Carrying signs reading, "Back the Deacon's Testament" ten Kirkland residents serenaded their House for 20 minutes yesterday afternoon.
The impromptu demonstration for the Kirkland yearbook began at 2 p.m. and lasted until bucket-wielding fire-fighters took over the field.
The band, supported by Assistant Dean Harlan P. Hanson '48 on the baritone, played "Harvardians," "Ten Thousand Men," and formed a K around the sundial. The afternoon concert ended on a note of triumph with Kirkland's fight song, "Noel."
The yearbook, threatened by low funds, is drumming up support to enable it to continues publication.
Deacons Form First Intramural Baseball Club for Summer PlayTaking the lead in organization for the coming summer intramural baseball competition Kirkland House has already partially formed a team
Kirkland Will Not Publish Yearbook Due to Fund Lack, Declining InterestOne of the few remaining House year-books, Kirkland's Deacon's Testament, will not be published this year, House Committee Chairman Bruce
Alumnus Will Print Deacon '50 YearbookHouse loyalty paid off last night when an alumnus of Kirkland House made possible the continuation of the only House
Kirkland's Deacons Offer Spirit, Friendliness, Emphasis on SportsKirkland House needs about 100 men of all varieties to supplement its truly all around consistency. These men will be
Deacon Yearbook Meets Fund QuotaBecause of the best fund raising year in its history, the Kirkland House yearbook, "The Deacon's Testament," will be published