University of the South - Cap and Gown Yearbook (Sewanee, TN)

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Starf . 3tA 3 a J " ' 7 I.iil AUrtMWi . . s£ [J3 G441V™ ' " . j-. ■! t+l |j(4l|4Ultt ..... . 2la MS S nHl| k ' aroliun , - . - 211 [ 5 [ Tnnit ■ . 212 ISA Tps 1IJ ' Si K-i ji- knrr ill Itihlwip UuinUnl . 214 ■5 MiKrllini ' inih . " 5 ■bi L ' ni ' .i. ' rMiy EiLiL.liiij. KauciL 2I{| ife I ' tUc .,..-■ 21-7 ■6i hhhhItuI»- .... ng ■(M ItouV " . Cf i !-■- Vtar ■ 22D ■ t Applied QuotAlionii 3-JI i " . Ovfrlici ' Til - 2J1 ■ r A Yimou . . . . ■ , 3JJ iO Xwinlrin BcHi , , . . ta .«, SUiiirticp ■ . ji6 r?o AdreTtiieiiiciilH ■ ■ »9 To the 4fh:incc tlov of the SUilucvsity. I ' he Eight Urucvciul riuuius Mii.:lriL,unu ' . Sucllcy 0, IX 3:5;, XL D, F, fc. bishop ot ii cut itchy, This ualumt is li f Cc cti o n ;t t rl n rtciUcntc il. no mtonder ' d tr t your lordship Would suffer t lrn to spend h youth, at home. Wr|]le other i en, of sien 61, nfrpuiatiorii Put forth th lr sons to ewk prEferniert out; Soiree to tt e wars., to try th,ejr fortunes triers: Some- to discover Islartfe fat avjay; So-m,e to t e itudlous universities " We- MSIRK Til THANK — Mr. Francis Vaux Wilson, m - thomas j ames chosbv, jil MR- FRANK RICHMOND KlMltROUCK. and rk. Luke Lea, FOR VALUABLE ASSISTANCE IN THE PRE.PA RATION asp ruwt.lt avion (»• Cap and Gown. n f TV 6 tt -t J J £ff» i.. 1-1, 1 a HWfuiiS ii . ii- -.Mi OWH nielli IKUIl WCMW Mgtttf iukiiu »■- » " U xan r Qatym JUtadchck ZAL (TtRV.) Qan ier JLeifd Tucker ATA f la.) CharltiS CafpBtwtft ' JutcJritcy A ' Tfi- (S ' C) TrHkairtjftteftef Green KZ. .ftfttss) CM KfrnJ; fAeffief) PK0HMVD IM_A.ir ttfflVNUHTY Ul- t» : KHJTH I4 WI3, TI- " i-k the faults of this volume may be h — and we axe very sensible that it is not perfect — it must be credited wjiLl tli is one thing, — it has appeared mi time. In this it differs from its ninth -traveled predecessor, llie ill-fated Animal of ]-S a K as its sorely- tried Editor-in-Chief :iii::i:iis iilive t " testif] , To the younger generation this fact IHfW have no significance, lii.lt to ill i ' niL-ii of ' yi, who fmnied and lliailV limes :n id oft repeated On. 1 hateful question, " Mr, Mac,, when will 1 111- Animal be out? " while they waited, witb varying emotions, from the Fourth of July until Thanks- giving DlV for the record of their glorious achievements, which, during a. part of this Htne, was quietly nuking a totir through the States ' to (licse men this fact siguifies much; and to them we more willingly commend this volume. We frankly confess that in point of finish Cap AKD Gows of ' 95 is not what we had hujjed to make it- So much of the limited time at our disposal had to l e given to the more material nurts of the volume, that we found our publishers demanding ' copy before the work of polishing hud begun. Rut 1 In nigh our hopes hive not been realised, we arc convinced lhat mir labors have not been in vain, for this vol unit- will render less onefolLS tlu- duties of future editors. THE EDITORS 11 H % pfr+ W 1 Mu inv. „ l .i T ft M-iSIIW, »KIT llBF p a J . TUKSlJAV,. SKITHlIMiilt IS Thvisdav, N ivnMPiKjf [ l ' llL ' ttSHAY, NoYKHBKK 3«J Monday, DtiCtUiMM It . ThI ' HSXMY, DFL ' KXHIiK 20 Trinity Term IxzEinw. Medical Cwrnnvii Tmirnl Erarcta - Foundation Vny — Ihiliday. All Saint Day — Holiday. Thtttoglvivg Day — National Holiday, CctKZll HsiiiiiinalLous begin. Trinity Term ends. 3® 12 IS95 Tm-Rsivw. MAhCii TiHKSUAY, MAKCS 14 FVXDAY, At mi. 13 SlTHHAY, A.FRXL t+ Mukn v, Ai ' ULi, 15. TlIlKjUhAV. Mav 2$ . Monhw, Jl we 2 . THTiasiAT, Jilv 4 . MOVPAV, J LEV 15 Thtrsdav, Jvi.v 25 FklDAT, J exit 26 SutTCKIUV. J [XV 2 J Buh lv, Jolt ±» HDHTfAT, JOlY 9 Tdkwat, JdxV 30 WKnStWUAV. JVI.Y J] TllUfiSIMV, ACULST ] . Muilkal Department spells . All alliti Deptn-lnK ' ul of llae Un-ive-roily cNjieii. . Good Friday — ' HnJiday. Easier l ay. . Hastcr McHiJiiy —Holiday. BGcn i " u tJtiy — Holiday , Wkitnan Monday — Hcttday. N.nlin:.n;il Holiday, , (jt-iu-T;iL RKaitlLlintiriJH ih-riii. lioard of TmstLts uieeS. Oootest in Ik-ljate for the Trent Medal. tf.nHv Lei Dvelainalion Par (lit.- Hiiii lil Medal. , I ' riT-cjilJLLunl of tile Oiwli I ' Liiy. Cmnricticciincnt Scrmcm, ■■ a.m.; Annual MirrniQiL before St, LuVe ' s BmtlLtTltood. Sr.n. ItaL-p-Sodety ObIchii iI mid Snap Comlesl, . Addratt before ttnf Literary Sodttif ;. I nl Term «nl ; PuMtc Lffenry Kxerciw iif [lie Aiisodalt Aluiuni- CotntiMMiirt menft l);iy- ■i BnarJ nf Trusts Tie BkshojK kT. khv. thos, il dudlkv. is. p.. u .r ., d.l ' .l Ju-Aof a A ' nT irf , Cfattfftlar, and rtvi ' t of ffif Ama kr Rkv. kICHARD H. WILMER, DD. m Jltf of A fa At ™» r Kt. Rkv. CHARLES T. QUINTARtt. S.T.I).. L.L.D. MrAcp of Ttmntutt kr. Rhv. HENRY " X. PIEkCE, I .I .. LI. V Jtirksf ef Artatrrgt kT. RHV. W k- W. HOWE, D.D. kr. Rky. ALIvX. C. UAHKI-TT. IJ.U,. I.L . ] " jTfiiSi x ry flifftap of Xartktm Ttxos kT. ksv. HE " OH U. THOMPSON, P.I D.C.L. Rr. Et:v. AlJ- ' KlvlJ A. WATSON, I . I J. Jfifiafi ctf " fc as I Etnrfitta kr. kitv. EDWIN o. WlUvU, ]i. I), Jfitiof of Fiarida Ht. kEv. JAMES S. JOHNSTON, r .». kT. Ukv. HEHRY M, JACKSON. [Ml. ArsiifMut fiisht ef ASaonm4 KT. H.SV, IIAVIS SI-S.SCMS, I).] J. fiii ft iff cf S.ouiifama kT. RKV. CLE LAM 3 K. NELSON, I ML KT. KHV. OHO. II. KltraOLVING, D.D. iliiAafl of TV.vdi Ki Rky. WILLIAM C. OKAY, D.0. ANfthntajy fifJkaf of tymthtr TimViAt Rt. Rev. ELLISON CAPEkS, [ .!►. Rt. knv. THOMAS F. OAlLOk. S.T.D. Aitiifmmt fli ' i af T ttitt Rt. Rev. JOSEPH H. CHESHIRE, D. D, HiHntfif Svrtk Ce vN Clerical and Lay TrmstKS Alabama Rev. J. A. VANHOOSB. J. IS. JONES. J. W. NOBLE, Kkv. C. IT, LOCKWCH.ll , R.J. MATTHEW S, OHO. C. LATTA. Hnrlh CarolLna Kh.v. F.J. MURDOCH, D.D. VII, ]., LONDON, VM. A. SMITH, 5ou1b Carolina K«v, T. i . BRATTGN, j h: r. HKYAN, Tiius PENCKNEY. Eiii Carolina RHV. N.COl.UN II rt 51 1 MS. J. (V SlMvl ' HI ' KtJ, J. tt. IMIS ' NKU. nwtu Rfv. It. E. GRUBB, Or. R. FAIRBANKS. W. HAMPTON SjiuthLm Florida JiKV. CHAS, M. C.RAY, H. W. GKEBTHAM, J. ;. k EAR In " IN. fiwiti Kkv. P. F. REESE; W. K. MILLER. Z. D. HARRISON. iMMtWtMj RKV. REV I ROY l-STil r ] r ,Mh P. H. DUDLEY, R. W. COVINGTON Lmililam Rriv.W.T. I . DALZELL, E.IX THOS. C. BARRET. J. D. SHAFER. MlvluLpph Kkv. J. A. HARRIS, A. C. LEIGH, G.W. HOWARD, M.I J. T nne5«« Khv. E. R, L, CRAIG, ii n, LURTON, A. T. McNEAL, TOW Rkt. C M. KECKWCTEL DEO. ROBINSON. LLEWE LLV N A [ " H K 1: Y. Ndrtbfru t?t« Rrv, EDWIN WICK ENS, W. S. SJMPKINS, M.D. J. I,. A I " TRY. Vcslcni T«as RitV. I ; . W- SYAKK. W. [ ' . 1- IN LEV, DAVID GREGG. A Associate Alumni Trustees Rbv. ALBION W. KN ' IGHT. C. P. HAMMOND, SILAS McBBB, U Standing Committees, finard of Trusiees TU " ACT IH ' KCNC THE RBCHfti EskbHvs committee Rt. Rfv. T. TJL I 1:DLEV, I .I ... LLP.. Lfcinman «■ tfitie. Rt. Rxv. T. F. BAILOR, S.T.D. Rhv. T. R. PRATTON, Rt. Rbv, C. K. KELSON. I ). IX Mr. £1. R. FAIRBANKS, Setretary Rt. Rhv. ti. M. JACKSON, U.D. Mi. A. T. McNKAI,. Rhv, J. A. VANHOOS-E. Mr. K. I . HARRISON. Ki-:v. V. i). ITWi-RS. U D. ' Endowment GomirriHer Rt. Rev. C. K. NELSON, D.D. Rbv, W, f) POWERS. r J.D. Mr. H, H. LURTON, biscipljac and Order ComraLHce Rt. Rhv. T- I " IH " I U V, ]).!)., U,.l). l . B. I,. WIGGINS, 5far ttjm-WAw, RT- Rhv. T ]■ . ( ' .AIM Hi, S-T.ll. Ma fi R FAIRBANKS, Rev. W, T, DICKINSON i AUELL, D,0- rt ' - " ■ ■£ BIEEQP L, fill JUKHV.H THK CMII ' II ■7 A Tribute " TT ' TIIATJiVKR Irenor may be Iiuj Bishop Utey for lbs conception, and HlMhOp Ithllt for tins T [inundation,, of the UiimTsaiy n»f tlur South, a?nl it in much, not le hemnr is dm: lii ho|» yuiittiird fiw hi hL-roLc s rvice hi its liutialf, without which tltcir lalwsr would hare been in vain. As truly n HUIukJ) ltolk was frmmkr, Hiduigi Quintanl was -savior of thi UtnVenily; and their buikh aboard k n (town In poslx-rily linked together, u Washington ' unit UnCoLa ' s tn Edc similar «ivke in a g r a(« hui net Inter must. The organ of tic rtfukntBof a certain Souihehi allege. apoLogidug (MM foJ the defeat of ltd leant hy «ur . :iiil l)l;ll it was oaly downed by that ureal jp»d hick with which brawn 9MSB In 1i±to blessed thi TL ' liKtiius. little uitivtrMly " ; rind J! was rffht, Tltt " great good lock " with whifh liLtivvii liaa hftasad (hi " little university " ml in putting ' t into e Itl- brave ItL-a-rbi of such itu-it a Hislmt, ' l 1 " and yuinmrd — mem oF convictions, ml, ■ranK ' st convict tanx; and f action. nt-iick. ami fcafk . and unselfish — tlm one to found. lh? oilier Co save. Ihi " little uuim-r ily. " It is " ' great giH i Im-t " tliat such wen astltest should have brtttikii on ur mountain top. Tlu-y have tfiven. us example uf iinddrimled courage, of nii -IINh love, of Hnqueneh ' il ' U- It ] nnf die- 1li-eIr ' -I:M dilch diiexniiriAtiOfi, wliidi any iuj small iiigiedietits of lhat " Smtum n|Hfil; " ih:n pa more th a ivucx called forth sOffie conutnt on |h " greal good luck " that Iteavcu hu bletted |LS Willi. J£ IS HI. «iV. eiiAW.KS TODD QDIHTASD, H-.T, H . LLI tf The Iniversily of the Soulh - ' Officers at Instruction anJ Guveramem U. LAWTOM WIGGINS, U, A. r 1 Ckanftftvr u A Pf$f, j l rit f t m£»lgn KKV, WILLIAM P- DlBOSE, S.T. II. Draft of f f TAtuleyritvt l3tp tt tBt awd Prefer jar of E.wpfiTX and .VtHtti . " triw CAMERON i ' lGGOTT, M.D. Frqffttorqf Ciemiiirj irrrJ i:t lt x) WILLIAM P.TRENT. MA. bun of tfit I3rfn ' } " trit rf Aftt onit UrifHm ond BENJAMIN W, WELLS, Vh. IL JOHN CAIN, M.JJ-. r eamofth£ Mrdifoi ttrj rt K ta l Pmfr orof Prsitltf of .Weditrwt lll.L ' lH R, M[] r ],ER, M. D. Ftoftisar of Ah atttmjr T. MILLIARD WOOD, M. i. J afiaar of Diseases t f Kyi i f ' Dtnfjf J. B. MIRPREK. M.I J. Vttfftiorof Suigfry W. 15. YOUNG, M.I J. WILLIAM B. HALL. M.A., M, I . f v tiwrtf Motif r jo JHftfffu arrd Ifrtaiofogy Rhv. WILLIAM A. GUKRRV, M.A., IB, t _ f ' n ft it t f rto Hifftie» ohJ F i-sh rat Tftfafogy BURR J. RAM ACE, I h.I , BDmm vf the Lam Oefitrimtmi atfti V iiw of CmirrtHm atxf Stafhir ,« R v. GREBNOUGH WHITE. MA. flriTfrfZar of Jirfiraaitifef liiAtvt ' Y Rwv. REGINALD H. STARR, D. I J. Pfrfffiivr f D gm th TbivJajfj JAMES W HANDLY, M.D. Ftvfat f of fattito-f binary Diinaifi R. B. L.SMITH, M.D. Frpftiivrqf iMlftttfi rf CniidrfH JOHN ROSS, M.D. Itvft } i£ r vf Obttttfia WILLIAM R. XAITS, M.A, GEORGE S. CLARK, C.E. Aisariatt Prtfiiwr of Phyfiti onf F.H£iH xviw£ :•■ Rxv.JOHF FEARNLEV, MA. J. ]-EJWAKl n[.E-;s. ImitUiior in fkjfiiriif CuftnTf SAMUEL D. WILCOX. Insirttttcr in C muretriaf t ' mtrics GEORGE R, RAIL IffmiMitrafor a Avafo-Htjt and fSac{trr rfi ry Kt. RHV. THUS. I ' .GAH.OK, M.A.. S.T.JV I.ffturtritt t .t :i ' i Iff a 1 L. P. HAKHOUK, M-Il. f.jvtvrpr in Iffjiirof ftiit£WAvii awtl Tmhrrt ttfor ROBERT B. LEGS, M D., D D. ivfittfy an Dental jw J 4 -Nil Stu£fri DOUGLASS HAYES, M,] , SILAS J. DUFFII Fil.G. JOHN LOWRY. MA. tn-.frwftfr JJJ f:Fi ' i hiit H ty Rev. WILLIAM A. GL ' KHRY, RODIvKT M. DdBOSE. ' Trj-j.:u iv W. B. HALL, M.A., M.l , A., !!.] . S. I J- WJLCQX, Aqpfatw wwd st?ti»g trl iwrisut J.CRAIK MOKKIS. M.A. CEORC3K l!. Ol.AMi3. WILLIAM C, KOHJvftTSON. ■ HcbJomadil Board TO6 ;. pf J r( fttfffJ by tJki- faW of Tnts fet. Hi 4rf at a ttntarif of ' advice r tk gmtTTtNttrmf vf thf I ' wittnitf. B.LAWTON WIGGINS, M,A,. Chairman t.v tfrw. WII.UAM P DcBOSE, S.T.IX CAMERON PIGGOTT, M.I . WILLIAM P.TRENT. M.A. BENJAMCN W. WELLS, PH.D. JOHN S. CAIN, M.U. I!f Kk J. k AM AGE, Ph.D. 31 nor i !■---- i ■ rkO . HAI I ■-K. i l| ..- :.: v MKIiIl ' U. rAi ' LT.T I,! s i ll l-L.i !,„-. fair ■ .■ri FM - liil.l IN » nor. u»k fi mnuif TWwmjit.tCAL 1ND LAW i a ij.Vii-S nur. HilUIlT i.y.-.i wii.i- VKf. b+WTKUlhi y, i nun Irl ' hMB ' «W IT " II.. I- Willi - " The Alumni Association Ritv. J. A. VAN HOOSK. Ih Lt. Rri ' , A. W. K NIG I IT H. H. HODGSON Hhv. S. GUTHRIE, LA. Hflx. H. M. GARWOOD, B. S. Dr. J. H. I . HODGSON , VV 13. M KK] r l r K, MA. . VV. IS. NAUT MA C. P. HAMMOND, C B. B. LAWTON WIGGINS, M.A. Offlcerc for 1 94 j-t tl UNtt I ' rvxidvut. . Gtetgia Hir t l " iL-t- I ' rtMLkiLt. fjtitisinaa l SK nni Vi« I ' WMiisteiii. (lhia . Third Vice President. Ts.vfu Fourth Vi™ President . AVs ' Yvr . Fifth Vice I ' reJck-in sttafamit Recording ' Secretary, TfHitfStff CurfL- iHHidiivi? Secretary Afafrtttut Tteojiu rer. Ttvwf " ' ' ' Hisdri iit Executive Coramillee R V, J. A. VANHOOaE, U.I.T.. CA ttrtHttH. I J. r„ WIGGINS, MA. V. H. McKHLLAH, MA. C. I 1 . HAMMOND, C . Iv W. B. NAUTS, MA. Alumni TfUSlcCi Kkv. A. V. KNIGHT, si i. as mchi:k. C- I . HAMMOND. C, m:.m unrwKi.LHikh nf Till-: VNJvrnsiTV Hf» npuMi, ■Hr4J OiVVhh. ' atiiKJT ihh " i: awu v.vl. ll H KMitlt I i L H-M.i. vii «■ m n mum uicH Tjtt ' d HJHntpif m The Academs j0tK 0 UF, name Aisd fame of this must favored ljody have Rone out over the whals y mirNI. Its history lias been writKi " i " BMnulert-l detail by certain rivaU «f j| ihe immortal fiibbou. who bJiW, with It ctMiiLiig reverence., approached i subject ft I hit the great historian Inn w if would have- loved to treat. ■ T . Thv v writers have left lUtle in the greatest department of the I " ni- ■aM vcrwity f«r tnilieTs 10 mention. Ivveu thu exhumation of tlic original corner- stone, IwjUujj as- new as ever, with 1?CC carved in its aide and 1893 scratched 01a the bottom, has Utii iMiised abroad Ihrxuighinit (hi.- Ijind jis an event of wonderful importance. Grammar School boy ttmmged to se this strnte, and certain Juniors wished to inscri1 c their names upon it. fail wen.- retrained by some ruighty power; Wl account of which they were greatly disturbed., as it seems, to cam au iiitL-riiaL strain if a Junior is kept faun curving at least his initinl «n a pmmbiiiiK surface. But though Hiv hiainrU-a] side- of the Academic Department has hem often presented to the world, then- ;irv evrtaiti |n.-x.LLLL:iriiit-- IlTl, which, if collected, would fill tunny page as Loiift a;- tli " :-v ■ ►! Irk- Supply Siun- t-Lsb-book. Some of these peculiarities arc peculiar to the Guwi mue u, but for the most part ihey an: peculiar to tin.- Juriora, a noLKLcscript body com- Emnin K all grades, of humanity from the Creat Owaslted of Slopville lo the genius who sets forth newly discovered Irntli on freddy TA-himurashed fences. The Junior is indeed a ' [ucht growth, The- ek-nrcuL-t., whether of arithmetic or nature. :to TKht aHcl-L him. Budding into Ufc iu Slxindi ami August CYtiry year, Ik? flourishes like an evergreen. «naftected by summer ' s heat or winter ' s told. Otber itaaiiK wither away and die. Sol so our verdant Junwr. 1 3 is eternal sum- mer thai not (ade. If it be permissible l " on|io.Li? a e 10 him h one might say he crowns a youth of frcshiivwi with a green old jLgu. 98 It ha , been aid tbat, f ;l cUlt, the Junior has no uniformity, and that lie i dixtbijciiislied from other grades merely by having no distinguishing murk at all. which in- vidiuus remarks tlte Junior treats- with d.indnin and pursues .iu! even letmr of his way, skipping chapel . " iHlftlag " ou (ptitBtt and ' " bliiJmip, " (I J ' j professors, till OIK ' fin? day tlie bachelor L-hniTniiici of tlit- Discipline Committee hauls bira i.l 1 1 .- i -I I ■ :l muud Iimi, atld i ivcs hint a scare, hy nicanx nf hi practiced serious in: ss iijxm such occasions, the cfttcts of which are. known to have hwted two week in emc case. 11m to deny the J miliar uniformity is, to do him an injustice. Certainly lit had utii- bimtty 0H«— Hinder the old miliary RgtaK—a gray onei. and there ?an be little doubt that e«n to4 y lit lias certain distingu hiiiit nifa« Conspicuous amonK t° 3 his Sunday light ailing, Of course there is iwthiuj; peculiar to the Junior in willinj£ a Suml;ty night, because everybody does it. from the Grammar School kid to the lKacbch r profcuar. Tin; mere fart, ihfn, »f his- calling on Sunday " ijcht dota not argnc anything for or ftgfjfltt the Junior; but the hemic manner in which he yield to what he apparently deems. tl«? stem necessity of hia calling then, does argue something — is a characteristic. Sis days tlie Junior re ts nad does oidy wlut he Ao-j to du, and is Ikappy. But on the Hewurfi, he " hears voice , " which, imjiel hiiu to more kni htLy deeds.. He bolls his supper. dan hi cutaway, cane and enni|Hiiy manners, and set , «m with glim determination to ■■m.nkL: ihf rounds. " To a crowal observer, the Junior, when nmki?guing this elf-inn ieled ordeal, resembles an. active Chri tL,in doing the Stages of the Cross In ;l Human. ChUhUc country, where titey are arranged, uh a hillside. Start- ing out fnnra his hall, the Junior briskly trachea his finsl destiimtifHt ur xiatfp, where, after cimh.1i handshaking, Ire seems In i-eij;:lk l " 13 sitenl prater d r hidf an Injur, or until sufficient elev uieity ia iterated hy persons k™ " K fJ,l l cohi- lug to set him njfif. Ik then leaver abruptly, " ihe plea that other duties await him, aud hastens. pell-niL-H. un tine second stage, where he Agfthl lapses Into silent ineditatioi ; and so. on to the third mid tu tlh: end. If tlie parlor air U wdJ Charged with elecCrscltj% he may eojupkte the twelve Plages in one night, Vhp cliiuf enjoy mcnt the J unior nee-ins to derive from " making (lie " Hinds " ' i tike delightful sensaiLiH] tie experiences whem having Hnid " tfood ni liL " and reached cmd, free air aftain. lie diftcwers thai he tm nal dumb. It is like Virgin etiveTinj; his tongue and throat with cayenne pepper ■ " wder to apisreriate the delicious coolness -ctf claret in all of its glory Some hatt refund to attribute audi selfish BOtrTet to the Junior, however, aiw! rtfifdlajj hiin as tin.- most allnii lie of men, have accounted Sir !■■» KC m t - his desire to- " pleasure ' the girls. There is an instance on record cif a Junior who attempted lo substitute LiLiL-rrogatinii fnr mediMitiuu at otic of Lis stages. The young lady whom tic waa causing t« break Ihe fourth cmh- maudment ujkto this memorable occnxiiin, hiiu|K!iinl not to Ik a Sewancc girl; BO, when her cnlk-r lin l .iLv«i1y studied the dock for hi aUofed haM hour, die unfortuuatelj ' looked as if silsc expected him ihn say something, llv did mil dlMppolQl her, " Miss Trunin. d i jfM know Colonel Rop«? " and a light came into Jd y -. hi l [ do not. Mr. Marburg " she replied, and a qiieniluus. look came in her eyes. " Well-cr-cr. 1 don ' t know him dtiKf, " he said, and the light died out of hU eye . H« free was a study. It wan her firm visit to Sewauee. " Why. why did you ask rot. then? " Bad in spite of herself her brow knitted for a muiiieLit. " I just thought you might know hbn £ hiul heard of biro. " He looked penitent. He had forgotten hie; meditatimii.. " ' No: £ am unite sure I do nwL know hisu— never heard of him. I am sony, 1 ' she added, with a mixture «f aH ,h KV ami wtoeM. It was the one opportunity of the evening, ami it was Lost. He resumed hi meditations,, and five minutes later srv v. thanked her for a de1i.ghr.fid call, apologized for rushing ni-fT. and dis- appeared like a shot. [f a Gownsoutn lupins to ru.it in on a fot f Juniors whDe undergoing the social ordeal, the meditation , « natlier obeorrttlOfH, or tike latter are rather lengthened than cut (boot, for the Junior has a sneaking idea thai Ilium must he some MKt in this custom -of catling that he has. nut yet fathomed, ltui let one of our bachelor professors d»p in »n them, and the last ime of them filet trtit through the r1( K »r is he enters, leaving him in doubt as to whether he is suspected at leprosy, or jitfl what baa caused the wholesale fx dus. But the Junior, on the whole, is attractive and lenaldt, and made of fftmd stuff ftivcii agt, buj is all right. If tie is not a Bean ISmnunvl when he latins, ite is rtotacad. : l 1 1 ■: L mkhI: frL-t.i Litlt L iul-o shape. And it i only just to pwifrsfM. thai [hurt .art- Juniors wIkmIh atit -buvr the diaraclfiristriirH above referred to. and Own ™ " m-hcuh. A Junior ' s tlayjs are mil without limit. He is father to tilt Gowruqueu, into wbate dignified order lie is sHiddtnily translated un happy day by the " so potent an " «f the " V. C " Having WHO a plaee in lhi» tody, die Juhirrf filially gets a badge by wtlk ' b fine can dihEiiiKuisli him LYghi the write ™ tliv visiter — ilu- l-:i|i and gown. It is a nrvat day in a AtudtttVl life when, for the first tiTiic. he |!Pe qui doors with IlL.m sombre drapery and turn his steps toward chapel. This strange feeling is rcaliiwd by Kih frienda. and in order that he may ™it tiii fi the way to cfupel, being so wr-npped up in hi new- honor, 1 J show their regard fur him 1j - " htppiiiK ' " him to the- door -of tin.- sacred miihliriK. " " d mile kindly upon him when he taktf his seat, sL ntfyiuft by nods ,iiifl gestures that aistflncr " s uab ' " has been added to the " nest. " Why it i that lIll- Junior is so anxious to wear a cap und m-it anil ilu- GovwNMn ■ ■ anxious, not to- war thcni, is not clear to any one but this in the case only fur a short tinti. " . A " kuig as that niwreiruitiiahte creation of like Divine Will— the KttttHner jjirl — Is lhi tlu; mountain. lh Gownsman Dfltt his picUlKMUl PWtunie to ensnare her young ami Unini|n?elinK JiflivUntK for she always thinks the academic uniform is " elite. " ' ■■sweet. " 1 and " so beeouiirig, ' ' The tiixy OomMOMO, knowing this, fretuwntly clreips in " to see- a fellow " ' between classes or alter cha] ' l. This is hut one ot " titer ninny fiuhk- if thy vrtiy Ci ' miiMnau. It would take volume to tell of the scfaeUKS he lays both for the c midden 0 3 far the Junkir gruh. line with all the fcnhlys of (he much. -berated Junior and the much -conceited Gowttttuan, they an - " universally bakm d, »ih! «re enijjhaiit-diy not. only " tlte sturT. " bid Till-: l-XlYJ-lttiTV. ■V Academic Department v W If ,1.1 AM V. TkKNT, M.A.. A . -• ' Cuwnsraen Frauei.t Willis Ambler , Saiiitbul Cary Beckwiili John Ikt ' JIL .... ' . Koln ' rt Itinu ' cLLcl . William fJrt. ' itll:ili[ri BVlljamm I ' jLLlI IkT lllLLI-v , , , , AluxiLiidej liuipih BlackLock fcrty lirtm-ti .... Wilhuf I ' .ayk Hnmii , , Spiuillv llr.ifsfd .... John Ability Cli pin - Edward JvlltitK- OiWwi ■ - Allanla, Ga, Petersburg, Vfc. , Sewance, Teiin. Fort Meade, Fla. . Illawara. L:i. Wilmington Del. • Cleveland, Tceih. Spring Hill, Tenu. , Sewanct. Tenu. Xt-w Vorktiiy. . hlayivilic, Ky. ihiiiljjcinjLVTy, A1a. . | ' [ Tt- lvill , 1 MiJ Frauei Ik kinMni Cr:iiuliili Ward Itabucy Houlinni. Texs . Reverdy Van Wanen K till |jcmi] vMi , " . Ky. George Henry Glass Ik-aiiiv, Text , William Mereer Green,. Jr. - Sraantc, Tt L i«i ■ James liiTHuy Gutlnk- ■ New 0?kan , La, Frederick Harriiuan Harding, WnxhiiiKtou. S " k. ' rincknty Alston Hajclchiirsl. - llninswfa ' k , Ga. Frederic Gray Heubard William Henderson, Jr, Richard Wallace 1 Cogue Mercer Craii Johnston William Weerus Jones Nts ilL ]•■•) imr ■ . New York City. d New Orlean . ki, - Marfan.. Ala, San An-tonio, Tesas, ShTc cport, La. - Kelly, Miss, Ik ' iiry CliaMUii iici Mazyek, Jr. Charleston, S. C. k«bert l ' ' i;i3Lklin McMillan . Ck rgiitottm., D. C WiLLk WiUtttttOn Mi ' iniiiLiifitr Charleston, S. C. HntTyJuctah Mikvll . . . IIiiyvjtiI Tjiiril [cnx ' lLiiLi.- 4. ' . jN-ifcin Morten Miimst Thorns Pasteur Noc " - Wihiain Ckiigfta Pfakena - Roland Jones Pkketl ■ Charlcn Coteswrkrth I ' Lnchney WilliiLiiL CtuLick-iMUiii Robertson Richard S:i:itiuil kusn. Jr. , J i ill n AnnisLLiinL Seidell , . Jose Murliu S lckii . GriWl SIil-iiIivtcL U ' .i ' . ' i-: [,i inLi Sr.r ' .h IIatoIeI T " rninui Omtf Mh 1 ! IVn-ian . I ' tvutiss TnrfecT , Gardner I Ljqh Tuieker . Sumter. ,S. L . Milwaukee, Wis. Louisville, Ky. ]k;tLL jrl. S. C- tlrfe ' ii lnjnj, Ala. Sfkrenpoft, l a. Charleston, S. C. HmcinEi. Tex, , Atlanta, Ga, Augusta. Ga, . Augusta, Ga, Ji.n i it:-i l; . M l s Lea, r Austin, Texas, Columbia, 5, C. . Bvausvilk. Iiarl, . Mobile, Ala, Mobile. Ala. Hii,j;]i E- ' Tt lcriek WVxmJIiuiimg Ventoti . I : .[iglaud. Arthur Kuitaigv Vuimg . Cliarkston, S, C, C:iLeli ItisEiLiuill ElKV Ls WuutL. East Orange, N.J. WLlsiim V::: ' . , - : , i .... " L k, Tex»8 Alk-n 1 l:m-iy W(hh!h-;itcL . HintiLii hain, Ala. Siimti I v:- 1 ---! U ' i i.]:-. . . . s-.. Lofria, ISo. WiiTiiti Douglas Mattltcw: ■ Jaek ' nnvilk. I r la, i Juniors Samuel JnraeM Adam . . . JJallaH. T as. Julien EL-iptiKtc Adr lK L C " i1 vert, Testa . George Gartner Aydcloit TuiiaiHjma, Tmw, William McCartlau lSnrnwt L ll - AfalieYJllp, } , C Robert StrilMiiij; ItrtrR-u.Jr, . Wtattififftoa, D. C. I larlxfrt Wilson llenjamin - lllunvarui. La. John Henry Ujthyii - - Columbia, S. C. William Allison Huntiu - - Nashville.. Term. Hart Cnrnalian ■ . . ■ 5nu Antonio. Texas. William Pinctney Coleman ■ MflTKhnll. ' f sn . Charles. ISlayjtcy Colmoro . . Sewnnec, Tcun. Lionel Henry CoEmorc - - Jkwance, Twin. Jamos.MouigoiLicryCra.u k , Houston Tcn-t- St. Joint Courte nay r . . . Xcwry, S. C Albert Hueliog Davis. . . Cincinnati. Chin, K ;i]tiuiL Malcomb Douglas. . EvansvLILt, I ml. Horace Raitssford Dku 1 , . Jacksonville. Yin, Robert fririon ]]nltftst, Ji, . Sewiaw, Tetiu. Ik-my Foster Ducilavy . . IMdtloattd, Tex . George Clifton frtwnrcfc . . . DalLas, 1 xas, L ' li. :t: l -, C ' unit-T l : .L:n- in- . . Mnnl oniL-iy . Al i. Edgar Howard Farrar. Jr. - New OrEeaai . La- Cliarles Dawson Francis Winc!w u.-r, Teim. Ilauiillon Pope Gall .... I nii vi11e, Hy. Lylc Garrison ttVbh iiy, Mhj. Wi 1 1 iara Henry Gaston , J r, ■ Ikillto, Tcxjia. Jauves Se-voriu Green - - - NuJivllk, Teas, Duncan Cameron Greco . S w-ain™, Tton. Frank Collin Hawkins . . . flewainit;, Tl-ou. Telfair Hodgson .... SeWMHC, Tern. Geotgc Arnold Ilog ett, Jr. ■ New OrLeaiis, Ht, William Hammond II mlcr - MofltfOIIKfy, Ala. William Seidell KirbySmith ■ StWMXt, TeWD. Cail Moorman Lano - - GreefiCVillt, Tew, Samuel Duncan Mangum - Colllervtlle, TVim. Robert Mnxcy IIl-iity Royucns Me Ke n; " - Albert David McPhail M;i k-i ilin N. MeCnl Lough kny Mm rid m .... Charles Stevens Partridge • Edward Johnson Peters . William Poller Pcti.it . . William Henry Poole .MfKiltL " Arnold Reeve . - A IIk.tc Sotitli Richardson Ehiward Sank RisLy . Juhn I. ' .iin1i;irr kuef f J Liny ( " niLilLiin-iLLte Seibels Jobn Con nets Stien tnl l3;iyard Beiioist Shields . Chatles Jultn Slack. . Alvin Wilw.ni Sk action . . Sidney Ik-rtrnnd Smith - Frederic Mili-huk-I Siiifwivm Ra ' ph Delaney Southwell Patrfcfc Lewi ' . Stacks - Eugene Vn.lje.in PrevenwH] William Augutin Stroih Johll 8lCWilTl Tanner . Joseph Dili Walter - Austin, Texas. L ' hirtsville. Ten ii. Hmb ll. Texas. ISrunsurick., Ga. Tampa, l ' la. Si lni:i. Al.i. Atlanta, Ga. Kiw Orleans. La. , Glyndon, Mil (jrcciLci ' ille. Tcun. N i-livMk-. Ten«, Cksffgelown, S, C, Sewatiec. Tcim. Moutgomery, Ala. Batoriilas. Meftieo. Jaek«nivi]]e h Pla. Ro tdak, Ui. New Orleans, l a. RjXkVUk, l iin. Sjv ntiali, 4.i3. New [It ri:i, I l. L ' l.irksvilte, Tenti. I Lilian, IfejU , . E-(L(.;i-[i, ' ].|. S. C, . Peff (!h-]L-:ni;t, Lt, . i ' jUTIl UI, Tirim. William WorthiiigUm Wel ter , Peyton, O us, William 1k _ -CTlj _ Wciilcott - Hwilgnmcrj - . Aln, SaiuueL Wilkin New OAtMOt, [ l, George Croft William? .... Aiken, S. C I,ullicr Gwirgk.- II nl la nt Williams . Macom tV.i, Harrison Moorcs VVliitaker, Jr. . Tyler. Tranx. Jasper Woo Id ridge - AiMin. TV -i- Gcorge Carulh IVortliingUan . Orange Park, Pla. » mr. m i The Theologies and Postulants T pKscnt there art " in Hiu Theological Department, besides professors and L-i!-:nl;nn , f.w.