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6-We all yawn in public speaking class. Some of us forget and practice
in the wrong class.
7-Faculty Tea in Art Rooms. First one of term. Usual crowd. League
of Nations discussion begins.
S-Mr. Howe lectures about the locust in Geometry class. Faculty con-
tinue reporting upon the League of Nations. No views expressed!
9-Hurrah for 1.S.N.U. NVe win from Lincoln in basket-ball 28 to 12.
10-Much excitement! Seniors begin having pictures taken.
12-Munch lectures in Gen. EX. on the League of Nations.
13-We vote on the League of Nations. Munch lectures some more. Wle
stand for a compromise.
-Rhetoricals-Munch does not talk today.
15-Part of Gen. Ex. taken up trying to arouse spirit for the Inter-Society
Contest. NVe learn some interesting things about Canopy and H.
Nelson. The Dean wonders whether motion pictures are the cheap
or chief form of amusement for 1.S.N.U. students.
16-Phils win 6 to 1.
-We win! By golly, we win! Bradley goes down in defeat 29 to 10.
That football score is evened a. little.
--Madge Vwloodward and Byron Moore are elected cheer leaders.
L an. -O-Millikin beats us 33 to 1-L but we can still tight. Miss Barton is ill.
Her class meets at the Maj.
21-Miss Hinsinger lectures on China and her experiences abroad.
22-NVQ advertize the INDEX and take subscriptions.
23-Everyone wears his best behavior, his best manners, and has WD his
lessons! County superintendents visit us. We beat Eureka 26 to 23.
2-1-First practice dance of the term. Results of the thorough instruction
of the fall term is felt by many.
26-All bright students of argumentive state of mind are told that their
chance has come-tryout for interstate debate in two weeks. The
Dean drops his keys.
.. -Pep meeting in Gen. EX. NVe trim VVesleyan twice.
28-Miss Stalling appears on the Lecture Course. Mr. Linkins and Miss
Sheldon get busy at 9 :3O in the evening.
29-Cobb is sick. Mr. Manchester notifies us that Cobb was at the Lowden
banquet the preceding evening.
30-Varsity Club dance at Fell Hall.
2-Ground hog sees his shadow.
3-Too many addresses to mention today-Rhetoricals.
-Mr. Felmley says that the bells and clocks are going to be repaired.
-A flow of oratory. The try-out for the Inter-State debate. Miss
Shilling is elected Vfidette editress.
John L. Cobb: The udsdom. of our Cl7lC6S?L07'S.
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6-U. High goes to the tournament in Bloomington. Seventh and eighth
Jour students are sad.
7-Fell Hall dance. Shocking! We dance until 12:15 A. M.
9-Miss Peters successfully instructs one of the faculty members how to
11-We sing the first, six pages of 'tThe Lord is Great." That ls all.
12-Jesters initiate. Wha.t queer things we mortals be!
13-Leap Year dance at Fell Hall. The men in Waiting.
St. Valentine 's Day. Did you get one?
Quarantine is the order of the day.
17-Another day of impromptu talks.
19-Mr. Sanford begins his lecture on Vocational Guidance.
20-Mr. Sanford forced to postpone the end of his speech. Too much
applause from the balcony.
Feb. 23-VVesleyan beats us 25 to 17.
Feb. 24-Mr. Sanford finishes his talk without so much competition.
Feb. 26-W1'ight, girls Win from Phils 7 to 3.
Feb. 27-Something interesting in Gen.
Feb. 28-Edwards Medal contest.
March 1-Varsity Club initiation. Ask some of the new members about it.
March 2-Miss Shilling, Miss VVhite, and Mr, Canopy practice running hurdles
in Advance Economics Class.
March 3-U. of I. Band here. Lights go out as the band plays, t'I'm Afraid
to Go Home in the Dark." ,
March 4-Wiiitei' is with us again.
Marcb 5-Real history. A practice dance in the evening.
March 8-Ziebold loses his popcorn at play rehearsal. Ask Zek or Roberts.
Marci 9-Physical Training Department gives its annual demonstration.
March 10-U. High presents t'The Nautical Knotfl
March 11-J esters present "Seven Keys to Baldpatef' Normal has a flood.
Marcb 12-Homeward bound.
March 22-School opens and Spring is here.
March 23-A little target practice in Chemistry laboratory QExperiment with
March 24-Community Conference. School is dismissed. We attend lectures?
March 25-Occasional reports on the lecture of the previous day.
March 26-Juniors of high school present, ttCousin Kate."
March 27-Senior-Junior party.
March 29-Mr. Cavins starts a. memory class. Some forget to come.
Phil men Win a basket-ball game from the W1'ight men.
March 30-The fish problem again appears.
Miss Wate1'bui'y: "What CL sense of shllncss, of order, of cofntefntmefnt."
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