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CARL LEWIS ESTES II
Entered Fall of 1948
From Preston Hollow School
Marksmen Editor in Chief
President of Class 48 51
Vice President 50
Senior Class President 52
Lower School Student Council 48
Student Council 50 51 Secretary
Social Committee 50 51 52
Football Letters 50 51 52
Soccer Letters 52 53
Soccer Co captain 53
Baseball Manager 52
Golf Squad 50
Rlflery Team 51
Lettermens Club 50 51 52
History Club 49 Secretary 50 Treasurer 51
President History Club 52
Civic Federation Representative 49 50
Creative English Cup 52
Weisberg Literature Cup 51 52
Probable College Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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In the fall of 1948 Carl entered TC D as a member
Carl immediately set to work and establashed the notable
reputation which he now enloys He has always been a
valuable asset to the class Year after year his popularity
has grown and the fact that he is one of the school favor
:tes is not hard to understand when one is aware of the
way the student body feels toward him This year Carl
was elected President of the Senior Class President of
Student Council President of the St Marks History Club
and Editor in Chief of the Marksmen
After Carl graduates from St Marks he plans to enter
M I T where he will study Chemical Engineering We feel
sure that whatever Carl does in the future will be well
done and that wherever he goes he will enloy the same
popularity that he has received here
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Bruce entered St Morks in 1947 whereupon he
wos promptly named to the Student Council ln the
years thot followed the record of one D Dougherty
wos outstanding Between the Honor Roll the Stu
dent Council ond othletlcs Bruce hos been quite
busy however he olwoys funds time to keep ID touch
with the tolrer sex ot l-lockodoy moinly Mrs Dough
erty his motherll'P'P
We oll know thot Bruce will continue his morvelous
personolity oll through college and later lite We wish
hum oll the lu k an the world in his College coreer
BRUCE MOSSER DOUGHERTY, JR.
Entered January, 1947
From Stonewall Jackson School
Marksmen Managing Editor
Student Council '49 '50 '51 '52
Lower School Student Council 48
President of Closs 50
Vice-President of Class 51 52
History Club 49 50 51 52
Football Letters 50 51 52
Football Trl Cap aan 52
Basketball Letters 50 5'l 52 53
Bcseballletters 50 5'l 52 53
Lettermens Club 49 53 51 52
Band 48 49 50
Probable College SMU
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JOSEPH CLARK FERGUSON JR
Entered Fall of 1950
From Allen Mllltary Academy
Marksmen Assoclate Edctor
Boarder s Councll 50
History Club 50 51 Vice Presldent 52
Football letters 51 52
Soccer Letters 51 52
Soccer Co captaun 52
Track Letters 50 5 2
Lettermen s Club 51 52
Probable College Louusnana Polytechnucal lnstltute
transfer to Dulce
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Jody emerged from the tall tumber country of Louisiana In Sep
tember of 1950 to come to St Marks and further has educatlon He
entered the Sophomore class as a boarder and was soon known
throughout the Upper School Luttle Joes favorute varsity sport as
football but he has been a great help to the soccer and track
teams as well Thus year he was elected a co captam of the soccer
squad In has spare time he tells tall tales studies automobules lutts
weughts and breaks hearts
Next fall Jody plans to enter Duke Unlversuty where he wlll study
to be an engineer and perhaps play some football too When he
leaves St Marks he wull take with hum an abnluty to get along wuth
other people whlch has helped htm make many fruends at school
Wnth thus asset to and ham he should do well nn the
years to come
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