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

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rrlnbrs THE C- ' A " " ■!.■ ■ »-■■ I ' fiLUHIUP. wi MffXICVl.T P c 7 -JfaA.yj WIIJ.3AM BONNELL HALL M. A., M. D. VICE-CHANCELLOR [HIS BOOK IS AFhECTIONATtLV DEDICATED AiTtflpmii.- A-Hh-rrliH-nr Dk AliRiina Club Alpnji Liu (.hrwr A. Alumwi AluiTiDi Aluruu, Florida AluTTiU. CjTBIglBi Alufnh . N--»- ■ " ■ Alumni. 3i 4 Cnfai AaUMw-i etti i win Hum M.pu A. w " Gifi iml Et.IL. " " Cifi ihJ Gown " Suf □uhwlliir Gilbi Ckni » i a | CUt Chrlidi Chen t ' Ub Choir C . ' . .. I £■■ a» t.f mm CUrt =f WIS .... Clui l.F 1416 1. 7 U » TABLE OF CONTENTS-Continued rjrm Brnn:li ' ! I " r I- I . ;■ Dr M KfcllTlHl Drdirjlioti Drill P. Brit Drill Tiu lirlli Drhi ibr Olun F_ Q. R. I.mrijld»r IlhI whi rlmp-ilal I ' mrri kJ -I iwl K I luiptlil, Vi I Imiiua Alumni Fciutiilulf Club Wt tMwaJ itM Gnirpi Al li Gill. Mm Liuri Dukr Cilki . M,. D. C. C-lr Cluh tijrfti. CM, W. C- Cr jutlinr: CW, 1413 l-Emi™, Mr. F_ II., l|.=.Hm.n 13.11 Id Mrmoium Jdmn. Mm vjiiIit Junior CLrrniB CM, K. fr i Alutifc Kippt 5nm. L r|V Mr. A. C. I »i+. Mi« Miry R.. Louihuu CltJb Mju-jtglh pwh M t Hr . W. T„ HpU 1«-4lL rhl J-LrfiJib Xil Mcii -rfcl, AdmrnmlrLliu HEdp, Mk o6 ■■■;,■ SccH-rj IS . 24 i « mr ' HI. r H »l i,i ID w 121 I: JH ( l M l,i ' . H it I! in ni m Mb ■■J i ■ . 2 ■■.; H 21 11 I ' M MrJiiriij ! Club McuJy. Miit lUit E_ Mirilyr. Mr. E. Oatdmtr " ' Ncilk Ik 5h d«. «F Brrtlia " Nr ri h " Nr S wirw . Tfcc " New York Alumni GnVrlv " I InthiH ' ii ' A ihU U ' rhmrhr UwgHaE.ttidfli Ot y MtBoritl CWtfc _ Ohr Rt««rr Phi DtluThHi I ' hrflJiin HWriwrV Cannula Rmm _ I ' r- ' llil-iliofl Clut Public ilio i ___... ,. " I nch nJ Judj " ' Turpi . " IV Rotrrii. Mi« Miry Cliftn 3. M. A. Chb . " S-i.ni, n,| S naui " S:irrh HuiUinE Sirnwi Crrmin Club- 5rt- fcrr I lu«|-il l ( Naitmllrl St -k HTC Ll Tbl|- BvTKly StW«H4 MllliiF? Ac Jrrfiy DrjMrlmr ! ;ui ' |.i|ii E ' .pnluri SfL-KoMtn " Club 4slKlrlft MJlh C+fCtllW AluFhhl 3i 4 Caralini Club Lrtc ' i T«wk4 m+ Club Inn Ch6 Tlwobskfl D r.ii " «K- i ' Tillou . Miw L cjr H. Tpw.. R . S. L. Unnrnirjr CWfe I ' ltft » H . 76 7 « ID ... 6i 6 52 IS 7 B7 tit) I " n i a, 91 it 64 . 6? 23 K M in: ?J A! ■M 14 ■» 1(11 II « W 2? Oitv Chvkh The New Sewanee fli Rhowv M-. Miim-,. 11k- djnail Jutfll tn(»«an. 4»d AfW4»H " l light il ih ltd bclort il h. (Ik riudofi Ik Fh ttauhaar 44 in aaagit dtizlmt. hth». Thr tiald wim clinr rich eibrr orr ihr rca j nd sarwaida rrjn Jvi hriu J pmprnlT, n nr3 lU|L-pl , du-.ild ir La,k H urvlh Mijhl and Rl[}ll- ToOajhr. ihr (J-ii ci d Urolifi. wiih k t Mi-arc jny-cm ihan in fcjinfH- rran. i|i|ml; Ana HWf wpaiIhI a r In ncilaa lai imw Git np f back ■ pt»ji ' r lor nwHhff " " fil — Fnm. 1 ' ihiiu i (-hrtp+ftJ «ard dcA Mil Of lacaL r U daac hf ittncj Scrrahcc ' i Hub. FraK cut ihr dc|ilha de 1 vi hy hillawi cuim-hI An,: ilcim, lh i r«H u iwwfi frcam. lb dwd. rim car nLofm. here upon Ihr rcrauarun nulled Ta [nlrllrfl imI I nawcWlp . ri t irird, TKay il c,l Vnjnw pif lb mac! fct T» gr - " H ld ihtr . 4m (laid ind WMtia. fini. " MrllnhLr ah Mr. «F hi|4i I Iriwi ' i {hail, Ribi; v«vcci ihirc in. innvrr calm wrrnp, Fran mrn whci loun ril vrhcn Ih di |ri wfp oVnr An,: rrji iks.i hln«d M[« " ih ScjuiVt ty hccn Mclh-nk+ h.l.jhl rV» HWB- pi } lih Jcwrc Fw hrt wn r il Bfakc Die}. Polk. J ad Grrrn. LbK miM I liy if ■ t»rfr «l dJn Bl wn fcy Ih kit i f k-tm Fa.nl YiErMri wind — On mi-:n iiikiI nlta ■=■) Jail irtlll iHT ilicitnl. And vagary and viboq claimed aty auftd — Rvrnr In gmf i -ai Partdiap I riaurd And o c « in " f(w« n»nw it»J| . ,■ ImI H . I, n ' -v FilIIh -hotc tuidihi hand .i liitd, And car Tvjlhm ilrcLchcd «nrl jn ra tr Euadi Ann w Irnmrd him blv hirp ilnw dnjlrd liy — Bul yd ih voic a| John B II H mi— I ltd rcttlvrd ■} ril-k hit l«ftn hjd f Ut)M By t t: " hilr I IrHhTh ■ chair in anllit-m i v-c iTjjlf _ Alv Hip ilnkv laAlrd down |ijibl Miilv I jud. in Bill. (1 ilh Mlt-hflOi nJ pxru t ] hut k r w Sev» A pliir- lull fT4WB lA ' hHiF Ix Jnnl t i,i«.icrj k pr t duly cijit And I ] mc E-Jiifc w in i(h lf fy tnyutr — Tffl ' hric H.p).,iri™ W« IWiintd iWiwd r ch IrArci. Anu K| inr and pvaL liy nulinni wrnr Irynl. I p w Iwr li ' .Db Ijif jnflh into 1h nuiU Of world nd iltp upon IIm- l d ' fcr+ nan. Yd tic iny BHtinlrd fcyjtntfr ptty ' ppiii hc-jib I is- hci whr? inlu tci.ii hid jnlrjcnw ■ ■,! — lrlhoi hl ai ehjI ikn lidf o-l ■LinnnfHl A h V) fc iMwl iho " WPwd ■» dfpjri, Cod fun ' lOhif l BUI I hi jical tflc t4 will gnenv, Thai afluctcr and ptiwrr dull M dcrxf. Tnal rich bvcrnrd.ttp d _y will -only frlvrvr Mn woiDb In piciiprr r»n Eurr ruiltow d ar fe And wnan jl I arlh iwf tc f»« P4uwd iy. Maj jll fcci low- pauK il Thy allir ' t git . The Chancellor m For over Iwenly-slx year of efficient and devoted service Richap Caikr hu beer connected, whh the Uittver«iy ol iTic Souih, Ehirinj ■he earlier day of h-»rd li»is i d itrufutlei li dtdined iJiornotion and jj.l r fin-f»l tn brotrikr held , with a Sure f-ailh in lh« drhliny f SrniiKf, As chaplain he was circled la a bishopric, and declined, pre Ten in % to cuL in bis tot with ihe Unlversily. The (Zhancellonhip is a Riling reward far liii long career of uruelfish lalxir. As l]i held oi a la.rg diocese arid a pramtnenl nri.in in the lite- rary world. Riihop Gaitar r i mary Mjl d dulte which keep turn a.vray from Scwanee a large part ciT the lime, ImJ his influence Is ilwayi Tell. He lid j the inLerest of Scwanee al heirl, and never loses an op- porlunlly oT advancing ihe Unhenily. His viuli ie, a jwe of (real pleasure and an Inspiration to every man on (he mountain. During ihe years thai Riihop GaUor ha bttfi at Stwanee,. Lhf l rviveriily hat passed through the m t tryinjr, Lirrrts of MS existence. He has hfffl ever ready In bear her Uiidcn , share her sulTerbigs — and n«w Jie ji Able t reMc in lief Irlumprri. Stwanee b loEliirute in having wh a man as CUrtf-dldr. The Vice-Chancellor m Al Vkf-Charicellar Dr. Hill ha rvmur ifi.n fulfilled ihe expec- Hfien O-f lb Ei6«irive Coounil1« tah.0 cojtferrtd this high honor upon him, He look charge of affair whtti ih University was in a crfekaJ condition. ITi« I iv and M«Ik I Department had been Abolished, and ihe numlier of riudtflti Cnnrrr pondingly decren ed. Hfcv v-tII Dr. ■■Billy " h " managed tarn I seen by the way he hi Uradlrd toil lilualion. Dr. Hall ha.j been Vice. Chancellor for Wily four pear , and t der liu abtf k Jmhip ihe L ' nimiily 11 in btLlfr financial condition lh ri t (f before. The Cni efiily hu gjewn larger in every s«iit c( ihe word. Dr. Hall is alert Ed add every injpnovtfrkciil that may be for ihe advantage of Sewance. Dr. " Billy " is a scholar u v etl a i nut ol affairs, hail I he -. irl -.1 in-- mi-. c» i) hi-- | -.|.i:l..v ily wilh i r rtudcnis. Mr rul?- wi:h a fijrm h nd. but is ™r ready t temper jUjtkr nilh LinJutu. Th indents heve raos? implicit f4ni(iderKc in Id; judgment, and Wk. him up in ill hi) undertaking). C ' r.df« Dr. lull ' s uuidanrc the Univeruly h» ilreidy taken long sliidt hi ad ncc; and the promLw lor tin fullirt is very bright. Officers of Instruction and Government Ht. Ri . TIKDMA5 KKAMi GAILOH. T, ,. VILUAH BONKF.LI. HALL M. A, M. D.. Ri . CLEVELAND KEITH BENEDICT. BO, DO). A(% f (. ' h pi -tin Riy. WILLIAM PORCHLR DuBOSEL M.A_ S.T.Du O.CL IjM-jn Fjwnlui at iLr Tkralesjrj Drpntwhl Bkd PruFnKjl r.H nhii nf 1-Tr riii mna Mnrftl Srirwrr- SAMUEL MARX BARTON. PhD, »Abfrtt Mb kit . I9IZ.IJ. WILLIAM BOONE NAU ' ft MA I ' rafrMor of L»lin, Rit. WILLIAM SAMUEL BIS] IOT MJ .. D.D. FVn(™or |f F fci Iok Kt- fltv. THOMAS ALJ.F.N TIHRAI.L IM Klv, WILLIAM HASKELL DulMJJil.. M A, Pn-rrnvl ul OIJ Trriunrftl L Ti|pj»Tir «hj I Mnfnrliliuri. BENJAMIN LcfEVRE OOULSON. C.R. [Abo. KUm. Am. Sac. C F_) Pr FtUW 4 Crn r,np»w.ii»j J ad khvufi. I " Rev. STUART LAWRENCE TYSON. ML A. (0»»J i ' roFtwof of New TtitiHH ljap m r tad lihrpretitvoa WALTED HULLIHEN. M, A, PhD. Dm «f ibe C l| i+ «F ArH wtd Scitrue «nd PftpFrtH ul GrrrL JOHN MCLAREN MtBFWDE, |»„ M.A„ PhJO. ' toftntrt J EnglitFu Ret. CLEVELAND KEITH BENEDICT, B.Ii, D.D. Drn al A Tiw nlnctral Drjiailmf nl, ud PraFfuai ijl (■ ' ■kV J | bwlo y ibd 1 i..nr..! lM i W. LLOYD SEVAN. Fib.. MA_ PkD. E ' lttTli+jf tf F E IiHOIJ 4feJ I ' .E 1 1 1 let. COLIN MACEFiNZIE MACICALL, B. A, B3. L. Clsrm. Prvirim ef CFirmiib U. WATSON SELVACE. M.A HroFewor cF Eihkt ud A|wliTtrin-k Rev. HENFTY RLLJ.Y CUMMEY. FAD.. CD, ProFettor «f Ett h iin M il Hiiiary bJ I 3 alitp_ JOHN NOTTINGHAM WARE, M. A PraFttwr «F Mod+ra L »-imt t. REGINALD 1RVJNG RAYMOND, DA, B.D., MA. GEORGE TOWNSHEND B.A, (Oi«.} jbtlewtor ii I.n(cli4i. CHARLES BERNHARD WILSON ' , ft A. Ixrtr wlac u ht drin Lll tf l| H , GEORGE, LESLIE MQRELOCK Aiiiilihl lb Hulurv HENRY CLARK SMITH, R, A. Dur-rlor ai PEif-u-r J fulbuir. Rcr, CLEVELAND KEITH BENEDICT. B D„ DJJ. AdinK C t i p l w -p , REYNOLD MARVIN KIRBY -SMITH. M.D. ] IcJlL Oftrct. At J .EN LAWRENCE I JAR. M.D. FhrncKM in Ctw e °d ' h hUd «-E " fcfr kJ Mctnoritl Ht pi«l. TELFAIR I [ODGSOFV. M. A. Tninrrr. Riv. ARTHUR HOWARD NOLJ.. I.LD. RfEiiiui. ROBERT LIONEL COLMORL (. ' ■■n-T " »!!■ TELFAIR HODGSON. MA. Comm.-ummr nl I .»ndi rod PiiiIiL»j.i EDMUND CAMPlAN ARMES. SkkIjijt ts iFtf r ue-C(urHfllar. ALBERT CHALMERS 3 NEED. DirrL Lur -nf ihr Uniirruljr PrfiL MRS. E. II . .SHCJL . ' I ' . Lit mi in, FRANCIS WADS WORTH CLARKE. Qji biil. RANDOLPH LEIGH Pwiw, JOHN HURTER CORDON. SE1SEL NEUTON JON AKIN. GEORGE 1 -E5LIE MOREEjOCK. IL eramram FACULTY ■togl if¥ T " i IM? Id EIetib nf tlcftlli, April lib!u I M. ALUMNI C« W- Qmnl.rd x,,.,,! I!..,, a, ., McHbiiM 1 Gujr Coyk B.S. CE. J. L. Aiuld. Jr. W 1im Hil« Pin Goldlkt P. Oupln C™ijt CTufmuH AH " Auutn ' EMfniii BunA J Hf , Chirk CnH - Oucndiiin IlirulJ Slrrlr AnJ,.l™U W. Bull CLilki I " . -mufii J»rpti Minn BiLrr duibi SvqJirt. I Erild Hraij Chimin-™ P.iiIht Pn. JJm llrtlry I ItU-y U ' .lUa F. B:rt Jrt. Jr. Ddcit Citurrc Cr rh HpjK fJlim Wirwn WilLu AfBHWOflt Ptrty, M.A. P v, THe— J " flurry Rr . Alltr ! ' ,l fl W ' lW Mullixi P- B.r« W.1L.IH Btnoiil ShtrfoV Lilt fl.. M.A. H i. MtNwb l iBe tt ELS., ELO. J ' ■.■■ ' ■ ' • I " ■■! ' - Kn. ; :.l M ft ilililwin ijiimin Ijn-m Ji-ihn . kplkj rLiicuw Wm, M " ba Aitra STUDENTS Levin B in 5 irorit (Ufli Wsrina, Jr. h ii r :■■ fiiim I- M.A- U- 3. A. i. ' ri|uKjit Hur riL eoMMioaiz ym MmMEW Theological Department m Who w (Ik monarch o-f all h surveys, at lK« theelo-K, ln«i t absorbed all tht college hi) lo offer, he (Titers upon a. glorious carter ol ' hrt years. He no lonpr scam ih honcon ind quakes lot perfharue it may he expedient, in ihe eortKiauiness, of " fWl. " 10 dodse th« Utriahlly " Tabby " he now mttte lh .1 enee iwt MitfHrintt pertwiaae will) a tgfnplactntr hal tuiprite? himirlf. a? lit letalb pari unavoid- able encomiters and contrasts bis i no n lit J squirming? with his prevent capadly far a pleasant chal. I " be class ' iocm also has reaped lo bald t errors for Kim. I here he 11 nut ihw Irenled as it mere ineittnenl rerinterit i-f knowledge quail- ing under an oppressine sense of. mental vacui«y. hul i reailded. fl r W If Ait regard himwlfr 4i a ce-Ktkcr liter 1runh, What a lorttinsLe thing; llm i if otcatwnaUy he ntaltett to Ktl uj a fttitaLkjn.. He hat only 1o hinl al utter inability lo giasjy. assimilate, and concur with mni subtle point of doctrine, and ind?rale llie throe of anguish his doubts cause Er rliicit ihe sympathy and co opeiaEion of the kind hul unsus peeling professor In an effort lo sEralghlcri bim out. I hn lakes lime. Sometimes nn heretical slalcmrnl strvts his. purpose and he endures the maledictions of tbe entire class until Breslin announces lo his eager cars lhe end of on hour s suspense. Ilien with .1 chuckle of :elief In bears " Well, gentlemen, we covered very little lad.iy, hut I feel lb l we ought nol to r»is over the poanl until we hive lf|fi[auf)Vy tfuf ' Fif d them out. I-Le the sam assignment for ihe licit lime, Not always, however. d e hf e 1se, Wh Can dtscriuf bli many «■ rw Inien lo rut ttrnwn, pneached to atienrW hearers on Wfdrrc ' day. suhtnitled lo tbf lender rntrcits ol the Senior Homilelic Class en Friday for helpful criticism. He finishes readmg his master- piece, which he hi) lau«red over and. carefully polished, unh a barely restrained Mni It of nlmLmtnl. a) be waits far the Dean ' s query to ta-th riitrnbtr of the class. " Mr. So-and.So, what do you think? " Rut before Ihe end of the roll be dreads with .1 gjiastly horror, " I ihlfik li was a jjkk! sermon, bul — " 1 1 is upon such flMattWl I bat [he letvfi- suffcring and smarting Tarsonelle i apl t. f i- ft liiirt tlf in wttl anltri- paJioti of his renengp when the n«x| strmafl thai] torn up for crilkism. Thuj In ihc neceiiaijly liniilrd iphtfe of hh irHdlttlll l activity ((or other and more i rrjpail-ar.il mailer:- dem-nid the ure-ikfr ij-irt 01 rii time) ihe dweller in the sacred precincts of Si. l.uke s ha.; va.neJ eape- ijenrfes. Spice doe rut penmit linfjenn-g upon (he inadequate prepara- tion of tl Academic department whi h f«l 1o equip a man for lilufilnji (hreunlj Hekrc -. or foff fruitr iin the- imidmi facility wiih wh ' wh the Piofoxor of New TeHanVtnt dincn ' .tn Hit Mac UrnOUnl of one ' i knowledge. Ihe " I two log V inlimli lie ax ea.Lenxive as llie various aclni- liej of ihe Lnitemly life. He would fair give- hlmxeJF up to an csclu- •ively nttim-mic life J bul il ji required of him lh».t he he in ihe world 1n0u h (Wl f IE, I | ■-. ;t.. -|S-:t dl ' jiciivdilc lo ll.r ' linr» ul d|i--f r:r:, - ..J ir. ■? [ eruxkhorc reigns f-uprcrnr. I uth ntlcioL in Liu gayer affaire o-f Sewane life ii frowned upon by xorr.r. ]l Krm:- advantageous, h ' jv- 6vtT. llut m a seminary situated ax Sev»ariec ix ITieologa should iden- tify ihemsekiei a mud .11 possible with l. nlte-nily hie-. In ihms forensic St. Lvlie ' f. doc none ih»n her share-- ft i» Kuctly p»4 iblt t M«id n. meeting of the Sewane Literary Society without wcinv one o two of her HH on. iht rMtnarn, ' 1 he ruin per- plexity of Ffnadian end v-hrltdon ii lo a. void loo gre.iL a prcjwrederantt 4I ibe " ' punt hi heart, " The kit tiling (0 b Hid of the Thelbftkel Dcparlrnem lit thai H b leeklng In Advance Spirit. So St. Luke " ? is wrll rtprrVnted on the gridiron. But then we ne-ver think, of ihjx or thai eteparlaient in liewintt ]ife. All distinction is lorgolten in llie Fad thai we a.re Scwanee men. who fount :l a. privilege to represent her in any iviy, and feel a keen sense of responsibility in endeatorin-j! to mainliin llie high itindardf which tf»it wl» have gone before have let ut. Lot tho e unfamiliar v.iih Sfwuiw fhwtd | l (t WfrW ' tn ' " - nomii rtmirtt a Hf»utly indKttrvt of iftr tone of the Theological Ijf parlinrnt. let it w undkfritrwdl lh«C die Kfwla.;lir sl-iLuj of (he [icparl- mtnl lias neier been hiKhei lha.n it preient. At lent f i u r ■ fi T I Ji 1 a ihe pieien.1 Seminary will Leave Sewanee wilh icademic degrecj. and ihe ilindard ix being; rdixed yearly. Bui thiwe oF ui who fii -e heen here Iqfttjeit ttlliie th tiWMl irofljly lh t ou-r rrxwt prexwiw ktion rt leirixd aol from book bid Ir ' Mn llir ntmplet tt uV ' -Olioo to dhlly, hiuji 4chitvtm nti. and faith in iiirab. which hivt been a.lwiiyi the proudest heritage of Sewajiee men. Dl p BtMEMCT The Academic Department A her ill it iriij 1 he »dtmH d th»t ihe real colka life h eiperir cnced by the Academ. Freed from ihe e llina rtHHint of (Ik preparatory whwl. llir IVjhmftn rntrr -ah tnmOnrric.nl i ' yr. .■-■■! exhilarating., full ol atlratlion And aLoiandinir. In Kicar possibilities, Hii demeanor, upon finding himself in the midst of swaggering iSoplio- rrnwe). confident Junior , and reminiscent Seniors, nay be cha.ra-rleri.ied as iifii-J»1rin,iv -. In ipitc of the firm convklion lhat he !i now a mm imong mwi, he U orcaiionally surprised into a " Ye tir " or " L No iir, " as he rtplitf to ihe kindly effort of wine old ituderU to mule him fed it home. If h 14 wi« I continue to lay low- Sometime . Iw«-- cver. milted by the sdnial inlcrc.il dismayed in linn, hie warms- up and talk freely ol himself and In:- achievements Smilci ol real pleasure thereupon illumine the facet of hi hearers.. An observant Freshman note iheir snojiEan£ou.Fnr;s and :hrinkj inslinctively from ihe fain! Inct q{ Cruel AntiHi|i,ilwiri in them. ITie heedless map beeps op ajid Hjb«C- quently icjdijH thil the «t1efitk n wJikH Ji«i remark rotted had a puEpuit. When experKfict hu begotten wisdom the Freshman ii ladiially allowed 1o consider himself a unit in. the workin-tji of hi Aim M 1«T and particularly the Academic Dep!iTlnwjit L thff OollcBe |ir-i|H-: These it. • dt iinOive AtnwtptKfc in the Academic. Dtf rtme m : i faHns among the under undutiti that bW «e llit itiwn dme, Theoloft lit retarded ti worthy Ecllows to whom respect i due lor pall tdftrit . Kcuul? of by-nonc t tiitj aie listened to with teen appre- tialnn but the , themselves, are 1 deemed merely ihe relic of part Academic days. mcjiin-K in I he University oT today, hud rtamped by the Academic claue s of yerterday and untiled in their iikk laticini. to them. Ihe haster tiiil think: him nice, hut d ii the Don JuJnt of the Academic Department with vdiorn ihe fall Hi love, ] he greatest man inun; the under- graduate n ihe F ' e+Hman because he hai before him tpe nwwl oppotlupity. ]| would never do Id let him know how in c lined d take oil Kid- hal to him lire [fenior fc l , Four yean seem a LonB; tune, hawevei, and he rarely L-e ;■ 1 1 r ?- him lf hi? fi«t -ar. Day d re ami of what He will do u utiully as far as hii- Itnbilton k dl him. The Sophomore leeli llie need of demnentral ipg ha ijp rioitt - over the Fre hmin and may t y a thins or Iwo; ihowaD) not deeds IhjE e OliitietL Opinion On all thinEi V hethtcr in Ht- tn in Oh earth ii hii dulinipjisliinij trait. He it the ptoceu OE tMolutiun from the timid hreihman to the eapaLle Juniur. Ihe Senior is the tenninus- .i ' .I ..jiiern of ihe Academic Department. Perfect poise mirti all he IT Plan Waltlh I Iulupiek 4jr um) do . Hi tlidtt w froth ufidtf ceitwncn And reside! front A cJir r Jfihip txi l m ihc A«idrmic DtjHirtmcni vlmh unnni V dujdit-a ted flw ok htec out ppttawr of 4vecp-tlun. Tlitft rnnlchlefs Ijiendsriips are formed. It is ihei lhal ih Af-»d rfl karri , lo be ihil rnHt admirable ol men — " A good lei low. " Juil wh.it quah ities. constitute Hie il Is. difficult to jay; but genuineness is lh: keynote. I ha.] ii llir reason the good Idkw is- so appreciated. I Tie Academ ■dele l? n lnim and ■» aL|M lo be cau»tic unhl hie is convinced ot il? absence. Once ptfsUndtd hi rtlttm I Unfftilifiitcd. Good inlcntiunv June. litw«i-eT. do rial wm lus RrJrnir .tian. Irioujh ihey iruy Kturt hi Midjtft- tmre- He denurHSs the nhtlily " 10 deliver ihe jnodt. " Perhaps he u loo uliliJariin. His rear u ui being weak.. Hu philosophy u ±Lpif u- renji ivilK a I ouch of tl e Stoic. He regards! life as somelhijig v.lkitli boldi great possibilities Jot cnjojpmtn!. I Itose misfmlLiiics t-y3ih.Il cOfflt his way he vanquisher by ignoring- Sutlt arc llic gcncial dtiUCt-trftllC ol the Academ. Upon fmLlvn iii e?lifcfll.icrl Wt lirtd thai lit IJtLI into one of Ihitr di nkl tyj« . lint Mudtfit. (he lMelt nd th lady ' s man. Id cxIraoidinaTy instances we and the combination ol all ihrct. end 4 Mending ol ihe lasl Iwd is. not urniw«l : Nr 1 1 , r f.nr -r % mt t |vr jfj lit-fO worihipfwr . Each Tenant h« domain as prererainenlly impoEia.nl. t ' lie student ipohnti lo lit cl Jtk pirt of Bk Hb if yOU fljUfcflWfi hi devulKtn io the murf . 1 lie ,Lili!r-lr repli |hal (h renHjwn of lhe Urii- ref ily r«l» Upon hw pwu i, LUiy Brummel dispell your dcmltii hy asking the wltriefolt of Stwwiee ' i k fy, secjueitered walk.! and Mor- gan, :■ wp an (ii ' HJiiliehl rvBlilL- So the Ae-adcnlM lt(e is a vartt akd u human nature. It n a Cttm[ilclC ta-ii il I! ilM-lt, Silii-ir!:i Lfcr 1 -- pl.icc ii: mil ' I ' .l II it- ,lI. QtlJ i- later experienced III Hit l» " er world for wh ' nh ti is the preoacation. IS ■ ■ - -X CH0LAK5 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ - - ■ None Among 31b .Y:!niiniilr linn Jluildin[ ur ihr Mr-diciL iJr|kiilmcvl nl In " UmTniiCr nl Ifcr S -. iL NiUvfcill , | ' -r mn. Ll ra lrn In -rLiu khhi, l TrTii.ibDJiri. iwH f B rLi cAr t. Thi« p w c ar ph. i-ifce mvvfiI r ir t . •!« ihe- tfwkiri tody ol 4m Medical lk-pjiimrti F ih L ' hye-f-hijr F NufcriRt » Ihe Fm eiwjkL j rv Sin rvr-f Mn |Hlal nl ih l i£ ?ftl [jrni.ilm nl -nl ih l DiiiprijIjr am |Ih- Nulyiklk-. " l ' tnni Korrrwilr wmt «F 4m Medtail fp riiwpt nf ih nniijlfird ■■ ■ HHkrl hnpilj J Will ur uml titSinnrlj- Lr ilihuj kjtk i. ike jdhjn-L-r li ilui?Vnli irnrapg. ai iHtrmn. Th» trri ton ■■ yin orrr d iKr ilhul- 4 " M CIi»m: or |hip nkifj " : ihr ■f»n«J, ihud n4 lourlk Soon king drinbd b The " Greater " Medical Department AmAi link hat kc+a. f«B d il t chain U E IritatOalBf. hLocli Liftdi 5rm«rc ao ihr city OH rfci bftnL-t wf llir Cumin-ilia-:!. llir Mnliral r -r|m Invrnl fori In Nwhvilk. On January 14. 19-13 iL- Dnaid oj Rtjrati, in M-uj.