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Full, unexpurgated recitals of IQlO'S deeds have been spread broadcast
to the public at sundry timesg we have for four years, by some unaccountable
reason, persisted in projecting ourselves into the glare of the spot light in
spite of opposition on every possible occasion. To record here in this
brief space the highly precocious performances with which we have been cred-
ited would be impossible. lt has even been intimated that IQIO has arrogated
to herself a halo for precociousness that is ill deserved, yet when we
reminisc' and look back at our escapades we take pride in knowing that we
have done something to make life worth the living. Our deeds have not all
liqqn eonlined to frivolousness. We have our honors of which we are
jugtly proud-not only in the class room. the platform or the social whirl.
but on the athletic field as well. As lireshmen and Sophomores we fought
glorious and bloody conflicts with rival classesg on the gridiron our rep-
resentatives have fonght honorable and mighty battles for the honor of
Wfashington and 'leffersong in the class room we have wrestled mightily
with a little of everything from l.ivy down to the classical philosophy of
Spinoza and other kindred long-heads of fame.
The oliicial lhXNDORA ballot brought forth some strange disclosures con-
cerning the personnel of our class. lts humor is apparent to those who are
familiar with its incongruities. 'l'he roster reveals the fact that Rufe
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Rirberger is our most love sick mang that llill l.anglitt is the best naturedg
tlfflf Chuck Orr is the most musical fshades of departed mastersllg that
klfkaddon-priin old Kisls-is our biggest boozer and the most profane!
ll' is not only the most musical, but the biggest fusser and the most witty.
Qfllet little Seaman pulls the card as the most popular and the best fellow.
Wlfll staid old Mike U'Neill as the paragon of dignity. ,lack Connell. the
Sflge. .is not only the biggest talker but the biggest bluffer, with Doc lfvans
claiming the title of the most cheerful liar. As a guide to the appearance our
fl2lSS makes in the eyes of the critical world of fashion, listen to this: Class
Ad'ml5- Slllithg most perfect lady. l'ete Taylorg handsomest man. Hanson:
tg-Ifatest sport, Red Hugus. A veritable gallery of fashion plate specimens!
begt'-155255 wlelhave our best athleteg lfriday wins in a walk. And as well our
bo-rc.. Ko ai .1 iuchanan has it without an argument. 'We have also our class
T , en lxeed hlls the job with no opposition. We snnply cannot forget
Ivmr Palmer. our class jester, nor llill McCrady, who earned for himself
210 unanimous vote for the tardiest by his frequent triumphal entry into
quigth unbuttoned shoes! And since lllenmng Stewart has secured
lit H Ill-L Ma place on the pedestal as our typ!-cal college man, let our class
Hlgvlllf 1: fat Mctarty. commemorate the' tact m humble verse. And
- ,. since the humble writer has been selected by the shaking of the urn
218 the best known man-whether facetiously or not. the motive is ignored-
W0, Individually and collectively, do proclaim from the highways and the
hwusetops the everlasting glory of our illustrious class and our-soon to
Our parting with each other and with the old college is not without its
tmg0'lY- There is something pathetic in it all. yet we have battles to light
illld the future is full of promise. l.et ns be off, hound for new fields to
Cfmflllelx with stout hearts and firm courage. We go with iirm determina-
tion to do things and to relieve mythical old Atlas' shoulders of the burden
he has so long borne. And we mean to make good-or bust something in
the attmllllt- K. K., Ir.. 'lO.
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