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Barnard Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, New York, New York
The bulletin vol xxiv no. 23 new March Price seven cents what will you have have receive4 notices from the United states civil service commis Sion of examinations to be held in the following subjects Laboratory assistant at to Laboratory assistant intermediate Grade Laboratory assist ant Junior Grade Laboratory assistant senior Grade Junior Aid at to Laboratory apprentice to physicist to associate technologist to assistant technologist to bacteriologist to a month associate bacteriologist a for bacteriologist to a month translator qualified As assistant tar Iff expert travelling auditor to investigator in office management to posting machine operator to. Medical Interne and maintenance superintendent of Forest Patho logical Field station to teachers for the Philippines to new York state civil service com Mission for the following accountant to Actu Arial clerk architectural craftsman to assistant chemist to bacteriologist pathologist to county or visiting nurse to 500 Deputy clerk examiner state education department to s1.500 Index and filing clerk to Junior accountant to Laboratory assistant in bacteriology to Library assistant to Library assist ant proofreader to 500 Public health nurse superintendent of lunchroom in americanization work s1-500 Laboratory apprentice Katherine s. Doty. In tuesday april 6 Christian science society of Colum i a varsity will meet at p. M. , Earl Hall. Am present and former members of officers and students arc in invited to attend. Junior show 4 it has been said that a Good critic like the deity is easy to please and hard to satisfy. While not extolling our Powers of criticism we must at once confess that the historic Brown velvet curtain of Brinckerhoff Rose last Friday to find us pleased and fell again to find us yes just about satisfied. Several weeks ago Junior show really began with a publicity Campaign that promised a performance on a different scale from any previous activity of the kind that we have known at Barnard. The Box of fice was adorned with every professional accessory including line form ing to the the tickets seemed too delectable to be parted with at ail by such premonitions we were almost if not quite prepared for the pro gramme. No not quite prepared the Strauss theatre Magazine itself could learn a thing or two from such alluring Reading matter such suggestive ads such Subtle satire. But to the show Power minus the highness tells of the Dominion where love rules both butlers and bolsheviks princes and psycho pathetic cannibals and conservatives. This kingdom of the heart is located successively in new Zulandt the Bronx and a sanitarium but any diversity of environment should not connote the slightest inconsistency of plot. The actors of the heroines Arizona and Heliotrope and of the heroes Edward Prince of whales and his neurotic confident Reggie were As carefully motivated As the antics of the apes them selves whose every deed was instruct accordance with the principles of zoo c. Even the choruses had a certain inherent fitness about them. Zuzu children Boot lacks and maniacs All were eminently at Home in their particular scenes just As they were at Home in their lines and rare achievement for choruses honors in acting fall liberally to All concerned. Miss Schoedler s Arizona struggled with a charming naivete be tween Liberty and love. In Heliotrope miss Van Brunt displayed a facility for vamping that overpowered both Reg Gie Ang the audience. Not a languish ing Siren perhaps but an energetic Cave woman equally at Home in a grass skirt and drooping provided there be a Man in the Back ground. Miss Ramage s Britannic accent was no less convincing than her aristocratic costume and As for her moments that be the particular Brand of. Eye Roll ing continued on Page 3, column 1 Why is the missionary is there really any thing in the missionary Enterprise really capable of securing the serious thought and enlist ing the lives of students these and a Motley of other questions have naturally come into the minds of a great Many students recently particularly those students who attended the great student Volunteer conference at Desmoines last new year s. That conference stimulated a lot of thinking about the or the Aims of foreign missions and As a result there is a de Mand for some Means of discussing the matter. To meet this demand will be the Pri Mary interest of the fourth annual conference of the students of greater new York to be held in South Orange new Jersey on the 9th, 10th, and Lith of next month. At this time it is More than ordinarily appropriate that an Effort should be made to clarify student titular by when the clarification process is put on a democratic basis. The com ing conference will put the largest share of the emphasis on discussion by the students themselves who Are to be grouped into four division. Each Divi Sion will take up the question of the Aims of christianity in the modern world and if possible a concise consensus. With these principles and questions in mind the conference will also con Sider what recognized leaders believe to be the fundamentals and the Aims of Christian service. The following speakers Are expected to be present or. Frank k. Sanders director of the Board of missionary preparation. Or. Ralph e. Diffendorfer superintendent of the inter Church world movement. Cyril h. Haas m. D., a missionary near East. Miss Grace Coppack National Secretary of the y. W. C. A. In China. Professor we. Adams Brown of Union theological Seminary j. Merle Davis Secretary of the to Kio Japan y. M. C. A. An important part of the South or Ange conference will be the new emphasis placed on Fellowship. The local churches Are planning to furnish the meals so that there will be greater Opportunity of getting together and making new acquaintances. A social program to be Given on saturday afternoon will be a departure of particular interest. Continued on Page 5, column
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