I have so much to tell you and so little time to tell it in only ½ hr. before supper and then a little while after supper, as this must be mailed at 7:30 & I want to go to the Christians meeting with Margaret Cobb at 7:00.
I will begin last Friday. I got blue again in the afternoon as I happened to be talking to Miss Palmer & when she asked me how I was getting along & I started to tell her I got so blue I cried but she cheered me up and then I did some geom.
After the game I went over to see Adele & Marjory for a few minutes, and bought a geom. book from Marjory to be paid for in the future 50¢ for after buying an English book 35¢ stamps & note book & 10¢ [di…?]. I am again reduced to 50¢. I have 3.50 for ticket set aside in an envelope tho.
I went out to dinner with Dorothy Smith a Freshman who is going to spend Thks. in Mtclair with Anna
That night M. Cobb & I studied in my room not helping each other you understand but just together. Then we made ourselves a cup of tea but there were only two crackers left. It was real cozy tho. Margaret Cobb is a Freshman on the 3rd floor of North & I have [Chummed?] with her a lot this week end at least she has [chummed?] with me too. Sat. a.m. I intended to study & I did do all my Latin for Tues. Then I heard the cheering for the Freshman-Soph hockey
game and could not resist it. When I arrived in my beautiful blue stockings & blue tie which is our class color (Yale blue & white) the score was 8-1 in favor of the Freshmen. ^[crossed out: & they] ^[...ion?] After the game the Fresh. & Jr, marched & sang in the “dancing line & carried the teams on their shoulders to the Jr. class tree. Then tied our class banner around the tree & put the team around it & cheered them all.
Then I got your nice letter. & then a lot of us
After that I came home & studied in M. Cobbs room till 5:30 & then I had a german
After chapel we had an “appointment with the Juniors which was a secret only we were told to wear rough clothes. We met outside chapel
rather weird with the drum & the gipsies. When we got to sunset hill an enormous bonfire was lighted and we made a big circle around it and the front rows of girls sat down & others stood up and we all sang and cheered about an hour. A man kept the fire up by throwing boxes on it. Then we all marched back again.
Then I studied but did not get all my lessons done I spent six hours on my german. I had to do a story
I had to study to day but it was only reading [Fr.?] & german.
The swimming pool is open but I have not had time to go in yet.
I wanted to get all my studying done before I wrote you so thats why I left it so late and this letter is so rushed.
I studied in M Cobbs room & wrote this letter
I am just so excited about coming home & seeing you all. I am going to bring my best black satin slippers and perhaps a nice dress. I will bring some laundry but it will be all right to have it done the week after as I do not need it. Well lots of love to my dear Mamma & Daddy & Don. Goo.