-m a1 JJadivilU, TrlaV, aftKoird ihr plum and arrqilrdj 4m f.fffrf wflifh MJ brr pfttHfeff 0 iJwm ttjr j rtrlrjahnn [ ?J»(1yi,||« [ ,}«■ " . linh. ftdlKalvrt mB4 arfTCTinrali r lium lb ( " flinw-K lil i ' lJanilalH. uE lk cilv Fill ihr l«i»n ai (Ik " GintTr " Mrihcal Drfiitarul at ihr Uni-pri-iilf at llir Sou ill al Naicffitlf. Thr Mr lira I DfEtailavnl, whjrJi hat alwajn brrn. u inn-E ul ptjrl ai ihr UaaTapiily, ■( »Ul lilllrd il St ' MIR i° Iffflii JHBfc ttafnly-cini! jne rp »f Umkr 4m ibh adminiMrali ' . uF Dr. Htnir William BliK c-1 FSrai Orlrili. ihr aiM l ah. il iDunrdiavljr IihiL rank. D . R. F- Fo t. DhM AJrdml I p irim»iM wilh ihr Iradinf nw .l rnllrfn qt 4 yjhV. Ai ihr nnlwl r dra! nl ft " fifaur ua I-H9J Dr. Jot 3. Can of NaiJivillr, nEu. liad Kricd ai Pin-Jnaur oJ ihr E v liki(jlr» aa-j E iachcr «r Medicine duiihr lli-r aJminiilfalivn vF Uran ISIarii. WtA clr lrd hih wt.irni ' 1. The ivjik u-i iluJ« - ■ I ' r ;i V (rhtJ Nl S-rar I ' . ' ra ikI fedJIIkaHl kbofikiPKi wti 4-ddrd tMl lh UfparinxM ctmt lo I rtysflniirrJ Ji a Uarfrr i» In jnp-liralmn nf lahriralnrY aarlrwtrli In- ntfdrc-al trac-hing. 1 Itf allrmlanrr whitTi in I EyrJ rnauilrd nl InurlFwn maltic-ulak ■ rrp-inrnlinn. ten daHrnrnl ■ lain, prw bj- IraEn aatd boundi and il hmi Ix-cantr appiirhl lhal bvaibf In- the mlriEted e»i|iiIj£ palioaaRr all-M rd bgr uar e omrauBiily ihr faEilibn Far chiat-al In , hint; had bnumi inadcjualr iuf the (JnoprE Irattjiki: cF ihr rnlar£cil illaHri. Aj Ihii « dih ' fl cMibd nol t torwcwJ tk Uiittrtitf aulhorihrt drtidedl m I ' WG lhal il wai imprarlifahlr In marl ctri kVir iJfill i» Hi»H.cil ,lu,- iT,,-.r, il . ' wjum. Ik- OrpaiVaHrtil nF lrutrinr ivai, ihftrFoir. kajprndrd lard a fnc Bunhrp an agifHimlrd lO invi hiak- tvndilicfii rrLlmt lu mrJir-al rduiahwi Ik ihr Soulh. wilh 1 Sh-4 lu W-MUhdahjpn ihr FJrparlrwah undrl lay- U M Fn ' Miblr CC dilinflK, Il Wll IrjJirfd lh«1 «C diliank HW rLTUan[ in BrJiral rj ' j ' .jln Ecaihhlr a trim -huh if Ikllilf • nr inpoanuililjr 3i Iraukrup inlcdf aaioa ihii Lniirmlt and drmand a i i fl .; and! anaantj lilv r iipprd iTrparlaarml In Frail ihr aiv In hi|prr ilandardi in rinj ,:.|,iilmrnl n( imlrurl.on. in.- ludin j f,ri.h,;jl hnafHcal Irauua ai urll aa tihtwalm Y ' I7 MUcliw o rri LhJ bccaV aaaJr lu ihr Maami ' lr-r lijf a numUi «f Sovlhria Eilira to-hiEli wrrr aoiioui la tfsaiir ikr Alrdn ■ ' , l r|iarlmrnV IhiI ua -ra».h milam-r corar Lad pinwn cm mvrih alwai la h madF ubr wi iniurf aa inihhilH ni ih 1 jri.lf ri BMaJrd by ihr Oindafdi «j fhf |So»|d Of Krjfan . NfcmV«ilK, r A4Kn» ul Ihr Soiilh. rt uM OF Ihr £ir,ll rdUEUwtll MMW-r-l ul Acntfit . ahd hu loi tatitf |praii alCiaEKti iradfiib fian all iiaib of ihr DunlE|r I Iet ucaaacoiljr Eo rwinff, hri rrahiaE localm ia. rrli-rrner ki lav oulai anil arrrki ImIiIi li- ' -m ail |urli ai ihr Bl cmflr? ' Hh hxiiL rfligiout ud wholjplif tja n phrrr, tad «{M(M-lly brr iplurM itcvuilii Ficiliuri ftppr lrd irry ■croanlj la ihr nrmhrii rjF ihr FSiiLid. Hut la dtt-dinS ihBurPKt ( m in Ihr F iB «F la MrcrhJfr J Ofn prLr akfc ni mrtnbm «f ihr local Mr-Jir.il Fulrinilv, nCrmg. lh L ' niTfiutp ihr utr t,f lL- huildi p JiMnwlly OHUpttd by Ihr Mrdital DfjMNrnrM oT ihr Unitrititr nF Nrihlillr hj Bar Mrdhr.il Ijrpjilmr r.l od ihr Umvrmly T.I Lnniiuf [hit ir.lrndrrl r-Hrr wn mfdr r»E» mvlT MlrKl! c Li ihr pfiifiut ) at ihr llotid uF Trade ihJ ihr Nuh-iillr Imluilrul I5uk4u to proi On U d i K cci n ry lu rrwrdkl. anf Kr»r and ihoioughly equip ihr iHjil-dinp-. ccornlinr. lir Lmtrmly d-I Natlmlhri 4nrmrr nmloVa . inla a mfttlrm pliiil Jot clftH-r H« and Jib-Malory wwb. »d ia lofaKi twiftr. «F d MnLcal I r|i rlmra1 ut Anr UaiTrniljr at Tfnncm m o- m. wrll-n:|ui|r|hrd jnii ranimdinuL h rtpi1il |a| If (-pwluijvf lk- (t) Ihr IJrT 1 - 1 l»rnl l[) I lh chlkll rri.ry -j. Thuf ihr MrdW l IhfUrlBKM oF Ihr L ' fcarMily Cil Ik 5r4lfa tuttrn imnw Ji i Iy iniu Ihr paktrahQA, cF ihr Inrmrr era Lord |iLnli of Ewd at ihr Srrulh ' i literal »nrj tml mrdaral r-allrjjri, lil-irk unlll raajlr- Cnrilr " «i h » UKCrWHllly ti+kjw. led in SiiFmllr: jnJ ihraurh Ihr hnam-il luppeal j Horded bj At Nulwillr raaiawrfial ■ ■■YanuiliMivt ih rnaldrd lo- ihurourhly irn rrnrt ind r mp ifprm In- TCOfdarKr wilh Ihr idJaa-li of flw btardi At Ihr tfvdrUb vill liarr lalliniilrd i[«h to ihr llupilal, ktt rrVpcnH- trill be ■tHcnrd Id ihnr r.arr ' ■ inlrnsri, ihr rUiir] hi . ■! Jill rralijrd ill idrali in, rrlrrrncf If. pn.li.i.1 hotpiltl -q rri 9C-r For ill ijkjninj » d»«ni IMJ hi pMfrCkly HWCKODM- Ihr utlHfeclr which rnJiHT-J it In irnvt. Cnlkrjr Jrstn Snunrr. , tn Ji.J.j linn hi i ' i intri . I i ..I i ■_ I J i f ■ -j; ulmh i I I j- kr,:wn M ihr .Vnn,- HL-Vfil.l. i Klrnb nf ihr Or|hirlmrnE will Ihi hjw ■r,; i+ ba ihr Nkllrlillr City H° (H ll 4nrJ b $4, Jfi-.m-n I lo f-l 4kl. ' Ihr ■InhdnnLr it xLaicil mktrrinl t mpp irA Kr ' TW lT TT ItWfHllIp lr)4 br ihr LfthT-CIIMry trill |JYr dlr iluJrhli unumt napar- lumlifi f.,i vi-uiikj Tirmrlir kI lu.jn-j in. a || brKKhrt «f Inrdiliar and iurprrv. The botni hu lll4 ptwidrd tuttplrlr ljLnr»kiy roam in rrirmiJry, Jnilnrriy. hi»tvli t . fihVMfl. lr. LtelrlrJrfJf. pkJnJifir nj u lnnliTr iniirij- fcJrr ihr dirrvlirM nr prfifriun, drmnnblrjfcori jml nuiilnnni who will tarvdlr ihni -rnbrm b K to Ihr work, in ccowdUnc« wilh Ihr ftnindb, of m Ccvndl nn tjduciiiofi A 4m Am " if MnIkjI A t«ijii fnr CIim- A roiVB " . On Thundny, Ffhrukij ri 111 I, ihr ■ •! Jrluk Iih ihr iir-rilihliihing ril iFrr MnJi nl DrtiiHtwhl wnr drungrd «nJ ihr cerjlidcta mrsirJ ind urliTrird ' o On Virr-Cliurrllar. Dr. VE ' iltiui J UN. Tbr nrcbrtcrl ' i |iLhi lur llnr irsmJrlihn InJ ihViv rkrni uj ihr liuililtag. jr mrrt in tr kinJi o-F ihr [ 3Mnrlni n d rWlf da ' ol Will I i rt»Jikrn f«t Inr i H-nmj uf ihr nrui:-n in 5rp4rnihrr r Ifl J, Thr A»rd a| Kriynl. ki. FlrrlrJ m DrM, T- R, E. F H r | K«hv|||f, in i tTKBr wlm arr limilni wilh ihr hlftrn nl mronrnl raurdhnn in ihr jWrulh a rrr Ih aI Ihr llRM. «nd ihr rtiah «nJ ihr ■. I ' , unnriri ' .n hire cOHpinl hi trriH doc mcM lihNM ' Nashville Cmr Hmhtal Hh CJIrfc Bu,U,n, io St. Tiioh Hu ' i-iiai v., ■.. . r«—™ jntr rpmiinroai Ipr if n- iliMiil»nil nf ihr Mcdirjl Diptitmrnl. It Dri K nP 1 Hgltf: 1 ' • ■ iH ' - ' in£ " t ru ty Tikiih Hill tr Jri-»n linen ihc- krtllnt iHUriim eJ Auki| ' :l irm|H-Elivt at icrliatfcL. FttHAIkly lh inllldl(V4| oF ifcf M -Ji.: l [ (-r.ll IrW-nr oE llw L ' mv rwly ■! ifc.ill» Jnri lfu UnLTr-nuljr of Trn- mriHT fiom ilvr Icr J nrlj irmirjj jViilallr ttiafr Ittwhtrt of ibiltly inij Sp?jif nr . jri! " S :lww Hill fc i _ -;-!r jir r.lri! Lh rrviuiti li-m m lrj-:.n ra lni. mi-liluli- n ■■! iIk- ] ' ..►!. Wr« ui 1 Sonlh, The F«y|ir will cwi t (J ibifF me , wlwurd «• dt- l-un nf imtiI. iij wht.ni jl Irnl m wi.l JnoBr ifimr tlbl-i liter fc- ' . I H- r-uj . ibd D»k» f- ' ort n ( llinc o Stwiw mh e ryi hm 10 si ' luip :iiw Mf-pei- ' in tjm|iii[n fnr ilujrnl pilinaic? ki 4 ( ihc hnl khh4 !b NiJihillr fni JnuhT prmH uiri-HU .n |Htinl -nl ftllfBdiK-r ' il w lt u urn ifw rharw-lFr nf wail -hi h-« ifcflt! (ir dy 1t». t ' .tckM+ ird i«rdp «l iIk- ' U»i , w«iir p wspJ i " vw ifm " influence Jucini ifcr Summer It? Km iht ■lrcfldllicc of the bnl initlirj af iIihItMi PF Th l»Sfir rnpfrlH ' ■Mirr.nunili.ri. Caamij nifftiinm iJtould Lbp jvndrrurtl la- ikr LVkJxkl Dfpjrlnwnl. f n.n, nulr af 1 1- -SmjA, N.Jvmll ft " , %, M A£l Woman ' s Cdlllcl Wiih ihc IJliivriulT at ihr r.L.ii... ' ..I A O.I li r •-■- umr ml I larsjrii The College for Women m U Ju», lS0». iL. 1m, V« f .CTun tf ||„ p Dr, Wnjiiif. off rNKi to Miu Lavn Dntt CHS ■■ rrjird to Ih im miu4 Ir r ful UutiKft ■! cwi n. Iu fer ifilnlrd triji llic UbirrMf ih WBjr ■■ which D-unflrJ and RadrhiV rr ainhjlrd Tii ' r. CaJumlii LnivTiiihrL. ] Hil it, ihr pnopcvd Call f wuU h»« 4 wj.iuL " Hnird nJ [Xi r!- nix wp r-Uf ' gnili, vpirjii «d.pt,»iiiuifw. tad 1 ttperidt Fatuity. 1 " h«c itwihl. rutrtTOf. be- rlich nn i lA UrttHJiIlk t-tlWcrfi ihr mnbri ill 4c b« r»tulrK-l_ nJ full ctpiitalrlkT uf ilahilirui foi ihr ilruni. In iVAlh -or Dr. net i firu d|ifxirra ly rbdrd m . c.nL.df uhftfi r.1 lh panbfwl. ' « « ' . In Bulbr nil ijun hn=j.W gnoW oV S w V ' k -Qll»«ll r 1 " » jHirr Ivkr. 4 d lh Tmiltrl ■ ! Ih UftinFMly «F Ih 5 wL h)r rrfxVi ' K ti i Lrn -n Jiihc 12. 1111. ■WliMd Milt Gill u uMkiUlc llta cireulioo -at with trnTiil pit ■ ■ li cullincJ ibnVc. A lalhrs 4-un ilrtf itudj- W Iffi BurU .li ih - v,ndilrfmi cH lurtru t.yt iij.k »» ininpnb-. A chrirp ■ hw» liken owl: 1 bond of DinKlon- hi b «n choK-n nJ ijrtiniHJ. Thii Et trd hit iNrtdy r pia¥fjl bipitii-1 fLu 1o« [Kmitlr LuilJ. 1 11. ufn. rTLiramc fejiliui rd linn Cumnullrr mi 1 ' Lnl: " Sty Fibyt ilw ipprcrrd Miror fumJflrrrrnljl rd ?Bliiififtl poll-Tin ji Dullinrd hv thru { ' cm mi I few nn luiUuc linn. IKii nnml jrlim h i put mln irj fundi oF Ihr F p r LKJ nh an ■unalffiMi ' li ' blMP 4«t ■ finp«t» O " fund " 4 4 l« lytoit dr rloprotnl el dk-iiilcJ plant Cm Ih H will -iik le«H| mh in f riT «• hkF 1 pb». isd m one- tin prip fcriy whta i4 en be InirhtdL 1i will, hewwtr. Wsin in 1 imill w»t. in nir ihii ihr ciftliil Jrl,T|i.+rtKnP uJ t nphl rjucjlic J inj mi il rnsti- omr-ol buy Ih- ejer- wlljr rvo-lhrj. Al ihii limr. wlwn iucei ihcflMjpl kludirm uv po«Mj nH or lk toiir krCAhnn i d ckiurkF -nl " jny rwwr rlurjatcAil plfala it 11 ■ hkuE dhptj I HWl jr»jt (uit-im m wrjtin,] «gt m; n«w iHiituiion, Th H» rd «F Di vi i+ will, ■hflt-hnrt. nJb iimvtt til uwi«hrtli««t v lithe ID ihc uhiiHlr -ivim uf ' hff-ir dcciHEAi. Thrf ism m n 3 » l ihurl uf rriatliihmi fin ihr -WDmrn sj iW Sotfui, ai liil ji cirrunfiEmofci will pcrmuJI, « inl-rlaK wfi riduik -tdJIfjbp joid k lull •»hfi -of prfil iMoajl H-kmli uisb « will n|uip u t i f i (qr lh »r sudf m- bllcd MrHrf to H-rnfj 1 , TUFi BOARD Of " D]Rl£CTOR5 CONSISTS OF Chtalttth. Mi. WilLui L FmiHt. | f«mri bjiljint. Chill«in»3». Trnn. 3 c- irlfliy. Dr. Ailliim B_ Hill, UniTriuly nt ihr Soulh, Svwiohv, I nn. I rffliarfr Mi. Mjt _UpT rh»,dl. Rrv«, C . IV- Cluiln H. Rjrnw l], ] uur lnau, All.: Mb Lnr DwAt 0 11. N(w Vwk Citf; Mr. Tbtfnit 11. J j. BirimmlMM. AU.: Mr». Mhiho N. Moor . 54. Lou . Mo,. Rr. Etcv. C. hi. McIk . Ail.ni.. Ql; Mi. Frederick JI. Otr. AmWu. G«.; Mm Pulkkc V. Otr, CJumbai, M™. ; Plnl. J. A. SwiUrr, KmiTilk, TrBB. Ml " LxvtU. OMtl €)LL Mr. ' I ysoil o Mh. Tyw 11 4 ™t H " n ihr Kit i rriuKf jml »l ' lr nrh lh»l ScWihrt ku jnjuirrJ fw ttiny jttlli. Ab 1 kip£ii» h mbA ihr urticn papain ■ ro ni ihr iluJcalk. h-riulifwij ihr ihipirl kid ill fiHihdt. pnd wti J villi fnrrr i» aU iptr.lual tfr -at uSv fcoji unjir tin. Wlirh lin- h l ' ll (OBjpellcd him l» p Mp h " W«k IF chtpljia h- ihrpw Kiaurir vnlh hji Knnkiicd Nil ilfa uidilj lun b loi ihr I M»m Memriil H« pitiJ. T.Lm ill :b ll Mr. Tytn rt o + cF Ih i 9«± hum hip f r i™Ji -of E«W4Mr. Thr fundi wi ' h ninth; k build Ihc EaKT-tU-Hodlten Hflffjt- " ' " HI r»ibrd intii ly hy B v. William S. CLiuurnr. Rrrl ' jr of Oltjr M»HI l-ll Chuiih wi " h ill fet4J|l n t l K v. Sluari L_ Tyua, PrtJniur af V-rw TnliBrtl. 5cl%Bhrr. The mill paipar of ihr I L»(i|i!il ■■ la pic iltt Btdkll tlkj UHgiCll 1« I|TMP 10 ih dftprrtkty pjmr Jnil nrnij iqKiIhIuEi all uWr T-cBBirt n rtv.ial. Itt- hd i» • k - t it A an? lick C lajurid iau?nc, ihf f-nmnyraily al Si-wann-. Il hii lour wudi and rw pll ' iW FOtBI. HH al whkh f fft hjvf my (ndowrarnL Il it i unii|ur wail IK lhl mllun -pr At OMlWIlT- »J IflifOft li ualrtlH JB1A: nl nl K.£ rin£ jnd miirrv imnn| a nrclfcwdi uraplc. Mr. ClaibtuPhr il Svpy-liKklJcnt F IpV 1 loaptal. inr| r llpn L I " . M- 0-. J TinlluaJ and Jr-inlrJ bhttiIht af ha fMulrMiuh. i ihr • ijr F .r " n i« chilft I ■■- ' - JP • •tzj; ,: nlh llw t I - -- ; - ■ ■ a ! a I u r, i,,, School [it Nurtt-t. lot whfMB il il dbHlly hcpcd 4 (IK 1 KfUMl Widiao. C K. ColUy. AnUtoL K-Wli, TVnn. I Hwpilit CWjI 2 Oftttunt £i»S t.wr.y.]! I d S Hii I 4ih|hIjI AmtrtiLm t Tin. Rictou Medals and Prizes 1912. Vifi H fcsc Ntcdal lor dErcnan F.Jmund Ciinpiin Armci ... AlituBfll llie Calumbuii GenrpH, Gr du ltd SilmUnhip Kraut Hoyt Cillor. . - Teiuic Ei Cm, Richmond Krl e In Polilifil Sciener k ndolpti Lragfi ..„.„..JlA ' nkdppl Knluji! Medal For Dvckmallon Rinddpli Lei Ji , _MiMHJffH Albion Willi AiTiVjn Kmghl KJorida " [ ' he A. l„ Tn»H WiHiftGn Prii In Mt:nl l PliUDMpliy Wi ' [ IVniunl Oilurt Tcflftt HC I he Dr. GwrgE S. Ru|»fi [ ivMitfy Pt ' utt FirH Priie: Claud Jinien Crwjk Od KenlucLy .Second Priit: WiHism AilWtH J liB.rd k n ufky 33 College Statistics EH MoU Populir Mon Vcruiil Wirtdirt _ , I jjImJ Oat Aihtau " Thnit te ■ " . Cl»« Crank M« 1 LVftJ .. Create Fijwkf FreJwal Lead Apju cialfd P il(fT W «htrly Brilly Huldcn J, C " Twlfcy Gillm ArHibiiMltF Kitll.ijicl 1 1 .in M. i ill .Cfl|)«I9 I tarinumd Bull Matt UnirnrluruKc licit ALL Round Fcllcw Mqie Rcipecird Man in trw UniwuLy Mwt C p»Me . . . Wittier B l N ta»d „_ Bigfl«l FjUch -V1 l Mwfeu Sport _ 1 »1 (. once- ic-:] GrQLurhiMl Htggeit BJuffa in CU» Room Mwlwit Ren Sludwil Ruip«i Man wrw lit done mui Tor 5 rw nrt Jerrtkiii bjo ' .vdcn, C. Leigh l-t.:d MijW ' jod HamilLan and Ann i P riter J br Wtl« n Ham Cobb Ttiltlt MtGoodwin TultH .v] ujph y SIjcvehi Charter 34 Officers of Senior Class -j; Pttftidtet Vw -Pf«id m J icamrcr .1 ■ ' ' I. : l-iir ■•■ | Silutitoriin Randolph [j:ig)i Kdtniai»d Cimpinri . : we- John Hurler Gordon ., Randolph I -eigh George L«lk Morelocfc sh ca urn se ::J Jon Moou Wu-HLpi. U-A-, B»- i E u AJpli E ' .jjuIl Fiitarnil). Phrtdim. i t- tfii . F iiMi4»ni TL-oiz-qiirJ Cliat 1915.. 5ew rww .M, w ny So . |PW».d«.i, ' IJ- ' n). llmikliul S™r r (Prrifetl. " H- ' U). O Club. LTfcwrwijf t bnir. UoLTrltiqf Qufcrtt . Wiwr WK " kfJ PW r HiW. I9I2L WlULlAM AlM4 « JcNSAPU . M.A B,D, K«;t- " ■ Ffil«n »r. 2 tm E| ki Likrirr SkkW (Tr " -rrf. TOBi V.or-pirtiithl. lffl; Scu- l.rf. T»1QJ. S ph l,». (SctrrtUJ. !?H , PhriJi.n. iSmHirr. l ii). Punch J JJjf Dr«iHc Cluli. (PiH tnt. I9H). Uwtnlr Fjfc-ftnc Driwhf CIA. ! »I Crmin O ( f»i«Jrtl. HI I}. Gl« CIA. CArt iplt6l I ' lirrrlnr idd Mjn-kpr, 1913). Ufcr wra.iT Ch ir, UmrwftiV QuarteL C tm P »t I ' ll- " 5 h]n« Fufpf " ' Stii. (Broi n. Mthtrr. 1 1 I I Amilinl M|r. |M)| H or C— jUhrr. Ch f ! ■. I« . 1910. 1911. H«mitfKrJ Socinj-. (5etr Hiy. ■lO- ' M). Uhirt 1H fy tU p«-Hrll«ic. Cup an J C m SiJ. 1911. Winnci Un™»iy PW », 1912. ,4l kit Ctatet Bmk ui BtiKLrt. MA, ft-D- 5ttP Alplb E-p " l™ FriAciblijr. SigiM Eptitw Lintrtry S« lr. Pfcr dui»- Smidt Cnbit Club. irwi«K M t i«liry S«k )F (Vk»-pmiJral. 1 1 f. I ' n- 1 l-rltr nir. tlirftof dfnmi ' lff. " 15. S«- " wl T m Ikrolnpr.l Qui. 13. TrKk T«»«- II ' . Stink F« HmI1 TJ6. W- Vjnilj- FrtAiLl. " M. " Citf jn.: Cm " Stai. II, :,.-, Cnro ' ll 9. A, ]niim cr M Jfrn LukfUfetrt L " » J .mi j- Mosi Siosi.v. B.A.. B.D. Drill Tin Drill Fiilnm.lv. Pi OmrfM likurv ?KH-irl-r , F " i k,H nl. Vi prf«i fnl, AffiflMji Tp?+ " - «r?«. Criiicj, Chelidwii E n:p 4»rj ' ). I 3 ukIi thd I d;r DpHltic Club. l " fchri-ti I [ ' LutlilH DnhiiCH CluL. Sdrirm- Mi-Hiuharjr Soni [ I ' miilrnl. Viw J ' rniiArnl. Srcrrlu;. llr«J -:rii: ll| Hbtbi CoBmiUrf. | I Wd .«». WW. 1411, I9li 191 3). -T ' iTF JH- =rt ( fl m , -fi f r ' Sim (isKtn). H C«t arWCrt« £fcl (HQ9), Tr«k »qwd (l«Jj. F«fl.»M «|u»d. I«S; Vj™i t MdL IWJ; V.r-ly F«,lkJI TW 1 1 . 1 1 1. ■«■£. John !R. M t ' ni c-. B.S.. MA, Kdiin l.kr Atfitulwir Collrft. I9I , S4Kt« !S li™T.lr™ Jrlrd.ril jvho l. 1911. SJEPM Afetw Ef»(l«i FialFiBiljr. Sdmrp Dcpj.il- nwflL M. A. M.lilir? Bind. S. M. A. J ClDULLE.4 jAiC I. ' V AllHUL ri " . B.A. ICipp Sqmi fuirifiiiy. Sitni tL in 1 1 on Ltkupjr ir.rlY Srvrfenfr l.ilmij ShxicIjt. Ftim!]! . Gin Cl«t U " " -r»i1y CTo.r. V:» pirulrnl .Svninr Cii- e.n Cll . 1911 WW. " FuTftf ll. iW-Hlfc V.r.nj. Elucb-ll. HMD. If 1 1. 191 L 1913. F« ll }. t»s, ■», ' 10. Pn HiIp!: Sn. M. H S«i tj (-W. «d LA ' 12 : Pr™inl. 1 1 J). Ijjml li C wrwi A«» f . H-- - Qicmifuli . Altbim . Ufll TfV Dfha Friflrniilji 5rhior FjUw S - iitiy: SiyriiA I jiL Inn L tlfjmry S-vsrlji FbhiLiA: ■ pkrum; Juki and Srhmr GrtlB A CM tl Jni MHlT Qwnr. Cl« Cluh; S. C. F-mmij-i Wr-JJ ' II; V » Hoar MrJ.I fm Gcimih ' II. AkWUh-Edbhr " St- wuh ' Tyrplr " " I2- " I5: Vi;i Jlllilfl CU- " 13: I ' r-riiJrnl DiUc CM : S y. I ht Vkt j Chv r ' dJ- " 13; Snub Foothill; V jiii Bultl Stll Turn IP. ' II. ' 13, " !J: Ctftrif miHrr. I ' m H ' llw Wn i : v ' . . Bob ll " sr ;■ W a " s Alp t I J " Jnw|!» FnVmily. Pi Obk-[ Lifcriiy Soti ly. Vkf-nmiint TWfcjirJ CI™ ' H, Scc- irlarv -uf Sifctu U|iill «_ ' Il ' lj. jJqpLrpK, {Sw-. " ||- " |J), P xJuA. Hrrfiul Cc«mi|6W. " Ik E Jm i» » hi. (luh. l. ' rm-rrbilv Chair. Snub I ' lt ' l ' ill " [ " T m. Ttf. Pin-HflUn. f . EtuLd 13 11 " 12: Ho i Ci» ClMCE 1.UUE MoULDCE. B.A- Ktpp - ipM ViMUmi j. Phiirtii F ' ii f » f-i Lik-uiv Sxwly. 5 rw Likrtry SwreiSr. ALLiu- Scw mr D kilr. Ifl 1 1. I lill S J»li nli.p, ' ij, M. Prncbr. Mrmltrr Tan Hrllraw. Saluljlwitn ITI3. ftunci J«»lrH H vElu 0» Br. B.A IS pf A|jsh Ttt tvmAf, Srriivi Kptilc Likr- ■ r)r SarrirtJ 1 . Phftejun. L ' fti ' iinilY Glcr Clut. Sr- vrurr Quulrllr. Srnioi GrcmiH Club. " F h UBrfh i£fj JurV ' [Jninjli I lull. Lai. ' VTmljr CLdiDaulri. Sff- neMrj «f Up«r™ r Ea nw " . " F " fMc Qiwri(r j. ISu.Flcllenlc. " C ' p unJ Cim " Suf. IHHL Scfhum Jon KllKMT f KKtTTl. B.A. jMftt T u OnwAi FrfKiniiy. 5!f u Eptilaa Libr Mtj Sactrly. Nrvpaph- Sc Awnm. Ptii ili.in. " Pui- th Snl, i«Sv IS i ; -Tir " StO, TW. Pu- plcwhi . " 07. Cli» BitUl Bill Tttin. 06. ' 10. fCipunit. 1MJ. ciiTi r Allelic AkciiIk ), ' 10; -Cap 4 dkn " Sbd, " 10. Pi Gtarv L-ijhrirjr Soncl - ctrtjr ii cim mry ' 13), PedcBm. H Srtriiw Littrur 5o- CM ' T-m S-. lul- DshImIL T-ri . nuy 5oci«4y Dkfc»V MrdJ, V|»- d-i-krV Kicr]r Jill 1910.11 l4fl. N«fT!| CVr Club. 1 Sau Sutlltii, BjV DtlU FrwIunitF, Sijim F-t»j)=tt Li - (Hrwi !. l -lff- ' l l , - Wi»«. Ui- ' $fme Kt f ' vp ' t " S l t (E- ' JiLn-iu- Onritffat! M»n»irr 1911-12). Clwli- h, " P— h " J J-djr " Dr.nubc CluL, Uniwiiitr Choir. Senior Cciih» filuk t ! nn rtlv Clii (Srcrrrjij-TirMucn I9ll ' l2). 5f waABis-ViMleibill Debikf ' m IVft, A»wj»h- " t ' rinitj CMkiJiDf T-f m 1911. SrwUFr-Alib ilna Dt ■ Lnhfif Ttw I91Z. 5l. Lukt ' t Bro rKrf»«d (j im ll i lf- Tmwm I ' +li-Mp. Cop and Cu+n l.ff. I9I0. A. L- U ' llluLni Pru L Upc 1910. OfllVM jVh rnu 1912. Mewbtr A. B. C Lmm Doyu Smtil Dtlu T ii Dihi T- ' rutmiir, Stsmi Krul™ Lii- i-ijrv Scrnrly (TirKHicn. W. Vkt-Ptetidthl. IQty. !v vint ti.Ln.irv fSefwtp. " I ufftr " Shi iRimvrrv M Mt+l I9H-I2J. CtwIUwr " IWk «) JuJbr " DriBitK Club. 5ew4i Gcrmta CM U»i»t™ij C ' luh. 0M CUl Urjlvrnily Chair. StwtMt- Tn kiv l h»ip, 191 1. H:mili)1[iT S«iriy (Vic IVrtiJthl. I2 . S iltM- MiBJ«i»ry Stu-irlv. VUr. ■ F r r«nl«ll Tctn. 1912. Cbwr k dw. 1 1 . m RjlMWIM) J. [KM, R.A. tjirnjilj. .Miihihiipfii. fc£ippi Atpli Fr»tnnitf. Senior Kibtan Ex-ciriy. I ' rrmlrnl NipLi Kpufafl Lift ill} SfefKQ. Srwihrr LilFjirv S KK-ly. Nc tmpfc. CKcliJo . Sopkrim. -|£t - Pl -hdrtl Ji wi OcEman CluLh. fifwor ( Fjman Out. Fjdilurin-CJnri " «iTtj-h AirpiW ' " Il- " lt. " 12- " II. Pii-ikItde Frtilimin, S phoiw f. Junior ud St- mnr llimi. H d J ' roclajr ih Unit titiry. II ' 1 2. ' I.Z- ' 1 i. Knhudeflr L ' lMVHilJf CBab. Own Rr-|iprn-nhihir Trinirj LVLtkr. ' ID. iwriTljrv ftfkilinj Cnunril, ' HJ- ' II. Winner Kni|.:lil Mrdil tat l nr UmKrF , Wlh- hri Ri-rKmnrwl Pnif in P lirk fl ScitDM. StnA F««r L.1l r ' IH .■; « lull T 1B. l - 2. C.pl.m Kukri bill TV-MR. 15. ChlirHU ] lofinr CrcnmilEr-r. r ' iri ■ ic 4 P«R " - — -- FJiter-iaCriirr Tap and " 6 wV lit LtkIet ICipfiii Alpliii GrrniKi " I3-. Lf oVr Ribbon Ssririy Cfnwi, " I J, L ldtr CijninicacrEoc ! Ofriun, ' IV, ViLrdidoiMi CLw, " l3L Jgh Ht-ftiln. OnnH. 6,A, Ahlulon. ALIuni. rninc Ribfwwi Hiwi ly, ll»rj 7 Swi y, N ' fOfMpb. kipfM Alpr.i Fn-Trrnily. Y ' hx- Pinidrnl Pi (ihrwtji. J. CTvlidcm. Anjihfjim J..1 -i (j-,r..ii, t " M». Sttri ' l rj TfttbmTtt Srnnir Grnun Cl-k . ' Vuiil.nl Miupi -i anif Piirpr?, - " »- " ia " fWr " Srii. " ID II. ' U-ll Vtta-Pntffcd I ,nl_n, Soptin- ■Mt ind Jvfllm GtHn. Scrnrliry ud Trrxium Clm ' II. HiD Scbduihip- hra frui. Ebxtrd A.R.C R Fnp ni»ijirf. Praehjr i Uniwniry ' 12-13. U-wpHt Clubs S ntb FmA.1I. " HU ' ll, ' II- ' I2. Virui r njH-t-jll, ' Kr- ' H ' ID- ' M. Il-lj. C fJlnn V.rmily FljvLill | ui ' l - ' l , Honor t ' OMrflh . Pjn hUMc " C m7 Gam " S ii. ' 13, Lfjuki ComnHnnmiil Hop, " 1 " !. m. Wby TO tooteA T Ohy W didn ' t =r , —— 1 TAofah ' TfeTAfcrl b IS tf T Oor y SuH lidr OvcAl (it, 1 MilcHrll !JHprn Dp, HjJI Thl Cun or I9IZ M H- Slivwr Cnctal im ih knifchi The Class of 1912 Cnwwrr. Crate . Km . 8.A.. Artnw h — PSi D+li Tb i Fitmmv- Nmrvhk CM TlMUly tb kr. 09. Kl hr Mrd.l Fur Drrlimiln.n. i.W. PicliJrhl Jvhoi Grimio. Chjb W- ' IO. Mujuing Fiilnr -Sf-banrf VrpJf, HJ- 10. RpLnrr Jrbilr MrJ.I, ID- ' pL-wh Jnd Judy " (Ilrujl t ' ruhj. 10, Gw lidoa. SoplviiB. PiviiriVnl Si-pmj, f- [.k.l. ' .r. Scwum Hcp t hltlirc TThFimrr Oiii , ...I .b-. ,ii|,,r,. !J ■;,-! Ormih Cluh. l -liiinsj Cora-:iL 12. Cpw.ki.tt. Jane? Ciffit, B.A_ Trbmn.- K«ff " Alph Fr.kiniiy, Pi Dhkei ]-ilrrn 7 SkkhtIv. CiwIiJh!.. Pi™ial Clw n( 1 1 2 In W. ' 10. ' II. " It V,r»-Pr™U»1 Sfm« Cn.u Club, 8l klll T m. ' 12. 5 .. II. BJk t ll.jd! In. II I ' Imi In i Cluh. IJ A HiHr Prutmr, H. ' l2. IVfFc Sl i. ' 09. Ju H r Cduii ChJt. Kim K, IHdtt. B.A_ T sm :t.- Alph Tiu Ow-fj Fr»kimtr. PiTwlnfl P Otmu. lj rr.rp S™.lj, ' 12- PiruJrut Nrcqnphir Chih. " W ' lft, " Pwh uJ Jwh " (Dn«h ( " :|uk . -H). " II. 12. " H. PL " l ' «.lb lf Tew. ' Id, II, Sub, t OT. Cli» B rtrt bill, OcUm, 5cfh:iia. l iwrnif Cluk Vkt ' Pl id nt T+nnit Ckb. f ' utpic 5 i. A. I_ Williilua Piiir Jet L-cgjr. " II. p «rPmii»t tTpmj, ' 1 2, Junior On m Club. P«-nd nl ' S ivi Gt-inin Club ' 12. I ' ll Hdfcik. TO. " ML ' II. " 12. AmmiHc F.J, lit Cdp «d Cw DdHfct, Council. 12. Silulitoiin. Ij liMUIT. AlltOV IK- ' lLUAMMXX , E-V, FlurnU. — ICipcu Alpha Futrrmlj. I ' rriidrnt Pi tWpi L-itFrary -VocifEjr, " Kl. . u.kiial Hunnru Mui f fffi i " 0W Mujpp " Ilinf h inH |udy (DnmHic Club). " 10, TrMwrcr.. " II. 12. Chdiiwi, tilt tlrf ' iFMiunr S iur Cl t+. 12. M hi[?i Urn-ball T-r m, " 12. PatpU Sr l. VS. T9. ' 10. " II. fWi F.J.kK Cop. «J Cok . ' 10. Junior Cinin CMl 5v-niDr Grrmia Cluh. MjuKinzje, Jjuiti Tutti . M.A R.C.F. Fiord .— TJflu T t [ li« Fnifrniij. piuHiu. Choir, UnifiwiT CM. S w r Conn CM. Frtth- ■n n ' Fi«(L Tmhi. 10?. DrtattK Clubv Uawne-rtiiy Qakifl. Ahlilati M n icrr GlH Club, KB. 109. Mrtjyrr. 109. ' 10. Fhnrctor. ' 11. Okf-Aill. ' Il . " II. ' 12. TvTKHJin iSraici Gf rmia CUi, " ID. Muwrdl r. ' ir-r-rlnr — Puncli jrwt JuJy, " 09- l ia A-o .u, p cntt ., ||. H V . Hwh Pnif ri r C n WrTnitLL. EbriiiUi i.iN , B.D., Miu™n.