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1. Glover, Clara Nl. E. C., Y. W. C. A. Takes life and themes seri-
ously, and distributes red ink freely. Cared more for her own opinions
than a P. B. K. A deep student of human nature, she delights in an
2. Crooks, Cliff, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Y. M. C. A. Sergeant major in
battalion. First man to be adjutant with rank of captain. Has taken
the elective course. Gives the girls his time, but with heart intact.
3. Turner, A. E. From Gustavus Adolphus college to the Uni in 1901.
Active Y. M. C. A. Worker and a student volunteer. Has been in the
ministry. An instructor in the Lincoln Business College.
4. Nleier, Walter F. A Crete lad. Within last nine years completed
four-years course in higl1 school, taught one year, completed courses in
both University and Law School. On interstate debates three consecu-
tive years. Ideal, Dr. Ross.
5. Hamilton, Irene. Delta Gamma. Graduated from O. H. S. '99,
Entered the Uni the same year. Always cheerful. Naturally bright,
but might study more, yet her smile Wins the grade.
6. Hill, Robert Tudor. .Alpha Theta Chi. Member of Uni Glee club.
Y. M. C. A. recording secretary. President of tennis association. First
lieutenant of Co. A. Ex-editor of Daily Nebraskan. f
7. Craft, C. P. A veteran debaterg he reads themes for Fogg. He is
addicted to long words and a digniiied air. Ex-president of the debat-
ing association, democratic club, and Junior law class. ,Expects to go
8. Johnson, Geo. A. Law '02, academic '03, has been an insurance
agent, but can write as well as talk. He won the law library prize for
the best thesis, and intends to follow out his successes in the state of
9. Fairchild, W. J. English club, Y. M. C. A. First on the Phi Beta
Kappa list. May add a D.D. Won Nebraska-Minnesota short story
contest '01, Will go to Harvard after a year in the Vlfest.
10. lVIcCaw, Sterling Hugh. Delta Tau Delta. Born near Aberdeen,
Scotland, at a tender age he brought his parents to live in Hooper,
Neb. There he received his early education, acquiring a taste for
feminine society and newspaper Work. .
11. Streeter, Helen. Chi Omega. The only Junior on the SENIOR
Board. Appointed because she Writes inimitable verse. Studied Ger-
man and French in Europe for two years. Her preparatory work was
done at XVolt'e Hall, Denver,
12. Nlackin, Clare. Delta Delta Delta. Graduated at the head of her
class in Omaha High School 1899. Had been addicted to the classics.
but on coming to the Uni deserted them lor history and bench work.
Her wit is keen and pitiless.
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1. Denslow, May. Born 1880 at Hooper, Neb. Preparatory and three
years collegiate work was done at Cornell college, lowa. She will call
U. of N. Alma Mater, where she deems it a pleasure to have spent the
last year of her school life. During this time, though short, her charm-
ing personality has won for her many warm friends.
2. Swan, O. T. This man will always sing you a swan-song for love
of fair ladies. He is continually dying from unrequited passion and as
often resuscitatecl by false hopes. His heart's ever at auction, knocking
itself down to the first bidder, but the fair one comes not, and his soul is
dark as his midnight locks.
3. Brookings, Alice. Chi Omega. A Tekamah girl who jokes the world,
rain or shine. Too bright for a dig. Besides her brains, her brown eyes
have helped her through many critical moments. Known as one of the
Three Graces. Enjoys Dr. Jones's classes. W3gG1'S on her ability to sell
Y. VV. C. A. calendars. A close friend of Librarian Wyer.
4. Elson, Thomas H. Comes from Falls City and entered the Univer-
sity to learn the intricacies of the engineering profession. This did not
suit him, so he changed to the elective course to be in more congenial
company, it is said, because girls don't take engineering. He is "solid"
and in this connection we might easily be guilty of a stale pun, but we
5. Sly, Elva Lorena. Phi Beta Kappa. Captains the Girls' Basket Ball
team, on which she has played for three years. Is serving her second
semester as class treasurer, fulfilling her responsible duties in a -highly
creditable manner. ' Has the reputation of being the most brilliant stu-
dent ever in the German department. Her excellent scholarship is
attested by her merited election to Phi Beta Kappa.
6. Lovitt, Wnn. Vernon. An "unknown Variable," claims Vlfhiting,
Kan., as origin. He has moved in elliptical and parabolic curves in
Illinois, Iowa, and Nebraska until he found a lfocus at the University.
He has missed the last car from University Place frequently since that
sad night. He will wield the rod a year.
7. Maxwell, Anna. Phi Beta Kappa, Chi Omega. Noted among her
friends for her intellect and her sunny disposition. Got Phi Beta Kappa,
but then we all expected her to. She is going to Wellesley next year.
She expects to go to Europe
Mayhaps with a young man who'll cure up
Sick folks some day.
That's why she's learnin' German-
So the Deutchers whom they meet
What they say-
For she can spout the German
And he professional learnin'
YVhich all medics think they know.
8. Harter, Leonard L. Native of Odell. Neb, Delights in telling tales
of the farm to the credulous Freshman. He is the real live "Foxey
Grandpa." He is a member of the Glee club and won fame on the Alpha
Theta Chi bowling team. A Hue botanist and a good fellow.
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