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THE ATHENIAN BOY'S OATH I pledge to my city, to Athens most dear, Her laws to obey and ideals revere. I'll be generous, just, not triumph by might, And hold in high honor the sacred, the right. And reverence for duty aid to instil That deeds of high purpose

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fill. To Athens I pledge my honor, my all, And support her ideals, with my life, at her call. On her Past so splendid our Present must gain; Only thus can her Future full glory attain. O better and greater through me may she be! More beauty, more glory, dear Athens, to Thee!

MARY MORRIS. By permission of the Author.

Subscribed to by

Gift of The People of the United States
Through the Victory Book Campaign

(A. L. A. —- A. R. C. ---- U.S.O.)
To the Armed Forces and worclictisii

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