- deacons, eleven plain theologucs, and Sam. Sam is the janitor. U ' hetlKrr tin. " y jLitli ful " Bishop " froni New Orleans ranks with lhf ih iiti iaus lit ihc ]:h;shlLiiil is a disputed point w hich wo shall not attempt m decide, 1 ui ihe Uixtn»p thinks that bi episcopal honors ought tn make him rank with ihe I tout, Satn, and tin; cook, who aio the ruling powers at Si. Luke ' s, A }«r ' tj(» ihf DepufOttlt Ijoasied a cardinal, Inn be toft last winter for Ohio and etnmnlited DUtriflUHiy, One nf ihu deacons, claims to be a celibate that is, lie ame tu fi waii e vtllIl the declared intention of spending his natural life in single hles» dnexs Thar was a year ajjo. Now, however, it - id noted that he is displaying jl wrftkinexx far tlv:l-|j[ irnix :md ;irtcjTiuH l] il-js, and f " - i: ia cwn dmridy hinted UmI be curkt a pitm™ ■ •: ' ;i fuw.m -::L in Ids Li 11 hand vr.sr pocket! The only inference is that his ascetic ardor is cooling. The l .ilk- thf C-.v.m and l k -IictlL have ■: tej Li 1 n 1 1 l :- exerted a moll i hing influence upon his cold heart. ' I ' hi- h nrn, ' «hf tite ThtblciKica] Department js, St. Luke ' s: liere they dwell together in peace and harmony (?). fn the tap e of the roll hip yrii-ni the atmosphere of piety and the sacred nsMxiations have combined t« impregnate even Ihe -st.nws nhd walls of old St. Luke ' : with a certaiit " odor of sanctitv, " which is at lime almost OrerpCTKTlDg ' . Tlic |w tulauls are allowed lo sojourn in St. Ltikc ' s. Iterated, no dotsht, in the hope that the influence of this " odor of sanctitv " may mate -Hmuiliinj; nait uf them. Th? SdMON air and the Sewauee spirit have done some, wonderful thing , Men have been weaned from a useless habit of studying IkknI; , ami Ihx-ii developed into good football players.: and the super ' sanctified individual wlio came up two years jigo with Lnfty ideals now says he sees no Ihitih in a good gnme«f tiddU ly- wiuks. with matches as stake ; while lh? learned pnifrssur wlto used to be content with " store 1 ' clothe iild lirogonw J " " v fins thfLC tailors and elianges his tie for every class, 13-nt we flipn. ' ss A |xmUilain, wv may remark, for the benefit of the iiiumiLatifd. ts one who- intends, or whom somebody dJC inU ' iids, to study for the ministry, The nam from pttixfart to demand, indicates, (he pininiiiiinl idiosyncrasy of the postulant to want everything in ight — a tniii that shows itself m«t prominently at 7.30 . . h., uoo noon, and 6.30 p.m. Tlit- term ftffdAjj- is generally believed at Scwsnee U be 4i corruption of " onnthdogkiJ, ' " so (t en » lnc DtpMtnwH on account of the iuimIict nf hht % therein. We may My, however, that this is repudiated by llic theologians thiniiMjUts as. being iinply ibe i sult of envy 011 the part of those unfortmHite-s excluded from the Ke tl? away erf " Sam and the- Ltain r But seriously, titc Theological l epartiuent exercise HWf, ™ it 1ms always excrciseo 1 , r powerful inBuenee over the affairs of the Unlversily, The litc-miy ■Odette exist mainly by its support. It is from St. Luke " , as a rulev thai the iiLter-society and iuter-eoHeKiaie orators and Ntcltftets- liave coine. The classes of hv DnLvL-r-ity .ih i n-rally led by her aLiuleuls. Both Umebi and ftermaus have been led by tliein ; and few atre more stilled than they fa bntfcfflg the li arl of tli meny Summer Ciirl. Thf frnu-niir Ium draw some of their be t nu-n ami m 1:11-1 -l rushers fram the theological raiik5 h aud at the festal btaquet board, wltcii mirth and wine flow round, and hearts of men K " 3 " " jcJIj " . tin? tlteologL-ie presides as toaslmipdcr, tnd 1 etdi the jovial song. I?ygii on the field of limKlc. in itn, 1 ppvrt- and carnage of the gridimH. the Stanly siddLefti of the Ijord most doughty, valorous deed , perforin for Ih? honor of the purple standard. There is no branch of culler lift where their talent »« nut r N| 3Cted. where their influence in 1«jt felt. ft l Theological Department -■ ' RT.V. W. P. IH ' ISUSI?, S.T.D., ZW. Rev. IVilin Sh.1T]] liassetl . Kcv, Krali-rick HL|- itil)otl«}iii Burrdi Henry kol?crtii Carson . Frauds I iiffLnj C j j 1l-. H. A. Re?. Walter Kdu-in Datri William HuLell DdBdb, H, A, Rev. Henry IuihKt ...... J. ' nlKCS WittlLCT CrU-v.1l:lin Jmncs WLll is Cantcy Joltnmm William Fletcher bovetest ■ Stuart Stmtlrcr Jliudeau James Crui-k. Uchtmh, _ 1 . A William Samuel Slack. B. A. Rt-v. RusneLL Kane Smith ■ Henry Estan Si ar Tfcoma Traey Walsh . Jime HMnif-U Wjit-h-i einn-niv Sv kilter Wufek l:ilnnsntnn, (vnjt ArroU, HI. Nt w Orkttn . Ijs. N -w.- Orka-nv l.i T l 1 1 nh ™ a , Te n n , St-waur . TV " " , Sewauev . Ti-n n . sv v Ofietm, La.. Chvtetfeo, S. C, I ' eiLsiuwla, I- ' Ij. . Atlanta, Ga. LoHuvilHE, Ky. KosntaLe, 1 1. Alk h.iiLy, f;i. Pari , Kj " . Sumter. S. €. . Grange- Lake. Fla. Atlanta, Cia. Kvv. Jlkm. ' }jIi Herbert Woodward Meridian. Jli . r m The Laws ■ In Lhr mfcr if ihr 1 1 mi l •. ■■ nil al Ik Hi! ' Itvf ilcMlanJ Mill Iuiiket iv wit. r.rl -my ibouflhh wmi ' lrr b " mc. nn l Wf ■ H ffl flr y r««1l Vbfr -dear plcwm »f bul r ULad fcrrr. ' " J Hl£ history of the I aw Class of " oj, Liktr thai -of classes genenill}--. i for lIiv mo-i [kiti vuid uf those rseiling episodic whirli su ufLeu fill tile annals of other orgtttixfttiMia, for lIk :iv4. ' i;h;l- siiuL ' iii look nrthtt to ihu future than to the |»a l. This temUficy H]im- ' k(?i]s hi aiiihilmn, ;md he Mghs fur the (iltlir wlieil lie, U», mil l,lhc CI baud in ' ■tiiiiK M-liTViiTM- hhI " .stain, ' , or in 1 -:_: i -I ;i lLeij; for trie more orderly development of the universe, [t m uld. ibrrefor«. lie far easier t.i vrrftt in this connection a boot of prophecy than one of history, for in pL.wremT the meagre material fertile latter tlfcc- opportunities for the former would bo boundless. Hirst of All cornea athletic . But, unfortunately, the men of ' o i, as a cta-u, have hltle to boast of in thi . field. aJttaoffb several of the men k™™- ibe difference between a pigskin and a ■beefokm; and a frvf mm leU y ui a tiling or two about the diamond. When, however, forensic [jfta Me considered, a somewhat better showing esn be made; and in tliu matter of language it i-- related on pretty Rood authority that one of the law inen hits bee " known ■.■■■ Load in the germain . There are bo poets in the Class of this year. Indeed, it Im Ix-rn claimed that Goethe is the rady iK tKii uritli a luj;al training who has so far been able to woo the muse successfully . hid tliere ;»«.■ w.ive afL-aNons f f disputing Ullh statement. One- has only to glam-e m tin- jkikh, ' ?hf lilaelcstuiie., for esampCe, «r read tlte IllenrtUfe of rnorie,aj;es, to realize alon.ee how jitrougly the irunKmniicni i» ajipealed kj in li al studies, to My nothing of the proverbial fiction of the lnw Talk .-il wt wit ! Who can rend frum day to toy the side-splitting jokes of Ticdcnian or the delie-nie irmiy «f 1 : i- j.! ( . i:si lyjthou! feeling T -;n|y i« ■ " :■: ! :- 1 1 - - ■ — ■- »edatL- in-igl.il.Hir in tlm ribs Ac ■ ■■nviii-.- mtll laiif; liter an entire dining- liaLE by uolhlj; a i ' uw suLLies front Justinian. It is just such comic aniens wIhj ligbton the burdens of law students aitd mate tltCB feet on the best of leruis vc ' nh all tin- n-(n-1d. Vet tljert are no poets in ' 55., Must uf tin- law men belong to fraternities; sud all «f men are utcinbersof the Grecidesif Club And gf the Hfuot Court, liadi man hopes tn get 111 jnxresN some day. In politic there hP are all shades, of political tnimiuiL, almost wwy yu-tty being lipflUCOted, The sole re[HT? entalive H r ti L L- (iniliiliiiiini heresy is.re| ined lo Itave been drowned last Christmas in the swimming lank There ii a pretty general tHUtfmtty of opinion in the matter of finance, all the men being heartily Lei fetor of il. and plenty of it, at lltal. Hence the dun f lUl which Inc. income Vix was viewed tuilll the }«3]3ren)c Court came lo the Fescue, wlien the panic in Walsh Hall subsided, ISiu tSie class sculiinciil appears id be saantwliat divided OH tin.- tariff and railroad question . ne section being inclined to favor free trade— especially ml tl Supply Store-— nod another to demand a " short haul " dme in the railroad law of Tennessee. " The iborttr the haul ihc belter " It the cry of the more radical wing of this element; and " tin 1 longer ibe haul the belter " that of (he snore conscrvati vt [Hn-lion. A distinctive yell has never been adopted by Ihe Class-; but its. members have lusty lungs-, and can msfee tlieniselves. heard when they try real hard. It is also worthy of note that most of the men manifest decided talent slonic certain braucfiCf of their profession Tin- in.-ijtiriiy. for example, lean toward tbe subject of persimal attachment, while oitc or two only give frrombe of great hbctftss in Ihc Eivld if uk-ading. Il has lieen foully denied, however, that il wan i law stnck ' iit w)uj, cm: Kin:.; ;■ I! -i - ' :kti time ago by b visitor to the nHUtttilb " I have seen sixteen summers, " inquired, on cross-CKamlnalioii, " How long have you lwm blind? " Such question are left to the irreverent Academs, for the law is not only a great respecter of age. hut forbids all leading ueslionB Tin; Uw Department, bavins been bom in Ibe spring, naturally toot green as h color; but th rr ate sonie who comment, an the faet in a way that is fatal tu the vanity of a junior Law, Other see in the hue the symbol of a client before lie ha scuught advice of counsel, and irthcrs still ttaim thai il typifies the menial constitution of n person wlm seek advice of counsel under ,-niy drt-uiiiihtaiLeea. Bat Llie time has- corrvc at last when Hk a niililinnia.il must I ready for active service. The fiK°1 HI b " skirmish, for il will last throughout lift, and it issues will mean every thing. Not evert an injunction will then keep off failure, nor will an eKecuiuini satisfy all the demands nt an enacting world. In coming year , therefore, when the law man of ' y_ Is industriously reading his shingle, or. with anxious heart, ntlidyittg the Calendar as il marhs the rapid aupmet of the first of the month and the bill collector memory wul often bring him hncV to liis inoimiaiii home. He will lire over again and again his life here. Meanwhile, Sewance ' n friendship, her blessings and her kith, will sweeten for him many a sorrow, and make for him more j " V- ' n- hi " j ' y , foT hi . joys and sorrows will lie her ' s also. Law Department BVRR J. k A MACK. Ph.D., Ztautr. tti-v. HoIjlti Htiiry Cole, M.A., IS. I). 1-TaiiL-is Tl-IjI Kits CtMLSlaiLE . Arlliuf Crow tiavcr . IViiEk ' ir Percy JVjiialtfon . 1- ikLL Ma ojt Oatikl Isowdall KUIi-iLrtl Huhki, Jr. . Cwrgt Wilmtr HodfptOd Fr.-ink J ifayvttP Lyiwh JuIlii I h .iFl;iT M--il1(n-y . JJllTnl IvlllK ItjiTmm ■ JJoxvjih -S. Kminc. Jr.- - S:Liiiiifl l);Llryi3i]ili.- Srlti rte.-i, Jr. . EvdiYiiTtl Vl ' irlcs ■ . ■ Finnic JohiiMfctn VergiiT Quebec, Canada. Illawarci, I J. SevHMC, Teiw. . San Marcos Texas. Momsmivilkf III. Albany, Oa. HU ' ltniiiiH], ' n. . ])t-i]uT l, Team. Jact-wl), Tuuh. , Jcflvi oulowit, Ky. AUu. Ttiiin. AcljlllLil, Cr.L. ftpritixfwIcL, ILL Galvi-iitoii, TfxfLt. , Kvrtaiiee. Tl ' Iul 41 The flds JIHKH wa« -i (iniL-. and not a tar distant time, when Thcmipstm Hull responded to iht echoes of tbt dura, and students lasted in the sunshine of the MctapkysiCflj Mitst. Welt, noj not always bFUiketL, fi r often the Mli appeared mi! :tt ihc Hnni ivIiLh Slit barters expcctocl (n. Inst. Were- Ulls tllL-Lr joy iir -iiirnw, dt.!|Kiiu!lbt SaVutb ILOt. VYllCIl old TSkhilchkmi IcbvI Jwr SOiiH -uf these noble art sJh- did not lay herself down in wKkt-hvth and ashes, bat buckled oil (lit iinrwr nf % : di j . She was promoted 5 bn |Kmiiinn f ;i department, aiwi VU ' dic-Lis. has LIllIl- rukd supreme far Hit " |w fiwr year . On! ' brother of the rirusun tassel earnes himself proudly wilhin her portals, BOIIUdl «if AH ba surveys. A C rbeni resides in Iter bowel , a Kiiard and menace against all iiivndeT . Hi» bsjlu ran k ' l-ii :it nil brnira uf the night. When tlwj shades of evening mantle (he ranwuiun tc p mm mAy malfc (lie faint gUnNier of light in her tOfUDOft apartment- Curiosity inquire : " What ' s tliat light? I wonder what (be medical sludeuls are doing up vcnuler. I,et ' h go ami sec. " No sooner said tharj done. Medieus. cm admitting the visitor , e ra UJrjta, " Easy fruit! " O ye shades of Pluto! Tlit tarrying is m t ]lhik. and away speed CuTtimLy wiih i .-. il.Ly u uneasy and peculiar fjeilng In in the neighborhood of his It-It, or a tk-licaie OKOlWtoof his visit nestled safely away ni his coat-mil pocket. O perfninc of Araby the Blest! Curiosity satisfied: vengeance vowed against Mcdiciis. Sainlno passelh by glanceth up, gctleth many sltades lighter, tiuickciieth his ]ia«„ remarking: L, Dem medicals she ' got him. " Ihe attic, sitting bciicjilri n, fa-Th- Jluohcster, Medicos wietdelh the scalpel, and every moment Imrlelh anathemas a bisl l amc Nature for not inaking the (issues : a war as the professor described ilicm, or as they ■ ' v? :LrL " P rasei,lcd ,n the cuts of his teal. ,H Renieiu- I Stntor; " limit; is no teaeher like Nature. ' ' JH ' Juw rbere is a contest between rkb nnd rart lierfiniicH. Acadtmteus and Mcdierm si( in jcty- iul OutiliMiHi-laSiOdl OVCT the riling ni crhNjrinL- ;LnrL ihv jtulphEdu of carbon and hydrogen; each ■II more pleasing llw " the t;tst. Of covins victory Teste with these, and the dissecting room is distanced in the race. The bell nniiLnnicci — well, ao, not dinner, but that a professor is running a little " er his time, ainl a polite [minder is liereby given him lo bring hi bilii " tu a close, or to warn tairyinK MlkIEcus thai, ait empty scat is nu-aiilnj; him. Tlu.- protcssor Itrofcx n-u|H;aliii,jt;]y towards the bell and request a few minute more of grace : Medh-us emudeintiii the bell to regions of per| i , ui:il mihw. The bell rings serenely « n, entirely oblivious of appealing ylanee or condemnatory rerJMffc, a«d lecture follows lecture with c-unrijiLnrtis Tubularity. Thus poor Mediae cm his lecture bench, listens to medical lore J aattsfam, hears how enhnuel and ipecac are prnvawa (or all illst bow glasses can cure dy»pep la: how boils arc called nmrttfrt ; and the smallest nudea bear tlic longest names. Tlie first course snaa learns about the tli symptoms en dread " di-seas - sure and certain signs :lh.L With startling eyes, and haggard bee, lie perceives in himself subjective reeling of each and ei ery syiiLpunu. Poor, deluded manual ! About the tiine he Ihi suffered Bran all the disease t which poor frail mortality is subject, be realitea himself a his own dupe, and proceeds iinnwdLnely njubtaiu for himself mental emancipation. This pergonal eqnalum is then solved, lit is himself uuiv iikhtj, and now settles down into n Icard- worlted medical suideut. IJacb professor considers him his own legitinmte pmjy. and puns upon his shoulders w rk utterly without consideration of tlie load he it already carrying for his fellow-teacher. Alutost from eliapci time lo (cii ;ii ill IK. Is Mudicus to be found In his building, and tb« to be met with the entrancing spectre— •.quiz for tomorrow. No wonder his bairbenSK gray, and groans, at heard on the midnight air. StHnelinieS a small respile is r.iiittil him, 11-heii :i member of the Visit- ing Staff tails to catch his tTain. You can see him. with watchful eye ainl Strained expectancy, observing tlte appro-ndL erf Wallace and his hact. It is lecture- or lmj lecture to him. The quiet glint » r ht-i eye auitouuces a non- arrival and the drop of his lower jaw I he routing lecture. He tails and labors on. with the k m1 f K. D, beckoning him forward -iiirl sustjmiiiie, ]n fainting heart a bard. wcirkiiie, and utnch lutpoaed-on man. NeveTlhelesa, un Sunday he appears, at Clmpel " i bis twst tiib and tucker, a Tcritable dud , with, ho thought of what he hn.s l wn throtrgh during tlic past wceh, and uLbiiiK i» care for the morrow. He-smilea and enjuys life with lite best, and 1e;ids tin.- fair Unlcinea in quiet evening stroll . He all-- her Iww his 45 Ls the greatest profession in tfce wmM, ;md ]iniv he knows Ins department (lots more wort titan any in Llie University. The fortlirxKi:nnj{ ttaepibbl will prove this to everyone, audi with flowing gown aisd gorgeous hood he will l ¥ the [»Wrvt. tl af ill observers. He can imagine himself, «■ ihe venifu.1 day, impatiently awaiting to b announced an houorabk graduate m (lie nnhk 1 An us " Hedieme, itiv eonlerrjng of tlie degree, and the congratu- lations of his friend , Hi mind nvn» rioi, and lie sees himself with his first patient: how lie can see 110 rearcw fnrbeiiHj iiemwi ; how caIiu I eedteeted he ingoing lobe; Itow siacecsshil will be his treatment, nnd wlint rn.-dLr will 1w p i ii Ills futility. All this floa! in viMicnis Ihtfrne hi mind ' s, t- e. KiLdik-iily a distant bell recalls, him to him- self ain.1 supper, 1 3 is dri-aiu is at ;■» end. Its realisation is iit the future. May this sudden reminder of present uwt ! -■ DOt ft damper Lhj his aspirations, but a stimulus to hiture exertions. Ix-t him keep ever berftre h:m tins mnitu: " l J uf severaitec conquereth all tilings ' " : and niay lite Bum of sucees . a jiixi rewnnl fur his Lilmcn. meet hint at the haven where lie would be. Medical Department v JOHX S CAEN. M,JJ., ■ , William CJiw Alk-n . Philadelphia, P . Chiirira Fny Aokiti , Fairmont. W. Va. Cliark ' i ItruiiiLy . Si " vr Orksinh, ,: SU ' ph it Siverfu CRTttr . ttrndkytait. Ala, Jnhti Lmidwdsik tWhcU ■ lilastgnw. Mo. Martin Jintpli Cramer- Chc l Springs, Fs, Joseph Stephen Ifcniikl - ConwuiB, Tckap, William iidwiml l»i ' t,iiiiu . Philadelphia. 1 ' :l. Vi ' ilhinn J ' iIl il I ' lnLniL-r . Si-w ]ln.-ri:i, l,:i, Alvnh Arlington Mslier - BanH vilk, Vn. Ira Cumin Fester . Kiltaiianiig, I ' ;i. Williant Mack Gallalnr. W,ij itcsboro, Term Willimn Jiwh«ni . - Sherman, lWte. Lwlic l?Mgciit KeElon - fnirswTiiia, Tex. Terry Kinney - - kipky, Misa. Reynold Marvin Kirby-Smttb-Swanee, Tm-n. Tlnnii-.i-- Hnw.ircl Knight- Mell iHme. R:l. Lcwb Smith. Mcrnhon , Pbilsdclphb , Vn. ALbertus Adair Moore, Jr . Camdcn h S, C. M;ir lirt£l DalnK ' i Muit.ij- . OratiKrfrtJrg.S.C. Charles Aiign n f t . . Aufora, Mo. John Stewurt Tanner ■ New Ork-aii . [.it, Jaint--; Fraiklio Taylor ■ IkKNKvilk, Minft. Harry N.Twterx, D ] ..S. MononRaheLi, Vtt, John Ross- Gilbert - Bonfcirtowii, N. J. Aaron HTarilii Hain r BiTttaboro. Pa. WastiLEififtMi Allen Harper ■ Hail , Tex. Philip l-] ' .l«-;ird Ht|Jcr , Fainncwit City, Pa. Ambrose Gaines Worlcy . St, Augustine. Fla. Riv til Albert Hootuiau , South StTabaikc. Pa. Marion Albert Young . . Abbeville, I .-a. Vernon IjiGraupc Terrell - Jari? ?n. Mis , Will Liiii A rthn r W . Tunrbull - Wakefield , Eng. Percy Hogan Wi ;-■:■■ ' • ■ N ' asltville, Tenn. 47 Summary Number ty Slates A ' .:iIi:l:i-.:. . - 13 Florida [ d wpTT; 1 Tv0uisia.ua Ijjstrict nf Olwmbia . 7 S ' ew VilJTk Grorgin 13 kt ' iLLiu.lcy ViTRinir • 2 MjiTj ' Uiitl . Tt1IIK« t 35 IVksis - Sorth Carolina - a Mississippi South Carolina 16 Wisconsin Mexktj .... 3 IttdLtQf. I- ' u lrlJul J N UK J«tse " Missouri .... 4 Ohio niuuHB .... 3 IVlMlxy]v;mi;t Canada , 1 WvM Virginia 4 10 r 3 5 1 3 a a 13 1 l. i fr NamlKr in bcpartimiMs Acatk ' in to Tbtokgictl is; 19 I ,;lvV Medical ■5 M In JHciiMH ' tam. ERNEST HOWARD ROWELL. M. A. K yi- DAVID ISRANDON STANTON, iJIKIi DHCKHPRK I?. tSMr AUGUSTUS BOUCHER, M-A.. ' 91, j in: i Arm. 9, 11 9(5. FINCKNEV ALSTON 1 1 Az Mini ;ksT. I ' i;kii est 1i s - i:. iS fr. 49 IMVI-UAITV AVK.VfJi Commencement, 1894 Tuesday, Jtiljf Ulb At S p.m., Addnera before the literary Societies, in l ejroi»ie Hal], by RcvtroiH) John FvamLv y. M. A. At 8 f,M„ Owl sl in Delate, Eh ForenxLc HaLt. for Trent Mtfl.il, QtKftkfl; " jfeewtW, Thill United fttn1 s Seitatocs uluould be elected bj- direct volt of the people, " Affirmative: V. C. Rolitrt m, - £. and J. Wh Graham, i- ' . ffygmthe; ( . h. Tucker. " U, idd J. W. C- J Tansou . - £. Medal awarded to J, W. GreshaiLl. Tap Si?, PuiT 2 1b At 9 a. Hl, Boatx of Tru U.iys iia«i. S rvic , Address, and CelebmtiniL nsf Hiily CoBiinuiiLOM in St. Augustine ' s Clinin:!, FrUar, JulJ Wft At p. uncontest in fhwbnuitioii fur itw Kn lll UaU, GoatafeeO: J, M, Moxrtf, W. C. Etobertam. S. S. Mick-an. K. V. Stevtuson, VV. II. Lipscomk unci k. W. Hague. Winner: S. S. Maclean, Satmlfljs July 3 ib At S t- . H..T3ie ■ ' Aat%we " of Sophocles presented by Ibe tUideiilH of ibe Creek Department, in Forensic Hull. Swnfja . Jul? ft At ii . m., Oanatesoeaeol St ' iiBoai in St. Augustine ' s ChripeL by (lie ki t ki-ranad. tfac Bishop of Tesfli Ai S p. si.. Annual Sermon hefon, ' Si. LuIm " Brotherhood in St. Anj?«siine ' s Chapel, by the ki];tit Hutu-hiitd, lite Bishop of Sotrib dtTO oa, At K p.m.. Content in Oralwy. mid Rjaaj Writing, in Forensic Hall between t ' i Om s a L " «l Sigma Hpsilon Ulerary Societies for ibe IfclW Cup for Oratory, ami Ihc Hmwn tup fur Ivssay. S. -S. MrwlEfun and M. ■. Johi3K jmn RpTCKIltCd rt £ r and S. Hlirlwrd unci A. (3. llLi4.-klLH.-lc, - ' - " , in ihf Omttwieal Contest, M. 1.1- Juhtisunn vrtnti Hit cup fc r W U. jiml the E tHLutL-ma Medal for Uralorv -w-.-ui awarded to liiiu In the Ivtisay Conlest, John A. Chapin rtpmtenled W U, jlulI k. A. Ij«, i " K. The Conner won fc»r fl U. 5J Tuesday, Jilj Jiii Al (?.m„ Second production o( Ine " Antigone " " «f Sophocles in I J " ren ic Hall. WidiHSJaJf, AiijTiil lit At S p.m.. Public I, injury Ksitreirfsof Ino Associate Alumni Ln forensic Hill. Mr. P. L. Coyle, !M.A., Ofafor, fct-v. H-udsaai Stuck. I p ief, -aiscl Rev. JoTiit FwnTiley. Jf, A., h w . At jo p. m.. Annual HaiKjiKrt of Alumni in Walsh Memorial Hall. TburKh An E l 7d Commencement Day At ■: a.m.. SfKii:il Servk-e and Kat mn dt ei in St. Augustine ' s CbajrtL. ] aliit Salutatory, ] . H. HamiltcHi. ri»lreTHiiy OralUtu, Mr. O of}jf XabrLsblc, Sew York. Presciitattoit of C r- tifieato ;«iul Ulphiin.-is hy the Vic Clmncellor. Award of Mcdab and Prices. CcHife-rring; of ] i;ili-s hy jhf Viei- ChaiH.T?ltar. L h Hiiii-rri n£ of Honorary lAigrecs by the Chancellor. Vale- dieUirv Oration, J. A. Chaplu. CLHtclndmj; Sorviee. At if P, SI., CtunnLLiJL-t ' iLT. ' iiL Hup. H Ut Tt AbjusI bill It 9 r -i , ■.■ni:ni-:ii-ii:n-ri: tlvi:n;ni kd In 1 1. I ■ .1 -Iiii-I ' ti. We4n«djr t Anpuvl B.IU Al o i. 5i, A (kriuniL vA li F. L. Coyk. IliiirsJijr, Aaeusi Mih Commencement l x4-h.-isu!i oF the Scwjhiw Medical College- in St. Augnatin ' s Cliapcl, at i i.v a.u. Address iih fifartuating Class by Rl. ft ¥. Thomas P. {jailor. D.D., S.T. ] . Charge toClm by 1 ' n.if. J. H. itLirfr™, M.D. Digiw conferred, Valedictory Oration by U. A. Gr«T. Medals Spniille EIiirTwrd ..... New V«rt. Henry Juo ' ali Mlktll , , South Carolina. Maifffs Afa rJ , . 1 far Latin fntt Mntmf far Maflai Robt. Woodward Bam well IvLlintl - ■ Teem. JcJul AkIlU-y Cbapii] .... KtnuuLy, Harry Gswcll Canuiehsel Ciwir ij. Decrees CML BnKlilccr Willmr Q. Brown .... Henry 5. Dunbar - bachelor -Of Sckflrt Ewinp V. Howard Prank L Fislilninie, Jr. WilUir 6. liiwii - - - Hftsry S. Dunbar Naskr at km HrLwjrJ ] . JuIliisIjoii Ratefl W, B. Etliotl . . , L ;lii:l ' L II. Hamilton . , John A. Cli,i|iin TVinicwfC. C-corgia. MraraippL. Somtli Carolina, - Tennessee, Georgia. r Alabama. Tennessee. North Carolina, Kentucky, EjLtojIur at DLrLnLlj ' Rev William T, Maainiiiji . CalifofiHiL CrUuaus Id DItIjiHt Kn KFl A. Lee .... rtilh CWnlina. Ktv, Allx-rt Martin . I yisiimj. J«hn ! N»rthr«|i .... KvuliiLty. l4Ckl«r of laws. Ainu i J-I. iunL Mis«!«a|ipi, OwMTgf W. H£idft,suh .... Virgin-la, Robert. S. Hiirte ..... New Yi ut. Juki! V r (lalUtiptO»L . , , SuiLth Cnnilinn. Williaih H. LlpSCOmb . - Stmih CanHnfc, frKhJF 4f ITiJklnt [Hon A. (Inxr . TcnoexMCtf. Writ etc n1tti H, Clark .... Miftd i]3[H CHOTigc R. Kmv MiswKMppi Charle [ , ronlaiiie . .. . , MiwM]i[N Hci1j.111.1i11 I ' ). 4Jnalin.ni , , , , Alabama Wallace N. Shaw ....... Tessa , James W, LutkLcii , PeniiKylvfiiiia Wallace- Wilcox, New York Clarence Sny-cter . . . . Pennsylvania James T, Arwine ....... [odiaiNi llenrv - C). CarmirhatL GccwRi-J Julm Shuttle I ' etnis yLvaiua l-T dcrk-k W. KitiM.- ..... Nebnakf Al ' . ::n]il ' .T M. Seuyi-iimhi l J L-i:]iNy Ivilliu i-rtK ' -v. ' luLU ' ii . . . , Wunl V l r j_; i i i l ; i Alfrnl K. Slulilih, tit aiiftliik _ , Ntw Vi rk J DOdfOfc Otf Pi V EN [TV POCTOIt Or " CEVIL L W Agrees Conferred Honoris Causa R|, Key, jtMM!|»h ]Un unt Cheshire, ad eit iJfiH, SOBitfa OiiellaHi, Ci(r«ntr Xsilidivkie. H q. h New York. 54 hf " W flfJ Jy i - Who Suppwfjlfrsrr ? CI.,1 S OF ' . L ' ■-1.U.K.Y KiOM " JIL 1 " Officers W. t. ROBERTSON . . rnKAiimsT, C. n. k wi-iii) - Vict; Fkhudeht. J. W, C. JOHNSON . . Shckrtahv. H. J . MIKKM, , , . - TswAiHrjtH , 57 Kembers AMOS, CEIARLKS PAY . . Mfdk . .. ' ... Fairraount, W. Vs. BBCKWTTH, SAMUEL GARY ...... Ci stk t ...... Pctcrctairg, Va. Sijjnu _ii 1 1 1 h tl ];]kuIohb, tuiJ tii aia 3- ' ,friilfrti ; AnixLant Sewanee licannnnr Schovt ; Cliair; ApmxHmc F-jlstur Timet. " tfjL S ' an-Hellpiiic iJekjyal . BKRCrllAUS, PAUL Cfsuksf Wilmington, Dt1. BLACKl OCK, ALEXANDER GALPIN . - Cfoxkal Cleveland. T-enn. t£inn Alpha Kfailus, Si.ijuu ISp ilun, and CtvcliJi n ; Aiuilanl Sea. aim Granmi r S.-1lhitjI ; L ' holri Ik ' rt New Member 1 !! Menial. Sipni Mjwitttn, ' 9 : Trent DctAlfT, 9i; Cipijfll run I USirter- hack n YuxLl¥- not Mill, ■■»!, m y$; ifecond l£a em»ii ' Vnr Lt - Raw Hall, ' gl- ' - i; Medal for IV k Vaulting, In HVYJUfgute CiiiiL- .ii VnaitcrbiiU, ' 55 L t ' rue- ba Best All. nnjral ALhleLe. ' J.; I n k» Elrlk-liU- IJttepiL . BRIIX I HO, CHARGES ......... Afi W. ...... New Orients, L . fflJRFORD, SPRU1LLE tftofctf . . . , New York Cily, X. V. DvtU Tan INrlfcii, Sl jili KpuloH, uid CbtHdn; ' Varsity Ilaie ] Sail TMd, ' 91 ; tiditcT.inClm ' f Srtr- AHSf Tin ? , ' QJ| Bfsi N w Mrietirr jnigmi tfpjLk ' ii. ' 5,5; IMitor J 1 ' niimiijr of (fit South Max- a int r ' 9j : TiIhiihkLiij; Ijlttn! Jtvjtirrfdr Pmrpit ' 94 ; Muter " UcfUl for Grab, Vh, l r n " i ' lcTi1 Hupim Kp iliH», ' 94 ; OU Sluiilit-t ' f. MtiMHlgm Hlrtihni. m fiajpun BpJUn Cwjhrtlatir ft OntOr 1 Mental. " W; CH FUy- " W- W: AwodAfr aaauajjer l offl BaLI Team, ' jl Secretary P n-lWltfik CoiHttnttoc., " ■a ,. " : WSJi fanun OMinuMfc Alhlelk AMorimlioai. CARTER. STEPHEN SIVERLO Wttisal Bradlejtor,, Aim. AttemteA Mobile College of Jlctlkirir; Laniwitlie CtiHtge oF Mplkhir. CORRETT, JOHN LAUDERDALE . . . . MrifetV , - ftfcasffovr. Mo. CROWNOVER, ARTHUR t . ....... Snuee, Tew. | ititt«K ; Member tireeiileoi Ciub. [ AHNJfV, WARD Stitmtifie ...... IkmbniL. ' IVx;l . Ili-Iki T.i 11 lh-lT.i. Sht:i-Ui_it Tti;i i]L.k DANIEL. JQSEPH STEPHEN Mtdial . , . + . . . Oorsicana, Texas. DOWDALL, PAUL MASON DANIEL . . . Law MartisMivilL . ILL Kuppn SiKHia, -nwl Sipml- Eyeqlun ; GrttSKnf iSod ! 1 i. Irtlfl IJefcaler. • ; Qtuter kadi - ' mlly Krt! 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CILJ 1 ATomnb AMdld.lijn ; CUAK4 Aluai.nl JkHOtfathni IkHNno AImtbIiI A fU l.m ; AILihIb AlUW l A-— rfillnn ; Cl»dn»«Ll AlBmnfcAi«Dd«L4™; StMUIalt Al n I ' iL|4hjt(b AJI1P.HI A«liiLkin : AU K UH» AT»niNl A™ riill ' jL . AHHiUCT mhloi Alu«i, l A iWl«ltell : Ch 1 .i T » Alumal Awiralkli . K»iiJ-n L-iljr Alumni A-«HVlli " | JlX- mm I UkuO Alumni AnuckLi™. T XMCAftKli Oil I . ' ■ ' . UIMTtll ■ ti.xv-iadir» WUUIOifW ■ MM «lftTl WM IfcLBU IL ' nT tTACKI H tLJUKMK HUM HOME RMMTT «™ JU " « ««TIUI UAL Lull IIL ' Lll.H CB W«HP " ■m.k-hiTbI rtcil . OL ' iJfclV H.7WWT i™. ■ii; M, WU i-f.nui. jm V 1 i 4. -4 iflfi 1 SIGMA. ALHIA H1-hlL " y tIMITKk II " -•■ Tennessee Omega Chapter of Sigma Alpha EpsiLim Fraires In Palliate BENJAMIN W.WELLS, Pit. I J WM. B. HALT.. M.A.. M.l . CAMERON PICOOT, M.ll. OEOROE RHNAU HAI M.I . WILLIAM A- U.l , ' 1-KKV, M.A.. B. D. Adjumrcs HARDEE CHAMBUSS, SAMUEL CARY IIKCKWITIL A LEX AN I ER C AL 1 1 N - HL AC K. |. C K . lit MeJiCtaa REYNOLD M A R V IS K I RBY SMITH. A LBERTVS A PA IK M Ml R E In Lc c klCHARTJ HOBBS, Jw, JOHN " i ' AkKKR MALLORY. la Acidemia SAMIM-L CAKV BECK WITH, ALEXANDER GALI ' IN BLACKLOCK, KnWARD KI.LEKBE COBBS. ST. JOHN COURTRWA.Y, HliOKGtt A KNOWS HOGSETT. WILLIAM HAMMOND HURTER, WILLIAM WEEMS JONES. WILLIAM SELDEN KIRBY SMITH. HENRY CHASTAIGNIER MAZYCK. Jr. THOMAS PASTEUR NOH. RICHARD SANFOED RUST, J JOHN ARMISTEAD 5EL1JEN. PATRICK LEWIS STACKER. WILLIAM BEVERLY WBSTCOTT. Fraternity of Kappa Sigma FtfM ' XlhKD XT rSIVKHMfV !IM VIKilMl, iWi " PaLrmi— UU CdH, tlinn .ml Blue. hHB-11; rf Ibr VjOcj. -UL Chapter Roll GAMMA .... - SUAe Univ ™iy, LiHiisinna. CHI .,--_. Putat Dtaltcroly. lmh:iu:i. ItfLTA ■ ■ l.Mvidwn ColU-jie. Xortli CDKilina. ISi - Miirw Suir (.Y kxr. KhjIUiS .... De UtaMi y College. Leu i-iui-i . OmwIa . . . l ' nLver ily of i lie South, Triinntec. ZETA .--..., fniveruly ' •{ Vin?ini;i. Cm Okmu . VniwrMty of South drvtina. Y.T .... kati Julplti Mncoii College, Viipnrin. Aluia. IIuta . . If b(k ( ' uLvrraLly, GMfgll THH.Ta . ■ - CiiulIktIuiiI t ' linvmly, Ti ' iniinHC. Ar.rirA. OjtMlfA .... I ' liivereity of [iliimti . IuTa SoiLlkm ' ivlcTU l ' nivrmly, Tons-. AXJhVA I ju,ta . I ' enni-yknnL Slate Ddlpjie. K.iri ' A ■ . . . Vnuacitrilt L ' uivcniLv, Truman Ai.rii. EU iii j University of l ' euib yLv,iria. LAIUSA ...... L ' nivcmVy-of Triiilc AXVHA ' .At ■ . . , . Ihrh ttfrtj ' »f Mii.iiLLj.111 Ml " . . WnHliiiiHUmi nrxt T hj rrii ' .i--!-. . 1, ' imirili, .M.mci Tmkja . Soulliwcrijrrii Bnptwt I ' niv.. Trail. Nil ... WilHiinL «id Msry Cullipc, Vinsini- ' . W«A I Tji . . U. S Gml UlfrrtttUjr. Tcfiihtwct. Sl ....... rntranLly of ArVjinsu. Au ' na K.irj ' .t. . Cornell (. " iim?F»il i v I New Ycrli. Omh.jh. n , l ' lmwicy »inl ll nrv CoJIrjje. VirjjiniJ. Ar.i ' icji ].ambli.i .... University of VtfBHd IN ... . S-iijjLlnbirjTr {. ' flillejj , IViuiT.yK ' iii.i.i. KlA I ' m imi: . . Trinity CoLleKt ' , North CfeTvliii-v Segka . ■I ' ltliiiit- ' Eiisi-f ' iiy, ]j in i ' si.iii.i. AlU ' JiA Jit 1 - - - 1 ' iiiwTHty of Sorth Cnpilinn. TAV In:.. i:-:l;, ■ l Ti ' Ul . I,|-|I. . r . . WiilYon! CoIIcjt, South Carotina. l. " H.1l " ,0rf . llHqliH.LrlL-MhLllrl L alltftr. Viifciul . Al.1 If . Xl . , . . BetJlrl IJollejTC, Ku II Lucky. Ilir J nlq!llmi-,!iT:i I ' ll-,, fi: i Mi--in . ti»ltrt «, fcLumnl A JKia1kin$ ,M]iti:i tl-.inini. Y:i ,i - i C i I v. Miwiii I 1 ' - ; Hii::nM|:3n:i AIimiliii Cliiln PlltdiUr K . 