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DEDICATION.

60 all the Washburn men Who

haVe served their country in

this great War, and especially

to those of our men WhohaVe

made the supreme sacri=

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PREFACE.



YTT-rfJH'BUK.N has passed through a
\\A year of distress and sorrow, a pear
in Which she has lost many of her sons
and daughters, Victims of the War and of
the great epidemic Which has swept our
country. This spring-time mar%s the
dawning of a brighter, happier future, and
the rising of a new era in Washburn's life
as in that of the JWation. It is With the
hope that Washburn may play as great
and noble a part in the reconstruction of
the World as in the saving of the World,
that the Junior Class of 1919 offers this
Volume of The KaW to the Washburn
family.



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PARLEY PAUL WOMEI
President of the College.



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The Board, of Trustees.



PARLEY P. WOMER, Ex-Officio President of the Board of Trustees.

FOR TERM ENDING JUNE, 1920.

Otis L. Benton Oberlin

Warren W. Finney, B. S. . . Emporia.
Howard D. Tucker, A. B. . . Eureka.
A. A. Godard, A. B. . . . Topeka.
A. D. Kendall .... Valley Falls.
M. L. Alden . . . Kansas City, Kan.
Charles M. Sheldon, A.B..D.D., Topeka.



FOR TERM ENDING JUNE, 1919.
Leon C. Schnacke, D. D. . . Topeka
William S. Lindsay, M. D. . Topeka
Albe B. Whiting .... Topeka
John C. McCIintock, LL. D. . Topeka
J. W. Gleed, A.M..LL.D.. Kansas City. Mo
Robert Stone, A. B. . . . Topeka

H. H. Welty Topeka

Edward G. Buckland, M.A..LL.B.,

Providence, R. I



FOR TERM ENDING JUNE, 1921.
Arthur J. McCabe, A.M..LL.B.. Topeka.
S. E. Cobb ...... Topeka.

J R. Burrow Topeka.



George A. Guild
Charles S. Elliott .
Frank A. Quail, LL.]
George W. Finnup
Charles F. Pettyjohn



Topeka.

. Topeka.

Cleveland, Ohio.

Garden City.

. . Olathe.



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The Faculty.



PARLEY PAUL WOMEE, B. D.. Sc. D„
President.

DUNCAN LENDRUM McEACHRON, A. B., Litt. D..

Vice-President,

Professor of English Language.

JOHN A. ALDRICH. A. M.,
Professor of Physics and Astronomy.

ELIAS A. BREDIN,

Dean of School of Fine Art>.

Professor of Organ and Musical Theory.

II \/.I".L J. WE BULLOCK. A. P...
Professor of Romance Languages.

HENRY JAMES DOTTERWEICH,
Professor of Pianoforte.

DAXIEL MOSES FISK. Ph. D.. D. D..
Professor of Sociology.

HORACE GUXTHORP, A. M..
Professor of Zoology and Physiology.

ALBERT J. HARXO. B. S.. LL. 1'...

Dean of the School of Law.

Professor of Law.

WILLIAM ASBURY HARSHBARGER, 1'.. S.
Professor of Mathematics,

fSAMUEL C. HEFELBOWER, Ph. 1)..
Professor of Philosophy.

IIK IMAS W. HUGHES, LL. n..
Professor of Law.



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ARTHUR MAY HYDE. A. M..
Professor of History and Economics.

JOHN ERYIX KIRKPATRICK. Ph. D.,
Professor of History and Political Science.

CHARLOTTE MENDELL LEAVITT. A. M.,
Professor of English Literature.

fCLEVELAXD SCOTT LOPER. M. S,
Professor of Engineering.

E. LEIGH MUDGE, Ph. D..
Professor of Education.

EMANUEL D. SCHOXBERGER. A. B.. M. O..
Professor of Public Speaking.

IGNATIUS L. TELLO.
Professor of Violin.

THEODORE WALTER TODD. A. M., LL. B..
Professor of German.

ROY TOWNE, A. M.,

Professor of Latin and Greek.

EDITH MIXOT TWISS. Ph. D..
Professor of Botany.

