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PoREWo R D D HE purpose of the Kinema is to A give a true' representation of Qf ' student life in all phases of activi- l ty both in the School of Theology and on the Emory Campus. Kinema, therefore, is significantly appropriate as a title of this publication. .lt portrays the interests- both of the Freshman today and the Senior tomorrow. We predict that the successive volumes of the Kinema, as film following film, will make it a true "moving picture" of the University days of Emory men. A , - . ' - ' L. H. WARE, it D. K. PEGUES. - rr 4,4 ig, , fi MSQSBV 'N WQNQM , WZWW WW v K is i ff iw f f fiif 1 ,- -3 .' .'A -', ,N Z, 1. ,, H , - vm,-gf ,-, , -, ,, MAX:-K A. , 'S k f - W W n 1 ' . -'.' .I '0.- 1 'P .I I 4 5, I ' "' I, '-f- , ' ,z ',Lq' f-,Qg3"" D "1.f1': r -W. . Q.. 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HILE the beginning of any undertaking is attended with difficulties, we have endeavored to let no such obstacles which attend the combi- nation of the Annuals of the College and the Theological Depart- , ments cause a deterioration in thepusual excellence of our book. On the contrary, we have tried to utilize all the opportunities which the conditions afford for betterment and to give to our subscribers the best Emory Annual that has ever been published. We trust that this joint production will serve as a representation of an indissoluble synthesis of interest in the two Depart- ments and that the union is only a beginning of the greater University center. 1 4 DAVID K. PEGUES. IJAWVTON H. VVARE. duulvqs. EZ! gr, S39 vixrvfso 43131 ,Eu XS! llllm5 S XL xi B K wilful wr is f""wu""-s,- . , 'rf ' 'Ls .""" N. -. 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JOHN FLETCI-Ilfll BONNELL,-1 Ph.D. Kappa 'Alpha p Fraternity. - Professorl-of Physics. I 1 A.B., Emory College, 1871, Ph.D., Southern University, Student Harvard University, 41871-'72 and 1903, Co-principal, Union Springs, Ala., In- stitute, 187297413 Principal, Milner'High School, 1874-'75, Professor of ,Natural Science, Emory College, 1875-1916. - i P A EE e QW thy if " -4 -'Ir-:ig-.-al e. ,Us ,fl-'::::fqe!I .s.. -Q, 21 .---. , xx WIN KH.. .v:?sfL'zw434aiJ l gf. 12- HMM lf ill - .1 i. - I u -,,' liif, ,,,,, , . ,, , f 'w ' 152, "Hy-, .3,.Q-QL--"' ' "1 ff- F HPJ' 'f"5""" '?t" ,s1 N fil l 'I '-JE, 1, 47" V F as 'i ', f ' ll -fl -"I I ff. r 1' 2. , 8 A rs - vii m e ,r -' '10 VW ,erm 'M ri I 1 M ug 1 A o f ae-1, Q: -1, ag, if-.4-L as 'r -"- Lsgfi 1 - MK,"-""g:' ' N -' df ,"i ' ' ' - 1 ' M.,xNsFn-:LD 1lI'IEODORE Penn, A.M. Beta Theta Pi Fraternity. Professor of Pure Murtlzomatics and Aslroozofmy. A.M., Randolph-Macon College, 1878, Instruct- or in Bethel Academy QVa,.j, 18803825 Graduate Student Johns Hopkins University, 1883-'85, and 1887-'88, Acting Assistant Mathematics, Univer- sity of North Carolina, 1889, Professor of Math- ematics, Emory College, since 1889, Fellow of the American Association" for the Advancement of Science, Member! of the Rhodes Scholarship Com- mittee for Georgia. Kappa Alpha Fraternity Honorary Professor of Appiied ' Mathematics. ' A A.B., Emory College, 1880, A.M., 18833 Adjunct Professor of Mathematics, Emory College, 1830- ,915 Professor of Applied Mathematics, 1891-19123 Student, Harvard University, Summer 18915 Hon- 01'f11'Y P1'0fCSS01' Of Applied Mathematics, Emorv College, 511109 19125 TTC-3Slll'CI' Emory College. it A , M -, wwf Jr ""l"H 2 u 'f" , "'31-Flffifff' E " 1-Tl'-i3"'5' -8.2 ll Q ,,iraye:4:r,z1.,X, WHS ,.,,ggQ',2Ep,!5k Ng E 'L 55 sl Ls ya, M5 i L 8 s 4 Q I 1 ! I E 4 . 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Mm in .louis fl0Itll0.N S'rim:,, .X.lS. .vlrljllllvl l'rofc's.wor of Lu lIfl'llCl1ll'S. .X.lS., Emory College, 1907, Alpha Epsilon Up- silon Honorary Society' Emory College, Profes sor at Czmdler College, Havana, Cuba, 1907-'10 .Xdjimct Professor at Emory College, since 1911 Acting Principal of Sub-Freshman Department, 1913-'14, and Direetor of Gymnasium, 1913-'14, JAMES PARKS HANNER, JR., A.B. pl Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. f Professor of Modern, S A Languages. A.B., Vanderbilt University, 18945 Professor of Modern Languages and History, Millsaps Col- lege, 1894-19005 Student, University of Chicago, Summer, 1896, Student, University of Leipsig and Barcelona, 1900-19015 Professor of Modern Languages, Emory College, since 1901. W ' n" '-.- ' 1 .., S s xg T51 35: 7 Q 5 2 11, as ,sn -Q, .gl 1 , 'I ,i-:5:a.,.,'f.c..-X IH.. ..4, 1..,q-Tl T j ii-5 C xiii .o Eglin-.s ins at M If ing I ' I E V , I... A M, , .VI- I.,-l x ll:-fi -.I , Ivmm. , , M, I I I I I I ,, - ,.,....A,.,...,.,... 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Professor of Chemistry. 19005 Teacher in Public Schools of South Caro- lina and Georgia, 1900-1903, Teacher at 'Summer School of the South, Knoxville, 19033 Graduate Student of Agricultural Chemistry, University of Georgia, 1903-,045 Graduate Student in Depart- ment of Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 19044-'06 and B. Sc., 1906, Acting Professor of Chemistry, Emory College, 1906-'07, Professor of Chemistry, Emory College, since 1907. E W1GH1'BLAN FLETCHER LIELTON, Ph.D. Kappa Alpha Fraternity. . Professor of English Language and Literature. ' Student, Southern University, 1887 5 Licentiate of Instruction, Peabody School for Teachers, 1889, Teacher in Public Schools of Alabama and Flor- ida, 1889-'92, President Florida Conference Col- lege, 1892-'95, Vice-President, Nashville College for Young Ladies, 1895-'97, President, Tuscaloo- sa Female College,.1897-1903g Student and Fellow by Courtesy, Johns Hopkins University, 1903-'06, Ph.D., 19065 Head of'Department'of English, Baltimore City College, 1906-'08, Professor of English Language and Literature, Emory C01- lege, since 1908, Member Florida Conference, 1892 '95g North Alabama Conference, 1895-'96, Balti more Conference, 1906-'08, North Georgia Con- ference, since 19083 Librarian Emory College, 1915. ""' uvuvf fm or f E, ig gf a+ WEP' 'F F ,Em ff slfffi fi M, , ' . 'ls . , Q I I, M.. 04- . A 9 w,:,, f..5........,.M....,,.,. f'g1,,?P1-Elf! 9 3 125113111-.'..,:, . V ,, y 5 in xg 5 -if---i- ..,... 353 - ..... ' 1 V J ,1'-g.:.5'f -wt fix-Z B il f 'wax R ill' , Xl Q, ,jj ' -- L LES I' ,,.H N ,, ' f 'E B.S., Mercer.University, 19003 Assistant in De- partment of Chemistry, Mercer University, 1899- fs .Www KWH W1 'Mlm 1 "U ' T I . 1 . . .,, ,,.- I A , .... ,. I .. - . 1 , 1 me , , , any ry fi X311 1" .n-A i-4,9 ,KEFR Q hjiix .X r , Q 41 V , 1 .11 f 1,11 l il lilh 1 ,-,.rM - 'rg " 'f'- " ll, -9"4 7377 if 4 '737"f' 473,155.5 1 f - Q ' - 0 ' l'1mv.xuu Klmiuouun '1l1'lKNl'IIi, l'h.lJ. Alpha: 'l'uu Omega l"rul'crnity. l'rofe.v.vrn' of 11111111 Lflllfjllflfll' und Lifcrulure. .X.1'3., 1890 und .X.M., 1892. Southern Univer- sity, Graduate Fellow, 1893-'95, und A.M., 1895, Vanderbilt Universityg Head Muster of 'Vander- hilt Training School, Bridgeport. Alu., 1895-'97, Principal Suh-Fresluuan Department, Emory Col- lege, 1897-'98, Adjunct Professor of Modern Lam- guages, 1898-'99, Professor Ancient Languages. 1899-1900. Southern Universityg Student at Leip- sig, Berlin und Hilll6-X1Y1ttGIll711l'g, 1900-1902, Pro- fessor of Greek, Southern University. 1902-1903: Professor of I.zxtin, Emory College, since 1903. lJoUo1.,xs R Uniismz, .X.M. 1-1 cljunct Professor o lllarthelm cuties. LB., Emory College, 190-Lg Tezxcher Broxton, Gu., 19011-'05g Adjunct Professor of Mathematics, Emory College, 1905-'07g A.M., Emory College, 19075 Graduate Student, I-Iarvard' University, 1907-'09, A.M., Harvard University, 1908g Acting Professor of History and Economics, Emory Col- lege, 1908-'10, Adjunct Professor of Mathematics, Emory College, 1910-'Hg Professor of Mathe- matics, South 1Vestern University, 1914-'15, Ad- junct Professor of Mathematics, Emory College, Since 1915. +0 OP fb ,Q Q, 6, ww A X e :iw Xksx! 5 a, luwf I 6 5 if-A 'R X rr 54 Nw 1 uilay WW Wyx N .Q M-seo 1, is - 1 ,, E , my h , ' is 54 ijf11i2f.f.g:, G-in In if Q .' nfs! f,.:.-,lnumumn---rfffmgfiil D E .L - 1 n ,I .ez a 5 ,Pj ,U K fs.. 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CLARENCE EUGENE BOYD, A.B., Ph.D. Professor of Greek Language and Literature. A.B., NVofford College, 1896 g Graduate Student 'C JOHN BRADBURY PEEBLES, B.E. Sigma Phi Fraternity. Professor of Applied Mathematics. W' Union College, 1906, B.E., in Electrical En- gineering, Professor of Applied Mathematics, Wofford College, 1908-'12g Professor of Applied Mathematics, Emory College, since 1912. I Vanderbilt University, 1899-19005 A.M., Univer- sity of Missouri, 19015 Ph.D., University of VVis- consin, 19095 Fellow in Latin, 1907-'08, Assistant in Latin, 1908-'09, University of Wisconsing In- structor in Public Schools of South Carolina, In- structor, in Preparatory Schools of South Caro- lina and Tennessee, Assistant Professor of An- cient Languages, Central College fMo.j, 1906-,073 Professor of Classics, Florida State College for XVOmen, 1909-'13g Professor of Greek Language and Literature, Emory College, since 1913. X f mvf E: 'Qf 'lp Xllfxlr 1 6 kk.. f B ' rmu E X 5 k 1-,Aig q r r W! 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B.S., Clemson College, 19083 M.A., University of South Carolina, 1910, Ph.D., University of California, 1913, Assistant in Biology, Univer- sity of South Carolina, 1908-'09, Graduate Stu- dent, University of Chicago, Summer iSeSsion, 1909, Assistant in Zoology. and Graduate Student, University of VVisconsin, 1909-'11, Assistant Pro- fessor of Zoology, Clemson College, 1911-'12g "Uni- versity Fellown in Zoology, University of Cali- fornia, 1912-'13, Elected Instructor in Genetics, University of California, 1913, resigning to be- come Professor of Biology, University of South Carolina, 1913-'14, Professor of Biology, Emory College, since 1914. Goonnicu Coolc VVI-IIITE, A.M. Chi Phi Fraternity. Professor of Mental and Moral Science. , A.B., Emory College, 1908, A.M., Columbia University, 1911, Professor of English and In- structor in Philosophy, Kentucky VVesleyan Col- lege, 1911-'13. Professor of Psychology and Edu- cation, XVesleyan Female College, 1913-fllig Pro- fessor of Mental and Moral Science, Emory Col- lege, since 19141. Q4 tg, 5:2 'mf S0 awe QM Q11- r lin, SN-. V ' .f' 1. .I .. ' 'ri " 1 40 '- M 1 452 ,-"' s e 2 'i "W .- "Xi E i"':'l' I: E f 9 4 I --- " f an-1 u, Sari? ' 1 ':,:1-Z-1---:y ., ,,. . , ' 'L E ETL xg 3 sEiQ,ij,E'm..a,.........t.i...i... . ' . -' x 2:--. -.1 r V I E Em i .., .92 i 4 'G 9- I U .5 I-1:1-2-iii' is E 4 H19 . 3'-'f u,aa::ea:n'fv!': 1 .-' rnfmmry , - -"Q -- ? li i. 7-f -L f ' .i"' B' ,J l :Q 7 - ,, rg i. N 5 '-., CL " fl I ff ' WNW f' as my A lainie rg illi ,. ,I M ? ttf-t- '- Q f A., , -it -A y y is 8 - Q p v , 4 '7 -r ,." "V'.. -' "Y ' 'l ' A M33 V ' ' 'if f ' I Y : F - K 4 10A I Q 5' v' P 'T".l : PL-1, -uni, ,Moy If 15535, -I tk .G ,H-' .,, Jn- I I- W fy l flf ax ae, ,li 7- .I pa, J 4' - ,- I ly W I . H I L I - lzr - 5-:fff,,,xl,0-Q INV! I l-gt.: ,LL --.va-, Z l znvgyi :.,,r...L::4..k,,.,,Qf A rr Iv, -1-1 gf. ,U t 11, . :li Q ml A, V ' -:,y,g,q,Q.g:1-figt 9:-'f" 1 5 ,1 - -W ,' M g a-:SF Et,-5 vw' .l !!"'1' Z lk-4. fx ACLZZ-,,,.. y R 1 -B.. 5 "- 2: ' Is. J -.gn .. Q 1 Q ,i . . . ' NOLAN A. GOODYEAR, A.M. Adjunct Professor of P Languages. A.B., Emory College, 1904, A.M., Emory Col- lege, 1907, Principal Palmer Institute, 1904-,o5, Assistant Roanoke, Normal College, 1905-'06, Prin- cipal Waycross High School, 1906-'07, Student, Harvard'School of Physical Training, 19083 Ad- junct Professor of Languages and Director of Physical Education, Emory College, since 1908, Student, University of Grenoble, France, 1913- '14. ILLLABF FIi,ANKI,IN DEDIPSEY, A.B., B.D. Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity: D ean Theological Department. A.B., Emory College, 1899. Entered the North Georgia 'Conference November, 1899. Student in Vanderbilt University, Biblical Department, 1903- ,05S B-D., Vanderbilt, 1906, Dean of Theological Department, Emory College, since 1914... in ...SX O UNIYEQW Eb 0 FN' wg, saw S wa 12 P? lll AS L X2 L 1 1 mms? r M5 ' .- ,,,, Ib Ju ,fd f- ,., -. 1 " if ' sf ' x 'fy - Mg ...............,..f:..,. 5 ss 2 E .t .. . -L' 21- of -u.'l4."i'- ' u - 3 .-'if'-I-'xllf J- 4 ' '5 . , .I -.4 , ,, X 3 wt. H f--u-a-n1.m... T. if ar W, 5 ey U Q gi 1iu q 4,2 Q 'rj 5 I f X 55:12:11 N E ,--f M ,I . My ,ah 1 -X ,I ..4..y15m:grnp , - - p 1 J '- , L N. is ,-" XX .1 NS ! - F' ' . , ."'- mm" ask , 4 V 5 l -v lim, a A-.W 1- ' . , u 64.91 ag QQ 7r:am'2', r ""'-'9' Q . , -ii,. 1 . A V . Romzirr C-. M1zi:i.r.u, A.B. Delta Tau Delta Fraternity. Plrincipa,I. A.B., Emory College, 1911, Teacher in Public Schools of Georgia, 1911-'14, Adjunct Professor of Mathematics, Emory College, 19145-715, Princi-, pal, Emory University Academy, since 1915. HAYwooD J. PEARCE, Jn., A.B. Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. Professor of Ancient wnd Modem Languages. A.B., Emory College, 1913, Teacher in Ala- bama High Schools, 1913-,143 Student Columbia University, Summer, 191443 Instructor of English, Emory College, 19144-'15, Professor of Ancient and Modern Languages, Emory University Academy. since 1915. fm f f :Evil W. , 0 ,iw 2 45" , 3. 'W -'JL X f- l1uu 4 i 5 L mi 3 , UQ Af xv , X A Wissill wlix ,H rg, gli ,,,., - , , 'L A 1f'..... X - f iii ,-, :Sf,g'i 9 ' 3 R21-Z-1-'.,.-, f- 'ii 335. 1-1?----u--'A-93f77 l S Q : :gg-1 Ty? L. ,,,- f V, f'..,......:4..l 5 7 g 4 W W X .. i 4 -.4 .m:1g1-:ll a . ,fl1.'1p-mi' ig E . 'ff'-' E f 1, IX H.-' rm' X ' 'Tj - - ' Hi., H ' , .4 5 ' zip -V 1? A, is A ,,,,f"" 'SL ' 1 T-L L E V V ,,,, , , H -,...,n'. - 'f , I N 4 i. xt N . H, F . :X IV x' e Xs as :X X H 1. u ,M 'infc l 1,-will lx! I? I: ' 4' , n I x 45 X ,, r I Hb an is NX. was , , w f I, sl 9 V lv' , ,QM 1 m A ' is n. KIM, ,,.l ,pu -l J gy , ,gb bf-, , 1,1 4. 4, p 0 , f , ,. ,I j. ' J ,., -t .sw ,xv . 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Inns tvuctor in Modern Languages. A-B-, hmory College, 19155 candidate for A.M Instructor in Modern Lan - f - E Sify Academvi 1915-'16, gudges, H1Ory Univer- 'f' QQUNIVEIQS 9 ""' ff C' wwf, J- V f S f .35 W E If I with Hr F f -ri, f wit' gf 9 Q 1' " W . it fmiti am ,,, "5 K R " A in A: A.B.,' Emory College, 19153 Ministerial Asso- f ll l - . ' . .-5' ,,, A .,g,.:.'N ' ' mqfg Q TQ. H13 an PSI, V5 W f 1, 'W I. , ,, f A K4 f Q., , sv., ,'- Nh : 1 , , ,fm ,lf V'14"'3 , ' :fl ". , -if - , , " f - ',aV -ff-,J mga. X NX,. E.g."'mT-As tg . ..,,', - A J, , - 2? :I 111592,-f " I 5 - 1, , ' 5 if -1 ' .Q 7', In H1 ' ', " Q vf 1'-l r ' - I. 4 . Nlllllllillllinlfl WH. imrlff Eawf--mils:Q'f-.1-fail!-EQ? P' 7 gff,,.'L.,,Lf 'l' j,,gyN'f" i124 f' :iii-T 3 +1 , v-:-ng., ..,., f fi fl l "A A' -Z3:Lv4,.ff . ' an f -fm -'ff-!-- - -M 2 3 ' --.--TT..,,l A 'A NN . M - -- K - 'S'-'S-iL,,, -.,L-fa--.-,f,..- - - ' i . - . u Theological Faculty lnW'IW" 4 ,ll Ml 14 A ,QM L 4.5 lx 7! l ll K Ulla! "tl..V Q '? 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II., V, ,-f ' ' , all U1rHqqgn1m .,gWmg1M.1,1 ..-- 1- - L -,.-..r- 11,5 11.15. - ,- Il jj 1 -Lk X .J Ik I S 'I X ,Iv kv. A I ,-.. -,,,. -:- . ,IL I. X I- .dia I .. . , U Q 7 . - PLATO TRACY DUll1IiX3l, D. D. Dean and P7'0fess0'r of C'h,m'ch History. Born in Shelby, 'North Carolina, September 10, 1873g received early training in Bell Academy and Horner Schoolg A.B. Trinity College, Durham, N. C., 18954 a student in Yale Divinity School, 1895-'96g Graduate of Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1899: Profes- sor of Church History and Biblical Literature, Trinity College, 1899-19055 Student in Oxford. England, 1901-'02g Trinity Church, Charlotte, 1905-'07g Central Station, Concord, 1907-'11: 'Winston District,v1911-'13, Charlotte District, 1913-'Mfg D. D. Trinity College, 1914, a Mem- ber of the General Conference, 1914rg a Contributor to the Outlook, to the South Atlantic Quarterly, to the Charlotte Observer, and to the North Carolina Journal of Education. uulvfgsl 23 mf 8 wax' U XX4 I! S ! 3 ' f X 'iss 111 . ng afnwr Lal .S ra, AMA IP' X - 9' . ' --fm sr df 4 f'F he , ,I L 'V ,ga 5' EM Q, .usa ,J --:, , 'f,,,,b,,f-1 S gs N iiitzizlg'-.-Q ,, I t? Say XE 5 5' 1 Q 1 9 f u I.: Inca:-:-al 'Q' 'E A "':' -ca, i.,.:3.g-:.r.,. -. ' , -1,:-- , . . 9. U7 larfklv.-f.5?c. sz I 3.45135-.rgffv 1 IJ - i. I. xi. 413 "zu MM' ahh 4 f-1 - - 'Visage 1 x annum ni . C U H, wt asf f-rf-4'3M""Z' 'lim lllllllllii wi W A. 'ff' A J , L ' A + sc t if "W: Y , D-. 541- - 5 , ' xx ' '-.'Hf?5"" 2' if L- 5,2751 '7'if, .fr gg,-3" V' "4 'F , - .Q,,2g'Q ' N ' ' I." . 11. X .-N s- V H , f-4-,, I 1- v Q-,4 ,., . ' . - hx, R , J... - X J .7 49, .. Q- Q94 ,.,.' is -.., , , .I IJ lg' f ,,, il, D 1 14 as is Wu mm, 1' Mi- iminmwm I' 'L ' """l3l'i'l'iI'-A f . if I- " " 'I . -I tltffflf' nfl. :1 ,i 1 . ll Q 1 . X' is ' Z X S U1 1 U "is ,' I -N 1" sw yx ' "' li 01 , in I 'MF' "!ff:13f..: LVL 1-, 1.-' , .A X I , x . -,Y,X,,7 x ,n 1 'pgs ul, fl ,rf , l ,. Q ,IA 1 :N J: . f 1. 1, 1. -i - ., 1:24 Unk S' A I " 'WIQ is LY ' -"' lt A A- M 'Fa all 'H' .1 REV. JULIAS NIAGATLI. Acting Professor of Hebrewyand Old Testament Literature. Graduate, Rabbinical College, Vilna Russia, for- merly Professor of Modern Languages in Emory College, Member of North Georgia Conference. UNWIK, I'lARltY CLAY Howlxnn, B.S., D.D. Professor of Homiletlics and Pastoral Theology. Born March 20,'1866, in Monroe County, Ala-- bama, B.S., Southern University, Greensboro, Ala., 1889, D.D., Southern University, 1908, Member of North, Alabama Conference, Served the following appointments: Maysville Circuit, East Lake Sta- tion, Avondale Station, Florence District, First Church, Anniston, First Church, Tuscaloosa, Highlands, Birmingham, Huntsville, Talladega District, First Church, Talladega, Tuscaloosa Dis- trict, a Member ofdthe General Conferences of 1906, '10 and '14, A rs: W, 00si7ZZ""'gg W Em anasimm 4 5 L N 5 lf-A ' fK l r f F t I 9 , ons bl 'A "'45m.Ssr Liu ,HW A, E V ',p4l' Ax AV WK l",,v' ...... 5,4131 L . ' f .- 1 '-19' . 4? X 1 ' ' , ,ln S E 9 1.574 ay I ,V ,L - .fi-3:3 I C f L-A:-1-1--. e-f '- ' Ri- Q E xg 3 L- V -.::f.L..-'-ig...,... A .eh - y I Q -.Q-V x V., .2-5. l 4 "1 'U X , LE., Q . , I E y 7. . , . 1 'I' ,. N.. J X X, 5 - ll y 'NI "" X'-. ,,,f"' EEL ' ' YJ 5 H ' ' -' V - , -"'--.. 'nv' ' ' . 1 y it .i .1 .., . 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Professor of Psychology and Religious Education. 2 Born July 26, 18755 received boyhood education at Coldwater and Greenville, Michigang a student one year in Michigan University, received degrees of B.S. and M.A. at Northwestern Universityg , a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Director of Re- ligious Education of the First Methodist Episco- pal Church, Evanston, Ill., 1908-'13g Director of - YVesley Memorial Institute, Atlanta, Georgia, 1913- 'Mg Chairman-, Department of Theological Semi- naries of the Religious Education Association. XVILLIADI IXRTI-IUR SIIELTON, M.A., B.D., D.D. Professor of Hebrew and Old , Testament Literature. Born September 6, 1875, at Azusa, Cal., student in Polytechnic College, 1894-'95g Hawthorne Col- lege: 18973993 A.B., Hargrove ,College 1905, stu- dent in Yale Divinity School, 1905-'O8g M.A. and B.D., Yale, D.D., Emory College, 1914ig President of Oklahoma VVesleyan College, Oklahoma City, 1911-'14. Leave of absence at the University of Chicago. """ u vf 1:1 Qs QP" i 0 We 1 gi fa f 4 Cy Pram s L XS A A :?1 baba' :HSV-VW ml E . gf 'W :vu .5 IH" 1 an ' L - fl " We it " l 4 f '- ' .-it : E X ,.,- ' ag rf ss ,Q 3 I 1 ., -f- -. , w , , D 5 ... ' ,. .. t . -9524 if if wg Wy S 5 M ' 2' -'L-ff I E-.:Ag':Q1'2Q',. 1, 9- , U 'L' 'gui-:.::lI' 'ia ls -., Q L-I , 11.5-l:7,s,4r.,c. N Rl' '5':T'l?I?5J5if!t!- x ' 'A '. Q' J lj . f 1 . -Q . . ' '- , L . N as 1" N .1 N9 X 2 91 -5 , - 1 'gif " .,.- ,,.4gLU. q- -, - -- ,,.-,- - 4 . ,, W gay 7ti,g'f'7iT'W.igW,,,,, v v XX. J. Xouxu, D.D. Pl'0ft'.N'N0l' of ll'lission,.v, Born in thc city of Baltimoreg received his early training under private tutors in the city of his birth, received his collegiate and theological edu- cation ments of Vanderbilt Universityg Professor of Ger- in the Academic and Tlieological Depart- man for two years inthe public schools of Balti- more, Professor of Biblical Literature for two years, Randolph-Macon College, pastoryof most prominent city churches in,Texa.s, Maryland and Virginiag has been a member of three General Conferencesg a member of the Church Extension Board, also a member of the Federal Council of Episcopal Methodismg a member of the Commis- sion on the Revision of the Church Ritualg au- thor of numerous magazine articles. Oll- ' ' 1 in -SA L K-1-Ei'7K 1 -1- nr 7 i P l I ' f'.if: QFf r ,' 'rl' 75:3 125:3- 1123+312 1 , r-., --- - . gf' 3. ff' 'T f jill, lil l' 27' hs. T- l l Vl-ff iif "J ' 3,3-145 yi'5'?f- 'T , " rf, ' 1 if f' Magis, z 4 g at Q. . I- S- J' Elini ji EL-.ii .pl ' rg! T , 5 E' :E Tess: -Y." fri? ' if, Q"- -5- : -' 'H - 1.lTflL ' ' -12.12 3 7' ' FRANKLIN NUTTING PARKER, D.D. . Professor of Systematic Theology. D.D., Centinary College, 1883, Student Tulane University, 18843855 Vanderbilt University, 1885- '86g for 16 years Pastor and Presiding Elder in New Orleans, twice a delegate to the General Con- ference, delegate to the Ecumenical Conference, London, 1901, Toronto, 19103 Expository Wr'iter of Sunday School Literature of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. 'Professor of Biblical Literature, Trinity College, 1911-'15, . ' Lvl. v' ' ' 3 .-'T' NIVL' in V , 91" may!! , r I 2' ij-1 5 ,-' S255 s X 5 to if ' -4 -'lrlzzerzali " Ux fflffzfzliil' " E 4 E J if ..'f., Wllh tqf, - , J. L S ,112 -61 . me-. ,, , ill! 1 1 Born November 7, 1870, at Lynchburg, Ya., .6 . ' 4 '-'- ' . -- X glib . ' 'f:i' '. 1 7 f 1' ix I ' 1' " 'QT '- A Af ' V 4 L A1 I is , -,wa my ,ry Mg K Q ' ni I 1 , ei :I 1-M' ,mx 1- :r,1W'uD 4 gs 1 4 J' ' r Q' K 1 ' 4' V 9 f" f 1 I H Y 9 'Abe 'S' -.1 .1 'l ' "rl 1 I K . pc-X 0 pq: , , A! 1, ,-.gy-jk at I -A 1 ig J L If Z, M M H, g : n I 31, v f -4 . ,gm ' K' 1- ' 1 p I ,131-gl..: .. ,,- , , . , 3. , 1 54.41. .v .X is V, I H 1 in 1 ,w,,,' Mlm, N. .I ,t t my nr .f"' f 1-Fw, r lg ig in li-, 1-, .5 ,gf ' J, L 1 'a .il M. , A l W 7 ' 'X ' , Q " ":: Wit 6if'.dM'F ti' 'Fil ' ' ' Us y L' E I I ' , f , l J UU AY -L 1 1 9-su. 1 X L A l Q4-1 'aiiglp-g,.:: A F, I -2.1 L ,-.La-:fLl,-4 lx -. 'Q 1-f-T'2-Z-4'-"' I 7' se ry D F li , ' Q ' Asnumw SLEDD, M.A., Ph.D. ' DD IID Poofessor of Greek and New Testalnzenzf Literature. NVYATT AIKEN SMART, B.A., B.D. . Professor of Biblical Theology. 1 U Born October 22, 1883, at Newberry, S. C., stu- dent in lVebb School, Bellbuckle, Tenn., 1895-'99, B.A., Vanderbilt University in 1904, B.D., Union Theological Seminary in 1907, member of the Vir- ginia Conterenceg pastor of Trinity Church, Lynchburg, 19078095 pastor of Park View, Ports- mouth,,1909-'13, First Church, Charlottesville, in 1913-'14f. X several years a student in Randolph-Macon Col- ' lege, 1'eceiving1M.A.-degree in 1894, M.A., Har- vard University, 1896, Ph.D. from Yale, in 1903, LL.D., University of South Carolina, 19055 LL.D., Rollins College in 19095 Professor of Latin, Emory College, 1898-'02, 'President of the University of Florida, 19044-'09, President of Southern Univer- sity. 1910-'14-. W' mr 0'5" E3 MQ ! '35 NW Xt' rain' J' in, xx X' xg f,z?um X. XX E A ,LA w5m WE ug 'QQWINW w if A 4 ' f H x f 'K , ' r- ' :va ,I' V V' , , 1 I " ' ., P , ,,.... .......u....ssf 5-.efiazf '2 ss 1 Lpzzzaa-..,:f .. L , H. , 'gn at g I W' .U,g,.5:A k 3 E 3 -Straw h -.-.-..-....-...,... ,Q Q -' 'T'ZI1T"' E W 9 A .. "'Q' . LE, E " 9- fug ,V 1.3-:.:.:u Ni 'F 9 .iS 1 ' ' '- ' ' - Q I .-4. L,-Al' ' .' --- gm iw? uh cy - -We .E R ,ni -1- A -.High X J i lflsnmsw -lim A . ,,. I Il-5 . . , . - M., -3.1-V -it ,I :Milf-.. - -I 5: -yi... A - --Q F-5. Ipgeurij u'ff'!!i-kr' " ' ' ,' -9 , it 1 are 1-Walsall. if as 9 as , Q 'li ', .ya ll zfi'-0'-ic ing ' 555' I V , F' ifg .rvifb l Hi , .I 1 1 1 nil , .L l,p'q..'lv - - -Mfmuu.-.4 , 1, . .KN -EW-gf',,.,s, y -,,..u I , .., Emi . H., 5 1-f., :--- ff-f f?-L --f-"'-"'.. 1 ' --5,-E-6:5 l :P-"" 4"' M V' - ' l "U -:El ,.'T-si--..f k J M sn-fi. .-4 NCQ,-::,,T:1Q-L ef- --. Rs, - "-,,,3.i',jj, T j "ft - A, A "'?27,-,.:z.1-si.r.:11 Q . T ' 7 1 . ,n I e . , RICHARD Hmiusrzn Blsxxrzwr, D.D., ' f A Director of the C07'7'6SQ90'TL6Z07LC6 School of the M. E. Church, South. Born in Blackstone Virginia March 12, 1866, received early training in the Preparatory Department of Randolph-Macon Collegeg A.B., A.M., Randolph-Macon College, 18855 As- sistant Professor in Randolph-Macon College, 1885-'65 Monument Church, R-ichmond, 1889-'91, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1891-'92, Pastor of very prominent churches in Baltimore, Richmond and Norfolk, 1892-19035 Presiding Elder of Richmond District, 1902-,035 Pro- fessor of Moral Philosophy, Randolph-Macon College, 1903-307, Missionary Secretary of Virginia Confe1'ence,,1911'-'Mg since November, 1914, Secretary of the Department of Minis- terial Supply and Training, Superintendent of the Anti-Saloon League of Virginia, 1905-309, D.D., Hampton-Sidney College. He has written several series of letter of his diferent tours in Europe, and on several occasions has edited for the Southern Methodist Recorder and the Richmond Christian Advocate. '- ff-,, 'ir 1 , fi' N , N ' Q S f X9 5 .'.q-,-,. . ,-Y -2 W .-f .... 771.22555 S gli X2 53 '?'?E11:T--'15, Q-'A-Q ---- ff- lll7lgfV2fiQ S 5 'S .L cb if 4' -.' 3W3Z'-16vgl 9- - U .Pl-fizgzqiil Lg , -Q. .---. I .,., . 1 S S U rf- - . . i E J Wit M,-'-,i7am.fg4i+iJ x YU , 1. li i. .sg il f .-A-,'A5,-MW,-,, , v A- y J I 1 ' " , Q kg L 1 5.5 4 iff 1 ?37 ,1 : - 5 a sv:-ff.. - 1 - V A V Nj-R., f6gg.:,--:-i-:4i Z- -N " ""r , R '-fL1-Ll - 'T - -8- ,- " ' , " "f"4:' M?"- 3 P - 1 v A o Sic Transit How few the years that we have spent Together in this little town, Yet, ah the "bones"cthat we have lent To men all suddenly struck down. How many times we've paid for drinks To slake the other fellow's thirst! Five thousand times, alas, methinks, Because we happened to be "first". How many of the smoking bunch Have dunned us for our final grams? A million is my' certain "hunch". fJove bless the precious little lambslj , So thus the sweet tobacco goes, And likewise drinks, cigars and gum, But Zues! the painful after glows, When Stonef expects the "dough" to come! Yet this is but the school man's game, And has a celrtainppleasing tone. 'Tis now we ponder whence it came, - But soon we'1l wonder where it's gone. By R. J. B. . ,f""" xr- . ,',. QQUN 596. -.N xx If Q I . EE' e y. 4' ' are V-:. f 'ly 7 Y ---31,313.51-. z gli X2 B 13553:---':e'I J,-R lf ' 1 WNW :-i:a35bi:s " . ll.. -Q. 'li li lf. f - QU" 'Af f , or .a si A at .il ya, :gpg I i it U ll l 5, E it ,. a t Y sn ae-M 4 U-new 1-.9--w 5 , N Z tl x a ' A 1 'sl ,, 1,1 C W iw gpg, :WV bl' 1 ,QW QW' ,,, W jlkwf If N fyi! "' F'!',f1, f'f? !,' 1 N' HH :full ,qw ,i',? , ' .,:,, f-Q., Mug ,l,,' "' Mfwwn I 0 ' an qihw, M.. ng ,III lr! A ,.: S Hifi. - vw ' ,',!., '. Q - ,411 .-' ,In Uwe an 'yi u'c"n I 'I 1 w , Ag, .'2:':o 1. . .' ' J M, P 1'--M' "' 1 1 1 N x::.1..1 5' g . 1 -.g-:z-... - . , M 13:2-1j.I: ? E 'M 1:-sizif 1 W ' Z1Z'i3.'f: i 5 l ,, --... 1 1 V 4 ,I- ,' , N . GL 4 ,Y f ,lg FRESHDIAN YEAR . . . A Comedy of .E1"l'07'8 ,M , '44 1 , SOPHQDIORE YEAR . DLPLLCIZ A110 About Nothing 5 JUNIOR YEAR . . . . . , . . . As You Like Ii ,tg SENIOR YEAR . , . 1111,-9 That Ends , '- fl . 1, 5 1 3,1 ,ffl 19, 51-- , , 31' ,Ji i.,T H, , , 'ml .iixk V ,'lI . I, 1 .. EL Y 13 Q , 5 'Q ,5 ,.! fi MQ? Q, Nl! T , ,E i w --r ...L . - .- 3 ,U W , , I E ! 6 ! i I I x 1 R 3 2 M Y 5 . 1 1 1 1 , . 1 9 u w A mmf A N I U If J . Uv- km "" w.-I ' 'A'. ' 55 'W' .if4w,, tml! H g, Q.-, ,fi ' n ,. - v fy -s .e, ff Maw nm M qxx' Q ' w at .J ' M' M' yd , 11 f" 14pg"F1 iff' " 'M ' Fat'-'Q"'A Q.. rf- - 415535 X9 X . wr. l ' 'UH I5iM:Qf 1 "f'-:QW -1 f' N I Q' " W Ni' A Q .A X mu., .v- ,.k:v..'fVm 'x' 7, Ill x Lum . f-.iii-,.f X ' 1 um -A " ' . ek -1 X ' . , Qx . m LK . 1 ' f 4-0' N xx an - r' W - I 55-,:.e" 1 -.,. harm : Y Q -49. 1- bqi sm ack xff ff 1 5 N X7 QIKQQSQG wx, W QJQQQQ 1 I in Xb v Q, Ass E D ALL KNUWLEDGE' 42. ,,, ',f UNIYII15- od l C 5,23 I 'V 2. 9? ww Q 'Em " lm, ,,,. 1.--115, 9 U Q -1:2-, k ,j. xi i 3 :li '- R- ' ' 5 WJ? W QM EEW f 1- M-f WN fm- F -1 mu lqf' 3,1 X Ef Xia :J fy '. x, : Q .2 3 ' xl, X -nun.-q-mm 'v , ,...., ........M.':x,7 ,, I. 21, XE 3 L.j 4 ,F W L- H If en s' I J - M1 "' f QQ a M .. 4. -, SN , gpg 1 B ' 1 'Hn' au- ' fb mv! m X N .2 .A '31 i l f gi 41 fl""l'L lk rf W ,, ri . -W lv , . l,. 171 hiiiv P I ' 5 'iff wnnar f"r ' ,' ,' i .- I '.3. ' U ,gggkri-'-' ' "Zu" ' - ' il 57 3225 . ,lf-.6235 ,Q E .fr H 1- ' 1 52- ,Q .2 ff.. . . A . ,, , " ' f v- ,ni if 1 -4' -.iff 4. is if ., AM .M ' fl 'vis . ' Q Sm al- ' S it .. .. .. f tara- - -1 Wil rw E1 in 1- " 'J L o wlgmf-1 qi' ral , 5 QJAI1 'h1euR:NJfL3:,, 'xi M ' ll 1. :I : , F ' I 5 i l 1 ll I iv lin ll ill i I AW' X ll 'H l ,-J 'jim , 5,4 ' ,.,-MJ, . ----.!""'..,., rf ---Q 4- 1 - s ' 9 I 411. -'iff-L ' N . 'DL' K Q 6-If f Q ' , ' History of the Senior Class T is with a feeling of gladness that the historian begins to write the , last history of this, the class of 1916. Gladness, because with it comes the knowledge that that for which we have been striving for ' four long years- is almost Within our grasp. It is but a few C short months before, in the fulfillment of our long cherished hopes, we will stand forth and receive those longed-for "sheepskins." VVe will grasp these emblems of intellectual attainments and go forth to meet the hostile world with all the confidence of the immortal Hercules. VVe will not realize how much these four years, spent in Oxford under such healthful influences, mean, and will mean to us, until we have left the scenes of their passing. The members of this class have toiled together, we have had our fun and our sober work. If life-long friendships have not been formed, if close association has not broiight out the good in each member of the class, and above all, if each does not carry from Oxford an undying love for the old college, and a strong and zealous fidelity to it's great successor, then the coursevhas fallen far short of what it should have accomplished. For the past two years, '16 has furnished fifty per cent of the intercollegiate debaters, and now exceeds even that in this the crowning year in the success of "Sweet Sixteen." It contains some of the best literary talent in college, in fact we have a real poet Whose fame extends beyond the walls of his Alma Mater. 