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Page 58 text:
Presenting the 1937 . . . . Homecoming Queen . . . Through a bedlam of election filth, through a hurricane of balloting, through an earthquake of poli- tics, through an avalanche of popularity came beautiful Annelle Hutchinson with royal grace to become Homecoming Queen of 1937. After coming through all this Queenly Nelly also went through the pomp, heat, and ceremony of the coronation with smiling, sweating, but unruffled dig- nity. On her white-washed dais of wood and tinseled throne of papier-mache she made a com- plete picture of what an ivory-bedecked, brunette-thatched, golden-crowned, pretty girl looks like when she is Queen and also Annelle Hutchinson. Past Queens Bai- ley and Overton serve as the guards at honor during the cere- mony . . . " Doc " George makes the crowning otiicial with his usual gusto . . . While " This is Jack Garrison speaking " announces proceedings to the world at large . . . Some queen, eh, what? . . . • Page 54 •
Page 57 text:
The Band Personnel Director Dr. S. D. Morehead Drum Majors Horace Logan and Helen Rosenblath Sweetheart Martha Shepherd Student Managers W. D. Boddie and Jimmie Dixon Trumpets Mellophones Parry Stewart August Goldstein, Jr. Harold Eatman Harbin Boddie Winifred Morris - Kelson Louis Cullick Louis Williams Clois Skeeters Trombones Jules Perot Jack Cooke • T , Shelley Carter Drums and Cymbals Clarinets Robert Vaughan Dana Dawson, Jr. Sam Peters John Vantrease Allen Prickett Jimmie Hammett W. D. Boddie Jimmie Dixon b. E. Jones Larry Willis JjQSS Edgar Bland Charles Rathbun Walter Platt Horace Logan % A .
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Q e e Surrounded by Maroon Jackets with red cheeks, escorted by Maroon Shirts with red noses, flanked by ex-Centenary grid-heroes with growing paunches, kissed by " Doc. George " with great gusto, envied by all the female spectators with catty chatter, looking mighty nice with everything, Nell did herself and Zeta Tau Alpha mighty proud as well as m.aking an excellent and darned at- tractive Queen of the Homecoming to make the old-grads long for their long jxist days of youth and handsomeness.
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