Bacone College - Warrior Yearbook (Muskogee, OK)

 - Class of 1914

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6 THE BACONE CHIEF VVilliam James, Musical Editor. '4Bill is a very thoughtful and competent student and is generally thought of around the old hill as the HBell Boy. Presi- dent of the Sequoyah Literary Society, third term. Pres- ident ofthe Y. M. C. A., Manager of track team, 1914. Jol1n Murphy, Athletic Editor. John is a full-blood Irishman and proud of it. Member of the football team and Cratorical Club. He is noted for his proficiency as a dairyman and is known as the Irish Crater. Ada Tiger, Humorous Editor. Miss Morford's pro- fcuqe and Scott Hall's most trusted inmate. President of Sacajawea Literary Society, second term. President of the Y. IV. C. A., second term. President of Junior Class. Lueile Hudson, Staff Artist. Secretary of Sacajawea Literary Society, second term. Historian of the Sopho- more Class. She loves to play the piano for the rah ! rah! leaders of the College. Paul P.: 4'Jane, do you think I would look better if I Would dye my mustache? Jane B.: Paul you just leave them alone and they'll die themselves. 7 77 Student: Roy, why don 't you take music lessons? Roy James: Because I can lt learn music. The notes look like a lot of blackbirds sitting on a barb Wire fence. Teacher fangrilyj : Young man, what do you mean by sitting' there doing' notlnng? Don 't you know better than to waste your time in that way? Horace Holland: I ain't wastin' my time. It was some of yours.

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Annnalianarh RALPH VVALKINGSTICK, Editor in Chief. 4 He is a very dignified Senior. Noted more for his sayings than for his doings. Secretary of Sequoyah Literary Soeiety, second term. Captain of traek team, 1914. One of the debators that met Cheeotah in the an- nual debate. An orator of high rank and a member of the Cratorieal Club. Paul Philpin, Business Manager. Paul is noted for his much talking and persuading. He is a member of the debating team. Vice-President of the Oratorieal Club. Secretary of the Y. M. C. A., and member of the track team, 1914. Gilbert Ferguson, better known as H Fergf' Assistant Business Manager. Hl'lQ1'g.Q'H is an athlete, and is noted for his unwillingness to study. He is manager of the base ball team and the worry over the laek of games has caused him to lose his hair. A member of the traek team, 1914. 'Vice-President of the Literary Seeiety, lirst term. Member of Oratorieal Club. William A. Robertson, Literary Editor. XYe eall him Guns for short. He was President of Literary So- eiety, second term. President of Cratorieal Club, mem- ber of base ball and traek teams, 1914. President of Senior Class. Guns is an ardent supporter of Social hour. .lane Bailey, Soeial Editor. .lane is a literary genius, her elioieest readin,g,'s are of fAug'ustnsj Caesar. Presi- dent of Saeajawea Literary Society, first term. Viee- President, second term. She is a member of the debating' team and Secretary of Senior Class. Simon Haneoelc, Religious Editor. Simon says he prefers the Pastor's eliair to that of the President of the United States. Member of the football and baseball teams, 1914. Member of the Cratorieal Club. Always plays second fiddle UU. G l A

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