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Page 86 text:
The Library i
ln any school With a Wide range of studies the library is bound to
play an important part. Oak Cliff is no exception to this rule for hve
hundred students, on a general average, visit the library every day to do
their uoutsiden reading in English and History. Our library is one of
the prettiest parts of the building-being a Well lighted room furnished
with handsome tables and chairs. A large mantel and hreplace occupies
one side and the walls are relieved from plainness by several handsome
paintings. Miss Alexander, the librarian is very popular With the stu-
dent body, and many of the students report to her for help in their weak
subjects and advice in their difficulties. She never fails them in either
case but is always ready to help.
Page 85 text:
When this course started in O. C. H. S. an opinion was prevalent
that it was a snap course, and to it flocked enthusiastically those students
who were not linguistically inclined. They may have come to scoff, but
they remained to work at one of the most interesting and instructive tasks
that they had ever met-a task that taught the hand to obey and to C0-
incide with the mental process. The visible results of this Work prove its
efiiciency and practicability. The large number of students enrolled prove
its interest and its worth to our high school curriculum.
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Page 87 text:
This is our office. This is the place where the Wicked are punished
and Where the good are rewarded. Rach morning sees a long line of stu-
dents paitently waiting to explain the absence or tardiness of the day be-
fore. This is the place Where "periods" are born fto the uninitiated we
will explain that uperiodsn is the remarkable disease which affects the care-
less and inattentive student for violation of rulesj. Most of us have been
on the "mourner's bench" here at some time or other during our school
career, and in spite of the anxiety attendant upon summons to the oHice
most of us still retain pleasant memories of this quiet business-like spot.
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