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FRANK C. DANIEL
FRANK A. WOODWARD JESSIE C. COOPE
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THE TECHITE 1927
FRANK C. DANIEL
Mr. Daniel is now rounding out his sixteenth year as principal of Tech,
having been elevated to that honored position in 1911. He is a native of
Washington, having received his high school training at Central, where he
held the rank of Colonel of the cadet corps in his senior year. He next
attended Dickinson College in Pennsylvania from which he graduated an
honor student. Tech first received his services as a teacher of sciences
and mathematics in 1902. Later he became head teacher of the math-
ematics department at Tech which office he held until he was promoted to
his present position. Of late Mr. Daniel has been intensely interested in
the erection of Tech's new home, a dream which has materialized through
FRANK A. WOODWARD
Undoubtedly, our assistant-principal, Mr. Woodward, needs no intro-
duction to any of Tech's friends. From the time that Mr. Woodward first
became affiliated with Tech and her children, he has steadily climbed the
ladder of popularity through his unfailing efforts toward exactness and
fairness in his dealings with Tech's students. He is, beyond a doubt, one
of the most highly honored and esteemed of Tech's faculty. His guiding
hand has often straightened out the course of misled students. The mem-
ories of their associations will ever linger in the minds of past and future
Techites. With the advent of the parting of our ways, we shall forever
praise our dearest friend, Mr. Woodward.
JESSIE C. COOPE
1 Dean of Girls
It is with pride that we formally present to the student body Miss
Coope, the Dean of Girls at Tech. Previous to becoming Dean of Girls,
Miss Coope was the physical training instructor of the girls. She has at-
tended the Boston Normal School of Gymnastics, Wilson College, Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology, Harvard Summer School, and George Wash-
The greatest of all her accomplishments is that she has made every-
one admire and respect her. No matter how pre-occupied Miss Coope may
be, she is always willing to help out one of "her girls." The most appro-
priate phrase with which we can characterize Miss Coope is-"To know her
is to love her".
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