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October M, MM
THE TURPOSB OP COLLEGE
There fa a ftnt deal of doubt re
garding the true value of collet
athletics. By college athletics I
meant all activities that tend to the
development of the student, boy or
girt, in obtaining an erect and self
respecting carriage of the body, a
fair degree of strength and endur
ance, neuromuscular control as shown
In prompt and accurate response to
a command, graceful and effective
movements, in doing certain things
that may be useful In emergency.
The development of self-control,
mental and moral poise, good spirit,
cooperation and friendliness, obedi
ence, subordination, self-sacrifice, loy
alty, capacity for leadership, a spirit
of fair play, sportsmanship, the abil
ity to lose without sulking and win
without boasting, are all sterKn.7
qualities attairable thru the proper
supervision of athletics.
Students of Berea not engaged Iti
When the stormy days are here,
supervision of the Congregational
people. They gave a brief synopsis
il. u i. , : A nn.- i J
v. tor wU. vney uiu. mi ouwvanu. Sin - . - mM. ...
Ing thing the writer received from Tj ,.. hor,foni dfW '
was to help other That is a noble whe th, wjnUr N "
aim for anyone in Ufa sifig . of n.gir
Two of the visiting delegates spoke. Tit by memory fM,
Mr Clem, a former student cfB.,' Sprin(r.tidei flam. upon iU d
told us of some of the Joy, of be ng when th, , fct houff
a min.ster. He was ordained during Sing . ng of -awM k
the conference. The other gentlo- m th- r,pturt of , Ufk
man. Mr. Ensminger, was the las-., Stirt thf droppinc ,, ,wk
speaker. Hi. time wa, very much wen life leemt( fc hnkn
limited, so we hope that he will come, iinm . 0(,c f ,,.,. ,..
again sometime when he will have UMng nMrU wher riptttrM
more time to speak. We are glad M. I God's fadeless whitening
in- iii4ivi wiui wt WV UiTltv
S LEGION'S HEAD
Texas Man Installed at National
Commander of Organization.
ILLINOIS TURNS THE TIDE
the two gentlemen to come again.
TKIANT OFFICER PUSHING I
roMPUt sort srunm. i ..
. i utcnnciii. in. rive persons were
LAW killed when an nutnmohlle In which
W. A. Johnson, truant officer for they wer.. rldinit struck by an
Madison county, has been busy dur- Illinois Central train at Waggoner,
ing the last few weeks maVinir ri.lt. nesr here. The dead: Miss Lucille
athletics of some sort, and hr th.t 1. , thruout the countv to th.t 1t tv.p. fr"' -v """r ,,f Kymnil. sn.l
meant football, basketball, tennisjents having school children of legal !"" l.vt.
baseball, volley ball, hand ball, gym-l school age comply with the compul- ,,,'n,
nasiums. graded caRsthentic work. will . sory school law. A number of war- J
rind to their advantage to become! t ants have been issued and so-ne
participators for the sake of their children have been sent to the reform
health and future welfare of effici-j school as a result of the parents' re-f
ency, no matter what profession yon fusel to send them to school. I
Mr. Johnson says that he is rot
going to be satisfied until every chile
is in school regularly.
II. Itflt Keefe,
Infant. sH of
srtne to Wear Lambskin
Look for the next article In The
Citizen. The Relation of Athletics to
BEREA Y. M. C. A.
A committee meeting was held in!W
Lexington last Saturday. The com
mittee was composed of a few repre
sentatives from Kentucky. They
were called together by the State
Student Secretary, E. G. Howe, U
make out a program for the State
Student Conference which is held the
first of-December at Transylvania
College. Sam Hughes went from Be
rea. The Y. M. C. A. had a joint meet
ing with the Y. W. C. A. and the Y.
EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS
(Continued ea Pat? Seven)
White Lick. Oct. 24. Mr. and Mrs.
. M. Creech visited Mr. and Mr.
