I Pl Invests
Swmg Time "
" LlWoi LPas-
"l Ih� MUSIC Goes
too College (;iPis
To Visit the
Permanent Wave Shop
. Shampoo and Wave Kr ��
, Hoir Cuts -jr
Eycbfoo Arch 2s
rcrmoncnt Waves $2 50 up
NOT A SCHOOL
Permanent Wave Shop
M � :j �' �� S Points
E SMART SHOPPE
ITS IS DAY SALE
RIDAY JANUARY 29
iSHIONED HOSE . 49c PR.
H SUITS$12 95 VALUE
All LADIES' DRESSES
Sec :1 95 to $4.95
te ; Across from State Bank
EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE
She Stoops to Conquer
Is Presented by Rocky
Mount Little Theatre
GREENVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1937
ui Excellent Production
None of Earmarks of
, mateuF Efforts
tRIZED BY GOOD
G. STAGING AND
Cast With Each Actor
: tted to Part Plaved
LIC FORUM IS MAGAZINE EXHIBIT JOHN MULHOLLAND THRILLS
AUDIENCE HERE WITH HIS
UNUSUAL FEATS OF MAGIC
HELD IN LIBRARY OPEN TO STUDENTS
IM HlllH MiHIH Collection of Leading Magazines
ui I null UUH'JUL on Exhibit in English Club Room
During Past Two Weeks
�I i v
Plav Well Cast
east, each actor
rl plaved, Mrs.
as Mi- Hard-
Ejirton as Mr.
of the stage,
of the audi- nee
i held it to the
Miss Lucille Turner, pro-
fessor of English here and sup-
nviur of student teaching in
her department, was greatly re-
lived last week to receive a
message saying that her brother
and his wife, who live in Louis-
ville, were safe. She and other
members of her family, who live
in Pulaski, Tennessee, were in
suspense several days, unable
to get in touch with them.
There are several other Ken-
tuckians in the college faculty,
none from the immediate vi-
cinity of the flooded area, but
most of them have friends or
THE WAY OF LIFE
Topic of Forum is "Juvenile De
linquency Dr. Elsie Larson
A collection of leading magazines,
carefully arranged and classified,
has been on exhibil in the English
SUPT. J. H. ROSE OUTLINES Club room for the past week and
THE PURPOSE OF FORUM ' still open to the public.
The exhibil i- not only of interesl
One Hundred Sixty-five People h.memors � clubs who'have charge
making up magazine lists, to
Present in Spite of Snow
Did Columbus write "Alice
in Wonderland?" It. is defi-
nitely obvious that he did not,
and it is just as obvious thai
Shakespeare did not wi
World Renowned Lecturer ar
Mi ian Gives Skillful Pe
formance in Robert H. Wrial
teachers and librarians, but to anv
person who selects magazines for the
l he fir-t meeting of the Public
Forum was held in the high school ismiv-
Library last Thursday evening with -imong the magazines for the gen-
165 pie present, in spite of the al 1V1,r are ,w" grouPS, some of
Dr. Elsie Larson di i erai-v merit and others of
tie Delinquency, Some more P�PuIar nate. The maga-
t!ic ('ures znies on current events, current opin-
� ii. and problems of the day. rang-
. superintendent of schools, out
ined the purpose of the Forum am
told that there would be a meetim
oi the Forum every two weeks.
I ii her talk, I r.
closest attention of the audien
j , i i " , 'in from "current history to tin
uose, superintendent a clmnl i.i. . . , . �
new pictorial magatme, Life, form
one of the most interesting groups.
in the arts group will be found
magazines for music, poetry, and the
the theatre. The home and home-making
�I tion contains the most popular
!� minutes, and then for the next
I11 minutes, then
1 journals as well as such
was discussion I beautifully illustrated magazines as
rrom the Hoor by various people pres- .
cut. Ir. Larson spoke with a sui
knowledge it" tin
Rev. R. E. Schiller Brings Mes
sage to College
now exist in North Carolina, Ix
iml i,drill a. There arc others
i miscellaneous subjects and a
' group of University quarterlies, also
there are a number of technical or
professional magazines of interest
to special groups.
he exhibit is sponsored by tin-
Stoops to Conquer' After see-
ing this drama presented by
the Rocky Mount Little
Theater, February 5, many stu-
dents commented on how much
they enjoyed the "Shakesper-
ean" play. In fact, one student
was overheard asking another,
"Didn't you think the side-
remarks were cute?" The other
answered, "Well, that is typi-
cal of Shakespeare
After studying literature one
learns that "She Stoops to
Conquer" was not written by
Shakespeare but by Oliver
Goldsmith. Furthermore, if the
students had carefully read the
program they would have
known the author.
TO STUDENTS HERE
I UU ! IIU Uiifil iil.u
Tfl PniWRAT W4TFPQ Bu,ldl"9
! U UUlnQH ! , I Li U FASCINATED BY TH
t. FLOOD ZONE �
E LURE OF
MAGIC SINCE AGE OF f
NYA Students Cooperate With
Other Agencies in Extending
Relief to Refugees
i 500, i'
itht r e
- among the
� . Miss
I hi Way
i YV( �
E. Scl ul
Life" � as the them
brought to the ('ol
per services b l
id I- remont on Sm
?re than -
�onception ei li
working on a survey of all the mental
institutions in North Carolina and
has seen at firsl hand conditions as English ChVb'of the colWe.
they exist in our state today. Mi
Larson deplored the fact that, in
most cases in North Carolina, there
is not someone with mere time t
handle juvenile delinquents. The
law now puts this under the direc-
ts .��lj �j The End of the Centurv elub waspept o1 :l T tnspi��g tal
lelightfully entertained" by Mrs. fo the college students by Re
A. D. Prank on Tuesday afternoon, rady Tuesday morning F
, ac- What needed in our state she February 3, at her home of East - �� the assembly hoi
Eighth street : sh�wed how these
MRS. A. D. FRANK ENTERTAINS "Stand on Thy Feet" Is Subject
END OF CENTURY CLUB AT of Message
HOME ON 8th STREET
Stand on I h Feet" was the -u
s tion �) the overworktnl Superinten
lid not rhink cnt of Public Welfare, and tin- tiki
in our -tatc. she
-aid. is a person withmore time to
-tndv each delinquent case ami fol-
sf vears. "1 flowers decorat
low it up tbrougn a pern
ssortment of "H5"� � �ppued in two situation
the first, according to the way
-� instances XVA ere?
ft r 'es wil b others dra w
� WI'A. Resettlement A I
tion, ami the hordes of pri
izens who have volunta n
rvices. Most are workin
e joint command of the Red arti
id Army engineers. voui
the number i tigaged in the �' i
ite 7n- of danger was placed stinl
t could admi
room. A laree attendance of the u uUr tmio: aml th" M
l�, should seek power, bat they should Una treatment of her mentally dis- cIuD ua I frith the following
n- Woolard, Gar-
i well the
� g Eles-
fie said tl
careful what they do with these ease
en thej get them. "The world shows that .North Carolina spends
ay has lowered its standing by less on the care "1 her mentally an-
ii (irant, Sm
eiy at 7,500, youth directors !ul oecom i
wein several states estimated that a author,? on
thejnumber equally great or greater in sources of ma
ay in which wy rake criticism, adjoining localities were giving sue- ly, appears fr
e divided criticism into two classes, j cor to the thousands of families who and - the an
instructive, which has the sole jmij have been evacuated and are now
'ruinate ones than anv other -fat
he program for the afternoon
pose, of building up one- character, living as refugees in tent
and destructive, which tends to tear I warehouses, armories ant
� t the
Miss Frances Walker
� hi d mure maid. All
baracters gave good
� of the stage hands
ostuines and appear
footlights in minor
� i - n ants a nd coun-
- are indeed fortunate
w ho get the mo
With the exception ot
� inh ('an
ne 'omi! nut. art inose
jive tIndr lies for somel hitig
He urged the stndi nts to
ie best thev could dav bv dav
- IM rate with Jesus.
At the conclusion oi the program, ,
� ii lege.
amtieiice voted t" nave as a topic
was in charge oi
r of East Caroli
Miss Katlievine oown and is given out of envy. L'o I emergency quarters
na Teachers ol
onies, 1 han tin- Eye
other Making His
illustrate the point that m
cistn is irresponsible, Mi
In a very interesting ami in-
lines from Abral
DR. AND MRS. MEADOWS AT
TEND RECEPTION AT EX-
Amos a- their able
in February 18, the following: Can
Democracy Survive?" The Forum
leader for that meeting will be Dr.
Howard Y. Williams, of St. Paul,
Minnesota, a native of the state of
Public Forum discussions will
continue in Pitt County next week
at- with a meeting at Stoke- school by
showing that whether an
Dr. and Mrs. I R. Meadow
RQf. tended the reception at the Execu-lRev. John Barclay, Forum director.
