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Reed 1 din 3 c arn pus daae- There are many and varied inter- ests which dominate the life of the student outside of class, perhaps even more than his supposed quest for knowledge. Throughout the year, as each succeeding sea- son brings its particular brand of activity, the attention of Centen- arians is drawn toward it and the spotlight of popularity shifts with the changing winds. 1. In the fall it ' s football, and the voice ot the cheerleader is heard through the land as the men of iron give their all lor Alma Mater as they crash through lor touch- downs. 2. Football means parades and parades mean shortened classes, which is indeed a cause lor cele- bration. No wonder everybody loves them. 3. As fall changes to winter loot- ball is temporarily forgotten as all Centenary fans crowd the gym to watch the Gentlemen excel at an- other sport — basketball. 4. When the first spring flower pokes its cautious head above ground our thoughts turn to the more lovely things of life, for in- stance the beauties, who are shown wishing their Hollywood bound pictures good luck. 5. Thoughts turn also to lighter things, for instance, the light fan- tastic toe which these boys and girls have apparently been trip- ping. Qeco As
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cwv os 1. That students do not entirely forget their studies is evidenced by this picture oi Jack Cooke. (Editor ' s Note: This is not a posed picture; he really was siudying.) 2. The great outdoors appeals to some, and, as usual, we have the ardent devotees oi horseback rid- ing with us. We prefer to eat our meals sitting down, however. 3. Sharing sports honors with bas- ketball, we find the customary crowd oi light fans out to watch the boys beat each other to a bloody pulp or twist each other into knots, as in this picture. 4. It ' s still compulsory to go to class, whether you like it or not. Spring fever apparently has a firm grip on some of these not-so- industrious pupils. 5. The pageant at chapel which denounced 113 years of Centen- ary ' s student activities as being old-fashioned aroused much es- thusiasm, which rapidly disap- peared when contributions were called for. 6. A pleasant picture of the shady lane to South Hall on a bright spring day. Who said the road to knowledge was hard? 7. The General Motors Parade oi Progress attracted much attention and gave the students a good dose oi knowledge which most oi them took with pleasure, not rec- ognizing it as such. 8. Another campus attraction — the bookstore — favorite meeting Getti ng tea dy for the last mile D e
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