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Dr Elkin was born in Lancater Kentucky April 26 1858. Having completed his
preliminary education in the schools of that city he entered Centre College at Danville,
Kentucky, where he graduated A. B. in 1879. He then entered the Medical Department
of the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated in 1882 in the first class to take
the three years' course. The same year Dr. Elkin came to Atlanta to take up the practice
of his profession. From the very beginning his work was conspicuously successful as it
has been all through his life. His-thorough training, sound judgment,,untiring industry,
and remarkable ability to make and keep friends brought him rapidly to the front among
l1is contemporaries. From the beginning of his medical career he was deeply intcgested
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in medical organizations and education. In 1884 he organized what is now the uton,
County Medical Society, and during the same year he became connected with the Southe
Medical College as Demonstrator of Anatomy. In 1898, when the Atlanta and the Southf
Medical Colleges were consolidated to form the Atlanta College of Physicians and. Surgeo
Dr. Elkin was retained as Professor of Operatlve Surgery in the new institution. Upona,
the death of Dr. Hunter B. Cooper, in 1906, Dr. Elkin was chosen to fill the chair of
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Two years later these cha.irs were separated and he became
Professor of Gynecology, which position he continued to hold until 1921, when he gave up
teaching to confine his work to the office of Dean. .
Dr. Elkin became Dean of the Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1905,
and from this time until the present day, through his continuance in this office, he has
been able to render unsurpassed service to medical education in Georgia and the South.
He was continued in the office of Dean in 1913, upon the reunion of the two schools to
reorganize the old Atlanta Medical College, and two yearslater he was still retained as
Dean when the college became the Medical School of Emory University.
For many years Dr. Elkin carried on his surgical work in his private institution, first
under the name of the Elkin-Cooper Sanitorium and later as the Elkin-Goldsmith Sanit-
torium. He is at present Division Surgeon of the N. C. 81 St. L. Railroad and local Surgeon
for the L. QYN. Railroad, the Atlanta Joint Terminals, and the American Railway Express
Company. He is a Fellow of the American College of.Surgeons and a member of the
Fulton County Medical Society, the Medical Association of Georgia, the Southern Medical.
Association, American Medical Association, the Southern Surgical Association iandf. ,... ,the
Americal Railroad Surgical Association. He has held very important positions in railroad
companies and insurance companies in the past. He has been active in- every enterprise
for the upbuilding of his chosen city, being Director of two banks and in 1909-,IO President
of the Capital City- Club. In 1887 he was married to Miss Nellie Duncan, of Lancaster,
Kentucky. ' . it p
While our Dean has always been a man of thrifty methods and sound business judg-
ment, which have netted him a goodly share of worldly possessions, he hasgno quality
which has been more prominent than his generosity. He can always be ,depended upon to
give more than his share to any worthy object. His ,donation of 35,000 in .iii 1910 to the
college laboratories gave them such equipment as to greatly raise the rating of the insti-
tution in the American Association of Medical Colleges.. A short time before this, ,through
the efforts of Dr. Elkin, the school had been thevrecipient of 325,000 from Andrew Carnegie.
Dr. Elkin's interest in the Medical School has remained at the highest pitch since he first
became Dean, seventeen years ago.
Emory University is fortunate in the possession of such a man for Dean as William
S. Elkin. His rare medical training and experience, his executive ability, his knowledge
of men, his wonderful tactpand high 'idealsggive him peculiar qualifications for the position
which he fills so admirably. Hisintense-'interest in everything pertaining to the school
and its advancement, his cheerfulnesls and ifrnlimited- store of human sympathy endear him
to the faculty and student bor' -.gglikegj Emory long continue to profit by his good
sense, may he for many ve' " 2 " "' his smile.
. ' Q FRANK K. BoLANn, M. D., "oo,
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' GEORGE A WILLIAMS ' Editor-in-Chze
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BOOK I. THE UNIVERSITY
BOOK II. ACADEMIC
The Graduate School
The School of Liberal Arts
The School of Business Administration
BOOK III. MEDICAL A
The School Of Medicine
BOOK IV. TIIEOLOGY
The School of Theology
BOOK V. LAW
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BOOK VI. ACTIVITIES
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HE first school of what IS now Emory University was founded in
1836. This was Emory College, "Old Emory," at Oxford, Geor-
gia, which in 1914 became the School of Liberal Arts of Emory
University. The first class was graduated in 1841, and the institution
continued as a small college until it was incorporated in the university to
which it gave its name. The beautiful old Oxford campus was given over
to the use of the Emory University Academy. '
In 1854 the Atlanta Medical College was founded by 'physicians and
other citizens of Atlanta. The college was successful from its beginning,
and numbers among its graduates prominent and successful physicians and
surgeons throughout the South. With this- school was merged the South-
ern Medical College, in 1898,-the new institution taking the name, Atlanta
College of Physicians and Surgeons., In 1913 this school combined its
resources with those of the Atlanta School of Medicine under the old name,
Atlanta Medical College. A year later it became the School of Medicine
of Emory University and entered into a new period of increased resources
With the founding of the University in 1914, the Candler School of
Theology was organized. It is the only divinity school within the bounds
of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, east of the Mississippi River,
and from the very first has been one of the pre-eminent schools of this
kind in the country. 1
At varioustimes in the history of "Old Emory" a law department had
been maintained and in 1916 a school of law was organized and endowed.
This is the Lamar School of Law, named for one of Emory's most illus-
trious sons, and already one of the strongest law schools in the South.
In 1919 the trustees of the University, realizing a need of other courses
of instruction and the better organization of existing courses, established
the Graduate School and the School of Business Administration. Both of
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Thus it will be seen that the Emory of to-day extends. the traditions
and usefulness of institutions which are rich in history and combines with
this that of modern. methods which has been proved worthy. Situated on
a new and beautiful campus, with more than a national patronage, and
enjoying the generosity of her loyal sons and other benefactors the New
Emory bids fair to become the University of the Southland for who of
the founders of Old Emory ever dreamed that today she would dwell
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MR. T. K. GLENN .
MR. J. J. GRAY, JR. .
REV. L. D. HAMILTON .
REV. I. C. JENKINS . .
BISHOP JOHN C. KILOO .
REV. A. J. LAMAR, D. D. .
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President of the Urriverwity E
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Dean of the School of Theology
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Dean of the School of Law .
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THEODORE H. JACK, A.M., PH.D. Q
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JOHN GORDON STIPE, A.B. E
Registrar of the University S
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Treasurer of the University 5
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GORDON GLENN ALLISON, B.S.
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WILLIAM W. ANDERSON, M.D. :
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GEORGE BACHMANN, M.D. ,
Professor of Physiology 5
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Assistant Professor of Biology
RODERICR HENRY BALDWIN M D
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FORREST MULLINS BARTIELD MD.
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JAMES REY BARFIELD M.D
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NOVATUS L BARKER, MD
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A. RICHARD BLISS, IR., PILG., Ph.Ch., A.M., Phm.D., M.D.
Professor of Pharmacology
EDWARD BATES BLOCK, M.D. l
Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry I
FRANK KELLS BOLAND, A.B., M.D., F.A.C.S.
Professor of Surgery
JOHN FLETCHER BONNELL, A.B., A.M., Ph.D.
Alfred H. Colquitt Emeritus Professor of Physics
XHAROLD MATTHEW BOWCOCK, B.S., M.D.
CLARENCE EUGENE BOYD, A.B., A.M., Ph.D.
A Professor of Greek
GEORGE HUGH BOYD, A.B.
Instructor in Biology
CLIFF C. BRANNEN, M.D.
Instructor in Surgery IOrthopedicsl
MONROE FRANKLIN BROWN, Ph.G., Ph.Ch., Pl1ar.D.
Assistant Professor of Pharmacology
PAUL EASTERLING BRYAN, A.B., M.A., LL.B.
Professor of Law, Secretary of the Law School
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Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence
WALTER TURNER CANDLER, A.B
Lecturer on Banking
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ERNEST S. COLVIN, M.D.
Instructor in Clinical Oto-Rhino-Laryngology
M. B. COPELOFF, M.D.
JAMES I-IORACE COULLIETTE, A.B., A.M.
Instructor in Physics
ZACK S. COWAN, M.D.
Instructor in Medicine
HERSCHELQ COBB CRAWFORD, M.D.
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EDWARD CAMPBELL DAVIS, A.B., M.D., F.A.C.S.
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WALTERVB. EMERY BS. M.D F.A C.S.
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JOHN BAKER FITTS A.B MD.
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ARTHUR GODFREY FORT Ph B M D
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ROBERT HILL FREEMAN A B LL B.
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JOHN FUNKE M.D
WILLIAM L FUNKHOUSER M.D.
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LEWIS MCFARLAND GAINES A.B. B.S MD.
Associate Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry '
V 'WI-EUGENE ELMORE GARDNER A B I
Instructor in English
CHARLES GLENI ILLE GIDDINGS M D.
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WILLIAM S GOLDSMITH M.D FA C S
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WALTER CLINTON GOODFASTURE M D
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WILLIAM STOCKTON NELMS, A.B., A.M., Ph.D.
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CHARLES HEIMAN PAINE, M.D.
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FRANKLIN NUTTING PARKER, D.D. i
Professor of Church I-Iistoryg Dean of the School of Theology I
JAMES EDGAQR PAULLIN, A.B., M.D. ,
Professor of Clinical Medicine
JOHN BRADBURY PEEBLES, B.E.
Professor of Applied Mathematics and Engineering E
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Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy E
WELDON E. PERSON, M.D., F.A.C.S. V E
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CLINTON REED M.D.
