Cazenovia Seminary
Class of '25
Senior Class Notables

Cazenovia Seminary - 1925 Yearbook
Senior Class of '25

       President Philomathesian
       Treasurer the Senior Class
       Senior Plays--"The Little Clodhopper", "Cheer Up, Chad"
       Debate Team '24,
       Cheer Master '25
       Orchestra '24
    "Bill", is an all-round fellow who hails from that city noted for the manufacture of automobiles, and Fords. When "Bill" hit Caz, the school found that it had a fellow who was always on the job when there was work to be done. "Bill" just can't help making friends for his cheery "Hello" will make almost any fellow pep up on a dreary morning. Oh Yes, "Bill" has been something of a lady's man too, and it is rumored that he can trip the light fantastic remarkably well on occasion. We wish you luck "Bill" and are sure that your cheery "Hello" will take you a long way on life's road.
ELIZABETH McDONALD, Schenectady, N. Y.
         That smile, like sunshine, darts
         Into many a sunless heart.
    This little Vamp from Schenectady has spread sunshine wherever she has chanced to go. Although she has been with us but one short year her friends have all learned to love her. We feel certain that for "Betty", life holds both success and happiness.
GORDON McCUEN, Barneveld, N. Y.
       Baseball '24, '25
       Senior Play--"Cheer Up, Chad".
    Gordon is commonly known as "Mickey" around the campus. In picking out a companion he was very fond of the name " Betty". When there was any trouble around the Senior House, "Mickey" was nowhere to be found. But when this brilliant fellow gets out into business, we know he will make a great success.

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Contributed by Julia Gillett Hendrick.
Transcribed by Anita M. Ingalls.
January 20, 2004

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