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1920 yearbook

1920 yearbook

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1920 yearbook

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19—The Greek class has an extra long session today. Nieters was probably declining a verb.
20—Snow and colder. What did Elemendorf say when he slipped?
21—Musical held in the Auditorium at 8:15. It was exquisite. The M. of D. leaves.
22—Costello and Fitzpatrick return to school. We hope the mumps have passed from us.
23—Exams in full swing. "Thou shalt not ride a pony, lest he throw thee in the light."
24—"Lightnin, thunder, and rain", as Shakespeare puts it. Annual Staff picture taken.
25—Rain. There was a brilliant recitation in Philosophy. Some were snoring.
26—The M. of D. is back on the job. Straighten up, fellows; Reverend President announces
that spring vacation will commence next Wednesday sharp.
27—Several of the third floor roomers have photos of certain Seniors. You know who they are.
28—Characters of "Merchant of Venice" play spent the afternoon at Mrs. Churchill's studio. It
was such a pleasant time, while the rain was falling, to wade through Shakespeare.
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Date

1920

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http://cdm16810.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16810coll2/id/2392