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The class which will graduate in T9 has completed its first year at Central State Teachers College. The Freshmen have impressed the school with their scholastic records and also with their active participation in all types of extra curricular activities. The youngest class has shown that it has more spirit and enthusiasm than previous Frosh classes, but its members have also exhibited their endeavor to be good students
Two hundred and fifty-five students registered in the Freshman class last fall. Two-thirds of this group enrolled in the high school division The second largest group intends to graduate from the two-vear state graded rural division. The Primary group in which eighteen girls enrolled is the only other to claim many freshmen. Five freshmen are training for some special work four are taking a four year state graded course: three intend to teach junior high school; two are in the intermediate department
Although the activities of the class have been more or less individual it is our hope that the whole class can return to Central St3te Teachers College next year. Another year should see these students cooperating so that as a class they may enjoy more academic and social functions.
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convince you that it might have been the class cut-up '■Tim'’ Winch? Mickey McGuire and Bill Dagncau think it was the sophomore's victory in the intramural basketball tournament.
The question still remains, who made the Sophomores?
Then came morning and the dawn and with dawn an inspiration. Could we possibly be on the wrong tangent in trying to find an answer to the question? Perhaps the answer to the question lies in some of the personalities the writer docs not know or is not familiar with. To pick out a single event or single personality and say that this was the cause of this great class of '38 is absurd, for without the cooperation of the class as a whole these individual efforts would have resulted in nothing. The fact that the enrollment exceeded over two hundred and fifty makes the task of singling out any individual impossible. and bears out the evidence that the class was made by many persons. Therefore, this writer feels it unnecessary to make any apologies when he says that the Sophomores made themselves.
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At the first meeting of the freshman class. Miss Carlstcn appointed Betty Schwahn to act as chairman, and the class officers for this year were elected by popular vote. Although, the election was rather heated with accusations of stuffed ballot boxes, the group was glad to turn the jurisdiction of the class over to John Steiner, president. Betty Schwahn. vice-president, and George Hyer. secretary treasurer T hese officers have very capably carried out their respective duties. The faculty advisors who aided these officers in their work were Miss Carlstcn and Mr. Schmceckle.
The class had the advantage of beginning its college career under the new advisory system. Phis plan is under the general chairmanship of Mr Warren Jenkins. Under this system the new students are assigned to fifteen faculty members who act as their councilors. The division designation is made dem-ocraticallv by alternating the names as they are registered, which illustrates one purpose of the system—to help break up cliques and to enable new students to make friends in their group.
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