The Advocate Catalogue Edition Of 1928 1929

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The Advocate, Catalogue, Edition of 1928-1929
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VOL. 25 No. 7
The ADVOCATE

CATALOGUE
Edition of 1928-1929
Announcements for 1929:,1930
Published by
Bethu<1e-Cookman College
Dayto~a Beach, Florida
1904-1929
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VOL. 25 No. 7
The ADVOCATE
CATALOGUE
Edition of 1928-1929
Announcements for 1929-1930
Published by
Bethune-Cookman College
Daytona Beach, Florida
1904-1929
CONTENTS:
Calendar.. ................................... ........................... ........................................................................... 4
Trustee Board and Executive Committee of Trustee Board........................... 5-6
Finance and Investment Committee.......................................................................................... 6
Advisory B oard-Resident and on-resident Members....................................... 7-8
Officers of Administration....... .................................... ..................................................................... 9
Officers of Instruction........................................................................................................................... 9-10
Other Officers............ ................................................................................................................................... 10
Student Assistants ................................................................................................................................... 10-11
Faculty Committees..........1,............................ .............................................................. 12
Sponsors of Classes and Literary Societies........................................................................... 13
Ex ecutive and Administrative Offices................ ................................................................ 14
History of Bethune-Cookman ..................................................................................................... 15-16
The Organization ...................... ............................................................... 17
D escription of Grounds and Buildings. ........................................ 18-19
Religious Life........................................................................................................................................... 20
Student Organizations and General Regulations. .............................................. 21
R egistration and Examination........... .......................................................................................... 22
R equirements Concerning Students Clothing (Boys and Girls) ..................... 22-23
Students Duties .......................................................................................................................................... 24
Regulations Pertaining to Trunks and Baggage............................................................ 24
Students' Expenses.................................................................................................................................... 24
Rules R egarding Deficient Records..................... .................................................. 25
R equirements for Admission to Normal School... ........................................................ 25-26
College Course Outline........................................................................................................................ 27
Physical Education ..................................................................................................................... 28
English .................................................................................. 28-29
Mathematics.. ........................ ............................................... ..................................... 29
Science ..... ........................................................................................... 29
French .. .............................................................. 29
History ........................................................ ................................... 30
Sociology ............................................. ........................ 30
Education... ........................ ............................................................................................ 3 0-3 1
H igh School Course ....................................... ...................................................... 32
Hi g h School Course Outline................................................................. ...................... 33
Eighth Grade ........................... .......................................... ..................................... 34
H .g-h School Courses (Description):
En glish 35
Math emati cs............................................ . 36
Science ................................... .............................................................................................................. 3 6-3 7
Latin... .................................................................................................................... 37
Hi story ......... . 38
Economics 38
T eacher Training ................................................................................................................................... 3 8-39
Th e Busi ness Course............. ..... ............................................................................. .. 40-4 2
Home E conomics Department... ...................................................................................................... 43-46
Art D epartment ..................................................................................................................................... .. 46-4 7
Boys' Industries ..................................... . .. 47-48
Nurse Training ....... . .............. 48-49
D epartm ent of Music ............ .. ....... 50-53
R egister of Students ... .......................... 54-5 6
Summary of Enrollment .... ·························"••············ 61
Annual P rizes ... ........................... ···················································•·"•···················· 62-63
Calendar 1929-3 0
1929
Saturday, September 14 .............................................................. Boarding Department Opens
Monday, September 16....... ...... Registration and Entrance Examinations
Tuesday, September 17 ................................................................................. First Semester Begins
1930
Monday to Sunday, January 6-12 ................................. Week of Prayer for Colleges
Friday, January 31 .................................................................................... S.!cond Semester Begins
Tuesday, February 11 ............................................................... :.................... Special Examinations
Sunday, May 25 ..................................................................................................Baccalaureate Sunday
Friday, May 23 . .. .......................................................................................... .Junior College Drama
Monday, May 26-Semi-Annual Meeting of Trustees, A. M.; Class Day
Exercises, P. M.; Address to Student Organizations, P. M

