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

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■ 1 I 9lo ?i p. CAP and GOWN T WW C -0 " 77; f Annual of THE UNIVERSITY OF THK SOUTH SEWANEE, TENNESSEE FuWiihcJ by THE FHATEKMTIKS ?he WixKLns. Ksaidentt It S w nte-- " MSCJ (Dtmorp of tmMftim lf a jiro urtcf l romwrttDho out of (lop? of 0mm t pw tt$ lift f or mSBewfumx one nmo in all future ityMf trill op arrcuntto tm of tlw £ro at M tm t uwnt WLmwmty of t froutU one a ronewm of i trttfotion -ski limine H M»ton- ' ID ia ute fifth Yirp StltancpUor scholar $000 imo Unter of to« thi£ pddK 10 rcoprpntl ofoifflteo c CONTENTS. I 3 " tj m --1S4 -I IN I AilvTflisritttm — Adverti j int mi C " 1iiti;c Alpha Tau Oou-gt .... UMn-raicJ Al mfti — ■ ■- 96 AHilElici lJ ' FlinthaJI ........ .. L S B itM tall _.....W Itreslin T ' nv r and Library 20 Cip JllL t ( " imVlU ATllAtji ■ - ■ - — 1S2 Cap and Gown Staff - - ,UA ... ]4 «j 4Q - 1fl s Chancellor Cailor Oifltilmi riinir .................... C ' lrcRc ' A Atls and SdttK Cafnmc-nr rm nt (p(HHti i - - Dcdlcittofl ............... rM?j Tan iMtn. 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Tli i- in Mlich) - II Vice Chaiiccll ' T Hilt IS lVpfa.li EEjII . 20 XVIiiBihk, Dr. .- ..... . - — FxmdBptcw Wissin Hes-idcme. The ■ 1 7 -.+ Q M«I iin-r, rnl| irnisi COVCT ti nif tin stnilrs a-riiu " i:i . hi iY II chpvfT, t-vtrj ' Iotct Maid RtUft wan with cunning I ' niki ' - ■ .■:• ' ■-■ 1. [ilil ' ljrj.irknl. IriitttT ■wi 1 nl »iRL Si ill i : i -l j h ■ I l- ■. I . ill unaided, r ancc mul 6l;ij aM iim:- ll-|:- .-.■:!! ■-:!■ ■-■■-■■-■ ■.-.■■ ' ■-r ll ' -.l ' i jh ' I ' I il 1 ' - IV ' sit ' S " 4 " (lie beal S|i i-li:ix Hi -r infill • i " " " lMi ! " ?Fniciai ' I ' i. |iiliH " l|v Glfb minhmmiih-iI, liilK )nnlL-rii.nir((--d, ]tn|EKk ill kniani|: [ ' T ' iI ' tiLIj, ' Hmin l, iill uiidniiiiUil, Nh,1 n nuir| limn: htiI S wan e of Oo-6a? EWAXEE i pruyfes-siiifj; Progress, iiL iIlv incu ni lv. - ■ i - " -- 1 ;i||] ' ;lII]ii ' i lj -t;ii,l.. , lias I iff 1 1 llir Isr v-rnitf ' if the University ' s attitude tlm ili IthiI ihr year ItOtt ■ I rawing 1 1 k U i-Niil, ' . ' I ' lii 1 rrmnmiient i if aerirke have fteented more faaJlowcd, arid 1hf n ] .■- ' ,t |•H , »■ i Vl ■ gres ivc upward struKde add further to the splendour of iHe past. Tie sad death i I Jr. B, Latvian Wiggins left tlie University tanft ■ " »£ an extent™ l- I ■«.-:•■ I In the midst of the Conraierteemetu divider. Dr. William P. E T :i 1 1 ' -• iiiinnili;iK- ik-i ' ttnii si. Actinjj Vk-e-Clifincelhif partially rc i«fw1 the L ' niverslt} to tie mur-mal. Dr. Hall finally- accepted llli " Vice-Chancellorship uf- fered t i him y the Executive Committee Iasi fall. Tine Chair ■ if English, made vacant hy iIll- Midden death ' H 1 3r John Mill IklllUMIian mi " I h :i M k -kTJ H-inp Day nineteen eight, and filled until Commencement by kiml Milun tiers, was. taken in I ' liarj; - at ilu- 1 | n_-n - ingot ttk- new year hy Dr. Juliii MajeLarea a fe- ll ryde, Jr.. and ha prospered under him, AI o, aa Editor of l!ll Srwanee Revkw, lit. McBrytic haa reo Tik-d a year Of Continued Miecc - Thu (hair i i r ' rrn. ' k, rL ' iidri ' u ' N) vai;int by Prtifi ' ! Ff. Vi . !■ i i ' cv ' h ctsignatiwt, ha- been occupied liy Dr. Walter Fliillilii-u. and fihuu - it ■ i:iilnr ; h waLntaiit il hafc of Sewittee ' s ct F kal reputation., The uit of Thompfi hi Jl:iil, hulltLv the Ktrong- hohl «f tin 1 Medical Department, ha filkd tut the Vniver ilj- tin.- kmi?-fell ne -d ■ : ; i ■ 1 . » « 1 1 1 - 1 1 - space f«r ehemiL-fll ami |ihy-ii.-:il l:i I ■■ -r:i t-: .rii.— . The i;n.-at ft1 nljataele to the maintenance " f a hijch-eSas aokritirk school ha been done a«-ay with, That the wort of the- University is bnug mme generally recognized and more EeneTon Ly r ivnTtLfd is everywhere evident. In addition Us many small but valued Jiifts. the year has rmiughl Ihri ' t iiias- •dfieent additions to the I niver ity " i resource - The fund raised by Mr. C, A. ( " nfli f ew York Gty, and totalling me hundred thousand di »11;i r , hit bees paid in. This, in (urn, fulfills, the conditions of Mr- Andrew Carnegie ' s doiialkin ; and 1hv additional sum of sixty thousand dollars is thereby assnrvd. Following closf n[r ' ti mi great benvUKliiHi came tin, 1 j;iit id lifty thousand dollars from Jlr. J. I ' ltr- |h hi l Mm an. The su rj of tlnse ei unrihutions to 5ewan£e " 4 reSQWCes is tnll n IIWiLtliiiTi 1 meaning that ihr-nlss willi tin. " pulse ■• if avowing pow« for good, incrcisinjr ,lliilil (•• pn-nj hi ;tii i- vi- widening circle the inHm-nce of a great and ■: Li li—. rjL|iiilh i T-. i-w in:; L ' nivcrsity. These splendid gum . rinlsti lining lln- L " ilivcTSity " s lindonvment Fund, assure tile iiiturt; hiyintd lilt- realm oE drains, All Saints " Chapel, begun bo auspiciously in nineteen and Eve, began l- ■ accumulate it. traditions iiL tlit- great semi-centennial festi- val of ninetwn and seven, r l In. 1 present year tin ils ii still far (nmi finished, I mi nevertheless the center of University life, It temporary features will yield to the improvement ni lim;: and meanwhile ii marks another kh? at forward -.LriiU ' . Saint Au us- line ' s Chanel, the halkiwol -riiii maiy ml tin- spirit i r iIllt past, must pas fnnn i1s lonpH " dd pile ; I ' m Willi ill regrets that ill.; vitality . -o.iJLp:im- lis |Wiss- ]ne i- ' iriir inHK|jinff rhe joys and profits of progress. ■ ' Tin.- Hodgson Memorial Infirmary, formerly a mere adjunct of the Medica l Department, has arisen In mi i1il- ahnliiiim ed thai Department a sqjarale institution, li fHjtii[niu-iu has. Inn.-ti largely in- creased, and l»nni[;hi in every respect np in the standard of modern efficiency. Comforts hitherto -;ull la-clin have Ihvh pmvLifcd. anicL every ar- rangement perfected f-nr tin- care " £ Ldiargi. ' . The staff i- i physicians is an aide «ue ' and a corps ■ he efficient trained nurses is main- tained the year round, Thv vrectioii ii the m-iv iv:i-it innk. ami many improvements in the machinery im ulitaining an adequate water-supply, have added beyond measure to the comforts of living in Sewans. ' c whilv i, 1 1.- advancemeat m " the cause of sanitation !■:■-— wiiii universal a iproval, The recitation rooms ,i thv i-n.ih ' my have been removed from about the Chapel. and set up on the Academy ' s own campus. This li:v- iv.nrt..-,] a trciu:ndona step for I he clearing up of the old unsightly block, and has. beside ! added to ihu efficiency of the lower school, . " or mnsi the Civic League he omitted in this eon- neetiorc; for it is due in largv part to ihe untir- ing i-nToris nf thai organization iliac so much has been dime m hL-amiiy ihe campus ami to prevent 12 lkf liner the marrinjr effect of winch i- enimda- tive, Tliv shcinu hji Terpsichon, and tht abiding- (iln.v cm carta of DcrnO Thenes, old Forensic Hall, al i pas-ses with thi-. year. Aim- •-: ji- | rcirmiienl in tra- dition as Si, An crust ine " s. revered by many a scape- grace student who went rcjsidasrJy 1 « f Lh-|i in c Impel. iIil ' H ' lil building must yield !■► the everywhere in- -- -- ill ■.■■nri[nd-MHl oS progress. Hill the new Ko- llll-il-, HHKn- LMMVL-llil lllhi liK U ' ll. fll«l adapll-d ill a man- modern fashion to its purpose, will (WHin de- velop traditions d ■! » own. Last upon I he h t if new buildi j; , there in the new fraternity house -till in. priH-ess -if dni irm- tioti. ThL- [dans were iIij h in ha«n™y with 1 Iil- general scheme of the University; and the now building adds to the hniir Array of hand nne edi- Ml-. ' -. Tii tLim 1- 1 1 brief consideration of St- ea - ' s r. ' lation with the college world, the sreat feature that demands attention is the stand taken by Semim--- : n Southern athletics. Concluding tlie season with a decisive victory over Iter greatest rival, Sewance -1. -iil, for i lit first time in Ten years, absolutely su- preme in Southern football; and as Champion of 1 1 1 l- Southern [ntertoUegiate Athletic Association the University stand to-day, [■ r- ■-.■ • 1 id h-.f laurels, UplieM by I lit etfthtiSia rn ol her hiy;d mm . The good sund taken by Sewanee men in fntercol- ' ■■_■■. ' : ' ■ lU-kitinp has been maintained this year: and, u argitL- from iln.- past, ii i safe m assume tli.it ihe University ' ) relatione with uitmi institutions, h, the peaceable contests Oft the rostrum., will evidence a growidft Importance. LrWly. tht- two ihrj;aiii niliiiifc?: in (Iil 1 I ' ui vtT il which bua t amiwnn-ni ,-is the prime object of their existence, the Praniatie Clnb and the (jke L ' lnb, have lnuli enlarged the scope oi their activity, and Ihilh ha ' ,L L made Hit this |i:i t year an enviable rec- ord. Atld, above all, the t-ltanj-e of Term ha re- corded the Inchest standard «f scholarship in Se- wanee ' s history. -u - Oti£ (Ltjanccllor byj ' 1 1 EN llic present fill was Chaplain, h beloved Chancellor In- w a L-It ' cln] I.. ;l lii-li. . ' irii- ;m,l iliviiin,- , p frrnnt? to remain ai 5 w aee, Th students, led by one of tlitir immWr viho is iw w tlit Rector of ilte largest church in America, pulled him in his 4-hYt iji ; :;o It- -hi the Mili.-n EO hi.-v IlinlU. Tim-. ilicl iht- siLnL-fiLs, regard lvi lnnj tSailnr when IlL ' had Ihl ' l ' II iLt l-VV " L[U , « ' iHllv jL lt " W VCI1 . Nuw )u ]:■. rm. ' l i{ xrrvKf In Llif I lUYfr-Mty ha pa cd it. iwcnty-fifl h y. sr. ai«l hu |n |mlar ity i still growing: Although hi tpiscapal duties prevent lii-s presence ai Scwsnei ilurm.fr imwli i ilv year. hi influence 1 i always felt, lii-s visits are looked Forward m with ctgernes . and remeni- luted wiih pleasure. IHnIh j Gaftor wii itiri known to the Uni- versity m n student. Bert in every other ptin u of her lia ' f he hw shared her sufferings, fciorne. liLT hiLrduitS; jmd the Chancellorship i- :l iUOSI fttiiii " culmta tlon of hi;- long career of devoted serviwr. -14- Vice (Tbancctlor 3fall j a I [ I ' M I Jr. HnJ.1 g(i-i-t|iinl the Vice-ChantreJlwr- diiji jH ' Tmniii ill k . lie ■.tiiill ' dinvt l-i •■ ' •xiunu ' ; and I It. ' ■: L . i i i ■ ■ ■ i t r : l L i - ■ ■ i . given -lin ' i hiii lii arrival l»y the slndenta and Svwancc Ln gen- tral, -hi iiviil ihir Mountain •complete flppri " " iL ■► ilu- Hxccutivc Committee " - choke, U - dimljcllid if there has erer 1 een a mere pustular man con- ttetted wiili tilt University than t r, E 3 all- Hi- has Wen known CO Sew inee ass student., professor, fcan and £ILIll1lter viHUi.hr, and iiihw be h-1 rrjisliL-il the higher offier which the L " ilivL-r il ii t;in b-wtqvi ii] " Hi a I ay 11)311. " Isr. tSillif " if h t scholar ami a man of affair-, tliai combination which is to i —ential la ihc head of a prcat institution. H makes friends wherever Ih- j k ' si there is- none of chai aJoeiioe ahmn lnm which C Mllil kwp 1tiL ' students away fruni iLis np- ■■■ ii, I k i- " In- U -i : :■ n.i -In- -i n-:i in- [i,v,v. rod] 1n COltHSd wllirri t-oilstiltfcL. tl-jhIv 1 ■ i iw a linn hand when it ii necessary. ] has, been a year since Or. Hall UMimed hi- present dutfet, and daring ilm time ihi.-re ]%a r, 1 " ' lmi tlu- liclit i faltering in University a " " ;iir- Tlie University ha taken long strides in advance, and iIil- promise r £ tlie future under his leadership :■- r : l ■ I i : 1 1 1 1 . — J S — Officers of instruction artfc ©owrumttit RT. KEV. THOMAS FRANK SAILOR. S.T.D-. Chancellor. ' . ' . i: i. CAM BONNELL 3 ' Al.i.. :.-.. .. m.D Vice CMlRtilLor. REV. ARTHUR ROMEYN GRAY. Ctl [.liin REV. WILLIAM PORCH EK UuBOSE, M.A.. 5.T.D., D.C.L., Deui Emtrimi srf fne TTwfl.1ojk l EHfplrtnwnt and. PrftJen- Enl rjiiln of EifKcaii and Moral Science. CAMERON PIGGOT, M.D.. PreJessciF T Chflttiitry aitd Geology. JOHN SAVELY CAIN. M.D., Heir. oF ih Medical Depart runr and Professor of MciJit l Pracikt trwl rtiwmicoJois . JAMES BRICKELL MURFREE, M.D.. Proftssor etf the Print ijjles ai ' :L I ' r.i.iiic (jf SurKcry. SAMEJEL MAKX EAKTON. Pli.D., Professor ai MatherrLKicx. WILLIAM BOONE NAUTS, M.A., Prodciacir oE Latin. KEY. WILLIAM SAMUEL BISEEOP. M.A., D.D., ProJcWiW of DoinMlCiC TtK-fctot y ind Mttaphyaica. WILLIAM CALDWELL BILERO. M.D., ProieUGT O.E OtiMCl T:l :■. .VILii 0?thCei riLlI D| eaii£B, HAVEJKN AUSTIN WEST. M.tJ.. PrnfeiiDr oE Clinical, Qpetative, Abdominal, and Minor Surgery. REV. THOMAS ALLEN TIDBALL. D.D.. Pr l« f r EccE niaiticil History and E t ltjp. ST. GEORGE LEAK IN SIOUSSAT, P .D.. EOran or ihe College ■= Arts and Science! and Pressor ?1 History and Ec-onotttltct, QLEN LEVIN SWIGGETT. M.A. r Ph.D.. Prg(c ) W ti Modern Language , DEEHENG J. ROBERTS. M.U.. ProiriaaT at the Printing • ! Medicine and. Nef eifi Dise-aiei. REV. WILLIAM IiAsjKKI.L UuEOSE. M.A.. Acling Dean at the TlieoloKkaL Department and ProitvMw at Old Tcntamrnt Language and Irittrprctalian. LYMAN CHALKLEY. LL.B.. Dean ai in Law Itrpartmrnt and ProleMOf bt Law. WILLIAM NORMAN GUTHRIE. M.A.. Praieuotf of General LiteTatur . BENJAMIN LeFEVRE COULSON. CLE., (Associate Umber, AantTfeui Societr of Civil ICngiikrcr ,) Profeajar Civil Engineering and PhytiCi, REV. STUART LAWRENCE TYSON. M.A.. Professor of New Teiiarr.ein Lansuaae and Inierpfeiatiftrl. V, JOHN MacLAREN McBRYDE, JR., Ph.D.. l ] TuJ? Cr of E»l(l| k. WALTER KULLlHEhL M.A.. Ph-D.. FrDFencr at Gnvlc. HAMPTON LANSDEN FAHCHER. M.D„ Pr ot«a r H GrrtKtQtegy. JO- G MARTIN SELDEN, CE.. M.S., W.D.. PraEs-sa-ii oE Ar.atony. MARION RIDLEY MOORMAN. M.D., Pto( 13 jt at l-httln it !h EyC fir. Nf«. iTid Threat. REV. ART HUN K-OMKVN CSAY. Astociate Pro£ :acr oE ApcloitcLirf, JtKYNOLD MARVIN KIR BY-SMITH, M.D.. AsHJcittc I ' r ctKW «f Materia H«di:a and Tropica] Direaiei.. ROBERT C. WILSON, Ph.D.. Aatodsti ProEewcr or PiMtiei ' . Pharrracjr. HAY HEN AUSTIN WEST, M.D., Lecturer on Bacteriolojiy. Eiiat lOfy, ifld StFUStunA PaihoLDgy. HARRY C. HERS, M.D., Lecturer an Dixeaiea rnl Childrtri artJ Hh|- kal DLijnosk. JOHN PERCELL CORLEY, M.D. DCS-, LTCtu=cr -0 Denial and Oral Surgery. AKTHLH HOWARD NOLL. LL.D., Ucimr on Medical jui-iapriidcitce, ALLEN LAWRENCE LEAR. M.D., L cttr T or Gtriim-Urinary DLie-axes. and Physical Dia rifei-ia, REV. ROBERT AFTON HOLLAND, S.T.P,. D--C-L., LtStUftr OR iht Phllswophjr of ReLiglon. GF-QRGE VlfTQS PEAK. M.A., Irotrtictar in Economic ar l M dc-frt LartiUatrt. REGINALD IRVING RAYMOND, B.S., B.A., Inasruti In Bcmny in4 Z $lajy. CHARLES BHUNING BKAUN. Fj-if ten r.r »: Physical Culture. REYNOLD MARVIN KIRBY-SWITH, M,D.. Elealth Officer. TELFAIR HODGSON, H.A.. Trtisurtr. ARTHUR HOWARD NOLL, LL.D.. Ragnvrnr. ROBERT LIONEL COLMORE. Corn miliary. ALLEN LAWRENCE LEAR, M,D„ Hc iicm PliyaLtian oE the Infirmary TELFAIR HOD SON. M ■ Commixiiojier aS Landi and BiUdirigi, EDMUND CAMPIAN ARMES. Srcre« fy " ■ Hi VL e Chancellor. ALBERT CHALMERS SNEED, Director of the UnivcTBiLj ' Pt«U, MRS. E. H. SHOUF. Librarian. OEOKCE WILSON BALTZELL, OEORUE VICTOR PEAK L M.A.. Proctor. CHARLES BRDNING BR All H. PRANK ALBERT FA ULKIN BERRY, Auociate PtocHMb, ' Died. ] tcernl:er 29, 1909. t -17- Ol £ TKarc anb W)z Oortolsa V. students and p r a (I s « n " Si- wallet " , perfect- ly naiisdierl ink the Jem iwli ' i Iki- b,i f u-Jia I iiiif Al nia Hater i c i as, tafcf iiiH ilii- slightest in- terest in aTfiii- m-.