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The Departments of Art
Industrial Arts Home Economics
Al.nalogous colors, perspective, harmony, bal-ance . . . Have you any ideas? Courses are given in painting, drawing, lettering, clay modeling, and handcrafts to allow expression of ideas in a tangible form.
Tools of all shapes, sizes, and uses, have unbelievable possibilities when used by the fingers of skilled workmen. In the Industrial Arts department students learn to handle shop equipment as well as make furniture, novelties, and household furnishings.
From the "Home Ec” room in the basement of the Training School come odors of delicious foods that are in the process of preparation. The whirring sewing machines in another room inform all that the wise thing to do is “make it yourself”.
A. V. Larson C. R. Lindstrom
B.Sc., A.if., Supcrvis- B.S., M.S., Assistant or of Industrial Arts Supervisor of Industrial Arts
Ida Mas Brackney Edna Wears B.S., M.S., Assistant B.S.. M.S.. Assistant Professor of Home Professor of Home Economics Economies
Norma L. Diddf.l A.B., A.M.. Associate
.. i Amt
Emilie B.Kirk A.B.. A.if.. Assistant
Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Home Economics
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Walter I). Albert Frank E. Ware A.B., U.Sc.. PM.D., B.S..M.S., I'h.I).. Pro-
Associate Prole nor of lessor of Physical Set-Physical Sciences ences. Head of Depart-
The Departments of Physical Science Biological Science Mathematics
G. Robert Coatney John M. Winter H. A.. M.A.. PM. I)., ft.Sc.. A.M.. Ph.D..
Professor of Biology Professor of Biology. (J n
Head of Department
Thh conservation of matter, the use of energy, and the expansion of gray matter is part of the information gained in physical science classes. The chemists thrive on the odors that emerge from the “Chem lab”, and the physicists hear no sweeter music than the queer sounds that escape from the physics lab.
In the early courses of the biology department one makes the acquaintance of such ordinary beings as the earthworm, grasshopper, frog, and crayfish; however, advanced courses are given in zoology, botany, physiology, parisitology, and genetics.
ut down six and carry two”, “X is equal to 745”, The square of the hypotenuse is ... ” All this is simple after a student has completed the courses in trigonometry, college geometry, and calculus.
Arthur L. Hill C. A. Huck
A.B., Professor of A.B.. A.M.. Associate
Mathematics Professor of Mathe-
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Ruth Aiilbkrc Stuart T. Ballkr
R.N.. If. A., School A. If.. A.SI.. Assistant
Nurse Director of Physical
Education for Men
I’iivi.i.is Davidson Glen Gilkesox
A..Director of A.B.. M.A.. Director
Physical Training for of Physical Education
Women for Men
Kooert T. Benford A.H.. Instructor in Piano and Organ
A. B.. Director of Band and Orchestra, and Instructor in Violin
G. Holt Steck
B. SIus., Instructor in
The Departments of Physical Education Music
Forward march! That is what the Physical Edu-cation Department has been doing during the year. Students enter classes of sports, tumbling, swimming, and dancing in an awkward manner and leave comparatively adept in the activities.
One and two and three and four and one and two and . . . Music practice! After all this preliminary work chorus concerts, orchestra and band programs, and recitals by individual students and groups are presented to the student body.
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