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GOD GRANT 5 fd Q TO YOU ALL WISDOM FOR YOUR WEIGHTY PART, ' A X' A MIGHTY ONE FOR AN UNAIDED MAN. if X fu 1, ,K ' UPHOLD IDEALS, WORK HARD WITH CHEERFUL HEART, A 7 " IN ALL GOOD THINGS MAKE TEXAS LEAD THE VAN. M I 'v A Kgfxif MOST SURE ARE WE THAT YOU WILL MEET OUR NEEDS, f 1 f M X ' R ' AND LEAD OUR YOUTH TO FAIR AND NOBLER WAYS, jf! ,Q VVHERE ZEAL AND LEARNING OIN IN USEFUL DEEDS. x J I' A I A' 2 XVOUR TASK WELL DONE AND WORTHY THEN OF PRAISE, ,, ' I' Q X 4, YOU 'LL HEAR IT SUNG IN ONE IMMENSE REFRAIN ,' ,X sv ' FROM TROPIC GULF TO BOUNDLESS WESTERN PLAIN. .jj I xx A Y .4 Lf: 3 L. MWI ' Q 5 ' ' 'iff , , A 43 'IQ A r ' ff ASQ 1 - 95,705 . P ' nn I 'J XM ,. EA M' N I If .PX . . , A I Q U . G f QI "3 N . ' , Q ' , I Q 2 We A , l Sd, y ' X ' N 'A' A Q3 ffigf - , 'X f '94 E mf? ar Q ff N NA N .. f ,131 725, I qv: 'IA T, Nl IN A , A I I . -f ' L f . P " ,' Q I' 1 A f-if ' -dkf-IX . ff ' . QW' X ,M 'l 'Q . 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A . gwin. g .lclxnqur ? ...tl v I ,"' ' ' .!..,,5l':4.0k5xQ V' , " ' L- , , , N , I 4 . ,lhf l - f 1. , A , 0 . -,A.., 4 W U '14 'u?'. ' ' I c an I, nl 'aw v M - Ov., ml' -F v " A 4 A . gf n I .VO 0 .5 U 'qf "0 -'-""' It ,,o S' ,1 ---9 X - , 2' 0 . .. J ,lg E... 'f . l .I 7.8-'IJIH , A.. I' uf ' 1. l CQ- -f 'Q 4. -,xl "ir I 1 U ' s ' 1. "Q 6 .N - A I O', . ,P r. , I f Q I A n L- --'Z' -Q V 'A 4' '54 :J ' .'. ,fa ' 5 g -s fix QJELQILSN " 43 YOV V21 p J '93 1' T D xg 5 , vgbgbl i X 'TL f X , 1 : of fix ,?- 'fu I A - u .mf X 55 X if bg .eg Q- fp 125 N ,iff 14, vor.. 14. CACTUS. 1907. l ' N :B J A rf' X qt 1, f : i sr! 11' -, Contents. 4' S' B 'Q A A .fi A i- 3:1 .. , Frontispiece, . 1 A X Dedication, . 3 Aff- Cactus Board, . IO 'lx ,I Greeting, II Regents, . . I2 - Administrative Officers, . . I4 '-W ' F2 ,I Growth of the University of Texas, . I5 in n as X, 3 Faculty, .... IQ gf? X I ' J- Academic Department, 41 60 td Q Engineering Department, . 87 fa I V - Law Department, . 105 , ' N-1 , . 1 'Q Fraternities, . IZQ -Z, 'P A Beauty Pages, 1 71 , 5, iii: Clubs, . . 177 i .'-Q uf A, t 'Varsity Dinners, . 187 X5 Literary Societies, . 191 gi 'lf GA .V Law Societies, . 205 J F W is Musical Or anizations 21 L' , g y B 7 1 5 Student Organizations, 225 '-G 'QW . E, Publications, . . 233 gi xl ', QE!-AX Final Ball, 240 'W A 4 Athletics, . 243 t 't 3 'Varsity Circus, . 285 r l l lim JS: Medical Department, 341 '1' JV A Advertisements, . 397 215 5, fit , Q ly l' ff . M A My X- ryan " a iff L 953 1 A l 7 27 .ll f . Ji it 2 1 a . 'XX gk . O.. QF -' ' . ' ek ', -T 'GY' , Q, 1 ,fy ,fs 5, , --J , ,,f,12g 2, ,aff 2 2 . X "' f i 2" I 2: lx lv lb M :L QQ XY 1 Nm 1 , , 1 ,yr ' W may af if SQ M1241- , - H077-IX f if 1 ,inf 'X ,ful F4252 -fm . . . 1534 ' fn! ' 'W' ,,y ,ei why: J . L-'Q-141, .-'E -- 'A .- SQ 5 . .2 :L Qflf? ii ffgt ,eg , 7 V11 p - ' ' 3 , J "Up ' 'Q ef ff 'x -- . 61, ' f X ' 'W ' it Q '7 If 'R yu lift QM XP if RQ' . X if X bg as is ga ' g X - u VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. .5 , W. f 'iw - M gi FIA A lf' IK' ., - xvlvy 'rl all The Song of Texas. 5 'S jg. i eff X' ,. . . ' N A lexas, the mighty of commonwealths youngest, nf X , - - 'D ,aa . Grappling with problems of destiny, draws A ,dll Strength from the thought of the deeds that await her, fe - Queen of the Amazons, States of the Union. GJ G N ' Strong and exultant, ready for battle, 4' I N ' lm, Rising with promise of mighty achievements, tr ,ml - ' WW - 'ff A pl gg Texas, the queen of the Commonwealths youngest, X ,N , ' ' ti 7- Sings of the deeds that so roudly she ho es for, 6, kg O p . p gk 'WN' Sings of the deeds, nor vainly she boasts. , ffl! X h Mau g ,. 1 , . vi fa' , ' ' . Rich is the dower the bountiful earth mother f 'o 'I K3 Kindly bestows on this commonwealth Queen. ' ' M l i ei, Not any gift the Goddess of Plenty 7 - " ll , . is Anywhere layishes does the Queen lack for. , . 'x 52393 Broad are her lands, none other so broad: X-3.1 mflfllilxw Varied the temper of Kabbibonakka. lx, ly AAN? r If Ng, Shawondasee gentle attends on the strong Queen, I Q pi, From Neptune she comes and with his breath fans her, 'V .3 f y M? Fills her with strength, with calmness, and whispers If ,V 'ry if I' . . . 'A Qjifiat Ot gates swinging open to eartl1's farthest shores. if lip Wabun, too, fragrant with perfume of pine woods, 5 And lately of fruit-trees beginning to blossom, an 'A 'J 1, ' K X , 'ggfiwi Tells stories of wealth and of riches unbounded. fjjlxi ff f X oil , ' ig ' Q -J efglill fi A f W 3. Q E J X? fp D X A, ,NX ' ff " ll S gf J a ,, is . 9 V f'-S7 ' . 'lx f ', 'ls Img' V Q51-. s '-L15 Y, 1 Q ,- ' 'J v' , :'3 .JALZE , K If 'jeff if Qtr be 1 ANN f t New Mft were 115. .n.-.7-jx ' A, 'X: i 11" ' ,J lp, fL4mx' '4 if -Q i fe fe as ce ar ti io SSN it l - we a s la "W Nil fggfxg "lib" 'X 'Xe 'i Q gif" ' xx' ., l J W ll IQ: 5 0 An . it 'B ,l el: ,- ll X X , N-x 0 i WS 9 , x ll N X 5 1 X X '-1 Q ' x .Sf X . ,- .pf ' l 'A da o VOL. 14. CACTUS. But buoyant, uplifting, comes young Mudjekeewis And loudly proclaims that the honor the Queen Shall know in the future shall be without equal. Of plains and of prairies, of thousands of cattle, Of cities and highways and hosts of yeomen, Of mines and of metals, most precious and plenty, Of riyers and valleys and fertile farms frequent, Of boundless resources still calling for claimants, Of boundless resources and all unexploited, Of land and of labor, yet where love and the Lord Reign in the hearts and guide the swift pace, As onward the march of the Host of the West Swings toward the goal of the mightiest Bestg Sings Mudjekeewis, most thrilling the song. So Texas, the mighty of eommonwealths youngest, Sings ol' the glory and power and honor The strong Queen shall know. Nor vain boast is this. No vision exultant, ephemeral dream. Rather, God's destiny: noble, inspiring. May He grant wisdom to the commonwealth Queen. 17. ll'. H it . 9 Q if S 9593? iw' fl in ' iv .,'y ' idfzj , QQ , ' ' J- Q, , g gl? N-Eh ,,g" QQQ 7x47 Ag,Q3 .,Q5 lx? f lhflm ' filth' li4"'f'X' X,- 1907. fqs Hikari? Efilfyil fr' 'J 'X. ,NV ,ah M. Q, u. :Ti ffm. l I if ag-' -faq? is f . Q I, xl , H y if i Q .C-K . 1 JJE li All ,J 1 3, lb W .8 A rt, fig: 1 pfwpl Ziff xl .vf 1 afQ Ti" agffmixl lf it 3 ml can . 1 V ' ' WX ' it I M - " , -5 I ,QI 1 I .I I x VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907, If' i I . :BX XAMYKY E 'I fax Qi? XSS rf ' II 5 KA Ni ' I I I .at HE CACTU . ' fx is "u ui' i 1907 Q S Li Vfq , . X K 1 il .Q M AN ANNUAL PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS I I OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS. : I W a V' 'Q K ,A-I.' I 1 NI f isa 'i X , PUBLISHED IN MAY, QJA, JY NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SEVEN. gm X . . tg 'I T 1 5 Ni JI Y' I 'Q r y 9 I -9 ll rp J " E CI f lid' D :. Ii, oar o Itors. , .ff X LT 'aff A X RoIsE1eTH.xx'N1I5, . . . Editor-in-Chief. f .. fy ' 2 FRED W. H1lI'SI2I'I1JI.IJEIi, . Business Manager. ,, " ii li Nu OVID KINsoI.vINIs, . . . Literary Editor. Q 1. 1 LII.I.xN -IISSSII5 W.xI.KI5R,. . Art Editor. ui: ic INIAIE ISIIRDEN, I A . 4 - ' -'B ' IRELAND GRMVES' S . Athletic Editors. P' SERENA fiHUl.IJ, I I .J ' X R. D. Ifmras, ' . . . . if I ,Q N STELLA LEWIS' f . . Associate Literary Lditors. LK., I OI,I.1I2 PRI5wI'r'I', j H DAN RUoIII.Es, 1 1 . Q I Q I vb- LIMS' LH?IRMi' , , 'V . Associate Art Editors. Fifi 1 - x- LI'CIANf1. HIzNIJI'.Rb1IN, I - 4 5, C. IQ. SCUILGINS, J Q9 5, " Suwiri' ISIQIIWN ,.... . Assistant Business Manager. .fm X.. 0 I . ' ff ll JM , .fx- fgj s diff' I " N-xx 41' XXV X I Q IO If J . 9 xg! 5 - . I ' V A - ' . :X ' . 'kt ' ,i , -.43 fb II. t . N,-fra. f ,,f-Ir3f , ,,fE"fff .iii .fam Eg ' - 1 1 A ' ff' v',E1f'Q '2fJ""Riil . .Diff-ix f FI? L. ,ia J 'XY ,r..-J f 'Q . .'- ,?:7q'JX' X, LJ' M9 .. u -. T -fl-S. H? .. 'A .73--. I., 5.4 1 3- , :L A is Q 3335, ,WX ' 77 X X I-z J 5 , M .N K ,E .-N ,jx I? -'I ,hair 5 Ng, W X9 9 X fEf,X xx EM: . H x 04, . NX, voL 14 cAc'rus. 1907, 4,5 ff Y Pmlf ff? if . ff Q Greetmg. ig . .ili f nldll AA A OREET1NOx WHAT CAN WE 5' AQ 1 SAY? IFOURBOOKDOESNOT fi PLEASE YOU, NO APOLOOY, NO I ' EXPLANATION, NO EULOGY ig ,J M WILL SUFFICE. IF IT DOES W, PLEASE YOU, NO WORDS ARE ., D NECESSARY. LET "THE P,OOK,"THEN, BE OUR OREET- C 'gym ING. WE HAVE DONE OUR FQ ,v Y :::::::BEST.::::::: " ' I, ,B "' u l Rx 218 '.+ X gkflffpxi J , MN ll II If J. A. TKT, A EE 5 hx" 2 'f Q? -I. ws-'D q SXQTYXV 453 'jg' P1555 AWWA ffx P I X :Jw if A A 'Xa ff'5,4RU ffif-N X I we A Wm . 'Im I A .. -an ' 'ff X :ff X mmf' as :A ' nf at J ' N 5 1+ is voL.14. cAc'rus. 1907. .5 ' If L. ' mvmir H A-- WW A -I it-1 H W im K .X . 153. vm. JN' .l ' 1,4 Y , . Qfifklf . 2 XE' e I 1 ff., 1 mi, 6 affix mmf- ! X Jqm ,,l J tw M N EW lgfxi. r ' Q ff, me Board of Regents. 'fe-'MJ UI x' ' X .l J w Xl ' N f l :H Fil, A W' il- .. lb go - A . ze I HoN. Tom S. HENDERsoN, Cameron, Chairman. Q . I f' J' xx. Hmm. GEoRoE W. BRACKENRIDGE, San Antonio. I. M21 1 -9 9 DR. J. W. MCLAUGHLIN, Austin. Q 552 Hmm. E. A. CALVIN, Paris. J 55 Jw Hmm. M. RIARX, Galveston. ., ml x .- , . ,Ag , Nm., JUDGE T. B. GREENwmimmn, Palestine. J' JUDGE N. W. FINLEY, Dallas. lt 'l .- rgfavflmvi Hox. J. M. PREss1.ER, Comanche. if K h I v u' '7 'XR' Jm'Dm3E J.xx1E5 B. CLARK, Austin, Secretary. Q5 if ' . l 46 Qi . " i Q? tl' f W .N .Il . mf CY alll' ' il za gt 1 Jo' F X 0.15 ' 1. -1' fa Ei Q"n.t l l ,K .JQ lima 'lm' ,313 td' ll f Q - I Ch X 3 Ft. . m J Q ' 0 "f C . 3 f . l , tk , 'IE WXY' ,. sig: gist Aflgkwfqnyigji jg? JJ VYYW " fl? Ml ' ' .ei ' " f 'x ' .I Tm " . fTfq2PQI'Jf l " . . LW!! X wi Y Ji- ' ff ny jfijmuk X 492 nfl ss - A ' ,Expt-5? 44533, " Q S 'gfi:':e-- .3 "1 N P-Q73 lj N la 'if X .129 X 425' X is ' as N' ' N 'XM ff, as . U- VOL. 14, CACTUS. 1907. 'EJ M-Y f tv 2 Y Y X V' N ' JK' J :J Ev, ' W, if' ' 'Q vs .3 X: Q jx 9 gv 'VN' M myfiii - .fi ,, 'fs O .3 , A25 DX mf X , A , 3 x ' 5 1 IFS ah, , X5 ,ffxfdlqm ' xx. ,qfxjwx 0 Q-3 A 2 XIX - Lu ,X . 52 X. Y , . -P ,F J 0 1 .AM X 4XX : ' -4 x S y .f gi, ,X A59 -A 1 - ' ' l- ' ' g V 3 M ' X X l sq 5' 6 'Q " YL ag P : v a ,A 'W JA - 3 x e: A, W N x is MS: 045 Q J V I ,- -I. ' L F Q QXGQQJ x . -Y i 'N j 4' xi li In A J X - , 5 fs 5 M A 33? A fiwf' f 9? :M I s J -R - I . A , : , ' : Vw ' Q in J, :I f wi Jfffsx fi f if 'K , Q ' ., MQW' if ffyggq- 1.92 P . VOL 14. CACTUS 1907 n J V-P' Lb ' cus- av Lp Q "Ju fd ' 'f' " - ff' ' 4 , I I L, I Lx: If J YA J . 1-1 , 2 r l I , K 'fc .: I, ,li N! 3 mf,?I5g aff X9 lggtxxx Hfiif X gg ' 27: N infix: ' SX ,' be n u QM rf H VC: X , ffm :J If . 5 -I I K. fc, 'Q 5 ' li! I ug 0 ww. I 5' . ' " '7 'A AClH11I'l1StI'I:1t1VC Qfficers. 'J ff . UF flf i w . DAVID FRANKLIN HoUsToN, M.A., LL.D., ' i, President. ' . Yu, -I "5 JAMES BENJAMIN CLARK, B.A., 3 Proctor and Secretary of the Main University at Austin. Q Xi I. x :H . L. HENDERSON, MA., B.A., 57 ' 6 X J , ,+A 1 0 N i Inspector of Affiliated Schools. ' ' Ti. WILSON WILLIAMS, " 9 Registrar of the Main University. , mg 1 9 X. ' 'P Rt,JI3ERT E. LEE SANER, LL.B., 1, ,Q Land Agent. 1 LX : CHARLES B. WINN, I fig Xt . Auditor. S 0 5 , L I 'I ,gi BEN. M. BARKER, X5 A I A Bookkeeper. " 547 I 2 .1 " if ,fv W. L. CooK, ll I Secretary to the President. '-' N 1? F31 lx SFIOHN B. MARSHALL jx ' h X . ecretary to the Dean. JJ j. J. D. CoBB, ' N gistrar. fl A .7 I Assistant Re ' I "ir .P JV! I ' ' .I X 5 lv X its If fi? if 1 vi, JOY' Qifyag s ' lf .-' 1 4 MN df Q , Q ., 14 47 .P it ., . .- - X ,L l J? W- I N 'Q V s ing.. . . A . I . .rt X Wf NQ'l?iD2S4 3 .,+,f?g' V.?6fff' ,Mg 1. "wif - rf 'WJ N wi f I .ff ' If ' Jfijvx X :RJ Ib.. I A 1 ,s gin :isis ...eg were r ." ' - r' -2 J ,, - r A '- - . fr ' ix- 'I'- W 'IW QT? .499 X' 'tiff X ? ez ' Ziff 1254! i pg N- L C is a vol.. 14. CACTUSL - 1907. 1 'xg :B L . V 'if , , Sr X. A Few Facts and Fancies Concerning the - a I. History of the University. 'lisp' I .5 . K , +- i A Q Carefully concealed between the list of Faculty Committees and the paragraph iv 1 on Discipline, one finds in the University Catalogue an "Historical Sketch." From this sketch and from other sources are gathered the following facts, which 5 M. have been handled as fancy dictates and not in accord with the rigor that auimates the School of History. A Like Hesiod, we begin at Chaos, finding no Bexar Archives to light our way. I 11 Here fancy reigns, and we see the noble Indian, of tribe unknown, camping under I the live oaks that then adorned our Campus hill. The Indians have gone, the live 5 37' oaks also: one is resurgent in the college yell, the other in the annexed picture. Then came the Republic with plans of mighty men for the welfare of the ' i University to be: and then the Civil War, when the live oaks were cut down to ,- ll prevent a Northern fleet from sailing up Shoal Creek. And hence arose the need . XX- of Beck in later years, and Bray cf 111 onznc gwzzfs. 0 N Bare stood our hill for nearly twenty years and silent save for the tinkling - bell borne by the sleek bovine. Then came the bricklayer, and straightway arose the West Wing, 1 t into which professors and students moved in I january, 1884. The University had opened for I -1 ' its first session on September 15, 1883, in the ' Temporary Capitol, since burned to the ground. This building stood on the vacant lot opposite M' the Travis County Court House. . jx 1, So few were the students in those days that K Ng Laws and Engineers and Academs dwelt in har- . v mony in one wing of the present building, after ,233 the fashion of dog and owl and snake in a prairie- 'X dog hole. The Laws occupied rooms 61 and 63, '11 I and the Engineers the region now sacred to Si- ' X, monides and Duessen's whiskers. In 1889 the ' ,, N central part of the main building was built, and the University, mindful of the advice to put Satan under your feet, located the Laws in the 'll region now sacred to Howser and his aerial wld N N y A K--H artists. The Library remained in the large ,, -, I V room now governed by Mrs. Kirby and the Y. l I W. C. A.,but the Engineers moved to Windsor's S I 5 2 present quarters, standing, as they thought, ' 1 ll L'."., '57 above the Laws. In 1898 the East NVing was if built, and the upper regions thereof invaded P - by bugs and weeds and pedagogues, who have remained to this day. The Laws were moved fi? horizontally but not vertically, and continued 'QV to be the lowest members of society, as view- Wm ed by the Engineers, or the very basis of societv , ' H ee as viewed by themselves. ' V o ,,. Q , vi, . 1 . ' I R 'X E J? lxkxf' . ,n as '-as 1 ' .Y Q tx xx v 4 r L ' 'Q f, P 7,1 ll- I I - If My -fttvtiwt, - ""'WJX- if - p Jw X ia-V HQ .QTVV .- IS! 1 affix Zfjx' 'LJ X4 ' ' 'VJ SQ! u -4 ., 'S We 'E K1 N' x .bi 1 .-gr .Q I . af, it 41 ,B ' fx 4231 faith :fi1!b,L':NQJ .Qs U .- A N 1. L F. , Gr. lug' - 'My 85511 l zweq JO ix . is - of A, if Q 3 , wx, 1 I X J. Li 'QE at I il 'I ' , . oi CE qv :J A 4 N, I X I' M I N - mt. J CN dit i r Qilit ew assi as ati? as Lf T NTL. v 4 J f T Xxx '- T I -' E 1 ' V - 5 " 1 5 ' . ff- Q .Dy Ji X 'I 'All X' - I 1 A : I K - A 'A QQ A 'gan XS? 'if X7 59 X ref' X X as as 494' A J a ,gf f .li . fy t 'f fa Q-' if 'D r HT ffllfill 1 all 6 ix I A , 2 tit, l M lf '. 1 'H N I 01 I limi lt! " ily.. X , ii. 4. 1' uf 'lf 5 at lillll 1. xii L gl. . .1 ll . L 9, x ,u v - 1- -1- L NN, gk 19652 if 3 lt. fill xi, VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907 In 189o I5 Hall was built, being opened in December on the European plan with Beck as steward. To accommodate an in creasing swarm of P. E. C.s and Rusty Cuggeg this building was enlarged in 1899. A' , into its history it is not proper for masculine eyes to pry. To accommo date the Engi -., 1 ne e rs, growin' great collectivelj and individuallj tin their own estimationj, the Engineering Built' i11g was built in 19o4. Steam, smoke, gas, ant hot air are there studied in great detail. 'r ' ,'-fe-8-4 ., - Jie' i Q. I . . V" To accommodate the increasing hosts of th' tribe of Leges, an elegant building is now being constructed on the southeastern corner of the Campus. This building will be ready for occupancy during the session of 19o7- 1908 As memory turns to days long past, it is recalled that Chemistry used to dwell in those lower regions where Mather now dashes backwards and forwards, but the odors that it generated so affected the upper floors that a compassionate Legis- lature built the Chemical Laboratory in 1892. Since then Schoch has made H. S by the wholesale, and enjoyed himself exceedingly. In ancient times the Literary Societies flourished greatly, and it was quite the v thing to take a girl to hear the pre-Shurterian orators howl. There beinff neither oysters nor ice cream near the University, this was a comparatively inexpensive form of amuse- ment, rivalling VVednesday night prayer-meet- lllg. 15' The question often comes to the student Er: f ' I I -ia t X, 1 I I F7 '+ 1 u ai Y X I I I Y ,jf 1-ig? ,gf A X . 1, Q A 5 .' fx uf ':L.v. Ag.. ' , " r " 4 T? '-2' .- ' 1 ' 1 I T if N' - 4- , l 1 l 14.4 -H' :Lg .,J-1'-"'T"".' 57' lg -,f flu. fi 1 ,. . if V ' r 1 x . 7. 1 v s 'X f I fl . ff 411 ' P I 1? 'ix X 1- , , .3 ' - ' -1 , ,x I ,fi 1 ., fl ffl .1 In 19113 the lVom1n's Building Yarosef but .f I F If E :Q-. ygylli E M . rfb ., N ' ,E all gf -6 2 . ff I A mga O 7 of to-day, VVhat is the origin of THE C1xcT11s, the yell, the 'Varsity colors, the Peripatos, etc.? The first CAcTL's was planned for 1893, and named by Frank VVeleh, of Taylor, the Editoreineehief. This edition, however, failed to appear, so 1894 marked the first production of this important annual. The'.'Varsity colors and the Hullaballoo yell were adopted in 1891. The T. U. Taylor T-Y-ty yell first saw the darkness one night on Twenty-second Street in 1892. The far-famed "Peripatos," the moonlight walk of lovers, was begun and nam- ed by Prof. Thomas Fitzhugh, Dr. Fay's pre- decessor. Dr. S. C. Red, of Houston, was the first graduate of the College of Arts, 1885. He was the "whole cheese " that year. Miss Jessie Andrews, now Instructor in German, was the first woman graduate, 1886. 16 f? 'vi-, J 5. ,v FE: ,,r , M 1. I. . rf l AJ- , 3 :fl 5 '1 gf 'J - l '1 l. if, f .F 1' 3 . Q -, -Q n K In A -K A P ...E -936. if is itz A Qfvfwq lliiil at X It ...ff is ,iw fe 4 flex we w'Q:.1ff-' T A 'If' If' iv" 1' ' "J , I' fff .7121 i .fi .6 S . 9- fi ,A . A P '-1 ' . N A ' ' , C r .1-1 ix, ifffiif . Us .f M 1 li it :a u iv ' 'if X 59 X tiff, gk -12 h IS 1234, I N L ,ff I . if. qv, 13. . ' VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. C CCW 1 is ,uw f Avg .ul y A wa .. jf , NM.. 1' - No one can say much about the University without coming to judge Clark. ' x fi He used to be ji 1, ' ' 11. . ff C in ' 1. Dean, in a sort of unofficial way, FJ K 2. Librarian, with no assistant: ' I H an 3. Registrar, with no assistant, l :NB H ' 4. Auditor. with no assistant, Rl, lil, w 5. q '15 ' f T 5. Caretaker of the Campus, in in ff - ' U 6. Proctor, ' 'pi U 1 "' 7. Secretary of the Board of Regents, and " ,. 8. Secretary of the Faculty. Spf A 5, img, 7' 1 He now retains only the last three of the above activities, and it takes Dean Mezes, Vflgijqlxli 1 'wg , Mr. Windsor, Miss Dunham, Miss Davis, Miss Hall, Mr. Leslie, Mr. Meadows, Mr. if Xl ii ' -' Williams, Mr. Marshall, Mr. Cook, Mr. Cobb, Mr. Winn, Mr. Barker, and Mr. Beck '-K' 3 I ' , to take care of the iirst live. Either the University has grown or the judge has S9 .M ' shrunk. : I Thus the University has grown. In the years to come more wonderful prog- X "1' li 29iL.,,Ax-3 ,,.,', ress and advancement will be made than has marked the short history of the iii!-' ig f.-Ti' 'Lf fix' past. Watch the State of Texas grow, and with her watch the University. fl g X 3 1. Q. 1 ' ef Lei lim 'H-.Y E l 'll - " ,QM .1 jk? YV! N A 2 .7 4 , XIX -4 - 1 Q5 i t J Fa "rip ,X 5 4 I X r 9 , .' .3 , . i g- Q' 'P .4 J ti I, il i Nil -f 'Qs rr :Lili I ' z i 'H el 4. J. N -3.3! f , :Xiu q . Q 1 ' ll, - auf, J 1 1 5 - 9- f 5 ' 4 ,Wx Il 3,391 fn' 'U XX AIF nv ' "K J if ' :ale 1 1 X 4 ,x use Es' ik EH Y! .E fd 1. fl -. - : E S A3 f' xl' I . Q ,x: l .fclliflfw , X r mv I ' X ' ix- 5f 215 ,J at 1 .Ju 7.1 f ' f QI Qlglfl fl is i '. 2,32 1 di 1,1 , 1 - Al liliiu If if N3 Q Y ' :X dia fi 1 " 'vi-fix if . ' -x- , ,Jf firm-. 5 ' ville Qflfifk- fa N. 'QM 5' 222 45: HQ? 3:-R N' -- V74 'JL-J ' g 'PV F' , J' . JNX- an ki' -if X diff' as A: . - . X I ,. gl vol.. 14. cAc'r'us. 1907. wi QE llw ff ' if lr xt? .Xue . .2 ' :A Eg fi '14 V' -' -f 3 V' 1 - A - Mk ' 1 'gf 88' 5 1 K -2 W 1:-l . QQQ ft , 2, X Z4 1 V Stat1st1cal H1story ofthe Maln Branch ofthe A, 'ZA Universlty. ' , . 9- 'J 9 IA "1 . it-. A ' Xll ff- 'S+ f X : ! Y 7 77YV Y V Y li! 1 7 1 9 1 1 1 7 1 V n ! Y Iv Y 5 A Xa . 53- 84 ss-se 91-ses 89- 90 91-92 99- 94 95-96 97-98 99-00 Ol- Ol us 04 15- os '. 0 Y 1 U ' ' Students, . . . .218 198 249 307 388 357 482 541 819 1047 1118 1706 ' ,Q Academs, . . . 166 138 162 210 275 228 321 381 445 614 533 767 V 1' ,Sv Laws, . . . 52 60 73 79 Q2 IO8 144 145 169 164 186 247 ' -' K Engineers, . . 0 o I4 18 21 QI I7 I5 34 78 154 273 I to ,ga Summer School, . 0 0 o o 0 0 o o 171 191 285 444 'lA47'lX' Professors, . . 8 IO 9 I3 I7 18 18 22 27 27 28 31 " ur Instructors, . . . 4 3 4 2 1 4 4 IO II 16 24 27 ul 5 He' X Tutors, Fellows, etc. 0 0 o o IO 7 9 4 6 I4 24 36 34 If X '- VS ul: QL P, 2 ll ,. 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Xi w ' ,yq .1 ' gil vu U ' he LY ,X 'E V X, I1 'l , xx'-1 v Lg' 9 A i .' 1 X, M Q3 ,J Na xx 'X 8 'AQ Q 75 NX V J 3 J 'I wir JB I, ,3 '4 fx t:T'Qfi7 M , ' Xa,- x X J I N if ,J Nm gif If M 1' ,KR lf, y X m 3 E X .' Ur' I Q bf RCN AVN. A xy N K 'gf ' 1-' , A Jiixfiqf W1 ,mi fx K -X 'I , if V V, Jax! IFJ 1 !lJ'!1J"W W Xl. 4398 ' " ' ' f' ' ' ,FM JM' I AQ A?a'j"fwii tfs-fx 1 ra -J 1 1 - it , J ,sfltfiik Z8 , ,e " 1-,fi-s -1, 1 -v , li 'iv la 1 f X , f q. v 90 .A - N, nfl' 131.- CD E 8- 'TX 1 X ,M V I G XX I ,uf N9 'Z Q 47 juui f l ix. 6 i, xg u , 1 C . 1 y, 1553 Cf a x I ,N Jlfi L 1 159 ,diff 1 XA: vx L g., , 'il F Q12 F RS ' 'if- Q lm ff tx 5 V -1 is J' fl' ," "l VOL. 14. CACTUS. College of Arts. GEORGE PIERCE GARRISON, IJI'Ujt',V.Y0I' of HI-,9f17I"1'. L.A., University of Edinburgh, 18813 Ph.lJ., Univer- sity of Chicago, 1896, Instructor English and Historv, The University of Texas, 1884-1888, Assistant Professor History, 1888-1889, Adjunct Professor History, 1889- 18913 Associate Professor History, I89I'I8Q7g Professor History since 1897. FREDERICK VVILLIAM SIMONDS, P1'f1f1'x.s'o1' Of tft'Uf0gj'. BS., Cornell University 18755 BLS., ihid., 18763 Ph.IJ , Syracuse University, 1876, IJ.Sc. QHon.j, Univer- sity of Arkansas, ISQIQQ Instructor Geology and Paleon- tology, Cornell University, 1875-18773 Lecturer on Eco- nomic Geology, ibid., 18873 Professor Geology, Zoology and Botany, University of North Carolina, 1877-1881, Special Agent Tenth Census, Department of Mining Sta- tistics, Professor Geology and Biology, University of Arkansas, 1887-1899, Biologist to Arkansas State Experi- mental Station, 1887-189ogAssistant Geologist, Geological Survey of Arkansas, 1887-1892: .Associate Professor Geol- ogy, The University of Texas, 1899-18951 Professor Geol- ogy, ihid., 1895. I MORGAN CALLAXVAY, JR., P1'of1'.v.v.v1' of Iflltlflikll. B.A., Emory College, 18813 M.A., ibid., 18843 Pl1.D., johns Hopkins University, 1889: Adjunct Professor Eng- lish, En1oryCollege, 1881-1883, Principal Chireno Acad- emy, 1883-18843 Professor English, Southwestern Uni- versity, 1884-1886, 1889-189og University Scholar, johns Hopkins University, 1837-13881 Fellow, ibid., 1888-18893 Assistant Professor English, The University of Texas, ISQIJ-ISQI 3 Adjunct Professor. ibicl., 1891-18931 Associate Professor English Philology, ihid., 1893-18983 Professor English Philology, ihid., 1898-19oog Professor English, ilmirl., in charge of School, since 19oo. WILLIAM .IABIES BATTLE, 1'mj'e.v.v.v1' of !,'re1'lc. A.l3., University of North Carolina, 18883 Pl1.IJ., Harvard, 1893, Instructor in Latin, University of North Carolina, 1889-1899, Thayer Scholar, Harvard, ISQUYISQI 3 Morgan Fellow, Harvard. 1391-1803: T utor 111 Latin. University of Chicago, 18933 Associate Professor- Greek, The University of Texas: 1803-1898: Professor of Greek, The University of Texas, since 1898. 20 if ,11 f feb? N i'Q?w ffihg W fi Sgawywrnw Uwe? pagan' 8 8? v '11 ' q i X A f i 1,1 ' - - f , 4' ," v 'J I 1' 'NWNN23'QwwmWQMf WW W8 QQ 1 7,4 Wil, l it 7! l 5 1 is W 55, '-N 1 l,r. is jj 1 J' ft 1 1 nf if-i 4 r KVI I 'lj' 2 1 fl Z9 : A 'J , I 11 -' -1 N ff rr ,- If f ids sn A J , -Q A 'Jag ' 1 edge- - 5-sv, f-W ,-X 2 2 .1 , ' 1, .' 1 'f .41 '-' 'X F Kiss 3158 ,Ks 31358, 1 f 11 4 A as ig? :iw gg, 559 xx nas, X xx E H is X Q41 X VOL, 14, CACTUS. 1907. M . f AN I fJ Wil, SIDNEY MEZES, V xii P1'c1f1's.v111' of Pl114I11s11fvl1y 111111 1161111 of AlCf111e1111'c l"1zCz1lfy. B.S., University of California, 1884, A.B., Harvard, 189o, A.M., ibid., 1891, Ph.D., ibid., 1893, Adjunct Pro- fessor Philosophy, The University of Texas, 1894418971 ' N D Associate Professor Philosophy, ibid., 1897-19oo, Pro- 'TS fessor Philosophy, ibid., since 19oo, Dean ,of Academic Department since IQO2. 1 QQ Q 4, HENRY WINSTON HARPER, PI't?ft'J'.Yl7If of Cl1e1111',v!1'l1f. in Ph.G., Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, 1881 ,M.D., 'Q University of Virginia, 1892 g Chemist to the Colorado Q 1, and Refugio Smelting Co., 1884-1885, Adjunct Professor 5 X- Chemistry in The University of Texas, 1894-1897 , As- .a Xi sociate Professor Chemistry, ISQ7-IQOKQQ Professor Chem- 4' istry since IQO3. .l 7 5? A VVILLIAM SENECA SUTTON, ,ia Profcssoz' of the ,Sczrizcc and Ari of Elifffwllflhfill. dbx' B.A., University of Arkansas, 1878, M.A., ibid., X . . . - 1884 , Principal of Hiffh School at Cabot, Ark., 1878-1883, C9 X353 Assistant Superintendent Ennis Public Schools, 1883- mff, 1885, Superintendent, ihid., 1885-1886, PrineipalAHous- , ton High School, 1886-1887 5 Superintendent, ibid., 1887- ,fx 1897 , Professor Science and Art of Education, The Uni- 4 versity of Texas, since 1897. - I 111, l EDWIN W. FAY. 417, Professor of I,c1z'1'11. M.A., Southwestern Presbyterian University, 1883 3 ' QX Ph.D., johns Hopkins University, 189og Scholar in San- 1, slcrit, ibid., 1888-1889, Instructor in Classics and San- skrit, University of Michigan, ISQO-ISQIQ Acting Pro- m, X1 fessor Latin, The University of Texas, 1892-1893, Profes- sor Latin, Washington and Lee University, 1893-1899, , .9 Professor Latin, The University of Texas, since 1899. 7 up mi 21 it 9 if 4 , . 3. , - ' 'rl .-. 47,5555 V 'AS 'Gift -1 314-LBS! 5? emxffq A -We fyflm 95112, ,qw i 4 N XX, 1, ,L , I-4 ipxlllxl fizll 'IIN .i,Xs,,-iff' .f,1,f-.-fQ,Lfifa X Xi- iff . wa X EWQQ ,Lily ff' , - ,,g4"l"SLQ jfx ,AJ 11 , X JK J 3 723: We f. J 1 is 1 rf- gigs li it lA ? l .mr I 'fir , f at ri 'X 14, .W 1 1 Q Qi re x J till X l, ,W 2 x 5 t 4-A , . ,Al ui' "S nw 55 -7 fi if .Qliil , 's Q35 f X ,J A l ii M 54 f A3 Wil 1, 17 .4 , ,B gg. f , it L., - 1 1-ff 1- +L. J gm " Ng I 1 ,t x - 1. . if lx: ' 'F ' E- ab X '12 ' 'X ' : 'fi ' l " ' 1 'F 'N . ' gil, iii-LM ig? if NK as X X as .iz X q Bibi? voL. 14. cAcTus. 1907, X g - " 1 1. 01 v ', ' H ' K P1111 ,fbi yi, i111.'1'0N 11 RC ic 11 ETT 111 1R'1'ER, I 1 ' . . . vi, l'1'uj1'.v.w1' of .lIazIl1t'111aI1c'.v. L BS., The University of Texas, 1892, M.A., Har- Qyfgfp yard, 18051 Ph.lJ., ibid., 1897, In tructor Mathematics, ,sfwiii The University of Texas, 1897-1899, Instructor Mathe- xj matics, Yale, ISQQYIQUZQ Assistant Professor Mathe- pf . -1 Qt , Nj 'M .611 ., fgilmi, X ' - 'J 4, J K. 1' matics, ibid., IQO2-1903, Professor Mathematics, The University of Texas, since IQO3. THOMAS H. MONTGOMERY, JR., IJI'flfIt'.Y.S't?l' nj Zarcvltfgy. Ph.IJ., University of Berlin, 1894 1 Fellow in Zool- logy, University of Pennsylvania, 1897-18985 Lecturer fa Zoology, ibid., A1893-1899 g Assistant Professor Zoology, W Mill, ibid., 1899-1903, Director of Museum and Professor of Q, ,Xi Biology at Wagner Free Institute of Science, 1898-1903 5 ,Q 0 we Instructor in Research, Woods Hall Marine Laboratory, - 1898219001 Professor Zoology, The University of Texas, I 'M since September, 1903. f x .47 K, -2 W LINIJLIZY MILLER KEASBEY, 5-fig I91'0f1'.v.m1' of Polziifml Srfezzce. df 9 X38 A.B., Harvard, 1888, A.M., Columbia, 1889 g Ph. D., N, Columbia, 1890, R. P. IJ., University of Strassburg, 1892 g Professor Political Science, State University of ffnliijflfg, Colorado, 1892-1894 3 Professor Economics and Politics, ,ip Bryn Mawr College, 1904-1905, Profesggr Political Sci- L ence, The University of Texas, 1905. C132 , wi . 4' 1. X W1LL1A11 '1'v1.15R MATHER, gl I,I'l7ft'A'.YUl' of PfI'1f.N'Z.C.V, 'wiv Wflikllfx A.B., Amherst College, 18863 A.M., ibid., 18913 Uni- Wij versity Scholar in Physics, johns Hopkins University, F is 1894-1895 5 University Fellow in Physics. johns Hopkins University, ISQ6-I807i Ph.D., John Hopkins Univer- fy4 sity, 1897 3 Instructor Chemistry and Physics, Leicester VC.":'3k Academy, Leicester, Mass., 1886-1887, Instructor Chem- ,, istry and Physics, VVilliston Seminary, East Hampton, X' Mass., 1887-1892 3 Associate Professor of Physics from " january, 18198, to june, 1906 g Professor of Physics, june. J 1906. TTU I All 'ii 7 h?9Ur,i1,,Q .1 'N r ' azigf . "E 1355? gi .::, JP' gil' Q l' Sgmcx-7-J in QQLYZ3 wc- , 1 , lr? wax If E N , jljfi yifgrjf t 1 affix Lg 8 W1 11? -wr' X' waf .- Kr A482 AKX .1482 ff L . ,, . 1, J? K1 i 6 : fi t .E 1 Tir ,l i ll tiff 'iii' af ttf 1 ,, . li . ,4 ff' 'e E W1 I l l r I 's lg -X xx , 1 'I I y 1 u alba 1, J Z , 3 :fl ,- 5 s gf IJ lit --tx I ,. 1? A .P ' A I' tit .191 1.29 A , -1 xg Q-Wig ' -I " -' lx:-gf' :erm -2- g 7 f 9 , . , 'CQX Pf-tl-ix 1, , 1' I ,xl lg: .FXS ,lx .5 1 J l A XX ln? 3. 3 ff 1 x ft ,j Q. 32 'c'iN",, f'1f?5l lggrxxx Hui? X ?-fri M ,215 N DMX ' ,XX ff l f f ,X :J f ':,, ? fl 1 ll ' lx ,J , 'x ,Q iii lik. .. ll l X.: L if f I 1' . XL, 'a f I .. 4, : . V 5 3, it PX: , x if .51 tt il fait 5 j ,,, 'A ll VOL, 14, CACTUS. 1907. G- " ,ix UVM. L. BRAY, Pr0fC.vsn1' of Botany. A. B., Indiana University, 1893, Lake Forest Uni- versity, 1894, Ph. D., University of Chicago, 1898, In- structor in Biology, Lake Forest, 1894-1896, Adjunct Professor Biology, Lake Forest, 1896, Instructor in Bot- any, The University of Texas, 1897-1898, Adjunct Pro- fessor, 1898-1902, Associate Professor Botany. 1902-1906, Professor Botany since june, 1906. HARRY YANDELL BENEDICT, PI'0fC.Y,Ylll' of A,b,bl1'e'd 1lIaz'Iz0mczz'z'c.s'. B. S., The University of Texas, 1892, M. A., ibid., 1893, Ph. D., Harvard, 1898, Fellow in Pure Mathemat- ics, The University of Texas, 1891-1892,Tut0r in Pure and Applied Mathematics, ibid., 1892-1893, Assistant in Leander McCormick Observatory, University of Vir- ginia, 1893-1895, Derby Scholar, Harvard, 1896-1897, Thayer Scholar, Harvard, 1897-1898, Instructor in charge ad zizztcriuz Mathematics and Astronomy, Vanderbilt Uni- versity, 1899, Instructor in Pure Mathematics and As- tronomy, The University of Texas, 1899-1900, Adjunct Professor, The University of Texas, 1900-1902, Associate Professor, IQO2, Professor Applied Mathematics, 1907. HELEN MARR KIRBY, M.A., Dean of llfolnzezz- M. A., Vlfesleyan Female College CGa.j. SYLVESTER PRIMER, flssoczlzic pI'l7ft'tS',SIl7l' of flCl'HZCllI1.C f,n11g1fagt1v. B. A., Harvard, 1874, Ph. D., Strassburg, 1880, PrOfGSSOr Modern Languages, College of Charleston, 1881- 1889, Professor of Modern Languages, Friends' College 1 Providence, R. I., 1889-1890, Professor of Modern Lan- guages, Colorado College, 1890-1891, Associate Profgggor Germanic Languages, The University of Texas, since 1901. .xxx X! XJ 23 . , ar- I A , 1 ,T p 5 jp- E a -. I N X X, 1 Q1 f, V1 f- 21h 1, ,L yn' -9 -. - MXQQ 11 7 W N ary. .Qc A .iw CQ Q1 .bv ,N ,J , fqlgj iff l '-, Lrg fr' X1 '.1 'M sg K3 , 1.0 A 7 MIMX '4 "1 .. M at ' ' r mf A .L Q q A 'r ff M1 , Wa . Q 3,7 Cf +A 1' W af ,, f My . f I-5 ti 'P i H ll Nu, 1 'Rv 1, NS fx -ff ,. ,,. ' 1 'U 'L I Ml 1 f X ,. 4 1 , l if ' F is .all gi , Xi d ,YJ ax .JG im, Cf! I ,iq A dgidfjf .1 X, fx .fr . 1' K1 17 .PQ ' A 7 A 5 Y gl, XM, 17fjBJi'NNIhi U59 Sc A 1 1, 0, s 1, is mis, I "li L1 - ' H- S, My is 1 1- I 1 LSE kim ' v V057 X 55 X diff gg Ae ' ,fro 434' ' ' x f von.. 14. CACTLIS, 1907. tb' 49,511 1 if e tr, '34 Q I jx fir I.-gl ., ALEXANDER CASWELL ELLIS, ,4 m4Qi,i'ijir .Hl,fA't7l,ff.t1fl' Proj11v.v0r of Eilzzcizfimz. AIX g A. B., University of North Carolina, 18943 Ph. D,, Q, Clark University, ISQ7QiASSISlQ3.I1t Master, Louisberg Male JE , We Academy, 1889-18993 Head Master, Classical High School, A Chapel Hill, C., 1891-18923 Scholar in Clark Univer- ,. sity, 1894-1895: Fellow, ibid., 1895-1897: Adjunct Pro- " wif I fessor Education, The University of Texas, 1897-19o3g 4 IS-I Associate Professor Education since 1903. Q -iii ,ju ,y A QA? ' Q35 EDWIN Du Bois si-1UR1'12R, " 3 A .'iA'.Vf7CI.tlfti P1'1rfU.s'.v11l' of PIl1?11'C .SfJCUk1-llQ,- 1.11 Cfllilrgt' of 'KJUAMYY TIIL' .SCIIJNI of Publzc Speakzlzg. if A5 Ph. B., Cornell University, ISQIZQ Graduate Student nf fl! and Instructor in English and Elocution at Stanford fin If iij University, 1893-1894, Instructor in Elocution and Ora- U Eg tory at Cornell University, 1,894-ISQQQ Adjunct Professor 65 90, yi Oratory, The University of Texas, 1899-1903, Associate ' E3 Professor Oratory, ibid., 1903-1904, Associate Professor ' 'ld Public Speaking since 1904. f f. If sz, itf 61, 5' in 53 JOSEPH LINDSEY HENDERSON, B.A., M,A., I , r, 1 ivl-.YI-fill' of Sclzmrlx mul .-l.v.mr1't1f1' I'1'11jc.m11' of Erlzzcafzlnz. B. A., XVest Virginia University, 18943 M. A., Colum- lt jf, bia University, 1QO6Q GradeTeacher, Tyler Public Schools, X " 1894-18951 Grainmar School Principal, ibid., 1895-18981 ji ., High School Principal, ibid., 1898-18993 Superintendent A-ga! ffiftfiii, of Schools, ibid., 1899-19o53 Graduate Student, Univer- ':t441'-1 sity of Chicago a11d Columbia University, 1905-IQQ6Q '7 ' iii 1- A' Visitor of Schools and Associate Professor of Education, j ,B - ig, University of Texas, 19o6. "' ICJ 'i" I ,N ei. is W A g - , james ROBINSON BAILEY, L ' . qirljlllld I,l'0jt'XStH' of C'llc'1111'.s'I1',1'. MK Qiffal Dean Academy, Franklin, Mass., 188.1-18873 Phillips I 3 Exeter Academy, Exeter, .N. H,, 1887-18883 B. A, The ,jj - University of Texas, 18913 Fellow in Chemistry, The if :J fill.. University of Texas, 1891-18922 Tutor in Chemistry, r ' ,lj ,M ibid., 1896-18973 Instructor in Chemistry, ibid., 1896- -if jlfw 'Qi 1897 Adjunct Professor ofCl1e111istry, ibid., since IQUI. ibfyfbx. ., A, 3 .-M 1- as V K ANI 2 4 3 XV 3 I 19 9 N5 A E A J. what F?-Q, lx K3 fx ,Sf if ff' -1451, gi ' ffiffiffs. if ,uit tr 2 Dfffii ,Ea fprtcii ent 'ZW if-3 N3 f,3aif:itN 1 fe ef we is as 8 Q ly. .- Q .L v Y .Wi ' Iii -2- N t F53 s.. 1 l.. f- 22-f .1--8 I x .A as y l If ' .N .J n .xx A ! ry , :ff 'QQ af ' 9 -M 1 ' f ii C2 f, axe H. It li I 41 Et!l 1 J YQ: , 7" la fit - do I A., 9, jig F Xiu. L . lf ,fill HAZ X fcntl ftzflri -gig lm! iw L. 5' K. . K, Eg ,1 'Tritt it A9 l. fr 'A rlxfifp 'Fri S N f' Ali. P Xb 'lf figs !sXv f-'U rf 1 1 JA? ' X51 .7 VU, X V .P .W . 74, fl 1 li it yt. ri-1 vol.. 14. CACTUS- LILIA MARY CASIS, f'l4fj'IllZCl' Pmj'e.v.m1' of ,gf7l1lll'.YII, in Clllllfflt' of Sclzool of Ifozmzzzct' I,4111qz111ge.v. B. Lit., The I'niversity of Texas, 1895 3 BI. A., ibid., 1896 3 Fellow of Modern Languages, The University of Texas, 1895-1896 3 Tutor in Romance Languages, 1896- 1897, Instructor, july, I896'ISllQg Adjunct Professor Spanish since 1899. HERBERT EUGENE ISUIIPUN, Arljznzcf P111ft'.m11' of 111-.Ylit7l"1'. B. L., University of VVisconsin, 1895 I Ph. IJ., Uni- versitv of Pennsylvania, 1899 g Harrison Fellow in Anier- ican History, ihicl., 1897-1899 3 Senior Fellow elect, ihid., ISQQ-IQOO 1 Principal of Schools at Fairchild, XVis., 1891- 13931 Principal of Schools at Kaukauna, IVis., 1895-1896 3 Teacher of History and Economies at State Normal School, Mzlwaukte, 1899-1991 3 Professor elect ofHistory, Albion College-,1899 1 Instructor' History in the Univer- sity of Texas, IQUI 3 Adjunct Professor of History, 1996. SAMUEL PETERSON, fltfjllllcf 1J1'i7ji'.V.N'.'I' of Poflvflieilf .S't'l't'1Ic'U. B. A., Yale, 18953 I'l1,D.,ibid,,1897g LL,B.,ibid., 1898 3 IJ. C.L.,ihicl,, 1899 3 Instructorin Political Science and Law, University of North Dakota, 1991-1902 3 As- sistant Professor of Political and Social Science and Law, ibid,, 19o3-19o4 g Adjunct Professor Political Science, The University of Ttxas, since 1904. IJANIEL ALLEN PENICK, .-ltljuizrl 1'1'tvj't'.ypw1' of 1,l1ll.1I 111111' Iiwek. A, B,, The Iiniversity of Texas, 1891 g A. BL, ibicl., 1892 3 Ph. IJ., johns Hopkins University, 1898 ,Instruct- Professor of Latin and Greek, Daniel Baker College, 1393- 1894 3 Johns Hopkins Scholar, 1896-1897 3 Fellow in Greek and Latin, ihicl.. 1897-1898 3 Professor Latin, Cen- tenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, New jersey, 1898- 1899 , Instructor in Greek and Latin, The Universi- ty of Texas, 1899 g Adjunct Professor of Latin and Greek since june, 1906, 35 if .... - . T ,. -eslbiif . ' 'T il , , 1 g X A K 4'YiZf'J1 f ffl' Q ' wwf-TX: T- 535 ,Y Q73-J 'J-T233 L7?J:IJ?j fi, X i or in Latin and English, Paris High School, 1S92'ISQ3 5 '99, 4-1 1907. 1 '.a 'X' Qi' ,wt mf f ' -. , 6, of fe . Wild! 1 M ' Xi. I if :ZPL A-li X I -ii lf. 2 'Xl '1 1 T , 8:1 is K 'Q T J f 13 1. it xv, META' Q ,v J . W Xl B. 5 I I 'ifi"lll,iiyi? hill .K fa gf?- 41---14741, ,pfikg T lwii 139,979 gli? -,u M 13 f .39 1'7'f I HHN EE "Wim ,J Q- jill . if ,N A ' 1.1-1 PM ,H fi 'Q as -WIZTIS f " ffl fly, New 19 i,f4l M ' A 1 ' new - as 1 .1 te 13 2,111 7x 13, ,. 11, . X- ,1 . 'Xi J A -A a. N f,'1Lxk :fi . Or ,, 4 1 I , 8 I 'arf NP fs xv "gf X PX Es, ' H, N 04, . ' 'X .I vol.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. at fl 1 H f f CQ, fp .1 is egg EUGENIQ PAUL senoen, A .411-jznzcf P1'oj1'.9.m1' of Clzt'11zz',vI1'jf. 1C9Lff1'i 5 C. E., The University of Texas, 18943 M. A, ibid., gg W if I8Q6: Ph, D., University of Chicago, 19021 Fellow in Ap- , plied Matheniatics, ThesUniversity of Texas, 1893-18945 . of Tutor ill Cheniistry, il1id,, 18194418961 Teacher in San 'im ,tb Antonio High School, 1896-18973 Fellow in University of ff is Chicago, 1899-19oog Instructor in Chemistry, The Uni- 'X versity of Texas, 18973 Adjunct Professor of Chemistry V . since june, 19116. if, A A Y I 'P Atl QB K11,L1s CAMPBELL. ?v FNQ, .-lfljzuzrf lJ1'1rj1'.m11' nf Englislz. 'f-7 39 A. B., College ol' lVillia1n and Mary, 1894, Ph. IJ., johns Hopkins, 18985 Fellow in Eng1ish,johns Hop- CT W kins, 1897-18981 English Master at the Culver Military Institute, 1 S987 1 SQQ 3 Instructor in English, The University ' J- of Texas, 189949063 Adjunct Professor of English, 1906. JANTXXH rf ip IP v,1 ERNEST JOSEPH VILLAYASO, ,Nfl'kff'w Jilfjllllfl' IDl'tIj-f75'.5xtU' of 1'II't'l1Cl1. Q X! B. .-X., Tulane, 18943 M, A., ibid., 18963 Instructor L' in Frencli, Ball High School, 1896-18993 Instructor in ,653 French, The University of Texas, 1899, Adjunct Profes- sor of French since June, 11l,o6. FY 1 my , XB ML NX,7 L ,1 M 5,54 ,Till 9 45 Y 1:52. VT: 11 if - X i. ffl, afiltiifi' 45 1 31, Il ,lk NAD 1 X A6 f as ww ' K5 J, vi 1 0 Y ' .' 1 V, " wh! lf' P 637 E511 JJ 1 fp 2,53 ,X xv u fd? F 1 ' 1 - ,': ,V ' qi ,g5.' 1 trait' if 1 6211 I 1 9 9,-4 15 ' K '11 1, 1,11-E . . ' -W N I JK, Nl .Z A 1 Y' 1 Q? Q 1 1 3 15 .fs My ll 1 '11 llg! QM U Q . ,G g N ' Ai ,1 . 5511 W1 9 LW fi ., ' ti J 1 ill ' i X S'3 XT, ,. ,u Q J 11 ini eff tif! I I A it :SM 2 we er? Pai "es 4 tw tiff- A. rev' 5 1'-W 'ti' M XX' 'if' X :S X M be A1 as of ' 1 lu .f N, '. ,. i ,R , ,xp I 1 11' 1 ff fllij I J QQ X9 If ,G , v 1 .fi A 'I' rxx? '3 s I --N 1 ml i 1 tfflgig. .W Q' XX : 1 ' . O is I xl, 'P li .V f 1 15 Ayx : K X , XL 0 T' N, iff? X Y ,s L A xg L iq X l fri l iff it Zia E. fer 0. ll VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. if if 1 'fel 8 W I , Nl? College of Engineering. THOMAS ULVAN TAYLOR, Pmf1'.v.m1' of C'z'z.f1'I If11171'110c1'z'11g. C. E., University of Virginia, 18835 Professor Phys- ics and Engineering, Miller Institute,Va., 188348883 Ad- junct Professor Applied Mathematics, The University of Texas, ISSSfISQIQ Associate Professor Applied Mathe- matics, I8QI'I897Q Professor Applied Mathematics, 1897- 19031 Professor Civil Engineering IQO4. ARTHUR CURTISS SCOTT, Pmf1'5.w1' of Efc'C'fI'IiCtl! If1zgzi1zct'1'1'11g. B. S., Rhode Island College, 18953 Ph. D., Univer- sity of XVisconsin, IQOZQ Instructor in Chemistry, Rhode Island College, 1894-I8Q5Q Instructor in Physics, ibid, I8Q5'I8Q'7Q Professor Physics and Electrical Engineering, ibid., IQO2-IQOAQ Professor Electrical Engineering in The University of Texas since ioog. EDWARD C. H. BANTEL, .-lfljznzcf IJl'l?fC.YAI1Il' of Czitiil E1zgz'12t't'1'1'1zg1. C. Ii., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 18975 In- structor in Civil Engineering, The University of Texas, 19o1-191163 Adjunct Professor of Civil Iingineering, 11906. 27 -I :XC-I -. ,iii gyw ef lf jfgfrxlf 'MX- ,Q L cs5'fi-i ffliig .. ...E HQ! ...J J", 'f li. 'ig N U , 1, uf. , ff 41, Q ISVFH. 1 B fx 05 QS 1,1 Lift Aff . 1-L if 8 5 til., Q' if riffs? ti . Mgfil V an N Wfisigi 'QL L 2 U . LX: 'X f 7 T X ll J M .1 W 1 f X ai, tx l 'J' O X y 1, ,H ' "' It N ,. S52 - l A AS .lj . rf A S X x .fflfit r' lf 1, 987-Mi Xrg 1 W . .J 1 l 415 l' fl fzffnww .1 .1 FN .hm X13 i-K ll al JA if Vii if 55' Q. :ff ,zlf hail. bf Qi ,., Vly'-1' I H56 34 5,48-is 4 I I ..-E . K 3 P3011-53,4 .K g4,,,S3r -'Z ig ..- f it 1 pf.: ' wk N2 'X .K , J ' "Q, x' If is, ' K ffi . ' X ,fs 'I h If ', x W 'lift ' 35141 an ip .6850 X9 25 XX Uaiifr X gg 255.5 P Hp 430' ' If XX 1', ' lI .14 Wyct. 14. ppp CACTUS. 1907, ' :Q .Va ' JK N9 College of Law. A 558' nfx, 1 1 ' ' ' ,ff ? f W u ve ' - A , X . M, JNO. c. '1oWNEs, 'HAS P1'11f1'.s'.1'01' of Law. I ff ti' fy 8? Admitted to the Bar, 18723 Iudffe Thirtvfthird u- . A dicial District, 1882-1885, judge Twenty-sixth judicial " .-' V, District, 1888, LL. IJ,, Baylor University, 18973 Author X " of "'l'.,1'.v11es on Texas Pleadlngwand of "American Ele- of H X mentarv Law"g Professor of Law since 1896. fy' X, 4 I - 615 l YQ X 1C7l"wTX so , - X22 fi K2 XV. SINIKINS, ffs5'i.,g IJ1,11f1'.vx111' of Law. f MSN I 661' Graduate South Carolina Military Academy, 1862 'jffyx Ai Y A Admitted to the Bar, 1871, Author of "Equity as Ap- Xl 333 plied in the State and Federal Courts in Texas" and of A V W all "A Suit in Eiluity in the Federal Courts", Professor of Law since 1899. f : JFS!! Y' Xxx lt, CLARENCE H. MILLER, T53 . . . . Cf, 1911171-.v.v111 of Lfzu' 111111 Dean of L1111' .8c111111I. KAPGJA' . 11. A., University Q1 Eflinburgh, 1331, LL. 1s.,'1'11e if? ,, W University of Texas, 18881 Professor of Law, ibid., since in 1904. 9117 my Nflffiflx f 48 ,X i .253 .51 1.41 ,mfiwp 11. 11. '1'ARL1sToN, 'M' , X? mf' X P1'11f1'.s'.v111' of Law. A. IS., St. Charles College, La., 18683 LL. B ,, Univer- sity of Louisiana, 18723 Member of Commission of Ap- QX peals Sec. IE, 18913 Chief -lustice of Court ofCiVil Appeals N' for the Second Supreme judicial District of Texas, 181723 V 9 Professor of Law in The University of Texas since June, K " 19o4g Chairniaii of State Board ol' Legal Iixaininers. ,ttf J ll QS ray, Aa , tl if V Q "3 A-28 ,76 ' A 1111111 we 111111 8. if 1 Zi? fx ,M PM 1. Af 1. A21-rx: 428. fia X LE "l 'Nu nag' 1' 1 ' J txt 1 .5 J 1,58 gb 11 ' 1, 5,1 11 lf ' .' ,af ,Sl 5 ,fl 3 . 151 X 2.1 f J Viet ,gd ,. A 4, ,N A? li 1? l - 5 - A -x M f . f X 9' "' :u 'YK NS: '5 1 ,,, .J MQ x -a C l N N1 nf 1 ,, Fifi? fiflxf N Wi Q 23433 11, VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907, f3,N5'H3HU4QTU H3 55353 Ps ff, , ' A UTUHS fi xx f , - - X I I -,V k 3 I 'A 1 'QA ,. x '-Him " " ' A' E Hx: I f I 7 ,. U M, nf I f Jx,x lf Lag! 4 ' 2 174 asia? is W! , ' fm U A j Q5 A 37 fff W 'y f X 'f I + 4-L A N X xg F 4 . . ' ' A 'W , 1 f mx A, N-P-E:-saw ,f Ny -' X X X X iff? C 545 v- " Y 'J X 1 .al .. N if W .7 fd! W W Q T l RMK f ff K W gif' X N Q fax! ga' ' R .f nf 'yy ' f",f Y r 1 F 'A U , A M ' "le"' I f 1' Ni ' I f 4, Ur, f , ,ff if V' w ' tx Q1 f M ' .f fy X V f M1 XJ? 5 N XX 1 it N X' f '71 4 ' ' Q yy 1 5 N 1 -NV. fqff N W 1 40 'I fs fi XX N g' A " yi A 'Q X - ,,. ' 'XX XX . 1 7 ' fd M, 9 , ef ' E 4. V55 bn f : 29 . I 4 -is , 'K A Azgjv -I .-5 flag. I and Qi fm .. if - brig ' 5' ' 3-41" vs? Q HS If Q ff, M f 1 'S x :n ew " s 'UQ tfi' . AE :srl I 'figs . V X y nun 145 'Q x I, wl Lg! ' w X75 . v w 'L , 'K .V 9 ' 'L 5,9 Xl I 4 5 W, X Q , J iff Q 1 'ya ,337 M gfwq 47 F3 3 N 'xy SVR ff wb ' K Q Siu N f . Af xy K, 15 ji' 4' Xu J"'. 5 .J e i . , A I , ' 1 1 1 ,XM .P l 1 3fXX.','l' ,. J nfile 2 nn Na rktfilur' f x X9- 4. :Qi " Q' 'P-'BQ' T-Q72 7 EF"',f"' A E ' "3 "? ' ?f Lpaoxxv A X 1, f . ' ' ."' Af ff 'x-I A 'X 1":, 1 -1, -- .7 2. , , fi5X,..i?g9 Xi'1i5Ri 59 X 'MX XR :J ' .415 gnfii' I X3 VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. lnstructors. ,IESSIE ANDREWS, B.Lit., I11.vl1'111'i111' I-11 ff1'1'1111111.A AB.Lit., The University of Texas, 1886. A1'1:1's'r.x RI'cKER, A B., A.M., Ill.N'fl'IlCf1?I' in 7m5111gI1'.+A.B., The University of Texas, 18963 A.M., 1900. 3 'TS s 1 ,X V s QQ. N lt li X : . Wa f- O ' N. '1 7 Y . I "3 0 li C ixxl X f - K A , - ids 501 ly NN 1 1 1' ' 1. V x 1 J X, ' 1 V! JQQQE. .V 41,7 li lqygflfx .' frr' X Vl'II.l.I.XM lf. GOI'LD, Pl1.D., I11.vZ1'111'f1v13 1.11 R111111111r'1' 1-11111111111711-A.B., Columbia University, 18793 Ph.D., The johns Hopkins University, 1903. CH.xR1.Es ll. IQICE. BS., M.S., III.Yll'IlCfilI' 1.71 Plll'l' Illatlz1'11111z'1'a.v.+B.S., Vanderbilt lv11iX'CI'SllY, 18913 M.S., 1892. H.xR1..xx H. XVURK, ILS., A.M., I11s.'1'11riu1' 1.11 Bot111zy.--B.S., De Pauw University, 19033 A.M., Ohio State University, 1905. C11.xR1.Es W. RA11s11EL1., Ill.Yfl'llt'f0l' 2.71 H1'.vf111"1f.-A.B., The University of Texas, 1903: A.M., 1904. PHIL111 HIQNRX' WYX'NNE, I11.1ir11rf11r I-II P1I'1f.Yl.F.V. I,1'1.1' l4,x11,Ev, M.S., I1z.vl1'z1r1'111- lill l,ll,1'.fZ-C.T.g'B.S., The University of Texas, 18993 MS., 1901. R011ERTA F. LAVENDER, B.Lit., A.M., I1z.1t1'z1ci11r 2.11 Latin.-B.Lit., The University of Texas, 18963 A.M., 1902. REt9IN.XI.D PIARVEY CRIFFITH, Ph.D., 111.111-11ct111' in E7ZQIZ'e?ll.4A.M., Furman Uni- versity, 18923 Ph.D., The University of Chicago, 1905. VV1I.I.1AM K. VVRIGHT, Ph.D., IlZSfl'1lCf07' 1.1! Pl11'I0.111pl1y.-A.B., The University of Chicago, 18993 Ph.D., 1903. E111111xDT11oRNT0N lVlILLER, A.M., I1zst1'z1ct11r in Politicrzl .?c1'encc'.e-A.B., The U11i- versity of Texas, IQOOQ A.M., 19013 A.M., Harvard University, 1903. LE0x111As XVARREN PAYNE, JR., Ph.D., I1zsz'1'z1ctu1' 111 Ezzglzlflz.-B.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 18923 M.S., IRQQQ Ph.D., The University of Pennsyl- vania, IQ04. Rf'liElCT A. LAW, Ph.D., I1z.vf1'11cz'111' 1.111 E11gIz'.vI1.-A.B., VVoH'ord College, 18983 A.M., Trinity College, N. C., 19023 A.M., Harvard University, 19033 Ph.D., 1905. FIIWARIJ IEVERETT RALL, Ph.D., I1z.1z'1'11cf111' 111 EtiMCGf1.0l1.--A.B., The University of Iowa, 19003 Ph.D., Yale University, IQO3. F. li. NIETZENTIIIN, AB., A.M., 111511 1111101 1.11 Ce1'1111111.f-A.B., Franklin and Marshall College, 18993 A.M., Columbia University, IQO4. 1 C11.xR1.Es READ I3As1iERv11.1.E, A.M., I1z.1l1'11ct111' 'llll English.-A.B., Vanderbilt University, 18963 A.M., ISQS. ALIZXANDISR TJUESSEN, M.S., IlI.Vfl'IlCf0l' 7.71 Geolnryfi' cum' .lIffm1'11l0g,11.-HS., The University of Texas, 19033 MS., IQO4. jA11Es IEIJWARI1 R0111'H, JR., Ph.D., I1z.vf1'z1rI111- in Ezzglzlvlz.-A.B., The johns Hop- '1 fl li1llSl,lI1lYCI'SllIV, 19003 l'h.l3., 1905. Tv sw ' 3 . . . . ,Aim GE0R1:E A1,11ERT ENITRESS, B.S., I11st1'11cfo1' 111 DI'0Il7I1llQ.-'B.S., The University of Qfflgl Q3 Texas, 1893. 'lr , X li1.Y110N IQLLERY liENYON, HS., I7l.ffl'ZlCf07' I-ll EI1'cf1'1fC11l El1QZ.716Cl'Z.71g.-B.S., The 1 Rhode Island College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, 181991 C11.xR1,Es ICLMER Rowri, B.S. fC.Pf.l. PLM.-I11.1f1'11ct111' 'I-71, .lIz'111'11g E1117z'1z0c1'1'11g.- ,flfff l-LS. tC.I2.3, The University of Colorado, 19003 E.M., The Colorado School of jlfifxig 4 Mina-s,q1902. ' u ' Q u l 9 if 3 X S-'1'.xx1.1cv l+Is'r12R FINCII, B.A., I11v!1'111-lm' 111 Czvzl 12711111101l'l71g.-B.:X., 'lhe ' 1. University of Texas, 19021 C.E., 1905. xtw .A l 30 if xr. 0 1 ' 0 i lla 24 - ' 1 ' i .-. 4:53, P .T ,KW . ' gi 1 'IPS .1 ve 1 1 if . .11 -- ,xlwtff-2x15 , 91. ,I ld P. qifm,-.l ,,1,1,Q ' fs W . if - QW' X 121-5 'V 11 - ' - 1134 la. Jr, I U- 115131 - 1 A 3 J I l 'Pi Q :fl Q, ' , .1 11 - n ri tl 11 Wil -, fi' 1' ' 1 K ' 'Q J l 1 ,1 l . ' 3 JJ! Y r 3 as 1. ,,. 3 1 I1 I 1 rf F 5 I ,Wt 1515 v f w TU 1 4 X., ,x 47 I3 A it 1 i 51 1 1 J .xx x .1 -'x X3 f + fail- ffm, X fyfaw ,, w i3 N . 1 X . f- 7, J 9 U , f f ' Cl: K ,Auf I ,S fl' J -PQ! llil 5 JIYQV as 'pd X? 'IW X X fig' fp! Xi-eq Af 11" . H ,SG QE vol.. 14. cAcTus. 1907. x , me w - A ' Wi? .X Af xc. - 111, -gp 4 43321 Rf f QS3' "Q W We ff fx if A fy A 'J zlgq fb '1i'3f' 3, M ik fx N Y-X Iii l 'V' ' ,X flxi f L11 Q 2 Y' fl! fs X ,Q:A ,1M K . W. 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V v n 3 A J. 1, I'1.0RExeE I.x1eTHEx1,x LEw1s, .-LM., furor zu .Uaflmmztrcs.-A.B., The University fx! ' . of Texas 1813" A.M. 1898. 1. K2 Q: M.-mv Iu1,IZ.x1sETH DECIIERD, A.M.,'QTuior In .TIa!lzw1m1Izc,v.eB.L1t., The University A of Texas, I8Q2Q A.M.. 1897. 'J jg. .T W BENNIE LEHN GIASCMCIQ, HS., Tzfim' and SfUi'l'kUl'f7l'I' In CTIZVHII-.Vfl"'V.--B.S., The ' V' I Universitv of Texas 1904. X Q. T 111: . ' X . QLLQ J0Hx WI1.1.IAM C.11,H0Ux, BA., Tzmu' in JIIztl1v111f1tz'c.v.-B.A., The University of fig- Q11 'Q -A Texas, 1905. QL ERNEST XVINFRED RREIIIAN, BS., Tum- in Plzy.v1'c.v.eB.S., The University of A A , Texas, 1905. f C1.v11E TY.-Xl.TUN ITILL, B.A., Tutor in EngIzfv11.akB.A., The University of Texas, E2 A va, 1906. my If fp. B.'F. 311411. BLS., A.M., Tufm' in Ifzzqizklz.--M.S., Val araiso Universitv, 18 1 g HS., F311 1 A ,, . . ,. T P . . - 91 L W - The University of Texas, 19055 A.M., Columbia University, 1906. - 115 T11 T N01aM.xx PERCY P01112, BS., Tuiur In Gml0q1f.AIS.S., The University of Arkansas. I ' U -1 . ' ' . . ' . . f' " "4 ! pg FRED VVALTER H0I'sEH01.11ER, BA., Tutor 111 Hz.vIm'y.'--fB.A., The UU1X'?YS1fj' of 'tifyx ., 3 XI' Texas, 1906. 'S X -I0I1x HINDMAN KEEN, HA., Tutor in PuI1Iz'c Sfveak1'ng.-- B.A., The University of ' IQ' r Texas IOO6. 4' T ffm GE0Rc:E WALLACE SMITH, Hb., E.I:.., 7 Him- zn Ialvcfrzcal E1zq1nee1'z1zg.--B.S., The M ,I 1 gf University of Texas, 1905, The Universitv of Texas, 1906. I W '- Lv -3 ' ' ' . u qi fo M12 in .li J 1,1 v 1 , 7- "TT, ,K ' X u 1 g 3 231 T T I Q.. A,5,,-:gv':4'1':. -3.1 . 1 ' -T0 2 , KA, ,gf ,, N., 1 I -CJ' MSI " 6 gp A .ft ,, 1' Lf X, ' . T ,Qi 3 ' ' 'ff .q f W if I 1, , " fs , wx - ..v 0 . 'JT -,U adn, A Y! .A mv, it ' 7 It I ':' 41 1- ' . " A T Q l V i-5, 5 Z Q' B J. , ,,' 3 fab 'Qi c'k"tl9.b el L9 U fs f9s.: f' ' 1 iv S+' We 55 iii v I . ffl. BI. IS1'1e1m1411, Quiz .TI!l.Yi'l'i' 1.11 lnzie. AeLL.B., The Universitywot' Texas. 'ff A. IJ. R01:E1c'I's0N, Uni: .llf1.virr in l.I11ztf.ee-I,I,.l3., ILA., The Univensitv of Texas. 'ful .v - . . - ,. ' 4 I I fry 11. P. IEVIQNEY, QTIIIZ .T1Iz.s'i1'r 111 1.I12u.eLI..B., The University oi lexus. fgffo, N is I, X W. Ii. ,x11gv1151.:p.1.xx, Qui: iTl!I.S'fl'I' in l.I1z.',f-I,I,.I3., B.A., The University of Texas. ,452 ,QA ' f71Resigned. 4? . 1 fry We pb I xg, 0 ' 3 , X, a .Q 5 " '. - 'A n Q1 W' o , xg N 1 - "WH-' ' .ffiif fs ' ' .-6 milf if:'?wTg . EQ if f N - I ,f , WLTA ff ' W 1.221 I , i' ' rf . " .Jen 'Q - ,Jff - 4 N 4 'T' f.4""'X' JJJN - fill 'nf '2 J 'Q 1 P 2. 5 ,. ! ,Q :ff 2 z 5 1 M 54, 1 "' 51' ' 'ns 'frbfci V? ' 'fn H fu" ' f' fu' , Exim ,Asia Egg ,M ? X ' f' ' J In ' " ,f x I ix: I' A mfffry Xa' .IW X9 55 X EKX X gg 0 inf X vol.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. Q, M - ' P .5 ,M E 4, . !' wx X I if 52' N n eb ?" kx P' x 'Q . 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I 15:5 AA, '5 W 3 Xxx ' f QNX A 5 0 V I . 41KA, 3 'v 'x ff L: 'I Nwgiv 1 x 1 ' JN. , 1 fx ' X 'B ffikf X , 'V 'L x, , " tx Q 1 N S57 x 11W PM . , H, XA 4 3' fx 1. R X H r 1 I rf4N',w Q 5. 055 , X55 G J l v . xg? J wffnijxi 1' , Le ,M X N , ,Af , 4, '-x f H hm V X W N1 YY 3 5 V f' 'Q x f S h 0 fx L X W, . us 5 df 55? fvbf' I 2 , , Q Q- 3 A I .L fl 'Q " fg? N 3 1' -fx L2 J' -, Nw Q 1' f I if 'Na J,,-MQ? .Af 5 l Zkfw? "TQ Y- ,lf 1 4. . - '- - L-wg. .Q -- I A . 1,4 I . ,., x A ,- 5 Q9 'JFL5' 5-A ' tl -5 - 34554 A- 5 ' 1. ef A ff' ts MAA I AA W1 A A A11 5 x 9 uni' X fs X bt, L. - is 0 A - ' X -A vol.. 14. CACTUS. 19Q7. 'T 1, - fl' it ' Y Q1 Ai I W, foe 11' F ll - 22? Q5 C OVVS. Q . 3 , mfg lifgx WT is 1 . r xx . Y V Q- . 5 A ' ILVELYN BELL WRIGHT, A.B., A H ' Follow in Latin ana' Crook. A "' . 1 A.B., The University of Texas, 1904. 4 Z l rf: Q , W X NIAY TWASON JARVIS, A.B., J Follow in Zo ology. ' X A A.B., The University of Texas, 1906. W M WILLIAM BROOKS HICKS, A.B., 45 N 5 Follow in Cxllt'HZlSll'j-'. 3 A.B., The University of Texas, 1906. A , Q, it lt r I Q 3 f LEw1s WILLIAM NEWTON, A.B., ig ,N I 0 W Follow in English. - A.B., The University of Texas, 1904. ' 'QQ , Q , 2. I6 I D 7 11' ,I , X9 1 I 1, N .3 1 I I In i J 1 :V ' f- 4-X, Student Assistants. I of V 1, 1. -1 o- Xf- , X V QA' 2 I ,I , ff Q NANNIE LEE CALDWELL, Student Assistant in Botany. L 'X THOMAS HALL SHELBY, Student Assistant in Edzlcation. .5 7,2 WILLIAM EDMUND THOMAS, Studont Assistant in Geology. P . F, 1' 2' I JOEL WATSCWN, Stzulcnt Assistant in History. y ' V g 'wx JOE DAVID COHN, Stmlcnt Assistant in Zoology. ' CHARLES W. STEVENSON, Studont Assistant in Zoology. 3 Q Df'DRA SCHNELL, Laboratory Assistant fin Botany. 'P . . . . . . I AK' 'TIL , EDWARD M. MCGRATH, Student Asszstant tzn C11'ZlE?1'gZ1l?67'17lf1. JG, "iw Q f I. P. WAGGENER, Stzulont Assistant tn Czytl Engz'necrz'ng. 'tg S ,S , . . . ' f 4 5, X R. J. WII,LIAMS, .Student Asszstant zn Drawzng. Q ,J 3, JULIAN HINDS, Student Assistant in Drawing. JOHN LYNCH STANAGE, Stzutont Assistant in C1"v1'l Eltgl-lll'CI'l'7Zg. ' , V. LIEB, Student Assistant in C1.7,'l'lElZt1l.71CC7'l'1Zg. 5-31 A 4 If ' T. G. HOLMAN, Student Assistant in C intl E 7Zgl.1ZI'PI'l.7'lg. x 5 . . . . K -' ' F. M. RYBURN, .Stznlvnt Asstzstant in History. ' A f 36 N - A N . A A 0 .. gf M95 A 4' 'R-can - ,Q ji-'I xfsrx -- 'blk 1 - . J X X v , fx fm' 1 ,QWJQ 1 Q - I. X AQ it .milk of . . ,f f 'jfs 453W 4951 by , A 0 --'I-2-4 "3 " - Y N5f:'1:-- K- 342713 ' g N -'7yi Jffgi. by ,ff Av, A xi, QW S91 5 XX ' X A: is vw - X xg, ,ts as - K5 VOL. 14. cAcTus. 1907- X . JCQV rs' 3 H5353 2' 'F 33' MT 75? W' A N l V . xx ff Q N5 Q .fn J C .1 nf . Xl X : X X-L '. D S f 1? 'Q 0 f iv -N A . K ii fi' 7' r 'qx ,fm If rj XX . 4' 4 -4 X s. .X X X F X 'if . 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', lll x ' W If P ,, -- mf I , k 'Z -3' - I A PHINEAS L. VVINDSUR, Librarian. I' S X W MARY E. DUNHAM, First Assistant Librarian. N S2 EXP' WILLIE DAVIS, Second Assistant Librarian. A 'Km NELLIE M. HALL, Cataloguer. 'lp It NI , ARTHUR L. RIEADOWS, Day Law Librarian. fill 'EQ ,L , , 9 FAQ WM. P. LESLIE, Night Law Librarian. lie ' L qu 'G V . MI 3 If , ' I up I "? 4 Q3 ,, I5 I , I .e 12 . I 4 ag Athletic Qfhcers. Us ,Q F33 'Je J ' 3 Gfll M I, Lv X, JOHN PAUL HOWSER, B.S., . . . Gymnasium Director. I l is HARRY R. SHENKER, A.B., . . . Director Outdoor Athletics. 'V JW W EMMET L. WILKERSKPN, . . Assistant Gymnasium Director. ,I ,Ljfflaxx JQELBRIDGE JONES, . . Assistant Gymnasium Director. Q K LOUISE H. WRIGHT, . . . Instructor in Physical Culture. 5 , 51043 - - - - K A ,lp '1 EUNICE ADEN, . . Assistant Instructor In Physical Lulture. zfillm A ' ffl l ' X . 4 3. JV 51. Q5 , L ,J . 13521. A FSE ' Y xx' I ' my . I ,, if , I ' 4 7E Y ffm lr Q 38 G7 AN if 3, Xb 2 3 L, H , A. A - Q- . :VM . 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KK Exif f K ya ' I N 4 ' MD X EJ 25? JD - fd Zifwkxkg Zyyiix? KJ H 'ffm XL, Z " ff fp, 1195. iff ,g ,"' -1 J' Q51 t mf r, , lil 1 A t . fy si Til, r,-Xfx' ill, Uri ff -Xf ji -. fb x-9 X it I .-, J 1 , ge, lull' x '. t il l I N9 '9 ,1 uk' I l Q , X 'm 1 in x ,ll Mfg- fsfi il fgflll Le Vu M ,- ' 65-'ll I lil A 1. if its firmly i 'Tiff I lid ff I :fi I F . f -Qj Q. f. ff ff' film ,gf Ng? , fa , tx, :Sg- ,f IT - , I, . ' ' x., 'L K' a si' V V I f yzl, - WWJXQZ5 ,if-vhji QW '. K .VI ZAJWYQ fifffxq 'LJ Xi .L :Jw-ce '-in H54 Y an- " 74, A Q eg .1 - mfs' ' f7f'.i:,, flfilit Cgczs 1 Qi' 'VP , "FQ fill ,SQN 43 ,avg fm Mgt L, fri, ,wa is fsfw ,wrist - "l'i'sff'E :1 ., 14 'N '1 l -X is Aft 'si tif 1' ""l3-1 WX f A I- hw iv - 5,1 if 'WH sf mf' " gf, A iw' XI: X1 :Y 'ii i A sf 2: ,UNM Liv X ff" T :I -2 Q My RQ' six A We 12 .If T 3? Kiwi 'i F! T4 voL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. HOLLAND EIJXYARDS BELL, MTA., .-l zmffzz, Ttlrfzx. Law Librariang B.A ,University of Texas 'OI 3 LL.B.' Vniversity of Texas 'o7. Subjects: Major, Historyg Mi- nor, Political Science. Thesis: "The Texas Convention CLAUDIA CECELIA BRAHM, M.A., EI Pzlxo, Tvxclax Alpha Delta Phi: B.A., University of Texas, 'oog Subjects: Major, English: Minor, Greek. Thesis: "Nature in Tennyson." XERNEST WINFRED BRETT-TAN, M.A. Ba1'ilt'I2', Tvxclx. Tutor in Physics, 'o5-'o63 'o6-'o73 B.S. University of Texas, 'o5. Subjects: Major, Physics: Minor, Mathe- matics. XTISMPLIS HARRIS, MMA.. .-1 Il.VfTlI, Ttmzx. IS. A., University of Texas, 'o6. SL1b,iCCtS? M21j0I', Spanish: Minor, History. 42 iii, - -.f T.. as-gif f 4 'RY' if f.-A-95 YQ ,MW My - Sw ' fr" 4 lfcl if-A il fi! l I fi ', .Ez fft g A sy, fr" , Vigil , A SSW: ,fl nn1 'l TWA -3 P Txsqii fmt MQ ,' J , ' L g li , M ,t ,., 1 , My if A fi t . F i , .1 ' Q ,figs M it L if .fill 'I 44 4, N .6 1 V 13? Tl 3, AQ I 6i'S,yi?x v F 'l tal 'il l 1 'F xl' x if . il l , , ,el 1 HQ Q. - filly K 'BN ji lst X L'xl ut! i an W 'YQ . . I. ,, ' i Q Q VOL. 14. x . ip' .54 gy eg. ' xii Xin Q ii 1 5 is B lj xx it '9 47 "iv wk Al . ig 'Fx I N D 'r f' N j 1' ., at X I-1 T l ,4 if af ,ng-,5 . x flf'?fNfX1? ,ff W if 'rail Q27 N' H N. We in f- g fi fe: fi A -' - -5, ' ' wg . 'j -4 f '-T f ,gf X Cx .23 ff, , 0501 X of Ng CACTUS. 1907. QWVILLIAM BROOKS HICKS, M.A., ilIaf1'1zIm1'j1, Texfzx. Fellow ini Chemistry, 'o63o7, BA., University of Texas, 'o6. 'Subjectsi Major, Chemistry! Minor, Physics. fGIf1a1211jxx'AI.1'IiR'HoUsEHoL1i12R. na., H'1ft'l'.v, Tc'.Yt1.v, Tutor in History, "OO-lO7I Business Manager CAC- - O Tvs, 'o6-'o7g'I3.A., University of Texas, 19o6. Subjects: Major, History, Minor, Political Science. MAY MASON JARVIS, M.A., fl zmlfiz, Ttiuzx. Kappa Kappa Gamma: Student Assistant in Zool- ogy, 'o5-'o7g B.A., University of Texas, 19o6. Subjects: Major, Zoology, Minor, Political Science. JOHN HINDISMAN KEISN, M. A., flzf.vl1'1z, Ylt',X'lI.V. 5, 'T Q President Graduate Clussg Tutor in Public Speak- lo ing, 'o6-o7gl'B.A., University of Texas, IQO6. Subjects: TM Major, Philosophy, Minor, Public Speaking. Thesis: -iN: 'Reid i't'l'.Yll.f Hume." .D 41 l 4: ' xb . 'P 0- A ' N.. 'ix 5 'T 'REEF' f xi 'Ps-9 , 7 N 4 sp O -i 1 . 1 i was ,N , L 41' ,AU , rr gf, D Q Q ff f ,V , fe. vi . . JDJ Y ,419-5 K 25.37 ,QW y fi! il" fffjjqvxlg X jg? ' fy 1 fi: , f' 1 fi' . ', l. 1, X f 1 WL ' if is iii! it Cf' -S0 .glib , 'O' i x , W if-jf -1-x fsuffm fy' ilfll., , rl, .lj , Je 5, 1 ls is X,f5,j . ,., .- 1, . in , fx, N ' 1 rv xi , -, ., A x -A 'ff if-I rf? 'lf' 4' , V4- L if lf 5.5 31, l -.,, li lg X' 'Q lx J if if ni XO' if NS A , a ,XXV QM' ix' Tilt , 1 'il in in I vi J V! J ffjiwi T l ,f Tl, fit, 4-lr, IQ., ,, aj -ill ,U L' 'X :li fi' lv s jx SEQ- ,: V ,. l-igi 'l ll pfi',.1lMilxtX i, 5,74 ,lf if? , it - .JF CT MQ All rl iq. y s cvvey i Nw 1 .,. Wi' jx' -7 Vfwif N 1 gif , K lr JCTQV ljilsilm B T xxx, f I 1, 4- xg! 45 N rw N. liffci fx','XN f ' N 'I , -, ga l iii gli XS. I M9 Sa ' , " ' L-T? " A Q- . 5,5 , -2 1- , wa J, H I X J Q , if ' 'MQ' 'ggi-lim fj'2, X. fx Cllcf 'il , '?ffl"'4 fx 12' 'I-be n A 'tix ,I 'iff X 59 Y if 55 as " my ' 1590A ' j VOL. 14. 'v If ' lex. N .N. . TJ ' s i A , rqfw' l : l i X J ,. 4 1 xg, l i l l s 1 ia J . i, 'x H x ll il it 1 X l l if X' NP 0 L' M , , N if ii d if R, an G , fl N. f 17 ff if j Q, A in i : I '- K , X . rib H if as Q-'A EM X X . V vi 4' . A J .m1,"' ifA ,ii iz :ff ifglisei CACTUS. 1907, 1.1 'J - ELISANOR TUCKER KENNEDY, MA., fl u.w'1'1'1l , Texan. A.B., Tennessee Female College, '95. Subjects, Major, German: Minors, English, French. Thesis: "The Healing of Orestes in Goethe's Ip1zz'gwzzl'." IQIJNA STEELE LEAVELL, MJ-X., 1jt1Ut1A', Y't'.1'tI.V. Phi Beta Kappa, BA., University of Texas, 'o5g Subjects: Major, Latin, Minors, Greek and Sanskrit. Thesis: "Translations from Lucretiusf' NATHAN ARIOS LUBLIN, M.B., ,411.vl1'11, Te.u1.v. BA., College of the City of New York, 'o4. Grad- uate of jewish Theological Seminary of'America, '06 Subjects: Major, Philosophyg Minor, History. HERBERT 'LEE MCNICIL, M.,-X., Ilnuxfmz, Tt'.1'l1.C. I'l1i Delta Theta: B.A., Southwestern University, 'o6. 64 Q. 4522, ., 'Q XB in B ,fs nm 5. acyl! it W fi!" ,'Y. :ii ' mf 4 l it mf -ai I. il xml i in l i :lj WI f lf if .I i I h I X I4 ,. J F F .ft l F! 1 '1 ily I Wg! A -I X- A Q 17 i f fbi: T1 ffaewb i,Jfr:t4 :aw fflw, vt A f' Q Hit? 6114 'Y' T iii-if' . rcffif - -'vw 'fs' 5 Qs, f 1 ' ' .fs 4 J :af ' I it 'f ' 01 " f 1 an Gd xx Kg 55 X div gk f hx ID 1230! N P VOL' 14. cAc'rus. 1907. X fffaafrrfr s s rarer ,A 5 fir XS, LEWIS XVILLIAM NISXVTUN, MA.. A Azzxizdz, Tc,u1.v. 3 Fellow in English, 'o6-'o7g HA., Uiiiversitybt' Texas. 'ot Subjects: Major, English, Minor, Political Science. A i Thesis: "Tennyson's Portrayal of Common Life." jg? iw :NV XLUCIAN WALTON PARRISH, MA., K joy, T4'.1'11.v. ff 5 Q A BA., University of Texas, 'o6. Subjects: Major, Poa Kit litical Science, Minor, Historv. 0 . 'P f G its. XMARY LoU1s12 RooERs, MA., X 1 - ff 11 ' flu.vz'1r1, lcxt1.v, ' '39 Vice-President Graduate Class, BA., Universitv of W X . . - l 2 Texas, 'o6. Subjects: Major, Latin, Minor, Greek. fx . f jt im I X jx XVVILLIAM CROQK VERNON, MS., 1 JS! Azzsfzdz, Texas. Tutor in Mathematics, 'o5-'07, BS., University of Texas, 'o5. Subjects: Major, Mathematiesg Minor, l Physics. 9 . in ,P j 45 , Xb F29 ,, ' V- .-. kiwi 'as " ' gi.. tp as at is if ak ,wtf fx Mft ifsi? CEN? '-W2 x y, 'XL Jff fi A ,, li, sg ,'C1f'f rj. i 1 J' i fa 4235? its X R ww TJ, 5- 'fi . S R. X r .Inf N 1 W1 tu W or ff- - 3,9 rw M . ti Mfg' X? ' hd L 'x V x xp if T ,.,wlx, T X X75 X. 'v I, , "' uv 'X Ft I. PFC' 5 J jx, 53,182 Q35 'J XL- pfiks if ' tit --tx ' 'ifijt 47 .Pt T' , 'iz wi fijih ICJJN '49 sa ' .li - , A : L-was '- S Q fs- . 5 v I A-59 fgmk 1-72523 Mig, 'Q LQ 3.2 Wg. 'iff ' V ff? fc-fly 1 if 5 K. - N -if sf we if N A - if X' W VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907 ,f lf. - - ff .M - -.P x W i A . bl E Vf, QM if il nxt, R. i 1 f .1 ' . .gf I i, 1 4 1 ', , , . i A x ,f 1. ' .J 9 , 4 4 V i l 1 fl Jw -1 X it :fl 5 015 ,. .4 ,dx 'lil 'l' AN , I 1234-xi 5 'O- fqjfk iilxggi, XLILIAN JESSIE WALKER, MA., fi' A.!',T1'.. fx A 149111 nav 67 Q Chi Oniegag BA., University of Texas, 'o6. Subjects: Major, Educationg Minor, English. Secretary Graduate PA " Yi Cl . W il lg A Qt ass 1 .EJ J r x Q 1. ' 9 X A P EVELYN BELL VVRIGHT, M.A., 5 gin! flzzstizz, Texas. f tml i Y, Phi Beta Kappag Fellow in Greek and Latin, '05-,o6, fl Q l 'o6-'o7g BA., Universitv of Texas, 'o4. Subects: Ma'or, Rl . X . J J 5 5 Greekg Minor, Latin. Thesis: "The Odyssey and Hflne d. ,gif ll A 3 o i pl Ng A Discussion of Vergil's Debt to Homer." gvf E O. 23N I a e didate for degree, 15007. i ll D i IG , ix Q fl rf N9 P K 4 , l 'f l- il K or X ffl Milli I 'RX a 'Ns-f-O f W w frf X3 J L I sg fb' Q9 ii? t'f'i.:' Q f ,rIfl ff ff' 69 X 1 I Q4 j f AID , C !,f' ' f f jllgrlb? fx! L' N . 2-l 'ni ,ii nf as l img LTL-lliilxtixf nf GYM g The :P 3 I' l K- NV9 Q x9 F if L , fl " 46 y QQ 9 Q W . f. L 3 f :X ' J? Wxlf' . ,. , 5.53 ails lf ,Qigl fl if N55 1' fi? t - M . at fl! vZ,fJXT if . 2 'X- ,...a 'lm . ffafll. X X he lg ll .lflfgrv J x. X is IN, Ji if rl 'i ,ff 1:1 . f wi X 0 0 1 'x X 5 v- M Q x f, x ,, f Aw f i f , 4: x Lx, , fofjf I 1 'J M X Q , 22 -lf, 51 VOL. 14. cAcTus. - nb nfl 551 rxfff "' M-f' ?,2 m 5 2-1 fi' xi - ,Q Q A 5 fx 59 Zflw NX, X, 4? , X J 53+ fA QxX,X 1 W A Q gin ,W A X fgpyby X sk A dj? ,fl A 1 ff UW 1 sy KV Rin 1' Aff xx In 1 Xighk ivxffl jp wg' 'P :J QA, 7 LVHEN more Uma my E smmourr offs H15 uri, fgwg 3 YE vfueim mum Poms mm Mmm THINGS. ff? gf WUH RAMVANI AMBITION Hlj BRM is mfr YE mmm Joys OF 'vm wnfwi ? WGA 3 HE LAYSAEIDEJANUJBL wims KINEZ gix K-X ' . my wa omzurff I mm m mrmnr NEOHNEJ J :vo Loma mfrwf UF smmmmc mm, . . 465 Y AS HUTJNTHE UEIWE UKIEVTQVUWMED HAI, iff? A mm DREAM-fm UF THAT DM UNE if. A WOMAN'VfKHAVj A HNUKE ,WE QYWM A iw 2 0 4 wx' f 7 X5 2 ia ffgiiiks 5 X , W ., q X NX N r Iv , LW . ---vw xi aff - A35 JMQQE .ff . A fi? fx X XE ,gf A W W .. i , Q KW it I ' f l F I - 2, n 119 ' 1 'fi A M MQ QQ Q mf xg 5 1 f' 1:50 Wi HFQK M5231 'A 1 4 if-9" 1 l 'C l 1 X .. 1154 'W X 0 Y 120' 51. Q ' if 0 ' ' ,1 . if t I, von.. 14. cAcTus. 1907, 'S' A W! Ig My fx :J A111 RI IH Lc11'I51g ANDREWS, HA., IIBKIJ, X54 A 32 .S1I'l'1'llIllIl, T1',1'11.1'. K gp FL-cry-tary, Sc-11i0r Class 3 Choral Club. Ml " .Q . . 1 1 gif' -X Ihr-rc 18 11 XK'UIlClCI' 111 thme azure eyes that In v A l.21SCl113'EL'S.H .4 , 1 ,, 1! ff? 1 N X -1 .. ., S? 1?ll1 -1 RACHEL BA TR, I5.A,, 1 V GX, L A X' S1111 .-l111'011z'11, Trxfzx. 54' V' s lll ll "Yi1't11c is its own reward." F :ft 6 1 A xg .1 7 ga A L 5 wif if A I. 9 K' ' l f 12 1zc111ER'1' DULAN151' BARKLI1IY,B.A,,fDI'A, . X 5-1111 A1zlm11A0, Tvxclx. ' fl 1 5 1 A "I am bad, I 21111 wicked, but I hope to be worse after L 'l 7 z1l1vl1ilc." ' .. X1 ,N ' 1 xg I 1 " J ig . 1' l' 11 . rye. 7 1 L X 1 1 ,gf ICIJWARD WINGFIELD BLAIN, 11 S., C15., N151 l'l'IfllUlI, Texas. A , "No storm QVC-r rufllcd the current of his lilo." 4 ' -cl if u ' 1, ill -1 if H 9 ' E my 9 15591 X 4 N d, ff ll -lg f , I Q Nf . ,fs 5 1 f 1 .. lugs: - -1 1 111' .-my I 1 rswif 1111 111111111 fa 1 11 1 1 nr . 9 X V NA! f , 1 Y , 11 f P ff ll' I ' I ' ,I I ,l x , 112,-WJXZ rf 2 Jw N mf' W? . K . JQHVX AKJX 'CJ U1 rf 5 me we " A ti isp. o was QPXLSXN 'RN list .N fx! R X fe vgx - RS ,l X l f CA? f XLQP, Ci 'XXX 4-2, LX' lxll ll ' 'pf' .JN if A. Ya- -,ef X' Z9 X be A rv af - X- Sl VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. M - " '4"" -Z 7 ' 3 Sig! sy, our 1soRDI2N,JR,, BA, cpm. s ,hvtlll Alztmzzlw, 7St'.X'rl.Y. "And when a lady's in the case You know all other things give place. X 'fx gl X Maui lfHILA raoR1i15N, KKP., BA., J ff!IIIlt'.YfUll, Ttl,X'fItkl. M Y. NI. C. A. 3 YieeaI'resident Sophomore Class, 'o4, and .X: of junior Class, 'ogg Tennis Champion, singles and 3, V' doubles, 'og-'oig winner of in tennis singles and doubles, 'oi-'ogg Executive Board VVomen's Athletie Association, 'og-'mfg Tennis manager, 'o4-'o5g Turfzn ll . , X . , - X . Board, og- o6 5 CACTUS Board, o6f oy 3 President XVo- X. n1en'sAthletie Association, 'o7. .1 - "YVhy should not conscience have vacation , R? As Well as other courts o' the Nation?" -P Wa DQ- XYILLIAM RUBISRTSON BROXVN, BA. if X .-lzmfizz, Trims. 't3Iuch can be made of a man if he is caught young 'y and lady-like." QX 'x l' fx I X ' BALLARD Y. BURGHER, BA., f1DAt'D,, IJIIHIIX, TCXUS. A Nial - bww if K ' I JXP. -in iq, ,fr 'c 9 tiff f, as A m ISK, I ,Q mf 1 is " , A , l ff 'Ai he 44 'li 1,26 A 4? 4' ff 'l 1. A fd' limi i 'tolli ,fb A X0 rg x WJ '7 L l R 15,5 rg riff r A ' fxw 1' ll Aflf ff A V 1 ul' 1 A ww Cv, l,,. L. ,. LL Band, '04-'05, 'o53o6 I Yell Leader, 'og g President , N T Y X 1 A , . . , - Y ' " X, Sn Jliomore Class gCJleeClub, o'- o6, 06- o' 5 Iumor Ixev sl! ' 3 p . l 0 f - , 01, K -i' Urator 3 Treasurer Senior Class 5 Senior Football Team, if 731 gi "275" Club: Y, M, C. A. fig all Q "Counts his sure gain anil hurries back forpmore. ,ffl-Yi 1 A FX' Reputed grafter and undoubted bore." ,?,If5"'LbXS ly QA. ' 4' f:lVij34AXN 5 I A193 'AN tt rw .- f. ' a A5 Q 5 ' N, Y f" Q , si A - . . Q?" , .,-. F73 X ' A, J fvi' 1414.9 .fffisgz-if, L2 ,rf nf WY? tI"lf,,E "I ix l Y CL X KK ' ff? -' ll fsfi yfifv EQ 714 ' . - ,. , ' 'i ' ' . ' 'I '- I f 4, N 1' 41.1, K' ss dk!-AX, JL-5 . JPJ in-15 6425! 'W mv. . 1 7mi2 '. , Y. AV 1 x T. 14. f l x A . L .."-NK' . v 's H 1 'I I v tt .. E Fyfii, ll' ,gl Agillef ref? lE'eAi'7g4fliwXX I3-YN' ' XQN.: FEQ9 x ,'f'fl' .X X ' Nlsll ' fha ll Pl Ji., r, K Z 1. v 'lp v Xi .,- J X It 5, , ,+L Q P X .33 xv: W? ,N L to jvwfd - 5 lx 1- I I - Y' 157 N' 59 Q' aff XY We X fda! if L23 Kes! x ,K L - I' . r -5 A 1 VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1307. , e e ou oe no oogwo uu , oe E ooo on eu W, lv, l " P A F N r X 'nhl iflf f M- XJ 1 'Q ll 2 5 if - I El'x1eE CARMAN, BA, fl ii? fl Zl.S'fl-Il, Ttiwzs. 'T' , ,SFF Q , Q1 . Ifj ill M55 beeretury Semor Class. 2' E L . . . .... .fill Al" A by A'EX'L'Tf'tll1llQ' that 15 exqulslte lndes 1tsell." nj ,gn -xg fl ,f'Qli'll 5 ' Q ' Mx X 1 H., ' s' QQ N All fflx ' A. EDWIN CHANDLER, B..-X., rf it ' A Cil'f1lI17CI'l',1', T4'.u1.s'. Q1 4- 4, - ,Hal Young Men's Christian Assoeiationg Glee Clubg Band. gg if 'rel 'l "Alon0' the cool, sequestered vale of llfe "ll l 1 D . . af? V' K '5 He kept the nolseless tenor of lus way." 3 it ' iegf IN ff- x. . Ik! YQ 'N f C .S -fs 'Y l qi '7 KATE COCKIS, BAS. , uf or X .4z1.vI1'n, Texax. t, . . . . Q -1 fig Young Women's CllI'1SllElU ASSOCIHTIOII. X53 wr . "VVl1o soweth good seed shall Surely reap." ' , r 4 -I ff X3 L G is l Qi' P ,Q KX ij ' 14 L X fs ll 5i'?'f'f ' safely' ELLOUISE COCKRISLL, BA., 'fix sfw or A f 'ffl K 'kg Ab!!-4'lll', Tt'1'r1.V. A D rg. Ashbell. uv :J , "She walks the waters like a thing of life, AAS ' 4 1 , .. ,, ll , And seems to dare the elements to StI'llL'. Mg? Q f , - 9 ffl X ,pl el lb A fl Sf' 47 l X ' J ,KKQMS n - . iii: A in F ... J . ' .. ,415 'I f 'f Mei" - fr fs' l ofgix, , lf J M1 QJETJQ , 'N Q31 V7 p N1 ? XCR!-sl fm W 'l'54""f X ' ,J lil Q.4'FX' My LJ ' xv ' 1 'x "ew - ,jg if-3 L-E5 s si A 5 ,'5, f-N3 FV Qs f is Lise. . A firm KLQMLS7 ,sflig , ,fxlw ., f vi ,s -.fiimyx ,rw N f I s 5- .S W 'f ' P 'gk ' " A ' " ?,Lgte.,: ' Qxf " -gtk 9 fx' 3 an My xl 55 X Wy X bis. X' AV We iid! LS? ZH! l VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. i, A D . A X JOSEPH DAVID COHN, BA.. ,li lf V . RQ, SUICC, Tt',t'tltS'. N Student Assistant in Zoology, IQO6-IQOYQ Senior cf, Treasurer. 5 lv' A . . , Vi 'He many creatures did anatonnze, - Almost unpeopling water, air and land 3 1 3 Could tell if a mite were lean or fat, Could read a lecture o'er the entrails of a gnatff :Sz E5 axis JEWEL DAVIS, BA., AACIL, 332 Pz'z'isbz1rg, Texas. Young Women's Christian Associationg Sidney La- lx I Nxf nier Q Critic Lanier, 'OO-'O7 5 Vice-President Senior Class. .ta l is 0' Xi "A jewel of the brighter lustre." 'f Ni 'P Lily . X' ARTHUR CLINTON FERGUSON, B.A. Nz i' Sz'CfJILC1zvz'IIc, Texas. Athenaeum. "He follovveth knowledge like a setting star " MSX W A in L . xx l NELLIE SERENA FERGUSON, BA., NJN Hozzsfoiz, Tc'1fa.v. -XX ' Young WOIHGHVS Christian Association 5 Senior Repre- 54 sentative Advisory Board W'oman's Council. A "For Truth has such a face and such a mien ki As to be loved has only to be seen." A Q 3 51 , xl D fp ig 5 . -:X T . Q Aw dass A A A A lk lili R' - X X W -Xl 'E UAA ASAE 45 'bfimifikfli ffqyfgxwa fl' ' Jill q f -A 2 W K5 1 '. a U 'A by 1 A-. r 'L A z 4 x X I l 5 f lm' i w JA4 ' lag? A in ll at M, f l WL my ' ,F J' K in 1 5 ' A I tw I lglllil , , 4 . We 5 Q74 Iii ff ' l.' J -l lu A w aft . Q I J I lifiafjf ., M 1 s x Eight N A2 WWA Q fy if , , ji , Uillky VA., 1-1' : M .T hi ,' "I 53, "iii XV 53 xv Hiiifx Ss ga ' 2:5 ' zfw: ' xx lk .gg ,tw rfg X 2 i N I , s, ,A i, ID XNQ li' ll af .595 X I I N9 fn H ll xl I it Q- 128-. it Ai X Abi' X -in lc x L s 1 5 il . gli., L ox . 2. if .S+ si it al if von.. 14. CACTUS. 1907, CLARENCE STROUD THOMPSON FOLSOM, B.A., .S'u11f1w's011., Tunis. Rusk Literary Soeietyg Student Assistant in Spanish. "Like the Genius of Famine descending upon the earth, or a scare-crow eloped from a neighboring corn- field." ICMMIIC VVATKINS FOUNTAIN, B.A., KAGJ, Collrgv Sfatimz, Tciuzs. Young Vl'O1I1QHyS Christian Associationg Sidney La- nierg Assistant Manager Basket-Ball Team, 'o6-'o7. "All things are ready if our minds be so." PEARL BARTH GANS, B.A., L0llQ'U1'C7il, Texas. Reagan Societyg Choral Club. "Like angels' Visits, short and sweet." VVALTIQR LOVVRY GARNETT, B.A., ATA, San A ngvlo, TUIGS- "W'hati amiss? You are, but you do not know 't." S2 Nd! 5458! A fay L i ' ' - 'g ' ' , .ILL L Q gb-fig? ,J 13 'QE YXQN ffl txt- . sub NX , H N7 7 J K. W Iffbfii..-i..1i3. ,ZSEJALN .gl ffl .gl if I if ,2 It ,f fill , ,. -ai' J gl 1 I ,, ef 'lg aft' 45- P 3 uxsl, ff 4 Q 4 W x gli .iii IJ l,4 ld-il x" 33 ,I .. all if . f n 5 v r Q I3 ' Jill 1 V aff A W X K ,u A xi. l 47 fl WI, l a', x w -1 + fer we s ae 'm 'f fu ' ' i ri Illia' ,,f'f 'ffl ' ,fx gb . ' This N 'TW XF .49 X 4231! X he er 'A 65" 42" ' X- 'V Lf' fx, VOL. 14, CACTUS. 1907. i 6-fe-e as mfmrrr eases are ee-ee as E ee E A fri N Fai, ix, ISNOS GODFREY GARY, B.A., 1 5, I San. lllarcox, Texas. 167- 'X Ib 4 ,, J Young lXIen's Christian Associationg Capitol Club. 1 ' SN "Oh yes, I am a chemist some. , Q I mixed the biz JJ And heard a fiz- jg. W'hat costlv stuff is latinu1nl" - P Sl W - xr! 5 A X Xl A Q4 Q ALCAN HIRSCH, B.A., 5'3" j ifHis joys in life were only three- . A book, a horn, and chemistreef' i. 0 e fl ffl. Gulf l l THOMAS STEELE HOLDEN, B.A., cpm., IN W gl l i 'M Dallas, Texas. 23 1 Young Men's Christian Associationg German 2Club 15 45 - Exchange Editor AIGQCZZZTIZC, '06-'o7. il .75 ifl "Ah, Tom! ah, Tom! thou 'lt get thy fairinl- f y Q In Hell they 'll roast thee like a herrin'." l 41 ,X '44 iv I 'r, N FLGRENCE HOLLIDAY, B.A., dig Eddy, Texas. oils Teacher in City Schools, 'og-'o4, 'o4-'o5, 'o5-'o6, 'V :J z 3 06-'o7. -l Luixs "Such joy ambition lindsf' A, l , lf. Q i 5 Q3-9 f ll 52 f-E . N . df .lx , X, . 'Li . N o XJ3 X En re gf t , .-aj ur 1 piif 1: friiy , QQ 'NBER X A Xyaxxib ' fa-fly 1 ly 'HV Qlli i l . X W if . E if te if w if A Q I 5 'L' 'C - W? ' ' "' -1 5 Q 505' -' C ? ' ' . A ,it ,tit Msg ,QQ ,gm , ff 'A ' ' .fs Q, 1 N '12, -' ' A 'A ' f '., ' 'f 4 : 'F 'N . A Q bglfifilh if X? iff X! 55 X aff X gg ag fb Qc, X , 4' .3 i - VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. QC it A NA as f' 1 ,ll A -, i' 7 ' i,z.,' All ' is I JKYEJ- f.-ffzfl g ,' g. ft fa. u l - 2 lrrl fxf LJ sq' It P , , . , , t ' - ' xnxxiit nu imc, Ba., ,i u ' -, A C53 fll'llfI't' IDUI-Hi, 7lL','t'tl.Y. ' 1 '. iff 4- 11130243 "Only the actions of the just gf Ev QQ. Smell sweet and blossom in their dust." 'TN 'J fi' 5 f tl , X if it J' K 'Z J -Mx 'QU l l Q, BILRIHA LILAH ificicsox, ,if X, ' f sl-f Q Z5 E7 C'01'.v1'Cc111tl, Tt',X'1ItxN. D , , , , . . . . . , 'fri 7 W X oung VK onien sChr1st1an Association: Library Class, il, ll 'ooaoyg Choral Club: Athletic Association. 5,51 Es ' 'uf x, 6425 "Her ways are ways of pleasantness, A' 0, And all her paths are peace." 'U Q3 Qi l no V 9 i- - I' ii :I , N9 ' H' ll 9 LOUIS VIACOBY, B.A., fbm,oNE, ti' 'P 5' A IQtIHt1S, TCx11,v. 1' X :X 'J l Arrow-Head1Goo-Roo: 'Varsity Bandg Assistant Di- QI. AU if rector 'Varsitv Orchestra, Final Ball Committee, '05-'o7g it f XX i . . 4 C' Student Assistant in the Men's GX'1llH3S1UHl, 'o -'o 3 ' ,Q , 4 5 , fig Class Foot-Ball Team, '03-'o6g 'Varsity Base-Ball Team, A-yn, xnflif 'o4, 'o5, 'o6, 'o7, Captain 'Varsity Base-Ball Team, 'o7: - We f Athletic Council, 'o63o7. " ' f Ll ,, X' "Ain I not Sir Oracle? And when I ope my mouth, 5 1, :lf 33, let no clogs bark. t ' 'W' I lil R ll, I if 2, L :G X EJ 3 ix is fa ,J ANNIIy AMES, B.A., KKF, .- A X' 'IMAX i xx Bvlfmz, Texas. 045 I ' S- ' J' fd V Young Womens Christian Association. 9, 7 gtg "No airy fairy she." A " X , . lf! 1 if eff? li n 4 X., tl' X ff 1' n 54 VM Q tt 1 5 A st, P l. ' , .1 '. Q' . is as 15, t Q - A - ,sr fi A 1 wfiifxlg f L 6 W JJQ fill r N fwfr A li - - wt' X M f - ff . if . if if J.. -A ' " A --TE ' 4 ' s'lTi"'.".f" ', FMF" 'T' Pl T T A 'RA X ,Vat ' . ,L tif X M Sy , blr L ' film Al: ff 'TTQAJQEI 615, 1 dp 31 'ffzwl 4'-Q so as UW 775 X' Z9 X 129 bis. lib 124, von.. 14. CACTUS- YYY 241- 7 --'- 7-f- -7-'A 'rf' Y Y ,1' A, X '.-x ,l. Y Tix A S . . X?" HAROLD OAKLAND VIONILS, HA., KE, n ,. P0ff.v1m1'n, lt'.Yll.Y. ,gm ' "Todo easily what is dililieult for others is Ll inurlt I ' 11 ol talent. NB T MURRAY B. JONES, HA., KE, QJNE, A 81 , X: Ilnzmmz, l'c.n1.v., 5' in Arrow-Head, Rusk Literary Society, Captain Fresh man Foot-Ball Team, 'o6, Students' Council, 'o5-'o6g Sub. to ty 'Varsity FootABall Team, 'o6, President Senior Class, 'o6. RQ "Smooth as eels and slick as soap, an A baked wind expert, jolly with my elaekf' Q? T' di y RICHARD FOSTER JONES, HA., 7, A .S-tl1t1ll10, Tt'.Y41,v. ,555 Students'Couneil, 'o33o4g Athenaeum, Class Foot Ball Team, 'o6g Class Sergeant-atsArms, 'o6. N "A man of stuclious habits." X N2 ,x i 1 li, 1 ., X I 'w ,x , lb, MARY KACZER, B..-i., . .,. ,, X' Hrymz, Texas. . .,, 'L WSL Treasurer Reagan Society, 'o7, Choral Club. 