1dlBBl CM ; 7» ti:kk:i: ]-.i-: hjhuhia vii.uh kk KHHn MmiutL I ' ll. MILLU irtnwi i;kuir HCK.K ML. I ' l.HH k.iita xinjfa, ifATKK. IHH ' hH Omega Chapter of Kappa S ma K TitlTJXIIflO, iKSz Fritres In ftcalttle HUGH k. MILIAR, W.D, SILAS J DUFFIE, Pa.G. In lasdlG a HARRY ROHKRTS CARSON. CHARLES DKLAKOULA FONTAINE. In Lcjc PAUL MASON DANIEL DQWDALL. SAMUKL IJALRVMPLE HCHQLES. Ju. la Acs4cmla PINCKNEY ALSTON HAZLERURST. SAMUEL JAMI-.S ADAMS. IH ' NCAN CA.MI-kON ORKKN. JASPER WQOLDRIDGE ROY MORRISON WILLIAM CARIGAN PICKENS, JOSEPH HILL WALKER. KlV.l-LNI: VAIJI-AX STliVEvSSOS. SAJlirivL WILSON, HENRY FOSTER DUNLAVHY, WILLIAM MERCER GREEN. ALBERT DAVID McFHAlL, WILLIAM FOSTER PKTTIT, ' ih(.irf-.i. Fraternity wf PM MU Theta FOtTSTKI AT HIASt: iTKlYlimtUT, IS S J i " :■ ;i r i ..- 1- Hull A I phi TwyIUlX — MaESK, AU ' H4. tVrfhj I ' nis l-= -ii ;,■ . Nqv I Tam r.Mii kn Ai.virA, [Jartnioutli ColLt ce ; VJtkMCrVr ti.riiA, l ' litvcnitv • •{ % . -Tii. .»- 1 : M v jh,:ih-s.i;tt ; Ac.i-jia. V ' li.i!:i-- CoNtgt; MA ( 4HfHTH jli.l.v. AfilbeMl Gotti ; CiiHMij-: Jii_ srtjf ALPIIa. Pniwn I bi.vi.-rp.ity ;. " kw Vmkk Ai.niA. (jorrwll ( ' oLi ' tTMly ; JfLtW Vuklt PKTA, UrJoa fiiiwrniiyi Nhw VOKK DOJJL, Ccfasfifaj tolkise: Xi:w Wmie llni: , ym™w L ' nivt™ )-;, rKJfN YTr- vasia ALPHA, i,nJiiyutti: Colkjcc; FKHPTTLYAYU Hkta, ; tt jwuiii j College;. t ' KsswmMA {rAllKAi Wajhinjt- t(Hl jiiwL ffrr ou U Llep:: PESCSimA ' ATti [ HLTA, pVBfgkfflT CoHq?, PXWXfYLVAHl a SfiOOK, I licfcintort CuUcry: PKKK rXV Xl JSrTA. Univrmty of If bitty LY.uLa: I ' hXRiXYLVAXM. KTa, TIi Ia ' IiLiiIl 1, ' iiivtTMty. Bda trnTinbc -VimicHlA. ALHHA, RiuhuLe " t Lrjfe ,. Virginia IIi:Ta., Grhrrnftj or VirKinin; ViJL«;-l!ffA IpAMMt. Kiietitrttph-llncoii Cdlh r; VlHODrut IJKr,TA, Ki..SniKiihL CoJutp: VlMlHI ZttTA, Va4iir-.Kl. " n «nJ I .■■■■ LTalvtnhj . HWJS Ca.ku1.IMA P»;ta, l " niw tft ' uf North Carolim; Kitsf lslky Alpha. CeitLn! LViMtKi ' ; KESI- fDUKY CUCLtA, tVnirn] U tr£fliLy. S mraa PVdYlltt ti:riuliciU Al.l ' llv Tmn-riaty raf ( " rfnairiffl : G-KA40IA ISp-.ya, Kimry Ci 1Ic«t; ( IK i ' -IA itv m ?,!■.,: t ' iiin-r ity: ' i ' i-.m mi Yi.j-ii V. .■■-!■ :i-i:i fjahefeili (i:nm.«i.i I-i-.i s. I ' m-.. - •■- .1 il-.i- SiK.iMi. AumK Ar fA. Uahtftitjr erf Atabnu; Ai haiia Rhta. Alibami lUlylecliBic Institute;; Ar.AMWA Gamma. ShulIutii Undmsf,?. belli Fni ' l IK —H ! ■ ■ I ' M Ai.viia, UnLvtrsiSy of MwifMppi ; I;h ISIa A ALPHA, t " lj»f (, " n|. yr ity ; Y xak Hp;ta, I ' liLYiicaily rf IWku | T»:xaj4 CrAUUA, SuatfamaLem L ' ni ycrsil y. tpsjlun FTVTLKC— OKfO Am-iia. Miami Untaenrily; Olilo ItiW . Otiia TOMtAyU l.n-nr ii ; Of MP GaMK . Oliiu mivrrsily: OHIO DELTA, l. ' niwrnily «f U ' ocatcr; OHLO Quum, BucIlM CciLk B i;: OlIKJ Zuta, OfcfaSUU UHtrcr-fly; InIpLaNa ALPHA, lmli iu UirfrciiUy; [H DIANA IHrTA, Wltftitl CttkfO; IPPIAKA i7 uvia, IMillL-r UHhrcnHr; |mhuu I klta, k bUILh t ' tJttjfe: mw Mi BpaiLoir, Hhmh l ' oHcr« ; I hasta s.ktj... DcPrqm I ' nihLfn.it ' i ; 1»»AKA TllKTA, lNinhn- l ' liim-rxity . UlCKKAK All ' ILl, LUlivxr-Uy vt Mldl llL HlCHTMAti tlJITA, uui- finlU-m- fft Mkliiitfln: HrcHKHP CftPHM, Uilt«k«L iZdIIc . JtelB PmVllhM tLUHCU Ai.i-m. - .1 ilmtrstLTii I ' ninniL ; iLLISttlrt DELTA, Kb« . ' ■ ' Hi.-k - L ffcWWJW BniLOV, llliiniit-Wiis-V -ait UHlv l lty : Iw.isfn .r.tA, lj mlur.1 University ; Ir.l.tWOI ETA, llnJvvnily ai ]Uii o ; WlW K " - . i.tih. PBrrtrtUj " i " Wlw«»l t. SIismucki Ai.rHA, t ' nivvreils ' i f Miwuni; Miashlhi II-i;ta, W«t- niii:nlr: OoHcv; MlSfMjVlll l AKM . ' U ' d lfeLiif;loiL L ' liivrmLly ; Iu A AL1-IU. l ™-fl tt ' i,-»,lL-v t3 [ " tiivi-r?.i1y ■ Ihiwa Puta. Stale l ' iiiv " ™iLr«r bflj UnrvXWTl ' A -t i,im 1 a, UniveF Lty -wf 5IUi n " vii.i . Nuiv kj, Aj.i-ua, [juiv ndly of Ni-linmliji . K sa«(- AIWIa. t ' unTrsiiv of Kjiihu; CALlttJxNJA ALFBA, rnivrrvlljr df Cs 1ifiwnia: CaMfWHU I • : iv [,-l-: iliL Sianiftwil, Jr.. fiiiT-Hr liy r AJXBlJ CbipK-ra — Ikwton. M ,. Aip1i»L Sew VarlsCily Alpha; Pfai l Ml fll t, ( ' :■ . A ilt . I ' hiljilriphLi, E ' a., BtUi: httttom. M L, Alplm; W JiaBjjtini. It. C.. Alpliii; kicinifeuml. " :i.. Alqih»: OriumliUh, :■ . .tlpLm; Atlulm, Cp ., Pt i : Nnliririr,Tinn,, ALfilWL Moittt fiisry, Ala., Alptii; Btbm, AU»,. rV:!« : Cbck«B(l, ft, Alphu; Akron, O Pet ; Cleveland, ., Gflttmri , l sui ilt . Ky.. Alpha; Franklnp. Iml . Al]ili±: liiJisHflpoli IikH., Ue4 : ■ ; : ., Ml, I ' J-I- .. ■■ . ' .-nil. III. 1 1 ■ KWU C«3 MCL, M]iii:i: M ■ " ■ " -■:■ 1- H.11I |ii, I au I. ilinou. Arffcn; Col., ftljiJia; S»H l. ' T-i- Uiiv. fniJi. Aljdii; San Ifrawns™, C I, H Alpfcm I.M An K rl,- s ful., IM b 5i.]K.a ttL-, WmJi.. Alphn. TENMi KK i " n. i;iCArri;ft ■JWJAUIJI ii..i|-;ijis imnuuir Tiki i HACK III I il.nt.iv. ■VSTEK rill imi.1.% lllf-i CHAITli mU ' hK Tennessee Bela Chapter of Pbi Delta Thela StSTJi »I,HH K n, I ' ' ' -: Id Urhc Rffiv. ANGELO AMES DENTON. D.D. Fralrci in FacuLui Rkv. G RE ENOUGH WHITE. MA. GEORGE S. CLARK, C E In Officio EtOhEKT MA It I OX DrBOSH. Id ThculoEia III LeffS WILLIAM SAMUEL SLACK. B. A. WALTER PERCY DONALSON. !■ Mottdia VERNON LaGRANQE THRU ELL. Ill ■, ,lJ, I M HARBBOT WILSON BENJAMIN, WILLIAM BREITHAUF? BENJAMIN. WILLIAM ALLISON BFNT1N. KENNETT MALCOMB DOCGLAS, ROBERT MARION Dt BOSE, Jk, FREDERIC HARRIMAN HARDING. FREDERIC GRAY HEBBARD. TELFAIR HODGSON. MALCOMB NIGHTINGALE UcCULLOUGH. OSCAR WILDER, CALEB BRJKTNALL SNEVALS WEED, OSCAR NOEL TORIAN, CHARLES IOUV SLACK. MALCOMK ARW1.1) KKEVE. HARRISON MQORES WIllTAKHR. Jk. 7 Fraternity of Delta Tau Delta m:IS.!-IIi hT IhTIi ' ASY i -. ' I. I.i.i .i:, tBfio ttaiui — I ' urplr, Khiic ni ' l rK,l CI4U. FUHTII. — Pllfi CBaptcr Roll ALI ' III AllenlwllFCOllirKi-. K « A JJKtA . . . , , OhioUrimr,::-- Hkta t ' .tidii.i WaiJiinKton mil JeiTtrwn C lrjic, Bktj. [3I1I.TA .... 1 ' niretrai.LjF or Mfc-biga-n. fliilA F : .i-,m,i.n . , Albion College. BBTA ET Bucblcl Collfgt. 1BTA IOTA MiVliijjMi Agricultural Collt jf-. BtfTA Kju-i-a ■ ....... LlilL Ink C lkjer. Bi;rA Lauhiia . Vamfcrliill Vii-m-:--!-, flHTA ili: ...... . Onn WhI ?m,ii L ' liiiimifr. Bhta QwmilHi , . . . . . (. ' nLvccMl} ' «f I-unva. BUT A I " 1 ! L ' -uiverj-ily «T MksHHii-u]u. RHTA Bn» .... SirVrh luMitntc of TV« lin oLctfC J " - DHTa •ill " . Ml WiLIilT1U C0il]L ' (I . D,rt.VA Vn . . . . |-f:iiil!liu iiul MnwLinll toltt ' E . IfctTA UmUH! Jti-11 .(L -r li lytt ' crmL? JiMtiLuL . Hi:ta CHI K IIVOIL CollL ' d . HliTA RKTA ALWI ....... ImlLiu Lrni ™ty. IIkTa Beta JIUTa ....... DtPlflW i;nlverftily. Hicta ITnircntil r nif Ww«iii i n I 11 K-h Thiiy ut Utotjtfa.. . - - Puller t dU-){r- (iAMhll. I J.T . . . ■Xkta ■ ■ - Hta ..... Lminnuly of Miuiii-miI:i THHtA UnivEiHiLjf of lln: S4rtUl, ICrfA . . . I ' lLiveriatY cf Virwhii-L Ku-.a . . . . - Uiii rt »ty flf Cokwacte . LAHIM • • IjcIhh " " [ " nLvL Lti. MO ...... r ■ Ti 4U ColklCt- NO - T«iw ii?riii rt1i» 1-nMUnK v4 T«hi n rtt-j. Xi - - . - - r . - Tulmic Unfrtnftj OVKP.ON ..... Chitih.II l ' n it-entity. ]-j N ' ortTurarfeni ViiiiTrvty. Huu . . . Ijrlaibcl laitfcird. Jr., I ' liinrMly. T 1 " ..... I ' nivEfiily oJ Xcbra lui. UMILoV L ' uiverMly of UliiirjK PHI ...... tJuia SULc L ' uivcrMly. tin WnliaJi CallcBE. .Mun Iui i- New York Alomrii Awwirtl-on: Viii ' -K " Aluiuui As oeiaiioiL; S ' juaYilLr Alumni Aiwel tl iPl Twin C tj Alumni AnKiHEiei] ; PilUtniTjj Ali «frl A«Kt tl«u; X Lr» Vi Alnmni Associationi ; Umhwl . " ilinimi As wiaLion; Derail Alumni AkhkiiIkhi ; f m«n( JtupniU ALuiuui Ax« ia.tiofi ; New Qrlxmns Alumni AMtititUlhfl. fc - ' -—■ ' IH-IT. THCTA CIFAITKR ■j vi ■ » t ■»■ yfiri l !■■■ !■■ n ' .ii k ■ i hi- N iunn r. tifiu 17KL.YA rnV UKLTA Cll.irniR I |uH " A»( Beia Theta Chapter of Delta Tan Delta r..Mtf ni.iMii.!i. i».-n Frafres in Ricullaie Rev. WI LU A l T. MANN I WO. B. 1 }. Rev. JOHN V Iv A RN LEY. U. A- - AdjDlor WILBUR GAYLE HHdVN " . B.S..CE. In TliEfllogfc 5TLART ST ROTH KR MACLEAN. CLARENCE SYLVESTER WOOD. In MeJidna PERCY HOGAN WOODALL FRANCIS WILLIS AMBLER WILBUR GAYLE BROWN. HUKAC1-: HAINSFORU Dkl-AV WARD DABNEY, SAMUEL l l " SCAN MAXCUM, JOtfE MAttTEX SELDKN 1 , PRENTISS " FUCKER. in Andcmta ROBERT 3TRIRLING BARRETT, Jh. ALiH-KT Hi . " l-XlSC. DAVIS, K if 1 1 Aim WALLACE ROGUE. Sl ' Kl ' ic.LE HURFORP, W I LI J A M WORT1 IIN r " R J N W RBSTE k . CHARLES STEVENS PARTRIDGE, OARtHNI-R UvIOH TUCKER, Fraternity nf Kappa Alpha roust uki ¥ wash i acTua asi» i.ke t-srvKHPETV, ikas amtr Roll AUU ■ W:i itiiiKtiHi jnl l r UBivmitjr, Vir iin.i I ' m ...... 8mHhb UllvmUy, AMhkbb, Gamma Ihiirei-Hty of {pi-nqjia., tin . . . . Yaiidfibtlt 1htt« nily F Twwiptc. ItKl.fA . . , . U ' ul ' Eirfi! tvJtejpt, Jkmtli Caiu ' -hi-i I ' se .,..,. TgIiim: E iaivrr-ii " y. [■mn ' i.i ■ J-:iih -rr College, 5ronci :l D:ukoa Centre CtflkK i KSiillKBjr. tfKTA K.i::iii.il|Ji-MAHMi tNiLltfji 1 , Yiixini . Ari-iiA Alpha ■ l niveibiiir of llif Suiilli. Th:i; -i ' -t-i - Vt KklniLiiuiL College, Virpniai Ai.riii In fi . . . , lIuivct LLj - rci " Al:ilKmi:k, THkTa ■ ■ . KrpfHfty SjtiU A. and M. CoUr c. AljtIIa ■ " • a m m v . . . I.mmmiitm SSnlt HniTrrrity. IOTA .... Pnrmmn U«irrt«Uyi Smith C nrih», AxniA IMLTa . . William J »tl College, Slifcscrari. KAPPA ■ Mcrrcr Untv-cn«ils-| Gthwrhi, Ali-»a EintUM , gOttu tymi l tm fTM I " i:iv. t feint. amiiim, .,,,... L ' nivi ' reil.jr i f YiininU, ALPHA Zt.tx, . William miiA Mary 04Iwl VirjjisiLi. Ml) .... l-llllflfy UUiI Ik-ltry Cnlli-KP, Yirgftttfl ALFJlA TiTA . ■ tt ' l Lllli !!-■((; (. ' ' ■! Ii-ki-, Mtswiltri. " i A[jIm.iii» A. ntnl IL CDIItft, Alpha. TllKTA iSnli i Xl !iiinlliwtiteni I ' nivcr iLj - , Tcn=i . Ai.rm luTA - - . CcBlunurjr viLtjie. IrWHri ' . OMiCkuM i " ii i ht-raily " f TTcsa . ai.vih Kait.i . . Mi wiiri SH k " I ' niicn yi L ' i [ " it»x-»ily f Tennessee. Vi.l ha UtlODA - - _Hilin J I ■ ■ [_j " k i n Vn iverHfj - . kiio , i . (Set nMi.V t,i ,trA Mr ... - MitiA] Colfcejji. Slis-i ifui. SfGHA .... ] vnl iu Cotlcfc, Xorth CnnLiM. ALPHA No ■ - ■ CrfraWw ttaivertitf , D. C. t. ' rdlLOM I " itlvffhi1_v of Ntircli Carolina. Alumni Ctupleiv Norfolk Alumni Ckipter; Kirfinuimli Alunani, ChiqXerj Hem Yotfc AIbIbbi Chapter; Ktkljcb Atinniti Cluifitcr; WAshington Alumni, Cfclfttfi ASucou Alnnmi Cn |4tf, A| JlI.rilA Al.l ' llA LlEAriHIt UUilHCT wfkei.i. cijughiu- inLIV ■ KIHJtU hl.h ' ilH.1 HnHKHH KaIta ai.i-Ha anniu ii...-i -,1: Alpha Alpha Chapter of Kappa Alpha K TAhr.lBimif r IHH.V Fratrcs [it OffiriG GBORGE HENRY GLASS. Id Tbeutogia J AM MS WILHER GRESKAH, Id Leg FRANCIS TEBBETTS CONSTANT. GEORGE WILMP.R HODGSON, t.L.B. in Acalculia JULIEN BAPTISTE ADOUE, ROBERT BENEDICT. PAUL BERG H AUS, l r RA NCIS I lOl ' KJ NSON GR AIGHI IX, RliVERDY VAN WARREN ESTILL, HAMILTON POLK GALT. GEORGE HENRY GLASS, HENRY JimAII MIKEXL. HOWARD LORD MOREHOUSE, HOWARD SANK RISLIvY, BAYARD UKNOIST SHIELDS, SAMUEL ALSTOH WRAGG. j Fraternity Men Who Hire N Chapter it ibe Uniwertily REV. W. I ' . DiiwJS]-:. S.T.D J A " £ ' . l ' Kf S VV, I ' .TRtfNT. M.A A f, PROF. BURR J. RAHAOC, P».D ' . MR. REGINALD M. HTSIv MA. . . .J . MR. S. D, WIJJC0X . . . . I A. GEORGE CORTXKR AYDELjOTTE . . . . r v. MERCER GREEN JOHNSTON . . . . . h r. WILLIAM WIIITAKBR . - ■ ' - MARSHALL IV MURRAY . . - - - A Summary of Fraternilies Alpha T,tu Omega ...... a$ SlGliA Ami a Etklah , ..... at Kaj-im SLCMA . , - - - - i I ' m I lTa THKTA ....... aa DUTA Tai " DK.TA irt KARrA Atl-HA, (S, a) . , .16 Hki.ta Kaita Emilom . . . ■ ■ i I i [i Kappa Prc i Cm Phi . . . . . . i DSL¥A Phi ..... r , p i Kai ' m Alpha ....... i Siuma Ho . . . . . , J I ' lll TtLKtA Psi ....... I Total . . . . ,141 « Pan -Hellenic Convention - Officers WILLI AM C. ROBERTSON WILLIAM S. SLACK Dtlcfcalcs j J s± J, W. C JOHNSON, H. (■ ' . McHtLLAN. C. C I ' l KSIiV, y j if S. K. ISKUKtVtTII. A. G. lll,ACK LOCK, ft. S. RIST. W. M. filtKi-S " . W C- PICKENS, P. M. EX. DOWDALL J f F, G. HUBBARD. V. S. SLACK. C. B. K. WEED. J T J C. S, WOOD C. L TUCKER, P r TUCKER. A l P. BERGHAU5. F. T. CONSTANT, H. J. M1KELE. u Z-E .T= Un1 term, W — Plrsl Kair h W. C. JOHNSON, fYtytfrrt. C. S. WOOD, f ' iar fWmfemt. V. C. ROBERTSOX. Crifu. IRENT1SS TUCIiUK. . wr dup, Officers Irlnllj Itnn, 18M SctoaJ Hall 1 C. 9. WOOD. I+vidcni. W. S. ALACK, fW PreiitStnt. S. BU EmjRD. Oiftr. W. W. HKMMIXGRRi Serrttaty. K W. 1IOGUK, 7 ' rtVtNr r, F. T. L-ONHlW St. .luwrimary Orator. A. (i. 61„ACK U w; If. ifr iwru 7 JEimjthf. Mall? Tern. If.-i I.:-- fintf , mttfOUfc P tibknf, J, W, C. JOSttfidH, Us finMtnf, w. w, »KHNisr ;y. vi w Historical Sketch of Sipm Epsilon SIGMA K] J SI hOV Ls [111- uirksl »tude.nl orj mi iliun in Hue tjitLt ' entity. ALthuiu-h J rtmr1 of tier " youth of IliImji 1 . " [lhr (irt ' fjjLt members do not regard a qun.ii.LT of n DenlUTy of existence as license for in " a|je nf ease. " They nrt- incited by ;i noble anttatfy to the beritcflbrtStif heart iiml he;ul lu preserve the Society ' s fair and well lionoretl name. The ciiily history i ' t TIlLm SiirLcly Ls must interesting. Wf llniL lilernry judiliciitiiui ' ; undertaken ' it singly, iilicl later eunjoLntly WlOl I ' i Oin«na. Owe j:n.p(.T unnrixberl muter the litis of S mf Izfrriftft . The Society lay no claim la lhe edfoOflblp uf The Plia, :i I tl i ii,i ]l did the promise " to fetch mi p p fC P tt liOO uf hi]] ' ' Mill Itch] good, Li -tlnmhl lie glad Vj adopt il. In IW?2-, a literary Miciety exleimion scheme was Started, perhaps ;i fnieruniiL-r of iimivrvsty extension. Il was itottiiny: ]ess Lliati a Junior branch of Si ui.i Epatlois, organised dw tlie unlearned in the tS-rammar School. This was conducted for four yearn; the pratSuuiK ■ il ' li-. ■. r - were appointed front lhe ranks of the jkhviji organisation. In those day.i a naeaalier was ilropocd from the roll for absence front enr meeting, autl I ' i OihtRa cuiilu not gain entrance to Signal Eptiikut Hill withoHt n sf cial petition, By motion, it wa " tlic PrcMdciH ' s prerogative to Unite whom he pleased, " In this swimc year ' bc an lhe contents between the e two societies for tltc DeBow (Jup for nir.-inur, rind the llTown I ery Cupv Tint record of the cnnK arc complete T tWWllytwi " ytfiir.t, and ait idea nf the WH iil rivalry ni:iy Ik ' lind froni The following [CSllll ' Sigma Kpi ' kin ha vrnn, ibe (Jnrtnry Cup linn 1 times, and the Ivwny Cup thirteen ttiues. The sueeesse of I ' i Omega have It ' cn omtory, thirteen; suwy, nine- At mk (h-T iKh, 1 coulcslp both CU|H W?nt In HiK nln li|»il1oii; llvis moil j1«h the l-jsl " ni|h IS {.)]nvpi. Such a nJivi idni cyf honors- HTOIKt ' iitnit s [he; rLvnlry thf thH6 ttfCBty-tm VCflr in ihe year 1S95. Wlint sli;ilt 1 llie ptsn.lt? QllitT lnjinhrs wiiii l»y Sl iii.i ] " p iln5n are - E ' ileven wiiullts hjliL nf Lij liEceu m L]ll l |,yiu:in I now Kuij hl) Menial ( unLL ' r.l ft it [n-chininlicm.. llmviiLiL (if fivi; ulliLiU in lho Trenl [K ' t le. Hiinl three n ut n f fivv re)Jre™eiitiitive nif Sewuiiee in [he (in [iLL-.n,ls ill the Sciuthefn IiiLltcii]]£ j| . ' OralHiricnl AssbiriatJfin, bin n:iiL-h for ;l few fart , nnd A 1ini] 4. ' At the life uf Simula Ivp ihnL. T ' hiii sli U-lL thillIhI iHJt In. 1 - ricrn? Iitlinj.;ly i ' lihr-ril lli mi ' ' :■;. ' ■.. iIIiiil: l3u. ' nil] ii (vl flintier n _ ho ]llvl i [niule lilt! sdfiely wliiLL it is: C Kih, I h ir l , I ' riiKhi ' -r, Dnnlavey , pjii rluinkK. Gray. KnyxtCTi Myltil. Iliji iiLS, iv.TH H " ' i 3Jcl4tihM?t, KiLll t e, Si ' . mnx, tianH, Xatilh. (rarn ' iHH.1, liltLiic. OuinVLrHl n J i lht ' mt niiisl lie anlJesl tlie llnrriAVM, nralnrs : McKL-lhir. uruLin mill most fiilhfnl iiLLMiLln-r; tfrnchdt. four limew contestant for lviw y t ' up. twice winner; anil Mur[ihy, CrAijf, t,l;ulstl i| l Stiwk -■n , " l StlHJUjn. Tin. " nh.H. ' ds uf tilt 1 Li-it fii ' e nn 1 tno fresh Hi ihmhI TwftHinliilK. Ki Presidents, Orators Debaters and Essayists of Sijjma Epsilon Literary Society -73, Ik B. Mjrlw (1 ). C ML Gn r (9). :i, it. a. Mj-i« rjj. T. W. ScTHgJ . ' 75, Y. Jvl. Scrums II. li. ILLjMiii |Ji ' i. •7 A. K, hnllLHlitc. 1-1, II. 1,1. Jts(js»n . T fltartUBgtttl In. ■77, U, !tat uui i F, A. IJeHffluel ( Jl J. B MiyfeM " jBv 15, It, C, Robert S, A. Cnap (2J. J, Cft» I J-l- " 79t U P TfJf. A. C. Munlnci. frOWK 1,. W, rtiniLli. Ot . . H -id. ■73, c. m. Our, 74. W. M. lUrLmr. " 7$, C R, Gi» ■76, W, C, BBTbOB. •77. J. P. M-yfifUL " 7ft, J- If. A I KwIw. " j St F. A. DtKMtuL " Aa L. W. Smith. " 91. P. T- Crldpdcai. ■A3, II. M. Garwood, ' 4, J. A. Harm, ' A$. H. B. Hunrk ■ Mnttlljtf f 1 riLi ■rrvni dnrin.| Ihr yfir. t WIliBM . « " i™t fiw ¥r™L Unlil. ; mkilv JiiI. Prcs-Ue nls. n O. A. K id. II. V. JUanc. U " . A. Hercy. " Ai., II. St. r»ru.™ l 1 31. IV. A. I ' nSk. W. B.. H«-iiiaaid. ■tfj, If, H. Ikwuioml. J, W. PWTT I 21. J. A., HAEfL-4 I Ik ■«J. II St. r..irw,.H-l K, H. litlllrii. W. K. BttHiaiul ii , " ft|, K. 9. Rllkxi b . II. Ch Riddell. W. 11. Thump™. ■»£ W. II. McKtllftr (i . M. Ik llirri . J. A. McCcmid]. ■St, C L, a«u- 1 1. L, Cncfcrtt (a). ' 87. C. T. Wiiclil. Analrerurr Qrators " flj, J. A. Ilnrrin. ' Si, R. K. CflUbh • j, W. R. Ireiimwl. ' At, ft. T. Dwvmrijar- 7(5, W. Ik Thompson. - $, C. T. Wiigbi. ■A?. G. L. QndfettL ■AS. T. T. Gmlsden, SomUcru Inwr-Calltplair. Ontars " 92, IJih1« ' U Studi. Icnncsict iBKr-CalltrldK Dnnrt " Hi, W. h. TIkhiljhoo.; •Sf, W. II. McUellnr. " SS, ILti. Slutpliy. 91 n Bft W. I[. McKcllMr. J. W. SpmtL K. Ik Murplij-. ' 88, n. G. Hucpbjr, K. ILL. Cru);. W. II. AlckLrlbr. ' Si w_ IE. Atuiiellir in. P, T. 1illdwj«l (ll. ' 90. J, C. Mom» (il- 1?. T- Cidtden. ■91. H. StUL ' fc ( k t : . t-;, jilwip, ' 51. ¥. 7L in p. IT, UkL ' -U. W. H0HBM4L W. C. R J rt»n (1). Ij . R, A. T,v. S. Curbed (a ' |, c,a w«d. ' 95, J, 1 ' . V, JcillHujII. ■St, J. R ElliMt. i, C. P. tuc c. ■ i. A. V. Scell. I94 L. Giicttv. ' 515, J, ff, C. Jchrwoxi. ' •fi, W. C. Rabertjon. ■ S, P. T. Canitim. ' 9J. II. f. !kni|Jr. ■Sj, H, ]■, E„ tniiK, P. T. G " Ukp. [nlur-Sot-liil? Oraluri 7J. B. B. Mylex. VV. Cxvgg. ' 74- J.t.rtiw. ' ' 7.5. W. [ ' " sir- ■7S1 It. 1). Itijjfjiiu. J, J, M ll, T. Wi.rL8niij.l-Mn, ' " H Jclini CiWi ]■ ' . A. DcRuMI. ' Tf, V. A. ItrRoMCl. c, P. SiiHdi. ' , Tf. A. Rind. M. B. Iburi . IB 1, N, B. Hurri , II. M. Gftrwwd. 1s K J- A, Ilnni . W. H . |:r. " i.-r I ' A. J. A. Hnra. ' N. i. II mi . Sj, J. A. I lirrih M. 31. Harriv •Hi VV. ]|. VEi.kL-li.ir. ¥,. VV. VVrtcra. •iU K IV, ET. M Krll.i: " W H, Th.i.iiilBHKi. h;. ff, H, IftKtHtt. E. It, SirtH ' U. ■■Hk R. C. UttC Q -■ It ]■: I. ii.ii.: •ikf, n. ]■. L. Qrafe P. T. G d t ». ■9 P.. T, dufenkt , J, C, MkitIb, ' gi, T. T. Gndrfoi. R. McCrad)-. V» II. Slunk. R. Sl rady. ' $}. A. O. ](-1ncfcli«.k. W, , Holme . " l}4» Kurfoni. A, I ' .. LHLarkliKk.. " IP. MmUoTi Stuck. P. T. fijuUkn. ' 9Fh I ' . T, rt.-uL Lrri.t VV?,I l-cr B:ini « rll . tnter-Serkij- behaber? ' ■1 f. 3.-. I i " li " r|. F, R. Sdi.mii • ' 93. R. Ti. Juhnsfljeiii. A7G. iiiMklwk. ' 44, TV. C, K fc rtion. J. W. C- fabBKH. ' 7 " 74, H. EH. lEyle . n 7j. V. Wj Shieltls.t ■7 VV. I [nniiltrtai . •■-. VV. II. Hnilow.t ' 7H, I). Ht-rtUHULt ■79, J, CnJlM.t ■fa, TI. %T, l!llll,-.+ ■!iT, W. A. I ' cre-y. C A , HeJit ' Si, A. R. T»jUw,t Irttci ' -ifc ' lnj EiiaJflMi ' Bi F W. A. Frrtjf. " Sj, II. ST. Ginned I R. H k. " 84, R. Hal . G. L. Crocked. " Bj. C. L. Cwcfcftt.1 J. I ' . Pinkf. ■■Kfi, ti. L. Crocked. j. P. I infcjr. ■ 7, t%. t Crockett t r, l- NcLI. ' S :■:. 0-, -Vturplijr. ' Sj, U: SkCrudy. I I ' M- riS. ' (ft IE. SlUL ' k. vv. ii. McKeTUr, " 31, IE, itiwlt.t V, " H, KliiMi|h ' £ = ] J . B. BbHfkl ' £V TV, S, ITnflbini.l . W. C. J feBi»rt. ' i. K.. A. !••, nlnL fie ]lnnrm Cup. •■!. Officers Lenl Teim 1«9S C. B. E. WEED r. k. sjiith g.l. tucker rohkrt benedict W. If. QKEEN I ' ice president. Crilie, Secretary. Trra surfer. Officers TrinilY Term, ]ft 4 J. W. GRESIIAM W. M. GREEN T, T. WALSH R. K. SMITH W. C. PICKENS President. VUt Pritidtat. Critie. Scctftdfjf. Trcdtitrfr, Historical Sketch of Pi Omega IT was on the night of July n L 1871. that T. J. Bringhurst of Texns, 13- K Banhitl of UtoUjrippj, John Davis of Florida, H. O. L« of GcOTffk, »d T. J- Moth of Texa roul in frafcssuF Cooper ' s Suction Room for the purpose of orcanii.iiiK " ' Tim Sewanee Literary Club, 1 Tbe object of the club w-i-, ' the promotion of literary study mini gflKril. improvement in style, iiiimii ' T jmn1 delivery. ' ' The nntt» Chflrtcn m-a.i " Distort ttt ittusire. " ' At (he beginning of th neii term, the name of the dill was -fang«tl to " Omega Society, " in honor of Bishop Otey- The motto was taken from Horace ' s Odes, Book IV, J, J " — " -lAr flur imtc »V- " n lv " lLsh jt k . " AAtr llu; in nmn.-r .nsil cu .linn nf the M iLEiiiL ' Hl bee. " Trie Gntt puWic 4ipji :tr.nLLt i.: ' i nnuifi Society was at aconlest with iti« l J i l.aiuljda Society, .mil tliL-n was Ij snn (hut series, of victories -ufrich has seldom been interrupted in tbu career of Pi Oinvga Society, On. Sin ember 4, tfijJ, a meeting was held in the Ljlir»iy H;lLL for the purpose of eonsntidntinp (lie 1 h i Lunbdl find Oiuega Societies into a society to be knew n H ihe Pi Omega Literary Society, TtKM the naauiis of Polk and Otcy were united in an Mwcktfcm which has ever been ait lienor to the i institution of winch they wm the originators. From that time until now a strong hut friendly rivalry hascxi--lvd ln.-t.wccn this Society and Si K in a Kpsilon . 1 n contests Air the npt, ihe linamra have been equally divided,. Pi Omega excelling in oratory and Sigma Ivp ilrm in e«wy writing ' . Ism when we consider Ihe interctdleiriai and interstate oratorical contests, we fhitl. u-iik out exception, that whenever Sewnues ha lnten tlie winner, lier representative htsb en from l 3 i Oniega. Ik pite the sliarp competition, very rurdiai relations cstisl between tlie iwn fsudetie . jiml whenever tbu literary ability of Scwanee i challenged, tliey unite upon the most pmtaffl vluLinpJoiH, regardless of society prejudices. This is evinced by the fact that the two contestants in the recent debate with Vniulerhilt Were Pi Omega inen. elected by both Societies in a jenm nietting. It is to Ik- K ' srCltfil i.li:n ■ Lit Lie is known about the Pi Lambda Society. The record an ■Hit l c found, Iml the history " f its wcwihy snee-L ' Sior furnishes a record of faslbfhl work and numy w«ll earui triumph ;, J5e t nf a11, It shenv thalPJOme a lis-; niniiiUniiinl !i xljiuWd t L-x t ' 1k-i-.i-i- vi Inch makes her a TJicwt valuahk a ktatil in the training of Stwaitee students for their lifc mffc. Preside tils. Orators, Debaters and Essayists of PL Omega Literary Society Pitiucd •;i. T. 1, lorrit ' Sl, C. It. ITuxte ' nL 1?. H.W. J«M . " Xt J- A. VjLilEtirfMe. C. It Itmlsj ' PH L. Maimir. Tin - I ! :i::.::i,i:--I. T. C, PflnrH B« RuVrl ililwip. •;. . Jihk Drri . ' Si. W. A, Garrv. Robert GiTwvn . JhS. Kenhtw. TV. A. Goutjt. K. il. W, Black, Jl. 1. ft 5t lnwli- A. K. Mihrlkcjl ' » k. SI W. |:|.u.-k. J, A, T, ' »nlliiM{, k $j, A. JL. Hfecbell. F, L. CoySe. ■j6v Joe. D vl 1!. A. Ccmif.li. ' SO. R. SI. W. Lilii k. W. B. Mtt w. H, A- Cornish. II W. J011 , ' ::, s. r. j nc . 114. J- tv. (ilu »■■ H. SI. W, lllaclt. . R. Joim . J. G. Ellis. H. 39. W. Mick. T8v fHnraM HcQtfMO. Y. b. Imu..ii Y. 1.. Cojk. C. Jlcli, FtkCktU . " ■K5, h. Ukrw. V. }. 11 ii[Wiriiijj T II. A. Jetted A. 11. EiosJiieR. j. ][ 5, ciini.j! It. L. WiKKi " " . ' Wi, W. 1 ' , piiaLejf. ' S3. J. II. SpvumiK. A. W. nijjjil R, t, TuifcM. K. C, Jrter, ' Ho, K. W. Ibranrll, S, It Sh ' .!■■:.■ :i ' 4, M. (r. JotHMtofl StL ' KIITl SMjUCCIl . " Bj, W. I 1 . l-LJllc . J. W 1 1n- -1; -rill. W, It Tiluri ljiiul- MjiiK-y lEwing. Souihcfii [iiKr-Calkjflak Orders 5. £ B, K- Wlh . ■.,). SI. li. J «ih nation " 95. . A- M irl«-»iL. ' Bi, TV, A, r.Hirtry. Si. A. H. H rt , ' St J- 0. t? " ' 7 Jt. It SI. I M j 111- 1 J. A. ' » " ] [« TV. " TJi T, PnojjlHusl- J. A. V tHf fl , ' TJS. J. I SralinH t I J- A. Vmi Ifrtw 1 , ' J4. TV. IS. M ' »w A. 5, Sotidi. ' JT, T. K, Mt«, TcBotacc lBier-Oill«(tlil Oralors ' Si. W, A. tlu r¥y. t. U 1 . P. I Bbcr- ' Nti uiiicv Rwiiqf. 1 Inier-Sockcr Ofiiore ' 77. Htcn.iTt SEctfnetn. T T. K. jDocn.t Sili» Sicftee. ' 7 Stewnrt SCc ueea.f IS. I,. Wigging. ■Sto. Sl w rl SEcH,Jii ti. t ' , ' ,-. II. Mwelanrl. tt r T. 1- ' . ]Hvit W, El. M..r l.ni.l. " S W. X. GiUbffc. V. R- 51. W. Pl-ik. ■s . a. il n TV. A. GimTy. ■flj, W. A. GiHiry. T. C. IfarniH. - 4, A. H Mflrt v 1 j. G. GllML •»s. A. II. rmsiiivU.1 ! ' ■ H i ■- ■ i -- 1 . ■flt A. II. [Jii lncll. ■ WinwFm. t Tl t rmrp. no -?un(c.l fw IRIk™ ( fi. ' Ay, W, ] ' . tiulev. W, ff. (iuLbrit-. ' HA, Quincy Hwiajr.t W. N. Cmttarit. s . R. If. W. WW t W. T. SlMWiSug- ' 7 R. M.U " , BiaL-l.t F. U C yk. tyn j h J. A. Chipin. ' J, R, C. jMrt.t J, W. GntfMia. ft ft, MiK -ni. ' 73, Yl-iuU6» Hriajjiiimt- ' 7J, ] IK Si-j.liKnilt. ' 73 fill; " JIYR«-. ' 74 J. 1- IJhjw, f TT. H. A- Jfl ' " ' ■ ■_ W, I), Slfri-li-. Ti Jirfin Dm . Jvlin Kvprhfc . " T4, John Davis. ' 73. Julm iMirifc. Jilirt Krrsliaw, ' 76, jldl.ll lllVM. ' 7T. IT. P. Pitt . C. ItcD. J ' urtfLte. ' 7H. R, V, TLinmrll. S -uinl Mr jiirfrb. ■:■ . C. HeO. tadnUB. W, ] H Slrt-k-. , F. C, RivrtMl. ■ai. •to A. H. WfcrV ■s.w j. a. en™ ■B+. A. KL C fnli . V.. A. II. Dnsliiril. Diter Kletr Essayist ' Sm «, l . mctoa T. F. rmHt ■Si, k. W. BtrmMtt ft. W. KLig. ■Si. k. W. IlamwcIL C. D- ICoiLrirs. ■Hi A, R-WUftiell. A. B IVwuWi. ■aj, w. a, Oatny. " th J. coin T. [1. Jta.ic.-n. " B4 W. A, tJlKfffy. E- C Tinker. ■ j, Robert Gi( «m, tS, R. M. W. Pl cli . -4g, F. L, Cflj-fc. ' 90, OL T. K-itthrr. •91, K. ft. Oullirit. n ip, C. M TuJ ' in. ' ijg. R. C Jeler. " 91, K. k ftinilli. ' 7, W. A. llwrry. W. I . Linkv. ■ifli, U p . A. ttueny J. ]l. AmiBtm«K. B W. S. Guthrie. A. W. HuU. V O.T. Itirvh , " LwiKTiiekH. V- J. H. SlXaTMIX. W. L, EL nemon. L 90n J- W. GmdlUtt. IT k . Oi- -m ■91, J. A. Cimfm. " ' pj, J. WillPrr L " .«-Jl:lJll, I j. VitnJii r1 l ll-Jwirjiicc Debater O, T. rwtitr. V, R. H. W, Hade ■ FlOw »nilH f-jt V-ttr- •• ' :V - I f% ihnr i wan i ' ntir TuE IK-EH— C " p. ; Wlinu-rv l-cid1c- !1 Ebr Vrnfl llciliil. IBr « -won. ,i L ]•. 1 tojle I-:IIiwmh1 Wilton. ■u3, Nc nll JOyMr. 91. G. Jftfawtfttl.? " ( P O. I.. Ti lt r. J. VT. Gre»h»ttt,t 99 CLARENCE SYLVESTER TAOOIh SrfrttarJ. J A MI- £ CkAIK MOKRIS. V|],] LAM CLKMHiNSlft ' IttittEkTSON, U E RCER C K IvKN JC ) E I N sTi N. GARDINER LEIGH TUCKER, RICH. Mi I • wAl.l.ALH ElOCrUE. KIvNTlSS tucker, Ktmi-kT i-ranklin McMillan, FRANCIS WILLIS AMBLER. FRANCIS HOFEINSQH CRAIGH1LL, THOMAS PASTEUR N0£, WILLIS WILKINSON MEMMINGER, FREDERIC CRAY HEHIlARD. FRANCIS Tl:ISttl-Tft CONSTANT. TO ■ ' .i.1 llh u Officers ja Hkv. WILMAM P. DiUOSIv S.T.lJ . PraHeni. JAMHS WIL.MER CHE-SHAM .... - - Mw fttii itt. JAMES D. WARREN SttrVFarp. J. W. CANTKV JOHNSON . - - r r i i . Critic. lax The Greenleaf Clulj RICHARD liQUBSJl Asm tf. EDWARD WICKS ' Vkt PrtsidenL PRANK T. CONSTANT, .... Secretary aid Tremimrer. The J, S, Cain Medical Suciely DLcd from Slie effects of cm OYrertlorm ctf diKlK ' veLkHl nunrH Amgnst, 1894. L1W l - 2- 14.C W. B. HALL. M A., sl P. 4 a-ncrj] c;i h i. ]li)Jl ' l]l { " ■.reeii. IW. Robert ttitncy. Hr. Prof. ftlKmii. IViif, John B, K11k U. Itrnf, CUfei? |Tmrl m, Cal T. P. B rkr, G, R. FflirlwnV I. K. 1 1 " Imp Rev, V. ' , P. 3mU. r. K. 1H71. II, M AnikiMjcr. Ej, iSji, 1-. S.1,:illir. K, Mff». C. T. t. Miiiikt. K. i 7J- Th iTiiii H ' : I liHisi-nrii: i_ ]-j. lH l. V KLUlnligt. I-. 71- C. M, RevLwiili, li. i-Hja. K, Kir y-Smiilt, H, i-Sji- s { ' . Tom El 1IS7XK RvV, He. WlluKf, K- i 7 - J. Mi-Cndy, I . tliyS. Re . W, ] . Puwecm, R. 1S7SL Ri-v. A. Jji-jier. H. 1S7S . II . C El. WbhiLtr, H. 1 78. ]■: XV. Julin , 1 . iHjfl Kl-v. ifcjj, [)i±Rc«, H. 1SS0. Rev. V. A. lJeRomet, ]■ ' . 1KM0. Unjlcunl R- m. k i-i . H. Mcffec lW. E3. TuHiclict. HitfiHifi { " ■Atelier, ORlon PtfiiJenl. 0. W. WKLL3. PH. V. t Scmffity rfJHf TJlnWiiir ' . R. L, COLMORK, Crterrr. LUt fl[ Kfinhin Irarfl OtfjnlUtlQIl l uT J- W. HVIht. M.RH I ' bp-. C. KcD. Piu ' lirii -. J. J, CwsUh. 1 .1 -Hihp Sfn ' uUiH,, E ' rof. R. 3 . SirVin. Rev. J. Q. GIwm, Unt R. W. Dowilj.% I " . S, A, Rev. T. I . Ihnlloii. _ I ' mf. I p return is b W ■ ■ " «■■ ;. , ; i: K Wi ■.-.-, -r. I. ft, A T. H- DuBM . yumcy i winu. Rev. R. B. G«Mh Ruv. A. A. Itciilrm, R. 1K9:. XV. 31. IkM, K. 1X9.. I ' . A. Itioufa. R, iKt,a, b. L Calmer . lliiT Conger. K tKgr, R. M. Dmlfenic. Rev. J. Ffctnltv, EL iHon, Tolin OwWlrit. I l«8g m hnp dUor, W, i -jl- W. Ef (V:ili:Lin. K. iHja. itcv. nirn.-: EfodKwa, ;. IS?S, 3jL S. C. IIiijriLMJii. I-. Utqr. a. C. J ' " 1 ' S. K, iKji. RCVi W, ' ' ' ■ Mui ' iilLKi 3 ' : - lS " f ' ■ W. If. HclOtilar. T. r_ Kft-l E-1. iSsi. H. R. WHler, R. iS . ■ a Ibc fwcKuiiK EI u tlecl«l ; R TfJr 11 ; I »• w, n. y nT-, J. N ' . NictialljL E, 1H9?. IV . C. FiKK " ! G,W, ■Qninlnnl. K. Ityi. R. II, RnwvU. K. ltnP,l8M. I.LeiH. W. f. Ston . I!, i i. 1-raf.W. P. T ut iTirf. H. W. W 13k, IS. iB r, llflf U. 1.. U ' i|ipin. S. B. Witor-v, k. 1S90. B, Wlbmm. Jr., E. lB$b Rev. U ' . M. C.uthrk, 1 i l R. tSwa. Ji r. If. W. hcBtrm, K, t f . R. ISji. II . jDDCfl, U. IB A R lE I. Rev. J. IE. Spuria IS, l» . I. J. A be nulli y. Hev. W. A. (fIHTIJ-, E IHijJ. H. Jd. Iliue, H. IBJJ. Q, S. CLurlc. IE. IflM. ft. I. tfiiniH, E. F M- Rev. IL. rt. Taylin, R il j, ]H W. 1JL Ywunif. K. n»M. Dr. M. K TnyUir. K. li j. 3jl ll.ll.iiiiiltrvii. Jr.. 15. 