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11111 ljlrar Gilman
The outsider would never guess that the 11th Year
Class is the most important element in athletics and
various societies of the school. Then, since you are not good
at guessing, we'll tell you about it.
First, there is Langdon Smead, star actor, winner of
the Beswick medal in athletics, track captain, and one of
the chief soloists in the opera, given Wednesday, May 28,
whom every Artisan knows. Others of our class, who are
on the track team, are Penn, Creighton, Yerkes, Little,
Burke, McLellan, Zimmerman, Crooks, Webster, Harper,
Bills, Teitsworth and Knight.
In baseball we have Gilman, Kemp, Lorenson, who is
the captain, and Chase, manager of the team. Lew Wiles.
who is all there, is to be desired in the way of Student Body
manager in 11th year.
We are proud of the debater, Helen List, and the presi-
dent of the Boys' Self-Government, Roger Sturgis.
In the opera, written and directed by Miss Groves, rep-
resenting the Junior class, are the soloists, Thelma Rob-
bins, Rachael Kimball, Lawrence Tibbet, and, as we men-
tioned before, Langdon Smead.
You think that just because we haven't mentioned our
members of the Mimerian society that we haven't any"
Well, you haven't been thinking right this time. We are
saving the best until the last. We have 14 Mimerians.
They are Violet Cherry, Myrtle Danziger, Anna Hassett,
Louise Hamilton, Lyla Johnson, Margaret Momson, Leslie
Tillon, Eva Faulk, Lillian Mcllvane, C. F. Harper, Ruth
Howard, Dorothy James, May Lloyd and Lucile Watson.
Surprised aren't you? Didn't think that we were such
an active, wide-awake class, did you? We Want Manual to
be proud of us. When we become famous men and women,
we will never forget the dear old High School out on Ver-
mont avenue, where we studied so hard and had so much
fun. We shall be the first class to be strictly home product.
We started as "scrubs" when the school began. Hurrah