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THEMONMAL. 9 FAREWELL. As we go forth to face life, And we hear our school-day’s knell, We pause to say, with longing hearts, Dear school of ours, farewell. We have loved familiar places; We have loved our college days; And we promise to remember As we tread life’s long highways. And from you, our college chums, With sadness we depart. We ask you to be loyal And to faithfully do your part. Thus we go with fondest mem’ries Of our school and chums so true. Again we say, with joy and grief, College days, farewell to you. — Florence Courtney.