A Word to our Alumni.
GLADLY do we use these pages of our First Annual to extend our sincere and
cordial greetings to our Alumni, the Old Boys, of S. A. C, and to offer to them
this interesting record of the deeds and glories of our Alma Mater.
11th. Coach Mc. gives strict training regulations.
14th. New faces continue to arrive.
Morrissey joins the Squad.
15th. Rooms given out on "Wisdom Row!"
16th. "Foxy" Rogers and "Beauty" Peters pay Alma…
Ah Casey, the Livery Man! He got his start driving cabs, when one day the inspiration came to him that he should strive to be somebody or something. So he hopped off his little cab, went to his small attic room, packed his…
Martin, Francis and Philip
In a little jerk-water town situated in the southern part of Iowa, but not on the
map, there went forth early in September, 1912, three boys with their suit cases, bound
for college, Marty, Francis and Philip. Arriving…
Senior Commercial Class.
CONSIDERABLE space has been given to reviewing the work of the graduates from
the Academic and Classical Courses, and to predicting for them remarkable
careers in their respective professions.
Our work, however, would be…
Senior Academic Poem.
We stand at the time of parting,
A class of hopeful years,
At the eve of life's commencement,
With its sorrows, joys and fears.
But "Courage" is our motto,
A watchword wTe shall keep;
Amid life's daily struggles