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For this fiftieth volume of the RECALL we offer no apologies. We
make this rather bold statement, realizing that we have made mistakes.
For in preparing this hook we have not been blind to our shortcomings.
There are parts of this hook you will not like-there are parts of it we
don't like. In this we agree.
So touch lightly upon the features with dislikeable parts, and dwell
upon those that appeal to you most. Only one thing we ask: Remember
that our efforts to turn out as near as possible a RECALL that will please
everyone have been untiring. Give us two and two for trying.
We fear that you if you have never heard the words "thirty coaln of
"fifteen track" followed hy your nameg if you have never trod the weary
path around aye Old Clay Bowl", if you have never niinned out" for a
year and returned with 'sthat high and mighty feeling", if you have never
seen Augusta soar high in victory or even go down in defeat, if you have
never attended the dances, and lastly, if you have never heard the final
word, "dismissed," uttered by some sweet feminine voictwthen, dear
reader, you will miss a great deal that is to he found within this hook.
Because it is published solely by the cadets of the corps, for the cadets of,
the corps of today, the corps of yesterday, and the corps of tomorrow.
The purpose of this book is just what its name implies-to "Recall"
fond memories of the days spent at Augusta.”