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Page 72 text:
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Sccrclary ,,,,, Connie Norris
Sludenl Council Representative
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Page 71 text:
The group of freshmen that entered the
halls of H. C. this year were a different
bunch from the usual run of frosh. They
seemed meek and willing to enter into eol-
lege life. The Sophomores insist that it
was due to their power and influence over
them: however, the Freshmen maintain that
their ability and respect led them to soon
to get into the swing of things.
It will be a long time before anyone
forgets that memorable Freshman Day-
Paul Harwood as an extraordinary school
mom, Bill Stitely as a model champion of
the featherweight class, and Bob Dimond
as a member of the chain gang. .ln a very
unfair tug-o-war the Sophs, with some up-
perclassmen helping dragged the frosh
through the winding Wabash River. They
all said that it felt good at the end of that
day to get back into civilian clothes. Ex-
cept for a few who suffered the penalty
by being forcefully dampened in the fish
pond, the frosh wore the traditional green
hats "dutifully" until Thanksgiving Day.
The Freshmen claim that they had a
super time at the junior-Freshmen party,
with a scavenger hunt after everybody was
fil'ed to capacity, even Leora. They like-
wise did their best to entertain the Juniors
in return at a skating party. lmpressed on
their minds are the Moonlight Hike, with
its poodles, or puddles, but most of all
they enjoyed the Hay Rack Ride-termed
the most successful social event of the year.
The members of the class entered
earnestly into all the extra-curricular act-
ivities on the campus. Who will forget
Hanauer, Harwood, Clark, Barker, and
Becker on the basket-ball team? Ferne
Brindle's cheer leading? Carl Zurcher's
student managing? Lawrence Merriweath-
er's and Dorothy May's singing? Or Win-
ston Becker, Ferne Brindle, Carl Zurcher,
Betty Lee, and Luella Jacobs' acting.
All in all, "we, the Freshman Class,
have been grateful for the kind treatment
of thc faculty and upper classmcn. We
hope to someday be real students, and to
assist the College as a whole."
Page 73 text:
Freshmen 1 942-46
Mary Helen Thayer, Spencer
Burris, Luella Jacobs, Law-
rence Osborne, Harold Cher-
ry, Bob Clark.
Riva Swales, Dorothy May,
Bill Stitely, Gloria Adams,
Helen Lee, Nettie Hubbard,
Paul Harwood, Rachel At-
kinson, Bob Dimond, Carl
Zurcher, Donalcl Plasterer.
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