Sophomore Class: On the 19th day of September, 1921, the big doors of Murdock swung open to let in the largest, most progressive class of students that ever enrolled in this institution. The first year Wells Black was chosen as our president, but before the year was out, he being tired out of greeness handed us over to Leone Daller who brought us through the year with our colors, purple and white, proudly waving and making way for us and our motto, "Progression." This year Arvilla Morris was our president until Christmas time. Under her rule we accomplished many "snappy" things, and also had a great mean good times. One of our best times was the gump we had in November. The grove rang with our shouts and every one knew then that the "Sophs" were all right. Josephine Cox succeeded Arvilla, and one of the most prominent things that stands out undere her successful leadership was the big class party and also the big program held in February.
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