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Mr. Fite has taught English, History and Mathematics at M. U. S. for three years. He taught for four years at two high schools in middle Tennessee, being principal at both of them. In 1927 he received his B.S, degree at the Middle Tennessee Teachers Collegje. He has almost completed his M.A. degree at Peabody College. Mr. Fite has shown interest in basketball, coaching the Junior team this year. We hope Mr. Fite will have continued success at M. U. S. W. P. Jones, B.A. Mr. Jones, instructor in Penmanship at M. U. S. since 1916, was graduated from the Southern University, Greensboro, Alabama, with his B.A. degree. He was also a student at several other schools of penmanship where he greatly improved his writing and knowledge of penmanship. He has earned several medals for his excelling in writing and has been instructor in penmanship at various schools for the last thirty years. In his younger days Mr. Jones was a great baseball pitcher, and the boys enjoy hearing of his experiences. We give Mr. Jones our very best wishes for continued success.
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O. L. Stone Mr. Stone, instructor in Mathematics, has just finished his ninth ear with M. U. S. He also is study hall keeper, and is always fair with the boys. After ' attending the Univer- sity of Tennessee and Peabody College, Mr. Stone served in the war at Camp Zachary Taylor. He then taught for nine years at high schools in ' Mississippi and Tennessee, being principal at one, and came to M. U. S. in 1921. Since then he has very efficiently taught mathematics and kept study hall, and has been well-liked by everybody. We give Mr. Stone our best wishes for success in the future. J. A. Beeson, B.S., B.A. Mr. Beeson, who for the last seven sessions has taught Mathematics and Science at M. U. S., received his B.S. degree at Mississippi College in 1020. He taught for a year in Saratosa, Florida, and in 22 received his B.A. degree at the University of California. He then taught in the Clarksville High School, Clarksville, Tennessee, and came to M. U. S. in 1923. Besides being a splendid instructor, Mr. Beeson coaches the baseball team and looks after the athletics of the school. We feel sure Mr. Beeson will be with M. U. S. for many more years. J. P. Snider, B.S., M.A. Air. Snider has successfully completed his fourth year at M. U. S. as instructor in French. Spanish, and English. He received his B.S. and M.A. degrees at the University of Virginia and was graduated in l°24. From 1923 to 1926 he was assistant in Romance Fanguages at the University. Mr. Snider then came to M. U. S. in 1920 and has since been one of the most popular teachers in school. We wish Mr. Snider the best of luck in the years to come. PaRP Eight
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S the year draws to a close, we look back over our pleasures and benefits derived from the school. In the years to come, we will delight in reminiscing over old times. We think we are glad the year is over. But, are we? Yes in a way we are; but, in years to come, we will think of all the things we have done, of the honors accomplished, of the victories won, of the friendship of our teachers and associates, of the fun we have had, of the pranks we have played, and a smile will steal over our features, and we will wish that, once again, we were back at dear old M. U. S. Fellows, it ' s about all over now. The preliminary of the battle of life is finished. Have you lost, or have you won? Have you played the game squarely and done your best, or have you wasted away your time and the time of others? You have had the right kind of environ- ment, associates, and teachers, all of which tend to better you mentally and physically. You should be prepared to enter college or the busi- ness world. Are you? No matter where you go, or what you do, you will always value the education and experience gained at M. U. S. Pase Ten
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