the following: "Gentlemen, I just came from Chicago and picked
you out a nice piece named T haf an hoe/ some kind of a hoe, anyhow,
Time hurried along. In June we said, "only fifteen more days," and in September we were sincerely…
The years were filled with good, wholesome experience that would require
volumes to record. We disproved in debate the contention that Washington deserved more credit for saving the country than Lincoln, and incidentally it developed that Lincoln…
The '98ers "Being a Few of the Many Memories That Bless and Burn."
The 8th of September, 1898, was a fine, clear day; there was no
particular reason for our feeling homesick. Nevertheless, we
found little cheer in the assurance of one of the…
Day Dreams of An Alumnus
Backward, turn backward, fair memory, I pray,
Back to St. Ambrose, just for a day!.
Back there again with the friends that I knew,
To live but once more with the White and the Blue I
Backward, 0 Fancy! My heart it…
The College lost another of its faithful friends and alumni in the death last
September of Frank J. B. Huot. Mr. Huot was one of the first students of the
College in the early 80's. An evidence of his extraordinary diligence and energy is the large…
James J. Kane, Commercial '02, was married on September 10, 1914, to Miss Genevieve Ryan in the Cathedral at Dubuque. Father Shannahan, President of the College, who is a relative of the groom, was present and offciated at the ceremony. Mr. Kane is…
Fred Coambs, '06, was married in Chicago on Feb. 15, 1915.
Leon Zeman has been a student at the Art Institute, Chicago, for the past
John A. Russell, Commercial '94, was a visitor at the College this Spring.
Mr. Russell is now…
WE FEEL that the following words by one of the oldest of our
alumni will be appreciated by both young and old readers of
the Annual. They express the sentiments of Mr. J. H. Crosby
of Cedar Rapids, when called upon to address those present at