Evansville Crescent (Newspaper) - November 19, 1920, Evansville, Indiana to be Ministered but to and WHITE College November 19, 1920 7 C. Quint Loses BROWN INJURED FALL IN Team Surprises College Bunch and Cops First Game of the will call it a because ' 9 to 2; of up live clearly indicated that they The game in is the one between the Evansville College five and an team representing H. was played at the Bluegrass community house gymnasium last Schnurr was unable to the team so tlie substituting tlie was done by was than Nevertheless there was real from the benefit in showing us a few mistakes must avoid in the future and in getting line on the of some of the i chief faults the E. C. were poor pass poor goal shooting and poor team although some the i guarding was also The team was good enough to beat not of the to beat the team team shall have after more weeks of intensive game by First we got one Ahrens did it. | Second get Bluegrass tiid and Bluegrass Evansville Clutter Biggs 3; 2; 1. Riggs for W. Thompson for Lytle for Jones for Marcy for Greenley for | a distance of about six when a piece of apparatus in the women's gymnasium broke Monday Miss Bessie a popular member of the sophomore injured her right hip so badly that it was necessary to remove her to a An picture was taken at once which showed that the fall hatl caused a separation the bones in the Dr. J. N. Jerome who attended her said that two weeks in bed probably would cure Brown was swinging on the when suddenly they Investigation showed that someone had carelessly fastened the chain sustaining the rings to the wrong It was attached to a small nook which broke when pressure was put on is the daughter of Mr. and A. N. East Members of the Literary society to which Miss belongs visaed at the W. TO NEXT tlie Y. C. A. have a sale of Blackmail gave a talk in the regular Y. W. meeting week on the World W. C. A. The associations from twenty-two countries belong to this this is the subject of prayer was Johnson and Ariene Avers sang CLUBS CHURCH an attendance of eleven the Women's Glee Club met Monday antl held its The hour of rehearsal was changed to 1 o'clock on and later another hour also will be Prof. voice teacher anil head of the musical is directing the hopes to a program ready in three months or so and will then make arrangements for trips and men upon from 1 to 3 o'clock as their rehearsal They also are planning trips and other good Student Volunteers had charge of the church services at the Fifth Avenue church Sunday Rev. E. M. acted as Mary Eicholz gave a talk on are the Student Eva Johnson told of the beginning of the Student Volunteer and Mr. Brown gave a discussion on I am a Student Rena Esther Mr. Bailey and Mr. gave a special musical and the Same Dr. Franklin wished the class to give a synonym for the word To stimulate thought he you were out in the park some Sunday afternoon with a young lady you liked very much you likely would be oblivious to everything In other you would finished a voice from the order to have a holiday the Friday following Thanksgiving the faculty voted last Friday to hold classes Friday's classes will meet on this extra before is the rule the faculty do this in order not to lose a day of said conscientious Prof. Torbet in making the PROFESSORS A POINT TO one put the following article in The Crescent box in the lower hall It is said that a certain professor well known throughout Indiana started out poor twenty years ago and now has retired with a comfortable fortune of This money was acquired through conscientious effort to give full indomitable perseverance and the death of an who left him Administration Building Will of Simplicity and contain 23 class rooms and be three stories high with flat roof and tower Auditorium completely equipped and will seat 600 people All Room to be Define Kun Define A Use the words in a The dog trickled down the street with a tin can tied to his best that modern ingenuity can make is the way Dr. Hughes describes the buildings to be erected for Evansville College on the campus in the administration is the first that will be is a or three-story edifice of cut stone with a flat roof tower in the center and a V-shaped projection at each this building is icily of interior arrangement has been kept in Every room on all Hours can be reached by a twelve and one-half foot hallway that extends from side to side the center on each one enters the spacious entrance on the first floor he finds a hallway extending liack across the transverse to doors opening into the The which is almost a separate building in being a sort of addition to the main structure that extends back from the center of the is fitted up according to the most Observes Second Anniversary of anniversary of the signing of the armistice which stopped the most destructive war in was celebrated in Evansville College Nov. 11 by special chapel services and a Classes were at Prof. W. A. Ter penning told of his trip abroad as a Y. M. C. secretary during the He did | not tell of his experiences at the Arch- i where he liad | sion over the M. C. A. work and I where he poured hot cocoa for Allied soldiers day after day in defiance to German bullets and he told about his trip over and some of his first experiences in Norway and became on the way over and rather graphically described the resulting consequences when he said that he had drawn up a rather elaborate program for the but upon becoming sea - sick everything went wrong and he decided to the whole who was chairman of the said that Prof. would be called upon to tell of his experiences in Russia Billin sang two Is No and Americans A stage with all necessary apparatus for the giving of a motion picture and lantern located in the are some of the features of this The auditorium scat the first floor are six recitation rooms in addition to the offices of the secretary and and which occupy the entire left The second floor has a rest a stock room and a large reading room 2S by liO feet and also live recitation third is composed entirely of rooms numbering the roof on fourth are two large rooms that be used as halls for meetings of literary societies and the V. M. C. A. and C. foot of space is to be says Dr. the tower on the fourth will be living for four There are two bedrooms NOW ENROLLED in Community classes is Enrollments are growing and work is getting way in according to Dean Of all the courses those which are being English Dr. Franklin and Dean Credits and Harry Prof. L. P. History and Prof. K. W. and Prof. A. Terpenning and Dean time of the meeting of the Sociology class has been changed temporarily from Monday at 3:30 o'clock to afternoons at 3:45. The class may meet at night in tlie if a large majority desire it. Total enrollment in the Community courses now is about 150. STONE YELL Arva Ricker decided that the best way of choosing a yell leader for Sweetser Hall was to have a So each Freshman took her turn in leading the yell they together had The other girls after the contest withdrew for private counsel and decided who was the best Vivian Stone was announced of her calm and always placid Haniet Murphy was chosen fire Kiper of Boonville came Monday to live at Sweetser PARTY M. C. A. have their first social event tonight in a party in the room of the Y. M. C.