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DR. CORNELL DISCUSSES
DEMAND FOR SERVICE
Psychologist Attributes Labor Trouble
To Absence of Frontier.
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Tuesday urged on the students tho
tremendous present need of personal
wide labor troubles in great part to
tho fact that our country no longer
has a frontier. Tho "Great West" is
now a civilized land and there is no
place where pioneers can go to work
off that natural unrest which Is constantly wellng up within vigorous men.
"College students should get the
true spirit of service," said he, "and
do all in their power to contribute to
the happiness of their individual
Dr. Cornell, In his tnlk in
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According to the Sewanee Purple,
the work of their tackle, "Bill" Cough-ton- ,
was all that prevented Kentucky
from running up a tragically high
score in the
"The team work of Kentucky was excellent," it states, "and while the two
teams were evenly matched individually, this team work on the part of
Kentucky was what spelt defeat for
the Purple and White. There is no
doubt that the Kentucky linesmen outrunners. The
played their open-fielWildcats deserve credit for having a
Members of the Poster Club will
bo given an opportunity to enter two
big contests, one offering a prize of
five dollars for the best postcard de
sign substituted, and another offering
dollars. Come III
a prize of seventy-fiv- e
Jo the meeting of the club in tho Art
Building Tuesday night at 7 o'clock
and hear the details. Other matters
of importance will also be discussed.
White Mathematics Club met Tues
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the
and Physics Building.
Armentrout, a graduate student
department, made a talk on "Mathematical Inversions."
Kentucky's Team Work Won Sewanee
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Thanksgiving is not far off.
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"RUSHING" BANNED AT NEWCOMB
The girls at Newcomb have success
fully evaded the objections of their
faculty to the custom of rushing and
hence preserved fraternity life in their
University by a novel system of bidding. The chairman of the faculty is
to act as arbitrator between the fraternities and their prospective pledges
and the conspIclouBness of a rushing
season is eliminated.
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