Centenary College of Louisiana - Yoncopin Yearbook (Shreveport, LA)

 - Class of 1938

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DORMITORIES (jo Ionia I JL all The stately columns and broad veranda of Co- lonial Hall give an impression of peace and calm which is perhaps deceptive, for anywhere 50 girls are gathered under one roof, there is very little of ei ther to be found. However, under Mrs. Briley ' s guiding hand, they behave even better than might be expected; never coming in more than an hour late, not forgetting to turn the lights and fires off more than once a day, and always cleaning their rooms at least once each day. These beau- tiful and popular young ladies (and if you don ' t believe that try to get the dorm on the phone some night) make Colonial Hall their home for nine months out of the year and it really is a fine one. Mrs. Briley, housemother oi Colonial Hall, is busy at one of her tavoiite pastimes. Typical dormitoiy scenes: Mis. Biiley and the Council President Helen Ziehm and roommate Marguerite Sutton, probably asking for late permission. Ann Calhoun greets a bashful caller . . . Who are these popular young men, and why . . . They can ' t fool us, they don ' t study that hard . . . The date room is always crowded at night. The annual dormitory banguet . . . .

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CAMPUS Jvotaru JJorm Rotary Dorm — where a man ' s room is his castle and his clothes are his roommate ' s. Where you can come and go as you please, but you never know where your best tie is, or who will be in your bed when you get back. Where strange sounds issue forth, both night and day; for the dorm has its own would-be singers, musicians, and just plain loud mouthed occupants. Where they have a telephone but you ' d never know it since Joe Steeples learned how to use the thing. Where you ' ll never have a dull moment, or a quiet one either. All in all, it ' s a great life if you don ' t weaken, but we ' re weak- ening fast. 1 . Comiort seems to be the keynote of these pictures. 2. Whose hands are these? 3. Big Bob spends his time studying — a detective story in this case. 4. Quite a contrast in what the well-dressed gentleman shall wear. 5. Same bed, same book, but a dillerent subject — this time it ' s J. H. Black. 6. Taking Hie easy. 7. Bartley and Black look like they ' re last in the arms of Morpheus, but we ' ll bet they ' re only playing possum. 8. This is what keeps the dorm awake nights and the residents from making their 8 o ' cloci: classes. The spacious colonial reception room of Rotary Dormitory. Here the boys gather tor social occasions and daily lounging.



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?ian c es Goo 1 ds°n true .Ics jlon 3- Stag In addition to the usual excite- ment of putting on a show, there is often the added thrill of a party afterward which makes a gala occasion of the most ordinary per- formance. This year a series of buffet suppers for the cast of {Col- lege Kapers were held at the homes of various members, and as the staff photographer was lucky enough to break in on one of these, he took advantage of this opportunity by making a number of candid shots before, after and during the Kollege show. 1. Ruth Richards gazes with amusement at something as she and Frances Goodson await then cues backstage. 2. Apparently Jo Beth couldn ' t wait till the show was over for her refreshments. Judging horn the look of dismay on what we can see of Kelly ' s face, it must be her sandwich that " Liz " is going after. 3. Master of Ceremonies Dana Dawson gives some final instruc- tions to Fred Thurber, one of the flunkies for the show, as Liz looks on, while in the background Doc talks it over with some of the boys. 4. After the show is over, the party is on. Those cups they ' re lifting aloft contain nothing more harmful than punch, so their hil- arity must be due to the success

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