Cazenovia Seminary
Class of '25
Senior Class Notables

Cazenovia Seminary - 1925 Yearbook
Senior Class of '25

WILLIAM C. LAWSON, Hamilton, N. Y.
      Lyceum Society
      Assistant Manager Senior Play--"The Little Clodhopper".
    In a student body, or in any group, there is usually an indescribable element. This spirit has been manifested in "Pop" during his three years at Cazenovia. He seemed rather doubtful when he arrived, and, it was a job to find a room-mate to suit him, but this year he has been suited perfectly; his room-mate has been "Pop". "Pop" has been a great help in society, and when there is any work to be done, he is right there. At love making "Pop" was not a great success. He tried the Vollmer House "cleaner", but it did not work. Cheer up, "Pop",
         For every man, who is on the level,
        There is a girl, who is on the square.
      Class Prophet.
      Senior Play--"Cheer Up, Chad".
    Even though Phyllis is a Bishop's daughter we have all found her to be very human. Wherever we find fun and song we are always quite sure to find Phyllis. She is always dependable and makes a very happy combination of pleasure and work, for no honor roll would be at all complete without her name. She is a lover of music and flowers, especially of the "Sweet Williams" growing around the Sem Campus. How fortunate we are to know her and to be able to wish her all the success and happiness life can give her.
DORIS LEWIS, Erieville, N. Y.
        Basketball '23
        Captain Basketball '24.
      Doris is admired by all for her enthusiasm and good sportsmanship in everything she undertakes. She has been a friend to all and everyone has enjoyed having her for a friend. A good worker in society and a star in athletics are but a few of her good points. We sincerely hope that Dame Fortune will always accompany the little captain of our girls' basketball team.
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Contributed by Julia Gillett Hendrick.
Transcribed by Anita M. Ingalls.
January 20, 2004

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