Itay, wearily hnt irimly continniii " ' to nionnt stone st(“])s, to discuss ventilation, in v(‘s1 iyat( hathin ' facilities, considei- snnny-cheei-fnlness of rooms, peel- into closets meant for hoots and honnets, and to visualize tin ]n-(»si»(M-l ive youthful tfronp who would later " tri]) the light fantastic " and e.xtend, to co-worker and stranger alike, the mirthful hospitality of the now silent and (h ' serttal, hnt one-time hi-illiant recejition room of one of the old families of lloston. These dignitied old walls have stitfened jierchance their conservative ' sjdnes and added a wriid-;le to their honorahle hrows as they have listened to the breezy shouts of " wild and woolly” Westerners; or have observed tin ' subtleties of winsome Southerners; or have snilfi ' d with disdain, even, at the forbidden midnight feasts, recalling catc ' iers and lackii ' s of days gone by. Oh yes, such things were bonnd to be, forbidden fruits were ever sweetest. Hnt to go on with the story — ]»iom ' er work is. in itself, a great exjterience. It is tilled with bright- est hopes and bitterest disai)| oint inents. Wt ' re it not that the tears of the evening become the fresh dew of a new day’s endeavor, the work conid not have ])i-oceeded. .Vt last, after w( ' ( ' ks of seemingly futile effort, the first thi-ee of onr houses were found on ( ' oinmonwealth Avenue and Heacon Strei ' t. Th( n followed the jn-oblem of tinancing tln ' in. Matrons must be interviewed, and all of the expenses attend- ;iiU ii]MHi sneccsst ' iill V iiiii i n I a i ii i nii sucli lioiiu ' s. iimsl lie ca leu la I c(i and l•(‘(lu(•(‘(l lo a iiiiniimnii. An nii cuilnwaal cliaiii nt ' Iniiiscs imist, if possible, be made s(df support iiiu oi- it would become a burden lo the eolle”(‘ instead of llie blessiu of which we had dreauu ' d. In an uuderlakiu of this uiai;uilude the seltish individualist lias no place. ' I ' he (Uilire scheme must b(‘ (hwidoped in r(‘lalioii lo I Ik“ greatest ood for all. Co-operation must lake the place of tin l•ampanl individualism that still (londs tin vision of 1 he woidd. ( ' o operation atid indiv idualism have eveiy op]iortnnil to be exercised in the har- nionions running of these new homes, and we feel jnstitiablv proud of what has already been accom- plislu ' d. (Mir ■•nllimate imrpose. " which wa have approximated in onr “olivions int( nt.” is to estab- lish homes which oll ' er ( very crea t nre com fort , and also d(‘velop that close companionsliip which liecomes one of the happi( st memories id ' coIh e life. (tnr present plan combines student ”(iv( rnmenl willi niana,u “rial super- vision. ' I ' he executive heads id ' ( ach house aie i-epreseni( d liy a matron and a student house president . w ho woik in conjunction with the lironp of their own house students, w lio. in turn, aid as proctors. As w( ai( products of all onr yester-years, so onr tomorrows are largely deiiemh ' iil upon onr aspiialions of today. W( have liinh hopes for the tomor- rows (d‘ oni- dormitories. We loidv contid( ntly forw ard into tin not too distant future. wh( n we may add to onr chain a “St mh ' iit. ' s House , " wln r( thronjih co-o|M ra t i ( manai!,( ni( nt , slmh nts may livi as ch( a)dy as tln y can now liv( in an ( ndowed itist it nt ion like tin I ' ranklin Sipiare House . We antie-ipate tin lime w he n e ae-h Ininse may alVeuel its i;ne st -reiemi. ami it is md nni( asemal)h tei ilri ani of the elay w he n we may purchase onr eiwn bnihlin s. ' I ' he sinkinii fnml, wliie-h is be iiii; e slab- lish( d. will make this peissible . In eireh !- tei |•( ali .e einr “iife at aims, " we are ele pe nelin” n|iem l•e m we el. inte nsitie el. inreiwiniily sy 111 pa I he t ie . ami ( n I h nsiasi ie- e-o-o]ie rat ion of both slnih nl Jinel pare nl iiile ri ste el in onr e lforl to pro- vieli ie liiie el. ami e-are fnlly pridi e-te el home s for onr anil thi ir eirls. In onr e nle rprisi we are lionml to make mistake ' s, but llie y who ne vi r blnmle r se lilom ae-e-oniplish nine-h. Such a niove nie nl as the e stab- lishinii of e-olh j;e ilornii lories aihls Inst re to I he line name that l hne rson ( ' olle |L;e has alre aily won foi hi rsi lf einrinu m arly half a l■l nlllry in the si rvie e id ' lilt ini; vonn;; pi o|di for the se rions biisine ss ed ' life . M ri i; ( ! All ■ 1 1 i:u, Ilii ' Ks, ( ' hairnian of to. ( ' . ( b I Mirniitory ( ' onimit ti e 1 » 1 : 1 { 1 ' l-:( ' T ION 1 • A K( )X VS3I A I It was a imMiioialilc cliaiit‘1 iiKiniin ' i in the liisioi-y ol ' laiici’soii ( ' ollege, and llnisn in al Icndama w Imsc pi-cscncn was |■(■(|n(‘st(“(l w ill not soon l ' oi‘; ( t it. I ' roin lli(“ (‘i v iK ' inninn llicia were many ;nis| licions si»ns. d ' lmi ' c was Mr. .Met ' aim. a li ini; nmiimiKMit to Kipling’s ” L ' lOm di, " — not a sta-ond hcliind liino; a Imnclicon t smile il Inmimil i nii tin ' nsntil serenity of his eletir t ' e;itnr»‘s ;ind re t‘alin” the inttny |)lmses of his mti ini n inionsly alirnistie mitnre. As he heaiiK ' d on the friuhteiied oeen|»;ints of tin tirst fotir rows, fearful for their helated elassniii I es. his jicnerons heiirt nn ' Itt ' il in It ' inh ' r syni|ijithy and in that he;nt of hetirls he felt thiit the poets ;ire yfossly wron when tln y insist that the fiinlt is not in onr stars, hnl in onrselv( s, tlnit w a ;tre ninh ' rlin s. Then there was ;i retit npheavtil in th;tt w hole splendid stndetit hody. - a strantie, itnetiilhly t tisp. for there iti the fiont row, in fitll view of till, wiis a tetieher — iin I ' anerson ' ollej;( tt ' iieher! ( ' oitid it In ? We lookt ' d a ttiti ;ind r ;issnred ourselves. 1 ' ritly. the d;iy w;is destined to Ik ntiitptt . Lookitii; aroittnl yon. yott coitld just catch ;i lilitnpse of ;i (h lieat( ly titit( d ( ar ln r( ;ind tln r( , ( itj;er. ( . p( ctant. as oin who for tin tirst tinn h( hohls the li ht of d;iv aft( r lon ' dtirkness. whih dttitity ;tnkh s also as.s( rtt d t ln nis( l ves with almost itnmeas- itrahh atnlaeity. Now tln f( was a snhiime stillm ss; tln n the sw( et not( s of " )nward. ( ' hristian Sohli( rs " rose and fell (aft( r tin chornsi and d( ar old Evolutions I. II, III and n ' lent t.ln ir rhythmic aid. d ' In |ihysieal ( xi reises were never iK ' fore tak( n so p( rf( et ly, with siteh pr eision. d ' In r( aehin » x( reis( s were tiot otnitte ' d, as tin fe w Sitdownitis vietitns eottid we ll te stify; the latte r were vi ry se-are-i as was prov( ti hy the fact that " l’re xy” sat in sede tnti e otive rsa- tion with l)e an. his e ( m v( r once h avin;n ' that lK tn vole til fae e. I’erhaps if om dare ' ll say that the snhiimity of tin whole sc( m was tnarred iti the least, it was hy a e-e rtain ninch love d t( acln r whose ne e ktie eif a tiamhoyant line nii ht ha e he e n re idae e el hy erne eef softe r e ' olorin , se as met to ele trae-t fremi the eliiiiiity eef the alfair; ye t it was neit snflie-ie tit ly elise-eme e rtinji to me ' ntieni. or in the h ast re ]mlsi e to onr ae sthe tie se nse . I’ld ' ort titiate ly eni this e ve ntfttl ineirtiinj;’, the re we re only a fe w anen)nm ' e tne nts to he tnaih . lent with what ntnli iih il atte tition atnl in what snhilite il sih ne e we re the ' re e e i e el while tlie ilratnatie- inte tisity was he hl all threntnh the annonne ' e nn nt atnl eh laile el ele- se-riptioti of the .Innieir I’remi, till it reese ami re ae-ln el its e limax. w he n tee st re ' ti.nt he n what had |ire ioitsly he e n saiil e-ann the stirrini; worels eif M ' ln ' eiehn ' e Koose e lt I Ihtt now the e itrtain drieps. the play is ilotn . lOxit ae leirs; e xit anelie tn e I t hose wine ha e tmt ihitie set i . d ' he pia net st rike s nj). ami at the wore I ”Mare-h I " the re is a uraml ami entitle s|ee e taeh stie-h as .Me’t ' h ' llan wetithl ha e e n ie el atnl l.reewniti; wetithl ha e e n ht; ize el, fitr il is marehin like “etm whet ne e r tnrne il his hae-k. hnl niare ln il hre asl fetrwarel . . . he hl we fall let rise — ” I iil what is the use ? I ' etr w he n we ha e linishe il, tlntse w het we re |tre se nt will say. ' d ' is hnl a pitetr pie-Inre , fetr il was sieme lhin ; metre than all this. " This nine-h we will say wilhetnl fe ai- eef niisinle r|tri lat iitn : Il was a re prt se n- lalive lain rsieii ( ' eelle :e t ' liape ! nnerniiii;. - A. xa l)i . ki:i.. ' L’4. 8G Till : XKIIIT (MRI Slu‘ v:is a tall pah ' iirl w ho ni ' ow flo v( i ' s and lived in a dinjiv lillh cabin at tin forks of Ihe tnnijiike road with two old woinen wlio dipix ' d snnif ainl rninbl( d wln n tlie weatln r was wet. It was lliert by elianee tliat I i-an njMtn her, sinjiin in front d ' tin door as she |)r(‘ss( d tin warm eai ' tli aliont the i-ools of a potted fern. “• ’ho is llu ' re?” slie asked j;( ' ntly as I ronnd( d the eniv( and stop|)ed to make snr( of mv way. ”Voni- step is stranjie. We never heard it before. " “1 1 am a stran er and — ” “A sTran ( r? " slie bi-oke in. “And im a blind irl. Woidd yon liarm a body that can ' t, see wliere yon are ' . ' Thei-( ' s no one anywhere about here. " " 1-1 was lookiii " for ln l]), " I blnmh i-eil and backed a litih . " Welcome then, " and her voice was t( ndei . " Let me be yonr help. What ' s yonr tronble ' . ' ” • My lioise, " I ventnred, nervonsly sla])]iin,u my boot with the bi i end of my whi]), " fi ' ll at the foot of Tike ' s Hill yonder and h(‘r kiums aie ldee lin». I wanted a ra or sitmethinjj, to bind them with. " " We ' ll be back in a imnnent. " sin tossed at me and she i-an np the steps and away. 1 sla]i]ied my boot more nervonsly and jiaced to and fro till a soft voice at my elbow said smhlenly: " Will that do ' . ' " It was om of ln r old worn-ont |)etticoats evidently, and looked like the vt ry thin I ne( ded. I took it and modestly ottered to pay for it and her s( nic( s. " There is no charge, " sin saiil, and ili ew neaier. •‘Tut perhaps yon can hell) me. too. I know the world is big and bright and beantifni. M flowers tell me that. Vet 1 am a night girl. I ]v( rvthing is dark for nn . I m ver saw anything in my life. Tt ll me, please. h ar strang( r, about the color and the blight things; red, bine and green, all of them, yon know. Tell nn ; I ' vi wailed long to heai-. " 1 shifte l my weight to my other fool and slap|)ed my boot again. It had all been a common thing to me and I didn ' t know wimt to say. I ' oor girl I Aight always. Vet she saw inoi e (dearly tln n than 1 had ev( r se( n. She f( lt mor( t han I had ever f( lt. Sin liv( d more in a day than I had lived in all my life. And when I told all 1 knew how to tell about tin color( d world, sin smiled and whis])er( d softly: " 1 know, and lie ' s gi( at. With yon it ' s coloi-, with me it ' s lod. " That afternoon 1 wandered d( e]) into a wood( d r( cess and paused on tin bank of a stream, it was wonderful: Cod and His natni( . Tln ie I tiling wide the eye-gati of my soni and the beauty of tin world flood( d nn . dispelh d the fog of doubt, stiejit the dust of disln li( f. and I stood face to fac( with something grand. There w( re little bluets and