Vanderbilt University - Commodore Yearbook (Nashville, TN)

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Irregular Students. . . Patriotism .l........ Moon Dreams ...... Honors .................. Prizes Awarded in 1896 .... CLUBS .........,...................... Southern History Association ,..... Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs .... The Glee Club ..................... Post Graduates' Club .... Alabama Club ...... . . Kentucky Club... Mississippi Club .... Texas Club ............ Virginia Club ............ Wall and Mooney Club . . . Wallace School Club ..... Chess Club ............. West Side Row Club .... Wesley Hall Club .... Authors' Club ...... ALL SORTS .....,........ Dialectic Society ..... Philosophic Society ........ Alumni Association ............ . . . . . Vanderbilt-Sewanee Debate .....,........ . ...., . . , l Southern Inter-collegiate Oratorical Contest Alpha Theta Phi ........................... I t Bachelors of Ugliness . .. Y. M. C. A ........... Fishing ..... . . PUBLICATIONS ........... Hustler. .... .... ..... . Observer and Courier . . . . 6 119 115 120 122 123 126 129 130 131 135 137 139 143 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 156 153 156 158 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 185 After the Ball .... ATHLETIC-S I Kisssd Again .... Football ....... . Spiked ......,...... Baseball ........ ,.,.. Looking Backward ..... x 'l rack Team ..,.. .............,., .... . Best Vanderbilt Records ............ ............. Southern Inter-collegiate Athletic Association .. . ClassF1elclDay... ..................... Vanderbilt Lawn Tennis Association .... Basketball Teams .................... Gymnasium Team ...,. . . . . Foul Tackle ................... Uncertainty, Predestination ..... Co-eds, .Tilted ........,....... LITERARY . A Communication , . . .. .. ........ ..... A Proposal ......................................... f ..... Some Questions Asked by the Ex-Lawyer .............. .... Parable of the Lost Black Sheep, to C. B. with a Bouquet . . "Medic Days" ........................................ ..... The Burden of Hoss ........ ........ A Freshman's Notebook. "A VVail".. A Seminary of the 56th Century .,.. Son gs, Quotations, Texts ......... Book Reviews... .. Weather Report ....., Editorial ........, W Vanity Fair Fmis ....... Ads... EH' ':' - 1 , Y ,' 4 -N - E "1"-': 'iF.u-,w.', - ,fl K 'fi' 1 .1 , K3 1 2 ' ,f jr " H51 J: ,V ,geiiffllfn 2 g A V 'T , ' ' 'Lt 1 5 r- I 186 187 188 191 192 195 196 199 200 201 202 203 204 207 208 209 ZI 0 211 212 214 215 2 I 7 218 219 221 2,22 225 250 251 232 233 234 1 t N , X . f l Nl ' W , 1 1 . . i Vg. X ig Q J Y ,WHA - .I ' 5, 14 Hr Ill assay lllIl'0dllCli0lI. When the present little band who have cast their tents here, shall have passed to the halls of the greater Teacher, and the burdens of life now light as thistle down, crush with an unsup- portable Weight, this volume may recall some cherished face, or crystallize the memory of these peaceful scenes. 1 it 5? 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Cl'1fkIQ.l'1AN DP THE BOAED. rLlTElZAlZY COMIVIITTEL - lLl-USTl2A'1'IGN CONITVIITTERL' BUSINESS COMMITTEE, - f9eL.MZ,6."' ,WQZZQ -- CHTTQQZQLPA O Q X do 4f:vWq14mf2AL DFl4"'U MAKK 027Jz,1wpW1,,62M,N6"1-uza...,-.fx..l'XL , Nm 0 V0,,i,g:,z,7KAMfld,gJf-1, 7fL,6'7w"bZ Bom 215, ATO Wfgfwvm iN 5 13 MAY 20, MAY 21, MAX' 22, SEPT. 13 SEPT. 14 SEPT. 15 SEPT. 15, OCT. 4, Nov. 25, DEC. 24, JAN. 2, JAN. 31, FEB. 1, FEB. 22, MAIQ. 24, APRIL 7, MAY 19, MAY 20, MAY 21, MAY 27, MAY 30, JUNE 10, JUNE 11, JUNE 12, l A J J Thursday-Safurday. M01zday-- Wedvzesday. Wedrzesday. lldonday. Thursday. Friday. Sunday. Moyzday. Tuesday. Tuesday. Thursday. T lzursday. Thursday- Friday. Monday. Friday. Saturday. Sunday. Saturday. University alendar. i ,J 1 L i ,F S P ,S Z I l i L 5 I S P s 2 Ji i l897. First Entrance Examinations for the Session 1897-98, Academic, Pharmaceutical, and Engi- neering Departments. Second Extrance Examinations for the Session 1897-98, Academic, Pharmaceutical, and Engi- neering Departments. The First Term begins in the Academic, Bibli- cal, Law, Pharmaceutical, and Engineering Departments. The Session begins in the Medical and Dental Departments. Thanksgiving Day. lectic Society. Anniversary of the Dia- Christmas Vacation from the evening of Thurs- day, December 25, to the morningof Monday, January 3. 1898. The First Term ends. The Second Term begins. Washington's Birthday. Anniversary of the Philosophic Society. Commencement Exercises of the Dental De- partment. Commencement Exercises of the Medical De- partment. First Entrance Examinations for the Session 1898-99, Academic, Pharmaceutical, and En- gineering Departments. Founder's Day. Contest for Founder's Medal Ceveningj. Final Examinations begin. Contest for the Young Prize Medal ieveningj. Class Day. Commencement Sermon. 15 .TUNE 13, Movzday. Annual Meeting of the Board of Trust C9 A. MJ Alumni Day. Business Meeting C10 A.M.D, JUNE 13' jwonday' Public Exercises Ceveningb. JUNE 14, Tuesday. Contest for the A. L. P. Green Medal C10 A. MJ JUNE14, Tugjdayl Aiggxialvll-sddress before the University body .TUNE 15, Wedfzesday. Commencement Day. The Commencement Sermon, .Tune 13,1897, was preached by Dr. McIntyre, of Chicago. The Annual Address, June 15,1897, was delivered by Hon. Samuel F. Hunt, of Ohio. F ' QN f.f" X 1. U Q. . i s 'b u m V' uk? " I 5 LA, ' i 5 M Us -2 'ff ' of if 4' 'I ? '1 .- l' . uf 5 LQ " 16- V ,- NX , . ,, Nm. ,M S 1 dup. .Mf g A. 4611- QQ, M .df I v ?ta5ai?,l v ' vW'l1 5 5, Na qi Q16 Z 'V 1:11 X Q " - f,'Y'rr 'l 5' E Q "- KL- b f Y? MWTXQNMZI 'vs we l, 1. 'Xi fa . X' 5. LAW hd SA f,-P ,H as t, 4 Q .1 4j g,EgfJ"Qf , . y ,ix ,J '19 , wx ' .3 1,20 N I W . S . ' Vf,,,,LZ'6m , mm lo Professor of , - ffiCQl'S of illSIl'llCli0ll dlld GOVQYIIMQIII. FACULTY. JAMES H. KIRICLAND, A.M., PH.D., LLD., Chancellor and Professor of Latin Language and Literature. South Avenue, Campus. JAMES M. SAEEOIID, MD., PH.D., CYalej, Natural History and Geology, and Dean of the Pharmaceutical Department 301 South Spruce Street. WILLIAM M. BASKERVILL, A.M., PH. D., CLeipsicD, Professor of English Language and Literature. Central Avenue, Campus. WILLIAM J. VAUGHN, A.M,, LL.D., Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, and Librarian. 7 West Avenue, Campus, WILLIAM L. DUDLEY, MD., Professor of Chemistry, and Dean of the Medical Department. 37 W'esley Hall, Campus. COLLINS DENNY, A.M., BL., Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy. 6 'West Avenue, Campus. A. R. HOHLFELD, A. M., PHD., CLeipsicJ, Professor of Germanic Languages. 9 West Avenue, Campus. HERBERT CUSHING TOLNIAN, PH.D., fYalej, Professor of Greek Language and Literature. 48 Wesley Hall, Campus. JOHN DANIEL, M.A., Professor of Physics. 2022 West End Avenue. J. T. MCGILL, PH D., Adjunct Professor of Chemistry. 108 Wesley Hall, Campus. FREDERICK W. MOORE, PH.D., CYalej, Adjunct Professor of History and Economics. 144 Wesley Hall, Campus. AUSTIN H. MERRILL. A.M., Adjunct Professor of Elocution. 62 NVQ'-:sley Hall, Campus. THOMAS ATKINSON JENKINS, PH.D., Adjunct Professor of Romance Languages. 19 Garland Avenue. 17 WILBUR F. TILLE'FT, A.M., D.D., Vice Chancellor, Professor of Systematic Theology, and Dean of the Theolog Professor of South Avenue, Campus. GROSS ALEXANDER, S.T.D., Professor of New Testament Greek and Exegesis. Z West Avenue, Campus. O. E. BROWN, A. M., D.D., Professor of Biblical and Ecclesiastical History. 3 VVest Avenue, Campus. J. H. STEVENSON, B.A., B. D., Adjunct Professor of Hebrew and Qld Testament Exegesis. 68 Wesley Hall, Campus. THOMAS H. MALONE, M.A., Equity Jurisprudence, Corporation and Commercial Law, and Law Faculty. Jackson Building. R. MCPHAIL SMITH, M.A., Professor of Common, Statute, and Constitutional Law. 3122 North College Street. ED. BAXTER, Professor of the Law of Evidence, Pleading and Practice. Chamber of Commerce Building. RICHARD DOUGLAS, M.D., Professor of Gynecology and Abdominal Surgery. Willcox Building. G. C. SAVAGE, M.D.. Professor of Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Throat, and Nose. 710 Church Street. DUNCAN EVE, M.A., M.D., Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery. T02 Church Street. J. H. WITHERSPOON, M.D., Professor of Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicin e. 206 North Summer Street. THOMAS MENEES, M.D , Professor of Obstetrics. 141 N. Summer Street. Ross DUNN, M.D., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 206 North Summer Street. GEORGE H. PRICE, M.D., Professor of Physiology. '710 Church Street. QWEN H. WILSON, B.E., M.D., Professor of An atomy, and Clinical Lecturer on Pediatrics. Willcox Building, 18 ical Faculty. Dean of the ERNEST B. SANGREE, A.M., M.D., Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology. 409 South Belmont Avenue. J. R, BUIST. M.D., Clinical Professor of Nervous Diseases. 150 North Spruce Street. W. FRANK GLENN, M.D., Clinical Professor of Genito-Urinary and Venereal Diseases. 30855 Cedar Street. E. A. RUDDIMAN, PH.Ml, M D., Adjunct Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacy in the Department of Pharmacy, and Lecturer on Pharmacy in the Medical Department. 108 Wesley Hall, Campus. WILLIAM H. MORGAN, M.D., D DS., Professor of Clinical Dentistry and Dental Pathology, and Dean Of the Dental Faculty. 211 North High Street. ROBERT R FREEMAN, MD, DDS., Professor of Mechanical and Corrective Dentistry. ' 159 North Summer Street. THOMAS A. ATCHISON, M.D., Professor of Materia Medica and Special Therapeutics. 150 North Spruce Street. D. R. STUBBLEFIELD, M.A., MD, DDS., Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy in the Dental Department. 402 WVillcox Building. AMBROSE MORRISON, M.D., Professor of Anatomy and Physiology in the Dental Department. Jackson Building. HENRY W. MORGAN, M.D., DD.S., Professor of Operative Dentistry and Dental Hygiene. 211 North High Street. LARKIN SMITH, M.D., Adjunct Professor of Oral Surgery, Histology, and Pathology. Jackson Building. W. H. SCI-IUERMAN, OE., Professor of Civil Engineering, and Dean of the Engineering Faculty. -8 VVest Avenue, Campus. CHARLES SUMNER BROWN, NLE., QYalej, Adjunct Professor of Mechanical Engineering. 117 North Belmont Avenue. WILS WILLIAMS, Secretary of the Faculty. 1613 NVest Broad Street. 19 IIISIYIICTOYS, TQIIOWS dlld HSSBIZIIITS dlld 0072? 0ffiCQI'S W. H. HOLLINSHEAD, PH.G., Instructor in Chemistry. 2301 West End Avenue. PAUL M. JONES, DSC., . Instructor in Natural History and Geology, and Lecturer on Embryology in the Nledical Director of th Department. 93 Wesley Hall, Campus. WILLIAM HAMILTON KIRIQ, PHD., Instructor in Latin. 2012 VVest End Avenue. WILLIAM C. BRANHAM, M. A., Instructor in English and History. 139 Wesley Hall, Campus. J. GIQANBERX' JAcKsoN, C E., Instructor in Drawing. 1515 Broad Street. J. T. GWATHMEY, M.D.. e Gymnasium, and Instructor in Physical Exercise 219 Russell Street. J. T. ALTMAN, M.D.. Instructor in Physical Diagnosis. 704 South Cherry Street. J. WAIQIQEN CLARK, B.A., Fellow and Assistant in Greek. 157 Wesley Hall. Campus. J. 0. BIAHONEY, CE., Fellow and Assistant in Mathematics. 156 Wesley Hall, Campus. CHARLES P. YVILLIAMS, B. A., ellow and Assistant in Latin. XVest Side Row, Campus. F CAMPBELL BONNER, B.A , ellow and Assistant in German. 1516 Hawkins Street. F WILLIAM HUGPIES, B.A.. low and Assistant in Mathematics' W'est Side Row, Campus. Fel ELMER R. SMITH, BA , Assistant in English 147 Wesley Hall, Campus. 20 JOHN MAGRUDER SULLIVAN, A.M., Assistant in Astronomy. 1712 Hayes Street. ROBERT L. LUND, C.E., Fellow and Assistant in Engineering. West Side Row, Campus. WILLIAM HAMILTON JOHNSON, B.E., Fellow and Assistant in Mechanical Engineering. West Side Row, Campus. G. P. EDWARDS, M.D., Lecturer on Electro-Therapeutics. Jackson Building. CLAUDE WALLER, M.S., LTAB , Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence. McGavoclc Building. JOHN W. ROSS, M.D., CSurgeon, U. S. Navyj, . Lecturer on Hygiene. Clarksville, Tenn. FIRMAN SMITH, Lecturer on Dental Jurisprudence. 43 Chamber of Commerce Building. W. H. WITT, M.A., M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy, and Lecturer on Regional Anatomy. 151 North Spruce Street. F. W. DORTCH, B.A.. Demonstrator of Chemistry, and Assistant to the Chair of Chexnistryin the Medical Department. f 815 South Summer Street. l I . RICHARD A. BARR, B.A.i, M.D., Demoristrator of Gynecology and Abdominal Surgery. and First Assistant Deiuonstrator of Anatomy. I 3 Mill Building. J. A. DALE, D.D.S., Dernonstrator in Chief, Lecturer on Crown and Bridge NVork, and Teacher of Dental Technics. 2172 North Summer Street. J. C. EPLER, M.D., Demonstrator of Surgery, and Assistant to the Chair of Surgery. 161 North Cherry Street. J. M. BASS, M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy in the Dental Department. 217 North Summer Street. R. M. ANDERSON, M.D., Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, and Assistant to the Chair of Anatomy. Corner Ash and Cherry Streets. 'll OLIN WEST, PH.C., First Assistant Dernonstrator of Chemistry. 160 Wesley Hall, Campus. LOUIS LEROY, M.D., Assistant in Pathology and Bacteriology. 406 Elm Street. W. E. BUIST, M.D., Assistant to the Chair of Anatomy, and Assistant Denionstrator of Anatomy. 150 North Spruce Street. WILLIAM E. ANDERSON, PH.C.. Assistant Demonstrator of Chemistry. 111 South Spruce Street. HARRY C. REES, PILC., Assistant Dernonstrator of Chemistry. 111 South Spruce Street. E. D. ROSE. D.D.S., Assistant Demonstrator of Operative and Mechanical Dentistry. 156 North High Street, JOSEPH T. MEADORS, D.D.S., Assistant Demonstrator of Mechanical Dentistry and Technic. Columbia, Tenn. RUEUS E. FORT, M.D., Assistant to the Chair of Obstetrics. 143 North Summer Street. LUcIUs E. BURCH, M.D., Assistant to the Chair of Surgery. Bear Springs, Tenn. HARRINGTON MARE, M.D., Assistant to the Chair of Gynecology and Abdominal Surgery. Douglas Sanitarium. J. H. MCCALL, M.D., Assistant to the Chair Of Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Chattanooga, Tenn. . I. A. GAINES, M.D., Physician to the College Dispensary, and Assistant to the Chair of Practice Of Medicine 204 North Summer Street. J. L. WATICINS, M.D., Assistant to the Chair of Physiology. 157 North Cherry Street. R. S. DOAK, M.D., Assistant to the Chair of Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose, 11 South Carroll Street. CLIFTON R. ATCHISON, M.D., Assistant in Materia Medica and Special Therapeutics in the Dental Department. 150 North Spruce Street. '77 ...l JOHN ASHFORD, ' Engineer and Instructor in Machine Shop. Central Avenue, Campus. W. PHILLIPS CONNELL, Assistant in Physics, Grand Avenue. CLAUDE B. FARRINGTON, Assistant in the Chemical Laboratory. 214 North High Street. CHARLES M. LUTZ, Assistant in the Chemical Laboratory. 143 W'esley Hall, Campus. JOHN COLLIN MOORE, Assistant in the Chemical Laboratory. Waverly Place. GEORGE W. HARRISON, Assistant in the Pharmaceutical Laboratory. 2140 Church Street. E. FRANK GRIFFIN, Assistant Demonstrator of Mechanical Dentistry 126 North Summer Street. E B. CADE, Assistant Demonstrator of Mechanical Dentistry 302'Nortl1 High Street. DAVID DOUGLAS, Superintendent of Grounds. 4 West Avenue, Campus. A. E. GODWIN, Custodian of Medical Building. Corner Elin and Summer Streets. 'X'w 23 X J Q3 l Jil-21 , Nf'f'w f , fl 'GAL hi.-.A-Ajhx H Q . ,f'!:?Q4?,l- CK N A- 17' U 2512 1 f' 1 - ,A A, , ix M, .,f ,V ,x .5 ,. V ! "A 'X ' N' -af 'lf -fffifw TW fr5""' , ' AX. ,tix X X51 V. I i, , ,lf Q 5 W JW. 5 KA., fr xt, K V, ,.,L7 .. H- ,'ll.,lEI Qxgfl 'X --if yfff'ffy5 KRW-H y6 K? 1"1 -xml Dv if Klf'-,H:"kl 155' 'Nix' f"7IKX F H 5 V ' in f -J kg. 1, Qvz-',f .2q A, ,,f,,g ff f. 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Amherst Collegeg Rhode Island Alpha, Brown Uni- versityg New York Alpha, Cornell Universityg New York Beta, Union University, New York Delta, Columbia Universityg New York Epsilon, Syracuse Universityg Penn- sylvania Alpha, Lafayette Collegeg Pennsylvania Beta, Gettysburg Collegeg Penn- sylvania Garnrna, Washington and Jefferson Collegeg Pennsylvania Delta, Allegheny Collegeg Pennsylvania Epsilon, Dickinson Collegeg Pennsylvania Zeta, University of Pennsylvaniag Pennsylvania Eta, Lehigh University. p OOO . Beta. Province.-Virginia Beta, University of Virginia, Virginia Gamma, Randolph Macon Collegeg Virginia Zeta. lVashington and Lee Universityg North Carolina Beta, University of North Carolinag Kentucky Alpha, Centre College: Kentucky Delta, Cen- tral Universityg Tennessee Alpha, Vanderbilt Universityg Tennessee Beta, University of the South. O'O I Gamma Province.-Georgia Alpha, University of Georgia: Georgia Beta, Emory Collegeg Georgia Gamma, Mercer Universityg Alabama Alpha, University of Alabamag Alabama Beta, Alabama Polytechnic Instituteg Mississippi Alpha, University of Mis- sissippig Louisiana Alpha, Tulane University of Louisianag Texas Beta, University of Texas, Texas Gamma, Southwestern University. 000 Delta Province--Ohio Alpha, Miami Universityg Ohio Beta, Ohio "Wesleyan Uni- versityg Ohio Gamma, Ohio University, Ohio Delta, University of Woosterg Ohio Zeta, Ohio State University, Ohio Eta, Case School of Applied Scienceg Indiana Alpha, Indiana Universityg Indiana Beta, Vifabash Collegeg Indiana Gamma, Butler Collegeg Indiana Delta, Franklin Collegeg Indiana Epsilon, Hanover Collegeg Indiana Zeta, DePauw Universityg Indiana Theta, Purdue Universityg Michigan Alpha, University of Michigang Michigan Beta, State College of Michigang Michigan Gamma, Hillsdale College. 26 Epsilon Province.-Illinois Alpha, Northwestern University: Illinois Delta, Knox College: Illinois Epsilon, Illinois Wesleyan University: Illinois Zeta, Lombard Uni- versity: Illinois Eta, University of Illinois: Wisconsin Alpha, University of Wisconsin: Minnesota Alpha, University of Minnesota: Missouri Alpha, University of the State of Missouri: Missouri Beta, VVestminster College: Missouri Gamma, Washington Uni- versity: Iowa Alpha, Iowa Wesleyan University: Iowa Beta, State University of Iowa: Kansas Alpha, University of Kansas: Nebraska Alpha, University of Nebraska: Cali- fornia Alpha, University of California: California Beta, Leland Stanford, Ir., University. QVC? ALUMNI CHAPTERS. Massachusetts Alpha, Boston: New York Alpha, N. Y. City: Pennsylvania Alpha, Pittsburg: Pennsylvania Beta. Philadelphia: Maryland Alpha, Baltimore: Washington D. C. Alpha: Virginia Alpha, Richmond: Kentucky Alpha, Louisville: Tennessee Alpha, Nashville: Georgia Alpha, Columbus: Georgia Beta, Atlanta: Georgia Gamma, Macon: Alabama Alpha, Montgomery: Alabama Beta, Selma: Alabama Gamma, Birmingham: Alabama Delta, Mobile: Ohio Alpha, Cincinnati: Ohio Beta, Akron: Ohio Gamma, Cleveland: Indiana Alpha, Franklin: Indiana Beta, Indianapolis: Illi- nois Alpha, Chicago: Illinois Beta, Galesburg: Wisconsin Alpha, La Crosse: Min- nesota Alpha, Minneapolis and St. Paul: Missouri Alpha, Kansas City: Missouri Beta, St. Louis: Colorado Alpha, Denver: Utah Alpha, Salt Lake City: California Alpha, San Francisco: California Beta, Los Angeles: Washington Alpha, Spokane. 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Macldin, '8l. XV. R. Nlanier, 'SL J. XV. Manier, Jr., '89 W. B. Palmer, '80. E. A. Price, '82. FRATRES IN FACULTATE. C. B. Richardson, '86 J. NV. Sewell, '88. Walter Stokes, '86. G. J. Stubbletield, '87 Lytton Taylor, "76. Pope Taylor, '89. Devereaux Lake. '96, V. L. Terrill, '96. J. H. XVest, '80. E. H. Vaughn, '9O. E. B. Crockett, '93. A. R. CARTER, B.A.. Member of the Board of Trust. JoI-IN DANIEL, M.A., Professor of Physics. P. M. JONES, M.S., D.Sc., Instructor in Natural History and Geology. L.-XRKIN SNIITH, M.D., Adjunct Professor of Oral Surgery, Histology, and V, Pathology. W. H. WITF, M.A., M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy, and Lecturer on Re- gional Anatomy. X JUDGE CLAUDE VVALLER, M.S., LL.B., Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence. R. A. BARR, B.A., M.D., Deinonstrator Gynecology and Abdominal Surgery, and First Assistant Denionstrator of Anatomy. C. P. VVILLIANIS, B.A., Fellow, and Assistant in Latin. HAIQIZINGTON MARR, M.D., Assistant to the Chair of Gynecology and Abdomi- nal Surgery. S. J. Battin ......... .. Class of '97. Ben Childers, CB.A., '95J .......... .... I 4L.B .... Norman Farrell, Jr., CBS.. '95J W. S. Fitzgerald ......... ... E.S.Jones ,,., . J.D.Langley ...................... .... H. J. Livingstor1,Jr.,fB.A., '95l Hill McA1ister ........... ...,.. C. P. Williains, CB.A., '95j .... E. M. Rankin, CB.A., '96l ,... LL.B... ....B.A.... B.D .... LL.B... ....LL.B ,. 31 ...Norfolk, Va. ...Pulaski, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. . . . .Nashvil1e, Tenn. . . . .Lexington Mo. ....Norfolk, Va. Brownsville, Tenn ....Nashville, Tenn. .,..Manstielcl, La. .. . .Lexington Mo. H. M. Boogher .... Herbert Carr .... T. R. Foster .... J. B. Pitman .... Oscar Teague. .. NS. XV. Turner ..,. VV. F. Bradshaw, .Tr .... Louis Farrell ...... R. B. C. Howell. .. A. L. Brevard .... R. M. Hobbie .... H. M. Anderson .... D. A. Breard, Jr.. . J. C. Carlisle ...... A. W. Harris, Jr. .. S. C. Pilcher ....... 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ALPHA-Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va. GAMMA-University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. DELTA-Wofford College, Spartanburg, S. C. EPSILON-Emory College, Oxford, Ga. ZETA-Randolph Macon College, Ashland, Va ETA-Richmond College, Richmond Va. THETA--Kentucky State A. 8z M. College, Lexington, Ky, IOTA-Furman University, Greenville, S. C. KAPPA-MBYCCF University, Macon Ga. LAMBDA-University of Virginia, Char- lottesville, Va. NU-Polytechnic Institute A. 81 M. Col- lege, Auburn, Ala. X1-Southwestern University. George- town, Texas. OMICRON-University of Texas, Austin, Texas. PI -University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. RHO-South Carolina College, Columbia, S. C. SIGMA Davidson College, Mecklenburg, County, N. C. UPSILON-University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, N. C. PHI-Southern University, Greensboro, Ala CHI-Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. 1 PSI-Tulane University, New Orleans, La. OMEGA-'CCIIAKCY College, Danville, Ky. ALl'IiA ALPHA-University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn. 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Bigham, D.D., fEpsi1onj. Joshua Barton QA1pha Epsilonj. Rev. Frank W. Barnett CChiJ. VV111. Capers Cherry QChiJ. Sanfl K. Cowan QChij. Hugh D. Dallas CBetaJ. J. Horton Fall, Jr. CChij. Dr. J. T. Gwathniey QBetaJ. G. Y. Gibbs fSlg1'l13.J. Thos. T. Hart fChiJ. J,,fEdward Hart QChiJ. Esfablislzed April 9, 18.83. Zolorsi Grimson and 0ld Gold. FRATRES IN URBE. YV. D. Hardeman CI-letal. Verner M. Jones lChiy. Cave Johnson CAlpha Epsilonj. Jno. Bell Keeble fChiJ. E. T. Kirkpatrick lSig1naJ. Clarence L. Lewis. Jr. CChiJ. Frank G. lvlorgan CPD. Reverdy V. Estil1fAlpha Alphaj. Dr. XV1n. F. McKenney CChip. Thos. H. Malone, Jr. QChij. Edwin Murray CBetaJ. L. B. Noland CChij. Lawrence O'Brien fChip. Richard C. Plater CChij. W'a1ter M. Pierce CEpsilonJ J. C. Ramsey CPU. M. M. Ross CChi7. A. NV. Shipp CDeltaQ. Thos. C. Tanner CPU. J. Ross Thomas CBetaj. C. C. Vertrees jPiJ. A. H. NVood CAlpha Betaj. J. M. Williaiiis CChij. Rev. R. J. Bigham, D.D. CEpsilonj. J. L. Whitworth CLambdaJ Rev. C. S. Gardner fl-Dtaj. W. S. Yarborough fChiJ. Vf Reau E. Folk CTauJ. VV. G. Ames fChij. FRATRES IN FACULTATE. J. T. GWATHMEY, M.D., Istructor in Physical Culture, and Director in Gym- nasium. J. G. JACKSON, B.E., Instructor in Drawing. B. E. Young .... T. P. Dudley .... Louis A. Davis. . . . . George H. Jones ..... R. C. McKie ,......... M. Marshall Morgan Post Graduates. Class of '97. LL.R..., .....LL.B.... .....LL.B.... 37 ....Louisvil1e, Ky. . . . NVinchester, Ky. . . . . .Weatherford, Texas. . . . .Macon, Miss. ....San Marcos, Texas. .. . .Nasl'1Ville, Tenn. N. Nelson Leonard. . . .Taines A. Omberg. Clarence Finn .... M. W. Bush ....... E. A. Cox. ...... . Harry L. Marshall C. S. Young ....... Marshall Morris.. Edward R. Barcus Charles R. Baker. James P. March.. Joe P. Farrer ..... W. Lyles Black. .. Class of '98. ....LL.B... ....B.E... ,...LL.B.., Class of '99. ....l5.A... Class of l900. ....B.A.. .. ....B.A... .ws,"'N- Boonville, Mo. Memphis, Tenn. 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Z0l0l'S: SCdl'lQf and HIIIQ. CHAPTERS. ALPHA-University of Virginia ...,,......... . BETA-Massachusetts Institute of Technology. . . . GAMMA-Emory College ......,,... . ....... . , DELTA-Rutgers College. ...l........ . . , . EPSILON-Hampden-Sidney College . . . . . . ZETA-Franklin and Marshall College. . . ETA-University of Georgia ................ THETA-A---RCHSSElHCf Polytechnic Institute. . . . . IOTA-Ohio State University .,........... LAMBDA-University of California ...... MU-Stevens Institute of Technology ..., NU-University of Texas. ...,.. ......... . . . XI-Cornell University ..... ...... ......... . OMICRON-Sheffield Scientific School QYalej . , . P1-Vanderbilt University ...... ........... RHO--Lafayette College . . . SIGMA -Wofford College ........ TAU-South Carolina University. . . . PHI-Amherst College .... . ..... . Psi-Lehigh University. . . . . 40 Charlottesville, Va. Boston. Mass. Oxford, Ga. New Brunswick, N. J Hampden-Sidney, Va. Lancaster, Pa. Athens. Ga. Troy, N. Y. Columbus, O. Berkeley, Cal. Hoboken. N. J. .. . .Austin, Tex. Ithaca, N. Y. New Haven, Conn. Nashville. Tenn. Easton, Pa. Spartanburg, S. C. Columbia, S. C. Amherst, Mass. South Bethlehem, Pa v A v 9 Q?