The Tn' Mansion on the night of Feb- Mr. Barclay's subject will he What
tsible for work be- ruary - which was given for mem-1can America do to stay out of war?"
as a- follow Seen- bers of the
ln-v and Mansfield �'� wne
"The Costumes of the Past and !l1- tnTns "ur ;il' riri,r or
Present Her talk was illustrated "lri "m aH wrong, there is nothing
with dolls dressed in costumes of can 'I u change it. so
different countries and gave to her M llr ('an do is to do his best and
listeners a knowledge of the past, Ii,r �'rry over the critics.
as some ideal always predominated
in every age. She declared that no eeLLE6E VIOLIN ENSEMBLE
.t" tS M " r ENTERTAINS STUDENTS
Costumes were shown in keeping AT ASSEMBLY
with war, social ideal- and poverty
ible of the College.
tricken people of current happen- me vionn ensemnie ot tne "joilege. I "Ani
Genera Assembly andlTbe Forum meeting will open at - s!l(. 1M)inr(,(i ,�u t1;lt wnen. assisted by Mi- Frances Fields, from all i
; and other invited eight o'cloek in the Stokes school ever a ��rv conquers another student-worker of the Presbyterian!director
-id ic o. 1�. An- guests, including State officials, auditorium. Eev. Barclay b a force- tjjey nVl,r ajopt ,1 (ss j church, who plays the flute, delight- iugton tl
Warren, Jr Ilayw1 their wives, the press, legislative ful speaker and is well known in referring tll the nobility, she told fully entertained the students with 1,400 yoi
. i-ou I Large. Bobby clerks and employees, and heads of Pitt County where he has appeared about the Elhaibethan age, in which a musical program at the regular engaged
and P. G. Cohh, Jr Light- state institutions and their wives. I many times as school commencement arj eias8ea followed. She then told Friday morning assembly February ing and I
Murphev and Mansfield speaker and has also spoken at many 0f the deeline of the regal eostume, �� Miss Fields played a Hire solo, and assis
. Costumes: Mrs. Frank Hanover, X. 11. i A T In an .voUIr 1M'1S conventions and Si1(. that the regal costume "Andolouse by Pessard, and an- refugee c
Miss Laura Boice, and Miss effort to give Dartmouth College's burch meetings. .People from all ist ft ti�. Revolution. It wasjother, a number with Mrs. Sam "Estini
NY A pi
cnti- NYA Medical Students
Gradyj Of marly 1,200 XVA student aid
and project worker in the Memphis
district assisting in flood relief, sev-
enty-five are medical students from
th University of Tennessee, Direc-
tor Bruce Overtoil announced.
he services of these future phy-
sicians hae been made available to
local health authorities and they are
assisting in the innoculation of the
populace against typhoid and other
communicable diseases, and other-
wise helping to maintain health and
ible to obtain n r1:
cted districts th XVA
Ki ntucky win d Wash-
morning, "but estim te
in flooded area of sti I
flood rescue work, cook-
� � i- one oi the most i
i world and his e
nt magic is priceless.
and exchai ged r ricks �.
. number of times I � I
ty in varit ns ountries
Adds to Confusion
� t in
W'iiiielnad ; Properties: j previously doomed fraternities aIff County, especially m the sec- tlt,a tilat Women began to give nplQuineriy playing the violin, a Mes-
Svdne Gardner and Mrs. hand iu a readjustmeDt process dnr- tions near Stokes, are urged to hear ti�. fu-triniined skirts, the smalijican serenade, "My Little Star by
Whitefaurst; Make-ups: im their "trial period President I � fV�3'� disenssion at Stokes Mon- j i li and the men th.dr trous-i Pone.
Kdson and Sam Whitehea
Ernest Martin Hopkins lias created; ('tv n'frnr- era with fancy heckles at the knee The ensemble played three num-
W. 3, the office of Adviser to Fraternities The ohjectivea of Public Forum This was followed with grave eel- hers: a Bizet Intermezzo. "Honda"
Tin- function of the new office isjare: 1. Increase the citizen's un-lors along simple lines with simple by Mozart, ami a French Gavotte,
re ui a large member- p. supervise the affairs of tireek demanding of problems discussed colors. by Campra.
iate members who sup- fetter societies and to counsel their2. Stimulate further study and in In talking about the Revolution The two accompanist- were Mrs.
use, there ha- alwavs officers in fiscal as well as social i dependent -investigation. :5. Facili-1 ary war, she said that all wars have Paul Davenport and Mrs. Elizabeth
which time ti
emi rged from
change man has
lis booth, bawling.
ikelv to settle the
�ontroversy ly handing thi fellow
i half dollar which, when the molli-
man examines it. turns out t
Pleaaa turn to pag� two)
ONE OF FIRST TWO A.B. GRAD-
UATES OF THIS COLLEGE
SPENDS DAY HERE
S. .1. Wright, from Philip-
� L ands, who was Miss (Jer-
1 liamherlain, one of the first
B. graduates f Fast Caro-
(Please turn to page two)
Teachers Send Telegrams
To Chairman D. L. Ward
�hool teachers in
The groups ot ac
, . I. Durham win, sent Chairman D. L.
ol ege, spellt lasl .�1.1,1
,i . ,V ,r� 1 (libhy) Ward almost identical tele-
isiting the college ami � . , . , ,� ,
. grains declaring that the teachers
' . . � i�- ,� of the state are ready to act unless
Miss Virginia ligtor.l , �. ' . i a-
M E II Johnson,� &�� B m �K'r ?� before the
I �. t administrators receive any raise
H�T l � � i r
and "demanding a hearing before
" . i,�� the appropriations committee, did
v re the first to complete "1 I. '
?f the summer school i�
Chairman Ward maintained that
it was not niM-cssary for the teach-
ers to "demand anything of his
committee, that it was always open
to them or anyone else and that he
resented the implication that either
he or the committee had been or
would he "unfair" to anyone. lie
aid they would be given a hearing
an immoral reaction. She gave as
an illustration Queen Victoria, whom
she described as being very immoral,
as it was reflected in the costumes
of her day. She declared that morals
change with the ages with each coun-
try having their own code of morals.
In speaking of early American his-
tory she said that the people used
the cheapest cotton materials, but
later on imported costumes of great
value were used.
She discussed socially, politically
and economically the influence that
nial or larger number
workers in counties
nor direc?iy affected assisting com-
munity agencies in caring for evac-
uated refugees. Manv XYA workers"
are flood sufferers 'themselves and a P "f aluminum stampe
with the name "John Mulholland
and a rabbit sitting in a silk hat.
Mr. Mulholland's lecturt her
1 hlll'sil ni '
many now relugtes.
In Louisville it was reported that
XYA youths were manning a fleet
of food and -upi.lv trucks and a thursday night Hfustrated by bat-
fling teats ut magic, constituted a
number of pat
riil ami resc
were the tir-t, to � j tu.jr (UIS(1 auv j� ,l,e �pin- at any time they asked for one, in
ear course. Uny ian- f hm( mi,mlM,r ani otlu.r addition to the one already given
n the Sanford scboo s ana , diem through State Superintendent
- ago uent to the Philip- ooservers. n� v Ym
a. h. Both married Amer- ('hairman Ward, r.s.ng to a point C 1. 1 A. in;
lose work was in the Philip
Mr. ami Mrs. Wright re-
he United State last
of personal privilege, read the tele-
gram to the house and pointed out
that not onlv had the committee a;
mg to California, and will ready extended a hearing to the
make that their home, (school forces, including the teachers.
Wright came East to visit her ! but that it was ready and willing at
her. who lives in Cheron, S. CJafl times to extend hearings to any
md her sister, in Sanford. one.
What really happened is that both
the teachers and Chairman Ward
do not fully understand the situ-
ation. What the teachers were pro-
testing against was the granting of
any additional increases in pay to
superintendents and principals un-
(Please turn to page three)
American Bar Association
Announces Essay Contest
NUMBER CREDIT HOURS STU-
DENT CAN MAKE IN SUMMER
IS TOPIC OF DISCUSSION
The number of credit hours a stu-
dent can make in the summer in this
state was the principal topic of dis-
cussion at the meeting of summer
'irectms held in Raleigh on Satur-
thestage and screen has (Please turn to pageplayed four)on
Those Juniors who have not
paid their class dues of $1.50,
will please do so as soon as pos-
sible. You may pay any of your
Both dormitory and day stu-
dents who plan to attend the
Junior-Senior banquet must
pay their dues before March 20.
In a recent letter addressed toi Following are the rules that cm-
President Meadows, the American i testants are asked to observe :
Bar Association announced that! Eligibility: Any regularly reg- ,jjlv January 30
they are conducting a patriotic es-Jistered undergraduate student at-who attended the meetino report
say contest. The subject is "How I tending any teachers colloge or nor- that thev decided that six semester
and to What Extent are the Rights' mal school in the United States is j bears, oi nine quarter hour should
and Liberties of the Individual Pro- j eligible to the competition. be allowed for a six weeks' term and
tested Under the Constitution of the; Subject: "How and to What Ex- that no school could give less than
United States?" The final date set j tent are the Rights and Liberties of0 classrooni hours for one semes-
for the submission of the essays is
April 1, 1937.
In addition to the $1,000 in prizes
offered by the American Bar Asso-
ciation for the best essays submit-
ted from all of the states, a number
of the individual state bar associ-
ations have donated or contemplate
donating $100 to be split in three
ways, for the three best essays sub-
mitted from the respective individ-
the Individual Protected Under the � ter hour credit.
