The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee on September 26, 1954 · Page 26
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The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee · Page 26

Nashville, Tennessee
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Sunday, September 26, 1954
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g-B THE NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN Sunday Mormn. 26 1954 Jie Week Ct Belmont V.'e.iel, nr(.l rh-ilrmsn nf the ESf, 3m harge FrancU lrh-!1, president of the IiL", delivered a ta.k on "Adventures With Christ." A carr.pfiro on the athletic field climaxed the. day's activities. La' pari t h I"?"! r ' 1 A'r.f ri a f Week at Lipscomb Pof u'?..- f'rs' Belmont Graduating Class Will Register Monday Zemo Grant For Itchy SSdn Rash Zemn, s doctor's formula, promptly relieves itching of surface tkin rahr ecirtna, prickly heat, athlete" fnot Zemo stops scratching and so ids llias Tells KUALA 1,1 "M I't'R, Malaya '."!' ,cir Geoffrey P.rr.irr.r. r!ire--1 t or of (iper.-itiuns. mvs Malaya' I 6 ) ear-old " e of emergency" would end within a year if shopkeepers and others slopped paying protection money to the guerrlll.'is and supplying them fond, By BRUCE ALORIDGE j'he me:,;!.- ; Belmont Correspondent tprafluftlint.' ,.f !! 'i.iior.t firi' ;ye.r-nl:iy and tonight tnere wiil .!. ".'.it rni"l"r t' h buffet DupiiflN nl threw ilifft-r- filU aveiiue eoutli. fnxiu! club irush parties wii! be Oct. 1 and Oct. 8 I The BSU retreat began Friday ;af:ernoon wun registration, fol-jlowecl Immediately by a picnic sup For Printing At its Beit Call 6-7126 Williams Printing Co. 417 Commerce Approximately 2i.i new htudrtit.i lool i o-.-. . ( begin Tuead.iy. , r.t th arches, Belmont Heights, Lipscomb Goals most or tnem rreshmen, tn-gan arriving Wednesday for orientation The fr.shmen nt snv ciilleye "st Pi'. v ooamont. l ne 'find the fiii-t week fail" of netiv-'annual faculty reception will be registration, and the I'ipt.i.t Stu- : it v. much of it designed cawnlallv'ftrrow evening In Acklen hall, dent union iire-sehoo! retreat Fii-lr,,r them ,mi iteiturmt w nr. eren- !r,d Tuesday and Wednesday there per on the rront lawn of Acklen hall. A party in the BSU clubhouse was held Friday night. Dot ilay and yesterday. Development of Latent itlori. inclinlli',;;, will tie welcomed social 8t the faster healing and clearing. Buy cxiru Stttngth Zemo for stubborn caw. The uppcr-clfin'smen, pre-scnooi - retreat endedlBSU Student center on Twenty ll nun H'luwwmi in u milium n mi mtmmmmmrmmmmmimmmnmmmimmm Pnwpr. Abi ities T Slated, Students Hear fnr mt,& Pu By BOB SIVLEY Campua Correspondent The purpose of Christian rduca-tion is to develop the latent power, abilities, and talents within each Individual student, and unleash them in the right direction. Alliens Clay Pullias. president of David Lipscomb, told the student body last week. The occasion wns the 64th opening of the school. Pullias pointed out that the foundation of the education which Lipscomb tries to five, is summed up in the statement from the Bible: "And Jesus Increased In wisdom and stature, and In favour with God and man." This four-fold development, he called the "perfect educational Ideal." Also on the stajre with the speaker were other officials of the col-IcR Including Mack Craig, principal of the Lipscomb high school, Miss Margaret Leonard, principal of the elementary school, Biit-v-ll Baxter, president emeritus, Miss Laura Tarencc, secretary of the alumni association, Miles Ezcll, president of the alumni association, and Willard Collins, vice president of the college, Alumni Notes Miss Bobbie Ann Turner has been named the recipient of the first Willie Hooper McOuIre memorial scholarship, It was announced this week by J. P. Sanders, dean. This scholarship fund has been endowed by alumni friends