Instructor rn Surgery fSyf1hrlrs and Genito-Urrrraryj
HERBERT LINDLEY RFYNOLDS A.B. M.D
Associate Professor of Medicine
ROBERT CLINTON RHODES A.B A.M Ph.D
Professor of Biology
CHARLES WESLEY ROBERTS M.D.
Associate in Surgery
JAMES WILLIAM ROBERTS Ph B. M.D.
Instructor in Gynecology
STEWART RALPH ROBERTS AB MSc M.D. FAC.P
Professor of Clinical Medicine
LISLE B ROBINSON M.D
4ssociate in M edicine
DUNBAR ROY A.B. M.D. 1-7.A.CS
Professor of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and Clinical Diseases of the Ear
Nose and Throat
' DOUGLAS RUMBLE AB. AM
Professor of Mathernatrcs
CHARLES EDWARD RUSHIN M.D. '
Instructor in Surgery
- HENRY CLIFF SAULS M.D
Assistant Professor of Medicine
. SYDNEY SIGFRIED SCHOCH MC M.D
Associate in Pathology and Clinical Pathology
' ARRY C. SCHMEISSER A.B. MD. Ph.D
Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology
WILLIAM ARTHUR SELMAN B.S. MD. F.A.C.S
Associate Professor of Surgery
WILLIAM F SHALLENBERGER, A.M. M.D., F.A.C.S
Associate Professor of Gynecology and Clinical Gynecology
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' HUBERT SIIEPI-ARD, M.A., M.S., Ph.D., D.Sc.
Professor of Gross and Applied Anatomy
SAMUEL LAWRENCE SILVERMAN, D.D.S.
I Associate in Surgery K Oral and' Dental!
I ANDREXV SLEDD, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., D.D., LL.D.
Professor ,of Greek and New Testament Literature
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RAY KENNETH ASMATHERS, B.A., LL.B. E
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5, Instructor in Surgery E
2 JOHN MARCELLUS STEADMAN, JR., M.A., PILD. E
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E LUCIUS WELLBOURNE SUMMERS, B.S., M.A. E
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E WILLIAM ANDERSON SUTHERLAND, B.A., M.A., LL.B. I
5 Professor of Law I
E J. DOUGLAS SWAGERTY. i
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E COSBY W. SWANSON, M.D. if
E Associate Professor of Medicine fDerrnatology2 I i
E CLIFFORD GRIFFITH THOMPSON, B.S., M.A., B.D., Ph.D., D.D. 1
E Professor of English Bible E
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DANA PORTER WELD, B.Sc., M.S.
I Asssitout Professor of Chemistry
WILLIS F. WESTMORELAND, M.D., F.A.C.S
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GOODRICH COOK WHITE, A.B., A.M. '
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SAMUEL COLE WILLIAMS, LL.B., LL.D.
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' . . WILBUR HESNKIET YOIiK,' A.B.' I
'Asswtaut Professor of Chemistry
S 'AWILLIAM JAMES YOUNGQ D.D. 'A
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WILLIAM WALTER YOUNG, A.B., M.D.
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dred thousand dollar gymnasium Was beautifully decorated for the occa-
sion and about live hundred were present. President H. W. Cox and Miss
Dollie Dubutante led the grand march."-From the Atlanta Smootch, of
November 20, 1935.
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"Yesterday was a great day for the football team of Emory Univer-
sity. Before a crowd of 4o,ooo spectators, which taxed the capacity of the
new stadium on the campus, the Methodists defeated the strong Leland-
Stanford team, champions of the West, in the greatest intersectional game
of the decade. The captain says that the sight of Bishop Candler, the
chancellor, Wearing a skull cap in the grand-stand and cheering with all
his might helped them more than anything else to Win the victory."-
From the Police Gazette, of November 29, 1940. '
"The fact that all students of Emory University Were given a Week's
holiday in celebration of the football team's recent victory over Leland-
Stanford recalls tothe editor the great difference in opinion that has come
over the administration of his alma mater since he Was a student. Just a
few years ago, in 1922, six or seven seniors failed to graduate on account
of lacking one credit point due to the fact that they Went home to see a
sick mother or something like that, and lost a credit point for their ab-
sences."--George lVIacDonell in The fltlanta Constitution, December 1,
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A.B., Wesleyan College, 19122 Chairman, Graduate School, Vice-Chairman, IQZIQ In-
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MAUDE HARRIS, A.B. M.A.
S Madison, Ga.
A.B., LaGrange College, IQISQ Diploma in Piano, IQI7j Graduate Editor, THE Emomr CAMPUS, Sponsor, American Legiong French Club, Instructor, Emory University Grammar p
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HAROLD COOK ATKINSON, B.S. g
Newnan, Ga. E
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Vidafa Ga. n L
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5 The Emory Wheel, 145, Military Order of erit, '135, ,Varsity Rifle Team, 135, Class
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Military Order of Meritg Captain, Company "A," C35, C25 3' First Lieutenant and 'Adju-
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HARVARD ELIOT CLEMENTS, B.S.
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DON ALVIN CooKE, A.B.
Few D V S American Legion Overseas Club Chairman Liberal Arts Council
C45 President Few C45 Manager Glee Club C45 Pan I-Iellemc Council C45 Champion
Debate C45 Impromptu Debate C45 Treasurer Y M C A C35 Advertising Manager
The Emory Phoenix C35 Secretary Glee Club C35 Vice President Critic Few C35
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C25 Sophomore Dismissal Speaker C25 Corresponding Secretary Few C25
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A lon, C45 , President International Relations Club, C453 Class Relay, C45, C353 Captain Com-
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' A Order of Merit, C35, Class Council, C35, C253 Alumni Editor,'The Emory LVI1-661, C355
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E 3 Senoia, Ga.
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Phi Gannnag Music Council, C253 Band, Czj, CID, Glee Club, Czj, Clbg Mandolin
Club, Czj, C115 Orchestra, Czj, CID.
' EARL STANTON KILGORE B.S
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,JOHN FRANK MEACHAM, B.S. Med.
- Grantville, Ga.
Class Football, C253 First Lieutenant, Co. "C," C35, C25,
CHARLES BFOWIE M1LL1 oAN, A.B.
' . X41 , I - ,.
D. V. S.3 Alpha,,Epsilon Up,si1on3 Sigma Upsilong Pyramid3 Alpha Phi Epsilon3 Bats3
Chi Sigma Chi3 Pi Psi: Square and COIIIIJHSSQ Phi Gammag American Legiong Pan-I-Iel-
lenic Council, C45, C353 President, C453 Editor-in-Chief, The ,Emory Wheel, C453 National
Treasurer, Alpha Phi Epsilon, C453 National Committeeman, C35 3 President, C453 Vice-
President, Southern Intercollegiate Newspaper Association, C453 Vice-President, Y. M.
C. A., C453 Adjutant, American Legion, C453 Class Track, C45, C35, C253 Major, R. O. T.
C. Battalion, C45, C35, C253 First Lieutenant and,Adjutant, C253 Chairman, Student Activi-
ties Association, C45, Alternate, C35 3 Publicity Manager, THE EMORY CAMPUS, C453 Im-
promptu Debate, C45, C353 Champion Debate, C45, C353 Honore Roll, C35, C25, C153 Class
Vice-President, C453 Secretary, Athletic Council, C453 Class Football, C35, C25, C153 Pub-
lication Committee, C45, C35, Secretary-Treasurer, C353 Washington's Birthday Orator,
C353 Associate Editor, The Emory Wheel, C351 R. O. T. C. Editor, C253 Vice-President,
Liberal Arts Council, C35, Debate Council, C45, C353 Secretary, Phi' Gamma, C353 Censor
Morum, C353 Chaplain, C253 Special Censor, C153 Intercollegiate Debate, C35, C253 Fall
Term Debate, C35, C253 Literary Editor, The Em-ary Phoenix, C353 Class President, C35,
C153 Varsity Track, C253 Glee Club. C253 Contributor to Schnittkind's Anthology of
American College Verse, C253 Honorable Mention, C353 Phoenix Short Story Prize, C253
Phi Gamma Declamation Medal, C253 Latin Medal, C153 Declamation Medal, C153 Class
Baseball, C153 Second Lieutenant 'U. S. Infantry, 1918.
JOHN HOWARD MCNATT, B.S.
Phi Gamma Beta Omicron Phi French Club International Relations Club Class
Baseball C15 Class Basketball C15 Corporal Co A C15
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1 Waycross, Ga. 4
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Phi Gamma 3 S1ma.Upsilon3, Pyramid, Pi Psi 3 Y. M. C. A.3 Class Council, C45 3 I E
Treasurer, Liberal Arts Council, C453 Sparks Editor, The Emory Wheel, C45, C353 Pan- I
Hellenic Council, C353 Assistant Track Manager, C353 Impromptu Debate, C35, C253 Fall 5
Term Debate, C253 Glee Club, C35, C25, C153 Mandolin Club, C35, C253 Alternate, Student E
Activities Council, C453 Winter Term Debate, C35, C253 Orchestra, C253 Sergeant, Co. - g
"A," C253 Freshman Debate, CI5. E-
THOMAS WILLIAM OASTLER, B.S. E
' Atlanta, Ga. l E
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Entered University, 19203 "E" Clubg Class Football, C45 3 Class Basket-ball, C45 3 E
Varsity Football, C353 Varsity Basket-ball, C353 Class Baseball, C35. E
LoU1s MCDONALD ORR, JR., B.S. Med. E
3 Brunswick, Ga. E
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Phi Gamma3 Y. M. C. A.3 President, Sophomore Medical Class, C45 3 Instructor in E
Anatomy, C353 Class President, C 35, C253 Historian Pre-Med Class, C253 First Lieutenant, E
Co. "A," C253 Sophomore Commencement Speaker, C253 Corporal S. A. T. C., C253 Or- E 1
chestra, C25, C153 Band, C25, C153 Baseball, C25, C153 Freshman Commencement Speaker, E,
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MARVIN MCTYEIRE PARKS, JR., B.S.
