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"And if any painter drew her,
He would paint her unaware,
With a halo 'round her hair."
The more one knows, the more one knows one does not know-if you follow us. At
any rate, the more a person knows the less he talks about it. Well, if you've followed us,
Mary must know that she doesn't know a great deal, and if you haven't, it's this: Mary
never talks about what she does know which happens to be a great deal. She says and does
everything so quietly, but so well. Who could help loving one who is so talented, yet
never shows it, except at the right time and in the right place, and is ever ready to give a
helping hand to a less fortunate classmate? We cannot, and we
hope the world is just as appreciative of real value as we have
learned to be. We give to the world a girl with a heart of gold,
and we doubt if the world will find a treasure with which to
cancel its debt to us. We charge you, world, to give her of your
best-Ahappiness and success-gfor she will give her best to you,
and there is little better.
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"With wisdom far beyond her years,
Arid graver than her wondering
We cannot say too much of Margaret, and we would not say too little, but she
presents to us a most puzzling enigma+how can so much knowledge and dignity be
crowded into ive feet two of feminity? When nrst we met her we began at once to revise
our ideas of the requisites of dignity and power. She is our 'slittle Corporal," and it takes
but an instant to know that a fund of knowledge, of power, and of commanding ability
justines that most dignified bearing of our diminutive giant-for she is a giant in matters
intellectual. Truly, though nature made her small of stature, it
made her both impressive and expressive. She is our representaf
tive orator, and if she sways juries as readily as she sways us by
her splendid arguments it bodes ill for those who oppose her.
Whether she be lawyer or business woman, we herewith issue
warning to the male leaders of either calling to look to their
laurels, for our "little Corporal" has learned to plan her camf
paign well and to train her forces minutely, that is, to bend
every one of her mental and physical powers to its respective
end. Her zeal is inexhaustible and she has yet to meet defeat.
May she never know it! March on, "little Corporal," we back
you to a man, for in your battle of life there will be no"Waterf
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"Men may come and men may go,
But I go on forever."
Had those immortal lines of Tennyson been written of a babbling brook of laughter
rather than of the tiny, laughing stream that flows happily through woodland and meadow,
they could truly be applied to our Edith. She is like a fountain of joy, scattering ripples of
laughter wherever she goes. Her happiness is contagious, for when life seems overshadowed
by the dark clouds of worry attendant upon the cares and trials of our schoolgirl life, the
sunshine that is Edith inevitably pierces through the darkest and heaviest of them and
dispels the gloom. Can you blame us for loving her, even if that
famous giggle does naught to enhance the dignity of the seniors?
Edith is the "Peter Pan" of '28, Though she looks hopefully,
even eagerly to the future, she cannot restrain a sigh and a
rather regretful longing for the dear days that used to be. She
will travel far in life, gaining and holding many friends by the
delightful charm of her sunny, smiling character. She will
reach success, perhaps upon a bubble of laughter, but even that
will reflect the rainbow of happiness that she spreads before all
whom she meets.
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