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In many schools the curricular relationship is the
only one existing between the faculty and the student
body, and there is, therefore, very little friendship ex-
isting between these two groups. Hut at McCallie one
of the first impressions which a boy gets is the fact
that the members of the McCallie faculty are not
merely teachers but real friends.
One might think that with such a close, friendly
relationship between the teachers and the students the
school work might not he satisfactorily accomplished.
However, the fact that McCallie has ranked near the
top scholastically among Southern prep schools each
year disproves this supposition. It is at very few
schools indeed that one finds such a capable, well-
To go into detail of the various characteristics which
endear so prodigiously each of these great men would
be futile, since they are unlimited. It is only necessary
in passing to present their objective positions, for their
subjective qualities will linger long after the pages of
this hook have yellowed and decayed with age. They
are: Dr. J. P. McCallie, Headmaster, Dr. S. xl. Mc-
Callie, Headmaster, Dr. T. E. P. VVoods, Associate
Headmaster and head of the Bible department, Mr.
R. l.. Sager, head of the scholarship committee and
mathematics department and assistant in athletics, Mr.
C. M. S. Mcllwaine, athletic director and instructor in
mathematics, Mr. VV. VV. Purdy, head of the science
department and musical director, Mr, A. L. Burns,
A cl m I n I
SPENCER J. McCALLlE, SR.
"Professor," as he is affectionately called
by all who know him, was a graduate of
Southwestern and a postgraduate student
at the liniversity of Chicago. There are
few boys indeed who have heard his many
and varied chapel talks and have not
prospered by them. He has been in a
large respect responsible for the high po-
sition which McCallie today holds among
the secondary schools of the South.
head of the modern language department and master
in charge of dormitories, instructor in French, Mr. K.
H. Howard, head coach of football, basketball, and
baseball, head of the history department and instructor
in commercial law and economics, Captain H. P. Dun-
lap, comrnandant, Mr. S. J. McCallie, jr., instructor
in mathematics and history, Mr. YN. L. Pressly, head
of the English department, Mr. R. L. McCallie, in-
structor in English and soccer and track coach, Mr.
M. bl. Flowers, Jr., instructor in Spanish and manual
arts, assistant football coach, and boxing and tennis
coach, Mr. VV. C. Sledd, head of the Latin depart-
ment, Mr. J. R. Earnest, handmaster and instructor in
English, Mr. C. A. Davis, instructor in English and
assistant coach, Mr. W. A. Venable, instructor in sci-
ence, Mr. N. M. VVatson, secretary and instructor in
the commercial department and in public speaking,
and Mr. T. E. Kipp, instructor in mathematics. Mr.
C. M. Redfern was instructor of mathematics until the
death of his father, when he returned home to enter
Also onthe staff are: Mrs. S. J. McCallie, librarian,
Miss Cora Perry, assistant librarian, Mr. Charles
Hamilton, business manager, Mrs. B. C. Roper, hur-
sar, Miss Zella VVoods, recorder, Miss Mae Jones,
resident nurse, Mrs, VV. S. McClain, school hostess,
Mr. Charles McDowell, in charge of night study halls,
trainer, and assistant coach, Miss Mary Belle Good-
win, assistant to the hursar, and Miss Deborah Pat-
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JAMES PARK McCALLIE
BA., M..-X., Pn.D., I,I..D.
1 f 171111121 ni'1'1'r
"D0ctnr," Il graduate nf the l'nivc'rsity of
Virginia, is a mam whose friendship is
cherished dearly by all who know him.
XVhen boys are troubled, the first persun
to whom they gn is "DOCtnr," :ind Illllj'
never fail to find him fair and undcr-
standing. Ile is truly a great cduciitnr
and ai great friend.
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