College News and Departmental Notes: Men's Dinner
by Departmental notes - 1920
Despite the efforts of the Weather Bureau to frustrate the plans of J. E. Marshall and his lieutenants, the annual Men's Dinner of the Summer Session on August fourteenth suffered no dampening of enthusiasm or ardour. The Horace Mann School for Boys at 246th Street offered a refuge from a severe storm. Earlier in the day, however, Professor Fretwell, director of play activities, with assistants Wardlaw and Morrison, and field captains Engelhardt, Evenden, McNally, and Segal led four groups in various athletic activities. The efficiency of Connor's K.P. staff seemed unimpaired by wet clothing. The appetites of 550 hungry club members proved a fervent testimonial of their culinary abilities. At 7:00 P.M. the group convened in the auditorium where Toastmaster Hertzog presented a program of addresses by: Dean Russell; Superintendent John G. Rossman, Stuttgart, Ark.; Professor William C. Bagley; Superintendent A. L. Threlkelde, Chillicothe, Mo.; Professor George D. Strayer. Music under the direction of Professor E. K. Fretwell.
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