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A girl student dresses in a moustache and white cook's uniform on a dare to win a man's job as a cake decorator in the Navy (page 3); Passing of Miss Emma Feeney (faculty from 1918-22 at FTC and then Pratt Institute); "Mary" is most popular name among student body. Most unusual names: "Solange, Athena, Justine, Avis, Caretta, Sabra, Wendolyn, Stelia, Thalia, Desire, Monya, and Kegvart." (page 1); help for displaced persons in the British Occupied Zone of Germany (page 1)
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Framingham State University, "The Gatepost, v17, issue 04" (1947). The Gatepost: All Issues. 140.