-- Milledgeville, Ga.
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5 C35, C253 Publications Committee, C353 Second Lieutenant, Co. "C," C253 Business Man- H
E ager, The Emory Wheel, C353 Assistant Business Manager, The Emory Wheel, C253 Class 5 A
5 Football, C45, C35, C253 Class Relay, C45, C35, C253 Varsity Track, C35, Assistant Track E
5 - Manager, C353 Class Baseball, C35, C253 Varsity Rifle Team, C35, C25. g
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ROBERT CONNER PENDERGRASS, B.S.
l Monroe, Ga.
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C Cairo, Ga. -
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WYLIE LAMBUTH ROCHELLE, B.S.
D. V. 5.5 Pyramid, Business Manager, THE EMORY CAMPUS, 6453 Class President,
645 g Liberal Arts Council, 6455 Honor Committee, 645 3 Square and Compass, Class Foot-
ball, 645, 635, 625, 615: Class Baseball, 645, 635, 625, 615: Varsity Foofball, 635, 625:
Athletic Committee, 635g Captain, Varsity Track, 6355 Varsity Track, 635, 625, 6153
Varsity Baseball, 625g Pan-Hellenic Council, 6455 Freshman Debate, 615.
LEO MEYER SATLOF, B.S., Med. 6
Columbus, Ga. Q
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I - Adel, Ga.
WILLIAM SWOLL SAWYER, A.B.
Savannah, Ga. '
- Economics Societyg Phi Gammag Greek Guildg Managing Editor, The Emory I'Vheel,
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5 I R4 ' Holly Hill, s. C, I
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Manager Football C45 C35, "E" Club, First Lieutenant, R O. T C., C45, C35
Sophomore Class Ministerial Association, Freshman-Sophomore Debate
WESLEY LANE STOKES, B S
1 Pyramid Eagles Few American Legion, Economics Club, "E" Club, Class Council
C45 Non-Frat Council C353 President, Non-Fraternity Council, C453 Athletic Committee
Captain Cross Country and Varsity Track Teams, C45, C35, C25 , Baseball, C45, C35, C253 I
Impromptu Debate C45 Southern Methodist Four Mile Champion, C45, C35 , Southeastern
4 A A U Champion Three-Miler, Relay Team, C45, C35, C25 , Captain, C45, C35 , Captain
, Cross Country Team C35 Varsity Baseball Team, C353 Class Football, C35, C 5, CL5 '
Censor Morum Few C35 Board of Directors, C35
CAMILLUS CARUTHERS SULLIVAN B S
, Crescent Clubg Spanish Club, C453 Orchestra, C453 Band, C453 Glee Club, C453 Mill-
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D. V. S.3 Pyramidg International Relations Clubg "E" C1ub3 Phi Gammag Vanderbilt
University, 19203 President Freshman Law Class, C433 Pan-I-Ie1lenic.Council, C43, C33,
C23 3 Vice-President, Pan-Hellenic Council, C433 President International .Relations Club,
C433 Football, C43, C23, C133 Basketball, C43, C33, C23, CI3 3IICaptain Varsity Track, C233
Relay Team, C23, C133 Captain, C233 Class Council, C233 Varsity Football, C233 Special
Censor, Critic of Phi Gamma, C233 Varsity Basketball, C133 Vice-President Class, CI3.
LORENZO ROBERT WHITTAKER B.S.
I , D. V. S.3 Eagle Clubg Few Literary Society3 "E" Clubg Liberal Art-s Student Council,
C433 Manager Baseball, C433 Class Baseball, C333 All Emory Baseball, C333 Washington
'- Birthday Speaker, C43.
E l WILLIAM S. WIGHT, B.Ph.
2 Cairo, Ga. V
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Opelika, Ala., E
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tions Committee, C453 Secretary-Treasurer, Freshman Medical Class, C355 Second Lieuten-
ant, Co. "A," C355 Art Editor, THE EMORY CAMPUS, C35, C253 Sergeant, Co. "A," C255 E
Assistant in Biology, C253 Cartoonist, THE EMORY CAMPUS, C15. ' E
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Atlanta, Ga. 5
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JAMES HENRY WILLSON, B.S. Med.
C Lyons, Ga.
Fewg Y. M. C. A.g French Clubg American Legion, Class Relay, C25
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Sutherland, Fla. 5
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HENRY C. JONES, IR., A.B. 5 5
Montgomery, Ala. E
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. I HAROLD KIRBY,iJR., B.S. E
5 Atlanta, Ga. V
Alpha Epsilon Upsilong Georgia Society of Natuiralistsg University Science Club:
German Clubg Chess Clubg Commencement Marshal, C353 Student Assistant in Biology, im
C45, C253 Honor Roll, C35, C25, C153 Research Assistant in Biology, C45, C35. 5
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A Atlanta, Ga. E
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E EMORY NORTON MCKENZIE, B.S. Med. E
E Cordele, Ga. E
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S WARREN WILASON QUILWLIAN, B.S. Med. 3
S ' Augusta, Ga. 1
E ATQ, AKK 5
E Phi Gamma 5 Pyramid, "E" Club, Treasurer, Y. M. C. A., 145g Exchange Editor, T
E The Emory Phoenix, 145 g Class Basketball, 145, 135, 125, 115 g Class Baseball, 5
5 1255 Class Relay, 1255 Manager Varsity Tennis, 1253 First Lieutenant, Co. "A," 1253 5
E Secretary, Student Activities Council, 125, Liberal Arts Council, 125 g Class President, E
E 1255 Fall Term Debate, 1255 Honor Roll, 125, Student Assistant in Chemistry, 125g Phi :
E Gamma, 1253 Glee Club, 125, 115, Vice-President, Glee Club, 1255 Mandolin Club, 135, E
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HENRY HONIER ALLEN B.S. Med
- Columbus, Ga.
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WILLIAM DAVID DAVIDSON, B.S.
Grove Station, Ga.
Susie Dahmsg Economics Club.
SAMUEL CARNES HARVARD, A.B.
O-wlsg Susie Dahmsg Phi Gammag Alpha Phi Epsilon, Assistant in Biology, C455
Pan-Hellenic Council' President Phi Gamma, C45, Secretary, C45, Impromptu Debate, C4Q g "4 ,
Class Relay, C45, C35 3 Society Editor The Emory Wheel, C45 g Censor Morum, Phi Gamm
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E Savannah, Ga.
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E-.1 . EDWARD T. HUGHES, B.S.
5 JESSE NEAL WILLIS, B.S. Med.
2 Midland, Ga.
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Valdosta, Ga. '
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MD, C253 Willllel' Prize Essay Plzocniix Contest, Q2Dg Special Censor, Critic, of Phi Gamma,
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BAYNARD, J. E. .
BEESON, D. AM.
BEST, R. F.
BOWERS, J. A.
A BROWN, TR. E.
BLACKWELL, O. M.
CALLAHAN, W. E.
- CARLISLE, R. C.
CATE, W. A.
CHALKER, T. P.
CHAPIN, L. W.
CHEATHAM, E. L.
COCHRAN, A. H. A
COLEMAN, J. H.
COLLIER, T. W.
COLWBLL, E. C.
CULPEPPER, C. A.
FLAKE, G. J.
FLOYD, A. C.
FERGUSON, F. C.
GAILMARD, P. L.
GARDNER, R. E.
GILLIAM, E. A.
GRIMES, W. A.
GOLSOKN, W. R. A
GRAHAM, JOSEPH B.
HANCOCK, H. D. A
HARPER, M. H.
HANNER, J. P.
HARRELL, L. B.
HARTSFIELD, F. E.
HAWKINS, R. B.
HENLEY, J. W.
HUDGENS, R. S.
HUEY, J. W., JR.
HUGHES, E. T.
HUGHES, V. P.
DANIEL, B. F. JACKSON, C. A., JR.
DETERLEY, CHARLES H. JOHNS, C. H. A.
DOMEROWSKY, J. JOHNSTON, J. H.
DUNAPHANT, F. M. KELL-EY, S. M.
ENOCHS, C. A. ' LAW, J. L. .
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5 PURKS, J. H. VELASCO, PABLO 5
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5 RAMSEY, R. L. VVATSON, B. G. T 2
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JAS N M1TOHELL,IfJR. . . . V ice Pfreszdent
JOHN B THOMPSON . . . Secretary-Treasurer
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ADDY, H. N. -
ANSLEY, H. G. I
ALMAND, E. L.
AVERY, R. L., JR.,
BEASLEY, A.. W.
BERRY, RICHARD R.
BEVERIDGE, J. B.
BICKERSTAFF, J. W.
BLALOOK, F. A.
BOWERS, M. C.'
BRABSON, S. P.
BROWN, S. R.
BROWN, W. A.
BURNS, A. -L.
BOOKOUT, J. J., JR.
BULLOOK, H. M.
CLARK, E. ST. M.
CHRISTIAN, W. H.
COBB, J., T. A
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DANIELS, C. H.
' DANIEL, J. F.
' DEESE, R. F.
DICKEY, J. E.
DORNBUSCH, A. J.
EDMONSON, R. A.
ELLIOTT, W. G.
ELLIS, J. M.
FLANDERS, R. B.
FIELD, E. B.
FITZHUOH, W. M
FICKLING, W. A.
GRAY, E. W., JR.
GODINKO, C. A.
HADEN, R. G
HOOKS, J. T.
HOWELL, J. H.
HOWELL, J. R.
JOHNSON J M
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JONES, R. A. SHIRAH, H. C.
