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On To Raleigh THE REGISTER _, oy Students of A. & T. College VOLUME XXIX, NUMBER 5 GREENSBORO, N. C, JULY 12, 1935 ^ ^^BB SUMMER ENROLLMENT SHOWS LARGE GAIN ■BEiS? ?, ~—-r— ™DcAIESiSRTW i ^=^ i ^JsSenrollient of J NAMEI.M1QQA J£»T Sclt001 "MICQ A AN1VT" —— cniuniPn onmnS I MARY E. WYNN IS NAMED MISS A. &T. OF SUMMER SCHOOL »■ Royal Ceremony Held on Illuminated Campus in Beau-^v tiful Garden Party. 1—* JUANITA " JONES SECOND ♦ In Single-Handed Canvass She Makes Most Spectacular Race to Take Second Place. On Friday night, July 5, .! verxJmpresg with ve ceremonies, Miss Marv t S11 °fADu<iley' N- C was crowned Shoof^/- & T'' °f the **■»* School. The campus was appropriately illuminated and decorated. The throne was erected on the steps of the Dudley Memorial Building. On each side of Pond which is surrounded by a beau- 'tiil <™ <*<_rasB and stand* direcUy in front of the Dudley Building was Placed two huge blocks of specially ^re- pared ice in which were frozen flowers representing the school colors DeB clous punch was served from bowls Placed in this ice after the ceremonies down" t?U6en a?proache<l the throne down the centrol walk way accom =d by ladies and gentlemen atten- dants. Ihese attendants were the other *Str,r tte* «W managers Smaller children in the practice school were the train bearers. runfed Tm°ny WaS temP°rar"y inter ^Pted by a much needed summer shower. The Queen,' her court, and spectators quietly moved into the Dudley Memorial Auditorium where the program was continued. The children in the practice school royally enter- amed the Queen with dances and the l*e. Mr. T. B. Smith sang "SiMa!" Ihe program closed with the singing of the alma mater, "Dear A. & T., Dear A. & T.» v. J. Caviness and Willi,,,, Gamble were royal announcers. The entire program was originally Planned for out-of-doors, but after it started to rain-it being so very mnoi. needed—every one willing-.- moved Ja- doors.««iH the program continued as if it had been started indoors. This coronation climaxed the popularity contest sponsored by the Regis- -•ter staff in order to finance the Summer issue of the Register. It is very much my opinion that this is now an "established custom here at the Summer School, having been started in the Summer of 1934. Much interest and en-ttmsiasiii .has been shown both summers iu'such a contest and the contest- ' its themselves seem to make the Con- I mi all the more exciting „iui thrilling I treugb t\Mt ne'er-ceasing work while i-icel.. ,, , is op. Ton contestants participate! Miss Mary E. '■__ Dudley, ftf" _Wynn, C. of TALKS [DENTS N. C. NEWBOLil TO A. & T. STI Eight Educational Discussed by State _ Educational Direct ol SPECIAL Muiic~IS Gil oblems pjfegro FEN The voles wcr- sold at five '•euts each and (ho iWth people selling !, schools 88,000 the bigb<-;.. mnnt,er a-e as jobv,^ . , ,. Miss Wyi.ii. 512; Miss Jones, 421 ; 'm On*» „- ""I hr*. A. B. Johnson, 280 „'/ , * ™ ! ""nicely too p0r cent in one veftrTih On Friday, june 28 M 1 bold, director n.f xt ■ the rl_ T Negro education leliv P^' ment °f educati011> Bate! clehvered his annual address to the' * J- College Summer School, at whici tune a mugieal program ^ atwtjeh by the students and teachers of - Summer School. TVr- r.cwDold spoke of eight educational problem that confronted the division of Negro education, some of which were nearing a satisfactory solution. First, consolidation and transportation ; second, high school facilities for all Negro children; third, raising the standards of teachers' training; fourth, a minimum of eight months school term; fifth, adequate buildings and equipment for every child; sixth, making appropriation for a more differentiated vocational