'Q "It sings, I wish it did not sing." ,TW WA , 1907. , 3. the tl QQ 1 , . N . L A -XJ , -1 .,,.9.5a its K' S' 1, 4 X., N X I I 'Qt A Z I If if fi lx 1 r ID if . ffl, f we film ,f"'3Z? , K W4 wi - vw? f 0211 l . - ., vt, r- J E35 , wr , 5 1 . li' T. ftPJN5, X L :FSE 455- x .C I fs, tai! lt! X ul N A WT K , .,t9uliTi1 ' 'bv A EA wi A bulk H A 1' Q, - 5 Q x 1 'Q I I, illTBT 3 Y s I 3 a X -A-IN f! . . ii H I I 'I V N 1 as 'T ,.w Hit Mat I ll ng 5 .ft Fl i rg ll I 015, X u ,J wit 15565, . M Q7 ggniivx, Q ,Vi it T113 sa T' --X J N 1 f si 'Qin ea? ' A 'fqgffff' , , t . Y , lil, X 1 1 X E 4 u wif 'i : ,f f I: X 1 'gi A 3. Q H590 X 55 X wiv gk ez ' 115 LB N .K vol.. 14. CACTUS. 1907. ' s-as 2 f ii .N J T I 'x X 'rnonas A KIQITH, B rfjfl 'Y ' Iforf ll'or.'lz, Texas in , X Q. x A K Delegate Ruston Conference, '04-'05, '06-'07 1 D619 61' Q a gate Nashville Convention, 'o6 g Quartet of Young Men's .J w Christian Association, 'o5-'o71 Yice-President Young J we 'A if V Men's Christian Association 'o5-'06 3 Associate Editor J ' X: Ttirilll, '06-'o7. xis J' ,, 1 4 "The Devil was piqued such saintship to behold, I -"L K And longed to tempt him like good job of old." .F 9 1 di' A K si ii X3 MAY ALICE KELLEHER, B.A., ff 'gin 5. Xa flzfxlziz, Texas. ,Ziifl Choral Club. -51 li H K , f ill V s In each cheek there appears a prett" dimpleg fifyvil W Wg, Love makes those hollowS." H ' J . ,, , - YG, QL!! 'I my j v . A- l X9 ' " :- 'P ' 'Q a f 1 r we PAY KINCAID, BA, nm., xflj a 1 ir A JAX, ,lIanzla, P. I. jg, Q' D U -i - X Young W'onien's Christian Association: Secretary ., 'L Q Ashbel. ,M GQ if "She was sweet and sne was cov, J 5 Lf iii She had strings on many a boy." Q32 V XJ bb D R . P -Y g sl F li I Vp' ,Q N f' -, 2 joHN LAPRIQLLE, JR., BA., EN, 5 I NJN . ,. 'fi X 'vii g gg flzfsfzlz, lexus. fl If iv' X ' V5 , if Af1'0W'HCk1Cl. E -J ' "Verily, his height measures his conceit, And as for slang. well-he can't be beat." W ' i I I ' gf X lf' .S ' I? d, Y il 56 V ' I X f . ya xiii, JU a A . .. ' 'v i V 1 sk A i 'r W' -.fl fb Ci!! Y 1 -affair 1 1 "I P' ' A192 ffif-QS, J. ,rf Niki 2. Q? its , i l fait, fel r ff it it f it N i 'A X-,w 1 Y fdxe D X fb at , 'igi I ,df I f V VV 1' 'Ti f .9 Q h 1 K ' 1' ll , . UW X Aga iffy f 'I Jgrf jx A! Jfilfxfk' XX BJ IA u Xf Tx . JT '.s MSP 42 VF? '-FQ? L AS F5174 549, , T775 gg 1 s sa is o M ,T 'arf 59 X dv X :Q fri gn x Q, Q VOL, 14, CACTUS. 1907. N , ,, STELLA LEWIS, BA., XS2, Tux: 1"1't'411'1'ckxlv11rg, Tt',w1.v. N34 - Young VVomen's Christian Association, Secretary Freshman Class Basketaliall Team, 'og-'o4g Athletic Association, Tennis Association, 'oar-'05, Executive TQ Board VVoman's Council, 'og-'o4 3 Choral Club, CAe'1'Iis W T Board, 'o7. t'Could God have made a spirit sweet as hers K Q WithOllt some tender meaning?" -X .1 HUGH LoTHRoP, B.A., mo, Li: illczrslztzll, Texas. Vw .- Treasurer Sophomore Class, 'o5g Associate Editor Tcxfzzz, 'o4-'o5, '05-'o6g Presidentjunior Class, 'o6, Final A tm Ball Committee, 'o7g Member U275H Club. XXL "VVe are very slightly changed o From the semi-apes who ranged India's pre-historic clayf' A 1 'P f PAUL VAUGHAN MONTGOMERY, B.A., EN, 4 x lg ,Q Nth .' " T VT x X u f W1 ELT: P ,M , tx tu-, i ' ., tt . xl QQ -TX : ' xx for! Il"'0rl1l', TCXUS. M 7 , 5 A Captain Sophomore Track Team, 'o51 President Ju- - I nior Class, '06, CACTU5 Board, 'o6g Manager Track Team 3 '07, Glee Club, '06-'o7. 1, w, X Tl ' 0 N "A naughty little twinkle in his eye." I .f bv xv . A 23 1 .TX i .I ' 1 Hg, DAN R. MUReH1soN. B.A.,KE, aft 3 , 11, EI Pam, Tcirtzx. 0515 .gi J' IJ KVe grant that though he had much wit, .M He was very shy of using it." JS ' 1 AN: :if MTX" ,Q 'il Z Y tb X? Q45 X, , 57 47 W xl . ' A J T A j is D I I . .A .11 ' ' gi. qs TQ r X T T '7 1' lit'-' -7 '-, if - ,m 2 3'- 2-Njsfx " "6" 5 TNR - ' ,. , , ., A 4 ' 1' , 'if ' . , 1 N , ' .T 5 airs- K X SUM: , , ,gr will T Mtn fflywfiw ' uw' ' ' 4 MDA X Elf Ju AX WJ X U19 5. w rflx .6 ff 'ty X l 'te -fem E A Y X 3 ,, ' Lili. J ii l. . ls 'fix' F ,Mix 0 71 ,imp ' k Vg ii Y lg .I l Y it Y H. - 4. - is 42 , i .. , -Qi l'XIJ'jKd x I X S YW, vel-. 14. CACTUS. 1907. ftx , 4 Q1 rf, N R R f "fro - 'Jil ffl , lie F5 -,fight ,tfiil if will i - lfri lf vi 5 YL E 5 gif fir: .iflitr . if X tit ': 1 V91 5 tri. ffl V1 1 ll mf E61 Yi jg J 'rx l In , fly." N 'N ,ai x .- f N Q XL R ,fini Ffh: ffl w ' .5 M N l lx M ll ff? Qi, L . I Qi? Nl, fl? 'l flif 'x I Kr I X in 1 1,2 T-450 i 'lf 'fl 'slfx W: IM. N, ' fi vw f-.kj f , . if 'R 'rlfufti with . A IIJA MAE MURR.-XY, ISA.. 1.1411 .i1'1'llt', Tf'.n1.v. Young lYonien's Christiztn Association. 'Kiiowleclge is brightest when crowned ui.h sims plicity. " ,IOSICPH EIJXYARIJ NELSON, HA., Ihilezz, Tvxtzx. Young Mens Christian Associationg Class BaseeBall ilitfllll, 'o.z. "The things we know are neither rich nor rare, Hut wonder how the devil they got there." FRANK HAVVLIEY NEVVTON, BA.. H1'Il.v1mrn, Tc.x'a.v. Young Men's Christian Associationg Capitol Club. "Seest thou a nian who goeth not to Sunday-school, go not after him, for he is ai llOOKlll1Il1.H -IANIIQ ISLIZABISTH OLIPHANT, B.A. .4 11.vf1'11, Tt'.rt1.s'. Yice-l'resiclent Reagan Society, 'o5g Critic, 'o6g Cor- respondingSecretary, 'oog I'resident, 'o7. 'SX quiet disposition, earliest and brilliant." 5 3 1 . ' Q.- X f ITXMY' rg! N , I, ,-fav, IMYZS k?J,ii2E fx Lv , 'T A 5 - jxiiif' 121.155 .fix rl . ex r fps' fri -P1 ,yi Vyy Q , 'MQ WJX1 if 2 Jimi ,if-W'-1 fgffy ff lien' . ,ffx 'ffji' -A . . ff 3: 1 I. 19. i if ttyl K fi X '1 44 .l A1- :ill W l I In i V ' ll! 57 ,ss-' 'Si ffl - I . il tl l -K i 1 '3 2 I I 2 qi ,., X Pi L fl 3 Mi S 45 Zip IJ mfr " I eff: A I? V N ' A l ,I N TAA. w' 'gif Wifi? sk ff 11379-2?-ii' ' E ' f I. f .7 1? to Na Q.. lgiimxx "lib" 'X' 32 E A: ' 'Zvi' ' inf' ' N' 1 W VOL' 14. CACTUS. 1907- 'N x,, , J I x 5. 321 S-0' Qqx I Ir ' x XY ' CORA PIQARI, PICNN, ISA., fI3KfI', Ci Hzfzlzlmlill, YI'11114'.sn.vu'. X Q Young XVOlllI?1l'S Christian Association. NB: "She hath that pure Spirit ol' senie within her." '5 ri -x 53 li . 'Xf ITLOY DIS VURIL PI:RI'I:C I, BA., - Y: , f l'r11'1.v, Tcwfzx. Young IYonien's Christian Association: Secretary fl Ashbel, 'ogg President Ashbel, 'o61TreaSurer Ashhel, 'oog X 1' ,. . , . , gs :ee-President Senior Class. 0 , "Thy soul was like a star and dwelt apart." Q I -XS P f 0 .v I XIX . X. I J , . fx. . fr illuznzl flrczrrlzzf, Iimzm. VIRGINIA MAY PIQRRIN, B.A., gs Young XVOIIICIPS Christian Associationg Choral Club. X kg . "Purity of mind and of Conduct is the first glory of Q NX a woman." ai lx, I ix N . . ,. . . fi . . . LG- LOUIS ROBRRI PIILCI ZbLH, BA., Ig.IL., l' Easz' Igllflltlllll, Te,m.v. I HL Young Men's Christian Assoeiationg Capitol Club., n x: . . . . , I XX 'resident ILng1nec-ring Department, 07. V "This handsome Young Ilulchman named Pif-tzSCh L2 . gl Was as slow as the seven-year ietzseh, '1 Once he caught 21 live wire T 5 That seemed all on fire, ,l Then he let out a terrille scrietzsehf' I il I , 59 . .lb ' - f' was -f - 4 I J' Q - N-7 WX A553 f' ,QE ,K-Q j"5l'T'-1 !vNj""x, 1' QW?-Qi. . 5 I I , Li. , - .fielgi l muy- I v Vi SEQ, ll 0-J a b J IP I K ' 1 VJ. Aflgxflj . J W "jf If Nd ,Qy 1 .Aff .3 .Y ,A fb, . 1. wi Q, ff. , .u I 'Ii 5. Emi if xl lgll'i'la.,? if I . 4 ' X0 f a , by 5 . 1: XX ff 'v I 4 I 1 I I is g ly '- xi, V 1, ZX "' iff? rif W if -ffllfl . , . I Q.. I Ms ' fl, ,i ' A if ggi? fr? 'X 5 . will I ri, 149 5. .2 - A X47 Y , X A J its 'Wt 4 rw A-'N If , ,- Ji 'ri fi! gd-' I CX If 3 V we lkiflxiilrx if 'QQ x 1 x fl his I l ll! X l ' A rf, ,- 05:5-, I P l 41 at at if wlxg 5 l 'gyfx A x ,vw 'v fll' 'lil il! is - if X . X fi f rm V o 52. ft? VOL. 14. QQ ae CACTUS. 1907. ALISXANIJISR PUPIS, B.A., LL.I3., QDAGJ, .l1tl11v11rlH, Texalx. Goo-Roog Texas Law Club: R. S. Gould Law Society, Athenaeum: M. M. Mg Editorein-Chief Texan, '94, C xe'1't'S Board, 'o53 Best Individual llebater in Gregory and Batts Prize Debate, 'o5g Best Individual llebater in Skinner llebateg Texas-Missouri Inter-Collegiate Team, 'o5-'o6g Students' Council, 'o53o6g Yice-President Senior Law Class, 'o63 President Senior Law Class, 'o7. "Oh for an artist who would make it his care To make men as they should be, not as they are V' OLLIE KATHERINE PRIZXYITT, B.A., Tenzfvle, Texas. Young VVomen's Christian Association: CACTUS Board, 'o63o7. "Sweet promptings unto kindest deeds XVere in her Very look." ROY LAMAR RATHER, B.A., fimzsalex, Texas. Glee Club, 'O-2-'04, 'og-'o6, iO6A'O7Q P. Ii. C.1 Young Men's Christian Associationgjunior Championship Base- Ball Team, 'o6, Yell Leader, 'o5-'o6g Director German Club, 'o5-'o6g Assistant Manager Foot-Ball Team, 'o61 Manager Glee Club, 'o6-'o7g President Senior Class, 'ooioj 3 President Senior Class, 'o6-'o7, Final Ball Committee, 'oyg Manager IfootaBall Team, 'o7. "One bold, bad man." CARRIE MURICLLIC REAVES, B.A., ZTA, lfllllflx, Ttlvtlx. Young AYOIIICIPS Christian Association, SidneyLI.a- nierl Choral Club: Girls"Yoc.1l Quartetg Young Women's Christian Association Cabinet, 'o6-'o7. "Goodness is beauty in its best estate." 60 3' J R , Tk I' ' ' I1 gi' '- J'4:"E1 4, th I V! X N X N rllxx A y X M .xi I 'Y Q .Avi I Vi l Nei I ,ww will f all ,Viva ff-Le ii tie ss ,M aff Af fl saws af XJ N " V F Y-' jj- 1 59.57 1 ' 'if X Eg Bag ' is gzrfo' Sf, ffl A . J , I Q l Nil Ml 'Q S5 E if lk 'Q it rl f at QJWEQ .Q , , W, wwe I ' l 14' f ' I 6 r cf? -- 3 I J 911, P. 1 N I J fi, 5 l if f '15 li' is aff i - gf? is 27 N 5 A nfl ,galil I ' 5. .-i Cb l in I4 f-QU, -X , fr I ' 7 ' i 'I N-' A If 'X 11, ' 1 ' f " r I 'T wt h an 'fa X if X? :S X 'af' X Xe as fs gndfu X ,, titty, vol.. 14. CACTUS- 1907- l ' "' A lf W , jgx 0 n- A A .J 'E XX X' fivf LICTTIIE Ii. RICHTFR, B.A., X9 A f . ' l71't':!1'1'1vl6.v11111'g1, Tr',t'11.v. A W' W Young 'Womens Christian Association, Tennis Asa 'MW A soeiationg Winiier of Sons of Herman Scholarship, 'o5g ui, X? Girls' Choral Club. Qyk NU . K sz ,ft "Her lace '-if eil Would make sunshine in a shady place." 61 ' at 'Stir ll ffii L ' - xx, 'X M li 1 '+ KH ii . ,. , . ' C . , . 159 H ALBILRI IJUIXI: ROBILRFSUN, B.A., LL.B., 4 wg- ll A A Q, .Xi Uelllxull, YlCItl.Y. Wx . - . . , . . wif 5 Xp Quiz Master in Law 'o63o7g Student Assistant in Xml,-, JY ,x va. t History 'o5-'o63 Law Librarian, 'o4-'o5g Ruskg Townes Kyiv 1 . . ., . , AA All Law Society, President Senior Classy Student Member f-Xxx: Athletic Councilg University Base-Ball Team, '02, og, 'o4, u J xi 'o5, 'ool Captain University Base-Ball Team, 'o5. ju Aft' . A 'Qi "A student, an athlete, and a worthy man." 'ft S9 'Q A id , , , ri, ANNIIL BOSWILLL RUMPILL, B.A., AAQD, , X, ., W fllljlllill, Texas. J, 0 'X -E3 Secretary of Young VVomen's Christian Association, S Agri fp 'o61 Sidney Lanier, .llfigazziza Board, 'o6-'o7. ,M l W 'i, xl N "Her words are trusty heralds to her mindf, 'W Ns ' L' l, , "' uv 'A , 5 it ,Fi i L , i K . 'XX FRANCIS MARION RYBURN, B.A., if AW C'rex501z, Te,1?a.v. '-U 5 Capitol Clubg Historian Freshman Class: Class Foot! ill Ball Team, 'ogg Director Co-Op., 'o6-'o7g President Athen- f P , K . . . . , fill Q9 1 sq! aeum, o4g President Oratorical Association, o5g Member A3 A 3 , N of Debating Council 'o51o6: junior Key Oratorg Winner if Xa, RossaRector Prize in oratory, 'o53 Winner First Prize in 4-V -'37 7294 Evans Contestin Uratory, 'o6g President Students' Assoeia- 2:2 'A tion, 'o6g Student Orator at President Houston's Inaug- AfYf',fli,, LX. urationg Student Assistant in History, 'o7. M ' . . , ,,, X., 5 "He was plump, and he was chubby, pf 5 Q He was smooth, and he was rosy." 5 Q, my-' LI Qi'3'i,?xw , Q 61 fm v l FS qs ' .3 if QA A A , ' A,-, 4- V Q? ,ws 1 Q r S4'9"p Af NV 3' A fi in L if vi - 'I X X ily J 1 F x ' ' 1' l v V ' YV xkyx ,yx ,N my A . Q . NA 5 f 4 1 if -' - ' H t' " - if 'X ifflfl K X X '7ffJXX.s lf - 'WJ X' EJ l 1? .vi 4 QSJVYQ X My LL 4 X v. ll 1 6 d E 1: an 'Judi-3, H? , 'S p 3-.Q 5 x ' 'ez n' 6?-ax N rf: S ' J .xiii Y ' -f .s gf Afrika? r 'JS 'G-4 ' 3 X K? i V7 Rik 1, 1' X it. J z f Y 'f' J I ff ' I Q at '- N : ' 1, . ff T ,Q ix? X 55 X bg gg fgfy ls- 554' xx .Q ' k - I jgwf-f'.f, vol.. 14. CACTUS. 1907. cg, it A A A A as Y' Y " .N 1 i' 5 I K .. ,, 'E F gi, '1'Hoi1As HALL SHELBY, BA., 155-- fb fu ' ,li v f 'il lk tix l 041011, Tizrus. S L Young Mer1's Christian Association, Treasurer Sopho- Ji more Class, 'og-'o4g Delegate to international Students' 'Sl Jgfif: Yolunteer Convention, '06, Treasurer of Rusk, 'o6'-'07, Il fl Young Mens Christian Association Cabinet, 'oo-s'o7 3 Stu- In . dent Assistant in Education, '06,-V071 Clerk of Co-Op. ,,," ,Sari 'o5-'06, agglfiw "A blushing bud of innocence." ffx 'if -' XE' if LA 41- RX? QM , 1 X gg g g fl, V56 ANNA VVOOD SIMONDS, B.A., KAGJ, F -' f' Z5 A us! in Texas. 1 cg? y '-V' " li Q Young VVo1nen's Christian Association flPresident -,Q 5 W NS, Reagan Literary Society, 'o51 Secretary'of2Reaganfliterary 5? 'iii ' M' Society, '06, Secretary Junior Classy Choral Club. vffm ', HDlSCl211l1 and scorn ride sparkling in her eye.' ' QQ Q .sw A 5 5 Mi IQ' ' iw. i I X9 I '. I -P A rj , 3 . , JK, DOUGLAS ALLEN SKINNER, Emi., iff PtIl'I-.S', Tl',X'll.Y. f i I " 1 a a u Pi i "' Young Mens Christian Association, lreasurer Rusk 1,5 W Literary Society, President Junior Class, Tvxazz Board, -3 mnriim 'o7g Students' Council, 'o7. 'lyk lib "There is no wind that soweth seeds ofia more true and J L Z' open life." gb gi Qgiil LSA I7 :it , X g .J 4. ,, A f firtrf-Fi x MABEL INEZ siinn, Bai., QA 13 , . X. fr' f X lVax0lLacl1z'0, Texas. 05:5 .iv :AV fig, Young Wo1nen's Christian Association 3 Sidney Lanier. affuhfh "A Violet bv a mossv stone, half-hidden from the eye." ' Ut - ' ' W X- , xl fl! 05 X lfligl f ' i sv' I' Q P X5 15 , '. in 3 'N ' N A ' ' V N r 1X , ' 'I I f .5 5.3:-' YQAQXV S ii nj-ESSEX fig . ,fy 0 Cl? ' fc N A X, . C N r I' V 'ff , P qw rl- l 4 1 I ' In f -ur A i if 2 'Ni ,fra 'r F . . K .l ,zafmxlg A-ffx ' ' ,M ' iv' l 1 1 W f ezafx my "EQ "-tis riff , Mis C , it X if Wtlyi HA' i . t i,,.. JVYV xy g, , H r ' f th- Q 1 Xt,-, Q 5 - 5 X .. ffisjlxkf' if ' :rv X if vt. lr! Y 421' lf, l 5, , vol.. 14. CACTUS- 1907- , y so C C .5 h RUBY IONIC SMITH, BA. ,ob I,01Zf1'Ul.l'ZL', 7lt'.X'fI.N'. by "Let knowledge grow from more to more." 'X S, it 9 lil Xib Rt usisiei' XVIQLIJON S'llXY'l'ON, hut., im., mo, 5-3 E9 S1111 ilzztmzzlo, T1 xflx. ,M Mandolin Club, 'o4,'o5,'o6g Glee Cluh, 'o5, Gernmn QS- Pl11y,'o5: XV. SiinkinsL:1wSoeietyg Athenaeum, 'o6f'o7. xxx itll 'Now, God help thee, poor monkey." it -P V43 A . HUGH LAMAR STONE, B.A., BQH, Bt, Cl0I'SI.CGllCl, Tvxfzx, Q39 Arrow-Head, illagazim' Board, 'oog President Final Reception, 'o7. ll Q I Qakxx "Fratieus runnibus euni burbeirorum, ,, X Gettibusiprzesicleni final b.1llo"utn " ly A ll KX ,W x 'W NORMAN B. TAYLCJR, BA., CDM9, Jig? S4111 .l11t1eIo, 7't'.l't1.Y , Ni Y I H275HCll1lDQ Class Foot-Ball Tezun, 'og-'oog Yiee' if President and President, Senior Class. up 'Afloyer should be pale and slim 3 fxg For proof of this, just look ut him." ,P l J, iii 63 if - , ix x Q 4 "ss g W 3 'si - I ls AL f ' l 2 f-SY. V, I ug 5,59 l. Q X 1' if P J f'-2 f ff 2 ff -- oi? Ska tj -. . ,ij '5 NA 'Xl , ff I if .gt 7 l' if UIQ? i W K ik N - 47174 X 13:5 425.2 .yu ' .. IJ xi AJ Q w r. - ,- IX Vex, Ea JK Q f ttf A J 1 dt -x nf QU' , A D fmt W1 1 ,few ,ill - FR if ' n Lvs , X Guam 5 1 tf J iff, K 'J'- Q' I, ,X 'A ,G . tw oil , 4 4 , J l Ji' iff .xxx flgidgf ., MN ft X, if .1 ' ' 3 A ,l if afgf X, P I 1' T742 "5 T , " I?"i" S A 'fi 'P ' I jp 'PTETESA N ' 42 -J I ie it ,t hwifi - .' J ' ' V xx, up -' If X lx ' : " H i 1. 'xi' . , 1 x an v 6' X :S N asf' X be A1 Lv ga ' , VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. f A' gm - A 1 xx fir ' ggi 1-tl Ry ,y ELLEN WAGGENER, B.A., rim, ,eg ."TIlSfZ-11, Texas. f jliq M Aida Young VVomen's Christian Association, Ashbelg Bas- mf' 3 ket-Ball, 'og-'o4g Doubles in Tennis, 'og-'oJ,g Vice-Presi- ' AZ' W dent Athletic Association, 'og-'o g Associate Editor .Haq- . 4 . I PAA ,LSE izzincg CAcTt's Board, 'o5-'o61 President Ashbel, 'o5g 1, 3, ff' President XVomen's Council, 'o6-'o7. T ,, .Y fp 'X "Her wit was more than man, Q fx? Her innocence a child." ' .. ii X Lyx ff- JOEL FRANKLIN WATSON, BA., KA, AY AL iii Alf. TYCVIZOII, Ill. gf .TItlt1rlZI-116' Board, CACTUS Board, 'og-'o.ig VVinner of rf fa Tennis Championship in Doubles, 'og-'o.t3 Editor-in-Chief wx . . . ,Q . . . . 54' if ol the A1t1QclZllZC,' President of the lennis Association 3 Win- 514 fig ner of the Tennis Championship in Doubles, '04-'05, Edi- M Q tor-ineChief of the CACTUSQ Base Ball Team, President 'flffqf A 7 Tennis Association: Member of R. S. Gould Law Society, ki 'o5-'o6g Manager Tennis Association, Editor-in-Chielof ' rg Tarf1n,' Student Assistant in Historyg Arrow-Head. , fl l gi" aff "As proper a man as ever trod neat's leather." X9 . ,' , ij fo if its 3 my , E 7 XX' ' ,N W 5 L I? A G53 l X Y. lt ii' ABI' J .Q 1 y XJ l I i J: 1: i W - , 'wi 6 'Q P , f it ' ' QL ,' 17? Tlx A-x If ,1 fa x A W ... 'f g x 'fig R f ' Cf W nw lil .' 0: ff ' K PQ ,la FR, L -J , ,S , 03,11 i .i- X -K2 r .J . qi fit: V C74 , I r X : I' Q jig XXI V .D L' ' . . ,T K1 hd' xlil k Xt A P ' ,, f' y o 3 F ' Q , :X -5 , fsiitf' 1 .,,.-ff it . x X NX 1 i In I ,715 J Q if K 11 IF i ,Ali dj aj 1' i f -Wy-AX I My Y, ,nr ' A J igizfmw nlrffxy AJ' .ffl .. , 6 R 1 1 V' X907 X .yu -.- uw' . Dsqff . f gg .- u I R ,"'.,1" 4'.a'g, I ' K ' Q , 4 1 Q J 4 v I I 4 P 4 'Jn ug, V . n ., . X - . H, 54 ., , - PO- Q , 4 I ' I , , 1 5 "k.",' ' ' .' . 4 'f' 'A , h Y I wir. u, , , ,I A Y .if K ' . ' ' '4 ' X., A "lf X V -' ""' ' f W' . 'J , nn' I we Q wa . P fi X. 3 xiii I., N .. w r ,H + -'I in '-film Y MN 2? X gift: " X If 'X . X I . X X VOL, 14. cAc'rus. 1907. nk .N . if ' J Rh : . a g, Junior Class Officers. lg' it W3 Fall Term. X' President, . . . . W. A. PHILPUTT. U , Vice-President, Miss ELEANIIR BUCKLEY. S , I Secretary, . MISS LoUIsE TEMPLE. gf! f X lx Treasurer, . MIss PAULINE DAVIS. K X I I Sergeant-at-Arms, . EDGAR NIONTEITH. A i. , Myl'lIfCI' Term. 39 President, . . . . BURKE BAKER. Vice-President, GUY SMITH ffl 'Q 1,9 Secretary-Treasurer, Miss ANNE STRATTDN - ,SA Sergeant-at-Arms, . . VV. A. PHILIMTT KN. , . riqffwxx .Sprzng Tcruz. H 9 President, . . . . c. s. DAVIS 2 , Vice-President, . . G. T. KIRKPATRICK R.. Secretary-Treasurer, Miss KITTIE DEVINE I. MAJ, x . Sergeant-at-Arms, . BURKE BAKER I i l . x Class Historian, . Miss BESSIE COCIIRAN lg' 9 -2 CACTUS Representatives, Miss LTNA HowE. C. R. EDWARDS. ' . I V I. ll ' ff X .I H I L R-DJ? i JUNIOR ACADEMS. I, Adoue, Geils. Caldwell, Nannie L. Dellmare, Grace. Alexander, Myrtle P. Campbell, jean D. Devine, Kitty. Q5 y Amsler, Lena M. Carleton, Lillian M. Dilworth, Lula P. lv Andrews, Leah B. Carswell, Robert. Edwards, Charles R. fm' 7 X Austin, Alma. Carteledge, Corinne L. Egg, Norma L. . Baker, Burke. Carteledge, Maude E. Evans, Harriet L. " 3 Q Ball, Thomas J. Christian, Thomas T. Fant, Louise. Barbee, Willie D. Clough, George O. Ferguson, Elon F. A M A7 Barham, Virdian A. Cochran, Bessie. Feuille, Frank. P3 ix M A Barnes, Willard M. Cohen, Harry. Frieze, jeanness. gil , L Blalock, William C. Cole, Grover C. Gardner, Flossie Belle. 6 'J . Bosche, Winnifred. Crane, Abbie. Garrett, Myrtle. ' ir: Bransford, Felix. Dabney, Lucy J. Garrison, Helen P. cfm wi QQ Bryan, Lewis L. Davis, Charles S. Gibson, VV. B. 1, Buckley, Eleanor C. Davis, Elizabeth P. Goldstein, Roy A. ill "Q-A li fl I ii, 65 is . i.. Q NN? -iv rzrlz XXL , -'E i q .39 XA 4 X f - -- 'XXX L7 R, 1 fy, p 27, It .WN R yr? .x ,ai , ,QWQN 2 jfs. 'l x, Al? ' :liffiil 1 6 f . .wrist me , by a . -' W , , i' ' F ' - A In I o T i i ' I g I . " I' I f. ' Aux as 'M XP 'W NP 55 X af X 55 as fr: 4250A x W VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. ,, a A SFCC or AAP-ee H . ff ' ' Gould, Serena. Mays, Hermione E. Sowell, Annie N. 5,5 , 1 4 . Graham, George M. McAdams, May. Stockard, VVillett. ll 2 . Graham, Marie A. Mc.-Xbee, Alma. Sterrett, Carrie B. M xg, Harris, Charlotte. McCormick, Mary. Stevenson, Charles W. ff 0 Hart, L. Maude. McDonnell, Marie F. Stratton, Anna G. X0 Henderson, Katherine B. McKenzie, Mary B. Streeter, Shirliereed. "L 'A , Hewlett, Mary Eva. McKay, Henry. Temple, Louise Lilly. J by Hicks, Frank. McLaughlin, Rena. Thompson, Thomas W. 3 it ,, ' Hilisman, Ellen A. ixiionuerh, M. E. Truim, Charles c. E Hirsch, M. Nash, Lola G. Turrentine, Richard J. V' 8 ig Hofstetter, Edna. Neu, Charles T. Vickrey, Eula P. X LX - Horton, Adele. Newsom, Florence. Vtfalker, Jennie K. ff-A, f -3 Horton, Goldie. O'Connor, Kathleen. VVebb, Guy La Flore. Q4 Horton, L. Pearl. Paine, Linda A. Weller, Sallie B. 'f M Howe, Una. Philpott, VVilliam A. West, Benjamin W. 'l Howell, Dorothy S. Pritchett, William E. West, Ruby. y T' 5 Y' Hutchins, Bess. Raetzsch, Carl W. Whaling, Keiskell B. E Jones, john E. Rochs, Paul A. Whitehand, Effie. '-f"i ' A Kell, Sadie. Rogan, Octavia F. Widen, Hilda C. l' Q- it , Kerbey, McFall. Rountree, Musidore. Widen, Luther E. fi? ll XX., Kidd, Lena. Ruggles, Dan. Wild, Hulda. . i' 0, King, Royal W. Satterfield, Benonie E. Williams, Gussie. ' 'Za Kinsolving, Ovid. Seay, Herbert B. Williams, Myron L. 'f ,I Kirkpatrick, Gurdon F. Seeligman, Helen A. Williams, Thomas J. ,f Knox, Helen. Shelton, Susan S. Wilson, Charlie. '9 Lipscomb, Edmund P. Small, Rosanna. Wofford, Bushrod W. J , fp? Luhn, Reynold E., jr. Smith, Frances C. Woolsey, Beatrice. Q," March, Lucille. Smith, Guy. Wynne, Angus G. A 5- 4'-K, Smith, Mrs. Martha M. .ff X fc N2 I C 9' bi Q: F N1 ' il f 'Z' fx J L , x :J 3 e - "'. .. A' H 1 .., N . .,,, 'f't Q35 IJ L 1? . ef ff -A if . ' if dl I If l 66 T " ' ' X7 ' 3 fi 9 RQ . 0 ": V- A e if Y .A r N X. . X N 1, - -A 'Rv 1 ll ,Mi ',',' V gym 29 . - 5 - Qffk X :M JA.. mx v F' 3' va A fs . rs , My , film N, 3 Q I' fi , ' I -' 4 J In ' Q I 1' I m , ' H 5 59 X '-W GN? jg x wif X A .13 fy, 034' X Ill ' 2 VOL- 14. cAcTus. 1907. N ,X 551 it 0 2 Junior H lstory. l fs I I six "HISTORY IN MYSTERY." ' history repeats times class here many except good juniors versed in college lore, exceeding many, multifold are by histories achievementsg Wise conceits yet ll . Havana Cpurej fond morning's stein never, Learning great Jllagazlinc artists op- 'X', position great success Editor proud. over Brilliant many multifold members " Greatest class Modest bearing, yet significant. Debate ever class Prettiest girls, Wittiest men, deep never charge Flighty Great, oh! vastness considering many, I N1 great, overgreat, preceding yet, Honors members-Sweeter, Lovelier, Wiser. XR' I Never Green or Conceited exceeding sweetness. Proud how great Bearing hear 0 class histories histrologists Grief, Texas' Best ever, yet true Modesty, never Con- ? ceited, never! it at ff D 1 APOLOGIAW 'Q jolly good students forever are we, , Useful and ready for all sorts of gleeg , Never to learning averse are we seen, fx In Wisdom's vast store-house forever to glean. . 5 X . Orange and white are our colors so true, rg Raised by our hands to the heaven's vast blue. Singing We pass from the heyday of youth, w '2 On to the Senior's high purpose of truth. ,X 8istheyear tl' tk ff it 25: , i, , l'Fearing such a presentation might be a reflection upon the exceeding worth of the class, perhaps in the Way of injury to its greatness hereafter, the historian, tix in a moment of deep inspiration, penned this beautiful and artistic acrostzb, wherein -, all who run may read brilliance unpassing. As a cause for deep regret, an inter- vention of materiality disturbed the Waves of poetic genius in the closing verse, ' X hence consider. it it lm fx J' Q 6' X, . . 1. v si- ' E ,figf f t ef' . I r Q tx sq , fig I I ' JD-J 'X ,Walla Q? .yi 1 Ad .P ffrfjxx X 7. us 'x fr' L. x -,.. Q6-, A 1 Y 0 . A sun s F' I 1-.4 Ng .' ,fflifhfaqy Cr, . vI2f nl ' flak ga x- fd ti .- ' 9 J - 1 xl, llll it f , 5: I rf sv 'r i . 5 x A nil , l Li J .fm 1' M 1 .1 X, N 1- . 'X all ,Q 1 r f' L Mix 'A H 'T 557' .6 W5 f L A 'Z iss W X9 as xysg Iliff N gs A1 , is 1 423 . . X E vol.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. 'S' xl ' .T. -7-W.--V , ff .5 N . :BX Ja 73 ki: . -Q if Q R ' 5 K' if :3 I J Y XX. W 4 Q' 5 , C Q K W Lx , N 'S ,fy 5 Q A Xl :ig x 15 ' - 3 Y 2 F' Y 2 . ' E .- 1 1 U W 'X . u N J' X4 '- P a , 15' Ax. X f 35 x ff X 1623 X , Marx 'A V if Pu A :EQ gg, L x Q31 ,zifjigf 'iQ JM cu 1: . ... ... 3 . I La ES? " '13 J fb oo 'H u:?" :in f' '--1-i-S 12.2 rn N , cs 'U T bd U I .E '5 's ... 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F: ff B fa H213 Sl xi ws' HS'-2" gi ' ' f f wi fi- X X NV xv z- 5, --'. ix N N X x N W Xxb 97 1907, V .- ,, ' iiii- 1 i, k Z 4 1 v ', - h n . ll, 1 4 1 L r N r-f- 5 1 9 . ec- Q 1 '5 f if fa' Hia? df- Jw' C' ri Jw. g ,. gy, ,M . - . , ' , f Q JA' 9 ' ' ,I 1, Q : " m .. 'v XC? if V 55 Y if X as of af' X VOL. 14. 'CACTUS. 1907, N , f ,x .J . ull f 'ti . m Nr Sophomore Class H istory. WW A To our great delight, we are no longer Freshmen. We have attained the dis- 2? tinction of "being Sophs," which, of course, means that we have reached the zenith ll - , LW of wisdom and glory. 'z I Since we took up the role of students our experiences have been as varied as , our studies. In our Freshman year we gave the hnest reception ever given in the . ll q University-our President led it too, much to the disapproval of the then enter- prising junior Laws. U - We also attained our deserved distinction in the several rushes, which were Sn Xl necessary to prove to the upper classmen that we are "scrappers." L NX 3 The only lamentable fact in our history is that either sickness or duty forced .a W' about eighty-four of our number to withdraw after the first term of the Freshman if year. The members of our Class are always distinguished by their strict attention il to duty, no matter how disagreeable it may be. Xb This year, of course, we are very careful not to impose upon the pitiable in- if fants of '1o. They get their deserts, however. It is with a feeling of almost regret that soon we shall have to surrender the 'ul pleasure enjoyed by our Class this year to the undeserving members of this year's ' xg. Freshman Class. We shall not refuse, however, to take upon ourselves the name ', of juniors when the time comes. Ira C. Ugfluz. fir A x w ,XX l f if xx W . fm f' f:5 D.1. "Y W . '11 u-X3 X 0, is 7I Si ' b - .ex , -'Q , . .,-. 5 Q --if has .ffiif . ,. f' "QE Q -is I v .fs ish T ,fa it til at L ug? . , ,Z dba ,X 255564263 D757-J JX qtmfx. tsl! 25. W. 'J .M H . iflfa A IA , iv ,i l WM. fl 'A "L . 1 S J.. Q wi Z! '51, fi? fl :Avg o 'ly 'I W it N . ,g vkl! f l J 1, lily yn lf TS A N-JN , . 4. X lv ,J ll Q' v 5 ,X "'. B is w W f 'iz lx JMD 1. I' rfxxt l J 2 .V gigs ,J Km C21 fp aigiil 1213 .w 'XE- .n Mx J' f- W , Wlw 'N if .,- -y we as it f in 4. 1 :QM fgfltx-,v Kg 5,65 x. 1,62 5, X xx Ax - 25 S Q41 - V 'xx .I Q 'l 'I If Y i N FDA' llll 'b f mn t fflklgl. r . -3 X 's l ll .air J s l gg. X 1 1 X, ,-y VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1 . f 'S Y 1907. Sophomore Class BENIJx'ER,. . . J. H. BRovvNL12E, . I.Joi,i,x' BELL RL"rHI3RFoieD, H. -I. jisxkms, . . CARL Pool., . . J. M. PATTUN, . NIZLI. WVORTHAM, . C1i.xk1.Es HACKETT, IRA C. OGDEN, . . 191111 Term. l'l'Z'll1l'l' Term. DoLLy BELL RUTHERIMRD, lg 5 . Coxx ANDi5RsoN, .Sll17I'Z.7Zg Term. Qllhcers. . President. . Vice-President. . . Secretary . Sergeant-at-Arms. . . President. . Vice-President. . . Secretary . . Sergeant-at-Arms . . . Class Historian . CACTUS Representatives . I CHRISS EMMET, ..... . . President. 'Q ,Lick jouxsox, . . Vice-President Bisssns Swixxx, . . Secretary y if H. B. I.oFL.xN1w, .... . Sergeant-at-Arms 4. if it 1 E39 soPHoMoREs. PM ,Wil 3 Abernathy, Janie R Brandenberger, Wm. S. Collins, Ellis P. 1 iff Allison, joseph C. Brandon, George M., Jr. Collins, Edna. ff 5, W Anderson, Cullen W Breeden, Mary H. Collins, Rosina G. 32 Bailey, Cullen W. Bringhurst, Lillie C. Colquitt, Rawlins M. Bailey, Tom W. Bromberg, Alfred L. Connolly, Milda. J: it , Baldwin, Florence L. Bromberg, Mina. Cook, james. 55512, Ball, Katherine C. Brown, Willette. Cook, Lois. L . X Barr, Chellie. Buddy, Robert S. Corley, Kathleen L. Beayer, Beulah. Butler, May A. Cox, Willie Edward. 5 ,Q Beekett, Mary D. Byrd, Carlisle O. Crockett, Moton. W fly ig, Birge, Willie I. Callaway, VVillie. Cruse, Ethel H. fail lt' 'xg Bliem, Marion L. Campbell, VVilliam H. Cummings, Mabel. ,ls F xx Blomquist, Mrs. Anna I. Carleton, Blanche. Dayis, Vlfilliam O., Jr. 1' 'i' Blumberg, Daniel C. Carloek, Robert IL., jr. Dial, Jesse Calhoun. Booth, jesse Virgil. Clay, William J., jr. Doering, Beetha I. J,Q7 Boothe, Ross. Coleman, Ruth. Douglas, Alice E. .V by ' N .P ,,, n 'n 72 I X - l Xb P 1 "3 A ii Q ' 'ilmiiii 4-v 'i'fi3 .f'J4l!2gi - il .2 1 n A h 9 - f r -Q 1 , Q .Q - f P f-I ,, I Y .wif - if we N - ' 1' ff . ffsfvx Zfjx ,f I. Y! of up C X- uf! :ak 4 ' -1 I M W "1 aa'- 4 f 'Z gf 1 ,,. V 1,4 ll W N. l til 1 bf i 2 J .1 ,, l .fl ,I lil rf F , . ll. A I ,- 'Q "?"p. M ,QQ .gk W -Q J "' 'ff CACTUS. 1907- 752, , ,X xg SQ, W9 A VOL. 14. . 'JK Xe. 'x -I f I . 1 1 ,5 ., N , , 2 Tffgigw an , x, 1 Af -Q C ni' XX? , I. J ,a . .3 ' D . 1 1 X Jr N In xx U B 'S fa 1 'GWR 53' ,W , O 5 'xx NH P1 N Q- A xx ff , ., ,gf XJ 03 -a 4 , 1 A . A 3l A E 5 Vx X1 ' E O - 5 X.-, A ,Q . M . 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Dunn, VVilliam Dyer, Bejarnin H. Eaton, Dayid F. Ellis, Amasa D. Ellison, Lee. Emmett, Christopher. Flack, Kate H. Fowler, Ruper VV. Fulton, Elinor C. Gadberi y, George P. Gannon, Clair H. Gayle, Louise O. Gerst, Cecil M. Gibbs, Lucy. Gillespie, Julia S. Givens, Dora M. Greenwood, Eugenia. Hackett, Bess. Hackett, Charles W. Hamlet, John B. Hancock, Maude. Harris, Annie K. Harris, Eugene L. Hatchett, Agnes B. Helllin, Bess. Heinsohn, Edmund. Heierman, Lillian F. Hewett, Rena. Hinde, Mary K. Hohlt, Edwin F. Houston, Willie L. Howren, Alleine. Hull, Mabel N. Hunter, Una T. Hunter, Willie 0. Jackson, Mims J. Jennings, Chilton. Johnson, Jack. Jordon, Ruby V. Keahey, Thomas E. Keating, VVilliam E. Keith, Jacque N. Kell, Willie M. Killingsworth, Beatrice. Kimbrough, Mary T. Kirkland, Agnes. Knox, Lili E. Labatt, Camilla XV. Ladd, Emma M. Land, Cora B. Lawrence, Louise M. KN 2qf"f'ii. ,Q , T- Ska , 125 N in A., 1. 'xx cAc'rus. 1907. ' ' l .. .fr Sl Lechenger, Gilbert C. Schnell, Theodora. .Q i Leyy, Margaret P. Schumann, Reinhardt. "br Littrnan, Jeannette. Searcy, Mamie E. ' 4: Lochridge, Lloyd C. Sears, George Du Bose. Lotlancl, Hugh B. Shayn, Annie. 696' Q Lomax, Kathleen. S Shults, W'illiam C. A Love, Roy C. Simms, E. Dell. " A Mahom, Albert E. Slluter, Margaret R. ii Marshall, J. B. Smith, Bird E. Mateer, Jean L. Smith, Marcus D. 3' Mathers, George. S. Smith, Senlda. 'J jg. , McCormick, Anna B. Smith, VVilliam D. L McCormick, Charles T. Sneed, Ocey. K McCormick, Edna. Somerville, Henry C. nfl, Qi: McDaniel, Julia W. Spears, Ione P. Jfg McKee, Lena. Spell, Rea. 'A , McMeans, Robert H. Spence, Linda. fit McNeill, Walter H. Spence, Margiret. 4 McPh1il, Hallett. Spooner, Mollie E. gli Melasky, Esther. Stark, H. J. Lutcher. W, ',' Menefee, Allen H. Stephens, Mary. fs Moore, Carrie L. Munson, Eloise. Nash, Leda M. Niebuhr, J. H. A. Nunn zlly, Edmund L. Ogden, Ira C. Ownsby, Warthen S. Parker, Clara M. Parks, Hattie. Patton, Jesse McCoy. Pegrani, Wilhelmina. Peters, James I. Pettwiy, Irene H. Platter, Paul W. Porter, Glston A. Posey, Leont H. Potter, Hugh M. Pritchett, Julil E. Randolph, Charles P. R intlolph, Florence A. R ttchford, Fannie E. Robertson, H. P., Jr. Robinson, Rllph VV. Roge's, Anne E. Romberg, Annie. Rowe, Clara. Ruggles, Anne. Rungz, M trglret D. Ruthe:'fo'd, Dolly Belle. Setgirt, Jos:ph F. S lunders, M iggie M., Schaefer, Ellie C. Stevens, Elmer A. Stewart, Johnnie. Stilwell, Henry W. Stinson, Jefferson D. Stocks, Fred L. Stuart, Marguerite W. Swann, Bess. Sweet, Tassie. Switzer, Rebecca. Sykes, Ethel M. Taylor, Mrs. Charles S. Taylor, Volney W. Terrill, Ruby R. Thltcher, Bessie H. Thatcher, Willie N. Thompson, William. Thrasher, Imogene. Tinnin, Elmira. Trotter, Frederick M. Turner, John William. Vickrey, VVinnie E. Vining, Morgxn F. Walker, VVilliam P. Waller, Clemmie H. We ar, Robert B. Vtfeisinger, Nina L. Vtfeflein, Quincy E. VVest, Florence D. Wheeler, Owen L- Worthain, Nell. Wren, Frankie. 7+ . A Q Q.-X, r Iii, fy , lv ,ali-'T' H" 1 if Z Qifffpgl Mfrzil 'W' .flhlt jfgftb' fl' I xl Wi nun Q 441 'Q ll l. ' i v w 1 f l . 'Ki -Ja 3 4 s bill " L.. PM .. 1 'V fl, T .fi w fl S gas ,, .ffl T A4 if, is I ll .. .Q ' A 'Q 161 04' M "F Sh .s ww 51' Q3 s vol.. 14. M 1 cAc'rus. 1907- 2122 k W " pf ' K' f .- cg 3 1 'fgixx Mx M '- 2 9 M" X :W ' ' f Q 1 fb" ' ' 1 R , W NX I f I 7 sf T U If Xie, Kg -.Q Q N N n 4 A 4 ' P .P . 33 I Lx il xr xf .fs D U jj. K wg 1- Sm Xu L ff- x A ' X A M X .,, fy Q4 Qi 4 X 'www as 1 Q81 A 2 WI. . E any-L E 'S li ' f "Ianni K S Q E? 'X f .1 ,,g I7 . I xv. 5 S e 0 E E all A N. . 2 11 Z A l"'l if xi an ' W- 5 - 9 1 E U2 ' ' 1: 9 E : ,Q ' 1 O Em ggi J 1 is m s If U 'NWN 'f'5ZIASN.x is x. ly fx ' ,fig X74 C TX L-L 6 rw 1 fx gj Xi 2 E. V W :: , rl I A aiu X5 fill ' 'J ME X, ,f , , K ,gififkw M 3 MN 4, 1 ! W xx! -XR' 1 -27 ml X2 9 Ng, , ' A - 5, ... ' . f ' .. 451535 . -S fi? Q . .7 iv Lg,:.L, wg: J, A03 3,1 Nwixnx 2. A Lf! Q . 5 X Mx: K f , lv M-g Tm MQ -1 Inf 'X X? qQ4" ' 'ZWN 'TQ W- 52f1f.mw fp 'if Lu . - . . ' , 'Sk fx ZX ' . ,fe J If -': 2 fam X WE., 2 f .sf .ff X -Q ' 'Y N VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. " , M If vx JK xy, . ffm M. :J 'QR if M A ' A ix jf JKT No U4 gn 'I M lk ' X2 '75 ' -xi Q55 t Mi A. .3 , ny, ig Nl fi , f 5 xx f Lv'-.. '. if ll n- , i Ng - X , 1, y . If is w' Xb' -9 mn llll-I I ll!! 0 43 f xy " -SN .- f ' X if X 15 W . if U x lr 'X ' ,JW A .E 65 I1 -. . Fil! fx A Z.. ,, X up 3 'v S fm! EH, 'SH ff' if X ' -1 - -7- Q9 IJ X, ' wg fig - W. .QM .V 9 gffiq 1 dl 76 ' ik li. EYE , 1 I5 3 0 a f ' ' F5 riff' N ff' Af: IEW ff 'f?'fZ5, f M Wfiw. . .W fffglf 5 L 1 ,, . 1--ggi -- , A j-si' 5,553 -Q ' qi -ww Q Q Q M G " VOL. 14 cAcTus. 1907. 'S ,SK N Q .XY Y ,532 'J .. - , ,n, 'J ". ,Q F 42 D M w 1 - SB V' .V 5 C49 Y, K0 exq 06? 'flixwfi A K WSW -x'i9XeiVK0X6 I M si W 'HG KO Q f QR CDWX enfered 5fiig931g'xWT 2 Q m0VYewndm1ed Qfhiffffwq -. , - A oF Q5 460 ME ya mov . Q K - .9 XDYOUGHT Q0 K ' Y OHM-can I WW, , P Il Xl N ' x .Wm Xgwa O 5 1 07' IJ He, r' bw V -Z M fx , N d ,, J f' : riff zffffk 3' ,Q : fl Q! 42, .. w f Q Qiffsx -ff M Q x vw 5 ff fs 42,4355 MGMQ if-Ni W J f if '3 as X Z: ., 91 Q- VOL. 14. A TUS. 1907 51 " ' F ' I J 3 I n ' ,N ' ' ' Q ' X 1' ,' Q 'I I w is xx' if X9 55 X if X vs Az In QQ x , lf my , V V I Y l A rf' xx - .Q . 5'5" 1 , 1,4 rx X ' 0 mf 5- 9, .- ' ' 'Km X: Q .. I 4 , - ND '11 , WH A 15 :c-E X X 655 " of f rf i , ff , 51 W A I 4? gk' W, ' K-x. if E ' f 9 . UXNQQX ,x H V - . ,I If . " 7' X4 1' Mg-1 -1 , Q f ,, ' ,aa f. fix L : FXQI ff W '5 4 rxffj VX Ay 'fy 'W r in " Lf SX.: I Eg ,lf ii ' , X P X pf' F rl! lgkx l J le L 3, E5 3 Q, 2 ' u wx gf fb' I' N is ' Q1 I-vu 354 GQ! T M 9 ,A f Q. 78 295 ,ik 1 0 ' x A , - I ' 4-lgf . '-E rw' qw.. , K .KP 5 1 , .J ' wfr .-'J-A X , Jw, if t, 9.459 , K 1 ' . ' X J Xxx'-9 i ,, 'I 1 ' 4.4 - f 'P' ff- ' .' A VJ ' IQ A ' ' f YJZJ' Q5 - . Jw' Y fa! Q36 K gfmux Brfjxq ,LH .i 1, 1 i a f' 'sz' Q Qwtgia' L-T723 A ' Km Eff' -, 599' "1 - F975 . - .. fe" W X fi X 'fr rs fb of X my 'Q , VOL- 14. CACTUS. 1907. A , i - me . R. N ' f li reshman Qflicers. ff, 'A 2 , T, 1. 7' lfall Term. mf K A ' president, . . . Trios. S. HENDERSON. Secretary and Treasurer, . . NELWYN PETTY. ei, ViCe-President, . . . . MARY POOL. Sergeant-at-Arms, . . . KYLE BARNES. f' - .r . Winfer Term. f 'T . N , President . . . JOHN L. MCBIEANS. Secretary and Treas., LORENA lWIDDLEBROOK. .A ViCe-President, . . EMILY SPRUCE. Sergeant-at-Arms, . HORACE WITHERSPOON. li gg. fig? Spring Term. X ll - . x l L President, . . . A . . LEE G. CARTER. . - , J NORMAN P.MORRow. 1 J. Q Vice-President, . . , MATTIE CAD GARDENER. CACTUS Representatn es' Q NELL WHITMAN. off XX M Secretary and Treasurer, . FRANCES STEINER. Class Historian, .... CHESTER LYDAY. 'BL 3 L - , Sergeant-at-Arms, . . JOHN L. McMEANs. jim R -"- D A FRESHMEN. Af 6 Abadie, Laura Lee. 4 Bridge, Everett. Cooper, Covert B. Gammell, Nellie T. Adams, George Ernest. Bringhurst, Nettie H. Cousins, Robert B., Jr. Gannaway, Katie L. A My qi W Alexander, Claude M. Brown, Denton Jacobs. Cowan, Robert Walton. Gardner, Mattie Cad. , X 5 Alexander, Thomas H. Brown, Harry H., Jr. Cox, Logan Bedford. Gardner, Willie Pearl. 657 " "1 " SL lb, Allred, Beulah Lavine. Brown, Lorena Earl. Crawford, Henry D. Garland, Vlfilliam. ffyxx 0 Anderson, Austin Flint. Browning, Morris. Crockett, Roy Hassell. Gary, Vifilliam Hollis. gli A ii f Armstrong, Otto. Brownlee, Charles H. Curtis, Helen. Gatlin, James Eular. i q I , Aydam, Charles Weiser. Brownlee, John H. Daley, Marie Rodgers. Geen, Emily. If il . Bagby, Carrie Ethyle. Buckley. Edmund L. Daniel, Fannie H. Glass, Maude. MZ' l., Xe, Baldwin, Jacob, Jr. Burt, Leontine Adele. Daniel, Homer C. Glover, Marguerite V. .' ' 5 'P Ballinger, May. Buttery, Albert James. Davis, Blanche Avenell. Goeth, Anita Laura. M , . h Balyeat, Hasie Frank. Buttrill, Mazie Lee. Dealey, Fannie L. Goeth, Caroline A. L' 9 A Banks, Robert Bruce. Byrne, Grace. De Treville, Warren D. Goldbeck, Minnie E. 1 a Barclay, John A. Cade, Pearl. Dickerson, Fred R. Gooch, Mary Brooks. I M A qgfliy Barnes, James Kyle. Caldwell, Howell L. Dietel, William. Green, Charles Gaston. , ' J f - W Barnhill, Thomas M. Calfee, Marguerite A. Dillard, VValter C. Griffin, Luther. Y E9 Barron, Miss William E. Campbell, Fannie B. Dillingham, B. L., Jr. Groesbeck, Henry S. Ll , fi Barrow, Minnie F. L Capron, Katherine L. Dodd, Austin Smiley. Haenel, Herman E. Xi,-g 4 ful Barton, Lutie. Cargill, Rose Lillian. Doll, George Alfonse. Halden, Ophelia. .A ,hx I Batcheler, Willie W., Jr. Carlson, Margaret W. Dozier, Miriam W. Hamilton, Lucy. J .' 1 X Beakley, Mary Elsie: Carpenter, Eugene Lee. Drury, Charles F. Hamlett, Emil. li Beall, John R. Carrington, Lillian. Dye, Arthur Clement. Hardeman, Cecil T. ' 5 1, Bedford, Virginia C.. Carter, Champe G. Edgell, Sheldon Irwin. Harper, Eula Ezelle. " '- v, -, Beilharz, Erna. Q Carter, Edward S. Eilers, Bessie Hazel. Harrigan, Lola May. lb , :QL Bell, Jennie. Carter, Lee Gammage. Ellis, Louise Ellen. Harris, Ella Brooks. il ' Pl ' X Berry, Walter Mack. Cartwright, Columbus J.El1is, Reuben Hubert- Harris, Emma Joe. ' Birge, Mamie. Cartwright, Holman. Eubank, James Jackson.Harris, Eugene. 'B 3 KN Blacker, Allene. Cartwright, John R. Evans, Mary Cecile. Harris, George Gano. ,QT C' Blain, Jessie Maude. Cate, Maples Freeman. Ezell, Mary. Harris, Henry Mercer. Blewett, Tom Stone. Chapman, Fillmore H. Ferguson, Thomas E. Harrison, Helen. fi J ' X Blount, Herbert F. Chilton, Florence S. Fertsch, Linhardt. Harris, Julia. 'J ' Boaz, William. , Coffman, Lucile. Field, Victorine. Harrison, Yancey D. gil , 4 sf' Bogusch, Harry Robert. Cole, Alma R. Finks, Miriam. Haskell, Bernice Beth. 'A 'J L+ Borden, Loretta. Coleman, Cora Lillian. Flanigan, Irma. Hastings, Seth. . Bostick, Merrie Tully. Cook, Ethel. Floyd, Bessie. Hatchett, Samuel P. Jig , 7 Bradiield, James Young. Cook, Henry Morgan. Floyd, Marguerite E. Hawkins, Terrell G. 411 ,LAY 9 N Bragg, Estelle Frances. Cook, Rosa. Fonda, Ethel Mary. Haynie, Fred Carlisle. Jifq ,, Brame, Oran Robert. Coke, Willard R. Fowler, Charles Fred. Hearne, Ben Warren. 5 Y, r V, Breuer, Miles John. Cooper, Annie Laurie. Frazier, Nell E. Henderson, T. S., Jr. I F? '. D N. f B -9 A X 7 W' I f J ' Ki . ,,. A K E N . A 4:53, - A 1 fy. gf- 1, ,5-gr ,QS- . . lf E ef'-' -skip R' . .AWN " 'ii ,pi ilfjy' .alfa 'elm 'JA' WJQ . .' Q--'if - 4 - ' - IW" X za-'f M? -fv ff ff! JG ffifi ' ..- ml. 3 C we 'T Q53 'ak fx 'XS T52 'Q ' ' -53 R e g, ' 9 - 'ff -.. - x f EA ' ' :?' X P f X , Fink 1 .r 61533 L5 , Q. , , U U - , Q, . N - -- 4 - e 'gp' Z9 Q " 12: ' cffftw f 33' " y' Q"f"- H ,' e ' '-' '- - Q fs ' X f XL , ,Q J - yy, ,wrt J ,, - . 'I 7 S f Y! , , - I fff 5 g , , , f Q jg!! , .. 35 ff off 07? ex -- 5 1 Q 5 sf e W 'sf-. Q .1 J gLyq . 1-:Q N 1 rx w A elmug A-. 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' ff Y I , x-N gl Q QS 2 5 1 Q ,lf 5 , gi jx Z' U 'x ' 42 YJ X 5 ' 'fi X f Q- 'L -1. .Q 2 t Q JCQSQN N vb XM V' O , Wx : U w, 57, s m is W -pp,-, ,- F TF ,fx f,,e, .Q jfs fa ccqgfx gg Av :Ji df' Q if 6 s D 67" 5 If ' - W .iv .p 4 ,W "mi M A A P Q ff A -M ff 1 ' A - . ' f. V 49? X w fx if fX?2?' -if .- - xx V - X, ' ffl ' A ' H. , N - 5 5.4-' 'QS - f W 4 lv :MTX 955 '- QE E. ,nl , ly f -Af 1 , x . I 0 . Zz, N A was ig, I 961 fi 9, Vg 1 A ff Q X if X ,. X .- L- J X Q flwvig is xx nay, X QQ A: ,. 25 af . 'NX I gb' .. .gm I VOL. 14. cAcTus. 1907. w,- N 5- JK, 31 n QQ? M833 1 X' U b A, W BN ,, Q 8 C 'xl x . S "f 3 ffl xy: ,J '5 3 9 E 2 Wm 5 JXXJ' 2 f. G' sw l A .. 2 15 55- , .2 XX Y 1- 0 P94 .Z ul -'G 3 ,ef U U ff 1 ,- and. v-1 U W ,- -- h 11 'ffffwb 512, ff R8 1 Sie joh son. Ol Frazier. 5 3 ' 2 ': X rn WV 5- -5.3 XXX h B ttf: x : D-5 X .4 L' :Q N A .X : N c All X TI X 11 . . 'gut U . f .- LJO GJ 1 ,n 1,4 f i 247 3 p B E hx 31 UN. l Q - . X 1- E' ti wxl lx, Q X 4 9 Q , W" H IIE: 83 I Q U . ' 5 , v-Q '21 J . , ,454 Elway f -'2 F55 . Xl x K' Kgxtk Q 7,48 J L 'X EX X 'J 59 f fjx br-A 11 f. Q ,,,Q'mf:l' I f- JqfwA'.ql lg m,zg QL.. Ac j if f I I mI'Rf5 fx ,ff ' Xxx? n' Q Q F Im' :I K U fs :fs 1 LW, Q XS, M , 5 I ' x 4 fi' 'P J 'x .mlm 95' X Q v X X! if X ' .' ei! A ii 'JA fi 7' X Q15 ,3 ,K W 4 XS A9 QM fx V ,izisx H249 54 ' ff? "'Jf 'Q t W f ff . :J La Q 24-at . . , yi , 'iff ,..rr-VKX, ,r 5 I, rj ,E A. M qggajiwikp 'gif X? Uri? gg B ig ix" Qs ii gianxi I xx , N rf v ' T M X fl ,ft ri 3 Q IV H JP Q -1 , J s - 'J .lr lj U l 1 VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. Henkel, Herbert Bailey. Hinde, Edna Ellen. Hirsch, Sarah Mary. Hoard, Clifford Curtis. Hobbs, Leslie S. Hogg, Mike. Houston, Horace Ben. Hughey, Lee Knox. Hughey, Mamie. Hull, Edwin Sealey. Humphrey, Agnes. Hundley, Ovid Buren. Isaacks, Eula Maude. jackson, Richard R. jacobs, Bessie C. jarcis, Marjorie Mason. jenkins, jesse Gee. johnson, Andrew S. johnson, johnson, Mabel Alice. johnson, Nathaniel T. johnson, Vlfilliam R. jones, Marvin S. Kent, Druzilla. Ketchey, john F. Kimbrough, W'illie F. King, Leslie Elmo. King, Virgil Wooten. Kiplinger, Lloyd A. Koenig, August George. K rahl, Kenneth. Land, Urla. George Desha. McDermott, Paul A. Mclnnis, Kate. McIntosh, Best. McKean, Alonzo T. McLeod, Fannie May. McMeans, john Link. Meriwether, Sarah E. Middlebrook, Annie L. Moers, Edwin Albert. Moffett, Louie. Moodie, Albert. Moodie, Robert H. Moore, Norman Hall. Moore, Pertyrnan Sam. Morley, Cora Lucile. Morley, Ruth. Morrall, Maude. Morris, Harold Cecil. Morris, Marguerite. P. Morrow, Norman Morrow, W'illiam C. Munsinger, Karl F. Murif, Margaret W. Nance, Margaret A. Neilson, Samuel E. Nelson, Bentley. Nelson, lla Irl. Nelson, Thomas E. Nicholson, Honore L. Nielsen, Augusta. Nix, Linley Harrison. Powell, Frank jones. Prescott, Arthur C. Pritchett, jessie L. Quay, Mabel. Ragsdale, Walter S. Ramsdell, Marshall A. Ramsey, jessie Flora. Randolph, Laura. Rather, Alma. Ray, Lelie Bonner. Raysor, Frances Adele. Raysor, Mattie Lynn. Rector, Lucy E. Rice, Cornelia Q. Richards, Catherine M. Richard, Glenn Cecil. Richardson, Littleton V.Timmins, Edith. Richter, 'Walter H. Riddle, Marie. Riedel, Rosalia M. Riggs, Bertie V. Riggs, Ora Bell. Rigney, Thomas A. Roach, Wade Hampton Roberts, Madge E. Robinson, jeane. Rogers, john joseph. Rogers, Nita. Rowntree, Hal. Rugely, La Lee. Russell, Lucile. Stieler, Emil R. Stiles, Margaret E. Stone, jessie Irene. Stover, Lillyan Lee. Streeter, Marie. Strickland, Minnie L. Strong, Ivy Lee. Stump, VVilhella. Sweeney, Robert L. Tarlton, B. D., jr. Tarlton, Connie L. Tennant, joseph A. Thaxton, Lamar. Thomas, Maud Eugenie. Thornton, Anne Mary. Threadgill, William A. Tinnin, Helen Mary. Tips, Sophia. Trueheart, Charles W. Tucker, Theodore B. Ujffy, Herma Agnes. Veale, Charles H. .Vinyard, Roy Leonard. Waldrip, Hubert MCC. Walke, Frank Hicks. Waller, Georgie Daifan. Wathen, Thomas Neal. Webster, Hallie Ada. Weeks, Harry Curtis. Weeks, Marion Elinor. -3 Nixon, Zeb Vance. Ryan, Charlotte. Weil, Sylvan Marx. La Rue, Ruth. North, Thomas M. Saunders, Martha W. West, Samuel Love. ,,, Law, Lucile. O'Connor, Edgar H. Sanderson, Paul T. Wheless, Alexander. K r ,ri Q, Lechenger, Rafael B. Oliphant, Harriet E. Saunders, Watson L. Whisnaut, Ross. D .. .512 Lewis, Celeta E. Oliver, Fred N2 sh. Schmidt, Herbert j. White, james Edison. F tt, Lewis, Harry Tyler. Oliver, Hollis Guy. Searcy, Hallette H. Whitman, Nell Sue. "' ,L Liddell, Voncile. Oliver, jerry Lee. Sewell, Annie Maude. Wilhite, Walter F. feajy Little, Lena Gladys. O'Neill, Owen. Shaller, Charles C. Wilkerson, james C. W, -r Livingston, Ora. Pair, Grover Cleveland. Shelmire, May S. Willard, Thomas A. FTA' Lockhead, jewell. Paschal, Fre nk. Sherrell, Vtfilliam M. Williams, Hillary W. ,C Q9 Luker, julia Eugenie. Patterson, Redmond L. Shillingburg, john VV. Williams, Margaret S. '- Ludwig, Lydia. Peacock, Alice E. Shurtleff, Margaret B. Williamson,'Vara L. Q? liyday, Ch?-ster S. ljeacocg, Faorpli. d ghurtlelif, lSteQir Hope. wilson, jianie. d L , fx -, . 21llgLllll,,Lll21. enn, oaert ee . ator, at na r oore. inter, aywoo . Hajj ji March, john Abe. Perkins, Clifton. Smith, Annie Marcia. Winters, Robert Louie. yi ff Martin, Frankie R. Perkins, Del Sullivan. Smith, Archie VVm. Wirtz, Alvin jacob. A -r Mason, Nonie Valmon. Perkins, Louise Kemper.Smith, Bettie. Withei spoon, Horace T. Masterson, Franklin L. Perkins, Tillman P. Smith, Henry N., jr. Wood, Ethel May. Mathee, Irma IJo'othy. Peter Amos. Smith, Marryatt. Wood, Gladys. up if Mathews, Edward j. Petsch, Alfred Charles. Smith, Virgie Belle. Wood, joseph Glenn. 3 Rf Mathis, Maud Anna. Petty, Nelwyn. Spears, Lois. Woodbridge, Helen C. tl" 5, X Matthews, Ethel. Phillips, Fleeeie O. Sprott, Minnie Viola. Woodruff, jane D. X.. Mayer, George Max. Pipkin, Herman C. Spruce, Emily. Woolsey, Ettie L. Mayes, Aubrey Lester. Pleasants, Aaron W. Spruce, Robert Elmer. Vtfooten, james Herbert. 'U 'ffm Maylield, Hope. Pool, Carl Leander. Staggs, Dan Drew. Wren, Carnie. ffflgag Mt-.Kitt-, Velma Eunice. Pool, Mary. Stanley, james W. Vvflglll, Elizabeth G. If 3 iXlCliI'lflk', Robert B. Pope, Francis Marion. Steiner, Frances. Yates, Elmer Tatley. " MeC1rrrr,rlrell, jean. Porter, Lillian Estelle. Stephens, Lucy. Young, jefiie Davis. McCrory, lrrr-A j. Powell, Annie Lou. Sterley, May Anna. Young, Leona Myrtis. d. YW jg I S4 yr? ,ja , 1 'J , y ' A AITQQ ' , 'gf ffxhfsf' Q- .,. 5.41. A Y 9-li' XV!! '4i3f'iFJ E if KES -' WJWN 1 N - fr 7424 " eff' Hfib AM '. if wr' 'N .af if .. K farftwii if X if Ne f. ff, 1 -Q I ff .H 5 N ef' I I' if iz' , I .r rr r 5. I? '- I I I., 1-is I l 1 'fl r 'Qt f tl f ri ll iff rf: F f .3 if rl? , 1' I . 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I, i J ' 1 , -- - - I , f' 4 f -x A ,. . rf-wi -- S 'Q34"-E-- 1, 5955, -3 ' 1-ji 5' . . X fest 'an - ' VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. .5 5 i rr ' to mm' Q fb' S51 Engineering Department. K'- fix H r, T While the blasting was in progress for the foundations of the Law Department yd - which work, it may be stated, was in the hands of an Engineerj, some remarkable ,, A stone tablets, covered with hieroglyphics, were unearthed. The discovery having been brought to the notice of Herr P. A. Rochs, who is a profound student of ancient y and modern script-especially that of a feminine hand-he was prevailed on to de- cipher them, in the hope that they might prove to be the loveeletters of Adam and V' Ni X J H Eve, which is the only missing link in the chain of evidence he is weaving to sub- ,aa ' stantiate the proof of his assertion that he is a descendant of the father and mother A R . of the human race. The work progressed slowly on account of the fact that Herr 3 in Rochs is perfecting a portable telephone system, which, when completed, will be a 1, X: benefit to mankind in general and himself in particular. Through his kindness W 5 ' N' these wonderful chronicles are now given to the world for the first time. I 1-A-' - ,M 3 - digit? T , Y 5. 0 'M ' xx 59.03, A ,J Co ff ' J x A i An it P' 75 4 I 4 pn 6' if .- Me, Q Pr o I A 'X i' f+xA4V ,. .' M' Dila". JF' 6 9 .rf ' . ' b I ' 'R . W1 '7 K yoxoffl ,w i A t L F J 4 4' QL , I' 5 . H x4y I. X N 'K L tx . , ' 'fl F Xi ,gf v ' !u.ur.' 1 1 ,i lr ra Q Q 2... rf is . f . . . . is i" V .A Fragments of stone tablets bearing history of the Engineering Department: M., i A fir, also various other relics gathered by and presented to Herr Rochs in the course of If ' his nightly peregrinations about the Campus. Xl, 1 TABLET No. 1. i gms. Now in the twenty and third year of the reign of Ulvan the Terrible, Patrick, pff- ix i U X , who is called Murphy, the King of the tribes of the Lors, called together the chiefs, pi 5 captains, and head men of his kingdom, and spake unto them, "Behold, I have set Q15 'J " ,ggi aside this night that ye may make merry and honor your patron saint, joe Bailey." i 1' 'st And they answered, "Hail, O King! thy will be done. We shall this night give Q itil I cause to be remembered and spoken of for many generations." So they repaired if L N' to an inn outside the walls of the city, and spent the night in feasting, leaving the 'yffamk 'A' j , .v walls unguarded. QQ 1 M 'X I. its g 87 1- . ' in 8' rf T? W. 1 , J r S ' T is x J -"J .v p ,553 Aygy ,Q 5-52:5 Ibex - We . r - T fiiwirv . gdb!-,X ' 1736 , A' .Ama 'X- , ff' 41'-it 'VX' ,lffx 3 KJ N .4J"A'X. X ,. .f q. 1N --'gg' ' ,Z-TQ wrhr-Q. 'M 'lg 5 A? I as , an ffgfkxkf' 'W X72 if? 'tiff' X Xe -a ' Z X ga ' ' xx fi 'I -'S V vol.. 14. CACTUS. 1g07,' i ,fig g A gg , . rf I N, ' . is J 'I gi R' fy, Now when the tribes of the Injineres beheld this, they arose quietly and did R' ,aff ,um sack and pillage, and of the army of the Lors there was none knew where to lay E if sig, his head. And there was one jilus, surnamed Shatske, of the tribe of Akadem, 3 A 5 who sojourned that night among the Lors, and his afllictions were many and af grievous. Therefore, he swore an oith of ' vengeance upon the Injineres. I-,Q N, And it came to pass in the same year of the reign of Ulvan the Terrible, surnamed f 'iffy -'SX Thomas the Merciless, that many of the men of his kingdom had received from ' Xgi their ruler the sign of the "Ram's Horn," which was the mark of royal favor. 3 Y, 'K And many of the gladiators had been victorious in the sports of the arena. And ni A Stan Age, one of the elders, had set aside a day for rejoicing, and they gathered ' "'1 themselves together, the chief priests and the doctors and professors, the scribes I 5 I W and the elders, even the wise men and the fresh men also, and they held a great X ,ll LQ gathering with much feasting. And while they were feasting the savage tribes of fff 'j ' .3 the Simkinites and Townsites and the Millerites did attack the camps. Yea, with ,Qs ' their Black stones did they batter down the walls of the fortress. And their house- ' hold goods were scattered to the corners of the earth. And the one who led them 3 3, was jilus, who is called Shatske. if Then Tooms, one of the chief priests, gathered all the host of the Injineres ,lf I, Cv te together. And there were thirty and two captains with him-Lieb, surnamed fri.-, sl ' Dutchg and Krahl, who is called Kroggyg and Feldake, surnamed Fuzzyemighty ' Q' T, men of muscle, and Wagner the Crafty, and T-squares and water-buckets and 'I ll ,ll chariots. And they went and besieged the town and warred against it. ,f' if Qi 7,6 And the Lors fled with shouting and wailings. So Hed they before the wrath 1 1 D It f othe tribes of the Injineres, even as melteth the ice cream in the mouth of the Ka ,Q - Koed, and as the Kopp withereth away before the Niteshirt Prade. And the IQ: sound of the T-square, the razor-strop, and the bed-slat was heard in the land until 'l' If Rb the third hour of the day. ' f Now when Ulvan the Terrible heard how the Injineres had smitten the Lors, K -q 9 he was exceeding wroth, and said: "Wherefore have these foolish ones done this 4 ' deed? for are not the rulers of the Lors members of the Faculty Club and brethren a of mine? For this I will smite them with a plague and I will visit a quiz on each ,J man's head, and he shall gather up all his note-books and bring them hither, and fr lv , I will place the mark of the Azure Crayon upon them." Afdgxx But the Vizier Banty, called the Benevolent, remonstrated with him, and spake thus: "Live forever, O King! Why dost thou persecute them so?" And Q because he interceded with him, the Injineres proclaimed him King in the stead of Wx Ulvan. And of his doingsvfa QA tix fl tHere the fragment was broken.j is V xg is 'lUxisLE'r No. 2. Elf And there was one Simonds, surnamed the Simple, who was wont to lay tribute - X upon the tribes of the Injineres, for he said: "Pay me these my dues, for my scrip of the rocks of the land was long in the making, and for these benefits I confer upon thee I must have just returns. And I will show unto you a land where rocks are if ,Q of Eagle Ford shale, and from whose hills thou mayest dig Exogira fJl7l1lfCl'0.Yl1.H M, ,tix And he did gather together the tribesmen, and also of the hosts of the Akadiems, 'id - if and said: "Come, let us go upon a pilgrimage unto the fastnesses of the hills." ii" X I And behold they came unto a high place. . 3, And the high chief did appoint a captain, a centurion of the line, one Quessen, gf-to who is also called "Dippy," and said unto him: "I shall give thee dominion over these, theilnjineres, provided thou givest me half of all thy grafts." And it was N? so. He did grind and oppress, and he did bust many, and his lectures were ot M 9 great length-even so long as his whiskers were they. 4. Q Q . 88 gi st , , ., ' ' i f'9iY i fig 53, Q , V, fbi, pjwiwf Q, -1 mea' N . , ff t dbx? , I' , F ff, Q? , lin 4 if f ,g,,, ll Q. ,aerial jim? riffs, CQW ,.. ,, ,, w A 4 s Ke it ,, so t pl , QRUTQL ,3-fl' 3 A '. Nl .7 Q +1-,ml I 'xii ,. ,,, Q4 ss -,ef X .fs s at X fl 0 X W W. von.. 14. cAc'rus. 1901 K5 x ! f- ' A W xg :Il r xi ' ' ' 531-ii, l Q li- 4' 1 T ICIDXVARIJ XVINGITHSLIJ l3l,4XlN,"Tl1e Pionsf' C.lf.,l5.S. 0 H liwzzozz, T1',w1.v. ' , V No SXY21SllCLlCllllDQ Young NIL-n's Cliristiun Association Q p il if President Senior Class. p K ' P l ns "My mind aspires to higher things." X Q lik ll ii' L ' ' X ,, X if it 1 5 .-XLFRIQISJ iuvis nnonni, C.Ii., ax? l'xl't7!l'C'l'IifkA'17Hffl, Til',Ul.V. i . , . Q K . X b4"m, Young Mens' Christian Association, Swuslxea Club wk ll lx President Senior Class, Class Footeliall, og. an 'ISM ' 7 X i "The world is mv tenniseeourt, and all that is there X5 . . x A 7 in obeys my racket." - -, ' , ,K fl Q nu m. -9 , . , ,, , . , 'Z' 'P i OLIN WILBUR PINLILX, Cla., P.I:.C, ATA., , A," lVU.X'lllIIZC1lZ'f', Tu.m,v. 'M , 1 ,Ill fs: President Freshman Class, English FooteB11ll Team S ' rf X 'ogg CACTUS Representative, 'ogg Track Team ,ogg Manag T 5 l ' er and H21lfeBaek Sophomore Foot-Ball Team, T732 Treas- i l,,J,, Iwi x urer English Department, 'o4g President Senior Class, 'o7 ,- p Secretary Swastiea Club, President Swastiea Club. 4, 1' , I ,f X "His truest wealth flows in his Veinst he is 21 gentle- 1, , '- , ,, uv 0 gffig man. Ill I ix lftxx ii .La A l X JS, LIQXVIS GARBRISCHT, "Sauer Krautf' If.M., l Z 5, ' ,lIi11'z'fm,vi1, Sfzlzfliuzrlz Ixhzlzflx. fi T 4 . . , . , . , 'V 5' ,ggi "Vl'er n1el1t liebt ll ein, VK eib, und Cyesang, F: P1 Iler hleibt ein Narr sein Lelien lznigf' W PJ i xl Al Xi '-K MN 'A fl, pri is it , , . l Q . SQ '- s ft, ,C T J . . , ss f - -'E , " .fn wi gd x .'-J sv' 141:19 514,25 f. N Avail, Nicgg f, E' K ff w 'V rjixl r- ff H M w viz l N' Q' ' SV 'r . 9,4 I ,Q f :lil QW . ' 0' if ff if ffj Mag 'G f - K ' ' 5 MD EJ My ,vu , ' K ' fin? 59, ,413 sl .f?'-'39 fifigi I-'pig-tx t it - A it 'fx X VOL. 14. li fl'-A I :Bi N, ,-find, af Q' 95 iff S-o , x gall 'X i ll li XS. ' 0 I I if g P a f 1 I " fx .- if A Ca , X 'fr - l w ef l 'QA U X S i lx 'lil AJS: e - N A all rg K fs 1' fr t f v I ., ff I .e Q - ,v I fir i I is Al we es Iv .42 X ty , -it cAc'rus. 1907, Wg, E be Ax at 3, Vyonx oEoRGE HoLLi1AN, "Sox,"C.E., Uzzfazio, Cal 1'ju1'1z I-U. Student Assistant' in Civil Engineering, Yice-Presi- if av dent of -Iunior and SeniorClasses, Students' Council, 'o6- Ll 'Ofl 'Varsity Band, 'o3,'o4,'o5.'o6,'o7g German Play, 'o3- 'o4, Swastica Club. "But how can a Qwholej man live without 'sox'?" swf il , fi EDVVIN FRANCIS MCCALL, "Bug," C.E,, l1'e'aIl1erf01'fz', Texas. f 'LW l Swastiea Clubg Glee Club, 'og-'04-'05, Band, 'og-'04, 5 Band Manager, 'o5-'o6-'o7 , Class Foot-Ball Team, 'o3-'o4- A ,N 'o6g Class Base-Ball Team, '033 Sergeantaat-Arms from be- iq, ginning to end. ll "Let others hail the rising sun." M TQ F 'ill Vi' 1 K9 -.3 u ' , EDWARD MICHAEL MCGRATH, "Mac," C E., .' l'VZ'C1Il'fLl Falls, Texas. f g' Il Student Assistant in Engineering, 'o6g Vice-Presi- 15" dent Senior Class, Swastica Club. lv' "VVith steady step he held his Way, W, "E O'er shadowy vale and gleaming height." I' I 4 .v 3 ps ,l f ' I. L 5 LOUIS R. PIE'liZSCH,i"Peaeh," B.A., J, Ifuxz' 13L'I'7ltlI'lI,, Texas. 'I l 5 I Capitol Club, Young Men's Christian Association, ll ff President Engineering Department, '07, " Crafted bv degrees." ya . Zffyax at nl' gf ,g . pi, o '.- A 'lf rf- A 449235 , fbaqpy- he ivfsp gl Lara, 57,2 ,U-0 fb I1 AW, iv, Vxirxnx 'O ' Li' T' 1 gi., ad lp 1755 AX I fb'J 4,958 .1116 'JESSE ,QWSX M .7 ,+ ik X , 1 x . f .,, , ,, - j Q '. Q , ' " 'Q 'Eg' XV' X9 59 X ,if X gg A: ID 1254! X 'Z an voL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. Q l ' --M H rdf 4 Di ' D O ,x .J , X . f if s YP' ' JOHN LYNCH STANAGIQ, "Happy jack," CE., P.E.C., KJ- Sf. 1,nzzz'.v, ,'lIl..V.VOIlI'l'. fl ' it , w Jolly, Joxial, -lasting jack. ,jg I 1 WILLIABI EDMUND THOMAS, "Little Bill," ILM., 2 axy, flllifl-lla, Texas. 9 Student Assistant in Geology, 'o53o6-'o7, President u i l or of Engineering Department, 'o7g Young Men's Christian . We t ' F .L Q7 I , sw .JZ ' it M it if A 1 ffil Oil-Ig K' We .x ., Q A 1 rf il I if f 'X ,fl . 'll' lg X ' lg 3 Association. r .a Xi' L'If woman be there, there is happiness too." Q' N if , we 'tl I anim X' i 7, B .P Q, ,P K i 4 N' ,grip JOHN EDWARD 'rHoRNToN, A-Thirsty," KE, QE., I ll , ' U, X Au,vz'z'rz, Texas. IV 'x 5 5.9 Swastica Club. ' XT, lair if "Thirsty yesterday, to-day, and forever." X J v Ny L I .if 3' Q fl FL w i gi il lt S. it l, X N3 ROBERT JOHNSON WILLIAMS, "Beef," CE., 3 'T ff4zz'1zcsvz'1Ic, Texas. i '43-4 JS: Swastica Clubg Secretary junior Classg Vice-Presia ,Qi-if lg la 5' X dent Junior Class, Treasurer Senior Class, Pre ident Engi- ni, Xu, . neering Department, 'o63 Student Assistant in Drawing, J :J 'o6-'o7. Qui: "Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see gg ig 9 rams' horns." 4575 is 3 .MN r f 4 4' X fwiw ' ll QI 1- X ivlxl li V 'l Nj , 0 J E' 0 Y -A , 0-'Q 5 get ' if Qf, ,'J iv' T23 fic. L A ,riff xii? if r,l?i'Q",iN ' 9 7 W K ' ff? ' ' 'J it wx,-fl A ,f.f"' t' ffl ffilifxi It ..-W . If . ' ,nl 'X aa' Q 4' 1""X' AFX ' :J 'AJ XJ .1 J v e. ff .-me +-'fi H f ve- A 2 TL , jf' QA., t XX A t -, X V Y .r If, 1 WN! vi. , ll-3 f?f ,lk .5 I IIT, , X I X V xXx X ff , -,X J - 'I lf' X Q I S :QM W X7 :S X 'af X 5s ez ' fr: af' X ll! . -'S von.. 14. cAcTus. 1907. Nfl , w y o oe ' ' 'Wi' ' oo ' ' ' ' ' 11" 3 lf b , 11' ,A+ JK-3 A me xi ll I' e e ,, , 1 li 'W Qigx CHARLES MILLER XVOOD, "lhe S1lGHt,H C.E., ff '-A 3 ?4 HI'f1llQ17lLl,I.0lll'.S'l11ll7. A 3 , Secretary Senior Classg Swastica Club. fl Q e . . 1: fly. lib "Of every noble work the S1lCIl'E part 15 bestg J? X' 'KV f Of all ex ressions that which cannot be ex ressedf' H. A' 1 5 p I p .1 's - V ll X- N mf 41 ,. 'A 5 l . 1 I gm , - K . axe' fs? gg ' - ua W lg X f :W 6 if UMW pl 51.5 . '. 0 ' Ng I . ww., l 'Q xl .1 X, 5 ,9 Q, , V' AL A J J l fe 'X . r Xl if N , K J f L, -I XL W Y is lcggx ,QM ip, ' xi Li Vx XJ l gli b Q be D ll 'C I 4 le 1 'f ,. pq' 5 lu X X, 12,4 "' , "G L Q., X ff' ff ' A Q. ' 3 l ly H' l A gf! 'v X -4' 'W , l Ay ' ' Jil f ,Iii hills: V! JP, rl X ra I ' if F fi? o fflll 'Z' K Il if X' Ware. V 9 f 0, I5 k P 92 .' 9 lf ,ll i fe Lf V A N ,D .es B 'Q f 12553 All l M, 1 N3,,lfzf'N if 2 ex- x ff ll- JMX- gfx- if .AM ' no lflgvfw ll ,s A f Q. jf ' ,XQSNV ' Q-'Z15' N., Q is? 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K1.g5, is X51 ,ns x- f X K ' :- 'A I f, 1 " :H ,I x 5 ' T .I Q" , L X " " if' ma f M nm N up A 'X bi N: ', lr' l 1 , ' ' 'lf XXN 0 'qv " I - " Y A V- W ' v 07' 'S 5 ' A ' 'SKS--mf xl VJ .Wi ' 235 J fx- I 1 4: A 5 ' , .5313 i ' , ik F Q it fn ' Na . 4 ,, '-V' -'Qjf'-Lx Ticfjw I W1 Q 4 , Y as-51, 'f A I 7 X G...,., 6- 4 5-9'lX'LXXw7 , Y 31, y X V 95 3' J JJ , X5 NY li ' '7 fv A ,wwf ,- A - . N W .. IQ? X. 1 f Qzff N . rm ' JDJ 'Y -f iffy g.S"A 1 "f '2 . MQ ,gf Q4 MQ f Q- fQkY' . Q ' lf: f f : ,wk - X 1 .Liv I -K! .Pl is L N Q My U92 if f? 9 ' if if, I , ,iq-RWD? Rf L 1,1 X IA - , 4733 N W, l I n yr ik jf" 53 ' fps. Ejisgj 39 -' ' .:1'-nf' - 3-"SH ' F' 5 F f .. ' ef' .- -I., . ' il vm.. 14. cAcTus. 1907.' I .g f- lf , Y JV., Z F59 63, A ,lr ' . ' fi I MI. Jumor Engmeers. 1 . ,2 Xf OFFICERS. A U uf f . HX 'Q I A Fall Term. ' tg . President, . . .... . . R. G. FULCHER .tw X - - K. N2 a fl Vice-President, .... . . . C. A. JONES. l I T X' Secretary. . . . A. C. KELLERSBERGER ff' ,. '4 '1 Treasurer, . . . . . L. C. WAGNER fi' ' SCfgC3Ht-3trAfIHS, . . . W. W. ANDERSON J 1- , 41 . HI, VVIILIUJ' Term. J ,Xa President, . A . ...... . W. L. EYRES. QQ ' I "- !Q2f.E.ff31dmr - I I .105-QEWAR I y . - . . INK, R 1 5 X Treasurer, . . . R. L. RAMSDELL. . 5 ,Xl , Sergeanteat-Arms, .... A. E. VAUGHN. 03 T , ,lt AS, I f . w '- 'U Sprzing Term. ffl, .-g l j ' President, . . ..... . W. F. KRAHL 'kd' 1 Vice-President, . . . . J. G. BROWNE A 'Q XA A S9C1'CfHfY. - - . . . O. BRASHER , 2557 Xb Treasurer, . . T. SHIMO-KAWABE ' ,? J 'p Sergeant-at-Arms, . . B. M. WOODS f .Q L fix .- f If A X JUNIOR ENGINEERS. . 5 ' 4 gb Anderson, W. W. Hendrickson, V. U. Sewall, J. H. " LF' Browne, J. G. Hinds, J. Stevenson, J. C. ,A mfg, 'lvl Chance, G. G. Kelleisberger, A. C. Thrasher, T. E. 3, 'y Nxr Crocket, R. L. Krahl, W. F. Toombs, A. L. . IX if A N9 Duncan, A. B. Montgomery, P. V. Tyler, R. G. A, ,f l -I ' Elder, W. H. McClell In, G. A. Wagner, L. C. '-' if J' Fulcher, R. G. Pearson, M. M. Wingo, W. H. . Ag J N Goodman, B. Quinnius, H. W. Wright, M. .TJ fx Haskell, C. G. Ramsglell, R. L. J ' J Af . X ff -. I ' ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. - ' Al? ,X Blucher, G. A. von. Fink, H., Jr. Shafer, J. H. .l H rg, Bone, J. Y. Jones, C. A. Sutton, H. H. ,J l jj, ' X Brash r, O. Gillespie, J. G. Vaughan, A. M. A l- Eyers, VV. L. Gram, E. . Woods, B. M. al' Is. S4 MINING ENGINEERS. ,I Gardner, L. B. Lieb, V. E. Newell, G. S. 52? '. I ff 3 Harris, A. L. Linebe'ger, J. S. Shimo-Kawabe, T. 45' ,rc l- " Haskell, L. G. Munson, W. B. Vasquez, A. ' 4' T F ,N Q I Q , 94 ' A - 25 cg . 'A iz A . 4 3 ww C' . " - . QT ' .I F-4 Eff-u , . - 1- ' -A AISI r - rf 29 C U. 1 - q N f NIP , 4. tu, ' " 1' , VJ ij Q I r fy . . rf QI ...ff All fien RAI. i4.f'X MN ...J 1 W K 1 5 B ,XX u 1 A X K W 1 X T3 11? L 1x F9 911 1. PY, 59 11 1 'Y x ba 7 1 '1 -X X. U 3 IA V K. X 3 NN ,U 15,- Wx' X 11 Q 54' EX I V. '4 L 11: 1 I 1 , , 1, , 3 ,. . . 'is V -1 W1 A 4 :...."Q-5, .13 -- g 'A rv: 151 is ffm, 1 ffl? X A' -1 N if 1 S-9191 "1 ' 555' J' S. fligglw ' fx 'riff -X1 Eithgxgk E' mv? kaafwix: X 'I ' I x VOL. 14, cAc'rus. A 1907. O 52 ba :LD ,cu r vi 'U Q . A., U Em-D 5 FU ..i 5 Z at W L4 F aa U ., GJ 51, CDD xi LL -L- Ui'-g ,- Wu :-1 ..-3 v 1-L fj .J -.,-4 E135 If! GJ Z: -mf- G' U U DC ... A 32 U 25 E111 -iff u. 71.4 ,,-P, v-I JJ .i-4 V cc I ,QE ,US .C yr if an G CI r r 'l, -CN f-11 Z3 CU'- Qmcu Pm DO G2 93 5 ' " 4435 X if 3 J' -st ' I A , N Q ' 5 fl' 15 A 1 ff X M N , ' mx!! 41 ,. 1 NW Q11 if 1 1 Ziff? 'X iff" " fi' 'I g,fT'??f" x 451 M iyzjbm WL f 1 Ir Y AJ K' af. . if 5' Ng 'N 1 1 1 57? -'A f x9 xx, : fc: .,-... :ca -cs ,id ox " K 1 -. m"qL.'J' 'lr'?3 'J .1 ww X 1 1 ,,. Q1 1 EN E , H N" X 1 '3 Tl 4-'G' ' 1 My .a.' fa, 112 ki 1 4 XX L X 1 if ' 1 11' , 1111 X1 1 Q4 lf' 11 3 NNN ,J' 5, 11, My 1-' , I, ,X "' fax f' UF' f 303.1 is. X F 1 M11 fl! 1 K gi? kb 7 fX ff! ,LAX -1 1 4 XSXIX 1427 11 f AQ ' 3 4 Q ix ff? Vibm, xy ' 11 ' JQYZNE X Y 5:1 QQ? t.J2Ef?- U N A ff ' f xx A l ,f J,-1, - 4 ' . , nf. v :fits , ggmqiizr-- :LQ 55 X UAE, v -, J 5 .'3 T JO asf X -ax Ng 1 .. .. ' L. g : 'I 'f - ,Q ,: , Vi V 14. 'I X I' Aix ' U K9 ,Axe CACTUS. h QQ.,-,A-, - I 'Z' 5 R an V LAL! ,nr ' "'X,:::.7-fi V V 1907. xv! fi f: mf 3 MYER- ff fb, 1 gi 452i XA '-QQ, - JY .m wg r 5 ..-Q K qu H , w A V 4. W, vw EM Epi X 15, K. if . H mug V V x: ' J f , 6 pkg IK 321' ': 3 V K is , if , Q L a :fl f A5 +5 fin if XC Vx 'M 4 - IJ! xy if V f ' A dj amt JL xxx 6 lk if EX if jg A gl QQ' j M f HJ, ,Q Q f 0 9 qw? mfiiwffy Aw , 9:09 ,rw Y ' 3.4fLvl -Fm '4 5 O !g,,f""'ZVW ' gff ! xii, 1 gkfy .E l Sqflifkfi fy 1 PM ,W l. N ,PH 1 ,ff f , :Q lfrfiqjm-', 9 Q W S,-Y A I , 'X " W f- 'A-F A W 1' : 1. , AL .S-,gli-.-. N as x XX ,nv ,us V lm J l I I iff? J fjf , ,Q4y if-1 ' ig V f , Q I 'x -LQ? A 4 ,f' x ! I t 1?!4 L ff" Y 1' I I l 5 x' ,fl ,'!' ' , 1 I ' , J Pf, . 1, L I M N H+ QF 3 Q Jw, 4, , , .gy H ff gb ' -JL M gs ,J ZcAga'TNf if-Q, U - W'-M--ff-F W 5 J E P2 do ga 1, 96 K 4 ' lfg 'ge 'HN 1,1 af ' . 1 .134 ' A i' 'qv 4 f J 1 '1 Vi X Xbtlffl 'XML' 1"'p?Ef'F,'4 -X A ix X AN' fwlgi fT5'K' ' f 1 fr' x ' 1, , X , '.f- 4-' 1 , .1 I rr N N ' .Ls ,- Q- IVQJGF fillzuigrxx J' ' 4 4 V Q IDX l , 5554 gig .. N 3 .b JM K fix 1 is X, 450 AXQ if! Q N My 'XA V 1. N "X P E. K lf. 5 A f - w Nr L. N VOL. 14, CACTUS. 1907. Sophomore Engineers. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS. President, . . Vice-President, . Secretary, . . Treasurer, . . . Sergeant-at-Arms, . President, .... Vice-President, . . Fall Term. lfVz'n ici' Term . Secretary and Treasurer, . Sergeant-at-Arms, UJUJ 2.2557 U?3F6iD.'e. n:f""UD- 25:53 g"4r,gNf-r TS? area- adi. Vlfb ' sr U1 S'- '1 fD Q'-1 l 4 Q ls D. 2 3 41 i I sfefzsmmmwsvoa-new .L. . L. Adamson. . J. Alexander. E. Allen. N. Alexander. B. Atkinson. . F. Baldwin. . Battersby. . A. Beckwith. A. Berman. . F. Berry. V. Booth. C. Brown. Armstrong. Spring Term . SOPHOMORE ENGINEERS. G. M. Feild. L. H. Feldhake. L. W. Fox. R. Gamez. G. H. Gilchrist. O. J. Gilcreest. J. G. Gombert. J. S. Brown. R. Buchanan. T. P. Burdett. W. Clarkson. W. M. Conley. C. W. Conrad. C. A. Davalt. J. C. Dodds. I. E. Durham. W. M. Ellison. W. L. Evers. A. G. Faris. L. S. Goodman. A. J. Goode. A. R. Grambling. H. P. Griffin. M. J. Gunner. E. N. Gustafson. L. S. Harris. W. H. Harrison. S. B. Householder. L. H. Lacey. J. B. Lewis. D. C. Lipscomb. M. Mainland. C. W. McClelland. D. F. McCormick. W. W. McCullough. C. Y. Milliken. T. F. Mitchell. R. M. Nall. Q 97 f :P rj? . H. A. BECKWITH . . M. J. GUNNER . . A. R. GRAMBLING . H. E. SHUDDEMAGEN . . R. L. ARMsTRoNG . C. Y. NIILLIKEN . WM. CLARKsoN . . E. BATTERSBY . R. L. ARMSTRf'JNCS . . . H. J. RUNGE C. W. CONRAD. . W. W. MCCULLOUGH. . . . ED. BALDWIN P. E. Nicholls. J. E. Parks. J. W. Payne. J. S. Pickens. F. L. Ramestell. E. R. Romberg. H. J. Runge. W. B. Samuell. C. E. Scoggins. G. C. Smith. W. E. Smith. S. A. Talley. R. W. E. Thompson. J. L. Tounsend. P. A. Turner. A. M. Vaughn. J. P. Waggener. E. M. Watkins. E. White. C. R. Williams. J. M. Winfrey. J. L. Witt. R. A. Wood. H. VVright. C. Young. roms' X' I i ... ' Vx .-. ' ri . 'E ev 2 ' f Q 'P S . Q 1, J .v 1 .5 'h B A 2 3' AX LP X X N I I . ' . ,,ffV ' .fi 1 :DQ "ffl - ' Eff 'N ,fa-J ' 2 .Q I ff r X JZ' Q.: N, .. , . QQ 2 .4 J ..v xi S -x Xa lv, fl? im WJ .Q 'fi' ' 1 . . All . N T 2 '-X1 "X ' WEP 'li 1 I , ,Q ' 1 1 l,ll r .4 If . 'X ra P L 'Q , , Q 'X ,EEK M ,Nj . ggi Is XT ij! MN A ffl ib- it QQ. let, :QENE V G E v ' ,ix ' A XL ' , 1 e W K 'gn N . .2 Q N L " ff' , f " -x Qff' ' ,, ' f if ' 5 fx f Y f ,fggr .K N , 0 , F 1 f.. S f p 6 ,L , ,I 4 QQ, 54 ,, , " uf, bg, W , 1 jgfxdii. 4 ff? ' o ww N KLWUQD i f J' tb L in 4' fy , 'W . f 1 bf 253552 4? df 'sf I iff ,. A , P' . Q Qmi '17"Iix+' X E bwl . 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F , QL! , V561 X! . r f X ix YM K ' R Y ' :T 'JZ' 5.fi'Zey rags, 5 ,V , . 'Hx 1 v 0 .vw J: Ja " XO O -15 rr Q + 22 5 Q, , x ' f - Rf? 53 1 rg? -:AIN .rx f n , X L ..! ,Vg ,jimi i iT :cis gk '- fiisxx 'NEP W0 . mfg ' ' N4 , PN 5' I, xk'145:Q Dodds. Ramsdell McCormic I B ' ffqf' Goodman. Lacy. I Mai hand Clarkson A 62 51. D an D v M1 liken. L, b g A L. on 1 5-Tj ' - 4 " fl- Armstrong Beckw' h. V n G ood , :P -,s l'.- -, .ENN x Mx 8 AE' Q' f v 2' A f' T' f ff A fwtv' wr M . ya ,V W QQNE f. Fmib x :fi-'fwlp 255 ' v gym NLX L, 'w f I, Axl Y V X 5, V 4 yd A N X. 6-3. ,L N P' , -4 i X 53, Y '1 W MW . Ziff' N Q , I M NM ff? S 4 M A323 Q51 x fivbgkx 129' 'N 'IA re 'R mfg g , l 51,55 5.2 -e ' MT., , - Ugg- r- 54195. 5 + I . l L, ,f ,PW H , , I. e I, 'I -' frfitxr '-irrlwr ES. M I 2. I .I I I ' X 'W ' lf, iii .., x'. r .Ni ' x l Y xfla.-li :Ci QI' 1,6 30 K' X15 Q N lifilf 1 .EI f .-N 1 I 5 1 X ll at . ' x '- I I IG ti 9 a - I1 I I A J 3 :- N ca VOL. 14. CACTUS. President . Vice-President, President, . Vice-President, President, . Vice-President, Adams, J. B. Anderson, A. E. Bailey, G. A. Baldwin, F. N. Barr, R. E. Blakeney, A. T. Blewett, W. W. Boothe, F. Bracher, G. A. Callaway, C. Cortes, A. B. Crawford, L. D. Freshman Engineers. OFFICERS. Fall Term. . P. D. CARLISLE. Secretary and Treasurer, . . Miss M. HARRIGAN. Sergeant-at-Arms, VVin!e1 Term. . I. M. MCCRACKEN. Secretary and Treasurer, . L. D. CRAWFORD. Sergeant-at-Arms, Spring Term . . T. A. BLAKENEY. Secretary and Treasurer, . . L. A. MYERS. Sergeants-at-Arms, CIVIL ENGINEERS. Darter, F. M. Dexter, E. Dowell, H. B. Eaton, W. E. Evans, Ward. Faber, A. L. Fernandez, R. Findlater, F. Forman, T. W. Greene, O. K. Hamilton, B. A. Harrigan, Miss Mildred. Lacy, N. N. Leverence, H. Livingston, H. B. Maessen, F. T. Malloy, J. C. Maury, L. W. McCashin, A. E. McConnell, N. W. McConnico, O. De McCutcheon, C. M. McGee, R. E. McLaurin, B. K. 1907. r N. 4 1 4 A G. E. SCHULTZ. ,QQ . . C. L. BOYER. '14 A. E. ELLISON. ff? . O. K. GREENE. 'A' , .5 R. B. DOWELL. . B. and G. CROW. Z, In ' T Parr, R. C. - Pearce, S. D. 'I 23? Rowntree, H. Scales, P. ' -gg Schafer, W. 5 Shaw, W. R. I Shumard, M. A. Slaughter, E. G. Smith, A. 1 'I , Smith, T. R. I' 1 1 1' I Sparks, R. B. . Strong, T. P. ,4 M 'XIXQ Creager, P. Y. Harrison, L. C. Muenster, R. A. Thaxton, R. C. . ' ,Q ., W Crow, B. B. Honnold, F. L. Myers, L. A. Warnken, E. R. 5 fin Crow, G. D. Jones, V. C. Noble, J. A. Warren, W. J. ' " Ml Cypher, J. A. Kincaid, E. B. Pace, D. P. Wilson, G. H. ,- V X i'. Wm ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. -fi if ,xg Ayres, H. B. Currie, M. D. Holden, W. W. Peters, A. , , i i Bachman, F. Davis, R. E. Hord, T. A. Porter, H. C. -4 Badger, S. Duncan, J. B. Hyde, C. F. Romberg, A. F", 45 J W Bates, E. L. Ellison, A. Joynes, C. M. Samuel, E. S. .jjflfx Bell, W. C. Eppstein, B. A. Kellersberger, E. R. Schultz, G. E. 9 .1 N Bliem, H. M. Erwin, J. R. Kinsey, D. P. Simpson, F. F. fi .3-J Bruck, E. E. Gill, J. H. McAllister, W. W. Talley, A. L. l Buchanan, P. Gill, M. F. McCracken, J. M. Temple, B. M. A17 I, Caldwell, W. F. Griflith, G. M. Meadows, J. E. Thomas, R. L. , , iff nl S5 Carlisle, P. Hamlett, B. G. Miller, H. W. Roder, C. M. von. fd jf: xx Conrad, C. W. Hardeman, H. E. Paret, J. W. Westbrook, L. W. fb ' ' Crawford, W. F. Hendley, B. M. Pendleton, E. E. Wheeler, I. wi . MINING ENGINEERS. ,K ,V Boyer, C. I.. Gill, J. W. Jones, J. A. Wallis, J. E. lj! if X 'I Cage, R. Hastings, C. H. Nipper, R. C. Weaks, B. P. V .9 Caruthvrs, W. H. Hart, T. Payne, J. W. Wright, H. M. ' ' Hill, H. P. Porch, E. L. ' J. . F ' l Ioo , f . 1 J , Xb 1 0 I Y 4 1 - . "5 ' ' .12 J gi X ' 5155.7 v :IS .rjidggf - ,I if: J J . NN 'TF' L W I 1 - rp . ' ' ff it X NW I ' 4793 -X 1723569253 av I If IP ffitigqrxl fn? . '- - A-"b'f "2-3 f 9 w awp W +2 9555? we- J LQ ' 1 , J WT H . . N wk. 445 . H , X , Mx Q W1 X N .5 . 5 RQ, 'J A , v E 351 VY, lbwx X fn 5 My ' A . . 551 N1 HN f I XX, fa ' list G .M ZIAN - . M M 1-1 1 I. N A 1 JI w UQ.. 1' X EM. -sa W. X M .xx :X 1 H tk -is x ,f f ,XX ,ES .jg X. 1 X L 1 4 1. R' . Q ,,A. J! ga. Q 'W , " 1 X XY? 1 QR' '-' Lf! -fr ID . VOL. 14. CACTUS. Ji, 4 . -- , "1 ' 7' 3 , in W, RS fi N 1 iff . , R I ' t "K 4 : "F "Vg: X 0' FDM 1907. cu u 11 ... .- ... 3 s. R0 ers Samuel 811. y- Il Vx 6 N 3 .s: 'j U 5 :SEE 33 vi K5 U U ... . 5 U fo Q. II: 8 71 L- '4 CU E o 3 D4 'E' xl F' GJ L as LL Noble. Lau Ad E U v-4 Z4 CE : 'U L- O I 2 5 Q GJ L- 'u- E91 4.1 .C .1 5 E a LJ ai O x- U H. 33 410 'm 'OL 2 .E -.2 C-I3 L4 Qi U L. O 5 EE , E Ol MB gi I - A 6 - , 'T wx 'gy xp x '724A',gE,, xf 1 J fxmf . X X K 1 , W " x , " . . I A , I ' fix 1 V 'I V W 'J A - 4 , - - w X JM Yr .fn . K . my A K- W ' . A ' .U x WX iff ' WE M5 W f " f Q .Z fix? f'Q WT? Q 1? N f ' A QQ I Xml' fo QQ 4 1 H X n'. 4. , My WX n ' . A ' "Nl 'x 'N . r v -:K .A I 1, M R' 1 Xf' ,J f 01 S -A ,I Ny! J I, ,X Q 'J' K x. fait' 5 K X . pkfqlfix X 65 qw dv fl Y 1 ZZ! KV 3' ,zffgj Q5 ., gk!! .xx ff, , M. ,. Y A X Q af lxw 3 'X fn? MIM. f 'N A 'Sf' . .wg A -,W-3 L-.Af f- I H sf V- 5 xl A f 5 SQQMR ' fgyvlw 521 Ligiif' TS' " - ' .- , Nflswu, J ,ugm Q3 fsfv 1 M ,ws-V-Xl, w A- iq , iw , J -f 2 is flf v X -,,, ,IQ 1 L, , . X B xl Pl , . : ' .N l 2 ,. UW ' W N' 40 X 'uf X X g: UP 5 KDJAX I N I N 1 Q v F vw X Enix L x 3 .vwp Y U . ' X fl L cw if QQ' QQ n J: lf ln L, Q : 29 A iz, fm dk E, T! lf' N4 2 ,flux 'N ny?-J XX If Q 1 5 -.- ord a ll Q px . dq Ci P Q -s 'sim l L X W ip? 4 7 Q! gm W X: PM ,Mix QA .y 9-s, , lv ! , r , U N' f ' J W 9 ' ' 5,c1'L': 1 4, A' .- , K ,f I v., X 5: I -.J -Z , 5 V, 6 , -L 4, . X If ,,f S M524 ff 14-55 fi? f gig! 6:1-, u, ' -- 5 - J' -- yy! '-37 - N 4 O I' ' 4 :L l l O JP O -l C SD Green. Bates. 1'l'he Bfwy Wondcxnm Evins. McAll ster. Hamilt 1 Lacy. Shaw. jones, Porch Hardem nl Bailey. Bell. Meadow. -L no O T' A Q, lc, ' 5 A 'Sig-55 vbdfi ry.. ,Nix TSX 5 f-Q 5 -J ' ' X' 'JN' 'X f 5 ' f - . 'nl -p A I-'A'-f' - AY, flee 1 AA AA .'fNA ggi' Afg- A -A J ., 1,1 -NA' 44 I 13-3 M lr.. :J A1'Lgi.x fa V- F N. .3 . 1 T5 2'1" J cv? gl.. If X -U 1- ,- n fa U l E cc :ffl jp J l I . 9.3 :J ' -3 2 :r , s 611 mi l gif. l h fl 102 A A 0 x -qniif' RE. N K J f - HX -Ms 5 1 V -X. , X W r 1- YQ Af" f X A H, I, gflif J lf Wy iflfxwf 3 ff X1 1 ' X -I ' I ,'-mixllw f- ' Q ,gf l W MJ xi' ,jj x J, J M J - f ' .. :Wi 'T fiilf' ' fl? 'K ' ff 'riff' P , l :gl li a 0 r li 0 ,. X 1 M 'm w v x 1 L-4 5 ,- QJ U 'P v O 11 u my df A :tri-S L.. i A MN Y- jx ,JBN , ,wgffax XX 145 Lggygnf--fgyf, 53,9 , A 1 'fag ab -X X llbfkm I, N N Qi, J , - Z , T--ITS. H 'B " fs X 'X M My ' P X NH 'Q F v 31' f ' 'T T912 ' VOL- 14- 'A my " rf" fl M , - CACTUS. '34 X M, W -3 f- 72 vm 3:5 1 Q 'fjf my i MX , 15, ' 1 H-1, 1 Q qT .x 71 y , +C fb-K Q5 , 2 lv 'Q fx ' M U ll, N' L2 fl if 'E 2 .22 ,, 'Q 1 X Q9 5 H yfiliiv W A XY 2-xv, C 'Q 1.9 35 gi 52 E3 m - N 1 1 f N if XY : D4 Q hx ': x l JJ-I . in N 5 Z, gg V . if 5 p? ' 'Q' . I , - VH G JA , 6522 XX LF f-E y , .4 4- E , it 4 F90 ,L E f ' '31 V 'NX :thx K 'n lg 3 'Q X Y' I il AE-in N 1 , I X 3 .4 I rx: 5:4 gf J sg Q Q- ! I, X, J 'J 7 ww Q3 yl I ij 7 bl 8 rl A Q x ' f, S N x Q.: Nik 'E pg W rl ,kgx v 1 :3 5 rf-A 7 L 'Y 'aj ms , E N Q A f M Q H QQ , A - ,ff vm fi ' ,afb ww? 'V IS' A Y In 4:4452 XRS . E X f, N-5 v 103 f"'7f,g 19 Nik By 191513 4 "2 my fd 3X5 . A JDJ QL f I IJDQ F! Xxx, x Ads? Wibliyx f K fx N 17,5 V-9-Elf, 12'7y'p7 2 w, . -531531 4" 16's ' " wkrw lim " ,Mf wi? . 4 V X A, ltlug xy? f ,A Exe 4 f - L-wi: "PJ y Q Xfdff' D ' f-Jw .,- ztfgk LQ .. , r - N H X X :K f X 'I , WJQ LRQQL? f 'film Icipxxftflf X - :XX 'TX . 'ff' 5 V MN J"'Q'2 an .riff 235 YA DX "A-ix . 1 I I X 1' If ' V VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907.' .Q , W f Q f ,. X ., f ef TAL ,N Y tx , 'J ff NT 4 x gif 'J s A v f w 1, fx ,X w' 5 vo X X 1 fn w 4 mfg Wg J 1 Q xx jg. ., X 5 ., ' ' aa A w if ,Q lm NWN . J fa -M S f. DING. RN Cx fu , . n V W . :MU N' A A 1 UI B LAW N . L ,, K .X my 5. f J' 4 5: . ' f X .' X. LA J 1- ' N digg ., 'Ari x ' 1 fr- 1 fc NX.: A L 1' A 2 11 is D by :'i f lf! KX . ' 1 x .sf 7 ,. Z, 4 K ggi, ,ATfEjLT QA ,A 'sl . 1. 'QI F. 'w 7 .xr ,FIX -f '91 M ggw xii V D 5 4 bp , ,y ' .-fp WM 104 F if Tx Z 0 v A Q x ' M . I ,- A 14:3 J, , ff IW. if rt: 5 uf Xgvzfrjxi if - A. Ja! 'X, ,af-ff 7 .vu . ff .P ffiijm i X fe? ' " 'A 2' 9 XS- W Q GK ,fc JA, f '4' :Q T3 Nu K iff -ax' ,s .J I 4 XJ JJ Q l fX 5J"'a.'-2 N 5 -f7 15 X 5.1 7 v ,J 'W Q . RC' ' I. ' ' . J Q . . L 1. 4' of r ii, Q J I V ' , A , '-' R 'D' sn I ' I I . k Q ' Q" '15 1'--'.' I . h 0 ' . , ' v Al? . a ' ,' .bg' l'l 'za' ' ' - ", I 1 4 - U fi,-'-ha' H ... , flu -.1 I 0, LJ: A ,D , . .1, u ' v .-wb, . ol, y s ,. X. Q :Mft-I, tu' . 0.5 . '5 A L I .-Jn,-1 . ' ' .. , .I ,x I I !'2', A L ' . c TH Ax ' 4 47 fl .gs R' f' l .4' 'A' N " ' . .V .9 .J A- 4 u .ll .T 3-lax 1 - V- -1 - a "Nil -u- , 1: ' 1 - .el 4 Q . ' '4 , Q ..- uh - . ,Vg 'ful ' - - .Yv '- , flfx- I I, 1 7: . -"" v " .'l - .. , U' .. ' X4 K'-. I P . I 3 0, - - -9' 4 ,hu ' , Q mini ' xx K A N Q Q Y H1 .il i , A 'K 51. .. is l .rg -- . 3 'A 13,-g Ax ESQ, .3 .P . 3 Q ' A . as 9' 'N X x wif Vs 'tx ' - Yr' I i s VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. fs ' x x R 161 lf 25' Q ff , l .. Q ff? M X l ' 3 IQ, S is . f '1 .11 fl V ' 1 Q! ix .fx N ji : X 'V x Wx , X .L Vvqx :w,l, A A 5 f, , any f K2 Q f A Q -Mao w fix 1 " 'Spf gf A'., iff, 1 j Q ' , ' ' X g E f f, q Ev rs 1 X -' M ' Nw ' .' if X Hx 'Jfi ,Q 11: Q .1 --9 Hx 7 .