Residential Hall Regulations, 1948 Plus Rice Through a Crystal Ball

I suspect that many of these rules were more honored in the breach but I’ll bet they really did keep it quiet after 7:30. It was all too easy to flunk out back in these days:

Bonus: I’ve seen so many pictures of Lovett Hall I didn’t think it was possible to be surprised by one–but I was mistaken. This was taken by Stephanie Rudd ’76 ’78, who says “I used a crystal ball set on my tripod and then shot it with a 200mm lens at side aperture to create bokeh in the background.” Many thanks to Stephanie and also to Alan Shelby for bringing it to my attention.

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3 Responses to Residential Hall Regulations, 1948 Plus Rice Through a Crystal Ball

  1. Deborah Gronke Bennett (BSEE Hanszen 1982) says:

    Truett Peachey is such a southern name.

  2. loki_the_bubba says:

    “No repairs to automobiles or motorcycles will be allowed on the campus.”

    If this was true in my day there would still be three of my heaps in West Lot.

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