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Ethel Lisle Smither

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Ethel Lisle Smither

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ETHEL LISLE SMITHER
APPLICANT FOR B. A. DEGREE
"It's all right to Love humanity, but I was born a specialist."
President Chi Epsilon Literary Society, 1913-'14 ; Chief Rooter, 1914-' 15;
Editor-in-Chief the Messenger, 1914-'15; Clubs and Organizations Editor the
SPIDER, 1914-'15; Historian Senior Class of 1915; Vice-President John Marshall
High School Club, 1915; Vice-President John Marshall High School Club, 1914-'15.

HERE'S Smither. You think from her looks you've made a good impression
on her, but don't let her fool you so, sonny; she's good to you because
she can't help it, and mainly because you are a boy. She is so sorry for
everybody who is a boy and can't have real soft fluffy dresses and hats with feathers
in them. Spite of this love of ruffles, you have mighty few folks over your side of
the lake who could be editor-in-chief of the magazine, chief rooter and hall debater
for the Senior parlor, and still have time to help anybody that needs it any time they
ask for it.

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The Spider, 1915, p. 331

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spider-1915-0333

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“Ethel Lisle Smither,” For the Centuries, accessed September 19, 2017, http://centuries.richmond.edu/items/show/998.