JONES, W. H. SINEATH, R. M. 5
JOYCE, M. G. SMITH, J. H. '
JORDAN, J. A. SMITH, M. M. I '
KAUFMAN, J. J. SMITH, T. N. E
KILGORE, G. L. SMITH, W. C. E
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Q LOGAN, T. S. SHERARD, W. A. E
I LOWANCE, M. I. SHEAROUSE, F. L. E
I LUNN, E. H. STROUD, E. D. E
LYONS, J. L. TAYLOR, B. C. E
LONG, W. H. TERRY, A. E. S
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E MASSEY, M. S. THOMAS, JACK E
W A MCCURDY, J. A. THOMPSON, ERNEST S
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MEWBO'RN, F. E. WALSTON, C. R.
MILLER, J. H. WALKER, G. L., JR.
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5 NORTON, W. F. A WEAVER, C. E. E
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5 PARKER, JQD. WILKINSON, C. S. I
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alman, W. e.
baker, g. C., jr.
band, j. m.
barton, a. e.
baugh, r. h.
bosWell, W. C.
belCher, W. t.
bennetf, l., jr
blalock, j. f.
boring, j. r.'
bowden, t. f.
'boWles, m. h.
boyd, j. W.
brasWell, r. m
brown, b. b.
brewster, r. p.
brittain, W. h.
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brock, j. C.
brown, l. a., jr.
bryan, IW. l. i
bryant, h. C.
brysoil, a. C.
butler, W. h.
butner, j. h.
Cason, h. b.
Carlisle, j. m.
Cawthon, e. l.
Chapman, g. e.
Coffee, o. C.
Chester, h. m.
Cochran, r. f.
Collins, e. b.
CoWard,- e. j.
Crory, W. a., jr.
Currey, W. m.
daniel, f. C. 1
diclcson, W. l.
dichristina, h. W.
dillard, r. b.
dupree r W
edmonson f l
elarbee h m
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ellis, t. p.
felton, a. C.
ferguson, V. h.
field, h. b.
Heming, e. f., jr.
Hournoy, r. a.
-folts, a. f.
franklin, W. j., jr.
freeborn, W. e.
garner, W. r.
gillihand, p. C.
gipson, W. r.
glausier, C. e.
gnann, f. b.
graham, j. s.
guena, j. j.
haas, v. g.
hardin, W. s.
harlow, t. f.
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sullivan, c f
spurlin, p m
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hughes, W. d.
james, t. t., jr.
jenkins, j. l.
johnson, c. n,
jones, j. j.
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jones, W. j.
jones, e. e.
kellog, c. m.
kemp, m. j.
king, W. k.
lavender, j. r.
locklie-r, e. c.
lee, g. a.
lemmond, W. h., jr
lott, z. e.
luttrell, f. a.
martin, t. o.
marsh, j. e.
massey, e. g.
meadows, a. a.
mcvvhorter, r. m.
mccurray, W. h.
mosley, j. s.
miller, t. g.
mills, b. W.
moncrief, W m., jr
moore, e l
milton c j
nixon, r. b.
oneal, j. W.
overstreet, m. W.
parker, W. W.
pat-terson, s., jr.
peterson, W. m.
pCntCCOSt, l. e.
petteway, l. W.
petty, l. l.
porch, l. d.
porter, c. c.
powell, e. b.
pursley, r. t.
phillips, a. m.
prickett, m. p.
quillian, r. r.
ratcliffe, h. l.
rees, m. l.
reeves, l. m.
ridgeway, c. h.
richard, h. h.
sessoms, j. g.
scott, h. b.
Seaman, h. a.
sharp, c. m.
smith, a. l.
smith, g. f.
smith, t. h.
strange, W. h.
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smith, 1. n.
snyder, g. t. g
tabor, f. h.
thomas, a. m.
thompson, c. a.
taylor, j. m.
trammell, e. g.
tippens, W. c.
upchurch, W. e.
vinso'n, o. l.
Walker, j. h.
Walker, j. r.
Walker, t. t. .
Watkins, t. o.
Watson, m. n.
Ward, m. j.
Warnell, W. d.
Wasson, s. e., jr.
Watkins, n. f.
Webb, r. f.
Weeks, p. l.
West, p. d.
Whipple, W. k.
White, p. g.
White, W. p.
Wiggins, m. t.
Wilkinson, j. e.
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"Alex" joined us in our Junior year, coming from the University of Alabama, where
he. took: his first two years in medicine, and his collegiate work done at the University of
Alabama, where he was a member of the Skull and Keys. George Thomas is one of the
best liked boys in the class. His character is beyond reproach and his characteristics too
numerous to mention. We look forward to great and 'wonderful things in medicine from
.CHARLES GALLOVVAY BOLAND, B.S., M.D.
i Atlanta, Ga.
Born February 13, 1898, Bickley, Ga., Emory College, '14-'18g President Student Volun-
teer Band, '20, Prophet, First Year Medical Class, ,IQ. This promising young man was
born in Bickley, Ga., and after roving around abit, came to reside in Atlanta. I-Ie is always
quiet till someone suggests a little hymn between classes, then he never fails to deliver
the goods. For some unexplained reason he claims China as his field, and we predict that
the yellow man will stare in wonder as Dr. Boland drives by in his Ford.
. CECIL BRANNEN, M.D.
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Born Biantley Ala November I5 1898 Alabama Polytechnic Institute I5 16 Uni
versity of Alabama 16 18 Umversitv School of Medicine Mobile Ala 18 IQ Cecil
came to us as an unsuspecting country boy from the wilds of Alabama He entered our
class 111 our Sophomore year and he has proven to be a good fellow The only thing' that
we can see to mar the future of this aspiring disciple of Hlppocrates is morning calls
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Born Luverne, Ala., 1895, University of Alabama, '16-'18g University of Alabama Med-
ical School, '18-'19g Class Historian, '18-'19g Class Secretary and Treasurer, '20-'21. Ollie
is one of the "Alabama boys" who cast his lot with us in our Sophomore year, and he
quickly made a host of friends-and certainly this can be said also of his stay in Troy,
for we are sure that there will be at least one letter from the aforesaidttown on the nine
o'clock mail. His genial nature and eliicient diplomacy bespeak for him a very promising
future. ' '
EIERSCHEL BAKER BRAY, M.D.
Born Wrightsville, Ga., May 23, 18973 Pre-Med. work Emory College and Mercer,
member M. E. R. C., entered Medical School fall 1917, re-entered fall 1920. We suspect
that the twilight twinkling of cow bells, the mid-day blast of the dinner horn, and the
plaintive wail of a "hard-tail" are sweeter to his ears than a symphony. Nevertheless, he
well deserves the title, "A Son of Rome," as his oratorical displays would do credit to any
of the ancient speakers of the Forum. Success is his for a certainty.
JAMES HILL BYRAM, B.S., M.D.
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On the 18th day of February, 1899. the inhabitants of Newnan, Ga., were increased
from nine to ten by the arrival of "Jake," Jake made a wonderful record at the University
of Georgia taking every honor there that a man could make and left to enter medicine
here in 1918 A member of the Caduceus Honorary Senior SOC1Cty Vice President of the
Senior Class a demon in finance and a man that never worries is what Jake boasts of
With the unusual ability to play in playing time and work in working time we know he
will rock along to a sure success both professionally and socially and neither patients nor
tuends will suffer
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K Springfield, NIO.
This ardent follower of medicine came into the world on December 31, 1896, at Spring-
field, Mo. He entered Westminster College at Fulton, Missouri, and remained there four
years, in which time he became a Phi Delta Theta and a member of "Quo Vadisf' Francis
entered Emory in 1918 and during his second year complained of suffering from "Bach-
manitis," of which he was cured in June of 1919. On December 29th, 1920, Francis pro-
posed to "Mary," and they were married and lived happily thereafter. With his good looks
and winning ways and his wonderful adaptability to any task he undertakes, we know that
in Francis medicine shall advance. He is Secretary and Treasurer of our class and a
member of the Caduceus.
WILLIAM HODGE CLARK, B.S., M.D.
Tampa, Fla. .
Born at Charleston, S. C., September 4, 1893. "Bill" took his higlf school work at
Tampa, Florida, and premedical work at Emory University. He entered the Medical School
in 1918 and has madepquite a record for himself in the last four years.l He has a brilliant
mind and a goodly store of energy. He takes with him our best wishes for success.
CHARLES J. COLQUETT, M.D.
, Brantley, Ala.
Born Brantley Ala. December 25, 1896- Alabama Polytechnic Institute, '1 5-'16, Univer-
sity of Alabama 16 18 School of Medicine, Mobile, Ala 18 20 Class Treasurer 18 IQ
Assistant Business Manager C01 olla IQ 20 In 1896 Charlie was a rare Christmas gift
Since entering upon his medical career he has been constantly on the resident staff of
some large hospital and we feel sure that the experience that lee has thus gained will be
pidmuch value to him in his future practice of medicine His specialties are surgery and
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JACOB FREDERICK CRANE, M.D.
N ewnan, Ga.
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Born May 2ISt, 1897, at N ewnan, Ga. "Jake," as all the boys know him, in IQI6 entered
Trinity College at Durham, N. C. VVhile there, besides being one of the honor men of his
class, he was very interested in athletics, being Physical Director his last year. Jake entered
medicine in 1918, and since that time counts his friends in his class by his acquaintances.
We know that he will make a Splendid physician and those who receive his services need
fear no harm.
CHARLES VVESLEY DANIELS, B.S.
It was in Buchanan, Ga., on August 30, 1893, that the world was made happy by the
birth of a smiling baby boy named Charles Wesley Daniels Charles with his ever-likable
smile entered Emory in 1916 and began his premedical course He was a member of the
Beta Omricon P15 and of the football team Charles or Doc as we call him entered
medicine in 1918 at Emory and 1S the historian of our Senior Class His wit and truly
wonderful smile has gained for him the name of the best mixer in the class We know
his success will be unlimited
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EDGAR WILLINGHAM DAVIS, B.S., M.D.
