by Departmental notes - 1915
The Administration Club has had a very successful year—the first of its existence. An enlivening banquet was held in January, at which Clifford Woody made an excellent toastmaster in his happy introductions, and intelligence and wit freely flowed in the replies. The Dean and Mrs. Russell were present, and Dr. Strayer was the honored speaker of the evening. This club has an interesting personnel, being composed of men, and a few women, engaged in the study of large supervisory and administrative school problems, its most helpful feature being the open meetings and free spirited discussions.
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