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That first awed look at Tech will linger long in
our memories. And so will the countless inci-
dents and oddities and the routine. that now
seein boring, live on in days to come. Remem-
her with pride our successes on the athletic fields.
Remember those cold moments in the pool. and
those zvarmer hours with Messrs. Driscoll and
Fanning. lt's the little things, like the gray hairs
lprematurell attendant upon cutting to 0.00l
in. in machine shop: like the cotton ear plugs
needed for quiet eating amid the harrage of
exploding milk containers: like the many studi-
ous hours spent in detention: like the "run-for-
your-life" dash to catch the morning subway'
train-these countless little things. insignificant
now, which are the memories that will luring
pleasure to us "oldsters" in some far-oil year.
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him. He thought. "l must get
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into iron hands. he poured his
last remaining energy into
one final heave. But it was no
use. His hands slipped oil the
har. and as he dropped through
space. he knew that he had
failed to do the Knee Mount ....”