New Tork. The Prince of Wales
soon will be made Senior Grand War
den of the Cram! Uxtge of Masons
of England, according to Robert Jud
eon Kenworthy and Dsslan Lang, who
arrived here from Europe. Lang and
Kenworthy are nfflclaU In the New
Tork State Grand Uidge of Masons.
While abroad they visited King Chris
tian X, of IVnmark. who, they said,
was so active Mason.
J. B. Creech, Saturday night Mrs.
J. T. Thompson returned home Mon
day, after visiting relatives at Be
rea. Miss Florence Creech and
brother, Lawrence, returned Sunday
from a pleasant two weeks' visit with
relatives near Pennington and Big
Stone Gap, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Willie'
Rhodus and children visited Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Creech last Sunday week, i
The work on the new pike is pro-!
Well Fortified Opinion.
"Are you In favor of prohibition?"
"Of course I hiii." mid Senator Sor
ghmu. "Apart from personal sentl
nient, I cannot clone Iny eyes to t lie
fact that prohlliitinn Jnt now hai
ciot of tlx political I'lill.",
'Tes; whenever he calls for yoit In
pressing nicely, and it will probtblVi his car he doesn't alt at the wheel and
bonk his horn, hut gets out and conies
P. S. C E. l.f sn. 'u .1 . J
..v.j v.ciiuiK ii j uc i:uiiiji;ieu in cw weens. rric
the Main Chapel. The Congrega- Hounshell returned home Sunday after
ttonal people were having a confer having visitej relaitves at Olinger,
... "tic, u meir aeiegaies were, va., tne past two weeks
in cnarge or the meeting. Dean Ray
mond presided. The two first speak
ers were Berea College students,
Mr. Kiracofe and Miss Haynes. Both
of them did religious work in the
South this past summer under the
that speaketh unjust
to the door and rings the bell."
"Do you believe that to the victors
belong the spoils?"
"Yes," jreplied Senator Sorghum;
always allow ing for the possibility that
I may lilt an off your; In which event
" ,u r",lrl ...on n.Fiimsur am strong tor civil sen ice pr. tee
ing Judgment pass hlin by. Book of ' tlon."
Vlsdom 1 I
This Farm Must Sell
Tesan's Opponents Ware William g.
Dtsgan, New York; Joseph Themp
son, Pennsylvania, an. John A.
New Orleans, La., Oct. SI. Mounted
on a figurative "old gray nmre," Alvln
M. Owsley of IVnton. Tex, rode
through the Amerlitin Legion hall here
and waa Installed on the platforiu as
DiiIIiximI miiiinnuiler for the fi.rthcom
Ing year. The young major uutdle-
tam-ed Ms ciiiiiH-tllirs enrly In the
balloting, and when the end cauie wail
more than Its) votes ahead.
Owsley, who Is thirty-three years
old. Is one of the must populMr soldiers
ever honored with the biggest job of
Quits Job to Fight Qermans.
A Inwyer. Owley resigned as a dis
trict attorney in Texus at the outbreak
of the war and recruited a battalion.
After serving as division Insurance nftl
oer and senior Instructor for the thirl
1)1111' training camp at Camp Howie.
Tex., he went overseas and took part
In two major -operations.
Illinois turned the tide of the elec
tion. OpiHisIng Owsley were WUIIhih
t LVegan of New York, Joseph
Thoiniiaoii of IVnnsylvRnla. and Jolm
M. Mct'ormlck of Colorado. Fjtch noin
Inatlon brought etpial cheers, and the
result was doubtful. The first ten
states scattered their votes. Then Illi
nois was called. The leader of the
delegates roue and shouted : "Sixty
Votes for Owsley."
All Follow Owsley.
From then no down the list the
votes for Ousley came fast and furi
ous, the south voting solidly for the
young man. The Dual count was: Ows
ley, r74; Deegnn. i'.l ; Thompson.
..; Met onulck. I J.
The other candidates then withdrew
their names and asked that the elec
tion tie made uiianiinoua. It nan ,.ne.
