Seventy-seventh Commencement, Davenport High School, Class of Nineteen Thirty, High School Auditorium, Friday Evening, January the Twenty-fourth at eight o'clock.
First honors in graduation are awarded those whose record is E in at least thirty of the thirty-two academic credits required for graduation.
Second honors are awarded to those whose record is E in at least twenty-four of the thirty-two academic credits required, and averages G in the remaining eight.
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