Just 15 minutes! How can I clear all of my perguntas in just 15 minutes!?!?! I groaned. Angela knows the school better than I do. Then I had an idea.
"Angela?" I asked.
"Yeah?" she asked.
"Is there a biblioteca here?"
"Of course there is. All colleges have a library. Follow me." she said, and we quickened our walking speed, almost running.
"The biblioteca is through these doors." Angela said while pointing to the double doors.
As we went in, there were at least 200 shelves of books. I looked around. I would definetely spend most my time in here in the future.
"So what exactly are we looking for?" Angela asked.
"There should be school yearbooks in here." I said.
"Of course there are." she said.
I sighed in relief.
"Ok, I'll look for the yearbook of 1933 and you look for the yearbook of 1892. I'm having a feeling that the two girls I saw in the hall has valuable information." I said.
"Meet back here when you find the yearbook."
Then we splitted up.
From the tower of books, it would take me forever to find it. I check the clock. DAMN! 4 minutes! I ran to the librarian.
"Is there a section in the biblioteca that holds the past yearbooks?" I asked.
She pointed to the bookshelf to the right.
"Thanks." I said quickly and ran to the yearbooks.
Grrr.... so many books!!! There may be 200 years of books in here!
At least they're in order por years. I looked around, that's wierd, Angela is nowhere in sight. Maybe she already found the yearbooks. Ok, 1900.... 1914.....1929, and 1933. Got it.
I checked out the yearbook and found Angela already in the front door.
I grumbled to myself at how slow I was.
"Here." Angela said while giving me the yearbook.
"Thanks." I said.
"We have 2 minutes. I have to go back to my dorm before I get caught. Tell me if you found anything interesting." she said.
"See you tommorrow." I said, giving her a wave.
Angela already went down the hallway, and I heard her moving down the hall in the other direction than I was headed.
I ran to my dorm, and shut the door. Part of me was glad that Alice wasn't here, so I can look through the books now.
I looked in the 1933 yearbook first and looked for the name Tanya Harrison. But before I found it, I found another picture, Edward Anthony Mason.