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lT'S A GIRL!
Such words greeted your entrance into life. Had you
been born of Chinese parents, that remark would have
meant tragedy. You were born or have made your home in
the United States, and as an American citizen you are
reaching toward equal rights for girls and women. Toledo
was interested enough to provide a modern school for your
You have spent three years in Whitney halls lclass-
roomsl and heard teachers and advisers dispense "truth
severe, by fairy fiction drest,"
Next year will be a new adventure. For most of you
formal lessons will be overg work experience will occupy
a large part of your time. School days will be engraved in
your book of memories.
Eliza Cook in Old Dobbin says,
"How cruelly sweet are the echoes that start
When memory plays an old tune on the heart."
The days of "Old Dobbin" were unknown to girls of today.
The age of atomic control is upon us. During the in-
terim women have been accepted by industry. With skill to
do, with mind to decide right from wrong, with courage in
your heart you are equipped to meet the years ahead.
Success and pleasant memories to each of you, "lt's
a girl" in United States denotes responsibility as well as
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