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The class of 1915, which has a membership of 55 students, is one of 'the' largest and by far-' the best
behaved class in the High School. A A . , A . '
The juniors have won several honors this year, and are in hopes of winning more next year. The
l10l10rs,,which were won this year, are-First place in the Hallowefen' parade,,lirst place in bthe ticket
selling contest, Cfor which they received a beautiful banner? and first place ill the spelling contest.
Their record this year has'been an 'excel'len't'one,'ant1 they hope to make it still better next year.
This class will have the honor of being the lirst to gradllate from the new High School, and of
being the best that has ever left the Crookston schools.
PRESIDENT -, - Cecil McCaffrey
VIC-E-PRESIDENT - I .Aaron Felsing
TREASURER - - Everett Rowe
, . SECRETARY ---- Ellsworth Final
A 1 Roll Call: n
Berg, Clalja Johnson Helell
Bragstad, Agnes johnson Myron
Buckley,VFlorence Johnson, Theodore
Caouette, Roselva Krostue,'Theresa-
Collins, Clare V'
Flood, Harley I
Lamb, Jay l- '
Lee, Ephrine ,
Page, Jeannette -
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"A Racing Romance"
Mrs. Lawton, Principal of Summerville Academy ..... . ---- L63-ll Hilffmall
Tom, negro servant ..... ...................,... ..... N ..... enry Page
Miss Pinks, Assistant Principal .... .. ---- Ueofglanlle Allard
May ....................... .... M ildred Hagen
Genie -,-...., . . ' ....... Mamie Heiberg
Nellie Luwtgn ..,.,..,.,'., School Girls ..... A lma Christianson
Robe,-ta .,......- I M , A ......... Mable Green
Georgianna ...... l Mum Maybelle Jacobson
Rev. Theophilus Stiggs, a young clergyman ........... . ....... .... C larence Larson
Edward Thurston, a young man with a taste for fast horses .................. Ed. Sylvestre
Mrs. Thurston, sister of Mrs. Lawton ....... . ............................. Florence Levins
A delightful little comedy, "Mr. Bobs," was presented by the Dramatic Club on Friday 13, 1914,
under the excellent training of Mrs. Chas. I. Gray. The hoodoo of Friday, the thirteenth, was, indeed,
laid low by the Dramatic Club, and no hint or mishap marred the performance of "Mr. Bob." All the
characters were cleverly portrayed. The High School Orchestra furnished the music between the acts.
The cast was as follows:
"Mr. Bob," who is an extraordinary 'manly ideal .... .... I eannette Page
Patty, who "yearns to be a dancer" .................. Mamie Heiberg
Jenkins, who "h'objects" ...................... ........ L eonard Mills
Mr. Brown, who "came down"Q ................. .... N Villiam Schermer
Philip Royson, who causes much merriment ........ ...Harry Nicholson .
Katherine Rogers, who likes a joke ................. .... L eah Hartman
Miss Rebecca Luke, who has "cats on the brain" ...... ...Florence Hughes
Senior, Cin grammar-classjzb A kiss is a noun, though generally used as a conjunction. It is never
declined, although used mostly in the plural. It agrees with me. A ' '
Harry Nicholson is thinking seriously of writing a revised version of the "Aeneid." It will ,not
hc anything like the original, but it undoubtedly will be interesting. ' "" " ' ' 'N f Tj '
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"Did your watch stop when itgdropped on the the floor?" asked Sheldon Watts.
"Sure,' answered Merrill, Leick. "Did you think it would go through?"
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Alvin Gronv-old, thai ig picture takenb-"Have I the pleasant expression you need?"
Photographer: "Perfectly, sir." , -
Alvin G.: "Then let her 'go quick, governor, it hurts my face." . '
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Alvin G. Qin Virgil classjz Acestes appeared, dreadful looking in the garment of an Af-ricani bear:
Hugh R.: At that time England was 'being attacked by whales. CWales.J .
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An exchange states that the word "Sophomore" is derived from a Greek word meaning "stupid."
And yet the Sophs are proud of their title. , .
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A bright Freshie wrote the following sentence on an examination paper lately: "The cow was
wagging its tail." ' . . - -
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If 32 degrees is the freezing point, what is the squeezing point? CTwo in the 'sh'ade.J
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Clarence L.: Say, there's some gum on this seat. .
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Henry P. tasked to name the important events in Carlyle's life.J Well, he got married.
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" 'Tis an ill wind that bloweth from the chemistry laboratory." .I
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Ed. makes his own dresses, but his mother trims his hats. .
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Harry N. Ctranslating Virgilj: She was his husband,-I mean he was her wife,-no.
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