purple vioh ts on the bank b( yond, whih in the marsh and stagnant slinn p( arl-whit( lily bnds were blowing. The yonng leaves were yet silky and the wild jasmine was in bloom. A glow str( tcln d across the W( sl as tin afteinoon sun sank out of sight, and big circles of gold mingh d with the blm . whih soft pink clouds with the scarlet like sky b( hind float( d lazily over tin d( ei) gr( en of tin distant piin s; color and b( anty eveiywheri . V( t I had nev( r s( en it befoia . The night gii-1 felt Cod Himself and understood. Through rhythmic .sounds she knew the land was broad and busy, that tln i( wen nn n mighty and nn n weak, that then was war and laughter. Heaven was hers and hers to giv( to others, though for her the door of ision was strongly liaried and tin woi ld as black as tin midnight sky. 87 .Mi;. nK Sk. .wi;i.l. A .MOKNIXC VISIT lldw do you do. Mis. 1 ’ol I i tor ? ( ' oim ri lil in doii ' l stoji 1o knock. No. 1 aiii ' l ;;iil :in c .ii in this house. My Innis nin ' l heen Inyin ' t ' er over two weeks. Xo, 1 i e iny lunis dry nnisli. .losiali seinns ter lliinl tliet ' s I he best I ' er ' em. Von (“t yores with hot water, yon say? How many hens liev yon .yid? An ' yon (‘1 ten i‘j;i;s a day? I dniiiio lint I ' ll ,i;iv(‘ niim w» t mash t ' er a while an ' s(‘(‘ et ' they won ' t lay. I’ore Mrs. (irant lav, lost her boss. I s ' pos( yon know. ' Ph(‘ only boss slu lied. too. An ' p( opl(‘ ' i-onnd tin iieiuhhorhood is heiiinnin ' tm- lose tJieir ])ij;s. One (d ' onr little pij;s lied a cold last wi ' ck- he ' s lad ter now Init I didti ' t know hnt what it witz inihmzy hreakiti ' oitt a in. Sit down awhile — yon aiti ' t 11 to i;o yit. Hid yon ln ar ahont Ahint Thillips? Hoii ' t breathe it beettz 1 aiti ' t s ' posed to tell. Carrie told tm this mornin ' an ' I told her it wonldn ' t ■i ' it tio t ' nrther. Wall, yon know .Mrs. IMiillips allns Inal a trial with tlud ,ual. Wall, th(‘ other tnornin ' slu didti ' t eoim downstairs, llm- mother wetit np atid fontid a tnde from Abbit sayiti ' that she ' d j;(»tie away with Zekitd, yon know , ( ' lem 1 ' rott ' s lioy. Folks do(‘s say as how he ' s bemi leadin ' a pretty wild life! She hez? Wall. I want to know! The jiarson ' s bemi trying ter it her to fer a loii ' i titne. Hnt I. I ' m- om . ain ' t in fa or id ' yottii” people what daiiei ' s an ' carries an as sin does, .jitiiii ' tin chnrch I ()h, I snjiposi yon heard that old Mrs. I’ettin il is dead? Ves, jiore thinn. she sntfer(‘(l tiirribh . Hnt I don ' t sni pose thm-e ' s many that will miss, or care wliet(‘ ' s sin none. I w tiz talkin ' to ' iny Trott this mornin ' lie ' s all ton out over that ; al o ' hisn. I think it ' s shaim ftil semliti ' her away to that femah colle ie wh( ii sh(‘ ' d ort( r In to hum k( e])iti ' honsi f( r ln r ohl fatln r. I told him so rij;ht out in so many words, but he allns b( ( n sorti r lotn som( s( nc( her ma lied. How ' s yer baby ittiii ' ahni with ln r t( ( thin ' ? I s ' pose she ' s an awful trial, but land I Wi mustn ' t coin|dain 1k ciiz it won ' t In lon afore tln y ' ll lx ;:row( d np an ' out shiftin ' f( r t ln‘irs( lves. Say, did yon notice Samathys ' hat last Sunday? Wall. ( f yon h( ar im ri ;ht thet hat cost not h ss than t( ii dol- lars, I s( eii om j( st liki it in a store winder a conph o ' yt ars a”o. Hnt theti, I s ' pose e f a widde r with five e-hihlre n thinks she e-ati atfeird a t n ehdiar hat, why. it ain ' t mnie e ' my bnsine ss. The t ' s erne thinji the t pe ei]de e-ati ' t lieilel a in me I alltis mitnl tny eiwn bnsine ss, an ' the t ' s mene — Willie , vein e-enne in he re out o ' the t mini I ' riii t be is allns inte r snthin ' . Von e ' ome in an ' s|ie ak to .Mrs. I’e ttife r. . e . take yore nindely fe e t out ' ii he ! ' laj). She eleie-sn ' t want to Inild a Id boy like yeni. He ebee ' s like te r lie ' seniie ' eme hohl hitn. ’e ll, e f yon tiinst ”ei but be sure an ' deni ' t me tition a weird abeiiit that Hhillips atfair. be-e-nz. yent se e . .Mrs. I hilli|is teild ' arrie ' s hnsbaml wliei, eif e ' enirse . tedel his wife an ' she told me this meirniti”, but know in ' , ei ' e ' enirse . t.he t it weinldii ' t jiit mi fnrthe ! ' ! . in ' t the re‘ iinthiii ' e hse yon waiite el be side s the e jis? Wall, e ' eniie eive r a iii w he n yeiii e-ati stop loii; e‘r. h no, yon aiti ' t bothi t ' e d me eim elite , (biod- bye . e eiiiie ei e r ajii ii ! hn.i.voK Fi.owkk. 88 iii :Airrs of lon e ' 1’ I M H : I I’aiiloiiiiim ) •lum Moiiiiiiji I’lack: lA)ve ' s Shop ( ' lIAIiACTKRS : Love h vTE Max Two ( ' ui ' ii)s 11k;ii Sciiooi. !irl Society (iiRi. Daxcint; 1ire Ideal (Iirl Ar i-ise of curtain Fate cuitcrs leading a man of about lliii-ty years into Love’s Slio]). The man comes in very reluctantly, as lie (loi ' s not believe in Love, ami has no desire to he force l into such a jilace. After entering, and Fate i-elimpiishes her hold on the man, he stands gazing about the entrancing little shop littered with hearts of vaiious sizes, some cracked, some damaged, some small, some huge and in fact, hearts of every kind. He finally speaks to Fate: Max: “To what a strange shoji you have hronght me. Fate.” Fate: “I only trust ' tis not too late.” Love i to Fate) : “.ludging from that pooi- man’s face Von have brought him to the ])ro])er ] lace.” Max ( ( n .s ' cd I : “So this is the end of all men’s woe. When love steps in then I must go. i Love is not meant for me, you know.” ( He tuni.s to (jo. i Love: “Oh, not so fast — Now jdease go slow.” Max {-slotrli) couihiff back aad .slinu nhuj slioaldcrs ) : “Well, Fate deciees, what do yon show?” Love: “Hearts cold and full of tire Or anything that yon desire.” Fate: “Please, Love, just show him three or four.” Love: “Oh, that I will, and many more.’’ ;Max: “Friends. 1 have ti-avelle l far and wide. From this to the other country side. Women of every kind I met. Hilt only to meet, and then forget. So if yon have Heart for me. Then liere’s a thousand for a fee.” i Hrhif itifi oat a check book.) Love: “Sit down, 1 pray. Oh, ( ' iijiids, come And bring the heart markeil Xnmher One.” itUipidK cater tnUifi ' uip Heart. They place it near at atid- dle and back of xtayc. Lor ‘ a-are.s iraad in front of Heart. Heart ojienn and a yoany H iyh School (lirl steps oat, eoni- iny doa ' H center of staye to front and faciny Man.) 89 Liivk .M w Lo K .M Li VK Man I ' atk Lovk Man I ' atk Man : " A uii ' lisli liciiil. it is (|uiU“ tine, I ’crliaps il is llic one I ' oi- voii.” " A (•lianiiiii” IknitT oI ' Iui|i]i v laii lilci-, lint I IVai- " lis not tlio one I’m alter. " ; ••I ' lii sure I liau anotlier tliat w ill do. (’n]dds, Iniii! oil Heart Marked Xniiihei- Two. " [Siiiitr del ion ns icith lltiirt iniihcr (hir. Soviet n (lirl steps out . I " So liei ' (‘ is a v Soei( t v. ' I ' liat kind will nevm- win mv lee. " : " (Hi, Mr. Man, life plays many ]iarts. And I still have some other hearts; And now another yon shall sec . ()h, ( ' lipids, hrinii Heart marked Xiinihm- Threi . " {Snine aetion ns iritli l((irts iniif)er (tne ninl Tiro. Dnneer steps out null (Iniiees n soto ilniiee before the ninii.) ( ilisipisti 1 1 ; " Sh(‘ ' s just a woman who can danei ' , Xo. Lo ’e, I’m not the man to take a ehanee. I liiiess that InNirts are the same all over. And I’m ordained to 1 k‘ a rover. " {lie stints to po, tint I ' nte stojis hini.) : " Xay, Man, yon’ri ' led hy I ' ate, ; And here yon’K }ioin,n to lind a mate.” " I’ray, sit down, then is om heart, inon , (Hi. (’ii]dds. hriii” Heart marked Xnmher I ' oiir. " {Snnii‘ netion ns iritli Ihnrts iiinhers One, I ' lro nnd Three. Iileilt dill steps out.] ( eiin fllseit I : ‘A ’hy, has an anjici conn down from above, ( )r lia (‘ I at last diseoven d lovi t III rises, steps toirnril the i irl, tnkes her into his nrnis.) : " . nd now I’ll my adieu. May health and hap])iness abiih with yon. " ( Tnte i oes out. I tieiiils i irl tmel: to front oj lleiirt) : " I lore, Lov( , is yonr fei , " I’is worth a million or more to me.” {lie hnnits eheek to Lore nnil steps hnek into the llenrt irith the pirt. The ( ' n pills sloirtp etose iloor of llenrt unit ns enrtnin fulls Lore tenrs the eheek up.) ;mi Lkauk rilE LOVER OE KILL( ' AIRXE (’AST OK ( ' lIARACTKRS 1 )AMEL McIaLLAXKY XoRAH I’ati I p:r Flax x?:ra’ SiiAwx I ilp:a’ Tin Villa ( Siiiitli A ( iirl of Tlie ' i llage Tlio Fai-isli I’liest - )f The li isli V(»lmitei- Aniiy SCEXE Tlie smithy of the h-isli village of Kih-ainie. At the t»aek, eeiiter. are large (loiihle doors wide enough to periidl the passage of a cart or team. To the left of the doors is the forge and -just helow it a large anvil. To the right of the doois is a “jaunting (’ai-” with one wheel removed and jacke l uj) l»y a ])ieee of old lumher. Helow this are several kegs containing horseshoes, calking iron, etc. On the keg nearest the foi-ge sits Father Flanery, the parish ludest. Daniel IMcFllaney, the smith, is working at the anvil, litting a tire to the wheel of the jaunting car. He hammers vigorously, a little too vigorously pei-ha[)s, and the ])riest watches him (piizzically. Fr. Fi,.v.xerv { S]ioutiii(i ihroiif h ou ' .sc ) : You never work so hai-d or hammer so loud as when I talk to you on the subject, Daniel McFllaiiey. Dax : What ' s that, you ' re saying. Father? Fr. Flaxerv {Loiulrr) : i say. you never hammer so loud as when I talk to yon on the snhject. Dax: What subject is it you mean? Fr. Flaxerv { ShoutiiKf ) : MatrimouA ' . Dax: Fh ? Fr. Flaxerv : Are you deaf, man? I said matrimony, iiiatriuioinj, MATHI- [Daii has stoijpcd ha anncr u() aad thr last " aiatri aioa t " riiif s oaf Instil ij). Dax: Sui-e, I can ' t hear that at all. Father. Fr. Flaxerv : Well, it ' s time you did, now. It is youi- duty. The idea of a tine, strap ping young fellow like you living uji tliei-e in your own place all alone, with nothing but a small dog, and a cow, and a Hock of geese . . . Dax: And a ])ig. and a cat, and a horse — Excuse me. Father, I thought you were the assessor ' . Fii. Flaxerv: He still, can ' t you? I say again, it ' s a ci-yiiig shame you to be thei-e alone whilst evei-y gii ' l in the village is just watching for- a chance to go up thei ' e and take cai-e of you. Dax: Now you ' ve said it. Father-. “Ever-y gir-1 in the village " — that ' s jrrst it — they are all so grarrd and lovable altogether-. IHrt if 1 wer-e to choose orre, how worth! I krtow brrt the next day wotthl bt-itig a greater- pt-ize itself? Fr. Ft.AXERV : Danny, Darrrry — I ' m afr-aid yorr have a dt-oj) of the Ttrt kish blood irr yott. Dax: Sttr-e, we all liavr that. Father-. I ' ll wager- that evert yorr yottrself . . . Fr. Ft.A.XERv : Whist — rrow — Danny — Yorr (-art ' f tttarr-y ever-y gir-1 in the village, matt. Dax: Ah, mar-r-iage is too great a r-isk entir-ely. Am I trot ha])] y so? MOXY. Coijyright 1921, Ijy Joseph E. Connor. . 