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TRlHin iLlllI REGISTER



BAK E R. JON ES
HAUSAUER, INC.




BUFFALO
N . Y.



CHANTIOEE




DEDICATION

TO THE FATHERS AND MOTHEKS OF THE TKINITY STUDENTS.
THIS. THE SEVENTH VOLUME OF THE

CHANTICLEEK.

IS AFFECTIONATELY DEDICATED, WITH THE HOPE THAT WE
ARE NOT ENTIRELY UNWORTHY OF THEIK LOVE.



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Foreword



rT^E ASK BUT THAT
Vfy YOU REMEMBER AS
YOU TURN THE PAGES
OF THIS VOLUME OF THE
CHANTICLEER THAT
OUR HEARTS HAVE EVER
BEEN IN THE WORK OF
PREPARING THIS BOOK.
WE HAVE NOT STRIVEN
FOR LITERARY PERFEC-
TION; WE HAVE TRIED
ONLY TO GIVE YOU IN
POEMS LIGHT AND SAD,
SKETCHES MERRY AND
GRAVE, PICTURES REAL
AND FANCIFUL, A MEN-
TAL PANORAMA OF TRIN-
ITY. IT IS OUR HOPE
THAT SWEET MEMORIES
OF TRINITY, AS YOU
KNEW IT, MAY COME
INTO YOUR HEART AS
YOU READ.



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Song of the Sons

(/3y Plato T. Dlrham, 95)

er scarred and worn but unafraid.
Trinity, my Trinity,

1 rest me in thy quiet shade.
Trinity, my Trinity:

To count again Love's golden store.
To glean the morning fields once more,
To dream the fair sweet dreams of yore,
Trinity, my Trinity.



Thy grave and golden sunset bell.

Trinity, fair Trinity,
Has wrought again its olden spell,

Trinity, fair Trinity:
Mine eyes are veiled in mist of tears
As from the far beloved years
The splendid vision re-appears,^ [,

'Trinity, fair Trinity.



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Speak thou again the master-word.

Trinity, brave Trinity.
Regird me with thy master-sword.

Trinity, brave Trinity:
Where Truth's brave battle-splendors shine.
Look thou for all the sons of thine
Along her foremost battle-line.

Trinitv. brave Trinitv.



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1922




PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY THE SENIOR CLASS /«. .G.




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Chanticleer Staff



T. R. Waggoner
S. L. Lane .

K. W. LiTAKER

Blanche Barringer



Editor-in-Chief

Business Manager

Art Editor

Associate Editor



J. H. McCracken
C. B. HoucK
Henry Belk



Assistant Editors



Irene Price
P. H. Edwards
H. C. Sprinkle



R. W. Spencer
R. P. Harris



Assistant Art Editors



Elsie Scoggins
H. E. Sheetz



Assistant Business Managers



Leroy Dulin
O. A. Robinson



Coma Cole

E. M. Thompson



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MISS ALICE THOMAS, Chanticleer Sponsor



Acknowledgments



IT is just and fitting that the Chanticleer Staff make proper acknowledgment
of the aid and work of several students, who, although not members of the
Staff, have rendered valuable services in the publication of this volume of

the[CHANTICLEER.

We, therefore, take this occasion to extend to the following our appreciation:

Miss Miriam Cox
John H. Tyler
R. P. Fuller
Charles Hoover, Jr
G. E. Powell

The Publication Committe of the Faculty, composed of the following:
Dr. W. T. Laprade Dr. W. H. Wannamaker

Professor R. L. Flowers Dr. F. C. Brown

Professor C. L. Hornaday Mr. D. W. Newsom

T. R. Waggoner.
Editor-in-Chief



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BOOK 1
BOOK 2
BOOK 5
BOOK 4

BOOK 5
BOOK 6



THE COLLEGE
THE CLASSES
ACTIVITIES

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COLLEGE




BOOK ONE



Faculty



WILLI AM PRESTON FEW
President
A.B. Wofford: A.M., Ph.D., Harvard; LL.D., Wofford; Southwestern and Allegheny;

