From the Chicago Defender November 10, 1917
- President G.W. Hubbard of Meharry Medical College has returned to the city after a visit to New York, where he attended the meeting of the National Association of Dental Faculties
- “The Model Home” was the subject of Rev. W. S. Ellington’s discourse last Sunday morning.
- An attendance of seventy-five was reported for the Meharry Bible class at St. Paul’s A.M.E. church Sunday
- E.L. Dunnings, A.B., senior medic, Meharry Medical College, was the guest of F.J. Myles, the Defender reporter, at 3528 West End avenue, Saturday.
- Capt. M.V. Boutte and Lieut. H.A. Cameron left the city for Rockford, Ill. Tuesday night. They will be stationed at Camp Grant and will assist in training the Race men at that place.
- The various educational institutions were visited during the week by Secretary Fabius of the YMCA international committee, together with two assistants, Belchaer and Evans, in the interest of the student friendship war fund. Fisk, Walden, Roger Williams universities, Meharry Medical College and the A & I State Normal were all visited and several hundred dollars in cash was tendered by the student of each institution.
- L.E. Brown, the K. of P. secretary of Tennessee, whose home is in Memphis, was in the city this week.
- Monroe Jordan of Pulaski, Tenn., is a popular junior dentist at Meharry Dental College.
- Last week 150 men left the city for Camp Meade, Md. Some of Nashville’s best young men answered the country’s call.
- Miss Hattie S. Hendly, 111 36th avenue South, was a visitor in North Nashville Sunday.
- Mrs. Nelson G. Merry, wife of the late Rev. Nelson G. Merry, is dead.
- The Chauffers’ Instructive association will hold a stag on Nov. 15 at the German-American hall.
- Pearl High School had a dance last Saturday night at the German-American hall.
- Miss Bertha Stevens and Ethel Mayberry, Louisiana, have returned for study at Roger Williams university.
- Leonard Jones and Miss Gordon Officer were guests of Roger Williams university in a big cadillac.