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Page 24 text:
F. L. Berry, W. D. Potter. Winifred Sansom,
Mayme Blanchard, Winfred Price, L. G. Sims,
K. C. Boyd, Oliver Rodkey, Mina Gem Sinks,
W. H. Briggs, W. W. Ralston, R. R. Smith,
Mabel Brooks, Sawnie Robertson, Charlotte Stoddard,
K. L. Buchanan, Ixkjise Robinson, J. C. Straus.
Katherine Campbell, Albert Shaw, L. M. Tobin,
S. B. Cooper, Florence C. Smith, Leslie Waggener,
Robt. Cousins, W. A. Stevens, T. A. Whatley,
Mary Belle Cundiff, B. B. Stone, Sr. Jno. Williams,
Robbie Davis, Scott Talley, F. A. Wynne,
H. L. Denton, Ethel Ford, Victoria Wood,
Maud Denson, Walter Fisher, A. B. Yeager,
W. C. Edwards, L. W. Green, J. E. Bankhead,
Malcom Early, M. C. Henry, Caroline Williams,
Bertha Eifler, Annie Hill, C. H. Wingrove,
Olinthus Eli.is, C. F. House, G. J. Winter,
W. B. Furgeson, Florence Hufford, Josie Wren,
Edwin Yeiser, Geo. McClendon.
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Colors: Crimson and White.
E. L. Bruce, .... Miss Winfred Price,
Miss Pansy Rembert,
M. C. Henry, .... Miss Caroline Williams,
E. L. Bruce, ....
E. L. Buchanan,
Musette Adams, Jennie Bedell,
Alice Blackburn, Willie Blanton,
B. P. Briscoe,
E. L. Bruce,
W. T. Decherd.
Vive De Lesdernier, J. C. Doyi.e,
O. G. Eckhardt, Mamie Allen,
E. A. Atlf.e, Jr.,
Belmont Graham, Vf.ra Harris,
C. H. Herndon,
J. T. Hill,
G. C. Lewis,
H. L. Lewis, Mayone Maltby, Herbert Martin, M. B. Meyer,
E. I. Moore, Richard Morgan,
F. G. Nicholson, Susie Orr,
R. D. Parker, Mary Patterson,
Class Historian. Sergeant at Anns.
W. J. Knox.
Minnie Malcolm. Dove Maltsberger, J. H. Masterson, Wm. Midriff,
H. I. Moore,
Ella Patterson, Maude Platt,
Otto Praegar, Eddie Onalls, Louise Ralston, Pansy Rembf.rt,
D. N. Robinson,
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fii-stor} oj ’98.
LOST, bewildered, half frightened, the lonely candidate for entrance to the academic course of the University paces the several halls of the building and hunts in vain for the place to disclose his intentions. After many times accosting the strutting Sophomores, having taken them for the managers of the institution, they whose good fortune it has been to become accquainted with the word “matriculate” (smiles from the potent-grave-and-reverend Junior Laws), at last tremblingly present their blanks to the seemingly stern terrific professors, and with even greater disquietude gaze upon the unheard-of questions they must answer to enter.
Proudly and with especial confidence prances the affiliated High School graduate of the previous year and deigns to recognize only those who like him hold the coveted diploma. Ah, but what a drop! “ How are the mighty fallen !” From a last year’s graduate to a this year’s Freshman; from a High School First to a University Fourth! The entrance examinations over, all moves smoothly on.
No time is lost in taking steps towards class organization, and early in the session over one hundred and seventy-five Freshmen assemble in that dear old meeting-place, the History-room, and proceed at once to band themselves together by a constitution guaranteeing to every member who fulfills its requirements, happiness and prosperity for the four following years. What a meeting that was ! How strange we felt! How
little then we knew of one another and----Hamberlin ! The fifteen minutes intermis
sion provided for was destined to be a main factor in bringing about the object for which the organization was begun—the attainment of that brotherly and sisterly love usually found in organizations of such character. Some wanted to amend by striking out “fifteen minutes” and inserting therefor “ two hours,” but a suggestive glance, at that juncture, from Mrs. Kirby—and the amendment was quashed. According to the constitution the class was to have only one meeting a month, but it was tacitly understood, however, that bi-weekly called meetings would be perfectly satisfactory to all the active members.
Of the hundred and seventy-five members of this class over fifty are girls, and the prettiest set of girls too ever in attendance during any one year at the University since its establishment.
Receptions at Mrs. Peacock’s, Mrs. Bedell’s, Mrs. Bachman’s followed in close succession, and the year only half gone. How happy in one another’s company! How glad to meet their companions of the school-room as participants in an evening's
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