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THE LIBRARY

OF

THE UNIVERSITY

OF CALIFORNIA

LOS ANGELES

GIFT OF



Malbone W, Graham



The University that
Kansas Built.




A FAREWELL BY THE
CLASS OF ^98.



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THIS IS THE UNIVERSITY
THAT KANSAS BUILT.



Thou guide by which the nobler arts excel,
Thou nurse of every virtue, fare thee well.

Qoldtmith.



1521 1.0S



Ofl HPPf^OHCHING IWOUrlT Ot^EAD.

Throned on this throne by earth-stress raised and set —
A seat enduring of thy termless reign,
Whence view, o'ersweeping all the peopled plain,

By bounds of distant terraced hills is met

Which way it turns, and ever yet, and yet,
And sees such beauty as to see is pain, —
Thou whom to seek, though vainly, is all gain,

Whom to forsake, cross after bloody sweat.

All-blessing Truth, behold us fled to thee,
Thy blind-bom children, out of desert land
Where is not any shade of smallest tree.
Nor ooze of water in the cankering sand,

To be thine ear-pierced servants, for thy breath
Doth make to see and live : all else is death.

l:ohcrt Wilson Ncal.




C^atfB of '93 ^0 f^e (peopfe of HaneaCf
Creeping:

By your generosity we are what we are; and with a lively sense of our indebted-
ness we promise to study the peace and prosperity of the commonwealth.

C^aBB of '9S ^0 i^c ^out^ of l^anBaB,
(Breeding:

Know ye that the University that Kansas built is an integral part of the public
school system of the state, and that just as ye pass from the grades to the high school,
so may ye (if ye faint not) pass from the high school to the University.

Have we not spied out the land before you? And do we not bring you a good
report? Lo, there will ye find six separate and distinct schools:

SCHOOL OF ARTS, SCHOOL OF LAW,

SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS, SCHOOL OF PHARMACY,

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, POST-GRADUATE SCHOOL.
Each school is well equipped, and together they form a goodly university, whose
reputation extendeth throughout the land, even unto the coaits thereof, and whose
wise men are sought in counsel by the learned men of other nations, even the scientists
of Germany.

Go ye up and possess the land; it is yours; only, be ye strong and very courageous.





ALMA
MATER:



Ye go, and I am left alone I
Ye go into the world of man
'Where days are years, and life
a span,

With all your future for your own.

Ye go : and all the past is done.
Ye are a fanned and chosen seed

Time scatteretb to the future's need;
Yet ten shall waste where springeth one.

And all my gladness is forlorn ;
The echo of my empty halls
Is low^, is dead, and silence crawls

Across each threshold ; let me mourn.

June 8, 1898.



Ye strive in mighty strife with God
And lay your hands upon His work,
And are as nothing: from the murk

Of sunlight, lie ye 'neath the sod.



For Time is Time, and from his grasp
The sand-grain ages drop away.
And man is but as yesterday

\rhen eons make their dying gasp.

Nay, live and strive : but I will mourn.
New footsteps thrill my ivied walls.
New faces brighten in my halls.

But all my heart of love is torn.



HER FAREWELL.



And these sfiall go as ye have gone.
To live and strive and pass away,
To roll vain stones up hill for day.

And perish ere they see the dawn.



Yet, live and strive. My mother love
Approves you nobler for the strife
And holds you dearer for the life

Ye lost and found when tliat ye strove.

But I must mourn, but I must mourn.
Dead past doth the dead past o'erclose,
Yet thought pursues where love foregoes;

And all my heart of love is torn.

Robert Wilson Neat.



THIS IS THE FACULTY

THAT RUNS THE UNIVERSITY
THAT KANSAS BUILT.



And them art worthy > full of power j
As gentle ; liberal-minded, Kireat,
Consistent ; wearing all that weight

Of U^minji lightly like a flower.

In Memoriam.



Francis Huntington Snow, Ph.D., LL.D.,

Chancellor,



^Facult?,



(1.)

EPHRAIM MILLER, Ph.D.,

Dean of School of Arts.
(2.)

JAMES WOODS GREEN, A.M.,

Dean of Scfiool of Law.
(3.)

GEORGE BARLOW PENNY, B.S.,

Dean of Scliool of Fine Arts.



(4.)

LUCIUS ELMER SAYRE, PhJVI., B.S.,

Dean of School of Pharmacy.

(5.)

FRANK OLIN MARVIN, A.M„

Dean of School of Engineering.

