North Georgia College - Cyclops Yearbook (Dahlonega, GA)

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VOLUME II Published Annually BY THE Literary Societies Dedication O Col. W. P. Price, President of the Board of Trustees, and to the faculty of the North Georgia College, through appreciation and regard for their faithful and earnest efforts toward the advancement and growth of our College and the cause of Popular Education in Georgia; to the Alumni and Friends of of the Institution, and to all who by their patient labors haveOniade it possible for the young womanhood and manhood of Georgia to receive the advantages of Higher Educa- tion, this little Book is respectfully dedicated by The Editors. j ort i c eop la rlcultural L olleqe commencement J. nog nam, 903. SATURDAY, June 6, 8 p. m. B. Section Sub-Freshman Class Prize Dec la ni a tion SUNDAY, June 7, 11 a. m. Annual Sermon by Rev. Robert Hugh Morris, of Barnesville MONDAY, June 8, 10 a. m. Freshman Class Declamation 5 p. m. Sham Battle 8:30 p. m. Alumni Essaj ' bv Miss Fannie Gaillard Alumni Address bjy Mr. W. F. Crusselle, of Atlanta Alumni Reception and Annual Levee TUESDAY, June 9, 9:30 a. m. Soph om ore Declam a tion Iddrcss hv Senator A. S. Clav 4:00 p. m. A. Section Sub-Freshman Class Dec lam a tion 3:45 p. m. Battalion fnspcction 8:30 J), m. Champion De jatc between Phi Mu and Decora Literarv Societies WEDNESDAY, June 10, 9:30 a. m. Junior Orations Address bv Eb. T. Williams, of Ath nta S:30 p. m. Senior Orations De ivcrv of Dijdonias If ¥ ' V IF — - t. ■ ' J ' J fj aculti and Officers 7902=7903 WALTER B. HILL, A. M., B. L., LL. D. Chancelor of the Universiti . JOSEPH S. STEWART, A. M., President, Profetisor of PhilosopJuj and Pedagogy. BENJAMIN P. GAILARD, A. M. Vice-President, Professor of Chemistry, Physics, Geology. E. P. VICKERY, A. M., Professor of Ayicient Languages and Literature. J. W. BOYD, A. M. Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy. JOHN N. ROGERS, Professor of Agriculture and Biology. JOSIE W. CLARK, B. L., Professor of English. BERNARD C- ANSTED, B. B. S., Secretary, Professor French and Business Science. CARL W. STEED, A. M., Profesxor of History and Economics. JOHN C. F. TILLSON, Major 4th Infantry, U.S.A. Commandant of Cadetx. MRS. CARL W. STEED, A. B., Lil)r((rian. H. C. WELCHEL, M. D., Surgeon. J. C. BARNES, B. S., Tutor in Latin and MatJtematics. MISS GENEVIEVE BARIGHT, Inxiru ' ior III Elocution and Oratory. •S} 6 K d. ' J LOU S £Lf AN. Class of 1 J(»3 VCilitar Organization J. C. F. TILLSON, Major 4th U. S. Infantry, Commandant Cadet Major, J. R. BYERS Battalion Adjutant, J. R. BERRY COMPANY A. N. W. Grant W. T. TOWNSEND W. H. Lewis Captain 1st Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant COMPANY B. R. Byers J. V. Arrendalb R. N. Steed Sergeant Major, J. F. Broach, Chief Musician, L. Elkan C. E. Maddox J. D. GORTATOWSKY W. S. Gaillard C. B. Collins L. G. FORTSON F. K. SUMMEROUR L. H. Cochran J. R. WiLLCOX W. H. Peacock J. M. Moore J. C. F. TiLLSON, Jr. 1st Sergeant Corporal G. W. Harben J. R. Henley W. T. DOWDA J. C. KiRKPATRICK L. Holden G. T, Watts H. I. Lumpkin T. E. Casey 0. W. Steed R. L. Holliman J. T. Knox A Group of Officers {Reading from left to right.) Sgt. Maddox, Sgt. Harben, Sgt. Maj. Broach, Mus. Elkan, Lieut. Lewis, Lieut. Townsend, Lieut. Arrendale, Lieut. Steed, Adjutant Berry, Maj. Byers, Capt. Grant, Oapt. Byers. K. B. GAUTIKR, Representative of the Georgia Inter-Collegiate Oratorical Contest. IN 1897 the Georgia Inter-collegiate Oratorical Associa- tion was organized. The Association is composed of the five leading colleges of Georgia, Mercer Universit} ' , Emory College, Technological School, University of Georgia and the North Georgia Military College. In the first fiv e contests that have been held this College has twice defeated every other institution composing the Association with the exception of Mercer University over whom she was victorious in the last contest. The following is the the record of this College. 