— B.A. (Ofii« « Hiti t). ' W. Phi UrlU Tafia FrjfrnilT. CIh CM. Ne4GM(A. CbtlMb . Bulibnl Milt- P ' $t Wt i ' rp t- ' P6- ' Wi l ! It)riltH 5cWancr AltVri-: AuacnliDn, " Ijj. Pwwdtnl Stfmt tpiiluh Litrrtij SiK-irtj-, W. " Fuwh MmA }uttj " (DmkmHc Club). Rylihir Dcthirr PniP, ' Off. AAlclkr FJilnr Stwantt Pitrplt. QJ- ' QB. Auwnic fWi™-, ' flff- ' Oft. V f n H«5w Gfrmm Print, KBL Stent ? ttd Tiruur.i Si. LaWi Br brrbwdL ' IP- ' I2. F ' rt o « Scwukt Mihkuij Sa- cwiy. ' II. Prtfidiil Hiaiklit S l y. ' II. Srhwr Gcimio Clit. Pnn ii Pit Hdlnk, OfcfH . J ' Hr. " - Ncwjos. Qj .. Tiltnir. — SnnLujj Pi CJbm-jb Ljiciirx 5«i ly. CkUu. Inir, -SockIj: Dctii,, ' IJ. F,1I Cwk For ibt B.A. Dt k iTr hniirtrq ■■hiE Elo«ily in hvn wirh. £¥juCAtU, Will UN LALWLLLrr , B,A- Al bt t. Kmpy 5ie«u F»lrmilr. Pu HrlLrnir. " ■ " II. " 12. Pi 0 tt Lkruv S«jrt?. Lhnlnim. Junmr G r- nu« Club. Stm u r(m.B Out. LVirraiy Cluh. Dinf C| u h. Virr-Pm dtHt CI h „f ' IZ. in Hi AwnntM uctitl Muiefi, 12. Hill bduvhipv " IDl II. ' 12, Lllin MHlL ' II, HufcKiiT McMm dm Phihuoptr Pn,,, ' II. VilrdK- ' 1. StCCHUL Eikckz. H.A., TniL — Ehrli Tlwlj Pi Pulrrnil)-, P - ' - " - . ]Jip,» CM. Lfcirmly CluL TirijurTr Cliu us ' II, Ht» T ConwitlH 5t J4 CUl . ' 12. Ck CM. H, R, " S ar ( ' m p, Club. Sutcuttc Si.i(iu, B-A-. PW rlvMi .— Ddti T»u Dtht l " i inn . OwIhIol SipM Efwhm Nmbm . (.tviii. 09- 12. Gbhc Cluh. TBI2. Dliattk CM SctfrtllT- ' l ' l+HUfe-r Uirttuitj Cluh. FJiftH-inChirl ' if Ptaflt lC- ' lL Ciri.lliK Wih.rri. " II. 1 2. Alhlrhr Hnnd uj CalpJ, II Ii. " l — nr " r-jir -ir ritHJ. W. Wum-Tnuiy MuuVr. " 10, rw4n t.Altbatu ndhiJf, ' i. Aunrulfi E-.dib.if (.gp yn.f C »n. ' Hf. Ltific PYiw. ' 10. Swjjs-. John FUKr i»M, R.A. T «k.— h p(M Alp t Pi rrfili . P. tW n .. I Funii Cluh, fiiHbcll Vttm. " II, |- ' c« ill Tm». lO. ' l I. Sub. ' »- " — . Dili Club. Uniwriir Cluh. " El.R. " Class of 1914 ES OFFICERS, C C BoWMf. PmWrpit W. SrdlNh. Vww- Pfctwdrni. Ornt Sr HK.rur ' . Sttieltry uJ Titwuier. Li ' dfn, Cirlt e GrilJ«inn»- C Mm. hlkholti H-immr. Crrh«n. Will P IBK«I. Cjillrra. jnaihp FhrdtnrtL Hiltk H« wSi-rp, hfcwfll. $4mwt ' iiIki CLASS ROIl_ MtfHrad. Atdrew Ptfcc Mjf r . TS ro« Onu S|jjrLmin. S ™. WJIum Smilh. Jr T«lllip« " i Pni. TyttSt, Kobei ' 1 » " »1. Wind. Robttt Hl U Mi MTiilr. LrjD OrilJ. in Ci_ui ar mi Class of 1 9 1 5 OFFICERS, P. 0. DihXjp?. PlHkknL j. J. CxLLlMnt. Vxt-Ptttidcni. M. B. DjWU. SmIHU) « d 1 ' irnurn. I | -u - I! ■■ 7. . ClnL Cbiln WilkMi L« " j. Cut. Ahtil C.rljfL. I Ltn, Vlurrbjr Rrll. JvpuJLwr, " I h«n Mimiii Ji. GrMf. D v,d CiH-rfl, I t»;.jn. FiuiL E ' .unT-rH-. blu, Olivci Rod. Mm»Hhi, Wiltp- BbrUh™. Flcntr. Clarence Htfwn. llhiaJu., EJdfw Ftrni»doi LmJd . C rl Ouuliifi. MrCljnjhan, Vallrr I rw. CLASS ROLL McCWL Mrf Silk M ' .Hj ' .i.-jKi . Hottf-il Ltd. Alriiiowi. XlBriim Taluul. VliuAdlrkvD Mrv,l.in. J«i IhkI HwJht CiikMijn, l oa f. Piiktr. Vim Lkrd, Prt rt. Chtfkt Snow din. Ft-rinulil. Willum MrK-rn. ' . £jadrn, Aifhihftlrl Cjirbplvil, Ji 5i k . John 1R ' lwn. Jr. TuJb , rtutrrl Lrc. WtA r. FU»rl CoJur. Vipk, Fitnk |,yiw.»ii. J Cujs w l b Class of 1916 m OFFICERS, H- C CO TIA, Prmitnl. W. B. I 11SUA.S. nil H—jllll C C ClMFFEF.. S-cirlirr .fed Tnrit.rtf. CLASS ROLL Alt™, Jall« MdivA. Alkini. J-rm-ih H " i " " . h.irn rll. ThoilW CImimV. fi«jtr- FUIjf ' luinr, HnHly, TmJ, Ji. Btfbm, WilL™ CiUnill. jr. Hi IHiHi K»F . Willi " " ErZir rJ. Ji B Hj ]Jc iW Weill . tlrawfll, Cmrar r FJbmt. rWfrdcB. £ ■ " » T " i " »r. Bowdd . Piul l l«fi J. -Chulcr. Chirk t ' ljienee. Ji. Cu ' tr. Fiiicn WidifcuiVh. CJJ R AJpl, Hrcrll. fori , Hwrr CotimIibl. CwbMi, Wil ' iim- Mwi- Ciiwfard. Jinw+ Alb+il. Ji I vi mi. John Cnil. Cu.ln. Wjlk. Wrlh. Jr. HiTrtKini, R-Ctlarri TjjUh. Duly, RulinrJ WhL F -( " li-il • J., ' r,il. ( ' . .. ll.r Litem. I ' WI LiMulef. I " nninn. Jr»c Ci. FnrJ, AlLn FVlrx. £ rh«i, fs!»lhKHi l Vag£r. Grifci, Dmi Bah . Cf.it « id. J i»t Harlairt. Hamilbtt, Dnud J ' liihfj. HiruhwL Willi.m Clrrmni, ilarrrk. JrinXHT. Hr ..J. WlH Smilh. Hi— in, Willum hWi.h. ■ junior, Jiirn [kugUi. Jmki-. EJfir Lukr. Kirklitd. Willn " G™,r. I.TriDir. David Giillani. ManLill, Carnpl Davit. Mrwk, JlWI ' ( hrCOTJI, Miller. WiH.im W-wrly. Mhn. CtmI UlmTi. M«riH . Trumu Aldnrh. MoiciKni. Williist Jnwfih. MuvpKrv, Arlhui C ijq , Htlfeaa, Janwi fli gmtm. Ollmann. [ inirl NaJrl ' M} h Palnwr, R.J. P»rlwr, R»J « .Stwrm.1. ] ] «Krt. Htnri CtwrW Si,ph o. RiiuM Robill Jfliocj. Rbw, CJtWivt Aniit. Rvwcy. J hn Wtfkr. J - Sanikrfn. Paul Cbflvid. SmII, }at Mailrr. Jr. h lr!rtfi, Arrtr-kl Itc nnrtljr. JjJe f r. H n|jmm rf.itr.Fi. Turky. Tarn. WaiAci. CiHtrl Ch rlt+ Gracr. Wallarr. I ' .Jwaid liru ' r. War . Will " " F.anLlm. WVihVrljf. Wilhui % ' ilu. Whii d. H ' r+rt Th«yr.r, Jr- Wiltuin. Jai !-t Frederic . Jr. Wibjr. Juhfi Fill. W,l™, J U UMIlUL AuMiyruD C I run CjrfDjJj, Miuiuipp-i. l ' r nrjni A m riilid Aimma . Ehud G. Muhpiily M .). A. W. FH-IT. U. 5. A. To A. W. B, W Hwf ' t io jx . cillf.i FrK«d, Gride ifrj fedi¥r. V«. who full filhcm ilrrp I _w k i1h In wbw. Ym fK « toldwi t±kjl Up. tu lh Uil. Dnkt J-uur C»p1»ul " WiH Al IB IIH " pjll. fi« fmn i l lki lifht. Nm thirr fmt- Bui in ihr Ctnh ' i n. lil Of wilrd d|H Cilm in ih wJrt of £«■ ■ I flLinc fumuH, Cwnpl in pu ( nl kin Fw Fiilwlp»di Wr irk hj¥r isOWi uu luhr- Gillini ami f , rinl in n Eiflnc and KMig. fcn+w. h . ih rtlikwl «otil TK i wobU i nJ ly |W_c. .nJ ,|„|d, Tn hr.llj Ft jiJy In dir. Fi«b " 11 Call of BroAfibwd ' «d oinir jKwmv by C rinne IVwiili FUi- :,:; Sewanee Alumi Association in the City of New York History ■Ji ] hr nnl rp, cartr-H rnpeling, o| ■ Ntw Yflfk Jumhi look plKe i Mew Y«l Cfr H Ihc Ml|r Mfk taht-h lhe JftiY. TtlTiir I [cdEHMY D.D.. Vitr.Cr Ujr.Tllul ■ ■I lire Um-irmlf. ifJlitEiJ ike rradrnE Scninrr rrrrn Id lakf krrjllail wilk htai aE ikr l_ mwrulr Club, which Irwn eccupid ■ nip -cab ] in e r,lv- Lii.h Slrfpl ami MiJ " " n Ait ™. puJ ■ojqnmi» Up M clip« Squint Ctnk»,, HidHT «■. bt Fietrnl wnlinE v t uf w mlormidk 11 la ih lumtnri «l eekr peeie i ui iFr . ihuUKl 01 l)rt Sc ricr It ' ll il rkkib-kd Th " hit f-.caiica- Al far ai li Lnu n. an- urftcT mrrlinu uf Inc araaaaa k»V plarrp until aaiaa but- mghl -of F-rbrunry 17, Ifeftu, when ihf bnJ. SfT jir fp funqupc wu held al Ix p H,,lfl VSrihofta h, al flrrukdw+r uarj TVnty-liTj, 5lpe l. £vfne •Hthle n aatn n re p?e4e | al ihii dinner a fed Am ibuii aiuit be |! ti in -urn n our eld alumni m. w it tn rr in |Ik Vi ' r of Lniwtna. CaLrii WmJ, lur ikr imanraliim uf ihii mrrlmir.. J he rummE of riaarBlicn wu iu| nlni and rjjnH Ijiirruch al Inib raouapr and Prif rVrw T nrk .vhjiw Alumni Aurn ialir.fi ram .nr.-j he-.n 41 ihii liiw- Dr, Rpb-rrf C, Myfrt w« flecled PF«fide .li 1 h wu ai dial iimr. n a: |-Ilrarnr, uar al ihr Lading Urdu al nwn nf li» »llj a iprtnliU ami a pmfol|-JI in -be F ' Jjrcliaif School at Medlf»a an-J |H.in ih w de-pplflnrhl ol llrr llut.ii U «ht PvljKr! M Ho {mI I Ui. John H. I . Hottftc hi) rlnkd 5---rrrlaiT od Hrr AurUcribcaV Onr o4Ekt Bar-rlmr link plan during; ihii kii at Irur juiar al Ijr. VvI l ■hnn b nl oul a pp-raofial iBTilal-kcai 4n In mracrri In rnffw aaj pferllkf ol li + |i.ii ' ij- .in.: al ■-.- i.in,,- ■ l.i ainrp rulBy . - -i ;Vir- il. jiMfairal ] i|r AwMliliua «i4J ¥MJ luck} i» hvPJHfl (ApM-M li iw rtiuVl Di. Mjlrt. lar lE pnai- utptJ ami wai.nl -riirjAy anj itk-I frr-XKHlllr. I rhaui llw nrxl mrrlinu. uf any n.tky ii Eur wjj Ina dinner jivfn ky rhi alumni al .Srarnj a. Irvr |unE nd naftar Drm[ Irv Inro. Vamrfnaix, n f ihe- Sri t uf NtT 1 YiJ ' t! Th odd» poBaripll. Eli. Mj " " i pwfjirtl! An» Jq| Ih futlto hnr ■ he £.TiIIW JI r. H.urpnp thjJkr «f r%M Kky. Bi«W Cilkn. Pr T. TrrAI uf C Jaattia rpj Sila+ Mitttt. tflH-ttni aataW «F Thr N ' rw York Cfnarhauo. aaj irvln- now 11 rnr nprd in cftiiyilt furWacJ a a)omcrjrcrVi THjrjhrJlbsa . whic ' i IviP | r,aa..u- if jirjl lli-nri fnr hi-aaiai ' v arad ihr wnitrl o m fnrljf nwn wtit PKttM rrf ..: L mvilaaj pm-iii. Mi. P«a Fii-»ll uai ua I [Hatjcultlly HK ' P Fl nir vf Inind. ■}» inpliij uF h " f i-h Irf n-i d 1 tit ihkdihicd irtiurfrralilr " |ml-. Iiruni wriv wvlv HaYrt nd ivf 01 rntTf vFlp? a. rr fuvlt. " I ' .i- F ' ini Jrnt RihwwIi hat anaaji had a Tny iiavdl fErling fwi 5fwanrr i»d hu htva a,m j- rAjaplirrr nrjrv in Am ihmin ibil kr Luu laicl aE»4jK bt» k. ' ruv ruly. Hat l. Ucnil I i«l -l. al At catnti «r Tc 4, 5 nx% aavd Biwdwajr. nai H-ra manv Sc-rrahcr MalFKiibiif. Al ubc- Jihnri iIkt Rrv. Or. I -lunlioqliHi, an- w SI ami wiarlv Iddwd in Inr rila " of ftrw York ai |Fm rrekar nf C race i " i £Kh. w|p|, Ihf fjil t,t luaur. H wai imnnrj btv iliun.lvii rtf S wai v ' l 1|-rn-fl, A. Bin •! lh hw pympuhy -d bfil r h 1hf AnuxUhh. wm- Dr. Williim M. I lk d NtW YodL al pjlTrrril Dtilt l lh C«n ll MrJirJ DcpaiEaarhl naaaXrJ lirrr in ihr -cilj aad, wtrp haul ahrija- fcnxu a cnimBanJiBfi. fiyurr ia ihr aafial, pdlilbrjl a d nwdhral Llr o-l llir •TLBimunil.| P . I " -- 1 ! ■ j ; - 1 n b mr hj i nn man hai fc»?r hid UtaaiT infliHiir in nW jrfjt T tf Irian Or- PJl- Di. Poll kai lUtmtrd ttitaf uf o»t dipi«-rk brca nr i f» f h nor nd il ll 4iiHf tiv fl caurtfr »rnJ inr, rivi I ( k -MfihlUunti in ihii if . TUv. t ' rlik Moirii. whn nu id, amiljarl nvtor nf a tTioukljn Churck. ivaa anulhn irrll-knuwa S 1 inrf man wnn alaFncityl llapaF _S+. Ijl mi nana n. 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Inc LnirrniEir hid ■ puevr lor ill pAtk.nl Hnwir ihii raald n krnE into- hrr f-r.nm. Our mrni honnerd Y|.: L.rhmHI ' jr. B. LlH-to Wipjini, le l Irsii r.|,[n-,rlL.r,ilT. |l lhr piijfrlliotl F fl uF Ihr JJrW Ycwk inrtobrli. I Kid 1 ktlcflEtB. uhiBfl f«i 4Ur trip I ' M ifir $-100,000 rhJnBrnl ikil «n briflp rined lu obfpirt Mi. Citncijei Kifl e-l ■ HHiHr hull. Hnw I niih, I could pir pu iKc wiiin ul Inr bttk whn pncvzodrel la- Inn eiflrr ' Wjlwr JSirrwrlt I prmemhrr, innrdnlrlr (l«r I " eluxk (nr JIW + J PB+njf IheT nvmrwn. fnJUwfd ppl. Wr Pliied lS( IkMi llllh PUB of Watt $600 Inil hifhl tPrd J L » W ll ISaflihr hw Well plriprd wir Viee ' Oiiherllur wn j liii tr|p d ml plKli il h thf. TKn d twr hid m ny nlrrrr ndri In il whir , nrin- □ 1 ui cin rhrr larcrl. f rudri Irur hmEnlalilj d-I Irv ilur, ifuf l iuly nf lK " ■ uimindiDjp, Irv pi ji hril tirl lor Sfwmr, IE dinrvM r d w h K4l ♦n.i ' Jf-ll ' k. It will ihv+jp pj dr«r in f M »lt «1 if K W York AMKltlion »t nfcc al lite hit b F diitw-riL Try B xl PiHidfnl wKr. mi pl».kj v p Ijr, Ridurdl EL rll Bfu " ». Ewtll. 4f ill (ill him. I ' +n 41 4m kid r hil ptltli ultl JrpirlmuE ntir in Nm YoiL Brliiln hil piulrwiuail ui ' t . Ik ii llhr behI E ' liirmini! nf mrn Jmj r prii- ■ un ■■ much mi anr kutt Inr k-ira, Irw cU KrkxH. ■! 1 1 ■■ Hnw rH iCr h " ld in brlw-rrn ihr diaarrh dunnp Dr. Rrawn ' i irfiHP. ' |Le jnnuftl djnnef Olip yr l w»i h td «i riL Si. I J»».l. l.-i.iUi until r«wntH uhich Ih du H (■« t 1m «• • hon? 0« Kirijf-r flh SlTrrl. Am4ng inr lojfll mrH wl ihr Ey--. inrr Alio- (illiuii he hu ilwi i Ike-1 ihr luYrmwI. Oftr 4rilicc mih Ic tui up- dEwancj Inr jiiiAf af I — ■■ rr ouri in rt w c niii inJ wily ihr nlhurr dirjr ihr riipfii uinEjrilpd llv niap d |-l«ifli. Kd ird SviH K hr pui m i kju i Ik j fnr i(w M»j«r f ihii irtil ' titj-i l " h«± tan Euidly br ' " f dn«l r ' hil $HlHkV PKCCtf il ibr W SrWinrt brt ivutr vrtrllErr tIk nn ihr 1l( «T " fct tinh rKiepI ihtir ruuld he hnr rnruirrd Iriit winninr. JniKIr v mj v ir ■I ' -ii-m - all iutf?niMn kehJ niln rum ■ pilar EflhoiLlr acboa j 1ru poli ' ' ijnp, Dr. John H. P. IUr K . m j?.,n fUvurd Pp ii nl | Ih r w Y.:., ' AikoruhiHi in ihr T " r IftrV l llj r I iodetrm. w|» il I|k lim WM IB lite ll- Innvri iitria.tl|n iir Firm »1 EfO I UrOihrii. ■ nlrt»J Trripurer. Thtir t RilMRi dknit-r lliil hr .i.ji; ird inch, ik.il! in Liodlin| ihr lupr luuarrt n( ihr i-Wiii.lirKi ihii ihr L ' mvrrtilj trrjmr |nlcm «f jlLming pur| « upr Bit nl inner ta lie in rrhrrr rlpr rurpl id ilnrLT uf ihr rlihrvKT «f ftb Lutrruly, Ml wrhirk IiFspe potr hr ilill irabuni. I hu jr»r Pf t ilw A »ciiii fl mil »t wort imbiliOiiH - orl " »nd » dmn r hu 4riin£rd ihioufh iTw kindneu «F Hh. KIIpMi ii 4m L " iv mny C tb. Tb niiimt wii fC ' .u ' nily HH Frmir lu ' hr wmlicip rr Ac AMOcilkHL luf it ta ' H ihr kil hmr ihil w-r uw nur Llr Virr-CbincTlk . B. L wlun M ' lHrtm. r !r kji IrH " ipriEri r-l lh orrjunp bnd jil hip vrpy hril, for ihcnuim uprai ■ mrra itrrr ihr i i ' »ifp «F ihr pliccr hr lr »rd iv ffiwh ind UtiUmg tf ' M ' b " il4»4 nd ihr Uhiftclily )CU -ttuA-wed us aSc lhrcl. hr Miud r h - r wlhl indl rliml ill ihr drpriiplicn nl rich nd rvrrj plarr. EU-pidrv llhr plunau nbiB-j pnti rJ ririD Uirrr pjnrDl. Frliz Adlrj ■ ia wot o vir rsri hi cA buKiar iad m- nu Rall C-li . ihr Chinr.r|l f, RrJwpl Of J n l " d lJ«. M« " i»4 ■! jh prpwil, burb i hilF i dkrjtn ijihrin. Two KniA-rn luuL yLcr ihip vc i ihdl lite ril rfedrd with ilrufef i rn rrjiuphc niEJDijrd rpinl. 1404 uw m hnru ni.n»r 1 Am Bmcmri, pfl f- ' jjkA Slrrrl jnd 1-iHh A " nuf, wiih iudfit S " H » 4w pprilw-r f ihr fining! I Jupm uF ' hr -Hmr j ir 4M PAHirr hnil plihl f«l rlrl- ' l NEW Yurki ' JJoli faf DM H6W U | 4d SrWther MtK cunrv»rd «nd dduulrd. ihr rcvalri of which irill br trrb mn L-Ho ' hrr vdct. Thr nr l war Hit uphrard in by i uzwivrp jodi fallowed, br i dmnrr jl fry Ufeu L krur C ' luh nn T Eutitj-i iblh Slpr l lad Firlh Atfpm, oVinu| V l|W kindVt+ oF Jli! Ti OfefpnipiE M jfti Dr Hedfw wmt iHII Prtiidrfil F ih l ArkjiiilK lad lAalMmUlrr rl iFni «cUiu6, That Jiflhr WU P4rl IrlJ piFrrl " I in apjptnicnJ trmh lo mvilr dn4ii«Tuiphrd am ■! r«nlai dE ihr 5rmnrr Aitu- mrlna tad Is tuFri Sorinrf ' i rtdp befrr-t ihtm it 4m mil lutpKimi Iibt; ih r , t _ mrr ihrir 10 Irr. Ynrrr irrir m ' jrr ihin in.lv mrn of ihr .lunmi m ihii dinnrr. tbjIoi EjT-aj Prrrj e-l MniiiMEvn ppaLr. ilta ihr Ckinrrlber, JSuhrrp f mjFu, ilua Dr_ I pril nl C ' oCuHiiii, Mr. Cl arfv 7jhnpkir Mr. (. " nrn nj i-Hnri K -J. K V M.I.. II Crllrt. Ihr Kr K?:, CiHrlrP BurtL AMJrlHri Bi k o «F 4 YoiL Vic k ' liliV. rlk ' i Ilill «f Srwjjtlrti I lyflrl J rVt . ih l Tip irnian Fir Srwiinrr. midr p rrlhnp- i h-ex h. 1 1 ip hpidlr scrtPDrr Ic par thai Jrrrrjf. jlp ■ uwvri rri-r. r mil Nrw l nrL Ihr r Piinrr Mnu Srwanrr mura Lhr Inwr. Fjururj llw Pfinna ni ihic j-rjir |]p. Mi r.r..r,i_ inv|lrd 4 K(irf ( l pf« l|t Ktw York rn ' n i« t nrrt-PiE hrU i ' Trimfy Krt ' ory » heir iIkhiI: ftwiatt ikd h-i ■•■111 Al 4r nril m-rlmr; Mr. T. Ch«nmn[ Mroar wai t rz ' rA Prrudral, Rcbri W. R. FJI11XE. ViH-Pmidnli H F. KiI|mMiA, .Vt,-,p,I ' ir -Pr 1 « .l; E. P. tjilLrrl, Trrmnrr; QuprrPi McCK FVffc»iif. S«PriiiT. Onr rp (OtMlPiiPrd r [.hit 1 BMSCH in Ihr hipkfij uF i|pr Aiwttiilion pnd d-rll v] o» Ihr ihditidcil efolll ul rrllpj mrn. Thrrr ip on cuiuht ihal t .- aucorKi oS lhr Sr-rrahrr nrrinualirn .hrrr in lhr cilv r l ihrw li r r v jri Kp-i bv-rn Id- i Ijrpr rarrnl due k 4v prnnnal relnpE r.A 1h prKi nl S l liiry. MPi Pui-Lpltw. Allhnuch i n i»ipjip r mil, w.lh Jj upi.Jly niun( CIKr+r. which It iprlAl " fork 4»d indwilry. hr hiP ric rl nrnlilrd ivr ■ mvnrhl ? (nadrn tunn-ll ' whhi } «df A jh oF irr Ah4 Kt«tk vtd no -drlad Fmi o rn 1c in " ! for him to lakr I ■ ■ ■ I ■ J d i- d " -i-rk mi hi ' .-ltmIuIV- Mi- Packer » c« oF ihr n n who Bnnhrk lni ixJb ami lin pirwnl ;■ ■- i-n ihr rditoiul klaff of ihr l-trfeaVt Pi l cajjt pa i In- prnv ihii nn la. nnv V-qii ibchly Ik ajiurrrjalriJ. kilpi r-A. » nl|niHiMIH and loyal Srwi " «pporl?r. IP ikiling in tup jdjiii in nil rtiak-. b M nwrlhclr hit Liivdly +mik and fit ni-il wayp lit - rndciird hint I in hrarli uF ■ I ' hr mrn in " list pail id iht wurlJ and hr n drpclded apt 1+ C r- ihr whrrl Wvi al crucial limn. Cailljid ■■ annlhri rral rilalr matL I III path, aad s-iak lujvp PLlab-likhptl j rrp-u ' j ' xxi jnd aft minv yrjii will |mdi brfnrr wr •fall httr ih l Ik- it dcatkf bit wh p. It » taldty n C kury hr- ifrfji nf |L- pari thai MctMr !alr+ il ' he afljiri 1 F iFk MMtllHt. H - ' + made 004(1 NtW [ «rl with a irnpriBH iad id mini i! rlrrrnl hn ' -i E£rndr brihE in ihai-LC A ihr Tlpnrl- RronrdmD 1 ' om|hiny - n thik riljv hr ■■ cnr nf ihr hradk -nf ihr MiKa;: vidri in w Vol ;. iVilr. ill } ■■ ■nrhriihai. tunainq alwayk DiA baar la boml tv int and oFk i i wry Bik-iul m ow. hloo ' ' KUrdl ► ■ nrw »rd ih ' rnprtl and ranndrtWr uf ihr kj l ftohtmtfm. A k-rilih ht H I pro h»rni m(mbrr Hr n » pirntr in. ihr Sim oj Harmon, FJIidIL jj J Djrrd. Many nn in lh Npw Ycak Aaanrialbcn haw jj wl nfTn hrtd omtr. bul llur doff T4l IVM " -hi: ih ) al o " biyal . il «v( nkuf an, ihu ihp nfcr- huldfeltt AmL t laW-K 4iD hr aafhlioftrd lttHanaon Bwhaajja. pCPrujfiP ihc- bnl knnrrai n( ihr Srwaarr mra. lai drr, ciqr; a. pltJWrifta. «f lnu ItfmlaliOn and! ahi ' .lv. i ' nr or Ttisaatiacin " fc imutoai n Innl wkn Kr miui nil aulliuhi hr wjjl a£inw . hin . J ' hrli.n Jlfalf, Inil iWmbj and Mi| aiaia ' il nrrabri i iK- Ihf Iw htl won Im- ■ " ■I i lh " C«jp i ihrfr ! ■(♦ ibllirjr. FJndli ■fliil In Snriw ralhrrihi briftl LmL firm i Ind haffinrW lo laaW At For l ' illi»B» J Btrbry. iW A » cillio« " «iyld p HliS of lnfuor ir,,l rnnui wrir il nnl I-m hik wiIIk-ibbu ud kit drbuint pKfJ nkilit+. Fir il i» ihr DvptrtlftTlll vf fcl «nrl il I . ,,r,l, tlrni illv uiTin hrd llial n»ft ■« iXrlat ilrlaarl Kill br lUt- ■ land 0 j lfc(-M trrorrx wklhcAl hn prrmnaiEHi. IVlhipn r r moul «nlhi iiahlir aluauaaa HhiE Tfr haw id Inn paal of Bar ff-cald il f J» I ' . t " «ylfr ol | J r,n,.H.,n. . J. ( " ilri hu dvf urn ud allrVHich lir li n ii iFk ihado vF EVrfeOTOfl C«lkv- T» !fP ' hi! ill cF trip bojr ihlll ;■ " ■« 5ruiw. AtK irr nan nf CujpVpr ' i lax ii R. Ei. I_ Ltwii _t ITiM " FiO mika it ■pfiodj Ma Nrur Y-nil. rxlwud Pan o-luh n a warm IWhr rr El Srwanrr ahd Iga t hil llif aod pr b nr al Irrf dinnrn. Hr n Prnicknl «f ihr F albaEh aawlnaii. a rat ul N WaPk. N. J . 1 fwar af whirl ■« lh» pinnwr n! all unfllinc wiiim «p rln. roMiDrnl. a r«tponlal lr and pkH tuilhrdi pwilkat. B i(-|ly % ' ncaa, ,i hrad -nf itr Vrlna Ljfr lniuri cr Lrfll Drp-irinftrlL f han ouild rn nn indriatik-ly aprahinn a ihr Stviikt mch hctr in Nr» T4fm IPid do nOO a| bhrro lia.1f juih a. run. ak rlw-Mftrpr. ihru It|h- aDii •anil il UPI4 lin il oin.n in. I in kuKrn »i«W irf canilbirl. il lb umply lhr.,-i ' h lail ai i|«Lr in ' J limr Id Irll Cil Inrir doini " !- Jim (. ' |JnV Oorp Tlhfir i.nw Tutarr, FtmiDarh, I li ' jriilrlihf. Nurmafi Gfa4npr. L. C. Gddr. Robot ' Gil H» r of p|l njmfi -ol klaadmE aadl fminnKf ib. ihr c-cvimuhilT. I h J r l J I I « ki ilw au tl impnrlanl dinn»| lk Kan- Vara. Aaanriahnn FiH nv lllraipardL TR ' llK IHC pfrliminiry Hnokfrt t» taWCWI lll " . Ih» annual dmnn wu hrld al ibr L ' hitriiilf CI ill. Mr. T. Chpritnilrt Mo lt. At- V I- {■p Dar FSnidi-nt nf ihr .- Aaocialinn, Tnrincrrrd. wilh ihr help -of ha D crlp and feo r.xffLlm ( ' -hobl 1I p, a dinnri kvhirh wall pus down ak ihr ami imprn MW dlUPKT riff ji H If Ik hf k» Vofk ilumni, FiV Huhofi nf Mrw Tnafe, Biabop Cidrtr. Dildr ihr ufjrUf. idHrrak. Hr Ml iMledb-crd try Ok loaalMftifi. Dr. W. M. PdIIp. ipbo- kadi patiiouily brrai ihYMrd Kp Hi a lumtaaUlrr bv M . iln-ii . PcniaVnl nf ihr Aianrulbrm. Tn- ihr nihl dI Ur. PolL lai ihr EJnK-jp of TraatFairf • ' ■ I 11 ■Ifhl Mr J- P- Morjan, fnr aajay jraji a riuiarh frwnrJ ind L r tl i H Of laM UkiVrrlily, AlBOflE ' hr fVrlH Wf|( Ihr rIlLr.Tr. jaid AuJPl- am Diikop of M™ Vara, Cul. U ' lllum Jay. rdi ' ui of ihr N«w York rTrrild. Judrr V ' nnnn Djvii, Robrrl fikjrlrn. Crcaar t«rj« Kilba. Ol G. Villard ahd Ur. M nnmp. Dr. DiH»rd. lofmrilr OF T«lt f Cni»«»i j ad clotcly allirJ with ihr chi. ililonal aWrVrBMai in i|k Soulh. «ad i arll.at Iribvlr lo Phf Fruilp ol - ru-jpHrc ' p ' . ullurr. Hr lard, " If I had rn? milliM JfJlup ind rraakd. I d . " 0 prpj i " fnr ihr hril advanl [r nf lh Vrilli. nch and pool, whilr and black, I Weald Air vriy dntlkM la Sr ' p ' awr r b arH hri id Ibp lacflK ihal w Ik dniDr- Liatrll ikrrl. ol Ihr UnivHfjIr " fM rill o.lrj al ihii dinrrfj and a mok1 ■nkrirMiat and " kllint ifprrch sai nude bf lht K -. Aiahui fjtvy. Forwfply hffl- Ibid, jj Umr Encnura acairarrd! nn ihr Krrrh. ' Ihr. -rrar ifl 1 2 jnd 10l 1 hu hrrn a naart m Inr ihr jWiriin iScirjjl for Ihr affoil -ol prookci-.aa. lor alumni FidowmrDt fund. J unnp |i iiauyy lSlj T ctc-F. Willi N, Gaflirw dtiirrltd in illflttiard IrClprr of) " Trpr Roakiawv n( j t " K " ji.h C . ' lilrrkiiy, Sr-n jorr . " SrvTH huhdrrd (iwilk wrrr invifrd. EhlH pajwltrri. h«»f t hrhd and lltf innual rliawr kml pij« no Apnl ihr Enl. Thu dlHrr VH Thh Irly a hvPor at air 41VJ HO inyi ' rd jUtilp Wfw T.r i n1 II ji n -HUki Id lay ikjE ihr Mnr YuiL Aluna-i . vHKiar-.«i Wrlcofnri FkM-irily all ihr EkviRre mrn who roaav In Asm riral rilj .and arr ylad ln harr ihraa crnar In ihru Btacfcrnh and dinnrn. OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 1912— 1 1 J. Thiirau Channini Monn-. Prnidrnl. FupfiauJU F. kitpi.1n.rl:. Full Vtrr- Prc-Hdrnh. Pnbtpt % H. EbWl, S«ond Virr-Prnidrnl. Charlrt M(D. r HkfMc. IS? tari Twrwry-ftnl Sirwi. SSecwbarj. E. P. Caillaid. Trrajrrtr, F.S.FJCUTIVF. COMMITTEE- {nhn H. P. Hodrian, M.F}., Chairman, ftbffl W, H. hllmii, Paihard Ewrll Br«wn. MP. Rubral . I LWr. . : FINANCIAL Ktil ' PKT OF THE SCWAHE£ ALUMNI ASSOCIATION W THE CITY OF NEW YORK. A ' J mwliag ni SrwHKr i rn, hr Id duung June «T Iflltk unaftiiTHM. opinBEnn h. ' .l nojotdl ifltl irpp frPhf Lid fonr whan ihf alumai nl _Sn jorv mull lakr ucnn iht ocUt Ik- ittptniibifcdy ol Ihf iyiy e of ' be Ua«iT[ »4ri !■ " « i«» ihai iL- jIukiii -J nihrr cullncn .iJtJ .h lite hn-kn-: »l ajptjajldaw oF Ih ir AIb-i lilrr. Tim ii npr-ruSlv liar nl ihc F-utrrb tollc-jri. md irnr Snrihi rTn-n (ell ktVti in art wav rhd itajr urihh In- hr oucdnv t Ira- im nf ojhrr ihiliEurania. Thty MM ihai pe l flilH MfPt Txina BMrJf ■» univ iiiIlh iLpoufrHwl ILL rounlrv nd ihnr yil ' i to a tiral clkftl falM lrWotl| 4m foMp 0 l W »lMm» ' . Tb»y fell ikib lidrv mild » Iwsn nl idly b)r wilJk tlMti Lindrt- arid 9pMt ■TiH ■tiiriB " I ' hip 0fl " n rKjIH har wz, la Sfwiinr ■■■»l il || irrnuchrrj fn llw alumni Co- | ul ihcir llkMjIdcFf to Ifcf ndh«l 4«d Iflr +11 limp hi fiber 5n u» « ■ prrraanrnl h»uh. » ikai l r idfrih JL jld Income in inlv«a4e Fw TMlwre j » mIi«m, Th Nrw Y-c-ik •lumni roulVTiI v Unit llwir -LruC ' l- od ih - ter-rril rHiWnwnr lunj l-nr wiiw, ikr lead In irai:n n-pualr and in ilk hahdi v " ' dir Nr» York aW X i i " , r,. Anil l " h inbpnl ho- B paid jrarly Po llir Onitcatilj- Tlni, iuibi ■dF UIhMi WW Udntlkt« (or Iwo " fWflp- Fi«l, Lrraii il ■ r!w-rl ii jl Jiik-I inrrnlmr k llir Wiis Yurk tttOcialiM Ifl- Hil Knlx I 4m r Bjd nd ' hot Uqril internl ud r»lhuH nm n rLr lolal figure §tfw. SrtOBd. IF N W York »W«i-» » wiihH In -flinf J. kanadrjjr ctillfajr hi mnj nlkrr utociahuti ik 4n tcaOnj ' K Cful Ikta Md Itxir twnpli(mi Ini iSnunri; 4m.i -rblalilnhinE ■ FiiTndtj IHII i Anmi mLm,«Hiu 1 i! vlw Muni) aL nL diWMr 1 WftW AHinl tHCwiilH-i! !.i- -■- , Ii Nrw iA ilumni In fiAEkCf «.