"There are just four things tbrit the
legion menus to puith. Just four things
that are on our standard." Maj. Ow
ley said. "Tliey are rehabilitation, hos
pitalization, adjusted compensation
and Americanization. We're going to
light for the adjusted compensation to
a finish and we'll win It, too. I 'will
give everything I have to this service."
Our business is conducted on a confidential
basis. Excepting our active officers no one has
access to our books. Our officers are compelled
by law to do all banking business on a strictly
No one can check on you without your
authority. We are responsible for the payment
of all forged checks.
Give us your business. Your money
safe with us. It is not safe at your home
40 Club Cards signed to date-I-et's make it a 100
Berea Bank and Trust Co.
J. W. STEPHENS. President
JOHN P. DEAN. Cashier
RUIN IN DRY SEA RULE?
We will sell at public auction the beauti
ful farm of R. G. Allen, consisting of 49 3-4
acres, at 10:00 a. m. on
LOCATION. 1 1 -2 miles north of Berea,
and known as part of the R. N. Mitchell
This farm will be sold in four tracts. Threejof 7
1-2 acres each. One of 27 acres.
IMPROVEMENTS. Small dwelling, splendid
barn and necessary outbuildings.
Opportunity knocks at every man's door. This is your opportunity to secure a small
farm within the sound of Berea College bell.
Easy terms made known on day of sale.
Possession January ist, 1923. ,
For information sec Gay, Kidd & Scruggs, Real Estate Agents, Berea,
Ky., or Mr. R. G. Allen, owner of the Property
NO BY BIDS. WE SELL THE PROPERTY
GAY, KIDD & SCRUGGS, Real Estate Agents
COL JESSE COBB, Auctioneer BEREA, KENTUCKY
Chairman Laikar of U. 8. Shipping
Board Ataails O'ughsrty's Rum
Ruling at Chicago.
Clilrnco. Ort. 21. A. I). Laaker.
rliairimiii of thr I 'tilted Stat til
pliie txiHrd. told dflfKHtcs to the con
vention of (he Audit Ittirenu of I'lr
ciilutlons that Attorney (-neral I'hukIi
erty's nillnK harrine liquor from all
American ship kk-IIs the ruin of
AiimtI.hu iaMeni;-r Mlililnn. As the
atttirtiey gem-rul was the chief spt-ulc
er of the evenlnic. Mr. taker's re
nin rk. were looked uhhi as a direct
OLD SAYING IS REVERSED
According to This Yarn Man Saoms to
Bo tho Dog's Bost
Scott's IMuff. Neb.. Kt. 21. Tha
body of V. K. CuIIioiii. waa taken
from a Koverntnent Irritation ditch,
two tulles below where Calhoun. IU
ncnnlliiK hi Innhlllty tc auliti, IiiiiI
iIuiikI In to rescue a favorite irinne
dog. Ciilhoun had killed tt (lin k and
the dot;. In an effort to retrieve, had
tieen cauuht In the swift current of
the cuiiul. The dog swam to aufety.
To the People of Berea and Vicinity
I have opened a jjenrral store in the brick
building on South side of Chestnut Street
near postoflice. My stock is complete,
dry goods, shoes, groceries, feed, hard
ware, furniture, etc. I buy for cash and
sell for cash.
See My Prices
J. A. OLIVER
; limit (Jc
2 Hi. 2.1c
under 4 It
RECORD MADE IN COAL MINING
On Hundred and Two Thousand Cars
Wars Loadad in Throo
New York, Oct. 21. Purine the Ural
Ihree days of thin week 11)2.427 cars
were loaded with Mtutnlnotis coal. Ihe
liime.t number loaded during any cor
reaiHindliiK period since the miner'
strike hesuin April 1, according to re
ports received from the mil carriers
by tho car service division of the
American Hallway aaooclntlon three
duya laat week.