1897 B. P. Gaillard 3rd place 1898 V. M. Smith 1899 F. H. McCesky 1901 W. M. Smith 1902 N. W. Grant 1st place This College still holds the championship and has selected a representative to defend it. JOHN K. BYERS, AXXIVERSARIAN OF PhI Mu SOCIETY Subject: The College Curriculum of the Millenium. H W M o o CO a; leld k Ja Kj .ecorc s m Yards DAvSH— J. C. Kirkpatrick, first; J. G. Speir, sec- ond: time, 11 seconds. Standing Bkoad Jump — P. J. Hiers, first; J. M. Ahnond, second: 9 ft. -4. Running Bkoad Jumi ' — O. V. Steed, first; V. T. Town- send, second: 19 ft. Pole Vault — H. D. McKee, first; W. S. Gaillard, second: 8 ft.-H. STANDiN(i High Jump— H. V. Stanton, first; J. T. Knox, second : 4 ft. -5 , Tug of War — Com pan} ' B. Running High Jump — V. S. Gaillard, first; V. T. Town- send, second: 5 ft. -2. Hurdle Race— W. T. Townsend, first; V. F. Bryson, sec- ond: 100 3 ' ds, 14 seconds. Hop, Step and Jump — L. N. Davis, first; W. T. Townsend, second : 3t) ft. Half Mile Rack— L. N. Davis, first; J. C. Kirkpatrick, second: 2I4 minntes. Five Milk Relay Race — " A " Class, first; " B " Class, second: tinie 28 minutes. " A " Tviiui • ' " r .i.s.s Abbot Simpson Davis Moore Smith Bacon McKee Knox Brady Dangler Freshman Foot Ball Team. Base Ball Team. Kaim ' a Ciiai ' Tek ok Sigma Nu Fkaternity. L hampion )elyate A nog ram Music by Band, Subject: Resolved that Lady Macbeth was more blaniable for the murder of King Duncan than was Macbeth. A ffirtn a ti re— D. P. S. Nega ti ve—P. M. S. G. W. Harbem R. Byers Music v. t. townsend j. d. gortatowsky J ,ef7iapks The champion debate is always held at the college chapel during the commencement exercises of each year. It is decidedly the most important event of the collegiate year and on this occasion the multitude of listeners present are filled with anxious expectanc} ' , each heartily drinking in every word of his champions and applauding their every statement. The debaters are always the select orators of the college, chosen solely on merit, and it is the glor3 ' of victory not the humiliation of defeat which inspires them to the noble sentiment which ' invariably calls forth the admiration and wild " Hurrahs " of all present. » o u w Q o eq w Q o M K o w " A O H H W a O Texxis Club. College Dining Hall. o o m ■f) o w G. W. HARBEN, Anxiversariax of Decora Society. Subject: Duties and " Responsibilities of the Young Georgian. Psi CnAi ' TEK OK Pi Kappa Alpha FkaterxNity. w o Oh o i-r O U SURVEYIXG SOUAD. vSoi ' iioMOKK Foot Hai.l Ti:am. KoYAL Nox Fkaterxity Club. CO ' College Chapel. Normal Class. I . ri;K-S( )CI K 1 - C )M M ITTEB AND KdIToKS of the AnXIAL. I-} w o w o LrrKKAKv S()Cii:tv Halls. COKXER OF LlMRARY. A Cannon Squad. o w o id Q o o K eneral tyn for nation l HE North Georgia Agricultural College is located • • at Dahlonega, at the foot of the Blue Ridge mountains, climate unexcelled for healthfulness. It is supported by state appropriation. Co-educational, and at the same time it has one of the best-drilled battalions in the South. tjAe Kj .egulcin (College (3ourses, ! eptefnfjer to ,june, are i ioe In ' dumber, as olloivs: Two years Sub-Freshman work preparatory to the college classes. Bachelor of Arts Course, four 3 ' ears. Bachelor of Science, including Agriculture, four years. Bachelor of Pedagogy, three years. Bachelor of Business Science, two j ears. Short course in Agriculture, two j ears. Military Training under J. C. F. Tillson, Major in U. S. Army. Board, Fuel, Lights, Laundry, Fees, $100 for the 3 ear. Large Librar3 ' , three Laboratories, Forty-Acre Farm, Dornjitories, Dining Hall, Three Literary Societies. Twelve professors, specialists in their several depart- ments. Two hundred and forty students this year from four states and from seventj counties in Georgia. The College holds the Graves Medal for champion- ship in oratory among the five leading male institutions in Georgia. The College is one of the seven institutions compos- ing the L niversity of Georgia.


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