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PICTURED: The Academic Dean's Conference,
meeting in session with President M. E. Sadler.
Left to right: Deans Raymond A. Smith, T. S.
McCorkle, Ellis M. Sowell, Jerome A. Moore,
C. K. Holsapple, D. R. Lindley, Lucy Harris,
and A. T. DeGroot.
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PICTURED: Opening Convocation, September
19, 1949, for Fall Semester. This event was the
first official University function held in the
new Ed Landreth Auditorium. Faculty, students
and friends are pictured, with President Sadler
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PICTURED: The forty nominees for the annual
favorite election. All pictured were presented
at the annual presentation ball, December 2, at
the Casino. From the forty, students selected
the twenty-four pictured in the favorite section.
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PICTURED: The February meeting of the Board
of Trustees. Left to right, back row: Clyde
Tomlinson, Granville Walker, Ferd Moore,
D. G. McFadin, C. A. Wheeler, W. W. Phares,
and Lewis Ackers. Center row: M. M. Woods,
Dean Moore, Elmer Henson, Sidney Latham,
Ralph Shank, Ed Landreth, President Sadler,
and Pete Wright. Front row: L. D. Anderson,
Steve Cooke, George Kuykendall, Mrs. Sadie
Becham, Robert Carr, Dan D. Rogers, and
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PICTURED: Halftime presentation of the annual
TCU-SMU football game, November 25. The
Horned Frog Band is in formation of a grave-
stone marking the passing of Peruna, Mustang
mascot. Addy made presentation of lilies at the
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PICTURED: Typical club signs that catch the eye
and blur the vision of passersby in the hallways
at the north or south doors of the Administra-
tion Building. joiners receive notices of their
meetings, from the artists' hard-labored an-