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Registration Rusli Confuses Collegians, But Tliey Swm% 



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inlj lo sec a speeding figure 



THE 



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460 Enrolled in Classes; Thurber, Crook, Schoen Head Classes; 

Number Tops '54 - '55 Figures Elections Held First Week of School 

Fiosli Choose Officers Oetolier 17 



ic class elections liiild on Septcr 
lyea^fer-tfrnrmeHrtrrhf ^iwtlon-oHrs-olfirervTioc t 
pl.inc among .he freshmen .ha. ,he, did no. know the 
II enooBi, ,0 .o.e in.ellisen.ly. 





Elder Rebok Acts 

As \,.a(lcmic D.a.1 '''■-"1"""- ^'l'"' 




SOUTHERN ACCENT 



The Editorial "We" Farewell Reception Tobiasse„;sTI,esi, 
Honors Wrights "i!,!,,"' tow„ 



compjaini among freshmen ihat they do not know 
(he candidates wdl ennugh in vow on them. This 
has been true because the nominations and elec- 
tions have been held during and imniediatcfy 
following registration week. This waiting period 
of one month will enable the class to become 
better acquainted with itself. 

It is possible that some groups promoted this 
postponement for reasons other 







ve to postpone was a coi 

c the possibility of tbi 



feel 



collegians' voting more inieiligently on theit of- l. ^XHnd "or-X? O^Sn't ^= '-("^f -^'^''"'•°" '<> '.^c c.ty of I;?^]''^"ZdLT'lhl^Sr„"'1 "°S''" ^^^ '^^ 
ficers after ha^■i^g been associated ^^'ith them for hou« K-iding .h.ir b«. wishts nude ^^ ^ot), if (liey "^,'"""« ^y^^'' fdbw siid to anofh.r. ■■TT.it ^llc gTtl c.v"r'lh ",. tfn.i'' 



tit), of 



^tlCa mcmbtts of the facultj' at SMC S[H-jk,nK of thjnj^«, our kiithcnttlL- h^ put on j ^c,^ 

rs of faithful service to ^/°^'^ ^^'^'^.^l^"^. "^^^jjl Collcge StOI*e JoinS ^^'in|'cd'?\,J!'''-n" jn^ri '"■■" ■'''■■''' ""■"^■■■^■i^''"''^ 
ioUegc, Ptofcssor Kenneth oVnTin^ F"id"<"f tfi^'sE" SavillgS Chain, InC. 0>th\^^ <^Tn\l p^Zd t\^,'e\l\ l^Z^.^^Tn^^^^^ 



;ould be cited. There were the installing o 



Achievements Cited 

After thin 

A. Wright has retired from the presidency. Re- Asx 

fleaing on his tenure, many outstanding achieve- ^"'j"-- "■■" ;"■""; ':i^':";. """I the 0\:l,c Saving Stores, Inc., j co- mml have been (oo busy to c-jt"iup™'t'Sund3revcn"^''h 
right and his colleagues ^^^ ^.^^ ^^^.^^ ^^^ grown^ diTnog °l«"''"i: '^"" "' o™r 3"" "<"" >" "US': Monday morninfi ihc ran^ iLi: rising Lll a("f oi 

senioi college status for SMC, and the expansive |^^"'''^pj^i,'j ''j'^^^^^''i;^||S, ^^JJ; S '<Sromi;11f wfl" b''iIy"for"k^'i,' "nd '^"'"''' '"'"'^' '^"^ "' *^'"''' "^^ ""= ^^»"^!^en\^'''" 

building program. Tliese contributions along ""if,cn bj^'hcr''io fit"th= «^ion°' * hivf a wider v;.ti'ely of sr^k T/re- MONITORS 
with many others pre noteworthy, r ' ' . -. . -,...-... 

ever, one unique contribution to A 
cation that Professor Wright has sp. 

successfully than other SDA college presidents, fl^.^, 

snd thsr ,^ the tcmprchensive and effective siu- Dor, 

dent government of SMC. For this we are ex- ":"J 

ttemcly appreciative, ^tj 

We miss Professor Wright, but wish him many he i 

happy and profitable years as general field sec- ['=1'^ 
reiary of the Southern 

Sulirie's Sage 



istly more important than anything ^ 



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ROSTER SHOWS 35 STATES, ii COUNTRIES REPRESENTED HERE 








COLLEGE ROSTER "i,;-:! 




'Tfamec Tfta^fivii (^&ao^^ (?tiiteen<i 

By A„)ONN* M..NOUS 

■■Be wiic, study home Lconomics for home and career ■■ Tod ■ 

Sirls who choose home economics as . heid of siudy look forw?,H 

io richer, fuller lives elrher as btr.er homemakers or ar rerLmcr.i.s'c 






Dean Rebok Talks 



126 Academy Pupils ,*"""!,!°™ Elder Heinrich About Common "r, "^ h 

Sign for Classes i.,„, j™ s™ ., Speaks in Academy People l"c™, "L 

ApproKiauttly 126sludLnls in Col- m'. ."i.^'f .,.. ^rm"| Wcck of Prayer 'The Lurd needs conuiinn pc^c In ^elo|'nKnt, ; 






Mnsic and Games 
Welcome Acadettes 






r.-S Miss Hambleton oV'.«tr°T""d"e, 

si"!;;' Becomes Registrar, yeji m ihe hismrv o 
'"f"^:'," Teaches Spanish 



INTRAMUBALS 






in""*, ''SSd°ie"'A"ad™7''s"; Additional 

ficd, hiving bIen'Te^ii'lrar*'for'^''fivc RcCreatioUal 

K™ M''X:"';ti!i'."''' '*"*'"'■ Activities 



7i^^ to (^tn 















d for Ssni 


djy nifihl, Scpleni- 


ANNEXING 


and Peru and spcjks Spinish fluently. 


Ha"!(h'"and^ RKrtTl"^ 


'^ " "^ 


., nijU 


oiled „„.nd, and 


Regina Reporig 


I.a'r" M';fH"r.blcro" td"s"p"f li 


"fc^lre?" Sl'V^ogr 


r„f""!',i,'; 


h" I'l'S "is 


S«rlmn,!rfby 


Antics in Abode 


Coll"scd"le'A d' "sTb"! &h'*'l 


marked b). new gjma 


ind more ,e 


W B, J 


SSnmUlTnVjack 


school sUKing we h.ve really been 




reation^l opportunities 


or ail. 




E£Et:H 


t bslf I'eaje 


k; Biin 


F80SH CHOOSE OFFICERS 


'!n.'h.?o'rm 


TZZ. 


,m,adBcllylo»,d 


Smo'^ronhrg-I'u. "Cc "e toL*^ 


(C«„/,-,W/r™ ;,„£.!) 


HB£3vi3n. 


•;™^<™ 


rmlq 8' 


' |tsl Tlicy also 
Vjrd pli) ■Glow 


girls, also, eighl college girls are il 


^MM 


Po. Ihe jirls vho 
out of Ihingj, sn mno 


high in pop 


1 M \ 


;",■ '."ir."" 


down Id slodyir^i; again, some funn 


REGISTRATION RUSH CONFUSES 


SrUds' ?f MsT" 


oL'Ti: ; 




'):::'iBx 


lighls were oul one night. Judy Kirk 


lege n^ill be another regullit fellow 


IcybjII league. The CO 


of a girl,- ,o 
te iL" pk" 



ACADEMY 
ACCENT 



though ihe, ss.re reall, a 






soui;:::..: ;.;;.i;u;::i;Y cgll[2E i 



THE 




Ne>. Telephones 
J Permit Dialing 
To Clidtldiiooga 



SMC BEAUTY MARRED BY 
THOUGHTLESS LITTER -BUGS 



Student Speakers ' '\ j,j Vh^'Td' ,T asulu^ m dSe ram. 1 

Featured Weekly '"■!■"■ ^''' ■""""'•■*"•• "' "„"'i°dL"",' 





c"mp"td .i'lh'K Simus Vaeh'd. itarl h, 

been some triiicism. On [hii 

stand need! lo be laken. Polling several put d, 



Cation does not derive much benefir. ^^ Can ^^""^^^'jJ-^j^'J^^^^.^^iJ^'^^^jy^ T^piiT^jhr, ^^^'^^'^'>'^^^l^' WEARY WHEWS WATCHMAN . . . 

We urge rhat each student, leader or ot cr- m u J, ,„ ^^uilly go to ^.^ ln-'."™ndrmn"urndiinfi It is hid j - ^9^^'*" Wefliv. taking a sleepy midnight st.oll to t 

tvisc, expect his delegates to answer any of hts °'^^^^^^^^%^^ ^ j«i. TTiis T haTn^^olccjic ot>"f ^9"'""^ fountain Satur/ay mght. did not notire t 






Lyceum vs. Budget 

Recently there has bettn quite a bit of discus 
sion about out Sarurda, night progtams. Every. 

;;„yl'Ts"u';rr:'MLio-"-- -'^^^^^ 



b;;!l'™'1or'»e°)»"s" i"mrp7e!en.Ss°'l's CIbss " Gift Deserves 

°'*"An°jdd'iiionilS150-S200 conies in through Highest HouOrS 

dotissions. We have "«l»«_Jf™ P|°^ Some cte, el« .re unused, some 




SOUTHEB^ 



ACCENT ON... 



* Down ^^^ 7a»lU<f «/ 



. . . Collegedale Academy * ^",, 



I (imc Collegedale Academy has had its own week of prayer separate Old, NcW Studcnls 
I Urn the college. Before, all studen.s a.tended the san.e evening Enter AcadeniV 
'meetings in the Tabernacle, listening to the college speaker. They -' 

I liad their own academy speaker for afternoon chapels. Duckv Coogin 

Elder O. L. Heinrich broughr ns inspiring and practical me " "^" """ '"' ^ """" 

„es in the Fine Arts Chapel. An air of reverence and the preset 
I God prevailed. We believe rhar in such smaller meetings it 
possible to get 



t apar 



1 needs, but should not 



ety year will be a year of p 
cide to have a whole life of prayer. When v 
,er we will be able to live mote abundantly. 







"I Like Everyone An ciri 

And Their '^l' 'i 

Friendliness" Iv^diinJs 

IcUkoil. «i'l>nr>l COLLEGEDALE ACADEMY '(^',j,)°c,'Z.Ht'"L,"tm'ihl t w'^ijIT™ 'S™t'irjJJij°™°r' ,'*.'""'"' 

I Sabbath School accent -511,,.;., Tro.i apioi .r the T- ",'"»"', ''™""'''"?li'"'- "■_ 

I Offices Filled ,>..j™ ej,., -. 1* a-..™- w.,id. • c«.^ ri.,id.. Anj,'s g«i i,^,. k, Mi, ^. i!.e.ca«. „ b,'. m,J,, 



nh '"''"""'^J"^^^,^^ J^"^^,l^. 'Jj' Counselors Chosen Amoils"ther Mnplo, recre^tfon! of W^U Wjdb CalT^e '^ ftTcViM Ircturcs here 3 
,.t,ttLH°°rH.a,bl«oa.nd By StndcntS D.riddoaf,„.s,,k,t.„„g„dr'- •---" u„J ,..•..-..,„-. M„.W.Il,r, 







TCiid 7fJeit "Jftatii: \ SPhVI IN I \I I MM 

REDSKINS "MASSACRED;" PICNIC SUCCESS 




Inns («.cb.ll 
Ijlcj. Burt.to B 






TOP CHORAL ENSEMBLE ORGANIZES f 







d, S.pcmb.2 .k^,,.,,pp.i.^ '"';*;,f'i';;'^'^^^^^^^^^^ 0,hc„ .ho r™,]!. i,;,;. k „ , -J» 1-^ ? ■-, JK** 




THE 



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^Odif; 



'''•'''-'''''^^^^nuimu,Hm 



^.omte^ "Wee^ P<^^ O^ Widely Known Songsters Present 

Courtesy Pays-Make Youc Character Rich' was the slogan SotUrdaV Night LvCeUItl PrOgraiTl 

„.35cn for Courtesy Week. October 17-20. as announced in chapel "^ _ ^ _ . _ __.... 

I Monday by Jo Ann Schimek. chairman of the Social Educatii 



After a few introductory remarks explaining the objec 



o'.t t'soh irg"m."modcra,o'r"na Beavcn Prcscnts 

I (he cinel selected ID answer aueslioni rp k npn i J I 

CoJcming etiqudt. Ihut arc afr.n 1 Op Al^ AWafO ^^^ 

' .-iskcd among Ihc studcnls at SMC. m Qnmr^ fii . ^^* 

Followinfi the pand. diicu^io. eight lo SiVIt UiaptCr 



clecrs will blend in vocal concert for the pleasure of the students 
of SMC. 

