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Ai 'Ji^jig. last [G^cm- M to. have-

icii^iice biiiidilig, Ijif. Jaihes

iStoliies, ti&ad of the biology

.^axt&erit, aunauncea today. This b'tiiiding will adequately house: tiie biblogy/ physics de- partmeats. Floor space has al- ready been allotted to therfl. The

• elxact itlcatiori has ndt beEiii deter-

that if

de-

miSM, hut it is. definite

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12 smtaits COMPLETE

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS Degrees will be graatfti to 12

seniors ait th e ead of this qwar- ter. Half of them will be ia the

• will ntft be oii front campus, Dr. Home

EconojBaies, four

in Ble-

G^otqiiBt Stali» Co2l(»<ro lor V9mm^

l^ied^raviUe. Georgia.

•Dpcwxfbes'^i))^^

"White Ghristmas/^ Candlelif^^ Serv[ce,Projecb Precede Hblidays

Stokea said. The eutrance to this

building

witi have six colximns,, and wili 1*? Qi Grecian architecture;

T^iiie plans i^rovide for a special YpotA oh IJi^ ground floor with

a seating cajjadty of 2.12, spec-

ially eqiiiiiiJed for fiaovies, lan- tern slides, and. opaque projec- tioiis. AH offices will be equip- ped with private research labora- c(i.U,C':Ps, The long corridors will be lighted by sunken fluorescent . lights.

The physics department will have a si^ecial room for setting up demonstrations, and also a laboratory for household physics. The biology department v/ill

boast a large museum in th© niain entrance, and an extensive green- house on.;Eirst floor. In ad.':;

to these, there is t© tae a.specin

anjmai

room on tlie roof.

The matlxmatics department

has a suite of J-'ooms on the ground floor. There, are to be three floors, serviced by an elevator—

a freight, elevator! The plans for the cheinistry department include special iab- oratories. for genei-al, physical, quantitative, qualitative, and or- ganic chemistry. Worlc on elec-

, ''••ronic wil l b e offered wit h em -

on radar, i Also provided

phasis

for is a large stockroom, can- trally located, making material, easily accessible to, the cheniistry

' "The need, for, a science build-

ing is and lias. been great. The present .fapilities,, are shamefully inadequate,"Dr. Stokes said i" conclusion.

meutary' E^nicatioa, and «ae e&ch in. Secretarial Traihiog aad Math- ematics—Science. Those stuitJeri'ts' completing- the '

work are:. , Home Economics:

Merle Hodges, Catherine McClaia, Mary Beverly Newtoii, Mrs. Madeline Scott, Carolyn Smith, Mary Nell Witherington. Elementary Bdiucation: Jane

Bagley, Rebecca Faust, Mrs. Ly- dia Sheppard! Grimsley, Mrs. Bu.la Mae Morgan McGraw. Secretarial Training: Ann Harris Mathematics, Science Divisioai:

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Pinkatoft,

Phoenix t ^

five

Seniors For Members

Five memlsers of tlie senior class have beeii aimouneed as having been, elected to the Phoe-

nix Society at the fall elections. '•-

They ^are: , Betty Liee .Anderson, Betty Beyd, Gl&itys liemfi, Caltierine DuPree arid • Mary' „ Flannery

O'Connor.

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Also

in

Phoenix

ai'e Ariiivii?^

Pledges and Josephine Hunt, two seniors who were elected to the group last spring.

St. John Pfidfcts MS Victory, lime hm

ropeaei

mmmlm

By Martha Cccrpenter cmd Jay McCoy

"Emope will

b e sv/ept by revolutions within the next year,"

assarted Robert St. John, inierhatlonally famous commentcrtor and war correspondent, whose batting average in predictions is almost 100 per cent.

This is one of the prophecies made for the coming year by Mr. St. John -during his recent visit to the campus. The others are:

The war m Enu-oiie wU be over by the middle of the summer. The war in the Paclfio will < {probably still be going- by a year from this Christmas. Eussia- will join in the Ja-

John made 10 predic-

Mr. St

tions tor 1944 ai'd rine of tliem have already been proved correct. The ninth, conceniiiig the assassi- natio.n of an important . political figure in Em'ope, may yet be re- alized. Mr. St. John has not yield- ed this point for he says, '-It has not yet been proved that Hitler is alive and' I am liopeful." . The well-known correspondent arrived on the campus the after- noon of November 27 for a lec- ture that night. Mr.-St. John is the author of Pi'©n: the Land of (Continued on Page Three)

panese war at

extent of .grantiuff bases. In 1943 America's chief in- terest Avill be in reconversion and demobilization.

to the

least

The Spirit of Christmas Speaks

I coa the spirit of Christmas. My abode is within the hearts, of people who believe, in :me. For these people, who are my people, I am a symbol' of .a b.etter world—a world re- alizing the idfeals of today.

Today some of my people are fighting forces • which wish to abolis-h my kind of life. ,'My

people

hcrve protected me during the: past 20' cen

"tuxios-.

will protect me as other, generations

• h

You ask what I mean to ttt<»e. my p^ple , that they would cherish me so? IwilltisU you v/hat l am.

