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    • Clyde Cleave, Theone Johnson, Muriel Mathews, Mildred Stephen-son, Mrs. Whetten, Renee Wood, Evelyn Arns. /I. W. B. All of the girls in the student body participated in the A. W. S. (Associated Women Students). The organization was headed by Renee,...
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    • KENNETH LYMAN, is easy to get along with. MENZIES MACFARLANE, Bac-ian editor, sticks up for the Phi Sigs. SHERRIL MELLOR, "Shig" abides at the boys dorm. YORKE NELSON, mana-ger of the boys intramurals. ORDELL OLDS, milks cows at five o'clock in the...
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    • year began, the Freshman class was discovered to be the largest class ever enrolled in the Branch Agricultural College. With the exceptionally large number of students, much was expected and much was rendered by them. Their contest assembly...
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    • LYNN JENKINS, one of the two boys in Miss Han-sen's business department. He seems to like the atmosphere. MARY EWING, you wouldn't ever know that her boy friend went with the guard. JAY JACKSON, a Dorm fellow who seems to be in the thick of...
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    • AFTON MERRYWEATHER, she's as nice as her hair is pretty. Seems to like Phys. Ed. WALLACE ARMSTRONG, another business student. He likes the Girls' Dorm, or is it the girls who live there? DOROTHY BRADSHAW, a very neat dresser; is always up to...
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    • DAN HEAPS, he's a swell guy for a sheepherder; and sheepherders are nice people. MO WANA ANDERSON, the "blondie" of the Dorm. You will probably see her anywhere. LINEL MINER, decided he had better start to plan for the future, so he went to the...
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    • RAY BUNKER, seems to. like the Seniors, but prefers the "girl from home." LUCY HEATON, majors in Business, a Beta and has big brown eyes. KEITH CHRISTENSEN, always seems to have the right answer to Mr. Finlinson's questions. How does he do it? GALE...
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    • L. NORTON LATIMER, rather "Short"? But seems to make the best of it. Youvcan even see him on the back row of the cr^rusAlTAHNA LUKE, one of the sweetest kids in the Dorm. A very lovable person, not only for girls, but for boys as well. BRYANT...
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    • NORMA SMITH, took Accounting, but didn't express her opinion of the class. GEORGE WHITTAKER, he likes girls, but won't admit it. Aren't all men that way? MARY JANE STEPHENSON, a Dorm girl that does a lot of entertaining, and it's al-ways the same...
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    • This was a different year at school. We were upset and disturbed with the thought that maybe we were not doing our part by staying in school and not doing something more closely connected with the war effort. We hesitated to have too many good...
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    • • '•' . . • • . • fun. The Hallowe'en party with the spook alley and lots of lively ghosts was loads of And on Sundays we attended church at the Institute regularly. (Supposedly) There were Christmas parties galore; the pajama party at...
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    • Memories of the little things made this school year fun, like . . . Mr. Ashcroft's wit and Mr. Cooley's helpfulness from their familiar place on the stairs. The footprints of the Dorm's "peeping Tom" and Marie's efforts to catch him. Fifty-three
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    • Life in the Boys' Dormitory was excellent training for a matrimonial future. To visitors it may have seemed that equipment was scarce and as unusual as the methods of housekeeping, but wtih a little practice, the boys were able to teach the Girls'...
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    • On Saturday night, scheduled as the last night of the meet, it was still anybody's tournament, with a possibility of a four-team tie which would necessitate the continuance of the battle to Monday. This possi-bility, as the games progressed,...
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    • Study time, Got that date, Getting ready for bed, Housekeeping and After Dinner Music. Blairing radio, beautiful pictures on the walls, the sink full of dirty dishes, the refrigerator empty, books scattered all ov.er the tables, clothes hanging...
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    • PEP CLUB Pep Girls were organized in February, 1930, with Elliot Eat-ough as their President and Arr Nita Urie as Secretary. The aim of the Pep Girls has been to instill into the school "pep," "spirit," and "life," and to support all Student Body...
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    • The Girls' Dormitory /T"^HE Dormitory started off with a bang. We had several dis-putes over which sheets went into which room. We were even guilty of yelling "Say you," at the teach-ers. Finally we settled down for a little while. Then, during the...

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