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A GRAND GRANDCOMMENCEMENT GRANDCOMMENCEMENTUNIVERSITY COMMENCEMENT COMMENCEMENTUNIVERSITY COMMENCEMENTUNIVERSITY I I II
UNIVERSITY CLOSES IN A ABLAZE ABLAZE ABLAZE
BLAZE OF GLORY GLORYLARGE GLORYLARGE GLORYILARGE
LARGE ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCES AUDIENCESInteresting AUDIENCESIl1telcsting AUDIENCESnteresting
ILARGE
Interesting Programs Progl U18 Rendered RenderedBanquets Banquets foloreFine Galore GaloreFine i
Fine Graduating C > raduatlii r Classes CIassesDegrces Degrees Conferred OouferredThe ConferredThe I IThe
The Presidents Reception ReceptiouGool GoodByes 3Tes
COMMENCEMENT at John B Stet Stet6on Stet60n Stetson
COrJMENCEMENT C
son University began Friday Fridayevening Fridayevening Fridayevening
evening at 8 oclock with the spring springterm springt springterm
term t rm pupils recital The auditorium auditoriumwas au ltorium ltoriumwas
was well tilled with townspeople visi vlsltors visitors vIIJItors ¬
tors patrons and pupils Those who whotook whotook whotook
took part were Professor Robert L LSchoUeld LSchotie1d LSchotleld
SchoUeld Roy S Brown Mrs Rosa RosaFutrelleGldeon ROlJaLutrelleGldeon RocaFutrelle
FutrelleGldeon Futrelle Gideon Misses Marion Jack Jackson Jackson Jackson ¬
son Maude Sparkman Ruby GelerJessie Geiger GellerJessie GeigerJessle
Jessie Corr E Lorraine Cbatterton CbattertonHarriett CbattertonHarriett ChattertonHarriett
Harriett Fuller Annie Wolseley WolseleyPearl WolseleyPearl WolseleyPearl
Pearl Spauldlnw Mary B Miller MillerMary MUlerMary MillerMary
Mary Louise Monroe JLucenaSpald JLucenaSpalding
ing Mary M Zibriskle and anI the la ladies ladies ladies ¬
dies chorus The numbers were well wellreceived wellreceived wellreceived
received and the applause generous
Bouquet to law Department DepartmentHon
Hon James E Alexander gave a abanquet abanquet abanquet
banquet in the St Elmo at 10 oclock oclockFriday oclockFriday oclockFriday
Friday evening to the members and andfaculty andfaculty andfaculty I
faculty of the Law Department the thelocal thelocal thelocal i
local bar and the members of the thepress thepress thepress
press Covers Covl > rs were laid for thirty thirtyand thirtyand thirtyand
and every seat was filled An excel excellent excellent excellent ¬
lent repast was served consisting conJistln of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the following followingDoulion followingBoullon ollowln ollowlnDoul1on
Doulion SaltinesRoast 8nlttn Saltines SaltinesROllst a aRoast
Roast Turkey Turko New Potatoes Creamed CreamedNow CreamedNcw CreamedNow
Now Peas Small French Rolls RollsJelly RollsJell BollsJelly
Jelly JellyOlives Jell Jell01le5 JellyOlives
Olives Celery Celcr Radishes RadishesVanilla RadishesVII RadishesVanilla
Vanilla VII 11 11111 Ice Cream CreamAssorted CreamA8Borted CreamAssorted
Assorted French Cakes Nuts and Raisins RaisinsCoffee RaisinsCotree RalsineCoaee
Coffee CoffeeCigars CotreeClgare CoaeeClgare
Clgare Grape Juice Punch PunchWhen PunchWhen PunchWhen
When the inner innerman man had been prop properly properly properly ¬
erly cared for the toastmaster Mr MrN MrN MrN
N G Van Sant brother of the gov governor governor ov overnor ¬
ernor of Minnesota who is a member memberof
of the junior law class announced the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following toasts which were appro appropriately approopriately appropriately ¬
priately and most creditably re responded responded responded ¬
sponded to Our Host Lehman LehmanMcKlnney LehmanMcKlnneyj LehmanMcKinney
McKinney Our School Prof C D DLandls DLandlsj DLandis
Landls The Florida Bar Bert Fish
On Whom Was Conferred the Degree Degreeof
of Doctor of Divinity DivinityMr Dhll1ltMr
Mr Geiger Gei er is a Florida < lor Ida Cracker CrackerHe
He was born In Marlon county on Oc October October October ¬
tober 18 18186 1854 and received his educa education education education ¬
tion in the public schools of the state stateQe stateEle stateCie
Qe taught school for several years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and by hard study prepared himself himselffor hlmselffor himselffor
for the ministry Rev Geiger has hasHeld basheld hasheld
