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of the Abbot Club and the Alumnae Association, we were thrown more with
the old girls than at other meetings.
Most young people dislike lectures, but the Seniors would say, if asked,
that they enjoy lectures greatly, when they are given by Prof. Griggs. We
heard him three times in Lawrence, when he spoke on ethical subjects, and
once in our own hall when he spoke of Leonardo de Vinci. Four more
charming lectures we never heard.
Our year is fast coming to a close and it is with great sorrow I write of
it. Hard as we work through these weeks we still have the sorrow of part-
ing, which can't be shut out. We shall have our banquet the fifth of J une,
which will be one of our last meetings as a class. This year, our school days
will end a day or two earlier, as we shall have the laying of the corner stone
of the new building on our Class Day. We shall rejoice in the honor, but we
all hate to see the day come that will send us out into the wide world.
May we, through our lives, show the world the great and good infiuence
our Alma Mater has had upon us.
A A. J. M.