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Letter from Marie Litzinger to her parents, October 14, 1917
Marie has finally taken the German exam. It was not very hard, but the marks have not been posted yet. Her days are filled with a usual mixture of lessons, sports (she played hockey once and tennis multiple times) and parties. It has been decided that there will be no May Day this year due to the war.