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First we were Freshmen
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H ow important we felt
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Now we are Sojnhornores
For il's '32.
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Genoa King '34,
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HAVE a little shadow that goes in and out with me-Shadows,
yes the word has a note of mystery in it. It is a word to be
spoken in soft, low tones, the same as whispering pines.
Yet everyone has a shadow, be he tall, short, fat or thin. When you
go for a stroll on moonlight nights your congenial shadow always goes with
you without any persuasion on your part. You Ought never to say, "I
went alone," for, after all, that's not doing justice to so faithful a friend.
I dare say you have no other friend so sympathetic. VVhen you cry he cries
and moans with youg when you laugh he too laughs. He stops with you to
admire the beauty of the nightg stands by your side when you gaze into the
deep poolsg and helps you count the stars. He always listens attentively
to the song of the whippoorwill, never interrupting like other companions
would and thereby break the spell. Wfithout question he stops and listens
to your soliloquies. No matter what the subject may be, he is always in-
terested. He always agrees, so there is no chance for argument.
But this friend of yours is not really of a sad nature, and if you would
only let him, he would amuse you all the time. He jumps, starts, runs, and
cuts the queerest sorts of capers. At times he grows into a giant that would
rival Goliath. Then again, like Mr. Hyde, he turns to Dr. Jekyll.
' There is no one so desolate that he does not have one friend-the
shadow. It is true he sometimes leaves you but he is always sure to return
If you Want to help a friend, if you want to see him succeed, you can.
This friend is easily influenced, but he can be influenced for bad as well as
good, so you must use tact. Never do anything you wouldn't want him
to do. In fact he is what you would call a copy-cat, so if you would have
him grow up to be your ideal, be careful.
Shadows are silhouettes cut by God's own hand: He used His scissors
carefully, and pasted them on the blue horizon.
I 'walk in the moonlight, my shadow by my side,'
We admire night's beauty and gaze at stars on high,
And pause as if to hear the unseen things go by.
You may havefriends both faithful and true,
But how many appreciate the friendly shadow.
42 Kate Robinson, '33.
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