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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother, Father, and Pete, 1920 April 22

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Dear Mother, Father, and Pete:

It is another glorious day, but with my daily schedule, there is not much of interest to write. The elections for the four big associations came off exactly as I wanted them to. Clifford Sellers in President of Students, Anita Marburg, one of the big Juniors, President of Christian Association, and Edith Meiser, by far the best actress of the college, she was (L'Aiglon), president of Phil. Olove Watkins, our president first semester is secretary of the Students. There was great excitement last night.

Miss Smith told me today that she wrote you, Mother. That was very nice of her.

I have to wait for the others who missed the math quiz to make it up. Darn-----I wanted to have it off my hands.

The laundry came. I won't send any this week.

Founders' Day is Friday a week. It is to be limited to the college community.

We have some tall reading to do in French before the end of the year.