1EI44. T. C- Uofri K 1 4- M. J win. ]■:. 1S94. Kev. R. W. MviiHninjuT. K. lS$4 J T. Jiillll Rl V J. A. ChmpiTi. IS. iJi i. }lcinLee ibnniTikiu. IS. c M. Rev. R. El.Sli.rr. I J The E. 0- B. Club THIS ourjL|Nlni.-wtil qpEutosceuct of ScwaTiec wil ami culture was inhered into H fcmj;h.t r is- tence i« ihv suromer of i«j . it tbe resktence of Major G. R. FiiTbauks. From tbat Jay to this the calm spirit of KL ' ni: ' l wisdom and the Ariel sprite of wft liavo never deserted its gather- ings, tut pcrlutps nc itlier have ever cast so favorable a smile on it as at its christening. I ' " «r, when tltc " Professors, officers rind KeiitleideiL " ' connected with the University had -determined that tliey would exclude from (heir mcelinKs tin? ditteusflioiL of their one cennmnin i«ien.-Mt, the affair " f the University, they were At a k»» C find a name tint should contain, at One , a test in 3 on Lai erf their wisdom and tlieir wit, till Ariel whispered i " (he car of each, and with eyes radiant with fralcmal emotion, they all exclaimed: " i;V Qmm ji™ " - Behold. How Onnd, Tin: gentlemen why thus bore witness to tlteir mnltial affection aad L-itLi;in, were General [Jtorgns I ' rufessors Shonp b Klljult, Harrison. Bishops Green, Creg ™ c1 lntnrd, jLultfe Fbebui, Colonel Sevier, and Major ]- L ;iirbanks. For the first nineteen years of its esistenre the dial met at the residence of one or another of Sis members, save fnru Iwi f tnlervfi wlieu tin:;. cwiyed the cold liffvpiUliLy «f the- Treasurer ' s office. This ca l a conwdemhli; Imrden on llm ladies wli , to borrow a thought from Homer, " were doomed to deck Lbe V-trar IbeyQuce enjoyed, " a fact coinmciui - rated in a touching [ «ih written by one of tlietai and rend at rin L " ntLMa;Linii3L ' :ii in l- ' crtunsic Hall in [JftSj. of which a single stanxn may hUKprAt what Tepiynn calls the " bitter CSJ rf wrong " : ■ " We cmn sec tiwni tiuw in 111 f ntrk dim. rnTwu Ine hfUr ■it wax big late, Siumranilwl by jwts. uiJ pjinv ami mps whL1t Ih idei arc fi-.nLilli; ill »1.Ili-. Tlicj itmy t (Ch tett tin! tit ait nlmaii-ic jn r. vr Ibhv litar «ae nKt " l story. But rat in Lite paatiy thc r ' i not ranch lara, and a pain is t back it not (tkNT- " SO, in 1889. the B. Q B- moved into their present Club House, a s|Kidcnis edifice whosv hire ;iisd surronudings comWm; beauty, utLLLtj " and t- ' iuvL-mL-iut ' . I(H Hm n in Mikcy Rise ' s Purgatory, " ' jill the quality tf the 1inn5 ' " tfatlier frrtniKlilly. Tlse i!«i , rris i; k Are mi iiluk ' d i n Llie elauiical sacrificial rite . A vklitn, called llu- ' Trader, " luiviitj? Intn ]irevUm 1y r1n.iM.-n and crauuiKil for the runrttnn, i- (,-jddb- LteJ tu the members far About twenty uiuv ntn-s. to rims-i- solemn and lcw. Hi- i iht ' n HitL-riftctd by the Freudian, -iiail ihc emails Iropected by the augnns in turn. Tie fraction is tlun eooctafod Iq. a feast, during whk-li the spirit renin™ lo the vii-tim, wlio is ■Howcd tu shire in the clioke of liis sneetrxsor. Stmtigerfs and Philistine nrc oeculofulty invited to the Club, but in ltn»e CMCf the ritual i nimlini-il «ttt " f regard to the State law comccnuuic " wSflfnl injury to any living CfWUine. " The snrue motive bas caused the pretermUsfctu of n imws-Ki™ -!! CUfton that after iln- f«uut cvrlain member of it 1df1.nl] etmteiid with crttt mother U to which poituI relate the and oMt t fete, in whicb Mfapdtrtioa they had already teft ChtUCtf ' f Parson and Man liir lH,-1iiiul n when the night n-nu.-h.maii dL: ovtred that they brirl driven Mtt- judges lo bed, The natural rcliwiiw: uf titer writer Carbide ftirtlw-T Tvivl:iL:nn . Ill-.l l ' -l of I aw — Veritas, ■■ ■■:• Soulticrn Inier-Cnlltgnaie Oratorical Association J.r RcrrtKDiaiiYCi at SflwaniK in nc Corneals UwiVHiiiiCTV ov Vl GlffU Paul Trapfcr 0?tL " Jeti. S. CanoliniL 1 49a YavhHHWI.t [. " srvKkRETV . . . . . Hudson Slucfc L Tex ;i . iS 3 SOUTH Cajuhjna Oollhok ......... Henry CwlMpr Sctapfe, Kentucky. 1S94 IfsivjiRSLTV ov the SoirtfM Mctvct Gmii J«hii!tnnj, T xii WASHITOTOti aso Ua Unii-kksity . " ...., Stuart Blnrthvr tfftdetP, Otorffia. • UnkM, JUm« Rua!-lKdb T» V H - lff J-rmrlrj L k. !taihrf!L£, (MM ! J«- tm a Ita Aleutian. I Si VandcrMlt-Sewanee Debate IfeUi i fAf f 4jvf Qf VtnIfeHti Umitrnifji. AtatnWr, 7V m-iw. Mnji ij r iSff. Tht-fi, , .■• u • IXbstere KY Fl K HAT] V V. J. Rets Lin . . . (■jjIjihI I5nnre Overtoil h ' HTtATIVK Vudeitrilt. Jaiues. WLlEiicr tlreftmn VliihLtIjiIi. Mercer Green JmIiiM ' Mi JfrwaiWC. 9 -.v;»K:e. ■ M.KwIlnr. Rooked, Thallht: jurisdiction nf thv l-V-deruL Cuurth sltouUI be so increased as loctttbntt all cnusvx iirLitiiK wilbin toe liroi » of ;Lbj- Siai »r TerrLtur ■ of the United States which involve ii menial km a I tuitipli-cfllioii . i I Wh it ■ iffilli I i l.ii-,ki-.i. MuCN Sewanee Journalism MOST of the neadcr of Cap AMD (Iown know but little about (lie numerous publications of a student n;it urc tluit have enuinalcd trout (lit University and other presses, in varied ami htTitiii j(ttrl:.ifld will] minfe ur lesh WCC C M , dtUlBJ Llh. ' abort |i rLuJ ( f Ilk l " iiiv..r ity M. ' :i [L ' ntv; ;md i( unmilcl In 1 i iliftkii.lt ;md wi-ll ni h inijM K4Hilh1u task. (O Jnftx-iin. ' tiini]jk!ti flit ' s of The issues of fWCnt y ' iirv. nuil Lii hmL. uf tlmst tluit ap|x-;Llt-d i.linin- ill ' .- first veal ' s of Se-iYiiiLL-v ' s njvrtli. Art- far a CBTI be flWVTlaiiH ' d, tlKie liavu Im-u i3ii It ' ss Lliim w veil twin ]uililk ' ;t(ioi]s, of wlikh ibu f ' ui- ' friitv titvord .l ' m . priority. This li(Lhf focLr- [tLi - ' IttpCi ' Ikk ' 11 its eaTutir In J urn. 1 , t Kjj, -i- :i monthly, aim] kjui U-n lH, ' ii C(H 1ck-.i1 iiltvrcrfL . laytttg no lI;uhi Lit liti-mry jutiil liuLiI M.iy. 1 7=. when the Pi Dnu ' i Literary Society tiei-mincr ludt |»arliier hi tike Veutim 1 . At this, Limv il had doubled Its iiliimIivT (if piLj v , half of which , n.n:tvrlhv (. ' cIIiiitLiI eanpiif lr. j. A. Van Elwi ' W, vmm filk-d With artwde furmstlied liy (Iil-- mum Ijltx of that jhxk-Iv. ' I ' lie- 1 ' j llnn-j is h;id entered mt ' i llie arrangement linauHV. |h?j- clninird, " " :i gefKraiS rivalry i (he lifeof JWth SfKieik a iHirs anil (lit; L-iitvrjjnsw of our brethren of (lie Sigma Epsilon find a response in this, our attempt lo eclipse Itaem, as wall as a spur, perhaps, to urge them on to greater attainments. " ' And so the Sigma Kpxiloti l f iic-rary Society had established, in rfijj, an independent paper, JfS-f Sf ma lipiH n, viliu-d liy Mr. Van. Winder Shields. How long this effort was sustained is not known. T1k- t ' tiizrfiify Retard liivcd through [$75, two volumes iu all of twelve numbers eaeli. Tbe dtatli of one college paper, however, seems to be ait inducement to begin another, and thus it was tliat iu 1875 there appeared T it l- ' Httvrtitjr jYrft ' j, a weekly eight-page record of social .iiL.I t-LirrtiLt freeuLs, with tlie fresh motto. " Free. Frank and Fearless. 1 " Its editor, manager and |iliM: 1llt, Mr. Win. M. Harlow, made a stride forward Ln journalism, and we find The Ata-wa far inw euiiLphitt! and satisfactory paper than had jet appeared. It continued its existence uir.il early in iJtfta- TiLui ' ts followed iu t 77 the Senvuse Dot, which perished after a shor t existence, and tlie memory of 1I1 is sheet scarce remains. After the lapse oF two years the C ' ftivtrfiijr Retard, in 1879, reapirtured in its tbnucr dress and style, only to wn forever after a few issues. A higher plane of journalism was. reached in i«xi with the advent of tuft »d Gtiwn. under t t control of the two literary societies. Commencing with issues of a few pages each, it ISO wkhii btOftOU an. inhrtittiiiEi Tradable pamphlet, containing good articles el some literary value, at Ihc same time vofcHug llic xcnl imeutx " C the fCwkal body. The merit of this periodical is evinced by it? continued success through " msniy ye ™, mill finally, ilh a private enterprise under the management of Messrs. Butt S Ca Men, il beanie flit -Vrauuw in cfiSS. 3 " " ifo?, a seint-occasiona], single xftc?l, cain 1 withmit inyltnticm ;md utiLt without permis- sion in March, tlUSi. and has not l ccu heard nf since. In the following year appeared 77tt Dei, .in itcinurcr of local and current events, but thin aqiccent sheet passed au-ay alter two banes. Interest in tlte literary field during the eighties was nnt i hniHj ' eonfisued to ita [ " iiiversiity proper. The Sigma Pi Society ot " the Grammar School, in 1 3. and 1884, pncMtutv ! tiv?t voLumes of a small eifchl-page monthly, known an Hie ( " .■ « wirr Sfbwf Expetiivf, tn. which [lie (iraiiLniar School SlLidefth uuie almost tlte mil;, 11 Hilt i but i :-. Journalism was tiff in 1M4. In that year tlicrc flourished F »r awhile Jhc Sr tiure £££, published and edited by Mr. Win. M. Harlow iti the interest of the students and University. Iti tlh.- Stfttiritt ean Ik noticed a decided decline, dug mainly to a greater desire for financial HtOCCW than for litem ry fxcelleuce, and after .struggling through the summer months of 1 S$q K tlits monthly eeawjd cu lie. Tlie want of a first class periodicaE, however, was greater than ever before, acid in IhMvniher 1 if ibis same year lite Board of Diieelors of the Utiiitrsity «f ike Souift Afftgaziitt wis organised, and in April 01 the following ycaT app ped W first numhyr, M literary worth was at once regarded by the college world as of a superior order, and Ihc rncnKbU immediately look high rank in college journalism. All detriments of the University received recognition, chiefly the Alumni. This magazine became a quarterly in 180 1, and fW lack inat rlnl siL[Kport failed to appear after that year. Owing to the rapid derclopmcnt of athletic at the University, there air™.- n pressing need of a weekly, Riving Local events, and thus Ihc Afwtfaw, a Four-page weekly, 1 cj; :l| i hs rargn Lii tlie spring of rJioi. and after Lti tenth issue was succeeded in 1893- by the S rancr TViwrr, ;l hny.M F Lif-pago weekly, and the liveliest aud newsiest organ Scwaitcc had ever had h whomt ' Chrwtinw iiiliiiIm? for tkat year was. the fifiit effort of the kind in Southern universities. In the fn.1l of 1S94. the Jieiftt irr Tirtift changed its naine to the St-u ' msfe Pitrpif, nvhieh has sinec appeared a w«My for local eveuES, issuing daily cditioiLS during the ConiiiLeiaceinenl seasons. The greatest undertaking, in which all Sewanee is interested and represented, is Cat UTD Qowx, or the Annual, edited by the fraternities. Though there had been anniversary numbers or :-iLEn:iiLt issues, of the colLe«je paper in iSSj and ifl jo, the first real attempt at an Annual was in 1B01 . The last issue of Cap and Ckiwx was in 1S9J, and was a work of considerable merit. 11 1 Tlie crowning triumph of Scwanre ' a jnitrnalisai la Tkt Sfntttftv 8nieii whose editor is Mi VViti. P. Trent Tliii luagfljsLnc in n (pwrteHy, ft over one hundred pages each namber, coattftriAg utkkf tint possess a high degree of Siteniry excellence, tints raiding its rfaudaTd above (1l:u of fbe nidiii;irj- marines of the da j ' , whfcli are brooming more and more practical in their nature. It 1 " reived much favorable crilicKin, nnd the Rei-i r f Jttvutri. of December, Htyi r nays of it: " A mupfWlffy Rood Hia£aaiiic hails from ; -anes, Tciui., TIkt Sewance Review. 1 Pnl i|i sin -il nnck ' r tin; auspices, of the University of lh? Squi.1i. it promises lo " be devoted to such topics of jjmenil tfoeulutfy, pliLLosophy, history and literature as require fuller l-rea.ttiit.Til than they Usually rt ' CV3V« in lite popular rna vil ' lLS. and le«w twh " i " il tn. ' atmetit l1a:m they r L-eive ill specialist pnolirainmsJ This worthy purpose is finc-lv carried nut in tin. ' initial number, with a noticeable lad 111 rbili iiiisih. Tlit: hl-w (|iiarterly i of c Kid site ilemI well primed, am) is. a must praiseworthy venture i« Southern periodical literature. " .%!«- " a 712 liinvtBsrn if Ym Editors I.KIKt Tkrw. i )t — J. V, G lffOfU », Cdrfuf-UhChtff, W. In. H Intra, AnfaftH i tanger. F. I, Cm II-. Ij. f|. HftttittML, A. K. C-IWHK, Sfirtiillc PorfiKTrl. (1. W. ilr.i.lj.-. 1-. I. ' •iiIlii Li.ii TtlSITV AMU I.HWT TUB MS, lS$J— F. F. Slwup. . ' i. ■..-. ' .-.■■.. l j .T rr. [.■-in . Tih ' ki ' T, Spruillc IIueKtiI. TfhtsTfv Trrat, i«9-r — C. 1 ' . (.■■ -. :k , Kdiior-ixXkiff. H. Wil jii, Jr., tttttinsu .Ifaa gtr. HikI-oii S-luck, I " , li. -Nhmijh r. ].. IVpvk, W. It. N:nHS- B iw. ,l .i TTjfj-r W. II. I.Kr|l»r F. E. SIiouJk C. P. C« t, Tkimtv Tkbm, 1S90— llniLw-ii Stuck, Aififtir-i t-CAir . V. U Cojfc ami A. V. Setrtl, jtjmh ' jj .VoTtwrrr. II K, MrCmrhpon, J G Kfetft, L ' . Hi. Slmup. i.n-sT TuitM, page — 1I-.i.Lm:i n:s-t, Kititcr-ia-fhhf. W H. HcEtMu niti S, », fflleox, nrFiwis .Ifa . H. 5 HeOiWhtv) , J, C, Muni-, C P CodH Editors of The Sewanee Tin;: L ' KKCiiicK.utDK iii ' tub csjivkhsitv tw tiiil miitii h.ii Hires k fXIHITT T44SH. |H«$ — k m u- n::i.K .111.1 j. t. Monti, E4itm4 .CNtf, P. L. Cnjylr. W. S. Slmrli, DL T. BmUj, A.. V. 5w4t, Limi» Tu«-T(rr LKItT TXRH. 5S»— W, Jf. ntliric «if I J. C. hiri . EJktni+Ciiff. II. W. J «hh. F, T, C d JVnL Pu L. C rlr, J. B. HlliML Tusitv Tkhm. «n — R. 5. Jlrn i " phI W S GolUllt . Hitti riin-Ckte . ETnlMtt Lew, W. T. Wfln-luK. J. C. Murrifc. J. II. AnriMrwi ID- LEST TttkM r diSS— li. i. Jltirjjhvmid W.X. llnlliric. f- ' Mfart i Ckitf, «. K. L. Craig. A. W. BulL. E. MeCnA}, R. H, W, Irtnck. iy Editors of the Cap and Gown I ' kMJi-XiWHiit ■»■ tup; hwjixk [ l,HNT TH.kM. ISS? — aUCOfLi HaLIT— IjiLincy KYMnu nn ' L K. (.VMiirtdigr. frfrfrrj it L ' hii-f. I). W.. Wrcim, Jr.. nmL J. It. Elliott, Ji. r fiat. Mrts. TC. N. linliiie, A. W. HuLt, I! D. Smilb, R. E. L. Lh.nt Tehie, iSGj -I ' iuht ICAi.f - W. P.Pfnle-fudW. H. HcKtlliir. Editors- in. Cftiff. J. R. Taylor ml C. tl. Coyli " , ti iitfn •Wwragtri. yiiincy ttwiiijt. W, S. tluthnu-. J. W, iHpnH.1. P. 1 ' . tiwten. Tiimt Tiih.ii. i¥ — ;. ].. CiwLtl jtml W, I . Ftoky, fiiiiioriiw-C if , C. I,. Stwl ud Ji H. Taylor, Rniixfii .lAajttrfv.n. v:. E! JtcXdujr, Qwkjey iiwlujt. a. ii r ■ . ■ -i i i . - ; i . ■.v. H. OiiuMt, r.KST T«¥W, (HHA— r. r. frrcVri :» " i a it.UlOiltII, WtimJwCkftf. f. J.. Slirl, KoWt lib M1 ami [J. HtaLtlvs tiklilfti W, Ik TboaipteMi. R II. Mi1t r, jr.. IL C. Tucker. W, I ' . Milky. Thisttv Ti:«u, iKKj — A. II. I ,•--:■ i-. II run! w. H. UtKdlu, fidi.-rm-miff. WilDlcT Slliil ' l JILiL C 1 ,. Sln-1, Jtlt.UHi ' M MattOj ftf. V. (,- Turter, r, I. iTiji-lrl. W. I ' . h ' taLfV, V. ft. TbmpiQO. Jr. I.h. 7 T«[hm„ iKHj — a. ii n »bkl1 nifcl w, 11 [. x ,■: i:u f . Efliterf, J- C WillWh ill.il J. W. H|rfji«V fiHAl ' tlMI .Vi2JVfljfH : , B C, Tartar, t,v. ] ' . Holey, t " . T. Wright, W. ft f l|ijl»tPHjh . Jr Trnxtrv Tkh.ii. iHHf — V,. I,. Credent ftiiJ J. Q. GltW, t ' Jititri. ir HiiUU-i. a K Conritb, W, H. IfeBattir,, B. £, Toijttr, l.r.yt Tkkm, it i - fl. L. Crocket nnd A. It. Harts, Editor . k. T. IrawnrifEg, A. R. JlaEchriL. II. fj, RiihLel. A. ti. L ' amiui, H. .Micnu. TKIAilTV TlfKM. i Sj — W. A. (iiLitrry iihL VaLu-r ILtcibmiiI, Editors. S. ]!. HcOlokm, T. t J!.iiii-n. A. K. [JtrlkL-l I. K. M. Unrris J. U. I ' tiLt, It. t . Hiihtcl. A. I,. W iji(jiiis {aluBinuA ' . I.KST TkHII , lK»j — W„ A.C.iitrry, El. SI lnt wm.-.l niiil ' iVnELrr Hit-iibiriiil, A, H. MlUltrll. J M I lilt, S, B. 31 1 1011 jilhl i R I lni rb, Jm lAm M.tttagfn, k..hu:M rftlt, T, C. Itifft «. A, R, MiWturll. IL C. return, J, A, llAIfLi, II. 41. KLiUIl-I, TRI3CITV T»iHJJ t IfiiJ — W. A. (liurtTy uinl It. M. (liir « l, Rttifvn. W. It. XntiCi iitiiI A. R. Slilclitll, Ititfrwcu .Wtrwagm. y P. WiaijfieU, A. If. JInTkK Wnller BrcnioinL. J. A. ManiF. I.IM Tt!wU, l $X— W. A. Nny, R.. W. ]tarfin- ll, . W. Itrcy and U " . A. ti-uerrj - , I: J i ten. W. Ik Jimt nml A. Ji. MLtclitll, 0tafiiM£l JAw Vrt. C I!. Eln.||(iin, WklUr Mrcmoiid. A. k. Tkvlor. J. P. U " iBjrfi 1.l. Tllian Tins, iSSa — W. A. l-ewtry aoi H.W. Ihnwll, Editors. iH ' I ' .lir.■- {SvsiHfii . I. ' . ••; z:, ' t; Q, Ik EJii.lKiii , A. R. Tkykw. J,Ha1f T|U, iSSi — W, 1 1, MflTtland. JSiWArr. V. Ik .% ' xutSv fiuit ' Tfii .Uaie zfr. !■ ' . ]■■. I i.ivL-. W. A. IVTfy. ii I Bailors is?s M. c; ji.lt N-viTOK . EJttar-iH-i-M-ff, C. h. K. WK,]?]» tXO |r, O. HlvljRARD , . fffcrfMU .I Jju f ffl. J. C. MORRIS. A. i.. PI.ACKLOCK. 0. L. TUCKER, W. M. [,kKKN. L L-, PIKCKMKY. V. II. CRAIC1IELL. EJitrtrs, IBM W. II KcKKLLAK Mtmojrivr Editor. I ' . L. CO% r l r K, JIIHSON HTIVK. JOHN LKWI . KLLWOOU WILSON, D. II. HAMILTON. NOLAND FONTAINE. EJLlors, I 9I W. " HcKt LAJt £a itar- iwCkitf. ELLWOOL V3I H ?S JftriitKii Manager. C. J. COCKE, j L SBEff, ELLWOOD WlLSON r A. V. 9C0TT, i I vi n x st re k . it w. low. Edilurs. I8S5 A. H. DASEUBLL , Fdif fr -i -C irf W. IE. McKKLLAR. fluiiafii Mmxtftrt Auhfowi Editor i J. L " . WAJULBN, C [„ STKEL, K, C. TCCKER. GEORC E |,. ClM.H " KKW f WlUiBSL BB1XUDS, L, ». WRISS. W. 1 . FINLliV, w. h. thomi ' Hon. »fj . ' ■ k-«: i li TWIM OPP¥l KT lull. ' fedWlM.ll. jnmnp The Scwanee Purple -r-j " %- -» fl ' v ii- in i iii;[i i-n-KV KJiriiiiJAV vmnit A.riur r ttt jtfl.Y, AND SJiPTKMRttft TXf piiimun ; " J . Board (if Editors, Leui Term, 16 5 m. i:. JOHH5TGH Tcxm W C ROBERTSON - - Tins . - Man fiuf Editor. p. C H3R8ARD . . XewYwk . Sf»rttWgE ftfor. New Vurk. C £. WOOD, t ' rforfpj. E-. IB. [X IKIWIIALI.. [Itiroit EJitar-iii-Ciiif . C t, FJ Nt ' KJf HV ■ ScmtLi Cniolini . Iluiiuen JVnttogir. R. f. 1 IW " .l ' E-; , , ALabaiiu . An ' . Jhtjijiesi Mmrntgcr. 5. L. TVCKRR. AlalMTim. EL. W. HOGt ' R Aliilnnia. A, C, BI„U;KI,iH.-K ; -JV„ ;,..-- -i-i- V T t ' tlXSTAVT. I fioanf of EJLturs. Trinity Ttntl. 1 4 M. -C, jO»t !lTOS Editwin-Chirf. SrRUllrT.H KIH mn.lt Managing Editor. C. 3. WOOEl, P. hKSi HAISi K. V. McWILUH, C. C. USCKXKY R. W, II ' OGUE . . , Ait ' t. Hmfi rtf Mstagrr. A. G. BLACKLOCK, W. M. GRKKH. P. G, IIKKBARU, l ' 7 Editors of Hie Sewance Times TllJt nipWKH S n r 1m ' . itmi ' i.k UnC T?nn. 1«4 ■ V ■; it[,IVi.TiiV , ttitvr-t nCfiiff. A. GRRRKB V.r jfjJJf fi Sfcr. It. T. SJOAI R ...... ttiiiwtis tfik gtr. is. BfKFdWH, J , m ■- nuts.-..-, .-v j,. si. SMkklS. K. It. JCHIVSrrOM. C. ft, WOOD. II. C. SEHPLS A. G. ULiUCKUlCK. TrlnMr Terra, ia«l J. V. GARL1NOTON Kditer-imChitf. II. W. (SHADY ami S. IU ' RttHAD. Jn. Mjiazitg Kditon. II. T. 80APEK ... . ffwtiwtts .Vtrwffr. j. m. horris, c. js. wojd, h, a joiufsros, r, y. wilsoh, a. k. i;Ki-:i-; iv a r., blwklock t. j. crosby.. jr. L;n1 T rm, 1VH s iiTRi-OKii. J HMh inChitf. u w ;ra]iv . jWtwjrr ' wjf £Mter, CM tomk tiMtiitttMiivg.tr. H l; S]-M ]►[.!-. ■•■■■ j i " . t. sargbant. .l s. woou, a. g. blacklock, r, V. WtlSOM, J. M, MORRIS. trlnllr Term, IWJ J. V. GARLIKCTON KititOr.in.Ckitf. H. V, CRAPY ...... Mtmag lg fiditor. C, 51 TC mS tfmiitu Mmw W.H.LIPSCOMB. S BL ' RPORIp. Jk. I. ' H ' IS fi kkJ.K. IIS V. K. tflH ' i l ' Editors The flcuntaiiL, I 42 littilar. fimiHfii Manager. ■V W. M HJlW.rHV University Hews l«5-re K. IT. WBM.ER, JR. - Uitarsin R «ir4, i»?s J. A, VAN HOOSa. JOHN KEtttsil.iW. V. w. SHltfl.tsS, urns iuvisl ■ W, M, H. HI,(»HV, J. J. HaMNA. V, w. s][ii.i.n JOfDi ImVIS. " 9 THE SEWANEE REVIEW A Qf ' ARTERf. V JOL ' RNAL. Y. t n ,anm.u iSgi. W. P. TRtiNT. SI. A H KDITO . Vui.. LV. T3lJ Rtvkw wih UlrlLthi.-il uinler the ampin: , of Ihr l ' -iicwlly vt ttH I " Bi«T iljr, It uwkvataL to nucli tonka of general, TlwxiJugy, FUiluwfrtlT. HtttCT.v ihI E.ittraliu iw require fuller (realnwirt llian tuny usually nttin ia Cit pcpulnT uMUcapiwL =»-hL 3i-rt ictlMiicd in-Jtaienl Hian lli y recti™ in ijn-ii.il M T«blipjitLQiiA 1b oiler wonli, The Rtykw «nif " mn ieh t iirarlv to the typ Df Ih Kuylirii KrvLrw tlijji id uiillI wiLb AmerhnD perinHlicolfc. I3u Stime S-ewanee Books IAAI. i-H ' I.HV ' 11 :SV ASI i " ■-:=-- 1 v StiT K [.li l S4JI J LI k ' AHll.ISA Ban J. Kftnuge, ffe.R KFQU8H CUWOTtB IS VIRGINIA . - - W. r. Tumi. HA urns qp wiextax titLinjkH simms . . - r.MnEriran Writer Serie ;., W. I. Train, M. A. MILTON ' S VALLECXO. Elft:. . . . (KAiledl. W. P. Trenl, IT, A. [|-f]IAV]SM AND PE-lKRISNAI r tTV . . . KrV. 1-. A. Slwujp. II.U. MOD XrJ CKRMAN MTKRATI.RK - , b w, Wi-:i.. m, 1 1. SCHILLER ' S JINGKR.AU VOW ORLEANS - - - ftliurt by R. V. WnllA, rn.it. SOTKhIOUnIV in- Tin: m:w TESTAMENT . Yaw. W„ f. lAilfosc, ri.T.I . At.CrHKHA Rlk SCHOOLS, K i-, I n . L-np, D. U. ZOLA ' S LA DEBACLE. Edited by II. W. Weill, Ph.E. DAUDETS NABOB . EiliUd by a. W. Welts Ffcft IBS PHILOSOPHY OF AMERICAN LITttkATi ' kE, Rev. rlTwno Kh White, MA. JKftfeV Mi» Sarah BarnKrll ELlicrfl. t,AR]t. ' ni-; ' s vovjw;U hx m. fEftklCHOS . . i-:.!Lll-iI v h w. w, IK rti. I . C1I1HCII CLUR LMCTL ' RR - - R r., t? «HHMg Whit , M.A. THE CHURCH CYt- ' lorJEDIA . , , fttiled hy Rev. A. A . Hvnlnn. 1 1. IX VUCfiCL ' S JHKBID, Bbob 1-V1 . . Eulited by Rev. A. A. teuton, DLl)L SEkMONK H v. k. ][. S-Iiut. D.D. THE FELMERBS - - Mb S ™h ftamwell Elliott. HISTORY OP FIjURIDA . . . O. k. l ' lLrtHkikkv. THE SILVER VKIj] UNO ■ ■ K- W, Juhua, M.D. THE ODES OK HUKACB r . . IfriuipiJiLLtiunl. CukLe llarriieii, 111. IX A SIME ' LE UKAkT . Mi- S)inili Ihriwll KUiMl. J..I3N 1 ' ACEiT ilia Sarah Barnwell Gilirtt. MEMOIRS OK A SOUTH Kits PI.ANTBR . . . Mr . H. It. ik Ic . JIESTORY OK ANTIQUITIES Of HT. AUGUSTrNI-:. FLORltTA C. R. F trfc Bt n LOVE CONQUER ETII ..r-i:.ii| ■Li- E..i il.ry. DAT] N GH AM MA k FOR SCHOOLS - - - Cnir]»Mcl . KockEUjr. MA. LVXiCa, IUY3J5 AND FRAGMENTS . . . Joseph II. Annilrou . iii JSAl ' l KAI. tUHIH.Ji. C €s3 " Tliti; la | ]t ' asaiit fcltcre yieliiiim. Still I turn line idle rhyme, While tlie brave their anus are wk-ldiiiir lit tlur luighly s-trifc of Time. " " My sentence , it Is acfcnowledjed by all gi w| judjiL , (IT? Wl ' ll l-tHlslllll-U-ll autl liarmonHouv, " ]» (»»pt ' nta tH» t mDim t tlwr hi. " C ' ilIu-c ' N ' i hi. hULct tbiD ill croaCwn r VTht? •miat in tbtr beginning withtjul namc. b- " rum KL-Jierjtkiu untu cncraLicin Tbuu ail uncbujpnf . ajid My fucn M u Night Ihiv ' s lUil, xhiirl, lift- ]i -i nVu:l bcil«Lll thy liij-M.--. Kill-r-l wiili hwcH-i, slcr w ' miiiiHlit ' rcd by My mi lit, Ami 1:1 Llir iiitinilH- : i. 1 1 .: I h?iL| :i1ivv h All HkI ' I i " 1 " . : im! thmli ' ii 1st -ill li |lll. I ' m- ilgtil iurf M iun . who - tTXtkw hKXk« h.ip]i)E» M ether wizard from Mtir plivcr; Tiling ia like jidJaiiV (■rcitfijlu ' ipjf whiii, Tilt bnynlleaiv mn lets, mifiIv na " f 9pm. Vet art Mml Icn-inK u |fl n " . O nuttier. TQ pi IT Hi rr ' -l falsi L • ;• , I ■ = ■ j of ■ -ILf JilVfc. We are My rinhLrrM. kom BQt of aiurtticf , ft ringer irf My p rf«tw i iwl praiw. TiiiH " vru. when ill Mat iiDO e Me burp 1ft f hi iiijf Willi tuneful trouble of tic trembling L ' hirfiL EImI the- rinHig aente of Miiligbt i 11 tlitrir MUglng, Crowned Willi Mr Imre], coEH]iierar jihL bfdi S w « uw- «t ty, wailiaj; Car tb iiwrrinri|.r, Ttif tkwll Ili.nl ih 111 -L Ml I In- vtiu of Jll((L Of llic- silyl 1 lay ii ' .i wiiIllILiL liihS £9Wa V.MTuitkff, Tii u li fht- l1-.rn V.JIH- :ilkl Kt hftVC WILtnl kMjj, I3J Sbltll. WW WMtfh «U h ML! tf-fy AtdF i iA ImltlMu- ' l SwchIH l» Urfik Wllrll Ulr liiw mm h:m ( " iiiUmI BtJTOpt H intA tftiW iftt 1lK ]Lr.» riily w«y, hit " Iju- I.l-.iuii whLl:-, ul Mm- v.f- ' ., AuiL lln- iaj i,-:l-,I j;:iivi whiEr wlllL Ih ihjii -Elite H|i:mi.lril. A=nL atjiiblYi h il.n Li-il. .ii:iL lllr Ll jliln irr jbm]r-iL, Cm! frwn dw L-luuiLinnKiHrf i2ir Mmlt et day? And the m- ' , (ftjubqt ritJislrh s«0 n t. ]■ " . » hIi wII th - (QlHl]Ll . ill I A LlL Eril Inll aiuhfl, FiklLrli lV |ll T uf |]lr piklm htolft llui: iLy . I|- I ■ ' - ■ : : I In- L ' -L ,[r: M iiLr L|l;, Ji i r ■-. I r- 1 :--. i-L.i: :i ' -r: ■Villi Etly 1£iihii li.iic oi:iLr-, Oiml-iu in Lin- m.v The thming (tun iPt f4i wn up«p Iby trt Kh Tb«t Ht Ike qawB rf pMdou in J t f -(pIusbft, The wind i Rift ' •■■■!!; Im .illjui K s ■ ' . ihy lij« : Uotbtr4T «JI tarftt , bfrHuUfnI E.ia c: Tliv muKk TiKwnliKb! It1v4l« in! rc «ii Ki ±itil uitlk and tt mr f thy ttt sirw, ' J ' lur aleejHUHr-rilic bvth) Ibr ilrlrtimx " I ' } " . K b " ' N Jl31 ' hl " 1 h :,r K ' vtn Of thy jjnu.T. Thitir r (Ik tort Uut llw , tt« l»vf» dun wither, Wbbftn, and ft t1irou«b Ihiiilx i it v li:- .illii-iin ' i 11-f fluEr. :ui l .u ' i- tit (fi ' lblilLlijj j-illii-r, ' ,i: I siKiiml Elf nillgiltjf ttthkftkMlll lb «44f . II im:-.- ilIw ' i li tllU web linnc nilljr oqwfl, Wlii-tHiirr we turn tOtlKG, O Xilihl, cur TUOlllcr, Ol " v, y w.,nl unricTH il«»un-tutinj{lt ' .l thought, Willi thr Irftliean popple jfirLiiMLfd L Tltnt cUiLho dir w.iyh iklK-rtiu cur tjHriU travel Tlierc i uu man to cill Ike dreamer fanattM-r. rA ' LLb vi ' il of Hi mm MWuk-Efully WEDiigbl. Nor tinlh be kin uve th ami thy {Kit dead . ■Aiiim- ' Inure] wreath in- covel iMri r nor glory. Mof love nor joy t w. L V. ncr lo lLt but w 1 r ! i-c i. Viliii ' .- .il " ] t III- .i.il. r " " ■■! ! i ' I ' I 1 1 . . f r i. - . I ' poa tlbe jtillawcf tbv pulMlebi lircn.it. Sliir]il iu alGTvr JWi«i iLtyii|j(hit tlinl iliwrtiv T a nujr nc-ftleep, willi ill llut were before 1114 Too noil llic ckia Mid. the drEiau of eir1.lt ; Till time In- endeil like a l le thai ' ?, laid, Mother of lwc, ' id 4[ii«en of Diany Imicn, Till ninjfiiiy; ipbem be souikIIcm ia tbEirclianu, tlriinL oil Ihy ret fman sorrow and fratiL tnirtli. And ill Uie circle of the nil prow cold. T1l ii, Lii Lhc- DDivmal ccianDuiwitifB, V, ' Ilea faith ud kojie lipive- vanuilieil into sn hl. bnleened, Intiuri iiTi l, m tkidi ' H new: crealion W - shjlL ■Hikcu htm Ihy lfaidefl, N ' igtiK. j» Thr I Ik hi ud tit ttt t-rtfhtef ilwrc- L uorH lift: luiflhf. " (ftf " r usually spoke n njf a» uiiugiiv, but more than that — St i sArai r and mysterious, 1 1 location, ii- birth, iu dt-:iilt iL-. Tt-uiiTfiiuin. ii tsm-iuv, its laws, it lifc, its methods, even its beasts, and leathered fowl ; its hIto «■ " ' ]tVt,i - " »• ' gule-inHtrtic . and Huilts are htniti u and mysterious. Twice plminpfl rend Ranted in faith and love. Sewauec l m been strangely hampered, and m yxH ' rkmsl y ' .l ' i ' ' .il. until «nc is aluKKt H ' mpU ' d in believi: that m uk malevolent creature, coining down from the remote past of the place. mn t lwu Ikhioli] iti Inttli and interdicted its resurrection. But in spite of all, the dear old place lives oil- Thxcuifjh chaiKus and clianjjcs; through good report and evil report; through souse, and brag, and Maine, and blunders; in spite of friend and foes, it lives. Tins :■ ■ r in tin frfesli ;is L ' axiulihc; the I rets ;i- green as lilt Promised Jjurl : |l«f gnff — null, the gmt will K " ]W :| fl - ' r awhile when |M.-ap1v law lime to tie each blade up to a . jfticlt , mi that it will have snniL-thiuj; t ' i It ' ll n j ninsl. Hut tCHl, asul air. JLiid gm« nuilce nU| rtlhex places lovely, almost a lovdy JW Sewaiiee, so that these thinK Can nut lie- the tea ™ «! " lier hinted Nor can it be tlie clunbinj; pig , mir lb fcm-[s whose feather KXOW fflttrj Ibtir boiRs, new lhu sheL-t-irMl beef, nor the blasplremoos gate 1 - latches nor the strangely wandering main mrwt that encircles TreinLctl Hail and ends. idtiMd the houses- on the circle. None of these things, we an? v t. «n account for the success «f Sen-aiu . Is it the work of officers;. Ihe patience of the petals; the favors of the Trustees, or the students? Officers arc elected or appointed ; young, vigmu, ehlhusiif,tic. hopeful; some of (lieni handsome, with plenty of hair on their heads, ptt-niy of euhrf m tliei cheeks, plenty of love in their Ittarls, and they go to wort earnestly and devoler11v- And then, lite the old nursery rhyme " The iiLoiiH begins (ojniiaw line rope: tin: roov- hegins |ci hang ll " ? hutchex; diu bn teller begins lo till the ox; tbc on Ik ji in ilrink tin.