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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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The j Freshman Class Officers President Winfred Bynum Vice-President Mary Hamner Secretary Alvin Biriclebach With little or no trouble, the Freshmen Officers were installed. Chin- music characterized their election and candidates were put-up left and right, but nobody seemed to mind. Bynum ran off with the Presidency easily, as if it were a football, while comely " Sis " Hamner captured the Vice-prefix. Birklebach experienced slightly more difficulty in becoming Secretary as every one who had lost for the other two positions were running for this one. Securely balloted, wrapped and parcelled they finally were " it, " and nothing has been heard from them since the elec- tion. • Page 28 •
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