By vote of the senior class, the entire sophomore class carried the daisy chain on a rainy Class Day.  Agitated alumnae argued that the departure from tradition represented a crime against art and an artificial democracy.

In a less controversial innovation, the senior class presented the story of its four years at the college in the Out-of-Door Theatre in the form of a costume pageant with dances, rather than with the traditional recitations.

The college announced that the total for the $1,000,000 alumnae endowment fund stood at $818,000.  The Class of 1914 made a reunion gift of $12,500.