1916 cannot boast of any great athletic fame, but it has three pennants, attesting to the fact that it is not unknown in that sphere of college activities. But where '16 really excels is in scholarship. There are men in this class with averages above the Honor Roll mark who will not get speakers places due to the fact that there are eight other "shoot-'em-ups" who did even better. Four members of old '16 have attained that high degree of scholarship recognized by admission to the Alpha Epsilon Upsilon society, that select circle so hard togain. The men of the class will enter various avenues of life. and they will go to demonstrate to the world the practical value of a college education. Every line of activity is Calling US to COIDC and join its ranks. As wc go to our work. wherever it may be, in 'whatever field, let us be as true and faithful to our Alina Mater as she has been to us. . ' "Deal Em'l'Y, farewell to YOU, Farewell to our dear friends too, Alma Mater so dear and true. Xxlhen we Shall Part From beY0nfl thy bounds lhere comes 1Vith a true loval lie-irt T0 us, l1fe's sterner calls. Well cherish the Gold and Blue." 'Vie must soon ' 1 now le - ,- . . . . . . SNC thy 1.135910 halls, RfKl.1'1l E. 11 lll'l'l-I, HJxfan'm'n, UNIV awww? We 5 r r X g S 131111 deff Q ' it l A4 ' A "hassle Quit... ... W.. ri gig . 1 .,,,.'f--- ' . ' ."" A l-fi," fl' XE! ' iw' 1 3, - J- '- -mfg, : v, .,.'--1 9 'aft uf 'T' f fb... i -223525 ' -s 53131-1--, ,. 1 B HE. 1 -', -'ir-:lz--rm f . U .f -Q' - K . ' K2 , "l?7'l'3'l5'l"l"' f ix ."' b'J?45l?lil5:5fzf 1 - -H , ' -- 1 li A SS 2 "' HI' N 'I I " ' X'--. .....,, ,ff"" 1- ' . .. 1 " "?'E' ' ' -' ' v hh? E .FBQl0hBq" '1- rm-.N I- 1 -I " ,gy-. 1 .- -s -: g'4 N i. ,' Q .h 'S-we fl ,fg- 1 ggi ,QM 4- 211- ,,,-- f --f - f 1, -.. x 0.4, iff - - X 1 L I Y , l 1 , 4. n., l . .', .' vi. . t , . . S -U ,' 'effggif V .digg T ..,,..,.r -I Wy- W., 1- 'm i 3 ffag5ff'j i xq ,, 'g. x. 5 JA ' ,A , 1 My ' .rf I Ig 'W.H.f!9.' ' M'-'13 1-. , ., 1 ai -' -' 1 ftxuw X S , H l I l 1 M Nl H Q . Al wa.. , x K x ,plpian 'Wy ,, .I i fl Axux wg! : v f 1 K1 I IU ai ns ku Z It xl V Q I -1- KL "" A ., 0, X L A I K ll if XS- J A ' XWISUN. W' ' S if fm f xi! Y h, , . ,N r 5 WS 3 f 1 7 A X fe 1 fn y N ff I Izlvrorian XX b, ice Poet SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS . ,t jp xx R Cv Ea: Q42 N E XS S W -- , mam L ,A an IIA, alla 91 s M ' 'e'.f.f"':..L."'f'MLk"?'l-Ti' 4 ' " f 5315 m H' he if-ie L ii ? n e w ii 1 Wjieliy Wm "B no l gn .- .. ,,. ,F . . 5. n- J L-'- - fr .,, -- 2 . ,g i . ., . Q. - 1 - . ' -1 -A . " ' W , 1 ,- - - ll - f 1 ' . f ' 7 "gra d - 3, an , ' ' 'v 3 'fy - 1-'f' f . 5 7? '4 W -, 1' 4,11 if iii i ' 'M rg ne. .QQ 1- 1 ,O z1.,:s,,,. J - 4. 1 -1 A . - A V , R ! m 3 , S W I , ' In 1 G' 1:1 :VA L" iv! .6 ls' 332' gi fs? 5' lg . ,, ..1..,,.gt"-. ri. ,:a.. "qi3'ng-vi! di"lli"F"tfd' - " 'iQ IL. I 4 'A A E. 4 , 11'-1. 41- 1 .: 'f- Q--Mi., ,,5.L',y ,..L..gf,y4 t..f3w..'r- t.f'."H.agp-,1i.?q2hwe-gg-ants: z N f,'fe:'2? I - ' 'El :liz - , .f - J '- .I J , m V m 1 'A - - - af--w ,151 xg!wxf"" .-f ur :H-1','1 ' ' f"7"J"-""' 1' -.n ' ' --' A fffz. I 15,15-d',-' 1' , - 'i' AAL" 1 L- Q -' . 5 - --H 651, -Q ' 251. :asa-1.2- . - , L4 A -:. t "'i'i?f-114'-Y-'ffv-L ,Wal -g"' if j" .,,-,LL L N ,XI 'fL-f - - 1 ' ' ' ' ' ff' x --..: X gff- . ' . 1 , ' , , 4 A n , we Q y P, 1 e", ., vi. 'ig ' r -., -51 'Y ffyou would gfgt the g-hickens 'fn the shell." "The 'zvofrld loves a. spit-ff of :vit-lfedlzes-s.' EUGENE ATTAWAY, Ph.B. Wine H'rsv11.1.E, GA. Few Literary'Societyg VicegPresident Few, 1915. Member Y. M. C. A. Means House Social Clubg Educational Journal Club, Relay Team '15, 'l6. Baseball 'leam '15, '16, Non-Fraternity. This is the only one in captivity. Step right up, gffnllelnen. -He . non t bite. even if he does look voracious. It's just his habit to eat everything in his immediate vicinity. He is the original of the man it made "poor to tote hit. He says he has to eat all he does in order to keep up that mighty frame ot his. Few there ure in the student body that know that Tank is a poet, but just ask him :ind find out. BARHAM DONALD BANKS, Pb.B. GRANTVILLE, GA. Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, Phi Gaunna Literary Society, Pun llvllt-nic Coun- cil, '15-'16g Owls' Social Clubg Susie Dahm Social Club, Chi Sigma Chi Social Club: Baseball'Team, '14, '15, '16, Manager Baseball Team '15. All Emory Bausclmll 'l'c:uu. '14, '15. When Hoochie came to Emory from Georgia the fair sex iinuiudiutely fell upon him because of his beautiful complexion, and sized him up us one susceptible to their blandishments. Despite the association of his name with numerous "Rnd Nun Eggs," he has survived, and is today one of the most popular members oi' his class. His achievements on the athletic field have won him :in envied reputation which will long outlast his stay here. 4 uvuv ESI! Q his uf 9- .fm Q s l KN! 1 KJ i Z Wig mvfiilfsw 'X TAN ill! M,,,...... , .. . ,, M ., ' rp., if E" X X ..-if if ..,f 1-Y ,rife ., i -Z-TL-1-. -, ,. . "1" ' 763 i iiidlfiw :-' .L .-..1...... X 7 Q t ,,-, , k 1 f ' 1 X J U glqggie- -Q 1 , ':'-- . . . ' rf 1 5 '.'.' - V", X ..'n7-5if7.F-tA':-.x- f 'I ,-" -.rrifi if Str 1 ' I il . A 4 ff , , 1 RN ,I ' " , x XV . - '1 t -if -. N J 3 ' n' A M' I' ' ""- .,..w' ' I 4 ..... . . il., ,, A by YK Wh i Q-P5 F A2 MfPA e:f' 'L l f : - Q a Q2 g N9 la ,, xv 1 1 ,yur I 1 A -4 ,N ,444 1. ,Yi ,. , "'.s.r 'ef . .. sv' b ' All - ga r ' ff , '. -Ai. iff. ' -f ' In I " 9.4" . - - J' 'f -'52 ' WHY' fi" 142: 2 -: . - f 1.0 .ell ll r' - le a s an . m pf :'1f5iwll"" f f f ,frame af.. I I. I, Y N , ., .Q ,Qral nh v .Y-LH.: . H Il., ' 'limi-X . V .,' I-I I I 4 f,,Lf1f 51. ff,-, 55 . 9 - 1 'Q JV' -A Milli- in 1 ' fneftslrfflwsl-.,.f..:.1:s:ws22'f.f,:f:l.a?if. V - ",l'iiHliH4i" fe rail-1 ,I c lt.. N, ,L-f'A: , "-L ,Y lk A 7 ll pf- Ass. A' 1 F I 1 N:':- ,.z.:,-- .- ' - - 0 ' - v 4 "There is no art to find the m'ind's con- "A bard more fat than doth ay bard be- struction in the face." Seem," RICHARD WALKER BRYAN, Ph.B. RINGGOLD, GA. ' Few Literary Society, Fresh-Soph Debate '13, Vice-President Few '15, President, '16, Assistant Treasurer , Few '14, Treasurer, "15, Censor-Morum of Few '15, Sec- Treas. Class '12-'13, Baseball Team, '15, Basketball Team '13, Relay Team, '12, '14, Y. M. C. A., Judicial Committee, '13-'14, Honor Roll, '13-'14, '14-'15, Junior Com- mencement Speaker, '15, Senior Commencement Speaker, '16, Hailing from Ringgold has proved no impediment to Grits during his career at Emory. He has succeeded in garnering unto himself a hoard of sheckels, in the shape of well-earned honors, both in the'c1ass room and elsewhere. Behind an ever- smiling but imperturable countenance an ambitious and energetic mind is hidden. Whenever the political season opens Grits has been among those running, and when the marks are read out, Grits' name is found near the top, both alphabetically speak- ing and otherwise. y RICHARD J. BROYLES, Ph. B. ATLANTA, GA., Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, Sigma Upsilon Literary Fraternity, Phi Gamma Literary Society, President Phi Gamma, '15, Editor-in-Chief "Emory Campus", '15, Mid-Term Debater, '14, Commencement Speaker, '13, Phi Gamma Respondent at Few Anniversary, '14, Memorial Day Orator, '15, Phoenix Poem Medal, '14, Prize for Poem on Emory Chapel, '14, Phi Gamma Anniversary Poet, '13, '14, '15, '16, Editor-1n- Chief "The Emory Phoenix", '16, Impromptu Debater, '14, '15, Relay Team, '15, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Champion Debater, '16. Dick is a poet. His hair, his eyes, his very manner of gentle speech betray him. And he is a good one, even if his "soul is heavy" at times. But he is more than that. Blessed of a smooth tongue. with 'a most affable disposition, we know Dick has won himself a place in the hearts of everyman who knows him and since he has been somewhat of a politician during his sojourn at Emory, there are few who do not know him.. It is not often we find a man like Dick who can write real poetry and still be human. ..k. . . . .- f"' - ..-.. - fig- 9 Q 1.-. . !.5'iff.:! 5. if -0, A ' . . 7 15 5 -l 1.-1.--.f-. -nu "I,- :.e...1.,... , ' AS - 1 ra , xiii ,J .ileg fnsla ,..-2 IIA, alle M "' ,Bach . .. . . . . . - A 1-fem.. 1 . he ,Ah E 'Y Gr- fi., :, ' 'V ' ' . - 'I if i:-"LQ . I -.j ' . " ' .1 .,,.' lil? ay I i . ,,,, ,v-, , ,rr 12,1-1-:Z x"' - .: 3.5: .c..jg4.-0- " r 1' ' , , V v .. f -1' 7' Q I f elif' '- u 1 , is ,X .Illia ',i.u:14 .Virgil vu . 40,-li 1 L ? L L 1, ., I, I fa' i .,. .z W .: . 'rw W ' . -+ V 1. -... M ff, I .fr . f. ,W ,u m a 1 f 'M - -. 4 11-f ew 4. 'a sg V- . , , , - , 1 f . . , up P "Mn U k ' ' ' 4:1 . V 1 l Ii " ,. G lx . .. . I A- lf, F' ,iw , fa x' N 5 I l, gen., ,iyukl ff ' ' ' 1 - w - ' 'Q a lx' 1. .'f - PQ., 'S',,g3.,5. l 4,,3.,.,H M., +x,hh,,. ,i.:. Mx awp..-p. i ..--'4 I .5 . I ,WY 0 , X -.1j"J j f f' - . , , - i ' '- -- '- . - ,I - ii ...i -4-..-- ' ., irfuzfi A-. 'gr' .- . 1 fills- . I lllllillilllllll lilv-i11'i1'1i T - in--.,..- mf l. ' ' . l - fees- ff- . .fa - D.. gd- L-f-'-' ,- i --f-f-'Q--s 2 "-..,if. -. , ' ' -' 4:1,k-LL Q 4' " . " 3 , . Q ' ' H' yl47f'f'29a if UI mmiciwd the Lobby "How doth flu' inuxii- of Ihr vulwx rn- ' Twirled my Sticlgj' frmice mine car." EDWARD ALLEN BURKHALTER, Ph.B. WARRENTON, GA. Entered College Fall, 1912. Alpha Tau Omega Fraternityg Phi Gamma Literary Soc-ii-ty: l':in-llclli-nic Coun- cilg Athletic Editor Kinema, '16g Freshman Commencement Sin-:ilu-i', 'l3: Fri-slnnzin Debater, ,13g "Owl,s" Social Clubg Susie Dahmsg Chi Sigma Chi Social Chili: Sigma Theta Social Club. See thou the man immaculately groomed, and every strand of his l-l-'nil lm-las in place? That is Burke. Many of Burke's most ardently pursuvil i-oiirsi-s have not been included kin the catalogue. As a patron of the Georgia raiilroml. lmili nl' 11110 down, he is unsurpassed in his line. A friend to many and ll frii-nil ii- ull. tlierl- :irc many who stay who hate to see him leave. It is I'lIl'llUl'l'1l that ilu- liri-nnu Gli-if Club has refused to put Emory on her schedule for next your, sim-if ii was lc-:ii-in-il that Burke will not be here. H WILLIAM H. ECKFORD, A.B. PITTSBURG, PA. Chi Phi Fraternityg Phi Gamma Literziry Sociclyg Sigma: 'l'hi-in Social Chili. "OWl's" Social Clubg Chi Sigma Chi Social Clulig Spring 'I'4-rin llclnili-r. 'l5: ll:isi-lmll Team, '154'16g Tennis Champion in Doubles, ,Mfg Susie Dailnn Sm-iul Vinh: Si-nior Dis- missal Orator, '16g President Phi Gammag Pam-Ielcllvnic Comm-il: l'ri-sith-nl l':in- Hellenic Councilg Exchange Editor Emory Phoenix, il5-'l6. Wheni Willie first boarded the rapid transit Motorm- li' -1 - 1 '..i .1 y - 1 -I -i and minute scrutiny lest he should b 1 ln nl W "IH H mn U K .N . . e .rnnsporling the sm-rv-l 'isln-Q nl' "lm.llx'." f . 1 . , 211216aZCi1Ci1DmD5'0X'?d.th1mse1f to be more than an nniinailwl slu-li-lim, ,xlilmngll Sunw- lion amon iheolv 1,1 glttsbufg -IS his homo. Despite his slinpi-ly' ill.flll'1', NN'ilIic is :i AAS all' ex, and is as well liked as :iny innn in si-ln-ol. ff" I . IIHWQUNIVEHS ...,, ., M 'e I." 0 VT' 04. P flx M fl QSM y :Ney 2 1 11'-1' 1' - 'iii' is " T . fl L I 1,5 W ,lilly-Ln' AX IQ-12" wily! ' , A - U me as l . w e .. . .., li A .bv'.'. ' . 'ff - i up ' . F'::ST-- "x.-.gf ' -funn . V .. ,.. ,, , ,, , , L -if -, L K-. .,, , X. X 'ima f. -lr.: U" F21 .frlxqir-' 4' -' iff fgilllji' 'L , ,QA 'W . """1-f- I ,,,, ' 'j" iI?5.,5" , ' fi A 1 fs-f"'L:l2' ,. s liiillid. .i5+f?il?'f"- 'if5'Vit "' 1 '53 if K1 4256, -'ff if. A:-1.5, --V72-.! I lf! iH -,.ll:"":H' . 3-Q55 - is -f A f ,R 'rt-A A A A A .ti .E .sfas.....- A . I . A V '- . U f -XL "Ask 'me not by what right I stand. I "I am Sir Oracle and when I open my am my faltheris' son." lips let no dog bark." SAMUEL CHARLES CANDLER, A.B. ' p ATLANTA, GA. ' 1 Kappa Alpha Fraternity, D. V. S. Senior Society, Phi Gamma Literary Society, "Owl's" Social Club, Chi Sigma Chi Social Club, Sacred Order of Fish, Honor Roll, '14, Sophomore Commencement Speaker, Relay Team, '14, Fresh-Soph -Debate, '14, Impromptu Debate, '14+, 'Pan-Hellenic Council, Business Manager Emory Weeklgf, '14f-'15, Editor-in-Chief Emory Weekly, '15-'16, President Pan-Hellenic Council, '15, Atlanta Club, President Phi Gamma, '16, Basketball Team, '14-'15-'16, Senior Com- mencement Speaker. I Laboring under the awful handicap of having been born in Oxford, Chilley invaded the sacred precincts of his native village with some deep yearning to be dubbed A. B. harbored 'in his bosom. However, those who know him best have dubbed him "My Son Charles" instead. For some time past his motto has been, "Keep away from Athens!" His fondness for onions has won him great fame as a 'habitue of Heine Stone's Emporium. But despite the above handicap, "Bish" has maintained a rep. among theprofs. for being a Shoot-Em-Up. PIERCE CLINE, Ph.B. V y WAI.ESKA, GA. ' - Non-Fraternity, Few Literary Society, Y. M. C. A., I. P. A., D. V. S. Senior Society, Alpha Epsilon Upsilon Honorary Society, President Teacher Journal Club, President Rhinehardt Club, President Few Society, Fresh-Soph Debater, '14, Spring Term Debater, '15, Impromptu Debate, '14 and '15, Alternate Intercol- legiate Debate, '15, Intercollegiate Debate, '16, Junior Commencement Speaker, '15, Senior Commencement Speaker, Honor Roll, '13-'14 and '14-'15. Pierce is a man of ideas. He has stood for what is right since his entrance in college, and no one dares dispute with so learned a one. He is a holy terror of all the Profs., for when he makes less than 9.8 on an exam., he takes it over. His prowess in debate has often been exhibited to the dismay of his opponents. Though his efforts have stood him in such good stead in Oxford they have not been coniined entirely to this locality as the land somewhere east of Conyers holds a not uncertain attraction for him. u C E: yqq f 4, KV? 6 'eb' i ra, alla . ,I -2 nf. , A -- fn- ' .sa sf gi,---A lfi7fMEfif E W Q E x fi . .ggi if Z' ' it-:fp-.ala -U fl-zzzgfzil ii -p. -fm ' . . Af .--.,,x- .-... s I I-I1 'gn'-, v A .' 1 - ' ,-- - 1,x:ur51:-431. H Ka 1' aA3f1..Jl-HH' I K 3 w z I 4 H .. f .f sw , J 1 1 - .J i. , A az. ' "fi I V ia. to r A- 2,75 A V " ,ai av mm -,A . 1 Y I' I, " 3 -if I 6 KA ,,11g-,igh ! .-a aL- .6-5: f. ,- -Clh , -e 1 Q X ,s5,,-4-':"" ,- ,..,. i VT, I 5 417' " 'r L v l I, 1,5 nt ffm? 1 . If x 1 "' '7 H "5'-vuqewfum v f-sf 'j sift' - r' ff ' 5 QQ? "il a. is '1 ' ff ' 'g , , 1 in f2,,gi.r ' WL.. kt . 4 ' ,I 4,1 'DJ My-f" we ' ' . 1 ik, 1 . NJ' 4 If ... we ' n i, I , A, ' 24 ' gi' ' . ,: I . -,-z- ' 11, Qv'3'1..- , - - L F "X ' af' fx -. Cf" '-,'f I hs i . , 1 - U 5 f"He was so good he would pour rose "Ewhaustiug thought and hiviug wisdom, water on a toad." L S with each studious year." CHARLES B. DRAKE, A.B. CHAMBLEE, GA. . Non-Fraternityg Few Literary Societyg Y. M. C. A.g Ministerial Associationg I. P. A. i W Duckie claims Chamblee as his home balliwhaok, and no doubt Chamblee claims ' f h favo 't sons. He is a man of splendid qualities, and was Duckle as one 0 er rl e ' ' ' F 's lab. Vile DroDh9S5' never guilty of anything worse than smoking a pipe in Oxy great things for Duckie in his calling. MELVIN R. ELLINGTON, Ph.B. Oxronn, GA. Honor Roll, 13-'14-'15g Freshman Latin Medal, '13g Alpha Epsilon Upsilon Honorary Societyg Member Educational Journal Clubg Y. M. C. A.g Junior Commence- ment Speaker, '15g Senior Commencement Speaker, '16. A native son of Newton county, M. R. soon found himself in his native element at Emoryg shooting promisouously any and every prof. who i-omes his way. Of ai . naturally retiring and timid disposition, he is thought most of by those who know him best, although it is rumored that he is far from timid in his accustomed haunts, secluded in some sylvan shade, north of Oxford, in the neighborhood of Gum creek. GQUNIVI Eb w do sW5f"" or Eu- H, ,... no -'Il' 'W' 40' ' .- A. ' . , . sal .... mriieili A i'H?111E."'::- .. ' Ks 5 .-.L w' -TI:-2111--1:-gli ,u flu:-:-:-iq' 'Q' ' - - --Af 4 ' .' . . fl 1 . .,v:. m WHS ,' ,,.e.wff:QcvlJ 1 ' . L if '- W S5 .-0 , H-. ,,f"'-il nw .1i4,. ,'-. g . . V ll W il if R' M'.E152.i?' i6?ilEl1lkgIE" l'5""" - 5V R Q . y 41 S a s - W it f-2' ,. it 'lk1'i,Jxj,:4 .F img: ny, 5 , 1 aff ,, I 1- , X ,. it li "' - -' q 1 . IL 0 1 I I ' pk! ' ' 31 'JH ' " J' 12 'FY '1 1. 1. 1 ' ff 5 4 2+ QW tl 1, s tl Er- I ' If 1 X I v 4 1 I ill Lvl Q' ,lib 1 1 Xa , ll ' ' 1 ,Lu , ' 1 U' " .1' 'V'-fl 1 . www - -.1 1 ht' 1 m M vm CA S- 7 ' ' K 'liwv "WAN-w P u' A , Ku.-. ' 'Q 'eff' 1 4 A- a,,:-1: f s '--- m .sa 1. 5 f -1 Q., - 1 -1--:L I .. N -sg 1 P Z N " ' - - 0 - 1 -IJ' k -q-. t A "Oh for a forty parsou power." "What cracker is this same that deafs ' A our ears with his abundance of superfluous breath." CAPERS LAMAR GLENN, Ph.B. PLAINS, GA. ' Member Ministerial Association, Few Literary Societyg South Georgia College Clubg Sparks Collegiate Institute Club, Sophomore Debater, '13g Relay Team, '12- '13314-'15,'16g Pasco Physics Medal, '13g Treasurer Few, '14-'15-'16. Lamar is a sweet little fellow from Plains. He is an ideal candidate for the ministry in his amiable qualities and in his high ideals. His favorite occupation is teasing "Miss" Cobb. He is a true friend and an all-round good fellow. JOEL A. FITE, A.B. CARTERSVILLE, GA. Chi Phi Fraternity, Few Literary Societyg Member Publication Committeeg Chairman Publication Committee, '15-'16, Relay Team, '15-'16, Baseball Team, '15g Basketball Team, '16, Like Demosthenes, Brooks is said to have acquired his brogue by toting marbles ' the capacious cavity which occupies and completely fills the lower portion of his in - cranium. Though Shingler says that Brooks would swipe anything from graduate flasks to filter paper, nevertheless he has succeeded in elevating himself by the votes of the populace to a position among the seats of the mighty, known as the Central Board. With misgivings as to the longevity of his tonsorial appendage, Brooks has adopted ther hatless demeanor of Medusa and entertains high hopes of some day winning a fair lady's heart. f"'uNlvf o '31,- X 6 ufhx 2 ky? l YQ 5 f 8 lk I W 13-WAV 'y', W A e Q. ,Qs sf .leg ufwr Qual .... r it A .ri rn", Q R-X11 I ' fry , - ' ,I If , E lt nm ... Tl K 'W s 'if' , a 1 . .. . if-' A i . 4 ' .. 'M , Q J ' 5 5422-:Cali . -F'1:55? 5 " " "' -1 -,,, 1, I ' 1 1 - A, E6 '-., ,,.f"" ,aa ' " YJ Lax Q ,W ,,,,,, . , . ,- , Q.. -V ?"!!.!4'i","f' ...1 ' -tits" m e Q ,. 'iv .fi . . 1 . al In 1 .te if - - -' ' 1 ' A v , Q . f 7 f 7 X 2 gg Q i "An afable and courteous gentleman." 'fri'-9 -W'5I'9 -t'f'f5"1-Q 9-if quam 70910-H GEORGE F. FOSTER, A.B. ' MACON, GA. A Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternityg Phi Gamma Literary Society, Y. M. C. A.g Sec- retary and Treasurer Y. M. C. '15-'16, Associate Editor Emory 1Veekly, '14--'15g Basketball Team, '13-314-,15g Track Team, '13-'14, Relay Team, '13-'14-'15-'16, Somehow or other we have always connected the name of '.'Dutt-h" with Cor- dele, Ga. VVhere we got our information or how we came by it has escaped our memory, but nevertheless such is the fact. With a "Bootlick" on Zeke and. Ickey, he has contrived to build himselfa reputation. as a man who does things. Quiet and almost unseen, "Dutch" burns the mid-night oil and worries where the next Y. M. C. funds are coming from While he is restings One of the five best things he does is running around the track While Nag is calling the roll in Gym. J. BOYD HALEY, A.B. ELBERTON, GA. A ,Non-Fraternityg Few Literary Society, Y. M. C. A., Le Cerclc LvlllYt'l'Sli'ill'lt' d' Emory College d' Alliance Francaiseg Special Censor, Few, 'Mg Vice-President Few. '15g Recording Secretary, '15, Tribunal, '15g Board of Directors. Few, 'l6: Honor Roll, '13-,145 Latin Medal 'Mo R . d Speaker. , , eppar Greek Medal, '15, Junior Coinincnccincnt Even from his home town there preceded th th U . , e appearance of J. "Byrd" at Emory 1. e retlnortithat he was b-orn speaking, writing and otherwise enunciating the heroic mes 0 Q-3109110 and Virgil. Since his arrival Bill Burt has reported nn enormous decrease in the sale of Jacks But physiolo d , I - . A gy un er Ph.D. Gee proved too much fOr thelclassic-mould of his mediaeval brain, and he has kept his vow to forever more seclude himself within the classical walls and think no more of sordid things. ' vi'-91 EEZ! 9,0 53' wwf 'JE .glib V Em Xi 1 aiiunuks M X B 5 3 . . " n " - I 6 .,.',1' .N - , 1 - ' 9 + . ci ' . "X 'V . E' , L-5:4 W' ...:.........,.,......:... QL l'5'?:l1:1:I1'.v2f- ,, QL ,. , - -we-5 1, u -if 'Q ---.'.'- wi--nun.- ' 1 ,' if? V 'f ." '11"'T'5r'5 Q W S 5 2m i" 1'. .... 'H -15-2-Pfilk UN el-.H-I-:-11' 'i' 'E - ' i f-4 , IX .-' w5j52:1-.Q , , , Q , 1 .1 In M. VJML. X Y - ,1 , ..,, xx , - . -.Q---'. . -. .. qi... , , V: ,VM I 'WINE Mn- L . .re-L-7,0514 , ,, .... ... . . . z'-r I , x KP V 1 Fi S x E i, I i l i 3. 5 s, i it ll 1 X 'A ,. , Vi 1: N l I L P' 4 . V -. fr' ' - 1 A U . .Z'?jRj.,, ,-xi --.I K HKD .., - .1 ,lm E I I X . 1 4 , ' v ,'YnQ,fi',- ,L '. r 'HM V .. 15127551 :sg sxeifev ll :V A., N D L. . p I I' , 29-.orif ui I Lac, -,gp , -, v 4 tv, A ia .d4l1ig, . ,: Qi' h , , ,+315L,g,t ' ' - - . , 1j:.,' ,M 1:96 I , ' " ' " ' ' ,' nf ! ,gl E ig, 1 g ' It--'f . ...Nnl4..1' 1' my lf!" dll- W?-twill, Haiti? -' - it ll LM "rr, 'V-Zv ,:.-- -'Lf' ,, -- .' t h-r.:-ffl -'M -- -V u 'lui-"' ' .,. " ' 1 'E-ll ' i""'Ei--:- . Q'-5" ' " ' gl. . 'A N fr-' P" f-'T-A "-"- " "s n"" 72 "--,lifQ1"'i "rf 5-si ' T ll i -f . . r L,l -SQLQSQQ-'rr - 1- f ' X T Y 4 . ' ' ' ' " 'N "RH--f--H12'T.i, '- , A '- , , u F .V X Amis XS sr "'None but himself can be his parallel." "I am 'no orator as Brutus is, T only speak riglil on." ' JULIAN DERYL HART, A.B. A.M. BUENA VISTA, GA. Few Literary Society, Recording Secretary Few, '14, Spring Term Debater, '15, Few Anniversarian, '15, President of Few, Member 'Board of Directors, '15-'16, Chancellor and Critic of Few, '15-'16, Member Greater Emory Committee, '14-'15, Chairman Greater Emory Committee '15-'16, Member Central Board, '15-'16, Y. M. C. A., Relay Team, '14-'15, '15-'16, Baseball Team, '14-'15, Honor Roll, '12-'13-'14-'15, Alpha Epsilon Upslion Honorary Society, Junior Commencement Speaker, Winner Junior Oration Medal, Senior Commencement Speaker. . This man, towering more upward than outward, hails from Buena Vista. Notwith- standing the fact that he spends most of his time concocting vari-colored chemical com- pounds Hart is noted as a "Shoot-Em-Up" in all his classes. Memory of man is unable to recall the sight of "J. D." after sun has set. Whether of innate fear of darkness or not We know not. Only the care of politics has been known to lure him' from his lair. ROBERT M. HARRIS, A.B. . MARIE'1'1'A, GA. ' Chi Phi Fraternity, D. V. S. Senior Society, Phi Gamma Literary Society, "Owl's" Social Club, Pan-Hellenic Council, Secretary Pan-Hellenic Council, Baseball, Team, '14f-'15-'16, Freshman Commencement Speaker, Assistant Business Manager Emory Phoenix, '14-'15, Business Manager Emory Phoenix, '15-'16, Football Team, '14, Censor Morum Phi Gamma, '14-, Secretary Phi Gamma, '15, Anniversarian Phi Gamma, '15, Tennis Champion in Singles and Doubles, '15, Impromptu Debater, '15, Lee's Birthday Orator, '16, Intercollegiate Debater, '15, Champion Debater, '16. Bob hails from Marietta, a town made great by Leon McKenzie Blair and other Leo's. This fact has proven a stumbling block to Bob, which., if you wish to 'prove for your own satisfaction, simply turning your hacpds wrong sgle otiiit w1tEll1aE.Y1cl:id1l'sah gesture and quote: "All alder smoke g0 UD 6 Cllm- U. le 3 910 9 i during the political season, in the class room and among the ladies. Bob has proven himself one of the best We have. ., I. .E Ju g fb. 'Sis' N m . -ff' 'H- E S Z it Qwgg .i. ,WMigi-Z5-.952 E XS 3554-,'i-:lim 4 -if as i Q, get W -te :nv-5. -,X IH.:--,u..f--Iii.. ! A Q g , lil L t--w,,,...,w ...E it it . L . . , . . - -.. ,,,,, ,..fg- - 1 - ... . was sf., i' 1'2t' fi1g"' ' ' V -me . I 1 e fm- ' W ' 'Ri' ' l?'f'f 1 4 1-1, "' -- - --1-'IH A 'N ff' 'S' ' A 'f . . T, ' - .' ' "4 4231" "' Bs i1'i?l+'iL'4fe,' 'F' "i 1, 1 'Simi' - ' ' ,L .lfbr V :gh- . .. ff T ' 1 "' Q-', A H7 V , 7' IJ . . . .- 0 Y . N. -1 in 1 1 . 4 s 5' , 1 ', As' '-,'1E', 4. ' -9 f..ffH +2 I fi -' f. mg .11 Y .- lg, yf Ss ,gg D I ' "M fe-if -' E-11 9 5+ Q i . 1 - , .,' ,,4p,a . ,- af Q P' I fl in ., Qs I' by Q' Q' ,, .gin ,i J, J ,,' RZ . ' .ya 1 -4 ,--'.- a w ., 9- l!, , . , -, ,, .. fi V'--', . .-Q ,' l, 4 ' m Iii 950- so 1 1-. P ' "' ,Qi 1 , 1 w ' 1 "H A 1 1- Y., "U, n lu X " I ' 'A' ,A 21,1 Q, w"m1ir " 1 ,. Q I 4 1 ' 1 J H M" i I -7 1 A-Y 4 .1 ,. . --. .,. , X as-1 l A . , ta- ...fp - Q.-.,.. n2-',-:-f- '-if-" I 'N ' I an P Y C -f Q- fs feywsi, fgilslllilm lei - ' - 1 Q v' , 4 1 f ,sal 4. ' 2 V X Ury YJ, . ,. 'His enthusiasm doth impart new life to "The world lmows nothing of fit's greatest cold dead facts." M0711-I-7 JAY I-IAYS, Ph.B. HAYs'roN GA. Non-Fraternityg Few Literary 'Societyg Y. M. C. A., Critic of Few, Correspond- ing Secretary of Few, Board of Directors, Fewg Honor Roll, '13-'14-'15, Special Gym., '12-'13-,141-,154 Intercollegiate Track Meet, '13-'14-'15, All Emory Track, '13g Basketball, '13-'14-,15-'16, Mid Term Debate, 2135 Junior Commencement Speaker, Junior Respondent Senior Dismissal, Impromptu Debate, '15g Educational Journal Club, '16, Secretary and Treasurer Senior Class, '16, Senior Commencement Speaker. Whether information is Wanted concerning the increase.in death rates due to the employment of child labor in factories or the number of processes involved in the manufacture of a pin, Statistical Jay is right there with the government reports. But one pigeon hole of Jay's card indexed mind is labeled with the name of a certain lady of North Covington, to whom he allots a portion of his time as regularly as to his lessons. Whatever problem Jay attacks he goes at with a system, and we predict the success which has crowned his efforts here for him in future years. SAMUEL HERBERT HINTON, Ph.B. DACULA, GA. Few Literary Society g' Y. M. C. A., Relay Team, '13,-'15, Gwinnettc County Cluhg Orchestra, '13, 'Mg Vice-President, Fewg Art Editor Kinema, '16, Non-Fraternity: President, Few, '16, Member Board of Directors, Few, '16. Llke h1S worthy. contemporary, Hart. Hinton, who claims Dncula. as his heme, is Partial 'f0,th9 ?Uf1C1Ug fumes of I-IZS and may be seen at almost any hour of the day Wendlflg TNS Way toward the Chemistry building in his tireless effort to follow in the footsteps of Dr. Ward. In addition to this, Hinton has made for himself quite a distinction in the realm of art in trac'n tl tl' - I ' J A of the men of this student body for this afngualle Ou meg of the mlsshapened ngures f umv 'Sac se e .. m A 'W XX ,I is ml ,,,,..,.... .1 ' i", 15 Mm .E ,P F. '- M , .- . + My I .X 'Y 55.5, if E if Q age. 'Qy , .. 1 -wif" s- w5t'n111-.'- -1- f . 2' 'w 1 .U .-l5:s:1:wa' ig . 1 1 . . t vi "' N A . l. W ri -Q' Ks.. 'Hmm 'ik . Wm I 5 I -""-1.fpll' -- . ' ' A v .,' -r 1' '. I X - .-iff V .mNs'1.1.'.M-, .LT V,-, A .:.,.,., . ,W NT I 4 'H' ' ' H ,I I ,I L.. . 1 ' A - up 1,4 ,ggmium In . .1 i t at ...Q sviii .4 is l ., N n ...Wu Y, ,V sins . 1 , ll' Y 'i We -if . . A . lf' -1-z. 1- A ' 'r -2- ff f "'f -. "" 'A , " ' "FH--"ali, " 1 ls m ' , lr 'ff 7' 'Ea M ? " " f 1' L' llllll - X "Ml "::1','1:.f'.fw'3'..: -. :lbs 1. ll I 'Y' I -2 4: 156225-f:.f',--.Glyn . M R- "4 ,L M : -- : new - wr-' t 4- ' -if-xfhiw-'.-.fl---fe ills-1:sl',.:l.'es ffm-. J- , ' 'fi j-,J' iv -Q gags- urs' ',. 1. ,. , .Jin x ...a m . , 1, A ,W-A-. it-I' .: Q ' Mfrs- -'- ' .- P w E ,-..,.4s- U ' . 5 "By heaven, I do love, and it haih taught "Cheerful at morn, he wakes from short to rime and to be melancholy." repose, Breathes the keen air and carols as he goes." CLEMENT EVANS HUBBARD, A. B. ROCKMART, GA. Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Phi' Gamma Literary Society, Ministerial Association, Y. M. C. A., Student Volunteer, Judicial Committee, '14-'15, Relay Team, '12-'13, '14, Treasurer Ministerial Association, '15, Delegate to Georgia Missionary League at LaGrange, Student at Candler School of Theology, '15-'16, Andrew Sledd Literary Society, Georgia Club, Delegate Georgia Missionary League, College Park. When Mother passed from out of our midst and from under the guardianship of Emory's Wing to take his abode in the garish city, he began immediately to degenerate. He even started to Writing to Wesleyan. What will become of Preacher, we cannot say. He may have the fortune to be eaten by the Cannibals as he is going to be a missionary, but We have a hunch he'd talk them out of it. FURNEY C. IVEY, JR., A.B. Bos'roN, GA. Phi Gamma Literary Society, Assistant Treasurer, Phi Gamma, President, Phi Gamma, Chairman Athletic Committee, '15-'16, Member Central Board, Basketball Team, '15-'16, Captain Basketball Team, ,16, Baseball Team, '14-,15-'16, Manager Baseball Team, '16, Relay Team, '15-'16, ,Emory Track Team, '15, Manager Emory Track Team, '16, Calculus Club, Tennis Club, '14-'15, b rass fields of Boston that locality unknown to us, but made From the cra -g , , , notorious as the abiding place of "Dada" Whaley, came in the fall of 1913 this terror of- the Profs. to set a record at Emory with an all around average of 10 in Calculus. His glove, aided materially by his left arm, and an efficacious prayer, in the Spring of 1915, enabled many understudies of Cobb and Baker to pereeptibly fatten C25 their batting averages. Bereft of his reputation and prayer his trusty glove is now left to him as a relic of things as they might have been- Q UNIV! K E3 va , W he fy 1 KN! 2 f gi' is f f ,U X J-. J M A I ra, Ella . all" Q24 -"1 - - a' 'Rf 4 L - fe- . as Q , - . af: : ' 1'1L'. 4 -. . . G, ,grave gs g 5 .. , ig ll .fi U.:-ul.--mwn-Hwy,-.5..l5-:2 E S EEL xg E R Eggs, M... 5 I l . 8 " , .:...-.-- 9 W S - ,. -... W .U I "' E - 2 el ...'v'.'.1'l,. xi r 1 4 .S.g. .,,, f ,gs 1 , . -A-Q 'Q' 21 , , A T-A J tra.. .. ,sz All Q.. j 1 Ill - .l l N as , "- M' . th ' -4 ' ' - , . . . -. ...,,, I . 1 1 L, , MKII . . - -I-II ., -.,.--- me ara. "' af. 'id 'J mx i:'1'?. I li M 'G 'pr , get ,r,'lll5lHftW : '- ,gg ' " 2f"'?Qf?' If- 5 J sf-?I,,, A gl -I 'L'-il" - .7 ' ' ' ' I 7-' 9 I II II ,IIA ,I t I ISIHV - n Isa Ix ,3III , I MII, if A .F ,I 41, I lffQ,,I , ,., II.. II ,. , u- - ,..,, . -1 ' 3 as N--M. . I 1 , . L Za P , . I II . f .