Document Type

Newspaper

Abstract

  • G.T.C. Literary magazine Ready Next Week
  • First District Teacher Chosen For Competition
  • G.T.C. Choir Will Present Music In Sandersville
  • 'Atoms for Peace' Exhibit Shows Peace Time Atom
  • Dining-Student Center Will Be Built This Fall
  • Senior Players Are Entertained By Homemakers
  • Jackson to Edit The George-Anne Spring Quarter
  • TV Program Will Be Given By G.T.C. Alumni
  • Old South Ball Tomorrow Night; Costumes Urged
  • Dining Hall Jazz Survey Taken; Results Favorable to Workers
  • Debris or Not Debris
  • Behave Yourselves
  • Science-Progress-Activities
  • 'Don't Rock the Boat'
  • We Move Along
  • Sports
  • Cards, Redwings Win Playoffs Defeat Eagles And Toppers
  • Stetson Defeats Professors 100-79 At Foul Line
  • Vet's Corner
  • Smith's Musical Debut Features Take-Off on Local Personalities
  • Hit Parade
  • Weaver Helps Organize Class
  • Pittman School is Recognized

Publication Date

3-8-1957

Publisher

Georgia Southern University

Keywords

Georgia Teachers College, Collegeboro, The George-Anne, Newspaper, Student Media, Georgia Southern University, Myrtle Jackson Perkins, Roy F. Powell, Philharmonic Choir, Billy Jackson, WTOC-TV, Old South ball, Larry Hyde, East Cone Cardinals, Stetson Hatters, Bill Weaver

Copyright

For all questions related to copyright and reuse of these materials, contact the Student Media Office, Georgia Southern University, Post Office Box 8067, Statesboro, GA 30460. E-mail: gadigital@georgiasouthern.edu

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