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Page 15 text:
sulted, and Tempe was born.
Education, particularly teacher train-
ing, began to concern Arizonais citizens,
among them Judge Hayden.
Wfith a bit of political maneuvering,
Tempe got its Territorial Normal School
from the "Thieving Thirteenthv Legisla-
-ture, its charter being signed on March 12,
1885, along with that of the university to
be founded at Tucson.
On February 8, 1886, the Normal
School opened its doors with Professor Hi-
ram Bradford Farmer as its first president,
teacher, and principal. The new Educa-
tion Building on the present campus bears
Gnly in this Land of Room Enough
and Time Enough could dreams like those
of Charles Hayden be fully realized. XV ith
time enough and room enough to grow, his
town became a thriving city of a now esti-
mated 28,500, in a state celebrating its
semicentennial. And Tempe Normal . . .
well, today itys ARIZONA STATE UNI-
VERSITY with a total enrollment last se-
mester of 14,161 students.
There are now over 75 buildings on
campus, among them the Life Science
Center on Palm VValk. Here, besides the
lecture halls and laboratories, may be
found an ecological laboratory where des-
ert life is maintained at the level of natural
surroundings. Also housed here is the in-
ternationally recognized Poisonous Ani-
mals Research Laboratory.
Future construction plans for ASU in-
clude a S3 million library, but at present,
Matthews Library provides a growing col-
lection of materials and services for the
University. An outstanding feature of Mat-
thews is the American Art Collection, one
of the most important west of the Mis-
A building which is becoming increas-
ingly more important on campus is the
Menis Physical Education Building which
houses the gymnasium. Due to the tre-
mendous success of the Sun Devil Basket-
ball Team, more and more fans are pouring
into the gym to watch their team in action.
The five-year plan of the University in-
cludes completion of this building.
There's still room enough at ASU and
the University has many plans for its con-
tinued growth. Too, it has the proper set-
ting for it - one of the most rapidly devel-
oping areas in the country, Greater Metro-
politan Phoenix in the Valley of the Sun,
the center of a progressive and prosperous
state celebrating 50 years of statehood this
The concept of time enough as far as
growth and development are concerned
can best be visualized while traveling east-
ward from the campus along U. S. High-
way 80. Here the mighty Superstitions
loom impressively on the desert horizon,
where by comparison, ASU's 76-year his-
tory seems but a niche on the craggy face
of this monument to time.
Not only do the immediate surround-
ings lend an atmosphere of expansion and
development for ASU, but the entire State
of Arizona, although itself just fifty years
old, is virtually a Land of Room Enough
and Time Enough for inspiration, enter-
tainment, experience and education.
Oak Creek Canyon holds breathtaking
views for all who pass through, water
sports at Martinez Lake on the Colorado
River near Yuma provide fun and relaxa-
tion, and only in Arizona can one experi-
ence the real thrill of nature by traveling
200 miles from the Valley of the Sun to a
winter wonderland in northern Arizona.
It is easy to see why education flour-
ishes in this country in the true sense of the
word when one views the peace and tran-
quility of Canyon Lake at sunset.
Thus, Arizona State University has not
only outstanding immediate surroundings,
but is itself encompassed by a statewide at-
mosphere which whispers, "This is the
Land of Room Enough and Time
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