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rm f. — «B c -j.. j5 a. T-T ' T n .K TT ! a. « ELKS ' SCHOLARSHIPS THE Elks Lodge of Reno has shown an interest in the University and its activities that has never been equaled by any other organization of its type in the history of this institution. Its members have been behind all of the movements that aid the progress of this College. They have worked as a unit to further athletics and student interest. Be sides the efforts that they have exerted in making all College activities a success, they have decided to give annually four scholarships of three hun- dred dollars each to four men who fulfill these requirements : They shall be of excellent character ; leaders among their fellow students ; active par- ticipants in athletics ; and have a good scholastic record. These men will be selected for next year about May 1st. Besides these scholarships they have extended four memberships in their lodge with remission of all dues and fees until graduation. These men are chosen from the junior and senior classes and are selected by the following standards: Their scholarship must be high; irreproachable character; leaders among their fellows; and a hundred per cent Amer- icans. Those chosen this year were Don Warren, Joe Hill, Tom Jones, and Dick Bryan. Funds are raised for these scholarships through the co-operation of the Elks and students in giving an annual play. This year they have selected " Pinafore " for their presentation, and at the time this article went to press they were hard at work preparing this entertainment for success. The spirit that has been shown by the Elks in bringing about these scholarships is greatly appreciated by all members of the Student Body and Faculty ; and it is such spirit as this that tends to make this " A Bigger and Better University. " 213
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■ .g T .M ' T5 I A ■ = g )— ) fN) Now the gray coyote like a shadow steals ' Cross the sands of the barren waste And the howl of the " Wild " The long exiled, — Is the call of the never traced. Now the night grows dark but the stars are brigh i., And I see where the dunes wind-tossed Are the graves of the " blest " That found a rest In the night that protects the lost. ' Tis the bleaching bones on the desert sands That I have seen by the winding trail For the wind in haste On ce marked the place While the lights in the West grew pale. ' Tis the graves I ' ve seen where the Wanderers rest That are marked by the wind-swept dunes, And they seem in the night. So still and white, ' Neath the light of the rising moon. There ' s a voice that calls o ' er the desert sands ' Tis a death that is reaching far. O ' er the wastes in the night. So still and white ' Neath the light of the Western star. There ' s a voice that calls o ' er the desert sands, i •, While the lights in the West grow pale And I follow the way, Beyond the day By the lure of the Winding trail. WiLLOISE BUTNER ' 23. I 212
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