University of Georgia - Pandora Yearbook (Athens, GA)

 - Class of 1911

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THOMAS OI.IVKIt M A ItStl A I.I.. A. It.. It. I„ «'bl Phi. Phi Kappa. Tlwln l.imlnla I'lil Uni Fraternity. I'KHAICToWN. SA. " Tl Hill In imirtnl In ranillMiul hi.whh. Hill we'll .In mom. Snmpr«tilu i. We'll ilni-rvi' ll." JA.MKS IIAXIKI. IWI.MKK. It. I... nil Pal. I’lil Kappa. MII.I.KN. ISA. Rntrml l.nw l‘ln » IWK : JIpiiiIkt of Jpf-femniilati Ix.ltnilukC Society; MoaiWr of Theta l.nmlMlii I’lil l.ivnl Fraternity: Mem-ber nf Herman tlnli. I'nlllllnii t'oininlttee: Pal. llrlh’nii’ llnii llr|iriwnliilln IPIQ; Member of Football Si|iin l Kaio nml IPIu: Captain nf SfNi.tnl Timm IIHl»; Mcml-or nf • 5, 1. A. t'lilti; Menitier of C««.|iie mnl • Saiiutlolt: Monitor nf iSrlillrnn Club: Fra-li’rnlly ili’totrntn In i’lil l’«l convention tw-l.l In New York lull: Monitor nf ebix linn- |lict rniiiinlllis. JUKI. "Mlilnlght about ami n'vrtrv, Ylpay ilattee nml Jnllll.v." Ml 1.1.Aid) ICICWIS, It. I... IM-liinsIbrnlati. •01.1.1X8. ISA. Ykc-I'milili'iii Junior lrfi« t'lnxa: ills-Inrlnn Sa-nlnr I .aw ln«; Clerk anil Solicitor Crncrnl Joiforaniilan laiw Societys Parliamentarian nf | cni»«tlicnlnn: Maxtor nf VromntiloK. ’in. Annltcra.iry Orator 'll; IScorirlii-North I'arollnu Dolattp. ’ll; .Mom-her Iteltn Iteltn: Monitor Sphinx. "Angela arv |ki III leal fair to look like you.”



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Ad b OW for !i long tiitif 1 Ik cry lots pmc up from those interested in tin Lnw Class of Nineteen Hundred mill Klevcn. what kind of ;i lawyer will Franklin or Fori or some other student make! This has been made to ring in tile ears of all. And now. while the interest is still high. I have thought jf pro| er to give a detailed aeeoutil of what eaeli member of this elass is going to do within the next twenty-five or thirty years, the course he will pursue, the methods lie will employ, his failure, and the disposition finally made of him. To accomplish this it will Is necessary for one to pro-jn-t himself into the future for a little while and s« c just Imw these men have fared. No longer than last night I heard a familiar voice hid me come to the regions infernal. Itesidc the Stygian waves, then to discover just how much hell the lawyers « f this clnv could play. I was with the devil himself and the first thing he said to me was. •• I hail a hill of sale on every one of them. I did not lose a man." “Well, what position i|ck s that man over there hold, and what is his name!" I asked. “He is uiv right hand Imwcr. 11 is name is .lames I . Jon ex. lie is absolutely indispensable to this kingdom. He took two degrci s at the I'nivcrsity of (ieorgia. li.X. and M.l,. Ilis classmates, however, made him strike the li.L. off his list, deeming tin former more appropriate. Yon sec he wai a clever fellow, lie smoked his friends’ cigars and drank their whiskey. The distinguishing feature about him is his untiring lip." “Jim. old l oy. I can’t sav that I am surprised to si e you. hut explain your pre.anee hen . I note that your face dis-s not display that old familiar smile. Your mustache, too. is much abused, dm . I xup|Misc. to the extreme heat of this climate, for it has much to do with the existence of all combustible substances «, that now yon have nothing more than a mass of crisp wlicic that beautiful growth of hair once was." ladem “HI toll you Imw it was li ni’. ' Siiys Jim. "I used my knowledge in running rough-shod over my fellow men. I did not practice law very long. IVdly soon after I pit a wav from the Fniversity I directed liv energies along the line of rilhlwr manufacturing. I fnmid that field tun much for a man of my acquirements. I resorted to unfair means in the hope of keeping pace with my eom|ietitors. I was well advanced on the mail to destruction when I stole a Ikist of |H-anuts from a hliiul man a ml put him oil the wioiig road home. " The devil now conducts me to a III rye rock-pile where men lire hard at work, some at crushing n -k. others at paving a long stretch. Here we sis- old Omar Franklin. John Fort. Kvims Heath. Kill Hill. 'Father" laiuliiim. and Koh l.umsden. These wen- all good Imivs so their punishment was light. When these men left college the (|iiestioii was. not what they would do at practicing law. hut what the country was going to do when they invaded it. "John Fort." I called out. "How came von heref" "Ask (liner Franklin. I just haven't got the heart to tell you. I don't know." "How nl mit it. . V.!" "Well. I'll tell you. we got the idea fixed crosswise in our heads, way hack yonder in our ■ollege days when we were mere Imivs. that in spite of anything S. .Morris or Fitz (Srceii might have thought to the contrary, we were going to succeed in the practice of law. We did not show any disposition to work then, thinking that hy a little effort in later days we would Is aide to bridge tin- gap over. This was tin- idea cm I ki lined in the hearts of all. and each one-fully intended to give his life to an unending search for 11nth; lint you have heard Sylvie charge that indisputable 11 util: "The road to hell is jwtved with good intent inns." "Is that all they did. devil f" "No: Ollier Franklin is the biggest liar in seven stall’s, thus- territories, and one icservatinu. They handed out this stuff technically called "hot air" to the unsusjHs-ling: they stole funds belonging to their clients: they rnhlicd

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