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Book A

Week At

II

FarmviUe

Monday: another wee\

LUE the

first

—

day of the wee\

is

the

cult

one to tread. Monday, as ever,

way

largely the success of the conclusion.

week faced

week'end

we

The

schedule of the

us; the dining

room announce'

met each Monday.

ments served to remind us that there were group

responsibilities to be met.

Another period of a

Farmville's tradition ly in song,

always a

Yet. every

diffi-

human

The

laundry Hsts were carefully noted, and the

crammed

full

of a week's washing.

we sang "Rum and Coca Cola" while the vie down the hall played "Making Beheve." Mondays meant "Cherr>' Roll Day" in the Tea Room and down town privileges ^\nd

for the

hemmed-in freshmen. Chapel cuts

times painful.

That

Through many Mondays our troops

their song chapel, for

fought in the Philippines, and the morning

is

expressed adequate-

and the knowledge

headlines told of the victories and the trag-

o[ these ori-

ented the newcomers into the feeling of

edies.

This day began the week, and each

repetition of

belonging.

But Mondays are

is

and "bed check" were familiar and some-

classes began, giving

renewed opportunity for learning.

day the freshmen had

wee\-end and the

wor\

period.

to describe fully

classes or meetings of organizations.

bags

sleepy eyes and various recoUec'

tions of the activities of the

irregidarity of the

falls lot to this transition

which one enters the week determines

With

which seems

bridge which connects play with

event must have a beginning and the in

—a term

hn\ between the

The

routine of the next five days.

Monday''

begins

recalled

by more than

it

brovight us closer to the

of another year.

end

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