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they took ether. Mr. Humkc didn't altogether approve
Fri. 19-B. B. team defeats N. Manchester. Score 31-26.
Mon. 22-Public Speaking class start plans for a Lincoln day
Tues. 23-A few classes have semester tests.
Wed. 2-L-A boy 'S glee club and orchestra rendered a few selec.
tions at the Farmer's Institute.
Thurs. 25-We witnessed another series of the motion pictures
Fri. 26-The S. W. H. S. basket. ball team defeats Busco, 50-6.
Fake walk after the game.
Mon. 29-Rev. Williams of the Baptist Church addressed the
assembly this morning. lst day of 2nd semester.
Tues, 30-We had a good inspiring speech this morning by our
professor. Innnediately afterwards we had a lecture on
"fighting thru." by our principal.
Wed. 31-Second number of lecture course. Dr. Albert Stump
speaks on "Standing Before Kings."
Thurs. l-One of the Senior girls while on her way to school
fell on the ice and almost broke her arm.
Fri. 2-B. B. team goes to Andrews. Score -16-28 in favor of
Mon. 5-Many are absent. from school due to the zero weather.
l'ues. 6-Making corrections in oral composition, Miss Masters.
"Earl Short and disconnected."
Wk-d. 7--The Senior English had to write some poetry today.
We didn 't know we had so many poets in class.
Thurs. 8-The Physics class are working on some very inter-
Fri. 9-The basket ball team defeats Chester 54-6.
Mon. 12-Mr. Humke reports that a few in the Physics class
will have to get to work or they will fail.
Tues. 13-It took three teachers today to carry news of the
physics class to keep them busy.
VVed. 14-Third number of the lecture course. Mr. Erwin, the
lecturer performed a few feats of magic before the
Tlmrs. 15-Washington Center B. B. team came over to prac-
tice with us. We again show our superiority.
Fri. 16-We have a small play given before the assembly. A
few show their dramatic ability.
Mon. 19-Mr. Mosher gives us a short talk 011 neatness and
keeping the assembly room ill order.
Tues. 20-CRASH! When Will G. came to he found that his
finger was badly demolished.
Wed 21-Public Speaking class gives a Lincoln day program.
One of the Seniors forgot his oration Eilltl had to retire.
Thurs. 22-Physics class work on some interesting ekperiments
Fri. 23-B. B. team is defeated by Angola at Angola, score 32-17
Mon. 26-There are a few sleepy ones today who returned home
Tues. 27-Public Speaking class starts work on their first de-
Wed. 28-B. B .team are practicing now to prepare themselves
for the tournament to be held at Kendallville.
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a11d gold sweaters.
Sat. 2-Rejoice over great victory. The champion W. l'. team
was defeated by S. W. H. S. 32-23. Owl Literary So-
ciety gives Thanksgiving program.
Mon. -1-Eugene G. falls in the arms of a Senior girl-but he
Tues. 5-Wilber drops his bottle of milk. Glee Club work hard
on the cantata.
Wed. 6-Yell practice.
Tlmrs 7-Several classes favored with written lessons.
Fri. S-S. W. meets first defeat. N. Manchester' wins 26-13.
Mon. 11-Lots of labor lost. t'Yon'll have to begin all over
again." Mr. Humke.
Tues. 12-Some of the girls had tits in the D. S. room twill be
kind enough to say that it didn't happen in cooking
Wed. 13-Student council meeting.
Fri. 15-Cooking class makes candy. It smelled good.
Sat. 16-S. VV. B. B. team went to N. Manchester where they
defeated the Chester team -18-23.
Mon. 18-H. S. chorus rehearses for f'hristmas cantata.
Wed. 20-H. S. chorus gives 'Star of the East." Howling
Thurs. 21-Yell practice at 3 :45.
Fri. 22-Second defeat for W. H. S. B. B. team. Warsaw 35,
S. W. 25. Siwash Literary Society renders a very good
Mon. 25-Merry Christmas! S. W. H. S. plays Argos B. B.
team. S. W. 27, Argos 10.