GEORGE H. WHITCOMB, A. B.. LL. B.,
Professor of Law.

FRAXCES DAVIS WHITTEMORE.

Director of Art Department.

Lecturer on Art.

ROBERT H. DAVIS. A. M.,
Acting Professor of Philosophy.

LEO FRAXCIS PIERCE, B. S.,
Acting Professor of Chemistry.

HEXR1 ROXCH1,
Acting Professor of French.

RALPH E. SCAM ELL. B. S..
Acting Professor of Engineering.

RUTH KINGMAN, A. B..
Assistant Professor of Spanish.

MARY WIXSTOX XEWSOX, Ph. D..
Assistant Professor of Mathematics.

ELLA C. ADAMS.
Instructor in Expression.



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ELMER E. BEARG, A. B.,
Physical Director.

ETHEL GRANT, A. B.,

Instructor in Pianoforte and History of Music.

HAZEL KLINGAMAN ROGERS. A B.,
instructor in Romance Languages.

KATHERINE WHITING HAND,

Instructor in Interior Decoration.

JESSIE HUMPHREY.

Instructor in Public School Music.

ELSIE L. JOXES. A. M.,
[nstructor in Home Economics.

ELOXORE KURT! I.
Instructor in Voice Culture.

WILSON CURTIS WHEELER, A. P... B. I).,
[nstructor in Biblical Literature.

CLINTON J. EVANS. A. M..
Lecturer on Damages. Private Corporations and Trusts.

OTIS E. HUNGATE,
Lecturer on Criminal Law and Procedure and Torts.

FRED SCHUYLER JACKSOX. LL. B.,
Lecturer on Bailments, Carriers and Public Service Callings.

HARRY GOTTLIEB LARIMER. LL. B.,
Presiding Judge of Practice Court.

HEXRY F. MASOX. B. L.
Lecturer on Constitutional Law.

WILLIAM CHALMERS RALSTOX. A. B., LL. B.,
Lecturer on Municipal Corporations and Conflict of Law-.

JESSIE DEAN, B. S.,
Librarian and Registrar.

GWEXDOLEX SH AKESH AFT. A. B.,

Assistant Librarian.

HATTIE M. HALBERT. A. B.,

Secretary to the President.

ELLA MAY PIXLEY, B. S..
Secretary and Assistant Treasurer.

EMILY SANFORD 1'LATT.
Secretary of the Law School.

* Resigned.

; On leave "f absence.



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HE Alumni of Washburn have played a splendid and valiant part in
the world war. and the College is justly proud of them. Many of
our former students have won special distinction while in the service
of their country, among" them Captain Willis Gan r ey, Lieutenant
Arthur Champeny. and Lieutenant Harwood Benton, who won the Distin-
guished Service Cross ; Sergeant Jake Mertz, who was awarded the Croix de
Guerre and was cited thirteen times for bravery ; Milford Baker, who was
awarded two Italian medals ; and Lieutenant William Leland, who was cited
for bravery and recommended for a captaincy, but whose death occurred be-
fore his commission was received.



OFFICERS OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION.

President Imri Zumwalt.

Vice-President Violet Crumbine.

Secretary-Treasurer .... Hazel Klingaman Rogers.
Trustee Robert Stone.

Board of Athletic Control.
Rad Lee. Coach Ernest Bearg.

Executive Committee.
Annetta Nicoll. Violet Schlegel. P. A. Miller.



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MARI I AKET SI'YDAM.
College.



Leavenv



rth.



Kappa Alpha Theta; W.G.D.S.; Girls' Danc-
ing Club. Pres. (3); Y.W.C.A.; French Club.

Major — English.

Minor — Mathematics.
"A little nonsense now and then
Is relished by the wisest men."



WILLIAM CLAIRE MENNINGER. A. B.

College. Topeka.