--3' Q 7m vu :muff 42 Pi Zbdptel' of Ubi Phi. Esfablishea' lesiriiif. FRATRES IN URBE. James I. Vance, D.D. J. Bailey Browder. J. S. Lipscomb. H. A. Tyler. Prof. C. B. Wallace. Jl W. Maddin, Jr., M.D J. B. O'Bryan, Jr. Harris Allen. B. H. Enloe, M.D. Holmes Duff. H. W. Lowrie. Paul Riddle. Pierre Drouillard. W. R. Cole. Driver Fulton. Johnson Bransford. W. E. Buist, M.D. FRATRES IN SCHOLIS URBIS. Binford Throne, A.B. Crown Torrence. Robert G. Throne, Jr. Leonidas Polk. Post Graduate Student '97. Benjamin M. Drake fA.M.j .. . X, John B. A. Howe .... . . . . John Collin Moore. ....., . Daniel T. Merritt QA.B.j .... . Geo. N. MacDonell, A.B. ...,Ph.D .... Class of '98, 'N .. ..B.S.... ..B.D... Class of '99. William T. Caswell ...,.... . ..... B.E . . Frank L. Whitman CB.Sc.j ........ D.D.S. William P. Howe. . Class of 1900. . . . .A.B . ,. 43 Louisiana. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Norfolk, Va. Nashville, Tenn. Auburn, Ala. Nashville, Tenn. ALPHA . . . BETA .... GAMMA .... DELTA EPSILON .... ZETA ,... ETA .... THETA . . . IOTA .... KAPPA . . . LAMBDA . . MU ..... NU. . . . OMICRON . . . PI ........ RHO ...... SIGMA .,.. TAU ........ UPSII,ON . . . CHI ...... PSI ..... ..... OMEGA ......... ALPHA ALPHA. . ALPHA BETA... ALPHA GAMMA. ALPHA DELTA . . ALPHA ALPHA ZETA. .. ALPHA LADIBDA ALPHA ETA .... ALPHA NU .... ALPHA XI. . . ALPHA PI ..,... ALPHA SIGMA . ALPHA TAU .... ALPHA UPSILON ALPHA CHI. . . . ALPHA OMEGA. BETA ALPHA. . . BI-:TA GAMMA. . . BETA DELTA. . . BETA EPSILON. . BETA ZETA .... EPSILON .... ..... Beta Cbeta Pi Fraternity. Founded 1839. Miami ............. .... Western Reserve.. . . . . Washington-Jefferson .. DePauw .........., ..., Centre ............ .... Hampden-Sidney .... Harvard ............ Ohio Wesleyan .... Hanover ..... . Brown .................. University of Michigan . Cumberland ............ Union .................. University of Virginia. Indiana University ..... Northwestern ....... Stevens Institute .... Wabash .......... Boston . . Beloit... ..... ..... . Bethany ,..... .......... University of California .... .... Columbia ............... State University of Ohio Wittenberg ............. Westminster ...... Iowa Vifesleyan ..... Denver University .. Wooster. . . . ..... . .. Denison ........... . University of Kansas.. . Knox ......... . . ....... University of Wisconsin Dickinson ... .......... . .University of Nebraska. Pennsylvania State .... Johns Hopkins ..... . .Dartmouth ..., . Kenyon .... Rutgers . . . Cornell ...... Syracuse ...... St. Lawrence. . . 44 1839 1841 1842 1845 1848 1850 1843 1853 1853 1849 1845 1854 1881 1855 1845 1873 1879 1845 1876 1862 1860 1879 1881 1865 1867 1867 1868 1888 1872 1868 1872 1855 1873 1874 1888 1888 1887 1889 1879 1891 1876 1889 1879 BETA ETA ..... BETA THETA. . BETA IOTA .... BETA KAPPA. , . BETA LAMB DA. BETA NU ...... BETA OIXIICRON. . . BETA P1 ...... BETA CHI ..... ZETA PHI ..... ETA BETA ..... THETA DELTA. MU EPSTLON. . . PHI ALPHA .... PHI CH1 ....,,. LAMBDA RHO. ...Maine State. . ., .. .Colgate ...... ... ...Amherst ........ ... ...Ohio University .... . . . .Vanderbilt ............. . . . . . .University of Cincinnati . . . . . . . .University of Texas... . . . .. . .University of Minnesota. . .. . . .Lehigh ................. . . . . . .University of Missouri. . . . . . . . . . .University of North Carolina... . .... . . .Ohio State University ..... ... .....Wes1eyan......,.......,. ..Davidson ...... .... . . .....University of Chicago... LAMBDA SIGMA .... ..... L eland Stanford .....,.. , my my - - 'xiil n l h .... .... .5f.9.513..?4 . T-gf.f -'4E1-Ei-QQ f:':I1:-'ifff1'Ii':':'5 , J fx if" .-"ff 41:-'-2'-Si? WDW Vi. 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X- - - A5312-1 A I' 3' , g zil if " +-1 f "':-?- fri- 2 4, V1- 4 inf: - -J, ,, , '-- -- is -'1 '- ' N ' Lggfgd A-'yi-ii+" E+' ,. Q lf", '4 "A ff.ffI..g:.if- 'G' VL 5 I L.. TWENTIETH CENTURY VVOMAN. 46 is f Beta Lambda Qbapter of Beta theta Pi. James P. Atkinson. George F. Blackie. J. W. Blackmore. George C. Brown. Lucius P. Brown. Rev. R. K. Brown. Joseph W. Byrns. Charles Crutchfield. David Crutchfield. Tyler Calhoun. E. B. Davis. Samuel G. Douglass. Albert N. Fite. R. D. Goodlett, Jr. George B. Guild. Grafton Green. Dr. J. H. Handley. Dr. E. E. Hoss. VV. G. Hutchison. Richard Hall. Eslrzblished FEbI'llrZ1jl 23, 1884. FRATRES IN URBE. VV111. Caruthers. James A. Harris. Allen G. Hall. Ernest W. Jungerman. - W. G. Kirkpatrick. Judge H. H. Lurton. H. H. Lurton. Jr. Rev. Ira Landrith. A. D. Marks. F. C. Maury. FU L. Morris. R. L. Morris, Jr. J. N. McKenzie. J. S. O'Neal. Hamilton Parks. J. O. Pace. W. R. Payne. B. B. Ramage. J. B. Robertson. FRATRES IN FACULTATE. Rev. NV. T. Rodgers. E. B. Rucker. Herman D. Ruhtn. John Ruhni, Jr. C. C. Slaughter. Henry E. Smith. A. VV. Stockell. Charles C. Trabue. E. VV. Thompson. Gen. G. P. Thruston. Charles L. Thornburg. John B. Treanor. George G. Warren. Col. J. S. Walker. Graham Webb. Dr. R. L. C. VVhite. W'm, Henry VVilliamson. H. R. Nesbitt. Joe D. Treanor. T. Maddin Summers. Dean of Pharm aceutical JAMES M. SAFFORD, M.D., P1-LD. QBeta Kappa, '46y, Faculty and Professor of Natural Sciences. W. H. SCHUERMAN, C.E. CZeta Phip, Dean of Engineering Faculty and Pro- fn I fessor of Civil Engineering. INSTRUCTORS. W. C. BRANHAWI, M.A. CBeta Lambda '89y, Instructor in History and English. W. H. KIRK, PH.D. fAlpha Chi '957, Instructor in Latin. CHAPTER ROLL. Class of '97. J. A. G. Shipley .... ...... B .D. ,..... . Class of '98. Walter Naylor Davis. .... ...... B .A. ..... . . Daniel Webster Jones, Jr ..... .... B A... . . . Will Dixon Potter .... . . . George McPhail Smith . . Albert Colwell Steere.. . . -7- Class of 1900. 49 . . .Covington, Va. ...St. Louis, Mo. .. . . Q Little Rock, Ark . ..Gair1esville, Tex ....Nashville, Tenn. ....Shreveport, La. Kappa Sigma Fraternity. Fozmded af Uuiversily of Virginia, 1867. ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS. GAMMA-Louisiana S t a t e University Baton Rouge, La. DELTA-Davidson College, Davidson, N Carolina. EPSILON-Centenary College, Jackson, La ZETA-University of Virginia, Va. ETA- Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Va. THETA-Cumberland University, Leba non,Tenn. IOTA-Southwestern University, George- town, Texas. KAPPA-Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. LA MBDA-University of Tennessee, Knox- ville, Tenn. MU-Washington and Lee University Lexington, Va. NU-Williani and Mary College, YVilliams- burg, Va. X1-University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Ark. PI-SW3.tl11HOf6 College, Swathniore, Pa. SIGMA-Tulane University- New Orleans La TAU-University of Texas, Austin, Texas. UPSILON-I-I a 111 p d e n - S i cl n ey College Hampden-Sidney, Va. PHI-Southwestern Presbyterian Uni versity, Clarksville, Tenn. CHI-Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. PSI-Maine State College, Orono, Me. OMEGA-University of the South, Se wanee, Tenn. CHI-OMEGA-South Carolina College, Co lumbia, S. C. ETA PRIME-Trinity College, Durham N. C. ALPHA BETA-Mercer University, Macon, G H. ALPHA GAMMA-University of Illinois, Champaign, Ill. AI,PHA DELTA-Pennsylvania State Col- lege, State College, Pa. . ALPHA EPSILON-University of Pennsyl- vania, Philadelphia, Pa. ' ALPHA ZETA-University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. ALPHA ETA-Columbian U n iv e r s i t y, Washington, D. C. ALPHA THETA- Southwestern B apt i s t University, Jackson, Tenn. ALPHA IOTA-U. S. Grant University Athens, Tenn. ALPHA KAPPA-Cornell University, Itha- ca, N. Y. ' ALPHALAMBDA-University of Vermont Burlington, Vt. , 1 ALPHA MU-University of North- Caro- lina, Chapel Hill, N. C. - ALPHA NU-Wofford College, Spartan- burg, S. C. ALPHA XI-Bethel College, Russellville, KY ALPHA OMICRON-Kentucky University Lexington, Ky. ALPHA PI-Wabash College, Crawfords- ville, Ind. ALPHA 'RHO-Bowdoin College, Bruns- wick, Me. 1 ALPHA SIGMA- Ohio State University, CO- lumbus, Ohio. ALPHA TAU-Georgia School of Tech- nology, Atlanta, Ga. ALPHA UPSILON-Millsaps College, .Tack- son, Miss. ALPHA PHI?BLlCkU61l University, Lew- isburg, Pa. ALPHA CHI-Lake Forest University Lake Forest, Ill. ALPHA PSI-University of Nebraska, Lin- coln, Neb. ALPHA OMEGA-William Jewell College, Liberty, MO. 1 ALUMNI CHAPTERS. ' A YAZOO CITY, MISS. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. PHILADELPHIA, PA. ST. LOUIS, MO. PITTSBURG, PA. RICHMOND, VA. NEW YORK CITY. WASHINGTON D. C. NEW ORLEANS, LA. . 7 CHATTANOOGA, TENN. CHICAGO, ILL. LOUISVILLE, KY. .aff A , ,W ' f 'EP "v.,,f1 ww . V 32551, M 1 t! gi, w 1 V K' - 'y km, 5 , , a M. .II www x 44 - gs: 4 Am ' , . ,g,,wI.II.,I,II , frfew, , . ff ' A 3 W. 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Established 1877. Re-esiablished 1885. W. S. H, Armistead, H. D. Rankin Barbee, K. William Beard, K. McNeal Bond, Q. J. G. Branch, A. H. B. Buckner, 52. Lee Brock, SZ. L. S. Daniel, df. B. A. Enloe, Jr., 9. Frank Goodwin, rl. J. W. Tyler, A. W. O. Harris, K. E. T. Hollins, lf. R. H. Healan, A-lf, FRATRES IN URBE. C. T. Kercheval, If. C. T. Kirkpatrick, A L. N. Kirkpatrick, 5. H. A. McNally, W1 H. N. McTyeire, lf. H. R. Miller, 52. W. L. Miller, fl. W. F. Orr, Jr., K. R. F. O'Neal, A. R. J. M. Patterson, lf. J. Phillips, Jr., SZ. W. C. Phillips, SZ. Samuel Pointer, W. FRATRES IN FACULTATE. D. R. STUBBLEFIELD, M.A.. M.D., D.D.S., Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy in Dental Department. F. H. Powers, H. W. I. Reese, 0. M. H. Sharp, 0. W. E. Steger, lf. D. R. Stubbleheld, U. J. F. Sugg, A. C. M. Swartz, Q. C. W. Thompson. R. S. Thompson, lf. T. J. Tyne, K. Owen H. Wilson, K. J. R. Wilson, lf. Jas. J. Vaughn, H. W. S. Embry, 52. ff' OWEN H. WILSON, B.E., M.D., Professor of Anatomy and Lecturer on Pediatrics. CHAPTER ROLL. Class of '97. Robert Breckenridge Goree ........ Ph.C ..... Myles O'Conner ........ Benjamin Wolford Wait CA-Nj ...... M.A .... Thomas Clemens, Dye. . . Albert Carey Estes .... . James Claiborne Foster. James Hartwell l,Marable James Edward Moseley. Israel Mercer Putnam . Walter Willis Rosser. . . I Class of '98. .,....Ph.C..... ....M.D.... S3 . .Navasota, Tex. .. . .Leipers, Fork, Tenn . Barnwell, S. C. . .Plano, Tex. . .. Brownsville, Tenn. . Shreveport, La. . Clarksville, Tenn. . Clarksville, Tenn. . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. . . .Stevenson, Ala. Roy Smith Barnesbock James Hill Fullilove. . William Frederick Orr .... William Eakin Steger. . . James Williams Thompson Gifford Marvin Duckworth. . . . . . , Robert Pierce Duckworth . . . . . , . Richard Seth Terry, .4-.Y ..., ..,. Class of '99, B.S .... B.S B.E .D.DS.. w .l , ...,. 'Class of 1900. B.A.... B..-X DDS, Edwardsville, Ill. Shreveport, La. 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LAMBDA-Vanderbilt University, Nash- ville, Tenn. PI-University of Mississippi. PHI-Washington and Lee University Lexington, Va. BETA DELTA-University of Georgia Athens, Ga. BETA EPSILON-EIIIOFY College, Oxford, Ga. BETA TI-IETA-University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn. BETA XI-Tulane University, New Or- leans, La. 1 1 Grand- Division of the 'West. OMICRON-University of Iowa, Iowa City Iowa. s BETA GAMMA-University of Wisconsin Madison, Wis. BETA KAPPA-University of Colorado Boulder, Col. BETA PI-NQfthWCStCfH University, Ev- anston, Ill. BETA RHO-Leland Stanford University Palo Alto, Cal. BETA TAU-University of Nebraska, Lin- coln, Neb. BETA UPSII.ON-UHlVCfSltV of Illinois, Ur- bana, Ill. 1 a v Grand Division of the North. BETA-Ohio University, Athens, O. DELTA-University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. EPSILON-Albion College, Albion, Mich. A ZETA-Adelbert College, Cleveland, O. KAPPA-Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, lvl ich. MU-Ohio Wesleyan University, Dela- ware, O. CHI-KCHYOH College, Gambier, O. BETA ALPHA--Indiana University, Bloom- ington, Ind. BETA BETA-DePau'w University, Green- castle, Ind. BETA ZETA-Butler College, Irvington, Ind. - BETA PHI-Ohio State University, Co- lumbus, O. BETA PSI-YVHbHSh College, Crawfords- ville, Ind. Grand Division of the East. ALPHA-Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa. GAMMA-XVashington and Jefferson Col- lege, Washington, Pa. RI-IO-Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N. J. UPSILON-Rensselaer Polytechnic Insti- tute, Troy, N. Y. OMEGA-University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. BETA LAMBDA-Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa. ' BETA MU-Tufts College, Somerville, Mass. BETA NU -Massachusetts Institute Tech- nology, Boston. BETA OMICROM-CornellUniversity, Itha- ca, N. Y. BETA CHI-BFOWH University, Provi- dence, R. I. ALUMNI 1 NEW YORK, TWIN Cyjjy CHICAGCL' PITTSBURG, NASHVILLE, NEBRASKIA, CHAPTERS. CLEVELAND, N ENV ORLEANS, DETROIT, NEW ENGLAND, GRAND RAPI DS, CINCINNATI. 56 I I I I p 1 4 I QF, X for, 58 Edilibdd QMDIQI' of DQIIG Cdl! Dtlld. FRATRES IN URBE. Judge W. K. McAlister. J. W. Randolph. John Lellyett. W. R. Smith. E. S. Ashcraft. William Simmons. Walter Cain. L. J. Pardue. Preston Vaughn. W. T. Walters. John C. Brown. Frank Fite. T. T. Tyler. Frank B. Fogg. Henry Evans. i Post Graduate Student. John Magruder Sullivan fM.A.j. .Ph.D ..,. ... - Class of '97 . James E.,Atkeisson. , . .... M.D.. .. . Harry H.Griff1n.... . ..Ph.C.. .. Leon D. Kirby .... .... . A.B . ., Class of- '99. Alston Boyd ...... ..... A .B ..... Harry S.Stoke- .. . ,... .A.B.... W. B. Wooldridge. .. Class of 1900. Will C. Coleman ..... ..... A .B ,..... 59 Frank Allen. A. Goodman. H. S. Wilson. R. T. Smith. Goulding Marr. D. M. Bright. George D. Brengleman W. A. Covington. ..Louisiana. .. . .Tennessee . . . .South Carolina . . . .Tennessee . . . .Tennessee . . . .Tennessee . . . .Texas. . . . .Kentucky Sigma Hlpba Epsilon. Esfablished in 1856 at Unizfersizfy 0fAlfzbama. Ifzcorparaiea' 1892. ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS. Province Alpha-Massachusetts Beta Upsilon, Boston University, Boston 5 Massachu- setts Iota Tau, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston , Massachusetts Gamma, Harvard University, Cambridge: Massachusetts Delta, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Connecticut Alpha, Trinity College, Hartford. OOO Province Beta.--New York Mu, Columbia University, Brooklyn, New York Sigma Phi, St. Stephen's College, Annandale, Pennsylvania Omega, Allegheny College, Meadville, Pennsylvania Sigma Phi, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania Alpha Zeta, Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pennsylvania Zeta, Bucknell Univer- sity, Lewisburg. Wow Province Gamma-Virginia Omicron, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, 'Vir- ginia Signia, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, North Carolina Chi, Uni- versity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 5 North Carolina Theta, Davidson College, David- son, South Carolina Delta, South' Carolina College, Columbia, SoutH"Carolina Phi, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina Gamma, Wofford College, Spartan- burg, Georgia Beta, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia Psi, Mercer University, Macon , Georgia Epsilon, Emory College, Oxford , Georgia Phi, Georgia School of Tech- nology, Atlanta. 09? Province Delta.-Michigan Iota Beta, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha, Adrian College, Adrian, Ohio Sigma, Mt. Union College, Alliance, Ohio Delta, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio,Epsilon, University of Cincinnati, Cin- cinnati, Ohio Theta, Ohio State University, Columbus, Indiana Alpha, Franklin Col- lege, Franklin, Indiana Beta, Purdue University, Lafayette, Illinois Psi Omega, Northwestern University, Evanston. OW? , Province Epsilon-Kentucky Kappa, Central University, Richmond, Kentucky Iota, Bethel College, Russellville, Tennessee Zeta, Southwestern Presbyterian University, Clarksville, Tennessee Lambda, Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tennessee Nu, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee Kappa, University of Tennessee, Knox- ville, Tennessee Omega, University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee Eta, South- western Baptist University, Jackson, Alabama Mu, University of Alabama, Uni- versity Postofiice, Alabama Iota, Southern University, Greensboro, Alabama Alpha Mu, Alabama A. and M. College, Auburn, Mississippi Gamma, University of Mis- sissippi, Oxford, Tau Upsilon, Tulane University, New Orleans, Epsilon, Louisi- ana State University, Baton Rouge. 60 Province Zeta-Iowa Sigma, Simpson College, Indianolag Missouri Alpha, University of Missouri, Columbia, Fayette Branch of Missouri A, Central College, Fayette: Mis- souri Beta, Washington Universit , Si. Louis' N b k L Nebraska, Lincoln. y , e ras a ambda Pi, University of OOO Province Eta--Arkansas Alpha Upsilon, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Texas Rho, University of Texas, Austing Colorado Chi, University of Colorado, Boulderq Colorado Zeta, Denver University, University Park g California Alpha, Leland Stanford, Ir., University, Palo Alto, California Beta, University of California, Berkeley. OOC ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS. Georgia Alpha Alumni, Alanta. Georgia Sigma Alumni, Savannah. Ohio Alpha Alumni, Alliance. New York Alpha Alumni, New York. Pennsylvania Alpha Alumni, Pittsburg. Georgia Omega Alumni, Augusta. 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"2V2lV-VV1.f1z?f4a'if-:mv -f-V fff?f2aZ52s1.f' ...Z i '..?Ss:.::Vs-.-5:1-' :iw - .3 Y?'Yie?w'i2Xr-' V .V Vcf ffmvf 'V-V1.-QQQVQV -. :jf "" ' ..V:.2 H '1 Q 'Z-wkffjfa, -. . V M Jw Q.-,iwgg-fbgvg.,....,-1.,,-,gp-jyfgj :V . . 1.-nl ff fx". " , ' ff ':' ---::"P"3-V1Z.'EsxVii, X! Ng- 'V .V-'-',1:1.2 -Iwig,'i1'fE32':I:2"' 5 V ,V Y' V553 V I.:.'f.5-12.121Zz-2.12111-.-ai-11-,V:'VV2V'..-V V P' -,VvV ff .A-,,, ,V .. V, . . ., . . V 431-2?,-92-,T:IV.1VV:::m.. ,.,.x-.gfV,c.':::::5k-l.V-Mg- . ' -'-' V 'wQ':::VV-.-.1.V-wt 2.zQ-.:.f::,- f 64 QDGIJIQI' ml of Sigma Hlpbd EDSHQII. Esfablislzea' in 1875. Re-esfzzblislzea' in 1883. FRATRES IN URBE. D. P. Adams, Nu, '76. James D. Anderson, Tenn. Lambda, 'dll Clarence T. Boyd, Nu, '93. W. P. Burdette, Nu, '79. Dr. Chas S. Briggs, Nu. John Caruthers Tenn. Lambda, '91. B. F. Cheatham. Tenn Omega, '85. P. R. Cheatham, Tenn. Omega, '88 Wm. B. Cheatham, Tenn. Omega, '74. Felix M. Compton, Nu, '80. . John Hill Eakln, Nu, '7l. John Early, Nu, '86. VV. P. Ferguson, Nu,A'86. Matt. M. Gardner, Nu, ,75. Andrew Gennett, Nu, '97, Dr. T. E. Halbert, Tenn. Lambda, '9 Dr. WV. H. Halbert, Tenn. Lambda, '69. J. W. Horton, Jr., Nu, '78. 'Washington E. Hudson, Nu, '93. Norman Kirkman, Nu, '81. fHenry C. Lassing, Kentucky Iota. ,I M. Lindsley, Nu, '81. l. W'm. L. Martin, Nu, '79. Frank I. McGavock, Nu, '61. Edward L. McNeilly, Tenn. Zeta, '90 S. M. Meek, Tenn. Eta, '84. H. B. Miller, Nu, '87. J. NVashington Moore, Nu, '9l. May Gverton, Nu, '75. A. H. Redford, Kentucky Kappa. Thos. B. Scoggins, Nu, '95. lfldward C. Stahlman, Nu, '92. John M. Thompson, Tenn. Lambda, Carlos C. Van Leer, Nu, '95. Robert Vaughn, Nu, '75. Dr. Jas. R. YVarters. W. H. Washington, Va. Sigma. A. D. Wharton, Nu, '72. Frank M. Bass, Nu, '96, Stith M. Cain, Mu, '96. E. Lockert Doak. Nu, '96. Litton Hickman, Nu, '96. Kinnard T. McConnico, Nu. '96. Ed. Pigue. E. Z. Crow. FRATRES IN FACULTATE. RICHARD DOUGLAS, M.D., Professor of Gynecology. CLIFTON R. ATCHISON, M.D., Adjunct Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. Dental Department. JAMES ATCHISON DALE, D.D.S., Demonstrator in Chief Dental Department. JOSEPH T. IVIEADORS, Assistant Demonstrator Dental Department. f f English, Academic Department. ELM ER V. SMITH, Assistant Pro essor o Class of '97, Wni. H. Atkinson .... ...-- L L-B D. H. Bishop ...... . .... MA Amzi Jones ....... .--- B -5-- John J. McNally ... Philip B. Voorhees. .. .- -- LL.B 65 -9- LL.B ..... .... ... .Paris, Texas. Nashville, Tenn. Smyrna, Tenn. Danville, Ill. New York, N. Y. fv Class of '98. Harry M. Doak ..,.. ..... George W. I-light .... .... M. Ross Hopkins .... ..... J. P. Rains ....,.... Thomas Strongfielcl. Qlin West .. Guy J. Reynolds. . Luther W. Rowland. Josephus J. Sherrill L. R, Ellis. ....... .. W. T. Berry, CB.S.D C. F. Boger .... . R. P. Thomas .... . Geaston Montgomery. . . J. A. Stallcup ....... H. A. Bransford .... B.A .... B.S . . . . ..... LL.B,.. .. ..... . ..... IVI. D .... . Nashville, Tenn. . , . .Nashvi1le, Tenn. . . ..Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn Waynesville, N. Florence, Ala. Class of '99. BE .... B.A B.A M.D ... M.D D.D.S.. D.D.S.. C Nashville, Tenn. Carrollton, Ky. Union City, Tenn. Hot Springs, Ark. Birmingharn, Ala. Natchez, Miss. Greenville, Miss. Colliersville, Tenn Class of 1900. . .... B.A.. .... 1 . ..,. Bb... Sikeston, Mo. Union City, Tenn. l 'sl X- " -H ' NS , , lr NN C f Trkfsf xffif 1 XF. K fl W " ml 5' x, ff- , 7' XX Q K qfvz 'xx I i I , Q qs XX ix X X E -45 s, -o f b' 'rl' -Q v. Y are ,NV X r K NY ss 'f w ll--.EF X -l - 'QA li? , F' . l U! I f l, 'T'j"' ' f 'sw 'X , 'I J P X X' .ever W,-.-"L X If 0 : fr, ' . 1, gglxx 'Q ,. X X- 1 A , J' Xviywyf Hx z H 'V' We feng' 1 ffl ' ' Q CD 'Tix ,PN ,PN 'ff 1371 if! 5151? '1 111' 1 . 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ALABAMA BETA' BETA-Southern Uni- versity, Greensboro. ALABAMA BETA DELTA--University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. CALIFORNIA BETA PSI-Leland Stanford, Jr., University, Palo Alto. GEORGIA ALPHA BETA-University of Georgia, Athens. GEORGIA ALPHA THETA-EHIOYY College, Oxford. GEORGIA ALPHA ZETA-Mercer Universi- ty, Macon. GEORGIA BETA IOTA-School of Technol- ogy, Atlanta. ILLINOIS GAMMA ZETA-University of Il- linois, Champaign. INDIANA GAMMA GAMMA-Rose Polytech- nic Institnte, Terre Haute. LOUISIANA BETA EPSILON-Tulane Uni- versity, New Orleans. MASSIXCHUSETTS GAMMA BETA-Tuft's College, Medford. MAINE BETA UPSILON-State College, Orono. MAINE GAMMA ALPHA-Colby University, Waterville. MICHIGAN ALPIIA MU-Adrian College, Adrian. MICHIGAN BETA KAPPA-Hillsdale Col- lege, Hillsdale. MICHIGAN BETA OMICRON-Albion Col- lege, Albion. NORTH CAROLINA ALPHA DELTA-Uni- versity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. NOIQTH CAROLINA ALPHA' CHI-Trinity College, Durham. NEXXV YORK ALPHA OMICRON-St. Law- rence University, Canton. NEW YORK BETA THETA-Cornell Univer- sity, Ithaca. OHIO ALPHA NU-Mt. Union Ooiiege, A1- liance. OHIO ALPHA PSI-Wittenberg College, Springfield. OHIO BETA ETA-Wesleyan University, Delaware. - OHIO BETA MU-Wooster College, Woos- ter. OHIO BETA RHO-Marietta College, Mari- etta. OHIO BETA OMEGA-State University, Columbus. PENNSYLVANIA ALPHA IOTA-Muhlenburg College, Allentown. PENNSYLVANIA ALIJHA RHO-Lehigh Uni- versity, South Bethlehem. PENNSYLVANIA ALPHA UPSILoN-Penn- sylvania College, Gettysburg. PENNSYLVANIA TAU-University of Penn- sylvania, Philadelphia. RHODE ISLAND GAMMA DELTA -Brown University, Providence. SOUTH CAROLINA ALPHA PHI-SOL111l'l Car- olina College, Columbia. TENNESSEE ALPHA TAU-S. W. Presby- terian University, Clarksville. TENNESSEE BETA PI-Vanderbilt Univer- sity, Nashville. TENNESSEE BETA TAU-S. W. Baptist University, Jackson.. TENNESSEE LAMBDA-Cumberland Uni- versity, Lebanon. TENNESSEE OMEGA-University of the South, Sewanee. TEXAS GANIMA EI-'SILON-Austin College, Sherman. VEIIBIONT BETA ZETA-University of Ver- mont, Burlington. VIIIGINI.-X BETA-Washington and Lee University, Lexington. VIIQGINIA DELTA-University of Virginia, Charlottesville. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. Alabama Alumni Association, Birming- ham. Allentown Alumni Association, Allen- town, Pa. Iioston Alumni Association, Lexington, Mass, I District of Columbia Alumni Associa- tion, Washington. Chicago Alumni Association. New York Alumni Association. Ohio Alumni Association. Pennsylvania Association, Philadelphia. Pittsburg Alumni Association. Springiield fO.l Alumni Association. Tennessee Alumni Association, Nash- ville. 5 3 1 70 CQIIIIQSSQQ HUG Pi of Hlpbil Cdl! 001296. J. H. Acklen. Wirt Hughes. A. F. Whitman. J. H. Spurr. Henry Spence. Rev. S. H. Chester, D.D. John Means Thompson. Frank P. Bond. H. L. Parish. Zack Tolliver. John W. Childress. A. E Clement .... W. E. Douglass .... . . A. M. Trawick, Jr .... S. H. Werlein, Jr ..... S. V. Gardiner ,... J. W. Irion ...... D. Mitchell .... J. R. Snyder ..... J. D. Towner .... O. F. Bledsoe...-.. B. R. Brown E. L. Davis .... J. G. Harris ,... J. D. Trawick ... Geo. C. Trawick .... W. C. Welburn .... J. D. Tansil ..... W. K. Wells ..... FRATRES IN URBE. R. M. Leland. Percy Kinnaird. J. W. McFadden. Dr. J. A. Draughon. Joseph W. Bradley. Sain Orr. Mann NVills. John O. Patterson. A. S. Childress. Howard M. Jones. Wm. Bailey. FRATER IN FACULTATE. JoHN W. Ross, M.D Class of '97, B.D.... Class of '98. ...B.A... ....Ph,G..... ....D.D.S.... Class of '99. Class of 1900. 71 J. F. Deaderick. W. A. Donalson. G. W. Haynie. R. W. Jones. L. B. McWhirter. A. B. Neil. D. N. Farnell. Win. Haywood. Robert Lusk. W. C. Lusk. J. W. Overton. Humboldt, Tenn. Gallatin, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. St. Louis, Mo. Memphis, Tenn. Paris, Tenn. ...Livingston, Ala. Birmingham, Ala Pulaski, Tenn. Shellmound, Miss .. . .Birn-1in,qham, Ala Tullahoma, Tenn. Kennedy, Ky. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. ,Nashville, Tenn. . . . .Dresden, Tenn. ...Glass, Tenn. DQIIZI, KZIDDZI EPSIIOII. Founded at Yale, 1844. CHAPTER ROLL. 1844. PHI-Yale University, New Haven Conn. 1844. THETA--Bowdoin College, Bruns- wick, Me. 1845. XI--Colby University, fVaterville, Me. 1846. SIGMA--Amherst College, Amherst, Mass. 1847. GAMMA--Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. 