- fs A 14 : 3 ' ' ai , X4 ,Q 4 .J JIS' . Af an 69Kfan'5X'A :fag 105 f- E. xl NSE . , , A gk Q V 4'-tj . v ,AL 3 Qjfwf , -'Q V H. ,551 ff im 1 N fm Q N a ' -'PVJXL If - 1 Jw 'X. ,fuer A20 ' 'VL' lp Q VXI U -E l " ' SLE'-5' . S .. - 'X' Ig 'liiafgx 1 'ig J S A .F-FQDQ5 2319, "3 . if ,Xr5xxg, mr X lJ'4Smk A i 5 - V5 X R316 ,gr "4 'P J 647' , lf:"l 1 War. xii .2 ZZ' KU' jf. 45 fix. :?t'Q.3'.'. ,f- t ' :ffl A m lx. ,Y A L, .Tb xiii. -mi wit. lg? lla ln lwix HK F ti' W ia L FI YM ff lil l if rs! fn vi-'42 li- f" Q, -. N, fcfwj vfffi iv AAR Vfffll 5 A' F 9' X 7 LJ Nl ily A if' . ,ig t 17x12 ll l Rf ff ' K9 x ,-fw.,X . 1 fly Alf' Qlfsp ,Mfi,jiLL:',j 7, X3 1. ff? K l ' ' .,f . 'ff ji. Xlfz Sb x V n All qf' if ' si M VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907, ,.,1f---1 5 V li J i tw: 2 it ' A ' CHARLES VVAYNIC AISBUTT. LL.l3., KIPFA. CDNE, 511111 1411, Te.u1.v. Arrow-Heldg German Club. "He had kind words for all." FR IQIJICRICK TAYLOR ARNI DLIJ, fmzlzfzm, 1e.riz.v. "A civil habit oft covers a good inzmf' NORMAN ATKINSON, LL.1s., EAE, I10ZlXf0Il, Tw.x'a.v. Athenmum-Classy Foot-Ball Team, 'o5-'o6. qua ntly silent." vICJSliI'H -imnis Ax'15R1'1'TIi, Luis.. flzzxlzdz, Twxfzx. l. I. A. Meet, 'ozj Athletic Councill Senior Cldss Orator. "Who slid Politics? I knew A'li'l,1Il " 105 . NW ,f 4, . x Member Class Championship Footlhtll Team, 'ogg There is axgilt beyond the reach of mt, of being elo- Ii. S. University of Texas, 'ogg Athengeuing Presi- flCl1l of Urutoricul Assoeiutlong 'Varsity Truck Team S A- K -,. l 1 l ,Wi .J I, ' bx i i .ff , Q. il 5 4 14 K' Qi .4 C .Eg ffl -ai 1 W. 2 1 -1 i f I- iw if fm i 1, 1 I JW. I x i . get if HV. ff. .J , K A l i Jla elf 1 015 , l 4- .'. il all ll , A ,I , . " . ff , ,- 5 l 'Q tl fl l l l 1 ,sv pa ,LK 0 .. ,K X gli ' 'Q' JZ 1 iii. .. milf, ref 1 iv Q 'B 5 ,l lfxx. ,I xg 'iv ff W Q , le 'n W. fl if -Q .X ,Q W 151 YW . 79 qmmmwwkmwmmw fx .1 'nf X ff X if be is 414' N ,-W Q VQL. 14, CACTUS. 1907. ,K , y M-W - , - keg J. Ross 1sA1LI2Y, LI..1a., A 34 l-1'11111zlu,T1'.r11.v. 32+ President Senior Class, Full Terni, 'o6g Secretary and 'llI'C21Slll'L'l' Middle Law Classg R. Gould Law Socielyg P. 15. c. "Behold El 1112111 ol' promise." ill fi 1" gl X -1oHN TURNIQR 11AN14s, 1.1..1s.. Klzivilzmf, Y'l'.x'f1.s: ., V 'll i R. S. Gould Law Society. Nl . ., lily? "Far from the ,guy cities and the ways of men." ,Q .B 7 1 1, 1 .mg Q3 flip . . . X bl XVILBUR CARLOC BILILSLILY, LL.B., , is Ipllllllllld, Uklfllmnzlz. 1 1,3 Viceellresident R. S. Gould Law Societyl Secretary l .MQ and Treasurer Senior Class. 'i "A speech is great, but silence is greater." ,N 2 lif fl -' 33: , HOLLAND IZDVVARIDS BISLL, LLB., l .V 1 iw . .12 flzzslzzz, YSKYIIS. "1 . . . ,ll Presideiit l'resl1111a11 Class, 1807--18931 l'1Il2ll Urutor .19 I ' K Nb :XtllQllZ'QLlll1, 18991 President AlllCllLPllIll 3 NILIIIZIQCI' "LoeOp., ' A 1891,-IQOIQ President Oratorical Association, Law Libra- l 1121113 lllL'Il1lJCI',l1l0. C. Townes Law Society, Vice-l'reside11t ,ixihjj 5QI11OY I.:1wLle1ss1 A. li., UIQ Lgmqliqlgite KI, A., nj, Kb . "l11 records that defy the leelli of time." 1 1 All 1 -. 107 -1 . i ' Pg , it f . '1 rw' 3 1 1 - .. .1 -fr if we xv X J M I.2 !,,N .. X Rst?-f-JXQ ., 355' ,X J2?JJ,,,,2Qy L55 Jinx 41 wail? G4 E542 4-5 " il QM? fifll . , , 2955 + A my It ff? if Q f 111 1 12 Xi A il Q1 ,W . C31 J l V 1 44 5 in f'.D17e9 e ,y li, ,X g . x x F ? I9 i .ffl 4 fill 2 if . f . f-' ,yell Wi, IJ fNZ"kN,l 'A' if 1 S 1 , X I X by 171 ,lim if El? 4 . fx Q as , 'il 'N n aff' Will 'ly ,gl 11 N -,N V, , ,X 3 iq sy if il C9352 H'-ll y ,:2' PQ. J. , wtf, fi Ltj XXJA 'v Q' T R '? MJ - lvl X , fi, E .A if , - J sail fa A SN' fi X 1- if rf M , ,5 I J ,M ,lx m Vg-3 ' Sb r -,. X 'KV Ns N rfli 1 , , , v s ielli e .X tif J lv yi I 1 I7 1 v ks ffl? ef x m ff E 1. jg 6626 xx lx' ' 'Qfilx : if , X it 43 X-.X N rf, , , J- fi,- , L EYE' . if df? W x L 3, , l ' if: ei, mi? ot? 6 li I i f"72??a LAFZX ' f lm Wir- 4 Sw. ei Ti - flfswc AQ . " Q - Y J N Hflw qv! 'fif-es-XL IME LXXX "1 1 I Y F C 'X 1' xfqv. ,' "ls ' ". Lf? K7 rxrp Y xx, aff X 3 Hg, 1 ' X E i fi' , ,g I 4 : ll fx I I rf f 59 X2 MY 5x riff' rf' Mya . .3 1 voL. 14. cAcTus. 1907. Rf eeie s so ' o so fl 1-it '1'HonAs 1ao'rTs,L.1a., xqw, Z it Hljezzlzzzuz, Texas. if Winner Singles in Tennis, 'o5 3 Member Championship Class Baseeliall Team, 'o6g B3Hd,'O.1,,,O5,'O6:'O7Q R. S. 1 Gould Law Society, P. E. C. If U "He kept the even tenor of his way." . 'il 5, x 15 it , , ., , ll W ILLIAM BRIDGES BROWDBR LL.B., 5, Hz11zi.v1'z'IIr, Tcirlzrv. 1 53' 'J Rusk Literary Society, R. S. Gould Law Society: A li' Secretary and Treasurer junior, Middle, and Senior Law 1, 4 Classes: County Attorney, Walker County. 2112 1 E., 'rlt is the purpose that makes strong the vow." 'Q 'left ffl gl if Q, i3NocH GILBERT CALLOWAY, LLB., Em, If Cmzzfzzzclzv, Te.m.v. BA., 'o61 Rusty Cussg Students' Council, 'o2f'o3g .5 -f President Sophomore Class, 'og-'o,1r3 President Oratorical Association, 'o5g Vice-President Athenfeum, 'o4-'o51 J i. Champion Class l7ooteBall Team, 'og-'o4. l I 'x "I am nothingfif not political." J 8 1 "l lfORIiS'l' eAMPn13L1.,LL.B., F 5.4111 ,-la12'o11z'o, YQt'.Ytl.S'. . . . ,. , . if Substitute 'Varsity Ifoot-Hall learn, '06, Captain Q9 'J' Class Foot-Ball 'l'e.1n1, 'o6. Y "'l'hen waving high his torch, the signal made, i. lYhieh roused old Stroter from his ambuscadef' fgffyqf lil 8. IOS F , ' ,S 0 0' Il ig li ' K. , IX ' f '-5 In 'kwa-'T' he Cf' 'ill' 'Rims ILLTIZ 6, V ,177 K., 2. We . mul wills, 1 flgi 24, l efgiirg mf fi JDJ . N- Q,-J .yu i I K I . M. x O 1 J Q -fm fe I' fgtiif' T- ew' '1' -vw . la-, f ff ,I JL g an 9 X :W X is X X gk P A: - ' ' TSX, if VOL' 14. cAcTUs. 1907. H risk ff Ai I x Q, THoMAs DEVERIQU eoislas, JR., I.I..I5.,l5fIwl1, q .. AQ S1111 Azzimziio, Texas. Qi' R B.S and A.M., 18943 Secretary Middle Law Class, C. X Secretary and Treasurer German Club, '06-'o75 Assistant l Manager Foot-Ball Team, 'o6. in X 1 ' - t'Humility, that low sweet root from: which all heay- ' My ' X enly virtues shoot." 'Q WS . - X4 FX N5 .Q , - , 5 ig, EUGENE DE Booonx, LLB., xfp, lift H W1 facksomf1'llc, l'T1OI'l.tltl. 'I Q Rusty Cussg john C. Townes Law Societyg Rusk Literary Society. "Him for the studious shade kind Nature formed." f . Q . :Ry l Q1 FREDERICK MAHL DYER, LL.B., EN, L Iluzzstmz, Texas. 2 51 Rusk Literary Society, Glee Club, 'o5-'o6, 'o6-'oyg fx German Club. "I am a gentleman"-e"I 'll be sworn thou art." ilu 4 X: Al WILLIAM HOWARD FRANCIS, LL.B., Bwll, J ,, Denfmzi, Texas. Base-Ball Team, 'o4, 'o5, 'o6g Foot-Ball Team, 'o5, l m f X 'o6g Captain Base-Ball Team, 'o6g President Middle Law: Q5 Vice-President Middle Law, Athletic Council, 'oofoyg R. ,L S. Gould Law Society. "Sheba was never more covetous of wisdom and fair , 9 Virtue than this pure soul shall be." P: JN E ,Xl , loo ix Jia. 1 cl ,,. ji -1- i I . .Q 'fszg if T? :D .milrdw Q xii . J fp' Z Cz, 57? , Cs V 'x X ig.. .. L X.: X , x . Q , ? V w, 5 3 . x ll l Vx I , r ll .. I X , .Q W . 950 , Yr 'N , 6, . f Lip QP, wfl. VJ yg? ffiyu ff 'A' 'W X W 5'-7' 'Pj' 47234 ' AWN ,Eg . Tl I r --f 1' - A ,. mal . I, ,ill l il ft, l lift 1 I -4 , I 3 5 1 lt As 35 9 .y, .filly . if fi?-A ali' I1 W all tiff A tim M 'N . My :Zim ww' :fi Vw -' 1 ' 'if' 1 wwf W". tak" as vi 'if X 59 X X X 3,3 ' 6 " 554' X1 x If YQ, X ,- ii. -1 M KW 5 wily, GA' Qi. :J Xij gf irq 3 . ' GTD '- ri Wi 1 dll ilu Xi y V - 41 N I r i , 'gf .K bg: ', Q ll I gy 'Q Q 'N ,-fx .- N. fi? Wiz up iw fl fy, A 5 69 wil x f fgllrgb ll X , ll - 'A fif Qffffx X 9 Q5 52, . fl ll l F35 Q5 ll 'ig - ., ' J, I 1 , r X, . J I, 'X .I vw.: , . I I , '3 vol.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. 'F J :ii I4 : 4: I 'l'HfJMl'SUN THISUIJORE G.-XRRARD, -IR., LI, B., AX, . C50ffjvw', Tuxlzx. Rl Atlicnzvumg john C. Towncs Law Socicryg Foot-Ball Tcz1111,'o6. K "In cyury rank, or grcat or small, 'tis industry sup- :X ports us ull." 'V if ui 1 .3 'S gl M , 'rHoi1AS BRUCE GREENwoon, LL.B., rpm, if 1, yy Svgzzin, Tfiuzs. fi: john C. Towncs Law Socictyg German Clubg Tennis Clubg " 'Tis h:1rd to 'match' him." go 'lil .' fi' 'g J ' Q' MERCHANT LISVI HANKINS, LLB., ' ' , Dvnlmz, Ylpuzx. ,, j Secrctary Rusk Literary Societyg Glce Club, 'o5-'o6. ,. "I hold it true, XVl12ltL"Cl' bcfallf' A, Pl J 1-l x AE? a PAUL y12RNoN HARRISLL, L1,.1s., grill lfzvvrufzzunml, Y1'.m.v. G5 'JL lvlillk' Swwut ol' industry would dl'5'2111ClCllC,lJl1ll-OI' H the cud it works to." A 521 MV ' o . A 4' ff- ,, Ji ,atkxl ' f 'ni f-ii: '-J-"3 - ' Hjiciflllii 52 ,lyllfki will. Fifi W li i . 1 9' fQN.:'li N flfp fr K 4.51 ff ,M 1, VK rg V . JVJIQ ff' 1' YK: iff riff Q 4 ' A ' JV ff il ,ffsfmwg if Y' M X1 1 ' 1 1? IX I l K f- I v I.. N1 Q. If .1 " N fig , r"Tg5,2f 'jig 51 'Q .,,,ff ., VOL. 14. y-lf? X X 1 K 4 if 50 fl 19 IX at wi A X5 9 X! iX IX I 3 x I .1 X. lx, I 1? I 1 A X 1 2 9 K I is if 1 1 f , 15.5. ' f Hi 1. 15 'QA Q . fi, .gf Q -jeff 1 X 'Img' 2. K Q X 1 'RIS ,Qi V. :X : ,ff ' 1, XA ' El ly ' rim I I X 'tif' X Ax my I 04' CACTUS. 1907. IVILLIAM BYRON I-IARRICLL, I.I..li.,1I1I'.N.7 H111 111!1z','1'1t', 71111: 1. A.II., 'KLIQ G. C. I.: 'IOIIII C. Touiics I.11w Society. "'lIl1c forcc of his own 1I1L'l'Il iiiptkcs liif way " ROISIQRT HAYNIIQ, I,I..II. l?r1'11l1111z, T1'xf1.v. IIA., BLA., 'UIQ Iiclitor-i11RCl1ief C.XC'l4l'S, 'oolojg I11- tcrRSocit-ty Ilcbatiiig 'l'cu111, 'o53o6, 'oofojg Iutcr-State Ilcbixting Team Tulaiic, 'o53o6 'o6-'ojg XYi1111t-rof Prizc for Host Iiiclividull Ik-lmtcr, '06-,071 Atliciiznuui I,itcrz1ry Socictyg Robert S. Gould Law Socit-tyg Yict-RI'rt-siclcxit Senior Law Class: ICclito11i11RCl1icf, juuioi' Law Issue of YIUXIIIZ 3 Vice-Prcsidciit Robcrt Gould Law Socit-ty. "Tho same words imply 21 cliffcrciit uiczuiiiig. Two and two make four." HARRISON NIELY HICKBIAN, I.I..I3. IC1'.v1'1zg1S1'111', 7lt'.Yt1.Y. Ioliu C. Townes Law Socictyg Rusk I,itt-fury Society. "III filitli, hc is a w.11'tl1y Q.'L'IlIlCIllH1I.H ISURFORIJ KING ISAACS. I.I,.l3., KA, Ictlfktltllf, Tc'.1'11.s1. Goo-R003 Robert S. Gould Law Society: Gt-1'111a11 Clubg Arrow-Hcadg Secretary Miiicrzil SllI'X't'y, 'ogfoog Sccrctary to President, 'ogg Assistant Rcgistinir, 11534161 Soloi5t Glcc Club, 'o7g Cl1z1ir111t111 Floor Co111111ittt-t' I7i11z1l Iiull, 'o7. . "'l'l1c scu is silent, the sau is clisc1'cut." III 24? Q? iff? ffl DIN PQSX N 1 Jlxx X I nl- 1 -. ' n ' 1 .-. ffmigf 'f 'Q up 2 C55-. N1-'L:'I5l I ' ' J 1' 1' 'J J" X "' - ibn Rafi 3- fi-"9 x AN. If I -I It 1 11 I fr I1 Saw .1 Nfbl - 1 . f 1- gd? . If 1 4 Ja' 'X w.J"'g diff , 1-A IQ-GMA " X' - I ' J , x. Ki N ff I V , Q-3 Zi, MN If N B sv, fx W to -1 .15 I f i1l gm fu -21 . . If I 1 ' 1, .1 r "' If -1 1 7. , 4, Q' 1 1 .- ..V 1 1 'KJ 1 rf I - S I 'N-A 1? I Nl 1 ,Jil 19 , ,J 1 glib IJ if UWGNG lil 't ' :Nw ,- I 425.4 A .1 if ,gilllt N' sa ff' fulfifx "Ply c LET WSF- E sew - 357' r ,ff M5155 ,4-frilly fy 1 ,f we JQSB UQ! he 'W NP :B Y 425' 55 A1 ' 5:5 ' QJ4, ' x ff . VOL.14. cAcTus. 1907.' QS" ll 7 + -f 7 Y -' "-Y - '- - - 4 1 - - ff .7 .- as J w . nfl -IUHN Honiara joxiis, LL.B., You . K gif! Cs 1,m1t'.SI41r, Texas. fg- Rusty Cussg Rusk Literary Society, Vkforsham Con- . 3-2 test: Secretary and Treasurer Robert S. Gould Law Socie- ,,, , t Rfb ty, 'o6: Students' Council, 'o6,-'o7. l X 1 "Attempt the end, and never stand in doubt, Q V Nothing's so hard but search will find it outf, Q X l A N ik A, Z -1oHN MARVIN joNES, LL.B.. K? Valley lvl-Cilll, Texas. ' - va , . . . 'J x Ph.B., Southwestern University, President Athenmum 16521 Literary Society, Executive Committee Students' Asso- iy lil ciation, Secretary and Treasurer Class, 'o7g Prelimina- ,r 6 ry State Oratorical Contest, 'oyg John C. Townes Law XJ r- .a X55 Society. ,nfl , - 'I "There 's nothing ill can dwell in such a temple." t V .' ik I ' RoBER'r DELBERT -1oNEs, LLB., 1 W if lrtlllfflf l"y1.4"llll, Texas. Ph. B. Southwestern University, 'o51 Associate Edi- l L' 1- X tor CACTUS, 'o6-'o7 5 Winner of Ira H, Evans Prize in I ' Debate, 'o6e'o7g Inter-State Debating Team, Texas-Mis- l v souri, 'o6-'o7, President Athenaeum Literary Society, 'o7g WA ll T Critic Athenaeum, 'o6g Treasurer Oratorical Association, ,4 5 Q , if X, 'o63 President john C. Townes Law Society. I ig "He sits high in all the people's hearts." J s r L, AQ xl FJ fx ffl .4 N THOMAS CLARENCE KIZNDALL, LL.B., KE, Rzrlzizzfwzzrl, Tarrzx. l T ,S .'XfYONK'-HL'HdQJOl1I1 C. Townes Law Society, Rusk f .qfllklllllg Lite-rarySocietyg Captain Law Department Track Team, 'lg - S7 'ooi Track Team, 'o6-'o7, Southern and Southwestern ,lf 5, X Record Running High jump, VVinner Evans Oratory Q ,tl lx Prize, 'ooi Vtfinner XVilmot Declamation Prize, 'o63 Critic ' Rusk Literary Society, 'oog President Rusk Literary So- ' g Vff eiety, 'oyg InterfSociety Debating Team, '0'7QY Alternate Texasfllulane Debatingflleam, 'ojg President Senior Law gf ll if 5 Class, 'o7. Q "An able fellow, quiet and reserved." It j, T 'll lil ll2 jf Q pb , Q . u, - v '.- K . g . 4 ff- H tk .I , 42 fixwf- x ,',5.j-f K j -' .2 fw vil lxnll, flnigih, N alll? I eller T WMA at fall fat f are 1 J A . , . , f, , - . . ' Xa H2 Ja-A X 43,-ff' if ,MJT .1 ff . ,Isaak X fl! nd:- .. J' wx fl 1 l J fl .l l . l x .f Ji 4 2-L --E.: Y .T " E--J . 5 , ' ,". ' :L 'fi z 1 HR ' 'QQ x fiflf ' . 3? .1233 5 ig Qi, ,IQ f if Nr A I at HP 423 I .7 I, an -IQ VOL. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. KJ I ' I All ' f Xt. 5 JK ' -gn X MD, N V . ,li JOHN IRA KIERCHISYILLIS. I.L.l3., QIJFA, Q IJt"7.lI'lIl', Y'fpn1l'. Q Q Alternate Tulane Debating Team, '04-'ogg Alternate Tulane Debtiting Team, '05-R163 President Clrutorieal Association, 'o5-'o6g President Rusk Literary Seeletyfoo- QMXXISX l , Q ' 'o71 Tulane Debating Team, '06-'o7. '-if Iii "Trust not too much to that enchanting lace." Q ix l xy XF YA ff ' vs X' I A sf g 2 WILLIAM PHARMER LESLIE. I.I..B.. ff A NE 'fa 1 71 ff TQ 5 Qm1z111e1't't', le.m.v. ,fzgtmli l A 13.5. and AB., East Texas Normal College: john C. ll Townes Law Societyg University Law Librarian, 'o6-'o7. . ,, f lil' F' "Dare to be wise. Q ' Q' . 34 l WT , . 5 if l xxf ill If '7 X 4 4 lx? ilk it ? , I f A 5 JAMES VVILLIAM IAJYETT, LL.I3.. 0' Q 3' Pt1fU5l'l'll1', Tm'A'r1.s'. lf 'fi . Qi E t'He rambled, he rambled, lie rambled all around," CGI X . lv ' ll . J , at ,E ill :L .foils I T Jdtfvlkzflixx-,', '5 R lil fl A , . . . ,. , . . loom -1 DAX IIJ ILLBILRI MACIILIL. I,L.l3.. gpm 1 Qufzlzfzlz, Tiiuzx. in , . I , . . 'MA 1 john L. Townes Law Soeietyg :XlllCIllL'lllIl l,1lQl'lll'Y W or 4 Society. in 'fag in UQ. . iffiffi l i " 11s not ln mortals to emninuncl sueeessg but we 'll , ll do more, Sempronius-we 'll deserve lt." T47 ,s,l,l' X gg" ' li, A xi I, ll use I I "LV A l II' 55' fvlxl R A ?ffilfl4. ' . f. 4' Q if , -Af? ,- A wif I -Q if A-if A ' Xlfi ,rf f-"f af f- V' KU. W 'ff 1- ' 'A I IN T Yilli fe? I will N ffm will , ft . . , I , - f 4 i 4 'f , ' P ri ,i I q 4, D I fi f 5 5 if I if I I W X Way? . ff . if X if A xl A A a Z.Q'b-5' ef! wg -ff gag! J A" Nix i- 'li' FIN , A W My -,ff f fr, VOL.1+ ,. . W -774-1 l l x Q, , f Q' u 94 A A it V fr .f will ' n e NY . Nfll lf? fi , , it C Qke 'wi X 1 ,fr it if I 6. ,Willa I 4 ,ff .. , XX- ,lf . D . N, fill fy ' : Nl? ,4 . ,Rr 15504 sy L 3' A. 33 K ll H ggi! ll. A x ,-1 f 3, aff . we L. agp 4,5 fglslg V n wi . fe ln J 5' iff 2. erm' E .1? Cfi -:Fig-.g :F-LQ, ,Pg J Ma. -X ,451 lasrx .. , ' C i it X5 'rf - ' X xx,f n X.. Q I :X 1 M 'gf' X EQ, of i gafv x . CACTUS wixsrox nenanox. 1.1..1s.. KA. 1,1'z'1'l1g1.vlo11, fllzlmnzfi. AB. and AAI.. ivlllYL'l'SltY of Alibgnna, V041 Rusk Lit- erary Soeietyl Robert S.fiOl1lClLf1XVSOClCtf'Q Utility Man llasuligill Tezun. 'o51 First Base 'Varsity Teain. 'o61 Cap- tainCliampionship Clxiss Foot-15,111 Tenn, 'o43 Foot-Ball Squad. 'ogg fQ'L1.1I'iL'l"BHCli 'Yarsityx 'o61 C.xC'1'L's Repre- sentative Senior Law Class, 'o7. "Good sense, whieh only is the gift of Heiven. Anil though no sein-nee, fairly worth the seven." KENNITH CHESTER MILLER. LL.B.. I'It'l1t1l'l'.V07Z, Tt',1'i1.V. B. S.. 'o53 Robert Gould Law Soeietyg P. E. C.g GoowRoog Bandg Glee Clubg President Class-lnnior Yearg 'Yieewl'resiclent Law Departmentg Miniger Jllflflllflhllf, '06- 'o7g M. M, NI. "Will 'Varsity remain when he is gone. ?" LUTHER NICKELS, LLB.. .llozmf Clzlnz, Tvxzis. v Il..-X., 416. "Cl1.1rueter and ein-rlfv overcame all odds." CH.'XRLlfS FRANCIS CVIJONNIZLL. LL.H., Ilzxnzfl .',1x11'l'1'v, T4'.m.v. Students' Council. 'oo-'ojg Treasurer Rusk Literary Smit-tv. 'o7g Sgeret 1'y,S:nior Law Classy john C. Townes Lziw Society. "'l'l1e min wot Vi whil: is the man who can Smile when ex eryllifng goes wionjf." 114 I ' A 'Aix 3 I ,Q ,wi .3 4- , , Q- flaw' 91 . M in-0 ' 29 .VW . fs! -lv isfrx ifjx 1907. Q A l L. V -J 1 cl 'V x .cf ' I . ff ' -1l, f l f' lf ffm: ll : .' .1 I U l, it fi, 'i l' rl " E I V Al , l fl .1 1. x fi 45 f . d is ff. ,n 2 1 2355 1.-3. - l ll l fi ll 4 1 '42 da? rf 'vf A Q tk A 'O 9-233 "3 " lm N?".:"z:-- 3.u-if 'z K -'X ' U: A -Xxx 'Xxx , 5 ,fs I? lg',Y1lXK,XX X Ee tt M31 is -SMX? VOL' 14. CACTUS. 1907. JAMES VISNOR PATTIQRSUN, I,I..l3., I7ciw1f1l1', Ylllelrll-s. P. Ii. C., Robert S. Gould Luw Society, President Iirackenridge Executive Committee, 'oofojg President Middle Lz1wClass, 'o5. 'tlior the simple reusone I don't Illlllli lie could recover." ADRIAN POOL, I.L.I3., Cuzzzvmiz, Tf'.i'f1.v. "The best laid schemes o' mice and men gang lull 21-glCY. ' ' ALEX POPE, LL.B., QDAQ, wNE, .vl1tIl'.Y1I'IH, 7lt'.l'.'l-V. Goo-Roo, Texas Law Club, R. S. Gould Law Soeietyg Atlienzeuing M. M. M., I5flItOl'-IIIYClllCf!7lt'.X'Ill, 'ogfg Asso- eiilte Editor CAC'rL's, 'o5: VVinner Gregory .intl B itts Prize Ileblte, 'O51 VVinner Skinner Prize I5eb1te,'o6g Texusf Missouri InterfCollegi1te Debiting Te un, 'o5 and M65 Students' Council, 'o5-'o6g VicefPresident Senior Law Cllss, 'o6g President Senior Law Cleiss, '07, "Fit words attended on his weighty sense, And mild persuision llowed in eloquence " XVALTICR SCOTT PUPIC. I.I..I3., ATA, ,Slulfz xlllllrl, Trrzx. I3.S. I,'11iveisity of Texas, 'o53 President Rusk Liters my Society, 'ogg Robert S. Gould Luw Society, President I'niVersity Young NIL-n's Cliristiun Association, 'o63o7. "I 'll C1I'I'y tli it insssigg to fi,ll'Cl.1lH Ili ' 4-FSS? 'Q fshf' if J .'-J SP' ,Kira J! bf' f- I i J' N55 5 xx lf' X I AQ? F 1 ff, li , b EE ,X by f-E223 cgi' ' Elgin!" ' 47lf'LX IQ I ,M fi .x X: fm 1 ,U jf il if is , +I Pt 'I F aww I is ,, 6 'xi if e, X, X, N r V . A Q Q A I Rf , ft, I QM ' .Q 'X Kai 'N I l , x If 'Q J Y 4 I 2 W it If - N.. I J, 3. ij ,i il P' I -4 fgffl If ,Af 'Xi ff X Sl, il I. Q9 Q1 Cx f fl Eff le ,A izfidfjf 4 yx r X ii" xv' Q7 gf , fl f-f"f'P ii. .. iii., QQ! CQUQI :Eff - 1 r n. ' x r .i T "E ,EAS Y,u :rzE- 4 Y i g tk? ,lg J 'P R ik 'f Qi ' .M X is Y if X :J ' Uv 4114, A X 152 , -fl X, ff VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. e R ffl? Q l QI' P fu :Qi Ati ,,fl.Sll'iJ5 :ffl ,ff lf 1112 d m Q, MORRIS RECTOR, LL.IS., Nj Q W I?l1.S'fl'Uf7, Tt'.u1.v. is HS, 'o5g Capitol Club. l 15' t , "I remember him Qwell, and I remember him worthy l 13 " ol' thy praise." vig f V25 l gfgilflixlxiy I , Nl. W Q . . 'XQ5 ROBERT HENRY RICE, LL.B., EQ K, . CfVllll11jf1'I'1l!l, Tcxtzs. ul 9 his President Robert S. Gould Law Society? Rusk Literary fx l Society. X9 "Lofty towers fall with the greatest crash." fbi' 1 f . an J' Flin .t fl .. '54 1, if h R, 9 lf' l .y,,"'Wq HARVEY M. RICHEY, LL.B., BAE, pai R2 lVam Tvxtzs. d I3.L., Baylor University, 'o2g Vice-President German Club, 'o6g Goo-Roog Arrow-Head Clubg Robert S. Gould ajft yljflm Law Soeietyg Base-Ball, 'o6. I l ' " Y" fl 'f fly V "Smooth, affable-a maker of friends." I 1. as C5 ' A W ffllil QQ ' lggfw.. X. 2 'flag 1 swiwi Hilltlifgtg i1oi11cR RUWIQ, i.I..1a.'2x,oN1s, af ,1741H1f11'l, 7it'.Y4I.V. gif .-Xrroxx-Headg YieeaI'resident German Club. R Jfinkfsjx 'His hair is of a good colors--an excellent color." ff, - l I' t fl,.g TI' 5 - rf lf EH. W ,f AD 'N 1 no V f X ' . . fv ,, is 2 , 1 X' - .. 4 We . .gf s ,,.-. FS? E51 Q ,, Q. ,ufwfxy-'flqfp' 'lg ,Jfijif fy af Egfr, wgff ' 'IQE . asia RR eil wt. - raft ffl :J R .QJJX - im? X 2 .ha 'xt V4 ' ,J lf. Lv'fNlQ if N' J I -t'4 R l 4 n X x ,I 'Eff X :QL I-liaqp .EEF 01 1 " qw-522: '-E -z.m?L:i:"z:-- .' 3-Eff 'Z' E F101 l mg 1G'2,i4iQs llfgxiky tv 1. Wt. E 9' X 'iv' X :S X 125' K A: A lv 422' X 'lll VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907- E' HIQRMAN HENRY sAGEB11i1.,1.L.1a., ' .-lzfsfizz, TC.m.v. Graduate Duluth College, 'oo. "A man of good rcputc, carriage, lDC21TlIlg,2ll1ClQS'Ll- mation." X GUSTAV ADOLPH SCHAIQF, LL.B., AX, in Tomzzfo, cillllllllll B.A., Osgood Hall, Canada: Studcntsat-Law, Osgood l Hall, Toronto, 'o4-'o6g John C. Townes Law Society. E1 "Timo waits for no man-then let us on to the badger light." 'lf JOHN L. SHEPPARD, LLB. KA., X ' TL'.Vl1I'kC17lU, Tvxfzs. Qlx "Love is not to bc rQason'd down, or lost in high ,l I ambition." aw . l jr in I l 'C .-XNDREVV RAYMOND SMITH, LL.B 7 flll.VfI'll, Tc.x'11.v. Tu Pitcher Championship, junior Base-Bull '1lC8.II1,,O6Q Full-Back Senior Foot-Ball Tcamg "275" Club. 3 . My "The 'Smithf 11 mighty man is hc." sf lq ri 117 X P 5 ' . -y. T .QQ lfQ'6f'lf5D' ffll? 4- ' Q W5 'f t X-A , ,N 'X' 3 , - y ,1 li N .Q ln tl P A . 9 .. XHA' f J, ' .' WW 0h'l . vi 4'fQ . .silk K . G Mad X6 Elf L76 I Sy ALJ' XXX- . .Qi .fl 530' my WZ ffl . J" T ii X .915 IV it ft ,.l YN- 4 5 i i 5 . J My 5135. 4 'll , K5 l. Q 4 -. X Elm, W xl f . ii L i if J wa W ff K T xl X if 'Q X 1 . .A V MXN if C". f'-2 f' V1 ,I . .J l 'ov ,KX .4 , .- 13 .Wills W, A xxx S XX vc-'A c, I' wil 'iff 015 f E .A - 3 ffl -1 JL- if ' HN will V5.5 .Al lf" fl 11, WMX 3, ., 'lfl 7 f X lllxllix x 'A 7 1-X5 N lil .VX- 1! W foie gfilfrk ff!!-l.: -L l, fd? 5. 'flgglhfir H? H J wif-J 54x-55, R? E is JEAN 'MN le? ll f A A feb ' 'i it 'J - 'ij ' A iw flfs W, 1,5 .X 'A UAE, .' X i f X 3, WSX: ff - ml: fl xl : If ' 'xx Z-Cl tw.. Q '07 X 59 as ff NY' X af is 1 043 X fl ' .1 VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. .fftiw or o o or r ' A , ny 'Lv' rf j A ,AQ A A FREIJIQRICK MORRIS STEVENS, Llali., A f-I'fPc'1tfV1', TC,t't1.H' qv fs , . - . No. 1 ot the t'275" Club, Secretary Senior Law Class, Xfffl-" L Vice-President University Bailey Club. 4,1 M w ,, . . "When liberty is gone, life grows insipid, and has lost its relish. I stand for Democracy." rgfiizlit ,If ir Xa fs C5 OTTU TAUB, LL.I3., A fix Ho11.v1'o11, Te.ra.v. President Law Department, 'o6-'07, President Rob- ' 5 'iw ert S. Gould Law Society, 'o6g Secretary and Treasurer - Students' :lxSSOCl2:lllOI1,'O6-'O71 Vice-President Class, 'o4- " Q 'og 3 Secretary and Treasurer Class, '05-'06, Rusk Literary ,. 1' N Q - ' ' it Society. .rv gill' "The elements were so mixed in him ,L f. 0 T That Nature might stand up and fffv Q Say to all the world, 'This is a man I' " 'lim Taub Taub Taub Taub Taub Taub li ' -9 ef 0 , rs' lt, BRUCE VVALTON TEAGARTEN, LL.B., GJAGD, A54 if .Sun .Al11fmz1'o, Y't'.X't1.Y. , X u Robert S. Gould Law Society, Secretary Senior Law 59 Class M, X . , , . gf "I swear he is true-hearted, and a soul none better in 1, X, my kingdom." L 5' 4 .fy ' FT N : 4? , X f' S13 THOMAS LAYFISTTIQ TIPTON. LL.B.. fl Af?-NP 7iI'0llf7t', Yit'.Yt1.V. 'QETFAAQ iff P. Ii. C.g President Class in Junior Year: Robert f X Gould Law Society.: Associate justice Supreme Courtg Q15 judge O. B. B. Courtg T. A. A. Track Team: T. A. A. 3 Champion Class Foot-Ball Teamg P. Ii. C. Champion Base- , Ball Team g Academic 'oz-'o3, 'og-'o4. 9 Q ., .1 D Q "Eg tl See! Cut it out 3" sr' ,A ff' A 1 18 A , X If , I gli! will ' g ', 'P A 1 avi Cal ffqgfl 'Q lvtg- ' I 3 1 A I Q: XXL? A Q 'tt YQ 1 J xx lp I 'fsfsivx Ali 'Y l Nh ' by 1 f w 1 L my r N "V f xflf H' w, 5, X A XXX H , ZA, txt 1 , 1 4,Q gf Q xg! gps X wif My 1.76,-J' K' IS! II , gxgjmwg Iliff' X MJ ,, 5 A 5 Q'N'Q4' -1-2 'N Y '9 " 1. - ,-s f ' ,'. ' 'L "' .1 QJZEQ' '45 T-5'd..' " A :"t"ri'i 1 ' ,UT X kg 1 i A: X 1523? N .- 1 K rv W bk wxxxwfi X .7 f ' of ff -5 2, T Q , nl J . - f - ,g ' i ' T' -4 f 'f T ,4 , T, X ix? 'iff X? 59 Xia my X xx ag fri , 94" fp N, I Ng an , QQ VOL' 14, cAcTus. 1907. v 3 i -N , , ,fn ,- as - 09 . ll ' .X ' LSSXZ xx ' KX' XJ a J sg- Sx xx fqfr 23: , . li T' Xe Roiaisiz 1' WALLACI: 'i'o1nN, LI..I3,, wo, , 5' . ,, Af N ' .'lu.vI1i1, lt'.ri1,v. 4 -I gin Secretary Middle Law Classg Treasurer Senior Law X Class. ikfdt A QB Wliwtyd X W 'll would make reason my guide." 425 5, ,, il pf - X, N X M l jtblil. FRANKLIN WATSUN, LI..l3. KA, 5 Ali. l'm'11mz, Illziizozfv. ff ii 1 Q will X2 Altltltlilllt'liOLl1'fl,'03-'04, C.xe'1'Usl5oa1'cl, 'o3fo4g Vvllle rf H, 521 ner Tennis Cliampionship in Doubles, 'o3fo4, 'og-'oog X ig lfditor-ineCliief .lli1gi1:1'1zc, 'o4-'o5g President Tennis As- '.r"lia.,? ii sociation, 'o4-'o5, 'o5,'o65 Elected lfditor-inrCl1ief CACT- 1 ii Vs, 'o5-'o6, Second Baseeliall Team, 'o5-'oog Robert S. Fair A wx I Gould Law Society, lllanager Tennis Association, 'tJ64'U7Q , N Iiditorein-Chief Texmi, 'o7g Student Assistant in History, gm xi A 'o6fo7 3 ArrowaHead. ' if lil, "A student, an affable and courteous gentleman." fb S xkf i EMMETT LEE VVILKIQRSUN, Ll,.I3., KA, ff' 'P if Illini, 7'r.i.r,i-. f ,li X l. Rusk Literary Society, Robert Gould Law Society, r tl TX President Soplimore Class, R145 Secretary junior Law F Ni i Class, 'o5g Executive Committee Students' Council 'o5- dl lx ? ,gy 'o61 Class FooteBall Team, '02-,031 Championslnp lfoota ' Xia, i-. X Ball Team, 'oarg Gymnasium Team, 'og-'o7g VVinner Curtis if ' 'f Cup, 'o4g QuartereBack 'Varsity Team, 'ogg Assistant r i AN XX in Gymnasium, V05-'U71 CACTUS Representative Senior " 3 Law Class, 'o7. b ,E . "The warmth of genial courtesy." 1 'C i ' ' ffl' 4, f , i I t MQ 7 fi! Q19 ,. 3. -IOHN 3IcGRliW WILSUN, I,I,.I2, EN, 'Jews-'ix , . . H , ,C X , Hivmfoiz, le.xv1.v. if A Nom' 5 We , e' li' . . , 3 . ,ii President junior Law Class. A .ig K R ilk, "His works were simple, his soul Sincere." V 'f Qlbsif' .sb wb K2 5 l in i ilhxli . 119 Jffiw il 1 A 'I ' D - 1" 441535 -. "5 ITW' ,Q ,ffeffl t A A -N V y I ,'5:' ? , A N 0: xiii, 1. .elm sf isis We rt Ei ff"iiir air A .9 ,. , ,A f ,,.' 1 " Q ' P jwii- ' . , .if ,f,wx ' . is 'ik' Q . Liam! X Qi 'I 5,7615-J ' Ag i ,X XX X :l l A I' ' jx- 4 In ' '5 ' 1 7 29713 5- Q pls! ,Pg ? lx, ', X r J, Iw i! 'K ,J pi vol.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907: P' 1 If Q, N.. We If YQ, Q .L XG, ig Eg, s , x x 5 ...JM 1 YS? lp! UVB . x . X 4' 4 A. Y i l Y Y . IG w .f Xb, Li 1 I 17 f .,u x vi l .. . Ki Q A. X ,fflb is u V. to, fig? 'J x ffl All Lf y X3 L. .BW ar' xfqiri li X rf Nil X P6-fy. C f lx N Jr, - :iv lr. l Fflfiitf F1 .J 3 , lr fl' ffl 'IN lf Ft. A rl Yi 1:52 X President, . . Vice-President, . Secretary and Treasurer, Sergeants-ateArms, President, . . ViceaPresident, . Secretary and Treasurer, Middle Laws. OFFICERS? Full Term. IVI.lZ1't'l' Term . J. J. D. COBB. . A. L. INIEADOWS. . . J. R. BELL. . JIM HARLEY, F. H. SWEET. . R. GUY CATER. . . J. B. YORK. . . J. R. WEBB. W I Y if J 4 5 L efi l r i . I 1 l Sergeants-at-Arms, F. H. SWEET, J. A. WEST. I df-1 Sprilzg Term. 'fbi President, . . . . . . . J. E. V1cKERs. ' Vice-President, . . CHAS. CLEMENTS. f' I Secretary and Treasurer, . . . E. R. HOWELL. 1113 Sergeants-at-Arms, . . . R. GUY CATER, J. J. D. COBB. Kb MIDDLE LAW CLASS. fl 1 Adams, Grover C. Graves, Ireland. O'Connor, J. Robert. Agerton, B. L. Green, M. Oldham, De Marcus, Jr. gl Aiken, Eddie A. Harley, James A. Rowe, Elbert S. Y' 'A Bell, James R. Heartsill, Isaac N. Rowland, John M. fi Bottorff, Fred M. Heath, Aquila C. Russell, John K. .J Braley, C. Howell, Earle R. Ryburn, Francis M. 1 , Brown, Henry E. Johnson, Wendell. Schenker, Henry R. Burkhart, Harry. Jones, Henry W. Shands, H. A. I N Cappel, Samuel C., Jr. Jones, James G. Short, Hoya B., Jr. ' X5 Carter, John M. Key, Vladimir O. Smith, Ralph R. , Carswell, R. King, Alwyn P. Smoot, George A. Cater, Richard G. Klett, Emil L. Stephenson, Homer. , Clark, Toy T. Korff, Walter C. Stricklad, J. J. L ' Clements, Charles. McClure, H. C. Stone, Albert. "' ii Cobb, John J. D. McDowell, G. M., Jr. Stone, Hugh L. f Coldwell, Ballard. McGuire, G. B. Sweet, Frank H. fl Cox, J. Mallory, James A. Tandy, Lewis H. J Darroch, John C. Marshall, John B. Terrell, W. E. fi - Davidson, Wilbur S. Martin, Isaiah L. Thompson, Robert L. 'Vi Davis, Hardie L. Meador, Bedford F. Townes, John C., Jr. - Dinsmore, John P. Meadows, Arthur L. Vickers, John E. J Duff, Clinton, T. Menefee, Thomas W. Walker, Newman C. Q! ' Duncan, Horace. Moore, Robert H. Waller, E. Duncan, Jack G. Morris, John W. ' Webb, Guy L. ' Duncan, William F. Morrow, John T. Webb, James R. Fahey, Patrick N. Mullica, Clark M. West, Joseph A. Fuchs, John R. Murphy, Charles A. White, Fleet T. Z' ' Garnett, VV. IJ. Murray, James R. Williams, Frank R. K ,fi Goodwin, Jake Newton, Ollin I. York, John B. " Newton, Wallace H. K' 12o f ' e .i . I .Q . , I Q 2 4 - K 551 I ' Y I 1 . - 5 . Q X59 , Y illIN,l 1 if X . I P I, I' if A Q , I I , ll Jvrtfi, , gf Jai' Y I V' , l lgjmilg Q lf ..f,K I' y Of' "-'Kf J J l X' f X TN Y- vw AW vw . mf - A ,Q , fv M YV x , . M w 511, Z?" xg KF! ! If 'xi ffl. 'iyxfg rk ' VNV. Wffu, 'f ff QIJQ ' :X ' 5 'mf' X 59 X-' as W' QNX. W' mf wa- pf ' Q an 1 . A 1 P W J, I a 1 1 E -4 VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1Q07, mf -ffm ' f L . X. IH ,gp 7 GF, 522. s i N31 P LQ 5, . 'rf 0 Z EM an N 4 pk O 2: " av 2 .W , N m ff? 'E 5 2 . H in NM if fg 'HL 5 5 fbi N - 'Em Ill! , gg T 29 75? E . M2 xxx O .ig I .: v ' 3 :fi wg L X I od is : E :- U LQ 3 . im ., L- N X 3 2 ' Q 5.3! T-JP MN M Q2 '55 EE ffm EZ -fl f L: gb In X K fig, rms' a 121 I5-' 2 -X - I 'N fi, -. ' ' .-. Atggf A J? Q' , ,jbb :Y , ,SU W f 1 M fp if fy, ,mf 'l A"d? ' 41 ' ' AW' N 42:-54263 My ' K V Sf Zfx' ,AJ gfffx ,ff - M jf E? K , QXXM: 42 lr, . I1 iw, ig!! K0 5 w f .5 it XY' 4 ,F cw J. 5 -fix ,im 2 1-,Q E, EX F f' ff JMPVQQ if Xxx I ,IJ yx Kai Y if N x 53" ,gl 'J No '- W Ni , 5, Kr 5 -6 J-ij 'V Xisgh' ,gg - .1 my v. Pig? 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L -4 8 , 4 fr 'v fQaLYXx f gf 0 :- 5 F Z3 E af X: 122 , r ' 1-dl '. jg fo' wig-,P 'Q 1 1, ' ,, fi? WLRQQ ,IFJ V i I' My Q 46 ai? xii wi' " 1 ll .4 Y r X w ef t aff .v 5559 '?3'C5f? NAY25 "5-J Q1 'fmr' g FASH' ' 'Z' N 70' fb, WX NM YS J 43 ' M ' Y K ' X "6f 1, 1 6,3 L: Agp .5 1 ffggx fx Atv Q .N : .NV '-X .7 QM I 'vt U -aa, 51 VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. fig M - W' H X2 . ,N ff X.: X's,1. ffm FU O -7- CIE! X Y 6, Q -L v EJ WKJM X - ffjfxxi Y 41 pl N fc 'J ,. Q N Xi TX W , U 'A Q 'W' w , L. -' xg A 2 WK K. Q ww 4' 1' 2 O M ' , m A Q ,MMG ajax gf flxx 1 E , CL Na 4 Q N' J .:i'3 ,1 :X S tant A N 13 g o .E o U1 f' 7 x , ', A ' . 1 : ' X O X P E 'Q 3 an F 41 A J "' , KX : X V E 3 5 o 2 5 Q' j E E x . 4 1 U 7: X W X Q ,I rl yxx :S J V O I, , V, x bbw Il . .. rf ' ' A29 Y, . N A- so g. fb, f David Kin Q if s 3 X '59 3 f rw H- ' 8 .x 1 71118: Y 5 ku 9 wif 'xi ' O 'J . Y L 5, E51 Q Q41 H il IYYYM 7 A 71 JL, pang? 4191 fu' 1 H aff Q, . gf E 4 , N A is ,- -, --2 Qgyf- 5' ,Ur 33 X 'M Q ., j :Drk 'AZ-53 ,Q l A gil, f. X W N f f f fp 4' wtf! ,ff ffwgy ,UWM "W 3 ff ' W' 'X M"2fr X ff "' 'sfmx' iffy 42? ' ws. f"'.E9f L-iz? YW . iff- T, gap. I T775 :X .QW XP 'W X -ff? sl if 5s A2 ' 154' 0 A i X vos.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. 'S' l lf , - X . Z Class Officers of the jumor Law Class ., . , 'N zjx, -A 'V :J Fall Term. . Q H. L. YATES, . . . President. A. C.'WooD, . . . Secretary. Q A L., R. TUMLINSUN, . VieefPresident. L. W. PARRISH, . . Sergeant-at-Arms. . ,lil V lV1'1zz'er Tvrnz. , I l 9 VY LESLIE MAXEY, . President. H. L. ADKINS, . . Secretary. fl i 'G jEssE GARRETT, . Vice-President. H. L. YATES, . Sergeant-at-Arms. '4 r X Spring Term. L fi Bon H4bI.l.IDrXX', . President. DOUGLAS CATER, . Secretary. 1 , M F. M. BR.xNsFoRD, . Vice-President. LESLIE MAXEY, . Sergeant-at-Arms. ,nf ' x Q nl ,ll A CACTUS REPRESENTATIVES. HISTORIAN. fy axes, C1..xt'D Y. HALL. BRUCELL BRYANT. HARBERT-DAvENPoRT. MQ . ff? ll JUN1oR LAWS. ,. F X 1 l :XJ Adkins, Henry L. Dillingham, B. L. Lantz, john A. Sewell, William H. ' ' . h Alexander, j. P. Arnold, Thomas j. Eidson, joe H. Fielder, Henry W. Long, Philip P. Mackey, john. Slaughter, R. L. Stayton, Robert W. M Ball, T. j. Ford, joseph W. Martin, Samuel L. Stephenson, Robert E 'Q , Ballowe, Leigh M. Fryer, William N. Matthews, john j. Stevens, Elmer A. .If X9 Black, Charles M. Garrett, jesse. Maxey, Leslie. Stevenson, Charles R F9 Blalock, W. Clarke. Greer, Earl M. McCutcheon, William C. Stimson, Homer. Bennefield, john B. Grisham, Thomas F. McKea, Alonzo T. Stockard, W. 0 Boone, Thomas R. Hadden, Will A. Miles, Bradford W'. Stone, Irvin R. gs 'L Bouldin, Ben. Hall, Claude V. Milroy, Earle R. Storey, Cecil. A47 Bransford, Felix M Hamilton, William B. Moore, Eul. Stocks, F. L. ,A ' ., X Brooks, james T. Harold, Michael. Moreland, S. N. St. C. Strawn, james A. . Browne, Roland D. Harrell, Morris B. Mullica, Clark M. Thornton, Walter L Bryant, Bruce W. Harp, D. Leon. Muse, james C. Thompson, Thomas W KA, tm Caldwell, Walter D Harty, Charles L. Neeley, William E. Tittle, Walter L. Q' Rx Campbell, Roy F. Haynes, Paul L. Norrell, George W., jr. Tomlinson, Russell E IH! xx, Casey, Liston A. Hill, jared P. Norwood, Henry O. Townsend, Robert F L li Cater, Douglas j. Holliday, Bob. Norwood, james H. Treaccar, Charles j. 2? Cook, W. L. Hoover, Dan P. O'Bannion, Madison M. Warlick, 0. T. gf 7 ll N IQ ix L '-1 X flj7'l,f 5. Cosby, Rodman S. Cousins, William R. Cozby, Rexford S. Crain, Newton M. Crawford, H. D. Crawford, joe A. Crawford, Richard. Cruse, Torn L. llaniel, jerome W. llarst, Harris P. Hopkins, Sharrard D. Hosey, George E. Humphrey, Irving L. Hueville, Leon C. jeffrey, Paul W. john, Alfred S. johnson, A. S. johnson, Elmo. johnson, Roy. jones, Woley P. Parish, Lucian W. Parish, Walter A. Weeks, William F. Weinert, Hilmar H. Patterson, Robert K. Wheat, Curtis E. Phipps, Foster V. Quaid, john E. Ramsey, john M. Rather, Roy L. Ray, William A. Wheeler, Carl F. Williams, Edward B Wilson, Herbert R. VVinter, Buford A. VVatkins, R. R. Raymond, Fred N. VVolf, Thomas j. Reese, George L. Wood, Andrew C. P331 llayenport, Herbert. Keen, john H. Rentfro, john N. Woodruff, Thomas V lmyenport, Mat. Kelleher, Arthur j. Ring, Robert. XVright, Vestal. J " f Nlg lmyis, Horace V. Key, Hobart. Roberts, Mose M. Wynne, Angus G. 9 Imyis, Thomas O. King, james M. Rosetield, Alton. Yates, Herbert L. 5-in Ilent, Ilenjarniu F. Kleberg, Richard M. Rosenquest, Nels N. Young, Towne. 0, Dickson, Raymond F. Land, Cornelius. Saye, Ben F. 1 - ,T ff " jj 124 l.. ci 1 , R- 1' T X- .. I. ZS!! Q., if v 'Q ll I Lg - 0 .4 -' ' ' X g: I 1 - I A? 0 V X I s ' .Il gd N - J .pf , tzj 5,J'A,il2f, 5 , ,W 1. 'nf' .fl if ff W N I K, 'ry' I 'l . EJ 4 " . 'N . . I , ' ' r ! i - V . ' n I ' '45 Wfix- iff ' 2 W' X M 6 " X ' A! . zffifrx X za! . E I iz G fi 1. lx L51 x W. 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Gillespie. D. H. Hardy. J. H. Williams. Chas. Reed Baskerville. W. S. Carter. Jno. Link McMeans, '1o. Robt. Read Penn, '1o. C. Jerome Cartwright, '1o. Herbert Lee McNeil, 'o9. Benjamin W. Hearne, '1o. Drew Pruitt, 'o9. Malnor A. Shumard, '1o. Wm. C. McCutcheon, 'o9. Raymond F. Dickson, ,O9. J. C. Muse, 'o9. 4 '11 f' ' 5 hg 5.x7"' X P FRATRES IN URBE. 4. qmail Rev. J. VV. Lowber. F. H. Raymond. "VL Franz Fizet. Judge R. L. Penn. K .7 ' J. H. Caldwell. 1. E. Wildbahn. f A. H. Graham. L. B. Fontaine. J. Millett. P. A. Hawthornef '67 ' xxx . f N KK -9 " FRATRES IN FACULTATE. David F. Houston. Edmund T. Miller. ,V ,pig Morgan Calloway. " ,ix .- N ,jf ., W FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. K. . fgg XTCCIIIICHLIC. Ballard Y. Burgher, 'o7. Mims J. Jackson, 'o9. Norman B. Taylor, 'o7 Francis Bowie Duncan, 'o9. L' T' Hugh Lothrop, 'o7. Chas. T. McCormick, 'o9. Robt. VV. Stayton, Jr., 'o7. Robert S. Buddy, 'o9. Burke Baker, 'o8. Robt. H. McMeans, 'o9. Clair Hildreth Gannon, 'o9. QA Ig' x f 1 ' E1'1gJ1'1zt'C1'z'1zg. AU.-'? Herbert Lee Sutton, 'o8. J. Leslie Witt, 'o9. A- wil X' 1 - v jfghllllr James P. VVaggener, 'o8. Larl White, oo. if - N . L' Law. Alexander Pope, ,o7. J. Robt. O'Connor, 'o8. lx' Bruce W. Teagarden, oy. Hobart Key, 'o9. f 1 Ireland Graves, 'o8. George VV. Norrell, 'o9. Ei. ffm. 130 pg , Q . Q ' A gl fffffics - - I 'Q A ,fgzkgf . 'Rf rtfhxlfbili if Rik fl' Q n ...wf'iX: M . 2 .W N. .we - 1 ,J lf. 21.552 eslfsb J' Q'd?Lg' ' wwf" rv 391533 ' TW I , .4 ... CG l. E -. 'x V A K . G VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. 05 X l I xx ff' X :L ' it ,Q E Ag - X 5.-I ffw x a U1 w M U . . f , :A 1 U A ,Q li . :E 5 FASQNN 1: E2 Wk :F px N N hr 'Q' -. gr cr: Aja, . 1Cf1"T"x, 3 'X 2 1 ,K fb' 5,3 gg mf he 45 . 'Aw E E: ' 2 N 5 N - I N3 A E 21 f K V 5 ,QE 2' u 1. fr' 1, Qx rf MQ lf 1 m Q : ,ff X L. f N 8 'ffl Eg za 'QNX ff Q ' . 1- 'M' A 2 in ' 3 . S5 A X, X E 55.4 , 61 L J: A 1 E in 'wg AX S . 'ffm - , 7 'N .': ' ii' I , wx 55,4 5 . rn! ,- 53 as L E3 4, :' 1' E u f XQj '5 55' X Z U ,r S -P 5 4, 'v g - XXCQN 4.5 f, J! ,xr I: J W B fl A-Q E 1, , ' I Q ,V -lx Q FU . F - 5 Ei . Qi If 'Q-ksf, 'Q v S 5 'U 2 X :I U X J Q Z KE' ug-, s ' JQWW N H . r ff E 3 iff EK Q2 o Q fig 5 E5 E iv f 1 E, .K fm N ffnyxi .,. Arif, x Z M HQ an 2 vfcm , A .412 us , M Y? N Af, , f 934 131 x, X my 1953 .. "igf,5:' , 1 '39 1 1 W N ,i 499 f'QfQm1" AV? J M lf Lf V K Ylpifff 'N 7-R7 fi 3 :-N? gi Q X, E ,I 32 , ,363 W :S 2 V I' ifiiyg 'EQ-Tx ff Ugg 4- . Q X N 2 QQ, 'C Zffm , R, 17 w BQ J VL- - rf? , ... ,gp an N as 2, We if . J' Q'-'f',fUN " CL 6:-X, ' "fx jsf " .:7 4,3135 " ff' ' I" V' .. ,, gm, Q, ,lf-,N .143 , r xg qs ,a X R xi L, x Ax! 'X LMS 2 WXX ,QAM I X .X ,. p '- ,XXL 14 -f l - ,, , 1 , ik I fir' X -' - ll 2, . a U fxk 'I ,fu L W N .P 'I A1 : 1. 'N . aaa if aa . X as a af , . VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. N. K L. 5 . Q51 Beta Theta Pi. . A N 5 J .1 Founded at Miami, ISKZQ. Wi ,ff X ab- x BETA OMICRON CHAPTER. FRATRES IN URBE. A 7, john Qrr, jr. Oscar Robinson. Collins Bradley. I. aft, ' judge S. R. Fisher. J. W. Hawkins. B. S. Brown. 'UMA R. L. Pollard. VVi1liam off. G. M. Jarvis. fb k X19 C. D. johns. Dr. J. A. French. R. E. Mieth. L ., Henry Thornton. Ewell Nalle. Joseph C. Kerbey, jr. Bishop C-. H. Kinsolving. F. Clark. Ralph Robinson. . M 1, -I. E. Pearce. I . fi' 'P K FRATRES IN FACULTATE. Ji Dr. W. H. Harper. v . "XM , Judge Clarence H. Miller. X Ffa FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. -am .- X Academic. " J. Mcliall Kerbey, 'o8. R. L. Carlock, jr., 'oo. H. F. Witherspoon, '1o. ,I , ... W. O. Kinsolving, 'o8. Hugh Potter, 'o9. john Abe March, -Ir., ,IO. 'V ,J Mike Hogg, 'o9. Chilton Jennings, 'o9. A. Sfjohnson, '1o. :ij f iv, 1, E lLgZ'llC'C'7'1.1'lg. A Oscar Gilcreest, 'o9. William Clarkson, -Tr., 'o9. Law. V! It N X3 W. D. Caldwell, jr., 'o9. Herbert Walden, "o8. Thomas D. Cobbs, jr., 'o7 Q 'J Hugh L. Stone, Jr., 'o8. William Frances, ,O7. Frank K. Williams, 'o8. a John C. Townes, -Ir., 'o8. .fel ffl' M ' as aff. is 4 yfx it a f .4 D x QM 5, Q lx ' vp 1 Z-3 E . 2 ' all 5 Q 1 a fbi JUQQ 141 .. wa I rf 2 aw 'X .fa-f -a I K . fad rs if' yi , fl 74 Van X l fi 6 Q xg, N uw l 2 . A . hw. 11 fluff? HQQ "1 f- ' l, .fx R .T 3 Y 1- nv lf,gfvJNvQEi X, z ffff hx ,I+ 5. -lx V, I 0, K X ' Nm: X J Xa, .x X: . JI '-A I-v I ,vw 1 -X bd E54 fp 1 JZQJX nm- ' 6 5 N L!y , T , '-ff LF a M 33, fgdfg-3 :awk PL If X QQ wa ffm Xbsi'-,. ,C 'QPX5 ,fx .pf ,ff ,V VOL. 14' CACTUS. 1907. X.. qs 1 Qx 'N Q -. 3 1 N .A- wg N A X is - ,, E X . 1 I A 'x B ' v 1 lx 1. ' W D K D, sw .P :Q lx' ,F Ju Qi Ji by : 1 5 E A' I E5 . l 1 W , M? Ls ,f,,, IA X , . . 5 'X W- F5 ,Af-EQ? 'LQ'-3 ffl? QM -. -'lf I ,-,--- 7' ,1"' ' ft- f A' fl! 0 "1 Jwigpik 'QQ' f'mD'E'T :WT 'w " fawvfl X x , - 2 ., A V ,v l- A f , ix fv , A V ,yy A " fy ,M ' ll .I E33 1,7155-j? M IU' flpiff-1 -4 ,wx Ji' W F21 MQ f xx g 6 A Q 1 'M QL: W , . SN , ,IA ay X52 -A ' , .X 2 JJ N Y W ig ,X pf . WV L Qf ! 1, NJN M 7, Y 1, XTX X, xl X 9' 1 '4 1, fx " tr, h, . ffii fgkj ff K N. iv .L ,R pfwijykx 3,44 ,K ms , X: Q ,i W 1 45 - qzfilfjm J vi, 1 x RQ agjgffx sfms ., N , M f ff-+ X Iffg H X I PL P pt J .-.2 .. A , 5-Q EJ . ? . ' ' ,r -T: fit' N aj I Inf, ' 2 X . ' 3 'E 1 ' 'N 'I ri : If 'DX 1 an 0 ik? by X9 is xx ids, X A .E is N 0 g X VOL. 14. CACTUS. 190T. ll , . ff ,il gf A, - - J . ' W ftfk l ' .f lie, 1 3 We ' PA ,, - Kappa Sigma. +P W fi: I .3 X Founded at the University of Virginia in 1867. ' 'Z TAU CHAPTER. Established in 1884. A it it Y. -A A ,LX FRATRES IN URBE. ht X23 Dr. Goodall Wooten. J. H. Hart. F. T. Connerly. U 'Xi Dr. joe Wooten. J. W. Maxwell. Arthur Moore. 4 -U U' Dr H. L. Hilgartner. S. W. Fisher. W. M. Thornton. IQ Dr Mat M. Smith. F. K. Fisher. George Dowell. f 1, ll, Dr W. A. Harper. B. A. Slaughter. A. N. Denton. Iggy' Judge Victor L. Brooks. NJA. Dawson. Horace Thomson. Li -3 9 FQC. Von Rosenberg. B. F. Williams. A. C. Estill. W.-ED. Hart. A. W. Townsendj . l, FRATRES IN FACULTATE. ' , lx .- if A xg Dr. George P. Garrison. Dr. Frederick Simonds. Prof. T. U. Taylor. D Dr. James R. Bailey. Dr. Killis Campbell. Prof. R. A. Thomson. fig? an . aft ,l,vy,k FRATRES IN UNIV ERSITATE. 'f 6391 fl . 1. Q5 Academzc. L M. B.'jones,"o7. Royal W. King, 'o8. R. M. Colquitt, 'o9. M -lohn'La Prclle, 'o7. G. M. Brandon, jr., 'o8. T. N. Wathen, log. ,TWH 3 Paul V. Montgomery, ' G. M. Graham, 'o8. H. B. Houston, ,IO. jjffsllx' H.1O. Jones, 'O7. T. W. Bailey, 'OQ. o. O'Neil, wo. U " Frank Hicks, 'o8. C. W. Bailey, 'oo. Chester Lyday, 'IO. lv ,sp Hail, Law. QQ T. C.fKendall, 'o7. G. C. Adams, 'o8.' J. P. Hill, 'o9. ' 5- H. W. jones, 'o8. FMR' lfl1fIZillFPI'Z.1lg. john IE. Thornton, 'o7. joe Gill, 'oo. M. F. Gill, 'IO. IJ ix XV. C. Bell, 'Io. , i 7 'Q . 134 r.N fad? .. A N 5 .irfmf-5j n A ,JA-Lbgf K 1 W Elf- ' X X 1 .Fi Xin F311-,Q .. -Q my I 2T6T'x,y N - ll ,.fii.lla All Z-AQ f ox 4 fl N QQ Z, VOL. 14. CACTUS. , ' J "HT ' W 'ff FMS: :mf '11 'iv' X 'gi X Jfzhfakx I Y K5 XX f f gf Fri Ny ,Tr -.W N' ' fp X' 1907. '-:5 : 'IJ .42 lf? U A l,. I 53 'I sm 5 nk li ... z L:, ,EIS E-'O O 5 GJ .LE gm , Og. G? E: vm A -'m :J 'E L- cm. Q v-I KL Cu 5 ,.j'1 I E ... ' 6 U ISS ' . - ,awe -2 T" V K Nj Af? f ,qfiii if X- 2 vb M f mx 17 y,241.x wmgxxgg :Q ff' 1 pf I Jw 'N !g,J+2Q ,JW f C4 -- X X ,A 3. , .. qq-wg, 42 ' D :LQ J 5 5' K F A1 ff w k f 11 ' '.1 Q My -A 43,15 1 I l . ' x NN W Y J P XX Q1f"N ,QQ 2' A 'w.. 721' 1 w. J .-A 4 I ,X Q1 Afiff X I K . 4-AQ .gp pf? 62x ,fm cfgf W 671 , A a 'M QA., Jw F255 Y xih 5,3 Q' QW? M w, , Mx, ik E. X gf La K' Nfqw ae 1' jus x Wy Q r 1 wx .K 'U affix s 1 f rf f, ,vyifvwsj 1, x Syn I wmv Af4'TE Q'X 'X fl X 1,1 cg U15 V X' 1 , v 'J . R lkgjh ,X 3-vrvf' .u - X- -1 . ,'L?a'1N M n fl t ,J lv ' A yzfwx Zu" V 3 L SL '7,,f, S "WI-UA 'SE ,X xx 'T 'fx M, .Q xg If L Q A kg ffl, Ay, 'A v Mfr T469 54 5 5 KVLX will it L...Qfj, X an 6 V ly If V, , N - A5555 . :Q 3, fl ,, il le fx . QA :Iii ff'f VJ Ii Me Q , .J ifjflifli 3 . fe 31 We .. . X K., X' .1 li I l iii. s s. . N fl, ,. is X Uv 'ff i Q if TN 1 F J 'fini 'X ,wifi h. f YN Q in E. fi! fffii I realli iff is L. y ' A Eff ,N if ri ll! X 464 . X Ji. airl- I fi ill I Af ff .E fl' 1 l. -sae Jgjliillg X X V n .lf X1 I .FX f.jAr?gL , Q . X L:- KE VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907 Sigma Alpha' Epsilon. R. B. Cousins. N. A. Stedman. Edward B. Hancock. W. H. B. Hunnicutt. jacob G. Hornberger. VV. E. Keating, 'o8. S. I. Edgell, 'o9. Norman Atkinson, 'o7. H. M. Ritchey, 'o7. Ii. VV. Samuell, 'oy Founded 1856, University of Alabama. TEXAS RI-IO CHAPTER. Established 1884. FRATRES IN URBE. C. B. Giles. J. W. McLendon. Thomas Allin. William C. Lott. W. J. Scarbrough. D. A. Griffiths. J. C. Puett. D. K. Woodward. William C. Lott. FRATRES IN FACULTATE. Dr. H. Y. Benedict. Dr. E. W. Fay. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. Acaficm ic. L. P. Lochridge, 'o9. Frank -I. Powell, YIO. Law. B. W. Mistrot, 'o7. W. D. Glrnett, 'o8. Ballard Coldwell, 'o8. E7ZQZ-71CCJ'f77.g. L. B. Gardner, 'o8. J. B. Duncan, yIO.' G. C. Smith, '09, 136 Wil I 2 519 james K. Wooten, '1o. H. L. Winter, '1o. J. G. Duncan, 'o8. Clifford Braly, 'o8. S. C. Cappel, jr., 'o8. Wilbur F. Crawford, ,IO L. W. Westbrook, ,IO. o 03 .FV if :' .ll 'Z 27551. 'Zfi gg?-X iw 5 ,pn A -N vw 5 ,Q 5 A 1 5 . A -, .W D Q ji .1 A l. :Jiri H? ,. A X Wig- V EJ '. , 'E :L I as 51 Tfgsw .flags i . , 5 ' X . I I i ' 131, V X. 1 M 3- , 'X . If ., 'J , if 'rx Q .. W F 'W X -55 X if X ' Ziff . 123 A ' X1 VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907 I RR . - in - ,X l x - 'l .fYL'l fa 'K' A4 xi Sigma Chi. rv X 'W Founded at Miami University in 1855. Ai I, I ALPHA NU CHAPTER. ti Established in 1884. ll Q xx: FRATRES IN URBE. I. .1 X J. A. Iaichardson. Harry P. Bickler. Max Bickief. ' Wilbur P. Allen. A. W. Grant. J. Bouldin Rector. ig john F. Butler. William H. Richardson, Jr. Herbert H. Finch. IQ g L' .Sf FRATIQR IN FACULTATE. Stanley P. Finch. f. ji, FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. fs X -' IACUIIICHZZDC. Willard Cookffoo. L. V. Richardson, '1o. J. T. Downs, 'o9. rxfaffbx B. IJ. Tarlton, -Ir., 'o9. Paul A. McDermott, ,IO. William C. Morrow, 'oo Ira C. Ogden, 'oo. W. E. Orgain, RLG. fr Xu L gl Ifzzgilz CLTIDJZQ. 5 ,, E. Wallis, '1o. ggi, Edwin Porch, 'Io. L I x Law. 9 Alwyn'P. King, 'o8. Fred Raymond, 'o9. Homer Rowe, 'o7. Q1 'I C. M. Robards, 'o7. W. S. Davidson, 'o8. Richard Kleberg, 'oo. jd FX I j. T. Morrow, 'o8. Murray Ramsey, 'o9. Newton M. Crain, 'o9. - W. H. Newton, 'o8. - J. A. Harley, 'o8. Crt-P' if lllb X . ,,, 1 ' 133 2.41 ji. 0 ' f fs . W ax -'2 q U A., X fu ii , .I Fill' .111 435533 KW iimiiix ffii VW, '. .- - M' . ' M 15 'X fait 7,'i1f"Ql- 5 f-' 47' in A ww R 95 . W f 1 , vw, f' W4 , 9 Agp, W5 wg N '-jeg X9 39 X. IX sk A M f iff' - gf S? Sl 'J ' VOL. 14' CACTUS. 1907. 1 YY ,,,,, , 7 X 1 , , I Qx: X51 A 1 D'- ga 1 . D 1 X xg, W X 1 1 I ,xv 4 I 59 rd ,N X f X x 39 l iw ' :N I N FX! I S2 if x x lx x 1 i w f V 3, 1 Xi V X 'I 1.10 is . V A . 0. U, N - 1 A 441235 'T ,., I ' .v -J' ff, ff ,ff f. wb - M, wg wg Q ia f .eww AA, " f. XFgi W! xxx 43 ' 5 5? W .R ,, ff Llgq, - i f Q Qc: if N A K X35 as ff ',f'54't,., L Y ii Yu ,if "M-.V' 4 K 2 W1 MEL ff, 45 f fp X! : Kay , V M J x Q, X L Y QCEN Q42 ' LJ xx 3 ' Q J 'N , f f 'TYR Q01 k L rv K"' v JW if N f f -X , Z!!! :M H15 , 4 , J 'x 'K ,fi fyfeh 'Aff Iygxnxfiff Q , af g Q flgiggf JQJQM fx A My Af Q gk lr ' ww 1 rd Sz ' ja ig? 312, 632523. nf? " midi- 5-489' ,rg M .12 . :X an ' 'iff 533 X gg -Q ' fi 423 ' W . l VOL. 14. CACTUS. '1907 f 1 1 M 1 'p fwfr Y il' lfbxl ffl 'K' ,K i .a rf 5 Cb ibn r Y . 'fl X . 4. F 'K 'Z 'sail' ll A r U . . Ns 'Q 0 1 .V f 1 as fix Xl : if fr ce. all f 1 N3 L 5' lap gl ll ' 1 I 1 X e. ',, Rv. xl Y . 1 '17 . l nfl FQ? X if x - " .,. 1. -1 1. igllglg X V n rj' H 1 5? 1 labs.. Southern Kappa Alpha. Founded 1865, at VVashington and Lee University. DM ICRON CHAPTER. Established 1884. FRATRES IN URBE. judge james R. Hamilton. Dr. Horace Gilbert. judge R. L. Batts. judge W. W. Wilkerson. Dr. E. Simmons. j. W. Bradtleld. judge C. A. McCallum. Fritz Garland Lanham. FRATRES IN FACULTATE. Dr. A. C. Ellis. Dr. R. A. Law. Dr. D. A. Penick. N. Percy Pope. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. Ara z'1'n11'c. Millard Edgar Monteith. Huling P. Robertson, jr. George Du Bose Sears. Frank Paschal. joel Franklin Watson. Robert Ring. john Levi Sheppard. john Putnam Dinsmore. Harry Pearsall Hill. Glover Steiner johns. Benjamin Hadley Dyer. Paul Thomas Sanderson. Seth Hastings. john H. R. Cartwright. Law. Emmett Lee Wilkerson. Albert Stone. Winston McMahon. Burford King Isaacs. EHgflll't'l'l'llfj. Henry Fink, jr. Edmund E. Pendleton. Holman Cartwright. Bentley Nelson. john joseph Rogers. W. Davis De Treville. Forrest Edward Lumpkin james Richard Webb. Liston Agnew Casey. Royall Richard Watkins. Rufus Cage. jr. 140 V39 I .aftily Q I' 'll a 'llilqr A f. 'l aef .74!2,9',flflNl wx LQ 522' 'Q L- -T "-: ,X X A -Z' . ' l S--J A C . ' A S: 5 f Ria.: ' --955 , - J, W 1 ' QXXX Izglrff fx :SS '75 GL Y ki' X XX . 0 1 LM.- VCJL.14. if CACTUS l?-.,-Y 4 1907. 1, si L qf E1 ,.1. ,f M "fx 3 U '- 0.1 -- f V .4 a.. if A O L1 2 ,d 33 D an 5 E 2 .i I .tt Z I' ,g E .E E U- .E E .9 'E 5 C I- - 61 4 U . U - G1 '5 S ,xg E .20 CU n 5 IE Q. U 5 2 E ,.I K -E z fi 252 T - fu? W- 5 5 ,, "' 5 v.,V E E' K C- 25 ?M Q0 'H D 5 ,, . Q ' L2 3? . 'A" 5354 4-M-: gl 141 U 6X X Q ,J 'io' , ' A ,lg I 1-. , " X x ELT'-3 'fn' ' . fx? F . 9 N I xx. -,1 A L.. N N 55.7- - if W fx :WJ 4 6 f 4, Y MGM ,f.ffNf " wp ,J Y Ifhj' 'XX gil .Q ff A ff X, Ac :fs X,S,,:n 125, A 1 kKg?fFx,, WMM is ,, W ,fx cpm? F WE 71 'W wh " 2 , ,X x 'Xi f of X' 1 A Q9 X j K hl,x , X, I ly fi x ff X y ffm J 1 l I, , "' uv 'x S53 x fb M',,"Ag MX 5 M KV: 'ffwif E5 , K" v f JG ww M , 1 diff HS ff Yi W if Jw 'x U ,ik QSM , Jr J' I., .isp fi QLJQEQ: L.:-222: .-'E - 5 fa gtg, .M :gags-5 ,I-R :L I 5 .J .3-QR F . ff .f -I .3 ',, 0 I 'IW X 59 V- X gg ? .zz ' fiiay 115 ' I ' xx H vos.. 14. CACTUS. 1907, if I ' ' gf ,A - - .3 ,fi : 4 . If 1 Sigma C Nu. 1 t if ffl I l Q1 4 .TS ,, jig Founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1859. i , . Y 4 UPSILON CHAPTER ' ax? Established 1886. ll Gi Xxx I ,u 0 N95 FRATRES IN URBE. ' G. J. Carter. Charles Stephenson. Cullom H. Boothe. ,I George E. Shelley. J. Ben Robertson. J. S. Myrick. , 'Cf . Claibe johnson. Warren T. Robertson. I x. . n-pg ' ' FRATRES IN FACULTATE. ' ." Eugene P. Sehoch. H. H. York. V f- ,xxx : Af ,y X FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. Egg Acadczzzic. N Nmffix B. VV. Wofford, 'o8. L. Knox Hughey, '1o. Perryman S. Moore, '1o. I Q7 tl VVm. C. Thompson, 'o9. Herbert Schmidt, '1o. James Y. Bradlield, ,IO. Lf 'fu C. Fred Fowler, '1o. Dan R. Murchison, 'o7. Henry S. Groesbeck, ,IO. , 5 Hassie F. Balyeat, ,IO. I' FF' Fix l E1zgz'1zCcrz'1zg. A fl .4 'X George A. McClellan, 'o8. Marvin Wright, 'o8. I lb Rufus B. Sparks, 'o9. August Cortes, 'ro. g if flilil Law "il .9 JN ' ' ,xx . Fritz M. Dyer, ,O7. Vestal Wright, log. J. MeGrew Wilson, YO7. p ' Rodman S. Cosby, 'o9. . Philip Long, 'o9. ' Q. , Mbit, If . k ,f 142 if .t . , gd Q fri, Rv' I 13 N V' Q ,wi I' 5 ff . . . AVQ, f m NW M f ,Hai K. ,P f , Wzfg day. X, I in 'I fr? I if N212 .M 'X - i K .' ,fsf"uN' Rfb ' M ,-l?-- ' ff! WE cfm 1 W " 42 mf" -i fx A ' 1, -' A - X"fi.x gk. ff-if "W Q7 53 XX "HS", X xx E ' 233' . 04' ' fp N VOL, 14. CACTUS. 1907. w Y 4 Y v-1 .. o U1 E o ,il O w v- ..-4 5 Reese. Lou v3 E . L5 on 'J o 1 E U L- t. Mu Bal bert 65 SOD CU 11 In Ro wler. .: an III .4 .C .EP ,sq 5 Fo lelland. 1NfcC .4 E E .: U IDE O U? IL - n O .E I- 'cs L4 o 52: bo 5 -ii fo 1,7 E IJ O. I-v. Us VJ .o .CU U 2 CC ,-3 .1 .- GJ LE ,- W Ll. GJ QI '- 'J 0..- Eofn -1. mgx. cu PM Q Ll cv .-. GJ LC o U-1 A I-P3 I X 5 xhf gif ,fi 39 f Q I .4 ... '-9 f I-, 'i Q , "E W " ..,,f5Q?52 Jw if 1 1 S . Wgi- Qfiib f. 'b 'vs JAX. If E ik. ,Q 3, - X f W" 3 'QQJWXXQ " gg A 1 M x .A 1- " ,Q N N, f X ' LQ -Ewa 45 fra ffwiffg Q f 'tV ff N Y J S 4' Q 'xfs-H1121 f X 12 W A 'V XICTJN Flfhff Ljtf Xmx qv, , I in v I L4 . ' V ,figs AJFFQA ,fin U Y fly! s XXX? 1 ifqwfmfx V ,fl X B ms V 'Xa- 4 .1 lm if Iwi! ff M2 Xb J M A3 W , 1- L ' ,mm fw X ffm 3 ff L M, 1 J J Ziff T2 em "im "P "fe - rw , -to 9 f N ' ,, 3 . I it i . , ,Z an lp! Aff 59 X QV gg .3 K5 lp X VCL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. lf -qs. lx V ffl? Y - Z is ftilillv 73 llqgl If X22 Lhi Phi. f I' XX .jx hi--A - LQ Founded at Princeton, 1824. Alf ll .. ? X: NU CHAPTER. 5 Xb I ll 5 f FRATRES IN URBE. xxx l- -Y xi -I. Stanley Ford. john Palm, jr. W. B. Caswell. ' C. W. Morrison. G. S. Wright. Dr. T. R. Sampson. if Q5 E. J. Palm. J' Xp. -9 FRATRES IN FACULTATE. Dr. S. E. Mezes. Dr. P. Dohmen. if Dr. M. B. Porter. Prof. E. Wroe. 4. by 15511- X FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. 129 Law. nfl. if T. B. Botts, -Ir., 'o7. W'ard Woodruff, '09 E. R. Milroy, 'oo. 'lf if E. Ile Bogory, 'o7. H. P. Dorst, VOQ. L. M. Ballowe, 'oq. ti v X R. F. Townsend, 'o9. 5 FN, rl E7'Zf1l.lli'l'I'Z'l1fI. il .X P. A. Turner, 'o9. H. P. Griffen, 'o9. . ' -I. E. Parks, 'o8. C. J. Nibbi, C. E., 'o6. A r. l ' urls: Acadunzzb - fe' P l H. B.'Wl1aling, 'o8. NI. W. Turner, 'o9. G. C. Richards, '1o. C. L. Tarlton, 'o9. f 1. Jill' rf X: ' X P da , 144 J 2 9 . if if we .ix - :lil f 24' wggxi .fwrggy fflw 'JW P 4' 2 'WI' '- W 71' .fv ' KS! - 155 ze? ' I flflflg WY? far mmf Q yt by . !D4,s , 'xx VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. 1 :L so E ' an Q Q Q I I k 145 l '. . f 1 ... ' H 'J .. ASSE? 1 '7 REV' , J iv 'J . img: f 1 Axrv, N 'Te N N Q K 3 N 'V fx' 4' ,I I PN fy? V. Es? W i ,Am ' j an W Wi ,vim GJ 3 .- I T' GJ J, if f o I- IL 'C L- cz: ,LQ L: .11 5 ur X Dohmeu. L. Woodruff. 5 .4 U L. G' '1 O 'Ii IN Huw? Botts riffilh. xg. ., 1 Q. P U . . .9 A ' ks CU 2-2 C alil Vh Ru vc gl 1 16 'A .Ld rs .- ,. VP? 'fax ig? A J xv hx W' W .Qc xv I-. ,r' , gy ff MY fl -Kf,,,g I fx xx UM. f M1 Z -11 A LG fi . x fir 'Q X 4 r , s A 'Q a I' Y U 'xl Ji P' v l ,1, ,X '. uv 1 RSP NT131 , MSG, fm , X' . rf ,. MW Q I' fxxx f ff' ex- W15 , 1 Q , J A gliwv M fi I X3 v x -" X6 " M 3.2 ,SYrk5VX 1 1 Ka' . X ' 127 JAX? if A I fgvglxxx I ,Q-ffw X3 wi. --1 '- - L-'fir '1 1 A fs-A A , .-, A 1. .A ya Mi A and wg A P i 775 if' lm A lf? :XX .' 'ff 5 EQ lj 'ix 2 A 0' XP 'ES' N :S Y 125' es. " rs' 04" ' x 1 VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. , 'l '1 1 fl :fi 7 1 SN :, 1 N in ffsfi-f , -iq :J fi V ' xox I 1 ' A - No Alpha Tau Omega. X 1 ,W Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1863. 1 TEXAS GAMMA ETA. XL. Q. Established in 1897. . W --1 5 0 5 FRATRES IN URBE. T. W. Gregory. Arthur F. Bishop. Jos. C. Brown, Jr. ll' VValter Bremond. Ernest Vinson. A Will West. Augustus M. Barton. if A, 1 I FRATER IN FACULTATE. 4' , 1 , 1' iv Henry P. Burney. "AZfhf'i.. 4' ei X FRATR1-is IN UNIVERSITATE. Academic. ,J X ffl' Grover Cole, 'o8. Williams Sims, 'o9. R. Lamar Patterson, ,IO. fd. Q Zeb Vance Nixon, '1o. C. W. Trueheart, Jr., ,IO. C. O. Byrd, 'o9. C " fx f W EllglilZFCI'l'7lf1. :W 1' ,ggigx , Walter E. Giesen, 'o7. W. B. Munson, jr., 'o8. A 1 N Chas. A. jones, 'o9. Lewis W. Maury, '1o. K. f 1 Q Aytge Law. il.l.4lii bk Robt. Wallace Tobin, 'o7. Bruce W. Bryant, 'o8. Leslie Maxey, o8.' W4 . - ,A lj ' f is- P ' 1 ff 53 . .CCA ' ff' i 7 Q. 46 A , jj . I 1 ' A 44: f ' ,"? ir .' gg.. hapl- Al A 1' NST A XJR f f' ff 2 5 jar' Aif.!.EQ1- 4,433 A 1 , 1 I .4 I- M ra .- 5. L- C Cd '- .- 5 ai N fag ! Ea rl.f M A J Jflx 'Q I ff 53 u W, ,fl '. LII, D-33, - M .Q I 3 xx J M' 'A 2457 X1 'aff V ,u pm? I, , Q' QV ns x ISF' in y . 515 Q -M5155 fJ'if'f "' ' .Rf x MSN, X 359 Q ' 'N r - 1 1 ff 2 K ' ' ,j K 'F sw: ' J- 1 - fa- xv? 'if X 49 X if 5x in 424' N ,W 4 K5 VOL 14. CACTLJS. 1907- F.-C 52 NL- Ez- 5 :- 2 5, 2 'E EE 2 CQ E s i E K 2 E ' .E I is I H ' E ' U 1 653.55 f NW X' if ' Cfjl I-P7 3 Q af 53' 'Pi' ,W if ' 9? J-,Q 54 A X Rub QYYWQ vfjyky in 1511 pA3 i1 if MAA 1,115 Q 1 yn N X X A x J fx xx 125.1 'Cyl' I Q6 MQ nf? sn ' l . 'Sis 'S 45 if - saw , fig. flx 1 :N fl, Ze . A 3 ' f- f " . yr ' , If xg A 1, . -X , 'fi c " .-I '. 'x 'iw rig K9 KS xx wif, X as 'E is 3 in 1 as - VOL. 14. CACTUS. '1907 lf' V 4 .5 ,qw ziglf ' xi if QE D , Tau Deuteron Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta. 'TS ' e .. X mlb . LX Reestablzshed 1901. FRATRES IN URBE. " .5 Ya VVilbur H. Young. F. L. S. Dibrell. F. H. Russell. C' Frank Kemp. A. P. Barrett. S. P. Holcombe. M W H. VV. jenkins. Robert A. Richey. Col. M. E. Chenowith. lf A A 9 , .. lt' FRATRES IN FACULTATE. C E. D. Shurter. W. K. Wright. A W. B. Ammerman. U I 1 f' FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. ' -1 ' A cczdvm ic. O, RQD. Barclay,,'o7. F. H. Chapman, '1o. W. H. Campbell, 'o9. 5 L. Jacoby. VO7. W. R. Shaw, '1o. -I. A. Barclay, '1o. pg X: A. W. Pleasants, 'o8. T. S. Holden, 'O7. C. B. Cooper, 'xo. 4. ' fix? H. J. L. Stark, 'o9. E. F. Ferguson, 'o8. F. H. Walke, '1o. J.. QA, VX Law. 'lf Xiu C. W. Abbott, 'o7. A. S. john, 'o9. UI. I. Kercheville, 'o7. LN N W. B. Harrell, 'o7. T. B. Greenwood, 'o7. J. B. Benefleld, 'o9. 39 bl. B. Marshall, 'o8. C. J. Treaccar, 'o9. xxx: X If ll t1Z.1Zl'C'l'1'lZ g. ' ' Guy Borden, 'o8.. C. E. Scoggins, 'o9. W. W. Holden, ro. 5, X L. G.1Henderson, 'o8. A. L. Harris, 'o8. W. W. McAllister,Q'1o. .yffliwlxl H. U. Rhodius, 'o8. 's . QF 4.5 P X. .K ffl Q'ff-3 lf:FQll.f, V 9 J. If 1 Q l4l1 if Page o 'W " I .Pr r " . . 13 'A' 1 "? fsiif' .f 1' 1.-187' at " . . f. Nl - . . , . are ' . "'R.J0,f-JXI if .EJ A .VW . . ' fflifmuylg ' 14? J ESE Am ? VK ,+ 15' Qi? 'fiflw YN "W 'X 332 'i k .4214"X: ' N6 ' von..14. cAcTus. 1907. K5 X A L 1 M T Q . .. . . E - .Q 2 f- ..4-' U H-C E Q50 ,O Link- 'E 5 :El- 9-,,,l' il-Am. E 3-Ig. U 'EJ I- os CD .4 GJ .E :fi Bm. L- S KU GJ , I '55 0-0 ma . E I- GJ .., ll! YZ 'fl U "4 - .g: 63 ,: John Mars Jacoby. Waike. ung. s. ,OE fm V3 if Q,.Z -U o IZ as .Z ,cm m.:E CO:n 01:1 Ui in .Z ri. E A U .- 1- 2 N L- DJ an 'U C. ou .h-4: "U"'4.... VJ .Z CIIXVOO U L- u E OD Gre Abbott. SY. Co 5 X- 92' 1: QQ.: Um X- S-1 1. Q, gi 149 K n 0 JE . 1 F. -X . . 41 , '. 5 'Q .-s 'A' 3 ' ' . I? YK J TJ. Gif'-P 4- . ,Q637 X- Q? N N V A ll ' I 1 'LX f " W ,Mx AL xl Jf ' ' " I ' I 1'-4 I . ' , up . Q , 1 . gf , . , Kg! I rs wail J, 92 QA fd ' IM ' N M 1, QA:- Q J 1 fb , ff O 5 tv Q5 U. x ME. o fwx ' if fb? Q9 Y '4 is N, jo A X W 'ff'- H l,, 'Q v J 52? f? ,AM . 1 . ni? XE Q , J of :QM RM . dad Q, XB .153 ,. F5 X., Q7 .1 N 1 J ,Ll Q ff if ' 2 WEN QQ Q? :QTY 5, Y -3 A In Ir-fm-2: .G .. i x A ..-.gg , 24 - ,E ,P Q A Q . ,Z X se at if .ig R? 255 X ' X gk : X 0 , : '- 'xx ,A7 1 VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907 if 3 A A W A A 1 fb" Cl? A '-NND Mil. all .Ji if :fp , ,gl . Delta 'l au Delta. fs - Founded at Bethany College, West Virginia, 1859. 'K '3 X 'fig GAMMA IOTA CHAPTER. 9 Established in The University of Texas, 1904. ...ll - 'pl Pills - "i FRATRES IN URBE. I Geo. S. Walton. J. W. Lane. W. F. Buckley. 16, . A. P. Vlfooldridge. john Brackenridge. .lf waxy ' FRATER IN FACULTATE. 2 Phineas L. Windsor. IX 1' il' 'N fiiix J Q A X FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. A cadem ic. Aff x AW. L. Garnett, 'o7. J. E. Jones, 'o8. H. H. Brown, '09. Q7 A ll F. Feuille, 'o8. P. W. Platter, ,O9. H. B. Henkel, ,IO. li Xu R. Bf McBride, 'o8. Y. D. Harrison, 'o9. F. R. DiCk6fSOH,'ig,IO. L P I .I gg G. S. Mathers, 'o8. Edwin Buckley, ,IO. Law. li ,Q X W. S. Pope, 'O7. W. B. Hamilton, 'o9. C. H. Buckley, 'o7. L. C. Huvelle, 'o9. HA! its I Engineering. ,lla ' X i , O. W. Finley, ,O7. J. H. Sewell, 'o8. E. R. Warnken, '1o. ' G. G. Chance, 'o8. C. W. Conrad, 'o9. H. M. Bliem, '1o. Vinh ff' lift- ,. , W ? U 1 50 0- A if Q , Q 's kv ' C23 hgdliggvi ,G it ,Iwi 'tf"?' iadfflyx we N ' f K til' f ' ' qeffit .MCFKQ ' ' X we 1 rf - A 'i 75 A ff .' .f:.fW' ZKX M L I V E I R I L f '1 E I- n .4l ' v H11 film mlvlll J- -l'i1r:v1f 7 vil l x n xx n x'.i.A 51' 251' ' jpg we-jug 545, -' . an' W :Jw 'Q' X - r . X tl 1 1 4 VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907, 1 T A A as A -mai- ' ., l : 7' X124 A . iii Phi Kappa Psi. 2 uf '5 LQ Founded in I852. 1 ll , , TEXAS ALPHA CHAPTER. 9. Established IQO4. l ll xx 2 3, FRATER IN URBE. Q3 D. G. Ruggles. f . -5' FRATRES IN FACULTATE. -I. E. Routh, -Ir. J. L. Henderson. .V git: FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. r ' X .'ilCl1t1U17ZZ.C. EES A. G. Wynne, 'o7. R. Boothe, 'o9. Otto Armstrong, 'IO. L. L. Bryan, 'o8. M. D. Smith. 'o9. -I. G. Woods, 'IO. XX 5 XX9 , . . 1' V I1ngzm'vr11zg. 37 IJ. G. Ruggles, '07 W. F. Fort, 'o9. G. A. Bailey, IIO. I. 1 , il. j. liubank, 'o8. T. F. Mitchell, 'o9. W. H. Caruthers, 'IO. Jie A. B. Duncan, '08 F. Boothe, ,IO. H. Wright, ,IO. . N j. C. Brown, 'oq. VV. Evans, '1o. G. H. Wilson, ,IO. VST , Lclw. JLIUQ. -I. -I. Mathews, 'oo M. Davenport, 'o9. bl. j. Goodwin, 'o8. X 'if 1? f"'? l it 9 ,,. Q 152 f .- ri-5 Q ' ,. ' . ' ,Q , '11 QV' , ,' ,., P 1 iq, ,aff , 1 ,3 ffjfi' , ,Af Wil: :fifty 1' YW ' i' W vb N 'N if ' Wing WGARQ rx , 9 X, I , -' Lx ' ' ' ,. QI -' . ' , , ' -Wk' - iff X12 wi' N ' 'f fd - ff 1 ffijvx ze? , . -1 E 1 i K ,,,, if 4 4- i 'A Q4 S l pf ,j I af M 4.4 Qs 4 I , . .fi gf A lf sf 4: eww? 62' M "m 'fin' , f'vf1 fix 'QU' 1 2 K M X vm 9 VOL14. CACTUS 1wz 'S f . X- M in X 'TS E Qciw UH A if " ,c XX ' I u A Khan? A ' o A ' XLR Rb r A E M52 1 MRM X1 , 5, :Z '0 X J EJ N. E it cn J f ,N U Wu 41 J , a N v0 E69 -A X . fl - A 5 J ff PX tid X W f 2 ,WS RX HH v f "' Q , J O fx ffC'5b 4 A w ' x fix fa QJNRV 1" :fx ' . iff!! ax L, N. . ,. ,mgsf . -'2 FX Q 1 . .4515 gf ,QQ f, 'Kem x54 2. MQ, 5-W,g qS,, X X- K x N 1 , 'X' N ' y 1 fx 'H 'iqyw U .Si HF x' X ' M if A. P. 4 H l . i Y .ml .4 I ' 1, ir f l 1 vu 5 I c' cfisi p J- Vw .. S . K, ,Z fl 'fffbm Q1 N Q. " "X ,, VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907, ' gf' fl. Q3 FFL I Y if at as 'fl Y - Theta IX u Epsllon. NX TAU NU. Y Rc-established in IQO6. V lim QB pl JW.. FRATRES IN URBE. 1 EdgarlNalle. W. B. Richardson. I 22,57 FRATER IN FACULTATE. I 'g 9 Henry P. Burney. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. 1 il' ffl Q -' Atcadenzic. 0' L FQ-B. Duncan, 'o9. G. M. Graham, 'o8. W. B. jones, 'O9. Louis Jacoby, ,O7. X - Engineering. X 'B Walter E. Giesen, ,O7. ll. pf lu ll A Law. 'Q fx 1 , N Alexander Pope, 'o7. Ballard Caldwell, 'o8. U Hobart Key, 'o9. R. F. Dickson, ,OQ. .Y Wm. C. McCutcheon, o9. - jared P. Hill, 'o9. 'F iQ: 1 ATN A. G. Wynne, 'o9. .J X - " 1. .SM LL l , . I all N X V -v ml 154 N ri ',. ,W-U. - A- '1 t Q, Ca frfftx I dw! kYVX9ib3fEX wr' Wallace H. Newton, 'o8. Homer Rowe, 'O7. Chas. Abbott, ,O7. ftfff' 'i W M 47541 . . E J 4 J if pi 1 M ,if A 4 . ,,-ff? 4.015 VY 9 5 Lk U 1 'U 9 f X 1 f ,. R 1, ks- "K 5 'fly ' W 'J .f ff, f' 'Q' ' ' 1' ff' J' ,Q 3' fx XP '-W 23 X 'Y gk ' Zvi' af' 441 I lx!- hil VOL' 14' cAc'rus. 1907. j ' "'y k N- Q Wd W u Qgvff, N- 'I JJ ,A JY, n S! Y' lv 5 f'W Y ' XS, - Klfif 6? :v 5 E Uv A ,Q FQFQXX ' Jfik Y Ck hs xy O " .A A X Q 'Q 5 M , , ix . Z3 :A - B : EN fi . if W 0' i 5 gl! A 2 2- a 5 'fix 7 A? 'Q A 5 s. A ! fx . ' S H E O ' N X, Q Q4 1 if 4 :1 5 n. 5 If N33 5 L34 V L1 'iv U I Ni! A ul '-V if , N O F3 . M 1 15,3 fx s I., X lx 5 'Ss ,l U1 DQ X: 'af fffsl 9 ffm X 4 X- f ,CS 41' f n , A fx , X .0 ww x Rf - . '. is ' A ,, f tx f ' ' Q-E .s 51'?:" , A f . if A X M M, . ff , ,MNQ jf X ,GJ MJ sf far ea? c -1- - var- - a"e'e ' f , 1 .grim .QQ Wi fd + feat . -if X , X M et IIS .. 1 X 7, VOL, 14, CACTUS. 1907 rx . D fax! A. ,QV J :ff Xxx? Jil ' N, xx n a 5 P1 Beta Phi. '5 1 Founded at Monmouth College in 1867. .-X 1 Q, TEXAS ALPHA. . Established 1 902. ,1 If . 1, 1 INK . Q I , V t.. s L 1 l,l'f if f 4 1 31, ff 10, ' ZEN 1 ll fi? il gi Nix - 0- SORORES IN URBE. - .ei X Margaret Boroughs. Bessie Garrison. Margaret Robertson. , 1 Mrs. Will Caswell. Grace Hill. Adele Steiner. Q! XXL, Julia Estill. Helen Hood. Anne Townes. ' 'P Ada Garrison. Mrs. Wilbur H. Young. M SOROR IN FACULTATE. N fix .' 1 NX Mary E. Dunham. S 1.1 1' W N. A 532 A soRoREs IN UNIVERSITATE. . 1 X i irfl 5 Louise Andrews, 'o7, Lottie Harris, 'o8. janie Robinson, '10, J . f, pledged. Fay Kincaid, 'o7. pledged. 1 ' Willette Brown, 'o9. Ethel Matthews, ,IO. Lucile Russell, ,IO. -.V Grace Byrne, ,lO, pledged. Lucile March, 'o8. Susan Shelton, 'o8. F x Bessie Cochran, 'o8. Emily Maverick, 'O7. Hallette Searcy, '10, 'S' KN Cecile Evans, 'IO. Myra Peacock, VIO. pledged if 4' 5" X Louise Evans, '08, Naomi Peacock, '1o. Drew Staggs, ,IO. Helen Garrison, 'o8. Willie Pegram, 'o9. Frankie Steiner, ,IO. Z Mary Gooch, 'IO. Louise Perkins, yIO. Ellen W. Waggener, 'o7. Ji, il ,A -Q: Serena Gould, 'o8. Florence Randolph, 'oo. Sallie Bell Weller, 'o8. 'J 1 - N gi ., if 1 'f l . VV l , J lil if 1 ,W in V 9 I X '7 ,,, K 1 156 " lb , Q. , n V 2 if -1 , ' 1, ' D .,, . Ik 'f W '-5 ,, Z. ,sg-as F dr' 1 - J A1 .1123 1. ,. 1- 1253 , . 'ig ,, 'M ,il ' I q,Y1mIli l If J- . N37 1 4 - 1 - JW N M We .W K' - is! as Z!! if JS.. lv! fx A W Q 'W A LW W' f i if X xifiiw QA. M' ,- fx : HLQQQS N qs. ' XP '-W 1 f X A fb M' ' X ' K ' E VOL- 14- moms. I v 4 1907im 'ns is i M tif 5 if A , 6 . Ia ,, YRNZ SSEL 0 .9 W3 u . W1 V 'LX Af' M Q 3 A : x XXX VAN5 GROW 4 X Q SARC' ,fgilff as J we 5 , M A mxblx .J Q N2 . ' f9':f5ffwf:f,, - ul K x- , MM 9 . '..' X 9 'Q K f 1 i. I i Y I, AN X - 1 X' ' X ai Ky, ' 1 S 'm Y A A7 6 OC P, X "DJ .r X Anoff 'YEUO HR , F 9 .wg " 4' I, X, v' KJ' " .fb 1 , 'if ua n ff? Eff? N U, . " 5 GVAN9 'VDQLV 6000 H ,Q LMT' X. X , .vf if Q15 Z A 3 ' . 'Wi 1 ll 15,74 i IH NT Q fr MA -A Q RW ww woo me Q .KB .M B3 fi QM A 18 X, w , A Q 1 J vw A Sw Q f Rf sf' H2 , . N4 - A , 1 " f '2 ' wi ,-.,.'a-r Q-fy ,A X , 1 JT., Nz ,453 QQ Aefxjq, XML. -- Q1 gigl IJYKYW M KR ,YQ X, Y , gg f ,, f, ,, M 3 X, f vg xsx Q 1 5 Xafxf i f A r If , -! ' f A if I r, T . if 44, Q y !,,YvJf'A, . N A' 1 A f 1, " nf X 'yum ,Aff Xxx' L X Q I '4JQ A - - JDJ M 1:15 gf! :KH-it , .f YQ X KH.. F i iiK 4 W QQ if X?o W - 1 Sv x . a jlll fx F J 1 - ll 1 RX 2 ff ' . 13 l 'f I . .1 X, 'P N42 Ji f I '- 41 . K A' ', N. Q 1 B. A535 1- 1 my ki L55 N X3 ll. C52 A1 li in 1151 fx fa , x C. V, 'v R. ill Ui HA 1 f j X 1 - Cf ,I . X VP , ,- .. ll. S!-15 M' X. f . Prix, We 1 ii ,X ai r' -sr gg QQ "R " , F E94,'.f-- 54-Q. r 1 3: figglxg l XXX HEEIJ- 'SS I? La I '23 5 : 'I 'N V., Il VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. Kappa Kappa, Gamma. Established at Monmouth College in ISYO. BETA XI CHAPTER. u 1 -1. 92 , . 4 qi! C l ll 1 , Q , Established in 1902. 'I' , U! ttf . soRoREs IN URBE. ' Mrs. William S. Bray. Beulah Rowe. Christine Littlefield. Mrs. Samuel W. Fisher. Mary W. Stedman. Eleanor Brackenridge. Helen Olive Devine. Dora Thornton. Fanny Campbell. Mrs. E. R. Buckley. 1 Genevieve Tarleton. soRoR IN FAc-ULTATE. I' e 1 May M. Jarvis. ' 'Q SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE. , Genoa Harrington, special. Mamie E. Searcy, 'o9. May Shelmire, ,IO. 5 , Margaret Runge, 'o9. Abbie Crane, 'o8. Katherine Ball, 'o8. " Maie Borden, 'o7. Camilla Labatt, 'o9. Sarah Meriwether, ,IO. A Florence West, 'o9. Anne G. Stratton, 'o8. Fanny Dealy, 'o8. Annie james, 'o7. Mattie Cad Gardner, 'IO. Marguerite Morris, VIO. l Aj, Annie Ruggles, 'o9. Mary McCormick, 'o8. Hattie Parks, 'oo. A ' Helen Knox, 'o8. Marjorie Jarvis, ,IO. Cornelia Rice, VIO. Annie McCormick, 'o9. Kitty Devine, 'o8. Herma Ujffy, ,I0. ,fl M. Geils Adoue, 'o8. Nelwyn Petty, YIO. Lucy Stevens, '1o, pledged. Flossie B. Gardner, 'o8. 5 47 if 1 14 158 ' pf , 1 11 f A -1 wwf- f ' f 5' VS J "J rv -fflg '- iii' fig " 1. xl? I f- W.-elm: f -2,19 WL."'I Q,-JHQQL ff'gi2:s3f'1- wf . :Af 2 .nf 'Xi .M "AQ ff .l ,md TX Z!! Q M s!91:. 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F53 Wi, x Kenllllkli 'Y FUJI 2' Xb f-. f flfl ali, fa fl' :lf , ll 'fly f I -x f ' 1 fi IJ x.,.- jiif 4 ky I fa f'zfrr ,Am I, I ' W 1 X , 51 ,1 .Q x F .' : 1. . ix, al .. X5 ii ff" t, 'l-oil will ll tb . 9 ll. K jf TR arg. lf? N4 VOL. 14. CACTUS. Chi Omega. Foundediat the'University of Arkansas, 1895. IOTA CHAPTER. Installed 1904. SORORES IN URBE. Fannie L. Montgomery. Helen VVooten Thornton. Georgie Walker. I fy SCRORES IN UNIVERSITATE. Mary M. Giesen, 'o8. Ellen Orine Hilsinan, 'o8. Bessie Hutchings, 'o8. Celeta E. Lewis, '1o. Stella Lewis, 'o7. Marie Rodgers Daley, '1o. Kathleen Lomax, 'o9. Marguerite IE. Floyd, '1o. Bess McIntosh,"'o9. 'lane Abernathy, 'o8. Virdian Alice Barham, 'o8. Marion Louise Bliem, 'oq. Edna Collins, '1o. Rosina G. Collins, 'o9. Annie L. Middlebrook, '1o. Aleta La Le Rugeley, 'IO Betty Smith, 'o9. Bessie H. Thatcher, 'o9. Willie N. Thatcher, 'o9. Lillian Walker, 'o6. Gussie Vlfilliams, 'o8. Janie Wilson, '1o. 160 A r. . ii J Q 'I -N 3 2 fllfq: .refidia-ffj. - 37' 'Wave Lf QQQQX , film, fr, .. ., Kring A ...Q il as M ami dash N' fggxjbw' fill asm 'fix Q15 253 fm VOL 14 cAc'rus 1907. ' v 'wx da 2 Y' sg' - Brasil' tt' V F 'PU Q4 GEL J SMITH W X ff .f fw fl N W ff 33 ' S WI M, Q X . A., QNN1 ml 'L X . is lx rg' 1 N I PK! 'p K 1 I, GH X1 , 54 , '1 R 1 1 LS Vx if N N 'LJ 5 C 1 'lw Xa X4 H V I , 'Q s-V Q: 573' N Wvx rf VU: , M 5 3 if , X1 1 -I D x 47 if G 'f XB Q . :"'-Yi iw- K- I W - 'w'f1 W :A . 1 ,Q ,QR W5 is 'J .151 f'i'S7! l l Nga? X X Z5 - J 1 4 .U .L 4.5 D? ' X - - 47 x W f . , -'X Xfxq 'Ex Q' . f . gn 9 V: C7 -f . ga N VEB ' 'F' t X I ju, I A2 ha ff-1 , x 1 1'j-,jg CXV: A D A4 J , ' ff 'A -1 HQG, ' FSQIX 'RSS '- '33-gg . R-, -,J ,fc ' f ' 'xii' Q Q . qf X A 'I fy., 5, f'f . 1 V f ' ff f 56 .X - fx - , AA - ., ,fe f 5 4 .,, il QQQLFT ffff f -1 , V, 1 f -. Y. t.,-:WV A: 'E I.. X ,- 'U ' 'Q .C . ,4 3 N . .flags " f ', 'T' ' yi C KW 5 gf 8 fb 2 I v . 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'Q S5 ' - ' . - gs- ww A f -,,. Q - 'afk' tak k ' x A A.. . -x I+' Q 'affix Lg ' Mex Q? ' .M 7- , VOL-14. CACTUS. 1907. W is x ,X 5 1 fs "71L'Zf" Agua Q PM 7 A " X I mcg FLAC WS- X N J 3 I VXX: XX TREE4' NASH- Q2 V X x 5, f UX 4' GRE ENN 4RRE u Y Vg: ,- .9- 4. .1 U K : 9 N UUNTP J' ll . 163 . ',, .. 'v ' Q... A-523 5 , 'Q N. ,EJB A f K- K , I-,P ,EZ iffy A 't I :K '2,.'- a5T6T"'xH " 3691, if fl " -, - .ff fag ji 'Q :tn W Sl ' V. 5 1 QQ I., -' - 'My Af' ,Q lx ' xv K I w, N Yi , x MX ,Q 3 Q Q x 'J iw fx . QQW , is Xi .v f d .3 'N Ziyi XE -' M 1-X - X , T? ji' 521 Q fig? "5 . :ITF-v N rg I 1 'Z an 9 id X ' X 'ti is VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907 l R If . . fb fo 'lf If ,4 3 vi ' Q J P X51 5 72535 -Ns ll F xxx 2 is 1, 0 f , 1' XL, 'G 0 5' ilx .- K X lix Qfilm fl: SX! .fl l' W -fx .4 X ? -zijdgf 0 5, X 8 if if it ,, f Zeta Tau Alpha. Established at Farmville, Va., State Normal School, 1898. TEXAS KAPPA. K Established 1906. SOROR IN URBE. Mrs. Chas. Gardener. SORORES IN FACULTATE. N annie L. Caldwell, 'o8. May Hopkins QMedical Departmentj. SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE. Lorena Brown, ,IO. Carrie Goeth, ,IO. Louise Lawrence, 'o9 Milda Connolly, ,O9. Mary Kimbrough, 'o9. Margaret Levy, 'o9. Ethel Cruse, ,O9. Willie Kimbrough, ,IO. Irma Mathee, ,IO. Louise Ellis, ' 1o. Agnes Kirkland, ,O9. Anita Goeth, ,IO. 164 Alma Rather, ,IO. Carrie Reaves, 'o7. PQ 5 'X -A-X 1 ' ', -,:EYLf:- , 12 ,141 5 ,i - Q. ,IW I Af 'f5k l'8r . 1' at 1 312 E55 'S aff' f .2 1 ff' 5 . ZKQ A Q3 n A 33 x s Sp ix 1? 1-:ET 48 fa-:-t3-- Q ,-2 x aj J wx ,N X W guna "W XX l. X "iv" X X Q Tis 5 0 ' ' X if X , VOL, 14. cAcTus. 1907. .5 X ' 52 JK RX 3 E' M59 il W ff? X y 1 I 2 VW? .35 P w ,I awk ga A 'W 1 - - 1 K- I I 5 X Q3 , W MRM N R' 1 . XNQN W ' fl, ,X "" is gy c Q ' K X A 51 L ,fx vb Q: fgjax v X CQ? :J . I jst xb mmf? 4 X- l V SW X lf 165 47 JQ is . 1 ' 5 - 1 f Q! f . "E xii' 45,53 ,nz A i X J W , ,v ,Axis J- A ,ff X614 ff IQ? 5 QV f 5 fqilk fvf Wg fy W ---ff 3: if . fl wmv 204' 'iw fgfib- 8 - n " 'J' if-'Qi H3 . h 4 1-if ga - ,S Z, j - ,W N' "W 21 X it tk f if 21' " li 'ZF' 'S . vol.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907, 'M - N W V4 , 'm :BX l. Q. n In 1255 1 l QB' Alpha Delta Phi. 1 . . 1 W- N - af, 1 1 Established at Wesleyan College in 1851. I , ll A yi DELTA CHAPTER. ,A 5 XXX: . . g 0 X- Established in 1906. 65 . :Q M MQ. fi V X5 ' hi' SOROR IN URBE. 47 E Mrs. Clarence Miller. ' fx . 1 X , x ' soRoR IN FACULTATE. 3 -1 1-F , Mrs. Helen Marr Kirby. 7 NJ X i' - I " soRoREs IN UNIVERSITATE. F Ethel3Barron, ,IO. Alice Douglas, ,OQ. Annie B. Rumple, 'o7. r?! Claudia Brahm, 'o6. Louise N evitt Fant, 'o8. Margaret Slauter, ,O9. W f . N Laura Jewel Davis, 'o7. jean McCampbell, ,IO. Bess Swan, 'o9. 95 1 Lillian NVatl1en Davis, ,IO. Margaret Murff, ,IO. Elinor C. Fulton, ,O9. Q Irene Henry Pettway, ,O9. ffl I 4 s 51 11 . - li I J all 1 Q 'Q tiara. ff ., i P l . 166 Q , . J Cl-i.:N i -N G gx T 'e'5'?3l 1 ,X lfljkf 1' lf- W. - 'iw wi to f . if M . 1.21. all .fills 10' 11 1 ,- I X f A Ei ffm ffiq ' Q W Jar- , :Jw 'Q-, f- . , , . M1 'N' ,Xxx 1, 'A I- G- ll: X J T voL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. lg? N - Wm . E 'X' f ,fi X M 1 5 A ' Y ,CN s ' Xb :AQ-'ii , X1 A ,LEM ' 11 , F2 7 . 59 I gl rg KJ 5 ' All-'LE 54 fuqif QV K Ai! bu X 'ff 'w f .Sf z' X , 'ij IJ K? Q I ' K W3 9 lgalffif 4 Xxx ,j I fr' ', xx 167 af I , Q 5 Sv ., - A f .. pf Af 1 , T' , . A 4 + X ww ff N' 2,-AJ 'LJ X ,., . A 0 011: -- K 'F av QQ 2 - .o. 'ga . 1. H a 1 1 , 1 14. J N I ft - , 1 " , ' f X" aj X '71 'X ' " P, 'i i' .' 3 'I HN 1 X' J 6 ,. fi xx' 'W X9 :Sr X 'asf' X -2 is QQ 1 x . E - vol.. 14. cAc'rUs. 1907, u fi l . , -, . ' RN V f I 2.2 . . 'Sf . , 1 f 1 a E 3 X' Q f1 1 1 L N 1 ' WY . f' f"S I Kp . Q Phi Beta Kappa. . ': ll- ai' , .2 4 ,ay ,NJ Founded in 1796, Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest of the Greek letter Societies. Q'-X2 Originally similar to an ordinary fraternity, it has become an honor Society, pri- I ' 5 iw yate, but not secret. Eligibility, which varies slightly from chapter to chapter, 3 ' J K depends in large measure upon high class standing. At the University of Texas , 'ill lgi, not more than one-eighth of the graduating class from the College of Artsican be 6-3 In 511 xg admitted. ' ggi 1 . . , . . V 7, In 1881 the then existing chapters of Phi Beta kappa, previously independ- ' jd A 1 ,V ent, founded a Union, and since then chapters have been granted only to very Q rg meritorious institutions. Chapters now exist in all the larger Colleges of the -H X' United States, tive being in the South-at Virginia, North Carolina, Vanderbilt, i Tulane, and Texas. I 9 va! The emblem of the Society is an old-fashioned watch-key suitably engraved. 6 xiii .' ir i A0 N ,, rl W. S ce f 9 X, I L , be if ca 31 11.1 . . A ' o 1 Ji Bu ne- . 0 " f x Q? Q 3 Q, .ae ' I1 4 ' I Q N -" U 1 N 'Z me 3? , 17 - V H! w X , I 'if "'. fu, 1 ffm H If X. 1 H , 115, 0, I f ll 168 f ,P yn: . 9 ,ik - 1 g , n 9, ii K -rs' -,J ' I Z: 1-1 x low, ' hs R11 N X Q ,lx - Z- -- RVN fix ' ,Vi , '- ,B M xl -o l , . - . X 1 , , , ,- . 5 Q - ,. Xl 1 1 214 N2 -x aw' -, lf . M2412 144'-BX' "ffN. LJ IM X. 1 -A ' N, P 1 Q if .7 lm 0' 'ix :W 2,5 xx nay- X X is X an . : - X 1 , X -3 VOL 14, cAcTus. 1907. N if GRADUATES OF THE UNIVERSITY WHO ARE MEMBERS OF ALPHA OF TEXAS. , ,H X G 1. it' rfsl 2 dy- XX, S. F. Acree, 1896. Emma H. Greer, 1905. C. W. Ramsdell, IQO3. ,QM . ' Ernest Anderson, 1902. Grace Harrison, 1895. Ethel Z. Rather. A Jessie Andrews, 1886. C. Hartman, 1902. F. Reichmann, 1896. S. R. Ashby, 1904. May Heard, 1899. C. C. Rice, 1897. Lulu Bailey, 1899. C. W. Hill, 1906. Augusta Rucker, 1896. E. C. Barker, 1899. Maclovia Hill, 1892. E. P. Schock,'.1894. '-V' Ferl Flora M. Bartholomew, Nina Hill, 1894. W. F. Shaw, 1902. H 1904. Helen Hornsby, 1895. Morris Sheppard,'i1895. ffl! UK Q Helen Beall, 1892. H. G. Howard, 1897. Maud M. Shipe, 1900. xx, KQH. Beall, 1899. Alice F. Hubbard, 1900. C. L. B. Shuddemagen, ' id ' H. Y. Benedict, 1892. R. Kleberg, 1894. 1902. f l L. M. Bromburg, 1904. M. Kuehne, 1899. Martha M. Smith, 1896. May" ki, Barney Brooks, 1905. Roberta F. Lavender, W. R. Smith, Ph.G., I' Q, ' .' J. W. Calhoun, 1905. 1896. 189-. 'Q fp '- D. Cameron, Ph.D., Edna Leavell, 1905. Harriet B. Smither, 1905. 5 1895. Albert Lefeyer, 1895. H. P. Steger, 1897. M Lillian Carrington, 1887. Florence P. Lewis, 1897. Ada Stone, 1893. 3, 1 " M A Lilia M. Casis, 1895. B. F. Louis, 1895. Belle Stone, VISQS. is K. C. Clark, IQO6. W. F. McCaleb, Nancy Lee Swann, 1906. if W. W. Clement, 1904. 1896-97. -I. R. Swenson, IQO-. '75 Mabel Cooley, 1905. J. F. McC1endon, Gladys Tingle, 1905. ,, N H. L. Crosby, 1901. 1895-97. Flora Thomas, 1897. G. M. Decherd, 1901. Johnnie M. Megee, 1905. R. A. Thompson, ISQB. bb 1. 'Q Mary E. Decherd, 1892. E. T. Miller, 1900. Fanny Van Zandt, 1894. "il A. Deussen, IQO3. W. J. Noyes, 1905. Elizabeth R. Waggener, Helen O. Devine. J. E. Pearce, 1904. 1890. W ' F. J. Dohmen, 1898. D. A. Penick, Ph.D., Elizabeth West, IQOI. X ft -, E. P. R. Duval, 1901. 1891. E. VV. Winkler, 1899. J. F. Etter, 1893. Lena Perlitz, 1906. VI. S. 'Worley 1904. MabelM. Falyey, 1901. Annie H. Pritchett, IQO3. Evelyn B. VVright, infix ,i A Lucy E. Fay, 1901. C. S. Potts, 1902. 1904. gig 5 D. A. Frank, IQO5. W. M. Powell, 1906. ' 'J tif KN-' 6:57, XE . , ,H 169 42,51 X J ' S 'E ' 'i .LL iQ if with N X ,, , 1 ,Q , rf- .' 1 , f ' ' A If 4 1 if . -X f . .W ifslf 6.4 Q A H. J 'P .,, YM I "rag "E , Q ff? Q1 1 Q X ff If VO'-' 14- 'S In in -1 A f I A ? CACTUS- J V! Q H 1907 4 A aJfXM1i1y! YJ if fir Ng if 35 '4 X, NX 4 A ff Cx C K iq figs WHLX5 if Wifi? 1 45 5 su Nw . few 5 P 4 'cf , -K. 3 W M Ng, 'G Q QR W 553, K 'X iyaylm 456 Ng Y if I '4' , A Wmflx M 554 S0 Ld ,Q fi ,fjwf f giwixx ff ,Xf2i1Ef' .fn fl, Q if ,S elif J 5 J b 5 170 A 'U 1 ' 'S , ,, Q .. , Q ff XM :iffZNQ2 vb 'D "'A'?' J 2 fwf- ' UZ!! X ,ffl f Q 1 ,Y , rs ' 7 , f fl Wbfxff VN 3,99 ff 'QQ , I U , W ' V , - gr, 1' ' - 15' 41. Q .A . x' . ' . 'YF "" ' 'V . 5 1 '-. ' -fn ' - ,J fx. an - . ' , 4- A V . ' c if A - -1 .- -- - . .mf ' W "5 1 ' ' r '-.4 R P . I - h .u I I. I 6,5 ',.,' 4 9 'IAQ I-is ,A ,X 1 f 1 1 ' 'fn 1 5 6 " kj , , ' 5 I .in . S Y 03: :,l'i 7.':'. Ax' 'e J lx J' 4 'ik v 9 r ' Y W ' 'NJ '- ' S .I I, r '? X e 4 P J li l 'Q its 'f 4 O I . M., 1 l -:V -u d 'I' , ., ' Wg- K .QE . ' f - ' h . 0 .. , , ., -' It--I-. v In QQ' sy' 1 . " , I ' !.'7 j f .fl L, V .. ,. . ,, I "" ' , 11' A, . J P 'V' 5 ' 4 Q"'t Q x. :L s I at K ' 3 ff . X :Q n - A I ff . w A i I ' O tl L5 Q ' f mf , I ll, If -I '-.1'f"'+ 4- 'Rf' "3fFX.9f':."