-nis rd iul tin ' future of " small universitwf- " There may, however, I l- somewhat nl ' ni1i.ri.--t ill (be LitY 1) a great HaSlefii eily 1 ' iLL- " Crfltji a SCCll Ihv ;i Sewainfi: mini. Ill the hvart " « iW Cridlefts fnlic id brick and cnor- tar. with its mLllsim inhahilant COHiti suddenly upon a lwjit irianjrk of nn ' dormitory buildings. [t was evening when 1 first ' saw the " donas " and. as I passed ihruiiph the entrance archway and was creeled by a Hood of lipht from ihe t fiti- ■ if nearly a thousand students, I iIuhieIii. — " Wliai a fceMnj? of power null " i assurance ftir the future must bits every ton i f aikIi a nniwraily, as he looks up and cUiwh iIil- -.ilid i|itarl«r-niik of dormi tories. these wlinU 1 -.treel of taimnitodes, lecture-halls and libra- rn-v wi.i- wimkUts inii t college sirii accom- plish here, where there art five ilmusand odd. stu- dents ami instructors, in the tot;d i-iinilhiiifiu. Why, " iisi in house them wituhl require flfty hal] the size of Hoffman f And, if iIil- l- men were to hold a mus-niceting at t- im-iiMc, [he overflow would reach tin- station ami Mr. Andrews ft-miW have to address ihe fat end «f ihe crowd. ' few weeks hut ' i " . I tuinl ait OppDTl imil v til Her a toulhall rilii-s-il -i-tiuy ..f llv- 1 ' in " , i r-.: h |ki-: been announced In tne rmwr iiv and city newsps. ' per , and kid rn -ii ami at rivu hi 1- i.;k ;..► ihai no ■ ik mi ht have conflicting lerture and -■■ be prevented from attending. Yet, there was- a smaller number ' .ii men present than at a mass-niccling in Sewa,neel The iwvt jolt came when I found thai n it ' «.s ear ecnirhn.nn-, mi a line in aivtheT lmi ■•-! ' ihe -iiy, did noi kitnw ivhere thr [. ' niversity is located. -]« Am. r thai little lurpris , [ often asked conductors, In nijiilv parted (he city, ' " " lu- w:iy i- . ?he Univer- sity, simply to find " nt hew well-known the preat in titnltor i - t finntil thrtc mote lit ' ilm first! N ' ot only its il the k a cultured ones who «;il i: Utile interest, hut many thousand of the wealllty and iiiHufn tial peitpU- uf the city prefer 1 l ' " H ilu-ir sons, to small colleges. The lift of thv cre t ehy is. like ;i ea. and Ihe University i a mrnc liny island, forever subiniirfcd beiieaih the rearing; tides, .VI riinlv ilk- great l " u : %iT!.Lcii. iif Nl.-iv Vnrk. i hkair " , San Francisco nod llatiimure have lied for their H es fiotii [he hirfirr ol tin.- cities, in which they aT placed ; and it ■■■■, I (aryaid, s-iinaied in a city ol only .in IulihItvJ ilumxiiiid, i looking about for means of i- •- 1- :i 1 1+. " ijj-mi the Country, Stiffly, iltc wisdom of our ! ii ' inkr i En mc juKltfkd. Unwieldy with it , great number , tin- student- body of ilic preat University would In- ' Ewpelessly divided, ever were it built elsewhere. ' VUv- iinpos- xihLliEy nif welding together men of " varied w»rts. : 1 1 1 ■ I condition , the busy social lifv of the hugi? city, the thtlttr$, the restaurants and rendexvous, the h.iv .Ii-:;i.n4-t ' !s all conspire m break up the intimacy uf i.n. i- In. WEmmi i iu ' Il;l mtii hi H inevLtiihly this happcni i« I In, 1 city Universities, he witl take off his kit to the diffe™n iiil-ii of different talents who keep so many varied activities alive in the small University. The mm of the jireal institu- tions, divided iotti iraaJl groups, accomplish very mi n-.-li ::ir m. i, iIiilii the smaller srhiml can do — but the college spirit i missing. The larger the cits ' , the more mix- all men stringer , ami ihe greater is distrnzt, or. at Leant, complete indifference. For the one man among an himdred students who wishes to become n scholar, fn-r tin 1 mrui ivhn aim toward Medicine, ir?r the last year of Law and En- gineering Study, Ihe advantages of the great city are ncce fta.ry. ESm that is all. Setvartee i probably ihe only University in Ainer- i,:i u-liich eniiiml«L completely it entire neiphbor- IukmI. Thai is one if ihe utatiy reasons why it is On,. In-si college In the eoantry. Uttt w believe that it t» iLH-iNiy, ami ilnvmgLi (he num.- v. ill mane and itNiTv expand hi ht-, «miethitijj istor than chat, With out history ...f -cfvii ' t ' to state and nation, with our present constituency " ■ friends, umccrs, and -i thousand devoted son , eaeh year mole effectively ot aniKtd, with all tin.- unique advamtages thai are IjIlTuTi 1 ! I (HJ L ' l IlLT 11L Sl ' VLailt ' L - , llll ' Tl ' % L ' V . ' T V Tl ' IMJEI 1 1 1- hijp-.- t.-r, ilihI ni believe in iind work toward, ihe day when d«r schoobj ui engineering, architecture, law, tltHih Jiy and bnxinexx [riLLiiin xltall im. lite our (. ' iilKv 1 - ' ' ■ ' r " 1 it-day. v jit-H |o tin, ' schools erf the greatest Universities in this, country and aorqai -19- Brnlin Tow r, Library, iiul Wakn Me:is rnl Hill. DEPARTMENTS vv ■ ■■■ ' - .m i 4-. 5 :■ .• « ■ 4 Hi ■ Ej C i ¥ ' fi M ■ 5 - - - . «% L-5s k. ffGji ■ m Si,:M l.dM ' i 1 J ... I . MOMWIOaiZ mG MBfiMStff 15 geological CtltltU, filing, t ' lliifiii! Cii ' Ku-, cliii-w. efaowl Chhic hn- lt! IU W. U..1HV uinvl Si. Luke ' -: ] I T- vd1 breaks out Mi- n the slkll flight with inu ' ihiiijU at a jar. [t is % he hunch hitliit£ tlit crii tip " Jacob ' 9 Ladder " to the ivy-mantled tower of St. Luke ' s. Umv (note thai unearthly y«tl What li -L y.-n pay? No, IlicvVt not H:l1-Ca?s uhat ' f. ihe. ])ien.i£- ative of those ]sc-ri| l over at Miss Johnnie ' s yonder. Tea- cup Inn). Tlu ' y ' fr? Tltw- Iojjiks : ai least, thai " ihe pupular name far ilivm, SOtlle . ' LfL- Hill U |M -Ulhllll-. How many did yon siiyr About twenty-on anil a half, couming Malory. V ' .jli sen, he ' s rattier precocious; for while he is only laiH. lie bika-t the n Untidily nil " :l bishop. $Q,$axXm iit WilLiafn Further DuBose, Dcin Emeritus. 3 |.,i--|-: -34— You can o:e tlietn now as- thej p £3 lis. 1 1 they Vi-ry lip tbas hi U t tl it it f riniyli- hou e. itiey ' ll Iwar soinetBing t " I h-cir advantage froiii ths " Abbess. " Win. ' - that? Why, om MiLtnui, Miss. Hall. I knew Li. The amitli i.-itI window goes up. and the ,L Mk ' . " t„X - iiiH mil this embryo riot. Xo need of hth1-, " " II iv a s kiuiweih his crib. ' " ami so ilmiti the I ' liL-nli ,-iu-. Tl,-.- socialist subside. Lli-. stem countenance of the iiiiillLL r- Li , |]CT]iir {mm llie ■:i|wii window Itiade my b3imi| run ctiLil Let u e»tvr arn1 make reparation. KiiidncfE ami cuFilifllily mhiii drive away all disdain fiir our boisterous hilarity, and tier hospitable tpirii i- -s.:i n Jdndled. The ' Pro- fessor i if I " tis-Iiw-.i| and 1 ' iiif-. " a veritable pno- ■oplasi of culture, at in da bc i lc tlif tunli. ■siiiiu l-;ili -i;r:in ] and Pill- the lir uiili ««■ ; ■(, .-i.r;Lr stf- tion of the classics, wr burbles fi»rt1» i« animated atratflf " i grand opera, wink ' llu- other member »f iliv Senior Class, umpird with am artistic unshrmi shink i i lui. ' k ' -. ils [Hwc fullv ' u|Miik his- revolving pi-rdi and pushes the blocks aflil whites in soft ac- companiment. Bnl our hour is spent, a.nd reluc- 1 surly we must depart, leaving the " Abbe " •■ n- tented whli lw-r knitting, ami the jocular L-h.iir man mf the Sons ■ f Hftn indolently relaxed in the spa- ciovi M.hTris ln-fi-ijf the- lliclitrinp fire l n ]j the (Lir nly lighted, inijnasiac siair-way. within an archive-willed study, we find a handsome ascetic with his nose Block between the leaves of an ant h pie childi-wtd volume. Hi lf Lmlidj;™! room-mate si| iilly ln-Hin- i lit lire ami puff furiously upon a cdm-c " h pi|if in i lw production of an odoriferous an mis w»t altogether ' .k ' liifhiEnl. No place tor :i visitor, thU Hun,-, this racket nest door Feci " to promise revelry and amtwnenl at large. And what an a-si.rhn.. ni , :l!1 trying to talk at once! A iiuhIIcv. led by an abbreviated raws of forensic pray nutter accompanied by a resonant Irish baas with sonorous I ' lnladdphia jjlbkrrirdi |nter perscd k inter- rupted by pathetic wails from the love-ski: swain, and timid lv attended Ijv tin? bashful auburn-haired William Eluktll DuBmc, ActLne Dean. . ' :■ b ' n OI»e, Oh, it their ( lalcLT fwri-la I Iil- i " COUld I nil hear Ihcm. Surely, they arc rough-hon v sons iff Erin. transplanted to Greater Camden, -celebrating tliv seventeenth of March two nvojuhs lale. Suppose we but) rnto the Brm entry. Here upon tin 1 firnl roo t W di fi eer tOO blissful |ii Uil;ml bird . Logically, on - of them Otight to in- u- parrot-, as he hails from Nh- i ' ■ ; lnn lie ha evidently mm- munkatcd all his foqn cioiasiiesa to his room-male, 1 Jur Mexican Sehor is ksnnvn fur his winning smile and brilliant Learning: incidentally, he, runs an anti- quarian exhibit. ] lis ri Mm- mate is considered souie- ivtisi tji a enrLnMLv " -. ' I re ipiieseant illi sun rosa, " ' Eii ihe si-nnid entry we Bnd ensconced Lhe man If n ie 1 1 MisMmri, v, Ih ' i ; l 1 1 1 ] l l- l ' hIIx lor intention 111 litis Hal, Hi- ? a li clu ' lnir (a I ■ i. el i — ihe Inmate of a :ii. .iui-vIitv , vi-isi ' ly preferring -inj;I . ' Iilrssedness ti a room -mite, l ' .m lie is busy in his indoor garden, digging 1 up the Hebrew roots- and we ean mil ptay. In entry three we prepare ic make an assault •!| -.ii the First Landing, but are deterred by tlie gluist oi Cerberus. We have no " ' sop " to give ihe brmte " , and besides. We dtVli ' l cari: t i sn- t ' ivr- ■ : ■ ■► we try the door, opposite- Hen; we find I ' kitoand his wife; calling upon Hennes. t ' L-rfwfUw blocks oar retreat, mi we deride tm stay. I5n: wv lind wt are mistaken in hirti; in tUwx hkj nuieb tail-wagiginej. His mas- irr r hkj, prove less- savage ihau his pro isional cog- nomen wimbl imply. The cast of his physiognomy Suggests the Anglo-Saxon, ' " fi it lie is an Kiiglisli.- man " fxL Pirmhire. clMim 4, lines 11, if). Ilum ' s consort turns on! to he the i ort1y and :iri :ihV pu- tulant who relieves the organist at the agony-box occasionally. We escape whil- Cerberus clozes, anil climb Llirinijcli iltr window of the upper story to reach the bi-t entry, Pandemonium crisis iti the upper deck, The qnarlrllr i practicing; lm| niilv I he lirnor and baritone l rlc ng U v . Charming Liinple in H|il;Xf- tette — can h t sinp without inlerrupllnjc |he nub-ly with their prcrtestalions of inntual atfe linm, We pull out while the airs and feathers Iil-kiii m fly again. We would like; to call mi ' " l r. Ssilelml- i. " anil his better half, bui fi-ar oE the ipiartetie ■ li -s u oii. M ■imi si airs is the meeting-place nil " lIh- HomfletlcSoLUi.lv. " J " l i .-t .■ lmii ' i .-niyihing in ilie Vi aii id 1 Ji l;iiul [hhi jib-lTiisi ' f- hr lliei-r i noraiKe. TTiey have nlrt ' nHy deridtil ;l iiLimbrr id (LiK ' triiuil |i-.iiiis iti 4 -it have pujc lt ' il orthodox churehmen itice the Niiri ' iu- COunril. The o«e thing they lark is :lcl ■ ■rj; ii to ijublish their dissertations. They ' re K lh " inji on now. Heavens, what a racket! Hush, rliere ' s the Cjuartctte again. Wlm says St. I,ukes •s not the center of 1 ' iiiver-if. lif.-r ohcclofcicu! Stuiaftts- 1909-10 Anij|fn Kcv. Lertfji l ri , Vance. Aadie vt -, I ' .ilv.n.nl lirj sn. B,A.-- .-WII!irXf»Bi is. C. l-ljirlH r, llriirj- Vt-,iipt Mvni]iln , Timiii. Gtnrra ein, Bernard-. .................. .St, LogI . 11 , 1 1 . i r -. i - : . . J.i,!!!!! ll.uTn.-_i — Mew Dccalnr, All. JP- -liTi -■ -n_ l-Dtwrts ] ' " iii- it - ......... OwilwhMi, S. C .Pii1i3.it, Frank Alexander - . I ►_ _. 1 1 : ■ - _ T-cK - , l ifltlHiNt Mi1c " 1ih WfijilH. It.A. Sclrtia, Ah. !■-. X- .-_.,--;, || l.yuiiA, II... ...... ..nirmtltgllkm, All. Mictwll, k„- i,.,,:i Blind. If.A Siiuh, Tcim, I ' .rker. Rev. ClnV ' iK - J ' rime :iTl-. II..V [.aiirin , S. C. RriyrtHjiiil, kL-]£an:i1il Irriii., B_ , llA .-NdW Offttflf, I. . -kanlcy. IfcrtKTl K_ t» — . -,» Kahhritlr. IVmi. Vail, Synhiry l.n- - - Ww ►rK , _.ns, La. w. :i-i ii u , CUri, Jr ».-_ ..._ C-J-witiii. S. C. Waits, C3«!Tfle Quar, H.A. MaTiitowtK, Wta, l cfci«i|. J7 SENIOR LAW VERBUM SAFIENTI. n ■ j 10 Nt?iv If The Court Please, Defendant Company Is A De Facto Corporation! ' Ol)£ TCav? department j HS ilii: blessinps. uf life take their flight, theif lniiilih.---iit lMrtih. at rirsi accepted as a mere matter «f course, become mw and more patent tn th. that ae w»m c?i In- deprived of ii forever, Ami thus h is wii3i tliL- I-:l-l Depart m ?nL The deep c rntli and signirkaiKC ot this SUiemem Cjii In- rciiLixtd tn its- fnlk-si extent only by ch-Rt sur- vising K ' w who can cl-lviII tlte days when Captain M.V.. :il, it. in hi- -;iii-.ii.ini ui ilte third floor of W ' a1»li, pr4 !d.4 ' i! in li- ii.l majesty over lIk- a initial offerings of the Academic Department, Tlie reader ' ■■ -np -TfLcin.1 1 a.- ' -jiuininl with iIll- relative nit-iii- nf ilie two institutions may think it strange thai we «! ■.■ the word " offerings " in this connection. t., ' 1 n ji " iiTf sik-Ii ;i one, however, that there was a tint , in remote antiquity to be sure, when many a hopeful Academ, influenced per- haps liy i lu- gently insiiwatinfi remarks of the Pro- it-» i r of I-aiiii, liiifiK arur Spring linal fen ' In- calling i a lilirral education and turned his at- tention t« hc Common 1-4 w. At first ilie Academe looked askance «n tin annual deciin.ii.ti their rank? Inn - --r : ' ' ■•■ i - ' . i. mini ihuUiiMjIvea iiv.iri.il t. . the ttpCCtiCle, and, ill lliat highly superior u ' jlv thai ■!il an Academ can Compass, they comforted |h .-3ii . tv - with the pin I— -■ pliical reflection tliat even tlie best ■ i ' pa Mens requires constant uccdinjr Despite, however, this hamuli l_v attitude in ' the cadertis |h iwiiinI all tiling ■% n-.it Academic, and the no less scornful indinVn-nce nf the downydippfd " Ilie. il (fines, there a re few who deny, in this but year of its- incumbency, that tlie Law Department haj I h-i-i i mn iiiily a highly valuable asset, but in. " deed ahnosi n necessity to the existence, nf the I ' tii- -.■ ■T-.ii -. Ho man;. Famous alumni lias it turned nut ! How many knotty problem -. oi S. I. A. A. legiatatioji ha il not suitved! How main a stml.