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1 Clemson University TigerPrints Tiger Newsppers Publictions Tiger Vol. XVI No Clemson University Follow this nd dditionl works t: https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/tiger_newspper Mterils in this collection my be protected by copyright lw (Title 7, U.S. code). Use se mterils beyond exceptions provided for in Fir Use nd Eductionl Use cluses U.S. Copyright Lw my violte federl lw. For dditionl rights informtion, plese contct Kirstin O'Keefe (kokeefe [t] clemson [dot] edu) For dditionl informtion bout collections, plese contct Specil Collections nd Archives by phone t or vi emil t cuscl [t] clemson [dot] edu Recommended Cittion University, Clemson, " Tiger Vol. XVI No " (9). Tiger Newsppers. 34. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/tiger_newspper/34 This News Article is brought to you for free nd open ccess by Publictions t TigerPrints. It hs been ccepted for inclusion in Tiger Newsppers by n uthorized dministrtor TigerPrints. For more informtion, plese contct

2 SENIORS GIVE BLOCK "C" DANCE APRIL FIFTEEN QKger oi^-*^7 HE ROARS FOR CLEMSON VOL. XVI. NO. CLEMSOX COLLEGE, S. C, APRIL 3, 83. Tiger Nine Win SWIMMING MEET Juniors Elect TIGERS IN RACE Cinder Men To FOR STATE TITLE HELD SATURDAY Meet Georgi From Erskine Tps ' Stff Owens' Timely hit Wins Gme Dvis Pitches Cool Stedy Gme Hut few Errors Mde. Clemson opened her seson ginst stte tems lst Wednesdy by defeting Erskine 3 to in close contest on home dimond. It ws nybody's gme up until finl out in ninth inning. Erskine took led erly in gme nd trickled two runners over home plte before Clemson mn hd sfely reched first bse. But when clemson did strt, strt ws enough to cpture gme. big inning for Clemson cme: Herron received free pss to first, Erskine's fielders seemed to ibecome rttled nd severl errors resulted When dust clered wy Tiger ws perched on ech bg, nd one hd crossed plte. Owens cme to bt nd plced net single over second 'bse. fielders threw home in n ttempt to ctch mn re, nd Owens strted for second, Erskine's ctchers threw to second nd while ll this, ws hppening third Clemson runner cme in for finl score gme. Thus Clemson took dvntge prcticlly only opportunity to mke runs nd reby took bcon. Erskine ws fvored with mny more opportunities to score but filed to deliver necessry punch which mkes runs. However, Due West tem put up strong bid for bigend score nd did not give up hope or fight until finl mn ws put out in ir hlf ninth. Dvis pitched cool, stedy, gme nd deserved to win or necessry support. Erskine hs good tem nd hs been tlked s mking high bid for stte chmpionship. CALENDAR OF FVENTS Wednesdy April 3 Vrsity bsebll gme t 4:0 P. M., Furmn vs. Clemson. Fridy April 5 Vrsity bsebll gme t Greenwood Newberry versus Clemson. Newberry versus Clemson Meeting Literry Societies Senior Dnce in College Gym. Sturdy April 0 Trck meet t Clemson, Georgi versus Clemson. Vrsity bsebll gme Cmp B'enning versus Clemson. Lyceum in College Chpel Tuesdy April 7 Vrsity 'bsebll gme t Greenville, Furmn versus Clemson. Tech Fishes Prove too Good for Tigers nd Defets m 39 to 7. Oftin Gerty Wins Only 3. V. Mrtin to Edit College Annul First Plce. in. Wf Hm < to!>: Business Mnger. Tigers were bested in swimming meet held in Y, Sturdy Junior Clss held meeting night, finl score being Tech 39, on night April seventh for Clemson 7. meet ws interestpurpose electing stll' for Tps ing thruout nd showed tht both tems hd few fine swimmers. '. following were elected: J. V. Mrtin Editor-in-chief. Tech won every first plce in N. Willims Business Mnger. meet except one which ws won by T. Tylor, Advertising Mnger. cptin Gerty Tiger Fishes. R. T. Hlsted, Militry Book. Gerty did forty yrd bck J. B. Armstrong, Stire Book. stroke in thirty seconds, defeting L. A. Burkemeyer, Club nd Rr Tech by oout one se:ond. Royl ws nor Tigers who Clsses. showed up well; he cme out second in twenty yrd dsh nd second in one hundred yrd. big feture meet however ws wonderful swimming ld clled DeArmond for Georgi school. This ld is veritble fish nd he is undoubtly one fstesrt swimmers in south. In 00 yrd swim he won rce nd lso broke sourn record by one fifth second. His time ws one minute nd fifth, which is bout one second fster thn sourn record tody. DeArmond hs one prettiest crwl strokes ever seen in locl pool, nd his feet seem to work like propellers. Cureton nd Frser lso did fine swimming for Tech tem. Tech hs wonderful swimming tem nd it is not so hrd to tke defet from tem this kind. 0 yrds: DeArmond Tech: Royl-Clemson. 