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Bay City, MI Eastern High School Alumni Notes 1915-1916
According to the latest reports, the class of 1916 seems to have been largely composed of shining scholastic lights. Anyway, the records of those who have migrated to higher institutions of learning would lead one to think so. "Willie" Favorite, our auburn haired president, "threw in" two A's at the U. of M., and Earl Spiesberger did likewise. Florian Hiss, Lewis Chapman, Clarence Moulthrop, John Kerr and Morgan Ramsay, all naturally bright boys, received six A's altogether. (Of course, we all know that the six belong to Morgan, but he magnanimously allowed us to to give the others a portion of his honor.) It goes without saying that the girls of '16 upheld our standard.
The enrollment of the University of Michigan was recently swelled by the entrance of Ronald McEwan into the collegiate world. "Mac" is bound to get along as well as he has a very "taking" way. (So Mr. Basler says.)
Florence M. Wells, '15, is in pursuit of higher education in the east. To date, she has succeeded well —very well, indeed.
Gardner Wilson, '15, has returned to New York city after a short illness which had necessitated his return home. "Scotty" intends to take up a course in journalism in Columbia University in connection with his theatrical work.
From the 1917 Yearbook of Eastern High School
Bay City, Michigan Eastern High School Yearbooks
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