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WOLVERINE ' 32 THE WOLVERINE V O l . XXVII I FRIDAY MAY, 15 1932 NO. 13 Juniors to Entertain Seniors Plans for Junior Senior Reception B«W Maoc Junior Officers Ejected mm hu 1 ' Uvu ' f v U (4 i c i w )|UI |«1 v V j
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w o N E 19 3 2 Class History It seems to us that our four years of high school life could be very fittingly rep¬ resented by colors. Upon working this thought out it falls into the following plan. Green for the Freshman year. The greenest green imaginable. Poor little scared rats scattling here and there; blundering into Senior Classes and being razzed; ducking the merciless torments poured upon us by Sophomores and Juniors; asking questions and receiving misleading answers. Oh! could anyone have been as green as we ?! Next comes our Sophomore year-royal blue. The blue of lords and kings; the blue of princes and rulers; and most of all, the blue with which to welcome royalty. For our new principal, Mr. House, was certainly that! What overbearing, piggish little upstarts we must have been, justly deserving the name “Sophomore!” But it was a feeling never again to be encountered, and we are glad we experienced it. Then too, we must not forget a slightly deeper shade of blue, a mourning shade with which we felt the loss of one of our dearest friends, Ruth Stoutamire. Red for Juniors; the red of courage; the red of the conquerer; and even more the orange-red tints of fire. We were filled with determination and purpose. We must go to the heights, and we must work to get our start. Then came the awful fire which partly destroyed our school building. Will we ever forget the leaping red flames against the cold, wintery night sky, or the crowded days following, when we went to school without a school; the many tardies and excuses. O, what a year! For our Senior year, it is fitting to use our school colors, blue and white. The blue for sincerity and loyalty and the white for purity of purpose and character. We feel that even though we are not able to reach the top, we have our place, and our duty is to fill that place to the best of our ability. We know too, that if we are to do our best, we must keep pure in mind, body, and spirit and towards this end we will strive, since it and whatever goal we have are one. 34
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WOLVERINE 19 3 2 Junior Class Motto: A little learning is a dangerous thing Colors: Green and Gold Flower: Dayidelion OFFICERS William Slough . President Frances Shields . Vice President Emma Hunter Maxwell . Secretary Laurie Tyler . Treasurer 36 }
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