- water; (Ik- w.iler begins ihh]ih, ' il ]l ibm fite; ilit fre W .in-- t-i.i burn the sticlc : the stick begins to beat lite dog; the dng begins to bile the pin : a]| A the puj, tiitieh to the old woman ' s joy, jjels ovtr the stile and goes htmic Uul not so the pigiv«f- dIicerH at ' - " S L -wanev, ' flit ]x t thing j{et over the stile, often against their «n judgment, I hen they arc harried jintl humeri 1s y thnC old woman who might stand (or many people, or bodies of pcoptir, pro- fesxing U watch with fatherly and motherly interest over Sewane . Tlii«e piga-of- jk are prodded with sharp slicks lo go forward, and pulled will: euttiuK rope to come Imc-k ; and alter- nately huttcrcd arid hilliugsgated until they get Ualdheadcd and gray-haired . get weak, and weary, t =1 13 lantern -j wed: ,ind resign or, ire re i k iie-d . and go away to die, r Lri- wuik spirit ler Jy in ullter fields, with nolhinj; left to them but an undying love for Sewanee. Is not this atcange and mysterious ? la it tit? patience of the people? People at a distanee lu-ar of eIiih air nf Paradise, ihunv tri s of the Promised I and. this grass of the dim future, ami they pat-It up their liniL hnld kihIs, their chiLdren and cooking Mont, and conic u Sewanee. They ate Jfuinj; Ccn lie cm iln rx mini fall-lei ' s la nicv liuy — dear Srw-aiice 1w J ' S I I hey are EoiilJJ to provide ElysiaB Gekl w wiinirci visit™™:; drey mv going to keep school for stray girls, or open a Sh1aiip L in have a mnrtel garden, or keep a dairy (arm on the grass of the future. They eonie full of 1iii|w inn! etitliysaivirn like Ihe «fftcers. Then ngain the old nuTsery rhyme begins and these pi.KS- i " -prup1e. ]in|i or Trawl o¥tt the stile according to their age or temperament ; arc harried and hu.ni.ed into a wnn 1 ! where, with wwJ ryes and eager bauds they work patiently at whatever Ibey find to do, snd living luxuriously on ' " mustard greens, " ' say gently; ,L H m»u1d wot lw helped; Sewanee Is developing, and things must change. ' 1 Then Iheir eyes 1i ' k IlE L1 p with that evL-rla-illhj; love of fsew.-ilHH!, and EliL-y arid, " Wt wuLild rather tlie. here llum live; anywhere ch ! ' Is hi it Litis slKLUge and iLivsleiiniLS? 1 Is it the favors, □( the Trustee r " These l-ivor «f the Trustee have tjilteii every shape exrept dynamite, .mil yi-t. ■ ■ i ■ l!n- Ilii-mtv -i-it ' " wlin is Irneil Is rhasifenvd, " ' lhe TriLKttsuS have blown Kuwacnn. ' li | i innrully. spiritually, financially ami organisationally; hut kckhI l hail ur iniIiiFiM-n-iEt tben is nn sameness nor Jach of love in these favors. P.i.ptr and ink wnmhl l.iil m i; we attempted t» tell of the " governor , te he™, xpiriLu:il pastor and masters " that in past times have been sent here by Trustees. Nice, kindly old Kv»th- men whose education ; had sloped fifty years before, but whtkA- " Kener-nl Icnawl cljfe jmd iniinite goodness, would easily enable tlKin to compass and fiU fl " y hair r And ai-h inan wan Id L mii? and conquer and remain, or fail and go. but feewanw hved on, Is not this strange and mysterious? Is it the x|Vldk:»ts? Wt bdVC ser ' ita phiwIkjj- in n 9«H nibrL-rii cuitiit " t " ftewaiits.-, and stHiCipln at one of the chief residences iisk if they " liad a bed lo hire? " " The fwlh wiii ; ypif he was IcadtbjL; id a j L-raiah at the Easter Monday hup. Wl- have httui students, come to Sewanec with as many tnmk as giil; would have, jmd with tnusdrs M sufi as- iuu h. TIk- fuHowiuf; year they would lit caicliinK be-liind the kit, oc stripped fur ilu- .sl-kuLs. We have seen " street-rals " ' develop into rli4.i1.yut ' -. and m:v ivlirt nrrt " [»:ij{»:kI fur lumtah nature ' s daily food, " gTOW LtllO olnjuffjatillg muc?rx in iht Gniimn.iT Jkhool I kiKirLiiutiL We have s un lIil- IjKLshful wLcihillf laurels. Oil the ros- trum. -Till I I 111- " tuugh " sinLjinj; in 111 ' .- choir. Ilnl ivIiuIIllt a-, lawyers, i ddieiS editors, diplomats, writers, |i]iy iL-L-iiiH, [L-:icht ' Ts. pn,-.u- Ik-is, p-isttM , or blasters; wliielh i ' iis £nw]k] -» oil itit plni-iis. Of i minting the wily in lnnnciU lhat Kiwcceded. i " touching (he diKca.- ] iti-rcni of the Hnijierui ] r -ilfrLit ■ i-T CJvrraniLy; wlirthei ns. Mayors, or Governors Of HJsJhops, -or Proctor , or ChapJnirra, or Vi« ClianfretinrK, lit ' fnm! , or (pr-e haius, or Johnstons hearing away the laurels from Van- drrhili; whether ituivuhI with highvxt ]innor r or difim sed in silent cDtitcin.pl , Scwatiee outs her m-yaH-rious touch mi trju-h ihiv cnC thvm : and, whenever her name in mentioned there comes into tltrir eye (lie light of I lis evCflMting love Sir Sewanecl It nm ! be nit of the e tiling that make Scwancc " s- lift-. Tltt wort of tlte officers, past and proem : lhe pitkttCC of the jjcopk — all who have ever been here: Elte fevers of the Trustees front the earliest time until now L and Hie students from the first man registered — Charles Fairbanks— to the youngest boy in the Grammar School Department of today. For though many officers- have C09K anrL j rinie, many h;ive TL-nbametl n% tonj; as ihey desired. And [Iiiiil Il many |,i.o|de ii :ive mint ' mid failed, 121. my h-ive xiiiT-eeded . And It in IIll- i -:i L tliL j Trustee.- have given Sewanee; enough whiCi " elephaHta Lo storfc rv wial ini ' iciKericx, lIli ' v hAve given htr injniy jjikkL jjih- as well. They have given her buildings rind officer , nnd student wnrlh having and kerpiipg. They haw j;iveii her Icrsumh in giTwr, in Iffie; in palkitcc, in fuH irniic in faith, lei arcWbectUR, la btmlllly. Th y haw giv-cii her incd lA, nml enps. and enCCnMgtnettt, ar l tit aef; and. mm- that they havu l- mhimI to look on Scwanec as a cofiperalLve remgc for all the -nthl pcw]ik in tliL- tin kuw Stat js thini;. are assuming a more pennanenl aspcel. l!ut whatever may l e the- cause, the fact reunun . tlmt mtbovtol e c?eiil nif ettdowtuetlt Se a- uce liven, and docs a grea,t work, And all who ha x knowit Iter wtll, whetbtf the-y h Vt sLirn-w lei:! • r failed, «cm to loot hack tit her most lovingly — her defect forgotten, ha ndvnnmjsc j{SrirLiivd, And in the memories of Iter own children Scwanee gron-s ever murf tad nicKre heaylifnl. fnr to them she is- iu truth the Mecca, the Paradise, the Promised Land, smd Ihcy declare with nme nccopj that the mystery of Sewanec is the eternal mystery of Lwt. » ]3 9 My Love F ' rarlh i-i Itir Hirn-r.1 ..U- mr lit Elic- fifiiKiJiu-iil w.iili- Tiiii-T Kill .ill 1h.:iiiEi i;i-..wley I ' .ricf will thi- l.nrv-c f ( hliisi. Thi.» v. 1 1 l »l urr »-ji ■. " !■ ly jh- viiin, r kH.-.-,;, r- 1 I iv Ll-iL- iiiinllhl tllL- n blbil , Bqt ilw l mr H? my Irfft will jubaui Fur BlW llVCSjlfcHW IB ItIV IIMUj, MJdfKUum .iiii-i-( ntbtr lovf. hmuly bfUfi h lii-L-iisiL-, Tlr hnmi if llMiUH, thMi((h Ifae- bjovb Up BGrtr (■ ftrtitf? 1Hl 6zir. rr love ii ■ partial hIMik, iiK.iyed ok hj- wiml B r hy i | i b She ii iilir.iy hti ' 1 c cr n- mine. 3?fW lh , H JBrt B J TTt lhi.n K h( in iilv I1...11 I " Uncle Bob " « 1 " OV ' K, joy, peace, long-suffering, gentleness, gOOdJKtt. fjiih, itiee-fcuess, tetnperauce, " " Uncle J-W Bob, " " Ag Jn»t HJ kirb thure is no law. 1 " tbese being the " fruit uf Liu; n|nrii, " aud predomiiintinif ekrae tux tif ltn-|]| iitu £i, in tint " Lift at Sewance, " of which " MJtt Autfdfca " so feelingly and charmingly lu-Lts ilk e? rim (t !t ' )t of " yl. To lie accural , " M3sHt Angelica, " in licr very unique introduction of the -Rummer gn »t to the virtues of our beautiful iinmnEaiiL top, did not exactly, in so many words, direct hif speeinj: attention lo lbs adminbb} ckrfttCtesltttcs of " ITuek- Bob. " nor dtd Iter limits knowledge of the stranger invite or justify tin borate mention of this personality so dear to ihe Scwauee boy; this personality so soothing and ijidispeiisjdik- lotlie LT-rpk-scd housekeeper in her adjustment of ttic historical ' " due biU " [ this " linrlv Hub, " so inimilahk- in his pleasant way. But she did tell, and plainly, Ilow v -ty true heart here is in reality " a pari ? ik Uhfaf s il , " and of course we under tiKHl .n mikm? th:ic sh .- was thinking, as we were, of what a big " part " of this Utrfrertity onr " Litcle Hob " must have ben in times past, i now, and ever will be, n« Suil ; :r- iiuu liL-iiith iin.l ihL-morfcs do not go out of fashion. There are. doubtless, ei few ulifc-iit frkrtids: and readers of the Annual, who. not having been among us to know aud appreciate him, iMff be fl d of the inclination that this individuals so preeminently a favoiilc, has lieen btfrtirafd. jnwl Ls thereby in actual possession of the regulntiem Christian, middle aitd surname: a»Kl, tbOn l3i:ll lie is formally known in our University calendar as " Robert M. DuBosc, Treasurer. " Of this " Treasurer 1 " we delight to chronicle, that unselfish devotion and loyalty in the discharge of duly tu our beloved institution has entitled him to an abiding place in lb eonfidenov- md iifiectinu of all who ha-™ Scwam.-e ' s ljesl interests at beart. There arc intervals, tu lie aure, in the Treasurer ' s foretaste ot Elysium,, wlmi In- ia not altogether as blissfully happy as " (Tuck Bob, " Of course, papas and mammas will go picnicking, now and (ben., am) ovttkioL; tin.- absent student ' s monthly remitmnct or a wreck delays the coveted check, in eoftsequeBce of which the green apple trade suffers depression, and (be student ' s digestion mj ' rrs repjLirj,. The? : calamities not ud frequently come with the days when the thermometer 1ott its temper, and people abuse the President l when Silveritcs arc out of tune, arid the mountain ant of Manner breezes i those very days, too, when tbe todA-fottal overflows, with eooILiie (lrauehls. .mil (he dancing-whoal itajr ore temptingly thrown opeta to the aftta-trf au y. Then, and oidy tlteiiu the ciinjKrkiLticuiK and jmipiM-ly Lupti x-d kol ii M. UuBos . Treasurer,! dubbed by impatient youth n " pni . injnm] (UidKLT. " Xo StmuKt buy tt ' iMild dare call " (Jiiete Bob ' " that ! It is mi these occbsilhi nf i Wv distress thai - Unci iJult ' " Iul Ll-ijh- to tht RKIK of the disconsolate Treasurer by n - !ty«f ii turn] — [K ' lbaps iht! very anwn " |HArtt.T ' ' of tiifi laht laLuiitlb ' salary —Ihfit the aibrc Mn niiancirULy iif-plt-tenl i: . y ■.■■■nunmiiit hut niL-l.-iiit-ln.iiy in z dunce wi|li his b«A (tit Arid SO it fe, Wt llftVC liEi.mgbt you lb " ! truth from (Vidian , firth rha| U-T, Iwfiily s oftiid ntid twenty -third ittsw, down through. Unkcr«ly Ki-Tclalwn . And mi it is, wt alTuciirtdidtdy iuscr-Lbe " Uncle Bob " ' on the cHin ' nHMUEmiiiv? |kik nif SewBrttt ' l Annual : " Against Mtcli limit: U no law ' W Some Who Have Left Us 1 JhVJ Mill, hlh— ..; — ij.. T.JM Qfii RWl CttfljOrW p uihl iT iuja Lhr i IP viv look int» cmr livnriw svl- stuilL ht thrct the above, quotation contain tltcoidy n-asoiL tltat wi- van ftddu.ee ar tin: wiiliclrju-inj; fruiiu u of the men whotw nanus aud memories we wish 1(Kvinj;ly dutl fevefvillly [hj li inn iill- iili irjiti,.- in tllis little sketch. " Lest oik good cuHloin should corrupt the world. ' " For ihi reason, aitd this reason caly, the " ' old order " changed. We lje Lti with out rtM Chilblain, " Mr. r Jailor. " I ' rCculitli-ILLly the Chaplain. — alw;iy reiiwnn tjen.nl as the Chaplain, — picnic . i.-. i-. :i- i]w CbnpLaLn. before any robes, either academic, as Vice Chancellor ; or qMscopa], as Hishop. had removed hiru front us for ever » small a space-, As Chaplain, Ilc ru 6Hr wn — qjm oF ua; ' " one of tint boy " 1 in the best m-usc of the tcriu. He worked so earnestly for every thing — foot ball, base- ball, athletic sports, any tiling that made tike bay happier ;iii L Ijtik-r. Ik- kihi;, and prayed, aitd scolded, and visited, and wa.i visited, enthusiastically ; aitd preached hard! Hia eye would flash, LLhd hi- ■.hlOtj HpLLver, and lie would thump 0 ' r K-i-Uni until the miiiiD buy OH [hi- front louche H " ' ai Id sit breathless, vritli nqjen inuurhs unci staring cyn; fl-tld tlK iUiti-Ly :i:ijfu|ei]p,. ami ihf lewdly juikiofc wcndi! cIl ' it Llu ii thnDatx lit jjruvtf (heir K-]1 ]m-- !. -iiin, :ind tin I his -ouic? ri ' iixon tliL- piufcs- ' ttirs v,(m]d blow tlieir hrittt ' ji ! t ; ii ' lii- niny-vd up to Ihe Vice Chancellor " ihrnne ; to th world it se ni d up, hut already ns Chap] eh in he had ' » a throne in. every Sewsitee hnifirt; iIil-h he ntoved away altogether (o be Mishap, We All fcooir that Sewniee tftqcUi far [hi; Acs ekiiiL-itl in Mil- rNiijJ Iteration throughout this laud. m i Willi .1 few nm:v years worth of aJtmDl wo could, and would have made " Mr. Gaitor " 1 a ' " bloomhi ' dictator " on a anLLd jpild platform — no ilw any where 1 TIuls, the " ' good eiisloni " would hive enmipled this THirv Kq Lhliv chf Aiii -tk:l into a (town-trodden oligarcby h wilh " Mr. Gnilor " ami Si-w:mrt raving a j mmI ihne imiiiph ' iijc U peril iL Then [ r. slump. whu„ mniiiLjf here in ] S6S-, struggled for and with Scwanec thronK 11 :ill t - Ikph year «f his hk h ' t ' t us. H«? who felt no burden too heavy h nor any Is ! loo hard if it were i. it St-w.-nie . Nothing wjw beneath his dignity, nor beyond liis reach, nor IOe IKiiiificI tch Ik home, if it would help ScwaiKV. No HK living |wfMtii can know all the- atom of disomi- tent nn3 fitrtTiu llmi U il themselves into peace over his itevoled ln-ad ; no rme will «nc kituw of all he did " without money and arltlwut price " ' for this. most dearly lov d mini «f his life. Hu was always on the side of " the sfllieled or distasted Sjl attnd, Iri.iK. nr friHatei ' — his friends never : i-.i n-,L lnr-i any- tiling but laiilifnl; his opponent never ftiwd him anything but gaocreas -nail Btfoanlnunui. And lov- Liij; every stick and stone: every tree and [Kith; every memory and hope of Ihe place, he wenl nwuy. Hi- Holies Scwanee. mud Svw.inin? 1cn-f him, hut Ihe " old ohler ' " had changed. Of the otlitrs who have gnrni; frum u; , — aWty out of our roach, how hard it i» to sjsiaL adequately ! W went to Ht titan j we seen U bear ihem ; « ? j«w!io to walk with ihent through the glancing lijftils and hadowa. Tin.- old soldier, General Kirby-Sniiili. aJert and straight, with ihe heart of a boy, and eyeawtnac light not time nor iroubk could qaettdu His. all-embracing hospitality ; hi rinjlflj brush ami hearty greeting : his big dfigfl kaptog about him; his horse, with il) Lhj " k. »wiaf{ug Knllap we d .- ;iiL (o licflr hi in aiwl bw bLtfi ttfill He loved Sewfliiee, Urn. " ' T]il- twsr place t " Iht in. the best pJace to die in, " he -iid- And wlu-n hi summons came be Wtflt H sirqily. . hllCII-P 3 aind as Iruslhille as a child at hi father ' bidding! . And another shadow fell on the " old under " that »■» i-hnn in . Another went frmn us, not o full of Jttdft, but rather in list prime oF hi days, No " IK- e r tm-ed Si-w:inov uuicv; no one ewr worked for her more -canie tlj ' : no heart «vct hrnkf move visibly nor more surely under the burden of her tfuiitiL.fi , and the blows of her enemies. Young, strong, with a great enthusiasm, and love, and ambition, ho cam? iiiiLutij; Li--. Ml- spent, mini was spent: but when he saw thai the " i1d . :■ r ■: L 1 1 was elian ing, lie tools, bis faithful hand fnmi nil " l]jl- lit-liii lit; hiiil lu-ld hi lonft. Then ' lie went :ik |imi v,.iy. Mill loving, still working for jwuttisee, until one gray, windless day tin.- tiel! tolled softly, -mil Scowm kstcv that the soul of Dean Hodgson, once her Vice Chan- Ctltor, had gone where changes never come. One oilier we com- l.»lir».ll XIIIV-UITII ■HL-iikOTate, the late ven- erable Chancellor. Alex- ander Gregg, lM hnp of Testily. I k- was vrdl- nigh the last link lwttftH.ii tlte Sewsoee of the 6nuid -T . and tin.- SemtlKt «f luday ; between Ute Sewance «f great endowment sni ' .l E«at pliiiLs, and the Scwauec of the txttvtst fight for existence ihat ati institution has ever made, He life iv:i ■ ■ - ' lie Kmik larK r nf low In all al out him ; one long fuevrd of cuiiM.-it.-nlii.iLLH -Inly and, patient endurance, until at last he seemed let have readied — " Thit l-lrvnl oMd, In iiJihh the ta:tbrn vl [hr tnj-lrrT. In stitch, ihr hnvy jnd ifcw wcuiy nrinlil e-f j:I Ibi. nnbrirllieihtk wiirl-l 1 liffhlcncsS : — LhaL wrcor fenil blcrvrrd nuful In -n nk-h the- ■ cfrrliofui BT-nLly Irj ' l cut-un . " 4 i-ns 11- ■■■■- r 35 Truly, be wa% semic and Messed in his faith and t-rUHtnil taw. Sewanee had no statinclier supporter iImh ISLxluip Gregg; no man who piay d for her menu; euatitly, nor worked for her mom iirjictK-nlly. Aui3 if ever tlic power of rtfililKOttsnpjui w;i sc-t Ibrth in Ihe life of a man. ■ii w;ls m,i ftnth in the Life -of the first Bishop thi " Tex.-i . AmJ ttait Scwaiiee is doing a great wort ; is n-nmins her wny »urel if slowly, to the U-x( success, must he- dnc to Ihe good bisii — tli? ujwifrht. brave and true men, wlw have given to her (he best that was in ihuin. Srrtt JBmnwff Etlfott, JT, tVI»m I am l l r like ittc bcyawk the lmy. Then. " liil (lie urn nil old ww-1 . of lifipt In- AO.ii! , Tiwre lit nvt rink, it cUwnibj; of ill Aav Wbta E m d A Til Imi k . linr hiirjjrj f llw: nioaninR ki. kcilltiijj hjIP »niqiLiiiK H. ' vcT vrrrbcnil, HIih]L l ' 3i:iii1 iilj- irr|miim ?(;ninlly When [ m «I™L [J6 , _r _■ ' W A y ■ - Sty ; % have fey dubbccf flat mum ffe .Became Ik irp ywj po laivr Hi-i b Im. " IfTtvjiu ire w «, I iiin I h-1. High hi their plasty wi to abeST, Kuinhlr Iwr- I.mh-MIIs tlihyj ll til iliUUt-l Mil daVCT, £- 1 Mir =i-1 in rule. Ir If. gturJtii]f hi lielf. fli N H1 Utr ii]ilJmli IlLr ihrn-ti wAlhlrF ]il_rL1_V, £iwf% !j:inil in (]ir iwmiT kun-nkrjr iii thr ruo, Look, Iww !hr lir iLi»lmit lnLKubnnihtr hrtxlly 7 OVCT Til i " alk v (he tlpUtl diarluw [i»u,. lJO .1l In Ihr lwtlfn (Ill w:i(r;-n In- il.LrLnniiij; All ()|i ICUfll iJlf ha?T nT Lin- slid :iflrrniHin . WlDiU •■■ i-li • -,i. ;i " iil Uw iimhiLhuls :irr ln-jrlr n i:i|f TV? llur pThHII w h ' r of lli-r kpimJm i|ijnr ' » tuuv. w When tii rc ii no UoN m : — rf il Ml ii H Ugfat OT pure kdU lilr nnUi attar jiltH il frtitfcfc, CM ' JJlVIiLIi, ,inii. llr.-i.. m " l cliTjrwlilc I l.i-liin . i..i liuill ■- ■ ir ' -i 1 1-.- i.l-.. And j11 lilown I hat city from the hill, r,t»3il lit unto an eiueraUl in. tiled ; tta( fl« jpr r, wl||rl». Along ill cau r itLII. Awl ilir K n-it rt i . i J- A javjntii nnil ;i unLonyx wIktv |k w Silence and jjrjUku Li k III — ! " «( " fhnl ■• !. W ' t lll ' .IL Wlu» loYT LllM STJNJF rMklt Onail ' h IWT WltCIl tilEH: Li 1LO ALUCC KB. I The Lamb and the Ladies WHY a theological student sliould be bashful I do not know. Perhaps- it is because lie was mice a postulant and is ashamed. There wis nice a tlieologieal student named Jyiiwb, u-lm was a ejood athlete, ninterstood boys, and was for a tiiui; head Ptf etor of the ritivernEL} ' , jeh! ;l tlujfci in tin sinle uf J-C l ri .1 .■ I t Jill 1. H-.il lu.- I ' - ' iiruil Wvnnniii. K ' in3;i] El.il I wax ivit in ibi- h.nblt of fearing i ' rmlH ' O ill :niy ktueU;,. tut: the t.juili w;ls :lii i-i:i r;.;i !: rurjii iviiu ll :n ■•■! Procters n.TH! not and LnuLiricui whiMpcred IIi.lL he bad -f ' .vi been a bearable postulant. Tkwfm be w s looted on with 5WJ and revenMiee. ytore+nirr, In. distributed demerit CO KFndftl juMJ) ' (Hid wilb a liberal hund, and jn lm severity and aiitlhjriLy arc singly o rare in thix wnrld that their cornhbmtiiin is uncanny. Kendal hardly dared hi f™ iic nix lit ;t,L y more, and ceased to regard rules, as- made to be broken. Harris no longer tormented lfbt-L. Tlie iluku vfSA still. Elicit ftheplLeid ' s dare-devil ingenuity seemed, blighted. Ninv, Sewanee is MntujihiiiK rrf " a summer resort, and toward the end of the tenu a good niiiny lmardt.T: — IttOxtly flirts — CulBC tO l]h MOUntaln. OUC day, tWO Of tllCSC WC7C COIflilljI !■■ Kendal, jlulI Tmn Shepherd very gallantly gave up his room iu the main house and moved Gver with Matthew into tine of tlie cottages. The ladies arrived as expected, and took the rrKHii ; in :li ' evening Tom .seemed to the ' .valtiinj; in) air aud chuckled continually. but when (UK 1 looted al biiu lit. ' ;.; r.. " .v prirler naturally solemn. Tiiat nifthl Kendal Hall was planning a raid on a cherry orchard, when a scout from n:iir fi-LMid iiiid illy. Alabama Hall, came down to tell us that Proc Laruh was making a sudden inspect whi Hhf the mountain, and bad caught a do en men out of bounds already. We went tu ln.it At onee- — It was pa.il twelve — the scout clipped over the back fence, Bod there wm silence until one- o ' clock. rtveryoTte mJ ips with uti " door unlocked at Sewanee. It is cooler so, and there are lmrElfttw. Froc. T -inib ¥3.- nuking his iiLspeeiioti alone, and about one o ' clock Itc readied Keiwlnl and went into i-cry xtodeut ' s room. He had inspeoted often and knew where to go. He had a dark lurtera, because the oilier kind would have been seen and taken a h warninfl. Hc finished the e tlatfe, except Tom ' s room, which lie supposed eiupty h and then went intni ihc main house. The sleepers awoke at once, and Tom and fntlhwri slipped from room to room and warned the men dial there was something coming. It came, The e was a shout and clash from the main house, some one - 1 1 r i ■. - U: l- ■ I " murdcrl thieves fir ;! " ' :nu] everyone rushed in. The Lamb, it iiUimi. knew when ' Tom ' s " 3d room was, nnd in due L-ourse weal there and found tbe iooih dark- Ik ' called Tun: by gnt as he eaiue In, (ml no one answered. He called again and again. No jjiswlt. Su, thinking the boys were playing some trick, he walked lo the further fide of (he room, opened the slide if hi lantern, and saw! — The feadies were quieted after a white, but their hurglar had bulled, He hud not come nut of the house. for we must haw seen him, yet he could pn t be found anywhere- All the lu(k ' iitH Ilili! been driven out after the first alarm, but two or throe were finally catkd in for LXMisiLltntiiHi and (o help catch the burglar, the first ever known at Sewanee. Tom explained tluit h nas itol a real burglar; only Proe. Lamb on a midnight inspection, hut still he cnidd not be found. Finally, Ttnn. liu u hL for a minute, and then opened the door of a closet which is just by the- side trf the door of the room, and there, in the darkest corner, trembling ill over asLiS blushing like the st ' ttitijf suu, stood Proc. Lamb. He had run through the wrong etc km- utid iiLtnt the dark. Tiie story win kepi as quiet as possible — that is to say, it took three days to spread — and midnight inspections ceased during ' Proc. Lamb ' s reign. Several Halls secretly passed vote? uf llianksi to Kendal, and Ktadal itself, in secret conclave. congratulated Tom ami nrtett the- freedom of tlie Hall to the sub- Proctor who had warned him of the coming iiiKptr- ttoa: which freedom was a real thing, for Proc. Lamb never visited thru cud of town again, and Kendal was safe from disturbance, until a new Proctor arose in the land. ' 4 rnTum MOOTING QALUHr ; . p-m Tbc Romance of tk Kyd PHIL SAUNDERS came lo tluc mountain En August, likjo, audeulered tut Grammar Sekiol. He was not a prepossessing looking little ehap. and wouldn ' t gel out of tin- Grammar School for a year, 90 our " rushers " did not paj much attention to Ini-ii. He played end oh Hie Grammar Schuul C LkiH team that fall, am! I ui u1d »w (hew, h - lh« Krilly way Its tackled, ehnt there m xiiod " »f ■ " Mm, Once Jones, tin- biiitdrcd and ninety poafld guafd, wmi: charging around Phil ' end with Hue lull, tliil tackled liim I ' Av ;i streak, mid brought IsilB down. [I looked Like Ihlvid ami Iritliatli. Join ' s fell mil Hip, and VtM ' n hn, !h w.is IciiLn-lcud oil of I ■ i-i 1 . and his ankle waa iwkU ' d k tlL.it liu on1d IieiteILv Ktnqd, Uin tn 1 would keep on playing, and lla-y 1 1 . 1 ■: L to tome hiici tO ftCf, Oil, lue wis full uf grit ' That winter While, who lived in the Name V=wii, «aw n good deal of liim, and nished hint Utile. Satn= Kuu Alpha OanxruaH from Vnndtlfriit imbed liim. too. They must have written Uf the Betas at Sewauee about him, fur when we came back in March (hey seemed to be pretty lliiek with 1iim. White kept his eye on him Tor us, however, and kid him up in his nmni several limes, so that we might meet kin. We decided that u- uc nlcd him, niwl juft about that time tlic Chi Omegas. Hcnd to come lo tin? same conclusion, so there were Ihrcc fraternities after him. the Betas, the Chis and ourselves, lite Tau Tlmta Phi . Wc MK ihnS it was not going to be any linrh, so we put 0111 best Grammar School rii.ihers to work mi hint, Whits, Grave and Foster. Tlmse fellows vmi1 l rather rush a kid than vat. It was my funny. You know, you cab ' t rtLih a O-iinmnr School boy sis yon would a Junior, because liie Pau Hellenic Law will not perniil r fakTiihy to pledge them, or even ■ ' MpLke ,L the in, before they get their Junior. So you can ' t msli him tuU-and-out. hut just pretend tluit you take an interest m him, that yon are fund «f him pc-rwounlly, mid tlint you want to keep him cut of niischtef, He knows what is going on, lum-cver,. just n well as you do. Fraternities i -ouldamieliuicsbc brought into Ihe eon vernation, oceidciv tally, and ihcn we would always take care to refer, incidentally, to our high athletic and literary standing, and Phil wou n ask questions Id an unsuspecting way that made us laugh. I did uol rush him much, myself, hut While and Foster were always going around to see hint. They ' d take him down to Phil Hawkins and |ji hop Wndliams. and fill Hint up with 14a milk-shake and cider v nii«w pe t a dangerous extent, and Ibey ' il gu with him to the baseball games, whenever llic Betas or The Chi did n ' t get him first. The Cbis were musical, and had mofl of (he " i n iit the glee club. Fbil had a guitar, and tliey used to ro over Cohi nraii. ;md play a« " .-. n K n-iih him. We swore at thtifi, m OUKfre , when we saw bow much he seemed to enjoy th-nt. Toward CoimneiaccmcnE the fun jtrew fa.it and furious. We vifi afraid of the Chi Omega , and they were afraid of us, but I ibiuk tliuy tboujbt U«y h ' 1 »■«»■ Tllt B 1 " Aiph Gammas mrt practically QWt of the race. still tliey kept mi. Mrs. Spotswood b au enthusiastic Tan, find i Mtss Mabel Sheridan, and they rushed the gyd fur us " Hgflsl. " He fell quite in low with Kiss Mabel, who wore While ' s badge, ud she eDC?vuntje d bin: m iiiul-Ii that it made While jealou and he titled to withdraw his «te for I ' hil. but we would n l let hiiu. The Chis had a Wfl of Jtiris, and they used to rush him for ihrm. COTnmenw«n nt mi wy close, and wc were getting nerttnts. because- tine Kyd seenied to be very intimate with one eh 1 two Chis. He seemed 10 lite All of us. though, and While and be were like brother . AH the Uck not a word had been aid (« bbn ataicd juiniiiK us. for we couldn ' t " spifcc " him until the Juniors liad been announced on tlte night of the. Grammar School Commencement. At last Ific eventful night cArie, and fifteen Grammar School boys ai im Hie front bench trying 1 JocA patieul through Hie dry exercise . At (be back of the hall there was a Crowd of men. Yvhu crept up the aisle very slowly, tail very surely, livery fraternity bad ils football men there, ready for ibu rand rush. Tlicre mm ahoul iwi-n|y in the itaiy;. Tltey incited nearer and nearer to the bo t ou the front bench, who were trying bud tun. to luolt. The names were read oul; ihe Kyd w t ihe Lmt. The mailer ' s sonorous vuaee s«u! slowly : " The exercises of the evening ■ " There, was a wild rush and scramble. The dm grabbed him, and hustled Tiiim out n ide window ; we ran around out the front door, und (be EWUi-s with us. He was nearly untied i4i pieces, and was scared nearly to death. Then :i ring i :i f mue[l atuund him, and we told bim tr» late hi choice — Tan. Beta or Chi. There was o hreAihleH pa.use, then he whisrwred: " I — I — lliiale. I ' ll join the Tana I " The ring melted awfty. We gave tlte old Tau yell, and thi ' next luuniiof the liyd. " tltc baby " now, wore a Tan lutdjie on hUcott. T+J If ' So, Why Not? II " I irtViir 9 ]ovr yew, ii ' l your hrnwit tyt fill, Tiiciiijjji thu thlii Cut hjviia|£ uf yon Art ihjL uwe a.1 alt — i ' OIB[i1ilJlrti[ of Jjfrt ' " rt«l UqAljib); ,VK til )f Ita-aH r Hx 4 jpjr., . i: I :! ii:;. hr.iH L| t li) brttJtW, Wtii-ir wbjMt? ii l ]i_v Ink aIhUIC piy |raqt flffcctlMU? I Ifcr r Hvrnl till nvw! (AM jirl nty Holier pmLilcctrkwt Eir- nl i,hi- »cir-Mmi tow I — ■Sii ' U. Ilirsc Kcntlc f al -ri call on - An- i|h- uMtinrtny of Lhc plot ' .:: I -.1 »li- -.- " ii- ■ ■-: ' -. t;. T,, ..I.- y|; , — U ' ll-lf h, " f rttr ■44 The Unseen Nun THI: reporter on a great daily arc a small army. They arc thrown out as skirmishers — f t rthrka w Ui muss. The niher papers are watehed. aatd man as- pitied against man. tVheu iriLi-tlLicij; U -£ occurs, riuiiLJic men arc drawn oft their details and sire thrown out in |Kiira en- in Htpiad ,. aw the occasion demands. The general of these movements, if he outwits In-- 4ip]ioci«. ' iiits. aiul manage to secure better news, is the most valuable city ed itor. Occasions- arise wltvii a delicate piece of atew In to I c handled — so delicate that (hose empLoycd in working It up never wy a word ahottt it, and Hirat of them arc kept ignorant as to who arc their en iv-nrkvn isi tl»e malter. Such delicate maneuvers, if successfully ' carried out, generally result in seoojis, and snin liniL. " ,. when they fail, only the waste basket is the- wiser for the news, A reporter does not always have to be told that there is something going ou L When there h- a, hig item in the air, hi new-.s instinct unerringly warns hi in. Accordingly, ax- this instiiKl is developed, the good and bad re|!