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Page 34 text:
Mrs. Clara Cox, Hostess oi Colonial Hall, and Miss Jacqueline Meyers, President of the Dormitory Council. The Home Like Students who live in beautiful Colonial Hall, the wom- an ' s dormitory on the college campus, are under the sponsorship of Mrs. A. R. Campbell, Dean of Women, and Mrs. Clara Cox, Hostess, who show constant con- cern for the wholesome and well-rounded life of the girls. The balance of work and play and the careful consideration of the student ' s individual needs combine to form factors in promoting the excellent health and scholastic record of dormitory residents. An infirmary is maintained in the dormitory, a private dining room is adjacent to the building, and a special kitchen is pro- vided for the use of the residents who wish to prepare special meals. Meeting the new roommate is an adventure and thrill all its own. The spacious rooms are designed to pro- mote the girl ' s study as well as rest. Girls gather in the parlor of Colonial Hall on many occasions during each day. Signing out for dates is a custom for the large number of students who live in the hall.
Page 33 text:
Traditions: Centenary, with more than a century o f historical background, has college traditions whose inceptions are lost in antiquity. One of these delightful customs is the selection of the May Queen, shown above with her elaborate court. Pageantry unexcelled is seen in the crowning of the queen before the members of her court. The Alumni Return: Homecoming finds graduates from all parts of the world and all walks of life returning for a few days of festivities where they recapture the hours of youth, and witness again the crowning of the Homecoming Queen by President Cline, which is truly an event in undergradu- ate life.
Page 35 text:
Rotary Dormitory, resident hall for men. Campus Dormitories Centenary boys who reside on the campus make their home in the beautiful three-story structure that is Rotary Hall, named for the Shreveport Rotary Club, donor of the building. The Ce ntenary Women ' s Club maintains an active interest in student welfare on the campus and has recently redecorated the colonial type parlor where the boys gather for social occasions and daily lounging. Faculty supervisors are Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Voran, who with the help of the student dormitory council, have in- corporated a truly democratic, self-governing organiza- tion into the dormitory life. A complete program pro- vides a balance of study, leisure, and recreational time for the residents. At upper right are C. E. Ewing, President of the Council for the current year, Mrs. J. B. Railsback, President of the Women ' s Club, and Mr. and Mrs. Voran. Boys gather in the parlor after classes are over. In the rooms the boys " slick up " for that date, while some are al- ways eager to convene in one of the rooms for the in- evitable session.
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