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United Student Body
For the first time in many years we have again
the privilege to chronicle in these columns the ac-
tivity of the United Student lflody. On account of
the infancy of the organization it will be impossible
for us to tell of much more than its theoretical basis,
the practical as yet being in its infancy.
Fully realizing that, "A house divided against
itself cannot stand," a few energetic students at
last succeeded in getting a constitutional committee
appointed. On account of a disagreement in the com-
mittee they did not have their report ready as soon
as expected. But at last we organized and now
have a United Student Rody not only in name but
in truth a student body in which .the medical, dental
and pharmacy students are equally represented.
The arrangement is such that no office is retained
in one department more than one year, but that the
office must be held by a person from the department
to which it is alloted for that year.
There are in reality two great purposes for which
it is necessary that the United Student Body should
exist. We must have good fellowship between the
different departments and we must have a "Chips"
For the first we may say that there never existed a
college where the students were more divided and
where jealousy between the different departments
was so strong. But happily we may say that now
this state of division no longer exists and the jeal-
ousies have been forgotten. Witli such an organiza-
tion behind iit the "Chips" can not help to succeed
for years to come.
'president . . W. Overslreet
V ice-President . Herbert Radley
Secretary . . Jlferlon Hall
Treasurer . Claude R. Kruse
Sergeant-al-flrms . Sylvia Hansen
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By Herbert E. Roclley, Medical Editor
"'Chips" of 1909, tenth edition, is before you. We
hope that you' will commend it highlyg at least give
us credit for what we have done in so short a time.
This edition should surely stand as a precedent,
and serve as a guide, for all publications of this book
to come. Not that it is all that is to be expected
from such an institution as we have, rather to exem-
plify to the coming classes what success they could
attain if they would only arrange to begin work on
this, our annual, at an earlier date.
I understand that in the "old days,', before the
fire, editors and manager were chosen at or near
Christmas time, which facilitated the work consider-
ably. I-Iad such been the case, this year, I am cer-
tain, we could have delivered to you a much better
edition, one that would have been more complete in
The professors and students who have so kindly
contributed to this book have had to prepare their
articles in some cases on an overnight notice. Our
manager has been rushed to the utmost to obtain
sufficient advertising material to carry us to print.
You can for these reasons understand how necessary
it is to begin early.
Following along the above line of thought, I would
like to extend a bit of advice which, if carried out
next year, would make the work less arduous to all
concerned--contributors, editors, and manager.
Begin early with the annual. Elect your editors
and manager before or soon after the Christmas vaca-
tion. Each and every one of you take an active and
personal interest in the book and contribute to it.
Each class should at the beginning of the year meet
and elect their class editor. This early selection gives
your choice time to prepare a worthy article and to
collect all jokes and joshes that pass in the class
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UNITED STUDENT BODY
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