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MILITARY EDITORS . . . FEATURE EDITORS U i I
Don Rogers, Harry Grant
Frank Drane, William Rollings
SPORTS EDITORS . . .
Dexter Corte, Barrie Haiman Jack Stevenson
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EDITOR IN CHIEF . . .
Ernest Edgar, III
Sage Lyons, Norman Jobe
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School spirit is something that can be more accurately described than defined. lt
is a feeling-an intangible "something"-that inspires one to do his best in any school
activity, whether he is a spectator or a participant. Because of its spirit, U. M. S. has,
through the years, been able to compete on even terms with schools having larger stu-
When the student body of a school has the proper spirit, they can accomplish won-
ders in all their activities. Athletic teams would be worth little were it not for the
support of the student body. Since only a comparatively small group can become mem-
bers of the different teams, it is up to the rest of the students to back this group at all
times. A team may be physically stronger and a pre-game favorite because of its past
record, but unless that team and the student body have that "all for one and one for
all" spirit, they lack the will to win.
The ioy of victory and the disappointment in defeat should always be shared equally.
The attitude of all should be one of "We won" or "We lost."
However, school spirit should not end with the game, but should be carried into the
classroom, by cooperating with the instructors, and onto the parade ground, by cheer-
fully obeying the company officers. Company pride, esprit de corps, makes for a bet-
ter company and a better battalion because it creates keener competition.
So to you who have the privilege of remaining at U. M. S. another year, and to
you who will someday fill their places, let this be an inspiration to close ranks and
work together next year, and every year thereafter, for the good of our school and
the high ideals on which it was founded.
Believe in yourself and in your school. Get behind all its activities, giving each of
them your very best, and you will have that feeling-that intangible "something"-called
C. E. E. Ill
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