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Historical Sketch of Departments
geography from the social sciences is comparatively recent.
Instruction in English and professional work was incidental with the beginning of the school. English work was done in the first courses in rhetoric and grammar, though most English work was looked upon os a prerequisite.
The greatest diversity of origin may be assigned the departments of music and physical education because of their spontaneous qualities. Certain it is that singing groups were organized nearly os soon os the school. At first athletics, os music, were extracurricular, though gymnastics were in the first years mode curricular. After the turn of the century. athletics began to become "respectable” as a part of the curriculum.
Though work in art was done
A. V. LARSON B. S.. A. M. Supervisor of Manual Arts.
J. O. LAWRENCE B. A.. M. S.. Ph. 0. Assistant Professor of Physics and Chemistry.
C. R. LINOSTROM 8. S.. M. S. Assistant Supervisor of Manual Arts.
ERNEST LORBEER B. S.
Assistant Director of Phy. sicel Education for Men.
MONA L. LYON A. B. Acting Registrar.
ELIZABETH McCOLLUM B. E.. A. M. Director of Kindergarten.
GENEVlE H. MARSH Dormitory Assistant.
ISABEL MASON A. 6.. A. M. Supervisor of Fifth and Sixth Grade Teaching.
L. B. MATHEWS
A. B.. A. M. Principal High School.
P. A. MAXWELL B. $.. A. M.. Ph. 0.
Professor of Education.
Head of Department.
W. T. MILLER B. S.. A. M.. Ph. D. Associate Professor of History and other Social Sciences.
D. J. NABORS A. B.. M. Ph. Assistant Professor of English and Instructor in Speech Education.
PATRICK H. NORWOOD
A. B.. A. M. Supervisor of Junior High School Teaching.
NONA M. PALMER A. B.
Professor of Commerce.
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Page 24 text:
To the Graduates of 1934:
You are graduating at a time which will be known os one of the epochs of history. Old landmarks ore going. Civilization is moving into new paths, where many of the old signposts are not directing us to security os they did in the post. Your college training should have prepared you to pioneer in the new field and assist in bringing order to a somewhat chaotic world. You have difficult problems to solve. May you find success and
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