Held several of o the best pastorates in inthe Inthe inthe
the state and at the last session of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Florida Baptist State Convention Conventionwas
was elected corresponding secretary secretaryHe
He is a man of energy vigor vi or and andpush aDdJIu andpush
push JIu b The degree was conferred on onhim onbim onhim
him as a courtesy and as a token of ofhis ofbi8 ofhis
his valuable services to the Baptist Baptistdenomination Baptistdenomination Baptistdenomination
denomination of the state
Esq Esqj Our Teacher J W McKln McKlnnou McKlnnOlI McKinnon
non Florida Paul Carter The TheGraduating TheGraduating lbeGraduatlni
Graduating Class J Turner Butler ButlerPresident ButlerPresident ButlerPresident
President Forbes Dean Farrah and andthe andtbe andthe
the host were called upon and each eachmade eachmade eachmade
made brief but interesting remarks remarksThis remarksThis remarksThis
This was considered Mr lr Alexanders Alexandersfirst
first break for his congressional congressionalrace
race and if he has as clear Balling all allalong allalong allalong
along as he had Friday night his du duties duties duties ¬
ties will w1ll1l0on soon call him to Washington WashingtonThe
The affair concluded at 1 oclock af after after after ¬
ter which rousing cheers and the col college college college ¬
lege yell were given the he host Presi President President ¬
dent Forbes and the tbemembers members of the thefaculty thefaculty thefaculty
I IpleLe
faculty The entire affair was wasa a com complete comeplete ¬
plete success and developed the fact factthat factthat I Ithatsome
that thatsome some very bright young men were wereamong wereamoDg wereamong
among the law students the past yearsurprised year yearTHJB e rJ
THJB ElJC NEWS will be e greatly Rr a ly surprised iurprtseaif iurprl surpriseuof eil eiluthey
of if if uthey he taey > are U re notheard D tbe 4 from In state stateA a
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and national affairs within a very ery few fewyeara fewyears fewyears
years
law Department Class Day DayThe Da DaThe DayThe
The auditorium was filled Saturday Saturdayevening Saturdayevening Saturdayevening
evening when the Law Department Departmentobserved DepartD1entob Departmentobserved
observed ob erved Class Day The pr prrram prrramconsisted yram yramconsisted ram ramconsisted
consisted of the following followingOrgan followin followinOrganMarche followingOrganMarche
Organ OrganMarche Marche Solenelle by Mrs MrsFutrelleGldeon rlrsFu MrsFutrelleGideon
FutrelleGldeon FutrelleGldeonInvocation Fu FutrelleGideonInvocation trelleGideonIn
Invocation InvocationSong In InvocationSongIt voca tion tionSonIt
Song SonIt It Was Not So to Be by Roy S SBrown SBrown SBrown
Brown BrownAddress BrownAddress BrownAddress
Address by the President Thomas C CCalmes CCalmes CCalmes
Calmes CalmesOration CalmesOrationThe CalmesOrationThe
Oration OrationThe The Birth of a Nation by bySydney bySJdney bySydney
Sydney D Lenf Lenfesty LenfestyOrationlhe LenfestyOrationThe esty estyOration
Oration Orationlhe The Greater Republic by byJames byJames byJames
James W McKlnnon McKlnnonBallad lcKlnnonBalladOp lcKinnonBalladOp
Ballad BalladOp Op 20 Reinecke by Miss MissMary MissMary MissMary
Mary B Miller MillerHistory MillerHistory
History and Prophecy PropbecyLebman Lehman Mo MoKinney A1cKinney olc
Kinney KinneyPresentation KinneyPresentation KinneyPresentation
Presentation to the University as a aClass aClass aClass
Class Day Memorial the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Chancery Chancer Reports by George GeorgeA
A DeCottes Jr JrAcceptance JrAcceptance JrAcceptance
Acceptance for the University Un erlt by byDean b bDean byDean
Dean Albert J Farrah of the Law LawDepartment LawDepartment LawDepartment
Department DepartmentSong DepartmentSongrhe DepartmentSongThe
Song Songrhe The Bill of Fare are by the Apollo ApolloGlee ApolloGlee ApolloGlee
Glee Club ClubValedictory ClubValedlctoryO ClubValedictory0
Valedictory 0 K Reaves ReavesBenediction ReavesBenediction ReavesBenediction
Benediction BenedictionThe
The presentation of the New York YorkChancery YorkChancery YorkChancery