Alpha Delta: Sagamore; Zoology Assistant
(3); Review Editor Elect (3); Glee Club (2)

(3); Stud, nt Coi il (2)(3); Review Staff (2);

Press club (2) (3): Pan Hellenic (3); Editor
of Handbook (2); Y.M.C.A., Cabinet (2) (3);
President .Medical Club (2); Biological Club
(3); W.C.L.S.; Class Treas. (1).
Major — Zoology.
Minor Psychology.
"I am very fond of tin- company of ladies."



i-.ri.A FLEMING. A. B. Topeka.

College.
Alpha Phi; Y.W.c.A.; Spanish club; English
Journal Club.

Major Philosophy.
Minor— Spanish.
"A daughter of the gods, divinely tall and
most divinely fair."




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KATHARINE ANNABEL KNOWLES. A. B.

College. Wellington.

Kappa Alpha Theta; Y.W.C.A.. Cabinet (4);
W.G.L.S., Pres. (4); Chairman Hostess House
Committee (4); English Journal Club.
Major — History.
Minor — English.
"Worth, courage, honor, these indeed
Your sustenance and birthright are."



FRANCES ADELAIDE MYERS. A. B. Topeka.
College.
Alpha Phi: Y. W. C. A.; Spanish Club
W.G.L.S.

Major — English.
Minor — Sociology.
"Reproof on her lip. but a smile in her eye.'



WILMA PERRY, A. B. Topeka.

College.
Y.W.C.A.. Cabinet (2); Alethean. Secy. (2);
German Club; Class Vice-Pres. (4).
Major — English.
Minor — History.
"Could I love less. I should be happier."



MARIE GREEN. A. B. Dover.

College.
Phi Sigma Omega; Y.W.C.A. ; Alethean. Vice-
Pres. (4); French Club; English Journal Club;
Orchestra (4).

Major — English.
Minor — French.
"How far that little candle throws its mighty
beam."



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Topeka.



EDITH B. STARK.
College.
Y.W.C.A.; Alethean; French Club. Secy. (2);
Tennis Club; Prohibition Club; English Jour-
nal Club.

Major — Mathematics.
Minor — History.
"O, I am stabbed with laughter."



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SADIE LUELLA LINDENMEYER, B. M.

Fine Arts. Russell.

Sigma Alpha Iota; Y/.W.C.A.; Heliantmis,

Vi Pres. (2); Glee Club; Cast and Score

Club; French Club; Chrm. Music Com. (2).
Major — Public School Music.
Minor— English, Voice. Piano.
"Music is well said to be the speech of
angels."



EMMA LYMAN. A. B. Olat

College.
Phi Sigma Omega. Charter Member (3);
W.C.A., Big Sister Captain (2) (3); Alethe
Vice-Pres. (3); English Journal Club; I'
tical Science Club; Kaw Stan" (3); Stud
i 'ouncil, Vice-Pres. (4).

Major — History.

Minor— Philosophy.
'tSweet are the thoughts that savor of c

tent."



ESTHER JENSON. A. B. Hiawatha.

College.
Kappa Alpha Theta; Y.W.c.A.; French Club;

Junior Prom Committee; Spanish Club. Pres.
(4).

Major — Sociology.

Minor — Spanish.
"O. precious evenings! all too swiftly sped!"



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HELEN HUNTER,
College.
Kappa Alpha Theta; Y.W.C.A.. Vice-Pres.
(4); Press Club (3) ill: Review Staff (3) (4);
Big Sister Captain (3); Alethean; English
Journal Club.

Major — English.
Minor -Political Science.
"Deep brown eyes running over with glee."



GENEVIEVE ISABEI,LE MCMILLAN, A. B.

College. Topeka.

Kappa Alpha Theta: Nonoso; Y. \V. C. A...
Cabinet (2) (3) (4); Review, Ass., rial,- Editor
<2). Editor-in-Chief (3); Alethean; class
Vie, - pres. (1), Secy. He Treas. (2); Pres.
Press Club (3); Political Science Club; Pres.
< :irls' I lancing I Jlub 1 1 I.
Major -History,
Minor — English.
■■.\ perfect woman, nobly planned,
To warn, to comfort, and command."





FA YE BONJOUR. A. B. Onaga.