1847. PSI--University of Alabama, Tus- caloosa, Ala. 1850. CHI--University of Mississippi, Oxford, Miss. 1850. UPSILON--Brown University, Prov- idence, R. I. 1851. BETA--University of North Caro- lina, Chapel Hill, N. C. l85Z ETA--University of Virginia, Char- lottesville, Va.. 1852. KAPPA--Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. 1852. LAMBDA--KGHYOH College, Garn- bier, O. 1853. Ig--Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. . 1854. IOTA-Central University, Rich- niond, Ky. 1854. ALPHA ALPHA--Middlebury Col- lege, Middlebury, Vt. D 1855. OMICRON--University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 1855. EPSILON+mvlIIl31l1S College, Wil- liamstown, Mass. 1855? RHO-Lafayette College, Easton, a. . 1856. TAU--Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y. 185631 IgU--ColgateUniversity,I-Ianiilton, 1856 NU--College of the City of New York. New York City, N. Y. 1856. BETA PHI--University of Roches- ter, Rochester, N. Y. 1861. PHI CHI--RutgCfS College, New Brunswick,N J. 1866. PSI PHI --- DePauw University, Greencastle, Ind 1867 .GAMMA PHI- Wesleyan Univer- sity. Middletown, Conn. 1867. Psi OMEGJX--RCU-SSSIHSY Polytech- nic Institute, Troy, N. Y. 1868. BETA CHI-Adelbert College Cleve- land, Ohio. 1870. DELTA CHI-Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 1870. DELTA DELTA-University of Chi- cago, Chicago, Ill. 1871. PHI GAMBIA-SYFHCHSC University, Syracuse, N. Y. 1874. GAMMA BETA-COIIIHIDIH Universi- ty, New York City, N. Y. 1876. THEYFA ZETA-University of Cali- fornia, Berkeley, Cal. 1879. ALPHA CHI -Trinity College, Hart- ford, Conn. 1889. PHI EPSILON..University of Min- nesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 1890. SIGMA TAU-Massachusetts Insti- tute of Technology, Boston, Mass. ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS. D. K. E. Club of New York City. D. K. E. Association of New England. The North Western Association of D. K. E. D. K. E. Association of Detroit, Detroit, Mich. D. K. E. Association of the Pacific Coast. D. K. E. Association of Washington, Washington, D. C. D. K. E. Association of Rhode Island, Providence. R. I. D K. E. Association of Buffalo, Buffalo, N. Y. D. K. E. Association of Kentucky, Lex- ington, Ky. D. K. E. Association of Cleveland, Cleve- land, Ohio. D. K. E. Club ofthe Northwest, Stillwater, Minn. Eastern New York Association of D K. E. Albany, N. Y. D. K. E. Club of Rochester, Rochester, N. Y. D. K. E. Club of Connecticut, Hartford, Conn. Mississippi Valley Alumni Association of D. K. E. St. Louis, Mo. Chattanooga Southern Association of D. K. E., Chattanooga, Tenn. Western Michigan Association of D. K. E. Grand Rapids, Mich. Harvard Association of D. K. E. Carn- bridge, Mass. D. K. E. 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Fant ...... .... L. G. Fant ..,........... William Hughes, B A R. L. Lund, C E ......, G. A. Morgan. . . . .. N. F. Cheairs .... J. T.Cook.... F. W. Dortch,-B.A .... Morschheimer .. . R.I. Moore... F. C. Rand. . . R. H, Rowe FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. Class of '97. M.A .... ..... Class of '98. ...D.D.S. . ....B.A... . . 77 Holly Springs, Miss. Holly Springs, Miss. Union City, Tenn. Decatur, Ala.. .,.lNI.5... ...Shelbyville, Tenn. Spring Hill, Tenn. Montgomery, Ala. Scott, Ark. Hamburg, Ark. Spring Hill, Tenn. Holly Springs, Miss Triana, Ala. W. and Baird ... B. Bayless ..... H. P. Briley . .. F. R. Bryson E W. Easterling .... M. Enochs .... . Patterson .. W. Patterson . C. Strother E H. Elder .... P. B. Hill ...... J. Holman . . .. D. Lambuth .. H. L. Robins R D. Smart . Bullock ...... Class of '99. . . . .... B.A. Class of 1900. B.A...,. Columbia, Tenn. Atlanta, Ga. Texarkana, Ark. Little Rock, Ark. Igewisburg, Tenn. Bogue Chitto, Miss. Ctystal Springs, Miss Savannah, Tenn. 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VVARREN CLARK, B.A., Instructor in Greek. J. O. MAHONEY, B.E., M.S., Instructor in Mathematics. R. E. FORT, M.D., Instructor in Physiology. HARRY C. REES, Ph.C., Assistant Demonstrator of Chemistry. J. O. Mahoney ..... J. A. Chiles. ...... C. VV. A. Davis ..... W. Groves Dinning. .. , Thomas W. Menees ..... Uriel P. Haw .... E. E. Straw .... H. C. Rees .... R. G. Moore ..... Wm. J. Howard ..... Robt. Holt ........ Aubrey K. Doss ..... VV. Bethell Long .... Jeffie P. Moore. Henry J. Daily ....,... S. Walter Alexander. , . -12- Post Graduate Students. ....M.A Class of '97. .....B.A...... .....M.D Class of '98. It ....Ph.C.., Class of '99. .. B.A.... ....B.A. ...B.A..... . .B.A .... . 89 Lynnville, Tenn. Fayette, Mo. Nesho, Mo. Gleason, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Farmington, Mo. Rural Retreat, Va. Mulberry, Tenn. Franklin, Ky. . .... Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. ... . .Broadview, Tenn. . ....New Providence, Tenn Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. .,...Glass, Tenn. .. . . .Millersburg, Ky. McKenzie, Tenn. Pi Kdppd lpbd 'fl'dlQl'IliW. Founded ai ilze Cf1Zi'ZJE7'SiZfjl of Virginia in 1868. ACTIVE CHAPTERS. , ALPHA-University of Virginia, Char- P1-Washington and Lee University, lottesville, Va. Lezrington, Va. BETA-Davidson College, North Carolina. RHO4Cun1berland University, Lebanon, 'ZETA-University of Tennessee, Knox- Tenn. ville, Tenn. SIGMA-Vanderbilt University,Nashville, THETA-S. W. P. U., Clarksville, Tenn. Tenn. IOTA-Hampden-Sidney, Virginia. TAU-University of North Carolina, MU-Presbyterian College, Clinton, S. C. Chapel Hill, N. C. NU-Wolford College, Spartanburg, S. C. UPsH,oN-Alabama A. 8z M. College, Au- PHI-Roanoke College, Salem, Va. burn, Ala. ' ALUMNI CHAPTERS. Q93 ALUMNUS ALPHA, Richmond, ALUMNUS DELTA, Charleston, Virginia.. South Carolina. ALUMNUS BETA Mem his ALUMNUS UPSILON, Norfolk, l P , Tennessee.. Virginia. ALUMNUS GAMMA, White Sul- ALUMNUS ZETA, Dillon, S. C. phur Springs, VV. Va, Q- Sigllld Qlldpikl' of Pi H3995 Hllllld. FRATRES IN URBE. i Rev. Robert Hill. . Geo. E. McLaurine. H. P. Tjams. CHAPTER ROLL. Class of '98. G. VV. Sypert, LL. B. R. E. King. LL. B. L, Leftwich, LL. B. T. H. Peebles, B. A. ' Class of '99. J. H. Brown, B.A. 90 1 w ,QV 1 I. rgf UW 'ir 1' M. I! ji I f 1 2222.5 F If .4 N X '-iff' skill - ,M Q XS ' 1 " 39 rf' X ' ref ,L if Y -- Q2 L3 W ,,,,-, iliji C3 Wil L1-J U-1 ,M Z """'J L5 :W Z MIM . , KM , X v IJ! , In 'iw ' X- V- W' 1 31, MM gym Y' M ,X f ' V L01 "R In 1' .ffl KN, M A, 'fx K W A ! K . . 91 1'- WVU, as M25-E' zu. I X O BOIIR fl'0ll1 the DYQSSIIIGKWS. X X. -r N t A ' I-91" .f ...et -' I 'ag-' Q5-f"' A 'Fiji- i-L9-,il ' -' J gf I -1 . ,, XXX VW' Xu Xlx xx vgwlu As,-,Ma Home from the dressmaker's, Bessie and I, My arms full of bundles, my hat on awry, Forgetting its contents, too tightly I press That parcel, so treasured, containing her dress, And humbly I take a good scolding from Bess. Remorseful and guilty, I scarcely may dare To plead her forgiveness when Bessie believes That, crushed out of shape beyond hope of repair, Her gown is a wreck with its pretty puff sleeves. To-night in a hammock we sit after tea, Bess wears her new gown all in honor of me, I whisper my love and devotion, and she Acknowledges, now, that she no longer grieves No matter how badly I'm crushing her sleeves. -W C. Welburfz O - xD 4x 1 5 I . X l 1 f ND U1 3 ..Seniors.. ff I WV 5 ' ' We ll I s - .. VN 'NUT X f. ' K f if, l if , ff . fi W ifi' i f ! I., M I 7 f l".ilfl i.' A 77 if ill i iillllli il iii ii giiilllif i ll fl f TWV' l wfflygiii x .h ii! iii l .ei if ' . , , f .li y-tq,,f.,,.,f- Glass Yell,-Whiz, zip, boom! Rah, rah, rah! Hepta kai, En enakonta. Glass Ufficers. W. D. STRAYHORN ..... .... AMZI JONES. ...... . F. B. HUGHES ........ .... C. B. FARRINGTON ......... MARGARET B. ROBERSON. .. CHAS. A. EVANS ...,..... ... Baseball Team. W. GIIOVES DINNING .... .President Vice-Pres. Sec -Treas Historian . Poet Mgr. Class Mgr. Class Eleven. HALSEV W7ERLEIN .... .... M gr. Class Track Team. CONNELL. WILLIAM PHILLIPS E X.AcacZemz'c ............... Nashville, Tenn. Assistant in Physics, '94-95, '95-96, '96-973 'Varsity Eleven, '92797g Class Eleven, '92-935 Assistant Captain Field Sports, ,92-935 Cap- tain Field Sports, '93-945 Captain 'Varsity Eleven, '95-96, '96-97g COMET Editor, '93-945 Manager Class Eleven, '94-953 Captain Class Basketball Team, '96. DAVIS, LOUIS A., lf' A ............ Academic. . ..... .... W eatherford, Texas. A Glee Club and Quartette. DINNING. W. GROVES. 5 N ...... Academic ........... . . .... Gleason, Tenn. COMET Editor '97g Manager of Class Eleven '97. DOUGLASS, WM. EDWARD, A TSE. .Acczclemic ,... . ....... ..... G allatin, Tenn. Class Secretary-Treasurer '94-95. EVANS, CHARLES AYLNIER .... Academzc ......., ......... L exington, Ky. FANT, LEON B., A If E ,,..... . . Acczciemic . ...... . Holly Springs, Miss. COMETEditor'97gAss'tEditor 0bserz1e1f'96-973 ClassVice-Pres. '95-96g Winner' of Tennis Championship of University, in Doubles, '96g Class Representative '97. FANT, LESTER G., A A' E .... .... A cademic ...... ...... H olly Springs, Miss. Class Eleven '94-963 Mgr. Baseball Team '97, Thanksgiving Debater '96g Ass't Editor Hzasfler ,95-965 Ass't Editor Courier '95-97, Pres. Y. M. C. A. '96. -13- 97 FARIAS, ANDRES L . . . .... Eizgibzeering ...... Monterey, N. L., Mexico. FARRINGTON, C. B. . . . . . . .... .Academic .... ...... H untsville, Texas. FITZGERALD, WILl.IAM S., A A 0. .Academic I... ............ N ashville, Tenn. 'Varsity Eleven, '93-94. '94-95, '96-975 Substitute 'Varsity Eleven '95-965 Champion Heavv Wei,-:fht Boxer '93-943 Winner Second Medal High Jump Field Day '94, Observer Prize Story '96g Vice President Y. M. C. A. '95g Class President '95-963 Assistant Editor Hi4stle1"96g Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs '96-973 COMET Editor '96-979 Editor in Chief Courier '96-975 Captain Class Bas- ketball Team '96-97. HAWKINS, CHAS. EDWARD, A 9 Q. .Academic ........ .... F enton, Mo. Associate Editor Courier. HUGHES, FRANK B .............. Academic .... . .. .......,. Denison, Texas Assistant in Natural History and Geologyg Secretary-Treasurer of Class '96-97. JONES, AMZI, E A E. .......... -Academic ................. Smyrna, Tenn Class Vice President '96-975 President of Province E.of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternityg Contestant for Young Medal '97. JONES, ERNEST SCOTT, W A 0. .. . .Academic ........ .. . . .... Lexington, Mo Secretary-Treasurer of Class '93-94. KEISER, FLORENCE RUSH ....... Academic. ..... .... . . .Union City, Tenn Class Historian '93-945 Class Poet '95-96. KIRBY. LEON D., A T A.. . . L1 .Academic .... .... N ashville, Tenn Glee Club '95-96. KELLEY, OWENC ...... . . .Academic . . . . . .Lebanon, Tenn LACY, DAVID LUTHER. .... ...... A cademic.. .. .... ...... .... M e don, Tenn Class Basketball Team '95-965 Class Eleven 795'96j Business Man- ager Courier. MORGAN, GEO. A., A If ,,... . . . Academic.. .... .. ....... Nashville, Tenn Glee Club 92-939 Class Secretary '92-935 Contestant for Founder's Medal '95-96. O,CONNOR, MYLES, K 2' ......... Academic.. .... ..... L eiper's Fork, Tenn 'Varsity Eleven '95-96. '96-975 Class Nine '94-95. ROBERSON, MARGARET B .... .... A cademic.. .... ...... .... P I keville, Tenn Class Poet, '96-975 Business Manager Co-eds Basketball Team. ROBINSON, EDWIN C .. .. .... ..Academic ....... . .... . . .Leba.non, Tenn Champion Middle Weight Wrestler, '93-943 Class Poet, '94-953 Class Eleven, '94-95, '95-96g Business Manager Observer, '96-97. STRAVHORN, W. D.. A 0 W ....... Academic ............. Mt. Pleasant, Tenn Vice President '94-95g President '96-97g Contestant for Young Medal '979 Class Eleven '94-95, '96-975 Secretary and Treasurer of Alpha Theta Phi '96-97g Basketball Team '95-96. 98 WERLEIN, HALSEY,14 T SZ, .4 0 Q..AcacZe1mc .................. St. Louis, Mo Class Eleven and Track Team ,95-96: Winner of Class Medal for Pule Vault '96, Winner of Pole Vault Field Day '96, Contestant for Young Medal '96g Crawford Scholarship '96, Captain of Class Track Team '96-974 Contestant for Founder's Medal in Oratory '9'7g President Alpha Theta Phi Society '96-97, Assistant Editor Courier '97, Faculty Representative '97. WILSON, E. A., E X, . . . . . . . .Academic . . . . .Nashville, Tenn .f I, ff 'ff '. X is ,few X 737' wifi? 5947! gi" X 1 Z0 f X Z1 cgi' If f I 1 f ff ' ,.',"" W- tx , .' y , I 17: in Y X f L 'f..f11 v 1-' , ---Affg, 'f V ' I If tra 1 " 15 ' T... 5 :.' , '!:i'1 J - 212-41. f 15,-H -.,.-. I ii" f' X 21? ' W J-"I ff f ,l 12491444 . ff ,-,nu . vt-A , K-4 ' Li 'dy ,1X"kI,vHg ,V j .61 ,. -f , , 1 f .f YW , ' ,nglq zn,,f" , . V' . z' f f wi Qi' -' .ff Vxglfjl f THE BENEDICTS. 99 as I I Lu .1 .- lr ft- N .g:,Q. 43' 'V -0 W 2 -4452! 9' ff he illovefs Cribute. I need no magic lyre To kindle in my heart an endless fire Of boundless aspiration. Only one Of thy sweet smiles 'twould take To cause my soul all earthly clods forsake., And rise to seek the sun! o fi 4 e I need no cloud-spun wings To soar aloft to Worlds of higher things, And see the mystery of life and love In glowing grandeur. Every radiant hue 7 , X Ml' 'QQ b y , viii... i 'i ' if 1 nl fl -. lf I f f ll ii .- 'W I I va .- '54 iv' as Were dimmed by thy bright eyes' transparent blue, Starlight of realms above! fi fix fi My spirit lives in thine, Without thee ages would in anguish pine Thy white-robed sanctity again to seeg In stars and Bowers and sensuous delight It cannot live. All were the blackest night In heaven itself, apart from thee. -Halsey Ewing. 100 I-4 O N 0 N-inn' rsoo 7'xn'41Q, L- Z ll-"ir X 0 I X by Zlass Yell.-Wham! Za! Rah: Rah! ff? v, K Wham! za! Ha! Ha: Q. ' V. U. '98! X X ,I J fit, Wham! za! Waugh! M. X X n X7 . ,-X L---11.0 We xg- xx ' - Glass Zolorsg Light Blue and Brown. . 9 ,M "' Glass 0fficers. V N., JOHN B. PITMAN .......... President. --i-- V' i " THOMAS W. DAVIS ......... Vice-Pres. , , . -e - ---- - J. ROSS SNYDER ........... Sec.-Treas. K GRIFFIN LOVELACE ..... . .Poet. A MISS MARION KIRKLAND , .I-Iistorian. J. C. FOSTER ........ ...,. C apt. Class Eleven. H- ' W. N. DAVIS ...... .... M gr. Class S X. Eleven. Q' 5 , 174' fm 1.-,f,..v fi ROBERT I. MOORE ......... Capt. Bas- ketball Team. CALHOUN, JOHN A, . . . . .Academic .... . . .Dunbar, S. C. CASTRO, LEOPOLDO.. I..... . . .E1zgmeem'ng.. . . .... Monterey, Mex. CHEAIRS, NAT. F., A ls' E. .... . . .Academic .... ..., ,...., S p ring Hill, Tenn. Winner Of Young Medal '96g 22nd Orator '96. DAVIS, T. W. ...... ............ A cademic ............... Brentwood, Tenn. Class Vice President '96-975 'Varsity Nine '94-95, '95-96, '96-973 'Var- sity Eleven '95-96, '96-97. DAVIS, W. N., If Q ll ,,,,.,, .... A cademic. ...... ...,...... . .St. Louis, Mo. Manager Class Nine '94-953 Captain Class Track Team '95-965 'Varsi- ty Track Team ,94-95, '95-'16, '96-973 Captain 'Varsity Track Team '96-975 Manager of Class Eleven '96-973 Secretary COMET Board '97, ELBRICH, CHAS. J. J ..... ,...,. E ngzbzeering ...... . .... ..Nashville, Tenn. ESTES, A. C, K 5 .............. Academic ...... ........... O rvsa, Tenn. Class Eleven '94-95, '95-96, '96-975 Class Nine '94-95, '95-965 Class Basketball Team '95-965 Thanksgiving Debater '97. FOSTER, I C., A' E, U N E ,,... . .. Academic ........,....... Shreveport, La. Class Basketball Team '95-96, '96-97g Captain Class Eleven '96-97, 103 FOSTER, T. R., W A H. .4.... .. . .Academic .. . . .. Mobile, Ala GARDINER, S. VAUGHAN, A T52 ,,Acaciu11zz'c ................ Memphis, Tenn Gymnasium Team '94, '96, '97g Manager of West Side Rowg Associate Editor of Husflef, Assistant in Gymnasium '98. GARNER, M. VIRGINIA. . HENRY, W. H., L' A' .. HOLLINSHEAD, R. P .... A cademzc. .,..... . . Stephens, Tenn ..L0uisville, Ky . . . .Engz'1zeerz3zg. . . . . ...,.Academzc..... ....Ft. Valley, Tenn HURT, S. M. R ..,.................., Academic. .................. Nlillersburg. Ky 'Varsity Nine '94, '95, '96, '97g 'Varsity Eleven '96-979 Class Basketball Team '96-97 IRION, J. WITT, A TSI... . ...Acaa'e'mz'c,,, , ,,,,,. ,,Paris, Tenn JONES, DAN. W., If 0 ll.. Araciemic ...... .......... L ittle Rock, Ark Indoor Broad Jump Recordg Running High Diveg Running Broad Diveg Outdoor Running Broad Jump Recordg Class Basketball Team '96-97. KIRKLAND, MARION P.. A 0 41.. . .Academic ...... .... , .. L.Nashville, Tenn Class Historian '94-95g Class Poet '95-96g Class Historian '96-973 Co-ed Basketball Team '96-97. LOVELACE, GRIFFIN M., .Y X. .... Academic .......,.,...... Louisville, Ky Class'Vice President '94-953 Class President '95-96, Glee Club, Banjo Club, Mandolin Club '94, '95, '96, '97, Associate Editor Courier '96g Business Manager of Hzcsfler '96-97, Winner of Founde-r's Medal ' for Oratory '97. LOVEMAN, LEE . , . . . . .. .E7Zg'Z.7l66VZ.7Zg .... .. . .Nashvil1e, Tenn LUTZ, C. M ..... . .... . . . . . .Aczza'emz'c. . . ....... . .QMadisonville, Ky Assistant Chemical Laboratory. MEACHAM, C, W. K ..... ....... A cademzk ............ Leiper's Fork, Tenn Class Basketball Team '96-97. MILLER, HUGH H , L' A' .... ...... E ngzheefzbzg. .... ..... C ovington, Ky MQORE. R, I , A li' ..,.. ........ A fczdenzic. . .W .... . ...... Spring Hill, Tenn Manager Class Nine '95-96g Captain Class Basketball Te-am '95, '96, '97, Captain Class Gyx-n.Team '96-973 Vice President Y M. C. '96-97g Associate Editor Husller '96-97g Vice President Dialeetic Society '97. MORSCHHEIMER, H, N., A A' E ,. .Academic ................. Magnolia, Ark. Glee Club, Banjo Club. Mandolin and Guitar Club '94-95, '95-96, '96-97g Class Vice President '95-96. , BICCLURE, JAMES .... .... ....... A c aa'emz'c. . . ........ .... U nion City, Tenn. Class Nine '94-955 Class Basketball Team '96-975 Class Eleven '95-96. NEILSON, DoUoLAss . . ...... .... A cademic .... . . . . . . .Murireesboro,, Tenn. Champion Light Weight Wrestler '94-953 Class Basketball Team ' '96-97. - 104 . . NUNN, GEO. J., .4 0 fb . . . . .. .Academic .... .... J acksonville, Texas- OMBEKG, J. A., K .4 ...., . .. ,., E1zgz'neerz'ug ......... . ..Memphis, Tenn, Track Team '95-965 Class Eleven '95-96. PEEBLES, T. H, ll lr' A. .. ....., Acadf-mz'c. ..,...., . . ..Pula.ski, Tenn.. ' Class Basketball Team '96-97. PIERCE, W. A ,...,....,..,...., fiCllcI'677Z!.C ........ . . .Nashville, Tenn, PITMAN, JOHN B., df J 62, U N li.. .Academic - .....St. LOu1s,MO Substitute 'Varsity Eleven '95g Manager Class Eleven '95-965 Class Nine '95-965 President of Class '96-975 'Varsity Nine '96-97. POTTER, W, D,, If 0 ll ,,......... Acaciemic ............. Gainesville, Texas, PUTNAM, ISRAEL M., lf 3. ....... 1-lcadearzic ........ .... C hattanooga, Tenn, Class Eleven ,94-95? Captain Class Eleven '95-96, Substitute 'Varsity Eleven '95-963 Class Nine '95-96g Class Basketball Team '95-965 Thanksgiving Debater '96, President Dialectic Society '97g COBIET Editor ,96-975 Business Manager of Observer for ,97-98. RAND, FRANK C., A K E .......,. Aazdemic ........... Holly Springs, Miss- Class Nine '94-955 Tennis Champion of University '95g Tennis State Champion in Doubles '95g Class Basketball Team '96, Glee Club, Banjo Club, Mandolin and Guitar Club '96-979 Vice President Philosophic Society '97. , REID, H. P. .....,..,........... Acadefzzic. . . . . ...... Holly Springs, Miss, Class Basketball Team '96-97. ROWE, ROLAND H., .1 If L' ,....... Acaafenzic. ........ .. . .Triana, Ala.. Associate Editor Idusller '96-97. SNYDER, J. Ross, A TS2, ,. . .. . .Acczalemic .... , . . ...... Birmingham, Ala.. Class Secretary and Treasurer! '95-96, '96-97. TEAGUE, OSCAR, W A W .... .... f .lCClCZ?6'llZZ.C ..,. . . .Montgornery, Ala, TERRY, BEN T. ......... . .. .Acadefnic .... .... B irnninghatn, Ala TULQNER, S. Wjk W J H ........,. Acczflenzic ................ Lebanon, Tenn., President Y. M. C. A., Glee Club '95-96. WILLIAMS, J. M., A H df. ,,... ..... A cczrlemic ................. Strong's, Miss., President Y. M. C. A. ,96-971 Contestant for Founder's Medal in Ora.- tory '97, Associate Editor 0bserz1sr'96-97, '97-98. it Deceased -14- 105 Slv Qupid. 1 'L qv, .5 21-, 'fi-:f :'.-s . . - iff I S- ' " "TS, ill. N X Vzgnmlfl ,a - " 9 , HQ I 'T' J 4A":.",: 1' .- 'A on 1 I X f X . ' 0 -fl, ag-BL: ll 1' f X - N M ,J :ai X A -' V Qi! - S if i s ' ,geifdits Sly Cupid one day, musing, sat, Wondering what he could shoot at Quite natural you know. When glancing up, by chance he spied A Phi and Co-ed side by side, He smiled and tapped his bow. Six arrows whizzed and struck-ka-spad! The dew had made his bow string bad, , O Cupid's sight was bum, For with each twang-a feathered dart Bank deep into that poor Phi's heart, The maid's receiving none. In mighty wrath the archer swore Such luck made him feel rather sore So with a cord brand new, He fixed it firm, the dart just so. With all his strength he bent his bow- And snapped her square in two. So Cupid's bow has gone to smash, But fixed a heart up Well for hash- This fe1low's with his dear. First stuck it full of tiny spears . Then plugged each hole with little fears And made an awful smear. Well, now then what will Cupid do? Since anger smashed his bow in two, This tricky little rat. He'll play us treacherous I know, The Co-ed's eyes have told us so- This fickle, funny brat. For with this Phi he'd firm agreed Ne'er long his tender heart should bleed Unless the maiden's bled. But now while his Boats round in gore 'Twill seek in vain for any more That are like Cupid said. -H. R. M. P-4 O O0 w f . - l ' . 5 O lg' G L. 'sl , s, i f fy ',-'ll - s.: CQCQ Wk. lf, eb, 1 M. - , W ,4 , -5 '-X' N fi 1021 X YQ S X Ig TIS. ix' -EX '59, X QX 731 Y I-I 'lk g-19' we f' f .35 I QD V 2? L ' ly .5 . I I. X V f' I . Rx I. I. . , 'fy' .W r W ix 'MM .ff ffl! if V'lil.Lh1i'i'i .tj fy up ' H' 'Li Cv .- ll Q l .I If J. i ' r l , H f 'i li Tl ill! il 'R bfi' 4" Y ' i l y i i 1 it 2 X' . ' fl 2 - 4 N NQT' I - nfl -lf . gb ? r Nsoplmores.. Glass Yell: Cheese and Sausage, Beer and Wine, Vanderbilt! Vanderbilt! Ninety-Nine. Blass 20l0l'Sg Yellow and White. Glass 0fficers. FRED DIEFENBACH ..................... W. J. HOWARD ...... .... .... R. B. C. HOWELL .... .... W. F. BOURLAND .... ..,. J. J. SHERRILL .... .... MADGE CANNON. .. .... A. K. Doss ....... .,.. E. A. COX ....... H. S. STOKES ....... .... L. W. ROWLAND ..... .... Louis FARRELL. .. .... A. K. Doss ..... 109 President. Vice President. Secretary. Treasurer. Historian. Poet. Manager of Class Eleven. Captain of Class Eleven. Manager Ol Class Nine. Captain of Class Nine. Captain of Basketball Team. Captain Of Track Team. ALEXANDER, SAMUEL W., I N . . .fl cademic.. . . .... McKenzie, Tenn BAIRD, WM. ED., A li' E, 0 N .Acfzdemic 4.... .... ...... C o lumbia. Tenn Entrance Prize in Latin and Greek '95g Class President '95-96. BAYLESS, BRONSON B., A A' E ..... Acadevzzic.. .. ...... ...... .... A t lanta, Ga Class Treasurer '95-963 Gymnasium Team '96-97. BLEDSOE, OSCAR FITZALSON ..... E7Zg'Z.7l66VZ'7Zg'.. BOURLAND, WILL FRANKLAND. . .Academic . . . Class Treasurer '96-97. BOYD, JR., ALSTON, A T A ,... .... A C6lCi67lZZ'C. . . . Class Nine '95-963 'Varsity Ni BRADSHAW, JR., W. F., 0 A 0, U NE.Academz'c . . . BREVARD, ALWYN LEE, W A U ..,. Academic .... Class Nine '95-96. BRILEY, H. Pape, A A' A N E. . .Academzb . .. BROWN, BRETT RUTLEDGE, fl TSZ.Acade11zz'c. . . BROWN. JAMES HANIILTON, ll lf A.Acaa?emz'c .... ne '96-97. Shell Mound, Miss . .Petersburgm I. T ..Memphis, Tenn .Paducah, Ky . .Union City, Tenn. . . .Texarkana, Texas. . .Birmingham, Ala . Columbia, Tenn. Class Eleven '96-973 Class Track Team '96-97g 'Varsity Eleven '96-97. BRYSON, FRED RCJBERTSON,A li' E, ,fl6fZCZ767l'ZZ..C. .,.... .... L ittle Rock, Ark. Class Track Team ,96-97. BULLOCK, ED. COOPER, A 11' E ..... Aczzdemic ............ . . .LeWisburg, Tenn. Class Eleven '95-96, '96-975 Class Basketball Team '95-965 Class Nine '96-97. BURRISS, GEORGE WASHINGTON. .Academic ................. Stonewall, I. T. Class Track Team, Class Basketball Team '96-975 Class Eleven '96-97. BUSH. MORIQIS WILLIAMS, ll' A .... Acczdemic ....... . .... Anniston, Ala. Assistant Editor Hzasileff '96-97. CANNON, MADGE .... ,. ..... Acaciemfc ....... .. . .McKenzie, Tennl Class Poet l95-96, '96-97. CASWELL. WILL THOMAS, X df . . .Eazgzlzeerzbzg ............. Nashville, Tenn. Class Eleven '95-96, '96-973 Class Nine '95-965 'Varsity Nine '96-97. COX, EUGENE ANDREWS, lr' A . . . flcaciemzt. ..... .......... F orest City, Ark. Captain Class Basketball Team '95-96, Class Basketball Team, '96-973 Class Eleven '95-96, '96-97, Class Historian '95-963 Observer Editor '96-97, Class Track Team '96-97. DAILV, HENRX' JACKSON, 2' N ..... Acadcwzic .... . . .Millersburg, Ky. ' 110 DAVIS EWIN LAMAR A T52 ,.,..,. flcudemic ............... Tullahoma Tenn. Y 7 , Class Eleven '95-96: Winner Of Observer Essay Prize '96-973 Assist- ant Editor Hustler 96-97. DIEFENBACH, FRED L., 5 X. ..... Academic .... , , . . . .Louisville Ky Class President '96-97. Doss, AUBREV KNIGHT, 2 IV ,...., Academic .....,.... New Providence, Tenn. Class Basketball Team '95-96, '96-973 Class Eleven '95-965 Captain Class Track Team '96-979 'Varsity Eleven '96-975 Class Baseball Team '96-97: Class Gymnasium Team '96-97. EASTERLING, WILL R.. J l1'l:',0 xl"lz'.Acr1demzk. .... . . . , . . Bogue Chitto, Miss Glee and GuitarClubs '96-973 Class Secretary '95-969 Class Basketball Team '95-96, '96-973 Captain Class Track Team '95-96. ENOCHS, MARVIN SMITH, J ln' li. . Acaciemzt ........... Crystal Springs, Miss Gymnasium Team '96-973 Class Basketball Team '96-97. FARRELL, LOUIS. fb J H, H xl' L' .... Acna'emz'c ...,............ Nashville, Tenn Captain Class Basketball Team '9o-975 'Varsity Eleven '96'97. FULLILOVE, JAMES HILL. K if .... Acaa'e11zz'c. . . HARRIS, JOSIAH GILBREATH, A TS2..Academz'c. . . HOBBIE, RICHARD MARTIN, W A H. .f.if'fZEZ677ZZ.C. . . , Class Nine '95-96, '96-973 .. Shreveport, La . . . . . Kennedy, Ky ,Montgomery Ala HOLT, ROBERT, 2' N ,..,...,,,... Academic.. . . . .Broadview, Tenn HOWAIZD. VYILL JAMES, if N, . . . Acadevzzzb. ............ Mt. Pleasant, Tenn Class Vice President '96-975 Class Basketball Team '96-97. HOWELL, R. BOYLE C., W A U. ..,. fl66ZCi677ZZ.C ..........,... ,Nashville, Tenn 'Varsity Eleven '9b-96: Glee. Mandolin and Guitar Clubs '96-973 Cap- tain Class Nine '95-96g Class Nine '96-97: Class Basketball Team '95-96, '96-975 Class Track Team l96-975 Gymnasium Team '06-979 Class Secretary '96-97. JACKSON, FRANCES BIERIWETHER. .Aazdemzh . . . JOHNSON, CHAS. HERBERT, E X. . .Engmeerz'ng. , LONG, WILL BETHELL, L' N . ..,.. Acczclemzk.. . . MARSHALL, HARRY LEE, K A. , , . E11gz'12ee9'z'nQ'. . . . Class Eleven '95-96. MARSHALL, JR., J. K, . . ...... Acczciemic . . . . . Class-'Eleven '95-96.' MILLER, DAVID IRVING, E X. .... .E1zgz5zee1'z'1zg. , . . 'Varsity Eleven '96-97. MOONEY, WILL WEST. . . . .,.. Academic. . . . . . MOORE, JOHN COLIN. . . . .--lcademic. . . 111 . . .Paragould, 'Ark ,. Nashville, Tenn Mt. Pleasant, Tenn . .Little Rock, Ark . . Franklin, Tenn . . . .COvi'ngtOn, Ky . . . .O'Neil. Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. MOORE, JEFFIEAPARR, 53 .,,... fi.66l6i67lZZ-C. . . 3 . I .Gla.ss, Tenn. MORRIS, JR., MARSI1Al.L,,ll' A .... E7ZgL'll669'l.1Zg' . . . .Louisville, Ky. NOBLE, WILL SHACKLEEORD. ..... Academia .... . . . ,...... Houston, Texas. Thanksgiving Debaterg Contestant Young Medal. NOLEN, FENDALL CRUMP. . . . . .Acczdemfc .... I . . iCloverport, Tenn. OERTING, HAROLD ...... . . . . .E7ZgZ?2667Z-7Zg. . . .... Warrington. Fla ORR, JR., WILLIAM FRED, A' l'. . .fl.CCZd677ZZ.C. .... .........,. N ashville, Tenn Class Basketball Team '95-96, '96-975 Class Track Team '96-97. PATTERSON, JR., ED. D., A li' E ,,Acaciemz'c ...,.... .... ..,. S a vannah, Tenn . Class Vice President '95-96. PATTERSON, WILL M., A ILE, QNE .Academic .... . . . . .Maytield, Tenn Observer Prize Poem '96, I - PIERCE, MARY L ...... ......... A endemic .... . . .Nashville, Tenn REYNOLDS' GUy JAMES, .Y A ,ff ,... Evzgizzeerzbzg, . . . .... Nashville, Tenn ROTH. N. GRACE ..... ......... A endemic . . . . . .Mt. Pleasant, Tenn ROWLAND, LUTHER W., S A If ,... Academic .... . ......... . . .Carrollton, Ky Class Eleven '95-96, '96-97g Class Nine '95-965 Captain Class Nine '96-97. SHERRILL, JOSEPHUS J., 2 A E .... Academic .... . . , . ...... Union City, Tenn Class Historian '96-973 'Varsity Nine '95-96, '96-97g Class Eleven ' '95-96. . ' STEGER, WILL EARKIN, K' if ..... Acadewzzk. . . ' ' ,... Nashville, Tenn. STOKES. HARRY SHELBY, J 7'z1...AcaaZe1m'c .... . .. . . .Nashville, Tenn 'Varsity Track Team '96-979 'Varsity Eleven '96-973 Class Basketball Team '95-96, '96-975 Class Eleven '95-96, '96-925 Class Nine ,95-96, '96-973 Class Track Team '96-973 Class Gymnasium Team ,96-97. STROTHER, CHARLES W., J Il' E ..Acaciemz'c ...... ............ E lizaville, Ky Class Eleven '95-963 Substitute on 'Varsity Eleven '96-975 Entrance Prize in Mathematics, English and History '95g Observer Editor '96-97g Speaker on 22nd of February '97g Contestant for Young Medal of Oratory l97. WHITE, JOHN FORD. . . .... . .... Acaciemzc . . . . . .Nashville, Tenn. WILLIAMS, THOMAS WILSON ..... Acfzflemic . . . . . . .West Harpeth, Tenn Class Nine '95-96. YOUNG, CLARENCE S., li' .4 .... . ..E1zgmeerhzg. . . .- ,....... . ..Louisville, Ky Class Basketball Team '95-96, '96-975 Class Eleven '95-96, '96-97: Class Nine '96-97. 112 -2 P-4 I-I -P QQ? U NO W 5 .fgsj ' ,' A PM 5 ix ff f ff X , J 3.7 J:0 f2.fxQ.f"5,, 5 TV? gg ' 5? 'Nw ff' 5 W " riff ' ci L H-i ZQffW' A QA ' ?Us?.gg?'V 541. :- gm, We. Cfii Tl' Q' fa iff 2231 I if VH' . A lf' " 5 qt. 1-'X Lf -'ffl' JR A 4- Fx-r' K .wg VN .J ..'FreIm1e .. glass Yell: Nineteen-Hundred! Nineteen-Hundred! Rah! Rah! Reel Vanderbilt! Vanderbilll Century! mass Zolorz Crimson. Blass Oificers. M. H. BONNER . ..... .......... P resident. L. R. LONG .......... ..., . . .... Vice President. W. E. LINDSEY .,....... ...... .... S e cretary and Treasurer MISS MARY LEE BRANSFORD .... .... H istorian. MISS H.ATTIE L. TERRILL ...... .... P oet. MISS LEONA PACK ........ .... .... P r ophet. 115 W. J. WOOD ........ ..... C aptain Class Eleven. .T. W. BRADFIELD. . . ..... Manager Class Eleven. H. L. ROBINS. ...... . . .Captain Class Nine. J. C. MCLESTER .... ..... M anager Class Nine. T. H. WILSON ....... .... C aptain Basketball Team. E. M. UNDERWOOD .... ............. C aptain Class Track Team. ANDERSON, H. M., dl A 6. .... . . .Academzc ........ ...... N ashville, Tenn Class Basketball Team. ATLEE, E. G.. . ...,.. Academic ...... .... M onterey, Mexico. Class Eleven. BAKER, C. R., If A , , , . .Academz'c. . . . . .Weatherford, Texas. BLACK, W. L , If A .... . . . .Academzc . . .. ..NashVille, Tenn. Glee Club '96-97. BONNER, M. H ........... . ...... Academzc ...... .... ...... N a shville, Tenn Class Presidentg Class Nineg Class Basketball Team. BRADFIELD, J. W .... . . . ...... Academic. .... ..,... . Daingeriield, Texas Manager Class Eleven. BRANSFORD, H. A., L' A E.. . .,.. .Academic . . . . BRANSFORD, MARY LEE. . . . . . Academic . . . . Class Historian. BREARD, JR., D. A., W J 6, ...... Academic. . . Class Nine. CARLISLE, J. C., 42 A 0. ..... ..... A cademzc ..... . . 'Varsity Nineg Class Nine. CHILES, H. E.. . .... . .Academz'c.., . . . . . Class Eleveng Class Nine. CLARKE, W. L . . ' CLAYTON, A. B. . . . Academic. . . Class Eleven. COLEMAN. W. C., A T A .... . . .Academzc . . DAVIS, H. W ......... . . . ...... Academic .... . . . . ...,.Academzc......... . Union City, Tenn. Union City, Tenn . ..Monroe, La. Sadlersville, Tenn . . .Dresden, Tenn . . .Trenton, Tenn . . . Downey, Cal . Providence, Ky .Bellbuckle, Tenn 'Varsit Eleven, 'Varsity Nineg Class Eleveng Class Nineg Class Bas- Y ketball Team. DUCKWORTH, G. M., A' E ....... .Academz'c.. ..... . .... Brownsville, Tenn Class Eleven, Class Nine. DUCKWORTH, R. P., K 37 ........ . .Academic ..... . E. . .Brownsville, Tenn ELDER, H. H., A If E ,. . . . .Academic .. .. . .Trenton, Tenn FLEMING ELLEN W. .. . .. . .Academic . . . . . Jackson, Tenn ll6 HARRIS, JR., A. W., .... Nashville, Tenn DUNCAN, JR , W. M., E X FARRAR, B. J., ln' A.. GAINES. J. L., 2' A' FOURBS, R. T.... W GOTHIER. FRANCES HARROLSON, EUGENE Class HEARNE, WILFIQED . . 04167. .... .. .. .. .. . .Engz9zee1'z3zg. . Engzbzeevivzg. . . . . .E7QQ'Z'7Z667Z'7Zg. . . . . .Acudemzb . . . . . . .... Aazdevlzic. . . . ..... ....Acczde1m'c. . .. A caciem fc ..... . . . .Nashville, Tenn. .. . .Nashville, Tenn. .. . .Nashvil1e, Tenn San Bernardino, Cal. . . . .Nashville Tenn. ., .... Delaware, Ky. Nineg Winner Pole Vault on Cl . . .......... Acaciemzc. . . . . ass Field Day. . ..Arkadelpl1ia, Ark Class Basketball Team. HOLMAN, J. W., A A' E ..... .... A C6ld677ZZ.C .... . HERBLXN M ........ . . . .E77g'7aZG67Z-Wg. . HILL. P. B. A H E . .. .... Evzgmeerzbzg.. HOUSE, NJARY WOOD. . . .... Academzb. . , . HUDGENS, R. H .... .... A endemic .... JENJLINS.. E. S. . . . . Academzk . . . ' Class Eleven. JONES, FITCH . . .... Acaclemic . . . . JONES, O. M ..,.......... ..,. E ngz'11eerz'ng.. LAMBUTH D, Ku A A' E ,,., .... A cademzk. . .. LEE, H. D., A T 11 .... . .... Acczdemz'c. . .. LINDSEY W. E .... LONG, I-4. R ......... IVIARCH, J. P., If A.. MARR. ELIZABETH.. MILES, W. M .... MOSSER, IDA V .... MCLESTER, J. C.... 'Varsity Eleven. Fayetteville. Tenn . . .Nashville, Tenn . . .Nashville, Tenn . . .Franklin, Tenn . . , .Naslaville, Tenn .Nolensvil1e, Tenn . . .Grassland, Tenn . ..Nasl1ville, Term . . . Nashville, Tenn . . ..Kn0Xville, Tenn ..........Acade1nzc . Class Secretary and Treasurer. .... Acczdemic. . . .. Engin eerzhg .... . A cadem fc .... . .. .Acadevvzzb . . . ... .Acaclemzb . .. .......,...AcarZ0mzc. . .Little Rock, Ark . . . Mt. Pleasant, Tenn ...Nasl1ville, Tenn. . . . . Nashville, Tenn . ..Union City. Tenn . . .McMinnville. Tenn ...Nasl1ville, Tenn Class Eleven, Class Nine: Manager Class Nine. 117 IVICLISH, T. B ..... . . .Amdevzzzb . . .Tishorningo, I. T. MCNEILLY, R. H .... .. ..Actzdemz'c . . . .Nashville, Tenn. PACK, LEONA. . . .... Academic. . . .... Union City, Tenn. Class Prophet. PALMER, W. M., 5 X. . . ..... Acaciemzk. , Murfreesboro, Tenn. Glee Club '96-97. PILCHER, S. C., 42 A U .... .... A cademic.. .. ..Nashville, Tenn. REAM, BOUDINOT. . .........,... Acacfemzb. . Class Eleven, Class Basketball Team. . .Wapanucka, I. T. ROBINS, H. L., A A' E ............ Academzk ......,.......... Guntown, Miss Class Basketball Team: Class Eleveng Captain Class Nine. SLOAN, FRANCES R .......' ....... A cademfc .......,.......... Imbod en, Ark SMART, JR., R. D., A A' If. , . .... Acezrlemic. . ,... Memphis, Tenn Class Nine. SMITH, G. M., If 0 Il, , , . .. .Academzb . .... Nashville, Tenn SNEAD, J. B. W. ........ . . .Academia .... . . .Murfreesboro, Tenn. STALLCUP, J. A., L' A E. . . .... Amciffizzb. , .... Sikeston, Mo Glee Club. STEERE, A. C., If H 11 ,,,. .,.. A cacimzzb. . . Shreveport, La STOCKARD, J. .T .... .... A cczdemic. . . ..... Nevada, Mo SURBI-CR, L. E. ...... .... A C6l6Z7677Z7,C .... .... N ashville, Tenn TANSIL, .l.pD., A T S2 ,,,... ...... A caciefzzic ............ .. .Dresden, Tenn Entrance Prize on Latin and Greek. TERRILL, HATTIE L .... ......... A 66161767122-6 .... ...., D echerd, Tenn TIPTON, H. F .... .... A cademic .... . . .Tiptonville, Tenn TURNEY, W. H ......,..... ,... A cczciemic. . . ..., Auburn, Tenn UNDERWOOD, E. M., 0 A 0 ....... Academic ,............ ....... A tlanta, Ga Captain Class Track Teamg 'Varsity Eleven: Class Eleveng Winner of 440 and 880 Yard Runs on Class Field Day. UNDERWOOD, R. S .............. Academic ............ . . .Nashville, Tenn Class Eleven: Class Basketball Team. WADE. C. R .,.. .... A cczdevvzic ........... .... O verall, Tenn 118 WELLS, W. K., A 7 sz .,.. WHITMAN, W. C .... WILLIAMSON, V. R .... . . . .ACdCZ6l7Z!'C. . . . Class Nine. ... .GlaSS, Tenn . . . .Acna7cmz'c. . . . . . . Sweetwater, Tenn . . . ,Academic Cluss Nine. , , , .... Memphis, Tenn WILSON, T. H .................. Aczzdemzt ....,....... San Bernardino, Cal Captain Class Basketball Team, Class Eleven. .BrOw1:1Sville, Tenn ......Visalia, Cal WINSTON, J. G., 41 J U ........,.. Amdezzzzk ....,........ WOOD, W. .T .................... Academic Captain Class Eleven, Class Basketball Team. WYETH. G. A , 41 LI 9 ,... ...... A caciemzb. . . 'W me Rx, 6 5 ,Uhr f V fri-'16 jk' 'glx I1 ei . 'QI 'SQA I. ,Ill lm Ll ill lf' I ff Ni X3 mn I ll i vi lfdli ' if E " . 'Q f N"--' -- 1 5 41 ck wily' 5 ' 'V "' " ' ,PEA -KRS. . - . 'f '. L. - ' 'igigi' 5 f as al' L, ' 71 fs' gyirwf J .354 . ,Q '-.4 f ' ' qi,-fQ9Ifmzi.: ,, Fl gif., gJQ,f'il"ll,-Q, , Ska. ,L w'Il4"'f1,2.-, in 5 F 'fl "' 1-.Lf j" Tl,-QRSW l-' 'Q?"'Nl6u ' xg sglll, 1 n' Ll wx - I W 'E I 11.2 72 5 Q G za 1 1 I . ............. St. Louis. MO OTH if IVI OKUERN CRLRPIATORQ 119 Irregular and Special Students. BATES, LIZZIE LOU BELL, MAGGIE C. BUTTOREE, ELIZABETH CRUTCHFIELD, WALLACE MOSS DAVIS, LOLLIE DEWI-IURST, MARY DOAK, .T R., HENRY MELVILLE FRANKLIN, GRACE E. HARRIS, MARY T. HIGHT, JR., GEORGE WASHINGTON HOWE, JOHN B. A. HOWE, WILLIAM PATTON HUGHES, GEORGENE MYERS, CORA MCDUFFIE, PENELOPE PERKINS, FLORENCE NELMS POTTER, WILLIAM DIXON REED, FREDERICA ROSE, JESSIE SMITH, GEORGE LAFAYETTE THONIPSON, MARY HANIILTON WHIFFIN, HAMLET H. WHITE, CORAL YOWELL, MINNIE C. Soule College. Bethel College. Ward Seminary. Fort Worth Polytechnic. Ward Seminary. Belmont College. U. S. Naval Academy. Ward Seminary. Logan Female College. Nashville High School. 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Episode. i N his chamber sat the Theologic-cuss, Far removed from worldly noise and fuss, Reading o'er his Bible. Near him sat A peanut-bagg the hulls were in his hat. Through the open Window came the yell Of triumph: "Hippity-huss! What the h- IS the matter with us?" A look of pain Swept ,cross the face seraphicg then again, Turning to his dog-eared book, he hid His light beneath a bushel, which once chid The Master, till the last 'C Hippity-hussll Died, and quiet sat the Theologic-cuss. 'f fl rs" 1 f f ' 7 ,Qpxw WM., r if . 'gogzl' M222 9 , lffff, 445- , I' Alf , J, ffl" 1 S 1' rfbvvhf tv-gk,-i-' ff XXZQ X4 f::"',...s:.--- if f - zz. , 6 1. , . X r , f X 2 , V 4 122 .R -X N n ENYSX X6 XV' xl! ,H 5 . ' .l....XxA Wk' ff 9, Y Riff! Q ll li' Xllfl' ww 1 .1 .M lik :AGI 'C f'f' .."l'l'l A X' EQ' 'J 5,'f'j' N' AM 'lx -f ' ff" 7 ' ,H ,' I ,Y X. 5 ..Semor Glass... , . I N. IN. 'Q ADAMS, GASTON TROY, A. B .... Nevvbern, N. C. 'Wh 3 ,l XX law ,Ml , REQ BATTIN, SAMUEL J ..... .......... N orfolk, Va. - ini "I 1 , 'X 'f . I - 10 .1 P1 lil ,I I , . ' :Ms ' M Z f lt CANTER, HARIQY M , A. B. ..Washingtor1, D.C. ,I , 11.gf4.I, il ll' ' , ll Q- ' T . !' I 3, I I X A. If CLEMENT, ANDREYV E ........ Nashville, Tenn- il .I l L' I' f A TQ rl fll,,if,1 I I I Q, l COBB, PHARAOH L., A.B ....... St. O1air.Tem1. I , , Iggy l ',f A .4 TQ Q, lj XX JOYNER, NICOLAS E., A. B .... MOSS Point,MisS. N! Vfff ly . ll l If A ,fi f f ,f l. KING, .TESSE T., A.B .......... Stockda1e,TeXaS. ff' , 11 w,' I If :ff ' ' X P! I - LANG1,Ev,JosEpH D ......... Norfo1k,Va. , 7 , f ,Q ,J . dl A 0 ,f 1 AVVLJ7' MCSWAIN,R.B.,A..B..A1'1-iadelphla., Ark. f fqff 7. fgf .1 ' MITCHELL, JAMES B , B.S.. Leesburg, Va. A I, 1 ' X ff lffffl, ,' ' RA1112, GEORGE E., A B. ...... Kenton, Ky, . ,, ' 'ff 'f ,. R SHIPLEY, JNO. A. G., A.B. .Covington,Va. f' ' 'A 'f X ,ff xff, " HQ!! , ','fM , 1. TERRELL, JAMES M., A.B. .Sonoma, N. C. M ,,...igf' H," XX If A A, -Hd -f-- " xx' ,. ., .V xx, I TRAWICK, A. M., A.B. . .Nashvi1le, Tenn. ifff A TQ .middle Qlass.. ABNEY, OLYMPIA MCK ..... .... A .B .... ...Ple:1sant, S. C. BLACK, BENSON HARRISON .... .... B .S .... ...Litt1eton, N. C. 2' N BURROW, BANKS MEACHAM .... .... ...... . . Altus. Ark. CARRE, HENRY BEACH ....... .... A .B .... .... N ew Orleans, La L' X CHERRY, BENJAMIN ALEX. . ........ .... N ashville, Tenn MCCLUIQE, JOSEPH NEWTON ..... ..... A .B ..... .... D ouglas, Va. MCKENZIE, EDXVARD .... .... ..... A . M ..... .... N ew Castle, Ky. 123 X I MCLARTY, EMMETT KENNEDY MEIQRILL, WILLIAM TELL ...... MERIZITT, DANIEL TATUM. . . PARICS, JAMES DOLPHIN. .. WHITESIDE, JOSEPH. . . . ATKINSON, CHARLES DARRITY. BARGUS, EDVVARD R ........... BOWEN, ALBERT CROSLAND ..., BRUNK, NVILLIAM WASHINGTON ..... BULL, WILLIAM BLACKWELL. . . DAVIS, CHARLES T. ........... . HARRIS, THOMAS B .........,.. HOUNSHELL, CHARLES GIDEON KING, VVILLIAIVI PETER ..... .. MAQDONELL, GEORGE NOWLAN- MORGAN, JOSEPH J... RANVLINGS, JAMES CLELAND. . . REED, HENRY THOMAS. ...... . . QUILLIAN, FRANK ............ SLOVER. GEOTQGE STANFORD. . . X0 A T82 ..jlllli0l' QIGSS.. .. .. ...B.S.... KA ....Ph.B.... KA X0 KA lr' A ..CbQ0l0giCc1l Zdlldiddid.. ADACHI, C. K .... .............................. .... ATLEE, EMIL G .,.. CLAYTON, A. B ..... . CRUTCHFIELD, W. M .... ...... DAILY, HENRY J ...... ........ 2 N DRAKE,B.M-... .... A' Q DUCKWORTH, R. P ..,. .......... If 27 124 ... . .MonrOe, N. C. .WoOdvi11e, MO. ... . .NOrfOlk, Va. .WhiteSburg, Ga. .OXfOrd, Ala. . . . Jackson, La. South Bosque, Texas. .Ozark, Ala. . . . .J'ericO, MO. .NaSl1vil1e, Tenn. .BriStO1, Tenn. .MarShall, MO. .Rural Retreat, Va. .Red Hill, Ga.. . Savan nah, Ga. . Dallas, Texas. .BradfOrdsvi1le, Ky. .Greenvil1e, Ky. .BeltOn, Ga. .BOOnSville, Texas .KOb6, Japan. .Monterey, Mex. . . . . .San Bernardino, Cal .Da1laS, Texas. .....Millersb1.1rg, Ky. .NaShville, Tenn. .BrOWnSvi1le, Tenn. FOURBS, THOMAS R. . HARROLSON, EUGENE .... HAWKINS, C. E ...... HUDGENS, R. H ..... HURT, S. M. R.. .. IRION, J. W ..... LEE, H. D ........... LONG, LEMUEL R .... MORGAN, G. A.. . . NISHIKAWA, T. S .... NUNN, GEORGE J' .... RECTOR, G. C .... .. STOCKARD, J. J ..... WADE, C. R... .. WILSON, T H .... ATS2 LIKE KA I--Ai . X, f 6 f Eff? sffdffw Q XZ ' N , 2,4 ,Sak Wag ' 1 , :Q Elf? 1141!- gf- ,aff 1? 'f?T ,4 ,. Q3E,.j.f,. ,,,yJlL- f 1,44-' ,, 1:24. " ,Z 4-f..,4:a2' 4 f , . ' 'f x U Alai ,fb I I Z . , ' N E1-Div' Aff-f 5 .-,1y'- ""-11 -, .,, , g gs n ' 1 - -- ,-- ll .1 --1 125 San Bernardino, Cal Elkton, Ky. Fenton, Mo. Nashville, Tenn. Millersburg, Ky. Paris, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Mt. Pleasant, Tenn Shelbyville, Tenn. Japan. Jacksonville, Texas Manor, Texas. Nevada, Mo. Overall, Tenn. San Bernardino, Cal out no zaags. Gilead at the Law Banquet? 647' i f RINK to the health of Cadet! X.. 'tv E! Q V The gallantest Steed that ever yet Bore gallant master through the sun and rain s - ,SS .me N RISK X Kww 3 OE changing years. Never again, In these degenerate days, Will such a steed Or such a master beg for the good old breed Of horses and of men is dying. Let Us drink to the health of Cadet! . fa fi fa Here's to the health of Cadet! The only horse that ever yet Has helped to make all legal puzzles plaing Ambling along, with easy reint Through all the tangled thickets of the law, Bearing us with him, until at length we saw Tney guarded Justice, and were therefore set. I drink to the health of Cadet! G fi G And last, here's the health of Cadet And the Colonelg we shall never forget The tall sorrel horse with the white-blazed face, Moving with sober, dignified pacegg? Bearing his white-haired mastery bigftwhen you and I Are old lawyers, we shall smile andtsigh When we think of these two. Once again, let Us drink to the health of Cadet! -C P W 126 4, 128 X X N, W fiQf X!! XXX f I I 4 ,, gf f in I . lel, fi., 7 jifztf "': I f l 1 Mx 1 A L If , . , if W 1453? f A , O Law D partm nt. ATKINSON, XVPLLTAM H.. ..S2lliGl' ZIGSS.. BREEDLOVE, JAMES WILLOUGHBY. . ........... , . . CHILDERS, BEN, A. B., CVa.nclerbilt Universityl ...... DULING, ALBERT ............... ...................... FARRELL, JR., NORMAN, B.S., Nanderbilt Universityj.. .. GOFORTH, JOSEPH .,......... JACOBSON, CHARLES ..... JONES, HOUSTONL-. .......... . LIVINGSTON, JR., HENRY JOSEPH, A.B. CVanderbi1t Universityy ....... MCKIE, R. E. ..... , MORGAN, MATTHEW MARSHALL .... MCNALLY, JOHN J ...... ,...... MCALISTER, HILL.. . . . VOORHEES, PHIL B ..... FJ, 7- 1g9 Paris, Texas. Nlildrovv, I. T. Pulaski, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Caddo, I. T. Morrilltown, Ark. Macon, Miss. Brownsville, Tenn San Marcos, Tex Nashville, Tenn. New York City. Nashville, Tenn. Danville, Ill, BENNETT, L. W ........... BOOGHEN, HOYVARD M ..... CARR, HERBERT ....... DOSTER, H. S ........ FINN, CLARENCE M ....... HEASLIP, S. F .............. HUNT, SIDNEY JOHNSTON ..... JACOB, JR., CHARLES S.. . KING, ROBERT E ......... LEETWICH, LOUIS .... LEONARD, N. N ..... LEWIS. A. D ..... .......... LUSK, ROBERT ................ NEWLIN, OLIVER STOCKERD. . . .. PARKER, THOMAS ........... RAINS, JAMES PERCY. ......... . SOUTHGATE, JR., WILLIAM W .... SYPERT, G. W ....,.............. ..jlll1l0l' QIGSS.. STEGER, THOMAS M ............................... THO.MPSON, JACOB L ....... .............. .....,....... . . . WILLIAMS, CHARLES P., A.B fVanderbi1t Universityj .... .... WRIGHT, J. W ............. ..........................,. . . . 130 Nashville, St. Louis, Fulton, K Alabama. Franklin, Tenn. MO. y. Ky. New Orleans, La. Arkansas. Louisville, Ky. Brown sville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn. Boonville, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Nashville, Tenn. Saxapahaw, N. C. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Clarksville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn. .Emet, I. T. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. W l Ax ll F .5 Y n W I , y za. . Xqifi-i lx "ifi-,i- .f W.. 41?--'-' ' "I" M lx ,.,,.y 1 . ' "IW: "..'l W A ,. .. -. --H-. --'ESU --.AQ J -- -.--f "af " . QQ ' ? ' N X42 I 'i .nf - 1.1, C 5- fn 14, " ' M,,',-!- ' fy , Owf"'j"j' ff. , lg ln ' 7519 nv.. J J .fo ,O , . ' I 7 A U1 53?-T 'EY 4 '-13 QQ . 4, Mix., .gf M sm. A. 15:13 WAS... 7 f ,fs E Q' f Q' ATKEISSON, JOHN EDWARD HALL .... BARHAM, EDXVARD CLARK. ........ . BATES, SAMUEL RALSTON .... CLARKE, CLAUDE YERGER COVINGTON, .T AMES JONES. EA-XSTHAM, GEORGE WALTE R... Sfllibl' QIGSS.. 131 Tennessee. Tennessee. Tennessee. Mississippi Tennessee. Tennessee ELLIS, JOHN AUGUSTUS .......... FARIZINGTON, CHARLES OLIPHINT .... GOODLOE, EUGENE CLARKE ...... GRAY, EDYVIN BOOTH .......... GREER, WILLIAM ALLENSON .. HALEY, YOUNG, WILHOIT ...... HOIQNE, JOSEPH MADISON ..,.. MCCRARY, MAYNE BERNARD. . . MCKAY, LEE FRANKLIN ...... MCREE, ASA MEEKS ..... .... MENEES. THOBIAS WILLIAM .... PEGRAM, THOMAS ILES ..... PICKARD, JOSEPH HARVILL .... PUGH, JOHN TALBOT . .... . . ROBERTSON, GEORGE W .... RUSSELL, JAMES KARL. . . SADLER, JESSE LEWIS ...... SADLER, JODIE GRAHAM ....... SANDIFER, GEORGE HAYXVOOD .... SELF, JOHN ALBERT ........... SELLERS, IRA JACKSON. . . SEXTON, JOSHUA ZADOK .... TANKSLEX', HOUSTON.. . . ..... TAYLOIQ, THOMAS FRANKLIN. . . TUCKER, BLACKBURN GEORGE .,.. I . 7 if 5. -F. 4, . 1:-1.3 N giwk M8511 4 iffzezggrabk-2"'3'-SE fl'-5-:.'-i iii ll We ' "-I ' "F", '-s 'I F .fn ,,,. ,gf " Whig -VIf,'i1g.', -fg ,5g.,- . ,, "BSI f'lfN.,gJJ!ikL' ' 'f1ia2Q'.'L ' QJJ A .L--F - A .Q ' "'3n9'5S,4 ' -'qlf ,. 132 Tennessee. Texas. Alabama. Louisiana. Tennessee. Tennessee. Georgia. Tennessee. Tennessee. Georgia. Tennessee. Tennessee. Tennessee. Alabama. Mississippi Kentucky. Tennessee. Texas. Texas. Kentucky. Alabama Virginia. Tennessee. Tennessee. Tennessee- ui middl ldSS. J. F. FOX ..... . J. L. HOUSTON .... J. C. ROBERTSON.. . . R. B MACON ..... ANDERSON, WILLIAM EDWARD... . ANDREWS, CHARLES FLETCHER. . BOOKER, THOMAS ALVIN ......... CLEMENT, CHARLES ALBERT .... COBLE, SAMUEL GILLILAND. . . COBLE, THOMAS JACOB ....... COOK, MOSES ................. CROOK, LEANDER FRANKLIN .... CROOKS, A. ALEXANDER ...... DARWIN, THOMAS FRANKLIN . .. DAVIS, WILLIAM ROBERT. ...... . DORTCH, FREDERICK WILLIAM, De DOWLIN, WILLARD MADELL ...... EVANS, JAMES GLADNEY ...... FITZGERALD, JOHN WILLIAM .... FOX, J OSERH FRANKLIN ......... GRAHAM, WALTER WAVERLON, .. GRIFFIN, ROBERT BAILEY ....... HAVNER, JOSEPH BOSTICK ........ HAW, URIEL PIERCE, Sigma Nu . HEAD, FRANK ................... HIXON, FRANK PETTY ........... HOPKINS, MANEY ROSS, Sigma Al .Glass Otiicers. Glass Roll. pha Epsilon HOUSTON, JAMES LAFAYETTE .........,....... IRVINE, WARREN THOMAS... . . JONES, ROBERT LOGAN ..... JONES, THADDEUS K. .... . KETCHERSID, JOHN WESLEY ...... Ita Kappa Epsilon . . KIMBROUGH, PERCY MARNIADUKE .......... .............. KLINGMAN, HARRY MCCOY ...... LANGHORST, HENRY FREDERICK, MCDANIEL, ROBERT FARLEIGH. . . 'Varsity Eleven '96-97 ..., MACON, ROLAND BAIN. .................. . . . . MARABLE, JOHN HARTWELL, Kappa Signu . . . MICHAEL, WILLIAM K ...... .............. , MILLER, ROSCOE CLEMENT .... ........ MOSELY, JAMES EDWIN, Kappa Sigma ... 135 President. Vice President. Secretary. Treasurer. . . . .Alabama . . ..A1abama. . . . .Ca1ifOrnia. ....Arkansas ....Tennessee. . . . .Tennessee. . . . .Kentucky . . . .Tennessee. . . . .I11inOis. . . . .Tennessee. . . . .Tennessee. . . . .Arkansas. . . .Tennessee. ....LOuisiana. . . . .Tennessee. . . .Tennessee. . , .A1abaIna. . . . .Tennessee. , . .Arkansas ....MisSouri. . . . .Tennessee. ....A1abama. . . . .Tennessee. . , .A1abarna.. . . ..Tenr1essee. . . . .Tennessee. . . . .TeXas. . . . .Georgia .. . .Mississippi ....Mississippi . . . .I11inOis. .. . .Kentucky .. . .Tennessee. . . . .Tennessee. . . . .Mississippi ....Tennessee. . . . .Tennessee. NEASE, HIRAM LEE .......... PANGLE, HORACE GREELEY .... PARKS. JOSEPH ANDREW. .. PHILLIPS, EUGENE SEYVELL ..,, POPE, JAMES GAN. ......,... . . . PYOTT, FRANIC ..... ................ REES, HARRY CLAYTON, Sigma Nu .... ROBERTSON, JACK COMER . ROSSER, WALTER WILLIS, Kappa Sigma .... SAVAGE, GEORGE HAMILTON, Kappa Sigma ,... SMITH, WILLIAM FRANK .......... ..... . . ... .. ..... . ........ STRAW, EDYVIN EPHRAILI, Sigma Nu ...... ....... ...... .................. STRINGFIELD, THOMAS, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 'Varsity Eleven '96-97 SULLIVAN, FEL1X KIRLEY .......... TLQHOMAS, JAMES HERSCI-IEL ........ VAUGHN, GEORGE E., Sigma Chi .... WALKER, CHARLES ROBERT ....... WATKINS, MARTIN LUCIUS. ........ . WEST, OLIN, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . .. WHEELER, JOSIAH ....... ......... WOOD, OSCAR ............... Q. YOUNT, W ILLIAM EMANUEL .... :E . gg sf' ' 'jaw f Q , . , 1 553 ,ggscsa M II , f lf x cj I M , . l VN' I .1 fl XXX: X II BL T' ' ', IA" my I I f if - , . , . 4 1- - - ' '1 ' .- .Ill ,ls J . jill- " .-I '- A 1 136 Tennessee. Tennessee. Tennessee. Tennessee. Texas. Virginia. 'Tennessee California. Alabama. Tennessee. . Tennessee. virginia. North Carolina Tennessee. T exas. Kentucky. Alabama. Alabama. Alabama. Texas. Texas. Missodri. ADAMS, EIJXVIN GAILLORD ...... BALLENGEN, AVILLIAM ELLIOT. . . BARNIETT, THOMAS MEIQINXVETIIIEIQ BARNSBACK. RAY SMITH ....... . BERRY, HUGII L. ........ Q BERRY, 'WILLIAM THOMAS. . . BLACKBURN, JOI-IN HENRY.. . . BROTHERTON, JAMES NIONH-JE.. BROXVN, ALEXANDER A ....., BURNS, CHARLES SUTTON. . . BURNS, SAMUEL LEE ..,,. COLES, WVAN HARLINCER.. I. . . CURLIN, CHARLES YVILSON.: . . . DUCKWORTIAI, ROBERT PIERCE . . DUI.1NI.AllGE5 W. B ............ ELLIS, LEONARD RICHARD. . . EDWARDS, HENRY A ...... FAUST, HENIQY ....... FULLER,-JONES. .. .. GREEN, CLIFTON L ........, . HIXSSETT, CHARLES REDMOND. . . HAXVKINS, HERMAN ........... I'IIGHTOXVER, :LEKVIS HENRY. . . HORNER, FRANK TATE ..... HORSTON, DICK F ..... HUEEMAN, GPREY J.. . HUST. RUBEN .... . . JOHNSON, ISAAC F.. .... .. JOHNSTON, JAMES GILLIAM . . . JONES, TQPHRAINI GJEOFFREY ...... LANOIIORST, FREDERICK HENRY. LESTER, EDWARD S ............. I-4OXVI-ZY, JOIIN SHIRLY.. MALLOW.JOHN NI ............ BIASON. WILLIAM HEIQIZEIKT ..... MCCAEEREV. PATRICK JOSEPH. . . MCCULLAR, JAMES ALEXANDER. . NICIQEYNOLDS, SHEPARD S .... MOORE. EBBIN DUNCAN ..... MOOIQHZ, JAMES EDDGAR .... NEAL, VVILLIAM HOIQIXTLO. . . NEXVMAN, N. R .............. OEEUTT, CHARLES RICHARD. . . OXVEN, WILLIAM T. . ..... . . PAYNI3, G. W. ............ . PECK, ALBERT BENTON ....... PENDERGRASS, WILLIAM C .... Fig- jlI!li0l' QIGSS .....,. . I 137 Georgia. Arkansas. Alabama. Illinois. Tennessee. Alabama. Kentucky. Missouri. Texas. Arkansas. I Arkansas. Tennessee. H - .ly Kentucky. Tennessee. Tennessee. ' Arkansas. South Carolina North Carolina South Carolina Mississippi. Illinois. Tennessee. Mississippi. Tennessee. Texas. Alabama. Arkansas. Tennessee. South Carolina . Mississippi. Illinois. Virginia.. Tennessee. Texas. Kentucky. Pennsylvania. Alabama. Kentucky. South Carolina. North Carolina Tennessee. Tennessee. Tennessee. Tennessee. Kentucky. Virginia. California. PINKSTON, C. L .......... POLK, WILLIAM JULIUS .... REAGAN, MATHIAS M . . . ROGERS, WILLIAM P .... SCOTT, ZELMAR ......,... SMITH, JOSEPH LUTHER. ..... . STIMSON, CHENEY METCALF. . . 'fRAVVICK, GEORGE CONNOR .... TRAWIGK, JOHN DAVID ...... THERIOT, JR., ALEXANDER . VADEN, 'WILLIAM EDGAR. . . . VANCE, ASHBURY JOHNSON ..... VESSELI.S, FRANK MEREDITH .... WALTON, FRANK. .............. WARE, VVILLIAM W .............. WELBURN, WILLIAMSON CROTHERS. . . IWHORTON, YVILLIAM WALTER ..... XVOODS, ALBERT FARRAR. ..... . VVOODWARD, ANDERSON M ..... WOOLDRIDGE, WESTON BIRCH .... YEARWOOD, ARCHIBALD LEE. . . N I I ' m m f. tx., an f f. 1. In I i n 'ff K .x' V-. X . f' N ff W 138 CSJFZ Alabama. Tennessee. Missouri. Texas. Tennessee. Kentucky. Tennessee. Tennessee. Tennessee. Louisiana. Tennessee. Arkansas. Missouri. Alabama. Tennessee. Tennessee. Alabama. . . . .South Carolina Texas. . . . .Texas. Tennessee. Ddfllll Ili f Plldfllld . SQIUOI' ZIZISS. GOREE, ROBERT BRECKENRIDGE. . . GRIFFIN, HARRY HANIMOND ........ HARRISON, JR., GEORGE WILSON. .... ........... . . jllllm' QIZISS DYE, THOMAS CLEMENS .... GOODLOE, THOMAS HAL ..... JETTON, ROBERT LEE.. ..... ... MASTIN, THOMAS FRANKLIN .,................. . . . IVIITCHELL, DAN ......,...... .......... ............ .... MOORE, RANDOLPH GILBERT, A.B. Ckloward Collegep ..... .... ROGERS, HARTWELL W ................................. .... WHIEFIN, H. H., A.M. lKnox Collegej .... YVHXTEHEAD, FREDERICK ZOLLICOEEER .... WILLIAMS, JOHN PHILIP ............... ZIMMERMAN, THEOPHILUS A. G. A ..,. I N 1' . :r,, 5, E T ix I! dxf? 139 Navasota, Texas Darlington, S. C Mt. Hebron, Ala Plano, Texas, Gainesville, Ala. Farmington, Ky B,lue6eld, NV. Va Gainesville, Ala. Franklin, Ky. Wessoii, Miss. Kansas City, MO Winona, Miss. Nashville, Tenn. Inglefield, Ind. Co Ber Slipper. 1 ITTLE slipper! ' .II g 4tD ff L I ,,4v.v M- . -A . ... - , -4.H-....f:1- On my mantle that art sitting Dreaming of the silken Hitting Of her garments, and the vision You have caught of fields Elysian, And the gleaming, glowing splendor Of the Woman, true and tender, I adore, Tell me somewhat, I implore. Little slipper! Little slipper! Little slipper! Tell me, if you can remember, Wlaen she saw you, did each ember In your slipper-heart blaze brightly As before her tire she lightly Slipped you o'er the silken stocking That was lost amid the flocking Of the laces? Did'st remark her many graces? Answer me another question: Pure is she, Without suggestion Evil? Is she true? Will she Trample my heart too until she lVearies of my fond devotion, Then kick me off with pretty motion, Saying 4'Ughl How I hate this worn old shoe?'7 You are tongueless, lost in dreaming Of the speechless dazzling gleaming Of the visions that have Heeted. But you need not be conceited, I know more than you could tell me Than your vanished tongue could spell me In your life For the lady is my wife. 140 Grim Ill f D llli Il' , BABCOCK, DRU RY ABEL ..... I .... BARRER, ELIJAH HIITCHINSON . BECKH.-XNI, PAUL YV.-XRRINER. . BIRDSONG, HUGPI PERCIE .... . BRAND, AINIBROSE ALEXANDER .. BRAND, LESTER VVYNN ....... CADE, EDWIN BOYKIN ,..,.. CHATHAINI, MYIQON I4UTl-IER .. CRENSHAW, VA SSA R ...... IJ.-IZEY, VVILLI.-'ARI LEE ...... DISMUKES, JAMES TAYLOR.. DOOLIN, HIIQIAAI SHELTON ... GLOKVEII, HENRY' HUNTER ,. GOLSON, WILLIAM HENRY. . . GIQIFFIN, EIZASRIUS' EiRANK . .. HAYS, JOHN 'fIRS:'. ,,.. . .. HEII'ES, ROBERT EDWARD . . .. HOGAN, JR., JOHN Hi.-XRRISON. .. EIOIVARIJ, JOHN CLORE.. . . . HUNT, IVILLIABI JAMES ..,..... HUNTER, EDWA RD MARSHALL . , . IRVIN, ROBERT EDWARD DANIEL ITEFYLING, GABRIEL NASH ....... MERRILL, JOHN OSCAR ..... MOORE. WHITNEY HENRY ...... MCDfXNIEI,, WILLIAM TAYLOR . . MCK1i2NNEY', JESSE DEE ........ MCMILLIN, ANDREW THOMAS .... M152 GUIAR, CHARLES WILBUR. . . NFJBLETT, JOHN XVALTEN . . . PERRY RICHARD HIIZARI .. . ipl-IILLIPS, EMORY TOTTEN. . . RICHARDS, JOHN ALYERY . . SNIDER, EUGENE JEROME ... SPENCE, JAMES HOMER .... . UCANDY, CHARLES HIENIIY .... TAR RANT, FELIX ISHAM. . . . TAYLOR, CHARLES STOXVIWZ ...... IVALKER. JOHN CI-IRISTORI-IER . . . WARE, ROBERT ELLIS . . ..... WOOIIARD, DI-CMPSEV TAYLOR. . . SQIIIOI' QIZISS. 141 Illinois. Kentucky. Virginia. Mississippi. Illinois. Illinois. Tennessee. Tennessee. Alabama. Texas. Kentucky. Kentucky. Georgia. Alabama. Mississippi Tennessee. Louisiana. Illinois. Kentucky. Tennessee. Tennessee. .-Xlabania. Tennessee. ,Tennessee Kentucky. ....Al3.bH.l11H. Indiana. Arkansas. Kentueky. Tennessee. Kentucky. Kentucky. Louisiana. South Carolina Mississippi Kentucky. Alabama. Tennessee. South Carolina North Carolina Tennessee. ALLMON, RINALDO .......... BETHANCOURT, FRED LEWIS. . . BOOTE, WILLIADI RUSSELL ........ BRADSHAW, EDGAR BOARDNIAN .... CAVVTHON, FRANK LOUIS. ..... . CHISHOLM, WILLIAM RUEUS. . . COOK, JR., JOHN TYLER ..... . DAVIS, ALBERT HENRY ............. DONALDSON, RIVERS MERINVETHER. DUNN, JOHN THUSS .......... ..... DUPREE, DONALSON IRVIN. . . ELLIOTT, LEE ............... EZELLE, WVILLIAM MORRISS ......., middle ZIZISS. FERGUSON, WILLIAM BROWN LEE . . . HAGER, BENJAMIN TAYLOR ........ HALE, THOMAS LESTER ..... HATFIELD, LEE. ............ . HAXXVSEY, HENRY HOPGOOD .... HEARD, GEORGE WASHINSTON.. . . HILL. JOHN LANDON .....,..... HOARD, WILLIAM TAYLOR ......... HOCKERSMITH, ARTHUR ELMORE ..... HORD, HUBER PI.-XLEY. ......... . IRYVIN, FIiED IVIALONE .......,. JELKS, WALTER CARLETON. ........ . JOHNSON, JAMES CLARENCE NELSON .4,. KRAMM, YVILLIAM ............. . . . . . . LEXVY, MARX MEYER ....... MALON E, JOHN COLEMAN .. . MANNING. JOHN B. ...... ........... . MATTHEWS, WILLIAM ALEXANDER .... MOORE. EUGENE OVERTON ........ MOORE. JOSEPH ANDREXV... . MOSLEY, BUREL NELSON .... MULKEY, ROYAL REX ...... MUNDAY, CHARLES DUNCAN. . . NAHM, CLARENCE R .......... NEIL, LUTHER ALTON ..... NEWELL, JOHN BEATTIE ........ NEYVMAN, THOMAS JEFFERSON . . NORWOOD, SAMUEL RICHARD .... PARKS, ADDISON KAIZRICK.. . POWELL, JAMES DUBOSE. .. PRUETT, JESSE NEWTON . . . RAMOS, KAFAEL M ........ READ, JR., ISAAC HENIQY. . . REYNOLDS, BEAUMONT W .... 142 Alabama. Louisiana. Louisiana. Kentucky. Florida. Alabama. Alabama. Tennessee. Arkansas. Alabama. Tennessee. . . .Tennessee. Alabama. Texas. Tennessee. Tenn essee. Tennessee. Louisian a. Texas. . . .Tenne-ssee. . . . .TeXas. ... .Kentucky. Kentucky. . . . .TeXaS. Mississippi Tennessee. Illinois. Louisiana. . . . Texas. . . . .FlOrida. . . . .Tennessee Mississippi Ohio. ....Texas . . . .TeXas, Arkansas. Kent ucky. Texas. Kentucky. Arkansas. Louisiana. Kentucky. Mississippi Texas. Mexico. Tennessee. Kentucky. RICH, MISS CELIA ,..... ROSE, FRED MORTIMER.. . SADLER, RUEUS BUEORD. . . SHAW, FRANK ISAAC.. . . . SILBERIVIAN, Morris Lewis SIMMS, JOHN BENJAMIN. . . STUBBS, JOHN OSCAR .... THERIOT, MAIQK ........... TOYVNEIQ, JUSTIN DEWEY... . . VVALKER, JACKSON READE ...... NVASHINGTON, JAMES GEORGE. VVEST, ALFRED BYRON ......... WESTBROOK, JAMES CRAIG ..... VVHITFIELD, WILLIE EDMUND. . . WHITMAN, ANDREW HEARNE. . . YVOLFE, FRANK DEKALB. ...... . ARMISTEAD, WIRT MAYS ....... BALLENGER, CURTIS MURRAY. . . BARNETT, JUDGE .............. BLANCHARD FAGNET A ........ BOGER, CHARLES FREDEIQICIC. . . BOW HONVARD GAINES .......... BOYD, JOHN JETT .............. CAMERON, JR., JAMES DONALD . CATLETT, PENNINGTON TUCKER DAILEY, TTKAVIS ........,,...... DUNCAN, LOY BROOKS ....... EASTER, GEORGEVMURPHY .... ELEAZER, JOHN RICHARD ..... FARRISS, JR., WILLIAM MONIQOE .... FERGUSON, BISMARCK .......... FRAZER, JOSEPH EDDXVARD ...... GALLOWAY, THONIAS LENOIR . . . GHOLSON, MILTON GALBIIEATH.. GILL, HORACE TIPPECANOE .... GILLESPIE, WILLIAM COCHRAN . . GIQIFFIN, JAMES LEWIS ........ GUESS, SAMUEL HOUSTON. . . HAAS, ALEX MURDOCH .,.. HALL, CLAUDE HERBERT .... HAMMOND, SAM ........... HARLAN, JAMES LEE ..... HAIIRIS, ROBERT KEITH ..... HARRISON, THOMAS OWEN. . . TNGE, JR., RICHARD ........ jllllibl' QIGSS 143 Tennessee. Texas. Arkansas. California. Tennessee. California. Kentucky. Louisiana. Tennessee. Alabama. Tennessee. Louisiana. Alabama. Texas. Alabama. Texas. Tennessee. Texas. . . .TeXas. Louisiana. Mississippi. Kentucky. Tennessee. Mississippi Mississippi Indiana. Kentucky. Arkansas. Tennessee. Tennessee. Texas. Mississippi .. .Tennessee H Iennessee. Kentuckv. ...Tennessee. Kentucky. . . . Mississippi Louisiana. Texas. Kentucky. Texas. Texas. Louisiana. . . .A1abam,a, JACKSON, NV.-XI,KEN GEE.. JOLLY, EDWARD NIARION.. . JONES, JAMES MCGREGOR.. JOHNSON, MRS. LOU EVIE. . . JOHNSTON, JOSEPH RUSSELL. . KAISER, EDXXVAIQD ELMORE ..,.. MCITENNON, CHARLES 'fl-IOMPS ON... .. . MCNEELY, MARION ..,........... NIILLER, VICTOIi IRVIN. . . MONTGOMERY, Ci.-ASTON ..... . PEACOCR, HENRY BENAJAH.. . PHILLIPS, ARTHUR BARR ...... POINDEXTER, JOHN DUIQXVOOD. . . PORTER, VVILLIAM HOWSON. . . PIQICE, LEWTS BRADLEY .... RAMAGE, LEVI JOSEPH. . . SIMS, VVILL PRUETTE ......... SIMMONS, EUGENE VVESTALL. . SLEDGE, ALEXANDER ....... SMITH, HIXDDON BASS ...... CPAVEL, CHARLES ALBERT . . . REIQIQY, RICHARD SETH ..., . THOMAS, ROBERT POXVELI, . . . THOMPSON, J AMES AVILLI.-XMB.. . . TII,FOliD,. ELONZO DAVIS ..... WEST, JULIUS MARION ....... VVHEAT, ACHILLES ALPHEU3 .... YVHITMAN, FRANK LOUIS .... XVIND1-IABI, JOHN EARL ....... WOODBERY, CLAUDE HINSON ..... NVURZBACH, GEORGE CONSTANT. DISHMON, ROBERT IEAYLOR. . . .Irregular Students.. I-IERRIEORD. JOHN FLETCHER .. LOCKHARDT, JOHN HIRAM. . . WALKUP, HENIQY BASCOM Texas. Louisiana. Louisiana. Arkansas. Kentucky. Tennessee. Arkansas. .. .... Tennessee. Ohio. Tennessee. Georgia. ....KentuGky, Tennessee. Illinois. Mississippi Alabama. ...Tennessee Texas. . . .A1a.banIa. Alabama. Tennessee. Texas. Mississippi Tennessee. Iientucky. Arkansas. MississiyJ1.mi Alabama. ... Alabama. Florida. Texas. Tennessee. Texas. Virg in ia. Texas. " PZlIl'iOIiSm." Breathestheretheinan widisoulsodead Who never to himself hath said, "Though I'm dead broke, yet just the same I'm bound to see that football game!" Whose heart hath ne'er within him burned As lungs he inside out hath turned To tell abroad old Var1dy's fame? If such there breathe, go, mark him well! For him no Glee Club anthems swell. Big though his head-piece. high his grade, And though his virtues he parade, Despite conceit and self-approval We all demand his quick removal. He ne'er is doomed to Win renown, For justice can but turn him downg From Vandy's gateshe will be Hung, llnwept,unhonored,and unsung. X -"F1'rz." U , 3. X i " fi Y' 1 Ymfusii Qt' 5 f' -E-35:1-: X Ig- -5 , , xg.-" 19 14,5 f-,I . 1 m00Il Dl'QdlI1S. X HAT night we parted-I shall ne'er forget- J You walked with me down through the lane ' 'I And arched above usg and, like a dim, sweet pain, 1 Of silent-foliafged trees whose branches met fjzfi if f -f I, I That breaks upon unconsciousness and yet C 2 . Iff' ,af XZ Is grateful, for it wakes in us again The old dark mystery--the wild regret T ag X And ecstasy of life-the gateway, set With gleaming pillars, shone amid a rain Of moonbeams. O night of speechless splendor, let 'Me dream the old dreams! I shall ne'er'forget. Q r- L-1 I f. M gm 4 , iii' Qi f ran f - ,I IU'-l' 7.20 l if X, Q c x MEM -ful' '1- 1 -1- 3 ,Q.- f -N J fb If fxx R in 4" - Ck K 1 f , X 11:77 ,QQ K' 'lf K1 F, f D, 57' .-' I-' fl' FA I-J 'l' 'ff 'fc 4 'aim M NM 1 XS li b- 5, 7 NNW X Q! -, gy, ffl . A v V1 f I l ' 4, ' . 1' . "ca-r r :iw Q -' -. ,-- ,,..,,,. 3 1 1 L1 : 1 ' ,- K 1 , , . 1, ., . , 1 " 5 ff ,I 1 1- .' ' T32fZ"f . , I If I I f ,X ,N V' f , 1. 1 ax. 253 ,, 4,1 L.. na 5 ' 1 L , . , , , .f u 1 N 3 'Zz' 11, f ' " 5-43 . 4 . , fyyx .'.1f G'? 4 if 'ff' : ynilsi - . 5 : 1 - --' 'xi ' n I BW 4 ., I-f f f ,ff , 1 555' ff Q V I -' I Ha 4 fs " 'sf Q' ' r ,I V L ' gif iff- 1 M4-err: I ', 2-5:' '5 I' 2" 5.1 1,-fair? gag - , f 5 'gfT41"fm. .Q 1 '- 4, 141 fi , X 'fi' ,v,' 55,7 fig?- ff 9- 1 , f ' , 'fnfiii -.AW , ,,f"'-yff2Yff44f X :ff ' x 'h7f , ,' ,f "if f- -" .0 " "' - -.-' f 2-N.: 1' yffof X7 ' Lf , '-":',:4g'a+ -k Qgfgjfe5321:gg-ff'-.'S-' .. 'L Pfli f'GffQ:.2.zf. Fllld "' -M XJ, . L-1 ....---..... ii p , N 1 ,ff s fl XX 7 f"x " j"' ' ' C7 " 'Tj Ii1 f B PN V 5 Q ' Ll .. f' Li - f X , ' LXXXM S:- 147 X Q!! Prizes Hwarded in 1896. Founder's Department Medal. . Owen Prize Medal ........... Founder's Day Medal .... ..... R. A. Young Medal .... .... Crawford Scholarship .... .... Founder's Department Medal . . Founder's Department Medal .. A. L P. Green Medal .......... Elliott F. Shepard Prize . . . . Founder's Department Medal Law Dept. Scholarships... . . . Founder's Department Medal Founder's Department Medal Taylor Junior Medal .......... Founder's Department Medal Morrison Brothers' Medal to the second in competition for the Founder's Medal. ., . Academic Department. Cummins Ratcliffe. . . . .Campbell Bonner . ..... . . Granville M. Pritchett .... Nat F. Cheairs .............. Shephard Halsey Werlein ...., Engineering Department. W'illiam Hamilton Johnson .... .... Biblical Department. James A. Parks ........... .Henry Beach Carre, A.B .... Raleigh W. Greene .... . . . Law Department. T. McConnico ........ . Henry J. Livingston, .Tr ..... Hill McAlister ............. Medical Department. Harrington Marr ........ . Pharmaceutical Department. Thomas Lee Odom ............. .... Williamson Crothers Welburn Department of Dentistry. George C. Albright ...... S 'William F. McKenney. . . 148 Arkansas. Tennessee. Missouri . Tennes see. Missouri. .Florida. . . . .Indian Territory ...Louisiana. Alabama. Tennessee. Tennessee. Tennessee. Tennessee. Texas. . . . ..... Tennessee. South Carolina. Indiana. . !NN . X Ns .Q 'QQ "ETL v KX f A REB X X 5 A + 1 f'1' WP 43 W 575 - A N I7 fx .ll 0? N A ffhlf' V A f T L.ff'f.ii'.:-'Fifi if X "N df ff-1 A XX A KW XX 3 NYE M -,i kk! may W 3 ffxx, X 'gala-3 m 9' - YYY' 7 3.5 W Q ... E bw ' UH s A X .1 TI Q I vxl .K gyx s 4 . 4 .. L4 2 .2 QI 5 Vw 6 s S llib l'Il BTSIQYV Hssociati Il. Organized Ociaber 17, 1894. OFFICERS. DR.F.W.MOORE .... .... WILLIAM HUGHES .... W. ED BAIRD ..... B. E, YOUNG .... ..... ,.,. ...... .President . . . . .Vice President. Secretary and Treasurer Corresponding Secretary EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. B. E. YOUNG MEMBERS. W. C. BRANHAM, Tennessee. BEN CHILDERS, Tennessee. S. V. GARD1NE.R,Tennessee. T. D. MCINTYRE, Kentucky. DR. F. W. MOORE, Tennessee. B. E. YOUNG, Kentucky. E. A. COX, Arkansas. MYLES O,CONNOR. T. P, DUDLEY W. F. BRADSHAW, Kentucky M. W. BUSH, Alabama. A. C. ESTES, Tennessee. T. P. DUDLEY, Kentucky. MYLES O'CONNoR, Tennessee. WILLIAM HUGHES, Tennessee W. ED BAIRD, Tennessee. ' E. C. BULLOCK, Tennessee. 150 -x-A 'rn 'N 1 I , ,. 0 i . 'f V H. :'-"P-w. E .lfilii X , ' nw, MW 1 wifi. if-", N W 'WT' ' ' Wf.1'H'! K NNF' f wi' I 1 -5' .ulfx'f?"a h,,.'w 1, il Q, f- ly Illl- UA'ph..1 '. -.1 1 is f fl-i""1 ' xmas ! fu" .'Wil : ix . if -2 " ' -. .i.5Zf'M - "-41 fikixqiii 1 ,.., I .J -I PI ,X XI J ",' , iw.-A5ii2.iifi!W" Ti ", g . v,fY'ff'iiifu l --1---'iai- 2 Lf' J ' N if 2-sex ,yi !54?"'r4fii" s'f'5N ?2i...,"'f . , Um, X 151 , I 4 M- V1.,f. A N if .1lFs?.i!'ff A - if ' x A X f X . r I X il"i'i 'WG if j!l,r' ,I P7 .j...,u .i .' 1- f',i1 -4-,S -- uf' ,Q J. ,-..A .--Q.: r-'1'x W . ' Xgzne f . , 2 x v-,, N ' ' ,. ,, Q ,QF anim "Vik iw .V f 'P C L. LJ Q3 . his iiiimmm ' ,L 4 1 . , . . .4411 ,Img-,vrffgff 5' e- S' - ,f A MANAGEMENT. FREDERICK W. Moons, President. J. P. W. BROWN, Vice President. OLIN WEST, Secretary. W. C. WELBURN, Treasurer. T. D. MCINTYRE, Business Manager. L. B. FINN, Ass't Business Manager. W. C. WELBURN, Stage Manager. BANJO CLUB. J. A. LEBARGE, Leader. Banieaurines. Guitars. NORMAN FARRELL, JR., Tennessee. W, R, EASTERLING, Mississippi. J. A. LEBARGE, Massachusetts. R. B' C' HOWELL, Tennessee. G. M. LOVELACE, Kentucky. H N M A k W. C. WELBURN, Tennessee. ' ORSCHHEIMER' r ansas' Banjos F. C. RAND, Mississippi. W' S. FITZGERALD, Tennessee' .T. A. STALLCUP, Missouri. G. C. TRAWICK, Tennessee. R. C. MCKIE, Texas. Ego- isa MANDOLIN CLUB. .T A. LEBARGE, Leader. Mandolins. R. B. C. HOWELL, Tennessee. J. A. LEBARGE, Massachusetts. G. M. LOVELACE, Kentucky. ll. N. MORSCHHEINIEIQ, Arkansas. C. H. TANDY, Kentucky. W. C. WELBURN, Tennessee. VV. R. W. S. R. L. F. C. J. .T. D. Violins. Guitars. EASTERLING, Mississippi FITZGERALD, Tennessee. MUNDAY, Arkansas. RAND, Mississippi. A. STALLCUP, Missouri. TONVNER, Tennessee. L. B. FINN, Kentucky. W. M. PALMER, Tennessee. Mandola. LOUIS LEROY, New Jersey. Violoncello. G. C. TRAWICK, Tennessee. Flute. R. F. MCDANIEL, Kentucky. X-IIIZIS fl'iD.-Shelbyville: Kentucky: Frankfort, Georgetown, Paris, Lexington, Win chester, Mt. Sterling, Lawrenceburg, Franklin. Special Crips,-ily March 27th, Murfreesboro, Tennessee. 125 March 31st, Decatur, Huntsville and Florence, Alabama, and Coluni bia, Tennessee. 135 April 17th, Franklin, Tennessee. wx' 'iTQ'f . q w -P+. - 5 -4 154 yWmu,, Vw ' cf , A TLP! ifgm Wi 4 5 , T919 D X ZH' X f- 51, x Tl Ml 1 YE FERSUSETENT GLEE CLUB. 0 X Rf Qi my f A N f'! 4 X I nxqf xl J X X 'Z 1 V , li lg Qllliliirriiiffg. T. D. IVICINTYRE, Leader. ' First Tenors. , W. R. EASTEIQLING, Mississippi. W. W. GAMBILL, Tennessee. W. F. MCKENNEY, Tennessee. C. MCKIE, Texas. A. STALLCUP, Missouri. R. J. Second Tenors. HEIQBERT CARR, Kentucky. W. S. FITZGERALD, Tennessee. J. B. PITMAN, Missouri. W. C. WELBURN, Tennessee. --QQQQQQQQQQ. Ross THOMAS, Tennessee, Dialect Soloist. H. H. N. MORSCHHEIMER, Acco-npanist. 155 First Basses. R. B. C. HONVELL, Tennessee. T. D. MCINTYRE, Kentucky. G. C. TRAWICK, Tennessee. Second Basses. L. A. DAVIS, Texas. MARSHALL MORGAN, Tennessee. F. C. RAND, Mississippi. OLIN WEST, Alabama. R. MANLOVE. Indiana, Impersonator L. B. FINN, Kentucky, Whistler. .-1-" x the Glee Glub. The Glee Club concerts are, I hear, Enough to drive a man to EEZ: :Ilji IA. - -'..'- From Gambill, tenor, on the left, with hair right in the middle E r, 1 To Davis, who holds down the VVith solemn, never-smiling E , The boys look , one can7t deny In full dress with a black neck J J, af And' When they sing, With one ac F-0- The girls will praise, although they're bored, And when they're ly the girls still bter And praise them still with ceaseless chatter. .N , ff Pete " sings with "J his broad smile, H' i and kn keep time the While ' lb lass E-33:33 2 Therels Mcliityre, so much at His grin is also sure to please, So Q is Thomas, and his voice so sweet, That often iz, E he must his songs 5 156 And Finn, who ow hiS J J so free, Wllile ff Nlorschn at the 25 we Their number is a 1 ...il and four- We're glad there are notfg By no means Adagio, but more Allegro, sometimes Jtyg And when they meet the girls A Tempo, They talk Dolce and dance With graceg Explain their dis Tffczfzgujllo, -ri- And memories of them . WVe like the boys qtiite Well, Q , Sometimes their singingls not half ' We mean no J- , but like them best J Wheneler they M and give us all a '7. aw f XS K suv? 4.vA,:ff-C1 fx,-li f ff- ' " i' , l ' eiia: ,PQ i i it ll ll , Fi- Ill If fllwmili id me Qagi iQ . ,if 157 CW . ,fly X .Tw nn-A--W-icnw If .' , FM' ' l P44359 TSE' H f:f?F'A I 1, iP'.?L'1Mf:Ii IH ISI ,, . ,Q-I 4' ,LI II H A S1311 I YH' f I .nf -A Y I," ,ii1V'N"Ql""' WMIQI I if fm EBI f-S ff x XF-AN lx- H AHA I ' X in W 4' X liQ.Y1...- Ogg, HT' ' ff 15 5. 'I .I I 4: ' . .. - I T .4 . CSX . , M ' X ZW I IQ O .ff 'f' 'fl . 6,51 XHUAFI XL-4-.Q . M ' flag' 0rganized Dec. n, ls9-4. OFFICERS. T. D. MCINTYRE. . . .......... President. VVM. HUGHES. . . Q .. Vice President. J. O. MAHONEY ..... ............ . Secretary. D. H. BISHOP ..... ,......... .....,. ' F reasurer. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. W. C. BRANHAM. D. H. BISHOP, A.M. C. BONNER, A.B. A. G. BOWEN. W. C. BRANHAM, A.M. T. H. BREWER. C. G. BURKITT, A.B. CHILES, M.A. HHS-' PQ? Qc S53 Qi Aw iz- FZ W. 5 CAMPBELL BONNER. ACTIVE MEMBERS. C. W. A. DAVIS, M.A. T. P. DUDLEV, B.S. B. M. DRAKE, M A. WM. HUGHES, B A. R. L. LUND, C.E. R. L MCDONNOI,D.A.B. T. D. MCINTYRE, A.M. R. B. MCSWAIN, A.M. J. O. MAHONEV. M.S. T. S. NISHIKAXVA, Ph B. HONORARY MEMBERS. C. P. WILLIAMS G. B. OVERTON, A.B. E M RANKIN, A.B. OLIVE R. ROSS, A.M. E. R. SIVIITH, A.B. J. M. SULLIVAN, M.A. D. Y. THOMAS, A.B. B W. WAIT, A.M. C. P. INILLIAMS, A.B. B. E. YOUNG, BS. J. H. KIRKLAND, A.M., Ph.D.. LL.D., Chancellor. W. M. BASKERVILL, A.M., Ph.D. W J, VAITGHN, A,M,, LL,D, W- L- DUDLEY, M-D- F. W. MOORE, Ph.D. J. INT. SAFFORD, M.D., PILD. W, H, K11qK, Ph,D, A. R. HOHLFELIJ, A.M., Ph.D. O, E, BROQKVN, A.M., 3.13, P. M. JONES, M.S., D.Sc. H. IC. TOLBIAN, P1-LD. JOHN DANIEL, M.A. GROSS ALEXANDER, S.T.D. W. F. TILLET1',A.M., D.D. T. A. JENKINS, Ph.D. W. H. SCHUERMAN, C.E. C. S. BROXVN, M.E. CALVIN S. BROWN, M.S., D.Sc. 158 LECTURES BEFORE THE NOVEMBER 27, 1896-"Goethe". ........ . . . . . DECEMBER 10, 1896-"Bacteria" ............. . JANUARY 14, 1897-"The Higher Criticism" ..... . . .. FEBRUARY 11, 1897-"How to Utilize Old Magazines". MAIQCH 18, 1897-"The Antiquity of Man". ........ . .. APRIL 15, 1897-'KThe Pediments of the Parthenorln.. MAY 12, 1897-"Mexico" .........,.,, ...,. ,..,... l S I' 1,3 JXXQD Q' . Q' N' --- - g.,-1 CLUB. DR. A. R. HOHI,FELD ..DR. E. B. SANGREE DR. WM. J. VAUGHN ..MR. HEIQMAN JUSTI .....DR. J. H. STEVENSON .. DR. H. C. TOLMAN ROF. FREDERIC STARR ....P K: . zhvff Y-v ' X 1' 4 X ,L xi 1 I 9 2 fl x gs X K I- 3 V lo M. 1 f -fi, N 1 A I 1 Ji X J ix -' x 'W 1 ,H 1 x X x 'T N . ,fxi .' ,Jn -.. N. . , .,. . ., V , -.. . ,,' a- -'N - 5, . - 'g,g.? "L,- X K ,AM .. E 'gg X WWW . A ffl -- ' I x 'XJ X . Q .M-f-f. - - U' 'li'-1 - W 'vi " E :lvl x-P-.-..fff- i H1 3 i ' 'Si .5 All--1i!...f.A '55 -br' 'X ' .:.,X '12 ffffig, Yj"F'.f". .L,,,,jX, ,- N 'fx , 'Z if R . . . . ntl. ,yi , mils- -vf.....,,,,AM,.w F., Ax L4 H , 4 --f- Rfi -Til.-E - - -...'Q'f', ' ' . . - 159 ' R. L. LUND ..... N5 JZ! 3,53 N, 1 tx -inf ,, 'Wig Mika.. V ' f'L3'5O f . .. j J I . .xref 'ici ' V f I - " MEA, ng: , mm 'mix 4- 1 U . . 4. .4 - ' ' E' X 1 J' I 'A X- V, X 19 " .-' . L A I . Q ' w 54.1.9-ww. R. M. HOBBIE. JOSEPH WHITESIDE. A. C. H.S J. A. E. C. J. T. BOWEN. DOSTER. TRIMBLE. GOODLOE. PUSH. I. J. SELLERS. W. E. ANDERSON. C. F, ANDREWS. W. W. GRAHAM. F. P. HIXON. J. L. HOUSTON. W. W. ROSSER. C. R. WALKER. .fllabama T. R. FOSTER .... R. H. ROWE .... J. R. SNYDER .... OSCAR TEAGUE . M. W. BUSH .... B. F. 'l1ERRY..... BRETT R. BROWN. . . MEMBERS. M. L. WATKINS. OLIN WEST. T. M. BARNETT. NV. T. BERRY. GREY J. HUFRMAN. J. A. MCCULLAR. C. L. PINKSTON. G. W. HARRISON. T. H. GOODLOE. DAN MITCHELL. TVASSAR CRENSHAVV. W. H. GOLSON. R. E. D IRVIN. W. T. MCDANIEL. F. I. TARRANT. 160 Klub.. OFFICERSL . . . .President . . . .Vice President. . . . .Secre1a.ry. . . . .Treasureix . . . .Cha.p1ain. . . . .State Historian. ....Rusher of CO-eds .. . Keeper of Horse RINALDO ALLMON. W. R. CIHISHOLM. J. I. DUNN. W. M. EZELLE. J. G. VVASHINGTON. J. C. WESTBROOK. A. H. WHITMAN. RICHARD INGE, JR. ALEXANDER SLEDGE H. B. SMITH. ' F. L. WHITMAN. J. E. WINDHAM. L. J. RAMAGE. W. W. WHORT-ON. FRANK WALTON. f I-. , ' ,"' ' ,., VN f X 1 iNfh'ES5 f f 3 I f . 54' 1 ' 1 R Cb-qr' . Lf A I- il . A 1. XA, . 'Li.f,e" FYr:!!i.lay.l::1.-i'6Pf5:ZE 1. A 536 ' .33 fx-M ' 2 .1v!"2.f'f77m Aff-'if1gSV7i.r'EE"S'e"P" 'fidn--, I RfRSTTRWf'ERWVe f X. .. ' ' ' .1 ' '.1I'.'i2,u.5Si1??ij5f"" ni. .:fgA,n7'if-6222 fl A ' X- ff 1 I T? 'f3 ill -I " :,' ' '-:55?lf'x::2x 'lA.l-Wifi. . Q 'tem -M - I ..v:11. .' .sf - . .x.,A11:1l-xqkixqfqx .. . ,NMA 1 . . XI gf ATA, if Y up -3,- , f,,,Jz 9.1. 475: X RAI., 1 'SY . -QD , ' :f xiii! " ' ' -. X '4 I, fn IFA., , " -I ' -2559 x ' . -l I 'ENS ' - . f - I- L . .N SLAM- 'ii::feXp-RgS ,K N --qcyf ' "'fff1"1f-1'-R I.: ,gg-M M- -,,, "i.L:-g,,, ' :.,,.,, Q M--Nm -Wu.---v.--'Q-Nik-shi HHH-, gi- Wer nicht liebt Wein, Weib und Gesang, Der bleibt ein Narr, sein Leben lang. . OFFICERS. COL. S. M. R. HURT ............ ....... .... C O 1. Superbus. COL. TIDDLEIXY-WINKS THOMAS. .... Chief Booze Slinger. COL. COAL MINER LUTZ ........... .... K eeper of Illicit Still. COL. WIND CURRENT COLEMAN... . ..... Mixer of Eggnog. COL. HORSE HOLDEIQ MILLEIQ ..... .... S prinkler of Track. COL. FOX' HUNTER DUDLEY .... . .Leader of Chase. COL. PAT DIEEENBACH ....... ..,., L ocal Sport. COL. G. E. RAPP ............... .... S erver of Free Lunch. COL. WILLETTA PATTERSON ....... .... C hief Flirt. MISS MARY T. HARRIS . . .......... ...Blue Grass Belle. DR. SOBER SITIZEN MCREYNOLDS ...... .. Ch aplain. MEMBERS. I T. H.,BREKVE11. T. E. HARROLSON. R. F. MCDANIEL. C. H. TANDY. T. P. DUDLEY. MARY T. HARRIS. G. E. VAUGHN. E. B. BRADSHAW. TL D. MCINTYRE. W. H. HENRY. J. H. BLACKBURNJ A E. HOCKERSMITH G. B..OvERTON. H. H. MILLER. C. W. CURLIN. H H. HORD. C. A. EVANS. D. I. MILTJER. W. H. MASON. C. R. NAHM. C. M. LUTZ. MARSHALL MORRIS. S. S. MCREYNOLDS. A K. PARKS. G. M. LOVELACE. C. S. YOUNG. G: W. PAYNE. B. W. REYNOLDS. 3. Y. THOMAS. G. E. RARI1. J. L. SMITH. J. O. STUBBS. . E. YOUNG. ED. MCKENZIE. R. G. MOORE. H. G. Bow. W. F. BRADSHAW. J. C. RAWLINGS. E. H. BARKER. L. B. DUNCAN. H. J. DAILY. H. T. REED. J. T. DISMUKES. H. T. GILL. F. L. DIEEENBACH. HERBERT CARR. H. S. DOOLIN. J. L. GRIFFIN. J. G. HARRIS.! W. M. PATTERSON. L. W. ROWLAND. C. W. STROTHER. W. C. COLELIAN. C. M. FINN. C. S. J ACOB. J. K. RUSSELL. J. A. SELF. MOSES COOK. J. C. HOWARD. S. HAMMOND. W. H. MOORE. J. R. JOHNSTON. C. W. ME GUIAR. A. B. PHILLIPS. E. D. TILEORD. R. H. PERRY. E. T. PHILLIPS. -2l- ' 161 fx' f223Efg offfgff Zff X I ggll Y L a2mr nu f nR -S-H--f E' EEE -4 ff f - L fifqfgx .5 3 4, Rn' :- .fllmmf ff . 