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Senior-Mids . . . of our " stunning " class who was chosen to be sculptured by the illustrious Madame Silver- cruvs. ■ The night of the Senior play when we were the guests of the Seniorsand marched into Davis Hall singing our class song, and wearing our lovely blue class sweaters, for the first time, it suddenlv came over us that soon they would be leaving us as graduates, and that made us very sad. As commencement time neared, we were solemnlv in- m itiated into the sacred confines of the Senior Parlor. We knew then that our very happy Senior Mid days were about over. OFFICERS— SECOND SEMESTER President, Goddard Vice-President, Derby Secretary, Chi vers Treasurer, Hall Second Floor Old Wing: Emery, Robbing, Lyford, Aulis, Dimmit, Long, Mitchell, Obering, Gould, McLean, Karelitz, Doud, Flues, J offer, Austin, Hildreth, Mclvor, Sharp, Chandler, Brimer, L. ( ' hirers First Floor New Wing: J. Brown, M. L. White, Kinne- man, Treaduay, Von Goeben, Clemens, Richie, Humason 
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First Floor Old Wing: Peck, DeCesare, Carroll, Cole, Meyer, Kreis, N. Brumback, Hoehn, Sackett, Gierasch, Flower, M. White, Hanly, Kimball, French Back Row: Derby, Turner, Flalher, Morse Second Row: Campbell, Dean, Hall, Huntington, Eason Front Row: A f . Barnard, Goddard, Kolins, Marsh, Savage, Leivis OFFICERS— FIRST SEMESTER President, Emery Vice-President, Goddard Secretary, Morse Treasurer, Clemens Those who come after This year we felt our first tinge of authority and at the same time became conscious of a new sense of responsibility. It seemed wonderful to go to Bos- ton to see Hamlet and other plays, and it was most impres- sive to take the places of the seniors at the table as they rushed off somewhere to spend the day. We shall never forget what a job it was to organize the ba- zaar but the goal inspired us to do our utmost. Our efforts were matched by the cooperation of the whole school. We still quiver remembering the mornings we sauntered up the aisle in chapel with knees shaking to give " the News. " Nevertheless, it was a member 
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. . . Junior-Mids . . . This year was a most import- ant one in regard to the Junior Mids. In becoming a separate and individual class, we have gained many privileges which made up for the first disappoint- ment we experienced at our being separated from the Class of ' 47. We felt ourselves to be on somewhat the same level Miller, Lunt, Ogden, Taylor, Sears, Sinelaire, Scripture England, Barrell, Hemmth, Hamilton, P. Barnard, F. Brumback. (unliable 1ST SEMESTER -2ND SEMESTER President Hemsath Hamilton Vice-President Hamilton Barrell Secretary Barrell Miller Treasurer Barrell Hemsath with the Senior-Mids. however, when we had conferred upon us the dubious privilege of giving " the News " in chapel. Next vear. we shall official lv join this year ' s Juniors as the Class of ' 48. but we shall look back on ' 46. glad to have made the move toward the individual importance of the Junior-Mids. [38
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