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1935 - School again. got out to 6th period. to Lafayette. got measurements of desk. home James & I tennis  lessons  radio

1936 - Waited from 7:45 to 10:15 A.M. to get physical exam. then registered in Engineering Blg. take a long time. paid $70.00 fees. town. dinner. in room talked 

1937 - Up 7:00. to beans. room. to Neilson. paid $24. talked alot. in room. to beans. to town. met folks. they to "Thin Ice" I waited for Manager. to dorm & back. got check $6.83. painted sign. dorm. painted

1938 - Up late. breakfast. made fire. took out ashes. Mother Sis & I for long walk to end of tunnel. by all had nap. radio. had hotdogs for tea. radio. read Philosophy  radio  more read. shaved. bed

1939 - Up before 7. shower. breakfast. made lunch. to town. to school. commercial. worked on roughs. had criticism  pay $60. till end of term. lunch at ▢ [[Union Square]] warm today. to Dulfer didn't do much. cleaned up. got some. maps. home. sup. tired  dishes. read paper. worked on lettering problem. 


1935 - School as usual. Sec. Dern at West. Get to play some guy tomorrow tourney. James & I tennis  James & I bookkeeping  studied 

1936 - Breakfast. layed around. went wit Bill & Ed to register. Bill, Lyle Christjenson & I to town got billfold 89¢. bus home read. good to be home. supper. read cataloge on instruments

1937 - Up 8:00 fooled around after beans. paintd before. read paper. painted 4 cards for Merrill Larsen. dressed had dinner, fair. room. bull fest roommate hasn't showed up yet. bull fest all evening

1938 - Up early. breakfast. to Powell str. Philosophy lecture. bot charcoal at Flax 52¢. to [[deleted]] Powell [[/deleted]] Galileo. Comm class did layouts. lunch. to sketch class. fair. home foggy. sup. sure funny without Dad. nap. read

1939 - Up 6.45 dressed. breakfast. made lunch. to town. to Dulfer didn't do much. hot today. lunch at ▢ [[=Union Square]]. to Academy had Stolz class. did still life. fair. home early. read paper. sup. Sis & I to city hospital. to see Mary Chinn. back. worked on lettering problem. 
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