College.
Alpha Phi; Pi Kappa Delta pledge; Y.W.C.A.;
Alethean; Inter-Collegiate Debate Team (4);
Class Secy. (2); French Club.
Major — English.
Minor — French.
"O, thou art fairer than the evening air."



ETTA McLEOD, A. B.
College.
Y.W.C.A.; W.G.L.S.

French Club.

-English.



English Journal Club;



Major-
Minor-



-Histor.\



"The cautious seldom err.'



BESS M. CUDDY, A. B. Topeka.

College.
Kappa Kappa Chi; Nonoso; Helianthus. Critic
<:!>; Assistant Editor of Review (3); Review
Staff (4); Y.W.C.A.. Cabinet (3). Pres. (4);
Press Club; French Club.
Major — English.
Minor — German.
"A tender heart, a will inflexible."



FINLEY F. NEAL. B. S. Topeka.

Engineering.
Gamma Sigma. Pres. (4); Y.M.C.A., Cabinet
(4): Review Staff (1) (2); Press Club ( 4 > ;
Prohibition Club; Engineer's Club, Pres. (4);
Student Volunteer, Seey-Treas. (4); College
Electrician (1) (2) (4); Physics and Astron-
omy Assistant (1) (4): Instructor in Physics



(4).



Major-
Minor-



thematics. Physics.

leaned toward virtue's side.'



Wellington.



MARJORIE HERRIG. A. B.
College.
Kappa Alpha Theta; Helianthus. Secy. (3);
Pan Hellenic Pres. (4); Junior Prom Chrm.
(3); Y.W.C.A., Big Sister Captain (4); Bio-
logical Club.

Major — Botany.
Minor — Education.
"On one she smiled and he was blest."



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ANNE HAWI.EY. A. B. Herington.

College.
Kappa Alpha Theta; T.W.C.A.; W.G.L.S..
Treas., Pros. (2); Associate Editor of Review



(4).



Major — English.
Minor — French.
5he hath a natural,



I'ise sincerity.



EDNA BEATRICE SMITH, A. B.
College.



Macksville.



Sigma Alpha Iota; Y.W.C.A.; W.G.L.S.. Pres.
(3); Student Council (3) Hi; Pan Hellenic- (3)
(4); Junior Prom Committee (3); Class Treas.
Hi; Biological Club: Glee Club, Pres. (4);
Tennis Club (2).

Major — Bacteriology, Sociology.

Minor — Education.
"Thy voice is a celestial melody."



MARIAN BUSSEY. A. B. Muscotah.

College.
Kappa Kappa Chi; Y.W.C.A.; Alethean. Pres.
(4); Big Sister Captain 13): Biological Club.
Major — Bacteriology.
Minor — Zoology
"Thou has the patience and the faith of
saints."



PAULINE McVEY, A. B. Topeka.

College.
Alpha Phi; Y.W.C.A.; Spanish Assistant (4);
Pan Hellenic Cii Hi; Vice-Pres. Spanish Club
(3) (4); French Club.
Major — English.
Minor —Spanish.
"But to see her was to love her,
Love but her, and love forever."



MART PAULINE HOLL, A. B. Topeka.

College.
Kappa Kappa Chi; Tau Delta Pi; Y.W.C.A.;
W.G.L.S., Secy. (2), Pies. (3); Press Club (S)
ili; Assistant Editor of Review (4); Biologi-
cal Club; Assistant in Botany (3); Assistant

iii Bacteriolog] (4); English Journal Club;

Orchestra (4).

Majoi Bacteriology.

Minor — English.
"Thy modesty's a candle to thy merit.'




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DOROTHY LOUISE TVAHLE. B. M. T

Fine Arts.
Kappa Alpha Theta: T.W.C.A.; Glee
Cast and Score Club.

Major — Public School Music.
"I am sure care is an enemy to life."



DOROTHY DEAN FOSTER
College.



Kappa Kappa Chi
Athletic Board.



Jennings. Okla.
Y.W.C.A.; W.G.L.S.;



Major — Education.
Minor — Chemistry.
'And feel that I am happier than I know."