-orters Are mted. On that autumn, afternoon, when I walked into the office. 1 saw that the city editor was unipiu iHuiilally with a profdk-m.Hlr.i--h u-.l-, i illiny inin nuriuiidikin hi . L-verj mouree There Vt several reported in the office, in a disintegrate d slalt ' Sunn, ' wltv cIk-Lim-mie jiway al early " ' ■Copy ' ' mi ty] ewtilirrs, while . ' titers- wefe idly scanuinji sunie- l(KfcH, ' J wipers. There w;ls |denly of tEgarelle HJiLOtfl in the air, And lliu ' lin-y nfik-E was already ivi-ll Eitle-njd. " What ' s up " said J, drifting alrmgsidt; the |ki1i v etlitru, Clement, who liad a shnervd, L ' U ' nn shiwed fate anil snappy eyes, acid wIlhj lvas 111 if nikly iL-p, irL-r u it htc?l[hlh). Clement, ' h. fnce vrin svriuleled with havtHiiew. ,L WeLl, " lie- answered, chiiclc line;, wifli a significant niotniiL in llie direcLiniL u( t It.- rily editor, " [ v.iihrt ' .il a little clu slnnl bun hin: " Clement never i-hiLulcled over anything Its lliau 3 murder or an onllne-alc nI " llie- Mafia, El is ihru-fcle was a soft and niLdndioiis une- ■ tti.il ilo yon mean? " said I ; " has the Reprice scandal COitl rtUl, kt have yun Lei iheni l:iLh Ihv i-.i y 1-I1 Ties il Liu- MrNaniani murder? " fli ' iiLeiit hunted ai. I3IL ' - .sna]iiLHcnixly, ;tiid liix snnile left hw far ' as tht miii sweeps (lif a griiin fiehl in MUD-HUT. " Ah ' h, ' " h said, iii- drew thf eXcLlflUtfadl nmiT uf his hjuliLIl ;ls iiiw tTL-Lirlieji :l |..i ..-:•■ ■■: L-hirwiiLg uni " Vlien; did yon get thai infonnstmn? Whtrt did vliil 1ll.it ol " Lin McNamarn bussinrss?- " It wn=s my time to chncklc. " Thai ' all right, " 1 said. " I aornetime gu in tlie |icdice sweat-rxra ; hut ii™ yoair property and [ won ' t interfenr in it- But 1 11 rat, whai is np iu w? " ' Again the smile wrinkled ud tucked tbesndnt in around Clfrutcbl ' i eyes. " I ' m on to a good story, by seckleni. The grand jury has been in session .all day, and I was watching witnesses go in: got tired, and was about to give up, irtKH ilm. Wis| r+ of Charily — nuns — went in. " Clement paused to lw impressive, ' [hull yint tunw, " and he spoke e;u-)i wunl slowly and distinctly, as you drop laudanum. " th4t -fcw Uiy -a|p l .| ? ri[la,y p .c1iL ' .MtiihtT Snjierini- of-tlic-ConYcntof-thc-Sacred Tioss— died r " " Yes, I know that; the funeral wax yesterday; and whai uf h? " " She died very suddenly, and the grand, jury is in -e tigaliu:K it, It takes your brraih away t ell? It came over me all of a sudden up [lien. 1 in die triminal court, and I rushed down here to get the thing worked up i it nnghl to he MOftl ■ paire, " " Dowelh " called out Ihe city editor. White the city editor calls there i a cessation of self on the jkiu of n tcpart«r- It is no longer " wgifo trgv jwjw. " it is " I am, because the city edilwr has need uf in ;. " He gave me brief instructions; " Vn« heard Clement ' s sicny. Von. knmiras much jiIjout it as I do, which is nothing. Go to the convent and gain access — that ' s a11. I ot me know what you, see and hear. " To write up wlial was termed " cannot stun " " was considered to lie nimost as hard as writing a wooden obituary of a dear friend. I had heard (111- hnyp, wak uf ihe Crniwenl rrf " ihi? Sacred Cross in many and various ways. The gossip in Ihe local room of a newspaper is ErnenUly the very froth of the champagne. While the public is gravely Trading -i trial, a-edding, sideide. k ivr murder, slu- nepirtrr .ire ilixiiv injj ihe very essence uf Hie news; while tlie public is. being regaled on the hnsls. the reporter me C adtllDf (worthe innermost. Tlie very best news ean not be tiufblded through tin- tolnmns « f tlie ne-vv .jia[NEr — it would spoil iu the telling, When a Tvptim-r interviews an acHn " , a senator, ™-ji bishop, tlie t:e .n:i : it in retailed in the office, and the gist of the interview lu ' vcr g K ' s further limn ihe; local toom. About ihe Conveni ai the Sjrn,d Cms I liad heard stories froin the Lips of half drunk porters and f™m tin: iiriLicn inmates uf C- " ifv Caulaul on Royal Street — storks which are belter retailed iii the flaws which invented, tbeu — Ijui which prepared nie for auueh. The convent wjis a Miii ' inn tootbj hriek lnLiiNliiig on one of those peculiar streets of New Orleans, which wns ax viiii? an a eunmicMi, aiul through wliose center feebly pulsated an open ditch h:t i-Liiril, u-h ru hail snails and cic((n liahies slrujfgW for the supremacy with organ grinders and iirliiigu carts. It was ImiiIi cmi tliat htriTt to that tlie nuns and inmates coiild sec daily «-l::il a ciirty jhhiLf tin; wuilil W A. The sun, u-1h h ii »hhu;s on soine buitdings, makes them cheerful and even festive looking, but tltir Mm which w;is .-ht ' ddtn ; ;i ycllmv Lustre over this one only served to emphasise ies hitllLiiiiustH. It did but UmiIc lilu.- a biiildiiij; wheru l od u , as known. A tlieater in the day-time i a vacant lookijig ftnKftJTC; lnit a eonxt-ul, lwhind its high built walls, with its shutters el oscd , i the soleniiijest LookitLg iliiu in a city — next to the piettire of the mayor in tlteeity hall, I went through an «ijjl sate, and a ru.it y be]] rang of its own aectwd, The bell attached bo the gate woke :i lush.- linn, wlwj ap|H:arLHl from under the archway tff the tkiur 1iku a little Ggure on a weather hafflMiOf. She wi» Lu Hack, except her can. whieli was lite no inverted paper shovel. S:k- u.i- aid :uid wrinkled lilc-e a withered apple. I ler unc re p nihility iit tifie was. ikol to drop a H;ad in her paiiyem. and. h had not gri Tii her fore intellvrtnaliiy. She disappeared with any card and lift like sitting oit ait iincuinfartahlf cbtir in the ante- rooiu, which was maitier an luge M a cell in. a precinct station. rnir o pn-uy tt a wine-box in a vaudevllLc theatre, A space of time elapsed WBtn I heard, with softness. " Mir. Jloweil ! " Mj iininc seemed tn liavu frown very worthy indeed. «i excellency was it pmuuuiicerl. Ko visible woman uttered the wurds. I uas siill al-rnic uitli iny nmclaansk. ami itu lUrnrr opened. With tlie faintest wira liuEi of l ripple of laughter caruc the word , ' " E am herr, " still jeenily and sweetly spoken. Etchiiid the lattice which formed an end nf (he tftterCOlD, ami liebind tlie opaque glass whk ' h fiLIed Hue hitfr iuees, I saw a white figure ]iLst k» dliuIl «f n figure ah one might see reflected in water at twilight. [ could not think what tu hay to such a person ns hail npnluii m me. I jaw 110 one, and [ fell as one wlto talk int " ji phuiiOKraplu When one meet a KtruoKer. the si|{ht of his face and a glance at his eye is a Krear reLkf when beginning a coi»vcrs;t[imi. The ineffable weariness aihl commonplace in. tlie ftw nf every inait Ls never more 9| pnE¥iit: iliau at ihe firm meeting, and it nuke the talking easier; but hc«v I was talking to a blank wall, behind which ray iinagmalion could dimly picture: tire very purest nf Ik mi s. " I am a reporter, " I lid, ■.-md I have eouie to see the Sister Superior about a yotttlg girl. " Never did the falseness of my woid« mj Imm my throat before. " VeH? " was the inuiiica] aiwwer froni Irehind the opaque % v- , [t iv:l-, .121 " 1 b;LVL--n:y. iLmihtH " -uri of ,1 " io. " One karn lIll- LX| rL-w4veness of " jib " when «ne hear one " d af a Kkphcnit: enaiversation, Her " yes " trJd ine tliat slw tnew a gnsat many thing . What him said 1 can no! Rttteubtr, tietpl as one recalls a pleasant dftttt). Her wnrda wvre f™ r;ii)t, ;(iid her JnuK El U ' - 1S I ' lfhi; lit-f inHucuee- waa soothing. Wiihin the niiL tim ' .v tii " ilm Convent, Iter laugh bore the frexhnejui iff a fuitnlain i - kheW . ' ,:■■■■: mi " K Jitmttl it- ' , kltov, ,T.d thml fU b w W« taJk. I!. -..-;:-; - ' ::: - 1- i ' lLdnrinj; a lining dealll, she wivs ihiI aftliid to sliow tliat slie was. till alive . She »js yuuiLe, she w;is bcMitifUL, slie was intellecUial — llif c Lhiiiic I knew a one kii ™ that tniih Lt litabiy, ud heanly, (ruth. She iiitcri.-sle L me in myself, and made me think tint whni I Hid vrjis iiii[KH!aiit, whit-h Ls tru; triLtiiil lesl of a woman ' s ability, ThefL- was a splotch naf wliite «n nae uf tlie diamond paiaes n f nypLimi.- glass., wtucre 1k- was rejHiiiif- her irllsow against tlu. L wall — a very u.B-nLnilike altitude. I learned tltat Khc had tnfcen tlie nocilialc-hood on jnk|Kidse. am! had tlieii decided to lake ihe white veil; that there tf n:an.y QUtDf in the convent, and Ihrtt they each bad ji wcn-ivinj; (Liy: (hat this M her day; lh.it she EliuugllL it wsi s° " ' S • pass without a caller, ax nuist days Jill, until I came : lhat slu. 1 had ilv ' KT sue:! ;■ T j] Orter beforc. She would se if tli SisEfi Sujitrior desired an audience will nu L . She ' left im with " Perhaps I shall « you a -iiu. " and her laugh as. -she turned away was the eleetirieily of sweetness. I wa« the same as when I enteral that narrow antechamber, hut 1 felt a ihm weariness, a TKW fteliiiK «i unTf-t. When HJnc has been to the theatre, has seen beautiful wrjnien. lias heard enchanting laugh . 3iu3 1s:l fbrgntliMi hjcil ' S self ilL the smile across the fnoltijilits. then when fine see the lica-rc uighl outside. — (lie nanus old .itars. the same vagueness everywhere — nu feels an unrest, a sadness, which. i -Ltli a Giil- uLiljtlifty. evades the analyst: ami w did I (eel when the OrdUa ' Ntin L with fonEsteps as 1ij;hi as the sprav of the rain, turned away fmiu the hi iti.ee ami passed down (be dusky hall. It was ih-j tutitrti to self, the wearying and unchanging I, n-licdi fretted my srjuE r The enrtaiu had fallen cut t(ue saddest of tragi-cowed ie . ami Llie Utile anie- TiHini w:is filled with ihe yelLuwcsl id hiuiN.1 jjlows, ailfl lay head was .is hLmk an niy lurte-boot. S-iMin the I in If nun in blaek, with lie-r short hat and apple- tact, again dropped OK 51 COWteJy, and I fn|lmv i1 her through a aide dxrfjf. Two stairways and as ninny hall were pttJcd, and I was. ushered inUi the presence of the Sinter Superior, wlio was in the room all draped id bkek where ihe Shither Superior had died. She mi a Iwuiclv-, quiet did lady, in cream wtrilt. I talked with lu-r until she luuked at her small watch twice. I was waiting, vaguely- «n tlie l«ie dMSCe of picking up a due. Gilcc I heard the idladow of a laugh which, for a moment, filled anc with (.■ x.-claliou. It came from an adjoining iwhd, where there were voices, murmuring as on the inside of a shell. I nose to go wIkii I found that what 1 was after was persistently avoided. I had learned much about the late Mother Snperinr, hm her death ami Ihe manner of it was deep in the deepest of all places — the head of a nun. The gn-yiK-ss of tn-Hi h; was jjatnerinK in the coo wnt. Tlue larf words of the Sister Superior were spoken in a Hardy annlihk whispvf, and Ihe great convent was as quiet as the deepening shadows, Prom the nest ro m tltvre nisi.- a sudden etan j r of voitL-s, a L itifust-d and iten ous noise, a jangled and hasly shower of wnmls, nliieli .startk-d its as the sharp clang of lire bells on a still night. I ' Tlhh I he COflfiuioil, diere ai ose a lau li piuncmg and peiietradng. which rang and re-ni«ff tlinHlgBi till ' linen, 1 lulls, i-rh " ::! ;md v i 1 ■ r ; l L i 3 L r . flu,- k mm| Sister SujKjriur Mailed from her seat with her face " lunched to Ihe light blue ci-iLnr nil- ' wt.t nxlu-s. IniraediateLy jfierwards ihe little nun in hlaelt appeared in a d™irwny :iml r,iY.rl-.--.n : . ' .•• mil vi ' Uhmtt sjiyiiL i ivmL. U- miLlid i].|ilifnv ••.v- » i ' w. ' i i and her f ye mth1 chin fixedi v Emm muh-r lh.f jdiovi.4 hat as thoLigli the) ' were china ones three sixes h» Inirge, The dcsLrt ' viiui u j-et mv out of the huLLding quickly. I followe ) her dctwn tin- stL ' ps and through ihe hallways, and was ushered into tbfc ffgtte us coolness of the Southern twilight. I filled my lung " with |mitl-. fresh ;ur. ilckL wrapt myself in the deepening glooms of lite coming uieht with a sense of refn? 1imenl jmd reliuf. There was plenty to see and bear even in that decried purticm nf the city, but I could not liiL in tan nf the i I ■ rs i: ii ■:; of that d ui«ni;u " il laugh I " round :-.-.■ ' .( inrci thu uld ;ind j ■ • ! l- -. L tune that came from a distant street organ: and in the InhhJ h F red which slid lLhijtier«l in the west. I saw a deeper color, as of blood. fn else dusk, fit one of the canters, I saw a figure leaning njjaiiiit a fence. By the w»J In which he put his cigarette into his mouth, J knew it was Cteroent. tli polks: reporter, even before lse greeted liic with his dry chuckle. " ■ Well, " ' said he, " you ' ve been in there a long time. " ' Clement was not an cheerful as he had been eariier in tin afternoon, and hi chuckle was not ao melodious From which 1 argued his part of the affair had nut turned out very well. 1 quickened my pace- to keep up with lite Dtrvottl stride uf ClemeiLt. Clement was not a n-itiil IwitiK : he was always on a strain. " What did y on get? " he asked. " About a stickful . " " I answered. ClHaeat had a RtL-at contempt for a stickful, just at a SonttMnier lias tor a penny — as too small even i« iiuiiition. ' " ISd you hear anything? " lie sidd. :i r iL-r a jianse. " Yes, " f answered;. " I In- ■•nil smin-tbinK- " Clement nodded ud looked! fixedly down tltc street; H ' I ' retty bad, wasn ' t it? " he nmr- mured i. find T did ikh answer, because I feared lie would imt understand inc. " Well " snid be, finally, " I know how it will turn out— the grand jury will not indict, Tbej ' are afraid of the Church. Everybody is afraid of good thing , I wuiukr if jx nta hue what Ihcy are afraid off " CLi-intnt liv iin tu tell what Ik- would do were he a grand jmor— it wa im»c nf his laad points, " I » JrtH lmlieve there b any mystery in this business? " I wedged in, M Iklkvc it — I know it. But, " with regret, " ' it will never sec the lig t: it i a trmiTnt affair, and they will rtteftf) to it in their own way. " I hnd a v;lj;hl l jdiiuicitKii — vague as the whiteness of the milky-way ilini ] hurl ret-uK ' " " ' a certain (fm n: in that laugh, which made it so terrible l me. and [ tliiiujjlii CLunuMii knew. " Were yuii in the convent? " I ventured, fliuifiic Muihd w-Lth satisfaction, as I could barely sec hy the (kvlog nnf hih cigarette tip. which lifted tin.- JetfpL-uiitg gloom about bis face. •■ Ih w did you gpt in there? " I asked. Again CrCTKOt chuckled, and he put up ao in xniL ' LrablL- foot, iayibfl: " You might Hone day lie 043 a rival paper. " Al ihc oSice that night we were told that our material ninth] n »t l e us d, a.1 reliable infor- mation had Iktii received that tbc grand jury would not indict. ■49 tn llic shifting potmen itf thu next Ivl ' u wvt ' kh C In. hj wa tn tiitm i Ji -us . tin; iiiVc.itigatiuil t.if til? [ invent lMf Xy with CUiiilunt liC anyone rl L I whx noeupwd witli iiumy tUftg , but my afternoon down there was ever KCUrrilt£ to my UlilMl, That IttUult peffOMftty Kefmed to fiCQW richer daily. lift WimK Kr ' t-u hWi-utuf. iltld IlL-r laugh tiiott liquid, and ttty itttghurtlon reared the vision and fabric of a punr and lovely WOlUail : 1 1 in- try tn -nv .id ii iis [ itilj ln, thai giwrtly buigh, that vacant merriment, which run£ through tlie dusky ttfcWtlt, TK TCd i(seM lata inv piclufes of tint bun, jvih iil -M-1 ike. I hmite.il up cktails whieli ythjuM i..n:y :ni- Ci -| 14 - enliven! again, inul I blade, a BlilkUtC calculation as lt (lit time nif her m-xl receiving day. My city editor was pulled by the amount of church and convent new th.it I hiiuij;ht in, and l-ie ed nie to difect lay ical into otlicr channels. One?, not runny week dtenwdl, Clement ami I were eating a late supper at Tony ' s and be was voluble. SMrv lifter strwy folLuwinL, ;l-. .vluam wraths off a toiling kettle. In his crisp, sketchy way. Ik- wik delving di?vp into jKist iny.steries and ejCjierieuce- " Ckj™, " ' said I, ' ' did anything pvt etHiie of that eoBvent rtoey? " " There is a concluding cltrtpler. " lie answered, " bui, " ] :iusiin; to stir his coffee, " hut it Isn ' t in my power, In. fact — ' WclU yoti ' d better luvu swiDimsf (bis fisth. It ' s far mom tiualtliy for jrOU " And Clement ' s volubility ceased — surair pcJd water had Ihxil poured into hia kettle. Several months later. T spent three day at tin? Statu InSiiuu A.syluiu, about which than is another smry, I was traveling a a deputy sheriff under an asswned name„ There were oertnin abuses which the pa]xr wished to know about, and I was. rummaging about in that warren of misfit humanity. With the snperi nK ' uck ' iit . who mtu very suspicions of irt, I was pawing (brunch the wonteu ' s ward— be ! ( any Coil tail, like: Xfepbistophcles after l ust — nnd I drifted anLmix llu? rirfraetorj ' cells. Th ' suiK ' Hiuuiirl-ent nq K,LLbty pointing out their iicctBsily jnad tdtmilftJtiXtS, frlKU 1 liL-ard as softly a ,n incm- diitf driCLi: " Mr. Dowelir Mv very soul vibrated, a.i 1 turned and saw two strange cyts peeping at " " . L ihnniEb a ensviee. Then folhni ' t ! a h™- L 2urab laugli, tlicvery ghost of a sweet oae I luu| beairL, The supcnutpnck ' iit tbiulicd my ami and draggped ine fr«u tlte ward in a perfect frvniey of ii]Lpa(it;in.M;, and the laugh rose bigktftnd haTshef, until sii devils nuiht bs x 1h ni htijjlLiiiK with Iut — a wn; torrent of shrill. ditJioUal merrinieiil, which Sllcd aud Tattkd IhrcHigli throe hare balls. Nni nniil ;biLi- di-r- bad eloswl behind nx « tbat horrible laugh did I find npiMirtuniiy t ,-mk. - Vtnj is it? " to which the still CKciled sn]ieHniteiideiit auswered. brrikenly. tliat xh wiw a. spe .ial i :iy isitieiii. E -en at Ehnt dintnriC7 we eaugbt the echoes of a rising buret of tbut baffler laughter. - ' Ah, that woman, that woman V cxi-brinK-il the s,uptfiiLtciid ;3tt, htwppiii lii- e.irs vrhh his wlLite arid tajjirriiig fingers. ,n Wc slmll have irouhUt today. When that woman laugh , the other patients, grow restless and tin- kul ones J r4 ' :ik rat — ILstoisI " ' «dd he; and over the huHMing there seeiued to svneepa.tt unerring mm. nLuars opened ami sh.ui, theft was a v.hhlJ of sluLfllitiu; fiiote.fc.-ps, and moans, crks and. Ifitt lkH. in a tuLiu»r key, jktocs ffftHi tin? huLNIinj;, a tliou li a jjreai and vast 1 : i .1 1 1 ■: l- mi-. ' In ihhI iikH " . My ]ll " l:! Whs JL-1aiilK. :md I (Llft-il not 1«l my in hid firilcnv i|s wwni ecncLusjOitn. A ItfTfUt tb dow Unfeed in mtoM I i»w, l-VrT .several iLlvh till! world rtMined kvl- Lulled ;md very yellow-, ;lin! my kuaU Aftd miitd WL ' Tf li:n:i:Ml with Ll:u nhaduw ] Ii:li1 KOL What il :i1l inemil I CMIMtf prtfvbd to say; swnne nij;ht ( .shall mate Clvnuuiil dnmlc am] jjel him In lull nix- tile whole Story. A - I In- llUjjt Ort»H KktltH flit fttuL ilasli. Anil bursting eti1j.Ii Wilt plunge of tlimiiLt? on tbc KLIfDl hfint, And tbe t-Lt-rnal m I tot fa «■ judicial y Snd CHiLlfM attar roLlski£ a ' tr nniL u ' cr: A Ml Ihr uul lil4r »Ll r.diijj k:iti;i fall. WbeChCT P ,L1 J I L H(i.irin. w, :ith- i 4vc nmi ki Ii iA ' :ill IWC-llj So mcnV Hit - ri r c- i ' Il il.iv Afir aw-ny, 5w«ptf1l dunjd- nJ ™Trl. TijJii.iij( vriUl flint W r11, An ' L learnt i|]mi (In- Oi-irL- i:-l ■:(•.-. lLIl IViF mi- APT |Ulrt1-H f G L 3« wave-! :nv«( Lhr " -.i 151 Mela-Physics This- fair croHurr iMjptlws logic. Wean Imt dsdlim juujjOKir. Bill in iLcilMi-iKl Milium hL-TlCMi they will el«y h Y a. GIuemi; l ar ber form i ikuimvii k ill ' I ul ultc ij- rol wiiliniHitil. Heali in£ Ow ptfttuMfll, Hhi- i-, alvaji ilidrixBtiil- A|j(TK pl. ' ie , ni ami wtfi ' hi OHH-icttiit ml , her wttdM Ami mliibii. fsll«y. In tin regkHI ftf the niystfc Hiiipnmk. infuliriic, WIhtc Hw htfljfM lu ot .ii- 1 -.Iiimt O ' er a. sw!ini]ij, luiWldy rivwi ' .: I M vimlur .iilinlLlTAli ' ill N ' „; :•■• ■■ lihirmi-.i ' .. ' . [IfariLMMCiiijj itttnUl v ' uiaa Willi cHiB lk hulrvtuom ; Dwell a TiHiirlcr +1rfcrat nl, Wbtmt (In- t3iini|(litfuL llnnk (tit tuow. ii rh y wu.uU term, ber HeUi-Fhjrffct, Mai heT sTTsiiuuatu i " Ihc . " t=i r Llif Ull4f«tfl " J the i»-tiib Coflhtititl IHT lifr-lnibn l.lUhlKH, Ami Hie bere-m-w. ' ti l f r mIick-iicm More inlniiiiies hur ilrnmer . While 111 whick-nuw «f Mr wJiai.nBM. Clearly cimtrwilk ' i 1i r iKrtHMH, t : i.r ll ' i Ml|lll.-Yl]liL L " .1T1 ! " llwn.iL, i rt idmrfty he iinoUwm) Ami cxUtc-iicf- man l t . Winn herbcinrx « • pamicp Piw wanner,, rtlt ilMfajuiics. jMi.1, ' lis mrtiwitil bj thtiogcK T », t ■■» lundcd Lflwn ih ;ik ' --. TIi.lI Homelinit wtLULii ih ulic h-k4 ( { the nan ' nr?»« l1 e dwnniew. Tl ' W 1 idcnfkjil b«a.1.iaiii i;- |iriiiiigcEHK) ff lilioo. 33iaJ| twuH i. cotktt c Chimin tiling i» ■jniifctMscare, U ' hLrk i [trivative «f dtmbs, ■5 Nocturne IT was at the UaaA HV use. Chattanooga, on the way k«rlt from Virginia. The liniu was late. and mom of the team were dreaming of Sewrmee: and bash,— all but three individuals. who had n, rwni luHutlwi- on tlie top floor, to be i«earer heaveu. they said. The TOona i ™ scsiutLly furnished, like mil Cbttt JK»£;i lioteK l m that ntatiur l not to the three, mpGc tbey seamed disposed to use only the chair , neither (lie bed nur itw i a.shsuinL A small (able in tit enlrt; wuuld have been meLcM, Itut for its strv ' uee as a C«i»d for • fow lscttlcs of 5chliu , s design. Of the si x. bottfct i " ri bJt, three urn lying " ■ their »ti ■■ " « " deprive ! of nil tbdr spirits. Through the cloud of moke it WW rnpossibJe to disdjiijjutah the three faces, but (Ik- ImsLy voices might have coinc from It . C . and R , Saw for ihu ikuJT! puff! puff 5 of the Jtmokers, (.her was i minute of wlenowv " Slffi fellcre, did you ever hear of that great cateh I made in ■90, before I caure to Stwonee? " A close observer might iutvt seen a spasm cross ihe faces of the listenera. " No? Well, (lien, I ' ll tell yon about i(- The Swaybacks were playing Ux Hardtobeats thai ywr fa the championship of Oklahoma, I was p!aj J ing left field for the former. The- score was even, tad it KM the end of the ninih inning, with tlie HaTnltnli ats at ihe bat. Tlit 1 1:1-1- - were full, n«d tluere ire two men out, " The excitement wan boiling hat; the crowd, consisting of Reservation Indians, staltcnt and raxor-back hop , ww wihl. Tlte halter had three Italic and two striken; everyibiin; depended upon Hit nest hall, Ifengl— and the baLL sailed itttD Ihe clouds, over in my field. 1 " - ai once that mortal man on legs couldn ' t reach it: without i moment ' s, delay, I rushed m ft bone Intm-sing near by, leaped im its lack, and away wc flew like the wind. " Meanwhile, I bod lost sight of the ball, but scanning (he ether, soon noticed a speck half a mile or so to (he left, Setting spurs— (hat ' s so. I didn ' t have -spurs ou, did I? Well, let tluit posa — I rode forward at an anj;lii tit IhLrty-nitie degrees, whkh I calculated would bring- mc right uitdcr the hall. Sure tuioLijjh, one mile away I caught up with ii; a quarter of a inik- frtttlMfr on it began to drop,, and at the next towu I caught it just as il wn atKHir Ut hit a Ud in iht! arttiri. of iti uurse. ' n Puff! puff! m J}!e frem which issura a deep bass, voice i ' " Jt wjw i " " S that I playea iiKaiiui tlhi HeavybLtlens, of WinthesWr- It was ou George ' s birthday, and (he Ka e was krelHg p. ■« played before a big Fourth of July crowd at the fair. In the ninth inning, the score stood 4.E to 41 - r the Wineltcstcrs went out one, two. three. Our first two men struct out, ami. I was the next batter. Oil, sty 1 How I quivered as I faced the pitcher. " One strike ! two strikes? ' I was desperate. The next ball came toward me like a shot ; I struck at it blindly. My bat met -inn. Hi: 11- iml ;w-ay the balL went. AftMiihl Hie bases I rushed. In despair the fielders chased the hall, for U was soon. fosE to sight. ' ihi 1 canoe; I had attuned ru-jchwl haute, when, holy smoke! the ball dropped into the catcher " . hands-, and I was out. What did you say? Come off! rpon my honor as a " Med. " H ' t true, boy , " How 1 Why, it .MHfniM thai mhill- patriotic citizens two miles away were firing; a cannot). At 5.55 r, H,. a sln t was fin.il, and a; that Identical moment the ball left uty bat. Oite mile off they nn ' t ; the momentum of the Iklm-EhII euUilterbaLiiLLVi] [ho uvi|;lil «kT 1he shefl, and the rrtlltt — the lathff went xtTnLjjht hark tntn tlie tJiimHi ' ; , month, J " 4 the former PtEnninnlwl into |ht catcher ' hamls. " Puff! puffr puff! — silence, ' " Ye , fctluWS, those wefe K re:lt I ' lvji, Iml I [lid a thing " that — alum ! — ievf n:vti ran dii. " Thotte ue« my palmiest days of pitching. Nl-xI Us a WaLerbltry waterfspririj I haul LIi-l: j il-jiIi I curve in existence. " Once — pardon the diKre tfifln — I remember playing without a catcher at all by niaklnji the balls dint niwud (he lx,-itxmcn and return. But to resume. It was in ' 01: we were playing the Ttillahonns, and on their team there was the heaviest and surest batter in America — lb Tullahoma, f mean — No, America, that ' s rl hi. " Wall, I fwotc that I would Fan him or break j oimrlhing. It was at a crisis of the game, with two nten on bases, and this heavy hitter at tlte hat. I got two strike:;, hut could I get the third? G rasping: the sphere In my long and powerful lingers, I let it go. Well, stirs, you may not believe mc. but that bill began to encircle the Idtsman with sue]) velocity that it looked as it a halo were around him. " " Three minutes later the catcher — for the batter fainted of vertigo — picked up a heap of string, and. whnt do you think? That ball had twirled W many times that ii haJ actually unwrapped itself, Say. sec here, what ' s the mutter, Ijovs? " as two litelL-ss corpses foil to the floor with a dull thud. " Can ' t you stand one Ijoltle of beer? " and in blissful ignorance — honest soul — he opened another bottle. 134 £ lid w V nli ' l 1.1 The Antipne at Sewanee " HdI drill. Uy ipn-U.H3uBlEL. wlt n fini halxDrril tfriil. Itum SnM fovlk Enuird up la Kir mp atrl fcjff „ llut-in-rvt 0.4U nt makk? -flail, nnr p- " » Hfcld ; VFha tmw hfr tbrkdily, hh-fl uv It »kiil - . TT» ■.-rlbw tfaty if 1if AUk n me. Himrr nf iirert H j le iM . 111 SO-thBVL " Tin? chaniL-ter thai Matthew Arnold hit gii ' sn nif Saphorw m the nimye line rmnr TCfJ n nr thut wliirli SeWaiite lb;i_i always dcMim-d (hi In.- Icnuwn for, Sh? h i aspired U the " even bfll- :mrc-il sm ili L, " ' slu 1 hart- uvvchuwed lilt wilik ' T 1 ' ;l.-h. vkhls, am) liiisiiitetf h.-u-s if.Ttiiiii.ly nvvcr iLi.idc Jilt ihill. But while sIlv Iuls endeavored to m. ' o ]iff Htva[li1y L jiiicL si 1 i " wLmIl-, -Jit- Ii;lk rt ' njLrinlw.Ti. ' i:! [hut inn rasm or insiitiLti(Kii l-jii stand still far icMbj without faying the penalty of stagnation or gradual deny. llcircc. m bff pursuit of culture, stie has Bever lost sight of the element of progress. " PnijdTss in Poverty " is tlit title of her unpublished answer to Hie iIu-uth-h rf Henry George and other latter day enthusiast — [hue Ut, Progress in spile of Poverty; Progress- through a Fiuiii grounded upoti Fast Experience and Present Neee iit»es. Now in no way lias Sewanee ' progreseiLve spirit lie " better rtliown than in her premutation Car several yearn of tlte niasterpicees of Creek tragedy and comedy, Hiieh (uvr M. ' ]it:ni nis rtltow ,1 prog res ivciicss cf spirit remarkable not OSly fui the South., but far America; lliey shmv, icki, ;l nli a-nte ujjoh tin.- culture of the rasl and a sens uf our pnjsen.t need to keep tbe ideal always before our eyes. In TL-ndeimj- those Greek masterpieces, ito expense, save that of uittuey. has lkx.ii spared, and as is usually the ea.su in the presence uf 7.l l and deration, tlie lack of money has scarcely Iwen full. Already tlie (ftrft ' wj fir. , thi? Fb»gt t tltc Ai atit, and lhv ArUigiut have been given, and this year the greatest of tbe ■ i:::; :in :r.i-i .v- i- Lm : i-.- r: i-. .iUrL F« ;. " , ' , (fall lia- been aceonipli bcd in ttids dL-uarLint ' iil nnf 1slt liiI " . uil 1 Stwnucc owet t of enurxe, run ! ihauLs in li r- present Vice Chancellor who, in hi capacity n I ' mtosMif of Aucicikt Language , lira dJTiccledi every pcrfrKpiwiiice wiili a eaL ,1 rieltoLifrliip. and an aptitude for praclionl -Hrlnil that could wot have been surpassed. She owes much al o tn i. ho enthusiasm witlt which her student ,, cspccLnLE} 1 tliose of tlte Creek Seliool, have supplemented tlte Lilwr erf " Vict Chancellor Wiggins; and slie owes not a little lo lui intelligent y lupitliy and appreciation of tin: LaTge swdi viil- m, eomposud for the most pari of visitors from a. distant wlio liave assisted at every jKirforitiauce. liul our immediate etmceriL Ls wfUl tbe -■JwypjjjBHr. Thi ' no- ble tragedy enf ).|.lL.K-k ' .