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Page 14 text:
Newest Dormitory for Meri,
it has 61 rooms and will house 126 men.
Modern in every respect, even to its divi-
sion into three self-contained units, it cost
55250,000 and was completed in Septem-
ber, 1947. Its name honors Tom Brown,
Frog fan and benefactor for many years
and trustee from 1941 until his death in
Second Dormitory for Meri, its
name honors not only Brothers Addison and
Randolph Clark, the founders of T. C. U.,
but also the many other members of their
families associated with T. C. U. It has 74
rooms and houses 140 men.
Oldest Dormitory for Men, iz, Jarvis
and the Ad Building were the campus in
1911. Named for Mrs. M. A. Goode, who
gave more than any other person for its con-
struction, the building has 42 rooms and
houses 86 men.
Page 13 text:
Marking M76 E721f7'd7Z66 to the T C U Campus is this memorial to the Universirys war dead of World Wars I and II Com
pleted in 1949, this entrance replaced the Memorial Arch which stood in the same location from 1973 to 1948
one sees the Ad
Building and Jarvis
Hall. Behind Jarvis
are the newer dorms
for women, and at the
front north end of the
campus is the new
Fine Arts Building.
one sees the Ad
Building and Clark
Hall. There follow
Goode, the Gym und
Brite in that order.
Page 15 text:
N ewest Dormitory for Women,
it is a twin to Foster and was complet-
ed in November, 1947. It is named for
Dr. E. M. Waits, T. C. U. president,
1916-41, and president-emeritus until
his death in December, 1949.
Oldert Dormitory for Women,
its name carries over from a building
on the original Thorp Spring campus
honoring J. Jarvis, board chairman,
1890-95. It has 52 rooms and houses
Fir!! of the New dormitories on
the campus, it was "designed to be the
best in Texas" and to set the pattern
for those to follow. Completed in May,
1942, at a cost of 3500,000, it is named
for R. Houston Foster, 15 years a trus-
tee and chairman of the board at his
death in june, 1941. It has 104 rooms
and houses 208 women.
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