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SEMOR-MIDS Back Row: ' . Cooper, P. Skillin, J. Wheeler, M . Furst, M. Belknap, II. Moore, P. le Cholnoky, G, Kase, P. Sanborn, F. Nolde, M. Badoian Second Row: N. J. Smith, D. Cookman, ' . Grarakow, B. Harmon, V. Brodeur, A. Bellows, L. Garretson, J. Prior, M. Ludlow, J. Wei, A. Davis Front Row: M. Johnson, S. Kent, S. Liberty, S. Thayer, J. Church, S. Jones, P. Prial, E. Williamson, A. Norwood, A. Synnott SENIOR-MIDS Back Row: S. Harrington, II . Dunn, M . Oarner, B. Beeson, C. St. John, M . Woolrerton, B. West, M. Duffy, . Hilgen- berg, D. Huckins, J. Bichardson Second Row: J. Munro, M. Young, A. Hunt, C. Cox, P. Emery, .V. Donnelly, D. Niemand, X. Friel, L. Burgiet, J. Miller, W. Johnson, M. Moore Front Row: P. Bennett, L. Carroll, S. Larter, J.. Lippard, M. Weir, S. Eraser, L. Jones, N. Hewlett, G. Hitsfed, V . Schwab 
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SENIOR-MID (LASS OFFICERS -2ND TKRM Back Row: .4. Hunt. Vice-President: P. Stillin, Secretary: .1. Norwood, Trea.-urer Front Row: P. de Cholnoky, President SENIOR-BOD (LASS OFFICERS 1ST TERM Back Row: B. Beaon, Vice-President; F. Snide, Secretary; M. Weir, Trea-»urer Front Row: . . Wheeler. President Cinerama of Senior-Mids 1. New Faces of ' .5-2 — old faces now! -2. " I never knew that was a rule. " — It ' s in the Book. 3. Because of You, Miss Anonymous, cockroaches between first and second floor fled from the flood. 4. Quo Vadis? we ask our sophisticated friends as they roll off on weekends. .5. If I Were a Bell I ' d stop ringing. 0. The Greatest Show on Earth — produced by the greatest! (That ' s us.) 7. The Jazz Singers now being booked here for ' .5. ' 5- ' .54 season. 8. Everything I Have Is Yours — see what ' s in my closel ' . 9. Operation Secret — result — My eyes are dim, I cannot see. My flashlight conked out on me. 10. Girls in the Night — rattling pipes, haunted corridors, and a startled watchman. 11. Into the Limelight came a free day and Mrs. McThing. 12. Monthly 4.5 minutes On Borrowed Time. IS. Big Story -- the weekly good-night attraction presented by first floor. Old Wing. 14. Our first unchaperoned leaves — O Happy Day. 1.5. The Ritual Eire Dance — starring third floor. Old Wing. Admission — one glass of water. 1( . The Happy Time -- Lost: 14 shoes. Found: (around the middle) 14 lb-. 17. Guys and Dolls Having a Wonderful Time — at the prom and then those Bye-Bye Blues. 18. On Bazaar Day the cry rings out — " These Things I Offer You! " li). Bags and Baggage at the door, Senior-Mids we are no more! ' 
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 1ST TERM Back How: .V. Eastham, Secretary; . . Skillin, Vice- President; L. Bell, Treasurer Front Row: L. Gibbs, President JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 2ND TERM Back Row: B. Elliot, Secretary; P. Cornell, Treas- urer; D. Fleming, Vice-President Front Row: L. Bell, President The Junior Constitution We, the Junior ( " hiss, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice concerning our discipline, insure dormi- torial tranquility, provide for common defense (against upperclassmen), promote genial warfare, secure the blessings of the faculty to ourselves and our petitions, do establish this constitution. Article I --Social Life Section 1. Weekends -- Weekends may be taken whenever, wherever, and how- ever we see fit. Section 2. Gentlemen (?) — Gentlemen may call (or be called upon) at our con- venience, and chaperonage shall be of the most inadequate form. Article II - - Education Section I . Tests - There shall be aboli- tion of all interrogatory material which might lead to revealing facts concerning students ' minds. Section 1. Faculty - There shall be a superfluity of masculine educators to promote the cosmopolitan conception of the student body. Article III- -Table Topics Section 1. Food — There shall be no compulsory consumption of commissariat . Section 2. Jobs - - There shall be instal- lation of self-setting tables for dawn pa- trol, conveyor-belt serving, and auto- matic table-clearing apparatus. Article IV — Domesticity Section 1. Day Life — There shall be no room inspection without two weeks ' notice so that the anticipation of such a devastating maneuver may be properly coped with. Section 2. Sight Life - - There shall be sufficient supplies of provisions to main- tain a continuity of parties, and a con- stant upkeep of flashlights for unexpected overflows of homework. Done in convention May 31, 1953, unto which we ascribe our title, The Junior Clas- 46]
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