40 yrd: Cirreton, Rr Tech; Mikell 3 Clemson. Medledy: Cureton Tech ; Newmn Clemson. Bck: Gerty-Clemson RrTech. Brest yrd: DeArmond Frser Tech; Royl Clemson 3. Rely: Tech ; Clemson. TEXNIS TOURNAMENT SATURDAY J. P. Biles Athletics. R. A. Freemn, Art Editor. H. W. Hood, nd D. H. McArn Ass-'stnt Art Editors. All se men re prominent members Junior Clss. y hve lwys tken much interest in clss ctivities s well s in generl ctivities student body. In election stff for nnul, personl opinions were lid side nd men were elected who were thought to be best fitted for ir respective positions. Without doubt this stff will be Successful in getting out Tps ', nd we ^-c looking forwrd with mny nticiptions for nnul nexet yer. SCRUBS SPLIT TWO Scrubs Lose First to Piedmont; n Tke Second. Crosslnd Pitches Fine Bll in Second Gme scrub tem, which went to bttle Piedmont college nine split difference by losing first gme nd n /by coming bck nd winning second contest. first gme proved to be wlk over for Georgit tem, but for i second gme re ws nor story to tell. Red Willims strted f first gme, but he did not show up to his usul form, nd in first inning lds from Georgi piled up four tllies. Lter on in gme Russell ws substituted for Willims nd he pitched good bll for rest gme. gme however ws lredy lost nd his pitching ws in vin. second gme however sw different ending. Crosslnd ws in box for little Tigers; he ws in re to 'bet Piedmont, nd he surely succeeded. He pitched wonderful bll thruout entire gme nd t no time ws he in dnger being hit too ten. It is fct tht t end gme when hits were counted up he hd not given Piedmonters but two. In this second gme entire tem plyed fine bll, 'nd score remins to show results it. Clemson hd second tem in osebll which it should be proud. Or gmes re 'being scheduled for se men nd we feel sure tht y will bring bcon home or t lest prt met. score gmes re: first gme, Clemson Piedmont 6; Second gme, Clemson 3, Piedmont Tennfls will hold prt thletic stge In combintion with trck nd bsebll here Sturdy. Wford Terriers come here to ply Tigers in dul tournment. Throughout pst two weeks Tigers hve been holding elimintion tournments for purpose selecting best men. Present indictions point to Hines (nd St. John in doubles nd Hines or St John in singles. Wford hs strong tem which will put up good fight. Wford tem will rrive Sturdy morning nd singles will begin bout 0 o'clock. doubles will be plyed bout 3 in fternoon. Mnger Henriquez hs smood courts f nd gretly improved m during pst few weeks. He hs written severl colleges bout tournments, but dtes conflicted so tht only few meets could be rrnged. schedule + present clls for tournment with Wford here on Sturdy; Stte Tournment t Wford on My 3. 4, nd 5; duel tournment with Mrs. W. M. Riggs entertined t Citdel t Chrleston; nd S. I A. A. Tournment. dte nd crds on Tuesdy fternoon in honor plce S. I. A. A. Tournment Mrs. Lutz Chicgo, guest Mrs. Rlph Rmseur. hs not been nnounced. On Wednesdy fternoon, t residence Mrs. D. W. Dniel, Mrs. Dniel nd Mrs. E. M. Brdley received bout one hundred nd fifty friends in honor Mrs. Lutz. Mrs. Dniel's ttrctive home ws unusully beutiful on tht occsion nd reception one most delightful yer. Those who ssisted in entertining were - Mdmes Cummings. Drgn, Mrtin.Clhoun, Mills, Hunter Henry, Long, Riggs, Shnklin, Klugh Erle, Newmn, Bryn, Evns nd Miss Floride Clhoun. Vocl music by Mrs. Tolstrup Mrs. Sligh nd Mrs. Slon, nd pino selections by Mrs. Stoney dded to plesure guests. Bridge Club met with Mrs. Mrs. Shepprd hs been spending Mrs. Roberts Nshville Tenn. who hs been visiting her dughter. Frnk Drgn on Wednesdy morn- few weeks with her dughter, Mrs. Fox. ing. Mrs. Stoney, hs left for Mobile. So Fr Ten Gmes Hve Been Plyed Between S. C. Tems. Furmn And Clemson Led With No Gmes Trck Seson Opens Sturdy Lost, Tiger s Hve Fst Tem Georgi is tl;e First foe. Now tht rce for stte bsketbll title is over, we look forwrd to winning stte bsebll title. So fr re hve been ten gmes plyed between different colleges stte. ik'rskine hs plyed five se ten gmes n- hs lost only one nd tht to Tigers. Wford is only stte tem tht hs not met ny or South Crolin tems;she meets Citdel tody. Clemson nd Furmn hve honor leding list with no losses to ir credit. y however hve not plyed but one gme ech in stte, Clemson plying nd defeting Seceders t Clemson on April fifth nd Furmn defeting lds from Newtberry. Erskine hs, fine record nd one tht will ''be hrd to 'bet. We feel sure tht Tigers hve tem good enough to tckle ny tem in stte. gme tht will be plyed tody between Tigers nd Furmn will put winners this gme t top list. loser this contest will drop probbly down s fr s fourth plce in list bectuse fct tht she will hve only 500 per cent. So now lit is up to Tigers to win gme from Furmn nd keep her plce t top list where she belongs. stnding tems re listed below: College Won Clemson Furmn Erskine 4 P. C. Crolin Newberry Citdel 0 Col. Chs. 0 Lost Pet FIVE MEN TRY FOR COMMISSIONS On Mondy five seniors left college to go to Columbi to stnd preliminry exmintion for commissions in regulr rmy. men who went to stnd this exmintion were T. L. McMeekin, H. B. Mulkey, J. J. Smith. C. E. Ptterson, nd G. H. Melton. preliminry exmintion ws held t Cmp Jckson on Tuesdy nd ws more or less generl nture. finl exmintion for se commissions will be held on April twentyfifth. This