Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1920-1921 Page: 31
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T. C. Campbell Loving Cup
Mr. Campbell, the dry goods man, who is always our friend, gives
a handsome silver loving cup to the society that wins in the debating
contest in a series of at least two debates during the year. The Harding
Society won the cup for 1919-'20.
First State Bank and Trust Co. Gold Medal
These friends of our College give a pretty gold medal to the young
lady who wins for her society in a reading contest. Miss Essie Rambo
won the medal for the Zellners in the 1919-'20 contest.
Minter Dry Goods Co. Gold Medal
Among other substantial ways these good friends show their appreciation
of our College by giving a handsome gold medal to the
young lady who wins for her society in an essay contest. Miss Louise
Loving won the medal for the Zellners in the 1919-'20 contest.
C. W. Haltom Gold Medal
This enterprising jeweler gives as one evidence of his friendship
for us, a beautiful gold medal to the young man who wins for his society
in an oratorical contest between the two societies. W. C. Smith
won this medal for the Zellners in the contest of 1919-'20.
The Art Medal
Mr. Ralph gives each year a gold medal to the students making the
best grade in art for the entire session.
The Piano Medal
Mr. Hall gives a medal to the student doing the best work in piano.
It is a beautiful medal and should call for hard work.
The House Keeping Medal
Sister Sewell gives each year a medal to the young lady who keeps
her room the neatest during the year.
The Domestic Art Medal
The medal is given by Miss Arledge to the young lady doing the
best work in domestic art.
The Domestic Science Medal
Sister Sewell gives this year a medal to the young lady doing the
best work in this department.
The Press Club Medal
Dean Speck will give a splendid gift to the young lady or young
gentlemen doing the best work in the press club, the individual to be
determined by a secret vote by the members 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
SESSION OF 1920-'21
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