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A Trek through the Classrooms
Every student of human nature in the rough fand in the refined, too, per-
chancej would glean reams of research material from a journey through a
college or university's classroom sessions. It is there that hard-working,
kindly, and eminently patient pedagogues try to convey, in words of more
than one syllable, that elusive something known as an education to students
falas! not so hard-workingj who try their best not to be inoculated by the
virus but who do, in surprisingly large numbers when one stops to think about
it, learn enough to fit them for life in a world so complex that if we put even
two or three pieces of the jigsaw puzzle together we deserve a spot in the
"New York Sun."
The professors in Anderson College are in a real sense the life of the campus.
They are the nucleus of most of the student conversation. Draw near to any
coterie of clicking conversationalists and very likely you will hear them dis-
cussing, heatedly and yet without malice, the latest psychology quiz. If you
wanted more unbiased information you could tiptoe quietly to the doors of the
very classrooms themselves, your heart would be warmed by what you heard.
Perhaps it would be Coach Dane's hearty, urbane humor that dribbled
through the keyhole as you listenedg the Professor of Physical Education is as
well-liked and well-attended as any teacher could possibly be. Down the hall
would be Dr. Miller's Bible class. His large classes look forward to each
session, for his tolerant, well-balanced, highly individual comments upon
biblical exegesis are sincerely spoken and carry great weight with practically
every student. If next down the hall would be Professor Wiley's calculus class
you would perhaps be surprised to learn that even if you didn't care a fig for
math the period spent there would repay you many times over. Professor
Wiley's deep-rooted humility is a thing at which to wonder. Besides this, he
tries so hard to help that the student is impatient enough with his own stu-
pidity to get that answer or burst a blood vessel in the attempt. Occasionally
the room is hushed by mute respect and reverence. This particular reporter
will never forget one such session when our professor witnessed, in simple,
manly fashion, to God's healing power. And the students get their math, too!
These examples were just picked at random because it is hard to choose
whom to write about when one wants to write about so many. We could go
into detail about the genial wisdom of Dr. Kardatzke, or the extremely apt
judgments of Dr. Schminke on contemporaneous history, or the marvelous
kindliness of Miss Koglin. There could be essays in abundance written about
Professor Hartselle's modesty in spite of genuine artistic attainmentsg about
Dr. Brown's profound searchings and enlightened philosophies, and Dr. Mar-
tin's fine grasp of theological subtleties. And that would, of course, not nearly
exhaust the list.
Enough has been said, however, to indicate why Anderson Alumni feel as
they do about their professors. Regardless of what they, as sleep-weary stu-
dents, might have muttered while they were writing their term papers, the
memories that last are the ones tinged with reflected glory-the glory of
honest personalities who were willing to serve.
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Notwithstanding the largest enrollment in Anderson's history--the
happy possibility that always inheres in a small college-that of know-
ing almost every student on the campus, still prevailed. Those jabs of
playful rivalry, the whole-spirited zest of mutual undertakings, the
mental jostlings for unprejudiced conclusions, and the nightly sharing
of intimate hopes for a trail-blazing future--all were expressions of our
faith in the other's integrity of purpose.
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