-, -If :rd . . . .. . . , , . , ,. . . I I A I, II , II . . , , . I ,. ' v , P-, :fi -..'f:f- A ' '- L. J 'i LQ" -7 " 'fr'-6 4 . , 5' . W VV "I 1 " ' W1 ' ' " 0 QUIZ'-I 'w' 43 ' . ' . r JI! - ,921 H "'- 'fr - W' Q " If, 4 I V i ,l ,g Yi l,.I :- '. . . . 1 . 'I , - 5 , - .. . , ' .. 1, ' , . , 3 ' . .. J' ..I .,., 2.1 '. ' f' j Q 7. --sfiv ' 529'-1 iv'-a.ff. ..t-'l iii , .. .--:....ai-1-1.:.,A-..f-qif.--7743! inf" 1.1 -'I -.- -. .--1 F' " .QPF-. g.,f24..af -:rf I III I I. . , ,,,InIIIIL, IIYIIm,I III:I,I:I,II.II,,III I,II,n.II,,,I 72M,.I3II..Ii-FI.I.I,,9 I:,,,., 4 . II A-. .. - , .1 . , 5 1 ' 1 J ' 1 1 ff . Q ' a ef- fee' C 1. ' YLFIP- I , 5 I K 9+ ,' K A ,-.gr 9 lx Q.-., iff- -ffpl 1 A I, - ' - y U A I "A man in all the woa-ZcZ's new fashion '-True hearted, 'whole hearted, faithful and planted, Mya!-J, That hath a mint of phrases in his brain." E. LEWIS KING, A.B. MADISON, GA. , A Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, D. V. S. Senior Society, Sigma Upsilon Literary Fraternity, Phi'Gamma Literary Society, Vice-President Student Body, President PhiIGamma, '16, Intercollegiate Debate Council, Intercollegiate Debater, Davidson '15, '16, Fall Term Debate, '13, Freshman Commencement Speaker, Sophomore Com mencement Speaker, Fresh-Soph Debate, Pan-Hellenic Council, VVinner Tennis Dou bles, '12 and '15 a.nd Singles, '14, Basketball Team, '13-'14-'15-'16, Football Team, 14 Champion Debate, '16, Impromptu Debate, '15, Phoenix Short-Story Medal, '15, A man with a brain so enormous as to preclude the wearing' of any hat Lewis 1 recognized as an all-'round man of 42 centimeter calibre. I-Ie it was for two years who won the distinction of being an intercollegiate debater. He is a politician of the Hrst water, with a failing for Covington society. His brain is forever discovering some new idea, and he possesses the innate energy to put them into execution. GRANVILLE NEWTON RAINEY, A.B. VILLANOW, GA. Non-Fraternity, Few Literary Society, Y. M. C. A., Ministerial Association Treasurer Ministerial Association, '13, I. P. A., Missionary League Conference, L1 Grange, '14, Cox College, '15, Fall Term Debate, '14+-'16, Impromptu Debate, Member Board Directors, Few, '15, Special Gym., '14-, '15, Relay Team, '14, '15, Secretary and Treasurer Y. M. C. A., Pre 'd t Y. M ' -' - 7 3' si en . C. A., 15 16, X ice-1 iesidtn Ministerial Association' President '15, President F - Cl , , ew, ass Chaplain, '14-'16, rxlllll versary Poet, Few, Wasliington Birthday Orator, Secretary Student Government X sociation. ' This dream of Doctors of Divinity entered ll' I co ege in the Fall f 1912, ' l X l ored to follow in the footsteps of,those who have attained fame iii the tie?'d'1'tniel1i6i'bi ghgology. He has patterned after a notable Biblical clriracter la " r lad his u ies e collection of all fees and assessments due to the St le t' Blliimi -H '-ds' Co-operating with "Dutch" Forster and other worthy men lllgiriqpgv iHs9gN?,,lf,:: mental Ill placing the Y. M. C. A. on a firm -b ' ' - ' L- .- 2 . ' I . ' ei asis 'rnd in him in . , - to this institution. . I L g g Gucoohh gmwl A" QUNIVEQ, Eb gr gap mlm ,Q if in xx! g e M llllSS Ii, w 5 L :IAEAIIEII A as s .WN X A ll 0'-WNHIHSWWI . ' I,,1 nn t are ." W f ' ' M 'd m .' X J, A- .f , f. " fl EM 'X ,,.'.4 .-ff. ' -- as A 3 :fv2:-1.- .. A - -YI:-I fl.--1-uv.-A-ulfzn ...,III3,:I5I,-, X EI E I I.II:,I:I,I- III--II-mm ,I Qi ' A ,A "' 1 'Z 'Q 3 ' -mm' 4' 'ui' --7 " RI - U ,tl-iiiiii ' Y' 'E 3 1 .- -:away . - -, , . A mil L sa l '- dv ..f"' NN .1 NY ' ' ' 4' ' w 'T--..,. ,..,fff' Tw- ' ... 4 my 3 fu' R4 .runes ,ffl-1-r . , Q .. V. 3 . "+P 1' 1 . f.-.ea - ,fl 35' .- .. P il I lfn eu 'll X g' 4 ' ' 'VK' wLl'f'3'N yt ' pl M" U Q i 5 x . I A v .. i 1 .E l . if J l-we 3- . 11 29 -in . ' J l psf ef CM' V N ' Y v' "M" X tl I ' A " , 3' J vw D ' rf N' ' ' 'P ' ' 1 P -A I1 ' . "' f -9, -2.5 Nrs v tn 1 I , "' 4 ' 't ,, WEN P .' , 'L L rr me A. ., . f .. 1 l M f ' . I A -l K I -N fb I Y A lv l L. I 1 .,,. ,jg- g.1lN ,A F-mir- W1 43111-'-,L2.,:?53? bp,5l?'fZlfg-fe . - l '47, 3 L I . T-iwlx xg. PHC --21:11. ,Qu 2 M "' - HZ"-ul' x 12-.T Y-.., --V U' l-- ' Hal -' V 1'4i'FA :...:f I " vslfv ' ' "" 'UL I f': - 4. . f- -- H , - -1--. -- -- -.....,,, , , ' i - -"- , mer- . , V A, Q 1 - ' " i 'LW A - 4' . 2. A "fire:-:."'f lf.-LTA: ' ..'.. ' Q ' I 'fThe Iearrnecl reflect in what before they "I 'value science-none can prize it more. , , IJ , i ' Melo- It gwesefen thousand motives to adore." HENRY OSGOOD READ, Ph.B. Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, Phi Gamma Literary Society, President Phi Gamma, Literarv Editor Emory Phoenix, Y. M. C. A., Pan-Hellenic Council, 144916, Secretary and Treasurer Pan-Hellenic, '15, Spring Term Debate, '15, Orchestra, '13, Relay Team, ,14-'16, Tennis Club. ld 't thou see a moving light proceeding in and out of the hallowed college Shou s buildings, think not that some heavenly constellation hath strayed from its orbit. 'Tis but the gleaming brilliance reflected from the shining locks of one H. O. Reed. 's a spendid -student and holds the Good in disposition and quiet in manner, Henry 1 high esteem of his fellows. V JOHN ORSON SMITH, B.S. BINGEN, GA. V a Literary Society, Y. M. C. A., Dele- Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, Phi Gamm gate Georgia Students Missionary Conference, Cuthbert, '14, Business Manager Emory Weekly, Relay Team, '12-'13. . . J. Orson is the only man in college who can claim three places as his home at one spasm. If you want to Write to J. O. simply address the epistle to Attapulgas. Laineat or Bingen or any other place in the neighborhood, and he will get it. His main achievement has been selling VVeekly ads. and breaking Chemistry apparatus, and he is one more good one at that. Hixiivfff r 4' I- : ,W X 4, qi 'X Q ! uzss eQ Qs? .-if " rf' "Vi ll fllflli iii ...E it ,nag ll' tm 'rr .-"J Q XR ir ' ' .. I -5 3 ' 4 , 1 ., iii E ,EL XS E .4 u . ' " . I. W.. ','. i - X , .,- .., 3. U .-'!-f--al" . U. -Q. .wa W 4 v,e7,:,9,,.- c, 7-.1 ME, .4 MQ., x I 2 , . - ' l: .. .L W , , I."--..., Ml" . th ' ' ,--4 , .I -- --L . S -.M-......,......e.. . . A :-ef . fs 'f .,,. ? 5 a' .. . - v, 1 -'wi ai fa- N gf fa 'fi F5 NM M ia il l ifys- re e- J' r Bl f M fl. -is will .. .ga ,- -,L iw fi-' . - . .A , . ,-: , H. I .' . 1 5 g...1w'.2.:w A1 'fl LI J l .miie -fi' 1 .Q 'f.',.w:Sl5f?Q5.,.,43g ,wffygi .l p 'Eli mais 'F,,E,,.E V . di.lj,.!A , .. . ,lil l . lmbdllv "" " -- -- ,ji - I L . ' ' -' i.f-viii frail """h ""'? is ' v ' ' " ., , . Q T A . . - 'Qty' qt.,-A'-. ,"'x ' . , is , ' QM . be .1 ifryykq, .K ff f . P 2: ' . - J . '. , . . e "Why man he doth bestlrezde thas narrow "Nccesszty and chance approach not m , ' .. V . Q yy world like a colossusf' and what I will rs fate. BERT RUMBLE, A.B. FonsY'rH, GA. Non-Fraternity, D. V. S. Senior Society, Y. M. C. A., Few Literary Society? Censor Morum, Vice-President and Recording Secretary of Few, Tribunal and His- torian, Few, Baseball Team, '13, '14, '15, '16, Manager Baseball Team, '14, All Emory Baseball Team, '14,' '15, Basketball Team, '15, '16, Manager Basketball Team, '16, Track Team, '15, All Emory Track Team, '15, Football Team, '14, '15, '16, Man- ager Football Team, '15, All Emory'Football Team, '14, '15, Winner of O. Q. Melton Athletic Medal, '14, Athletic Editor, Emory Weekly, '14, '15, Monroe County Club, Marvin Hall Social Club, Speaker Senior Banquet, President Student Government Association. That walking mounftain of physical strength is far from just that. He is the biggest-hearted, most whole-souled man in college as well as the athletic mainstay of the Senior Class. President of the Student Body is the only job big enough to fit his personality, and he has certainly held down the chair of office. Clean and straight a.s a die, enemy simply fails to exist. His one sore spot is "Griffin with the bases full, and Rumble at the bat." ' OLIN FREDERICK SEALEY, Ph.B. Howixim, GA. D. V. S. Senior Society, Alpha Epsilon Upsilon Honorary Society, Honor Roll. '13, '14, '15, Few Literary Society, Board of Directors Few, '15-'16, Fall Term Dc- bate, '14, Mid-Term Debate, '15, Central Board, '15-'16, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Chair- man Judicial Committee, '15-'16, Educational Journal Club, Football Team. '14, Klan- ager Football Team, '15, Junior Commencement Speaker, Senior Commencement Speaker. A With .a mouth likeia white sucker, there have been few to Su-ing this yuan. H0 fails to bite on an'y'ba1t except la peculiar kind afforded by a locality somewhere be- tween here and Covington. He IS noted for unusual ability to make his mouth eluci- date truthful aniswers to the proofs, which ability has netted him all sorts of honors in the classroom. ' aww 56:1 va , if Qlllh "1 is Em ca, B r ig Y llll L Q ' lx fa, ll ,fun--'s u"" -. . . 1. .-"' ..'- C" 1 ' 451, 'ef - if - ' 5 , 3.15-1.-. Q - . X? l K'5fI7f"1'Q-it H-.....a................. lf, .g . r , 1 ,.,,.?.,,... , vw S 5 r J. -2.4 4 -J fit--'r' lx .U .Fl.':-:3:11l'- it " ,i, 1 i ' V E y, ',1"'71'f'1""- f I." .z'4vL-5.6549 , - q f 'E-'X Q -. i l .,l K W Hn -wa Q, Nh I L 1 J ' Y L' .. an ' . . T"--. .... .,....fff' ,Th ' ? 'f I YT A ' i t"W ,gift -:sf a s Q .. . W- f . ' 7 - v - . -HX ,,' . ,-- .' . 1 A, ,nv A sv 1 : 4 .ik . - f'1-- ' MQ, "ww ' -1. J' A -55.1 ""?'1-- if we .--. V . . . ff- ' H .- " 3 - 'E w 'Q Kr' . ' '-' ' f '. "'-.:' F 1 P 01 X," ' -- o is it 5 N W' " 0 -fl"" '-.' - . , .' . K5 "'1f-'- '1 ' ' 'gg' - - I - E55-nauXg4'v' ?'f wi? ' ' x W ' r W, ' qt -o ,hy 5 , - ,Qu L4-, f-.tiifijk V 4. -,Img ,, ,,..,'Q 1 is gig-5 , g5Q4i -fa., fi . iv 5 ., Qu X i, 1 X, 1 7 , 1 5 I as I - 1 ,I ll k', mv xl! ,, ,, I , ' rl! , -am 4 1 r HH 'I 4 1' H l 'B is 5' X ' ty iii'-fa Mxvigliil. mv , l 1 f1?.la'5i,' ' l gf ,.,,,.-.- lx I K 1 -4 1 I' HQ- rx.1elF ul1'fa ' - - m A Q' '.,, . ' l 1 . N - 1' -. "X-R x . .,..,,. " i?n ,f -. . ---ra. I .1Em?' A fit UHUPPZ! am I, from Corel am free. "Happy art thou as if every day thou Why ca.n't they all be contented like me?"hadst picked up a horse shoe." ARTHUR PIERCE STEVVART, Ph.l3. EAST POIITT, GA. ,, Chi Phi Fraternity, Phi Gamma Literary Society, "Owl's" Social Club, Sigma Rho Social Club, D. ID. D. Social Club, Pan-Hellenic Council '12-'13, Vice-President Pan- Hellenic, '13, Athletic Editor Emory Campus, '13, Basketball Team, '11, Baseball Team, '11, '14, Football Team, i11, '12, '14, All Emory Football Team '12, '14. Someone has suggested that Dit's initials stand for nothing else but "A Perennial Senior." But Dit says he intends to graduate. Anyhow- Dit has been written up in so many books like this that it is hard to say anything that has not been said at least f . H has made himself so well-liked by the Ogcford people as well as the twice be ore e students that a number of them are secretly hoping he'll miss his dip. CARLOS JONES TYLER, Ph.B. SANDEHSVILLE, GA, Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, Member Ministerial Association, Member Y. M. C. A., Member Intercollegiate Prohibition Association. ' This future Bishop, after trying all the schools in his catalogue. decided on Emory. He has been with us only a short time but we have l13d'S1lfflClB1'lt time toulearn his splendid qualities. He is a man who is not easy to change from his convictions. We are indeed sorry that we have not had him with us longer for we have learned to love him. ,sodwuvl I' 45 JJ 1.3 f 'Wg lv Sir E 2. I K1-4 JL .4 3 'm I 'wfffffaf fa 5 f,l"f,'n-. -'x ,. i D. ,. fn M39 ' t " 1? 1 --1 .Aw .' . - , 1 1 - . . 4 . 5.4 y ., ap..-.1 M5 8 E , 2 f-13-1, . ' 17 V. 1. .... S xg ri. - mi.3!I1clufS!gff4,g, m 9 'W U S Q 5 -qi 1, if "f f 1. . .-'::-P- ef 9 . - , E 1 IX 1 Ag ", M t .3 K Q 11 .Q --.----H'"1n,,V,nr', ffl. L ..C alsf f ul. . 'Jean ,. A 1 - ' o 1 . i n -vu ' fi ' A' FY, 1 I ' 5 dflf A 'r' ' gh E 1 1 df ,- i uf 1 ', 1 ' .wb -. - f ' . " if 'lf ' if " Ti Q. :fi 1 " ' ' I . 1 , ,J-A , Je... E An, I , ga l I lk Ng if . fwfr ' 4 1-J, 5' -fx I ll , 1 3 2 le M 1 ul il 'A' Y 'fllf ' I ' l m 1 A ii vdlxwzs J' ' .4 'I 1 U-wx 'fl' LIL is Fil?-1" f" ggi. U ' fl- ' i ': K I 4 ' , I .7 ' iss' 1 I Za. .A-az:-4 jx ,QQ ,Y -,-,Wah E 03 ri,-pg.. -.. ft f.:,,7f- 'ezt - 6 ' Q P' Q . ' , jffhe. x Ore .9 v- ,ef f ..g-fr. fwfr: GC- J we . 3 X f . K g 2. X 2 ,f g . er as W W, , 7 I e ' f . A 7 4 Ye, x . V Qlgpwy 3 , X.si5.ieV 'Z-l faulfless body and ci blameless mind." "For 'tis the mind that makes the body rich." GEORGE NEAL THOMAS ' fX1NIEIlICUS, GA. - Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Few Literary Society, Few Respondent to Phi Gam- ma W'elcome Address, '15, Basketball Team, '13, '14, '15, '16, Captain Basketball Team, '14, Football Team, '13, '14, Relay Team, '14, "15, Track Team, '15, Special Gym., '13, '14-'15-'16. All Emory Gym, '13, '14, '15, Pugilistic Club, Educational Journal Club, Y. M. C. A., Pan-Hellenic Council, '15, '16, Secretary Pan-Hellenic, '16, Editor-in-Chief the Kinema, '15-'16. A body like a marble faun and a gentle disposition like nobody's but Neal's, this man is a model for posterity to imitate. We have to say all this because he is the "Chief" of this book. Otherwise, we would only say that some day we expect to see Neal the physical director of some Y. M. C. A., and that he is a man whom we are proud to number among our friends. He is another satellite of Covington society on Sundays at least. LAVVTON HENRY YVARE PINEVIEW GA. I Q Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Few Literary Society, Critic of Few, '15, Board of Di- rectors of Few, '16, Fall Term Debater, '14, Impromptu Debater, '15, Corresponding Secretary of Few, '15,.Y. M. C. A., Member Greater Emory Committee, '14-'15, Class Poet, '13-'14, Prophet of Class, '14-'15, '15-'16, Relay. Team, '13, '14, '15, Basketball Team, '16, Special Gym.Class, '15, Educational .Journal Club, Honor Roll, '12-'13 ,'13-'14, '14-'15, '15, Junior Commencement Speaker, '15, Business Manager the Ki- nema. 3 That man who seems to be forever pondering on some dark mystery into which the prying eyes of the common people may not look is the B. M. ot' this organ. NVe are supposed to tell the truth and if We were to We could onlv sav good tliinlegs of Eawt. He is a man with a business of his own to which he dey'otes'his entire atten- tion. He has met with marked success in the c-lass room as well as on the baseball diamond. 5 " ESI 9 '3' sive " 4: Q .Em XE-4 ! 1: Q X 1 Z X asa W fi 1 if..-,....sr1yul!llm . ' l. "" " . i", M' f- . i if. ef .:. . af., 5 , X q-gp 1 , 'tes Q 2 B Flick'-.-::. .. T - fi, 32-. E E 1?-L- .......-.T-...S.. L? ---- ' -' -.mf . u il.:- :-'-au" Q' 1 -' -se-1 I .-..,3a:-,L.l,,, 1 ' X .1 F , 5 7 I E ' 07,1 nh.. ,,:, X vi, 553,15 h X . .fi ' t nvv. 'M :Q w tw K , , A. N fy. .Q .-. ,,,"f" 'X Y - . I -f '- ' 1 ' ' 1 'vf-.......,f:' - . . ."- . . .-- '-'."'K .Il' i w - A af:?1ff'fX "f-are -.a-zgcgfa - , ,A - - ' -4 . . - ., . , . .u , 1- ,,. .1 5 , I A1511-f" - - 'H ., eff fi 0- . -e1., .:., -G 5, i f " M- zips -6 ' 5. ' ' i A ' J V ' 'lil I' ' 'JM Il ,, pl M . . ..l.....l, .. .... W. We - "' ,,, ' H gl - mc- llllll ullhn. ' -.1 . l+'ll1fi1"1' " J 14"!f.!isiiFiiL?Q'f -Qi 4.2 'af-H fr i. -.ers-4-fl :A-,,:, ' twiki, - , llk.,- - T51 .1 :iv -,nigh -F- I J, 'Q K 'F WZ, T J -F r ' I -by QL-.i-.l Q '-fefg m r ,C--..L-4. . V . A I Q - f'Thy modestyie cr candle to thy merit." "Silence is more golden than words." HOWELL L. WATKINS, A.B. BOSTON, GA. Sigma Nu Fraternityg Phi Gamma Literary Societyg Football Team, 'Mg Pan- Hellenic Council. Literary Editor of the Kinema, '15-,16. "Suds" is not a star in any line except making and holding friends and in that he is a past master. He is too retiring to thrust himself before blatantly, but prefers to merit their regard by the truest variety of real worth, that of being a friend. Dada I Whaley tried to lead his fellow townsman in his flaming path, but "Suds" chose rather the primrose path of pleasant ease. The mere mention of logic has been known to make him quake. , l RALPH EUGENE WHITE, Ph.B. DIXIE, GA. I Non-Fraternity: Few Literary Societyg Spring Term Debater, '15, Board of Di- rectors of Few, '15g Corresponding Secretary of Few, '16g Y. M. C. A.g Educational Journal Club, Class Historian, '15-,163 Honor Roll, '14-'15g Senior Commencement Speaker, '16, - From Dixie' a little village in the Wiregr'ass section of Georgia there came a man in the year 1912 who was destined to shoot profs and make friends by his retiring modesty His motto here has been ten in every class and he has averaged high along the leaders of his class Though he nexer kills the ladies to any great extent we underst home and that it is not modesty that causes it but on the other hand the lady back X its 0 llflbff if cm M, SV gg, fa- f S, in 5 iirif Y J! gk WM ef sugar A W 4"'n frf.,.e Lil ra, alla ' v v , ' I . L. N L' 7 , ,- du 4- . . Em NW, , 166, A .. l 5,31 45 if ,xg 5 .-- .wk ,.. ul. 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A 1 Y - 0:-4. fa.-1..f'-'-ef - ' V - .YV ' . , 1 . .f. :flu ws,-m3:!f- -f'-'."'-'fr- ,352 f -7'-:F 453.1-P '- 'ti' .46 - . .- ' E-E '11-w5" ' E v 1lmllllMUl'lllll!lllllCflGl -iwefml. . - i f X., ll i n aafafe-'-J'e . je, il "".-Lf,-g.-15,4 if ., "" ""'t--N Q- '-I "-.if ' "' M ""':"'r- -A. . ' ... """""' ' F ' K .,,,,,.r w ,,A-2,.- - f - ' .z 4 "-L' ' ' - 1 ' A' ' ' ' - r i , - 0 1 I l l "I dare do all that may become a man." JAMES HARGROVE WVILSON, Ph.I3. CAMILLA, GA. ' . Non-Fraternity, D. V. S. Senior Society, Y. M. C. A., Ministerial Association, Fresh-Soph Debate, '13 and '14, Champion Debate, '15, Impromptu Debate, '15, Al ternate, Intercollegiate Debate, '16,'Interco1legiate.Debate Council, '14-'15-'16, Critic of Few, '15, Chancellor of Few, '15, Vice-Presidenteof Few, '15, President of Few, '16 Chairman Bible Study Committee, '14-'15, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '14-'15-'16, Delegate to Y. M. C. A. Missionary League Conference at Cox College, '15, President Minis- terial Association, '15, Football Team, '14f-'15, Class Prophet, '12-'13, President of ' Class, '13, '14, '15, '16. - ' "Bish" 'ought to have been the model for a statue 'entitled "The man with his head in his hand." Your education is incomplete if "Bish" does not take your hand inf his at least once a day. He had to deliberate a long time before he was certain he would be able to put himself down among the class of which he is Dux. Finally Zeke. quit crying over him and since then "Bish's" only dream has been of diplomas. Some- times blue, sometimes pink, but always with E. K. Turner signed to them. ....,x if NIVL776. lst: Q, we " 2 En. kk' 'Y E Z 'B ?. ' Z w , l na 1 , 's l '-7' 3' N xx X A 4b""0lSrzms2W" as J M5 ,.. - U . ""' vit. ' R .L '- .,'.-51,5 . Q t gf-I .,.,.............,..5h:m ....,.g,.:'-17215 3 X x -5:1 ., .. " , QQ. its lflV'M5ffe.dl al- S 5 +G: .-.L - -.'Q-fir.-.ff - u 3 .fs-:-:-tif' W- i T.. 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I ' 1 - I l 1" 'U I' '-' U' 'iff - P vff v i 1 A X L - If My , i ,I , M 'P , p Llx f il ,K L- V 9 ' .U l If 'i " .ilf...1' 4---'mu il' 'fr-sf -P M " 1 Bi' uf- ,fi 'Q V - . ' . 4 r , x ,..g. Y , ,M T 35. - . -2-,. 2 A a K' 69, -2-1 f - 5 ' I ' Q T Q , . History of Junior Class N the third year of our march toward "Dip-dom" we pause for 21 retrospective glance at our achievements, our failures, and all the other forces which unite to make us what we are, or are not, today. K Yet we believe that when our account ,is balanced we will be found with a, preponderance of honor to our credit. A , ' Since the first day when the Class of '17 besieged the "King's Court,', sixty strong, our history has been marked by progressiveness and a distinct individuality. Many of our men have transferred their energies from the scenes of college life into other fields of action, and tho our ranks have suffered from this depletion, some of these places have been ably filled by recruits. In scholarship our banner has not trailed in the dust. Then, too, were we not the first toydiscover the remarkable capabilities of that famous "Jack" to ancient languages? ' A it ' s In athletics we have excelled, for even as Freshmen we won the Relay pennant and vanquished the mighty ,team of '15 in just enough games to enable the present Senior class to win the Baseball pennant. As Sophomores we were among the lead- ers in all branches of sport, and thisyear wevhave a footbaall and basketball pennant to our credit, with a bright outlook for the baseball season. Our class has also been represented every year on the track team and our aid has contributed substantially to Emory's work in that linej A l Weuhave not been found wanting-in our supply of 'Kshoot-,em-ups," good de- baters, athletes, and men in the other various college activities, although we have a proportionally small class. 1 t And when the last demand is made on us, and we too have passed on to that greater body known as.. alumni, we shall be remembered, and have the facultv refer to us as a "blue-ribbon"' class. ' i - W A P g .- 1 PERCY A. BRAY, Historian. "I UNIVEQS, E.: if iva"'Qe C W a' Q Q s. ,,... I 'FFF ' 's:- .""" Q4 1- ar' " a r ' E" -M .4 H .L. -. 5.-j.1, Q , 3 1.13: 2 gf- S S , 9 51.11111--.,.. ., , ,., . fs 11. . 5-L XE .5 -sf:-f1mxra's" 'r""'s" 31 if wff-'ll35f?i1i'7ilK W yux N ,F 'ii ls W B ' .,33:Pexf,,-'5'f.x1 '.i Wmggipm X . - al -If AM XX 4 N f 1 2 . - - A . -1. an . -- I an - 1. 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'Q 0 X 1 , f , f f .9 " . i ., i..:Q.f.43v f W ff A 'S ,Q 'f P , MAN. Pfwt BRAX. Histor nm ROGRR5- JUNIOR OFFICERS . A UNIVIHS A- Eff' . so 5 Q fi if if ll7lN!!i:5f-iii XS Sjiizn-bgQ""":'T""" 5" if a' -.- -'li-231-Iiil ax .UN " l k E:Ei! l' Xa 'F in 3 I1?v:1:.:::1., mx WWW .- :s?s',1:23349l- -T ' 1 ' f 9 ' . .... - .4. ML-'i ' f ' 11 - '7', 'w. - J, -A ' J A . - f .1 it .5 A A r A-2 All 1"f"'ff" A ' -' - N wt -" 1+ E' . . . f , .' N '- ' r ' 4 A A , jf, --2. 1:3 1 . we 'e-.MAI l v ' ' 'rA"' -.'A.1wi'a:i"igik""3? "1 E' E MHQ 3: FA - " 1 . ' ' " -'.5?fT14f- !f?5'5is':f'zt:?"'3'f-'fZ'..f?12i?:: " 'VY-2"" - J . 1 1. 'f " 'EY ENE' "" J I, f ' L- - fwffiff ik - "3 . . A L . 1-afJffpf34::g..,f1, .L .ijt ,151 -'A' ' ,' A --'- -'-1' . - FL?-+ ' 1 ' ' - ,,., . ' ' fx 5'4" !PTff:':,I1-9-f 4" fx ' J: FA-PM 'V' . Q ' un. , P - . , ' . MACON, GA. -FAIRBURN, GA. Entered College Fall 1913 313, Missionary League Conference at '15, Mission Study Committee, '-11L-'15- Cabinet, '15-'16, Judicial Committee, Prophet, '15-'16, Honor Roll, ,144'15, mencement Speaker, '16. 3 PERCY A. BRAY, A.B. N on woon, GA. Entered College Fall, 19141. Delta Tau Society-Y M C A M b I 9 Term Debate '15, Im Jro t tor, '16, Junior Res ond t 16, Relaf T rf QQUNIVEHS Q gs, Q slVi""a 4:15 m. x.. 5 K , :- diurnal lk L .I 3 We A "'- ' 5 eam, '15, Baseball Team, i15. ,WALLACE LEE BAZEMORE, Ph. B. Entered College Fall 1913 Pi Kappa Phi Fratenity, Pan-Hellenic Council Associate Editor Emory 1fVeekly, 1915, Member Y M. C. A., Baseball Team, '15, Relay Team, '15, GEORGE H. BOYD, A.B. Non-Fraternity, Few Literary Society, Y. M. C. A., Fresh-Soph Debater, '14, Fresh-Soph Debater, '15, Vice-President Few, '16, Board of Directors of Few, '16, Delegate to M. C. A. Conference at Athens College Park, Y. M. C. A. ,15-'16, Class Junior Com- Delta Fraternity, Phi Gamma Literary L ,.... , em er . 1. A., Historian of Class, '15-'16s Temperance Oration Medal, '15, Fall , 1 mp u Debate, '15, Assistant Treasurer of Phi Gamma, VVashington's Birthday Ora- p en at Senior Dismissal, Treas- urer of Phl Gafmmil, '15-'16, President of I. P. A.,-'15 S , ..- - ' 1 T 'M in 1"'I I 4 I ti fr A ft - - .f-fp im A.. 1, 9 , W EM . ..,:.,...t.-..m....-.IIWM S 5 Xi 8 Sify 4:-an-mi' -,mm Q1 if ' -.f U N S R. -in J ,X,dm..,..,c.mx ' X llnlwl-.lI:11:.l 1 F '3 M ,-4 ,I 1 1 In .A. .JA-if . x ' ' -t - l, L as L' .-" 'Y .1 s . ., - "--.. ..... N- A ' f- ' l I-vrmsw -il ml im IQ , . . 21, ,,., g.- - h.., . , .. I' xl,-I t 3' 1- ' L 'lhh , L J ' M .x uf N, s 1 1..,,. NIU. ,X it mf " f , '40 x W " ' T J Q ' P' f'f-,' 1 ' T . , H ,fs , ' .rv-fr.. - gtg PL X L R N x Q is-Wk , 4 m x JJ, 1, .,,q PV? C ,JQQF IF,-1,1-E J -. , I' my g, 5, 5 1 ggi fl: xl, rx,-Q! 1. 5, I I 4 I 1 Q m n ! 71 -.I 'l " ' '- -'Q-'5"i3. 'ww' . ' ,., . f- .1 1- F xv ' ' 1 I - 1.'-EJ.: .- ..' . . . , . ..-4. 61 - 1 ,. . ,. . . . .. ,, . . 1 1 . .1 'min at -- " -"lk -srfrryfrfx, if-5-:ua-Q.--..rs am.-:f:':-1114.2 Ria:---'44-e'w2f ef-116372 - rf S M 1 ' 4 '5 Eli A-in 1 Ev 1. 1. M, , Q., 5,44 A -,L, -V lllllhl- if 2 - me-'QM-L l1ff"1f"f' - H+.-22:11-aff:Hii1f!e?1Ta6Ri2S' dai-'ikf "- . s i ze-, i,'.,:V'- -I-f 44' --A 7,-: - -fe-' - Y ' Y--A' , .. ,.. .L A .. ' '. M, - , ,- .:,,::.- 'A ..f-- : I D ff It ' 6 ff'-'fx f 5 ' W ' 'Sk t "-f3aJ"'.'E'-': """"' 5-' ' I - L l ' twat-ef 1 flrtisf l .f,. ' - 7 ' . V' Q ' - ' Q ' PRESLEY VV. CHRISTIAN, Ph.B. NEWNAN, GA. Entered College Fall, 1913. .A1pha.Tau Omega Fraternity, Phi Gamma Literary Society, Football Team, '13-,141-'15, Manager Football Team, '14, All Emory Football Team, ,13-'144F'15. JAMES RUDOLPH CLEMENTS, B.S. EASTMAN, GA. - Entered College Fall, 1914. Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, Phi Gamma Literary Society. I . NELSON F. DICKEY, A.B. LOUISVILLE, KY. Entered College Fall, 1915. Sigma Nu Fraternity, "Owls', Social Clubg Foot- ball Team, ,155 Basketball Team, '16, All-Emory Bas- ketball Team, '16g Manager Baseball Team, '16, Base- ball Team, ,16g Relay Team, '16, umvf I:-S: -,Q 6 l77'k'ff " ul I X WA 5' A ' ,"f, 'Em - L. f A-Q . , ,,:.,,' E X, ,574 ,1 I EEN: ,..2.':?.r.7.k.-figflmigsgg E E xg SE 3 an ' I U 'f V V "Y .V l J L '-.,, ,,f".-ll :fa ami I -if . -iff , -,WE W1 . i--, 011315. 1" ,M .ffff -X A ' , , iv, i "HF 1, 7' ' ' 'M - 'Gr I 4 W 4 v L , ,,, , fi '14,-ja.: i .. .M . ..- -- i . H1 1' Q' -ff f .' i MWmdnm i M' 'Q W' ' ' ll - gl., ..-212 Leaf- B :':':L f-3'1" 1"" ' ' 9' ' , . 2 -1 ' "N'c'1-f--r,:"4i- "' ' 1 V - - 0 ' I 5 1 ' - EDWARD TARPLEY FLANDERS, Ph.B. MACON, GA. Entered College Fall, 1912. Re-entered Spring, 1914. Sigma Nu Fraternity, Sigma Upsilon Literary Fra- ternity, Y. M. C. A., Sigma Theta Social Club, Chi Sigma Chi Social Club, Sacred Order of Fish, Class Historian, '13, Basketball Team, '13, Special Gym., '13-'14, Football Team, '14-, Baseball Team, '15, Relay Team, '15, Toast Master Soph. Banquet, '15, Circu- lation Manager Emory Weelcly, '14-'15, State News and Alumni Editor Emory Weekly, '15-'16, Class, Poet, '15, Business Manager "Whompus," '16, Pan-Hellenic Coun- eil. J. COLIN ENGLISH, Ph.B. ALVA, FLA. Entered College, 1912. Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, Florida Club, Phi Gam- ma Literary Society, Y. M. C. A., Secretary and Treas- urer Class '12-'13, Class Poet, '13-'14, Fresh-Soph. De- bate, '13, Fall Term Debate, '14, Basketball Team, '13- '14-'15, Manager Basketball Team, '16, Football Team, '13-'14,-'15, All-Emory Football Team. '14-'15, Manager Football Team, '15, Special Gym., '13-'14'-'15, Secre- tary and ,Treasurer of Florida Ciub, President Florida Club, Pan-Hellenic Council, '15-'16, 'Welcome Address Phi Gamma, '16, Relay Team, '15, Member Central Board, '15-'16, Vice-President Student Body. FLORENCE M. GAINES, A.B. . HARTWELL, GA. Entered College Fall, 1914. 'Non-Fraternity, Few Literary Society, Mid Term Debate, '15, Fall Term Debate, '15, Impromptu Debate. '15, Chaplain Few Society, '15, Intercollegiate Debate Council, '15-'16, Vice-President, Y. M. C. A., Vice- President Ministerial Association, Vice-President I. P. A., Prohibition Oratorical Contest, '15, Delegate to Ga. Student's Conference, '15, Vice-President Few Society. ,155 SGC1'Ctary Ministerial Association, '16, Y. M. C. Historian, '16, Junior Commencement Speaker. '16, As- sociate Editor Emory Vlfeekly, '16, wwf '- im 0 "-'ff f ls.: 0 W 2 xx. gr sf W , 2 'G v f u I Q EL X L ,LA . R u A lift fl gl Dtrff- Rx H.-" "ij 4e- ff 4. ...E KA, QM, X I 9 aa M U ' " . F 'Wi ig? i all M E las?- ??:fl' " 5 -- "" ' "ma I Q 1 - Q HALSEY SIMS GARLAND, .X.B. GRIFL'IN, GA. Entered College Fall 1913. Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Phi Gamma Literary So- ciety, "Owls" Social Club, Pan-Hellenic Council, '15- '16, Beta Omicron Phi Social Club, Orchestra, '13-'14f, 7 Fresh-Soph. Debate, 14, Freshman Speaker, '14, Hon- or Roll, '14+-'15, Censor Morum Phi Gamma, '15, Sec- retary Phi Gamma, '16 , Mid-Term Debate, '14, Soph.- Freshman Debater, '15, Sophomore Speaker, '15, Soph- omore Declamation Medal, '15, Impromptu Debate, '15, Secretary and Treasurer Junior Class, Junior Com- mencement Speaker, '16, Alpha Epsilon Upsilon Hon- orary Society, Relay Team, '15 , Track Team, 's15. C PAUL H. HODGE, Ph.B. ELco, GA. Entered College Fall 1912. Sigma Nu Fraternity, Few Literary Society, Membel and Vice-Bresident, Gordon Club, Y. M. C. A. FOUNT R. LANE. ROANOKE, ALA. Entered College Fall 1913. Alpha Tau Omega. Fraternity, Phi Gannna Literary Society, "Owl's" Social Club, Chi Sigma Chi Social Club, Dux of Class, '14,-'15, Baseball Team, '14-'15-'16, Man- ager Baseball Team, 144, Captain, '15, All-Emory Base- ball Team, '14f-'15, Member Athletic Committee, '1fL-'15- '15-'16, Football Team, '14-'15, Basketball Team, '14-'15- 7 Manager Basketball Team, 15, Alabama Club. UNIV! - '84 "1 - .. o 1 -1 . r EE' fe T? 'El --f .... 5 X2 54 52' 225 "2- ,,,,,,,, i:s.-,:.g,i,a , S gippail ?E mb ' H W ,X -'A ., 1 -. ." - ill .9 Ex ..,- ig-... flwl fist I' a , , . . , I ...,,,1,,,,. M., , - ,, f . .. --.-...,.,-us-...-0-,.?, 'v-- 1,, wr . ' 'I A H. ,mtg X1 r ,Sink 1, fy? 11 X 'aff' 1- mir . I r A 1, E 43,4 I , H , '- 4 1.1 l '-C: '1lI I: Q in gg V' I ' Q Ir I 1 V51 Miva 4-"' ll' 'jf --Im 1' 1 1 W 4- .A 1' sl ' I 'flisafd f-Q-'H-,.'a.+'-wi! o',1i1?E1fe' "' '11 - i-ly 1" N "' I' -"1 ,miiwmx gm 1 ,,gg:gzi2.:.1Q,f51 lllzggigg Q M- l ,- .Free X jgiy-gil l , 217'-1:12 if 'Q-f-A 9- I -1 . --fkiL:42,,1,--- 3 P Q . , . 5 . V . JOSEPH W. LEE, AE. LONE OAK, GA. Entered College Spring 1911- 1 Re-entered Fall 1914. Relay Team, '12-'15-'16, Field Day, '12-'15s TTU-Ck Team, '15, Few Literary Society, Special CCHSOI' of Few, '15, ,Member Y. M. C. A., Member Ministerial As- sociation. S DOO WHA LIM, Pli.B. PING YANG, KOREA. Entered ,College Fall 1914. I Few Literary Society, Non-Fraternity, Y. M. C. A., VVelcome Address Few Anniversary, Member Minis- terial Association, Financial' Committee Y. M. C. A., Vice-President Few, '15-'16, Censor Morum Few, '15- '16, Leader of Mission Study Class, '14-'15, Soph.