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Pour long but happy years have the members of the Class of 1909 spent together in college, becoming more and more strongly attached to each other as the years have passed since we first appeared in Room H-y waiting cur turn to consult our now much esteemed Dean Dr. Albert P. McKinley in response to the voice from within, “Work, work, work!”
From that day until this we have steadily looked forward to the proud day when wc should sally forth into the world or boldly into other institutions to attain further glory. Yet we shall look, perhaps, with many regrets upon that final day that shall sever our connection with our Alma Mater, with its many efficient instructors and our associates with whom we have labored side by side, at times, and apart at others.
We came to college to prepare for higher and better work and have toiled seriously and nobly, often, however, in the midst of difficulties and sacrifices. But. in among these hours of toil and study can be seen, in rainbow hues, as it were, many bright moments of pleasure from which seriousness and dignity were often banished.
It is our purpose in presenting this initial volume to give to lasting form such facts and incidents as will throw some light upon what might seem to others a Dark Age in our careers. We trust, however, that the remarks made, whether intended for instructor or student, lie taken in a spirit devoid of seriousness. If you have received much attention at our hands, content yourselves by feeling that you are popular with your associates; if you have received little, remember the limitations placed upon the committee.
Finally, wc wish to extend our hearty thanks to all who have assisted us in making this Ixxjk a success—our instructors, classmates, friends, and especially our advertisers whom wc trust you will frequently patron izc.
In conclusion let us say we earnestly hope that in this first attempt at a college class book wc shall have accomplished onr object, which has been to present to you a book which you will peruse and enjoy in coming years, and which will help to keep fresh in your memories visions of the good old times when you worked with your classmates within the walls of our Alma Mater. Dear, Old, TEMPLE.
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