I am tlie sound in yoiir iicMut -When a c6fi~

•greqation sings O Comtf M Yoi TfttthliiL I am

the wonderment in at child's h«cat. ivheai.he 8Q©3 a Christmas tree beautifully decoititedi

I am ioy that aceompcrhies giving iq^ ^^%*3®,

whcS love yo u fdr you r fba gift

love^c h a^ ^

Claiis. ' I am the love, which brings, families

together

at Christmastime.

, I am in the air when stars'twinkle oh crisp winter nights; .when snow creeps dovm to earth; when .voices ^ring through the;^ night singing Jmgl© Bells and Silent Night'"I am in the flam'es .^-ot lick up around a Yule log. Voices carry, me when they shout greetings

of ''Merry Ghristmaa.'' T dm' the .satisfaction that comes, .with making someone else's

.Christads a little brighte,r,,

,

On'OuistiiDMn Day L fill--the room with ,the

.vapors of a.plum pudding,, like .the. fragrance . of pine, like jthat department store smell of

new things.

\

,

lamnovf';traveling (hroughoyt tihe world with my,, pepple, some of them have only me

with their ih^.morie6 or a itaore peaceful life;

other

however they, lore passing me

on

to

|^^*>% f ' which I aiiya^

jSveJo ^

I am « Kom« wUh pf^^pAioA

and

warmth.

I am the fa4th

o! a. chi|d in,

spij^tual

I am ih» 3pMjt of Cbr|itm««.

My abode is

Santa

.within 1lhi9 tioarta of poop k Who believe in me.

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Classes Choose Task Of Provic^g Help For Less F^tunate Atneific^ns

The GhrisliTias.S9-2sort will b© observed on the GSOW'•cant-' pus-this ^veek when the annual White Ghristmas and Y'Cctndl®^ '

light serViGQs are'held.

,:-.,.^

White Chfistrpais is spiohsored"

annually.by the senior clasis, aiia. brie chapel period is reserved for this purpose. Tuesday, Deceinber

12, i s th e da y

se t asid e thi s year,

A*, this time, .rrtemtterg., of .the. Sei^iipr Class will malce their con- tributions to the,, needy and; un-

derprivileged.

.Helen , Walla^se

will be the speaker for this pro-

.

gram,

Under the sponsorsliip of the YWCA, the vai'ious'. musical

groups on campus and

.'•

Modern

Dance club v/ilt presehit the an- nual Christmas Candlelight Ser- vice December JO , in Russell vAuditorimn 'She program. v/ill.,open ,at, ,8:00 p.mVvwith the brass quartet,, di,? rected'Nbfi Lloyd OiutLand, playiriig, on the froi^t steps of ;th& jaudi-to-, rium. Their'i^-^nlbers Will, include Qhrislanas :Cliorl£'^. JaiidL^Ga^ls^ , .MisS')^eiiicin,s,". will open- the numbers. 'in,side .the auditorium with an. o,rgan- prelwde at - -8."30 p.m.' Three well-lcnown! Clirist- mas Carols, Joy to the WorWl, I t Came Upon, a aHdniglit Olear, and Harit, i^e Herald Angels Sine, follow as the Proce3i^ion.aL During the '' remainder "of Part

I of the progi'am the A Cappella

Choir, .under. ,: tile .•.direction' of Max Noah will sing.

rn''-,-additi.on to-.these'.two. :^ro- prcgrams, e£\ch class hag planned

a class project. , The freshman and sdphompre classes 'will • eoihbine'., this year,. and talce as • tlwir . :}oint'' project the task of supplying Ciiristmas toys and px'esents to the younger boys of,the Bpy«.Training School. The junior class has collected a large number of toys arid con- structive materials which WilJ be, donated to tl\e children; at a Ja- panescrAtneriean relocation, cen-

tev.j

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THE WOBLD THIS WEEK

Colonnade Scoops St. John's Prediction

•The Colonnade can now be

'uMited with its first national

scoop;-

According to tiie bearded gentleman'himself, the GSCV7 Colonnade has, with this is:ue, scooped one of the big-titne, national magazines.,., Yessir, Look magazine, had best look to its laurels. The Jes- sies are invading the field'."N.^ The scoop is in printing htis' day, December 5, 1944, the 1945 predictions of Robert St. John, which won't hit the magazines stands untiL sometime iji Jan- uary when Look pubiislies them.

Not bad! Not bad at all! >

nOlrlstopt iiivllalions To OPK

Ten girls, from the ju^^ior and' senior classes, have accepted- in- vitations to become members • of Kappa, honorary, Home Economics 'fraternity .oh campus.

Miss. Sak Bess .,Hunt,-N^itionai Counselor of Phi"UpsHon . Omi-; cron, a national honorary frater- nity, visited the campus Friday ^nd Saturday to inspect the local honorary. • for possible . member- ship in Phi U. ^

iMembers of OPK entertained Miss^ Hunt'.with a'dinner •'in,.tlie, tearobm Friday night. She had conferences ;vvith Dr.iiGuy W^hs and Miss Lutie Neese •coneemitag the foronatian of''a-'chapter ,ot Phi U here.

