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Wednesday, March 20, 1935.
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She then explained how she at
tained such speed and accuracy. For
three years she has practiced from
four to five hours a day—not the
hunt and i>eck system, either. Work,
ambition, and ingenuity took her
where she wanted to go. Hint to
you wise business and otherwise
Miss Paulina is the agent for the
Underwood Typing Company. She
is now on a demonstration tour
through Washington, New York,
and Boston to give inspiration to
other striving Business Students.
May I add that Miss Barrow has
noted remarked improvement in her
typing classes. She hopes that the
inspiration will last full force until
the deserved certificates are issued.
Who knows but that one of us
will be taking Miss Paulina’s place
next year, or well, in two or three
“ . . . morbitity, a kind of intel
—G. K. Chesterton.
AT TEA FRIDAY
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ise Haywood were hostesses. Music
was furnished by Mary Frances
Hayworth, Virginia Fraley, Dorothy
Blair, and Eose Siewers. The guests
wore served an attractive plate in
the dining room. The refreshments
also were of the St. Patrick idea.
Mrs. T. Holt Haywood and Mrs.
Kondthaler poured tea at either end
of the table where there was a love
ly centerpiece of mixed flowers
whicli were presented by Mrs. Hay
wood to the Sophomore Cla.MS. Tho.se
.serving w^ere Beverly Little, Caro
line Diehl, Virginia Gough, Libby
Torrence, and IMartha Nolen.
Those receiving at the tea were
charmingly dressed in dinner dress
es, while the visitors displayed many
beautiful Spring Suits.
An English professor, after mak
ing a lot of experiments, reports
that noise, no matter how intense,
rarely disturbs the person who
‘ ‘I feel futile like a dog without
his fleas like a boat without its seas
like a forest and no trees I feel fu
tile I feel futile like a nudist wear
ing clothes like a legless man with
hose like and arrow without bows I
feel futile 1 feel futile like a pigpen
with no hogs like old London minus
fogs like a fireplace and no logs I
feel futile I feel futile though I nev
er smoke or drink and I have both
pen and ink I cannot w’rite so help
me think I feel futile.
“Campus Comments” certainly
enfolds a mass of wonder lusts, no
tice I don’t say wander lusts. Some
of the girls at Mary Baldwin are ac
tually wondering why some of the
girls are modeling heads of their fav
orite boy friends. Why Lohengrin
will get exorcise this summer with
whom it may concern, and I expect
if they don’t know all the answers
they’ll still be wondering— sez me.
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“I’M AIMING TOWARD the statistical end of the in
surance business,” says Whiting, ’35. "And is it a job!
Higher mathematics and their practical application,
slide rules, logarithms... all jumble up when I’m tired.
Another thing: I have a job at night — sometimes don’t
get a chance to study until I’m through. But a Camel
helps to keep me going—and I can concentrate again
and feel wide awake. Camels are never harsh to my
throat. They are mild and gentle, yet have a marvel
ous flavor —a flavor that never tires my taste. I am a
steady smoker, but Camels never disturb my nerves.”
(Signed) F. DELAND WHITING. '35
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They taste so mild and
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I’m a steady smoker, but
Camels never jangle my
nerves, and I never tire of
Camel's taste.” (Signed)
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