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48 THE ORIOLE iFrraljman history HOUGH we, the Freshman Class of Pulaski High ■ j School, have not been in High School long, we have made a remarkable record for a first year class. We have won renown not only in our studies and literary work, but also in athletics. Among its best debaters the High School must mention Howard Gilmer and Joe Baldwin, both of whom are Freshmen. Conway Smith, by far the best declaimer, is also the humorist of the class. Hastwell Sizer is our artist, and if he keeps on he will be a greater cartoonist than Fisher. William Allison and Joe Bones played on the football team, Allison playing halfback and Bones tackle. There were also some substitutes and second team players, among whom were Alton Duncan, John Cox and Clarence Rutherford. Wit- tie Ellis, Hazel Pack and Elizabeth Bopp were our members of the basketball team, and they with Allene Miller, Pauline Bopp and Isabel Miller as substitutes, did excellent work during the basketball season. It is with this record unbroken that we hope, in a few years, to become Seniors. Billy Cheves, ' 24.
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CLASS OF ’24 (II)
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THE ORIOLE 49 A 0ag at rltnnl Promptly at nine in the morning Ye hear the glad sound of the bell. And woe to the lad or lassie Who is late, for you never can tell Just how late you will stay in the evening For your procrastination of the morn; So be wise and hustle and hurry And the room, by your presence, adorn. They march us down to chapel, Where perfect quiet reigns, ’Til Professor Elliott taps the bell. Then all begin to sing. Then he propounds his lecture And leads the class in prayer, And we know in the near future We’ll all be gathered there — , I mean up in the class room, Where for forty minutes per day Professor Elliott teaches Science In his scientific way. Next comes Miss Mary Thomas, In her beautiful, queenly way, Where for forty long, long minutes She feeds us up on History. She can tell all kings and presidents, And when they reigned and died, And all the fights and battles Since Eve the apple spied. Next is Miss Evelyn Finks, Who speaks so fluently. She tells us all the English From A to X Y Z.
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