program; seventh; professional offerings for Negroes in North Carolina; eighth, teachers' salaries. Mr. Nevbohl then told of the increase in enrollment in Negro schools, in lie last two or three years. "Tic '"■""■ 33 there were enrolled in eight mouths' Negro children," he' t, there were enrolled CANDIDATES FOR "MISS A. AND T." ARE INTERVIEWED ♦ ■ ■ Inquiring Reporter Finds Them Very Enthusiastic About Contest. EACH MAKES STATEMENT All Express Themselves as Well Pleased With Conditions, They Find on the Catnpus. . ,"" -'""-,i ,'i- ■ ..ii... - - The inquiring reporter for the Summer School issue. of the Register has been -fortunate in. securing some inside information regarding the candidates for Miss A. & T. of the Summer Sehool. Each of them seemed very enthusiastic over the contest and worked hard in order that they might win. The contest was a great success and much interest was manifested in it up to the finish. Each candidate made a statement in wb'.cli she gave her view about the contest. Here is the news: Miss Mary Eliazbeth Wynn . . . winner of the contest . . . lives in Dudley, N. C. . . . teaches in Kinston, N. C. . . . is a member of the Kinston Bridge Club ... is a graduate of Dillard High School of Goldsboro, N. C, and Fay- etteville State Normal . . . winning laurels seems to be a habit with her for on May 17, 1935, she was crowned "Miss Hollywood" by the Hollywood Club of Rocky Mount, N. C. . . . Mr. William Gordon was her campaign manager. She says: "I am glad that I can help the members of the Register staff put over their program. I consider it an honor to be one of the contestants." . . . and on winning the -contest : "I only hope that I can live up to the name of Miss A. & T. and to the 0f honor which I have won. This contest has been inspirational as well as edu- pw- v-n. iiv/uut( j-'j. j oj-»-iv-v,_. coi, txyyx. cv,xti null Ai3 extended to my campaign manager and j-o " - - - i r» Miss Juanita D. Jones, of Danville, Va. TEACHING STAFF IS AUGMENTED — i.- +. _ -. New Instructors Added to Departments of Education and English for the Summer. DEAN SPAULDING IS BACK » Inci'ease in enrollment and a greater demand for extra college subjects have made it necessary to bring in a larger number of specialists for the summer cational. My sincerest appreciation is sch°o1 than ever before. They are as PYi-dnrl Afl tn mv pnmnnifm manner find tOJJOWS '. $5,000 RECEIVED FOR SCIENCE LABORATORIES —> All students and others will be interested and happy to learn that recently A. & T. was the recipient of some five thousand dollars to be used exclusively in improving and enlarging science laboratories and facilities. • Already the work of converting the agricultural auditorium into a chemistry laboratory for freshmen is well- underway. .This will! be equipped with twenty-one - work desks of the latest designs, and ■Dip- •. rWo hundred and forty iivU-T'idual lockers, making it possible to accommodate that number of students, without doubling, and, liixrer inost'fav'orable conditions. The present chemistry laboratories wil uc l__gro,;Gfl arid used exclusively for advanced courses and research. With these changes the entire top floor of Noble Hall will be devoted to chemistry. Other science laboratories will be strengthened and expanded; the gym, too, will be fitted partially from these funds, and partially from others. It will be reads' for class work in the fall. These improvements and additions will make it possible "to put in operation next fall a large measure of the reorganized program that has been under consideration for the last.few years'. . » t « FINE AGRICULTURAL CONFERENCE IS HELD • cure that t State Vocational Teachers Assemble at factorily _ College for Two-Day TV> ™"T" - Confab. . ENROLLMENT OF SUMMER SI APPROACHES 500 56 Prominent Institutions of the Country Represented Among Student Group. • -%-— . A. & T. STILL IN THE LEAD ■ • ■- — Summer School Attendance Ha».S'- * ; Substantial Increase From Year to Year. Year after yeai :hf-r!