Hay and Grain
Corn V.i. 2 white TftilMTUc; No. .1
white TAiiTs1,: No. 3 ellow "'
"Vv; No. I white "tlW77c; No.
yellow 7f.V"77c: No. 2 mixed "it
Wheat- No. 2 red $127 I 2; No .1
red f I 2." 1l I 2t! : No. 4 1 1.2111-' I
UHta-No. 2 white stflih'; No .1
47l4Hc: No. 2 mixed 47'l4Hc; No. 3
lulled llljl 47r.
Buttsr, Eggs and Poultry
Hutter lnlry funcy :tuc; puck:n
slock No. 1, 27c: packing .to. k Now
Ktrga-Kxtra Units 44c
ordinary tlr.ta .'hie.
l.lve roultry llroilers
fowls 4 lb. anil over 21c,
15c; roodtera l.'l'c.
Cattle Steer good to choice $7 .'.0
1U.UU; fair to kooiI JiI3 7..'i; coin.
nion to fair I4iiIiN); cows gooii i
choice $4.(N',i.- i; mnner. JJiii
stock aleer. .i37.at; .tork heifer
Calveaiood to cholco fl2tfl2.'ii
fair to gooil I2.m; comuioii uiiil
large tiil '
rilieep 4!ihi to eholce t'1i fair
to good 2ii.iM; common llnoy! ."
lamb giMid to choice $i;i.."i(iy 1 1 ; f.i.r
to good H.."Viifi I. 'I. ".
Hogs Heat Wi.70; choice puckers
and liutchoni :i7i; medium Stunt;
light shipper u,i.i). ulgs (110 pounds
and lea.) fi 9!.2.t.
MAN PARACHUTES TO SAFETY
Army Pilot Jumps From Wobbling
Monoplane at Dayton .nd
Escapas Without Injury.
Dayton, ().. (K-t. 21. I.leul. Iliirnld
R. Ilarrla. who won Ihe coiumerclal
plane event at I HI nil t la.t week, es
raped death by leaping In a parucliute
from hla wobbling inouonlune. 2.MK1
feet over North Oaylon. The plane
rraahed In a back yard. Lieutenant
Ilarrla landed several blia-ks away,
Raid May Novor Act Again.
I.o Angeles, Cm I.. Oct. 21. W'allact
Held, screen lilol. mil never aviiln
thrill the faua with hla ardent art. II
la aerlouHly III and gossip of Ilia Holly'
wood studios aaya that the I'arumounl
star baa suffered a paralytic atroka.
Tho 8tal-Joka fast atill gala a
Cackls out of tho Tim when you Loat
your I'ocketbook Just a you War
Starting oo your lloneytnoou threo
yaara ago and Never rails to Mention
It "A Uood Joko Novor Dies" bis
Motto, and bis rsvorlto Wheels All
BUT THE STAKES WERE BIQ
"Thsy say Huntar had to propose
to Miss O Rich six tlms bafora sho
"Sho c.rtainly gav him run for
Ignoranco IS Bliss.
Ilu.band Svnihla, when I hxiked at
my account la.t night I aearly died
of fright. Our motor car la costing
us over $.VI a year!
Wife Well. Alec, don't hla ma mot
I advhted you not to keep an account I
Sport In tha Jungls.
The lllpivo If Td known thero was
going to be audi a crowd I'd havo
bought rtng.lile aenta. We ran't see
s thing from here.
The (ilraffe think these seats aro
fine. I ran see everything.
'Burns and scalds !
cools the pain and
People for Whom the Best
Is None Too Good
Ar alwan. the mat Mlhu.ia.Uc nixreiii
Ut ..ellee f our
Dry Qeanlng and
W. kiitmot UMnutaoVtMl
i th OMialry. Fur. trvuforaMd lata Um
nal. rary qulckU. km sad wm gmr.
wnU alwral I ny wmj dwlrad.
W. dy far .kin. and nM tka.
I Mjr mmr.
We tailor make men's or la.
diet' suits, $50.00 up. Latest
styles. We pay $2.50 railroad
fare on every custom-made
suit ordered from us.
a 4 swd. sarwl pal W. Iu timk.
THE TEASDALE CO.
SIMIT WALNUT STRUT