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Page 17 text:
LARK Hall is agreeably informal. The living room is a
, long, low room, furnished in dull red and green, where
may be a Bach fiigue, a formal Come service, a wood
Hreg or chords and a low voice wailing "Old Man River." A
dash to Mrs. Snider's room to Phone Ralph occursg a crowd
assembles for house meetingg and tete-a-tetes are held in the
Dinner by candlelight strikes a different tone. Bobbe Lee an-
nounces a house meeting, Felix tells the minutes of the council
luncheon, class meetings are announced.
The upstairs browsing room has greater infiormality, with a
bright new Hre-Place, rows of books, the homelike disorder of
Sunday morning newspapers.
Freedom, and a never-waning vitality, the essence of Clark
Hall is: ,, .
Srmtches of song from a patio,
Laughter echoes, voices low,
. All that is young and alive will go
Into our melody."
Page 16 text:
OLL Hall, the initial building of Scripps campus, has
amply lived up to its traditions this past year by sending
a goodly representation to each campus event. The Toll
fashion show at the first of the year marked our freshmen as
worthy of fiiture consideration. The I-Iallowe'en party, the
Christmas tea, the pageant, the Christmas party, which inci-
dentally was favored by a visit ftom Pere Noel, and the Faculty
tea, all found Toll as a center of gaiety. The Toll girls have
also contributed plentihllly to the cause of the unemployed
with money made ftom the sale of sandwiches peddled from
hall to hall.
Due to the absence of quiet hours, the Toll residents eat, sleep,
and occasionally study to the beats of a kettle-drum, descending
from the third story, where Scripps dancers kick their toes in
a boisterous manner. From entertaining the French Consul to
providing a home for a caroling Hog, Toll has adapted itself
well to any occasion, under the leadership of Anne Sharp, as
hall chairman the first semester, and of Emilie Paull the second.
Page 18 text:
LLEN Browning I'Iall has occupied for three years the
enviable position of' social and decorative climax to the
campus. It embodies to a superlative degree the true
"Scripps spirit" of culture and charm, combined with a home-
like atmosphere. Its living room, garbed in the mint green of
Louis XIV, is the scene of many formal teas and meetings. Its
dining room and front porch provide space for campus dances.
Its many small patios, appearing in unexpected places, success-
fully combine the mystery of the Alhambra with the informal-
ity of postern gates. Its Maiiana court and Wisluing Well ex-
press the sunlight and blue of the Ivfediterranean.
Nor is Ellen Browning all atmosphere. The occupants, led by
Ianet Farrington, hall chairman, and Thea Butler, representa-
tive, are often to be found enjoying costume parties, and
"feeds" Passers-by hearing the radios and squeals, combined
with busy typewriters and noise of dancing feet may well smile
and say, "There are our young barbarians all at play."
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