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Y' S' '
Of course every class thinks that it is the only really
important one in the school. But how few of them can
prove it? We, the Senior B's, hating to talk about ourselves
as we do, can prove by the astrological arrangements of the
stars, by calculations in "Hostillers' Almanac," and our
own clairvoyant powers, that the effulgence of our radiance
will make all the other classes look like a row of oysters on
a foggy morning.
Although we are not great in number, we can show a
great deal of class spirit. Our minds are thoroughly de-
veloped as we have shown you in choosing our beautiful
class colors and artistic class pins. Why, even the Senior
A's envy them. We will admit that the Senior A's are good,
but the word 'good' is too mild to express what we are.
In the early part of the summer we gave a "Hard Times"
dance in honor of the Senior A's. Our elders agreed that it
was the best dance they had attended for some time. We
hope to give them a better time soon. "Watch the boards."
The most noted people of the school are Senior B's.
For instance, we have-three of the best debaters, namely,
Ray Vandervoort, Paul Elliott, and Fred Horowitz. Fred
Horowitz, with his assistant, William Nitzsche, are noted
for their clever acting, while Bill Street sings to the ac-
companiment of Paul Elliott's cornet and Alpha Sigfried's
violin. Lillian Mettler is the latest addition to the Esthetic
Dancing Class. As for athletics-Herb Richardson, the ex-
captain of the football teamg William Wood, Clifford Bittle-
ston, Bill Kincaid, and Al Kleinberger have all won renown
Kenneth Davis distinguished himself forever by designing
the Senior B pennant, the best pennant the school has ever
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seen. The entire list of celebrities would he too long to
The Senior B Class is unique in as much as it is the
first class to have gone through Manual, from Freshman to
Senior year, beginning at Olive High. We are planning a
number of events in the near future. Great credit is due to
our class advisors, Miss Levy and Mr. Rice. The officers of
the class are: President, Ray Vandervoortg Vice President,
Leila Smithg Treasurer, Herb Richardsong and Secretary.
Josephine Daniels. Keep your eye on the Senior B's.
W. '14 Officers
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