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Cigarette inspector, poet, cafe
teria worker, athlete, speaker,
music director, student leader,
future teacher, angel and world
traveler—that’s Susan Walker in
Well poised with brown hair
and matching eyes, Susan is a
junior. During the summer
she spent her time working for
the Reynolds Tobacco Company,
inspecting and weighing cigarettes.
While a cigarette inspector, she
found time to develop into a poet.
During one lull in her job she
wrote the following “Ode to Dr.
There’s a sweet I’il lady
Who trips across morning dew.
She’s the pride of Mars Hill campus
She always says “How do.”
She has a kind disposition
And a Christian love that gleams.
Her favorite pastime’s rockin’
While gradin’ all our themes.
Besides her attempts at poetry
and cigarette inspecting, she is a
common face behind the cafeteria
register each evening. This is her
third year as a cashier at the
college and she says she likes it
because of the people she gets to
In high school Susan was the
“Girl Athlete of the Year,” vale
dictorian and regional winner in
the “I Speak for Democracy Con
test.” She has carried this habit
into Mars Hill where she has won
Love castes exist at MH
Tempers are flaring between
English and botany professors ov
er the vegetable raid which re
sulted in destruction of experi
mental projects and master’s de
gree experiments at the Colorado
State University botany and plant
The Fort Collins, Colorado, Un
iversity’s newspaper, COLLEG
IAN, quoted an employee of the
farm as saying the English teach
ers even raided his pumpkins.
“There was quite a bunch of
them,” he said. “They brought
their wives and kids.”
One English faculty member
explained, “The whole thing was
a misunderstanding. Some of us
heard a rumor that the vegetables
at this farm were to be plowed
under. Now I ask you, what
would you have done? We went
over there and got some fresh
The English spokesman said no
attempt had been made to verify
the rumor. —ACP
THERE IS A period when a
man is undisputed master of his
own house; it’s from the day of
his birth until about his third
by BILL FREEMAN
One of the primary interests
of the typical male and female
is their relationship with mem
bers of the opposite sex. In
studying this phenomenon we
shall limit observations to those
made at our alma mater.
So doing, there are many types
of relationships between couples
which can be easily distinguished.
The first type (and probably the
smartest) have a loose attach
ment. Now don’t get me wrong:
what I mean is that they are con
stantly around boys and girls in
an inconspicuous way. “Incon
spicuous” is the keynote, though
The next group consists of the
reserved couple. They may be
seen together often, but they are
usually only walking and talking
together. Some of these couples
are sinful enough to practice pre
marital intermingling of the pha-
W 0 R D IS BEING passed
around that the executive com
mittee, on hearing the case of
a student charged with overload
ing his electrical circuit, gave the
unfortunate student a light sen
I STUDY HOURS
langes in public, but they are not
the most noticeable of the groups
by any means.
We now come to that boon to
the population: the campus lovers.
They are the most obvious peo
ple on campus. Some of the boys
are weak; they can only support
one arm at a time. They usually
leave the support of the other
arm to their girl friend. Most of
them are kind enough to let the
girl support it with her shoulder;
this not only saves them a lot
of effort, but helps in keeping
them in shape. Besides, with the
extra burden to bear, it is harder
for her to run away.
Other boys are more positive.
These are the campus guides.
They guide their girls around
campus. Maybe “aiming” would
be a more accurate description.
They firmly grasp the neck and
proceed to aim the girl in which
ever direction they are going.
This is usually relative. Here she
is saved much trouble and does
not have to do anything but lift
her feet. She doesn’t even have
to decide where she is going since
she will, hopefully, eventually be
The true test of the campus
lover comes when he gets to the
girl’s dorm. The fun really be
gins, or ends, here. It is expected
that you will smile and say
“Goodnight,” and perhaps even
(blush) give her hand a squeeze.
But brother, this is not always
the case. In fact, it has been
rumored that a few girls have
been immortalized in the side of
their dorm since the wall gave
way before their date would. Oth
er couples go into the parlor or
“rumpus room.” Here they sit
and talk (uh huh). Then there
are the guerillas, who always hide
behind trees. This is the Tarzan
and Jane group.
As the wise philosopher once
queried: “Love is an emotion too
strong to be overcome by any
thing but your hat — gi-ab it and
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the dramatic reading contest for
Nonpareil and also first place in
the commencement dramatic read
Susan wants to
be a missionary
teacher in a
she is preparing
herself as a
member of the
choir and the
Scriblerus English honor club.
Also she has managed to be a
perennial member of the dean’s
list and last semester’s report
card showed five A’s and two B’s.
Another of Susan’s oddities is
that she likes to spend a lot of
money on cards and send them to
people for special occasions. She
was dubbed “Angel” when she
and her suite mates gave Dean
Logan a surprise birthday party.
She is also music director for
the Oteen mission and has trav
When asked if there was any
thing that she did not like, the
answer was negative. She did
admit, however, that she had par
ticular preference for her “Eu-
As an angel, poet, music direc
tor, singer, cashier, teacher, trav
eler and scholar, Susan leads a
busy life. Her latest adventure?
She carried grass to the funeral
home. Oh well, that’s Susan
Walker for you!
(inrp upon a ttmp:
TEN YEARS AGO a campus
survey of Mars Hill preferences
broke most, if not all, the rules
of romantic selection. Neither the
young ladies nor the young gen
tlemen preferred blondes—brown-
ettes for the girls by two votes,
for the boys by an overwhelming
majority. Another oddity .— 49
girls expressed a preference for
shy boys and at least 34 boys
wanted more aggressive women!
The overall Mars Hill ideal? A
boy or girl, tall, with brown hair,
blue eyes and “a sense of humor.”
TWENTY YEARS AGO the
manly art of boxing was initiated
in the boys’ physical education
classes. Under “Pug” Green no
punches were pulled. Also new
that year was the male tumbling
club, in which some 30 lettered
players performed during the
halves of basketball games.
THIRTY YEARS AGO the Ex
pulsion Club (unofficial) held an
organizational meeting in Pope’s
Pharmacy during chapel period.
Honorary membership was com
posed of one “A1 Capone of the
Dormitories” unanimously elected
by his five honorable, experienced
club brothers as the person best
fitted to fill the post.
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