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Professor IT. B. Duncanson received his early training in the public schools of Ohio and Nebraska; graduated from Nebraska State Normal in 1886; taught one year as principal of high school: graduated from State University in 1890 with B. Sc. degree; was assistant in the industrial college for two years; in (892 he was placed in charge of the Biological Department of the State Normal; in 1894 he received his A. M. degree from the State University; has spent three summers in Europe and has done one year’s work in Leipzig University. lie is a charter member of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences and has served as president; in addition to some minor organizations, lie has a life membership in the following: American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Microscopical Association, and the Nebraska State Teachers’ Association.
Associate Professor C. R. Weeks; educated in the public schools of Wisconsin and Nebraska; graduate from Fairbury high school; graduated from the Nebraska State University in 1907 with the degree of B. Sc. With several years as principal of high schools, as superintendent of schools of Fairmont, and as assistant in Dairy Husbandry Department of State University, he brings to the Normal a wealth of experience. While in the university he was vice-president of class, class orator committee, member of dramatic club, Acacia and Kappa Sigma fraternities.
Instructor C. V. Williams; educated in the public schools of Nebraska; graduated from the Nebraska State Normal in 1902. He has made an enviable record as principal of Stuart High School, Iowa, and as superintendent of schools at Guthrie Centre, Iowa. Besides membership in minor organizations, he is a member of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences. He has had several years’ experience as platform manager and organizer of chautauquas. In addition he has had considerable experience as an institute instructor and conductor of teachers’ county summer schools in Iowa.
Assistant Jesse Hendricks; educated in the public schools of Nebraska: will graduate in June, 1909, from Nebraska State Normal.
Assistant I. F. Cartney; educated in the public schools of Nebraska; will graduate in June, 1909, from the Nebraska State Normal.
Assistant C. P. Schott; educated in the public schools of Nebraska; will graduate in June, 1910, from the Nebraska State Normal.
Assistant C. B. Moore; educated in the public schools of Nebraska; will graduate in June, 1909, from the Nebraska State Normal; is Senior class president.
Assistant L. C. Chapman: educated in the public schools of Nebraska; will graduate in June, 1910, from the Nebraska State Normal.
Assistant G. E. Campbell; educated in the public schools of Nebraska; will graduate in June, 1910, from the Nebraska State Normal.
Assistant E. R. Zink; educated in the public schools of Nebraska; will graduate in Tune. 1909, from the Nebraska State Normal.
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PROF. C. V. WILLIAMS
l’KOr. CHAS. WEEKS
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TO MISS ANNA LYTICS
When first I saw thee, Anna dear,
I could not but adore;
A seraph from another sphere Could scarce have charmed me more.
Thy distance from me gives me pain, Though normal it may he;
Time and again I can o’erlook Thy eccentricity.
'1'he mid-point of my heart is thine, Thou hast its sections, too;
Thy chord of contact, keen and fine,
Is drawn transversely through.
Thou hast upon my memory traced A curve, by none destroyed.
A locus, ne’er to be erased;
It is the cardiod.
T would that some day tlfou and I Might yet be conjugate;
It is my greatest pleasure now To dream of such a fate.
Bert E. Swenson—“I never fully realized until lately what a great truth Mr. Burns had said when he said, it is better to have loved and flunked than never to have loved at all.’ ”
Sardius Ellenbergcr (in Phys. Lab.)—“Miss Brunsdon, you arc the prettiest girl with the shortest nose I ever saw.”
Workman (being questioned as to where he was going)—‘Tin going up to widen the doors in Professor Rouse’s new house. They’re too small since that baby was born.”
Professor Dclzell’s Typewriting Assistant Secretary—“Professor, this person has no address. Where shall I send this letter that it might reach him?”
Professor Delzell (noticing a sign which referred below to the word deceased) —“Search me; it’s doubtful.”
Miss McNamara (in Browning)—"Was Elise a flirt? Well, I should say not. If she had have been she would not have died.”
Chas. K. Morse—“Well, fellows, if my progress is as favorable in the future as it has been in the past I won’t have to board much longer.”
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