exmintion will cover lrge number college subjects, re being lrge number electives nd exemptions however. only subject on which Clemson Seniors will hve to tke exmintions is nlytics. On or subject, from which y re exempt y will be given n rbitry grde eighty. five who went to Columbi this week re in ernest nd expect to be enrolled in Uncle Sm's Army in erly summer. After severl weeks hrd nd stedy trining, trck tem hs rounded into shpe for its first encounter. Coch Stewrt hs kept cinder men stedily going since regimentl trck meet. Hrd workouts hve been order dy up until tody when tem begins to rest in preprtion for first meet Sturdy. Tigers hve not yet ibeen in meet with nor tem; but in intrtem meets, some very creditble times hve been mde. Coch Stewrt hs devoted prcticlly his entire time to trining trck tem, nd s result Clemson hs one most promising tems her history. Nothing much is known Georgi's tem; but since Georgi puts out good tem in ll or brnches sport she will probbly hve very strong trck tem. Two etter men re on her tem, :but she hs severl exceedingly fst nonetter men. Coch Stegemn hs been using ll his time in coching his trck tem; ccordingly, Tigers willl meet worthy foe when Georgins come upon trck. meet will begin t :30 P. M. Tigers' line-up will probbly -be s follows: 00 yrd dsh Slley, Smith. mile run Young, Grrison. 0 yrd dsh Slley.Smith. 0 yrd high huddle Wde, Owens, or Willims. 440 yrd dsh Redfern, Zeigler, F. M. mile run Cnnon urrison, or Fripp. 0 yrd low hurdles Wde, Willims. 880 yrd run Gower, Kilgore or Zeigler, C. H. Pole vult Bryn, Pepper. 6 lb. shot put Gilmer Colbert. High jump Willims, Owens. Discus throw Colbert, Gilmer. Brod jump Owens, Willims. Jvelin Hrdin, Gilmer. Rely Redfern Zeigler, Yongue, O'Neill. AUBURN TAKKS TWO Auburn Downs Tigers in two Listless Gmes. Ollinger Pitches Fine Bll For Plinsmen. Score:,. Auburn Tigers proved too strong for Clemson Tigers nd consequently defeted m in two mes by score twelve to one in ech gme. Boozer nd Sweedenberg pitched first gme while Owens nd Dvis were hurlers for Clemson.in second fry. Both gmes sw numerous errors nd gret number hits by Auburnites. Auburn, we hve herd, hs wonderful tem, nd she surely proved it in se two gmes. tem goes to Columbus where y will tckle cmp Benning tem. From re Tigers will come home nd tke Furmn hornets on for bout. Thursdy morning Mrs. J. M. Cummins gve bridge luncheon in honor Mrs. Lutz nd Mrs. Hrconi'be. Mrs. W. P. Cornell Columbi, ws guest Mrs. Lewis nd Mrs. Long Thursdy, nd ddressed On Fridy fternoon Mrs. Long women Episcopl church on Thursdy fternoon. Her tlk ws gve n informl te in honor Mrs. Roberts. most interesting nd helpful.

3 Clemson 'Tigers." George: No, but kero-sene him Low y rool m." Tennessee "Volunteers." this morning nd he hsn't benzene mink. V. M. I. "Cdets." since. University Florid "AlligBby: "I wnt my bottle." Founded by Clss '07. tors". Geometry Problem Mor: "Keep quit, you re just Oglethorpe "Petrels." To prove tht Freshmn is not like your fr." Tr Bby. Published weekly by Corps,'or h two cents. Cdets Clemson College. LETS KEEP THE TRACK Pro: Before Prohibition when every Officil Orgn Clemson AthIX GOOD ORDER A freshmn is boy. First Brodwy Dughter did not hve letic Assocition nd Clemson openioig his eyes upon world. to sip sod-wter y used to wine Alumni Assocition. Athletic Assocition under A bby is crier. Ask ny nd dine, but now y dine nd direction Co:b Stewrt hs mrried mn. Subscription Rtes: whine. Nine Months (Weekly) $.50 gretly improved Ir-si during A crier is one sent Ask Six Months (Weekly).00 pst few weeks. Up until this Western Union Compny. Bull Den: "Frnk I didn't know spring trck hd been used s n One sent is not worth two cents I ws so good looking." Entered s Second Clss Mtter t utomobile nd bicycle highwy s Note present finncil condition Frnk: "Who sid you were? Post Office t Clemson College, much s i.t hd bee:i used for trck worth wo cents. Axiom I, things Bull: "Mry Sprunt told me I ws South Crolin. purposes. Since trck hs been which re equl to sme thing, or mong best looking boys t T. J. WEBB Editor nd Bus. Mgr. smood.nd, leveled f,. n uto- to equl things, re equl to ech dnce." W. J. ERWIN Co-operting Editor mobile would do untold dmge in or. 