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THE ORIOLE MARY LOUISE DUDLEY “She smiles and smiles and will not sigh.” Joke Editor of Oriole; Rapunzel Club ’23-’24. What’ s in a name? Louise isn’t a “dud.” She is always ready to meet you with a bright, happy face, which is to be greatly ad- mired in anyone. Although she never has a nervous breakdown from studying too much, she al- ways makes her grades. If Louise is as happy in life as she is in school, she has in store for herself a very bright future. RICHARD FOY McGUIRE “Make not thyself the slave of any woman.” Photographic Editor of Oriole; Treasurer of Class ’23-’24. “Take it easy” is a little phrase which particularly applies to Foy. Lessons never seem to worry him but he always comes out on top when exam time rolls ' round. Foy hasn’t much to say, but whenever anything doesn’t quite suit him you are pretty apt to hear from him. His favorite study is French, and if you get tangled up just go to Foy and he’ll straighten you out. Ltuitf
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THE ORIOLE tRION VIRGINIA THOMAS “What e’er there he of sorrow I ' ll put off till tomorrow.” Athletic Editor of Oriole; Captain of Basketball Team ’21-’22; President of Bobby Club ’21-’22; Monogram Club ’21-’22, ’22-’23, ’23-’24; Vice-President of Athletic Association ’23-’24. Marion is always ready for any- thing. She is good natured and never seems to worry. But she always passes her exams, even if she does take time to practice basketball, in which she excells. We all wish her much happiness, which is certain to come to one who has so much energy and “pep.” GEORGE ALTON DUNCAN fLel the world slide; I’ll not budge an inch.” Athletic Editor of Oriole; Monogram Club ’2 1 -’22 , ’22-’23, ’23- ’24 ; Treasurer of Helpus Tappa Keg ’23-’24; Secretary of Class ’23-’24; Treasurer Athletic Association ’2 1-’22. Alton is our good looking boy. Good looking hair! O boy! He gives it almost as much attention as he does his classes. But when it comes to a football game his good looks become good playing. Where the team is, there Alton is also, whether it’s at the fair or hunting chestnuts. But that’s all right, “Dunk,” without you there would have been no Class of ’24.
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THE ORIOLE EVA ALYNE HURD “She loves to laugh, she loves to walk, V But ohl my heart, she loves to talk.” Assistant Business Manager of Oriole; Glee Club ’20-’21; Vice-President of Literary Society ’23-’24; Director of Helpus Tappa Keg ’23-’24; Class Prophet ’23-’24. Alyne is one of the best students of our class, as she not only helps to keep our standard high in our texts, but also in many other ways. She certainly keeps things going in school. She never ceases to talk, but it is for the good of the class and without her our class would not have been. She is always in for a good time and generally gets it. Every one is her friend, even to a little “Billy” we know. CONWAY HOWARD SMITH , “Virtue offers the only path which, in this life, leads to tranquility. " Assistant Editor-in-Chief of Oriole; Class Historian ’22-’23. “Zula” is the one upon whom rests the responsibility of uphold- ing the dignity of the class. We don’t have to wish him success, he’ll grab it; we needn’t wish him happiness, for he radiates it. So we bid him “Au revoir” with a sure feeling that whatever he does he will do it in a way that will bring credit to the Class of ’24. ? «.V
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