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A fremlian S lip.
speakers name: Swami Nikilanandag anyone
with such a poetic name must have something
important to say. VVhat did he say?-T don't
knowg but he had the most lveautiful handsl . . .
Amazing feat of imagination: Bates became a
chapel for one fantastic half an hour, as televi-
sion cameras recorded us marching to "Onward
Christian Soldiersf, . . . hir. Gregory paid his an-
nual visit to the cafe and made a vast deduction:
"T am DELIGHTED to see that the cafeteria
has become a common meeting-ground for the
students and facultyf, . . . The S.S. Scholarship
Dinner: a horrible grinding sound and Bill
lleads much-magnified voice saying 'ANOYV
HEAR TI IIS!" Qflow could we help but hear
it?D Tags on the silverware at our left hand:
i'Fork Over." CT-his is the first time they've asked
us for donations colloquiallyllfand the Faculty
show: a new singin' and dancin' sensation in
l. P. Birdbathg Three Little Maids From School:
Esther, Margaret, and Alice B.
Vlflty slmultl we lve so introspeetual?
lfVe'll lve completely inefectualg
Sometimes a girl lms feelings-
-wlzielz are -not intellectual.
T Script-writer Hillis directions.
VV hy donlt we all just move to Broadway?
February began with a hlm to end all Friday
night films, with the END OF REEL ONE
coming in the usual critical spot: "Dead of
Nightfl T don't think Charlie NlcCarthyis very
funny any more . . . Hard work was beginning
to derange us a little. Announcement at dinner:
"There will be a meeting for all those interested
in having a meeting at seven oiclock in the Em-
NOW YOU HAVE A GOOD OPPORTUNI-
TY TO REST UP.
Interim week: " . . . a week will be set aside
early in February to enable Students to finish
up back work . . . and, generally, to relaxfl A
most inaccurate veneralization. T hev meant to
HYUH ean't get a man with a gun"
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i'E1'eryl10dy luis to get into the act."
VVhat Ross hath wrought! Though the frost
was crufel, there were some conscientious min-
strels who sang under Bronxville windows-
until one window was slammed. A pox on'tl
Vacation . . . fthe small-library-travelling-com-
panion might as well have collected dust in the
rooms at schoolg but, taken home, at least they
are safe from the Misses StoneD . . . Can the
sweet mystery of life be Sleep? It was very nice
. . . the hrst few days, at any rate, before thc
others returned . . .
IAN UARY 3: Back to sharpen our noses again,
proverbially. A bare left hand looked awfully
bare, suddenly. Edith Sitwcll hasn't ever been
engaged. CBut gee-she doesnit look very
happyj lmpassioned notes to Dons from the
AA. Office: vacation had not made the muscles
of the disenchanted fencing class any more
supple.ASomehow the Hrst blaze of romanticism
-that brought to mind Douglas Fairbanks and
'lihe Prisoner of Zenda-died away with the
scicntihc exercise of the eu gnrtle position, Cin
sneakersl, and class attendance shrank propor-
tionately . . . Joe Campbell spoke on "Good and
Evil" while New Years irresolutc Resolutions
were still slightly rememberedg but the usual
shortage of time left us with inchoate questions
that had no hope of being answered. QVVhen
will the library wait ,til eleven to close??D
TAKE CARE OF YOURSELVES! THIS IS
VERY GOOD XVEATHER FOR PNEU-
MONIAYP Qld call it EVILFD
'lihe Masquerade Ball: chivalry hasn't died!
Even if a lady is half Hsh, there are some gal'
lanrs left in the world who'll wheel her in a
barrow . . . january was a lovely month for fish:
Mrs. King brought us D. Salinger and his
Banana Fish. CVVe expected a scrawny little
pale manell Friday night suppers didnt im!
prove, however: the same haddock for twice
as many. Clhe population is heavy in january:
contracts and little news from where the mid-
terms hold sway.D . . . "Can the lntellect Sur-
vive?" But Mrs. Mclntosh, if l let men know
how inielligent l really am. theyll be afraid of
me. ls it all right if l let mine survive incognito?
. . . Wie went to this meeting because of the
"Have11't I seen you somewhere l7CfU1'C?ll
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say, 'ia time when the Students realize, en masse,
that they have all the symptoms of mononucleoe
sis and all the responsibilities of Atlasg a time
when nothing remains but to forget these horri'
hle facts in sleep . . ." And who can sleep with
those worries preying on the mind . . . The llits
and Misses pulled a show together in record
time, Cencouraged and aided by an actor with a
genius for punetualityj 'Sworth-the new
name For that self-conscious dormitory-had its
usual rivmzt gnrde and distorted view of the
production: everything that went on haclcstage
was old news to them by the time "Take 0.
Nunilucru was ready for the puhlicg hut it loolied
quite different from the audience. L. Primo
Canasta was the man whom crime payed, Clinal-
lyllg Annie Wlilliams was crazy with canariesg
and there was a Groucho Marxfish psychiatrist,
whose patients attestedg
llfeire sold on Freud
llfith DT. ole Tlwid
Psychiatry can be fun.
QBetween that and the ,Cocktail Partyn, psy-
chiatry seems to he taking over the theatre.D . . .
Parents' Day: they showed off to advantage,
Cand to our disadvantagel, in class. And they
didn't even think the noon meal was strenuousl
lt's not the younger generation that wears rose-
eolored glasses. Repercussion of their visit:
one father was so upset by the memory of Mr.
Gregory's holding conferences in a poorly con-
verted coatecloset that he started a new fund . . .
someday, no claustrophobia.
i'Take 90141 hands 0 my lilvirlo, young man!"
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