Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1922-1923 Page: 36
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ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
THE ART MEDAL.
Mr. Ralph gives each year a gold medal to the student making
the best grade in art for the entire session.
THE PIANO MEDAL.
A medal is given to the student doing the best work in piano.
THE HOUSEKEEPING MEDAL.
Sister Sewell gives each year a medal to the young lady in
each girls home who keeps her room the neatest during the year.
THE PRESS CLUB MEDAL.
Dean Speck gives 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.
Brother Sewell gives each year a handsome Bible to the student
who makes the best grade during the year, all work included,
in the Bible.
DOMESTIC SCIENCE MEDAL.
A gold medal is awarded to the Academy student of Domestic
Science who makes the highest average grade in the subject during
the session. A medal is given on the same conditions to the
college student of Domestic Science.
DOMESTIC ART MEDAL.
To the academy student making the highest average during the
year in Domestic Art a medal is given. To the college student of
Domestic Art a medal is given on the same conditions.
McGarvey's New Commentary on Acts will be presented by
Brother Sewell, to the preacher-student who makes the highest
grade in all work for the entire session.
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