Known for their high quality of performance, the quartet prides 
itself in its combination of four fine solo entertainers. William 
Diard leads with top tenor billing. Comic Richard Wright holds 




liiii'uli>N M:\Vi- 






Sixth Collegiate 
Workshop Resolves 
Disclosed 

tions. College social life, Col- 




Dibut rnm.)ii-..« 

ionii "The Omnipolence," by Fran 
Schubert; -'l Will Lift Up My Ey«,' 


T-£1TI\...... 


Eickid Si>v tht- WhKl-SpiriliLi] 

Citation Received 
By SMC Yearbook 


Ss£^}zsz 


SA Clubs Organize 
Satiiite Socials 


SSSr 


lege faculties and regulations— 
these and many other subjects 
were discussed by the delegates 


1955. Two Tcnnesire colleges wci 


Gov't Committee 


CAMERA CLUB 


""Ssriii!"' 


Workshop of Eastern S.D.A. 
Colleges held on the campus of 

['oMowinL; .irc the h.ghligh^ of the 


E. J. MeMu.rh, .J.i.mj -The ,, 


srM CLUB 


m p,, l„ Ik, .uBUndios ,,(^m 


Has Three Sliidenl 


'''\' :'::.;■;: ."'Izr'm.iEj" 


'PPiii 


""^-^iiiS's 


ti.%uw.)lLedilomll,. Killen, 



J„,<eU,sen.nJ).liM.OsEi".»i«- 
,nl ediun: Phrllo Moore. m:ar,^ 



SOUTHERN ACCE 



The Editorial "We" 



IT'S L$ 

Courtesy «eek is in progi 
type signs arc admonishing us 

It is seemingly the honest com 

the attitude of others that being a Chi 

matically makes one a courteous, cor 

dividual. We fee! rhat this is true only in the 

one the desire and intent to be thoughtful and 
courteous to others. However, conversion dotis not 
obviate the necessity of carefully studying and 



We said ■civili/ed community" by design, for 
frequently acts of courtesy arc absent complete- 
ly and life then ceases to flow smoothly. At this 







hai he 1 


cks the foundation neces 


ary to become 


guide b«amc outicGibly strains 




build this foundation. I 


mu^t sta'ttM 


;rT.om'7^LSSal'c"^h 




in the elementary scho 


1. At the col- 




cge leve 


it should be a really sol 
cry disillusioned atomic 


d platform, 
scientist talk- 




ng to an 


other said "1 hear that P 


ofessor Knut- 


« * * 


Ichasd 


scoveted the link betwee 


civilized man 


POETRY, TOO 


md ihc 
we have 


ape— it's us.- Let's hope 
so studiously decried. 


as the others 


Tt^my' '""■'*"'''"' 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



.njoyadjhBsefirit DelCgatlOU RcpOFt 




Tluinderbirds Take First Place: Two 
Games Scheduled For Today 




II ■ "lCil.m''.'''LloId"°ho«:" m^* 


ATS ELECTS 


elcdtd 


U^gl 


avo.itc dwiencr >5 


oT't 


P^ul Ed 

Paul Kilgorc, 

in theology and 


Btd Kilgore 

Tbc di-.n of Ws 


Sf3-- 


My 'm c)« of' I1.C Ncgco shine 
rifhict in propoilion u he becomes 
^imilijr Kith th(^ hither monl ideils 


SEND VOUR 
SUB TODAY 



THE 



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^^^^'^ i-SWiJrili/ COLLCSE LKflASr 



I SA Presents 
"Martin Luther" 
I Tomorrow Night 

ra!,1S'Jwi'll b! pre. 
in ,hc ColloE»<l»l» «»* 




7l'L"'n^t^^rJ^°i ^c Taylor Elected "ACCENT" SOLICITS 

,.„ b,,. Mm p,od.t=d i. ,9!3. COC President STUDENT OPINION 

'wp,««»".il"."i„"ptad w.,n. T.,1., „„ ,™.i, .kad ON HONOR SYSTEM 



Student Devotional Week 
Conducted by Elder Lucas 



Fickl Day Venture; 


''Keepin 
Theme 


g Faith" 
of Week 




15,145 Collected 






Drid 




















of Priym toi 


ai8h.a.7t45in 


Che 


Tliii iimounl pushes the Injaihering 


Tabetnadc. 




be 


ihermomelee up (o S5.H5. 


"Espmiully . 


he Parcliments" 


tol- 


V ^v e"*'"!? "'' 'd'si ''2J^''^''d 


lowing the t! 


leme. Keeping f 


ailh 


Elder G R Ni'hs car svss nmncr-up 


uwft my Go 


d. with my Chi. 


irch. 


>.,|h S:77 (,) The »p ludreiduil ,|s. 


wilh Myielj 


■ 




l^d^lrhV^ »""" ""'"' "" "" 


titanud Mi!! 


ionary College, 


Eld- 



Adai,->.^ sMCitrs 



Family Piano - Violin - Cello Trio 
Performs Here Next Saturday Night 

The Reisraan Trio, scheduled lo reappear by popular de 
in [he Collegedale auditorium November 12 at 8:00 p.m., 
I only professionally conceriizing piano-violin-cello rrio in Ar 
ihat is genuinely a family affair. 







IE SOUTHERN ACCE 



The Editorial "We" 



LETTCCS 



WE DARE YOU . 



■encroaching S'ecdily on 
BOOKS have slipped igr 
referred list of Americar 



teres[s-fo..„ -.-„. - ■ - ^ , . 

ually [he one who sandwiches the ""d)- ot chi 




IgCTM 


11 " 


^ 


Ih.nk f , ( 1, 
( .1 1.V G.l 



oughly. If you are sincere you will enjoy and ,^^. ;,";,," ,^„,„d ^urse. The Ira. ,'LTn. l^^ri^^'lT >hy;-<.f.na ^'l 2TMetj{'Z"ZZc,''l°[lZ^M^^^^^ 

apprcciflie this medium too. j,,,^^,, ,^^„i„J course usually re- I'^-'^J^^'^-l t.'T.?u'-kJ Z'ull"" .-f .-pon he., decided one everJng in despe.atlo,,' that^U 

. . . ONLY WHEN SPOKEN TO Z^h .JollLm. XVXch Uu- stu- ^f;,j"nr<rh'.''lh!l"'-.t"r,jf™ouKh up1o7hVsnrin"lB!'^.v^Jom p"pti'\hal''cL« '^ 

knowledge displayed by its graduates. It is a ^ 'JJ'" ' J„',u,c ' "ih,:""'p7ofIL^r "^ 'n\t\.!i.n.U runn^'linlTttoT^ not lintilo (hose of thousand, of nIKor victim, of .mdd 

simple siory. Learn it in your four yeaH at^ Coi^ ,„J^^- ,..^Z<^\^^c\, ,t^dJ to .ak. f...... .>. p-u.i, b,...J=' cm. I^^",'^, ^,,^°f,,^^^^^^^ o nZbl^onrtl^nt 7eHo 



, Ehat some thoughrle 



alone thai will solve it. Bui before we bur 

these students up and banish ihem to a land .^ ^^ 

filled with poets that eat only fried eggplant ^^^j. 



NOTICE 
Mrs. Gina Plunguian's paint- 
ings and sculpiutc which were 
jshibited at Plum Nelly on Sig- 
nal Mountain recently will be 
icen in the show windows of 
Gilman's Paine Store ji 2f-ii 
cntd? '^^^ ^^^ ^^- November 16 2^ 



at ou 


no- 


behavior in class. Perha 


s you are 


ihcon 


17 


is monopolizing the class 
our popularity and fellow 
ask yourself these quesii 


ludcnts a 


iriipot 


ng 1 


das^. Is what I am abc 

my question really ncccss. 
nough to gain the aticnt 
d break the teacher's inten 


ut to say 

ry> Is it 
on of all 
ded chain 


ol iho 


ugbt 







SOUTHl^]^ ACCENT '" """' *"- """""'■ 




THE SOUTHET 



I ACCENT ON ... hIs,""'' 
. . C ollegedale A cademy Band Members 



I Near-Aecident 
I Leaves Student 
I Scared, Thankful 



Seniors Organize; 
Announce Officers 




H Sanborn, spocui "'Accent" Spnnsui-s Sidewalk Contest; 

i'^mi'rtm'Kl: Main Campus Walks Will Be Identified 

Chsiwnooiia .ind vi- Laying long and nameless, [he sidewalks of SMC have been mer- 

be hdd m Mcmorul you have a name (hat will become tradition with our college. The 




SA Entertains al 
Autinnn Outing 



the Administration building on 

luno for our wilLs. Pidi, 3i Saturday night, Octobst 28, an 

roughi out by Dr. Ejttb, oihct ticipating an enjoyable evening. 

"laiii After the party wai complete, 

ill!) the KHiup '•t^'tcd for the Stu- 

kiu P.ul. T^M. nacklinji bon- 



" On" pMr vtaim of J prankster iv.u TalgC McU luvite often I 

"""tied roomZ'c lool^'^hij tmvcnnd ^adicS To RcCCplion ^^"'^' 



Forum Officers 
Take Positions 






I ACADEMY BAND 












P.8C.. THE 


SOUTHERN ACCHN 


T 




■'-.-•=■■.,.«, 


INTRAMLIRALS 


Dr. Esteb Visits SMC 
For higatliering 

fo'l/E'y'pH.ti 'IZ £' 
also ipokc a. Trrdaj- evcnmB v«pir. 






1 


Royal Lancers Cain Fiist Place; 
Sabers Doomed For Cellar Finish 

Tlif El DoraJos contjnueJ iheir victory siting Sunday with a 19 
to G win over the luckless Sabers. The El Dorados threw up a prac- 
lically impenetrable defense until die last play of the game when 
Mracek raced twenty yards dirough the entire team for the only 


slowed c!0D.n only by (re^ucnt pcnJ- ly 15 Sftonds left (o pby. mAinp the 
m cjriy MOdng punch and jumped ndin mceliin; the Monkliirj. Toi 


mf: un the irm of Jansen. (he Boyjl Fadden siiJ£gme Co^ein pusa Jnd 

(ifM h.ilf jrd Ihc lead proved (oo the Koring pjiadc for the El's wilh 
mu,l. t... rhc l-hi>nd«bird* *hcn they 24 poin.s. Culp and Campbell had 6 


Panic Stricken Students Dust Books; 
Bone For Terrifying Test Week 

B, B«f,,N W,L 




THE 



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SENIORS SPONSOR SMORGASBORD 

Give-aivay Program Follows 




7<*^ Weti St^^ ^ete^ifM. 



S2,500 Raised For 

:he men of Upsilon Delia Phi piesented their annual icccp- SMC ConCCrt Band 

ind banquet to the women of Dasowakita Sunday evening, ^^ improved SMC bind will pro 

mber 20. Thanksgiving being only a few days away, it was ^,,.„ f^^hci as a result of ihi 

; [hat harvest time contributed to the setting of this tradition- ,j^jn, ^^^ mertine. In . four min 

After the guests had entered the Tabernacle through ever- ei''";"'= ^T^"*" '''" '"^ '""^"^ '^ 
greens sprinkled with fallen le 

^ed under the din 



The '56 


ScnioB of SMC wil 




csen, the 


rsl stu 


tlcnt-spon- 


sored Srao 


gliboid in th 




ad 


•Audiiotii. 


nonS 


nday eve- 


St Ic and" 


iravian lype 


horsd 


'" 


Smorgasbo 
<es, chtcos 


lalads 


ned buJci 


tables, an( 




nliftv 


i» 


imt dishes 


Thep 


itrpoic oi 








the 


Smorguboid 




WSMC Radio 




Z 


hftaMrta 




bdpinea a. 


Staticii 


Broadcasts 


Ulc 


Jtlbi^bui 




w,lib.,i,t, 


Music. 


News 




Z 


£"El 


"u/u^t'o 


ll?"a'„'',°" 


^" ^^ 


^'^'^> '''^ *""'= 


nt loicc 




he Smotfiisbord id 


a ivii con 


'fo"S.«« 


ta.,lt»,' 


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^HE" 


°'£i 


by D„to 


hoi?!"? dj 


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twd 


b, 


more'ltbo" 


^a w«hr ptoiL,, 1 


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du.lL's" "■dt 


'pI'SlJ 


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leo, £hi,(min of the division of fine pt«entcd by Mr. ^f'^^^^'^^^^°^ Z\ K^omh ThiMe^-s'b!nd'w™h">2 ^!''aid"so'^"odii/r '"'lii^menrC^e Coilipete ID 

with n«™ion by Mr. Shiffer teotiil symphtnic bind, needslhc ne«' gj' Kkm, Tc.hrio.ms TtcJ Ebc.hjtt, nooga_atea will be represented 







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ofTtt our congraiulanons and apprccia 


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Murphy. We bdicve [hat this GOOD 




which does not nL-cessarily coimoie class! 