\.is a decided in. crease in the number of people ittena" ing the Summer School at __ tv Y The enrollment for the present sessi^j is around the. 500 mark These eo-fistsjbeiii increases in enrollment @£_ en.mc.), in themselves •-- „. th(._ t _g work done the very rfi.-i-.-_-!---...- . . ■ ^-__».™,«euir -acTfrry -3W the variety of courses offered at A. & T. On June 10, registration for the 38th annual session of the Summer Sehool reached a total of 400. At the comple tion of the registration the total soared up to the record mark of 500, the largest number ever to attend Summer School at A. & T. The first session ends July 19; the second session begins July 22, li'itry-si* institutions- and m proximately fifteen stales are cepre sented with the instltui i-n, North Carolina making the largest cooiribu- tion to the school. " That tlie Suriiriii-r Sciiool ... laming res„i|s r,om i(s W()rk ^ evident,from ~tbe yearly _ enrollment and from the tai of institutions represented. t:. en£ departments are filled to , v .if1 jfb ■lily * iu .,.'r 'C and reports from the instruetr cate that the wo__ ' :v ■Wiose ST >■>"'" "JO neiped'Tne .o'wIiT.- -«i •' n^mta Dalomba Jone . lives m Danville, Virginia . . . teaches in Blanche, N. C seems by far to be the most versatile and energetic of all the candidates ... is a member of the (Continued on Page Four) LYCEUM PROGRAM HAS BEEN PLANNED Schedule as Announced by Dear, Gibbs Includes Many Popular Artists. NOTED M^siciA^r™ APPEAR Master's degree from the University of Pittsburgh m Elementary Education Ma/1 cT61" ^ WeSt KentUCky Indu«" tnal College of Paducah, Ky teaches Elementary education and'is director of Laboratory Methods and critic teacher here in ti^„ school. n tbe summer Mr. S. E. Buford, graduate of Union University, received his Masters Degree from the University of Michigan 'I Principal of willlafc Penn High >"*~ it. u. The Negro vocational agriculture eacbers of the state held their ann" eonf-erenee on the campus here on Jun LeTobe Dr- BlUf°rd'' »™*«* o he college, gave words of welcome to the group of more than 50 on the opening day. Describing the gathering as one of he" ZT imP°rtant meetlngS t0 ^teh the college plays host, Dr. Bluford « the work of tbe teachers n n the f pIaCe liVing Conditi^s on the farm on a par with conditions to the city. He said there is no sound ™.fWhy.thisshouWnotbeso. He inch ity and standing as tertain tbe most exacting listener. It includes pianists. ~_~'^^m}Zg_%£'flX e past year have aild colored. ~M~>- PRESIDENT BLUFORD EXTENDS GREETINGS 1 - — Is Highly Pleased With Large Enroll. ment and Marked Ability of Sum- mer School Students. sure I""? ™mvim> t am reasonably I The following __ the complete list aS „ ^at the Percentage of increase for tbe* are to appear here: UeM-dD will be even greater." i- his views activities. He stated that he very pleased with the large enroll- ment in the summer school. He has found out that there are man? persons President F. D. Bluford gave the re- • < > , , t ... , , , ,,. , ., , Porter an interview in which he gave and head of the _S- T T his views on many summer JSZ san, "T. ^^*^..'