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Clyde C. Webster

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Clyde C. Webster

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CLYDE C. WEBSTER
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA APPLICANT FOR M. A. DEGREE
"The value of knowledge, like that of gold, is valued in every place."
B. A. '14; Arachnidae, '14; Historical Research Medical, '14; Assistant in
English, '14-'15; Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society; Vice-President '13-14;
Censor, '13-'14; Critic, 'l4-'15; Inter-Society Debater, '14-'15; President,
'14-'15; Associate Editor Messenger '13-'14; Assistant Editor '14-'15; Associate
Editor of SPIDER, '15; J. M. H. S. Club; Northside Club.

CLYDE has always enjoyed our due respect as a man of broad intellect and
unselfish disposition. We honored him for his worth before his dignity was
made more weighty by his B. A. and his unassuming and kindly nature
have increased our esteem by longer association. One has only to glance at the
many scholastic honors he has won to be impressed with his ability as a student.
Clyde's literary society work has been of the highest order, and his services to Mu
Sigma Rho have been invaluable. As critic he did much to drill into the forensic
aspirants the principles he had so thoroughly imbibed in Metty's public-speaking
class. The many offices he held in the society are sufficient testimony to his
popularity. His excellent work on The Messenger is well known and to his ability
much of the literary success of the magazine is due. Together with this erudition,
Clyde posses a friendly and generous disposition, which has endeared him to all
who know him.

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The Spider, 1915, p. 58

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spider-1915-0062

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“Clyde C. Webster,” For the Centuries, accessed September 25, 2017, http://centuries.richmond.edu/items/show/988.