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1 i n i n ! n n n s CHAIRMAN EDWARD POTTER, JR. One of fhe most rewarding experiences I have enjoyed in my lifetime has been my association with Cumberland University, an institution which has produced some of t he outstanding leaders of our nation. I am no educator, and I accepted this respon- sibility with reluctance as I felt that there are oth- ers more deserving and better equipped to fill a THE CHAIRMAN SPEAKS place on this board. As a business man, however, I know the value to my field of endeavor of well- trained minds and the development of character. I came in as a pinch-hitter because Cumberland University has hung on tenaciously to the educa- tional creed which has fostered the spirit of free enterprize. It has a character in itself well worth preserving. It follows that good schools produce people equipped with a good supply of factual informa- tion, ability to live and work with people of all types, potential capacity to apply these two fac- tors, sound reasoning ability, and a solid sense of values. All of these prerequisites Cumberland ful- fills, plus training in character building. It instills into the minds of its students an appreciation for the requirement of moral law as well as for statute laws, and implants in them the fact that one goes to school for the purpose of fitting himself for liv- ing up to the responsibilities of life. Cumberland University has been time-tried and tested, and can be judged by the products it has turned out. Cumberland alumni may well be proud of their Alma Mater, and the entire community should give this great institution its staunch sup- port. EDWARD POTTER, JR. I i E n n 1 W. J. BAIRD Lebanon WILLIAM D. BAIRD Lebanon S. S. BONE Lebanon WINSTEAD P. BONE, JR Lebanon ROY O. CRIPS Lebanon O. F. DARWIN Lebanon DAYTON A. DOBBS Nashville C. O. DODSON Lebanon HOMER E. SHANNON . HOWARD EDSERTON Lebanon S. B. GILREATH Lebanon JOHN J. HOOKER Nashville- HOYAL JOHNSON Lebanon NEAL McCLAIN Lebanon A. B. NEIL Nash EDWARD POTTER, JR Nash ATHENS CLAY PULLIAS Nashv Lebanon le 10
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Polley, James Y., Judge, Texas Pope, Walter L., Judge, Ark. Porter, James D., Governor of Tenn. Potter, Frank B., U.S. Attorney, Texas Powell, R. H., Judge, Ark. Price, Andrew, Member of Congress, La, Priddy, A. 8., Judge, Ark. Prim. Payne T., Judge, Ore. Pulllas, Athens Clay, President, David Lipscomb College Puryear. William P., Judge, Tenn. Quinn, C. F. P., Judge. Tenn. Randall, A. C, Member of Congress, Texas Randall, O. C, Judge, Ky. Ratliff, Dennis P., Judge, Texas Reeves, Willis, Judge. Ky. Rice, Benjamin H.. Judge, Texas Rice, Greek Lent, Judge, State Attor- ney General, Miss. Richardson, G. E., Judge, Texas Richard50n, John E.. Judge, Tenn. Riddick, I. E., Supreme Judge, Ark. Riddle, H. Y., Member of Congress, Tenn. Ridley, Granville, Judge, Tenn. Roane. William A., Judge Roberts, tHenry H.. Judge, Miss. Robertson, Perry S., Judge, Texas Rodgers, ttenry hi.. Judge, Miss. Roebuck, Sidney T., Highway Commis- sioner. Miss. Rogers, Jesse L., Attorney General, Circuit Judge, Tenn. Rogers, J. L., Member of Congress, Texas Rogers, S. A.. Judge, Tenn. Rogers, W. B., U.S. Attorney. Mont, Rogers, Woodville J., District Attor- ney, Texas Ro5s, J. W.. U.S. District Judge, Tenn. Riiffin, James E., Member of Congress and Assistant Attorney General, Mo. Russell, Horace, General Counsel, Home Owners Loan Corporation, Chicago, III. Salmon, W .C, Member of Congress, Tenn. Schoolfield. Raulston, Judge, Tenn. Scott, Lon A., Member of Congress, Tenn. Searcy, Oliver, Judge, Okla. Seay, George E., Chancellor, Tenn. Seay, Robert B., Judge, Texas Sells. Samuel R., Member of Congress, Tenn. Senter, James D., Judge, Court of Appeals, Tenn. ' Deceased ' Shannon, R. T,, Law Author, Tenn. Sharp, A. G., Circuit Judge, Ala. Sharp, Henry A., Supreme Judge, Ala. Sharp, Robert