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WILFRED E. P.-XRISEAC
,Xrnherst, Blass., Klav 13, 1906
Football 35 Baseball 1, 2. 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 33
Class Basketball 4
The Rudolph Valentino of our "Gym" fiom.-
How the hearts of the underclassmen would pgl-
itate if they should receive an invitation from
himg however, he has his own special favorite, so
the hearts flutter in vain.
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DOROTHY MAY PETTIJOHN
Amherst, Mass., january 31, 1908
Girls Basketball 1, 25 Girls Club 3, 45
Future: lVestfield Normal School
-tl Sllfl Who knows what she is talking about in
Civics. We bet Miss Henry blesses her, and so do WC-
Thc lack of brains in our class is a p
l0UCh5' Subject and we can only be thankful thai we
have a few like Dorothy to bring up our standard-
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Derry, New , 3
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FLORENCE HART 5
Truro, Nova Scotia, 3
Dramatic Club 1 2
graphic Stall 3, 4.
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Social Committee 'i Northampton, Mass., February 27, 1908
Basketball 3, 43 Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4, Science Club
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C OO Polly says little but like Yirgil's "Rumor," secs
e plays basketball and hears all. She is quite good natured and
eg has She Saxyed 0 worries slip oll' her back as water ull' a duck. We
nd ggod Shots. only wish we could be as happy-go-lucky.
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EUGENE FRANCIS O'NEH,
JESSIE GUILFORD KIOLINE
Sunderland, Mass., Klay 6, 1909
Dramatics Club 1, 25 Basketball l, 3, Girls Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club -lg Science Club 3, Pro Mer-
Future: Nlount Holyoke College
If you see a cute little girl on the Street some day
and you hcar that her name is Jessie Nloline you
will immediately know that she asthe Encyclopaedia
Britannica. "She knew it allf' She is our saving
grace and keeps the teachers from despair and
madness when they look oyer our class for prospects
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kin Some Say She l for fear heid have to shine in glory on the platform.
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KI.-XRI.-XX LOCISE RAXNEY
fTransferred from Derry :XC21L1CIl1l'l
Derry, New Hampshire, August 24, 1907
Glee Club President 3, 4, Debating 3, 4, Student
Council 4, Senior Play 4, Critic Staff 4
Once somebody said, "Old friends are better than
new." Now, the class of '25 rises in a body to dispute
that statement. 1Ve are always willing to receive
new friends and we were doubly willing to receive
Nlarian. She hasn't been with us long enough for us
to learn her mettle, but judging from her past
record, we say it's .pity she wasn't in A. 1-1. S. all
FLORENCE HART SEARS
Truro, Nova Scotia, April 3, 1907
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 4,
Graphic Staff 3, 4, Pin Committee lg Girls Club
Secretary 1, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3,
President 4, Science Club 3, Priie Speaking 3, 45
Future: Kansas University
Florence has so many delightful traits of charac-
ter that it is impossible in one or two short para-
JEAN N111 ION SF XRI1
New York City, June 29, 1908
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 4, junior
Play Cast, Graphic Staff 4, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Jean might be called the "Queen of Hearts" and
that would be no tlattery, but the ungarnished truth.
Her popularity among the panted sex is indis-
putable, This "pretty dancing teacher" was simply
swamped with invitations from the aspiring under-
classmen,who all proved apt pupils under her expert
graphs, to make even a fair beginning of enumerat-
ing them. She is the most entertaining person we
know. She is always so joyous and impetuous that
we never know what to expect next from her.
However, she is exasperatingly contradictory. For
this she has been known to go into raptures over
brown eyes, and once she actually knealt before a
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