The Oriole year book: Evansville Junior College
The sophomore class
There's Jipson, the modern Michelangelo; in Jipson we possess one of the future's greatest artists and humorists. There is Guernsey, the orator, who is destined for a political career not less brilliant than that of the President of the United States. We have Stirdivant, the school's athletic champion, who has a voice like Caruso. His chief ambition is to pitch for the White Sox. We'll back him to do it. Marian Hardesty is noted for her oratorical and dramatic abilities. She will probably choose the stage as her profession, and Will prove a dangerous rival for Sarah Bernhardt. Minnie Hess is noted for her good disposition and pleasant ways. Her domesticity is very apparent. Take it from us-she's going to make a swell little housekeeper. Della Poole is the little lady who never says much, but who thinks a good deal. She is always to be found reading or studying while the rest of us are star-gazing. We all like Della. Johnson, steady and cheerful, left us before the year was out. The Sophomore bunch keenly felt the change when he had departed. Now Duane is on a farm in Illinois. Genevra Parker is also noted for her ability in declamation. Some day when woman suffrage has become a national institution, she will probably be holding a political office. There is another interesting person in connection with our class: A thundering sound is heard above The students' noisy clatter; A sound we all have learned to love. It stops the busy clatter. And then adown the keyboard, chase A lot of ripples trilly. Musical fireworks run a race And leave us feeling chilly. The uninitiated groans, "Our week-end peace, alack"! But we exclaim in joyous tones, "Why, Mr. Warner's back"! Yes, Mr. Warner-it is he, Whom no one can surpass. We've chosen him the Honorary Member of our class. And there you are. Look us over! Have you ever seen a class with a more brilliant, a more promising future? We challenge you!
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