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    • GEORGIA PARCELLS General Chairman ELLEN WHITE Assistant Chairman Ex-Officio eMembers LESLIE PUGH FAE DECKER HE theme of decoration carried out in this year's Promenade at the B. A. C. was a Dutch Windmill scene using college colors, blue and white,...
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    • The Nineteen Hundred and Forty-five Edition, Published by the Associated Stu-dnts of the Branch Agricultural College at Cedar City, Utah MARIAN BENNION, Editor VEDA KENNEY, Business Manager
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    • Products of Home Furnish-ing class displayed in the library. Practical courses in Foods, Clothing, and Home Furnishings gave the girls an opportunity to make many useful articles. The drapes, chair covers, rugs, and others pictured are a sample of...
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    • The Girls Dormitory was the home of at least thirty-five girls for the entire school year and more than forty-five at the beginning of the fall quarter. Miss Aileen Erickson made a very motherly matron and kept the girls all well most of the time...
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    • DOINGS The Ag students tin der tke direction of Dr T Donald Bell, is grow ing rapidly witK all tke fellows c o m i n g back. Among tkeir many ac-tivities they participated in tke judging at tke stock skow Harmless?? \Vhat s so interesting,...
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    • reported as follows: first, it would be out of the question for the company to attempt to gct through this route; second, with some assistance from the Legislature which was about to convene and the united effort , of all in c a n ~ pthe company...
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    • experiences almost unbelievable with snowstorms, boxed canyons, thick cedar and pine forests, and food shortage. Their experience almost made the journey of the good Chtholic Escalante, look like a picnic party." " Just before reaching the camp of...
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    • 10 (2002) suggest that students must view reading as a pleasurable activity because “children who dislike something may avoid it or give only partial attention to learning it, although they have the self-confidence to learn lessons and attempt...
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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 19 Instruments Each student in the selected classes was given four instruments to complete. These instruments were combined into one document to facilitate the taking of the survey. The instrument...
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    • 32 Step 6. Participants were taken into the weight room and trained on the weight machines. As the semester progressed all students were trained to use all machines and free weights in the weight room. This technique made it possible for students...
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    • 39 recorded on the personal evaluation sheet (see Appendix B). At the end of the semester students were asked to evaluate the course and make any suggestions to improve it for future students. Step 11. Students were gathered and accomplishments...
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    • 94 Circuits in the Gym Objective: Students will be able to evaluate any changes they may need on these circuit exercises and communicate with the instructor what they are before class begins to do them. Differentiation: Students will be able to...
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    • Chapter 4 Results This chapter presents the pretest and posttest data for School A and School B. Only School B students, who participated in the STEP Express program, recorded their daily minutes of exercise. That data, as well as the student...

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