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History of the Class of
lfVhen the Class of 1923 returned to college in September it was found
that there were only one hundred and seventy of the original two hundred
and sixty-five left to carry on the work that the class had begun so suc-
cessfully in the freshman year.
The task of training the two hundred and sixty-five frosh of 1924
has been difficult, but the class feels that it is doing everything possible to
obtain the desired end. A new rule, forbidding the freshmen to wear
army breeches and golf stockings or leggings on days other than drill days,
is now enforced. The task of training the freshmen has become harder
with the growth of the college, for the classes have been larger and are
not so easy to manage.
Every year the number of rushes have been decreased, and their form
modified. At the beginning of this year class scraps were almost unknown,
but, later, the Casque and Dagger received permission to organize and
carry on a system of rushes. Although little has been accomplished on
account of the short space of time it is the general opinion that organized
rushes-though not replete in enjoyment for the participants-will react
to the best interests of the college by stimulating the lagging class spirit.
Recalling the false alarm that was sent into fire headquarters during
the scuffle to reach the coveted poster in the Proc Rush last year, the
Senior Council changed the scene of the final scrap from the fire alarm box
to a lamp post on. Hamilton Street, at the head of Bleeker Place. But
while the rush was at its height some one slipped away and turned in an
alarm which brought out the fire department again, so that the efforts of
the Senior Council went for naught.
In class banquets 1923 has always been successful. On the occasions
of both the freshman and sophomore banquets the class president was at
hand. As freshmen the spread was held at Hotel Brevoort, New York
City, without disturbance from the present Junior Class, who were holding
their sophomore banquet at Stewart's-not a mile away from the scene of
festivities. An attempt to break it up resulted in finding that 1922 had
dined and then broken up to take in a show. This year's banquet was held
at Keen's Chop House, in Thirty-sixth Street. After an enjoyable meal
the entire class rushed to the Forty-fourth Street establishment bearing the
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