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Talee a look rn our home room some elfry You ll
see some of the IIVLIICSII, jolllest people th It ever
h1t E NI C We freshmen have so much energy
thls year that we can scarcely find enougl1 out
lets for lt Let me tell you a few of the thlngs
we have accomphsheel In the Chr1stmas work
program we all put our shoulders to the wheel
Our two fine artrsts made the posters whreh won
first and second prrzes m the poster contest We
were the hrgh school class whrch brought 111 the
most money to contrlbute to the new gym anel
pay off the debt on the dorm And when the hon
or roll 11 as posteel ehelnt sou see Clllltb 1 few of
our names along wlth the others"
Of course, XVIIII so mueh e ne rgv we h ue plentv
to spare' for fun XVe hael 1 xxonele rful tune at
the CJIITISIIIIIZQS paltv helel f1t ou1 sponsors home
NVe have '1 xvonelerful sponsor tooj At the
party we hael elewotlons exchange el Q hustmas
glfts anel then were serxeel elehuous refresh
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I thlnk our el 1ss 18 just tops Its so much fun
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mates tolel me, when I asleeel her whlt she
thought of our class Im sure exerx one of her
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"Tell ,em we hate English," yelled one Virginia
son when she told them she must write about
them for the SIIICNANDOAII. She wasnit so sure
they disliked English, but she could think of
things in their junior-high school schedule, linked
as it is with E.NI.C.'s total program, that they
She guessed some of them, at least, disliked
going into the library for reference hooks when
dignified college scholars had the atmosphere of
the place charged. Especially if the noise of the
endless hours of Pierian quenchings for big peo-
And she would have het her stubby red pencil
to a long new one that they disliked tests. For
she disliked tests herself. Nobody likes tests!
She knew that they definitely liked some
things. Every normal thirteen-year-old would
rather go to college than to little Park School-
especially a college like E.M.C.l For at E.NI.C.
there is a rec hall with green paddles and blue
paddles and red paddles, and enough tables so
cleats in their heels sounded worse than the baby
during prayer! She hoped some of them disliked
Various lectures they were subjected to, even
some chapel talks-she wondered if they grasped
enough of the situation to have feelings of an-
tagonism aroused in their minds. Doubtless they
knew not the faintest meaning of "existentialism"
or usoteriologyf, for she wondered if they could
define utheologyv in a definition quiz. She cer-
tainly believed they were unhappy during those
H zgglz Srlzool,
FIRST ROXV: Ronald Deputy, Elwood Keener,
Mae Funk, Mark Harman, SECOND ROW:
john Stahl, Oren Shank, Mary Beth Messner,
Miriam Strong, Carl Miller, David Mumawg
THIRD ROW: Ruth Benner, Gloria Harman,
Sheldon Lehman, VVilson Good, Roy Heish-
mang FOURTH ROXV: Marlene Collins, Mary
Ellen Oherhollzcr, Dwayne Yoder, Mary Rol-
lins, Ruth Eshleman, Norman Coffman.
that while the gang plays round-table, you can
play singles with your best girl friend.
She knew they liked their teachers, for E.M.C.
has good teachers. At little Park School they had
been subjected to student-teachers. That they
had not always liked. This was E.NI.C.
"Tell 'em we hate English? . . . She hunted
for the chapter on subordinate clauses. For she
was their English student-teacher!
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