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Boys are Carol's fondest joys.
just being with them gives her poise.
She's known by all for giant feet,
That help her in the swimming meet.
Crash! Bang! Boom!
Anne Moore has entered the room.
At home Anne stays up nightly, moaning-
Because her exercises kept her from phoning.
Crazy shirts and goofy socks
Flare up brightly as Don walks.
Even though he's not always right.
-lane G. feels pretty black,
Because her slacks are out of whack.
Balboa is where she has fun,
Looking at boys and soakin' up sun.
Bill is mischievous, sly, and sleek.
Bur always good grades he does seek.
On the phone he is quite a flrt.
When talking to girls he's never curt.
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His love of water is plainly clear
For fifty degrees is his only cheer.
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Down to the office Melody will creep,
Because in history she went to sleep,
Arrisrically inclined Melody is,
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In baseball Anne Archer does excel,
For her brother has taught her well.
In dancing she's called "Twinkle Toes."
Her love for boys she never shows,
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Alegbre de Madam NiIes?!!
Letter from France
Mr. Henri Brun is a famous printer of art and publicity in
Paris and a good friend of the Berkeley Hall French Class. The
following is the closing paragraph of his letter to the French
"Il me reste a vous souhaitera tous Good Luck et de marcher
sur les traces de votre illustre Glenn qui a porte dans le ciel les
etoiles de votre drapeauf' Encore merci et bien effectuesement
"Now it remains for me to wish you Good Luck and to walk
in the traces of your illustrious Glenn who carried into the sky
the stars of your flag." Again thank you and very affectionately
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It grows on Craig with equal ease. I
Yellow sweaters and orangie vests-- r"'2. K
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Les Fetes Francaises
BY ANNE MOORE
The twelve students taking French this year from Madame
Niles have not only learned the fundamentals of the language
and how to speak it, but also much about France itself, its
people, and their customs.
The highlight of the course was the traditional tea given by
Miss Niles and the French Class on Tuesday, May fifteenth.
The program consisted of an article from the French "Herald"
read by Carol DeWindt and Bill Cox, several piano numbers
played by Don Krieger, a skit by Gail Osherenko and Anne
Moore, and several songs played on the guitars by Chris Brix
and Kent Attridge. After eating the delicious French pastries
provided by Miss Niles, we finished the party by singing the
French National Anthem "La Marseillaisef'
BY IDA BETTER B. ANNONYMOUS
In the presence of six witnesses, Ellen O'Connor ran a red
light on Kenter and Sunset on Saturday, March 31, 1962.
Miss Letts is teaching the Ninth Grade the hairy-carry.
It's a proven fact that the Eighth Grade and their teacher
like to play hooky.
Don Krieger inspired the original song of "Tan Shoes and
Pink Shoe Laces."
Come to Berkeley Hall for a free Hula Lesson, and tell them
Jefferies sent you-she's hep on the hip.
Mrs. Richards is more than just a sew-sew teacher.
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