of the late Mrs. McGwire, who died In Memphis October 18, 1953. From Brownsville, Tenn., she received her degree from Lipscomb In 1950, having been editor of the Backlog, the school annual, a member of the Student Board, and "Mis Lips comb" of 1950. In that year alo, the waa listed in the national publication "Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities." Her husband Louis A. McGnlre is also an alumnus of Lipscomb. Thl scholarship is the first of four of Its kind, to be endowed by alumni. The plan will provide for cne new one to be given each year until four girls are attending school under Its provisions. It provides part-payment of tuition, renewable each year until the holder graduates. Tower Announces Staff , Betty Beasley, editor of the Towr, school magazine, announced the staff for the coming year last week. They are: Peggie Herron, I-a Center, Kv.. associate editor; Ruth Campbell, Pontlac, Mich., business manager; Brook and Jo Dixon Hclmers, Nashville, publicity managers; Bailey McBride, Tulsa, Okla., circulation manager; aid Jim Peltlor, Wythevllle, Va, associate circulation manager. At Tennessee Stote Yearbook Staff Holds 1st Meeting By CATHERINE L. SMITH Tennessee State Correspondent Absolute evidence of all thing collegiate getting underway is the Initial meeting of the yearbook staff which assembled week to begin planning for the 1954 Ten-ncssean. Present at the first meeting were Calvin Walton, ctlitor-ln- chlef; Blllle Jean Artlson, Clar ence C. Bass Jr., Betty Brumniell, Doris Campbell, Dorothy Chls-holm, Jewel Ewlng. Reuben K. Davis, Jr., Ben E. Harris, Norma Stirrup, Arehllene Turner and Myrtis L. Williams. Pigskin Prattle Coach Kean's followers are jubilant over the Tigers first victory In Memphis last week against Lincoln's powerhouse, the score of 2313, the prime reason for the enthusiastic "hurrahs." The main calamity of the Bluff city classic w-as the injury received by last season's leading pa receiver Bill Reed, who is now recovering but will be out of the Tigers march to victory for a cou pie of weeks. The next home game Is with Zip Gayle's Lions of Langston university who held the Kean-coached eleven to one touchdown lant pea-aon, score being 8-1. C I Visitor A 1953 graduate of Tennessee State, pfc Lawrence E. Parkey, of Tazewell, Tenn., stopped at his alma mater en route to Europe from Camp Gordon. ta. His wife, the former Miss Pauline Nelson of Ocala, Fla., is a renior. Geography Specialist on Leave Miss Mazie O. Tyson, associate professor of geography at Tennessee State, is on leave with the Ford Foundations' Fund for the Advancement of Education lor the next nine months. She will work on St. Thomas and St. Croix, Virgin Islands, teaching human and physical geography. NAMD Meeting William V. Harper, Industrial Relations coordinator at A A 1, recently returned from Pittsburgh, Pa., where he attended the executive committee meeting of the NAMD. Scheduled to return to Tennessee State this spring, the association, which aims to foster the professional interests of men and women engaged in sales, advertising, public relations, marketing and allied fields, was officially organized during the marketing clinic and career conference held during the spring. MONDAY SPECIALS Table Odd loti Undtrweer, 9 Cm House Shoes tJw MorriM4 Sltopon, 1 wmttf woitlit, tut , I Raincoats, subtooni', toon's, fifla. MB to tl 9 99 I tirdteve Diapin, antiseptic $4 19 Full dottn Ids. 2 Ooi n Cu:)ei youth Miop junior mm caAota t couicr 21? 6th Ave.. No. 211 Capitol Blvd. PIN MONDAY NICHT L roTinn imy www IlljJ.lilll'JI1 mm 32-Pc. Set of Dishes Service 'for 6. Lily of the Valley $E95 pattern w $1.00 DELIVERS KITCHEN CLOCKS $3.95-$4.95-$5.95 $1.00 DELIVERS -tern I .rr. i i --"rr-" MIXER Reduced to $29.95 Sl.00 DELIVERS SILVERWARE 26-Pc. 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