Basis fo« members.hip "^ ^ ^ local group is .depeiu^eht upon kidividuai abilities and. achieve- ments. Gif Is, fulfiilihg; ill© require- mcntg at this time lire:

i

Louise Bobo, JaqqUeline

Bur-

ton, Martha Clark, Helen Crpt- well, Frances Crooras Hines, Mabel Hodges, Reba Nell Jordan JohnsoAi June Carol Jones, HawA Langford, and Virginia pT^ti.

OPSt wa3 origioatjB^^iast sprins. Thirteen seniors, nowion campus

were

among the charter ,

'•'

mem-

bers.'

Greece ip oo tlie verge of 0i«il war foUowifli*. a gM^i outf>rea|b:

in, the. city of Atheria, where n^tfr- ,tid?iatvj;has\ noiw'-h'e^^ •deolaredi;;

Third Ax'mof h»v« cfioaeeil ^^ ' Saar river in tlift Mtle .-to^l Saartautcm. WcmltetB of ttte',

British^ Second

fiehHnt?'<]fiii the. Mnas Rivfir^ of ftollaiMl. Rtisaion' ttoops bicKC't'd Auapa In IhW offcikiivc' ^i^vmi% ^tfiW0i southwestern'^uii^ary'i j,' The Americtt;i>>'IMrst Atm3f%,l|i»S;. takea'four towns o» tlJe C9l(?||ke; W,ttln at:r<w» thctotite" itivfer. '"

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Harrell Named Prexy FdUCatiOII 111 EurOpCail Of Institutional Club

New

officers

of

the

Institu-

tional

Management

Club

have

beeai announced as follows: Jane

Harrell, president;; Rachel 'Dickey, vice president; .Sara Rudolph,

and

secretary"

Emma

paper.

an-'d

trasurer;

of

the

Burch^

editor

'

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clui.

"Fields Open- for- Dietetics' M' ' jors" is the theme for the year,' The club project is, preparing a one-dish meal for the nursery school children once a week. The I-i:stilutional Management paper will be' edited "quarterly.' Though the club has just begun to func- tion, a weiner roast has already, been held.

.Mrs.

visor

to

Ann Smith

club.

the

is faculty

T H E

COILONN^AD E

Survive s Wa r Will i Sluden t HM m

HORSBRUGH

ON

TQ

Ai>PEAB

APPRECIATIpNHQUE.

' Miss' Beatrice 'Hor&brugh,

vio-

Ihjist, will be'preseiited in recital on the Wednesday'evening Ap- preciation Hour, December 6, at

8:30.

by Miss Gertrude Urban Allen. Orchestral accorA^animeht will be provided by Mrs. Christine Rounlree Anderson.

Her program includes .numbers'

from Bach, Moaart, • Schumann,

Albeniz.

priceless and irreplaceable.

In

^tet;

Holland,

the .University

in

1574,

founded

when

54

professor^

instructors

to

Uie

resigned

of

in

co-leagiies.

Between

80

per

cent

of

the

.

ill Joe Writes Not-So-6t-Letters To Jessi e Whil e He Works For Civvies

By HELEN MATTHEWS

a -with that;'certain

It

is

Noticeable

hold

some one not on campus, but thiQugh

fact

thct

on

week-ends

we

across

It

the

Pacific

or Atlantic. ^

that

is . tfc-bugh • letters

we

keep up wiw some of the things

they are- .doliig-. tWnkin.g', saying an<i j-.-pJanining;. lor—y/hen they

come

marching

home.

"'E^'eryoue taaows that Doajplas

•MacArtiiur's secret weapon is the

Navy

and

the

Navy's

secret

wea-

pon

is

the

Marines,"

are

the

sentiment; »{• one Marine'pilo t in 'the'South Pacific.' He also rem-

kinda

•hcmesiclc-v^*heni you 'mentioned

inisces

thus-ly:

"I

lelt

goir.g to bie thre e giirls

ing?

regular

here."

"Yvu've

certainly

got

,the

coming'

of

fall,

because

I

really

do

love

that

part

of

the

year.

I

certainly

•miss the

beau-

tiful

woods

and

trees

that

we

havp

around

homiC.

I

miss

not

being able to go to football games una] not being able to look for- waa'-d to bssketball."

tliere .

From

Ital5',

\^Tiitten

tlie

(itoy

Ibefore

election,

"My

absentee

Fallot

canie

a

few

weeks

ago.

Georgia

is

the

only

state

where

18 year

olds

can

"vote, every

sol-

dier aj'iyv>'here

v/iH

tak e

off

his

hat

to

her

.for

that

law.

Did

j'ou

vote?

We're six hours

ahead

of

you,

so

it

will

be

tomorrow

moraing

before

even' the

scatter-

•ed

result s

star t

coming

in .

'f^Ve

.haA>e

a

radio

set

up

a.'nd

:•}]] of

us

are

catching

.upon

the

news

and

music."

Aw^her

boy

fronoL

the

Soittb

'Pacific writes: .,.^'rhoiigh there -ase-4i«^-*^5v ' good, beaches lor A-win>ming/ ni-assur e yooj life in' the South' 'Sea Islands isn't

MERR Y CHRISTMAS To the GIRLS AT GSCW!

