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Constance May Gay

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CONSTANCE MAY GAY
APPLICANT FOR B. A. DEGREE
"Not as saintly as she looks."
Vice-President Student Government Association, 1914-'15; Art Editor
Annual, 1914-'15; Executive Council, 1914-'15; Chairman Social Committee,
1914-'15

"DEAR reader, here is what is commonly known as a gay deceiver. From
this calm countenance you would imagine angelic sweetness and strict
devotion to duty; but you slip up. She has fooled her professors into such
a conception, but not us.
We know she's a dandy worker and a mighty loyal friend, having heard her
spirited dialogue with her French three co-sufferers. However, we feel justified in
saying she can hold her own. If he's a good sport and takes what she says, "Cum
grano salis," he need not worry. Her latest fad is society, which bids fair to bankrupt
the self-government treasury for parties, and keeps us copying invitations
when we should be otherwise engaged. The Senior Class is indebted to her for
lots of bright ideas and hard work.

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The Spider, 1915, p. 325

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spider-1915-0327

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“Constance May Gay,” For the Centuries, accessed September 25, 2017, http://centuries.richmond.edu/items/show/992.