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Page 67 text:
Juniors 1 940 - 44
Imogene Hickman, Cordon
Overliolt, Imogene Amick.
John Regicr, Doid Raab
Stanley Peters, Raymond
Bob Rallilon, Mary Louise
lVlcEnderfer, Pearl Martin,
Russell Griffith, William Sau-
lley, Naomi Sukmann.
Lee Tiffin, Betty Johnson,
Page 66 text:
President ....... .... R oger Birclsall
Vice President . . . .... Milton Schumm
Secretary ..... ..... I sabelle Tabb
Treasurer . . . . . . Virginia Keplar
Mildred Rnwlcy, Dale Pence, Jack Roush, Byrclcna Moore
Page 68 text:
There is a familiar adage which says
that valuable things come in small packages.
Perhaps it can be applied to the Sophomore
class, small-but spirited.
Having been dealt with rather severe-
ly as Freshmen the class felt its privilege in
initiating the present frosh and in participat-
ing in any scraps.
The Sophomores, sponsors of the an-
nual Freshman Day, were victorious in win-
ning the "life and death" struggle, which
took place at the Little Wabash River.
Though defeated, there were many rebel-
lious greenies who habitually "left their
caps at home," until one day a police force
of husky sophs overpowered and threw
them into the fish pond-wet, slimy fish
On the evening of October 5th, a rol-
ler skating party was sponsored by the Sen-
iors, who had as guests of honor, the soph-
omores. Faculty members also enjoyed
the fun. '
Yes, this class wanted to be different,
too. Because many of them would never
have the opportunity to go on the traditi-
onal Senior Skip Day, they combined the
ingenuity of the class, and presto, a Sop-
homore Skip Day! At dawn the Sopho-
mores started on their day of freedom
from school. Everyone returned safely to
Huntington at the end of the day with new
enthusiasm for 'their Alma Mater, their
books, their professors, and for their us-
ually unprepared lessons. fThey surely
kept Dr. Stilson busy writing unexcused
reinstatements for them so they could re-
turn to their classesj
The class had such a wide variety and
amount of talent that it would be impossible
to include all such.
"May it never be said that Hunting-
ton College had a class of 'perfect' Sopho-
mores, but may we be loved by all who have
met us, and may our spirit of good sports-
manship and enthusiasm live forever."
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