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' CHANDLErS /

THE IWIOM

In. Belgium, . the . Universit y ' oi! Brussells' has been closed' .since

1941 because ' of 'th e ^resistanc e .o£

students and prtfessbrs to tinfree education. The Library of the Ujiivfersity of Louvain iias-been, destroyed with most of its 900,-

.She will be accompanied|,000 volumes, some.ol which were

hands

letters

anything like it is ii'v the movies." Al'?o iTom the same boy, "AH the boys are going to church to- morrow.' We've heard'there are

Of

course, that's not Avhy we're go-

No kidding, we all go pretty

of

Leyclen,

closed

three

di'smissal

Jev.'ish

and

students have •incipient or active tuberculosis, due to undernour-

i;hment and lack of medical care. Fifty per cent of the Dutch st'u- 'dnls have been engaged illegally in the underground resistaitce movement. Universities in the Soviet Union have suffered $4,-

was

and

pro-

their

70

Dutch

ad-jpp.,pig];ii, and

to tal<€ a

long-time

view

of

things

over

here.

Some

of

the

boys

have

had

30

or

32

months

service

here—three

Christmases

away

from

home.

You

hear

them

talk

ab<'ut this island, and

that. they

have

hit,

tlie

antics

of

the

Japa-

nei-e sol-daers, etc.

All

kinds

of

opinions

the

and

ideas

is

like,"

long-future

seems

wa-^',

are

the

aired, ,b;Ut

onifsan e

a

came/ from

paratrooper

in

New

|2fuinea.

 

An

Army

Air Corps

Lieutenaiit

ViTites

from

somewhere

m

Eu-

rope,

"My

pjDsltion

on

the

com-

bat

team

i.ts'^in the nose

of

a

Fly-

ing

Fortiress.

 

It

is

a good

place

fron.

which

to

view

the

conflict

?.nd

perhaps

help

 

to

hasten

the

pence.

I

also remember

that

He

who

watches

the'" flight

of

the

tiny

sparrow

shall

 

surely

not

overlook

a

B-17.'"

 

And

so

we

hear

from

them,

and' they

also hear

fi-om

us.

Just

listen

to

this

from

a

sailor:

"If

the

censor

knew

all

the

lovely

tho'ughts

I

read

between

the

lines

Of

your

letter,

he'd

have

cut out

all

the

spaces."

And

he

clo.'^es

with

"if

you

want

to

do

your

part

to

Iteep

my

ceiling

high,

keep

those letters

flying

to

a

ins

his feet

fellow, down

a

pretty

on the

here who

hard'

time

ground."

liav-

keeping

is

Of

course,

wc

want

them

all

"back home for lceeps''~ and

soon,

but xintil then we''ve got a chain of letters across each ocean keep- ing them close to us.

LET US REPAIR YOUR SHOE S

Qttick Seirice

Reasonable

Prices!

Globe Shoe Hospital

coid

Next to Co-ed

Theotxe

Faculty MjMflbers Express Of Orgaiatlon Of (iSCW Leape

A-ft'er the League of Women Voiers v/as formed on this campus recently, a CoionrWide reported intei'viev/ed several

oi the

members

j O'0O,OOO,o6o

in

damages.

of the f-3culty

in conned:en

with their opinion

It

is

reported

that

80

percent

Of the Danish

students

are

work-

ing

in

the

underground.

 

Stu-

dt;nt.« all

over

Europe,

in

armies',

in

prisoner

of

war

camps,

refu-

gee

and

internee

camps,

in

the

undeground,

in .forced

labor,

and

in.

the

universities

seein

to

b e

eager

for

the

resumption

of

edu-

cation, seriously ready for ' the

reformation of^ education, and'for

the establishment with their fellow world

bonds

the

of

close

students

in

The

World

Student

Service

Fund,

with

its

1944-4-5

goal

of

$500^000

in

the

United

States

serves

and Asia in their extreme prW'^ ent nGQd, and is now launched' on"

tliese

.student

in

Europe

the rehabilitation and reconstruc-

liberated

tion

program

in

the

ai'eas, starting in France. The worlc is conducted for students of all stricken lands according to the need and regardless of I'ace, nationality, religion or politics.

FOR FANCY GIFT WRAPPING

YOU CAN DEPEND ON

HOSE' S

SHUPTRINE#5\

organization of the group.

Dean

Taylor:

Their repUes are given

below:

"All women should vote. They should also be prepared to par-

ticipate intelligently in public an^^ community affairs. Constant dil- igence is necessary for anyone who wishes merely to keep up, and much more so for those who Wish to look ahead and help make policies. "Participation in the activities of the League of Women Voters is one important means of keep- ing informed. '' Every woman should grasp every opportunity of this Icind."' Miss aitirgaret Meatlci's:

need

help

of

those

who

have

studied

and

thought

through

the

isiue.s

and

who

may

have

an

even clearer perspective

of

prob-

lems

"It seems to me that the League

of 'Women "Voters Is an organiza- tion' by means of which the young

prepare

themselves to decide ajitelligentiy

than

of

the boys

GSCW

then.

can

"'omen

re-

turned soiaiers are going to face." Miss Tthel A. Adams says:

on

problems

that

they

and

''The

recent

orga'nizaticn

of

a

chapter

of

the

League

of

Women

Voters

on. the

campus

of

Geor-

gia State

College for

Women

was

.o.oth timely and gratifying, think.

