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Jan. 4. — Very appropriately we begin singing “Prisoner’s Song” as we return to Sing Sing — Oh. I mean P. H. S.! Jan. 12. — Radford basketball team tried to beat us. Well, they didn’t. Jan. 24. — Booster Week! A howling success. Jan. 29. — The Pants defeated the Bloomers. Hi team against faculty. Feb. 2. — A certain little girl invited “She Monk” up. (He saw his shadow; now we have bad weather.) Feb. 5. — Played Salem in basketball. But it didn’t turn out exactly right. Feb. 12. — Played Bluefield. We won! Feb. 19. — Mo’ basketball; P. H. S. beat Salem. Tol’ ja so! Feb. 21. — Tim Toddy’s car broke down at the cemetery gate? Nobody injured. Feb. 25. — Played the tie out with Salem Hi. Rah, ra! F ' eb. 27. — We beat Bristol in basketball. Yes, district champs! Mar. 9. — Beat Rocky Mount But all report a cold time. Mar. 12. — Is that the outcome of a presidential election? More than that; P. H. S. team won the State Championship! Mar. 15. — Horrors above! What next? Demerit system was started. Mar. 15. — The Rotarians entertained the basketball girls with a luncheon at Maple Shade. A most enjoyable time was reported. Mar. 17. — We’re almost sure we’re in prison now. Just watch the shaved heads dodging around the halls. Mar. 22. — The basketball girls left for Youngstown, Ohio, to play for the Westfield Champion Cup, which represents the championship of the United States! April 1. — April fool! April 23. — “The Arrival of Kitty” was given under the supervision of Miss Funks for the benefit of the Athletic Associa- tion. A big success. May 1. — A grand and glorious May Day festival! May 22. — Class play, “And Home Came Ted.” May 24. — Shouts, shrieks, yells from all sides; school is ended! [ 106 ]
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