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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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place of the Gents and their ladies. Sooner or later everyone comes here lor some reason or other. 9. Even the iaculty lorgets scholastic endeavor lor the night and stages a party all its own. 10. Some students turn to the stage lor their outside activity, and with much success too, as did Doris Mar- shall and Virginia Doyle. 11. As Spring bears more and more ol a resemblance to summer, election time comes on to add even more hot air to the already torrid atmosphere, and to mark the end ol another school year by turning over the reins to the new officers, thus winding up the season of student activity both in and out of school.
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