I

''Particularly the eighteen-year

old;, • so recently

chise in our state, will need and should benefit by the training thus afforded." Miss Helen Oreene:

"In the national picture, the League of Women Voters is one of the most respected non-parti- -'an groups. 'Charles Beard says they have probably done 'more to purify city politics than any other one group." Dr. Jolm Moi-ffan:

"I think they have carried "out one of the most i'.ntelligent edu- cational programs that we have ever had in tlie state."

fran-

given

the

't-i'-!*»'i.

"I think it is the most practi- cal and certainly the most worth- '.vhile organization tliat I know anything about. I Like especially its scientific approach 'to impor- tant matters: that is they inves- tigate every iss'ue thoroughly be- fore they attempt to take a stand on it. I have utmost respect for

very

vital faith in wliat it can and will accomplish."

the League's record

Dr. Georse

and

a

Bdswanerer:

''Alter the war two most im- portant political groups will be fir>t, returning soldiers tbem.- selves and second could bs wives, 'ii.?.'.ers and sweethearts of these same men. Soldiers will know '.vhiit they v.'ant'to-make a bet- ter world, but they ai"e going to

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Everything was on the credit sidt; of the ledger Vv'hen the Com- merce Club met Noveinber 28. for the theme Vv^as Thanksgiving. Following a brief business meeting a program of games, e£ch of them built around the chosen theme,' was led by the president, Betty Lee Anderson, and refresh- ments were served.

WISHES

TO EACH

AND

EVERY ONE

OF YOU A

Merry Christmas

-T-aii d a- ^

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Happy New Year

For the Best and Most Efficient Semce Call On

ODO RLESS

CLEANERs'

CHRISTMAS

PRESEI^rrS AND CARDS

ARE

GIVING

OUT FASTI CAU. P/VRLY .WHILE THE, SUPPLY LASTS

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COL(ON|r,A;P,!; ,

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Now Wear Tlwse Grey Uniforms After Anticipation

Sinatra didn't come,' but—the snappy'ne w Cadet ^Nui'se imifo^msdid,'and that was enough to make any of the girls at Miller Hall swoon.

Col Staff Hemliers

; . Eleven.''.students have been ap-

Quaiiter

'-'i'. •••"

Betty

Boyd, presi'dcnt

of CGA,

had this''eo'fn'rrient to I'ri.a'ke:

\

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.

, •

.

,

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\ "I feel that this action on^tlie part of the'freshman class . ,is a ocurageous and strong acceptanice Of stuaent governmeKt; We are •

"I would like to v.rge that each.

• espee-

-her

proud of" them .

'

studentv individually

iaEy careful

be

in 'deteranninijig

f rosh Vgiiinteer ToReduceTrips

"Members of the' freshman

pointed,, to

Colonnade

ticns as,announced this week by

the

business staffs. Five , pf ' these

the .editorial • and

staff

while

pqsi-

the

class

heads, of

have voted to restrict the nu^mber

of week-efids to v^^hich they

next

be \ entitled

will

The

uniforms,

Wednesday,

which

arrived

are-

a-• lovely

last

COLLEGES MUST WAKE UP FOR POSTWAR EDUCATION

-' Americah'''"universities

cannot

endure as.-"ivor>"

towers.".affording

a retreat for scholars,

Sliarp SurdeU, directdr of Cooper

Ddwin

Union,

New

York

City,,

told'

a

torujn

on

post-wrar

educational

problems

at

Fehn

College,

Cleve-

Cleveland,

Ohio,

recently.

Direct

service

to

the

commun-

ity will be demanded

in the

post-

war

era,

said

Dr.

Bm-"dell,

after

rejecting

the

a

proposal

of

disciplines

to

the

return

to

Middle

working

•on.the

•remainder v<are

•Their names.vwill be, included in .the staff box for thcfiri t time,

assistants.-

will be

.staff

quarter.

were

shade;

of

grey

with

bright

red

insignia.^vThe

cap

of

the

same

color,

is ' the ' revised'.' edition

of

the

suit

Montgomery

beret,

a

more

feminine

made

taste

to

than

thac of.the

famed

.geiieral.

.

• Naturally,

.the. arrival

of

'

the

uniforms,

citement among,the Cadet'Nurses.

has.

caused

much,

ex-

"And what's more,"

qne of

 

them

exclaimed,

''we're

passing

our

subjects!"

While

we

.were

there,

we

did

a

little

snooping, into

the

private

business

.Various

plans

discusse.d

editorial

as possible

lem, ,and

adopted' and accepted as a satis-

factory

and'Dean Ethei Adams.

"December 1, 1944. Because^ we feel that the trips away from campus during this quarter have been excessive, particularly in tho Freshman Class, and that this may have influenced the 'quality of our work, we wish to .•subniit the following plan for Winter Quarter."

ngree to limit

solutions

the

by

to the prob-

were

Wells

ovin\ weelc-ends, . ''rerneniibering .that college work .she'ald. come

Below is 'fi. ieharV'sh'owirig the average nu'mber of w'eek.rends iov oaph-tpersGn:.'.''!•' ' '' •

X

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9

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Senior

.