BEATRICE ESTHER McLEOD. A. B. Topeka.
College.
Y.W.C.A.; W.G.L.S.; French Club; Math Club.
Major — Mathematics.
Minor — Education.
"Not much talk. — a great sweet silence."



KENNETH MILNER KERANS. A. B. Alma.

College.
Alpha Delta: Sagamore; Review Editor Elect;
Review Staff (2); Kaw Staff (3); Class Pres.
(2); Editor of Handbook (3); Y.M.C.A.. Cabi-
net (3); Gamma Sigma; English Assistant
(3); Press Club (3) (4).
Major — Economics.
Minor — Sociology.



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Df honor add not to his worth,
himself an honor to his titles.'



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Okla.



JESSIE DOt'GLAS. A. B.
College.
Phi Sigma Omega: Y.W.C.A.; Alethean (3)
(4), Critic (41; French Club; (Two years at
Oklahoma Methodist University).
Major — French.
Minor — German.
"Let none presume to wear an undeserved
dignity."



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MARGt'ERITE SCOTT. A. B. Topeka.

College.
Y.W.C.A.; W.G.L.S.. Treas. (3); English
Journal Club.

Major — English.
Minor— History.
•■True as the dial to the sun.
Although it be not shined upon.''



DAVID COWGILL. B. S. To]

College.
Gamma Sigma; Y. M. C. A.
Major — Chemistry.
Minor — Zoology. Mathematics.
"The sun of all my day has not yei set.'



MILDRED WILSON. A. B. Richfi

College.
Kappa Kappa Chi; W.G.L.S.; Press Club.
Major — Botany.
Minor — Mathematics.
"I would help others of a fellow feeling.'



RUTH THOMPSON. A. B. Topeka.

College.
Kappa Alpha Theta; Y.W.C.A.; Biological
Club. Vlce-Pres. (4).
Major — Sociology.
Minor — English.
"With eyes that looked into the very soul."



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HELEN 1" UMAX. A. B
College.
5T.W.C.A.; Alethean, Critic (3); Glee Club (3)
ill. sin. but Council ill; Big Sister Captain
ili; Holbrook Executive Com. Vice-Pres.(4);
Junior Prom Com. (3); German Cluh (2);
Biological Club (3) I 1).

.\bi i"i Botany.

Minor Chemistry. English.
"I see the right and 1 approve H too."




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RUTH TOMLINSON. A. B. Topeka.

College.
Alpha Phi: Y.W.C.A.. Treas. (4); W.G.L.S.;
Class Secy. (3); Tennis Club (2); Biological
Club, Pres. (4).

Major — Bacteriology.
Minor — Education.
"As frank as rain
On cherry blossoms."



FRANCES ISABEL GAW. A. B. Topeka.

College.
Sigma Alpha Iota. Pres. (2); Nonoso. Secy-
Treas. (4); Pi Kappa Delta (3) (4); Student
Council, Pres. (4); Y.W.C.A., Big Sister Cap-
tain (3). Cabinet (4); Alethean. Secy. (3);
Biological Club (2) (3); Press Club (3) (4);
Review Staff (3): Class Treas. (3); Intercol-
legiate Debate (3).
Major — Education.
Minor — Botany.
"She has striven — and achieved much."

MARGARET YVHITTEMORE. A. B. Topeka.
College.
Kappa Kappa Chi; Y.W.C.A.; Alethean. Vice-
Pres. (2); Glee Club, Secy. (4); Kaw Staff
(3); French Club; Press Club; Review Staff
(3) (4); Class Secy. (4).
Major — English.
Minor — German.
"Seraphs share with thee Knowledge.
But Art. O Woman, is thine alone!"

CATHERINE CONKLING. A. B. Lyons.

College.
Kappa Alpha Theta; Y.W.C.A.; Review Staff
(2) (3) ill: Chrm. Publicity Com. (3); Press
Club; French Club; Sr. Rep. Athletic Board;
Social Com. of Student Council; Vice-Pres.
Class (3); Kaw Staff (3).
Major — English.
Minor — French.



rry as the day is long."



Topeka.



