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THE ECHO -
St. Andrew's Day
Every year St. Andrew's date
Brings our boys a happy fete.
Powers that be, without delay
To their Bishop tribute pay.
Music next begins to flow
To the strains that people know.
It's a pleasant thing to hear
Young folks' hearty yell and cheer.
Pat then comes and makes a bow
the Bishop 'tis our vow-
Faith and hope and love to keep
And a lasting harvest reap.
Ed. O'Neill, you make us feel
No manls honor We should steal.
Nor to fritter nor to fret
At the honors we can't get.
the Glee Club with its songs
our spirit that it longs
For the days we went to school
And a swimming in the pool.
Eugene Cull with main and might
us of a father's rightf-
his children should be taught
for fads the master fought.
McKiernan's strength and stay
mighty sermon lay-
we oft our neighbors cheat
And the Lord's design defeat.
Next some music, noise and sound
Raised our feet just from the ground,
For the band with rash desire
Tried to get the pe0p10'S i1'0-
Brcsnahan with football dope,
Starts to raise the studcnt's 110139
So hc tells us just for fun
old Dooley played and won.
Pat and James made such a hit
That the audience had a fit,
For the girls' new country Rub,
Played the perfect poor old Boob.
Victory songs-which students sing
Always make the echoes ring,
Sure a victory they did score
As they ended with a roar.
Then the Bishop glad and gay
Closed the doings of the day,
He advised us strong and clear
To serve our Lord so good and dear.
St. Andrew's Day
Commemorating the twenty-second
anniversary of the episcopal conse-
cration of the Right Reverend Her-
man Joseph Alerding, our beloved
bishop, the students gave a most en-
joyable musical and literary enter-
tainment in the new study hall, Wed-
nesday afternoon, December 29th.
The Bishop's Feast Day" is an occa-
sion eagerly anticipated by all the
students at the Central Catholic High
School, but to the Senior class it is
the day of days before graduation,
for to them goes the destinction of
"doing the honors" on the occasion.
Besides the Right Reverend Bishop
and his devoted companion, the Rev-
erend A. E. LaFontaine, diocesan su-
perintendent of schools, those present
included Reverend Thomas M. Con-
roy, pastor of the Cathedral, Rev.
John E. Dillon, chancellor of the Dio-
cese of Fort Wayne, Rev. John A.
Dapp and Rev. Theodore V. Fettig,
of the Cathedralg Rev. Edward T.
Fallon of St. Patrick'sg the faculty”