Chi Phi ; Phi Beta Kappa

WILL I. AM HOWELL PEGRAM

Emeritus Professor of Chemistry

A.B.. A.M., LL.D., Trinity; Chi Phi; Phi Beta Kappa

ROBERT LEE FLOWERS
Professor of Mathematics and Secretary to the Corporation of Trinity College
Graduate U. S. Naval Academy; A.M., Trinity; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Beta Kappa

WILLIAM IVEY CRANFORD
Professor of Philosophy
A.B.. Trinity; Ph.D., Yale; qoiq; Phi Beta Kappa

CHARLES WILLIAM EDWARDS

Professor of Physics
A.B., Trinity; A.M., Tulane; M.S., New York University; Columbia, iSqb-qS; qoiq;

Phi Beta Kappa

WILLIAM HENRY GLASSON

Professor of Political Economy and Social Science

Ph.B., Cornell; University of Pennsylvania i8q7-q8; Ph. D., Columbia; Author "Federal Military

Pensions in the United States"'; Sigma Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa

ALBERT MICAJAH WEBB

Professor of Romance Languages

A.B., A.M., Yale; Sorbonne (Paris) and Madrid, iqo7-o8; Sigma Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa

WILLIAM KENNETH BOYD
Professor of History
A.B., A.M., Trinity; Ph.D., Columbia; qoiq; Phi Beta Kappa (on leave of absence, University

of Pennsylvania iqii-zi)

SAMUEL FOX MORDECAI

Dean of Law School and Professor of Law

University of Virginia; LL.D., Trinity; Zeta Psi

CHARLES BLACKWELL MARKHAM

Assistant Treasurer of the College and Professor of Mathematics

A.B., A.M., Trinity; Columbia. iqo7-o8; qoiq

FRANK CLYDE BROWN

Professor of English

A.B., University of Nashville; A.M.. Ph.D., University of Chicago; Sigma Upsilon, Phi Beta

Kappa; Phi Delta Theta

ARTHUR MATTHEWS GATES

Assistant Professor of Latin

A B , A. M., Wesleyan University; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University; Phi Beta Kappa

WILLIAM THOMAS LAPRADE

Professor of I listory

A.B., Washington Christian College; Ph D , Johns Hopkins University; Sigma Upsilon; Phi

Beta Kappa

ROBERT NOR TH WILSON

Professor of Chemistry

A.B., Haverford; MS, University of Florida; Harvard, iqo5-ob; Phi Beta Kappa

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CHARLES WILLI AM PEPPLER
Professor of Greek
A.B., Ph.D., Johns Hopkins L'niversity; University of Berlin, iqo2; Author "Comic Termina-
tions in Aristophanes, and the Comic Fragments"; Phi Beta Kappa

WILLIAM HOLLAND HALL
Professor of Engineering
A.B., A.M., Trinity; qoiq; Tombs; Kappa Alpha

CLIFFORD LEE HORNADAY

Assistant Professor of German
A.B., A.M., Trinity; Managing Editor Alumni Register , qoiq; Phi Beta Kappa

BERT CUNNINGHAM
Professor oj Biology
B.S., M.S., Illinois Wesleyan; A.M., Trinity; Ph.D., Wisconsin; Phi Gamma Delta; qoiq;

Phi Sigma ; Sigma Xi

FREDERICK A. G. COWPER

Professor of Romance Languages

A.B., A.M., Trinity College (Conn.); University of Strassburg, Germany; University of Geneva;

Switzerland; McGill University; University of Chicago; Ph.D., Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa

Epsilon

HERSEY EVERETT SPENCE

Professor of Biblical Literature

A.B., A.M., Trinity; Tombs; qoiq; Phi Beta Kappa;

NEWMAN IVEY WHITE

Professor of English

A.B., A.M., Trinity; A.M., Ph.D., Harvard; qoiq; Sigma Upsilon; Phi Kappa Phi

PAUL MAGNUS GROSS
Professor of Chemistry
William Howell Pegram Professor of Chemistry
B.S., College of the City of New York; A.M., Columbia; Ph.D., Columbia; Phi Lambda Upsilon

JAMES CANNON, III
Professor of Biblical Literature
A.B., Trinity; A.M., Princeton; Princeton Theological Seminary; qoiq; New College, Edinburgh;
Tau Kappa Alpha; Sigma Upsilon; Tombs; Sigma Chi