- Freshman Debater, '14-'15, Soph. Commencement Speaker, '15, Leader of Bible and Mission Study Class- es, 15-'16, Delegate to Y. M. C. A. Convention, Ox- ford, '14, Delegate to Georgia Students' Missionary Convention, LaGrange, '14, Speaker at same Conven- tion, Delegate to Georgia 'Students' Missionary and Y. M. C. A. Convention, Cox College, '15, Delegate to X M. C. A. Summer Conference at Blue Ridge, N. C., '15, Member and Vice-President Reinhardt Social Club, Football Team, '15.' I VVARREN THOMAS LOFTIS, B.S. ATLAIWTA, GA. Entered College ,Fall 1914. ' Sigma Alpha ,Epsilon Fraternity, Y. M. C. A., Phi Gamma Literary Society, Baseball Team, '15, Relay Team, '15, Basketball Team, '15-'16, Captain and Man- ager Basketball Team, '15, All-Emory Basketball Team, '15, Honor Roll, '14-'15, Pasco Physics Medal, '15, Sophomo1'e Commecement Speaker, Impromptu De- bater, '15, YQ MLC. A. Cabinet, '16, Assistant Busi- ness Manager Emory Campus, '15-'16, Delegate Y. M. C. A. Conference, '15. 0, i Lf ' NX'- :I farm XR' is Q E -,-- 5: , fx -'7 'Pm -- - "--. ....,.... W' 2-, .' 'fi I is 0f.T....wr :limb rg gg, HM mama... ffl- W. ' 1 ' 1. '- g.e'P-ffxzw --.-'-Q mm-. , .., , , , W . " , . . " , +,f.x..-5. g:,...j!:5 m 1 G 1 J, V i- .W 1, I 1 ,,,,g..g,-,, 3Q?EgfL JK, 1. J 1 all to ' 'A 'fi H ft A Ht Y MW' ff 7. 'bmw M. .1 . , . 1 .fr it Ill' F W jk Q:-,Q x'f5j7,3-A J, N --f -I---...L x :L-T, any-:-1.5- .....,' " 'lk'11', ' '1 l ll"':"' . :.if1,-ig 1 , . l -n I ,gg Q "LTL,-m n " .Ah-N -J -3 .K ..q,g','-- L-i?T Vx At. 3 f H V, Q .-' . . THOMAS NEWTON MORGAN, JR., Ph.B. ASHBURN, GA. 1 Entered College Fall, 1913. A Sigma Upsilon Literary Fraternity, Y. M. C. A., Few Literary Society, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, I. P. A., Vice-President Few, Poet of Class, '15-'16, Delegate to G. S. M. L. and Y. M. C. A. Conference, Spring Term Debate, '16, Relay Team, '15, Junior Commence- ment Speaker, Education Club, Few Respondent to ,V Welcome Address, '16. , J. P. MCNATT, A.B. f LYONS, GA. Entered College Fall 1913. , ' . Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Phi Gamma Literary So- ciety, Member Publication Committee, '14-'15, Special Gym., '14-'15, Spring Term Debater, '16, Assistant Business Manager, Emory Weekly, '15-'16, Official Bas- ketball Scorer, '15-'16, Relay Team, '14-'15, Baseball , Team, '15, Y. M. C. A. 5 A. W. MURRAY, A.B. Bnorrwoon, GA. Entered College Fall 1913. Non-Fraternity, Few Literary Society, Vice-Presi- dent Few, '16, Recording Secretary and Historian Few, '16, Mid Term Debater, '16, Special Gym., '14-'15, Re- . lay Team, '15, Y. M. C. A., Football Team, '15, Pub- lication Committee, '15-'16, Junior Commencement Speaker. A .A ,,9'3"'N'v5fL'f,s ,.- ,, Eb W, fy W CY - 6 'l' XX: gf, S Q 3:5 -. Elf. ali1vS X xl ll'-Q x "" I X K? .J aw- W A f' .. v"" 'ww' 1 f N ly. li il- xii? x KZ, Q f l E X X E-'A ' xg 1 t.................. E . . , -..?...,T::.- g f i -11?--7 -v y ,,, fb. ui? U 5. , - at HF-'E TM . .. ,. l - -5, ,,,, t,,1'.,- V' - '- - - f 4- U Z W: ' V V Q I .'-.mr l.x,,,. ,I , 'wf,',... . ,IH -f-aj-: .1,nl,g, . P . 'fp' , . im J.:-'. 4""'?1' i K " :yi 4: 'rg A ' ga ng ' it ' .fi ?" .. ,iS f'fxSS'ff. - -u 0 :4-"". : . - . 'I 6 ,. F 9 .fn I m ut. 4-5 , fn 1 .ffl f 1 rf, se as .m a it 4 email. r f i J ""' 'wi' -1' . - 3132, 355 ' " L , I Yflilllntim fpi V 1 l"',"' "'-: f "QA 'G 'f in' : 1 was-- 2:.,K. g-Figflgll i -j.-,-?. Si-tb.-35-3-eh.: . . ,Q - At,-Liz. I A G ' 'W ' , Q Q W I, y W. E. PAFFORD, Ph.B. M1LL'rowN, GA. Entered C01lege Fall 1914. Non-Fraternity, Member Ministerial Association, Member Y. M. C. A., Member Few Literary Society, Censor Morum of Few, '15, Vice-President Few, '15, Member Publication Committee, '15-'16, Football Team, '15, Mid-Term Debate, '16. I PAUL H. PONDER. RUTLEDGE, GA. Entered College Fall 1913. Sigma Nu Fraternity, Phi Gamma Literary Society, Baseball Team, '14-'15, Track Team, '14-'15, Intercol- legiate Track Team, '15, Captain Track Team, '15. LEONARD P. ROGERS, B.S. 6 WARRENTON, GA. Entered ,College Fall 1913. Sigma Nu Fraternity, Phi Gamma Literary Society, "Owl's" Social Club, Chi Sigma Chi Social Club, Fresh- man Commencement Speaker, '14, Sophomore Com- mencement Speaker, '15, President Class, '14-'15, Chap- lain Class, '15-'16, Sophomore Banquet Speaker, Base- ball Team, '141-'1'5, All-Emory Baseball, '14, Track Team, '14, Interc0llegiate'Track Team, '15, Pz1n-Hel- Ienic Council. W4 UNIVUB. E.: Q9 Y-. iliilnilz B, gn, . ,1"',NM-A-Rx'-. V , 1' , 'x . .V lp, .1 It , xx . ' fe 1 -Sf to 'f A.-,ii : g .134 ' 44- ....... .......k.fm,... 5 G ,Q 5 151511.-,,.. ,, "5" lIlVlM!i:5f-5'f4 D SL XE I gig,"--' , 4:-1...-F?L...,... W- in if df w, 'S if U N gf 4.- -if' f ,,5.:4g,:,..,, K I ,.-I-':i:2:13.l Ng F mi Z , Q 7- 1 I ,.' :':'.,:w:.. , - -4--h 9- ill - ev . -N 1, ,M N ,J NS r ' V -1. U 1 .,., . -""'-- .,.,,,w' EL ' Y! ll 5 '15, Tennessee Club. - " !"""'79 3l ' ', ' , ' 1- --"y ' 'f'1 ' V, A 1 gu i- . 1' . 219 ' X' to "ft , 1 " A W f 'ff Wifflwaff-Q ilfiilflllrl . fm ff a YN .4 ' Uv- ,fm , fi' .rf' f i 3.i ' . f. "" Tw 'T-f in 'Wi' A ' ' . iff, arm. , ... , -r 'A .- . - , . aglxgr, -. xx lf"-b'5-, .:'g '-W. -V g pg l 'f1151:.'P'g,,, 1. 215 -L: ef- l 11 02-g, ,g-,,,,:, L I ' ,' 1 , ' Al 1. your ' "sag fic. ' yi, Q 1. ' , ,. 'g in J , "'l 2, Q -'F if ,. , ,. V' I 1 . ' " 'f -.,.-'Q-N-X l s -V ' 'I ' -1. I 1: zz: Q ' ' : ll, .ik Ill! Am' J H 4 W EB- .,:,-.,g..':A1 XI: Al.. i : ,,-Uri-Pk tx .v.:h..'::L,--XM QE lvl nv 4 y-I A A I. I- XF as lhi.:'.' 34 1 W J A hm, , -.. xl.- .4 -, 1- - 4 -f-mlv.-.:.,ff--.-f--alle-.':qg'E,p215 3,1155 "F li- it' M Q IS-1 Li,S?Xvf- If 1 -g.. 'X-" -::- ""'...,--' ' ?"-Ti' " ""' - -- - 2 ... - " ' - , '- 1+-2 1- sua' f-J " 5 C.. jg 04 ., :.,:,,. le..-:z 'H 1--aa n: .-,-I v.-'A:,..- ,.,-he - - .L :.. f lI i n -- N A , . - - 4---- 4-.- .1 ff? ,ga-'S ,..,- A ' . 9 J - ' V l H. RUFUS ROSE, A.B. COVINGTON, TENN. Entered College Fall 1915. Member Few Literary Society, Member of and Presi- dent of Ministerial Association, Junior Football Team, JUDSON B. SHAVV, A.B. MADISON, GA. - Entered College Fall' 1913. Chi -Phi Fraternity, Phi Gamma Literary Society, Beta Omicron Phi Social Club, ChipSigma Chi Social Club, Freshman Commencement Speaker, Sophomore Commencement Speaker, Fall-Term Debate, '15, Spring- Term Debater, '16, Relay Team, '14f-'15, Baseball Team, '15, Basketball Team, '14-'15, All-Emory Basketball, '15, Captain Basketball Team, '15, Football Team,.'13- '14-'15, Captain Football Team, '14, All-Emory Foot- ball Team, '15, Junior Commencement Speaker. A.. Q THOMAS COOK SMITH, BS. DUBLIN, GA. 'Entered College Fall, 1913. Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Phi Gamma Literary Society, Mid-Term Debater, Junior Commencement' Speaker, "Owl's" Social Club, Beta Omicron Phi So- cial Club, Emory Orchestra, '14, Football Team,,'1fL-'15, , Relay Team, '15, UNIVEgs," 0 P Et: my j 'W e 'K' 'CU' XS! 5 f 3 3-5-V m.A 'ff Q as S J A ,fr ""4m...s its ,... W I' 153 . 44 , ,, - -1- sy sf 'sw f , " , ,Q - 1, v,-gl.. ff W 1, " 3 2- -rz, .. '7' . . 12 ,..:,......m.b..fmx ifggpvg-,3 S 'SL Xi , ga-,Y ,-I 'fr ai3l1zau1,.,,,,,-,,,.,,., W Q E ,. 4 xg .., gg if if ' 1' 3 , UN ,fl-321:23 i 5, -Q. 'ID -13? 7,-A, ., mi ',- 737' ifbifgi , x ' X xg ' j a f., H f N 1 t .- . - .I A. S5 56 A Tf-...M V L""- A -'fi . . . 31 A N aa We AA-sfzif- "f' ' ' ff- ff aa.. 1 A .. 1 ' i!iQ " i'W ze,-A-,G egg? -MH ':--.,-:ff-g'v- '1 . '-Am' U.. . I :'1 , . -1- . - ., . , . ,H - . l.g1z:5gwD5'g,' ,eii!ZS,'1.' ' 'SWE' ,, .Xi lffljitf . ' "Hr -A-Q---gi Jas. .f fi , "" ,- '- ,sq 3' " , .- . ' V V . , ' 'V - J, , " ,, ,' ,' , .1 - 1 - ' 09 1' 'fu-.1 -4, .f, ' , if S 'Z gig .. 4 ' . W- '- if "FY 4 , "i . my E ' 'J 1 f - .fwa.f.f- T 1. fs W T.. - ' - '- ,T .. - , , Jw., - v .w we-:. .v A A, , . Q A 1' L..-", -, - ag 4,515 - , 4' fs.:-f--.ew 11- ,, 1 .- -f. .Q-,vein ..n,,,.N4tk . K - I - A l , , I , " I 4' 74, 3 HAS" ,li 7, X A KJV " JH ffwl " 'Q 'E rv , 1 1:4 i K i ' Ll J fi l x 1 l 1 Q ' I '-Z' f l K' -A-',,. ik 1 -:Q x 21 -'-1 Sa A 1 f N .AQ X li- A I S A I ST. PETEnsBU1:G,'FLA. Entered College Fall 1915. - ATLANTA, GA. Entered College Fall 1913. Atlanta Clubg Baseball Team, '14-'15, COVINGTON, GA. Entered College Spring 1914. Wireless Club. ff' KQUHIVEQS, ZZ 3' xg 'le QW is X14 sf 5 S ! 9 iifff 1' X 4P'2"0ISrzmsW"x' -Nia ME 2 R. GLENN SUMMER, A.B. Phi Gamma Literary Societyg Non-Fraternity ALFRED C. TURNER, Ju., B.S Sigma Nu Fraternityg Phi Gamma Literary SOClCtX , CHARLES H. WILLIAMS, B.S. Sigma Nu Fraternityg Phi Gamma Literarv Socletv Q- M- Nx- A . ,f" "'- - . fl .' 1 14" -- lg- 1 A ,.' l W 6- - .- ., g E ' L X2 B 52211511-A-:Y . ,, ff an rr lllV ,N 1'iI3f.1Y'. 5 7 S g 'ia-3.94 "P"'----75T:i-fm-- ,Q h 1- f f 9 W S K. : aEu: A ' "5 'iff I -aaafbzsszfvfk ' .-' 51:5-2255, . 5.!... -Q li ll' 1 f f N. - my -7 w - ll L N is .Q g '-.5-ha ml,,,,.. . .- ij 1- P 1 , , j e i L v eeeeeg K W,.. zu ,lil Ju ,X li. .. - 14.1 . ,- -' . ' af1-fav , ' W--A Af V .. 4, " ,. '- H' -' 1 A N if tlrw bw X 1 my I N' 44, Q f "v1:F'fQ:5l'iD'f'::.n in .Wiki 'LL 74-4 Mh,y3ik,, ,Z . as-Q , s r K ,f , , ,f . . 2 ' 4 , . X , M x 0 ,gp v , ... ,Ll 4 . cz., 1, ,, fx ff ,f , 1, 6 A I H - Mm wi M va aff f f fr' JA f s t RT H .. .,sw.ra sg l ,x.5,g333:,, I ,Kg Q ,pf 3 if, I h Mm an I ,X 1 l1'l ,nts 11' cqxk'w. 4 . A 1 s 2, 1 1 A 1 wi 4,3 111 :1-lfftrff'-s1fDf?1?42. 5 I Q: ,t awk as. X f-' ' sa 4' X li J. PAUL XVYARXVICK, Ph.B. ALBANY, GA. Entered College Spring, 1916. Phi Delta Theta Eraternity, Phi Gamma Literary Society, Basketball Team, '16, Baseball Team, '16, HOVVARD VINCENT WVEEMS, A.B. ROME, GA. Entered College Fall 1913. ' Chi Phi Fraternity, Phi Gamma Literary Society, Y. M. C. A., Editor Emory Hand Book, '16, Athletic Ed- nitor Emory Weekly, '15-'16, Assistant Business Man- ager Emory Phoenix, '16, Secretary Phi Gamma, '15, Censor Morum Phi Gamma, '16, Mid-Term Debater, '15, Freshman-Sophomore Debate, '15, Intercollegiate Debate Council, Phi Gamma Anniversarian, Historian of Phi Gamma, Junior Commencement Speaker, Poe's Birthday Essayist, Sophomore Class Historian, Honor Roll, '14-'15, Relay Team,"141-'15, Baseball' Team, '14- '15, Basketball Team, '14,-'15-'16, Captain Basketball Team, '14, Football Team, '15, Assistant Manager Track Team. f' uulvfgs n""""'5,i. ' . ' ,.""' ff 1."'gn.. E131 Aa f .i.- 'f f - v- --.-. E ,- 5.1-Z :iii is Ulsrmsvt M YA, H - ,AQ L L- if W --.. ..... , -Q1-g T W-ff ' l i iwgfi' fl gif? 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Envy For every joy that stirs her heart, For all the songs that tune her soul, And every breeze that tells it's tale Soft and light-burthened from the vale, I hold a love-sworn rivalry. The richness of each Autumn nightg The wealth of day's last coloringg P The fragrance of the wind-blown rose That in her path a blessing strews, Pay court,f as I,'in rivalry., Yet these soft arts of nature tell A fuller meaning to my soul. They whisper counsel in their sigh, And teach their ways to me, that I May conquer in this rivalry. THOMAS N. MORGAN, JR. . v"'r NIVE '-- ., -."'qd HS!! I ' 19 nwvfx I: 1f"1l'w J., X24 ,XZ Em' we sr Xe B : Bw . U g .1 My xl al. M lf-Q3 .........,...-.,-- I ' sf mp g- - ,9jf?r5"- "1"il'Q, ,, 'vii-jfj,".' 'pg' lxvsll-fn, N5:?,.j'- ' "1,f'r- l?!iqfu'f'f'?-23" ' ' fi. .l ' V 'p x ' . 'Pj f I A z1g,..,.i,3 a '. 'x?5. .7 - 7:45 , .1 ,I xx, .4 tg? . 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"Ji ' '1""1 +'1"2-2'v-'Q-.Ib lr? , . . . .. s+.ffLuzf'fv:-fi-' swsiliftfl . -4-A 1 1i1i'1..:..-:W -W 1 it ' ii X ll 4' Y X 1 . .C-..-,. . 3:1F:',A.,M63i,W2EA'M.,., Qf.,,.3gy,3,,,,5.f- :av if - -.....- 2 I-. bbw-J: -.. . , - Q 4' -' , 5,3 sly' " 1 , ' Q - - ....,-' - ' ,. - L- , '-'feta-,f,,W-.iQE,.,':L I in 1-.1 qdqfz-ff ..,f- 1 3 1 Q., x 4-Y , K 9 Q P' Q ' . . History of the Sophomore Class T HOSE who know us best as a class need no record of our Past achieve' ments by which to judge us. But for the benefit of our gantle readers of this page, who know us only by what WC have to Say Q' of ourselves, we will endeavor to write an alU1J0bi0g1'aPhY of our S firstltwo years in college. W'e promise not to bestow h01101'S 1300 freely upon our own heads. V . In the fall of 1914, we entered college and ever since that time weve been making history of which we are today proud. u S We won our first victory last year, when we bluffed the Sophomores out of having the usual event, handed down tous by our p1'6d6C6SS01'S, 'k1'10WI1 35 the "relay scrapf' And thus being made to feelthat we were feared and were really somebody, we started off on the jump with a spirit and enthusiasm that has lasted to this good day, and will last until June, 1918. ' The primary reason a man comes to college isto study and learn something. In this phase of college life, classroom work, we have always stood at the top. having as few or less "Hunk outsl' and as many or more "shoot-'emlupsu as usual. The majority of our men, however, have reached a happy medium of getting up their work in good form-not exactly sharks-and doing some other things such as tak- ing part in athletics, debating, and writing for the school publications, all of which go to make up a college -man. S ' ' N ' U T In athletics, although we haven't won on all occasions, we have always stood at the top, and our teams have been feared by our opponents. In the basketball season just finished we came out second, givingthe Juniors nolittle .scare in the last game when they ,took the pennant away from us, we beingf defeated by the gigantic and overwhelming score of .fifteen to thirteen4two points, one whole goal. Next year we predict that the tables will turn in -our favor. Among our ranks we have seven "ED men who have not only worked hard and faithfully for their classes but some of whom scored, last year at the track meet held against the University of Georgia, Tech and Mercer. Also lastiyear a' Freshman was awarded the Athletic Medal as the best athlete in school. S 4 P It remains to be seein what we will do in baseball, butlit now looks and not withoutjground or reason that we ,will take the "rag," e . ' Our men this 'year and last have furnished no small amount, of the material used by our college publications, and in the literary socint' S h 4 ' p . e ies op omores are always seen to play a leading role. ' g We hate to bras, but We h0116SlD1y believe-that the Sophomore class is the verv best in school, and that the old "Class of 1918,' spirit is bound to win i V I W. E. SMITH, Histor-iafn. ! 'fi-W 'comma c :Six gi 50 via E .Ga-. ,I ll vlsrzmstw lim S fi, . .- 'lL,,,,.,-...Xx -. "' I ! T ,-' W . ii .lm i ' .. A - S s' B! 4 E ,ge I 1 Ez' xl. ...y.........M...2:' .... -151-.g 5 S , - 8 agfljgzl-.,.:. I . , .1 sian ff, ,. 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'Ffa lg? .142 I . 53 .68 A ,A 5. 7. ,il , I.. 'Jw' K in E- - .1.- ,- I 5,5 w-I a ff! 'lg- if--9.1-"1' - 4- :A-6-f I --- Q f A Y 4 in V r . ' 9 S Roll of Sophomore Class W. S. ALLEN. . F. C. BOLAND. . VV. S. BUSH ..... R. M. BURR. . . W. E. BOSTWICK. D. BROWN . . . C. T. BACON. . F. L. BIVINGS . . G. W. COBB .... B. M. CRITTENDEN J. EASON CROSS. . W. M. CLEMENTS . W. T. CARLISLE . . A. C. DAIILING, JR. W. J. DIC-KEY . . R. E. DOROUGH1 . H. R. DEJARNE'1'rE A. E. FULLER . . . R. L. FAIN. . . VV. H. GILES. . S. E. HORNE. . R. HUOKABEE . . . L. P. HUSBANDS. XV. H. HADIII.TON. C. P. HARRIS . . . J. J. INGRAM, JR. . LaGrange . Oxford . . . . Gray . .Decatur, Ala. . Arlington . Atlanta . . Maysville . . . . Jakin Memphis, Tenn. . . . . . Shellman . . A Springfield . Eastman .' Gainesville Andalusia, Ala. . . Beachton . . Quitman . Eatonton . ." Shiloh . Smithville . . Oxford . . Fitzgerald . . Ashburn . . . Moultrie . Paris, Tenn. .- . . Elberton Opelika, Ala. Q4 umvg BRAIIWELL KERR W. T. KNIGIIT, JR. . . J. C. KII.GOq. . E. S. LASSETER . AJ. G. IIESTER, JR.. . J. W. LOGAN . . MILESEMALONEA . T. B. MOUNT .g . IJ. A. PARSONS. L. L. . PADGETT . J. E. POPE. . . VV. M. PEARSONS J. RAST-. . ., J. B.gRAGSDALE ' C. ..N. ROBESON . H. H. ROOE . ,. C. RAY. .. E. A H. SANDERS . VV. SHIELDS . . VV. C. STEPHENSON . VV. E. SBIITH . . R. C. TARPLEY. Z. C. TARPLEY . . T. F. WALLER J. WALKER. C. F. VVYNN. Ei ds Rwfro g W fy ISS Q gf a 4 W Q yr ' "'im'f-mm Wg 4' 9' WR N I ' .2-ff" -. ' . D, I LE cl." R 0-dun x-- -. Q .5 ef X2 f,:A.""' A : B if1QEl1Z".,.- . 45 17" il' XR E li .1-f ,f 'Us .f 'E 'E .. .ii gp ' - V " . Savannah .' . . Savannah Charlotte, N. C. . . . . Vienna . Covington . Co ,ngton . Cuthbert . . . Pavo . Hawkinsville . . Oxford . . Glenwood . . . Donaldsonville . Louisville . . Oxford . La Grange .' . . Oxford . . Lumber City . . Tennille . Covington . Covington '. Dublin Fairburn Fairburn . Oxford . . . Quitman McKenzie, Tenn. lli 1,4 21? 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O woeful, weird, and wayward wind, Across your broad expanse Stir up the elementsethat lend The storm hue to enhance, l And I, observing natu1'e's power To thrill this breathing clod, Shall feel in this intensive hour The potency of God. r By R.J.B. ff" Q1 UNIVEQJ '-.S Et: do ""ZZ"r4'+ xx. 'Em' pv I 9- f W Q. 1S Wggrf if I , fi K S 40171-Svzviswws' fn! XM F i ,,..-..4.g-5 - . .f"' , . , . . J ll. , I fn- E' L pf .- nf . . 1f"'i'H A , ' -. g ef Q, Liga' xi: ,.,5.-, ....- N .,M.9Z5rk1Vfq,:siLgzg S QL xg B ajwgggz- 1 ,X A 1 fm we-f,1:j , g EE ' ff.,-.-' -J: ,,.,1:,7- - , .QE if if .J W U E S T"""' 5' -ff? 3 f ' VE ., U5 V, ,H K , , , . D. i . L -Q. L' N lv 2 I ,V ' -"'-- ..,. , mm' . as - 4 .J. A7 B f I, ,. .V :...--c. '- V -M . 3- W -, --. ,.. ,- XQg,,,.-fff glvw W-- --fggg'-3 - f Q' A, . x b . '13 - . . ' - ,,.--qi.-sw H'---v-' ":-HiJ,"- ' - , - xg w-r---- - . --1 param ' ' ' H W K K, bg up ' ik X, -7'.- I, bv vqfxxi' W? k u x--+ ' I-tj I. 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' - .-z-.an-. .1-1 w v .:unf-- ' ' Nr' WM- '-'-ig--I" ' ' '-:T .if I - .'...hll'a Aix. -I: ' Af 75, ' -'y,1v, 9 5+-I,-'.:,,v . . , . ' Jr, I :I A 76, ' 5 ,. F P If J sm- -Iii' fllfl I- .,,L.,..,, .. M ' 2 ' li I F ' i i r if 'Q --:wifi "-2' " r Af! Exif ' -A- - I J 'A l -,fly cllllgfli fihvisr xafiff--my 491 '--' ., in H 1' gmac- . 22153, 'A a tN:T""' 5T-.f-.:'iE'-': -'P ff' A.-LJ '1 - "faf""-:"i,3. ' T F ' - ' , 1 ' . ' History of the Pre-Medical Class 'O write the history of the Pre-Medical Class. of Emory University is no small task, for our history is more of a prophetic than of a h1S' - torical nature. . Q' When the idea of a new Emory was instilled in the hearts and K . brains of thegreat men of our church, there were visions of a great University, a great college of Liberal Arts, a great Law school and last but not least, a vision of the South's greatest medical college. These men, with a farrseeing vision, incorporated the Atlanta Medical College. This school has for a long time been noted, throughout Georgia and the Southern States. Thus we have as good clinical advantages as any school in the South. I To make this college even greater, a higher curriculum was adopted and the Pre-Medical department was moved to Oxford. y A VVe have made a .good beginning, although our number is not very large, but what we lack in numbers is more than offset by our class spirit. VVe were not allowed to get out independent teams in athletics but some of our men wrought well on the gridiron and basketballtcourt for the Freshmen. From the past records of some of our members, 'we believe that Old Emory will find some stars both in basketball and track, duringthe coming springg l Our existence has not been altogether at dream during this. year' for we have been delving 'mongst the wonders of life in Zoo., learning to distinguish between H20 and H:SO+g striving to get the right French accent, discovering that two men named Boyle and Charles once lived and thrived, and also learning the law of fall- ing bodies. . g Y g o ' C We, the first Pre-Medicgal class believeiwith Voltaire that "Nothing is more estimable thania physician who, havingstudied nature from his youth, knows the properties of thelhuman body, the diseaseswhich assail it, the remedies which will beneiiit it. ,exercises his art with caution, and pays equal attention to the I-icll and poor. ' y I W VALTERC P. STEVENS, Historian. nf' QUJNIYEQS :tl QQ 9 W, "6 fy KS! sr S Q B if asaaa .snt li M. ,......,x . , -.5 g , -q 5-Q 4-fl I,-.U X ' E film Q. 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X f I ,A 1' ,' : ' K - r X - 0 - l The Mocking Bird's Song to the Rising Sun MIGHTY resplendent orb, with the warmth of the "God-benevo- f lence in thy radiance, and the observation of countless centuries wi in thy experience, to thee I lift my song of varied melodies. f Lo, thou hast awakened the hills from their slumber, and decked them with their day dress of verdue, and over the distant up-lands thou hast thrown a mantle of delicate gray. O, quickener of the green life, O, beloved restorer of the inexpressible glory of day, my heart is attuned to thy exultant optimism, and in the bursting of silent buds I am aware of thy rejoicing. O, divine magnificence, O, inestimable revelation of the supreme life,,O, skillful artist and sublime flour- isher of untold beautyg to thee I sing, I sing. ' ff" "-. QQUNIVUU Epi 'Q , we iw "' 4,95 ,tm RQ ty Q 2 Y E 0157191519 -N! ,Hi lm ' 1" I Lx "w.'r'-1 M' r- ' ""' 1 Q" . Wf - E . 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But we must realize that now isthe time to make good, to bring forth the fruits of work done in bygone days, and to exert every effort to carry with us the unselfish spirit which we have created. A As Freshmen, of course we took amodest, but full interest in all of the various school activities, making a record for ourselves in the class room. Two out of the five who, when their reports went home the first time, made an entire average of A, were Freshmen. Our record on the gridiron shows that we were not lacking in this phase of college life, and will long be remembered and talked of with awe as men come and go before us. Thoughiwe did not win the pennant, our team, and especially our five men who wear "E,s" are worthy of being commended. y VVe well remember that sumptuous banquet which was -spread for us in the Fall, and the result-of the much class-'spirit whichlit created amongst us. And this feeling of class spirit has increased since and been carried by members of the class into every activity into which they entered. . Our basketball season was not crowneduwithany special success, but we de- veloped a team well worth while., as one of our men was picked for 'cAll Emory Forward." ' ' ' From the present outlook our baseball team and track men are going to shine forth and do us honor. V 'As our record has been-as a unit-so may it continue. and those who follow after ns will look with admiration on the achievements of the Class of 1919. W. A. SUTTLES, Historian. QQUNIVI ill 'Q ay WZ I WH in W if WIN Ex N15 J Qbvvls-rm5:.69' i X M! . ,li ly-A-.bb '- fn," I' .E -l,..,. ii m ' .1 '- . :" . XE E .---4 ip? Q1 N-.1242 S N X12 2 15117:-. - . "" kiln ' '!f?-.'.1'j,, 1 - ' X -'5,31"-'I 4 ' ' ........ ' ,,,,,, ,ig gif af miFL"7hfT"'4 9 W S 5 is-lm'sinx Zig' . . A, W 1 Q- . UN li' .,v:.:.::1l' 'Q lg .. lm ? 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BISHOP. C. K. BIVINGS . W. Q. BLAIR. C. G. BOLAND . C. C. BOSTWICK C. N. J. F. W. H. BRIMBERRY. . D. C. BUTLER . C. C. CADE. . R. E. CATO,'JR. R. C. COLEDIAN H. Cool: . . . P. CooK . . . P. E. CHAPPELL A B. DANIEL .... T. J. DARLING. . . E. I. DICK . -. . . . J. W. FELTON . XV. H. FLOWERS, C. R. FRANKLIN L. W. FULLER T. G. GREEN . S. J. GARDNER J W. GRIFFITH . . N. HARLEY . . HARWELL . . . HARRELL . . . R. HANDCOACK. C. HOSALE . . . L. HOLT . . . H. HULIPHREY . 1 . T. IRVINE, JR, , C. LILLY. . . . S. LITTLEJOHN A. McCoRD. . .Ji Roll of Freshman Class Mansfield Montezuma Newnan Oxford Oxford Oxford Watkins Jakin Marietta Oxford Arlington Louisville Covington Harrimon, Ala. Americus Deveraux Madras Madras , Nashville, Tenn. Gerard - Waycross 'A Starrsville Montezuma J akin Covington I Culloden Eatonton Ideal Winder VVaycross Covington Eastman Maysville Nashville, Tenn. Bolingbroke Swainsboro Griffin Boston Americus ' Atlanta CARY MIZELLE . . J. S. K F. B. R. T. L. R. L. J. G. I.. R. J. VV. XV. .l. f D. I fr. V 211. L , P. A F5 VV VV B . E. MANN. . . M. MATHEWS . . F. MELTON. . R. MONFORT . . F. K. MULLINS'. S. MUCKENFUSS . R. NEASE. . . R. VPILCHER . . R. PARRYMORE . L. PASSMORE . . M. PIERCE . . . C. PENNINGTON VV. PIPKIN . . . W. POWELL. .' H. ROQUEMORE . H. SAFFOLD. . B. SANDERS . . W. SI-IEARHOUSE A. STRICKLAND . SIVIITI-I. . . H. SMITH. . . C. SMITH . . . SPEARS . . . T. STROZIER . . A. SUTTLES. . TRABIBIELL. . . H. I. TOLEERT . . J. P. TANNER . . J. E. TAYLOR. . J. F. TERRY . . J. R. TEASLEY . . N W. S. THOMASO KARL THOMPSON W. J. WILKINS . R. B. WILSON . ,. J. L. J. P. M. P. XVEBB . .A T. F. WALLER . . WEDDINGTON . WEST. . . 1 0 . '3' RU! of l""'x!g,17' . SK- , A '1 z1 L' ' - YQ mn, wwf? 'ai 1 U wt: lf-'laam' iI" A H me Rhine Dalton Fort Valley Oxford Greensboro Greensboro Atlanta Lumber City Oxford Arlington Sylvester Gainesville Forsyth Florida Monticello Jersey Brooklet Coleman A Brooklet Tallapoosa Covington McRae Daisy, Tenn. Atlanta. 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" '-ffffff ii arm' as ""' 3 ""4f1f-F 'I ' v ' ' f I F 1 - 5 -' . . A Freshmanls Prayer YE who occupy the seats of authority at Emory, have mercy on me for I am a Freshman and far from home. My condition seems tightly corked up in this the first syllable of my classification. Accustomed to the high places at home, I considered myself f worthy of distinction here, but Lo, Trig and Latin beset we with woes innumerable. I know not whither to turn for aid. I am shorn of the glories of my past achievements. I am told that my 'icertihcatei' is not my own but the "property of the collegef' Oft'times the gloom gathers 'round me. I would that I had an excuse to go home, but fear that it would lower my standing with "I-IERU should I fail. To this end let me screw my courage to the "sticking" point and resolve to be brave and independent. - , , So then, ye men of the faculty, "doctored" beyour names, yea let the hallowed head of 'fZeke" be crowned with olive, let zeros come if your work is not done. Give us this day our daily lecture but deliver us from taking notes thereon for hard it is to write, think and listen together. I ' Forgive us our absence even as we forgive you for cutting a class, Lead us not into Calculus and'Chemistry and delivery us from Latin, for ours is the burden, the toil and the struggle. Keep' back thy students also from accumulating back work and lead us gently along the path of arise and we shall cross safely over the dead-line of Hunking and rest under the shade of a dip. Amen, M" QQUNIVQS lst: W, 9 +9 a gi xx' 1 Q V 'H' . , - ,." - k- rffi- Q X . -. . U xg E 'TT ,lf I 7-,.:'7ff"'2L.i. X :f:'5:3:1 ' " ' - ' EEA! im 1lI'x7?m"'!"'-. WNW .-'J i ' 'Pg . 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I I -C--. new..--. , ... - ':' VA- .' .e'.-- .ut ,.-.,...':" -ai'-iwv' , EF , Lh!41'-1 ... . -, ' -1 11 : qi- .- bfi . 'Y l I5 Vi! "5 ' 1 if i. 'Ialkfer' mM "at-"'2"' --- '-' "' " ' V --- ' ' ' at T ' ' .' la... ' 'A ' 1" - --rg,.,4f- f 1--'--t :IT-:L-"' 'fat' ' - j Q . Q, 1. Q 0 History of the Academy EGINNINGS are necessarily modest. Reputation in any line is only I to be attained by the price of diligence, patience, and time. S0 this A '. is but the preface, the introduction, -to a record, the length and im- ? portance of which we, dare not now estimate. I From a' student body numbering less than three score, the Academy put forth a relayteam against the college teams, carried them a success- ful basketball league composed of four teams, placed a varsity basketball team in the college league, put out two strong basketball squads, the varsity entering college competition, has a tennis club of a third of the student body with an official tourna- ment, and is carrying on practice for a Special Gym exhibition and an inter-prep track meet. Not so bad, is it? Student government, the athletic association, the J as. E. Dickey and Warren A. Candler Literary Societies with the keen zest of their intersociety debates, these must not be forgotten. V A n p , up Then, above all, the comradeship spirit which is so easily felt, but so hard to point out. The something which makes U. A. stand for something far greater than three initials. i ' In this our first chapter we have given the Academy a personality. There was no precedent, -no rules, no stories of former prestige to be whispered in awed tones by old men. But we have formed precedent and tradition. In a short space of time the machine has become well oiled and put into first speed. Our successors will not find the inertia of newness to be overcome, the Academy student-body of-1915-,16 has laid the corner stone and succeeded in the difficul- ties of self' adjustment. We have finished the first chapter of' the history of E, U, A, ' PHIL T.xvr.on, Historian. .xwunv aagglwtix vim' ff Q A Mg . nu"""n 'W nw in ."' Af' " . , ' 5 - , X . I I X P Rf, mn- V 5, X E , E ...gg 'Eli '3' ,:., U.:-m......M...,,,... nfl.:-'vii' 2 g 2 K 32f'1l111'. ,:, . .E '---- -1 -.1'-fn' x . .- N' . . - 'jf . yu .-P 5-wg:f:e.' f 'E - -'-' ' v,,, I M.. cf: . - - X Q - IJ V lx N 'E X- N "IMI X J I --"'- --11 :tina 2' 1 - - ... I i .lj 'r w F?:,g-., ,uh .V5m?v:,5.g?,. .I,gqx ,?.,.,F-J l?A,:1f:?r,, , : ,Hur . .I 1.1. H I 'Im II I . 1h - I' ICQ" . 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VVhy does the world neglectbsuch jewels rare, Gift-sprung, full-formed, from out God's poet-mines, Or shame the sense of beauty, God-bestowed, 'And feed it husks which righteousness declines? BY R. J. B. u IS: -Q , ep iff ' QW ,cm -."" Q4 - ,. 'ifcrggw -I. i I 5 U eg ,f .u - I my .hh 1 . ' X X e M ll -e" ' Q' N '- A . it fi-e e - f' 5 i l VI plainly 13 ggi H+ if w 1 i . .. , l 1 . I ! i 1 I li . ,xl ,. . L, ' I A 11.235 .il H tl' ,I .-ai'-5 ,..- . . .. H: A ,mi-:I 3. . 1, 53' .. I . . I, rv- ' , - 1 . ,..f,, is . .. , - .X A l '11.45. ,1:A, sr .. ' f S " . - ,H , ' H - '- - I I ,HPI H 'lm 'ff l "' f 'W' 5.-if Q . 5 - ' k L my 1- vw QE, 1 ,Q l . K J ', 4 'pw -v fi N' -Q 'I-,, .,. .S G B ,, Lf W., . ,M ,l 4 . 