This addiiion of WGKA's services alo 


gwith Z 


tcgulat local news broadcasts, and student 
programs will provide a balanced schedi 


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has long been needed. We should not 


foffi'^t for 


however the patient and unrecognized I 


bor of ,co 


past radio managers and personnel m b 




This marks another mileposi of prog 


ress in hu 


SA history. It » only by recognzing an 


d saiis- 


Eying student interest that our student 






jpport. 


When we cease to serve, decease to fun 


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"souTHE®Nf ACCENT ;°;'^3LZi?'Esr'rHE ?{''?: SSdli'ff ="3 »s^^"'.it;r;i*l;\S^X;5*™ 






I ACCENT ON... 
. Collegedale Academy 

ISC human nature! Perhaps you didn'i know it, buc you arc pay- 
ig [uition just the same during vacation. Isn't it odd how glad 
e are to get out of a class or an assignment? One would think 
c were being paid to go to school rather than paying, 

dc.°'?oCmSar?r'om ^ion^o^" dme'h^' ten putTnt^^^^^ ByStandcr Ul)M 

I It is as follows: a charge of five dollars per day or any pare there- ClieiTlistry Lab 




Students Favor Stump Speeche 



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far, this one approached most closely to unanimity. No concribu- 

mc fiiisi luoinfi smucr.:.. -ju ovc. iMi.- ^^^^ favored mud-sMnging. All thought in terms of a positive 

'^'^,'''J^^'"i'^°"?i!'''"r^'!f'il"^"''.; campaign. , . ^ ^. . ■ 

not s«m to learn the 3rt of bending g.^, /„^m/h— Senior, religion. Free discussion is very essential 

^ p ' f rh '■''''"^' "'"■ h' '" ^"y organization or society. It gives a person soracthmg on 

lib inlimction K^^lld meiKkiiicTihat ^'^'''^'^ '" formulate his opinions in regard to an issue or a candi- 

^mplc" i"^hJd!Mhlon''c'"'li.r' He his weakness, and would better acquaint the majority of students 
1 by pu«ing " " 



niois Elect 
sponsors, Offit 



^ciL^etici. /46ae(i 




'««— Senior, ""i^^^^'^" Studcut RcCOg. 
-C5S what he thiiil;i he on DlviuC DclivCr 

'''''^:/i.1^Z^:fi':''tffl Returns to Studi* 









""=■ If !,frh !,.!,,- (hi. ve», Renato Cuba. Is Almo Quintana. Alma wonfs upon i Subject io Ihat Ihc sludent P , 

HonH/aticn witn L. inis year, v ^^ bocoms a iBCretary. Sfie =ays her bod)- nuy know whether his qualifi- -.^ l /^^" „,:„ -,^„^^A 

ANKSGIVING CHAPEL •■' <"''i'^'>h ^°"' ^,T^^J'^^^ ^^ ■pal pbqvq" is American Hlstor/. ficitions meet their specifications. Alio ^j ,^c next di Px ^ rlishedtc 

.'EN BY EORUM ^itb-I -° to^bTa la^ng^nago \l'JC<. "'^d ^^ don't blame her; we've heard by listening to i min sp<«k the peo- ^ QrlLX ho'pitil Xre"*.! brair 















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THE SOUTHERN ACCENT Decembe r 2. if, 

Quist's Foreign MARRIED COUPLES' FOOD FEST 

Legion Answers PROVIDES EVENING S DIVERSION 

Mission Challenge ^. o^' '°„tnL"'pi''^reJJru^SutThr "^ 

B, H. S, LuNEKjirisT social held recencly drifc their way. "^ ""'' " ^°' 

Tht condiiion of J churtli is mca- The tale is thar they had the most delicious assortment of 
ong oi H conlinuw 10 sen au arge ^,^ ^,^ ,„,.,;„„ what good cooks some of those wives havi 
■"'■ " '■■ ■"-. fo' a large niiniber of the mem 



tXty Ad«nli"ro"«^ o! itL t'd ^ W^ J^MfCfHgeM 'Xcd^'^tl M it foil' """^ 

our o.i?cr collc^, ^« (9««f '"11,^^.^"':;^.^""^'™^^^^^ 



1 NTH A MURALS ""^ * 

Royal Lancers Capture League Title; (he c 

Fing Pong Tournament Scheduled y..^y'a 

In the first game of the doubleheadet on November 4. the li^ld o 

Royal Lancers stormed lo a 39-26 win over the speedy Montclaics. ""^°' 

man scoring over one T.D. Ward and Court had 7 points while "^ 

Kt^el. Addison, Jan.scn, and McClure tacked up 6 each, with Travis ^^^^| 



" Si'i^lc. Also. .h.OU£h . 

Honor Roll 






■.(y the c.er.inc,caiinfi pici: 






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SMtites Learn Much From 24,000 Books », j»,. b.„.« 



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THE 



OUTHl^ff ACCENT 



""ord Foundation Grants Christmas Saluted by "Messiah" 
unds to S.M. C. Faculty Presentation Tomorrow Night 

imelv Gift n- • o j . 

_,, , Donates Sto\ e 

, Walteis 




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Class demonsirated the first of the mo types of not for peopli 
sihool ipiriL This is the kind of school spirit There is a ch 

pan el ichool life. The other type of school iliT" mind to 



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Ai«™ T.vioii 


Meistei's Mala.ly 
Call Collect! 
Bauer's Bluff 



ur Student Park, This is the kind of school 
[ that we need more of, but which is seldom 
cciated or applauded on our campus, 
chool spirit now has a partner — the Chi" 




rHt SOUTHERN ACCE^ 



Kiiisey Accepts 
Gavel Fioni Club 



ACCENT ON... 
. . . Collegedale Academy S.'ijS-rEs'HifS 

'_ SA K=„„J „,™bl,. Kl„>t, .rapW 



tile risttt- Such ihings wil 



' llnde 
' Talgt 



j the real theme of Chrii 



p .0 .mpl.n,cn. 




All-Stiideiit Men's Chorus Organizes: 



Christinas Party c^rh^.hcrihc'7v,Vi"J.Tni''l Fi"*st Appearance on DeceniliJJ- 17 

Planned by Fornni r™"^"''^"!^!'.^!!^^.'"^ i„i,Ji" 'J}^""' '^'''""' "' Woximateiy 24^ voices will giv^ i,s 

^ITvi, f'tom L\ouTof ^:3oTm' "h: edges tep(«cn( ihfTOmmiii™). '^*'*' chorus chose ihcir officers rcccnily to adminiscer the func- 

unlil 7:30 P.M. Ai ,5 antiUAil,- Kivcr,' K-Knted bfthc foltowin .:— -r .l _r_..._ .^.. 






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idem; 


Jim Mc- 


Clubs 


ICC presid 


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'bTo^'d 


GROUPS MEET FOR 


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jncs libri- 


INSTRUCTION AND FUN 










the iccor 


np:.n.s' 


1 and D«n 


lypmg Tip. «^ ,hown fo Ibc 


ujh ,1 h- 
t in j^. 


hi>ih 


p°hlw'^ 


Club j[ lis monthly meeting, Mondjy, 
nuny Iiclpful hints on Hie torrcct pro. 




inIdi^^lVQ'trtiheXrm"o""w« "'D"rilrihe''s^ond ^r.odlhc .oph. Scniof SmOFgasbord SuCCCSsfllllj sToTbrnerTvom 

vlS*!nd1h^d4^^''q"BMl'iB ""c^' ' " '" '' ' Promotcs Much School Spirit f,"u,T'n!^s''ciL, 

ANNUAL DUMMY READY "!^'K°L?mChTh\>r3tcTnrollld' n?r''''ur.Jc"td':^!'mTr' f"^l^°.'"' W ^'"^^ '!"J """" ^^J^' """' TOT 

"''./ ^is finished DKcmber (1, tepg.ts ' "' nKk-.udi<u,i,im they wee «..-oLed by irrgive^lmb^r oT'^L^'^ds" with "'"'^' Te.chr^'o/ Tomofrow'ciu'h 






HONOR ROLL 



lielpcd in drawing the students Jiid Southcm AcCCnt 




Williams, Joya and Kenny Lyi 
Babcock Merit First Places 

This ytars second SA-sponsoied boneSt took placo in the 



SMC Schedules SWe ^e. 

Aptitude Tests ^g, ^(^ 



,0 piogram ^,s distinc- ^,, , , ,)"'°''TT',J'n,,Il: fS.'Z.toi i^S LrX""* '" *> D=lphm.. .nd Put, •n,.,lK, 

A K..^,^,U -.„ „;„!,. _fn^, '^^" ^""^ '"^ mcUirjl rest, UCIODCC r"" s.^um n jn: uuiiifc n Icll.rliih 



Talent eontesianis included studetit tepieseniatives ftoi 
High School, J, 



lX"of ll.Tuo'i' Army Muster .. . •i..rfbj«,cEdac.tioo,,lT.iln,eW jdl.tic cintpaj™. rol B.clncr oflhe To,o.d», 

,, „, n,.Td .„, L,.jj.. :. ....,.^.. ... :.:. '"''''""'''-.''" I"''!- J>;' '"- B.W C.rta,, i. employed « .c- Hicks oflhe Cjclonei and Jc, 






, li:!''X\,TZ,t!^' fa° S/0 St^eawUttci. ^attititutuM. 



Social-Business 
Clubs Merge 






THE 






iOUTH^rl ACCENT 



Bureau o£ Musicians List studciit Spiritual Wcck Feotures 

Student Talent for Services ,,^. .. -■ . ,, „ ,. 

^^^^^. "Give Me Thine Heart at Meetings 



SiiuthLrn Missionat) CallLgc, Acadcill} \> 

:;fnlatuiri.rd"lc?opcd'^. Separate \niiiial 

Bureau of Musiuans Thirc n ill bt sLparait Jnnuals 

The Bureau presents a listing for [Hl college and atadeni) it 

of student talent available on was announced in chapel Mon 

the campus of Southern Mis da> b) Editor Paul Kilgort Bj 

sionary College The organ 12a- this rcvolutionarj act ion this I 

lions sened b> The Bureau of year the academy has had 

iMusiciansmdudethe following annual for the first time 



Huiiier Preaches 
Sermon at 7:45 

The Student Week of P 

trd-i tonight with LaDu 

■id v.iH ipcik on il 




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Colporteur Rally Reports One Million 
Dollars in Literature Sales in 1955 



■iKiin btaks anolhrr tolpottc 
by lading the world in scl 



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Dai id Bluer thcoiog) imiot Iron 


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bwrn uigig"! '" fuMhcrmfi ipprec,,! 


The dormiloo »|x^cts n Mju 1 


%p,OTl«, 1916 




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siitnlilic k<io«led£c, creKmi; jn en 


Wihon HoySh,el<,.BobP.erwn ind 
SABBATH SCHOOL 


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w 11 9:00 




INSTALLS OFFICERS 


lolch^rl'ni'."^ "" 


'.'X'.' Eld. 


h"f "iTr"''in,«''ic»li'on"' "Ind 


The newly elected Sibb.lh Sch<x. 


21-Gp'cumh SSO 




Z"l an^olinlJ!' MrformiJiTr '" 


Jinuuy 7. TTiey ire; Pit O'Diy. lu 
ile;CirolpHoof«dindJeinnePet 


ll-FiroucQ'. Bonoli 


P'ogrnm. 


SA BENEFIT NETS S2'f0 


Connie Vaughn, utotiate; Ann Shroj 


23-Chapcl. Clo« M 


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Vin»nt"L'dl'l"St"wri'ier'De 


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Sjtucday nifiht is the third SA benefit 


^I^''i(e'""^d D^ltiyH^itlin^smn 



The Editorial "We" 



Statf 


Oca 


d^ ^uU 


bdrg . s 
devo.ion 


ny years 


MC has had the ccpuiation of 
nindcd college. If we can fol- 
e siudent-sponsotcd week of 


1( is V 
a .oek of 

cchd." 


devices 
nd the Pr 


jnphasis unless wc make good 
oiovided foi daily devotion. 



for there is to be no conversation of any type in tidcnUlly, liw :irc ndinilously pl< 

that room. If each of us would spend a few mrn- ful in Talgc H..1I.) 
uies in the Prayer Chapel comcm placing out lives Cat. You Rsad? 

and thinking how we can impj 

the good done for the individi 

c has been a change in the type done. Sel- 



dom do 


«'e hea 


any s 


udent compla 


n that his 


courses 


ren't tc 


aching 


him anj-thing. 














ly apph 




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« admSfstta".! 


ast years, 

n by the 


Faculty, 










ly speak 


n^g^SMC 


is defi 


itely looking u 


and with 



IV ^ Steuf. €Utd Stud^ 7 



Likely, financial problems li 
wonder whether this business of cducai on 
should think analytically and wisely 



■Why should I 

my i 






tional level has ini 

\ difficuli 
d a suitable>b. Second, it is an investment 
tease your productivity and earning pow 
ird, if properly pursued a college education ^ol 
II teach you how to think. Fourth, at college Joj 

:omc more tolerant toward your fellow 
Bc^fore you pack, consult your coui 
ink of the importance of an intelligent d< 



SOLTHEl^ ACCENT 







THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



I ACCENT ON... 
. , . Collegedale Academy 



We who have been brought up in the atmosphere of gotlly 
parents need to realize our responsibility to those who have not 
been exposed to such an upbringing. 

