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Page 62 text:
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Even oft repetition could never quite suppress the emotional tingle
that came whenever the students rose to sing "Alma Mater" as a
prelude to another chapel hour. When, a moment later, Charlie Wilson
led them in a hymn or two, they sang with fervor and enthusiasm.
Then they heard the dean or the president read from the Scriptures
and somebody prayed. The announcements would follow and, at
length, the speaker of the morning.
Naturally, some of the speakers were dull and some only succeeded
in making everybody laugh. That is to be expected in any sequence of
orators. But many of them were inspiring-Miss Esther Boyer, Dr.
Jesse Bader, President Morrison, Reverend Bransford-to mention
only a few.
There was a variegated assortment of clever announcements this
year, too. From the' "poetry" of Milburn Miller to the elaborate
dialogues of costumed "characters"-they ran the full gamut of pic-
Page 61 text:
Individualism is the keynote of the pre-chapel
period-albeit coerced individualism. Who knows?
Maybe those "melody masters" who trek to the
music hall to practice are sincere in their desire to
make the world a more interesting place. Anyway,
the new music hall solves the problem of those who
weren't localizing their vocalizing.
Pathetic Psychology hopefuls! The only time this
rare specie comes into the open for observation is
at this pre-chapel period. Even a few smatterings
of ignorance may stand one in good stead in the
moment of that inevitable "first question."
There are, we hear, Freshmen who are not in Dr.
Schminke's History class who still receive mail from
home. A few of these are in evidence as they plague
Agnes, the "girl at the desk" to ascertain the possi-
bility of a letter from home.
Page 63 text:
True to their name these girls are real companions and sp1'ead the
fellowship and friendliness typified by the name--Camarada. This
colleagueship was organized only this year but already they have
shown their merit in worthy projects for the school.
To the club and to their president, Mary Jean, our congratulations
on a grand start and best wishes for future years.
President . . . Mary Jean Malott
Vice-President . Myrtie Avery
Secretary . Juanita Bridwell
Treasurer Betty Eberle
Adviser Anna Koglin
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