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hold of their parts well and the program that follows was rendered
in a creditable manner. Academic Program. A TRIP TO EUROPE: PROLOGUE Mattie Bad Wound CHORUS—AWAY TO CROSS THE BRINY OCEAN Tourists READY FOR THE VOYAGE SONG—HEAVE AWAY Boy Tourists SONG—COME AWAY Girl Tourists THE BAGGAGE OFF CHORUS—BRIGHTEN THE CORNER Tourists and their Friends ON BOARD SHIP SONG—SEASICK CHORUS Passengers THE SAILORS CHEER THE SEASICK PASSENGERS THE CAPTAIN APPEARS AUNT SUE PROPOSES A SHIPBOARD PROGRAM PIANO SOLO Perry Moore RECITATION—THE SQUIRT GUN UNCLE MAKED ME. .Charley Crow EXERCISE AND SONG THE ZIZZY-ZU-ZUM-ZAYS First Grade Girls p^ipfpw BETTER BE GOOD First Grade Girls RECITATION—LITTLE ORPHANT ANNIE Lizzie Two Bulls RECITATION—THE RAGGEDY MAN Jackson Knile EXERCISE AND SONG—WE'RE THE BOYS SAILOR-WORKERS, FIRST GRADE BOYS READING—SECRETARY LANE'S INTERPRETATION OF THE FLAG Louis Whirlwind Horse THE WHARF AT LIVERPOOL AND TRUNKS INSPECTED HOMEWARD BOUND SONG—AMERICA FOR ME WHERE THE FLAG IS FULL OF STARS CHORUS OF PUPILS. Especial mention should be made of the recitation of Little Orphant Annie by Lizzie Two Bulls. This young lady acquited herself with great credit, her enunciation and delivery being very good. 27. •linnli.?'..n ii.iitfftlffwH-ii.!