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Wednesday. February 10.—Chapman proves himself a genius. Keeps pigeon eggs from freezing by carrying them home in his mouth.
Thursday, February II.—Moore (class president) proves his ability by climbing a pillar in the class room. Seniors arc much pleased.
Friday. February 12.—Seniors put on their Sunday-go-to-meeting clothes and proceed to have their pictures taken.
Saturday. February 13.—Miss Best in the role of Miss Stoner frightens several young ladies at dormitory who are having a midnight spread.
Sunday. February 14.—Hpidcmic of hairdressing strikes Mt. Vernon.
Monday. February 15.—A new member of the faculty appears at the home of E. L. House. Weight twelve pounds.
Tuesday, February 16.—"Senator" Swenson buys apples with which to bribe the senate. Several members "entirely disgusted."
Wednesday. February 17.—Harold Stevens compliments Miss Freiday on her excellent debate during the preliminaries. Miss Freiday did not enter the preliminaries. Wake up. Harold, and hear the birds sing.
Thursday, February 18.—“President” Overholt reads his annual message to Congress.
Friday, February 19.—Jennings announces publicly that he will not go to the Mt. Vernon reception.
Saturday, February 20.—A. J. Hill curls his hair and has his picture taken.
Girls' Basket-Ball team returning from a successful trip arc met by enthusiastic students and are borne triumphantly up the hill.
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Sunday, February 21.—Mill’s hair is still curly. He stays away from church. Miss Stoner washes Dewey's face.
Monday, February 22.—Mt. Vernon reception. Jennings arrives promptly at 7: 30 and stays all evening.
Tuesday, February 23.—Duncanson lectures on “Fake Notices” in chapel. He immediately reads three.
Wednesday, February 24.—Hill’s hair is still curly.
Thursday, February 25.—Swenson (in theory class)—“The characteristics of a teacher should be a love for children and a burning desire to teach."
Friday, February 26.—Miss Scgclkc (reading from bulletin board)—“Another Conference at 3:45- Oh! Heck!"
Saturday, February 27.—Meyer souvenirs the hairbrush from photo gallery.
Tuo hundred twrnt?- fve"
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