There are many fields, such as social, moral, and religious, 
J in which we can set examples of high standatds. 

Many of our young people seem to think school rules are 

;nforced for the sole purpose of aggravation to the students. 

I Deep down we know it is for our protection from ourselves. 



_^ any school we should abide by the rules and regulations if ^„j [,[„ LcRqi G Pommcr of Mi. 
I for no oTher reason than that they are the rules! Honda 

We often think that the moral and social standards sec up ace 
ictly stuffy," bur if we would take lime to read even worldly 



Kabool Revealed Military Honor 
Oiitslanding Union Given to Ex-SMCite 

SUHlrlll (:an%asser a fo™« SMC student w^. «l.c,ed 




•"•^^ l&tm "Pti^m Se<u<M Oftm^d.' *^£f^ %^ "Ptedicted 



CHOIR ELECTS OFEICERS aIoib Cpulntana was 
new officers foe the Aadtmy iho tilchan. She <. 
s, which is directed by Ptofes- and icampered ou 



I MV LEADERS CHOSEN 






riety with our fnmily o 



rake . look con-plded hiilory 
oom.'' -n-e by some r^re per. 






SOUTHERN ACCE^ 



SMC Seminar Bands KINSEY REPORT 

Travel in 4 Stales s, s* p,„id.„, d.„ k»s=v 

Kor Sal>lialli MmIs -n,. 




Whales Dominate First Round of Pla 

m,Z,I:^°!mw!t^Z »,r'r.p^,'",MTS,d°r"i JL!lf'j7ZZ"lVZtZ Cyelones, Typlioons, Tornadoes Stir i 

■B." iDd sMi' ■A'-.re 10 play «,« rocnJ Suds Colyo Hid 
«r=. Tic Kcond reund tegin. J.r,- ovh &indlt Dorh.m'. Iff 



RENEW YOUR SUB 



Please enter my subsciipiion to The Southern i^ 
for one year. Enclosed is $2.00. 






only fiame from the h.plesi Jdly-fi 
2'M6. and ih ■ ■ - 

. for Dolphiru and 



and eight)' 2'M6. and ihcy v 



THE 



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j Bowling Green 
Clioii- Appears Here 

appearance of Bowlin, 



^ COC Clubs Plan Parties, Suppers, 
Swim Outing For Tomorrow Night 




I ^^hTc'^for^'ltnsnpiriwiis'iiidiijjht- Tobiasseii Says "Seniors Must °l\^\TLd^J.^'^^-,^i^^''^Z 

thol'"iSo hS tvcrrritS'i Think" At Presentation Ceremonies d>|>'t)- tneyd m int=tsw.L- .omm. 

s. they were presented as prospeaive graduates of the class of 195G appieniictship. It it cisy to see I 

. nih innivorsat)- of the choif, "You must supply to the Advent movement bolder leadership, ditions will hive an idvaniage, 

I Over the list ten yei is o touring, jjgg^er direction and more imaginative planning and execution," his opinion, Mr. Fleming said. "1 

I mmbeis of the dioni S""P' ""''j Professor Leif Kr. Tobiassen admonished the class at the Presen- a iimple dirduclion thit if Ubor ,i 

f the RKkies including Tonn "tlon Service. "The Advent church needs mote thinkers and ">S "P 'f" '° 'h'rtJ' P=r «"' 

ind Ouni-'sie Hall. Kansjs Cm\ deeper thinking The thitst for knowledge, the passion for intel- chirges six ind j hilf per ccni 

rial Hnll, SeveMn" HjII •<- l>^'--,uj\ Jls lI. ipnitni and the mental curiosity developed by the ""dent Ihjt works any will be fut 



JhflppI'd Claude Frank Plays pc'".'':f'"ht''^nH''scmt'e7 «' pLlng'f .!ir^o''"h''a";b!.tg". 
ih, jnii initi Piano Recital Here p"^ ' ' - .. - . - 




Reveals Desire for 

' "i''m"w^LL'."uiLVi'hii'"'i6 o( New Church 

. I, ,„ am.plfled jII ihcir college Tlic results of iliis weefs opinion poll 

'C Z^^'i!!^'^J^^<^S!^^ i''^w^J'''S"'bulidinJTo"yu" Ncw Sciiators Elected For Semester 




IE SOUTHERN ACC 



The Editorial "We" 

dr<:-anis— ihe riddance of the unwanted liiieibugs. 
Ac [he beginning of the first semester we noticed 



,undrcls in J^^" T^,^' 

Under the ^^ ;'"' ' 

scrutiny of our critiral ejes ivc have inspeaed the ""^^ '"' ^) 

campus regularly since [hat uneventful day. Our ,^^^ j^ 

have found the green waste cans. The addition pYrtl'p' 

ously along the sidewalks provides the reason for lion ihc 



jfe 






'^ " . . Th. |«n,p onJ «..mony of .1,. wdl- plnns a-c- .0 inrnsfarm the hrfie lobby To help fill the place cf the (ourlea„ gid. ^ho mow 



have a desperate need for the most hallowed of ; 
halls— a church. Perhaps ihe thought was crcati 
as a result of a collision with a post in the gyi 
hilc playing basketball and then di 



covering .hat a similar 






, Qumfna 



"iTrs w'StVhirnewtjdlderLrLwer Snt ,.Tt.e?if4'«yrt'>?^£ SHort WaVC Station ^«- Ibc't" We ^.^thw^o^'bu, te.^lt ^'C ''^^ I 

he learns that ground was broken for a new "'-''" FizzlcS? ConiCS Back ... - 

church years ago. It never materialized. The Siu- be published 'h^ thTntKI llirw isTues Somticm Missioniry CoKefic jgain 

denes of SMC arc still longing for a sannuary: of the Southibn Accent. h^^ ]^^j|;°""*^''''^fj^^j^||"''°||j '^^ 

Of course, the reasons for not having a church g. j,,^,^ couipmcnl ii lociiled in the Physics 

are very real ones. First and fore ■ ■ ■ - ■ 

cost a minimum of $400,000 to build an appropri- 
ate and adequate one. We simply do not have 
the money. Secondly, on actount of our accredi- 

propcr — churches do not count. Our immediate 






or a gymnas 

■0 long before the church om 




entirely for the worship of God. ^ccra Tough .nd Dig Shols," «v«kd Icmpt w.s made and lh« time the were 5nnr., W.H -. -.--' Rnrrie Rodgen, ,. 

In view of the fearful facts, and fully realizing ihdr admiration for the h«o» .nd mi„d.i„gc proceeded to the point pr< ■ D.V HJ,cn ., vice p.e.ideni. 

the dilhculties the construcrion of the church en- villi.m of Amciicai. movies. reveling KN4HBJ to be alias Wynr . -. ■■ _ .r. -,.^,.,0,: M.lc 

tails; neverihi-less, we feel thai we must state that J^^ Amerinn"!.«i^ir*for ^"^"m ''ir'lh="m?ddk'of'''lhc subsequent Van Mcr ' ' ' '.'"Z ro'r^'l'hrpdiii 

we strongly favor, yes urge, the erection of a diamond stones, icbra or allrgJior skin senicnte, there was i h^rsh a.cing oii^,. 

church soon at SMC. We also tealine that when bags, ebony or [vory cartings, o. a noiie, followed by the .jui 

the right people have the will, there will be "fuHltiBlt'' dagger, write lo Rockcy' of some insulation and the 

=^ Tiuijn-A-Agbas, Bok 7.12, Acaa'-Gold KNMHBJ, ■'Whal happen 



B Up.ilgn 



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SOUTHfflM ACCENT 



"Sat. lU^iu" Soaiti 0^ tit "^eait 




4— Club nigM. 

8— All CollBgo Rocreadon. (Co«h Richard Forreiler in c 


argo) 


^3-U.™. T.™p„..„ 0,..o,i„l p,.„.»,. 




24— Spring Rcccil. 


[ the 


7— Lvcoum, Alyne Dumas Loo, Soprano ConocH AHiit. 




!8!Icrub''ni,'hl.''*' °°"'' "■" ■ ' ° '"' " "'''" '" 


gram. 


lfcE"?.--Aj'Z.r. S.,i.,-"S..,I, ,. 5i„.a Lan 


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Religions Liberty Male Chorus and Band Tour Today 
<:lia|)ler Conducts King's Men Sing Next Week in Mobile 

Fdur-iliolVll \N'eek '^^'^ ^^'^^'^ chorus and the College Band leave ihis afierno 

. . . Collegedale Academy ' ' ', -:^u':^^J^;tS:::'^:^^:SJ^^ 



ACCENT ON 




ACADEMY WELCOMES 



I Crane Places First 

I In CA ATS Contest £,qht new students 

I H,ll ihapcl a,d «., .neoded ^,, t.II. taown h.ir, Ji.,,4.,,.. 1 



udysmiih, Stoneburner and ?]^'h',' [ 

Hefferlin Sick fSiS''' !. ,.. 



Foer ,«de.,, en,c,ed ,he mam. ,,.„ Anni.len, Al.h.™, T«.a (A, p_„,.„,„_ TrBUsferS S<fittmaU'. VM^Ui-^tM '8^^ 
„d tniihed in Ihi. ard., Doaald „„M. fc „d™/. aal, amned Teal HiaU i 1 anSlBl S, Z3.W„„. ?rt<7. 

I mi^ie^'lu^e Lc'vens;"hhd7fi^"e; Doa- e^ca^bwilmri na'dlcr'Tem" dT K^^^- Rl^lger StCpslu ^..^ 



T^i^iucci 20 ')Ktetii€e<i "PvuoHd 









Ande.ioa, Indijai. BorrOWetl ... 

progressive PARn- . • - Personalitie 

PROVES PROFITABLE By Patsv Scott 



: ,..o,apl,.h.d h, ' 
H,d. md Jure 






I HONOR ROLL 



ianil Bfc 


hi„-l .id. we , 


:aald 


d.j aighl. 1 


tcilly eajaycd it. 






THE SOUTHERN ACCEf 



Ne.v Officers Slated intramurals 

For Club Positions Dolpliins Upset Whales 18-38; 

Volley-ball League Starts Soo 




THE 



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liOlLLUL LlulWlif 



READER S DIGEST FEATURE S SMC 

|T;,mble.^,Teams Piersoti Launches Prayer Week Feb. 24 T^'Fil'm'ar'ui^L 
I Star in Festival ., a /-u • c /-> /- i „ x ^^. n. s„rf„. Dig,,,. „.„„„.i 

I Tomorrow Night ^ Christ tor Our Crossroads Is Theme rfli^itVcopSttrrJ^' 

I Toniorrov.- night*; istWki^ MOHR, WILHELM, ^^^=^^=^^=^-^ tute Southern Missionary Col- 

Itaute the lnt,.m„r.l Festiv.l Liberty Ellipliasis ASSIST IN WEEK Underliill Elected S','n"l!,"Sidet°,S'^Tt 

lAudtotiom "egl^netTm' Wcck Ends Feb. 18 ,.i[,l^,;/,„iri7vorn',!' Academic Dean S*\'™e 'le"'m"/°* 

e devoted to spot- , JL^^ chi^7by'"MitVKaLJrc"rl «'ih a message entitled, 



lighting the intramural progra 



for Our Croistoads! The 
theme of the week, Feb- 

be,. 



■ "■'TTieGirrs-AII-SlarbMketbilllMnB fsrec""r"f'' u"fV,''Vobmr^^^^^ 'hPcrtsiroa7s\vil'hl:hrhL ^- ^ S^^ok ■.vh- «m rcs.m, 

■ he^m the evening with tip-off limi: ihewccfc lomorroiv .n church by slrn.- , Af"' s-jJ-atinf from SJC. Elder ^ji'^onfjj^nl /""'■"*' ' 
I f«tut« iingic and rloubic prng pong d'itrtncT/Tdiyio'iJ'hS^r'i^.'''"'"^ ' '*' — -^. i '^"'"t^-''^'"' Con- ho^^ffMi'^^V ih"'=nd''of'tiJ 



;s" 'Ssf'tSdS' mZ„ 


S^i-'?^""''i^=^^^ 


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^g 


H 


Ato^hfiicror"',;!;',!;; 


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,bl,„E fot ..tn-on. 


