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First Row: Coleman, Dingee, Lear, McCarroll.
Second Row: Enlow, Rankin, Johnston, Moore, Stewart Dow, Weber, O,Connel1,
Almquist, Grobe, Falkenrich, King.
Third Row: Parks, Richardson, Morrell, Brooks, Greer, Morris.
Fourth Row: Rogers, Kent, Higgs, Gibbons, Campbell,
Cfeachers' Sa. inqs
MR. O'CONNELL: Friends! Develop a nose for news!
MISS PARKS: Don't forget your slips.
MISS WEBER: VVell! It's getting to be a regular disease with you,
isn't it? 0
MISS HIGGS, S0 much for that!
MISS DOVV: Let us keep absolutely together.
MISS JOHNSTON: Can't you see that?
MR. BROOKS: Clear out of the halls.
MISS KENT: As far as that's concerned.
MISS MORRIS: Let the dark colors predominate.
MISS GREER: Watch where you throw that ball,
MISS LEAR: Please settle your bills here.
MR. FALKENRICH: Learn thoroughly and review frequently. Read it
all every time, Hold your own.
MR. ALMQUIST: According to recent investigations.
MISS MOORE: Now, Wilbur! I want you to stop that!
MR. KING: Check in early.
MISS RANKIN: I think it's best that you see Mr. Brooks about that.
COACH MCCARROLL: Fall in when the whistle blows.
MISS GIBBONS: We'll just hit the high places-to use a slang expression.