ELIZABETH FRONDE KENNEDY
Dean of Women
A.B., A.M., Presbyterian College of South Carolina; A.M., Columbia

RANDOLPH GREENFIELD ADAMS
Assistant Professor of History
A.B., Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania; University of Pennsylvania Law School; University of
Chicago; Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Sigma Rho

KARL BACHMAN PATTERSON

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

A.B., Roanoke College; A.M., Princeton; Johns Hopkins University; University of Pennsylvania;



PhiP



WILLIAM JOSEPH HENRY COTTON

Professor of Economics and Business Administration

A.B., A.M., Temple University; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania ; Phi Delta Kappa

MANUEL LEON LOPEZ

Assistant Professor of Romance Languages

A.B., Ohio Wesleyan; A.M., University of Illinois; American Association of Teachers of Spanish;

Cosmopolitan Club

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HUGO LEANDER BLOMQUIST

Assistant Professor of Biology

B.S.. University of Chicago; Fellowship in Botany; Pasteur Institute (Paris); Si Xi

ALLAN H. GILBERT

Assistant Professor oj English

A.B.. Ph.D.. Cornell University; A.M., Yale; Instructor in English, Cornell. Rice Institute;

Professor of English, University of Tennessee, Rutgers College; Phi Beta

Kappa; Sigma Upsilon

HOLLAND HOLTON

Professor of Education
A.B., Trinity; Trinity College Law School; Instructor in Debating, TrinitN ; Instructor in Eco-
nomics, Trinity; Assistant Superintendent and Superintendent Durham County Schools;
University of Chicago; qoiq; Tau Kappa .Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa

ISAAC SAMUEL HARRELL

Instructor in History

A.B., A.M., Trinity; University of Pennsylvania ; Tombs; Sigma L'psilon

GEOGE WASHINGTON VAUGHAN

Assistant Professor of Physics

E.E., Columbia; Theta Delta Chi; Electrical Supervisor, New York Central Railroad

MARSTON LOVELL HAMLIN
Industrial Research Fellow
A. B., Amherst; M. A., Ph.D., Columbia; University of Strassburg; Harriman Research Labora-
tory, New York; Chief Chemist, Butterwortli-Judson Corp., Newark, New Jersey;
Chief Chemist, Sugela Co., New Jersey; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Xi
Phi Lambda L'psilon

GEORGE HOWARD SATTERFIELD

Liggett and Myers Research Fellow in Chemistry

A.B., A.M., Trinity

JOSEPH HINTON RUFF

Professor of Law

A.B., Trinity; Tombs; Red Friars; Croix de Guerre; Alpha Tau Omega

WILBUR WADE CARD

Director of Angier Duke Gymnasium
A.B., Trinity; Harvard, iqoo-oi ;. Graduate Sargent Normal School of Physical

Education

JAMES J. B.^LDWIN

Director of Physical Training

Dartmouth; Rhode Island State; Harvard Summer School, Physical Education; Head Coach,

R. 1. State; University of Maine

HERMAN G. STEINER

Assistant Director of Physical Training

Syracuse University; Springfield College; Normal College of Physical Education

BASCOM WEAVER BERNARD
Graduate Manager of Athletics
A. B, A.M., Trinity; A.M., Princeton; Fellow in Economics iqi 5-1 b; qoiq; Tau Kappa Alpha;

Sigma Lfpsilon; Tombs

DALLAS WALTON NEWSON

Treasurer of the College

A. B., Trinity; qoiq; Sigma Upsilon; Kappa Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa

JOSEPH PENN BREEDLOVE

Librarian

A.B., A.M., Trinity; qoiq; Phi Beta Kappa; Kappa Alpha

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BOOK TWO




GRADUATES




Graduate Students

Wayne Burch
Roxboro, N. C.

Instructor in Physics; A. B.. Trinity, iqio; Beta Pi.



Doctor Thomas Ferrell
Durham, N. C.

A. B., Trinity, 1Q21 ; A. E. F. Student Detachment
to Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland; Highest Honors
in Education; qoiq; Instructor Trinity Park School.



George Dewey Harmon
Moncure, N. C.

A. B., Trinity, iqzi; Tombs; Tau Kappa Alpha;
Debater's "T'";qoiq: Chi Tau.



Ethel Marsh Murray
Durham, N. C.

