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FSC ARCHIVES T urkeyday Classic, Nov. 25 F.S.T.C. vs. Md. THEVOIGE ''Digest Of Student Opinion'' Welcome To Homecoming Ye Old Grads VOLUME IV FAYETTEVILLE, N. C., NOVEMBER 5, 1948 NUMBER 3 Candidates ForlVSiss Homecoming - Beauty, brains and popularity combine in these five charming State co-eds who are candidales for “Miss Homecoming of 1948.” Left to right they are: Carolyn Burwell, senior of Oxford; Margarett La Huff man, senior of Fayetteville; Virginia Wimbush (standing), senior of Clarkesville, Virginia; Dorothy McCleod, junior of Laurinburg and Julia P. Judah, junior of Rahway, New Jersey. GALA HOMECOMING Homecoming festivities this year promises to be the biggest ever. No stone is being left unturned in the effort to present a home coming spectacle that will be re membered for years to come. The celebration gets under way Fri day evening, November 5 when the local drama guild, directed by Miss Lois P. Turner, opens its current season with the presentation of “The Emperor Jones” in the Col lege auditorium at 8 o’clock p. m., followed by a rousing bonfire on the athletic field. Beginning at 10:00 o’clock Sat urday morning, Bronco followers will stage a mammoth parade which will feature the local E.E. Smith high school band, the Har nett County Training School band, and the band from the Jordan-Sel- lors high school in Burlington, N. C. Here will be your col legiate color, floats of many and sundry kinds, and fancy-stepping majorettes ;it will be a morning chugged full of enthusiasm pre paratory to the “real thing” that comes off at 2:00 o’clock p. m., when the Gains-Scott Broncos, led (Continued On Page 2) Y. W. C.A. Maps Year’s Activities The Young Women’s Christian Association under the Leadership of Miss Mollie Boone, a senior from Woodland, North Carolina, got off to a good start this year by taking an active part in the Freshmen Week activities. Misses Artelya Whitley, Mollie Boone, Josephine Mann, Alena Stokes, Thelma Garris, June McCowan, Dox’othy Crawley and Lula Wil liams w'ere members of the college committee with Dr. W. S. Maize as its chairman. At an informal get-together in the Smith auditor ium, the “Y” girls told the new comers of the history of the College and of the routine procedures necessary for getting settled at State. This was followed by a campus tour and an informal so cial. On Sunday the “Y” girls ac companied the freshmen to church. Currently, the Association is tidying up the “Y” room so as to make it more comfortable and more attractive. Members of the “Y” cabinet showed their appreciation for the good sportsmanship our football (Continued On Page 8) Students Extend Welcome To Freshmen Greetings and felicitations to you who have come to join our college family. For a while, at least, the vacation period is over for you. When you entered the college gate, you automatically divorced yourself from all sem blances of an adolescent and ac cepted the challenge and the ac companying responsibility of a college student. You must prepare yourself to meet the challenge you have accepted by girding yourself for the inevitable hurdles you will have to face in college. Don’t console yourself with the idea that you can “play around” your first years and settle down later. The time is now! Self dis cipline, devotion to duty, scholastic achievement and whole-hearted co-operation exercised on your part will play a great part in your success as a college student. There will be times when cer tain aspects of your college life may cause you to become dis heartened. You may even violently disagree with the views and at titudes of those about you. We are happy to relate, however, that our college does not attempt to bring about uniformity of opinion. If stresses intellectual freedom; it encourages adherence to different (Continued On Page 8) Mrs. Seabrook At Science Meet Mrs. Mae H. Seabrook, first lady of the campus, was in at tendance at the meeting of the American Association for the Ad vance of Science held in Washing ton, D. C., September 13-17, 1948. Mrs. Seabrook is an instructor in the Department of Biological Sciences. Fayetteville Girl, Homecoming Queen As we go to press the an nouncement comes that a local young woman, the attractive Miss Margrarett La Huffman, a member of the Senior class, has been elected “Homecoming Queen.” Her attendants are Miss Earnestine LaGrande, of Roanoke, Virginia; Miss Dorothy McLeod of Laurin-r burg, and Miss Inez Fields of Oxford. Faculty Additions, Changes, Improvement Additions to the College staff this year are Miss Wilhelmina Bar nett, M. A., Howard University, History; Miss L. Minnetta Hunter, M. A., University of Pittsburgh, English; Miss Laura Beatrice Malcin, M. A., Virginia State Col lege, Home Economics; Mrs. Willie Gannaway, House Directress; Mrs. Lila Haywood, R. N., St. Agnes Hospital, College nurse; Mrs. Beatrice Davis, B. S. A. & T. Col lege, Stenographer-Clerk; Miss Lucy Ann Wadell, B. S., Bennett College, Dietitian and Mr. A. J. Pindle, B. S., Hampton Institute, Business Manager. To the Newbold Training School staff have been added Miss Annie Mae Kenion, M. S., Atlanta Uni versity, M. A., Nrrth Carolina Col lege whose place was recently 1^k- en by Mrs. Irene B. Rose, M. A., Columbia University; Mr. Hugh M. Jenkins, M. A., Boston Univer sity, and Mr. Orlando Hudson, M. A. Atlanta University. Returning to his post as Chair man of the Department of Edu- (Continued On Page 4) Speaker . * i Dean Joseph H. Douglass will speak on November 20 before the North Carolina College Conference which convenes in Greensboro, North Carolina.

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