- s.I'U-7 170310 ' 5 KJ. ' I s r n 1 Us et 3. 44'-,'1. 5 O 'gf 1 sth ra ! ,"',f- , li. . Q ' ,JD ' 5 . 'R . v, 1. K D xv .zru ,. awk!! F K W1 , y. L, if V " 'E P I f. vi A , ! . V 'fr .I .Qi 'e,. 'sgx - 'L zu? .13 , 'Q 1 I-o. Y'-.q's5.:' " Y ' v mums M JLINUIQHUWN PIPUGPM www EMBM ,UMlHM"'lH J U Q f M , Mmm? FIIINNLG. ETHE1. WUUD. M fix X NE EQ Q 2, M 4? T 14. X voL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. 'X If A ,X . -J x t X QAW- A A 1 .EA D. , me Q J F ,,, -' 1 K 2533 3 GX? -if - fw ,XIX N V : f ff M 1. ,gn N ' tg V . uf 1 Fax, il , re f 1 iv ' ,KE I. r . 5 , 55 If ' wmgiy ' WW r : NXXJ QKL 'X' M5 is N5 kk 22 LP gf' fx Q 0 I+ ai! 1. 'H Adum NM , A M .Q X A WII.I,ETTE BROWN. ,I 035 , fig sl ,J VG, . 1' 4 xr eff 9 Q Wi , da ' nl I, , x: 72 If ' ii! 1 J F3 gg' V fi Q12 .f?3:f?3' - 'Q ,1,Q?r. 53 w an W if f A' Mm ,ww ..m-VJXT mf N' .ha 'xA Jff f - J fp Cyvx- pfxf -1, 'N If i :xx K r!i A A--A , fx, I IF 1: . if 3'.bX Xf,2fvN.i5y3955x if Q is gn N mf VOL. 14' CACTUS. 1907- N X I 3 QQ? ' . S. . 5 1' X 531 Nl X ii Q . M - x , K ANNIE LORENA BIIDDLEBROOK. E. I if , ,I J' Q, 173 :XG ' ff I . , Rf, ' , T 'GY K ' if 7" f Z Hi! -' u .Jy I if Jw 'X MJ' ,Q ,W . ff ' ffgfx' ill., ,A 4, -.,, . , A- A ,.. .-..........--g.-,, 1 1 5 K i 1 l H l 'Q ff , kb Y x, J Q ,L .1 x Q .U g Eff xv W .s Aqj , 53. - f -H gym XL X yu f r i KN Q5 'P K N1 ,Audi X' ' is Q 4 ,X N P" fx X VN! l, , 'A uv J L ,, E127 2. I: Y 1 if 1. .nj 'X 3 'r an glib MAX? w 1395, 3 y, ,X I vb XX 1171 3 if fc . , '?fQZi91l5 KM N149 Sl ' 5 VVTQ --QE Lug iff" , 5-H193 x 1 ' QQ flQb - ' 011 Wfgxf 1 -'S f 1 M 0 I X - X iv R A2 in X an ' I " :X V' xxx , X 5, 1 QXU ffiwg ff 5 Q-0 1' Xi' r VOL- 14- cAcTus. 1907 'X ,1 'Ya L4 V, gy 2 I fi 'Pu x AX! .N 22332 di? , S V J 13, H? Elm, X3 Y nfl M LD' x 'N X fig I J Xa. u fb W. 54 1 V: XXX? f':9 I X, .. A Gif 9141? irq! x f Kr? X KHP 2 ll VQJE f x V N if .F . y, ' 1 iii C! "H , X' ,X f V n QL rj' n WX fi f:,:73fi?'.' ' , A ,ug 2: K I 4 , . ly , .,,, Q Q J . BIARIE STREETER. 174 Ari Ya if? A ' 9 N , f .N , A V JMJX: mf X42 231 fx- .,..w'lX ifqf . ., ui, I I OW ' I . w 'U Q Ni.: , .. jkQ,'iQL :l k Z ' . I. 'wi -522. , 2 A-L 4 , X- .rf 1 . 'fix' 07. W .tx F fi' 'g 'u 1 2 N -3 I 4 1 ' 2 I M3 X jx '4 gp 'J 1 X eff 8 ffl yu J I 2 If fm WS riff mf , O 03-I x 4-13,4 V ,-3 N ?-W gf X. ff Q '-if 1 X 'N gs L is uf X 1 A ' N. voL 14 cAcTus. 1907. ' Q2 f 5 sz b 5 9 1 ' X' V n ' , .. . . . -LM fi ,- A fx, -- , . 9' J'2'9-,Q 561 X L 3 if ,A ,Q m v- My M ' --1 v-vw Zz f ji" . .- 4, 4 ! rf . . K 7' 1 If EQ 45? ,Ji ,P Q 3' R K 4 ww mx : 5' 9 i n ,f A go", N5 X : XX 0 ll P f i AXX : X x 'P A 12 v y ,Jax ' P CORNELIA R1cE. UL , 2 I 0 175 W3 5 , N Q - 35 fbzfjf' I, gg? ww fm wi. if Q - i,f241f. .'f'- . S X 'f,. -ab' , 0 iq 'QA 4 J-y' ' 'mix JSF Wm Ag X: X iQ ,X ,. 2+ J Yu, Ngyxz 5 Yi L 'X ...Jn , . .1 ' Y X 6 3: if N ' R A - C5 a ? K Wi .5 X- fl 5 A L 1 N9 QQ 035 , 5 A ,J W Q A e7 .PQ ' A s 'f 259 f' 'xygjlf I :Z-EN k , r ' - X , . w 4k J N um iv Y in 246 Lf' ' .T iw. 3 ,5' J 5 1 ,X on xx ff N ' ' ZL?:..2 .. jd-X -J A I 3. ,-C-' I ' if , W ,N f I ' K' ,ax , R qbfx 'I - in 'I Nl ' N2 N 4 A - - X wffw JC A ff .' gffffw ZKYQ M " 2 vol.. 14. CACTUS. 1907 ' A g, 51, 4 E-'Y iv' ' '-- ' "' ' "' " 1 is I lt"1 -L.' ff- 4 is 1 . F -11 N Es 0 f K x n' as P N 5. G S , W is l 1 ' .sv if 'li' 7 xl I. wi W we V- M gi, L 'P K . I Q I, NH X s W - S '1 X ,M V I, ,X - ' Q 5 ' .Q 5 , A E9 ' V , , I ' , x A- IJ I U OLLIE PREWITT. X Af . fa , 95 'A f .0 5.1 1 X gg A 176 7 A A ' 'L ' 1-5. 3 : Q e "fc " A 's-. L 5 ' 1 9 J x . . ' . 'wr ,K X J I Q 0 ,X : fl , 1 fn . I7 Rig , I: 1 VEHQ Q' 'QQN .. if X9 fs N X ss EN Q. M- , S fi M N51 H3 UQ X Y 17' 6 Q " ff? 177 " ff ' I lx MX f VOL. 14. cAcTus. 1907. X 951 X 1 Q .N XX 5 fi bi Q X A X X y X V X x is A X 4 . EEL Ei 5 va Q I axf ' 5 BQ X. , A 'J' fx ATE' ' fr , 'ae Tk?" -PJ' fifn 'Xlflw if if? W CMX fffwb u XX WVU : ' JK, , N I ,Cir W WX '- J , l Hg rm if fl I -ak 3 N I X :J-' - 'MP , W r W 65 XX C is f , N hut--RN ' KX gpff S.- z, Y X xi T1 ,ky jf X-,X . -A rf , N fm ' 43 wixfx P W' X nv 'X- Q , I X1 I w .ft iilu' W X ' wifi' 45465. X' XX r I A V gf gf , l- K 23 ff S +1 ,fyflw 54 ' 5 ug 'JS " Ms- cg' jr-4 Q ' -:z Ni ' 'J' ' -' 5' ' ' A Wife' "Zrff'Nf X ,N Mit 'T f E i Qi-ff' " 'N Yi in i N, rf Q iff . .ii , - T55 , X "', A Tri' nf: -+5 voL. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. The Rustic Qrder of Ancient and Honorable Rusty Cusses. I 'A 1 4 N, o1fF1cERs. ,Ji Landlord, . .- . A. L. TooMBs. 7 HK Ove A K K af' , rsecr, . . . . Cf. C. COLE. V ttf' bf Cottoneweigher, . C. C. TRLlITT. K fd Storcfkcepcr, J. E. QUAID. HCITSCUCT. . W. STOCKARD S T , Pigaslopper, . . W. B. RIUNSON Roustabout, Scorr BROWN X i Wateraboy, . . E. G. CALLAWAY. ff' Plow-shaker, .... . M. BIAINLAND. A Cf Cow-juicer, ..... . E. DE BQGORY. Correspondent to Tlzc Pmlzuzk Ilkickly, . . T. -I. BALL. XC. REUBENS . Q D G., I . I I C29 Atkinson, jno. Cook, james. Lipscomb, E. P. Smith, C. O. ii!-Cl . Ball, T. NI. Crawford, L. C. Lumpkin, F. E. Smith, R. R. - Blakeney, T. A. Davis, C. S. Mainland, M. Toombs, A. L Q Avg? Brown, Scott. De Bogory, E. Munson, W. B., jr. Truitt, C. C. 'A pf Mx Callaway, E. G. Elder, H. VV. Perkins, C. Wagner, L. id ' '71 Callaway, C. Emmet, Chris. Quaid, E. Webb, -I. G. -V . , Christian, T. T. Feldhake, L. H. Stevenson, C. W. Wood, R. A. A p ,J Cole, G. C. lones, A. H. Stockard, W. IG X X, h il X' 1?-Q '1 THE RUSTY CUSSES. -. ff, , the Rusty Cusses is continuin ther growth and general advancement at the Aff Ng same old speed as in past years. f- ' 'f Reubs at the university of texas would seem to be out of place, but they have S I got an idea that a man's mind is jest like a crop-if it is tenid right it will make ' QW X more, so they are here tendin ther minds so as they can make more out of 'em. mfli u , as usual, they are cultivatin frendship with all the folks they meet, and in 'Y XX, f general, they are a naborly set: and as long as they git along as well as they are at L' ,, X' present they don't give a darn if corn is worth six bits a bushel. old Beck is as fat ,l :gg as she ever was in her life before, and she is gittin spryer than ever. '-' the imitaters of the Reubs that live down at College Station has got some new- F, l L fangled notions in ther heds this year. i they want to wear a band around ther , 'gl rx : arms. that may not be no harm, but it seams to us that the common old rist- L X bands wore at log-rollins ought to be enuff gear of that kind for 'em to ware on fi ther arms. .v 4, we had a whole lot of talk a while back about Bailey. a good many sorter ' xiii' li, A fineahaired fellers come out from town and made speeches about it. we Don't J Iii ll know nothin about senaters and things of that kind, but we mean to vote our sin- FJ j-1' F 'lb timents and werk our own crops and tend to our own business, and if that don't if ' 'if suit Bailey nor the others nary one, they 'll jest have to take ther medersine and ZS? stand up under it. if Crops is fine in our parts now and prospecks is good. plenty of hands has J .L been floatin through the country this spring, so everybody are up with ther work. ig-Z If X' the picture man fooled us into watchin for the bird to Hy out of that little If 9 old box of his again and took our picture, so that you will have a chance to see us is jest as we are startin to werk. W f Y' Q 178 " Q 'Q i . ,il I -' G K .1 . r X' ,sic F5 5' Q ffffir tv I til .affix-3, - A 5' TQ. Yu N , , . ,V . ,ffm pf if KRW I Q. JP! 'X WT 7 571' ' IS! I i MQ? KN Q ww? gg 2559 Q . - . qw , W f 'xx- J YM Q if-11 5 gk an '69 fhggifxga ' Wfxx X' xl 'M VASXR ,Vs xix v ,: 1 4-V bk E: , ff ' ,A ., Qi , N XX '- .zz . !D4,,X5 I," "Tlx: I!! :dx JM I 'x ll ' .B - 0 .-4 H 'W vol.. 14. . ' CACTUS. 1907. X XA ff xv: J, xy rf 1 QE df N2 X t E at u 5 E X W 13 Nb 1 'J ff' CE X x 9 2 'f 1 A A X 5' 3 Y: EI r . 5 fm' 9 E U, Smlgl J y ' 'I' .if gg -,, Nm .gi XX X5 .C -J - 0 E9 ' 5 fi? Q G I ' Eu, ,G Kwik? xv XA 2 2 . 1:4-3 A J Ma!--K I 44 NT! K Q 0, A X 5 ws , 4 X U r 3 F W V O 1 5 Z2 f . 5 I 2 ' . nu '- 3 A .1 X P559 N 5. Q NX. . U 'S ' gl Q ,fx X f 1 4 X X' ,gb fa X X , . 2 ff?- U ' 1:15, X5 xy ' 'N SQ 1 179 KW X TX A N -N ' N . - X 5 1 .-. " ,, . J .y I I , . l x f , , I -, K' as -. - I N. X p ,Q 1 x IW' gf L. A - k ' - LVD! X LQ . - I f gall . Ia XX- f' mfg Q 'G y 143 34 - - I fa Q Mrs. voL. 14. CACTUS. 1907 if ii ,X . - 2 ?NLg, P. E. C. Roll. 3 . fig, Q ,' , C. J. P., K. C. MILLER. .fi J. P. L., . . H. B. SEAY. j. P. R., . T. L. TIPTON. J. P. P., . . J. L. STANAGE. Q ,V K. F. 81 S.. . P. Y. CREAGER. X M. E. at o., J. V. PATTERSON. 'D I. D. S., O. D. S., . . Kilim BRUTEs. 9 Yi ' A L. H. Lacy. t K. Krahl. C. H. Hastings. L. S. Goodman. W. M. Conly. ll V. Lieb. K. Barnes. ii N f Bill Bailey. c. M. Joynes. 1- 3 C. W. McClelland. . R. B. McBride. H. U. Rhodius. M. Browning. Guy Borden. Bob Richey. J. P. Cox. W. W. Batchelor. W. F. KRAHL T INY EDWARDS Roy Rather. V. U. Hendrickson S. Baldwin. H. A. Beckwith. E. A. Stevens. W. R. johnson. A. L. Harris. Bush Wofford. 11 ,, it' -X9 The origin of the P. E. C. has always been regarded as antedating the Chris- . P tian era. But researches by eminent scientists have proven that far back in the Q4 dim and misty past of the Pleistocene and Miocene, when man first appeared upon ,e the earth, the P. E. C. was a flourishing and necessary institution. As man grad- gg 43' tially gained in intellect and passed through the stages of savagery and barbarism, , K7 X " and history began, the P. E. C.s were always in the front of action. In the ruins ' f, A of ancient Babylon, of Rome, and of Athens, and in those colossal monuments of .1 N. the Pharaohs on the banks of the Nile, have been found tablets, inscriptions, and ' F39 rolls of papyri handing down to us the gallant deeds of our illustrious predecessors. pA Through the darkness and turmoil of the Middle Ages the order survived. And 17 A Columbus, when he landed upon the coast of San Salvador, founded the first W5 American branch of the order, although many historians assert and present G abundant proof that it was already established in our own land at the time. But it remained for the students of The University of Texas to bring it to its present V, it , state of perfection. Its qualifications for membership have been strengthened a ny .5 year by year, and members of the order are to-day leaders in the onward march 12 L x of progress. I I I i h 1 Disgruntled outsiders have at times endeavored to smirch its fair name and S character by such appellations as 'tPool's Election Cub," but these are beneath - is notice, for none who have seen or heard the mighty Adrian thundering along the lift Wg. corridors of B. Hall, with the vengeful body in hot pursuit, can see the fitness of ii f - X ' 1 1 .J x , this appellation. 1 ll The P. E. C.s have at all times endeavored to deal out justice with a single E FQ. hand, all assessments being "divided by onef' and administered with equal vigor Q-fu by the High Sheriff. Many came and all were paddled and sent out in the "usual M .- l if way. " W The order of the P. IE. C.s bids fair to wax greater in strength and vigor. as 25 ,p time rolls on, always living up to its motto, "Sic Senzfver Ty1'c111111'.v, Nux Voiizzca, lfvlly flf11t'." ,,. " il 130 if 7. y , W t T CQ! X! . Nj gp, figs Krjijijifg A Q23 - F65 if f cfjdi' 51 w. '- I X -3 5 -fl ci .-1 -.-4 GJ LJ 1 sg 4- 52' im -VYQQEZKX J- lgfkm, WF' :NSI V ,wi I UI gl' X If. XS. gwigw i X ,r Y X A ' t Q N J l,, , K M - 1 . 'Sip Hi , ,MVK 'Ax n IG- QIMR N' . A. 'LP W is N X ' X ' 07' . X Ni: " 'Y W ll IX, . 4. '5 VOL 1 cAcTus. 1907. X23 W - + +-- - --ml 1 , X if ' , . EQ 6 W DL E JA: ' D-4 - 4 .: nl R E .. E3 - S -71 " ,c 5 1 3 U X' 3 3 1 ,A '34 ' A-,X X : r: 3, f H .M ' , X QT 2 gym if fd My . . " 2 - E N W b l nfl 5 J N 2 MA' 1 A' V .- ' 5 is 2 'Zi 'O K 1 a E I-1 l Q: if I , X xy 4 , - 2 7 5 5 5 if '- a gl NWN v E 5 5 ' Xl O . X, N , 5 : LiF?9 'x ' rl: Aw X Q 3 wiigig - . . , ,gf J .O ,Q X y 5, , Q15 - 5 Ei Q: N- 255 5? 5 N V fix Q ISV gxiiw' -' A 47 JN? Q' g Q A '- 4 N ' - , ' -3 A . V in Q f J ip' , P f'x5fV f' QM' . .fwv W? 'TSN K X X Ax 'J M W W Nw fi ' -fn: 135 sw . 5 i Ya INXK f 76 arf i v, Vx! JDK L UVL VM ix, Q! ' M ' CWA Q5 Efif X-5 JJ! Zia '9 ' A A Q QJQYQ :ig-ff'4'X " J I ' 30 ' V . ' 7.132 :dbg-' H 5 Q Aging- L M1553 'E ' :L .: , ex X2 .W X . Y dy A :J . is Q . 1 xx A Q vol.. 14. CACTUS. 1907. . x ' W7 - If if .Pwr gf? W lf' ,l X E ' ffl, X Capitol Club. K X . , .Q 5 Q A cadcmic. JL . 1 3 - W. M. Barnes, B.A., 'o8. W. B.'Gibson, B.A., 'o8. W. B. Hicks, B.A., 'o6. Gif 'K J. W. Calhoun, B.A., 'o5. W. L. Glascock, B.S., '04, F. H. Newton, B.A., 'O7. gf Nil E. G. Gary, B.A., ,O7. M.A., 'o7. W. P. Walker, B. A., ,O9. . 'tg M '41 Law. . 2' A 2- L . 'V ! - -' L. W. Parrxsh, B.A., 'o6g F. M. Ryburn, B.A., '07, rdf ' LL.B., '09. LL.B., bs. ' T. M. Rector, B.A., 'o5g H. Weinert,'JB.A., '08, ll 4 LL.B., 'O7. LL.B.,j09. ' X 'X 7.5 Engineering. I j. Y. Bone, bs. N1 M. Mainland, E.E., 'o9. ,gf .5 2: A M. M. Pearson, C.E.,'o8. L P ' L. R. Pietzsch, E.E., ,O7. A ? if ., B. M. Woods, bs. of - ' fi irq 3, ' 035 . lr 4 ,J W 4 cy A 'f " liff. rs. L 56 182 Q D I. 5 .af 'i 1 B 2 ,M f.-ff . 1 - 'N 9 . Q fa' ffaia W 56" " 9 u 1?X NA F ' lf' x L ' ,JAH . Off me ' P , X X- x 2 X K 5 X X '-1 t 'I Q , V- ff V, QAXHX .fx A ,ff gf an Q W 9 . ? . vol.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. twvby Y Y M Wi ,, , Y, Wi W N 4 E 5 N 9 If X 159 . Lg, X A Wi, .Q E , NS ' Wi -P1 1, Q3 5:-N , ,c Xl ,, P N f I-,'L M JB, -, xx. '73 0 Xa Xi' ' U Q2 mink fi' 'P X f a 1 u XM-y lk, ' M 1, 3 Q, 'X 4 " ' 1, , 'Rf " Q ,. . Q, P754 A . QS: ,M x. I IT. 0515 J :Jr ' RE ffm .S , Zigfik Q. Q 'Q' wx N: 185 47 ' X' - 'FX13.ff'j?g' :gf fi? --x 1 I I. I f . Q Q. L-er-ji., ..-3 fa :-15, .7 - ' F 4 ' 'e ' '. x " 1. '- ' . e i 'ff I 'I-1 X - J - , FN J -.1 .. 0 if - X MX 51: ea iv A an , x.. voL. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. E is l ' X University German Club. Sy, l N :iq K XX 3 ' OFFICERS. P1'c.v1'fli'11I. l'z'ce-President. B S CC1'Cf0l'Jf-T7'ga Suyey. 'F ,YQ I First Term: Second Term: First Term: Second Term: First Term: Second Term: f X H. H. Svrrox. C. J. Nnsnr. A. G. WYNNE. HoMER WROE. T. D. Conas. M. E. MONTEITH. i f '75 -T 4 I2- N MEMBERS. , ill x . LQ Ammerman, XV.-B. Estill, Ally. McGee, Robert. Ruggles, Dan. Kr , Abbott, C. VV. Eubank, J. J. McCutcheon, Currie. Robertson, H. P., Jr. ,Qs Alexander, S. C. Edwards, G. G. McKean, Howard. Sears, George. , Bailey, Arnold. Ferguson, E. F. McKean, Lonnie. Sears, H. P. Q Bailey, Tom. Fulcher, R. G. McMeans, Howard. Shelley, George. X: Baldridge, J. R. Gardner, Keslie. McMeans, John. Smith, Raymond. g, 9' Barclay, R. D. Giesen, Walter. McAlester, Walter. Smith, R. R. - Bickler, Harry. Gilcreest, O. F. McBride, Robert. Stayton, Robert. "' , Bickler, Max. Giles, Camp. Monteith, M. E. Stephens, George. - L J Braly, Clifford. Goodman, Leon. Moore, Harold. Stephenson, J. C. fi? 2.4 X 3 Brandon, George. Gould, John. Miller, K. C. Stephens, R. M. , O N3 Bryan, L. L. Graves, Ireland. Mitchell, F. F. Stokes, Fred. . Booth, Fred. Greenwood, Ireland. Muse, J. C. Stone, Albert. ' '13 Botts, T. B. Griffin, W. Morrow, Tarlton. Stone, H. L. ' V IJ Burger, Ballard. Gunner, M. B. Morris, Harold. Sutton, H. H. ?' Butler, John. Garrett, W. D. McClellan, Geo. B. Stanage, Jack. hi 9 Butler, Tom. Gannon, Clair. Moodie, A. Sparks, R. B. 1 Burke, Wilson. Hamblin, V. B. Moore, Perryman. Smith, C. O. Brown, J. G. Harris, A. L. Mathers, G. S. Tarleton, D. B. U' Brown, J. C. Henderson, Lucien. Newton, W. H. Teagarden, B. W. C. ,lx Borden, Guy. Hill, Harry. Nibbi, J. C. Thornton, A. M. Af X' Caldwell, Ballard. Hogg, Mike. Norrell, Geo. Thompson, William. ' ' - X Caldwell, VValter. Hudnall, Oscar. Nolle, R. M. Tobin, Wallace. 5 i 13, eafiock, R. L. Hamilton, w. B. o'C0nn0f, Robe Towns, J. C., jf. " ' 'X Chapman, F. H. Holden, T. S. Ogden, Ira. Townsend, R. F. gl. 'J I Chance, G. G. Huyelle, L. C. Pandlcton, Ned. Turner, John. 99 1 Chappell, S. Hunt, Gavin. Parks, J. Tipton, T. L. L' 5, H' Clarkson, William. Isaacs, Burford. Philpotts, W. Temple, Bernard. 5 ,x 3 Colquit, R. M. Jacoby, Louis. Pleasants, A. W. Villevaso, E. J. '- L ' Cosby, Rodman. Jones, W. B. Plulter, P. W. Walden, H. M. P N, J Jl Cobbs, T. D. Johnson, Wilbur. Potter, H. M. Wallis, Joe. I Q ,fy Cartwright, Holman. Johnson, Clabe. Pope, Alex. Walker, Claire. ' ' .4 X Darroch, J. C. Johns, Glover. Pruitt, Harry. Walker, Roy. f3 ,h Dorst, J. P. Jones, Elbridge. Raymond, Fred. Watson, Joel F. 9 Davidson, Vlfilbur. King, Alwyn. Rather, Roy. Webb, Hugh. ' Dayis, Jno. A. Key, Hobart. Rhodius, H. Williams, F. R. if fig: . De Bogory, Gene. Kendall, Clarence Richardson, L. V. Wilson, McGrew. affix ls' F . Dillingham, Lynn. Kerbey, J. C., Jr. Richey, H. M. Wright, Hugh. "5 'J' Dinsmorc, John. Kerbey, McFall. Robards, Chas. VVright, Marion. H V 5' 1394 Dixon, R. F. Kleberg, R. M. Robertson, Ben. Wooley, C. V. ' rg' Duncan, Q. B. Lockridge, Loyd. Roberts, Jarret. Wynne, A. G. I l Duncan, F. B. Lothrop, Hugh. Robinson, Oscar. Wolford, Rush. g-ff G5 N' Duncan, J. G. La Prcllc, Jolin. Robinson, R. VV. Wroe, O. M. .1 Ilyi-r, Fritz. Lacey, R. H. Rochs, Paul. NValk, F. H. "', llivlqrnrsoii, F. R. Matliews, J. J. Rowe, Homer. Webb, J. R. da 3' l 184 ' : 2 - ' -1, -. -1 -mi ' 5' U, - ' TVB 5' i f-iff sv ' .12 fig' as ,. 'Y 2. '?I53 AFXQN, K xx ,lv ' rf, NWJQX5 I1 ,,5fNfp Q I 1. X ' X ' .fe 11 X - ff 'mmf 'Huff ' J Ah' aww' 31-'fx fl: I 'A 1 E Nr I 4 x v ' '5' 'F' NS- 'Q-, -rl I eq' I C C S O C Q o -.', 9 I v.. lr bA'l -, .f . l .' .-S. Qu 2 v I K 4 it v r- Q0 Qin?-a .13 .- . F vkrx A34 . F Ft V . M Wm wr 48 W n W f ff' - I 7 'Kill N .30 fx 'X . fw .N .7 ,, 'IQ . ,W , v 305' N :S N if R :Q ' in 424' ' ij? W von.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. . r r r rr .4. r r N m Q-L I. riff, QX :ARE Cl r ,A S ,yqjfftxw r n n nn n - .fa ,, e o 6 xxx : X ix . A J 9 - Q - ff' r W N L 'V K ' f 5 EL . Chief E-nqinecr. 'max 92 WF.KYOki- fig xx war, organized about ine Ifl57'VU'flCf',f 9400- ,f:.fm,? year 5000 BJ... by one We Be'cKW"'H'X' fwfr Cheops, a noi-ed engineer my Nofe- KGCPQ-Y gf of W6 fume. If has PY' Crea-96K 0:7 N. numbered .Suck CYYHYIP-M' - paXma5+eY' 'M Q pnvgonngej among R5 mem Soo! Browq, 61 A bers as Qrcknnqedes, Julius Axmaq' 'fx Caesar, Siv Chas. Lgll, Sir i , L-"Y LOCY- fb x C,lqr.5h5pher Wrenn, aol'5,0f 3 Q Qodmegn' , 45 budge -fame, and Theodore X 3 Rob-:rf H- USC , XX, Roo.5eve.H'. If is df Presenf' ' Chas' W' Con rad' JS F X Corvxrooseol membersdfme WOl+Cr Conley' 4' Q Unwersily o Texas Engmecrj I , Glas '047. Hs membersh-b ' ' ' ' . Q is leaf-fied +0 'Cwe,nfy,0'1d WS i LFQNJS' Qeofxdefan ' , 35. X 'Webs many 90004 men ou 5 2 Iqxurra land Yi as of number who '10Vebe"" C 9 Cm." at H 5 I 'Hflufwb fac,KedA-for member- ' l 'VIC dim A X.-JN . M W Def-H1 + -f-rss, ':1f.:v.f......, n .1 and DOM M6265 'O "Yeo" 5 -J-B' Hmmsofx W V Vacam-,ues m Uxe YONKS, I CA ' 'Fi 'Q Hn 5 " H Rvvxon Wxese are. TU-Taylor, I GQ5' 05 ,mfg .I , ., Z E.C.l1.gani'el, and 5+anley 2 Geirej 'Elves -J' y . 1 . - I ' ,A . Fmnch. Q C-E.5C.og9-Yrs. ,x 2 behevess 'Q 7 I E D r C ,, ',, .X a?pg.na1 a+f,cfi+wh.-.ri-+ A 1 ' ' U 'X 'M' 55: vJil o e. mb Q00 'On ggf, "fn Q Creaie Une Sironqesf' f 5 J Q up IYYIPYQS 'On 'gb 5 . f X xx, x L I Af4yg:1j 1 l' I f ri KAL X 1' fig, oh' ,W AD!f"R'xX f' I HF Y X L :Z B 135 fsf !3f Q RL ' lf!! 5 ', 1 .4-X -5 - MQ fn ' 1-Q 1 .rs J. ' ' lv, X '.5'?,"1, K Q .. J :D Lg,-.J - .3 X, 1. X. - HL NA-fly R X N f 1 'N r M A WN 95 M 51 G 'i 9 X NW N r ff, l ly ,A cy fy 13 ' 1--'fffAN rf W' 'W .VC f ?'ff'NL4 ifx' QL -1255.4 f sf ' me -- 2. E34 .- 0- S. YC T .. Y 5 52X ' 'h A A it l 4 5' K Qu 1 1 A 1 .Q -Q my X-,lg n ?" i i 'Y D fr .. X f . s Q 5- 'V 9-' 5.2 5 E C 2 fs. ' 9' We S ' 4Qa....-,-41-ea... , , , l . .. . ' 'Sf ,L ' V ' ' . n . ' ' 1 . ' 1 . ' ' S if' .J K! klaud Labatt Sea y Stratton. Park March Abu anne' Nash. Adoue Devine, Hin Shelton. Brow! Crane. Glbts . .34 ' J L'--,L . ., 2, Rabbit-Foot Club. . -. A :E E ' MEMBERS. fix, Leda Nash. Willette Brown. Agnes Kirkland. Hattie Parks. Dolly Bell Rutherford. Sue Shelton. Camilla Labatt. Janie Abernathie. 'Q :' -,Iv fZ'73i,v Grace Hill. Lucy Gibbs. Mamie Searcy. Lucile March. Kitty Devine. Abbie Crane. Annie Gannett Stratton. Geils Adoue. - gil 'W' -.I 5-. Y- "' ., Q nb 8 -1 Q, -X - SS-Qi' , f-Ewa! f D X 6,5595 it I ' I la. QQ. T S 596 ,fi , 4 ,fs is 'Se K -V 2 'ws W ' -' ' L 4 H' iff' 'M W ,. 1 . V QM -5f..f.-.,,,g.-J I A f Sihiiias Q X cs J T Sf -MDXJ Z I. A J , 1 ,,. , U. I .9 I N, , v 5 p. ' I MFL 'I , .iw I Tggs-34 PJH' my ' 'gf' f , . - L, .Ir A . 1 Q, .U ' U q ' 'G fy C . Nr '. . l . 0 I D- 5 . A-1 'f -VY I XL .sh ' ' .N 1 rn A ff '.. , , ' -. ' ' .JA .A r - MV W 1 'nn fr! 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Y , . fwy i ,L fi, tl! ,' Q'-Q1 ' " L . 4' 'ms QV 37 " 'N ' " ' ' ' 4' ww ' ." ':'4'-1 ll-'Qu 0 L, A 'W 2' 'mfr A mfef' +4 - ' f-iw 42' W . 6?-XX L14 FH? , G. N mx -NSR Y. QW lygiqlk MAF g T, ,Q 'TF 4, x4 '25 fvfx ' 74 voL. 14. CACTUQ. 1907- ,N NX!!! M J! 'Q -MZ 'S if ul 187 .JUQ ,X Wfl J' 534 ,gy 4 YQ f ,,, V 'f .U 'Q Qgvqx ff' Ev?-1 ,mf ' U 1 'AJ .1 J., ,j JX,,Q Rf, ,Y WE U A ' 1 1 ,ag .M I Wx O4 W :Sf ,Qs ,, W fi V IJ 5 ll vi fi Ty? 43" 'lgqj 'N ,Mm gif' 'KU .fx . tem 1 Q, 'o I , N, ww ,J X My A, P x ...JN , . V . M 1' ,I J 47 v b xx ' " x X. 259 X. Q1 Q' . TV, R . rf A A L 3 - I 'X '15 3 QV IJ gffi S 4 89 I 1, 'I Nx' W3 rg g X 7 M Jgimw g -Y I I 1 ,Alf X C 5 it? Q - , C555 ' ff W X Q " I-' -' ,V , K QK "fn, x, x. Nt Y Q X1 r J fa 952' QW?-im 'ggi' ' 48 92. .. ALB- ' ga .-S s .1 .A ' TQ ffl.-. fi, E3 . ff . -1 ' .A as 9 ix? 0 X 'if X A 'S . in i 'I ,X -.' 'K 'X x vol.. 14. cAcTus. 1907. "i 5 X1 1 . 4 , X A Xl' hr NX,",yll:' ff xg - 5 .f, W L ,. Texas EHg1DCCFS, Stag Banquet. K X - ff . L5 5 ja A QE T GX? November 22, 1906. Q! . 1 'f-T eggs la -li 9, .Z 1 his K 2. x . o Il ', V TOASTS. - Z3 . DR. H. Y. BENEDICT, I, x , I 'Jil 'Q 9 Toasfmasfvff. y , 1 'if' l "Live Things in Toombsf' . A. L. Toombs. -X gill XX .' f X 0' XL "My Billiard Table Story," . . .... Dean Mezes. V iflxl "Two Old Fossils, F acultas Rigorous and Senior N 0nbu5licus," . L. Garbrecht. .5 -5 f l "SWastika," ........ Prof. Taylor. "Sines of the Times," . . C. E. Scoggins. 0, U7 XX, "Chemical Composition of Milk," . Bruce Duncan. J I Lift I "An Engineer Should Be Well," . Dr. Mather. 'V A ..: ll I . 1 I 5 5XX FJ!! it u. T x Q .' wr q,f' if1.zj. xx 'S ,. QP fa ffm . L 1 filth '1 M 'T f xi? ' ' "'.-l R I Q X T ,ii fl ln 188 K' .V ff X ,' ' I ' 1 .X . . .X ,- ' 5. as 54 fi 'E'-J-Q .1 .Ji 5. 1 g 1 fffib 6, - xg' X I z- -' 'gm , I V: lf' 3, x. v. 4 I 4 i. .. ' fl -f fz ' - , W' - ' . Gy 4 ' W MQ if 'x .M v ,W . M21 ,fi4""JN Affx Q! 'Cf - r SS E. - , M l 0 Q ffgxgL i l XX. Ugg, X ,725 X I " :N -gr, Xi 'N -'tg 1 v .3 Q Si VOL, 14, cAc'rus. 1907. r 1 - E If -1 l 7 1 . 5 T?-1, . "3 ' Law A I Q A 1 'GZ Department Smoker. - :z- - -- 5 , I mf i. 5 '5 5 November 17, 1906. ll A 1 X me ti - , ,, ADDRESSES. 07 , x . , .1 X ALEX PoPE, x, 0 . ' " 2 D ' .Master of Ccwlzzouzcfs ' ,, I ffm Q Address of Welcome, .... Robert Haynie. I, Wm 1 ,S ' "Reminiscences of the Early Texas Bench and Bar, . justice Brown. F ' " fi "The Law Building," .... . President Houston. '41 9 "What Will the Supreme Court of the United States Do Next?" . Dean Miller. lx AX, "Early Days at the 'Varsity," ..... Hon. T. W. Gregory. , " ii ix , X Remarks, . . . Dr. Sidney E. Mezes. W Q . . 0 W "College Yells," . Dr. Thomas U. Taylor. ' ug., "Fees," . . . . Judge james B. Clark. f N Q Address, ...... Hon. Thomas M. Campbell: 'i 1' "The Average and Ordinarily Prudent Man," . . judge john C. Townes. 5 1, 'Q f "Equity Is Like a Garden Hose, 23 Southwestern, 23, etc., etc., etc., "3 LL ...... ll Pardon the Pedantry of a Latin Quotation," . "It Isn't What You Eat, but What You Digest," , X '- -p Col. William S. Sinikins. .W Judge Benjamin D. Tarlton. A . Dr. Samuel Peterson. A' l k .ffl 1 'iff ' rt! fl A XS Q35 :J it 14- it 4 MN .da D ll U . 189 J N Q J ... A 1. V' .. 4-R535 ' 'Q Wig' .-Jiri? 5 X A ' 5 'D 14111, Sf' S-,si C: A ,'- WSH " SW-15' . Ei iilis lit -i ie.-fy 2 ff . fx ,Q j, fyalfg T4 'SN' AX! 9 A 4' t N 0 X 5. It -I f' Dv ,QM Q fi! . 2 m b Za' ' 1 ff' I P 'Z' 5 og? ' 0:3 .. is in '5s:'z'9i N 'R QL i I f li 'm 111, i , X . ' - 'ff m 'T lr . rf 'I:'x Ay E of 'iff X 0 X asf' R :Q ' 05 423 ' ' x, -1 J ' c H - , t . sq VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. Y i it NU 1 I 0 Qfltt Judge Clark s Christmas Dinner. i Q39 CY A Each year hundreds of students Hit to merry homes for Christmas cheer, 2 Q3 leaving behind a deserted campusga somewhat melancholy place for holidays. ff' N31 These few are gathered each year byjudge Clark and at B. Hall are given a dinner '73 where food and mirth abound, and where the good sludge finds his reward in the 5 esteem in which he is held and in the joy which he has created. To have missed ' H, one of these dinners is to have missed a genuine bit of human life. Nearly all the guests are called upon for toasts or songs or yells, and whether the tongue be fluent .. or stammering, a spirit of companionship prevails, flavored with jests and noble J thoughts, and irradiated by the genial personality of the judge. ,,. The following lines, read by Dr. Benedict at the 1906 dinner, express the spirit fgllimx of the occasion. . sl.. lo I- TG JAMES B. CLARK. l Ah , Although no one could do it Worse, 7 X524 I needs must chant his praise in verse. 5 O ' Rejoice with me, ye youngsters gathered here, How later he repaired to W'isdom's shrine , That time has forgotten him, and that each year At Harvard, and learned to dine, , ,I A . Finds him as young as ever and as gay To read the poets, and to supe at shows, X9 As ere he was upon his natal day. To take a merry part in all that goes. 'P A rrlarl of noble heart and Saws- Then drank he 3bSIntnC, talked French in gay 4' Learned in literature and in lawsg Pareet t s l L if' A Son of Harvard, known to Ways politej Wnlle ln .London drank SIX-Shllllflg tea, M474 X " Southern in heart, yet a cosmopolite. Xvhmh 1afeE1HhKit1fP1Cky, Qha:i1g9dftQ'1l2'h15kY"' D f K, X reason W y e as remaine so r1s y. T Rounded in spirit as his spacious dome, 7 gg? Free of heart, unfettered by a combg Atllggt' by OPI, goffd luck' Ee landei here' , At 'y Almost a saint, he wears no aureole-5 1,310 hmiithf Varslzy fig? et Yi-af hy yfar' i Xl only a fringe of hair around his poll' Egsh gresiligisfigdenct f?oniTIl1i1r1f1 hitesilo part Q xg, . A 1 . 5' A heart HS 'fender HS the VGFHH1 ClQiCk91Q. At the wise and serious-minded ones Around his form so. many memories thrcken. He tires jokes and Verse, and oven puns: ff ' ll Filled to the brim with dinner and emotion, But for the foolish ones he Wisdom finds 3 lfxx Scarce can I keep on, such is my commotion. Exactly Suited to their infant minds, Yet have I heard great stories of his youth, So judge, to thee we fill the B. Hall bowlg A7 A Told with an air of al nost perfect truth: Peace be to thee and also to thy soul. Q, UM How in 'those days he sported clustered curls Scarce can we wish to thee one blessing more, lb, - 5 ' That played the very mischief with the girls. Already thou hast garnered such a store. Qt Rich in good men's esteem, a manof wealth, gf- Gained not by open plunder nor by stealth, I But gained by worth, noble in thought and deed, sg X5 I end my rhyme by bidding thee godspeed. X 9 d. I 190 . gi? JS ' 'Q ' A Q, A D 53, -1 ,es-r' 45" ...at if ttf 'M M N gg se-'pg 135 -' rj W Inf 3 f p ' f yfvj i fu .,,' X 'if X 59 Y if X gl ' Iv . 424' N ,W VOL 14 CACTUS. 1907. fs K3 - Q . , ii s A J .1 a im' NV: .Q 1-,Q-',,,I2 H-S W X: X- f M fc N 9 , 1, xlxx x ' 5 l -3,5 I w z 4 ,L , X ' Q L1T1snA1n'cLvBs fu.r 114.0 I9 5' O7 TKVEMAN Z 'lc' .. 191 af J S. Q, L X: ,wr ,ig srfil? ,Q 35? daft fm' ffia-EX iii' :Zim fri' , I . R W.. ISR .. I s -1 N1 VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907, If J . . .5 . wif 23? Q, . . . A . ' Oratoncal Association. fl cfffg 5 4 . 'W OFFICERS. 4 5 V Fall Teiwz. LX President, . . J. M. BURFORD. .3 Vice-President . BOB HOLIDAY. Secretary, . J. E. VICKERS. V Treasurer, . . . R. D. JONES. il : IVz'ntcr Term. rf - V' President, . . . J. J. STRICKLAND. ia ' Vice-President, . B. L. AGERTON. E' Secretary, E. R. HOWELL. 6 fm T reasurer, . . . BOB HOLIDAY. . A X . 1, .9 M' Spring Tcrnz. 0 - President, . . I. GRAVES. - Vice-President, . . . C. S. DAVIS. ,f ' Secretary, . BROOKS. ,V Treasurer, . J. P. COX, JR. 9 'P kg ij INTER-COLLEOIATE DEBATE, 1907. ' I N GAT 2 Trzras-.JIz'.v.v0zn'z' Debate alAu.f!z'1z, Texas. K If ixxj R. D. JONES. D. COBB. If 5 J. B. RIARSHALL C.-Xlternatej. J 4 5 X' Tcixtzx-Tzalalzf' Debate at New Orlcaizx, L0uz's1'czm1. , WJ lf. L fx R. W. HAX'NIE. J. I. KERCHEVILLE. J ' CLARENCE KENDALL CA1ternateJ. 4 ? X Pl'l.ZL7,NJ. . fi ,ix 'ii' , 5 g VVinner Inter-Society Debate, . . . RUSK SOCIETY. '47, fb' S. I Winner Ross-Rotan Oratorical Prize, . JOHN B. MARSHALL. J 15 f ROBERT HAYNIE. ' 4 I VVinners Evans Debating Prize, . . . i J. In J L R. D. JONES. if if 9 Winner Gregory X Batts Prize Cbest individual debaterj, . ROBERT HAYNIE. 4' 2 , ,. J 9 ,Q ' 192 Q. gt. . , A, 1 x .. ' .-, ill - f ' J J? IN. 1' X. 'es F: . mf-R. sm., N. ff - ,Zi Asses- 4253 -IR. w Q Q ? , A , : g. 'BSN fm IA. gk -' f 1" Q 'l Q Qu Qgifxgg ' xX Ili? X 'ED X as 5 A 'NX : X 1 f. lk 1 ' VOL, 14, cAcTus. 1907. ' ffj 'Fei K l ., , , X x V . X. 5, B I Wim , xy, ' ..f CJ 13-' Qkmjg x., X9 , f- x. Y 9 qi 'P X 2 L XM, A x bg: 1 'u XX z 5 X I 5 fl 3 v A gi I1 xg 2 4 iv . , ' 'L ' I 193 47 LB , A 5' , N-" '46 gf 'asf' f ig: f fiffzp F2 A -J ,rf ivx :X Agigfx' to fvkfl 3559-1x1 if fx ' , QM? fi! .- MSQB 119-Ex A 1 1 T -1 f" ' ,xxx WW? " is 'Aug 325' , S '1 N Q' J HA, 6 nf X f X t l lift I J If ex V f g t. v If . X ttv R A Zn ga J 3, , vol.. 14. CACTUS. 1907. AR' N . ,S Athenaeum Literary Society. ii , A. ,il ' ' gf xg OFFICERS. 3 . , 1'illI1TCI'7l1. J QCA ' President, . . , I, GRAVES, l VieeaPresident, . , H. D, JONES, f -6 Secretary. . . C. L. POOL. 4 5- Sergeant-at-Arms, , J, M, JONES, 'W Critic, . . . J. C. DARROCH. R K LX lVz'nter Term. if 'U President, . R. D. JONES. Sergeant-at-Arms, . . I. GRAVES. 'ii' J V ice-President, . E. L. KLETT. Critic, . . E. L. HARRIS. N Secretary, . JAMES HARLEX'. Chairman Parliamentary Drill, JOHN DINSMORE. ' I gf Spring Term. I 5 Y' President, . J. C. DARROCH. Sergeant-at-Arms, . . R. D. JONES. gif, ' Vice-President , . R. G. CATER. Critic, . . . J. M. JONES. 'I' Secretary, . A. C. PETSCH. Chairman Parliamentary Drill, RoBT. W. HAX'NIE. ,X J J tix 3 Standing Ujfccrs. , X , R. D. JoNEs. T1 an Treasurers, . . R. CARSWELL. 'KV ,ze I Executive C0n111fzz'ltee. 'Q , JoHN D1NsMoRE, Chairman. ' if N, J. M. JoNEs. G. W. McDowELL. -9 I ,Q K y", MEMBERS. ,I iyfl N 'I Adams, J. C. Dye, A. C. Key, E. L. Perkins, C. 7 i 0 . T, X Agerton, R. L. Ferguson, E. F. Ketchey, J. H. Pool, C. L. MJ ' XL? Bell, J. R. Ferguson, T. E. Klett, E. L. Pope, A. ' J- Bransford, F. M. Ferguson, A. C. Land, C. Ryburn, F. M. Wi. 'lf Braley, C. Garrard, T. J. Lauiiand, H. B. Smith, R. R. fy lf: Burford, J. M. Graves, I. Lipscomb, E. P. Somerville, H. C. L y xg Callaway, G. B. Hamilton, W. B. Marshall, J. B. Sweeney, R. L. L I f Campbell, VV. H. Harley, J. McClure, Staton, '-' Q ' J Cappell, C. Harris, E. L. McCutcheon, VV Stevenson, H. E. I V5 J Carswell, R. Harris, E. A. McDowell, G. M. Stinson, J. D. Exif, Casey, B. A. Harris, H. M. McKean, A. T. Taylor, V. W. J 6 , X Carter, R. G. Haynes, P. L. Mennefee, T. W Thaxon, L. J 3 Clements, C. Haynie, R. W. Miles, B. W. Vining, M. F. X Cousins, R. B. Heinsohn, E. Morrow, N. P. Walker, ' T JI Cowan, R. VV. Howell, E. R. Nickels, L. Webb, R. H Wg. Cox, J. P. Jones, R. D. Nix, L. H. Williams, T. J. ,gf ' X Darroch, J. C. Jones, J. M. Oldham, D. M. Warlick, O. T. Qi, ' Dinsmore, J. P. Jones, H. W. Peters, A. York, J. B. J -q 135. Jones, R. F. Petsch, A. vi- gl.. IT, I zzftv-Soczrfy Dc'bfzlers. ff 9 R. W. HAYNIE, Best Individual Debater, Tulane Representatiye. R. D. JoNEs, Missouri Representative. J. B. MARsH,xI.L, Alternate. ,C da r Q . I ji .R it .ti fi for 4. rfb if y.-.Iii-L-J ,1z.ff253' 4. .r 5 :':f'2t? r if fi MW is f A if 1 M ZW? z' is O pxr 5517- -QQ' ,J 11-4 'fin 'S M K 1 npr 1 -1:53 if-ffl' 4 ' It 1, mlb '35, ff, ' .f:':7f,,,,,,Q 'gt J, s WP 4 .vE"'g'?'X f F' """:-1, -V - ,I :ring fm" '+ 4 i , ---- -x wa - '-g'f""3' '- e , , in .Eg ,. , . f ee. T. i 1 f I fe VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907.' by f A ix Y T L ' f X IAQ " ., Officers of the Rusk. Rfk... ll fl f 55' Fall Term. l, UI. I. KERCHEVILLE, . . ' . President fe, is A. L. MEADOWS, Vice-President. 6 Xu. T. J. BALL, . . Secretary. A ' T. H. SHELBY, . Treasurer. ,4 . A C. ALEXANDER, . . Critic. ,' X . C. S. DAv1s, . . . Texan Reporter. . QE 1 F. H. SWEET, . . . Sergeant-at-Arms. N .. Y llYI'llfL'l'TL'1'1ll. . pf bl. gl. D. Coma, . . . . President. 5 . H. L. YATES, . . . Vice-President. 3, M. L. HlXNIiINS, . Secretary. I T. H. SHELBY, . Treasurer. . 5 Ee ALEX WHELESS, . . Critic. 'I C59 P. N. FAHEY, . . . . Texan Reporter. dw j. I. KERCHISVILLE, . . . Sergeant-at-Arms. l Wx 1 my , .glbfl-119 Term. rf' ' gym C1..xRENcE KENDALL, . . . . President L. .2 ' R. L. I-IoL1DAY, . . . . Vice-President ,V ,, ' G. C. COLE, . . Secretary. ik? C. F. YYIJONNELL, . Treasurer , .1 j. H. KEEN, , . . Critic Q ,QI L. G. CARTER, Texan Reporter J -9 1 J. J. D. COBB, . . Sergeant-at-Arms , ,Q W -Y , ,fi RUSK LITERARY SOCIETY. f .' eg' 1,1 .s W Adams, G. E. Duncan, H. Keith, -I. W. Rust, R. L. ,A ff Anderson, Cone. Emmett, Chris. Keith, T. A. Satteriield, E. B. Q7 KN : Arnold, T. J. Fahey, P. N. Kendall, Clarence. Saye, B. F. ' ' 'S ,Xe Ball, T. J. Fielder, H. W. Kercheville, J. I. Shelby, T. H. , , ' 9 Banks, R. B. Ford, J. W. King, C. D. Smith, C. W. -4 Q Blalock, W. C. Fowler, R. W. King, -I. M. Smith, VV. D. F I 5 :ll Boone, T. R. Fryer, W. H. Long, P. P. Stephenson, E. R. A ,G .px Brooks, J. T. Garrett, J. Matthews, E. W. Stieler, E. R. , f , X Bryant, B. W. Gary, E. G. Maxey, Leslie. Strickland, I. J. Ji, Q 0 Carter, L. G. Hankins, M. L. Meadows, A. L. Sweet, F. H. Clark, T. T. Harrell, M. B. Moreland, S. M. S. Tandy, L. H. fgmlf Clough, G. O. Hill, Edwin. Neeley, W. E. Thompson, R. L. ' , it ' Cobbs, J. J. D. Hoard, C. C. Norwood, H. O. Thompson, T. W. 1 y ' X , Cole, G. C. Hobbs, L. S. O'Donnell, C. F. Tittle, W. L. f ' Cook, W. L. Holliday, R. L. Pair, G. C. Treaccar, C. J. Q If gk, Cousins, R. B. Householder, F. W. Patton, J. M. Turrentine, B. J. 65- Cox, W. E. Humphrey, F. W. Pope, W. S. Vickers, J. E. ,ff Um . Crockett, R. H. JeH'rey, P. W. Quaid, 5. E. Walker, w. P. q my N' Davenport, -T. A. johnson, Jack. Ramsey, M. Werlein, Q. E. , Davis, c. s. Jones, J. G. Renfro, J. H. whelese, Alex. li Davis, H. L. Keen, john H. Rice, R. H. Wilkerson, -I. C. - ,,. Woods, A. C. I Q ,Q I 196 '- 29 ,We ' , ' 1 X. 1- D q N X N , 1 'lx 1 I ' Mx ,' - I f I ae egkxlfffwit Wifi L .'xMJ1,!'6X' 1234 'x. ma' Q M245 LJ .l I f- H .' 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ELLOUISE COCKRELL. ' T I Vice-President, . BESSIE COCHRAN. IG Q. Secretary, . . ANNIE MCCORMICK. if X, Treasurer, . . . ANNE STRATTON. AP Wardens' HELEN ADELE SEELIGMAN. DOLLY BELLE RUTHERFORD. 1 iii 'N 4' Sfwriizg Term. lv If il X President, . . . MARY MCCORMICK. M. Vice-President, . JANE ABERNATHY. ' ,ffli Secretary, . . FAI' KINCAID. ffwfl' l A Treasurer, . . FLOY PERFECT. J if iii S E E C E i ' 1 A - LLGUIS OCKR LL. Li I' X Wardens' QSALLIE BELLE WELLER. ,B ' V I ,Q rf H H A A 0? -KX ,J L - X MEMBERS. ' g Q Jane Abernathy. Helen Garrison. Dolly Belle Rutherford. Q , wk Eunice Adenif: Maud Hart? Anne Stratton. 1 M Q F Winifrcd Bosche May Jarvis. Helen Adele Seeligman. lr 5, X Grace Byrne. Fay Kincaid. Herman Ujffy. , 5 5.9 Bessie Cochran. Helen Knoxff: ' Lel Waggener? Li," Ellouise Cockrell. Annie McCormick. Mina Weisinger. i Fannie Dealy. Mary McCormick. Sallie Belle Weller. 61 if F' Mary Dunhamfli Flov Perfect. Jane Woodriiff. ' Louise Evans. 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In i L E li A -7igf7l'L.'l1Q Term. ,Ad President, . ,U V. . . CLARA PARKER. ' :- X VicefPresident, . PAULINE DAVIS. ' Secretary, . NlARGARET CALFEE. A 'ax Treasurer, , . ll'flARY KACZAR. if A l Critic, . llIAl'D CARTELEDGE. V: 'fo Warden, . , ANNA SIMONDS. 3 4 l' M YT W by . L 1, N ' MEMBERS. Linda Payne. Janie Oliphant. Dora Schnell. AF rx' Anna Simonds. Beatrice Woolsey. Carrie Sterrett. Elxib S5 Corinne Carteledge. Hermione Mays. Mary Kaczer. F Maud Carteledge. Pauline Davis. Rebecca Switzer. Anne Sowell. 1-14 Lena Anisler. Clara Parker. iii Mary Rogers. y ' 'i Alma Austin. Hallie VVebster. VVillie Barbee. '.'gj'? lileanor Buckley. Marguerite Calfee. ,KJ ' 5 Pearl Gans. VV P .. ,,. l . 3 202 Q , A ' F51 ' .va - A ' f ' ,. .R f - -A ,W , 1" .sv ll JR. 4 . 1 R, X.x V fr l ,ff 'Q I 7'-xl' I ' vbf'4X' if . ff .lv ,Af-'X' AKN. :J IA A IS 4 z R A r f H ' + N W Q , u 9 X GW X9 XX Ili? X XS ED : 1, 'X :Hy El VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. lb M S4 -- --'N Y x 13 , f 3 ff, X . 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' '15 Clerk. . . . . .... LPTHER NICKELS. I. R. BELL. J. R. WEBB. l VA If C ' Alf ff ,D 1 7.1- CP I f . L We . A' . U . l .V MEMBERS. - as-. I. f X . 6 , W Wesley Ammerman. W. B. Harrell. Luther N1ckels. 1 H. E. Bell. H. N. Hickman. Chas. F. O'Donnell. A X J. R. Bell. j. M. jones. A. D. Robertson. gi all A J. M. Burford Cwithdrawnj. R. D. jones. G. A. Shaef. H I ' , Q, H. P. Burney. T. C. Kendall. H. R. Schenker. ' , W L Eugene De Bogory. J. I. Kercheville. H. A. Shands. L5 S59 john Dinsmore. W. P. Leslie. john L. Sheppard. 5, ,lil T. T. Garrard, jr. D. E. Magee. VI. HI. Strickland. bf ki!! X T. B. Greenwood. H. C. McClure. VI. R. Webb. , if A. L. Meadows. A 3- fig J ffflfw If f ix 'lf U , I' 5 X is l I Q.. .J six. Kchmdzxw , gif f SJ . wi Ziff nl 3 'M ' - fl ci' if Q 206 f- I Q 90 ' r f Q9 5 fx Q7 - . 0 'ie F N " - 2 ' nr- . ff-32 Xi' Q ,tg .,,.f,,,.gK . 'C' . ellllxifx- vb N fc f rl ' WWSQ5 . 'N4qlff"N' if 2 X' W' I Kal .fr.4"N ffx if S Sl 3: NAM X ll X M X. 2 - ZX. 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J - 'Z 3 W li F X f - 934 I3 " rxililill lf , l sv 'ffl iii. 1 yi K . . l Lg ' X X ix , J . vf Q., T ll ll ' t x I he U il 5 2. 1 .ff its we f it . ' X 'K J Af, ' - ' 1 . ' . 'lf ' W 'I ll ' . A gs X "if X9 :SS XX "af X PX ' in T gas ' X vol.. 14. cAc1'us. 1907: 'S' -'E Robert S. Gould Law Society. J x 174111 Tc'1'111. ' A. P1 ml., . . . . . . P1'QSid6I1't. Ro1s'1'. HAYNIE, . . Vice-President. 'A bl. H. joxlis. Secretary and Treasurer. R. H. RICE, . . . Clerk. 4 ll'1'11!r1' Tcruz 14. H. Ricis, . . . . . President. Pd., W. C. BEEs1.Ei', . . Vice-President. E659 Guo. BEAN, . Secretary and Treasurer. G. C. C.xI.L.xw.xY, . . . Clerk. ' iff Sllvrizzg Tvrnz gb ,5 -IFJ. IJ. Coma, . . . . . President. W I1eE1,.xNo CERAVES 47 fl T -FK., .Xxx A F133 Q x ,U X Af, if x X9 - Ly fi! MV . 1 X P L X 'N mln? lr fl . . "' .,. X. ear.:- Qili fi df Mi. VV. S. PUPE, . ADRIAN Pool., Bailey. Banks. Bean. Bccsley. Botts. Callaway. Cobb. Francis. Graves. ROLL Haynie. Q Isaacs. jones, J. H. Leslie. Miller." McMahon, Patterson. Pool. Pope, Alex. CALL. 208 Yice- President. V I Secretary and Treasurer. Pope, VV. S. Rice. Richey. Ryburn. Taub. Teagarden. Tipton. Watson. Wilkerson. 1 A 5' - .J .v fgrj 5 if - 3 ,Agf- . Clerk. ' . 1 fe 1 i I , . -ul - I Z. I 1' J ffl fi JJ- i f si 4 ' 1 J I 'i if t4 V gfff 1 l 1' I , f as JF? . disk is ' ' W :fl Q5 Xu- . Treasurer. f"" 51' -f fa .c , ' P45 " 1f'..."' - Vivo 'P' - fi 1.3 ,. Q XT? 725' X 55 X- wif bk -12 i 65 0 i ' K VOL. 14. CACTUS. t lf , X. Williarii Stewart Simkins Law Society. 1 w fviy I tt- rr M M 94 D , 3' oFF1cERS. 1 Fall Term. .gt W. L. Cjacxj THoRNToN, . . ALTQN RUSEFIELD, N CHAS. H. HARBY, gt Dt mvtsms CATER, . . President. Vice-President. . Secretary. U r A if .. 'B .4 If at J s t ,li N ra il tx A K. if f, .7 'u -K- 1 1 X .' 1 X f XX If At 532 x. f,,, X :U 1. W Z N10 Fwy N 02' QS' x I L x ,-1 A .Xl 5,.. X li. vf . - f- ... ll. fig' Viisi X V await n da l it KJ P T. R. BUUNE, ALToN RosEFIE1.D, REX. Coziw, Hoimkr KEY, T. R. BooN, lVz'nier Term. NIICHAEL HAROLD Cfilled vacancyj, . W. L. CJACKJ THoRNToN, P. W. JEFFRY, Rt,lLAND BRowN, J. R. SToNE, T. VV. THoMPsoN, G. E. Hoslev, ALToN RfJSEFIEI.D, . H. A. MACKEY, W. L. C-IACKJ THoRNToN, Sfifliil-g Term. DOUGLAS CATER, . . . Arnold, LI. T. Brown, R. W. Boon, T. R. Boulden, H. A. Caldwell, D. W. Cater, Douglas. Cozby, Rex. Davis, T. 0. Darrel, J. C. Dickson, R. F. Fielder, W. H. Garret, J. Gant, J. A. Grisham, T. F. Harold, Mirball. Haddon, H. A. MElN'IBERS. Harty, Chas. H. Haynes, P. H. Hosey, G. E. Huville, G. C. johnson, R. jeffrey, P. W. Key, Hobart. King, J. W. Lantz, H. A. McCutcheon, W. C. McKean, L. Mackey, H. A. Miles, Bradford. Milroy, E. R. Muse, J. C. Patterson, K. Hnn0rt11'y lllcmber. Sergeant-at-Arms. . President. Vice-President. Secretary. . Treasurer. . Treasurer. . Sergeant-at-Arms. Assistant Secretary. . President Yice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms Assistant Secretary Texan Representative CACTUS Representative Ray, W. A. Rosefield, J. A. Stayton, R. W. Stevenson, C. R. Stevenson, R. E. Stenson, H. D. Stone, J. R. Story, Cecil. Stram, H. A. Thornton, W. L. Uackq Tompson, T. W. Tomlinson, W. G. Wilson, H. A. Winters, B. W. Wolf, T. J. Yates, H. L. Col. William Stewart Simkins. 210 FQ, in b 9341? .J f In yaiglif , -'s , A . Ykxlfiglm U MY" V 'i25"i" Q1 .'E?fJX1 if 'li affhif .' idsjvxi A I Q 5 , Q N X. 5 RX 34 'W i- t I Q5mQmqmwwQMxQmwQM wMw VOL. 14. cAcTus. 1907. .5 JK Jx E X S E IIQJNI fu -X-' u: - an , ' gg J p X, h ff W 'Q' 1 :A O 2 . ' ' 3 G P --O dm W ' 4 U7 E? ,fl : G K f 2 Q pf ,. ,- A 1 .1 F' 51 gw rl, X X L g X r Nl N C U ' W Q. 'rg - X I lx. , 'U ff X QQ A 'L' GJ . 'C U U5 L' O SJ N A -.- 25 ff xy, m U ,gas Q, H .n . .- .5 al? 11,5 CP . rx, ,wr 1 ..f X X Xa' - f, x 'J 45, . H - 5 Q Wx W .. ,M xi is 2. F-1 I, A -" "L I .i Q - :' N ' 'sn X7 sm 5 L: QQ 'p X lx . .. I I- , cd Y, . gg Vww ff, el 'H .E xi 'DJ' A u 2 , , 51 V xx QT m ' I , H f Lt b' A gi wx A . PW x i I X iii ' N B352 A 'U Q N 7,41 'Qu 'Em E 43 X V WJ 5. L-'1 x. A U 4,ffffa'xXA X. r ' gg X5 2 ? a 'S Q' 44 f fnhf I-5-Q X ffm? 5 W fy , X 5 1 r V HX ' 'T " gr .' . Q 1 Q ".7 -v :f' 2,1 AV, 'Q'-591' LW ?ixwXWm2f 1M wf aA MQm+ iii' 1 l A an N 7 f' . f.X 5 v . ill' Q ,4 ,. 1 . ,l 1. X ff . WN-o NMQB I v Ia .V f I 1 , g li ze, f' . V c xg I. 5' 3 I ll X L ,x 'w fill :lil lil irb- .I .V of - 44 'if X34 . a' .alll X V -1 dn I l 2. ft. . j IQ eff, ,Q-1 ix : X KF x is 0 iff , X if .rg I5 x lg ' vol.. 14. cAcTus. 1907 Dudley B. Tarlton Moot Court. J. E. VICKERS, v. o. KEY, V. o. KEY, C. A. MURPHY, N. C. WALKER D. M. ULDHAM, IS. S. RowE, C. CLEMENT5. Adams, G. C. Brown, H. E. Cater, R. G. Clements, Charles. Clark, T. T. Duncan, Horace. Darroch, J. C. Fahey, P. M. JUDGES H. M. BURFORD. W. OFFICERS. Fall Term . C. M. MCDOWELL, lVz'nf0r Tcrnz. S prin g Term MEMBERS. Harley, J. A. Heartsill, I. N. johnson, Wendell. Key, V. O. McDowell, G. M. Menefee, Thos. W. Murphy, C. A. Newton, O. I. 212 B. AMMERMAN. President. Vice-President. Secretary and Treasurer. President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer. jx gf . President . . Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer Oldham, D. M. O'Connor, J. R. Rowe, E. S. Russell, J. K. Tandy, L. H. Vickers, J. E. Walker, N. E. 'J York, J. B. Q5 W . ,N iff' f -' f' .Q we ' -K , D " A -3 .V I .1 A gi Q E a'LGT'7 o' I 'ri' 5 .1 ,ET I f' . 2 ' . gf A f "'- nj 'X f ,' Pfimax 1-If ' f ' ' VV! X i 'U' ' If I Jigs!! fi A J -r 1- U 5 .- .- sl M.. X T x '-1- .' gf- r-'NH 'F - ' 'F , 2 K Q . vga Q is ng, - A -+ w , fx W . N, X xx 8 l X ,SN ZX I 'fi - W " ,' I ' Q, 'im A Ns U ' my cAcTus. 1907' A vol.. 14. f . X w ff, A Af 3 6 A U J ' a X Q .AO A 4, f 3 uv fy -" XBQ -1' ju 5 f A , .3 E 5 .- 'wh X, V - Q v T2 m N35 LX A xl 'G fa! N! A G E IF! fx . 1 'L 'd M, A "4 1l2f1U'HT?g,J 1 U Q ' 1? XI E ,.c xxx xx l gl! " z V y Xi uvll, 0- O f' W . 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I Tx J I .Sf7J'1'11g Term. . I jf' President, . . . H. L. DAVIS. 5' ,atllsx-. Secretary, . H. E. STEPHENSON. , I' if ., X Clerk, . . A. E. AIKEN. j N. A fd? X hit ffl fc x L A f' ROLL. Q Aiken,"A. Ii. jones H. W. Meador, B. F. Q5 Alexander,fij.LP. jones, J. G. O'Connor, J. R. x , -. Dent, B. F. korff, W. C. Smoot, G. A. Davis, H. L. Klett, E. L. Rust, R. L. 'w , 'iid' 'UN Fuchs, J. R. Mallory, J. A. Stephenson, H. E. - if , Howell, EQ-R. Time, W. L. I ful rf is 9 ,,, I l . 214 A QLRW 'fig' fi P . r .. . , A ...fs if X. .. .ZKJX 2 f 'll .3 2: P1 asf, .ffl 1' ll' IJ 'Z' ef?- L ...Q 'QQ W. B E 5 r v x x I A Q V P E L I E 1 P P n n .uf 1 wp- 1 .111-. v1u.1.: iw.- 1. .lix n.lmlK x-O. XWMQE? 535 ' is M .. ' f ' X xx: JN .- :X '-1 I : ?, - P K -T iz h I 'I . i an 'gi X V555 X9 lgsisx "iff Q' 35 E14 : If 0 ' X -', CACTUS. 'NOK VOL.1i N W ,AXX35 ' -J wiN - www-9 V 3. ,,,f .,. - V . 5, 1, wfw3YV H Q Qi 4 .' ' L! ff ITDWLG-'I A 'I-L' ,: , X A 1-6,1 . gi X A V,,, . x ' 74522 4 sa QF' , 353, , N. 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SCHOCH '- QP President andfManager, . E. F. MCCALL ' A X Assistant Director, . . J. R. STONE ' Assistant Director, . . Louis JACOBY MEMBERS. 5 Sb Comets. J. H. Bohlender. T. B. Botts. G. Cole. Q- H A F. M. Darter. T. E. Kearney. G. W. Smith. Xl, J. R. Stone. R. G. Tyler. A. Vasques. '. 0 . C CIarz'n.ez's and Reeds. IG QB H. M. Bliem. H. P. Griffin. G. A. von Blucher. .lf W. B. Harrel. M. Hirsch. V. Henderson. 'P T. S. Henderson. H. O. Jones. Louis Jacoby. 1 fa Vz'0Iz'ns. .KAY E. P. Collins. A. B. Cortes. Win. Dietel. 0 ' 1 R. H. McMeans. E. Milroy. A. Hirsch. ,Jax 'CCI10. A 1 57 1 G. Mayer. Lf 5, xy Basses and Drzmzs. 9,1 I' E. F. McCall. C. W. McClelland. G. C. Lechenger. 'Z' fx R. B. Lechenger. R. K. Sweeney. W. R. Shaw. Tmmb0m's and Barzioncs. Sf .Ai JMX A. E. Chandler. R. W. Cowan. E. M. Greer. G. M. McDowell f 5 i J. M. Winfrey. S. Glaser. M. B. Harrell. - Q. ' Y fgif Alias. EKQUJ J. G. Holman. H. H. Sutton. 6, IK! N: H. B. Lofland. B. M. Woods. 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TY I if 31 sl X : 1 rfffll Q if l v F E If 5 1 l ZAR A 'J 1 I 1 f .rl U ,fi XIII: il 'IT 51 ' Ti, Mit. A A+. fr 167 A 1 A Q , Oli. lk if Q5 UI'I+ICI:Rb. Y . . -3 Dimctorg DR. D. A. PENICK. ,fj ,P " ' ' MR. F. IS. IXIETZENTHIN. ly 'M Prcsidcnt, . . . A. L. Toomss. . K If yt i Busincss Manager, . . . R. L. RATHER. 'iii T .- St-crctary, . . . . . A. M. MCAFEE f A A' A I niiiiistiias. It ,x I'iIll'.Yf Tczzmxr. .bitlfllllti YQl'lll7l'.V. .- IJ X bl. IS. Atkinson. A. R. Grambling. -I. A. Barclay. A. M. McAlcc. . gf Scott Brown. B. Hamlctt. IJ. C. Blumbcrg. R. A. Mucnstcr. J .' If-5 IRI' XV. If. Fort. B. Isaacs. IS. Burghcr. R. L. Rather. I ' Li iw NV. H. Roach. If. Ilycr. R. B. VVcar. 5 3, "' I I'il.l'Xf I?a.v.v. Strmzrl Bays. P7 df! NYT T. XY. Iiuilcy. XY. R. Cook. C. L. Boyer. C. C. Tructt. I : li. Ii. Iiruck. T. A. Iicith. -I. M. Patton. L. Ii. lVidcn lf' Y, X If. P. Collins. P. Montgomcry. A Xvcrlcin. LF' -, T39 XV. IJ. Smith. .lisp QlIf1I'I'1'fl1'. -WANT., First Tcnor, . . 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Q 55, W X , if? 3 N 'M W 1 f X N 1- W-.. is X lp :W 3, ! - 1 Ni i H VOL' 14. wiv X :SS wx J ,Y r " -i X A.,- f 'E , r U- ,A mm i u, S5 X: If , 'xx 551 ' X' . -X JN , l 4 Uv 1907- X W2 A - x 4., " ff S.: Q H5 : 555 Km S E? Q fr 2 1 0 l U u TE W 31 -455 3' 'Xf e EE X A Y W N M , fi Mil XX pa 'C Q L N' ' il 2 ' XX , , . M .1 X A in ' fi Q! 55 Q iJ'l.'Q2 .. U ,W I fm - 2 M ii .220 Xxx K' ., SHE ig ' A . E4 E ,tx ' X- 'X' an ,. , xx , MAJ' ki I5 9 Q f I W . M . ,M WM 5 .. ,- 'fd 5 fi, ,7 x N 1 L5 , 1' , 6 25 - . H 45 X 4 32 Z5 5 ,A f I X ff gf "ENE . X V 4 W 26 E " 7 .1 'E L '3 q ' 0 L .5 ' K 'f if 23 5 P -1- X . ,EE UT: na w.. L. Q '5 , N 825 J' 5 ,ggfq , 55 . ms X1 . d' 55 'G :J R E YQ A 3 xb ' NA I if 223 4 gf? IK ' N. Wf 'j-Q, N 13? n - . il N ' R f Q N ' 1 I K-1 't , I X gg.. 3 L V , 4, . 1 1 q, Ilfxfl l, , rx A fs! , I xx' ft: 5,v?,.,'t::-Q ' " vw We .. ,f Xl aayg i6 149 sl A " V57-' Q5 7 fog Ci' ' r ' "" -: t rf J SJ' ' ' - KU' in ' i' 2, at Ellis? . , 7- . C - , I' J M l rfkgifg ' 'Cafe gt! 3 xg 4, 'i ' 'XX I I P l l u l 1 4. l I S - ,S voL. 14. cAcTus. 1907. 3' f if 1. i F' F C CF .W CF H SFF C C A A C C C " e J 4 ' - f -za J , l f ' 155' -"il . ' Q 5 ,421 ,il . . - - llff. i. ,aff ' . 1 NY?-1 4, , , 3 - wf . L A -fs' K . A S -'I V., 3 S S 'il . . " 'A 1 'X 1 ' Q il 'lx 'E :fi -4? lf - Ll ANNA HAzEI.ToN GoFF, . Director. X l X AIAISEL Cvnmxcss, . . . Accompanist. W' l . 'A at OFFICERS. Qi MINNIE LEE STRICKLAND, . . . . President. ll WILLIE BIRGE, . Secretary. K? LENA AMs1.l5R ,...,. Treasurer. f - SH 4f 'K BOARD oF MANAGEMENT. Klip? The Officers Officio. -l Xl Miss Roberta Lavender. Miss Evelyn B. Wright. f- IH Q' yx- Dolly Bell Rutherford. 21 J i' '7 1 I,1'bra1'1'ar1 -ly .. . ' Lg Linda Spence. XV' IQ .Sillf7Cl'l'71fC7lliCllf.Y. . .I XL, Mary Kaezer ,..... First Soprano. ' . -9 Augusta Nielson ,... Second Soprano. 1, , Rosalie Riedel, ....... Alto. J A 1'iliI'.Vf Sofvralzav. .V ir ,Aly , Eunice Aden. lanet Dabney. Marie Streeter. Mar aret Nance. , . . 8 AU Xt Ruth L. Andrews. 'laness Frieze. Pearl Gans. Marie Riddle. "' 'lessie Blain. Marie Graham. Dorothy Howell. Lucile Russell. ji ., Maie Borden. Lettie E. Richter. Bertha jackson. Anna Simonds. lg uf, X Pearl Cade. Dolly Rutherford. Annie james. Ethel Sykes. ,' QA' l n Marguerite Calfee. Linda Spence. Helen Knox. Minnie L. Strickland. J fi 17- xg F. Shelly Chilton. Minnie Sprott. Mary Kaezer. Lillian Lee Stover. C Rose Cargill. Mabel Smith. Mary Alice Kelleher. Annie Stratton. 5 1, 3? Ruth Coleman. May Sterley. Lorena Middlebrook. Hilda Widen. " TB., i Iivelvn B. VVright. ' Z C lr Wgilflgx N .gifullrf .S'irf7I'cIlI0.v. , 'i' L X Pansy Alexander. .lean Campbell. ,lean Mateer. lone Spears. 3313 Willie Birge. Loys Cook. Edna McCor1nick. Louise M. Spaetll. P A Allene Blacker. Helen Garrison Leda Nash. Elizabeth Stiles. p fl' M Marion Bliem. May Ladd. Augusta Nielsen. lessie Stone. r J - 1. - Jil l 'ffl -l sg Rosa Cook. Celeta Lewis. julia Pritchett. Imogene Thrasher. fx F Blanche Carleton. Stella Lewis. Annie Romberg. Ettie lVoolsey. ,-it 1 tif lithel Cruse. Voncile Liddell. Berdie Smith. A -' lim ' wah, . . . 47 lg I Lena Anisler. Alleine Howren. lithel Fonda. Rosalie Riedel. M rl WJ 'N' Mabel Cummings. Katherine Henderson. Maude Hart. May Perrin. if 9 Genevieve Greenwood. Marjory Jarvis. Louise Moffat. Annie Powell. -" Mabel Hull. Mary Kimbrough. Hallett McPhail. Nina XVeisinger. A d. Agnes Kirkland. Carrie Reaves. .V ll 224 if y .- 29 . ' 1 a 4 Q... . A e it Xi V J rf' VJ' " ri ' , i 'if' of f.4.'iF' 'AH tive. MXQ .rlflff-. uovty' . 4 , - . 4??J ' 7 ' A 5 K fb - 1 f 9'f5f47 N 'Q Nf ' f J E ' ll X 'iz 2 X' infix: A 'XX I J N n QQ: Q? BA E A . X Q -x J ails, 'x w K 8. VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. ,,,,, , Y - - - ., Y 1 afi f -1 fffsiim wif' N4 .A a ,X H ,,L 11 1? f U3 ffl lag? i , jx N. 'X fy? gx, 0 x., gffhz Q24 1, I 4 LP D 45? 4 J' jrikl WX d D 133 if M , I, C? LS M " Qi: 1- 'X' iii' 'v X fi ya MS: gf X wif K+ GA 1. , gffk M I 3' ,, xx' 'ggmff , xx 2 k ' N JA ' - exif f gf' ff? ' Y if Q - QW ' WX 1 E? Sk 42-Jr' by " I MLM 'C M mt f.P la..ra ff I 'Z A as f.i!3U l : 'IIE Q3 ,I 'IX .ll if I: VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. 1 . x , f ' 1. ix ' -i rrjfxxn ,ll : f .M - F Students' Ceuneil. 1 l ,l by if K . E1 Gi' f ' I ff gf .fg -N OFFICERS. .' A L. XV. PARRISH, . . . . President. C. P. RANDOLPH, . . Vice-President. OTTO TAUB, . Secretary and Treasurer. , v IDXXS., l b 5 REPREsENTA'r1vEs. Q it . l. ' P 1lan Acadcnzzc Dc15arz'nzc'nz'. if 1 ' : . 'pf nuff W. B. Hicks, 'o6. . , j R D. A. Skinner, 'o7. ' 'Ze X C. C. Truitt, 'o8. , E. L. Harris, ,OQ. if A. C. Petsch, '1o. Lx -9 I, r Ja Law Dvfmriuzefzl. . it fits: J. H. jones, '07, ,ff ., W C. T. O'Donnel, ,O7. lf T. W. Menefee, 'o8. A ". fi? G. C. Adams, 'o8. -, wk . VV. P. Jones, yOQ. J fr xx, K L 4 1: 1f7Zf1Z.7lCt'I'X. 'ifi bl. G. Hollman, 'o7. v 1, I. lv X -I. L. Stanage, 07. R. -I. Williams, 'o7. H. W. Elden, 'o8. ' Y Magnus Mainland, 'o9. , J 'Eg .' Q: W. W. McAlister, wo. 1 , 'Zh 7. X A9 Ia fi. Wifi 'al my 3 X J an V. h K 226 ,L I 1 .flu-ij -in I L fs - A , ' 2 X P ft.: - S: an Wil gl A ' L fi PM ffl! W 'WNwwW efqwgmif an ,- In 5 H? .- K 3 Egg..-.FQ ,fs -3.487- , . . , , 0 - - Q , , I: R W 1 IN I 1, . W ' his X 'W X :TP X if X K 41 I5 gf' ll! l vol.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. m 5 29 'S 4 59 Nun S P W1 Q f A LX X x A I X X X ix f U A 4X xX Q5 3. L Qi Q N Af 9 4, I3 A' -W Wo- X, N Xxx x . if J . '. AE " - . .-1 '. , -Q, ffl ,. ijgfpjif 6332, ,.,.eiT3 1 Q .. MN? '25 ga af Q J 1 .3 gi , iw . X M Q52 1 X , r x 'l ,f ex 1. I , 1-,Q 49,19 139.2 2 N0 fffkbdfiwff if ,QQ XLX iigx fi 1 3 . ,E X 5 X 4 f ,I 1 MX X-'Cjw Kyla J'- fff' W J I, , U' uv' ',X . F X 4 'xx I w L N X FEM ffm' 4 f ,l X If 2 A .v, f ,J + f WJ xy QWAHXEY vyffo, Ng L JIM ,VY-xx w ' XXI ,-I 5' P, x V5 fa Q"-7 IIA f A , wb 'X ci Lg ,gf X r , ff., M, , -, ,, Q L A fg+n' X fWvsQymLfM,wM Awww 1,-,A v . " V 1 ,V A V if I, ,if " JM 919 .714 , 4 ,M ,nb .. , -' fr w 145 -- A ' Jig" 3-W5-H '1-' -' J Q M ki H 1 f. -5 VCL. 11. CACTUS. 1907. 1 Y i V Y im Wi WV .Hs rf if E: Q., ' - - rxfx- QM- ., . 3 1, f I fm L 5 April L1 I 'J ::- ', i X . G ff' X A I X w . 'A l -1 4. 5 .f F 1 4 , , shy' qflw . Kb O cb tg E " 4 Z , Q , ME 5 K2 if I ,' .1 x -En I I 'Q X E 1 5 1- V E :X .f Nj ' I! , ' J 3 75 1 , I Jig f 1, , - L Q-V 13 L aw P a ff . T XA J C fl I " f '4 X, '1 gals IJ K ' L . f 5' I f ' X5 l X fx Lk . - 1 7 - 7, ' KX 42,5 228 K wfffix Q U1 tix Jw ff' fy 51' Q f' . E773 A f QW 5"4?' ., "TW aw Sk R 'Q 'gyms "K XX' Qs N :aww W J XX 11 . X. f .2 ' x MQ. il J If Wgx -5 4 ig A f Lis, x :aa C59 Ni X: x Na 0 Q P F .V -1 ,JK , X NX. in w Q59 2 1' XJ mx lg. ' 4 xi 1361 fs , . K5 ,P f 1 3 gf I I 24 VC L. 14. CACTUS. 1907. x I 229 . HALL, --B .- V A J 1 N , , , Q? f Q in 'IE , . Q" ' my Q - N Q W xi x. f k f - B rp x qdkix xx e' pm '1,, "' v0 "' ma. V52 'N JA X ksfax cfm ' A 'X A J ,. f., ' 'NM A-. 'FL "",1' ' ZKYWJ gif Q1 an ff? W X X Q - J qv Xxx, ff ,yy QKY'-:Qu ,101 .1 it WT-'N -- Wqsjlg, faibx . as X. X X , , 1 Nw I Wy. M wx 41, L xx W,-111, Y ,aff . 555755 ,QAQE f? 1 5 f J ' KIM? wi MN -if R9 25 X Ex 2 Q, 1- .W v0L-14- CACTUS. ,9,,,, u .BQ W K .. Y. :N f I x ' 4 1 , ,.f, -., ? 112 X 5 W at . A , 4 X ' N do figx E if XX, CI Nr ,I f QSM: A xx 'rx 'A' :P , , f. aux 1 'wi 3a ,x N 1 x . , be lp 45-1.' J Q f ' A 'w , 1 V5 F 1 KN I H XII If YFCVTIVE C NMITTFF F ' .4 'W 5 3. . .. 4. 2 ' 1. . LL. ' '25 jg X61 X-.J if 4 .7 'll A - E ,fx E gf k ig, 9 ff 'Q KX: ff , , X, U I. 'x N, xr N? ' Q 41' W , r WAY u " lf- 6- Lx 91 J I, ,I A -' 3 G53 if lg, H ,ls ST , Q1 X 'x 1 JF' N5 ' . 5, Q15 ,J u X?-1 ? A , . ,T . VY1m.xN's ASs11CI,Ax'1'IuN OFFICERS U P i 25135, Cf ff M m sh? eff" L AA wma Jae tts Mfr. lei 21fu': :eff ". 'GM ..+ I A ! 4 5N mis, X 333 g '23 X D4,,.xf - 'XX l jj ixil nf! ' VOL 14 CACTUS. 1907. Raetzsch. Shelby. Parrish. Keith. Brown. Wear. Baker. Davis. Roach Patton. Crutchfield. Pope. Grave Young Mens Christian Association. OFFICERS. W S POPE . . President. C. S. DAVIS, . Recording Secretary. T A KEITH, . . Vice-President. J. E. QUAID, . . Treasurer. W W CRUTCHFIELD, ..... General Secretary. .fld'uz'5ury Board. john C. Townes. T. U. Taylor. VVm. J. Battle. G. P. Garrison. I. H. Evans. T. J. Brown. Harper Kirby. Wm. H. Folts. Clzairuzwz of Co11z11zz'fh'c.s'. L W' Parrish, Bible Study. T. H. Shelby, Membership. I M Patton, Missionary. R. B. NVear, Finance. Burke Baker, Employment Bureau. VV. H. Roach, Music. Nlurrav Ramsey, Religious Meetings. Scott Brown, Announcement. Ireland Graves, Social. Total Roll ,........ goo Average Attendance, . loo Bible Study, . . . mo Mission Study, . . . 65 Annual Budget, . . 51,650 231 . N A .exe X, , -1 W- f" 5 Wx J 1' :lf - .1 'iff mf QQ YEA if NA 5 f .4 i' 21141 " W:""' 'i '57 If Q UD! 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L' Ab' f:L'llCI'Lil Secretary, . . ,QQ ClI1Ii1'1I111I1 Stiltu COIl1IHitf.CC, . T fir-fffq' Cl1LliI'Il1Llll Biblc Study Connnittcc, N '-113, ClII1irIn11n Missiongtrx' Committcc, I 1 x ' ff ' v Chlliflllilll NIL-nlbcrship Committee, . ,it 1,1 ' . , . , . K 3 D Chzurmun IIl1L'I'-LOIICKQIAIC lOlI1IIl1ttC6, 1" Chzlirmzm RL-li fious 1XICL'tiH0'S Committcc U4 . Q , 3 4 ff, Cllillfllllill Prz1ctIQzIl Ncccls L0l1lH1lttCE', Y I TX Cllairrllzm Finance Committvc, . CIILIIYHILIII Sooigll COI11IllillL'L', V A 1 Q 8 X btutc 51-crQt,II'y, . cl' fl WI 1 W f . ,. -E J . HELEN KNIJX. NANNIE LEA CALDWELL. . GRACE NAsII. RIARGUERITE STUART. . EIINICE ADEN. RIIRERTA LAVENDER. . LEI. XV,-XGNER. Mlss BRINcsIIIIRsT. AIQNES KIRKLAND. LEAH ANDREVVS. . ANNIE SIIWELL. . CARRIE REEVES. MARILIIERITE STUART. . . GRACE NAsH. ALICE L. BATCIIELDER. 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X2 ff 1 .MW I 1' x ,fly-'K X ps 'Xa -.xv I 1 XS F? fy Iwgxxx ,N fy A Ziff fx if H is? 5' 51' :R+ 'we' crm ' W4 'uf - rv- - , - 1 J- in Q. T.. Q My . A . .L L ' X f 'z an ' K G vol.. 14. cAc'rus. 1901, i, -,. .1 - W. , lf' xx . . : 'S 1 . x i X, FJ L Qf if E ' Sb 'ai ' x at 460 FS at A --. J YQ gs.. I T T A' yxg, Editor-in-Chief, f . s . Business Manager, Literary Editor, Art Editor, . X . i' 9 Athletic Editors, x -P f if Associate Literary Editors, K R , X Ls T' ,QQ Associate Art Editors, I-C X ef' 2 . . . I7 X- Assistant Business Manager, C X3 L 4 QQ, L ' X 'fo' In . 7 234 3. fi. . We E E- E fig' we at r fi may-AX: E N ' Klip Board of Editors. . . RCPISERT HAX'NIE. F. W. HOUSEHOLDER. . OVID KINSOLVING. LILIAN JESSIE WALKER. ' at MAIE BORDEN. ' Q IRELAND GRAVES. fSERENA GoULD. ' R. D. JQNES. ' i STELLA LEw1s. L OLLIE PREWITT. f DAN RUGGLES. ' C1-IAS. CONRAD. i LUCIAN G. HENDERSON. L C. E. SCOGGINS. . SCOTT BROWN. . 0 'lo . W. X fo' .E W if 25 zfidvx' X 1225 fn K5 - ii 1 J v af? is U73 1, Cf fi ? 01 M . G B J, 'Q . 'L AJ 9 I J 1 l, , V 9 " L F F ji '4 Q IJ Zz? 'S 2 1 If .,1 ' til I Q 64 I H? .- J! 1LR lf.l3-FY Z.u-g? , "1 P T--mix I , - -1 1, 1 ,'- 51041 ,,, 1 N. 'xwj ' 5 X9 'W X :S X. av X R M: Iv 420' '3 on A VOL14, cAcTus. 1907. , n ,Ax .J EQ: D N3 WAX xv iw W xx I X x 0 0 I fy X 'r ' V X N X 1 ' X I X 'v x Wg: ,- .p CTR 3' My 4: oww D , X : 5? 5 Q' . J N fs 4652, . 'T ' , ' ,,Q-fir N QQ A wt' HN ' f ff x x X , , X, ,gy w - 4 if - I ZAWLJQ fat W " RQ 'I , , if L 'N-Q- K 1' 0 7x KX? XY ,W ,ff 1. Ja f 4 Ty 1 Tw 1 mf f iv , " 31: '51 3,45 'fx gpkiy Q fflx Ji- .157 fl ffff . Lffqf :fi 'Q' 'RX I Uhr X -1 n Vg 5,1 1 fx W ,111 V , f. 525 . M M I ' " 4 ' xx x . fC?" 2 'Q U f, 2 4 ,X 3' 1, JN R 1, W a X115 'K fgMAQ,' J jf, gf, Qi YEQ57 fm f N, 'a 7 Rv fin' A "Q, 1 x .f fi v 'f' A MA Y ,jf Aid ff? S .a XA X A X ...x 4 , ,- Fi W. f f L "X ' gfxf' 2 Tm My Eff Mb. 9, . .J ' fs. 51 X " C45 k?'x Ll "".:3' PC i v' F- 'T ,L ' WS A X t . 3 X v 1 'lr' K . Z fb" W . ,f . Y X 70 R ',', flafhmq' :J Qt- 1 A 5 'im tw N 'X 1 .NZ! I6 QXY1 1. NH fr Na ii! 7-W2 . u ! I 7 . KN- 11 ! 43 JJ 1 x E x x . , 32 A W mf f c Ng L 9' 5 '51 X tl N :ffl ix f x -.N 1 Q . K if X - "' .,. A it ff? ' Q . 6 VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907 The Texan N jL 4 'T , . U if ti . . ' "H 3 . 65 A tl - M , Editor-in-Chief, . XLUTHER NICKELS, j0E1fF. WATSON Business Manager, ROBT. L. R.XNISDELL Athletic Editor, JOHN P. DINSMORE. Associate E4lz'1m's. , rg MAMIE SEARCY. EUGENE L. H.fXRRIS. ' A. L. TUOMES. LOUISE EVANS. LEE G. CARTER. D. A. SKINNER. DHLLIE BELL RLTTHERFORD. RAYMQND EDWARDS. f A :7CReSigned. J JJ? N 29 fs Z' N F 236 F . ' f . . r, , X- NK f- jc , -1 Imgv- ' Mg. ' I' 5' 1-'ini v 73 rjph "f - Ka' 1' Qt ft- Ng,ff-Nga A S f mt K5 - 21,9 A MQ C95 S .G 5? :Q ?"7l5?' HE? Z-lk Sf:-xr- M 'ri A in-72: ,jjm .. X3 'N Mk L A' 2? M" ff' X' Q 1 1 , fy" . Y ,, X . , y 3529 N I Y 1 KI J N. 1 ug,, VOL, 14. CACTUS. 1907. Wig? x fy-- - ' w ' 'YY l Kf xx, fm, .Kal 'X ff! , ,lag 'Kg fig Q3 . ' 0 , "' F". ,, ' fn x x ,Qs N-5' xx 'V , ' SEARC4' HARRX5' gf? ,, if f ,CN QP : a V' 'Mft 'J '.x"'LA.,? i Q! X1 Y M .xwym x: 777 ,AM XX jf Nd .7 'Af -' L- -, I , Q N X9 ' Xb -P 'Q xi a J a ,WW fy f 1 N X ff we .f MJ 'X in ' M ' I9 l V+ in J + 9' I, , 'X 'V 'Q . cj v 0755309 EVANS f A M . JV is .. -k J I EP lu 1. Ax if X P , X - .I xxx fri? 5. ' 'A 'J AEK Y x sq M, M .v AQ? 1114552 U W I qv-i'x'x Q. 237 27, liik T' ' 0. LL , J N . ' 1 ' A 4,-'iffy '? 5 f Q J to Azz, h A J ,rN,b,,x .. 3 iq' ,EXW A YMN if X ,JQV W J W 'Zfw 'YQLQQ -'rx 'iwfiiai KWCWMX 7' 'Ji " ,- ww 'ff ' -11 f'- ' ' -' ' A AN. if is it fits. A ' tm figs, K7 i. Iliff- X Q ? A: . R . . 'XX VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907, i . If ' . f CD PA Q, .gl .- - 1 The Magazine. 4 if ti Q BOARD OF EDITORS. x . Ns '. v , Editor-in-Chief, . LOUISE L. TEMPLE. l Assistant Editor-in-Chief, MCFALL KERBEY. J N, '1 Exchange Editor, THOMAS S. HOLDEN. l 5 f A Business Manager, K. C. MILLER. :Q N,NX: K X , X 229 X JEAN 57 l .1 S.YUCI'tlfC Ed z'i0r.v. ANNIE N. SQWELL. HERNIICJNE IVIAYS. ANNIE B. RUMPEL. J. Roma. OYCKJNNQJR. x f f X9 L 1' , IYIARGARET P. LEVY. PAUL A. RoCHs. xx' f L -. N JAR E. di 0 X8 -K , I 'Q ' N 5 V . 51 0 I 5 rfb A -fEf,4,- 'ia ' Z-. 44- 3 .f N - 'Xl f Q A 2: 5-'Z' 5 .w I . 1 - 1 -S, I . ff t .ii Ali if . 5. I it I gi , . 5, i if . v I 2 ' as I LSE 1 Y 1, rex A I 1 'm I v J 5 . li ri ' QI-it 4' A A n 9 , 1 . Tay. ag, a . - , f . 1' Mitzi .J ,Aff Md? Jag 'X - ' . I n V X je! 'FL sftiis ' 1 X 1 A 'S' . fd X 1 lf wr MLK., nv 1' xx 19? 'ff' A-3 WM Fi' N? 'if X? 55 X 63" X R W my 34 04' ' ff , 'Wu U' u 'N 35- 1e4 , PWS- ' ,,, b xx I M1 N' X '-' fi- S1 , 9 nf - Q, 9 ,X X314 I 3' 'X Q My Nx xxx . 1 mmf, QJZQ Kun? Xxx M .U W ig X N3-fa 1 X 'p , f TEMPX, , QM V N kg il v W 5 lb NW x -7M ' gy 1' V Q 2 f I ,k ,ax ' gfx Xxlx . f ' i 1 N .M W 1 Jw Q 57, I W Na' 1 'J 5. 'Si Mqgx , ffdfff . J kv R ' ,fi 'RLS , 2311 My .- ,L Ss ,SQ if Ll EQ 1 rx N. fx X 'X X5 , ,' I I , fx . f 'rl "' XXXX '- f QQ N 'ix' ,N any I .1 Eg? .X 095,-fvfgl 11 ,v-..-K J X fig! Q v ,, H ,gm QRS We-in H, g 4- ' 54' Rf fi 'xg Cy 'x :"2, ' fy ' . 'E N H 'T ff. magic, We, A X We R C t M., VC L. 14. CACTUS. 1907 if i CCCCCCC C wi ' AX . fi .t W Y' f QQ' fr, is Whi g 51 X ,fg V X t L , l . Final Ba axxg' C ii 7355 President, . . HUGH LAMAR SToNE Xxi 1' J, Supervisory Chairman, . HARVEX' MAC RICHEY M Chairman Finance Committee, ALWYN P. KING IG A 'I ,EXQ Chairman Reception Committee, Rox' RATHER 6 Chairman Decoration Committee, . J. MCGREW WILSON " iii: Chairman Arrangement Committee, ANGUS WYNNE Chairman Invitation Committee, . HUGH LOTHROP Ffa. 'yi Chairman Refreshment Committee, . CHAS. J. NIBBI if X 7 L' ,, X Chairman Programme Committee, . THOS. L. TIPTON Chairman Alumni Committee, . . ROBERT HAX'NIE N, it Q 'AX Chairman Floor Committee, BURFLJRD K. ISAACS T x la' X . wil , M Milk ,,. li 240 I n C if if -J 5 'C :: ,f'fT25' .A Ji X rs U ii' ' A if ' fi in in il ii 163- JAX- yer , Pj, ,ff 'K f2,,,' iefjmax. WJXQQ ' -SJWJXI rf .2 ,bf f- 11- . K , are-if if R 3 w w 1 I Her Tiayrlaon 1 fx jxhwfl -S .9 I 6 4 B G , . . 'tl .. 'V nf, ,4. A, 1 A . 451. it' ,F 0 ,F 9 54 5. w . 'v Y 'I fi 4? - J - . , ?,.4 ' U1 l Tyy' 7 ' 4 Y I l - I k I r I, , , ' vv. i .1 .'. 'Q A'- '1 . . . 1 K. , -. 9 4 I , 1 Q l , if ..'..Y'P"s . .V lv. .4 x -' I IJf'p- , - Q 'I- ,. I 1 s 4 1 .I . . l 5 ,I , ,,,- ,,1,,,-. -f5',Q.c1'.1 r at ,T 4, L.. .qv I. .4 ,Jw ' . vllig. L ' rs' M' 1, ri , a -Z, -S ' . 1' I 1 I Q." girl , tv' ' N .' . Q, , '. ' 'ini , , ,Y 9, , WEP:-hlvxll ou' L 1 +4 If ' an : 1 ' mu -' ' ' . '1. UVQJS.-' . ' J " Q' il. . ' W Q' , -. . '-x sun I v ' A Q - - 4 1 K f 5 I f V. 1 x',I v B , ' Q x W S x N s .1 1 J n A , ,Q i" 42 .-"fi QL . v Kxfdifq A 54 ' 4 .2 TL ' I X ' ".. 'ff xx 'W X 59 Y if X X 9 Ziff " 134-AX: ' xx: "1 f if ff vol.. 14. cAcTus. 1907. '5723 , , , X' f gg 16, VPN M5251 Jw: I 1 fx. 1 ', SK f F? fs A , xg J' V x X W yf,mj,4f1Xi, , 5 gf 9 ik? I X1 X lg! yy A Nl K X-. gm S 1?-fi 4 :A-' -lag 3 N X. R M lm lc!-1V'xX!.X F' K! ig U M fi F f xx fy 2 4 xi lla I X 'X . ., ul x .X ' ii 539 -5 X 3 -A 5 xxx! l x ll, fa F ,n 5-iii El L s , :xg P Q. AQQEEJ Kg X r I ' A is ,J :kia 1 1 1 l 5 3, S - 241 mf-'figkicgi 5 A m ' , .H 1 ., . A f ,., 442335 f , ' : f?4?'s" ,,Q.r-3 - 1 X w J iv' Af 1, 57,1 ,guv S? 9.4-bf N 1' -J 5 J ' R If N K NLM fc 3 nr yfgy M ' 2 .JH tg .Aix M " 3 if V W' 'N M "Fr V f N "ZJL'Q' ,QZS Q.. W5 ll. von.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. L N, 3, ' Y f ? . fb 'X ,Q F ,brig A 4 r A : 5, QL 7 gg 'JE N' , 'via E 1ln Ilbemorlum. 7 Kg. -- 'Glllilliam Gill Shaw, ll f fx 'Aff' JBcrn wctober 27, 1882, X : Y E160 SHIQ 2, 1906. g X: dx Ji- 'x I L C X 9' If bv X D W QW w 1 4 ug .1 21 4' 4 , X I . E4 in ' f x D 5, M gf 'S' 24 'S jafx . r ' fb' if '9l.,,- ' 1 N "' Atv, 1 f '-' Q Wx fig f 16 iwyfifx QQ? , fav 'ZPLQQ :zz .. r A vf 1 f- - W Q" M2 gm ff? ,,' 'Q JUN f 9 f,f?97 ?SJ2!!?fj59- -v :J I X 7 VOL. 14, av 'fu GX CACTUS - U Qafkgi A 5 ' r iw - 1907, '15 gs fi., if K X. PQ , f, ' 3 . S axx 5 65, Ax a xx-x 5 QQ K 3 , px 1 I, M v X QW 1 71 2 wx J Z5 K Q P eu ii: 41 , 41 .J ll -. , X: , . ba, X 243 Q Z!! fi Y '1fLiQQfifJ4f5 N f Qi W 1' NA X- ' 123 B 1 Jyxfgllw MM X , , I ,VX , hh? gi! ' 'f"f"2f2 f ' . YE? ' , ' P A ff ff 1 , X -6- 'H ' ""-:1' Y . :J .3 - .P - ' , ' lr -' 1 X ln, N 1 1, ' ' " 'I I- 1, 'X I s .."f'd XP' 'PJ I I5 X wfffx :es iv N 421 X 4 von.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. ,f i - WP PM P . .5 Athletic Directory. mm J' ATHLETIC EXLCITTIYL COUNCIL, IQO7-08. President, . . H. Y. BENEIJICT. Secretary CActingj, . J. P. HOWSER A lfarulfy il Iczlzbww. No W. E. Metzenthin. E. C. H. Bantel. H. Y. Benedict. ,sfil UI. P. Howser. H. R. Schenker. K Q. .-11111111114 .lIe11zbw'.v. A jim Hart. john Brady. T. W. Gregory. Slznlwzi .lIv11zbCr.v. L W F. B. Duncan. Ballard Caldwell. R. L. Ramsdell. Magnus Mainland , L I X l"u0lfBc1U. gg ' 'Z 1906. shi" Manager, . . F. E. Lumpkin. Assistant Manager, Roy L. Rather. 2 XA Captain, . . L. W. Parrish. Coach ,.... H. R. Schenker. 'kill A Assistant Coach . W. E. Metzenthin. i IQOV' I J , Manager, . . . Roy L. Rather. Assistant Manager, W. C. McCutcheon E "l Captain, ..... F. B. Duncan. - ll H050-Buff. 6 Rf IQO6. f. Q X Mana er, . Sewall Meyer. Assistant Mana er, . An us VVvnne v . 3 V . g g .- . . - Captain, . W. H. Francis. Coach ,... R. F. Hutchinson. . , IOO7. t 14, 1 - Manager, . . Angus Wynne. Assistant Manager, . B. D. Tarlton,-Ir. 1 1 if X, Captain, Louis -Iacoby. Coach, .... H. R. Schenker. NP Track. Q A 1906. ,1 Manager, . D. O. Terrell. Assistant Manager, P. V. Montgomery 1 faii, Captain, . L. W. Parrish. Coach, ..... -I. P. Howser XAU ,. X 1907. I A39 Manager, . . P. V. Montgomery. Assistant Manager, . Ross Boothe. " J. Captain, . F. L. Ramsdell. Coach, . . . . -I. P. Howser. GYJK- 'yi Hi1.vkt'i-Hall. 'lf xv ' IQO6. Q ,I X' Maniger, . . Magnus Mainland. Assistant Manager, . Scott Brown. 5 1, 43? Captain, . . Ii. von Blucher. Coach ,... Magnus Mainland. 3 . R, IQO7. . ,ff .5 Manager, . . Scott Brown. Assistant Manager, . Leon Goodman. - Z' 9 X Captain, . F. L. Ramsdell. Coach ,... Magnus Mainland. fam, TENNIS ASSOCIATION. H lik, President ,... ToM Bo'1'Ts. Vice-President, . MISS ET11131. SvKEs. ,fl Q, ' X' Manager, . . . Imax, F. WATsoN. ff T ' gli ., Mg VVOMILN S ATHLILTIC. BOARD. Qjiflmi, . President, HTAIE IJHILA Boiemiw. junior Representative, NURMA Eco. 6,1 K W X' VieeaPresident, Aramis K1R1q1..rxND. Sophomore Representative, A, BICCORMICK. V 9 Secretary, IMUGENE T11R.xs11ER. Freshman Representative, BIAUIJE GLASS. ' 'N-., Treasurer, ANNA S1MoN11s. Vice-President Tennis Ass'n, IQTHEI. SYKES. , . 4' Graduate Representative, AIAY-IARVIS. Basket-Ball Manager, Lo1s Cook. n senior Representative, ANNIE JAMES. Director, LOUISE WRIGHT. 1 f 3 9 , or , '. . - M my Y , I ,. A 04-K . Q 4 J? IW. V if sit: A Xiilfeli gf' ,gf I JW 1. ix X H A q ' X X ,, I 4 ' I " 1' I ' ' 1 ,,, . . A . , X , ,,i, ff, - f P 7 K . WJ, y I N i . if N 2 ww' N, -f 1 -. fi . .Af , 97iy"t'X X MJ ,Alu ,r-. ,i.,'C.,.' ...il Wfearers of the "T" F. E. Lumpkin CMgr. FJ . F. B. Duncan CF.j. M. Mainland CF.j. R. L. Ramsdell CF.j. W. McMahon CF.j, CBJ. W. F. Krahl CF.j. B. Caldwell CF.J. G. C. Adams CF.J. H. H. Sutton CT.j. john Parks CTJ. Blucher CBkt.j. M. Graham CB.b. H. M. Richey CBJ. L. Jacoby CB.j. P. Weatherred CBJ. N. C. Walker CBJ. D. O. Terrell CMgr. Tr.j. Miss Sliuddemagen CT.j, CT.j. L. W. Parrish CF.j, CTr.j. L. H. Feldhake CF.j. W. B. Hamilton CF.j. H. Fink CF.7. B. H. Dyer CF.j. C. H. Hastings CF.j. V. U. Hendrickson CF.j. F. L. Ramsdell CF.j, CTr.j. L. L. Bryan CTA. Meyer CMgr. BJ. W. H. Francis CBJ. George Sears CBJ. NI. F. NVatson CB.J. Ed Samuell CIM. J. G. Browne CB.j. S. I. Edwards CGym J T. C. Kendall CTr.j. ' Q ' " Miss lieadle C 1.5. 2-Y as QA, .f "' 4, A. , u , I -D I I . E1-.IR . K 4 .u wwf ""?""4P, ' r KN I s '-nz- . . 1 J ' 64, I A"-S ' 1 . ,III 4 ..J ' n I I . . .I . p -. 1-X N.. ,J 'I .I,' F, -,I .I . V 1 .", ' 0 .nf 1 f , -1 . , ' . ,W 1 . ZH? . I ' w wx- - g . ,-. 444 ,- 1 I .I ' I, 1 .I I -2 ' , , ' ' " 5 . aff, , ' It A I I .. . .,, , I . 1 ' ' 1 1' 1 . ,I-'K . . I iff , ' - 1 - v',fi',' ' E f , , 1 L .ff ' 1 5' '. , . . ' L. 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H l , f YQ A9 fn 1 ,V f I 'N ,431 . x , X B C57 1 L: I1 xg Fl.. 1 x ... '., 'v all ll za Vg. vol.. 14. CACTUS. 1907 COACH SCHENKER. Henry R. Schenker was born in Holyoke, Mass. His preparatory education he obtained in the public schools of his native town. Entering Yale Universitv in 1901, he remained for the full course, receiving his B.A. in 1905. ' As a college man, Mr. Schenker was a participant in numerous colege activities-athletic, literary, religious, and social. A prom- inent member of the footeball squad, he played half-back on the scrub team and at the same time was a member of the track team. He made the 'Varsity Gymnastic Team in his Freshman year, and was a member of this team all through his college career. During his Senior year he won the college championship and the coveted "Y"fthe only HY" given in this department. In his junior year he was winner of the German prize. For two years he was a member of the Executive Committee ofthe College Y. M. C. A. The tirst year after graduation Mr. Schenker was a member of the Faculty of Sedgwick School at Great Barrington, Mass., where he taught mathematics and German. Coach Schenker has been pursuing the study of law in the Uni- versity of Texas in addition to his duties as coach. The past suc- cessful foot-ball season speaks best for his ability as a coach. His true gentlemanly bearing and courteous consideration for those with whom he comes in contact have already won for him a host of friends among the Faculty, citizens, and students. MR. METZENTHIN. Our last season's foot-ball success was due in no small degree to the active interest and gratuitous labor upon the team by Mr. W. E. Metzenthin. Though in no way connected with the Athletic Department, he spent many hours upon the Held assisting Coach Schenker in turning out a winning team. Mr. Metzenthin attended the Austin High School, and later took an extended course in Germany. On returning to this country he entered Franklin and Marshall College, and there received the B.A. degree. From there he went to Columbia University, and in 1905 received his A.M. Throughout his entire college career he has been prominent in athletics. For two years he was the man most relied upon in the Franklin and Marshall College footeball line-up, and at Columbia he efasily made and kept his position as quarter- back. Foot-ball critics mentioned Mir. Metzenthin that year very favorably for All-American quarter, and it was said that but for the comparative lack of prom- tif: inence of the Columbia team in 1905 he would have been the choice for All-Amer- ' ican quarter-back. His work at that position has always been characterized by fg. strong head-work and a judgment which seldom erred. At Columbia he was also vii a member of the track team and a promising base-ball man. I His knowledge of foot-ball as it is played in the East was of great value to the If N " men who represented Texas last season, and they, as well as the student-body, .9 take this means of showing their appreciation of his generous work. ,,, A ll 246 1 y - yi? ,XE 1, ' N F5 gg' Q lig"""J i v 'alfa .r"4f2g, -H i 2 A iw. L E Qisgl vb T ' 'li' if .JVJQ 'Jr .fwfr 11fU2a.f- -ri ,K. ffiidmdx ff -A Ci 1, ' 1 1 '- +L X 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 X 551 " H 1 5' 43 ,W 0 if W' - 'I gp' X? 'fs 'QQ vw x 1 . iff X atb 'Q NNN '-M If ,fs ll., Kgmrx.. 1 VOL 1 . X 'wif " M ' v . f 'W N1 , 1 , , '1 1 CACTUS, is 0 L X 4 I L-i , Tw S ', A, 1907, 1 ,, ' 1 Wa, 1 if B 1 f , A 1 ,S N., 1 jeff, W ' 1,x 1,1 21 'Q ,H Ni-1 NN, fx X11 15 x - 'C 1 ' 1 1 Q1 or Na, Mf gq :L M 03 1 N M 'u 9 ,J,1a5,? 1 dl Xvx 1 W N? ' 21 , fig? fax 1 ' r x f x i 11 X, F I 11Y1i?1 li-fxx IL? v Q f ' 1 1 :X 1 ,Q 21 Q 1 xg: ,W K? ,.. 51", .i. f 1 4 X if . K1 1 1 2. X: Egg 1 9 :fi F51 Sf :K I Wg da fp fs 'N af WW U 'H I diff Rs 1 141 , Mx, ,-J FX 5151, 111 1 Q11 , W gg, 2-17 L Y.3f N'f NJ lf" ly' 1- I g :3 7 Q- K 1! Ju , ,bfiyijfbx 7" .3 4' 'WS Q-ff' ,CSF N .V Wit W -1 i 0 g' gy '15, vjog' 5-igwx - -N 1,4 -3 ' ' N :Nuys W- X .- J' r ' '33 an 9 ' X av 'tx Z5 D X , , vol.. 14. CACTUS. 1907. 'Sl - N e or A- A A A- ee ee- A W ' s If . 73 'rh S gf' s, e eason. " A ' 7 :ffl ' The foot-ball season of 1906 opened with the brightest prospects for a winning ' J 1 team for Texas seen in many years. Ten seasoned veterans returned to wear the .5 orange and white, while that most important factor in the development of any n .4 E first-class team, a large and enthusiastic practice-squad, from whose ranks some V . Q? e X . ix Af, ' 2 L v ' ext . 5 6- it .il H il ig ,3 X ' ' 76. f . ' il Ng 'P of the 'Varsitvs best men were to come, was not lacking. There was a new coach ' , and several experienced foot-ball men in the Faculty to assist him. Things looked I iv rosy indeed. But the outlook was not so promising when Wilkerson was barred, " -KX: and it was thought that both McMahon and Captain Parrish were to be ruled out ff! V X of the game. However, the S. W. I. A. A. permitted both the Captain and "Mc" " to play, by which ruling Texas' chances were greatly improved. A 'ix A A- A Ki Lg v X, fiai.-I-- .. -.. -- is 55 QS vi it . . Q -tex 'T L' W N ff. 'v fi' . ii' if fl., ,. X ' J' IJ do ' we W . "Q - . - . . , 1 X.: As lirst organized, the team showed great weakness at the position of quarter- If up If 5 back, but this was remedied by McMahon's going from half to quarter and by ' IJyer's subsequent development. The goal-kicking was also poor during the first i bf 0, ' ll 248 " l 1 X: . 29 ' i Q ' ' .gifs 1 ' 1 g A . 41: W. V N' I ,5- fg in Q MQ. 1Lo.,j ,Da T33 5 N A fix? is QQ osx - , . ,pf wg..l, ,Maggy -4 -'Q' . 1 . :JD J ' - . yfijf gg, - 15 ,, as f - 1 , 'l 1 1 ' ...A 'W VOL. 14, cAcTus. 1907. 1' y , - gg of the season, but later several good kickers were developed. However, the most 5 serious defect in the team, and one from which it never fully recovered, was the S-' A inability of the back field to handle punts properly. It was to this fact, primarily, P55, - A r K, that the large size of the Vanderbilt score was due-a score which, to have repre- ' A" xg, sented the true merits of the two teams, should have been some twenty points less. Q n ' But in spite of the fact that all the circumstances seemed to favor the development af " , - of a good team, the men showed a lack of energy and vim in the first games of the In 3, season, they were slow and sluggish. This was because these games were all lst V easy ones-games in which Texas was sure of her ability to win by a good score. ? 'Q The Soldiers' team from Ft. Sam Houston was composed of strong, gritty players, J A ,B but thev lacked training, and were easilv defeated. Texas Christian University Pg ' ' ' ' '- 5:- - S i I I - at r X gn Lani. ,.m,.. K N . A il - V' W1 . ffm? P , X. AX 4 'J' proved another easy victim, while the boys from the West Texas Military Academy, U A 9 although they were good players and well trained, were outweighed and outclassed. Wim , , And so the team left for its trip without having played any hard game, any game 75 I in which they were called upon to really exert themselves, and to draw upon their ma . -V reserve energy-a mistake, as the sequel proved, for this was the other reason I ' .5 . -3 that Vanderbilt made such a large score. Upon strange territory, after a hard I ,Q . . . ' trip, without support or encouragement from the bleachers, and without having . had a hard game to prepare them for it, the Steers met one of the best teams in f - America, and were beaten. Defeated, but still plucky, the team showed its first fy- A x ' I I 1 " I A , s X X 51 ,lt 'T Jw- indication of real merit in the message, "Texas not discouraged, going toiwin the T ' N' others." And she did win them. That defeat marked an epoch in the teams' ,.