-ni. a physical wreck From overwork, ha ii taot hel- ■:ini frurn pnaomray and disgrace will hi pro tccting circle of its enfolding arms! Nome can tell, Certain it is., however, ai least from an athlctk standpoint, thai tlie place left vacant by the almli- :i,in of the Law Department will prove a sore pap in the vefy citadel ol stude ' VL life; nir is ikje the L.ini Department the very cunter-stiinv in in. which has Semi reared the superstructure -• ■ f Scwanee ' s fame - 2! ill intercolkglaie- sport? Xm)( i L ;m iknv it, am I e tMni li there — l i I ! remain a few ■ antimnted as to affirm tliRl a law «1hkj| -should t«ach primarily Law. and not football, they art- happily coming by gradual stapes to irali i- tin.- error ol " ihtir judgment. Vet ibis AlVJLki-ititijf aa ilu- pjrt id the Power That t ' v lias come loo Isle !■ " 8 v the Department ][ i- llLifrl Ihi HnvtlKc a L-Ur _vin;Ln I lull he hit ma(L ' a ntitlllte, aiwl i i utterly im|»o;t ible in the q-v n a hishop ' . Realizing thin, we can not condemn the action of the Itoard of Trustees in tins- matter. t ' ut to the credit of iIil- pre? . ' ■nt IV-an he it saii.L. thai coming ti SewAn.ee under the most unfavorable rniililiLiinls, 111 lia wmiijjhl ivihhUt in iIih, ' ScIuhiI nif I.ahv. Given n l ' ;iir rhjun.-i-, lie wiwht, wv are con- fluent, have htiilt up a Mepartnient that larger ami mure thoroughly equipped Universities might well envy; and though his. labors by arbitrary legislation are brought to naught, yet their iufliLuiiee will, we are sure, live on when tin institution of wltidi he La now iIl-l iiea l will have become » mere memory. 1 FiLt the lime i ri[ie fiNr LL-trliilti and a»he:f. Let us net be nii-LiiiiUTr-LiDrtiT| when we proclaim that the Law Department Of the Uiuvertity is a martyr to the cause of Learning, Lyman. ChiW. ' icy, bcin. Taw 5t uveitis 1 09-10 Flrawne, .My in Lou ' iJI . - Jkinphi . Ttnn. ; •. , I ' " t i ■ 1 1 l- r i -«•- tVii-r . ..A rm r ' ! 1-1 J- ; -l.l. I i- i ,;,■ 7,t J.-.. 1 1- 1 . ' J:,!.!-. " ! ' , .i- .1 : 1 1 1 1 l- , Horary WliitlwNL, [_].. IS. Uemptiii, Temi. !.. -r, Anhrry ............... ..Ihmshir-il, Trim l.c . Tln mn-- Jfffi ' Tsmi Mrn|c»l L Miff . ' ■l.ir-hn!l, KhIwii-hI AhIs«t_ Jr. Fticsnix, Arir. I .-■ .i-i-l .......Pflhu, Teas . Myrr , J..hn |l- bbui JirlHi ' his, Twin. k.i -.-. !: iih.h, (M-nrKi- Viii.iUk — Meinphi . Tcin . I ' -- ■. I ilinnni IVintkmi . 1.1, B .Ridimnml. Vm. —il- Tli o in pi on Memorial HiLI. tJtteftical " Department v Tine " iliTi ■iiich JirtL ' " judgnM-itc ju [ ] I ii K-r iltrraiimi brlflfi They ifi IhiI IchjK wlV6 tfUM ]n lrj.iip.ilorj ' Itiin . - H the things hi to-day become the tliiiie: " -f yesterday, and yesterday in cum gives place to yesteryear, History and Legend step in to u-4.-:ivl- ;lI k-liL 1 lit ' [ler-Miiis mill in ( itnlMiiis Lliiil Imlv - passed thai B4iblk indefinable glamour " of other days. " " And so it is mth the Mi-dkal I Jcpar nun t , There an- yet a few ■ i ' ihe ■ ihl-ur inhabitant! wlio fan recall the lime whim mustache ud fide buna wefe Hlill l ' ;L-lii. -iijiIiK- : v. h lii It- n1 lln; [iiy-tti ' TJLV- n ] 1 1 f t li. ' i. .r . if 1 lii.hii!t|»son ' .;h:il tin 1 »lTaii . r L , l y -vilIj- hIill ' hI rasp iif n jsavi ' . Ht ' h indu ' dcled. miii -lvd willi some mrrry whistkd rodody as the yonnjr M.D li. ' nl over lit dissect ini? table. Ikit (he land of the lliaraolis no longer sends Iivt sihi? M Si-wvin 1 : no bulge r mysierious barrels, iif " hily hooped ami headed, arc set down upon ihi- Italian plaiform to await ihe coming of the drayman, and wliiie-sheetecL ghoftf wiili chain and coffin mi lunger parade in mri-h-lighT ;Lrr;i ilum ibe Avcnm- V nights. Tor all lhe c tiling " - Uiwi- pn ed svjiii the pacing of tht old regime. To-day the curious Academ tint be- chance fliid Ii i -- way into thai deserted laboratory pauses hj speculate lijhui wbai manner oi men lived ami ivorliid among thai rl»t amy of empty teat- tuba ami renins. The iinliv-:-Lu:iU that COtnpOMd 1 IkL- Medical IH ' - parlmeni were mi-n lut -hat rcinemhers Ihe «u- merow gray head they numbered can deny the fact? Wlio that recalls the cubic capacity of a flail her or a Gillespie will try? And oil Commence- ment Day who will now reinforce tin- other Depart- ments., 6wvL[ill£ lhiiT nmiilKi ' -. iiml, iirrnvL-nl irt btiH. ' Hl-rn! E;lssi ' 1s iitttl j;;iiliIv ve ts, iMilslmn, ' lli-c I !■--!•. t |k " , liy rKLHHt of llifii tpltndtHir? Surely Seviaiiee lia l«K-t inneli of her 1. .ijil i-olmir; the typt ' S Ihat mad Ih ' t Ijiy rrL- And i]»ii|iif luox - i k| larU-i I . ;unl m- day we kar she is mu.-h like mhvr L ' niversi1iL-s. Again, wis it nol the Meds that kept tliL- curiosity ot Sfwanct at its normal pitch r ' 9n tin- ol 1 da s tin- ai)|Kflranee of a stranptr scarcely rnfrlcd the slit Fact of tin- piiml ■■ if Suvance ' s residential liEe r Eor to ihc mat fi ni ■;!■ ' ihv Monmain, hy dint of long usage. there urn Istu two categoric uineler which a man could fall., — her £ri iu1 aiitl acquaintances, ami — the Mcds. Win will -ii-ny tliat ill is ill itself, merely : ' i..im ji »nlutjirv -tmndpoiiif, uan tjum li io jnM.il} ulir exi ttitce of an even more petnirtabk rnstitu- iiiMi ilian 1hc S Iii-i ' . •: ' Mfilk-iiiL-? Some (here were so shon-siglnvd ;i- l dvctarc that I he- abolish men l of the l ]iciil department was a pood riling, saving that, so situated ami hi- equipped, ii cottld n0 heme lo compete with the larger EnslitutionA : tn.it the vast majority, realizing ' h-Lt iIiltl- i iciiiti. ' in hh.- than ihc men.- mastery of technicalities , L-mdd mmkntly it back ami deiy the UrKvr hi (itutkm to compete with Sewanec, What Li the death-rate anions tin.- patients- ot huh gradu- ates in Medicine w» iwiv or even three-fold that ■of oilier doctors, would not the ' " tmvcjJr iaire " and polish of [In- practitioner, acquired dmim; hi- - ' .;i;- on the Mountain, more than eompeEi aii: wjeieiy ' s loss: Tlk ' iv a fe hut Few who ljiii not realise On 1 justice nf lids claim. 1,111 the [ |iiiliim t 111 ' , majority hn- 1 1 :■■.■: i i iir ridden, unn! iln i Mt ' tLiiiil I )o|iaTtment is no more, Handicapped, Sewanee mm till continue, the Split that has placed her, and will keep her. in the s an of Southern Colleges. John SiYtly Clin, Dttn., —35 3ftc5ical Commencement. 1909 Vt edactarian ........ ..... .............. Sptar? Qwetl Turner K ?tiot GradUitt --■ D, C Dtnbiii Hydcr, B.5 b B.A.. Second Priie - Alrtitl till GaodLM Mltikul Students . ,-LU-,. tiny Wmildd . Alerts. Walter ft. —- ApC9«k, " ff iTibrid , ... Bill?}. William l-r .i. " - ItaLilnin. J.ihii Bnmi ugli--- Baafcf, Mm, B,A, Hanie . I ' lil ' liv MjrlurfB Ht-ll. J—hiii llendnt-n- ■ --■ 11:11;. Nihil CllJirlr B ■■ ii. l- ' lritlivr £-- hr.iini, Simiiel Alvin, IS. A. -■ Brown, Jinw Kshn Etniwn. J ' l-npli |n ' :plm» .. ThiSliTil, Claii ' iii Price.. i infill. GrOfso Edward Bush. Charlie ] - ' hthkt KillIrT, Tilbl ' hllbs r- ■ -i " |i Ii .......... Chapman, t K r Mammm. M A C ' ltiMiun. I.hirlirr Slieiui. » O «!■ ' ' IJisj ' . Jaime t ' r.LiiH I ' -,- " -...... C " ' ii T. j«Ftcr- " ni David. Jr -- JJtaHtitl. Xrfo — Foat, OWt I ' nsli- ' Ji Turn,, l.a. Wl) (Pi ■- ' , fij. - H dhotafville, K " . .....LaGrangc. Ga. k iiIl ' ts illt-, Ala. - - Itridiz.rVi ' ar.t ' r, Va. -Cilvin. OWi Mulilv,) " . M ■- Liinij-vill - Ky. C ' lvin, A In. Brookii Mc, Mjh Gr=iii-i. ' ' i ......... Lucy. : CoUinilt, Gn. V: i k ■ Imi in . ' I — -S|inf1aiihnrj(- H. C. Kenned} 1 , Ala. Police. F irru Hifo. v ' r.ii: . [ " rank Ciriv r ! ■ " n ■- 1 Oircin, " , . J ' . ' mm. CultMrtMIl, Hawlon JliniHr „.[ Vi-i tiLfr(i, Tl-ilii DaftHu t KIiikt K. r I- ' ,.--, i ' t.:.i IHclcsniUjii, Slariun Franklin. ._..._. Conway, Ark. IkiltOlf. JofCpt. Ki lurit tVnton PuTt, La. Elinor, Alexander fiiTii . U.K.— McKtftxil ' iV.in r-.l la-., 1 1 Huh OihinilHK Mi-ni|flii--, Tl-iiii. Fatvey, JaKniali Calvin, Ji -_.W r IK Tixm rrayjier ' ,. Hi ' iijj.niin |[..hi..n. M.D. ItnltiniHTC. yu . ■■ ' i i--i-. Ii , l.i-iir- Th.iiii:i- -- -- }|,iiiT,,e, l.a. Cindy, rillii ...Ellwvil ' r, ?■!:-■■ riilbcm, Mnrrj rtcsiion Lccslj«f(£. V . ■ ' i -: ■, J. iiiir- ' A .ilirr .........r- — Slivr, TitX , 1..hII..». ' . Aareiel Kllii . .Uurfr« rf»Tt , Tctitk Oahftiii, Jar) Pfnlc ■ Albem-ilk. HaTi-i ' M-ii. J;irn- B H ---Ermine, il ti ll.iriHTil, Henry l.iilher rSiwhiitsvillt. (ia_ Krintmann, Aaron I ' Jivid, l h ii. Si-yl Qilttu, l.a. HanniiiK. Kayni.iml SmrVkfl y I " lii l.-nl-i-l |i-li ■.■ I ' .i II- : i.i iiil-t-K. ITmIi.i ■■■ ' l- r-iTtnuUiL 13. A. Maya ■Gmr. I L H M.--,.S, Mhti [m.rjjL- ■ - McCarlcy, Miti Mill. iT-nitr-iiu-v JSinii.C ' iii- Lair " . Ark Hill. Lucius Divll, _Tf. SpsfS-i, Tl-iiii. Ilillyer, Flint Clifton, It. A. b ' cf Han-din a. Fla liWaKl, CbafiT Cllmoil ....... Gamer. Teia . Ilowell, Nathan. HmtMHt - a - lljnlfr, ft, Ci itiLttitiLK, Ei.A , MS. - ■- Mavrriclt. Tivi Ji ' ir. Hii i-it ' ! " !■ ■ " ■■- ■!■! -- — - — ■ i ' - ' fl-- I. Qfcli Joof . William En jar, — I ' hunrrvilk. Alfc JordWm, HriiTy Wublrcton — ... Fcm4 rlcrine, Ala. Ji e-iU-ii. J.iui-.- Sijfsby -FoKll HofM, Ala. Kcltiirr. Trju-rli . l!i=ii .................Riplry, Tl-iiii l.alhriir. Char ' i ' Ki ' Keiir Mills ' Clerk. La. Lrrfh. Jknti Cnj«— ------ - " ———-- " Gwfcen. Va. ].j-..ii . _r..-.,.-]iii iiiiisy .__.— ._.■-.. AWwriUc, l»a- M-. I. " iiii tiv. HiTllt Warren Sitns ' ljor.iL La. MtDBI, John IvUlmi •■ -■ l yU-. Mi« Mctlv Janm Alexander ' f«iriL Ga- VI-.-i-. I .iiiirl--. ...................... Dallas, Tl ' si? M....TO. (iill- iill Stl ' l ' luMIN ....-_Sek J. M - Mcirris. Walifr Sfnii ISInLiiit! vilk. All MorrifiMt, Mark Ctnrilt - ChlUpnoafi, Tewl. Marrow, Rnbrri t h T..»L ' r Wcsl Poind ' ..■ Miif|iliy, Chtrfal P -re y.. ............. PhilliiishiLirif. Kan Xelligen, Walter -..__. Elluca. . V. ?ics itlir, O. Clyde -- Oilier, Tenis. Ogle-, j ' riin Willi - — --- .Sevirrville. TVnn. Parm]ey P Tim ll i.nt , v. " Ohijtcv. Okl . I ' a, ,cr«ni_ hriHikn RiTiVir, It. A. .Wood in IT. S. C. Palluu. lidf-ar Alien •■• Clay, Mi- . Pereira Leal. Lmiis E ' ibl-t I ' aj-ar-il-.-. I ' ..n., i-.- ■■ 1 ' ik-licr. Cnirjir Ri|fj Kicknur. Li. Fiver. Gc-orge ' t ;i lnri|£?..i .._..—. ..Alio. Tenri. Pipit- me, Fietro Joseph -t-alt.tnufr, Md, Powell, John l-.itiiA] 1 ... ...... ........... .Vardaman, alii , Fre triHJse. Etenili:. Allen Mlftin ' l Mill. Testa . ! ' ::■• -M.nl I lLlh.k-r - " n - CuvinKluAL TfU " . Fri 1. HmI«! E.- — - " -- Ttl -, Milt. Riinyan, J«hii Calvin -AltxrtriJte, Ala. Ruiucll, AJfctri Theodore.... VYill.4iba.Tc, Pa. Sam»n Ti,«. l.in Feline MlJ ' i Cue , P ti» Ricu. Seymour, I ' .itnL J,l nur SniLforH. C Shaddix, jaincr. Waller. K. - -Mirietla, TrsAi , SMpIh-ie, William Allien- - nfcHiflii. Ga. Stbcfl, L :.-. il I- i.i ' iu ... ......... - AJbcrlYillE. Ala. Smith, ClinT- ' iH J-larl ■ — MeKcmie. T«« " . SptftT . V ' illiBin Thnmas- H.-lEi laj-. Mk. Slanics. Cliarlr " . EnnunerS .Aicadia. La. Siell, Kenneth Ma.lt rim Ctl»rlt l« T !va , Sliiihiipi. Loub ■-.-■ .............. Can1..ii. Mi Simniiers. H.Ji n l.ee .....JiuBiriia, Olda. Tjiyl«r. Otulk Rr - e« .... Linden. Texu II it 1 1.— - -- 1. It-lit ivhimlm liV ' rtfuielinTe, Ja- Tln ibi|, " i5i, X I r, r ■.- 1 1 - M. dbbe land, La. Trivia, jfnninii, WalLcf — GiafL.-iH, W. Vi. Turiijer, Spcane Owen IJeKiuMer, l.a. ■ , ' 1-1 .. .n. WJUJt f, .|rll ............ .TirjKril S-|hrili(t-., Pla Wpllocr, Sain EEeiMkr»i ni Ci-liiiitliiaiia. Ala. Wind, ImIihI Itenjamin.......... .......... — —Cmk, Ga. XViLliaini.. FnBeb Marion ■-- I ' li-nii ., , ' , C, W ' raifhc, Charle R " j. hi ' II N ' aLcher. ?•■ i?.?-. y«Utlf, Frank Penivick, Jr., tl.A............Afah vilLe, La. i ' ininiennnn. Jame A1Ijci " [ V.csi(iiiir!Sicr. Sv C. .17 Hoffman MtmarLiL Halt. rollc$£ of .Arts and Sciences i T ih witli fear and trembling that we lake our pes in liiiiil [-J extol ilie manifold viri ' .ii - ;iiv r , ■n:;LiLV.M ti.-il ;Lili IlIi- nf ihf Academic. De- parim. ' nt. t ' ' " r where i tbtTC si in ' munn n tji-Il jis 10 suppose lhat, ■with all his kill ami inyr ' nniiy. n- cotilcL even hall succeed in so colossal an umk-ruk ' iit£? The lunU-rlyiiip principles that govern the T iii%L-r - :itr beyorte] analysis ins. I sd». t pfai c, and mi ii is, wiili this, She owner-stone oi ihr University » 1l:i- I mII, ' -l- of Art- iiml Sciences. i:-l v i tls the Academ themselves, thi . EaCt, that 1 y now has become a matter " f tr;iiljn.iii. mjieiher with tlieir inbred sense of resi o» iliility and im- portance. i (I it- all-dumiuaiLrif factor in their col- lege existence, T.i ilic Academ hi mortar-board iviih L(s black tji - -■!. hi- gable robe with iis sable button — a uniform. n -oher perhaps m he entirely consistent — is a more provid ap|wnM than ever decked an emperor ' s body-guard, The people Familiar with tin- life and working of tin,- University, the U-adcin will argue, will readily understand thi- pride id race: for do they not know [hat. shorn " f the 1 Jepartnietii. of which he is a mem- ber. iIil- name " Sewanet " would become nsereLv :i [iTm i-.f hi-.ll. i« ivs. .njiin-i- 1 IV. iln-y not realise ihat, were: the College of: Arts ami Sciences abol- ished, r t .mI v the University, Inn the entire solar system would undergo a ulnjle series- of cataclysmic readjustment s : An.l ljeinc; prokiitniJly, convinced of ihir jmpor- larocv of his I taparinu ' iti, :nnl .if hiiii lf as an inir- gral pare thereof, the Acadcin gathers therefrom a certain bearing of superiority. It is not unusual lu fiinl in ltim a temerity thai persists i " proclaiming lr- i.wn tscclkiieics in thf face ol the incredulous Thcotogiic, or iltL- cver-studiott members ol tlie Law Department: and ■■■,... m thr Iti-Iihijh. ivlio, during hi- puriotl if " ratcjr, " fail Hi btCOlUt im liLii ' d wiiJi tlie |ir .:i[K ' T ]iirii!. T.i Snch :l ili ' K ' W in llti idi ' ji ' M |uirl i-andii|i :ni l hn ' AltV tatried thai Its hem ' fie nit Liillin-. -[■■«- i- -liihiv- fiU ' nl upon ;ill uliki ' . 1-| it wIil-iy is there ii niJHii in lite whole University who will md flfclarc that toe great Dojrnia of lie Middle Apes is exploded — tlaal no longer ihe Tope, but the Dean of the College ■ il -iis- ' •- itiialliliLi? Xnr is this magiifk-eiit loyally and |triik- luiilt ii| iiil a purely transcendental haais, Lm ii is the nat- ural outgrowth ci great things accomplished. Has not every Aeadem bees tried i " tie fire of Latin I? Tn iht members of the other Department iht fttH-fledged Vcadcrn it a person to he held in es- Irvni. if not in awe as a being of superior meiiLility miiI vaster | « item i alii Lei. Ami, sirangL- in say. I In 1 Aenlem does not retent this attitude. The Law School m»y prodrtce prOpOrtionattl; the Krcater number of athlete ; St, Lukc f E may be the habitat of embryo lii liup : but lli»lTinan still maintain? - 1 i-i i brain i ureal er than brawn and mightier Mian gaudy apparel, and thai while :1k- Ae.idi-itt some- lillleS I tee em la mi iLmlui r thn. ' SH, ' virtue , neither tll ' r.a vver n-tr lhe Tlleiddtfue li;is ever brOOgbt about SO 1 ' IljiI ;i l ' i iri LLCiiniinliint. And •■ lei wi-fy i mt ' that holds (he interests at gewanue dear join in reciting the praises of the l e- part] " Tit th.ii. COmpOttd of the yemnjrer men. still |k ' i-i-in: jn tliiun-liiiii; in piii- of the condescending h L-nitioi.i mi iiu ' J ' hei ' jlocucs. already on tiie shady hide of life: in |iiu- «ii llic annual legislation of the Schedule Committee; and in spite of the Winter Term: the Department that is. and ever will be, the mainstav of the University. Si. Gearge Lc-ikin SiuLiaim, Dt n, T3t 4 Colkftt of " Vtt amo SckftCt Stattnt . 