.

.

122

Jmiior

.

.

.

110

''^onbcn'nore

 

.

231

Froshm'en

 

.

.

416

TOTAL

 

.

.

877

2-22

ISC

373

774

I54fl

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1.82

\,m

1.61

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HAVE

THAT

GLAMOROUS

IPICTUR E TO SEND OVERSEAS-

i MADE AT EBEBHART'S!

follownig

Dr.

Guy

with'rthis.issue

:

They' are as fol-

lows:

,.,.,.

-

Editorial. asslstajits:

iMargaret, Ann

June

Davi!,, .Betty Jones, Catherine Leathers, .Elizabeth Waters.

Barnes,.

Staff

Business.Assistants: Jamie Bag-

typist:

Martha Giles.

well, . Alice Bagley, Peggy Ball, Clara Mae Hall, Audrey Alobley.

staff

nov/

.

30

With

these'

additions

the

numbers

approximately

on

all staffs

combined.

ST.

JOHN

PREDICTS

1945

from

Page

One)

Silent

Tomorrmv.

vi'-ited the tMiiledgeyille State

Hospital and local points of inter-

est.

supper at the cafeteria Mpnciay

evening and' returned to Atlanta immediately follou'ing the lee-' ture.

was entertained

anci

While

lis

in

Always

. ^^

a

town

with

Mr. St. John

in

speaking

of

plan

Ages.

lives

of

our

sister

Jessie.

!

It

is

significant,

loe contended,

'

Like

most

Jessie,

most

of

the

that

collC'jes

which

in

tlie

past

Miller

girls

have

boy-friends.

have

relied

upon

"prestige,"

and

"Wo

like

the

GMC .boys,"

said

in • which

enrollment

has

been

a

one

"th.^t

is certain

ones. I

have

"class privilege" are now lookinr

base of

for

ronage.—ACP.

a

wider

student

pat-

brother

NEW-WAY

SHOE

REPAERING. DYEING AND

WE SPECIALIZE IN

DRY

CLEANING

H. A. SNYDER. Mgr.

"We

voluntarilv

to

two

ourselves

home-go!-

week-ends during the Winter Quarter. This is to -be a tem - porary, trial arrangcnient for one quarter. At the end of this time the results will be discussed', and vf desirable, the same plan will be voted on again for the Sprint

Christmas Cards at Miller's Stores. Inc.

over there." She abided; VICTORYJN (•Continued

People

He

is

named

that her teddy bear "Little Porter " for

one Jinimie?—"only he's not brother.'"

'of

the

my

Several

of

the girls are

wear-

in;^- engagement rings

Edvvards, Doris Johnson

.Margie

and E>ot

Edwardc; for

example.

 

Only, one

of the

girls

is

from

ancttber • state. • She

is

Becky-

Riddle

from,

southern

North

Carolina.

Tne

3.6 students, range

in

age

from

1.6-26, but

the majority

of

them are

17

or

18 years old.

Lilce

some Jessie

beds

have

their

They have their own set

they

in

.double-.il€cker

McCart

is

each morning

rooms.

of dOT'r/5itory officers. Cynthia

Mildred

Lines if vice-president; Ruth Per- ry, secretary; Ida Lucyle Lewis, treasurer.

Like -as, they have devotipnals

and

president;

evening.

the revolutions that he

believes

will

follO'W the

war

in

Europe

explained

that

the

people

are

fI.,V;hting against fascism, internr.1 as well as foreign, and therefore, liberation from German or Ital- ian-fascism 'does not necessarily mean liberation from ail fascisi'n. When aslced what 'deinocracy's attitude 'should be . toward the Balkans, he emphatically stated that the Balkans sliould be allow-

Bal-

lca.ns for the people of,the Bal-

democracy

should -no longe r stan d in th e way of E federation of Balkan states,

ed to adopt

kans;

and

a policy

Western

of the

he

continued.

;

He

agreed

with Mr. Churchill

in his, recent statement that the •

war

a ; bii* wintci' offensive," he added,; "the w.'jr might end sooner." .The magnetic .journalist , last Xiciit of his radio charm by per-

mer.

will

"If

be over

the

by • next

sum-;

Russians

mount

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CAMPUS

THEATfUL'

THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

HbUday Greetings ToSSSwFrom HALL MUSIC CO.

whh Knnielkirees'JohBCcfrailiiie

SATURDAY

\j)t

KmJU ^unm.

iSeeADeiid'llhiit /M :

WAlKf

'%iii

I

sona] \ appearance as vras evidenc-

ed hj

the students.

seemed

return

Mr., St. John

The" attractTor

the resixmse given him by

nautual

for

exp-essed the de<^ire to

n".-'<t year for a .longer cfay.

The

im-Jtat'on.has. been extended

to

hi-?n'.

Wishing You a Merry Chnstmas! TOMMiE' S

SUNDAY ONLY

IT CQVL9

HAPPfiN

OZfty %n

 

ROWL-ASIOUS

WAHTXMCi

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EDWARD EVERETT HORTON ^

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Get Ready for

i

Qhristnias.

i

New Pern^anent Wave

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THE

C 0L6NNAD E

The

For

How To Make $25—or-i-Why Don't Yc>u Study

;.:.-. •^l^;.X'^%v'5tot?xg; '.to' pas^:- all' of your subjects this, quarter?