- ... history. A change was evident in the Arkansas game. Texas had determined to win. She played with a new vigor. And Arkansas lost. Outweighed by Okla- Q-fs homa and with the odds greatly against her, Texas started in courageously. But 'UQ Oklahoma, with the aid of luck, won the first half. In the second half, however. 7 Texas rallied, and, by very hard playing, turned the defeat into a victory. In the 9 Haskell game the team reached its best, although, perhaps, the individual effort 4' W A, -X - -49 .ir . 5 ' +1 5 ' rw? fs 1 A N - D, 1 , A . .2 K , 1 md-eu? WQKFGWYWWW g if I .I 2,243 W aj , did not equal that of the Thanksgiving game. In the former game the team work wasvperfect, while the plays were executed with a dash and snap greatly in cons J I, li r .4 . x dl . 'Y ,lr , . ,. ,n pa, . .Jill ,, rp ? 'J Xu M "A Eff. is ,, ,A ilx N' sz fb :rf N? A s 'C ' We Q? 721 ' Q ".:z Ni, 'i"'7' " - i M X iii 1 W it fc - X W we X. I N- xr JX- . -J ' s '-l f :cs Q5 gf 3 No P 1. lil ali lfekl J y - ga Nix, bs IG g ill, ,M Xp. A to 0 .VN l ., ,. , K N , XL LM T' it di Acfvf X if HNXJ A 412 ,li ll I!! -,X - j x ... j., is are igigfhiff Kr! W X ll. HEX v XJX A -I x XS ' .D di fa 5. wifi 1 ID gl! Z von.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907 trast to the team's earlier sluggishness. The easy victory scored by Texas in this game was partly due to the weakness of the Indians, it is true, but it was no less due to Texas' strength. In fact, the team that day compared favorably with any one ever put out by Texas, even the justly famous aggregation of Igoo. The game with Daniel Baker College was hardly more than a practice game, but when it met Washington, the team was again called upon to show its grit. With the first half gone, and the score 6-5 against her, and with the field a very sea of slippery mud, the team braced up and again turned defeat into victory by scoring twice in the second half. And the Thanksgiving game, although a good one in which there were a great many splendid plays, could have only had one result. A. Sc M. was outplayed by four touch-downs. Af Iffza, wif' ' . Texas, therefore, lost but one game, and that to Vanderbilt., who, be it re- membered, was in a class far beyond that of any other school in the South or Southwest, for she, it was who upset all the calculations for the big Western championship. Viewed as a whole, the season was a most satisfactory one for X l MA .A 1 l . - Texas. The record of her team upon the home field was remarkable. Only one team crossed the Texas goal-line, and that on the merest fluke, and on a Held so muddy that even the officials found great difficulty in standing. The team scored in all 201 points and 60 points were scored against them, 45 of which were T50 , 1" A -, 'ef iw' , gg: f.s5'7" if if" - f'-' f' 7-3 PWM if XY , , fl f .' Maggy Y aff V4 'X 7325" .5 ' X24 liffb Zfx 'A' at Liv -4. 1 l are at .aaa as at VOL 14 cAcTus 1907, '.x at x , 'v made by Vanderbilt Much credit IS due to the Loich and his able assistants, Aff In splte of the cold rain storm which practlcallx precluded attenflance at the 6 dr nan. ,2 X M Wg fa ,, A 5 In Q3 XM, ff' K , X, if W .A - X 1 J 'in l im il f x 1 G JA-1-' J ggi ' 2,52 fu N XL X 1-'Q , MA! 5 , .1 X in Wi '7 K A . 1 1, .li lil Xt Washington game Manager Lumpkin 15 to be congratulated upon the financial f J success of the season as Well as for hls ludffment in arranging the Schedule. A 1 :A 1. P. 11. I? 'f . X-:JT J lf. L Q' M i K A , I' X C In T i 'pf XN5. 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I 47777, , Y A-ff' ' ' "' " 77' N ,x "N L-'XE jf x ' JL! ' L - 'N :!:' .JK Y ' if 4 . I E .w CI Di ,. I ig' -5 is N' 2 M ' ,, .61 .,, -.. , , t 4 ck, H 2 dig. Q n-4 I ' ZH: X5 . M' c U B -r: V 'E U W! M f, ,fly fl i K fn 'UWM E flfqw K 5 'f ,+A , . fc! xxx E aff' -Q 6 fag 2 yn? , 4: ' Q X A " f X ,' J' Rx 12 P 1 ,, .Q 'O 5 Xin U C C J-. . 5 ' X X 'Un SH . 1 f QU R V LH J 33 -V at ,, ' a , 2 2721 E , 1, V Lal: ' J M Nw if ' 5 AJ i 3 -5 E if S :fc Q if J .2 H13 l Q Q ,J ,gi 72? N4 12-4 ..- .1 ' x .. A ' - x L1 'fu 3 ,mv 4 wff' gr 'L 2 -3 ffq"viG ,v H, M QX :M ,l"x'sw 1 fj 'T U w Q, 4 I, ,L fl L .3 S' . O xt, S a ix, 7 - - w- 1? AN f , , W PM Nw ff n i f ,, V , ,gaQX 3 ekAfl9Zff-!X YQ fm-0 X .Jay if Z4 vJ JN Q R6 MY JN 1 o 1. H f . ' I ' X ii 3 P? 'N .K 'N N WL . ' I? 'i A A as O. if fig E9 13 XX Iii? X X hs nf 1 I. N .H -fs, . X VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. ' " f L ' Qs .iw The Team. "ls fqflllfl Q, W i - A 5 PARRISH. ff- io D 1 :A BQ For the past five years the name of Lucien W. Parrish has been so insep- . 4 i Q, arably connected with athletics at the University of Texas that it will be many a Q T .5 day before he will cease to be missed on the field and track. His career is marked al -1 by a long line of victories and feats of distinction. At the end of ' the 1905 season he was unanimously chosen captain for the follow- f '- Q? ing year, and next season, as he will still be in the University pur- A ' X suing his law course, although not allowed to play, he will lend his ff A ' 'U services as assistant coach. G' 4 On account of the S. W. I. A. A. graduate rule, Parrish was not f permitted to play in the early games this past season: but, to the if ll great relief and delight of every Texas student, the law was repeal- Y ed, and the big Captain was allowed to go into the VVashington 1, ij Q game, his work being the subject of immediate recognition and ily, f ' just praise. But the Haskell game was the Captain's day. He '5 i X played his old position at center, and he surpassed himself. The i f 6- A Q A manner in which he, time after time, broke through the Indian line ' , vs and blocked their kicks was simply marvelous. - ' v ' Parrish's record is an example to be followed by men who 'uh . ' stand for gentlemanly, courageous, and sportsmanlike athletics, if and his career as captain is an instance of what can be done with ,f Eb a team who have utmost confidence in their leader. In choosing the All-Southern team the critics have, with very few exceptions, 'Lx .3 9 overlooked every team in the South except Vanderbiltg but one of these few ex- P ' ceptions is "Parrish of Texas," whom impartial critics have placed at left guard. , I 0 L K r. jf, : DUNCAN. ,v X , ' ,ff T ik If the quarter-back on the opposing team were to consult the wishes of the kj Texas rooter before calling each play, he would probably spend nine-tenths of his ' ' 53 time in trying to skirt Texas' right end, for in the opinion of Texas men the - QA? Qjx u greatest defensive end who has ever appeared on Clark field is ga XXX r little Duncan. I T xg. -' Those who remember Vance Duncan, end and captain of L I fy jx the igoz team, can see in the movements of his younger broth- -' C53 ij: "f er the same natural foot-ball ability. J 5' ji A' In the late encounter with Vanderbilt there was at least one ' fjzlfjgx . line of attack tried by the old gold and black which they found J " if x to be absolutely futile. Not only did the famous Craig fail to , .J , E gain around the Texas right end, but he was repeatedly thrown ' 'V V for a loss. Duncan is not merely a defensive end. The difiicult Q., long forward pass, as effectuated time and again during the past Qf1,,iQ is. season by McMahon and Duncan, made this play one of the pret- fl l 'X tiest features of nearly every game. His rare judgment and I ' speed make him a valuable ground-gainer. One of the pret- ." If fy tiest runs of the season was Duncan's seventy-five-yard run in f ' rl., the A. ik M. game. For his superior judgment, clear insight into the game, his rare qualities of Q, '- ,,,f"iN- generalship, and as an expression of the implicit confidence in him by his team- ff ,a mates, little Duncan was the choice for captain of the 1907 team. -" j Impartial critics have placed Duncan at right end on the All-Southern, even ' ,,. over the famous Bob Blake, of Vanderbilt. C l 254 if f . , Q xv . rf fe - . ' 2.1 fa A f 'X --gp: 1 fee? tts?" ' ' 5, Q 4.--eff -v 513 .rf-.,,x - A , l- My 1- rj, . , fr X-.xt fm W it ff' T ,fu . i W Q.,-f fx- f ,ff-Lui A f!Z'l'. QLWTX' A LJ I ' f .. QA fl. lg. A -1 I 3 va . QNNW X "TW N 59 XX Hdfx 3 ' iv ' 424' ' xx' l lr Kb fy VOL, 14, cAcTus. 1907. l fb Q51 MCMAHON. lfdqf' Texas boasts of a long line of famous quarter-backs, including such men as Q Semp Russ, Rembert Watson, Seth Searcy, and Billy Blocker, and with one ac- ln cord the people who saw the glorious Haskell game in IQO6 would add to this list E I the name of Winston McMahon. Others may have been quicker, i, others have been faster, have seemed better fitted for the position 5' naturally, but never was there a morenconscientious, more perse- '9 . vering, harder worker. What was the result? A man naturally TS - cut out for half-back or full-back ended this season one of the best I quarter-backs in the Texas records. ' On account of the graduate rule, Mac was barred from some of I Y the preliminary games, and consequently it was not until the Wash- ington game that he was showing star-like form. f The Oklahoma people credit him with possessing "the great- est toe in the South." And well may they have reason to think ,li M so, for in that game, with only a few seconds to play, the score be- '. g ing 9 to 6 in Oklahoma's favor, the Texas team having fought its niky, way gradually up the field and being finally held to a standstill, 9 Captain Parrish, realizing that it was our only hope, called on Mac for a drop-kick. The result of his effort is revealed by the final score, y. N, which stood IO to 9 in favor of Texas. In the Thanksgiving game Mac was again T X l the star, carrying the ball for a total of more than a hundred yards, kicking it in X., the aggregate more than three times the length of the Held. ? 'i A member of the Senior Law Class, when he leaves this year, it will be with a host of friends behind, who are loth to see him go. Q -ax HENDRICKSON. ' In many respects, the most brilliant, most spectacular, and X . most unique player that ever donned a Texas foot-ball armor is the AK- . fleet-footed half-back from the Pacific Coast. For advancing the ., A F ball, he is only rivalled by the famous ex-captains, "Red" Wat- K. 5' son and the unequalled "Robby.,' Taken all in all, for brilliant end runs, with little or no interference-the kind that raises the A9 Ti thousands of spectators out of their seats and converts the grand- stand into a pandemonium of enthusiasm-the laurels must un- doubtedly go to Hendrickson. In the Indian game he is credited with two touch-downs, the honors for spectacular work going easily to him, and in the game with Washington he made all three I touch-downs, each after a long run. His thrilling runs in the A. Q M. game, in which he frequently dragged two and three men with him for long gains, excited more interest than any other feat- ure, and gave to his splendid season a fitting climax. The change in the rules has favored Hendrickson, and he has contributed much toward making the new game a more beautiful exhibition from the standpoint of the spectator. The whole student body will - welcome his return next year. U x fm ll, I A It , X 9 W Y .V ig, lm . . ' 9 93 Q. . , F ' S 4" J' vff A s 'f i r-1 -' ,.. 'if 'il tk FINK. 9 When the IQO6 foot-ball season opened, and for some days thereafter, the I position of left end was an open proposition. As an experiment, Henry Fink, the f . dl, ll J ll 5 255 Tl. . Y I ...Q 2-iq E55 -Q c. fla-rx Viftsill ...J N. :K f. 'b ff' 1.1 ag, . WI, J J fl .Q l N, aff- if , I l I I 'J ff ,flffy l ' - n x '-Xi A X ala", V gl ' 5 J .,lli 1 -' U.x A IJ- XXX W5 if X74 f v 0' v bv 0 Ft U.. 55 1 .flll ,, my v f ll .X ,ffl f 'I KN' life. A nf? fy 5? Y L-FE-Z' N3 F 45 I Alta- 5 EJQA' 'FF 5 :L . I l , l MLN A I l 1..,, K 1' ll c I: I' 'I J 1 1 as gig, xx . xg Hia, X X :A '25 0 . g. x X ., 1 1 lf X fo . fs" N . JM: '1' fa Qj ff' Q fb so 1 gs X 1 1. f Ky v v H 44. 1 . 1? S UQ rw ff ' X -33 A fri I! Mk ,if il x .- xl. i ff!! tm ,QVJAN rl! XV. L , lv f T2 L-Z 1 ,H fi-lx ff- Q P' X1 ' Effie-i J' i girl xg I. ,fel f-A xfa l'lNN 1 . x lv ffbi fftlqfq, .flu , 51... X ll! 2 X1 3-, NE? ffw-di ., f A f fy l rllfvi- I 1 ib V 5 ' 11 ff lm VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907 veteran tackle of the 'o5 eleven, was moved out to the end position. There he remained, but after the first game the move ceased to be an experiment. Fink's athletic ability is not confined solely to ' foot-ball, as he has an enviable track record, and has achieved distinction on the Gym. team. A man of extreme modesty, his gen- ial disposition and constant good-spirits make him a particularly valuable man to the foot-ball team. A painful bruise received inpne of the preliminary games caus- ed him to play the remainder of the season with a crippled arm, which, but for the lack of needed rest, might have healed much sooner. With his left arm apparently out of commission, his defen- sive playing in the Haskell game was one of the features of that memorable contest. As for the A. 8: M. game, it was remarked that in spite of his crippled arm he took care of left end as if he had been an octopus. VVhat will Fink be in 1907 with two good arms? BOB RAMSDELL. The Senior member of the famous Ramsdell brothers is one of the veterans on the team, consequently, when the 1906 season was begun, Bob Ramsdell was placed at his old position at left tackle, and there he played throughout the season. He is one of the ex- ceptional linemen who is fast, quick, and alert enough to "getaway" withthe ball for an end run. He can wade through the line like a battering-ram, and no less strong is he when it comes to holding on the defensive. A portion of the time that Captain Parrish was barred from the team on account of the graduate rule Bob Ramsdell was appoint- ed temporary captain, and his conduct of the team showed -that the trust was not misplaced. In the T. C. U. game he was one of the three best ground-gainers: in the Washington game it was a notable fact that Bob Ramsdell was in every play: and in the Haskell game his offense was up to his usual high standard, while his defense was invincible. Vtfe hope to have him back for two more years. HAMILTON. ,Y A7 .:.w1"fZA sgliv . '. . ff ,g 3 ,cp -. .Lg :- 3' L X. 1' 1 , .. V '.,: .. , 1 d B1 5. . f 51 . ' 5 3 - .1 .1 Fl 'fyplxf :tl liver since the days when we used to speak of the "center rush," and up to and during the present time when, through our ' tendency to brevity in speech, we denomin 1te the same position "center," the picture which we unconsciously form at the men- tion of this position is that of a husky, hefty, brawny mass of humanity in the shape of a lad whose avoirdupois ranges from 225 to goo pounds. ln the IQO5 team the center weighed only 168 pounds, and the same man played the same position through the 1oo6 season, "weighing in" at 170 pounds, both years the lightest man in the line. It seems paradoxical to speak of the "little center," but Brodie Hamilton answers to that description. He was accustomed to being pitted against men who outweighed him from 20 to .io pounds, and the way he held his own with the big Vanderbilt center will not soon be forgotten. On account of a dislocated shoulder, he was prevented from playing in the XVashington, Haskell, and Oklahoma games. lfortunately,bhowever, he recovered in time for the A. X M. game. ' 1 2 56 gg hu , A wg, .1 .1 ,.Q,,..g, f.- QW.-' rXi'NXl.'2ff'QJi .257 iii .W W .J If is if I 2 .aw ' 2.1 ' Q .' . AHWJN' Affb . ,LH fx if X X 'zr f M I N ff. tak 4-A-L . -'55 - ff ' .11 ll 1 1 X I . - A .gm , null. 1 if I J I, All Mr W X ff' -A 5 ' s ,Y I ,I if 0' n W W' Mil, ff 3 ifql. ,jf 11 . Xa G .J fu' :Rx fb 4 XR ,X tiff.. 47 fiifiki iff 5. effiily ' ' 'Q Kv' P' U1 -U "'- ' ' 'A 1 r ' ,, 1 43 W - ll . . . as. 'im ,fm 55 yay at ""f.1 - ' ,Q VOL, 14, cAcTus. 1907. lg Oblivious to the grandstand, always good-humored, Brodie Hamilton is "in Kb . 1 the game" from kick-off until the last whistle. x' '- X ' - CALDWELL- , Ballard Caldwell, of El Paso, Tex., received his early training on the footaball Ni, team at West Texas Military Academy, a training found very ser- Q viceable when he entered 'Varsity in 1904. He did not make the X team during the first year, but when he was put in the A. 8: M. game, he made quite a hit during his few minutes of play. In 1905 is he was awarded a "T" for a season of hard and effective work, again T, starring in the A. 8: M. game. The past season he was one of 'X - the best ground-gainers in the T. C. U. game, was one of the stars in the Washington "slush-sliding festug while in the Indian game his work, both offensive and defensive, was up to his usual reliable , and steady quality. Against his old foes in the Thanksgiving con- test he waded through the line for a total of nearly seventy yards. X2 Caldwell is not a spectacular player, his most valuable asset being his line-plunging for short steady gains, and an exceptional ability for team-work in putting the fullaback through the line. His thorough knowledge of the game, his indomitable tenacity, tj and his untiring faithfulness make him one of the most valuable X : men on the team. X Another "vet" for 1907. , HASTINGS. X- One of the "finds" of the 1905 season was the auburn-haired Freshman full- ., back. When the IQO6 season opened, there were no gloomy mis- givings as to this position, every one counting on Freshman Hast- ings. He came back, but not the same old Hastings, whose fierce line-plunging for three successive touch-downs in less than twelve 4 , minutes of play had been the feature of the eventful Thanksgiving X game the year before. A severe spell of typhoid fever during the summer had wrought the change in the Freshman. Although seva eral pounds under his normal weight and comparatively weak, he came out and "made good" again. In the second game he began X to show some of his old-time form, but, for fear of over-working 1 him he was played in only part of the next few games. After 1 this needed rest, when he was allowed to go in for a few minutes of the Indian game, the old 'fRed" Hastings began to wade through the Haskell line in his ancient fash- jg ion, and his repeated plunges were greeted by X tremendous war-whoops of applause. The mar- . velous line-bucking of Freshman Hastings will not be soon for 1 ' I gotten, and if he never plays another game, he has established a reputation which will be hard to equal. JS- FRED RAMSDELL. ' In 1905 the position of the junior of the Ramsdell brothers was right-end, but after his record-smashing track exhibition that X season, the coaches conceived the idea of making out of him a DX, star half-back for the 1906 eleven. His 1906 foot-ball record ' is the best tribute to their excellent judgment. The Texas team was just beginning to get into shape this , past -season when Fred Ramsdell's ankle was badly sprained. It J' S, 257 XL ' . ' . I F f L , ' 'Q fw' , Q: , 5541?-'J - . 9 N X f I -' ' , 7'u ' ' Q 'f .uw ' F Jai 'X EJ' cg , K , X .4 , zffiibi 1 4 . 1 i fr , . . , ,, t, , , EN . g . . as J . if has la la fe aaa A ' .. "TtfLX'f' if if X Siege iii is X 42 ' I " xx . -'-xi. VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. r l A'd' 'T'W iff nf T I Y T . ' i If x . t . fs ' , was feared that he was out of the game for good, but such fears were without A!,,'Ni consideration for the stuff of which true Texas half-backs are made. In the Sol- J ffj 'gf diers' game, before he was injured, his long run of sixty yards for a touch-down 'ji gif Q, was the feature of the game, Fred being the best ground-gainer for Texas. In l n L the Indian game, after he had been hurt and before his ankle had completely healed, he was put in at left guard, and this position he filled with credit. After ., W a needed rest for his ankle, the husky left-half was back in the 'Thanksgiving YU tiff if game and in his old form. Again he was the best ground-gainer for Texas, car- ,fa Q ' gr rying the ball for a total of over two hundred yards. VVho can say what great , ,ft ' deeds he may perform next season? 4 .j. . lt s ll LQ MAINLAND. - '3 'M . Magnus Mainland, 'o8 Engineer, the famous basket-ball 1 coach and manager, hails from Orkney Isles, Scotland. Although A KA jj bonnie Scotland is a nice little jaunt from Austin, the big, jovial, ' ? but dignihed lineman appears to be perfectly at home on Clark - - V1 Held and at right guard on the 'Varsity eleven. The big Scot is 'I one of the class of athletes who stands for pure sportsmanship, and girl f' who commands the respect of every right-thinking lover of true 1 ij athletic sport. He is not a limealight player, but one who works ,P : 6 XX 2 in harmony with his team-mates as a valuable and essential 7 1 ,h a M part of the machine. He believes in teamework, and that means I , weien. f ng The Indian game was his gala day. He seemed to take a L , , i strange delight in showing up the poor Red men. Repeatedly '? he broke through the line, tackling the backs for losses and 9 breaking up punts. A9 In the A. X M. game he was an immovable barrier when it came to defensive work. His unflinching defense and his true jovial spirit are his main assets. gf It is good to think that the prospects are favorable for his return next year. , . .. tx : I X , X My ADAMS. fr-I J Grover C. Adams came to the University of Texas in 19o5 and iq QA' 3 entered the junior Law Class, a graduate of Trinity University, v' ff X where he was a member of the foot-ball eleven. His home is in '- ' Athens tTex.j, and from the first day on the field in 1905, by the 5, qi determined way in which he went into the game, working with the I scrubs, he showed the spirit of the true Athenian of old. The coach- Q2 es recognized in him an "old head," and had it not been for the fact ,I ' X that all the old back field had returned, Adams would have made W " his the first year. The past season he shared the honors at ' 3 left half with Fred Ramsdell. His steady end runs, as well as his 2 strong defensive work in the T. C. U. game, assured him a place ,z,sXQEL,lJN- on the 1906 eleven. , I lj, - 5 ' There are faster men on the team, but for steady gains of from .1 5, X five to twenty yards there is not a man who can be more relied up- Q9 :J gk on than Adams: the element of his success in this being the heady Q. manner in which he follows his interference. , In the A. 8: M. conflict Calthough in the game less than fifteen minutes j,by N . lf I line-bucking and quick openings he gained a total of nearly 50 yards. ' gf 5 Adams is a member of the 'o8 Law Class, and can be counted on as a "vet" ' for 'o7. - el' i 257A Y o X.- TS M ECTQE? A 1 ' 1 .fi at Mfg 4' -, Q9 XHX r f' , Pl fix,-4. .ll. .. qf ,. pf Jw all f .75 . K ,fg,4'rX jffx M Q ll X . U27 5 si I 5 , A X , 1 X X ev. gh X 1 Q! Q 4' . lt. l fsf2?5ZfQ2F' ' Xx l 3 25 Q QD IX: 'f 'xx I as Alfa A as Wisteria I-at e VOL. 14, CACTUS. 1907. FELDHAKE. Lawrence Hugh Feldhake is another one of the three men for whose early foot-ball training the 'o6 Texas team is deeply indebt- ed to the Houston High School. It is seldom that a man in the line plays foot-ball in a manner which might be called spectacular, and in this the tall, hefty, right tackle on the IQO6 eleven is no exception, but what is a much highe er tribute than the plaudits elicited by the "thrilling dash" is the merited testimony of the men who play at his side-some of the latter have been heard to remark that "Feldhake is the best man in the line." However, he does not play an altogether nbscuml- hero game. Notably, we recall the forty-yard flaxlz Zlzrouglz the lint' in the Haskell game. Although he played a steady hard game the season through, in the Indian game particularly we remember him as a star. Not only was his offense aggressive and alert, but his "defense was rock-like." VVe are reminded with pleasure that 'fFeldy" will be with us next year, and, we hope, through the next. KRAHL. On a chilly night a year ago this spring a self-constituted delegation of junior Laws their respects to Brackenridge Hall. The Freshmen Engineers were their hosts, and a more enthusiastic reception was never tendered. The guests, however, treated these cordial hosts to a liberal cold ablution. There was one strapping Engineer who stood out head and shoulders above his brothers, and it took the combined strength of his overwhelming guests to capture him. However, after a heroic struggle, he succumbed to the great odds, and came forth A smiling in defeat, like the man that he is. The junior Laws, at least, are not surprised that this young Engineer is to be found among the heroes of the IQO6 'Varsity eleven. Another product of the Houston High School, Krahl began to "make good" as early as the T. C. U. game. In the Washington game he was mentioned as one of the stars, while in the Indian game his work at full-back was splendid. His most commendable feat was the one which was the lone and saving feature of the Vanderbilt game Cviewed from a Texas standpointj. In the returns from Nashville the following was noted: "Krahl breaks up a forward pass and makes a sensational thirty-yard run" -the longest gain made by Texas in the game. In the A. 8: M. game he gained a total of nearly 70 yards through the line. IQKeep your eye on the full-back for IQO7. DYER. F1 It is the exception when the coveted "T" is won in foot-ball by a man described by the following combination: Seventeen years of age, height, 5 feet 9 inches: weight, 144 pounds. But in the characteristically exceptional 19o6 eleven the above-described man is the plucky little quarter-back, one of the trio from the Houston High Shcool. Ben Dyer's light weight is more than made up for by that quality known in foot-ball parlance as "sand"g and, as is in- variably the case with the man who plays this position, his quarter- back efficiency is due to a cool head, hard work, and good judg- ment. As a punter, the little quarter is above the average: and as a defender, of the distant back field, suffice it to say that he played in eight out of ten games during the whole of which time the Texas goaleline was not crossed. The most memorable feature of his work during the season was his generalship in the A, 81 M. game. In thinking of the future, be it remembered that Ben has two more years I at Texas. 257B - ' fy. 1 , 7" . .-f nba? ' if ' " ' f'-' -ffrg - .fig r1'5w'1?'l -1 .1 with r I 171. fgg' ef'-m .mfglll ,WZLQ 'iff . ft? - an-I X MJ' ? JW , K !f5J"""XL ja? Q 1. Mb X ff' S. x I 155 E :Qi- l i tif ff1.'.lm,y , . S3 Mgt' 1 Q TG, .X fllliriii r ' A . A lli .4 4 'l r 'X X75 ff 'i ,L .6 ,, ,i L.,- ,ga r. f A f 'S 2 -ffl Y! 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Za Ria, ' A I 7 , 'X '.' --. 5, if? .., ' ' ... ,rflif T f?-94" fo A-"PE 1 ' 2 ,- X - J , ' ' -,ml MW VN V J X Nf'7WS NW' QWW i N .QM if N-" , ' X XP, iff. ' via ' .JM I 7 I .QA . Wf .' 4' . ,.. tif- Ql f-J A 21 - s-fW06 51 MDE i v, 3' I V A "' ff. r W1 I N41 ..l,- vw-4 Q ' - Q I I . I FY 3 X u n ff: yd ' I 5 s l r V M4 .g. S 5 9 L ' ' ' ' 1 I - I-1 . A rf- . assi il gl 45 ,. A I W ix ,. V , V 'D l as Rim' Q Wg 'E Qi VOL 14 CACTUS. 1907. "Wearers' of the T. A. A." GYMNASTICS. Hobart Rey. E. Baldwin. Ross Boothe. HAND-BALL. H. H. Sutton. F. L. Ramsdell. R. B. McBride. TRACK. J. Y. Bone. W. E. Smith. J. E. Durham. C. U. Moore. T. W. Bailey. L. E. jones. Champion 'OS Class Foot-Ball Team. Scores. Stmors . o juniors, Freshmen . . 5 juniors, Opponents, . . . juniors, . FINK, I ADAMS, s- . . Coaches. J. G. BROWNE, . Manager. P. LIPSCOMB, . . Captain. Vickers Haskell. Sweet. Russell. White. Ball. Sewell. Rowe. Harley. Lipscomb. Monteith. Williams. Eyres. Feuille. Walker. McBride. . 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J :fn-J fqzfj ' M 4Yxl.'X'jVNx , X1 XM N qi . .Af ,JQQQ ff, M N ,+ yfvj xx -1 ' ff+ Xa M X- 'LJ W W 'N U - 5 IW 54 ' jf :is Q-W Sy-4:53 .ig ,- 4-53- ' .1 s 7 I mf ' l 'Intl 1 ' ff 'F ' 'Z XX as X i 1 X X X 3 X' i ff N vol.. 14. cAc-rus. 1907 rf I, ' X.. fafllilil' If . ' 1 1906 Base-Ball feam. A No C lj ' V xx 'TS l .'1l A1 1 .-N 2 A x ' .. 61 1 ' x in ' . Q ttf ti its ti . I 01 , 1 ,V 'B ,ik X . .1 X' I , W. Ls G' N, 33 fig X 57 'L Rl 1 L15 XM: R -JB sql l Q X W x ..- I., 'v . in lrilfllifl 45: 'lfll F XX ,c?'ff"'l ,M 1 X - X N V W f 1 3. W. H. FRANCIS, SEWELL MEYER. . . R. F. HL'TCIiINSlbN, . . . W. H. Francis. Malcolm Graham. Joel F. Watson. N. C. Walker. H. M. Richey. A. D. Robertson. W. McMahon. George Sears. J. G. Browne. Ed. Samuell. . Captain. Manager. . Coach. Louis Jacoby CCaptain electj. P. M. Weatherred. 1906 SCHEDULE AND scoRE. March I3 at Austin-Texas, 3, Austin League 2. March I4 at Austin-Texas, 6, Austin League, 5. March 26, at Austin-Texas, 43 Kansas, 2. March 27 at Austin-Rain. March 30 at Austin-Texas, 41 Austin League, I4 March SI at Austin-Texas, 133 St. Edward's, 1. April 7 at Austin-Texas, IQ T. S. D., 3. April I4 at Austin-Texas, IOQ S. W. U., Q. April 16, at Austin-Texas, 1 Q St. Edwards, 9. April 20 at Austin-Texas, 31 Baylor, 1. April 21 at Austin-Rain. April 27 at CollegeATexas, og A. 81 M. C., 9. April 28 at College-Texas, og A. 8 M. C., 22. April 30 at Baton Rouge-Texas, SQ L. S. U., o. May 1 at Baton Rougeiliexas, 3, L. S. U., 7. May 3 at Oxford-Texas, og Mississippi, 5. May 4 at Oxford-Texas, IQ Mississippi, 3. May 5 at Oxford-Texas, 121 Mississippi, o. May II, at Austin-Texas, 61 A. 8 M. C., 5. May 12, at AustiniTexas, 2, A. X M. C., 1. 264 5 a jsp, O.. ii i A I N N 1 f A Su, . . f'QfSf iff' . " .aa A-y . f!Z4l'- JM wizsb is w--1, 1-pi' '1 I l '1 i-xi . 1, I-l I. 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Last spring, however, Texas was K X , invited to participate in a meet with Vanderbilt and Tulane at New Or- - leans. After very little training, a . steam was sent to this meet, and, as a result of this lack of training, Texas was beaten. Vanderbilt and it A Tulane tied for first with 39 points Q each, Texas scoring 30 points. The X winners for Texas were: 5 Parrish, first in the hammer I throw, II6-I 1-3. Parrish, first in the shot, put, I A - I 35-IO. V Fred Ramsdell, first in the mile, , time, 4-57. Fred Ramsdell, second in the lr N A X T. C. Kendall, first in the high jump, 5-8. T. C. Kendall, first in the pole . 220 and third in the 440. 4 . H3 , i t vault,9-11-5. .4 To the Southwestern meet at 4 .1 , P 1, Oklahoma, Texas sent a team of only three men, who won a total of 31 points, and second place, breaking four records. Following are the winners for Texas: . 100 yards Fred Ramsdell IO seconds Cbrealting Southwestern recordj 220 yards Fred Ramsdell 2 1 5 seconds Qbrealting the Southwestern recordj 440 yards Fred Ramsdell 53 seconds High jump T C Kendall 5 8 Cbreakin Southwestern recordj Parrish was not up to his usual form taking only third place in the hammer throw and second in the shot put Ramsdell also won second place in the half mile and kendall second in the pole vault 1' x 2 x je 'N I Q. 1, 1 , 2 -1 - 7. ' 7' . Q ,A ' I Y ' . Y Y l 'Y' 0' 1 .- 1 . ' . ' . O . . ' ' ' 5 Q 1 - li I ' 4' , - . . . , , i 2 ' P . 6 .. by 9 54 Q 4 5 Q, f T33 N 5 -'E K ref?-E-E 5-675' 1 7- ' ' 'W' X EJ ? .-W ' ' !fa5J .MJ -x ii ' . -'S N JK, with af. A 1 l 1 l N My jg . ,fl "MAI u il 1 'G L . Q I ft ME' f 'Q i J qlllx ' 4 it E 'J' - xt I I va "1. 5 a ni b' We 53. - a ifijyx' tim A' ' I J ps 1 ffl. Q pit 5. 1 2? .filth 143 an 'IBEW Wah L4 V ga x W J an Q 9 1, .pn N ,- ,- f-1 .- S3 O 5- 0 4. 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Q gf' 'f :Q vor.. 14. l'JAf?TUi. 199-7. 1 J' 1 . in ' r ,. X, Xxx is lf X 3 xy. s v. ffl ,, Ki? .N: n 1 Y N - V M 4 , , Q 1' Qs ff' Q . X5 gud?-Nz?--:I , U 0 N 2f'f"1 ' I 0' e ' 2" M " .iff . 1 'll ilk Mifffiwff l ll 1 W ii: L l V 1 .l lf . Ji? 'U "1 . . , -4, sv ,Viv -.FYMX-I 1 ff RQ? zftvqlfi If 3 A. , -Vw V? 4, , V NV - ' me l,' Ya, W.. 'W 1 , 1 xii-uf-. is 0 l u" ,R AU W: ' Q , Kg . in w X Gxlxfw 'J 'y B sd f X F js ' I I Ay 0 is J X if , f X : W! X fs' 'Y 3 'N Bailey. Howser. Wilkerson. Philpott. Key. X fa- 4-v Campbell. White. Bailey. Jones. F X ' YL N :A X' jx X QW fl G xx I PPS cdillvul Ng 4 If D 42 l 7 P W 272 " Wy . l K? I v 1 'I ' o '- M . - Y -1 W- - -' ..-f If X lf Q l- TY wifi 'ff' if l , av . P x x Xl l I ' GW , I I If lv - 47J 'if V ' - , Nl 1 ' X4 A . 9 A , " ff, ' 'gmt' A 4 I W . l U f 1 I ' "gg" ' I xg V9 J X if! f Q? ,f v K 'Ip' X755 ax IALJ N439 i n I l ,- 'l A I" vol.. 14. CACTUS. 1907. is ' l 2 " W' 'T Ti' A N bfi fr, 1 Wx: fm f . - M N 1 V' 1 1. ' 'j l r 4 A ,, l ll Q 1 if ' 1 lil Yi al, ik " ' Basket-Ball. S . Li .l I . M I ' 41 - . SCOTT BROWN, Manager. 'fl 1' ser? Xi FRED RAMSDELL, . Captain. I ".1 fl F XX . MAGNUS MAINLAND, ..... Coach. ffjjisx , in Q M Fred Ramsdell. Scott Brown. X. ' Lacy. Schaefer. ' , ,Q I Thomas. Berry. n fl I f' 1 A wi Thrasher. Vining. J' .., ' 3 I v- 9 1906 Sc'.r1'c'.f. Q, fp ' T March Texas-Baylor, at Austin., . , . 27-17 , 54 2 March Texas-Baylor, at Waco, . . 32-23 ,111 ' xx . . 5 XX March Texas-Baylor, at Waco, . . . . 21-I 7 ' I March Texas-Baylor, at Waco, .... 23-18 LJ ' A March Texas-Temple Y. M. C. A., at Temple, . . go-16 TY PM X April Texas-San Marcos Normal, at San Marcos, . 25- 9 H ,1 W 1 ix April Texas-San Marcos Normal, at San Marcos, . 42- 8 I p Q6 , April Texas-San Antonio, at San Antonio, . . . 15-18 'V ,B 4--- A Total-Texas, Opponents, . 2157126 7 41 I I QA: 4 5 ,911 . X I 045 'T' 4' 1.1 1 'Q . A ,S Tw . 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W2 X 42 il TUS. :jj ASQ ji ' N : 1907. 5 Z + 5 x b . .. 1 + , T35 1 A6 N bww W A -5 25, A f . 1 'U 1, x JJ f E ,, X4 I xf ! 5 Ng, ffxi NN ' K NZ FM XM A 3 If x f K if E Q f NX I? A Y Q f r A 315 A 'fl J Q , W .- f 1. . AX .JL if L ' YL 1' 1 1 'xg' X21 - N W Q 1' . 'lfx x 2 X, " QL 'TN he iv 'Yi ? '55, 5153 I ' X - i I fi A X' ,ffm 1 ff F jf f ff A 51. Lg S 2 if v +7 Xj rl Y 9 Pffiff "A 4 -w 015 W2 da X u jj - 1 ., I 'ivy 6 J XA I 1 N is A . L llxfyq X Y.'1 i 1 5 116 'L X , N A L' Q T3jgXy,,- -J , . "V 1 if Q SP AN 15115 ff'W 93 A M35 , 1 fn X L7',A?"f".T N f ,J - 5' 'Tb' Q' A 'U ,J 1 dx' fxfwi f734 ,f . fr" ,Vx In Jr! Ly,:rfz1,4-,U y V I Va'-,jk-i A iwf tj x- N 'I 5 , ix 3,31 fisglx 3 gif if 'fir-5 'W' 5: I A . L- 1- ..-: .. fs . L- 5 - A ,L . I " ,Q in - :J ' - ' 5 ' ii ' - L. wg. J Vx 4 SW Mb . -- f . -K ' ,N - f- I " I - iss. as V I y sf I. .V . . - V A-P fig X9 is XX pdf X :J is 3 X I A .IA is VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. I i I ' I it I I I I rf' ff ' A 1, i .J h fx X I If af .X 5 1 V A A fi A 'A ' W r ,Fx I I M Y I , , . fa A 2 ill? 3, . X4 " H n ASH i UJQ E xx F0 k XXI i. .1 N Le, ' ii I I MEM I ly Q ,- L - - , y, V H ' Sutton. Bryan. Parks. I 'il ..i I ' ' ' ' , . 'I , 'I CHRIS Association. -- .yi I - QAM 'I f- 'I ' ' X ., . .. . . 7- tJI'FILIzRb. 'i I, President, . . Tomi BoTTS. I y " A VieeaI'resident, . . IQTIIEI. SYKES. V, x I1 Q Manager, . . . . -I. If. XVATSUN if X' , ,X - 0' 'V I ..-, .lIm1In'11v. 53 I'. Morrow. john Townes. A. B. Cortes. hlohn Keen. , Q . I Bruee Greenwood. KVhaling. -Iohn Parks. H. Cartwright. ,if W AQ Robert Ring. H. I'. Robertson. G. E. Sehutze. C. -I. Cartwright. ' . V 'w A il. IC. Cook. B. Nelson. D. I. Brown. C. A. Brownlee. " I.. II. 'I'andy. A. C. Ferguson. H. C. Morris. XV. VV. McAllister. C. XV. Ilaekett. Y. ID. Harrison. IVingo Williams. I.ouis Jacoby. T Afjilx Vining. Otto Taub. Robert VV. Haynie. Leon Goodman. W! Jw rl e I. C. Allison. Boyd Hamilton. B. If. VVoods. Frank Newton. 5, ' NS Q15 .J is B. Ii. Ispmaes. IC. IC. Bruek. Del Perkins. H. XVeinart. S. i -I W. XV. Holden. bl. XV. Calhoun. H. M. Lyday. Harry Cohen. lf-, W NI. A. Slunnard. BI. I.. XVilliams. V. Ii. Key. IJ. E. Magee. It 'If KI. Shelby. R. bl. XVilliains. B. If. Sattertield. A. D. Brodie ' 3 Qlfyft Q7 Green. Mellowell. Geo. V. A. Blueher. QI. Robert O'Connor. J V . 'gl l.. X51 Burke Baker. Leon llueyelle. Robert Buddy. A. C. Kellesberger. J 9 ' ' AH Ifrank Paschal. cit'UI'lft'SL'21l'S. Goldstein. Vaughn. 3: H. II. Sutton. I.. I.. Bryan. Eyres. W . A V 15 X 276 I A ' W . 1 r fi' V XX Q, x " glvfgg- ""':5fl: " "-ff" 1- 5-'Sh W ,mp Lg .. ' XX Ili? X La : V X 234-,Q xi . 'xg AU? ' ,A 2.-' F A '-x f X 1- 1,4 w vol.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. Pg jf fs 53 ' ' wi. 1' xx: ig V 'if X fi 3 ' mfg L JJ I, 5 f ig , W f - Q 1 X1 X u Q X a K 5 grim x i 4-141-.gfmgx ' W1 ll Xxx: , Q , My . ' win Q X. , Q S 9 I ff' a X. , , ff? X Af, A A X.. Q ' WEE lc 5 I 0 ' I R . 1 ' ! X N -, gf .5 ' s 1 N A. gm 1 Jx. pftwf 3 'N WW X S' I: f " . u fi V115 f ' iff? a 9 J v fu i Y7, 7Y ' , W C, i W if ,, N5 1 , -. 4. Q. W? QF 5 wi JCM. FP WWW, ffwi 0 - lL. A ' ' Y . ' HJX ff ,WJ X lf! A ft? fc " h fffjiixfg KSN KP' mfg Q. v., 5 D 5+ I x 5 J n, Y 5 I' 2:1 ' jg fjag' Q9 " -?fQ:,"' Q r-'58 'a 5 P 35352, ,QQ 73? , ix 1 ,E an 0 'iff X 55 X gg .ag Z5 43 ' ' I V VOL. 11. CACTUS. 1907- ASNE 3 f.Q 5 ? i+ - v A ' 4 2,6 gg 3 - 1, r Iwi: if A W 'fav V Y' A an In N fg " s xg, If Zin ft 'X 'x h V f 541 ml! 0 xg Quail? by Q ' Tk ', If ,lf F gb N 1 .www-1.91 'f ' 1 'Fix 3 4 X , Q ff , X ,J Gu B: I, crm 1- 5 if xx: ' I 'fEl.f- ' L ' bv .1 3, s...M E, Mix : XVOMAN S ATHLETIC COUNC 1.. W .' x N fo Egg a 5. , .ffl N if if 4 4 Q15 is N R 'Y l 9 lb 'N J, 7 278 N . J A , 1 J , Y 1 bg! A 'A A - I .Q 1 ni L I A N ' f . , 1 I I' .41 f 1- '.' 1 - I, N af 44351 X . My 4 Q? ff I wb C55 X Im. K w I K 1 n J A 1 N ,A ... ,G .r YJ: " X Him 14' 'xQQ-Ffsx X 'J 'wp JWJX2 Q54 Qigig VV N 14:53 -KW , .-2 X ' JDJ X- 'VX - . IW- O-Q A -, , .1 I, K jv . VOL. 14 Q! Uv I 3,1 " fyif Q -fr 5 P4 X' w ii?d . X . pf r- 7 I I- V , 2' 1.x 1. ,- J H , ' . - H ffijmlxf , ' ,- 4 . Jax, J CACTUS' I fb! 2 ' 1907, , jf x ' lf' KV! W h WX, Q 'J ' AQ - W- -A ffj 'Z V .Q ,, x M if N sl' S 3 Q K Qi Q3 U, Va' ,' af 2 A A yy .. Q Wy L I N if N ig " G 55 ,A x E as M 1 P x O2 g Q E XM fp X I. 0 N , 'Q 'V ff x f X -, 'G D N-JN 2 ' Q F X' g , 1,u o I :ca wx 1 ,, .A , X L6 ZX '-.g-qpullf' 0 -P K U5 N fi 'Y x J1 jc x 1. l, x 'X .. N PT? I, 1, Zuqj -Wa if-cf 'K is Na 5.1 R ff? AQ? rg Qb , fi 6 ff' xx M 'N 280 E fe if ki . N 5' bg bo .1 Q Q lr I 1 I if S .- ' NS A i 1, . X .5 N 4, 1 W W is 123-VJ Eg. :MSX ku A 21 4 '1. ,nf xr J, ,Ns 5. :S Xa Mary' N ' 'Aww '," x ' x If .X X - h - .zz . in xg QB ? If .2 X x W 3 if 1 6 XE 1 'F wa ,ici Q fins ' QW' W""'7M'T7Jf n v O u W ' 9 . , Q ,n l PM 1 . J .A . , 1 C I O I u 31' .' 'W . .LAK ,,n,'1" A I' n -xx ff", YR'-X? . A J I J' ' , - -. , 1: f' ' with 1 , , V, ' TMUBI - "" -1-wi. Q h, - fiit. K: , .I W1-f1 , , -- Y 1. ',Zq,?ff7v -,5j.:n 153 ' ' 1 ,- I 'yyfffflilf t 'JNL I Es, 'Eff-Q MR is M5 is VOL 14 CACTUS 5 J f . 5 1907. .,wll"""' '- I X cl v81 KN AWN! c 1 J 1 4 I U eb ance. Q- 'ddl Ruge ei ll UP . Tha che 'ea cy Am el B 'D E Aden. l. he ff-fx 'Q ' ' ' fl' A'-if 'uvgfggyf AMA' 'Q Au A " A6 Qu--ii? "'d1x ,5A M H A 081, ' A A' f E .3 Aliff' J- 2 , N AA Q -. Ax " v TV ' -,, 'zgjigla-gm ' , I ,- X - Q Zigru --' X?-an 5. -J 5: Q lf, ' uf-1 5' J J Kg ' XQQX "' 74 ." . - .. ,fff , J ,q f , ., ' ,. ff., 54 1, f '- s V. N fx l ,A .QO I 'wk ,JJ ! X I-, ! , i Q s." -I' 1 9 Ai D fwgl I f I .x E , If 'jf X 4 flxi-A x N ' ,haf r NA , h ,av H . A I I 12 3 lg 2 . 3 f I .. ', V 1 I 9 F' ' 'v 5 X W J..- . A Y. - 5 4 'ns X Q75 ' 4 R.. Q 5 3 . hx. f 'N ' 1 N. x g ,, . :Sgr Nfl! ' , v I U' ' 5' 'agf , ,. gf ' f A gi ff' I Y vq A' Al. I A ' I 5 :y vb R e Bxrge 1 r X v 5 rott. Jarvis. Thatcher. QX ' 1 I 'lhrasher 5 r one M1 rook. B1 ck er. Dozi r. johnson. . ,W Y- I -. f gdook Cgok GIaQs N lxmmbrough. y , 'TP 'J X: , f is Q ax X r N Y 'S' E. gb G3 URN NW- KX SSX QR 'gm v E EMS W f' Q W ec 'N b 'N ' Q7 A - aw f N Hit , X V, f v -QW QQ? , ,031 ' C- N ! 'Ne - A Q-W7-S Q' W X ' X ' YJ ff 225 ' ' C' N' Q.. 1 4 X 1 1 ,lf i' ' N!! Ex 1 1 V. '4 I I t f an 1 1 f , M Q - xl K ff' ' I , A I , A N ' , 4. A1 , . . H n ' af 1 N, - N xi., ' 1 x 5 A . -2.' ' r ' x n,x , J : J. 3 a ...J- N x 14 1 'X B x , is 1, x 9, 1 5-'X , X .vr iff MAX :fi- ZA Q ' 51 IE Ax 'ef 'QUE A 45534 .yu -xv I 4? ' v ' M , We. 1 ff- ff Qi, fAJ ' ' fgi Wa si" L mp AU SX fs is I-T NX A A x . nag., 59 L , N , 17 fig. ,f xv' FW. 'H M fi iw . -4 M4 if! arg l fix W M .P NN, , x Ns A C51 Jugs'- , fi' vvf' fx. M X9 'F Ja Aqf 5 V X. fu" .fr I Q X 1. 9. fx gf.. f jimi A 'QU 5 fb D cl' F 1 ul NX A 31 .N gave VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907 JK - ig, q..F,g. - mg .1- .' '-:'zr- 5 .E S .-5 7 A N wi . A 8' -M x . X X SQ F in N ka .' 'I 'Nz' .Q I , - -.I ' '-4 - .,: ,. ,...-.,-,. X w- -. ,, ',: I ' .Q 2 an ' X 0 at s nt: U . 'B' f 'WW H u..4...., .. ly Hindu gq r., V i"rU'v1i'jM"'-W"-M-A' --- - lfqkgxl QW .. H 3 1 11 rfx sf- X- Ua ' 'Q A' I Q in Ls ' 3 f fd 215 .ml E Q? 5 , my' f' n , . , If '7 5 mi ' V X U W lr u " L if ax 'Wi' as , '58 0 GA Q '. X 055 , A Q5-19" 493' Wil' 6 'J 'X 'W' wk . N 47 if 1 azkpc STL Q Q 4 X., ' 282 if ' 5 5 -132. - 7- AG? f 4 'W' f ff ?' A . 5 N h x , .4 , , 'P , - . I I lr r ' , wwffggg ' 2' Nj M QMS fm yf!X1 rf -JJ' X M' vw .' ff ' afffmdx ifjx -fe? , . l w W U I ' X y, -x W Q 'W Q ww MM 1 N fx S 5 uf f ff m 1907. , VOL. 14. cAc'rus. :Q M 9' 53 fax? z fi 'U ' J Q? is Ty-. MX., J 1 V in i ,I X 'X 1 JK, r I A X Q ' M mf' X -4 S X mf 1 .Vg 1-If-' - My ? K M u A 5, A . rv XXL If o iw ' bw L' E 'ax' ' V HMP Eff Lybxxl, "ids H Y A . 3 J 'Ac fi 5 X :W .5 , JI ,gxx X , , ' fi E5 : .QI 'Av :J N ,- X . 'if 1 1? QFW 1 Q V f 'x , 17 PM LR 283 if A ' FY 'bn ' fi 1" J "r il ' f Q ,L ,SW 4 - -- ag KN 1 . "1 ' ,mn A13 bg? ff, Xfiygbfixm' X' X' X " W' A jg qi' ff GX :H "M - Q xx I . AM: .Q - IS! fgyvx lp N Uv if YW fi Q Rf 5 1 f 1 , sem X W , YQ. X f vY9! f XXN Iii? X X ? gtg . S , 1? -XE 'Z xwsa ' - IQ 1 N " TQ vol.. 14 CACTUS- 1907- 3 N . i R 5 V1 'X .XKQL 'U NN ' 1 Q M W Ex .. fb 0, J 'G An 'W A Y E QW 3:- 1 x x . NJ ff - X JZ S If , Bl . ai 'f- 2 S 9 N4 f 0:14 LPN N f 4' A Wo '. .7 V ng . X I7 1 It X ,, 'I y ' . .f xg, 'Q 1 iv X .x ,xx R .1 K X ga u T- - 'V ,Wig . N 1 If X9 1. ,, " " ' JB!! "' 3 3, F 4 1. - 'EQ-ix 'I Q I4 X i, fo' ,. if? IJ - I Q14 ffm 2 . I 2 ff vi. I 284 EX, . ., rg 'Y Q Q EMM Q, 66? ' '13 " 4 ff r-J JM A 'ATI CT fy L . JL Mfg fr LY . YA J, TJ TIF 1 ? 90 119 4,1 4.4 4 Wil., ' wr s I Y Y V -Q. ' 5 'J-,-?'.A lg. ' o ' 0 I ,r ,J u sr A' 0 X L 1 1 r Q ,eb lu s I A Q I is F,-!',f X , K r I X -. ,. ,,. .,, f J, ' n dy, 7'-gr: . Y .' dk' 4 P , 8 1 ,. -.Ap fu 1 4 v 0 , as it VOL 14. CACTUS. Charity Circus. fr The Athletic Council refused to make any engagements for the foot-ball season of IQO5 and IQO6 until the students should agree to put up Sgoo as a bonus for any shortage that might occur. Thirty representative students promptly signed their names to a paper, promising thereby to pay gIO each on May 1 in case it should be needed. They little thought then of ever having to pay the S5103 they simply signed the notes as a matter of form' but when May came, the mere form developed into a reality. The money had to be paid. ' One of these thirty bondsmen, Mr. Morris VVolf, fell upon a plan for paying the 59300 out of the public purse. He proposed to have a huge circus, known as the Charity Circus. The plan was readily adopted by all, and each one took it upon himself to make the Circus a success. Preparations were begun, and by May 25th all was in readiness for the novel performance. All the organizations at the University took a hand in the performances. The Circus was preceded by a regular street parade, which attracted thousands of spectators. In this parade might be seen, heading the procession, the cele- brated musical company from Italy, brought over from their sunny clime at the tremendous expense of go cents, and called to enable the citizens of Austin to ap- preciate their music, the University Band. In their midst, striding proudly fore ward, with his yellow and white Roman toga wrapped around his haughty form, and his instrument of warfare borne before him by two cringing small boys, pris- oners no doubt from some ancient war, marched Arthur Ludlow Calhounovitch, champion bass-drummer of the South. Following the band came ten carriages containing the far-famed lady equestriennes, the beautiful bareback riders from the Caucasus, their backs not bared to the gaze of the populace, however, as it was not evening, and evening dress was prohibited by rule of the Faculty. Then, in their respective places, followed the wild animals, elephants, camels, Kappa Sigma float, and other evidences of untrammeled wildness. Next came the Fiji Cannibals fthe members of the Phi Gamma Delta Brotherhoodj, of whom it is ru- mored that they worship athletics and society and thus came to the University, and in their midst walked Charley Abbott, missionary to the University from Seguin. Next were seen a troop of clowns, of whom some said they were not as foolish as they seemed, while others said that they looked natural. Then came Howser, the pupil of F. Homer Curtiss, and his band of slaves, whom he has taught to disport themselves in graceful but uncomfortable positions. The next in line was Teddy O'Keefe and his band of outlaw cowboys, who in '98 were to have gone with the Rough Riders to Cuba, but were barred therefrom by their Democratic proclivities. Next in line came the County Commissioners in cages, with Judge Hornsby in their midst, led in chains. After all these had passed, a great shout arose from the assembled multitude, for under the noms do pluuzv of 285 , .- fQ3,.4if1s?,v .N 'Q ref' ' is -I .vi - .f fit f t. N- wafer- ' f tn aes? MX - Q 1907. , fi, r s 9 . eta A A I I i fl NG . U s 1- lr Q Wa .gi . . Wx rf, X-. 'l N may I f I ' re x I l, lil X l E ," l . 'X TJ? , ,, ,il fl .M nl ffil it .fl ix. iii 'J cy i ', life., li' ply T i A . LT l K-I 'fi' fit? 5 VJ! ' ' 1'tCg': 'Vg-,, N' L' ' JJ J 5' ' 5 3' Q ' 3' .L 'X .. +4 'iff X 59 X if K a ' is gas ' ' x A J ,- ,.. ' v tsl X VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907, l ' .5 X Ben Hur and Ben Hill rode those two fair-faced gods of war, Bill Francis and Ed S gl ' Crane, garbed as Roman charioteers-Bill in a pink kimono with iron gloves upon ' A, if his hands and upon his head an iron pot. Following the Latins came Oscar Rob- I .Qi 3 ' inson ct ul., mounted on the farefamed water-wagon lent by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals for the occasion, and these were followed by the I D A greatest wonder of the civilized globe, Stroter controlling the elements of weather, 2 with Forrest Campbell watching him in an envious attitude. A I A B' Havingfviewed the parade, everyone hastened out to witness the show. Be- NL 0 E fore the regular performance in the big tent the audience were allowed to purchase "' red lemonade from a real Matinee Musical Club and to take in the curiosities which i' L had been gathered by Manager VVolf in his trip over the world last week, after Y 'g l' V .3 taking two high-balls and three ice cream sodas. For the small price of IO cents ff' xy might be seen Earl VValker, the human hog, who appeared in the show under the 1 ll A M name of the fat boy. In the Kappa Sigma sidesshow might be seen Arthur Given, ' 'QL :A the bearded ladyg Louis Grinnan, the snake-charmer of wonderful powers, ac- , ,Xp quired after many sleepless nights of anguish with the D.T.s, the Brothers Bailey, 'fig - the Siamese Twins, and other wonders, all for one small dime. Clinton Brown, 'Sf' l who sometimes in a burst of confidence acknowledges that he was President of . if ,Xl A last year's Final Ball, and is the author of the far-famed novel "Ramrod jones," fi 2,4 bn won new laurels by his impersonations of the Bowery tough, Napoleon. The wild f ' 'J' man also proved interesting, although he was controlled by Horace Burnham. gb , ' i- It was at first believed by many that he was Umpire Speilberger, of the South l ' h , QS Texas League, in disguise. GKW R T 7 At about IO o'cloek the main show commenced, and proved to be not the least f ,a- , , ' -3 of the pleasures of the evening. Everything seen in a real circus was accom- ,' plished. The work of the clowns was especially good. The chariot race between I , 4 iv' Ben Hur and Ben Hill brought round after round of applause from the crowd, as ig! - 4'-X : did the effort of fthe automobile "23" to break the record of Barney Oldfield. l' fig Xt The feature of the regular performance, however, was the tumbling turn of Venus T ' ' ii, and U'Shaughnessy lCoach Hutcheson and Billy Blockerj, whose performance was ' ., , really superb. 3 S gft. 'yi After the regular performance, a concert was given, which included some ex- 2 . l cellent vaudeville features. The best of these were the dancing of Mr. "Skinny" l I I ri if H Prior, who has won an enviable reputation for his buck and wing dancing, and the 5 2, exhibition on the roller skates by Mr. Hutcheson, who gave an exhibition of the Q' 'Ps ' J , ll X skater's art which was truly wonderful, considering that he performed upon a U3 platform that was only about fifteen feet square. Maurice Wolf's exhibition of his l. Q., X conception of modern foot-ball according to the new rules was amusing in the highest sense of the word and was worthy of the well-known sense of humor of Mr. F fm? ,N VVolf. After the conclusion of the concert. the audience was requested toskidoo, j ls. and the first Charity Circus of the University was over. ,Ill ' -f U X The results of this effort were indeed gratifying. The debt of the Athletic 91, li n Association was paid, S150 was given to the Band, Sroo to the Glee Club, and the 3' remainder to the Matinee Musical Club of Austin. I Whether the Circus will be repeated or not is uncertain: but if money is 'J ll If Nf needed, it is a splendid way to raise it, and at the same time enjoy a good time. 1 , j. H. K. Q4 N 11" :'c1 nz I'ni1 iflv' sity li'ee01'd.J " 1 "' i T Q Q . 286 9 vii' 2 V h ' - 1 ' A , :X ,' . "3 f'Ql,,Y:' i, gi. .,5,lf- T wtfkvlfliqi ff exists, fig .. f .wff-,XI V Z Jef 'X !59J"'ZFg ' ff . ' fad' "ii gak Zqzif "FHT u'Lg 3 if 'bf X43 F I 4 1 vu- 'i i -zitrg - '35 , , Q 3-I - i I ,r i 'is - , K X - I. , -' i 'in' . ff-iggfxx A xx nm, X X va Z5 Q as X L , X . VOL- 14- oAoTus. I N 1 I :B , .. Ghosts. rx: BY FIBSEN. A AN ALLEGQRY OF GORY ALLEY. Q -DRAMATIS PERSONE. A Spiro of wisdom. - Spirit of Discontent. College Spirit. 5, Alcoholic Spirit. Tom and jerry, types of the "Pumps and Peg-Topsn class. 1g Bachelor of Hearts, a Co-Ed. john, a rough grind. --E An Alumnus, a good Indian, but not a dead one. X- . y 'A Chorus of Texas Colleges, Baylor, S. W. U., T. C. U., A. it ivl.. etc XX . Several Clubs. N A C hief of Police, Adrian Pool, and other dead ones. Students, janitors, Faculty lblembers, Squirrels, etc. e ACT I., SCENE I.-The Rotunda. X Enter Spirit of Wisdom. clad in flowing white liabil1'mmzf.v. p -9 SPIRIT OF XVISDOMI N ' Forth from the starry splendour of my home, From the cool orb that rules the summer night, .K And garlanded with graciousness, I come. Ad! X' Wisdom am I. This temple is mine own, X ' g W And all these teeming crowds my votaries. I fain would see how fares my fane,-and so Hither in my galleon of cloud I sailed. To see of men and to be seen of men. Enter an Engineer. " Hither there comes a chieftain of the clan That rives the granite thorax of the mount, Weds sea to sea, and makes the desert sand J To flower from Timbuctoo to Ispahan! 1 ' I 'll speak him- ' fTo Engrineerj Give you good greeting, sir. -. ENGINEER : lS1'nging.j JM "And as he whirled them round and round - Q - They crushed him bleeding to the ground-" fsz'orI.vj 1, ' Great Scott, here comes a Law! g lBoIts cwillznuf lICCtl'1illQ the Spirit of VX'isdom. , A SPIRIT OF WISDOM: n Oft have I heard it said that Engineers Know Wisdom not, encountered face to face, '5 and sooth it seems. But yonder comes the Law From whom the Man of Quadrants fled- - J l aq- . -L1 2 . xi N ig fy' , fi 1 . - ' - ,, eff' ,ef if if X" ' Yr I 1 f ' ' ref' .QVFEQ YN N 2 . ' i 1- - , 1' , JC J ' 5 lr 'fax - Q X A5 JFK, MJ 11 ,MTX 0 X 1907. 'J fr' it '.i as ,eil Aa I I x f I , 0 X ff .fn - xl fi off is uh? , Lx. ,X A 'Nl , Mir! - 1' - 3 ,P n I I f N l,! '1 747 P , hi I 'A ' A J. P l XQ N 3 ifjwg ggi 'J 1 tl if 'L lf , gfifffxl 3 his I kin'- if I Q3 AWN If jr-IAN lbs. 'V I 1- L . I f st Q I H I iam new N M I R I - I ' ' ff. f 6 ' f I 'Si 'Jr 'X "1 ' LN ' 'C "N " F . ff "N . fQ..fi?34iX 'WX9- X WX H iv e g N, - A VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. N' . l me ' I If nf ,X I T " Enter a Law. R3 . ia X ITQ Lawj Good day, sir. ff ffw : L.-xw: I Greeting to you, hail, old chap! Hail, rain, and sleet! 'Q a ' VVhence came you with those eyes that gleam like Pete'sg Those Simkins lovelocks, long, uncurled, grotesque, ' And eke that buxom front so Tarleton-esque? If SPIRIT OF WISDOM: A For thy courtesy be thank'd. Wisdom am I- ,J ' Un the distance is heard pattering of tiny feetg squeaks. The Law turns extra pale, and climbs into the Beauty Ctrele via a post. I LQ SPIRIT OF WIsDoM: i .3 Alone again! if l The youth's departure savoured much of haste, And some of fear. Methinks I 'll doff my nameg 4 Q Spirit of Wisdom no more will I beg X: Don good disguise and call me Equity. , ' ' a VI Hence I must needs follow the Law. ltflinzbs after. Exit. Eff, A Enter King of the Squirrels and Chorus of Squirrels. King, centerg Chorus, ,X rzfght and left. r :J Q N, 3 KING: lSzfngs.j x I I am the boy who puts a stop to so much bloomin' levity. , .ai CHORUS: - -3, He is the boy. 'xi ,I KING: lg, A I 'm Monarch of the clan that 's not conducive to longevity. ' If X, CHoRUs 'D Vive le roi! 1, v KING: 4' At sight of us the batty person's scalplock curls, gg AH il' And with responsibility my brain-pan Whirlsg H A47 For it isn't any cinch to be the Monarch of the Squirrels, ' 4 ' - W' Nor much of joy! l W CIIoRUs or THE SQuIRRELs: GAA ,UN Then if battiness we 'd hamper, 1, x We must scamper, scamper, scamper, If X . And we must be up and doing, for the day is on the wane. I L " There is nothing quite so potent J ' As the presence of a rodent I 1, When a student's bum endeavors give the 'Varsity a pain. I1 sl 'C' -fx KING: -. Our appetite 's voracious, and we lead a life arboreal. ' 1 CHoRUs: r. We 're always, nearly always up a tree. by i ,NJN KING: 'Sl . Si For change of diet we enjoy a Texan editorial. fjf 6 'i' CHoRUs: Q -I X524 We relish corn, but better like a C-O-double-B! -'J I KING: ful t And we meet with much resistance 9? EJ X- In our struggle for existence, 'f' 9 Though we 're worthy of assistance, as you all will clearly see. K da I I 288 f 4 W5 0 " - I . - : N . 1 i A 44-5 rf , 'Cf !'QkY" Q. .4515-f W . A t X i , I A I , I, , , I, K ' afigxxlf Wy, fr jjii. ,fd vtziy-SX: If ,ini 'X Ir..-0431 . A4 .r- D: Q .HJ f Re: .E 5 3 an VOL' 14. CACTUS. 1907. - CHORUS OF THE SQUIRRELS: ,, -+ gl So with most persistent ardor i, Do we rustle for our larder, And for daintiest collations we are on the keen alert, X And we 're dreaming in the gloaming ' Of a banquet table groaning, ii With Walden for the salad and with Stevens for dessert. 1, KING on THE SQUIRRELS: 3' Good den, my subjects all. l Greetings and thanks for all these cheery welcomes. V Gladdened am I to see your merry case. 2 No sign of hunger, none of Famine's pinch, .gli Fat and full-fed ye seem,-too sleek, methinks. fi Be provident, good sirsg take heed of waste. X There 's but one Frat. like Sigma Nu in college. ll Now to your catechism, sirs, and prove C' That Gluttony to Learning is no foe. , Which is the proper, "Nou or "Nit"? ,.'X' , FIRST SQUIRREL: I Neither. "Gnaw" is best. , KING! N, Well said. Where is the bourne X . V Whither good rodents on decease are e'er 9' X Translated? S1 SECOND SQUIRREL: ' The Phi Psi Chapter House. i KING: 7 An A for you, good friend. 1 Now tell me, what are chiefest ends for squirrels? E9 THIRD SQUIRREL: A Ferguson and Loonie McKean. fiXx' KING: ITMVWTHQ somersault of gleej ' Enough of school, vacation 'S now decreed. Scatter, disperse, be unrestrained your greed. ' Our gnaws are just, hence doubly are we armed. Leave not a trace of nut-riment unharmed. 5 J fExit. King, right, Chorus, right and left, singing. ' CHORUS OF SQUIRRELS: We are always overjoyed, - And our pleasure 'S unalloyed When we catch a politician unsuspecting. 1 Since no batty person dawdles i When we flirt our bushy caudals, We are sure the College welfare we 're protecting. l XX N at 5 p Curtain. . AGT I., SCENE II. Enter Clubs. Arrow-Heads and P. E. C., 1'ighz',' Rustici and T. N. E., left. J ARROW-HEAD CHORUS: ' . Suppose we 'd leave the 'Varsity- ax' I 'Tis clear there's no disguising, ' To get us back the College would Q Straightway be advertising. gr: . 1 2 9 W I . E N A pgs: , -1 , A If ia-.gy , Y if f .ff I -. 1: 1 If -f" Jw 'X ww' g ...C , ff .' ZQWN' jffx ,gy N , W X s A l X "N I X fx i ' 'F '1 if , lj 'xx Ffa ii 'jg' 4 ' 25 x 'gif ,X .sg fig gran ' X I X V i X Y 4 . I Hb fi. ll X A W4 'fin' 3 f 'SH' U rf .QQ 'Nu nl , , 5 I rg x 2 J V4 we J -. ,Y , . 5. ,l tb a I . if X I fix :J K zzz .H - x. 47 N K ' 4 .1 .1--s . - 'n- ,L 1 5. f ' l X : ,pf l , 'U - T 1 fp J 2: j 'i A.. X -ff N 1 WN X gl D .R I N cfgs. vol.. 14. cAc'rus. 1901. bl lj-1" .lx V ' 'T' ' 'T' ' ' 'Y ' 7 """"' 'RYA' ' " 7" V rf A 1 ' Rrfsrlcl CHoRUs: 3. i X VVe grant you this, and add this thought f That Hashes in our noodles: ' KX The College notice would read thus: 2' "Oh, give me back my poodlesl" if X' 0 P. E. C. CHORUSZ We've managed College politics 154 ' From time that Time began-O. xg, They called us Pool's Election Club, V A And tied to us a can-O. IA!! weep. 4 T. N. E. CHORUSZ I S y Before we came, for dearth of clubs ,g X The 'Varsity was gaunt, sir. 4 I .3 The sign was right, we came one night If To fill a long-felt want, sir. M Rox' RATHER: Behold the pieces of the P. E. C.s! Since we are wiped off the face of I 5 9, things, I move our name be changed to "The Cat-arrh Club." All in favor 'I . say no. lC1l07'llS of noes. gif-fl Rox' RATHER: V : The nose has it! lWar-whoops. ' ,L ,, ,ra h ' Enter Indian Club in nose-paint and feaihers. 'N Q INDIAN-CLUB: lSz'ngs.j I ? Behold, the ranks of our phalanxl ' - Our arms and shoulders rub-O. 9 11 We come from Indiana and 1 We are an Indian Club-O. A . , We go on our marauding tours, I 5- iw, , And ravage far and wide, sirsg , K7 X, Our victims sometimes feel the need " Of a little Herpicide, sirs. .5 I X Excuse, now pray, our lack of cards, ffl 2 ' Permit this introduction: fi Xu This brave we call old Rye High Ball, C And this is Damp Destruction, 5 f gg This bloody gent is Trousers Rent, 5 C And this is R. E. Morse, sir: if ' l' This red nightmare is Teddy Bear, A ls' KX And this is Charley Horse, sir. ' J F5 A Nho doubts our proud supremacy Af In ages long since dead-O? 'QQJQQHJX Our dads ate up the pointer pup, l lil x ' ' - N ' And shot the Arrow-Head-O. if 4" 51, ' Beside our merry feathered bunch LES 5, All clubs are on the blink, sir, i Q, L And very like the bison, which Q Some people call extinct, sir. 'J lAmerican Beauties and Huyler's deluge stage, carrmgr' hills 'gglpw jf D art' f71'v.vm1lz'41 In Arrow-Heads and T. N.F.s. F ,,, , l " ll fzoo if f X .' , lst, , , f, .,- f .N h I - A 44- i V ,Q IW, - pail: erwffkiif T' R if as - ae I , -X :Jw 4? Q P. 1.24--ey HLJRB -I wi oi V c i "Lf 'Lu 2: '.. Q1 il l F i 1 L. 1 ,- vol.. 14. CACTUS' l .5 T Enter Club of the Rabbit's Foot. Rabbit'S Foot, centerg other Clubs, right and left. Y 1 X . CHORUS oF RABBIT'S FooT: Oh, there is an animile, And he wears a pleasant smile, And he 'S not a hippopotamus or lizard, b So he dances on his toes, - ff , I i Qs ,B 6 Ja 'll il As he wrinkles up his nose, ' For he hasn't any gills or any gizzard. Oh, he doeSn't know a care, And he 'S never known to Swear, As he dines on canteloupe and macaroons, Sirsg So he slumbers in the shade, And imbibes his marmalade, . While he writes some very catchy little tunes, Sirs. :- i ll .F So it 'S hoot, hoot, hoot, For the slipper and the boot. The creature's name is Rabbit, and he 'S known so far and near. - And it 'S really very funny x N-x CJ ll X A f Y To denude the little bunny, - Togmeddle with his pedal and his Slippy rolling-gear. ALL: So it 'S thump, thump, thump, For the peg-top and the pump. A collection of perfection now runs the 'Varsityg Since when it comes to beauty, They 're the Kisme tutti-frutti, a They 're the arbiters of elegance in smart Societie. X v- X. RABBITVS FEET: Un clz0rus.1 '. Ns Q Our mission in life is to heal, therefore our name. We are physicians in ordinary, specialists plenipotentiary, and general first aid to the wounded .y feelings extant between Sororities. x X w fi ALL: TTT ' ' ,- How So? FIRST RABBIT'S FooT :A All the members of a Sorority not Rabbit's Feet are so enraged at their Frat. sisters who are, that they have no time to waste on fraternity animosities. i x x -4 FIRST ARROW-HEAD: Excellent idea! But why the name? lk CHARLEY HORSE: if 3 ' X h What 'S more apt to give a little hop than a rabbit'S foot? 'if SECOND ARROW-HEAD 11-2" " The Rabbit's Feet afejau right. 7 W I 7 JU CHARLEY HORSE " That shows what you know about Natural History. Only half of them ' are right. UQc1bb1'f's Feet xnzile. it vi QQI l it . 5 , A .,.. , X 1907. jr . Q18 xy?-" X , 'X l '.s 'bs X l ,i E 51. X " s If A galil, l f 'ilill , x, f N 'D mv rf T tgq I X 1 'Q I 'I TJ ld.. 1, ., ' 9 A 3--i I I, . 5 :JA ri 5 v 1 aff all diff- N ' X-R ,ge A i 1- f N fl A 1 N . ! A Ja: 1 V g '. , H ,.,,.?-fi .A A fig xi' ., g' S, X' ,f fp f P 1- .". I' aiu If-A 'W . - 1 ' - JP' X 13:56 .?..1v 1 If I lfifmuxv fp? N P E l f si fr if me :Wil so . 'Z-ml 1 - 'f . l ask sf . 1 is f fi E I - - J ,- A 1, - ' ' ' 3 Q , ' .' '. 1 u U50 X-if -ig X9 55 x if X 55 :J fp , 473 uf X , ' VOL. 14. CACTUS. . . 1907, if 7 A I I 'AX CHoRUs OF INDIAN CLUB: ' " O dainty little maidens, please gf , Smile on your aborigines. ' f : The Rustici and the T. N. E., if The Arrow-Head and the P. E. C., b 3 ' May each and all be blowed, f 4 VVe have them buffaloed. .rx - To each and every one of you ' fi 4 lin is An ardent suit we humbly Sioux. i P' I CHoRUs OF P. E. C.: k if A Though we 're beat, beat, beat, I X And they 've swamped us in defeat: s Q Though our overthrow is final, Q 'X And our rout is quite complete- .3 We humbly lay our 'fluence K Q At your little Rabbit's Feet. 1: fArroW-Heads and T. N. E.s also speak-to no avail. ,Q l' .1 CHoRUs OF1RABBIT,S FEET: i ,xy An Arrow-Head we 'd never wed, 'df The Indians are much too red, 'EE X' The T. N. E.s are much too fond of beer, M The P. E. C.s are petrified, , , X 5 The Rustici are countrified- 6? , I X So there 's really nothing doing for you here. 3' fExeunt Rabbit's Feet, singing. ' te CHoRUs OFhRABBIT'S FEET: 1 So it's pax, pax, pax, , 'f And we do it up in sacks, ' I' F J For we put Sorority squabbles on the bum, . 9 From the way Pi Beta Phis 4 With the Kappas fraternize 0 You would think that the millennium had come. fExeunt. 5. 1 INDIAN CLUB: ' 4 X : I X, , Ugh! Us for the war-path and the scalping-knife! " 7' ' Up, warriors, braves, and blood-soaked terrors, all! ,549 Slay every man and English Prof. you meet. I , Blood! Carnage! Muck! Revenge is sweet! fExeunt. QA. 2 U'Vl1z'le this is progrcssing Arrow-Heads lzolal Z.lZll1.g7ll1l'l.01Z. uzceting, to wlzlclt 'vary If X few arc tn'ozTtca',' Rustici scratclz the riglzt lzvcl witlz the left footj P. E. C.S , L ' nominate 0. Prcszllcnt of the Final Bally and T. N. E.S order three rounds J 7 of lVartinicockta1'ls. Curta in. Hy ll 3 -NX ACT II., SCENE I. JJ is Enter Beck, and sets up the sign, "Don't Pop the Pretty Pickiesf' i C BECK: fSz'ngs.j ,Af L. Oh, I am Mr. Beck, much entitled to respect, , I '50 - 5 ' 7 And I rend the Campus' vitals like a vulture. ll tv 5, ' With my little hoe and spade I amuse myself, begade! fl 3 5, And perform experiments in agriculture. ig? I 'm a scientific digger, and I labor' with a vigor, Q I-, With a most artistic temperament I dally. cg When I build a little sewer, our welfare to insure, 5504 jf P I adorn the same with lilies of the valley. .Q fGrcat knocking from invisible knockers. Exit Beck. ,4 J, E ntvr Lumpkin, followcd ltznhvdly by Pool and Pope. l 292 f x : ls Ts. , , in w sg -'J , no - ff' 2: 5 , '-S K Q , ollsffw fm W N - at I tl . - ' :NU " .Ava 'X- ,Jr "4 -. ' A! if .afmuilg LJ :AJ . L ,,-3 .. 'A p 'sq :J - ,v-, , .7 I - xv .1 QW' 8' H .:1 I ' Q, 'I - ,. M. L it , E t xx P1 ,ff 513 uv - 4 as I f VO,-,14, CACTUS. 1907. X n y ' - , s if A 5 LUMPKIN: !.S1fng.v.l J 4, ' There 's a little equipage 'fy R 'K That appears to be the rage- ri IA: li ! , Not a buggy nor a stage. K X Arc you, on? K' , ' POOL! lSings.l D p J And nobody with a jag on, ' Or addicted to the Hagon, , VB! H Is allowed to ride the wagon. Q P 'Q Are you on? 3 A POPE: lSings.l H' IT' , So I tell you most emphatic, Shun all ways aristocratic, ' W Climb the wagonette aquatic. Fixx, Q Are you on? ,nf 'K LUMPKIN: '5 .Q To go or not to go, that is the question. Pl, f Whether it 's better for me that I take 1 A ll 1 My LL.B. and fade to parts unknown, X X' Leaving the tender joys of the well-stacked room, my ' Leaving also the fat citizen to let fzily Insurance on his turkey-coops to lapse- Ye gods! What will THE CACTUS do without me? UVecp5. H Q POOL: ff, 1 X' Pity the sorrows of a downtrod Pool! 'K . .1 Where now is Pool? Gadzooks! I give it up. KV ,I ' VVere I to strive to try one little tenth W1 .,, Of mine old regal, sumptuous dominion, f ,,,, ' The very beefsteaks at B. Hall would rise Ma' ' And mutiny. f' ' -1 POPE: Q, ,, ' Call'st thou Ilzat misery! x And dost thou prate of long-lost power? ' ! Why, look at me! The deepest dregs of woe ,i ,U - AX , I 've drained! I wrote at play. Enough! 7 Q Ad Xt LUMPKIN: 5 7' ' Give ear, good corpses all. ly A Into their shell-like tympanums I 'll pour fi-D ' A tale of triumph. In my Freshman year- f ' X Back in the fall of '83,-I made f , N An A! , l, f ' POOL: J 'Q An A! Ye gods, he raves! What A? 55 - LUMPKIN: f v. M. c. A. S POOL! . -. , If that be honest Injun true, thou couldst , ' JX Straightway be qualified for foot-ball coach. ' . Q: , - 1 F X , POPE: l1Lld'UG7LC7f1'Lgfl'07Lf.j 045 I Sincerely do I sue softly to sough 'V 5' I' A siren song of sweetest silver strain, fl ,J1 A sigh of sugared sound, a sparkle slant, ,AB M , A silken seed of shimmering symmetry, ij! , X' Shot from the circled splendour of the summer sun. 'Mya N P ALL: if 'ix Yes-s-s-s-s, proc-c-c-ceed! E35 fl H bfi! 'S , 293 :xg wg ' ,f , Q AXA I-CRY ig wx , . gg A.. ' J I i , fx , "Q V' QF?-I Q fl?" .E I we g ol. as .zffi 1 1 ,'- 33 yr N x -- i 1Y7DQ Q I: A1 X T Af 'X-' 'J :X E "1 ' :X i 'F "X '7 fi 'T "x '3 . 1 tax m 0 ik? 'KW X9 . X Ii! X .E 1' X ! . -A X VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. 51 AX' l'ul'E: lSz'11g.v.l up ' i' A lemon-tree bloomed on the Campus one day, , X It was such a frolicsome shrub, -Si v I , 1 And a fellow named Pope was writing some dope . Gy 'gf And boiling it down in a tub. I If 91 And the lemon-tree sighed and withered and died, 0 While Alec passed singing his lay: V "Oh, pray drop a tear for the King of Korea!" f' 3 , And I heard the lemon-tree say: effil Q 6 xg, "It 's hard to grow you lemons, Pope, J X- -N Demand exceeds supply, ,g .. In growing lruit to hand you, Pope, ' ,Q I 'm exhausted, hence I die. A ' Zi I 'm a humble tree that lived for thee, Y V X But now I 've gone to mold: Xi 7 It is the end: farewell, old friend!" ai' Q Y That 's the tale that the lemon-tree told. ' 11 A 31 p Curtaiin. ' 3 ACT II., SCENE II.--The Rotunda. E51 l " Spirit of Wisdom and Spirit of Discontent a'z'.sum'ml. " I I' WX, p Srila- :IF DISCUNTENT: lSz'1zg,v.1 , E f 3 My name is Discontent, sir, '65 ' 7 ia I 'm a cross-grained, grim old gent, sir, gf . ' ', In ages long since spent, sir, ng I Ate's apple ate. ' if VVhen a Greek on Barbslci leers, sir, 'G I magnify his jeers, sir, I uf N 9 Set asses by their ears, sir, 7 With strife inordinate, , , S1'm1'r or Wlsormlz 3- , if Are you the one who does accuse 1. 74- X , '1.ll6 Frats of foppish iizziness? I gif . I Smiur or IJ1seoNTENT: if if B I go so far as sly they booze, Ci " i Q' Monsieur, it is my business. . knit If N Born: '.,d r Then it 's how, how, how, if A N For the jolly, jolly row, is For the ending of befriending and affection, ,5 1: Q 5 And our brimming eyeballs stream, f f 5 yi VVl1ile with merriment We scream Cyl., At the notion of a 'Varsity election. ll'z'rg1'n1'r1 reel. J ' Enter Alcoholic Spirit. I ' K R, A1.eouo1,1e S1-IRIT: r li Howdy! Bovs, come have one. 'ii.0'iiiv, Ii! r'l'li I F irq via X SIR, we never drink! fig "A " IJ Qi Ai,eoi1o1.1e SPIRIT: 4423 TWO MORE CANDIDATES FOR'EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF The I Ttiuzzz. fSz'nqs. W ' , -W5 X' The 'Varsity's no place for me, if ' V 9 Methinks I'vc taken my degree. .-' On the swig , ,I They 're on the pig. Il f , 994 A7 1 pb , ts . 9 I ' 4 'W . 4 A I :S .Q -W. . , . , gi. T 1 e ig WM -I e ,. rkqiwi 1 I rag wi.-ii MAHRQ nw- - JDJ 'X EJ., V47-J ' ' ii I I ' - . IW af .. fix "if R . X 'af' X A2 if 5 0 i X' ' S X A .II . K5 il VOL, 14. cAcTus. 1907. X ' I needs must emigrate, H lk For there is a great cessation "En I X Of consistent irrigation. f f Pg: They drink much more of water f lg, Than I think they really oughter, ff ,- i ' SO I think I'll abdicate. M-A la, Enter Chief of Police. N 'IQ CHIEF : fSings.1 B5 I guard the peace of this citie, 'X Prevent parades in lingerie J ' That emanate from 'Varsitie, 3, :Q Or any knowledge-shop. I. Therefore I now maintain with glee ' I That nary lad may yell "Whopee!" ffx i 'X For fear he 'd have to climb a tree Aly' X l To dodge a copper cop. Q4 5 E nter Tom and Jerry. I i, : TOM and JERRY: LS'ing.j ' Ny, There 's a pretty little kitty my 1'-' IQ That resides down in the city, Though it cOuldn't catch a mousie or a rat. It sometimes lives in cellars, . And it 's hued with many colors, X And it 's really quite an interesting cat. 1 Uh, hurray, ray, rayl , It 's the pussy puss cafe, fl And it has been known to throw down me and you, X When jerry 's on the bum + From a chat with Mr. Mumm, 59 And with twenty toddies tumbled into TOmmy's tummy too! ,gi Enter John. Jil , JOHNS ISIIHQJJ X , The butterfly doth Hutter by, When soused doth in the gutter lie, ,B His gifts wOn't bread and butter buy, my Begad, sir! it Since he 's in peg-tops, pumps, bedecked, ,,N The CO'Eds show him much respectg , The way in which they me neglect if Is mad, sir! -I , Enter bachelor of Hearts follower! by rctmue of Students and Faculty. 'A fChief of Police jninclztxv himself to see If he is awake. I N BACHELOR OF HEARTS: Hello, Tommy! Hello, jerry! What funny old gentlemen! ,Zi Y Mr. John, why are you so gloomy? hi ,IOHNZ JIS, I want them to eliminate those peg-tops. x BACHELOR OF HEARTS: Gracious! Not while I am here. ITU 1110 Spirit of VVisdom.1 Are you going to the Final Ball? SPIRIT OF WISDOM: If you are there, I shall. L X ALCOHOLIC SPIRIT: I 'll be there toO,faccOrding to The Tvxazz. Ulinles ai Jerry. Uerry wz'gg!vs,- Bachelor Of Hearts gzgglcs. Snbx are Izmm', 1" and P. E. C. zxdraggrrl fo frmzl, wcvfmzg. ri , 295 v Q3 - , T' - , .Q O-' 1 ,. j X J I w '..J Q, I ta j!44:??f 5 A gk:-ff fQp.1C,,E - Avril I I wi I if A I1 ff- .fwtgi fftlltl W .1 If - -' Jw 'X M' 1.76 . ff '- fvfrxf WA gy N5 will A . - 1 . A m ' f ll if TG, ie, lla' . rf I, ll s ,J xl l ly -X 'yi V ,I V 4 I , It I 'A V O " I R, . g, 9 I , ,' l 1, . I nA 5 .fi 5 'I ' . 055, X' 4 ,J IS 'X E365 T17 lil ET U49 SA ' fy' 52' ?'g?E' ' Rf- TF- 3f.'f"' u S4191 'P ' I I My to an a 107 55 X Ev Eng a ' .Gb gas ' x , l vol.. 14. cAcTus. 1907. 'E I , I . F ' AX, P. Ii. c.: " I wail for Rather. He was a bird! jouxz rx ' I I wail for Sheppard. He was a bird! Ulbgpg, F I J if QQ Tom: lTo jerry.j l 0 ' VVe seem to have killed two birds with one Stone. SPIRIT oF WIsDoM: M I 'll comfort thee. lPrc'5enls a copy of Soplzoclcs to John. , ' Q. JOHN: lSnatchz'ng it cagerIy.l A A i Oh, luscious! Q SPIRIT OF W1sDoM: fOjfcrz'ng another to jerryl. , Ln And one for you, sir. , , X JERRY: lTzu'nzfn.g z'z'd0wn.l i s M Oh, slush-ious! lfln odor of arnica perifadvs llze air. I Enter College Spirit bandczged and on Cruz'cl1cs. 5, COLLEGE SPIRIT: X2 My name is not Methuselah, good sirs, - Sb Though more than he am I a memory. I 4 . Methinks I am as dead as Pool. No more 635, Do students pay their court to me. No more xy The glad class rush, the merry, clawing maulg 6 X ' No more the rookus at the foot-ball game: 1 XX And ev'ry year blooms like the green bay tree, b ' 3, The foot-ball deficit. We be as cne .V . With Georgetown, Baylor, and with T. C. U. i y I In place of crowning me with laurel leaves, 'Q , They hand me now a lemon from the tree, 6 I' LX ' And Faculty firmly bids me fond adieu. P No longer am I virtueg I 'm a sin. Can I not take mine Es at mine own inn? ' Give ear. lSz'ngs. R gg lg Come all ye tall-browed grinders, K7 X' And a story I 'll relate ' ' ' 7 X Of how we held Chicago down A To a paltry sixty-eight. We went to Illinois FAA 'ul One bleak and blust'ry fall, Q' NX And we never got to see as much if V xg As a picture of the ball. J So it 's home, boys, home, V, I Home we ought to be. I JJ lx We found a lemon hanging high ' , N Upon that Christmas-tree. ,K 1 VVe always lick Sewanee Q And Haskell without fail, I X But we 'd better pass Chicago up H U JS. To Michigan or Yale. lv A Ten thousand came to Marshall Field Kgs. That foot-ball game to see, ,Je To stretch their necks and rubber at That awful mass-a-cre. ' any - That tally that poor Texas made 9 Was four minus four, - But they had to get stenographers 1 4. To count Chicago's score. A f ll 296 ' Y f , 'X- Q. yr. . I Y V kk . '-Q W. , N -. gs. Q B. A ii N EJ -a 1,53 kxwymf 5 X62-T' L 'P' 'V l I if X W N r In 6 L 1 qi-5yiogAI,', Y I --'If 2 If I wi' 'X 1Rf'r2f.f . ff . my N Aff ' K I ' il l Ci l l 'l i. ? if 4 0 Qc!!-9. H? .- ? 'A 0 3... X:-t ,oz " 1 Q 6" Ll -ii - ' K ' j " . .att .r li 3 i r 1 . . ." , J X ,Sl ' - f l , ' K I ' N 'I .1 2 lu, ' 3 1 I - , X gif gs X af' X bg ,Q In g., , I -ll u A ' ' -3 til 'VOL' 14. cAcTus. 1907. if ll L 'ui i Enter Wilson Williams, smiling, a College catalogue in hand. Q z a f, 'Bi WILLIAMS z "Nba I 1 v' This little book is a list of those whose absence is officially desired. r' ' MQ : fExeunt everybody to pack their trunkx. QQ' Curtairz.. M " l ACT III., SCENE I.-The Woods. llloon hidden by clouds. Thunder, Front, .lil huge pot swung over dimly glowing coals. K X Eater Spirits bf Baylor, T. C. U., s. w. U., and A. sr M., clad in black. W :W . . ' i SPIRITS: ICZTCIZWQ slowly about potj Rabbit, rabbit, blazing bright, X l Rabbit, rabbit, roaring tight - X fix Double, double, automobubble, Mg N l f Fire burn and cauldron bubble. " x li A. st M. , X Brew the baneful knocker tea, Qi : Brewed and blessed by Hecate. , TRY, Shovel in some two-base hits, my 3 Cool it with a keg of Schlitz, .fill ll Sprinkle in some burning shames, , T N Add a few Thanksgiving games. 0 - - Q . ALL: T A ig Rabbit, rabbit, blazing bright, rx , 9 Rabbit, rabbit, roaring tight. -U a, ' ' Double, double, automobubble, ' ri I Fire burn and cauldron bubble. A BAYLOR: , ilk l X Season with some brimming skates, ' A x 'fs Dash of half a score debates, Q, re ' , Add a little envious gall, Flavor with a Final Ballg ' . Serve it cool or serve it hot, A ill ' if - Ladled from a big jack-pot. ' I f XX ALL' If - l 3 Rabbit, rabbit, blazing bright, lf -- . Rabbit, rabbit, roaring tight. af! lvl Double, double, automobubble, l' fy x Fire burn and cauldron bubble. " l X T. C. U. " Mingle with the poison lees ,5 ic ' Score or more fraternities, "3 , Add unto the foul collection ng lust a Final Ball election, If v if Add a jiggliiig, juggling jag, . ' ' Add an issue of the Jllag. 5 ALL: Rabbit, rabbit, blazing bright, lg, Rabbit, rabbit, rbariiig tight. ,fi X' , Double, double, automobubble, is 4' Fire burn and cauldron bubble. QV 5, 3, S. W. U.: 4 Add a little ploughman garb, ' , ,l Add a pop-eyed raving Barb, Qflll 1 1 Add a few society chumps lf? 'A hx Clad in peg-tops and in pumpsg Q4 .-L W Add a Freshman-Lawyer rush, 'NI N, Add a little sheeny Hush. 'QW O .N rl 297 all Q- W X5 Q 3 , ' ' I i A 'li Thi ,L iv.. ' ?. lb if . all .. Q if. T. A - U, 6 Qi 1 Zfipl 47 ffvlizlsgltfl' . -fir T - l T A - we N ,ae My . at . ii' lf ra wifi.. X 1 1 1 l I ' N V : ,X .I ' 1.1 : K , fx u: . v X 'gf XX 1 XX "if XX X ga To 3 0 A i' X .3 VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. f i I Y E X, ' 5' ALL: X Then the broth will finished be, Lovely, luscious knocker teag fd f, 'Qf Boiled and brewed, a new supply, gif fb' Fit and ready to apply. fExeunt. A Enter Pool, demented. Pool.: 1 - Patty cake, patty cake, Fraternity man, 'r Patty cake, patty cake, my name is Dan. ,I ff , Dan Ruggles is my name, Phi Kappa Psi Q if -3 My Frat. Back in the olden days I was 1: A Barb, a leader of the uncombed bunch That sought to sway dominion of the school. ' QV My name was Adrian Pool, and at B. Hall , A Was held the sumptuous splendour of my court. , I But all is o'er. The magic hand of Change A , Touched with dementia my reeling brain, A15 M Transfused, my spirit fled, and in return , I : My clay holds that of daring Devilish Dan. A foot-ball hero, quarter-back am I. .0 Qt Full many a time I smote the reeling line For eight-inch gains, and heard the bleachers roar , M Deep-throated worship of me raging power. G ,X : Full many a time at Eighth Street Hall I swayed ' A pl ug Me cubits twain of stature to the lure '- F Of soft-breathed music and the lang'rous waltz. ,V Q Dan is me name. Dan Cupid? No, forsooth! ' W Dan Ruggles, Devilish Dan, and Phi Psi is me Frat. IG lj' IA patler of feet. Squeaks. ,MU XL, Me new identity hath cost me dear, ' le --1 I hear approaching now the Nemesis That dogs the footsteps of each good Phi Psi. ,, Farewell, cruel world: forestalling them, I die. ,X 'I ,v lCuts z'lz1'0az'wz'!h a sharp appetite. 