The college was host to the first "Township Day." A branch of the Public Health Committee under the chairmanship of Helen Kenyon '05 directed events that included: a community sing; a pageant, "The Opposite End of the World: A masque of the Junior Red Cross"; a track meet for children; a picnic lunch in the Circle; an address by President MacCracken; demonstrations in the Red Cross workroom, in the dairy, and on the farm; and presentation of banners to the fifteen schools enrolled in the Junior Red Cross, of which President MacCracken was national director.