11 rights reserved. U1 I ' l:. I ' l.ANKKv: Listen, now. 1 saw vou walkiii; lioiiu with .limiy Lo an al ' t(‘f the lliiili .Mass a ' Sunday. . li. tlnn-e ' s a line irl I ' uf a man liU(‘ yon. I A ; Slie ' s a li ii(‘ I in 1(‘ wonian. .) i nny. And the sweetest I it I h d iinples w hen slie smiles, ami the Hashing hlaek eyes w hen she ' s mad with yon ( )eh I ' I ' hey ' d di ive a man hat ty. I ' l;. I ' l AXKKV I I ' II t li ic t : She ' s a line itiil. Danny, a line wile sin ' !! make t ' oi- yon. I ' ll I ' ll jnsi inn np and sptaik to ln f t ' of yon. Dan I I O .S- 1 ; Hold on. hold on. ’athel•. Siife I have a tonem nf my own. Innen ' t I I ' l;. I ' l.ANKUv: N ' ell. why don ' t yon use it then? Dan: I will. I will ,ui e im lime. man. Now tlu fe ' s .Molly Kidlehef, too. She ' s a tim little woman. Do yon mind whim I canai ' d hm- ovm- the fiv( v the day al ' lef the hi tain ' . ' lief lillh ' hafe anus weie ' fonnd my neck ami ah the toneh of h(‘f was like the kiss of a faiiy I’.nt then thm-e ' s Kaly. and .Maiiyiif. and Dtdia ( (di — a dozen othm-s. I ' l:. I ' l.ANKitv : . nd Xofah. Danny — Xofah. D.w: . h yes — Xofah (He nsiiniis his inii ' l;. I• ' llthrl l- ' hi iivrii inilriirs him i iiit: icall I ) . Ft!. Ff. . i-:uv: Is it Xoiah. Danny ' . ' |).w ( U’o ' A ' .s- iiinii for ii iiiniiiriil Him hii s asiilr oo .s- 1 : I ' atiu ' f. this is tlie thifd t inn you ' ve asked me ahont Xoi ah and ! don ' t like it. Von know as W(dl as I and ( v(‘i y one (dse that Xofah ' s heafi wmit with yonnn ' Downey to the States. Fk. Fi.ankkv: . ndai-e yon the man to he standing aside fof tin likes of yonnj; I ow iiey ' ! Dan; Downey is a liood man. l ' ' ’alh(M-. and he loves Xofah well. Fit. Fi,. nki;v : lit ' has no fi hl to lov(‘ oiif Xofah. Dan: .Vnd Xofah loves him. Ft:. Fi.annkuv: Hah! How can she lo (‘ him ' . ' Hi is not of tin faith! Da.n: It is still the fact that she lo ' es him. W( ean ' t say how of why a woman Ioncs — wi can only say that she do( s. Ft!. Fi.. ni:i;v : Hnt she cannot imiffy him. I tell yon. I an: . ml why not ' . ' Ft:. Fi.a.ni:i: ' i : llaxcn ' t I he( n l( llinu yon? Dan: ' t ' on ' ve heeii talking;, yes. hnt — Fh. Fi.ankkv: Well, sin sha ' n ' t niaiiy him. 1 shall foihid it. Now list( n. hoy. w hy doii ' l, dii s|K ak to liei of yoiif lovi . . . Dan: h ' atln !! liiilrr niiih Fk. Fk.v.n kkv ; Whist hefi sin is. { mih niiis to fhiii shoiriiiif ii hlhr irhich she sliji.s iiihi her iiorhil nil srriiii; |■’(llhrl l- ' lii iirrji . .XoKAii: (lood inofiiinj;. Falliei . How d ' do. Danny. Fk. Fk.wnkkv : Wi wei-e just sp( akiii|H of yon. Xofah. D. .n ItiiiilciiHi im : W( fe lln f( many stalls at tin I ' aif. Xofah? .XoKAii: »h. a jifainl lot sine ( vefyoin in tin eoiinly was tln f( . ' Pin in w ' Hfilish ji( nei-al fioiii tin camp yoinh !- is eoniinji to s( ( tin plaei today. )hl 1 ’( " Sln l h y i I w as that t(dd nn . Hnt what is it yon w f( sayinn ahont nn . I ' atln ! ? 02 Fk. Flankuy: 1 was just asking l)aiiiiy wliy la dncsirt; marry ami - Dax { Drsiirratrlii) : Hail you a Icttur tor me, Xorali. in your ]»ock( t? XoKAii; Hi, iiol Not t ' oi you. iSlir motions Dan to l)c still). Fk. Fi.axkhy iKIcnilj ) : Is youi- from tin states, Xorali? XouAii ).i hashed): Yes. Fatliei-. Fk. Fi.. xkky : la t me see it. ftirl. iSorali hesitates. aii molioas her aot to shotr letter, h ' ather Flaaeri insists irilh e. tended hand. She (fires him letter). Wliat ' s all this? He wants you to jio to Ammica at one ' ? ( Read- in; ). “Tin ship leaees Thuisilay from (jueeustowii. 1 shall he waiting at the i)i(‘i‘ foi- you” — Why he — he wants you to leave us at once — Thurs- day — that’s tomon-ow — you wiuild have to leavi today — I ).vx I f or.s- a ) to do r and staiuLs lool:in( loirard rillaf e). 1 ’k. I’l.A.XKKY ( .S ' silent a moment, then (faiethf) : You shall not jto. I forbid you. X ' oKAiif .lolmuy will he waitiuji foi- me wlum the boat arrives at X( w York. I am jtoiiig, l-hithei ' . Fk. Fi.axkky : You will go — even though I forbid you? X ' oKAH : You have forbidden me many tiiu( s liefoi ' i ' this, Fathm-. bnt now I am going even if the Holy Father himsidf should foi-bid me. Fk. Fi.axeky : Danny. Danuvl Do you hmir what she ' s saying ? Dax {( ' ( mes d( irn). Yes, Fatlier. Fk. Flaxeky : ( ' an ' t you say something, man? (’an ' t you t(dl her what a little fool she is jilaying? Dax [Takes Xorah ' s shoaldeis): X’orah, my little playumte. do you love this man, I towney ? XoKAH : Yes, Danny. Dax: Are yon rirndy to sntfer all — saeritiee all — to go to him? XoKAii : Yes, I )anny. D.yx : The loss of your peoj)le ' s lov(‘ — the loss of youi ' home, of your ehui ' ch? X’oKAii : Yes. Danny. Dax: Then go to him, Xorah deai-. you can do nothing idse. Father, lher( ' s your answcM ' . 1 ' ’k. Flaxeky: If you do this thing against my will 1 shall e.xcommunieati ' you from Holy Mother (’hureh forevm- ! X’oKAii : Xo — no, Fatliei-, not that! Da.x: Father, you should have lived in the 17lh emitniy. You would have be(‘n a cardinal then. X oKAn : Sh-h-h, Danny — not yon too — not you. easy with your tongue. Dax: I will. Fatliei-, you oft have told me that true love comes from Hod Almighty Himself: that Hod sends His love to His ehildreu to maki thmn happy and eoiitented on this earth — is that not true? Fk. Fla.xeky : True lovi , yes, bnt thme can be no true love that is not smiled on by Hod ' s Holy Hlinreh. Da.v: . s to that 1 cannot say, being only a man, bnt I know this love of Xorah ' s and .lohnny ' s is as true as (wer Hod sent to any souls on earth — now then, ther( ' s something wrong with your logic. Father, for Hod would never have sent this love to these two children of His if H(‘ had intended that His ( ' hiircli should form a wall between them. 93 I ' k. I ' l.A nki:v ; l ;iiiii ! Von don ' l know w lnil von ' rn snvinii. 1 I ' oHiid yon to talk lik(“ llial. ( ' oiik ' . Xorali. to yom- lioino. 1 A : ’ait. Xoiali. " I’is niy turn to |)l•(‘a ll now, l ' ' ' athcr. I am lii li inanst in tliis tcinidc. Sunday conios yonr t.nni. As yon ha (‘ so oltcn said t ' voni yonr |nil|iit tliost w lio don ' t lil o niy scnnon may l(- a t‘. I ' l;. I ' i.am:i:y : ( ' oiimont of this, Xorali. I must talk to yon alone. I A : Xorali must ]iack her thiniis, h’atlim-. or sIm‘ ' II miss tin boat Tomoi-row . Xow if yon are h‘a in " ns. I ' d lik(‘ to on with my sm-nion. I ' l;. l• ' l.A. ■Kl; {(Iocs lo door iniils tor him lo Irarr): (Hi. haniiy. hanny ' Tis yon are jdayiii " the fool. {Iri-il). XoKAii [ V (■(■ jii iiji : (Ml. I)aniiy-. m I am I excommniiicatiMr. ' Ii.w {1‘nIx iirmx nhoiil hers : ( eh. mwer mind at all. lie doesn ' t mean tin halt’ he says. 1 (on ' t yon sii|)|iose t he " ood man aho (‘ has a sense cd’ hnnior ' . ' [Ill tdhrs h(ni(ll.-i rchicf from her pochod anil iriprs iir ii her fears). Von can " o to confession w hen yon " et to the States. I hear tin priests arc c iy lenient t here . ()cdi, now , don ' l he cryiii " all over my edd shirt so. i ' afer Shairii l{ilejp ha rrirdi p file stands in dooriraa a momriil Ihea ptrs doini riphl. makiiu a rrra ohrioas alfempi at not seeiap the taUtnia. orah sees him and iratehes him as thoaph an ' ed ; Dan iratehes orah. puzzled, hat does not see Rileif). I . n; Vhat the divil ails yon, wennan ' . ' ) l eleasis orah). X-oiiAii iMnrmars): llcdy .Mother! {She tiptoes to door — Dan iratehes her po — is ahoiif lo rail her hark -she pals fiaper to her lips, points to Dilei and runs oaf. Dan sees h’ilep. eonies to " a I ten I ion " harriedli and i ires format niilitarii salute). I) { A irkardip ) : He " yonr pardon, (’aidain. I didn’t see yon lirst olf. Hiu’v { l.aaphiap) : This is no time to he hrc ' -ikiii " hearts, man. 1 A. : Sure. I was mend i n’ her ' s, sir. Hii.kv : ' Tis a poor task for a smith, it is. We have sf.( rner work for von, lad, a I ( yon a 1 1 i-( ady ' ! I ). x : I am. sir. Hii.kv i h’apidli ) : d ' he Hrilish " c;ieial will he at the fair in a few niinntc ' s. e I jnsl " ot the si " iial that In has left the eani]i in a imdor. l’ri atc .Ma " ill is posted and i( ady. All is clear for him to he on the ship at (.(neenslown when she sails tomorrow. Ills escape is c( i-1ain hut if the r( prisals come as threatem d an yon ready to do the shai-c assi " m d von at on r me( ti ii " ' ! I AX : I am i ( ady, sir. Hii.kv: (lood. ■on an a hravc man. .M( l ' dlam y. { ' I ' akes Dan ' s hand). l Ax; I deem it a " rnal pri ile " e. sir. Hii.k ' : (ioodhye. I irnst wmr sacrilice may not he nec( ssa iw. I ) X : ( iood h ( . si r. Hii.k ' (.1 ihnir): (iood luck all( nd xon. {E.rit). I Dan (pies l i forpe, pir.es into lire). ' l e Ciller drali ( is ohrioas that slo has heen iralehiaif for IDh p’s di part a re . .Xoii.ui; |)id ( ' aplain Hiley scedd ' oii ahoiil me -ahont onr diir shirt, I (aiiiiy ' . ' I)a. ; Oil no, no. Xovaii lu‘ just canu in on a liil of Inisincss. ( r ( inn a hard lit tir lati( h I . XoKAii; Von ' i ' o won-iod, Dannv. Is it sonnM liinji onr lads liavo li(‘(‘n doinj; ? Are tliey — yon — ,u »in,n to do sonictliinin ' with danger in it? 1»A. : Danu ' er? Oh no — no — it ' s just a litth ' s( civt sonudhini; ' toi’ tin ood of Killcainio. Conu now, you havtui ' t told me about your h tt(U‘, ”irl. XoKAii [Takes letter from oeket. Sits oa ke(j) : Shall 1 read it to you? I A. (lieside her) : Yes, if you don ' t uiiiid. X ' oKAii: Mind you, l auny? X ' ever. I AX : That ' s i-ijiht. X ' oKAii { tteadiiif [ : ‘Aly deal ' sweetlnMrt Xorah . . Dan; Xo — no. You ' d Ixdter te im about it. X’oKAii: Oh, he ' s j ot the jirandest sueeess. He sent, me a ticket for tin shi]i and twenty pounds for things I ' ll need — 1 )ax : He must have a tine job I XouAii : dob iudeetll He has a fine jiosition — he ' s a liioh ofticial iii the City of X ' ew York. Hax: You don ' t tell me I X ' oKAH : Haven ' t 1 told you he went in politics? Xow all tin »r» at, rich people who ride in automobiles have to ilo just what my .lohnnv says for them to do. He says they sto] ' wav otf or come aruuniiiji at a wave id ' his baud. Hax: (Jlory he to (!od — what kind of a jilace is that? X’oKAH : His official name is here iu the letter. [She reads) Oh he ' s the traffic officer. Hax: Yell he ' s a jiraud man and he deserves his fortum — hut - he ' s taking you fi ' om us. X ' orah. ille (joes a p to door). You must love him indeed to f ive up all this— and jfo to him — We shall miss you, X ' orah — irl — I shall miss you — sad. X ' oRAii : AAdiy don ' t you jiick a nice irl and j et married, too, Danny? Hax: Yhat, you too? Out on yi . you siial] eeu. Father Flaiiery was just tryiii! ' to draji me u]i to the altar ami now you " et hehiud and push. X’oRAii [does a ) to him) : Hut you should have a swetdheart, Hauuy- -Souk one on whom you could pour all that gentle heart of yours — souk out to give you love and tenderness. Hax: I — I have, girl — Xorah: Oh — who is it, Hauny ' . ' — Tell me. please tell me. Hax [Tats arm attoat her and points to rillafp-) : d ' here she is, Xorah. Kill- caiine is my sw( e1heart. The village of my jieoph . To me tin heart of my country. 