Emory University - Campus Yearbook (Atlanta, GA)

 - Class of 1982

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James T. Dooley Emory's Best Kept Secret When l received this assignment, I was almost positive that I could find something about james T. Dooley. How- ever, I was wrong. james T. Dooley is definitely the best kept secret on Emory's campus. I thought it would be very easy to find out who Dooley was, because someone must have noticed that one person was never around during big events. This theory was destroyed when I heard that Dooley is often observed undergoing a chance of height and build from one event to another. After having numerous theories shot down, I decided to go to the source! In I marched to see Dean Fox because he surely must know something. Wrong again! Dean Fox only relays messages to Dooley by way of a fictitious name and a secret post office box. Every Fall Dean Fox receives a letter from Dooley telling him where and to whom to send mes- sages. He is not sure how long the chain A -an ,. J. . 2-. ' A w tl 9 '73 McEachern of secrecy is. There could be many more P.O. boxes that every letter goes through before Dooley receives it. However, sending messages to Dooley and deliver- ing messages for Dooley is the extent of Dean Fox's duties. Dooley makes all his own arrangements for his arrivals, picks his own body guards, and decides which events he will attend. My next attempt to discover the iden- tity of Dooley was to go back in time. Through stacks of musty, dusty year- books, I plowed searching for the secrets of Dooley. Dooley's first published thoughts appeared in 1899 and were written by Charles Anderson Weaver, the editor of a literary magazine. Exactly ten years later Dooley wrote again and introduced himself. In 1940 Dooley re- turned to campus after a prolonged ill- ness to stay for good. Well, so much for old yearbooks! Except for the fact that Dooley changes his first name to the President of Emory, I haven't learned Zf W I .Q 1' anything. After exhausting all my sources, I sat down to review my notes. Throughout the pages of non-information, I discov- ered some interesting facts. Dooley is on the University's official mace, and if Dooley shows up at a class, it is auto- matically dismissed. More than a person for skeletonl, Dooley is the spirit and the mascot of Emory. However, unlike most school's mascots, Dooley is just as im- portant to the administration and facul- ty, as to the students. After hours of searching I have discovered that Dooley is Dooley and who wears the costumes or makes the decisions is trivial compared to the feeling he brings. And as Dooley has said, . . professors may come and professors may go, students may come and students may go, but Dooley goes on forever." - Lynne Harwell 14f Dooley

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