Excerpt from The Southern Campus, 1927
In a somewhat like manner we are pioneer! Ing; to us has been given the work of charting the unknown waterways. But our efforts, our struggles are destined to become obscured in legend and tradition. Our names, as is only just, will be forgotten. We alone, however, may take the honor of laying the foundation. To us has been given the pleasure and joy of pushing into the unknown. The return is worth the effort. And though our work may be forgotten, its influence will be eternal.
This book marks the close of a period. Two things have come to pass, namely the assurance of the University at Westwood and the entrance into the Pacific Coast Conference, which mean that the days of groping and wandering are passed. The outcome of the future is certain. Let this volume of the Southern Campus express our Ave and Vale.
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