Born Five Mile, Ala., University of Alabama, '16-'18, B.S. Med., University off Ala-
bama, '2o. Though "horned" Cas he styles itj in Five Mile, Alabama Clive miles from
we know not wherej his fame and skill as an interne, surgeon, obstetrician, gynecologist,
and diagnostician have spread even to the wilds of the mining region of West Virginia.
' ' ' ' ' ' ' h S thl nd will soon be able
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to boast of one as great as Cabot. Nerve, ability, and "Ole Lady Luck" will insure him a
bright medical career.
ROGER WILLIAM D1cKsoN, B.S., M.D.
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And it came to pass that on December 24, 1896 Cone day more and Santa Claus might
have brought himj there was a little babe born in Fitzgerald, Georgia, and "Roger" was
his name. His real degree of activity began the day he entered the University of Georgia
' l l as made an A T O At Georgia he was member of the K. Ki K.
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Social Club, Tau Sigma Honor Roll, and Pan-Hellenic Council. In 1918 he entered Emory
T of the Sophomore class
and began his medical career. He was Secretary and reasurer
and is the "orator" of our graduating class. He is also a member of the Caduceus Honorary
Senior Medical Society. There IS no harder worker in school than Roger, and no one more
conscientious. His honesty, energy, and unquenchable determination spell success.
GUY JACKSON DILLARD, M.D.
Born at Lexington Ga March 8 1897 Guy is one of oui Ul11XVC1S1ly of Georgia boys
d h de an enviable record foi
and a very proud one He entered medicine in 1918 an as ma
himself He 1S at present a Junior Interne at St Josephs Hospital He is a member of
the Caduceus Senior Honorary Society Dillard is an efficient student and is going to
SpCC1Ell1ZC on diseases of the kidneys We predict a brilliant future for him
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Born at Gillsville, Ga., December 24, 1890. Eberhart is an A.B. from Mercer, where
he was a member of the Varsity baseball team and President of the German Club. He en-
tered Emory in 1918, in search of his M.D. degree. All those associated with him have
found him to be a faithful worker and a true friend, and we know that some day he will
be unexcelled both as a physician and as a citizen.
JAMES KENNETH FANCHER, A.B., M.D.
Born at Union Springs, N. Y., july 24, 1892. Fancher is an A.B. from tl1e University
of Montana, where he was a member of the football, baseball, and basket-ball varsity teams
for four years, being captain for two years. He was also winner of the Montana Inter-
collegiate Oratorical Contest in 1911. While at Montana he was also a member of the
Glee Club, orchestra, and Tau Beta Kappa. He entered Emory in 1918 and is one of our
best liked fellows, being a member of the Caduceus. Fancher's perfect bearing and strong
personality contribute much to an otherwise iirmvfoundation for becoming a successful doctor.
RALPH WALDO FOWLER, M.D.
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Born Marietta, Ga., July 4, 1898, University of' Georgia, ,I6-,183 President Sophomore
class, '19-'20, Caduceus Club. This specimen is one of the hardest of the entire lot to
classify and in spite of the fact that he spends much of his time riding Marietta cars and
half of the rest of it with his friend Pythxas Callas Kayj ne st1ll finds time to devote to the
study of infant feeding and the etiology of nocturnal enuresis He is of recent pediatric
fame having been resident physician in Babies Hospital W1l1n111gton N C last summer
If he has as large a practice relatively speaking as he has a fountain pen his success is
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Born November I, 1897, at Birmingham, Ala. "Ben" is a graduate of Birmingham High
S l ol and holds a B.S degree from the University of Alabama,.where he graduated with
honors. His first two years of medicine were spent at the University of Alabama, at Mobile,
and in 1920 he decided to come to Atlanta, where he became one of our classmates. Ben
' ' d anner in handling
IS one of the most liked fellows in the class and his quiet an easy m
affairs will make him one of the famous doctors of this country some day.
WILLIAM BENJAMIN HAIR, B.S., M.D.
. Lena, N. C.
Born in Lena, N. C., September 6, 1891. "Doc" Hair immediately took up his new
duties in life with a vim and vigor. It was not long until Doc entered' Wake Forest Col-
lege, in IQI3 and there remained for a B.S. degree. Doc believes that "variety is the spice
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of'life," andiso took his first year of medicine at Wake Forrest College, N. C., 1S secon
year at Jefferson Medical College, and came to us in 1919 for his last two years. At Jeffer-
M d' l Colle e he was Vice-President of the South Club and .President of tlIe Davis
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Obstetrical Society. We look forward to Doc's being a great capitalist some day, If his
efforts in behalf of his patients are remunerated.
JOHN FRANKLIN HOLLEY, M.D.
Sampson, Ala. .
Born at Sampson Ala March 8 1897 Doc Holley is one of our University of
Al b a bo s and one whom we are proud of He entered Emory to take up his studies
a am y
In medicine 111 IQI8 and has been one of our faith students during the past four yeais
f ll t d e redict for
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him nothing less than a great future crowned with the most Wonderful success which 1S
bound to come to one of his ability
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Born August 7, 1898, at Winder, Ga. "Zenus" is a full-Hedged University of Georgia
man and extremely proud of itg but some day we know that it will be the opposite: the
University of Georgia will be proud of him, for since his entrance into the Medical School
he has proved a wonder. His recitations in the classroom have been among our best,
you can always depend on him for a clear-cut, concise statement of facts. The writer is
looking forward with special interest to some day when the name of Z. W. Jackson will
be among the foremost doctors of our country.
HARRIS QUILLIAN JONES, B.S., M.D.
This midnight serenader from Cartersville was born on a cold day in January, 1899,
the day being the 30th. Upon his arrival he immediately began to play the mandolin and
has since acquired great skill with the pick. But, dear friends, this isn't all "Quill" has
done, for he entered Emory University in 1916 and remained two years in his pre-medical
work, during which time he was a member of the basket-ball, baseball, and track teams,
and also a member of the orchestra. He entered the Medical School in 1918 and was
made President of his Freshman Class. He entered Grady Hospital in 1919 as a Junior
Interne. He is a member of the Caduceus Senior Honorary Society. Quill, under cover of
his calm and seeming indifference, has a seething ambition and energy, and has stood with
the best in his class for the past four years. The degree of Doctor of Medicine is honored
by his name.
HENRY THOMAS JONES, A.B., M.D.
Jones Mill, Ala.
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Born Jones Mill Ala. September 15, ISQSQ Alabama Polytechnic Institute, '12-'13, A.B.,
University of Alabama 16 University of Alabama Med-ical College 18- 20 President
Vledical Class U of A 18 IQ Vice President Sophomore Class U of A IQ 20 Cadu
ceus Club Phi Beta Kappa Henry owes his distinction to so many causes that it would
be useless to try to chronicle them He is another one of the Alabama boys who came to
us in his Junior year with a reputation for scholarship and good fellowship which we are
glad to recognize and perpetuate
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Born Birmingham, Ala., July 18, 1899 5 Birmingham-Southern, College, ,I6-'18, Univer-
sity of Alabama, School of Medicine, '18-'I93 Caduceus Club, President, Senior Class, '21-'22.
"Neurosis" comes from the "Magic City," of which he is a roud exponent. Since spending
some time serving an internship among the residents of padded cells, there has come into
his vocabulary a term which we think he is inclined to use too frequently in the diagnosis
of obscure conditions, namely, psychoneurosis. His favorite diversion is quoting statistics
that "ain't." We have heard that he is going to specialize in gynecology, which is a beauti-
ful science, so he says.
JOHN MAC KIRBY, M.D.
Born at Baywood, Va., November 26, 1893. "Mac" attended V. P. I. in 1916-'17e'I8,
and while there made quite a record in athletics, winning six medals. He is one of the
champion cross-country runners of the South, as well as the holder of the high jump record.
He joined us in 1918, and we may say that when you find one that excels him in honesty
and brotherly love drop us a line, for he can't be found. In John Mac Kirby medicine
has gained a genius.
WILLIAM JEROME KNAUER, M.D.
Th1S gentleman was born 'lt Jacksonxille Fla in 1896 He entered the University of
Florida 1n 1915 where he established an enviable record in college activities Heeding the
call of Aesculepius Jerry entered the Columbia University Medical School 1n 1917 The
next year he Joined our ranks and soon won his way into oui hearts He shoots em up
equally well on the golf links and classroom In th1s his Senior year, Jerry 1S a member
of the Caduceus and Medical Editor of THE QEMORY CAMPUS
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Lowndesville, S. C.
Born Lowndesville, S. C., January 2, 1895, A.B., Erskine College, '10-'14, Medical Cole
lege of S. C., '17-'19g Caduceus Club. Here is a quiet, unassuming fellow who talks very
little but says much with few words. With us he has made a record which is an honor
both to himself and his Alma Mater. He stands high among his fellows and is a man of
high moral character., He goes out from us as well prepared to practice his chosen pro-
fession as any man in his class, and we can but predict for him a most successful and useful
Cafeef. . A
H MALCOLM MOONEY NE,EL, M.D.
Geiger, Ala. H A
Born Geiger, Ala., April 16, 1898, University of Alabama, ,I6-,ISQ University of Ala-
bama Medical School, '18-'IQ. His visits to slumberland rival those of Rip Van Winkle
and his financial schemes would do justice to a Ponzi. Though of small stature he has been
able to carry on his work at Battle Hill Cwhich consists principally in the drinking of sweet
milk to his gastric capacityl, walk three miles to the car line every morning and attend
most of his nine o'clock classes. We predict that he will soon put Geiger on the map.
DAVID HENRY POER, B.S., M.D.