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REID. . " 2? Xxif-gif 242 -Zi ? 2 Q 4 sf C fy X? if X g 5 : v2 -21 2 L i is!! Q? g .4. i g L if .2 .3 "Z-Zfff' 2-Z W 5 MEMBERS. JOHN MILFORD WILLIAMS. OSCAR F. BLEDSOE. W. R. EASTERLING. MARVIN S. ENOCHS. H. L. ROBINS. -162 FLORENCE NELMS PERKINS N. E. JOYNER. H. W. ROGERS. FRED'K Z. WHITEHEAD. ' Q. . 5. K W... 5 ' ' 31 2. .YK 5,2 il i J L K 'eff 1 R ' W . 3 v 4 . -,2 . ...Ri B l N , ' ,g N .-f - -.-.V-B--L:-L:::11177 if Xfwrxl X. rf V WWW-A ff ' '--Q 'fl , -. 3 Q' -7 :hx av-fi-3.-Cf H 1 L. I ' I A 4: l I J-:4 'I-ill lvl Q,-1,-i.L -I fue - -W I? 'i f gi OFFICERS. W. H. ATKINSON, .... . . .... President. W. M. CRUTCHFIELD ..,. Vice President. F. B. HUGHES ......... . .... Secretary-Treasurer. MEMBERS. L. A. DAVIS, C. R. BAKER. J. J. MORGAN- C. B. FARRINGTON. J, W. BRADFIELD. S. SLOVER- F. B. HUGHES. W. M. CRUTCHFIELD. W. H ATKINSON G. J. NUNN. W. D. POTTER. R. E. MQKIE. G. C. RECTOR. J. T. KING. R. B. GOREE. W. S NOBLE. E R. BARCUS. 163 T. C DYE. President.. Vice President. Secretary-Treasu rer Orator. Historian. ACTIVE MEMBERS. MCCLURE F. G. PYOTT A B Phcx E. E. STRAW. MISS SALLIE R JONES, Sponsor. HONORARY MEMBERS. CHA5 T OFERRALL Governor of-Virginia. W F TILLEYFF, A.M., D.D. X f if X Nx . 'fp H I ' N dxf I ' X f -S,- ' -' N' vf, ,' 6 ff A' 1 ' NN-CQ X 1 H. OERTING. wan and moonev Cltlb. 'nfl' X J' .I I' 1 S4 is . I X P ' J 62 . N ,. 1 'XX x , J-gn . "' f .'2ffT, 4 4-cx -1- -"gl 1 - 13? J. D. TOWNER. G W. BURRISS. J. K. MARSHALL. W. W. MOONEY. F. C. XNOLEN. 1 E. D. PATTERSON. J. O. MAHONEY. E. R. SMITH. C. E. I-IAWKINS. A. E. WILSON. N. F. C-HEAIRS. T. W. DAVIS. R. P. HOLLINSHEAD. R. I. MOORE. H. N. MORSCHHEIMER. T. H. PEEBLES. H. P. REID. B. B. BAYLESS. W. F. BOURLAND. H. P. BRILEV. J. H. BROWN. .T.G OFORTH. ROWLAND. R. T. FOURBS. WILLIAMS. T. B. MCLISH. ATLEE. B. REAM. CLAYTON. J. D. TANSIL. DUCKWORTH. T. H. WILSON. ' DUCKWORTH. MISS MARY WOOD HOUSE 165 f .9 X -N ,efwwfw -1 .X N P1 Wfyf 'X SST? ,UQ-xp kbs:-' 33 1 f' -V, fl-gl 7? J f 1 '-Tv .V H11 D, X 5 ,ftffglg 2 ' H f midi E," C af, xr Pl n 'lr-LQJIJ' N 1 llb,.Aeae.a.a.Ae J wdlldw Sc 00 A X I 1 lj ,F 'fai LE CAMPBELL BONNER ..... W. E. DOUGLASS. .. T. C. DYE ......... R. B. C. HOWELL.. W. F. ORR,JR... .. I. A. STALLCUP .,.. W. E STEGER ..... D. K. LAMBUTH. .. M. H. BONNER, JR. R. H. MCNEILLY . S. C. PILCHER ..... R. S. UNDERWOOD. G. A. WYETH. . . . . J. C. MCLESTER. .. W. M. DUNCAN. .. J. L. GAINES ...... H. M. ANDERSON. . D, A. BREARD ..... A. W. HARRIS, JR. MEMBERS. .. . .M.A. '9'7. B.S.'9'7... . .. ....Ph.C.'98.... B.S.'99.. ....B.S.'99.... . A 1 .B.b. 99.. Nashville, Tenn .Gallatin, Tenn. Plano, Texas. Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn Sikeston, Mo. Irregular B A. . . ..B.A. .. ..B.A. ....B.A. ....B.A. . ...B.S. . . ..B.S. .B.l-D. ....B.A. ....B.S. ....B.S. 166 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 .... ..... 1900. 1900. 1900 1900 1900 .... ..... 1900 1900 Nashville, Tenn Nashville Tenn Nashville Tenri Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn Nashville Tenn St. Louis, Mo. Nashville, Tenn Nashville Tenn Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn Monroe, La. Nashville, Tenn MWN0' X 6!1!k f Us 'D H I, ff in Y V I rlefxfx X J X f f!pNQN'1H 1 f ffm U W IAS MQCIURE ......... President 3 M NI' E S JONES ..... Secretary gi-ffl pihlf XAX 1 IH ff Ms. 'Ii-'A . .1 4 1 G i WJMNX. MWEI 1 dim MVM L I 'mylkjlxu 42,1 'W ' f' fII'M ,I M Zf:fi1!.' MJwm?1 Vq y 1 ' ....'Q:!i. Wx 'ni Wwtwwwveeaaawmalw -sl rt.: I " ffFIQ5L!, n2lZ1f4l!41 X-I +V A A I,Q22yfAMtJifwWp . . ..HH N 6 ? NwWHV A 'NHEMM 7.17 , L L4 ,x.fmgfg1ii 1 ..,Iie61m b. .iiitij ' :Agia I- l -I' gl I-l' -' 1 . Wa 5 W M mf fHwI M W. F. BRADSHAW. W. H. BROWN. LEOPOLDO CASTRO. C. A. EVANS. J. C. FOSTFR. E. S. JONES. MEMBERS. AMZI JONES. D. L. LACY. H. J. LIVINGSTON. R. 14. LUND. JAS. MCCLURE. J. O. MAHONEY. JAS.. OMBERG. C. W. STROTHER E. R. SMITH. B. W. WAIT. W. K. VVELLS. First Chess Tournament between Vanderbilt and Sewanee was played at Vanderbilt, - May 17, 1897. Vanderbilt Representatives:-E. S. JONES, JAS. MCCLURE. Sewanee Representativesz- WVILLIAMS, BULL. , n Score:-Vanderbilt, 42g Sewanee, 12. 167 fy' v' 1 17 U I-A W Y. ,-A ww N QF' "EP wif' f . V- N .Q':.. v' J IA "lf gi I Z A Q N- "' ', Z A r off fn .1 C' -V . -- M 1 f f -.1 cw. ' -xv,-., . -, f.. N 1 Q f , .Ar .A r .M QSM yr? ., ,J . . -1 i j -I 1 J' -?f" Q , . -Z.,-J ,-,,,-, N . --- 'ji 5 WJ j xi ..A. .. ? X . K. " kr 23 f f , -Q 1 ii- -, 2 ffffihn- I , I x- 1 b : I 4-iff 1 f ' A 3 . 7 - - 4 -'-f if ' 1 J - Q. lv , -.gym 5- KSQ X A-SXwkj'L, x XXQT W ,f f , ' X f ", ' : xxxyrb A xx , 1 X 'Il LAAfv'sAv.N... dst-ff X-JVM Q Q :U , my X 8 -' if ' E221 . I In I Y-mg, messing Club. 03 3. 7 1,5 7,-.-AQ m,,nf7"f C. P. WILLIAMS .... .... T reasurer E S. V. GARDINERC .... . . . .Managen K' i , MONITORS. BUILDINGS. A. C. Esmas .... .... D ming Hall L. R. LONG .... Franklin. AMZI JONES .... R. I. MOORE ........ W. D. STRAFIHORN .... W. F. BOURLAND .... C. G. BURKITT .... 168 Egfexid. j3Qe1phi'. Cumberland BE1leview. . . . .Aipha. I v f ..- L -1 f f f 85 J I f Q lg 'J X - ' .j w e ,Vg Q.. f WW 'J-V' f iq , f - f fe O . N S Q tf Q K X jj x ff Q! I ik 1 X f X l xx' f , A f 'X A X X X ' V ' f R-:Q CX A I Q 5 I I f Q fgliwwu X - X .KUQSIQV Ball Zlllb.. OFFICERS. J. A. G. SHIPLEY. . ...................... ..... T reasurer. G. E. RAPP ..... ......... ........ ...... S t e ward. MONITORS. Jos. D. LANGLEY .... ....... .......... S e nior, E. K. MCLARTV ....... ............ M iddle. CHAS. G. HOUNSHELL.. ............. Junior. Q, E. HAYVKINS, . , , ,, f22- 169 Candidate .S li fab, I Q5 1 K Do QlfX x -Q ---L1 ,gl i XX V .X N1 - 1,64 r U 405 -- Huth rs' Zlub The COMET acknowledges the receipt of the following new publica "The Ballet Girl's Revenge," Ka novell ........... .... ...... ..... f-IS Fitzsimmoni of Celtic origin?" ............... . .... . "The Cissy Fitigerald VVink, from an Anatomical View,". . . "Courteous .Tests for Bartenders," ....................... . "Lena Wayback," QAn Oriental Poemj ,.... .. . "The Word 'Louk,' as Used in Invitations," .,........ ........... . "Reminiscences of Looney and Noah K. Davis"g "The Man with . Iron Jaw"g "The Bishop's Football."--Sketches ............. . . 170 1 I O tions from members . . . .Gross Alexander . . . . Herr Baskervill . . .John HD." Daniel . . ..... W. F. Tillett W. Moore Chancellor Kirkland the .... . .Collins Denny V? I ,Q 42 MA., X fc.: V 'Z . W" ijfffff. ' -fff If-' 12,1 3- ',.v f f',',' 1, 'l-v " - de TJCZMI' -'W 5 Mzyf A 1 H WW ,.'N '-7 4 fa , ,f,'v,' '. Ziggy' 44, ,f"'M, .t riff lI,. 9 I R 1 ,Q ",Q.' 5g! " M- "gvfI"Y. Q' IH: TF 'ffjl k 2, Z, w ww ff ' fff '?W ' 'E ' 'A, fl i lXW ' H7 , 4 5' JfE'fZ .EigPL'f ff'- ' Wu N' K qW4'AN ' q ff w wql ' ,Wi at 155 ff , 1 4 'f'xf"'A :I M KkW"f ff' -MU M y W Fig 1. ' 3 WQ if w fM f,, W f , Xl . 1 mf. Vilqg 'ylllcfa if : 1T ' ff!! WIQEI, X N ALWW ' ! , lfiawm L3113g1!'g iff,1,,f's,fffa5fg..g!,: f:1,fl,r Nu, W jryqa I 1 L- Q ' s- 'A' Mm' mmf WV "'14""?'f'lU1' WW SL fx 'Ns fl! 1" 'HUA W 1' l1'X'fffHf,119:,lf ff "y N NN' A ffw wp-ff ' QP' I N , Q J! ' l I X P 1 .XX 1 ' ,K N X I x I 4 - 'X fx K J I K-2 .H-,E gi 'fm'-11' kiij KJ' - 5 ,CAN ll 171 S wif A IF I Q iii!! fx I- '-fx. D I Wi fx R 5? Ji-dggx-Wx., if" fm? sf-QED?" RN-QR eifff Nfjsirf . " ' CTU .I - .1 ii ' HM. 1! A WW Oh S5 I ' O lf OFFICERS. I. PUTNAM ....... ............. ..... P r esident. E. C. BULLOCK ..... ......... ..... V i ce President. W. S. NOBLE ..... . . .Critic. G. L. SMITH ..... . .. Treasurer. R. I. MOORE ..... .... S ecretary. O. M. JONES. .... . . .Assistant Secretary. T. H. WILSON. .... .............. .... C I Iaplain. J. J. SHERRILL .... .. ..,. .. W. H. ATKINSON. W. E. BAIRD. M. H. BONNER. W. F. BOURLAND. . H. BREWER. G. W. BURRISS. B. CI-IILDERS. W. L. CLARKE. H. B. CLAYTON. H5 T. H. BREWER... C. W. STROTHER J. M. WILLIAMS .. .. I. PUTNAM ..... W. S. NOBLE .... W. H. ATKINSON C. W. STROTHER F. BRADSHAW. MEMBERS. Sergeant at A rms. C. K. MEACHAM. H. J. DAILY. E. HARROLSON. H. W. DAVIS. J. W. HOLMAN. D. NEILSON. T. W. DAVIS. W. HEARNE. H. P. REID. G. M. DUCKYVORTH. C. JACOBSON. J. J. STOCKARD. Rem . H. ELDER. S. ENOCHS. . C. E51-ES. J. C. FOSTER. J. H. FU LLILOVE. AMZI JONES. O. C. KELLEY. W. E. LINDSEY. G. M. LOVELACE. Q R. H. MCNEILLY. C. W. STROTHER. B. T.TERRY. J. M. WILLIAMS. J. G. WINSTON. W. J. WOOD. . . . .Editor in Chief of Vanderbilt Obsfrver. .. Associate Editor Vanderbilt Observer .. Associate Editor Vanderbilt Observer , . ............... Thanksgiving Debater . . . . .22nd February Orator g l ' h I . . . .22nd February Orator ' i I H ........ Sewanee Debater T. H. BREWER ..... ..,...... 172 . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .Thanksgiving Debater. at J i N 1-. - 3,1 ' ... A NTVW-lx . f, Aim .N- .xi , . .1 X A W '-.gg iliifi ig-..qX New ,,.-A 1 ,.f1 R PixQ'4 g:Q. X' ' , 4 X X 13:1-.:4l.f"ii . S w L u, 2: x --I- Y ki il w,fw-N X Q 5 E" L. G. FANT ..... F. C. RAND ........ R. D. SMART, JR... WM. HUGHES ...... W. E. DOUGLASS. .. W. M. CRUTCHFIELD. . . F. R. BRYSON. M. W. BUSH. N. F. CHEAIRS. E. A. COX. W. M. CRUTCHFIELD. E. L. DAVIS. W. G. DINNING. W. E. DOUGLASS. T. P. DUDLEY. E. C. ROBINSON .... L. B. FANT .,... E. A. COX ....... J. J. MCNALLY ..... L. G. FANT ..... N. F. CHEAIRS.. . . J. J. MCNALLY ..... J. J. MCNAT.I.X' ..... SO? SO? W NOW RO? Phil s phi llit rary Society. OFFICERS. MEMBERS. L. B. FAN1'. L. G. FANT. C. M. FINN. S. V. GARDINER. WM. HUGHES. S. M. R. HUIQT. J. W. IRION. D. L. LACY. JAS. MCCLUIiE. 173 President. Vice President. Secretary. Treasurer. Critic. Chaplain. J. J. MCNALLY. T. H. PEEBLES. F. C. RAND. H L. ROBINS. E. C. ROBINSON.. R. D. SMART. W. D. STRAYHORN S. H. XVERLEIN. . . . . .Business Manager Vanderbilt Obseafzler. . . . . .Associate Editor Vanderbilt Observer . . . . .Associate Editor Vanderbilt OZISETU67' Thanksgiving' Debater ... . .Thanksgiving Debater 22nd February Orator. 22nd February Orator . .... Sewanee Debater : , ... - 'viii , 'mlm' f- 45 --f A H te " A, M 'gli-'f""':Z., affif-J'-'e'l1 if ' 57 ,ffii s X if if 7 5 ii! lf' A . f fps f Zfffnf, t Hlumni Hssociati n. This Association was organized at Commencement in 1879. Any person who has taken a degree in the University may become a member oi the Association on payment of the initiation fee of one dollar. A pamphlet containing full information Will be sent to any graduate of the University on application to Wils Willianis, Secretary of the Faculty. OFFICERS FOR l896:97. C. C. SLAUGHTER, Nashville, Tenn .... President. S. K. BLAND, Louisville, Ky ........... ........ F irstVice President. W. H. HOLLINSHEA-D, Vanderbilt' University .... Secretary. PAUL M. JONES, Vanderbilt University ......... Treasurer. J. T. MCGILL, Vanderbilt University ........... Historian. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. WILLIAM C. BRANHAM. W. H. WITT. T. H. MALONE, JR. W. H. ETOLLINSHEAD. PAUL M. JONES. Annual Address, .Tune 14, 1897, by Walter Stokes, Tennessee. Annual Poem, .Tune 14, 1897, by Calvin S. Brown, Tennessee. 174 Xlf I oX fi '7 X .-Y' "n f"Ei,ew, aj? RW K N ' Z lf" N iI 2 N 1 .L-A Qlmwerhilt X , Sewanee ,lla I I vehzxha. IWIIlllllllllflllllllllllHUIHIHUHlllllllflllllllllllllilllllllllll . 5 f l W W Uand rbnlt:S warm chat Third and last of the series, of which Vanderbilt Won two Held in Vanderbilt Chapel, May 14, 1897. QUESTION. Resolved:-That the Government of England is more democratic in ts pract cal opera tions than the Government of the United States. DEBATERS. jilffirmatiueg-T. H. BREWER, QKy.J Vanderbiltg JOHN J. MCNrXI,LY, CN Y J Vanderbilt negative:-A. G. BLACKLOCK, QLa.J Sewaneeg W. P. VVITSELL, CS.C.j Sewa ee Decided in favor of the Affirmative. 175 Ii 5 GVTHEIQ INTEQ-coLL5clAT.li OQATOQICAL I E fs! C O NT5 S T- X21 fx-fs mga, E 5 S A. Nw- EI, .W FN f EES .G Jn. inf- Sfxk ff .' S' 1. I WWE- 1 Q J Q53 .. ff -I, I Ml ... .7 . - jriEiKN"fKf W E I A I1 . l I '1 REX- ,Q -6 X 1 f P 7 ' M A C 3 . .WI If sv M., if if J' wif. X' X MW I m f' I V X . 7 if x 1 1. . 1, K bp. X 1 L N, Y--Fm--xii? V j,fgs5 jzffwfvj '77 v ESTABLISHED 1891. COLLEGES REPRESENTED. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS. CENTRE. SEWANEE. Vf1NDERBII,T. TULANE UNIVERSITY. SOUTH CAROLINA. WASHINGTON AND LEE. VANDERBILT'S REPRESENTATIVES. 1891. J WASHINGTON MOORE. 1894. JOHN H. DEWITT. 1892. FRANK M. THO1N1AS. 1895. WESLEY W. CRAIG. 1893. SAMUEL K. BLAND. 1896. HILL MCALISTER. 1897. JOHN J. MCNALLY. The Contest was held this year at the University of Texas, Austin, Texas, 176 MQ E 'S V' MS u -. .. ,: S if - Ez?-S 5 ' . - E S S.. I sy 5 ' xy ., .... - -ww---- I. B N 5 Founded af zfhe 1J'71iU67'Sif4' f-f North Carolina in 8 1 94. Esiablished ai Vanderbilt in 1895, HONORARY MEMBERS . ASSOCIATE MEMBERS BY COURTESY. DR. WILLIAM J. VAUGHN, Phi Beta Kappa. GERTRUDE JONES, '95, JEAN COURTNEY, '96. DR. H. C. TOLMAN, Phi Beta Kappa. MABELLE FLIPPIN, '96, MARION KIRKLAND. MINNIE E. KEISER, ,97. MEMBERS OF CLASS OF '9'5. H. J. LIVINGSTON. R. L. LUND. J. Y. BAYLISS BEN CHILDEPQS. . W. K. NTATTHEWS M. C. KETCHUM. C. P. WILLIAMS. " MEMBERS OF CLASS OF '96, H. JOHNSON. CAMPBELL BONNER. CUMMINS RATCLIFEE. J. W. H.kNNER, L. J. LOVENTHAL. T. H. BREWER. E. R. SMITH. C. R. BASKERVILL. C. AE. IDUNBAR. H. F. CRENSHAW. E. M. RANKIN. MEMBERS OF CLASS OF '97. S. H. WERLEIN. W. D. STRAYHORN. G. J. NUNN. C. E. HAWKINS. Q W li.llQR A s MQMHNBS Q FV fl .MQJX-.i.n, X ' f ?.fs?fsfk. X ,EASE K 1 , Safiyfl - X XX ,X if 'l', f 1 Q , W ' NK X XA ,J ,XXX f 8 vw X 'Of l Wd H Q NWQWS 1 'A A Q f ,, The honorary degree of B.U. is conferred once each year by the entire student body assembled in mass meeting. It is conditioned upon merit and popularity. 1884-85 1885-86 1886-x7 1886-87 l 887-88 1888-89 1889-90 -T. P. CPollyl Branch. Rockwood Term. -B. G. Waller, Morganiield, Ky. -A. E. Clement, Humboldt, Tenn. -R. E. Crockett, Union City, Tenn -Frank Taylor, Austin, Texas. - W. S. Roseborough, Memphis, Tenn. -Jeff McCarn, Nashville, Tenn. 1890-9 1 1891-92 1892-93 1893-94 -H. E. Bemis, Jeierson, Texas. -.T A. Robins, Guntovvn, Miss. -R. W. Clawson, Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. -W. W. Craig, Friendship, Tenn. 1894-95-W. R. Hendrix, Nashville, Tenn. 1895-96-Henry N. Pharr, Berwick, La. 1896-97-Myles O'Connor, Leiper's Fork, Tenn. R. H. ROWE. .. . .5 A . .. , H -D Wm .Q , " -lg .Q d '.....W..i,.I 3230 2 ' "" 1-2513 5 .W "fi . I 'MZAQ HEZIIQW JOHN M. WILLIAMS R. I. MOORE. .... . B. T. TERRX' .... . H. J. DAILY ..... .. E. M. 'UNDERXVOOD W. M. BUSH. E. A. Cox. WILL HUGHES. J. D. TANSII.. W. J. WOOD. L. R. LONG. ISRAEL PUTNAM. VVILFRED HEARNE. H. W. DAVIS. W. L. CLARKE. J. C. FOSTER. J. H. FULLILOVE. C. W. STROTIIER. H. L. ROBINS. W. H. TURNEY. J. W. HOLMAN. M. S. ENOCHS. E. C. BULLOGK. IAS. MCCLURE. OFFICERS. MEMBERS. W. K. WELLS. C. A., EVANS. G. M. DUCICXXVORTH. A. C. ESTES. T. R. FOSTER. S. V. G'AI-ZDINER. L. B. FANT. L. G. FANT. P. D. NEILSON. T. MCLISH. WM. C. COLEMAN. A. C. STEERE. W. W. MOONEY. A. G. BOWEN. J. G. VVINSTON. F. C. NOLEN. W. M. CRUTGHFIELD. R. D. SMART. C. E. HAWKINS. 179 PreSident. , Vice President. Recording Secretary. Treasurer. - . Corresponding Secretary. N. H. F. CHEAIRS. CARR. W. M. PATTERSON. C. W. K. MEACHAM H. OERTING. W. S. FITZGERALD. B. B. BAYLESS. J. M. SULLIVAN. H M. ANDERSON. W. E LINDSEY. E. M. RANKIN. D. W. JONES. R T. FOURBS. F. R. BRYSON. A B. CLAYTON. E. G. ATLEE. T. H. WILSON. F. C. RAND. 'FiSl7iIlg. CAfter Maurice Thun1pson.J HE Woods are green again, The air is fresh and cool, The dreamy willow bends Above the sparkling pool. Where I,' bamboo in hand, Upon the yielding sod, Await the sudden pull That bends n1y slender rod. Some tiny ripples circle, At first around the Boat, That gently falls and rises As ou the waves a boat. A downward plunge, an outward lunge, The swish of the singing lineg A steady pull, the rod bent full, The glist'nir1g perch is mine. gd- , Ns - Li 1 1' fiV , f , ,+ ...ifa , r, --.:f::-,-1 7 5 f . - 'Q' 1' ISI 77 180 fx.. 3 ENN xg wdgifamx rf 1 f X 4 fd' , 7 245,482 Q' 1 x K If 1 iQ ff l wry W 0 li 0 nu rw , ff . P 5 mi 1 'f fx ,,. B LQ X . ff 5 A M fs f f 1 ?i ' f 7 z e W pf:Ww , ,K JMX' I p r, l .,' X Vllhrri' fwf 1 1 ll ff f Q-,vtuzaf X12 1 li. W 'f!f'f,f'lfM,f' ll QQ' '11, If W 1 , ff-1,1 Q fl' 'j!',!j"', J W- 14 - 'g,,'m, ,g, iq gy, 9 If vf 5 e i 'fff,y5,gf ,f,1l' U .. ,s af 1 .w K J d X x i !f,!'!,,,f ,h fd . ffff ' 1 ff 1w HI:-'fv X flfisi in ""'5 181 , lx M T fi B. E. YOUNG, E ditor in Chief .... R. I. MOORE .................. E. M. RANKIN.. R. H. ROWE .... M. W. BUSH .... E. L. DAVIS ..... W. H. MOORE .... HERBERT CARR. W. C. WELBURN D. T. MERRIM.. my r. STAFF. GRIFFIN LOVELACE, Business Manager ..... I N, 4-X 753 G? Q 0 XXX! 1 .1 f X, xx PM GQ 'R 5 ...z Q. jlvuvnwl 182 . . . . .Kentucky Tennessee . .Missouri . . . .Alabama .Alabama Tennessee .. . .Kentucky Kentucky Tennessee . .Virginia .Kentucky f- O0 -P Uand rbilt 0bserver STAFF. THEODORE H. BREXVER, Dialectic Society ....... LEON B. FANT, Philosophic Society ........ EUGENE A. COX, Philosophic Society.. . .. C. W. STROTHER, Dialectic Society ...... I. M. WILLIAMS, Dialectic Society ..... E. C. ROBINSON, Philosophiic Society... . W. S. FITZGERALD .... S. H. WERLEIN .... . . C. E. HAWKINS .... . LESTER G. FANT.. D. LUTHER LACY.. -241 1 gg 'F . 321' ' 47 , JIS' 1 . fa, W n 59 Q 'f 41 Cf TG ji- . X 'x ir' H 1 ii f Xu Q 4 f' i. , ,g it . iii . sf airy xc ' " 1 ! XZ G X XA 1 si f t ,i YM IX Q . J..--N 4, 7 ffl! i w 'if ' .f l7'Z?'9'f y v it, if ..,'1T'f2 ,- 5'- . 5 ' i'Q" 'Q'iL' 1 Q ' YQ Gdiwf. IZ urier. Daily During Commencement NVQ-zek. STAFF. 185 . . . .Editor in Chief .. ...Assistant Editor ....Assistant Editor . . . . .Assistant Editor . . . . .Assistant Editor . . . .Business Manager . . .Editor in Chief. . .Assistant Editor. . .Assistant Editor. . .Assistant Editor. .Business Man ager. HTIQI' IM Ball. The harp and violin Have hushed. . . The thin Ravishing notes that gave Their life to pleasure, wave And Hoat in eddies still Around the house, and fill My heart with a dim pain And longing. All in vain, For the lights are burning low, And outside soughs a slow Windg only the dogs bark, And it is cold and sad and dark. 156 O ,.,5 - . 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' E15,4 g,.3i5?,xi-r r ,aa ' 3' ,Ji j',,,,:51,V73f, ! I .- 'A . P ,, I .f mmf, I Q in ,"! 1, mf? I aff" wx ,L A f- A - sh C' 71 ml V ,y,?9,,! N , fn. -.,f A 1 - fo: '1w gf,eg.,.a,Qf. ,w p-'Q ' W-' - 4 , ' ' ,, X i V , I, I Yfpvx, Try! ,., .,.,-f'7 .f, ,, 'f,,,-,,WW 'f U, ,fpkf '- '3"" " 'Q W. ,Y-l',fQ1kQXgl'n! I, 4 ' I, II' X wks I . YB. ,f V' ' f rx. L 187 I Kissed Hgdill. , I AST evening as I chanced to pass it 1- I' I saw my Rose, my bonnie lass, .. 1 With pearly teardrops on her cheek- Ql T fb ,f f E What sympathy these tears bespeak! Among the flowers my Rose forlorn Had pricked her finger on a thorn. I kissed the Wound, she turned her head- A kiss will often banish pain,- I kissed again, and then she said The pain was gone. I kissed again. This morning as I chanced to pass I saw, behind her window glass, This self-same saucy little Miss With lips just pouting for a kiss. Our lips approximate, alas! 'Twixt us the cold unfeeling glass. I turned away, but heard a sound That made me quickly turn again: I kissed again, and now I found- The pane was gone! I kissed again. - W C. PVeIbzu'n X N .l i. QW? 5 1 NSW I, VV v.,.5'zifi ,. li' E-'S X Mimi" if " Q' ' X I 3 X N Sblsfl l OJ E I :ig Xl ww ... - 'sill A, w e-fo ll ly . 'li z-WEN hw' map-I N . "2'ss4L5NQ1-'47 W X, ' I " 5 1 fi ff 188 P 12 ? x . .Q f Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt W. P. CONNELL '96 .... VS VS VS VS VS VS VS J. G. JACKSON ....... ..... J. A. Ac'roN, Harvard ..... WILL HUGHES .. .. . .. W. C. WHITMAN.. .. F. H. LANGHORST ..... T. W. DAVIS, '98 .... CHAS. HASSETT ..... . E. R SMITH, '96 ....... .. OQHDZIII.. GAMES PLAYED. Kentucky State University.. . . Centre College ............ Central University ..... . University of Missouri ...... Southwestern Presbyterian .... University of Nashville .... Sewanee .... ..... . ...... N U32 'Udl'SiW." J. B. A. HOWE, '97 ............ . W. BIRCH WOOLDRIDGE, H. M. BOOGHER '98.. .. M. O'CoNNoR, '97 .... '99 W. P. CONNELL, '96 ...................................... ............. .6 to 0. 0 to 46. .0 to 0 6 to 26. 36 to 0. .6 to 0. 10 to 4. . . . .Captain . . . .Manager . . . . .Coach .......Center . . . .Left Guard .. . .Right Guard ,. ...Left Tackle . . . .Right Tackle. .......Left End. ........RightEnd. ...Left Halfback. ..Right Halfback . . . . .Quarterback . .. . . . .. .Fullbaclc Substitutes:-W. S. Fitzgerald, William Crutchfield, A. Doss, E. M. Lee7 H, Davis, J, H, Brovvn, T, Stringfield, Louis Farrell, H. S. Stokes. Underwood, H. D. . 7? fx - f-WW . f Q g, Y J 7 -3 X N f'f"j' - f - . A rff f .., if 4 Qs Lf . ' 1- ff' a . "uf --agar- fk l JI I 3-5 1 5-:le-" mu NMQQQE-lies?-Iwqv,5.s...l. -4 4'E.zgj1yfI5I:5wE5j 1. - ws s ---. 'H 2.3:-F4e:12:"x, Q J N. ' 5 - gg., :"'f -.1 "- if if is A Q a s A-ra.- ' - ' ...J ' E 2 a VA N fi 191 "SDik2d." HE autumn day was cold and drear, I strolled the campus for a sunning When lo! there came one wildly running, As if some vengeful foeman shunning, Some deadly danger, fraught with fear. He fell before me with a cry, HO kindly friend, in pity save me. I'm guiltless. Shelter now I crave thee, Keep them off and I'll enslave me, Do thy bidding 'til I die." His face was frozen with despair, So to my room I quickly led him. Needing food, at once I fed him Calmed his fear and then I plead him To confide in me his care. Said he, 4'Beyond my hope of heaven, There's one thing that I yearn, it is Not time but all eternities, For, choose between fraternities I must, and I've been spiked by 'leven'." -W C. Welbzzrn M SEQ, ,,e,, a y t, 'G ,lj' x1i" "i Z V, Y .f mal:-an .Lge W . " n a , - l ,ll if 192 D-A KD -P J I-ya-I, - --1 1 , - 1 If fx st -Q K ,ff X I Ti G f +R f l . . f X K., '- je! 1 XL lg 1 fl' V Rl. 1 K-3 -lf - il . 21593 -iglf ,S-1? -4-"g..-.f -' vi' .BGSQDGII adm.. D. T. MERRITT, '98 .................. . ......,........ Captain. LESTER G. FANT, '97 ..,..... ........ .....,..,A M a nager, T. R. FOSTER, '98. ..... .........,..........,........... O Hicial Scorer. T. W. DAVIS, '98 .....,........... Catcher. CLAUDE CARLISLE, 1900.. .Third Base HERBERT CARR, '98 ZW '..-- ,pitchers S. M. R. HURT, '98 ........,.. Left Field J. J. SHERRILL, '99 S Ross Hoifiqms, '98 .,....... ,Center Field JNO. B. PITMAN, '98 ........... First Base. W. T. CASXVELL, '99. ......... Right Field D. T. MERRITT, '98 .......... Second Base. H. DAVIS, 1900 .... .... . . Shortstop H. F. 14.-XNGHORST, '98, Substitute Catcher. GAMES PLAYED. Vanderbilt vs. Cumberland University, April 16, at Nashville ..... .... 1 7 to 2 Vanderbilt . University of the South, April 23, at Sewanee. ---- 2 to 4 Vanderbilt vs. University of the South, April 24, at Sewanee. ..... 2 to 9 Vanderbilt . Nashville Professionals. April 27, at Nashville ..... ..... 4 to 1 Vanderbilt vs. University of Georgia, April 30, at Athens. .... . .... 1 to 0 Vanderbilt . University of Georgia, May 1, at Athens ..... .... 4 ffl 12 Vanderbilt . University of Georgia, May 1, at Athens ...... -... 3 to 1 Vanderbilt . Cumberland University, May 8, at Nashville. . ---- 12 to 5 Vanderbilt . University of Tennessee, May 10. at Nashville ..... .... 1 0 to 4 Vanderbilt . University of Tennessee, May ll, 'at Nashville ..... .... 1 5 to 7 Vanderbilt . University of the South, May 27, at Nashville. ...... 2 to 3 Vanderbilt vs. University of the South. May 28. at Nashville. ---. 16 to 12 Vanderbilt . University of the South, May 29, at Nashville. .... 14 to 4 195 Ewkillgqi BGCRWGN. ACKWARD, Turn backward, O Time in your flight 3 Bring up the old scenes just for to-night! Call up the feasts that we used to eat. Shades of Dyspepsia, call back the meat, Ring up the butter from down there somewhere Smooth the few silver threads out of its hair. Chase back all the stuff for which We paid cash, Bring us some hash, waiter, bring us some hash- Backward, roll backward, O dim mists of Time! Fetch me the Gym skuit that used to be rnineg The pants and the shirt have been wet with the rain They scarce met before, they will ne'er meet again Give me the shoes with their old busted tops, Tell some old yarns to remind me of Pop's. Give me some more of those old interviews- Hear my excuse, Doctor, hear my excuse. Let me sit now where oft I have sate And peacefully sleep through Thanksgiving Debate. The Normalite game is a part of my plang So get all of Looney together you can- Greet me once more with the well recalled sounds, Turn on Peter Carr and the merry-go-rounds. Get Goodloe. and Stokes who will sow their wild oats And send them for notes, brother, send them for notes. 1 Pass in Tab Farrell with his red hair galoreg 'Twill surprise him, for never was he passed before- Fill the library till every shelf creaks With books that nobody reads but the freaks- Heap up the work till we bow to the dustg Pile parallel on to make sure of the bust. Runlthe grades down till they're clear out of sight, Backward, turn backward, O Time in your liight. 196 D-A KD CD 1 , . ef- -a sf N, UG li dm. OFFICERS. W N DAVIS ...... W H JOHNSON ..... 42 xfx I Captain. ' V Manager. ,D J 9' . rg- , .L " .N 31 " . -f 'S 41- Z , 2 ff Nw- 5 , x .I 1 ff- A -J 12- ,. -ZX l- 'f, gqh 1 1 ex .4 'M xg 'SQ If F 0 1- W 1 ff ck D X11 . Lf d4,,, Kg, ,, l 'W-4 .I 'fb' f fy-. 