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THE BEACON 11
the going as pleasant as possible. They
have seen that our feet did not stray
from the path of education. But now,
it is up to us whether or not We shall
continue in that path. lWe intend to!
We could go 011 and mention other
pleasant memories-but why should
we? No matter how delicately we
worded our thoughts, you could never
quite appreciate our feelings, you
could not feel those pangs which now
So now, with the feeling of friends
who have been inseparable for years-
but at last must separate-we reluc-
tantly bid you, dear Friends and
Teachers, "Farewell, "
"VVho was Napoleon's wife?"
"How did the Titanic sink?"
"It ran aground-no, it struck a
"VVhat did the Normans go explor-
"They went exploring to find
"What ma11 is connected with Mar-
' A Columbus. H
"Now don't take the girls away
from their hands."
"Give your opinion of Gibbons as
"He wanted to write an immoral
work that would last forever."
'Johnson lived on Fleet Street when
"'Who were the other countries in
the Congress of Vienna besides Eng-
land, Austria, and France?"
"What are gyroscopes used for?"
'4They are used on large ocean
liners to keep them from getting sea-
"Trees have many enemies-like
fungi, insects, and moths."
"What was your rate of palpifa-
"Ninety beats per second!"
"What is veal?"
"A baby lamb."
'tln what district is Oak Bluffs?"
"District of Columbia."
"Now, Mr. Merrill, suppose you
should sit down on your knees . . ."
"What is an obituary?"
"A place where they keep fish."
'lrirnciis GI. Egunlzleg, gliil, QB.”