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THE CLASS WILL -—
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poise to the future Miss St. Philip's.
(12) Erma Perryman wills her nice perform-
ance in history to Bobbie Miller.
(13) Veola Alexander wills her authorita-
tiveness, her ability to run and overrun things
to Eleanor Lewis.
(14) Geraldine Johnson wills her red clothes
to the lucky person they will fit.
(15) Vivian Harris wills her pretty legs to
(16) James Otto wills his filerbustering in
Student Council meetings to the next Student
(17) Mozell Marie Brown wills her ability to
come flying out of Miss Creamer's classes to
(18) Edna Colvin wills her outstanding phisi-
cal ed. ability to her sister Dorothy.
(19) Lorenzo Brown wills his slyness with
women to John Russell.
(20) Dorothy Finley wills her gift of gabbing
in class to Mary Jo Penn.
(21) Gloria Felder wills her efficiency in the
Business office to the next student assistant.
(22) Dorthia Gaskin wills her patience and
understanding to Miss Malloy.
(23) Leslie Jefferson wills his mild disposi-
tion, culture, and refinement to the loquacious
and boisterous Clifford Hardeman.
(24) John Washington wills his sharp clothes
to Robert Calhoun.
(25) David Hartfield wills his '52 Mercury to
his little sister Corinne in order to keep the
money in the Hartfield name.
(26) Martha Cole wills her untimely quiet-
ness and gentleness to Grace Moore.
(27) Carrie Haven wills her patience and
soft-spoken voice to Anne Clark.
We do hereby leave Mr. Everett L. Turbon
as custodian of this most important will, this
25th day of May, 1954.
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Modern Literature Club
Meets Last Time
The last meeting for the Modern Literature
Group of the Avila Club was held April 27,
1954 at Incarnate Word College. From St.
Philip's were Vivian Harris, Loretta Walker,
Carlene Walker, Jerelyn Castleberry, and
Mr Igo, a member of the Department of
English of the San Antonio College and winner
in the National Poetry Contest read his poem.
The poem, "The Third Temptation of St. John,"
is fifty pages long and took seven years to
compose. The reward for such accomplishment
At the end of the discussion, which was
enjoyed by everyone, punch, sandwiches and
cake was served. Meetings will resume in
St. Philip's Spring Activities came to a close
with two intramural championships being
determined. The basketball champion was the
Atomics in the boys division, led by (coach)
Hudgins and (stepper) Steen and crew, while
in the girls division led by Erma Steen and
gang, the Red Shoes walked off with the
In the other activity, the softball champion-
ship was won by the Elcetrons, which feature
such stars as Coleman Burleson, Louis Wolford,
J. Russell and Robert McClure.
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