*»*****' The speaker used charts to show the consolidated white schools of Wake county and consolidated Negro schools to Warren county, pointing out the many advantages of such schools over small one, two and and three teacher schools poorly equipped. Miss Ethyl-Wise, coloratura soprano He says that he would like for such persons to use his talents to, make an appearance before the student body. T,o every member enrolled here at the college he wishes to extend a word of greeting, and he hopes that many will remain for the second session. Those who cannot remain are welcomed back next year. When leaving this institution, he hopes that everyone will be pleased with the results anc.vdll return to their work in the fall with a greater determination to do more and better work. He also told the r-eporte! that he is now working hard to hav, the many improvements around the pounds and building- in readiness for the opening of the fall quarter. He extends his hest wishes to the sfudeifis, *ld and new who are now making Warati(m- tor the opening on Septe>_M,r 17. summer school sang "Lo, Hear the Gentle Lark" by Bishop with violin obligate accompaniment by Mr. Bernard Lee Mason also of the Music Department. The mixed '■< trie.,-, composed of Mlsges Willie Duncan and Allen, soloist and pianist, June 18. Ambassador Male Quartet, June 20. Clarence Cameron White, violinist June 25. Boston Chamber Opera Company July 3. Petrie's White Hussars, July 11 Gretchen Branch, soloist and violin 1st, July 16. All the appearances that have already been made were before packed houses. Er-ffsts_iry___r ir*h *•-"•■«»^ss scno-ASnrs, Horace Goare and P. Pearson, ,; The Eosary," by Carrie Jacob Bands Miss Ruby Harris sang "I Heard the Voice of Jesus." —— t . DEAN ANNOUNCES EDUCATIONAL TOURS - -- ■■"nam reiin i.igh School of High Point, N. C. teacher of English in the Summer School Ms* Hattie Diffay . . . honor gradu_ ^ "■;;,.'■■■;»» - : ^ «, fl,t e^S^^^sc^^ no, 1* ^ '^^ Schwl' a« an- in Birmingham A a f I dms,onPe"' aU b^jncss, industry, fact0rtes -^by Dean Gibbs, the a*** J U-h te ^C^^^-^Eng- and schools would close down. -st'st,S -of such abil- . Mr. Elton Pax . .' gra(luate of s -,.., _f't £ £ |aJ«ent» «>' the Depart- terest or en- Use University, DeS^t 5 ^Sj^f* D™"' 'of n fl'- " a «*? 0t' ^ ''acuity *roup ™'¥SCfe "" '" ' & T.Ha_te_to I spiring. ery ln' 1Otev°0("?« heard on the flr.st •lay were Ov I. K Clink nf 11 ;., - ' "" V«?W> 01 Hampton Institute:!1 S Ttifi.r,,,,^,, „* _i" _ . c> «. ruageway; of the same H'.sr.tution; T. c. Mnmol% <)f Q^^ boro, a member of the Soil conservation bureau; E.'N. Meekins, of Raleigh; and A. K. Robinson, of Raleigh The second day of the' conference opened with an address by Prof c E Dean, head of A. and T. College's teacher training department. On that same day addresses were heard by Vance E. Swift, director of rural rehabilitation in North Carolina ■ or. T. E. Browne, director of vocational education in the state, and Dr A K. Gatman, director, of agricultural education for the state of New York To give nel of t a \>i-__m,u. W'M some idea of the "Summer School, i,.| -P at some of the 4_b "h"1K' we begin l« ft, '■■Pr'm "« go ,„ tto_M'^'»-'-« A. & T. College,.!,,, ,,„,« enrollment wit b -w ,,,„. 7 " Uv graduates and v., who ^V-''1'"1 ^ & t- at various «:jz ;;.; r comPie(ed their work („ , College, also of Greensboro with 40 representative Following is illist (>).'f||'(| with the number Qf their t"'es: A. & T., i| 40 I Winston-Salem 15; Shaw UniverJ College, 12; Eayetg ?!--; Scotia, 10; H| Clftrlc Univer VI ..:-!„., 1 ;fe_fll< is'isecpad Bennett Sachets' ■ ,,)-..