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was abandoned there was no paper for several years. In 1914 and. 1915 a group of students published a
journal called "The Scrap Heap." It, too. was short-lived, but in 1922 a paper called "The Aston-
isher" appeared. The name was later changed to "The Antigonianf' the paper which we have today.
The first "Graduate" was published in 1909. It was a publication of the Senior class only until
1926 when it was changed to the annual as we know it. published by students from the whole Senior
Like the Junior-Senior debate tradition, certain other traditions have stayed with us through the
years. Proms and class "spreads" and Class Night programs have been traditions for so many years
that we have forgotten how they were started. For several years now it has been the custom to award
a mirror, a spoon and a spade to chosen members of the Junior class on Class Night. The mirror is
awarded to the most popular Junior girl, the -spoon to the most popular Junior boy, and the spade to
the Junior having the highest scholastic average. These awards were once quite different, however.
Formerly a ladder was given to signify success, and a horseshoe, for luck. The story is that one year
the horseshoe was not to be found. The idea of awarding a mirror, a spoon, and a spade originated
at that time.
As we look back over the years we have reason to be proud of our city's record in education and of
the record our high school has made. To us, as pupils now and as citizens in the future, is the task of
maintaining this record of progress.
Nor without the decent dignity of law
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