Chancery Reports by Mr DeCottes DeCotteswas
was a masterful effort The young youngman youngman youngman
man showed marked ability abilityMr
Mr Reaves Re cs the valedictorian of ofhis ofhis ofhisclass
hisclass his class is also a young man of mote motethan mOl motethan e ethan
than usual ability as was wa shown by byhis bybls byhis
his eloquent choice language and andterse andterse andterse
terse sentences sentencesThe IentencesTbe sentencesThe
The others who took part In the theprogram theproram theprogram
program also did well
Business College Banquet BunqnctThe DunqnctThe BanquetThe
The Business Bu iness College participated participatedin part lei pated patedin
in a banquet at Chaudoin Hall at 930 930Saturday 930I fI30Saturday I
Saturday evening evenln after the class day dayexercises dayexercises dayexercises
exercises of the th < Law La w Department A itempting Atempting AtemptlnS
tempting spread was partaken of after af after aftel ¬
ter which there were toasts and andtel af after ifter ¬
ter dinner talks Prof R J Mac Macdougall 11acdougall Iac Iacdougall
dougall filled 611 d the position posl ion of toast toastmaster toastmaiter toastmaster
master Toasts were responded to as usfollows asfollows asfollows
follows Class 01 D P Fry Class
02 Oscar Lofbtrg Class Cla s 03 Miss MissEmma rot HissEmma Is IsEmma
Emma J York Yorkj Prophecy Clans Cia 03 03Hunry OiHenry 03Henry
Henry Haynes Ha ncs The occasion was a amost amost amost
most enjoyable one in every eer respect l spect
Baccalaureate Sermon SermonThe SerJlloliThe Set molt moltThe
The auditorium was almost filled filKdSunday fillc fillcSunda filledSunday
Sunday Sunda morning The rostrum was Va a amass amass amass
mass of potted plants and flowers On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the rostrum were Father W N Chau Chaudoln Chaudoiu Chaudoin ¬
doln the venerable president of the theBoard theBoard
Board of Trustees Rev J E Oates Oateapastor Oatespastor Oatespastor I
pastor of the DeLand Baptist Baptlstcburdil BaptlstcburdilRev church churchRev churcRev
Rev L D Geiger Gel er of Apopka Rev TJ T TJ TJ
J Sparkman of DeLand and Rev Dr DrWelles DrWelles DrWelles
Welles of Lake Helen besides the thecommencement thecommencement thecommencement
commencement preacher Rev W WLandrum W WLandrum WLandrum
Landrum DD pastor of the First FirstBaptist FirstBapt1et FirstBaptist
Baptist church of Atlanta members membersof
of the faculty and Board of Trustees Trusteesof
of the iustitutlon iustitutlonThe lustltutlonThe iustitutlonThe
The order of service was as follows followsOrgan followsOrganMarch followsOrganMarch
Organ OrganMarch March in A by Chauvet Mrs MrsFutrelleGldeon MrsFutrelleGldeon MrsFutrelle
Futrelle FutrelleGldeon FutrelleGldeonDoxology FutrelleGldeonDoxologyCongregation Gideon GideonDoxologyCongregatlon
Doxology DoxologyCongregation Congregation standingInvocationRev standing standingInvocation standlnfInvocationRev
Invocation InvocationRev Rev Welles WellesAnthem WellesAntbemBark WellesAnthemHark
Anthem AntbemBark Hark Hark My Soul SoultScripture SoullScripture SoulScripture
Scripture Reading ReadingFiflb Fifth Chapter of ofRevelations ofRevelat1ons ofRevelations
Revelations RevelationsSoprano Revelat1onsSopranoSoloO RevelationsSoprano
Soprano SopranoSoloO Solo SoloO O Lord Be Merciful Mercifulby
by Miss J Lucena Spalding SpaldingPrayerRev SpaldlngPrayer SpaldinlPrayerRev
Prayer PrayerRev Rev L D Geiger GeigerAnthem GeigerAntbemIm GeigerAnthemIm
Anthem AntbemIm Im a Pilgrim PilgrimViolin PillrlmVioUnCavatina PilgrimViolinCavatina
Violin VioUnCavatina Cavatlna by J Claude Reed ReedSong ReedSonKLead ReedSongLead
Song SonKLead Lead Kindly Light by the tbeStetson theStetson theStetson
Stetson Quartette QuartetteBaccaluarate QuartetteBaccaluarate QuartetteBaccaluarate
Baccaluarate Serman SermanRev Rev W W WLandrum WLandrum WLandrum
Landrum LandrumHymn LandrumHymn LandrumHymn
Hymn Mighty MIKbtyGodl God While Angels AngelsBless AngelsBless
Bless Thee TheeBenediction TbeelBenedictionRev TheeBenedictionRev
Benediction BenedictionRev Rer J E EOates EOatesOrganPrelude Oates OatesOrgan OatesOrganPrelude
Organ OrganPrelude Prelude and Fugue In B Flat FlatMr FlatMr