'Frnk: " 'Tis ll true Bull, I sw running on it; ccordingly, if nyone A. P. COLES Associte Editor you mong m." is seen to strt towrd trck in COLONEL'S ARRESTS W. M. <REDFERN Associte Editor :r be sure to cll him down. (With pologies to Kipling) F. T. PERRY Athletic Editor oreticl Cure Agin lrge number G. D. GRICE Asso. Athletic Editor Freshie: "I've just,put my hnd students hve hbit sitting on I've tken my fun where I found it; on hot iron. Wht must I do? M. T. DUNLAP Alumni Editor L. G. PERRITT "Y" nd Lit. Soc. bnks round trck nd I've rnged nd I've romed in my Senior: "Red Crlyle's Essys on time; G. A. HARRISON "Grbge Cn" throwing smll stones t or stuburns." Mink. C. E. PATTERSON "Sidelines" dents down on edge field I've hd my pick rrests, A lrge number se stones hve And two lot were prime, Cousin Nell: "Suppose your chick Circultion Deprtment: been flling on -trck. Also lys n egg, will you give it to me?" L. C. CHAPPELL Circultion Mgr. especilly during bll gmes, stuone ws gurd room rrest; Jonny: "No I will sell it to J. D. WARNER Asso. Cr. Mnger dents s well s visitors hve 'been One ws simple confinement; Museum; tht chick is rooster." throwing empty nop bottles from One ws close cll t best Ex. EDITORIAL. bnks down on trck. re is one tht mde me repent. gret dnger se bottles breka SAD TALE re is gret mount prech- ing nd covering trck with loose I ws n innocent one t Clemson glnss. Now both stones nd ing writing, lecturing, nd scolding Shy s Fresh to begin time ws in November, on subject success being given glss fer mens injury to our Room rrest y gve me Lst July yer go iby certin clss people in thletes, for se rticles my cuse And tht ws clever s sin. And 'tws midnight on me ocen "tonebruises, shin-splints, or cuts ll world tody. It is doubtful wher Not street cr ws in sight; se "know-it-lls" ever stopped to which would cuse gret pin to Not so bd s might hve been, sun ws shining brightly, relize tht success is ccomplished trck mn nd which might cuse But regulr first bse hit. Tho' it rined ll dy tht night. by thousnds different people in him to hve to stop trining for ccme It showed me wy 'Tws winter dy in summer, thousnds different wys with time. Clemson hs one best To hrd study nd py, rin ws snowing fst thousnds different objects in trck tems in her history; re- And I lerned bout rrest from it. While brefoot boy with shoes on view. fore, students should id in keepst stnding in glss; ing trck in its best condition n y relesed me to It ws evening nd rising "Efficiency, so-clled, is too ten nd not use it s rodwy or Act in cpcity s bugler forever Sun ws setting in West, just wsted energy wsted in n refuse pil. re's when I owned delin- And little fishes m -he trees effort to retrieve someone's error." quency, Were huddled in ir nests, BASEBALL For my nme filed to pper While rin ws pouring upwrd (Events re crowding upon- us in never moon ws shining bright fct tht Tiger bsebll Funny nd strnge s it my seem. rpid succession now. Less thn And everything tht you could see forty dys remins before senior tem hs lost six gmes nd hs been But n's when I got bit Ws hidden out sight exms begin, nd by tht time ll victorious in only one is not very I filed to blow reveille As orgn peeled onion scheduled collegite events must encourging. However, re is so To tune so merrily, Lrd ws rendered by choir hve tken 'plce. Our bsebll se much to consider tht we do not And I lerned bout rrest from it. And while sexton rng bell son is less n hlf over; severl believe chnces for successful Someone stly hollered fire! trck meets must be pulled f with- seson re completely lost. n one Sundy morning I decided Holy smoke cried precher vrsity nine hve plyed only in next month; stte to In rush he lost his hir, ortoricl contest, tringulr de- one gme in stte, nd were Do some work on my cr. Now his hed, its looks like Heven bte nd severl literry societies victorious in tht one. seson is I took f my blouse nd rolled my For re is no prting re. nnul celebrtions re or events still young, nd our tem hs sleeves Dvidsonin which re scheduled 'for next chnce to redeem mselves nd to But tht missed being wise by fr. four weeks. Lst, but by no mens get stte chmpionship. six Peculir nd romntic s it my Ups nd Downs lest, is junior-senior bnquet, gmes which Tiger nine lost were seem, "Did you cll up Edith this mornwhich is slted for my twentieth. to tems which represented best n's when I hd fit. ing?" bsebll tems in South. It is juniors re plnning n elboaround corner Ford Sedn "Yes, but she wsn't down." rte ffir this yer nd re is no lmost impossible for tem At top notch speed rn "Why didn't you cll her down?" doubt but tht it will be biggest recruits such s our tem is compos- And I lerned bout rrest from it. "Lecuse she wsn't up." ed this yer, to go up ginst socil function yer. "Cll her up now nd cll her best tems in south nd win I took my fun where I found it, down for not being down when you In studying over nmes given coches hve given men ll And now I must py for tht fun. in thletics by vrious colleges, prctice possible, but it tkes more you know Colonel, clled her up." New 'Hmpshrie it is found tht s generl rule time to develop mchine which is less you will forget to run; colleges choose some form cpble winning from strong- And end if it is sitting nd nimls. However, nmes which est S. I. A. A. tems. thinking hrdest gmes on schedule Dreming Freedom to see. colleges give to ir heroes, re not limited in ny wy. In Sotitr. "nve been plyed. tem will So tke my dvice (which I know you Crolin, we hve wide rnge' prit by errors mde, nd will will not) from Furmn "Hornets" to be better ble to ply tems in And lern bout rrest from me. All Kinds Pork nd Susge, Pish