College News and Departmental Notes: The Rural Club
by Departmental notes - 1920
Seldom, indeed, has a Teachers College audience been so charmed by any speaker as were the members and friends of the Rural Club on the occasion of Mr. Hamlin Garland's recent lecture on “Songs and Seasons of the Old-Time Middle Border.” This delightfully human, humorous, and reminiscent talk on April 27 marked the culmination of an active and successful year for the Rural Club, which closed the term with a membership of one hundred and sixteen students and several very profitable and enjoyable meetings to its credit.
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