THEO COBB, A. B.
College.
Kappa Kappa Chi: Helianthus, Treas. (3),
Pres. (4); Editor of Review (4); Press Club,
Pres. (4); French Club; Y.W.C.A.: Big Sister
Captain (4); Enthusiasm Committee of Stu-
dent Council.

Major — History.
Minor — English.
"I am all the daughters of my father's house.
And all the brothers too."



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LILLIE CECIL WISER. A. B. Beloit.

College.
Y.W.C.A.; W.G.L.S.. Treas. (2). Pres. (4);
English Journal Club; German Club; Student
Government, Secy. (2).
Major — English.
Minor — Education.
"With malice toward none, with charity for



EDITH CELESTE CONARD. B. S.
College.
Y.W.C.A.; W.G.L.S.; German Club,
(2); Medical Club; Biological Club.
Major — Botany.

Minor — Chemistry, Mathematics.
"Speaks three or tour languages w



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MIRIAM ANNA FRANKLIN. A. B. Rossville.

College.
Zeta Tau Alpha; Phi Sigma Omega. Pres.
Hi; Alethean, Pres. (4); Y.W.c.A.; Pi Kappa
Delta pledge; Expression club; Intercolleg-
iate Debate Team (4).
Major — English.
Minor — Public Speaking.
"Tully was not so eloquent as thou."



LULU RAE WISER. A. P.. Beloi

College.
Y.W.c.A.; W.G.L.S.; German club; Biolog
ical Club, Vice-Pres. (4); Student Govern
ment, Pres. (4).
Major — Botany.
Minor — Education.
"Inflamed with the study of learning and th
admiration of virtue."



MARGUERITE THRAPP, A. B. Topeka.

College.

Kappa Alpha Theta; ST.W.C.A., Big Sister

Captain (3); Biological Club; Pres Girls'

Dancing Club (2); Manager May Fete (3);

Chairman of All-scl I Social Com. i I).

Major -Sociology.
M Inor — Englisli.
"She is pretty to walk with.
And wilt \ to talk with.
And pleasant, too, t.i think on."



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FLORENCE SHIRK. B. M. Cairo.

Fine Arts.
Y.W.C.A.; Alethean; Glee Club; Spanish Club.

Major — Public School Music.
"To make sweet music she could succeed."



NINA HANSON. A. B. Hiawatha.

College.
Y.W.C.A.; W.G.L.S.; Biological Club. Secy-
Treas. (3); German Club; Expression Club,
Vice-Pres. (3); Botany Assistant (4).
Major — Botany.
Minor — Mathematics.
"How near to good is what is fair!"



HARRY RUFUS ANDERSON, A. B. Oberlin.
College.
Y.M.C.A., Cabinet (2) (3). Pres. (4); Saga-
more. Pres. <4); Debate (3) (4); Pi Kappa
Delta, Pres. (4); Gamma Sigma; Prohibition
Club; Political Science Club; Biological Club;
Manager Review (4).

Major — Political Science. Economics.

Minor — History.
"Sweet are the slumbers of a virtuous man!"



KATHLEEN ROGAN. A. B. Topeka.

College.
Y.W.C.A.; W.G.L.S.; French Club; English
Journal Club.

Major — English.
Minor — French.
"Genius must be born, and never can be
taught."



FLORENCE FAIR, A. B. Topeka.

College.
Kappa Kappa Chi; Y.W.C.A.. Big Sister Cap-
tain (4); Alethean (1) (2); Helianthus (3) (4),
Vice-Pres. (4); English Journal Club; Press
Club (3) (4); Review Staff (2) (3) (4); Stu-
dent Council (4); Kaw Staff (3); Junior Prom
Committee (3).

Major — English.

Minor — Sociology.
"Is she not passing 'Fair'?"



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MARIAN LHRRIGO. A. B. Topeka.

College.
Kappa Kappa Chi; Nonoso; Tail Delta Pi; Y.
W.C.A., Cabinet (3) (4i; Assistant Editor or
the Kaw (3); Review Staff (2) (3) (4); W.G.
L.S.; Press Club.