- was prvuMiEvd at Ee- Wtfitt on the l:VL-i:iji|{s of July 3$ and r, iS«, With MWflC slighl fhanKc-s in ihc east jwid cbona it was presented October jtVaud j?.. :iL Nn Iv tilje, to the benefit -of a local charity. iCach rcpJVKIIll,- [itm ctkilecl not merely conventional applause lml gtfrtlltK viiibiiHaruiiii, People who could Jiot pronounce tW hem- imc l anui properly sal watching spellbound us ?hf ciiihs i r ' :m Lmpl-KJiliU. ' i ' atv were wmiral -iTiiilihI jilmnt her, They were aided,, of course, by the fact thai the dialogues were rendtKd in i nKli " h, Inil they would Jihit liee " mowd. liy the nction under any rircUtttaBtts. Tliey Thx ' iv Lan lLt, whm many nf them Tvhn, like t c present wriKT. Lad read ihe .1 tf jjf njjt« " several lime .. Imd never 1 7 fully appreciated, that a play is iiut known until it has been seen on the stage. Tbis truth ban been hum? tunne m us twice especially — once when bk saw ilu Sewnm »tn leals act tilt AHtix nt» jiliI 4HK-L ' ivIk.ii w. -.i ' .v Mllf. fcirjll ffeTO- bardt act Jiaeihe ' Ki Phidrt al her Ami thinner in P.iti I i n - were niiL pn L p;i.red fh r [bese Iwu rjeTfurniitncv q protest i .iiii-, " lhe i-mu-d iiinl I in •ate ■if the i li7Ji1ivlhjin stage, we were :n u-iu,( prepared to con few tbat there are two great vjirktie of tragic drama k each nf which is eminently suc- cessful in purging us. of pity and fear. We felt ourselves catholic enough to admire at ante time Sophocles, Shakspexe and Racine. This is not the place to describe so well known a play as the AtititfiHM; or to discourse on tin; 1m.-;lli Lihil aiiutic com- posed for it by Jnendetssohii. As a. play fur modem xfmi-i- tors, it strike us aa inferior to the Attmtii,. in dial it is so peculiarly Greek in certain pluses of its main underlying conception. Great as it is. it has not the rounded perfec- tion of the (fidipits Rtx, nor has It the intense human spirit- if we may so speak, that pulses- through the Philekffitf, n drama which, by the ■■ay, we should like tu- r e on the Scwa- u« boards some day. But in dialogue and in chorus alike it if a noble play, and in Line hands f «ir Sfflnmt Modems, although tlic accessories of tragic buskin and resonant ina.sk n-cn ' ;dm-ni, it | k t little of its nobility. We e,ive the east below, and if we bestow tin.- palm fur acting ti]iou Mr. Mem winger for his double rule of Antigone and Haianoo during the- second series «f performances, and mention most favorably Mr. Hnrfofd H Kreou. and Mr. Spears as TedrminM, we feel that no i ik will iK ' CLISL- its uf i-:ijii-l .!i-iT::!iiri:L J.n-; Character i ■Hi »■. KlHM tViunl iliiinion " ■■ I: I b;.: ■ . V.. w " , I- l.i!.. ll S. Harford. Ct, I . TlK . .T. W. W. Mv II ' 111! II vT. A. Boacber. T1etra4M . Mr tarmga ■ i irv-likt- . SfckmiiL Mn-te[i|t -r I r. U, SjKmH, C. H. K WwdL k. W, Hc«iir I ' . II. H hLin K , IjS Mute Cliaraclcr C . ShepJvenl. J. C SlirpIiEid, J. A. iJhifvir. . " , Jojmer, F, Ticker, T. ?, t 4 A. R, Yoilll K . Cbota 3. S. KmMu, K ' lwypkiiuH- P, H. CaltJUI. H.J. Hindi, 8. Qr K1H-LV.H1I. F. K. IhJH Ll L If. CJl Tabl( V J . k Ep przis, R. F. HcHllltlt, W. W- Joii , II. N ThiH:mi F. E. Farfar, It. II. Ilflmiluw, J. M. Hwrit, K. 3. 1 1 ■■ -—-. T, T. W bfe. 1 . lltrnlniii-i. Iik tlie Nasliviltc pcvstnUittcn. W- V. MrimiiiLbger ap|i arcd lei tltc (taufrte cSte of Antlfoa ui[l J[:iiin.:ni, ami R. W. Hague as Isiihiihj unci Emydike. ff ■$9 Sorace Attiktk Assndaliim A. V.. HLACKLOCK, Pwifrni. VI. G. JOHNSTON, VtePtvtMeHl. P. G. HRBBARD, J mAprj-. W. C. RORttRTSO?:. Twtmeer. BQP EseruiLve Committee prof, is. l. wicoiss, k. f. McMillan. PROF. W. P. TRENT, J. C MOKEilS. PROF. W. B. HALL. J. ] . WARKliX, RILHAUD H0BBS, J«- i6j University Tennis Club W. 3, KAUTS .... PK-tHtnt, M. G. JOHNSTON - Setrtfery Trwitntr. ■W ' St- Luke ' s Tennis Clut S. A. WRAOt; . W. D. MATTHBWS R. K, SMITH . firatdawi. lite PrtiidtM. ill Tuiifli ftl 18 5 J. V.tnV. MI I. US ■ Manager. k. S. RUST r JK, , - Captain. J. A, SELDBV, A. i . HIJACK IjOCK. P. L. STACKER, F. W. VAN SliSa, J. M. SfiLDEN. L. If kul.vink]-. F. II. CRAIGHILL, ' 64 TKJM K TllJlir t« ill- 1141 L Annual Field Day of the Sewance Athletic Association At Hardee Part. June 1, IftflS Ji j, kijw. M[i.i:s i- ■ ' , HUBBARD Dffkcr of Ehc Day Clerk eftAfOntrif. Sterfrr, PjuHf. I. L. WIGGINS. Pfcor. W. T. TRKJff1 I ' . G. llttBBAKD. Jiflpri and MesuBrcrt! J, CWftlK MOftfirS, J. W. C jOHNSOtf, K,K,5VlthL j. a RAISK. JH, J. KDW. MILES fpeaf Huiiiitu ICi h Jump Itat H niulml Yank Dub Ki|(h( iCDiHlrert and Miglrty Yard Rbu Kunni-nff HnKiil Jump Tw4r HuriiLiC ' l aiwl Twcnly V»rJ» Dull IhnLtHLjj LA-pauiul Shell IViur S-tuodrai moA lywtjF YanL lfluh " TliripuiD|i ni-pocml Hammer Oil nil fi.ua Saner C WOOD. A.G. 1LACKLOCK J.A. SELDKJf R W. VAN SUSS J.A.SKLDK» ■ A. IS. BLACKLOCJC I,. H. COLMOftl! r. W. VAST SBSS I L. STACKER V. W. VAN NJiSS S ft. 5 . lOjf . " i m. rajtf ». |Hft. 6in, .« ft- Ji n. Kj6ft. lift ID. r . 0, HL.ACKLOCK. btmt all rouurtl Alliletu, 16 poinla. ■66 Best Sewance Ruords Evt t Qitt Hmsdred Yard Da li . Two Hundred and Twenty Yards ItasJi . Four Huadred and Forty Yards iJii ti Et£]il Hundred and lliiili ' .y Vartls. Hun Ok Mile Kbit Ooe Hundred ;nul Twenty Yards I lunik-. Ruiiumg High Jump .... KuuiiLng Bread Jump .... Putting tft-poiind Shot ThTTwnnE ift.jMHiiicI E I :i nmaer Hok- Vault ...... IMdtr . " -.■■■ Jtemvt J. A. SELDKN »K l tf t. D. B. STANTON [S91 34 F. A. ftTTH i 94 ■ 5 ■ F- U " - VAN NESS ■ B9S ■ 2 Dl. IO|£ S. j m. si-xnEtx . iS(j 4 J«i-5 - it. Ip()m th vaiti-: . ■S9J 17 ft. A. O. BLACKKOCk . ■ s« 5 ft- 5 in - R. S. RUST. Jh„ . i 94 29 ft. j ill. L. H. COLMORE l $3 . as ft. s|£ in. P. L. STACKER 18 5 irtfi ft. 11 En G. GOLDTHWAlTE . C. HASKELL } ' 393 10 ft. Eleventh Annual Field Day Of lilt Yandertllt UoJvcrsily Athletic AwociaEimii, May 17, 1S9£ OltL IEliihItuiI Yard ]1;Lhh PtttU | l6-p4H4fd Shot Two- iiniiiilFcitt riral Twenty Yard liasdi . Throwing i fi ■ [-h-hlihI |]:uiLiin-r ■ Out Mitt Run Run mug High Jump . Four Huitdrwl and Forty Yard ])?»1( StiLncLLhj; Broad. Jump PokVtult kuimiug Itiwi ' l Jump Iliilf-milc Run i Oul- Hundred and Twtnty Yard Hh-hIIl- ThTowiug Battr Ball .... fflnr Rft fd J. A. SELDEN, Sewance . . ro) f, W. M. CfefTCHFIKLD, Vandertrift . jj ft. 9 in. C. IvUSTSS. Tiilniii- . . sj s. J. P. St LI, IV AN, TuLniu- . . 109 ft. 4H in- H L MCTCHELL S. W. P. U. - 5 " stf ■ W. N. rUYlS V HiHltitiEII . 51L 3 j iiv. T. I,. McFAI)l)J-S. S. l I 3 - U. - H! •■ W. F, CONNKLI . VftttderMlt . . ft. 10M in. A. G, BLACKT CK. ScwMrie . 9 ft, k. S RTST. Jk.. Svwajm! , • . 20 ft, ? f in. F. W. VAN NJvSS. Slivillicl- . a in. cij s. M. I J. ISA LAND, V U-TliiILt . ■ j -, T. W. DAVIS, VondtrtJIt . i- y jio. VASUFrXBII.T 3EWANEH TI ' I.AKB S. W. ] ' . L " . CL ' ltrtKRLANI) Summary VjmJeT iU iwl CfcMUtrtMlJ «h (riven 1™ pwnl» n IMf Vauli no pctat etmbLcfl ft ihk enwL ■■ It «■ ■» jflrri JvoubM. .v U« Wr t .V. lWj nM rtiifW S«K 4 . s 1 J 4 ■ a 1ft 1 i [ 3 30 3 1 1 1 •? O 1 1 £ £, its Records Intercollegiate Association of the Amateur Athletes of America Evan i fee Huiuln.il Yards Dash THW lfnluln.il aiiJ Twenty Yards I hult One Hundred and Twenty Yards Hurdk T 1,11.1 HuiLdn.il mill Twenty Yards Hurdle . Fom Hintdh.il JitJ Party Yards DanJt . One lik Walk .... Half Ufa Knit One Mi]l- Run Two-Mile ISicyclc Race .... I ' titiing i fi- l otuid Shot Tlii vvitij ji-Ponrtd HanuitL-r Hule VilliIl Running ISroad Juifiji .... Running Hijjlt Jump Vlmmtr Rttorri I., IT. GARY, Prfoceten - to A. L. II. GARY, PriiHt-Uin . lit . II. L. WILLIAMS. V:ik- 35) s. J. L. BRIftlKK. Ik . Fl:irv:uvl . »4t t. ;. 1! SILVXTUITK. Antbent . j t ■ 1 ' . C. THRAUU Vale. 7 min. 3! 9, W. C. DOHM, Friiwetoi . t in. 57 ! a. G. W. OkTllS.l ' . uJ " KiisL. 4 in. ajl a. R. H. DAVIS. Harvard . 1. I1L. 1 S. W. O. IHCKOK. Yak 4jl ' l. 1 i ' .. in W. O. HICKOK. Yale . 1X1 ft- 7 . ' - " ■ | C. F. BUCHOLTZ, U. of Perm. 1 1 W. W. IIOYT, Harvard . . J V 1 1 ft. t% in. VICTOR MAPE5« Columbia . 3 3 A . 1 1 111 C. R. PKAR1NG, Harvard . S ft. 1 9 » f£ Hh.iT Ml.l. TH I IHJ-Hllltt )Clll!tJ«Sr C. tHIEMlKHD K III I I ,11 ITIC HDM BALL IB94 W. H. HALL, Maxs r. SPRUTLLB lU ' RFORIK AttittaHi Masta tf, A. G, l!l,ACKLOCK. C ' « Ai «. H. C, FOSS ffcift ' s), | H. L. WILLIAMS (Vale), j Eleven J. W- C. JOHNSOH, Cflt r. j. C- SHEPHBBB, A ? f; w« r . P. M. D. DO L ' I ALL. Right Guard. W, S. KlKltV SMITH, .r 7iflfcfr. GRANT SHEPHERD. Tiflifc W. G. BROWN. Ltfi R HE. DREW, Righi ti 4. A G BLACKLUCK. Qtivrtf, Bark. R S RUST, J ., .ftf fhtf £ H R. McKEAKE. f „. . „„ - . J. i RAINS Ji, FWT tfar± y Rur f ffatf Jftw . M G. JOKW3TQN. | G. E. TUCKER, II M. WJUTAKIiK. Sotettutes J. R. TANKER. r. II COLMORIS, R. V. OWENS ' H mcoin n,n«H !.. I. T lII 4TAJCKM. PUUUHIU m. t. TUCKU ILIYB Dimv LKAbhrilLL HUff HOUH «»D«1B 1. A lllI ' Krr Second Eleven C. C. PINCKNEY, JMSm P, G- HEBRARD, Aiiiftext fa» xrr, M. A. REEVE. O fafr. PRENTISS TUCKER, tWr-r J. M. CRANK, Zf r;»an . A. H. WOODWARD, £ 0 71 . H, M. WHITAKER, . fi F.nJ. J. A. SELPEN, (Wfrv flarit. G. W. HODGSON A ' igAf Half Jfe . G. L. TLTCKI-X Rigki Gaaid. M A. REEVE. iBfipW J ivWr. WARD DABNEY. AfcAf AW. P. I,. STACKER. ? Jfa fttf . F, H. CRAIG 1 1 ILL. I ' ttU Bosk. Sul LLLutes R. V, I COGUE. PERCY BROWN. E. V. STEVENSON. A. H. UA-Y[». i?5 Foul Ball Records NBA A. R. A ' aikviitt F. B. S1KHTV 5I4NAGHK. Scwjinev ■ ■ Vaitdcrbiit Scwjmw :■ ■ Tennpwpc SewnEioe Pt. VatukTbilt J. H. WIl.UI-lK., Manatee. Sc-waiiM rt. VuHJerbLlt, October 1.5 Scwance rj. Tciiih x-. (Jctnbrr zi . Scwaiice rt. Virginia, October 39 Stwantx tw. Washington aiwl Let, Gotolrer 31. Lexington Scvauet Ty. Tennessee, November a . , Aw-iW r Hcwanre iv. % ' sniderbiLt, November 12 . ,-Y " rsj(ft H -y i ' Suwaiici- p . 1,. A. C, November 24 . , Lovtivilh 1892 A. SfltttHfH snvAmK9.it, jk„ captaw. o — 23 ift — O 4 26 M. SHin-HKRIi, JR., CftlfMir. « — + 22 — l as— 14 6— 6 I ' . I,- COVI„H, UixaCJil. Scwaiie-c vs. Vandcrbill, OtlvWr 38 Scwaitce vs. L. A, (J ., November 6 . Scwaitee w. Alabainn, Nwcmbcr n Sewanre f . B. A. C, November tj Scwaiiee mr. Ati-buni. November 18 Scwanec w. YarderbLlt, November 30 w it, ie x r . r . M NKik SewiiiL vs. North Carolina. October 27 Suvauee pi. Georgia, October 19 SuwaKH. ] ' j. Nadiville. No vember 10 , Sewanet vs. Alabama. Novt.-iiiber 15 , Sfrrt ' aQtc be. Tulane. November 17 SemaiLtT; fi. S. A. C, November 19 ■ Scwamee ;■;. VaiHkrbilt. November 29 . . JL BHXFBBKD, JR., CuflMXM. SneiUff — IO HlfBTli-lIh I O— " 1 2 fUrifitJi ham . . .JO — O ArfWtfjfJdJW . . . . 32—O AflaHfS IO—I4 A ' asAvilia o— 10 189+ A. fl. Br, ACKLOCK. CAMTfciy. . AiArtrifc 4 — 5 AfAc 11 12 — B , Sfwtrt JO— 4 Itirmriigfutar . . . . . 4 — 24 r Vnc OrifaitL . . .12 — 6 ev Cfietutt .... 10 — m , Mutaftfe 0—12 u HfirK WALl t (MMy Mill II ILKtakAhl ' I -.Si ft I KYI BJ, rcH.ll.L TKAM ■ El4E VIHMiWAHIi J. Y 1 1 K rjQTT K ftK| l J H. U1J.K1T mimr PLACKLCKI ■- - SpP mm © J. S. KA.INB, Jk,. Otfifoin, Bass Ball. 1895 A. H. WOODWARD, M tttgtr. Team JOHN RUEF, O lcr, V, STEVENSON, Jnbif J$K aarf Pikktr, J. M. Slv].]JlvS, Ptifktr and SA rt Stcf. J. A. SEIJJEN. Qnfrr fr rf. M. A. R BVH, First B i(. J. S. RAISE. Jh.. UJi Field. A. C. 1SLACKLOCK. SimidBmar. C. M. LANE. RigAf Fi ?d. GEORGE AVDEWJTTE, TMrd Ratr. W. If. GREEN. Jr. UK. SMITH. 1L C. SKI REUS. »w Base Ball Records vt U. A. £11KTATII , .VffJMjf , SimiKt ;j. S. A. L , Mnv 11, HufeffUl - £ taii c cf. K. A. C. June 6, ScwpihM . . SmiKt ra. N. A. C, June J, Scm-.incr Sv-wdbiL-t :i. Vi ' Luc lit- Mir, Jtane II. ElaWUM S w ' . lir E ' J. YeULktJM , | BBC li ScWIIICV Se-hjimc rj. Tcunentr, June ij. Se»»nrr ■ 1 92 » — 12 J.— i J — ■i ja — « m « 5 W. D. CLRVRLAND. Cufiai , Sic want : ' j. Atibiuu, J uly i, IKinmn|;l» « " J— ■ Sewjsirt :■ . M. A. C, July J, SnsliviLlr - - - S — " AEmmt rr. Monlcnptr, August 1 . 5cw.»i r : ft— ft Scwance i ' j. M. A. C, AiqpjsL M, Scwsncc - - ft — 5 Scmsiit ra. E ' niou Cily, AugBM jli St ' flHir . £ — 4 J. R. YUJ.IJivK., Mano tr. Semnec tt. AI b HM, April 14, SrajBee , Snrancc W, Vattdtt hilt, April afk NmlivilLe SeiraBee Vt. V wMbht, ApriL j Sj fcmlLc Senaee M. Al tu " ifi May J. HJnuinnlLam m% s 4 d — a ' - J la™ u W. G. ItROVVJf. Ctylkfe Sewinwi ' i. Alfltamiu M yj, BlTBflfelftuuii ■ j— Sewanrc a . VaBdCfWt, Mtjf ft, Stmite . . gfi — ft Semnrr a . Virginia, May I J, I.vitolthuiDf . 5— 13 SewariM W. ClraUa. AmMcum, Miv : Oii-tU- 5-— i A. B. CRRBNBL JWl W . Si-uinc ctf. Tennm . April if, 3t UM - - 5 — Scimiih vt. Cumberland,. April tH. SrrtHW ■ 10— SewaiK . dj. K. A. . C, Mfly J. Srwmwe ... 4 — $ win a ' i. VmiJcilrili, Slaj- LI, JfaOn-il ' .i- J — Sfwamee ri. Vanderlii.lt, Hay J a 9 — SjewaiH W, Vamlcrbilt, Mar r ■ ■ - - — H w b« pi. M. A. C, May 16, Srwartw - - 4 — 1894 S T ll , J Stwiwt w, Ktf ll W, 5 «»lfc« fif. Si-H.iiia- . • II. T. SQAFKR, Csfiiain. H, A. (. " ., June 7, Kwlmlle ■ X. A. C, June Sjihrille I,, . . Cm Jlsil £, IjouhirilLe - N " . A. l , June :i. Nrulirill - lii ' lijH-iLi., June- r4, St-wauee - AtihlJItil, J UII IIJ, YllKilloDU . ALaK ibi, Junt ' 30v TnjcaLcou I — » T- 4— .1 i- 7— A J- 4 ?— J A. II. WOODWARD, JV««i jiVr, Si».iiit 1 j. S " . A. C.„ April K , Sciran? - - J— 4 j wiu in. TollabDini, April a;, 31 WW - 4 — fi Schism icr. VaotLerlji It, Iay 4_ iScwani-H- S- — 11 5 rai i ' jf. V ' nndEclHLl, May o, Kn uirillr - i — ft StfFID pi. Viinderirill, Miy 11, Nwtln.Hlk; - $— ft Si-n.i ' im- :-t (li-iTiii.i M ' 1 - ' i- AUurtJ . . -■ 1 •■ L8¥ J, ft, KAIN-J-, JB., Copiain. Si- BjH I . DHtgJta, Ifej ■, ALlutu, it. 21 Jicw !! W. N. A. V h M a.y 35, He»iiin . , j— 6 Jio B«8 «. Twe J« », Juee iiH, Titwaloo , 6 " j. JVv,JIICT -■; Tll J.lrHKJ, JlLllr n. TuvA.I ' wtaa 5. -■ 12 Jicwa Ti:K-:ihH " oi, Jblir KX hid llii ii h.im J Hn 1i filial by Jrfi ' Jl I 9 n I 1B(I y t- : Oft. cere, i i M i ' v JOHNBtOtf - - fWtiJct. P. fl. irKItPAF.lt ¥itt-Prtticft t. V. L. ATACKKM Secrtiarjr and Trxasmrrr. U. G. JOHNSTON W. D. MATTIIliWS Teams Composing League St, Luke iOiBmplOBi H9i ■ an- .... flfHWf-fTi i.rf. ' ain I,, ir. 11. WIU.]AMS ISttkrr. J. W, C. JOHNSON, »fttf IW. W l - MATTHEWE, } S. A. WBAGG. Sh rt Step. K. K. SMITH, |i " W. I ' . LOVELESS Lift ff t f. H W. K(k.ijj£, FinJ liaif. i. I. Ti ' CKItW:. ™rf Aw, P. W. AMBLER. } W. C- KOHKKlfKON " , Rtg i Fiftd. j eh EKn.n 1 . ' v, jokn ist-:i; N, SvAuitMtf: . M. G. JOHNSTON, ) rj ISI The TrcsnkK Sunflowers. f. «., HE-lHK.tttlJ C, C, MNCKHJtY ■I fa wager. Cafliaftr. A. H. DAVIS, O. H. CLASS, A Piifktri. II. WOODWARD _ ( . . __ , t , O. N. TORIAKe Pint ftatt. vr. w. jonrSl Stem Hat . K. SI IKK-liJ.AA, TkirJBatt. o. hiyM kwscix, jit,, L t Pittit. A, K, vijr t-r, f K.H.W.AHS.j " ' " C. C, FCHCKHBT, ftr« lrf, W, P. DQNALSON, Swijtifmfe. RICHARD 1IOBUS, jft Jtavr. W. £. k:K]l SMI ' J LI Ca, ' S.-iN. W. S. KIRRY-SMITH, VftrApr. ff. Ik BTC8TC0TT, Third Jfou. U. E, COBFS, Offritfr. K. H. KITST, J a., Start -Sty. C OAIfLEHBR. flW Aw, G. A. IIOGSKTT. Ltjl Fiftd. V [, TKRK I.L, .Bwntf ? ¥, ft. 1 ? . MCMILLAN. Center Frefd. R, M. KIRRVSMlTlI. JUghf Fiffd. R, HOARS. JR.. W. II. HURT!-; . A A. M Jt KK h J " -, -ttftfttfiftHV-j;, P, T. CONSTANT 5. WILSON . Sunlit Side j, s, TANKER, Hitter. IV. II. GftEgN, Jn_ GrJtAfr. W. V. PHTTIT. Finl Han. H. Vi l£OK, SffOMd Base. - ■ M w4f r. Capet . D„ C. GRREN, .Stflrf Sfc . C, 3. TARTRIDGE, Lrfl Field. F. W. AMW.KEi, 0»Ar iS W, ][. Li. McK E-LAill-U rd jtf Base. ]■■. t. t sTAMr; Su rrttwt . i P. L. STACKER KDWAklJ WICKS a. wicks, jF« r. 7. L. StACKKlL CUstflT, 3. B. SMITH, t- ' irtl tiasc. ■S. It. MAXfil ' H, Srrvmf tor . BUI 9 Vj lagrr. Cafifaia, A. A. flSllKR, J rrd Sj -. j. II. CRAKK, Start Stop. k. nKN " H[»ICT. I.f f eitid. Cl VAN NJTSS, JP« fiWtf. ■tt Miy ii. St. Unite- ' n. iJevll Jlaj- [ft. SSI flfl T H . K H SiiIl- May J . rki--iH J-r. iinralh (iUt May SJ, Sunflower M. Stimh Kulr June trj. St. ljukr ' i rj:. Smith S " k Games Played U— 9 a — J ji— ii 35— ■ Juim ■■, SunSonvcn j ' J. Devili | — a June 15. St. Lute ' n. Sunftomrj ■ II— ft Hart ftiil : ' j. SoilITi Si Je ChIM off. Jbik :S, tJevils z-j. KmI SLcIe . . . 7— 19 Juii - 11. St. Luke ' s wt, KbM Side . . If— J ■$J hi 4 MV1H C WAitlS College Cbflir JAMES CkAlK MURK IS , , CAotr Matter and Orgasut. Soffiifius K. W. liAR SWELL, P. 3. BROOKS, Jx. R. M. BROOKS, E-l ' lIkAIM K1RHY-SMITH, H. E DdBOSE, R. IfcF. COLM0KE, G. P. ECLKSTON. B. P. JOHNSON. G- C ElAVAKDS, tt, C. UJftKWJTH, A. II, DAVIS, W. W. JONES, J. H, MCCLAIN., A, C. BLACK LOCK, J. W. GRESHAM. F. k. KIMBROUGH, k. p, McMillan, J. t., KIKUY-SMITII. K. E, LEE, R. T. PATTON, R. F.SELDEN, Ji. M. SELDEK, II. H. SMITH, F. L. WELLS, F- R WAIJJW SIGHT, Contraliua, J B BLAM. J, G, McVV. FORD. Tlriita H sl: J. E. MILES, J. A. SELDEX, A. W. 3KARDON. R, D. SOUTHWELL. S N. BIRD, 0= X, TOR IAN, A. H. WOODWARD, L. O. H. WILLIAMS. if I- J. C. MOKR1S First Tenure T. T. WALSH, S. C, BECKWITH, P. H m-RKJ. ' i.i.. W, W. JONES. t Director. ScL-und Triuiri R. BENEDICT, J. H. IfcCLAIN, S. A. WRAGG. P. BK KG HA US. FiHI Basws R. P. McMIU,AN, J W. GRJSSHAM. 0- S ' . TOillAX, A. (V. HLACKUK-IC. SttDDLl BlSS« P. T. CONSTANT. H. CHAM BLISS. W. B. NAUTS. S. D, WILCOX, ■ T TMf Jl MIOR. GERMAN W-k; % i Ijave tye d wynr2 of d der - %e,Cetfov} y if jjar pleasure i 1 The Senior toman Club 5. C. BECKW1TB W. C. ROBERTSON . RICHARD HOHK Jb. A. R.YOUNG . orcum President. Vie IWiu ltf- Tnmsvrtr. u .ir ' h A. i . HLACKLOCK, PERCY ' BROWN. PAUL BEROHAUS, ROBERT lU : -]-] K " T. P T. CONSTANT. HARDEE CHAMBLlSS, C. H. GLASS, W, N, QRBEN, Jk, F. G. HEUUARD, WjL HENDERSON, Jh, W. W. JONES, AH. WOODWARD H. M. KIRBY-SMITH, R. F. HcUIU.AN, W. W. MHMVINCIvK. A, A. MOORE. Jfc, C- C PINCKNEY, k. S. RI " ST, Jr, J.S. ft A IKE, Jk. J. M. SELDKN r O. N. TORIAN. EDWARD WICKS, S. A. WRAOO, ' 9 ' fZf Ttie Junior German Club J. B. ADOUE K. V.STEVENSON W. S. KIRKY-SMITH w. [■. pirrriT oman Trraxurfr, Me- rubers VV. Met BARJfWKLL, V. A. BUNTIN, U, H. COLMOK1;. CO. ELMORE, H. P. OALT, W. H. GASTON, Jh. ROBERT MAXBY, S. I). UAMHM. ] ' r, ST-WKFiK. HART CARNAHAN. m VV. V. KEHHINCER, Ww w. F. G. HEBBARD, If mitten Maiagtr C. C, PINCKNEY, Srrrrtarr and Tr estirer. Members S. ft. MACLEAN. J. C. MORRIS. W, U, ROUERTSON, G. H. GLASS. A. R. YOUNG. I[ARD]-:k UIAMItl.ISS. Plsjs Presented ,h SfiK.ivJk!ill,- ' " A Cop of Tfli. " " A Regular Fix, " " KitbIb ' " Above tlic Clouds, " " Q, E. D, " and " Everybody ' s Friend. ' h »9S Press Dirt Officer M, t:. JDMNSJON WsiAmi, G- I« TUCKER, .lAfritf r. C. C. PINCKNftY " , CorrcspoiMknl for G. L. TUCKI:R, CorTCspcwHk-iU for S, S MACUvAN. C rr jxHT-kiit for . W. W. MEMMIXGEK. CofTHpcndait W, B. BKNJ AMIS ' . ComH|iotitk iil for M. G. JOHNSTON " . Owicspuiuleni tin T. T, WALSH. Cwrespawfcnt for - R, W, IKXJL ' lv. Ciime ptnMJpnt for C. S. WOOD Corrai| widcrt for I ' . W. AMEtLHK Cnrres|Km(kivt for I ' . O. tlV.KtiAV.iy OrrcspwidaH for f. ». K WE.;i:n U m ' S|Knricn1 for ;T . .ifofriif Register niul Afei. 1 Or fans f k tyi4Hf. New; Yer Tribune i ' torlfstax iVcn-i aird CoUTtef. AVfl " Orhsm Timtt - Utmstr t. N thviffe ftattner. Church Standard and 7Ur Ciflffjirw «. , farien Staadsrd aud Birmlttg atit Age-Herald. . Atlanta Journal. . SeMlufn CAiinAtnatt. r Svaihefa t, ' riii-crxity .lfagazSu -. Thr F.hvug Churth, I p bw J, W, C. J(»]ixsi - Presided. C. S. WOOD . SttRttaty. Kxv, R, K. SMITH Trtttisrtr. W Brotherhood of SL Andrew S Tjrt« tfcapKr. P . k(HJ M, Officer CALEB B, K. WEEP . i i i Dircttvr. W. UL GREEN, J it. . ■ ■LI 1 ' irr Dirt t for. V. C. PICKENS . S rftttty. F. H. HARDING 1 1 1 Treasurer. ,K St. Lube ' s Brotticrhood Por Ihc InurViy: of Ibc MinlMry fftctrs Rm. W. i ' . DvHOSK, ST. I . F. W. AMHLKK J. W, C. JOHNSON , President. S ' .i ti. ' urj: Trraturcr, Executive ODinmLtite T. T. WALSH. Rky. W, A. GUKRRV, Phop. B. L. WIGGINS, tin. W. P. DuBOSE. J. D. WARREN, l ; . W. AMBLER. U. C. JOHNSTON. iy-- iii wi-- .-N ii.ii.: TkHMUrrr iiai.i. Tremlett Hall Vu.L— " TrrmlrH. H.ih ■ rrrTr.lrr.IH.iTr TrrmU-lt SiinftwrT. Wib«b «li! ttnz LTca.. HoBdiT ei, Trrmlrtl ! Tirmtrli ■ I Int. ■ t Fira , ■ I ' l- ' MIK , KxrmiTF Hiftir B I ' ayi iit . An . . i„m;.w,l r? Itr »r Thr l a.uhiM¥T, , fhickn mwA 4 ' irjtan " Trrf Trrml ic If ' -vh. " MR. BOOSTER, Abbamn. PAUL BBRGBADB, Dclatnrc. I ' KRCV BROWN. Tcnncare. W. A. PUSTIH. TfnutHK. A. Tf . DAVIS, KtttttKfc W, F. INQJf ALSON, Ttsui. K, L DOUGLAS, ]iiIi:iii.i List fff TKiHktl Nen HrLV.J. PKARNLKV. England. a II GLASS, Tcku, L G. IIKBBAKU. Nuw Yort. WM.imNlHSRSOS.Jj4,.. Lauiiuiia. W. W.JOSBS, I iriiinna. . R. MILKS, Maryland. J. C. MORRIS, Kentucky R. J. l ' lCKtfTT, l uttiiiia. C. C. FINCKXRV. Sooth Caroli M. A. RliEVL, Tcfinenet. J. -S. RA.HB.JlU CuMrpm. 0, 5, " TORI AS ' . Indiana. A. It. WOODWARD, Alabama. A. K. VOUWG, Svalb Cferoliu, Yemasn Hem Calcbn AwixlaHud Opjkt— " Tv p 44.He.t h4n« fa imtosnt M rWb -. " m WBKMS JOSKS, LodMnui ...... Prfridewl, hRI-JtKRrC G. HFRBARD,»«wT«t J-Vrt- ftoiiittxi . c. u)ti-;.SwtiHtH .►rvcKKriv. s.=.:nii cuvIm - . , Xrtrrfery- J. Rtrll ' ART» M[l,1-;s, M:i? ; 1:iim1 ....... Trt(nnrcr. WjIkHtj: Uiit- Pjtv.J ntN ]-i-;a]5xi,iv. I ' HHSRAftD, W, W Jmxi;s. GLASS JOSJW - [ii.i:s HI-NUEiittSQN J, HEW, MILKS, KM W. J (WHS. IremleK dec CIuU i-ivf.mrK fB Ti " — ' -Tht Owl and In PutyCM. " 0LS.TORIi,N r J. K Sill I A, H. « WARD, Naruolkn inJ Guitar Clu ' b ,1 ' ■■■ ' . ' ' .. ' . ' l ' u . HUNTIX, Afttyfe. RHRlLIIAUS DAVIS . RAIHH l-IN " CKSHY DONATION, tfW iV irlHfltli, WOODWARD. Fl»fr. H ' SL Lute ' s Hall Vi i.i. Clung ! Lli is-i|£ : ■.kiiip;! i!llilM-ic I) Jl iillil Eto ! Wiiii - W«w! Suiiiii ] J iilcr ' n! Si. Lute ' s OffaDbaitaii 4 TV It FjiivI il-crrhrlT km Ibri Inuk I Tin-: iiomilhtio society, ' r 1 1 1 ■; Ml SSI 1 N A R Y SOC1 KTV, ST HKFv ' S ]:t?uTHJLklimJl». ST. LITKH ' S ATHLLTIC ASSOCIATION, ST. LUKE ' S I! ASH I! ALL XIXK. Cliaitiiilucis rxij,.v ST. LUKES TENNIS CLUB. MHIB4IWHI ■ U Officers WILLY BEGGSi 7y amt. ft. COU. ARMORS, 7 trtn rr. UJvACON SMITH, I-wfrol Orator. BatK|itts. Every day at 7-50 A,H,, i-« p .n. ami (k. p it. M. bra LMtbtt : l l 1 ■: L SoUT MolilsStei (pmI CHIC ). EtarOffte Potgrai let ClWIL Kail Bearers JOHNSON. AMW,]-:k. heukkll, smith, matthews, biikan. joyner, Deceased UASSKTT. WARREN. BENEDICT, SOUTHWELL, MACLEAN Oft Sick LIU JOHNSTON ORRSHAlff. WOOD, M IK ELL, HCKCIUE. ™J Marble T«r Club l-AVHhkrrn SiKTii r (.vi ' kiTi I ' l :■■ . Pitt Avjp4sjus» F vaniTJL ]!i-.vr.RA.iii ' . Mr, E. FHs ilU ltt N}r, ■■Aftrr Liu- i ' -fJU. " Tlir H?xkau IVIgti r«OK and American ]t»lil Jv ' K 1 -. IVhjIIkiH. 1 ' Hw. Looking Glmei, ami TUH ' Tr SIwjim Mil BU RELL . Mr MILKS Otfirtrs Lire H«jnii ers Mr. BURREL.L, Mr SI ' K RS Mtfflberv, Trinilv Term, 18 4 Mb. MILES, Mr, WBiAGG, mm. mikj-i.i. Mr. RJBEVB, M m . STEVENS N, Mr. WOOD, M» ]irR]-ORl . Mk. E ' . Tl ' CKI-K. rai v Active WILLIAM WNVIvLL HAU, Jr., M.A., M.D. WILLIAM CLKNUENNEN ROBERTSON. ALEvXANDE-K GAI.PIK ULACKLOCK. ROISfvKT FRANKLIN McMlLLAN, MERCER GRKEN JOHNSTON. CHARLIE COTESWORTH PINCKNfiY. RICHARD SANE- OK [J RUST, Jm. ER Bl I KR ] C G H A V IN: It Ft A RD„ IIARDEvH CHAM BUSS. ALLEN HARVEY WOODWARD, GEORGE HENRY GLASS. v }. V. G ARLINGTON, LL-B. A, B. GREEKS, LL-B. J. R. NICHOLLS. F. L. COYLL. M.A. E. B. NELSON. Ill, M.D F. V. WILSON. Alumni j. M. WOOL FOLK, R. IV. R. ELLIOTT, MA. J M. MORRIS. D. H. HAMILTON, H. A. E. D. JOHNSTON. M, A. H. S. DUNBAR. C.B.. B.S. W. G. BROWN. C.E.ILS. GRANT SHIvPIIEREL x V| K " • ' tiiii ui.utMH -f, -(.TKHr- Yell— Rill 3 Rn C Mb! JUMMHSI 4ft n I V VlL PltWFIWVT . ELufJttxfD Down ftAUDCIMEf UHUVUHUlStQ VtCTtM LlTTU! ItlLLHH . Fmuauw TRUCK GARPINKR IX ' CKHR. SDtBLtt CtJfi-N CoK-Bfi. ki eiahd l ' (»hjs].i:k emh;i " i-:. Wl[ r [, COTTlttf HtKKNS L ' ElAkl r KK ST[ " ]»:iJ I AHTH [ I H ■ K ■ hbn g aaasLS BTRPBBW ROAD CakTrh, CHARLttS QSTAHOVK BLHOKti, WILL FKTCHER L0VELB8 A, HASTCISOMR. WOODWAX P. H-.in r.ir ; M mhcrv COL. HAKDBB CIEAMRLI59, WILLIAM Ik HALL, M.A.,31. D. GEOHtlR 5 CLARK. C. Bl K, M, HUSK, M.A. WILT, II AX JH ' kTI-k. Main Hcratc? WILLIAM BKVTiHACl-: tf SffCOTT. Ht The Cracker Club OU-iE l.i ■■ viu - r. ■ h-o . a-n -i- a ■ yea tmy ' A PtUEDKHT ... . J, M. SELDEN. Via PRTOW ! . . . K- HOBBS, Jk. SltChJtTAKV XI» THKA«t ' bHlt r C. S. WOOD- .Mtmlwrs. h Et A KCIS WI DOW RUSI ( I- R A M HI, UR , tf T E W ED 5 A W W ST M ACLK A N, R. S. RUST, Jm.. ■ " SALLY, " flfiw " RUSTY, " After-dinner Speaker, JACK SI ' XnivX, The " Eualit " of this Section, LITI I RR " C AN -I- DO- A N - VTH INC -FOR- YOU ? " V1 LLI AMS, J. R, RAIN:. J u. . HuMer aT the Prize of Beauty. »9 Rah I V h ttr Ok — i ' u t r. cr«f n nd ■!■•! i officers I-. T. CONSTANT W. li. BENJAMIN W. S. SLACK Fury. Membere. wilh TbeLr Occupations J, W. GEESHAM, fumtrr. V. K. SLACK, A% r $fXr g t- G. A. HOGSKTT. Aefer. C BRUHINO, -j W. J. EMJIHK. j Afazf fkakrt. M. A. YOUNC, ' J. S. TANKER, ttat jwiw. R. D. SOUTH WIvLL. A krtiljsr. s, WILSON, Mtm tr iV. (J. Afyfo. E. H F A R R A K , J R. , jfrr W crrfrf farf Shfi. V. IltiXPKRSON, Jr,, Agent fir M htt F i. F. TID-BITS CONSTANT, Ontor vut Muskr. W. Y. JONES, Vf V K .1 . C w r« rftfu. W. F PETTIT. tiX ' Itatfbalt fVzjvr. R. J, PICKETT. .Sfe rf A. VV. SKARDON, tfjApj . tfrarrw A tf jta .nr. rv. HEA V V ' -WK IO I IT H F. N] A M I N, ty Paratyzrr. IV. B. BENJAMIN, W ' fr w $|W , tio Couuu - «y Biu - j»kS wWh tf H - J " iin. ah ' Ikpmi ah (m-dl.4h L ' JImIIU ' llnixfth ' hurrmh ' a |i vialiT. ih " Offlcxrt J. W. €. JOilXSOX. AaWHO-off TKHSinUNT VK« I ' ftBSPDXJfT . .hi,ih-;hTMS AlJAlk. MtJQRK. SUCSIHTAPV H.lKkY J. M1KKL-L. TRMil-RKIt ■ At. YOL ' JJGl L ' V»K.ki:W K.I r r JOHN HHNttV urown. Tillm pitc - tHA(?] J ]-s ;£ Tf- wt»,TH WHCKKBY. Ki-.wi HihJTH - WILLIS WlLKJtfSOU HEM HI HG Kit. §un-Wk»HT . wii.U.vai McCASLAW n. |tswi-;r,i,. ST, JOHN KH ' WTHSAV, P. L WIW ' INH, 51. A., I ' krOpMlUK W. A. GIKHKV, M.. .. ]!. D. Honor? rv W. P. In BOSK, S. T. ». It. M. DL ' PtKSK. HOW A HP SANK KLSl.KY. Sports THOMAS TRACY WALSH. ■enter vm.LIASl HA kLlX Ln-lKiAK, M. A. It J. RAMACR, 111. P, GBUftGlt CftAFY WILUAM ESS All attempts at organization of the Tcimc sict L ' Uib tarts (friiMr Mveij " x after iiil-uilmx a.i Called: but iiu sooner had sonic one Eaten tfaccfaaar, and the i[Li : liun irf «maniKi i«ii been thruwii open eVit [LUciLKhU i], ilmti tliij hic.H_-ting resolved itself into a free fight- finally a CMMBlttee on mvir1x ' nJii|» w»» appointed {by its ]f}, and it reported: truit nobody e Crpl tlw members rnf tlui wniraUtce were elbjUbie for bifcinberebip. Tbe report imt beiw? awept tl, ilif uitrttiuji adjuLLtini] tu Siuii liiL-ry ' s watenKhH patch to discuss the subject farther. It i» [n-jKimsl that harmony n ' ljcnx, u,Lt l al organisation ' ai remote as ever. The above wa jqinp ' Sihrrt uf i il L-tioitfu spirit whu figured iit the lUL-etinKS. Puazle: Find " Farmer " ' ' Ettfl ck lo ck . jij Coum-UfM Htt Vnt-JlJik! tMht b kill " E«h : il Trti, Vru I ' M Lunr mat lih- " " AquluI Banjul K n J diilo Thy. April »■ . V IhK TmnnluiL FfliartMe brink OMMTt fuj,. w. u.i;sin:sM- kuIHSHTSO ' M . MAI. M, [i RE-IKS JOflWTQM . ]lki, J . OttV. WAR IN (SKMINAkYjQAlJflSV J ' j ' nr IWiittfwi. Strrriarp avtf Trtaimrtr. Werabcrc anJ Tbdr PrrfeislMi J. H. CRANK . . HAUT CASLHAHAN . W. I " , ]H1NAI,KIJN B1I.T.V 4.;AST[J.V . , ROPRRT MAXI-Y . . . I ' ruiivlieT JiinL XjimLf. . Qr-fjan i ' riniliT. lAuiciqg Uutcr. . . . Cat Torturer. . . . ]YJM I ' l tltl.T. W. I.. SillTII . . . ED. WICKS J KAN " VAEJ. ■ Lam pi is fa lii ami CoaMaUc. HTKYKMSON . . I ' hilaifcLlirepiHt. 11 " , EJ " , K NH KHtfMaN SI. Cr, jOKNKTfHt , V. ' . DABNBY - - . II. F. IIU LAVHV , , ■ . . , Itinr I ' jjIiUt. . Stomp Spr-iktT. The Original Tmd Tbumli. j ■ jr- b- i t 1 1 . » " J MMDVHai of UiMluJ- QHIKT1XD ASU VKH. ciiwu I l. " K -WJrH;iS(B University Reading Rinim S. D. WILCOX lifting L rartitH. J - New York Herald. Dailies ?Jew York ' Tribune Nail] vi Ik- American. Chal. Public Opltlirjll. Harjucr ' s Weekly- Til NjllCHI. Southern Churchman. Xasluilk TiDLus. Lifir AiiiL-ritin Kconomiri Ttic Clmrclinian. Nature. Puck. Ilbi.itfated I otidaii Htva. The I vLug Cburc-b. St. Andrew Cms . The Literal World. Harper ' s . Century, Mid-Conthtcnt . Jvlucition. Portal eaiiits narazlses Scribner ' s. Ruling. Mn-cmillanS. The nisi. NfcClurc ' s. CfHIBVpolitnn , Tin 1 Anu-ncim lmvL ' r iu-. Ptvjmlar Bdetttt Miiulbly. The S ' cmh American. Quarterly ' Journal of Economics. Dcuibon. Quarterly- Reviews The NuMtoontfc Century. Yale. Ct.nHfm]Miniri, ' r Portn in ' Uly ■ S.-.i.hh-.- Ri-vit-w. lib • a ' ; -■. lights Al-v. lHlt ' t IjMJUUII . ' Ki, J.W. 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Danfairl], atattL ' S6, I ' . II. Millrr, Grorpa. l.llimiAV.l iii i-iLLhSrWkl Hr ■Jij, K, H. F r 1lwlt, OtrTKii. 3?. It F. Windier. Jr.. Florida. " S ' Bfc, 1 1. II. IlimUkni,. S. L ' jinjliiH. V , E. ft Howell. Uaiar. " Jl " g . R. T, Gaillsnl, SovUi k mH M, " Mt W. W. JuacK Id0ni3u»i:ii II I ' i+t h I[cmIw..ii Si tuck, Kii lnnL. -«5. k. T. tJmwiripK, Mi- « i|iH, ' ??, S«. f. Kt» South C " a1im- " 78, R»l| StslftWT, — — ■:?. h. vr. m»tw, •s w. ][. ri»i.L,„i, 1i, W, A. Gritrw. S. i7i« iiiifl. •Say W, SL SUfc . (k-ruiin fledal VANllLH.