■ 5SJW loam 1 1 Q I l«L» 2Q2J0O t f.J t V kniH rjlfrlinnii l« Nm Y-ark FadWnKBJ F,iJL |4|D ABM ' nl 1 4vb J:iilvf| tyi 1 ia alum uh in aiding iludrnl. I4t0 Awiak «JU ril»d For i»(4d ' »l H|»nm, ]4lD .W«ihEi mUtribtJ rd LOfnmiM «n+r+ 4-IMiy. l lfl CrJIfrlmnn jar Kcw YnrL Fnd whl l d. Nil , auH nl lunifriBrd l j an aliiiTjaT h la awinji iludciil. I 91 I A»itinl| pubt Fit(d lot innd»nljl nprnwi, 1 1 I Amvuhr. -Kit i ' lTd ihrovfh N- Y rl ik«™i f™ 1 Uaiiruilv Tillrt»c-K 1 12 WWO CallfMinab f« Nrw Yack Ra mrtrl Fubd Id Jam. 1. 1913 ApaWnt lunarPlbffd Inr mri-ilri " il riprnin la |in. 1- 191 J JljJDD Aaaynt dmjuj ' h iluau F r . ww H«rHijl. 1 12 f ni.n ■ ihrtisfh ilutaa! w lidkftt irwhaii. I9l2 H.i.M. ' J Jin Mil JMtfl ' i Flbcti irnvrktrd u callavn: [)m I " IIP K- fl« llir F win ' DHfcp, 6 p i crnl. C t IwfctOt 5l«l fion.l ( -l y E ' linl,, r r r nl. C«K m H rikrn ' Tt«u Compiny. New York I lft I l !J) womnj L LAT OI iuiKUUl TO F.MyjWMIM Fl ' Mi AlL ' USL S , r. JL C Piny LiRtrr. FVrc . W, H. PJL Dr. M r . M. rNirkrHf. C MrD. F ' «d(«rjL C- S- KtriH.jIpfc. t-dmurrd I. P. c " r.n. Gruyilh. Shinr, [ j. F. F_ SJif . I . T. W. TotHin. Ch. O. N. Tiem. Dr. W. K. Tuc-ki-f. Dr. E_ F_ Vah, C H. WiLdo, f,lh.«J. I|L . F. V. Wood, l.cn, W.c t B. w.. ; r . Cw sflum, Mr. J, W, NtiFun. Mrt. Rottrr. PcirL Mi. TIhjb.ii niuMduiwJ. PiJk, Ml Fraak. lirL Mi . Rntril. Vtm Srrkrl, Rit. N. D«L.m. V.. Armarlafi, Mm -Srhuslrr. Wtlk .. I . JnlH, E, WalFpes; Mi. Grate. Wrrk,. Mm A. 5. Ti rib»r. Jjr. FrinrrLiI 3. WMLa, Mr Cawr. Wife- M-.. C. L, WIHibaaKiri. M « C Hciaria, Wlnrt-i . Miii R y. P«r. Mm M. I. Adlin. Wild , Elliai . R- W. B- AmVlrr. Willn. II. Llhen. Weptiea.- R.iwv. William J. F.nrLwr. Arlkur. n.mafll. B. W, F.wrrH, R. 15. GaiFri-ell. Wiilie-r. C.ll.rJ. E- P- DahhUM. C. E. W, CAmw. RoIkA |r Rralr. Phclal, Hill. Dr. J. F. HdV . Dr. f. II HrfUiIri, F_ R. UichhHi, Or- W- A. 1 1nrigiroa. i ' rlr ' iiir. lio r. W. P. fttvty. Hwf " ' . Jiruirn. Dr. R. L. Jofnt. Haul, j , Rurhanan. TkwnujKin. Rull, Ma|. A. W, KilpairifL R. F. 1 jwik R. F_ l_ Cc n. F. I, H. I.J-a. K. MrD Crih. J. C, ■s ' . i:-.. ,:., Cr-V. J. M. Maririirtf. Ke . TA ' . CnyUir ]- P- Muoie. Dr. A A D»Ti Di- W. H. Mnctir. T. Chut Be t f i«n». L. C. Murphy, r- t.. Lijt u 5yBKMM t re FjiMimjii thalllr. Mr. Cmp GMdrW. tliBflnw, Mr. C a ,. !, [r. I 1 H C Mjie, Mi , K, S, Hump lr. Jarbai Mijr. tirdmtvk Dr. Jori " F- Cairt, Fhv. M. Ii. ■Grranl. Ri-V. Ptrtf . Ilarid, Mn, AwjuiIl ' k MnlTaua, Mn. M. R. K nt. MlM yi rtrnt. Knolh Mr, Drod, Ljttvu. Of. RutM-ll. ' UkLii. Mih A. D. MhrJML Mra. J. F. R. Mcirr, Mm 1 mjiv. EvCINf H- HlNTQN- Allinlj TirwdiiE Gwrfit Alum AfH-citliM The Sewariee Alumni of Georgia BV EUCES ' E H- HlMTON. PllFJJDEHT. ' J Tie Sc -inH AllrffllU Auarialion of Georgia wn aiganuced L a Dutch wpper ujiwrn «E LJur Kimball Hot! CHI Saturday cwii n-f, Januaiv 12. 1907. I he local Alumni of All tutu Ited never tatart mt-i each ■Str r L and the ofaJECt of ike Hipper wtl to briciK lhcm kuttllkrf. 4 well aj Iv li-a t llifffl rneel Dr. B. LawLan WLgEtin;, Vicet-Hancellor, nt vi-aa- traveling Lriruitdi ihe South for ihrt PMirpoie of orgajimnu; ihe Alununi, and of a.waL nr.iiH in1 mt hi ihe i-pproachina seeni-Cejitcroiial relet: ralion. I had never belore mfl Dr. Wieflink and wai ttr rled And captivated by hit c harming perwnalily. 1 lie rncctinx rtMillid " r electing ihr writer President, Dr- W. E. Wilmerdnruj Secrttajy, Mr. R. C. DeSautogrt TirattjreL and IVt r- Henry W. Grady Prc» Agenrl. I r. WLImErding moved to another fceld, and Mr. PcSaunure wii made lsoth Secrclary and I ira ulcr. My r r l EJfoili «(n directed la AroUlin inleroL Oil IrW p rl oi (he Alunni in Lrwir Alma M lfr- I nTguerf thai the affection I fell rniHl ciiu n cflheu, ihmjsjh it ttttntd 1o be doimani, and my hope hai bttfi lhal if 1 could arouK llii? durman! Irtllnn to a livct iat re t. er jtt would follow jenhmen ' . Onrr ol mv fint step . ihereTort, was o publish in I In Atlanta Oent an and NrWk B. hwtoncal telfh ol ihe Unh-enaLy of the Serin in order lo revive in flic AlufiHH. rff ml |ecl»rn of .Sewanee, and ar a. Te- ntwed auurajice Lhal ihey Iwd an Aim Mil« lo be, proud of. Cora- mtnlJIH 0F1 lh« hi laiy. Dr. Wiggins « n Sc n-r In cl.tk ■ Aiml In. 190 " : " I ain JU44 in receipl of a copy o the Atlanta Georgian and NW ' S under date el April I Jlh. conlainion: yo ir article on ihe UniverjilyL [t a, in my judgment.. lh« b M thai h " ewer neem puhlnhsd concerning the UnK-En-itf, and rtfltth ur at fi+dil rfi jour hiit rlcal and lilErary .■!•■: I . ' On April IS, he urate me, " I he article a such an excellent one. thai I am thinking of Luuing il i» 4 ipecLal Rulletm. " I he article., (overlive 41) entire newspaper pige. w i topied in full in lhe Nuhvtlte Amclkfi,fi. NfW Orleans PkayUfte. Galveuon NeWi, and a number of tflher pa|«r? ( wnelhins( over ihLrLy b? 1 mall il), o lliil however ifh original purpose in Cecillia turned out, it proved a pnd advertisement for Sevvanee In. olher stales. There re In Georgia, aHnut one hundred and fifty Alumni, B.nd I have mailed to them matter ifl tmK tv S- mee from time to time, circular idlers, cardi. new pni i noln.c L - rK,. .■ verging duiins the firil Tour years, al least one sending every month. I " he remits, measured by materialistic standard , have nol been encouraging, but I am. pers-uaded I hat vrhile E cinitnl point lo any addition to the endow men I fund, to r-fiy generous, jrifl, or to any oilier langnble evidence of avlu l reiylli from th e nctivitkr , Lhe hitherto uiKukated held ha u«a prepared tot llie seed, and ] cihB|i llie li4rve L map be reaped laid. That the cir- culars, and newspaper clipping have been read, ha} leer something accomplished, because il 11 an assurance lhat the Alumni have been pleasantly reminded of iheir Alma Mater, al least once every thirty day , fiw mote than four J«rs, ]l this iort n f wort could he periiited in. I am convinced. LI would bear fruit aEtcr awhile. The difficulty with me ti lhai it u impossible Tor me 1o continue it any longer. I am a very bmjr man. and my dulk . alwayi exacting, have reached a point while Ihry absorb all my time, 1 am hoping lhat tome Rood ky l Alumr» " may be lound who will lake u[i I lie M-Ork whele I least of. Il hat been a labor ol love, and nothing but necessity would make me yield ihe work to any one. OtK of the activities nl the Alumni, ha been the securing of names ol hey graduating from high «hoo| . ru- denvie . and other anaLogo! " preparatory tehoolt. in Older that llify mtflht b ent adverting Hl«t- ler From Sewanee, and urged at llie slme lime to enter llie University. If the Alumni in every Southern commumly, where there aie prepara- tory school , vould make- ihis canvass any time between May first and June; fir 1 fiwli year, and I he fill ol graduates ihus olriained, were prop- erly foltwivtd up th rc l(CP. iht roster of the A ndemi« Department could be- more Limn Irtbled in LWo or Ihree yt tt. Tfr the Alumni likewise b due the credit ol having artHJtfd tht church lo a sense ol its oblr-galions. to Sev anee r al least in some ot the Southern diocetei. I he so-calted " " Xelton plan, " under which eutl of |hc nineteen S«utherni diocEW it to Ifieu itieK fixed ium irmually f-o-i ■ ii-r- A aJetnK Dcp iim iit. Id addition to iht amount pre- MHl(]y asscijnrd ku Mir I ' htotafck-al D«ij4rtrrienl, really originated at a small meelirvg at the house of Mr. Robert C Alston In Atlanta, which was. called to discuss Sewactee a (Tain., and was. attended bv Mr. R, C. AlHon. Mr. R. C. [kSauiiure. Rev. C. R- Witmer. Rev. W. S, Clall»ntr. amd the waiter- Mr. aujaure a.ntt I had previouily dturuised the iubjttt. and wa were pfecnviKcd in our vitwi, that it wai ihe bounden duly of the church to provide for ScvrancC: lhat the idstityltOTi was Founded by the holy rather , of the (hurdi, under the auspice of the church, and lhat it wai clearly lhe duty of ihe church to take care ol til own njflipnrig. A Tier giving our iiewi at thu sjhiII -gatherings Mr. Df5lui iu lug eiled that ihe Diocese of Atlanta uH the eiample lo the 1,-ihcr eiKliteeai Southern diocesei. by aucuina it«W Ivdvc hundred dollar amually tor llie Aeademk Deoartmtnl of the L ' nivcisity vf the South; that the matter be acted on al (he nts.1 Jiuccsan conv-entton, {lo meet in a fehv week in Columbus, Lj3- , and lhat when acted on lavor- .ibly by lhe Atlanla Diocese, the Elishop of Atlanli communicate lhe Tact lo other dioiese . and urRr srmilai vi.iiun by them. I he susjget- tic-n met lhe hearty approval ol the galherla . Mr. Alston, a lay dele- gate, agreed lo offer the lesolutlort in council providing {or the plan; Mr, ClaHwFFie agreed to. come down Irom Sewanee and addre lhe- contention in luppofl of in ind Mr, DeSauuure a a deleitto. would ol course be On hand to father hi OWfl »Ugat4lKA . which he knew lhe ALumni ilrortgly lavored . I he {dan Wcnl through exactly a? arranged by this small f roup oF five men, J iree of bphom Jpeie Alamm, bul it came to Lie called the [Velson Plan. pTohably because it was nece s.iry for Utthop NeltOTi In crjiduct the correspondence in presenting lhe matter to other dioee ev. and m urginsj il adoption. If ihe olher So lheiin cuocfh ' s •■ ' .■i.-.ijI.J lollow lhe K tF1plt of trW Dkkh of Al lint . Lite deficll at Sewanee would be wiued OLD. And a-jain in another way. lhe Alumni brought to the church a iV-ali atlon o-f lhe necenily of taking steps to meet ill solemn oljligalion -■:■ Id the Academic Department, It Dlly be recalled lhal al a certain annual meeting of thf AlurHni al Srvranee, a resolution was adapted, (which Wafl a mwfifie.-sjlron of another, And perhaps, talher radical KtcliHkini) r in eflccl providing: tor a so- called non-sectarian management, for [he business- affairs, of lhe IJniveriily, Ttll resolution hid itl origin in (•} A very ttntral fcti anions llir Alumni af a lendeocy lO ceefoiiislkiscn in lhe management of the Univer»ly. a tendency which, il unchecked, would be fatal lo Iht creation of a big broad univeriily ; (b) llit conviction lhat lhe managing boa id of lhe Utii- veruly uii curnbewonvc, unwieldy, and n,n rehaic r as compared with Other Up-tv-datC And progressive uni» verMliew J Jir Alurr.ni were turned dawn by the trustee!, but the resolution served Lrue purpose a T bringing lhe tnulcei, and through them ihc Hr li. face to face with lhe ohLigalMiei lo lite a.ct|ve. rt£pf to lake tare cl it? own. which It hud neglected for Jl-klf a CBIbaTf, of lo accept the all ma- ting either e pre vd Or implied ill lilt resolution of the Alumni. It Like wise enforc-ed con litre r a Lion of lhe expediency ol organising a smalt working body to entrust the affair of the Univeriily. ThfW are wmt of lhe ihknfts lhe Alumni have done. Measured by the turnmeEcial ?Landarrf ol dollar; and cents, ihcse resuhl are nil, but il the Lnhersily of l}ie South is- nol lo mark time or pi backward., and is- 1o keep itep wilh other powerful Ujiiverul ie a a. gre-fiL majes- tic, milium Marcher afler Irulh, the acrjsmjdnhiTKflti of lhe Alumni i i.lj wj-au ;, v.ul df-.il tu lhe lulure of our beloved Ainu Meter Now- to tht two point ju« discussed I want to say a ivord a! to lhe alliLv-dc of the Aluinii 1 . ah J in wLu I lay I believe I represent an VT-crwIwIcmnji majority of lliern. We do not want the church, divorced from the Univenily, The charier of lhe University gives- lhe church cmitrol, and we could not change thai lundamental law even LI w( wanded 10i which we do ne-l W wanl the hv«h 10 he a] way in (unlrol of all the moral foicej Mi lilt mountain. W r recognize the neecHJt , And Lhr inestimable value of moral teaching Id the training of youth, and u ' e want our holy diuich akvays- Co be- lhe teacher. In ibn particular field we recognise the im- prjclicabilily ol noil- sectarian leachlnp:, becauce wHat l «v fry body ' i hwuneM become nobody i tvuftne , hut vt btlif ih-r ■■h-r-.i- it,h K lh unOitulifled and widi ' ptftd coritfof ol ihn ptitkuJar held, should lur lhe -sake ol [iruKir ' v lor lhe sake of the L ' nii rrsily iblelE r |Hit some Limi- tations ' on ill control in other directions. We Kj.nl a s-mall compact worLable body of mtJl ifl control of lhe husines nHnagemenl of lt|e Urmi«r ity — rrwn «-]e£tfd loldy on K- count of their filne " And wilhngnew to k r . I suhkc-jI a ooard of mm- Icrn men, liiade ' -j of i ' - ' .i IjlJnips. four priests, and emht laymen. Irii ' -I nn.r ' - rily ehiirthmrii.) I lie board should be seLI ' penpeluBling and sbauld be empaniercd 1o make and (ill vacancies; in other wordi, IF any memljer falls lo xerte, lln l nard should s-uciplanl him by fOUK one who can and wilt do lhe work, urwe thtf bo rd tluuld nol only t i workable offlan flion. but dinmotly 4 working body a» vrtll. In flllmg vaeiinie tfler tfie firil Oru.Bnr.ra.tiOn, Lhe numencal relalnon ol bishops, jiriesli and laymen need not be preserved. [he question ol filnes for lhe work should then be the wle qualificalion. I lif Board of 1 rusleei would continue lo l e elccled n provided by the ConStl lulion, but l3iey have a rlgthl lo divcsl themsetves. oT the adtve man- asemenl ol the Academic Department it they want lo, because the chiller in Section 2 r uyi " Said I rudteei diall have power in altd by said ConililulLoni. Hi dealpiate haw. b-y nniin L .ind in " hntt Wiy tht fud UniveriHy sJntl be governed ' «nd Itkewite emuc -eri the Trust to anWfid the ConvliLulsOn, Thtv- COyLd became in cfletl a board ol vi- iti is. iricchrK oikc 111 three, in five years-, or annually if ihey preTer, lo receive reporlj from lhe (jovemlng Hoard, iheir Cieneral Manager. I suggest llvree years- s-imply became lhe clerical and lay trV4lCC4 JtlT lay lnLcle« eleclcd every three yearsu [ hive liven you lhe point of view .i| ihc Alumni, who are firm in the belief tlitt wi« eouiiiek will ultimately prevail. ]f ihey are vi ' ronu; in llieir vleKS and MJ7Ke;lKHis. lhe justlhcalion for their corn elusions Is- lhal ihey are born of an abiding love for their cheridied Alma Maler. lor whose- fulure [hey feel great concern. Florida Alumni Association CD I Tie flatida Alumni Auvciuiivn it glowing very ranidlr: in tnt paj-l lev- yean aciivc itepi kave been lak.cn tD clFcct a permanent oi- i-iriKMliwi, Al the l M re uLar annual meeting gtneul ofluan and eiec ulivt corftmitiw were d«1«l: rhii mctiiiig - wt|] jutendtd. rnJ number d rcvjIUKn? Vrtlt ua rtJ fqJi llic wtlfarf nf lilt A ' MOcilLion. ll hi) detidcd upun Id nitre Kim-innuil meeting ii piK-JibJc. Jn Lnc [Mi?f lew i-cari- tlie Id liyvrirtK Sewanee men have mai-ed la Jacksonville: Allen Wkiib, G. H. Ford, Wilic-n llaltfell, Joe Pavii. Bob ICeeley, .ind |, t Kirby-Sfiulli. S w«u« it well reprcKfltcd «l Miami l»y W lltr Palmer arid. F«d Rand : -h-riilt at Tampa " Fat ' Gilkll D, G. Turner, Jim Ander »n ajid Walter Barret aire (he rnprcMnlJtlvei- Itewanee ' ' older Alumiu in JacLuMmLle a:e among ihe rrww.1 prorrsinenl men In ihe Cily, " Ril]y " Rostwifl. John Dog gel L Gtenie R. I rS uu.tJnf. Doctor Dowlas. Frank Elmor . Jim Wilton, Lrwii Mattair. and J. |. Lpcnurcn, Harlow Ranrett, " Poll . ' Darviel , " Hay " knight. xnA Baynrrl .Shield .ill 1 r»d Ml (he trorri ratvk, OFFICERS D. C Gil kit, PioiJtnt: TuniMt Virt-PrcHrknl : Ite-h. Van Winder SWlda; Jacksonville. I reajurer, GeoiKe R. DnSaujMiie: Jacksonville. Secretary, j. I_ ECirhy- S«n,itK ; J at k oni ' Llle. ExKutrvq CommMee., D. C. Gillctt. Ctiaiimtn. Tampa. W. M. 0 JHiLH.k. Jr.. | uk Hmlle. Raymond D. Knight, Jacksonville. Waller S. EJarret. [ unpa. Rev. J. H. Elrrwn,. Pciuatoli. D. C. -Co.ij.rT TftBOa Prniiirnl FlnniU Atuiafii Aiiafiilu " .1 Roll of Members of Florida Alumni Association Ti " ii. Lr i m mi T. H. B tA W. A. DtM.lk , F_ H_ LMImJ. R. C L inf. Jr. T, J, P .l.«, J.. Levi i Livik Frttl E. (. ' l-H-j. E- J. Dtjin. F[LMJUSEH3(Jh- ft, A, MrlX— Id. J , " , i 5ri.|rjM Cum R- R rJ F. Cti 3-HlTrr. r. j. t i« I .:!■ n I.. S.»M. Hn. 4. ■imiMM ' ll Criv. }rkn I,. M.W Kit to . r Kj.THL.EI74. M. IX CunninpKita. JlhUOK I •■ mjn I k. -- ' .! . Mdmt. lllc. r. B. B i[r T . S A I ' miv:. J. C AriJn-—n, V. 5. Binrl. A- Blur fijlj.rt K r W W. | Hjrl. KJuitt R. I}s-rl(rn nfi. A. G, T«r tr. Satjtdu. B. F. rAitofr, Jr. C nrpp A. pFbr. Uujh«£ Lake. V. 11. lk W I ' ,i . i r t ■ Hroij EVlrnnn. c;u-,i- J- H. MiArlhui, C A. DrfK . CtlLiIEtlE. LkJCUANft ll_ E_ IflrrarnihRrr. Due Crrv. ftefetri t SbmL TIfa.i M. tLdw«rdi. M,D, TJajuw. TC«K. U ' .ll.im M. 5 ' inf. Ai TtjN, Sidney B Jifniih. ArFALJirirRillA. J. U Cnikr. Pi M City. TfcfH C CllBH. WmiTinhtTO 1 - . Willum F_ M.Jdlcr™. HttUL-JbC H. W. Hirrcll. Mi ip. 1 . W.llrr I ' Jmn. C. [i. 1.1 1. (■ ' ■«t ikk R. Rod. RcIimI S. K.:.lb. 5 1. AytwsTiMi D. Inuum. vid R. Ounntrc., Ji Ai Ea low. G 4 1 PL Will CILcii Y tM-Md. W, ' A ■ I linn-Mi. Jr. Rt -SAftrlA Rjt. Jnfifi H. Druwft. Jnloi . Elfard. ( hirlfi (1 hlnvr.r . EJw rd K, Erect. M.[ . John C. A «ry. W.H.Ktwk Inlm A. MniLll. t j I I.,- ...n Alb+rl M. A trjTr Rwiiird Id. Awij, ij South Carolina Alumni Association W A a remit of a vtfjs made by " he laic Vice-ChanccLlor Wiggins in I M)fc, die- alumni of the University of lit 5 3M li ™ re organised with J. Sh-inian Whalcy a» Prtude n1 and Arlhuc Young m Secfet ry-TVeaf- ujrer. While we, like many of Llur olhtr (•late ntWrtialiont. lia ' H twH M- (Olttiilnihed n.11 I Hit we who Idyc and honor our Ainu Mailer would " ■nh. yft we th:nk iKat our effort have m?l been entirely in vain. li till been (Mir policy to hold euf annual meeting il ihe him time and place wilh the Diovfian Council — 1 polky whi h Jl i fr ed la being before Hit Chuitlt id South Carolina the find) of Stwirw and war r K cu ihility lor helping io meei LW needi. Now our dio£M ■ doinfc it part in pearly C.ontribo4Ktlii to tlw fUppqet of ihe University. We are heartily in accuid with lho e of the alumni vho art doing k much to adtrrtiie ihe Lnitenlly. two of m tmns: am our she guar- antor ol ihe agenl who ii mnr in line field for Srwanec and who i doing inch excellent work in her behalf. Otic of out members secured a. Elft f t O.OOMl for the University, and several of ui are life com- Itihulots far ima|] jtrngurU toward ihe endowpwrtl fuuicJ, Likewise a itK-mber of lliii n«ot i li n rv endeavoring with every nan of tucee . Ed raise s-uffitienl fundi foi a COntknUOU Kwiwi of iTi college. A luge number of ui air of ihe opinion Lhat (be t-v|ah|i(hrnen1 of f tth a " fowth, term ' " would add largely to ihe enrollment from -aI I itftiufjk t jj«iilly ihe Atlantic and Gulf Coasts. We of ihe South Carolina Ajso-dalion are proud Id have sjirven Stwan.ee Hich men as Wigging Bratlan, and Guerry. We may not li-ive given ai murh in do.ll.ir and ■rent) Iwit il least one of our roem- bel fti t hi life. We are Mill In the fight for her material prosperity. la our odwr Hate » ( iattonj. nd our Brother Alumni at large we ! ¥ ' . Lei there be no cessation of cfforti, no pause fat reil. until Sew arm ' hall have cnene inlo her awn ai Tht University of the South — ihe ' haper of the ideal and diaracler of ihe leader in our Southland. OFFICERS. Pr id Bl — J. Sainton Wliftley. Edt lo IilaneL Vice-President — Rev, J. S, Guinird. S«retarjr — Rev. W, B. Ambler, Summervllle. Scxa.:t Hail Delta Pi Beta EQ A Secret ■Society Organised 1912. RODDY. C[_AK:K„ F. W. r COBB, FORD, GRACY GRTFFIN. HORNKR. PAR3HLF.Y. University Club UJ BOARD OF GOVERNORS R.-.. Mu.irt l_ TjfMwiL M. A, Win HuLIAh Ph D. I k niy Clad Smilh B. A. OFFICERS R. LtL fa ... K. C. 5fnilli S. SiddWe P. T«nl ml in MB , , Pmidtnil Vbce President Sttretiiy ft Te« ' urei . M»li ffer M Senior German Club OFFICERS IE. D. Boll Pr E ,idait tZ. J. Annbiuilfr Vke Prnjidtnf J. H. Oofdon Secretary and Treasurer LEADERS C J. AmbruHcr. Ptt Lenten. H, D. Bull, Easter. R. Lrigli. ComraCrKcrTwnfl. Gciman. J, H, Cordon. Cemm n. «i enl Huiji, ROLL OF MEMBERS. E. C. Armtj Sl SuLtlinfe W. Si StrrtiH H. C. Smith K. Lrdgfi B, W. Cobb, A. Q. H. HfniieK D. R. OltmanQ J. Gi» W. A. Jannard C, G- Rowdeii P. 1 amlirjHjn L E . Smith: R. T. Tmtle cr MlW llVA CoLMOH of S mtmt . rfc ltd On F.» rr Jiniti C»n 5. WlTHEU h ' r I I . ndi Him Mahy Lxwii F Niihsillc. wIki IcJ Am Prw-l n m. GfnM Wllfc CuttUU J. A4M IH»TtJL M|u Curnm FIueuti ti K«li nl ' f 1 » fw- led ihf- Senior EtrtT Ctrmp i " ' ! " Hinpiy D. Bull, i . Mn-7 F JW X J kik ui Sab Araaia. iA ii » Irtd d Co Ddmni« I top Wllk Mw Lvct Ikuuir Crimi- " -ill Ruwuh Ijich. Mu I- I+ttil Macro «f CrfHkdt. Mi " -, wlm lr J ikr kijijij A I phi C? ud ■ I htd 4h Kit ofl jwcifiy Oim n w, Px ioirii Llkm. ! ,- Jl RIM (JLHH.4h C Hi ' B umot 1 _. (wroau (jafc OFFICERS S. W H™dl Otto SpaTkm.au Murray Bell Davis Vice Ptaidtnt SccnUty TrtuMutt ROLL OF MF,MBF,R5 Stumer Gucrrj 1 N. H. Cstfct W. B. Himdllon W. R. Reynold R. L, Tolley E. C. Cipcrj A. C- SiiKJere Mr M. MeuloW P. C. Dinkmt FL C WaJk r J- Ci. h.EKlrjton Charlcj Nelion H- C. Cwrtw W, S. Heywird A. P. Ferd J, J. Gil]cjf) e W. M, Bilbro H- PemoL J. Wil ™ J. C. Cuiraji D. B. Crifrin . F. Sl«fxr Sopherim Chapter of Sigma Upsilon ABNE GORDON. BO n N. lONNARQ. I ' M VI |€ N 1 : -.r,:.,vJ. LEIGH. BULL MIDDLETON. CASS, H. IUV.N-1II --[: GA S. j. WaLKEA- HONORARY MKMBLRS. I. M. MrD Di. In.. PLU. C I, SwKWTT. PLD- M«t ImJUH B »N Itt EllWTT. Scfrlirrim i ihc pifehl chapter uf Siftti Uphl ' ifi. i MJMMl ll ' tri? Iri- ki Jj. It mi ur[jnurd in .YdeuiI. IW3, al Scwmct. Thf lulriKfl yir lotllt ninr ■ li.t|ilrn win dr ailf pia«|H cli Inr two- mar . Tip ka£ nf rmplf n rmluwY: .Vc-jlVl ' m, jifw un . Cu runic ' YiMttlbtll. ScMrf R n d Tattc. Crural. fjairu, Ria 9r.||in- iK , [in. OJJ .V -Wr CM. Nerih C«fc«». i i( ' i Ifc J. TijhivlT«ni«. Lif-A ' nl. Milium. I I It I II.H. ■■ 4t XEAldON J si .. ■-. i ■■ .s. . ■ . , ii: NEEHCT, C, V... D.D_ HOWDEK C. G_. CASS, 11 M, gass. ;.. CORDON. HODGSON. T. LOCH. MAC WOOD. PARSHLEV. STEVENS. si.:-, iv 5LHCUFFE TOMIJNSGN. WARE, 7.:. l J ]IHAtH4?e huujhenl MORF.LCXX TYSON, FAUCETT. BEVAH, BANKS. SMI 1! 