165 -up r , f Ufv f , ... Mmm J I' 4 I, , 41' 'g 1 X ,pl . pf s N' an 1- ' K A nA .1 n 4,1 yn' ,-1 I , u,,- fue. ,., gs 0, ,. F - - x ,, ami "'-,,.f- P LL?-':, ., 'Q u Hr' -in 1 ,- ng ? K N Q wif- I K' 5. 'abr ' 41 v Z. x cb- " N N ' Q . ' 1 v sf SCJCJ . SBRVI QE' WORKS Y Ll u ,u- - -f J I I I 'xfysfx .xfx s fw S., .Z ? W Si Senior Class Officers S. M. Minis . . . . Pres-ideni D. S. VVALKER . . ..... Vice-President J. N. R. SCORE . . ..... Secretary and Treasurer O. M. HAW'KINS. . . . Student Council Rep1'ese1z.tat'i'v.2 . 440 lg, -.- I 5 . ,.' 0 If -, I.. - V , . sy. Y -QW .- S s X2 . 2 E: ,a Q 5 ' 14' 4 -.4 -QW A QX ,vs rlszfnil- Xe e .,, E s:.71?:7i:4...?:,mh- vs' Hx- 53,555:,3il,iJ i - Q! L I N .5 A Q, ,Ham I1 ndi.. " . 1 5 ...L .. -1' - ' :,,.,..c,,3l4-a-xr-at-I" 5 - . U-, xg- .LN . ala 2:3351 gm, if 1 L l lllllllflllillfnlwl imma? W 5 L 3 0 'fill 5' EFS if-.iiifi W5 T .,, . , , , . . -aw., . -- .- 'fsc' 4 aw- If ""-E .. ' .... ' . .df L . . "- -' P i .T Au x. ' -aft' "' i' 4.-5435 'faf ' 'ft' w 1. .Q 'Av :fl " if- az, - .1 F" J. .. , . , , , ,,.,.- , . -, 4- .-".'21L.V '.-o i . , , 1 ' ' A ww "S 'rv - ' , ' ' 1 wi 3- Vai.- gf k.wf'f ' i3fQ3g:3,,,:ft+4 .. 4 ' ' -11' -Hi' " . K6 f " ' 'W' ,,, L, -,4 11.25 A 19 A .-,Mn I 51:4 fum.-r5' l Lg.-5 A 1' ,. .. -- -3 - 4. ' 1 ' -. 5. E I '1 H, .4 'lm ul f.-rf , - . I .r -L , -5. ,J-fig. MPM, I ,A .I-, dd., M, '..3,m:,,'MgL,3h ka.q55qiK,j-.,p,,, 5-,mf - I - ' ii, 2-, . . - :,,5,,,1,' ...., XM.. L , . g ., 1. , . . 1 . f . -W '- fi.-:au - . - .f 1 '32-154115 , 'E--L A ., ,. -, A 4 ,. , , .1 . -- - ' ' f-- ' " - - ,Yf?,-A. ,fa5Lyg.Jg . . , It , iff, , - f -1 x. L . - "'s' 1 ig"""i' Q 1 Y . - Q ' : 5 ' - 'e . if lf . if . fi iff 'I ,lr af., .Q W1 'L HM WI ,,,' 1 f . ,,,V A 1 . .-W i x i ass iilxey. B Ni its .,,m,,, 435 DAVID STEVVART XVALKER LYNCHBURG, V A. A. B., Virginia Christian College, Vanderbilt 'University, University of Chicago, Summer, 1915. C Vice-President Y. M. C. A., ,144-'15, Sigma Pi Epsilon Theological Club, Degree, Fall Term, 1915. . "Dave" is graceful in manners, fascinating in conversation and -of a sunny temperament. He is peculiarly gifted in adapting himself to his environment, whether ,it be in homes of luxury or in the mountains of his native state. YVe predict for him the greatest success in his chosen field of mission work in the mountains of Virginia. CLINTON OTTO BAY AI.BIA, IOWA. Cornell College, A. B., Pen College, Drew Theological Seminary. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '14f-'15, Synagogue, Degree, Fall Term 1915. I For his rare disposition, affectionate nature, and intense loyalty to his friends B-mv Will always be remembered. His specialty is Work amono' children. Although! his, calls D were usually short, he possesses a large amount of information concerning Cox College. , fx4B!"'ff1s Ei gy W im, SQL XQR Q I Cf 8 W ag. WIIWA wfweivgk X ss ll all-...wr pil! ..- . . l', ,BN - A I 'rf'-' 'gg ,,u" 1' 1 CQ 'H' 1 P in , -. ' -fl E! . 49:4 KQV -f-ff ..............h.fZ?... D gi .. ' . T1 ' . , ff . T: X '5i':'l?ll"" '. 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V A.B., Young Harris College, A.B., Vanderbilt University. I' Tau Kappa Alpha, Vanderbilt University, Editor-in-Chief, Panorama, Candler School of Theology, Square and Compass Club, President Sigma Pi Epsilon Theologi- cal Club, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Member of North Georgia Conference, Pastor Capitol View Methodist Church, Atlanta, Ga. Degree Course. "Jesse's" sesquipedalian propensities are surpassed only by his grandiloquent flights of oratoryg he makes frequent use of his dactylic member in promulgating his esoteric cogitations. At the Various institutions attended he has achieved honors in debate and scholarship. His recent courses in courtology have metamorphosed him into quite a philanderer. OSCAR M. HAWKINS C1-IARLESTON, Mo. A.B., WVashington University, Vanderbilt University. President Student Body, President Student Council, Senior Representative, Stu- dent Council, Athletic Council, Secretary-Treasurer Middle Class, Literary Editor Panorama, '15, Basketball Manager, '15-'16, Tennis Club, Synagogue, Sigma Pi Ep- silon Theological Club. Degree Course. "Snake" delights to instigate diabolical jokes, to start midnight disturbances in the dormitory, to "spout" heresy to the Freshmen, and to send petitions to the Fac- ulty. He has a fondness for eschatological themes. "Hawk" is a star at basketball and an expert at 'ishooting' the "Profs."' His study does not interfere with "rook" and the "movies" I .. g . gdduullvtasf 1:-35 3. E: ... - in guy! I 3 Y- ak' NE!! ' .- s -. W-i 1lxvf, i5G.f.'2:4 U EL XE K2':1-B5g -' Q55 if r ,- 4! U N Q- 1 .-, " . as s . i. -el 2 s . do ll ve' gf .-1f5.,.rg.!- iz M Q 5 - E, E L la .ap H 7-.. ,,,f4L-ll as. gi:-'E A . .. . , .,., , . . , ,- mfg. . ., . ,. ... ., V V . ' ,,,,,,..,.C,-ggL-41r.4nn.:-1 gi - , ---. M. 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Wx , ., .-9 s l ,.,. . ,V 1 if W 2 1 ., I l 5, 3 ....,M---ere' W M ff f X ' .1 1 .M , , waxy' f W ,Mk f .5 1 WWA , ,gf fm? X' 4, if 5 , ma, f,, A 21. JOHN WRIGHT CHISHOLM NEW AUGUSTA, Mlss. B.A., Millsaps College. First Student to Register in Emory Universityg Y. M. C. A.g Sigma Pi Epsilon Theological Clubg Member Mississippi Annual Conference. Degree Course. "Dady" is a man settled in purpose, philosophical in thinking, and candid in ex- pression. His friends who know him best appreciate him most. JESSE MARK GUINN HOUSTON, Miss. B.A., Millsaps College. Kappa Alpha, Millsaps Collegeg Chairman Devotional Committee, Y. M. C. A.g Glee Club. Degree Course. U Mark has a peculiar fondness for music and flowers. He is always employed in attending to his own business: he never tries to make his opinions authoritative. Practical Sociology is his favorite study. QUINIV EZ! qi, '30 www I' fl'-if Em Xb"'S , i W!! Q! 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His chief claim to distinction lies in the field of scholarship, for he is never seen apart from his books. ROBERT THOMAS HARRISON ALPHARETTA, GA. Young Harris 'Collegeg Vanderbilt University. A Member North Georgia Conference. Diploma Course. "Bob" is orthodox in that he believes that f'it is not good for man to live alone. He never lets his studies interfere with his pastoral duties. Speaking generally "Bob" is generally speaking: for if .he is in the bui'ding every one knows it. 1-." L uNgtl6, nhlxhi ,.-' :Nga 25" 1 "gm S ss ,Q 5 ia 5111 Ns E J' if if , " """' F.-.,.-. 5 41 U Y Q. .-,.,.4 rf 'qw w .., .---. HM, 'I 9- V-,X If 1-Tn:-till l Eu 9, ffl mi E NRI-H121-IniA'.n?l'.',s WRX ff :aazwgqfii .5 7 .. al it BS 5:5 .Q -E!"- ,ff-N! as ,. -2 ,, - I . ,J,e.,-aeziwtll--4-Q-DMI "" Q-i ' -' " ' na "U 1 IH: .,--..--'- ' f A 4,1-T I . M' . I '. ,. . " "" 1 , m JJ, 57 W 3 16 fl ,MM 1 Q4 ,, , . .. 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Although he has not xyet put away childish things, he is the Quartet reliable, a good athlete. an excellent student, and a proficient bull artist. He takes good UD care of the library. His ambition is to be a "Prof," XVILLIAM MORRISON HAYVVOOD DUBLINL, GA. A.B., Meridian College. A Sigma Pi Epsilon Theological Clubg Member South GCOl'0'l'l C f ' . D Course. . u D c Oll Cl CRCG Cgl'Ct':' D "Bishop" is.conscientious in his studies. commanding in appearance and ambi- tious in his calling. I-Ie agrees with him who said "If a min desire the om f . . y . H :1 . bishop, he desireth a good Work." C te 0 f unvvggsl ii Seb wWNxo'fA in ks 5 1: 1 '1 nauk 2 QL X5 B ' 4515 rfillilr me af" 1 C 1 ,iq 'IIN' NX :pm C9 V I. 2 . ,, M 3. . I E., E. Q3 I :J Es-i311:1:,:.,..:., , - 5, " 'fl'4Qf'I'. Z :- :'-.'.' 6' V' ' I 1' -.1 . L., an 3 . . :Q -3.3: V I J .,.?:,sf'a....1'.. .X rv. N ,r qsxidiriilg Q X , -E. v A Q y , . - -fl A. 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He possesses all the qualifications for a successful city pastor. . SAMUEL MCPHEESON MIMS Oxronn, ALA. Alabama Polytechnic Institute, A.B., Birmingham College, Vanderbilt University. President Senior Class, Vice President Middle Class, Vice President Y. M. C. A., Chairman Missionary Committee, Y. M. C. A. and University, Student Volunteer Band, President Atlanta Student Volunteer Union, Vice President Athletic Council, President Tennis Club, Basketball Team, Sigma Pi Epsilon Theological Club. De- gree Course. "Sam" has made a record compatible with his under-graduate honors. T-le is a "shark" at tennis. not given to loquacity, an enthusiast for missions. and a Tragelles in Hebrew. Although one would not suspect it, he is often seen with the ladies. ' I O uunviislf I fl lsvsl ,- x fgf, 15 xg -,S iaffiim ' if I w' fllfriei'-fb! 91 .va flzazfzll' Ni r , ..44. I..,,.1.... Q ly 5 ..,.. A4 0 L.. i W E :....,sa.g-.ak -,N Mlm '.-I-r.z1s,,1:qigi- im - - ill ., ag A Img-. LI ya FA, lisa ' i W -,..,., . r- N ,Q 5. N A , ,J,.nf4.:-w .- z,..,i..-0-v N i lrr - - ' x . .1 A 1 ' if , ' in -it W .f'M1..f- . M -, 1 1,1 1 . ' Q t ,D I Q 1 1 i lu, ,: V I ll' ,e I t I: ol F 5 I H P 3 I ,r . ,- ., 1 1 g as 1 1 , I 1 .1 n . xiii" W an .+P ft'- if Q 142 H ell' iff' ' ' iifslwimii 'ffwf l i , I ' 'Sl -Hts' f 1 ' , Sn, 1 ,X 111 xi'1'Hg,'1tu ii - - ' Q v ' Q eg ll V Q - i LAI 1,f-,ly I lv-.f .4 51- ' - I HAL I L , I ' , A K vii ,rs ia- iz 'I K mtv A 5' -- if'-'21 Lv ' 1. . s. --20' " Q , f .Z , Q- . x A...-.. ff.'-,--- ,47-. . Q 1 Q t ' . ' J if WALTER EUGENE BROWN NIADRAS, GA. B.S., Young Harris Collegeg Vanderbilt University. P Member North Georgia Conference. Diploma Course. "He never said a foolish thing, nor did, a ,wise one." During his stay in the seminary, Walter has evinced considerable interest in Biblical Theology and Church Dogma, and has done the major part of his work in these subjects. CHARLES LEVIN MIDDLEBROOKS ELAMVILLE, ALA. Emory College. V Phi Delta Theta, Emory Collegeg Member North Georgia Conference. Diploma Course. The Word l'Worry" is not in his vocabulary. Sometimes he preaches Middlebrooks, but more often Brooks. His social duties are so numerous that he has very little time for study. V Hg' s Nw., . . E715 if ciwM"""'f 43 cg, .Em I' xg 5 3 X6 Q -:f b ., 1 - .. a . E g M ii lui gt r ' "WN I i ' M' xx C 'nr I." an tp E4 ll XX I Illl . ,, S .1 a t. it 2 f x -.' - if " iiZf 1- -sd! C- DIL Q 3 .3...1i. if L- A, , f' -1 -3 W Q 5 -- ,4 -Aimgm A W5 i Z -1 I' lr U all ur Y ig I 'A l NJ ,-"fc it flllx i" - L Ln E A Q lm iii! 1 ' 7 'M ' ' M 2 - 1 fl i N .3 MN... 'ik . , F s fA' f ' ' L W 5 kg mf 59 is H55 'i'?ill An5 'I Ik I S 4 1 X 4 if 8 uv ? R, n r v xt W 'vi ' :, .5131 Q .L 1-rn. ggi. 1 7 4, X if A rin-P K mb ,M f 1 lx l .. ' C ' . AJ arg, 1-l r ? 465167411 V5 n. M L K - h V.,j1,f-U . 21 -Ev J' I, r 5 . . Y '? 4: ,JAG I. 7 G :E E w ,, ' f, ' I i- 4 , .M . - v :flung K... ,w-5:3 I I - r . , . 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QUJNQXEQS -.1 -1 . ,.' 9 ff 1 fx li'-93 vqii, ,- ff sgffs se? 5 ss I J . Q' XS ,nw-ms-1'f..s-ia.-.':'rf" Q -'- f r - """"' -. 9 4! Y 5 --- . .92 i I w' -il?-.whcwlr IUX 'f -In-Q:-511' X 'E db E QE ZAR? . T- - , - 1. P 5. S .Q i 'f- ffpill S., M -' ' , V, 4,4-s - ?,,,,,,,.g:.f.,f5'.174.:..az-an-Q5 .P .. . . , -.1-. - - f . --.av - f ,aww - ' Q.. 1 rhzwtwt i 1'-abr. ..'f'. 4 K., tg I N ,nigh 1 I ' 'W - J .s 1 37"j'f'.1 , ' J. ' ' EY: Lqzi-M n I . , , . I -I QL f y 4- .. .4 xv - f.E'v"" F A' v.i:!f"'- - - I.. VT. -fn' ' 'T 4. 4' A r I I I -1 JL ,, ' ' A ' - sq, - .4 '4 ' 'G' -'f' ' --V J - 1" , I 2-v 1.31, --- - V- e, 4 f haf" 1-ff' "- 5, P ' , -bv ' . ' ' " '- j 9, r'tf7X -1 'uf -' . rf" ' ' 'E ff ':. - -le" 'G i! fi' ' ' 9' ' r - 1 1 yr - H , z 9Ef+.f- 1 - . -- 1 1, , . ' - . ' J ' -f' it L.. .. . Jil 1 M l J ,,,,' 5" ' ' 5-344, - 'fu yxz' Q 35 is . ' , ,, I. A l . 1 ' ' I t . I H ,, 5-:1?4,'.f".?:",-'L5.1 1 -' 1, , L' . 3,5 5, , , ,A 1' , I -l r I I "1 ul 'fl QM. 1-pil,-qf..1.: :ff Lf: 1'-. I ' 'Q --, x 4, n ,. 'Wk ,. 4 M V25 5-0 -- 1 f l 5 ' ' -" M .1-, 1v,1l1" 4 Huw- .1-.1 ' ff 'gn 1 ,- l 1 I J 1J I K X l 1 L ' ,Z I A-,r , 9 fx 'A'.-f-,.,':'- Uk I Q-1 5 1 1 .14 K 1 --'-JD' " m -. ,. -Z-L ' N 1 f Q ' . ' OSCAR DANIEL LANGSTON XVARREN, ARK. A.B., Hendrix College. Summer Term 1916. Degree. VERNON BLUFORD HAMRICK LUDVILLE, GA. Reinhardt College. Fall' Term 1916. Diploma. JOHN CRI'l"l'ENDON UMBERGER, MT. ULLA, N. C. A.B., Trinity. Fall Term 1916. Degree. 1 1 w Q4 UNIVEQJI ESI , fa' WN' XE! X 7 X 2 Q 7 mx mg . ."" ' " S5 , . fs- ,' '-X x " 5, ,.,.x:4 ! '- ggi ........ .......M....,,.mL, 1,295-jg 5 QL xg aS111:gx1.,.:. , .Lb lllUI,. -u:w,:sY4 U ii S ig..-4-uf, ::............. ,,,,,, f r ,' ":r-v-:f-- 9 4 X 1 1m x UE, ll v -IE-.132-ivli if ,u N il-2-:--all' W 1 ' V- 3 ' ly, , 5 Q - A-l L as ' ,.1"' N' .1 KW ' lkf' ' - ' "' V Y L+E?f5f'-""""g, . ' -...Q-fi ft , ,A ' -,xr . v-hs. . . , .,, . . . ' .. . , ., ' 5 ' I " 7 -1 I ,5 1 -' ' ' ' 1 " f 1-pf' ' 1 . 'g IJ, .IL 1 'l "' N 'y ' Ig ,v ,-'34 'I' MM 'I' 11, W. ga ze W e 1' ,. we 2 s '. -' nf ,V , .' -' 1 - ' Ti 1 . ' - 'V , ". l ',, I pg 1 X qfwmmy 'H-lkia-,sf.,Q,.,,..,,i 1, - C9 ...L ,,. X-f -f 9 2 mln 51Wiffli2'f iff?-1-4"' 5ESTe?El3,'S' 5"-32:23 ". .Liza-,, 'L 5'-ISF'-I F4 325 W2 9f- I -c-1 ,.,-f- x 1 ?-JT, ' -- - A - -s, - TES . :Lx::::' I ,.A,. Q gt 1 M - --QQ-.,, 1 Q N 'Q- 'I --.,gf'2-1-A -,A . . 5 ,. N gif Tay-f . ' - . - f- - V--. . - . 1 h A , .. l '+C -1-.3-,.,,f5 Y .. . ? 4 ' i' ' ' . ' n OLIN RAY WVALNUT, Miss. A.B., Millsaps College. Summer Term 1916. Degree. I VVILBER CLEVELAND FOLKS Dovmn, TENN. Massey School. Summer Term 1916. Diploma. I JESSIE HAMBY BARTGN - JXTLANTA, GA. A.B., Emory College. Fall Term 1916. Degree. 1' '11 umvtks-If 'fda EE -2 X -is , . 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F' W , ,J . - 0 DAVID K. PEGUES, JR. Sco'r'rs:Bono, ALA. Normal Collegeg A.B., Birmingham State Summer Term 1916. Degree. LITTLE TERRELL ROGERS COLLINS, GA. Emory College. Fall 'Term 1916. Diploma. .VICTOR PERCIVAL HENRY MADISONVILLE, KY. Kingswood College. UNIVE133, E53 'W millkx 25' .mm X25-1 f 9 ii llll S ff S QL X? 3 L kt-A , fy. Wlfinx i-fail! fl M. YVinte1' Term 1917. Degree Course. College ,. X Y x i I . . ' nfs 'Q v' I u nu.: 1 . .. X1 36 NJ 2 .iw 1 i :ffl I..-...H ...Tar .... X Q 3332332-"-':2E' '. A . ":i,'iT"" -5 2 Ae 5 5' " AUX ..-'!ffis.2:!I- , LE. -Q. fm . -f . -. .A M sa N-.5 Lk- - - y , ,'- gi -,-I - - mr. - ' gg A ' A:LEQE:gg, 4,.,..,,aKi. I. 5,1331-I - ,pq with l V 1 FT t h . .Il . . -.H .A" 1 -.4 lr- . , I- - Q :ff l I gm? ffm, .p x 1-earl, JA ' ,- 'H ' 'Hs . a-'11 'J-E - .2!.'ql,r'?'!'-E, 2 Y ' -3, -'f 35 fu1-.lil ' 1 145 'Q' Bi 1 A Uk .f. - I6 l'Elillil'i Q' 3 M"""' "" C ' v it " 'l:'+:"5L ' . .-:v-,J "..1..-f,-ff. -.I,:..5f'1. 4 :.. 'Z' f---I' - - ' ' f E2 2 iii: TRS' 33 :gl -1. 'I - I - ii ,L ll f gl ' l " ' , 'REL?r'Bi'5z5Z'fG2i'5 ':i!i'5zQ5":1Qilf3'-F! - ' Lis- 7IS5'-I 13-1 HT' ,.---N gl. C-H: .A - n i...-, ,. '- ' ' """" A"'1' . " . is - L T'-1:-E::eE" -... 1 21:2 if In .-1. 5 .., '-'-'--a- -21.-6?-:-1.. - , -L, T- L . ' . ' in . f lj fliski x i' 1 - " -ji '-"" - - ' . . . 2 ' N 'e'-..r--uqrg.-..-,'LL ' ' - 0 ' CARY THOMAS EASTERLING, Jn. BENNETTSVILLE, S. C. A.B., Wolford College. Spring Term 1917. Degree. GEORGE EDVVARD TURRENTINE GADSDEN, ALA. B.S., University of Alabamag Vanderbilt University. Summer Term 1916. Degree. JOHN ALEXANDER CALLAN PITTSBURG, GA. University of Chattanoogag A.B., School of '1'echnolo,qy. Summer Term 1916. Degree. I 34? vii. .f f' F2 L3 1 .. T. 9 Q. Q 2: -.'::'-'rf - . . a .1-pnqwuuuuvlar iw- :,K Ev sjlf,-2lr'lm-1--Q---nn.-. Sm ..... Sf NK? 'S ML f 3 . . +Lv ifn' in Qkxfjg ,gk , ,, . umvr - ' ff or eff fi... 'iii-. 4, I V -r.+:. A N Z! S -. - . , in u' 5 Elfag-.is E f X .5-:-:e I' 'ii " --- ""' - 2.-ff -NG,-rpg' 1- S, rf, ,-,'5:'.2:E,, , A.. Q NJ, F4 ,X lg I .4.,.,1x x Q, , ill . A ISTLPXS 4, .HE IIA, lla .,.,....-....a- K- i 2. n, f 1 S J , .9 1. .. ' 3,.gf.f'f:w--'-im. ,.sag'I34' - '-5?, 1'f'r-3 ' 'ii "1 j"5"'f1215'5Z i 1 'j 1 - EEA A 1 .. ,4 2 1' Q. . . ,rv l - ' . ' r I F JAMES EDWARD TATE ' - THOINIASVILLE, ALA. A.B., Southern University. Summer Term 1916. Degree. l H L 1 Q L 1 D f if . GEORGE ESMOND CLARX ' J EssUP, GA. I i El Emory College. f 4 , Z Summer Term 1916. Diploma. i l l 1. li . 3 l- 1 fl i. - 4 V nosim N1Il,'l'OlN iusslis , PLEAsU1xEv1LLr:, KY. . A.B., Kingswood College. Winter Term 1917. Degree. . fl 5. r, ,... - .xx l A aU".!.!faf . xv N" :""11u:. D' Vo g S Wig E, '99 -,QF at "PT "'1,ggQ:g,g-.Q-5 S g1Qff.g5,'51- ,,-'.?a N, - .. .-.. A ,M M M5 1 A - I -I1 J '-25? 2- ' 1. . . . . . Fil C 1 .ag K gm 1 ww. ,fm V. , ' K sy uv , " Q X F' , l s 1 tj "" . nr 3 4 1 I X elif, . 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' fi ,A 1--.A 34 C 'N ix: - "'-1-"T ' - K ' ' ' ' I W ll W T - ' '- 1 0 ' , Great Expectation You see the tFreshman is quite green and it cannot yet be seen. What will come of all the whirl his brains are in. But this story I will tell, of a young guy, yet quite swell, VVho did seek to come within old Em0ry,s door. He sought to come with all the knowledge, that he gained while off Hat college All of this but nothing more.. To the Dean he dropped a line, telling him the very time, Yes, the train, the hour, the minute, and with all due haste had sent it, VVhen he'd land his portly personage here upon Atlanta's shore. In the letter, he implied, that the Dean could but decide, Him to meet, with flags galore and band in great uproar. All of this if nothing more. I I At the very time appointed, he arrived, his hair anointed, . With such ointment as we'd never smelled before. He left the platform ingreat glee and strained his eyes the flags to see, He listened hard the band to hear, then, to his heart,.there came a fear, The Dean, the band, the fiags galore were neither waiting at the door. I VVaiting for him, nevermore. Just imagine his chagrin, since ,he'd off to college been! And now, no honor to, himpaid, he3 promptly. sought the Ladies, Aid. He cried, "O lady, have yosu seen, Lhaveiyoui seen a man named Dean? Tell me straight, I do i1nplo1'e,f,,if"'he,s,come and gone before My ,train arrived? I wrote him,,true, that'1'd be here at half-past two. Quothed the aid girl, Nevermoref' Then, seizing up his grip, he cried, "I will not this way be denied? He .cameg his pride was hurt, he wore a striped green-blue shirt. And thus unto the Dean he went, to let him know that he'd resent Such treatment as did make him 'fsorej' and he told him, furthermore, That he had been away to school and, therefore, claimed to be no fool. He told him this and maybe more. e I The Dean reached up and scratched his head, and smiling pleasantly, he said, "If you now wish, as you implore, to come within old Emory's door, Put down your grip and pay the "kale,', for the ship's about to sail. She sails tomorrow, nine oiclock, and all who go must be on dock. A registration card will be your passport to the great high sea? Quothed the Freshman, "All aboard." l J. H. Bixivrox. 4' Junior. A student in this department is supposed to have been to college. "' u IE: gr, aicdgillgiwfg' ,Q Em. Qu? S L X! 8 'EE' if Q as 5 ,tx M17 bkrfflsimw ME W IQ .W r"'l X , I 'r"f"' 'za "' 'Wm - az- C' J - i as .asssw Q Q Q Ham. ., .-. 1, .QSM .,.:-....-1.1-V..-..u,.N, .J-,::'.,., 2 S E , ,',:,wx.,:,:. h L-- .t- , f, E ua-.1-as - . if af ...V W U r 4? .X -ff f ' 9 l E A 117 W' 'V vi I '-1 Q 'Al' '41 H'-fx-if RJ :A TT h ., L L.. 1. A -,- ,,,i' ,, . , V- - . - . .... 1-B I "f .,,--. 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'Twould fill your mind with grief and awe, If 1. should ten you. all 1 sawq T , if I heard the secrets of the world, I saw the starry sky unfurled, I ,gr For fear I should be doing wrong., I I speak not of the heavenly throng. I The greatest truth revealed to me, Is one that many men can seegt Yet seeing-it a living fact, 1 . - . . l There is a fault'that's grave and stern, . l A ,Its full import is hard to learnf ,. I ' It is that God's humanity ' I Is spending life in vanity. ' 'I The hungry heart can ne'er be filled, I L - The pulsing brain' can ne'er be stilled, . The groping soul no ,light can see, Though steeped in wealth and luxury. The poor man's hut, the widow,s grief, The dying child without relief, And all the pain and woe we find, 'Has no true place amongst mankind. l. The upright, pure, believing soul I Has greater wealth than earth can hold. . Q The heart of faith, andihope andlove I Has joy on earth, a home above. J. E. CLINE. 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PIOVVARD IQTNGBIAN SBIITI-I J ULE WIBIBERIIY FELTON THOMAS COOK SDIITI-I THADDEUS GILMORE GREEN XVILLIAM' ELDRIDGE SBUTI-I WILBUR HOWELL HA3III.TON ' FRANCIS SPEARS FLOY LOUIS HOIIT CLAUDE JEPTI-IA SPENCER 31 I EDKVARD LEWIS KING VVALTER CALLOWAY S'.l'EPI-Il-IXSON SAMUEL MOOIIE MEXTHEXVS GEORGE NEAL 'ffl-IOBIAS TURNER ASHBY MCCOIID LYTTON LE ROY PASSDIORE JOHN MATI-IEws PEARCE Ie RIORRIS JOEL XVALKER . 1 JABIES PAUL XVARVVICK JAMES LESTER XVEDDINGTOX. JR. ' x 5 I - I 13' ' ig . .f""'p '- Al I QW ns . -I 0 -" ff .W .- Em 2 -We 5 E B 1. If an U XS 5 ' .. 'H 1 1--21122 N .- :-'!':3t5E.' ' II I 1' 'O - .A Q! I. N ds' 17 MH I I 11 . ll l V. ? ' 6 A A L z'u55Qf4,-53 f X555 xiii? , i XX .,,, - , 3 X Xhit Ei l! ,E4E,T v A. Q W X 2 2:1 '?i N, :gf-'-iii J '- -V Xggfff ' 'X LiF X , , ,f,..,,, - ' ' - F'N1lLJr,x,:mTHL r P ,..1,. 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I I A 'Q ' Founded Millsaps College, 1900. . . . ..... Oxford, G Emory College. CLUB . . . Durham, N. C Trinity College. . . . . . . . Columbia, S. C Uni'oeo-sity of South Carolina. ' . . . , . SENIOR ROUND TABLE .... Athens, Ga. A.T'1'IC I . - ...... . . . Tuscaloosa, Ala I U,,,5w,-Sify of Gem-gain, Ijniveo-sity of Alabama. I . ODD NUBIBEIR CLUB . . Chapel Hill, N. C. GRUB STREET .... .... S eattle, W'aslz Unizzersitg of North Crwollina. University of II"ashl1zgton. BOARIS HEAD CLUB . . . . Lewington,Kg. GORDON HOPE . . .. . IVillialmsburg, Va ' Transglzvanla LT7LZ"U6'l'S'lty. College Ilfilliam and Marg. 1 I ig: SCRIBBLERS ..... . . . Oxford, Miss. BLUE PENCIL . . .. . . Daviclsoln, N. C ff' University of Miss-li.s'slippl. Daviclson College. gf KIT ICAT ...... . . . Jackson, lilies. RSPINX-I'IABl'PDEX E- . Ilafnzpclen-Sidney, Va ' Millsaps College. Havmlpclen-Sidney College. V SCARABS . . .. . .... Anstm, Tex. YE 'l'.xE,xRD INN . . . . . 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MORGAN -4: .K- NUNS D.YY.LlM j 49' Qs LX' f ,gg M :Ea Xmsggf fx xg ,Er 9- Wd 1 Qmxx "mf.ar.r A msw +- M ff My lil . , . , x TN at 5 M Sf fx' 1 1 " 2 Q 2 E - ' 1 ' 65: -K1--..-Q----ff-mi:s5-9:2 2 gy Et J ca' E' ' -4 SIM-ae' 2 f QA 'ff N . 4 - ---4. .1 I xx f v 4? .1 . if ' L 'f -, f ' A Q an' ,Q n ,V V us." 19 "M -me 'Zia ' "P" 2 ,A" . 13 no Ail 2 ,ulh w .gl -um-gf-'F '-,.' .'. f . I In - A q . ' 'I . Y QL f ' , K A M -1' I ' I ' 'L 'YES "Y I "W" M fy, 1 9 ' " 31 --. , of " 'ff ' gh ' rf . , '53 ff" 1 :' ' "' 4 1 P '1 . IL P -.. .5 . . v f' "' 4, , N L I v 1 V 1, t 1, . , W J v 1 1: X- EJ 1 Q y , I I II 1, ua, .e , 1 .Q 41-1 ua, I I , I I I N M F? - 4 Q M- K' 35 I ' 4 I ' M f"- ' I 1 n ' v " ' 'S 'v"'w1.: 1 . , 1 W W. I ' ' 'H '44 H' g ' I IW! J 1 I If DNV g I4 I I X " I I w nm LJ V w Lf W U' '5,"' X nfl' Q4 1wS'I"'k iz' raw' . 5' 4 'xt fu X . A ws., . A -LL 1 3 II 71- B, , 9 I Q4 -,l-- A I fm.. .lx bk A v off- 41- .- 1 -.1 A mx. f:,,- .fi 1 , A , 4 R I F Q K . Q u .Sophomore on-Fraternity Men Top Row-Pearson, Dickey, Cobb, R. C. Tarpley, Tanner. Bo'r'roM Row-Ragsdale, J. V. Rogers, Z. C. Tarp1ey,Bola.nd, Ray,eRast. W' xxx- ' duulvqs U h 9,0 SXJZ'-..lr Cy ' A .- ' 2 'Bee' ---- B .. - K I H-h.. ...., , Z at WI? F I Qqxwlw S 4 was . w A 1 -L f", " aa + . 'X Sw' S1 E Q E' f ' M --- -f -I " I X K 3 ' 1....,..... -. ' I1 2IVIAl'l . J 3 gl' E K+ 1iL'A g 4' 91 E Z W ly JI Vx U QF.: ,I NE Q, 9 1,5 , ...X X : 1 I 'S ' y 1 x 12, ,Q -1. Mal' "H,-, 4 l - , . ..P .fe f C ri i . .. - - . 'Q H 12 "T, it a a ' 'i ,, T .. 4 ' - . Jai af 1.-. Gee- A '-,- ff - A :ati ew it -"' 'Kr-1'-if" if -'v..:w"1:": c -.Le V -J . ,.-ax :Jerez-eff. ,lm x I . Q' -I . .:.. History of the Student Government Association OME people claim that, when God has a great work to be done, he prepares a man to do it. Cthers hold that the crisis produces the wh man, or calls forth his genius. Of this we are sure, the man and the E' task are always found together. It was thus in the course of events at Emory, when the students were no longer content for the student activities, namely: Athletics, publications, extension, etc., to be controlled by a. few, that there arose a man for the situation. The former chroniclers of the history of the Emory Student Government Associa- tion failed to record the name of the man who conceived the idea of a united Student body in an Association. iThis Association was organized in 1911, having as its purpose a greater Emory, by putting out better publications, having better athletics, and a system of activities in which the student body as a whole might participate. Prior to this time the publications were controlled by .that 'portion of the students who belonged to the two Literary Societies. Athletics were under the direction of the Athletic Association, embracing about fifty per cent of the students. The work of extension, advertising outside of the College circles was under the supervision of the Greater Emory Club, composed of such men as wished to join. They had no Judicial Department, in this respect they were like the Colonies under the Articles of Confederation, they could declare everything and do only those things' which a few conscientious students were willing to do themselves. Under the present regime all student activities are carried out according to the constitution, administered by the Central Board. This Central Board is composed of President, Vice-President, Secretary of the Association and the Chairmen of the various committees: Judicial, Greater Emory, Athletic and Publication. These, with other minor officers, Editors, etc., are elected annually by the popular vote of the student body. Every student in college is a member of this Association and pays into the Treasury 33.00 each year. In return for this, each student receives the Weekly and the Phoenix and is privileged to participate in, and be a 'spectator to all the college athletics. All have the right of franchise and the privilege of holding office. Under this system responsibilities and privileges are shared alike, each man feels, therefore, that he is a part of a unit which is working for a greater, a better and more useful Emory. G. N. RAINEY, Secretary. f if 0 4 2 W F .7 P Q' mx X 5 'A 151 0 ""Y?..-. -'it . U ,Am J- Ag., E 15. - -I ., , ' y' GN- '-,453 5 SX Kg . i 233132-Ili' '- 371 wig ..::..........'5- "'.f..fv.?gI E XS E 1, im'iQi x : ' ' 4152-5 - .1 -,N .1 Maia, Q I - is 3- HH! M F1 f 1 1 'U vf 'L' 'f " '41 , - . L -"1 "H 'Q ' lE'?2f"'lN" "'f"q, Q 41,5319 - dl I , 1 V - . ww . ff 1 ' -fm' wiv:-.-L GH- :I- Af' - f I I f V v 'faff...fwf, figlwwz 1- ' . va, dw. PV -1-Q --. - H 'Q-,-1.f ,.f-.zgav u fm' .,,.,,,,., UNM h ,,., ,.5. 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A fmt h ' A vi Y years ago t e Y. M. C. was organized as an aid in the pro- tution was founded Although we have had no Y. M. C. A. building, the association hasalways found an attractive and inviting home in FY .motion ofthe principles and-purposes on which our Christian insti- Few and Phi Gamma Halls. Since Emory College has only repre- sented' the Department of Liberal Arts, the size of our student body has not justi- fied-the' employment of a Y. M. C. A. secretary. But from the student body there have been such men ,selected as Presidents and Cabinet members who have not al- lowed the "Cn in HY. M. C. Af, to lose its significance and they have initiated move- ments and 'fostered ideals which have donemuch toward creating a' moral and reli- gious atmosphere among the students. Among those who have been actively engaged in the work was Mr. Arthur Brown who afterwards became very prominent in the Y. M. C.'A. work. ' The weekly meetings which 'are held on Saturday evening are usually led by members of the faculty, the 'local ministerand out-of-town speakers. Subjects which pertainsvitally to character building and the life work of the students are discussed. In addition to this, Bible and Missionary Study Classes are held on Sunday after- noon in the various Fraternity chapter -houses, boarding houses and dormitories. Great progress has been made this year along 'financial lines. No membership fee is being charged but 'a financial campaign was inaugurated in which the students were askedito contribute according to their means. The result of the campaign was that more than twice the amount formerly secured by membership fees was sub- scribed. C The Y. M. C. is planning to edit a handbook, the purpose of which is to boost the institution and furnish valuable information to new students. It also pro- poses to give financial support to five delegates to the Students, Conference at Black Nlountain, N. C. ' ' VVith the expansion of Emory College into a University, we trust that it will also mean a broadening of the sphere of the Y. M. C. A. May it not be a false prophecy that some day on the campus of Emory University ,there will be erected a commodious Y. BI. C. A. building and that the work will merit and command the service of anefficient secretary. - F. M. GAINES,.Vice-President. NIV f Ib if Ne 3 xg, it S X 3 sas f f Y 9. M N Q fx QA sf.: " -ifrmafas 2,1 ' 1, 2 - lil ,xiii-. ills. ,H ,g IZA, iii ...- ' . 5 8 siffwfgfiy X - ni. ' .Ri-f' 21-- ' 1 - . ,A 5 A ' FY? .T'- 'Q ' ' , --'Q 1-'K V wg-., .-. ,ffm-.-'V ' - A-1 --1 runes- ,3? '1l-'f' , b, , , I 1 9 l i ' 11 s fu 4 .nw . ui- 7, f ug . wk' -, hvf- IV "'a"J' A ' ' 'g,p:"" A5515 - " ' ' ." 'Y' , L Q Q Q, Q K v ,. y f ,I N ,L -A , , ff .f f 1 A 3 n P V 1 5' ' 4 u f 'V P' V' th 3 I I f g wx. N ,H+ .. . .J ' "J cv V A 5 i f . R- 7 4 f I ,MII WWF Wa tin. wig s. in iv I 4 , I I ' 2 I it X , 1 I ' I N v-E' ' . v, x N Q 'Qi ,Ik fvji ' K fl' " ' ' " il A , lg, , . x I I K -315,2 x 1' fu f M ,V V, if ' -9 1 1 , I I WC J , w i t I 4 A K . 1 I Q 1 S x , -::- .. -q....,. " 24,8 xx X fx,-H-e -5-L I R L , 4. A, , X . 