Board Assembles il 
Orlando for Meet 


, S™". 


,tt:r«::z"i 


("Er ™ 


! ^.or"'"^'™" 


SM(, 


17-Vo.po™. Hotoco R. B=ckn... 


Tj^irSbS;;",;";;™:;; 


■ ium 


ii\S;JX>°!. 


PcophL 


!r1^ff°w""'''""""*" 


!i'^'llrir,,,"':Ta,*,.i''°'''" 


- lis 


he Holy Spirit," 


3 







.ille.;c Days Set For April 8, 9; 
Ivll Union Hi-School Seniors linilcd 



hfMi S^W\j%£ .1 




s..j.°5isU",b°'c3'k 



I,, .all, R,J,r,' D,jn; »» 







change- fo 


r [his capability, uppcrclassmcn sho 


"'^r h" 


oddic p 


estigc to and recognition of attainm 


nts i^ 




assman standmg. 




kec, b. 


gianted uppctclassmen. We main 


'V' ,h 


leaching 


student that he has sonic responsibi 


ity. '° 


gtaduatio 


ents, but is it not a part of educatio 


by 


benefits. 


d to suffer ihe consequences or reap 


S P" 


setiousj 


t them give real study to present m 


Z % 










ceptable leaders, then part of the I 


ult 




n the system. Young people are o 


niv " 


what thei 
make the 


superiors, todays parents and lead 





A fM U "In Memoi i 



SOUTHBil^ ACCENT 






They or We? better iponsfrunsHp. The«:'bil'iTjm« 

tiiiltntly rt/er (o (lio SA by climinilc some of (he comphints of 



iK?i 



ACCENJ ON Honoi S> Mem Issue StcUmt Mi<Mci<!Uti S'ttenttiut 'Pel 25 

. ■ The Acad emy Discussed Pio &( ui 




resentalioil Shows ^, s^ p,„jdcnt presented one Pupils of ihc muMc /aculi will conccriiie in a 1 ccum pro ram oe\t Saturda n* h h 

I Crane President TT.enei. SA radio p.os«m fejiured TalMrrnatle-Auditorium, February 25. Included among rhe performers are voralisrs. pianists on nvo 

Hrnentaion rf the lenior el.ss „" » pS^r'their " e™ T hiek and four pianos, and instrumenralisis. 

ic.id"my chjpel. Don Cr.nc was die''system''Tn offset 7heX"iou?'"d! lar program presenrcd in chapel last year. 

?'A"''u'3r'°.L»dl'thevl ^^']'^f^\'^'^'^°tSf^^^ SVn'r«p^t'4tS/i'°«K: Boymon Speaks. SA Park Project 

sresa.ni™ the el.., and ,i,e eortle, Shie.ed iS 7e,M t .""nee -Stth 2' fc? "f "wTViS ShoWS PictureS PlanS PrOgreSS 

°i5'ar'Teri'nr'i°edrfoll, h« ESr« nJTtojiSld*'. ^Tt' eribhing if sSh onSike™e.« icarL ]„ CFL Tonlgllt ,he'''s"°£it'°pl* To°eT''Z;d 

Sd'Bro«n''«ho'hi°UnVcol: S.e'.'i'eto"''" '"'' ""''"' "'' "*" f,.nt'id"pn ■dmi's'sim or°im£re^- ^Ide, Paul C Boynlon, who hu momenton, this week a, the Path Com- 

|,eE«IJe A^dimyh, ta.,^,™.^.oo, ^j>J»™^ mL'",s"led"Like'w',"' Sf tono,''",;™ fs'^ntS'to ptSm '^. .S"how"et"r» otTehij. ClTmSlt'mlt;,'!., ~'fhi"' 

the'tirofXTe'senSortr?;!*' Fel.. 19-26 IVaimd Brollurliood Week; ™t*f tlTs'id tSSML^'th" ' '" 

p£»'fc.5,?wS,e';"''.::" smc Broiii<.i-ii.)od-f:on»cioiis am Y.-ar iate'lS J,' aS',:,': ""* 




"e^itenoid^Zto "ende.or" °'"' ^^^ ^i^^"^ t^^ ^ ^^ Gager, Damron 

lan'd?"S^uth'li"Ve'Bi^tX^ "The d'ai'k ^j Anils'' tTcha'r'Tordinl"- sm-iec Seminar Speakers 

halt, darker skin, and ,iccented English ,,s'1^eM''as"dceorft^om, p^ns*^ to have ■'What Do We Mean hy Faith > 



I TEACH CA CLASSES 



English 111, and bays' physit 



^ .eiinre ™i,,e,i,^ ^ ^ ^^^^^^^ C'i"',;'i'';'' I' ■• 1 -i^ tau'io'» n," ■.i'lUn^jht eoio!, S 30 Pre - NiirseB Visit Flopida San; 

Lre*« p'e'stl'efcminj'E Bi'sli* Chh,"" la'n'u,„, 1 ei.a„„n: ia„ ,'n,a, SJ,'£f ."^^l^'.^," J*, Sem'a CrOlip FxpO|-|od tO RetUWl Mottday 



ibif'^'idi'"^ 



INTRAMURALS 



VSMC Radio Offers VIRGINIA i 



Barracudas Sweep Tourney, Take Title; New SA Program Dairy Bar Hostess SMC's Food Q„cen 

Wliales Down Dolphins in "B" Final ^ 




S°iim I'Tnat'^'nd'sibb.'ii. "" Report Activities ""^^ "* 

• The Upsiron Ddu Ph. mm arc HOME EC SMC rcm=mb«s her ."c 



IS (hey learned- wife (formetly t7^„»w /r„ 









';;";;;,:"t,':;;;2 Church Elects MV Leader Feh. 18 SE "rAlS'SeS-'S ™™>'l."."i 



pbjtd, followed by I 



5 



THE 



SO«T, 



^■uim iovirc 



\DR SUHRIE dies ('"iparteur Leaders Chinese Molif Gives Mystical Charm 

' ' Instruct, Inform, . n l •> c ' D l i 

F„„™i s„vk« wc„ hdd fo. Dr. Ambro.. L suhtic ., ' ' lo UasowaKita rorum s KegalemeHt 

Colleged.le on Sunday, Febiuary 26, following his death m Pasa- KeCrUlt MudentS . „ 

B. Becknor of ihc Collogcdalc SDA chuich, wiih the assistance of iJlj" IreLni w£" '''''"* '''^" " " 

Eldci E. A. Ctane, Dr. T. W. Walteis, Bidet D. B. Rebok and M " "^ " " " ' 
Icharles Fleming, Ji. Special ttibut e to this beloved educa o who 

Iby ProfcMOf Kenntth A. Wright, Married CoiipIcS 

"' '^" Mi°sionao' coiicgt (in ib- Fcast aud Enjoy 




A I \ I 



-""oiSlE" 



im's annual reception lot the men of Upsilon 
ladies and theit 



L_l 




The Editorial "We' 




respect and improved ou 



respect and improvca our respect nor oniy i«r ".»-". - ■■ ^ e- — - . ,^^^.,;^^ £^^.|^ j, ^^^ ,„„^— ^ CarJ ' MVdd;V o hi I 

him, bur for tlie .deals he stood for. He respected Amt"^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^.n^^i "Z.\o.n - rimmcd gl^s"- ^^'^'">- Climbing upon a har,dy d.e«or Co" wXg I 

PROMOTED STUDENT PARTICIPATION ^j^^^, ^^ ^^^^ ^^l 1^^, ^^^ ,|,u,(^ ^^.^ alight on her baforo sho could smash ;t. So down (rom I 

It was natural thai he should promote student ^lonc *ith tht corpw. Unwillingly 1 look my tTitrince hor perch lo safer rsgionishs fled. Cloarly, tha problem I 



= ''>' *''*;"S Wliat Oiieslions v"oI''"hii TSd Sr akZ eI'. ford."! 

fi by listening only. He put us to wotk, often »- „,i.h ,, ,„. n,h„ ,;„, th,n Ji.rm,. arad ; 

■ ■ "■ tandacd was perfection. But he People Do Ask 
than almost anyon " 

J .„ ^an of this college 

3 joys and problems. He had die ^ 

= humilit}' it takes to appreciate the studen 
rulyag 




.,„.. awfully the' students of Southern M 

sionary College today follow him to his rest. Ea 
eriy and confidently we students look foriva 



The SA budgi 
the SA coffers S 






(1 needed, 
s the sale successful? lOO^c partic 
jughf, but only a meager 12% ('^^ 



Master Chef 
W rif;lit Lifliii" 



of 392) participai 

The SA is thought of as primarily a colle^ 
enterprise. Maybe ihis idea neetl 

praisal, because W/, of all acaden., ._. .-.-. 

nied 43% of the total Coul 






idea needs careful 
F all a. 
^ , senied 
/ery good, but wh 



he^fsnihy: Ate 
««plc of girl: 



rollcge 



dcnly dkd down°"o' a respectful si- \f^^^^^^^ ^^^^l' ^r m V^^^^\^ \Va\ Ut\7\t. 



"southern' ACCENT S 



When wiil (he honor roll be rcjdy? in Jgrctment to some of ihe sUlemenh few who Ihoughl (ho). had dates buf were "^"^^^^^^ ^^^ 
l^'^^'MtClH' 'n "'^^ T^*"" ^"'"'''■' ^"'^'"''r""^''')' 1'"^= «e>c"fc™r/lo live afk^^ j|[!™'' GeorgB MoV^-'a (bu^ddT'^Tpl'O"'"' *''= ^''K j^'^j 



buddy???) sfatlo. 
crusty accopfat 



THE SOUTHERN ACCE 



ACCENT 




too Collegians Net $^t4 in Broom Sale Tabernacle's pa System improves; 
Z. ! Sound Kegulated to suit All Hearers 

M ' Lye ~7Zrr:i, :; S-iles Exceed Coal; The T.bc,„.ck pa ,y™m is con,i„„diy p,„g„^^^^^ 



The Tabernacle PA s 
:he direction of Dr, Ray Heirerlin. One phase of f 
- p _ _ - - jound.proof room, ihc only conracr wiih rhe onrsidc 

rrC Vu^n ^ I igj ^^j g way window through which lo see and some amplifier 

he"sA of SIH was " ^^' *" program. The assignnrcnt is so lo regulate the somrf I 




new I KNOW WKA TOEY MEAN BY WfflM IPUCATIOIl 



THE 



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Academy and High School Seniors GULP ELECTED '56-'57 SA PRESIDENT 
Briefly Observe College Life WURL, LARSON, RODGERS WIN 




'ra'. Sred \vhi;aker\«emiy"cc' Gyiniiastic Team ^°ll 

Id^: wivc-d letters of acccp,nnce from EntCrtaiuS Apiul 14 ^"' ^ 

J by the College of Medical^ Evange- I grouf 

lice of Dean Walter E, Macphcr- Situtdiy nighl. Aptil I'l. Tlie ll-man held I 

■■^ '" of a class of 96 prospective scu- ,vof); □„ parallel bars, ipccialliei on ITi 

°m" 1 school on the Loma Linda cam- jmsd,, ii,t; (lying tinfii, and smnls on lepor 

pus in September. the high vertical bars, ^i^lica 






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The Editorial "We" 



Welcome College L C T T E 13 $ 
Day Guests ^.ttorious 




bcnefic of working logethei as they now do under ;'.,^,^,';;[:,„^ ■^j",7';;„^,"''^h"''|,7;*i^^ SCholarS at SML tuoted in falga, but acwdZ tr-Phi" p"eiideni 

""orcraiirrhereTrrman, oihn items .hat '"" "' ''' ''"''Bl'HEti'' EdllCate for Llfc S "rl" ^,1^,"'*^ i,£'° l^i !,°.£*.i' 

Yes. we feet, finidly, that by organizing we accrue , ,.^ ciaiite To ^ ^^^^ e'Tfirst^'^nT'fotanost a Ird^s ^Tt^^^Xl^LlTuU^^ ''°" *" "'"' °' "^' 

individual, student though he may be. is recog- illii'h'^Xm'o.'t'lndt ro°St^oT s"Il°i"sm3'enB"'Sib' i'lth"n"c?ii! roon^?r\kt'mor,Vao^=Sl°'T!L'''l* °™im^l'.' 

niaed as an intelligent, thinking, capable being. ^^^ ^^ ^ unrtasonable domineer- rooms, Isboratories, shidy. recitation, war activated by the insfaliolion of'ping pong, vc 

We believe these things to be vital, yes esserttial, injj woman, bat once she becomes your and socially living together ate all a and is now being clothed wilh such finery or pa," 

out SA alive and progressive. herself gives perfection in her work of these iii a Christian cdurational The paramount shift though, is one that the old 

"southeIt^ ACCENT ;:?.l£'"fiv±?ni*",ro";.;; ;;"roi€d™.i{™;'i"' fr,m';;r.;;•'„rb.^•ottL"ro:|i:lt.'t 

., ,-,,„hyth.:M"Jtni.i ■"'"" '■'' ""' ™" ""oolhly because of lion of o.ct 50 tiuiliJitd Idchers. In ion for orovision will pressnMlself in the form al a l 

j„,l :it]: I., ih,: So..infRN «rclHsnc« or neglect to apply the .I'll:" . ''-v. ^■_-.. i diiJe. nunj- In that letter will be a itamped envelope to be u' 


















rAccENTON 7 ACADEMIES REPORT SENIOR ACTIVITIES 



The Academy " 



I Academy Day 
I Will Be April 30 



COLLEGEDALE 



^ h? '*' """'" 





llolh=ini.ilafcclhis™'k. Edi.o, McMurpIiyS AcCCpt "".nl.'Sm,' 1„. TO'".','cn,i 



iVpiid ° "iT lo join iht Atiliy .1 QUARTET ON LOOKOUT vi 



I TOT Members jta» ai™. m.,., ,„ tei, h,™.. ,ac. n„™ K,o£„.d, ,h. pi.H *. 

