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    • education should fit us into life, will-ing workers in its sometimes hard processes, patient in our search for its truths, avoiding vanity and the other hypocricies which, if they fasten themselves upon us, leave us hardly worth burying. Down...
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    • MENZIES CLARK President CECIL BAKER Secretary TAFT WATTS WALLACE OSBORNE YERTIS WOOD .MURRAY KESLER WESLEY PRYOR HENRY HALL ARLINGTON SPILSBURY Chi Theta Iota >~pHE Chi Theta Iota Fraternity was chartered in 1927 by King Hendricks, Louis Palmer,...
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    • met with the Council and submitted a report as to traffic and parking on Main Street, the main points were a s follows: 1. The yellow lines on Main Street should be extended from the curb to the back of the cars. 2 . The automobile dealers should...
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    • PHI SIGMA XI CHARLES ESPLIN President CLIVE JOLLEY Vice-President FRflNCIS BETENSEN Secretary-Treasurer HOMER STEPHENSON LYNN LUNT BILL FOTHERINGHAM ROSCOE HAMBLIN KEITH KELLY NELSON BULLOCH CLYDE DIXON BOB MACFARLANE FORREST HUNTER BILL...
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    • Friendliness^tKe word suggests a warm, brotherly feeling for tKose you contact; whether it is those you meet in going from class to class, or fraternity and sorority brethern to whom you have pledged faithfulness, or merely those that participate...
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    • Class groups at B. A. C. have inherent within them that vital aliveness that changes a class from a mathematical and academic grouping of students into a body that pulsates with friendly cooperation, activity and growth. The time-hallowed teaching...
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    • Gwen Cooley, Secretary Alice Anderson, President The seniors have been the youngest class on the campus for three years, but they have proved to be a decided asset. This peppy group have done much to instill life into the B.A.C. student body. They...
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    • a u Leah Bills, President The Xi Lambda Tau sorority began its career in 1927 after hav-ing a happy beginning in 1919 as the Vi Vendas. It stands for scholarship and friendliness, with the white rose as its symbol. This year with Leah Bills, Edna...
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    • W. A. A. A. W. S. Believing mat 'All work and no play makes Jill a dull girl," the Women's Athletic Associ-ation, in cooperation with Mrs. \Vhetten, creates interest in athletics by sponsoring intramural activities for all girls. Individual as well...
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    • A G. U B The Ag. Club started a successful year of activities by sponsoring the annual Harvest Ball during Fall Quarter. The features of this ball were the crowning of Una Barren as queen, and the Cake Auction conducted by Prof. John V....
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    • Secretary LaFaun Williams Advisor Marietta White Reporter Nancy Heaton President Evaleen Hulet Vice-President Emma Abbot (absent) HOME ECONOMICS CLUB A service club organized to give all girls interested in Home Economics an op-portunity to advance...
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    • Beth Prestwich, President, Mrs WKetten, Advisor, Evelyn Kunz, Vice-Pres , Lois Urie Secretary A. W S. The largest organ ization on trie camp-us composed of all trie girls atJB nn L!1IA.A. The Women s Athletic Associ ation creates interest in...
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    • THE C O L L E G E H O U R The Radio Club, under the qualified direction of Bob Morea, took charge of our many fine radio programs over K.S.U B. now a part of C.B S. This was valua ble experience for all who participated and much new talent was...

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