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HILE we were Senior Middlers we did not have many
opportunities to show of how much we were capable.
Our Senior Mid. spread was our first gathering,
when we felt ourselves a class and bound together by class spirit.
But with the beginning of the Senior year began the struggle for
supremacy. The competition for the Indoor Meet and Field Day
was carried on with the Senior Middlers in friendly rivalry. After an
exciting combat the Senior Class won.
Early in the year we gave our Senior Reception, which made us
feel the dignity of our position and that we were a very important
factor at Abbot.
The Senior Play caused us much hard work and the denial of
many hours of outdoor recreation and indoor amusement, but brought
with it the greatest success and satisfaction.
The Seniors' Banquet showed our class spirit and unity. It was
good fun, as well as the most important affair of the year.
As a crowning event the Trustees intend to give a party for the
Seniors, to which we look forward with lively interest and appreciation
Our days at Abbot are nearly over, and they have been days of
great pleasure. As we look back over them we see that they were
more than pleasure, because we know that what we have learned will
help us in that real life which we have only begun, because, after all,
it is " Ad vitam non ad scholam hoc discimusf' A
LILA MAE SHIRKIE.