(6.)

FRANK WILSON BLACKMAR, Ph.D.,

Dean of Graduate SchooL




SPRING HT K- O.



Jfacult^.



(1.)

EDGAR HENRY SUMMERFIELD BAILEY,
Ph.B.. Ph.D.,

Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy.

(2.)

ALEXANDER MARTIN WILCOX, Ph.D.,

Professor of Greek Language and Literature.

(3.)

ARTHUR GRAVES CANFIELD, A.M.,

Professor of Frencii Language and Literature.



(♦.)

LEWIS LINDSAY DYCHE, A.M., M.S.,

Professor of Zoology, Taxidermist, and Curator of Mammals and Birds.

(5.)

CHARLES GRAHAM DUNLAP, A.B., Litt.D.,

Professor of English Literature.

(6.)

SAMUEL WENDELL WILLISTON, A.M., M.D., Ph.D.,

Professor of Historical Geology, Vertebrate Anatomy,
and Physiology.



a.)
OLIN TEMPLIN, AJVI., M.S.,

Professor of Philosophy.




TO THE )HHS50E~C0MEDY AflD Tl^nCEDY.



Ifaculti?.



(1.)

FRANK HEYWOOD HODDER, Ph.M.,

Professor of American History and Administration.

(2.)

EDWIN MORTIMER HOPKINS, Ph.D.,

Professor of Rhetoric and Englisfi Language.

(3.)

JOSEPH AUGUSTUS FARRELL,

(Leipsic and Florence,)
Professor of Voice Culture, Singing, and Violin.



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ARTHUR TAPPAN WALKER, A.M.,

Professor of Latin Language and Literature.



(S.)



HENRY BYRON NEWSON, Ph.D.,

Associate Professor of Mathematics.



(6.)



EPHRAIM DOUGLASS ADAMS, Ph.D.,

Associate Professor of History and Sociology.



(7.)



ARVIN SOLOMON OLIN, A,M.,

Associate Professor of Pedagogy.



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(S.)



Culture, Siogisis:, a"d







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HO WOflDHH THH CORfi WHS SHOCKED.



/aculti?.



(1.)

WILLIAM BALDWIN BROWNELL, A3., LL.B.,

Associate Professor of Criminal Law, Domestic Relations, Partnerships^
Sales, Agency, and Bailments.

(2. J

MILES WILSON STERLING, AM.,

Assistant Professor of Greek.



(3.)

EDWARD CHARLES MURPHY, M.S., CE.,

Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering.



(4.)

FRANK E. WARD,

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Shop Work.

(5.)

H. FOSTER JONES, A.B.,

Assistant Professor of English.

(6.)

ARTHUR ST. CHARLES DUNSTAN, CE.,

Assistant Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering.



(7.)

GEORGE WAGNER, Ph.C.,

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy.



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WILLIS LEWIS MYERS -

(1) " Dark with excessive bright."



Eldorado



BERT BERNARD McCALL BelleviUc

(2) " Through all his actions, counsels and discourse.

Mildness and decision guides him."



MABELLE CHRISTA McGREGOR -

(3) " She sails airily through the ball

This wee, little bit of a girL"



Winficld



RALPH GIRARD McKINNIE - - - Bcloit

Class President.

(4) " A merrier man within the limit of becoming mirth,

I never spent an hours' talk withall."

JOHN EDWARD McPHERSON * B- K- - Blue Rapids

(5) " None but himself can be his paralleL"



ELISE NEUENSCHWANDER - - WaKccncy

(6} " I cannot tell what the dickens her name is."



FRED DETTMAR NORTHRUP - - Kansas City



(7)



" Work of his hand
He nor commends, nor grieves."






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CELIA EMILY PENNINGTON - Lawrence

(1) "Teaching that sweet philosophy, aloud.

Which sees the silver lining of the cloud,
Looking for good in all beneath the skies."



ISSm BRANDER POTTS -

(.;) " Her very frowns are fairer far

Tfian smiles of other maidens are."



Paola



WILLIAM EDGAR RINGLE - Cherryvale

(:i) " And gladly wolde he leme, and gladly teche."



GEORGE HENRY RISING - - - Salina

(4) " Without a sign his sword the brave man draws

And asks no omen but his country's cause."



RICHARD JAMES SMITH - Kansas City, Mo.

(5) "A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays

And confident to-morrows."

