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Page 21 text:
Dr. J. M. Y inter, Head of the Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, prefers Scotch stories, but shuns comic strips, while Associate Professor T. O. Odlaug confesses he can't rein e m b e r jokes, but blows out a rib at the doings of Laurel and Hardy.
Miss Grace Tear, Professor of Education, chats with Associate Professor J. W. Tyler, gardner extraordinary, a moment before his Rural Education class, about her newest hobby, collecting glass marbles.
Even-tempered R. D. Sellhorn, Assistant in the Department of Industrial Arts, and A. V. Larson, Head of the Department, mentally somersaulted for two hours trying to track down their pet peeves for this copy.
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Miss Florence Martin, Assistant Professor of English, enjoys the work of Katharine Cornell; Dr. A. L. Bradford, Head of the Department, who believes the National Theatre is that one made up of the collective efforts of amateur groups, has greatest affection for the post-Ibsen drama; while Professor R. D. Moore, Instructor in Speech Education, prefers the acting of Charles Laughton.
Miss Marjorie West, Assistant Professor of Commerce, who holds the Y. W. C. A. sponsorship, hears the wish of Miss Nona M. Palmer. Professor of Commerce—to have an entire class of "A" students.
Gathered around for a jam session are Professor G. Holt Steck. of the voice department, who writes philosophy; Professor R. T. Benford, Instructor in Piano, composer and arranger; and Professor V. H. Jindra, of the instrumental department, baseball addict, and Chicago Cub fan.
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Associate Professors of Physical Education, and profound ribbers three, Arthur Jones, Phyllis Davidson, and Alfred Wheeler, mull over the arts of muscle building.
Harold Fisher, Assistant Librarian, becomes a photography hound in his leisure hours, while Miss Grace Petersen, Librarian, takes a postmans holiday, by sticking close to books, so does creative writing in her spare momonts.
“If you were king what would you exterminate?” brought the answer, "War," from Miss Edna Weare, and "Box elder bugs,” from Miss Ida Mae Brackney. Professors of Home Economics.
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