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September-October 1969 Page 12

During the two week of football camp, while scouting the halls of Upper School whilst the teachers were setting up their classes, the most obvious change was on the first floor, across from the HS's principle's office. What used to be a large gathering area, there were 6 foot high partitions stretching from the outside walls of the classrooms between this open area with a opening in the middle to enter this new classroom.

Mrs. Williams and Miss Leary recognized me (gulp) and during the course of our conversations, I found out that I was member of this new class, Creative Writing (a very large gulp). Excitingly they said "This class will be a lot of fun! We'll be sitting on top of the partitions and hanging off the lights to get ideas for writing!"

Well, as it turns out, our favorite feature of this class was receiving the weekly (or was it monthly?) scholastic paper named "Scope", which we (creatively) called "Scoop".

This class, to me, was brain whacking, but hey, my grades here were better than English and algebra of my previous fours years!


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