'Fifi y .- Enter King of the Squirrels and Chorus of Sqn z'rrc'1s. 4 I it KING: " Q, Too late. The thirsty sands hath drunk the life! fir! A double prey we 've miss'd, of Dan and Pool, Most succulent duality. Away! 'j Our labor 's over till another day. lExezuzl Sqzlirrels, .vz'ngin.g. 1 Lffldfxy CHORUS OF THE SQUIRRELS2 1, Oh, we 're really overjoyed, 4 Ci? And our pleasure's unalloyed ff, my XVhen we catch a politician unsuspecting. Jiffy! Since no batty person dawdles, x When we flirt our bushy caudals, M Q, XVe are sure the College welfare we 're protecting. C urta in . lf Qlxfiiiti iw ACT III., helm is l1.s.4l'ne Campus by Moonlight. Fireflzev. .llain Bill-Idliilg, U4 lj" ' 'fig l'l'f11ll',' IVKTJIZKIIZVX Blllillflilltj, left, Clzemical Laboraiory, cenicr. 1' 'f Enter Alumnus, lztzi in flzaml. Song in f1'z'.vla11cc, Hlfl"vC'I'Cf30I'7lQ110HICHtll7IZ7Ill't1.qII,U'LK'.H fit ALUMNVS: ' :ff-"Y Why is it that the college bard who sings lb? Of all the splendid joys and pleasures rife, qv ffm' X5 The lure of frank companionship and all if V F That crowd the lotus-eating college life- 3 VVhy is it that the monument he rears Is raised of rings of smoke and foam of beers? I fnw H 293 it ' F1317 wx fl . iffy, A f X 2' .ffm of A fi 12- :iii Jw 'X 7,.ff"v . K Q' f Q9 ig ' 6 lx :- If in Ei i 15 lg ll' x il J I I I I l 5 n, i8 Q w ll 'sv Q N. 9 l, xx. x J E' il 9 Z9 . X x 5 X ll XX X ,P ,la I PX IX il X9 l S: X . if n QV 9 K. l. it i -I if '- rv 1' q s x X f ' 'X an-ff' 2,35 f - .X ,nag 5- T af- 3 ' X' A xggb VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. Are there no memories of which to speak Save those of clinking steins and meerschaums' xeek r The goal-posts loom a scant five yards away: Athwart our line is braced a living shieldg The crimson strives to smash its orange boss, And fails. The cheering rolls across the field. Out from the heap of armoured figures speed Our veterans for the score we sorely need. Little enough of pipes or steins is left to nv In mem'ries of defeat turn'd into victory The clock strikes three. The shadows on the wa.' Redouble as the moments crawl along. I look into your eyes, old friend, and smile, I wonder of your hand, "How strong? l1ow strong And in my mind the question dully rings, 'Can he beat jacks a pair and triple kings?" vlem'ries of jake's are not by half so rare As of the night I bettered that small pair. Under the dim half-light the shadowed buildings loom, Upon the paths white figures saunter aimlessly, From the rent cloud-curtain peers the April moon And bends besilvered gaze on Her and me. Throbs laughter from the lazy promenadeg Upon the perfumed air thrills the Band's serenaue. Nothing of curls of smoke nor beakers' lees, In memory to me of nights like these. The twilight brightens into blazing noong The ivy walls, the turrets melt from view, And Memory's finger on the Present's loom Weaves, warp on woof, a fabric's orange hue, , Fragrance of days long past and deeds long done Are to my nostrils myrrh and cinnamon. To those who lived and laughed 'neath yonder wal' Prosit! Gesundlzeit! and God bless us all! Czzrlain. a G Q 299 T ffjg? . Q? Wi 'TS X irq will? Q' ,ff fp affix? We ff . 1 I l X ' J , NX , l i 1 ' .5 'J . 1 I I . grill AA 1 l 1 .n l .C l? f jfllfif is L. fi M. I will ig 4 N if Q p.. V in f ,M I be xi ,5 1 iffl gk 1 F25 L iff' I1 ,2rif'X 4 X, ,X v 3? , will 1.23542 I l 'Nlfirw 3 l r I WNJ1 is i "3 Il' ,, as . X Q T T. von.. 14. cxxcjus. 1902, . -J 'If V. W . , gg Rubaiyatik of Homer X-Am of Knocker-Pur. -.E :AA LH I ,A ' uf ' . . U' Wake! For Wukasch has scattered into flight pi ' ,rg .. 1 'l 1 1 The Phis before him and chased them from his sight, B N And brings a Cop along with him to pinch E .. The ones who swiped his Turkey in the Night. Ii T H. of ,1 Before the Turkey in the Phi House died 5, Methought the Voice of Bruce Teagarden cried, A Y? X2 "When this fine dinner is prepared within, 1 5 EF: Let 's leave that foolish Duncan boy outside." if I w- III. l Q- .ii , And as the Dog barked, those who stood before A " Vis The Phi House shouted, "Open thou the door! g H 0 VVe know you killed it with a Billiard cue, 35 0 ' And now there is no use in getting sore." 3 , ll 'Q W- . l A 9 Now, Norman T., reviving old Desires, With Turkey dressed to Kitchen he retires, And there he puts the Bird into the Stove, if And watches it while Robert Steyton fires. .XIX bxgx V. Q Wukasch by Now is gone with every Cent bf? That to the Phis remains,-for they have spent A if A goodly sum at Pat's for Stuff which soon gglngl ,' They 'll have with Turkey,-got with such intent. 4 ' fr X L iii vi. .5 3 W And Dixon's lips are lockt, but in divine, ,, 9 fl High-piping Melody, with "Wine, wine, wine! ' 42' J-ik Red wine!" Then Hobart Key cries out aloud ' X That sallow Nose of his to incarnadine: fi 3 Af R VII. Gif "Come, fill the Cup, and in the iire of Spring ,, . 'fp ' X Your Winter garment of Repentance fiing. bl ' That Bird of Ours needs but a little while Q :J X34 To sputter-and the Bird is sputtering. " vp. . ll wk Pk sk Pk PF :if Pk J D 'fFrom the root "rub" therefore rubaiyai-that rubbed in. "i 4. . n 300 F- ' mi 1 in 'SO mai' N we :ZW N H mf rffubf Z i? gt ,N , .. rx V N JQ TA .v 53 . s i - 1 ,Q rig? IA' vt is s, - f fir A it ,ta A-.32 jnuX YB 'N K . .x P fa fx ibu- .I N 4 we mga f A f hit 'rl ,if "WS Lf VOL. 14. cAcTus. 1907. i , 1 -'H e f 'f If r iff'-F 6 VIII. Whether at Nine or Ten o'clock or One, Primer's classes ever slowly rung Primer's head grows balder Day by Day, 4 For Primerls Hairs keep falling one by one. li' Q r l. E IX. Each Fall a thousand Freshmen brings, you say. Yes, but where is that Class of Yesterday? ,l Ah! that Hrst Christmas VVeek that brought Reports . Did take at least the half of them away. lt X. ' Well, let it take them! What have we to do With Freshmen's Busts, just so that we get thru? Let Dean and Prexie thunder as they will, Or Williams write you Letterswheed not you. Nia Pk X XII. it A Cake of Peter's underneath the Boughg ' Nabisco Wafers, Lemonade-and Thou Beside me sitting back of Schutze's- Oh, Schutze's Place were Paradise enow! X. 9 XIII. 9 X . Some for the Glories of Foot-ball sigh, and some X, Sigh for the joys of Final Balls to come. Ah! make your "T" and let Society go, 5 Nor time your Footsteps to the sounding Drum! XX g as 2 S 21: Pk XVI. The Freshman Kappas set their Hearts upon ix Goes Pi Phi-dons the Arrow, and anon, I X Dancing here a little Term or two, h Goes Home because she can't make English 1. v it af we :xc wk Pk f x: as a: li ' XVIII. N They say Watson and the K. A.s keep 1 The Chapter House, where Clinton wrote a heap: 5 And Pokey Paschallfthe Wild Ass Lump- , , fi., X N Eff, Skill A ,- 1 1 .tv :Cb fav :fl Env? Ri sd 'K r-'l if t I, lil N We 1 J! fi -395 xc Ziff, I ' t. ." is ' L 6- P-0 1 ,fill Xi- ,Ap If XXX' i Stamps o'er his Head, but cannot break his Sleep. , , M h Q bi xlfikxx . V: 301 if lj A Q T 1- i- , -Q lg' if A i l J , tg sf ,, X- , I, 1 NW 91,2 ng . , NA X I I I if, , ,Mini - aj! ,Q XJQJQ. . if A f W is iafwi .4 . ,fr lem ZKX is wf."X1 A '-ffi'X+ '1 X WX, 'X 'EU 2: " 'N ,i .Al VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. I :fix fi W .yy , If li ' A f I ' x -5 Q .-Q 1 ll A l 5 X '. 0 XIX. I sometimes think that never blows so red T The Nose as Dr. Battle's when he said That every Remedy the Barber knew Reap'd all he could from his once lovely Head. I i -!. -1. .v. .', -p J. .v. .!. .v. .I .,. , .,. Q. XXVL A Why, even Saints and Sages would have cussed k If from the 'Varsity they had been thrust I Like foolish Freshmen forthftheir Grades all Es And Fs-Fie on the Profs. who make us bust! A XXVII. Each Phi when young doth eagerly frequent About it and aboutg and each moment il: Is in every gossip of the Pi Phis spent. "Q .v, .v. 4. 4. J. J. .v. ,,. ,,. 4. ,,. ,,. .,. 4. XXXV. V Then to the Gffice of the Dean I turned, ' 1 The Secret of successful Grades to learn, 'G X y And Lip to Ear he murmured: "While you stay 1' N9 "1 Cram! for, once gone, you never shall return." -3 L jx XXXVHL A0 X- Listen-a moment listen: Of the same l 'J Poor Earth from which the Blithesome Monday came, N33 The luckless Mould in which Tom Cobbs was cast, X They did compose and call'd him by the Name. 1 w :jc :1: :1: :fc :lc :jc :iz :1: :ls fr X9 L 5' Y 4 E5 LH, . 4- F Waste not your Hour nor in the vain Pursuit ,Q ,px Of As and Bs endeavor and dispute: ' i Far better be in love, and stroll around The Campus with a Co-Ed. coy and cute. X 1 'Af kqxl 1: xl: rf: :Ez :lc :fc :jc rf: ap' 'Q .' 5' if Il.: F N LVI. lg i For French and Spanish though he likes above Q fffi Most other things, his Talks and Lectures prove VT' Of all that one should care to fathom, Gould itil -I Was never deep in anything butfLove. 4.1 L W D :': 2:2 zf: :1: :X :fa : :I dl n gag .' we ' 1 - i N ' , I ' 'lg ' 1 v qs -K: W Xiu hifi Ev A fi.: .,-14,33 I 1 M A 5 i -- X ai , fi 'X ' P 7'-l " l . I '1' - f fy I if - " JN' J' 2 Afv ' K . jgfmux X 16? . ' The Kappa House and hear great argument i if 0 5 , ls 4 g. 0 ,- f . is ' .' ' '45 " ' "' J u' '. 5""Y7 ' '- ' ' ,f 'Q 'Es W5 1 ' 2 -' 1 1 X I 0 T i l ' ' . I 4 I I' - - i ,, .4 X '-.wer 1 X MX rv ar' NWN! ii VOL, 14, CACTUS. 1907. v R N ll , ' s gs ff. 51 LIX. : Fergy, who can with Logic absolute ' ' 'E X The two-and-seventy jawing Rusks eonfute: ff X ' That doughty Athenmum can in a trice V 5 All their arguments into Wind transmute. f J 14 -T eiii T T is A ,lf B. Hall no question makes of Ayes or Noes, , A pl But Right or Left, as says Big Adrian, goes, nf 1 X. X For he who 's bossed them now so many years, X 'Si He knows about it all-HE knows, HE knows! 5 . 1 ll :5 :L P :'- :Ya 'P il ly if I 5 Q4 sw LXX11. 'J' 'W fy And that perverted joke they call McKean- , - X, - Why It stays on, don't ask me to explaing '71 r X Lift not your Hands to stop its Wind, for It X , gg As impudently squawks as One insane. -G ' 'X 9 A : R LXXIV. 'P A .. Yesterday This Day's Madness did prepare, ' 5 To-morrow's Examination brings Despair. .July ' i by Cram! for you know not what they 'll ask, nor whyg f .4 -, X Cram! for you know not when you 'll bust, nor where. N gf 1, :SB 'LAY 4- -'- :ga :g ' ' ' F M MX I J In lil! 5, LXXVI. , ,, bv it - The Pi Phis rushed a Freshman, whom about F' Kappas stepped in and raised a mighty shout: ' N' , ,X X "Upon her Waist then let us pin a Key, , . l 'IX Then lock the Door, while Pi Phis howl without." XA I- u. ev, .v. u. :Za :gc u- .v. .v. ? JS- A' ' LXXXII. , A - ' 015 , 'Xa Q, As under cover of departing Day 6 ' J gl' Crept hunger-stricken Kercheville away. I 3 Gnce more within the Chi Omega House 1 ,N TX: I grinn'd, because I knew not what to say. Wgffynio J' f X, ,IR it 4 XA , ,823 f My Y XXX, 303 Q!! X5 r 'J a 5 T. A . ,. . Q i A 'pta Q 2 IW. ' cs AA ' ig NX iq 5 53 if willy L 36195. in -V ,K I Ja-JY '54 I K I Nc: D. x 1 ' H Sark S' WN 1 fi gg? K ' ' ' - i ' i , 1' L, X ljx, ,fix 4 gi , ii , ,. Ze , t .TN - 9, , 0 A . ,A . f 'Q - f- X! Fi X '21 - : '71 I N 'I 1. I an if gig X9 its Xt. nag, X X Q 0 Q . NX vc n.. 14. cAcTus. 1907. V x I c pf Q 1 . :3 J , v f -X li l 1 fl Qf IYYYIII M 4- - - . 0 Girls of all Sorts and Sizes, great and small, That stood along the Floor and by the Wall, T F' And some loquacious Chivfjmegas were, M And some listen'd, but never talked at all. i o N, Q ' 'rl "' "' ' ' :ic :fs ' ' U S X ,Q LXXXVII. J A X Then cried a Freshman, freshest in the lotA ' Of course it 's Herbert Dowell, waxing hot: "All this of Hogg and Potter-Tell me then, A ,I Who bet, Who lost, Who won, Who took the Pot?" 2 i H 2: ,i K LXXXIX. g I 6 XX 5 Said Herbert Walden, "Have some one bring the Rye, ffl 3 Xt For Days and Nights my Throat 's been parched and dry, .1 - But fill me with the old familiar juice, ' Eg Methinks I might recover by and by." , ll 'cf M :k :fa rl: S: :fs S: 'Y' '1 XCIX. I if Ah, Love! Could you and I with Dean conspire fe ,HB To change this sorry Scheme of Grades entire, 1 A450 XX Would not we change our Es to As? and then fish Reports would sound at home so wondrous Higher! X rf: 9: :fc :fa :k S: -!' rf' :" me if ,wi 3 V 5 li , ffj ng f 'l'AMAlXlff: - L pi X l'he asterisks throughout the translation represent what the Poet said about Aw Tommy Cobbs, Herbert Dowell, Villy, Frank Williams, Lonnie McKean, Herbert ,W it. Sutton, "Fatty" Harris, and others-things which may be considered perfectly 1- ' Q ' bro mer to say in Persia, but which we thought had better remain untranslated. f X . l l , o N :'fPersian for "Don't take it too hard." fir Q- li 4' 6-I ,if Q L W I ll 704 I . Q1 Q, lf ik c , ., 0. . 5 14 a s' Q is . A xg gf, fir .v ' :S .1-'A-QE, - A 'tffi -' . 'TV' ,if -,f'f" QYALX. MZQ n-"Q t 1 , - MDA X wi ,V ,av .1 154 . gig-J '59, , , W W5 x x i ll 1,1 - Z' M1 X .7 lg I ,T 'i l ld 'ifgflx' X like ii is tr Y VOL. 14- cAc'rus. 1907. 'Varsity at Sunset. At lastflwhen it was meet that I should leave That which for four fleet years I held myihome, I bade farewell to those old walls of gray, And with reluctant feet I went to roam. O'er'many lands and surging seas I 've roved, And many mem'ries darksome days enllowerg Butfchoicest 'mongst all those the past years bring Isfthat of 'Varsity at the sunset hour. i Tall tower the rising walls against the sky, Which glows like dying flames in fading lightg And out upon the sky, like steeples, stand The towers of 'Varsity, and each mounted height. In purpling shadows still the cedars stand, And from the dusk they faintly, dimly loom, And lovingly they cluster, like my thoughts, About my Alma Alain' in the gloom. 305 e . fq E Q -1 W4 ,ws-3 . Q - 'fu .f'2J ,Q X. va L at I if x YS N V I ' W, 'QW' , I ,yy ll , 'YI gg ' -if if we 'X ai-MQ .yi e. ZW? lift ' films i -Ml K , 1. fri ff R , 554 af' ' ,P C5 . ft 'l .1-1 ll e W f if lil ffl GQ 1' . f I if 'Q X .I l,lllx r .4 If at -3-"E xx - I id I " X FW M " Z? " Q l X I 1! fill iii fa X cfm' M, is A MIX. ,D A :gtllh .si . ,JW I A I ' It f ' ' : ,pf 2 ,I 4, ' ,Q-L : F., I fi .w .1 'Q ,f '. Lis. IM Qs. 5113 as is I ,al XX figjlxx X X 34 25 0 . g 2 I If ff :BX X w f . 0 QQ 'tif We 1 s 1 1 WY -'S . ,b is Ss.. n II 0 X. I 7 . 1 X, ' 1 I 'I I I " fx. X f - X 0 T' a NX Q I N . c X3 L 9' W I x - .4 X I I . I D 'ISD J X24 - "' .g. xlib an .fn dsx vol.. 14. cAcTus. 1907. A Co-Educational Coincidenceg or,' A Corner in Corners. DRAMATIS PERsoNfE. Miss Mary Do-em-up, Guardian Angel of Lovers, Professor of Match-making, Preserver of Silence, a Pie F ie. Miss Billet Doux, Assistant Preserver of Peace, Chief Decapitator, Adjunct Pro- fessor of Match-makingg a Capper Alfalfa Theatre. Frankie Stylish, ,I Sillic Bill Willow, S us ie Shelterer, , III am ie Searchem, ,I w Cackle Cackle Gabbles, aspirants for end seats. 2 Pie F ies, contending for corners. I I Gee I'll Skidoo, N earlywln Pettifog, II fan-ice Freezer, ,I Leader III ash, w K attie Flaxseed, Il Frizzle JII ou ntaqfneer, I Stella Lovelorn, Capper Alfalfa Theatre contestants. I 1+ Shy-o-Megaphones, ambitious for places. I Gussie Wlilflll, J Jllargaret Shambles, an Alfalfa Dealther Flie. lllarie Gramophone, - - . . . T f B b . Flrrtze Gertze Rusherjord, ,WO an ar arlans Scene: Austin, Texas. PRoLooUE. A room in the Cackle Cackle Gabble Sorority House. Time: illidnfiglzt of October 3, 19-. Mamie Searchem and Gee I'll Skidoo seated at table, a box of candy between them, books open, 'upside down before them. They appear to be studying. As curtain rises, Miss Searchem yawns, closes her book, pushes it from her, and addresses Miss Skidoo. MAMIE SEARCHEM: Oh,me! I am going to stop studying. I 'm dead tired. I danced last night till two, and besides! CEE I'LL SKIDoo: Don't talk about being tired. Spuds and I drove at least twenty miles this afternoon. I believe I 'll stop, too. We studied too hard last year anyway. I 'm afraid folks will think we are trying for Fie Baiter Capper. Ugh! Well! ' MAMIE SEARQHEM: Well what? Do you know, I 've got a scheme! CEE I'LL SKIDUUZ What is it? Do let 's have it! MAMIE SEARCHISM: Well, you know, we 've got the name of having the most brains and most beauty of any Frat. here. It won't do to let that rep. get lost. 306 ip , - , ft tu-.gl . A . X N Y If I x I I ppl lr-I.". WJWQI .JhfAX1 if ' 'XV 'W I li' .Q 1 KAI Lgjmdx X' 16? ' . 'S ea - - af , - an I s s 5 Q X XX. X. X . VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. But I know how we can keep it up, and not study half as hard as we have been doing. We waste a lot of time studying, when- GEE I'LL SKIDOO: When Spuds and I could be over at Charlie's. MAMIE SEARCHEM: Please don't interrupt me! -when we might be better occupied. Now my scheme is to keep up appearances, even better than we 've done before. We must cut out so much corridor and perip. Mrs. Curb-it is going to stop that soon enough, any way. Why, she drove Charlie Boy and me off a bench in the campus the other day just as things were getting awfully interesting. But here 's my plan: We will cut out so much corridor-ology and peripatology and cultivate the world of books. GEE I,LL SK1Doo! Umph! Take it away! MAMIE SEARCHEM: Why, I mean the Library, of course. By spending most of our time in the Library we will get the name of being awfully hard students. GEE I'LL SKIDOO: But when will we have time to spoon? llIAMIE SEARCHEM: You just wait! We will get foxy, and manage to happen in the Library about ten minutes before anybody else. Of course, we will have to get up earlier, and maybe go without breakfast, but it 's worth it. just listen: We will get there as soon as Miss Do-em-up or Billet Doux opens up, and we will grab the corner seats at all the tables on the girls' side. Don't you see, when the boys come in, the first girls they will see will be Cackles, and they 'll soon begin to think we are the whole thing. But what 's better, they can't get by without our looking at them, and one of our winks-! Well, we 'll soon have the name of being the best students in the 'Varsity, and at the same time we will catch more fellows and have more fun than any Frat here. If only the others don't atch on! GEE I,LL SKIDOOI If only the others don't catch on! Why, that 's a dandy ! at meme, let 's tell the girls about it to-morrow at breakfast-if we 're there. -DIMAMIE SEARCHEM: We must be and we will be. But come ong we must get some sleep. or our eyes won't stay open to-morrow to catch what 's coming our way. lfillffflfll. "4 K FIRST AND ONLY SCENE. The Library. Time: Several weeks after the time of the Prologue, about 8:15 V a. m. Miss Do-em-up has just come tu, and is counting cards at the desk. v' ,MISS Do-EM-UP: I wonder if my girls will have a show this morning. The Cackles and the Theatres got all the seats yesterday. It made me mad to see them have it all, so every tin1e I heard a sound from their quarter I rapped as loud as I could. It 's a fine scheme, whoever thought it up, and I 'm willing to help them all I can if they 'll only be fair. Futer Miss Billet Douk. Good 'mornin g. uf! 5 Wt of As , f Qi f .1 xii X 'W K I.,-' lit I If 0.11 ll gm. - A. W? f ' "il, Um I l v K, ' J . rf KXQJ I, ill X r ,4 N if A has Q5 - Isl F 1: . eff' r. f ya. WML., ,,., f Miss BILLET DOUX: How d 'ye! Say, do you know it makes me mad to see AW, fy those Cackles and Shy-o-Megaphones get all those end seats? Why yesterday iftx 5 was the first time the Theatres had a show! -Ian-ice Freezer and Katie F laxseed 015 I " just waited till Frizzle Mountaineer and Gussie Wilful came to get a preserved "' -J book, and they swooped- H MISS DO-EM-UP: Why, my girls haven't gotten a seat yet. Weren't we slow AAS , I not to see through the Cackles' trick? - 421 ,LAX J ' MISS BILLET DOUX: I 'll tell you. Let 's get Mr. Windjammer to put up a notice: " B511 fgivl X : 307 ag , X S ' ' 1 - lj Us it A Q V t S' i as .f,,,1' - ,. 'W . f ff'?'53 . is my " 'V YM- ' f' 0 'ZAR WV" -W? -4' - W' X M Q at J 'fm If :AJ 1 rs s . F ' ,gp I fl ii' I , I ll : FJLN -K L ,N vs X I 355' gi' l. X His' X X F Ev I gn xx ri!!! E56 :Jig x . v.. N, XT! 94 fr. Z3 R251 If ' Cb x :gli VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907 ".YoIz'ev to Yozuzg I,f1flz1xv.gNo sorority shall have possession of end seats in this Library for more than two days in succession. HPHCENIX L. WINDJAMMER, "Lz'brorlan." That 'll dof ' Mlss Do-EM-UP: About as much good as the signs prohibiting talking. XVhy, but here they come! 3 lllulszllc the rzotse of a great and miglzty flood. The Library floors suing open, and LI mob of frretty girls pours, into the ante-room. Great Confusion, s I Clmttcr1'1zg, and .9C'lll'l"1f1.Jlg. Among the crowd are recognized Miss Searchern G lk .ma Miss skidoo, tlCC0HZf7l17l1.Cl1' by Miss Petrifog. - ,Z Miss SEARCHEM: This is not fair! We thought of it first. SUSIE SHELTERER: I don't care, we've as much right to them as you! GEE I'LL SKIDUQZ Why, I don't care! !! Miss PETT1FoG: I wouldn't have an end seat. I hardly ever sit there. Miss FRANKIE STYLISH: Then I never go with Charlie Boy! You 're there , every minute. Miss FREEZER: No she 's not! I was there yesterday, and- ll Miss LovE1.oRN: So was I! 6 XXX? lTl1ey enter the L1-bl'tlI'aV and make a center ruslz for the corner seats. J Q X' Miss PETTIFOGZ ICapturz'ng first seatj Oh, I 'm worn out! I must sit down. - IArranges lzer scarf and poses. MISS SILLIE BILL VVILLUWI ISCCZIVI-llg a corner. VVell, a Pie Fie has got here 16 ! at last! The dream of my life is realized. I Miss IVIOUNTAINEERZ !Sez'zes her and tries to oust lzer.j Get up! This is 'fs m seat! Miss W1LLow: It is not! Miss INIOUNTAINEERZ It is! 5y4'!x, !Miss Do-em-up raps loudly on the desk. The girls pay no attention. Another , W rap. if Miss Do-EM-UP: Stop your quarreling, quick! The boys are coming! !Gcneral consternation. Miss Searchem, Miss Skidoo and Miss Freezer secure 1 .EN seals. Marie Gramophone sees a vacant place and makes a swoop. Mar- , l , garet Shambles and Leader Mash rush forward to prevent. if ,X Miss SHAMBLES and Miss IYIASHI No Barbs allowed here! This is a corner ' in Greek! g i' Miss GRAMOPHONE: It 's not! Besides, I 've a right here because my dear Q, l r Vergil is a Baiter, and I have a right by proxy. lSz'ts downj Skidoo! JJ fN GFE I'I L SKIDOO' Who called me? 'f X !Gets up and looks around. .lIeanwlzz'le, Frankie Stylish, and Gussie Wilful content! for lzer corner. 'T X Miss WILFUL: lsllfllillg flown! Oh, yes! you got left! QQ! Miss STYL1sH: No, I didn't! Here comes Charlie Boy, and he will take me . X . . . . 1.9 x around the perip, even if I am a Freshman. lExzt. ' FLIRTIE GERTIE RUSHERFORD: !Clz.ewz'ng gum at a furious rate.j Say, isn't I' for nie? ' there any room 1' , ALI.: No! Miss SHELTERER: Yes, here 's half my chair. Come, sit clown here. When fl! S Spuds Nevvville comes in, there 'll be a vacant place. ,,. I 308 Za , is - , . . . ' f L , '? fqfif' , . I lfqiim Iiiiii Q 'tt ti :I 4' x X s X X Ivx' 1 I 'yt Iv if I My. I nys, ,,.,f f,l,..,. W-AQI -3 if JP' X of I.-ef ' If r Jfifgux ff! '1' 1 if FQ? rlgL , l xXN EAL-X '? gg' V2 'N VOL- 14. cAc'rus. 19C7. Miss BILLET Dovxz fC1111z1'1111 1111111 11111141 If you clon't hush talking, you 'll have to get out of here! Miss RUSHERFURDZ Have you got "How to Flirt on Two Chiles a Day" in the Library? 1 Miss BILLET Douxz I don't know. Miss RosHERFoRD: Can't you look? MISS BILLET DOUXZ No! 11C111111'11.v 111111's1f. MISS RUSIIERFURD1 Then I 'll ask Miss Do-em-up. KATIE FLAXsE13D: Why, she 'll take the head off of anything that hasn't got on trousers and a necktie. lAlI67Llll'ZU12Z-16' 11217 bays bfgl-ll 111 5111711111 1.11. Miss Pettifog 0551111111111 11111, j11'1'111'11v1 pose, 111111 119 1'c111111'111111 by llll z'1111111'111'11111 c111f11, Walter Called-well. Af 1111-S f701'l'Zlf Vergil Bishop Cl11t'1'.V 1111111 1111 1111111, "By ,11l'1'F, bu! 112145 1,1 1z1'f1,11!" 111111 111195 011 Miss Gramophone, 'ZUIZI1-VC 11111 15 111 111160 ,v1'1'z1'11 by Miss Rusherford. Boys CO7Zf1l'7Z-ZIP 111 1111111 111. Willie Tommyson 417111 Bobbie Barkandnobite 11a1'1' 10 be' .v1'j1111'111'1111 by Miss Do-em-up 4711 f1CCf11111f 111 tl 11111111111 1111111' Miss Rusherford. f11ZC by 01111, t'IlC1l 1'1111'a111'1'1 is Sllfifill-C11 12111111 11 17l'llIl,' 11111 1.1- b1'c11'111 56111011 111111111 111 tl Q111111 1111111 of c111111111's1111'111f1, 11111 111' Miss Do-em-up 111111 Miss Billet DouX 1111112 1111'111j111111 C'1fL'.V 1111 1111' 11171711 ILTIV1? 1101.119 1111 111111111 111621 s11f1C1'1J1's1'1111. .41 1111.1 f7l11.1lt Cupid 111111111111 lill 1111' 11111'.v1' 111 Mr. Beck, 111111 111-3- 11"1bZl1t'A' b01111111'1s, C1111CU1111'1111 1101111111 c11'r11111s, 11111111111 11111 61111111115 f11'11s'e1111'1111111e 1111'111's1 b1111q1101s 111 1110 111111 1111111'111'111z 111111111,c 111 111.5 1'111111'11x1x, Miss Doux 111111 Miss Doaem-up. ci11l1'f'11.11. - 454 Y E1 309 . I 'Sth 5 A .Q 78531, gf 'xdlgqg 1 1 --1 an .?f2,,1' , 1- 1 1 Xi 1 11 'yi MQ im' 1 if - ' 'X 115' xr jg 1 1? -' ,iffx f. kb lv 111 ' 11 11' , ,- A J 1 l 1 3. x rfx X' 11' 1 1 l. ,Lx x W. ,fill SAV? .1 . f 11l 1115 ffbh il ,Z 1 lll K , 4 11, , 'J'- X. ' I V 1 , 1 X 5 1 L w SV' 1 11'-1 I . ifqlf . 145 dv :J A11 511 .X .- 11155115 N5 ' 'X 61 WN Q 325 1 1111-ik ! N i -rex Wifi I 'Z' sy 'tiiiifffr - - ' as- , 3 ia. . . .I l 5 - . ' ' J -2 ' 1 1 1, ' , fx " ' 'J I - I TT' WP? 0 X "MX Q ' Za ' as " " 'X 1 4 Y b I I rg ' .Q if vol.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. 'if TT' I l 'iii 'Q j A Cactus Courtship. lf! f, Il " fa a if -me ici 5 ,, ' . ".Xin't she a beauty? Wonder what 's her name. It just says 'Freshman 73 Girl, 'urn' " ineditated Vernon Grass, gazing into the dreamy eyes of a "pen-and- , ink " Freshman girl in the last edition of THE CAcTi's. "Umph! I don't believe ,545 there 's a girl in Greenfield that can beat her. She must have been the prettiest '55 girl in the class, and they just put her picture in. Why, she beats Polly Wright as ' all to smash. Wonder if I cou1dn't set up to her if I went up there? VVhat 's that A down in the corner? Her name, of course--'j. King, after Gibsonf After wit., Gibson? What can that mean? Well, I 'll just go up and find ont. I 'll pitch in . ' ,tray and win that scholarship, after all, and surprise Pa and Ma and Mag and all the i 7 kids. I 'ye been kind o' wantin to U0 to the University, anyhow." if 1 X "lVhat 's that you said, Veriion 5' i i ff ji Mr. Grass came plodding into the room with a heavy tread. Vernon closed A Qi the book with a snap, and stared at the tioor. He hoped his father had not seen 5' Y! him lookin 't 'hat 'rt r . f A g a L pit u e "I was just looking at that book the Professor up to the University sent I A to C' down to the High School. I was thinking I'd like to go up there for a year. aff 'Twon't cost hardly anything if I can make the scholarship. Can't I go if I get the '2 scholarship?" sfiii iw Mr. Grass was filled with surprise. , if-A! !9!,1J'i' "Lands o' gracious! What 's tooken holt of you? Why of course, if you 're a 3 Xi' mind to go. I ain't the sort o' man to keep my children out of an education, ',, - though I 've got on tolerably well myself with jest readin', Writin', and 'rithmetic. ' ' :jx Your Ma wants you to go, and Mag 's got her head set on you bein' a foot-ball If A!! ' player with long hair. And so, if you 've at last swung 'round, I ain't a-goin' to jj' hinder you. But what 's .got the matter with you?". I LL -W 9 "Oh, nothing in particular. just thought I 'd like to go up and talk it over ' with the President, and see how I like the fellows. I guess I 'll take rockology fi' 0 and treeology and bugology and the rest of the things that a fellow 'S supposed to I take. 'Twouldn't cost much more'n living at home." 1 -'J ' fs 114'-X j, "Well, I guess if your Ma says so, you can." if 'Nh It turned out that Ma was more than willing. Maggie was ecstatic. She e i snubbed half the girls at school on the strength of Vernon's prospects. Vernon ffl? really grew interested, and buckled down to work with the purpose ever in his in 7, inind of "getting to see her." He was as familiar with her name as if she had QA! ivlxx been an old acquaintance. He talked to himself, and thought of "Miss King" as '19, 'Til if he had known her always. But he was careful to let no one find out his secret. " L" ,. W He was surprised at his own determination. He had pretended to aspire to ik University honors merely as a pretext to hide his interest in the t'Freshman Girl," ' P but now he was actually working for the scholarship. And by dint of hard study i and conscientious effort, much to the surprise of the entire neighborhood, Vernon 'gtg 1-tx : was the lucky contestant for the scholarship. Before he could realize the situa- J ff' , X tion, the summer was mellowing into autumn, and it was time to go up to the f University. VVith his scholarship encased in a gilt frame as a passport, Vernon ,Y Q arrived at Austin three days before the opening of the University. , I 4, "Won't open for three days! Gee! there 's enough fellows here now to keep Vi! ,' lb: the President busv making them behave. VVonder if the girls and boys sit in the qi je' F XX same study-hall? V Hello, Mister! Where can I see the President?" i QW ' 'if The gentleman addressed was a tall handsome man of dignified appearance, 5 fir but of so kindly a face that Vernon felt bold to accost him. 1 c."e- "I am the President," answered the gentleman, with some dignity. "Is , there anything I can do for you? just come to my office." Q-I . F5 X Vernon followed the President, in dumb awe, into a large office. The Presi- V .3 dent sat down, but Vernon, too frightened to remove his hat, stood before him, 5 ' , his hands clutching nervously at the frame of his scholarship. J d. I? I 3,10 ," 7 Q J , Xie ' . 0 'Q l r ' A -K f . 'T N' ,lc A if X31 1 ' '-.7 19 tip bffbgg' , A TRI, , 'Q' ark C I 6 if atltg .1 . h fs J Q , I r v ' ' .F 'I Q ' . 1 ' A ,- ' . yisdkfix- U' W-'7 X 'War M :F ' ' fy v !f".2i4qrX :AJ W 1 ,Q-lx qt?-Sm .,.-Egg,-RX . SLw :'tr- Fave? U ' 1 -'-W J , im ff ,IN -, l I-1 X gif ' If fi ,f :ii Nb li-'T' r'fIr?SlfX7, 235 xx iii? X gli' A: . ivy N 00,-0, 'xx , X l III . KY VOL. 14. cAcTus. 1907. y -- Hee- e Hee eQ i "Where are you from, young man?" asked the President. "From home, sir," answered Vernon. "And I want to know what books I I 'll have to have, and I 've got my scholarship here, and I thought you might tell R55 me where I- 1' f , "Have you seen the Dean?" interrupted the President. ' ' f'Who?" asked Vernon. K . "Why, young man, I think you had better wait until matriculation begins. K ' , Then you can see the Dean, and get things straight. Will you excuse me this ff morning? I am very busy. Good morning." . Vernon was too stunned to answer. He slunk sheepishly from the room, and I Q decided to take the Presidents advice and wait. In the meantime he scoured the 5 5 town for a boardinghouse. "Don't you think of paying over S6 a month for board. Mrs Hendy- gobble don't. charge but 37, and I know you won't find anybody up there that spreads as good a table as she does." With this parting advice of his mother fresh Ffi 'in mind, Vernon was almost swept from his feet by the rates charged by University gf' NX boarding-houses. Q4 Q ' "They want anywhere from 315 to 5:20 a month for board up here. A Did you ever?" he wrote home after a two-days search. He finally made ar- rangements to share a room with two other boys, paying only 312, which, he X: confided to one of his room-mates, was Uhighferlutin' robbery." "As if they had ff J any better biscuit or beds up here than the folks at Greenfield." At last niatriculation-day came. Vernon got up at 5 o'clock to be on time, 'P' ef? went off without his breakfast at half-past 6, armed with his scholarship, and - l y reached the University before the doors were opened. Everything wore a dead fxhi Lili ' -1 look that told him that he was too early. if-div 3 N ' "Nobody here yet?" he exclaimed in surprise. Then, spying B. Hall, he ly. added, f'VVhy, what 's that building over there? I wonder if it 's the Engineering ' QQ Building? Guess I'll go over and see." f ? XVhen he was within talking distance of the windows of the Hall, a grinning M. ,,"'l4 X- head was thrust out. , Nb "Hello, there, Freshy! 'What do you want?" called the fellow who looked out. " x "I want to see that Mr. Dean, or whatever his name is. I want to get 'Z' 'P matriculated." , 'fWhy, this is the place to get matriculated. Come right in that door down there, and tell the first guy you meet that you want to see the T-Square Coma " Mi Q I mittee. I 'll be down and get you matriculated, all right." ' J The head disappeared within the window, and Vernon dashed up the steps into the open door. A boy stepped into the hall as he entered. Vernon respecte A-JT fully uncovered. X' ' f'VVhat you want? " asked Vernon's inquisitor, looking him up and down. S U "I 'd like to see the T-Square Committee, sir, if you please. Iwant to get " matriculated." ,, , .. "Uh, you do, do you? Well, come right in here. This is the Registrar's 5' office. Vou 're a little late. just sit down," he said, leading Vernon into the 55 ' business office of the Dormitory. Vernon wondered if he had struck it right, after I ,. V all. His host gave him a chair, and told him to wait until he came back. "I 'll J ' X : I go get the Dean and the T-Square Committee." Vernon laid his scholarship on a chair, and settled himself at the table to wait for the return of his friend. On the table, the first object that met his gaze was a dx copy of THE CACTUS--the very copy that contained Miss Kings picture. Vernon fi, 1 Q 5 7 seized it eagerly, hastily turned the pages till he found the place, and then sat for Gigi 5 some minutes looking into the pretty eyes that had lured him to Austin. How 13, long would it be before he met her? He wondered if any of the boys he had met if QW knew-- A "Here he is, in here. Come on, fellows. He 's awfully anxious to be ma- Aff!- : trieulatedf' 72' , . Before Vernon could comprehend the situation the door of the office was burst if open, and a mob of boys came pouring into the room. The boy who had seen him lar 'L from upstairs came into the middle of the room and thrust out a hand to the ,cfi terrified Freshman. xiii W 311 1? ' 1 xl . f 9 if ai Ai' .qi ss xd r , ', , P ,, I... I 1 I-rx., fi ' ' ' 1' JDJ X EJ L74 ' A! X MA Q S1 ,'f",,jS2' 4316? ,jg .- , .,r-:z--- t :JW '1-' S f J . is 'xiii pf-GS'-ig f 'SM , .- ' t . I . x VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. ll' r X 53 l , X "Here, get up with youf Ilon't you know that it 's impolite to sit in the 'iii nib . N I Dean's presence?" ,i KJ .gf The boy jerked Vernon from his chair and dragged him into the thick of if N25 the crowd. W "Here 's the T-Square Committee. Tell 'em which you prefer, landscape work or-or-hgure-painting." I fi A to "Hi there! Answer up, buddy, or the Dean 'll put you down for both." ' lj ' "I-can't-paint," blurted Vernon. I vs, "But we can paint you! Take your choice now, or forever hold your peace. V -'S We 're giving you an option because you got here so early. Option closes after 7 4 ji' o'clock. Hoop up now, and tell the Dean which you 'll take." l . Vernon stared vacantly about for the Dean. 1 S Q' "XVhere 's Mr. Dean?" ,' J X "Here I am," said the captain of the foot-ball team, stepping forward with a nf l 'Z dignified air. "Be so good as to make known your choiceflandscape or figure- 'A 5 painting?" fi, N. "L-l-land-scape, if you please," stammered Vernon, red and frightened. ' I : 'tAll right !" yelled the Dean. "Come on, fellows! Let 's matriculate him!" Before Vernon had time to realize the hoax that had been played upon him, "t the "Dean" caught him around the waist, another fellow held his protesting legs, iff? while a third had him hand-cuffed. As they laid him across the table the "Dean' ' M whispered: "Easy, boys. He 's awful fresh. Don't hurt him too bad." But 56" X . all that Vernon heard was an awful whizzing through the air, and then-the T- ,' ' gg square descended on Vernon in all its terrible force. The boys let Vernon off with '- -7 what they called "an easy one." But Vernon never understood the application. .V ,g ' He was so hoarse from screaming and so sore from his drubbing that he had I 1 neither the will nor the power to make a second attempt at matriculation that day, ff? X' The next morning, however, with grim determination to steer clear of B. Hall, ' 0 I young hopeful set out anew, scholarship, frame, and all, ready for a second trial. ' I " tp His room-mates had given him a lot of information, which, added to his own ex- perience, enabled him to pass through the trials of matriculation with very little ' ,. trouble. Several boys gave him a helping hand along the rough road between , , the Registrars window, the Dean's office, and the Proctor's counter. The schol- 'ff'Q- arship, in all the gilded glory of its frame, was handed into the Registrar with due jg A X f ceremony, and Vernon Grass was a registered student of the University. , And now the Freshman bethought him of his CACTUS girl and set about to find her. He hunted out the two boys who had helped him matriculate, and A r N asked them if the girls and boys played in the same yard at recess. Both fellows fy A f broke out into such volcanic laughter that Vernon laughed too: whereat the fel- fc Xu, lows apparently took the question as a joke, and asked Vernon if he had met L- f' Mrs. Kirby. v "3Irs. Kirby? XVho 's she?" . I, "Why, she 's the Dean of XVomen. You 're not matriculated if you haven't T' ,ff QA niet her." Q l ' I' X "Dean of XVomen? VVhy, I a1n't a girl-" ' " "Of course not, we know that. But then, you want to have the privilege of " talking to the girls, don't you? VVell, then, you 'll have to be introduced to Mrs. A? Kirby. Unless 'you do, you can't have anything to do with the 'Varsity girls. H 'Q' I Mrs. Kirby is mighty particular." I U I . 'N 'x Vernon flushed. He felt that his two friends had read him through, and lf 51. knew the secret of the girl in THE CACTVS1 but he pretended indifference. iff' 'J I . "Oh, I guess I might want to talk to 'em at recess now and then, or at lunch- 4 at time." . vi, "NVell, you 'd better come with us and meet Mrs. Kirby." " They were half-way down the corridor when they ran into a crowd of upper- ja' 1 ff! 9 ' classmen. .-1: cl' V l t 313 -.I 0 l 'Q ' in ' ' .-. 44' .f 'T fk ' - -U' JSA-'s ' X .4 ,ae-3 is tl, -,J gl A 2. U . 4 fx W 'l f 6 " ' ,. ' flaflgix. d7J if ffqk il fl f -WJ-JX3 if ' Wt' 'X M Z W ' If 4754 :AJ fffifl N j Q -f-5 "5 ' 1 :-- .-.4 1 '3-' F' I M? 43 QJQEY? me r Tl -U N ' r - S133 tiki i j Fzfgtx lgiixxx nrfif' X X 021: ga ' ' v g ,XX VOL 14. cAcrus. 1907. "What 're you doing to the Freshman?" asked the "Dean" of Vernon's first matriculation. "Oh, we are just taking him around to meet Mrs. Kirby. He intends to play the ladies' man, so he wants to meet Mrs. Kirby." "Let 's go along and help introduce him," proposed one of the crowd, and the rest followed. At Mrs. Kirby's door, all the crowd except Vernon's two introducers fell into the background. Pushing Vernon before them, they opened the door wide enough for the poor boy to see a long room filled with female figures, the sight of whom made the unhappy Freshman quake. "Must I go in before all them? I' he asked in a terrified whisper. "Sure, buddy, and talk up to her. She won't bite," they replied, shoving Vernon into the room. At his entrance every face in the room was turned toward himg but the only face he saw was that of a gentle, dignified lady of ven- erable vears, who sat at a desk on a platform near the door. She looked up at him with a kindly surprise and inquiry that made Vernon turn to his companions for an explanation. To his horror, they were gone, the door was closed, and he stood, the only boy in that staring crowd of girls, face to face with the Dean of lfVon1en. Realizing that Vernon was the victim of a trick often played on Fresh- men, Mrs. Kirby hastened to relieve his embarrassment. "Is there anything I can do for you, my young man?" she asked in a voice and manner so assuring that Vernon stammered out before he thought: "Why-er-I donft-yes-if-do you knowe-where can I End Miss J. King?" It was the only thing he could think to ask. In a moment he realized what he had done. But it was too late now. He must abide the consequences. "Why, yes. Is she a friend of yours? I think I saw her go into the other room a little while ago. I will go and see," said Mrs. Kirby, rising. This certainly was sudden. Vernon meant to protest, but he dropped his hat in his consternation, and while he stooped to pick it up, Mrs. Kirby escaped into the adjoining room. Straightening up, he prepared himself to meet his des- tiny-the lady of his dreams, whose dark rich beauty had fascinated him even through the medium of pen and ink. If the picture in THE CACTUS were as beautiful as it was, how much lovelier must the original be? Never mind. He was to see her at last. And how should he greet her? They were coming. He heard Mrs. Kirby's voice. Oh, moment of unhoped- for bliss! Only a second and he would be face to face with her! Could he wait? There was a rustle of skirts. Mrs. Kirby stood in the doorway that separated the two rooms. Vernon scarce dared look beyond her. The moment had come, and With it Bliss King. Following Mrs. Kirby with shambling, cat-like tread came a lady of some forty summers, whose gaunt figure was bent under the imagined weight of many an unsolved female problem. Blonde hair, of uncertain color, smoothed with studied plainness from a brow full three shades darker, revealed a face whose color and contour are beyond the powers of description. Two eyes of washed-out gray that might have once been blue gazed in seeming shyness at the poor disap- pointed youth, who stood speechless in the face of disillusionment. f'Here is Miss King. She says- VVhy, what is the matter, young man?" cried Mrs. Kirby, as poor Vernon turned and fled through the door which some- one had just opened. 315 J fry .'7'j'5' . wh A .I .3 ,K .h A .VK . i I I - .ff..f' -, .. .va -- ef. l 'TSQQ I 0 'X f 9 riff: .ZWQ MW? 4' u I 1-X IQ W' X fa" 1' W K zifiux ffjx .J .' 9x1 riilgiijm . ...X N' ll fri M i fi WS R' . K' xx .c Wa vt ,ft M, .fr gf cn! AX Nl fl is i r' 'P 1 qliii rr, rj , 'Q . K, " rt V25 9 'i 'im ig, air . A gl J ffiibll H AA .1251 is dis KS ' in Ny ff' Q U L ffgiil ll' n ft we 1 'Liss fa r, ,ex g'iQgwaw , fe t f f , fp. ,Iggy 10, ,Q-if : xy i : el, 5 Jr: as Q I' as X, av A: - i b von.. 14. cAcTus. 1907 1' ff :BX ' xi - W ,-rfb T gf elif, s. 94 . 0 Excelsior. 'paxil ii v X, A . The shades of night had upward rolled 's'Stop!" cried the eagle in his Hight, a. gli As through a grocery store there "What brought you to this dizzy 'X strolled height? ' -3 A youth who bore, mid soap and rice, XVhat power has thus taught man to A barrel of that strange device, fly?" Excelsior! Downward was wafted, like a sigh, lu "Excelsior l " X: Down in the cellar dark, I ween, 5 V? He placed it by the gasoline, The music of the spheres grew mute. lxl X N '- A l 7 A. if X, 1 And wrote, in letters bold and free, That all who looked thereon might see "Excelsior ! " This youth was of poetic turn, No Latin did he ever learn, But once at school he had declaimed A piece some idiot wrote and named "Excelsior Y " "What star's just learning how to shoot? What comet 's this has jumped his track ? " Far up the heights it echoed back, "Excelsior I " At length arrived at Peter's gate, That saint requested him to state, "Car fcsz'z'na.vi? Quo vadis? Hey?" 9 And tf1CI'1 he set to wasting breath The youth had breath enough to say, f About a chump who met his death "Excelsior!" , Af' Trying to decorate the Pole 5. iii, , With some big advertising scroll, "If heaven 's not good enough for iff NX' "Excelsior!" you," 0 ' Replied the saint, in anger due, A59 XVas it from his poetic ilame "The place may suit you from whose "X Or from his cigarette that came 'burn' QA- 'D The spark which hred this packing They say no traveler may return." '7 X, stuff Excelsior I Lf ,, W' To call so quick that poet's bluff, il Excelsior? The illoral: Flee this awful word! , If once its baneful sound you've heard ,p l ln twenty winks the gasoline There 'll echo ceaseless through your EJ-fx Had joined in to make a scene, brain, L - X And, bang! a loud explosion roared, Like a lost soul in endless pain, Up through the roof our hero soared, 'tExcelsior!" ., Excelsior! , KW li O'er all your life 'twill cast a blight, JS! "Wait!" cried the grocer, 'ttell me, You 'll lose friends, hope, and ap- D' ,, f cuick, petite, - XVliat put you up to such a trick, Unless you do what I have done fi? To blow my store to Jericho? " And go and write 41, pun upon cf The answer Hoated down below, Excelsior! "Excelsior!" -A1zmzl"uz0us. if 9 ' ,,, Q' Q, I gi ,, . , 5 'a ' ? ' -'I ' .3 we 4 Q' , . Q N X v , , , ,. . I , W,f83"i,Qk as .,f-wa' Vzfngi vagal A iff as T f ff f .flex will if la ll l n ll l l 1 ll x l l ll H l l 1 l l ,S N v 'X it 0 A -. l l P ,. ,Q ? W g as me 'Ta 'A In -Dir' e f 'ew' ,- 313222 tk -T f ,A .1 Q M lifiii IZXSAYA "EY X Tris: is X 421 T I T xx F Q! VOL, 14, cAc'rus. 1907. A Tale of the Ticker. A man was chalking at the board, The ticker broke the silence with Q Chalking with all his might. Its little choppy work, 5 He did his very best:to make The man behind the ticker said: E The little bettors bite, "They 're off at Ascot Park!" lpn' And that is never hard if one And VVillie took his pencil out 3 X: just goes about it right. And made a little mark. I, Another man was writing checks Willie looked as comfortable I'p M And taking in the "mon"3 As though he were on pins, I X . He looked as if he thought it were While figuring out the magnitude all An awful lot of fung Of all the people's sins- 1 - For all the little students came The man behind the ticker said: , I And Went away well done. "The winner-Juggler wins!" 1 ,S Then William Wilson entered there, Now, good and puritanic souls 4, ' fIt caused a stir or so,j Can't see such sights in peaceg And all the little students stood So W'illie told the Ticker-man U lx And waited in a row- The thing would have to cease: bf XX They waited, but they looked as if "If you don't send those children home 5 T' They didn't want to, though. I ,ll call for the police!" They stood and looked at VVillie, Then Willie marched right boldly out ll X CThe name is not quite rightg With face like chiseled stone, il ' But then, perhaps it 's just aszwell- And every little student there 5 We want to be polite,j Gave an heart-rending groang l, And Willie looked as though he were And Wl'16I1 he Came galumphilig b21Cli, ' lx Disgusted with the sight. They 'd been and gone and Hown. I 5 They say the ticker 's standing where I ' lx It always used to standg 4 - V But those who do the betting are 5 ... 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' -Q ' 4 Ty ' ETIGINTIWIHG TIRV15ILlU5TmTfDi Q 322 ' A 15' Q M 1 NA - J, ,WSE if 4'2" X miiwm wig ffm ffm Mm ,fi Q 4 PM f . X Q ,tw :,f:F-42 ..-3 .. 4:F,,, v 46,5 ,E M 1, . ,F ,, Fifi flggixxx 'HEX' X 41 f Qs X aff' X: x , VOL. 14, cAc1'us. 1907. ' M ' , If r J sn wh Vw' -- x , 'Q 1 0 4, , S N X A Q Q55 Q MRA 4-X4 . I W1 ' S+ ' XX . N-x C! 1 f' U .Qq b . , suffix :Z tm l 1 fp K I I .JUN fx n 1 'fl 3 lv, V W 4 l N I' X 1 MV A .fx I ul fx il 5. ' A 045 J' IJ f MAB 'A Q, ' ,gig Q. ' , 323 f Q: 5' . E Q is .J 4 ' N : A fe?-iff. Tig: ,C ef wx ' Imax -..C ., M Jig, . 5. - 5? ,L-i:ie'?.mN fl If M, 1 Egg? xx 'j. -R gg 3C:Tf,'-:"z?- gnu? , ,ez J 'zz I 'sf . 'i . ' of , ie-Q. '-6 . . , I I , . 1, at fx! Y? ,Fifi IC! it Qjgstgisti? .y . ,7sf'L:PNr x Ki 5, :J I, .I X T ly ,A ' " I I g- 7, JV g exvwr Lidytfx' J-lf' x.: if f V. lg : n i an VW WS F5 X7 56 X9 W VK x A1 159 U34-I X , vol.. 14. cAcTus. 1907. rg N W H " " """ " "W - ff f. ' ,X f- 1 . -2 l x Y 1 :Jhot-ln of tne University Klub. f We ll . K3 ff Qlj , INiwGt'R.xT1oN oF Hou-SToNE TAY1.oR. ,ff Published by the Klub eyery fraction of a century. ' A Entered as matter of the lowest class at the University Station. S Being University Checkered: Yol. YII., No. 1. A To Being No. 23 of the Ilrmzzrrlrzljf Duval. 'fi BILL ,Im Cox:if1,1eT, EditorainfChief. AUsT1N, TEXAs, january 26, I907. V K .5 OFFICIAL PROGRAMME. x CAuthorized by the Road4Agents ol' the Klub.Q ,JKJLKQ Inauguration of HoueStone Taylor, President of the Klub. g 8 :oo 1'. M .eve 'Room 71 144. Meeting of Heads of Debilitated Schools. Hail Handusoine-will insist 1 .3 on reading a paper on "Truly Rural Rules for Unruly Schules."j qzoo P. Mr-Installation Exercises. Dean Measly Battle, RingfMaster. "Sole-mnity of the Occasion," by Vox Populi Peregrinus. I lm A XVeedy Herbrayrium. X: "Toga Praesidisf' by Mathcuss Bathtub Problemicuss. z, 57' A Yiolint Schoch to a Chemical Ion. - Inaugural Distress by Praises Taylor, COS. Z. X-tett "XVe 're Glad He 's Thru." ll io : oo P. M.eReport of Committees. 6 T X 9 Installation of Vice-Pressed Cochran by Suetonius Sue-Tong. ,151 J I Installation of EasyeEducator Rall by Beady Tarlton. ' - Song: "Two Wilber Youngs Machine." 2 :oo A. M.4Conferring of Ornery Degrees. I 1, CCandidates will be presented by the Athletic Chum.j ff ORNERY DEGREES. 1 -1 X9 VV. Sutton, P.D.Q. CP. D. Queries.j School marm. Arkansaw Traveler on a full course ' basis. Author of "The Fatherless Bookg or, The Adopted Arithmetic." W. L. Bray, Q.C.B. CQueer-Cuss Brayi.j Author of "Prairie Eorestsuand "How to Milk M' the Milk Weed." I, LX . E. D. Shurter, H.K.H. tHe Knowed Hughes.j Gesticulationist. Eminent Promoter of Af NX' Silence, and author of "Unquotable Speeches of Obscure Men." 1. ' 1, M. Callaway, VVWV. CWicked VVight.j PasteGrand Master of Punctuation Points. Author ' of the couplet, ' X "Every comma in its place Gives the sentence strength and grace." W NX, R. A. Law, K.P.B. Clinight Protector of the BA4r.j Graminarian and Philanthropist. "A Lf ,, Tender Heart is Nature's Greatest Gift, or, English is E-asy, but Not A-isy." W. XVillianis, P.G. fPolite to Girls.j Cardatfllogist. Knows the alphabet as far as F. T. H. Montgomery, LL.D. CDacldy Long-Legs.j Eminent Spider-Ologist. Author of V ll "Disinheritedg an Imitation of Marie Corelli," and "How to Kill the English Sparrow." Pub- 'lgjfw lished by the Carnegie Peace Fund. A N G. P. Garrison, C.C.Y. CChaser of Cabeza de Vaca.j Historian and FactaTwister. Author of the Theorem, "Whatever is true in history is uninteresting, and whatever is interest- ,v ing is untrue"3 also of "Unciyil Misgoyernment in Texas," and "The Lion and the ' ' i Lainbg or, The Saxon and the Peon." Q U 'ffl Ugg A. C. Ellis, S.S.A. lDegree not to be spelled backward.l fSimple Sell-Activ1ty.j Traveler. lv' P N Authority on Berlin, dolls, and pacitiers. Author of "How to Teach Down School ' 'i' Buildings." ' fi! F. XV. Simonds, A.A. CArk of Ages.j Illustrious Quizzer and Promoter of Note Books. Custo- QM dian of the Deathless Past. Author of "How Many Grains of Floating Sand Make a , Heap" and "The Entombed Insect, or, The Bug in the Butter." If X' W. S. Simkins, W.A.W. CWild and Woolly.j Author of "How to Break aContract," "Equity " 9 in a Garden Hose," and "How to Swear in Episcopalesef' Sometimes the decisions of a court are right. A great jurist and hair mattress combined. 4, K l Q . 324 ,dvi :X ' , -. A bg! x B Q i R r A ,fgzijj . 'Q if .-. X llf' J "' Gif'-5 bf' iw C-. 1' 2 " Ninn. " 1i -- rfQA f C xml GN 1 lbfillajtl dfizli I 'l 'ir ..1Z.f'!X ' if " 1 'X T 'im 1 '. M '. XX' .A 1-1 v .f ' als, 'Pm ll 45 gag' - . X . . -X X I "ir ' LSQ L: .5 . X fi'?, LX 3 X f 'K ,- 'WCW' M " 'Wi A' fffiiifi-XFX f at Xb? -if bf' .412 X .ff be A2 ' Us of ' X' W 'J Y - ': 'H -avi: VOL. 14, cAc'rus. 1907. it -- - E13 f 4 'Y f ,5 .ff .K il: ' ' if iiga wfimsi . T ZW Il l l L' ' f ff 5 ps ' A N JK O up '- Y-9" , . , - 'I W,-.X G91 .TW is-5 X its X . L T gg fl: .ggwgxgtx ' ff 1 X, XX JD 9' 2. ffbqtfr my N : ,,, U3 399 4: fd: C ikfii'-X 5" 3 l A A oi M ...fesgs ' f l' .' .AQLQQJM f 1,f:fff.s-Cf5fil..5 , N 749i4P?f2L ?x' --f9u'A" f'2,f,,g:,,,g---fl mf: Q N 'A ffm' irony:-rf F-'Eftr Q. ide.:-,Q' A X 4 1 x v -4 rsasa - v 1 fs HMI f Q , REPORT OF THE 1+AcULTx LOMMIFIILIL on DELINQULTNT Wifi? 1 R. STUDENTS. X. . f ' Q "l ' , E. j. Villayaso, for boisterous hilarity in the class-room, has been given "li" in G FI f the subject. . f 7 . ' . . . - f ... ' J ' X ' john C. Townes and Morgan Calloway, for vvilllul and continued absence trom 'T ' 'P their courses in billiards, pool, and checkers, have been placed on probation. Q' 'Q D. F. Houston, by taking bottle pool, which is a Freshman course, in his J Senior year, IS disqualified for graduation. X if D. A. Penick, for persistent irregular attendance, has been dropped from p A-lil N 1 X: T Chapel. 5 X ' ,V X G. A. Endress has busted in Architecture. LQ I T . S. E. Mezes, upon proof that he takes "TU internally when not entitled to it . xv, A Il' p externally, has been censured by the Athletic Council, A. Ek M. concurring. l ,W T, W. J. Battle has been notified to use more clothing on the fourth iioor, the . V V X 1' 1 place being verv conspicuous P L Windsor for not card cataloguinff his woodpile and fence posts has been given F in Bibhoffraphy fr-I N l X -fs K I W X W - ' . . . . 3? ,,,, .l . H H l , l . - v - 6 i - , L ,lx .4 . O ' . " 3, J, l 131 tf 4 3 it fr i r: LX x . X I: 1 f 1 f ,, C . ff x X Q L E ,i Sf J i 2 , R 3 N ini ' . NX - x f , X A fi- i is .WZ gp 'J I x 1- l if.. V ' K .. 21 LIZ., f . X,,, fa ' 1 X X' bs ff 'ii N X X5 - T . z " A f f 3 X I NNI X lui X ri X Vik X A T Lf' . . of or'--s at 1m . . . X W 325 :7 J A I . '-s . ' I .. .A I -S . . Y r 'ig . A :Q 5. I Y . ' A . 9 . , U " ' i 'Q , ' - " J' f ' f 1' I 1 " ' ' in X ' lg?-L: X 'Fil Y! J MXN " . ..-VLFV-CX. If - A. Jai Y. ,mi M252 . ff ip- 4 i 'WX' XX' nfl.. X5 Dx im lone LEcs if f 735 fifiljp ft id , i f ev iw 't 4 in fav- - N F 1 - X mx XX 5 y X 5 - Ks 5 X J Q 'ff 'Ni - 9 'X '71 X fx ' fs A 'T '2 ff '-x Q: WK. 0 'ff - X if es .o W 411 ' x p p voL. 14. CACTUS. 1907.. "N ff .-X is i W , 'll , I G stands for Griffith, the Sage, Lg T 'N Xl MSM tg Who surely should be on the stageg f 'K F' '53 X, ii "Please never come late"- pi A 3 ' ff 18217 X The distinguishing trait f X k 5'1" In this man of the classical age. 1 W lj It f xg W 'AI P I 1 '. ly- I x x i, ' .7 -, , ,.. . 34 .Ka KS X31 NN W R lim gl ilf Ki I may I 4 f ll? 5 ml, l ll 'M 3 . L ' ixfiii iii i . fe Nl stands for Mezes, the dean, LN il' if 5 gffii' Whose office we 've all perhaps seen K, , , S9 l f, ll!" I 0 ax t 1: t AX I - 1 K Sl lg A ur plus otpapn Q C' i sA'el - - But t e reason is p ain, ' -fmilm, 'Y Maid . A He 's possessed of a "Psyehieal spleen." 5 F G ff! ' f'f'A- M ' ' X W ,L A WHY Nor? f J A Su9oEs'r1oN To DR. BRAY. . HIS FAMILY TREE. ' -ze If ml! Nothing ' f ' 'XA Q, ' YA X9 ' X ' Protoplasm X 'K f . , P P t' i X ' ' is J E R 9' ro isa Y 'fa xg S meg? 1 ,I Q. pl it X Q35-fl. , lilly? jf 535516 rp ls N. Protozoa .i'f,I3-W' I 4 404 p5 X 1, Q -T WWW . w 539 x ll E A X B .I 'Q X pq 5 K B R-Skk.: W, jelly-Fish A ' li X 3 I S 'il , 1 4, W If L X K ,jf 5 2 Flat-Worm 5 5 I Te-' H lj If u ,fl Z x Earth-Worm 's ' 'M QD L' Y 5,1- li ,i i Q ,if .ng E61 .M 7 il .' ual af' F is lb? gs' Crane V English Snap-Shots. Q' ff l QT A x C. ff Dry as a biscuit, busy as a bee, PL ' 'lm C Nobody worked us as hard as he. g-ff if It is not Campbell or Law or Hill. lf' 9 The Freshmen sav "It is Baskervillef, is "' Dr. Montgomery ' 2 4, Q 3:56 " 3 'G ' 7 1 E if :5'.".v 5 ' .tg .,,f"1xg? . .1 'sf G 1- N N , , . ,f fl ' Wifi," W . 47, if Q fm l uw, f if . " ,ml 'X .f..1"' Iv ., . 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The first moans the dav That his hair shed await Q . c V The latter don't "cut" his at V DUN IN oFF1e1AL FoRM au' S' E llltacs uzttzsz DEAR SIR The manager reports you for neglect of pax ment of ltuzn subscription Please Gut attention to this matter and dXO1d further trouble to yourself and the ofhce Veiv trulx xours F L RXMSDEII Lolltctm he ta I am not revistered 'or Thr Twrtzn I tried to do so both last vear and this, but was unsuccessful, much to fl amusement M x l 'hd S E Mares ,qs PAUL 7306115 sees HIMISIILF AS oTH:R'S S551-HM 2 ,jp ,KW 1.895 X Tl wg l I I Id ,CA II I I I ' I Dr I . I ,I 2 1 , - a if . f r V. . . . x 4 4. i A. I Vi . - V ,V I . If . V i f tllxtd ' Jil , A ': III v II, IIQJIIII ul ' the detriment of my education and I:1 ,I d 3 f I I 4. I ,I I,1II If AH IWII I XII I , ,SIL Iii g 3 7 5 . 1-N ,..A . 0 'za if Nx NJ ' Q23 -A Q? .1 2 " 'I 23' ,I N IX N f I I .Gil I 1 I: I MK II I ' I, I I I If Nl! BV? . V- fx-. ffl . 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My 1' 1 ,i!l5'kH3flP12'fl S,,01'Ql lik!-JQXQII il l iiwxl 1 X ' -A .... - - '- "' I ' 1 l l l 1 1 x' 1 'X l 4 'Sl lvl I l I 1 V 1 lif1'iEw,5QgiL.1 if- I le 1 I I I r 1 l I flu li,-Life!!! . 1 Xxx.-. -1- C .3 , 1 1 1 r ll y y .5,T,.,4.-I .X ii l l i i 1 i ' I il l f l I ' o f N .,,-U , 1 X ' " t f. '1 WM fc. LE I' N demand ll. l lm 'l " l 1 l is l , i ff , ' THE Btow THAT KILLEDRATHER 'Q .n I - X X Q cAc'r u s. 1907- lVl1nt is the biggest puhlical lral in school? The P. E. c's XVlw is thc Patton Saint of llie P. E. CB? ADRIAN POOL Who runs B. Hall? The E- C'S Win-'s running Roy Rather Im Flnal Bull Pres. P' C's I - - Whru docs P. E C. really mean? N 1 00L'S LEIITIUN LU B What Offices do the P. E. C's hold? f I Venner Patterson, P. E. C. ls Presldent of B. Hull. W. W. Wllson, P. E. C.. was tormer President. Jack Stanage, P. E. C., was asslslant mgr. ol Tcxnn. B. Hall Committee. Students Councll, Polltlcal boss of Englneers. 0. H. Flnley P. E. C., mgr ol Nlagazlnc IOO6. K. C. Mlller. P. E. C., Mgr. of Magazlne l006'7, Pres: Jr. Law, P. E. C. Candldate for Pres. ol Law De- partment. I T. L, Tlpton. P. E. C.. Pres. Sr. Law. promlnenl- ly mentioned for Barb. Pres of Flnal Reception. Who is manager ol Olce Club? Roy Rather. P. E.C. Who is Pres. of Sr. Class? Roy Rather, P. E. C. NVho Is Mnnnger of Foot Ball Team W07? Roy Rnlher P. E. C. . Who wants to be President of Flnal B1-nr Roy fi Rather. J Vnlr: for Roy Rather. Boss Pool and his P. E. C's. 1 Zilfoolgsgl 5'F?lt1?S fellow llaflfiflllifiiglcll' The Phi Deltas had a little dog 101161 pol lm muon It C XL L I That brouvht the1n all lllllCl'l laufrhter But no ' 111 Sgt S 1 ' A C - "' ' I7 lislflt UM' l+or evervwhere the doggie went -iewzui gg is tl e H E ' - M - . ' lhe Ph1Delt'1s lrotted alter. I'eels muehly abused, the poor wretelll L K 1-183-506-lvnr llol INDIVIDUAL ENROLLMENT CARD 1. Do not allow any person in your class unless you have rereived his enrollment card. 2. Make your Term Report on this card and leave in the Keg1strar's office :within Ifwo dayx after examinaiion. 'l'11E I51.E11ExTs OF Ctnulox SENSEQ GRADE PRUBABLE CAUSE UFEIB OR F's I . . 5 Poor Ability lffilliarae Wilson j or, How To ANSWER Ql'Es1'1oNs. ny Mr. Common Sense Bell. Annotated profusely by Hon. Digest Peterson, of private corporation lame. 9 FALL TERM T Poor Preparation :mmm I Neglect Library SC 19119 J Poor Kbiliry e 1 WOURSE . . INTER TERM l Poor Preparanu.. 0 r Neglect Poor Ability - CTDAQ R0LLMEQq',fj ' SPRING TERM i- 4 Poor Preparation 'K - kb! ' , lNeglect 5. W . CHECK CAUSE A I never led Z1 Final Bull, I never hope to lead one: Hut I can tell you, once for all, I 'd Rfztlzrr like to lead one. lvlvllll apologies to the author of "The Purple r'i' .128 C0w."l ,Rvws J A 1 1 t J I 1 I ll 0 fats Jiffy! Q , J? Af in - Q V f 1 J ,i , 25 1 l' YD . . . , f LM if -1 . fgly rr f , greg, Z? 1 If 1 fi fbi ll or fwliil ,WN fe 3, 15 at R re tri it A Q... '-free 'fr X9 'N FSR. EQ 5 af' 1. 'b '.x f- VOL' 14. cAc'rus. 1907. N 1' 1 -..W -V - 4 - -- 7--vi r A fr' A 5 was wx ONE OF THE CHARTER MEMBERS oE . J 4 ' 1 4 "isf"f?' X- X THE P. E. C.'s. ff Y r A q,ff.1h3- if sa riff s-. A . AMONG THE MEN OF THE PLEISTOCENE - viii? ' .ln i If P Q . , 'X . J J . 'M AND MIOCENE PERIODS, P. cfs T , ' A' M. . r 4 WERE VERY POPULAR. :R A X . This composite sketch is the reconstruction of W' it X Y numerous fossils and remains of prehistoric man, found y ff . 4 5 A "T in Shoal Creek, Europe and Asia, and is believed by the 4.5. A 5 gf- x most profound investigators to be the only authentic Q3 Q A g g',,,Rg. fy. . X troglodyte in existence. ' g A 1 'Nb E A A F. 'X li. 1. , Xb . . . , . . . -ll'DGE SIMKINS 5111 Ilze Izqnzlgx' C ltzxvlz 'tliqulty is not like a garden hose. l,,'l-FJ? It is like a riparoaring, snorting, bellowing flreaengine, burning the breeze clown -T lr! the street to the Temple of -lustice to quench the fires of litigation and extinguish PM ' ,X f the flames of human strife." 39 S. W. 23. 'gfyx , axe Nix 4 ' ' ' . vi Trl' tim- nn Your Pziarwx g"'l. X- llhaire omce waise are maiedene naiemed Maie, ,' - 5 -1 ' VVhoe spelte herre naieme inne herre ownie waie. A Q' . ' Tedde Roosevelte she '11 spurne lf' 'P .ls To the lasteg butte toe learne , HZ Toe spelle Maie ".lfu,1f" maiebe May maie! M Q XX' -l 1' g -4 1 F? w N .nr ,J. all Y :E n H li v ' H , E' V ' 1' A WX V ii V 1 I ff' W '1 -'I N' ," I I, , " , Y T X K K I ?,. A uv A 7, .lf01'T0f PflllllH1'l1I'f' f f t'1f'77 W 'f"'L" tilt "' 'I x con' 0FAR.M1S'.' Q ' f:?E5x1ma71 CXGSSXOIZ7 X-Q 1' IR,-,t fn-rj: fjmf I . 1 14.11 lffiw cu 1 ll Olll' fffrff. 0117 .5 L, mj,.7,,i,y ,5 Nfl nnhulfy llll!lll7l'I' err! .'F70f7fif'-'f 1471 ' frvffvfj I if GA ly ' i -1 J gi There is a young gallant named Rungeg A is Miss Andrews, they sayg , I A thrice-rendered love-lyric sung he She teaches you Deutsch every dayg ' U To maidens quite three, When a Freshman so young M ii ' A - Who compared notes, you seep VVas twisting his tongue, Qff9"4'iX . Thereafter a sham-ed face hung he. She asked, "Are you trying to bray?" lat "Q k 'X x , I ! X 2 , 329 2 - 1 ' 3 Q 3, A . f ' ,aigsf 1 few' -. . 741 5 V 'F-V I' 1 ff . 5. 'A - W ,ixf 1' I .il wry' 6 bl K, sQfEklf ft I V5 Wi Arm W.. - 21? .- dx. i will W Cngfllf lf f'i.,f4xl f'7QZf'Rf.'Qr!-4"'l'X-. 1 Q Q 5' 35? 53 V"1'5'f? ' Eff' 'Y yiff' , 5455 1 F . 4155, QQ i1-3655 3.1 . .1 11 irgbxf Missa i 0 'Id X A X as kg h is V D . Ri von.. 14. CACTUS. 1g07. . .1 1' I i X? 1. 1',.'.1 --mi W A r 1541 -of ?Z4J H 15 iv rx Q1 54 D f f 4 M.-c...x lx A 1 Q W f 4 'Z B 1 4, N " G I 1 w 1' 1, l 566 ' . 1 X wil 1 lf? .XJ 1 Q9 9 x K7 1 ! Y " ,-ik. .- x 11140 X 0 1 AQ' X - l W 3 1 1 1-1 x I ix if 1191 . .gyjnp 1 A x c. 4 1 WAR 11 X - "' -,. M 1 xr 5 ,ui X A 1p Li,.- 1 .11, Env!-100,57 QB A a.f.1.1,1 rnasmf l 1111-'L'Ct'i'J7, l ' 1'111111'1'11, l ' 1'1I1'-1111111111-1111114111 9511, X X N 11 111111111' 1111 C, 11C 111111110 pax 1 X 4? 151 11 111111110 1111 E 611 P1115 1111 R' 1"1'1',v111111111, F1'1'11c1111z1111, llc 1111 Slllif fins. iYI.11Y1f 11111 l'1'11111'11, 7311111 'l'l11I! 'l't11L., 1111 Bg D. PROF. Scnocn DIRIZCTING THE 'VARSITY BAND. XVANTED.-T0 know why a plumbebob is not used on a level. Please address all communications to Freshman McDowell. "The passing of the railroad." Mr. Railroad Smith passes from the Uni- versity. F1111 XKIUNIANVS BUILDING FRESHNIEN. Ofiall iS.1diXVOl'ClS of tongue or pen, The saddest are these: "Be in at ten." l,11s'1'.eev-One course in El'1gllSl1-I. Return to Alfred Petszch, B. Hall. Transom parties are growing very popular at the VVoman's Building. This, however, is not to be wondered at, as they are very democratic affairs, Barbs and Frats being admitted on equal terms. To one who has never attended one of these important functions the experience is Very thrilling. The party is generally held in a room with a high transom. Any person is extended a most hearty wel- come who can effect an entrance '2'l'll the transom, hence the name "transom party." A successful attendance at one party excuses the guest from gymnasium work the remainder of the year. No one, as yet, has been able to secure definite information concerning these celebrationsg consequently we cannot offer a de- scription. 330 3 V M . 1' A - Q '52 ii 95.127- 1 ' N ' 1 J 1' ' f'-1 -fri? 1. f' " 112- Afw 1 V51 11V 9 'Q' WV' MJIQ WQZQ1' 11fJX: 0 . 1 ' fe 2 Sf .' ,fffN' 1K X 19 K ff X X rN' ff! K ffbw AOS 2 Q1 3 ,QQ o 2,-zz-5. .Q -- K A ,SQ 5 . J.. Y-VZ E Y - -AMW' My . VJQELSSN Q if ' 45 -11 Q 5-f'm?3 , N . jfjyfgx , x X , XX x l u O X I , .. fx ,X fx l ' lx, X , ,lx x ' ' is 4 ' 1,5 XX sf 'X ' " "T N " rv '- 'N V -X m qv . ucv A: is ga x MS' vol.. 14. cAcTus. 1QQ7. . 'u- fi" ll gr' ovsl I-if-rj1"fi? " ' Irs' H w' L .. K . r. N nv' S , IW I? Q: ax xg, X x I1 f5 COVPFIDENTIALLY ' . ANNOUNCED THAT THl5I5THE cosrumf uv wH1cH ms Honore wsu J - FIGURE IN THE NEXT !vAR51Trcnzcu5 , lgljfk PRESENTING H15 mmous ATTI' X N ' I 4 Tuuf IN H15 worm-zagwawugp - vAuDLVlLlf SPLCMUY ENTATLEU3 , ll ll ' NOT YETBUT SOON OR O . " THE Asfmliowfn Maw- suffer" , I J Q lu THIS -1:1 His www ww CLfAlf'lY17fMM4 Vu, X Simi ww MMV 5 B 'Z UNE EVEN 'r X f A Wrsfrr MAN 1 Q-,-wav MAVAPKHIEIF A F 5 HE wuz olvzr UHUZE ,XX1 A mmf Dfsfffmw V' V 'A MAYOR SHFLLEY M obvjeafs MAKEUP 'FO NIGHTSHIRTS A buf haf' To 1 CHDFUEY fy! F-:avi I . fi fm. Wg. 'E'H"-JM--fax! MFE' '-'Tfix A-1- sr' I' I 9 isf Ayenv N crm! 2 D N :C U nlwfklf I, . 'WO "WU ki DOLL V 'hmm Y , rN, aff-fi V?-'-an 51 .glial--rv .... - VVVV-V321 ti, use- V N' g k I UPU 8 la Mude. -"Ls-1 the punishment lit ihe crime." NO. 2.-THE PHONOGRAPH FIEND. WHEN EDWIN WALLER GETS HIS, x VV . " . ..Y. K EA 2.5: b, . . ' ' -c1"f?41-df--1" LT?-Iff?vffM-'N .fwla'.,:' . -. -V, J,- . .. -...,fzg,,s,,f.L.'k H fTT3fC"3"': -f-f'fE9g...fi.Z.-YV ' '- ,j-, 1' . rv- . .V .. -. V - ,. . A f fi 5.-+P, H M 7 , y V ,, 1 I fu 3 1. .tl D, QP 'xiffi-:UV. IN, . 5 . , -5 gzfggg . V.,'., .k.:'i.f 1 Y - 14'-1 V. , . .i.f.x.f:-5'-',-tz?.ff:S',ff .' 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'S X1 g lVl1y, just what an expert of slotemachine fame ff! e XVould do when a case like the present one came. Q. - M r- . . . . 1 ' , He installed lnm a heating-plant, slot-machine Adj Wiki le, 'illwls Cluzulfo-1.14 ' g ' W style, ifllxgfy f' UAL ' X lVith a hole to drop quarters in once in a while. V 6 F X5 J ami, Qtr, 2.024 . V f If You dropped in a quarter, then on came the gas, if V, fi And Huffhie got warm. But it soon came to ,flinfl fftif M XN3 ' Cf? pawn 6 " ' WVSNN fin i V ? That the quarters went faster than ever thev ll- f l N .1 f . Q e a, , v ,ml l 3:1 ,. -. Q ref g f gg 'g came, D a . ' pl And Hughie decided to vary the game. l- f L X dv So into the slot, as the weather required, dv .p QBQL - UM" 3 giw Hnghie dropped pasteboard quarters, until it W -new is ' .1 f W vw . x I '1 M expirec Q Q We fgwmiiwsua E nm ,it 'tl p tl 1 1 th f ,il N 1 sly ia IC wewi or ie .is enoztrc was ess an M X9 fig' I the metal, l 5 ji r A Q! 6 So two or three quarters were dropped in to settle. ,lj ,G ig gi I ifv"" "Quite a scheme to save money!" the brilliant l L: 513 Eli vouth cried, wr - H 5 'A ,izf ' . Aft" lx, C Ya Q izjf-:gig And as pasteooard was cheap, quarters soon A ,t 4 Tp Q Sflaftfiv in s,,,UlL,..,1l -Iliff? multiplied. f xii Then awav for the holidavs Hughie goes home, S u , . ' . V . ' lg 'UA-J' I 4,fW gg And tis while he is gone that the meter-men 0 'iff ,ff " K come, I'md the quarters of pastebolrd, accept the ac- fdv ' count, .1 ,I fs , And send Hugh a bill for the total amount. L L' f,,,.? 3 There were quarters of pasteboard twice over ul 51 i Q the sum l JQfQ fff i Tliat in genuine coin would have heated the A limi r Xl. room. I 'X' Q 1 ' . Potter paid up the piper, but never again W " we - l Wk lmlvl NVill he meddle with meters or muddle the main. jo X ' ,5!" ' dw teal Cillasts lc . . 'A Kal ff il . 1 ,, . lil 77,2 3 ",l,l"'l, lhe 98o,765th rule has just been adopted 'gf , X ' ' ',,'fq'j at the Womans Building. No one has vet been gil ' ,V -41 able to discover what it is, although an efii- "' '- fif 1,2 ' cient detective force has been at work for some 'ffl A i 'K time. - will if' ZJ li gtg -Q lqi t 1,08 l X 2,--1 . A I rl .n it ,fi 5 1 di i, 1' 332 I7 Ai .7 - - 251 P 5 A I? 0 5. P .1 - Q. . -T xhf' .C ,H 0. . A A , . fQk,,, K, fgyg' N 'viii lf la 47 iii ' 'W' ff f-rw it ' ' sem. ' - ' N X 1 f I ' ' f ff! wt' - ' X. . ' 41 1 'I .fp J X' -'F-Jr ? ogg I I 4154 K T., BARBS! DON'T BE DELUDED! This is not a BARB-FRAI fight, but :1 fight against Pool, P. E. C's. and B. Hall Politicians. STONE solicits your vote on mer it tle was put out by a caucus in which BARISS predominated: and is supported by representative students both BA R155 and FI-ZATS in common CHLISC. A vote for Rather is a vote ter BOSSISNI Vote for HUGH STONE. vo'rE FOR JUHN I. SHEPPAIIIJ The Democratic Independent Candidate for President of the Final Ball. Neither supported nor controlled by any Students. Are you right In principle? Enquire by reading and thinking of 'History and llurrent Events" QUESTION: Who wus lt that only last yur trled to rent the Drlsklll lor other purposes than the Flnal Ball: thereby rulnlng ll.. lust to sntlsly I personal grudge? ANSWER. A Bea. QUESTION: Who was It thlt lrled to rent lt recently :nd luve 1 FRAT DANCE onthe nlghl belnre th Flnnl Ball ? ANSWER: A deta- BARBS do FRAT NIEN WILL YOU STAND FOR IT? Boss or CLIQUE. ' . . 4 H -vt' " '12, Y 4 fr.. U I i. vi G, Q 5 0 , 1 "4f'?'? O 'F 1 x nf, .N ,.. 0 l f-' Si J.: Q P . . 5 1 1 X xg -f X 3 .. I vf x . . X . 1 l. x - ' L 'ik i l l x. , Q' H? H F Edlgi 1 E495 37. MR We f A it E A i X l , x t Ak u. X C ' X IAP, A, Q t- N K Ilfifqf 'M ,7 LX I ", a In YH jtqlf 112,25 X9 xX nay. X gg El, Ax ,, wa, M 00, , N xxx! . ' 'sk i VOL. 14. CACTUS. 19.07. A. ff. e Reef no B ' ,ut Aff qi Qur Advertisers by 4 4-5 E " ,V g A RARE oPPoR'rUNiTY 'U ,S i Y f ,X li Increase your library. OUR il' we- cyl lt -HOW to Butt into CLASSIC PRODUCTIONS 5551 ii I x Owl ' ' ' vv i QOHQUL Organ'ZaUOnS' DR12ssx' AND FANCY. Q31. Ei-' Being the thrilling story of how Wilsoli as 4 fy' ll Williams, President of the Texas Sus- Y Y Q4 4 S ' pender Factory, gained membership in IXOLLEGE lXLUlHlLS Lf? it the M275 " Club," with piquant sketches gggg 5: of high nuance. ff il lfv . . I . IQ, O, -li xx Bound in a heavy turi color, izmo. 11111191159 'inane' ,f:.'fm? Illustrated by Angus Wvnne. my a B .lm ' ' 9 i7 W , lsr, Pat Breen, Agent. H O M B R A lx O VV E i jfdyxt-, V , r , U ' ie i John Lapriue' mlb Abent' General Agent. 2308 Rio Grande. Onlsale at CoeOp. at reduced rates. if 9 i ' YA if 'g X i FANCY NECKWEAR .3 , N E PERIGRINOOS f it W .W Nl BARBER sHoP NOBBY 15 X it -A , UP-TO-DATE 'if 3 -ij Av will , STY ISI-I J " as VV. S. SIMKINS, Tonsorial Artist. L I M i ALL coLoRs .f fggs --- t .J ALL SHAPES 5 lf All cuts given immediate attention. if rxivfg Season tickets OH Sale at Deans Omcc' Spring, winter, fall, and summer weight. KK H allowing ten cuts in each course .3 at reduced rates. RUST NECKTIE CQ, 'XE Close shaves guaranteed in all topics. 23 Collar AVC. E, li if ,DX fy l A Be, ln 1 bfi? . QQ, w 5 v gt A ' j ,. I , .T '.- K A A fm X06 ,lil i A f . C 1 3 "' f K K ' V. lv 'H 'M 9 X X 1' . if Er? ,wil fer' tfifint rf fail ffm file'-Xi r . ' '- , ' a , .1 '. T" , f" ' ' Q f NJ -v 24,23 ffjgt - ' ' 'gy ""?E I AN I A tx Ma. If I W 1 gig. a JQJJX: If 1 Jw fx wafer! ,C x, pf 'if ffga'-'N ZffX ,bi f qi von.. 14. cAcTus. 1901 f I, 'i"E TTRT E me awp- f fr , . ff 'wi' 5 xx 1 I .fs . o i it u"5 ' o"'A PAT " I T - fr' A 5 . L I .2221 1. fa "' "k 1 Lf?-SUN V DUQNGS LEUUR ' W ITH I to of Writ p w ill El lt-all .Yi fi MEI ' ' . ilie " ' -e 5, . O2 ,f ,e.ff. , 1. A . r xx Lg '--,Q 5-.,.1-,gf' TE:-ff V ig l s ff A1 . Qur Book Department. ,A . 1 , I LIFE'5 BURIJENS. R. R. Smith. A heart-rending appeal to popular sentiment. C This stirring tale relates the struggles of the young author for fame, also how my he attained his remarkable success. ,fxiay YEARS oF XVAITING. VV. E. Gieson. An excellent work, treating the profound 3 subject of "Patience" This book is well bound, and will be an excellent W . handabook for Freshman Engineers. Q Nota.-The title of this book was originally "How I Obtained My C. E. X Degree"g but as that was so lengthy, Mr. Gieson, at the advice of the publishers, .V , ii selected the above. I Lx: .,. QNLY A CHESTNUT BLossoMg or, I CANNOT SPRING THE OLD JOKE Now. Under f this title the unknown author has collected a number of extremely witty , naar R and humorous articles by such well-known humorists as Herr Primer, Dr. 1' l y 3, " X Simmonds, G. G. Chance, and others. The Qooth edition will soon be on the ,I K, ,P - hands of the book-sellers. 59 PATE PHYSICS, HAIR EXTERMINANTSQ or, How I CHEAT THE BARBER. W. T. ' Mather, Ph.D. The publishers wish to express here their delight in obtaining Mil, A this valuable text-book. The style is so beautiful and the language so an- If ,A gelic that even a gentleman cannot help but blush at its innocency. 'S E ME AND DIY DoINGs. B. Y. Burgher. A companion book to the author's former 1. Work, "I 'm It," and written in the same inimitable style. The author and -gat the subject are inseparable, and the reader is impressed with the accomplish- , f ments of this truly Great man. " 1' X' Two CFNTI'RIFs is Ii:e?rL'RI'R C D Rice The writer has at last consented to .'4 ' QI. it IL. . l . . I K give to the public the secret of his success In holding the attention of his 1 gb gi " auditors. It is impossible to appreciate his abilities as a lecturer until you '- have read it. The work is invaluable to students of mathematics. I. I' -5 QV 0? 4 .AJR A5 I . f f '- ,fi fl y ADRIAN Pom - HIS sfo .oi 71 I X - i i i i ' Iii . H , , . sl .51 ww. ' .r C.w,,7z1'F Jr- iq eqpj , :HW .25 -.I 'W' gf? A .W St iq, 152312552753 li Ig, ggi, J ' Z4 . ., Wg! ,,f . I ,f,f' fff A f 'gif "" Iii' li A My .1 qigiyjh ui.: X ' Ay., f-, ' J H S.,-...,q" V ' The OSTUCP1' ,Ig-s Said, when pursued bursts ITS F ' X head in the sand under the delusion Tbaf It 3' HT. , ' ho- qn O5iYlCiN? x Is. when, l-sudden from fig li A vv 1 1 is tx t + . I , T xi 2 NT , R fn K , ,t 3 up I 0 T- fgjgxigv' QW 'u??S"K '25 X hiv' X X Ev N .za ' . Q 1 1 ll 1 r l1 X 1 X r : fs A QZTQSQN " rs L1 , we 1 '1 ,ff " in ,QSM 'WN gl W r X U X - ll 1' i i I 'ix K S .. 1 QW' 'W he 49 X 'riff' X at A1 ' N' 0 f 1 ' ' X , fs 1 von.. 14. cAc1'us. 1907. 1 l ' f , , l -X M 1 3 IJ 3 . NX' I - 11 , Q7 744,-f 5 ,M-nf sf x M vt- ff , l as 'H 4-f ' ' 21 .1 , ff! 1 ' , gi Nb -5 I i Ml l A ' . W I ' .Qi I, , ' ' 1 I v 1 F ACM , 2- 2 X t rdf! V Ad Jef' X55 . .., t , . 1 J 5 ,L-5 n 1 1" ' fx 11 1- 1 -I it Xe, 11215: Y 1 4 ' A laik: :E .- i N ' 5,11 . zoq? , l 4-f gr -f f fl " 111 ll li tiff, Mine mamma galls me "Chonnie," ,QQ -1-Qje fir :igfy 1 Und dot 's chust vot I likest W? ' 'A' TE- -l :-fufif - Q E E Z" . I ' 1 ' M' V t lls "Y h 1 Wi, , llliiaur Iabiligailioslgutimesl riights, Stockard writes home tl1at he f x 'E .1 Zister galls me "Mine brudefj' is talcmg Iiwie coursesiOne 111 Math, , MM A- X ' 'Cause I always bulls her locks, one ln Enghshr and THREE IN GER- 7 , ' -' 'Q But der 's von ding vat don't zuits me- MAN' Q, ,P ! Der vellers galls me 'fZox." LX : There once was a teacher of French, Dr, Simondsz assistant 's a jokeg I 1. ll XA if Xu Whose neek must have suffered a wrench. All he does is to Ogle and Smoke. ' P He Win UQVQY unbensi He stands in the hall S I 1 Even to SP?ak to 3 fflend With his Arkansas drawl. ' X 1 Wh 1 1' lc D F 11 - gf-EY 0 15 H0 C1 mg ago Of WUC ' And the students all fun at hun poke. N' rl ' x 4 1 - 1 f' . W is Wukie the fum, 1 B1 'l 7 29 Who does anv Vmnastic stuntf l 1 , g. 'X f ' Q ll il N N Q 4 - M A Ap VVorks like an adult, l f X X hx l" rf-Q But to get a result If Q' I x l Qmul He must be perm1tted to grunt. ' ' ElTI'- - Missy, , i J" H - 21" 55-1 'gl 'Q H 'YZF ffm 5- - 1 Z - V V' g iq 4 5 JM ,Ji -1 ,i s- 1 Baby Routh Aft, 1 1 . ' X f eijg ,7 ij1l!f' Is cutting a tooth, '91 kk 5. ' 4j?QQ'7QffRxitji1 VVhich makes his work 215 ,J A . - f?"'14fi.2if,vf'L r Humdrum. ' V11 l3ut We 'll give him a rattle . lf 1,,,,,.o,., .1.1,a...,.n.,.,.1,1.1 .,f11,w Fo quiet his prattle. W, 'f I Oh, isn't he sweet! W ix J J Y Y 1 PM f 4 9 um- um. 412 bi , 'N 1 I ,Q r -1 1 "' ' N 11 ' AAD - XL A I1 K ' 0 ,Q A f -Q , N 4 - .ef Qty. 1 K' x X 1 Ae' 1 .rrff ,af rx 'IT Y - SQ x E NA 'X i .JI 1 6 I, 'Y I ifgflmfil : .f 1 11" ' by - 1 A ' h JDJ' X 131-5 -W2 .vu . ' 155514 X if ' my ' up Q. 4 o.,f -fi A 0 LLQ-9 H? -- ,A , 1... F ',. n ' Via? Mix 5 as ilk Ms' o- fag' e' - " A as as T T if lei' J f sys , K n X 1.1 , ,- p I ,L R - - ,H I 'I' K 5141 tr' iff 'Rip 'fp 'Kg 1,6 x ,A uv, - -XS 'flaw 'I 1- . 1, -N - Li-'Hi' ivan 9 M X KV X ez fa X - f ' fy lm? vol.. 14. cAcTus. 1907 , W fwif l 'Tb I pg R -XJL , fe? . Ig ' l-Ji aa , A "Teach me to number mv da s and 3' f Qm- f"NF":u1-"' "H-r"l - - - Y A li ., O,-,,Wi.,.,,,3f ,fi I to apply mv faltering mind to studV."