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Mary Courtenay Shine

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Mary Courtenay Shine

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MARY COURTENAY SHINE
APPLICANT FOR B. A. DEGREE
"With thy light skipping tricks and thy girls' wiles."
President of Senior Class; Senior Representative to Executive Council;
Vice- President Chi Epsilon Literary Society, 1915; President of John Marshall
High School Club, 1915; Editor of Joke Department, Annual Staff, 1915;
Junior Representative to Executive Council, 1914; Manager of Tennis Club, 1914;
Critic, Chi Epsilon Literary Society, 1914; Junior Basket-Ball Team, 1914;
Treasurer Chi Epsilon Literary Society, 1913; Secretary John Marshall High
School Club, 1913; Member of Athletic Association, 1913, '14, '15; Member of
Chi Epsilon Literary Society, 1913, '14, '15.

HERE'S our "Shiney," a very good picture, though she doesn't think it does
her nose justice, but you know it's hard for small members to get proper
representation. A picture can't give you any idea of our capable small
president, because it is silent. "Shiney" never is. Ask her Phil. professor, or any
of the boys would do. As president of our class, she has helped us hold down the
very pleasant, but difficult job of being Seniors. Jokes aside, she has been a willing
sharer of our work and a source of unfailing sympathy. From the Freshmen
up, we love her.

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The Spider, 1915, p. 329

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spider-1915-0331

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“Mary Courtenay Shine,” For the Centuries, accessed November 21, 2017, http://centuries.richmond.edu/items/show/996.