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THF B AR l06 FOR 1956
This year we have chosen "Nature" as a theme for our annual. Whether one has stopped to think
about the influence of our natural environment or not, its influence is there.
Often in late autumn I have overheard a group of fellows in study hall talking. One says, "Well
I finally got my buck. " Another says, "Boy, you should have seen the one Tommy shot- -five pointer:
dressed out at 200 pounds! "
Gradually the talk of pheasant, duck, and deer seasons fades away, put into the background by the
ermine blanket of deep winter, and thoughts turn to skiing and skating--from Terry Peak Slope to lo-
cal hillside, from Blacktail Rink to beaver pond.
Then in years gone by if the first of May fell upon a school day, it was declared a holiday and all
went fishing. The usually crystalline streams, bordered by water seeking spruce, might be muddy
with spring thaws. The "purist" fly fisherman in that case, after a covert look around, sometimes
whipped out a number six hook, put on some garden hackle, and continued his pursuit of Brook, Loch,
Just as the sheltering hills shut out the dry and burning prairie winds of summer and the bitter
frigidity of winter's winds, they also close around us with beauty beyond description--streams of
pristine purity, autumns made rich by golden leaved birch and aspen, majestic pines, flat topped
with age, pines that were standing when George Washington crossed the Delaware, pines that stood
when the Sioux came to their sacred Pahasapa hunting grounds.
Because of our love and enjoyment of nature and its influence upon our lives, we have employed a
nature theme. Please join us on our trip through nature's realm.
FRANKUN BRAINARD, ADVISUR
FOR THE BEAR l06 STAFF
DEADWOOD HIGH SL'H00l
DEADWO0D, SOUTH DAKOTA
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