A H GAG, XZX, Asklepios
Born in Iesup, Ga., August 16, 1899. Henry entered Emory in 1916 for his college work
and carried off many honors, a few of them being, Freshman Debater, member of Student
Council, Varsity Football and Baseball, Student Activities Association, Pyramid, and Honor
Graduate. In 1918 he entered the Medical School and has been Historian of the Sophomore
Class, President of the Junior Class, Assistant Business Manager of the CAMPUS, '19-'20,
and is our representative on the Student Council He is also a member of the Caduceus
Honorary Senior Medical Society Henrys work in school has been above reproach since
the first roll call Always conscientious ever industrious and usually right he is known
and respected for his energy Judgment and conversation For four years his station in
activities or out of school has been at the top always We aie looking forward to great
things from him in pediatrics
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PAUL EDWIN PURKS, B.S., M.D. 5
White Plains, Ga. . E
Born White Plains, Ga., March 20, 1898, Emory College, '16-'18. "Cy," as he is styled, E
after taking in all the local schools could offer with the ease of a billy goat digesting tin Q
cans, came to the Medical College to lind some real work-and we think he has succeeded thus far. He modestly confesses that he is not a ladies' man, but we have learned during E
the study of our profession when to "add a little salt." He will make good. E
WILLIAM BRYANT RAWLS, B.S., M.D. E
Williamson, Ga. E
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Born February 2, 1900, Concord, Ga. "Willie" took his pre-medical work at Emory g,
and in IQIS entered medicine. During the summer of 1921 he was Roentgenologist at Grady 5
Hospital, and at present is a Junior Interne there. The class has no fear for what the E
future holds for W. B. Rawls, nor will his patients suffer from lack of genuine attention. 5
COLQUITT OTIS RITCH, B.S., M.D. E
Born at Odum, Ga., October 17, 1897. "Co" took his first year of pre-medical work at E
Valparaiso University, where he was a member of the Varsity Football Team. In 1917 he E
entered Emory for the remainder of his academic work and where he was also a member E
of the Varsity Football Team. In 1918 he started in medicine and has become one of the E
best liked boys in his class. He is a member of the Caduceus Senior Honorary Society. :
With an unquestionable ability, a disposition of rare charm, an unwavering cheerfulness and E
a lovable manner, Ritch has gained for himself a warm place in the hearts of his class- E
mates. I 5
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E Born Orangeburg, S. C., January I2, 1900, University of South Carolina, graduated,
E '18, A.B.3 Caduceus Club. Had Sir Walter Raleigh seen Riley approach that dampened
I spot, he would readily have divested himself of all raiment, for fear of spotting his Royal
E Highness's attire, so neat. He is a good fellow, and a magnet for the ladies. If he can
g conquer these last-named assets, we predict for medicine a new epoch. ' l
, RAYMOND REID ROBERTS, M.D.
E Lawrenceville, Ga.
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E Born Lawrenceville, Ga., February 22, 18975 Emory' College, '16-,I8. "Railroad" has
E A won a cozy corner in the hearts of his classmates and incidentally of some of the fair sex.
E A He is a devout student of regional anatomy, and his hobby is the removal of foreign bodies
Q from the stomach. He numbers his friends by the score. He has 'never failed us, so we
E A predict for him in future success and an honor to the profession.
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E Elba, Ala. .
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E Born Elba Ala June 22 1898- University of Alabama, '14-'18 5 B.S.,- University of
I7 I8 Vice-Fresident, Freshman Medical Class, U. -of A., '18-'19 3 President, Sophomore
M d l Cl U. f A. 'I -'20, Varsity Football, U. of A.,.'I6-'I7. "Harry" is certainly
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CURTIS DANIEL VINSON, M.D.
Born Welston, Ga., graduated State Normal School, '11, University of Georgia Summer
School for Teachers, graduated, '1 5 5 Mercer University Summer Schools, ,I6-,I7. "Vinson"
was born on a farm near Welston, Ga., and though we do not believe that he is sensitive
about his age, he would not reveal to us that secret, but we believe that it was some time
since that memorable confiict between the States. If he shows as much perseverance in the
practice of his chosen profession as he has in the pursuit of his "sheepskin," he has a great
future before him. We are sure that he can attribute much of his sticking plaster qualities
and his past successes to his "better half."
EDWARD YANCEY WALKER, JR., B.S., M.D.
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Born in Willard, Ga., January 25, IQOOQ Ga. Tech, '16-'17, Emory College, ,I7-,I8.
E Y.," we have heard, when he first came to delve in the mysteries that are bound up in
the human body, at the very mention of pelvimetry and femoral curves, blushed with all the
ardor of an unkissed maid of thirty-nine. He has been a faithful student, and since it has
been promised that all things shall be added unto the faithful, it is useless to put into
words the successful practice that awaits him.
WILLIAM CHESTER WARREN, B.S., M.D.
Xfb, AKK, Asklepios
A mother and father were the happiest people in the world when on the 19th day of
September, 1898, the stork arrived with "Bill" in Atlanta. VVould space permit we should
like to tell you of the whole life of this young I-Iippocrates, as we know him, but we must
now skip to his collegiate honors. Bill entered Oxford in 1916, being initiated into Chi Phi
fraternity as a starter. He was Captain of the Basket-ball Team, member of the Baseball
Team, Champion Tennis Player while at Oxford and on the Honor Roll, 'I7-,I8. Bill en-
tered the Medical School in IQI8 and has made his pathway one of glory and success and
his Hello fellows let us hope will always remain with him He 1S a member of the Ca
duceus Bills personal magnetism his cool level headed Judgment Intensiveness of thought
'md accuracy of speech and action have won for him the respect of his associates both
among the students and faculty It is '1 pity that the South hasnt more like him
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JAMES MoR'1'oN VVHITWORTH, B.S., M.D.
Born Camilla, Ga., May 25. 18983 Mercer University, '16-'18g Student Activities Council,
,IQ-,2O, '20-'21, Class Editor, CAMPUS, Senior Medical Class. "Skinner," we have heard, had
a period of service with Uncle Sam, receiving the title of lieutenant, while at Mercer. He
has a cortex that is full of jokes, and he delights in ever telling them. VVe used to hear
that he intended practicing his chosen profession in South America, but since the beginning
of the present session, this place has been changed to a distant portion of the "Land of
Flowers." We wonder whence this change?
RICHARD BLANTON VVILSON, B.S., M.D.
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Born Hampton, Ga., December 28. 1898, Emory College. '15-'18, "Kid" has been styled
a. "lion" with the ladies and we would like to know what fairidamsel could resist the happy
smile from this bashful, rosy-cheeked exponent of the arts and sciences. In future years
when our student days begin to grow dim, we will turn back to this volume and be pleased
to look into the face of this student of medicine who is as square and straightforward as a
man ever becomes. Of a man who possesses these qualities we can't expect anything less
than a bright future.
i HAGAN EMM1sTT Woon, B.S., M.D.
Born in Biistol Tenn Noi ember 27, 1898 Hagan came to us from Oxford, where
he took his pre medical work Since enteiing medicine he holds the honor of being the
only man that has held an officc in the class for foui consecutive years, the office being that
of chapl'un Hagans retinency, close application to study, and love for his chosen profes
sion cairied hnn unscathed by conditions to the point where het now stands admirably
fitted in mind and body to pi 1ct1ce medicine intelligently 'ind successfully
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The Uath of H1PPOCI3tCS
JJ-gf SWEAR by Apollo, the physician, ,and Aesculapius, and Health,
and All-heal, and all the gods and goddesses that, according to
my ability and judgment I Will keep this oath and this stipulation
-W5 to reckon with him who taught me this art, equally dear to me as
my parentsg to share my substance with him, and relieve his neces-
sities if required, to look upon his offspring on the same footing as my
brothers, and teach them this art, if they Wish to learn it, Without fee or
stipulation, and that by precept, lecture, and every mode of instruction, I
will impart a knowledge of the art to my own sons, and those of my teach-
ers, and to the disciples bound by a stipulation and an oath, according to
the law of, medicine, and to none others. I Will follow that system of
regimen Which, according to my ability and judgment, I consider for the
benefit of my patients, and abstain from Whatever is deleterious and harm-
ful. I will give no deadly medicine to anyone if asked, nor suggest any
such counsel, and in like manner I will not give to any Woman a pessary
with which to produce abortion. I With purity and holiness I will pass
my life and practice my art. I will not cut persons laboring under the
stone, but will leave this to be done by men who are practitioners of this
work. Into Whatever houses I enter, I will go into them for the benefit
of the sick, and Will abstain from every voluntary act of mischief and cor-
ruption, and furthermore, from the seduction of females or males, of free-
men and slaves. ' I
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"Whatever in connection with my professional practice or not in con-
nection With it, I see or hear, in the life of men which ought not ,to be
spoken of abroad, I will not divulge, as reckoning that all such should
be kept secret.
"While I continue to keep this oath unviolated, may it be granted me
But should I trespass and violate this oath, may the reverse be my lot!
to enjoy life and the practice of the art, respected by all men, in all times.
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E E. J. GVERSTREET .J . . Vice-President '
5 J. L. HARGROVE . . Secretary-Treasurer
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E ALEXANDER, G. H. I MUNN, E. K. 5
E - ALLISON, C- I MCCURDY, E. L. E
E I BARFIELD- J- O- - MCKENZIE, E. N. 5
E ,BYRANT, C. H. NEWTON, R. C. E
E BUSH,'A. R.' NEY, J. M.. E'
E CLARK, M. ORRJ L, M, , E
E A CLAY- I- El' ' ' OVERSTREET, E. J. 'E
5 'C0CHRAN, C- H- OWSLEY, W. S. E
2 COLVIN, E- D- QUILLIAN, W. VV. E
Q CONGER, G- D- REHBERG, A. E. E
E , COPEI-AND,' H- J- , RICHARDSON, J, L. 5
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T. I. VVILLINGHAM . . Secretary and Treasurer
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J. L. PITTMAN . . . Poet .
