Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1922-1923 Page: 33
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SESSIO OF '33
This organization is maintained for the purpose of developing
singers among our boys. During the year the Glee Club
gives several programs. It is our purpose to make at least two
trips during the coming year.
A creditable college band is maintained. Students who play
any band instrument are encouraged to become members of this
THE A CLUB.
The membership of this club is based entirely upon merit.
Only those students who win honors for A. C. C. in athletics,
forensics or other student activities are permitted to belong to
the club. In addition to skill and ability, each student who gets
an A and is entitled to membership in the A Club must be of
high moral standing. A failure to live up to these ideals in after
life forfeits the membership and the individual will be required
to return his letter. The letter will be awarded commencement
morning of each year. One of the great honors of the school is
membership in this club.
THE W CLUB.
The "Worthy Women" is a sister organization to the A Club.
For several years the girls of A. C. C. have felt the need of an
organization of this kind; but no definite steps were taken until
the session of 1919-20. Sister Sewell chose several girls who were
to form the nucleus and draw up the constitution of the club.
The purpose of the organization is to develop ideal college
women. The motto of the club is, "A worthy woman who can
find, for her price is far above rubies?" (Prov. 31:10).
Membership is conferred upon those who are considered by
the club as approaching the model women pictured by King Solomon
in this chapter. Small "W's" set with rubies are awarded
on commencement morning.
THE PRESS CLUB.
During the session of 1919-20 the students taking an active
interest in the college publications organized the Press Club of A.
C. C. Membership consists of those who have demonstrated
ability and interest in collegiate journalism by their activities on
SESSION OF 1922-'23
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