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Isham Frederick Armstrong
“Army" is another one of those fellows from the strawberry region who expects to support a wife in a pill-rolling fashion. He has only one shortcoming and that is his height.
Phnrmnceutlcal Society 2. 1 : Spatula Club 1 : Overseas Club; Crack Company t2).
Robert Marion Beasley
Ccncral 2 A E
"Bob" is an easy-going chap who is more interested in tennis than in his studies. He is a good allround athlete, and he likes the outdoor life. Some day may sec the old boy sporting a home in Southern California.
Auburn Club (4. 3. 2. 1); Pan-Hellenic Tennis (4. 3. 2. 1): Class Basketball 4. 3. 2); Tennis Singles Champion (3); Press Club (2): Assistant Military Instructor (2. 1): Shavetail Club 2 :
Scrub Basketball 2). Captain (2): Varsity Basketball (1); Pan-He]lenlc Council (1).
Charles Herschel Bedingfield
A nimal Husbandry
a r p
"Dick." a man who strayed from the Tennessee Valley to the village of the plains" to serve his time in the Ag. Department. Uncle Sam made good use of "Charles" in the A. E. F., and we were all glad to see him return to Auburn after a year's absence.
Ag. Club (4. 3. 2. 11: Tennessee Valley Club
(4. 3); Class Baseball (3. 2); A. E. F. Club t).
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James Harvey Allen
Mechanical Engineering O X, Spade, Key . Scarab
"Harvey" i slow, never hurl himself studying, but always gels by. He likes lo pass the "buck" to the other fellow, and occasionally he deals in politics. Otherwise he is a pretty good fellow.
Thendara (3, 2. l); Pan-Hellenic Council (3. 2. l): Cotillion Club H. 3. 2. 1). Leader 1): Webstorlan Literary Society 4): Sergeant (2); Proa Club (1 : Orange and Blue Board 1): Founders Club 11 : Senior Executive Committee (1); A. S. M. B (1): Lieutenant (1).
Daniel Goldberg Alston
A X A
A quiet sort of fellow who has a great affinity for the fair sex, but he can never succeed in getting the ladies to return his affection. He likes Dr. Drake's pills so well that he intends to follow the profession.
Class Baseball 2 ; Class Track Team (2): Cotillion Club (2. 1); Pro-Med Club (2. 11. Vice-President (1 .
James Glover Andrews
LA FAYETTE. ALA.
This cotton-haired youth hails from a town which tried to be famous through its name, and how he escaped cannot be accounted for. He expects to own a little drug store of notoriety some day.
Pharmaceutical Society (2. 1): Spatula Club (1), Vice-President (1).
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"Dud" is one of the old heads of the Class of '20. He is steady and Conscientious and liked by all who know him. He won't tell us from what species of bird he came, nevertheless he has the true Auburn spirit.
Art. Club (3, 2. 1 : Agricultural Extension Staff
Thomas Herbert Bonner
2 A E
“Herb" is quite ferocious when he dons the football togs, as all Bonners have been. He has another year in which to handle the pigskin and it is the hope of every one that he will return and finish his gridiron career in a blaze of glory.
Scrub Football (4); Varsity Football (3. 2. 1): Varsity Baseball (4. 3. 2. 1); Manager Freshman Football (4); Coach Senior Football (1).
Thomas Guy Bowlan
ANDERSON, S. C.
Chemistry and Metallurgy
“Tommie" came to us this year from Clemson and he has already made a large circle of friends. The strangeness of the place has probably kept him quiet, but he may break loose some day and surprise us all.
Cotillion Club (1): Chemical Society 11): Staff (1).
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