1. . Q 1 Q I . . PROF. PROF. PROF. M. R. lpha Epsilon Upsilon ' fHONOR'fXRXr SOCIETY J. G. STIPE, A.B., 'OTH G. C. XVI-IITE, A.B., 108, Q D. RUDIBL1IQ'A.B., '07 P EI.1.INGTON, Ph.B., '16 9 - .PIERCE CLINE, Ph.B., '16 H. S. GARLAND, A.B., '15 9 J. D. HART, A.B., '16 O. F. SEALY, Ph.B., '16 Admission to this society depends uponlelass standing. A Student must average at least 92.5 foi' six termsg 93 for five terms or 94 for fQu1' terms to be admitted to membership. 6934 UNIV! ,A wh F ZZ! NW 43 .Em W SV 5? S w r 5 Q 5 5 ul 9- m""'u , ,." H31 - . I- ,QW 'rr-' ne ...I 4 if .9 V -3 5 QX 4 8 1 . QL L. ,, 'Nu 3- , R JL XS S :HA N I H ---..-....n-mm. 4, K 3 1 ' 1 v . 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DOCTOR- : fl A ' ' A 5 sl if Q lA gf 2 , N L . I E I . HONORARY MEMBERS - I WAIKREN A. CANDLERI ' PLATO T. DURIiA1NI DOOTOR VV. -A. SHIELDON DOCTOR VV. A. SDIARL1' DOCTOR VV. J. YOUNG PROFESSOR H. H. HARRIS ANDREW SLEDD V H. C. HOWAIID DOCTOR. N.. PARKER . 2 fi ki 1 ,B A ACTIVE MEMBERS . i Q 3 I . W. P.,,EASTWO0D -W. A. KEI.I.1' .RX gl 4 J. A'LJCALLAN S. A. SEEGERS - H. S. DYER ' A . J. ,BRACCO S. J. FOOSE J. H. 'JOLLY ' Il ' ' ', V it 5 El ' A-R. C. REYNOLDS- A J . B. S. VIA 'R 1- 1. 5 - - ' . 5 fu .- V OLIN RAY - A. B. 'WRIGHT P gg . W..NBLSON' 'j E. B. JAOYNER I J. A. SAGE ' V ,V D. W. BROWN. lg U ' .J. D. WROTENf ' A Q ' S. H. DAYIS 4 I J. S. LONG ' J. C. VUMBERGER .A OJ. G. HAARDEN A Q . V. P. HENRY O ' 9, 23 ' ' ' A jg EQ' .H . RICE A G. E. TURRENTINII J. E. TATE' ' P. Q. RORIE W S -A C. E. HUBBARD. . S. B. WIGGINS I is ' V. B. HAMRICK J. Q. SCI-IISLER y 3 ' . R. C. GOFORTH ,A E. M. 'BURKS .' 5 SQ P. MAULDEN ' S. C. bXTATES !. ' If ' C. B. WARE ? -3 I A V I .5 Q ig I, I 1. 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Q Nearly two thousand men have graduated from the in- stitution which had so humble a beginning. A significant fact is found in the knowledge that through all these years, the collegehas never lost a series of debates. Surely some great factor has played a most important part in these great victories for our college, nor is it hard to deter- mine this most important factor. VVe find that in the year of the founding of this institution, a literary society was formed. On March 8, 1837, the students met for the organization of such a society andgavehto it the name "Phi Grammaf' They chose for a motto to be placed upon the standard: "Scientio et Religio Libertatis Custodesf' VVebster,' Clay, Calhoun and others were shaking-the countrypwith their matchless oratory, and this society was formed for the purpose of helping men in their efforts to help themselves, to improve their powers of speaking and reasoninga The foun- ders of the 'society were young men of earnest purpose whose desire was to obtain not only they advantages to be derived from parliamentary discussions, but also to secure the benefits arising from tl1e association of young men of high character and like aspirations. - f V Q U' . A The :society formed under' such conditions, by such influences, and with such aims could not butlsucceed. VVithin. two years the membership had so increased that it was necessary to divide the society. The members were divided into two parties, two members "choosing up," and the other half formed a new society called "Few,, in honor 'ofiEmory,s first president. These two societies have ever worked together with a common aim and high resolve. Several debates are held between the two every year, the greatest of which is the Champion Debate held at commencement. In these debates .much rivalry 'and interest is manifested but always has it been of a most friendlyandihelpful nature. ' - ' Q - h 7 i I ' 1 H. V. VVEEMS, Historian. V . EE ,.-' 'YA - 1,1 L .2 .W ITA, Qing 55?-f ', Ll xi, :-,. Y s If.g.,,. .Seng in 15. ' " A' gmuunq, u '45 ua JC x Q '- mm 5.1 "Q-........-'Y .-1: '2f'rT,7 I. ig ws 5 sa' 5 K 1 if' gg. 2 x-'Eff P?"'5f' Eh Q55 fa: I'2?L 1 sz? 1 'W ye S' 3 F was-5 rl S Q E. 'I-2: rs? 125' 3 if me "cf-B y U E.. Y ,...',g ' u ,fx . Ax Z ,ab ' 2 1.5 - l f , 5145. 'R 5.1-f 5. . Q' tip - r- ' 'E - Q-nv " ,V . U' V fd ' 555. .fi ii ffi El' E 1? -' E! N 5 . x X f. . 5 if . 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Q L .D A ' 1 I., 'I Ib in .KJ i ,.n' A f ' ' - ' - 1- 1".A'u-f-.Ma " . . -I .. wr: -.--'V+ -- ' ' H- . -- fm " -nl' 1- - : I X lx ml ki I I P H I :Q A: I X, 4L N K' N, ' x :REEL-L 4,1'4.l,x?b ':Q' I :gil - 1 'U if .Q lf, iff h X, 1 I I A - I - . I gi-ll f-1 K, A 51 Z i 5 'A' j ' 'LL 5 "' 3' MN. 1 A "1 5 ' .- N Q-.. ,,,- "2" '- . f 2 Q ? Y . e , Phi Gamma RO11 3 I BANKS LOFTIS BIvINGs MALONE 1 BOSTWICK NIATHEWS BRAY MELTON BROYLES NIONFORT BURKHALTI-:R MUCKENFUSS A BUSH MULLINS ,CANDLER MCCONNEI.I, CHRISTIAN MCNATT CRITTENDEN PARSONS CROSS S PASSNIVIORE ' CLEINIENTS PEARCE DARLING ,. REED DEJARNETTE ROGERS ECKFORD SI-IAN' b ENGLISH SINIITH, T. C. FULLER SBIITH, J. O. GARLAND SDIITH W. E. HAMILTON STEWART HARLEY A STRICKLAND HAIIRIS STROZIER HORN SUIVINER HUSBANDS SUTTLES INGRAHDI TAYLOR IRVINE TURNER I IVEY XVALKER . KERR " XVATKINS KING WYEBB LANE VVEEMS LI'1'1'1.EJoHN XVILL1 AMS E3 " Q.. www if Ri' ' 'I L km: .Qffii 2 A 4 ' 5- if U.: :.'. ',, ,,1u?" 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K -5-,ah .-a Y -.. 3 ' 1 Q - ' ll 'Y A History of Few Literary Society views in such shape as to carry conviction was the man who gained honor and popularity in the minds of the American citizens. For this reason oratory and debate was greatly magnified by our fathers N THE earliest days of the Republic the man who could present' his and especially by the educated men and at the educational institu- tions. ' One year after the founding of Emory College when sharp intellect and ef- fectual speech were requisite to good citizenship, Phi Gamma Literary Society was established. The increase in the number of students and the immense popularity of such a feature in college work soon made it evident that another institution of the same nature was essential. So on August 10, 1839, fourteen spirited debaters and loyal members of Phil Gamma withdrew and organized themselves into a so- ciety, the purpose of which was "The promotion of virtue and patriotism, the cul- tivation of forensic powers, and for the sake of general improvement in science and literaturef' . , The Society thus organized was named Few, "ln deference to the illustrious name and eminent virtues of the first President of Emory College, Ignatius A. Few." y A n The minutes of the early 'days show an intense loyalty to the Society on the part of its members., The discussions were long and heated and the minutes indi- cated that the debate continued the entire day, sometimes without a decision. On September 26, 18450, a resolution was introduced to provide the Society with a per- manent home, as a result the present building was erected. Throughout three quarters of a century Few has enjoyed remarkable success. Her sons have won success and renown in every phase of college life and have become prominent men in the busy scenes of life, in the activities of 'both church and state. Only one time has there been an interruption in the literary work of the Society. This occurred during the bloody civil strife which called for all of Emory's sons to lay down the pursuits of art and literature and take up the sword and fight for principle and conviction. During these four years the two society halls were converted into hospitals for the wounded Confederate soldiers. When the war was ended college and society work was resumed. Two of Fewls members survived, Mr. Roberts and Rev. Charles Lane. They elected them- ff' 44 UNIVEQS lst: 00 MV' " fi Xa. gr Q if :, I 1 f .QI Q- S fr ig w.2....w LPN .... 13, al! .-,--,xi -. .-"' T"-, .1-' fax . ..... J.-' wg, I ue! Wg.. " 1livf .ffl2 E XS E F i:"'f!'.Q ' 1: QU i ' ' ,JJ .ll-Eirizill ti 5 .., fm "T 7.-, I ..a5s5ff,y.v.,mh ajjlx ,-' riwiesgu 1 - -' . iii . 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' Among those who received their training in Few, and have gone forth to reflect upon Few and Emory College are such men as Judge John S. Candler, Dr. I. S. Hopkins. Dr. James E. Dickey and Rev. C. C. Jarrell. Few- Society has been one of the most potent influences of Emory College since its foundation. e J Relying upon her record in the past, her power in the lpresent, and her pros- pect for the future, and under herlmotto,'KfPro virtute et patriaf' we can expect only unbounded success and prosperity. ' J e AQ' W. I-RIURRAY, Historian. pg .Mixture The rose is a dream in the beam of dawn, , c ..But' thorns everywhere are all there on the stem. Thefbirds yarerejoicing in voicing their love, While snakes in their hate lie in wait in the g1'2LSS. ' The sky is all bright inthe light of God's day: The world is aflame with the shame of her sin. V So this is the strife in the life of a man- Thebadwis entwined and combined with the good. ' ' A C BY RICHARD J. BROYLES. , H-ask. . . 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'Q Hlfill' 2 !.i6fis22'5i K - 9372-I'-'35-t'?'?ffff 9 Qsx7'ic6 .e"PN, 75,35 'Y-'5 'lF1-.Eef5 " " ' V . 2:A!xIia ?ZQ,3',Ef-'E-2,4 L TL?- Q- S21-..2:':' if -1-f 9- ' A,.!,,,l --ff i1.d.-tbl?-.l t Q!- " ' ' ' ' - ' 0 - The nit of Emory University BY ELAM FRANKLIN DEMPSEY, D.D. I. As in nature marvelous- simplicity underlies seeming complexity, just so in Emory University unity underlies apparent variety. I In what does this unity consist? It does not consist in geographical unity. p It does not consist in administrative unity, though happily there is unity in admin- istration among the rapidlyqincreasing departments. , It does not consist in unity of curricula, although in this respect there is a most excellent inter-departmental harmony. ,I II. Since, then, this unity exists, and yet is found to consist in none of the above principles, where shall we go to find it? ' In answering this question, let us take an analogy. In what does theiunity of the human body consist? Removing what principle will cause the body to fall into its separate parts? What is-it without which the 'human body is an eunorga- nized heap of dust? ip THE SPIRIT! . A. With equal swiftness this would be the answer of untutored savage, cultured savant, or unlessoned child. ' ' III. EMORY UNIVERSITY! . Pronouncing these words, we bring before the mind a picture that is. indeed splendid. ,Among institutions of learning a form appears, towering head and shoulders above all the noble and stately forms which surround it. It is a form that combines large and growing endowments, spaciousbuildings, the unmatched charms of two separate landscapes, the resources of a group of able faculties, and the vim and aspiration of hosts of students. But buildings, broad acres and multitudes of men cannot make that organized entity, which constitutes the stately Hgure-so definitely individual-of Emory University. VV hat is it then without which this vital entity dissolves into chaos? THE EMORY SPIRIT! f unwi- ff""'-'x. ':'Q"' '- ."' 0 If E in I' fi sa Q if L5 s E Q 3 I? a 'Cs fs if S va , 9.40 l',w!gi:S1QEIlm wi -.A Q - L N as S. QM! mi? .mr 1 ie v 1 'ETIIM KQ4 ffl' . ,V . ,. ,Ex e ks Nl. ,ig u 4. iwiiiw- :uyjjl lx'-x ,1r.1fu' MTE ,,y1,i U I ,EF 'L Mb K :li I X A f I Y L, 'Iv I Un ' ' x 9. 'o .4 '.'.. 4 ' . Q . L x. .1 va Jfvg, , -I I, 5 5 WW . p 'Qgr A 35-ML : i j" w - .-'r v .ffw ,iv ,N li, 1: 'c ii ffvv. .- . .U-ir! - v -J. -f-f '- .' v. 6 .1 Y ff' ,sf fa 2 A " 9' f-- .f T -3 R' A saw'-if it . e s f . . fr' i f new A i X ' ' 'i ' 4' -'1 'wif' JY'-'ly-, .-x:2S':J , X i.-.-51-iid.-...ri ,. :i'p.r'g". rg- ,gr-. I-5,-.,. Q3-'i"'4'g, . -f ' H M 'I .55 , 552- H .j ' . ,LW m :Y A i 'M gim1iQl'Iyh liB6I'iI:Q.':fL li:1+'n:'1""' Q. I - I --f-'if Eg. SQIJL "M"..,-f- .W-. '4 I T-"L-T"""'-4 :"'T- vt' uf- ' "' I "T ' ' H l ll"" 'U' ' als- - ' ' J " w NES-f i"1qf1J-f- , --felf 4 N ix: - -15 ' 1 a ""'? if A . J 'sQ -'I ' sr- 4 an Q 1 ' Q ' ' ' - ' . . . . lVith equal swiftness this would be the answer of casual Observer, interested professor. or patriotic student. IV. H7110 s-hall catch in sharp-edged words of definition that intangible thing spirit? Perhaps, however, we may indicate something of what is meant by our glorious Emory Spirit. VVe are as clearly aware of it as we are of the sun whose golden beams we may untwist by our prisms. But we have as little art to reproduce it by analysis as we have to reweave from its spectrum the radiance of sunlight. It is discerned, like the Spirit of Spirits, by its manifestation. Ardent love for God--not conventional religion-is at once its primordial source and highest express-ion. Its religious speech has the accent of reality and it no more considers it cant to speak in Biblical terms of religious things than it does to speak in Classical terms of classical matters. f It calls God "Father,' and "Savior", not "Moral Ruler of the Universe". This is the heart, "beating with one full stroke, lif'e',. This heart is kept with all diligence, not that there may be 'rapture at the center while death is at the extremities as in mere introspective piety, but because out of it is the issue of life. This heart abides. not alone. It builds a body around itself of both creed and custom. g To such' a spirit, man is no time-creature. He is innnortal. It lifts his horizon to eternity. It expands his aspiration to infinity. Hence, it is extremely individ- ualistic. For .such a being to be lost is an infinite woe. Personal salvation, there- fore, is paramount, as conditioning all else. "VVhat shall it profit a man if he build church-houses, hospitals, schools and sanitary cities all over the world and lose his own soul?', it asks of the unregenerate social worker. But it well knows that a Hnew creatureu will work for a "new creation". It was a son of Emory, afiame with the "social passionn, who said, 'fNothing praises or pleases God like service". This is thespirit which honors the past and secures the future by serving the present. The Emory Spirit flows from that love for God which inspires a disinterested love for man that expresses itself in oyous service. V. The Unity of Emory University? It is found in :ITT-IE EMORY SPIRITH. E May it be like that river that went out of Eden to water the whole earth. f' mv GW Us J W sy '39 NNW tie Q? ?z XX! gg' Q 53 'lf E if J. af WNW S' ,111 Lui' A g1r 4??4?'01sf"'fp1 Q1! an a W ,1 1. . ,"' f E ' C'- , .4,. .p iftxnfmm' lm Q QS Q . E 4k-' .Cl J E. an XE 5 -4 "" V 'I H 9 W T Q ' "--.21 ' 'Q' 'I "' Li, 'H 9 f U Q 5 5. -Q. 2 M 'H my.. v. .1 NH 'In--.-4. ,QU J ig-x V i 5 - J L Q A H., ' ahh ' ' I4 I H .- V V '--...,..ffj' ' . ' f - - , . - . Q3 5 , .,-., YN . ,,.A . , l mWlWm Uni-im M Q W1 ' AAN B in .fy Ni ,, e- I -A , 'F' E Us-'V-lf? 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' Then, the Moon, Pale Mistress of the Night-curious as woman is--must see this deed of justice, and tore aside her veil of clouds. Through the foliage of the deodar trees, her glances, keen like the gleams of my stiletto, fell upon his face. His turban was of the finest silk, and fancy, and his face was young. On his snow-White kurta were stains, red like the poison lotus buds upon the moonlit lake. Like the graceful cobra winding among the purple water-weeds, he was beautiful. Like a snake he had stolen my Flower of Delight with his smooth face and woman's ways. Out of the darkness came a sobbing. It sounds as the wailing of the west wind, as the moaning of oppressed waters. From the shadow of a giant pepul tree, like twin emeralds, glowed the eye of my Flower. Those eyes were wet with tears- for him, and again the Red Mist swam before her eyes. My hand closed over my stiletto until my finger nails were wet with blood-my blood, for I could not find it in my heart to strike a Weeping woman. I ,As a lily, shaken by the winds, spreads its dew, so her tears fell upon my feet, and her words were as a rustle of silk. She fawned upon me as- would a dog--for her soul was broken with fear, and I knew that, while her mouth was full of words for me, her heart was for him lying dead. Q Yet, a pity seized me. She was so much like a fragile flower, and does the fragrance of the saffron flower go where the wind blows? I Ah! But now the buds of her soul were crushed. Her pleadings were piteous as those of the beggar at the door of the Mosque, and her babblings were like a slaveis. Was he who had only inhaled their fragrance, wafted upon the wind of passion, viler than I who hadcrushed the buds? There in the grasses of the ungle I pondered these things. ' E. LEWIS KING. . .'.' Q ' V ,Ah S"-N . 5, E: 60 W " 1 .gg gf a f Xt! 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' Doo1ey's Diary NCLB DOOLEY, despite fears and tremors of misgivings because the Pre-Meds were to be the guardians of his sacred ashes, has Q survived another year of watchful waiting, and hereunto affixes his 4' 5 journal of events, exciting and otherwise, with which they year has N been replete. I' SEPTEMBER 15.-From out the wilds of Ballground and the marshes of Atta- pulgus great gaubs of new men come to worship at the shrine of Medusa. We thought the woods had been cleared up, but women and great men change their minds. Sambo toots the bell and Cop Dial rings the whistle, and we're off. SEPTEMBER 16.-Broadnax says single beds are lonesome. Piles in with his roommate. , I I SEPTEMBER 17.-Strickland signs up for gym and rents a locker. Madam tells him, "Aha, sir. I perceive that someone has played a practical joke on you, sir.', SEPTEMBER 18.-Academites invade Cov. en masse. All check in to Bob at ten twenty-nine. ' SEPTEMBER 19.-Zeke has thirty-four in his Sunday School class. All but two are A.B. and Ph.B. underclassmen. f in ' SEPTEMBER 20.-Hughie Walker comments on the number of handkerchiefs in the Academy washing. 4 SEPTEMBER 21.-Plastering falls in on HM. T.,', alias Snake. He quaffs deeply of GrifHth's stock of catchup and is found in the cold grey dawn sleeping peace- fully in the Confederate Cemetery. SEPTEMBER 22.-King politics, the new men by speaking disapprovingly of the moral value of the belt in its relation to verdant Freshmen. SEPTEMBER 23.-Seniors report for football practice. Sealey, Tank, Bishop and Bert make some team. 4 SEPTEMBER 241.-Rogers playing barefoot bests McNatt in a hot match of tennis. 1 SEPTEMBER 26.-King takes up another collection. Service called at one fif- teen for dinner. SEPTEMBER 27.-Snake is shot with a Roman .candle and Candler moves because Snake refuses to sleep with the windows up thereafter. SEPTEMBER 29.-Chappell of Tennessee reports for first gym. Banks attends gym to see the vaudeville. 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Z t X A .- "' 7 W . - 0 - OC'rOBER VL.-Candler sleeps through Sociology and History II. without know- ing the class had changed. . OCTOBER 8.-Fish Club inaugurated with the following charter members: Lane, Presidentg Knight, Vice-President, Stewart, Secretary, and Husbands, Treas- urer. I OCTOBER 9.-Sub loses his eraser. Much excitement until he finds it in his hand. . OCTOBER 12.-Sub tells History II class about Adam and his dollar at com- pound interest. OC'DOBER 15.-Fritz Lane calls a meeting of Tambourine Club. OCTOBER 17.-Froggie Kelly preaches only twenty minutes. Zeke in tears over the departure from the ways of the fathers. OCTOBER 18.-Freshmen enlist the services of the Shakerag Band and lose to the Sophomores 7-0. ' ' OCTOBER 19.-Barber buys a new gourd and starts his water wagon. ' OCTOBER 23.--Fish Club holds its weekly meeting in the peanut of the Co- lonial in Athens. OCTOBER 26.-Dick is elated over the first issue of the Phoenix. 'Says it has "a masculine flavor," that "it is wholesomeff OCTOBER 28.-W. C. T. U. in town. Reporterylillanders accused of smoking raid the picture show. OCTOBER 29.-W. C. T. U. in town. Reporter Flanders accused of smoking by one of the fair ladies. Nuts Eckford learns a new yell and signs the pledge. NOVEMBER 2.-Dit Stewart shoots Zeke in Latin, who is afraid that he will graduate. Dit entertains no fears. I NOVEMBER 6.-WVarlick gets Nick to send forget-me-nots to Wesleyan. ,Re- ceives many thanks for the paper floral offering. NOVEMBER 9.--King leaves for conference with a new hat, suit, and tie. Says he is going after a job but is accused of celebrating the end of his reign. NOVEMBER 13.-Twenty-eight men present at chapel. Large number out of' town on fishing trip. - I NOVEMBER 15.-Rotundity Club has annual meeting. Shingler electedpresi- dent, Cop Dial, vice president, Chastain fails to qualify. NOVEMBER 17.-Bill Burt brings forth the old stove. Fish Club rej oices. . NPOVEMBER 21.-Madam misses connection and spills collection basketf Mad scramble for change ensues. ' NOVEMBER 23.-Class in German I prepares lesson. Doctor Davenport called in. to aid in resucitating Bo. 517 ' L. .... S .. I I jf 4' w I ws X I!-f1:zf1f?!' Xi 'F . iii W B ,fl"tj'if9e-'f'i'f'- xx WIN .'f.m6?f1i2:Q:g!Sb x ' - o VJ 5. af fa.. .H rar IIEQ . ,, W, , Y -., ,:f U 2 i' E, . . . . . ' Hg .0 5 g.:3?2'Y"- """,, ',.aeggg,'-.- '-W: V2-pfg . ' 1 if-r gun.-w1s:..'f-r :.-' .- -- ,A,. v., .4,, E Q. . J. W N .1 11 A ' """lr' f 152 A 'I M lm if'iiFll'Elfll'7l2i' ii iii 1F'i!!4!ffun '. fm L. f lb "-1 il 1 A fll' l5I!fll1 f f'l'i i i f 1 1f"2 f b 2:1 . ff-Eff? -tg' 'S -N """"' t "LA..L"i'E"i: - if 'waz-2 .6 -KYB- ' 4 -1- ' - P' ' . V' ,Y ' ' . . . . . - , 2 W 7 g C ' I. x L E i NOVEMBER 29.-Sulphur and lard again return to prominence on'Fritz Lane's dresser. Y DECENIBER 1.-The King is dead. Long live King Sub. DECEMBER 3.-Nuts tries to borrow a pair cf shoes to go to Cov. Plink refused to accommodate him. ' DECEMBER 4.--Pup Rogers, Willie Eckford, and Barham Blue elected dele- gates to reunion of veterans in Jefferson. They refuse to go unless chaperoned by George Pinckney. DECEMBER 5.-Zeke receives excuses dated November 31, 32, 33 and 345. DECEMBER 7.-Zeke begins learning new song. Nag rehearses it in gym. DECEMBER 13.-Batchelors' Hall Instituted. Miss Sallie grief-stricken. DECEMBER 14.-Pan-Hellenic Banquet at the DeLaney. -Candler and Banks threatened with gout. DECEMBER 23.-4-Tank hears the call of back to the woods and others follow his wandering footsteps. JANUARY 4.-Carnival and Emory hit Cov. at the same time. Sub imparts ad- vice too late for some. JANUARY 6.-Madam gets off' his spring term oration. Subject, The Rhodes Scholarship, sah. JANUARY 12.-Fish Club dissolves. Sweet Sixteen takes its place. Miss Emmie e4 qualifies for the Pinkerton Agency. JANUARY 15 -Sub ties his shoes and presses his clothes. JANUARY 17 -English Blossoms out in the original campaign hat and Garland buys some dopes. JANUARY 21 -Arcade deserted for a week. Carnival gives up and leaves town. I Cause, finals. V . - FEBRUARY 1 -Madam calls a meeting of all those who are contemplating at- tending Harvard. , FEBRUARY 5 -Prominent members of the Senior class run off with the Wine- coff' hat girls. Jay Hays is confused. Can't find his celery spoon. FEBRUARY 7.-Seniors invest in photographic plates. Brooks Fite, Bishop Wilson and Sealey endeavor to disguise themselves as Apollo. Hays exhorted to re- , frain from "Jay Walking." - 4 A FEBRUARY 9.-Shingler has new picture made for the Annual. Also orders l Annual with a gilt-lettered' name on cover. l FEBRUARY 16.-Floy Holt begins getting excited about the Brenau girls. 1 FEBRUARY 18.-V. P. Stevens asks Miss Brown if she was the one that played l "that Percolatorn last night. 1 ---- ' -. "' 9 ' Q ...f'7EfE?q, , .... 2 2 i F .. -1-- 1 bv - . A ' - '-' f . 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"Mutts" enrolls heroes in the Constitution. IJEBRUARY 27.-"George Pinckneyw spends another week-end at VVesleyan. BIARCILI 3.+-Much sentiment flows from Tommie Morgan's able pen. Dick's soul is filled with delight over the accomplishmentsof' his under-study. . AIARCI-I 6.-Candidates arraign themselves for the opening of' the political sea- son. Clouds gather in the sky ,and foul odors are detected, indicative of crooked deals. English discards the "campaign hati'-selects a derby instead. MARCH 10.-Flanders and McNatt become bright lights in Chemistry I. Flan- ders on his Pharmaceutical record, McNatt on his achievements in the realm of' Society. Shingler becomes eloquent. MARCH 25.-Whompus appears. Flanders complains of' disabilities and re- mains in his room. I APRIL 1.-"Madam" puts extra lock on the door of' the "Peedmont" Driving Club. Becomes so excited at Chapel that he forgets to whistle. - APRIL fl.-Freshman read "How to Have Muscles Like Minef, by Jess Wil- lard, and "The Mysteries of the Diamond!! by Frank Baker. I .APRIL 8.-"Election Day"-Never Again Club organized. ' APRIL 15.-"Dit" Stewart prepares for final mad rush. "Zeke" quakes and Madam dreams dreams. ' ' APRIL 20.-"Pup" Rogers gets off the 7:20 at Almon. K'Nuts-U Eckford jerks him back by the collar and together they ride in to Cov. on the steps. MAY 1.-'6Sub" prepares for the meeting of the Trustees. Throws his' hat in the ring. ' MAY 10.-Excuse Committee goes on another "tear" and seeks to instill fear in the hearts of' the students. No use. TVIAY 15.-Dude who hasbeen reposing contentedly on his victory over Doug when he turned him out of' the Room of' Inquisition, turns up late to the Excuse Com- mittee. Gee threatens ,him with dismissal. ' MAY 25.-Diploma in sight. Some have to use a telescope but are able to dis- cern its deepening outlines. JUNE 9.-She comes, JUNE 141.-After Shorty has said his little speech, Froggy rises to an- Igfcgiunce thatthere has been offered for the ensuing year a medal to anyone who will er an entlrellf S3l31SfaCt0ry plan for excusing absences. Bish lVilso1I finds it hard to realize that he has no Latin behind. DOOLEY. E: ad0dgiii"E I5 E 'Earrings X 8 A Y lylrnly ., lg, UW I ",,n' .-v"'T if A 1.4 L .+A A X " I" xiii' ' . U' - -max .,,5.q....--wr..--.m.,. .... 5 X in LW A . I 1 ff R I -ff-ravi' Y- I5 El if as . . v A I f Wd IMI -Af. . .fait :A E . , -. ,... .A lp we . l, N H.. yi Mg I 'af -, I Ffitri-1, ':,- ' 'SEQ '-'Q' I-1 o97Rl,glL4QjZ, ?- - " e I ' 'I li?- m lmIi g 2A , g s, , g A me In x x .X y ' ,r 1 I ,M M It I A qi K ,f " v: 3 ., dt- MS ,as , 11 ,, -f ml' 'L f af ' " 'H' 'NEW " 2 "MF 1' u vw. . . ' I 1 "' , H ' ,R 'I 'I I ' I M f.41 PMf. - ffiiilllelllilmreal 6 'W " Mum - -' - M,,,'g-fl, 5::f"q,'---gif-,ax-l -fwtilgs Q-ijie-1gE:J,-3'ipE2" :fxi, .1 2' Li. J- -in as Q :Q ,ww 1 -"Tig-. I ., 'Hag 'N --... L A Ed 'I 5 lg' 1 ,- r N N 3 . f i . - Sea emories No, comrade mine, I will not go down to The Seashore for a while it if I I am not strong Enough to face the sea until the tide Can bring me more than echoes of a grim And awfulday of loss it it I No, comrade, I Cannot forgive the sea until I am Grown older, and the wounds of one dark hour Lie sealed with memory in the tomb of long Forgotten years . . . Fresh are they now-ah, fresh As when I first received them in that hour Of deepest gloom, one year tomorrow-yes One year ago, and yet the picture is . As clear as though it were but yesterday if I I So long has been the stretch between the Then And Now . . . I'll tell you all about it. Draw Your' chair a little nearer. Now, right there . . . My Alice was the fairest thing God ever made- That is, the fairest thing these eyes have seen. Her hair was soft and wavy like a dream Of melted gold-alluring, grand, agleam .... Have you not seen such hair somewhere--like that With which the Masters framed Madonna's eyes? Your eyes remind me of my Love's tonight .... All eyes remind me of her own which have A tinge of brown, and when my thoughts are full Q Of all hers meant to me .... There was within The depths of those sweet orbs a music-yes, To me a music like the melody Of love, which lured my being into full, Responsive harmony .... And in those eyes I oft imagined I saw beaming-God .... We had been married but a few short months. The Seashore was to us a paradise .... And radiant with the beauty of our love. Our cottage home was but a stoneis throw from The sea, and it was our delight to go Down to the shore to watch the waves crawl up The beach, and dash themselves against the rocks. Then would the white birds dive, and kiss the spray. The wind would play .among my Love's great strands Of hair. making her laugh as though they were umvr E: 'Q X ef any lf? -7 ! 'I ,pflllmvi ff' -u ' ,H 1. - f. 'M 'I' r l H -Q". it r '- , J.-' Ogg Ng I-M""Ig ...Fu-Q--nn-fiiiiggiZiff 5 EEL XE E -.1--j.i.-.M r f - W U I ff l.:-:-as!" 'ii 'F - 'lb 43 " l -H S S 1'- f- "'52Is11-- 7 -my ..x?:?c7Mf?:, -s YP I,-' --1755--lgflil I fl lim FJ it tk ITA, 9 ,. '1' T. ' 1- 1 4 . ' V FFQIJSQ "1-"',. . 'SEHK'-,' Y- : "":'2' ""7"Ff1 ffflgifiiig I. 9 I """E ,. 'T Q ' V v 1 sf i X .- '-t7?f- . 1 .. ' - r n g- .-vga., v ga-gf.:, . 'w, ? i vgfiag, mini: 1-LQ?f":,,4f "' A ' , J W 2 H, 2. , f -' " 1' if . ', ' .ll lg e - -. . - 4" vu., -- -' V I I.. H M . A I 4 .- ..., . , . L E v i i, I jing- 5 ,, , his Zf -M '77 I L ' ll. K "" "fZf5Ti l' T-' -5-" Q "' V ' - ' - r 0 ' . Oierflowing with delicious ecstacy. ' And, stopping suddenly, at times, she'd stand With head thrown back, her eyes upon the far. Expanse, and murmur sweetly this: "My sea, My beautiful, my lovely seaf' Have you Not heard me murmur that? You say you have? . Now you' can understand. l One balmy day Of April, when I had gone out upon The sea, a storm awoke. The clouds grew black. The waves began to roar, and leap. The wind VVas strong, and swept my boat across the waves As light as it might an autumn leaf. y Thus I was helpless, left to destiny. Then Providence was kind, and threw the frail Shape of my boat upon the sands. I rushed Up to my little home that I might tell T My Alice of the great escape. As I Drew near I called, but there was no reply. The house stood silent, strange, serene, alone.. My frame was shaken by foreboding fears. . It was a disappointment, Comrade mine, Much like I think a mother knows when one She loves, to her surprise, has gone astray. It chilled mv heart, and dimmed mv soul, it made The edge of all these earthly things glow sharp And filled mv spirit with a loneliness. . . The storm was now more calm., The waves were less Severe Instinctivelv I moved across The wet, eold sands down to the shore again Then in mv soul I knew mv Alice was No more. . . The sea had stolen her as she, In anxious waiting, stood and watched' foi me No -this year will not find me by the sea. , BY RICHARD J. BROYLES. . mv: g Q liilldtff . Q- llllM 4 2 L 5 K mfg Bm'f ns , it 'YY 23549 -U .. -1 -L.. rv jg: 1.1, 2" 7- - with Q? lv 'L ' .I -, . -lg 'If-Q. ,wifi .Aw ff ... -.gQ.344m. 1 4 it 1 5 ii M 1 l i - 1 l il 3 l I 3 .v l J 'ir ' 1 1 A 1 ,, . 