Tues. 26-Last day of long vacation. lTwo days.J
Wed. 274Today is Monday here.
Thurs. 28-Still making up time.
Fri. 29-Many visitors welcomed.
Sat. 30-Still more arrive.
Mon. 1-Happy New Year! Start the new year right by going
to school. B. B. game with Alumni. H. S. won.
Tues. 2-Open air school. Physics class works o11 school lawn.
Q70 degrees below.J
Wed. 3-Physics class has night session. A few couples go to
"Birth of li Nation" at Fort Wayne.
Thurs -1-Student council busy selling tickets for school enter-
tertainment course. Yell practice at 3 :30.
Fri. 5-District Superintendent Marble. of the Methodist con-
ference and Rev. Hardingham gave interesting' talks be-
fore the assembly room. B. B. game with Andrews.
VV. 27. A. 18.
Mon. S-Big noise over Angola last Saturday night.
Tues. 9-Hurray-surprise party. Mr. Mosher hands us a
history test. Senior boys still held as captives by some
Mon 15-Mr. Humke absent from school with a cold. l"ecil B.
returns from a weeks short course at Purdue.
Tues. 16-Miss Mugg. "Gladys have you a question?" Gladys.
"I don 't know."
Wed. 17-S. VV. H. S. basket ball team defeats VVHSil1l1Q'10ll
Center for the second time. Score 26-16.
Thurs. 18-A few of the Senior boys couldn't sleep today so
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Thurs. 1-We see another series of motion pictures today at the
Fri. 2-Company A Indiana Volunteers of the H. S. show great
improvement in marching and drilling.
Mon. 5-Alumni play their second game with the H. S. B. B.
team. Score, H. 28, Alumni 20.
Wed. 7-This evening occurred the fourth number of the lec-
ture course. The Manchester College Glee Club render-
ed some fine selections.
Thurs. 8-The German class gives a German play. The B. B.
team leaves for the tournament.
Fri. 9-The B. B. team loses first game with South Milford at
Mon. 12-The H. S. are still mourning the loss of the first B. B.
game at Kendallville.
Tues. 13-Mr. Humke gives us a speech this morning on grades
and attitude in school.
Wed. I4-Some of the Juniors were surprised this morning.
Miss Masters reported an English test.
Thurs. 15-Public Speaking class are working hard 011 debate
on "Military Training in Schools."
Fri. 16-The Freshman girls have their oratorical tryout.
Mon. 19-Many precautions are being taken to prevent the
spread of scarlet fever.
Tues. 20-Ivon Miller is the winner in the Freshmen boy 's ora-
torical tryout today.
Wed. 21-In civics class today Mr. Mosher said he was a "resi-
denceu of C. C.
Thurs. 22-W hear a few more orations by the Sophs.
Fri. 23-The dramatic club practice the play entitled "The
Elopement of Ellen" at the Star Theatre.
Mon. 26-The dramatic club gives the play which was a success.
Tues. 27--We hear some more orations.
Wed 28-Fifth and last number of the Lecture Course is held
Thurs. 29-We had a great surprise today. Laura T. hurried
Fri. 30-The Military Drill class went on a mile hike today and
displayed their military form.
Mon. 2-A few of the Seniors gave orations before the assembly
Tues. 3-Several boys of the Military Training class hoisted a
large American Hag on the school house tower today.
VVed. 4-The Dramatic Club repeated the play, "The Elope-
ment of Ellen" today which proved a great success.
Thurs. 5-George Fosler. one of our Juniors. applies for drill
as a lieutenant at Culver Military Academy.
Fri. 6--Owing to the fair weather many students are getting
restless and two of the Seniors came near quitting.
Mon. 9-We organize our track team today.
Tues. I0-The Siwash Literary Society gives an Irish program.
Wed. II-The boys are working hard on the track field in order
to get it in shape for the tryouts.
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