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Here I am. a little book, with a bljr eventful career. I have traveled far ami wide, I have seen ami heard inucli. all of which I have gatli-ered unto myself to bring to you. Hut give ear a moment to my history. While yet at the glowing height of my youthful vigor a great and crushing calamity befell me. from which many prophesied—alas!—that I would never recover. It was a stunning how. It crippled me. hut did not kill me. The editors tenderly put my pieces together, breathed life into my dying spirit and placed me upon my feet again, saying “CItohc onward!" 1 stumbled forward bravely, hut were it not for the aid of my stout and faithful staff. I should have fallen by the wayside. It guided my faltering footsteps, it gave strength to my weakness. At times. I confess. I have borne heavily ii|h u It. but it has not bent or wavered. As 1 hurried on in my Journey to you. other friends often stepped in to assist i»o over the rough places, for they reallzisl how greatly 1 must hasten If 1 would moot von on the 'appointed day.
So. here I am—hot and breathless! If I do not show that scholarly finish with which a product of my institution should shine, remember that my life has boon busy, my path thorny. 1 have hnd little time to stop by the way to lie polished. If my attempts at humor bore you, he patient with my efforts; If my quips hurt you, do not be hitler toward me. I am the best' In-tentioued little volume in the world, if not the most tactful. Kcniemhcr I have been through lire and water for you. Take me home and keep me always. In years to come I will bring Jov to your heart when it is fired, and a smile to your ips when they are weary, by my gentle whisperings of a life that has gone by.
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CARL W. SMITH
a man whose quiet sincerity and simple dignity hear eloquent testimony to the greatness of his heart and mind—to him
We Dedicate the Gitche Gumee of 1914
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V. E. McCASKILL.
Mr.McCaskill lias been president since 1907. Before accepting the presidency he was at the head of the biology department. • I Ic has seen the Superior Normal grow to second in attendance in the state. Needless to say it was his constant work and “boosting" that put us there.
11 is genial smile and charming personality soon win the hearts of all.
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