1. 4 , T., .. .. L A . H2 g WWW fgliililtlilgh MM Q i 1 l .S ' gp ., :?'E .4.,, ,H L,-r -W., , : 1 3' Q . 53 IE, at A .Origin r I ,Z- had-If-.tli A 1 :5 du i-il tf'-:f'i7f i I 'W ' l -if . '7' ' ' " "!' if A 5"'L H 'fi 'JAP '. lslggi 12 Qi " 5" 'i"'4If r 'ri 'gig 5 .. :ixn ji V g iwvQ 5, 1. , 'if ,. I 2 I I-I f E, m -gg I , ! nz .. M :J l U' " C 'Sw-NMS, ty c- ,A ", 4 . ,. .- , -5,95 iv ' ' ' ,E H, kilt-:l.f .. , , . .1 V . - . 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I ' The hands of the clock point to the hour of fifteen minutes to eight and a mad rush ensues participated in by some ten or twelve men who are endeavoring to possess themselves of the 'iprescription blanks" and inscribe thereon their names, each the date of his birth, the day, the week, the month, the year, the name of the pre- siding uinquisitorn, the name of the instructor from whose class he was absent, the class and what time it met, the reason for absence, the weather conditions, if sick, the type of illness' and method of treatment, if out of town, where he went and what kind of time he had, the name of his parents or guardian, whom to notify in case of expulsion and a short essay of apology and expression of sorrow over his misdoing. When he has completed this, if he has time before the clock strikes, he staggers with his load of literature up before the "Chief Justice" and subjects himself to ques- tions, exhortations, and threats, a type of which is as follows: Prof.-Allright, sir, what is it? CStudent hands in his "manuscript" for inspection. He reports that he has been sick.j 1 Profq-I see you were absent on Saturday. You say you were sick. Student-Yes, sir. Prof.+Well were you sick? fls answered in thelaffirmativej. J The victim happens to be Mr. Shields. V I Prof .-Mr. Shields, were you confined to your room? Shields.-4Yes, sir., Prof.-Were you in bed all day? ' Shields-No, sir, but I was unable to go out. Prof.-Why couldn't you go out? Shields.--The weather was too bad. Prof.-Could you have gone out if the weather had been better? Shields, reluctantly.-I suppose so, Professor. ' Prof.-Well, Mr. Shields, you know we are not responsible for the condition of the weather, so I find it my unpleasant duty to cut your deportment. COffers prayer for departure from the truthj vvggslf 1 Eb -iq Sv 4' f 3 ' , E 5 L ith l J. .11 WNW C? A ..--.,x. -I A I A ",,., i I ,xx ' D' A ' 4 f ,-"' sw? ' '-9" - ' Q. " aff: : E , 9 'AT' f ' 1- --: Q 3 2 ' fi iff- E X? 5 -1 ...af if Q- QU is Q - l .1 t as an mem Li, I I CC X . W f be ' ' --H ati. A E51 1 1 li l gli -f' -. ,. V - .W Q V -fe:-rms-g,g 1 - . ,.v:,,.gh f nvrj 'Ffa-ig U, - 1-if ,Z .g.1j."f' , P" ' ' ' V ls '- .. .if . a ff r " . f .X '- f.- H... A- . -2.-is. - Ie- .. -. . i i 1 . , ., -0 ,,,".'-A , . - - Q31 'p f .ay-f' , 4. - V 6 . ' . X! .- V' . 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How far are you from your nearest town? it . l , Pup.-About ten miles, Professor. .f Prof.-Were there church services there, Mr. Rogers? Q 5 Pup.-I don't know, Professor. V Prof.-Did you try to find out? . if ll Pup.+No, sir. . . i Q Prof.-Well if you had been in Warrenton and there were services and you I weren't sick, could you have gone? i - Pup Cconfusedj--Why l suppose so Professor. Q . Prof.--Well then I see no reason why we should excuse you. Hereafter you l will find your deportment at 9. , Just here Ellington comes before the chief "Dispe11ser." He attended classes ,V ,5 in the morning but was unable to attend them in the afternoon. fi Prof.-Mr. Ellington, I see you were absent Friday afternoon. Had you no ' y classes in the morning? ' , Ellington.-Yes, sirgl had two. Prof.--Did you attend them. Ellington.--Yes, sir. 1 Prof.-Why 'did not you attend in the afternoon? Ellington Cwho has never misrepresented anythingj-I was sick. Professor. Prof.-VVl1en you were taken, Mr. Ellington? "Ellington,-Just after dinner. Prof.-VVere you seriously ill, and did you summons at skilled physician? E5 - . A ' .... 'Q 3 E 44 B . .. - i? ' ,-,L ng' - !'5.fq-,-gt' X U Q: ,li-5-:gif xg W "' 1 or jf if M -if .Z df N 'I-.mid -. F my ' : ' Q J RN WIN -' :-xws.,5,gi i - 9:-, 'Z .. .lj u. E 1 I i i ii I u I --t-1. -4 -x-- ,V l , 'T ' xr. .. . l I , .F .7 px ' - w i- t. 3:2 x , 7 I Mu ' :I I' u Tha 'ij Lf' 'Z,,5'l" Q4bf,QZf.:'3..'F2'27r , nf:,. ' f . If QQ, l'f5'H?iL w HL O XWQQ l W fix' HI W' Ia ' , r? 'I-vw' iw 'ww' ,M if 1 W.. ff ff mmm -ri 1 fx M My In -' , I 'Lili xvwg- 1 1 1 H, l 'vi W l , 1' I I L ' K I I I l W it 1 ,I w A imp .tx K Nhqzf H15 :Agp ,wa pal wlsvaiifqv A EEA? I-M-LY .u fu Q- Le . xy- . 1 - ZW... rs lf:-"AJ , '--Q-. Q Y -...gt A, M-.pa le-T rs-.. . . ' p . l p .I . Ellington.-No, sir, but I was too sick to go to classes. Prof.-Did you think you were going to die? Ellington.-No, sir, I didnit think I was going to die. Prof.-Did you go to supper? I Ellington.-No, sir. Prof.-Did you go to breakfast Saturday morning? Ellington.-Yes, sir. Prof.+What did you eat? Ellington gives him a list of the art.cles of food that comprised 'his morning's meal. V Prof.-Did what you ate make you sick? v Ellington.-No, sir. ' V I Prof.--Well, Mr. Ellington, I think my knowledge of Physiology and Hygiene will bear mefout in the statement that if you had been really critically ill on Friday afternoon you could not have eaten such a hearty breakfast without suffering some ill result. I am sorry, but your deportment will have to suffer. I. I A ' Ellington, disgusted, walks out. Ten-thirty, the second daily reception given under the auspices of the "Commit- tee on Excuses" Q0 the sweet sentiment inspired by the namej finds Dr. Boyd act- ing as High Locutor, having successfully disguised himself in the guise of "Doug.', Mr. J. Donald Banks appears before his majestic Grecian presence and at- tempts to excuse a day's absence. "Donnie's iron constitution has been subjected to an over-abundance of "bad man eggs" and he has been ill. Dr. Boyd.-Mr. Banks I see from the blanks that you were absent from classes yesterday, is that right? . Donnie.-Yes sir, that's right Doctor. Dr. Boyd.-Well now,4 Mr. Banks, you were sick weren't you? Donnie.--Yes, sir, Doctor, I was sick yesterday. . Dr. Boyd in an attempt to live up to the teachings of "Dough and others. That's allright, Mr. Banks, now, that would ordinarily satisfy me, but the other mem- bers of the Committee suggest that I ask a number of questions. Of course you un- derstand how it is, Mr. Banks. Well now, were you sick Mr. Banks? Donnie.-Yes sir, Doctor, I was sick. Dr. Boyd.-What seemed to be the trouble Mr. Banks? Donnie.-Indigestion, Doctor. , fmxx QUNIVEQS. Eb V, '30 sv IJ" -out " was W Q2 av 5? 1 KK 1 ,,. -.1 . -Q ., R f', fir ' lm ' ,-' VEB NX . :hT,"" , 1 -ffl m.Sin-:bi-f':?,,,, .... S X2 1 -3:-.-..-'I.'.TL...,... . 'E 32' S 5 Hi- S., 'U -f ga.. -Q., w H new fi 3 Stlllllilmi ffl.. a ., ,gm,,Z ,, . . L,w, , .., j j at 4 ie 'Aff his iff 1 3315 5, , QV " : ff'-sm'-'K -V?" "". '-'Ur' 4 ,T :N XJ? ' ff ' f , e ' "' '?Fx1', .0 ' .., ' - . 'A H-'f ': - 9 t t 'fl5 ., A ' f u ,FF -"7- -2 a .. 2 I f" ,, , I ' ' l 'Br K1 Few!-' in' "'- ' ' 7 H- -' if ". J' S:- 'r5r- - ' .' 1 '. ' 1' .- ' i , ' ' . .ff.:'?f,f 1 ' ' .jfs ff4:Q'L .ig-lgljlgf lb - - ' ' , ' Y ., . w ' ' . I '. fs: 11: Er "uf: 1: 'iff 1. 1 1 - I " " f 'Q'-r.fm""f':-wi al. -'I un. --, . iv 'sf-t u-YP' ZJZQ1 .:.: --1 ll - V it I lllll!TlUittfntf'1+. -'iwiimmhia-isaafsf Q M-GJ 'I . 4 . Ln' ' Liv' ' is -- - l -' M- ' "' n :,.."'T .M I .. ...N .... . . 1: -v KA 4 . 1 .- - -, ,, 2"' ,QT 43: ,FI-,:'1f:",4 2. as ""' "abr j- '- "-li 1"'I """'-if-' A . fl '.,.g4,-"ewL...,' ' -..-- - 7 Q , . , 5 J Dr. Bovd.-I'm glad to note that you accent the second syllable of that word, Mr. Banksfit shows me that you have paid attention in your Grecian Literature. The main factor in present day education is to be able to pronounce correctly. Now, Mr. Banks, just exactly what type of illness were you suffering yesterday. There are three types-First where you are just sick, we might say feeling badly. Second, where vou are confined to your bed. Third, where death comes as a result. You will remember the Ancient Greeks' view of death, theylooked forward to it. Now I'd rather excuse you on this third ground, but I'm willing to excuse you on either of the other two. V Donnie.-VVell, Doctor, I wasn't able to attend classes. Doctor.-All right now, Mr. Banks, Iill just keep these blanks and see Dr. Gee and Prof. White about your excuse. I can let you know about them-Let's see- letus say any time you are up here. No, that appears to have a little idea of in- idefiniteness about it, let's be a little more specific and say tomorrow morning. That suit you? K I Donnie.-Yes, sir, Doctor,-thatys allright. I Donnie walks out elated over the fact that Dr. Boyd has taken up fifteen minutes of the Greek Lit. Period. ' i T lj - And thus shall it always be. Fret not, my men, consider it not a hardship to be subjected to this unjust and troublesome pest that is a bane to every sober think-- ing student, for by this Excuse Committee are we enabled to take, free of any charge whatever, a course in Penmanship, Essay and Short Story. In no other institution of learning anywhere is such an opportunity offered for enjoying Cheap Vaudeville as cheaply as on the second floor of Candler Hall any day of the week, except Sun- days and Mondays at the hours, of 'seven forty-five and ten-thirty. Here also are given the finishing touches to men who becomelartisans in polishing and making to shine as the noon-day sun deeds that would otherwise remain darkened, thereby bringing joy unspeakable to Profs. "Dude," Gee and "Froggie." Drop in fellows-it's great. - as od I 1' ' ."', as f - M I ..f R 32 5 5 XV Q9 1 ia Q if , -1- I Q s 11 x , xiii - .a ra, ills Eb ' -Q' sw zn- 'L NY .... s Q za - -. I fugsumw -' , 'X U Q E W .1 P W B Q? wa www X X A r- .Q . 1 di : A V 1 'Qf'? I2 ' I " li n-if ml-.1 .A . :jp l , i 'fl . ' f..'1l! if . . A'-i' ' 'J-V -1. 514 - 2 h e m W' L-fn 'it I- I.. , ' A J"f ' '3'25-5-Iii-iff' lb A T i i I if ' 1' 'E ' I "M I ' 'MMS' ldrkitbff. f .- :. s, I '.4.+ . i .-I - .' auf: V .. .:' 1. ', I ' I Q3"?7':f 35,11-,-P .:, : ' Q li - , i- ff A is 7 T Er: f - if r L' hfvfi.iff-L ...1, LQ Strandsof Air SCENE.-The Confederate Buryingrground, situated on Loveris Lane, at the environs of the Campus of Emory College. - , TIME.--Commencement, 1916. Twilight. The sun hangs oa:-red! wreathed in a glory of golden clouds. The fragrance of summer foliage hangs on the air.- An occasional couple can be seengat the end of the wooded lane which leads to the Campus. I - e An old crooked Pine leans over the small silent city of the dead, sighing. The spirit of a Sergeant is seated upon the Headstone of an ':Unknown"' grave. His face is covered with his hands. The spirit of a Private is stooping near, pulling idly at blades of grass. The crickets have begun their concert and an occasional bat darts across dark- ling dusk. Sergeant Craising his head from his handsbz Sam, I'm glad itls summertime! VVhen the college fellers an, their gals come strolling down this way . . . it ain't so lonesome, then. I guess I set and think too much of Nell. i A pause. ' I Private Qreminiscentlyb: These clothes o' now a days are built so queer and short. These flaring kind ol skirts recalls the one Matilda wore at thelast Christ- mas ball . . . I often wonder where Matilda is. The Pine Qsharplyb: Disgusting! Look at that young Senior coming down herewith that girl in pink. He's been doing the same thing ever since he's been here. I A smartly dressed youth and a young lady in pink with a white parasol come strolling down Loveris Lane. They are conversing in low tones. Youth: Really, Kate, I can't tell you just how I. feel. But you have always reminded me of Queen Guinevere. I can conjure up your face when the night breeze sighs softly throucrh the branches of the pines. I've been so busy I haven't written to you much, but- The Pine Cindignantlyj: Liar. I-Ie's used the same speech for three years. Youire the fourth girl. ' The Girl: Bennett, listen. VVhat a queer noise the wind makes in the tops of the trees. That's funny, isn't it? Everything is so still down here. Sergeanti VVhy the grouch, today, Pine? The Pine fhotlyj: Iym weary of hearing the same disgusting thing over and f QUNIVEIQSI 1511: gy f0vf""a QE kk, 5 f 3 L-an fl, iI5fFiai 1s.iHels 1 I .5-'L ' ' 1" '-, - .- ' -M W S if cr- "Wig-. "' -"3" "rivf iZG:5:.h'i XI-S 5 5 59 9- ' 4 -'- f'r ,' " " " " " " 9 'J W Q --.-.-41' 'Q W "' " 9- lj ,.f . 5-L Q iii ,M h v.x7,:.- .... .I-.,--5 ...I .a fi. xx, V Q - . . .I i. as A' 'T-., ,,ff"7- Gs- ' ' U .K . , i , , -.,, ,,,, ,,,,, A . , .. . g g .A -- 1' . 1 . ' - ' - ' -'iff 5' ""-' '45, .. 91555 - "JIT ' ' F1 'f!"3f:5V" i JL' -1 'im -1 - fy., '- in 'fm J lil, J .4 "c, k. iii? f' . - 1, A LQ-?a'f'2'f:Qf .1 -l zftlriqggl g - 7' -'-vs P . . C22 iffif-f , " . " A ' A 'ft' f - W it" I 'lj . ,f 4. ln, ' l I ' ' . 4 Kb g J . ' . - : 3 -, . L . I Im: fm. mica, ".,A' 1, Li :Exim i.Sf.::.,14, kr 4 an , V -'- I, - 1,-4: - zu . In-its -'rig-I tm, sh. Y lf. C' R 5-a.. XTi:.fi-f- ' ' ' . :. : T '1f:'3-f - - ' ' - '- - Y 4" 'ff-""i'-"ML-4: - I , I ' r - I v -, . , over again. If you had heard this thing as long as I have,--why every generation is alike. Silly Qings! X ,, Sergeant Cphilosophicallyj: Of course he will forget it all in a month, but he has to-pass through his baby loves. . The Pine: I don't see how the Girl can swallow what he is saying. Sergeant fslowlyj: Youire right, no doubt. But some day he'll'say just what he is saying now, andlgo off for months and months, and keep dreamin' about the gal, and writin'little love poems, and correspondin' with her, and sending her little things., Other gals. wonit look so attractive as they did-. Then he'll get a place as a school teacher and they'll decide they just naturally belong to each other. All heis doin' now is trying out his feelings to see which gal can match 'e1n. L .The Pine funconvincedb: But if you had seen as much as I- Sergeant fwalking discretely away from the couple.. He leans against the Pinej: I guess you aint such a Mathusala or a Solomon. Iive been here fifty years .... Many a man's found that the gal he brought along down here was his Nell, since then. Some of 'em has come back since, and put flowers along here, and talked about the old times. . I ' The Girl: You really care that much for me, Bennett! Are you sure? The Pine fhotlyj: Liar! Liar! Liar! I-Ie's said that before, before. The Girl: If you are real,.real sure, you may, then. The Pine Cragingj: Shame! Shame on you! Sergeant fsighingj: I'm afraid he wonit dream long about her. Somehow you can't when they let you kiss them like that. Nell never did. Private Cstretching wearilyj : If the kid had spunk he'd have taken it hisself. Sergeant fwistfullyj: I wish I could tell ,em about Nell. VVhy before we was married her Ma wouldn't have let us wander about like this.' fThe Youth presses the hands of the Girl fervuefntly, and they depart slowlyj Sergeant: Somehow I can't construct my ideas to thisway o' courtin'. Maybe I've lost touch with the-World, but it seems to me that it cheapens affection. Nell and I was happy, and we never frolicked like this. Private: You're sentimental this afternoon. What's the trouble? Sergeant Qsoftlyj: I dunno. Maybe the Gal looked just a bit like Nell about the eyes and mouth. I wish I could talk to that chap about Nell. A few martins pass overhead. A rabbit hops timidly from the shadows, and in the distance an owl cries qaaveringly. Night slowly enfolds the Lafneg the evening star appearsg an-d the new moon rifles low through the branehes of the rvfns-fee-oz. woorl. ff"'W 'M .1 duulvms D U E3 at .. .3 .... f ., . weary if jjj? gig - QW - - W g igbxw E x A ,H I f ,lf-. 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A X . -. ........ -- . .- ,' i H 9 W! S E ..:.iLL.. " I """"""'- . v' .1441 x I U II-:..'.:s-7 W- 4, J xy?-zs:.:,x5 ul- 'I xi wi wr. " '. L Q w, AA- 12 ,H '44 3-Ffa.. - ur... Q, I A 1 , X 'I 2 I' ' ' 1"':sf'5f"e..91l.5,,,:2Pfr,I . ,I ,,,, ' ,5 l ..1..,,1gi :aJ,,,.-..,ff,-W gm'-' I.. -I t I In i A-11 HJ- ' 1, Al lil , N29 ' 13i Te 1 L .2 f ..Q!5JTf35? ' 'KV L Eg g .5 1' '+I 'N 1-E-Sl X" fffiif- C "I A V .1 : A 3-1 - - V ' . A , . 2 5' ' "r:?S,L,i.-:QE..?.- " -- Q' PI - Q ,h - ' . BIVINGS BROWN CHRISTIAN ENGTIISH DICKEY LESTER Y BOLAND KING I Wearers of the "E" in the College of Liberal Arts FOOTBALL GIIIFFETH SHAW MCCONNELL TEASI,EY ' PATILLO WALKER ' SAFFORD WEEIIIS BASKETBALL PARSONS XVEDDINCTON SHAW WEEMS 'BASEBALL BANKS ' LANE FAIN RUBIBLIZ TRACK HAYS RUMBLE TENNIS HARRIS ECKFORD GYMNASIUM . H AYS V' THOBIAS O. Q. MELTON ATHLETIC MEDAL ' XVAIQKER Qquuuvrgso r A 213 gif sa W tj, crm I xi 9 W U N 5 L m 'e ax 6 ,, Q' A I I fjg mvfnfnscvf ll! " di I W d 1 e 9 ti e gg f'1.3f".-it-rimhg:,.W?' an "J r In r -rl N. AF I K l x tulakwf' Jun 0 ,lf-f I gi 5,2 A ni ' Y t ' , i I v n L nuff' A " 1 " ' ' NV' F ' f fl I L ,4 1 f tl xv-,Il i a 1"v"q?7 45 '.'7ifJ" 3' - N -.5944 . . 'ff 'A' iii- ' be M - V 5 'E' ,J F ' I 1' M1 f E23 ' 1 VH' 5 M 'n 1 1 1 X N -l-ff' wha.. tgilmiir-v "pg - .--,, '.,Ww.- K 4' 1-Ili-V ,fn . liywl FV : In '. 1 51.3 1 U UMW gimiirg g 'f a 5 iM"7 I Erik ' tiefk 1' A 2-5 Ing- :K "" ""' ::T'-.LL-FN5'f'j: 4-- ' A, ,lt B A ggi" V A Q.. Q 1 W - 7 - Q , . A All Emory Football Team Standing P.C. Junior fpennant winuersj A . . .... . . 750 'Freshmen ........ . . 500 Sophomores . , . 250 CHARLES BIVINGS, '19, JAKIN, GA., Backfield. Age, 16. Height, 5 ft. 8 in. VVeight, 160 pounds. Number years on All- Emory, one. A first year man who received his training in the wilds of South Georgia. , - DOWNINAG BROWN, 318, ATLANTA, UGA. Line. Age, 20. lpleight. 5 ft. 10 in. Vtfeight, 155. Number years on All-Emory, one. A man whom NVebb School trained to be a football star as well as a. shoot 'em up. lowing the Ga.-Tech games. ,f I ' U".!.L'fff.v ' '. . I," 0 V xi! IV. C", E243 ,-- 9' N? fgfh , 4' "xg, 5 A . it 4.6- M'-m-u-,fgnm M 114-gg., 2 E,-L xg . :QM-ig.k .a.....--.--H.. 5 E' -' ah ak -2-. -QA 2 . l1.x:'.5:.aZuEi2'fr. X. 'gpfwx nw. V 1. A-6 A fi beam A H PR.111SSI.l1lY CHRISTIAN, '17, NEWXAN, GA. Line. Age, 20. Height, 5 ft. 10 in. VVeight, 158. Number years on All-Emory, three. The surest tackler in school-except on the Monday fol- ug Kr baby 'j- ':" . - -P 1 1 ' R1 1- as A14 H 4 'u xl it 41:11 I L 1 vu gin I I 1 . x ad! 7. 'rl . , ' A ' f f' . N" , ' ' ' C. 'V . ' ' ' i- ' '11 .4 it X - ' 'Air' "c'5Zy f"-31 --I L... ,JA - CZQ QF' -f'-' W H 1 ,J '.ime1' ' 'A--fl: . -hi . x ' v' 51,4-5-,,s,, x ' x - l . - . - I '- . ' ' -fi-1. . 1 ' ' ' " f'f1?"'--'S . . - . ' , . 4. ,p r--Q' '- .-f ' I5 ' In - iff 1 " " 7. ffltiilffii giiflff ?t2i?Jf2RV ' 3W' il 2..E!i iiQ4' f 'b H5 egehgxm ,a L N ,,1- .Q-egl ift.-T35':'i-. 1 , . Xl' h r gl, -" .,,T?,gQrg:,Es:hjEg.f: " n 7 Y . . . , ,. -. Ai! COLIN ENGLISH, '17. .FORT WORTH, 1g'1,.i.. Line. Age, 21. Height, 5 ft. 11 in. Weight, 170. Numbeltyears -on A11- Emory, two. One of the men who do the cfheavy work" on the pennant winning team. W . J. W. GRIFFETH, '19, WVINDER, GA. Line. Age, 19. Height, 5 ft. 8 in. Weight 165. Number years on All-Emory, one. Our fastest 'fat man. and a good, clean sport. ' 1 I I ' NOEL MCCONNELL, Pre-Med., CODIDIERCE, GA. 'Backfield. Age, 20. Height, 6 ft. 1-2 in. Weight, 185 lbs. Number years ' on All-Emory, one. The man who made his team, without a coach, the best Freshman team we have ever had. k . .f""" s1 - .. ,,..: , u ' du '06 '- . .. -K ., KY .... S 5 X. 5 ::- .. B 7: ' "?7'5""" Z! 5 S - - W E !f "Pr WM ss A . 'sg 1" 0 s if a :Wm ..:,....s.-....,..fh,1l l ei D EL 3 1 4,4 W-gum A-mg L - lint .2 IIA, gina I . ' .. . ... . f . -' . .t 1 - f.,a.1.,,,'. A J. -...Q -,. H. .4 Nwx,-.-"' "' - Q f a: V 'V .l W ' A . 195 4-'W-l,i. A xk: 'mpg M ' ifwlwi fig' 122,12 , i 'M ,4n,z?.-aa.Ta2l2Z,z111 .1 efi. - f l. i 5. 'wail A . f ,jx ." !f ff..." " "l! N' -1 , A A"L2"' ffm N ' .wh fr ' :iw-75" ii'R3l1'il 'Y' K6 l ' G m init . J. - v -- l sv- v ' " 1 " "" " .' "?fcv. ,, .-. - ,-mf... l -'sp. ' .".-. . --1 MBL ngA.,J2-.-"5e'w- i-f Q1-'fyh 1:2 ' . ' I :M 5' :Mft "TJ Elf gd' -ir'- G" ""l 'A a vr'-e-b ':f+-fi-2' i --he Le- A.-. ,J - :i ii-fL1 - 7 ' . ' ., A 0 . EVANS PATILLO, 917, WEST POINT, PGA. Baekfield. 'Age, twenty-one. Height, 5 ft. 9 in. Weight, 162 lbs. 'Number years on All-Emory three. The man who cinched the pennant for the - Junior Team. ' - k ' G I VVALTERW SAFFOLD, '19, BROOKLET, GA. Line. Age, 19. Height, 5 ft. 7 in. Weight, 180 lbs. Number years on All-Emory, one. A eool headed, consistent player. X 1. JUDSON SHAVV, 717, NIADISON, GA. Line. Age, Height, 6 ft. 1 in. Weight, 1644 lbs. Number years on All-Emory, one. A player who puts across all he's got-which is generally enough. ff 'NS J 011112. if m f Lg' f " uf' ' 5 1 ff1y' ,b'j00l.sfgp1sc9"'s" -N! J me W "' Q4 E1 ' f- - A-A 'E nw, 1. ---Civ - 'NT U "" 53' X? E . liiii L A ' "" 1 A-A Q Fi 5559 4. 1 I 1 I. . 11 is lf 1 1 1 L1 'I 11 1 ,. 1 1 1 1 A r 1 1 71: 1 1 1 -'P--W , V. - ta. .A In I . .: " ,-. 5r.i,'E.,t- ' "-EZ I, I "f . . . . . . .1 . f F1 1 1 ll HW96 mMnW -Lal W .. ' H41 ig?" "ij ' 2:1-.,-. - ' -- "-FQ, J-F-' -- -- , ,Q ., -- 'A . v . 1 , I A f 4 1. is ,7 4 iw fis-'U11- ux""f' '13 . 1. X 5 -,-' S, , 1 .ini x2Vl f A f 3 ' i K A n K , ,, J , v if P 1 , 5 N If 0...v, . E: ,, 3 , ,f 7 tx 0 vu. 11 1 1 , J 1 I H 1.- 1 Y I I I ' " A 4 -0" ,Q ,egg . 3.12 ll N 'B' G I W . p fig I In J, ,L 1 1 H ' ' 1 a 3. . ' ' ' R I . I I l I ' 'Z' ' if '-Ili' 11 -5- Q-FS l 5'f3?:M1lQ1 . ., . I ,,1.zf,. 11. 3-.15.15gg. nge.,-'-.."41,e'-1,-.14 ga- 3371.1 ' F- 4 1 L-cf!-H 1 'Q '-575 gpm! ,.'M'.. jj., gy 1-.3 1 .ff -. --. y 1 .. . ..,.m,.3 -1 .JL il , . . . 1 . I , 1 ,, . - 1 -- - -' -,,.r,-.f, .g:,--3,111 tw 1-.Q.1!.1-sh 21. :iw-,..,:,!a "eg-.-u 1 . . - vis!-.. -. ,,-. 1 1- , . 3 I k 1 J 1 1 , i H kyU,,:-. 1,--4 .'1- .11 1- - 1- . -1. '..-,- or ' ' I' . A gg 1 iu:. :L 3, I et -'- - i I ., -,g A 1' 1 - , , - . , . 1, L 5 r f- f 1 By- . 4 Nstiu. C454 f "' : 5 LL x AL- ' g Q N ,L-Zigi '- - F W . - 0 - i 1 1 1 1 1 1 JOHN TEASLEY, '19, CANTON, GA., Backfield. Age, 18. red oh the best Freshman team we have ever had. noimis WALKER, us, Q11m1..1N, GA-. Backfielci. -Age, 19. 1 'I-leight, 5' ft. 8 in, Weight, 160 lbs. Numbbr' of years on All- Einory, one. Possumis line bucking helped put the Sophs in the class of stiff competitors for the pennant. ' 1-iowfxiup WEEMS, '17, ROME, GA. Backfieid. Age, 20. Height, 6 ft. VVeight, 174- lbs. Number years on All-Emory, two. I-Iowardis training and practice combine with a naturally superb physique to make him one of the best players here. ' 1 . f-"" mv , -.-- ' 1 1"' du ERS? . , ,." , 1 1l"Am , K .ggi S xi B ' . 1?- 'mg' . i ,hul as +5 1 - al 1 .E .1 H4 rar 1151 Height, 5 ft. 10'in. Weight, 165 lbs. Number years on All- Emorv, one. VVith a varied Prep-School experience, John star- - I i x' " ' -' I- -1. X 1:5-M ,' -..., - I -A:-,Q .ini A I- - --Q f- , , by . z .,. ,- A-J .Q-N gif- A-:.-JE., 4 .., WL- H - F - v V - -. '4.f.:.-'?-1 vs., K , If A.. --4 . - . ,rx L? -, x -X ...N ,-gg.. V .... -svn-'.,'n:gg. - - .,. ' ' L-g'E'ffSrw "I'-sz-slgq '5q4fg,f".- - - I I,-H, ,M ,,,,g:g,,.--A - - 1-1,.,,,. ,-Wi, . W .... A, .I - 'V If p x . 7" ' ' VY? "C, ,I "fre--'Q,L2,f5,f,?'v-rg, , g I , 47,15-,Q.v52'7fZzm ..-'sized Ffffij-rp" 'f . F l Tatu t o ,I,,S,x .-V, V K I., , -YM 17 J ,V 4. I. , N. ,,,,' oil? M 3.-qi, ,S 7 ., I. I., ,1 Q, I - I. 14 B' "' 'K f iw' vi a. I Q T6 ' ' 1 . 1' 4' LJ ' X' M? 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' - Qiim .. .HE F1 ills .,, ff? fi 52 ' : Q 1 - , ' - o Q.,- A M K A - , X- - -ig., 'ggmiufjg of f-W. NWM5 mmQum HW X Jffaf.. vlldam fe A " ' 'V' ""' '11 P .. . .. , w f tl dx f T 'f .. rn 72' ' of . 55- s , r 'if 'A 1 - gxq fu, Ja g? .mug V '-.41 fi! -mimi I l iv A H lk gl W il L h. ., W, I , i ' qx V 4 XML L4 xQ gk L' 'rfw' . E.1E?,,,,5,, M X' lj , kk I bs , X, A' 1 Hn, as r p t Q 4: 1 - Pl .ls iQ: ,wavy I . 4 9 N-1 Q "-Z Az , ' X if , lk ' Bi' ' ll 7 iw gx 1 , Q y n ' S Freshman Football Team , Top .ROTC-NIUCKENFUSS, Asmiw, HANDCOCK, Colucrzn. Second Row--Comm, BLAIR, MCCONNEI., Coavchg BIVINGS, TEASLE1', Captaing McCoxn. Bottom ROYE'-SAFFOI.D. GRIFFETH, MELTON, Managerg LANCASTER, HosA1,r:. Qu! E3 'M f '36 AW Q? cm W x 5 A .3 5, llll f Q 5 f-AE5W' 1! -Z' 'F an ik f o W, '. R :"'4.. 44 ..,..-ZTQ:.,.... ..,, , QL X2 ' z Q-'-1- 1?1l......,.. - al. if W A U N . 2 gg -,-. f mgvqgn-. f, .X Ile- .JL -:fav - I, 5--E :ina .o L w M o 4, aim 4 I: I! r WK xl I If' "" 1 ' V I PQ ' 7? 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J + IR., f?f4i4"1-S-L Q A "' il, - "-L-:gf 1 "'-P -1- ' ,I -1 - 5 --- I Q - O ' f 1 Junior Basketball Team Pennant Winners I Top Row-MCNATT, GARLAND, Substitutes. Bottom Row-VVARw1cK, LOFTIS, SHAW, Captaing DICKEY, WVEEDIS, Manager. UNIV! X' r:v':l 9 , od W 060 ,gf-1 zz.. lllh 4 NL Xa k 1 t Q E 3' 'R X r r w 5- 9- J N Q. K f I, Y 1 X ft lsrmsww as: N f li f"k"'x - Q , r. JN -.1 4' -' ::- ,lr '- H . 'fig A 3 ef X il '7-A ff---Z?-'--M---'DF' ---- A 1-Hi? - A K YF- 'V A E A 7... f.. N., .,,. MQ. J ENS X, 2 V -- A v- - . '-1'-,-..,-...Q . -..... 5, 'V . Q ' 8?-E vw 1 N 9 x X 41? lz?Eg'i'I4M'z"' "'r1n-" ? 31 st'i !' ., l-1 -bk' "Hg ,l X mf? ' 4:4 'w"'?f'f" ' I E n -V Vi ! use 'ti ki I wx: X A 'dr' I v5',,,5fX,,LKV 1 .1, ,Q . -I kr- -1 bn I Ish : g ' : .. 'lf - i 41 mama.: - ' - b' '1 'EW fl' iii? INQ. L 5 'M-'-'R ET-.frlggr-V3 W-fe, aa- LH, ' lzgfi " 7 . Y ., . 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' -- an ' e 7' T ? ' ' Y . 0 - I 1 I Je Q . I . . Freshman Basketball Team WEDDINGTON, C'a.ptafin,' BU'1'1.1.:I:, TEASLEY, MONFORT, HUMPHREY, SPEARS, MELTON, MUI.I.INS 5 . fa E: g aw 1 so nv I . ,fm - g- 'TT , . f . Q -- f' - ee' R J.. Sf , .1 " fgezgg i A A 9 Q-ag... - -1 ,A 5E ,Q -.,, NBS s.-...-fa Q 5 . ?x c Q MST... u.:.q....-sunk.--mgmii:G:s5:.,g 5 5311 S igigligmub-1-.-1.-i...q.. 4, , -L' f ' 1 I' 9 44X W S '-jcfgzfwf' I S w -. y ' T.. -SQ. i H ' X Q- fux my I-fd-'-'gi NE F up Q15 !i.R?5va73wg.g-Ye. xi .1 rxwfmzgyi , E gg, ., vb' N X , I, N l ,L X - - MCCORD, Mwnager. " . 3 'i -4 , 1 Hs . I X 1 1 I X 1 I . 4", 1 5? ,, , "4 ,V 1 4 v ..- Yi f"' umvf . GNN' iff! aw' .jr- ig Gym fHB....a..,4'M2ax-seas:-' HUF'-ro W Y fi f vw , ii, ,- will , H- Z nm Wulf my Mrk 5111 3 ln., RM A B Eh! lu y fpr- A l 6' , N i 4 it W. Wm. f'.S,,t.?v ' ff-xg - -.Q , i p ' "il .' uf, , '1,1.-iQ',gi.s5,g -,L fi 'f .N-5, A , ,, 1 u " 'A H ua l , ,, , , 4' .L Fi' ' ' p 4 , ' 3' "' -L i. 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A I "x, "f ,lab- Senior Relay Team Pennant Wi'lI7l'6?'S Top Row-GOING N ow HAINEY, J UBIPING IJOUBLE HART, LOSING HOPE XNARE, HURRY ON READ Bottom Row-JACK A. Frm, FAST COBITNG IVEY, RUNNING JAUNTY BROYLES, GET NOWHERE I THOMAS, J OGGIXG HAYS, ENSUING ATTAWAY. 0 ' f f I Eb W X 6 WMQ 6 I kk' e S 5 8 il' f-1 l1uu f Q 5 5 lf-A i R156 , uf Q S ,ge ,z'0lsrznsf9"x' -NQL as E WS f lin ,f"' x 'x:. HH, 4 w 'E irc' L- - -M , Ae if - ., -J f- ,, , 3 XA H- 47 af. ." 5- mf.-pm-nqw'Amm,,. ...Z , E x V:-'YQ Q 1:....::....-m... :-,Z .Cf . dr -r 9 S Q 5 'La 'H 'L .LL i H ' f-'lui-.iff-.I E - U .5 I-31:21-:tl ' I Z., my '77 ' I ! um, ,.-Vfsfzmgzziqo Q ' i Q -' , 5 1 .1 1 1 x ,A ' - im . -- Sh -- , !, Vw Q 5 yr i -I .- . . V -- 1 HY' "' 91 1 Wakffbwjgb Sv-P77 ysx-RJ 3, E 'ag Q l g i f L4 , f4 ' M 7' '- 'A -1-' f p g: .- ' 4 17-'g:, V4 J, X55 9 .. 1 , - mg' , ' "'734 'QT54' .1 .. 4, '4l' ,"' , GL " g, J 1, f'C7r"'X' A 'tj - Auf- -Il 0- . 33- .: '- .. .. " r -- ,P i' 'Wir ' ' N'g ? i".f.f-B 51 - . 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' ,L If 'Flmnm mm., M 1 H Y 6 H - 4, IV W W3 if-'f7k'i 9 Eff? 1 hw: riifyg 'gb 5 1 V ' Hr I-ig TTE Q ' ' . , V ' I fx In x T.-,Qu , ny I3 1 n U' A E 1' I V A L ' U' Y' "QT 3 HM 5 4 ' 1' ' I gym-g'V'5f ' ' ' XJ ' -f 4' ' 1 Eff-J, .W J. , . JA 11. ." ' w I' 1 If 1 wg ,',:, ,, gl . ' 2" ' ,M n ' X , 4 , 1' -L 'U Mix ga -W TM-T ...V wk :.- K T TSW, 1 . 1 .. I ' 'II f 1A , ,A M1 Wu, Q5 x,,-:U lx f 4-flu-'iii ef' vw mym,m:2y- yifllg- 'J ' il' i I: Q- - v'- -- xl ' Qmlkx f ,Cf ,: N ' ya 2.-f L , aff- Lv'-, - r, Y . - Q ' XX o o o PU,g111St1C Club STANDING SITTING "LooNEY" MCCORD-"PV'incZ'f-weight. QBATTLINGH MCCONNELL JZ MSPIDERH.KING-PT0Wl0t07'. "JOHN DP BUTLER ccTARUS,'. KNIGIIT-T?'Gi'lL67' cond Dlanager. HSAILOR' BERT RUBlBT,E Jliclclle Wfeiglzts "DOC" GARLAND 3 c6WII.DCAT:J THOIVIAS A ,Q ' , Seconds. ,. REIYA DOROUGII f BSTUFFYH SAFFOLD KNEELING NOT IN PICTURE -4 . GSKIDU SBIITH I G ' POWELL 51 1 - W V. It JUNGLE BILL, ASKEW .. . Sfsters COBB 'l'I'LClglHLCHlIf eng 11 s I X La-ghd We'1T'qlzt.v "PUP" ROGERS 'SLEFTYU T URNER ' f"" v du 506 0 ff 5211 www' Z jf-1-Q3 -iks 5 g Q 4 3 5, an .1 WNW ww Haag A 6,'i'T?'r"E5xsmvY'x' Q , , T ' L. ,J M' m yu - " 5 wt! - 5-Q' , 1 . 1 '- Sf X ,f P 1 :fi if -Kf- u..-.vm- -hu--ul... .....- '.7':'i' I X- fi :JT'f"l "". 31" f ' ' 1115?-21:-111:-wzk Sf-f f fs EL XE fs :Q if Z' -Q' 1 1 U .-fl-f1:112?l- . Ni Q TQ -- 1 -,:'-' WEE' mm -. ,V hm-E., X-N - Jim: .. 5-V' ' XX i- ' - If . lm . E . , . T .,,, ,,,,,, ,,, . , A . '1- - . 1 I - A- A .1 ' '.sef.,.,fi..- '-1-.L afg :,.Qi:1f"' ', ' H 1 ' ff' -H V. f, ' 'ai is at , . u I all 1 lx, jiggggig I " gy" l t -is 'E": - -,-1? QA . A, .Li Z ,lt 'W . 1 , P ' - .Q -, V I ' . Retrospeetion I wandered o'er fresh meadow lands today, And saw the cattle grazing peacefully, Down in thebrook I saw the rninnows play, And. like a boy, I elimbed an old plum tree. O, days of childhood, quite too swiftly flown, O, boyhood's thrill atlfinding blue-birds' eggs In old, gray falling posts, by vines o,ergrown,. And O, the grandeur of two brier-scratched legs. How oft' for these my heart has gone in quest, But every time the. Search the knowledge brings- A My heart is like an old forsaken nest, XVhile memories are the branches where ,it clings., f ' By R. J. B. :Stl so sr' 0 Jim In SQ QB gf F.: ., Q S -. rf M 5 , ,H NX f' t - 5- .- gff E sf , -x X 4 9 1 . E?- i E. "F -' ' xy LZ... "'n-"TT ui , E wf Eixvtglt s. Al? -fl!! iugaky Q7 lm I l N' -. ' , .,-M 'HlH,,,.,. X in . v I Q E E Q H vi gg , ig I , ,M . ff. .-f i . .. ,, 4 .M I +- 4 liawgw, 4 M . 'fl lm 'Sqn Ai. F f .f2?5f'iW?"'A Afiii?-fE!.1i?E5f?WEKS EQSTE-ER " i i:.Jf' " , l 5 H",,' fi -mia: f f .-2:-jkfii i f-:v,::f, : ., :5.':,-T?.:'2'-.E -V -' Z. -Q: lggijsfi A - P ' v ' - s , ' I J 'J- Y' .A I-,N Rf- X ff v-ff 1-" 1-sf" X" . . EL-- lf- A-,,.. , - fls. 