Newberry "Indins " from Cro- stte. If every student will begme nd Oysters in Seson. lin "Gmecocks" to Clemson Teve in tem, nd mke Sundy Night dreming dte "Tigers." colleges choose plyers relize tht corps hs I'm missing joke's on me. WESTERN BEEF EXCLUSIVELY nme for ir college.from some confidence in m wo will hve Produce When We Are Able To Get It. If niml, insect, humn, or innimte successful bsebll seson. "God (bless girls, students "let up," tem will "let object, whichever be cse mywe'll never scold m Open AH Time for be becuse some dmirble up" too. y ply just s hrd *, CASH It mtters not how qulities which bird, niml, or ir supporiers expe' m too. Tiger bsebll tem hs insect possesses. following is list few fifteen more gmes this seson. Let colleges nd pet nmes usei in us help m win every one those gmes. Bck tem! Help ir thletics: tem win! We wnt stte chmpion Citdel "Bulldogs." ship nd must hve it! Furmn "Hornets." HiHB Swnee "Tigers." re is Royster brnd for every G. Tech "Yellow Jckets" nd GARBAGE CAN crop. prcticl experience 3 "Golden Torndo." yers is combined with scientific B "Gwge" Hrrison, Trsh Mn experience highly pid experts, Wshington nd Lee " with results tht FSR brnds, Generls." fcr whtever purpose, srive corauburn " Plinsmen." Jzz Bby Epps: "Hve you jeen rect proportions plnt food deerskine " Seceders" to see your girl?" rived from tho mterils prticulrly suited to crop for which it is incentre " Colonels." Te Hound Hyes: "I hve you tended. difference in producuniversity Virgini "Old know." tion ttests effectiveness se Jzz Bby Epps: "Well how did Dominion." methods. University 'North Crolin* you find her?" Te Hound Hyes: "Oh, very esy. "Tr Heels." Crolin " Gmecocks." Vou see I knew where she lived." Dvidson^ "Wildcts." Presbyterin College S. C. John Schroder: "Do mrried men NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. live longer thn single men?" "Blue Stockins." Pinky: "No ir lives merely Newberry "Indins" Columbi, S. C. Bltimore, Md. Lynchburg, V. Princeton "Tigers" seem longer." Columbus, G. Toledo, O. Atlnt, G. Montgomeryi Al. Trboro, N. C. Mcon, G. University Cliforni "PeliChrlotte, N. C. Birminghm, Al. Sprtnburg, S. C. Jim Kinrd: "Hve you seen Al?' cns" Kichnond, V. Wford "Terriers." George Hrtzell: "Al who?" Jim: "Alcohol. Yle "Bulldogs" Tiger SEE KELLER B4 Buying' Clothing, Shoes, Etc. I hve nice line Shoes, Hts, Shirts, Ties nd Collrs. I cn lso fit you to ROYAL.TAILORED Mdeto-Mesure Suit. Come down nd tke look. WOOL SHIRTS LOCKHART PUTTEES, $3.00 I. L. KELLER Attention, Clemson Men Specil Service Given Cdets t Clemson Mens' Brber Shop COLUMBIA, S. C. 34 Min Street Phone 4. Sic Juii(f«n s ijrug Is rug Otore BPARTANBURG, 8. C. DRUGS AND SEEDS EASTMAN KODAKS FILMS AND SUPPLIES Film Finishing Specilty See Our Agent E. J. FREEMAN Room 9 Brrcks L3 We Hve Erle CSi Merck MEAT MARKET A Complete Line.... 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4 Mr. L.,C. Timmons, who delivered B very interesting ortion on 9 subject, "Uniting Nvy nd Pcific." M. W. E. Britt n red short but very interesting /FIRST CLASS REPAIR WORK Trotter is smoking ny given poem, which hd for its' subject "A OVERHAULING AND ACCESSORIES number cigretts se dys. Chllenge." humorist Mr. J. A. CARS WASHED AND GREASED. Culbertson, ws one fetures C. M. McCUE, Proprietor His jokes were If you don't hve impulse to evening. (Rer Express Office) get mrried before you re twenty- unusully good nd y creted ANDERSON, 8. C. five, follow dvice Life much lughter mong thu members society. essyest, Mr. J. Phone 80 Night Phone 40 Extension Institute. M. Dunlp, hd for his subject, You cn never tell. A wedding "Vlue University eduction." ring does not lwys result in He brought out number 'interestfmily circle. ing points which showed tht he hd spent much time on his subject. Wht's in nme? An onion by lst number on progrm ws A PRACTICAL REDUCTION ny or nme, would smell s debte query which ws "Resolved tht thletic tems sweet. HIGH COST OF LIVING should hve n individnl club ho'use." ffirmtive ws upheld Bits Thought Time is money, nd some people by Messers. C. E. Ptterson nd J. C. HIGH QUALITY spend one s foolishly s or. Culbertson, while negtive ws t rce is not lwys to ii:ph eld!by M'essers. R. W. Corsey, LOW PRICES swift but don't let tht influence nd E. H. Hll. Both sides 'brought you to remin in lso-rn clss. out some very interesting fcts which weigh storekeeper is cused much hesitncy on ihe prt judges (before y could render short. An ounce prevention is worth decision. After much rgument y finlly decided in fvor neg peck or trouble. Severl mtters were n Never hit mn when he hs you tive. brought before society. A comdown. Every mn is rchitect his mittee consisting Messrs. E. L. Best Possible Service own fortune, 'but it is ]ust s well Mdden, W. E. Britt nd J. A. to Clemson Tiger* to hve pull with building in- Culbertson ws ppointed to look fter diploms. dte for spectors. ROOM 3. HALL NO. nnul cele'brtion