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For the young student of Academy, the Middle School is the place of initia-
tion: the basic training ground for the development of his mind and body. It is
here that the habits and ideals which prove so valuable in later life are formed.
Through the continuous and unfailing efforts of the masters, the boys emerge pre-
pared for the increased curriculum of the Upper School.
It is in the friendly rivalry of athletics that youth finds an outlet for excess
energies and a balance for mental endeavors. Fully realizing this fact the masters
see that scholarship is not over-emphasized, although the rigid standards of the
Academy are adhered to. Athletics, a bright side of school life, have been much
improved with the coming of two new coaches and a revised program to handle
the increased enrollment. For the A, B, and First Forms an intramural league
has been organized, while the Second Form is a part of the Upper-Lower. We
hope that the efforts of these Fine coaches are soon noticeable in varsity sports.
This past year's fair, for many years an annual event, broke all previous
records, netting over 25940. This substantial sum confirms the fact that the fair
was no half-hearted undertaking. The proceeds from this enterprise have been
used to refurnish and refioor the Middle School Room. With these new improve-
ments, however, the old desks must go, with the history of their occupants en-
graved upon their scarred faces.
The Middle School Student Council, instituted last year, is comprised of the
officers of the Middle School and a representative from each form. Acheson Calla-
han represented the A Form, James Beatty the B Form, Nye Larimer the First
Form, and Bill Griffin the Second Form. This year all the Middle School officers
came from the Second Form. Byron Ford was elected President, John LaMonte,
Vice-President, and Bill Lane, Secretary-Treasurer.
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