1909 10 Gradual Studrnti Albert George Branweli fttrintn, B.A. Thornu Atiiuetua C x, Jr., K.G.E-. ■ •- Richard Bland MJicheLl, B.A. Refined [fvi K fityitismi. B,5,. B.A- — Silai WiLliimi. B.A. — -Mobile, Ala. Harris. N. C- SprinKftfLtl, Mo-. New Or1ea.ni, La. Grcxrmllt, S. C. Cl u of i9ifc President — ---. --C J, WhLifharnE Vice Preiiieni . ■ -T. P. Sumt SKnttry ' TrtBHjrtr . ...... . F. Austin Au tiri r St ' .- |hliti» Finis. .--., IHIisdL GfrttTf U :l-..-i l cckwitli. tLilmniKl Jinir ' in- Curti . W ' llllit ' lL JiriL ' llLf . San . itti iii-.i r Texa . lr,,.:n,rl.,M t l ? la. Ainii tiin r Ala, .......CuluitiriLi . Cra. l- ' ccblijf. Allen r_iarLhKvriRli( Wilmington, S. C. CriierTj-, Alexander- - -Charleston, 5. C JltCrav-m Kcusiwf S ' itlM«1 L Jr. II ton, T i . ' :■ . ■ , i. IihtIo Smith. Jr. I ' WTaiii, ] .ii£a KcdericQ I ' llfliCUe. Joint lvHiiHI .- Sharp, William llarnaril Mi, in-. I I iii:i. I ' luJ-il Whitfield, Henri- J ilch lYhiMhornt, ClinUMi Jt-rvs . — FntikllB, Thmw. Mexic-i Ctiy. hit . Siu.lllrr, ' Jill Ka llinlk, TcfUl ...„.- -Ofldivnitr, Tenn. OjI ' IulIjh-. M ' W .hnnhin. " JY mi ClaMflf 1911. Vice PrtnUknt Sccrciawy - Treasurer If fault. Cliarks UrpnilUj ■ C lfin, rrai fh J M ' |iri tl-iivclls- Fatillijnb rry. Frank ALbrri ijnllirmtli. Richard William lEehmn, Henry Pattern C. B. BtalMi -F. A. FauLkmtierrjr -B. F. C mtro»i. Jr, ._. ■■•LoittliTJIIct, Ky. — . CHicajstfc III - - iUanL-hir, Temi. Wivtrly Hill . C Grtrnvillr. ll» Jiinn.ird- William AiiruKm Lonu-ville. K )-littKtnt t, Juki Tudtcr ........... !?s-i -k i il Il-„ Fla. ilullin . J-. [liuflttw SanSa, Fc t T BI StoTttjT, Jtnu-i Uoaa— -— CmndiT. S. C. Wfitfcl, Ciiafirs ynnilasi! Albany, da. — -tf- C]i of 111?. PnaLdcnt ...___.__..___.. . . . . Vice PretJdcrit Srcrelary-TreaauiEr Arisi ' iri ' .Mi-f. (h.irlr, Jnvolixtfl " i,Vn hiiiKl«Mi. D. C A rifles. rJlniniMl Campia.ii - liirrniri hriiti, Ala.. Illi », Kranm Willi mi RoyMet -N«w Ymfk City. N If. BMW31I, William Keifry rhilaiJL ' Ipliin. I ' m LnimiMn, IEenja.min Pr.iiiklin, Jr. I ■. r i ■ 1 1 . 1 1 1 . ii ' aa Cfatvn, ll.-inv Chafhs. |f.-- - ChJi»lcsEi3ib. , C r, " . -I -. I- ip. jcfter ..u Miaiiruc .......... Fayttityjllr. Terr. CracTrJc, Grow k:.-v . fctra.«lla.uil. Arfc (r .rktlt, Juijtt Cave — CartvHidnlL-, III Eiwliy. EbkkEi . - - - — .... -JltTnptiii, -,i» Kihi-ri-l.; - J-i !=■■- ■■ Alkm -iEaci-.il, tin. il.nL.r. J- ' mnk llogrt - McmprN , TenTi. J. C. CTScktlt E. N. SUBKen ............................ S»TiistL SmdifT-t Gill-cm. Alvan Cullcn. J r. Scu-niicf, Trnn. Gillwrtac,. [ " r.iiil-: M rj£iD.. ................ . Atlanta, fi.i. Cl.i), Vrii.,ii Sli.nnKi.it N " astlV(1lc h Trhn, Harriia, Mbtkhi S«mkr . -WilminHjiin. X. C. K=i:iciil, H.ll-.iuii rVillbBWHl j.i-. k.-iilviHe,. Fla. Ak William , Alfred Reeve PliilaiLel|iriia r E h a. KiijjcH, Tln ma- Graver... .. • Ik-kiiL-re, Tcim. SsfiiiKKx,, Kdwin l,fU K " ft Hill. S. C, Sugaring, •■ ' fph Waiktit . - - Slirev |hiTt. l.a. Staffer , William U«wtlryn .— . Rfim-m. Ala. Sutcliffe. Sninncl - Ptiiladd pl ' hi . f ' -t W ' ltiir, Unpifct- ftuachnw-y, Jr. . ....... .Jnckn .hi,- iLle, Kla. Cla i IW 3. President Vice Preiiderjfc ..... Secretary - Tf Mjuret ATiriilr-.iii, ' . Yilli l , ' rit , r ..n ■■ ' nniliin. Term. it ill, Pilil GVrvriix . .... I.. •-:.n -|- ri. , iLnrKtr. KrtbX Alarj-vilk. TTiJn. Clu.itH, Paul Thulxpn.. - IE-.ii.fIuIii, II. I. I.II1-.11!, Jm1ij.ii . ...... .. Wa-yhfihiiri ' it fla. Kari-h. 5t«|»hen Power Smaller. Tciia, FapDmcr. Samuel Smart................. — HtlfM, Ark. PieJd. Eu( M (. " ak«T(, Texas " . Kinlay. Kdivnrd -t ' liiiKnihr-hjjj., Trnn. Sinful-, SftWTHk ............... SlH-|ilnnvi1l Tl Tcis x. Gillelt, To J Fbrd Tampa. Kla. Randolph Leigh J, H. Gof 1 hi S. P. Parish GfiTduii, Jnrin llnrirr ... ... Anni ' lnit, Ala. Greta, Mfani Afbtrry, 111. — Dalfcai, Text Gran. 3 ' rank Nash -■ - Nayhville, T m». Goerry, Sintiiu-f CrmrlwUsii, S- C- HawkiriH. Mnrray - -JLetaanvillt, Fll Er .a.|f, V ' ici. r - ChitaR... III ir.iliVn. Eli.--, a - - 1 Sli:if]i. PaFallta. Kin. jVritea, Et ' .laml Ward, Jr. . -Grenada. Mini. E.fifEli, a «dolj4i Gmuda, MSm MaliTj-. .iliii Grt){ " , Ty AltKmarle, X " . C IfKnifilii, Eliigli ?i w.arc- -. Dalla . Tt-xa M M-l: :. " i- " - I ' ii-lip M k i Oy, Mes. Milkr. ISurkt-t: .- . ' I ; 1 1 1 ■- ■■.!■! .- - C In a 1 1 : 1 1 1 - ■ ■ ■ :_ : . i Ti-nii SoKnberc John . 3ihh ii ■ ---•Ftlitbt, FIl timilh. IjC l -i Iti.jlu EliMiiM ihtiin. 17a. iiy, annex IJunn r Jr.... .............. .MirlixrinuilL ' , Kv 5U|gtTt, Rabtn " cwl nl- — Ben I ■■». ' i ■• W-wlewlt. K-dgew I ■ -il Sl«-irer r F.nptnr .. ............ ..Alison, TtXM, Swaift, j tfl! Riiiidpl » Dallas Tctlw. ' Jarpky. Juhii Iviljell -.,.-.. -..Albany. Qa. U ' Iwm, Cnw Sftjr ....... I aMa», Tf «, WMtM, idiobs Holision Shfevcpotfl. Lai. William , Allinuii Ridley.............. T lsom C it), Mi» . .KfcMiBd Park, III. £ 1 3 Qulntanl McmoriaL Hilt. £3l)£ Scwanee Mtilitar? Academy r.RE v.l- tiillt-a ii|h:h (41 trace the history ol tin? Military Academy from its incept km, v would accept (he lask wiili pleasure. V-k- Min astounded, dear l-i eader. -at such an igotistie assertion; it is necessary :mly l Tfni.ii id urn rluiL tin 1 Si " waiter Mill laiv Aeack ' iTiv has; mri yel eiHll- plrtv l the second year of its existence. Wipe away yunr tear , though lh llji ' iiptit that the irarnmar School l a ceased to he lills your heart witli grief, l- " or sueh grief is. uncalled for, even if you arc tempted, a.nd sorely, ii give way t " vin.ir furlinE " ht ' rnuse iIll ' uanii; you l " v t il ha 1 ii. ■ i-i iliauK I- Some «f us are not sf» successful in liaiuji njr a name we love r no matter how creat our personal chirm may be. Again we s;iy, ivljh ' away VflUr iLflTS for the yrcnl |»ayl wliieli riM 1 .- likr ;lii i ril ) iT :f£t1 a.hhlc fortress behind the nunc ol Sewanet (jfjimmar Scltool has Board Nif " friflees, " to bulwark the more academic name, Scwanes Military Academy. Such a Iwld dash, and well-executed maneuver! We tan not recall In all hisiorv such an one as ihis. Still, evtiL the powerful and t tU isi si- OfalOTy earfiucL jdiout hy chit Iuiiliit i I I rHylee . cajL iinl iHi ' iItoy wilh ;i in Le hlow ihr ' t riid H ions and mcrnork ivlmh l , . ' i ' .ir and ,1ml,- ;■ I ii in -, ' u- " lil- est and therefore most honored insci- i i.i Lii m on i hi: Mountain. From Ck-neral Gorgas down to the prrxertl Srinij; 1 Il ' jmIiil j-IlT. i n ijjiv - ' hi trMfked tat life of the Acadetny, -i ( i by step she has extended be cam- paign until now she is on an emial i " i h n j tig wi t h any other Col I egc 1 Tepan alory School in the South : ami is. ready at any time io iakt- under Ikt h ins any ambitious you up man accompanied by the- necessary gold dust. Ami how itios l oys do scatter the- dust ! hi-m iTiin £ -rrH. hy ihi 1 mighty vetting jjiiwer ni lht- As a resid:, ibi Supply Suite i i ■: h i-t n- i l- emitled Ediix Krtrnun Stronn, HiwlmMtcr. ■ ' Cadets ' H«v(b . " ) h Installed a new liquid dis- |■ :l- I And now inert is another chang? which wt niu t IDtt, and Iliac is tlto removal of eh . ' kciurir moiiij from the Chapel Square to (III- Academy ' s own Cam- pus. Whai a joy and relief to (h? " rat " ! The Loup tramp From l Ii-l- cLiirminiry. laden vi tli the books ii Lii " mi]htuit " a well -f ' ■ " ■■■ own, no Lonptr iN|i|ifL ' shi ' him, The dust j road no Ion per feels the irK ' n urd tread of his unwilling feet. For ;lIL itii iW vn:(vn£ soldier is grateful. [. ■! iim chlage the subject, for we ean hi»i jLLLimv Mn-h H in opportunity as this 10 slip Ipv. We Would firs! draw your audition to tike (.hvhwl-xm. i the I 1 Lj.r i ' iiIi on the athietic field. We nt«d not men- L i •: i bi their intellectual attainments, lesi we di them an injustice, I ' m as athletes llu-y are as skilled and rlarinp as Joe Mmrvis ever was. Many urn I prL-at victories arv entangled in their claws; and no ■uatx can ever learn the art of celebrating quite as well ■ ■- the yCrtngTlget, S ' iju- fnir fl gj i piipM, ' n1 iJie. Ilk- («ivi- llu 1 mini I:! within the halt Laments, Quint a«L IT?11 is i Il-c wene hi] nearly all s( ial function — ami they arc many— which come within (he sphere of the Cadet, hut nn i iLotahte is it for the lime-honored " rough- li-iM-i " wilkl ' i M-!u-1u I :n- ynuig in.-.:: M in-M..! hi- U-ittper likt,- a vat-Tan, and Hi |hntw ? Iniekrt of wnl r «-ith ;i l;Lr:ninj; fcCeUFaCy. Ami iihiii ' iU ' it, ivi 1 inn-l m»t invr).»k, itn mailer how brief OIU StatCto may be, tti-c- ventures- of itic Academy youth into the realm of l nn Ltipid. Many a time doth tin- L ' ni- I ' creitj lover, outwardly w dignified, shiver when he tliinkelh niH ' iit ki j k vi unity rjval " sleeping, sweetly skvpinj; " within Quimwd ' a Knanlvd lialU; and truii 1«njr :lh lie ff.tr the Jay when, in some MlC- ceediag generation of the genus Prc liTrtan, ihar same his rival shall lie defenceless in the dead of night. " C) Sleep, yon ape of death. " what oppnr- [Liniiiuj, you offer For (lit discomfiture of tlic " rati ! " iiil now. It- 1 n- proceed to tlie parade pnoiLtid. where the recruil must learn the u-olmicalities of pni-lrandlinjr. and i he stride ptevcnTbcd by ihc tnan- i.l nl, Tlii- ■■rili.Tv citine tlurk ami fait, as tlln.- Jihh ' k- wards |uad is iH ' inp initiated into miHtary mysteries. " Halt. " " tiuide right, " " Trent. " ' H y, you [lijgi ' rtii-rtted riHiV , " ' bawls out the eotdmander, " i-imr fi ' t will Stay asleep if you keep em tunu ' d in thai iv:iv. " Thi; iiM-rah answer not a word; be takes it out in | hinting- The- minmaiider loofcs the aggTCJia- ihhii yier. a»d swears he nn-vr sa v a more dil-api- datvd bunch of won Id-be soldiers in his life, Then, when ranks are broten and the " raw " reeruits have filed away to the armory, lln comrainder saunter eatually imn iliu HeftdiuasLef 1 ■ n-i..-L-. and swears ihal (lit year ' s (-ripp i [In- ei h.i I pfiiiEUMiiy inalirn;d lie lias- yet drilled. And -:■ it %••• -■ Krom daybreak to taps there is always a plethora to be done, ] treat fast , whkh would -:iti i ' y ihc most esiaeiinr; epicure, is followed by prayer — a tnott toxical sequence, Then classes come in rapid succession, n» lie finally terminated by the bugle-call for dinner, the most joyful blas-r. Llic ™nn(j musician fan afford his anxious comrade . Drill, and tome- times study, till the afternoon for some - but many steal away to view the snivel " with :i frit-nd. ' " And nniL ' e again the " man higher up " wonders whom she Ii.:n1 th i " iLiu- " with. " Rest cnitifis ae Lungi It " 10 a tired body, and the buoyant yottng lOH] sliiis iff tit dreamland, Sh may your sleep, and your iln-anw toio, be f »e inL 3 osUr of £d d.ft Graduated. Jiirar. I9M. Gudfftr Cheshire . — N " r(Ti Captlinii l ' r ' . ■: iiiiiii l ' " iriL ' C " ii .... ■ . i-. ArVuHM KiliL rnJ Fiiiiaj- ... - Culutfado Si-ivui fjitafte -Tl ' xi jiFltit I [ iiTEc-r 4jiinti it ................ ......Aliii.in-:i Murtay I Ian-kill-- I " " I ■ ■ r i ■ I ; i HriiNl i][ih l.rixli - — - M is?-i ■■ ■■ : ■! ■: Kup-r Dod Wdftrtt — [IUboHj Fifth C1W4. Th " ma Ijcvi AlilHrit — — Trus Gay T. Andtrfruit ....._...._.._.._.. ..... ....TV ClUflr V. 1. flnrli TrrtthrsMrr Howard Willanl On it - - Kiufpb IL S.iillNlrr-, IfXlrtiJjll . .. ?. I i ■. ■ i - - ■ | ■ | ;■ i KofMn IJi ' .knian M 1---.1 ■■ ■■■ | | ' i AkIXEklh M. FarrKVLiiFlIk ..__.____.__..__..... TlaS Ji-:i:imiii- I- ' , ClUcm — ...» .- -TtlllKIKt Fran K-Ott Ktny S lT k WeJITwrr H. Hurl»i n Tens 1.r-i-|jr II I r-.ii- ...... .. ............ . Tf-KiS W. ItcTnicc Loartej TcDDettM Andrrv. I ' M.iu;v, ■•■! S iili 0.rchlkiia Hilliar Rvc Milltf -TtnnewM tli-r.-n My riL Temtpswf EjiiAFH-iiii- T Thfiim Mississippi L. Cirrisioii Th ' -nip- " ' !! Ji-rbra k Fourth Clus. John Writ IlinlrH TefltteMee Albert A. EUinliiilrcr TL-iiiii- " -ri- W B«n Tl B l«f ... -. - Tcnu s e l " i-|-r I li- -ti iii -. i!iiiu,!fi T(!lllt " fr Cli3Ttt . Churchill 1 1 11 Lotiifiaiij Spcrr? W.iiiin 1 -k ...... Mtujtiippi I ' aul Claris {iunhy .........Tl-xjls W. Thcrrrl 1 1 ■ -li .. California IJVfs.t ]3, Marshall --- Kentucky J " hn -Mil [ " 11 filltlll , .- - 1 ■ s . .. Jvn-r I ' DomhII LanMuna lli ' .liard S. ](ii|iiitMML - ....._..._.TcxM John ]l. R. PickcM ---■ -—■ -T nntM« (?fil«f( Mm-rU Sinith Tin L J ■■lin [.. S| ' itr]iii, }r ■ - - ...._.... ..............Ti kj.-, Arthur Xlf, Trmh- hn . .... . MlnittMHI !■ ' . l.i-clcni.H.il fii. ' ]n -- Louisiana l r . Jif--i?-| Ii Vi ihitoltlivid ..—._.._..—.. ...... Allium Third Clan. It. lliy,i.i- il RiriKf ...................... .....AIltwiHl Witaoa M Hjfc H in-cjr — TtntitHM 3 ' niL Pieman Cameron t(nntffi S run II Ml CliyMvn ...... ................ Mi-.- ' -.sijifii f. tiniUir Crtwiiovef Tcnimser r l ' M| ' l I! Dgpglaj ............. ...... T-fiiiii " ft |. Canlitcf K|i|i!c t " ii ........ hriuntu f-.i- I.lbili. l]i.1l W, CtlTllhff ---- -...-._.. Ttlii: i- ■ ■!■■■ j..|in Krmiclt |Iih|imii -— ' Ttxti V. lilatkliiiTu .Martin •• ---■ -_«-ArkviiM4 Edw xd Arthur Xiini.-r . .-_...» I ' liiriiln llnni.Tin I ' nTkur X ibLe lnlimnn Dnralil h UciHitn «——-.—..—..—.—..— CeargJn Aii-tin ]5ull Kcircts. S mlli Cir Hm l.r iti ISriei Swispttc -- TfiUtrUi i S I! V. i! l:-.r ii[r(im ... Tflllltf ' H ' W, Speafemaii Yalt - Florrti S 44ftd Cl W- !Eiii H. And« Mn m Jtnnct.t e Gt ' nai ' ].. Bilc F - .- .Florid IV, Masnukr ftftUnby ■■■■ trforu llamlrl Cc A Burton ...... l-ouiaiaiia Henri W. Cdutawi — T«nnf«fl W T.i.a.r IJcuuclam. -— Tril: |].ni:il.| M Rwfofl — SJiMttruri llirwy C. liardner .Tennew« JwclfU L. {Jrimsliiw Kurtli CtnJii " C. L ' redcrirk |l.ir..-,,.k _.._.. Rttffdl 1 ' j.nl French H.awliin ......... ....Ttnnesucc Jin«i Itriirj- lliviYt - .- - M i - undpff Merlin A. J«»y. Jr. -TiKis- Mi- i ftnl ' iiK r-!ril::. k Ki rlltllf ky Jimr II. M«L " h- -. Jr — UlbtSM i ' .iv ' i- M k:IIILilL .............. IKI ' lTnl i ' I [ 3i- 1- Xhlln . ...................... -U ' . ' i ' T il r . II. S. QuintnTd ---- Nrw Tfo»k Jitlllt HnliL-n l:i-i. ' l - - ■ ■■- - -i Tci " ' :i thdinnu I ' iiniiiltin — --■ Georgia Elilinit 3 3 rati Vhiliivri » ■■ " -: ■ Earl Martin Wyley - li-,-,:- I ::-. CIul Lyman Ctlllkkj. Jr. - -Tf rut--,.. }. Ltldlty Con I son ■ T«M1«« Wei [hnf i.:i.,i,: l. : ,:,, --,.. Willi haac Hawkins Trtt1W K Chirk A. Hn-kn., .. - - Trttl W, Homer Kklui»»inl. Jr. ,.