North Georgia College - Cyclops Yearbook (Dahlonega, GA)

 - Class of 1905

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N6ACI COL. W. P. PRICK, President of the Board of Trustees. NOAt ATLANTA. GA. The Franklin Printing and Publishing Company Geo. W. Harrison, Manager 1905 Dedication npo Col. W. P. Price, President of the Board of Trustees, and to the faculty of the North Georgia Agricul- tural College, through appreciation and regard for their faithful and earnest efforts towards the advancement and growth of our college and the ca use of popular education in Georgia ; to the alumni and friends of the institution, and to all who by their patient labors have made it pos- sible for the young womanhood and manhood of Georgia to receive the advantages of higher education, this little book is respectfully dedicated by The Editors. Introduction n o THOSE who attended the N. G. A. C. this term, ' 05 will always - - lemain a happy memory. When oblivion shall have effaced from our vision many of the sweetest illusions of youth, and wlien time in its ceaseless course shall have brought us face to face with new conditions in a new arena of life, it is our sincere hope that some noble inspiration gained from the pleasant associations of Dahlonega, or some lofty ideal inculcated by the great epochs of history we have studied, will enthrone itself in the heart of our student-body to reign in joy forever. That the recollections of ' 05 may in part be preserved in tangible form, we put forth this little souvenir as a memento for the student- body. FACULTY, 05. CLASS OF ' 05. History of the Class of ' 05 I UE Class of ' 05 is composed of ten }Oung men and one young lady. The average age of the class is 21.6 and the average weight is 151. Miss Ruth Welchel, of Price, Ga., is the one fortunate young lady. She entered the Sophomore Class, ' 02. She was awarded speaker ' s place in the Junior Class, ' 04 ; was class president ' 03 and ' 04, and class prophet ' 05. Earl P. Patterson, B.S., of ] Iilner, Ga., entered Freshman Class ' 01. He won speaker ' s places in Sophomore and Junior classes. He was a member of the Decora Palaestra Literary Society ; was public debater ' 03 ; was champion debater ' 04 and again ' 05. He was secretary of Y. M. C. A. ' o4- ' o5. Rufus Byers, A.B , of Price, Ga., entered B Class ' 99. He won places as speaker in B, A, Freshman, Sophomore and Junior classes. He won Sophomore declamation medal and Junior oration medal. When in A Class he was promoted sergeant ; afterwards he was promoted to lieutenant and then to captain, and has served two years as major. He was a member of the Thalian Club and the Phi Mu Literary Society ; by the latter he was made champion debater ' 03. He was president of Athletic Association ' o4- ' o5 ; right-tackle on football team ' 04. B. F. Gay, B.Ped., of Sharptop, Ga., entered Freshman Class ' 01. He won speaker ' s place in the Sophomore Class. He was a member of the Decora Palaestra Literary Society; public debater ' 05. He won Latin medal ' 04. R. E. Smith, B.Ped., A ' . , of Solacoa, Ga., entered Freshman Class ' oo. He won speaker ' s places in Freshman and Sophomore classes ; anniversarian of Phi INIu Literary Society ' 05; public debater ' 01. W. O. Matthews, B.B.S , K J, of Decatur, Ga., entered A Class ' 02. He won speaker ' s place in Freshman Class, and was president of Sopho- more Class ; first lieutenant and adjutant in battalion. W. ] I. Breedlove, B.B.S., A ' . , of ] Ionroe, Ga., entered Freshman Class ' 03. He won Freshman declamation medal " 04. He was pro- moted to corporal ' 04; to sergeant ' 05; quarterback on Freshman football team ' 03. H. D. McKee, B.B.S., -V, of Dahlonega, Ga., entered A Class ' 02. He won medal for declamation ' 04. He was a member of Decora Pa- laestra Literary Society; held record for pole-vault on field-day for three consecutive years. Chas. j L Harris, B.B.S., A A, of Dalton, Ga., entered Freshman Class ' 03. He was a member of Decora Palaestra