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Page 79 text:
, And the Junior and Senior class spake all these words
'We, the upper classmen, they commanders who have brought
thee out of the
l. Thou shalt
2. Thou shalt
5. Thou shalt
land of childhood into high school, say,
not walk before the unconquerable Juniors and
acknowledging it by bowing thyself down.
not try to imitate thy superiors but reverence
not disobey the rules and regulations that thy
predecessors have established. ' '
4. Five days out of the Week shalt thou labor over thy books
and receive all
5. On the sixth day thou shalt do such
deem fitting and on the seventh day thou
6. Thou shalt
Seniors, nor the sophisicated air of the
work as thy parents
shalt mind thine own
of the Juniors and
not covet the privileges
'7. Honor the Juniors and the Seniors that thy days thru the
realm of high school shall be without regret.
8. Thous shalt not bear false witness against any Junior or
Senior for fear
9. Thou shalt
of due punishment overtaking thee.
not steal one another's pencils, paper, or
anything else belonging to thy neighbor.
10. Thou shalt
love one another and until the end of your
freshman year keep all our commandments.
Page 78 text:
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Iudge: HThat's all right, just comb your hair the othe 'Way and
it mnn't show.H H
Maiys :Whatcha io last period, Art?H
Art: 'I was at a guesslng oontestnn
Hazyz hEut I thought you hai an English Examhu
I can see good in evorythingnw
'San you see good in ihe dark?
Eteshgez 'What's your n1me?H
David LeaChSWI don't known.
ex Uwhv don't vou mhowyh
HSinoe I met Esther I havon't been myoei
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Page 80 text:
Once upon a midnight dreary,
As he sat and called her deary
On a sofa made for one, but holding more,
Suddenly there came a tapping
Ae someone gently rapping
Rapping at the parlor doorn
N'Tis my father, dear,9ehe murmured,
UOnly he and no one more.0
what cared he for relations
He was full rf exelemations
Such as, 'Doarie, does loo love your dearie more?N
But her father tired of waiting,
Waiting growing aggravating,
Gpened wide the parlor door.
Ohq hoW'fell he remembered
Thai cold night in bleak Leoember,
As he flew ou: tweniy paces from she door.
And for life will he he branded
Where her father's foot had landed:
Quoth' he raving 'PNe'Q'ermoren"
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