- - -Tett«MCfl AitmNi Hltwiiian ..........»...... - - p-Te«ftci e LlWRHH E K - Tont|l1riru . ...... - — (j " ' rs !i Afltwr }, M. Vil in - -Mi - 51 Sum Luke ' s Chii cl. raronam+ BO BERT AKTON HOLLAND. December 2 i. 1404. JOHANNES ADAM QERTEL. December 9. IW9. BENJAMIN LAWTON WIGGINS. June 14. l»9. MASON CARTER. December ]£. L9W. ANDREW MOORE. Jimuiry 11. ilia. CHARLES FREDRICK LONBERG. hV!:iu.iiv 2. :-J!0 CLARK WARING. A lift lit I L L 11B. GEORGE CHAPMAN ABBSTT. WILLIAM BSOWNLOW AIKEK. December ». 1909. KDWARD SINCLAIR. January IT. lilu. -a— SewaiteVs " painter MX tin- Memorial Hill, si lln- Ctfuimnial K hm filiate, in IS7 i, a larse canvas on one of tin 1 walls at the American Section atiTacietf more than ordinary atii-mum. 1] was enthled in I: hi- calalrviit, " The Shadow of a Rock, " lint words painted in lest letters, upon the hnmnse pill franu ilisclosftl ilir inc-aning of lIil- painting. " A man hliall hv M nil hiding place It. ill tile wind, and a covert from the tempest; as river? of water In jl dry -I ' ll,- ihidow nf a groat rock in a wear; liiml. " — IsaLftll s: xii Other tCXtS |i.v-|U-i| V | ii an lb fr.-mif ( " Attd tlial Rock ivas Chris . " ' and " Sa mil ill-fit J ' P (Fiav ■ :-l i1 ;i:n " l • ' .Th-H. ' il Ihi dcL ' -jinl l.bi in- terest taken in the picture, and. to fun tier i-xidain its apirilual s-iguineaiice. lnonuki {kvc1u|ifd lb Faec ihai ihr painter was a Bav.vi:m I ■ ■ birth, and had studied art in Nuremberg and Munich, where lie- had fftnt l a a " tnifjrai- lt ami had lIlLIS ac- quired li:- iv:,-K-tv i,l 111,,- Jirt ■:.] " klKrillg, a exhib- ited in the decoration ■ T the frame cd the above liiecure l that In.- wai- then in his fifty-fourth year and was living in Lenoir, X. C. if hen lie had inn .tiK- a sunlii , Inn a iiaris-h: for he had COitte Mi America in ] ? -P t and had umliii- -n r u-jK- in New Jersey, Xl-iv Yurie and Kln.uk Island, where lie had consecrated his art to Christ and the i linn-li. ami hanl lint a few years previously taken Orders in the Church, And ii wa fnnWr Vannd thai he was thi? {.ui im L-r 1 i i-T the original fif a very familiar picture, " Rt Ir of Ayy-,. ' " uhkh had snf- fered in popular appreciation | y being chrottiueil anil lithographed ami distributed far and wide by every Icchivi-ei proa 1 uf art reproduction ; and that he was also a wood carver am] a master rd ihe sci- nee «f symbolism., bo that moat if his u-nn-fc i- .f I hv nature of [faehtni; 1 1 v parables, PiOl to say im- ■itii ' d with mysticism, I ' .LIl wllal lia Nu-LJi-tmuNl l.hi- umia- , 1 Jr. ( ki id in ilif Cap n-nil Gown is his generosity towards div University of the South. H is first gift was " ' The ShftdOw of a Rock ' " in l ? y For many vtai- ii occupied one of I lie walls- of aim Lull ' s Hall, ami jr-, i ii i : j i.- nc i- v|i ' iii ilu- niiiids of uiin.- nf the ni- ■ kins who harp pone forth from our ' riieolopical [ epartmen| hn been jnratefully aeknowkvlKe l by many . -t iluiii. ]- " of s-cveral ycura in tlit 80 T r. OcTtd resided in Stwuiee, and ihc house on Mor- ]ia«% Steep villi- IjntLl l ' .?f liinl, lhf hi li-vL-ililii; ■! tumhIi befog hi studiv, The irtisl removed thence to St. Louisa ami filially Lu Vienu, Vs., .anil continued his work until tti» iU ' ;liEi 1ji-»t L - .- in1 «.T Jit tin. 1 JLj;t ' h if vijghty- sik, In these lalvr years he jpive m ihv Univer- sity ihe wonderful series ■■■] I urge painlinp in- tended in represent God ' s Lati of redemption, now ii|Hiii tlv. ' ivnlU of Sl ntft Epsil fl Hall, Jil ' l the wi inilcrf n 1 1 y fttr tlg piL ' tuiv c»t " JeSttt tit I ' at. ' ili- l-:i- " (winch i a p rj|bh- ; probably llie iitiire njid- ily « imprehended hy ihc average student " £ ssh crcd (nines than tlie others), and t It. " smaller pictures J temporarily let us bop ) on the walls of the Registrars effiee, lEis latt-st gift was the se- lit- iff t ' hfi--[ ami tin: Twelve Apostles (now in flu. ' Library), intinidL ' d a ah Aliar |iieei ' fiw mw ni ilie Cfaipela in Sewatiee. When these K eaf WWfTtS ni Dr. Oertel shall he appropriately pl.-i,v.l -.. tlu-j ean be viewed M they were Intended to be viewed by those win i will seek in them the deep religious it mil- ibai were Intended IQ he taught i herein is by [hjLrnliilt ' . lite phee uf flu- Ke . Ji ill fill IWS A. OltH ' 1, D.D„ itmwg iln i " never- railing nueecssion oil lieitefurtors " " f I The University will be i Lilly ;: — 1-,- .| -55- Jeh RfW4 A, Om L D.D. SaLnc Aupiiitjnrt Chtptl. (Etuilt in 1J 6?, lli-r lir- rjj (lie Ufrivcnity building . With K-|H-ai«t addition ., il In-- trtvt4 until ihl fltr, whcli AH Snint was ut i Dccuukd.) 1 Ku avatlt. " nnl } ' ■» wHI p M . • ll ' i- I, ir ■■!■■ .: ' ! ' ■: I ' l ■■ - . A cr..!]N uf «rtlo thai : i .n v,i!l V. !.ik - other fn p»- ctf v -1 rilij-, Adrift Ml an ini tarccd w . •ifc or j-wim i» Ihj-1 llicy DDL] Mnyliap rummT n.nr.i- hi 11 •■ .y, Milling fin out iiir eri plight, Tlitj- ihould hiv4 drifted well, for itie-jr- T.iki.- iliiiiK Ihiil ' hid. y ;t vrr.y 1= h I - ' • ■ :lh| Vice Fmidtnt - Stwlii} 1 - - - ■ Tn?a , iift l f - - - OFFICERS. . - , ClinUm Jmii TiVhi I tlii ■= ■- ■ " I ' ll- in. i ' ] ; ImJiL Si Olli - liilnanL Adjtrf tf artllJlll. Jr. , . . . , J«lni Kllintl Fiiclcullc Pn-jtE - Swi ' llTH Flpi A l ill -£?- Stephen Fiiui Austin, B.A. Sin t:il lliii, TrSJU. " J h ' r tv mtpF. ' f W ifi»A ' ' ■r frir bi mH. " Kipfxi lnnM Kniiwnll -; Vfcr FfrMtUfBl nb ' t ' fUlr -jf II ' miH UftTO? KutIbIjt, ' IK ' ; ' Brplr MbAT. HI. ' mi. " ■ : ]tnii™ i VTiiiH tr nr I ' +rjit . ■■■»■: " Fr ' jr " r 3 1 j F. W . " M : v»n n ' lHVr wi.n-i.ti m«ibi rur t-ln lrt l wiry. M»: KMiaMiMUfef -f TUtrr. W, ' I " . l " mL lH ill ItmllriliHbl " . ' ■«. ' lit: ■,- - _- 1 . . | - 1 S itwlm ; i.MMLA™: l-nbrt bqiJ Uifnijli K ' lll 1 " f ' upv il vO ' i " VKrt r ■11:1 : .-i " . Inl ' - Rflll ' t ■■! i -I " IM i -.■■ " . " I«l. Cc«tec Wilw n Ealtxcll. E.A. i ' ern j»ndi ii », Kin. ;i|i:iii A 1 1 1 1 m K|»ll " [i I ' riil ' rniiv : i;m.i l nlk« l-iiTcary B o t l iiT I I ' lhl " ! ■ i--i rnn» n»1,; l-rMrrrirv .. F,i«ni|,Ti. " Iff ; 1 ' Mkrb ni.. I July i Chllda; Pha-ikllmto: «n«r Under, ' lit; i ' lira Jti-.!-. ' I l ' »ll T-H10. i«7: lliKiRpr «f lliiwlnlk IVniij. ' " •.!. Ki ' ml lYi- ■• Mtw. ' ik-, rilT Tffl " - lta-nt " n : . rmU i M -if lkn " t ' Wntt.ti CM. l ' i: Or ■■nbt, He. Aci-ii ' llnr h limprl ! rln- CM ! S -m.jJ iin- ■■iinnarrr- Edmund Hufifui i3cck«i(ti. B,A, Aiiiii?t " i. VI ;i " J Ail r4 ifftBr r i ,£JuJr iVrMir irj-r- l.r. ■,■.1,1 ' Ur« C-H.jH |J. " I ' lii Mil Th ' -IM Ycii wnli; : Tr«-n™r ■ nil C ' rlllr ' .f Nl nm F|nJlirti Ulmry Had i IT ; -Innl 1 llFrmiB L ' luli; H ' liijVi iEbIT. ' iuL. ' it ' s, ' irtl ; Tiih x BrAlT. ' ■■■ - Mrrqli ILbbi 1u.IJ. iiT. - it.: ;■■-. ], |,.- r |iii : I ' hnJImi: i!V l ' luli; AnrHtBt] ■ I ' iIbh-Ii anil I •■ -In . Vh» " WpI- -fltnl a£ nhr iirniinn 41 nil j Sri but r -|h r. , E.i.1 1 [• ■ In 4 ' n4| l[hnil« Ki hal»r " klL ■ ■ n i«i. ■!■►: rill--! - --I--IJ-- I ! ' . lit : k™iw»j IJnlBl fa Hi— L. " .■ ! |-Bn.|| lkhk: Oil-Mr. iB-L ' hbFt «f J ' Bffl-- ■ ' ■ 1- ' l lli-.r in J-VpI 1 nf Til ' n ' i-- ' ii " |Dj »_ Alb«rri Cf jse Urinw LI Rtrirveri, M.A. .1 1 1 ■! iiic_ a. Thrrrftn . I - li.i.r fl Al " kIeui aIp m. T| ' -I ■ ■■■ h " r « c ■- r 1 1 1 1 l Tilunin Bpt lull UHnrf hH-lrii: Trnirfc Traill. " i " T: m.,,,1 K....IM1I T m. - iHk il ; K»n,b,r i;-r nun tali i E ' lindlih. Francis Jaiepti HowelLi Coffin. Cliicigo. IIL. f ■■ r.. U ,.1 .v. J. „|i .l L ihj i ' L Kapfa .iiiiiin Pnttnlir; Hl nu KM lii I, Library Bt thLf : IHimluMi l.lf -Thill : iVirall " ■Jlliflf-ITf-; l »«|nr : nsni Hlnli-; nnni-li niwl Jih1 : l ' hh T ll.! ■■ " !■■- I lui " i--r : j= ■ i r ■ - 1 , i r -. 4 I nl k mllj Halmiptaai . A ' h ' -r lltfMi MnnnunT ' if HVurr«Jft- V " " ' ™jp-.- t ' xn- IkHflfBlf: AMOfhllf KJhsr ttt r«p «hJ Qui t. " ■■:• : fb-|i|irrlni Wilhim Heecher Curtis, Bjft. r-,l:.irii1ni, L (jj, - II AnT m-r rir r- nmn J, " . ' i-i,tv KIkImb .1,1 I ' ll K| il " ii I ' nn-rilrj- : i£»u KtxlEcn I.ICr-TirT H- J-lrli . JfealuF i nii» ' Afdihtrlm ; Si ' iil.-r llMnnnn L ' lub Akkn. Garthwriahl FxHShliE, BrA. Wlmiusl ' -ii. JL C ■■ r f nrurrfd rrUfitf iH.nit H-jrh .1 ' .-. J.I sun Jtln +li lrf 4 " i " iij imi i ivi im. rviiipmirr : tt| XMm i: E . lib U " T T f ic|pij ; JiihI.h- llfrmiD HTnii ; I ' hn ' JItn : r 4-nk Okhd " l«b. G-CLTKf Malcolm FeiLd, LL.B. Dallas. TtXal PlrJr jKur rr rrN, 1 ' I HIt TS ' !« Pntvnkj-E l ' r " l ni f I ' l I ' liwii Ucrhiry Arliy. ' 19? Tnsjihf ■rf HfWttbf t4-l«lln - Iiiiiiii-IL ■ " . ' . HI; 4 " kp||ilnn; K r» 1ii --Tr B JU| ' r ™f r»lnr i;-n,:.in rini, : ) l .„,j. rp,ir : im r-— kiy !»■■ ► [ -. ' ] » : l ' r ' -l-lrtal •■( j w li... in. Al »ndef EJutrty, B,A- Charkstoii, S. C. dr Jari - A ill ' - " r JiliXM Air fcp-ll..fi rril rnlsj : I ' l Obwjoi TJwM.i ' jr hiulitj i Sf «an«f ' T : ■:■! " ■. t-ii.rl Iball. «. W, lifi. ' Ln: 1 ' 4|H4lii ..( 4 1I4K ItukrllUII T «m. " J ! Mrnih llitr. lill: jfi|i--Mt ' if- «i h " -H|h IP T+am,. iM; U»lmir-r nf llnM ' lallL Train. ' !•{ Sralut- Of ' nun 4 lull : Kiijcri " IJ-I Edward Adger MirxhalL, Jr„ LL.B. I ' ll ■i.-ui , Arte. n Hi ' rrwrP Hmm nrmmut wpfmh. " 1T.I livh Tb 1a tr.Ci ' rnll v . Binrrrlaff 0( l " l iibi ' bi ■■htnrj K -lf-iT ; limJomi iia«- UK ' i 1 J ' H rlr. jm. |4i: ItindUa: S»n1r» c; nun t ' lali: Vl " » It-ilrirnl n Stfhlur IJW ilTll-M.; lnii " n h-lFlj: IMiali " , " IIK Malcolm Wr|gh( L«kh»rt, B.A., B.D. Atlanta., Ga. " OA, fJbcr n drvfa, jiu r Ai rn.i ' il; " »»»« t ' . i.l.fJp. fTH(tt]f if ' , I ■ . r .| ■ - IV Ikfhi TIm-i ■ I ' - iirrnli.i : f-kma Ke- •llufi IJlrharj- Stiffly j L ' lirailkii : t i h- rrl»; Tr auinr t4 I ' umh as.] Jnflf, TflS r " ' " pi | GaraGa . T9T; IHrf r.. r .if Hi i ' It: ]T Fk»E irf llubillfllr «rlrL . ■«|l-: Th " " liffi illnsln-1 L ' lub; IhrKxnl.l. Kl . Ijnbr ' a 1 ' hajwl ; I ' rvil fq ti Kpbhk l|laal„narr VKhtf. " itf. Bonner NicJltfJi HcCnvEn. Jr., B.A r KmkIgii, T hi . ' ' ar rd ag fr.Badap fflt?H J la II Ki[pfr Allitia J-ril-rrnKj ; HIeim K|i MluB ]JlTC«TJ HlH-lflr. —61- Charles Smith Mom, Jr., B.A. FrinMin, Tl-iin " .I iJrrlnsr J H h ' .-t y . " ■■J. 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WLLLISTON PRIZE IN MENTAL PHILOSOPHY. Leon Carl " MlitT- --■ Alabama THE A. L. WILLTSTOX PRIZE IN LOGIC Cuey J y Ellk. J , — — ----Lmrieiwa THE SOUTH CAROLINA UEDAL POX Ef " - 1 Waller L.tstrr ftrrfrr-- ........Tavv.--,: MR. CUTHSIE ' S SPEi rAL PRIZE l r OR POETIC TRANSLATION. William Ka.ma.nd Shnffi .........Tfinii M.. THE LOUISIANA MEDAL ! f OB ORATORY. J.i ii. i- , Orlnff Rnriiriim Loflkluia Hi aU ami T3rl £4 1909 Till- RYLANCE MEDAL FOR DEB AT] Valicr Lc-iitr Btfty ....... " ! " ■- h n.. ■- ■-■. ■ THE BISIHH 1 KN ' iCHT Ml! DAL FOB DECLAMA- TION George Knott Crttfif[ AfiaiiHS THE HONOR MEDAL, MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. I . C ■I ' .insbi ' » liv ' kr - -- - ■ T™ -n— Greer ' s Vi . . a. ■». eiub Prf idt-m ------ — - Vi.-i- I ' svsulrin - . « Secrelaiy - - - TmninfT TELFAIR HODGSON, Vt II.I.IAM n. " . L ' TS. ISAAC l: AI.1. SAM I EL M BARTON. William s. rusiior. LYMAN CHALK LEV. W. S. CLAlSQSNE ILIFF CONGE? j ' nr; i 1 . cnKi.i:v. HEXLAU1N L F COULSON. W. H, DuBOSE CAIT. A. C. 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Sm«l3ff« h Kafetit, Firtt Ei . [-irnt T ricr. Second T nor. Second Ttiwr. Ml, I f f ,■ n +u_ bIjF 0 fyW • eguott iD z Sigma TEpsilon " TLitararj Society Fall Term. HESftV JONES WKiTFUlLD ■ CHARLES BRUNJNG brauh GEORGE KS ' aX. CKaCRAFT - WILLIAM ISARXARD SHARP EDWIX LYI.E SCRUGGS - - ED1ILND E. flliCKWlTII OFFICERS. - - Ptftlidcnt - — Vjfc Pmiili-n! - - Secretary - - - - - Trea.sur.tr . . S£r(unt i Ar n ... Criiic - - - ■ Sprlni Term. I IIARI.ES PRUNING REALS SAMUEL SUTCLtFFE - GEORGE KSOX CRAC RAFT WILLIAM BARNARD SHARP ■ - - JOHN GREGORY MAURY HENRY JOSW WHITFIF.LD MEMBERS. KMHH1 M ARHF.5. AJtMSTRON . BALTZELL, BF.CRWITM RFA ' XETT. BOS WELL BHAUN CMOKG. COFFIN CRACRAFT. CURTIS. FF.C]ITIG. GILLESPIE HAWKINS. CAMERON. RECORD. Scwiiut ' i Representatives an VanderbiSc Dcb+[c L XKS. WALTER LESTER PERKY, SAMUEL SUTCLIEFK S war»ee L s RepresenraEive 1911 Trinity Debate. t?9- CYSUS DUNLAr HOGUK GEO RGB K SOX CK A C R A FT. Winner t l the IratcriDcietjr Debate, TflS. Kenneth Mcdonald lyne WALTER LF.5TFR ItEKKY. PUCKETTE FONNAKD SCRUGGS. JUHAN, SHARP. LEIGH- SORV. MAURY. SMITH. McMAHON " . STONE UQSS, 5UTCL1FFE. PASTRANA WHEAT. WHITFIELD. Wmnn A Knight Declamation Content, ' W. GEORGE KNOX CRACBAFT. Winnt-m. at Rylmce Deba.14 hUJjl, WALTER ]. ESTER BERRY, T6. GEORGE KSOK C E.AC RAFT. Dft Scwantr ' s Rrprtirntalives on Tiir.iljf l fbil , " 10L RANDOLPH LEIGH, SAMUEL SFTCLIFFE. -£7- -pi Omega TL iterate Society FilL Terra. OFFICERS. Spring Tttm. JAMK.S MOSS STONEY C=.-m.K-„i GEORGE MALCOLM FEII.D GEOKGE MALCOLM FEILD Vice Violent ...... ALBION WILLIAMSON KNIGHT ALRIOH WILLIAMSON KNIGHT S«rtiiry . .... E1 VV, R] ln;: k i vk i ii.l,. JR I.UWAHD APGER MARSHALL, JB. . . . Treasurer VFCTOH HOAG STEPHEN FINIS , L ' STI Cth ■■ JAMES MOSS STOM-V SILAS WILLIAMS 5+rs inl at-Arm . ... . JfHTN I1UKTT.B GORDON MEMBERS, AUSTIN. HELL. KNIGHT. ( " Ill ■.!■! MARSHALL. COLSTOV McWILLIAMS COX. RUSSELL. ETHER I DCK. SPEARING, J. W. EALLKI SHERRY. S I ' i KV. 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COFFIH, F. J. M. FECHTIG, A. G GALRRATTIL k XV. hui.lihrNh Walter, m a . n, u JONWARD. Vi lock hart, m. w. HARSH ALL, E, .i.ju i-Akni-.K. r i- WATTS, (in WHttrrKLn. ii. ;. WRIGHT, C, Q. if OrxauircJ in Si, Luke ' mil im A(iRii t ' . IflM. Ijv XV II. drown. XV. G. ClnTh, T. EL Itahn v, XX ' . 4 ., ,r |. .-.i. |. Habtari, H. El L«mp ;m, S. McBer. G. B. Mc m, ll i: Sijjina L : psil m, n Tuiimikil ]ir r»ry iranrniity -nick «a is (Uiptrrh, ™i v luvh Suphtrln il (lie pnTcnt, litld iti fuiiTlH niiiiii.il coHWNlkm ai S«wail« !--i l ' ti:ink,gtfJH| «k, 11, W. Loehhnn m- dr cl«l -editor o the p™jw Livt lira i ci in } michIm, ' " rtic Sank " Snpferiin wa cirgjriiied in Angu«, 190J, liy J. I! lU-rnii-aun, I ' ll l . U W DuBott, S.T.IX; VV. . . MwUKonic ' ry. rh,D. ; W, A Percy, Jr.; T, E, Habile}-: H, K, Ttcfctr; and julm Ktr«r.iw h Jr. J. E. PUCKETTE - . . . Stirvwy J. M MeBRYDE, JK, tt,U. - . . ]io Mcm| c „ MISS SARAH BAHKWELL ELLIOTT . - j ol)£ 5l ograpl)ic (Hub . ont K. Cracnh. jAiiir-i D-. K ij. Jr. (Uhdolj.li Ltl K l . I 1 V Jl. CiLtor. hul t;. Btll. (Orotic :■ THhrjr. lidirtnl Kinliy y il 111 lliT t ' lrturt: SiTT.acl SnlrlilT-r, Juhn limlrr ■ lacilun OrnanixL-41 r,?r []■ .