"To the Seniors," from the 1925 Register

"This, our Year Book, is dedicated to those worthy of such a dedication- the Seniors. Tossed about and shaken up in the sieve of Labor, some for four, some for six years, they have clung on, refusing to slip through. They have come clean from the sieve, free from dust and good to look on. Seniors-a name to dwell upon. Watson, some adjectives! Ah, here we are. Important? Just see! Wise? Aye, in the best sense of the word. Honorable? Unquestionably so. Illustrious? Time will tell. Ind- Watson, the glass! What's this? Industrious? Ah, to be sure, I neary forgot. This is Latin School, is it not, Watson? Watson, they're men!"