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qA Tribute Written by oA. y. Waterhouse s HE passed this way. Lo, w e were worn With futile toil of weary ways; Too oft we stood with those who mourn The changeless rhythm of our days, Life’s slaves ensnared—and then she came, Came with a smile, a song to cheer. And life forgot its sullen claim And joyed with us, since she was here. She passed this way. She passed this way. We know not how She bound us in her witchery’s chain. But still before her shade we bow. Although she passeth not again. Her laughter was an unwrit song That cheered us oft upon the road Where we do wander with the throng That seeketh the unknown abode. She passed this way. She passed this way, nor may she pass Again in all the coming years. Yet may we never cry “Alas!” Nor drown her memory in our tears. For we are better that she passed This way and left her smile to bless; Though sorrow’s dreadful shade is cast O’er those who loved her, still no less She passed this way. “And it might have been any one of us,” I said to a voung friend of mine. “Yes,” was his reply, “but not a one of us who would have been missed so much.” I think that he was right. Among all the liked and likeable students of the Sacramento Junior College, among the many who have endeared themselves to us, I doubt that there was one who was so general a favorite as Genevieve Baker. One need not look far to ascertain the reason why she was loved. She carried kindness and good cheer with her wherever she went. She was a constant volunteer in any service that gladdens others. Must one play the piano that others might dance? Pass along the hall, and you would be likely to see Genevieve at the piano. Others were glad in the fantastic rhythm of the music; she was glad because they were happy, and who can doubt that the philosophers are right in asserting that life’s greatest happiness is found in contributing to the happiness of others? Cheerful, helpful, embodiment of kindness, she was with us one day, and the next day the dark folds of the Great Mystery had closed about her. We have missed her, and we shall continue to do so. School work and school play continue, but one wbo was a notable part of it all is missing. Perhaps, in such manner as we may not know, that bright spirit still joins with us in work and smiles with us in pleasure. Who kno ys? Ah, well— Good night, good morn, but not good-by. We still will hold ’mid doubt and gloom That partings here do but supply New faith in life beyond the tomb. We yet shall meet her, take her hand— That helpful hand we knew so well— In some bright sphere divinely planned As surcease of life’s doubtful spell.
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Mr. William A. Meyer, President Mr. Janies B. Giffen Mrs. George B. Lorenz Mrs. Sam H. Cohn Mr. J. E. Lynn Mr. Chas. C. Hughes, City Superintendent of Schools Bell, Archibald Weir.Zoology University of California, A. B. University of California. Summer sessions Briscoe, Mabel.French and Spanish Roval University of Dublin, Ireland Oueen’s University of Belfast, Ireland, B. A. University of Californ , Shinier s sions .Political Science and Economics Murphy, Mary Agnes. .English and Public Speaking Mills College, B. L. . University of California, M. L. Summer sessions at University of California Norton, John Henry.Chemistry University of Missouri, B. Agr. University of Missouri, B. S. University of Missouri, M. S. Summer sessions at Chicago, Missouri, Illinois and California Ursinus College, A. B. , University of Chicago Law School University of California and Stanford, Sum¬ mer sessions Stanford University, A. M. Cooledge, Belle.Dean of Women University of California, B. S. University of California, Summer sessions Army School of Nursing Eastman, Margaret.Librarian Library Training, State of California Library University of California, Summer sessions Finnie, Cara McCoy.English University of California, A. B. Columbia University, M. A. Frazce, Holland.Music University of South,Dakota, A. B. Summer Sessions at Washington and California Cayman, Warren Wesley.Physics University of Chicago, A. B. Summer sessions at California and Stanford Hart, Agnes Needham.English University of Pacific, B. S. University of Pacific, M. A. University of California, B. A. Summer session at University of Southern C.alifornia Lillard, Jeremiah Beverly.President Stanford University, A. B. University of California, M. A. Summer sessions at University of California McCormick, Bobert Earl. .Philosophy and Psychology University of Texas, A. B. Harvard University, M. A. Summer sessions University of California ty of Iowa, B. A. . ty of Colorado, M. A. f Universities o€ Wiscoi iyyand __ Karl Wloo . Bobbins, Louise Falk.-. .Botany and Biology University of University Work at L California Shattuck, Karl .Geology and Hygiene for Men University of California, B. S. Regular and Summer session work at California Steinbach, Herman Beinhard. .German and Latin University of California, B. L. University of California, M. L. Summer session at California Passed California Bar Examination Thorpe, Truman Darby. .Civil Engineering United States Military Academy Graduate Summer session University of Califoinia Wallace, Whittier Worthington. .Mathematics Stanford University, A. li. Stanford University, A. M. Summer session at Stanford Ward, Harold. Pratt Institute Graduate Paris, Private Art Instruction Carmel Studio Work Summer sessions at Caliiornia Art Waterhouse, Alfred James....Journalisni Ripoii College Practical Newspaper Experience Summer session at Caliiornia Wright, Grace Anna.History University of Wisconsin, A. B. University of Wisconsin, A. M. Summer sessions at Wisconsin and California McGcorge, Verne Adrian. .Law and Geography Stanford University, A. B. University of Chicago, J. D. Member of the Bar Zallio, Anthony Guiseppe.- .French, Italian and Fencing University of Turino, B. L. Summer sessions at California and Stan¬ ford Universities 7
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CANNOT say, and I will not say That she is dead. She is just away! With a cheery smile and a wave of the hand She has wandered into an unknown land And left us dreaming how very fair It needs must be, since she lingers there. And you—oh you, who the wildest yearn For the old-time step and the glad return Think of her faring on, as dear In the love of There, as the love of Here. Think of her still as the same, I say. She is not dead—she is just away James Whitcomb Riley -4 9
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