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The first Spring Day was held on the Arts Quadrangle in 1902 and featured students in costumes, floats in a “pee-rade” (parade), and sideshows in tents for which admission was charged.
During the 1920s, Spring Day themes featured “When Knighthood was in Flower,” “Venice” and “Roman Circus”. In the 1960s Spring Day came to a halt… “Not only was there a lack of campus interest in serious fun, but also mischievous and dangerous pranks plagued the traditional day.”