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One ol the interminable bridge games that goes on forever and forever. Fizz must hold the winning trumps . . . Lib Sheppard welcomes that long await- ed mail from home, or is it Jacksonville . . . An eager crowd ol critics surround the ping pong table. STUDENT SENATE The Student Senate in session. To them is due the credit lor supervising and lurnishing the building, and lor many other noteworthy campus activities.
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Center of all campus activity is the new Student Union Building, popularly nicknamed the " SUB " , where students and faculty meet between classes or in free hours to eat, play ping pong, get mail, play bridge, or talk. Completely modern, the " Sub " has long shady porches at the front and back entrances, which afford a beautiful vista of the rolling front lawn, or the shady brick walk to South Hall, depending on the observer ' s location. Two ping pong tables are in constant use, as are the many coke, popcorn and music machines which adorn the sides of the main hall. Here, at the numerous groups ot tables and chairs, incessant games of bridge or dominoes are in progress. In the left wing is the cafeteria, wmcn furnishes hungry students with a bite to eat at all hours, while the right wing houses the book store una meeting rooms. The " Sub " supplies a long felt need on the campus, tor it provides a general meeting place ior tne student body, and furnishes them with an opportunity for recreation and refreshment as well. Special groups have particular hours when they may use the building for their meetings, and it is available at night for ban- quets or other functions. But chiefly it is the place where every student goes to meet every other student in his leisure hours. STUDENTS WORK AND PLAY A group occupies one ot the reading rooms to look over the weekly issue of the Collegiate Digest. A glimpse ot the main room during Chapel time, which accounts tor the over large crowd.
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To the superior student belongs the distinction of membership in an honorary organization and the possibility that, come graduation, his name will be engraved on the plaque of Honor Graduates which two senior candidates are examin- ing in the picture at right. Honorary Organizations
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