Des Moines, Iowa
Extra Vacation For Students
(The Tribune's i/wa ISfews Service.)
CEDAR FALJLS, 1a.—The coming of the WAVES 'to Iowa State Teachers college will mean ah"T extra eight d^Jys gf vacation to students over the Thanksgiving holiday.
The extra time is needed tol make Bartlett hall, freshman worn- \ en's dormitory, ready for the 1,000 WAVES and to move the new double deck beds into Lawther hall, where the co-eds will "double up" for the duration.
Vacation days will begin the night of Nov. 24, with examinations ending at noon Tuesday, and continue until Dec. 8, President Malcolm Price has announced.
The afternoon of Nov. 24 will be official "moving day," when all students must move their belongings to their new living quarters. Some co-eds will move into Seerley hall, regularly a men's dormitory which will now be occupied by women. Men students will "double up" . in Baer hall, the other men's dormitory on the Teachers college campus.
Registration for the winter
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