'JK ' - ' -"" - " X -3 rr ' - 73 -jj?" ffl 4,12 23152 41. . ,g 7 Qdm.. H. M. BOOGHER . ....,. ..,... . . . Missouri. W. N. DAVIS ...,..... .... M issouri W. M. CRUTOHFIELD. . . . . . .T A. OMBERG ....... .... W J POLK ...... ..., W P CONNELL .... .,... D. NEILSON ........ .... . . UNDERWOOD. .... . .. H. .STOKES ...... .... . . . WERLEIN .... .. . .BRYsON... . .JoNEs.. . .. X J b C f , .K rj N Q " . Q I D. W. JONES .... Q Nav 1 a S 10 gi E M W S ' S H gr F R 4 Q59 E S 199 . . . .TeXas. Tennessee . Arkansas Tennessee. Tennessee Tennessee . .Georgia Tennessee . .Missouri . Arkansas . . Missouri ,l.l.1,..lLL-T I I IIIIIIIEHMIII ' '- 5- V - E vu, I P , ' "fr M xfg. , i I .,. ug ' ' ll nql Ni xx , "'s B tl-REZEVANT. l ..liest Uandjlt Records.. One hundred yards dash ............ One hundred and fifty yards dash... Two hundred and twenty yards dash Four hundred and forty yards dash. Eight hundred and eighty yards dash Onemilerun. .... .. .... One hundred and twenty yards hurdle.. One mile bicycle race .......,....... Standing broad jump. ............. .. Running high jump ......... .. Running broad jump .,......... . . Throwing hammer 116 1bs.7. . . . . Putting shot Q16 1bs.J ..... . .. . . Pole vault for height ....... .. Pole vault for distance ..... . . Running high kick ....... . . Throwing 56-lb. weight ...... .. Throwing baseball .............. . . Running hop, step, and jump. . .. .. Pope Taylor, '89 ..... madman? SSS? wcirng? OBO! OO.iOv-4 UQrnUQO cr'-1:-.-3-1 9252 - .O. -335 352: ' I-I. - - xg. . 'Q.. :SDM mf: 52 2. H.. rf-' Z: 'f-H.. pw. v-A Ogg- CS Ischia MFHVDIIJ C'DCD"DC'D OOOO EF M. Boogher, '98. ..... - S. Vaughan, '93 , . . . . P. Connell, '96.. . . C. Ratclilfe, '96 ...... F. B. Fogg, '87 ...... .'.'.'.'.Qid 'fn 105 in W. M. Crutchfield. '98 VV. M. Crutchfield. '98 . P. Hanner, '93 .... . E. Culver, '86. . B. Fogg. '87 ..... E. Price, '87.. . . .. . W. Davis, '98... . . . B. Fogg, '87, . .. meglmmrf lb-I O O . A. Weaver. '93 ....... ..... .....10sec 5 min. 17 sec . . .... 18 sec .3 min. 8 sec . .l0 ft. Z in 5 ft. 6 in .97 ft. 25 in 22.37 ft. 32 in .. .... .9 ft. 9 in 22 ft. SZ in ' QQQ..9ff.s5in .17 fr. an in if. '. '. 108 yas. 7 in .41 ft. 9M in Southern lnter-Zollegiatei Htbletic Hssecintion. Second Ilnnual 'Field Day, Uanderbilt University Jltbletic Field, may ls, IS97. RECORDS. 120 yards hurdle .... .... T . Buchanan lSewaneel. .. .... 16 4-5 sec 220 yards hurdle .... .,.. W . Polk, QVanderbiltJ.. ...... ....,...... 2 8 4-5 sec 100 yards run... .. ...., J. A. Selden CSewaneel.. .............. .10 l-5 sec 220 yards run ..... .... W . S. Cothran CUniversity of Georgial. . .24 1-5 sec 440 yards run ...., ...E. M. Underwood CVa1-nderbiltj .......,. 53 3-5 ser' Half mile run ........ W. VanNess CAuburnJ ......... 2 min. 6M sec One mile run ....... .... . ..H. E. Harvey CAuburnj . .. ... ..... 4 min. 50 sec Pole vault for height .... . . . S. FZ. Smith CKentucky State Collegej . .10 ft. Z in Running high jump ..... .... T . Buchanan lSewaneej. .......,....., 5 ft. 7M in Running broad jump .... .... C . Weaver fUniversity of Georgiaj . . .20 ft. 9M in Putting 16-lb. shot ........ .... N V. M. Crutchfield CVanderbiltJ. ..... . , 37 ft. l in Throwing 16-lb. hammer. .. .... W, M. Crutchfield QVanderbiltJ. ....... 97 ft. ZZ in SCORE BY POINTS. Fir5'5. Sesomis. 7'h1'1'd5. Tofnl 1. Vanderbilt ..... .. . 4 8 2 46 2. Sewanee.. .. . 3 'l 1 22 3. Auburn .... ........ . 2 l l 14 4. Georgia ................... 2 0 1 13 5. Kentucky State College .... . 1 ll 0 5 6. University of Nashville .... . 0 l 2 5 7. Central University ..,.. .. , 0 0 3 3 8. S. W. P. University .... . 0 0 0 0 -261 201 C51 , 1 x' - fwwll Wall.. MM' l l 4 MW li l l 1 llll l V- 1 K' f :JV 1' IQXI X , N 1 ll lm . 1, J' 1 X ll J llll' jgf . .Y gil' .af x -- -A , X 'Rv 9 ' l Rah . lf l .K V ul! mff, .X llllllll' H 'X .- lf sin :my ,Q jI.,g, ,mi ,.,.-1 l 'll WIWX ll "lf llmllll R-M llall for l Xt' f f' Class of '97 .... Class of '98 .... la S field Da . v . N. DAVIS, Captain. W. H. JOHNSON, Manager. One hundred yards dash. E. A. COX '99 ................,.....,. ll. 2-5 sec. Putting 16-lb. shot. H. F. LANGHORST, '98 ....... ......... 3 1 ft. 3 in. Two hundred and twenty yards dash. -E. A. COX, '99 .... ............,.......... 2 6 sec Throwing 16-lb. hammer. G. C. TRAw1CK, '99 ........... ........ 7 1 ft. 6 in Running high jump. F. R. BRYSON, '99 ......,....... .... . . 5 ft. Z in Four hundred and forty yards race. E. M. UVNDERNVOOD, '00 . ............... :SSX sec Pole vault. A. W. PIARRIS, '00 ............. 7 ft. 3 in. Half niile race. E. M. UNDEIQWOOD, '00 ...... .. Zniin. 12 sec Mile Race. 1. DOUGLASS NEILSON, '98.. .... ...... 5 min. 6 sec Running broad jump. 1. D. YY. JONES, '98. ..................... 18 ft. 10 in POINTS SCORED BY CLASSES. Totals. , . .. 30 27 Class of '99 .... Class Of 'Ou .... H. M. BOOGHER 3 vt. M CRUTCHFEELD, 5'Time"S- W. OFFICIALS. W. P. OONNELL, 2 Jud es W. H. JOHNsoN,f g N. DAVIS, Starter. 202 ADACHI. ANDERSON. BAYLESS. BONNER, M. BRANHAM. BREWER. BRILEY. BRONVN, C. BUSH. C.-mn. S. .H Wx A. R. HOHT.FE1.D ..... I-1. J. LIVINGSTON .... W. H. JOHNSON .... J. H. STEVENSON. . . CARRE. CLAYTON. COLENIAN. DIXNIEL. DUDLEY. FrXNT, B. FARRELL, N FITZGERALD. FOSTER, J . C. Uand rbilt 3 ll C lllliS 50 ian ILM: OFFICERS. MEMBERS. President. Vice President. - S ecretary-Treasurer. Manager of Grounds. JENKINS. MORGAN, J. J. JONES, P. M. MORSCHHEIMER. KELLY. OMBERG. LUND. PATTERSON, W. M. LUSII. RAND. MCGTLL. RANKIN. MILLER. D. I. RUDDIBIAN. MILLEIQ, H. H. SCHUERINIAN. MOORE, J. P. TERRY. .bask Iball ix X QQ . x fl V ' .lf f 1 ui GIIIS.. I . -sw . W"dsn xl' lf . . dl JUNIORS. FORWARDS: Moore, D. W. Jones. CENTERS: Meacham, Neilson, Peebles BACKS: Foster, McClure. s0PHOMOREs. FORWARDS: Farrell, Stokes. CENTERS: Cox, Howard, Bullock. BACKS: Howell, Doss. if -ff' FRESHMEN. FORWARDS: H. Davis. Bonner. 24 I CENTERS: Ream, Wood, Wilson. BACKS: Andersorx,Undervvood. N 1 f Freshmen Champions for '97. ,aw -. Z., ,mf .,?.- . ' X fi SZ I ,Q '55 J'- K ' -7, X jf' lr - .. ..-' 2? ff off I- .7-Q Y. Q I 0" ll 204 2 06 G IlllldSillm MEMBERS, J. T. GWATHMEV. T. P. 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V' L1 5 4'7" 1 -u 1-1 .'f 1 Foul GCKIQ. t IH PlSCdf0l'i3l PdSf0I'dl, A - ' Yestiday I went with Sue A iishin', like we uster do. Now Sue's been otf to school a spell, An' larned so dinged much, that-well Lsorter 'lowed this time that she Wouldn't go fishin' 'long of me. But she sez, "Yes," ez smooth ez grease, An' we went down the crick a piece To where blue-cat an' trout bites line. Then I got out my tangled line, Sue helped ontangle it, an' so It took us half 'n hour or mo', An' though our hands got awful mixed, At last we got the blamed thing fixed. A I give the baited line a Hing, But never watched th'e.dog-goned thin Coz I wuz busy watchin' Sue: My! She wuz putty, dressed in blue. I set beside her on a log, An' felt just likesome onery dog, Which, While he's happy as a bird, To save his soul can'f'say a word, For wunyt Sue didnt talk of kings Or Matthew Mathmatics an' things, She'd look at me ah' look away, , An' smile, but not a Word to say. Then I got down to makin' love I'd got ez fur ez "turtle dove." V 208 gy Sue smiled, an' smiled, an' still she smiled, An' then she laughed an' I got filed, "I know I'd be," sez I to Sue, "Heap nio' perlite, ef I wuz you." Sez Sue, "You would, if you wuz rne,'l ftTake down the fishline from that tree 1 Whatever yol1're fishin' fur above, Your bait's not right to ketch a 'dove'.' When I go fishin' next with Sue, I know darn well just what I'll do, I'1l try, instead of fzlshin' line, A tackle of another kind. -Wi C. Welburn OEQ UllCQl'I2llllW. If you would tell ine plainly that you love me not, And let me grapple with the clear-cut pain, I could tear out your image, and the wounded spot Might then grow whole, not heal and bleed again. e Qi! i C. P. W . - Pl'QClQSlilldll0lI. If thou and I did know The end, that at the last the editice Of love and happy dreams that we have built should fall, And, crashing down, should go Into a charred and ashen nothingness, Would we not love? So should We live, tho' we knew all. Zozeds. OR many years there has-been among us a. peculiar type of creatures commonly denominated "Co-eds." Having heard and observed so many strange things that pertain tothem we have steadfastly taken it in hand to enquire into both their whence and their wherefore. After diligent search We conclude that of the irst there is no authentic record: they may be related to Eve, but no such mention is made. They are like the windy we hear the sound thereof but know not whence they come nor whither they go. Their name, however, has been traced to its origin. In the earliest records oi language we have the word courted applied to creatures of this per- suasion. Being a word in such common use there was developed a shortened form ofthe word which existed side by side with the original-coied. As time advanced the Z of the form dropped out which explains their dash f-Q. The significance of the word is somewhat uncertain in respect to time. We have, ' - being Ccourted, coted, co-ed.j ' have been Ccourted, coted, co-ed.j to be Ccourted, coted, co-edj. We suggest a special test for each caseg further observation may be made. P. S. They are said to be docile and harmless. 2.1.1 5.5. J. jilitdl The sun was warm, and so was I: 'Neath the maple's refreshing shade We sat iete-cz-tele, my love and If While my heart at her feet I laid. "The warmth of my love you surely know!" I whispered, on bended knee, I' She frowned, then smiled triumphantly, And-passed the ice pztclzev' io me! '4f7izfz." 210 ,, ,m-ef .ff ' , 1 , 1- .sf 71,57-,QAMfsf.11..1,,44 -5 I 5,14 W-, . an , ' - - o Fi L.-55 - V ' ff 2: wha- 1 ' Y- 'L' ,ii U V, , . ,L f . , ' U QW "Jef, ff ' .11 , yy .Xl V1 13 y i . QQ- wx .47 , L., : 113+ 4 - I f fi"' k5QQ5f 3 " 'U ' -:ff , fff "1 211 H Zommunication, MR. EDITOR: My last voyage, in which I became acquainted with much knowledge entirely foreign to our own distinguished country, had thus come to a successful close. My family were all warm in their greetings and I fully expected now to end my days peacefully and quietly in a fair show of happiness and worldly opulence. I was courted by many renowned scientists, and the Queen herself did not despise the humble traveler that I always deemed myself. But quite certain it is, that the acquisition of a desired object only engenders a yearning for more of its kind. I was now offered a large sum for my services as inves- tigator of certain districts of the island O- in the South Seas, with a view to the establishment there of mining and other concerns. I embarked on the schooner "Bonna Fay" with fair winds, on the long voyage to Oi. Such a period of fine weather, however, was not long to last. At the end of the twentieth day a violent gale set in which continued throughout the long night. Our little schooner, though staunch, was not built for such a tempest, and finally became unmanageable. The compass had been washed away, and the forernast had cracked in its fall, flinging into the raging sea the mate and three trusty sailors. Suddenly an unearthly howl overwhelmed my ears. the vessel made a fearful plunge, and-all other reci-llection of this terrible catastrophe was swallowed up by the roaring of the angry deep. When my consciousness returned, I found myself in a rather small, plain room, with scripture texts hung on the walls as its only adornment, crowded bookcases, a bleak mantel, and bare though clean-scrubbed Boor. Two young men of slovenly aspect were engaged in reading their Hebrew Bible, one of them with a translation and the other with a dictionary, which, however, they referred to but rarely. I was informed after- wards that they were clever young ilzeofogs, Qa word with which I was to that time unfamiliar, but which has been interpreted to me as meaning "a young student versed in all godliness, with infinite claim upon the respect of others, and a divine commission to interfere in the aifairs of their fellows. "Such students"- continued my informer- "conie only from the more intellectual and well-bred youths of the country, and are always brilliant in society. The other students are called 'barbarianf or 'Rcubcn,' or sometimes 'jay,' to distinguish them from this better c-aste."J It seems these young prophets had heard of a shipwrecked foreigner, doubtless a heathen or heretic, and had determined to instruct him in the true faith at their insti- tute. Such good works, it seems, are characteristic of their kind, unto whom God hath given in fee the management of the universe. This school of learning was named "Beastly Hall," after the founder of their sect. These 'young geniuses were all worthy disciples of this worthy master, and based their claims of divine grace largely on the learned polemics of which they were capable. One very remarkable characteristic of the entire number was a certain self-esteem or self-confidence, a quite noticeable feature of all true genius. In fact they quite des pised their fellows in law and medicine and literature, since, as oneMr. Assym informed me, the only just law is the Divine Law, the only efncacious physic that is capable of administering to diseased souls, and the only genuine and true literature theQSacred Scriptures, with such learned commentaries on it as those of the eminent scholars, Drs. 212 Swillet, Aleckscenter and Brawn. This highly gifted body of students yearly publishes a volume of dissertations on edifying and instructive topics, in which all should be conversant. The living is managed on the order of a mess-system fthe etymology of which word, I was told, is not connected with the English verb Hto mess,"J which is conducted by those master minds, the Reverend Messrs. Rag and Spitlike. These gentlemen combine the more substantialgifts of heredity in comely persons, and most profoundly brilliant intellects. I am told they were both offered prelacies in the Papist church, which they indignantly refused, both being intolerant of that blasphemous system of spiritual subjugation. 7 Their power in Beastly Hall is supreme, and it is deemed advisable by next Semes- ter to dubb them with the title 'fHigh Muck-a-Muck," an honor due to their superior com- manding abilities. One younger literary candidate thoughtlessly suggested the name "Pope," which was indignantly rejected as being unworthy of men of such calibre. The grace with which they exercise their authority is quite superior to that of the Pope. A few examples of this I myself observed. The students habitually came down late to breakfast, vastly discommoding the gen- tlemen who were employed to assist at the meals. These assistants were from a neigh- boring school, and as such assistance was deemed a great favor on the part of these kind-hearted and considerate lifelpers, it was thought highly improper to interfere in their plans and pleasures. What did Mr. Rag, the esteemed Manager, do? He simply allowed theistudents ten minutes for their breakfast. This I deemed a masterpiece of executive ability, proving the reverend gentleman well worthy of the title 'iHigh Muck'- a-Muck." The students are allowed but one glass of milk for a meal. This is thought toinsure the denizens of Beastly Hall against obesity, so common an ailment among the Clergy. Moreover, but one plate of dessert is served, the remainder regarding the gentlemen attendants who are so kind as to proffer their services. Any form of fowl is forbidden in the bill of fare as being unholy on account of the historic cock who caused Peter to deny his Master. In short, I have never seen aught quite comparable to the order, decorum and moral- ity to be encountered at Beastly Hall. ,Though my pleasant sojourn came to an end abruptly, as narrated in the "Banner" of the 6th inst. I can never forget the profit I had among those refined, cultured, godly, just, digniied, exemplary, rightly self-conii- dent, and quite properly dictatorial and exclusive young men of genius. They were highly accomplished in all that is manly, their habits and manners were most refined and proper, their management infallible, and everything connected with them such as might well be imitated, Mr. Editor, by West Side Row of our own institution of learn' ing. All further inquiries will be cheerfully considered by, sir, Your most humble, obedient servant, Lemuel Gulliver. 213 I fl PYODOSGI. GAZE upon thy lashes, love, Dinnned by a dewy tear, 'Neath which the bright eye hashes, lov And while I hope, I fearg I wonder if those suns could send A light which would not bless, While doubt my whole fond heart doth rend Oh, love, will it be "yes?" Gaze not upon aught other, love, Than those eyes which long for thine 5 Leave not the heart to smother, love, Which for thy heart doth pine 3 For my. love is as the mighty deep That never groweth less, And my heart is a heart that doth ne'er slee Oh, love, let it be "yes," Oh, let love be the flower, love, We wear upon our breast, And let it be love's bower, love, Vlfherein our tired hearts rest, For thou knowest how I love thee, love, With a love thou couldst never guess, And those blue eyes above me, love ! Oh, love, it must be "yes" ! -Halsey Werlein. 214 ev 7 P, X X N ekferi 7es'fn:.?Q.v,x jQ,,XL,x I f if ,W H .- 1 XQULXQ N f V f ff7'Ur4f'. I' ffl i Q L , w it ' x . wal Hji 'if xr ' " ,i A, L Q33 H ul - el 1' ,fl I . 5 ig . "' ' QM is si 5 ff f ffv E, A ' 513 sw, 1 Tiifix If 9,1 ,, V, .. , xy nl Vgutqxm eWcicvXee. - SOIIIQ QIIQSUOIIS Hsked W Ibt EX'l:dWVQl'. Question: Did you hit Mr. Looney? l Answer: I did not. Q. Where did the iight begin? A. Q. You said you hit Mr. Looney I said I did not. Q. Who started the ight? A. A. Q. Where did you say you hit A, I said I did not hit him. 215 At the south end of the Held. I do not know. ' M ? r. Looney? Q. Which came on the Held first, Vanderbilt or Normal? A. Normal. Q. Where did you hit Mr. Looney? A. Nowhere. Q. Did you see pistols and knives? A. I did. , Q. What did you hit Mr. Looney with? A. I did not hit him. a 1, Q. Did Vanderbilt University players fight? A. One or two did. Q. What did Mr. Looney say when youihit him? A. D-- it, I did not hit him. . Ex Lawyer: If you are right sure you did not hit Mr. Looney you may go. I ff rw! V" -iv . " 9 if-fi' 1 e.,. gllkrgpif Hf fxfl -jk ' , '. :ng , Ji I ! ' . shud iil'il?'5?" A fill : ' .1 .- '7""'a'fi Amex-- 'J' W " jLiLi.T11 "'o y,f,f"f, ' X "H "" ' 'W -if ' Wlwtll XfamHLrl3nll'j- OYIWBQX i YNY 'Pwallixri ol . 216 Parable of the Lost Black Sheep. I N a place called West Side Row there did dwell many yy! rich and wicked men who did give each month ten l l pieces of free silver to one of their number, a Publi- ff ff I I ydfy .fri ' can and money-changer called Gardiner, wherewith he f r ar X,-5 'A . might see that they did truly fast and in other ways , ' . Y' make amends to the Chancellor for their wicked man- ,f ,n ..4.g-151. 0 ' ner of life. 'I' ,And on a certain day there did come amongithern MV! a man called Stallcu who did smoke man hu e and P Y 3 vile stogies of the land of Threeforiive and was in many ways odious. For lo, did he always go attended by acreature named Stokes who had contracted a disease called Uelephantisis of the jaw-bone," and was in other ways as like unto Balaam's companion as is one pea unto another. And it came to pass that one night as he roamed through the plains about West Side Row, searching high and low that he might find pleasure, there arose a mighty storm and many stones fell around him and Gross,-black figures tlitted past him and he was muck cc nfused-yea, even so much con- fused that he could not tell one stone from the other. And lo! he was much afraid and cried out, "lt is not meet to the dwellers of West Side Row that I disappear from their midst." But only his wind answered saying. "Be not afraid, thou-measley one, they merit not the bless- ing," and hearing he did take hard heart again and was found, even before the rising of the sun, by one bailiff called Cap, son of A-gun. And when he was again in health and strength he did relate his adven- ture 'o a certain wise man called Doss, who did spread it abroad and use it in his teachings, as the parable of the lost black sheep. to Q. B. with d HOIICIIIQI. B ehold! ye gods, the august majesty O f one, whose wisdom deep and learning vast N o worlds could hold, had ye not bound it fast, N eath such a thick-skulled head,-but woe is mel E'en as I speak the thunder peals-'Tis he! R aging he glares, he scowls! I shrink aghast. ' Ll '09 77 -28- 2.17 " Qdit DAYS." I. I-IEN a man becomes a "Medic," Full of aspirations high, And beholds a ruthless doctor Sawing bones with blase eye: When he first sees a dissection, With its awful grimness rife, Then he shudders-thinks he missed it When he chose hiswork for life. Butwitiw' fCHORUS. J Give him time and he'l1 develop. There are others just ashe, Who became the heartless Medic That folks think they have to be. II When he left his home for college, Told his girl a fond farewell, He expected still to love her, Yet you cannot always tell. This young fellow met another Whom he set his heart upon, And he Wrote to his old sweetheart That 'ta man could love but one." Butwifw fCHORUS.i Give him time and he'l1 develop. There are others just as he, Who have had as many sweethearts As there seemed necessity. III. This young student marvels greatly, When he hears such lengthy terms As UDocryopyorohea." And "Schizon1ycetic germs," Pantoinorphic mental pictures His cerebum occupy, Older students wink and look Wise At such Words as "polypi." Butititifrit QCHORUS. I Give him time and he'1l develop. There are others just as he Who became the learned Doctors That folks think they have to be. -Frank C N502 Kansas City 218 01. ,, 4255512- .v ffl' , Ch W W W ' li ND it came Ah in the to Wil . lan I rnigh " 2, 1 'NX ' pass d to fy self ff in the l ward th 1 man, ye 0 'we ast d e S a a -. A co . I .A ,ff f m 1211 El of 10' h HHS 1, 3-Y outh man nd - pali x 1 ' f ff' K A 4 f x fy ff? X Wd: .glawl X l N' I, X 0 at th s11 valo . is 3. , wh ff it N567 ere nge I' 111 meat And ' ich X ,xW ff ij' f" elt ink eye s tob wo anff the six s dw r of the wa N his xf spl- K were xx I . WM- -f 1 xx a s of acc rds up y se ty a EEEQAN hm 0 W wer vw ee lf p nd 1 ind e as kly f erpe some 4 di X IEP go 1 a b ing hun he d ubli 1111 is urd arf , and dred wel shin save wa of Jun en soil brough fold t in the g Hous devils s choler ah Veril t forth fastnes e and only wh ic and of D And ferenc a Y S011 ses no 1 h a r thi e be nd t 5 f ie of th man bar udd s is t gat he A win e N dar e h y co he Hos dv dd1 and K the D ' ron ' - tuat' - an . . And ' 'stP ' ' , X h. . , .3 . ' 'fffw " I -Q xf "1 1 .. 1 ,,f, 3 ... K ' X 1, ,Hx xxxix X--6 f' I 2' f U' Z4 i I ieth e a is c unt gene s, a oeat d ar 6 o pproabh op5 For h enance with ration of Hgo nd I-loss b e begat muc ise and did . And in t - heathen ar' man .'xiv1e"'di lx ll e al ss The Lon egat the Advoc hwind. Yea cleave to the sid hose days did ise, including D y Philistines fro With them, mak 7 7. A un lu' I 8 "Arise and shalt beat in guards Lte L lll es t the avi m th ing nd to 0 .. 1-1 thre pie , and 9 ight her rei s th e S me the ursel nto sh, ces tur . A Hos Y :Oi uuant of tl e Ishxuaelite outh did con rry. heathen sai ves eleven ' ourselves in air." for thy nos many' Sewa n their subst nd on a day swas not th 10. wa ie And ie and d, "Con prinoipa any rul e shall neites ance int they ca! ere. And ma s much 1 spor ie, 1 l m es, a be ' . And o pi me ny c Wick 1. the t ct 11 eng ' nd iron w g-sk' unt Ollr: edn And ho s ra' and a pi , an e wi ins ' o a 1 ge rn ess i the rse o ist u let u g-sk' cl th 11 c eve en n th re r as 12. int p s make in filled wit y hoof bra onsecrate th 1 place, wh and sinners e land in th mnant of S s with a stic And Tubal o his trump 13. vi h ss, e ere t gath ose d atan k, so Cai et. An ctor and thou gain unto s ' here was ni ered togeth ays. did smite did they. n did stand i And the noi d the news o s did pass b 14. As sound hm uch grass. But er for to see it. F the Sewaneites. Y n the midst of the se thereof was as th f that did spread th y on the other side f brambles in the ma s of victory unto th or th ea, 111, W ' e so rouv' rom nge e ea ere as his und bho the r an rs of man beateth pering gibes and t of Morris, lifningu ut the land. And th stables of Hoss. d as cockle burrs i Hoss. aunts p the voi e chari n the t ' 219 ots ail C6 oft , so also were he the l5. And he cried unto his devils, saying, "Bring me hither a pig-skin that I may see it, yea, thatI may examine it curiously. For I may not speak of this evil without know- ledge, nor open my mouth in ignorance." I 16. And he did look at it with interest, and did cut it open, and lo, it was iilled with the same substance as himself. 17. In those days came Wise maen unto the Conference. Andi the ruddy Hoss did stand before them, singing as doth the whang-doodle, and playing upon the hew-gag, and the tom-tom. ' 18. The burden of Hoss: Pestilencelhas slain its thousands, but football its tens of thousands, and the Glee Club is a burden: in the land. 19. In after times came troubles upon the land, many evils like as grasshofmpers upon the picnic dinner. 20. For men contended one with another, saying, Wherewithal shall the shekel of gold be equaled with the shekel of silver, or with what measure thereof shall they be meted ? 21. And Hoss lifted up his voice and wept, saying, "Football hath done this evil." 22. And brother went to war with brother, and pestilence devastated the land, but Hoss said: "Football hath done it all. yea, the pig-skin is at the bottom thereof." 