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We are the Freshmen, commonly known as, "Scrubs"
We do not know why we are called tnis, but nevertheless, it
is a fact. There are many of us, twenty class rooms in all.
There is a certain "Class," called Seniors, who do not
have to HIJigH as vve do, but vvho are versed in the art of
working their teachers.
Those Sophonunes-where ever you turn you never
fail to see a noble Sophomore who talks, laughs, and dresses
The awful first morning of school we inquired the way
to the ofhce, and were told to go to the library instead. When
we asked where that Was, we were informed it was over in
the Administration Building. Not much wiser, we turn
and follow the crowd. When we asked where the clock was,
we were told it was at the Information Desk, as if we knew
where that was. Thus, we were taken through the "Third
degree" until we did not know a fellow "Scrub" from an
We little people enjoy ourselves very much playing with
the problems in Algebra, or crowing over the pretty little
pictures in the Histories, but we shall soon learn to take
things more seriously. Our boys are sturdy little fellows.
Not one us is more than six feet in his little shoes, and
we play so sweetly with our bats, balls and gloves. If a
gentleman in a beautiful silk top hat appears on the opposite
side of the street, vve tactful Httle creatures alvvays use it
as "first base," regardless of the gentleman's head.
We girls have the loveliest time trying to play baseball,
etc., but we leave you to imagine the results. It would be
worth your head to enter the Gym. room, Where we are
vainly trying to learn to twirl Indian clubs and dumbbells.
And thus the fun goes on, and We are sure the Fresh-
man Class of Manual Arts High School will carry many
pleasant memories of those first days of High School into
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