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Page 68 text:
Heies pic 111 your eye.
and amazed us with their admiration of that
bane of meal-time happiness, the microphoneg
they tactfully avoided mentioning the new
proud-Hesh color of the Faculty Dining Room
walls. CVVe hadnit recovered yet from the
shockg we couldn't have answered coherently
to criticism or praisej . . . The Scholarship Fair
and the Iunior-Senior Prom were coming, with
their promises of renewed bankruptcy. Those
who were brave enough to remain at college the
night of the Prom, with hooks and no date, felt
envious of the nonfpromfgoers who had fled, and
contemplated the wisdom-Cand the possihilityl
-of contemplation in such a hectic atmosphere.
. . . The Scholarship Fair, heralded hy inexhaust-
ihlc Aldi gags and gimmicks: "Mother Goose
was on the Loose", but we lost sight of her in
the melee, until the pie-eating contest hrought
the Simple One hack to mind. No gamhlingl
VVell, not really, B.P.D.g this is what is known
as scientific luck. CEven the Police make al-
lowances for the Universal Cause.D . . . The end
"Oh, go alzeacl-jump! lt's not far!
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Mysterious husses came and went again, with
the same heavy-skirted crew. Bach seems to
have instigated this migration, judging from
the shouts of "Mi'XGNll7lCiX'li" that preceded
Our arch-rival, Bennington, appeared in the per-
sons of two very couth and intelligent girls who
spoke of l3cnnington's 'igcographical drawhacksu
ffand it takes us half a months allowance just
to get to Stowelj-hut their "wild surroundingsv
didn't seem to have affected their crudition a
whit. Wleie practically twinsl . . . "'l'hree Sisters
-joxer Daly, disguised as a Russian, with
another deathlcss expression: Uchikehik, chik-
Busses, hlaek skirts, shouts of "For Cod, for
country, and for etcfl
MacCracken did its stint toward money-raising
for the Universal Cause: jewelry sale. We dis-
covered our discarded lzijoiix looking suddenly
magnificent on our friends. Wlell, we can always
borrow . . . Remnants of the olden golden days:
two spruce equestriennes, chests ahlaze with
green ribands, leaving Vllestlands at sunrise to
ride in the St. Patrickis day parade . . . Spring
vacation at lastl XVC left while the metaphorical
lion was still roaring and returned to lind halmy
breezes blowing. Some of us looked more
anaemic than ever, and made frantic visits to
MacCraeken's roof: hut while the ex-Bermudans
retained their hronze magnificence. we only got
cold, or red. But, tanned limhs or no, the men-
tal rigours continued: just see the drawn laces
of those seven who must put all their 'lihoughts
and lmaginings about the "Divine Comedy"
into the cruel confines of a test-Ca form of self-
examination that has heeomc distressingly preva-
lent this year. ls progressiveness regrcssing
lzere?f . . . St. joan was hecoming more and more
impassioned. striding up and down Nancy
Hamhurger's France: you could hear her shout-
ing, "l am AITRAIID to diem. almost every
afternoon at four . . . llronxville was heeoming
curiouser and curiouser ahout the recurrent ap-
pearance of the Diaper Service truck at Perkins:
the Bendixes were rather startled, too, having
tiny dresses to contend with in lieu of the
usual hluc jeans. The answer: Mimi is getting
her degree. Chlrs. hlclntosh was right: she
answered her own question with "Yesl" . . .
Three girls from Smith came for a day or two,
"To follow knowledge like ri sinking sim'
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of the year was approaching awfully rapidly.
Brettel made a Park Laneaish gesture and offered
rides to New York for just as little as the up-
starts. Who will win? CNO one can ever hope
to equal the thrilling one-minute Brettel rides
to the station.D . . . Fritz was putting the flowers
out, each in its own square inch. How can we
be vague surrounded by such precision? . . . As
the weather got hotter, and MacCracken roof
filled up, a few pioneers unbarred windows,
wedged open trap doors, and found tarry de-
tours to that ineffable star. ltls a rare face that
isn't fiery. CWe donlt use the name of the color
per se, anymore-D.
And then, the last worksheet struggled over-
Cand taken to Miss Bidwell for the last time,
what will we do without her?D-5 the last ate'
tempt made to win Ben's friendshipffwho is
now and ever shall be a one-man dogg let us face
the factj-we find the vacation pm' excellence
upon us. QExcept for the poor Seniors. Hal
They have quite another kind of vacation. All
the time in the world, and they want the
Good-by, Johnny, Peter, Mrs. C., and Mr.
Whitehouse. My furniture is untagged but
lim sure you,ll recognize it by its me-ness.-
Good-by Angelo. See you LATer.
Abrams, Nancie Lee
36 Magnolia Avenue
Acheson, Nancy C.
6844 Penham Place
Ahola, Helen Marie
651 Fairview Avenue
135 East Deerpath
Lake Forest, Ill.
135 East Deerpath
Lake Forest, Ill.
875 West End Avenue
New York 25
557 West 141 Street
New York 31
Allen, Nina Lee
51 West 42 Street
7810 68 Road
Middle Village, N. Y.
Zurich 2, Switzerland
Altman, Henry G.
900 Bronx Park South
New York 60
Rye, N. Y.
164 East 72 Street
New York 21
263 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn 16, N. Y.
40 East 88 Street
New York 28
cfo Grant, 54 Langdon Terrace
Home: 1730 Harrison Avenue
1040 Barry Lane
Cincinnati 29, Ohio
233 Prospect Street
Belmont 78, Mass.
St. Paul 10, Minn.
426 Lake Road
Webster, N. Y.
377 Ravine Drive
South Orange, N.
18 Wellyn Road
Yonkers, N. Y.
3232 Reservoir Road
Washington, D. C.
Barnes, John A.
Larchmont, N. Y.
839 Keene Lane
Woodmere, N. Y.
65-38 Booth Street
Forest Hills, N. Y.
Bauer, Julia Merrill
CMrs. Edward W. Jr.D
32 Lake Avenue
Tuckahoe, N. Y.
103 East 86 Street
New York 28
Bennett, Betty Lee
2106 Tyler Street
1035 Devon Road
Pittsburgh 13, Pa.
Bernheim, Frances Reinfeld
CMrs. Daniel BJ
67B Meadowbrook Place
Maplewood, N. J.
442 Mountain Road
West Hartford, Conn.
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