A. B., Trinity, iqiq; Eko-L.



Nancy Isabelle Maxwell
Hazel wood, N. C.

A. B.. Trinity, iqio; Delta Phi Rho Alpha; Eko-L;
Phi Beta Kappa.



NuMA Francis Wilkerson
Kenly, N. C.

A. B., Trinity, iqii , Instructor in Biology; Chi lau



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Senior Law

Samuel Theodore Carson, Jr.
Bethel, N. C.

A. B., Trinity, iqio; Tombs; Sigma Chi.



Glen Tyre McArthur
Durham, N. C.

A. B., Trinity, iqio; Tombs.



John Lowe Murray
Durham, N. C.

.A. B., Trinity, iqi8; A. M., Trinity, iqzi; Instruc-
tor Trinity Park School.



Gilbert Egerton Pow ell
Durham, N. C.

.•\. B., Trinity, iqiq; T. N. E.; Tombs; Red Friars;
Pi Kappa Phi.



John Humphrey Small, Jr.

Washington, N. C.

A. B., Trinity, iqii; Tau Kappa Alpha; Tombs;
Sigma Upsilon; Kappa .Alpha.



Lathan Aldon Wilson
Mt. Olive. N. C.



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First Year Law

Oscar G. Barker
William A. Dennis
Fred Folger
DeVere C. Lentz
James E. Lyon, Jr.
J. L. Murray
George D. Presson
Oscar L. Richardson
Richard E. Thigpen
Norman M. West



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Senior Class Officers



T. C. KlRKMAN

C. B. HoucK
Coma Cole .
J. H. McCracken
J. M. Barrett



President

Vice-President

Secretary

Treasurer

Representative on Athletic Council



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BENJAMIN OTIS AIKEN
Durham. N. C.

Hesperian Literary Society (3, 4); Historical So-
ciety; Folklore Society ; Y. M. C. A. ; Class Foot-
ball (2. 3); Class Basketball (3, 4), Captain (4);
Class Track (3); Varsity Basketball Squad (4).

"Spunk is neither little or loud, nor yet good looking,
but he is one of those good old easy-going boys
who get there just the same. To prove that he gets
there, witness his arrival at the "Merchant of
Venice" with a fair co-ed by his side. Witness
further that without the slightest trace of politics
he was elected Captain of the Senior Basketball
team, an achievement long to be remembered in
the Class of "22.

"And, certainly, he was a good felawe."



ELIZABETH HOLD ANDERSON, A A II

Haw River, N. C.

Peace Institute.

Elizabeth is one of those rare gems that conde-
scended to waste its brilliance upon us but for two
years. Still it is those who are choice with their
gifts who are the most appreciated, and so we are
indeed grateful for those two years. And consider
how unselfish we are to say that, for does she not
entice many males with her good looks, attractive
manners, and heavenlv voice.




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CLIFTON PITMAN ASHLEY, X T

LOUISBURG, N. C.

Chemistry Club (3, 4); Ex-Service Men's Club (3);
Biology Club (3, 4); Scrub Faculty (3, 4); As-
sistant in Chemistry (3, 4); Secretary-Treasurer
Chemistry Club; Hesperian Literary Society;
Class Basketball (4) ; Y. M. C. A.

Ashley might have been a heartbreaker at the
"'shack ", but that would be too cruel to the ladies.
He is not so considerate of profs, however, and kills
them indiscriminately. He is not one who hops
"crips ", either. Although C. P. belonged to the
aviation corps for eighteen months, he seldom flies
off the handle, A man without an enemy, he is at
the same time the kind of a fellow whom any man
would be proud to call a friend.

"Not a work spak he more than was nede."



CAROLYN AVERA. A A n

Smithfield, N. C.

Y. W. C. A.; Brooks Literary Society; Delta Phi
Rho Alpha.

Carolyn refuses to allow her nicknames to be pub-
lished, and so we are denied that easiest of ways to
describe her. She is a charter member of the "hard-
boiled club " with a most amazing capacity for
smelling vainly concealed eats, especially chicken
bones. She is athletic to the core, but finds her-
self too much occupied elsewhere to spend much
time in that type of manly pursuits. The Carolyn
of today has almost convinced us that she is one of
settled affections.