1 love every crooked street, and lane, every litth colle( n. eveiy old, old man and lady, every litth I’at.sy and diuny in it. Look tlK re, there at the fair — see them bickering and dickering for the means to keep body and soul together. X’oRAH : See — tliere ai-e the peelers. I’( rha))s th( re ' s trouble — Hax: Sure it wouldn ' t he lr( laud ami tlu re Ik no trouhh then . XioRAH : Oh. 1 rememher. The great British general is to he there today. That ' s why the peelers an then . But, Hauuy — [She drairs him doira eeater) is Killcaii ' ue your only sweetheart — tell me true, now? 95 I A. : 31 V only sweet lioni t . " I ' is she 1 lo e -tor lior 1 would l;iy down niy lil’(‘. Von w ill not I ' or td onr poor connlry. Xorali? Onr jxior coniitvy that no one niiilei stands noi- e er w ill as sIk‘ do(‘sn ' 1 nndt ' i stand herself ytni will reineinher Killcairne? XoKAii: Always. Danny, always — and the sniitliy too--and most of all — Dax: 3 ' es - v(‘s - snndy. Now yon must lio. Xorali. or you ' ll he late, tlo home and paeU yonr things and i;o to the ureat land of fri ' e iiuMi — and the land of yoni ' lo e !oodliye. my litth‘ |daymat(‘ {hr lakes her hands) yon will think id ' ns sometimes, won ' t yon? Xo. no — yon mustn ' t ery. yon must smi le -- 1 ha t ' s the way of yonr race — smile whmi yon think it ' s time for tears, ( ' ome now. let ' s si e yon smile Ah! ' I ' hat ' s rijiht. (ioodhye. Xorah dear. Keep idmir of Fathm- Flanery and let nom talk yon out id ' tiidiyu (Ioodhye. XoiiAii: (Ioodhye. Danny. {Ur re re.sr.s- her hands). (Ioodhye. {She fines In dnnr mines hark In him). Aren ' t yon lining to kiss me. Danny? Dax i I isses her i enfiji. She elini s In him snlihiiifi). Xo iio--jiiid, smiU ' — smile, lilth jdayniate. {Ilis rniee hreal ' s). Knn otV now. to yoni- lover- - (Ioodhye. {Sh ‘ fines nnf). (Ioodhye — my deal- — ( h. my dear — {He ffnes In dnnr and hades afler her — Ihen Inrns In rilhifie). ( )h- Fih( rtyl Von ask too rixit a ]»ric( I {( ' nmes dnirn eenler). 1 shall pay gladly — hnt. oh. X’oiah. Xoi-ahl i e sils nn leefi. his head hnired in his hands. .4 sh d is heard in Ihe d isla nee , Ihen shnnlhifi and srrea m i n fi nf men and inmien. I hin lines nnf hear I . Unler I ' alhi r Ulaner i, fireallii e.reiled Ft!. Fi.axki: ' i ; ( h. Danny! Danny! {Shakes him hfi shnn Ider ) . I AX : 4’hat is it. Father? Fk. Fi.a.xkiiv ; Some of onr lads liax’e shot the llritish incm ral — Dax {(Iniellfi) : Did they cateli the man? Fi;. Fi.a.xkkv; Xo. lie liot away in Ihe excitement. ' Phe soldiers are sixtrch- iii” ' e my house foi- liiin and if he is md found or doi ' sn ' t ;ive himself np hy sundown they are .yoiny to hnrn the village. D. x: Xo no. surely they wimhln ' t do that they conidn ' t with all Ihe (dd peoph ' and all Ihe pool- oia :;. I ' ll. Fi axkkv; I lieard thi colomd himsidf jiive Ihe ordm-. If llii ' man is not found hy sundown not a honsi will he hd ' t standing hy niornini;. 1 must Jill and warn the pi ' ojde foi- Ihe fidlow will never turn himsidf in to he sled -it isn ' t in nature — {He harries ainiji). D.v.x I hh mures iijirnn, hanles Ihe fnrfie fire earefnllfi. He lakes a linllle nf milk frnm his Inneh haskel and mars il inin a linirl irhieh he jdaees nn Ihe firnnnti nnlsiih Ihe dnnr. He Innks ahnni a n.rinasi ji — rallinfi — I ( ' ome kit t ie. k it t ie- where are yon. Xip|i ? { II e sla nils Innkhifi Inirard rilhifie). ( h. my Killcairne the village of my people the heart of my connlry — yon are my sweetheart — for yon I would lav down my life. {He fines mil. rinses Ihe hifi dnnrs behind him, learimi Ihe smilhfi in drear if silenee as rilK Cl Il ' I ' .MX l AU.S lOLrMOSYXARY ( ' OXgUEKS THE WORLD I N(»useiis( Tale i ( )iice upon a lime, just o (U- tlie horderlaml of tlie eouiitiy ol ' 1 iu|irol»al)i lia there lived a littl ‘ hoy wliose name was hdumosyuary. Xow little Klumosyuary had a ])oudiferous desire to cou(|uer the world. He askeil his " Taudfather. Stupeiidio 1 iitelleetus wheie he should o to j et souk ' oik to ludp him. N()W Jramifather Stu]i( mlio 1 iitelleetus scratched his omiiifactful head, ami stroki ' d his extremodecemlum hear l. ami told him to ” ) to the li(|uidate l jialact of riaudius ( ' rah ami ask him the most exjieditioiis way to ])(M-amhulate ; and then to circumuaviiiate to the summer home of Aucestro Hariy Ajie ami ask him the most |)fopitious way to promuliiate ; ami then to take a perpendicular, spectactilar road to the casth of the IIohldeA ' ohhle(iohhle Armadillo and ask him the most psyidiohtgical way to prognosticate; and that when lu had learned how to iieramhulate he would he aide to compter tin woidd. Xow. Little Elumosyiiary walked around :ind ahout and ;tmou ami between until he came to the litpiichited palact of ( ' landins (’rah; X ow (’landins (’r:ih was diniii ' i on seti-jiiill ton”ues. beetle brows, ami imprejiiuihle facts, iind accordin ' to his custom he Wiis ;i little hackwttrd about comiuj;- forward. Little Elumosymiry bowed low ;iud sjtid ; “Oh. wise ;uid rmiowmal Mr. riaudius (’rah. jtlease tell me the most exptalitious w;iy to |ieramhulat so tlmt 1 can compter the world.” And old (’lattditts (’rah said; " That is ;t gt( at secret, cotiie closer so th:tt I cati whisiier it to yoit.” And whett Eltttiiosy- itary fi ' ot ri ht (dose to hitti he stiid ; " Yottr Tttndfather Stup endio Itttelh ' cttts has left yott too huge a h ' jiacy for you to per;ttnlutlate exjxalit iously.” Thett he f;ave a tpiitdv snap with his tdttw-jaws atul olf ciitne both of little Eltitiiosy- ttary ' s lej s. jttsf as stuooth as jilass and it didtt’t hitrt Ititit :tt till, hecaitse (’lattditts (’rah h;td ht :tliit;i wax ;tt the root of his (daw-jaws. Old (’landins (’rah just stuck tin lej;s dejt dowtt itt the mud to ittttke foot hills for his kitt - doitt. and then he sto »d little Idlutuosymtry ttp ott his Ittittds and tttld hitii to sta how fttsf he could peratuhtthittx Atid Elitttiosymtty w(uit olf iit a wh( el of hattd- sjtt iti s and said it was th(‘ lutttdiest way that he had ( V(U- trtiveled hecttuse his ptalal extreitiiti(“s w( r(ui’t itt his wtiy. Hefore he coitld say " Sa(d at(dtewait” he was tdjiht itt frotit of the stttitttier liotite of Attcestro Hitrry Ajte. X ow, Attcestro Harry Ajte was httsy ttiarcelliitj; his hair with :itt Allijiator tooth cottih that had Ikhui dipped itt the ocettn wave. Elitniosyttttry said. " Oh. Atigitst Attcestro Htirty Ape. ]deae tell ttte the ttiost ]troidtious way to ])rotititl- gate so that 1 can cotapier the woidd. " Atid Attcestro Harry Apt placed his hand-itaw on little Eltttitosyttary’s head attd sttid, “Yottr tiiitid is too harided to ])roitttt Igate propitioitsly.” Thett he screweil his Itiittd p;iw tirottttd tittd ottt catne all of Eltttno.syitiiry ' s hair by the roots, httt the .ipidcot salve ott the hatid- ]iaw k( pt it frotti hitrtitig. and Attcestro Hat-rv Ajte just tosstal the hair tt] itito the ti( e atid made the hauging moss tluit you may still tind there in the trees around Anct ' stro Harry Ajte ' s snnimer home. Since Eluniosynary ' s mind was no longer harided and htirassed he jtromiil- gated so jn-opitionsly that he found himself at the end of the perpendicular, spectacular road and there stood the ( ' astle of the Hohhh - Yohhle-( fohhle .Vrniaililht. Xhtw the Hohhle-AYohhle-t lohhie Arniitdillo h;ts ;t netdv mtudi longer 07 limn ;i i;iiallV ' s and In as tryinn In nohlilo up sniin leaves rroiii a lall Halin- nt ' iiiltaiil lice. Lillie I ' liiiiinsynarv said. ‘‘Oli, Hnimrahle I Inlihle-WnhhU (!nlil)l(‘ Aniiadillo. id(“as( udl me how In prn”iinst ieaU“ |»syelinln,i;ieally sn liiat 1 can eniH|ii(‘i- ihe world.” And llie 1 InMde ' (d(lde Inhlde .Vnnadilln Innki ' d niit aernss llu snnthinji slimy sea I hat is jnsi in I ' rnnl nf his easlle and said, ‘•( ' Ias| me arniiml the lU ' ck and I w ill show ynii Imw.” and he wohlded his lumd nearly In I In iii ' nnnd. -I nsl as Idninnsynary i rahhed him arnnnd the m ek he jm-ked his head ii|) and said, “Ynn are ton heavily armed tn prn ;nnst ieati psyehniniiieally.” and ntV sna])|ted lOliiiiinsynarv ' s arms, lint it didn ' t hurt l)(‘eanse ynn rememher that there was halniol ' t Jilead nii Ihe I Inlilde-Wnhhh - l!nhld(‘ ' s neck. And the 1 lnl)lde• Ohlih ' -t inhhh Armadilln said, " Now that ynn are nn Iniiiicr handicapped ynn can |irn nnsl irate just as ]isyehnlnjiieally as ynn pleasi .” Tlnm lOInmnsynarv pmamlinlated and prnmiil aleil and prni;nnst icated that his naim was Inn lnn,u tor what little nt ' him was left. 1I( said that his name would he just l- el and tin minute he said it. he turned into an eid and s(piirni(‘d into the water and wri yiled rijihl nut In enmpier tin s( a. . nd ynn may see him there still if ynn can ])eramhnlate and |)rnmnl”ate and prn nns- I irate. — (havi.v 1’kivictt. MILADY ' S POWDER PUFF . hiinny nf Ihe wnndland who was as white as tin " driven snow” was almiit tn he sentenced tn |innishim nt for ln c nf self. Tin inods nf the wood d( ereed that In slnmld forfeit his snnw-whiti tail, and st.ipnlat( d that it In Inst sniiie- wln re npnii tin moss within tin r( alm. .Milady, wandering thrnii h tin wood, came tn tin |innl nf Vanity saw tin pnlf upon the moss and piek( d it up. ' Pin faint idnr nf pnlh n had fallen m the pnlf from tin hlnssnin nf tin tree ei e rhan inj; the peieil. It ' s ele lie ' ate se’e nl e-aiise el he r lei raise it: tei he r inistrils. I’pein nazinji inlei the peied she he‘he lil he‘rse‘lf epiite edianjicel. She mnsi ha e he e n |de ase el. for e ve n tei this elay. stranjie is passing hy the ]ie)ed eif N ' anity e-an se e .Milaely with he r peiwele r |inlf in hanel. — M. l!inx A. ifei.W.M.W. TUK TUVi: ILMEKSOXIAX “Tlioii imist he true tliys( lf If tlioii tli(“ tnilli woiihlst t(“a.cli. It takes the overflow of heart To ”ive tlu lips full s]ieeeli.” ' I ' lie sfreiiji ' th of a seliool does not lie in tin size of its (Mii ' ollimnit or the ( ase and ele,t anee of its hnildinjis, nor vet in its reputation — howevtn- wide- s]u-ead if may he — hut in the kind of students that sch.ool sends out. The true t« st of a method is its rc sulfs. Howevtu- leiiiimt parent or t(‘achei ' may he, t.ln woidd is not lioinji ' to »ive you the hemdit of the doidtt ; it is not jioinj ' to i-eekon with your j ood intentions. The world is foi-ever .searehin foi’ the man or woman who can do tin thin , our thin " , and do it ladter than anyone (ds( . It is lookiii " for the man who siii " s at his work; his woi ' k has hecome art, for it has jiassed fidin duty to delight. lOmeiso!! ti-ains us to do a |)ai-ticnlai- thin " ; to do it so well that it heeomes art. How, then, can we rejnescmt Emerson? The answ(M- is sini])h : hy hein " true to its teaehinjis. Eirst of all, let us he natural. How(‘ver attractive the (pialities we assume to have may ap]K ar to us, they are a hlimlfold to others, who have " I ' eat difficulty t.o detect the kind of ])(‘i ' son we a.r v Tin honest, natural act, the tnn iustiuctive res])ouse to thought or feeliu " will in tlumrselves r( commend you to peo]d( and hrin " ' yon nearei- to thos( who wonhl othei ' wisi ' not know ycm, not know that thei-e is a jifeat human heart lameath the counterfeit exterior. Eiiotism, or self- conscionsm ' ss, is the root of (Uii- nnnatui-al act and W(M-d ; eradicate it and juit in its place Altruism, an inter(‘st in otln rs — uns dtishness ! Out of this hroad chai-ity towai’ds our fellownien will " row au ovau-wlndm- ill " d( siie to Indp them, and we will feel with that " real hmiefactor of mankind ; ‘AVhat do we live for, if it is not to help each other? " It was the " reat scheme of life that wo should liv( for others, and evm ' vone has 1h‘(‘ii iven his own means hy which to attain this (uid, and i-eceiv(‘ the " rmit reward. Are you nsiii " the im ans " iveii you, which is your " reat jiift? You have chosen for your work a rare art which emhodies the heaut ifyiii " of the body, mind and sonl. Are you heautifviu " ' the body accordiu " to Emerson’s teachin " s, or to tin diri ' ctions which come neatly packial in circulars from dni " stores and beauty ]tarlors? Are yon beantifviii " the mind by " iviiifi it daily the i " rand literary pabnlum to be found in Emm ' son ' s library, or in her text books and refi-eshiii " it with the new thou " hts of our modern artists? Are you Ix autify- iu " ’ the soul by ] ausin " for a few moments mich day to think upon tin " reat Xazarene and Ilis teachin " s, to " o out into His tiist jireat temples and thm-e come intinitely nearei- Hod and man? •V " reat work is before ns; it is a work we have chosen to do. We are yet in the sta " e of |)r(‘i)aration ; soon we shall " o out to give the fruits of our labor to the world. They are waiting for it, waiting for our message to enrich their liv( s and h ad them to a higher, purm- life. And w( will not fail thmn. As true Eniersonians we will go forth with a great truth, willing and over joyed to give it. And sometime, ])erhai)s, it may be said of us; “His song was only living aloud. His work a siuging with his hand. " Axxe Duxkeu. 99 VorK " i ' lniic is no iilnnl I ha I (irons on niorinl soil. or in llir (j! i s! (• ni n (f Idil Sri off lo llir irorhl nor in broad rnno.r lies Hn! lirrs and siirrads alofi In I hose jnirr r rs And n’rirri iriinrss of a 1 1 - jndf i n ( dorr: lx hr jironon nrrs Iasi 1 1 on each dr((l, (If so niiodi fame in hrann r.r ir(d Ihi inr(‘d. " N ' oiii- success in lli ‘ world is oiilv ;is ureal as your iisct ' n I ness to Ihc world and lo Iminanity. d ' lic yood yon do lor ollici-s is the only yood yon ilo I ' or yonr- s(dr and is llic oidy tinny tlial really eonnis in |Ih‘ hivint ' ( )i-dei- (d ' lliinys. hare we jndye llie sneeess of |Ih‘ ] eo|)le ahoni ns? ' ' o|• there are Ihoiisands that live (thsenre and seeniinyly fanitless lives that are inaske ' d. neve ' i ' l heless, hy a daily Irininidi o ( r ill foi-tnne. sellisliness oi- cowardice . It is niijnsl anel e i ' iie ! lee say eif any life that it is a faihire . little kneewiny what neehilily the sin fae-e may e-eene-e al. If we weeiihl try lee 11 lie le rsl a lie I e aedi eillie )- anel fe ryi e the niistake s that hh nel ns tee the true worth eef e-haracte-r, we weeiihl tiiiel true yre atne ss in eeiir- se ! e s. ' I’rne yre‘alne ss, he iny an alfair eef the seeiil, re e|nire s nee larye staye , nee yeei ye eeiis se l 1 inys lee |iiei e its e|iialily. It is just a y( nt le liainl that may liyhte n the lie a y heael eef a we ary tra e le r eei- a smile that may leriyhten a elre ary way. True yre alne ss eef seeiil earn met he l|e lent ile ve he|e true yre alne ss in art. In all the arts, many are e ' alh el lent fe w are edieese n ; ami it is ini|eeissihle lee ee e r-e st iniate the e-eeni|ee‘nsal ieeiis eef llnese w ine e-heeeese lee walk in the e ' eem- | anieeiishi|e eef Ihiiiys lee anl ifiil anel true value , theeiiyh the y may ne e r eehtain the wre ath eef lanre l. Xeelhiny in the elixine eereh r eef lliinys is eaisl asiele as weerlhle ss. d may all strixe . win eer hese . anel hisiny, tind eenrse lve s riedie r feer the elised|il ine eef eh ' leat. It is nee sin lee fail; the sin is mil liyiiiy. We are all a jiart eef the llre al Sehe nie of ' riiinys, ami no nialle ' r Inixx nine ' ll we re“volt ayainst the ihoiiyhl. XXI e-an not lixi for oiirsi lx e s alone . So - ( Hi. ' elnl h. yo fort h ami ehe ! ' I’ein. loo. lee fame max rise ; ’on e-an he si rony ami xx ise . Slanel np to life ami |ilax the man ' I ' oii e-an if yoii ' ll lint think yon e-an; ' I ' hi yre al xxi re one ' e as yon. ' eln e nvy Ihe ' iii llii ' ir |iroiiil sni ' i ' i-ss? ' Twas won xvilh yifls that yon |iosse ss. l aii:.XK A. !i i;st. 1 (Ml IfKTii l i:i:ii I .N. ONLY YOrTlI It was a la v such as poets love, a day on vliie! (“V(‘i y Iminaii ladiiji L a poet, and the doy and the jiirl speedinii ov(‘v tin hroad jii-e(‘ii-ed icd highway in the hoy’s hi” i-ca I -w heeded ear, the soft lii-( ez( ' li”iilly tannin” tliein, fedt all the thrill and ra|dni-( of the seaseni. d ' lie sky was oiu ' ”reat hed of Idin sap- phi i-t s(d A il h |)earls, ham iii”, oh, so cdosi to a eai p(d of emeralds ; tin ' snnsh ine s|)arkled o’er tlie tiny rill that followeil the road so intently sin”in.” as it wenil a hapi)V soil” that stirred the little peojile in the trin ' -tops until tlnw too sail” and woke the Snnmnn- soiithwind that now played so ear( ' ssin”ly with tlu ' leaves and -the {girl’s hair. ' I ' Ik ' hoy heeanu petisi (‘ in response to tin ”iid’s ha]i|»y mood, and his ( ye wandered listlessly toward the ”reeii meadows and tin new ly-ploii”heil earth in the distance. The irl could not nnd( rstaml. Tt w’as his sii””( stion that they leave schoid, take his father’s car, ”o away and In ipiietly married. ' hat wo’ild lli”h Sidiool ever ”et, anyhody. anyhow. In had said. And sin had agreed. A fascinatiii” litth jnidnri she was. too, in her jaunty litth suit and hrognes with a trim modish little hat to match the color of her hi” won- dering eyes whih the hr( eze hh w her gidden ringl( ts ahont her small head most hewitchingly. And yet the hoy was unmoved. They had been sitting at their nsnal ]iro. iniity for almost an hour, and yet he had not kissi d her. Il had not even attenipt( d to kiss her. ( Pardon tin snp( rflnity, g( ntle r( ader. i The girl stirred uneasily. Tin sih nc( was hecoming nnhearahh . “Von — yon aren’t sorry, an yon, Don?” she faltered. 11( roused from his lethargy. “Sony? Sorry for what, dear?” “That — we came.” “Why no, darling, 1 can never he sorry for that.” Ilis words wen reassuring, hut his tone was donhtfnl. Tin girl tried again. “Hilt yon an so ipiii ' t. What is- is anything — the matter? Aren’t yon very liapjiy?” “I am hap])i( st of all w ln n I am with yon, dear, hiit I was only thinking what a — a great steji we an taking, and if we only could In sun — ” “Hilt I am sine,” the girl internpited. “and if 1 had known yon w( ren’t — ” “Hut I am; I didn’t say I wasn’t snn .” “Von said, ‘If we only could he sure.’ and I think — ” “Now listen, dear. hen ’s what I meant. 1 love yon more than all tin world, and I know we will he lia])i y tog( tIn r. hut it might not always last. Von might get tired of im . if 1 am tired when 1 conn home from tin id ' lici and do not go out with yon evenings, and th( n there is always amdh( r man that — ” “Ihm, I won’t stand for such talk anotlu r minnti . ' on an insulting. Another man I” “Hnt, dear, it happens often. I don ' t mean that we don’t lovi each other now, hnt a time might come when yon might he soriy, and wish yon had mar- ried soniehody else , and then sonietinu that one yon liked might come again, and — well, we ought to consider these things more seriously than we do.” “There yon go, pr( aching a sermon. Don. How do yon get that way? Von 101 know 1 iu‘ (‘i ' l(i t‘(l iiiiy one lint von. Wliy, I iic ' cr went w illi ;m v one lint yon.” " Tlnit ' s just it. (I(‘;ii-. I w isli yon liad. ' riicn yon would ho snro that 1 am llio only ono in yonr litV that connts. and wamld know w InMlior yon roally lovt ino oiiomth I ' or always. 1 know I w ill always lo c yon. lint 1 am al ' raid that yon " Now. l on. do sto|il 1 simply can ' t stand this a niinnio lonuci-! Von know 1 lovo yon moro than all the woild. moiv than I ' athoi- and niothof and ovoryl hiiiif. and 1 " And yon arc snro al ' ltn ' w ‘ aro niairiod yon will luwan- look at any other man. atid— " " Why. l on. of conrso I w ill oo r at nion. how conid I lnd]i that, lint I will mwor lo (“ anyom (ds(“ " " And yon aro sniv yon will novor fall in lo ’o w ith a tall, dark hairod, dark-ovod man with a cano and an lAitilish monstacho. and " ( h. I ton, how sill yon aro. ’on know I hato canos and lvn " lish mons- tachos and all that, and I don ' t low any lint yon, and yon always. " " Foi-i;i (“ mo. dear. I unoss I was joalons. I’h ' aso fort;i ' o im . if yon can, and I will novor ho that way aiiain.” " I love yon, " camo in soft toiu ' s from his shonidor. " I adoi ' o yon. " And what was tho catisi of it all. yon ask. They had h(‘(‘n to tho niovios tho ni,”ht hoforo. — A. x. Dr.VKKi,. A HOWL OF IU;LP»S A smoky window which plainly showed tho marks of icstloss fini i ' cs was tho somi tr:tns|iaront wall hotwoon the howl of hnihs and tin dr« ary ontsidi world. Th( y sat upon tin window sill, wr( 1ch( d s]i( ciim ns of tin lovoly pap( r w hit( hlossoms that llonrish in far away .lajian. No fragrance would ( r conn from lln s( poor tliin«;s — tln ir hnds, which had conn loiui ' h( fof( tln ir time , had sliriv( h d to :i nn r( mock( ry at. tin onts( t. Tin tijis of tin stalks W( i ' ( witln r( d and y( llow, ( t tin dust which linn«i so ln a ily upon tho fadt d curtains and window pa m s da r( d not i-( st n|ion t ln s( cln risln d hnihs. Foi- ahont two hours of tin day tin f( ( hh rays of tin snn play( d upon tin Xarcissns. wariin d it. imnh it forj i ! its pitifni condition, ;nnl trans fornn d it into a thinj’ of h( anly. To tin child it was tin most womh ffnl llow( r tin him sky look( d upon, and as tin snn w:irnn d tin plant, so tin plant, warnn d ln i- ln art. Tin wealth of lov h( slow( d n|)oii it iniiihl in snfti- ci( nt canso for tin ini|n rial hrolln i-s in tin distant land to iml aside tln ir vanity and r( lh cl for a monn nt in sadm ss. I ( r ' .M. iuo. A. r oxv.M. . . poets Corner A inOSOLVE I i-esolve to jMisli aliead ; Not to woiTv. not to dread, wliat has been, oi- what shall he. ’ain rej-rets shan’t follow me; Xo sjau-e time to cry oi- sijih The welcome task each moment ti-y; Xo (h ad tind»eT- in the way. An ojien path I choose today; And let im keeji it if I can, ( 1 ' with (htd’s hel]) come hack ajiain; I resolve that idle word P e nns]»oken, and nidieard. Slander pass hy me nnnonrished, l)(tnht and an ei- never cherished: To make my work my joyous care. And as I measnre, let im fare; Xever any hnrden shift ITdess, in tnni, I too, can lift; To see hnt j ood in eveiwthin To nid nown evil and its stin i ; Deep ])en(‘tratioii to the ti-nth — To reflect it more, foi-sooth; Knowinf every m ' ed is met Hy " ivinj; more of what I ”et ; Love to he my ;nide, my stay, — I i-esolvel — I go my way. — ( JmjTRriiE Litciifiem). 103 TWi: r.wws A v;i up ill lli(“ iiioiiiil.iiiis iluir sets ;i caliiii inuiiiit, ' I’liusc iiiaiiv v(‘ais il liain ' I liuuii l(‘clic(l n ' ci- liad a s vi|K“ ol ' jiaiiil. 