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Page 159 text:
Long, loud, and linguistic are the election days at Ye Olde College. Puzzled are DeLee and Schram over the iragrant hand bills oi the Non-Fiat group . . . Big-Noise Sheppard inaugurates a new low in campus politics with the sound truck system . . . Lucress diligently guards the ballot box — (note the lake pad- locks) . . . Sister Grigsby, as all the other sisters, demonstrates the correct way to mark a ballot ... To insure honesty and integrity, Prol. Davidson super- vises tabulation of returns . . . and Carstarphen scribbles the results on ever- lasting sands of Time ... A Winner? . . . Nope, Helen didn ' t even run — that ' s why she is happy! . . .
Page 158 text:
1 ' .lirikin Ail fPro8,Tr ' Stdndouts T, HE ANNUAL return of Spring brought with it, among other unpleasant things, the seasonal elections which gave rise to a subsequent crop of big-shots, whose inflated egos loomed so large on the campus horizon. First we suffered through the Popularity Contest with its preliminary stages of dead-fish hand shakes and electric-light smiles and its " follow up " period of shouts of " Dirty work! " and " Com- bine! " from dejected and rejected losers. Then we endured the Sponsor Contest in not-so-silent agony, while looking for a quiet cave to crawl into until the storm was over. But the worse was yet to come — " beauties " must be selected, as well as a May Queen, together with the election of new officers for the coming year. All in all, with so many important personages knocking around for us to pay homage to we feel practically overwhelmed with our own unimportance. In fact, it was very presumptious of us to mention retiring into a cave; just any old hole that some earthworm has abandoned will do for us — and we ' ll be glad to get it too! Page 154 •
Page 160 text:
O mielle jtulck LmOYL Evident is the popularity of Annelle for she has always been one of the friendliest girls on the campus and this year it was proved by her being selected for two honors — Home-coming Queen and Most Popular Girl. For once there was no suspicion of dirty work at the election box. P O P U A " 3il 3i arns No doubt we should have said " William, " but the very indica- tion of his popularity is the " Bill " and " Will " which he is to everyone on the campus. His grin and greeting are as much fix- tures of his personality as his sandy hair.
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