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Dialette. volume (None) 1937-1968, September 11, 1952, Image 2

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—LETTERS TO TRE EDITCE- Dear Editor: The air has been filled with "Wel come I" and "Glad to see you," We have spoken these words and we have tried to make them felt. We hope that in these days of getting acquainted with fellow students, teachers, and durroundings, that each new student may find a place for herself. Each girl here has elected to ccme to college. She has not come just to study nor just to play. College is the development and strengthening of mental, spiritual, and physical resources* It is a challenge to put forth everj'- effort, in all phases of college life. Perhaps the most character form ing of ideals which exists in Montreat is the honor system. It is the respon sibility of every student to sec that this edcal is a working force on the campus, bringing about honestly in aH phases of our relationships, truthful ness, and consideration for others. We sincerely hope that every stu dent may have the happiest and the most fruitful year that she has ever had. Patricia Williams, President Student Government Association Dear Editor: Just in case we have forgotten someone, the Student Christian Ass oci- ation would like to say "hello" again to every new girl. Also, we want to say that it is back too. good to see the old girls In the midst of the busy schedule each girl will feel the need to draw apart and feed her spiritual body. Through the prayer groups, prayer meet ings, morning watch, vespers, and Chiirch services, she m.ay do this. One can easily sec that wo have a wonderful group of talented girls, and we’ll be calling on them throughout the year to help in our various services and programs. Martha‘-Getsinger,,.Presictent' Student Christian Association (con't on Dear Editor: I wish you could got word to the girls at Kontreat College that I be lieve this mil be one of the best years we have ever had. Have you met the new students, Freshmen and uoper classmen who are transfers? They are so attractive, all of them, and I want them to under stand how happy wo arc to have them mth us. Can you think of any way of lotting them know? As for the Montreaters who have returned from last ;»'ear, I am sure they are wonderful girls because I imow them well. With the student bodj'- that Mon treat has, how can we expect anything but a splendid year? Verj'- cordially, Elisabeth Wilson Dean of Students Dear Editor: Since your paper has such a wide circulation among the students, I would like to use this space to send a mes sage to all the new Montreaters from the Athletic Board. There arc going to be opportuni ties each day throughout the year for you to engage in some sort of recrea tion, Within a few days tlierc vri.ll bo soccer, hiking, horseshoes, shuffle- board, tind tennis all going in full swing. Later there will be basketbaxl, volleyball, softball, badminton, skat ing, and decktennis for you to enjoy. If you don't know how to play these games, then com.c on and learn I Many of us who now play so enthusias- ticall^jr were only learners when we came, and we'll be haopy to help you learn because vjo know what fun is in store for you. Get started right avray and let's have some fun I i page 3) Helen Duke, President Athletic Association

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