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Our guiding lights! By now we really know them fairly well. From the rising- bell when we pass their bathrobed figures in the corridor, just as tousled and bleary- eyed as we are, ' til lights-out when we are figuratively and sometimes literally tucked into our downless cots, they are a great comfort. Interesting conversations de- velop over cereal bowls, and later in chapel they sing lustily and smile benevo- lently. On to classes where gems of science, language and other forbidding subjects miraculously begin to make sense to us, and to become interesting. Tiffin finds the faculty in Room 9 chatting midst bites of chocolate grahams. More classes and then after much backing and filling on our part, due to our somewhat confusing politeness on the stairs, our table teachers arrive at lunch to chortle over our pathetic efforts at pie-cutting, or to bring us the latest news broadcasts. Come apres midi and faculty off mo- ments. Some we see here and there down- town; others disappear in the direction of Baronial for... a bit of sociability; and some must be slaves to duty, for wee in- spection notes bearing snappy estimates FACULTY of room order are discovered — proudly by the " neaties " but with chagrin by those who prefer floor to closet. And when do they find time to plan corridor parties where we find food for thought and other- wise? Betimes new shiny cars glide about the circle carrying the faculty we know not where. Sometimes we actually envy them— particularly on a Monday night when they retire en masse to the McKeen Room and leave us wondering and (confession) eavesdropping outside the closed doors. Evenings find them more often than not patiently helping bewildered students untie the knots in their brains, or giving permissions for us to " get assignments. " The faculty may squelch our vocal ef- forts on the corridor and our hilarity in study hours, but they always sign our week-end slips and bear malice toward none. And when for the last time as their pupils, we see them in academic regalia on Commencement Day we - oh well — hearts and flowers to the faculty ! 
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ADMINISTRATION MARGUERITE CAPEN HEARSEY, Principal A.B. Hollins College M.A. Radcliffe College Ph.D. Yale University Inspiring talks in chapel and out . . . " Finnish Supper at 6:15 " .. .stimulating poetry classes . . . friendly smile ... anecdotes abun- dant ... complete under- standing and patience . . . unfailing guide intellectual- ly and spiritually. . .friend for always ....
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A w Ruth Stephens Baker, A.B..M.A. French, German Wonderful poetry. . .table games . . . French in German class . . . postcards. . .M.R.S. in homemak- ing at Cornell. Hilda Ruby Baynes, B.es L. French Ducky . . . news . . . broadcasts . . . orange juice. . .paintings galore, lung power ... shadow laugh., practical advice. Jean Hope Baynes Financial Secretary Afternoon coffee . . . foreign affairs . . . speedy table . . . money . . . sense of humor. . . " Hilda and I did. " Mrs. Eunice Murray Campbell, A.B. Business Principles Always happy . . . giggle . . . sympa- thetic. . .brisk walk. . . " Well, girls, how would you like a little test this morning? " Mary Carpenter, B.S. Physical Education Half Gargoyle, half Griffin. . .Ab- bot athlete No. i . . . fondness for books of the month. . . tweed jack- ets. . .enthusiasm. Constance Clark History, Office Assistant . Known by accent . . . sense of humor... love of flowers. .. " But I didn ' t see the mail this noon! " Hope Coolidge, A.B., B.S. House Superintendent Skiing prowess . . . . fast driving . orite desserts . . . wonderful meals . petitions for fav- health talks. Mary Elaine Dodge, B.H.S. Household Science A.B., Bright red suit and hat... " Well and who ' s this little person? . . . tales of Canada. . .variety of jokes . . . fur coat. Mrs. Hannah Richmond Duncan, R.N. Resident Nurse " Meet me at the radiator " ... inexhaustible zip . . . laugh and stride ... trips to Baronial .. .per- fume. 
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