ws left uncobib -"Sy Heffner, did Wood- fixed until next meeting. re W. D. PIKE, Mnger hm fulfil ll expecttions s shin-.being no furr business society ing light, while on Glee Club djourned. trip?" Heffner "Did he? Sy, Trffic PALMETTO LITERARY SOCIETY cops pinched him twice in Greenville A lrge crowd ttended for not hving on his dimmers." regulr meeting Plmetto PURE FOOD Fridy evening. society ws 'I sure would hte to be pin " COOKED AND SERVED clled to order by president nd Sid modest Wytt, Tub'b. Under "Some cnnibl might wnder by led in pryer by chpiin. After SANITARY CONDITIONS he roll cll nd reding nd And et me up for grub." doption minutes, or exercises evening were tken Y. M. C. A. BASEMENT My girl hs such n pe.ti.te She ets ll dy nd most up. As it ws time for election fourth term ficers pronight grm ws dispensed with with Mrgurite, my Mrgurite, She tckles loibsters, custrd pie nd exception debte nd jokes. HARRY E. WALLACE debte ws first tken up, nd cheese OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER It ws And eggs tht never could be bet it ws exceedingly good. TAPS ' from both sides. And oh! tripe nd cold pigs feet well rgued Messers. J. F. Till nd J. C. Miller Mrg-et! My Mrg'- et. Tht butter too, worst I've seen upheld ffirmtive, while Messers LATEST STYLES IN,T. P. Truluck nd D. W. Trxler upmy Mrg-rine, my Mrg-rine. PHOTOGRAPHY held negtive. joker * evening Mr. J. M. King, fforded I cn't forget her lovely fce society much plesure with his jokes. "isidio Two Doors North Although she buys it toy box BLUE RIDGE DEPOT decision judges ws Mrg-rox, my Mrg-rox I kissed her once nd m still living rendered in fvor ffirmtive ANDERSON, *. C. election ficers ws n yet, tken up. elections "ere s I sent letter tht I wrote; follows: President, T. B. Cooper; And in return I got note m H m m m m Tht Murg-rote! Tht Mrgrote. Vice President, L. H. Cook; SecreShe hd snd to spurn my hnd; try J. B. Berry; Prosecuting Critic, R. B. Lelnd; Reporting, Critics, H. Oh Mrg-rnd; oh, Mrg-rnd. B. Mulkey, J. P, Truluck G. S, LngCALHOUN LITERARY SOCIETY ford nd J. M. Stewrt; censor S. J Hyes; Literry Critic, J. M. King: SWEETNESS OF LOW PRICE Clhoun Literry Society held Sergent-t-rms, H. B. Mulkey. Never Equls its regulr meeting in society re being no furr business BITTERNESS OF POOR QUALITY' hll lst Fridy evening. Mr. society djourned. LKMBON'S HEADVUAKTEHS McCues Grge ON THE SIDE-LINES By Hedlinesmn THE COMMUNITY STORE, INC. We Brrcks BARBER SHOP "Y" CAFETERIA Mellette clled society to order in bsence president, who ws wy with hsehll tem. society ws n led in pryer by Mr. Spermn. roll ws clled nd minutes lst meeting were red nd pproved. After completion opening exercises, ficers for fourth term were elected s follows: President, J. O. Covin; Vice Preside:: t, A. G. Gower; Senior Literry Critic J. H. Spermn; Censor, J. A. Dowling; Recording secretry, W. E. Britt; Corresponding secretry, J. A. Culbertson: FOR Junior Critic, L. ie\ Mdden. se ficers were n instlled with MILITARY GOODS usul ceremony fter which y ARROW SHIRTS, COLLARS immeditely took up ir respective AND HANDKERCHIEFS duties. Mr. Covin, ' incoming President, gve his inugurl ddress BAYSIDE TENNIS OXFORDS in which he expressed his pprecired SEAL SHOES tions o>f being chosen president Clhoun Literry Society. He HASTMAN KODAK SUPPLIES ernestly requested.upport every member in crrying out AGENT A. G. SPALDING work society during "BUTTER-KIST" POPCORN fourth term. He urged every member to do his prt to mke "Clhoun" bigger nd better society in future. progrm for evening ws n tken up. First on progrm ws declimer, Mr. J. R. Shnnon, who hd for his subject "A Certin Young Ldy." His subject ws very pproprite nd he delivered it well. BiHIIBIflll Next on progrm ws ortor, Slon Bros. both pproprite nd well delivered. This ws followed by well red selection entitled "A Trgedy in Sunshine" given by W.,M. Bllenger, reder evening. C. E. Smith, humorist, gve well selected list jokes. de'bte s n tken up, query 'being ".Resolved tht Clemson needs stdium on thletic field more thn she needs gymnsium." ffirmtive ws 'bly upheld by A. E. Ky, nd H. A. Hunter, while negtive ws strongly contended by L. Miley nd N. Willims. judges, O. W. Cin J. S. Smith, nd J. 0. Pepper, decided in fvor negtive. Or 'business Society ws n ttended to, fter which it djourned. CHEMISTRY SCIENCE CLUB Chemistry Science Club held its regulr meeting Tuesdy night. 