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12 THE HARBOR BEACON
Willard, Camden Sargent, jr., and Miriam
The annual Speaking Contest was held,
in which members of all four ships took
yart. From our ship George Ober and Mir-
iam Gordon were the speakers. Miriam
'von the first prize.
To keep in shape a basketball team was
organized on board ship The sailors on it
were Elmer Willard Monte Williams George
Ob r B1lly Estabrook and Camden Sargent
All the sophomore sailors were on the
ball team Our ship IS a large one so you
see we have plenty of room for physical
One night the captain called us all on the
deck. He told us that in a week we had to
dock for an examination and inspection.
We had been going with the breeze and
would have to hurry to make it in time.
The only rough weather we had was
when we rounded the cape That was
Just before our mid year ranking period
At pr sent we are planning to dock at
Sullivan Harbor early in June for our final
check up and examlnation
Miriam Gordon 42
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
First Row Julian Leighton Donald Martin Willis Johnson Ewerett Conary
Second Row Neil Walker Eugene Young Barbara Whalen William Robertson
Rosalie Ashe Elliot Foss Jesse Walker
Third Row Blanche Rice Beverly Joy Frank Sexerance Waldo Lelghton Abner
Sargent Bertha Tracy Burton Lindsey
President Rosalie Ashe
Vice President Frank Severance
Secretary Jesse Walker
Treasurer Bertha Tracy
We started school on September 11 1940
with an enrollment of twenty Four of our
members left but three others Joined us
In athletics our class is well repiesented
Seven of the boys played on the basketball
team Many of the freshmen boys have
reported for the baseball team
The Freshmen put on a commercial play
and a debate and three of the members
were in the two one act plays presented by
the Dramatic Club
All of us will remember Freshmen Recep
tion which of course the Freshmen en
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