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-Big brea.ch of promise case at Wrightonia. Poor Cobb is the victim
3-The Women 's Athletic Association roasts weiners.
-Mr. Drinkwater speaks. On P1'ohibition???"??
-News-Assistant Librarian becomes Mrs. Dean.
-Celebration in Gen. EX. and a half day off. Hurrah for Prexy.
14-Y.W.C.A. celebrates its 46th birthday by a party in Fell Hall.
-Practice dance. Masquerade party of VVrights and Phils. Organized
hike down Lake Erie tracks.
-Unselfish Phils give a hockey game to the VVrights.
-Dr. Soper speaks at Y.W.C.A. meeting.
-Maude Ballington Booth, HLittle Mother of the Prisons," lectures.
-Many of the faculty members go to Champaign to find if there is
anything more to teach us.
-We finish up the practice dance with HGoforth's" and punch.
-Senior College Club tries to inspire the poor burdened Junior College
-Hope never to have rheto-ricals there again. VVhence came they?
-Information-Coal enough to last until Dec. 15.
. 27-Thanksgiving Day. Much to be thankful for-vacation and that Wes-
leyan didn 't beat us any more than 7 to 0. Mr. Peterson digs his
1-Winter term opens. The usual number of lost students.
Dr. Norfeldt lectures during Gen. Ex. period to the girls.
We are assigned seats. Mr. Felmley ofticiates.
-Varsity Club football supper.
Guess what 6?
8-Blue Monday. That's all.
First rhetoricals of the term.
School closes on account of fuel shortage.
1-Happy New Year! Inflow to Normal begins.
2-School opens. Old friends of last year meet with ceremony. Resolu-
tions begin to thaw.
3-School on Saturday-Thomas J. Barger shimmies in main hall.
Another resolution gone.
Who clipped the magazine? Mr. Felmley thinks that it
must have been a girl.
Marjorie Rentchler: "Not t'o know me argues yourseltf umnknown.."