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Irma F. Broadwell Instiucioi in Education Principal of the Model School; special v ork L.S.U. and Teachers ' College, Colorado. Don Brown Diiectoi oi the Ait School Art Institute of Chicago; Art Students ' League of N.Y., under Kenneth Hayes Miller, John Sloan and Broadman Robinson, and in Paris six years; Pupil of Thomas H. Benton. LiDA Muse Instiuctoi in Home Economics B.S., University of Tennessee; M.A., Columbia U. Mrs. Leroy Morwood InstiuctoT in Modern Languages A.B., Centenary College; Graduate Student Universities of Colorado and Texas; Summer Session, Sorbonne U., Paris, France. Tom Cobb Assistant Coach A.B., Northeast Oklahoma Teachers ' College. Elmer Smith Assi ' stcni Coach A.B., Hendrix College; Graduate Student of Universities of Illinois and Colorado. " Doc " Eails en joying a fast game of tennis. Lelia Page Acting Buisar
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Brother Riggs all prepared tor that brief cold spell. Ernest Rolston Director of Music A.B., Penn State; B.M., Cadek Conservatory. B. Axel Johannsen Head of Woodwind Instrument Department Graduate of Royal Conservatory, Stockholm, Sweden. Albert Martini Instructor in Violin ' .M., Illinois Wesleyan; Degree in Violin, Rossini Conservator;; Pesaro, Italy; Graduate Student, Yale University. O. Lincoln Igou Instructor in Orchestration A.B., Hnam University; B.M.E., M.S., Northv estern U. John Wray Young Instructor in Speech A.B., University of lo " wa. Henrietta Carnahan Instructor in Piano B.M., Centenary College. Mrs. J. H. Blakemore Secretary of Athletic Department A.B., Centenary College
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Tne Gates Open Wide R: .EGISTRATION blows hordes of slick-haired, dazzled Freshmen all over the campus, in nooks and crevices, in classrooms and halls, but mostly in upperclassmen ' s hair. They make it unsafe for any experienced-looking stude to attempt to cross the campus without answering at least three " Say, where is Jackson Hall? " About the time that the Frosh footballers lose their locks, the other first-yearers ac- quire a veneer of what they consider worldliness. First indication of this is when the smallest member of the class comes to school self-consciously puffing a pipe which reeks with newness . . . final sign is when he hastily leaves a lecture, green-faced, and a broken pipe is later found on the steps of the building. Greeks screaming a strange jargon then fall upon the trembling newcomers and subject them to an ordeal by tongue. A week later foot-sore and ear-weary the poor, befuddled rushees wake to find themselves pledges of Gamma Damma. Then is when they get it in the neck (did I say neck?). Footfall season punts its way in and the Frosh again go into spasms of hero-worship. Tiny little babes gush around the campus with " Wild Will Williams is in MY history class. " Perhaps their little cardiac regions would not patter so wildly if they were told that " Wild Will " had been in every first-year his- tory class for the last five years and still hasn ' t passed. Homecoming finally ends the infantile period of the Freshman ' s life and the college can stop wearing the parental frown of worry and wearily sink back to rest ... at least for another year. • Page 26
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