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Image from page 110 of "The ravelings" (1916)

Identifier: ravelings00monm

Title: The ravelings

Year: 1916 (1910s)

Authors: Monmouth College (Monmouth, Ill.)

Subjects: Monmouth College (Monmouth, Ill.) College yearbooks Universities and colleges

Publisher: [Monmouth, Ill.] : Monmouth College

Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center

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efforts can largely be attributed to Professor An-drews, head of the Oratory Department. He is agraduate of Michigan University and Monmouths debaterecord testifies to his ability. Since his advent, literary workin college has been given a great impetus. He has taken anactive interest in the literary socities and the work done therehas been of a higher order because of his efforts. That for-ensic work is gaining in popularity among the students isevidenced by the fact that twenty-five tried out for the col-lege debate teams and fifteen for the honor of representingMonmouth in oration. Andrews is a firm believer in the gospel of hard work.He maintains that no success is attained in literary workwithout strenuous effort. The debaters and orators will tes-tify that he believes what he says. His capacity for work,enthusiasm and ability to transmit knowledge to others, com-bine to make him an ideal literary coach. We hope he willbe a member of the Monmouth College faculty for years tocome.


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