Major — Chemistry.

Minor — Bacteriology.
"She speaks, behaves, ami acts just as she

ought."



ROBERT I.. WEBB. LI,. B.
Law



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Sagamore; Pres. Law School (3); Student
Council (4); Clerk of Law School District
Court ill; Review Staff (3).

Major — Law.
"Let us consider the reasons of the case.
For nothing is law that is not reason."



BESSIE MA?: HANSON. A. B. Hiawatha,

College.
Y.YV.C.A.; W.G.L.S., Secy. (3); English Jour-
nal Club; Prohibition Club; Political Science
Club.

Major — History.
Minor — English.
"Strong reasons make strong actions."



MYRTLE KESLEIS GRAVES. A. B. T ika

< 'ollege.
Kappa Kappa Chi; Y.W.C.A., Big Sister Cap-
tain (3); Alethean; All-scl I Social Com

lnittee ili; Library Assistant (4).
Major — Education.
Minor — Sociology.
"A workl-without-end bargain."



CLARA LAMBEHSON, A. B.

College.
Major — Botany.
Minor — Education.
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VIRGINIA TALIAFERRO, B. M. Topeka.

Fine Arts.
Sigma Alpha Iota; Graduate of Fine Arts
School, 1916.
Major — Piano.

Minor — Public School Music.
"A great pianist is a great artist."



RONALD EVERETT McCORD. LL. B.

Law. Topeka.

Kappa Sigma; Pres. Senior Class; Football,
Freshman. Varsity (3) (4).

Major — Law.
"I am not in the roll of common men."



FLORENCE GRICE. A. B. Topeka.

College.
Y.W.C.A.; W.G.L.S.; German Club, Secy. (2);
Pres. (4).

Major — German.
Minor — Spanish.
"And if I laugh at any mortal thing,
'Tis that I may not weep."



MILDRED VIRGINIA REYNOLDS, A. B.

College. Topeka.

Biological Club.
Major — Botany.
Minor — Education.
"Her part in the world was deeds."



LAURA NEISWANGER, A. B. Topeka.

College.
Kappa Alpha Theta; Nonoso; Review Staff
(2) |3) (4); Press Club, Vice-Pres. (4); Y.W.
C.A.. Cabinet (4); W.G.L.S. (1) (2), Vice-
Pres. (2); Helianthus (3) (4). Vice-Pres. (3);
English Journal Club; Secy-Treas. (3); Kaw
Staff (3).

Major — English.

Minor — Sociology.
"So womanly, so benign, and so meek."



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MILLARD BAXTER TROXELL. A. B.. LL. B.
Hawardin. Iowa.
College and Law School.
Phi Delta Theta; Y.M.C.A., Cabinet (2) (3)
(4); Varsity Club; Political Science Club;
Prohibition Club; Glee Club, Manager (2) (3)
(4); Dramatic Club, Pres. (5). Manager "Yel-
low Jacket"; Yell Leader (2) (3) (4).
Major — Law.
Minor — History.
"Whence is thy learning? Hath thy toil
O'er books consumed the midnight oil?"



CHRISTINA VIRGINIA WARD. A. B. Merriam
College.
Kappa Alpha Theta. Pres. (4); Nonoso. Pres.
(4); Pi Kappa Delta; Editor of Kaw (3); Re-
view Staff: Debate (2) (3); W.G.L.S.. Secy.
(3); Student Council (3); Y. W. C. A.. Cabi-
net (4); Class Secy. (3); Washburn Rep. at
Kansas Day Republican Banquet <4i.

Major — English.

Minor — Economics.
"So well she acted all and every part by

turns."



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HENRY J. SULLIVAN, I.I. B.

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LESTER POSVAR.

Public Speaking is right in his line.
Or he'd make an officer fine;

Even though it is said

He too often sees red.
It hasn't dazzled his eyes with its shine.



PAULINE SANDERS.

With her songs not the least of her arts,
This "wee brown maid" won all our hearts;
She smiles whether the fates
Give to her Chem. or dates;
She's the sweetest girl round these here
parts.


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