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ENDLESS WAITING! Fortunately, most SC students are forced to go through this but once during their college career. But to the freshmen, regis- tration lines marlc the beginning of four fun-filled years at SC. PRESENTS is without a doubt one oi the most impressive events at Troy. .All of the sorority pledges are dressed in beautiful white gowns and carry bouquets. Names seem to be one of the big- gest problems since receiving lines are endless. As the hour grows late tired feet prevail. SORORITY RUSHING is a high spot in the life of many a coed, From the first to the last days it is full of suspense and excitement for both rushee and sorority member. Fraternity men get in on the activities through heckling and other schemes for meeting the prospective sorority members. ^^ik ' -^^ ^ ' > ^^:; 11
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■i MISS SEPTEMBER, Yvonne Flint spends her spare time water siciing, swimming, and horseback ri(hng. A senior majoring in Art, \ vonne is a member ot Kappa Alpha Theta. September Brings 17,681 Trojans Back to Campus The I ' nivcrsity Scptcinlicr Song this fall was " Weep for Me, " as tearful days of smog alerts followed close on the heels of more than seventeen thousand campus followers. Grief was added to grief as an ccjual number of pockets and purses were emptied to satisfv the tuition hike, the higher cost of learning brought about in part bv the past year ' s reces- sion. 1 he credit side makes it a September long to remember. Eleven weary men carried their coach to the locker room as our underdogs were victorious in a first game trouncing of powerful Oregon State. Troy Days brought a thousand-plus freshmen into the fold, acquainting them with school tra- ditions ranging in scope from the battle-scarred but beautiful face of Fraternity Row, to the I nivcrsity ' s highest ideals in the first sobering and powerful glimpse of Tommv Trojan. With registration, rushing, presents and classes, September was here! TI;M1 ' ERATL ' RES ot over nw toreed Tro- jans to .seek relief. \ ' a < iing in the fountain in front of Dohen\ may not be the most satisfactory way of cooling oft, but these SC men seem to be enjoying themselves. BELOW, Herman .Nathan, Troy ' s Ice Cream Vendor for many years, is adding in his small wa\- to the relief of many a hot, weary ^riiilrnt. TROY DAYS, major orientation program of SC service organizations, got the school year off to a well planned start. Spurs, Chimes, . ' \mazons. Squires and Knights co-operated to guide students around Iroy.
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T ' ^ ' I ' IC.AL FRKSHMAN, Susie Tialoi, lin.K that iiinviii < : up to college presents its problems. But after a tew ila\s. she finds a plaee tor her helongiiiL ' s aiiil settles down to college life. ON ITS \VA^ ' OLT is the old fashioned -Hell Week. " What used to be a needless hazing of pledges is now becoming a more realistic, constructive " Help Week " on the Row. WHKN CLASSKS BEGAN, the weather still refused to cool down. .Many professors took their stmlents out on the lawns arcjund the classroom buildmgs for a " cool " -ession. Settlmg Donn for A New Semester , > uoN TO BK MOVING INTO THEIR NEW HOME are the Sigma Chi ' s. Main a happy memory lingers, although " the great white hunting lodge " is a thing of the past.
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