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The English Department has for its
objectives, first, the development of
correctness and facility in the four
phases of communication: Writing,
speaking, reading, and listeningg
secondly, the fostering of appreciation
in the student for the best
noblest in the great literary heritage
of the world. Such training will
only make for the enjoyment of living
but will contribute most vitally
ward his, rendering effective service
in the Master's vineyard.
VVe have room for but one language
here, and that is the English language,
for we intend to see that the crucible
turns our people out as Americans,
and not as dwellers in a polyglot
E. B. DYKES
Professor of English
R. B. STOKES, Instructor of English
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MAJORS AND MINURS
G. HUNTER, Professor of Romance Languages
"The man who speaks another language besides his
own has another string to his bow."
With the fullest realization of the potency of this
statement and an awareness of the opportunities
open to potential language students in a modern
world, the department of Romance Languages has
very seriously devoted itself to the task of laying
a thorough foundation in such mechanics of French
and Spanish as will enable students to read, write.
understand, and communicate their thoughts in
these languages. By a study of the Literatures oi'
the countries whose languages are taught, the aim
is to make acquaintance with the most celebrated
literary minds as well as give a knowledge ot' each
country's civilzation and nationality. It is very'
gratifying to note that at the termination ot' the
present school year, six students in this department
will have completed their majors, one in French. tire
in Spanish. Ot' these, four are 1950 degree c.in.i,-
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ppportunities. Pre-medical and pre-nursing
dgo be provided to take care of this increase.
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Professor of Chemistry
It is with a great deal of anticipation that
his fast growing department looks forward
to the new science building soon to bc
rected on the campus.
The importance of this department is
seldom realized by individuals whose
interests are focused on a liberal education.
.or the individuals in scientific pursuit,
this department offers many challenging
students are familiar with the merits as
Nell as the needs of this department.
The enrollment and the supplies of the
lepartment have been on the increase and
it is evident that new quarters will have
The Anatomy and Biological Science classes
iave long outgrown their present structure.
Notwithstanding the inconveniences, the
glasses are functioning well and making
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T. CANTRELL W K- -H
Instructor of Biology SlU"l'fm I
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