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Page 84 text:
Time Marches On . . p, ERHAPS, TIME didn ' t exactly march on, it staggered, swaggered, crawled, wiggled, and twisted, but nevertheless, got on. It swaggered the first few weeks until it was lectured into apathy and began crawling. On all-fours it slowly approached the holidays when it got up to stagger. It staggered through three weeks of brassy jazz and Yuletide spirits; it even made it to the threshold of the New Year where it flopped, exhausted. Clocks silently watched the quiet few days, following the birthday of ' 37, until at last trembling hands wound them to start chopping through the new year with little ticks. Slightly the worse for wear TIME wiggled timidly up to examination week, then went crazy. Night became day, and day became tough. Students who had forgotten how to read dusted off books and tried to print knowledge on their minds. It was plenty tough and things looked bad, but somehow TIME came through. After that things righted themselves and the wheels clicked smoothly until, near the end of February, someone got out his oil-can. He squirted oil into the rusty cogs and the machinery of Politics started grinding with a creak and groan. Inefficiently as it functioned, TIME twisted for things, got so crooked that even the sands of the hours had to take a winding course. ' Twos then that March Blew in like a lion and TIME passed out like a lamp. Page 80
Page 86 text:
The Sophomore Class Officers President Sam Ails Vice-President Edna Earle Richardson Secretary Mary Ella Bartschmid Beauty combined with muscle in the Sophomore line-up when it was found that Pig-pegger Ails presided with able and darned pretty assist- ance from beauties Richardson and Bartschmid. Conducted Math dignity and pomp, their administration was one long period of idleness after another and, finding nothing better to do, they sat down to rest when it concluded with the end of school. • Page 82 •
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