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Howann D. HARVEY
This is Mr. Harvey's lirst year in A. H. S. and
only a few of the Seniors have been in his classes.
However, as he was on the morning relief as senti-
nel in the Senior Room his shining countenance is
familiar to all of us. We will especially remem-
ber Mr. Harvey for his beautiful bushy hair. Mr.
Harvey is a well-informed and well-educated
teacher in every sense 'of the word, and is held in
the highest respect by every Senior.
FLOYD M. E1.1.1o1'r, B.Sc., Pl1.B.
Mr. Elliott has been closely associated with the
Seniors this year, which we think has been to his
sorrow. It is true, there was a little tilt occa-
sionally but Mr. Elliott was so good natured and
considerate that we all admired and respected him.
Some of the Seniors may thinlc they are lady-
fussers but hats off to Elliott. Mr. Elliott is both
a refined gentleman and a scholar and his position
on the teaching force has been a credit to A. H. S.
ALBERT F. DARtsY,i B.S., A.B.
Mathematics and Economics
Mr. Darby is completing a course in Law at
the University, and has not been regularly em-
ployed as an instructor. He has imprinted indeli-
bly on the minds of the Seniors the fundamental
laws and facts of Economics. His profound ex-
pounding of the law has been a source of the
greatest benefit to all his pupils. One Senior has
said that it is worth being in Mr. Darby's class
just to see him smile.”