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William Newton Weathersby, M.A. Assistant Professor of English, Principal Academy. B.A., M.A., Mississippi College; Princi- pal Tylertown High School, ’oi ; Principal Little Springs High School, ’oi-’c 5; Mississippi College, ’07 — . TO YOUTH The queenly rose with colors bright, And painted by the sun’s pure light, Emits its odors sweet. Its texture w T oven of the air, And beautiful beyond compare, Displays an art complete. And so may truth and love combined Be textures woven in thy mind, To serve in human aid. Then courage will be strong to dare, The richest blessings thine to share, And debt to LIFE be paid. A. J. A.
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To the Faculty Through weeks and months you’ve led us, day by day, Along the paths of knowledge that you’ve trod ; By word and deed you’ve pointed out the way Of service to our fellow man and God. With council, as a father to his son, You’ve ever sought to guide us in the right, And taught us in the race that we must run To keep within the path, and face the light. You’ve taught us not alone the things laid down In books, but larger, grander things of Life; You’ve shown to us and held aloft the crown Which waits for him who conquers in the strife; You’ve striven more than Intellect to give, Than knowledge quickly got and lost again, By your own lives you’ve taught us how to live. By your own manhood made us into men. T. A. R.
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C. D. Smith, Mathematics FELLOWS VV. W. Little, J. W. McKay, Mathematics German Youth and Age Strong in his youth, man dreams himself a god,— He tells with words the story of an age, From pole to pole his beaten paths are trod. The seas and rivers feel his unpent rage, With ropes and cloth he strives the wind to cage, And with a foot-rule measures off the sky, He makes himself a judge, and for a wage He seeks the sacred things of life to buy. And then when man grows old, and comes to die He sees the frailty of the thing he’s done ; And turns again, and gladly comes to lie Beneath the ever tender hand of One Who gave him power to lifJThis eyes above, To work, to hope, to taste of life, and love. V. B. L.
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