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5. MOTION SONG
12. Girls' Shoe Race.... Myrtle Allman 2 13. Potato Race Myrtle Allman 1 (Prizes consisting of ribbon with event marked was given to each winner.) Directly after supper the student body assembled on the cam pus and gave a series of exhibition drills with and without arms, with wands, with clubs as well as setting up exercises. Lieut. Mal vin A. Nelson acted as judge of these drills and awarded first place to Company A. Immediately following this, the final dress parade of the year was held and with the passing of the corps from the parade grounds the military work of the year closed. The graduation exercises were held in the auditorium of the school building which was filled to its capacity of 450. Every number of the program was well rendered. The participants in the declamation contest who were members of the sixth grade and who were drilled by Prof. Morrow acquitted themselves especially with honors. The folk dance, the barefoot boys and the First grade ex ercises were other items that merit special mention. The full pro gram follows: 1. PATRIOTIC SONG God For Us By the School—Bugle Accompaniment, John Lee 2. DUET IN COSTUME I Don't Want to Play in Your Yard Helen Vogel and Helen Whitney 3. EXERCISE Oar School Garden Sixteen First Grade Pupils 4. FOLK DANCE Pupils from Second and Third Grades Eight First Grade Pupils 6. RECITATION AND TABLEAU The Barefoot Boy Oliver High Pine and Lawrence Running Hawk 7. DIALOGUE The Land of the Barefoot Boy Eight Fourth Grade Pupils 8. PRIZE DECLAMATION CONTEST (Four Members of The Graduating Class) The Doom of Claudius and Cynthia Martha Henry Cigarette's Ride and Death Annie Yellow Thunder West Point's Foot Ball Team Chauncey Bissonette 17.