1 rcckiui llial il ' ll sci iliar Mill all ol ' ns is yoiie. An ' jest on a suin ' nnlil Ilu jii(l”in(“iil dawn. I ' ll like to lix tin cahin up Jos ' like il used to lie. Still, it wouldn ' t lio tin caldii. ii ' ni ' il winildti ' t lio so I ' na . I ' cr if it was all painttal and tlir iii(‘s all (dcarcd and lied. I ' d lie alini lity loiicsoino up on that inoniitaiii-sidc. i ' ri- as il sols tlnif sniinin ' , il kind of soiniis to sniil ' -. ' Till yon ct Ixdiovin ' that inaylii ' life ' s worth wliih ' ; That all of (lod ' s ow n Idessiiuis Jos ' coiik ' to ihoni w ho waits, W hat inatlor if yotif hlossinii do coiiio a little late! So. if your heart is hea y and yon wish oiir life w as done. Jest think of that old cahin a-seltin ' in tin sun. It may lx old and erninhlin ' . lint that piaiei ' ahoiit it too. An ' it sort of puls it ' s hlessint; of lo c on me and yon. - lm.i ,. i:KTii K. IvKiiiirx. TWI UCllT Sudden w hifts of ray mist Stiail across the wind swept marsh. I )iisk droojis h(‘r wintts And darkness comes slowly ( hi and on,- Like some old woman With st ra ytl in,c locks. ' Tis 1 w ili”hl. and 1 he t inn l-’or low, soft music ( f sniikissed A inds And frani-anl i;ardens, ' I ' lie time for dreams. (Jliosts ( f old lio]ies t ha t hri iiii ai a in The tmdlow memory of happiness ' I’w ilij hl! And I lie even i n shadows Itraix a shroud ahont the dyiiiii day. Doito’i ' iiv ' r. . KK. 104 KMIOKSOX I left my lioiiK ill Seplmiilier, To lealize iiiy heart ' s desiie Of e()iiiiii i to Kiiiersoii ( ' ollt ' ge. And foi- " reater tliiiijis to aspire. Witli hri lit prospects of the future The loll” journey cpiiekly passed And, alijilitiii” at f aek Ihiy Station, I at oiiei set alioiit the task. Of ”ainiii” some informatioii As to my wliereahonts in the city: lint my failure in so doiii” Mijiht have aroused anyone ' s ]dty. " N ' mi see, at the very heyinniii”, I had made a sm ioiis hlumler Jn learniii” the name of the Dormitory Hilt failiii” to tt(‘t its niimher. However, a genial taxi-man 1‘issayed to mnjiloy his powers In assisting me; hiit little he knew It would lake almost two hours. “The longest way round is tin sweet(‘st Kight here I must disagiee For it almost took my hreath away ' hen he calmly named the fee. My first day at the ( ' ollege, I vi( wed an endless strmim ( f enthusiastic students Who wen trying to scm the Dean. As this was my side intention, 1 joined the surging throng And day hy day 1 waited To find where I ' d heloiig. Hut all things come to those who wait. And, at last, my jirohlems sidved. My next amhition was to learn •Inst what this coiir.se involved. 105 ' rii(“i(“ were iiiaiiy sliidics lliat 1 lovcal. I iit In make the lliiiiti (•(Unplctt . ' I ' licrc was also (|uilf a ”ikhI supply ( )! ' Iiil lor w ith llu sw ivt. In Mis. I’lillVr ' s (iosliiic class Arc (liwclopcd many channs. By till ' rijilit use of tin inlidliad. And ino (“incn I s of tin anus. 1 was liow(‘V(‘V, (piilc sni |n iscd ' (‘s, almost nio (‘d to tcai-s, ' I ' o learn that I ' d 1k‘(‘1i sit tin;; wroii;; I ' or — w(‘lh these many yeai-s. My voice, which 1 had always found To suite me to a “T " In Mr. Kenney’s estimate ’as hardly worth a Ifnt day hy day I practice ' I ' wo not ‘s, tin hum and " Whoa” h’or open t hroat and ] ow er. And tin onteonn - w( ll, yon Utmw. My I ' oom-mates ;;t ' ow weary Of " Roll on, thon oc( an roll " And the many st.a;;s that must dritik their till Ivri I shall i( ach my " oal. Iti Rhetoric class I can m V( r hope To acconi|dish rosy dr( anis. ' I ' o nn , ' tis a t( rrihh ni;;htmar( Wln n it conn s to writin;; thenn s. In Rantoniinn anotln r pow( r I s put wit hi n onr f( ach, ' I’o tell a story ch arly ' ithont employin;; sp( ( ch, Xow, for sonn of ns, of conise ' tis haial ' I ' o Ik d( tii( d that pl( asim I’nt Kvointion i;iv( s ample chance ' I ' o ns( I In ;;()hh n I i-( asnr( . ( )f tin many more 1 shall not spi ak For yon know as w( l I as I .Inst what must Ik acconiplisln d ' I ' o i( ceive a If. L. I . luc Tli(‘ way s(‘( iiis Iniiji hefora nu . And ])(‘rlia|)s, it dons to yon; l’ ut ’twill liii ilit( n drnaiy iiioiiinnts To knt ' p this thoiiijlit in view. Xo art was ere ))t rfeeted Save liy constant, eaniest toil. And how oft it has been i roven “To tin victor helonj s tin spoil.” With hi«ih ideals to )iide me ( )n the rn““( d road to fame. I hope my work may ( v( r ••i-aee Dear Alma Mater ' s name. MaKEK lilLlAE WllDKE (’AXXIXC WAS XO (lOOD Miss Sally Ann “ot her a man I ' T ' om out the town one daj ' . She called him I’at and labelled that She put him ii]) to stay. One day to town a show came ' loniid, A thill " she’d like to see. “Oh. yes.” she thoii " iit. “that man 1 caught Is just the thing for me.” So off she ran to get her man The day was shining fair; Hilt when with ])ride she peejted inside. The cniihoard, lo. was hare! Hnt yet she lives and warning gives To tho.se who’d keep a man: “Xo time to waste, just wed in haste,” Is hnt advice from Ann. “Yon must not label, nor yet stable Your Pat as if a sheej). And do not can a modern man Hecanse he just won’t keep.” 107 Til 10 KOI . IN’S SOXO " I ' m tr(“(‘. I ' lii white. I ' m I wen I y ime. " Tlie i-oliin sinys to me. " I ' m yoiinii. I ' m .uay. I ' m I ' nll of Inn; ( ) I ' m in lu ! " said lie. " My sniil was onee a ea aiiei-. - A iiay ami (lasliin loNcr. Kill now I am a lmecam‘(‘i ' . . ml lieai l.s in climTies liovtM ' . " - IIkxkv O. Kokmeu. Til 10 COMIXt; Ol ' Sl ' KIXO I Xo nioi ' i ' is Inaird llie w intiy cliillin lilast ; Tlie time t ' or tliat is omm- now and past. We feed a clianne in all id ' Xalim ' s things. And ev ' iy tiling with s]ni iiit-t ime iladiiess sinj;s. I I The lal ( is loosened from its icy thi-all; , sid ' t spriiiii radianei ' is fallin; over all; ' I ' he hea|dn snow-drifts are no longer seen; And o ' er all .Xatnre eoni( s a tiii.nc of jiii ' en. I I I rp from the south the frimidly hii(llinj;s tly; d ' lie lleeey (donds (loat slowly o ' er the sUy; The dainty flow ' ret in the lade now s]iiiniis; And from the woodland (diildreii ' s lanj hter riiiys. I ' From the tall tree ' s are tiny leatlets seen: And jtrass taUes on that Imcly elvet sheen Sweet Xatnr( ' ' s token over e ' i y tiling. That we are niakintt ready for tin ' spring;. -VnEi.E Xeiu- howu.ve 108 rm-:i ' AiiiohXi ' :ss rirpaie. O soul I Aloiij Iliv holder lines l re|»ai-( tliv foe, alert willi siik (lesi ins Tpoii tliy weakest point. lie will not waste 0)0(1 aiinament while aec( ss ' (‘asy — Haste I riose onard defenseless ports of ndnd and thought., (lod ' s Word of Tintli heroines a Soul ' s 1 treadnanjilit. IMejiai-e, ) Sonll For know that foes may Inrk Vlier(‘ safety sc ' eins most sure; tlnnr deadly work May shake a safe defense of ymirs I’ri ' pare - I y sending; foith that heav ' n-honnd aircraft, prayer. Defemse so frail it seems hnt wiii!;( d pow ' i- To till the fo( with fmir in contlirt ' s hour. I ntrenehinents de p and strong ninst fare the foe Alon tlu“ entire front, and row on row Fntaii”lenients to haftle the defeat Sin’s dread array. The Sonl shall scorn retreat Ifehind the harrier h ' aith. Mdth snrh a shiidd The smallest force ill never. lU ' ver yield. l‘r( pare, Sonll A vain and ])iltrv show Without swift action " iins, that tower and lilow Fnll-])rimed with jiowdm- jdans, and tired with zeal And love, for Him who doth Jlis ]dans rev( al. The best detense will fail without the jii ' ii. Prepaie — then holdly act — tlir Ixittlr ' s iron. — Mak II. Hakki;, ’21. srxsFT Oh I can face the heaven When the full moon is hij h — A silver imalal han,uin On a slendei- thi-ead of sky. And I can walk the hlack wet stieets M ' hen all the dim lamjis make Pale ])ools of li ’ht as sad as that Of tapers at a wake. Hnt whmi the snn trails rosy clouds On datfodilly skies. 1 scarce can hear the nameless pain That in my heart doth rise. iER. ' lLDI.XK McIJ.u hax, ’L ' 1. 109 iii:im:i :i:o vs oi ' iio.mi : I look uiil (III liai ' i ' cii wall ' li(‘i-(‘ cilv liiiildiiiii ' s Ikmii iiiv view; At lioiiic till lit‘(l i(‘i(iws i-(‘(‘ii and tall Af(‘ .ni-ow inti ' iiaitist tJod ' s iMiiiiidlcss I dtic. I ' of licaNiMi licatiis tlifonuli iiiy w itidow paiii And sheds it ' s Indy tnoniinii li lit ' lletl I wake. I can ' t (‘. ]daiti d ' lie dejitlis I f(“(d of |inf( deliitht. ' I ' o look otit on tlios( ' rows of jurtani And li(‘ar sonic hale Idrd ' s winter soiii; : Ah! ( ' old .yfay walls can ' t hide that scene I ' t-oni eyes tliat have reineiidierc ' d lonji. ( iKtrritrtiK InTciii’iKiai Myriads of Maidc ' iis, ' I’oday I lia ’c lieen ,ulad to walk aiiion ' the throng, ' I ' o hriish against the cap and ii(iwn atid listen to the son ' . I think tiiy heart is whitc-r for lookiiiii in yntr eyes. So soft atid hriylit with teaehiiiys of tin wise. Myriads of Maidens, St roll, i; throhldiiii note ' s san, from yoiir lieart to niiiK , And wake within my hnni;iy soul an answer free and line; ' onth ' s i-adiani lire llames liri hl in (dear desij n. ( lairel, smdi holy ifls th( se maids of thine! M. i:v I idin i 1 , no l’Hi:SKNT AND AliSDNT ] ()ve, ill your |u-eseuc( , Kco]) we coiintiMiaiice, .)oy u])on joy, renewiiifi the lioiirs; No doubts disturluii ' i. No fears perturbiii”, Life is so sweet — just a arlau(l of flowers Woven eaeli day iu tlieir fragrance. Love, ill your aliseiice. Lose we our roses — Eacli ])etal bleached and falling to earth. Jjove, how you grieve us, You iiiiist retrieve us I Leave us the green iu sjiiti id ' the dearth. For reiiieiiibraiice, — to outlast the jiosies. IeRTKI UK JUTCIIFIEI.I). WONDER lalesceiit rainbow hues. Mirth sjioiitaiieoiis, gleaiuiiig truth. Shine and dew in turn Me see. Scintillating ecstacy, — Is it Dawn, or is it Youth? Mad, tiiniiiltiious ridiirth, (Hinting haze of blue above. Winsome blushes, throbbing lieart. ' --, •Joy the M ' liole wide world imparts, — Is it Spring, or is it laive? — Adele Neill Dowling. Ill A 1)1 .ma ' H ' iok ll l()()l s (|uilc liiir, the coiiiic l ' l;iv, W ' licii voii (ilis(‘i (‘ it t ' i ' oiii voiii- ' I ' lir nrloi-s smiling ;is Ilicv s v;i Ami s (‘i (“ lo iimsic ' s |)iilsiii” Ami ' lis full lo h(‘ar lli(‘ir clialtcr As llicv I ' lcl iK ' I ' orc I lie scrciais; Hill " lis (luito a ll ilTovciil mallei-. ’lieii you look Ix ' liiml llie scenes. ' I’liey look (|iiile .yay. Iliesi " |ioi lly” wimI. ’llo riili ' lo clini ' cli ami come in lale. llei- dress is silk, her cheeks aie red. , ml h( is handsoimdy sedale. And " lis Inn lo hear him Halter. . s n|K)ii his arm slii ' leans • l nt ' 1 is oi l a dillerent mat ter. W ' lieii yon look hiddml Ihe scenes. Time liidds all Ihiiiiis. Ilei-emnch that ' s j;ay Hides hearts id ' sadness. ;;na vin,!.t jiain; And many lose in iairi ' sl play. While some hy find and dirty ,nain. It’s h(‘le Ihe seeds of life W(“ scalier. I )m ' sows, anolher uleans; l nt. won ' t it li(‘ a dillerent matter. When (!od looks h(‘himl IIk seem s? Mkauk Sk. wp:u.. Sweet star that shines henealh lln trees. And sees life rise and