Constitution of the United States? The directors decided that the cost
Procedure: Any eligible student ; for the summer school term will be
who wishes to submit an essay should ; approximately the same in all col-
w rite to Executive Secretary, Amer- leges except the larger universities
ican Bar Association, 1140 North All the summer schools in the
Dearborn Street, Chicago, Illinois state with the exception of two were
to obtain a number, with instrue- j represented. The conference, which
tions as to its use in submitting the J was held in the office of the super-
essay, j intendent of public instruction.
Date of submission: Xo essay j Clyde Erwin, lasted over three
(Please turn to page four) ihours.
The TECO ECHO
. iR(�.v.i 1'f ICHDtS OLLBG&
� , � . Students f East Carolina
feachi rs College
s Wiu uu,
. . C7w Editor
by Helena Rubinstein
Madisonians are still swapping
stories about Glenn Frank's battle
"last month tit retain presidency �I
TO BRUSH OR NOT TO BRUSH! ili University of Wisconsin, and
the best is the one aboul Dr. Frank thinking "What
By MARVIN COX
(Associated Ck�llegiate Press Cor-
Washington, l. C. College stu-
dents who endure the dreary winter.
II VSill 1 "
Lrt'ii.i.K l.i w is
ADVEK I'iSlXti MANAGERS
;N "Pokey" Jonssoa
II ! i.l 1 OW NINO
:� : Elizabeth Layden, Harvey Deal, Jean Cooper,
well, John Crew Nancy Moore, Patsy Mclntyre,
. Rvelvn Aiken, Christine Caroon, LaRue
$1.00 per College Year
Numbers 68, 182
hi this morning's mail 1 found
three letters on hair. Two of them
were written more in pity than in
anger, hut the third was downright
"Brush your hair at Least ten
minutes every day That may be
all very well for people with long
hair and buns. Bu� it' you bad just
had you short, straight hair set,
would vou ir home and begin brush-
ing it for ten minutes I Why in ten
minutes there'd be nothing left i
all those new and beautiful waves
and end curls! Brushing may be
all right it' you ran have your
hair set every day. 1 call it ex-
Weil, it's not extravagance. An
brushing your hair every day for
ten minutes does not mean a set
IOme nojie in the percentage
United States Representatives an
ai the banquet for state employees
Frank. Gov, Philip La Follette
and two others were scheduled to
speak. But, Gov. La Senators who attem
���. WM onable to spite the fact tna! Henry Ford a
attend because of ill- Abraham Lincoln and any otherl
�� c. D. notable Americans scaled the heights
" ' ' , - � , Lf Buecess without benefit ot college
Cool, the wittiesl . '� . , , �
i raining t lie cola rat i i-
toastmaster in Maoi-1 m aatjonaj bgislal
ed the usual � �'� � �
I in the 'ongressional I ?ireetory, 35
son, voiveu in' I record their etlucationa
Under the cireum-1 attended conege
, � , i , irm si ner cent oi the member!
stances he said he was, �ian ' I '
, , i � ; thus recorded wenl to-college,
forced t change his ' . , . ,
, , ' , Without going haywire on static
Planned reference to . woM m from tne record
the Four Horsemen of K th;lt ms Phanees of election
the Apocalypse to that I Congress are improved four to
if the Three Musket- nne -( tlp aspirant is a college
d class matter December � 1925, at th.e V. S.
er.ville, NT. C, under the act of March 3, 1879.
036 Member 1017
Ptssoac'e-d Go'ioSiate Press
Distributi rs of
� nil. On the contrary, it makes
the waves and curls look more
natural and stay in longer. It makes
the hair more tractable than mere
It also gives the hair that beau-
tiful sheen and sparkle which is suf-
ficient in itself to make any hair
admired. The reason for this is two-
fold. Firstly, brushing is the only
exercise your hair can have. It
stimulates the scalp and therefore
� is no doubt the roots, and just as you yourself
, , , i feel and look more glowing after
tudv must find bounds somewhere, the nurater .
very day. Whih I wouldn I brusn
uv hair immediately alter a set, l tj , t(1 Speak, he was morel,) House an
want to make sure it (i). j(, Kad ,) the governor wasJRep,
immediately before and Pd certain-
iv brush it the day after. Brush-
ing the hair does not pull OUl tin
one, it tin
man or woman.
The total number of members
.hi. -I completely, 1 won
Senate is 531 13a
presentatives and 96 Senator
'ti to indicate in
tbsent, for "if we were introduced Of these, 90 lain
"orsemen. 1 would their official biographies whether or
elected asnot they went to college. Many of
I them doubtless did and others, ol
course, did not. However, the per-
il these unrecorded Con-
as tin- Pour
RECEIVED ONLY ONE CaLU.br
0F6REEAN LIB. FROM
WASHINGTON COLLEGE. M).
EN0U6H . - TCK AM
FOUR CjOOO S1Z1 D '�
QO-EO COMBOS' 9.fc8
� � � i'J Ari"
Students at the University w
dope out thi
�nt a ire
JOURNALISM COURSE NEEDED
. , for a our in journalism here has been long felt,
es not at presei
in a huddle trying to gressmen is probably not rery dif-
. answers to the strange ferent from the vast preponderance
elub were wearing at then
limited, and they ean teach only
brushing. Secondly, brushing give
ever, if some plan
could he worked out s hereby j x ,� Uiir added hrilliain-e and gl
of neusw ritn.tr. the result- should
Te o Ei ho and the College Publicity Bureau offer stu-
i opnortunitv for journalistic training. Only a limited
ia, so Trained, and even they recoive BO rigorous
v iuoming staff must almost immediately
. : rt �f writing news items. I he task .it la
is headlines usually falls upon one person,
because it (dean- the hair.
how dusty a table to
. . r vPfjlot those who reveal their educational
costumes members ol tne line .u-
�ir novel background. Congressmen reiei
, , I utst as nroullv to "educated in pub-
"sj- �� -Fiisl�r�'Z
thiaghts ( tbeir sallous or "scKducted �ue.v do�
. ; � '1 Harvard. 9b
With C. Ray Pruette.
to the Editor
"bus, in omit-
i . '�iti.m- we are not stacking the card
cage over her bead and a green
�nni- net around her body and wh
eld a stuffed fish in her hand had
One young lady who wore a birdti�g these �nknownfromjurlc�
ge over her head and a gree
tennis net around her body and whnl Mther way.
hit if one want- to consider each
,f the '�� unrecorded legislators as
. ollege wono
new irirl is. He
SO manv gals!
ws wondering for a while. ,
bottle non-college men. the figure in favor buildingi wnoevei
The man who carried
1 wonder who broke
the window in Austin
eandgloss, . , a wi��� of the college man is still impressive, it was a
v i �� from which flowered a blooming ' ' :
, in know , . �� K n ni-ii i" it this wav. Kepi eseuta-1 r .� up -�
gets in the earrot was tagged "the spn-tt oi, Fjgui � .t&� 1 J
urse of a day. and if you don't P' full background make up 69 per cenl of �
brush it t'recn.en.ly. � beeomesL; skoes un j hi(, WftS in. the personnel ol the fth t ongre il:mi.i
sticky and dull looking. D L, as "the social climber" or! , -eluded n the list o u a
someb. id v .
� one1more �"nl,� fB�SFthe elevation of a heeL"
� �-lv :1 matter " MUll-irl1 Bui the woman who had everr-l�
tile tOD �1
h n Jenkins
w ith m on
t the President's
illegians are numerous nun wnoj i,j (ian ;UV ltlt.r
�nded business colleges, took cor
ml v a t a ir new -paper.
iourualism already has
vina out the low ward strokes Iron, the topot euessing wore an isinglassh-esiondence work one who went
' . . i , the head. This kind ot brushing! '�' e 6 o Qsteopathic College, and
and at best ' , , - � , - 11 headdress, tii�oii winch was balanced i
only reaches' little oi the hair and I clothespins. Representative who took a cours,
if yur hair happens to be thmk. �' � " J.yv ihe Jfform.1 College oi A Amen
been suggested as a i
t hardiv touche
scalp at al
That is, ten or fifteen picked students j Begin by brushing your hair
ound your head from the hair-
heu. dividing the hair
all over voiir head.
ti pus reporters. A class p
� supervised newswriting, and quarter hours credit
Whether or not this course
j lime up
IS EMPLOYMENT PERMANENT
01 "T AST IN AMERICA? It is held that there
f people in F. S. who do not now and sever will lit
�.�� Busint recoTery will not end unemployment;
ach thoroughly for a te�
k. Then write an
Noman Sloore, in?5
rder to be a familv man.
, brought in- sister to n
,�, they knewy.nna-t,c I nnm at ndianapohs, BalJ
"That letter OUght tO !ret thelli
!ut surely nothing could be lost is the attitude of a "Bewilden
1 endorse such a trial during the Try this method of brnsMng every Greek" at the Cniversity of ttichi" "w�
lav for a week
definitePcoclusioris, but they knewI�ymn��� Lnw" �' mMimumlBMt whih- Nminan
that ii didn't signify Monday morn-1 Indiana. hands in agony waiting foT "Home! I
ing. One Congressman whom your Swee, u�utt. "
correspondent did not include in
� � the reckoning of "college men de-
j serves more credit for his training
than manv of those who earned an,pn
Stanley Scarborough se ins
tave a crush on a certain girl
He was seen al
He is Mat-1 1 v j j a9 PrbJav night.
