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Page 12 text:
STRENGTH ond endurance ore required of
those who participate in peg board competition.
. . . There was not among the children of Israel a good-
lier person than heg From his shoulders and upward he
was higher than any of the people.-I SAMUEL 9:2.
Physifal requirements in a College education are
relatively unimportant in a liheral sense. yet are
essential in the Completion of a higher education.
Not only is physieal fleyelopinent an individual
area of growth. it also plays an aetiye role in the
realization of inaxiinuin growtli in other phases
of life. An erect. vigorous hotly often serves as
a mirror reflefting an alert. rereptiye rnind
and a general zest for life, For. "He who
strives in the game exercises self-Control
in all things,"
Page 11 text:
Wisdom is the principal thingg Therefore get wisdomg Yea,
with all thy getting get understanding.-PROVERBS 4:7
The goal of every student is the development of his brain into a
working integral part of his mind and body relationship.
Education is the instrument used to produce such a result.
Students need a broad, liberal education to understand the great
issues challenging the minds of men and to Communicate their ideas ef-
fectively. Discipline is also needed to provide an
avenue for mavimum contribution. Learning comes through discovery
in the laboratory. listening to lyceums, and comprehension in
the classroom. This enables students to develop skills
and to quicken their intellect and abilities.
EXPLORING the mysteries of the
atom in chemistry lab aives an
opportunity to satisfy curiosity.
COMMENCEMENT services and presentation of the diploma, signifying completion of work toward a
Bachelors or Master's degree, is an event that will be long remembered by all persons concerned.
EXPERIENCE in dramatic productions
aid students in developing ll1fJSiC Sl1illS
and special talents for lVCSUmS-
Page 13 text:
JUMPING high to get a rebound, Vernon
Rogers demonstrates the physical prowess
and agility required of those who would com-
pete successfully in intercollegiate basketball.
GRUELING hours of practice to train the man physically gs well as men-
tally are iustly rewarded when the result brings victory. The physical man
is demonstrated here as Steve Smith runs, over an opposing player
fora TD. The mental man is demonstrated as his reaction to the outcome.
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