Back in 1912, the New York Times declared Elsie Scheel the "perfect woman." Sure, she may have been a little bit of a dick about how perfect she was (a followup article in The Oregonian reported that "Miss Scheel feels that the average girl does too much of the wrong sort of thing - too many dances and not enough good bracing tramps. I just got back from a 25-mile tramp to Enfield Falls." Ookay, Elsie, judgmental much?), but she was also a fervent suffragette and claimed she didn't feel fear. We were impressed.