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130 p. m. Calisthenics
330 p. m. "Study of the Gollywumpus" Natural History 5:30 m. In memorium Washington, Hopewell, Philadelphia, New York. 9:00 p. m. Taps Pennant Drill 16 boys from school cities. Thursday afternoon was to occur the annual competitive drill, but owing to unfavorable weather conditions it was necessary to postpone this event. By evening skies had cleared up to such a degree that people came in from far and wide for the last program of the week, the band concert. As in the past this proved to be one of the most popular events of the occassion. The boys under the direction of Mr. Mumblehead, were at their best and rendered the finest music of the year, being called on repeatedly for encores. The band was assisted by Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Spalsbury, and the girls' chorus of the school, all of whom performed in their usual fine form. The pro gram follows. MARCH—Old Homespun Fenton 2. OVERTURE—Magneta Huff 3. VOCAL SELECTION—Lullaby Brahms Girls' Chorus 4. SERENADE—Stilly Night Huff 5. VOCAL SOLO—Where the Lindens Bloom.. Back Mrs. Spalsbury 6. SCHOTTISCHE—Eyes of Brown Huff 7. PIANO SOLO—-Tanziveise .... Meyer—Helmund Mrs. Stewart 8. SELECTION—War Songs Dalbey 9. MARCH—International Peace Miller AMERICA And thus the year closes, successful in most respects and with pro spects of better years to come. Let us all work hard at our play during vacation and come back fit and ready for a year's work that will make 1916-1917 the grandest year in the history of this school. 32.