Monday night of the '07 Commencement was given over to entertainments
for the undergraduates and visitors. Accordingly the non-fraternity men,
as is their custom, spared no time nor pains to give a reception to their guests
worthy of enjoyment. The large and beautiful Sandiford home, formerly the
home of Bishop Haygood, was decorated with college colors and flags, while
the large grove in front of the house presented a very beautiful picture, lighted
with large Japanese lanterns and provided with settees. This provision was
well made as the house was filled to overflowing, the attendance numbering
more than two hundred. Refreshments were continually served, and contesting
games were participated in by those inclined to play. The music was furnished
by the Aragon Orchestra, of Atlanta, who gave some beautiful renditions. The
members of the college faculty responded to their invitation, and were present.
The hour of adjournment came at a late hour, and with reluctance the crowd
dispersed from the scene of a very pleasant evening.