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Page 63 text:
alend SEPTEMBER -Students arrive. -Registration. -Classes arranged. -First chapel service. Rules on. Faculty members introduced. -First Sunday in T. C. Did not have to go to Sunday school. Special car for church. -Class work begins in reality. Grace Gat- tis arrives. -Class in Physical Ed. organized. -Saturday night street services begin. -First Church again. No S. S. -Faculty meets. -Prayer meeting. Rev. and Mrs. Burnett sing. -First social. OCTOBER i — Faculty meets. 2 — Vocal students attend program at Ryman. 3 — Prayer meeting. 8 — Gypsy Smith at Ryman. io — Prayer meeting, led by Mr. Wilkerson. 12 — Columbus Day. Social in afternoon. 13 — Bro. and Sr. Ferguson, missionaries from South America, hold services in chapel at night. 15 — Talk on table manners at supper. 19 — Literary society. 20 — No heat — prayer meeting in parlor. 59
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INDUSTRIAL WORKERS Athletics T revecca College realizes the need of a sound mind in a sound body, and would not only emphasize mental and spiritual training, but also the training and development of the physical. The Athletic Club of said institution was organized September, 19 19. A cam- paign was put on by the students to raise money to build a basketball court and a tennis court, which proved very successful. Since that time the club has grown and is doing excellent work. At present, however, the work is being promoted under many difficulties. There are now two basketball teams organized, namely, the Senior Basketball Team and the Junior Basketball Team. These teams have been alive and have created a sensation in the school. The score has been a tie. There is one tennis club in the institution. This club also has made much prog- ress during the last year. 58
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22 — Academy Senior outing, Shelby Park. 25 — Hurrah! Heat at last. 26 — Social — of course it was welcome! 30 — Fisk Jubilee Singers. 31 — Prayer meeting. Miss Agnew leads. NOVEMBER 2 — Literary society. S. S. Convention. 7 — College students have outing at Shelby Park. 10 — Washing and ironing day. 12 — Expression program. 13 — Mr. Huff leaves for a rest. 14 — A dressing table comes from boys ' dorm to girls ' dorm? ? ? ? 16 — Girls come from Chattanooga. Arrived a week early for V. P. Convention. 17 — Very cold. 19 — Col. Kelly speaks in chapel at night. 20 — Prof. London speaks in chapel. 21 — Physical Ed. in chapel. You should see the girls perform. 23 — No Literary society. S. S. Convention at First Church. 25 — Prof. Strickland speaks in Chapel Hall Sunday evening. 26 — Miss Thompson speaks in chapel. 29 — Thanksgiving. Exams all day. Oh, my! 30 — Big dinner. Social in afternoon. Gen- eral social at night in chapel. DECEMBER 1 — Garnet Hines arrives. Morning after the night before. 2 — Dr. Riddell at First Church. Continues during week. 3 — Dr. Riddell lectures at the chapel services during the week. (. — Love and Matrimony lecture by Dr. Rid- dell. All the maidens and bachelors turn out. 11 — Several prominent teachers seek private interviews with Dr. Riddell. 12 — Miss Sparks interviews Dr. Riddell. Wonder what he told her. 13 — Mrs. Dilzer ' s students give a piano and violin recital. 15 — Mrs. Carter ' s piano students give a reci- tal. 17 — Miss Carroll ' s voice pupils and Mrs. London ' s piano pupils give a program. 19 — Prayer meeting. Dr. Hardy announces about the offer of the 15 thousand dollars — and our new building. 21 — School dismissed at noon for the holidays. 22 — Few remain to make the most of the holi- days. They take a few trips to Joy ' s, Shelby Park, etc. 23 — Miss Agnew : and Miss Klee go to Cooke- ville for a meeting. JANUARY 2 — Students return from home ready for a new year. 3 — Freezing — six below zero. 6 — Fire destroys Pierce home. Bro. Pierce badly burned. 7 — Staff representatives elected. 8 — Prof. London talks on social lines. 10 — Staff editors announced. Miss Ada Car- roll returns. 13 — Beautiful snow! 15 — Zola Knight called home by illness of mother. 17 — Justine Bruce and Mr. Win. Dumm are married. 20 — Whew — so cold ! 22 — Boosters sing in chapel. Staff members talk. Subscriptions taken. 24 — Wm. Jennings Bryan at Ryman. Stu- dents attend. Boosters ' banner in chapel. 25 — Winners bring forth their banner and sing us a song. 29 — Chorus practices. 31 — Boosters sing and give poem, and of course then the Winners sing and give their poem. 60
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