1. TOWN5IILND. WALJCW, COBBSv HI II ARMBttUSTER WASH, GE1RHART. AKME5. JON N ARC. BF.NNETT. BRATTON. SM.VAtll-. :r C l| 111 I- K DINKIN PRES-; RF.YNOIJO. V]CE-PRES. : MEADOWS. SECY. MfuiriA, 3l.EF.rER. KIEV WARD. MQRRLSON. W H BK ' .YMOIJISv |.: k,l HllVMAN. MEADOW SAKD] " .R5. CIAHKI I ft " .. WA1JIER. R. C. n N I ■ .».■ M I rtrt. C. K. ErnrrJirF. !!.[ _ OJ}. Nwwtcm Mttkilrlnn F. W, CU.I C. J. Anlniki Fiut Ti_v«j. L_ Wi Fhhh ft« i. Mtftlh C«i JV " Lmi Gilbcil IS ' iFBrr C J, Aimkrutlrr CW, L Owl Dridhul Crurilrr Tin Brant, Ji. J ' .ul B«wJ™ PaniUph Ctfct t ' l«KRl H-Hwmorwl ItfMBt Ullllt C. H. ] la™ Rott Tua lr A, C. Cmiv W. 11. Il.nm.n Grw thimii ti. R. (.hhrunn Jfej. Mt it IA ' iILit St. Avcviti I 1 ' ' • i- » Sewanee Literary Society PI OMEGA AMALGAMATED 1912 1 1 ' Til SIGMA KPSHjON OFFICERS ADVKNT THRU Henry Clark Smrflh. Henry D .Sau.«Lire Bull J-nJiri tiavt, Olivtr Fluid Ham LASTER TKRM Henry De-Sauinjrc HjIL Rolwrt Ncwtofi Ward S il Nwlon JflfliTtin Willi P«i»m I Gerh rt Prwidfflt Vh« President St rttafy [re-ttuiti Plttl ' lrui Vi« Proidml Secretary [ rcjjuter -■- The Sewanee Literary Society l be Kopet -and endeavors ol tho r -e who. bave hecn djtHWIH of making the lirteriry wort in ihr Upiveriily it real SmIO! of Undent development have been realiied: in ihe SwiDK Literary Society, which irpir-irnth die tombmed effori of Pi Omt a and S (pm E silon, JTieve two hinoric litciary societies at the bcKtnninu; " i the iucj-ciiI . ■ ! Irn year amalgamated for I he purpose oT central iiin; the lileiaiv c Jim Is oF (he 1udenl body on the Toslrum. Id rase of Jailore- of such plan, ihe prrvtlege of d i a hoc i alios w» ret imed. ] fiat thi villi not take place i MW d bectute ol ibe intrewed inflereft in declamation and debiie. and ihe larfce attendance it the meelint ihrouftheniL llit year. I lit l Het phenomenon (wing; due to ihe jpiialtd, and well pie|Hired pioetram . whlcb have l« n of such merit as. to attract Id ihe meeting member- of (he faculty and resident of the fruunUtiii. Marry litvei lOnmicd oraton and pefHJaaive debilei have eulered ihe litf} fur Sewanee from Simna L " i ilon And Pi Otne a, And die 5. L. S. propows to do likewise. In May oF [hi year, Sewanee will meet ihe UjiiveruLy of Alabama at Sewanee in debate in the Mtond ol a. leriei with lhal Ljiivcr±ity, In nril dI which was, won by Sewanee East year at I uviliuu, Ala. Ilie question lo he- dehalerl ji ri rnanvtn- Idib one, and only ucb .u-curjUe logtriarn as ant produced by the Sewanee UtC7Kry Society -Cfifi be tsp«Lcd Lo Cfivinee, llW ' Iweorabk j.iilvi-- ' i ' l.ir " ]..iFhii L " u.::-|- ,i|C I " it i|:i r i., .1 l-i I :r p II- 1 ,| ■ ! ■ :.. | WtJfui of lb« United Slate , " tjesides inlcr colle iaLe debate, the TeDBHHB Oratorical ConttU. an annual affair with desirable prices, attached, furnishes an oullet Fw ihnie who cherished ihe oratorical tradlliani oF ihe South. Iliii con- ic ! i.ikfi place benwiten the representative from Vuiderhih ; t ' ni.er ii|y of Tcfineuct. Urtivcrsitic ol Cb Hanoofta and Sewanee. IVrh it Hit mo t notable 4 hk ement of l!he new nxirty i ihe nlcicsl ol the department oF Knnlisli. which his at latf letlsied ihe value oT a I raining in (he art ol speaking necessary lo every coLlese bred man. In order, llierefore. lo inrtill inlo ihe minds oT Frreslimen and Sap ha mo re a realisation of the importance oT this Lind ol wort in their education, I lis hngJiJi Pwpartmenl h.n mopeialed Vh ' ilh ihe Soctrty by granlirtg In Frefhjfrwn Mid Sl pJiornOTe» ( redtf flfi ifwir Englitll lor satiifactory work In Jeclamaliaa and debate. Ilie mhcrilarKe oF Iric Sewanee I .itetary Sooely u tF e liadi- Ixhii and acb nemEnli ol Pi Ome .i and Sigma KpjiLon. and upon lliej foundatiani it hi begun |o build. ]l wwild nkt pigei- 1o p jb- brJi iht names, f ihote wh« h v( brouehl Iwiwr lo ibe LJni rirly. to Pi Omefl and Sigma EpttWi, and to tlrenwelve in eratoiy md dfbuc r ul Ifw nKf « and cliievefiicnt» of the p tt are frt?L to be fomolien be AUW the n«me» i f ibe former literary rocietki bare been absorbed inl lire new Meirly. J lie rrroiL EiitlOry of ibe iievranee Literary So- ciety already bean wrlrtcH- to the Tacl lba.1 it ii foirjg lo add much honor lo the literary he- Lory of the student], of ihe Lniverwly of ihe Soulb v; (6kf dlluU ■fl . AimiKD I ' .nnnJ. A-miiIiM Dimitc ifld MtntttTi FlliT TlNHD. W. A. fcuiil I. W. F»»ti. t rtn . iirlnjn. Sam buLfi. C. L_ Cl.i4r. «. H. H. H.JJIrlL . C J_ AcmLrin SCfOMD RA9.JLJ.- J, M. W IL,.. A. C Chit. L D. 5aith. W. II., Mil HI BUW. •Jrn Millri. Tmr«ahr d Cheh CUJI RuHry. 541k . On «. Bcjitj. Cuifkp, " hiM-_ Mviper- Bv- l ' nnih[. ' Wib fi. Lv dLihg. 1 1 , ' • ' • British Empire Club fxKiGJ " Cud Sitr iIh- King. " Ctil.tmi: Krd, Whir Jnd Bine. Mil i m: " lh.ru rl Mw [ jlhL " I5k. : rUu 1 Huibm At, r.Hti.i Rom. ShM wl. Thirtlt. Mvk Ltil. Ltri. HiM Ali« M. HiM ftohrl Lrtfu-I CoImk-. E14 _ Grorfec Ttnrlihrtd. Ei . B. A. (Ott ) I K-HnJI rHLlbOCL RrOWUP AH»N G. Hr li H-nwH. M. A. AKrrd J. C yn f B nkp (Ltk H M. C. 5.) Ctirlrt Lmium CLtrk , John Crcil Currii lrri U d Wi - OinrLH . J.n K U-J I nnl r,:l Prrodnl V ' iw-Pn» J»»i TiMwrtr. .. ChtpHM Srcrrlmir ... rL l_ Galnon. tiq. S. Skupr. I ' jh|. Ghl TnwDihcmJ, Rhj. Hi a, m, mn .A, J. iiyn r Bh4 ■ij I l ai r.iuu ' C iuut : Phm The Civic League of Sewanee PmOmtMTf Mrv W.ltor Hulli n Ul Vk K-P F iih m 2 D V ' lfE-PlLSIDIHT Mh. John M-rLrtu Mc[JiT.i Jin We- Pkukiri ri i Mm. Rrjaold Mirna Kprfcf- it ' K Sccmm M.i. V,ll! n H-Adl Dkbo. Tituiuui " Punch and Judy " W, A- J™mr.1 PrF id nl L t Sahh iwi ' iny- 1 iciL.i i I-!q«»AIY. R »r A- A- Ct»J,, Mr. SwkI • " ■ ' 1. 1 " -. D . J. M. Mxbryfe Mi. O Tinrmlwnd. AcTIYI. 1- MM-,1 1. $mj lh Li M JlJ f Ion. SmbhifL iflfelMZ Mi. diiy. ' .-II..t-:-. MMdMO, Mr. SlMflw. J ' jnrur J s-; , u Bill. JuLi6. - priript BiiMrbr, Kk L S clil , Cnotft. MtWr. Tcwuhcid. £mW. Mn k.c lit. Cailot. M Wfci un. i " ! Pvmn n Jim orfif f fi? x • , n |5 S. M. A. Club Cnmcvijn L.gfUiInn (■■ rb F Wfcikd I. ' • In I «■-. .Vk? Prtwife ! 5etnUry .... Tiruuirr Roll or MiHir.it . Wikti. Brlli™, KfLoo, I.r J,. I =; .;l«- ' - n J ,ri; r-r. (jut njrrl, l lmtr. C litf-ajn, Whit«J. (Jordan. Baldwin. I. !lm rr. li Alabama Club ]M,: R.h! R.h! A-U-A-B-A-M-A. RAH I " Alituii B ftJ. " Col ou . Cnmboii and u itf. Omsk, " AliMau Brtwini Cu f tm y Bni. " Motto. " lien wi inL IJiibi prop —, " " IlklfMlf. Aptoii ' rt fMJt.. fJnmJ C mjHiKi Armri, Jjnwi Alf wfl NflpWL Trunku AUn-rk MnriLim, l ' «B TtalM-JT. Aiimtni t 0 tmi akim. WiIIUdl CSrrft DJJtoih. John Hurki Cation. Annnlna, N kolu H r fnH», M« p™.y. tedium Tnd, MilUr. EWnft . H( y Ckwpj EMIk-j, KiunmJ k. I " :ci .Jfni ■■ l- ' rpniDl S« ■ rt rr ■ T n « «■ r Orrifin . Fjlnunft Cwp« Ariwi ! l Georgia Club Vtlu OfTICU , r ' mkfenf Dinkim Vii: - E ' r«-t»dfl!t Ottawa .... 5«i liry Utlktptt DiftlJU, R(H,I. M MtUlFM. HibmwL Wnlttr, »5 Louisiana Club H-llH-. l :d 1 Whitfd Vkt-Vmidnt MtGrothrin S-i-iii ' L ■ -ittin Roll or Memieu. m 1 Jr r {.inlfm. Hiajh . ] Enlrr. OwnirJ. M ' hii«i. McConiw [-: t " hrriL-( i, Prnidrnl { r w(nr-d Sf ri-rljrv Tifmirw Bulks, Roll or Mlmblhv kii linJ. 1 ' •■ ' !■ : : Chattanooga Club South Carolina Club X m G rk. C L. Ftaotut C l.itfTr, Cl.rk. C. I_, Matte- CMi«»p M«i. " L l| I i: I ■ - Of ftm.l. GF MlMII 5. PVMMlrnl Vtfe- r widen t Srcrrlil} ' TiHwrci |- ' go«llif. Ii H.. J- Howcll. M—.™, M 1 . J., (Lurrrv b n Bull C.urrp. rkjirjim. . l - ' ;ri : |rn: Vnr-Pini-Jrn! TittHirM 1 Roll m Menplri. Sta—j, Saaikn, HlX nJ. Sjjulmjil 1 «■!, SWMHl I-!,--, ,,,,!,,. :■ l rp CLarrr atmf ll ThUC Q CCI DrnretH Chi 1(4 T ENNESSEE C LUB. jcnnfrd l . k-i Funis) DH.„ Bilbao Cb u H Ihrrc Ckik. C. I. Ehm F. L Chi pfii • Ij-jiJrr [if EW hUmi Qu TITTI H ng fcm Fjiirclt H.nl.i., B -.i- ' DoU.1. F«d (.Ll Ki ■ »«.: " C d MrJ l. I LJLim Toll 7 Mi ■ i , WiU T FlLlll HiW c. II. II. -r T r nn B «dcn .... F rd Sir,:lf ::-mhr.u-,n J ( ri [hi «1 Witnn Cuvi Dfe n; tuinlpy T«JJr. ClU H«nt; " United w iM; dhitfed wt lUhd! " M«L) OFFICERS AND MEHBF.RS. PitMlevI ..„ Jd» WiIkhi Vrtt-Pittaiitfll __ ftrc aruiDg Srctciuj f t ' nrrr ipr Hin Sc rrljrY Avdiior . Cli ' Lih laie-imfllliHl Jnirqjprbr Clii+F K nrlv I »i»i 1 Irnry C«wi Chicl Famau Charlie Ch (Kn«ft Ruillci P.ul BawJc Mrd.ciBT M» R»)f " ' lIlT rr R»DfT ,.K rf Rm«h , „ Sheriff .CLiwit Harnti Sly Pile .Dntd GrK|i S4nltn»( Divf R,u Slnpi , Cn.Br :■■■ Th Min «-lPy S(rtwi y rf- Mill • irry ifn[. rUnl jmd livf n-iimiiic nF Ik Throliiml DriHirbrni. TTw i-nihuiiBkc BoMicintrir ml d Mr, DuRn h i t " " IjiLtIjt nnuwiulilr fnr ■ ir- iwiLrmna o-I t m-ut cf iU r KrWilub h( F " H)Jilr " , ™ " Srwuvf, ' 114 rwnf kjliflb -al Irv nftpiirlumLj Uh Ornircn Em fur w scE UMd l| " " - l» %d+«n» «» ifcr «m1 i» i h if ii to b ipm ibe Mi«™» «lrnr™ fnm nabi- lio 1l of ■V ' l ' k ' viLil Hudc«tt ih IhwktVM- IhiMlthft FWfi ' t iprr J rnrr ihJ [ijiAiIh wkifk ii uwiily 4 F«pr d wi il fk gi ' tJuiiija. Th MLumu m-pih! by mrabtn n| Ik MillifllT S«HlT kMI fc |nri n.u, ll 5b«w0iJ; Si, Afntt. Ccti.Ei ; Si. A r ' . CuJinuU . .Ifruiun itf Our 5d l ' 6UT. Juap Oft. AlbJK L. ' .Ji ' rJr|j, Rmrk ■ Coir; Lwn dc-it Win lock. Fnki ' i FJIi ihj Thumping Dkk ■ Ofrp t vfcd»v S LmI ; jnd ihr ro-kiid Miuioni jl 9«ttl 5t PanJ ' i " a l W ndWilain. The- O, hi, C, Ihp tik(« (.lure A tSitifcf Cr«k. Arlirr ikp h»[ bwn ItLrn irccMlr i rcjind l» JMCrtBi BrthOflP, The JL to Ihr (nrptfn nrlrl U yr m pal fomrfjly brF-nr Ihc Miwcllu S Hiitf Aid clorlp B dt ■» wH«f4 i phi» Ipwb i t 5 minf ry i» in? Ionian avid. Amht Tun Eaitu Team, John M™c Wibr Prttrikal .C J, Arnibi ifr H. n. Bull Vrtr ' Ptridrtt J. M- oa r TirMurn A. }. Gi}nur Qahki t J. Arifihrwifr S mEi D. R. Oiinunn U |, C.ll.jh, .. I l.i.l C • :i .lnr A- R. Pumhtpy 1 i| Six Footers Club Chiht Offkim, Pt±Mtwt Htywud P.rLir Vnr F 3 i«wk«. Bre . Elr.llj. Ml ' ilkr. Roll fl» Mruim, M .inn. ' [ . Bmw-11. NtImjA, J-, . I ' • - i ; (hiflr-r Wu4 W.ILrr, P.nlil . Lrigk SpwtBU, 103 The Three Captains |,r.ii i ; ! r ., I ,.,,.1. .11. Mini £« . BiFfWt, A| , 5 |hrtll Rift Lri[h. QuLrl Ball 104 7 ] I hi i vw vr 1912 I.c-ii D. S»iili. Mp U, TuSit, Quirhib :! (ill 5 nfcrr ) H-imp G, f«p . Uttd Cvtcfc Iff! J. J. Cillfipir, Righl hl.lh. A, K, - l . L+fi I lilf, ft I ' uVr. P«l! B+rls, urt yP 0tr A, P. M-ih-otJ. Ri E hl CunJ. R. N. M ((. " llu«, U-N Clrd. J. N Stan+y. Cenwr. Jiitf 11. L t mk Uh TuLk. % ' . L. M E Ctinil»n. |j-fl RmJ. C U. «■ " «. fl,|fi« T K lb. 1M T. A.. Morin-w, Sub-l fM . F. L Hum, Sub-Crnlrr W. C ] IjmrTHi-t-d. 5ijb.ijunwi. Ill Football Schedules 1912. Sewame vi. Morgan al Sew an « Scwjoee vi. I ' lorcncc Normal at Scuartec Sewjnee vi. Jwmr. ol Challanocga. al S war»te Scw b« vi, Ujiiv. el " Tertntuec m GuttPiM»Ba Stwanw vi. Unpv. of Gkup . b.1 Alhfiit S« ik vk Ga. T«eh h al Atlanta. ScWaiWC vi, Ujiiv. of Alabama, al Dirmmaltam Scwan s, VanJrrbill, at Nnhville HO 101-0 27-Q 53G 13-13 7-0 6-6 0 16 Sepi, Oct. Oet. n,.. Oct. Nov. No . No . 21 4 II IS I 6 N™. 27 Stwarwt n. r«.i.-irr 1-. StWlIK V|, Sewartee tft, Sevh ' inee vs. Sewaiwe vi. Sewanee vi. 1913. . Wflini (ot S. M. A.) Ulliv, of Chv(l4IKM Ka S. P. u. Ttnittl t UnirerMLy of [ eiji Georgia I crh Alabama CenlTil of Kenlufiy ' VuiaVifcilr at StwiJitt 41 5 -ivanrt al Srwanm j. I t h ill anootfa at Dallas al Atlanli t Birmingham al Stwaitw at Natlivillc II? DA3EBALL TLAM OF I?I2. T op Rowr Kairlil, M r.; ILalham, Coirh; E wji _ Sc-tfur. MniHIi HrtK : Fjrrnh, JnntLh, CierLfll, M rGomJwin. BotftM R w; .AiroNruiwr, J- fc rl. C.iIIphi. Pfcrk r, Hour !!, Gotd n. Baseball Schedule 1913 Mt.Tr 2$ S w iKt n. M.» . 26 Stw rw -. Mir. 31 St-want ■■ ■-. Apr. 4 Sewenee i . Apr. ( ) Scwanee 1- V Apr. 10 Sewanee 1 1. Apr. 1 5 Sewartee ■■ ■■. Apr. 1 6 BeWAFHC ' . ■■. Apr. 1 8 Sewane ■. . Apr. 25 -Sewane V . Apr. 26 5 w rK n. Apr. 2-B Seivanw Apr. 2 Sewanee p . ■- Apr. 30 .Sewanee ■. -f. May 1 .Sewanw ¥ , M-... 2 Sewajiee . Mw 3 .Sewanre Vh M y 9 ScwiMa H M y (0 Sc¥ -bjiM n M y 16 Sewajiee ■■- M y 1 7 Sewanee ' ■- Mi. 23 ScwariBe V J. i " . 24 Sewance " . ' . Uhiv. f CKllLarraoga W, L ' iiiv, of Ckallajioogai S. M. A. F Ilf garaLd and CiarL University dI Mwlikgan, University of Mlcriifjin Eleventh Cavalry Eleventh. Cnntry .Vlidfllt Ttfin. Normal Urik. of T-rnn a« . Univ. ftf Ttnimiee Mercer Mercer Univ, of Florida j. I Sewinee al Sew we (D,-H.) at Stwiftee U Swartf ai St HItM Jt Sewanet al Sevranee al Sewanee Collage al ijewanee .Ll Kruxville at KiHMville. (D-H-) it Macon al Macon j. I Clauieiville Urilv, e{ Florida GtOFtU Teth. Cc jrKM Tech. VI. t vrntKrUnd L-rmeraly {. umbeTland Univ. s. W. p. u. w. P. u. Varidarbill Vandeil t|| al I CinMiilk (D.-H,) «t AllinU at Atlanta . at S wanrt +1 Stvttnet (D.-H.J . al Sewanee Hi StWBWHX (D..H.J t NajJwill ftanlative) Nashville (tenlaljvf} 1H B.lillALL ijUAD or 1913 A$K re mis Buxlt Ball Tr.iu |Q| S Top Row: 1ft ' .™.; P Ir Ur: Anjfnu, Gwh, j j k Ap ; Am-rp, Leigh, Cip,: Tolky. Mir. Basket Ball Team of 12- ' I 3 m Anderson CaacJi R. L. T-olley Minn-gcr R.Bntfcl|4i Lsifh ..._ _ .Ctptiini m SCORFA Sewarw Vt, Wirwheiter Atklcllc Club . 42-15 Seuranee vi. Vartdrrhtll ... 16-35 Scwmcc vi. Union Unwrcity 35- 5 w nct t. MffniJiw Y. M. C. A. 17-17 Stance ■ M imp3 h Y. M, C. A, (play o9) .. 17-21 I IB The Athletic Board of Control LU Waller Hullilwii AilikLir DiiKlor I cUair Hodgson W. B. Xauli A. P. M KwG©d S. C SuLcliSr A RKVIKW OF .SKWANKE FOOTBALL: Sew-miee ii. Sewjnee vt. Sewmriee vl ScWBJlW Vl. ■Sewanee vj-. Sewanee vl Snvainee ti. Stwane h S V nf VJ, .-... I i|rr ir. S Vftn ft. S w-Bu r VI. bew-nnee vl Sewanee vl Vandeibill VirgiBii W .h- L« Umv. of Tc ti. Univ. qF Georgia C orgiii T«h Tvl ilK LW, «f AUbamn. Auburn Univ. of R C. I «a.i U. d Nufoili Ctimheilarud Univ, L 5. U __ PJ.yed. Wm, Ticd- 24 2 i I i I I lit 9 II 7 i 9 7 I 9 7 I (0 7 I i I 2 3 6 ft 7 7 J Lad. 16 1 I 3 2 2 2 2 o Stvr-inM W Srwajne ¥ , 5iwinH ts. S«vifi« ¥ , Jiemanre vs. Sewanee vi. Sew a nee vl Sewanee vj, 5 w»n« vf, StWHKt ¥ , SfwnnH J, J emamrt vs. T«hd Mn i: ippi CeiiEr.il oi Kv . a w. p u. Ttss.7 A. Is M. Vj ' a : hi ' r tDti L ' niv. Bethel College Clermort Mi M . A. M knu-.n Lj l .1 r S . Loult LJniv, PiuirtlGri U. of. Ch a 114 mega 5 J 4 2 2 I 12 i 2 i I 2 I I I I II n z U i) ■:i ii ii i if lr I ■:i n Ifl t i J fj (J II fouew B triex C5 ? -■ Prohibition Club m Mfliifn ]n diGru ) ' " N v« Aff in " Best color: The Rainbow. F ' avnsile Sang: " Wh n Cood h ' illwi On Tidier. " ROLL. OF MKMBKKS. Bilbre, BilNinfhim. FWden, C. Cobb, Capers CoU», EJ., Cobbi. N. CharT . FokL FruUi- M ruoii. W. J., Rmer. Palmer, Sleeper, WhiLfd, BflglttliOFk GntiR. CiuenafH, Howell. McGoodwLn. Sarukri. 5fMtrkm n. Ste wi. Tfimlirmni IV«lHD r t. r Wilswi. Wt tl«rly, Toll ?. V Alpha T u Omega Alpha Tau Omega TENNESSEE OMEGA CHAPTER. FourdfJ 1879 Is- Ka-cl-ltatf. Rl. Rev. ITHinai Kiant G»ilffl S, T. D, Ruhap of I tnncswc And Chancellor oT Lhe Lniherjitjr Rev. Williim Lloj-d Rc n. M. A.. Ph.D. Rev. William H kdl 1 uB M . M.A. William Boon NauCj. M. A. Ma.j. William Henry Mackcllaj, M.A. In UH8E FYeitWl S, Brook] Sr. B. M. Brwkh Prttfon S, Brook Jr. In Officdo Robert Lionel CoJnrort Rev. Arthur Ramcyn Gray In Theologia Henry Dc»Sau»Unc Bull ■ ' ilLiam [5uE3w EJraHon IN ACADFJMA Carl Otto Spvknu WilkiAJTi MeKenzk Reynold KrnUrt New Ion Wird Paul [ jnca:lrr Lrtvin George Oumari Will 1,1 m Biuch Hinrnan Jfx MiKley Sspii. Jr- JoJin M nui Ailwn its Ten Rpv: V. B. Himiltafc. EhntUfl. CimrrJ- TlHMjUIE OlIL Jt. CF 5k.Ua rVl Hj, fcfwugh P rl r. MrClu«: fiefm. 5ch.fr, II. C=btm, W. W.lkrr. Minh.ll. C«Vi. MiJdlt Rn: Biiimrll. Ck.tf rilMllll. I ' fihiH. DmLmi, Vrilhrrlj. HhjIClHti Row: Mujur.n, hVUwr. FivlknM. CtlH ' fGld Xn in pirtirr; VkftTwiKtllfla Mill, tluhki. □■ Pi mil! J , I limilrun. V. K, Mtwruob, PWf lop. hy -Smiiv Gill . f3 (sVo. A Ma J 11 wit w 5kha Alpha Luii.dk Karr SKMa Kappa Sigma Fraternity ES Founded IS69, OMLGA CH AFT Kit. 1861 In picture from lefl la ri-gkl : Top: R. R. Sleeps, F. F. Hudlini, F, T. Beefed. C. U. M sr?. N, B, MfOW, D, B, Ciiffim- R. N. M«C ll«m. D. W. Bod . W. P. C fh rt, F. W. CUikt. P. T. B vly. A. P. Foid F. L Wrturt W. A. Joniiird. R. C. WJliM. C. J. AimlmnLrr, Mr. John Ware, Faculty Adviwr. G. L. Murdoch. Not in picture; Dr. A. L. Le»r. Alwroni AcKiref t J, 1 M«k, Jr., N. V. Oflwt L " . .f. Aimbriukf C. H. Braun F. V. Hug C. J. AmstariulEr W. A. JonirumJ N, B, McClaud 1910 I L W. A. JDimard K. N. SlajBieri W- L- Stagger I : J I ' 12 R, N r M cCillum. G. L, M r-tlw«: R. X. StiEotn H. A. Talis fern R. D- U ' nlfdl J. H Mullm R. C. WtlVtt is: Phi Dxl¥jl T» T Tennessee Beta of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity m E bfefcd 1883. CHAPTER MEMBERSHIP FKATRFJ; [N OFFFICIO Telfair Hodgttin, M. A. H=nry MuLley Cm. R. A. IN TIIEOLOOIA John GtMi Carlelan Go Id!:- lane E-jowden R.wWph Howell C°h,b L« i r Chide Ctv iwi»i J«tiph Gudiincr Ea iUm Jt-ttie GnJ - Finning JJI AjCAVEMIA, Jamc? Hort itt Gttiuid " Flint Ejufsw Hawaii Wal] r Lee McClanalnti Hoberi Lea. McGcodWin Jimej Algerixia NfIwq Jrjkn Jacob CiillespM Mutiny Bell Davij- D n Harold Rir t LH Uwtrtiqri i.-:. A - — P w ■ H ■ » 11 II toJ-. ■pv i f T ■ . v ■ f-- •i r f I ■ ■■© , f • s ' ■ ft r - -w : ■ H . _, ■p i BETA ThiETA CHAPTER DELTA TAU DELTA T«v Row? KinMm. B lly. Urn, Mjdill. Third «■: ■; Sumht. Mtddlfton. Smiik Aim™, Tmik. Kitby, Suklifo H« d Ku» H ' Mh-i. W.IU ' .r. Dubbihi. GrK-y. FtucHl. CUrL ] LimnHhi. ISuIChti Rufc : l(u f Hry. 13 win. Ndwrfl. GmiIm . L»»-»»r Mrntrr. mj - pwhjl» r Hun. JMfem St, »P. FU . A. H. XnIL kw Li txiii ' iyii iviiMiiEHi imniTiMiiiiv hmeok; i C ' I eiiffiiuiiiiiiBEEiiasjiiiiii i riflLLiiiturasiUsa LimsmiiMi HiikMffilffiJ l! li m BiiTtf 031 M il iff £ I ilil I Q S L-Ti i J3L EiaiiT MftBiMEGDffli V4 S EO£OZ«Ko:s®£oZ0£OZOziH ALPHA ALPHA tHAFTF R ' A ALPHA Tup Ettrtri CLrmhin-. Tollry. Ctpcri, I IpW-rll. MiJ Tud. Aftii . Sudtrt. Mtlinft MniJtr How: Swr-rni. CmJc , Leigh. D.llufi. Tirfnlil (Uhi™ Rmv: Bilbao, Williurn, B imiahim. WhifcJ. Hiyw rd. S hlfn K " " , AlfHK (hikiik liuLVL ACTIVE William BwimII H H M.A. M.D. Walter Hullihen M.A. PkD. Colin JvWKwitK MhIuII B,A, B-5. Telfair HwdfcMwi M. A. UuVal C. CrtWiit Sun Smcliff? B.A. IxJfrtWid Campion Arme John Hurttr Gordon CarleKwi G W iorK B wde-i William Smilh Slmftf Jf, Robert TTczcv«nt Tnule Henry Mn.rk.le? Ci( . B. A. JasepH iSlchcUi Uallrjn 1 xwn Doyle iSmirli Henry CJwi Smith H.A. John Ciu l " 1 Sewanee Publications EG j. M. McHiyde. Ph.D. Editor THfc PATHFINDER FOfBEMC QUARTERLY CAP AND tOWN Randolph Lefegh Elixir C. C Ctafft Mamfw FORE.N5IC QUARTEKLT R ncWph I iigl - Eilitar Robl. N. McCillwii Mhi b " SEWANEE REVEILLE ($. M A,) i.; PURPLE FDITORIALSTAFF E. C Ah A, C. Simkn M. Mtaikmi Editor in Chirf Aran: i ale l-jdilor AlWetic KjJilw Alumni I ' .ilih.r BUSINESS MaNACEML.YI R. N. McCsliiMTi Ryiiiif M«nt£tT W., A, Jofimid Ankiint Bu irww Minima Ruin. N. Ward CiKlJilidm Manager (ItoigE Oilman A»ii3»ril Llliwn Cnpen, Jr. F. W. Cfafet W. B. Hinmin REPORT]- ;; A, J, D til» D. R. Otlmann H, C. Wooda.ll, 3l M. A i::a Thi 5f» Mt Pt PLi St .STAFF Rmdaliih Ijtigb. K. A. Edinw-in-ChieJ K luiiKii .VI ina.-g.eT ASSOCIATE LDETORS George HtuiweII Beranrt[ f XAE Carlclori G. Howden, -l-.il 1 j-wrerue Wm, Fwctitt iTi JcJui Huiler Garden, K.l WiIIi.tlu. H. HmciMn. ■■ I ' J Wm. Aim son Jonnard, K.1 ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS FJgar ] . JarnJ Riy P+tnwr. iAK i;h Or lvd Caws Stjui ' Neath the Shadow of Breslin Fram Hoffman aciwi the way were shed many I ■ kEi [ ]-. in way suggcslin-g; poker (line! and many other iiHcrr-liiiu; iliinn " - in kr vi y of libtial rdueatienf. But in Trernletli in the Urn Front room, wtr« (wo of thwc htrw hypocrne krwiwn about ilif place- n Ecruon it least ihey were hoeing Tor the final reckoning when ikir lull ad all " jacks,, automobiles and Dllur " lightning conductors Dq a. colb-Bt education is Liken, They v.iit both lliOse litihhy IpKtntfii that «VB four ye r of Hoffman Ha h does noi emaciate, Al follower of Sewanee: football or society would undourjledly be able to tell you, the oik wer lliet in the mm it JtKn Hani , Cap- lain oT Ic4rib3.ll, quaver-back, president ol derman clurbs. jelly ' bean. c., fcc: but never before litis year known about Llur ulatc a, 4 1udc- If you nit v -ith Lhtt proirssor. undoubtedly be -will jjoint out the other ■11 11 In " ). " Mi. I i.in-,rlwerlh Gray,, who ha . |iai ed all liti da e« with big he I tnaiL and take hii demise in. I hi hi ihird year. " " ' I be oilier, lvhy ye:-, lliat s Harris-. He s been here ' rive 1 pears ana ir4f?e} (or me if net klndfic-arttd and let linn d irou K.h in June. " lite chimes of Old Breslin boOmcd out llw hour ol one, arid (ht time tur ionfi-deiKC -■ l»d«efn rwm-ir -ir- -it hind: ' " J ck L I ' m cMi iwfd th»t ihou-ghii of the fernn»e« don ' t hool ur worth a damn wiih i his mjihr " laid day, ever volume of BarrWi theory ol fcjq nations. " I ' m in ih hell oT a hole — gtri a Jane craning up lo see me gradual and not being a dancing mm Til have lo impose on seme of my liiends : at least so ihey will say unlil lliey sec her and ■.hcH — O MelL (he ' s only a. -Country km I : bus. " pep! " she ' d make a chilli CM eallK look like — bul ] ' • heard cf I IiC-mt penile who- lalk up llieir «lly peMC HM be-fore inip«tlon, and flti r-dj air Unable- hi- regain iheir lent friends. So yon can w»i( and give mt the. -opinion of the only original jellybean when vou have used your own eyei. For ih present what dates have you open for ihe sate of a friend in dire- fn?