I n a reee
; itear d som'
' i . .
� the enterti
tell me if I'm not right aboul the! When rival fraternity men at-j
value of brushing. ! tempted to appropriate the house of
tew A. Dunn of Pittsburgh. Mr.
hjnn lost the sight oi one eye m
�ontinued unemployment will not can the capitalistic
ail Society will -imply ignore the unemployed class
- r sent, unemployed are looked upon as victims oi
, i i legal equality with other classes. But with the
line of demarcation will become more definite. People
f you have a personal beauty
problem on which vou need advice.
nlease write WOMAN'S IN-
l'FKFST SYNDICATE, 522 Fifth
New York City.
ll'fe V. ) SI e V
an m t be "goo i
that i Ina Mat
, , l , an accident when he was 12 eat
his brethren, he wrote an open let- , . . , . , � . pioneei �omi
� . . J. j. 0d and. m another mishap at the j -� i
ter oi protest in the Mtchiqan . , , . , :� , � days. rancj
, � i � �� � ' age oi 20, lost the sight oi bis re:
huh 1 his is a nutshell of it: , - . Kt , ,� .
. e � i i- �. maming eve. .Mr. IMmn aid not , rt
"Members oi a rival fraternity "?, ' � t. i �' It Il Hams doesu 1 watch
, , �- allow these misfortunes to uown , , .
bave overrun our chapter house. xouFf. . .� , , , ,� with hi- long stem pipe he s g
1 him He became a s udent at tne
an't uo downstairs in the evening
over several oi
id Overbrook scl
.iiciioilv - eve out .
.� who never will be employed. The classes in-
� n.i�� -vstcin will bear children who will not ever be in contact I
p outside the svstem. The line that is now economic only
1 and, in turn. legaL The unemployed class in 1 . s-
a class of oatcastes.
Social Science, Autumn, p. 356.
� ; This theory based on inferences from history, is eon-
recent European developments; by the introduction ot a
svstem in C. S h political, economic, and military c'on-
Societv in our pinion, will be neither willing nor permitte
the unemployed. However, lasting unemploytnent may h
Now it wasn't
in' of demarcation becoming an mi-
� ig felt to be permanent.
them. They constantly invite them
selves over for meals in spite Ot" a!
frigid reception. In answer to our!
' - , i i ii , , i He "kept coming an
earnest queries they blandly state
that tiny enjoy our meals. " hat
can we do in the face of sueb com-
pliments. It seems as it' those fel-
lows just can't take a hint.
Tonight was the last straw
told to us, we
only heard. But
a large number
of students are
K a v Pruette iconic; ni m privacy.
really looks over
the latter, located at Philadelphia,
three years later.
1 was elected
to the 7d Congress in 1-932 when he
was :) years old.
The "co-eds" in ('oiigres who list
their educations, if not always their
ages, are all highly trained. They
; used lor r
ments, but tl
i. I moving i
i each � �
j ture macl. i i
in view tl
Bill Pratt has just earned
the age old custom of sending alen-
tines He sent a ehocolate heart toiu;l t�
some Rirl with "BilT' written on ihar last year
hen knights was .l1
I repair the
i Of coura i
11 he only lived
Clifton Brittoti told several peo- chine w
pie tlnit he tKin t go to see
state I i'
Several of these rival Greeks asked :� ��vll' AlVi?J ' in V �' Stoops to Conquer- for enjoyment, entertainn
me if 1 would leave my room so they �" th mtn;r d �& 2F ,mv i ; critic' T "
, . . � of their education. Mr r.dith! thev hav
the campus, or
does he "peep
(Sorry, but we
Norse Rogers of Massachusetts, Rov Barrow, who sold candy at state si
graduated from Rogers Hall SchoolLQe j Ball, seems to think the ad
And beer Sowed from the waterjat Lowell, and then attended
pump on the Harvard University I Madame Julien's School a
campus, so the story goes. France. Caroline O'Day, representa-
Au undergraduate Aladdin wholtive-at-large from New York states
never even rubbed on a Harvard! in her biography that she gradn-
mn candv could easuv '�
be the organiza
� ' �' '�- life's ambition!
- �� i1" A
WATCH YOUR HABITS
sauses nearly one-third of all deaths in F. S. Fast
�Jeans died daily of this disease: there were three
death- from ibis cause in 1935 as in L930,
I number of victims, there were about three times as many
Increase in deaths due to heart disease since It 1 o has
pi Main cause 1- hypertension brought about by -train oi
F. S. Public Health Service states that twice as many deaths
cause was hypertension, occurred in 1934 as in 1932.
apple a uay�Fve; Hold that "lm
� Daniel: Never say dieMethusi
lab: You big fish�donah.
Has been said that the Wood sis-
ters can't recall the names of even
best friends these days.
At the Violin Musicale in Chapel
lasl Friday, those who listened good,
could hear 1 ill Pratt keeping time
fashioned pump into a beer-spouter J Athens, Georgia; and Mrs. Nani ,u. music with his foot.
had his plan�to keep the tank tilled Wood Honeyman. Oregon, finished
WHO SAID IT FIRST? An L fi to tr.msfoi.m an oF.l-l atT from Luc? Cobb Institute,
�i l l.1 . II .1 1 ht u iiui -
THE COLLECTIVE WEALTH of F. S. women is estimated at $210
I 0,000,000, or 70 per eenl trf the country entire private wealth; this
include- all insurance policies made out to women by men who are still
alive. Of the -2:5 richest women (owning iHIO.noo or more), all but one
did no amass fortunes themselves but obtained them as wives and
daughters, heirs and assigns of the nation's richest men. Half of them
i ake little or no interest is handling their affairs j none of them is striking-
ly active in polities; very few participate in religious activities.
Fortune, November, p. 115.
Men's faults are many.
Women have but two:
j, ( in is. Everything they say.
And everything they do.
�Upper foira Colh-gian.
at St. Helen's Hall, attended the I wonder who Camille
Finch School in New York, and jig casting shy glances at i
studied music wirh tin
with enough beer to last 24 hour?
spoiled by the alarm of a passing
Innocently the discoverer jerked
the handle up and down and stepped
back in amazement when amber
liquid gushed from the mouth and man from New Jersey; .and Mrs,
foamed in a trough. "Beer be Jenckes of Indiana fail to record
senior, hv the way
yelled, and SO quickly gathered
around, plying the handle and guz-
(Please turn to page three)
A divinity student named Tweedle
Once wouldn't accept a degree.
It's tough enough being Tweedle,
Without being Tweedle, D.D.
which is more colorful: Geneva
Brown or Jud White!
SALARIES OF OFFICE WOKKEHS. The following table shows
the medium of monthly salary rates by occupation, based on the earn-
ings of more than 40,000 women. (Half earned more and half less
than the amount shown): �
Secretary $156 Correspondent fl0-
Supervisor 153 Machine operator 98
Cashier, teller 123
Hand bookkeeper Ill
Dept. of Labor, Woman's Bureau, School Life, Dec p. Ill
Edward McDowell for several years.
Mrs. ("arraway. the Senator from I wonder what Frances Hendei
Arkansas; Mrs. Norton, Congress-Json was worried about Monday
night, that made her sulk for a much m
week ' aren't foi
General clerk 90
File clerk 81
A bird in the hand is bad table
A fool and his money are some
If you want to remember things,
tie a string around your finger. If
you want to forget things, tie a rope
around your neck.
BANANA PEEL�Food article
that brings the weight down.
There has been some talk as to
Things We'd Like to See�
Rock Venters weighing 100 pounds
and seven feet tall.
Pennie Burkette changing to
Edna Rouse and Ambrose as the
world's most famous ballet team.
Hampton Noe without his blonde
Table D-10 in the new dining hall
using table manners.
Sylvan Knowles the same height
as Ray Pruette.
Clifton Britton stirring his cof-
fee with something other than a
Fran Ferebee on roller skates.
Sue Speed slowing up.
Mr. M. L. Wright wrong.
Viola Smith's new ring.
the extent of their education in
their official biographies.
Whatever else their families may
be. the members of the 75th Con-
gress cannot be (barged with lack
of college training. The vast ma-
joritv of them went to college.
All of us
cannot fui c
And we know
h has be
"small pay -
"She Stoops to Conquer"
Is Presented By Rocky
Mount Little Theatre
PUBLIC FORUM IS
HELD IN LIBRARY
OF HIGH SCHOOL
(Continued from page one)
tate correlation of new knowledge
and past learning and experience.
4. Develop a critical attitude which
demands validation of claims. 5.
Promote tolerance and openminded-
ness. 6. Stimulate sense of public
responsibility. 7. Develop logical
thinking and improve the speaking
ability of the average man. 8. Re-
duce power of emotion and preju-
dice. 9. Train people in methods
and analysis and testing of facts.
10. Build the community spirit and
(Continued from page onei
been a smaller group of active mem
bera interested in the actual produc
tion of plays. They have regular
monthly meetings, write original
plays, and give studio programs in
which they produce plays illustrat-
ing their study.
