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Only a few short months ago, the peace and order of our world here
at Theodore Roosevelt High School was threatened by the untimely death
of our beloved leader Dr. John V. Walsh. However, our grief and insecurity
were allayed by the fortuitous appointment of Miss Mary Clare Callan as
our new principal. It was she who made possible for us, the graduates
of Theodore Roosevelt, all the ioys and plans of our Senior Year. It was
she who, with her added hope and courage, kept our world safe and
I ln a few short years, we will think back with tender thoughts to this
precious, fleeting time, and this book will be the key which will open the
door and let us glimpse once more the past-forever lost.
And so, it is only fitting that when we turn that key, we think of and
remember the most prominent influence of that time-our principal, Miss
Mary Clare Callan.
We do not know what is to become of us, but whatever has been good
and decent in us until now we give to you.
To you we offer our delights and our despairs.
To you we offer our painful fears and our poignant hopes.
To you we offer our hopeless failures and our ecstatic success. Bound
up in this book lie four of the best, most precious years of our lives. This
is what we offer you, Miss Callan.
MARY CLARE CALLAN PrinciPUl”