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Page 10 text:
Mr. Gilbert might Well be called "the director of personnel"
among the affairs of the college. As the guiding influence
of the Gamma Sigs, that organization has blossomed
H ' an of exactness cmd
forth this year in new glory. e is a m
action, qualities that all admire. His ever-directing helpful
influence is felt in every activity of the school, be it
student, faculty or administrative.
lf the "dos and don'ts" of etiquette are puzzling you, you
need search no longer. This poet, Writer, lecturer, traveler,
and above all else, charming college instructor is Well
versed in such matters of society. She is only too willing
to give of her limited time in the interest of the college
and its students. ,
Between teaching the do re mi's and denying reports of
romance, Miss Cannon fairly flies from one teaching
center to the next, encouraging aspiring student teachers.
It has been rumored that she likes to play piano duets
but is unable to find an ambitious college partner.
One of the most versatile members of our faculty is Miss
Clouser. After fulfilling her none too light teaching
schedule each Week, she still finds time to entertain most
charmingly, to give much helpful guidance in the editing
of the Scout Bi-Weekly, and to care for her chief interests
-oh, don't you know?-her beautiful cats.
Page 9 text:
Teachers College is rich in tradition
and accomplishment. lt is the out-
come of many fine contributions by
many fine people. Worthwhile insti-
tutions are built in this way. lt is
not fine in a material sense but
rather in a spiritual sense. Material
things crumble and decay but those
of the spirit are eternal. They grow
finer with the passing of years and
are handed down from generation
to generation. They serve as an in-
spiration to the new student and a
source of satisfaction and pride to
the graduate. Sometimes we work
so close to the institution that we
fail to appreciate its strength and
virtues and it is only in retrospect president L C. Bond
that we appreciate its true signifi-
You have had an important part in accomplishing and maintaining its
excellent record. The same ideals of loyalty, devotion and achievement
which you have developed in the college will accompany you in all
your undertakings and to any institution in which you may serve.
The chief business of education is to equip you with those habits, attitudes
and ideals which will help you to adjust to the world in which you live.
ln so doing it should enable you to obtain the greatest measure of satis-
faction and happiness for yourself and for those with whom you associate.
These habits, attitudes and ideals emerge as a result of four years'
association with your fellow students and faculty members. lt is said
that in a large institution the student goes through college but in a small
institution the college goes through the student. lf this be true you are
having a maximum opportunity for growth and development. During
your college career l hope you will develop a philosophy of life. lt is
quite essential to your happiness. lt will come as o: result of much living
and experience. lt will help you to make the most of your opportunities,
and to live courageously, with kindness and consideration of others. ln
helping others you develop strength. Perhaps the following quotation
from William l-lenry Channing entitled Ulvly Symphony" will help you.
"To live content with small means, to seek elegance rather than luxury,
and refinement rather than fashion, to be worthy, not respectable, and
wealthy, not rich, to study hard, think quietly, talk gently, act frankly,
to listen to stars and birds, to babes and sages, with open heart, to bear
all cheerfully, do all bravely, await occasions, hurry never. ln a word, to
let the spiritual, unbidden and unconscious, grow up through the com-
mon. This is to be my symphony."
Page 11 text:
We never realized we had such artistic talent until Miss
Glenn offered her suggestions and advice, and then we
fairly "bloomed." Arranging art exhibits seems to be her
hobby and these displays certainly add that "missing
touch" to our halls.
Listening to splashes and sputters, whether they be from
"puppy paddlers" or "swimmers," seems to be a favorite
hobby with Miss Iones. While her chief pastime is swim-
ming we've heard that she's especially fond of psychology
and likes to experiment Cnot upon her classes, we hopel.
This vivacious and effervescent member of the faculty
expends her energy within the portals of the college. With
her interest in sports and student functions, it is obvious
that she is in demand by the classes. Her latest brain-
child is the establishment of an outdoor playground for
the students to replace what was once known to all as
our beloved goat yard.
"Big" as well as "little tots" interest this energetic faculty
member as is shown by her advisory activities in our
Student Council. Famous for her favorite pastime of walk-
ing, Miss McKay is indeed an ambitious member of our
faculty. She once confessed her desire to learn "the big
apple" right along with the students,
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