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JUNIOR DENTAL CLASS
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unior Dental Class
By E. R. Harris, Class Editor
N the fourteenth day of September, nineteen
hundred and seven, the present junior class made its
debut to the C. P. 8z S. Out of some twenty-five
who were enrolled, fourteen trembling freshmen re-
ported for duty.
VVC were a class gathered from the four winds of
heaven, from Alaska in the north to Guatemala on
the south, and Russia in the east to the Pacific slope
on the west.
The first few days were spent in getting acquainted
and taking in the grandeurs of a pile of cadavers in
the basement, while dodging the wild rushes of the
XVe were next informed that we should get together
and elect our class oFf'ice1's,, and as a side issue that
we would be rushed at that time.
So one morning, after we had gotten fairly well
acquainted with our fellow classmen and the lay of
the college, we had our election. VVe met in the sur-
gical clinic, and behind barred doors elected Francis
H. Mclievitt our worthy president, and immediately
adjourned in fear of the upper classmen. Vlfe re-
spected our superiors.
Next in order was the E. N. M. T. fraternity, and
we all became active members of that great organiza-
Regular work had begun by this time, and we one
and all settled down to study and our required work.
Our first duty was to eat plaster under the direc-
tions of UPop" Knowlton and the ever-wise seniors.
The latter advised the liberal use of salt, to which
our ever-smiling and confident T. Bergemann fell
victim, poor fellow!
When it came to making stay plates, Presidentie
Mclievitt won out, and now he finds it easy to make
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obturators for syphs and money for the college as
well. That we did' our required work creditably may
be seen by referring to the cabinets in the inlirmary.
As for our theory, the ledgers tell the tale.
During the term, several members dropped out, and
at the Final we numbered eleven. Thus endeth our
After spending the summer vacations in all parts
of the globe, our class again reported to the college,
this time as juniors, the happy medium. VVe had the
pleasure of seeing our former place taken by as
noisy and energetic a bunch of freshmen as has yet
entered the new C. P. and S.
As juniors. we welcomed the following members:
Win. Lytle, whose pen speaketh stronger than his
actionsg Geo. Rrannan, how motionless, not frozen
seas more motionlessg Takahashi, who works with
patience which is almost powerg and Sangiyama, who
will make footprints on the sand in time. To these
we extend a hearty welcome.
Witlioiit fear of the highty Six or the freshmen
whose goat we had captured, we held our election
of class officers. Then we settled down to learn the
art of setting up teeth irregular under the directions
of Dr. Boxton. After setting up our teeth half a
dozen times or so, and having them torn down as
many by our worthy instructor, we learned by sad
experience not to show our plates till they were
Wlieii it came to swedging aluminum bases, Col-
burn was there, for he always has his little hammer
After the holidays we had the privilege of operat-
ing in the infirmary. This opportunity was grasped
by a number of our class, and after a short time
some of them considered themselves equal if not
superior to the "Big Six."
Under the instruction of Dr. Sullivan, we treated
teeth with tricreosote and formalin, to say nothing
of the iodoform prescribed by Dr. Boxton.
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