G. M. ZEAGLER . . Chaplain E
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ALLEN, H. H. MCCULLOH, H. 'Q
ARTEAGA, J. MCDONALD, P. H. 5
BROCK, B. W. MCLAURY, E. H
BYRD, M. MCC. MARTIN, W. O., JR. E
CAIN, S. MIMS, F. C. 5
CHAMBLESS, J., L. MOSLEY, H. G. E
CLEGG, T. B. GRMOND, A. P. E
CROW, S. L. PALMER, J. P. I E
DANNENBRINK, O. L. PATY, H. E. E
J DARDEN, H. I PEARSON, H. C. Q
DAVIS, S. C. ' PENDERGRASS, R. C. E-
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EUBANKS, G. F. PIERCE, L. W. 5
FINCHER, E. F. PIRKLE, C. I., 5
FLOWERS, B. , PITTMAN, J. L. E
FORT, L., JR. POUND, J. A. S
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HATTAWAY, J. C. , SHERMAN, S. H. Q
HUTCHINS, J. T. SMITH, L. M. E
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I y HE history of?f"thepClassfe-of 'l9'22 'has been ieal history As you will
find, in part,i.in the Write-ups alongside eachnipictuie, the men have
taken- their-,51atcers',in-'th-Q various' 'stu'de:ntt'i a'Ctiv'iitifes, athletics, and
scholarship. Many of our men served in the recent, world conflict. The
moral and religious needs of humanity were impfsssed upon them with
greater intensity and ,immediately upontheir dis-charge' from service, they
came to'Emory to further prepareithemselves for the work of ministering
to the needs of the world. 'The wearers of the khaki, together with those
whohwere not privileged to serve in the ranks of military service, formed'
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most of the Southern States, but we are glad to say, there are no state-
lines at Emory. We have one representative each from Japan and Korea,
and of both of them we are justly proud. No less than eighteen promi-
nent colleges and universities are represented in our class by men, many
of whom have won high honors both for themselves and for their insti-
tutions. , '
Our 'Class is not composed of men who have just -drifted into the min-
istry for the comforts that it affords, or for the "loaves and- fishes," that
they might-sail through life on "flowery beds of ease."' More than a
third of our Class are diligently preparing themselves to be "bearers of
the Light,'l to lands beyond the seas. Several are looking forwardfto
mountain-mission work and to rural work in our own country. We believe
that every one is seeking to fill his place in the service of the Master.
For three years we have sat under the instruction of our pious' and
learned doctors of the faculty, who have been real big brothers to us, and
with all the revolutionizing of our views, we do not yet consider ourselves
heretics. We entered the First Year'Class with our minds saturated with
traditional beliefs and preconceptions of the Bible, evenato the extent of
believing that Moses wrote the account of his own death. But we were
led through the barriers of OT and NT Introductions, bare-footed and
alone, until we seemed lost in the chaos. But by the tender counsel and
instruction of our beloved brothers of the faculty we have discovered oui
selves on Hrmer ground than ever We realize our unworthiness, but we
me ready to take our place in the work, to which we are called, of minis
te11ng to our fellows
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EMBREE Hoss BLACKARD, A.B., B.D. g
jackson, Tenn. S
A.B., Emoryg Andrew Sledd Literary Societyg Few Literary Societyg Eagles Clubg E
Champion Debate, Czjg Basket-ball, C25 g Baseball, C215 Football, C25 5 Summer Term. I
"Eagles" fly high in Mobile, also in Emory. With the tradition of such a club and 5
the name of a great bishop, we dare not predict the future. ' S
WESLEY M. CARR, A.B., B.D. E
Andover, ohio E
A.B., Randolph-Macon Collegeg Andrew Sledd Literary Society 3 President, Andrew E
Sledd Literary Society, C3J. Spring Term.
Car is the best member of the class in many ways. He alone has proved himself a
good husband. A
CHARLES BRENT CLAYTON, Certificate 5
'Buchanan, Tenn. ' 5
I AfW.estern Kentucky State Normalg President, Senior Classg Andrew Sledd Literary E
."- ,Society.f.j,f,QgpStL1dent Pastor. Spring Term. E
"'GjfB,"' has proven himself to be a splendid friend and an university type man. E
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FRANK CHARLES COLLINS, B.S., B.D. e
L Lake Charles, La. ' , E
B.S., Meridian Collegeg Andrew Sledd Literary Society, Spanish Club. Winter Term. :Z
Frank enjoys the distinction ofuniversal recognition as a preacher against the use . E
of tobacco. 'He is determined to be a singer. 'E E
CHARLES BEVERLY DRAKE, A.B., B.D. Q
Chamblee, Ga. C -
B.A., Emory 5 Andrew Sledd Literary Society, Square and Compass, Student Pastor. It viti - 9
Spring Term. The above is the likeness of the "hardest" student and the most economical member of -
the class. L -P
. JAMES ELIJAH ELLIS, A.B., A.M., B.D.
A.B. and A.M., Wofford College, President CID, Critic Czj, Secretary C35 of Andrew
Sledd Literary Societyg President, Atlanta Student Volunteer Union, C219 Treasurer CID,
President Czj, Georgia Student Volunteer Uniong Member National Student Volunteer "
, Council, C333 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Czj, C3D. Fall Term. - L . ,A
"The mildest manners with the bravest mind." I - , .'t4i-Zi-Li."-iifgh' 1.
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L CHARLES MCPHERSON FISHER, A.B., B.D.
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E - A.B., Emory and Henry College, Andrew Sledd Literary Society, Secretary and
E Treasurer Andrew Sledd Literary Society, C25. Summer Term.
E , He is a man of dignity. The co-eds of the past summer predict for him an early
E e conjugal relation.
EARL GREGORY I-IAMLETT, A.B., B.D.
Water Valley, Ky.
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A.B., Ruskin Cave College, Member Memphis Conference, Student Pastor, C15, C253
Charter Member of the Square and Compass Fraternity, Literary Editor of EMORY CAM-
PUS, C355 Chaplain C35, Critic C25 of Andrew Sledd Literary Society, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet,
fI5Q Captain of Theological Basket-ball Team, C253 Theological Baseball Team, C15, C25,
. 555, Historian Middle Year Class, Secretary and Treasurer First Year Class. Spring
The above is the likeness of the writer Acquaintanceforbids comment.
HARVEY COLUMBUS HOLLAND, A.B., BQD
AB Emory Emory-Trinity Debate C15 Square and Compass Fraternity, Andrew
Harvey is one of our very best students especially endowed with common sense an
fairness Bishops only surpass him in preaching. He deliberately chooses the country
as a field of labor in which field he expects to spend his life. May his type increase
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- -A ' Q f"Alternate Member Student Activities Council, C35. Spring Term.
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ISAAC INOUYE, A.M., B.D. E
Tokyo, Japan E
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Volunteer Band. Fall Term. , Q A E
He is to return to Japan to spend his life for children. M ' i A -i E
"O, God, give to us who a1'e'old and rougher,
' The things that little children suffer." ' 4
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JAMES VICKER JONES, Certificate i E
Herndon, Ga. Q . E
Sparks Collegiate Instituteg Post Master, CID, Qzb. Spring Term. f'Si1ence is golden." E
ONESSUS HORMER LOGAN, A.B., B.D. E
Persia, Tenn. V l
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E 1 it A.B., Emory University 5 President Theological Student Body, C35 5 Fellow in New E
. . ' "5gstiment1GEeekiJC?JT C3JjCCl512.pl2.i11 of Srlquare and Compassg Student Pastor, CID, C255 5
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GEORGE Sporswoou REAMY, A.B., B.D.
AB. Randolph-Macon, Sigma Upsilon Literary Fraternity, Andrew Sledd Literary ' I
Society' Vice-President Theological Student Body, C3DQ Secretary and Treasurer of.Senior '
Class. Winter Term. C u i 4
Entertaining to everybody, especially to the ladies. -T T 'g
,LAVENS M. THOTMAS, JR., A.B., B.D.
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Treasurer C21 and Critic C35 of Andrew Sledd Literary Society, President Middle Year
Classy Editor, Emory Phoenix, C21 g Temporary President University Student Council, C35
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, C3DQ University Debate Council, C3J. Summer Term.
Lavens is all of it. His iniluence for good is universally felt at Emory.
KVVANG SUP YUM, A.B., B.D. '
Seoul, Korea C T i - 1
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5 Senior Class. Summer Term. ., ' J . . -
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' to be doubted if we have ever had an oriental Americanized so completely. , .iel L i
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I R. J. BROYLES . . . CPreszdent
FRED HARRIS L. . . 'Vice-Preszdent
C. F. VVILLIAMS . . Secretary-Treasurer
J JULIAN DUNCAN 2 . . H istorzan
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BLAOKBURN, H. W.
BLACKWELL, O. M.
BROYLES, R. J.
BURNSIDF, THOS. F.
COWART, L. G.
DAVIS, LESTER B.
DEAN, JON. K.
A RDEAN, W. -
DUNCAN, JULIAN S.
HODGES, W. H., JR.
JONES, H. C.
N EWFLL, S. D.
STEVENSON, 'D. C.
SUMMERS, L. W.
TINNON, J. M.
TULLOH, A. E.
WAINWRIGHT, J. C.
WATERS, GEO. L.
WATKINS, A. A.
KIM, C. M. WILLIAMS, CHAS. FRED
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I DAVID KIRBY . . . . Vice-President
XE' S. D. WALTERS . . Secretary and Treasurer
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CANNON, T. C.