fall. Will yon always sinih on me Thronjih the all in all Hreains ari ' made and dreams aie hrokeii, ' Pile rohin sinj s and dies ; ’ill yon always li«ihl with hope 1 1 ray Idne skies? Sw(‘(‘l stai- that shines henealh Ihe trees. Let (‘art h dust never dim lOyes I ha I now seinnji I he( , S(“e dindy Him. Ikxkvikvk Aimi.KM.w. 1 r vuii nm (Ml i- eye I lirii I liis column ( r I ' oolisli iKMi sciisicnl w il. Ami ycMi still lm (“ a (•oniilmmucc solemn, ' ( ' anse yon didn ' t latt li a liit, — (llaticc ayain tliin Ilic ' se pa cs we ' ve w fit ten, Kead tlietn eafel ' nly tlmi and tlini, ir yon still think they lack |ie|i atid snap. It ' s ' cause notie ol ' them catne rfom yoit. crunl i II ( III Sliaki sjiciirc I ' fosli : ‘•( ' oim ' dy (d ' h ' a ' fofs. " Sophs: ‘Altich .Vdo Vliont Noth inji. " d ntiiof ; " As Yoit Like 1 1 S(Miiof; " .Ml ' s Well that Ltids W(dl. " ( ' nt ' iotis : " 1 low is it t ha t Ik doesn ' t tak( yon to the theatfe now- adays Loffaine: •A ’(dl. yon see, om evmiiny it laimal and we sat in the pa flof. " ( ' niions; " V( s‘. ' " Lonaine; " ’ell e cf siiici that we — oh, 1 doti ' t know, htit don ' t yon think that theatfes are an awi ' tti bore .Maty Ibnax: " Why do yon nse foi|oe .Maniine I’earce: " l• ' ' oI• the same i( ason yon nse fesin. " .Mafy; " Why is that ' . ' ” .Maniine: ' AA’hy, to draw my bea n. " .Miss ' inn: " llow mnch time did yon put (Ml yoiic physical cnltiife this week llaniet I ' iser: " ()ik‘ lioiiv — rail road litiKv” .Miss Vinn : ‘AVhal do ymi im‘an by ra i 1 road t ime 1 1 a rri(d : " Stops iiiclnded.” Tri]ip t(dls ns that one way to learn |Miblie sjieakin is — to speak iti public wh(Mie cr possible. h ' rosh : " 1 ktiow imn-e abmit this joke iiaiiK ' than tin edilin- does. " Soph : " ' I ' hat ' s possible. " l ' ' ’rosh : " Snre! S1 k‘ thotiiilil the stiiir I snbmitl(‘d was orinina I. " Kabb: " .Mter death — what ' . ' I be- lieve in livin ' ; w lndlv in tin prestmt. " Her liomn mate : " So would I if 1 had V(Mir past . " Xadiiie: " Did, do yon have any Ihnnib tacks ' . ' " Didtie: " Xo. but I have some linger nails. " Mr. Kenney to ;;irl with her arm ariMiiid anoth( r: " I hate to see a woman doin;; a man ' s wiM-k. " — Only otie of th(‘ evils already arising; frotn the IStli . niendtnent. .Mrs. Hicks aft( r correctin ' ; Hope- ful ' s standing; position: " That is my Xmas present to ymi. " I lopefnl : " Thank ymi. " .Mrs. Hicks: " . nd when 1 s(‘e yon usin ' ; it. I ' ll say yon ' re entirely w(d come. " Lncih Hicks yid her “S|H cial " oti .M (Miday, W(Mlnesday and Saturday, (tillers came on Tin sd;iy, d ' linrsday and i ' ' rid;ty. Sunday she had tlu ' " bines.” lvh anor I ' lnwer: I annonnein;; her nnnib(M-| : " I w ill now siiii; yon a lit- tle ditty that was written — wrotten — rot ten (‘specially for im ! " He Le l ' ' on(l, actin;; as chairman in |)(‘bat(‘ ( ' lass: " Tin debate for tin niornin;; is -K( s(d ' (‘d : that the Day- li.!;hl Shavin;; Hill lie maintained. " — • .V case of salety lirst. Ill FAMIMAi; FACK A ' liicli lint even ei ' ities erili- Sincere I lonsekeeiiiin. ei .e " lionse ;linl S AI• SNAl’S (III Idral h ' liici ' Huii Senior M iisl 7 lire Klise Weil’s Iiair Mrs. Waterhouse’s ey s Helen Jail ' s teihli .lessie Soiilliwiek’s. . .(lauciii; ability Juieile l aj e’s e()m])h‘xiou M ai-y Lang’s (lis|) »sition Ktliel Kelley’s. .. |)()]nilai-ity and pep J ' ]stelle Dowlin’s. . . . hlutl ' ing ability Katherine (’ainon’s talent Maud Taylor’s voice Never say die, Say “damn”! It isn’t classic, It may he jirofane J n1 we have need of it ' I ' inie and again. And you’ll tind you’ll i-ecover From fate’s hardest slam, If yon never say die, Say “Damn.” Here’s to liss Kiddle — We wondei- Why she doesn’t inarry — She can dance — she can swim — - She’s a girl for any Jim! Wh(M-( vei- in this school yon go. Von heai- tin whis]tei-, to and fi-o; " Ji(‘i-e’s Joe?” I II (d’licix coriMdoi ' , oi ' ha 1 1 No matim- whm ' i — tlim-e ' s just one call : “Where’s Joe?” In frantic accmits, all day long. Von heal " tlii ' “Fim rson College Song,” “Where’s Joe?” And at the tinish, if yon go d’o Hea ’n aho e, or — hidow, Von’ll hear from all this wail id ' woe: “Whm-e ' s Joe?” They told me not to study — Nor to sit np lati to cram, They told me not to wori ' y hont passing m ' (“. am. And so I did not study — Nor sit nj) late to cram ; 1 did not even wori-y And 1 linnked that da — ILvam. Lives of Seniors all i-eniind ns We should ti-y to do onr best And departing, halve hehind ns. Note hooks, that will hel[» tin rest. J nij er of ii SojiJioiiiore P.id ' ore Analysis F.xani. (lod of Hosts, he w ith me yet Lest 1 forget, lest 1 forgij. After Analysis F.xam. (lod of Hosts was with me not. For 1 forgot, for 1 for got. Does iniriiifh e.r xi ml f They went into the F.xetm- In time to see it start ; And |irim, jirecise, and propm- ipiilt , J ' liey sat this inr ajtart. Kilt, oh, the hero wooed the maid. Thrice, oh I he stole a kiss — And when the lights went on again, Theysat nplikethis. 119 . 1 ( onii ! ' ;iilcv: or colVcc? " W’nilfc: ••| on ' l loll inr — liM mo mioss. " Mi-. Koiinov; " Miss I’xmilz, wimt lia|i]H‘no l to you last Sal unlay • losopliiiio : ■■ ' oll — w lioii I lo(»k(‘(l at you ■ ' iluloival your iiua " i iia I ioii may till ill. I •M r. K. : " Well, liiiish i i • losojdiiuo : " I — I yaiiiod coiiraxc . ' ' Miss Ividdoll; " .Miss I o|iolmaii, rail you loll us somolliiiii; alioiit tin jidiils? " Sally: " ' I ' l io only oiio I know auy- I liiiij alioiil isii ' l ol’loii iisod.” Miss Kiddcdl; " (!ivo us ils lailiii ua mo. ' ' Sally : " Xaii ' s K ilolKui. " " ’lial is a psychological mo moll I " Waking up just as Dr. Ward calls your iiamo.” Ilo: llo I’oarli The Lycoiim maiia xor lold mo llial your siiixiu,x was lioa ' oiily. " I’oarl : " ( li, lu did ?” llo: " ’oll, al loasi, ho said lhal i I was II iioa li h ly. " Hoi h : (coacliiiij; | " Comoou l ' ' ay — sloop u|i ami kiss her. " , r " I ' a. w ha I ' s an acl or ? " " All aclor, my hoy, is a poi son w ho can walk to thi sido ol ' a sta c, pi‘or iiilo the wiiiji at a roiip of other actors wailiii” for Ihoir i iios, a iiiiiii her of hon ' d slajio hands ami a lot ol ihoalrical odds ami cuds and o, - claim. • ’hat a lo cly view ihoro is rrom this window. ' " Thoiiiih a kiss ho amiss. She w ho misses the kisses As a M iss w it lioiil kiss May III iss hoi iii; a ,M rs. , ml ho who, amiss, A oids misses ami kisses, A ' i 1 1 miss M iss ami kiss Ami the kissi ' s id ' INlrs. Oitr Oil ' ll ’Inkr Trippio: " ' hat I h is idass iioi ' ds is lil ' o. " Sludmil: " ( )li, no. thirty days is ( iiouj;h. " ( himmiii s : " This is a splendid floor for daiiciiiii. " 10. K(dlo : " Whv don ' t you use if. ' ” M. Hoors : " Xo cr tak your lOiiior sou nock o.xorcisos on top of the Woolworl h I 11 i Id i iij;. " A. I hiiikol : " W’liN not M. Homs: " ( ' harlos tried it oii(‘ day ami iii ' arly loll off I ho hiiildiiiji’ when ho ohsoiwod lhal his I ' liclo on Iho stroot hclow looked like an . iiiil. ' ' 120 fOURTH ' I ' UOU ' bUeS Ill I hr lAbniiji ir voii :ii(‘ looking for a (iui(‘l place In St U(l . ' I ' l V lli ‘ lalirai ' V. Want III “(“1 awav riinii noise and e el vIkkI v, ' I ' lv the Lilirary. I ' olks all sil around aicadin’. ‘I ' epi w hen ninulin , slionlinji. t ' e(‘d- in ' . Sni(‘ lli(‘re ' s just the resl yon ' re ii(‘edin ' . In the Lihraiy. If yon want to spmid an hoiif in idle talking ' ' I ' ly the Lilnafy. hon ' t waste yonf slren ilh out on the h ' enway walkinji, S( ek the Idhiaiy. IJnsh in. say llidlo. oh we assni’e yon, ' I ' he kindly folks around will all endure yon. If yon ' re timid, then ' !! he noise eiioiitih to eni-e yon in lh(‘ lahrary. — Apoloiiies to K. F. .1 Trur Slur I ••( ) m, love, " the I ' liii plant ehanled. As he eyi ' d the fair milk-weed, " Since now side hy (‘aeh we’re plan ted, L( l ns marry w ith all sjieed. " And they mariied and were happy. While to e ( i ' yom‘ ' s snijirise, -Inst to make this story snappy. All Iheii- kids wei-e enslard pi( s. 11. C. K. " rni ciy des|iondenl o ' ei ' my lit- erary outlook. " " Why so ' . ' " " I sent my best poem to the Ivliloi- of the ’ear Hook entitled ‘ ’hy I )o I Fi e ' and she wroli hack, ‘Keeanse dn hidn ' l Ifrinji ' Phis In I’erson. ' " .1 llilrliv Ihjiiirtiiiiiil Fmerson, famous Ihion hont New Ihi land for her diamond stars, shows nnnsnal and pi-omisin i mater- ial this year and it is ‘. |K‘eted ( hy Ihosi who ha ' ( the inside dopi‘1 that hy the end of tin season she will ha ( lnrm d out more enna x ' inenls than (‘vei- hefoi e. In the all Diamond team the fol lowinji have lieen picked : ( ' atehei- Hetty Sti ' wart I’iteher p]lis(‘ Weil Fii-sl Hase H( 1h Kehhnn Second Ifase Louise Hallon ' Phiid Hase PAa Trolander Shoil Slo|) Hazel Davis JHj;ht I’ ield Hraee I’eek ( ' ( ' liter P i(‘ld 1 )oi-a Karolkin Left P ' ' iehl lOleanor Villianis Fmpiri Miss l’( niek ( twill” to soim disenssion ainoii” the -Indies as to their ipia I i tiea I ions tin follow inji liiil ! • maki a place on tin team lint at( aw ard( d I lonorahh ,M( nlion: M( ade Seaw( ll. Hilly and Tommy, Addie Moof( , (iladys daeoh son, lv( h( eea lk( ler, lA ' Iii 1 1 in , Irene d ' honias, Ardis Ilaeknian. Xorliiriic Ni”ht ! P ri”ht JMooll Li”ht. Ma iih n Sli”hl. F( llow Ti”h(. Sh ri( ks ! Fli”hl. lleh n : " Is Flis( lazy? " IA( anor: “I should say so. She wails nnlil 1 have linish( d my |iray- ( rs and lh( n she says: •Ame n. ' ” 122 (Questions for Sfndciits on Rcfiixt r t1 ion 1. How old v( re you u cou[)k‘ of ycai ' .s iijio? 1’. d ' lir( c yoavs a io? Is your fatliov ail uudiudal ' a ' r? 4. If iiol, why not? r . Do ()ii use ” 11111 ? Maslei piece? ( ' liiiiax? (■ . I f fiiiiii, what hi aiiil ? 7. Stale unusual and ahiioniial teiideiicies. such as. siiee dii” like a Ford, speakiiiji to your friends, playiii” a hariiioiiica. etc. 5. Do you use I’aliii (Hive Soap? !). Do you believe in the iiiissiiij.j link? 10. If so, have you a mirror? 11. Do you ”o to sh ep easily in classes? Ilk ' rit.e aiiythiu” heie l. ' l. Si”ii any well known name be- low. I ' ' (nni!i(tr Fibs- 1. I must have left my jiaper at home. 1 ' . Hadn’t I better aiiswin- the tele]ilione. I ' m ex]»ectiii” a loll” ilistaiice call, d. I have my note hook nearly done and will hand it in to- ni”ht. 4. Yes, I’ve practiced it every day. I didn ' t get the right assign- ment. (). I ' m sure I handed in that paper. 7. I didn’t have tiimy 5. I was calhrl to the teleiihone and couldn’t get here in tiimx 9. iMy watch was slow. 10. My throat is so soi e, I can’t linni today. II nntiiififon ( ' hn min-r ' s Scene of (Uifdstroplie ’rii(‘ injiiri ' d are: — Fay Mc — actress — stage struck, salaiy w( ak. ’. doralemon — F 1 i c t r i c i a n — shocked. I’, (loiizer — Opera star — laugh dis- located. voice lost. K. IJliiim Dealer in Lines. Hait and Fish — growth stiint( d. M. Lang — Doctor — heart tioiilde set in. Kenney- ( trator — vocalm lary miss- ing. ( ' . (lihson — Fruit Di aler — date broke !!. l ' lMi ( ' ahi — roll take !