Literary Society. He was promoted to corporal ' 04 ; to first sergeant ' 05. L. R. Castleberry, B.B.S., A ' . , of Dahlonega, Ga., entered A Class ' 02 ; ran on class relay team ' 05. He was the }oungest man in the class. J. T. Aycock, B.A , of Monroe, Ga., entered Freshman Class " 03- He w as a member of the Phi Mu Literary Society ; public debater ' 04. He was promoted to corporal ' 04; to first sergeant ' 05; left-tackle on football team ' 04. Senior Class Honors. FIRST HONOR. RUFUS BYERS. vSECOND HONOR (Shared). EARL P. PATTERSON Miss RUTH WHELCHEL. SPEAKERS. B. F. GAY, B. Ped. W. O. MATTHEWS, B.B.S. J. T. AYCOCK, B.A. 10 Military Organization J. C. F. Tii.LSOX, Major 4th United States Infantry, Commandant Staff Officers Cadet Major, RUFUS BvKRS Battalion Adjntant, V. O. MaTTHEWS Quartermaster, W. E. Broach Company B W.TgT,.U„ captain - J. ' " ' J T Knox ist Lieutenant H. D. McKee R.L.Davis 2d Lieutenant C.W.Davis vSeryeant Mnjor, E. W. DAVIDSON Ouartermaster Sergeant, A. Gaskin Chief Musician, C. England T T WCOCK . .. ist Sergeant C.M.Harris C Yow . . ist Sergeant A. R. Davidson F. ' henderso.s istSergeant H. P. A1.EORD T.M.MOORE istSergeant J.E.Phillips C.D.BURNETTE istSergeant . . T. H. Crowder W A Sims istSergeant W. M. BreedlovE Corporal D. Y. Dancy Corporal G- M. BARNES Corporal J. B. SargenT Corporal S. Maddox W.H.TaTUM Corporal J. J. PowELL G.N.BVNUM Corporal W.P.WALLACE Corporal M. Baxter A. A. BURCH . . M. C. Jay J. L. Sargent Y. J. Simmons A gk(jup of ofkickks. A GROUP OF SKRGEAXTS. A GROUP OF COkPORAI.S. SETTING-UP EXERCISE. SNOW SCENE. SURVEYING SQUAD. CAMPUS TKXXIS CLUB. BIG PHILLIPS, Dahlonega ' s Big Guard, " 04. Medals and Prizes The F. P. Rice Latin Medal, the Clark Mathematics Medal, the Company Drill Medal, the Tate vScience Medal, the Faculty Athletic Medal, Meaders Best Record Medal, the Medal for Best Observation Work in Agriculture during the summer of 1905, and Target Medal. There are also annual gold medals given for elocution in the Sophomore, Fresh- man, and Sub-Freshman classes. The following prizes are offered in the Agricultural Department: |io worth of nursery stock given by the Southern Nursery Co., of Winchester, Ten n. ; |io worth of seeds given by T. W. Wood Sons, Richmond, Va. ; |io worth of nursery stock given by Starks Bros. Nursery Co., Louisiana, Mo. ; $10 worth of flowering plants given by Storrs Harrison Co., Pjwersville, Ohio; gold medal given by Swift Fertilizer Works, Atlanta, Ga U) - ' o •r ' 5 CO 2 = i S Q V Y € eT . rr liK His e-lU« ? «. e V» n ' ' t r i-Kei " « H vc -tttv. Bo o A. 5 i " " " - " % " T I S 4 o e S Ti oH vi S T a V e H- 1 r-fo-r f ) , Vlo it 18 Yn rt)v at e.uY« t{t c, T e s S . PSI CHAPTER OF PI KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY. Dictionary Antoxe — A member of the Antone Club ; one whose state of being is arrest. Arrest — Panacea for disciplinary ills. Band — The missing link between noise and music. Calculus — Cause of insomnia. Chevron — Something that sticks to the officer in direct proportion as he sticks the boys. Club House — Pandemonium. Dormitory — The abode of the bloody three. Excuse — x ny possible misrepresentation. Fixe — The mayor ' s salary. Flunk — In the upper classes an obsolete term. " The Freshmen flunked in their history. ' ' — Prof. Steed. Illustrate — The task of all. " May this little book continue to be treasured And its pages each day be unfurled TJjitil an ant to its dregs drinks the ocean., Or a tortoise hath encircled the ivorld. ' ' T ATV BETTER THAN THE " BEST = BOOK , h ?s ■ V. HARRISON, Manaqek (state printer) That the Other Feli ows ' Claim to Do PUBLISHERS Printing OF ALiXi KINDS BINTHjNTG blank books —— ——— — offick sopplies ETC., ETC. « « « « The Franklin Printing Publishing Company G5-71 IVY STKEfl-T, ATLANTA, G!-Ao INCORPORATED 1873-1893 Both ' Phones 98 The LARGEST and " BEST " Printing Plant in the Sout» GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER


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