- .4 Gi .1 Ji Q ,I 1 - , , I- ' . :J ff ggj lM'?:.,'1-vwl,,5:p,.,fIff'f, 4 , . Clwlff fx L'l17C:l'. T' N9 f if -""f"'7 .. f - ., . gi A 'Q , 5555593 A l. I V' fllll'-Vftlf Tlwrntmz Cconsohnglyl: gi 'K ' H 'Wine has drowned more than the sea." ra 'ali-e 9 " M , .. mfg ' I 4:-',ffFiTE"f:' 4 N .i - . . ' , ,fy P s 24,01 .-5 gg, iwg- ffbv Honest water, wh1cl1 ne er left man 1' ilk t, , .. .i. ki, . uma. Mi n.- . Nfl' it .e. N V 4 'PM M 'F '- ' KFW 4' "lf the mire " Prwcj' Conley ' I lf Y WE I 'X iQ-A-gp' :tv - , V Dy 5, . ' flame- sa! 'v :wx I - T' , . ' fi T521 5 KX kiisfwiii Wi if f .T i lil 'AA snapper-up of unconsidered trifles " 'l 2 X 'rw 1,1 4' ME' e ,e'e I- ,H ,Hb ,, ,, ' ' f, xx +141 f A , : if - ee xr in ugu. 'Q Q X l,, p "X I up 'f,QZ3,i5jM. 4 i "Never do to-day what you can copy Q l Ji Y ..- . .f-'aj' f :EA :A toemorrow."'i"Hug" -l lCCall. . x ' me - r Emi' -wifes Q .. , , . , X ' -Nl R I -f.gp il.b np-en2LE.g- l W Lome on, fellowsg we ll elect h1m.' ff 'IV B 'L' 'T LA" 'f 'A if'fi'f3 'P ' . ---jack Sfunage. -:J A W' it ifflil V s ,lp of li. 2? ,- it Y x ffl ll if hex, Y ll fs ir f XX. 0 x 1'-' ls fri? i.f xfgli gills! T' bi L Z. ,iz Q21 it xfl l , f l, Ili, 1 , ill. 'ff li? l ring ,' fri.-D 1,5 f -,ll L ' lifts E 1' iff , if we f if 44 if fr S , Q9 - n qmli U 7 Aga Qs " Pure Dutch wit, and humorous "Taylor to right of them, Taylor to left of them, Tavlor in front of them "They have a plentiful lack of Wit." Dutch. ' 'mBI'l7l11I.U. - , 'x 4 I Volleyed and thunderedf' 'T' I IIC f'f1ff"fJ'- ' I as l,H,,'A,,, j5,lq,'m,l,,,s. "Love understands loveg it needs no ' ' A i talk. V QI ,1-Q...-as-... . r . , A. kr 'Not nfl - Home Q Q Could I love less, I should be happier." T A "'Tis more noble to make yourself P . great than to be 'born so."-"Heavy" v I 63 l --Lester Lacy. 1 if i "Put your trust in 'The Old Man,' but ' ", mind to keep your note-books up."-Engi- 7ltTl'lil1f1 Drfmriulwzt. . I i ' l , 1 , Q V' ' ll'om11'11j7'. ' li . p X Y A U . y ' , - 1 0 A-,,.4v - v I K 0 ., lf ,AN T " ' 4,-,----amid x f Annum! y . v w',f',, H :HM WITH' pupil F . l4xW., ,,, ., 'Suddenly there sinote the eirs of the A M horrified listeners a sounil so terrihc th it with I lj . V one accord thev huddled together, crouching vii lllt if .. . - ' Q a Y ' . I with tear and trembling, like aspen leaves f X A - " Q lThis is trembling somt-.5 The first iznpres- 4 ffwdv' T l 4 sion was that an immense l'lp-SUV wis t: irinq A a W 3 X , 4, if its way through a block of granite. Then ' "" 'f ' l, followed a noise like the ssreech of a thonse T T fi " 1 and locomotive whistles anal the exhaust of il I l l compressor. I11 this Bedlam the agonizeil 5 l it, cries of terror-stricken horses could be heird lx l and the furious howling and snirling of a p lek i limi of wolves. Then a detonition like a vole ini: lil lx ern ation that seemed to shake the ve-rv l iiii -'Nell l , lirmament evsilence Y and a dull sickening thu 'l Ilob Rzxmsrlell had spit on the floor." ee- I lferilvzrl jimi! .-lfIr1'f1az l'o.v1'.v izezw lnmk, ".ililz':'11e llmw .llllnllfl Ulf' If1zg11'111'i'1'.v." Illustrated by li.C.1Iiller. Svo. Si.5o. , u A I ' A 335 J R is - H r ' A , 'Y im We of 0-Q X Ns li J. ,il 'fm' 1, ae V HWY ?jmf4y, Q11 a CQ-3ilf. ' U ll ,ll l f pii 5 f E if? ri All 47 , 4 4 lf: A l r 1 fehf .,,f7- i iw 52 It il li. E5 55 11 l : -K .MQ , x l X34 'w a. 1 E 15 1 -r l IZ N X V5 I l L . i 9 li 54 El Eli, z 7 Xi l 9 ,IN 350 XX: X XL 539 ix fi iN si X X l K 5 . x ii ,i iX: Q 23. 'll 5 'W L'Ff5' VOL. 14. CACTUS 1,1 " X, 1 K I X K 'lt ' V i - I? ll' Na I XE ' ish Hui? Q, Nil Qgm 04, , NX, J x I 1907. -"5 X . -V, -rfwf frm- -. . ' -' ' 1 4. ' . ,,,..Mm'i-'4' 1' n .. -. . gg -M -a -- - , x., g .,,,.,,..,,-,,,., ..,.,-All-uae-1 - ---- 7 ' . , ,,wg.., . , -" ' P" -M 3" ' if 'FT W ' A W 7. '?- V ' - ww-aww 3 Q 4, ig .s g V U "-.v' .4,,,,,,K'jfQ:fs.L.M' ,- x H 1, X- 1 .V s. - ft .V ww, y,A,,,?,N . - , 1 sf f' r' '43, , fi f QE A Ae X- -. J, , .1 Q 'J-'-.' "fa -1 ' N g- , X ,iff I "q,4., xrmax - fs. ' I ' i' " .M . ' ' . ' 4. . -. 1 Q " - ,-. f ' V 4 - x x ' ' ' , . ,,' I J, .V .I .233 A . ,. V , i L A ..1' ,W ,A M., . , ,f , ,, , . - .- . - , . I , I, ,, I , . , ' , pl 2 , .MA - 1- YJ : iii' V X 'M "' A' Q .i ' P1 ' 1 . G T . ' W - Fi 5 I 1 r ' . 1 'Z I , 'Q T 'if 5 1. ,V g ig, i, .a i .,w Dx .ing i i, . T il LN if 5- i , if , , 0- , . . , iw AA! .R Q 1 r A - Ki' -If X N , ,Q WK 3, IAAF a 1 4 M 44 x i -ff, g . Q . 9' l x 6 1 e 1 B , i, 2' f i V 5 X l U . ii . A . ' .f . A J 5 X F A-ff:-"L,--1, ,,f" -2 T' - J- , ...N H.:-" ' ,' 1,-1 -.. . 1 ...,.. ' 45 J Q. , 'Q . 5 V W , , . A 3 52 .se , v- , ' .4 . ' .ic e ,M lgg' ,, , vf-sw I 1 . il, Q-'M-XE i . I QT, .,.-.11,-1t'.:ifv'r.. H151 4 Q, ig- . R f., IAA: ,,.,,'.. .., -. -,,. , L V . l ' 'l i H u 4 . " 7 ,i Sal A Ll . f . 1 , V' T . ., 5 Q ' , " ' , ,W M .., ..,,, , Q, V iQQiqiis+lemqn from Utah" attends Hye 5 A GLee Cl.ub Conner-'l'., l -ya . Our Metzenthin is a versatile wightg There 's nothing he cannot do. He 's a Dutch teacher right: He 's a coach out of sight: He can pedal the organ, too. l -F, , rwff ?n"T'+" I 7' 4 ,'T'i'T1"" if l i I F I 'il 1 lil ni l 4 l i l T lfliilflil ifiiili' lil! Y.-'llildll' 1, T ,N T i .-11.5. -1- -'--+'- H H , .401 H i I , I W i A i , A X l l I . j 4 I ' ' 1:f,:Zff ff7 gf :....,,l 51" O01 THETJLD USED TO BE CAUQ. I. Girls, don't be fooled about Dr. Gould, He 's really a rnarried man, Though he swings his cane like a single swain, As only an exebroker can. H. This pompous old beau would letieyerye one know That he used to be something quite grand. He thinks that pajamas would not shock our nianias As nuieh as a Hlgllt-Sllifififl band. IH. Disappointed because insuftieient ape plause Met his spiel on the "Little Red Rooster," Iu the .S'ftlft'.V1JI0ll next day he made quite a display As a s Dread-eagle ty Je of self-hoosb .O . er. ' -Q . gg 113 '33-. -V-I+ '5'i'92aiiEP?51 25 S. H1253 ' Q-fQEzi4fxiP-iEs ' l iffxiifa-:mfr if:-r.-5 'i I-,fffkxyikfyyf'QQ?3G2:'5A'4'1ng,-?J?f,'i U1-LQ: '1",l Q-.-'M,'l" ','v"a , .,,A-.awae21.f- .y-.4-'J' "l -1. mn' ww,-.,.-f . 2:-Silly 'MiIig5"'3T7f::5g,, i 'Siu ll i ,X ' ll. alia l iliiillr it l l 5 V' .X fr Lil . ,523 ',,,??I'w ' . A ' '49, U". ,gu'JU5..II., 1- ' f " lil, has Jgfllllw- .al !E L.a:a4g-F15 V .. -' 3 , i z'33'i-Si? ' . 'TL ' '11 -' ' F 1 F ' -"'i"T5""?l7?75X?' " 21 111221-::i'f 1l li 'l"liaai'l ,ll il l' 2 if i Fifa? T 'I ll fizmw 'l. 'Stiff' i ,?E?:'!l Q11-'ii fig' l ' A , gf stands for jones of the Gym., lVhom the girls Call "pretty and slim." A Sufzmlfzjf PHS! Or "Fraternity 'roast " Are the greatest known pleasures to hini. X w 243 f fb-1, s,f I -'Tir wi fr 'f iigvdl' D .N - I A L V. 1? . T .1 V. .,-2.1, X .. I ' I if W Jw' 'X .Elf 2 .yi . f it f' MN: 'LJ 'X ,ft ff J R .ff 13 . I 'aa f. J 1 I W My C lv su X la-' 3 .5 . r Hi" T .tt 'V H xii 5. ie , Ii lug! X if ' J till' i, ' .4 l xv, iw of i Ji. W 'lf ff 'I J' all A 45 5 ' ffl . ' .vf . A f 4 M A59 fill ' 3 si A fifth ii- . - fish Aix .Q-"nN,'n 'xxx 1 rr- F Lu xy J 4, wk r 1 1 .fur ei fi. ' 43 ""ff1? mg? +5 difjribg 'gggzxkg 'if X9 'fs -L 3 an f- ' VOL- 14- CACTUS. 1907. 6 " - If Z it ff :BX ' "-T Qi . -i-.z LViV -YY . iT ! ' -f 'f 5 -za 4 -Ag -, . ' X, it 'X ' 1 il ffflr 1 it IJ -,f il' Q' Hi A wo 1 I, . 1 ll 5 'il ltilx i Q R: 14 1, i,T'4g'10Ued Ofelhe 5QSlfQ"Vl'f e '. J - f f -,rf tis 1,-1 -Y -.s.-.-'f- 1-5 -r' , l l '41 "A NEW Hook." 1' W 'Q uf'ltll'NIlI2ID 111' 11115 BAs141Q1ty11.1.12." By I.. H. Feldhake. Author of "Two Years in the English C19 jungles," and numerous essays and papers on the English 0 language. iv .e lx 13 ,. X sand a molecule? 1' l511.I.Y: No! It takes seyen of them to make a molecule." : If1a15s11M,xN tto Billy Thomas, in Geology Lah.l: "3Ir. Thomas, is a grain of 0 ' A fll.IJ Lam' tto Sophomore who is holding a leyelarodiz "VVell, if that ain't J . fwfr, as tilt' biggest theimometer I ever seenl What 's the temperature, young man?" 5 14, "A Crying I2yil": "Paul Rochs wanted at the telephone." ,. 3? 'l'1112fB1'r1s1a BIT. lircslnnan Henderson sold 'lohn Atkinson a "bum " fountain pen for a dollar. ef l A month later ,lohn solilocluizes thus as he writes: "Freshman Henderson thought -4: NX he 'fl 'done' me when he sold me this pen, and here I am writing to his girl with it." ill f 4 -lixeli S'1'.txN,u11i Ito Ifreslnnan Hamilton at field workj: "XYell, don't stand theic like a bump on a log. Read your compass needle." 1 l'ilyliSllBI,XN HAM.: 'Allow do you expect me to read the needle with the wind ,ft X . blowing like this? XYait till the wind stopsf . . X . .W 've ffli I JN D llo not fail to look through the advertisements for the "Diary of a Dub," containing some rich and rare grinds. ' - 1- .11 L Q u -thi All lYe hope-'you 'ye had a jolly laugh, 'lust try to take it pleasantlyl And trust you won't feel blue And when you look about, X f 1 lf in this mass of random chaff You 'll see that you are better off ' A little was on yon. Than those th,1t were left out. d, f l wwl X tk N . ,Q A '-3 ., ., -1 X ws,-9-5 i e ' kfggfw jfs' 11:11 A lt " Fido " '1 Ms 1 v X' 1 .- xx 'f' V' .-ii f i l' If i .' l . 'f H ii A3 1 will wi ll -, 621. fsflft we it it .-Q g ':.,yQ i . 'E ? iy AEA V J i -5 . ' -f' X lf! X 5s Q kv ga xx ,1 fy ' N 4 If Ji if 211 t :ff is If "I W ,Nat f r,. l li of l, . kv fl fl 'lf gil , .fl aff I tiff r 1 l ,ii ffm ll W I I I . I . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' A 4 O . I A Q Y, v ,' 4 -5 g I 'X A , I ., .I r , , 3 ' 9 R, WT 1-' X V 4 1 u ' y. ' 1 .4 V I '- 11, -L . 'QX ,IN -ah! .v - N 1 I I . ,fe 2 J K L T! .X 4 xx- I X. H g a ,W ' '- A-' f--,ff . . ' -fr 1 0 4.Q.LJJL..J.4..... ........... . -.. ... .. .-... J'..-.am .0 . . -..1,-,f,,L.v., Ap f 5 ' Q rl Q ." J Q i Q 1 . , I n fig ft, , an . 1' jflfiaqy , E.. 'if we J an A X1 QQ X 'Ni all 1, i K N I -if A I, ll i W . . 1 ,Y f. 2 9 A di- N' l "'-::' C L "",5T7 " C . ' ' .- , .V Ffa. Qc, gk, Xa, gs xx ,diy 'X gk is is 0 . . - X M x , ' vol.. 14. CACTUS. 1907. f I HE Editorial Board of the 1907 CACTVS desires to disclaim all responsibility for the condition represented in the following pages, classified under the heading "Medical Department." For , the benefit of those who are unacquainted with the cause of this 1 5 limited representation, we wish to make a short prefatory state- ' y, 2 ,,,,i s,'l .Q ment. T Owing to political dissension and differences between two ' factions at the Medical Department, student politics has drifted lf' 1i.l Qi into a disastrous condition. So strong, indeed, has the feeling T if T' become that one faction refused to participate in the College 2 Annual, the other faction having control. Vlfith regard to this f political rancor, the reasons for such action, upon whom rests the blame, etc., we ly have nothing to say, as it is "none of our funeral." However, when the question 1' arose as to whether or not one faction should be allowed to take a limited space in the Annual Conly sixty-four pages being requested, while last year eighty-six were takenj and call itself the Medical Department, we placed the interests of the entire Medical School above student animosities, and requested that a reconcil- iation be effected, in order that the Galveston Branch of the University would be properly and fully represented. VVe did not feel that it would be right to insert an incomplete representation and call this the Medical Department. Our publiv cation is sent not only all over the State, but into many other States, and we take great pride in portraying the quality, strength, and growth of our State institue A tion. Therefore we felt that not only the literary and financial interests of THIS - CACTUS, but of the University, demanded that these petty troubles be settled by f a proper exhibition of true College spirit. After careful consideratian and cona sultation with the proper authorities, we deemed it only fair that we should ask Q that the Medical Department come into THE CACTUS undivided. Vlfhether or not arbitration was attempted, or what steps were taken to effect it, we cannot say. Not satisfied, however, with our answer, the faction in power A sent to Austin a representative, Mr. Helm, to carry the matter over the heads of ' the Editorial Board and appeal to the Executive Council, determining to secure 9 representation, even at the cost of injecting the venom of its political spleen into the veins of the body politic at the Main University. Mr. Harris, a member of 4 the Council and a friend of Mr. Helm, made a motion that Galveston be given the 1 space asked for, thereby assuming editorial power in the Council and repudiat- ing the CACTUS management. This motion, however, was amended by another member to read, "advise the CACTUS management to allow Galveston the space E requested." The CACTUS management, rather than see the quarrel carried to the Students' Association and cause, perhaps, as sad a political condition at the t Main University as now exists at Galveston, accepted the advice of the Executive ' Council and gave Galveston the limited space asked, on condition that they, the Executive Council, would assume responsibility for all financial losses, etc. This 3 the Council voted to do. In justice, then, to the whole Medical Department, we desire to say that the 5' following pages do not present a full representation of the Galveston Branch of l the University of Texas, and we disclaim all responsibility for its insertion, as the material was accepted on the advice of the Executive Council of the Main U nie L versity, who assume all responsibility, financial and otherwise. I X .339 -Qi h ' ,Ni .v 1 SEQ 'la I Q bers is i f' " ffl if" " i ., P 9 x J x ,N Y ff Q , rl N- ,, A J X XI i ie. ...J X ,M H4 . 4 f- A if ll., .iff jx, Gs 'J aff". lift if aff A xgffiflg 'L eu fbi 7 i' V1 ff: aff' 1 L1 T, Wxag ,J '5 . 4. I x x 1 'YN "W K, 3 QQ- vs- 0 ik? f'F"?xgif I l, R ' 5,41-1 r Q r J ' -E: . ZD .x ,T I 121 ' xx I rn W - CACTUS. Hg - :l,"f4: ' 553 197' , A5 Xix, L 531 A v m, '11 X, C? iw ZQYYQX5 ff 32 44 . IM x kfff , ,fig 'lj iff? ' A M '59 ww ' "" 'Q 42.7-Silyflrff' L 'pf' ful" ij fp" 1: f gy. ' d K W .A 1 eff N 553 Lx ,Ns I HTWJ. ZSCNVY' ' .ff ' li 035-ff lfmfvkb J js! GCS Wx AA f A X I, 5? E? -Q' Q9 ,419 4 A f 1 if Nm Afjfggif .Q . ' ' -JH 'x 1 if 'Za' ' 'W' -' ,Wg 3? 16'-J ' ' WWW f -4" f Vw Af if -A X5 fe IM VV 1+ i -'-' 0 , 3,,,.5. .. Y 4 ...gd K MSX, .fa 1'--W 'ik 'flfgfifxx gZ7Q - - , I N . f.T.?g0Lg5 l XXN Liz' If 1125 - A Q34-!4NXg "F NX 9 y vol.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907- ,X liq N i XS-a 3 . A lr U' A 5 X -5 Q fs PQ V WI N0 0 Xi XA X. N-s 3 u X. 'Q I I xl? -Cf' 1 X , L F, . by 4'-' Q V 1 x N P 'x , x r x K- A 35? YQ ?1 1 N: 'Ho N41 1' . If A , :Q ' f-- '-Q ,.s,f"'x il . MQ wx . f af E55 'Y M353 .ZW Q, MQW q'MU 'HWRM "ZQQ'Qf l -'S ff' ' C-25' 1-5' , K QQ x A J a I ' 1 . rf ' X X X ' 3 F. 3 ws ,AEM xl IN' XP- . ,P xi. x J Wa r fy N ," K2 ' 5 , W w, NX if E' a X K '24 - xx ' . N ,I , x 11.1 1 X r QW ' fs 'XL .JV :J w ' ' N 1 , X X fwl X53 X L fl N SER sf ,ix was 45 -L1 fx- , , G +1 ' A 5 ifff XQ rF!L . ' :Tl X Q X , ' fr' ff 1' fx N ,ui an V If . X if ax .23 ip ' X V 4 X von.. 14. cAcTus. 19o7.' " 1 rf X . :B ' AA", X It 73 Q1 13 'TNA I J Q- 1 " 4 jg. .5 m gf ' xSzif?L'?f5':: JR N gf X I I ' 14?i'.9V'?7g , -Xxx .I ' K 3 5:23 ' V., -f 7.1.-wc--g1,.' T - Nw 1, 21 'S X 6' xx A A 4-, :Iggy I ' M V -Mufti ' 1. 0 Xi Q XJ . ,fy E' ,-, , f r-4 -V ,. i "'. ,: Q ' Kfgflw n"fvfffg Q , 1, Qu 'Gil-wi if gary.. P-' A If N, 124,315 Ii . 15 ID , . " :1?es: ,,s,.- P, A 9 Y Q: ' . 42 A il. 'l Q -V ' 4120 "5 '1 3 Fifi-gi 1 x ,z.1",'f 'A-.3 ?:' 'Rf m ' fx : '-26555-Q5g'fi3'f "Q," 2 A5 X 222-3.'1.i'5QsAE'fxf f3' f . ' ' -1 X l fsmii-54,935ii'i3 ' ' ' 1' glflssgaeaf Nil. ., ,X '34-x - . X W , QA' 2 ma lc XX :ras , 1 I Q L " , 5 it V -X , Q x K .b 5: .b Qv QI X ? I X jg? '-1 f, , Y .f 'Ziv 7 s ' X I W NJN Ml fb' ' XX " 1' Q f Q JUL :J N . X 4 If 9 1 w X Ai?- 1 Y 342 , Q U ' f I , ,A 'O .' 5 . ,Z QQ' QKV W I i' 2 "W wif 'WF' , N x ' XRS ' ' lx' 7 ,fr f' - m. . 03 Q 'jg ., Q 4 s K I ff I Y ,' 1 J I I ' I Y 1 J ..-wfJX. if ' ' ff .' ,ffq Zffx M :Af fr! , . -' I fy, ,. M y 4. use 3,55 'VZ52' '-F3 "5-H 325' P- 3" i 'P' , ,SPV . '- : fx , rm 1' X J 'lac' il MM "f?f22'LX4 ' ll X "if X W X Pa is 3 as ' I K N Q v 4 ir UB' .59 5 x ' Q ,553 it I is liii ,V 5X H it in , A Xxx ,Q H 1 wx. X3 -x it 7 ?' s V X -N A iii ll NX .' X 1 W 5 , U XX x X L X E x 1 JN. 5. x hi l X I 3 it VOL.14 CACTUS. 1907. X! , JOHN FANNIN YOUNG PAINE, M.D.. Professor of Ob5I0z'rz'cs and Gynecology. Student of the Medical Department of the University of Pennsylvania, 1857-'59, M.D.. University of Louisiana, ISOIQ Chief Surgeon of Mobile Hospital, 1865-'66, Profes- sor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Tulane Universi- ty,1885-'86, Member of the Visiting Staff of the Charity Hospital, New Orleans, 1885-'86, Obstetrician and Gynee cologist of the john Sealey Hospitaland Professor of Ob- stetrics and Gynecology, Medical Department, University of Texas, ISQO. SETH MABRY MORRIS, B.S., M.D., Professor of Clzczzzislry amz' Toxzrflogjf 1.71 Ilze .SCIIOUIS of illcdzdzzc and Pharmacy. BS., University of Texas. 1888 5 M.D., College of Physa icianszand Surgeons, New York, 1891 g Professor of Chem- istry and Toxicology, University of Texas, 1891. RAOUL RENE DANIEL CLINE. Bs., A.1v1.,Ph.o., Professor of Plzarmacy, School of PILt1l'HlCZCLV,' Lecturer on Pharmacy, School of 1lIedz'cz'1ze. Ph.G., Medical College of Lille, France, 1887gB.S., University of Montpelier, France, 1889g A.M., Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania, 1896, Graduate in Pharmacy, New York School of Pharmacy, 18903 Professor of Pharmacy, University of Texas, 1895. 343 5 fig? J 1 if N PX fr fl, ' X., e x N f , 'gil , 'I Af' 'Iv' 4l'j . ' J?J -N EJ F of V ' 1- Q 1 r ft., will A 2 1 l 1 51. N 1 K 1,-' - ' 3 f d ' S i t. I , K . x 1 '7 1 J hm" f x rf. -335 .J 'i i we 'E l Jw 5, v r pf ' .' a V J X Q J gif, is 4 yx I 1 17 A sf? if fe Q M18 Y- Q Q. 5, ,. 48 'B-:vii-e 1? C vo 1.. 14. cAc1'us. 1907. If ' rf 13 VVILLIAM SPENCER CARTER, M.D.. 1 A "xl, lhwzzz of flze 1-'acuity of 1lIvdz'cf1I 1JC'f7Lll'fHlCllf,' Professor of Qs -I 3 Q . . ,J ,,. ,Q5 Plzyxzolugy and Hygzene. 1 411 . . . . . fi E' M.IJ., University of Pennsylvania. 189o3 Resident 8' Physician. Philadelphia Hospital, 18903 Resident Physi- cian, Presbyterian Hospital, Philaflelpliia, 18913 Assist- A If ant in Physiology, University of Pennsylvania, 1889-'92g '21 Assistant Dsnionstrator Pathology, University of Penn- M K9 XB: sylvania, 1892-'96: Quiz Master i11 Pathology, Medical 'TS Institute, 1892-'961 Assistant Professor of Comparative " Physiology and Demonstrator of Physiology, University L of Pennsylvania, 18963973 Fellow of Philadelphia Col- f Lvl leg: of Physiziins, 18973 Pathologist of Cl1ildren's Hos- I M X pital of Philadelphia, 1893-'961 Professor of Physiology, ' Vniversity of Texas, 1897. if DXY1 Tic 17 1 2 rfiliiiill ' lf .1 li .1 . MARVIN LEE GRAYES. MA., M.D., f fu V PJ'11ft'x.1'01' of .l1c4f2'c'I'IIC. I I - f, . . jyf M.A., bouthwestern University, 18863 M.D., Bellevue KU 11 9 Hospital Medical College, New Yorkg Superintendent of QQ' W Southwestern Insane Asylum. ISQQ-19051 Professor of Medi- na eine. University of Texas. 1905. 1' .V l 'X ,-iw .- if N d if Jlbi' X lf xx., rp l- 1' V As Q Q? all 1' . 'ffpjfs 1f11WL1R11 R1w11P111 11 11 'f My A X 4, kilt 4 L K A A 4 4y A I ug H Q.. ', l,l'1JfL'.xL1'U1' nj .llfzferirz .TICITIACLI fum' T11enifvr-11lz'c.v,' I.l'Cl'ZH'UI' on I'l1y.v1'mI l2zl1g1110x1'.vg,- Prnj1'ssm' of .lI11l1'rz'a iv . Flys. .lletlicfz in .SQCPIIOUI of I'l1c11'11z1zc'j'. if ' X' A.B.. Washington and Lee University, 18793 MQD., ' University of Pennsylvania, 18833 Interne, Philadelphia ff? Hospital, 18833845 Interne, Maternity Hospital, Munich, "Jw 18851 Professor of Materia Medica, Galveston College pf of Medicine, 18883 Professor of Materia Medica 2111dTllGI'a- Il? my 9 peutics. University of Texas, 1891. dp fmt 11 344 ' , Xi' ' 'AF' "' ef" -e 3 N 7 tif' -f"A:,,i. - ' mei 1 .11.1W1'g. ra - 1 71 1 11? 1 if av' 2 .2 1 Kal ZQWX' Q iii' -1 N 1 af' f , 'H 1 - H r' -' f ff' fly Q? X9 519 Q ,gg ' in X ll Q voL. 14. CACTUS- 1907- N -Y ,, X .. WILLIAM KEILLER, L.R.C.P. and F.R.C.S., I 2 Professor of Alzaiauzy. My Graduate Student University of Edinburgh. 18773811 B is Student Royal College of Surgeons and Medicine, 1884-'881 in Qualihed Licentiate of Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Edinburgh, 18903 Qualified Licentiate of the Face 1. I, ulty of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow, Fellow Royal 'Q College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, 18902 Lecturer on Anat- ,qx omy, Edinburgh Medical School. ISQOQ Professor of Anat- 7 omy, University of Texas, 1891. Li 1 ll I ya , 11 X xxi 0 I l 'a i ,Dy X X e M1 fi in lf .2 ' il Y x - 1 uv JD L rg 8 if li, L-ix da ll H , , o . JAMES EIJWIN THOMPSON, ALB.. BS., F.R.C.S., 19l'0fCA'.YU1' of ,SIlI't1Cl'-1'. M.R.C.S., England, 18863 MB. and B.S.,L0nd0n. 1887, F.R.C.S., England, 18883 Professor of Surgery, University of Texas, 1891. ALFRED EDWARD THAYER, M.IJ., P1'0fU.sXYo1' of Pulflolngy. Student at Williams, 18783812 M.D., New York Col- lege of Physicians and Surgeons: Columbia University. 18841 Hospital Practice, New Y0rk,1884-'86, Graduate Student, University of Gottingen, Germany, 188648873 Universityof Vienna, Austria, 1887-'88, Fellow in Pathole ogy, johns Hopkins University, I88Q-'QOQ Instructor in Anatomy, Yale College, ISQOJQIQ Vital Statistician, New York City Health Department, 1895-'98, Assistant Sur- geon Marine Hospital Service. 1894 and 18984992 Assist- ant Professor of Materia Medica, Pathology, and Bac- teriology, University of VVest Virginia, 189919003 In- structor in Gross Pathol0gy,Cornell Medical College. New York. 1890-'o2: Professor of Pathology. University of Texas, IQO3. 345 0 ii Li L J M . n , ' A rffwy. 4 .Q , 0, ,5-fy 1 at ,121 . at imriiffgxx if fl ,Zi " . .XM Qafx- aisg ,g,gfe W ,. asf, I 11 N ,Q Q - Wx fig X. i, 1932! ff, xg? 1 ,O jr K I - 1 .A N" qi f -' 6 -v 1 .iv .ji Q31 QQ. y Q '1 2 N '1 I 5-' 7A'JMiKi5'il I W an xx' ,fu -A 'zfgj f xiii Q ,J r i 'I Wi ffl 1, t A X I-,Q 11 1'- fl' 1 '-I I1 ry .V -' - It H -:gl NJ cw, m 4.- 1 ,-, X if -1 S 5 x P 'i .GKQWIIQXE if its sy will ll YN! '9l,fYnNiQ Ziff , Xu 3 x. .Q fj.z if at Aff, ij!! 'ik ll .1 xy 'J 'N 1',r'1 V ig, ' , qs-W. L.-'F-93,0 N3 f- an '.N.:z3.Q Q 424 .E .QL . ,Q-ESRB , 'AEE is a . x , .- 1' 1. ' - f -'. J x IAQ, - fi. ' ' 'f I 1, ' :U"jF K' as ig' ix? '16, X9 .ri X 'ESI ,X gg 3 -24 .fb X 425 i XA lx P v VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907, 1 , ,- rf . ,J Xi' V, .fl-L ll QV i is 54 1 , . 3. Instructors, Demonstrators and Officers. I I -' fi A l ,- bi., JAMES J. TERRELL, M.D., Lecturer on Medical Climatology and Bacteriology, Demonstrator of Pathology. M. D., University of Texas, IQOZ. F 'I , 1 M. C11ARLoT'rE SCHAEFER, M.D., Lecturer and Demonstrator of General Biology, Q' . Normal Histology, and General Embryology. M.D., University of Texas, 1900. ' DX? DAVID H. LAWRENCE, M.D., Lecturer on Medical jurisprudence. M.D., Uni- 51 Q51 versity of Texas, IQO2. ui' 6 joHN BRANNLYM HADEN, M.D., Lecturer on Gphthalmology. M.D., University of Zigi! DS: Pennsylvania, 1892, Licentiate, University of New York. f' '-V -Y XT HOWARD RUsK DUDGEON, M.D., Lecturer on Dermatology, Demonstrator of A Surgery. M.D., University of Texas, 1901. L ,f d H. O. SAPPINGT0N, M.D., Demonstrator of Obstetrics and Gynecology. M.D., . N University of Texas, 1900. 9 HENRX' C. HADEN, M.D., Lecturer on Otology, Rhinology, and Laryngology. ff 6 M.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1895. fx jr WALLACE R0UsE, M.D., Lecturer on Pediatrics, Instructor in Physical Diagnosis, AJ 'XXL Demonstrator of Clinical Medicine. M.D., University of Texas, 1902. ' D Hg, HORACE T. AYNESWORTH, M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. M.D., University A r of Texas, 1904. f 1.,N 'IE OSCAR H. PLANT, M.D., Demonstrator of Physiology. M.D., University of Texas, J '- if X, IQO2. 1' I, W. T. GARBADE, B.S., Ph.G., Demonstrator of Chemistry. Ph.G., University of "' 4 W Xi, Texas, 19035 B.S., A. 8 M. College, gf' 1 A 'Mfr JOHN C. BUCKNER, Ph.G., Demonstrator of Pharmacy. Ph.G., University of 47 L X Texas, 1904. f S NIAY HCDPKINS, B.S., Assistant Demonstrator of Normal Histology and Biology. if 'Yfill V, B.S., University of Texas, 1906. Il.. ' S: ADDIE HII.I., Stenographer and Librarian. J-f Y f ' TH0s. H. NOLAN, Provost. ' G I MISS D. A. CLAY, Superintendent of School of Nursing. 1 . if TMISS C. L. SHACKFORD, Superintendent of john Sealy Hospital. 4? If . rf ,,. . ll 6 5 fu 34 ' 9 , Xb ' N . , I PN G 1, . 0. x. s K. . . . f 1 ' 1 . . . ' - . , l Aix ofwivlfisfivk Wig iii lil v r.. .sara 1. f . f,2...' A-...Qc vs,-ALB .Y A Q iw W ' 5' + 7 f 'J . 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S 5 J No 'im if J ts '5 tri 'fx 1 t i 'i at l IC, I J is 1 , 9 J? M 4- it f X : if I I' X g 3 t at if mix! fi vi: Bl W .fi Z X . I., fit fr ' x Zn' F X E54 .1 df 'fp Mn K a Senior Class Medicine. lixfsii M1'rcnr51,t. ARNIILD, M.D.f Houston, Teicas. Cn.xRLi5s KIARIHN AVES, M.D., Gilveston.-ePresident Class 'o6-'o7. Cn.xR1.I5s ADHLPII BAIIN, M.D., Austin.-Vice-President Class 'O.1,4'O5. Smox CLARKE. M.D., Nacona.--Manager of Cooperative Book Store, 'o6e'o7. R.xt,Pn Emiksox CI.ot'D, M.D., Austin.----Member of Dining-ball Committee 'o5e'o63 Class Editor CACTIIS, 'o5 e'o6. Cu.xRI.I2s CHR1s'roPHER Crum, M.D., Cleburnefe-Secretary Class, 'o5!o6: Vice- President Class, 'o6A'o'73 Class Editor CAcTt's, 'o6-'o7. Ifmionmcx DoNALn CooKE, M.D., Cleburne.-Secretary ol' Students' Council, 'o5e'o63 Secretary Class, 'o6!o7. Joni. Isnixu Cm.LIER, M.D., Conroe.aY. M. C. A.g Class Editor .lletlfk-fzl, 'O.1.A'O5Q Associate Editor Jlledzrfzl, 'o5!o63 Member of Committee in Students' Council for Investigation of Irregularities, 'o5 -'o61 Editor-in-Chief Jledical, 'O6f'O'j'. ,Ima DYIQR DAVIS, M.D., San Antonio.-Sergeanteat-Arms, 'o6!o7. Ixs. G. FLYNN, M.D., Fort VVorth. Riixri Hi'vn.i.E, M.D., IDallas.-Sergeant-at-Arms, 'o5. L. R. Hrxntus, M.D., Galveston. HENRY HARTMAN, M.D., Arneckerville. Uscxk HITNT IUDKINS, M.D., Ocless 1.-Secretary Stuflents' Couneil, 'o4!os: President Class, 'o6!o73 Auditor Dining Club, 'oie'o6 and 'o6-'o73 Business Manager C.-xcTt's, '05, President Class, 'o5-'o6: Sergeant-at-'Xrnis Class, 'o4. -Lxxltis Gm' IUNES. M.D., Smithville.-Sergeant-at-Arms Students' Counfril, '04-f'o51 Seeretarv Students' Council, '05-'o63 Vice-President Class, 'o6-'o71 Editor-in-Cliiel' CACTUS, 'o6!o7. jonx OTTO KEMP., Pli.G., M.D., Sim Antonio.e-Vice-President Dininq Club, 'O6"'O7Q Member of Committee in Students' Council for Investigition of Irregnlarities, 'o7. Ilxnm' OIRADIAH KNIGHT, AP., M.D., Dallas.--President Class, 'o4!oq3 Class Editor .lltwIz'rf1I, 'o5e'o63 Auditor Dining Club, 'og-'o6. Useaiz Y. I,.XVVRENICE, M.D., Arlington.-President Class, 'o5!o61 President Stu- dents' Council, 'o5e'o6. Sm HARTT Monica, M.D., Lovelady.-Sergeant-at-Arms, 'o5!o63 Class Editor .if4'rfI'Ul1, '06"O7. 'l'1nm,xs Monminox Molzals, M.D., Hubbard Citv.eVice-President Class. 'o4ee'o5: President Class, 'o5!o6, Business Manager .IfvtI1'u1Z, 'o5 306. IIIQNRY Ifiuxcis I'I'lII,Il'S, ILS., M.D., Rig Snrings,-Q-Secretarv ani Treisurer of Dining Club, 'o59o63 Member Dining Club Auditing Con1'nitte'2, 'o'5 'o7. Sm Hovsrox SPRIYIEI., M.D., GalvestonfeeX'iee-President Class, 'o5!o6. Hrimarcm' Roulins IVoRn1.,xW, M.D., Reag.tn.eViceePresident Class, 'o5-'o6. CIIARLIQS WALIQIQR SKIPPIER, M.D., I.ovelz1dy.4President Dining Club, '06-'o7. Isisviaem '1'mm.ts xmmf., M.D., timmy. ' -Lxillis XVI5LI.s Yrwxu, M.D., Hillsboro.4Y. M. C. A.: Member of Committee in Students' Council for Investigation ol Irregularities, 'o4!o51 Clpiss Secre- tary, 'o6e'o7g Secretary Y. M. C. A., 'o6 307. lYn.I.ts G. Yot'IiNs, M.D., Columbus.E---Class President, '04 fog. 348 s ' .4 asf A fe? gf" . e A f 25' I we L ab 5531 w M 1 YI 2 n 1 ,Q TX Sz n . J i V b I n 1 w A59 Q QW LW? N - 'i 5995 N ??C' I ik KL. 50' QW' 'W X w X R M of ' X 1 ' X' R VOL, 14, cAc'rus. 1907. pw -- K - H 'M a s 1 rg ff' Wk, X - .rv ii X I Tw S Xl A X , NH f 9 BE? mi I, A 'ff Wx na 1 x 1 E l n w. x- ' S , X l .,wlY X. , ,4 X Mia X A xii ,Y w NX Es' xx Ml X rka ,pfqk X V X A ARL 11 4 jg My 4365. is 1 SQ 3 'yx D ,M Q7 1 iy 1 49 . 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I s ,fgdzy AX Am My 1 af x E53 fi ZPMQE i?ff , Wfjwf 754535 04,355 MKS? ffiglw 7 G I r ' fx 1' F 'T is ,' Q J i M 5 X 'ii' X9 . X Xfg-Q in X as ' : ' xy, J X voL. 14. cAcTus. 1907. 'E 1 ?7 - ,Aw Q N X ll ' A Nb + Q , X was 0 1 Ky A X9 'Typ :W . , ICR MED . xl X9 -P Q57 'O 1- 1 w3,1Q'f ,f9 A 'f2 .'.-'9' . 'v I 2 7' 1 f ff J? lx .1 J KD- in v J Q-wk fm 1 ff , c f 35- 1 A ' X U X Q .rflggf i AYWTM .. Y-an N if 'K M 4 . QM -'MQ :Z N -r Q '5 - 'EQ , 'E "5 ' ,- Si is? E n MF it ' - ' 5 . " A Ri afiifix A R W LR f A 5 fsgbxgi 125 Xxx Hailey- X as N ' NX : 'X l ll fx L f. VOL. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. 1 'Q . JL, 1 9 h. junior Medicine Class. N 3 i A fi? X. X OFFICERS. 9+ Q ' First Term. I 1 G. M. ECKEL, . . . . President X' C. E. GRAY, Vice-President 2 C.LM.iBLOSS, Secretary-Treasurer IC", I SHELLY ROATEN, . . . Sergeant-at-Arms I' ' q fi ' .H li X ' Las! Term. Kb N. X J. F. GAMPLE, . . . . President ' IQ, x R. R. ALLEN, Vice-President K A T. E. DUNNAM, . Secretary-Treasurer. ' MR' ' W. E.-BURK, - . . Sergeant-at-Arms. -' F. M. BRAMLETTE, -Class Editor for Medical. ' 'o C 9 J. C. THOMAS, . . Class Editor for CACTUS , , A I, 'H X xx' T 'J ' . 1? ., A -4 F CLASS ROLL. ,K R. R. ALLEN. C. E. GRAY. W. C. MCKNIGHT. " L. B. BIBB. H. M. HELM. E. P. POWELL. ,I H . C. M. BLOss. Miss ADA B. HALBERT. C. E. RAYBURN. "' 1 .3 W. E. BURKE. L. B. JACKSON. B. F. RHODES. p F. B. BRAMLETTE. E. F. JONES. SHELLY ROATEN. I Y . F. H. ELLIS. W. L. MANN. E. M. SYKES. -T. C. A. ECKHARDT. R. E. L. MEWSHAW. B. F. SMITH. C G. M. ECKEL. C. MOORE. J. H. WALKER. T. E. DUNNAM. T. F. MOORE. C. B. WELLER. ,fi 1 T. C. GOODSON. C. F. WINFIELD. '45 IJ CZ! J M1 fi 353 17 P - . ' A as Q , -1 fw- , ,L-. 2 V 185355, fx ia . .C f-. 0 A Q Olaf. fffm- A-AAR. .i R.. mf N. ,' ' .,.,1.'3 J 4, g-. . 'Y I -"1 K J: ,f . :YJ ' ' wax .NJ -WN Www L Q5 A H 4 "Fa . F ir- A ww. -2 1--775+ Q f , - n , xx L73 - 2 L - JJ . .A . 3 "W N Z5 XY "QV X 32 gr ' fra N af' ' I X A VU . r. 4 4-- A ,X'. x V KF C55 VCL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. 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Sergeant-at-Arms Ai I Sfcmzrl Tarun 5, V' B. C. SMITH, . . . . . President A J. G. SQIIILLINIQ, Vice-President .W M. SWEARINIQIEN, . . Secretary QW I : F. IE. Aveoex. . Sergeant-at-Arms N 3- T11 ird Term. E. Ii. CALLAWAY, . . . . . President if VV- E- CRUMPLER. . Vice-President -.' X M. SWEARINGEN, Secretary and Treasurer 9 T. A. ODUM, . Serk eant-at-Arms 2 Q J. S. CoI.I.INs, . Class Editor for CACTUS x I G. O. PRIEST. Class Editor for Illedical " lx . .ff X' k 1 fl X Q' . QA' R RoI.I.. ,ff ,, F. M. AYCIICK. VV. A. DUPREE CU. T. A. ODOM. M. B. BADT. H. FERRELI.. D. B. OWENS. A. W. C. BERRFELIJ. J. L. FORTSON Q6J. L. J. PETER Czy. L, I . M. H. BIIERNER. J. W. FRANKLIN. G. O. PRIEST. Q .fx L. C. BRIIWN CI IJ. P. G. GAMBLE. W. F. RICHARDS. 1, X C. C. CADE. H. S. GARRETT. A. Ross. W. R. CAIN. G. E. GLOVER. D. M. RUMPH Qgj. 5 E. IE. CALLIIWAY. C. C. HILL. E. S. SANDMEYER. I ' ,JN K. CIIAMIIERS. W. S. HOECKER. J. G. SCHILI.INGs CID. "if , N : J. S. COLLINS. R. J. HUNNICLTTT 195. C. Z. SMITH QQ. lb' F N C. M. CIITHAM. HARRX' KEY 185. B. C. SMITH. W. E. CRUMPLER CIQJ. H. L. D. KIRKHAM. M. SWEARINGEN. fi? W. J. CUMMINGS. E. H. LANCASTER. H. S. TRIPP. I' LOUIS DAILEY C5j. L. J. Looms. J. H. VAUGHAN Crop. gui . W. T. DUNNING. H. B. MATHEws. D. B. WILLIAMSON. if X' Miss RETTA MORGAN. P vi' l 356 f 'X f - 1 ' Q , ' if . "5 IQCY' .i 4' Q R J xi G NJ T' ri' -I",L'??s3 -. -1 I ff Q K ' ' I 2 I h in yn ri .A .Ri -.If.I..af W.. RAM If -WYJNI If ' N f P' - K - MW if I J 4 1 T' .41 .1 -1-' 6 :I N? .. V 'A 12-4 1 249, "1 S F N G: j' K as ?s X X 0 if X 1 ' , ,O vol.. 14. C'f'C'rus. - 1907 3 ' H f X Z fxxgd wi-A "0 a , 'F 3 M' V' " -f'5 I I Cv wx' xg y ' Q X C' A 1 N , ' V 'J 55? wa A k X' X: r X ' Ng .1 wx ' ffl EQ S' ff X n ' , . 'mx xxx, 1 nl' 3 M ' V1 Y x he is " 5, PF' .X jj- X 5 fx ,EL f N Q35 I1 X ' ff? is 'ZA Y, djffaabx in X' ,Lx 6 X if l' 1- ' 'I ' 357 X-' fx 1 Q . I A '. F. xf Q. 5, 1 .nj f' Z3 Jjjgjgf N 'f I et" : ,fini fTMX. I f . f 645. , ' ' +:x up J Q I X g K -5 ,naw , 3 fl ,, K lu y IT fi' I I, .: X an U'??5d ik, fix if 5,55 M mmf, X gg . Qvax . - 'xx I ffl kgyqxlv vYi!fJL. 14. i cAc'rus. 1907- 1 N 9 N f JK :QA -f' gf ga v X- x of 'W b I6 XG' 4 1, 1-3 24 - A 7 - af , , QA?-H91 ' N W7 'if 3x52'4!4i"W . , Q? of W! ry 5 Xb fffz f ' I ' FN, N X gf XY X: l J F I , '- 0 Xa f- I M KJ X, fl gut T? KS ff f I7 16 ' h I IA l K ' . 7' ," X., f ,'- , V fx lgfyx Q- NX .sb 'WA lx ff X xx ii1i3'ie, H 559 k tif? fd, a , N ' r if i 1 E ,Y al 7 H Af--AD Zjfx -f W , X HW! WW H, 6 - ff! maefsef Mm Q-:Q '73 1. lv V K W r--f I ' f C-S Q 2 W 5 .M ii 358 s ,.y Q , ," 44:33, I .-5 faq. .0-J. 1 I 39 :QM ! .1 K tbs are We T' f rm ev' 'A f 'W fi. I ' ITE as fi X X , X ,if Vix. .ar A Ziff fad' ' XL. . A X T ig ' ' fs 1 VOL, 14, cAcTus. 1907. ey. 9. 5. 9' I1 J, r Br rx fb X L Freshman Class. 5 v as 0 T59 eLAss oFF1CERs. Firsf Term. 3 X1 I R. S. WEST, . . . . . . President. i XX f T. E. PAYNE, . . Vice-President. N A T. C. GILBERT, Secretary and Treasurer. ' ' E. W. CAVANESS, . . . Sergeantvat-Arms. Q Q J. P. WOOD, . Correspondent to .Umlz'rc1I. lg ' Svcmzrz' Term. f G. W. EDGERTON, . , . . . . President. .I J. G. BRYSON, . . Vice-President. RMK. C. O. TERRELI., Secretary and Treasurer. 5 N . R. S. WEST, . Sergeanteat-Arms. Class Colour. 1 BLUE AND VVHITE. I is 'Lx YELL. .3 ' . Ha!he!hi!ho!hip!hus! ll 5, VVho are we? 'Ne are us! VVho are we? Freshmen! Q Q. if QF H IX. 5 5 9 - 359 X N - I 'TC A 4155! ' , 'T lay' ii.: I ., 5.6051 TQ WX fi 1' if 'K M3952 M' 'QWQ CQQY frg i .ki I fffr W X' Xff ., K 5,4 ,firlfmly .Jima U fu A if .gn 2 J xii' if Ng rd.. .xx N '34 X. ,. M ff . 55 11 JW . fx 1 v r fir 6 36 X. 17 'l T A Q6 RL' 54 ' 1 '-f' -I ! 'Z ' K'5 K 'T' 'Q-7' ll 'js'r.-I'1 N1 ' " i I 7 X f I - r -' I x IAP, A f-.' . ' " 'I ui lj - . if 5 , K l 1 V 7' F I' . ff,:.X m 9 XP 'W X9 . X 'df X X 3 ,gg ' X N vol.. 14. CACTUS. 1907. W . lf' ' ' ,X " . .1 I KMIQU A FJ Qf CLASS ROLL. , 1 W L- L--- L- I .A ff 'RI . ,K AQRER, IEARI.. HIICH. C. M. SCVLI., C. U .fs ADAMS, F. M. HEMDIIN. R. F. RAWSIIN, C. XQT K ARCHER, P. M. HIIIAIES, C. A. RIIIIERTS. VI. W. 6 'Y ,YQ Iile.-YIYIIIIIQII, C. C. JAMISIIN, IJ. K. RIIIIISIIN, R. F. X BRYsuN, UI. G. juRImN, B. A. SIIANIQS, R. C. . ' 'Z BI:I'gE, Ii., jg.. KEY, S. M. SIIEATS, A. C. , if C.xs'I'I.I5I:I2I.I1Y', G. G. HAMES, T. Ii. STIRLINQI, ICARI.. " '. AJ, N CAYANESS, Ii. XY. KI'Ii.XI..X, S. If. SHAW, F. I ? CVSIIINIQ, F. IS. KI'YRExIa.YI.1., M. DI. SHAW, TIIAD. I N ' X 1 A ' ' 5 X' DAVIS, R. L. LEE. Q. B. SIIIPMAN. ILD. ' I2As'rI.AND, B. F. LANRFIIRD, IC. M. SHIELDS, MRS. M. A. " ,L N EIIGEIz'I'IIN, G. W. LEAP, j. L. SINGLETIIN, A. O. Q I f FANCIIER, R. M. LYNCH, K. M. SMITH, C. F. ' T Q! 0 FARMER, R. A. MCKENNIIN, J. Ci STIINE. Q. O. V - FISHER, W. C. MCMIIRRAY, MILTIRIN. SVVEARINGEN, C. W. I 'Q FI.ERvEI.LEN, W. D. TWANGUM, T. U. TALLEY, A. T. 1 :G f A FRIIRESE, NI. R. MIRESRA, E. F. THORNE. -I. H. J X4 GATES, CHAS., jr. MILNER, RQRERT. THRASHER, B. O. 9 CQILBERT, T. C. MIRINTGIIMERY, D. L. TERRELL, C. ODHELIVS. GRIEEN, -I. IZ. MQIIRE, R. H. WIXRREN, W. H. K Q Q GRICE, T. W. MIIRRAY, tl. VV. WEST, R. S. - HALL, T. M. NKPRTH, M. V. VVILSON, H. T. I of ., A HARPER, MARY A. Oc:1I.v1E, H. H. WOIIDS, G. S. - HEAIILEY, MARY C. PAYNE, T. E. Womb, -I. P. 'i mf , HASSRARI., W. F. PVCKETT, H. H. XVRIGIIT, RENNIE. A I fr V xg w U 4 P Q -5 . N , R. , ' I fy taxi 21' . 5: m Kgf I X in f K '. A J, f XA A- . ff A A I A Q' ....-- , , . Rf I' A If. If W . If 360 , Q Q - 'V 0. ' , A Q , , V, , , .. ,Af R Q 1 W f J ki 'QR' J I 7-vit 'IV' ' d a Q I . 9 .. , , 1 I 'I' ,I H.. ' . I l '- -f 'QF' MQ-S if - 4 cn' X N f 1 76 - i H4155 dx X, .,,, ge? ,, rf Q. I1 1 nfs' U f N 'C I :B MLW. Fr' ff A WA 5 3 5 fm ' X nl, W 'X .., I 2 1 X 39 Tm HQ, il N X, ,p X . .5 X. KX I Q39 'V .J n in N 43 VX -' .. : 53 A N ,1 f . Wg X A'I 'v 1 M, ,. X9 11,6 Us 3 ,,. 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X X QR' f V, ,yi - s. 1, , I V x. if QE Fil., 3 Q4 GQXQ 'IfjZ'Q?4isf .VW , , HI , :JE 7-E415 'Tw " C QESTJ57' 8 I:-"bfi ' S' E FWI i F 6 'f '-'mc X F ff ,+ f-ix an x Q? 11125 259 XX bis, X as ? A: X !a4,n . ' X 51 . 1' VOL, 14, CACTUS. 1907. HARVEY EARL c'fR0b't Vp CoNE, Pho., Llano, Texas. Associate Editor iUvdz'cal, '06-'o7g Anti-Fraternity League. f'The readiness of doing doth express No other but the doer's willingness." it is Wli v i . .Xia in X I .n X X 40 ' CHAS WILLIAM DOMINGO, Ph.G., I , ' Ga lvcsion, Tcxax. Anti-Fraternity League. 'I 5, "Strange to the world, he wore a bashful look." ,. . I h e U , Wig 1 A X X A '75 Q ' , m ix! CFORCJI LXDOLI H HLNSI L Ph G K zddznqv Tc uw 1res1dent Senior Llass o, First 'Ierni L1assRe porter Ilfdzcal of The wisest man I e er savx He dearlv loves the lasses OV 1 , X... 'X I f 'b N If I f 1.3 an 'E ffi. it as 1 W2 IQ :fl - :Mk K? .ii If I 67 ii M ' 7 '-S. mfX fQ? , P X W2 'v X 5 L J ,X I, ,vi w N 1? 'W fl 1 f 'Q I fa frgpgxx if' f f it L N x ogg:- F H1 r if :ffm ,QS , 'L ig f fi. gif Q3 1 f bqif Zgidiiif 'N Qt fin X e7 iw gf 3 0 W. fx Sim, qi' 'I 1 ' li? J-V ' L L' I. xr ' ' EL Q " ,' '. :XF I ' ' . 52 it S63 . ,X 4 L ' u - if-I -'S , -.fl X 1 Q , J iv f-C4L:::3 N A 2. C9155 K X x I ,I :Dx ,V i I hlfxjtv 1 is I ' . ,H - f ffigfffs. mf 'YQ 44' ' f ' 1 X ' " ' v K M L J, fe A M993 ,WKQE fl HM 7,-A92 Q fi :QW gf ,A :L ff' 5' , ' Veer Mg- -' . " arf' r-WH 'S 'T 1 ugiggn' 'ffjglgifxib ' NX 112,57 'gs '? :JV : "En ix 23 I, 'N YA gill. . - I , 1 'X ,JU X ll l' 29 xslt' C. A D iw , ex A lu . all 169 Xu, 'S 5 fl ll 'll N A N-s . 1 . s If rl r x . .1 gg 9 J' V l K i R" , XL N. QB fc l ffl lm I xr J' my N. C L. 5' K H. 533. 1 N l ml lu Ny 1, me cclifl Ll' VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907 ' v 46' ALEX. JOHN HINMAN. Ph.G., New Bra un fvls, Texas. Class Editor CACTUS, 'o7g Vi:e-President Class of YO7. First Term. Hlridividuality isveverywhere to be guarded and hon- ored as the root of all good. ELISHA ROY C"Little"j JONES, Ph.G., S771Z.fl1'UIA1IC, Texas. Secretary and Treasurer. 'o7, Third Termg "Young fellows will be young fellows." ERWIN MARCUS qifjowp JOSEPH, Pho., Lampasas, Texas. Vice-President, '05-'o6, Third Term. "The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." 364 A 0 " rl? Q 3? ', +3 1 'W' 55' c-I f'fis- alll All as .ff fx ,ff f as wi? .fail fl rr f N '-Fifrblit MX it " Lx-'W AX SI ' ". 2 lb VOL' 14, cAc'rus. 1907. 1' f iw- -- - f' ffff ff' f ' ' ir ' '+T' X f A 16, gg TH0MAs KYZER, Ph.G., J x ' C ' ., Gczlrcslo 11, Texas. . ' . - 'I lie - xi Manager Dining HallC0mmittee, 'OYQ Vice-President, '07, Third Termg Anti-Fraternity League. ' JJ "Never leave that till t0-morrow which you can do , ,I to-day." I x Ik W 1 .fy 4 .9 wi! I Si W ,W fri X' A X r ll KX: ff :. 'ff JZJLIJTAVB .5 . 'll ,fi "Hill ilk. gf Lg WILLIAM LUDWIG MEIER. Ph.G., -lj N2 ' I Rzrsvl, Texas. f l 7. Vice-President, '07, Second Terrng Anti'Fraternity I la, K T K , League. F 1 'Q lf t'Our self-made men are the glory of the Institution." 1 I. lfxlll N x w , x X. f X I' X X' Jl X -3.91 'fi J ' Q T I XZ 5 . fllfgl X PHILIP JOHN PFEIFFER, Ph.G., 'jf' 1 . j San A ntonio, Texas. its If g T 1- l President Class, yO7, Third Term. ' 7 R5 "Wisdom is only found in truth." fig! -' 1 412 X5 x J 433 1 6 I . 3 5 QQ 7 5? I We 1 ,. of A b , ' , ' A 44423: .Q fqsg, R .gap D. Q I ,'-J :D 1:-5: f :nf , A J Q, 1. .o 541-it 5 9 X W Y ' f ,ll l lym, ' Xl N 1 'A 1'-5 J? I V 3 JDJ IX flag 97V , ' Al P ' X fha! RF LET. " 'Qc' ' Q"l5-"KX K 'idx Q-: 7 PC " V' ' N i ' ': Z3-'jig 5 . ,Jigga 2.25215 f F . L X- 'l . 5 T' ,F ii, J X If-if ' T 5 i ' I I i , ' N I' .' ' In ' ' ' .atm 9 XX,-, 55' ,Y . X MX as 0 0 , X ,E A "Nl VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. 5, il 'A W .di 1 ,fl 'jf QQ? oRR1N LEWIS 4-ABeautyHpsHoLARs, Pho., ' A Q Orange, Texas. T nj, President CIHSS,-,O7, Second Term. "It is a great plague to be too handsome a man." .' .x .4 Lyjxx F -- . ,W XY V 1 is A CHARLES GARNER qlfsig-Uhep TANNER, Pho., - ,gg Dxhga Columbus, Texas. fi fl, l. 453 Secretary and Treasurer Class, 'o7, Second Termg Anti-Fraternity League. -4 55516 "Nothing is more simple than greatness 5 f. .J X9 Indeed, to be simple is to be great." -,X l i . IG' r' k '. if nj N, 1 u l' fl' if 'xK,f'f'fy JOSEPH EMMET TIMS, Ph.G., . u ' X Grocsbvck, Texas. :VN l C i ,Tlf Anti-Fraternlty League. bf x "How prone to doubt, how cautious to be wise." Q' fl ' V ' 5 ZX Ng A ,RJ .- C? :lr W "i5iVg,E4j' 5 'f' Kin" vi X fill, l lr e fig, ,A,Wl,? 7 WILLIAM oEoRGE Q'-Whitey WHITTINGTON, Pho., " 1 ,u N A ,427 as .UL Ida, flrkansas. . - Y t Vs- W President Class, '05-'o6, Third Term: Class Editor I ClxeTUs.- 'o5-'o6g Class Editor rllcdical, 'o6-'o7. s df "The true knight of learning, the world holds him dear: 4., N Kb Love bless him. Joy erown him. God speed his career." . ' 'V ,JW H ll 366 "' fl gf 'Q , . ffl T m! P - A . or :J N l sgfafacqj . v 1 Z A rjazmf . - 2 f1: -5.4 A ii Ng V fr T V ' I :ia K ,iv T I A i' il-xl! f Y ' .1 wif- Q' Xb syvdi , ,f'- f ,' WW 14 My , . ' Ja: X E32 ,y L, . Kai ffgfmdx X . 5 Q' I - , Q HN ,Nh 3153 QS M SN? M i A ,tn .. fix '-Pklgif' 'X Maxx Q wi . g . VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. E ri X T3 I ag N ' w 'N 2 ' N 1- df, ' 4 . 4 A1 2 , M A 3 , 46 i L ,X X EX V 41, Vfixf , I .E X Q x X4 fp ' i f x N :Z df: EM' ! fri' l N 5 5'-fav W Q. 4 E 1! ff? Y X U ' ' tgw X E 25 f f XX K gg X E 1 E X 4' 'ia ag.. I e 2 , X fm w X ' f lg 'J . 5 Z 5 15 ,ight V s 3 5.,.. J E X I ai w ZW ! , I I 1 HQ N W W I5 V 9 X A ' ' 4 M ,X " 'a 5' N W .. "' " fix WM Sf , 1. Q , , A E29 R 'F 4 f 5 hi, Xb U - 2 Wm - Q S ' X N , 1 T I , 7 I ff f .I ' f.f'W X" ll gb" ff f , I:-f 'V 3 nf ' 7 'X Jiri '!'2F.e it ' x ln . ,l 2, 'mix 1 Na .L I JP S., x G Mi , B. A. TFRK, . H. H. BURCHARD, Scurr Ho1.I.M.xN, . M x, ISD. YuEI.KER, gf XX 5 job: TRISTR.-XM, My ,U it Q? L. P. SMITH, . 'Q K D W. CAMPUELI., M A59 O. -I. BOMBA, . ' S. WEAVER, 43 .4 f v " ,fy J. T. I.Ass.xrER, if .I W D. P. HEWITH, . Gig. L: ,I x W. W. VVALLIS, . W. IE. HARDIN, H. MuN1eoE, I ll , X ,ff 'uv ll' .5 XX ' 'if N4 1 da . ll jfs.. ual' X Miss E. IE. BIILLIKIN, voL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. Junior Pharmacy. CLASS OFFICERS. First Term. . . . . President. . Vice-President. Secretary and Treasurer. . Sergeant-at-Arms. . . Sergeant-at-Arms. Svcmzd Term. . . . . President. . Vice-President. Secretary and Treasurer. . Sergeant-at-Arms. T11 ini Term. . . . . President. . Vice-President. Secretary and Treasurer. . . Sergeant-at-Arms. . Class Representative CACTUS. . . Correspondent to .lIvd1'caI. YIELL. Gums, resins, proteids, starch! Filter with talcum! Yes, by gosh! Cline! 'Rah! 'Rah! 'Rah! 'Rah! 'Rahl Rust! Buckner, botany, bust, bust, bust! junior Pharmacy! 368 . Q 'f S NF - '4 92 1 l QL 'a 4 tl 4 223 N i I I 1 if A-n r I 5 i f .N ff' f to' I fl!! 2? I gf - ' ' -" 'G .' 1 'wr' " fe W is YQ 'Winks ,wfn fr if f ' if I 'X M' AJZF' '- Zhi' ,Zin I :IMI E l 'I-4 X V 1 If .f ? ,f 'Q ,X Q ff! X fig 4 ' 25 x X .Q in 05 ' ' X 'X 1 VOL 14, cAc'rus. 1907. u x X e ROLL. G. MACKEY. L. SKAGGS. O. J. BOMRA. E. H. MAREK. A. G. G.kRGIA. J. HARRIS. ' D. P. HEWITH. M. BURROWS. R. E. L. JUHNSON. K. KRUG. f 5 W. H. Wooly. R. HAIQIQIS. HQ- xx W. W. VVALIJS. L. P. SMITH. C. NICHULS. Lk Q l W. B. DOUGHERTY. B. A. TURK. J. A. IVEY. J. T. LASSATER. J. H. PHILLIPS. J. T. SUMMERVILLF , W.'CAMPBELL. H. R. MAST. G. SCHULEMAN. Q! L. MAHAFFEY. S. WEAVER. M. XVIESENTHAL. fig j W. E. HARDIN. E. E. MILLIKEN. x - A . Wkxx . .gn K. L' P' I3 . X74 R 3 ,. K5 P" 3 52' KN, If xx? Q Ek 4 Xbdm ,157 ,SWK ZX X f f SX ,fx N17 I X I QSM. cfs " Mfkis I 369 47 ' A . V l 'i 1 ' , ,. ? ,WA gg is A X Q . J .. tg ,,f,,e , - , ff x5,,Q fgfii im x X . .YR x , 47 ,-v 1 W: If Jw 'X .rdf 1 A .' AWN. :J ' X x I 'lfii' G fb? 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J 1. v H ,J 'L Q -J gf gif bf if ,J A4 : 1 f ws- aaa, Q ' ,X 'W N A X bg as ff' Ill l VOL, 14. CA Tus. 1907. x i . 5 551 LEX f X X is FQ VX ww QE 'as-af",4: ' Sea' Zvi-'ff122"fJ:,71 ' '1" 'W VIE S OF GALVESTON. 9 " yn, J Af' aff .- ,ik wg V .sifgg .1 6 L ix . ASL RX 4 - .Ir EEN QSM. ,- rl l K-x !- QN4 W 1 X , X 1 Q ig 1 54 A 2' , a 3 f " ' C5 X X 1 . I' x M f .61 :Th Y if l"'E Lil ' ov? -GN ,, 735 f -1+ 'f EQ nf 6 td f , if 'Q A FM M In .1 ll 1 'X bv 4 ' ,qfx PM ai X' , -. , J A M :REX 'A .lfifi X3 J 117 ul' 5, EQ fi? 'N FFR Xflixxi iff ' ,L ,fm RNA wg ,gi Zia Qian 9. X .ig X9 11 X ,K X X ?g is x 0 . '- xx N voL. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. ' 7 Q f :X', An ' ff' 1 1 ,N Q , X Hy' UA' R505 N l U 3 -v N K X .R f I Qfffnxgx .Z if Z N Q EM Student Orgamzatlons. 525511-six. W , is .. fy S . 2 X 2 M 1 -372 V 'A Q " 33 Vx' ,mfg . 'I we " I A. I A - r VOL, 14, cAc'rus. I . f :B r ,V Students' Council for I 906-1907. f"5 I OFFICERS. Q Fall Term. 8 O. V. LAWRENCE, . . . President J. C. THOMAS, . Vice-President I MISS RETTA MORGAN, . Secretary f 5' , J. H. VAUGHAN, . . Treasurer r W. T. DUNNING, Sergeant-at-Arms. it X . XX 7 Sfurilzg Term. I W. C. WARREN, . . . President. ' ROBT. NIEWSHAW, Vice-President ii G. G. CASTLEBERRY, . . Secretary 11 ROBT. J. HUNNICU1'T, . Treasurer I Q. B. LEE, . Sergeant-at-Arms fy 1 5 if UNIVERSITY MEDICAL. ' X J. I. CoLI.IER, . .... . Editor-in-Chief ' X I H. E. CONE, Assistant Editor 5 H. M. HELM, . Business Manager. Z eAcIUs. Q ' I J. G. JONES, . I j. H. VAUGHAN, .. W. B. DOUGHERTY, v A D. M. RUMPH, I 'A T. C. GILBERT, . in . Editor-in-Chief Associate Editors. Business Manager. Assistant Business Manager. -8 fo ? IX ti ' o IWW i A 3 1 1 0 'O' :fu I W. ig . f 'M Ii from gm xi i 76, . J b ii Y .4 K iw -3-"S S ' ni iiii A 3 ft ' I JN: EZ I.. I ' W, R. 373 " fi - , ' 5 1 i ' . -N.-. B 4 ,Wi M. If In N. , . V Q . .9 A tx: ,rj ,Ui I - A I . jxystx -0 bw x my Xi. K , "I . fc ' 1 6,4 491 Q - rg L ' 3 . 05 ' 'X if ' 'N H 2 ' ff' ' f . iffx ggi Ja, Jia. J w Wigs , ,LTL Q Xi 35 Q II Va i .1 ., gf QI.. Q nf? UU W J 4. feff gig. 169 QS. . X , A N 3352 .ga TI 'u LI Iii .J TTT X I I 7 ' N. ,af N.. A 1 5 1:-'lzgi "pg: ' SLR 'A '-ts- 5,195 '-ffm 'fifixx Wx. Q. A voL. 14. cAc'rus. 1907 Students' Christian Association. OFFICERS. -I. II. Y,xr'c111.xN, . . . . . President VI. A. Umm, . . . . Vice-President I- XYICLLS Ywrxu, . . Secretary and Treasurer IIISVOTIONAL COMMITTEE. J. XVELLS Yurxc. L. C. BRuwrf,jQI J. A. Onfm. MIZMBICRSI-IIP COMMITTEE. C. Z. SMITH. B. A. TURK. R. IE. DIUHNSQN. BIBLE STUDY COMMITTEE. DR. J. J. TITRRILL. -I. I. CHLLIER. J. B. Womb. . 1 9 , , . A i .I MLMBERs. uf ,J W L. C. Bnuwx. W. I'I.-XRDIN. G. O. PRIEST. 5. W. E. BVRK. R. J. HUNNICUTT. C. E. RAYBURN. 553 M. L. Bmuqmvs. D. B. JACKEUN. A. Russ. NA if J. G. BRYSUN. R. L. -IUHNSUN. D. M. RUMPH. Vg' .lg , G. H. BULLER. B. R. -Iunnux. R. C. SHANKS. lf, X, G. G. CAs'rLEnERRx'. H. H. KEY. M. SWEARINGEN. L -I. I. CULLIER. Tzms. KYZER. C. Z. SMITH. 511 j. S. COLLINS. Q. B. LEE. DR. J. -I. TERRILL. H. Ii. CUNE. HENRY INIAST. B. A. TURK. ,HW A W. Ii. CRUMPLER. Gonnux MACKEY. B. O. THRASHER. MEN' Q' T. IC, DUNNAM. Tum E. IYIANGUM. j. H. VAUGHAN. " W. B. IJm'GHEuTx'. R. E. L. MEwsH.xw. R. S. WEST. , J. L. Ifmwswx. E. H. MERRICK. N. H. Woon. fiyfvf' H. S. GANET. G. L. MuNTcmMERY. EI. P. XVUOD. H HQJIIM -I. Ii. GREEN. j. C. IYICKINNUN. W. G. WHITTINGTIUN A 14 1. M. HALL. J. A. ODUM. R. WRIGHT. - 1. C. A. HQLMES. D. B. OWENS. j. WEI.I.S Yurxc.. 4, L. I. PETER. fix ' ci' ' af' if X4 K 'PI ' I 374 if EX I, ' N . C. Y L . Q? I .1 1 LM' . N ,xxi n il-WLVX1 ,fl Iyxllx' I .2Q?i.,QRQfQ'1.,.e1XX .ff - If E . XSJMJXZ if - ' ' A" 444"'TXf N J 'A ix Fw ML Q rg, fs as Fg,ls4, 52533 'ff S as Q. 'e is If VOL 14 cAc'rus. 1907. The University Medical. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS. FDITORIAL STAFF. J I COLLIER . . . . Editor-in-Chief. H F CONF . Associate Editor. .I 1Cc'l'1'CZ'lZ C. S H MUORE Senior Class, 'o7. F B BRMILETTE, Junior Class, 'o8. G O PRIEST, Sophomore Class, 'oo. I P VVQQD, Freshman Class, '1o. Plzarmacjf. W G NVHIITINGTON Senior Class. H. S. MUNROE, Junior Class. School of Nursizzg. MRs M my F. BRITNELLE, 'o7. - l Izmz zz z'. JNO O KEMP, Ph.G., B.S. H 'XI HELVI oQ .... Business Manager. f-was - S75 1 1 5 4329? I 7 f X I Q' 'Q AQ u VI- , firm A Chg uw' X M 'Wg dpi Q SK JK' 'J .XM lgajf , "ll, mf , 'lf' I -Tl ,fix in Rf QF? 4 la X Xb K I 1 W ffl' 1 LMP rv4lJ?E1l I . .5 gl 7 Q . if X x fi 'I me .gf rp N '2- I, kuflil N , lk, ff' . Q qw 12 1 .15 l ' UA M4 9 xv. -9 A JS ce 54 1 f' V 4 I 015 , X4 X, gif. - a X, ,N 'fill 1-an Q .. Q Yr! 5 , af X M32 l fb X Q, f A2 V vol.. 14. CACTUS. 1907. g x IQ I -f x. Q ff ID , .2 w X v 1 . fn 5 gi 'T QB XM N 1543 , xv. A' Q 'X v - pi? , . 9 CE wifi ,, ig V 'X . 1 X9 'z H 0 i , X ,qx K' v 5 3 X . X, ,a 5 N W if 'zwlxsf 5 I 1. 4 Tk iff: ' 1 ,Q , Q X - if 1 f' ' - ' fs' 55 'WB f f f A x J 0 5, wi QB 1 .E w X, x 'X f Em X M nf ' ,Y cAcTus. 1907- VOL. 14. N A -F . F? If .X ,, - .I ini H W--V4-Au YW K-X, 433 q ' ': Xx A nf. 1 .Qs 5? , X Q W New .W Nx ' M 'L X : 'WN ' f XV., 0 ' "' 2 . '-xx ,X f, . ,- I 5 , Q' Q +A by f Q ,S .3 x V ' K u 2 J + X 'm Q 'H " X Xp Fx '5 'H 'T K :A L is IJ ff 3 W I V gif., . V4 .g,. ' MW r f ' " ' ' ' 1 n A lx 'Y 377 ' If I . N.. H .1 ? 'GV' , f -'f'?'.?9 M XE3Wx5J'W5W WNQW . X., N X , ' , 1 IV .' - ' ,' Y I 1 N wNfwaWJ wWWNVQQWi A x f 1. v V I , H ' KU' .r . fr" J u 9 1 "i , W m Qs xg 'Si' , 1 Ms ,ivy ' 0 X E I' 'QEYWX ,K 1907. ' ' f Q 55 . . iff g A Q ig. V574 CACTUS- !+ il E33 VCL. 14-. - CMN i PQSI1 'Z yugo . x Q X3 . , x 'A' 1 fl , b N l ff XX , 'k' Q4 5 I A A ' 'G df 5 Q 3 Q. 'QQ A , X3 V X X X1 ,X QL S fig ' ' X A ,dxv t u gl 1 x 813' 2J"Nj. 5 .xl N - M 'sy 'Nl NX . Mr , . - If 'Q xg. , 'X Q IN - .1 -! x -V PJ - ' - If ' gg, J Q . . 05.9 if J V u Axis iv ' if L N iz S Qu ww 2 1 A in -f f f ffifiefigffff QQWNQ 9. wif 'aww 42 If Q5 fr? 1' 3' img , 9 - 3 373 O 29 A dl, o D. HSAVKZJ hw f 'H , -1 NSY' " , bf ,FAUX ,U I - 5 ,djij 5, Vx' Ay!!! QA ,N AJ! 1 ? JD Q X If is 'Jn ,Jian lg-jflijvswkl Jeff ' jmax' fly ie, 1' J' J ' 'V pm! lf? 9, 'A " ' , L X NN xx f , J 1 H 9? 2 My , ' N X ,Q ew LAR? M? .. E SLR Q-EPi:"zr-J -L M53 r ,Ig 5 If . fgifxix 1.5! X 3:2 ,E ED 04, , NX, A j ,S i VOL, 14. cAcTus. 1907- ' A f .I fd. . , '3 Q J Af If 9 I v Anti-Fraternity Qrganization. A A 52' LO OFFICERS. 'A "' X' ,1 v r , L n1J L' 1 1 Full TCH11. . 3 . .. Q: D. M, RLTBIPH, , , . Pres1dent K'f N f W A ' J, F, GAMBLE, Vice-President .fbi 1,25 5 G. O. PRIEST, Secretary-Treasurer f A xx fx .V I I . K I , S XXL J. E. TIINIS, Sergeant-at-Arms Q W A 2 . 'Ni Ji Q, 1 Sfnring Tcrm. fl? +' T. C. GILBERT, . . . President ' N 9 'F R. R. ALLEN, Vice-President qi Q O ,, J. S. COLLINS, Secretary-Treasurer. . ,yin rkjjxki J. C. THOMAS, . . Sergeant-at-Arms. X - 'a X PA I A 1- A . .N y J 35 ,V . . I ROLL. X ' R. R. ALLEN. C. C. COOK. C. DOIVIINGU. .35 'Q F. E. AYCOCK. F. D. COOK. VV. B. DOL'c:uERTx' N, L. C. BROVVN. I. I. COLLIER. G. W. IfGER'l'0N. fic Aff EJNX O. J. BOMBA. O.CUSH1NG. W. C. FIOLEY. '? 'l -' 1 W. E. BURK. J. S. COLLINS. XV. D. FI.EVVELLEN. '- 5 E. BRUCE, JR. W. H. CAMPBELL. R. A. FARMER. fa i 'T X C. C. BRADFORD. G. G. CAS'rI.EIaERRx'. -I. E. GREEN. WWW I U JS: J. G. BRYSON. W. E.CRU1vIP1.ER. C. S. GATES. 5. - S. CLARKE. T. E. DIINNAM. J. F. GAMRLE. Q15 .J I .. H. E. CONE. W. A. DUPREE. T. C. GII.IiI3IlT. Z' I L F XAG I IM gf! I5 Xt dynx X- zlb M, 9 A x. X 'x 9' : Aff ll 'AAA YN I. 379 If fx ' . 3 I, ' Xb . . 'fx A A? ' ' I W I 'Sf 2.42 .ffigf Q 'E .Cf ' 17 EXW fr . A NA XA A RFEN A: ,P ,vi diy Q .f.g..i31'.,,. I I . . 9 , , -' 1 ' " ' ' .. IH "' '-' ' . . ' I 1 ' ' 1 'I-R. "I . :ff ' Jw X. fn" .dw 5-'jx fp! .49 .. if I J 1 , I Al ' 'R' .s RR I A 51 5 L f A Nl. Pj 1 Wi X ' X I - ' ' X" J 4 T. .. 'ga XT' "if 39 559 XY "M '14 N Y I fb fkglx: 315' ' 0 D . I RTT AT v OFM Vw N, A N - X X CJ . ff X N . Y.: P A .V ' I ' lx -. X X , x A 7 A X! N I : ,I - . 'tk N 55 A X AQ . . I F ,' 5: R' X 5. E94 CR M Il Til .g7'v "-935' ' ' 3' h 7' 7 3 I 5' ' . J f , I Mkx If ,T ' 'Z 'ix A- ' may S ga x ,W 'N VOL. 14. CACTUS. 19U7. ' A R. nl. HVNNICUTT. H. M. HEI9-1. C. A. HIIIAIES. W. Ii. HARDIN. RAY HARRIS. J. HARRIS. IJ. P. HIiWIST'l'. T. M. HAI,I,. L. B. JAQRSIN. -I. G. NIUNES. U. H. -IIIIIRINS. H. H. KEY. 'FIIIIMAS KYZER. -IIINAS KI'YKENI1xI.I,. S. If. RIIRAILA. O. V. LAWRENCE. J. T. LASSITER. O. B. LEE. H. R. MAST. T. M. MIIRRIS. R. Ii. L. R'IEVVSH.AXY. W. L. MEIER. IC. MIKESICA. Turns. NIANGIYM. V I H J ,, F "zz ROLL. , 'R G. L. MuN'rGuMERY. C. MIIURE. R. M. NTILNER. L. MAHAFFEY. G. MACKEY. MISS RETTA MIIR lc' I I We A1 1,4 T L. P. SMITH. 4 S. H. SPRIIIEL. I Y' C. W. SKIPPER. ., I sl, I. O. STIINE. E M. SWEARINGEN. X CAN. H. C. SMITH. I - I W. C. IXIQKYIILIIT. QI. T. SvmERVII.I.E. . I C. NICHIILS. . A. ODKBNI. .. -I. PETER. IE. P. PIIWELI.. . E. PAYNE. G. O. PRIEST. H. H. PUCKETT. C. E. RAYIIVRN. D. M. RIWIPH. VV. T. RICHARDS. A. RUSS. J I 'lx J. VV. RIIUERT. bl. G. SCIIILLINIQ. F. D. SHIPMAN. C. Z. SMITH. C. F. SMITH. A. C. SIIEATS. A - R. C. SHANKS. J. T. TIMS. Q C. C. TANNER. if -I. H. TIIQRN. ful I A. F. TALLEY. ' J. C. TIIUMAS. C. O. TERRELL. -I. H. VAUGHAN. . te IJ. B. WII.I.IAMsoN. om. A ' w ' 9 I f IH 'D gf? SAM WEAVER. W. H. WAIQREN. I , R. S. WEST. 1 I . N. H. XV1DiDDS. -I. P. VVIIODS. -I. W. YIIUNG. , W. G. YIIIIENS. 1.5 -. J I J II' .ig P. I. 'Y if , S T L5 IIIXAITM ff I U M .49 .fu , 1' ?- , X . L I M .W - . ,'. . II R Q lg y. w ii hz V I f... - 5 . . E,-A . I I I ' 4 f D5-' 4 -I - , J -I . f r ,N Q X ""' Kflgnnf' W' -' Lf1l.'I'557'i ' ' 045 i gg sg , -1 -E K ,: dv :J 380 - I eff w If- A TT .3 'A F3 '41 .ics , A A 4029, , -13 1, ,gap In A W. -74? I-gl-,Q I I I It 2-Tjfxl .. if 1 A I fi 'M QYNE TXQ .J ' I' W vigil Q! r x A xXN Iliff X Mx I 'QS X 0 - : ' 'NX XLP NN NX f W N h --N .f i s W F .110 4 D x 40,1 - 1 VOL, 14, cAc-rus. 1907. N Y . f f A vy , W M ,ypm x . I , .fx ,J Ss v 1 Q my A Xxg, ' 'fe 1 : 133 , I X1 my rl if YS W WWE Kun .X 1, Q ' I' num . , . -5 f NP 9 ff' 'o x E Xa ' ' Mx .f X- -A f H' X ICQ !ffN39 7? 4' 1, f Tw 'J . M '-X , X N5 TWX x I fi-gjqk in . V 5' Qignbi-' t 9 JL 6 I 'x 9 :bl 47 1 ' - x: - 4: jg , fb W ff -1 2 x Q ' 'D C'-' -f! '- K - m 'X-' ft' wwmwmwwwf if 'K Z,fff'4f gf-4" ' NZZEX r' 51' 'fs' mug' me -' . eel Jn- - u 3-sf, -Q N tf . 3 'iifligi X We I f Q in 'E , - l 1 I' W VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907: lf' . fi 4 if A 'ii , fa 'tix XX If Y' No fffil lQ I K r , ' 'I A W The Doctor s Dream. K ' 'z Last evening I was talking "I have got a place to show you, 'kb' With a doctor, aged and gray, It 's the hottest place in Hell, Al, M Who told me ol' a dream he had, VVhere the ones that never paid you XII I think 'twas Christmas-day. In torment always dwell." I 1 v 6 xl, 4351 Xvhilg Snoozing in his Office And behold the doctor saw there Ml" lu ,Y The Vision Came to Vievv, His old patients by the score, Q : For he Saw an angel enter' And grabbing up a chair and fan, ff? B 7 X39 Dressed in garments white and new He wished fO1' I10thlUg mme? Said the angel, HI im from Heaven But was bound to sit and watch them IG 1 The Lord just sent nie down AS they would 812212, Smgei and .If X9 To bring you up to Glory burnt 'Q And put on vom golden Crown. And his eyes would rest on debtors I, - ' Xkfhichever way they 'd turn. J "0 "You 've been a friend to everyone Q ,d h li UC I A "AJ-fx: And worked hard night and d21Y3 X aght C vanglf ' lome On' C Octorf, 4' -, X You have doetored nianv thousands, en S t 6 peari gates' I See' , EB A V . V ' v Y But the doctor onlv muttered: - A . nd from few receix ed xour pm. , , , - Q1 ' ' " lihls is Heaven enough for me." ,N X ffl V H H- . , , - , . 5? we Want lou up m Glow' Ile relused to go on further, "' L' ,, V POI You IWW labofed hafdi But preferred to sit and gaze 5 is And the good Lord 15 Pfellffmg At that crowd of rank old dead-heads '- X our eternal, just reward. AS they lay there in the blaze. A xx ' X '- Q fix , . - J L u X 111011 the angel and the d0Qt0r liut just tllefl the ClOCtOl"S office ClOCl-I EJ Started up toward Glory's gate, Cuckooed the hour of seven, -,V e But when passing close to Hades And he awoke to hnd himself I . . . .Zsffiwiiilk '1 he angel murmured: UXVEIII. In neither Hell nor Heaven. i , X 3 'J Sf -cuipn-11. gg' 5, WX f f ,lil 1552 it en 1 di 1 , 'ii ll 7,8 17 f v - X, . k ,ft I ' . -i, . -1 I P- VQ9 if Q - new sv' ' '53 .ff-E' . ,r 'Y' 95 fy, 1 ' ff YQ N I fi qtJ,' A71 qbr, lv' if l ,Iii ,-:iw .9 .,,,, 'f IA' ' I , '- . ,l' 6 LW -If-.M X 'A e' J" 'JWAJX Kid,-fx ' 5 'K 'r . 1 , f, V '. 14 CACTUS. 1907. ' i fi 'nz 123 U' i1 6 ,f .AJ ll! 'Juli-LQ: 6.522 "Pi " ll Hilfiilrvgd 'T in , N 55 xx 6-2, 2845? 7 wg J Q71 .fp ? N! . KC-fr X NSE ' ,ff l - -W I U' 0- - af " is X Q-,iw 2 "3 ' Xx x lp 'X 1 f X ff! JQQ .limi fix ,S f ,s ' x pw 1 M r ffnb 1 fn ,- , jk f r ,K- V f., Q x 4 , H QJQSQ . W 5 U15 if Q, ,, ' 'X' 1 A Q ,J A 4 ' W ' h a5'f 'XQQ L5 Xl f,f5'-SGW". . A N ,' f"'xf 2 N 'ww M , 'FY 'x x ffq NU K 'f iw . N , iv yu r, -I Efyqpx , fl uf X g -3 ,. A? . L A 5 K ,fic ' flfn V " XL' I 1 fd X lr' ly P, x I f X 1 ', ' HS C92 AIN? 3 f1',9.l9i-5 g. 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A I I il I mc, gy ' ' 4 ! x I . a E I 'vi 'B I Q '3. fr Q' ! . 53 r Q1 lib ! I 5 :iq i F.. L F ' in Aa i by xx- Xi . N 5 1 'P .dbx- 'P N 9 X X gl, . J 5 .XI . rv .p YA l -I v VOL, 14, CACTUS. 1907. The Qther Side. FROM SAM BRANDON TO His OLD ROOM-MATE, BOB MATTHEWS. GALVESTON, TEXAS, October 23, 19o5. DEAR BOB,-I guess you think I have treated you like a ward patient by not replying to your last letter in decent time, but really I have been so busy straight- ening up and "doning things " that I have not had time to write to you before this. You have no idea how we have missed that ugly mug of yours in last year class old man. It seems a poor fate that will let a man's health fail before his last ear. y Ye gods! but you are missing a lot of hard stuff. If it were not for the oc- casional spectacle of a Freshman making a fool of himself, our sense of humor would die from pure inanition. Of course, there is always the old joke about the Freshman telling the Provost what an unkind act it was of him not to cash the said Freshman's check, but one wearies of laughing at that during four years. I accidentally overheard a Galveston girl talking about medical students the other day on the street. The part I heard was: "I wonder if there are really any nice men out there at the Medical College. I 'm sure there can't be." Say, can you blame us for not liking these people when they think that way about us? I wonder if they believe that a medical student is a missing link in Darwin's chain. That girl was pretty good-looking, and I am going to meet her and make her sorry for it if it takes me the whole year. Tell you about it when I meet her. If I had more time, I would tell you what she looks like. However, you may supply all the description on your own hook, for I don't care. Revenge! Ta ta. SAM. FROM Miss EMILY HARRINGTON TO Miss LoUisE FEALY. Tlznrsday. DEAR LOUISE,-I have been lonesome since you went away. VVhy don't you quit visiting and come back when I want someone to talk to so much? You can't guess who I was talking to the other day on the street. Do you remember Maud Roberts, whose brother is a doctor in Philadelphia? She is down here for the winter, and seems to be quite foolish about the medical students here -the ones we used to call the 'tbone-jugglersf' you know. I can't think that any of them are nice, can you? for they must be perfectly barbarous to cut up dead people. Ugh! I shiver at the very thought of it now. VVe jarred one of them yesterday. He was tall and looked harmless, too, and Maud said he stared at us so funny. I know I would have been afraid to look at him. Oh! I wonder if he could have heard me saying I didn't think there were any nice men out there? The beast! if he did, he knows what one thinks anyway! I'm going with Maud to a reception at Dr. Gleason's to-night, so I guess I had better stop writing now and get ready. I don't see how such a nice man as Dr. Gleason could ever have been a medical student. , Good-bye dearie and do come home to your lonelv EMILY X K V EJ 1, ,sdfg 15 QQ .fx ,ia , , , - . 385 X - .1 ' 'J " . 1 Q . ' .- 1: .. ix . - , iff' to f . in ffm N 1 fi J .fi fig, it iff! JP' 'N .wif .Q I Kai' iff 'ZH -1. 45 Q .MQ .M Q , QU if x AJ 1 QM Q 'Q ffl. Q, , 'A ,Q Wa l4'X .f....,, lil - N 2 W1 'x L4 N f A S3 4, ll!! X f 4 Q cgi: QR! ' .Fil X A. 9. SW filly' 1,31 .S N r fi- rl 1 255 fx .fri Q, Zgffgnax 9 'X Q'X if' J Af MEIN ,itll X, nfs 54 I ik git! .if sb '45, 'S 3 ex' if re 1 , , 525 : t Q 2? X S W4 . -it I r --1 f' if 'il ffl iii . .- ,5 fp I I qllli 4 ,X . 'x lil. X. ,I it UV A '15 7"f0?f ff? 'D 459 I Jas' I , F""?1't QNX Rx, 15, 48 W :X . , ,, '21 -W . Wig. VOL. 14. CACTUS. - Satzmlajf. Inna BOBIBIIZ,-'IllllS, in the shape of an extra note, will be somewhat of a surprise to you, as the cause of it was to me. I am sure playing in luck, for I met that girl of whom I wrote you. I went to a reception at Dr. Gleason's, because I want to pass in Gyneg and I am hanged if I didn't meet her before I had been there half an hour. Her name is Harrington- Iimily Harringtonnand she is better looking than I thought. It will be more interesting to make her sorry now. I wonder how the little girl at home would take it if she knew what I am going to do with this one. Anyway, no matter what I do here, you and I know what I think of the little one at home. I found out that Miss Harrington saw 'tThe College Widow" when it was here- and asked her if she noticed what the girl in the show said: "Don't have nothing to do with no students." She will have occasion to remember that some time. So long. More news later. SAM. P. S.-I forgot to say that I am to call next Tuesday. Szzmlay. IJEARIE,-The funniest thing happened the other night at Dr. Gleason's. I met him-you know, that medical student that I told you about. He is real nice, too, and his name is Brandon. They call him Dr. Brandon, but he said he was only a Senior, as if it were nothing at all to be a Senior. I wonder if he heard me that time, for he looked at me so straight that I am afraid that I blushed from thinking of it. His eyes are black and seem to look right through you and make you show what you are thinking about. He didn't try to make me think that medical students were nice, and I think that was nice. He asked me twice if I went to "The College VVidow," and even wrote that thing about "don't have nothing to do with no students " on one of his cards for me. I don't think he is at all conceited about being almost a doctor, and I am sure he is nice, or he would not be at Dr. Gleason's. He is coming to the house Tuesday, and I am all in a flutter about it, just as if I were a country girl expecting her beau. I do hope he will be nice. But how foolish of me to talk that way! A thousand kisses for you. I wish you were here. EMILY. Tuaniay Niglzi. r. h. I - , 45 ' I l IJ15.xREsT I4tJI'ISIf,'fIlII'. Brandon just left a few minutes ago, and I want to tell you that he was nice. I ani sorry we ever thought they were so bad, for he acted ff J ' 'X : just as nice as could be, and I asked him if he remembered passing us that day on at A me the street. He looked at me in that funny way of his so long that I was badly 3 Q frightened before he answered: "How could I help seeing you, Miss Harrington? Because we are medical students you must not think we don't enjoy seeing an Al my occasional ray of sunshine. Indeed we enjoy it more from being where suffering P3 ff. ' is." lVasn't that sweet of him? ,qs lx ' I am afraid I answered something silly, for he laughed and said: "Oh, 110. if I1 NVQ' are taught that it is better to always be frank with a patient, even though it may frighten him a little." KA: I am so disgusted with myself for making him think me such a ninny that I pf I Aim don't know what to do. It must have sounded to him like I was a little old 291909 shoe topeskirted girl lishing for compliments. If he hadn't looked so earnest and 1 A, ' df, 'M 'X , gf. NX 07 i ' 386 . A . A V ' UZ. 3 . n :H ' , 1 Qmf' ,f t mtgily if ya Na+-.Q .DF as ,., ,765 W J 'le I 1 I s. .if 'V f. vi Qi' ' NIJ-AX. Y i 9 Sxafv , fy I f ' A, qll 051' . W! . X ill.. - If . JW N. 'ruff ' uv .gli of I ' 165 X 1 907. R gl I If eff I S C 1 1 D l 'if' ,1 gf If L NA 'fix s 6 ef i l iff K if I . l f .5 ll rx: n s 0 fi-, A I i A 6 NL ' JF R . Q TN ll- I 5 X . I X Ns a . I F 63: :f -F3 V ,, IAXX 4 N, 1 'P .nil M. ,A l' X , If il. . K KP . Q - fx V , I l ns: F x . .14 m Y ' ,av E. : 315 , ,st ' , J- ' 1 ,Q is n -r-'Ll-E: -15 h -:Ji-T 5.42953 -it S Wit n ,Q J Wi J.. tix, ff IR a ff N Xi ' xXN wif' X ,XS I I 3 43.0-fax: 1 ,NX I VQL, 14, CACTUS. 1907. truthful, I would have thought he was being sarcastic, for he certainly can be that, Louise, as I have cause to remember. And he needn't have taken it up so quickly then, either. When I said that most of the medical students were from the country, his eyes snapped so beautifully, though, that I was almost glad I made him do that way. Oh, yes, his uncle used to go to school with Papa. Isn't that nice? It seems like I have known him always, for it is more or less of a relation for one's father to go to school with another person's uncle, isn't it? Mercy! I didn't know I had sat here so long. It 's after twelve o'clock, and I must run away and dream about-you, you dear old chum. His eyes looked so soft and nice when he said good-night. EMILY. lfl'vt'l1llL'Sll'll,1f. DEAR OLD MAN,-Things are coming my way with Miss Harrington all right. When I called that evening, I learned that her fvatur went to school with Uncle George, so of course we became very good friends right now. By jove! I did mortally make good with the old man-so much so that I can scarcely see the girl Without running onto the old duffer. I wonder if he would be so friendly if he knew why I liked his family so much. "Revenge is sweet! Aha, the vil- lain! I have found ye at last!" r She acted positively silly the hrst time I went over there, and I felt a little like a bear playing with a kitten. However, the kitten can scratch, for she gouged the fellows about the way they go around town. And that time I came near giving myself away by saying that Galveston was so up to date that it didn't have to follow fashionsgit set its own pace itself. But these Galveston people are so thoroughly satisned with themselves that she could not have seen a thing out of the way in that, I am sure. Really old man, it 's like taking candy away from the babies to play with this girl, and I am becoming ashamed of myself. Keep on telling me what they think of us, so I won't forget my duty. Say, I 'll bet the supper for the old crowd, at any time and place you say, that I kiss her before I have known her a month. I have only about a week to do it in now, but we got to the telephone stage about two weeks ago, and to the "Emily" and "Sam" stage last week. I 'll Write you again when I can tell you how our bet came out. SAM. 1'il'Z.tI'tl:V. DEAR Bon,--I win the bet all right, and will have two other fellows along with us at supper. Confound it! this game is growing more distasteful all the time. I heartily wish I had never got into it now, for I 'll be damned if it isn't a K fig JK as '- 9 1 fs Sy ii.. ,a " ,Q tm NZM, 4: 1, My re , - 1- W1 x i f Q9 'a X I hlllil if dew I I v ie- .' ll ll " rl, 'gk 'I , ' xii Mlfll shame for a man to treat a girl so, no matter what the excuse. I am so ashamed J X of having done as I said with the girl that I won't tell you how I did it-I can't, ,ag L confound it! and hold my head up again. I 'm almost tempted to blame part of it 53 it on her for being so easy to handle, but that would look too infernally cheap for I Q even a cad like me. I am so sore I can't write any more about this. So long. H iff n SAM. fl Q, ig, "M it f-ful A, X 337 ef .fl I ' A ix if I I itil? filly' A E ."'.? 4" Arg K 'Ai-9, , lf, 'L 5, aaa frilly, px 'e X X as iv 0' ! If . ,X J X .ii nfvm, f .ef r 3 I 5 I 1 n ll ily If I 7 . 1 X, P 0 -Xjixx: , X 0 fl y XX ,4 VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1901 Su nday N ight. DEAREST LOUISE,-I am going to make my Sunday letter to you a long one, even if I set up all night, for I have so much to tell you. I am so happy to-night that I can hardly sit still. Oh, I wish you were here! so I could cuddle up to you and tell you all about it. Isn't it wonderful to think that I have known Sam only a month and now I am so very happy because I do know him? And to think I didn't think they were nice out there! He is so sweet and good and sensible, dear, and I can feel a warm spot where his lips touched mine now. Oh, there! I have told you all in a breath, but I love him so much, dearest, and it didn't seem at all improper when he kissed me. It was such a beautiful moonlight night on the beach, and we were walking along not saying a word. I don't know why we were walking so close together, unless it was because we seemed all alone, and with no one but us in the world. And I don't know why my hand didn't pull away when his touched it. I only know that I felt happy with my hand in his and with him looking down at me as we walked. I don't know how far we had gone that way when his hand tight- ened ever so little, and he said: "There is an old log over there. Shall we rest a little while? " I was hoping we would go on as we were forever, but I did manage to say: "Yes. It looks inviting enough for us to rest." When we sat down he looked at me in his own dear way so long that I became frightened and began twiddling with my fingers. After I had begun thinking he was never going to say a word, he leaned over and whispered: "Little girl, why don't you look up?" ' I couldn't help it, Louise, I had to look up, even though I was .vo ashamed of myself. I couldn't keep from thinking how much I liked him, and my eyes felt so queer when I looked up that he must have noticed it. I am sure he must have felt that I did love him, for he took me in his arms, and-Oh! how can I say it, Louise?-I raised my lips to meet his, and he kissed me so softly that I almost thought he had not done it at first. And it was so sweet to snuggle up close to him and put up n1y lips to be kissed, for I knew he belonged to me, and it was sweet to give him everything. But I must stop writing you such silly nonsense, even if you are my best friend and it is about the one I love so much. Sam is just as sensible as he can be, dearie, for he said he didn't believe a student should ask a girl to marry him till he was able to take care of her-he should wait till he got out of school. I think so, too, because there is no telling what might happen, and besides I-the girl, I mean-can wait as well without , being engaged. Q ' 2 , I am so happy to-night, darling, that I couldn't sleep if I went to bed, but I ,C Q, mustn't bore you with such a long letter. I love him! Ilove him! By-by. L P y EMILY. ll! '1t"i A ., X .ilfll-'ll 31, 1906. Q WA' up DEAR I,oUIsE,-'just a short note to-day to tell you how excited I am. Sam's 's . QQ commencement exercises are to-night, and I just feel that he 's coming to ask me fb' ,, X after they are over. You know what I am going to say when he comes, too, don't you, dear? I know I have written you a lot of silly things about him for G54 nearly a year, but you must not care, because you will be in love some day your- f'yi self. Hope it will be soon, too, so you may know how nice it is. I wonder how he will look when he asks me, and what he will say. I am fri ' happier toeday than I ever was in my life. I wish it were evening and he were V -I here. EMILY. . dl I "Ili l R 388 if is g , J , ' .. A .4-1-f fe? J .N a ' I X Xi V ' j l ' i X ,' ' I 1 rl i if r 2 fx. ....Mf, Z? 'ff-'rw rifsil fx he I -g. J 5 . ,pix L. -1? .. 48 divx?-4 L ggvgsx, -'1 N :L f. XQ ' 1 XX Flay- X X X !B . : I 'XX lmf: jj ' . . I VOL, 14, cAc'rus. 1907. I' l I A , ' .May 31, 1906. I, H DEAR BOB,-Old man, it 's all over now, and I feel as if I ought to be shot. ii 1 4 I wrote Emily a long letter this afternoon, and explained it all. I 'm the most fr X' cowardly yellow dog that ever lived, for I know that she expected me to-night g fl ' after the commencement exercises and she 'll get that letter instead-I sent it 'J by messenger. I y I weakened this morning, old man, and made a miserable attempt to play My half square and stand by the trouble I had started. I flipped a coin-heads, I , ' I ask her to marry meg tails, I leave town to-night. Do you remember that old I A coin of mine I used to have that never would drop tails? I got that out and threw it up with my eyes shut, when I looked it was sitting there-tails! Bob, 1, I can't describe how relieved, and yet how common and low, I felt when I saw that l. old eagle. u I I X I tried to excuse myself in my letter to her by saying that I thought she was 1 'N putting me up a tree, when any fool with half sense could see that it wasn't so. I I told her, too, what I had overheard in her conversation that day on the street, 5 and I reminded her that I had warned her about not having anything to do with gil , a student. I wish I had never started into this thing, or I wish that I either loved IL her or that she was fooling me. ' I am out on to-night's twelve-thirty train. I hope she forgets. ' SAM. T l - X : . xy 0 1 Q 'P I , I X T' . 1 I x p Q .Sf J. if? M. , X: .P - , 11 I ' . , " " YQ n 389 fa W' ' A . 'V 5' Q -'W' QQ: Wm? it tftigf' '1T"?'E i QW F N we f' ' fl ' ffm ff KW. . 4 if is ,Jw 'X .M Af QT? AWN -71.21 - J N. ,- Hb N .ff .fist it ,fi In ,, A Us X x X ff-X Q 424 :J-' - '40, .jg . r W .ls I X... Lvsq f if I 1 r I, lil r '4 7' 3 tv W. x DJ, 9 .1 " l, , uv J 1 ,- cg l f I .- - ff A L s ffm ,l gis , XL Q J r xr .W ffm Q X1 ,j, .1 ' . A3 ,QNX ,. fam ,jf Y. - 1 " v -, : Ma . Yan .V ,Bl it JH r as jf ITN, ,.ff'4, ,s 51+ ff flfiy R3 4' 1 ci! 1, I , f 'i M. as , Q 'mf Ci x - '7 fl if fl 7.5353 ,fa 'Q 7 Rf M v.. Lx "1 fa J' 1' ii W ,I Xu, S if, ,515 'x if ' C-lffvqil 'J f',V1f 'G .5 1. FJ Qffg 1776! ii ii i f - : 135 X Q.. ,, f. are 7 ly pw- 1, fl. J. ,r , is fi 12' f f x .- Tk we ,1 ,ff ,nr fs . VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. ' The Reason Why. Since the reason you would know VVhy druggists always go Out of sight with your prescription, I will try to give description. Listen as I sing a ditty Of a druggist in our city By the name of Henry Hank, With a drug-store by the bank. Henry's store was quite a wonder, Full of every kind of plunder: But, just for prescription work, Swore he 'd never hire a clerk. 1 Had a boy attend the door, W'ash the windows, scrub the floor Henry waited on the trade, Man, woman, child, and maid. VVith prescriptions 'twas his wont To compound them out in front: No concealment in his place: "Ain't afraid to show my face." One day to his place of drngs Came a friend, old Silas Scruggs, XVith a formula for a cough: XVanted it put up "right off." Then began a conversation Of a somewhat long duration On the weather, politics, VVhile the drugs were on the mix. Henry got off a good joke, Scruggs' ribs did gaily pokel Stopped a postage stamp to lick, Came back with the arsenic. Then in came a pretty girl: Henry left things with a whirl: She would but a moment linger: VVanted salve for a sore finger. go Next, Scruggs must a story tell, And it 's true he told it well. Henry laughed and held his side Laughed and-put in bichloride. VVith the medicine and cough Scruggs, quite happy, wandered off. "Saw it put up: know it 's right"- Took a dose and died that night. In six feet of earth they planted Scruggs on ground that 's surely haunted. Widow got a good insurance: Henry's life is now in durance. For the people wrathy rose, Said: "One druggist we 'll enclosef Put poor Henry in a cell, VVhere he waits electric hell. Think our druggist was to blame? 'Twas a man of Scruggs by name. He would talk to the dispenser, And his poor soul has gone hence, sir I might spin this out much longer, But I couldn't make it stronger, And this ditty, quite extensive, Shows why "water 's so expensivef Simple drugs, like soda water fWith frumenti for a quarterl, We dispense in open place, Where you see the clerk's bright face. I,'Ifm'nz'. Back behind the case you 've cursed VVorks a man in drugs well versed: Working hard and silently, Thus insuring accuracy. W-C10f7I'z'4f. 1 a 3 J 'SX SQ I f '1 1 J l Rv 5, it X v cf 5 if mfr f I 'ff ri, -x ff ln r v S . '1 0' f L 1 y I " l l 2 ji f' 4 115 . I -1 x -' .5 H M74 W Q, 19 -7 ggi . x.L,.,-- - i ' I "' Jdtijf ' Q? aging: 'ix ra, .Avi a if sa fa f I fiat 'diese 'T , ,Sf ew -N , Q lgimix "if 3941 2 QQZQX 4v"x' W S Xl 'X 4 I vol.. 14. CACTUS. Xl v 5 'x E rfb" A Q ' x Mkt E 4 5' XJ ry XS, I A 4 L . NAB NS I JM, ,A 11 " Xl L : F Q59 6 WW A R3 1 X4 I J R I Q 'Q laik .. KAW X Q 15 :REQ y .3 Ix v X X , x ,Q I 'f '1 N Li ,X 1- ,. X, B if P ag VM SLN: x +5 M v' . 