CLARKE, A.. B.
COO-KE, DON A.
EDMOND, E. E.
HALL, 'O. E.
HORTON, J. L.
HUTCHINSON, A. R.
HUNT, B. M.
JONES, A. B.
LAMB, O. K.
MORELAND, R. H.
PEARCE, GEO. H.
POLK, N. K.
RAYBURN, CARL B.
B. RUSTIN, JOHN W.
SEREX, A. M.
R. SHINGLER, JON. M., JR
SHULER, H. L. F.
SPARKS, JAs. F.
STANDIFER, E. T.
STARNES, D. C.
THRAILKILL, J. S.
TULLOH, A. E.
VARN, G. H.
WALTERS, S. D.
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5 Tho' the years around me gather, E
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ustory of the Semor Law Class
a EALIZING the great need ofa school of law in the South, thor-
oughly equipping itsstudents to' grapple with modern problems, and
to develop in its students the power of legal reasoning which only
the study of the commonlaw can give, the Lamar School of Law was
fcunded. lts purpose was not -to turn out a great number of attorneys
at law but to give those who could meet its entrance requirements, and
were willing to spend three years communing with ancient and modern
jurists, the ,opportunity to become lawyers. It is needless to say that in
1is lar ' or the modern two-year night course which guarantees to admit
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'c 'r" bar of his State, that iticould not at Hrst boast of a great num-
b , ' mtil the fall of 1919 it could not lay claim to a great number of
al 1 x '
L tiyear, the war having closed, several of its former students who
had 1 Nj ec? from the war, and others, to the number of seventeen, were
fc jfenrolled for the law course. Thus we lay claim to being the
first 'X D S na fide class presenting themselves to receive the benefits which
ffl law school can give. I do not desire to dwell on the handsome-
. s .tsnclass as a whole, but the class realized from the Hrst what was
Q, e .. of them, and that their attractiveness would not have gotten them
D, .. grofessors of law anyway. i -- i ,
Several stat-es were represented in this class, and a variety of vocations,
and from the experiences of the individual members of the class the whole
' has become quite well versed in certain vocations, especially is this
f telegraphing and the writer has also endeavored to enlighten the
7 on the production of farm products.
gt it aid to our eternal credit that we have been, now are, and will
c to be in favor of intercollegiate athletics.
H ' upon the duties of practicing lawyers we hope that our
co 1 will be such that we will rel-lect to a certain extent the
Vu, q I Kept before us by our instructors, that we will aid in the
emo 'th obstruction, of the machinery of the lawg that we will
g -ixlieth in us, our lives with the teachings of the great-
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. a- E. E. THORNTON
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, H-f-,,,f FRED ST. CLAIR BALL, LL.B. E
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A .iate of the Bingham I-Iighi School, Bingham, N. C.g attended the Univer- E
5 . .. n '14-'15, '15-'16, Princeton University in '16-'17, '17-fI8, Columbia Law E
and the Lamar School of Law, ,ZO-'21, 321-122. Fred was on the Student E
1, ,2O-,2I. A good man, an efficient man, never needs publicity, for his 5
w'th any such need. Fred is an honest-to-goodness Southerner, whose suc- , E
J any State in the Union would be assured from the beginning. During :
law school Fred has shown himself to be a splendid student and one A E
.iccessfully with any sort of legal problem that might confront a prac- E
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E, A T ,,.,.. . A WILLIAM WILLIS BATTLE, LL.B. 5
A l T Columbus, Ga. fr E
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Willis attended Columbus High School, '12-'13, G. M. A., '13-'15, Georgia Tech, 'J
'I 5-'16, Columbia University, '16-'17, and for the past three years the Lamar School of Law. E
. , He ' ' Vice-President of the .Class in '19-'20, '20-'2Ig Vice-President of the Williams- E
Arw Club, won the Faculty Medal, ,IQ-,2O, and the W. S. Thompson Medal, '20-'21, E
if --'foptexcellency in escholarship. Willis has a wonderful legal mind and an ability to go to
tIie,.root,of a leg,ll problem with surprising accuracy, an accuracy that any one would not 3
- l lexg., toiinid in a student in a law school. This ability, connected with a serious purpose E
X to vt. .,:vl1ere4'Tpossible, will insure a client a first rate professional service. 3
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4' L THOMAS REUBEN BURNSIDE, LL.B. E
Thomson, Ga. , E
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. Reuben is a graduate f5."ThO1l1S011 High School. He has won the following honors at ' 5
Bmory: "F," i'1'-baseball,1.f21.g,membership on the Student Athletic Committee, '20-'2I3 Stu- 5
dent Activities Cm .,2O-,2I 5 President Students Activities Council, ,2I-,22Q President of E
the 2nd Year Law 21, and isa member of the VVillia1ns-Arant Law Club. The 5
E ,nost difficult is the task of measuring the true worth of a contemporaryg 5
but basing has already been accomplished by Reuben, no client's E
,M I cause w1l1's1.1iifer'..gi4' care. Reuben is a typical Emory man, as was his father E
g ,in QI, a r F . j L g reproach, and whose friends are legion. A more g
it gallant S difficult to find. E
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. ALEXANDER I-IAM1L'1'oN DIXON, LL.B. "' '
'Q Pavo, Ga. Dr' '
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E Dick graduated from Pavo High School in '17, attended Ogletliorpe--ij..."
E , and since then has been attending the Lemar School of Law of Emory Uf'
p l is a member of the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. He played on the law schocl,
E and is a member of the Williams-Arant Law Club.. Some men are "jest .
E L with a "funny streak," and Dick is one of the few at Emory so endowed!
5 have been the source of much merriment, and were especially so while
I stem the tide of 2nd Year Property. Before "Dick" could get throughr A
E , that "guy" he usually found that there was very little of the "estate" . M ,
E Never stop until the battle is Won! I A A In
5 CLIFFORD WHITNEY KNOTT, LL.B. t
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E Entered Emory in the fall of IQISQ Sophomore Class Council, '19-'zog Freshman- iii P' if
E Sophomore Debate, '18-'19, Few Literary Society, Williams-Arant Law Clubg Secretary of N A
E First Year Law Class, '19-'20, Vice-President of the Williams-Arant Law Club., 740: A '
E President, '20-'21g Secretary Y. M. C. A., '20-'21, "Cliff" is our ideal -of a "regal 1 5
Q Some think he would make a better theolog than a lawyer, but we think he will br, a grdiatf pl
Q asset to the legal profession, proving to the world that there is at least one ",honestf"1an . A
, and a lawyer" combined in one personality. Go to it, Cliff! May your head groiw ler, l
A your fame wider and your tribe increase as the years roll onl And lfE'fmory1fa11dQ nsas- ' C ,-
will reap the benefits of your success. 5, , . L p
E JAMES DONALD KILPATRICK, I
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E Donald is an Atlanta boy. He graduated from Tech High, 'iplj anlflxqffphprtly there-' l
E- after enlisted in the navy, serving IQ months in that branch dfjtlt service. 1 I me .entered the
5 Emory Law School in 'IQ. He was on the law baseball teamgfilflgrgzzo, 520-"ai,-r1,and,-made the g .
E varsity team in the latter year. "Don" is one of the most ,likab tfinien in.. tyie world, post .
'5 sessing qualities of personal attractiveness rarely found in, ppy, Hmslioots "straight . , p
E from the shoulder," and never minces words. He liigfsf'thebab-illlt5iigtriQ-l,..W? wzri-all ibl? starts out, ik
: to do and the enigmas of the law present no insL1i5,jjf3iffatablfeigiitaylfircules'2 f I-'atl1. Boy, - A
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-, from Reinhardt College in ,,I5. He is a Mason and a member of the E
tlub. Our friend, Samuel Snow, is one ofthe energetic few who have Q
. on the outside while securing an education and, consequently, knows . E
i i "get down and dig." The pages of history glow with accounts of men E
inlished great things after having procured an education under the most E
- Xvqes, and "Grit" is made up of the same determinant characteristics. 5
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l it GLADSTONE PITT, LL.B. E
Atlanta, Ga. E
g Rive' 'leeuilitary Academyg Student Activities Council, '2Ig Over Seas Clubg Masonic E
'Lul -T as every one is wont to call him, has won the esteem ofevery man who has E
llrn s. .now him, and has accomplished splendid results since entering the Law School. E
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e 5--to. be possessed af little more seriousness of purpose than the average run of men. Pitt E
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. P .att ltldedlFlflpawktinsvvlille High Schoolg G. M. A. in '16, University of Georgia, '17g E
Merce .fr11ver4ityg',f18 and the Lamar School of Law, '19-'22, He is a member of the law e '.:
baseball team, t Q9-'20' andx'2Q7I2i,.i, f'Rich" claims the distinction of being the best looking E
mar in 'tl' 'gavw to contest his claim. Be that as it may, every- E
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21' matin songs we sang with cheer,
-e prime of morning free from fear,
The bluslz of dawn behind,
The-,fvblooms of youth we fondly pressed,
The 'fruits of friendship we caressed,
The guides we found so hind.
The heritage of days of yore
-, Wl1i1'ls in the glass of time,
The seeds were- sown in ancient lore
And nature's wonders spread before
Us, heirs of things sublime:
Beyond the gates that open there
We'll ind our God's celestial stair
And toward the summit climb.
The laurel and the olifve green
May wreathe the brow of fame,
The graces wozfe the wreathesq we've
Hround the brows that but had been
Content with fvirtue's name:
The wreathe of hyacinth so fair
.find myrtle, that we all may wear,
Preserve the heart from blame.
Uh, harbinger of after days,
With advent of the future's place
In ardent hope we rise to praise
The prophecy we hear
That we shall find our way beside
The throne di-vine when efventide
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