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A full college generation has passed since Boston 'University's
"Annual," the "Hun," has appeared to gladden the hearts of the
students-perhaps excepting those few who have had the linancial
responsibility of the publication g for four years the t' Hui: " has been
only a tradition, and prophets and carping critics have assured us that
no other "Hui: " would ever appear. So long as there were among us
some of the former generation who had assisted in the last sad rites
of the tt l1UIl " of i96, the frequent sight of their sombre garb of
mourning proved an effective damper upon any little sparks of en-
thusiasm which were dormant in student breasts 3 but with the advent
of the Century Class there came to Boston University a body of
students so filled with enthusiasm that the tales of past failures served
only to arouse ambition, and this ambition has not stopped short of
attempting to revive the glory of the past, our long dormant " HUM."
We hope, however, that we have learned wholesome lessons from the
experience of our predecessors, and we have therefore been content
with a more modest volume than we might otherwise have desired,
but one which we hope will prove a pleasing memento of our college
life -- a memento which will leave no bitterness behind it.
None can realize the imperfections of our completed labors more
than we, who have worked so lovingly upon itg and we might offer
many an apology for these imperfections, but we prefer to leave them
all to the generosity of our friends. Yet we would remind any who
may be inclined to criticize that all our work has had to be done in
haste, for the " CENTURV Hun" is the production of only one short
term's work. We feel that we have learned many things, and could
we now begin anew, we should hope to produce a better book, but
that cannot be, and as it is we offer it to our readers.
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Editor in Chief.
Ev1cR11:T'1' W. LoR1.m, B G TT.
LECnE'1'm li. BERRY
JOSEPHINE M. CLARK
ANNIE B. CARNES, A A A.
MAY lfl. CoNAN'l', A 0.
FRANCIS IC. H1XT.I,, K K V.
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JOSEPHINE A. PlL:KlcmNu, TT B 43.
JAMES P. Simon, 9 A X
ARCHIE E. .N0l3LE, G A X.
A. IQOYAL Cum., B G TT.
VVILLIAM Ti. Poon, B G TT
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The ff Hun" is published by the junior Class of the College of
Liberal Arts of Boston Universityq we have not confined attention to
our own class, but we have kept within the College of Liberal Arts,
feeling that we could not do justice to the other departments of the
Just a word about the " grinds." Custom has decreed that every
college annual should contain more or less of these good-natured
roasts, and we have thought it well to follow this decree, but we wish
to emphasize the adjective, and we hope the good nature of each
" roast " will be apparent. Should, however, any victim feel inclined
to take offence and to seek revenge, we here give public notice that
each member of the board will go armed for the remainder of the
college course, and will not hesitate to defend himself or herself
against any attack.
We wish to acknowledge our obligation to all who have assisted
us in the work, especially to the several members of the faculty who
have taken so much interest in the " HUB g" and to our artists, Mr.
D. N. Handy, l99, Miss Everett and Mr. Wheeler, 1900, and Mr. J.
H. Scott, 1902. We do not need to commend their work, for it speaks
for itself. We are also under obligation to many members of the
college for articles which appear in various departments of the volume,
and to them all we return most hearty thanks.
With this salutatory we welcome our readers and wish them all
pleasure in their perusal of the " Cl4:N'l'URv HUB."
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Our Constant Attendants.
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