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to give some Senior Dramatics and to publish a " Class Book " has made our friends call us enter- prising and ambitious, and our baseball victory over 1 90 1 shows that our athletic record is still high. The beauties of this world of art have been shown us, the wisdom of the ages has been offered us, and ere long our senior voyage will be ended and we shall hold in our hands the parchment in blue. Though the history of 1900 as a class is nearly over, the life of her eighteen members is just dawning, and as our aim as a class has been to leave a noble memory behind us, so the aim of each individual member is, to live a noble life in the future. Grace Carter Chapman.
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The one great event of the first year was our base- ball game with ' 99. Our enemies claimed we won the game by deep laid schemes and plans, but the impartial spectator knew that it was strength and practice which defeated the Senior ball nine. Just before the end of the year, 1900 was given a glimpse of society at the Bancroft reception, having a fore- taste of senior pleasures, and with the transfer of the spade on Class Day, 1900 began to realize her approaching senior duties. No year could have had a more promising begin- ning than the first of our Senior year. Six old members failed to return, but our number was raised to eighteen by a new comer, and full of hope and courage we began the voyage which should land us at St. Graduate ' s Isle. We met difficulties at every hand. Psychology seemed a mist in which very often our understanding was completely blinded, and Church History transplanted us to unfamiliar scenes and places. But we never lost hope and even found time to enjoy life, giving a reception to the Faculty and school, entertaining them in our best manner. It has always been a pleasure to 1900 to attend social functions in the town, and in this way we have made many friends and acquaintances. Our attempt
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Senior Class 1900 «♦ Class Colors — Crimson and Gray. motto : Not to live, but to live well! ' OFFICERS Constance R Gutterson, Grace Frances Fleek, C. Winifred Todd, Emma F. Bixby, President Vice-Presiden t Secretary Treasurer Flower — -Jacqueminot Rose.
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