The only time these players have
ever entered the North Carolina
drama contest was in 1931 and they
won first place, with the play "Drums
of Oude This year they will again
enter the contest and will present
"He by Eugene O'Neill. Their
plays for the public this year are
"Whistling in the Dark and three
one-act plays. "She Stoops to Con-
quer" was their chief play last year
and was presented at the college by
the special request of the entertain-
' l: � �
cord, so why not
complain to his �
over a thousand -�
guardian- and ;t :
complaining, th -
different. But are
the minority rule
That isn't democrat
All Btudents art
spending money am
sayitig ii dime p
� e maJfcH?'
i feel safe m
i i" ni tor
re than a dun- �' t
�a colas, or such. StudeateJ
a movie I'i
or ?5 cents to se
,eh of tbi?
town, and from h� bum�
does be benefit! Wh. "JJ.
cents he can go to an �"�. g
ment, see a free movie (p� � j
bit old but a good show i. atw
ize that his money is going
spent by an organ Uati on p &
he is a member or IB �&icn
Last year when so man?
(Please turn to page �nr'
H. L. HIL
I i JRi
1 - I
and m i
t 'harleston, Sont '
came a member ol
partment ol this co
'ng of the fall
In addition to U
up is a eontributj
JornaL of Educai
MunicipnJ li' �
�Ulantie Monthly. I
trough the United
West as Arizona, and
't'ftion of the writiu
IVndleton his bobby.
Although he ha-
( wrolina Teachers (I
s�'irt time. Dr. Hildrf
himself to the set-uj
already won the praj
�f a large number of
setting high standai
to the Editor
�t each i � r
� ill I"I - KfC
:� ! I ; uvfl
F Barents o
on (Fould N
. ntf tl) I"
, � ire we going . �
i ,v role the wapnv'
' " � allowed
1 �� fe.�' �� in
and we � ,
, spPBf for �� an
Pn( w�uW beat inP
� dime M�t f"r '?
- or ,uch Stwdent" st
cents t� see 11 i �
i, f tin
s from horn much . 10
benefit I Where tor
can go to an ZL
. , free movie (po'hH a
ml a good -show), and reai
M his money M g�n ?. h
v an organization of �
BMWirmr or in which he
BfL � ftl
vear when so many m
final turn to pae four
THE TECO ECHO
SALLIE JOYNER DAVIS
4 H Miss SaUie Joyner Davis, a ehar-
i and ter member of the faculty of East
Sin . . ' � : ��'� a Teacher- Collegi
in b struct or
E. C. HOLLAR
Mr. E. p. Hollar, supervisor of
practice teachers in history and in-
structor in history, comes from Mis-
souri. He was
horn and educated
in rural Johnson
He a t t e n d e d
tory, was horn in
a in- ouit v.
Sh�- was educated
BY SCORE 3728
souri, where he re-
ceived his l'd.B.
degree in lil2 and
, m- l! S. degree in education in 1919.
In 1923 Mr. Hollar received his
M.A. degree from the University of
High School and Atlantic Christian College Sends
later ,he Normal Band Along With Team
Scl1 at War-
On last Thursday night, tin
Ka-t Carolina Teaehei
1'irates defeated Atlantic Christian
College � to 28 in one of the fastest
games seen on the local court this
In about the lir-t ten minutes
FARLEY'S QUINTET PIRATES PLAY TWO
DEFEATS GU1LF0RD GAMES WITH HIGH
POINT FEB. 16-17
Shelton and Ridenhour Lead
Offense as Pirates Trounce
Quakers. 31 to 20
The Easl (Carolina Teachers 1-
lege cagers gained sweet revenge
upon the Guilford Quakers when Well, the Pirates beal Atlantic
they trounced them by the score!Christian College, so another record
Have Never Won a Basketball
Game From the Panther
to 20. Coaeh Bolev Farley's I remains unbroken. . . . Yoi
Missouri and since then has done S�1' ,lH' 8COre as some-
rwo and one-half years' graduate w'bat even, but Coach Farley's team
work at Peabody College. led ,iU tDe h;i11" 17 ln-
udent in college, Mr. Atlantic Christian Bull-Jgoals and led at the half h
dogs came back strong in the third
� urns Ih- served
gt . of hi- high
; ' I'
: nis college an-
tory and coached
�. � ars in high
teaching for tin
� is college. Aside
g experience, Dr.
tmenl of the Gulf
. lie served for
Lt 1'tlited States
if u hich was spent
vice president of the H r;m" lK strong in tin- tnirojscore oi i. I
senior class, class poet, president of ana fi quarters and earae within Featuring for the 'I
f tying the -core at!the work of Shelton at
I i�- i i
! tiidennouc at gunr
1. terary Society, and a nv" l)0tJ
" I'hi Sigma l'i I War- P�mt-
� Stannton, Vir-
inia Later Miss
Davis studied at
Won an's College of the Uni-
Xrth Carolina. Duke
� � at Durham, . (' I"ni-
� oi Pennsylvania it
�i.t. and the I niversitv
ia at Berkeley.
� asked what
& as � student in college, m - ,
� is rph - J Ha was !o1 jong (.
� '�' r member
Ul o! Miss Davis teaching has teacher in Missouri and Oklahoma .
'� done in the State of Xorth io� ? t i l i . I'awson
On next Tues
ghts, the Pirt
!� know, Point Jollege
(jiiint was master of the game from for the past three years, neither tean
the very beginning, running up eight has won both games from the other
. . And are our face- red
Ml the year we have been oh di
points before the Quakers were abh
to register their first goal. Thei
the Pirates held 'hem for the balance for
of the first half to two lone field out
vill play High
in the college
i spected to be
hardest fou z I
iU,y' rensburg) and Phi Delta Kappa Atlantic Christian College sent team mates to victory
8 (Peabodv.) ;i 25-piece band and a large cheer-jeleven points respectively.
Mr. Hollar's first teaching posi- ing rUtU along with their team, played a great defensive -
� -l lion was in the rural schools of Roy stil1 weTe anaB defeat their! made some beautiful dm
Missouri, where he stayed ri SL
ten he serve
ir live vears.
i lie lineups :
State of Xort
i"a. She has taught history
he'mat ics in the high schools
and 11ml '
rtlt towns for ten vears. Later he taught
ueation in Union G�n '���� Brouffbton, e
. i Point, education at West Tennessee Teach-
he taught history in Greens- ers' College: and came here in St
1 : St
, . ' 'tn 11 me g
World N ar.
t t. r.
oro t otfege and then came here as tember, 1926.
" '� f" � Ihge. Mr. Hollar enjoys "gardening an.
1 extensive- doing odd jobs about the house" a
the C"nited his hobbies. However he has ;
Rogers, g .
Walters, g '
dohn-on. c -
Mi Davis has trave
y- baving been aeross the United his hobbies. However he" has an- Totab 12
our times by different routes, other hobby that is quite different : ECTC , G
; north to Alaska and from that of the average teacher. 'Hlivtl- ' � 4
has also spent four that of trying to find someone in 1ln' . v
nth- in Eurone. c.e, r tJi tio.t l IFerbee, t
- take an active
if activities. His
each oi hi- classes that he can tease.
As to her hobby, Miss Davis says Mr. Hollar helped establish one
d" the first rural consolidated schools
there i- a suitable prize to the stu-
s enlivened , i
w ho iin.
in Missouri and went as instructor
Mi Davis i- a true friend of the3 bistory w'fh '1 first Kicks Tour
udents and faculty. She under- T" ew Knglam! aud Canada in
i- people and
in her quiet, tin-
i assuming manner she i- helping pe
UI�. i;� Score at hallACC 10;ECTC 17:
Characteristic of Mr. Hollar are oftJ�-ils : Bhmmingdale and May.
: -?U'i - are a Die
. njoy. He is in-
- and enthustasti-
the team Also
. fish inc. and urn
to understand themselves. Her !l -vllil1 nature and pleasant smile. INSTITUTE TO WITHDRAW
ill ideals, keen sense of humor. knows students by their first
ightful personality, and seholarlv n�mes, gives them the feeling that
Featuring for the Quakers wa
the work of box at forward, wh
easily proved to the observers to into each yell
be the outstanding player for hislare our faces red.
team. He led hi- team with scoring I accept the comDlinn
1 15 1
honors with a total of seven points. thank the CTioh
i a in a
Fox, b .3
Fables, F 1
Overman, b 1
Gibbons, b 0
Met 'ominous, ('
Fortley, (i .1
Kipler, (i 1
FT TP tew posies to you students who like
to yell. . . . Really, the yelling isn't :
so had these daynd to Sin-
clair we give the title: champion
1Harris MartinL . EShelton i alfee
�!�. weHampton(St, it
Hid !OSs aBrinklev(.Lowell
FROM BIG TIME FOOTBALL
mind make her outstanding
e is their "college daddy and is Pittsburg, Pa. � (ACP) �� The
teacher ami a builder. In her con- vd by them as such. Frequently Carnegie Institute of Technology
structive wav Mi� Davis has had students are heard to remark. "I I cannot afford "big-time" football
a large part in the building of this don't tike history but I like Mr. Hoi- and has set in motion a new athletic
institution. Being thorouchlv ac
�condarv i du
nil- classes. He makes those old policy, it has been announced by its
quainted with every part of North !l M'In human president, Ir. Robert K. Doherty.