I Commissioned Dunng Ihc course or his iray hce mental music Robed LcBjtd, who '^> 

Mr. McMu.phy has liughl Bible ind p|i,ed (he bsritone horn, is » iopho- ^"^ 




l^mslormed the COLLEGE HONOR ROLL lilliei 






^. 






HALLOCK LEi 






THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 




ourifi 18-11 win ovM the Jcl ■;B;; CllorallstS Sing In ^^bt''numbcri- 

^ht^ edited Ihc "B" -niunder- FuiC NcW UniforillS ihc ChoralSi'pf«"nled'some of their thtK-tjijartec length ^h.^ 



MOURNERS- BENCH InVned fr™ thei. "tSn'dTonr of the leidj n,«,i(eited in the blending of hi.ins tvithin the o/Einiution the U^.n^StjI'S jji 

B, \V»LT!« Wutl. yeii. Frid»,.Mjreh31,ll.ee.onpsing *™ ^^iS IheOTlj'n'ThTtSn TO SiSill'StlS'SiS ""o'd' mSs « "inot in phyticl 




THE 



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Choralists and Adelphian VINSON BUSHNELL TO EDIT 1957 YEARBOOK; 
I'^^'fl''.!".^"''.!''^*'^''^'^''^ WSMC OFFICIALS; SEVEN CHAIRMEN ELECTED 



eaturc the Choralists under the . r. . i 

[jreccion of Prof. F. R. Cossen- Accent BiValuated 



I ing. Saturday night, May 5. The Associated 

be spotlighted in the con- Press evaluated th 

will be Dick Wuttfcc, bari- South 

|iooe and president of both the rarinn 
lelphian 



Jr.be and McChiie 
Managers 

incll will edit the 




TWO SUMMER SESSIONS SCHEDULED; ;7 "" ' "■ 

SIX WEEK TERM BEGINS JUNE 10 Jr'liB^lHi'iiEi 

Southern Missionary College announces the Suramer Session ^'id^j.^l'/ s",o00 l^on)xZl ipite^^l 

whichwillbeginon June 10, 195G. The nine-week session is divided F" broomwinder Job;: is currently 

. into two terms. The .first term is six _weeks long beginning June ^' Pf"'J=in of iho Married Coup I is 

beginning July 22 and ending August 14, 

Tlie new Dean of Southern Missionary Colli 




The Editorial "We" 
^iutf&t^MA and Sh€^\ 



squiied 



w hurt a bii. And indeed i[ would, 
only one day. How, 
Sprini ■ 



June, and b( 
ilcases her benumbing grip, college is 
nother year. That's what makes Spring so sneaky. 




The homogenicy of nature is quite tematkable. ^';;'j" J'" i'" j^-j^tTA'ble^^^ REBUTTAL , 

In [he Spring the sap rises in the trees. In the ,hisyL-jr have yielded considEtjble pro- q.^^ ^AWm: 

Spring the saps also succumb to the wooing of u,^ tut we should ncvcf rat on past "n delighted me lo find om ihJl at "' 

balmy days and let commencement day sneak up liutds. This unfortunate «per,ment of |„, jomcone is liking notice of the „, 

on them. There are just 21 days left before final [^*^;'j"^,^'|'°^'' ^"°^j^'„ j";^''^;';'' „„ ''^■"'l- ^^'^ '" " '^'■3J°,'J' Xjid ^' 

long, and ihcn Spring becomes your friend. oiCw^' whik .em""ine "Xr/c ol |,"rv!j'ijr''' ^' """ " """ '' jl...,, ^ _ 

Mixed p4'Be Sc^oem ^^^^f^^,:::^^^ c^o^.^HrEHfii^Hii SEVsitrnH^^'H^^^^ 

'j ^"""■=''' '-°'" S.P.A. and B considerable loss of ■point 

'* Authentic Questions ^J^^^ ^tha^wiia°y°Ke' ■'bulge'''' it^^o 

Asked of Registrar oller solved) by «orioLis dieli and ^edudr 



Washington Missionary College, the "Iniiuirer' 
mentioned that the college is experimenting with 
a mixed alphabetical system of chapel seating. 
Those contacted for the opinion poll agreed una- 


and lulnolic lo his S 
''"^'"if'Ih'^'sA^lio 


nimously thai II was an improvement over the con- 
ventional system of having the sexes on opposite 
sides. 

This mixed system is used by several other 
SDA colleges and we believe that if the arrange- 


(ACP) - More proc 


and respect for the speakers and dimiobb the in- 


frti/sydntTVjH 


now. In planning for next years academic pro- 
gram, we suggest that the College Administration 
and the Student Association study the fcasibiltv 
of the plan and consider adopting it as an experi- 
ment for 1956-1957. 


'Hf.iu'!i!^">l''eJ™m 


'?n^te^9tudie 


'uMci;. J»;i^.,Ul^j 


Evidently some patrons of WSMC are dis- 

in the last month vandab of the lowest caliber 

have tampered with receiving facilities on the 


young college people 


tL'.ttMiir hill cjusinj; undue headache and repair. 


le^ioiIl'Sntiilgl"'^ 


u.d i..r . J.n W hv should the majority, who ap- 


any olher segment of 


P . P P P fi B 


coolly and tlcaily writ 



pliwlion )'<:L for 


— ■"she 


^ 


1 Ahvin Tayiob 
j News Nose 
J Cold Adam's Al. 
Nocturnal Aiiliis 


'"„lS'Sn'ira 




IcEc'bly'ta'l h 


fS 





"^ouTHiTOf ACCENT iHif"; l'^£'S sr'^LsxsH'H i!iii'!§'!'s'lW™E3trtt:x| 












„i °oll'r(T,l.ph..= cjll) !: 






^E SOUTHERN ACC 



A(~(^FNT ON ""'"' '"''■'■''*' Beaveii 'fHaU e&mM cutd "y^uUHfiit 7»*> Pe-Uo^ at 

|/-\N^N^1-1'' 1 N^l->l . . . Speaks in City e^'uUiM 1(,uct/i T^Mf 

. . . Collegedale Academy sr;H£l:'c!r:^l Nai,.,aiists 



Academy "Lamp Post" Distributed; 
I Dedicated to Elder Paul Boyntou 



Spend l^'ldrl'^'' Kcond''" .' '"jnnt/t.r'Lhe 

Week End at Canyon "'} '' 'J^SraiiJCft'cons.m 



r Paul Boynton ■»» of Alcohol,™ from W„hington. laiv, of fhi flralfflif" fht' o'mr«i "'S; eta"""" '^"'''"' 

I Picnic for Seniors ColliTcdale Acdcmys hmoty «pi- fh'5 wjs (he firsl countj-nide m«t. n^^n^^cif di°^jjjon*'«ircioudlrnd '^"j^"' ^"' ^'^''" ^PP"rJocc rhii 

[ Held at Cumberland '™'. ^c-u disttibutod to tht studem? holism, -rai From Alone.'' .i Method- [hr!innu!"sprmc^ou^ng*l^f"hrSMC ^^'^^ oonvcned hcie Tuoday night. 

CFL Next Year "I; ,..,„,:.„:., 'f'""'^'" 'H§°™i;" S"™ ' r""!'??! 






.ho ,..ll,- «n,ed to rensh "^^ 
ti, .locpine p,„phe,o.ll.. ™, 



ACADEMY VISITORS 
PARTICIPATE IN FULL 
CLASS SCHEDULES 



KNOW YOUR SENIORS 



=■ Gordon Hyde 1957 
Speecli Teacher 



Class Officers Spotlighted Today 

_ ^ Todiy Colkgedilc Aadimy wel- Senior iliTs "cs'dcotlohn Thnrbcr thrint n"lion7Ljtlo /cuh Preii '"^ ^ E J McMurphy. who jc 

Aspiring Physicists "J""„'^'| ''fo"^e',ultr'd«t"otir'in '"''' from^Ke^w.' Nov^Hjmp^'tlrrc' Jcnt TMheTntur'e 'auMncs " U-jde'ri '^Hyde 'I'yr'r'loJte'^f EMC. rs nork 

Anyone in the Annex tvho happen- "['o^^j^o ^Pj^'i'^^^^of the ninth jnd ^°^^^ ;'o,rrha,"S^"indis^ns"ble'"7n "^'"^ " ' '""^" °f '^e Art l-oret 









Sitzi»^ ?«. 









n=ll, someone eome, in 
I'd fte Tmo'eVt"-?;™"' 









PAINTINGS S 






;n UEion. , 
""''' ■ .. " r.WnBA"?h.'d™,""„"r,K^^ 



plty, t.-o » 



;thern accent 



^ j,A A A ^ , *r> Talge-itcs Cainnai";n 

C^atCeae <w /^tuMaC Student l^€iu ^ r\ r 

^^ f ' ror Uorni I' iii'iiiiin'c 

Times' Bradley in j" i 

Chapel Speaker 'm «ni •. 

The Srudent Association took Chapter ConduCtS HJImUl t j i I 

ki' frl'rtoT "Zo"m w^J McCallie Chapel "''I?;: Ifrn^l,, [^ ,"I 

"mn Uo«c/er, bui ^btnancc of ^1 ''l '" Chi'"n^K|;. «ii condudcd ^°^!^IT\ ^^t,J^^^i,X K^t^ Yarn : 

ihiiolkgLs annual Siudine Da) '^' l\\h^'^Lr u'j«"a mTT'tt," {"'(^'"".ni W ft uJwjII ^'^r^'n ' 



labfil P«l hi£hl 
.hifelc) s spcich w 



sunt b) J-dj ' 



Mf 



r.igc Hill 



t CU. b) 1 



iim,f'tt^itL^\. 'ov^' ^o"?wdrnt SfrUtt^ (^wed ^i* 

dcmo'^ra'tingTrir abjli^y'^o ^um" ^* ^.^^ 5;^6«ftM tlic furnilurc thij iiinmief- Dr. Wjllcrs 

'"No'J^a'n'Hndley.MccudVc editor of ^ B) D«-.iin NfclNTOsH dairies ind busincsi of Ihe wulh lo 

ihc CballMooga Timt, Slid in d»p<l ^^ 1^^' "'■-■ "';-^ ''i^>.. bmst f,jrlb help w,th rhe cvimpiign. 

cvetydar life and aiiiwdej ^r'"!; ,' '/ " . ' ,'" Mciiiphis State Baiid 

Some of Ihc guides Budlcy empha- 'uinniLr ;■ . . ,l^ 1 

Si™JtLE:,b.°'rSJrpS f'S^i : i.i.j Plays for SMC-itcs 







F^"— '« S°S3i:";i.t3i°5 w;^;s^^"t.;:'^s,!C .i..uM!,inu,inFir.,; ^p^"™ Dei.a n 

Uhcrei|uiied amount in i V[.[!oft Ked'eatlOll Lpillf 



Migm. fiom 1,'s just euod 't 






^u^ rr.-t„(Jntuf ll'R-Da>..wJ:,t"f'ldi, llu "lid uniun pjuh h liut ^CLU^il'rn.m Tlllllk YouVc '"'t^ "s'^ti"' 'h'"*' M i^'"'''''' ^': ' 

!i^H'??';H';E''E?':;!£.:i:: i:':£;If''l"h"t'';:5H';iH working Too Hard? j^i^jitliSE''''"'"""' '^■•■: 

:,'l',S " ""■ °" '"' S°loSs,°»Doi""'' '"'"' '" b"M:h.n r,n inlo , ,ijW piKh„,-°d«: Don Wil.on. A,. S,nd„, .n, 

I , ;■""" MV Sponsors Supper iM^niirtl fc°; ^c'StiS.^ c,„t".?",r'ftTsXL li? j;' ' 

i-^-VrTf "'-i??' And Tr;,in,„^ liuod Z^SSZXTiSX/'Z:^, :3!-JJ'°" ^^ K™ » ACCENT coKHECtlc 

j'^d' is'toronhcMcr'p"'''"" ' A I. lol^Sd mimon ivhidiTtavJd^ niil. nf Sicit win over Ihe Sabt-t^ ind ont SENIORS RALLY 

D.„ l|-i/„„'''I'|?.' p,„,„d, |„,|, ""!" "'i '°"in°l.'n° "'21 million who »re "^'J^f, ^'^^p"^; ' ^'^j}' 'J' , Jo," "to "n M "liT rf" 

'.":'■,;'■:',"' ' " '" / ' ,,;'::':;,' ;'";■;' ,'.,n,nd"'!io,S,pi«.,°'n,"jnrh».. soumnK accmt ,cpo,Kd 

' '" V... . „ ,,,., ,'■ > .1: ;..',., .„,:,.. . nnJ.Vm'g™"™™^^^^^ ^p.l hn't m. l'mp°"B"l. 



