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With this the Fifth Number of In Cap and Gown. The editorial staff of 1903-04 retire from office. We take take this opporunity to thank both professors and students for their hearty co-operation with us in our efforts to make the magazine, as a Sophmore, a success. We have endeavoured to publish what would give to each an equal amount of pleasure and yet offend the sensibilities of none. We hope we have not given undue celebrity to anyone student and we would say to those who have not had the - honor of seeing their name or portrait adorn the pages of "In Cap and Gown" that it was not because we did not
consider that their names would add lustre to the reputation of the magazine but simply lack of space which compelled the omissions. As for the various members of the editorial staff, their extreme modesty prevented any particular references to themselves but they trust that as they say farewell they do not need any conspicuous eulogies to make their guardianship of "In Cap and Gown" a pleasant remembrances with the students of the Western University.
Henry M Shore [signature] David J Cornish [signature] Jessie R. Rowat [signature] Madge Dearness [signature] Claris Sagr [signature]
of the Rockies up which young men of Boulder often take their Desdemonas on a Sunday afternoon. I always went along myself and that is why I beat time. My running jump of 45 feet has given one lonely crag its name of Tamblyn's Tumble. My name was cut on rock and pine-trees. So was my head. But I wasn't well in mind or body. Teaching school was no better I tried base-ball and foot-ball, but nothing did one any good, not even tennis. So I was a rolling stone gathering speed but no moss in my journeys from Constantinople to Columbia, to Colorado. In those days my only poet was Byron, I was a wanderer. Of course you have often heard me talk or even lecture on