'

"ConipulSory- Military; itrairiii'iaf

mi;

After the Wair,''" .vims; W sUbiGp of the etirrent AiSkits firroitp Noveain^r 20, tit, jfiin Mbi^n lead tJhe discussion-.; .i ^ thcit move girb should take,#a4^ uat'w worit after finiJshirig .college So that they niight.'better.- .find their, place la the ppstrwai* wp'rtd

The Freshpiiaai Y' Ciui^'iei-Ssted^ as it& officers for the; yeai'-Eliz^-^ beth Waters,, president;, Edith Lewis', vice-presideht; yila. Overr street, sfecretary-treaswrer.

Max Noath'wasrecen.tiy iavited ^y the Florida .Band sixd ydcal Music Assocratiorts to. help, prgan- .ize the Florida Mus.ic Educators Associations and " affiliate tliem with the Music EHucatora Nation- al Cbnferetice. While there he alsot directed. th^ 'all-state chorus of 3dO voices.

NEWMAN CLUB

The Newman club hold's .its reg-

ular meetings' every at 6:30.

Wednesday

Ifianlis Eiprelseil arCoimtftee

"Thanks to you, faculty, stu- dents, ^ housemothers, Peabody

.^ryd'es and l^igh school, and labor force, the GSCW quota of tlie O'niled War Fund went over the

tOT) With a" quota

of $2250, the

^um of $2278.41' was collected; . '"The seniors in Atlvinson Hall reached their quota first; Bell CLime in second, and Bell Annex third.' Though all the - groups r-i.Mched tlieir quota, several went 'v'cr the top. of the latter gi'oups, .Terrell ' A had the greatest arccu.it elver, namely $9.25; Bell Annex . came in; second.' No' defi- nlce. amount was assigried ,to' the Poabody grades 'and high schooii bu: the' High' SctiOQl .Council set a certain amount for each, class.

"In the college mucla credit for the fine sho^ying: of thg dormitor-

iea goes t© the;houseiTi,qthers,and especially to .the War. Fund 'Drive

leaders:

Elsie Washburn in At-

S^9 iwiioiittrfep^e^^

" IS^'• spins'stud-^nt^

some stdajects must be Me d •

•, -h's' O' l(>a9. iMtirdiMil^ on& cuts thrdugh the forest of-recon-

where iive huhgTy, iorgdtten people whose'

lives ar^ worn down to the unbearable qliick. You cart pfer- fdi'rn'no miracle tha't will absorb suffering, nor roll it off your bacjt. You, 'wlio' choose to rebuild this shatfered World, con- sider well the path-you travel!

cbxtiifiitmen* be to ' serve. You \yiii fiiiid yourself saying, "I camei to de recreational leadership antt here.I am On the coolciag crew!" Or, "I came here to intiate indus- trial processes, and here i am doing the laundry!", All your fancy ideas as to what you were to be and do in life must go. If they do'ii't, ybu'won't laat- Mores th^n gehius and. skill, adaptabil- ity arid humility are needed. If you don't want to lose yourself, better peddle your apples else- where. Make certain tliat ?<»« *VeaCiy care. It's easy to talk about the pocr but endurance^ will be tried, when you stand in the midst of squalor an.-:l dirt among people who at times don't seein to care \yhether they are helped or not. K you haven't love to give, don't go. If i t is . a sacrifice t o you, don't go. As long as you. feel you are giving up soTnetliing,^you have nothing to. give. Reconstruction is no misty dream rollihg in on the lapping waves of tlie conference ground shore. Nor is it a job which government alone can do. It isn't idealism falling . glibly from youthful lips, nor a bapPy thought to quiet enthusiastic church- par- lor youth. ReconiHtruction is stark reality. - It is in" prppess ' The world is waiting fo:^'tl^osdl^ who have. v/hat it. takes to, trans- late' into action this noblest' • of ideals. All who participate in

reconstruction

that, there is yet hope in the world.

Why shoulcL' ybii fail?

struction' chatter

(i • • •' ' •^Mi'd-^^rni tfeats: hav e been giveri iri order for th e students' ••'^to' jj^9- approximotelY' where they, stand ihthe class and in .,

• • pi^e r for the students-to-.bscortie acquainted with' the'vari-

;. •.oto ••bs^inyife^

*'grades^ui'isati^actbry on the. mid-terms should realize the'

those' who had

by the teachpirs.

^'•r:'f^'»'f^

,. W'0,i:ind©J^fe^^

&at there, are causes for lov/ grades oiid.

for thait reosdri'each pei'scn should investigate the causes /dtti'd should eliiiainate ihem in so far , as ; possible. The' :'crovr;5=.'d1ii/ingcondilipn3 naturally lower scholarship unless

'eitiremfe'-ctaie-isiafcen to prevent excessive idleness in Iha •

• It :hcis jbeert .said after careful research ^a t when a person

. individual rooms. •

';ihiss0s .a^sihgle class sha loses $25 of future, earning power.

