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History of Senior Law Class
have fought : good . have kept all rtx uf faith, ami tin indications an- that v iiuiv tinish onr course. This is. in short, lie history of Iwiw 11.
A plea of inixnoiiHT will, however. Is istaim-il: for history is. by definition, “a record of events.'’ ami no attempt shall here In- made to recount in detail onr doings and undoings shire we assembled to sin sit and tret shot Sept. 14. I!M !». Only the briefest reference to a few of onr aehievemetils will eoilsnme all spare here allotted.
Passing over without rommrnl the fact that a It.I,. “Dip" is the proximate result of two yearn of reasonable care and diligence in the purxuit of studies in our Depart-ment. we call attention to the part played by this class in other I'niversitv activities.
Ollt f the twenty-four men who graduate with ns have come leaders in all phases of college lift . I" athletics we have furnished the captain of the footlwdl eleven for l!l|n
and the champion tennis player of the' South. In delate this class challenges any other, it having furnished a greater l cr cent of inter-collegiate deleters than any other class in the entire history of the I’niversitv. In ’10 we wen rep-resented in the lebates against North Carolina. Vanderbilt, and Virginia: and in ‘II. of the four inter collegiate deleters three are memlierx of this class. In Oratory we take our stand among the liest. having furnished laitli Aiiuiversn-rian Orators in '11. In drama onr men an stars among the Thaliaiis. and in the Glee Club is found a iiumlicr of pnnnising young Carusos—nil lawyers. Both business managers of the Pandora come from our class, and one of its two editors-in-chief is of our number. The lied and Black has not in the last two years lieen without a memlxT of onr class on its stalf. and we have always hail our representation on The Georgian Board. Iii our own department and in all phases of I’niversitv activity, our record is one of which we an justly proud.
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Senior Law Class Officers
T. 0. Marshall.................................I’resiilcnt.
J. 1 . Joik-s,
•I. I . Fori............Secretary anil Treasurer.
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Georgia Pugilistic Club
Counts: lit mnl lit it ami H raise lilac.
Motto: llf who fiyht ami raus away, trill lief to fiflhl aaolhff day.
An honorable organization having for its purpose the noble art of self-defense. and limited to those who have aetuallv won or lost their spurs during the collegiate year 1910-11.
•I. “Png" Jones. t)|(. White Mail's Hope. I'resitlml.
“Knock-out" Kelly, the Pride of Oliftonia, I'in-l‘rt .
Yanipolski. the Russian Terror. Mnmiyrr.
Qitai.ikikd M km mats: “Fiery" Sparks. “Kid" Reid. “Fats” Ibmeii. “Young" Rowland, and “Given" Horn.
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Thankxyiciny Hay. 1910.—“Pug" Jones vs. “Fiery" Sparks, eight rounds to a draw.
January 24. 1911.—“l’ug" Jones vs. “Fats" Rowen. Rowell forfeited oil the spur of the moment. Ix-canse of I tart ulal objection .
Ft hr nary 3. 1911.—Yanipolski vs. "Green" Horn. By adding st am to his blows. “Yam" forced "Given" to take tile count ill the tiftli round.
Fthruary S. 1911.—“Pug’’ Jones vs. “Knock-out” Kelly. 15-round Ismt for the title of Oliftonia. Decision on points given to Kelly at the end or loth round.
Ftltruary 20. 1911.—"Kill” Kcid vs. “Young" Rowland. Knockout for Reid in the third round.
Pass Vori : lltal.
I’niversity of Georgia Chapter rev i via I in 1908 by .Mi-ssrs. ('. N. Feidelson and R. 11. Jones.
Janu-s Paul Jones and William C. Turpin. Jr.. Frtxitlcnts. Boykin Wright. Viet 1‘rtxidtnl.
.Millard Rewis. Stcrtlary.
P. F. Brock. Tnaxurt r.
J. R. Powell.
K. V. Heath.
John A. Sibley. J. J. Slaton.
J. L. Deadwyler. “Fox" Cook. Sam Brock.
Pl.KDURD TO MkMIIKRSIIII' KOR NKXT Yk.MI.
J. Ymupolsky. Toni Powell.
Jim- Van-la. Sent! Tilshaw.
Judge hyneli. George Northen.
“Shakespeare" Newsom. (’has. K. .Martin.
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