Homecoming at Eastern Illinois State Teachers College got more than its shgre
S of publicity when Jahala Foote designed this hat showing highlights of the
events Represented are the homecoming queen, her attendants, the drum
majorettes, a bier'for Normal University and folk lore singer Burl Ives with
his "blue-tail" fly.
Holder of four degrees from Harvard and Chicago and youngest man of
Colgate University's 106-man faculty, Dr. A. Peter Ruderman, 22, isshown
here teaching an economics class. Of his 118 students about half are older
than Dr. Ruderman.
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Gingham and patches, bonnets and wigs, straw hats
and mascara wrinkle; played a convincing part in
the rural costume party al Texas State College for
Women at Denlon. With 66 ears in two minutes
Dorothy Goebels and Louise Crane defeated 2,600
other girls in the ninth annual Huskin Bee.
That old school spirit comes to life as the
cheering squad oa Alabama Stale College
for Women gets the gang together around
an open fire for "College Night
Freshmen at Rhode Island State
College must spend one day
a year entertaining upperclass
members Costumes vary from
fashions to fads as each frosh
tries to surpass her classmates.
Above a lovely coed struts her
stuff in a sleek raven velvet.
At right the mood is more fun
than fashion and ranges from
bags to black lace But no
matter how exciting the event,
there is always time for re-
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Attractive 18-year-old Nancy Spencer, Penn-
sylvania State College sophomore, got off to
a flying start with several solo flight hours to
her credit and is scheduled to receive her
license soon. Not to be outdone by his daugh-
ter, Herbert L. Spencer, president of Bucknell
University, started taking lessons in his Piper
Cub. He now makes his business trips by air
When a caravan of 150 students from
New York arrived by train at Florida
Southern College, Lakeland, President Ludd
M. Spivey was on hand in best Southern
fashion to meet the group. He is shown
greeting Beverly Raynor of Manhasseat,
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BELOW Three nursing students at Skid-
more College take the pulse of
Marvin Brown,'a member of the
women's school's first football
team. The squad is composed
of 22 of Skidmoae's 44-freshmnn
S *par veterans. Acme
Ed and Mariorie Kelley happily read
ol an $800 gil presented by Ir;ends
%hen the young couples Iroiler home
on Marietla (Ohio) College campus
burned Condy, their dog, and sole
surviving possession., hos' appreciao-
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