Carolina, and having her riidi store 'r- Hollar says. "J have always Simultaneously, Pres. Doherty
f experience as a background Miss been the "runt' in every group with named William A. Kern, former
Davis riews and interprets the most u('n f have associated, hut have first assistant to Jock" Sutherland,
eomnles situations from a modern 1(l'r bad the nickname, 'Shorty football coaeh at the University of
It ma well be -��' ' wonder why Pittsburer, head coach.
alien at Freder-
i'kbu re, ir-
i mthwestern Col-
v : sas, in 1928.
This Collegiate World
LAURA T. RUSt (Continued from page twoi
ura Rose, a member of the zij,lir nn,n tneT iad exhausted t
A prepared statement by the pres-
ident said :
"The ("arnegie Institute of
Technology plans to leave big-time
football. It is too expensive. Like
a number of other institutions.
Totals 7 6
ECTC G FT TP
Calfee, F 1 l 3
Shelton, b (I lo
Stowe. ' 2 II 4
K. Martin. C1 0 2
Lowell, (i 0 1 l
Ridenhour, G 4 "11
Totals13 5 31
Score at half: ECTC 17: Guil-
ford 4. Officials�Bloomingdale
Ad on the postoffiee bulletin
oard of the University of Minne-j
ojsota: Xew Books at Sacrifice. Stu-
dents quit school to get married,
SO what I I'd like to Sell the hook
Teachers Send Telegrams
To Chairman D. L. Ward
Blackburn College males pulled
the wool over their own eve- -wool
or cotton, before going to the last
dance oi the semester. It was an
informal "sweater affair" with no
. & v0
Laughters and sons of business
men make up more than half the;
student population of Carleton Col-
Greek and Latin, the
'ell aS- e?r
(Continued from page nnei
sured a long life a
University as a result of a be
less and until the teachers are given j"1 W0,000 from an alumnus to be
further increases. At the present entirely t1- scholarships in f
r rot the l niver- Starin
sit v of Virginia.
department, was horn in Uik
St Croix, Minnesota; � figur iT
where -he Sti"
M.A. degree in po
� i science in
1831 and h i b
r in 1935. In addi-
stitutiona, Dr. Hil-
lied at Fredericksburg
- College and at Johns
ge, I �r. Hildrup was
Y Wi A. being leader
western Gospel Team
Kan-as and Oklahoma.
p concern the mounting deficit
would Last a whole; which its athletic association has
lay wailed the perpetrator when )ia( face durimr the pas
makes her ume j�, i lf tne waMl. "Well lm V(.ars ,B IS (.T1rt to lna
Prom the age ol ;sddd. after having taken an in- against serious handicaps a firs
1X (' fourteen Vl.iltl,rv of hi- liquor closet, "I'm football team.
Mi- Rose attend- ,��� r,( fill ir with ehampagne to- th, hj (.IltlulI requirements.
ed a bwedu morrow u t!i:lf ,�.ople won, take (.v(v (iss S(.)l(�,ul(.s an(1 ri(,i(,
m1 1r " exams so seriously. scholastic standards insisted upon
mouths even stun- '
i � ' . i hv tlit institution have made tlie
mer making eleven T MU.V(.V of �!m K. Tunis,L of Inaintauiing such a team
��� educatmnL of �Wta rull�g� Worth. n�xt to im1((Ssibl( and without
:l V , While r look- like "a prospectus for it tll(. n.suij &m )(u th(. im.(me
Attei compn a ni,w Iuinins, company" compared of fll(l atl,i0tie association has been
ing her secondaiy uifh lnhu. Pundit Robert
time the "administrator whieh
mean- the superintendents and prin-
cipals get an average of at least
two and one-half times �, much pay
as the teachers.
But the appropriations commit-
tee does not say how the money ap-
rved with! propriated shall bo divided, but fixes
only the lump sum. The manner in
whicli this money shall be divide
Love and music combine to help t
coed tennis student- at Westmin-llr
ster College develop rhythm. Mis
i.ove. director ol
course, explains that waltz music is j
the best accompaniment for service f
See Them at
Coburn's Shoe Store
Quality Footwear at
t few between teachers and admmistra-jA
intain I tors" is the job of the State School a
tclass Commission, under regulations set T
ueation, Miss Rose attended Um Benchtev.
nadequate for the purpose.
"owever. the institution desire:
, lll,cl .illil wnhtuiii j .ill 1 ii � lloneei,(lieilisiiiiiiioitue-iies
"The Virginia Conven- !aTnsDAdo1 T , rni En "Sobering Statistic a t(1 (.(I1forui to fa practice of most
6" was awarded a oneM? f- -h'gree. l-atm -ne h r(Aumn in ht. rwelve-Twenty- colleges in the matter in the control
)iri,e hv the Society iM T JZ fh" &W" a special publication of atlll(.ti,s.
i in 1935. He was a �. � ?� � Wk;i " elW ul ltl2 H:irvrd "Hence it has been decided that
he Southwestern Orderthe. l n'v"rt Wisconsin, while rnn(.Iilv ,llt. Il(l((j jiUlilllst af. )h(i sid),nf aU(1 tll(, tnlst(rs w;n
! the highest scholasticHp1 her undergraduate wa.rk at in. 1 j (.omi.()1 aH(!
ed bv the college fac- Ga 1:IV" Adolphns, Mms Kose was �Mp Tnui vou vvi� Ivint.uibcr. ollt for aew mvme.
hwestern College and President ol the Woman s Luthet g gBod ,(Hik ;i, hi ( g5 T1is puri,ust. is llot ,� (ll,(p )oot.
iiors who make grades keag�e were, yar. ;lt'ter graduation from Uar- )au We believe this sport eulti-
m in the highest tenth I M' Lose has taught m the oh- v.nrd and found that practically vat(.s vtrt ,v (.lty illHnmr stn-
iting cksa. H- is also ' mentarj and high schools of Mm- notliing ol value had been aceom- dents � and alumni ami provides
Pi Gamma Mn. aa-pesots and Wisconsin during the plished by it- members in a quarter worthwhile physical education to at
for the advancement i regular -chool year and then has eeiitury l,ast S()111( (,f the undergraduates
� nee- and of the Viraught in a Swedish church school Benchky, a graduate of the IM2 ani jt j fam worthy of support.
Association, South during the summer. Later she
d taught history in a nigh school tor
tie year in Montana ami for three feania, "or at any rate onlv oik
� ineh jjyears in Idaho. Mi
lliripai of high school ere for the past el
m;) County. Virginia: I Miss Rose i- a member of the "It I were a
history in Lane High; State Loa.nl of Directors of the he continued, J could show that i2 Ufford the program of the past.
niversitv of Virenia A.A.U.W. and leader for interna- per cent haven't got $3,000.000 to! tfBat football is only one phase
ncellor Hiah SchoolJ tional relations study group- in the1 their name. !M percent can't jugglei0f the athletic program contem-
l.�l A.A.L.W. and thai we haven't a single Pres-j plated under the new plan. We wish
forth in the School Machinery Act.
So these teachers should in reality
take their case and complaints to
the State School Commission and
the house and senate committees mi
education, when they start consid-
eration of the school machinery act,
it is pointed out here. The school
commission has consistently sided
with the teachers in their salary con-
tentions against the administrators
in the past.�Daily Reflector.
AND SEETHE NEW 1937
� � �
j Carolina Sales Corp. X W. T. GRANT CO.
�rieal Association, am
I istorical Association.
a-s inmselt. reported that the class -One evidence of our intention
reduced' only one Bishop of Al-jj ti,(. employment of a full-time
coaeh. We would encourage wide
Rose has been Bishop of Albania who later became j participation, as in class teams, and
leven years. prime Minister ! we want just as good a varsity team
calamity howler as we (.a'� afford; merely we can't
iurg. Virginia: acting local , .
of history in King Col- Having traveled widely in the ident �t the 1 tilted States.
tol, Tennessee; assent United State Miss Eose has many - HQLTZCLAW RECEIVES
i of history at the Citadel, interesting experiences to relate. MISS HOLUtLAW KJicmvJio
, Sooth Carolina, Be be- Misa Rose says that perhaps the LETTER OF APPRECIATION
member of the history de-m08t thrilling experiences she ha
� of this college at the open-
� tall quarter.
lition to teaching. Dr. HiL
�M ;hutor to the Virtjinia
� Edu�titm, the Xillional
, view, the Journal of
History, and the South
M mtkly. He has traveled
the United States as far
vrizona, and makes the col-
f the writings of Edmund
n his hobby.
ugh he has been at East
a Teachers College a very
me, Dr. Hildrup has adapted
to the set-up here, and has
won the praise and respect
ge number of students. By
high standards, he has ap-
partieularly to the better
mid were a ten day hiking trip in . The following letter was re-
the Montana Rockies, and her mule- ceived by Miss Holtzclaw last Men
ba,k ride down the Grand Canyon ; day from W. .1. Adams. Jr business
trail. Fach Christmas Miss Rose j manager of Rocky Mount Little
spends the holidays in Boston and i Theater Players
each summer she goes in her Ford j Miss Katharine Holtzclaw,
to Minnesota. By ning different j East Carolina Teachers College,
routes she sees much that is new Greenville, N. C.
to her each year. Miss Rose also Dear Miss Holtzclaw:
expressed a desire to get to Europe
before some disastrous war destroys
everything she wishes to see.
