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Page 11 text:
T T-T T S B U R R
C0-Ed-itoz'-in-Clzief MAURICE GROSS
This year as other years in John Burroughs
history the subscriptions piled up until they ex-
ceeded the needed sixteen hundred mark for a
Burr. At once the cry arose for a "Bigger and
Better" Burr and here is the answer.
As you know the Burr is a memory book for
the Seniors which they will probably keep all
their lives to recall their pleasant days here.
Therefore, we tried to make this one more in-
teresting for them as well as for everyone. W'e
have more in here about them and about the
whole student body, but also there is the fine
theme of "Understanding the Japanese in
America. I hope you will find pleasure, interest,
and entertainment in looking back over your
happy days at John Burroughs through the eyes
of the Burr for the class of XV inter, Ninteen
C0-Editor'-i1z.-Chief ELEANOR LINKS
The last Wiiitei' '37 Burr is off the press and
distributed. Traditionally it is the same Burr
as the previous annuals, yet it has a strange sig-
nihcance to the graduating class. To the A9's
it recalls the reminiscences of the three years,
three years of happiness and never to be forgot-
ten memories. To the other grades the Burr
will have the same significance as the terms roll
VVe have endeavored in this edition of the Burr
to further the feeling ot friendship toward our
japanese neighbors. VVe have endeavored to
make this Burr, a line annual, that will recall
to you, pleasant and everlasting memories of
john Burroughs. I hope we have succeeded.
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Page 12 text:
MR. ROBERT A. THOMPSON
Noted throughout the school system for his
ability to organize and plan, Mr. Robert A.
Thompson has given to Iohn Burroughs a gift
such as few men can give-a student govern-
ment supported by a school spirit that rivals
that of the largest schools in the city.
By his consideration of student opinion and
constant realization that there are two sides to
every question, Mr. Thompson has arrived at a
harmony between teachers and pupils that proves
him not only a principal of excellent standing,
but a worthy and upright leader.
It is indeed unfortunate that every student
may not become acquainted personally with Mr.
Thompson, for it is only through immediate
contact that one becomes aware of his keen mind
and remarkable personality, a personality which
has never relinquished the ideal of sending from
john Burroughs every semester a class of stu-
dents Fntted for citizenship as well or better than
any other group of the same age in the United
W' e of the Graduating Class of XY inter 1937
wish to thank Mr. Thompson for his efforts on
our behalf and the behalf of the school we have
learned to love, and to offer our sincerest hope
that john Burroughs may continue under his
guidance for years to come.
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