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Attempts to mobilize a: Clemso
college an army of scientifically trail
ed men many hundreds strong wi
made this summer. In fact, Pres
^^Vdent W. ^F. Riggs has already begu
to mate plans I'o rounding up a
WT large a proportion of the 6,000 fonr
f er students as he can. Of These 6,00
men who have attended Clemson co
lege since he founding of that inst
tntion, about 1,000 of them?936, t
is b? exact?hold diplomas certifying t
their completi )n of fu'l courses. Tli
occasion of the "round up" this sun
rner will be Home-Coming Week, tl
first ever to be hold at Clemson co
lege, and ore that Dr. Riggs desire
to make one of the largest ever hel
by any Southern college.
The dates for Home-(.oming Wee
have not been definitely determinet
Hut rho wppk will nroba jlv be one i
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lat:er part of summer; perhar
about the middle of August. Detail
ol the programme will soon be wort
ed out and announced. In the mear
time efforrs will be devoted largely t
^ apprising Clemson me:i in all part* c
the country of the occasion. Towar
this end. President Riggs is havin
prepared a roll of all the men wh
feave ever attended the college an
this in itself will be a feature of muc
Independent interest. The regula
alumni registers have been prime
from time to time, but these contai
thp nnmps nf those only who complei
ed full courses and were graduate!
The roll that is now being prepare
will bear the names of all the mei
nearly 6,000 in number, who have ev*
attended Clemson college, with tiie e>
ception of the present undergraduate
The task of securing these names i
a large one and is requiring muc
It is believed that a week spent one
again on the campus by the old Clen
son men will do more than any thin
else to replenish in them the fires (
loyalty to their alma ma:er. Thoug
no direct steps .have yet been taken i
the Home-Coming Week arrang<
ments. there are indications that tt
idea will be warmly welcomed by t?
alumni and that there will be a read
response when the invitations are ser
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The Clemson band gave a concei
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Has heavy eating during the
i- j system? Has lack of fresh air
? feeling," called Spring fever?
d of gear in the Spring, and need
s; cleanse and tone up the system
j buoyant good feeling. OUR r
h I fresh. After you see the docto
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s. in chapel last Saturday night. After
is I the concert, the audience was enter- phii3(
h | tained by an address and also moving ?\T
I pictures of the Panama canal. The t}ie j
;e } audience enjoyed the music, and also quim
!_ ! the address and pictures of the canal, J y0U ?'
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| Prof. T. \V. Shannon concluded his i simis;
n series of lectures tonight on the J some
n subject of "Eugenics.-' Prof. Shan- mone;
non's lectures were very interesting tome
ie as well as instructive.
The examinations for the second In ta!
term begin Saturday, March 14 and Jac
; ends on Saturday March 21. We ob- She b
! serve March 18 as a holiday, that date ; She
rt j bcins Calhoun's birthday.
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winter clogged your ; I
given you "that t red
Most everyone is out
s Spring medicines to 1
and bring - back that
nedicines are always
r, see us.
Of All Sad Words.
e there any sweeter words in
]nglish language,'' musingly in- I
1 Prof. Swiggs, 'than 'I love
ell," grimly remarked the pes- i I
ic hearer. "I understand 'that ! I
authorities regard 'There's that j |
y I owe you' as about tne epi
of satisfactory sentences."
Iking of Miss Moneybags
k hardly was discreet.
leard him call her dull, and so I
cut him on the street. ^^?
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