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Seven hundred and twenty school days packed full of school home living! How else could the story be told except by beginning all over again, meet with the upper classmen of our freshman days and with the undergraduates of our senior year and record the outstanding events.
September 10—Freshman Initiation (“The last real initiation! What a night!”)
October 4—G. A. A. Play Day (Who was the pretty blond Diana?) December 19—Christmas program by Mr. Brunt (Well done. Maestro)
February 7—Senior Play—“GOING ON SEVENTEEN ' (My first date! No flowers)
February 21—G. A. A. Dance (Scored again—Sh-Sh He likes me) March 28—Athletic Banquet (Changed partners! Alas)
September 3—Class Election (My hero didn’t win)
October 22—Magazine Sale began (The Sophomores are ahead! Hurry!) November 8—Augustan Mark Major Bowes Anthoney Amateur Hour (Zimms)
February 9—Sophomore Valentine Dance (Hearts and Flowers)
March 22—Welcome to Miss Barkley (We’re glad you're here)
April 30—"CIVIL SERVICE” (We all liked the rural delivery man) May 15—The PROM (My first love, again! Orchids!)
August 30—Welcome to Mrs. Doyle. Messrs. Young. Alrutz and Lotzer (Don’t you leave us)
November 5—Senior Play—"DON'T DARKEN MY DOOR” (From players to paratrooper, sailor, soldier, nurse, student, pianist)
December 15—Zimms is on the air (Need we say more?)
February 2—G. A. A. Initiation (Fashion show and everything)
March 29—Junior Play—“BEADS ON A STRING” (A grand performance)
May 13—Operetta (Wonderful. Maestro)
June 2—Graduation (Out of my sight and life. Woe's me!)
January 3—H-Club Dance (The boys are good hosts—Not?)
March 9—Junior Play "BROTHER GOOSE” (A very happy affair—A new date too!)
March 16— Dutch Dames Dance (Why don't you do as the Date Bureau suggests? i
March 24—The Banquet—at Woodward Governor (Pomp and Circumstance—A lovely evening)
May 12—PROM (Oh. happy day, and sad. too.)
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