„ 'o I lege car jn.the werk of Prof. H. c. Taylor, who is away for the summer doing further study at Columbia. I Mr. D. W. Hall ... graduate of Talladega College and Columbia Univer- sityy ... is a teacher of Education in the Summer School. Mr. Charles Henry McLendon honor graduate of A. & T. in 1929 . has done further study at Columbia University . . . at present is Principal of Onslow County Training School at Jacksonville, N. C. . . . Is teacher of Education in Summer School. Mr. C. L. Cooper . . . regularly employed at A. & T. is expected to return from Columbia University where he 1 will received his, Ph.D. degree will SUMMER SCHOOL teach Industrial Education Tn'the 2nd session of the Summer School Dean M. F. Spaulding who has been on leave of absence at the Massachusetts Agricultural College for the past ™<-b: Howard r, f® ''' Q ^Uli(h 7 ,,lld University, s. q. stute* BIG BEGIMNlivG Many Well-Kno,vn Play";, tered fo. ;"Si„ffie5 Doubles. Have and En- Several interesting and instructive educational tours have been arranged for the summer school. The schedule ,,„„,.,, ,„„, as announced by Dean Gibbs includes Eloign » , \ St Augustine the following: ^eiuaes Hloiida, a graduate of Clark Univer- While many teachers seem to be registered in the summer school for credit tvztzire _r_r sr-rom* •- - - Among these may be the following: The Federal Erosion Farm at States- vilie, N. C, June 22. Guilford Battle Grrm-*. y'-». - Biological Supply Company at Elon College, and factories in Graham, July 9. Points of interest in Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, July 13. lastic work, mentioned Lucille H. RUssell, of Charlotte, N. C, a graduate of Hampton, who is doing exceptional work in advanced chemistry. 'Lucinda Smith, of St. Augustine, _ w__ -^w.j.ji, uxiiver- sity, is doing well in advanced French. Hattie Wright, of Greer.=»~- - a a-rari""-'- - "uu x'-> who is doing nne work in political science. Doris E. Alford and Flossie Alstoi are doing fine work in United State: History. Let us hope that the final report of the teachers wilt ^ add to this list. eeived his Ph.D. degree . . . will teach classes in Science in second session of the Summer School. Miss Alma SEo-taw j, „ era(in&te of Howard University and took library science at Hampton Institute. She is acting librarian in the place of Miss Byrd who is away for the summer. .Dr. W. J. Knox, Jr., who received Mas^h-D^oegree in chemistry from the 'fistry in the^JPstitute of Technology Tuese new tj-Stru- teaching chem- scholastic work sion. added tbe A. and T. College Co-Educational Institution Fall Quarter Opens September 17, 1935 Main Departments: 1- Agriculture 2. Arts and Science 3. Mechanics and Engineering 4. Trades For further information and catalog, vjr,ite F. D. Bluford/ President n^heTT T10CorltenniS ^ school =.-+ t College summer- choolgt nderWay.Wod ,"* n the "«*• campus courts, with a l largo numher 0_ enthusiastic Xye* J ompetiiig for the distinction of b^ thefcst champion in a contest of Z Charles Herbin, 0. I A A fl„.v . « No. x, advanced a^p ££3__- the finals as he defeated C. G MibrvS -the fl t rounaa Qf e- Mabry^ Other defeats, although as decisive were not as significant. The 0\£ favorites, with the exception of A Har. « n t charies Mcc°y ;a- vanced H. J. Green, seeded No. i, by -felt The result of the matches' for ^^ of Pl^: J- Withers do. feated Norman, 6-5, 8-6; N. 0. Webster defeated L. A. Wise, 6-4, 8-6- A T defeated A. R. Brooks, 6-3, 6-3: A ll-M graves defeated .William, Thomas' *' The second day; of play will see. of the favorites in action. Grec/ tight it out with Bozeman meet Curtis, Mayfield wijf Walker, and Webster lette. On the same., graves and McNa_g that-thr
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_, oy Students of A. & T. College
VOLUME XXIX, NUMBER 5 GREENSBORO, N. C, JULY 12, 1935 ^ ^^BB
SUMMER ENROLLMENT SHOWS LARGE GAIN
■BEiS? ?, ~—-r— ™DcAIESiSRTW i ^=^ i ^JsSenrollient of J
NAMEI.M1QQA J£»T Sclt001 "MICQ A AN1VT" —— cniuniPn onmnS
MARY E. WYNN IS
NAMED MISS A. &T.
OF SUMMER SCHOOL
Royal Ceremony Held on Illuminated Campus in Beau-^v
tiful Garden Party.
JUANITA " JONES SECOND
In Single-Handed Canvass She Makes
Most Spectacular Race to
Take Second Place.
On Friday night, July 5, .!
ve ceremonies, Miss Marv
t S11 °fADu