- I ■: ■= . -r - ..n.-r M.,- iiCcflfi hf Simhrfini. in the Kij,H lnr x offic . pri Mclebrr 28. lftll. The cHirter KtHltxri WIN: Tlte Rev. A. H. Nail, LL.D., C. W. L ' iiiIh-yhkhI,. P. l_ F.llerlw, l_ B. Hutinp, J. M. nnten, J. N. VtoirtK. M. V. Dllmcy, F. R. Lnmmin, W. S. Man n inn, and IT. A. Yw..-i! -95— .Associate Alumni Tht ulumjii i if ?lif [JuiiiTsiij hji (In- Soalh, im !£?$. urRania J tiKBtM ' lvPh inlu irt a-sutij,- liort. entitled " AhHJciatcd Alumni oF the Unirerjit}; oi I lie 5ou|h. " TIil- ■■ ill- ►« ang rtc tbr ARM STEAD C LEIGH l«fl». Gt hmIi. Mb?. ......... Pn ,„i JOHN l . SHAFFEH 1S72). tillciidalc, Ij. Fir t Vice FfrjuiiLtiit IIKMIY 1 1 SEIBELS LS95H. EHrniinKliam. All Si-cwnd Vi« Prf i.lfist ! . ..i- sr. El IIIXTON (187V, Atlanta. Ga - Tliifd Vi« K»idrm IJAV3D A. SHEPHERD (U£tt . Nubvillt, Ttnii. - - . . Recording Screen ry STEWART HcQUEEN CUTS), MwUfWMrj All - - - ConviiwHiag Skkih? WILLIAM R HALL (HBS3). Send it. Turn. Tkwki j + !F r ■• » Formed in 1891. Narue £ t ih? RepreseniatLvei rf the UclivtMi-tj tti !h South in Cetii »t«. PAUL TR H!I:k CaDSDEN - 1391 - - « Uvinniiy tA Virfrali HUDSOX STUCK 1392 ----...--..-.-.-tt VarideTbili Uiiivcriiiji HENRY COf Llt GK SJiMrL.li - LAW at L ' nncr-Hy ol Sofltli Carolina ME U I- h: GREE JOHNSTON - , - - 18W ■ ,.. l Universal? nl Ihs S nH STL ' AR I ' STK ' i I ' ll I R McLEAN ., . . | 5 HS - il W lM«](l»ii m " I l.n- University |1 II i: kl! I-.. ilAl.U-lHF.R " - .... 18 ; ' .... at Outer Golltf J i ' MX STEWART TANNER - - . . . . |J]97 -at Univerwly of Tenai- EiH :l K t WALLACE IMJIHI-: WW .....,- - - at VainLrrlnlt Uvtomkf RICHARD WALLACE HOGLFE 1 - |S» - : » ' ' " " ' " f «f Vlrffnii OKMON ' D SIJIPKINS ., - 1903 . . . . , . - al KuiHurty L ' liivers-ily HENRY Dl$HRO PHILLIPS IW3 - - - at Uniwnily »i the S,-mlt JAMES GARRETT HOLMES , - . , - l«M . . . . at Vindtrfeilt l nrrerfhy HOPE IIILXKY LUMPKSN H 05 .--.-- - - - al iriiiversitjf dF ViT K iiiia JAMES FEk C ' « N; FJNLAY iMaS - at Uiiii ' cr»iiy ,.r Abl»ma CARL DENNIS COKER I9C? ..-.-- n frtpvirsicr of Seusli Cirolin INDR] ' .■. I M KSOJJ ALDR1DGE. JH. IS« , - - al TramaylYuaa Clltiir PRANK ALBERT l-AULKINh£RRY - - I9W ... - - ju Unlwnliy W tht ml» C Hl io • ( tf.t AM« l (ifl i- UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, TRANSYLVANIA COLLEGE. UNIVERSITY Ol " VIRGINIA L ' XrVERSITY QK SOUTH C Mi- H.INA. v s i j i- ■ h ■- 1 1 ,t uni v i-Rs [tv. rjsri VERSi t y o f a i.aji a m a. university Ml ' Tilt: south. ■McdiliM. ? -9?- V-lpba Oau Omega TRNNP.3SEE OMEGA CHAPTF.fi- Esttbliiktd in 1 79. J? PRATHES. In F«cvI(ik, RT. REV. THOMAS KKAXK tiAIUQK, £ T.Dl. I ' i-h ii -f Triiiti -ht, rii:iik rll " r ijf ilir UravcrHly, WILLIAM HASKELL DtiBOSE, W.A, REV tR i HUH ROill-YX GRAY. WtLLlAM BOONE N ' ALTS, M.A. IS I AC HALL. MA. In Officio. SniiliRT I. H, i Mia. COLM0RE. In UTbe. PRESTOS ' 5. ft BOOK 5. 5H_ H. SI. itRQOItS. PRESTOS S. I! BOOK 5, JR. In Acldtrttll. HEKRY CM tRLES CHEVES RICHARD WlLLlAil GALRRAlTH FRANK IIOYT G.MLUK. JOHN BLLTOTT PUCKETTE. -101- Sigma 2 ,lpt)a " tpsilon TENNESSEE OMEGA CHAPTER. Established in 1SSL FEAT RES. In FVctilmc, WILLIAM mJMNFXL HALL, M..-V. U.L . CAMERON PldCOT, ll.D, REYNOLD MARVIN K IK in -SMITH. M.D. ■ In Mttticini. GUY GABRIEL AY COCK. " In Acaderrju. CEOHtili WH.sns BALTZLLL. ALEXANDER GUERRY, ALBERT GEORGE BRANWELL BENNETT, B.A. MARION SAUNDERS KARRJSS v t l r. : a m 13 1: EC h i E it CURTIS, i : i ■ ;; k kttk m a MSF i e i . i i SI I LLE r. I-: XQCH ENS] r F,V. NICHOLAS HOBSQN ' A 1 1 E I , ESS, FRANK HASH GREEN, ALVAN CULLEN GH,LEU, JR. tMUU.I }I,S. R,A r ' Led 0» Unhnndljr, I0i SitLma Alpha KpaLlcn Chapter ]lou c s ?s AraferoiCe ' Tr While; Jonmrd; HiwltLnx; Slap ert. W.l He a: P s(rpma: MulLim: Sli pcra, ff. Braun: WliilthOrfM ; Slurp: AuiiLrt. " .IM- Tftappa Sigma OMEGA CHAPTER. Ksuhlished in ]H 2. J FRATftES. In P«eut(M«. In Officio. UARION RIDLEY MOORMAN. MM CHARLES I ' iKl ' NI N " 4i ElKALN " . HAYDEX AUSTIN WEST. M.D. ALLEN LAWRENCE LF.AR. Ar.[ . In Mcdicbni. NEWTON II. CUL ERTSOH- kul.lKT fk i.-- 1 a ■.!, ,.-l- ,■,,: In Tlw»loal , In Uitw. LEOS ' CARLOS PALMER, 15. A.. G.D. JOS 1- 1 PH HALL SI ' fcAKIXG. In A idCTiU, CHARLES J. ARMURL5TF.K. JOE BURROW 11 ' (. ' ]. LI K5. -: r r . HIE S I- ' t N IS AUSTI N, LUIS F E I E RICO P SI R ■■ N CHARLES BRUNIKG BRAVK WILLIAM BARNARD KM U-M ' MUkliAY HAWKINS. Hi H: l-RT S ' KWTOS STAGGERS YTili.K li ■ T. C : WILLIAM LLEWELLYN gTAGGJ RS WILLIAM ATM l i IN IONNARJ I BROOKE tflYVATH HEY WU ITF. HI ur rhMiLi s M i -kkls --S C1.IA.-Tns; JERVIS WHITT XE 1 ' ir ■TENNESSEE BETA CHAPTER. Established in LASS. FRATRES. In F»ciJili (e- LVMAK CHALK [XV. LL3- J-n TbroLojiii. R1CHAKU i:d.. N ' U MITCHELL. BJi MALCOLM WRIGHT LOCKJIAKT, B.A. In Officio. TELFAIB hTODGSOT, MA In L fct, GEORHL MALCOLM KEM.ti |.|i ' , sKP .MJfrllh MARSHALL, J ■(• In AcuLttnil. " RDHUND RUFFIN BSCltWITH. THOMAS FLOYD STOXE. I-KAVK ALBERT FAULKIXtlEKItt ] ' RAXK M ' ■!■! ' ■ ' . S r;l r.l.ESPI E. i.M ' Hi. R MX fKVCRAFT. FRANCIS WILLI m nr.iss, THOMAS GSOTE RUSSELL, JOHN HOWARD BASKETTE- ALLISON Rim.liV WILLIAMS. — LOU— Phi Detti ThEta ' i New Clupkcr Home. Delta Tail Delia Chapter House. TMta Oau TDdta BETA Tit ETA CHAPTER. EstulOis-Tird in 1B5L FRATRES. Id Facilitate. JOSE MARTIX SEjJH- S, C li„ M.S.. KD. i.eorcil victor i ' Kak. m EDGAR FRF I ' M N STHOXn. In Ofilcia. In TtaEaUipi. REV. ARTHUR HOWARD SOU-. LL.D. FRANK vi i- in-;tt JL ' HAX. ]n LtKC. FREDERICK FETES CHEAFE- GEORGE VESABLE RAWLltfGS, I-: j ' .i .!,!■?:•:... . ALLEX GARTHWRIOHT FECHTIC. CHARLES. tiflNTARD WRIGHT, LEWIS DO V I.E SMITH. Wl LL I AM HENRY BOSWEU -■ 1 EJ E L SUTC LI I r FC. A I. C R ED K E E VJi 5 M :W I LL [A M S. JAMES ilOSS STONE V. GEORGE SEAY WHEAT. " ETXUUSU CAMP] AS AftMES JOSEPH WATK1X5 SPEAKING, JAMES TUCKER MacKESZIE. KNOX BUKGER, ' Lift qh Urivcntt] s -113— Jfqppa Alplja ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER. Eicrtljitad in 1583. KKATKliS. In facilitate. WILLIAM KORMAN GUTHRIE, M. A. In Acidemia. HENRY PATTON H EUROS ' . RENJJAMIH FltAXKLl.N CAMERON Jk In Leje. ALBION WILLI AM SON KNIGHT. A L V I N 1 .1 m |- 1 . r .. I! kmv N I- J (J " ?-££ ™ ' JfPSEJ " ' AUEIRI-V I.AXHLK. L I V, S PlV P SJ ' " l!KNR 1 WHITFIELD JAMES, 1.1, R K , „„ " " " , " ; „ ' . ' .-,-- „, i OH v ixiHKIVS MVefefi M-IKAM AfalSLllK ' i GKhE-.X 111. 1 fi ?? SIS If JOI I N ] I U KTF.ft GO El KJ N. EDUUND rn»i.M« ,L RNER, L1.B ' WKTOr™ FlGHT. ! ' ULCERVA[S BELL EUGENE FIELD, SAW U EL STU A RT FAULK NERJ " I.tfi (lie Uniw i - ■; iii Kappa Alpha Chapt-cr Hcust. CHI CHAPTER. frvt-ablnlnd in iMfJi FHATRES. [■: Urbe. REV Will. I AM S. CLAlHOKSli. In TtMolfl£J| r GEORGE OSCAR WATTS, R,A. In Aculrmii. FRANCIS JOSEPH WOWELLS COt-TlX. HONKER NICHOLS McCRAVEN, )R, 1 1 EN It V J 1 1 N !■: SWIII TP] EL I . JULIAN " ELLISON L fl ■ : ■■- 1 " : •■ . n ■ K fW --- . L ' Lb. k_ -r Vxk« S te fi — .iTir in i-.i Jl i ■ 1 1 ?- " I E UCKETTE. SILAS WILLI AilS STEPHEN I " . AUSTIN. v. w GALBSAITH. ALEXANDER CU E RW V , W. A I M ISON JOHN A K I J. FKAKK EL GAILOK. ENOCH ENSLEY CHARLIL5 a. HR.U " " AH EDMUND k. |:m ' kv mi T. FL0YD STONE I ' I-aL ' LRJXRERRY. ATI FRANK . JLH.VV i Q. WRIGHT. J W, 5PE RING. JOHN D MYERS ALVIN I. BROWNE. ALBION W. KNIGHT. —119— riKi F, J. II . COFFIff, GEORGE O. WATTS. II. J. WHITFIELU " 2 .tti¥£ fT mbitr WILLIAM BOSSKL1. HALL. MA, M.D. REYNOLD MARVIN K I kUY -SMITH. M.D. CLEX LEYJJK SW1GCETT, Ph.D. ST, GEORGE LEAK1N StOUSS.vT. Ph.D. LYMAN CHALKLKY. I.I. i: JOSP. MABTTS SELDEN, C.E., M.S.. M.D. rELFAlR UnDCSONuM V MALCOLM WRIGHT I.OCKHART, 13.A. RICHARD l:LAXD MITCHELL, B.A GEORGE WILSON BALTZELL, !■: t HI V I N I i PEXDL ET0 ?s TLRX E r. ll.b. STEPHEN P I N: 1 S AUSTIN. GEORGE VICTOR PEAK, M.A. FRASK ALEXANDER JUHAN, ALEXAHDEfi ■: ' • -nHY. FRANK ALBERT 1-AULRIXBERRY. CHARLES rtRL ' NIS ' G BRAUN. 120 The UnLveriLcy Prcix. Sewanec " publications .4 SEWANEE REVIEW. J. M. M«BRVnii. i J, I) ... ... _ Editor THE PATHFINDER. 1, I. V. HlU-. ' l I . I ' ll It, . . ......... KhIji.,1 FOKENSIC QUARTERLY, W. N. GUTHRIE, M,A. ........ EdilQf ' io-Chfcl A. H. XOI.ii, IiL.IL . . MaitilR K EdilOf CAP AND GOWN. E. R. KKCKIYITEI . . Kdilrf-in -thief W. R, si i UtP I.. F. PASTRANA | ■ " " - NmW " SEWANEE PURPLE. K. E. HliCKWlTII - - Eiitot-in-ChM i; A. MARSHALL Umiger SEWANEE REVEILLE S. M. A.). H, W. COOK - - " -. Ktttor I. T TIIO.M V.S - - - - ..... M«niRtr m Cip and Gown Stiff. STAFF. E k BECK WITH. «h . . W. RAKHAKD SHARP, KS , i I .L " IS F, PASTE « N ' . STEKHKN I- ' . AUSTIN HENRY ). WHITFIELD. JO FIN E. PUCKKTTE, aKi ENOCH EN$LEY.3AE SAMUEL SUTCLIFFE, -iTA ALBION W KNIGHT, KA . . . . |- ' .ili1-iT-:i: ■ ----- Managr! - E4ilor ol Pepin ftitn-u, Bit. - - - - 1 ' jlitnr ■ ' (! " Senior Ct:i-- ' - - Etliiert A Ominizii.iofti ...... Editor at Aqhtfiif liS £r " vnnct i ' uTp-ir S -ilF. PURPLE llaiMRin STAFF. ' . ' KWITH , - . . . EJir..r-i:-,-H I...-I 11. K. CHACKAhT f J. C. CROCKETT " ALBION W- UNlQKT ..... ..... Acholic IM.u.r J i- PUCKETTE - - s..,,: „,„, Ptindiin, EMkitujft K. C ARM KS - - - Reporter, IjkiU G. M. F.I 1.1 CtieUfel RANDOLPH LEIGH - .- Si K m Ejwil m I, w. SPEARING .......... Nrognph, PI ■ tour CHARLES J. WRIGHT - - - Special Reporter K, A. MARSHALL - Buhbcu Hunger K. W- GALBRAITH i JOHN II. CORDON i —Iff- ' ■.--- I :i ii I I ! ii - 1 1 ■ i - 1 1 Miiii.i Sewarute -Asiatic -Association I ' Lrsr Trf- OKKICEHS. I A. FAULKINHERRY ......... Pr si,l r in JOHN D. MYERS - - . - . Vie PfeiUntt A. I.. BROWXE t J i- PI ( KETTE i ' S. .rri.irv iiiiL Trcafflm : Sec-mid Term. . . . JOHS D UVEAS - J HIV E. PoCKEtTE james c, crock Err EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Firit Ttrn, VICE CHANCELLOR WILLIAM It. HALL ]■. A, PAVI KINBERR) SILAS U-H.l.lAM.s ALEXANDER CUERRY. U BREY LANIER. PRANK V JLHAS. A. L. BROWNE. KENRY W, JAMES r. I- PUCKETTE, Si«md Turn. UlAkU-S B. BRACK. YICE CHANCELLOR Wll.tl v l n HaM. JOHN u. MYKKS. ALEXANDER GUERRY. VLItRLY LANIER FRANK I, JUI1AN. F, A FAULK IN BERRY. " lLVIN L BROWNE J AM ES C. C Re )C K. !■ TT. CI I A RLES R RAU N -LW- X3bc JfootbaU Oeam of 1909 (CHAMPIONS OF THE S, J. A, A,) J SI I, AS WILLIAMS ..-..-.--.-- C piain 1 1 1 . " R V W. J AMI ' S }I»W ■ HAKKIS U. COPE - - - H i " l Coach HliNRY l PHILLIPS ---- AwJilini Cntth POSITIONS. SILAS IV 1 1. LI .MIS I .eft 1I-1I.-I EDWARD FINLATf ........... K.ahi End P. A. PAtjLtt IK BERRY - LvfL T:.-.k1r LIONEL MOISE - Right Tiddi FREDERIC P. CHEAFE Left Gutrd THOMAS A. COX. JR. ..-.-- . . KiRtic Gnanl FRANK A. JUHaN Cuter I.VIM I.. BROWNE ■ - - gmrleT-fcsurk JOHN l . MYERS .... Uf( HilMwck U ' liKEY LANIER ...--.-.- Ri s lu llnlf-ljnck MURRAY HAWKINS - - - - - FulMmck AT.V.W ' C Gil. I.Jill - L ' li ' Hj RECORD OP THE TEAM. 5tWlKt,6l: S P. L " .„ft Swtifcre. IS; I. S [ ' . ■ Jhivhicv. H Princtton, 3ft S waiw 38: CaMk HrigliU,0L SewjTit , 15; G«n i» Trek,, ft Sfwil c ;. 12, AufeflrH, H, St¥niK(. Ifi; Vamlcrhilt. . ; -LB- J r J JUL 1 m ? i 5 " W H - ' [yi [ ' ■ i A i-m ol)£ .football Season of 1909 III training scat " hi opened la t year, a usual. ,.iii,- i ' . ' ,s day liriW? the Urrivtrr- ihy. Winn the f--u early i-uim-rs Fathered On llarrluv I ' irltL, ha pr " S|ieei which jTrecteo ' tliL-tr experienced eves wvre none loo Iirijjht. Few ■ ■ ' the stars of old lhad returned, and the new mau-risi! was liplllE — mi li-£lj[ that its laeli uf puu-vr Mettled equal to !ls Inexperience. I rin wil.li hi- r t ci irkjiliJ E - [ ift for dmilE ju t til liljlil thing, llarri CdfK livgail t " show K«q1LS hv it hin the fir t week nf aetiial training. The will- ing men found a s_4 inijatlictic and etithnslaxtic coach; And accordingly, every iil:im " 1ti . ' !■■ ■ l ■ iniFfn, ' th;m Ml h-liui-f. nml 1-l|H nit HiTivinif The Keat«in i wiied encouragingly when the un- developed (vain ovtrmistercd Southwestern Prcs- byterian liy the larp-c scare jf M-0. I lic first l ri | ■ of i Scwwice team over tin- Line resulted in a 20-0 ■ ■- frnF F ' finOi-LuM. Tin- miuiII -m mil i1n- Wi iisderful letters 11V .ill lliL ' :lEli uliki who fiW iW garae, ta will ;l«« 1 ' ii] l- ' s iiiillnii.liiii ; L ' lil hn-:;L-ni secnifd to assure nn-au-r Miccen eIijih had jil i ' it-i liecn dreanml. A few days ' rest, after the hard trip n- New J- r- SEy, sufficed tn pul the " Varsity once more iit good lui|n-; :leii! Hie ue 1 panic n-suliL-d in a clean v t- i.iry . ivt-r iIk tJeorgia Sell-mil i ' L ' eL-lnmUipY in i l nin, iyy Lite sci,prc, 1 .5-0. Then ■« rajinl sequence Louisiana State I ' nivL-rHij- wi-m d- ■■.■, n, lh a hard- fotiffln aid I very rtmtfti anu ' , with i points- ajjainst Sewanee ' s 15. Ai tM paine I ' resident Taft was, an interested spectator, and witli 111- whole retirme eltL-vrvd lustily U i no one in particular, Tfce straa ttam i ■ ( the Civile I Ivicl» Sdnxil iva- H ' | ' | " sl il Id idv, ' (In.- hanl -M-urli d ' jirHity a pood opportunity in " k -pp on tdgt " and the g e • - led in ;lii ' a y .W-f)L Hm Miiibehcrw. either the mcit were dlil of form or else n wa Only i(k old, uld phantom which hat imr prevented SewaiiL-c from overwhelmtDgf the Alabama Tech lloih teanm uin- miahh ' in u i- wjme of tlK ' ir Ik-m men; Ihlc with tht nwnii».rv if A (ibum ' s ' unexpected n-0 victory in L ' (M ever I-m:- fore ihent, |li(i(ijfh actuate l (iKtehy so verv difiVr- 1, ' illly. hist h knew no end. l-y (he lunnnv iiuir-in ill " iul i ■ - - i 1 1 1 Seuranee drew 1 ti l- iilnciu- tit victory faun -I.M- Ikt rival wing ' . Wlten ilti: 12-11 tl- hLe reached i lit Miimnriin, every soul in Sewanee went wild, : ■ -i : i-i muftttd to find no laurel pdte jc 1 ™ 1 " ' fiioujjli for them: iiml enthusiastic expectations foi tin ' n ' :imf with VanderbilL becinur Frequent. The ' ' Varsity hn.il mi-i tlu- ihwv inmiiL-si [trams in ihc SOUth, Willi tin ' l -.:..-,.|ili,ni ill ItLf old-tinH ' lhallk - (jiving tjiy cneniVi. rtrid t]«C Fi ' mrd hf vielin-ii ' yv;l clean-cut, Who wonld not under such tircum- stances, have indulged, at least a Little, in nwy dreams for tin- read ' Si desideratum of tin. ' day? Tin (lays i hi work-outs and comparatively rasy pnetke Intervened Im.-iwl-l-ii Aubnfrt iiml Thanks- Lji " . mif iJay. k- L ' I : ; 1 1 1 ■ - ■. i ' , :i-- | I;ll ' lhI hiil niltly a. ItW clever play , and these were pcrh ' tlnl in i3»l " umeilil- im di-iail. Thr defense was trained tintil it nn nv ised in it-Hirt wiilunti a hitch ajpatasl tin- most nib tie tactics at the Vtnderbill coach, On November 2 the enache-s escorted the men co M n rf reeslmro, and kept them, well roml, over- night. On :lii ideal Thursday morning tlu-y ma ■ the easy Stage ta ilu- Nashvilh ' Country Club. At two n :l JL-k these two mighty u-ams, llic grcau-si in tin ' South, faced each Other mi Dudley Field. £ Uncials of a hi li older assured a contest under ilu ' mtk i sj-mftsinanlikir m " conditions. Tim iiiL-n needed rmthin to spur thinn to the limits of llL(.