THE 



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Kinsey States SA's Finances 
Stable in Final Message Today 



Student-Faculty 
Directory Voted 
By '56-'57 Senate 

Student-Faculty pictun 



Photographer Hall Features 
Scenic Hawaii Tomorrow Night 



>ciety, has taken hin 
)f the provinces of Cans 
rom boyhood on," Hall i 



:r the auspices of the Natio 



of the Uj 
e found the study 




Siiliri 


e Memorial 


To Be Finished 


Eailv 


Next Year 


?Z£u 


^ident Dean Kinsey 
st^te of. ihe-Smden. 

on speech today in 


£F. 


jh the SA operated 
adically new budget. 


budget ha 


b^n'w"c!d^wit"so^ 


,,S7(^ 


"Acc;r:nl°;=t:rci: 



Lynn Voted '56-'57 Accent Editor, 
Second Girl Editor in History 




ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 



Oh, Il's Speedo 
Please Sign Mine 



Senior Class Officers Portrayed 







sen handy jusi imt "ir. ■ C?uli 



ACADEMY PICNICS 



Parullx Fntri t mis 
1956 Seniors In 
Delightful Fete 

ilLhliShn 



T^aiK. TSoot Seer ^(oati gommiui 



^t;,,,^ ''" ■ 


H<». 


1,,,. .1 ,. 


Seni 


US I'lcmi 






Promptly it l:Ou the joftbJI 
stniMic icjumcd. Spurred on hy Ihc 




biscd on the Olym 
pbn/w«em.dcvo 



BALLEN6ER, TAYLOR, McCLINTOCK, 

E;r£I:3:^i kinsey, tran, jensen featured 












L,™.J<™n.lht<>nl,hom 



fffi^WfS 



Is Journalism Practical 

- oppoitj 



"Wand Seiutt<n o^ ti^ 1fe«t 




Six SMC-ITES TELL OF 

EDUCATION 



Chapel and Church Evolution 
Traced from Yellow House to Now 



The busiling crowd has dispersed. A silence has fallen 
r bell beckoning rhe siudenrs to rhe chi ' 






Coggin To Head Club Council 
LeBard and Godwin His Assistants 



Ingrain, DeVri< 
Shigley Win 

n, BENNV Bl.«KI 



Columbia Coed to Mix Archaeology and Teaching; 
He Goes by Gomer, Mac, Wild Indian, Peon 



L,en ha. ..rived. Sum 
Mr,L,nn/indUi.pl.i 



Si.f''j«irf''rS!n™iS''. 



., o(,l,eG,mCleb.S 
i"n .r'he'upilZ I 



Seven Presidents 
Taken History 
Majors or Minor: 



, Jordan, 
tod,.Jo"7hs' 
























Formula for Failure Explained 



,el( ta^aen.l, ho» 
„ad,. .,,■ » lamp 



THE 



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44 Take Part in 40th Graduation Exercises 




The Sditorial "We" 



of on'rdilSrtharwiira«omp.ny your colkfic "^A^cJZ. 
To keep a respt-crablc grade point average, you will need 
to apply yourself diligently. Come prepared to Study faiih- 



We as Advcmisis need to guard against materialism. We 
ate obviously living in an age of abundant prosperity. We 
havf mote than we have -ever had before, and we also w.int 
mOR tfiJ-i ne have ever wanted. Do we believe ih^r -177 l--: 
durii 1-. ni>i of this world? If we do, then wl- v. .H ' • ■ 
sptiiJmL; fot iltms ihal have only snob appwl ^\ 

worry :ib..ut -kcfping up vv'ith the Joneses.'' (\ --■ 

wanr- lo keep up— the iriek is lO^t'i ahead.) Tbc,^ ..>.i J,, .:■. 

W'hi. makes such obvious admonitions necessary.' We re- 
rcmembor that "the love of money is the root of all evil."' 

sess monuy to fall into the trap of materialism. Pre-occupa- 
tion with thoughts of money— cither having ii or not having 



1 detriment to the 



I "Plus" In Student Association 
%itli Ixadorsliip Training Plan 






ScCcfttC^ Steal /iu^et^ef 



.any I. 



.aluahlc 






and learned, and ihc ACI' First Class award, we believe 

[hat the ACCENT has emerged through 1955-56 successfully. 

Wt- have had a lot of fun bringing you the campus news. 

Judged from appearances, we looked considerably busier 

Accent stacked around, the comfortably cluttered du.sks. 
the worn-looking old chairs, and an impressive library of 

pression of business-like sincerity. We arc not leally that 

iriousness was rampant. To publish the ArxENT naturally 
there ate many who tontribuie greatly. We sincerely thank 
the persons who co-operated with us this year. 

inheriting this position, we would also pass on to Joya Lynn 
[he ncwsaches, sleepless nighis. and joys of seeing a new 



SOUTHEiM ACCENT 





ACCENT ON 

■ Collegedale Academy ^ 



Social Program 
Varied, Satisfy 
Students 



Clarence Chiun 
Assistant Tessor 



Art Depaplrrtent 
Has Exliihitinn :it 
Oilman's Gal I. TN 




Academy Awards Forty Diplomas 


Aeadem) 
rsday, May 
vhcn Elder 

your fio.i1 a 




^eaii a( Scliaat U 

J 7Ha^ S3 


ed CO Collcgcdal 

2-i, 3t StOO p.m.. 
Paul C. Boynton, 
mcnc speaker anc 

ishcd [hem lo "K 

climbinj; diily (owjrd 


!?iiS3t^Sr 


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SSiirsiipij 


S[g|;;Z'S 


^^jS 


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s;:"-Jd'"p,s«i,ri; 


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""Al%9S«^,,.d. 


ing c\^ ,s 


KNOW VOUR SENIORS 


'i^c"!' and*" j'l 


7U«e t^taduaCen ^^ataetetijed 


., ,. 1»,, Onn girt. 


n Ihc fi.Dur 


Hi 


«d ill of his 


isiiH^u^iiSsS 


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Ksnnolh Vance 


"h^" hobby- IS flymf jr.a 1. ■ 


r..iB. 




k-s. 


Ensbni). Ht aritndL-il Carhjys High 


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2nT>fe,K.d,.'<dy Xr gnd^u' 


l^<£ 


tirop ^_ ^ 


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t""X°L ""hf"h 
ws"pt<siditit of the 


Gjlltgcdilc 


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yi:'a':z'.T£-L:% 


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Pimtiial \^'oik in I Summer School With Recreation, Air- 

Pr,|K 



.''^" ' .,, Till- I Condition, Seminar Chapcb Enjoyable 



Kennedy Directs Summer Session; 
Other Professors Tecch, Study, Recruit 



V. H i Miiil Sliidy 

rilMlSMC 



"1 ''°"'° 



, John Chriit'cnsen, 


" ayde G. Buihncll wUI ipaid the 


=Bss^: 


hHi§Sf 


l"'FDi'''"H£w 


--ivaid hit Majtct'i dcgire a_t Ihc 


Mllc.nDKtetics^ ^ 


Do* will ,nvm 1. & 
' '" '°'L 


u.o^mThc"*,^Lr,c'dr",'i^"nt^af 


Ihc, Wllllim, .Ml 11- 


western University it Chicago, 111. 


sgrcc »t Michigan Sute 
Icich during Ihc iKona 


nlw'A'dm"Hl^[ion'''^t'thcUn'i«J 
Michigan. 



Sat-t^ S.'?H.^. Sc4.&aCo^ 'Ptop^eU 









BA ^: lis l)t-i ces May Be Earned in 20 Fields 
Pr('-l*ri(U'ssioiial,Two-Year Courses Offered 






nicdy wd fine opporlu 



p'koP'p^riufiX' 




Mrs. Undcchill and I have had the oppoccunity of work 

ing with such students for fouttcen yeats. During these ye^ir 

we have fottned many fticndships which we iteasutc. For m. 

^■ears we had the opportunity of serving in Texas where "i 

Found true -Southern Hospitality," We found a moit friend!' 

people and conscientious students. We ace now looking ftir 

ird to meeting each one of you this summer and fall. I 

ill indeed be a pleasure to make your ac(|uaini3nce and <.■ 

Id you to our list of friends. Please feel free to incroduu 

yourselv, ' 



If ther 



.ore pleasa, 
my way in 



,vliich 1 



ipecial help - 
isk. I'feel conndent that thi 
St pleasant one and that w 



If you leave a white post 



a perfectly, 
a grey po^. 
always be painting n 



THE 



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SQUTHalN^ ACCENT 



14 SUMMER SENIORS PARTICIPATE IN ^Onn nnn p|„,. h«r*..*.«i. r^ii^^^j^i^ 

SUMMER COMMENCEMENT AUGUST 14^200,000 Blazc Desfroys Collegedale 



Wood Products Factory; Near Total Loss 




Clui[icU Promise 

Toltr Illln-.-tilli- 



wctUy .sstmbly horn hiv 



Chapel Completely Renovated to 
Accommodate Over 600 Collegians 

Lynn Wood Hall chapel is being complcccly redcrcoraied 
,nd enlarged this summer, The seating capacity will be in- 
teased to accommodate apptosimately 600 by the extension 
if both the from and back of the room. 

A new Model 10 Baldwin organ will lake the place of 
-— -^ _, the old pipe organ. 



Electronic Orgai 
To Be Installed 
In New Chapel 






audit< 






lap paper 



^anelofai 



tile do< 



ights recessed 
into [he ceiling W-- 
led by rheostat. 

The 23-foot w 
be dccotarcd with a grey cyclo- 

The public address system 
'da, 



"ZUteUn^l Sfrea&i ^tademiccM^ 



pl.«Vr" 



ai.c in hdpinB I 
>'displmrb, I 




1 is the Division of Nursing ditccii^ by 
ho has so ably developed che collegi 
norsing ptngram at Union College. We will open this fall 

""coogmoV" 

of the Pctiodate'Oxidation of Simple St 

-ats." Professor Wattous will defend his dot 

nonth: wc feci certain that by the time yt 



ling States 
Plant Insured 
For 8175,000 




Air.Conditioning at SMC Makes 
School More Enjoyable 



Colle 


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Fidel 


ity Sold 




Colleiic 


High Fid 


clity hi 
.d by 


■."oo" 


gmjtor. P 


rofKioi 1 


R. Cos. 




mlion ' 


"ssM'm 


5i°„; 


E: 


.mS 


iB eifiht 
a, Colleg 


High 


Fidelity 


"'.'"i 




allege, 
ploym 


irL 


t"n,""a'' 


.""afta 


^'iT* 


e high 










lined Ih 


nagh Ih, 


ellarls 


of^Mr. 


JISJ" 


SMC a. 




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tul^ 


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fri'n"" 


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"lis;; 


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people of 


Saa'i 


^iblc 


the 


College 




It, ten 




HrS 






;:,£ 



■Thcic paghl ti> bt 






legcds 



lant cmplujera who immcdiitely 



Il.era,o«a„pl,nliiaaeofloa, 
b.s,n«,e, apanled b, College In. 

