liailom Row: Reiland, Presidentg Feibel, D.g Laklonte, J.: Dooleyg Forsythe: Carrodig Barnes, XY.: NYinegar-
ner, F.: Lane: Mr. Evans, director.
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Top lx'oft': Ayres: Minister: Corner: Zollingerg Smith, P.: Spencer: Rapcr.
A new-comer to the activities at Academy is the Glee Club. Now a permanent
organization devoting at least an hour a week to rehearsals, the Glee Club is the
outgrowth of a singing group assembled at Christmastime to sing carols. The
Glee Club, besides having sung in chapel, participated in a joint concert with the
choir of The Columbus School for Girls. The Club was under the able direction
of Mr. Kenneth Evans.
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Smith: NVilliamsg Sinks, L.
CUM LAUDE SOCIETY
The highest academic honor which can be bestowed upon a member of an
Academy graduating class is that of election to the Cum Laude Society. Students
in the top fifth of the senior class whose grades average eighty percent or above
during their Junior and Senior years are eligible for membership. The object of this
society is to encourage highest standards of scholarship in preparatory schools.
The Cum Laude Society was founded at Tome School, Maryland in l906.
The society has grown since then, and it is now a national organization. Entrance
of a high school student into the Cum Laude Society is an honor which corresponds
to receiving the coveted Phi Beta Kappa key in college. This honor signifies the
highest scholastic achievements and the fullest, most conscientious exercise of the
student's intellectual endowments.
The members of the Senior Class who have been elected to the society this
year are: Peter Smith, Tom NYilliams, and Lucius Sinks.
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