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via 5OKOMTY IRLS can rate back in Homeburg without belonging to the best SORORITY or any old sorority, but at college they get picked . . . and how! The poor thing who doesn ' t get in is out . . . with exceptions. Tears, heartaches, and despair over little of nothing. Laughter, elation and tears of joy over less. Ninety-eight per cent of them recover. Social veneer is the long cry of fraternal orders. FRATERNITY MEN know what is correct and proper even though they do not always demonstrate the fact. FRATERNITY MEN develop ability to get along with others, to fit in ... or else. TUt
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THE Ttlf -AG ltVILLt STUtfN ' college is what students make it. Just the old story about the world and its people. It takes all kinds of people to make a world, and all kinds of students to make a college. The freshman associates himself with a " type " . . . usually. If he re- mains aloof from activities and asso- ciations, if he merely goes to classes, if he has queer hair, a bow in his neck, and a flat chest, he ' s a BOOKWORM. The elbows of his sleeves are usually shiny, but that is true of others too, this year . . . for reasons. Some young people come to college to hang around Aggieville with the gang. AGGIEVILLE STUDENTS are not interested so much in courses as in loafing and throwing the bull and the coco-cola, the laboratory fee for which is anything from a nickel to two bits in the pocket and a " line " . " C ' mon, let ' s go to Aggieville " ; " Where you going? " " Oh, down to Aggieville. " The words ring through halls and along walks more times a day than the stock greeting, " Whaddayusay? " Among the males in school a few wear immaculate clothes well, have poise, meet people enthusiastically, and get away to a flying start with gals. But there are risks. College en- gagements may eventuate in mar- riage. Sheiks may fall sickeningly in love with themselves. And Tea Boys frequently go home with the enthusi- astic permission of the faculty. After every class from the first in the morning until the last in the afternoon, the COKE-DATER waits outside Recreation Center. The ulti- mate aim is to inveigle a boy-friend into a dash to a jelly-joint before the next class or before going home. Ttlt COKE OATtK
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THE -AGUCUUUM T i TUftlOM-e tC TTtf MUSICIAN ENGINEERS, planners, builders! Their faces are set. They ' re going to span some- thing before they die ... or fall in the creek. Look at that T-square! Look at that slide-rule ! Look at that stride ! Loga- rhythmic, isn ' t it? Learning the secrets of the soil, learning to multiply her treasures, learning to carry on in the old, old industry of supply- ing food. That ' s THE AG. Others scoff at his hard, cupped hands and mock his cow and hog-calling voice, but they eat the grub he digs up . . . the old national pantry. Household management, foods, frosted cakes, white aprons. The HOME EC learns something about taking care of a family, a thing more women ought to know especially before they have one. Students of today, both men and women, could learn more about what makes life tick. Home Economics could include a course in ' ' learning how to live together profitably and enjoyably " , and the course might appropriately be open to men as well as women. Then there ' s the ever-popular MUSI- CIAN, always on the call. If he isn ' t play- ing for a crazy public, he is mobbed by his fellows. That is the real Musician. There are others, alas! If we followed our impulses . . . oh, well.
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