-ir |Miiver — i Infill lli- ' - rival !■:■ ilu- ck ' nlla ;l-- lirt fl in ln ' th. The sky slkuvol inn .-. i-l-iuil, .n-.il tli.- nripht snushim- was tempered by a fresh and invig- orating l «e«. IUii most respiring of ill, to both AtttCtatfVrfl :lei i1 ] l ;lt, it --. wa» tin ' I ' nwd t hi iweirll fight aitil (crn l)mii ancl nnidy- — iJiL ' greaicsl asstiii- ldacc that ever witnessed a Southern ftKiiball | auii-. Who that follows Southern fixuhaH ha« tun heard ih_- oft -told siory of thai mighty struggle! Eehoet of ii penetrated ihc far busy Korth, where eonii-:-w equally fiereL- wcrt- t-u-n then raping: The Chant ' pmiisliip H.f tlu ' Smith htiug hoveririgly r M,i.,l -h l iaL-liue, ' lite ti ' ant which ivinild win most prove its ritjln igxinst the fiery opposition if lis peer W ' Iimi the fiaim- was over and tin 1 mighty «m- iHitfMv hoarse ami weary, m ' U depart. Sewme -E4ind supreme- For the iirst time smkc ll the Tig T behl tin- [Kilni 4if Southern Lordship in hlx paw. VninlrTliilt, inmjlent wiilt victory since 1902. prcweled in isv. ' rwhelrflinp defeat. And witli the story ' F l r ' -o there went Over a tir country tl« newH, t III- Lrlorious. news, — " Scwam - i- t In.ninjitofl ii the S. I. A. A. " : .- - HARRIS G. COPE, Hnd Coach. " Var.iiy Foottwll Tfira, TO £ nb.i, to, Hi U.T: l n-iclull Tu- ni. H HENRY D. PHILLIPS, Aiib tmt Qo ch. GlirJ »rvd Ticklt. ■V rsii ; Fooltwll TV m. Oft. TOI. ' D2, TQJ. KM; Capiiin, IWJi U S-.iMhtfTii. " 02. HW. 114. Caieh C«pe- Coach Phillip . -1.16- SILAS WILLIAMS. Lrit End, V.n-:ij I ' ■- Hull ' LVjih, HIS fmtfc.}, ' 06, (ff. CS. TO; Captnin. l«Bj All SftUtbtra, K) W, ll.i-ihsIL TYint, W, ' OR. ff .. AUBREY LANIER. mgkl HflLF-bick, " Vanity Foothill Trmk. W. 1 . TO; Ctptain. J " H ' S..|!lhi;in r )?. V : CapEldn, 1WS Bua wlfl T L ii«i. " 117. " IK. HB. -io. . Butal Bill, TO. ' 10. kiflht Hjli-brnrk. All-5 W ftM TtHI i, rlO ' Ljney. ' -l — FRANK A. FAULK1NBEKRY. L (? Ticklt. ! ? r.,..-lKLll [Vim. QT. KB. W; All fcmiluni. TQ7. TOSt. Burtnll Temii. W, IK , in. |n i-i liill Inni, ■• . UK: l ' :nnj.iii. ] JI0 ll.l.k L lli. ' IK ClaM 191U Track TunL Muhkr trf Sbul-Plll Kh ii-r.l, -im slhi, 7 inch? , ll-rlik ' T i if Haninitr ' TliTnw Record, ] li hrl. V in-Tlnr ' -. ■ LIONEL HOISt. Right TKfck, V.n-. iv I " .p llmll L " , irii. W; . ll SoucrnrrB. W. RaKtall Trtm. m " 111 " Big Un. ' KnJ. -1«- FREDERIC P. CHEAPE, Left Guard, " V rMly l " ...i1lfnll Train. KK, Vs. ' 08, XB: All £ -.nlnrrn, TO. Track T«m, XW. I nil t..r H-nniini; K=i-.,il |tiJll|; RcCOfd. W itf|,4 l-£ im-lii ' - THOMAS A. COX. JR. Kikht OlUril, Vaf-ii) !■ 1...I1 JViii.. Iflft | irt»,). TO. ' K.k " W«ky. ' 1. FRANK A. JUHAN. Center, •■ -.-ly F«rttttH Team. LW H-„ih.Ji. W. Trit ' k J ' l-.n : ■- ii-i- ivn Tnefc Team. ALVIN L. BROWNE. Qiurtcr-butk, " Vanity l r r flh»LI Tejm, W C iiK.J, ' OS. TO; Ml Southern, " ltaseln-11 U-.iin. m iw. Wi Captili, m Tln ' fcrl I tail V: ..111. ' IF ' Trie Teua, W, W, Wl Cain i«, IW. Captain, 0»s» 1911 " J Vh ' .V Ton.ni. lUAfct n f lOQ STil TJ ' i ' .li kiv-ml. Id 2-5 sl-,- U Meiitk n: Quarter bncli. AN-Kcwjnre Tcmi. ' June - Chigger, " ]:i- JOHN D. MYERS. LcEi Kalf bicJt, ' V:|TH,|j FhhhIhiII " IVjhu, TftH. W. Team, TQ9 P " 10. RhMI-RiII Tcim, ' 10. MURRAY HAWKINS. Hull-bask. ' Va.r i(y FoeCtnll Teim. W. DaTA . ' Hawk. " -HI— K.2JWAH!) HM.AV Right End, Vnr ily Footfall TrtB, " l». W ALVAH C. GILLEM. JK. Utility. A ' .iTLicy Fwrthlll Turn, ik cil. M nti..ii: All-Swiilwrn Bra-tnll. i«. Cuk. ' Vw, ' ! -142- Ul-SoiitbemSddchon for 1905 Br Cir h«and Rice, Sporting Ediror at nht Hulivtlk Thdhhul CriiEcr ----.-. . - _S:mviIL . I .iinsij.n:i i :■ in- I ' m-. kiuhi (hunl K.„, Vmulerhilt Lcf( (ji ' rtl ....-., i. ' Iil-.i|m- - ...... Sf,i Righl T± btr ...-.- M wsc ... - Srwnucr I .etc 1 ' ark.l - - - - - - C ' ' gd -ll ......... . iitmni Uiitki t- ' .ml ........ S " «ly Vainkrln!l I.-H1 lli ' il ........ William ........ St-want-c Qup,rter bi«fc Uroirtw - StwmM kiiilM Hall-back - - [_iiikt Ca.pl nink ..... Si- ■■■. .1 ■■ 1 ■ l.rit H j I i ' -Ipj I; ..... Hai ' ila.ier - - n1i-i:ii Piill-hntli ------.-. Sti|N - - 1 .iniiisiiiin Siato L " 1 1 i -■ RANKING THE ELEVENS IN THE S- I, A. A, By Gf-lFllliTMl Hibt. ' • ■■ .llll I ' . I Vtmkrbllt. 3. Aiiljiim. : i.-.r ui S-i- )■• h iL Hi Technology, S. I ri- ' ui»iani Slite L ' liit ' rrsiE} ' . 4» jitit 7. Albluiinj; iiid li si i|i[ii liitfd). H. Cfttmtati, ' ■ 1 ri ' r ij. ] , MluiMiwi Afrieuluirtl incl Mdcfaniit-nl Cnl!ru - II. llcnvnTd. H Ikftcr. L A TV 11 n p e. The AIL-5auth«m Quartrr-bjcl;, " 0 . -14.1 V " © thanksgiving, iBumi 5EIWAMEE. 16! VANDERB1LT, S. SUMMARY OK THE GAME. Flrtt lUT. Yard MiifIiciI: l!_v Si- u.. 1 11. i- lind run , !■■■« (if II yard-, in 5 Iriiln; Line Illicit, I2Z nri]h ill 3fi ifiaU lly Vfcndeitrill: KM rum . 2 y irls in 22 iriab: lln buck . Is j-ifil- in 7 tTi»l . Tin !: Si-h.ii.i-i-, 11 L yard ; V ndtrlii!||. Iflfl ysfdn, -Second Half. Yard:- Kn- " litd ; l!y S -w aiiec : Ettd num. 42 yard i " 5 Lml-; Imc In-, t. ■. :■- j...nl- ml 27 trills, , ] y VandcTbill: I ' ll ill want,, J4 yardf- in LD ETi.aU: line hticVi-v 2 ' i yanU n-, £ EriaK Toial: Sewanrc, 204 aTda; Vandcrbill. GO yard?. KtLunnnR l intts : Y ' y StWlDHI r . aii-i-T. VJ " iTi1 : Bftwltc ' , 100 yard ' lly YjiiiIitImI:: Uertitm, 90 yards; Scdy. 74 yard ' . Trrial: Sewjnee, IWt yard ,; VandiTbili r 1-frf yard . Kkl»: lly Sewanec: Ifak ]nniK-d 1 Mnics- far a total ui M n y:ifd»; awnft dUlancr ipT |nni[i, 3R yard . B Vkodcrblli: Xeely [■umr.-. ' d 16 Li iciei for a. total of SSB yard- : average • f fmnit.. 34 1-2 y nl- ttL ' liiTniiij; I ' - Bli Ky S uanee: Lanier. 4? yard : I if. nun-, 1 1 y.u-l- I5y Vandribil: M. :-■-■-.. 4] HJ.nl-, Si-L-ly, .11? yXTtU Tuial: Scutum , 63 yard ' : Vandi ' Tl ' ili. 7.1 ynrd- . h,. i.- ISy ISrwancE-: l i pejrUr-d " linw-h fcii .i i " i.i I ■■[ 2JJ yinN; avcTajft 4li tnncv ijf inints, 34 yard--. toy Vsskkrliili Ktvly panted G limr fori luial yi l82y-inL- sn-rw ■:! .i.iii.i- f (Mini . 30 -2 yanU. Grand Teiil. Sfwiftrr fu-tiiril eli - ln|1 W y- " i!-. V..- ■ :■-: I .ill r«i hcd ilr ball USO ,r- - SfWllMi frinrurd pmntf 2ril jard ; Vandi-rhill, it-lumed lnini ST-f yanlV Si--.-, .iiu-i- lu-naliwl d linn- frar a SO. yard Lop. ; Yaniler- li«lt JKHali ' C ' d 4 In: n- , I r :i SO-jnFul l " . Sewanee tri«l 3 Enf anL putcf, 2 nccci!ifnl: Valldirr- hill (ficil 7 TivrwaTd pt Wi, I HHMMflll, Tlir itti-niksrL ' r vim heiuctri SjOOO arui 10,000. The WTalber nm ideal, lnrth ironi tli ikpeclalaiV and the vlny rj ' poinl rf view. BALL Vi baseball Cteam of 1909 LOGAN " C EISliI.1: ........._... CaiKlaiii i: u. ' i zj-.i i ... ....... JiHiHicf PLAYEBS AMD POSITIONS. JOHSTD MYERS j „ PaULSAWAIK , FRAXK A. FAL ' UaNUJ-.krO . Cttetitr I.IMiAN C. E1 ELE WiiM Rue AUBREY I.AM I. k .......... Srr " i " t l= r GUV G. AY LOCK Shortstop LIONEL 1f ISK . . . . TUinl ISasi? KENNI-th M. LYNE - - - KirIk Field 1.VAK C. niLI.Kil ........... Cffitcr I - " r .1 - L i.Vi i. ismuvSK . . . L (i i-.i ! SufclSlJlUlIH. I-LHYH ' l i SV W. UeCLELLAND lnY LEE DAXIEL HUE JS. II U [.KIN ' S C, J. ARMBRUSTER BEN F. CAMERON ENOCH KSSU-Y SECOND OK THE TEAM, Scuince vf M-MPiiry, .2-2. Sl-whtu ' i v . ( ■■■rKia. 5-1- 1-1.0-3. S n fr - . Cis-ttr Hripchl?. IS- . SiWUH H Y..ihUrVh. 4-0. 4-0. . ill. 2U)L Sflviiiwe v Anhiirn, KiJ, 2i|, l»7. S whhm 1 . (k ' uriria ' I ' -crli.. 1-7. 0-S. 0-4. Si-n.iiirr i ' -h, TVnntf i tt 4-12, 4- " _ fr-Q_ Sftwutrc vii Slitc Uniwcraily al Ki ' iiiiKky. J--4, 3-0. St-winec v . Xa hs ' i ' k. h " - ' l. 1 J -1 . —Wt— Ol) baseball Season of 1909 HE 1f;l 4.-I ;lL1 Reason of I ' Wf opened with a 1. .ml; serie of disappointments. At first hlusll 1 li v material kiut l [mim isin £. All luit twnj 4il (hir ii-lil r aTHty rCtH1 lMd, and ]irEHiliSnlC. in. ' , ' . material w 9 abundant. Then Nemesis hYjpm her work. The n-n teranppl] " f [n t-clu-stial re- hiiih was. inexhaustible, and practice became next to frurtk . Then, just before the tir t series with Yainkrbilt.. Jmlm Myers was thrown out by oul- nil " iIiiisl ' ■uiscrupubHis flutt ill-advised but very frc- uin ' iU councils, iif tilt- I ;unliy. Si ■ n bf.-jin ;l ' " hard-luck story " ilirmi£li«]i. I he nn-ib tried jjaiWulv enough, arnl YCii ' n 1 . I hi- !:■-■ ■■ , l go K ai itliMaclt- wow a Eair perccniaijc of iheir games, I Luc the Team had 9 1 hs heart u|» ' n win- nhiK the Championship ; and when distouragemeiu and disability Manfred in defeat, they found little solace in the victories which came their way. lluL Mill, disheartened as they were, thry found Ibc stiidpnt l ' vlt rea-ilv ( ■ Mivt 1 ' Tt them ; and i1h record o f the -n ' ji -mi shmvs two bright spots which illumine all the Bloomy doings ' d iltL- Team of l W- I ' inil of all, Myurs li-l| Ids aitfh liefciiv Iv riM-hed. Auburn. flushed with her rare victory in football the previous year, came tauntingly to hunt another - ;l!|i. " L ' Ill- first day. Sawrie pitched a remark- able game and won ■ easily, k-cLiiig down when Iil- hinJ held ihe Alabama hatters saidy helow- tin; njjik reached Is y ilie ' Varsity. The m, ' xi day, with a double-header scheduled, Myers pitched thirteen iuniiiKS to a 2- 1 vki Ty The side-linen had long been out oi ihe bleachers, and preserved an admi- rably dignified tile nee vhen the nann- was won. Tlie di.fi: at 4 ■ T SewrmL-L- ' s ' " I Emm loir " did mui h t- ■ encourage the Team ; ami forthwith they began pre- parinj; for the tw-ei series with VandtrMH Sawrie, in the Inrsl two games, stint out Scwa- nee ' s ancient rivals twice. Them chc Tigers played the Oniiiih ' ' I ' Ti. -• in NViidmlle, ; ts ■ l ■ I Sawrie admin- istered another blanket score to the claimants f«r superiority wcr Sewanee, So, in spite of all the miaforttuie, the Team oi l W lias some irracfful memories to eherijh: and the Afotintaiit ha»i moch fur which ihi iiunik its memher . :i- a$kfct-!fraU Oeam of 1910 FRANK A, FAULKINBERRY Cr CH ht K, ' . i VS Mmiaiprr C BRUKI fG liKAL - - ...... Ouch PLAYERS AND POSITIONS. JOHK IK UVI- ' KS . . . . F ruvtnt EDMUND C. ARM]- 5 ] ' Y.rw»rcI FRANK v FAULKIHBERRY . . . - . . . Center AUBREY LAXIKK - - - Guird T. FLOYD STONE - - . Guard Sufattitutti. II. PATTON SHHTHOS BEN R. CAMERON BECOKD OF TUB TEAM. Srvtaret v . South Chatlnuwjci Y. SI. C. A.- 22 : ' i S W n« W Allllrt AlMrlie dub, KJ-3J-, -w tiq-f hi i iiniiuli jul Atactic k ' liili. 7-J.1. Si ' iiiit-i- n. Ynmlerhih, 10-5 . ScwsiTif v . ]!c «th :t Athletic Clulu, IS-Ml 5 W IK4 W Cnnibtfl l.ihit, H-lh Si,- ■■. .1 ni-i- vt, I ' rme ' raitp uf Nashville, Z5 3H. —ISO— CAP GOWN AflTlSTS ■7 X i iff T B m JtKf i _ f ' 3 ■ ■ FRANCIS V.UX IVII. 1 ' AHTHVR ll •■ ' •■ U1D Si HJr. LUES t£DEfttCO PASTRANA. i pmund pendleton tl ' rmer. Charles Mcdonald ruckette. james fa ham evan LONE ST m WILLIAM AIMISON jnS ' NARD. MISS LEONE ROBINSON. 1II5S THERESA rF.Rkr S. MISS CI- LI vs I !■: hi vii iv 35. ' N»u r l Bridie. AdvcrtiiMrncnt Costume Party ai Dr. Billy ' s. KACULTAS IN THEOLQCIA. " Hit " ilinv pn TSj-ii-in v jajcd ikrwn 1lt Anil [iH ' k jc-v ieai vl ii li in lltr chancel rail: The clii.iT ai " l lltUJtl Uld tHni l.mL •■- Trwtecf and htmhH.ipadijjiiiliecl lltu 1ail. Tltc scfvicTS brjjl £hltliaui|i ihromfa lln- Unmr ,, Ami ■■nLinnry [iiL-n ht-r lost their i icc. Till i f iii-i- thOW 4 111 " -. i:iik.lil_v tii.i-ltc.il |piiVi-T% Ami asked the c piiicr«jck±i n to make (.- 1 1 ■ -i i.- ■ - £[, LtikV HO04 hraiitj men -it in a ft-. Ami rath nni thought ' .t lit hIunjIiI m--.- ml cmw. |Iii( (1ii-ii ilii- ivrs-ry penple nrri upright. Ami ann a tokg llint iml jfrl HIT » iliitln: Thr cliiil- ii ntaiirrriL liuLc, anil th harni- ' iijr «■■ ■■ dim, Unl cadi (m ctter wHiit | " »-iiiiil inn ic itit |iii ii- - ' irh r-.f him. " Tbcrv ' A Hinenil , juetl as deaf a a ta-lieiil fa«c«ai»EtT p With a -rliji ' rti mi l (craer of Tnaitner that wtjald lIuUM .1 privateer: Thr 3-r;if i in - lipping y him. ami Ik li. .-. .-. Ih- ' h h liim iii 1 1 . Ami kl . i JHii-rvw..rl; rrallj; ' «m ' like il 44n ' l hitilt |D laM— l ' ,-r Ii-. I:- :.-.■ ii ' iii; virinkEfi], anil his lira-il h ni-.irly hi k " : ] ' u! In - !i» ' i-i » ' rfy VncmiitE, fur Ii-- ■■■ i- ' iic still i jf.ro w« iiiK.. Ami hi.- ' ll i-rry ■■ -in idinrtwIrdFEC — Ii-c ' h a n(ifk. " Aim! lhrrt ' 1 Vl i:!i j nune- just like a I .■ i -- ■ ■ - ■ . An J a faulty u law i- n ' j MM euiihl wi h i in .il! ' |Liej|JaB| nf ti 1 litintinR H-C L 1 the JUl-- " ' h:iliy-li-.l«llillK, An J he ' Oion rapid- Iithib lifrt il i CKl en ' held- ll ' Jim cake Mm in idvi-.cim.-ii1 , h " 8 li: ' y ulverliM:- liiL- 111 ENu ihu WOflfcr-WOricinl iianl. Herpkidr. And tpurilon 111 iittnmi.n.t l«c Itts (lifinvii inln can fijsiiin All who c«n Jar Ht ihinli— ' Fifr nui-l- ' ' ■ ISliE p 111 ciHest rucH wJinm llwy title AilhI Ire liint nn and hwii the plncc lie k " ( hi- huik; For the fini put dtMln ' 1 milter; i i the last lHal rtii ' krt the 7,plaiH-r, ' i, iil - mi- -hi-t flhr ie wn that fantitfht llkat inUii fa ' " ' :, Hnl. blitr-hinif liV a fOM, hell 4 lm-ic ihit it ' s — , AiiiL :ill ; li-r while hi- " II ivhintlc thRniRh his n..-.r Tin- ii 1 hvc Ihtir r pjHlion h irt llldr iwhll mvj1 rna iiort, The TlKvkKK " fni «rd to — — — ' , Ami li bellowed ami he nm ?.!. lit! chr lii|Hvf.n snnred, llnl il manrrril -.rry Utile- d£ the -way that he iImI li n-l: I ' -t ill bi-lfiqt« iriuKknl onward, mrf stripped Hjlkinli al all. -15S- ECCE gUAM BQNUM? WELL, YES! ] dri ainu-d a drFaiu hnc jv -UTuialil. — I ' ma, -lrj,i)|n- L jm) Jr ( S i clear I ' ve- iHrt fwjjui ii -.| ' .ii ■■.-. Nliir « ill li.r -rt. I vr,i ■ .! ' I .Kin, ii ' .ir rfriL-ii.iii Dt ' an. til jiiyniis rh«nl. I ' " in: ' .i(i I ' .h lErvalin TmWit, mid ?,ay: " ttrliriM lum- |p " " l ' " Tiw draw mi chained : I ha-w a n i-in — Twas wrj- queer For cIiti.iucIj ihr Fj»nk MbattO finite The- Ame-ll ■ ■■ lh.rr: I hiw tunt |Jr;iiP, e ir (TUlAM l van. lit jfry- ' W ■mwhJ, 111, hi up lirnr.niin K UCJR, ami -■? " i i-iii . " :■!] li..u K . .. -il ! " " TtlS COWCC POM liis rn. pii.g miJL [iL- 1n », And nnrtopped (Tic l. ' lly Rtitinuin h?i£lll. Tin- liit.il KirluroM huitHL ' d lht- key . And sinl: ' " I ' l k Gu lllr t1:i|M " _r ' v Hife— m-nighi " Tl»c I ' rahdni " MtiUK-d, ftiuL nmirnuircri iijwn iji-cl: " Say. vilial ma (liat And what a itmi ll «K t? " ' Li.. " - Mr " iiiiiK, " i hi- ' -h.k-r rain re-plied . h ' -aT - j lwr. with a huaf}- juk ! Mr r ' J ' y H in ' -, i;ivih-riU ' mlh1;l[miH is: I ' -fi-inl Nijistvwl nr t lbe chaj Iwjjiii. A mijjTiljr liiiiilcr — and tiK i " Ty vm-, niin. ' Tlii.