ment as drawn up by Mr. Emil Hansen, gardener at the U.A.C., the work will be carried on to a much greater extent next year. The plan calls for the following improvements: the moving of the athletic field, the laying off of walks, the leveling and replanting of campus to lawns, and the planting of shrubs and evergreens. The work of improvement was done by the students and faculty on special work days called for the purpose. ACTIVITIES. Organizations. There is a student-body organization at the school for the purpose of student government. In its operation of elections, law making and enforcement of its laws, the Student Body is a splendid asset in promoting democratic atmosphere and spirit among the students, and in maintaining the adopted policies of the school. Various clubs and societies which aid materially the Student Body spirit are also organized on broadly democratic principles. These organizations are especially concerned with debating, dramatics, athletics, various branches of study and social activities. Contests. Mental and physical contests are a marked feature of life at the Murdock. The large well-provided campus and good equipment for indoor sports make physical contests very popular. Class and interscholastic contests in debating and athletics, lend zest to life at school for all and afford wholesome and instructive training for those who participate. Socials, Musicals, Dramatics. The socials of the school are of the highest standard. The Murdock Academy aims to provide enough social life for its students with no charge except the Student Body fee paid with the tuition. Social dancing and social etiquette instruction is given, that young people may learn how to appear properly in the social hall.
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