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Title: The Prospector : annual of the Colorado School of Mines
Year: 1916 (1910s)
Authors: Colorado School of Mines
Subjects: Colorado School of Mines College yearbooks Universities and colleges
Publisher: [Golden, Colo.] : The School
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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m, theres a reason. Fromall indications he will no doubt be in line for a splendid positionwith the Herpicide people upon graduation. Going, Going, Gone.As football manager for the coming year, great things may be ex-pected of him, as he has demonstrated by hard work his capabilityalong that line. Assistant Football Manager (3), Manager (4) ;Junior Prom Committee. CARL ALBERT BLAUROCKS. P. A., TBH Blauie Carl is considered some joker in his own home town, but atschool his only good jokes are the unintentional ones he springswhen seeking information from the Profs. Sometimes we wonderwhy they dont get wise to him. His chief ambition is to be anagitator, but thus far Muck is the only one who has benefited byhis efforts in that direction. At times he forgets these childishfancies and, with his corn-cob pipe in his mouth, he is a real dig-nified old man. In closing, we wonder why Blauie has been soreticent on the subject of Woman since last Halloween. GleeClub (3) ; Junior Prom Committee.

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FREDERICK G. BRENNEMAN Pop When Pop is pushing his pencil and turning out copy, he isas happy as though he were studying Chemistry. Believing thatAssaying and Calculus are the prime essentials for success, he istaking P. G. work in both. Mutual tastes and fancies make him alogical side-kick for Shrimp. His original jokes and extemporan-eous speeches serve to brighten the tedious hours of the school dayfor the rest of us—even Happy shows his appreciation of them.A vest pocket kodak is his constant companion in successfully cov-ering every school event. Class Editor C. S. M. ]Magazine (2, 3) ;Art Editor Prospector. 36 1Q16 ^PaOSPE^CTOR, FRANK EDWAED BRIBERT B n Bribe Without a doubt the man of the hour. At the very beginning ofhis college career he was called upon to lead the class through theirfirst and therefore hardest year. The next year a guard was neededon the football team, and Frank was called upon, and he made goodwith a vengeance; this year an end was needed, and again heada

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