||to sing a lullaby in a deep voice to a leather coat|
which served as a baby. Wonder why they used a
If they sound as ridiculous the night of the play
as they did tonight, the audience will either leave
or enjoy the play. Hope they won't leave.
||Classes are usual-went to town in the afternoon|
and Mr. Blair gave me a ride home. He certainly
has been good to us. Very few people would give
up their leisure time to coach a group of girls'
basketballl, and recieve nothing in return. Maybe
sometime, somehow, we will be able to show in a
measure just how much we appreciatehis and Mrs.
Blair's interest in us.
||Thanksgiving-am dead tired, but what a day.|
went with the corps to Roanoke for the last time.
we beat V. M. I. at last. I thought the Class of '31
were the Jonahs, as V. P. I. has not won since we
landed. The game today proved to the contrary.
Sure was a grand game. I would have frozen stiff,
regardless of the extra clothes, blankets, etc., if the
game had been a slow one. The day was wonderful
for Eskimos. It was no wonder Eskimos have such
wooden expressions--they just froze that way one
day when they had nothing on their minds. Gee!
I hope we don't have weather like this much longer,
or there will be lots of Eskimos walking around in
||Just another day.|
||Had hard test today. Work sure does pile up on|
one just before exams. I am going to finish my
exams early, so will be able to leave for the holi
days sooner than most.