23. And it came to pass after many days that Hoss died and was gathered to his fathers. 24. And below, being in torinents, he lifteth up his voice and weepeth. For verily Connell drop-kicketh goal with him, and his worm dieth not. 25. Thus did I-Ioss take up a parable, and lament with a doleful lamentation, being a burden in the land. 1 , V ivlt Z I- . ff . 7 .f ff i ie f ' 'E if Mi i wit-....e. ,, Q20 9 li i fi I sl' .. , xy' "5 Y 2 -5--" , i -y 5 XT xv-1 If , -X g Y MR xiii?-ff,-fall! Xgw R gui xylftelidf THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL, ACCORDING 'IO I-IOSS. 220 H trosbmaws notebook. Invocation, a frequentative fbatin-11060, called, funcalled for.jj The act of addressing in prayer. The form of calling for assistance. CAleXander's "Book of Common Prayer for Wednesday's.',j lnstill. fAn inversion. Still, synonym for heaven and in, incorrectly used for inside-.II To infuse slowly. QDieftnbach's "Evolution of the I-Iop."j Instant. fLatin zhslans, standing in.j a particular time. "Any unseason- able instant of the night."-Shak. CChilder's "Reminiscences.' J Schooner IIA. S., sczmzkm, to avoid, to shun.j A peculiar shaped vessel, for floating' on half-seas. QY. M. C. A. Hand hookfj Tobacco fHottentot bczckzm, to adornj an article used in decorating street cars. "And the king said unto Esther, 'Bring hither the Golden Scep- tre.' l'-Bible. CG. T. H. Miller, "The use of brier in ring formation."j Damn-An expletive. fLat. rlammzre, to condemnj To consign to punish- ment in .1 future world. QMcKie on "The forcible use of Englishfj Pie.-COrigin unknown.J A kind of cement made of Hour and water, baked with something in it, or under it. Condemned by tonsorial artists. fsee under pie-bald.j QGardiner and Rapp's colossal work on "Stratagems."j Grub-axe. fconnected with the last word.j Any request for alimentary substances. C?Z3QD6Q5eD HH wailjr If all the World were a bottomless pit, And this bottomless pit no bottom had, And if the yawning gulf of it Were the place for all things bad, In the lowest part of this bottomless pit, In the very bottom of its base, In the deepest depths of its yawning gulf Exczmz'mz1!z'ons should ind a place! Anonymous. 221 H SQIIIIIIZIW of the 5607 CQIIIIIW. AST night I dreamed a dream. Alas, it was no pleasant visitation of the tricky spirits of the upper air. Dire and dreadful it swept across my soul, and my prophetic eyes glared forth into the never- ending future. What there I saw I am now to relate. 'Twas the witching hour of midnight when I closed my book with a sigh of relief, and sank back into my chair to snatch from my relentless taskafew moments of much needed rest. I had just read the concluding paragraph of a highly disinteresting controversy between one Fennell and a gentleman bearing the euphonious appellation of Gildersleeve as to whether SE or TE should be used in the forty-five thousand two hundred and sixtieth line of Pindarls nine-hundredth Paregoric Ode to Populism. After much waste of time and paper, and a complete exhaustion of vocabulary, each had proved without the shadow of a doubt that his opponent was wrong. Such was the satisfactory conclusion to which I was directed. But now, having digested such an enormous amount of condition, it was in vain that I tried to entice slumber. Greek roots and Greek stems played football on my pillowg adverbs and adjectives engaged in a contest from which two adjectives emerged at length, only to go into a state of rapid declension, the Schema Pindaricum, clad in all her barren beauty, danced a jig on the bridge of my nose which would have reduced a ballet girl to a state of utter despairg while a Sanscrit root perched itself on the foot of my bed, and with its hideousness mocked my misery. Finally my wearied brain sank into unconsciousness, and I dreamed: Methought I found myself transported to the depths of the Dark Conti- nent, and there found a great university. The time was in the year of Our Lord 5555. The students, assembled in their spacious lecture hall, are await- ing the arrival of the learned instructor. Among them I discern the faces of those with whom I had endured the hardships of graduate existence 'some 4,000 years before, and I see that the doctrine of transrnigration of souls here has its proof. Rankin lazily pulled a thunderbolt from his pocket, and pro- ceeded to sharpen his pencil. Bonner complains of a headache, resulting from the contact of his cranium with a philosophers stone. lVIcSwain, poor fellow, blissfully falls asleep, he had been up late the night before, decipher- ing an ancient English inscription, and had succeeded, much to his delight. in reading the following words: "My old cow, she crossed the road." Drake is lost in deep philosophical reflection, while a pleasant smile hovering upon the lips of Clark betokens his bright and sunshiny disposition. The rest of the class deports itself in various ways. The tableau is interrupted by the entrance of Dr. Cadiget. ,An electric 222 current is turned upon lVIcSwain, who is gently awakened by the ecstatic thrill of a million volts. Mr. Bonner takes the chair, and proceeds thus: "The author of the Ode to which we shall direct our attention this morn- ing is unknown. Some authorities give good reason for their belief that it was written by Grover Cleveland, a famous preacher of the tenth century, while others say it is from the pen of Bob Ingersoll, Governor of the Colony of Great Britain in 1500. Though the question is still unsettled, the prepon- derance of authority favor the former, I will now read the Ode: The monk lay on the burning deck, Svvallerini hen teeth by the peck. His father called, he could not go, Because he loved those hen teeth so. "The metre of this Ode is Paeonic, with Cretic and Bacchic feet, inter- spersed with a sprinkling of Choreic verse, i.e., the Ode was not written ac- cording to any metre, but the metre was invented to tit the Ode. "Next Icall your attention to the word 'monk'. Evidently some sort of ani- mal is here referred to, and therefore many critics prefer 'monkeyl This is because 'monk' seems to have been the name applied in the twentieth century to the members of a band of robbers under the leadership of a certain DeWitt Talmage, who, it will be remembered, was defeated in the Battle of Bug juice by the famous General Parkhurst. So 'monkey' is the preferable word. Next we may consider the word 'swallerint' Several of the MSS. have the form 'swallowingl But critics are unanimously of the opinion that 'swal- ler' was the form in use among the cultivated classes, while 'swallow' is a mere corruption or provincialism. "I now come to avery knotty question. What is the meaning of 'hen teeth'? This expression has been discussed for many years, and critics just at present are divided into two classCS as to its interpretation. One class says it evidently refers to some variety of fruit, because it is an established fact that the hen was a domestic song bird, and did not possess teeth. They cite the following passages in which it undoubtedly refers to some Bower or fruit: Milton's 'Just Tell Them that You Saw Me,' page 17g Longfellow's 'Ta-ra-ra-boom de ay,' page 9, and Byron's 'Little Alabama Coon,' page 23. "On the other hand, another class of critics maintain that the ex- pression must be taken in its literal sense, i.e., 'teeth of a hen,' because the hen was not a song bird, but a beast of burden, used for riding, driving, etc., and was undoubtedly the happy possessor of teeth. They quote in their turn the following instances in proof of their assertion. Grover Miles' 'Paradise Lost,' page 2223 Hight's 'Dissertation on Faculty Roasts,' page 193, and Shakespeare's 'On the Dummy Line,' page 13. "So we see that the best authorities differ, and we can arrive at no deiinite conclusion. " 223 Dr. Cadiget then asked other members of the Seminary their opinion as to the meaning of "hen teethf' and the following ideas were advanced: McSwain declared that it referred to peanuts, because he had seen it stated in some ancient inscription that monkeys were very fond of this vege- table. Bonner said "hen teeth" meant some kind of beverage, such as Lemp's Extra Pale, because a monkey wouldn't swallow peanuts, he would eat them. Drake suggested that the expression was used metaphorically, that "swal- lerin' hen teeth" meant that the monkey was ,feeding his aesthetic nature by earnest contemplation of some profound metaphysical speculation. .Drake's opinion was concurred in by the rest of the class, because they had no idea as to his meaning, and therefore thought he must be correct. As night had fallen, the Seminary adjourned. While passing through Black Bottom on my way home, a group of Greek Nouns sprang upon me from a dark alley, and overpo wered me. High Grade and Low Grade vowels rified my pockets until they belonged to the Nil Grade. I tried to scream, but the sinewy ingers of the Second Aorist were around my throat. I was dragged to the bank of the swiftly rushing river, and thrown headlong into the dark waters. The demoniacal face of the Causative Conjugation leered at me as I fell, fell, fell, and then- MORAL. Little drops of Water May make a stream immenseg , But bushels of musty Greek roots Don't make common sense. Anonymous. i X lg .1-1-...f.',-4 Z " .4 ,-. '- n ,fairy zz TP? 'R t-,Jia-., , - K-, , ffvfg?-52 3:15 t 1 tlQ'a9wi1iEZi-g , ' r 'I .1'.-411 s i? 355 " ' - f 5'. 'f5yQ, - , 224 A:Ji,n LA 4 Y ii M f- . -e ss. f 255555 E522 Z- ' ' ' ' ' 'J' .5 Y- -F -.',1:::' . ,--- " n -: -' at sw feizf Safe H A by I X, 5 Q O .A ,. .. , 'S ' ...fl J.,- 1 UNCLE i QUO ATIGNS ' EXT5 THE SONGS WE SING. CARR: It don't seem like the same old srnile. DIEFENBACH: Give us adrink, bartender. PATSY: How firm a foundation. DAVID Y. THOMAS: 'Tvvere better far had we ne'er inet. OMBERG: Why will you in your crooked Ways Of sin and folly go. FARRELL! We never speak as we pass by. LACY: Then if this weariness hath come. CO-EDS: When blooming youth is snatched away. I didn't think she'd do it, but she did. LITTLE BILLY: She never saw the hooche-cooche. MCINTYRE: And the deacon went astray. THEOLOGUES: When I was young and giddy: that was many years ago. PUTNAM: What more can he say than to you he hath said. STROTHER : I love to tell the story. JOHNSON: As your hair grows whiter. He had a bunch of spinach. DOAK: LO, what an entertaining sight. -29- 225 FITZGERALD: And can I yet delay? TERRY: In evil long I took delight, Unawed by shame or fear. RAND: Sweet as the note of a wooing bird I'd tell my love to thee. WILLIAMS: In a quiet little way. LOUIS DAVIS: The Arizona Kicker. WERLEIN: I wonder if she's think BRYSON: The little lost child. ing of ine. VOORHEES, ATKINSON, CHILDERS: We three kings from the Orient BAKER: See human nature sunk in shame. Q FOOTBALL TEAM: Let the world their virtues boast. NVEDNESDAY CHAPEL: Long have I sat beneath the THB: Row: Thine earthly Sabbaths, Lord, we love GRUB: O what a. taste is this. WAITEIQS: On thee we humbly wait, ' V Our Wants are in thy view. MATH. TEACHERS: I want a. principle Within. LUND: Let not the wise their wisdom boast. BURNETT, MCCLURE: How beautiful their feet. STALLCUP: Deem not that they are blest alone, Whose ways anpeaceful tenor keep. NVYETH: 1-Iow happy are our ears - That hear this joyful Sound. MONTHLIES: What various hindrances we meet. TEAGUE: I'm one of the sort, A regular sport. WOODS: Sweet bunch of daisies. Green grass growing all round, round, rou ROWLAND: My love is the sarne as of old. LUTZ, OERTING: Sunshine and shadow. BAIRQ: But I've learned better now. SCUTTLE FIEND : It came upon the midnight clear. FRESH. GERMAN CLASS: O Lord avenge thy slaugh YOUNG, B.: Little drops of water. BONNER, C.: How sad our lot by nature is. ROBINSON: Reuben, Reuben, I've been thinking. POST GRADS: How tedious and tasteless the hours. COLEMAN: W'hen the roses bloomer-gain, LONG LONG: Love me little, love nie long. FRF. LUNCH: IVhen the swallows hoineward fly. LUTZ: Don't be cross, dear. COX: Alas and alack, when he came back, I-Ie'd a naughty little twinkle in his eye. GARDINER: Hash, Hash, Hash, Here comes the bog CRUTCHFIELD: There once was a king, - So the niinstrels sing, Who a herd of elephants had. BASEBALL TEAM: Little Miss Muif-it. CONNELL: The old oaken buck-it. STROTHER: Soft and low. 226 sound nd, tered saints ey man JACOBSON: Jerusalem my happy home. UNDERWOOD: Sleep little baby of mine. WILLIAMS, BAD JOHN: Way up yonder, way up yonder, Angels whispering love to me. BOOGHER: His brain was so loaded, it nearly exploded. NEILSON: Oh that farrnyard gait. MAHONEY: Erin-go-brafyl. FOSTER: The Camtpblelllls are coming. ROWLAND: Coming through the rye. PETER: Oft in the stilly night. GYM: Worlc for the night is coming. STEERE: Pull for the shore, sailor. YOUNG, C.: Oh, Teddy falloo, fallay. 1 ME.-ICI-IAM: VVhat will you take for me, papa? , THESPIANS: "I want to be an actor" said the pale-faced youth I will go upon the stage and Illl be a second Booth. STOKES: All coons look alike to me. You be my man. QUOTATIONS. 'Sdcafh, 1'ZZpri1z1fit.f STROTI-IER: "He was a man of unbounded stomach? "A little, round, fat, oily man of God." FACULTY: "And as its tail diverts the kitten So they with their own jokes are smitten. "Good men who do the best they can." ROBINSON: "Not all the pumice of the polished town Can smooth the roughness of the barnyard clown." CARR: "DO not throw your opinions in everybody's teeth." LUND: "A lion among ladies is adreadful thingf' "I am not in the roll of common men." WEST SIDE: "No doubt but ye arethe people and wisdom shall die with you " JENKINS: When a man kant du ennything else he parts his hair in the middle MILLER: Qof Airship-Famej "Twinkle, twinkle, little star, ' How I wonder what you are." COX: "A wager is a fOol's argument." CHILDERS: "A solemn youth with sober phiz, ' Who eats his grub and minds his biz." EVANS: "Company, villainous company, hath been the spoil of me." 'tMan wants but little here below Nor wants that little long." CALHOUN: "I must to the barbers, etc." WILLIAMS, WILS: "Give me my principal and let me go. WILLIAMS, C. P.: "His cogitative faculties immersed In cogibuudity of cogitationf' 'LI would the gods had made thee poetical " DENNY: "An affable, courteous gentleman." "A mixture of organic acid without one grain or glucose." "We must not make a scarecrow of the law." "Where law ends tyranny begins." 227 KIRK! "Living more with books than with men." CO-ED.: "Oh for a man- Oh for a man- Oh for a mansion in the skies." DANIEL: "A whole amount uf prunes and of prisms infused into his life." "Thy voice is a celestial melody." TERRY: "Haste is of the devil." "The slave that digs." BONNER, C. : "I awake one morning to ind myself famous." "Seldom he smiles and smiles in such, a sort As if he mocked himself and scorned his spirit That could be moved to smile at anything." HWhy shoulda man whose heart is warm Within Sit like his grandsire out in alabaster?" LACY: "He doth talk of nothing but his horse." WILLIE PATTERSON: "A lovely being, scarcely formed or moulded A rose with all its sweetest leaves yet folded." "Some smack of age in you, some relish of the saltness of time. NUNN: "Beautiful as sweet! And sweet as beautiful! And soft as young! And gay as soft! And innocent as gay." SCRUGGS. GEO.: "Neither a borrower nor a lender be." HUGHES, W.: "He will lie, sir, with such volubility that you would think truth were a fool." MILLER, G. T. H. : "Who never mentions hell to ears polite." "As deep as hell." GOODLOE "Often the cockloft is empty in those whom nature has built many stories high. ST.-XLLCUPZ "E'en Sunday shines no Sabbath day to mei' "A lazy, lolling sort, unseen at church." UNDERXVOODI "Delicious verdancy! Unbounded cheek! Unquestionably, nature's strangest freak!" WERLEIN: f'But if it be a sin to covet honor. Thou art the most offending soul alive." DOSS: "Who thinks too little, talks too much." TEXTS. COX: "His chin unshaved looked like a stubble Held at harvest home." "BOrrowingdulls the edge of husbandry." KID TJNDERXVOODZ "In truth he is but an infant wearing trousers." "His mouth is like the Chinese-it must go." PILCHER! 'LThe apparel oft proclaims the man." JOHNSON: "Tarry at Jericho till your beard be grown. " CRUTCHFIELD: HI will leave large footprints on the sands of time." BOYD: "Avery ancient, fish-like smell." STRAYHORN: Blessed be agriculture if one does not have too much of it." CARR: "Swans sing before they die-'twere no bad thing, Should certain persons die before they sing." STROTHER: " 'Tis pleasant sure to see Oneis name in print." "I'll read this screed unto my fellows And pleasure me with their comments." "There is a gift beyond the range of art, of being eloquently silent." VVYETH: uWhence is thy learning? Hath thy toil O'er books consumed the midnight oil?" 228 OMBERG: 4'Sad-visaged man, thy face unmask and smile." ' 77 "Cut and come agaln. "Conspieuous by his absences." "The play, the p1ay's the thing." "It would take a forest of his legs COLEMAN: V To mal-ge a bunch of fagotsf' LINDSEY! "lf dirtlwere trumps what a hand you would have." "I vow ft's unco pretty. STOKES: "A bold, bad man." "The lamyes call him sweet." -AFR' -. 4 Mwwinl . .- . u-. .., ,sy y , 58.65 mg, t 6, ,...' .L Q N IM, X r KXQEAS lvmm N? x W PF A 'Mm fi " -.in We . 5. gy m-sz E m. Je.. 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Now in a perspicuous narrative he tells the story of his life. Its text: "I am what I amgv its teaching: "Profs are made not born? 'The first chapter relates the author's early suffering, be fore he became able to sear the souls of sophs, and to belittle seniors auto- cratically. The second tells how the iron rod was inserted into his spinal column, and informs us where sternness may be had at cheap rates. The third is on bluffing the professors and exhausts the subject. ,The fourth denies that he apes Dr. Jrks. The fifth is devoted to the science of the pro- fessional Hmake-up." The sixth is adapted from George Meredith and is a vest-pocket condensation of his Book of Egoism. The seventh is a claim that Solomon swiped his famous book bodily from him. In the eighth he settles thetBacon-Shakespeare controversy, by admitting that he did it him- self. In the ninth our author takes farewell, warning neophy tes to hasten, as but few men cansucceed to true greatness in less than three score and ten -as for the present senior members of this class, he had told them long ago that there was no hope for them. A few texts close the book: "The heavens are mine, the earth also is mine, as for world and the fulness thereof, I have founded them." "I am greatly to be feared in the assembly of the saintsg and to be had in reverence of all them that are about me." t'Ye are all as stubble before the wind and as chaff that the storm carrieth awayf' "And he hath on his vesture written Kms on KINGS AND Loren on Loans." The RCUZEZUE7' 230 wkdllkl' Report. November 26. Sewanee Football Game. Temperature 990 in shade probable thunderstorms. Men are ordered to appear on the field in shin- guards and linen dusters. Sunshades furnished to linesmen. The unoccu- pied cottage on West Side Row will be provided for the use of those overcome by the heat. Dr. Kirk will wear a standing collar. June Znd. Sewanee Baseball Game. Temperature 350 in the sun. All players must provide hemselves with active overshoes, two sweaters and an overcoat made on a pattern furnished by Herbert C. Tolman. The umpire will be protected by a glass pop-corn stand, with heat furnished from the West Side bath-rooms. - The Chancellor's baby will have croup and Castoria. 11'Qx3"'N W 4- '- X H xiii A , K7ff'iif'XL,'W li 'X -X -r""N -Q t 'X ' ftffjxx ' j X N fvf i' V . ft r e S 'r ii X H' WX l1':'i'B 'll 7 1 f i"'lf?f -ff' rl N xv S---3.w,,,.LufL,L ga- ,Jjf , V Aflnapf y 1- mfg' me Nw----F.. fweqiefelff - I l ex if N r brat XFX Xxvp xOQ"N'kf? '- X'No - TX U Si' 'uf i . hbk ' W b-DQ f-XS mf w SRM, Mega- 5' xi I X CB ,N HH, jx Xe- c ev-N My N QAM '.,r..ef fm-. A Q 231 agar We dispense this year with the time-honored editorial courtesy of the last Word. 4 To those who have given their time, their labor and their money, it would be superfluous. By the happy few, whose ignorance is bliss, it would not be believed. U ' But some one has said that the author of a book, like the owner of a house, must stand somewhere in it, with smiling face, to welcome his guests. So hcre's a health to those faithful helpers, whose ability is asundoubted as their loyalty, and our compliments to the critics. And here's long life and success to the COMET, and another to the good old year of '9'7. . . .1 X, f ff X X ' Hi? d ff ff , , 1 was fe , If ,LM ' X , Q Vp it pf, xf L 7 , If 1 K, I. ' f' X ' X, A , X6 3 ' fix x 'jf X X will :ll ,f 4 if . . 1 1' f ff , V l ,III X ,"' -Y ,f ' X 4. 97 ff' X 7' , K, X ', x' ! J QI, 4' 4 ., n f. fix 232 .3 ' 9 , 1g'QMgn,1WzW I KD !?kXXXvj'!!:':V-',,f rj 1 W JM, um fx , .. 5'-:Xb J 1 ' B-:Q X ii' gk A T:-- Z7N"5.f- EZQNL. - r f iff- , T as vii eff? 3 W , N W' V , X If 'V W QQQ 011, Q Q' QV Q5 'V LQQE Kd Ah, L, ,X X bw wzwif fd 1" In x Q ww ws ,f fs? 77, fd kj A 1571! ' " f Y f , . . : WX f W4 ' , f fl Cf . 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W WWWEWQWW WWWW W Next Session begins September 15th in the Academic Biblical, Law, Engineering and Pharmaceutical Depart- ments, on October 4th, in Medical Department, on Octo ber 5th, Dental Department. Fully Equipped Laboratories and Museums. For Catalogue, giving full particulars, address WILS WILLIAMS, Secretary II. BAILEY 61 TOBIN, 512 CHURCII S'1NREE'l', Fine Tailoring, ea! Reasonable Prices. We Carry a Select Line of UP-TO-DATE Woolens, and Make a Sp lty f V d b lt Trade .... wines, Liquors Joufhern and mm Zpurf Zherrv Street, ' .Ia IW... 60mPf"ZM JAMES TURNER. WVILLIAM TU ' TURNER BROTHERS, WHOLESALE - GROCERS, 169 AND 171 NORTH MARKET STREET. THE VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY Bppk E and D Supply E SIEpITJe9 W. C. WELBUIIN, Manager. ' All Books and Supplies Needed in the Co rs S ppl ed P omptly. PRICE OPEN TO COMPARISON V III HUNT PRODUCE COMPANY, Stall No. 80 Market House, Nashville, Tenn., DEALERS IN FYQSD HIIIIQY, Eggs, Poultrv. Sliced Bam, Etc. COUNTRY PRQDUCE. J. 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Z' V V HOLIDAY, BIRTHDAY, OR ANNIVERSARY GIFTS OF GENERAL ' USE FOR OLD AND YOUNG. Baihee sl Smith, Hgentsancl Publishers, liashhille, Ceim. W. C. COLLIER, President. POPE TAYLOR, Vice President. J. E. HART, Sec. and Treas. W. C. Collier I-llinnellll Cu., FINE IMPORTED AND,DQlVlESTlC ,GR 0 CERIES, Nos, 601 and 603 Church Street, NASHVILLE, TENN, -si-. V11. ARREN BRQTI-IERS. Jfirizkts' Waterzizfs. SUPPLIES for OIL and WATER COLOR PAINTING. PASTEL and MINIA- TURE PAINTING, CHARCOAL, CRAYON and LEAD PENCIL DRAWINGQ ILLUSTRATING, ORNANIENTING and DESIGNING: CHINA and POTTERY PAINTING. .3 Q9 V59 eg 3 H at .3 .29 Val WARREN BROTHERS. In the Land of Shoes. V THAT IS OUR HOME. We all Wear SHOES, and we can well afford to While J. S. HOPKINS R CO. are I in the SHOE BUSINESS. You can depend on always getting the Best, Newest and most' Upsto-date Shoes to be had from ' J. S. HOPKINS dr COMPANY, NASHVILLE, IENN. .OURTI-I - NATIONAL - BANK, NASHVILLE, TENN. ' l 1 I Cap1ta,l Paid 111, - - 51,000,000 I Surplus and Prof1ts, - . 5400,000. This Bank has larger combined Capital, Surplus and Proils than a. y other Nationa.lB4r1k ihe South Depositors offered every facility l ' 1 tl 'r responsibility warrant SAMUEL J. KEITH, President. J. H. FALL, Vice President. J. l'. H0 WELL, Cashier W. W. BERRY, Pnssmzmr JOHN M. LEA, Vlcz PRESIDENT. A. W. HARRIS, CASHIEH W. P. TANNEFI, Ass'T CAS!-HER. X ,f f' 'x Afalerilaain C Natiaaal O Euaalki, CAPITAL, S1,000,000. I I A x. .f f' 'x NASH VILLE, TEN NESSEE. VIII. DURING T1-JE SUMMER You will perhaps want to take up a course of reading of some . kind. we should be pleased to supply you with the books. Alill ltiogokis at PnnioiliisHnoirs9 Priooso Should you have completed your work in the university, and expect to engage in some kind of business or professional life, ' you will doubtless he in need of Some Kind oi Printed Stationery, we are prepared to do all kinds of commercial printing at lowest prices consistent with good work. we solicit correspondence. oitinnis. PLQQESIE, iiauisnnsiniinio iniousis, NASHVILLE, TENN. i THE ue SOUTI-I'S at GREATEST ae JEWELERS. ---WVLAY-NA Arv, l KR Headquarters for and Manufacturers of Vanderbilt E L Q RUniversity Gold Medals, Badges, Society and IE ' Class Pins, Buttons and Charms. 1' ' cg, G awww Our Stock oi , 'Of Special Designs Furnished If Eyerything in the .Z upon Application. Jewelry Line Cannot be Q9 61 Repairing a ' Surpassed in the South Q9 Specialty. 3 awash 2.116262 Styles the very latest- Quality the very best, 'bQ',2 " 2 While Prices are the lowest. lVlail Orders receive LQ lg Q prompt attention. vASQ55ivAvfNVllgviigi:lbNVvj 208 AND 210 UNION ST., NASHVILLE, TENN. IX. EDUCATION AND HYGIENE BUILDING X. CQIIIIQSSQQ Qllmlllidl dlld IlllQl'lldIiOlIdl EXl3OSlliOIl. , ASHVILLE, Cl-lAT'rANooo.A AND T. OUIS AILWAY. DON'T FORGET IT!-Bythis line you secure the Maximum of Speed, Safety, Comfort, Satisfaction, at the Minimum of Expense, Anxiety, Bother, Fatigue. If you are going North, South, East or West, be sure to take this line. fi fi Q . THROUGH SERVICE-Both via new Hollow Rock Route and the McKenzie Route be- tween Nashville and Memphis, making connection at Memphis with all lines to and from Arkansas, Texas and Southwest. 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