'society ws clled to order, roll clled nd minutes previous meeting red nd pproved. Officers were n elected for third term; those being Messers. W. B. Byers, President; F. T. Perry, Vice President; nd T. Tylor, Secretry. regulr progrm ws begun by Mr. F. T. Perry who gve very interesting tlk on Germny's Mnufcture IE"xplosives nd Poisonous 'Gses During Wr." Mr. T. Tylor cme next, choosing s his subject "Uses Crbon Dioxide. Mr. R. D. Hs, ex-' being present, ws clled on for short tlk nd gve very interesting one on "Tire Industry." re.being no furr 'business to come before society, meeting ws djourned. ANDERSON COUNTY CLUB HAVE BANQUET On lst Sturdy evening t 6:30 memibers Anderson County Club ssembled in Y. Cfeteri dining room for most sumptuous fest. Of lte re hs been growing tendency for closer fellowship between members sme county clubs, nd numerous smll socil functons gotten up by county clubs ber this sttement out. After dinner hd ibeen dispensed with nd cigrs hd \been lit, Mr. John Moore President Ander- son Clulb, mde few remrks. He n clled on following members for short responses: T. J. Webb, W. M. Cltworthy, J. J. Smith L. P. O'Donnell, C. W. Griffin, nd R. C. Cmpbell. Mr. D. J. Wtson president Anderson chpter Alumni Assocition, ws present nd mde most interesting nd enjoyble tlk. Mr. Wtson outlined to club some chievements nd plns Anderson Chpter. From his tlk it is very evident tht Anderson Alumni hve been wide wke nd re on job for Clemson. AMERICAN OPPORTUNITIES IN BRAZIL (By Allen Wlker, mnger, Interntionl Trde Deprtment Gurnty Trust Co. New York. Rio de Jneiro, Feb. 0, Nerly ll residences in Rio de Jneiro, So Pulo nd Sntos re.built cement. Of lte yers Americn cement mnufcturers hve been supplying lrge quntities cement to Brzil, but except in few instnces, tbe Americn producers hve not cultivted mrket. y hve supplied it only intermittently. All rw mterils for mking bound in Rio nd vicinity, nd it would seem tht one or two lrge cement plnts would, with Americn methods production, be successful. British hve experienced greter shortge in ir domestic mrket thn Americn mnufcturers, but y hve sved enough for Brzilin consumers to let ltter Know tht y hve neir 'been forgotten nor ltoger neglected, nd British product will sty, though Americn grdes cement re preferred by builders. Americn mchinery nd hrdwre re in evidence, lr one looks for m in Brzil, but re could be gret del more, especilly in mchine tools nd in ordinry workmen's equipment. But Americn corportions should hve ir own gencies nd resonble stocks on hnd. y need trvelling men to push ir goods mong ntive contrctors, nd to give prcticl demonstrtions efficcy Americn product. door is still wide open. ARCADIAN Sulphte Ammoni Absorption Ammoni by Soils Sulphte Ammoni is highly soluble fertilizer nd when dded to moist soil quickly dissolves nd undergoes rpid nd thorough distribution. Should it remin in soil in this souble condition, it would he leched wy during periods hevy rinfll, s re nitrtes. WADE HAMPTON SOCIETY Fortuntely, however, chemicl chnges tkes plce in soil solution with result tht mmoni is split prt from Sulphte society ws clled to order rdicl nd is held firmly 'by orgnic nd cly constituents by President Mr. Perlstine, nd soil. 'Even our most sndy griculturl soils contin sufficient cly led in pryer by Mr. Hunter. nd orgnic mtter to hold norml ppliction mmoni. roll ws n clled, nd exerfrom this fixed or insoluble condition mmoni is chnged into cises on progrm tken up. exercises s whole were very good nitrte form by soil bcteri, nd is n vilble s plnt Although it is possible for nitrogen to be wshed wy This being night for instll- food. tion fourth term ficers, Mr. fter chnge to nitrte, very little is ctully lost becuse consteinmeyer ws instlled nd took version nitrogen from mmoni to nitrtes proceeds much in ccor chir s president. follow- dnce with needs growing crop nd but smll excess is ever ing ficers were elected: Messers. present. Minus. P. M., Vice President; Mills. dringe loss experiments Rothmsted Experiment Sttion, O. B. Senior Critic; Whley, 'E. C. s given in " Book Rothmsted Experiment," by A. D. Hll insecretry; Biley, E. M., Corresponddictes comprtive losses nitrogen s nitrtes from Broding Secretry; Wllce F. H., Junior blk fields fertilized with mmoni slts nd with nitrte slts. Critic; Roberts. O. H.; Sgt. t-rms; pounds nitrte nitrogen lost in dringe wter from time spring nd Hunter, J. H., Chplin. re sowing grin to hrvest ws s follows: being no furr (business society Plot 3 Unmnured.7 lbs. djourned. THE COLUMBIAN SOCIETY Plot 7 00 lbs. nitrogen from mmonium slts 8.3 libs. Plot 9 00 lbs. nitrogen from nitrte slts 45. lbs Columbin Literry Society This bility to withstnd leching mkes Sulphte Ammoni n esheld its usul meeting on Fridy pecilly desirble fertilizer for light soils nd for crops which must be evening April 8. meeting ws fertilized t time preceding prerio ds hevy rifll. firly well ttended, nd very good progrm crried out. ortor, W. M. Dunlp delivered splendid New York Atlnt nd instructive ortion entitled " Problems Confronting United Bltimore Medin, O. Sttes e Present Time." Agriculturl Deprtment first declimer, W. M. Tillitson. being bsent, second declimer, J. O. Pepper, n took floor. His subject "It couldn't be done," ws /feff? Compny