H., Judge, Tenn. Shaw, O. A., Judge, Okla. Shelbourne. Roy M., Judge, U.S. Dis- trict Court. Ky. Shelby, David Davis, U.S. Circuit Judge Shields. Don B., State Attorney Gen- eral, Utah Shriver, Thomas A., Chancellor, Tenn. Simpson, R. C, Supreme Court Judge, Ala. Simp5on. R. W., District Judge, Texas Simpson, Walter, Judge, Texas Sims, Thetus W., Member of Congress, Tenn. Sisson, T. U., Member of Congress, Miss. Slagle, R. C, Jr., Judge, Texas Slatton, C. S., Judge, Court of Civil Appeals, Texas Smartt, Robert W., Judge. Tenn. Smith„C. B., Judge, Ala. Smith, Edgar P., Judge, Tenn. Smith, Griffin, Chief Justice, Supreme Court, Ark. Smith, J. J., Judge, Okla. Smith, M. M., Chancellor, Tenn. Smith, Robert J., Judge, Court of Ap- peals, Mo. Smith, Wallace J.. Judge. Tenn. Smithwick, J. H., Member of Con- gress, Fla. Snodgrass, H. C, Member of Con- gress, Tenn. Somers, John, Chancellor, Tenn. Somerville, H. M,, Supreme Judge, Ala. Sorrels, W. B., Judge, Ark. Speake, H. C, Judge. Ala. Speakman, Fred A., Judge, Okla. Starnes, T. D., Judge, Okla. Stephens, A. M., Member of Congress, Texas Stephens, John H., Member of Con- gress, Texas Stevens, Guy. Judge, Idaho Swank, F. B., Member of Congress, Okla. Swayne, James W., Judge, Texas Swiggart, W. H., Judge, Tenn. Swiggart, W. H., Jr., Supreme Judge, Chief Counsel, Nashville, Chatta- nooga, and St. Louis Railway, Tenn. Swindall, Charles, Supreme Judge. Okla. Taliaferro, W. G., Judge, Texas Talley, M. B., Judge, Texas Tarvey, B. J., Chancellor, Tenn. Taylor, Andrev T., Chairman, Railroad and Public Utilities Commission and Judge, Tenn. Taylor, J. M., Judge, Chancery Court of Appeals, Tenn. Taylor, J. Will, Member of Congress. Tenn. Taylor, Zack, Member of Congress, Tenn. Taurlello, Anthony F., Member of Con- gress, N.Y. Templeton, John, District Attorney General, Tenn. Terrell, Glenn, Supreme Judge, Fla. Thompson, Lillard. Attorney General and Counsel for Tennessee Central Railroad, Tenn. Tilman. J. T., Minister to Ecuador Trammell, Park, U.S. Senator, Fla. Trammel, Worth, Judge. Fla. Turner, W. B., Judge, Tenn. Turner. W. F., Member of Congress, Tenn. Valiant, L. B.. Chief Justice, Mo. Venable, W. W., Member of Con- gress, Miss. Vines, D. A., Judge, Tenn. Walker, Seth M., General Counsel. N.C. St.L. Railway, Tenn. Walker, W. May, Judge, Fla. Ward, W. E., founder Ward-Belmont College, Tenn. Warner, Richard. Member of Con- gress, Tenn. Warren, Fuller, Governor, Fla. Warren, Joseph E., Judge, Ky. Watkins, George. Attorney General, Tenn. Watkins. John Thomas. Member of Congress, La. Wear, Sam M.. U.S. District Attorney, Mo. West, Duval, U.S. Judge, Texas Wheeler, C. K.. Member of Congress, Ky. White, Weldon B., Judge, Tenn. Whitesides, William W.. Judge. Ala. ' Whitfield, T. E.. General, Confeder- ate Army Williams, Albert, Judge, Counsel for Railroad Commission. Special Judge, Supreme Court, Tenn. Williams, Robert B.. Judge, Tenn. Williamson, William H., Judge. Tenn. Wilson, S. F., Court of Chancery Ap- peals, Tenn. Witt, R. Beecher, District Attorney General. Tenn. Woodley, K. K., Judge, Court of Crim- inal Appeals, Texas Woods, Levi S., Judge, Tenn. Yarnell, Oscar, Judge, Tenn.
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PROFESSORS Professors are respected souls . . . Albeit underpaid . . . And not infrequently they are . . . Quite dignifie-d and staid . . . Their learning is attested to ... By two or three degrees . . . From highly rated colleges . . . Or uni- versities . . . They lecture by the hour and . . . They care- fully explain . . . The theories and facts there are . . , To fill the student ' s brain . . . And in return they only ask . . . Obedience and truth ... As part of their cam- paign to build . . . The character of youth . . . Profe-s- sors are the persons who . . . Are plain and undisguised . . . But whose superb abilities . . . Are seldom recognized. JAMES J. METCALFE iDimsmAiifli
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