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Alma Mater, the light of our girlhood,
The home of all virtue and love,
The shrine of our youthful devotion,
We pray blessings on thee from above.
The school where we formed the many friendships
That to us will seem so dear in days to beg
The place Where we fain would live forever,
Holy Angels, We're singing of thee.
Three cheers for our own White and Blue,
Three cheers for our own White and Blue,
Oh, let us give a cheer for Holy Angels.
Three cheers, Holy Angels, for you.
Alma Mater, we'll glory in thee ever,
Thou the pride of the Class of Twentyfeightg
Evermore thou shalt be our Alma Mater,
The proud boast of each class you graduate.
Though we leave thy sacred walls far behind us,
Whene'er dreaming our thoughts will turn to thee,
Now, we'd linger long before we launch our frail vessels
Upon life's tempestuous sea.
'CLAIRE R. POHLY, '28
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would like to know her better. Her soft, pleasing voice strikes the keynote of a disposition
which is affable and lovable. With qualities such as these in her possession, Marion is
certain of meeting with the highest success in the vocation to which she is now looking
forward. She will be in truth a "ministering angel" to the sick
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The Rise and Fall of the Senior Republic
IN THREE PARTS
ANCIENT, MEDIAEVAL, AND MODERN
The Rise of the Republic
This period embraces the months from September, 1924, to june, 1925. It was during
this age that our republic came into notice in the high school world. The President whom
we elected to rule our State during the period of its establishment was Miss Irene Dowling.
She proved to be a most able leader in preserving and guiding our infant nation. Our Vice'
President was Miss Helen Oliva who proved herself a most eilicient aid to our respected
President in the performance of her duties and in the execution of our State's laws. The
hnancial problems necessarily involved in the carrying on of matters mundane and pecuniary
were managed most satisfactorily by our esteemed Treasurer, Miss Inez Cavinato. The
Secretary of State, chosen by a higher power under whose protection we still were, was
Miss Grace Christ.
During the Hrst year, although twice defeated, we were twice victorious in warfare
Cbasketball gamesj which we carried on with our older and srronger sister republics. These
two victories enabled us to rise to great prominence among nations which, until then, had
gazed upon us with hostile eyes. At the end of this first period, june, 1925, our banner of
Red and Tan floated proudly side by side with our school banner of Blue and White, over
the greatlyfstrengthened republic which boasted of twenty-five members.
We Attain a Place in the Sun
The second period of our republic, our most prosperous period, consisted of the
months between September, 1925, and june, 1927. The term of our first President having
expired, we elected Miss Eleanor Hennessy to fill her place and to guide us in the weighty
matters of government. The exercise of much diplomacy, both at home and abroad, was
essential at this important period of our scholastic history, hence, we felt that we could
not do better than to refelect to their respective offices the VicefPresident, Treasurer, and
Secretary of the preceding year.
This period embraces two phases through which the republic passed-the Sophomore
and junior. During this time, our State rose steadily in prominence, asserting itself more
and more, and truly Ending for itself "a place in the sun." However, despite our increased
prosperity in other ways, june, 1927, found us with but eighteen members with whom to
engage in battle against the younger States which were now springing up around us and
which boasted of greater numbers as well as constantly increasing strength and power.
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