Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1925-1926 Page: 23
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that wins in the debating contest in a series of at least two debates
during the year.
THE READING MEDAL.
A gold medal is given to the lady who wins for her society
in a reading contest.
THE ESSAY MEDAL.
A gold medal is given to the young lady who wins for her
society in an essay contest.
THE ORATORY MEDAL.
A gold medal is given by Dean Jas. F. Cox to the young man
who wins for his society in an oratorical contest between the two
THE PIANO HONOR.
Honorable mention is given to the student doing the best work
THE HOUSEKEEPING MEDAL.
Honorable mention is given to the young lady in each girls'
home who keeps her room the neatest during the year.
THE PRESS CLUB AWARD.
The school given a splendid gift to the young lady or the
young gentleman doing the best work in the press club, the individual
to be determined by a secret vote of the club.
President Baxter gives each year a handsome Bible to the
student who makes the best grade during the year, all work included,
in the Bible.
McGarvey's New Commentary on Acts will be presented by
President Baxter, to the preacher-student who makes the highest
grade in all work for the entire session.
No student will be eligible to any of these rewards who has
not been taking at least 12 hours in the College or three courses
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