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Page 12 text:
Kaleidoscope oi an Unopened College T. READING on each other ' s toes, getting in each other ' s hair, grimely, purposely, savagely industrious is the little group which congregates early in September to beat the college in shape for the madness of opening and registration. Certain unmistakable characteristics label it as belonging to the branch of humanity known as " American Collegiates " . . . super-pressure salesmanship on the part of the publicity department as they emote, coax, and dramatize to show the sheeplike high school graduates how much they need Centenary . . . coveralled campus crewers banging nails, digging holes, and slinging bricks with a fine spirit of abandon resembling that of an itinerant cyclone . . . lean and hungry faculty members returning after their three months of vacation to settle down to installing distilled knowledge into undergraduate heads, reading over their lecture notes of last year with squeals and grunts of delight and disgust ... a small squad in the Bursar ' s office throwing up a typewriter barricade to rattle off rounds of alluring mail to prospective students while another tired and cynical group attacks the long double rows of red and black numerals in the huge, grey credit ledgers of the college. Thus mills the campus until, with the opening of school, it is lost in the larger motions of the student body. • Page 8
Page 14 text:
Our Bdckground i HE PANORAMA of college life is acted out before a background of stone and steel. Behind the varying hues and shades of student actions stand the solid whites and bricks of the silent buildings. They act as backdrops in contrast to the play which takes place before them. Almost oblivious of the existence of these ever-present campus features the students go their way, seldom stopping to con- sider or regard them. Yet they always stand, voiceless storehouses of knowl- edge, watching the surge about their feet.
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