-dr 1j», K D-. JOhiHteii, Alitanka, ' Wt. J- M, Jfwthrujs Keiilucfcy, Lnfflish. McJal prick ' «• ' Rliehirk- Medal HUES ■90, l.mti Tucker. AhtnttU, Vl-.l.l l! Hcdal TEJLA9 -j; r. ]■ " . i.reeik Miwiwipi , •KH. L. ][. SUUnif. fUmili. I:! ..UhllJl LVHAM ■S.J, Jf. D, Hani . MiM «ppi. ■flt C. T. VTHkM. Tcltl c - ■!1S, W. B- TlmpijHtni. T " . ■SSi J. CI. (Slaw, 3u OroUm- ' Bf R. I!. I,. CrniK- Kti ti dty- KKIOHX " jl, S. S. Jlacliftn, Owwfci . Oralwr LOUISIANA Mk Gk I.. Crocket. TtiMR. ' «. II. J. Mikfll. Scuili Cwttat, ■in. J, .1. (. ' li.ijikll, KntfACkfj V- • ' - ■- l 1 S : th i »™l» " ' KB, Kuln-rt (Vilaou, Trout. ■:m3. I ' , t. (. ' -MUdkit, . Csi-ralin . ■ijft. W. D. Clendonil. Tejmi, ' 1, A. lWiurii T, ]j«KltHI[lH. ' Vh H. tr Sample, Kentucky. " 9U. A. 5. Cltvebttd, Texas. |N Conundrums .- ' ■ Mynterknis inlbrtditbft Warning nutr My»tk MatfiT . wfakt tn hm been i lOwtU to (jive on 1hc c™dili ii Hil wt htn nothiiiK bctlir -id ' wiiiffa la pad MrftgH, My firsi is rjo artificial liftinl cowering i My . eomtid is a snare; My wliuL- Lh promising. I.k-capilaljc me and I nm nacre tliau I was befoW- My Dti is 3 kind of butter; My second is wliat humanity dircjiiU; My wlwdt is i Ikian. tkirapilate mt aiul ymi will h:ivu to send a collector after ihl-. My fii t 4lrtiQi[it;E]k front heaven; My «tMiJ is w-hal every girl Likes bo linvc; My whole is dubious. Tate away my 6tsA and I will sing; my first atid setond and I will float, My fiTst makes ruoiteyL My KCOffld Isolds money ■ My wind : luVCS money, Why is ScfvniK? lite a desert island? Ikesnite tbett is iiu hnslfflndry litre, My fi t rows in shady places; My second is cleansing or misleading ; My whole is a psycliological study. My whole goe 4d " » l nnw; decapitate rue ami I : " " ;l nieasnjre of length. My fir t is, the- French for warp My second is the Scotch for whiVky ; My whole is opposed to botli. As I stand 1 am instiling; decapitate and Teplaee with " W " and I am npolsnre, -119 Books f Ilie Year " Society « {Found It " ......... By I f . H. Colmore. " PiUpef U e«f Grtek and Hamaii Ptaiiiftt 4 " ..... By ■ W. C. Robertson. The ju.tlw.ir IiaviuK- n Iitvt iLnlilc, i . |in;|iirxil U jn. " il; xn Uiv -.il.jrri " TtaAtomnatfeCttftomtfUfllffTtoU " By W. D. M,iUlicw . " HeBunisMiKcsof My l ifr :k:l IE:lm ' linll I ' lnyer " By Prof. Nauls. " The Hearts I Have IJrofccn " By Little Bvtijainiii. " Squeezing,, in All II Rjinificatkjnssui:! RnjrineinerLU 1 . . . -By Prof- Moor . " Diamond. Platform and i ' nl]Hti nr iti Su«y of My J,Lfc " . Hy Ju;in Valjeau Stevenson. " Social EtHLiuitc " By Mr. R. V. 1 . I 1 . M. I). Itowdalir Mr. Daw J ill Led mw»l of Uiv ■■S(nry- ii-miuitK " at St wjii Um wi nber, mid i» therefore cntUlvl to I-- I.imvUi:. IlLh. alllij ft. " After DitttwrSpeecbet " ... By It S. Eon, Jr. Mi. Kurt mm t W tj reckoned ttic Cbunoucy M. ] j«i Of llic HIIH, " Taifyi How to Mate and Serve It " ...... By J. Wilmer Graham. " Public Spirit " - By Prof. Wells. -The Siory of My Life " . By Bishop Skardoii. Warrior, IVt-jrlw-r, and lender ivf llie Rob ' Tewn Ikunl. " CtnifeSfiMsusof A»i Hnnlisli Actn-M r-uh-T " .... By Sir JabiL-a D. Warren. " A FWrail Study " By A. R. Ytmiift, ' H vw I ISecabtr a Dading " By S. C- Ueekwiih. " Mi!lw:iy I ' laisiiiitv hy MuOII light " - By J, W, C- JdliiMin, Jlr. John mm ' ■ rsjufiiTRiTT t» UflJy HWrwtou aiul Ik lall of tlttin fniifcly. " Wert Point: AVitbfl " ........ Uy K. l ttt-MiLl iL ti. JH Applied Quotations Iihii im-lwr, I am. — C tff tr I riamrf ' Vv v n lcr.— M-lWtftiwV. The win ' lv link Hid .-Jih Jfiw , I «id ' miH.i cnL—MlA6fi-ii — " i— i, I wunilit f-iiri lic n -dry 1ualli. — Xf " D. Unlock ttajf cojmqui store . — F — J — ti. If.™ dull Ll b Co pauM.— tf . .V. AW. r. TtHt hIbU williMitt llh- skirt . Ttotptafires. Tli r »1 «f I ' ll iii.iit it Ln hi c tat ben. U- ' ixftf. I mil a ntM»— tlhlt K I t« puil ,— ftfijuHtiM. T» be fantMtfe BW.J 1 bMOOK ytiulli,— Tivten. Mi-lfaiiiki I tn tecumiiipr, K " 1 .— Wi-utminftr. Oh, h VMgUlht milil arnl vlftm™ ,— Of— r± r 1 h»inp«Lr uin dnrcr (him a UMd -AnpliKr. ill Urn Imlicn tak (heir fa (« off in 11 .— t? rsA nn. Ml-Ihii EimIv uutLliI liim tut Jitr own. t HtJtney. thou, Julia ?!s buie iiK-timurpiiLWt.iL iii ..- 0fimj ' . Hr w a fcki:Ltt iff Ail bitlrtiiihlecl tAamtch. — H ' titff. Willi in • UMlfc?— tffrW ffrinlttatf XhVhA JUvrf. [ hi not dinpcd br qncttn trie ,— " fto - " ' ftww. Drill wnte-nil (n Imb WWily 1 klLlrtv ,— f— r " »— . TTiewofit ftuill jfW Ian ll " ■■ bf in Iwc, — !T (. Lnrjjt mill, hi Ijcmuly mul his n ii] (Inttrc. — M rVsMJ. W rr mini tatCOWiTAVT Jit ■ " ' ]H,r|-|-,( —Ofnifaut. God Uch 111? iMii fee tint ItivfHtal rp,— At iftt ». And Tier K» (nztnhr :c i-. (In- mimlli-r tif .r.i ' ... lib face wis fair, n«l all hi rev turn regular- — BtMMeA. Anil where cqu.1i] I brlioULoii -nulli nnolherfbrni like S HTlUlniiiiL nr tlir K n-j(rM |irftlplV.— I P I ev r kul my ritto rl iu unqg ibr nmni.- Wti ri. llii limit pxerr fMrf lu irianK lunlil I ' -iir hxpJi. ' uuiti or ccaici -i Er -M lie iu Ikcctbc a IjhL] » lumb with ftreal violeuct— I wi-p: Hlitii 1 wi botn mi I every iLay ahm ivliv,— haven ' t j} l 1ml bkldrl. ' " — [ ,1 me rtV-nkifji i " Vrr J | ABiEIW tt l " ». r Talk:! I- ■ " ! ■.iiirdlCTi.qlihn!— fl . Tl»c tfltkil ■lArlMUjc t.if OUr nmELiia.— Crxix ift. Bun- (in e d Satfiiveft. 1 1 -■ 1 ■ ■ 1 -| •-] 1 ! I.cUct-- - The miLLiT ix nrv.r llinii. I IliQiiKlit- — ffai ' tfjf. So diiTjal wi!li Hjujjiie thnlevitTy |Jueb«3 is lrrokfll ttt ll join ,— jWrfrtrtri 1 . T ' i -i-ii.h. wIith IL -hi 1h wiLli niiiilu ' ol. lb» «t «, MtL " — Af— f J. Tlir mum inrr pilijl c-f an I ' mpty lieart uitti the lJhorc of itMfaira . — K ' ftf Sftwmsr dirt. I inu-it K " to Lite hjTlwT, Car ULitliiiil; t ] am mafvei- »ii 1 y liiiTjf abcMil the face. • - tnwj. AIcei, «vcn wben iUuie, Lighten Hitir LiK ie W mhi Ii ' y, ll« rank il max bt.—JdikmiiaM, A KWjHT UIl] A IffWli r JJHl1lnn.ni Lhi- s| Li i- in , u. iiz lil ' -iuinvL Jji iii rtfliirit if-, ilkl! ' -, I r eflri ' , L now lini 1o aiiitr iikywii a. ht4 i4 wliik I wui ituuiio " BiVhrii h KLiitLriUiiia. iiriitini. I ' hriT [jnlliv, i riHflt »iul hiii|r l h in Itill ' ] :i -n I ' :i-:r-.l I n j Air UHMH PHndfMl (■hc-.t-siul.n |V , r jj,. ' :-,r. ' Tiii. :i ' .i ' I.-- :m-!i--l. ' i. liluL ai:i 1 1: ri- .i||.| purr iniNHTiHT lli-ii iratrH linn iMviii i " , Bt CBtmtte, m Overheard l tt. WEI r V» M fftigHt, fa frtrrrtta r) — " Wliai at £hj KIRK 3 " 1 ! almnt? V«« iltm ' l Vnmi any blurt about Lt thin lr. MiaUliL-w:.. ' ' Mi lea — " ' How ' s your kjf getting oil, Joe? " Umsk — " It don ' t stfm to make much lieadway. Kddy. I ' ve lx.t-ti rubbing it fur Eh? last iwu or three days with thai chloroform Liniment of your up there. " Miles — " Why, you blamed luitatic; that ' s my hair restorer! " 1 ' ncii ' . TkH T t-v ffi.-ff.-r_n -■Wily is Inland eaLLn :L tin.- Mi it hi r Cwmtry f H NKW Jtf flOR — " " 1 Milium.-. ir. tw -iinsv Jt lias n qiivcn. " lit. WVLUO {ft erring f C mfottf, te e Is nirtp it-fori - caih on Aim ia fiitm.in " Pray, duni ilihturb him. ge-utlcimcii. He must liavtr been out Last tu liL. (Gutttatf r.utr-r, i ■ Kisi.ev {wtufiMg I ' rtm?i ' i— " f%i if tirafi fffui urs, si rapidctHeat, qnr ft mutm Jt ww sfatn ' fwf. " " And he tiraded always so Tepidly that the camion of Ilk: sound of line cliibwviiwt. " Hr. Whlls— " That wi]J do, Mr. Risley . " »i A Visicm llnw peacefully hv lfT|»! Tht very babe Wilkin Llacndh: tiw DO «0 t» hmrtli Tfaau hi which PtJirt fit t e-ith OfoHE IJgbtftaLlwr wiral ' l u|il .-.if To «fid il RtTillj- twiTli " K till " hw Jicae- Rbi liarfc. upon LK ' slLllm-w uf ill I%tlt Tliei cobih a BtMM. A Jmfcy }L»pt Hc h tfenaffc Lh ipc-it window Rajifd faLjjh bold Ihe hit vf TufUrt limit- accm free. Ilr cumc , lim yri Hi kid, -»oft falling, Ki TT! ml ij{i . A coed lie hrjld within hi hMid which 1i . Willi ntailiih «imL dcFiEi h ti|HTv,ii ii, Qpjan (Jm- gTtlll. l«of Ihr Jcc[irr Lien, And with hi " Grt-Jik Ie| wiltwlriwi J ' rwii wi! tb« wtad w. O y fiend ! Such HhEirkf- « nreius the iliiuuKd Jn Imuwnl hhjjIlL .ni - ring forth L ' -pcui Till Fiisln :-i:-- li mlbnnfM nnd IhhtIx, fiuttl itII-i n ' n Ulir :ii-.|;1l| limit Would CTfflie from (he HlislH::lr:l ill 1. 1131 irf AfllttC Mot jfPnlk Jiini.it vili- . .Lt JL li:ltlHU i Hid partaken rf nmuT pic-. The riiicrn indwl. bill (he Hnfwaty K-miiui, And in hiirnivr(:i5 wvfd bttt forth bm " J Mountain Echoes T«Hi(T Yell It All, FAIL Wl Va»S1TKK ' UlLV I I 1 " IIiiY W3 Si: iv as KB ! SriVANKH HAlt! UWAMHR ftUl Siw.(.m:i: llrm-i.t: ! ' Siiiut? Ekm h ' All!!! tfgfSI h hrah! Rahrab! r-..,fS! Rjhmh! Rihnli! ■ Uwvrnh ! ItiK ' -rah! Hrwiiisi:- , Si-wmiet ' , k»li mil mil !! Hj.1l, to.lL, jvc ' . Who arc vrc? S-vtl-ii-u double « ! JtiiiLjjIll UwJtfb! tt ' e ' ■ llie j4ufT! Wt- jilir football, never jfrl ciiuutuh ! Bab ' ! g .■ -i ji $i.n y ' L O i- ;i Sn!|. ■ Soup! Amp!! SoCpMI l-tipjiity hum! liippity hu»! W3i.ii in 11ie — ' % ill niiUtr with naf !»iBia£ at oil t S ' oifain|t at oil ! W ' r ' ic ill bew thai pin? ImmImII r YniwLcf MH„ VaiuJei iLt, r.ric |i| tliL- lurch! |Mi, mi vi ith the MeihoilLtt, l|- Tilth ttiL Church ! I Hobbledf, KtoJ.lwly, nmlrfy hiltT (la bill? im k ifntible up Viiwlnbiltr knli rub rth! knli rail ml Wlul ' i line Slo11 r with S. ,.i::i-r ' Hvlililnly, jpHibledy, idM bctHii nil I Bt pUM Sewoiiec.! Hjib fiih rah ! N •ii. ' ;- TUWK flfr ' " M ■ Jloliil;iv, 1lh»1L«1=»j-. llty ujt. hwjr up. h«lidiv ! Wi don ' t care wh;il p M wijr. Wc must linn ;i ln li ■ fjumiTt Kabrahne! ' VirailH ! KjJi roll itt! Our V.C! li ' Ji.n •, liu- iibiLter with mir V. £.} HMi|ijh, tough, ht " tbc ilufl. Bit ill rijjlil! Onr V, C-? CeXHLCT— EUe ' tnLdtown ! eLj. RiV 1 ' cm ih.™.ii ! Itik: ' cm okrtfl Pile tlixt ttft IbiilK |.iwn " V u old v ' aroLjr in llie pul ! hill? that " f! (hinj; ' biwn! Cii«fcl.!H — Uah r rac! ' Vnnil ' -rn- Touch ' cbmIuwii, (unuh ' em tUmii Touch Itial (oalball h|hi»ii ! I ' wl ol ' l Vaiii.1v ii the w«[ ! All ' l touch 1h:iT limttmll nlinill ' CHftkLS Mjih rail n l ' Vurilfl tt Who «ra (he Muff? «r « r 111 ntu(rf WSjDflM F f r Wa nit the Jt«£f. Blic i ile ooy I J WcnirtlicrtiifT. wtjfv tb tueT: £ 33,if " (T LUKt]? W(. iir. !■■ ' _ £ f JJ f Pf F- F " f _ ,%L I ' i.ik:ril Y:ll- knh rah. rah! Rah rah rah! Rjh Till nlh ! Hull Tnh nhl .Virion TiLIL fhllr jA, p »h ' Ftui lstia! 1 " I: = l fHs Tin l:i. Rail rmlt nth ! ! [ti f [t n(it{ rflH y- Ill rk-kflgr. lumpily thir ' WrWf» Ihre TonHtr willi Alpha T ail! IlqlWmlru ' rirttij- mm ' ! . ' u J ' o■■.i. , i " A. r. ii. ll:ili In hi. r: li ! Rjrti hHW Tnh ! WVn Ihr l.mgr Of Alpha T u. 1 H M Iwttr Mill ihrxr ■ ! r.iw ' Ctvr Lhrer cherr for the Alpli- Tjiup-! TMl Tail belli tab r,ih! knh rail! Ih-I|:l Taq EK=IU h:Ji nih " Rah cart! ]|i»Tjih ! ] loth mli ! lUella! IMla! Hah nih, nhf Rah rah I K ' lLn ! Ikltn Taj Dtlta ! KnlL nih, l ltii Tu! l.h ](n Tiu lJultn ! ! I ' hi Alpha, Allot ! ! I ' hi Alpha, Alfcfcawa! Sigma Alpha, Sifpun. Alpha, Si|(run Alphft JrjrMikMi ! 3i.il! rah i.iir Crcaccnl. and Slur; Ylw I i, H ii.r- la! Kappa Sh ' |raai!E Hoopla, hwKpln, hoopln rat! I [cap good cbipber 1 . Y It. iJclti Tan! Delta Tan ! Unrf bell love hi iquan ! To mi hawk, and much pappoM ' , Heap li jt ttiju.ii Nkiii broi - Im £ - lfu.ilil.1. hmipK l " Hipln ra! Ifaip kwJ chuvlcr [X T. D. I Ii -ruti ' ty. hoopla riy ! Wtial ' p (he mnl1 r wriih old Ji. Vire la, vive- la, vivc- la riy! Kappa Alpha, rail rah. ray!! j fa f. rt --5 OT1TIE o? AS tlus was the first linn? nn uttbvl .liad been inadc to swurv m.iiUtH-s of the University. . z ao.t difficulty was esperivvced- Tlicrt was nit inclination to treat tin.- ([Utstions sub- mitted for answers ns n rrnKV juke, in spite of requests to the contrary, snd the com- inLLtuv had do wade waist-deep thrcnytb tli 1 fceeteft wit to rt,ocli (Ik- tallowing conclusions. Mnjiikt Of the- ai]6WHB WlIC SO obviously ill trad fiiitli that tll .-y had tO L lllKIWtt CCTL The- average student is li ycniwnld. wtfjcbs. S5» ] hjik5s, i 5 «l io 1 .? inchfii Eti height, nnd sptudft £4 1 per annum. Itof. Trcut WAS voted tllC nirwl popular Jinrfc n-, IW. Fejitiihy jlil ivin lite HtKl highest number of votes, KflcirU t :i-- declared tlic- hardest stude-m. Murray n? !. " FritE " Heblxiirel v-n vitti-d bi beat dressed slmU.-nl. l N inckney second.. The inost popular Kiwku-t is " J- ' amiei " lilack Ux-b . Morris and Robertson receiving second mid third places. J. C. Morris lvas voted the b ndffene l mm Ln pjlcp;, l it Stacker coming in for a jrntid second place. Frank Contain and Bccktrilh were both, " in it " for Hit gPHtetl " higher. " ' hut Frank got it, " Cln h " ' Farmr TL-CL ' i ed m-vl iI vi.rt : ntah. " Clwb " BOW lips the beam q( tbOfit JiJi punn.U. " Ctmnrli " E ' iiirkney mi voted the I lkk ,-h1 dli.de, winning over MrMillir. J. W, Gr Jiam received tin.- highest munber of voles for the mo t intellectua l student, fi. L. Tucker next. The most prominent student ™ declared to b M. C Johnston, A. t Ulat-tlrK-k next. Scott received the latest number of Tote for ibe favorite author, Cleveland was voted the favorite living public man, with Gladstone m first choice. The greatest need of the University was pretty ntianimousiy agreed to be money. One m-i " said a Itusckdl team, and another brains. J.- Fifty-two |ier wnt of the jnuilwt belong to 1il- literary societies, and about the same per ocnt favor corn]iaiW.»ry chn|ieL TIlc average hour »f retiring seems to be about 13. 15 S. H M and of rising, J, iO a.m. Eighty per ecnt of the students- play cards; 60 per cent play chess; 75 per vent ptoy whist; 55 per cent play baseball; 35 per ct-nt ptay football i and 20 per cent play tcmiift. nighty ' per cent subscribe lo Tic Pttrptt, and 43 per cent take " gym, " ' Tlk: vtilt as to what should Ik. ' done with the Grammar Sclioo resulted somewhat curwttb— iS pur ™n t " l? ™tin K lu remove it. .Seventy | er neni hiw ill Yaiiilertnll-Ircwanct- football game on Thanksgiving Uny ]« ( year, rind 7 ; p?r cent prcj|wjse lo s« it ?bis year. Ouly five per eent wear mustache , and 15 p« " « t eye-glasses; Mo per cent smoke; 6j per ceul dance ; -a per cent attend all Rimies [d;Ly x! by ' Varsity on home grounds. The race for tlie ugliest man wns rhwe b ttWM D UasseLi and Rainc, but tin.- Deacon C me uni en: top, owing, probably, to his uiuMrOtu) tritiiiU iti Si. I d ulu- -. GoLt w:ts d e1a.netl the fiLinuust man. Ivighty per cent vt the students are Democrat; , 4 per cent Republicans, and 1$ per cent Mugwump ; only io per cent fnirn- free .and unlimited coiiu i? «f silver, i-vurylnHty uijays dm life at Sew.ince, and irmwl everybody proposes to send his sous litre. SercaUy-flve per cent of the students prcler Ihc writer vacation as we have it. Sixty per tent uf Lite students are in love, a-nd tKly per cent prefcr brunettes lo blonde . One man w ti he preferred tminutles to blondes, but wa in kite wflll ;i W« de. Tin- LXjntiHsiiiK ' h ype.s thitt next year the ([qexlicjois for Bta tiCf will all be answered iit good faith, wii that (b? statistics wilL In: more rvlinlik- Hum Hiesi- nn. ' . V(X I . ttontKXSOH AKD MlKRI.I.. CcWMtttf. ITS A " 7 IT RHYS To .eiO E. O. THOMPSON, COLLEGE CAPS GOWNS: HOODS Clerical, Clothing ;: and Vestments ;; O , 133B CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Academic Hoods Arid Vestments to The University of tho South. MEN ' S asd BOYS ' FHS3E SM©ES EXCLUSIVELY. No. 31 B Union Street, NASI I VILLI!, TKJfS. FHANC1S T, OWSTJM, . «m, SEWASEE. Iffll in ILIIkflD III -:- SjvpoUs iLlr others a ROAD WAT. t r, 33 3lr««t, N EW TOBK CUT. 1 1 H qualities of onr Kcswly-madc tiflnn.tiils newt no c prcial mention. The particular eare cxcrci ' -scl l y bb in the cut, manufacture and novelty of pattern in our (ften ' s ffe dy-mdd£ GArmenU in also- t stended to our Cltittiinjf le-M titty anJ Children, and guaran- tees Exclusive Styles at no higher prim; than are fre- quently asked for garment ina le in larger wlkofasalc lots ami of inferior workmanship. PaiuTrts at All nuliccaoli: a1 w a -.s limited tu small quantities. H ta Tor Boys, and Youth — Lincoln, Bennett Co. and other mate tn burnishing Goods— -Allen. Solly Co. " Umdermu ' , und the bent qualities in .ill Staple, articles, with novelties in Neefc- we,ir r Glove?, WaterppxNf Out , Scutch Imip Ilosr h clc, ©DiminnitoDa flirasiitailtg («j.HARTER.Kn witlffnll COUtge privilege ;; ih U-li.£h[fully sUuaixd in Columbia, Tcnn,, n-icLelr l-i: Id mUtd for ii JiirtLtlifut cllnintt, Tliis inKlitnlinn cittern, Ik. ' SsiIl-s ■ thorough triUlliUK in tilt njclinicntnry blUfflCcies :lihJ Ili ltLT Ktiglislt. superior advaulafrt i JL Mwur, An, IJlmruiiou, CSfrmaii and French- With - - i l.iinH- iHsry tit wtU-se3octcd tppwstm, % museum not c-xwikcl in ihv Sduih. ;nnl lafye Ubiwteft, the advantages for a ihtipyuKli edtKttlQQ ia tlm mIhiw pI scl- eral culture arc lamwsnsil. M Iht moral, social ;iiu! physical welfare of the pupil is Twuideifd a Siiervil trust, ilie school is governed mi home principle , ivt C«ciVKiHni, iMnw UT, r. A, MtttPP. ft. 6.. S«iw . Maury County, Tennessee. f A Boarding School for J Young Ladies. Founded $ HlAhnpK l J ult and ()lc Ln itfj 5 . H B, Mo SlBeff JeweDry ©©inniipatniy. IttttU lists uurt Jcvuclcvs. IhislxiiN iivd EsiLnuits fUrnbtmi Makers of University of the South Medals. lfr.M, Sewanee Athletic Association Medals, The Scwanec Canes, The Sewanee Flag Pjris, VanderbiLt University Founders ' Medals, Vanderbilt University Athletic Association Medals, Vanderbiit University Flag Pins, Southern Inter-Collegiate Oratorical Association Medals. B H, 3TIEF JEWELHT CO . H AK HVI LL E. r T E.HN. WALTER O.WINSTEAD, blilU IP Fine Alices and £ lipj)cvs. £ THE NOBBIEST LINE OF MEN ' S TAN AND PATENT L EATHER SHOES IN THE SOUTH, Ma ?G8 Church Strgct, SaSHVIUhK, TBSfSi. LAPWB TtLQTItlH f IKJWSE IF THC frnyTii. ©fta$. ©Ffiurmar $Gl @o, CLOTHIERS HATTERS GENTS-FURNISHERS COLE BUIUDINO, Corner of Union and Cherry Streets, KABKVIIJ,K, TIT?;?!- SPEHCEH JUDD, A BMIPLE OF CO sev Nef , T£NN. HE Brownie seems astonished at the success of the drawing. There are wiser ones than he who seem astonished that good photographs are made at Sewanee, Consult the half-tone engravings in this publication, from photographs by SPENCER JUDD, and draw your own con- clusions. AMERICAN STATESMEN. BiograplMs il Ihe Mt Cwspiniflut in ft« Ptililical Hislarr nf rr« Usilett Stoles, JOHN QDIITCV tDAMB. si i iNtiik im::i i- - johkc. cumnr, ANDREW JACHBOF. JOMS RANDOLPH. JAKRA MTONKWL . THuHM j BFrERPi . iNkSCIEL WKWTHR. ALllKKY GALTJlIlrJ. JAUKS MADISO! . JOIIS ADAM , liy Julin- T. MOT . Jr. Br Hrnpy C trt Ij ifr ky f. H.VhHoW Hj lm r. Wn.-O. tamer, iij Hcwi laaaaai My rim D. C f-llnuai My J " !l " jT. Men . Jr lly JErnfjf Clt-X. later, By Juhn. AuMld b (¥ • , ■j syiliMy Upward ttrtj. ih. i ' !hn t. Utrtc, Jr. JUJIK JIAKMIA1.E-. A A 11V Kl. . . U.1M . . TH0HU4 » HBTOit, HIEKBV CE.AV. Ilw ¥e l.l I ' ATKICK MJtKXY, UAHTJS " V.IS NT At-ltf. .11 l.l ks:i I k M I ' kUt ■ L 1 ■ ■ 1 1: ■ : I : ' iVASIIIV ' ii ' THlX. ] tanj iota. 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Twl iiln.1 n " I nouoaiid. irav. . 1 1 " Orl " Yaw rradcr xuy turn Mntl Lhr-r nlittnuilli frill ■AMHaHue«f fnilh tar a fenn rrknnal it Ehr olil «■. trhkfe li« tlBC- GM aUflC-, iB l ful nrw vina. co ' IdobtdU bhcU, KnlJInn L? Lhc Ixinct ffanhnnta: rfMcti la UA IIh-t -can in be tct by Ihc maMet uf CiprnHBlS rt jk «J Ai npcrl in hl-E-HKaLjihilu-uiihy. " — .Hrir IVrJ A ' iTai « ftui 1 . Mr- FIskes «ther Kuuks. M Xt lrbjur in, a Lhlnbct ' il ' lafr mIW " 4 4 kpth. HI. affluent a|gav nflDoaMir bn-lhLbAcJ™ ri+ly 1»i|tt. Ifld hU " M «r ' ■[ !■ prradmi La njnilEobbvwWltlrly uf ■imhili.i ' jil. ' " — ff INf t.T. f iV a) r » 7 » ' A ' OnEJLan of It TtlhakYllTi lf " M- ' l " ii 1 ' ivfh-i ■ ' K I ' n Xyibi 4 Mvib-XxkMa. DM Uitbi i« J fvpentltltw lihrpnttd Tut tkaaipaaallvnrUrlbuluxy. SmctcrtiEh KtElhn. IJAI [th t«f . Jf, Hir»inlim,iijillk[l EnlVl T I 111 llHHaal IMM. fcfll W f.. Jj. IjCiralOll r lb EV ' jl Htl3lM, -.-.■.■ 1. ill . Iiri.-m, 1 nm-, rilL Inp-, P- rmu [ill ThLrtcrnLh ET ila Tit CfiM i » ' «rli. ill OCbrr E-ntLjp. J ' Ih hltllV XT Hal, Tll-Wri 1a 1|a tlrH nf ILa Orlrll, " Tm LJ-int nlHfaHJ. uHWKxIlt h |i. Si- Tit Ifci i «■ AllKt«4 J KWrra. « nnwliflrt, l.ltmil h Itainai. rtnhx kW iian. Ji " Vl ciIPailnijii :jafcal i bkt , " -ij tl,r+ |4J.tHi1. " P» -KT ! il. rtiHiacv- iluracw mil IithuIj irr « f«f ajtrkk aM»y a Mkiktr« llttnrr «J»n« lut air ainAcrt til TLnra ' ir, In ur lr» 10 T-tai Bt nWk uf |tvW. A 1WKM Fw anltv.c- anil m 4ct%nl h- rt A iEf a . " — JBtf Cntfi. ffltr » ■• Sold fa All Bor MnHlsn. Sb-nl. poilpald, ft HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN CO. boston, mass. ri HUM HM.IL a.Ftt)ociT)t A y hutch School fov OGitH. in the If Uit.hrvlr.il l 111 o uutn III . ttCllf itlUvtltcc, Uiv. W. ■ ' . UilknlL !i. i I.K. . ' • ' .I-— 11m j:ulhii«, jUr firm fo! Ilia, II. It ILiiiuT, .tfmir.-. ]|gp Jaxk 91 !-;-■ rjLvra Mrf. U.«a l , KH£i.Kru , l Atafro r. Via., SI. .1. Tun. l.r. :-M Hit IhlkHNK. Thf AdvaaLifH of FjifrtUMilrt nir tiBlkf to tb« ottwtA by S niK«, S, linihl . h-Ai " . v.i-iiL::i.; 1 1 ■ — ■ ■ 1 B _; a I — 1 1 ■ ppriiif;. hilTllinrr -■: ' I -• :i1 -i-.i-i WJUl -.-. i-i! i- rMiltafL tHtttllti ik ' liKhff l :n«! In vijfaniJJiip, ami n al«i. Ljiri( uppjj- ..iFjKirVi rt ltl walrr. An Dut ' LhKif Life, ftrr- (tiiiii ili ■lanpiTK of chev, I ' l lr.l -v.tii i| iwm». Qra.u9.ilnl irtmi i| . " rflJi UMiItU , weliiTil, viiw. vjinl, Jjiirj. ' , nnJ ampl pUv roiLii ' U. A HisK tirade rf S hi lJirj.hip, .liiiI uislhiiil ndvjiLL in MUflti Art. The EtciirlllB. Of a HOitit IJicr, nMu1iinf[ in a lit.tlll.v jihrn-caL and ipiritaBl, u wr 13 u inlrl[ i-ILl ), lU-VtL " ]imnTli;. i ' i.rnnHj til u thin u LdEal rtfiGOl ft Ui i! iifjliieri of patron mid frie-inUof Jicwjiw- rec JknAlet, dialogue or pperfat iwfamiatiui., ulnLrrti Xr frm-t.- Tit ViW ( ■»« " " fll ¥Hr II«iimlLj Of Lti atfh. ¥ME PH NGlr AL. MCNIIAaLI, T«hn. rH AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, Cash Capital, $1,000,000. Surplus, $100,000. W, IV. HHX ' RV, I ' kkmdjk , JOHN " H, LEA, V:t»; ntMtDWHV, A, W. EIAKK1 Colli . wu. x, TlPl h Ei% A KTxxt cabiiprd. ' m, r. Tumn, iBRut Caeiiier, W. W. PKKftV, JhiIIK VOMUKB, k. W. V1 ' kSE», 1. Q. Bl ' MI. LT. HUHI JijHS il. . :.l. A. II, kullNSO . I, WKA.U.BV. f. I. EHUUfAK. I II I- 1.1,. Largest and Most Centrally Located Hotel in Nashville- - MAXWELL HOUSE— Rates $1,50 to $5,00 Per Day. W. K. BLACK. M n gtiv HEADQUARTERS FOR SbWANEE MEN, COLLEGE FRATERNITY BADGES n ai " COLUMBUS. QHH3. " e-8Av. c-say. ? OTI 13 JOHN ST n KIT. J. F- NEWMAN, HAHUFAfifTUCKIt Off BADGES ALSO UKSHiKKH OF r Med tils, Trophies, Society Pint NEW YORK. I j.f K ' 1KA.UH iU ' ttLlA], I lEIttiB WUIK Ur Xl.l. KINIH IN GOLD K SILVER JEWELS vi„ IL it. Fvccsc, Tlh® OMveirsiltty Taiitatr, INVITt) TpLlfl ATTIKTION WHEH IIS NEED OF Mew Snnntt ILK tABUTi Tlir vrnv IV TKHf FABRICS IK wmnHSS. E¥@[mnung ©ress Unite At .ulu in Ifn.- crv lacuitl stylr, frm " b M worknmiL-.lini. ri ujl to the bcrt. The Imrcrciti- or the Semh. SEWAXEE, TEmSSEE A FEW SUGGESTIONS: • Q • FRATERNITY JEWELRY ADD CANES. A k Any Owner of a prcroo What He Thinks Of It? UK ■. v i L 1 tdl yon it is heart and shoulders above any Camera he ever saw or used, Photographers are proud of their FrejioS, The beginner ha , not a thousand things to bewilder him is learning — if h use the Premo, Compact, complete- and practical. Prices, $io to $50- Illustrated catalogue fret, If VOU arc looking for a Camera that will give best results with the- least labor, von need " -a Premo. ROCHESTER OPTICAL CO.. Hoth it », M. Y. Fr UtCtnlty Italic . I.nii ' L Buttwiit, Bwf W " . SlwiT Pill. Unix, feLll l, Chum-, E- " uh t " hlllL». SjOUVCIfiT S]IMii|l ■ . Stiii ' .tnif I ' .Brttn, Souvenir H4ta 1 rV Owl , Souvenir Mittli ISoxcn, S.,i:Mnir Court i ' bdtr Ok , Souvenir ritesil Itoxrn, JviAiTnue Ktni L JI-irtA, vnirmir S-lamp DosMl SIMONS BRO. CO. Xiii ' riLllllH D«r IITHKNT-il " tJ IUum™ Mjwrt, rhili.if Ifiii. HAI.nLfc«iUi-Mi-6l«Chwnut Hm-t, rtiiLMlrtphij • i w MiHru l.ilir. w vnk tliT : v 9ii ( Hml. Chk-ro. nl. J r vnlUufly DKEKA • ' FINE STATIONERY AND ENGRAVING HOUSE, ■ III CM 1 11 MOT lT,.rHl|»Hl ' Hll tf College Invitations, Class Stationery, Society Stationery, Coats of Arms, Wedding Invitations, Visiting Cards, Monograms, Addresses, Menus. Dinner Cards, Steel Plate Engravings for College Annuals. MIHALDAT AND SENEM-DClf A SPEC I LT If. CI 173 OF itu3 PAINTED FOR FRAMING. The University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn. The University is tinder the joint control of fifteen dioceses of the Protestant Episcopal Church. Opened in 1 Wi Located at Sewanee, Tennessee, on the platen u of the Cumberland Mountains, 2,000 feet above the level of the sea. Sewanee has a national reputation as a health resort. Vacation from December 20th to March 14th, instead of during the summer months. The following Departments of the University are well equipped and fully organ- ized: Acadeiuie DejKirtmcnt, Theological Department, Medical Department, IfSW Department, Bnginccring Depart went A Special Business Course in Finance and Economy is provided for students not intending to study for degrees. This course extends over two years, and includes the study of Book-keeping. Commercial Law, Banking, Political Science, History h English, and Modem Languages The Sewanee Grammar School prepares boys for this and other Universi- ties, and for business. The Lent Term of the University begins March R and the Trinity Term on August I. For catalogues and other information, address B. LAWTON WIGGINS, M. A., vice chancellor J. W, PXTT1E, Pn«b ?cH. r. S. PtOStLEY, Vice ProUtnt, F, A. PATHE. CwUer. )|ar l of )it)cb«sto WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE. Depository of the University, and State Depository. ■ A general banking business transacted, We solicit accounts, no matter how small, and promise prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to our care. Sfltc Blntucvsttii IYcbb Primly SmnmeU af " tie UniTenNy of as wlb, SEWAHEE. TEHKI. • II ! Book and Job Printing =- H ttttMt(- funiiitied far book ] rinlril oil I ' LiU-, RnahMi, SJifi u d Super-dlrndtEti Of f iil, Buck I " r f. 1 " irunmittM oar vctIc sU F te . , . Jibl woffcnuruhip . . . ReaJ House, SAM R R£1D, Ui«igar, CH ITANflOG . TEN N Kalrc kcWiMhk h Lmilimi rf rM». THE UNIVERSITY SUPPLY STORE SELLS EVERYTHING EXCEPT pry Ccml . frMUfft BiJIWJ IrilMbliOl TJqwn. sli The Has lirtn i)?il nkurt.- students to and from AEfctlNM and Texas than Ml mher South- western line iftHn1]iiL d, and its continued popu LnrLty with the principal Suuth- eMtern School i» the liigh- L,-sl KUarautCC «f Che exi.-el- le-nto of its- service and tho truthfulness of its rcprescntaticm . The only LIfk with through ear jtffvlc from iVtemphiA to Texas,. HO CHANGE OF CARS FT. WORTH, WACO ■ -i INTERMEDIATE POINTS. Two Dally Trains carrying thromxti l- :i«.-Ii4.- and I ' uLltiiari Steeper , conifortalnV Keclhung Chair Car , with all modem coovtukxice , in charge of spcti-nl agents, art furnished far the exclusive use of large parties, white, individual KtudeiUs receive careful atten- tion, and are uiet by agent nt junction points, cu route, win j sunk; all necessary smaaiaiirt and advice. Principals of Schools nr»i C lk e-, r- nesits ;uid guardian , arc requested to addn? :my of the follow- tag hit whatever information they desire concerning THE COTTON BELT ROUTE. W- G ADAMS, T. P. A. NAiMVi-LE TINN S. C WAHNER. a P. A. TfLCH. TEXAS. E. W. LABEAUME, G P. A T. A, 3T, LOVIB, MO. Nashville, Chattanooga™ St. Louis Railway. THE GREAT THROUGH CAR ROUTE. ■»■ Via Atlanta ,ind Florida in iho Southeast. Three ihnMj li n liiiH daily between Nashville, ChaltauWgi and Atlanta, with DIkhs Flyer and {Jukk 1 p. Houhfe diiily line of sleeping ear m and fmnt Florida, Via McKenxie and Memphis to Arkansas, Texas West and Southwest. Through cu:u.lies and sleepers tc» Memphis, making close crumeeriuii with fast train to all points West juul Southwest. Thi is many nrilea (he shorte ! and niatiy hours the quickest line Uj the Sostthwct . Via Chattanooga lotod from East Tennessee- Vir- ginia and the East, Through sleeper From ChaiLi- nooga to New Yrjrk and Washington. i.-i Nashville to and (fan the West and North- msti Trouble daily trnjns % and front Atlanta and St. Ijauis, Chicago., Loniswriple, Ciitcauiiati, etc. For tickets, rates and sleeping W Nrtha, apply to W. W, KNOX. T. A. UNIQN DtrC ' T A. M. ROBINSON, T. A. M XWIIL KOTJSI W. L DAN LEY, G. P. T. A. NASHVILLE. TENN. .11 ■til UNIVERSl 11 rr OF the south] mini QO7J4062


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