«l " ' ' Sorry, old mars, but I ' ve Lad the German acid Hop engaged unit La lrr: l m fti c me llul ti- ■■: -ifn-i! I tt4tf lielore and say other aftcriKKMi d-ilo vtiu dun I tvand " Monday aiternoon " All nVit r lhanb, " After »HW mirujtes ofciipted in iatina oFE one slic and H-bidin.it .. « .1 1 1 , " Tram, I iilit lialr lo kave tllV |J cl itV b«Oflne tW.fr of n. home ihan I thought — bul gosh I l " ve got to fto; IVd Ijrfn here five yean r.nd ih s is my las ' chance Id make good Willi llie buc-». Imagine ytJUl Isll el -|: ' li knls-3proiil-ostri4 , K |)9un " jes sLrullin-g inlo some office each morn ' ns and work inn hke a real man — O. my soul, ihink It overt Bui, laying ih t ttkd lilK- of |a|]c aikle and latirig somdhiBB rnfl 3 pleaianl. I ' ve prt a uuii m tollatrra,! French to-morrew,. end j u 1 i»w I ' m your for lli= jliaw. The paint on the -ihiiiflle - of Int mull jellow latioit labdlod " Sewn nee " " wai sjmnbermg in ihe noanLide heat. I he Hy persecule j hark-iteeds and la ily-whitllinj men seemed an inrontstenl background for ihe impoJieni young man peripiring up and duivn the platlorm on tccounl ol the (arduitw ol the Mt oVIock train. Mr. John Ha rut rniilttrrd icttDcica li c hkh hatdly Icntkd 1o cool tlit jUrnosphrrt, h- - ini h their objHl the wort-d in fieneral, hut in paeluc 11W. oUiaittofii to roon-rattn n-rncJi n oV nece uiTy the mi inB of even a Hoffman dinner. Hhwih indeed a heavy burden; the fare of unQther bub ' i gi.rl. Cray H-at out of il entirely; he hnd 1x ji failed home l v an invalid falher, and wot uncertain as 1o whether he v,ciuld get bark al all lsefore Commencement Day. Hut Miss Incr Rolxrts muit come and have a good lime, because I ram might a Tier all get back lor ike- Feit and I km she ii ' ould nol Imivc been disappoinEect — a slate of mind which seemed from Cray s seiious-ntss- to furebode seikHis consequences to lite ollender. U.i At last even a mountain train al Commencftmftnl mar is ft (o pull Up ihe }lk|] -. ' LiIilmjI mine than ihe ordinary oTAfustlicin ; and ihix one rioted m cv eplKwi. tli.i» inn in amid murmur of fw r|-f«li sigh from the weary watchers. That w ft eoafuHti of lnn-knwiiV tall and elfusLve greeting From alumni long: Kpft.ra.lcd from, tlicir Alma Mater i and tkina had begun to quiet down, when Hams jaw ihe girl u the pi.li.Ji-t IMS G»ay ' bureau corn nul f u ike rear platform and, with what seemed a y(Junn hunk in liei li-nids. sjut lie|p|e dy OT« the busy throng. He ruslud up immediately, " ' ] am I ramelworlh Cjiay ruum-matc. Hams, ma I LI explain why he " i PKri here at soon a.1 you release that suit case and gel in a haeSf ' She smiled her rdkf, " Well, a you k c tvfrvMiiiiH -n «ell in hand I suppose ibere is no need of my idling you who t am. rU ' l ] Ami cly sdad (Q HIOH nne whom I have heard Tram LaLk id much about — even in inch a hurry, " " Whew J " mused Harm at d e slepped gracefully into Htm i wailing: conveyance, " phe ' s HUH els ) 1 lane! Th« d+mn G«ay will Haw some thing la straighten ojl when lift conK bbcL EB-Ut I rJw y -did admire him. as a Toom-male. lust now, liuwcvu. Id better ihhiV ol what kiiid of an eiruse- I ' ll give far hi , absence — sh| is tsot lo Inow Hit old man ' i ick because she II uol en toy the frolic. Turning la lici = " Tram wai railed away on nmc important Imrsines-s Connc lcd W ' ili a job he e pect.s IS land f-ta ike Himrntr, and he- -ivJI be back any day doty. Bui lean back nd doft ' l look at my of these lwuses eaceit ihe little church on lh hilL or you will Bel a perverted idea, of the place iF yau lake in ill? town before you «e ihe Realm, of ihe Go-wn. " She leaned WL obediently, but ncemftd clianjjcd after llic krwwledfir thai Cray was not in ihe place. She amused licr clF by wakhing llif lung line of u ck i arid wondering who wan dine I ins ihe funeral parade. Her lfuitlne (are rtifTJ B. ffreal chance la tell af the place and its ro- mances,, (vliieh m(jllni1icd in marviel and inf«HS(i l ficy under hin enlkui- iailic natralion. Her ttiv imiaiU had for ikeir llwra ihev doing] and excellencies, of one ' ] ' . Cray. Harrii liad newer hefote befirud ed Gray anything, but new.- even lhr e few carnplirncitH btttt lo be di - tAtlcful 10 llirrp aed he menially Vicked himself for bcin$ a conlcmi iljlt . ,.d. Bftfoie ihey arrlvied at Van Nets. Jack Harris, had made dates lor her to lead the CZcrrumen cement German, and to gjve him Ufli ivi - des-irahle datei as he had 4H71 been able to get rid ol amflnft hi friend - He mi $;lad l»w lh« I Ins jiailncr had been unable to come from Nath- villc and that Gray had kad to five over all his, dale . A ller lie had golten her salely installed as one oF Miss Johnme s prolcges, be- vrent to Tremlell and ta1 lofig l-brL uif; ove the dsfficuhy oF letlinf a maiden ' ch T f.leT frrxn her photw«r«pli. r Ic wa ailmeU ready l tear up the llnni . but he ih-nnerd hi mind just be lore the leatihf and a1 long ga insj at it before be got up and placed it in what now seemed its pjoper place — over his oun bureau. He wa sorry lo make the decision which meant treachery lo hit friend ' » intereMk hut he Tciolved ihat from now on hip one- aim would be to MipplaDl: the man v. Ho h»d all the edfle with a longer leouaintaiKt a nd yet look the «unt wilh smh iiidifftrftnee Mi to fairEy make JaA ' s blood boil. Straniie to say, it did not seem lo aieel Ins ability lo iludy, and he ihrew himselF inla preparation wilk unkeard-uF real unhl four i ' clock, when he started primping a he had never primped before. rHat he miflll ' r»ke her «ut a1 five, F hu the greal week started, and continued. When he was not wilh Mi Robert , a he lill railed Her, He wa hoping trs pa f nali. hill I no word from Gray — tul ihn Harris did nol wxirry alnut cx- refri m so far as it forhoded ihe early arrival of hn once Itived room. ■uau, who would in lh»1 caie wmt hark some of hii d?,1f . It wa b1 laM Sund y nigHl. snd Harri h d fini Jied with tome mfiruin all but one of his nam . I Ic went over Lo Van Nt s and f»i for some minules Lalkmg lo Mis. Kobeii ' s, bul lbere were loo many olhftl crumbs around lor any lete-ft-leles. So, in an ill humor with ike world at love, he took himself off lo get in training for climbing hii las-l hill ike; perl imviriiji . This wai presented lo h« hmorous, -ittion k-y a pile of Lalm b oki,i hut o cr thi? pile he uw g. iheep-skin. harrgine. though still st far a a.y that ihe only -words he could make out were " John l. riim=r Harris, tjaccaladu] AftnU. " Bun even llioc rcnL a. lluill lo hu heart, and he felt that never before Had be wanted a degree so miwH- Alld 0 iHe midnighl oil was burned and some daylight used, and Harris climbed thai hill and plunged wilh headlong gaiety into ihe fei- i n I ml res of Commencement Week — thai n, unlil [ hursday morning. w-li fi he gol .1 telegram from Gray which read: " Father better. M«! me tomorrow si one. ri twdL Trim. " Thi brief irwaw pufl him again en the r k lor hit- tr - chc»y. but there tvti kept coming o er hi i mind thai a-ncicnt adaijc about knives in the head are not biiflrei. in the dirk, etc., and he hoped thai ] ram would see. I ha1 ntght Forensac war a-Huller with Tans and petticoat , ana. the flfcheirra. had jiwl begun I pt y a Jack ame in villi lr,r i on his «rm. In h» pride he imagined. 1h«t all Hopped their chatter to witch him LruL TlrYCvrrcemedly acres} the flour. SwJn the in and liumli floated in from ihr orchestra, and from I Turn on lack lured in a drr-am-v O-nd. imagining lhat he was leading an unending figure with Inez, in whkli the other coupler were mere puppeli playing r» essential part, rlul all pleasant dream have, juft a mrrLlial cLrcurnitance . Big Rens and Plrnr ntalte of a.krm clockf.. and Hon the tr irw of lh 1 mo ! finwi and -ir-: ;w |n! r .,|; Sewatttt Kmtf Wi1 u.ill -i i:;h-ii ihe frtOl llilrg hrvT.be; and all wcnl, ai [lie cmlom r- at Oommmcemenl. to watch llir Hin rise at one dI I lie nearest views, ll so chanced. Lhat lack and Mis Rrslierlt betook themselves alcng ihe rood to .Morgan ' s. Steep with lli: .ivo ed irslention of taking, their olwenalion of llie solar ascenssnri from Ijftutr ' i Leap, which. I«k pr nn«d her. w« not h rd to re+xh even in cicning Irlins. and dancing slippers. After many furtii holding! flf hand and feminine ihrkU of fright, the flo l wai pfjtchcd .nil the .V settled lhenfi rhn to w«it Oh ilme wm " Ptiochut " (in 4ri«. " rf-ut who tan mearwre a fore- time ihe web- viliih those lhrer uncci 1-niri old ladies wil I nmt. and wh ' » can lelL wheLher a maid, (hough lpr?h liom ihe country, does not knosv thai vratch ' n sun-rise? from viewi and leMin-? youn-j men ha!d theii lnnd through perilous passes, at five A. M- will amuse ill «l »tinn ol IWHIH whs find tfiemielve mtifh in t ve wilh d lunpeiej «xiuk-Hc ? So Id be hnef, the outcome of lh % hi lie escapade un lhat Mf- JoJui LorrinieT Harris, erilH ' hiCe possessor of a supposedly unhreakahle hurl, forgot for a time llmt ht uld han to eortleu to a Mr. Truiel- worth Gray and save Iree rein to hit emotion in lakin-g M M R-oberl into his- confidence as, ihe other perion fekmI nearly OTflcerntd. and lhal; yfliBia lady, also finroetting (here vn ever iueh • peran as Mr. T. Gray. ar d lh t J-nelc H rri( ■ lilt onlv man she had ever met. J miiicdisilrly ihe sun and all lis dominions lvenr foiKollen, IH Vhhni ihey realised lhat (here vias still such a ihinj as lime, the day was far spenl. and ihEy took the road |o hreakjf ' M. agreeing lh H they -WTOkild meet at twelif-ihirty to fp to fntel Trua and id I him, «■ Wm Ro heri f id ihe ItOt-ul -ichl-l. Of (hi lack was somnvhil duhiours but he ne er- llirlesi agrnd lo come lor her. And as he strode along alone he ihotipHht uhal headless rrealuiei arc women and ihen: ' ' ' Well, she ' ] worlh il. TranTs a g(Hid felt MV. hul he ' only lfi»n El r ll r " It wit «gain the iiizlinfj Iritlc ' I (khi with ihe vrhittlmit men ud thrl riUBptnfl li tk-st«ds-. hul in she fartfcf nnd strolled a coilftte insltad • l a single man — ihough part of il was the same young man, looking even more uncom Tollable ill -in ihe lime l: lore ; and his companion se med jusl as unconcerned as. he was wanried. Vet once more ihe train came arnund the rurte and drew |o a slanditjll. Tr m Was, ihe fifH sn n to alijfil, and Mws Robert , fan up and kiwed him, alnWll before he even had Lime lo give his suitcase ■» Henry, JrcL almost fainlrJ. bill then went into a toviering rage — would hardlv Mieak lr f ram or even im uire Toe his falher n s health. I lam looked al hm quterly and left hm entirely oul of the conversation, whicli hv ir- Tied e« by Ike rd Tr»m urhsn topk and peiwni f whom .| ek kitew twlh a, vh ' le lh t youti m rt m hi» awiieh tried m ain lu- lake the rein ham Hcniy ' a marr capaiblc h ' nds, Thii silence on J.ifk ' s ,;u L led un1t| Tne h.uil ! li .,-. V.m Nr- . jnd I lien he «iuirrrwd. ftrr-w urxom (orttbk and 1ritd to vdiktle uncon- eeintdljr but failed miserably. At l»t llity were once mort enMMnced m the sanctum and lack hiid i-riiained his. accustomed seat, in which he nmr squirmed alresh, goL red in ihe face, and finally lurning Lo I ram: " We.|l, Tie done something thai so far ai ymj are fdncerjicd I rearei exceedingly, hut., a {or myteK. I thought until bw minuses asc that I was ike hapjwesl man in live world. [ aslied Mist. Robert! to marry me. and ?he consented, but alter her pcrforrbance down at the 1.|atBI1 I ' ll be damned H 1 khOW whil to ttfjetl. " " " G n(r l utaiwpt, old ht d. She- r d I have tJwayp been mighty dui frimeU, bul it had to be and I knot - of ttit other man that I can ctmtr.ralul.Bte with rrrtWe pleasure than yoilriclf. Yoii mt r she " ? my first iOj-:u. :u Grind s UJ Dr. WJI km bw«M ■ lilt mMit t -of tl it inkitHihE to nole kw Ihe nitHi ibr Pro(w»rV uF km Ben Cqvjww Room, del: Dt, Guwmt I ' iii li f " i ■ ■ rrparlrd lbi.1 ihr HdbdoauiaiJ Etoiud liu ■ pfKHnlrd Mr. 1 yre ud Mr. JO. 11 m. pniHrr d ihw in cp n lul.k r.phrtn LU to bfflW -tw tJofTnllory 4k iMu-itritii Wf Mrth iIk-bi ill ih iu«fw in Ih «H Dimr Huihi dtikly ifiiau ihiF Plni. Xtuli •» mn inhjinj fjw lumn flf ■ liljrL iJln-;- J li " i n L i ir la llir l-Lr nlrfti i sAre. Ml AnnFFUi rrr-r.ni ll.i- lU.r ls j |-j-Li.-r -I l,„.i j: i-.- sl.,l.,,r, !, • IX Bt- n »h " .h h+i becun to Ir k. Dr. Null uyi ih auiaei uf ihr pibm it Ticeoleii ■«■ miH.fi tupc-im u ihr Cm i In at Si. LukrY I hi- F»rultj ]air|uiJilrk: Tj-ien and K ' dl, Uk kji ueJ S |if fft, N|h)4f in J Tyk . Ikiilliwl— " L . be- to 1ri by bk. d I h hifn hL " SuIeLBV — " Ijrl incurr min puiir ihrr, iml mcA Imnr nvrn ■vtiilh. " PinMrT— " I ■- «n —A " [ir-iwriord — " J.iep ii h Irc aiui ■! a i HH " -icld l«lf, TA lkei V iri hrrt ' t piopbel. lrnr E tnMfhl; biih hk. " I Ijmiljon ' lnlikr mr tkA Eur mjr EOfnuSrEina. ' Ui||?r " I Ik- umplr br-hrhrlk -fi-rij w jd. " I Vinul — " A. lisdpi jfxJlrHun 1ff.mIi mjft Ihr ' F Jith " IiIit.fi — " (i«l I +™rvf mj jth-.i lt|n 4 Fwl hcid " rV ' WuJtl ' rlr — " vhnlH r»l lad pntvBK r jwt« Ik hc n. " M- JTI. 5 b " — " A " J Ihe wjy d9 J. m n l-1lh i KM, " i frrj — Li»J Iruiw r.icrf? i f-in nyf nxwh, ' C .ryii — " hi» mitt mor Mir m the™ Ihu ihy IwkT Uuicc — " tlM M Ihjr Iu4 m m W, kl lu ril linr w jnirv. " Brlllun Uliliht- I rn Kii-wihy ulj. JiulJ; r M| , Cuiiui hui ■ kjn jnd biagrjr JooL. Aitm — H hIj U-Oi-p-ik -mpWp fc- i i| p+kih. FhjBuliiP — Thii yatna « n ' » Iipmv 1 1 k I ■ 1 1 :■- luint Id iKovghii al love, ScHI — O ¥ I BM Iltll IMll. LU yt- ptihlil iKc WurlJ lu- nnr tr. ih-iJ r.itnin Ohpt Oil lhaM lhinni pr IncK -nrnr Irfl ' — t. SfMrkrnmai — Ht ' i dkrw u lug u IhriF ' i. jnyiKKf Ml in ihi Lv«lr. WikI — He w pwift Jf " . txri ihal woyflidw bevi euS npri $ Mn. -I tKlllilr VthiK ilk w d I IrrjucL-Jr tat li»lilnfu. D« " Hj — t ' rir f llnui Phi. H :+r. rpttitnly Lliu !■ Lit. If W re+ t« U Bfirt in, I leu dii.1 Ih- ii EisnLrd. nrr. Crmxj— ' i y urn n [Jd-J-JdJ J -J-d-J. J Aw, S™ lh. " Clirk. U «-h [ k ' U m. rhilJ, [ ip.U 4 cUJ_ hul sow I u ■ MAN— Shiu i — Wilh a brjil, 4nJ i Mih. l d a f rw kip hit h, Wluri HU IfH, iF feitm-hra hf lust:! hn quilV WnlUir- A nrJl-Biillfm book, but hv appcmdii. fc wJfS— A tihyl»J l.|ri. " ■]■ b unbcnHn; in .nlr,,..,T lu ■numr toUuu t F -ppCMh, " Shrldnm — T« liltlt hirnlht !■ ■ lUnprnm iking;. Lr nr fprll I [jtikbt, bul proKHjEKf |E LeH i. Tn DfE il i-.-hm.-iIt, pi| KVHuU like luuiinin. HuHMnd " Cku. ihd m-11 ihil ihov h»J. " Milhew Ifli-ZI. Tulllr — Walrr, walFr jl] ii,-h.,[i,J. rid hrt Jiop Id. drink. fjeuhufl — llewe lie ibuul in ih oar mfwv. I oIiIhbi — liul ■!■■ -hIki rj» r ' .ni wil|] 1 dktab lboli» J Mcr. Vrnice, MrdJIllun — Bur Ihil I F Jf. Bielhrcfl. ihll hrwrfi=-i?1i iknu- ihal h»i+ wlwi. mijj br mi llmuck ihfj Lid nitnr. I l cf. -£i Ann — 0 ? wbo«» ierj Irfy l ' l » ibt ( Ix-r. N ' lmn — A aplbV-VBrrFck h- bFriA. SuIlIiSW There lily be Inrn fjlTalci ihan 1. bul L db ma{ crlim iL lriij — ]■. unr Sjinnf, k — lr-, »lr le- Rukiry Wilh Imuw «f te r. tnd miea 14 wltc: I l» " . n»|i|f Fin v-irnr liruw lie . HmV- Yf di ll -. r, f» lk» VC ' inOWS .ml Ijl rlru. lijm-mi (. ' 4n diiaii " Hw i be like Bryttir - Aniwnr Rolh Ranhom. VANITY. TFve i e fceM haji in iFiwe 1 Hut »ie urpmi: The uWfFet-i iIfuukFiIi ie iFkfk ihu lit urmid Thr CKTdrnl -rhinin jrr ihuw ihhl mrr ubimnL I Fuf iuvrt il nvlnduri ilrfp wi In Lm drjil. Thfl Fl rt flnwert e lh™ lK»l h» » mrf Mn r irrl; The a ' Mpdrtl Fwwelk ill to» km luw Iowa: lirjulT ii Irulk an-! ' iu !1 , • ISnulT Jwhih-J. Wf Lif " ihu lil-r bul il ii Bc4 -Dnr -own. Ml Sewanee Military Academy From S. M. A. LL beg»nninit« «nnt H ihinth In embryo the gic«teit tilings wb small, Tlit acorn, tkt enilkt eed ev«i L idtimalely produce; large result;.. Just 10 is llir case with Unireriiiiej and E Nil pie I igrrj. Alio men, studenls and ether animal ' -. ] " he Sewanee Military Academy wn in ISfiS the ■Sswanec Gr mmii School. S,C S, wa m l t 3 tdcniiM-ai wiih, the Univcn ■ " fly And mi l f J the Mi " ■■ ■■ " ■■■■ ■- r " - i by juM fourteen SiudenLt. S.tS. MU then. SEWAMEE. Kor lorty yean i r more the Imtrc vihich ha.; ljeen shed in man;, ' places sad climes his came straight from S. G. S. Under the inspiration ol such men as old General G«rtAi. John W, Webtr und " Uncle Bflb. " what wonder k ii thai .Sr-.v.mrr K inrd u li high nd nobtc Krrak Of course in Htm when Varsity wan separated EiOm Cunmnwi School And the military halm ww taken over solely by the laltcr branch. SKWANKK had to be applied Id bolh. Bui S. M. A. claims [he heritage of S. G. H. and irainLs wilh pride tu- Irfr stoni. Ft .-AiinOl S, G. 5. alio claim I be the Alma Mater of those men ail whom the Unrrars-ily jo proudly boast ' s i her ions? Indeed, has. nol 5. CL 3. prior claim? ft " here Tot we jujlf ouixelves with pride- , yea, we muchly puff, ourselves! 5. M- A- lh n may he regarded a grealnei 10 ennhryo — " world : i. ii ii .iriini " ... f.-t:i,ii.i In olden days. S. G, S. lived in Magnolia I [nil and I ilk J LI) fal prornl Miss lin ley ' s and Mr. t " i irn t " 3 . Lull rum- £. M. A. in- habits the handsomest stone building on the Mountain. ] he " rou h- houses- " held in the olden day were ol necessity small And limited affair , hul ihe pretenl disturbances (as well a duty. v. alkiny on rainy day ). tPilse place in. larger r ine. Quinlanrl Hal! furntirnuriH rcJendid field for origin ] rforU b KoodJin cnuJiJion. h im Lite lrltlc rrnei Kuten, trying hi ' tU«- nin aitou -und sundry younuj ChaLtariOoKa. " ipttk aiiiriWiloium. " torn ihe baLllr- scarred, grizzled old I ijjcr who fiercely comes- Foruh. fmen hu Uir every I hijitjjivin-g la Eight hi jnnenl rival, tht sleek, well. fed, burly Com- nwrtore- Fideen Ruhr, for ihe Tiatr K«Hen! And. 1 1 hanc juiily 1.1-mil ih.ii -i l:-i H|LnM lor v,e l vt m cn nood account -ol ourwh . l 1 rrp-i.hnriiiK.in unr ycfli. and hot conlmdei ' s (he nfM. S. M. A. h» made a re|Hj[alion for lieiself in ihe prep-athletic hvorld. And her proueia will not vi ' arte, for Jack Screed in slill with her and " Hi Dun.- tans ' enter every year. The innovalwi two year hafk ut the h»pe fif a Military Hand ' till flMiiiilKt. Evtry Sunday raueom rlraint p «ttd to fill ihe- air llicrtiumn 404ut len l rtr-W. almust vrttb the «rliinly and (WMttt r f mujhtly " taps, " and proudly line march Iridh on to the pail -a Is of iht Unhieriily Chapel. Il is probably on Sunday lhat ihe- real importance ol !i. M. A. u lealL ' ed, for doer mil the entire Mountain have to wail on ihe Academy hef re enice can fommence? I liu llit inKiHiWiciK und re l importance of M. A. manife ' Ci i1«lf in a dozen ways. And We v «uld, ..I CdurHr, cilf the wefkdsi 4 [A grealnew ol ouf |aM-roorni. our prolewW ««r oHecrt — hul we refrain. SlwlilJ iiOt jjre l tlkiriKi. x CTLpnled of :i meal an amount ol greatim? in emlnyc? tJo not due clump Les of " Bif-li EJralton, JdhmK Ciass. Kan Lj!ifh. -Charlie 1 J i -s K-n C t , Henry Cortes, and the niEjhly Sumnei Gtieny fire us. with ihe ardor of self-sacrifire and noble endeavor? Our bertlage fnjm th - part — i J ruril a fllijwtrt-f; Ofrt? ChlF heritasjt of the pr tnl — » it not thrr1NrKA; Were w not the wii- nes-Srt of the Inailfiyralton and did »c nut byfdly withstand tin: wile rid miiiilol ahi-aClLon? o-t various rTKiabrrs. ol the ntm-HJilTraErelte parly in Wajlnnaton as. we Mood tioder arms in ihe depot. 1 Did we nol boldly, in ihe daring: person ol one of our number, climb upon Kelmom ' j, " Rubberneck: Wiflon " and lead lhem iiv « -chjwr fot Srwanev? Should wc- nol eqral GREAT ihirtcr from the " coming Yaftity " whote embiyonK- and protopli» nic t ins h « atlive ' I " here can be but unc answer, To ujuutc Mr, Tyson: " V ' erburn saL sapirnti! " lit i m. a. department Cj.t and Cows Staft Top row: Earn . Milriir? Liter : FciIVf, $mw Clw E+Hjr? Bui ™ row: Bldii.v; W«kM ' I, Eifcw fr HlM: CUiL Aihl it Bki , EdicH «f 5i itii +: Bildwjn, -Svwul Class of 1913 in MOTTO: If any one K» douflH (0 pw . Thtn smdw 1c an iht Senior ctut. RJ OFFICERS H. C WoedalL Piukkni H. C. Button Vice-PicMkni W. E, R-0W Secrriary and Tmiiurer KL Uihktwwjo HiMorian LIS I.mircll 14. Uikri. Dihon. C«. AUi Ph.. EM 1 13. C«p. Co. B Tntni CMt. rotril H. Duki t-.uliw, Al - ' BJt« " " C«ib r " " IWs Alpd. PlL Vnrrrrt Oiiun Out: B h M " lOL ' ll. ' 12. C .i.,6 ' 11; FomImII 12] Fit 1910; Cntjy, if). 2»J L-irul. dpi. C o» l Jimuiif iflli lh a jp- p i«» d AM. A . DiiKlcr. Rutad ' , Bti fj. •OuLf. " Glnlci. Midi. -Sl?m» phi Okji: GmIIII K jlf Carp.; Fj,I. 1912. CI.K. J.. Ljonrl E5»lly. Trnnii CM ; ftk C . : EiHv 1 1 1, l+t) HcniyC. Bafc 11™. A, fllm- 1 . Oso BuM, IIii.-.I.H (Hi n " r " il CjriHjn ClnL ; CliH-f Fiuniftrtrr ; 1911. Fjm. I ' uil W«lh. T(t Drill Tau Oukt . GciHh Cluli; C t ■ ■rd Cvtinn 5(1.1 l 3«u1 I.-iJi ' -h 1 PWww. C A; Km. Mil ClKEU. TtS. AU Ph.; Chimin Out: (hirl Muiirun- Knl. tfll. Stu- ud I ' +nffi-t. t «I EMha T » (Wi l-WUII. Cm . 12: Ekilirt till I9I2L Tcii CM; E l (TO. ]-.., L k h id ? Lii bill I9li; Coni. 5 1. Co. Et; Eh. NIL 1 blra fr F_ .mtwkmj. " ' Tali. ' Alpfc K| Owu Club: C wp. Stf. m Dud; I ' m. 1711. Hirry L CkrL CliilliIKntit. Trait. Carrmui Chd; Trnnii Clue-; Ch|i kkI fdwn £ltfl-; Alhlplir r,rlilc«; Qunbr- mkr 5(1. »d Qy MrJni.u4(i: Track 12: Bukn bill " If. Lai. Nil. T. Mut.n Cillufn. I JI«. Tri. Sijjmi. t " Ki Ctrnffla ; CarrmBii t lull ; Butt lull ' Hi Pkw, C 9: Cm, 1912. Ill Srw»rtfr» Trnn. (jrmiD Cluh ; TVnmi Club; RuqIt Carpa Qm SfLl Ti«fe ' 1 1 L tnf. IW. H ' vhrit 0- (- " iiinli. " Bet, " BewvM . Ttmti 5it-mi rti GkU-fi: ' n , Or»l n Cluh; F rtb tl ' 12; Mir. Qi Ltll IV Corp. Sjl., -V- M.j. AjjaU-nl; Eat. 191 OL ft...y»l A. Fmih Jr. It L, r ' ttnn, Dillu. Tea. Mjrl«nn». Ark. Alpti Hn; Si , iiwl Tl I. Gtiftiih Siemi. Phi Ofnra.; R»lrl Cluh; C.p -J Cn» Slitf; Srftmr PkW. Buuj; E«i 1 1 J- Clw LdiiHi 0™. L 4-r ' Hi C«p- 5si. 2nd Lieut. C A tjrt. Hi I. bill ' 12. 