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-Lions and Vikings tangle for five periods.
but Compton loses by lonely point.
-Jackson elected student body president.
The new commissioners are a peppy bunch
-When it rains, it pours. and today's no
exception. All colored hankies displayed.
-We hate to mention it. but Venice licked
us in basketball. There has been some
mention of exams.
-Eleven mid-year seniors get their walking
papers. the rest get flunk notes.
-Our old H. P. rivals out toss us in basket-
ball. This year's race is just half over to-
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-Mr. Walter De Bra resigns. Many mourn
-U. S. history students get a big break-
attend Mission Play. The lucky stiffs.
-Let's leave basketball out of this. lt's get-
-C. S. E. chapter decides to award curricu-
lar services. Mystery comedy. "The Rear
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picked 'n everything.
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with interclass track meet.
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-Everyone enjoyed Arthur Pillsbury's
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-Big bonfire and serpentine brings wrath
of "early to beddersn upon our heads.
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-Repeat the battle of the Marne using "hen
fruit" hand grenades. We licked Venice,
b'gosh. Are we downhearted?
-Lookit them legs! "Heirs at Law," stage
crew play, causes riot.
-H. P. won gridiron feud over Comptonites
by lucky break.
-Many brave orators slayed the foe with
their World Peace speeches.
-Get the adding machine. Wilson has just
killed us. Funeral to be held next assembly.
Curtain-Armistice Day-NO SCHOOL.
Teachers visit, students rest, Lions tie
Pirates, grade cards out-QCURSESJ.
-Welcome alumni. Home Coming Day
brightened by victory over Samohi. Are
we happy? Sez you? Sez we all.
-FIRE! FIRE! Junior sweaters arrive.
-Thanxgiving-give thanks you're no
-Mimirathenians leave for Arrowhead for
weekend outing. Talk about fun-?
-Budding journalists attend press conven-
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-Station VJ-A-T-T-S broadcasting thru
the efforts of the Mimirathenians. Black
-Out on bail. Teachers on two week strike.
Will be on air for next year. Gotta write
to St. Nick now.
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ball. "C" team wins pennant in league:
HD" and "B" tie for first place, and var-
sity wins cellar title,
Miriam Firkins elected president of honor
Mimirathenians start dancing class in girls'
gym. XVhat a struggle!
-COMMISSIONERS DITCH SCHOOL
to visit neighboring schools. I didn't like
the pie they passed off on us did you.
-Hear yef Trojan glees and band appear.
-Tests loom ahead. Seniors are digging
down in earnest. Poor Ernest.
-Bloodl MURDERT Mud Slinger throws
slime. Dirty doing revealed.
-It's a good thing lfor usb that teachers
believe in XVorld Peace or we'd all be hang-
-Can't you just hear the editor saying,
"Say, when are you going to hand in that
calendar? It's lata now."
-Lion's Roar breaks out into full fledged
newspaper-eight whole columns. Today
marks the passing of the third quarter.
May it rest in peace. What's all this men'
tion of a student court?
Judge Georgia Bullock addresses P. T .PL
Parents learn more dirt about us.
-Student body sponsors musical program.
Pomona College Women's glee club
Our Chamber of Commerce presents a fire
prevention program. The illustrations
Bay League schools competed in Times
Constitutional Contest here tonight. We
took third place.
Catastrophe averted. One whole week for
spring vacation. On to the beachf
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same shape, And everyone is glad to get
back to his studies-like fun.
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