291 F5 if , ..,- H ff' ,. ,4:PwF32f ,HH9 WN V MQ f , :v :pl 9 il f r A, A E 0, I y . , 4 In 1 f,,. if . S yrjlkgx' I fp I JDJ N ar! if L9 -'I' Aj l ,-L 1907. 4 if L NX x' W' if ff? X 4 -S K v Us 3 P21 M W5 1 Q :fu X x ff' ' gf' X51 1' ,Q Wy fu fig? fg ,Q M Wi ' q I qi X, f X 1,41 I, ,4 J S 1 Ly, N -.ff w, ff J My : ki , -S! 5 :fc r if X fffdfix X5 FQ E+' x 47 .Z Q F? KSN :fin - :.y- S11 42, 60 .. F4 .F . A , at J. 1 . lgLiX5NLx: n f 1,1 ':t 7: " IS xx, X , K 3 l . 'AX .2 ffkf! , 4 X 5 I5 F -T f vm X xx J t a' 'Q -'S in VOL- 14- cAc'rus. 19o7' If . N if V , ' X2 v 'gy 'yiffld ' -A Yr 'Y 114:-E10'J!V? I, . 1 1 r f 6. Xxx. D ggi 4 6 1 .1 of ff - Dv? ,qt O J J .U 1 7Tla f '- J W- , T7 I? 'Liv " "Rfk 1 9- Egg ' rf "P X TQ- HQ i. " V- 4-3"Ql5V"w .5-,iii - . S - . ..A" z f- K. - 2?-A sf X 5' "1 -fS'i:Qw, f-fx 9 if fd aff. V- A " ' .Jr -S ' " f- ' X .251 'i 2:5 -1""92.'f'3-9 ' "Q" -1 ' ' M 1 2,1753 , 1 ,xl 1,17 , Zgzjggx. .. XX : 4111-F MM F- A ., A kr x- V ' A-5-. -1-Z::.-I-- u F- -. ' - i - ,,-.X , X ,L " X K- Q ' Fi H N' ,.,g9D A ' - .-- -.Ae--f --w i - X 5 A ' ' gf' l X rv , "-' -: ' Q2 - 49'- .5 ii X A, XX D, - SX 7' ff -K -Egg , ' "' 'fSf3i2.-,QQ 5 i 'li tl fsx Q- 94- 2 4 'F Q4 - +f +,1.-P If X Y A - 5i ff k X I r X -X, L x -'-Nllghmx D 2 - Q gli. Q77 IM? Qnlc GTGU6 gwd, FJ X . I X ? 'W L. 5,4 5. - x - r do f 4 Z9 J x,. fwfr M -FSU D lgidfyf 4, ff 1 ,f I 393 jf J . 1 rag . P - .Ax rf R 5' Q SHOW fri .ff"i53' 2 WE' S ' K X N N HW' ' I vip? '3 h X fl 'fy dfkhf-JX.v .Nfk -f f If' '24 T4 ' MYQ 'MC' 1' '- 'W - if ' - PD " 'X M0 " 9 A . ff .fl JIJX. ' " N gum- 1.153 sLw :-vig., ,L ,E 5. 1, J as it i ik N . . . . i. YQ ff? X 'Zig-'xxx fri? La : '25 X 54,4 r '. NJ l. . l ll . l. '20 VOL 14. CACTUS. 1907. King of the Hall club.-.skfppen Let me sell you one.-Bohn. Please let me aloneg I 've -been taking medicine.-Kemp. 'A Three hundred pounds of possibilities.-Callaway. It ' R , Specialists on Dermatology-Skipper and Wardlaw. "' -' If you have tears to shed, prepare to shed them now.----Pafh. Lecture. ff. l 1 - x No office so humble but that is better than none.AA. B. Lee. Q X ' I don't want none of your tomfooling.-jackson. His manner of walking is naturalg no man could acquire such a gait! my judkms. .fs J He can't tell the right spleen from the left.iDuprcv. 6,3 . JEL, ' . . -U yfxx A lion among ladies. Helm. 6, 1 . ' "2 mx: A STRANGE COINCIDENCE. f g k Dogs rapidly became less numerous in a certain neighborhood, and Richards ' ana' . was found to have an extra allowance of spending money soon thereafter. ' . ' 5 Swearingen and Hill were not so successful. 'ff '5 ' 'Tis a fact, as you say.--Dr. Sappington. If 1, if l DR. GRAVES fto patient at clinicj: What did you come to the Hospital for? r PATIENT: To get cured. If S-Pl DR. RANDALL: "What does syrup of wild cherry smell like?" if N I GILBERT: Onions. -' ' 1, ,X " A FRESHMAN PRESCRIPTION. -' 3 R. Hydrogluii peroxide, O. 1. S i Vacuum caps., q. s. f 'I . SIG.-Apply as directed. Odom has been doing research work in Anatomy and Bandaging this year. In the former he has demonstrated the advantage of inflation in the study of the A H9 liver: in the latter, has shown the efficiency of gauntlet bandages applied to the ff IRA patient's head. Q ,J -4 Meier plays the innocent to perfection. He told Dr. Randall that the only ,jp "gin" he knew anything about was a machine for the separation of cotton seed MA img from the lint. . xxx , in Xi' 393 gf 3 N L' , ?!'?' 7K4 47,5 J S - A ik ,U - ."? Y ' , , Q, ,. ' We WR wtf 'tis mel We ft re .af 11.11. will ti filelxl . fX . u 2' , 1 .2 Y-L L 'X 47' Ffa f ,. , 1,1 jf J fi 1... 1 Pan Y 'W if N .V ,il W R V. . .li X X X D4 i f we ef 'r in :U 5: fi g, tix ,. Q a 5..,,Z,3 J ' 'S We f X von.. 14. cAcTus. 1907 A very popular doctor at the Hospitalf--l.a1w'wzce. ff' ill! K XQQQ Huvelle took a lecture in junior Obstetrics, in the ventro-prone position, ' A i behind the railing. A ffpp He made a diagnosis of round worms by abdominal palpation--and pre- IT' X scribed santoniii.-Skzjvfncr. tv W A To my horror, I have cut the vagus.-Dr. Tlzompson. L L QQ Private lessons given on any subject. Personal supervision.-Kvmjv. ' 'Z Who will take a mimeograph copy for fifteen cents?gBoIzn. XVhy do they call me "Sport Hicks"P-Mmztgmfzery. Ev axes: Let Roaten suggest your health resort for the summer. X I say-I want to say a little something about sleep.-Dr. Rouse. w E Two incidents without parallel in the annals of the history of this institution: ' '71 During the past session Dr. Paine was fifteen minutes late one time, and Dr. X Lawrence was on time the next morning. . V Gp His smile, the cherub smile of innocence.-Collier. 9 W n' Old siiQik..wDUm. id' n 1 - q 1 1 f' l How is that with you? Oh-er-ah! -Iudkms, did you get the point ?aDr. X X i Paz'm'. gig How poor are they that have not patienttsj !-Smzior illcdx. 1 . rf N . . ly, ll' 2 A No, kid, that 's all they are: 'tain't no more. But here 's some ot the pure If Qi -IQVZI.--Srllll. L. 5' AV If he died of pyemia, say sofellr. Carter. 5 is fjygwx ,Il'LI,x Tnoxms Cmeeting Dr. Thayer on stepsj: Hello, Freshman! ' I x XVhere, O where is my little dog gone ?aATw'rcll. 'v . ufm' L The father of his Cl2,lSS--ClllA'lII.lIf1. fl . 4: lib 3, X ' IDR. TQANDALLZ "What does tartaric acid come from?" fi Ifrzlismiixx XVARRENI "The bark of a tree in Brazil." viii I KIND LADY: "Why are you no larger, my poor man?" If X' Mowers: "Whye whyaael have a stomach complaint." V A al 7 304 if , is " F5 ' N . ff' A ,azxgef , -1 fav- C .. -5- ti Xi' lf' ' J' J Wi . mist'-3 -f' 4, xiii, 'mi ' . gf ,N , if ,pf ,A pgizjqri qfflmix. I Q-J? - lf ' . W' X ,in-ff he W I A f- ff A f fl? QXTNJQQY wwf PN 1 -r 45 I' I i :ew '1-" , -1 o ,img ry I ' N J JN ,K i 'N' I I , ' fx is i 17' 'Il VV u l XXX 12215, X XS I f, 13418 : I 'xx Q2 f. KX vol.. 14. cAcTus. 1907. Q i, I Y.- -- -.-- W - aa a a .asc as . a+- QQ N, f li i ft, A "dad burn" good-looking fC1lOVV.YBllCkl'lCI'. ,, 5 'QP Gates woke up one night and said: "Terrell, old man, is it still today?" I y ---joke. I -A a . a A ' DR. TERRILI. Cin Path. Lab.j: Hliirkham, have you anything like this JJ It . I H specimen in your normal make-up? 1 I X tl , IXIRKHAM: gNO,SlY.', 4 'E "M 'G .- DR. TERRILI.: "Well, it 's a section of brain." I l FRESHMAN tin Houston an muh' to Galvestonl: "Do you suppose I 'd better mfi X wire Dr. Carter to nieet me at the 'depot'P"--".lImzty." X .4 FoR SALE.-Anything between El Paso and Galveston. These two places reserved, as they are my home towns.-Helm. ' DR. MoRR1s: "Is the stomach acid or alkaline? Give test." 2 -5 'VJ M DoUGHERTx': "Lay litmus paper on the tongue." . fl Ni l X . X Be careful, shrimpsg hthe Campbells are coming." X . Ng ' Glycerine taken internally forms nitro-glycerine.-illast. 'fl 'N Diamonds and clubs are my hobby.AWa0d. P9 . Q1 '7 . I knew that before I studied Pharmacy.-Bullvr. 1, J5 ' lax The world is my friend.-j. DV. Young. , X Tw ? jg, .ir .- yr y X. El ily J I' N g 3 ,, .4 ,V M l .I I x-1. - pq fl, -f , Q 3 gs: f. X ' nil ,J X? A 4 Q EF- eg :X I ' - 'VQKSX 'A 'Z pi 6 . L Tm wk N :W 1 ,c F X y D. A95 If iw 1 . A ' - I .. -I f - -2 Ref- .U-ew J X K LQLQ:-9 5114 I- .W . I V f I ff' . f A rf WWQ fflil L y iff ' . wb' X Q5 I Li' ,af ,I I yfymxig X :AJ :fl ,, 5 A bw M ww' ff Q 1 4: ,fwx , X M .- 24,2 ' ,I-JK N ' IL, .-K pfz-gx ' X ' W 'Y sg 5 K J ' s - - ' MNA 5 ' 7 i by 1 1 J . 4LfX'4SxNs X 'L' - ' f 'S p,fTT,j fy, :mln 'fx,1A bLxXx .RW lmgvk g J 1 Q , , A M , ,f ff '11 1211-VXI? fm-X ,f 1 A XY' ' ' 'Cf M ,Z ig.. Lv lf V 5 9 M X six Dt: - , - . X - X .S VOL.V14. C,niQ?T Ui Am 1907t Z Ny. ff Y ,g, ,f L- , WX W , 9 A If -2 fi . 4 J 1 . -7- A xiii - J XL 1 10 11 I u if 'A Nl l Q Q2 I 'Ffa 5 , 'ff - 5 u, ' Qff iff 2 fir 'cf W. ' ' N9 1 . A9 1, -x ix. r LAK73 V3 S gb ly. N A 1 X Lf 5' XJ W QQ Q gv xl f 17 f l I L :J ,-1 'w Xp A + ww Lf ,w if , ff - 1 av d 1, , f Mm , MQ A xlj ff A - :Eff f fs ll '96 f- 1 n- 0 V fx? g 0 V J N . A - 4 5: f X" qs ,ar f X f N J " 'lil' f'A"??, Cv 11 TQ ,yfiijgk 'img ' if " 'Ti' QWQ3 My N f f 47 'f ' W .1 .ff ffiuw A ' --'ef I rv X Q W N ww .W 1 K 9 ffsfxx' Zfx ,M 'du tx: 5- ' X I M N M 0 -K 4 9 VOL, 14, cAc'rus. 1907. D x 39 , N Q55 X U Fei , il X: .N XX W N ID . A wr: B xx W Vi Q 5 M ,, A Q .9 SX W M , X- X3 , X, LFN Q? X 1 ,Q Q f Nl A SDK ' It-YA . :fl ' Nu L X . - A. dvertisements. ny, , X W 'WHL ' . : in-if E 3 ,' M' AI -X Y, i Hi hi K- 1 'f . mm f ix : , ' '1 X If 5 A . L W A V-ww , . 'fk X. x ,F N1 X X J X , Q 1 K , s w Q N H21 .2 I r n a PM I9 3 1 055, X4- Q ,J ffm X5 4 , A J -- W 1- 'S "' - A iw? 1 'ff ' ' 'W Q57 ' 'Z A fll x, q X NA ,N y 5 , nj, ,XV , ' 1 TY!! ,' iii L ,. X4 If 6 E Y ' ' f Pd a"iff:JX I .EJ M5 1 fkifiifgi. fi? '52 My QUE 3 I i n if . . ' ex -- . Ami- .- fl. 4 RQ? D9 h l 'S ll EAD li, , if ,." Ti 'QQ .HY -4592 X. if V12 we YS ' 21? Laffy K fl ,fgfmxlg X ' 'wx voL. 14. cAcTus. 19Qf' 'Lev f we r X If -QQ A 3 :Yfx , '17 Html is 'll . fish 'A llowellz-"I'x'e got that ball T" Zpfll, 'G' ji- Cy .loynes Qwith a strutting inotionjz-"I belong to the ruling body Qi X of B. Ha fi-ff' llfanted: By Howard B. Ayres, a job as student assistant in Math. II. Us 'X ???Does anyone know VVHY Freshman Muenster was left in Galveston while on the Glee Club trip? ' Q, Drunk!!! Two freshman were found drunk one day in januaryg rumor has it that they consumed too much of the sulphur water at the Capitol. fl Q A5413 I f1PkXx Y . ie 'I wal' 1' '- sie I r, lll A Us X CITIZENS BANK A D TR ST CO. , X-DA . X 716 Congress Ave. , xv ll 4' I M AUSTIN, TEXAS. su is E35 , lx., r rif- f I ' New Accounts InvitedM Small Ones Appreciated iff-lei:-2 gil ,I 'ls A Trial is Requested FF. ,AKC 5 lllg if ,A fl Kg WM. R. lI,xx11sx', Vresiclent rl- Vl- lE11.15Rs, Yieeel'resident A Bb? l. W, Illini-iss, Cashier 1114 B. BI. ll'.XRSI'i:Ul. Vice-President ull? I7 393 4 J Y ju?" "in 5-Wi,-7 'PI' :A it '1 m5ll3'i .f latter 5 A IQ if A 1. ani'-J' K , rig x Y Y gg H Az 1. . . X ' S1 ll fe fa ef 1 T-we fs lst X ,ER - il is as ee as We. T EQ X T X VOL 14 cAc'rus. 1907. orrect Attir for College an and aid. Just any tirst-class store with stylish stocks of wear- ables is not always a COL: LEGE STORE. The College man and maid have their own standard of fashions. and College fash- ions are above all distinctive. XVe particularly C a te r to ffollegians-study the favor- ite styles prevalent in the great Universitiesfand care- fully assemble coinplete stocks of appropriate appareling' for students of both sexes. XVide varieties of high-class tailored garments and smart furnishings of all kinds are always here and very inod- estly priced. STUDENTS DESIRING TO INSPECT OUR STOCKS WILL BE SHOWN EVERY COURTESY. SCARBROUGH AUSTIN, TEXAS 399 HIGKS, fthf' N E161 I vu 'I' .-. jimi ' '12 3,5 .' JET: -.xs"f'5! XY l Q J Xl if . ,, YK " 5'3" Ye R lf H , at was 'wa fri dx, 4 o at A 1 rg? lx f ,l W R lfx1l.LA,lk -X 5 . . w 1 flglvl 'QQ Km ' .eq f rf T J ., ll l Nl a W 'w .s V. , ll FQ? l ,N gy 643 -ffl gl 'J . li .Xa v 1 E nix .X lla ,Lx xt VF all .x W ef iw ' 5 . A lit QR -Q r nf Q X Q23 Z 1 . x i i ,w -v N T- vol.. 14. CACTUS. , 1907 W ' Q il - rf xi 1 :ri lit: If mfg DANNY WROTE Ai LATIN BOOK. l f' N fro THE TUNE OF t'DUNDi:RB14:o1q."D . 'of Danny wrote a Latin hook and Sallust was its name. . 3 He has n't ever published it, but still it 's known to fame. V, His friends await its coming, though they 've waited prettflorigl Still for Danny's sake they 'll greet it when it comes, withinoyousqson 3 -X31 5 'pm W IN if 4. U H .gif xr? i W SMITH-WILCOX 1-fi, SMAR1' CLOTHES X if . X + bf? N SMITH-WILCOX Smart Clothes for Men and Young , x . . mfli All E Men you will find the finest examples of high-class modern 'ffl tailoring, artistic and exclusive designing produced in America. l J L Specially Attractive and Correct Models make our show- 7 . . ing one of unusual interest. nb! f jill 5 'ite' Mews SHOES A Our New Department Shoes for Men is now showing the ., newest and correct styles in both high and low shoes. l l ,ziffgllgi P1uc1:s.s3.50 'ro ss-00 iff' K X Ii. xiii sMl1'l-I-w1l.cox vie' if 608 coimnrzss AVENUE- rf . G d, Y fl' lin 400 K g x 9 , Qi , 5 Y' a . 'I fffepuf- I if.. us . it if 55: A Q. mv 1 a- . N X la HW , ' 1 pf", A ' A rrfwwfiwlis ff? We i if . L farm-. .Ai cow- Q' 2,-'XX ai 1 i 8 N ,W fag Wi ,- 1 1 W 'Q "I Wi X XA " s 1-9' - LM, -Et - A, 'Xi l ""l. 02' I f Nik rf A J 1, lil X ...gg , . , A J is pl if ' .' 3 I . iffiigx' mv, ' Q ,J A if 621 fare 1 -,w . fi , fu . 1 .x 3 A 1',Jf4' . +521 qscgg-21: A di, s 1g7'-:zf- Z 5454, Q,-+ 5 .-751' if ,.4 X. as 0. .Ky N :S X KZ! ,gg ' - X- N I 4 L ' VOL. 14, cAc'rus. 1907. N ll . A .X . J 51 A A S A I HE DRISKILL ki A- il , Austln, Texas yx 1 Ill A The Most Commodious and Attractive Hotel in Xi. the Southwest. f in 9 G lee nil . . ix! . V .ez li A V ifm f, -if '- HS! lg ' K ,g i7 SQL ., e zfli lauv V A a it an it . LX. 4 .. 'f g fag. X4 . V f f 'ft .t' SL " fi .Ta i i N Y i-H ix : X l W' Best Cuisine, Comfortable Beds, and Diligent ' Attention Given to the Wants of the Guests. Uv Special Attention Given to Fraternity Banquets. Pure Artesian Water Used Throughout. A AMERICAN PLAN X Rates-from 33.00 up 9 4' N An Up-to-date Laundry in Connection with the Hotel. .X , S Q 401 G- , lim if K -Q., ' i hx.-s 1 . X gs. ,.s'4'gi W 'X ,, X Ania? J rt' 141'-D . f' pf fish. " v-1 N jr, 'gl I I ,YN A, IJ 3 if. ' Q 5 s , I V .ff 'P ff " - . , . . BME' - if - - MDA X 425-Ja 'V ,yi 1' gl dfijgmgx Wffjx AAN Fifa Sl ' rifle' .fx -w ' ff we 1451 ' arg?" r-me 'S ? j 651 ft' .plz-gh l,XX X. , e ,fax F . ,a i , . '50 Xe '-iw be A Y "MX ,Xe f is N in " 'X .K XSD Q n 5 o voL. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. fy IX, , . .P A-M fwfr fl . ffl ff XS. CX PY Yr ' n i t ,KO as W 1 .-X J 4 tm: ri IG d -S . ll if M 4 1 I 0 fw A X fig X 1 t as Cf X l f xg L O A gil? V 6 lit get x L '-1 N T vw ix Q zifllllfg if all rf T X V fx fi THE MAZES OF PHILOSOPHY VVe wander through interminable mazes In our study of philosophy's deep phrasesg But tl1ere 'S not a bit of doubt W'hat our Mezes are about, Wl1e'n we stand before the Deang Then our terror can be seen, For ue know we 'll get a lecture hot as blazes. Steinway Knabe Starr JESSE-FRENCH PIANO CO. Frank S. Taylor, Mgr. Manufacturers and Distributers HIGH CLASS PIANOS Prices and Terms :ee Descriptive Catalogue, Etc., Sent on request 8l3 Congress Ave., - Austin, Texas .4112 if . , ' N ,ex -- A, -'s .,.-L Hd Q -:chi I L JA QS! XTX QW fi 3. x , fi- .9 lvrzt, U ,TS QI I ik 111 f--f I x Q is T Q N D 91 my Y - ,Q VOL- 14, CACTUS. 1907. is X fri R X 1 iff T .A ac f .T . x 'A My I W X ik, 1 f 'i W 'ifffw KK XV- 5' fl Wm if ' 9 ,gli , Tx A ALL STUDENTS gm o " l" M60 t?go I, , '4 u-V 0 Fx w F' Ladies will find best Dry Goods and Ready-to-Wear. ,, Gentlemen will find best Clothing, Shoes XM and Furnishings. Y I A pfgwff 5 fi A T wx T Ai ' I WlLLIAMS,FINK8eCO. fgiglxfi 1 Austin, Texas lift, T LPQKTWTT 403 is K ET v , 'J N . 1 1 is-5 is Af .I -'Q ,lgsf I fsifrif-:Q W ,A T-Q j fqffl stein 'H - f?ixX'xM 6 51 'P ff N' 175.55-Jgix' H ' .4 xx 11' X 1 eaves-"Sr'QYfq5?if FEXWIASI, 'P' L Mi M5 B 4.19- , it .fm T r r ,gi ,N K : X ,N I M . I k 's w Y , fl I .1 Zingfgll, '-fflwf is Rl 'Be 'E Qi A Ab W 4 E Z SX" v ,' xi, fx WN fl! nil" ll 0 Q Cb 'vo Iifa k X N31 'fl Ml ' --1 J s - 'Q Q Q lx fl A 5 4 '. 0 l .ff N9 F9 fe. rf ,ax X . f . x 2 xx, mv, ffl H257 gfvtfl Wx Y if 7 IL 541: oe Adi it Miyagi XX L ,, x'r. A I , f fi ' ' lx if , i Q!-H., Q I. . QT K7 N Q9 vol.. 14. CACTUS. 1907. 1 4 f f I Niisifor Nannie Caldwell VVho classes the flowers "by smel1"g Her favorites are weeds 5 'fWith little brown seeds," A Though a "Green Bud" will do just as well. Q 'i 1 fig 13 STUDENTS: s VVe finish KODAK prints J every day and make I1 specialty of mail orders ,g JORDON y 5, 610 Congress Ave. 235 g., gf 404 f 5 i f ' :z 'CW' Q Q wtf? lfgf 5 59 42? L-ia? in E Eff' ' 5-'ESX E "' J. .I Q, ' 5XX UMW- ,X 4? L2 N f N .' : ff' 'XX : X I y von.. 14. cAcTus. 1907. is W N , A W l.i- , If gi, THE RELIABLE f , i ., X f Q BUSH 81. GERTS PIANUS fi if 2531, i X G4 . bd-Lai? ix: Are famous for unexcelled tone, endurance 5, 0 xi and artistic construction throughout. These XX . . ,Q I l dominant factors endow the Pianos with every . embodiment of absolute satisfaction. They 1 FP are the unquestioned standard and are en- Q V gif dorsed by music lovers everywhere. Easy J 45 terms. .ai .9 .ei .20 .af J A , "MMU Q X 2 N 23 fit L N P" i xx Q' 'i 1,, 'i rig, Bush 81. Gerls Plano Company of Texas , ,A ' 2. J. R. REED, Manager, 5 tiki y BUSH TEMPLE, Cor. 8and Congress Ave., .ifiwiixm r -" ds t YL. AUSTIN, TEXAS. I iff' O W 405 ,iss 'sixty G51 4 fi, ,MG M gif, J, ,Yi ' lu XX i K ,dl W A ii , ' - vi 'LX - 'T " 0: , L fs ,El X 1 mf 'J ' A513 ,ff jxjwkx qi. if N ss is M ff v ai ff? refs- WCW ffiifvwi-tx .a f i 1 or .W X . X if :A . is la . . . Lvj X an V X 1 'TX V VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. , W ff r sl ' x A Egg. ff - Q CT ,siflm QE EXCLUSIVE 4 ' XX U Ky 4, W There exists among our women 25 Literary unions three- G Q9 All are good, and all are honoredg 5 LX All esteemed,4in like degree. cf? - 1 .4 J But the Dean once said to Ashbelfe Some have said he made a slip- tr fl' : That the letter "s" in Ashbel Qxy, Stood, he thought, for seholarshipg rg, . That the Ashbel was an honor aff!! To the 'Vars'ty's very Sod. t r Wi ff A I l I N,- '1 dl .v Y ix: - J x ' t N HCTEL SUTGR -'H A AXX Am 49 ju ff x Qliuropeanj fir H BEST CAFE IN CITY f A fl 4 Q , VHA lla pf' ii Clean and Well Ventilated Rooms - Everything Up-to-Date ,lp Z" 1 lp. 131 1 JUNTQ If F: W. J. Sutor, Prop. and Mgr. W A QTY 406 U PSG . Xp .. X95 -gg 1 N A 13 t, tl . ,ffl ' l XA 'iff' ' V551 4 we ' 'ru if-J' Y ff 'W 1 .Mg xfvxii J K Si , ,, fe , ,A , if ,5,Lm,, M75 kg in in i fix ' -if F. mi. VOL, 14, cAc1'us. 1907. i it frg ba xl I Q.:- '9 lf im fn xg, ggi A ,X Q fi ' 4,-' - ,,, Martyn Elliot Mrs. Martyn Elliot xi U, 0 5,1 ,, XX : ij ,LE Q The Elliots Xg, f '- X '1 l fi: M AKERS OF PICTURES I I 'XL ' N vi 1,5 i I5 814 Congress Ave. Austin, Texas X X , Q , PX fb "4 +5 5 x JM 'Jil WD .QQ ,JEIX S- 015 , 4. -1 -J x . 1, X ix , izfifl 0 M 93 w , 7 ' ,X , N o "3 g bn ' -J f - f tilt e or W 'lilo fl i in i h- i N X , f r f 1.2-Q E -f 2-gf 45 472,35 Q31 -' , -QT! ::'Qf'- revs 'a L FYTTTRN 'IFN - 'QNX K-"ISR X 43 Q 1 - 5 ' hx -X PQZJ: KL' K X 3 fig J A 'aj ti X ITL .f ix F 1 I ' K fi - 'X 'T ii .ala I Won v ' X 15 N 7 ug ' fp 43 ' W i fe X miie .fs I ' von.. 14. cAcTus. 1907, - 'l ,f J , I .Aki .ij , Ky. fiat A ul, :Cl ff W5 IQ fi! A IT' 'nj Q XS, , 'N x il di .N X llr 'I rx A tj, .. M f iv ix 1 ff 1 K' AX Win x ,fi ' ,- Lf XX XL Ng! Vfif AL? 'Vi 4Ii4 inf all J YK, L ,io ,W KJ R5 i 'HRX X-yfii! ll 'Y 'fl ,gg X f' ,K X Alb ,fs-1.1-.-,Q Jiri Iflyrr . Nj iff - X 1, , Pt! X fb X eff- I .v in ! l L-4 4 I 'Twas a rather bold assertion- But the Dean then little knew What effect his praise was having: R ig What those flattered girls would do. ' -' fi There's a line among their minutes- X People say- now finger-worn, - For those Hattered creatures read it, M ' Once, at least, each Tuesday morn: A HASHBEL holds the highest honor Known above the 'Vars'ty's sodg All its members are PERFECTION In the eyes of SID and God." ' 5" QM .u 74 1 'i If 1, 811 CONGRESS AVE., AUSTIN, TEXAS 4 4 n ' 1 fi MANUFACTURING STATIONERS, J' PRINTERS AND BOOKBINDERS. ff l Advertising Novelty Goods of all Kinds and Descriptions. aj f'msQQ,awzrcei gi , THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED EXCLUSIVE ty 4 PRINTING PLANT IN THE STATE. .29 .Al .29 .8 ff' GET OUR ESTIMATE BEFORE PLACING YOUR NEXT ORDER FOR PRINTING. .3 .99 .3 .Al .Al ,4 409 '- K r 67" ef lf lei-J ,fzaff . if foie if gfiql If H A lgixx X f Ev X llffkr A X 1 l vol.. 14. CACTUS. 1907- K gl M . Q- A ---f A E ' 2 ,tt LQNE STAR ICE CQMPANY M. A' lf at MANUFACTURERS OF EQ ft PURE CRYSTAL ICE g. t dj? A " FROM 'A' ff Q DISTILLED WATER nf! I 'h P ,ffL'L1ml? 5 ll PLANT Foo'r or COLORADO ST ' X. ' ' Zim. W. 0, X5 ESTABLISHED 1886. INCORPORATED 1895 id l F224 u wal ye tv STAR BOTTLING COMPANY Aft If I 4' CINCORPORATEDJ Mfg ' A MANUFACTURERS AND BOTTLERS OF ' ' . A li A V 1 3 we Carbonated Waters. N X -P5 AG. V1 -l rf -1 1. 34 . x EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR . N . 9 Bottled Coca-Cola, Iron Brew, Hop Ale, EQLL: Red Rock Ginger Ale. ifjlfjl if gif, PURITY AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. ' ?,f"'3 ,' 9 I '- 'PHONES 246. l If 409 5555? A Q .. .. 142533 'I . ' 1' . N ll J 7:13 H ,WX Q' , ,F ll. FV' ai,'T'X'1 - y N xxx W . we wel alll wa ...Q gi .QT W :if-'if 'iii i We " ' 'W "'-if i - :T , 3- - " "' rf, I L, N I NL 3 'I-, X ,Q I, if .i igpjlixp if X 'bp' ,X K :A Zn X 0 . - 'XX ,qu H A .a fx Y 1 f 1 I T, if- fy 'fv- ,,1i l' N-. ' f his is rag, vii ,-35 is ,.f-.i li. nl 12 f 2 it A . -c c ! i VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. is 'YB 5, MCRAL: A QE, When you stoop to Hatter women, Q Tho' you curry smiles forsooth, X L 'Q Careful careful, what you utter, 'U- W i X Lest they take your words for truthg fl And, upon your rank assertions .Ji 'TM , Hypocritie, then assume Xl X5 To esteem themselves exclusive- 6 'Q 5' The same as to their precious room. Ce -ei il - X, i l W A A f 1 .hir 1 J' if s QM . if -ij h ' LQ 'Xu ff Y, . AP 1, , American atlonal Bank .5 X - 'i fik A . x.M'gL.x ustm, Texas -ffl! NYE u 1 Capital ----- iis20o,ooo.0o ' - i' Surplus Ceairnedl - - - ti2200,000.00 5 ' if Deposits ---- - s2,000,o00.o0 " QQ? Directors, Responsibility - - is-i,o0o,00o.oo w' X ' A i X f 0 0 gf? X We Solicxt Your Buslness 'flifi l ,iftf oFFlcERs: all H RX 's iii G. W. L1'1'TLEF1ELD, .ToHN H. HOUGHTON, H. A. WROE, it " fi President Vice-President 2d Vice-President jfb C. P. RANDOLPH, R. C. ROBERDEAU, ,J Aj Cashier Ass"o Cashier fc? 4? ,n fit 410 " ill iii t f P ' 2 1-Q ' - . - .- 1 shi- C .- P g Qi 'if 'ggi xiii V" ei - xv! . X NX I 'X I 'V F i I. , ' I I ' - 'n -if Q ' 377' q'ff+i1- 4355! ff, W "H l J -A - V l i i 1 I' x- X x .N, fy' l x f l, l x fl I Y ' f XR 32 X 1 .-. 1 lv A ,U Q9 w .x . XX ' X .gill , .7 . ,, ,X if X A rv Q V' Wag- 0 F 517' , A 54573 - E557 in 51' ai 175s N 'W 39' 1 X X 5s S: Iv 494' ' g' X Q M VOLI14, CACTUS. 1907. If ' G... The University oi Texas Adopted The D. 8L M. League Base-Ball l After trying out all makes of balls, and it will be lf gf. 3 used exclusively in their games. The same Ball has fl is I been adopted by every school and college in Austin, 'QJMX Every base-ball team in Austin fthe League Team te il alone exceptedj. as well as all the major leagues. A When it comes to FINE Base Ball goods the D. Mg- R M. lead easily. On ordinary grades any old make 'P i will do. :: :: :: :: :: :: :: 2: i n l L ' I, V Iv! ,KN l sk. . X J 1 ' . V 3 l K L j .. ll if Q ,z W M 1 is, 1 ,K IA I' N-,X W its I t X x Fil' For Our Catalogue Showing Everything Necessary in the Great National Qiiame, Drop Us a Postal. Tl-IE PETMEGKV co., 'AUSTlN, TEXAS. STATE AGENTS FOR THE D. A IVI. BASE-BALI. SUPPLIES 411 ff Xi P . t X . , x 'V , I ,- - fi if M 3' a EKfiWWM?MfWQ we QQ ,js fly ., ,mi le Y fi' 1 l x.-fy X QA il i V l',fjl,J fbw 1 CD - 4 L' f, 51 Nl. ,Kid V., N X X N vi. x l, iff - i l. Wil' V n M' ff tw ll fu l 29,0 F31 ya xl. ' fa ' fre fry re' ' Q " Af 'i 5' ' " - ' ' . M75 if ,A .f- voi.. 14. cAc'rus. 19Q7. 4 iii? xi, MR. PAT IRELAND GRAVES' SPEECH FOR sg HUGH STONE AND A DEMOCRATIC RECEPTION in ,Zi I I sf Mr. President, Gentieman--mi Ladies: . n x I .N , , , Si, Wi Qifpz if .JL rfflllyg if N9 932 fa if t M i 523 'Yi if I3 NX 1 N xb f . Ajit! i7T?ii-fiiiixii .' KVI x .fig ,file Qfsifi. fi: , YP i -yn lift ii lj f is if eff. X ri N 1 f i Q 5 gig TX I", 4glii:4,'li 5 J If you elect Hugh Stone, you don't have to wear a dress suit. Stone .1 is a Democrat. Now, gentleman-yes and ladies-Hugh Stone said he was going to make the Final Reception as democratic as possible, so you will not have to wear dress suits if you don't Want to. I ain't never been to X- a Final Ball, but I am going this time because Hugh said it was going to be a democratic affair. I am going to wear a dress suit, but, gentlemaneand " .4 -andeladies-you can either wear your suit or leave it at home. Clminense applausel. Further, gentlemen-and-and-ladies, too-some of you may not have dress suits. You who have them can wear them or not as you choose: you that haven't got them can wear anything that you can get hold fy of because Hugh Stone said it is going to be a democratic affair. Clnaughter AEI-fi and prolonged applausel. ' In conclusion, gentlemen, Stone intends-flaughter5-yes, and ladies, - 4 too-Stone intends, if he is elected, to make the Final Reception next spring a democratic Final Reception and let every one Wear a dress suit or leave it at home, according to the dictates of his ovvn conscience. so, gentlemen and -" .3 Lx. ladies, you can all come and all wear dresses or-or not just as you like. I ' don't think there is anything else I can say in favor of Hugh Stone or any use in saying any thing else. iTilUI1dQl'll1g applause and deafening laughterj i ' - I AVENUE HOTEL , . Austin, Texas 'S Rooms single or en suite S I Lgt ug, bg QVQ1- with or Without private bath I I in Your minds Rates-52.o0,s2.5o and 53.00 pefaay r ,, --- - 1 I N Xrour friends, D. M. WILSON, Prop. A I ' "1l F31- S . G R E E N B U R G i Hessy Sz Co. 2 I 6l3 Congress Avenue Manufacturing and Zigi .Prescription Optician .1 .i...T...i.i 'ff 4 709 Congress Ave., Austin, Texas i 412 . 0. 3 2 R - 1 'Sm ,Ati .I 'E Iwi' , i 4, - 1 if .AJ 'X MQ .LW f ii- ff ' fiffx- 'LJ 149 I' 3 lg gi' s- W W l,,.J' -: nf ' 3""'Ejl r li S ' ffyi I: 0 . my fl , ,L 3 , All It A J 'AX' .J wg. if I SB i ,Q ' l ,I 5 X Xu ll ll I4 3 " p - K X' 5 BP l , A .' 7 X, ' I X X X I 9' J x .SI ,ix 5 . lx -si , 'ill if 1+ . .P x 41 li-ly . is VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. D Rlll U G I-1 G N 'S piqnczricnn Business Colleges F"'f.1'I.'TfZf"" JNO. F. DRAUGHON, ff',!if1'Zf12T.:c, .-.. AUSTIN, Tax. -- THE D.Xl.l,AS, TEX. 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LEARN BY NllllL MUNICY BACK if not satisfied. IJIPIA PNAS issued and positions SICCURTCIJ, Bookkeeping, Banking, Penmfxnsliip, Slioitliuiicl. Business Letter WI'itIiI1g, Law Qllunlify for I'1'z1ctieej, C0lllIl19l'Clfll Law, Business English, Business AI'ithInetiC, Kleelizniicul lll'L1XVlI1,Lf, Newspaper Illustrfiting. WI'ite to-clay for price on Home Study. ADDRESS Draugh0n's Practical Business College Co. NASHVILLE, TENN. 413 ' 5 0 "ne ' WQXY 57 X if -Aves MAA. ell A I in Mies: if fl MH 5? ff! A fi,-fsQl ff' 'A .. Ali I S I, TQ TA .X I Elf ml ffl' I-limi? 5? Q wx. iililiil ,gig refill is J ,J Y Bi . fi nl . fi I. it Qi qu. " I ,. SW 'I Ni fl ,ll v 1 M1 .IN i ,fl Q . 6 E9 :fill 'J A iii X ,QM Ili- I pf ll? ii Wifi J 41 all V N31 ,'S at W .il lx: all 59 r fa x Vi i x55 .1 ala 1 N lv f Mix, v fn!! Ml 'ii '- ,ta el, 5 X , R M. ,f 151 qi Wil I x 1. I A Q A X if JD I 1 X . lg, In 'lg a if , X all? if X 1. ff? We ii ,tl ii ' as rio 5' iii 'rs' 'F 51' " ' "gf T - F""SU'f 3- . " " ' S. - I ,4j2fQ',4'l4,,, vi X X . X if 55 :4 .GS 423 S ' X W C31 ' ww vol.. 14. CACTUS. 19074 - 1 1 ffl THE GERMAN PEDAGOGUE AND THE THREE GULLIBLE PROFESSORS . . . fd Herr Pferdman, from the wllds, set out to drlve to Austin town, Q But on the road his noble steed fell sick and laid him down. His master then, in sore distress, for loan of shekels sought, And three soft-hearted pedagogues most cleverly he caught. X He told them of the last sad hours his noble Steed had spent: ff They eagerly the needed coin unto their colleague lent. The Visitor of Schools was one, the tender-hearted chemist, kindg Then, say it soft, we do not mean the long zoologist to grind. But pedagogues were ever known as traders SANS sagacity, T 44 And purchasing "dead" horses is in line with their capacity, 'Ilia' But usually they contract for a cadaver at least, i And don't blow in good money for an Himaginaryl' beast. A. H. FETTING ADOLPH KOHN MANUFACTURER OF Proprietor of HJ J Greek Letter Fraternity Jewelry The Bon-Ton Bakery For First-Class Bread- stuffs, Pies, Cakes,Etc. yr iiT 720 Ccngress Ave. Both 'Phones 572 if lN1Ql1lO1'E1I1CllJ111 package sent to any fraternity member through , the secretary of the chapter. 8 ' F5 Special designs and estimates S,G,Ki,,gSbury,Pmp. furnished on class pins, 1'lIlgS, medals for athletic meets, etc. s T . Plumbing, Electric Supplies and ,if it E Repairs, Chandeliers, Shades and Portable Lamps - - Temporary location 1 - J 213 N. LIBERTY sr. BALTIMORE 814 Congress Ave. Ph0r1eS235 41? K hx I4 A X , ," -X . J: faxnf- T: ,cc , ,ywfff 4 on ., fats Qjwiix. IJNN. IL. 5 1 A V f- - ll 4-eg '- .4 . A -5.-J . 54.9 "1 ti? .. 7 Q X ZZ? M' wg Y ,X Y xt, . 6 ,X bg .AA I N I :FF 'Egg-ix X 67, LX ix: U ,- 'ff A ' Jw 'I' Nu , W ,. .ff we -if N as X e - fn ff' X- . 7 X . 2 voL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. is Q X1 I e N 951 5 0 L , 1 W ffl? 3 X 5 3, QQ , 'IM NIXGN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE W . - ,lf t 'Xu Corner 10th Street and Congress Avenue + N1 ,,:,4,fTSFI,5 A X QWN ,Q .vw :- "l ' ,IS U 4' 'P 1 I ' u,wY'NL .xi- , x, F to ,fx X ., . 1 , J 5 A .. N W 5 The school largely patronized by 5 JJ' fl 1 ' x ' University Students rt, . FW' X ' ff 'MV' , Xa. L 3 H yx, , 1 T ' ,J XL gs - , A QMS t 1 A P. , A . QF. X5 ffl as 3 'PID Jn!! if 2 1 ". Dm are N. fa? fi Milly , u ll ' Q s I Ugfzzwcm IW ip x fs Y df' R .11 . in in . . 'xx I j von.. 14. cAcTus. 1907! if X1 If . .2 I ,X X , af: QI: wg, J I so JKV is IQQE. I 5 I I' , W ii, I 3 V si ' 1 If as '1 43 I, V Y Y S ,a 1, ,- K it fy' X ,, y. Aa fd' Qz',1l,,i if NX: 5 oi" I' I Wajxt L -VY X Tv 9 if - X .K all an 5 xxx is DO You KNOW HIM? I 'm considered a student of quality, For my pa has a purse and a family tree. I've not get much sense, but what is the dif '? I can dance until two, till my legs are stiff. I am taking' all snaps, half my Classes I cut, For the fellow that studies must sure be a n1ut. Labs, lectures and quizzes, and courses and all May go to the d-ogs and I won't care at all. I came to the 'Varsity merely to splurge So study and work the old Dean needn't urge. Then please to consider my lofty estate, For it 's all in my heels and not in my pate. Capital Bank and Trust Company 614 Congress Ave., Austin, Texas CAPITAL STOCK, Sl00,000 00 Texas People Under Texas Law and for Texas STUDENTS' ACCOUNTS SOLICITED Interest Paid on Savings Accounts Safety Deposit Banks For Rent W. H. R1cH,x1tnsoN, J. W. RCDISISINS, J. G. BUltNl5Y, President Vice-President Vice-President Guo. L. HUME, H. PFAICFFLIN, Cashier Asst. Cashier ,II6 . . 5 'Aj f ' 'lg XM. X. Q, - .""J 1' 39 f! - ,m J at f is if, to I I Q- ks - - vt " f . I qw ,dna if 5, A 9 o e 5 'E 'E 'fs 65 I W I 1 J 6 6 .,. ,sw B- .N ,qi q X E5a:"1E--: ,gasix ,Pg X .11 n J ., Nil , or ee , , i..,Q2L is 'ate' Ns' 'iris Yi X Ss, 't is 04" ' L it :W X ' it I v0L,14, CACTUS. 1907. lb V iii i ii ' 5 X fri A T' E .. , x Ea' ' Lfsf . . . . D ' A 1' HIGH CLASS SERVICE W, A A L i 'is ,, r Q 8 Passenger Trains Daily A F it S l' l EQUIPPED WITH PULLMAN SLEEPERS AND FREE CHAIR ECARS -kia' . A : 3 r . N 3 fix f i ei ,, - li Q ' ' A i A X I it i' Wi? ri t SLEEPERS to St. Louis, Kansas City and Mexico City Qtek i Q Without change. Free Chair Cars to St. Louis and ' ff Kansas City Without change. Sleepers and Free 'f 3 iz Y m Chair Cars to Dallas, Fort Worth and North Texas ' We . u' towns Without change. KEQE A Q5 X. lg t U- g P .f 'J ' J A T' in 0 , - , X, Train De Luxe if-W i ' is - i A COMPOSED of Pullman Sleepers, Conipartinent i Sleepers, Library and Observation Sleepers, and Dining 'jf ' fl -4 7 I Car Service, is operated between Chicago and Mexico f- City,twice a week in each direction without change .Q is . rf' , e an p X 2 ig . i W X iw n. 1. Pnlcr, c. n. nunrnn, sfjl i . General Passenger ard iicket Agent Assistant Generai Passenger and Ticket Ageni ' ' Palestine Texas ES , , 'N P A LAWL S Passenger and Ticket Agent Austin Texas New 6 I A gn r 1 A A A i it nf - - ' '- 43' iii A is A , 4 if F ini 7 f a E , as 5 EQ, , pp-, f e figs mf- ,D e A Suk tee-init fir it ees we rl f.'1fQ.w.j 12 I' L"""'Z "3 " 1 134 A 5.4 ' , -'3 i lim v xi? W X9 59 xx I gg, I' lp i K .fi von.. 14. cAoTus. 1907 'HT ,ill P on m ' moons r 'sys' off' 531 3 Vis.. fi 3 'X ' FJ fi 1 f. -M X5 I ff' x ' ff X X Z THE DIARY OF A DUB M wr, Sept. 2:1 Freshmen Petsch and Dowell arrive at Austin. l s ' Sept 2 The University opens. , Q Sept. 27 Doctor Garrison refuses, gently but firmly, to vaccinate Freshmen. ,slfii Sept 253 Doctor Dick Seay holds physical examination in B. Hall. Dean ,gf 'ES Bug McCall disposes of several courses at 750 apiece. 'N Sept. EIU Junior Law Eaton subscribes for a bath course. ' Oct. T Henry Reaves and Sam Kyle elected President and Vice-President B ' of Freshman Class for the Nth annual consecutive time. 4 X' Oct. H Alfred Petsch contests the election and announces for President ' 3 of Freshman Class. Oct. Sl Freshman Petsch comes out for football team. Oct. 10 Paul Rocks borrows 25c from Carter. lg FXS, Oct. 13 Petsch joins the Glee Club. Nov. Disastrous conflagration at B. Hall. Leon Goodman, after Q X strenuous efforts, succeeds in convincing the authorities that . it A the iire is genuine and turns in an alarm. K. C. Miller li A Ny distinguishes himself by the reckless use of cold Water. M, W, Accidentally spills some on J. W. Paine. V91 Nov. Fire department arrives. Returns home by easy stages. K. C. Miller elected chief of B. Hall Fire Cvvaterl Department. Is lfy , .Xb recommen g .l - ' ded for Carnegie medal. w, 'P A l soL DAVIS 4 il -- ,X .- l B1111ard 8: Pool Parlor ff - W' l Imported and Domestic kj l CIGARS AND TOBACCOS ,J3 l XAUQ l Tabard Inn Library Station 6' ' A Full Line of Stationery, ,ff KJ I G I G e N Periodicals, Books and News L 5' ' Q3 l"- --- l 705 Congress Ave. 'Phone 398 l ALL1:Gm:'r'n:'s cANnn:s xi U! l J Mews ou1'Fl1-'ren . ' ll-1 ED. A. THIELE A7 if' - . l .swf 1610 Lavaca St., Austin, Texas i Dealer in . X . ft, l PORK AND VEAL t":'oA, . tk, i - gf is l Corner 20th and Guadalupe A Q , Streets, Austin, Texas d. W 'A il 418 f X - 29 2 Nb v '- ' a ' A , :X f . "E KAY' In '7' .N L- X I X , X I, D VV, l fx I l I' i lv. f ,lf f AQ " " Sl '5 NI: lwrbgl 'D ' 4fZ'll4L- ifdfwqg if fl W w af- 42' 3-3 v Y,w :'j-5-4 5'.Sxz?l'j '71 N' .7 N! ,XTX Tx W NN ' ff its X v X - Hx iii! Qi' Iii! V 1 I 1 pts., f., it ti .Q-if rg Qi it 1 is U ,rs 1 is , w t, 1. sn X9-5' -IK X 59 y diff bg 41 fp in X M 1 I is 2 'S li VOL, 14, CACTUS. 1907. X ,1 f x is JK, 4 5 "Tas H y X ll Q. r L W, The Armstrong BOYS P. A. EKDALL Wg 1 V X T . Q, Press, Clean, Dye, Soonr, Repair K 'A 0 and Alter Gents and 5 ' j. 4 Ladies, Clothes Artistic Wall Paper , , 1 Make old hats look like new. All work Hangings and Decorations H guaranteed. lYe call and deliver. 3' ff- Both 'Phones M Q, , 1 f 9 1008 Congress Ave., Austin, Texas 920 Congress Ave. QQ' xx L A lx, -C W ,, , ,N wry, Y f Q 3 The Best for Your Dollar in A D O L P H K O H N i Pocket Knives. Razors, Shears ,- Guns and Ammunition , PFOPUQWF of 'fn Q I and General Hardware. - ' The Bon-Ton Bakery gl .iii 1 . .WN . ' At For FirstClass Bread- go 0 1 stuffs, Pies, Cakes, Etc. ig, T if G. C. Bengenel' 6 BPO. '1'20CongressAve. B0th'Ph0DeS572 I' .- L if V093 36 KOOCK J. L. Vredenburgh , Dealers in THE l M Crockery, China, Glassware. Stoves and l f V 1 House Furnishing Goods, Herrick San- Silverware Cut Glass and Hand, fs 'T i itary Refrigerators, Majestic Ranges, - , 1 - K , , g ,, ' Garland Stoves, Cutlery and Silverware. Pauigiijksjillglaageygiggles' L X -wg 801: and 803 CONGRESS AVENUE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY . The Largest Crockery Store in the State 816 COUg1'9SS Ave. -.3 A 63 1 ,fi AUSTIN TRANSFER CO. WANTED-The Students' Trade If J v . Il 108 to 116 East 'th Street, Austin, Texas U 3 - ' THE BLUNDELL BARBER Sl'IOP GEO. VV. PATTERSON Successor to MoNRoE MILLER 'ii 'JQNQW , . Telephone 161 for Carriages, Baggage lVagons, Thfee Chairs, new 9quil3U19HtSv ni? XL Omnibus or Ambulance. Eclipse Liveryand hgt and Cold baths, Fiyst. 53' fl Boarding Stables, the finest Light Livery, . s Y . . ' ' Teams, Hearses and Carriages in the State. Clabs Work gucu anteed ' ' ' - A full line of UNDERTAKERS GOODS. A "1" M rf V All Orders Given Prompt and Personal 'B x Attention at Any Hour, Day or Night LBVRCEI. Sf. 6 ,133 1 -110 17 .i ' A 's rx 5 - i ek f ' -X fbkhf' gi. , ., .mpg J' ".v'f2,s' 'A 22 5 , A" Q 1 ' C. tti Q ' Z . .1 bt, - ' ' I A. If xf U gl' ex TR QW C XQ . - 5 R5 fri Hlil Ei qefjigiiii '?35x'N" Aijifiiiw Tiger -me Brit H , sash 5 1-as md i my X as X M 58 as ' fe af' ' X 1 g e vol.. 14. CACTUS. 1907 l.. 'J .af H' ' Ir v - I N Nov. 6 Final ball politics in the air. Freshman Dowell announces as nfl candidate for President. ' ff Q-f , g . fi Nov. 8 The tank breaks out again. 8 A Nov. H J. W. Paine recovers from his shock and swears off baths. so Nov. Sl Haskell-Texas football game. Scalps 40 below par. The student ,slfii body, assisted by Morris and his rnerrie men, celebrate the ' X victory. Two old ladies faint at the shocking spectacle of Alex A ' Pope in his robe de mrit. Enough to make 'em. Nov. IO Judge Simkins delivers his celebrated lecture on Hassettsf' Y All Nov. 11 Did you paint the tank? X Nov. 11 Freshman Petsch comes out for basket-ball team. Nov. 121 Student council in their screaming farce entitled: 'sThe In uir . l fl Y Department, or, Who Tinted the Tank." Jack Stanage gains ten All TM pounds from inward merriment. . XS, Nov. 15 Paul Rocks has a nightmare and is heard at 2 a. m. shouting wildly. 5' "Go away, Chi Gmegas, I aid that 30 cents? Refuses to u n p g explain. li lip, Nov. Lavv department has a banquet. B. H. experiences a combination lf cyclone and flood. , be Nov The engineers have a banquet. B. Hall has an earth uake. . .a w q . beveral lavvs take an unexpected and unwelcome bath. 1 Q - l 9 ' A 1 M C. W. M 2 ' ' ' P 0 mm Harrell s Harrell s Harrell s I' 5, i Best Clothing in Austin, Texas K We handle the highest grades of ready-to- l-4' X Mggre G Mgrrisgn wear clothes, but we take orders for suits mfll ,ll if wanted made to measure. ly WX r Sole agents for the famous Knox hats. if fs TABLE DE'-ICACIES AND Eili 3525255325'l'ii.flSTi5I2,?ff313'f,'Q3e'22il1.e C53 sox that are guaranteed for 6 months. NLCESSITIES I A full and complete assortment of Stetson I X" ll' N lfllS. ,fx " ,, , , Large and complete shirt stock and the XX I 'Mme 090 Phone 090 latest and most fashionable neckwuar. R, Harrell G Klein Co. 'lr ll, UM Corner Congress Ave. and 6th St , ' , Q . . rf X Q .ij - Lia' rqlh and I,21X'2lCH Streets Cfbllegk' Clothes 1118.116 hy l.6UClCl1tl1al-- Austin, Texas the "L" SYSl6ll1 ll X I 1 lar, if N 420 , X u, at Sk Z 0 "f 5 V' ,-lm' Y, J? fszmf' , :u "' A HA X fx -N-7 'E' Mfrs .7!fi'Ab:p - Q M5 S fd s ,N A 1 1 l ,v l Y U N K - t Nxjxjxixxx l :DX ll l ff ' l Nfl 4' ' J' 1 is N 1 if M - -' XA' ' 3' C .1 J-' ' JAM T' ,mr-'4 Nl- WI JW I X' Q We 1 3 'K ?,,fe-ff ff Q I X iv -- M fe B ' Jayne VOL, 14, CACTUS. 1907. J elf INSURANCE PROTECTION i , E23 THAT THAT N 59 T Q pe: mx-X 2 0 -1 Insures. Protects. If you decide to insure your Iife, demand the best and be content with nothing but oo oo QQ oo oo 00 oo oo oo 0 00 oo Oo oo to ov oo on oo THE 'T STANDARD POLICY '1 ur X. T Ng, 'fr X PRESCRIBED BY THE NEW YORK STATE LAW ISSUED BY The Equitable Life Assurance Seeieeg -1 '1 e T. ik h Y, PAUL MORTON, President. gl: P, FOR FULL PARTICULARS APPLY T0 TI-IE UNDERSIGNED. I JQ F. AINSWORTH, RICHARD CORNER, NX' Special Agent, General Agent. 'II-IE UNIVERSITY. AUSTIN.,TI-IX. N lin ' , 42 I N Te V T -e - A -- mv- J ., . V 1 P .-. jftxgnf f-A . fy .N 'A f- V1 I? K xQNNf J -f . 'wif' fe VN " 'Mm ' 4 NY ., X YQ xi , i 1 lr E ff ' ,ix , A ly 4,,3fN J-' NN ay 'ij NY XX '1 If JL . V .. db J fx wry s' 'vygiff - Ay lu 71 Aww 3 L ee I 1 f iw' NN ! I-9' -Kal? T ng . ef A . is 'x f ' only 1 N x, N N T if N , . We ,T W 9 Al 1 EW , T 'w 1 ' T W Ne fn. L 1 ! , -1 T gi I: J N, eg XMNQN X6 4 Ex sq'e"'x ,fy 'N X1 gf 1 A N fee ,QUT rf- fr ti -1 r., NA .14 . A '.r-F3 -'fig " W Y ifeffjr- ' 5 ' 1 fi fr nf -ft:--, . 'sp 4 4. 1 f -' 4 "E 'I 4 - ff '- . 2 UWVXP "fri N7 fe XM "ef X XX. Ne ' fra' 00' ' IX My , I' 9 X'- . , . ily W '-'iff K. f ,- 41. L 'j" is fx Nr 1.2 i', ,mx 0' N wx: . . I. 292 X .4 .X J ilu Jef tlfif I Nt f K Y-,. gf 3. I. I. txt Q AJ A xgf X N - 4: We il ff? I TI. xi .CM yi i I Tie irtrt We 1 Q X W .IIN gy x NJ I. 5 ,SITNTX JI, It 'gk x rr' X fi, r. Dv . I 4. Iffwf f. I4 x or PL C344 tt 543.26 tt. ka,-1' . J, Ae AW gm 'Sf .XL 'X 'vu vor.. 14. CACTUS. 1907. - Fon GOOD THINGS TO EAT G0 TO Hgehuttzes' Oezg IZIOIIIIBIIII The Students' Popular Resort. Chas. G. Wukasch FOR REFRESHNIENTS AND GOOD THINGS TO EAT con. 2341 Ann GUADALUPE. Aus'rrN,- - - - 'rE.xAs. Frank De Lashrnutt, 602 Congress Ave., AUSTIN, - - TEX. Ladies' end rvreqs' Shoes. I Want Your Shoe Trade. ig X Q- , :K ' - i I.f'5LTr'TT5ffI .wxwwwsfeww I2iQIDALi.S5 Fiqe Statieqerg yn' JOHN E. KELLER, 724 CONGRESS eve. J. A. ALEXAN DER AUSTIN, TEXAS STAPIE AND FANCY GROCEIIIES FEED, OHAIICOAI, PRODUCE. ETC. Free Delivery to All Parts ofthe City 'MID CI' -XIHI TPI' s'I'RI'I"I' ........ I A A A 4 44 Jr 11 IIIII 'Pliorici 1476 New I1'hone S75 voumc MEN, ATTENTION! The young ni:1n of to-rlziy knows what gmail c-IotIi0s are :ind is the niost c-ritir-:il UIISTOIIICI' we Iizwe. But we :ire QIINYIIXS glad to see hini. Item-zriisv he is sure to indoi-so the dis- tinctive c-ut of ther gzirineiits we curry. See what we can offer you. None Better in the World. Alfred T3E'D.IiLII1'I1 N C0.'s High Art Lllotliing. John 13. Stetson l'o.'s Medium and High Grade Hats. XViIson Bros. Regent and Golden Crown Shirts. The latest things in Men's Furnishings. THE NEW CLOTHING STORE. Bowen 81. Stebbins, 620 Congress Ave. I 'V ,, ff TEEN. WOAMQWQ JK -A I4 w . x A .. fi I X V at , N I if lfilji as - I 'il - A L 5 r ijt nf K e rf f I .51 I. J I 'ef 5 X It 5 .r .. 'T :fit H I dwg I ' 5? -' 12 -eww "E " .4 F iff?" T fran I Q95 . ' that int it M ali is 1 1 . . f 'fi incline, nflem, of -Q li in .X fx -1 my gk. if my , l il o, e lm pf '55 X 429 X tif 5x ' lv ga' ' Y. If ' - vol.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. N729 1, -0 -ee -- t ' f :BX ' x gif xl 1 an gf .' e Jan.18 Doctor Benedict gets his semiannual "hair-cut." Jan. 28 First X country run. Local hunters take a shot at Folsom, think- 0 P 1 ing him to be a sand-crane. . N X I ' N F if Feb- 4 Freshman Petsch comes out for baseball team. 1 .fx 1 IZ' Feb. 10 Campbell-Stroter prize iight. i WS? X' xg Feb. 11 P. A. Rocks pays a laundry bill. gf' X .. Qs Feb. 18 Basket ball game in Womans Gym. Spectators on the outside A in Caught in a severe rain-storm. :NEB Feb. 18 Freshman Finley assists in a badger iight at the Phi Delta Theta ' house. 'egg .VS L Q : Feb. 28 Freshman Petsch announces he is a possible candidate for the axis oiiice of editor-in-chief of the CAc'rUs, ' "2 . ,K June 6 Paul Rocks repays Carter's 25c. fif 1 . M. ' X. -P Qi 'e 1- BE TRU E Palace Barber Shop E. E. ZIMMERMAN If ' to your home and your best interests when investing in a soo Congress Ave. Boscl1e's Bldg. piano and choose a reliable Oppoeite Avenue Hotel 0,0 piano sold by a reliable house- J 'Q 1 We have been selling pianos in Texas for fcrty years-We sell .-1-.-.l-.-.-.1- igzdnlggigaiin terms as low as Offers Better Accommodations than 1 Q if Any Other Shopin the City "3 :fill 0lTk'hBth'th cw JK' Thos. Goggan 62 Bros " Y U' 'S a S "' e 'Y .gy 1. Full Line Barber Supplies 1 All 2 703 Congress Ave. AUSTIN, TEXAS zfrfmgg I it U fg ii 27 fs it 5 i is ' I 'H -N 'FL ' .-S XYR-Sig. gag... 51,1595 gf 'Q 143' f. ma. is 1. f-we Wil X X X 1 if il, X N 1 'i 7' Xl- ef is e ef l . AJ .LQS f?AZQ,U,t" ai Xflgbl jiijiil lisfxigat' Vx st' Q .V ' L4-1 T 55' -,, 'l ,, 113.1 'x Lf' 'f 514-N .fwiii AD V 15 .-51. 1 J fl. , ff. 'N 12441 f mx K ,S .JB ii: fbifqgvklg ff' xsl' Q div if i Q, A Io lu ' C591 l, 'u 1 1 A., 1 V- gy Nw, iii. ,Q 1 M sy ,Tj 2.51 Q W' .gfpmfl 'Xi lf Q J- ef' in 'lm ffl ll. ff? xxy L 4 ,ffiy xf i' X 173 if 1 . ff X f HQX I L ,, U Milf if 571 XT A - if :HU .ali ffl H15 ,. sf l lffd H f drill Misa Weis ff is iQ. v l.eebQ J 3 fi ' Ulifkwf' "TW 39 29 XY "MX gs A: ' Qs 3 0 ' XX VOL.14. cAc'rus. 1907. 'TW Fontaine-Bickler Book Co. AUSTIN, TEXAS BOOK S Lzirgest stool: of miscellaneous books in Central Texas. Any bool: published can be obtained at short notice. STATIONERY All grzules of writing paper, tablets, pens and pencils. Ein- boSSed stationery one of our specialties. ATHLETIC GOODS , 1 .IQ 4 1 J. F. Newman -i , ,Q Manufacturing Jeweler ll John sneer New York ' Maker Class K. so 7 I ' of Pins 1 College Fraternity Pins College Fraternity Novelties - i ,lf iv Foot-ball, base-ball. tennis and College Fratemuty Leathers giji golf goods. College Fraternity Jewelry ' Q5 ff O gl Boschc-:'s Tro Laundr 'P is .. l'-' if Biggest Best Busiest J E 'al' All Judges of Good Laundry Work 3 . fi Patromze Us '4 2151. eq I . ,K 806 Congress Ave. B0th 'Phones 73 4. -Q F .454 , LE N , " - .4 -'J .- T: ,LL F XX rio' YN 5 will -Aix aid.. ffiwls dffeli , ff ll.: F J X ,L l IJ l ' 1.7, X. : 5 .A 'l , if if i D .E 'Q l ,ff :Uv ' N XD? QW D9 55 XX "asf X Egg Ea ' gf' g jvdjgu, VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. X nf .I N 'I bah' flu iii! 75 ,L 'Q -' if 5 A . GIDDY GRADING. . . gg u A Nita I To young hopeful said his father, A, you see, wou d stand for Awful, lj ,bf Last term's grade card in his hand: B, of course is mighty Bad, 6? ix "What mean all these letters on here F C, they always put for Crnnmnn.l' l f, ' I don't seem to understand? Thus, he spake unto his dad. Then young hopeful to his father, "D, is pass the Dead-Zinc grading, K lu n Unabashed and undismayed: E. is Eff-ellent on the book: " L-i,5.X XX I "'Well, they do seem quite a bother F, is simply Finest ever, 3' , ,H X Q But each letter 'S for a grade. He Went on with truthful look. Said the futher to his oifspring, Pride in every look betrayed: "I am proud indeed to see the Excellent grades that you have made. 7' U R. W. s its ff, fi? J yy ' 'Q GREETINGS T0 1907 AND 1908 H- W- STEINLE 3C SON, i Cor. I7 and Lavaca Street. fl. va, fi? 'fi"'Hf,JX I fi by-six ., l DRY GOODS AND gl ,X , INTERCULLE- I Y 3 if f-f , mm BUREAU MILLINER - One Price Cash House. 'igQfJwf, b ,w ACADEMIC I AUSTIN, TEXAS. Kg, cnsrumf , HILL at HILL Cottrell dxf Leonard, U r v Wholesale and Retail ALBANY, NEW YORK. A Makers of the CAPS, GowNs AND D' R ' A' ' Gijllis, 2123135 Igor thed Ignilverlgithy cgf Tegas, CJ Q C! ' XX P, 3.I'V3I' , '31 E, FIDCE OD. Ill- - fi, Pfefsity ogtthi snugrlunivegsity Oftfiaii O 1 H ' I O 1 gldriikafgffi'igZ.vT?eweiiS52i3,yii2. HCadq11aftCfS fOr P10119 ,fm o yo e, an the ot ers. , Q P llriss goBntragts a Specialty, Rich Gowns for Supphes' u . " in BuIl,:tiil1?sanfgilIis, etc., on request. . IOIO Congress Avenue, AUSTIN . l 425 our 11 . Ali? n J N- A I if- A 'piggy A4 .-5 I 81,551 F3 N Q -7 2' jfjgf fn, i W',Ev, 1- fqy fa 11, Amis-I S., s A: f t will WZQM W ,,f.'lgl5i ff? KN fl 1 x ,ww A-7 33, f , L-4-ig 2 H J Q ' S5494 13, gmzja, "1 1 , T1 fs. sz fffv-iw, 'flsvyi 61? WH U QNX? fB7J4v51 'WV ff Lil. 12 "Q ff W 'ff sf' av f Jef' N A M fad" N5 if ' Q 3.x vol..14. CACTUS. 1907. M ,M 15? Q 5 The Austln Nahonal Bank of vp F X31 YR Austin, Texas 6 "nfl MQ J AEE ? gs Capital, Surplus and Profits, S475,000.00 Q21 - Deposits, ---- S3,000,000.00 .jx RM B Rv P lil-1. LQ f gk Accounts Solicited fii LVN IJ' Q L A X, PROMPT SERVICE LIBERAL TREATMENT Q51 fi Y H2111 X5 ff x a fx sw , v ft ff X E. P. WlLMOT, Prcsidont WM. H. FOLTS, Cashier K, V WALTER TIPS, Vice-President M. HIRSHFELD, Ass't Cashier HENRY HIRSHFELD, 2d VicesPresident V .n KAQB 4.26 fi? C391 U Q N,v-133' 13 JJFLEQE5 Q31 I 4: affix 'Sf 'HZ-il Tm 'if X Q vb WRX R ,wijliiqwlkf ff? 1 W W 'XE ffgyw X Q sf. e s G s at i is i sf it f s is as J 0.634 ix? ring, is xi nay, X gg A: . H5 S isa, . X - ,fn . vol.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. '1 -f as HH H A 'Six ,n f sie :B 9 X-. 12 1 POOR HIAWATHA f Xl? Hiawatha, bent on knowledge, if sl 0 Left his ho me to enter college: A GW' is Packed his grip with shirts and collars, e ' , Took dadls blessings, likewise dollars, X , BQ Then so brave and wise and prudent, pf l X Hiked away to be a student. Qxjfkhy L A Minnehaha was a maiden "Y V Who, with high-school learning laden, Q21 L 9 Young and full of animation, Q X' Landed here for registration. rf - ixffi U .. Oh, that old matriculation! li Gee, that horrid vaccination. ff Hiawatha met this beauty, f .1 Ll' ,i Fell in love, as was his duty: .- 1 Nw, Got to acting kinder funny, fn X Rushed her steady, spent his money, I All his papa's dollars blowing- 'A M Well, I think Min had him going. "ls is ll X, ' I XX ' But Hiawatha soon went busted, , li 0 Xe And the girl whom he had trusted if sw , 4 , Quit him for a better goer- if ,. , ' For a soph who chanced to know her, 1 And with her had got quite smitten, X. Poor old Hi, he got the mitten. ' .1 ' R.W. xx H I p ,Mp p -v pp, pp p pp Ze! f, K l W W H if ' ' L A g W 9 A. J- A- JACKSO N Nielson Earns Go. , X x e r iff s .' Collateral Broker Af' "RQ, ,Ja . Vx, 'M 3' . . J il-740 i , T, Dealer in Jewelry, Diamonds, Egg, . Q' 1 Watches, Silverware, Musical UN i ' , Instruments, Clothing, Guns, I' W2 ji 7 . . . . . ,, , 2 Pistols, Ammunition, Sporting -, r' 1 A ', Goods. etc- Great Bargains in . - - Unreaeemeaeledges. oid Gold M 5 ' lx 1, and Silver Bought. Watches ,Ney ii, ' I X n , 'l-v Af tial I - x- and Jewelry Repaired. l 'gjfd-six! 5. -1 fill, ' - , Q, If 1 - r V I-X i A W 3 i f ri r' zz all , ' EIS Congress Ave. Austin, Texas U5 Ill 5 5 6135 ,iff is - ' . 3 31 . dl ls it 5 5 - 0 5 in W r . 1 .. 'v ' A .. ewsijif 'I 'Q fC?53f' z' ,X M151 F15 W s ess. i L x , ,. J ,X I ll, CLVI' 5 'Alam ,y-AN. FN. ,fv 7.453 s If , A l , .+, I A ggi? 6. ,R :...fF-jixx H? .. J I A D.-Q.- K .-3 :L .Y -' ,i ' EEE- f , - ,I I - M 3 .1 I A p If GQ Gai I A I J f buf' Xe sr .42 f .ff be ' rv N' ' A If .. VOL. 14. cA::Tus. 1907. ' 'kt I lgkl' '-L A e sons s nInI sI'fI nfiT Q If A W Qs 'I A V' 'Se Theqsnuo I A JOHN oRR 6 P fr. ,l lfg 6 ,I DAH LIC H Q If 1 iff af' I - L. I DESKS ez. Wholesale Grocer Q .1 H ,lid V Direct from our factory lll houfhern Ill1llZlllLl.t0 you ' Ii, ',, vigil:-3 I if I Q' and Importer B, ,. . C, ,., pi' I weed A ei A Il m w l llF.3i1"':'Q1, '- "U , F :Q . " ": own Jo r own L xll p , f f- --' 'I flask so: other H L' f M ,l I E - h. 'll'-4 uf'l'lr'efI1IIi re X' Q nit' the mf K l Z ' l l llxlw llgt DFICG' wluch the Q5 Congress Avenue and Fourth ' lrglg lf Hllll DFA A l f9i,aQ'ffe1?Q:af . fi I f I ' j ,aff Fmf 'V Street and on I. 8: G. N. Track lg A Hgih. All 5 '1'e'W"Om- A 1.35. -' fd me L:, - LH A, NH . . mf s. fh,??ef.!f,.:"II:I'I:f I:2'rxfR1.?,f.2f?gI. I Eff' I Desk null Office Furnitllre l'utulozue" which is T A mailed for the asking. ll H H w , I A I 'ily Texas Products a Specialty C- A- DAHLICH, 'iff 5 1410-l2I.:1v1II':ISt., ,II's'I'IN, IIQXAS. A ' - ff, A ees e - I A ' ' ' , A rj Business Education y T0 BY'S 5 AJ I I Practical Business Colleges fllfflr alll wAco,'rsxAs New Yonn CITY , PAL lncorporated Capital 550,000.00 Sclnool of Corr., 156 Fihlm Ave. L: ka Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,Typewriting Hs n rdf f Penmanship and Academic Departments -,N me THE HIGH GRADE SGHGGLS Em, HE Cafalvg-Ie FDR HIGH GRADE STUDENTS My ffm H If X - , . A W SmfH:.I2.BI,::f'I:..z::c':I'I33,50 Iam.':I'::,,::.1.nIe:::eI:':: F he F 0 R Y 0 U Complete Set of Books Lesson---IIIVESTIGATE II' lg-1 BOOKKEEPING. BY MAIL dll f I! f "' I' I I , c M MILLER Ajgf. lll'l.Hl.l':ll. IN if 1 TT: . . . . H Wail Paper, Paints, OllS, White Lead, Varnishes, Window Glass and P32 if p ig Painters' Supplies. Estimates on Painting, Paper Hanging gi, ' jpg and Glazing Cheerfully Furnished. 4 'tk l I 0 JW- Agent Sherman-Wllllams Pamts. If - I, 411 HH 'iii 711 Congress Avenue, AUSTIN, TEXAS. 'Phones 266 JV ,Q PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY. 5 ft. If "A X I 7 -'25 47 I, XV , if A Q x I l ,I .N f . T-S . 5 15497513 I 'is A I ' I gf ff?" QF 177' It WH! A IBA . I . sc is f If Arm sw f It 51 f ff if it it Q , 5 f-an . fi l ' , f , J ,'-ft 'ef ' J .+ li 'l ig ' A an gig X9 its xx pdf X gg Ag . gag, . X -X I 'C J . X VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. -X N' ' l 4 ,Lx ' N If ' .9 airy? W x "f - - l If you want to see the latest styles in L1lfllCS' 1 ' ix is 4 DR. Ready-to-Wear go tO SNAMAFYS kv ff ' ix! R ni i ician and Sur eon "lf it's new it's here" for ys g This is the place where Fashion rel ns , 1 W 'I ' 3 All Xl I xx Ollice over Chiles' Drug Store. ,ft Residence 2oo7 Whitis Avenue. 51, The only exclusive Ladies' Furnishings and t W' Millinery in Austin. gy i, fx BOTH 'PHONES: 60,1 Qi x X 'U Office, 65 Residence 224 506-508 Congress Ave in X s W WY 1 Xvan JaQkSf'yn XVIII. H- Slf1l'j', Puls, J- lv- Rfllvllllls, Ylt'9-Pres. il? R. li. Rnlll1ins,Sec-'y ur P n 25 1 if X lk Co to The lzllxllzmg ! 20th Century Drug Store . fi Q ii N Stacy-Robbms-Covert Co. F s. 1 X I Smith Sz jackson il 1? , 5 if REAL ESTATE XS 1. In business for your health General Insurance and Rentals A axially fri, I 612 Congress Ave. 'Phones 288 714 Congress Ave. Austin, Texas I ' X it l 'b V , -, in - vw--- i I I L fc, 'ki , 5 , ,fl t 1 . XX I , D' .4 in Xu ' it il 7 l 2 592 A S T M A N F212 i K prepares thoroughly for business and ,tml li , lf obtains positions for allgraduales J J' ' li 5, F UMR? of Complex!-e Commercial . f gg Course. . lhrs course gives in- L ,t tensely practical Workln Account- if ,X "' , 1, ing, Banking, Correspon- '-" '. l dence, Penmanship, Stenog- Leif, A A raphy, Typewriling, etc. ,, W, 9 31 . - kr Telegraphy and Railroad work 'i' Z if Y - ' x 312: Sucuessfullygaught. mx A J XX: Addaresgr write or free catalogue. QM i- , U -5 Av ' .. r TH E0 LOW S Si use , l it ii - Aldqll . Jill 5, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. , X l ' X or 119 w. 125th sfr., NEW YORK. N.v. f Ex? t t Q- when you reach 6th St. flier 5 91 l "W -'R-Q. l nfl E t xii 'T gh 1' Q X lift' if ' 4 Mx i i ff, ' :W -1 29 1? lk V. ' , x av X5 5 H. . 0. ',. ' - :X f , '-E .QV -, if-f Ist fa J t .1223 - Vt? .6 K XX YS N 1 N ! UV X I lbftjlgf X Q YD YN mfs Q se C -so f we - nf if 14, will if M. 1 f' or with ,J rx w A n K, " f Hi9f?5'2'f' g fmt", L ' at t 5 54,3 W' "ff ff, X iv X A1 ' as 04" ' X . Y - fsv vom.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907. - 2-A W ,ni K, fe ,- me . rt, 'J FAQ vs fcjifqixixi 1 V f-x X W ' VJ V, M: Q xg: K ' A 'ffm W ,fx 4 . 'lp '3 X M 9 9 - +5 Waternxan s Ideal Fountain Pen ,ALP ,E KN .1 on a vacation is a handy pocket companion, always ready for notes. records and , - I V2 M X5 'HI personal correspondence. Send souvenir postals, but write them in ink. mm Q! ' ' - Y'-1 5 W ., Q gli, My y ,- ff 5, .7 X555 2 e e 1 . ZW. 52- . P V Lv to CII P611 3 N 2 2 ' I '1 9 5 0 6 5 '. Q, q ' :Inf I f I ' ft ' H0l1I' Q, Gllp-Gap Q 1 4s Aix I- 6, , VO-F +A V- , Af NX , a Vi ' 6 21 Prices fangef 52-50, 83.50, 54.00. 85.00 and upwardfiependiflg on size of ' FA Q gold pen and style of mounting, if any. May be purchased almost everywhere. A gg .nxfxgy ' '73 X Qflxy, L- E- WATERMAN CO., 173 Broadway, N. Y. f , M L chica-30. Boston San Francisco, Montreal ,V 5 ,552 ' fi fffll' 5 if pl :fr X A , t if . if Ui 5, ' Q9 :: tif'-X df' bib W If? I 4' v 9 . X 5 W dy , We ' 11 uw YYY . w . 'P if E5 et Q ifiig' 4 n 'T wtf X 5 X Q I ' 'Nj N WA e ,P :X 22,1 Tix, Q 'il ' 'U a we We n v ,. 11 W' 'VE' dw as W Riff' 1 S F-W1 ! ' fffxjfgxg, 171 Mx X. 'NN-M, .tx ,+ 'fx ..LC5dxi"f?5'X 49 X WX X A:'Zv '42f": 1 x B vol.. 14. CACTUS. 1907, x ' - -4 7, , - 7, , ,X Q131 gf: 1 3 . A r n W HS- , ' w Xl M . Q H " 'Tf Ns. 'fi 6 gf LET US M '- 352 F 4 F 0 ' if! . sv Q W X ANG Y S- ai' 'S ww if 1 E me i -'S SS A -4 21 Xi 35 FW ez W W as: Tam Zi P35 1. J I f E ai is MWQQQWW, oN51D " ff XM 555 . 77 95 ,4, gSXg:x TP gi ' yi W ' TK A ' 1 A i s A' 77 ,xifzfx x i J' 7 -7 A, ' THE -Sf li 1 . 5""1eem? .'AA J, if if 75' ' H' fx: is: f AND N W Els x . -- --W1 - -Q5 ?ir-i 'AE,, ," Q ' '52 . . sk' - - If gf: ', ff?-f iilgggjg ' 252 - uw V mwgwgffiifw - -ff w lfWQWf N - f S355 Q7-W3 f f - VN 33, 5059341 ifcx 24 slit w.G.cgEg:ESP,a'nA.XWSS of-xLl.A5,'rzx. ' LA? !-!,:Lf::-z-.:.',.L 1:-: ,,a5:.e4,'g5: 54.54.9454-g5:'--"'-'-'1'-'-jpg L. 4 u--..- su -Q-0uv-ubuvuv-.0sv.0-.Ons-Q-Q-:buf-ns.v.Q,,1'2 ,ir M V S . X ' R 3 Qu t JI Xi 55.26 lg ' I -,. ' 'r ,,, , Tk A ' . 'nf ftffff ,A ff. Q YW PW' 3 L girl- . -9 A I x I .l 7 fi! J 4 , dun In xug X fyyyw .A rf 7? f Lim MQ Q X . 'Wk . -'S N ' f is .. NK? ,992 .Q .T M eff A 1 Af J ff ff X X X 7 291 A 'J by-5 Qlifx r, 095 V Hfyjfsfli A K' , 'wx Wiki 1 'Q J 'JQHN , W 'T M Q uv Q! V, . 31' PM if .AW , 'iffixg 015 .3 if f f ,A C54 510535 1" I K Q, Ezfjymli g 4522 U .1 LR X fl? 'mv Ji: xx f A X V P 4 x ,J X 1 af Jax? 'X , Wax :ENN ' 2 h 2 1 1 Q B '43 i I ! 5 't x 5 f l I 33 5 5 2 9 m I I . 4 ,,4 u i . Bl P4 i 4 4 1 F f. 1 5 'ff TU ,Ji n J Q e . e as -1" . ' fur' ' f-so . 'bij' if 1243 in x ' ' ' Q f X 5- 'lf'-f ii V-Vfl,-12. I3-YV XXI 1 X l ,'74'fu", A 'T V' ill 7- gvnx ..L- ,- 1- , ,. - jf ' ' I 1 '- A 5 '- 'fl . - 'fm Vg? X 465' X 50 X ICSW' gg A: in ga' x' W ,wig ' I.-, von.. 14. cAc'rus. 1907, , 'B ,Mi -. f L'7 ' a+' e . .1-f ' 1 ,LJ . Jwig-, ffl! - lie ' f 5 J . C,f"'XFll--1 Nov. 211 Thanksgiving Day. Texas wins A. X M. game. Student body ,HJ . Q fails to parade. What 's the use ? The cops don't care. 152 -55 Dec. 6 .Iunior-Freshman foot-ball game. Metzenthin breaks the long P distaiice pedestrianism record. Succeeds in penalising the if p Juniors off the gridiron. Dec. 10 Joe W. Bailey visits the University at the invitation of the Faculty. "l,Lf.J Senior, Middle and Junior Law Classes, Law Department and Law Department Janitor. Grand parade of Reception Com- . fl mittees. Luther Nickels discovers the presence of snakes and ,si geese on the campus- Dcc. 11 Luther Nickles is stung. ggi' 'X Dec. ZH Freshman Petch announces for Presidency ofthe Final Reception. rj y. X Dec. 21 Examination week. Chaos. 'f ik Jan. 5 Betas receive a large consignment of candy. 'ik Q? Jan. li Pi Phis, KAOs, Chi Omegas, KKG's, fiidfs feed afternoon call- A3 . ers on candy. Fatty Milroy says: ' Atlast life is worth living." V? 'XB Jan. 1:1 Ben Milam, KA, visits they 'Varsity u . fa 2 bbs, Jan. 1.1 Election for President ot Final Ball. Luther Nickels discovers my 159 coyotes, hyenas, serpents, ghouls and Zoological monstrosities in ,fi 1. I the auditorium. Also becomes aware of new botanical specimens . and secures a large juicy lemon. y U I 'F Jan. 16 Ben Milam still here. Price of bottled beer advances 50 per cent 6? ' 'sg Jan. 17 Roy Rather moves to No 23 Lemon Avenue. " lf' Sunday .V ,. Jan. 121, No beer in town. Ben Milam returns to Dallas. ' .f f IQ 1 ,X- lf ss l Lx A1 ff' , ff vii P. W. MCFADDEN y .Eiga ig? . , D X3, o l 1 b , Dfuggwt Oscar Robinson f. . ,fi 1 I I' X p' R ..- . fgifr K, L lv 'rwo STORES: tif 9 ff, Q Q ' ef Un1vers1t Dru Store 17,1 515 2 , Y g MEN's OUTFITTER ' .tai Gi, , Up-Town Drug Store jg CN 1 fx l 'f'f" 1610 Lavaca Street '15 if 1 ll ill-1 l. 5 fx-C, "-' Austin. Texas fly . . in JF .lg Both F1rst:Class Austin, Texas ' I 1 V 5 3 i it 21 6 H l .2 qflggm 432 W XX. . ' if-id ' as o QE!! S wg N- - ri' A ,ati 'f , ' . foam! ' Q f.s5.'f-' llfai . " 1 " ' J " 'lf'-P -f' 4' " MTPW. W 'litil ff N NA N. r .ll . an 7f2fnni ,-Q3 I. Xwlv -.1 Ziff Jeff' 'X. AJ M262 .Aff - fy A iii-7 ' "J ' "3 f 5g ' fps ff-wg: we - -Qs? 'W 'f .Ja Ni, X J ' ag' f f f Af' i .J R - I 71290 XR? Z9 X ,Ziff X gg ez Y ID 5234! I Xl' M 'Y ,gg an ' 1 I ul- l ,X :J tl: 5 a . Q 'I3 Q3 , -xv: ii i XXXL s 0 X I hp! I ya Milk.. , A, N lv X f 1 , px lx I ' N 'us K x QS: 7 ,, N ' 4 ,,.. ' A y V I ' D VOL. 14. . . if' REFINED DRESS 1 1? 1 W- . 'xc A, Mit, -1 N' "1 ' A it FOR MEN -A ,xx gt X! ,',-IH. X V 1.- ,, 'X ,--, 1.1-,H . , X, K ' J Q, ,'.,' AS IT IS sl-lownl AT 1 'Ev-2 , ,mit ,' A 'Jw 1, 1 f f-L ff -FN. . , , H-X f, ' sw: M '. W-Ssffx, 1 1,3 ,- :. ' f . 1 5 X -yas" A ' I - '1 ' ' 1" , 1" ,iff :I . -il '31Iv,1 GALVESTON'S ,, . ,. ' 1 H , '- Y f , 5' J, . r ,- 1' W' "g 1 Ig 3 ,I 1- - ,X V' .47 Z- -,xiii - lim V '- GREATER :Ldv-:QM 'af 151 Y I it Q ffm is Aifl - ,F5 " J U , I Q f gm tl ,Ji J A43 li fir, f 1 :fl'iil"'2iiR' ff 3 - Z, 'v A HT li . ri ff ii? M . A A A f 5 Jil? 9 4 A v wr gash? E , , , z - MEN S STORE gy E55 The man of refinement is never conspicuous in his dress, yet his clothes always reveal fashions characteristic touches. To combine fashion and reiinement is an art-so much an art that it incessantly demands the keenest faculties of those who engage in it. It has been this store's life study. Our success is reiiected to-day in this, the most elegant display of new Spring and Summer Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishings We have ever made. Visitors always welcome. You are welcome to call on us With no obligations to buy. was E. S. LEV 81. C0. ncom mon utfitters GALVESTON, - - TEXAS CACTUS. 1907. -'ig 1 VIN I ,QL 6 A Qi F2 fain MWQ S it 1. V XZ ff lA'Y 4,-'V My Q R M3611 I .f' i 6 ml N I tg ,X jk-A I A f RX-' Q9 'Q .XYZ 51 I, Q l Nu' f ,xg l if X5 A Xi?-XN W' 'I lx Yvljihill A . QW faj X5 'J ' fa 5 Au ijlxl girls I J E A a J ' fx an figfjt Q' X Qi? ,fi 33 'W ig' All ' -V N i k :gl 51. hw X fs , -we 22,133 X 2 Q' ' R , ., i A , N ' - .. 1 f 'fi g ' v gf' ',ws"'f'Q fl Qffr . J ev GLZ2, sg ,QQ N A93 ,l wfxfx .. Vg' il R fx N X Y l I1 I I 1 L J : i r ' 47! i ll aNMsw fes4gQ2W3fe ks2afv 4-at vp i 1 ,-i j 65? -E:-' wk qtpktgty 3--'FEEX "F " cj, QL-R NEdI:"tE-4 V f..us,gj,, -'Z J -:L I If stop .efffoic aaafffgi ,f A , A Lilhe In as UW by W5 X I 59 Y as gk A3 D U9 04, I X 'ly VOL.14. cAcTus. c 1907. - W ii I at , :Q :is ' A 1. ii. gesiggsgiliahiia. BEST EQUIPPED ' igk: lg. 3IItL13rq,t'1 Niiqf-is-IDE-esiilerlf. gf gn Ile-e Iiemliiivt, Cashier- D Y E R K S M A Texas Bank and Trnai Company, 'ffl GALVESTON' TEXAS. And Cleaning Establishment in Texas. lb .A ,. 4 . CAPITAL , .. ., S200,000.00 ' SURPLUS ---""----- 200'00O'00 Our Work is as Good as the Best, East or North. If J A N UNDIVIDED PROFITS, 50,000.00 We Sglicit thc aggounts of BANKS, Ail Express Drders Given Prompt Attention. A ASQ, BANKERS, MERCHANTS and INDI- : VIDUALS. Buy and sell FOREIGN I I fe EXCHANGE. and give Special eeeen- QUOTATIONS BY MAIL' . tion to COLLECTIONS. We pay 'se- A THREE PER CENT INTEREST, Com- ' pp up pounded semie-aunually on SAV- 07 . Q61 A : INGS ACCOUNTS. THE TRIMBLE COMPANY, Q A xx. ' M .7 X3 -lk 2326 Postoffice Street and 5 2 to 524 Twenty, K' N 4 ai. MW R?SFSIfI,fT?: R. W I A fem SM' " If If "1'35i?5Wi' 3731eZW9.1's'a'ifl-iran,"' ifffrf'iJeIii1',2xLo. onivesnon. texas. 'enones1eaoai4a. 5 v . T ,J X9 ' GONQAI-FS QDSQHAPERA lanes' and l5eIiIornen's Dining Hoom. of 1 IIIIJOI' 'PFS Hill 011 PFS ID H if FIRE ARMS, AMMUNITION, Private Entrance for Ladies. fs it , FISHING TACKLE, of XX BICYCLES, PICKWICK RESTAURANT. S X5 AND GENERAL SPORTING Goons. Mes. L. nouns. pfapffeffeee. ' I fcfaffnf Racking and Repairing Fine Guns a Speciaity. 2214 Maiket Street, North side, between N 22d and zsa, KJ fi X3 2123 lI.XliIila1'i' S'l'RI'Il'1'i', L ,- GALVESTON,Tl:XAS. 'Phone 774. GALVESTON, TEXAS. cb 3 pw -W-ml-b F c c My R i J ft F 0. B. MARSAN ae COMPANY, C. N. RHODE, J, Z Y X 65 1 i fglga Headquarters for A- Impoooed and , 1557-54 Oysters, Fish, Shrimps, Poultry, . .. if ' Game and Vegetables. B . 'I ,leo Wi 1' Qf"w, A i J 1 new marker Street, 'Phone 109. Market and Tmmom Streets' 64 A59 9 AUS'l'IN,Tl-IXAS. AUSTlN,TEXA9- F I ,W f x : as Q , F e5 I -A o A. wise fe fiefff' if , If - q , ,J 5 WA f, N' J. -. A I is Jaap f A A o 1 TI Q 5 YN K f- Ns ' I it ,IJ , kj 1 cf ,. B ,jlfxjjxjm I 'ix' " ,AY tt? f QB NE View ffflk- :aa . t A it W V W "UT " is f - ea iw . , 'I I .- , .. "wiht X3 'Y' Mel 91 f 'Elm lifes VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. 1, - 3 x .. Depository of the United States Government 3 A r V L N30 ' Sworn statement made to the Comptroller of the Currency ' of the United States of the Galveston National Bank At the close of business, Saturday, January 26, 1907 1 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, - - iGl,39l.l45.94 Overdrafts and Bills of Exchange, 548,731.96 LIABILITIES United -tates Bonds and Premiums, 182,500.10 Other Interest Pa ying Bonds, - 10 000.00 Capital Stock, - - 3 125,000.00 Other Stn- k- and Bonds, - - 3 4- -0 00 Surplus, - - - 25 010,00 ll Banking House and Fixtures fnewl, 40 000.00 Undivided Proits - - 49,735 48 X3 Other Real Estate, - - - 1,500 OO Dividends Unpaid, 15.00 . . Redemption Fund, - - - 2,5110 00 Circulation, . - - 50,000.00 Cash and Exchange, - - 1,169 776 54 Deposits, - ' - 3,099,803.96 Torn., - - 33,2149 554.44 TOTAL, - - 33,349,554,44 ll X . ,Nl oFFlcERs AND DIRECTORS ' T.j. GRACE, Pres. H. A. LANDES, Vice-Pres. GUV M. BRYAN, Vice-Pres. C. J. WAI STONT, Cashier BROWNING GRACE, Asst. Cashier 1 L. W. LEVY FRED HxRTEL Q V. E. AUSTIN J. R. CHECK '1 I Established 1 85 I I New Orleans Polyclmic xr EIMER 8a AMEND X 7' Session open in November and close M 1 in May. Intended for practitioners. Physicians may enter any time. In- struction aims to be Clifnrical and Practical. Use will be made of the vast facilities offered at the Great Charity Hospital, at the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital and at the Polyclinic. Physicians will find the POLYCLINIC an excellent means of posting themselves upon the medi- cine and surgery of the day or in any special department. For further information regarding the POLY- CLINIC also our TRAINING SCHOOL Fon NURSES, write 204-211 Third Ave., Cor. 18th St. NEW YORK Importers and Manufacturers of C. P. CHEMICALS AND RE AGENTS, CHEMICALS PHYSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC APPARATUS ASSAY GOODS it -4 I EVERYTHING NEEDED FOR A wg P. U. Box 191 New Orleans, la. LABORATORY 9 1 '9- 4' ' 5 ,, Q ,wif k ' 1, 43 It ' I 'NJ 'sv' fd,3'f, V4 .-E -7' D I "'j'?g.? it SQ, ff A sms - attire, ,aj ,I ew -aaa if fer' 'N w"2e AWN: M31 P QMS? '2ffi'V ffl 'X NF!-5 I , N . K5 I' fd., A . 1 1 JJ 'E :Zu . -xf rf if I ., R ' 61 lm- ll K x GJ S 1 C15 . .ie " --+ 1' ti is I ., 1 rf I . V ., 11 ' .wg Wo ,, a X. ,I xi. :fl .1 1 v f Q? .X mfg 134355. 3 'Cx fin, 17 ,Z ' A eil, :Zim F ' N f X WAX. 15,70 '1 it it 1 I 'o J J is A bfi C f i L 4 nj! 'craft-. 6' 0.5, 'IFJ Q Nwidf-3"': A gifpv 'FZ ' FW' ar-"' X. , J Wig von.. 14. cAcTus. 1907, 'VCX f,,, ,, , QQMQ iw., KWWL Your XVilI1tSiI10U1'1iHQ Special Rates lg All Students If X' we l1e1'ewith solicit X7 ,Z in -A-I, If , Q!!! is l I -3 x xl! t 1. ri ' 1'Qf'g Bunnfns' Hnnnwnnf, mms, y i q, X M he M cunfnv GARDEN Hose ' ft XWWI1' Wg Ann scnffumn 5 W yn. Kc X U41 My 1 t W M BODDEKER 62 LYONS Q2 2, yi A f.Z7z'Q1M 'A 5 of MORRIS Q ' M ' gjgtlx 'Phone 13: 2211 Postotiice St. The Photographer 5, i q ix GALVHSTON, TEXAS 'Phone 745 Galveston 1' 'P X A. S. Newsom Louis E- Gottheil 1 'W'Kg4 P1'op1'ieto1's THE MODEL MARKET ,I 'Q .2 Q53 Choice cornzf ed meats I ge: 3 X44 r t L Afcl TU 2 Z3 IJ 2 gglffiifi it sift 5 pifihibif. Free Delivery and Prompt Attention 'Phone 2 HH S. E. Cor. 20th and Market Streets GALVESTON, TEXAS 4.16 gg - 1 -chi .. QE 4 , f .Ii 'H 1 lp 'rf ' 'ul I u A ,fir WX .Vp it K 'N . ' I X I t it QJRXVYSA xt , W 9 i X -8 Viva .cf , I ,H A rg "1 A ere Kfxjal' E I -mx , AR 4312? fur' -AT4 ,, kftbrwg Wmjfm tx fer C F931 TEA rl 4-A.. .ravi F V' " j qfwxi My XLX . H2 ,', I-'X '-2' f ' P 1 if X5 .I CV V p "xr Af ' i., A U . ggffys D , It fr! I 1 0354 Xl Q , J W: ,JCB my Z? n'gXi'A7 MKII .I XA NNY ,CEM rf I JFS Aff? are mf I1 fem 5 E-:aft . , X I Ln? L-3 H. A U, IJ -X X 'C-LV 1, 1 A 5 A rl .Ax tv ,ye "ft ,Q gixl i-,XQA Lr"3J,.'ir 58 'W SC? Q wif X SE C" is K' zefgl W X' yxjddxxi M VOL. 14. CACTUS. 1907. I surrir Your Irvine wirrs IINE GROCERIES AND coin te QQ Cb At a store that always has the Correct in things first, where quality isparamount- iyk lkr and where prices are most modest. A 5 A- T. CuIsTIrs, 'TS ROBT- I- COHEN, Corner 91h and Mechanic Streets. ,I CCRRECT CLUTHES FUR GALVESTON, TEXAS, ' MEN Ann enrs. A - see ee gm .-M. JLHN M. MAURER, , Dunlap Hats, Manhattan Shirts, Stuttgarter Underwear, h -E h it Alf. Benjamin and COmpany's P U 211' i xg Clothing ' Carried Exclusively by Us in SPECIAL RATES T0 STUDENTS. , GALVESTUN. 418 Tremont sr., 'Phone 1698. M. W. SHAW 86 SON, LIEFERT BROTHERS, UnliciansandUiamnndSeIIerS Groceries, Cigars and Tobaccos. ' and Manufacturing Jewelers. ,vx ALL KINDS OF SEEIEIRING NEATLY We handle a line of Notions, XX, Cor. Tremont and Market Sts., Socks, Handkerchiefs' Etc' VV U GAI-VEST0Nf ------ TEXAS 'Phone 776. Cornermhand Market, 5 X J. J. SCHOTT, J. B. DAVIS, , THE LARGEST RETAIL WHOLESALE , L PRODUCE AND . ..yu DRUG STORE COMMISSION MERCHANT. IN THE SOUTH' Chickens, Turkeys, Eggs and Vegetables 'Phones 300anu nano. ettvssrormsxis. and Fmt in Semi f f 'Phone 1939. 2019 strand, I WE NEVER CLOSE. GALVESTON, TEXAS. W , F A A mfr A. J is ELI., JJAXQS. f, 265 .. .. 1 AIA- riff I 'E .WEE frat ZEN? Qfig Jil fig fi? li 's ii' . we . A ., A s it il, WN gif R fi lil 'gf X 35 :A ' 2:5 3 gn A ' - xx S, Si, ' ,- 14. iiw M-A CACTUS. 1907. Qf ,TQ 15, fffiini THE COLLEGE BRAND CLOTHES ' iq Af - fl? D THE STEIN BLOOH SMART CLOTHES of THE HOME OF KUPPENHEIMER OLOTHEs .taxa 1 X vg I J A'l dld'l'l'GlO't b X ,Z X ie ian e exe usive y ln a ves On y ll 1 e ave c ram ot mg o. Th D S h Cl h' C if in f Qi if l- 3 -I , lj y . if X.. '1 I I' sv! 4. 4, X AJ X , X 0 3 be LC CNN, it L x I-! Sl lx Sir Ng, la' F X. 'if ll 3 I A ay- E dl 4 2202 AND 2204 MARKET STREET r l r ,I I P, Li B. B. STEGIER J- L. STLZGER E DRUGGIST i 1 A Swell Parlor for Young People f f ' XT' A ,QA Hats Cleaned 500 to 51.50 ,, UIQ "Meet Me at the Fountain" ' 59 3U Shoe Shines for 311.00 i Clothes Cleaned and Pressed I . One Months Shines and SPECIAL ATTENTIQN SHQWN 'J Clothes 351.50 STUDENTS 1. Panamas Altoona Bleached , W FIRST CLASS WORK Corner 21st and Market Streets ,X 601, 'llrellirml Sl. Galvtiston, Texas 7Pll0IlQ fiELlV9StOl'l, Texas I if 438 A H21 T f- -A ,IEW - ' K A xg O W mi fm MS , Wqym MAXJQ MA , rx 4-9X fl A ' " E I ' - ' .- ff " - , ' f ' ' ' 'X ,7,.J'+21f2 A , iijqrwxg gffxx' CJ X-in ' f G1 1 pi gil 1 ,X- -.c n on 'LE' I MS Ve' fe' ' qslzgcu ef 'I 1' I 4' f ' W 'ff 1. , an o If 55 N Ev 55 -eg fn 434' l VOL, 14, cAcTus. 1907. 1, gf I Yi A 5 ,,111,1 GOAL GOAL N. sA1.z1vlANN ' X-I 1 9' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Watchmaker, Jeweler and E o FLOOD Sc co "Man Ng, Ga1veS'f011,TeXaS om ecia and Silver Bought .js -1 HPOCAHONTAS' AND MNEW RIVERM ,Q The two best Auierical steam Postoflice St. Galveston, Texas coals mined A ' TONSORIAL PARLOR I Supply households, factories, W. R. HILL, prop. X foundries, blacksmiths, railroads, kk, interior dealers, steamships, etc. Hot and cold baths, porcelain tubs X5 E Z Shaves and Up-to-Date 531 ALL KINDS FOR ALL USES Electrical Face Massage Office 2113 and 2115 Mechanic sr. CLEANLINESS OUR Mom' axe Ya,-ds 18th and Wharf DON,T FORGET THE NUMBER I Telephones 800 and 100 317 22d St. Galveston, Texas l Il QQ. B. E. XVILLIS I. J. SULLIVAN E, E, BLOCK FEB 'Phone I52 for if wlLLIS 85 SULLIVAN SOUvENIR POSTAL CARDS fi Xl winis' Celebrated Ice-cream 15e per dozen WE MAKE THE BEST ICE CREAM CIGARS, TOBACCO AND STATIONERY l I 1 IN THE CITY -1- 31,2 , . . I X, Factory 12th and Postoftice Streets Phone NO' IMO 23d Emdo' 9' sts' , P Gralvgstgns TQXQS GrELlV6SlJOI1, TQXZLS TQNSQRIAL PARLQR MENS REGENT SHOES X Q" X W. D. PVELLE, Proprietol ARE THE gf BEST 543.50 SHOES kb fig, SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING, SHAMPOO- ON EARTH 15. X ING. LATEST MASSAGE, HOT l ' l. AND COLD BATHS For sale in Galveston at K? , FLATTO'S l . , si xl 506 Tremont St- Galveston, Texas THE FOOT FITTERS i,l 1 1 l 43 W' . 1, ... ' . f ' ,. de-23.2 if f.,'5ei51 Qi 5 1 li ' '7 ip Gif'-D KI f- W5 HS? " ql'M5V 1 K X x r If E f ' , xx i W Zyl! lv 1 3',!l"NEi ...JMVJXZ .4 5. 'N Mfg V f, fmbq J' Ji' . 'J - ws X 4, wg, if -QM ,'?gf', 7 X i fm 1 1, S 5 , A 1.- lite.. I O. -'g 'I iff' KU I- S .tv ff? if me .C l I li! X ffl' I-KAI? lgliglv .1 Alf' mall 1 go A X- K, nfgg I N K' 'Q KA 1 , 1, XL 19 A P X , 1. 1, '41 "' , I - N fl' Ffa I Xin 1 QQ f LIT, I fo al ffl' , ' ci w Rx ,fo if 1, ' :Tx N A x 'X vii if-N ,4.' .5 ,r n - ' IJ A ,ffezggj . J? ..,J.0,,p ldfi. '-TVJN if Ii? JW 'QS QPJJMJQ A' ff il fig Xlg if X' Ib? VOL. 1-l. CACTUS. 1907. T AW WILDER ar coLEY I ' HW. ' Kahns CnnieciIoneIIg. TU eff- E v ICE CREAIvI THAT IS PURE. . CANDY THAT IS WHDLESDIJIE Star Dru Store CAKE THAT IS FRESH, Qknigg ...1 PRICES THAT ARE Low. .5 .Zh SERVICES THAT ARE PROMPT li I Tremont and Postoffice Streets, 2109 Market Street, rfi GALVESTON,TEXAS. is GALVESTON, ---.-. TEXAS E -WEE lbw, I-II.q Bay Drug Store Fox MODEL STEAM BAKERY. 1 xi DRUGS and MEDICINES. Manufacfufefs of 14th and Market Streets, High Grade Bread and Rolls. r GALVESTON, TEXAS, Shipping Supplied Promptly. 63 'ld Ex! Druggisls' Sundries, Toilet Articles, Prescrip- 'Phone 146' . tions prepared from the Puresl and 19064908 Market Street, ' Best ingredients only. Choice Cigars. A GALVESTON. TEXAS. T l I., MOORE BROS., R. H. J0l'IN'S .W . ' if 'WHOLESALE AND RETAIL If TRUNK FACTORY. ' A 'Y ,W R . Repairing Done. G OCERS M W GALVESTON, - - - - TEXAS. A EIB-22I Markel Sl.. GALVESTUN. TEXAS. J '-,fig Pure Foods Exclusively. 'fps L .C -EE D . -- . 3? 4- - A . E- ' PETER IIEIIGIEII COMPANY Ip. I e e u Il . :yrs LQ2 N. L. BALLICH, Proprietor. SELL THE BEST GROCERIES W f 5 f--s-- FOR THE LEAST MONEY Q i! IIIEIIIITIIINIJIIr.TII.IIIITI:. IfIIIIIIITIINIIIIIIIITESITIIIITE - OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 'Phone 226. INVESTIGATE. -zeosium-ken Street, ' A33 G,u.vEs'roN,'rExIxs. GALVESTON, - - - ' ' ' TEXAS I7 PQ 1 Qi 'TW ,. , g,- V .. 'A 19,6 K I:-Mgr, ,,, . :L Mrk H A EA. 5 Uv, 1 r X Y .Fm " Y fI5I X ,Fx-A. f , ln. E f If 'f IE'-IE WEEE? is N. I 2 A '34, I . f A 'A it fs 1 al-fa' 'fe Yee? We ' S O ' e 5'9" ' ft 'ff' fiv, ,. Ea VOL. 14. mms. 1907. -dvi lt? W A T T E N D - Draughon's Practical Business College ,RQ Fon A 'ri-ionouen couRsE IN Qjiilgl I' ll. A . D Book-Keeping, Shorthand and Typewriting Q Q, E X Great Demand for Competent Book-Keepers and Stenographers N? l v li, --? , I ,, s W, , COLLEGES LOCATED AT ffl'-rw I ,I Galveston, Waco, Ft. Worth. Dallas, San Antonio, and twenty-three other 1 Kgs cities in the South jywxx' .3 5 go X-X' , 1 Atisgix Q5 BEST FACILITIES WRITE FOR FREE CATALOGUE M l X4 ' A -P -? 1- -. , , L rp x ,, F. GEO. LEINBACH MISS DONIINGO ' I 'l ., ill N a X A full line of Park Davis a oofs 44, ,E 5 Ig 2121M3fket St, Galvgstou and Sharpe K Dohme's presorip- ' X-,JW 'X tions. Students'note books always 750 Der dozen. v lilth St., Postoffice and Church li M' I Modem Telephone 108 Galveston, Texas 'Q u' l- N. YY Y 'I ' x Prescription Department Phone 57,5 I ttyl, N A S C H K E 'S F 'K omp ete 1ne o emioa s anc ,,,,, O 1 L' f Ch 1 I I il lx. FOR UP-TO-DATE WOIRK ,fllllllll 'li - ii Drug Sundries 'gy-'Y ' Photography Q33 - E - L+ pa, Studio 15th and Church Streets T - 'Phone 18 Galveston, Texas 465175 ts f J 32, af 4, V, Ft . if A E, .L ' . 'H ... ,Sify , -'Q -'f"f',3 N J LL:-,J J! bt' - AWE, -- jwxfx -- af, QI Xi it , XQRQX K my , A , wil- I it my c I ,I 1 2 ' flff'tQ' I rf aff, lwlfafmtz A of A . X afar? if M34 ,fl!"Yl3 We 'TQ 14415. - .,"'- X N V 43, 4 ,u ' Ax I pf I, q N ,191 'Hz fx., L' Vai. .W lj,- -3 FAQ Lg X H .A is A L ,CPN 1 .gp -A NW' -X if 7A 'A' .5 In 4. 2 i in A ,4 ' Lin 1 1: va, la, M bs Qi.. lm ', . AS - QE - P is A . ffm 'Q , R X. tw, ' 7 ffil ,J r"I 1 V, if Ng fi , Afvwfla Af!! if J ! . ,533 x': w ,Aft We . X N 'F , V fi' frf Q3 L tx A. 5' 1, fr Q. , 1 fnljlfl f' Xa cd ff ffl .ulffgh f ' 'x fp 1 rg' 9' A , .1 I X' I." 'Q N JK' XP A X f"'- . - A f .Y A91 .P 'QFANXA ja rg! xi 53 if Nt. A qw +-EX flaw fsk:..z3.- H .3 x -5 : W 'v A057 55 N if bg A3 ' my ' 030' ' ' il W " vol. 14. cAcTus. 1907. 'N . ff. Gowart 81 Herbert, 'Q Would be glad to supply you with cheap Groceries, Vegetables, Fruits, 3 Fish and Oysters. Meat market open at 'all hours. Call and see us. "' . fc ., Corner lfth and Market Sts., GrALVEbTON, TEX. 'Phone 200-1 " Final: F. HL'NTr1H A. A. FINCK. ,Xp M A HUNTER Sz FINCK Q4 STATIONERS PRINTERS AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS ,fl A W .U ,g 213-2:5 22d street, GAl.vEs1'oN, TEXAS. ' I .1 THE NEW PANTITORIUM CLUB. JOHN W. MARTIN, Prop , . Ji sufo CLEANS AND PRESSES sexo x Mom-H FOUR suns A MONTH. Mom-H WE ALSO CLEAN AND DYE HATS. SUITS MADE T0 ORDER. if L. A. Ni.x.xs. J. TUSSUP MAAS-TUSSUP GROCERY CO., HGROCERS OF QUALITY." 4.1 J J 'NUFF smn. ' S. E. Corner Tremont and Winnie Sts., GALVESTON, TEXAS. ' 442 ' 3 A pp 4 I A V ,. .3 K F 4 .WJJXQ if , 2 'N 42,41 4? lf? p . 2,-jx ,AJ '.' - 4 ' sr :CS 1' cpe. few ' 1 'Q 'uf p f"':v'+ 1-' 9' 'W' r a QMQQWFWQMXWX BSMVRWQWIVMQW - ,. 'b VOL. 14. 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