- 1li|ih( WW iSaffc, 1 Itt- v. .in u.i i rtccp, I iwmly liriikc 4 Icif. Vl-i I li d sixH.ru rh:it iiiflthr u- Lii-. A -vigil with the keg: lim jwrtfntly, irnufi mi chi- gloom- ]5iN (lure at any rale — The Tii-cirrf, f i jiIil- inurr cmiti -, lUc-larr-d i1 ciiiili catn. Nt-xi iLay ill - E iticii it " Tiidi 1 1l» li t, " XV hi " nine Dial lie n-i mill ilir, " And nut i laal iit t — 1 1 r i - c ■. ' 1 1 ■: I ■ ■ n i ChmIiI uiic-- 1 1 ii- :i-.i-sii uliy! Man is a carnivorous production, and must have hh;lU ; ail leant n »C i rival a ilav. — [ r. PtffflSt, " B ' (io h! i ' xtmt over to dinner with me. " — Tile ] h jirsi n. Slnnlent: " ' GochJ morning, Mr. Pemk. " Mr. I ' cak: " liood morning? Oh, vl ' s. pornl mi- «r -i - 1 1 _: " -lib- Perpetual motion i " jOCUrtdO U ' ikLii.— Mr, MaUIS. LCrcc ijunin Etihifcurn I- 1 i.i i ii :n| liljitumf Dr. Righop; " Mr. S., gjve Jtie an illustration of visual aphwia, " Mr. S,: " If on 1 looks at v«m so tint ymi ;jii 1- " embarrassed lo speak, (hat would Ik a case in point. " Dr. Hi shop: " W-s, s-ir, a very pood illustrati ' m. " ' Dr. Mull. " Mi. h;n|if. i Iivi-l- is thai Improper XuhlliL-rV [ waiil In have if In mm I. " Dr. MeT-rydc : " I was teaching ;i ■■ I ;■ — i-.-i mhui ladtai hi-i year — " V-i. - I ' nii-. i hi rear: " Ge , that ' i what ' s tin- iiku- Ut. " Worn r r. Ilnllihi-n met one of liis lirei ' k i!:i " i f.n i Iil- first liiiK-. he wrote his name on tine black- Imard fur tin.- judieiKe ' a information. Mi of tlie Student , coming in late, LmVkeil at lIil- ritinj; for a ionp lime, told thetl liked : " C»H y ■■! gci ii m the Supplv Store? " Whin ws Hoiirv(k) |Ci)ihwn? Ask Telfair 1Tih1j; ' ' ii. Aladdin ' ? lamp h;i- liven ilistoviTed in St. Luke 1 , THE BALLOT BOX. " Th Mniwt iVinliar Pfof, " went liy unanimous ili.hiv-t- to the r ' acitlly. Senmil irlnHre. lliy i-l ' -E in ' the Vacuity The " I ' vse Dancer,™ " Uifjjjest Sport, " " ' i ' ij;Ee l l- ' lin, " ami ihf " ' Sweetest. " all went by a large ma- il n-itv ED " 1 ] iiL-k " Ch V », nn - L-ti ' nctL np the " ' ' ' ■■KK , ■ ' , Eittf " liy a plu- rality ■ ( several thousand There was a vast difference of opinion as to who is the handsomest student. The fichl is led by " I _■.-! iii.hii " Whin-, wiili Miller and Sempfp tied for ■■.fl OHll gihiev. Turner k ' ik voted, with idiijhi oppKiikm, to • «■■ 1ar th the Cheekiest and Most Conceited student. The " Haehelor of L ' glhicsg " was a lie beEnvexn Jtilin Myers and |[l-cV t E 3 olden, with Siln- Wi ' ll- i ;im - An l 1 " :lli I kinlltL " rr in l-l " .- in ■! ;ni ' l third p]ftCe L, Iff- ECCE HOBO " Thfi ' lliis «lf tfhfH l, in nwtitm tuyr, ] ' rii|»rir(y s hurls, I fain wmiiI ' ,1 r : ■ i -- -.- ■. liy iimi ■■■ i-i.n-r ' I ' n- hi ir I liy Mf. .i::l ■ I hiii, iuiJuinj; Ihj " hi Ijc;-( k- " i-. " Tlit Lew rt at (lie Animal In (i rptluiiyl " ' J ' V SU-nlnr ' j, fnl 1h Junior wiins: — Al bvetjf social KSt4 " lis 1ns cll ' tijjlll 1Cf M-izC 4 he hiiTIIS And lead the l iH abfflltl Pi. s1l:lll liis ' . " Im-vl- vkhntj - Ami all -oE hk fcvin — Tliis Doctor or Boriniftjr The sii (y 1: Kttrtel -IS - 1 mm Jhtiutx — The University of tfie South r SKVlANKK, rKX.M ' SSIH C Ori aizt J l£5? Opc J IWi Rctihed Charter from (he Stm of Timicwcc |fc. " W U ' l ltr (he joinl mnlTu] hjI siiiir ' lL ' -ti Si ' LillLLn] ])iLMx , h t , ! . LENRted iyn a (InnmiiL ■ if aliimt ru,r : ::, ;ll-™s, mil ;■ inlaHiaiiflf ihtCiiililjurliLlinL MnjUhlaitis, ■It a region WOTM-fiinmtijf fur i[» snlLiljrsmtJt eliinaU- ;iih] fur r lit 1 l.iuauty hjI " lLs iiuEbTal scenery, The Universal} 1 is ItLpg iL (r ™nfci ibm following lI ? " ifK in i-muxm.-: Ji.A., M.A., B.C J E.,C.E., G.l)„ IM . While Sfwaincc ' s rjnins In sl.-nu] for Eniinm;.; iiL Lhuv.kiil inSil ILlLTiily Cil]lbT j is jUhlifi i! liy tllL " ItTTKl " IHHIlhcr t f limnm who him ' v al[:ii]LL ' l in [HrcniiuiL ' Eiie lei MlLTii ' Lirt 1 , jmir:i;ili- m. and tilt: lcariKfl pjTolH;K»i(Kr]», nuijiv are nillvltskFliI ici lnis:cii ' wi siiilI tilimy nllii ' is liiivv atlLiiiv.-il lo liiffll position in I he affrcirx itf the HEaH, L :l:hI NjiILuii. TolElCttll |iitii::lih-!L[ .-jU ' hhT limklmj; on iIil- University ilcmiaili will hlkOtlly lw juLlU ' lI a Science- H all . for wtikli Mr, CstriH ' jjk Imx gfhtn Jto.tHjQ, and whie.li, when l-oiil(k14.-.4. ' 1 him) pro[K: , ]l. , -ctin ipfM L will cnnuilniiv t " iIll-- rmtitk ' T jrruwili of ibc Untvertfty. The cltol-Ji Sic year 191 - tqi f 1ht{ " ix K fiminW s . Foi dialogue flnd further infarmaiinii, address WILLI AM BUNNELL HALL, HI. A., M.D., Vie Chinetllor, or ih REGISTRAR, 5t»uet, Tenh, -L iQ- The Sewanee Military Academy 1 1 UkMimV I III: 5EWANEE GRAMMAR SCHOOL) On the Domain gf the University rf the South. Sewanee. Tenn.. and participating with the University in its advantages tf hcalthfu] climate, natural beauty tf scenery, and fine Library. No in its forty-second year, Cadets prepared for the University $f the South, for any other college, or for a business career. h:ir Cafai.owji-5 and other irr fob nation, apply to The Headmaster, Sewanee Military Acntlemy, Svwwiee. Tenn II The lVuiu ' ssoaii LEADING MORNING NEWSPAPER OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE (I THE GREAT PLAT-LIRE PAPER jf the $utc Publishes Hie atwt the day it. hap- pens. Printed every day in the year, al TEN CENTS PERo WEEK, n A. H. FETTING Greek Letier F i a t p ti 1 1 v DEUJELRY UmonndMrn p :- ' " mitI 1o any fraternity number lljrouKti the xcrcciiy tf ' lht CrMpltT. £pc MJ Jrjifitii-»TiJ cacimiir rtimiarHd en 3in pirw, rinfcj-. rnr ili fw ilhlctic TTM4U, tic. 21} W. LIBERTY ST. BALTIMORE. HP. VACTOKVi 3l3L4ia 5h - h. — Lr l — 6 ALL LINES LEAD TO - a - t Headquarters in Nashville for ' Varsity Tea ms of 1310 Nashville ' s Exclusive Hotel Rates: $3 to $5 Per Day SJe DUNCAN leads in business and social features Elegantly appointed " Shower H Rocnn free to guests W. J, CUMMINS, py« ideni L. F. BRADSIIAW, Managing DirMLor annzmmpg -]6i- 3 Stief ' s Standard fl CLiitFiLTiK Tnemhucidiste to be a. little be«cr than any oilier ia not sufficient W a cLiscriminatmK public. Claims to be can icicing must be backed by the TTHir hjindise. f I All ihe prestige thai i m be afforded by half a Ctrtlury tf recognized prt- rnjaenp? belpn£5- IQ The St jef Company. M Our stock is selecled frum the choice cnerinfi tf aJl the leading tactorka, pnd on account ' the rrmsnilude sf ow purchase we receive special dis- counts, which make it nossibfee tor us to offer the neweal and. beat pro- ductions at prices impossible by other dealers. The B. H. Stief JeWelrp Company 404 Union Street, NASHVILLE, TENN, ]M Grap=Fox Tailoring Company 215 Fourth Ave h N. F NASHVILLE, TENN. They always have Ort display the latent patterns in both Domestic and For- eign WooEeris. When in Nashville, call in to see them. They ' ll treat you square. THEIR CLOTHES ARE MADE AT HOME. HO Phillips Buttorff Mfg. Co. Mihtri and i " ' " i ' " - • ck» NATIONAL STEEL RANGES AND THE ENTERPRISE STOVES Every ' essential for nursery, dtnint rown t feirtch n h 1 -yndry, and dairy. Write- for catalogue and price if your dealer do ngi handle th P. flfc B. June, ALWAYS THE BEST AND CHFAPF.ST T — ]«— 1, v PERENNIALLY ; £ I i j IhjL ALL lLiuh: H n, h:ilL rxrx ■ Iran ■. :iiiJ raij :i " ]r bu ibc " ' Lke-rafy ioucIi. " li ' i IttfhL i.nJ ifurkJiriR in J give i ibr p Jurt lTi it idiKli tf il 3igtind KUTrisr. DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING " 7 Let the ' BERNSTEIN COMPANY He your JefrtrferJ ls4 square deal in guaranteed, and special prices given college boys, Bernstein Company il3CbdftbS " t . NASHVILLE. IE SH. i« r; pJ ' -n »-uiLj-Tit nhiiL=ltJ luvr lhat h-:iinr- jii. ' fc Jnr I i ti jf _ hrcunr y m htt dirr-L-tlj- jn -e i e 1 1 n.- !h " K-i ki vi ut liuiuc- Tkf Cizira- btrrlunJ T ' rLrpihi.-iir .ft. Trl-rjcm.|i!h CoTPpo-n-y ' l ' Wrvirc -.-imiiri Li jfiyii wil h. rvrr;i " imp ?rt " nl s ' l-.y unJ l-ciwii in Lhc Unilrd RIjiLts. Uf? " iij-r IjHti DikIaikt [.ir.-ra I-m IjlILc k:n=ir. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE UELEGRAPK GO. jr,-r:-nrpor»t»d Lukmrfs Cafe Pinar, Maia Z-IM-2JSJ 41 CttltfCff Street Bohemia lufc liitt-n in i it hviife rixff ww. Mala I4Sit 727 Church Street Joe Morse Company Clothiers and Furnishers Cnllegr Tagi far College Men -V ir in VouSamt Theaiet 6f9-62t Church St. Sazhiiik. Iwt. LfVi W. U. UALE C F- PltlZZKLl. - IP ft i I 1 m I 4ft 4ft 4ft I s I ■3(F 4ft 4ft 4ft — ]67— Fire and Tornado Insurance Bonds t . I ' irsl Xutiimul Itittik Itnilitiiii: NAM II VI I. Mt. IKNN. m [ID it ever occur to you thttt the University - Supply " Sttme is the handsomest. cleerve-st, jm iwst Ji ]?t Calkge store in America? That it Klips« eJt the o operative st irea ff the great Eastern and famous Western Universities ? Wei], it is, and It does, In the drug department axe liepi the hi hc ! nJilkiy chemi- cals and medicinal prejiarationsi thnt jjre produced on the uLujei. Vou micht ransacfc the world and fmsL nnthicm j ' hi he grade than is on display in flur Rrocery- This is nnt an idle beast; just a ainiple, actual fact. NotwithsisxniinK alUhis, our prices am very moderate h whatever you may hear said to the cuntrary. Vou Iil IJfi pay TT1CTC than :ic1u:il v,i]ill ' and I 7 ff J 1 " often, rtluCh ]C45. For a box £ r Chocolates or Hiett-er de Candies., ask for those made by Eagle Candy Factory Orders K ' ven [he Supply Store for SPECIAL SOXES will h;ive pruiHpt -iLtciLCion. Perbipt iht-rc if rrocfvinfl quit? uood « rou«bi fw S wanir, but wc will jpvr htr ihc Smi lht mM fau EAGLE CANDY FACTORY, ha turner. tA n t Nashville, Tenn, — ]W— -Illl — IIM — IIU — KM llli ™-IHI 1HI — IHL- " " llll ; w ll — IHI — llll — IHI — l|l| — III JOY FLORAL COMPANY llll llfy w CIT FLOW HIES P -r |if5 " n-H Ikllril I PJI « P ihrilri " rM WJEll Vnhcr-jil v Sii|i|il - Sn»r " H-ITflHK. HOI CHUtt ir T, V.iMIVTLLE.TENX, PI II 111 I) 1 11 (J AS 1 1 l ll II r n I i uy 1L„ Ryan Son Plumbing Co. WJ-L MAKE A SPEC I A LTV C.W IX STALLING PLUMBING, LIGHTING, II E A T I N G. A N l S K W V. H A V. U, SYSTEMS IX CWXTRV MO MIS Nashville, Tennessee -I--I--I-T 1- T T T T T ■ ■FTT1-TT-PT ' W ' W W ' ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ i " " T k II II — II II — II H — llll —11 1 IHt — iHI — IHI — llll — llll — HH — HH — llll — IIH- r a n n The Cmcv-HalocH Co. :.: (rliaSttiiiiHtyis, Tvan. Water Tube. " Horizontal, Stationary, Internally Fired, Murine, ' Portable lire ' Box, and " Yfaaxe lfci!tifw ' lift tern h Tfie Souths Greatest Bookstores BrfoiT ]mr li-i iiiii i-l-mwhere, write ih for catalogue and prirtri. U ' « enry a •.■• in pltle tine of ]5ikkkx, SYjrt ' HhNxitv, t ' uL ' N TJUJf ] " |-.S . I ' UST ClMIM, ] T1 Wfuii uti jDu mntnwj- Wrifltf Or l ' hIE Oil IU Saw; £ Lamar ft ' thwiffe., Ttna. Dallas, Tt.wv Joseph lit ley, Liveryman Carriages., Buggies and Saddle Hofac . ' . . " . a terrier at the lll Aesi Urmttt Phone ;J j -□ O Mcuanee. Ten ft. ■t f? , ■ OFFICE " y ; ■ C STATION 1 P r«iu -i7i old S -wj nt-r nun WEDDING INVITATIONS PR1JITJNG OF ALL K IND5 TH.O . W. REMIT h " - - - 1 r ■ ■■ - ! LJnifw t- mj Printer ' Alley N«..h Pillr, T (lawerL QAjros. V ' prnrr siTWiA ■ %f» " f " ffi i. a Wtrtet j§ HENRY HOSKINS IJVKKY FHDNK J! SKWANF1 ' , TEWM. Finest Vehicles lo be Obtained on the Mountain Prompt and CuurleCruS Treatment m -171— The Premier Line cf College Station ery AGENTS IN ALL LARCE CITIES fine J O. Sutherland ' invnc ALL THE TJKE.- K-KPRR S PAPCEIr TRUNKS, PIANOS, lti4 G?ncrpl Hmtinjj Phon 70 HEW PlAHChS FOR ri m: A. BERGEDA BROTHER 6 10 C J. ur t Slrtel Viinifiii CarJi, Cdctieti«i»ttmii Invfliiinni, Mariour ™- , md S ' ru.frrsii.i- ScaLiwirry n tiud( by Harcourt Company fiLlEKiJrflPI uJ Kjlfll-if Tk LOUISVILLE, - KENTUCKY ' ■ " ■■rn kji- -Liiiirilf-i ! ■ m ricirrfi ni,n-tf en ycpyr fli E- i, -.vhrfu 011 -.1.4m cKf brfic In chli liru SEWANEE icsse Trench Pianc and Organ Co CLAUDE. P. STREET. M n h " tlanu.k. ' EEuriia if !iiur nd Fl rl ■ ■■ 1 r ' i ■ ---■ ■-!— ' Hh:-rLui.lMI UfPHiU ' riEfcLiPf i f !1l + EhlH y Pu i NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE fei NASHVILLE. TEN«£SSEE One-Trice JeWelers R S. BROOKS Urj fan-mil, tirarrriri, JtficwL, Hacl. Hnd Km miitiing (.Z-nctam SEWANEE, TENNESSEE Do you want to hiive a really swell time at this year ' s hop? Then get your com- mittee to order extra high-class music, CHARLIE PELLLTIERI Nashville, Ttnncurc The Read House CHATTANOQCA, TENNESSEE TIk mm nnfcrfelly Zoc i1r£ Itdrl In IhE-clty. All moC- rrn EEtnirrnliErCEt. 07 hun-Jird rurati wish pi.vtl-r bjih Blnrlr and iti lulir. l ' ubli-= ihnwEr yjihi. £u.- Llr.i UMinlM. flJIST CQUIPf EJ Ctit In lb l«nh. EurrfiEiPH-n flan Rati . 4 I p 1 ' L r " - " J LTpw«.rd -172- .i-hi,.i, d inn C, IV. BADOUX ■-.,. ■■■■■■ a j- Hair Good 22ft Fifth A .. H. N.,H«II.. Tr nn . Sewanee Utilities Co ; 5 t m Laundry Pwranme Yukon cipKitltjr pplkitird CAPS AND GOWNS L w i Fficci. Beat Ytlur KiEuJiy G ■:■-,■ m liid Hood , fvilpn ufiJ Chair Kobei. Cox Sons . Vim tig 2n2 Fwrlh iww - HEW TORE Krrvcic-Jcd »L UnLvcnM |. ■ p 1 fchr Aouth b-i. - Jbrnii M. Htuu FRANKLIN HOUSE CtiW n ■ !} yS- TennEHce " tt " S where we alL tat " A i NEW FROM COVER TO COVERj Webster ' s New International Dictionary JUST PUBLISHED Editor CJii f. Dr. W. T. Hurrii, fcnTKT TJi Si Cixn-TsiM ' ' irr $f !-.■.■:.. Llinn, flcurrjil Ijikirftittluli p-r»t-|L-.j.lLv iL: i u bird. LhviJtd Pujfr- In: |H irl3ir3l WMrdj jbQ r; c k im|ircrl9.ri1 Ix- kiw. Ci:ciLftJ?i» minr inn niL3iLiirfi ff IfiUKdl lO nni [H-:i; lr Ili3.il n ny ulTief LKk- Lmhihz-y. ;,7WI ' jjii. r.ffLrti " Ni ' dji ' tlti ' i-iij C«| |b.| b+ 1 in Srh.nlnn.hip, Cnrvt rnifrvra, Aulbwiij, Utllly Wribr feir h|-CL irnrri pj.j;r ! ' ' a C MERRtAM COMPANY pring I iflil. »■■.■., U.S. A. r ad .fl; © re inn [ i ftit ja ii rid r .iic f toaiirF t5Vtttt » ]7.1 • - Sjxcncjcu ilurld TatrtrBit anil yindscapE Thnlogrniilirr Si1liT! S fcp AppelTilmf M l ' : " ::lf 12 Greenfield -Talbot- Parker- Baltle Company h i7 ,ii 0 Furniture, Mftttressea, Springs Etc. Hting Mamifafiurtr , ant- i ' ::,-s .Jr.- i ' ii u;-s l.:-,:n ,.(m-r 4 jt,n T ..w.; n 1«W T IMF HtTUIAri.. Nwlh JOSEPH H. FISCHER MAMUFACTUAblt ASfi DeaLkK IN ftjrc fanarf, OuegfHKJtjrf, Home- twtd i- ' untisftittjj Goods, Busfimtf and Ten pm ' i; l . Student Lamps, I ' inF Packet Pwffory, Etc. -:- -;- kheme is SKWANEE. TENN. — ' A— ■ COLLEGE, ANNUALS CATALOOUES STEEL DIE KMKOSSINti INVITATIONS Ti-li-l tioii -M« Mjiiii . " I. " i7 jiuil . " t. ' jiS McQuiddy Printing Co. Nh kIi v i 1 1 p, To n nciHHor PRODUCERS OF THE ' CAP t ND GOWN -175- -i - l- EKG RAVINGS ■ Y Tut Electric Citv Euan a vim g Co.. BurrALd. H. V. 4 •


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