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CLEMSON TRUSTEES GIVEN
Board Meets August 15-Seems That
Military Feature of the College
May Possibly be Withdrawn.
Washington cor. Columbia State.
The Clemson committee consistinl
of President Mell and t.hree members
,of the board of trustees. Messrs.
Alan Jolhnstone. W. D. Evans and G.
'Duncan Bellinger visited the war de
partment today to confer with the
officials there respecting the continu
anee at Clemson of the army detail
and the arms of the United States
The committee had a confereneG
-witPh Gen. Ainswortih. the military
secretary and now acting secretary
of war. who took them to Gen. Bell,
^hief of staff.
No results are yet in sight from the
The committee state they accom
plished the obpect of their visit,
TWhich was merely to inform:the offi
!ials of the war department the same
ire'lations between the department and
-the college would continue if the
rustees should desire it.
Botih Gen. Ainsworth and Gen. Bell
as4ured them that they were still
friendly toward the college, but that
if the trustees should make t-he usual
xequest for the detail of an army offi
eer they as yet saw no reason why it
-should not be granted.
The Clay report while on file at
.the department, has not really been
taken up, certainly not to the pre
.judice of the college and the Clemson
ceommittee are of the opinion that
nothing serious will come of it if the
irustees of the college, on the 15th of
August. make a request for a detail.
'Rom their exprespsionis, though, it
-does not appear at all certain that
Ihe trustees will continue the mili
arv feature of Clemson and there is
-no doubt as to iNjhether a request wyill
be made for an army officer. If an
army ofieer is not sent there. the
gruns, something like 700 of them. be
longing to the [United States army.
will be withdrawn.
'T.here is no status." said one of
thie committee to The State's corres
pondent, "which difr nany way
from that existing when the college
Erst opened. In view of the adverse
t.eriticis a of Capt. Clay and his recoin
mnendations the board merely t.hought
* that we should visit the officials and
see, if the cordial relations between
the war department and Clemson eol
Rege still existed and to know if we
ashould further rely upon their co
toperation. We find that tihese rela
'tions are still ceordial and that the4
officials are still inclined to assist us 4
and that is about all there is to the 4
The board meets on or about Au
gust 15, when the matter will be tak
en up in a more formal way.4
Zach McGhee. 4
No Loss Possible. * 4
A Philadelphian said of Miss An
-naen T. Jeans, 'who has given $1,000,
"iO00 for negro education in the south.4
"Miss Jeans is a splendid philan- 4
-:hropist. To a good cause she is gen
erosity itself. Giving promptly and
-freely, she has no sympthy with nig
-gr .I once heard her tell a story 4
.about a niggardly rich man of her 4
"This man visited a school ani
'nade an address. At t.he end he4
-called a little boy up to him and 4
' " 'My lad, haye you a purse?'
"'I am sorry,' said the rich man.4
If you had had a purse I should have. 4
g vno a dime to put in it.'
"This man was scheduled to speak
-again at the school the next month,
:and when :he came the boys were pre
pared for him. An empty purse lay
bid in every little pair of trousers.
"And sure enough, at the end of!
his speech the man called another boy
" ' Have you a purse, son?'
" 'Yes. sir.'' was the eager an-.
" 'Ir am glad of it.' said the other.j
~If you hadn't I should have given
~you a ;dime to buy one with.' "
'Rev.~HI. W. Whittaker will conduet
his special summer meetings at his
several congregations as follows:
Mt. Zion beginning 'next Sund.ay
anorning. He will be assisted by the
:Rer. B. M. Grier.
* ~The meefing at Mt. Pleasant will
" begin on -the second Sul~ay, and Mr.
Th~ittaker will be assisted by the Rev.
J. T. Miller.
At New Hope Mr. Whittaker will
begin his special meeting on the 4th
LSunday and will be assisted by the
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