I had the pleasure of taking freshman English under Prof. Marshall Terry in Fall, 1954, his first year as a teaching professor. He was always an interesting and inspiring teacher who challenged his students to think and seek solid references for what they wrote. Rational, objective and rhetorical were words he most used. I truly learned to think and write much better under his guidance. I appreciated his evident preparation and drive to teach something to us “stupid” freshmen. He also wore nice stripped ties and button down shirts! A real inspiration to learn. Certainly worth the tuition.