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FEBRUARY i — To our utter surprise — a social. Dr. Har- dy gives C. B. an opportunity to plead his cause. Bishop Mouzon speaks at 7 P.M. 6 — Paderewski at Ryman. Piano students attend. 10 — Revival services begin, Rev. Wise preaching during the week. 17 — Revival services continue. 20 — Services close. Fifteen or twenty at altar. 22 — Holiday. Pictures taken for " Darda. " Social in afternoon. 23 — Snow ! 25 — Miss Alma Wiggs called home. 26 — Dr. A. P. Gouthey at First Church. 27 — Dr. Gouthey lectures at college. 28 — Exams. Everybody studious. 29 — Extra day. More exams. MARCH 3 — Registration. 4 — New quarter begins in earnest. 5 — Dr. Hardy gives a chapel talk on " Feasts of Old Testament. " 9 — B. F. Neely begins revival at First Church. 10 — Snowed all day. 11 — Rev. Neely conducts chapel services din- ing week. 13 — Mrs. Trail continues to stay by her topic, " No talking during chapel, or in halls. " 16 — Male quartette goes to Springfield. 17 — Francis ' s birthday. He won ' t tell how old he is. 19 — Southern home burned. Our boys are real heroes. 21 — First day of spring, but feels like first day of winter. Y. P. go to Erin, Tenn. 23 — Rev. Neely concludes revival at First Church. 25 — Elizabeth Rogers gives her expression re- cital. 30 — Prof. London gives lecture on tobacco, at S. S. 31 — Winter returns. APRIL 7 — Dr. Hardy returns from Indiana Preach- ers ' Meeting. 9 — Preachers go to Clarksville. 15 — Elizabeth Hawkins and Laura Smith give their graduating piano recital. 17 — Irene Holland gives her graduating pro- gram in expression. 18 — Social in afternoon. A surprise. 21 — Work begun on new building. 27 — Just one more month. MAY 1 — Work on building progressing nicely. 5 — Miss Mattie Fae Leckie and Mr. Durrell Shelton give their graduating program. 7 — Bro. and Sr. Ferguson speak at chapel and prayer meeting. 11 — Mother ' s Day. 13 — Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. McLain and Miss Ber- nie Lee Godbold give their graduating recital. 25 — Baccalaureate sermon. Theological pro- gram. 26 — Senior Academy program. 27 — The Last has been said. Students say " Farewell. " " The Lord watch between us till we meet again. " 61
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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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