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THOMAS ALLEN BANKS, 2 * E
Garner, N. C.

Manager of Baseball (4) ; Business Manager of
Archive: Hesperian Literary Society; Secretary
Tombs; Theta Nu Epsilon; Red Friars.

"Tommy' is a man of many cares of these days,
"Twas not so in the bygone years, but with the
Archive and baseball team to manage, even the ver-
satile "Gentleman from Garner", as he has been
affectionatley referred to in Hesperia, has no time
to agitate the proper celebration of Armistice Day
and the like.

"Fill wil hiloved and famulier ivas he."



JOHN MILTON BARRETT

Raleigh, N. C.

Trinity Park School; Hesperia Literary Sciety;
Marshal (3), Secretary (4); Y. M. C. A.; Biolog-
ical Club; Chemistry Club; Trinity Park School
Club; "T" Club; Class Football (2, 3); Varsity
Football (4); Class Baseball {3, 4); Varsity Bas-
ketball (1, 2) Varsity Track (2, 3); Athletic
Council (4); Theta Nu Epsilon; Tombs; Red
Friars.

Old "M. Bat" is a man among a milliqn. Trinity
has never had a more staunch and dependable sup-
porter. Although a member of the pick of college
organizations, he was bigger than any party, club,
or society, and is a worthy example of what a
Trinity man should be.

"Bold of his speech, and wys. and ivel y-laught.
And of manhood him lakked right naught."




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EMMA BLANCHE BARRINGER, KA; * B K

Norwood, N. C

Associate Editor Chanticleer; Assistant Business
Manager Archive. Student Government President
(4), Treasurer (3). Council (2); President Brooks
Literary Society; Athena Literary Society Sec-
retary (2). Critic (3); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet "(2, 3);
L'ndergraduate Representative (4); Class Vice-
President (i ), Class Secretary (3); Freshman and
Sophomore Honors; Pan-HeJlenic Council (3. 4);
Secretary Folklore Society (2, 3. 4); President
Parthenon Club (3); Student Volunteer Band
Secretary (3); Dramatic Club; French Club;
Eko-L; Delta Phi Rho Alpha.

Was there ever a girl in all the history of Trinity
College who so ably shouldered the responsibilities
of a really worthwhile college life, achieving the
highest material honors, while at the same time
winning for herself, by her friendly helpfulness to
others, the greatest of all honors — the love and
admiration of her fellow-students.

' "A perfect ivonian , nobly planned.
To warn, to comfort, and command."



HORACE VERNON BEAMON
Savage, N. C.

Columbian Literary Society; Commencement Mar-
shal (i); Folklore Society; Sandfiddlers' Club;
Biology Club; Chemistry Club, R O. T. C.
(1,2); Delegate Blue Ridge; Assistant Instructor in
Biology; Y. M. C. A.

No one knows why Beamoncame to Trinity, unless
Bruin chased him out of the dismal swamp up this
way. Nevertheless, he arri\cd in time to join the
S. .A. T. C. The Biology Department couldn't do
without him. It is noticed that Beamon dresses up
considerably when he goes on his Biology i . No one
knows the reason whv. do you?



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EDNA ELIZABETH BEASLEY

LOUISBURG, N. C.

LouisburgCollege ;Brooks Literary Society, President
(4) ; Folklore Society.

Beauty, grace and friendliness constitute the irresis-
tible charm of Edna. She is ever faithful to her
friends and her work, the latter being evidenced by
the fact that she elected in her Senior year, English
5, 10 and 6-13. Edna is always very punctual in the
performance of her duties, but to every rule there is
an exception. Note: She chose to miss the thrill as
well as the lectures of the first few days at Blue
Ridge in order to attend the commencement recep-
tion last year — a corsage can often make a woman
change her mind.

"The power of gentleness is irresistible."



ANNIE LOUISE BERRY
Durham, N. C.

LXirham High School Club ; Athena Literary Society
Critic (3), Censor (2); Chairman Debating Club
(2); Reporter for Chronicle (3); Brooks Literary
Society Treasurer (4) ; Chairman Program Com-
mittee (4); Y. W. C. A.; Glee Club.