Mr Landrum took for his text the theflrat thefirst I
first verse verseof of the fifth chapter of Rev Revelations Reveraalone
elations He is a fine talker and hadevidently had hidevidently hadevidently
evidently made a deep study of Ills hissubject Illssubject
subject It was a most 08t scholarly ad address address l ldress ¬
dress and was attentively listened listenedto
to Bis talk to the graduates ir duateliVa duateliVafbort was waaehort wasFbort
fbort and aniltoth to the point He H advised advisedthem1frc1 advlsedc advlsedhem advisedthem
them1frc1 hem we fo6d cod use of the c life and d
the advantages which had been given giventhem giventhem
them and told them that nothing nothingcould not nothingcould bing bingcould
could be accomplished except with withhard withbard withhard
hard diligent d111 ucnt painstaking > alnfltlk lng consistent consistenteffort conllstcntTort consistenteffort
effortMr effort effortMr Tort TortMr
Mr Landrum alto preached at the theFirst theFirst
First irst Baptist church DeLand in the theevening thecvening theevening
evening to a large congregation congregationTennis congreatlol1Telllll congregationTennis
Tennis Tournament TournamentThe I0Il1IIIIII > 11t 11trhe
The exercises began Monday onda morn morning morning mornlug ¬
ing with the tennis tournament be between between between ¬
tween Captain Cotton Cottontnd uid nd Mr T P PWarlow pWarlow PWarlow
Warlow the noted English experts at atthis atthis atthis
this game on the one Me and Polot Polotand Palotand Polotand
and McElroy representing the Uni University Unleralty Universlty ¬
versity Two setH of doubles and two twosets t twosets vo vosets
sets of singles sin lcl were played the visi vlsitors visitors vleltori ¬
tors winning all four events A large largenumber largelIumber largenumber
number of persons witnessed the thegames thegame thegames
games which lasted from 830 until 11 11oclock 11oclock 11oclock
oclock
Work Shop Exhibit ExhibitAt
At 2 p 1 m an alllxhlbit exhibit of the work workaccomplished workaccoU1lJlhibed workaccomplished
accomplished by the students In the theSchool theSchool theSchool
School of Technology and of the theworkings theWrkills theworkings
workings of the machinery machlner in this thisnew thbnew thisnew
new school was wa given I en The baskets basketstrays baiketstra basketstrays
trays tra t and other grass and woven work workof workof workof
of the pupils in the grammar school schoolthe schooljthe schoolthe
the wood work of the older pupils pupilssuch pupilssuch pupllssuch
such as box cabinet and table manu manufacturing manufacturlng mnanufacturing ¬
facturing was quite Interesting The Thestudents Thestudents Thestudents
students take the wood just as it itcomes itcomC1i itcomes
comes from the mill or the forest forestsaw forestsaw forestsaw
saw it up turn if make the articles articlesand articlesand articlesand
and then paint varnish or burn burnthem burnthem burnthem
them Considering that this is i the thefirst theflrst thefirst
first year this school has been in oper operation opelation operatlon ¬
ation very ery creditable work has been beendone beendone beendone
done The workmanship workmalH hip of Gustave GustaveBaerecke GustaeBacrecke GustaveBacrecke
Bacrecke of DeLand Harry Ware of ofJacksonville ofJackson ofJacksonville
Jacksonville Jackson vlllc Vernon Hays of DiLand DiLandand D DeLandand Lalld Lalldand
and young Camp of o White Springs Sprln is isdeserving illdescnollll isdeserving
deserving of special mention being beingexecuted beingexecuted beingexecuted
executed In most workmanlike man manner mannero manner ¬
ner The burntwood burnt wood articles of fur furniture furIIIl furniturebookcases ¬
urebookcase3 niture IIIl bookcases cabinets tables tablesetc tablcsetctr tablesetcare
etc etctr are the most creditable cre ilabl By Byanother Byanother Byanother
another year ear the Iron lathes and andother anI anIother andother
other machinery machinerytilt the IInest Ii nest that mon money 1I10ne mnney ¬
ey e can buywill bu w1l be In operation operationThis oprallonThis operationhis
This his building bulldin was a revelation to moat moatof mOJtof mostof
of our visitors as a It has just been beencompleted becill beentompleted
