"Sunday's Lady, Sweet and Quiet, Saves her Strength for Monday's Riot"

Sunday's Lady, Sweet and Quiet, Saves her Strength for Monday's Riot
Date: 
September 1964

This picture and poem is the last page of "A Pocketful of Rules" pamphlet given out at the start of the academic year to every freshman girl. The poem reads, "Sunday's Lady, Sweet and Quiet, Saves her Strength for Monday's Riot."
Notice: she does not have a mouth!

Location of Document in Archives: 
RG 8/103 Women's Interdormitory Council Box 1 Folder 10