- one e ye -hrow mis])lae-e d. d. Hoiiitz-- Dealer in Hair (looels — one lieih lost. II. Tingleyv — Spiritualist — ' 2 kime-ks and a jialm uptiirne el. M iss Feiiie-k — chaperone — e-onse-iene-e damaged. F. Hates — Fooel s]ie cialist — juiiie-- tmility missing. M. I e he mloi fer — Keum y’s Assistant — ne ive s shatte re d. Tliinf s S( Idoni Seen Mr. Keune y in a hurry. Mct’ahe sue-ciimhiiig to the swe et smile s of a (’o-ed eute ring e-haiiel late. J’re xy witlmut his genial smile. Trip]i moved to tears over a •liinior scene. .Miss I’enie-k absent from lioiise- me e tiiig. De le I- ' ' oml and his black hag em time for a rehe arsal. De an Hoss iiii.sympathe tic. A Freshman gracefully doing the Physical ( ' iiltiire exercises. 123 77 r Editor Sjxdks l ' (‘ read live llioiisaml jnki ' s or luoria Vih 1 I iiii lil as well courcss, ' I ' lial those olliors all i;t 1 sort I like my o n I Ik lK st. I’i(‘. y: ••Snidonls, I am dismissing you Ion minntos (aii ly today. 1’h‘aso (|iii(‘lly so ;is not to awakcMi tlio ol hor tdassos. " U7 f .1 — Tin re (lursscs 1 l iso I ' roni do(‘|i and droamy slooj), I make a snddon sally, I iiolilih ' tlo n a imd ' lin And cliaso school-ward ihroimh Iho alhw 1 1 chat lor. chat lor w horc ' 1 jio. No nmn my tonjitn can sox’or, h ' oi- moll do try — and mon ilo si li Hill 1 talk on I ' orovor. Ideal Sophie •■ ' riicro ' s so much jiood in tin worst d ' ns And so much had in tin rest of ns. ' I ' hal wo took somolhin i from t ach of ns To form what would ho tin host (d ' ns.” ()m swallow may not inaki a snm- im ' r, hilt a j;rasshop|ior makos sov- ( ral springs. gVOLUfloT 70 T 124 ( »ct(»l)er ( )ctol»ei ' ( kiolter ( )ftoli(‘r ctol)er )ftollt‘l‘ ( )ctol»er X()V(Miiher X oveinlier X’ovtMiilier X " ()Vt‘iiil)er XovenilR ' r X ()ve]iil)er I )cceiiil)ei ' I ect“inlK i- I )( ceiiil)er 1 )ec(Miil)ei- I )eceinl)er ! )(‘C( iiil)ei- .lainiai y .laimary •fanuary •laiuiary •Faimaiy Fehniai y Felirtuu y F( l)niary Fehniary Feltinary March March SOI ' IAI. ( ' ALFXDAli - — V. W. ( ' . A. “Hello Party " — 101 lieacon St. . " — (liteiiiiiji Tea — 2S1 X’ewiniry St. 10 — ()|H‘iiinj; Tea — 10 E.xeter St. IS — Hallowe ' en J’arty — 10 F.xeter St. L ' . ' t — House ()}K‘nin ; — I ' O:! ( ' oinnionwealth Ave. .‘to — Hallowe ' en Dance — 401 P eacon St. .‘ 0 — Hon.se ( ' hi istenin i — S. " ) A’ewhnry St. 7 — Tea for School — 2S1 Xewhniy St. S — House Dance — L ' Sl Xhnvhniy St. 0 — Tea — ; 1 ' 4 ( ' oninionw(“alTh Ave. Ft — House Dance — 10 Fxeter St. l. ' l — ThanUsjii viii” Party — I’SI Xewhnry St. 2S — Tea — ttl’4 ( ' oimnon wtailth Ave. 0 — ZeTa Toy Theatre — Ki F.xeter St. 10 — House Dance — S. " ) Xewhnry St. 11 — Hon.se Dance — Hi Fxeter St. l.‘ — House )]teninj; — S.! Xewhnry St. 14 — House Dance — L’O. ' t ( ' oniinonwealt h Ave. 14 — Hons( Dance — I ' Sl X’ewhniy St. 0 — Tea — 024 ( ' oinnionwealth Ave. 20 — Dancing I ' arty — 2S1 Xewhnry St. 2.‘t- Hnttet Sn|)]ter — .‘ 24 ( ' oinnionwealth Av( . 24 — Favor Party — 10 FxiOer St. 2(i — Tea, in honor of Mrs. Dowliii i — 2S1 Xewhniy St. .■) — Luncheon — 10 Fxeter St. 0 — Tea at ( ' ojiley — .‘ 24 (’oiniiionwealth Ave. 0 — Ia])anese Party — Hi Fxetin- St. 11- Dance, Aherdeen Studio — 2S1 Xewhiirv St. 20 — Washinjiton Hreakfast — Hi Fxeter St. 1 — Play: “Mary (Joes First” — .‘!24 ( ' oiiinionwealth Ave. 0 — Tea — Hi F.xeter St. 125 KI.oXnA LYNX I ' .tUliir-ill-rh irf A sixl nut . Uhl ini ' I ' ixlirr i;n vi-:xA i:s ' rKs Jliixinrxx Mauiini r xixhiulx. 1,’iitli Hall. Maariiii l‘iar AI.H ' I ' : IJAKIX l.ilirarii Ihlilar Ax. ' ixlaul. I’lhri-rii IL ' hr I )( »U( )TIIY ItIClIAKI IS .1 7 Ihlihtr Asxisliiul. I ' hiiuur I ' Ihiiut AX AFTI K TIIOT’CHT Sow this hook’s last pajje is coiiiplotod, tin voi ' v last flossy recoiv(‘(l, Tlie staff ' s last lnty is eiidod — tludr iiniids are iimcli relieved — They shall rest and faith they shall need it - lie down for a month or two. Till the call for another dnty shall set them to work anew. AT)W you’ve rea l thrn the “E.meksoxiax " — jio easy in ])lacin yoni’ blame. For no one has worked foi " money, and no one has worked for fame; Hnt each for the joy of woi’kin and each in her office hours Has wiatten the thinjis as she saw them i-evealed in the ancient stars. When yon leave yonr Alma Matei- and the fi-iends yon valneil so. Fnt this hook in amoii” yonr treasur( s — take it with yon wherever yon " o. And after the day’s cares and worries, as yon lonii ' ie in yonr chair hy the tiie. Tnrn hack for a while to yonr school days, ami ])lay on lemoi-y ' s lyi-e. 127 h K ' The Largest School of Oratory in America m-: K L. vKi: rK soi thw ick, The Emerson College of Oratory ' I’lic lOmcrsoii of’ ()i ' ;i1ory, of Itosloii, is cliarliM (‘d hy llic ( ' oiiiiiioii- wrallli of .Massaclinsctls and lias a lai ' ui ' r mnnlicr of tcaciHMs and |)iiiiils lliaii any ollioi- similar insliintion in tin I ' nitod Stall ' s. It Icacln ' s oratory as an art rosiinm npon ahsidntc laws of natnri ' , c.xidaini ' d and illnslratcd hy exact rules id’ scii ' iice, and i es a tlioronjili traininj in all the principles npon which this art is hased. ' I ' lie course of four yi ' ars leading to the di ' ”i-ee id ' 15.L.I. ipialities stndenfs to heroine professors and teachi ' rs of elocution and oratory in institnfions of leatnini:. as well as to heconie pnidic ri adei s. Seventy i;radnates wi ' ri idaced last year in colleites, not anal, and liii;h schools, acadeniii ' s and seniinaries. and more than fifty wi ' fe working ' tindi ' r various ( nlertainmenl and platform hm eans. ■ coni|d(‘te system id ' IMivsical Traininj; and X ' oici ' ( ' nitnre, a new method of Analysis. Natnral Ki ' iiderinj;. (iestnre and the ] rinciph ' s of Xew IMiilosophy of Ivx]iri‘ssion ate thoronjildy taught. Summer and Evening Sessions Kir t SemcstiT Opens in Septeinlier. Si ' conil Seinestei- Oiiens in .lannai ' .v. , t the l•ecomnlendat ion of the .Massachnselts Uoard of I ' hlncation. the Lejiislatnre has recently enipowi ' red tin Kmerson ( ' idle je of (tratory to ei ' ant t he de ;i ' ( e of Bachelor of Literary Interpretation to stiidi ' iits who have fnltilled tin entrance reipiiri ' ineiits and passed snccess- fnlly the foiii- yeai ' s of colle«ie work. The rrolessioiial Dijdonia, with h ' ss exact iim reipiii emeiiti; than for the d( ' j;Tee conrsi . is j;i-anted to stiidi ' iits who pnrsne a four years ' conrsi ' . Thoroniih courses in lAiiilish Literature. I’eda.yo y, Khetoric, Dramatic . rt, I’lav Writinji’. Story Tellinj . . natoniy. IMiysiolo y and IMiysical ( ' nitnre, Lectnies. Iveadiniis, and Kecitals. Scienlitic and I’ractical work in eveiy dejia I t nieiit . l-’or ( ' atalopiie and further information, address Harry Seymour Ross, Dean Ur TI (.TO M.VMI5KKS - fU TI. (;T0 . KM K - IJOSTO.V, M.ASS. I’ort raittn-e wliicli imparts one ' s person- ality is the hind v( ' jaM tect in onr studios. We are »nided l)v artistic impulses, and oni- woik shows it. A plioto faph whieli is i-eally on is indceless. Individuality is Our Password Wliy not call today? 105 THE.MOXT STUEET BOSTON ' , .M. SS. BEA( H 1810 dill and -lack sat at tlie hack ( )f the movinji picture show, rm-nm-m ? T ' m-nm-m I Von ' ve tried it, so yon know. ’I.A§.S COIA hA ' TOK ' .s CIIAXT How lear to my Inairt 1$ tlie caSh of .f nli. ' ?cri])t ion Wlien tlie (MieronS .SnhSc-riher l re§entt t it to view. Hnt the one who won ' t pay I refrain fi-om di ' Sci ihiii” I ' ' or oil, my dear reader. That one mijulit he yon. Hayden Costume Co. Costumes for the Amateur Stage, Operas, Carnivals Masquerades, Etc. 780 WASHINGTON STREET, Opp. Hollis Street, BOSTON, M. SS. .1. M. V I N E Telephone Connection Ve Craftsman Studio Fh ntograph ic Fo rtrait u re Framing Restoring rOIM,KV S( I AKE !5A( K HAV 7040 561 Boylston Streel - Boslon, Massachusetts Huntington Chambers ' Tea Room ' (‘ S(M VC Xu ROOM 430 - Always Ready for the College Girl - - - li ilioii.s Soups ami Salails. ’ari( ty of Samlw iciu s. (’alecs. I’ics and rmldiii is. Hot Diiides . ' x- and 10c. (’audv. An ideal place to lunch a::id buy goodies to tcike home THE BAKE SHOP 19 HUNTINGTON AVE. TELEPHONE DR. CHARLES A. DRAPER FOOT SPECIALIST. SURGEON CHIROPODIST iTK n i m ' NTi. ;To ( iiamdkus, :«» m nti (;to. avenck ( ' (H ' LEV S( rAKE, I50ST0N, MASS. Telephone, Beach 418 V antine Vantine H ome an d Stud lo Portraiture Ph olograph ers - - - Special Rates for Emerson 154 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON, MASS. Between Tremont Street and Park Square Attention, Girls - - - Telephone Back Bay 4315 Alice G. Conley Marcel Wave - Manicuring - Shampooing Facial and Scalp Treatment 25 Huntington Avenue Room 204 New Studios dot; l- ' it ' tli .Avenue ;{!»2 Fit ' tli .Avenue IMiiladtdpliia Studios tdll Walnut Street Boston Studios Kit Treiuoiit Street 1 4 Treiiiout Street Memories are the Greatest Treasures of Life Photographs are Memories that never fade - - - Commencement Photographs - - - l ( ' liaiMplain in laler life alVord a coiit iimoiis source of uiifad itiy iiiemoi ' it s of lli(‘ class and field. Siircinl Unirs I ' .rlrndi 1 lo I ' J iiicrsoii (Uillcur NC t c ) .s- ( ' lass IMioloofapliei s for lOmerson ( ' olleoe I ' .Ml ' Cll. ' f I ' .Ml i ' .llo I!) Id 1!II7 - I ' .MS 1!M!) - I ' .lL’d and class pliotojirajtlier for more Ilian one linndred sclioids ;uid coll( o(‘s COPLEY LUNCH and TEA ROOM 18 Huntington Avenue Miss E. Heymann Room 20, Second Floor — Elevator COPLEY SQ. CONFECTIONERY hk;h grade Fruits, Chocolates, Sodas, Ice Cream, Home Made Candies H I ' N ' TI NtiTOX AVKXl ' K, I ' nder Kincrsoii ( ' ollejn ' Tidcplioiic (’oiin. M. A. FAY ( OREEA ' RIIEDIXX; ROOM 21 18 HlXTIXliTOX AVEXIE Hairdressing - Shampooing - Manicuring Scalp Treatment and Marcel Wave B.B. 4195 If you don’t know - - - " DADDY " FAUST - - - Ask one of the Phi Mu Gamma Girls Support The Emerson Collefpe Endowment Eiuid T h e Hoiva ? xl - W esso 1 1 Company E)i gravers for the 1922 Kmersnnian Graphic Arts Building Worcester, Massachusetts THE HARRIGAN PRESS (INCORPORATED) Better Kind of Printers Thousands of dollars a year are spent by the schools and colleges of this country on printing which belittles the institu- tions sending it out Don’t be one of them. Come to the Better Kind of Printers, the kind that has specialized over twenty years in School and College Printing. Let us estimate on your next publication. - - - Printers of the 1 922 Emersonian - - - THE HARRIGAN PRESS., Inc. AUSTIN and HIGH STS., WORCESTER, MASS. Telephone Park 1230


Suggestions in the Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) collection:

Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1918 Edition, Page 1

1918

Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1919 Edition, Page 1

1919

Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1920 Edition, Page 1

1920

Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1922 Edition, Page 1

1922

Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1923 Edition, Page 1

1923

Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1924 Edition, Page 1

1924

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.