Quiet, reserved, and dignified,
Miss Rose proves to lie a most in-
teresting person. She makes Amer-
ican history live by supplementing
it with her fascinating stories of
life in the West. Miss Rose will
long be remembered by her students
as one who loves history and who
has led many others to love it.
On behalf of our group I want to
express to you, your associates and
the student body our most sincere
appreciation of the cordial welcome
you gave us and the many courte-
sies you extended us. Each of us
will have only the most pleasant of
memories of your College,
Thanking you again, and with
kindest regards, I remain,
W. J. ADAMS, JR.
to see even greater interest and
participation in the other sports
than in the past, more play for
fun and recreation.
"To carry out our purpose there
will be reorganization. As already
indicated, the complete control of
athletic operations will be exercised
by the president and the trustees.
"A new department of the Carne-
gie Institute of Technology�the
Department of Athletics�under the
leadership of the director of
athletics�will be created effective
July 1, 1937
Continuing, the report stated
stated that, although the reorganiza-
tion will become effective July 1
there will be a three-year period of
transition during which time the
change from present operations to
those on the new basis will take
place. By that time all students
on the teams on the present basis
will have finished their careers as
The junior girl af Miami Univer-
sity who fell into a deep stupor every
time she attended one of her lecture
finally found that the reflection of
tour lights on the professor's glasses
was hypnotizing her
It is possible for Indiana I niver-i
sity coeds to get their "hook larnin"
for as little as $259 a year, exclusive
of clothes, transportation, labora-
tory fees and laundrv.
I'm going to
We always go there
FOR NEW SPRING SUITS
DRESSES : COATS
502 Dckinson Ave. Across from State Bank
SPRING PARADE IS HERE
in FLOWER GARDENS OF DRESS, and they are here in your
favorite pastel colors. Then the MANNISH SUIT that will thrill
you. The DRESS SUIT that will please you. Do come in and
take a peep.
'T? t wrr
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11
Full Fashioned Hose 39c
Only One Day
CHARLES STORES, Inc.
THE TECO ECHO
Math Majors Meet For j
Social Hour In "Y" Hut
Fun - Provoking Mathematical DINNER MEETING AT COLLEGE
Games are Enjoyed ENDS ANNUAL SCOUT SESSION
Misses Ruby Lee Rich, Clinton;
Edna Knight, Seven Springs;
� h. iv . � ,1 i;�r IlineHe Clarke, Grimesland; ami
� '� dinner meeting in tne inning "u " ,
- Chih i n i , i- -11- th Maraarel Lassiter, Conway visited
a ' in" ji'ill IhI'i' at '� . t.i O CIOCK Oil till �
J were evening 0 January 28 bronghl to fiends here recently.
Xylda an end a full day of activities of
the Easl Carolina Council, Boy
Mi Annie Worthington,
graduate of the past fall quarter,
t America, annual meeting. . ' . . �.
was here the nrsl week-end in tni
Miss Worthinirton is now
'clock in tlic afternoon,
i i i . i I ntont li.
�mn a li"ll at Mrs.
- .�� teaching at (irimeslana.
�rkni- . 1 iilli'H me tni. �
groups in m th" town
ih .v to 6 o'clock,
ition box hour was also
o'clock at the hieh
Other former students who came
� I ITlCipU
I. I .in
1 (� j .��� l i � �
ting that can bapp a
i iritv Di
baek to visit their Alma Mater ai
1 library, and was conducted
Willi m E. l.awroii assistant
tor of health and safety for
In Bnnouct was underway at
Hag ceremony u as neio
ick. This was followed
�atii'ii. after which Dr.
Misses Carolyn Briukley,
beth Wilson, and Jean Thomas.
Miss ('ailunil" MeLaurin Beattj
was married to Plummer floke
I.ill Saturday afternoon, January
It! at the bride's home in Ivanlmc.
Lilt- lias been a member oi
i'acultv at K"ll' for several
to BILL TERRILU
HCfi W�W5HtR� FRESHMAN, I AKftiNG
AN LOCATION 15" UKE " KXi i iNG
OFF A UJ&' HE'S-WE CHAMSW
LCX. ROLLER OF H'isN ENGLAND-
1 I Ienderson, ('hairman ol the
t, ii ille district, and professor
of , duration In re, introduce 1 Mayor,
M. K. Blount, who gave a "word
The feature of the dinner meet-
ing was an address bj Mr. Lawrence.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Miss Ruby Elizabeth Hughes of
Jackson and John Calvin Barrett
wen married in WilliamstOB, danii-
American Bar Association
Announces Essay Contest
I '� I
mi 1ri l ga 111 ri n an
uW- FIRST COED 6RADUATF. WAS
SHE GRADUATED FROM WESLfcYAJO
COUEGEMACOM.GA. IN 1840 g
a a V.
(Continued from page two)
as tin first ones netted a
good amount. This i- prool
students, in most cases, know
Continued frnm page one)
in considered for a prise unless
it has been reeeivi
liV tli" eXeell
i Associated Collegia Press ;
tive secretary of the association, 1140 Washington, D. C. Most parents
the last ones netted hardly j ���.� Street, Chicago, v.ith sons in college send ea j of �
� llinois. on or before April 1. 1937. them a check e'aeh month, and leave i
Form of submission: Each eon jt t tjM young man discretion as
tant shall submit bis essay in 11w ;T
Uev nave speni a- mucii a- ;1 i�
- � ! . lit spaced, on one side i plain wnu
ipv can afford and when thev.should i , ii b i � l,
paper, letter size lanout b i t�
a K UP" li inches , and mail as first
Tb"iiin.yt stu t"nt-an-ati u),hut foWmg. I, shall
w it n
mil be spent. Uncle
�ever, when going about thui . . . , ,
wuicti ngiires are a anani
i-k oi educating future army, navy,
by and coast guard officers uses another
ass method. II" foots tin- bilF, just j financial aid
the parents do. but he doesn't colleee students. Of this
ave been taken from rein t rol
eeause of a shortage of funds to
Derate tli" projects. However, there (
a- been no such move initiated a
.itii regard to students receiving �
o. aid, despite the fact that the ,
ntoney for both work-reliejl and col-
I Mvnux t'rn the -aim turn
tional Youth Administration gavt
mor � :i:�n 127,000
SERVED ALL Da
a.o comes tn
! a N"n ember, tl
hi hie annui
l. . l; C
� i. 11
l-n t n
- that they are asking tor now.
ii this year our shows are
�v than ever before. Ehe thing
want i- a way to raise money
the up-keep and functioning ol
v . not disclose the name ol the writer turil ,ilt. money over to the studentLonM. 57011
r Lear any distinguishing mark ex all, permit him to pay hi- expense
'jeep! the state in which hi- Bchool
are ii her wavs
and the remainder nndi rgraaua 1 -
is situated, the name of which state count of eaeh midshipman and
shall he typed at the top of the first ujjh si every month. Thejreduced, the aumber of X A col
j page, and the number obtained from .(mien; is also credited with 75 centsI jPg, students has apparently in
1 for fubsig"T 1,ri1flme,l. Complete data on Jan
total to aboni iiU a month
the executive secretary.
. the anther -hall be submitted t
'xecutive secretary in a Bep This is not attending monev, ho
mg money, eul we dare saj aratp �. (inv 1 whichjever for out0f the $87.50 must
��melupe will be furnished for that funds for food, 1ks, clothes
be Xaval and
lam us much titoi
as Ii the Lhuuence
"A Free Picture
Length of essav
Xit to e"i 1 il
rherefore we tlonk that student four tnou8ana words, including foo
notes, it' anv. Citation will not be
mould be allowed t
picture machine as imiir as
u- are tree and provisions
iimteii among '
In- four thousand
and other expenses.
Military Academy are paid for the!
meal- eaten by the student; uni-j
forms are bought: lanndrv and
uarv, the current mom
been assembled in ti
but it looks a- ii' then
stiostaiictal increase In
colh j' -aid students.
�ar from tin-
xpeii-c- are paid. Meantime. th(
words, but quotations will be count ) ,�� midshipman hasn't seen 1
�.trac �"�� broken, since ed whether included in footnotes or ,llll(. o !lis monthh
therlthai the Power-Tbat-B will cut
1 X YA college aetn ities only as
last resort, after all ether sources
The total number of incle Sam has
h.iiii the monev
if eeonomv have been exhausted.
Incidentally the National Youth
red by student money, and will worda oll t.ah page 9hall be typed (i. his expenses, or rathe cmlited Administration and the Civilian
-ei as a beneh! for the stu- at the bottom of such page of at least hi;u vvilil this amount ami Uncle Conservation Corps were -ii. K
AND TAXI SERVICE
A Gift Inspired By
Sentiment. . .
