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Page 14 text:
.Miss McQuilkin’s pleasing personality. her willingness to help along in all school alTairs have made her a general favorite. Her untiring efforts in the Oratorical Department have helped bring many honors to our Normal in the past.
Her manner is blithesome.
Her work is thought fine. She calmeth the students With music divine.
V. E. BRAMAN.
The builder of “Braman Row." Before Mr. Braman came, the Manual i raining department was little more than a name, hut we now have one of the best in the state. Mr. Braman has worked hard to make his department a success and he deserves the interest shown by his pupils in their work.
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DR. C. J. ROLLEESON.
Dr. Rollctson's work as medical adviser since he lias been in our midst, has been of the highest quality. Me has both the beginning and advanced classes in physiology and hygiene. Actual practice in medicine makes him especially fitted for this work.
Miss Schlegel's a woman we all do admire
For it was she who was able her class to inspire To give us a treat Of melodies sweet.
On the evening before our great fire.
A phenomenon rarely found in Normal schools, is a class comjmsed entirely of young men. Miss Brinton's Economic Geography class is one of the "above mentioned." Aside from the distinction of having a young men's class. Miss Brinton is "there" when it comes to teaching the rising generation the fundamental principles of composition and penmanship.
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GEORGE E. KOEGAX.
As athletic director, Mr. Koegan has put the Superior State Normal School on the map by means of the excellent teams lie has turned out during the past two years. .
We shan’t forget our “Coach.”
Under the generalship of Miss Curtis the Young Men’s Choral Club has carved a name for itself. When Miss Curtis enters a project, things move! Great hopes were held out for the successful production of a comic operetta under her direction but owing to the unfortunate loss of the Normal building, it had to be postponed until next year.
What a state of chaos would reign in the Normal if Miss Eaton were not here, ever ready to assist us all in our mad and eternal search for reference books. We shall be happy to see her at her familiar post in our splendid new library that is to be.
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