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Senior Class History
VKKY class should have :i history of which it nmy well fjcel proud. Aii«1 we believe tlint the work of tin- ('In ss of ‘11 1ms lieei) siicli as to enlist each ineinlH-r to feel an honest pride in tile sueeess of his elitss.
As uildcr clusxuicii we were sueeessflll in every undertaking. Onr banquets were conducted without serious interruption, and we were equally victorious in the class scraps.
Hut we are chiefly concerned with our work ns I'pper-classmen. Although our class honsts few geniuses, yet we have many men of more than average ability, men who have excelled in dehating. oratory, class work, mid in tin various
other phases of college activities. On the whole, our class work has licen almve the average, with several men gaining es|H einl distinction in this line.
So we fi el that after graduating on June 21st. we will lx c |uip|x d to Ix-tter understand our duty as citizens of the stale of Georgia. We realize that tin state lias cx| cnd-ed a considerable sum of money on each of us and that we owe her a just return for all expenditures in our liehalt. And each of us should, and I believe will, make the best of this training and will serve the state as an honest, progressive, intelligent and law abiding citizen.
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