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Last year in his annual message the Principal stated that the Class of
1932 in future years would associate their graduation with the Olympic
Games, probably the most spectacular exhibition of competitive sports ever
held anywhere or at any time.
What shall we say of the Class of 1933?
For many, this year will not be a pleasant one to remember. The world-
wide depression, which began the year this class entered high school, has
grown from economic confusion to well nigh despair. For ten days all banks
were closed to save them and their depositors from financial ruin. Many
families have lost their homes. Montebello teachers are spending two hun-
dred dollars a month for milk and lunch for needy school children. Schools
in the state are threatened with a serious curtailment of educational activities
as a result of a shortage of school funds. As l write these lines hundreds
of families in neighboring cities are without homes and thousands of children
are without schools because of a devastating earthquake. Not a very
ln view of these circumstances what are we to say to this class?
l know of a no better or more hopeful answer than the one put into the
mouth of Columbus by our own California poet, Ioaquin Miller. The daring
mariner was many days out on an unknown and uncharted sea. Threatened
by a mutinous crew, thus spoke the mate:
"Brave Admiral. say but one good word:
What shall we do when hope is gone?"
The words leaped like a leaping sword:
'Sail on! sail onl sail on! and on!"
Mark R. Iacobs, Principal
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