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2 THE ORACLE
T0 L. R. APPLEMAN
Who, as a splendid, earnest worker, has labored gladly for this institution,
Who has sustained with rare dignity the office of teacher,
Who has inspired students in the class-room with true ideals and spirit
Who has been a potent personality in school councils
Who has won gratitude of students, alumni, and friends,
Pre-eminent in wisdom and well doing,
Of genial wit and social courtesy,
In fullness of years preserving the heart of youth.
Whose long service to the school has been a beneficence,
we dedicate our book.
Good Reader: We offer you our book with all due modesty. 'Tis
a small thing, yet it is our own, a book of no great value, but our hands and
brains have wrought it. Read it or fling it from youg take it or leave it-
what you will. As for us, it is our own.
We go where the sparkling brooks chatter and sing in the music and
gayety of youth. Here we find our daffodils,-youths sunny daffodils, to
which we lead you.
You will come with us? Gentle reader, give us your hand. And if
it please you, we would show you that spring-time meadow, overflowing
with frilly, jolly daHodils! Come with us and be a child again. Here is