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Page 14 text:
I 0 THE LINCOLNIA
HE 1909 Lincoln Board presents, with this volume, its
best efforts to place before you a faithful record of the
past year's events. This has been our task. lVe have
had our share of difficulties to overcome, but of these we shall
It is a great privilege to dedicate this first Lincoln Annual
to our principal, Mr. James E. McKown. If the book had no
other merit, this alone should make it a pleasure in future
years. That is its mission-to bring to mind the pleasant mem-
ories of the happy days at Lincoln.
We have endeavored to publish a book of which the school
as a Whole should be justly proud. We have attempted to have
it contain much to please and little to offend, but we do not
expect to suit everyone. A few critical and pessimistic per-
sons will, no doubt, find many faults. Some self-important in-
dividuals may be hurt because they have not been sufficiently
noticed, and others because they have. Anyway, we have done
our best, and present to you the result of our labor. Whether
We have succeeded or not, we leave to your judgment.
In conclusion, we wish to express our sincere thanks to all
who have aided in the book's publication, and especially to
Miss O'Hearn and Mr. Lothrop, of the faculty, for their kind
assistance and advice throughout.
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XiOL. I, l 909 9
has bee11 estalblislied and ai line orchestra also formed. Two
di-aunatic clubs have been successful, presenting many plays
and bringing about the presen1'a1iou of "The Princess," emzlips-
ing all former High School plays given in this city. In nth-
leties Lincoln has been supreme. Within a period of one year
Lincoln rapidly pressed to the front, gaining the nmjority of
the Chilll1pi01lSlll1JS, and dClll0llSl'l'2lllllQ the tact tlint rl school
does 11ot luwe to be old in years to secure first place in the vari-
All of this is largely due to our worthy principrll, Mr. James
IJ. Mcliown. His success in these past two years has been re-
inarkzilmle. We can merely expect and hope that the some suc-
cess will attend him in all his i'uture efforts.
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