How much riiore do we lose by insufficient

P.S.I

studying?

Rerriember exams axe from December 13-16.

th e world h ful ! oif sorr#t^. Its thig^dyi will toark.deeply you who. face it. Yau will know the pain of feeling yotu? fingers fold over scrawny bones. You will walic into hdnies bei^ft of chairs, tabbies, bfiids. "You WiU watch "little peo-pie'* ijrepare a *'^eai from a scanty supply > of hearis and rice. You will piclc up year- old babies welsiiing less than you did at birth. Your soal wiJi crj' oiat in rebel lion. You wriil becbma impatient because people won't change tilings. You will tire of climb- ing mountains to tattered cabins to help sick children. You. will give instructions.for the care of bab>, or urge a .mother to cbme

back to tine clinic for treatm'ent— all in vain. The sun will grow hot on 'your head and shoulders; your feet will become heavy; you will gripe at your colleagues; you v/ill wipe'the perspiration from your brow and exclaim-, "So this

is reconstruction."

Yes, this is

reconstruction.

It is a tough,

dirtjr job that takes every bit of .'

you.

- Wluit do yon want to do? If only to feed, to build, to clear debris, to conduct recreation, to heal" the sick, to aid tile liome- less, you will grow weary; for these 'are not of the essence: The messa'ge, the kind of life purpose you demonstrate through the ser- vices yoli perform is the far greater thing which will build whatever . new world w e have. Pifofeissions aild sliills are need- ed desperately,' btit let' irbur first

now.

will come to' know

The COLONNADE

Meaner ol Assocls^ed CoUecjiate

Pfess

w Shall We Detemine Our God^

• ^ 'What: In'.the'gool 6f"a"contsst?' Orie offhanded'/mighi! i •corameni-that-the prize involved is the'goal; iHe'v/ihning i of that prize is'the ^victory. On the pth,e:; hand one might';! .r^;flecat' that .the goal consists of th^develbpth'.ent of 'the in-.

•dUiritlUqi Jairid'• tilie: group/';-

;'^ 7^

\^., t|ds d»telopm^nt'iii^ pi^l^qiiBgipal !b ^ ' JjiboPciteiiln

\§tix^ 'ior

the'

ack^^pvsjiti^^

•^08 coijiSbe the;,'v^ctorir;pj^^

rhehtai,'-.and!J be; seeriS>;'tHis^i winnincj /the;'

p%,^a£|?y<^QUi!;a^;|

•clnson; Jackie Lovett

in. , Bell;

•Eulalie.-Webb in Pell Annex.; Glo- ria Swanson'in the. Three Terrell

Hall, where live the

Ruth Read-in Beeson Hall, and •fCugenia Hollingsworth Wilson in:

killer Hail and in the two Home' Maaiagement Houses, • ."'The GSCW. War Fun<i. Coin- mil tee 'included: • • r- ••

freshmen; ^

"Dr. Amanda Joluison,

cliiiir-;

znah; J. H. Dewberry, vice-cliair-' man;!Dr. Guy H- Wells, Dr. Hoy Taylor Enxily Cottingham, Prof. M?x Noah, Miss Miaggie Jenlcins "Dr. Mildred Eniglish, Misa Mary Lee Anderson, Dr., Jessie M^Vejr, Sirs. J. t . King, Pirof. W^ T. Knox, Betty BoH, Elizabeth Knowles, Eugenia Wilson, Mary Jdhnsort, Bet^y dooden, Eulaiia Wel5b and Miss Patsy' Malcom. bth^s assisting' ih coUectihg

"Profi. Eaklns,'. pt. Mawchester, Misa Virg^niii siatterfteld, atid .-Miss MryVJBuirhs. :.

"To each

and all; who

put the driye a,?rbB9, we the coirk- mittciis'' wish to •«fl!c.ph?fl's'''d(tu*'''appr6r cistioh a'hd' .thariJiisi'*'-.'• ' :', )•

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Published eveiy other w^sak dusnng the school Yaar except during holidoYS s^nd examinalioQ periods by jhestus^esit^ of the Geoffgia State College for Women, Mfiliedgeville,

Georgia. I Sijbscriptibh price, $1.00 per year. Entered as second class miiil ma^er. October 30. 1928, in the post

office. Milledgevfle. ba

under the Act of Maxell 3, 1879.

EDITORIAL STAFF

Jeann-e Power

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June Jones-!

^;,,

Crbtwell

Miriam Qiatfield Hdzdl Smith. Heleri Matthews.

Helen

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, .Associate Editor .Managirig\ Editor

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Ne^fVs,

Editor

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literary

Editor,

—Feature Editor.

,.,.,r.-

U.'.'ftrt

Editor

 

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iExchah^e

Editor .

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.

.Typist

Barh<3!S, Chris .Davis,

., Mary Flarmery O'Connor Grace Woirible.

Martha-'^iles Editorial Assistants:

—> . v.'

Margaret, Ajin

June Davis, LaureifeVMea:di*ian, ;'i^^^^

Johnson,'

- Betty J^ii^Jil^ -Jay MeC6yi>Hi2ab4fti3#atei3v

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Leathers,

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Mtonie Bell PpweQ

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;

limiei 'Ekigwell

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