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H. N. CARVEK This exponent of conservatism regards men and women as the most interesting things in the world. At any rate, lie would make the conservation of men and women more important than that of forests and coal supplies. In other words, he would emphasize strongly the best we have learned in the long experience of the race. When this is done, he thinks there will be time enough to change safely the existing order of things. He is a " Darwinian evolutionist " and has little use for the theory of " mutation. " Lincoln, Marshall, and Newton are his ideal characters. He classifies people by the position he thinks Homer or Shakespeare would give them as characters in their productions. He thinks too much commercialism is had and one of the chief causes for the decay of nations. He has come to the conclusion that few things can he taught, that each one ' s destiny must he worked out largely by himself.
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HENRY KINSEY BROWN Have you met Henry Kinsey plain When he did not speak to you I And did you speak to him again How strange it is and New? Thus paraphrased this verse bespeaks his universal nature. Though he is the " boy " of the faculty it is in years only, for he has proven his ability to successfully deal with matters under his care. " He is affable, democratic, accommodating. " His memory is stupendous. He remem- bers well the students that were here since 1885, if only you mention their names. The success of Athletics to a great measure lias been due to his active interest and support and more particularly to his untiring patience and continued patrimony. He has shown himself a leader that Athletic supporters are glad to follow. Remember, he speaks to all he meets.
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GEO. W. XEET Prof. Geo. W. Neet, Pg. D., Dean of the Educational Department of Valparaiso University, and recognized authority on horticulture; a thorough scholar, a prince among teachers, and the idol of his students. His large classes arc an index to the esteem in which he is held. He delights us with his stories; he touches our hearts with his kindness; he helps us to a higher and better life by his noble example. His life is shedding an influence for good throughout the whole land, not only by means of his many excellent books along educational lines; but also through the vast army of young people who have received his inspiration and are going forth to impress the teachings of this master of education on the lives of the coming generations. ne of his marked characteristics is his immeasurable admiration for Herbert Spencer. 12
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