MARTHA BOUTELLE SNOW, * b- k- - Lawrence

(6) " Thou art thy father's daughter; there's enough."



JAMES RODGER SNYDER - Augusta

(7) " Deep on his front engraven,

Deliberation sat."




pt^OlW THE K- U- STABUES.



Scbool of arts.



ALVAH SOUDER

(I) " He nothing common did or mean

Upon thit memorable scene."



ALICE ISABELLE SPENCER -

^l;) " She doeth little kindnesses

Which most leave undone or despise.'



EDWARD BRUCE SPIERS -

(3) " The sun set ; but set not his hope."



Newton



Plcasanton



Lyons



CHARLES ALBERTIS WAGNER -

(4) "But since he's here, lets' see what he has done."



Horton



BLANCHE WARDE

(5) " She is most fair, and thereunto

Her life doth rightly harmonize."



Lawrence



ALBERT E. WARDNER, JR., ^>^y^v:^^^





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UUfJIOR PROM.



Scbool of arts.



LULU WICKERSHAM



McPherson



(1)



"Steadfast and tender in the hour of need,
Gentle in thought, benevolent in deed."



WEBSTER WILDER

(2) " Whate 'er he did was done with ease,

In fiim 'twas natural to please."



Hiawatha



HERBERT WING, '^• B K- - - - Newton

(3) "For him was levere have at his beddes heed

Twenty bokes, clad in blak or reed
Of Aristotie and his philosophye.
Than robes riche, or fidele, or gay sautrye."

MINNIE ELLA ZIMMERMAN - Lawrence

(1) " Age can not wither her, nor custom stale

Her infinite variety."



MAYME ADDISON

(5) " Curteys she was, discreet, and debonaire."



Salina



Scbool of jfine arts— ipaintino.



SARA EMILY THRASHER - San Francisco, Cal.

(6) " There was an archness in tfiine eyes,

Bom of the gentlest mockeries."



MARY WELCH -

(7) "From thee I learn all gentleness,

From thee I learn all truth."



Burrton



Scbool of arts*



"Full many a gem of purest ray serene,
The dark unfathom'd caves of ocean bear.''



RUTH NEWHALL GROVER Leavenworth

" Discret sche was in answering alway,
Though sche were wis as Pallas, dar I sayn."



ROBERT WILSON NEAL

"He on honey -dew hath fed.
And drunk the milk of Paradise."



Columbus



LOUIS BERNARD OLSEN - - Tonganoxic

" I think he came like Ganymede,
From some delightful valley."



DUFF G. PHILLIPS - - - - Roland

"And still they gazed and still the wonder grew,
That one small head could carry all he knew."



AGNES RADFORD

"Great feeling hath she of her own,
Which lesser souls may never know."



Lawrence



CHARLES EDWIN SHUTT, A.M., ^- B K- - Peabody

"There's such a charm in melancholy,
I would not, if I could, be gay."



EVANGELINE MARY SINNOTT Oswego

"And al was conscience and tendre herfe."



School of pine A^ts.



KATE BOYLES.
Lawrence.



MABEL ANNA HSHER.
North Lawrence.



DELLA IRETON.
Chapman.



flDusic.



MAUDE ISABELLA McSHEA.
Chapman.



FLORENCE MAUDE MILLER.
Pratt.



CARRIE ELECTA PAMPEL.
Centralia.




Miller.



Fisher.



Pampel.



Iretox.



BOYLES.



McShea.




"O mamma I does this man belong to a circus ?"

"No, my child, it is only a member of the K. U. Jockey Qub."



School of Engineering.



(Ttvil lEnoinccrs.



VICTOR ORSINO BOONE,
Baxter Springs.

PHILO S. BURKHOLDER.
Harper.

HARRY G. CLARK,
Leavenworth.

WILLIAM O. GALBREATH,
Utica, Mo.

CECIL NEIL HAGGART,
Salina.



WILLIAM CHRISTIAN HO AD, 5 H ,
Lecompton.

JOHN DE NAVARRE MACOMB, Jr., M.S., 2 H',
Coffeyville.

ALFRED M. MYERS.
Peabody.

JOHN CHRISTOPHER SANDERSON,
Rich HiU Mo.

THOMAS B. SEARS.
Tescott.




Galureatii.



HOAD.

Myers.



HA(i(!ART.



feAXDERSOS.



Mai o.Mll.



BlRKIIOLDEK.

Clark.



BtH)NE.




Vt-ieLy Tra.niL


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