1« tt " h?r V. Fort. " Jotanie. " rV i- PL; V.un Clvh: F™lt lk ' I?! Cot, md Sfl. Co. B; En. UIZ. J. tynui Gict . Minilli. Ind. Si rn E ill DrrrfQA; l -tmin Clud-; PWwr- C . A. Eni. Ffbnmy I ' M 5. JWI++ M. l-Ml- " ' J—«l . " J. S. Knlh L .rr. MuhlnvOKl}. Al . F-Diilind, Ala. Sipni Phi Onjr E »; T-rnnii CluL; Pnv. 1 rnnn Cluh; 1 ' ..r| ( ' , , A i r,i ' Cfc A.; B«trl l " .il ' ! ; R-fl. I9li. i:,.; D nri H, Kipltr, 1UA H T Ih. Trk_ l clla Thu Ohh-ee . (jnmjn Clut. | n- ... CM,; rp. $«f. In Sgl, Ck B: Km. 1 11., WM E- ' .. R« " . " Wink. " Aytlin. " f«. Alt Pb : Cti u Ckfe; F« JI li C|ii. ' II; Tmk ' li; C-p. -d i-d IjfuLCn. B. E-t 1 11. I IrPili W. LcdcrtwnJ. " 5rtjLw. " Knqxvillr. Trnn. Siipmj [%i (hntgt; [ r,r.,L ( ' luh: Coip. in Bind:. Lhl, 1 12. hl.id.nu C. Wrtdtll. " h-itr. " I. ■ -i invh ' n. Ky. .Sag PKj lJtair|i; (inmin C ' luh; M|?i FwHl»ll " 12: f " i. . nior Om; C«p +i C« -n. Sl i. ELd.lof.ihCfctlL l i- pic SuIl Ci ip. Sgi. 1in LinL tftij Srtinc Cp«. Co. A.; EnL 1911. IH Ju K AW Junior Class -)i CI Ml colon — White ami green. CI a-,] (lower Jiiri-nn wrcd. CIJVSS SONG, " Owe th hill to th puoi hoiM . n«t yti but ( 4ft. " l . c. w i . r. A. . M P™ Uairrjw Palmer Inn ■jtlfn ROIJ. Prcinleni VLr -P»«irtVnl Hftlorinri 5«rcl ry and Treasurer U. 1 . liarrr™ Cj. LijmcrMin [■. (J. Dun-can J. C Foalw C G+nt R, G«u L C. Gardner R, Goodman R. D. HiltMiMnd J i Mi jchnwn W. H. Itemtg V.. B. Martin TV. Mean J. B. Mc-rriwielliEr C. A. P lrn r K. O, PaimeU L. Lu p4x.1on L, ProudhL F. B Pyfc H. S. Kkhaid P. A. Rodrique? W. D. R«dri |UE A. G. Kuan A. K. S±tJu M- H- Shkldt A. R. Tibtf C. R. T«riMf R. G Toviiji L. N.. ' Framwel] H. W Weitbcook W. C Wrcb IH military Beau? fr. FiMiiL AdjuUnl Huir L Claj.v Qwilrrmulrr T. Or™ Bi-i ii 1 1 Clilf MuHLUfl ■:■% Tut Battauos I I. C. W«B LL C. A. rUMLH 1.1. IjtuL K, A, Fl« i 140 COUFAKY A Cmpi. h. c eupt H Itt. LrfuL W. £. H -£ IK CtMPftNt B SHS M n EUs ' D as l.ii (.JVIiPD Mdumixg SITTIM4 UP Ekcmhu 1 J i ilff j-jiffl ' _ Mlr VI Bk - ' T " .Jl - -!. jAa - " |pt - -!T " W - _ " . " •_».. v. , " f ■ . ' ' : Il " 5 ? . ' . Seihuuii Like. III.-, Ik- RlThlAl Batt lw mh Events of the School Year T " 12 m II ■ 14 " 14 - 2S K I. ■ ' " II " 12 - to 24 -■ a. v... ■ - $ - 9 -; ii if, u Amiil J ihr " Rill. " Alli il Q nV " ScUmiI. " Cairn MiGiy Iwtl rwfr » Imubill miorriil. Fuit Diner ■! 5. M A. W rk t pin- ScitnliFlf fi[»nnif«l Tulh a f- Yfrjr vji-trillul i d Ekll r J 1 On VttOTld hn like in «ml Iqht- h ' ui her gum: wiffc Iht Vanity S nt»l S af? 7 P T» S. J4. A. 9 CTiiiiiikK i .th Mhwl 7. 226 nidrJ- 1 cm Iii i»J I «ip d. Lwiavilb wnn i iwimniii tllhlrM. WQfrCttd IS t foo4lll {HM. Mi:l( ' Sf VjiijIj Mill mrrhftt i bjfir lUCrCM, Mwinliin IWHhI 10 Chtlt (or dw Viimiljr ( unr. I M. A. ml LL™. I . 1 I iDCBfi ll. LHA,i McC.ll.r OL Svk-wil flnh Wilun PirwlcBI. Uihil lt dh giril fUldf. HjIIjI™ onri la WiltahrMrr iftd liL-trl Art-Ht (-icil r Pf K«COrd biofc- n , M, A, » " ) Viru.1v win m Ok- wine dijr. 5. M. A. 14. Win- •.rpnlci 0. I ' hillipi WMf» " ■■ifopp iml liM.ir» u url «ml. I UiWj drHV Ujion ii lh S iifl« mwlmf. IS ' -i -ev IhbL AytO It4 Scw-MW lad M i d » BI 1 •OKSIMrM, Ii. A. 27, MvpfroW, 7. Th-tnttJI-klig " H fT it Fnwniii:. Det. J, , h b. Mi in 7 in t- : 10 » i ! ; in j; S. M. A. 11. L-.nt.iln ll.t-n Sfkol J. CiiPhl Kimlm rnr Njuivtillr. UW CjUmjity, . M. A. 1. Uv T n M. .Srwmnrr 0, VutdciLtall It. Nunvillf wii lilncr Inrlj ihtl ni hl. Rfryntrf to H - - L ' priiinf Mine nV CidWti. £■ avndttl unlil 111). Thin ijfifrn inuri br-ih£ " Kuu|)i -un Rill. " HOMF.. Btck WKf rrr T, Dawn to Ivtistt . Slill -■: ririlrmrhl. Bm1 -I l»|l. «- »on if»mi Big Pir Lchlch DilUi il FortltM Mill. I.ximi ilirl. A W«Jn«J-r Hnbdij-. Ltt of Mil itml 4 Irip- K Xl ' lJii -jl.-.n. Alnuillofl KillZcd. DJ Id Vjllllh|[c . PI ■ u -dufki in ihf Iniupiril F iiiilr. Ctiu tn UA. Hir k. Anil aw ulZy ln rl. A Itiifr rr iifd fnm M j. On. Lcnircl A. W« d p-riiurip] ut Fw «w ihmiTJj. ik ih MirHk-. Gri d EmMci rltf . IW FwitAU. Tmm, i U The Big Threes, I 91 2 1 3 I IKIliMI II I H...-I. r. V,i lV- l.i ,.y. 1. .... ||. ; •■!.. M, H C FMHCtpt. Mij. Ihltn, Cwch. K. D. Fiiiih. Mjf. B MhLL ThN. 1412 Tpuck Tun 8 MT Bmj. Tlui Gyhsjjiuh Clam }. :;: _ 4 v " " m _., - " p g - TLfhij- Club Athletics at S. M. A. X I he foolball Ki»n at S. M. A. wad very puwe»ful. GOMidtiiliS that [here wn noL one nun from the 19| | CnB,fnpronjbip ' IVam baci. this year. Caach MjfG»y won begin 10 show whal a. [Earn be could put cut, with dtifh liehrl mMCfinL Be fin «u rcgtil-ar schedule started « played ihc VinHy Scrub And ihe pejuIi nil a lie. ? to 7. which put ■ lot of lid into out Ham. The sCasOn opened ennningungly when our light buL fan learn dclcated ihe Chaltancoga High School 9 to ft In ChnltaiiDoga. The lolloping we ! Lh learn werU to LsiH illc r.n play [he IjauisviLle Hmh Sihool. All th day pn-,. in- i- had rlintd and the field w i | rcgtlllT lake. We (mil L. H. S, 24 i? 0. but ihe team wai not di«otJt gc d It it wai ml a Fair showing for than 0 1 Judi 4 wn Held " l " hc strong and eKpcrW-nctd lerUU of CaslLe Height! wu p] |cd next in I jfcarxin, bm OwirJft to lltr FdjcI that we were outweighed Lenity poundl to the. man we toM 7 In G. Our rneri ptnytd in awfully good, game UjI we were just naturally outplayed, Metallic wn played nesl on ihc Mountain and after a hard game we won by on touchdown, 6 lo 0, A ftW day later ihe leam journeyed dfl B to- Winchester to play, and wilh the help a ihc RaJHa!»Qfl of Cldrifr, who wail wiui ibern lo aicouragje llvern, we won 1 4 Do- 0, The neiil Lwo game we played on the Mountain with Murfrtsboro and Lincoln High School. We WOn them twlh, by the mm dI 27 lo 7 and I 4 to 2. I he football season ended wilh a game iri Na Hvitle 411 Think - iimng morning wilh Howen, bul somehow, cither ihe mffi Wcie 4tlt ul form cr elie ihey w je thinking of iht great flarrK in I lit fin noun, wC loit by the icore «l 14 lo 0, The Colin ili-K nitn retched iheir S. M. A. f» football thi year: Burton (Cftpl.), Sneed, Phillips. Fori, Shields, Palmer.. Hill. F ri li, DunKMu Tiber, Barney, Means and Rowe. Under the able leadership of Coarh FaucHt and C p1- ood lh« fint blllkct bill trim in the athletic hi ' .lary of 5. M. A. w 1 OfftlHr iE d in D««ribrr. 1912, Throwfih « ial v»t k of hard training and coaching the material, ihoufh ratrwr iO mh a.1 fint, developed into ■ wondralully fa l Iram, The iitil fjarnc Wl pliyed 4n January 20 and due N tltt lack of ciperHfKC and I handicap in weigh), thai tenm did BOt liOw Lilt foim CiptCltd. Tilt oict Vianet ipurit, hnweiierL which i knowji I e ifr!f«tc. " ■■ ' ki-endjr shown in this game, [t if hop«d Iron) ibe pfCHOt OlUloelt that the coming schedule- will he moM flritifylng to S. M. A. Ff m ihe presenl cmtlonl ihe haMball , nd Hack learns will be wrjf WCcelilul. as lhere are a Tew men from list year ' s team hack this year. A very atliaclivc schedule hi bttn arranged far bolh ItwV and. baseball (earns. 1TJI W. W. Cutn R, S. P«]t« Sigma Phi Omega m ALPHA CHAPI KR. EiaUulKd 1900 it S w «. a MEMBERS. [N CQLLF.CIO I . H. I " aulkoner J. P. GUIem li I rr W. G. KirLLml G. D. Minhill F. T. WliUcd IN ACADE.MIA K. W. Earner 1 . H. (Jullum F. C Duncin R. D- F ™h T. H. F fWh Rr CoodiBin L. W. Gunthtr 1 A. Hiuit 1.. H. I Jiirnhy EL B. Martin L l_ Pmci! Cr A, Pdmtr G. J, PtloMf M. H. Shield H. C. WhmUIL Noli: — [lie Stigma. Gamma La mixta fralerruly lins urtce been liLrn over bjr ibis Iralernily. i:t ©O0Q SlCHA Till OmCjU FlUTLH ITY Zeta Chapter Alpha Phi Fraternity VnunAeA t " pp r Canada College 1900, Colon — R yal Purple and Whn«, Ffower — Vielrt, FKATHF-5 IN LN IVEK5ITATF. Randolph [jeigh Robert L« T4ley .famei A. (VflsiWi Kn« C. Frili ACTIVE MF.MRF.rtS OF CHAP! KR T, O. BwJkI T. E. C raway R. £. C Ili« R. H. Raiww E, H, Baiter C H. Dim rwi W. V. F«Et R. A. Fwru } r Br M riwelh r L, N, Trarflifttll H. W. W br fc N. O, Parmfk P. A. R klnuucj ' . W. E. Rmvt |SM Win. I ' m l k ■. 1 1 k s 1 1 ■. Sigma Gamma Lambda :x. IN COLLECK G. W. Chvhirt W. B. IU m ,lt™ J A. Cioidon A, W. Knlghi P, D. HunillDit A, P. MajwDoJ W. R. Reymld ' IN AtAlMlMIA D. T, Bmesw J, A. Holt J, P. Extiogtan L. Proudfil R. I_ E-oreman A R. I aljer W. C. Gaddb C. K. Tamer H- W Urdcivood W. C Wood. •■: Hh «. |H If j B (iiMI Ik fl Lfeft ' H iiL B IB kh Sit ciiw«± Uuhm. Delta Tau Omega Fraternity 01 ALPHA CHAPTER AT NEW ORLEANS. Frtbtmitr founded in S. M. A. 1908, m MELMBEfU IN ACIDEMIA H. C. BurlMI Frank Byriley W. M, MtAIVF T. A. l in J. H- Hodp=i D. H. ftpl MLMUERS IN COLLETO J. C EjLfJtl-l-Ml W. 5. Heyw [d J. H. duftiird T- A. Morrium i-i: Wtl T I ■ " • 1 1»H.( Anti-Weed League m Sopb — W iit Iter; lw yi we " re Iktc. Object — To lit cur nunc in the C»p nd Gsmv, Color — PinL Gtt+n and Brown. MaMO — U hid Ml btcn St4«t+d, tnit Will l Tit (4 any frddrt-M, J ' rciJent W, M. Mtin V ke-Frwickni Frank ByerMy. H, C, Bcllie . upon rpjwit l " K8 i r r Ch rl« A. Palmer H-iicI Ad twr : F. E. Braid Start — Jolinttufi. Mann, I JoLl Pmieffitf Tatnitr. Palmar. C WWafl- tharter Members — Kosher, HilJebranJ, SdiulLz, Hnlmei, LJIain. Rurlan, horcmin, Cutlum, ParfceiMHi. Baker, Green, Ripley. : i The Texas Club - MrinUr.. T, A. BU.h. Vj« I ' m. i T. O. B tti , T. E. Cu«wij. J, f. (. " ,.■■). T. M. Cullum. 1_ C. Iitiii F. C Dufc.n. R. A. F,rr,L W. V. Fnrl. J % Hud™. . H. Ijintf. T. I_ K rLa4 C. A. f.l™r. Pm. G. J. P mrr. N. O. J ' . Hiplr-T, Sire. utA | r i.. Mr, HffllhrWil ™lr. F- B- Pylt. IS. EL Pfc.ll . D. hi. K Re . W. hi. 5k t n .«d H. V. ierman Jut n OFFICERS. R. 1). h AriiK P ... reiidenl R. H. ■ . A. Rirrwi Vice- Prea idem F«ri Senary ftnd Trt «ncr MEMBERS R. H. Barra Hl. Goodman D. 1 . Barrow L. W. Cmnllier R. W. Harney 1 " . A. Hunt T. O. Bixhel J. R. MerrrwelriEr 1 " Bpcrlty B. H P3iil]i|w [ ' . 1-.. C t vfty D. H. RiL4e r II. L. Q rL P Ai Hodriquri M. Cull urn W. F. Row F. Cj. Duncan i R. D, Fsxiifi R. A. Ferris R. 1 .. Foreman tf. V. KorC C Rl Tamper L_ N. 1 ram well H. C. WdocW] W. C ■ r»di M. H. SJiielA 109 -r- - : - r , - a r 5 1 5 i- iJfi 1 f % " ™l i i 5. M. A. C ±ujln Cl.ui Drags ScilMal Ripley (alkrtipAiftJ t? [hill Fatter] — " Righl about tmiu. " J nvklr F-fMtor — " Think. pcdoWbT I ' m ncjr.1 abml faoavlhincj nl lail. ' Func — llw bofHi ik rm ii " . " Maji. A»dfOOB — " Y a hfl uf ihr ' (V I ' iiocii ' Cn! Ttr hurtri arc iLnmn - ' A«y«n pvfJini tad rw Luin tin bofnrw botii Ira Levies 1» ' ] wnmlrr it iy C.a . Crawni lajri pnym fca-frira «|y ■ «!. " I ' pnuilhl " IliTr- Jifil vrp Wl Ihkf | hP P ul RjodhtM-1 fl, ' l« -lulr ikiE di«r- ' TVnr ' i Onlr Dm Cirl In Th» » " rtH Fur Ml ' ? " ajrnnp — " Anuii I He put hrt »m Brc-jnJ Ihm waul; And anacr ! upon bri hut a km; l " i» Hppfd, " Jv i hI, " frran many a cup. Sub MrHi Fran, i Thitt ' like i+! " Alk CiptIM McChnat la till jcu Lor Long ilnrv oi lha Shi»li, uj tht Short aaiaj cJ lb» I aigi : a. L.WIJ told him 4 ItOlJf an I dun I cd ihr Inn. MaL. AnuViHjn (iai Ciiwi clan) — " WKal n lh Ltfjplirytf ' r ' - Forl— " A bodjr c-l ' law.mafcrp wba kiww ft int af llraf.™ Map. Ao drraea. — " T0n what Hn yo baK JH J tiunivn? " Fwt— - " WHl it cooki Froum Lit ' itit ' , aartanhf ' At ' , ud " loir-na ' , meaning Caul. Medusa, (in F Brrijn. rlau} — " Caraway, what It ' tfrMcx ' t " Caraway {aflpr a. f(w HKaa lt " rfaiiahl) " I -tali ' l Txactlv rinrru |1. tajt | kWw it pi my bf d. " Did Mm d» aJL Coir if an H CM j hf O, D. ' l aMh-) Ca r- MfC T (ia EjMnrt " tlaii) " tivr an rump!, nf pfrVHlifkalic . jrpXfs, " SulprWh {ipeabinp nf a baia.)— ' YnaoVr J e C4fTK«. " Culr — M mjbw il ■ a Biail train Map. A deMra»— " ftoaaV. wkll it I liMfri) ? " Ruan — " Tna 1 ml torn w En- dkk " dpi, C h i " Hnk tp iIhI i lwe ira -w lil » «f Cktro? " Hull- N tar: it c-aH dm 1.5fl. " CauL McClunt! " Whal n a ncoLroaudurlnr, Ladrrwoorj f UnifrwnoaJ — " A mMnr-aian, Siff r ' ' Pflwt " I tall Jl«ai t rt ! l " " f fli ■« «? b¥i«. " 3rW— " WtIL Ten ) 4ii auuih. " Capl. McCnv— " Who r ' arawlrnvJ. r linj arcnrlrv [Hnhlrak " CUpi. H(t " uy " Huw " + ihii?- " I loft " hlrtuhHiiKlcd k alk (arc) B. C. " Rarrwj wai rajf avojia Eo blow fnau-f all Mij, U»1rDH ncliirMd. " ' haie ' + ihe h« Ge4 h euiinfcaihM. - " EKTRAf EXTRA! All abuul ihr bsantb UUL -r. M,.ul- L.ll ri « Jh ina$ line L)f ihrrr KileVrri. L Jyinj a piufff nj rlwv -rai ' Th Fifilia Lin . " Ptuurll -CluE lilUd a. uo laauctnt HKaaaf TaWll ' SfWitl Tnl« . " rahup Hurtufl [ufi (1 D.)— " Hlh) fim a hiyh Cnk — no Dt. L if »ok h " iih him. " tlpl, S»Hu (it German ||J— " B th l wbu dim Dautr Scdch ' p» U V 13m.hr I " 15r4«[ir-ul riWkru. " AJIrr a prapaailinn la. So d w i, fnil « Iht Dir± 5fcnl idkrd if ri wun ' l wre»«. Capt. M(t ' oJf — " ' OL why G udtnaaL ell. nh Vrrll Tra ' ll l«t lhal cat ft IPiliF iHamaW. " Capl. Ciu — " Fraan-11, why diitn ' h yau Hi it, jgiir Fk« bW BHnlnlr 1 " Ft4 cip (lajijajrjllhj — [ l. Kilt ' I-Sffli i lirj for ihr to he tjirlul and not je« m Fc4t weh irJ I Ihirik my f « ii u gvod ai aaj frti. " " Cafil. McCnJ — " I ihint Franrn ■■ a lubd m- " Capl. Caoa— " Impoautlf I HVp tao Imfc l« llhll, " Capl: MrClynn— " p akinB ul t (lnillir r " Bllilt — " SJheV frA J ffrtll latnc. IAIki ii [ " llwl NuraV u.j-p,-«yj " 111. ' 5 £ FAIRMOUNT COLLEGE = MONTEAGLE, TENNE5SKK= A Select School for Girls AIRMONT is a half mile beyond Monteaglc. a station on the Nashville. (Jidllanoojfa St, Louis Railway. The situation on the CumtcrlanJ Plateau, six miles from Sewa nee. 2.000 feel alwve sea leveh and 1,000 feet above [he surrounding country, is believed lo be one of ihe finest in the land, and to atford advantages uE unlaid value to persons Irani malarial districts. I here are practically no mosquitoes, and consequently no malaria. The only school in the country having Summer Session and Winter Vacation. Special Summer Term in August, July and Septem- ber. Operate- u Summer Camp at Foster Falls. Regular Session, April to December. A Home School Cheerful and Comfortable Refining Influences Accomplished Teachers Splendid Results in Art and Music MISS S. P. DuBGSE, Principal REV, E. J. BATTY, Director ' Anil ihvnpbn L- -h.il Ircnj jmd hig .A fc- fc . - [ tim. Inn ' N " l i " rd tptkt he- nvor ihin i ami " F cnwl ' .A il h WM W ilthl Fil. I unilnliLr " Curry " J Ir w u ■ finh mi ■■ iKf mralli nf !Mbvw " I mmuHMiA Southern Express Co. To Al] Parts of Country THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY rfCt ' ivej and 1 1 1 r ■■■. : i r J . me r nan Jiic, rn«»ncy, v;tl«;ihW . |mT! haVe» t di ' ., lor all rn:int . ThU ma1l -r is mrrii ' d on fa t ( aw n ifr Era in in enjrjjc W tp«ijl met«n]|jcr|. COLLECTIONS TAKHN WITH OH WITHOUT GOODS THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY trjn»pr rts inuwey al v ry low rain ty frt arii ui its rnun y uruW system. Full inforrtialii n ? nn Aili-iita-. Nu applicaltun rW[uir u. Pay a ok " ;it all [loinLa. U c Southern Ejiprt-aa CiH3i|kany ' a Money UrJ.L ' r I jt all rvimtl jn uj. FRESH CANDIES Par l Po,i lUvtry V hy no! ic-jitj yn ur JfifnJ a box nl -our (.a nil If by P c«l P-rsil. TJvc coal it vf ry lattle. Tlit cfiidire Quit be iirl! v tfj fttth ' fon ! " efcop- Otit pounj be. , 0(k Two pourtJ box . . 3 1 20 Tkrt pound Iwx Si Wlf Fiv« pound tax . . • $3 W) To lb «bovr priori ailil parcel p« i[ tn it. GEO. K. BROWN CO. Cliaitiiwou . Trtifi. rtsr Harks Coll un Prune ilO JOSEPH RILEY Li v|f y m-iii S[w-:ul fid-tnli n to ihf H rainuiO(j h-I B.iv ' ii.ifc HtfLt tn-tti all Itsina FLOYUS FAMOUS CANDibS .hipped by l .r«J P i smmfdin ly ns f MfifH of ordcf . CARAMELS A SPECIALTY FLO YDS ' 55 S- Main St. Memphis. TnM , B«rtr: Mr. T ' wnih ' nJ, nk.1 L uij urn npll, wnn t it) Mr. l ' « niri(nJr I don ' l kiww trhal o i uid. I™i L Inn y-™ r wrc t. F iionir «w «Hti(ir rr». " ] " h j nit lbe book f-ntitik. ESTABLISHED l£ £ W. D. GALE CO, -General Insurance Representing Only Strong Companies Furnishing Unquestioned Indemnity Ftrst National Bank Bldg. f Nashbilte, Tennessee A c«Htflt joke hi ewe Iht 4mq w O. Jo rf tlwdci lv«. f4i h it kitd Tulflt Reiki A ivnltp Tmt ihim i l-tn-lnk ml Gu Spr-ib b him. Ihdhri-- Scf hloft-r j " jf rrY Amttiiiit FtMn Raits $2, 50 to ft.OQ RtbvKi j a J Refurnished I 2 $ B-i I h Rooms HOTEL TULANE Nashville, T e n n . L. C. GARRAB RANT, Manager Telephone and Running Water in Every Room. Headquarters for Sewanee Teams v.r, FL RISTS % iHAURY SONS - Went M, 54 S 7 12 Church. Street NASHVILLE, TENN, Artistic Floral c lrrangements Corsage And French Bouquets j Specialty Represented t Sewirtee by Chus. Nelson PA TTEN MANUFACTURING CO, NASHVILLE BANNER BUILDERS ' HOISTS The Best Paper in Middle Tennessee {jj$alint or Mater Crrvtn Cf ffinoogi, Itfui. BRAZEL TON PRINTING CO. QUICK OB PRINTING CUR SPECIALTY LjJi ' -l " writ as for fifa ' TZj-hLYi for ±ny mjitfr WE CAN £JL VE YOU MONEY PHONE Uf WJNCffEiTEF. TEhW. " Hr Ejnnul J ' lirik fss-r !»olllin, bill. iKc k«r. Thra kail fe rsailthlr and dual Lir mnrr. Hul h an dr»w J piHfrn, mm.it ■■ l»rl Aid 1m ib Itdift " fliqwttc by bt4.ii, - — B i.Bwi?i. m The First National Bank of Houston Cupitel ■ - - $ 2,Q0O i OO ,O Surplus Fund 25Q.QQQM Ikposits ... IQMQfflQ.GQ The National Steel Range in home ntfuni perfect waking, fuel economy, no re- pair hills snd An ornament to your kitchen WRITE TODAY FOR CATALOGUE M-»df r 5(7. ' ; ind Quirinind. £y Phillips Buttorff Manufacturing Co. NASHVtllE, TENN. Esttntult for Ata ' Kfy. m np fl ' iWir Krfihtn. Lmniry. Dji ' t R. CDESAUSSURE Atlanta r Ga. REAL ESTATE LOANS CtTrtipOAilttiet Soliefttd E C NORVELL C OMPANY TRACY CITV t TENN. Furniture Dealers. Funeral Directors And Embtlmers TtlrpJwrK f?r •wrttt ai yiur firJlnll, W (tjji pf(HK JWB Sothtbody uid Ih-tl Bill looked LIh iht Nevli ed h t ty_ " A lUrftilrki fllrnihR imtroi Jinftc far Kii i. Ch«|Hii h. PATRONIZE OL " R ADVERTISERS. THEY WILL DELIVER THE GOODS. I!,. ' s MO ORES THE OFMCINAL WO N-LEAKAElLT FOUNTAIN PEN :r why? FOR SALE AT ALL COLLEGE BOOJtSTOftES AND DEALERS Xh-iv . ' il ' imij- . iri.{.r +i k J-w«i«in i ' Vi euthm if ' 4 . " i i Vp it ■ ■■.ufafVrMflJ f mmIw. AMERICAN FOUNTAIN PIfl CO., «m cu ™ foj™ i j. ' »-(I(tii J»ITinf -4««nr 1KB pi;vHK?J5FriRE STREET. . . . BOSTON, HAlU. LOOKOUT STEAM HEATING SUPPLY COMPANY. Chattanooga, . . . Tennessee iliijb- jnii inlHTrin-jtJHTii jjljJIy an J prnjmpUy ts.rniihrJ for Steam. H H Waler 3it J FurrjUL ' He tin . We installed ttie rimtin plant in St. Lulif Hall n wtll an many r-e allien ire In 5c wanffe. D. A, MARSHALL. EWi,i«r NashmUeUfuucssfan i Leading Morninfl Newspaper of Middle Tennessee The great feature; paper or tjie Stale.. Publishes the ne vs the day it happens. Printed every Jay in the year, at Ten Cents per Week, Insurance Every Jnrm written. OUfhl and. strange ! Loirjpume . Lafe Indemnity Diiahility Policies in ttitf MIMI-H ' " ' ■ CASUALTY CO. :E N . Y. N« limit to indemnity ior ANY ;i=LiJ ?nt .kr ANY illnrmi disability. Death caiuec} hy ANY acL-iJenl paid, fur In addition. Muit p rfc prDtccLmn ptiliiry i+»ued by ANY company. V. R. WILLIAMS. District Miiujirr Qffce Phnjne 37 tW deDH PL«iil ' 121 WINCH K.VL ' Bft TKNN. " T«a hru ■ uusd ihtl h-yeso, Id iirLi Thr ■rmhlinr ai u luw f 1 J ■ Ollmana H « e »i% iM ri w i tnl ' -iM i«»Ltf vt njkfurr, " — Ai™b v»i«- Don ' l Fill » give- «w kihncrliHNi lh linl (luiu? . | is NASHVILLE TRUST COMPANY 233 3rd AVENUE, NORTH W rPC LV? ordinary hjntipg Mrountl, We receive suvrnj; Ji?pi] irp, W acl an t:itarJi;in. Wt emoutc Wt W, W ujiiaLily si Tru»t« in »ay eapacfty, NASHVILLE TENNESSEE W manage Kcnl H ai , Wh? conduct, in fact, a Mcujern DtpilflFTient Sfnrp ' ■nLincial W-c iwtiulJ- bf pk ' a J lii i:iL ' .t villi pcrvJnally inJ OR any financial prppOtitioOl Grand ecun Caie S ' »iiit H " p ml " ill ur »hiflr ■■ Clillinuufi All Sn-vicr V bJei Gimnlir Bf nttr " o J r vir,ii SSJ MjiLfi Si, Chuiinniifp T»nn, THE STRATFORD KNOX VII. I.L-.S J.liALHSti HOTEL Ah«« inJ Em .. Hi KNOKVILLE. TCTM. SAMUEL WERNER manufacturer of BAND AND CIRCLE SAWED HARDWOOD AND PINE LUMBER Plini-atf mil iiJ cfti c-iCcr ih»p 11 [ Jiir«liqi. Can NtwipIi ■ nyHniai id Rti D ino Ditihi nuiEJin HaE-cna! TRACT CITY. TEKNE55EB Crwwl-ud: " S»|r, MtjIrH-rly, knw -aa yum acx-lt ' mim ? Cr-flcf d : " E Kin n, ih i ' L In wjj 1 hjii it. A V- ' ttibfrlj- " K-f-c-ti ■■«- ■ " bm- yw»r ait i nr, will rn phMth - RtnnlKI At- whnMiiirii niiii lint jnnuJ ■ ii-mmLuIiIj ' . Dba ' i Fulfil ihtth. Uk.. -Sjt. U-j I!.:- 3 [rank J. Sill Jliisuraucr Jfu All Jits HJraitrhfis We Represent Only the Best Companies, sucK as Springhcld Fire Marine of Mass. Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd., ot London New York Plate Glass In sura nee Co,, of N, Y. National Surety Co., N, Y. Phone M. 875 Scimitar Building Memphis Tennessee WE WILL GO YOUR BOND " Ai Ldlr ii ( ' iiriinJ ihip upMi t pjinifd «i«. " — M icUllum, ThbnJfd «r il.mj: ijiili 1 Wv Fill. " — JimmK Mri-L. ' E III piAiar Md E ' F ■ m IitbcL Lncwn. — CHTrhftff, Qp, " Fail mail (rimy TV-m. " — J Urpfi. 2W AJOU receive the best val- W lies in Durability, Style, TRIGG DO BBS CO. , M Fit and Appearance _JSL when you buy the WHOLESALE GROCERS fc FAMOUS K 11 KALAMAZOO Fine line of .Higli Grade Canned. Goods and Condiments Agci to Hout ' i fine line pf California Gcndj _ B UNIFORMS He:LdL]Uar[tr for Miliiarv ■■ ! - ,;iii| imltiL-. L -i i ri!.-. i " .-. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. West Side Meat Market ' ftn Kelly and J. t " . Kindle rY«| ritHHi SEND KIR FREE Ml-13-15 Carter St. CHATTANOOGA, TKNN. Lf Henderscm-Ames Dejiler? in Wt-sttm VI eats, Fish, Ov;tpr$ and I ' oiiltry, We liandlu nothing hut thtr hc£t KALAMAZOO, MICH. Thil i (Ti-? only CJci- jimenc ]n pprrfd lr-ir Mirket irtlllf Cil A pmd riuT n [aid on " Shrnly " ftUawwd. ' htn ' ■ " If U ' y lw i+ told by hit Surlily Stbo l l K-lwr lh.il Iw wn mill,- ' " XI 11, ' ' ttxi £Lpatf. ' " |i I ' m mjdk nl Jul. lrhf ifca ' c ] frl muJJy wIh-ii il ruhl? " OLE ADVF.RTL5F.RS .Ui.F. Tl IJR DFiT PEOPLE: TO TRADE KROM. JI..L " She Likes Flowers ? JOY ' S FLOWERS ALWAYS ARRIVE R E 5 H eoi church ST, JOY FLORAL CO. nashville. tenn. Decker ' s ca-fidka are always most acceptable, a they arc always pure an J always, delicious to the taslc. DECKER ' S CANDY, SODA, ICE CREAM Church Si, mil ftli Ave, N«f.kvL1l , I enir. CO Prina R. N ' e CITY DRUG STORE COMPLETE LIKE OF DRUGS, ATHLETIC SPECIALTIES. CIGARS. PMA WATERS. STATIOHEftT. DKVd SUNDRIES -, ;■, ii - ■ ' k ii s i --i i P. S BROOKS DRV OODOI. DtOIItPlt. -£ ( . HIk ' t ru mf HIH», ITt. J. R. WINN SONS DRY GOODS-, C LOT M I N O r O ROC ERIES AND ICE SlWAME. TENNESSEE TW Frrfchttll il llwiyi lupPT — CwM " Ivil fr nnjn — C«»flJ- F»r (rnm p.v rihra ud lis- irajri n[ ' rmn. " — I innmy. " TKj until, 1 if hL iir L-infri- 1 1 I Wf r IpH my ■hgRfr in nyr mnnjlh, " — I MTK-r-Kilh im|H rljnl »ir, In rem- million «™prt »r. " — M-P " f. C l . 20? Maxwell House NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Located in the heart of the Theatre. Shopping and Financial District, EUROPEAN PLAN Kates, $1.00 to $3.50 Per Day Private Dinners and Banquets a Specialty on Short Notice. James K. Hughes, Manage Hagan Co Real Estate and Lean Agents High Grade First Mortgage Loans, „ ■. ■, 2 10 UNION STREET Nashville, Tennessee J je ■Illv J. AmlwoM.