5 Cfee Co. Clevelnd, Ohio. Relible Shoe nd Tiloring Shop Both equipped with ltest model mchinery. Shoe Repiring, uniform ltering, clening, pressing, etc., done promptly. All Kinds Bhirts wshed nd pressed. Stisfction gurnteed. CLIXT TAYLOR, PROP. Clemson College, S. C. J. 0. JONES CO. SCHILLETTER'S BAKERY ALUMXI EI "Mutf'Cnnon, '6 is superinten' 'Guy" Durhm '7 is Eiectric! dent Dirymen's Milk Product Engineer for Hunter Electric Co. Co. Anniston, Al. Tmp, Fl. J. R. Clrk '0 is-with Cum"Dodger" Proctor, '0 ws berlnd Telephone &. Telegrph Co. visitor on cmpus lst week.' Nshville, Tenn. W. B. Cmp, '6 is in chrge F. M. Connor, '5 is Division gent cotton extension culturl methods for S. A. L. Ry., Cord'ele, -G-. nd Building for U. S. Deprtment Agriculture, Brkerfield, W. P. Eredge '8 is chemist Cliforni. with Mississippi Stte Chemicl LJbrtory, Agriculturl College, Miss. J. C. Cumron, '5 is mnger Chrleston Store Equipment Co R. P. Evns, '05 is Citrus Fruit Chrleston, W. V. grower Dde City Fl. CAKES AND PEES DREAD AND ROLLS SPECIAL DAIRY LUNCH SANDWICHES AND "HOT CAKES" Gret regret is expressed both by "Slts" Covin, '8 is in mercoffee AND MILK cntile ibusiness t Willimston, S. C. members Episcopl church GREENVILLE, S. C. YOUR TRADE INVITED "60" Dy '0 is owner Pendleton Auto Co. Pendleton S. C. A. M. Dickson, 'C is county gent co-opertive Extension Work, Snow Hill, N. C. Clothing Hts Furnishings Luggge Cdet Exchnge Officil COLLEGE CLEMSON HEADQUARTERS IN GREENVILLE. E. T. Dotterer. '07 is Stte Director, Agriculturl Eduction, Richmond, V. "Mouse" Elliott '9 is teching griculture in Blcksher public school, Blcksher, G. L. C. Ellis, '7 is n Architecturl drftsmn for L. L. Hunter Architect. Chrlotte, N. C. F. W. DuGr '7 hs orgnized nd now is operting Clevelnd CHASONOIL STORE EETROLEU. PRODUCT CLEMSON WHAT Agriculturl nd Engineering College South Crolin All Courses designed to give "Oh, boy! Dis here m some plce," replied Rstus. "All we hs tor do is to wer red suit wid horns, n' ebery now n' den shovel some col on de fire. We don't work no more dn two hours out de twenty-four down here. But tell me, Sm, how is it with you up younder? "Mh goodness! We hs to git up t fo' o'clock in de mwing' n' gh in de sths; den we hs to hul in de moon nd hng out de sun. Den we hs ter roll de clouds roun' ll dy long". nd.by community t resigntion Mr. J.,M. Stoney. He ccept"but Sm, how comes it yo' hs ed cll to Grce church Anniston. ter work so hrd?" Al. Mr nd Mrs. Stoney hve enwell, to tell de truf, Rstus, we's tered so fully into life nd in- kin' o' short help up here." terest community during ir Exchnge. sty, tht y will ibe gretly missed. If I were thinking investment in Brzil, long industril lines, I Dr. Snowden: "Yip-hip, gentlemen I'm dismissing you ten minutes erly should first seek conference with tody. Pss out quitely so tht you few prominent Americns lredy sttioned in Rio nd So Pulo won't wke or clsses." Gmecock. conservtive men who hve interests Americn expnsion t Spnish invder in 59 found hert nd I should seek to benefit cotton clothing in common use in toy ir dvice nd experience. Mexico, nd Cortez received gifts stndrd personnel is very high fine cotton fbrics from hnd in se cities, s "Americn colonies" go, world over, nd re gret Montezum. Sttements to effect tht is n unselfish spirit co-opertion Egyptin mummies were wrpped for common good which is in cotton fbrics hve been disprov- recognizble erly in one's cquintnce with our people in Brzil. ed. BOOK-SUPPLY HB ^ I. W. Dugn, '9 ws on cmpus lst week. He is mnger Evns Ice Crem Co., Anderson S. C. SB In first chpter Esr definite references os mde to ~»use cotton "hnging" t fe which King Ahsuerus gve, bout 59 B. C. It seemed tht when Rstus nd Sm died y took different routes, so when ltter got to heven he clled Rstus on 'phone. "Rstus," he sid, ''how yo' like it down thr?" f ANT IT! YOU tv/int- generl eduction in ddition to technicl trining. Scholrships in Agriculture nd Textile Engineering. "It's Sometimes Long Time Between Deliveries" DEGREE COURSES Agriculture Architecture Chemistry Chemicl Engineering Civil Engineering Electricl Engineering Generl Science Mechnicl Engineering Textile Engineering SHORT COURSES Agriculture Textiles Gsoline Gin Oils Blck Oil Cup Greses Automobile Oils Trnsmission Grese Kerosene Axle Grese Gs Engine Oil Red Engine Oil Stem Cylinder Oil Gsoline Hose Remember Wht Governor North Crolin Sid to Governor South Crolin. Wht You Wnt When You Wnt It To stnd behind our service nd mke it incresingly pritble to ll who del with us is not lone mtter business nd honor with us it is mtter intention, pride nd stisfction. We strive to give you better service thn you ever hd before, to nticipte needs our customers nd fulfill m, to ct from reson rr thn rule. Service is good business nd from this fct we developed our policy giving you wht you wnt when you wnt it. SUMMER SCHOOL W. M. RIGGS, President Clemson College, S. C. CHARLESTON OIL/5 CHARLESTON S.C%^ policy tliis compny is directed by following Clemson grdutes E. J. Thornhill, Clss «B B E IS I W. H. Hnckle, Clss 0. CHASONOIL zj T. W. Thornhill, Clss «

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