SMc"pi/,S'Jd aoae ""he '? 

™r,'ni.'jro.iy'°o"'4i"s 






'56.'57SAWiII 
Make Debut In 
New Giapel 



R^^V 



The Editorial "We" 


WSMC's Sixth Year 
Plans Revealed 


T«f BOOK MARK 


^V RO^.AVNE GODWIN 










7Ve deofut T'^^f*^ Z>9iH<^ 


wZcZ^HsLt., 


si^i%£i'iH'''i''™s; 


!^ ^ A# ^^^ Raincoat 


Today ideas of educational methods ate many and varied. 
Existing are concepts all the way from the traditional, "old 


voice of Collcseili'c' Owned and 


,'hVOT"m°lbiS!l!''lb.5^S^' 


l^t^^ Naivete, Experience Jibe 


school", schoolmaster idea to a modern democratic progres- 
sive type of education. 


"^ ^h'Ts "lloriX^^el^fion 


",°'',""if'eondal1!t 'beSot 




The reasoning of those who employ the first method is 




















nwraci- But the lattet lends to believe that the best way to 




^' ' 


■'■■ "" '' '■'■■■ '■' 1" M3ude 


daughlers, Tlie other girls wcr 


wain is through a democratic student-teacher cooperative 


ictvli!! W t^h. "t""he'^ ilud^li! 


^e /( 


■ :..!i'"hoI 


quite envious of those five. 


sysLcm. 










SMC DEMOCRATIC 


tcge. This objeO.vc will be ottied 


Sitnph^i Ace, of .'exeol K- 


lio-c (h.. AV.nl: 'bnn£s'ou*!°Ehe 


Swayze Inl Jennie'p^.M' ia"i? 


■'On (his campus the opinion prevails that the college exists 


foil. Evcf^ihing within iW power 


tessiooi. 


Kit and noblest in human beings. 


Ihei'r new iil'i« w'housewif ' " 


ptimatily for the welfare and training of its students, and thai 
students iearn by doing.'" The SMC student "learns by doing" 




z'^z'^'dHf'H'^i 


IJ I .heSJoMl^££'' S 


wish them much happiness. 

Every ^tor.dly evening most „ 


n two general areas: his work program and his Student 




oor 'summer libiuy stiff? They arc 


working and nol going lo school. 




Association participation. 




J.le Aoshrtm.o, Barbara Shirle, 






Although the work at SMC is primarily to provide the 


195'i"-l'9S6, vtr)^"riou/ jnd im' 


Beans. Job, Bro,o. and (of eoorse) 


now for the second semcslcr, but 


an informal worship. Choruses at 


student with a way to defray some of his expenses, he may, 
aside from this mercenary goal, benefit from putting in prac- 


KpiTbi^n'tSMi" 


''Sf'i'S'iSaTChs 


!? EL4?^ii2;^"e'"5'''£''. 


these worship periods very much 


tice the lessons he has learned in theory, such as printing. 






Belle flyrd. We arc glad that they 




secretarial science, library science, and mechanics. 


Iht^/hTht^Iicl^of'lhc SA and 


who arc taking ''f7'">"T .e^"' 




T^ey have been Dr. Lauritzen, Dr 


SA EDUCATES 


Sp«ih Depanmenl; however, ihcie 


D«/ jehnny. by GUdfs Hist,' Or- 


bumer'.'^^fhr Kopi^e ' h w ^ki'n 


Mr. Chace, M"""piungian, Mr. To 






rail. Ifs the story of an eight-year- 






iy.> Jn reality isn't it just an unnecessary burden that keeps 


(o accomplish some of it next year. 


old boy j'^'''°«.P";„"j"^"^,,'^'|;^^' 




and cordially Invited to^rew"""^ 


lim from getting the most from his class-room studies?" are 










ome of the questions we face concerning the Student Assoda- 




Ito'his parents reali« iust"how 






on We answer that to learn through doing is a basic prin- 
ciple of true education. The school that believes this will not 
thrust its students out on the world with "nothing but a stufi- 
cd calibte of theories in search of the practice of a practical 


itici, and programs to the extent 
where the liitening audience will be 
fully utiified. TTiis, however, b 


vwfc is "Good Morning, Mill 
Doi-tf; the slory of a lady who is 
the typical, storj'book "old maid 


27 Year Teacher 
Oilando. Florida, is' the person in 


hottest day weVe had with her rain 
J^^^"^?|.M^yheMr.S.«iercoutd 


It is vital to an educational program that it give opportu- 


Record Hour 


?f;r-D;:e''tl,v»'le"b.!S;i" 


h«"taushrfm'"ttenTse«n"ye!n 


o^rs Tn cdlege"for"h*e"fiTtC' 


nity for originally expressed leadership. "There must be pro- 


Shortly before bringinj; lo a close 


everyone was 'locked. II w^ quae 


Mrs. Wanda Aldridge and Mrs! 


we ate enjoying our associatlDn to 


vided a means whereby students may mature their minds 










through a free method of intelligent planning and organized 








pleasant vacation until Scptcmbc 


execution of worthwhile projects. Instead of being expected 


(0 inititule a new progHm on (he 






merely to carry out rhe ideas imposed upon them by their 




lo^u 'Thin': "Joil^or!-" file ^F^ttj! 




rcedom in developing their own individual tlieories." It is 


some ot the most liked records, Ii 


this i< ^ I""!; IK.U ivill r,,nvc.l lov.. 


^^^^ 


his practical experience that the SMC SA piovides for the 


wi^'^thTheTp j^'d'^cMptrXn of 


all''.'.' '■-'' ' '■' ■' ' ■-"' 


J* ^ WAYNE TAYLOR ! 


Is this carrying of responsibility while taking elasswork 


weVl'ikerpri^'a^VxT'jw' **"'' 


^t'<i-'r,'" 


\2^-^- f^ Gliost Voices 








11 an unthinking group of politicians, the students who 
tamed the SA constitution realized the possibility of serious 
nierfctence of cxtra-cuiticular duties with scholarship and 


among the student-body, we discov- 

p.rticiplio^proE<an^°l? I inThe 
pUnsrornexlye^tto^havesuchprc^ 


iSiifilHHaf' ''"'"'''"' 


■^jSim \ Word for Skeptics 


aid down a rule in Anide 6, section (a), which makes it 
nccessarv for the officeholder to maintain slightly above ave- 


an opportunity lo express fheir 


Staff and re rters on the btesl 


The "good 'ole summertime- has 


the floor from Ihv doorway to l,i 


age scholarship or sacrifice the office or some of the offices he 




developments upon the campus 


hit us again Among other things. 


bed, or the small speaker hanginc 


bolds. 

Let us be proud of our democratic school government and 


affairs and problems. 


<t has brought the problem of how 


S Slennce! werV'rather^p 


strengthen it by using it to learn through doing. 


Up-lo-DalB ^^ _^^ 


ofCili^'uI^lhl!^ br^i^''X 


mendabk job of air-conditioning 


(hat'uley''ihiuld r^mbl"so dowK 




^^ili^Jk^^iiJ^x^Jii 


f''.f"lij"'*'"'''"'''"'^""" 


bl^r,wn"d'SrBuS^ 


Trawlc^"nd Bo'^b^BildwIn"'"' ^' 


Ttw'ir 'm^ /in ')^U€f 




"^^T^Ll^^jZ^^^^^ 


NS,'arm»^7gemfn^a'n; 


of the "SOUTHERN ACCENr 


£auaUe. £ocal Jladtf-JlaH.imaAk 


fn:;'.:d'!brdbi";;-"':'''Amrg 


q''ui?K^" " wTT^'''aU 'S" 




£ikei. Jl^e, PeOfde, 2>o^ 


"i. , \,. z.,':^]!;^^ 


ship will be deepened by his sue 


raising subs this year, so there is no advantage in wait- 


A Chac^cteh Skctch By C. B. Hom-e 




rectly. We wish Ivan the best o 


ing for a letter from n student before subscribing— DO 


Lei me tell you aboul a lovable 


hear the gracious words of thu 


iiu'lM,, L...I .f..i ihiutJ,i^y'lu^ia« 


Bye Billy 












lu li![unL' Manage.'! feUTVlWN TcCENT.^'collcgcdaK TeTn. 


privilege Of knowing since coming 
!o Southern Musioniry College. 


or^'lheTeairof '"eie'^m"' bteth" 


and stepped out into the abyss of 


of'L^"u'!i^^r'as"his' Ule"!"' with 




^nVwi^h'^cl^-lik" re^VriiJ 


'"she'h^TchieTed he"r g^'in life 


Ill^leThTwilfbil'^the di^tSe 


IZTLihel'JalmoflhTremarbblc 


Name 


through the years have chistled out 


She has given her sixty-seconds 


September. 


However, Billy is a nurried man 




of"fame!°and"e'f" h« S" onf of "ihe 


noT w lulf or^'duti^"" so' pr«finc 


Speaking of old and new faces 


he WIS no longer to be found amon. 


Street or P.O. Box „ ^. 












The erosion of time and ihc exact- 




be worthy of mention. Dean J L, 


sented both in worship and as in 








Edwards has already left us and Is 




1 1 


polished after the simdmidc^or^^a 


can/laugh hf^atlily at a humorous 


taking up work in the Carolina 


"°'^-, . . f j[| .^^ 




Tn he; i'ron'gtay harand"etched 


somtt' side Tf" life, 'f """""^ "" 


served'ably in the position ihTsu;^ 


skeptics. Our new furniture has 


™SOUTH^Ni' ACCENT 


An and dcfinemeni are plainly 


studtnl's) and also dogs. And is 


Upchurch, bis already arrived and 


d'i«'^.ll^''yol'K^^^^^ 


g^^ -n^^ .„„.„b,-i«..i. 


rich experience of study wid te>^. 


proverbial altitude, but has opened 


Upcburd. and hope he will enjoy 


any'cootiibullon will be put togcod 


i^^" sTl^lt"'; A.M- ,, l^ :!,.',.,.. .n^^'lTff'TTl^,^ 


globe such as Mexico. Spain, France, 


his arms and taken her in. 


One night this summer Jack Stur. 


when the appointments In our rooms 


•i^u^^ SS".'; £i™ ri,„;™, cji;„ ' »■>•*''"»' 


^r'T'jJiitinj uii^-^^rj^it- 


tragi ' hiZ- oTfat'rHe['d«imL" 


gilE was awakened by the sound of 


ra!'t'e'anrcom°o«"wd"m'lke'"TalE 


3iSE's;SS''^S'l™BA'SiVC?''H5',l 


ifraii^comZn'^t with''th=' rtst 


complications of a broken hip and 


bui"hr«uld''n'St7i^iei''ti'o'r'ri"' 


Hall the show place of the ampus 
We pull our heads down out of 11; 








clouds though, but still senouil 


,»r. «. M,. ,..i..!.;,p,', „„.'•" ■' ' "»■•"-■> 


Jn"S,T'^MS^m^SZti 


No"£c^|h«'she'^us7go''bui 


in%Vati-■'"^h;'';rem'i'^He 


futt«^l''^'td?urVll!seotfuJ 








could find nothing. He didn't even 




PubUthM 


who miy be ducoungcd at (he 


characteristic of her life, and is 


see the small wire tunning along i aeiier. 


SUMMED STAFF 




infectious smile: and (he knows 
how to "dangle the arrols" before 


CME Accepts Namihas for Medicine 






Appears on TV's "Strike It Rich" 




Cdlumni.u Ronurnt God.b. ^X'.^^« T.ylu 


Ivjn Namihas who was leccnlly 


which he will use at Loina LinJj 


SZ"'- "■"" ''"" 


'" Tir"iii°',h " "'""' 1 .. 1 


Jh.u ,. m them .nd still no. lose 


Me'jici^e w« o^nThe Nc^°°York 


rir'and^hatTen cZas^sinK '' 


V;nu»i Bu>hnEli. ShifltT CcdT. Aidonni MuDus. Lpin Siuli 


jremi lo unljtij ' ■ ■ 




Strike it Rich" TV program 


Spartanburg, South arolini. )ini.t 


n.""^.^'„f t ^''^"'''" n. . , L. 


before he t* , 




list »'«''-'" addition to the HBO 


then with L,^_E. J^^'^^"' y^,,!. 


p^;in.i.l AJ.^« TV Mi,T riiii 


raVe"'"™'' -. 




inswering a number of questions 


They arc reWrning to Hamilton 


Bui.no> AJ^iiCf H, c Mi.tll 




1' ■ 


he received a S500 micioscopc 


home in Orlando, Florida. 



UNDERHILL SPEAKS ACADEMICALLY 
[ions will be in order. Elder BanI