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EDUCATION STUDENTS PROFIT
BY TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
(C(ONwiNIrIKi FROM I' A ONE.)
up with the various departmental
meetings. In.the afternoon from
5:00 to 6:30 o'clock, the teachers
in attendance were the guests of
the University at a reception
given in the gymnasium. This
event proved to be a most pleas
ant feature of the convention,
and many expressions of pleasure
were heard from those who were
present at the reception. On Fri
day night, strong addresses were
heard from Dr. Chas. A. McMur
ray of the Peabody Schools, Law
ton B. Evans of Augusta, Ga.,
and Prof. J. L. Mann, superin
tendent of the Greenville City
Schools. The final session of the
association was held Saturday
m->rning in the high school build
ing, at which the repo,ts of the
onmittees were heard, and oth
ir matters of a business nature
vere attended to.
, Probably the item of iiost in
terest to the Carolina alumni was
the banquet given on the 16th at
J6:30 P. M. in Flinn Hall. Supt.
J. H. Witherspoon of the Gaffney
C schools, and president of the Car
olina Teachers' Club acted as
toastmaster, and nu inerous toasts
were responded to by various
alumni. The occasio . was pro
nounced by those present as be
ing a m>st enjoyable one, and the
sixty-four old Carolina men in at
tendance were bound even closer
together by the ties of common
interests and fond recollection of
their alma mater.
The following alumni and mem
bers of the faculty were present:
W. S. Currell,' Patterson Ward
law, James H. Spann '02, H. J.
W. Kizer '15, M. M. Rector, L.
P. Chamberlayne, 0. K. McDan
iel '14, W. J. 'Scott '15, E. S'
King, A. H. Gasque '01, J. H.
WitherspQor) '00, L. .T. Baker, L.
B. 'Impketon '16, .R. A. Gentry
, eed Snith.'02, J. K Rollins
'lr, "J. C. Johnson '15, J. A. Stod
dard '02,W. S. Wertz '05, J. B.
Coleman, E. S. Gambrell '15, A.
C. Moore, A. D. Odorn '12, W.A.
Schiffiey '13, H. L. Rembert '09,
1.. K.: Hagood '12, J. A. Knight
'12, J|. F. Brooks '14, J. A. Tol
berth 5, E'. OG Stewart '14, M.
Stewart '15; Ben M. Sawyer '14,
A. C. Carson '98, G. Briggs '90,
J. C. Hungerpiller '08, .J. N.
F'rierson, K. R. Schoenberg '07,
Yates Snowden, H. 0. Hlanna '16,
J. H. Sullivan '08, V. E. Rectoi
'09, E. R. Fickling '09, E. M.
Rucker '87, W. C. Taylor '06, S.
J. Wall '09, E. W. Bodie, E, L.
Cogburn, T. P. Gaskin '08, J. E.
Swegingen '99, Davis Jeffries
'16, (f. C. Gaskin '16, F. J. Wat
sonl '15, J. P. Coates '11, W. H.
Han@, C. E. Wessinrger '08, D.
T. Kinard '15, G. H. Webber '12,
J. 0. Allen '09, J. H. Spann '99,
E. M. McCown '99, A. M. Jones
'16, G. Wauchopn.
SOCIALIST CLUB ELECTS
Officers Chosen for Second Term
and Plans made
At a m'eting of the Socialist
Club on Friday morning the fol
lowing officers were elected for
the second term: President, John
I. Rice; vice-president; J. S.
Schneider; Secretary; J. G. Wa
ters, Treasure; Miss Eva Sea
wright; Reporter, M. W. New
The club had the privilege of
hearing several fine lectures on
socialism in the early fall, and it
is hoped that others interested.in
the subject will visit Columbia
during the spring.
Mr. H. C. James of the senior
class, who was operated on two
weeks ago has imi oved enouph
to> return to his home in Union.
He will probably resume his
studies next week.
Miss Mary Reid, the presi
dent's private secretary, has re
signed from the administi ation
force to accept a position with
the Farm Loan Bank. Miss Mary
Cutrell is acting temporarily in
Miss Reid's place.
MILITARY COURSE 0. K.
Following the request of Pres
ident Currell as to the students'
view on some form of nilitary
training, with but one dissenting
vote the student body went on
record as favoring some form at
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