completed l omlctld and Is I occupied o lIplccl for the thellrst theI1r thefirst
first I1r t time this lhl year The first fluor of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this building hili 1111 11 occupied cc uJlicl1 by the lathes lathesand lathesamI lathesand
and oilier machinery UI1chllwl has just been beenequipped heenequiliped beenequipped
equipped with Hill automatic fire liresprinklers fire3prlnlclers firesprinklers
sprinklers which go I goof oil at 160 de dergreen degrees defrees ¬
frees An A n exhibit of the working of ofthese ofthee ofthese
these lire sprinklers was made a fire lirebeing firebeing firebeing
being built under one in the yard It Itworked Itvorkedl Itworked
worked satisfactorily sa A new dyna dynamo dynamo dynamo ¬
mo capable of furnishing 250 Incan Incandescent Incandescent incandescent ¬
descent lights is among amon the other othervaluable othervaluable othervaluable
valuable machinery recently Installed Installedhere instatledhere installedhere
here The pant Is in charge of Engi Engineer Englneer Engineer ¬
neer J H Kruse who Is a genius in inhis inhi inhis
his hi line
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A Popular Student of the Law Ill De DCpnrtuicnt DeIJartmcnt Department
pnrtuicnt of the University UniversityThe Uuleaslt UuleasltTbe
The young man whose portrait Is Isshown Isshown isshown
shown above has just completed his bissecond hissecond hissecond
second year ear at Stetson the past year yearIn yearIn yearin
In the Law Department He is from fromDlxon fromDixon fromDixon
Dixon 111 and spends the winters in inDeLand inDeLand inDeLand
DeLand with his father and sister in ina i11a ina
a beautiful home recently purchased purchasedby d dby
by his father Mr Brumsey is a pop popular popular popular ¬
ular student an energetic young youngman youngman oungman
man and quite a leader in society societyHe sJclet sJcletHe
He is now filling the responsible post position pos posttion ¬
tion of secretary of the Kent Club ClubDebating ClubDebatin ClubDebating
Debating Debatin Society
Alumni Meeting and Banquet BanquetThe DanquetThe BanquetThe
The annual meeting meetln of the Alumni AlumniAssociation AlumniAesociation AlumniAssociation
Association was held at 3 p m on onMonday onMonday onMonday
Monday in Chaudoin Hall Officers Officersfor Otflccrfor Officersfor
for the ensuing year were elected as asfollows asfollows asfollows
follows followsPresident followsPresidentFrank followsPresidentFrank
President PresidentFrank Frank W Pope Jr JrFirst JrFlrst JrFirst
First Vice ViceFree VlcePresMiss PreeMiss Miss Louise Mc MoKinney McKinney McKinney
Kinney KinneySecond KinneySecond KinneySecond
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1836 OXFORD OI RFO D GEORGIA 1903 19O3XFORD 1903OXFORD
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XFORD is situated on a high ridge in tbe healthiest section sectionof
OXFORD O of Middle Georgia whore thero are no local causes to tobreed tobreed tobreed
breed sickness The College will continue to make every everyeffort everyeffort everyeffort
effort now aa in the past to send forth young men well furnished furnishedin
in physical strength in mental training and in zealous Christian Christiancharacter Ohristiancharacter Christiancharacter
character characterCourses characterCourses characterCourses
Courses leading to totho the three degrees degreesAB AB PhB and SBare SB SBare SBare
are designed to lay la broad foundations for any an walk in life lifeAfter JifoAfter JiftAltea
After the Sophomore year opportunity is given for election of ofstudies ofstudies ofstudies
studies in the direction of the students special aptitudes aptitudesThe
The Central Dlnln Dining Hall will offer Rood food at actual cost not to exceed exceedeight eaceedelarbt exceedeight
eight dollars per month Furnished rooms tire let at one dollar per month for eaeb eaeblodger eaeblodgtr eachlodger
lodger This II sjBtein stem Is under the Immediate supervision or a member of the Faa Faauit1 Faculty Faoult ¬
ulty ult who la assisted by a competent and experienced matron matronAll J Jf w wAll
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