-, ]!r-t.it ' linih. - i InSL Pwcm. and Trua . Ambriuw printing Camjtiuuj Printing, Srationcry, Blank Book takers. Lithographs rs. Engrav- ers, Publishers. Railway Printers Spccia tttes. Estimates furnished on all classes of work. Phone M un 615 303-30 5 Church Street NASHVILLE, TENN, During i k V M JrA«lt-S ' ir)M Fwfbill ■ jina " Mitch «ld Oibbiw I the Sfcij, " Kim Itti r r m w m ytt hfird ' Now I liT im- fe«n ik+p. " T. Uurloh 13i«M t mmc Hid; ' tf I •hu.ld d« Uluhr I kt. him mll I l r ] " = imif MS DAVIDSON CLOTHING COMPANY Chattanooga, Term. 3S 1 1 Market St rect LEADERS ] THEIR LINE FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS [twite your attention to their line of Hart, Schiiffner Mirx Cluthing K t) MATS FRENCH. SKKINKR URNER SHOES M ANHATTAN SH IKT5 Snecisil Attention tt Mail Orders Wc Deliver Prepaid by Part«] Post The R. Kupferschmidt Company Hetdquuten foi Foot Ball, BaicbalJ, Tennis, Track, Hsisket Hall and other Athletic Supplies. Goods shipped by tercel Post or Express saine day order is received. CATALOGS AND DISCOUNTS FUR- NISHED ON REQUEST Your l 3 iironi£t Solicited 144 Smith Main St, Memphis, Term, THE CHAS. H. ELLIOTT CO. pn«am£ ' Tim Dir Pmfruni. Dflrtr-t I Mrimi Kfrl InHUiWi V.r- I -jL-, I ni r Ihi uluL C " ,irwrri HVit Iwunm uJ OJ|. PMItJtDELPHIA, Iniiwjtiin C, Iih F ' b . Erttrr- ■ ■■I, mil [ Ibam. inpr ii iaa An- nmli. hrn rr dy mmA. CImmm WDiUDitSi u Llrk.hA™. PA. J. O, SUTH KRLAXD " Moving Express Parcels Trunks all the tune Finn os ami General 1 1 an] trig Phone 70 - Se ' unee " Skill wi Rimi fern xraoUf Id Ktur, or «i Infold !■€ . Mr. Tdl«rT " Sh wn wry knrifr- kf jrlr-rl, JO.J whrn awing |b? uratM try: Etc iuw pJk t«ild w tr r to ilkk thi d in ilw iw dlc ' i ifc. — l. «n. _■ H . Fine . " . Plumbing ;,n.| Steam and Hot Water Heating T. J. MOONEY CO. «l We make a specialty of installing PLUMB- ING, LI GHTING, HEATING and ShWI .RA(il Systems in Country Humes. NASHVILLE, TRNN. Jewelers and Diamond Specialists Fraternity pins in any design. We will satisfy your Jewelry and Diamond wants by sending you a selection package. Sffciaj. Prices ii r en to all CollejGB Bo vs. CHIRCHSTRKET ffi fl ' ll S f F t 11 (H U 111 ft Cl It If NASHVILLE, TKNN. .VUrhrlJi mk -d iht flMMM qu«ii«i ; " fhn ii ihii ihlt lilt hbc iHW «F hint imJ w(jh up hit btby ti«w ih itntj .rd fcjj [ h ricit i ? " TV wwh to (hid. ii " flu: Flldl Owl D f I Utlk! " " You rsn I uu HP«u m hra. vikj |Mlinmi Mjr jiii n hurt. 2(B Standard Quality rem ti But- ball Ctfafcet KavMrt If ill Athletic Equipment C«l lof[ur Kree Thi j rei ni quicksand more unstable [flan ptnt ' ilV in t|Lijliiy uid w« avoid this tjkiLcLsancL by Stanrlard A, G. Sfalding Bros.. 74 N. Broad vStreet Atlanta, Ga. Columbia Institute l-q:jhlij|wd 1 35 Cfflumliia, T im. Forth Higher Education of Young Women A Lcn ] wUhi iLmtLtiL tmvilLitiEni ill ! iaiuni Ihoiwigfa. i«ii- li ' .lnjl i iiT.LiiiL ' Csihiii. Willi an c-itviraniuc-iLl iIijc trtitr i. diir-niii -a; ttvLlt rtllu rHi inlil xllcimfilUTL-. »lnl well- p] Hli i 1 :-LLiL;. f..| : |-.. iU.Fr iiS lL LLHinrzirnC i:! nir Ciil iBil iiuicj.1 iLrvrli |:lilrh 1 ib 1-mtAi ilLi- ■ilrii Sf S c-lil y-ki k " ■ r.i I k | T L ' l -ill ini uril kli f r 4 VL ' fi " liL ' °H l Rtr M-ri Jul. Unrxiid frllr-lia.ll hirer, [n ■■■- M i ]i i-i Hi- . aitvHTiIagrF, jtI dtif (itlBi SLh liO FML ' Eairtiii, O illr r | ' rTlK-ri nLnrx " JirnL 3vrrl lk r L ' nur r — TAiLI i1e|°1p Ii;h SUUwIt. At i. 3 li} iiCi-:in. f ' py isv-at Ct ' M urr . C (i--iili-»-5-il- Svifni-Ctfi ul ncrtl fi -iLl(y, b-rnqEiriLl Micron ll ' lirsji . linpm.ink ' l«fl£UliPK . »lr " JI " tirxli l l:: ! i-: n.(r|c liKliddr B.b»t lurleljr Hini1-»ry- ! " ■ jniiiiHini: jinl Athletic Rct. Walter Bwih-im Ciptrt. Pr ±. Cchjmbi . T n-nc-nte Havana Smoke House ? i h i Cherry S r. i . , Gbittinoo|i Local unit I On}, r Jimcidce I ' lion-r M. Ml Tklif-U For nil Sporting HvebEi When in Chu niKiiigi Drink Corsk ' i {lolJhlume jii.I :ill I " i ■ 71 1 1 1 J: r llsinds Jerry T. King IE) Euil 7lh St., Half SqiiaTr fnrni MarUl A fi ijf lorck he bW upon hit h»d Which wu ihc liiht of Ifcr Wet- Ac + i 3. Efcswd . E. T. Vnl™i ill Mpinrti. — M-= MuUnaa, ib pjivn. — Fk-iiHv. 206 w KEN in Nashville vEsit ihe B, H . Scicf Jtwelry Company ' s new store " STIEFS CORNER, " Church Street and Capitol Boulevard, Ota- ass ]o£ue sent on application and mail orders receive prompt attotiJocii THE STIEF JEWELRY COMPANY I_ . L , FllJHiff lLliAlhT W.J. Husdeh T.H.HICl.ulK.lll T I .» W$$L 1_. C. L1.-.1- " Rt-piuririK Wnu-lwh unJ cftff lU Mail Orderj. Jiwtlry All Wi,irl CijarailUvJ U. IF, 3Fiarhrr Srn. Ca DIAMOND MERCHANTS JEWELERS " Ktn1 T|.iuT Year ' Buk!h«.« Ji»p ficn« 4ld IflCqjriiy BackoE EvwrySplf, " H a Vt Car In 1 Adniliun i f mi tciT ta?jli 5( MARKET AND EIQHTM STREETS CHrttr«NO(J5« TEN NEBSEE D . ?V »r Mr. Urty, you Kim t I bltihg L. = 4i,.±r.1ilr lrwAU wilAi }T-r fnt Me ifnf It A hlilurj,- ilm, Hi Am . ,m. tft ctliMhclliil. -tv I Kiih yon ftoutd I CM 40 Ih Hutfr-lJ sn-i Imr jmir fcrl li imKil ijonrn cr irul ,.R in cejfr Ifclt frtKilVf iftm cm ivnlr mnrr lllPBl.r , t [fct Uu 4»j ]tn tx lljr minj rmral ol roar frcL Trll jour rrirndi iboul our tdwiliw-nL M7 ROYAL A Standard rnirllunJ Cement ni tliL 1 HOTEL JEFFERSON Anif nr ;in und l ' .iir-:ipi;in F. B. Free mi ii, Proprietor 1 - = « 1 ' I)i;:.! ' i.,-n. M.i-i.iu- - Operated in »HKt»E w t T rmin l Hvtrl, Piimip|{h Eii. A In. The onJy Ameri u Plan Hn r | ifl thf Cily Birmingham. AL. HijIriEit (trade Daily Lj painty oOUU liarrL-U Ni Order tiw La r(fc or lro Small We Guarantee Absolutely uniformity of pruduc-t lo nurd tin; nv«t tx- acting OjU, Prompt hiprcKnl. at Short NoltM. To pata all sta ntl ur J B-pUiritlCallLHlH, LET US QUOTE PS ICES Dixie Portland Cement Co. Suits UlliL ' L 1 Jjuie D-mld.in|X, CnQll-a-nou Ll. Tcnn. Whfn Eirir nn T (■ S+ i er Visit T. E. KEITHS PLACE COWAN Hc«d 4U rKr. let PUKE 5° J. W«er Tkt IVrt C . Jie and Hlfitte B ntiitfE of (jp» and Gowns to Gndu-iting Cljawn a Specially E. R. Moore Company " " [YLjmts- Hit COLLEGIATE CAPS, GOWNS an d HUUDS llri|iiiuiHJT (pl MiMiiif x C3lr.ik.ul J!i[in Sirrmctl Cap and Gown 4ir]{i Kvu.n»tun Avenue Chic3|fi]_ [II, OUT GOODY, CjfKJtJV, f.tRLSi LET " 5 GET AN [CF. CRRAM SOD ,— EWiiy, EUwib», P. CmiIk«, .nd Ijmar. «■ i Jmnfc. CItkd roar tn F r brfore r u pan ti ipou.— CLrl , F. IS ' , " rim Ik wi|( »lk — p uj fcxb, t«w hr will M.1k 1 " " — A™bru trr. 208 LISTEN BOYS!! W Probably Carry rliir Ljr bl ScolIi in iht S Jtt of Biteh and Oik Dears WHITE PINE SASH ASBESTOS SHINGLES CABOT S SHINGLE STAIN GUARANTEED ROOFING ROOFING SLATE. ETC Rv-iK-niUr Up ivIilt VHH.I I ni I J ikn IViiI|£jIow Chattanooga Builders Supply Company Pon r Warn r. M a r ChjUjiKjin ' a. Ttnncs ct Castner-Knott Company Kl-i U .■ iili- ' -a Big Shopping r nt+T — — Mjil OfJkth Promptly Filled. R, R, rare ri ' JiLnJ.L ' J lit nul-Hil-iiWLn thiiprk ' K-- nn Trading Day - A flflmplrle Ji-parlmrrit lk! M n h i|rni liirig -ind Toilcl Gwnta. l Ir- Mi? BABBAGF R«il EaCiti? lL23CanJI r fiuilJiiqJ. Atlanta, Georgia L . L. JACKSON Wjh;liiiiiili r, Jeweler an J. Engraver 1002 Market St., Chat tanm A dcifi atari oE DiamunJi. Wilohe . Ce Li nJ J - , -ulrj- in na:i iL|y Jtfrgitt, Wi will appreciate yoitr h-L±H.i n.(- t . Th rim44it Krihk Altiirpdil Juhtt oflO ■ fe ip r ' J lu Wilt: foe ScylKnm. Thu wu ' Kr mall: hluul bil inf " I [Jh " ( t» 11 1 mr irhj il ik [ wirly rumd kll, ftul fTriy lim I lij In ihimr, 1 1 rrjlly uuadt Qlkc k . Oul urmi ' l do, " 200 Itntiurll Harris RELIABILITY THE VOUW; MEN ' S STORE =: at = HOUSTON, TEXAS We carry the h Hl unJ ni-v, l ' j! |fiu»J only, m lii-,|h (trade jilJ altHChlululy peilucl JianiihtiiL. Run and Ar(i de Jewelry. WaklKS. Silverware. Engraved Crystals. Eml Jewelry, Etc. We resp clltilly solicit youi pofniiii-njjf. A. Bergeda Bro. " One Pric Jeweler bit) (.luiTL ' h Slrucl - - - Njj-bvilli . 1 enn, J miiL-kfd ifw lottr. hivrUil m.y ilu-t. " — FurtL " I h - iiill " mill m c t+ w ied, — NthM, -C ] 3 alru i r our idhrrliMT CLARK WILLIAMS General MtTL-liJiiJi t- Cctwitn, !■ I ' ll III M»Ll ' t.Jrfars, CaitJits jnd ToBuro. Douglas SJvot-s. PiMronijc si while in Cowan cnroalc to Sewance CintiJ Work GooJ S fvkl ' IMPERIAL LAUNDRY WE WASH FOR WHITE PEOPLE EXCLUSIVELY Mam 7080 Birnliiij[liairi, Ala. " tlrir, loir; Bug k«I htw diUfthl I _ A K j, b«ff WBl " ■ Cif r . YOU CANT LOSE. 2 ici Mn-J: V4 ■ Hawkins-Halff Company Representing in Southeast Texas PIERCE CHALMERS : PAIGE MOTOR CARS MACK : SAUKEK KKDKKAL TRUCKS FLANDERS : RAUCH LANG ELECTRICS We also handle a full line at supplies and accessories Corner Mnin . h kr N ' t and Dill La Avenue Associate Houses 1 lawk ins- Hal ff Comuany, , . Houston, Texan Alamo Auto Sales Company. , . San Antonio, Texas The HaLlT Company Dallas, Texas Tbcvmpsori-ilaliT Company, . . Austin, Texas Percy- Willia Company. ..... Waco Texas A fire proof Canine i connected with our salesroom Houston, Ttxtts Knox-Thomas-Spears Co. DRY GOODS Ch ttdftooqjt t- i n , C. RUEF Dealer in Fresh Western and Home Moats POflK AND MLTTUN IN . KAfcOX Sewanee ..-..- Tern. COX SONS VIN1NG A3 Mtdiipn A---T. ISrir YnrL C. ' uy COLLEGE CAF5 AND W3WM h.i-rrllrnl ln iirkrbinhlip Mini fit-Jit in r-lr RriiVk $i IL Fjfuli y OiiM fervl J - J L.hup h V bi..w ni ■ I.Li.nl ClacEiinf J. R. SNEED EtAKKRY h xr.i yKyi:t:KJi:S. i:.o f xTIO!JEHT. SOFf wri KS. i:.r.™ Hi. j. k..:i». t:,u. tf j ]■„., Ai- ' t+fttpMA KAnd " Vh Lcrji. die lillUr Supply Stae. And -rbirpi itIjiI p«im livJ inoct. " - Confirm II I ucft ji ftatqr 11 I loci I ' d be 4 omtditn. " — Botwell, " Fwl lib moto m. " ' — J.h: Cillr.(iHr. 21! DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU THAT THE UNIVERSITY SUBTLY STORE a the handsomest, cleanest, and best kept Collcse Store in America 7 That it eclipses all the co-operative store of the Great Eastern and Famous Western Universities? Well, it is, and it floes [n the drug department are kept the highest quality chemicals and medicinal preparations that are pranced on. the planet. The Hfthcfdasheiry Department is unique and a much needed addition to the Smt. Hi-re i iu can pet every- thing that you need to wear on all occasions. You mitfht ra rk the world Had find nothing of higher jrrade than in on display in our Grocery. Th is is not an idle boast: just a simple, a iu;il f;n:E, Notwithstanding all this, our prices are very moderate, whatever you may hear to the Contrary. You NEVER pay more than actual value— and VHRY often, much. less. " My- hhmm !i ' Wib , W Mhn iiul 5 i ' TU ik !■ Mil. " CnSo. " Th» JcfiI rjn uuk j. pkiidBf (rum. " — FwJ, -Thf Udir r Cod H«» ibr-r--R, C Ifcfr, I Eianut HHtff " — Shmtril Joe JWorse Company CLOTHIERS AM t--n; LSH K1W r,i ' i ' ,. ' ; ri ' Tost for CuLk ' tfC Men VEST TO VEKDOME THEATRE 619-621 Church St Nashville, Term. Pacing ' Capitol Boulevard ESTABLISHED MARCH JIM ' " " Bank of SeWanee Tklfacr Hodgson, President W. K Nautb, Vice President D. L. Vacghan Cashier Docs a General Uankinj? Business. Depository ' of the University of the South. Rejjulur Correspondents. American National Bank of Nashville; National Park IJ nlt of New York. We solicit any account, no matter how small, and guarantee prompt and careful attention. jih T--- NASHVILLE ITALIAN ORCHESTRA Onaniiedl H7 1 CHAS. AVD VITO M PELLBrTlEHJ Prof.ii.iotn U|. tt Jan iihiw furpithtil for iM lki anisrti in Sirinjj or B-rj-u IVlltrt ih III Vi.. ' |ii-. .,r 1 1 i|i ,- ■■ i r . ' I SlMifi lltmlhk 111 . Mian ■ 3ftM NA IIVCI.I.E, TENN. T h e d f o r d ' s Black Draught C l_ T r or Llic l ivcr National Reputation nr Me-hrfin fWintu Collet i-i :«-.■ . - : ■ ■ ■ ltu.+i- III urn CdIIe£c hiI tilt C. ' Oullliy. Jl il lTlt ulilral , unfit 4 1 jj )Tifi, irul «hc of ihc UrtoE. It fI (Bfiueflul by priilicj 1 buiinni men un lu inc-it [.riiKij.lfi. Stud far tiulop, :: Nelson Business College j " feiiSKM ' iiy™ 1 tl,M Hotel Patten C II A TT A N OOC A , T K N N 1 48 E K HKADHjLIAkTFIli KUH SEWAflEE COLLEGE BOYS AND ATHLETIC 1 KAM !pi Rocmr Europcie Pin keiMimhlr Ci1r ft»i n wrhe i..i ■• ' i iiil K»k- ' Dinkins-Davidson Hardware Company A T LAN I A . CJ K (J R t; 1 A OMAR DODSON WHOLESALE GROCER AND SEEDS l t 9 and I I East Second 5t«cl MAYiVjLLE, . KENTUCKY H ' i ■ bid!— U ' nrnn. Hip Kuah-r ii 4J4,. Bi» .. PWrrtH Hili (lupin.) — D f. From rjjrrEilHirr. Amciic-H. rind. I WM like 4 (luKt hiih ilrahET fijmi. Our jihriliuri ■» ulibstullrl r LibU. 31.1 dJmumni - iwfols Jusuraurr Aiuntru 21 i NORTH TWENTIETH STREhT BIRMINGHAM, ALAI1AMA Wn|iri(i rirv. Lijhim v. I.ilf. Ai ' LiJunl, IjiiuJd-, PI Il ' (.iIhsih, LtnJ :kil Fihrnn ru Mgiinf I NsNirj rKH ' LARt ST INSURANCE AGENCY IN ALABAMA Jemison Real Estate Insurance Company 211 Nurtk T wtnti h Stn iri. = HirnnnjihiiETi, Alabama HlmI Kuiflrc. Rental and Limfk, SU»,. J tTT 1 OlKl,l.Kl i tlur tnlal vaUi rrf propcrtm of individuals and 27 Cor- poratism nrpnc rvnlfld. or managed by ll«, N„„|, ||| H : ■• ■ I ■ 1 1 ■■ t-h-HHI Mrs. J, V. GCOUCtlp ruuiiiBT SIC? MarL i Sj( «1 Chatla ntwjj j,. TcniesKe Wn sin nq tfh ' i ' l notice (urniah dciJanl Bridal Bouquet an J I ' lorrLkl J ap|[iH. Dera ratiuris for weJjiritf.v n-L-i-p- li ' Mld. Hi. QluiL-L ' L " ul rub i, iluwcra unJ plunla. Dluo Norse Taljlifts, N« f BihAj, SpiillinjJ [iLrLa, TliL ' cnr Tablet , CLl ' . Ucsl lihr all-niunJ B t, 5 C n1s at (ht 1 Univtcsily Supply Sujt ' I ' ll Irv to vk hs-f hnih " " q»H i he-. " AhJ trie fcrr wrUM unitn-. ' ' Oijt jdinlibrn h.II " ]T1 n;r te Hct-I up Virl. ' ' MiJ if, " AckbiI ItfirV lubltr wiln. " The South ' s Greatest " Bookstores will supply you quickly with am- Liook you want at the ij w :st possible price. V carry a complete line of Stationery. Fountain Fen , Fktwn, Bibles, Post Cuds, ■iiift BfK»ka r Also a lar re supply of Beautiful Holiday Good , Write us for catalog and prices before buying else- wlH ' iv. Publishing House of the M. £ Church South PANTAZE ' S MEMPHIS MADE CANDY Catering to College Men of particular taste for Clothes and Toggery I ' llll.. A, ii.m.i.i: Exchange Building :: :: Memphis, Tennessee Atliinla ' a Newest Hulcl THE IMPERIAL Peacht ree and Ivy $LreeLt AMERICAN AMD EUROPEAN PLANS ARMSTRONG JONES, Proprietor A. FL Evans, Manager Atlanta Headquarters for Sewanee Athletic Teams SMITH LAMAR AGENTS Nashville, Tenn. Dallas. Texas Richmond. Virginia ■ , I ■• i -, -!!■-.- I j- in hi lri .And. ja ytm niv -ffiirw, L jiv-r mmm d ?larr ■£ j rjtri|d rirj_ ' " Wrwji an x Erg hi plfc- ■_ y All »V F«4f Eiic. " 216 STATEMENT OF THE CONDtiLuN Oj- THE UNION SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY ■ :l I I |. " J. A. OMHEfG, P.r..J._- B. BEMiltOfil. Vrf " ,. J.-.l NDLAHU tl SlAISI Bills Discounted t-:i sh anil Eiulianifji: Tatel OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE RESOURCES LIABILITIES £ 83 S79.95 C.pinl | 40.000JOO L72.4ffl.SS Snrpl HiJ Und. Piofii 40.175.69 I1 245.45 D «it . . . I.Q35.06S.C3 . $1,135,258.92 Trtd $1,115 25 SE Bnh ii Eiiminvd S+w- 4 nn v .|| T h T N ubl fetnk fiiuli UIRKCTOPS J. A OHnEHi. Pl tiJr l J(fl! ElrI E. LEE. L + Lid iHivBkrli LttAJS. t, fchLH kS. r,, , M , tF.I,, : J.v: ■Jli;i, .1 MAKK . M.iSilM.i C. m ir iif f.ufi ■ (iOLAMJtOfJTAIKt. See rhiit your next hat is a SWANN You ttfti t anon! to nisi setirvg (tic new aluilcs and Juiiiht . We- htvc jtisl the hat yoj w«uE. A. H. FETTING MANUFACTURE OF Creek Letter Fraternity JEWELRY McflloranJtim pfK fttfc scat ' « «y ttaUmity mfnsb.fr llvroagll [hi 5frt««TV oi (V CKflptt-r. Sf fi l dfhijpis nd e«(IHMlf« fur- ni»nrii on ClidA I ' m , Rin(». Mtdil for Adllfdf Mtrt . rif, !LJ ft. LiBRim ST.. BALTIMORE. Ml). FAGTOFT: 2L2 Liult Sl rr- Si. SHORTTf MA WOQD. Sr-.nfr A| pI " Elt- h d a head lu ciifilri ' rr. ■ Mpc to MPttudt. Iki 4 h»hd 1d tDHVil HOT cbur. " — Ndd, j. " If dirl wm Irunvjih whmJ kjirrli yrcu wirulit field- " — linddy. LM6 Toadstools Are Not Mushrooms! Jfc | ppCuran ii ' b rliay be JeL ept i V4f. Dim I he i.aH|fhl nappm by aLlroLlive drawing _ _ ' ; t rurnturL ' liuy with wide open evey. 3Cf! I he iirticL ' iIsl ' IF iinJ. famine " vT I ■) thoroughly, w hilr pleasing jeai|fni are (k ii ruble, rnalcriiil jnd manufa lLiJe are t ' qitnlly important. You mali tfitrC uf all lliibt: CSd tltiali |jy kv;!ii| your Furni- ture after a personal inspection. We jiEr.irJ yem lhi liu vantage. HERRIN STEED HOUSE FURNISHERS ani ] UNDKKTAKfcRS WINCHESTER. TENNESSEE W. J. PRINCb ■ out Sewanee r-f pr« t.-tattve_ Sve Him fr r any information in our line " |jp« ihrf iBK-k liijjnr ititl khu IhwkIi ■ !» ■ " — FlIKfll. " Bm«I n t ihyicIF f io wnp 1 . - — ftow. " CtrliiB i» lie Ycngclhcc- uf ' Tit Ju4JB| " [»» fnvftuRO . " fttyly. TrV I Irrnh 4 5lmJ fur jour dti.1 ii4 ' [iIt of furniluir. in ar [El KM you are in the market fors Hi 1 1 tinivi TaWe, or w.ant to know romethLnc aliottr. Ell ] ,! J A til S ■..■! ' KtHVLIXt! notify ga. and we will lie Jllfio 1 to jnvfi j.-ou our best service, We are the leading manufacturer! of Pocket ItLtliard and Carom Tallies ami Elouiiiij; Alleys acid Supplies, for same, Catalogues f u rjias-hi 1 1 :.h ni|nl; u]:cm request. The Brunswick Balke Collender Co. lao and 132 E, fith Street CINCINNATI. OHIO Phone as and 92-1 HENRY HOSKINS Li very man Prompt and Courteous Treatment BAGGAGE HAULING A SPECIALTY Hacks meet all trains. SEwanffl. 1 , Tenn. BRANHAM HALL Shtms, Traveling Raffia Umbrellas When yon are in Nashville come around and look over our line. We will be glad to meet you 235 FIFTH AVE, R NASHVILLE, TENN. ASK FOE VELVET ICE CREAM Made only by THE HILL ICE CREAM COMPANY ChattanoogA ...._. Tennessee HARRY HAWKINS [Vii nits. B .tix i , Express and tjeneral HAULING Phone 56 Prompt Attention Sewance " TbtK IfU tK " man nuwhrrr »i nihuui, " — W ' tfiM-r. " J I™- long! O Urd, Hnw l.-wi,V— UtT-n.J. " All -r-omkt inn tlruj ft [if fat h»d. — Gt-he Sinner. EJy hii JiiTHTKiin n |h Hjld H nOlkiBU. but hay. ' ' GwMh. Jl« Bering-Cortes Hardware Co. HOUSTON, TEXAS Everything in ] I iiTthvnre-, Spurting j xhLh, hhvOlVER FLASHLIGHT Cutlery, HoiuiefurnishiiigH. " ' aStMIJ, " ' 11 " " lh Flashlight Ktc. ( ,,«, eompi™. ].„ Frt Eingplfcil. Mi Ph EdkoHhrt E TAIfLlhMLD. ISO! ! " m H.T. Lucus H Company , U I5U L If b 0» VilctrJii C :i: ZSiTS Fire Prevention Supplies Italic Main ifilj 323 Church Street NASI I V I I.LK. TEH N ESSE E Hut Md Lifter rraai lt»f l«U, Hhi tfjpu Better be Safe than Sorry " MKT Fwo F jt. Through Train), combining every d- LTivnt thai makes i r comfort, x] x:d nurl xalViy Ihs Ifat y fimif ed Ttel fee ? OKLAHOMA Kor detailed in funnel imt, m!I ai Kniy Tirfcei ( tfficu hitd (IT ' .vnli-: tih; C-it Jliay CFTlwI i n f- r iii- ' il, in.in TE X A S W.i.ST. GEORGE, Gea ' I P i, A U 51. Lcmis. Mo. Ml Your Sweet-Tooth Satisfied Skylark Chocolates The Reception Assortment The Lavender Package And Frills and Thrills Galore Insist on getting Skylark Chocolates Sunn-dun New :uu1 DLtu. ix-ru Eagle Candy Factory II. A. Tuk-xkr, Manager Nashville, - Tennessee THE WONDER CAVE ITUATKD ac the Iw of the mountain, three miles from Monieagle, is the most beau li hi I and wonderful cave in the known world. Its varied and beautiful calcite formations, its innumerable stalaftites and stalagmites, its rioted co ' omns, canopies and shadowy dra- peries, its statues arid labyrinthine passages, its vaulted halls and underground ri cr, rill the mind with curious sensations of wonder and admiration and have already given it ji place minting the great natural features of the earth. Every visitor goes away enraptured and delighted. The Cave is free from slime and rnud K easy of access and well lighted. Competent and courteous guides in daily attendance. It is reached by autom obi les hacks and carriages from Monteagle over a well- graded road,, which winds its way between huge rocks and htnilders, and is iHmuded on every side by scenery that cannot be surpassed. siflmisshn to (un-e % S .oo Address R. M. PAYNE, Owner and Proprietor, Monteagle, Tenil. Spencer Judd Portrait and Landscape Pho(i |frdph«r Sluing by Appoifilmtni r H l- 2 ' 2 = Se-WiriM, Ttntieaact jftiintgiimmt $c (Bamprntii Complete hmni sherd of Homes, Hotels, Offices acid the only plaoe for Student? m buy good Furniture at reasonable prices TtfasljttUlt UrmiFtfSfr + " Ht IrudfjeJ jk fl, WlklHHMII » K I kr K lghl. " I ■; hi-.rt to tku whttt ' d I ttmt. tohilr ' rr ihr Hjhjr-:l be llii I iIjeIi. " — Ukrwilh. A d fetsMlH M hr kchl. F«r K ' M «1 I K J t i I . " GJA. " For khiw muhl wni. while tomr mil ilcrp. So runi |K norld »t. ' t. " — linn. Puicfllix- en idiTrhH-ii. TWrv ir ihr bcil. ;mh A Night in Hoffman (Wild jtpolpBW " to ihf Oftimry Chunh-ytrdL) Tlit lireilin clock tailed ouf lhe hour of Icn : I he Mudrnti wandered Dili the views la He; JTlc l.jtir CI351 postponed id hrcwrnc laiU, And left itiE trol la na one lave lo mi. I !:r (III! il imv i.liI din I .1, ...:■. . Tht lludttit ll rtim ' td hi i K-dut ttp, SlYt when Wf KHrtu lucid unlrnmnitkd Iway, Or ptfkcr names dwucUd ihc silence deep. TIk Frc4im ii c U litf (Mpi upon 1lie xf tA; Ht heaved « iah and then ihnrw do n lit hand: Tunwdl out his pockt Is Id ihc Itttilks horde. And Lock himself to join the sleeping band. The I illlc ubcs upon lhe Libit railed, And minslcd wilh (he 4|uarlen lying; there; A mhIi " sikIi vuuld di ' lucb l3ie maunJIain ' jj peace Hy turning grey aur warlhy cliapLin ' i Jutr, The yell of Neograph ring;: hud and clear; Students La cries, oF " SeaVmgati " five heed. And ruining wildly up and down the flair, Make haste la guurrriindiTf- live remaining f«d. And o it aw , And w th ninriU put cm VTulli naufiht to cJiUfft their tld Monotony; S v in (kcjjik bb.I bunt of ferert flames — Or w«t nlreanfntnt adds- la revelry. And thu ii ihill eonJinuc lull the time When ir(. «r ve in Kutrnn condite meel. And Inert di«(ttsinn business old end new. Shall grinl dnJoma:. — consolation sweet I Gut shuuld ihey pity uj who deign la squirm Nealh iqjelilHifij- of the awful si-ghl, J liey d quickEy give us bad the -Sumrner ItFITi, Then all would betler be, holh -day end lUghti — AjlofiyfinoUs, 220


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