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THE RAVELING3 OF 19 21 One Hundred Thirty-thr Student Body During the past 5 ' ear the Student Body as an official organization, took an active interest in student activities, securing a more unanimous co-opera- lion in student affairs than otherwise might be expected. Pep meetings were held for the football games last fall, each class performing before a game. The yells were led by Stuart Benson and later by David Livingston. Thru the hearty response on the part of the Student Body, a relay team was sent to the Drake Relays at Des Moines. Interest has also been aroused in forensic contests, and other matters which propeidy belong to the students as a whole have been taken up by the Student Body. The officers for the past year were : President Wilbur Douglass Vice President Anna Turnbull Forensic League All members of Philo and Eccritean Societies are members of the For- ensic League. Before it preliminary matters in regard to debate and oration contests are brot up and any difficulties settled. Two members of the For- ensic League accompany the college orator to the annual contest. Edward Hodge was president of the League for the past year.
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THE RAVELINGS OF 19 21 One Hundred Thirty-two Student Council standing — Wright, Meloy, McConncIl, Pattison, Palmer. Seated— White. TurnbuU, Mrs. Hensel, Childs, Thompson. Student government has been in operation in the Dormitor - for the past two years, and while a few adjustments are necessary in connection with the new regime, its success is unciuestioned. It is a success both from the stand- point of the girls and the administration. The House President is elected by the girls and two members of each class are appointed to serve on the council. The Honor System will be con- tinued in the future and will no doubt reach a more efficient stage with the experience of the past two years. Dean Mrs. Hensel President Florence Childs Seniors— Martha Thompson, Edna McConnell, Mabel Wright. Juniors— Mildred White, Jean Palmer. Sophomores — Ruth Turnbull, Betty Ferguson. Freshmen — Marie Meloy, Ruth Pattison.
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THE RAVELINGS OF 19 21 One Hundred Thirty-four The Art Department Miss Nesbit ' s Art Department was organized alsout seven years ago and has grown rapidly till at present it is recognized to be an important depart- ment of the college, and probably in the future it will receive even more re- cognition than it does at present. The quality of the work done is shown bv the premiums won at the Galesburg and Aledo Fairs. The work in this department it t(5 train the eye and hand and to impart knowledge of form and color. Instruction is given in landscape painting and design. Much attention is devoted to color schemes in connection with de- sign and composition. A course is offered in cnn ' entional painting, flat enamel, and gold and sih-er etching. Miss Nesbit has won the confidence of the girls and has succeeded in imparting something of her own inspiration to tho.se who learn from her.
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