Tuesday, May 27th-Alumni Reunion, A. M.; Commencement Exerecises,
P. M

HOLIDAYS
Monday, ovember 11, 1929 ................................................................................ .Armistice Day
Thursday, November 28, l 929 .....................................................................Thanksgiving Day
Monday, December 23, 1929 ...................................................... Christmas Holidays Begin
Thursday, December 26, 1929 ................................................... Christmas Holidays Close
Wednesday, January 1, 1930 ............................................. New Year's and Emancipation
SPECIAL DAYS
Friday, January IO, 1930 ........................................................... Campus Beautification Day
Sunday, February 9...................................................................................... Lincoln-Douglass Day
Sunday, February 23 ..................................................................................................... All States' Day
Tuesday, March 4 ..........................................................................................................Annual Bazaar
Friday, March 7..................................................... .Annual Teachers' and Students' Rally
Sunday, March 9....................................................................................................... .Inter-Racial I1ay
Friday, March 28 ................................................ .................... High School Senior Class Play
Sunday, March 30 ............................................................................................................... Senior Sunday
Tuesday, April 29 ................................................... Community Conference and Barbecue
Monday, May 5........................................................................ Spring Festival and Field Day
Thursday, May 22 .................................................. .Annual Recital of the School of Music
Friday, May 23 ................................................................................... Annual Oratorical Contest
WHITE HALL-Administration Building
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Members of the Trustee Board of Bethune-
Cookman College
T. A. Adams, L. H. King,
Daytona Beach, Florida New Orleans, Louisiana
Will W. Alexander, Frederick T. Keeney, Chairman
Atlanta, Georgia Atlanta, Georgia
H. W. Bartley, M. M. Kugler,
Jacksonville, Florida Cincinnati, Ohio
Mary McLeod Bethune, Ralph Long,
Daytona Beach, Florida Daytona Beach, Florida
M. Edith Campbell, R.R. Moton,
Cincinnati, Ohio Tuskegee Institute, Alabama
G. Edward Dickerson, John E . ail,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania New York, New York
A. E. Emanuel, I. Garland Penn,
Miami, Florida Cincinnati, Ohio
Bert Fish, Cynthia M. Ranslow,
DeLand, Florida Daytona Beach, Florida
L. N. Gatch, Harrison G. Rhodes, Pres. Emer

Cincinnati, Ohio Daytona Beach, Florida
Frank Hamilton, G. D. Rogers,
Daytona Beach, Florida Bradenton, Florida
Stanley High, Theodore Roosevelt,
New York, New York New York, New York
J. Seth Hills D. H. Rutter, Vice-chairman,
. Daytona Beach, Florida Daytona Beach, Florida
M. J. Holmes, W. S. Snead, Secretary,
Chicago, Illinois Daytona Beach, Florida
Perry B. James, Jr. Thomas Tappy,
Tarpon Springs, Florida Daytona Beach, Florida
Z. J. Jerry, Laurence Thompson,
Sanford, Florida Daytona Beach, Florida
ADVISORY TRUSTEES
W. W. Andrews, Charles W. Johnson,
Jacksonville, Florida Nashville, Tennessee
J. W. E. Bowen, Robert E. Jones,
Atlanta, Georgia ew Orleans, Louisiana
F. M. Chapman, F. J. iver, Treasurer,
Englewood, New Jersey Daytona Beach, Florida
Dorothy Whitney Elmhirst, S. P. Pratt,
London, England Jacksonville, Florida
James N. Gamble, Pres. Emer. Marion B. ·Quick,
Cincinnati, Ohio London, England
Charles F. Goss,
Cincinnati, Ohio

VOL. 25 No. 7 . The . ADVOCATE • CATALOGUE . Edition of 1928-1929 . Announcements for 1929:,1930 . Published by . Bethu<1e-Cookman College . Dayto~a Beach, Florida

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