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ORDER OF THE BOOKS
Book IV: From the Sidelines
Though the first teams gave good accounts of
themselves, it remained for the sophomore and sec-
ond teams to garner top honors in both football and
basketball. Tennis and swimming were noteworthy
as Angel teams brought home championships. East
sports of 1938 were outstanding in the many indi-
vidual stars that were produced in all branches of
Book V: After School
A socially bright year was 1938, made so by the
numerous dances, mountain outings and teas given
by East's numerous clubs. Notable features of the
dances were the conspicuous absence of corsages,
which Mrs. Anderson, mothers and girls decided early
in the season were too expensive for escorts' purses;
and the conspicuous presence of the Big Apple plus
its components: trucking, pecking, the suzy-q and the
shag. Teas brought mothers to school to be served
refreshments by student daughters, to have friendly
chats with pedagogues.
Book VI: American Youth of 1938
Streamlined? Yes, and speedy, too. Never was
there a generation more up to date than the Ameri-
can youth of 1938. Able exponents of the Angelus
theme, Today I build for oil tomorrow, 1938 Angels
realize the many advantages East offers; ore quicker
than ever to take advantage of them for future
achievements. Not forgetting, of course, to take time
out from their studying to date, dance, laugh, joke.
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ORDER OE THE BOOKS
Book I: Curriculum
The major changes of 1938 that have been ef-
fected by the guiding educational lights headed by
Mr. Hill and aided by new and old students alike, have
been the widening of the scope of the courses of pro-
gressive education, the eight-year educational experi-
ment, and the introduction of two new courses; one,
Physical Science, is a study of the basic principles of
both physics and chemistry; the other, Art Craft, gives
to students the opportunity to enliven their homes and
clothing with clever, useful articles.
Book II: Over the Footlights
One of the chief sources of recreation for Angels
lies in the auditorium programs. Besides the numer-
ous pep-meetings at which cheer-leaders were given
their chance to shake the walls, 1938 saw a brilliant
array of auditorium presentations, among them the
Big Broadcast; the operetta, Rosamund; the senior
class play; and many speakers. In addition, movies
were presented regularly.
Book 111: Participation
1938 saw significant advances made in all fields.
The R.O.T.C. reported a record enrollment. The school
publications moved ahead; the Angelus received Pace-
maker and Gold Medal awards; the Spotlight was All-
American as usual, and showed financial success as
a result of record sales; the Scriptbook gave to East
the last word in the efforts of Angel literati. The Stu-
dent Council promoted the Big Broadcast, Red and
White Day, purchase of A Cappella uniforms, and
school welfare. And in the contest field, Woodbury,
Wolcott, and Shafroth attracted interested audiences;
Kiwanis effected a change of pace by sponsoring an
inter-school panel discussion.
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Three thousand students spend
three years of their lives working,
studying, playing in and around
the influence of East. In this great
educational plant students study;
they dance; they write for school
publications; they act on the audi-
torium stage; some lead, but the
Out of school and into a complex
world they go following their nat-
ural bent; some will continue to
feel school influence; some will
continue to study; the most will
write and act and play as they
did in school. There will be leaders,
too, but mostly there will be follow-
ers. Truly then they build today
for all tomorrow.
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