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Play Golf Tournament!" Dazed with the
realization that I was the victor, I shambled
like a sleep-walker along the fairway to the
clubhouse. When I finally came down from
the clouds I found myself enveloped by a
crowd of earthlings all congratulating me. I
heard echoed many times, "Only sixteen and
beating all the best women players!" Blush-
ingly I accepted congratulations and the award.
A few minutes later I was informed that the
committee had voted me honorary hostess at
the country club formal. Mother and Daddy
were thrilled, but not more thrilled than I. No
one could have been, because I was the hap-
piest girl in the world.
All this occurred three weeks before the
formal. And here I was just one week before
the big dance, swatting angrily at a poor little
golf ball. Why had I changed from the hap-
piest girl in the world to the earth's glummest
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THE 1949 SILVER SANDS
cold. After about a mile of silence
I said, "I'm sorryg thank you." joe
laughed, "Didn't know you belonged
to the club, I just joined about two
weeks ago. Say, there's going to be
a dance at the club next Saturday
night and I wonder-."
"Ah l" I thought to myself, "Prince
Charming, who rescued me from the
depths of the brook, will rescue me
from a fate worse than death and
escort me to the ball. He golfs, too I"
- Start the Day with a Smile
I WOKE that morning and announced with a loud cry that another day
had begun. After my noisy summons had been answered, I noticed a strong
fragrance in the air. After I was dressed, I was led into the parlor. My eyes
grew wide at the sight that met them. There was a gigantic tree with red
and green pinpoints of light glowing through the branches. M other Nature
had brought her beauty indoors. My questions went unanswered, for the
simple reason that no one understood my gurgled speech. I settled down to
puzzle it out and it slowly dawned on me. This must be the result of the hur-
ried consultations about things unknown. This must be the reason for the
fragrant odor, for the toys, which I accepted questioningly. With much noise
and complaint, I declared my ultimatum. If I was to enjoy the first Christ-
mas of my life, I must have my breakfast.
IOANNA HUBERT, '52
St. Peter's Annex
Continued from Page 30
but I should like to present it anyhow.
I know you must love it as you ,do the
story of its country. I know you will
cherish it. I hope that sometimes
when you gaze on it you will remem-
ber humble old Hang Lin, who gave
it in thanks for your deep understand-
ing of China." p
He handed her a small ivory chest.
Before she could open it, he was gone.
Binnie turned the little gold key and
lifted the lid. There before her, its
little jewels glittering in the dim
light, was the Chinese fan.
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