Our mam purpose 111 writing tln-
1- to ask the Entertainment Conimit-
nl tee and faculty to reconsider and
as use the picture machine as
one nt the triplicate copies.
l'i-ie The following cash pri
w ill be awarded :
$300.00; third 1
Ille writer oi the essay awaraet
use me pieture iu.ie.iui � j M j1( vj 11 j III l.( Ml ; �"
long as it i- used properly. MayU
it wouldn't 1
It this cannot 1m- done, are there j hoard of governors of the A
hopes of appropriations from
Sam ha- also been spending it for non-military organizations tbat Da
thindent. The men donT have tola part of thi Inaugural Paradi 0
struggle for laundry my after the 20th. The CCC boys and float
blowing their expense eheck onjof the NYA proudl 7 paraded
extracurricula activities. I
�- to that.
nclei Pennsylvania Avenue despite thi
i torrential rant that drenched them
:l bad idea to limit 00.00; and fourth place, $100.00. gut ,i(.v ,j ,r( to t(. �� Qf thi President and a hundred or tw
1"� �' nl-v- Th awards win be made by the .h(,n. money 8nd jingle a tittle thousand Rpectators.
n' board nt' governors of the American change in th ir pockets. After their
lh' Bar Association, at the 1037 an- xll(.1t� ;in. li,i. the students are Apprt
We believe Ihi
ill lM-eoim- quite a
nual meeting oi the association m �ven a ;� amount for spend-
iximately SO per cent
n anticipate an appoin
10 with her
Kansas City, llissouri, upon the r-� n� monev.
tive if they are given a chance. ommendation of a committee of ' o n
Two Students. three judges selected by the president qb to Weal Point, Annapolis, 01
, , J t � � of the association. the Coast Guard Academy at ISTew
Sokoloff First To Play New
Steinway Concert Piano
r-larive- n Zimbalist's accompanist, Sokoloff, ,
, , , rule Sage who gained national 1 personal accounts.
wf8. the firsl to.P on�" prominence by cnlculating that
. �, Steinway grand concert pianoN cofe enough UpstiA ,��. .tu,1(.m. who
recently purchased t cast an- �. t(1 lVr barn, is making financial aid from the XYA haveRobt. B. Withrow of Purdue 1 ni I
'i ' ik- Una I eachers ollege.
For years a good concerl pian
contracl tne disease wniie tney an
having a cold or after they have
recovered from one, states Dr. Wal- j
ter Jingester of the bacteriology j j SMOKE SHOPPE I
London, Connecticut, remember that department at the 1 niversitv of � � � �'�'� � ' �"� �" "�' '����� I
Madison, W'i. - I A'd'i The L'ncle Sam will look after you, even j Michigan.
niversitv of Wisconsin's "Slide- to the extent of keeping your
in a vear to cover a
his rule say queer things again.
Ahlru Lingard has diseove
Varicolored lights ol different �;� j
Igrees of brilliance affect growing White's Stores, Inc. !
�eeiveI plant- iii different ways, sav Prof. I
5c to S5.00 I
been fortunate their number has I versitv's horticulture department.
�red that m.t been reduced as baa the a tun- Some hasten maturity others j Best values in Greenville for the j
"She university heating plant would her on work-relkf projects. Han-j strengthen the stems, and still others i col,e9e 9irl- Complete line of
the weeK- has been one of the great
m Rocky � ,��. that has been keenly fell
whenever an artist had to play on. , , i; TL
, � � � dents smoked in the huililings.J ne
the old one. Several times pianor
U-e J.t toll
-pent the Week-
iarv 30 in Rocky
tave been sent here for ju-t one
es- coal a year if sttt- J dreds of thousands of WPA workers j stimulate seed production.
in the buildings. (The1
in- hazard bans smoking.) Ninety-
n lit "e.ii ju- on. )f th(, heaJ vahu woul,
at a cost 01 $150, and had ' 1 .1 ,
Guard -pent the week
January 30 w
incert ay a eosi 01 �iiw, aim uau - . 1 .1 �
, ' , . , � come from eitrarettes and the re
0 be returned immediatelv. Ill . , .
, , 1 , ii mainder trmu pipes.
indents here became interested!
Doing some more aerious "sliding,
tin two year- ago they started a AW fmui(1 that Bm, ite spon(1!
fund tor a new piano. They foundmifm f()1. �.�� iini $9,5001
that they could not raise enough t
, . , � . 1 for pipe tolmeco a year.
Smith -pent th(. lr-hase one. hnt tnrned the ainoiint �g . u
,er nt- mi Seven J1 -ver to -ollefre authorities. 13J eiaarette. and
1 Iumu .11 ocvku This year the Entertainment Com
end w ith
mittee added $300 to the original
fund, and in connection with the
cmore -pent tne we� . . � n
! 1 administration the necessary $3,KKi
� parents m Movoek. . ,
-pent the week- Frank Entertains
l End of Century Club at
Home on Eighth Street
i with h�r parents in
Carolyn White spent the week-
with her parent- in Biffin. .Continued from page one)
costumes of the present.
Mildred Becton was hostess at an b iini, slu, refePrea ,� Milton.
formal tea gives in her room. wl(i ai(, Th(. ,HMV j. lhe slu,n of
Monday, February I. After a round tae ul. and the clothes the hull
table discussion ol styles, shows. of th( s1h,� ,mt !l(1 ,mk, uft),n
and Bports, the hostess, assisted by t).H uhaI th(. kvVnA �
ileh-n Heard, served delicious cook- Following this delightful talk by
ies and spiced tea. Since Mildred Mj Uohzidaw. the hostess served
had just returned from home for 5, refreshments, being as-
�h. week-end, the tea was a hugeLj- hv Mrs. slay.
success. About 1 girls enjoyed '
the occasion. Lehigh Dniversity (diemistry stu
i dents break more than 14,Odd test
Oil Friday. January 29, Mrs. ' tabes everv vear.
dud-011 HInut. Mrs. doe Tat't. and j
Mrs. Marvin Blount entertained the
Algonquin Tribe of the Methodist
Student Organization at a most en-
joyabk weiner roast at the home
nt' Mrs. dudson Hlount. The guests
about 1 puffs per cigar
the average volume of a puff is about I
.2 cubic inches. In one year the1,
student body inhales about 63,0001
cubic feet of smoke. Pipe smokers j
take in another 180,000 cubic feet, j
This is the volume of a room 60 j
feet Square and 18 feet high.
"The energy content of all the
tobacco is about 150,000,000,000
000 calories. If all that heat energy
could be converted into mechani-
cal energy 100 per cent, there would
he 465 foot pounds of it. which
would he enough to run escalators
up the hill for about five years.
"Apparently, however, students
would rathCr blow smoke around in
people's faces than ride up the hill I
in comfort the year around he
concluded, sticking the slide rule in
Ills hoot, engineer fashion.
students from the college, the
er� invited into the recreation 1 pastor of the Methodist Church,
room where ping-pong, monopoly jBer. T. M. (Jrant and Mrs. Grant
and other games were enjoyed. At were present.
From the Doric column of the
Grinnel Srurh'f and Work: 'Tis
rumored that one poor gal ate ai
m and of raw hamburger on return-
the end of the games weiner and I ing to school to inure her stomach to
niarslimallows were toasted over an the change. What people won't do
open fire. In addition to about 20 to break into this column.
rnperclassinen at the University
of Buffalo are not required to take
anv c; urses but those they desire.
to fan the fervor of the
"stags" at forthcom-
ing proms. Billowy net
or marquisette, lightly
poised over crisp slips.
Stiff whirling taffetas,
Sizes 12 to 20
Stationery - Valentines
Wed. - Thiir Feb. 10 11
� as �
Sun. Mon Feb. 14-15
� � �
� � �
" 3 SMART GIRLS
AND OTHER HITS
First Classes to Grad
ECTTS Sets Hsqh SI
tn Play ProducK
SELECTION OF PLAYS
St MATTER OF GREA1
of 1914 H,
ranged for a � �
you Like It �
factory of Ail. -
tm ' : '�
the "D" ' - !
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Ea-t Ci ro '
School, bs it
iiigti itandai I
rftbejn- Tbej -
be � :ir
Ti, :� �
l-ubl I I
pnof. � -� �
Furtt, r exa
M of all
The list ii
known ! 8th
a Greek iua.
for the ��!
1S12 Sbe Si
itl3 Ti, ;
1914 -The y
t�15 -The S
Itl8Aa Y u 1
1919 �A Ti is
19-20 The M,
1�28- The ft :
In i-even of the
Wl of thr ,
tf one three-a i
sentf-il. Aa i
for the.M pUys - -
�fctt made hv t
dags u 19;5J r .
b- the Robert 11 Wi
� only tin, inv of t
been jti-mut, ��.
The ttoriea back
peciallv in the .
portal by th. alui
stars, n'agc T
Snmittii an �
kenhv still fa n
the plav as.
ie wh were in th.
�ld make a n,h -
� in Ooltegi ! iai iy
Jn interest and � � thi
Cfeninp attitadee in I
, Students Delighte
Ihe members of tl
g" �r� delighted t-
IWo of the star? oi thi
(Pleause turn to pane th
PITT THEATRE WAf
Jfe.faH staff of the TiJ
Jng the editors boaii
J1, and adruer, m
bJe noaniLgemeiit of the Pi
fA7: The y�un� Pe,l11
� tbeatre party and
" occasion thorot