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JUNIORS Back Row: B. Elliot, L. Hell, J. Lamprey, A. Laurence, A. Kittredge, . . Foamier Second Row: L. Oppman, G. Baldwin, J. Morelli, J. Skillin, P. Holbrook; S. Appleton, ( ' . Howes Front Row: M. Minora " , D. Green, C. Hubbard, X. Eaxtham, D. Fleming, S. Davis, L. Hanson, S. Schleman JUNIORS Back Row: L. Gibbs, E. Sawyer, X. Smissaert, C. Straton, X. Ogden, A. Cleveland Second Row: L. Stephenson, A. Clark-, E. Easton, K. Stirling, L. Morley, P. Coryell, G. Harrison Front Row: P. Carpenter, D. Sorota, J. Donovan, S. Watrous, C. Maynard, C. Emery, M. Cooper, P. Fryling 
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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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PREP CLASS OFFICERS Back Row: M. Lupe, Treasurer 1st Term: R. Kim- ball, Treasurer -2nd Term: S. Bradley. Secretary -2nH Term Front Row: L. Johnson. Secretary 1st Term: N. Smith, Vice-President 2nd Term Missing: M . Hawkins, President 1st Term: M. Rnth- irell. President -2nd Term: V. Gibbs, Vice-President 1st Term Preps Of course we ' re the youngest, bounciest class we ' re the Preps, - - the lowest of low called nieasley " Preps " by our upperclassinen, hut having fuu with the best supply of food, comics and our par- ents ' deposit money. Our rooms, clothes and furniture have now known what it ' s like to belong to a Prep. With " more bounce to the ounce ' ' we happily make our way through Abbot, putting strain and stress on Abbey and the teachers. Here are some expressions that circu- late through the Pre]) class: " Tally-ho, slippers down the dust shoot. " " Throw these away? You ' re kidding - Fve only got five runs in them. " Blind dates: " If at first you don ' t suc- ceed, try. try again. " " Do you know that her bed is sagging in the middle? " " Whoops, the handle came off the shower! " And now the most important corridor veil of all. " FOOD! " " V |M JX N. f tfti ' tt W™ - ' m. J k ' 1 m VJp jbV.JjbbLjbbLbK- _ Rfl Y B r m bP B bb - lr M j y k - ■ Ljfl bbbbbw W ' l Jrfjfc qHi 4 ■ 1 1 c m Am r Ba S BBBB Ri BBBF B£ iBl B E ■ B BI Ba A ■v ■■ pv pt j Ia tB " V H Bm J L. ■ BB 1 ■hmbbzbMbT bal ' bbbbbbbbbI bbbb C ' ' 1bb BIH BBBa m 1 !lB fi| ■ ' A U PRKP CLASS Back Row: S. l ' .radley, S. Sullivan, E. Rulon-Miller, .V. Swift ft. Kimball, M. Eastman. C. Kemper, S. Smith Second Row: ). Fena, . . Souiar, A. Twombly, L. Albert. J. Snretsir. E. Eenn, J. (Hidden, (i. Avery, B. Henry Front Row: ( . WineheU, L. Johns,,,,, M . j,u e. A. Colby, S. Richmond, E. Exerjian, E. Edmonds. ( ' ,. Callahan, J . Warren Missing: M. Emdey, M . Faggiano, V. Gibbs, M. Hawkins, M. RothwdL, A. Sherman, M. Stiegler 
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