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I The School of Liberal Arts ' fEmory Collegej Offers courses in English, Spanish, French, German, Greek, Latin, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mental and Moral Science, History, Political Economy, and Biblical Liter- ature,eleading to the usual literary degrees. This department has a library of 40,000 bound volumes. II The School of 'Theology - CThe Candler School of Theologyj Oiers full and varied courses leading to the degree of B.D. This is a School of Theology, as definite in its teaching as it is definite in its aim to serve the church to which it belongs. The library of the School of Theology is rich and grows richer daily. To it belongs the famous "Thursfield Smith Collection of Wes- leyana," which includes hundreds of the autograph letters of the Wesleys and other Methodist celebrities. ' . 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Ei A ' COFFRED BROS., Proprietors A I 116-120 South Forsyth Street I E A A Atlanta Phone 471. E , 1' ' Bell Phone 471 5 P r: 3 i ' UNIVERSITY AGENT, J. C. UMBERGER - Q , E i . -- tt' li' f- '21 " fi, iio 1 if - 'v u ' rf " rw .. A .1 Q -1' - its . .. E l l it ' ' I M 1 M r 1+ '1 is fu lfill mms. M All all 'll ., .nr --: M ill ' I -' . V 'M ' t i E h ,' - - YOU G M N' CLOTHE We direct special attention to a line of suits at 315.00, 320.00, 322.50, 325.00, and 33000. I These suits are characterized by style, quality, and iit. We guarantee them to carry one hundred cents on the dollar in value. p , - We should like also to introduce you to our Shoes Hat nd Furnishings. - I ' We are thoroughly equipped to meet all your requirementsg and we earnestly solicit your patronage. Q ' A Many people who bought fromus thirty, years ago are trad- ing With us today. ' ' V, S,a GEGRGE MUSE CLOTHI G CO. Special University Equipment In selecting the seating for a University, it is desirable to have the services .of some onevwho is thoroughly familiar with. that particular line of goods. ' A man who specializes in that line and who keeps posted on the latest styles and best qualities can save the purchaser a great 'deal of worry and work. We are general representatives for the manufacturers of the most complete and best line of seating of every description for Universities and other educational in- stitutions. OUR FACTORIES ARE EQUIPPED T0 INIAKE EVERY ACCEPTABLE sTYI,E OF SEATING Fon. STUDY IAIAI,I.s, LECTURE ROODIS, CI-IAPELS, ETC. We employ men who are qualified to recommend qualities from an actual experience of many years. They save the 'purchaser the trouble of going over a lot of unacceptable equipment by selecting in advance those styles and ,qualities which will instantly meet with his approval. The services of these trained and experienced representatives are at the com- mand of all who are interested in public seating of any kind. A CLANTON Sz VVEBB COMPANY ciAlVIERICAN QUALITY!! PUBLIC SEATING, RI-IODES BUIIIDING, ATl.ANTA, GA. duulvms, ,tl 9' S69 QW xg QW' 9 XQ 1, Q B '-'if f A is ' W b tsW lm ml Z ll! A r"""-.515 ..'. ' . ' P- A I A I Eff' ,- -"' - if t ' A 'x A Q s E 4 .,....... ..,.. ' E51 .Ei H 4 -ffl f .U .-f , rs.. IQ - mid I .3 "-...un W',,,f" nf!-.A ' fi I I tfvMmramWWtWffiiaa2xfxfgggiggwm i 1-- l - '1 5 'If 11 I P1 3 fa , . 5 fr , ff W- .iff a wi- 2 af' : T it vm am. 'l A 1 F ' Q if- . rl -9: 1 Q-af 'f C' f V "r'4 'H fi 'UAF """"a 1 11 ' '- '.' t In If ' an , 2- -f"' 1 1 in 4 Y Ji I W' 9"".'n1' if I i' Br ' ' a ' ' 'INN L' ,L I . ' n M 1 ew-' 1 ,V , , A , v i in ,, f 1 k I A' I v 'lm Ai n 1 Y' f.J,'.n 'I i ii' ,ily ,Q HIYUT Tall iLx4',-1-23.14 :ull J ' I Il - lu 'A sv ug: ,Kr 4 a , Q M-.,,-it-"' ' - ,tax Y .., gl 1 -T f 'W F' -. It-1.-.. if-,-, .f-1-, I - I X Q ' ' 7 - 0 I-1 I John Candler, '80 Wm. D. Thomson, '95 Harold Hirsch Asa XW. Candler. '05 CANDLER, THOMSON 81 HIRSCH , - A Attorneys and Counsellors at Law A ' Suite 1430 Candler Building Atlanta, Ga. I , U Q , I RGBT. LEE AVARY I Attorney at Law PHONE MAIN 1284 1118-1121 Atlanta National Bank Bldg. ATLANTA., GA. Hal F. Hentz, '04 J. Neel Reed R. S. Adler I-IENTZ, 'REED 81 ADLER t ARCHITECTS Telephone, Main 1272 Candler Building Atlanta, Ga. Kissing is one way to remove paint. I v She--"How do you suppose the apes ,crack the hard shells of nutsthey pick?" I Q 1 V 5 , V He-"Witha monkey wrench of course." I - "This plant belongs to the begonia family," said the house- wife, who was showing her little conservatory.. - "Ah," said the visiting neighbor, "you'are taking care of it . while they are away ?" ' . A , The teacher asked: "When did Moses live ?". After the silence had become painful, she ordered: "Open your Old Testaments. What does it say there ?" ' i ' A little looy answered: "Moses, 4000? ' ' "Now," said the teacher, "why didn't you know when Moses lived ?" "Well," replied the boy, "I thought it was his telephone num- , ber. ul l if 1 wma 1 ELI! 30 sv I' 1' Y -- " 'XY Q-,fffilfi i se 51 fr 1. it , ii , Hwfsyzwv A '-ff--'-fi V' X :sums-ago' X - .-!.. ' I .I X A X , 15 fflh X A If 0 f",' .lf emi r - B- .ai X W ' ' ' 1 N , ' '15 ax ,. I mx f 1 1 1 t' fl..-111.-1-wiv.-.mmfmhu 1 J 5 S E S 1, h w-1-..-....i....n 4, ci E -. , r' 7 wk Aix lesqyl yy 5 ,, my W ll' 21. fx ,N "lt Mark xml NN X, I . fl K my 5-,X an II,,,,. . vi I JI" '11 ' ' " ' IHWXW " ' ' 'W' ' ll. , 1' ' l .,.,i on ni , ggi- .1 rg, ."f ' A. r y in L N ,x 4 x -..,,. , ,nn , ,M Mn V I '-W 'V' I ' f 3 gk X ' H ' 1 'if 1 A 'Lil l 4 '39, J WW .fVbi:..a..'E':'f4hxe.'amv1 r a " .mis it I 0 i-. Am V14 . . Q' , 3411, I?-, 1 f , X H X Y,-A J, LQ. 1 dv' -,... 111 N rr, -, is '?Is , I L My 3' qt, 5 Y, fu, , W I lyk 4.1 in vu A ,v .Il 'wr-1'-slut lt. 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W 41:, .Tig J gyefq-fgxq' fu if f 'xv'-1-,,1ua.-33 Y' ., in-gy X , A l x,-,f l af A 'r W' ,, 9 v 4, -1 ' K ,i - ,rl-4 Q ft-.,f r if T165 - -A M M My A-f ,L , H T I k l 'll 'li-. '. J ,i , ., , vi iq". " ' ilgwza m I l N M l 1 J Q l A y I 1 "mt .lyrgln 1 ,ki K ' lr, 'Annfgli Q 'a 1- ll- ill .u .U :xl ,Mg 5,- Kf' 1- , , R' ' l lv '1 :: : ? In s. X ""'-" h ,tug-X -.set Who needs a Bank Account P The Wage earner, the professional man, and the home keeperg The business firm, thecorporation, the city, the church, the lodge, the club, The executor, the guardian, the receiver, 'Q Anybody who handles moneyg? And particularly anybody Who handles other people's moneyg ' L Your account will be welcomed at The Lowry National Bank Pryor and Edgewood Bell Phone Ivy 2310 Atlanta Phone 1493 H When You Want Books Write to us for Catalog and price list. The Shoe R Q 11 Q W I' Y We Carry Constantly Electric Shge Repair , the books of all leading publishers, and 2 AUBURN AVE. FREE SHINE WITH ALL REPAIRING Any 130072 You Wan! - at lowest prices. WHY send your orders to distant stores when our stores are ' right in your own section of country. EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING yVork Called For and Delivered we can furnish at 'short notice We Put Them There to Serve You Send your order to us at the store near- est to your home. lt will be promptly filled, and we shall appreciate your busi- ness. L VSMITH ef, LAMAR i Nashville, Tenn. Dallas, Texas Richmond, Va. n :1 g tg, Q :ntl Q 4? We "' 38' 4' 1 KX! 5' f 3 ll' S wif! Q- W A ,K "m,,,.ee lik V1 it fu' -gs- ' 'H' -'xx . I. .- ,.. inf ' KS, ., -. " s f 9 4 L WY- SL X2 2 frf lllU . - - 4 X I -1.-n1-- -1- - - ll, I .-..1..... x W S E ..-., , - .Xa x YJ ,w if ' ' v"I4-:welt . U .1 I-':.::1:etl . ,E,, -or 2. "" A - -'ef .'eg,r3:m11.,-m .-' 1:3 JIPEZAIB l ' my ' ' 7 f l 1 " ss ,J . if ,f H ul l .Q T-..,, ,,,ff"f 3' , I 'i -- me -f - - Niifjjjff ' - l Q ."' 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' -' . - -E -L 'KC 'A I x ng XX 1 WE CAN PROVE IT This wonderful Hoifman machine will' press your clothes far better and cheap- er than any old-fashioned hand iron. TWO SUITS A WEEK-S1 A MONTH ' Main 461 Ford Plumbing 81 Heating Company 13 South Broad Street P r i c e L 0 W Quality High Service Unexcelled Both Phones 206 Wanted-A job as son-in-law to a wealthy widow with one daughter, by a young man of. good appearance and excellent intellectual attainments. All communications received and treated as confidential. Address Box 76, Oxford, Ga. S A ALAN W LLER PHARMACIST S "ThegLittle Store with the Big Service" to All, Especially to Emory Students We Give Them a Discount Prescriptions called for and delivered to any part of the city at any time BELL PHONES IVY 5077-5078 S 106 NQRTH PRYQR STREET I ATLANTA 809 i Candler Annex ...xx 6 UNIVEQJ0 Eff: 9 ' we " QW' Q, KX: ! S f S ll magnum E :-1-izasm-asm C1 f Iiffzii iilnih 'H at "'7i'f' A aa- ezmw p we f Yi A L riiil - 3 X K ty- ,gy t nn 1 , 'is ' .4 - A hy: f u 'y 'I "ri N? 1 ghmi ,ze ' f ' . an f' ,. I -, A - L , 1 fw V1 . at 1' l ' gi?-nm' I I I r l xl K ' 1 ' w X if 1' lr' 'A Ili' I, N ' ' IL 'IAF' ' ll I.: ds ll "1 v tl A ' n w"l1.qv5t li', . V ' 1 ' f "1 H1 " l ll m ll A 11' A '. i' in 'i 1 1 ' 'Y" 4 ' I fl u N l ' I i tl I wllli . hum l H513 iv ,"'l'L 'Ili mln' fi Il ggi . t l Jinfiiil lu vii Qi L42 kg- N I "' N- ! ' "-1 'R f ' II ':' -.. 1 9 K N- -c . A -.., ,.,.. A n 1 ' ' 'Tb' ---'U' X --...Hi ' ' C Emory Univer ity Candler School of Theology ATLANTA, GEoRG1A , ,Q This School was established by order of the last General Conference, and is owned and controlled by the Methodist Episcopal. Church, South. Full courses, lead- ing to the B. D. degree and diploma, and special courses leading to a Certificate in Theology are offered. Summer -Term begins June 21st. . The Faculty Q11 Bishop VVarren A. Candler, Chancellor. Q2j Rev. Plato T. Durham, D.D., Dean and Professor of Church History. Q3j Rev. H. C. Howard, D.D., Professor of Systematic Theology. My Rev. W. J. Young, D.D., Professor of Homiletics and Pastoral Theology. Q5j Rev. VV. A. Smart, B.D., Professor of Biblical Theology. Q65 Rev. W. A. Shelton, D.D., Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament Literature. UQ Rev. Andrew Sledd, D.D., Professor of Greek and New Testament Literature. QSQ Rev. Hugh H. Harris, M. A., Professor of Religious Education and Sociology. Q9j J. Abner Sage, Director Vocal Music. These are without exception men of accurate scholarship, evangelical spirit. and proved efficiency and power as preach- ers. Every facility will be provided for the adequate instruction of the young ministers of the church. - Scholarships Now Available For worthy men who need such assistance, and the Bureau of Self-Help will be at the service of the students desiring to pay part of their expenses by outside work. For further information, address WARREN A. CANDLER Chancellor ATLANTA GEORGIA L uulvfa, Et: 'W '36 si fff' Q6 Cf XX! xv X 3 Ei' I X12 l1h lil ,nl W fa 'rl' lrrr"""i,XL i -., f", v"""""' N1 p " - m T vga fr e, , Dr, " r Xia .. --' il , 5?f -.....1....... X f -'-1::1-"- 3 ' f 'Q' if if .I Q- ,,,g.Q.,r7u'!x9h 4 , U fi , -g. - .- 'aaa-?:ib:'.,e:1, '-Flf Wg- 1 ' NY Q lilly , .sh 'i f A 4 . . K - .4 5, L-. aa . 7 .. 1-'H , ff D .. er his at A - 5 ' 4 at . lf L. . 5 , ftflfllltlm , 3 llllllfla . H' g k ' ' ' 1, a a t .al .QQ ,ADS b'-7'T,-Z I J A - Mfg- -HM A ' . W I 7 - . . - .. rzi,-I Jim- L- : .4- :.,. .AN .54 - ,nl .,r ,,,-3 , s 'I I 4 ,N I ,,,, ,aa Q--:rT',,gv, Q , ,I 1, . - - A. M, '-f fn -' . H -.' -fr . 1 f 'P . ff f.-4' 4 'H - v. iw. .I t . I , 4 h ' -4 V- ., ., n. s ,V x 1 M... - i . I , , l :J-4 . . -5, . K .J 1, 7 .zz a in M " ' J Mt' '-' w f le ,. H . w - '. . ft: i. esp, . , l L 4 '-in . . 3 ,I' A, ' J 31 ' cg. 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We are only a half minute from Whitehall, but we are out of the high rent district, so you will find our prices are uniformly lower than can be found elsewhere. VVe invite you to call. CHAS. S. ROBINSON FURNITURE CO. 25 and 27 East Hunter Street. . 53 and 55 South Pryor Street. Established 1902, and Busy Ever Since. Kuhns Collegiate Photographer I 33 1-2 Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga. Picture Committees are invited to get our prices and see our work. t All cuts of the Theological Department in this Annual, of individuals, designs and . groups were made from our Photographs See our Classy Designs for Clubs, ' Frat Groups and Class Groups Our facilities for Designs and get- ting out large orders is unsurpassed. W. T. Kuhns UNIVU13 ns: W do we "1 Cy .za- s wilt- lsrcnsw ll f fix 5 ft Q LQEU n ,w"""'--,,- - . -. r .Lf Q e xg-.5 t ll , ff: s f i'i:121'.1'g.'-Q: .. i .+A lr. fir' mme-M--WAS-if-frlii El- 'E 5 an an i' 5' t K VW X W s Wim? -t - ' r -t . .. 'I J U-'-' nl 9- yvg .' I-'.-.-.-VI f F 1,5 - 'v 7 -'-ff'f'P?1f21fYv-R WIN l ruicrtiaitt- t ' -4" 99-, T- 1 I 1 dy N J my 1 2 - 1 t. ts Q.. 1 sl sr' -I I ':'- su- 13- Vw a I ' I I y ar a , T ,N x ww. -r uv 1 -x , --H, ww' . 'am 1, , 'W i"'X:' ' f 4 A I wfk',,5v'.EM3'1 J WW! ,.zw..Qaf'Di"4zn,X-as-151-Y f"f-'H 'V sail, r I' glfvn-1: I . X ' 'f Kiwi "VW " ' 1 xg 'fda I I If an .u 'sy v ia. I 'i L. . , ,. it . Wrlni fm. 2-. tw , 2 ' ill' f" . - ff M l I ' I ml 'tu LU fl I'l' -'IM-'f" 4fa4.u1 1' 'x1'ii'fr.:' iii' g.'i"',5 Q ' K X ln In 'U 'U Q' Aj! 1 l ' f J: L, ,, ,Hr 1, .,...r. ,. A . Q J K - -"-' -N "" Z , gif' ,LZ-L . C E i King Hardware Co. Cutlery,5iSilverWare, Cut Glass, Sporting Goods Tools, Stoves, Ranges, Refrigerators T Enameled Ware, Aluminum Ware 'I . I Houseiurnishings, General Hardware six BIG' STORES IN ATLANTA 53 PeachtreeiStreet CMain Storey y 87 Whitehall St, -252 Peters St. ' E 814 Peachtree St. 442 Marietta St. 122 Decatur'St. Columbia Ice Cream Parlor T T Auburn and Ivy U We serve the best drinksg-Our Syrups are made from pure fruit juice We Manufacture Our Own Ice Cream ' FULL LINE OF CIGARS, CANDIES, MAGAZINES I PROMPT DELIVERY - I , A Phone Ivy 7261 ' Vlvy 7262 Atlanta,1752 RUSSELL ELECTRIC ICC. 54 NORTH BRoAD sT. I ' 4 Atlanta, Ga. We are Wiring the New Emory University Building for Electric Lights and Power Li iii - uuwf 1512: 'MS 496 iw me cj' IE: XX-I gg' a Q 8 A 9 E A-rii!EE,2 Keg ii , nf' l Ls"-.Q I - I ' ft' 'vi 1 -"" - fi I it .... S xi Q-. ..... JI- 'ff 2e vff-vfm -'X-frage if S .. if Z' -.' -'ll-:fx-.131 A ax IU ,.f!.zz:ggiI , ,gn -qi ,Q Z S . gi 'lp' 7i12i.'f,'Jqil95' TJ L 2 - :J L fi "-.R m,,,f"" , 2-. 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' LEAVE YOUR BUNDLE AT THE ARCADE The Arcade Restaurant The Best and Cleanest of Food Combined with Ever Courteous Service makes the Arcade an Ideal Place to Eat. At Five Day and Night Points Service 38 Peachtree St. ATLANTA, GA. A Jno. F. Henderson, President. C. H. XVhite. Vice-President. ' M. G. Turner, Cashier. X J. YV. Harwell, Asst. Cashier. Bank of N efznton County ' COVINGTON, GA. Capital SSS0,0'00 We.solicit your account y Whether large or small. Every ,courtesy to customers within the bounds of consistent banking. A F YOU want the utmost in .household furnishings at the lowest pricesg all kinds of talking machines and records, and the most up-to-date under- taking line including embalming, call on C. A. Harwell, Covington. Ga. Day Phone 58. Night phone 59 or 157 L, 'S-. dunlvrg, E: "'-Q9 '36 sw "ft 455 li XQ 6 f 3 E I Q. I f :F X' gk N . uu""'n-, ' ... 'N' '1 gn' " . A' " nf-': S' EJ E ffft' -2 v .. --f . . 5 S 'f ..... 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They let the butcher stop their meatg They made the landlord Waitg V Their grocer's bill they had to beatg The tailor called too late. They let the gas bill go unpaidg I I The laundry man they shuntedg . They kept the Wages of their maidg ' A I A The baker for them hunted. . Q They bought their winter's coal -on trust:- Bills came from near and far. I It used up all their income just ' To run their motor car. 7 l A little gas and a little oil, a I Aylittle Wire and call it a coil. J Agsheet of tin and a 12-inch board Put them together and call it a Ford. Cotrell 81 Leonard ALBANY, N. Y. Official Makers of l o Caps, Gowns and Hoods I To the American Universities from the Atlantic: to the Pacific CLASS CONTRACTS A SPECIALTY I T he Iohnson House ' High-,Class Rooms and Board Especially Good Table Board I for College Boys REASONABLE RATES Mrs. gj. Z. Johnson Manager OX FO Ft D, GA. The Chas. H. Elliott T li e- Company T Largest College Engraving House in the Wo1'1d COMMENCEMENT 'INVITATIONS Dance Programa and Invitations Menus Leather Dance Cases and Cave rs CLASS DAY PRoGRAMs ' ,I CLASS PINS Fraternity and Class lnSBl'lS I for Annuals Fraternity and , ,., y la , 6 XM g f Glass 1-' if ' Stationery t QPHILADELPHIA Est. me ' 0513 Wedding Invitations and Calling Cards Works 17th Street and Lehigh Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. GNNWI' LII 'M '39 we " gf :E KES 551. is iq Ely? l 1 Wllfilg pililln l' ill ,I"'H-xnxx. i -. ,r"', as 1 40' "N 4 ri J' . l 3 ,' , "' ff" , 3- gf iv - M Q , ' S i if???'55-illi. TF Wx- 9 XE 5 cb i' Z' -4 .U ill'-wi':'57i5' 2 r -a 'fl -1:7 . -Q7 I I ..:1Lif5:g.5g,:vf.H VHS ',l. i - i img -A ' .ff l .' " -J . fl - . hi llll i. 2- -'fi ' H ee at fic l . I' - ,- fr.-N C:-Z .'1:..,.l :':'I,1-3ny':,':,.f- --. L-2-K L I-1 ' .SL-at K. b 'L -cf",-1:-f- . - -- -rg-L - .2 N fe- .Q ' .-..-. Gainesville Steam Laundry Gainesville, Ga. r Does LaundryiWork I of the Highest Grade I - . I ' A Trial is A11 We Ask The Celebrated IRIQUGIS Rf-i1NCoAT A Genteel Coat for Genteel People It is light. It is silk lined. It is handsome. It is rainproof. It can be used as a light overcoat. Also heavier raincoats' for those exposed much to rough weather. bWrite for samples and Mprices. s gy I W- giffggkigglli Agent Weatherproof Raincoat Co. I p I, Fuller Sz Porter, Proprietors Office 411412 Law Building gm 359 3 Gainesville, Ga. W BALTIMORE, MD. I igl Qi 1 'I 3 ' . I fi ,Q Q ll ' . 1 y I f.,.fi: -I . :Nl I glfirlllli :lf'l ,'rg, .fl ' I It i , .I TYPEVVRITERS f 2 , Typewriters rented 4 months ifor E135 and up. "'l:f'l5I 'witty' E . 5 I 2 1 Special rates to students. I,,:l2, iiali I 2 I' f ' 'Factory Rebuilt Guaranteed Typewriters from 1.3, YM, i 5 . S18 to 360. Full information in Catalog No, E-40. 4f.,g.. it I I ll I 1 I . Out oftown orders, on either Rental or Pur- I chase basis, given careful and prompt attention. 1 - I ' I I 'The catalog is free and involves no obligation. s 1 Q , R Send for it. I I iw. 'N , P 4 1 I I ' 2 A ' A I AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE COMPANY I -. , I I I. I 48 N. Pryor, Atlanta I . , - l 1 f ' I ' V - ' .IA - ' I I ' ,pf-:Jai -. ,f"'l ER ,fi -' ' Q V 5 'I I IV ' f .... 5 a fs- at -2+ if- ' V 1 Q - 5 XS Q5 .5 i 4 I ,J so so IFA, sth rfb li N Q ti - t- 1 f ' fi 1 ,,5::" '1t ' 'f AQ ' -1 Nl. 1 J' -A ." " 'W 'f 1 fd "1 fa .rvUT' li-?s h j 'ff . ,. .. ' 1 3+ I W5 . , , ., .. ,. Mk - its g',lMl.f-5 f-- T ww .-.. llllllllulll -1 Ivi:k?al1iu"il:bi?1t'1f-1 523511255 ' 5- 3572 -+1 Ngf Cl'Eff,,j, e Zi-'TL J-1-af.. i-.- ,-'ijt-i' L lb l l ilpiil g f ' ' ' R I '1-- . - , . . :.-K 5 9'1s" if - - 1 F - 1 , -f - - N "1----Q:-......,l , A n '- . o An Exalted Position Realized This Store is not only destined to occupy an exalted position in the commercial arena of Georgia, but such has already been realized. . - W This Store offers to the Student Body of Emory-past, pres- ent and future-their friends and their friends' friends, a selec- tion of L ' A . i I Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes and Sporting e I Goods oi Highest Class Materials, oi up-to-the minute modes, and at most reasonable prices A share of your patronage most courteously solicited for the present and coming seasons. t - Parks-Chambers-Hardwick Q T 37-39 Peachtree CQHIDQHY Atlanta, Georgia Beas Honest With Yourself As We Are With You . When your eyes call for help bring them to XX HW- iXEii usg if they can be benefited by an optician we ..1. 5 XX C can do itg should they need the attention of an Q. -5 ' . --ff " 2 ff I lf Q , ,. .Sr-N oculist we tell you so plainly. - . We positively will not furnish you glasses unless they are absolutely suited to your eyes. If A Thousands of people will verify this state- ment. Why? They have tried us. - Y Walter Ballard Optical Company K 85 Peachtree St. tClock Sign? Atlanta, Ga. - lt' Q- QQUNIVIQJ. E11 f an :gil SY ! 3 ii 1 4"a,f'2fae ,xiii ra, ll . ',,,,,-.4 1 - fm f- 1 i Q ff! I 5 TL: ' tb , V N. e Q A 3 "Fifi-"'J5' -Y ?-'LY "- all ...g--I-"""M""lZ s:.'5'5.f'fZ 5 Xi l K5f'f4:1'i'EA7iw i 3' t 1 .A I .-T:-'-:. ' - , . , , -fy ul .,:155e'z:-,,r..H 'W X 'll-5'JZf'J2lR!l! 1 ' . i ' I ' 4, ll. , 5-5 'li -' ,I H - ,FL f I H 1 di I L SS '-.uv I Mp' I Eta. rldfi I I I , A , - xx .,., ., . . - ff - ' w, r 1+1z::f'1' --QQ' . ' ' f Q it .L .i ,-492. JV ,,. , ,YS .,. A. !bH3Pg2.r r- , 'ly ,a 2w?l'X'gll :, l.. . s iv N an 25' -.:-rf . H- f . .a , wb,-' 'if 1-Ayr! ' L. - ! In -wr . r- y, -vw' V1-M :L qi is -I 1' H li r - i rf - H of- J' an e inf sf A rv lilftlt " anim' ' - ' ' :f'i?.fq.g-2-'A I - r -4 , V X ,, I., , ' '.,, W ' 'M . ',' 13. 1- an l3-.'::f- ,zz 'hi " T nl 0 , ll 1 i t f 139' - 't 'l M- A ,- i s-A-f, , .a 721, . -- lj: L li it H 11-if 2 vigil 2' '-1 "1.1"L--,,f- . -"'T"' C 'M :.,: '11:+., . .. ' - ,, , , 1 l - P ' A -4 Y -. . ollegelVleninBu iness Earn 1, 00 to 02,500 a Year One half the college graduates at the 'present time enter business. And why? The new civilization, the enormous com- mercialrdevelopment of our country has made Business King. President Wilson Recently Said: l "The question is, what part is the university going to play in preparing mens for commerce? It is not going to teach them the mechanical dBtails and methods of business. The business of the university is to-teach the head and not the hand," p Attend Bagwell Business College I The college. man who wishes to fit himself at the least ex- pense to get a start in business cannot do better than to invest several weeks at a small cost in acquiring a mastery of steno+ graphy and typewriting. These accomplishments will 'enable him to obtain a position that will pay from 31,500 to 32,500 a year. chanier shorthand 0 Taught exclusively in Georgia at Bagwell Business College, Atlanta, has made it-possible for shorthand to be learned in half the time required for the old Pitmanic systems. Some of the best in the South are Bagwell graduates. We would be glad to confer with any who may be interested. V Address Bagwell Business College 34 Luckie St., Atlanta, Ga. duulvfas :ssl 9 '-FBB0' WT r:-3 XS! Y ! 3 ,K .milv!5la r ills , ",f 'f""-.5-LN, .. . , . . -rx--' 'rl .-' N -P" , - it - - l 1 f. . fs... -f..e:f5+v 2 ss . ff- T gn Kg 5 +fr- HEC ' ', ,ax ,, ,.SQ55i5:!rEll' N 'E -Q, :is , - ' -.E""i'l'f"4 . . 1 I b"f. ."'J"1V ' ' , - -T ml in Er' ' A. "Mis-t ' J S - fl L Q 'L Q H, ,,,"' ae.. ' L4 I ,U Zn ., H:-53, .XM .ii ..-, ku- : i w . . . nl in H 5'9lfl?n,miff. 'm l MWTP! ' ygx A4 x I my-, my 11:14 I' , Y I K 'V "QQ 1 3 .. .9 2 -it . ' ' RW: 'C 131453, ' Tw ', f 'tml'-f' 'N , 1 1'7Ygs.nf'f'5'1 ,- wn"!"vf .ri . '- ' MN? X . -ip"-Q '.- '. ' - ,NJ .. 4f,.7,r - ,F'14v.,, . ,,,, -' ,. r,4ln,. ,, T 1 1 -. ,. Q 1 Jw: ,sf ' r u f 1 - gf -I ff W3 :Q : 1 tt f I 1-2 -rr H '-ff, ff - ., 4- 1 .5 . n , A a ' , sl- , rt, um t, - , Il' ' . ' " " ":"'5- We .A-. - 4- - ' .1 -v, L, . 1 '.' 1 1-HQ 1 K " , ,hggea ' , all -'xfifa3-11Hf- 'I+ '-timei'4.f,g.f1g?f. ali'.:sQl,.fiw12PEiA Wind' - ,- ll- if-I KET' 1 '-3-f ,f ,b t-:3-f,.f e s X A ' lF -L: 5- gg- L . - - -. A M IL, A5 P' Q Q RECORD OF 1915 In the year ending December 31, 1915, the "Oldest Company in America" Paid Policyholders a total of 367,978,329.32 This sum exceeded the total amountereceived directly from policyholders by 3F8,723,036.35. During the year there was an increase in the amount ot new insur- ance paid for, in total insurance in force, in assets, in reserves, in total income, an increase of over One Million and a Half in total interests and rents, and an increase of nearly Two Million Dollars in the Company's contingency reserve, or free sur- plus. On the other hand, notwithstanding a full year of war, there was a material decrease in the mortality ratio tadtual to expectedl as compared with that of 1914. Insurance in Force. S1'636,538,117.00 Admitted Assets, 616,528,254.00 Net Policy Reserves, 503,227,820.00 'Total Income, 88.251,707.66 Total Disbursements, - 1 81,375,494.91 The total amount of new insurance paid'for during the year, including divi- dend additions, was 3148,176,711. If we include revivals and increase of policies in force, the total insurance paid for was S160,882,145. The Mutual Life Insurance Company oi New York 1 R. F. SHEDDEN, Manager, Grant Building, Atlanta Ga. - Little Lucy came home from Sunday-school saying the new verse she had learned: "The Lord is my chauffeur, that's all I want." A ' 1 Prof. Mizelle: "Translate the sentence, 'Haec Galliiam im- portant? " ' . t , Bill Cotter: "Hike into Gaul, it's important." 'You know our engagement is to be kept perfectlytsecretf' She: "Yes, that's what I tell everybody." ' t e If some of the female angels can't play the harp, any better than they can the piano, heaven isn't going to be such a fine place. HURSTON HATCHER makes photographs for the Theological Department of Emory University dUNlVfgB. :nil 'tif 30 W 3' Q' xx, xi f 18 EE' mil ff 13 lla ' un.,..,s,N- ' I", -'x ,,' f' 4 ,, .- .. W! 5 Q he if f' +G, ' L '- Eu 3 ' "E ' f,.b:' 2 2: A , Q sg X9 nfznisp'-.el ...,: . - S, -- :.. fa..-.......-w.....,.,,, 5 5 EL Xe? 5 i5i,g51BLmgi " .1 Lg-1 2'6 "f"WS?2S:e.2g W U S Ei 'qi is in . . 1 x .3'.:.:3 .. , J .sa 5 " X1 -' . ' 'V I 1 . 7- - mv, - su . an 11,1 f -- - QA- J I - M, . .n ,. , - . ' A ': 4 : . . A . Q. :I "fi L' , . . r' . ' ' 4 . XL : ' 1 . . - I de my '.:Q-.aft 52, .iqugl jvggil LIL wi" J lmlmffwn. '- i I . ..'. ... ,... -I .-'-. . ....' 1 . : ' ' -' -, a . U ll ' I l l '?'lK"i.nL :A ?:3-"':'1-. ' :::-q-1.?Jys:1':-..- , , . L I sex frztsf-Lu A . -.D V 4 - K V -5, 4--G. - , V - , , .2 -G, ,.---'L-QL.-. - , - . 7 2 . ' A - ' . . Boland Brothers OXFORD, GA. ' High Class Printing Class and Letterhead Stationery a Specialty ' STUDENTS RATES Wilson Novelty Co. School Supplies, Novelty Goods Fine Stationery--Magazines Picture Framing a Specialty Washington Bldg. 202 Monticello St. coviNGToN, GA. p 4 Photographic Work OF THE HIGHEST ORDER is DONE BY HIRSCHBURG 81 CLIFTON College Work a Specialty. 34 1-2 Whitehall st. Atlanta. The Quality Shop Smith Printing Co. PRINTING AND BINDING COVINGTON, GA. W We Solicit Your Patronage. YOURSETO 'SERVE YOU, I W. W. ST. JOHN Jewelry and Stationery High Class Watch Repairing 1 cov1NGToN, GEORGIA A. H. FETTING Manufacturer of GREEK LETTER FRATERNITY JEWELRY I 213 North Liberty St., Factory. No- 212 Little Sharp St., BALTIMORE, MD. Established 1872 , Excelled by None E. A. Wright Bank Note Company E ngravers-Printers-Stationers Oflices and Factory: Central Store, Broad 8: Huntington Sts. 1218 Walnut St. ' Philadelphia Pa. Manufacturer of Class and Society Pins, Medals Auto Service DAY OR NIGHT RATES RIGHT ' SEE ME Commencement Invitations Stationery Dance Programs Diplomas E. M I H Menus Year Book Inserts ' Leather Souvenirs Novelties Wedding Invitations Calling Cards phone 144. . Covington, Ga. E51 'QV vt wa " C, gf.. I .. , - ,uk i' E ',m"" WW' X 1" " 11 f 1 --':' . .., -iiJ'X mg 33113 3 N 2 -Ling...-.,.: , , Q-, 'it .. "'f"""""""'n""""K J., A K 3311 xg I ,,'---x,, -.1-...........w-wa... ., I ft- lIlVf, 'I w . W! Q 3 55'---i1Qz m?xix J.. N J 5. x P' g Q Q ' N Y' I X 1n'l I l s - K 'im .E a , 5 5 I to a a st a 75. t t s a e - 5 1 W 4 - x 1 ffl W 1 tt M --J k,,'V,,bhk,, 2.55 '11 hm, s ' -I ,F Q, 'L 'P so . fx ,X X I H' W V I 1: 'LV yt, If ' ' 6215, A ' 2' 1 ,aZ .?'jW1P4x 'fffny n ' AV' 4 n 1 v 05' '51 .x w ff.. ,wa it Ra-:fa if. BP me I ,dz av. 0,-.Q ' 'IQ' 7, al 5 Si v , L. M ' X x 5- 1 1 vr I Lf L I s ' ' J 1' V W J W A , F K' X t' l,UAg', 'PP M' 'P' x""su'1'f ' tl ' 1? I ' gf :H 11,1 'iff' N- ' mn 5 1 1 ss at N i ,. 5 1 J, , L 1 ...,-. t tr 4 , I i X np- 1 W1 N' X- --- 1 , "'----. '- ... ...,,L f B:-n 2 j-sw . 1 P 4 "bL+-, Xa. A ,- - ' 0 - - White Barhe1'Shop . W. J. GOBER, Proprietor t Covington's Best Tonsorial Establishment Our Equipmentand VVorkmanshio second to none ' BATHS: Hot, Cold, Tub or Shower What it takes to make you look h h o sweet, We've got it . PATRONAGE OF STUDENTS SOLICITED AND VAPPRECIATED - We're on the Square t oov1NGToN, GA. f"'umvf , M' ao" Q 1:-zu Ei 9' E 47 I I ff 'f tfwpfiie Ati' X VA il .,--,X , -. ' .f' . if V- v I, . . E .rf L -1 fgw I i. NW ' :firm - EL A , kg I . Q Q 8 2F22-E-if' Tai . NL- "' -"""""M"lWZKEz-.'-if.-ri 5 if!-4 xg is Em"'R?2'S 11. .1.- f , -'r:T":T"' Q . V! V cg- :--.'..g' Ng 5 111 QQ i Z -.'f'f1r:-.1.-1- 1 . U .9 :-.ft-1-2. A - J.. -vt - -1-r . ...M I ,.:,,gffyng,v.-,K -' :'sw,1:mxv- u ' i QQ '5 Vg . I x l '4 I . ,. 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J 5 clined to consult my solicitor about this."-Gold Illustrated. 1' J'1lff?i ilif' 4 ' 'li' ' i It I H l 'lfw I i ' xv fi . l il WV , it . l l 1 , . It . il ' ji p I I .I DAVID W. YARBROUGH I - 7 y ' 1 . S - Q . pi f Plumbing-Steam,Vapor and HotWaterHeat1ng 7 V 10 Equitable'Place ATLANTA, GA. Phone Ivy 493' ' i - - - - -- :E f y Ipyv y I ' J . . - :iii . Alig ifiilae ra, att :ii IV - si y . 1, i 1 ' Y' '- r . H ' writ A aw. .ffl-Q. ...Q ,, -"':21'?-7 "J L :-'51 . . L ,,,.- f lgrhgf Q . 1 1 ! u In L 4 6' intfhf'-N .-.:-.- rf, . -I ..-,. 31- ., -1 . Ip, ' il ll lf il V-pp, M 1--l 'l , sf ,..mllWlJQ H , . Tffn-fffew' 55""55"l'1' 'Alkali3'f'-'2f.'ll-tilf '4' "' 'll 'fi "-""'lN EN--fi -E..-lt+32Liii,.4Q !. T:::T"'T-3 x 5:1-V xv' -ng., W' "4" t i n y ' 1 ll ' En-5 5 4 ' I QL - f 5 We f at ff are V- U - . ' WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of COLLEGE ANNUALS 7 l E TAKE a great deal - -A of pleasure in announcing that all Work connected with n this annual was produced in U our plant. lHNote the excellence of the O L binding, the quality of the printing and the clear, high class engravings. l O JohnsoneDallisCompany A ADVERTISING AND PRINTING 128-142 MARIETTA ST. -" ATLANTA GA WE ALSO SPECIALIZE IN COLLEGE CATALOGS rg, PM 59" QP 2.3 S6 A W A ww., ,in V .L 2 ,,.' q -- rf- , .ar - 2 , 1 '. '--f.:. : , 9 . 5-1,-., ' sv 21 A A X A 5. g,S,'Iaj1,? : 55 2 ' -f:21:5g,'-.,:- .. M?-f U I f if-l n' ii5Wi!if5'-x5'f2 5 QL XS f K3i'f"1i,j-Q i' IL. I r If ..:..-TT... Q W Q Q Q ifzfgrf , -Q' y .-, - to i 4 -4, -li-:Q-.-ala ,U .fl-Z-:513E!" E E, . U9 'igz' -,+-ef -. 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