Who doesn't know from afar the contented hum of
"Cupid's coupe? " Is it a significant fact that Louise
is always driving? Careful, now! No insinuations!
For Louise is a perfectly nice girl. She studies her
lessons, collects money for Brooks Literary Society,
and smiles sweetly at everybody. And as a member
of the Senior Class — why, she is about the most
important of all, for is she not the "power behind
the throne? '




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LYDA JOSEPHINE BISHOP
Durham, N. C.

Athena Literary Society Chaplain (3), Marshal (4),
President (4); Durham High School Club; Glee
Club; Y. W. C. A.; Current Events Club; Ath-
letic Association.

Lyda did not live in the dormitory until her Senior
year, but even so we long suspected her good qual-
ities that become the more striking as we know her
better. She has piled up honors from year to year
until she has reached the important post of President
of .Athena — a good example of virtue rewarded.



WILLIAM STRUDWICK BORLAND, Jr.
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Durham, N. C.

Durham High School; Class Basketball (1.2,3,4);
Class Track (2,3); Captain Junior Track (3);
Class Baseball (1.2,3) ; Assistant Manager Basket-
ball (1,2,3), Manager Basketball (4); Theta Nu
Epsilon; Beta Omega Sigma; Tombs.

"Billie" the versatile. He has been exposed to educa-
tion, seduced to basketball managership, and addic-
ted to amorous cogitations. His well crushed hat
hides a "permanent wave" for which the ladies fall.
Since Durham is about midway between California
and Florida. "Billie" stops here occasionally.



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WALTER LINWOOD BRADSHER
Hurdle Mills, N. C.

Bushy Fork High School.

College life has been entirely too soft for Bradsher,
Too busy enjoying himself to take time to worry
about anything, he has come to the end of four
delightful years at our pleasant winter resort and
now stares out into the cold, hard world. We predict
that W, L. will find a cozy corner and an easy chair,
if such is to be found, however.

"What, shoulde he studie, and mak him-selven woodl"



EDMUND McAULEY BRUTON, B n

Mt. GiLEAD, N. C.

Mt. Gilead High School; Hesperia Literary Society;
Class Baseball (2); Class Football (3); Historical
Society; Folklore Society.

There were at one time two "Tubby s' at Trinity,
but Dr. Boyd is away, and Bruton is putting forth
every effort to make good his claim to the coveted
"dip" that will end his career on the park. Tubby is
a loyal supporter of Trinity College and all her
institutions, especially the "dope shop." It is
rumored that he has the Bull by the tail, as it were,
in English.

"A lord Jul fat and in good point was he."




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WILLIAM JAMES BUNDY. IT K «i>; 2 T
Farmville, N. C.

Hesperian Literary Society; Commencement Mar-
shal (i), Marshal (2); Chairman Executive Com-
mittee (3); Secretary (3), Debate Council (4),
Vice-President (4), President (4), Critic (4); Class
Vice-President (3); Public Lectures Committee
(4) ; Greater Trinity Club Vice-President (4) ;
Historical Society; Folklore Society Vice-President
(4); Y. M. C. A. Membership Committee; Pitt
County Club President (3); Sandfiddlers' Club.
President (3); Pan-Hellenic Council (4); Assist-
ant Cheer Leader (3); Chief Rooter (4); Assist-
ant Business Manager Archive (3); Editor Way-
side Wares {4); Assistant Librarian (3,4); Assist-
ant in English (4); Theta Nu Epsilon; Tombs^

Dick is a prince among fellows. He swears by Farm-
ville, but Farmville sweats and swears because of
him. That his influence has been felt is evidenced by
his long list of achievements. This is a bad picture
of Dick, but he boards at Alspaugh, and possibly
this explains it. Possibly this also explains how he
came to be called the "Champion Weenie Eater of
the World." It will help your indigestion to watch
him. Boy! he hides 'em. But he'd leave a weenie
shop to "harangue the ignorant multitude. "



JUANITA CAMERON, A ^ II
Raeford, N. C.

Y. W. C. A.; Athena Literary Society.

Juanita is a good old girl — good friend, good student,
and good looking. It is our private opinion that she
should have been in the beauty section. Her
room-mate testifies that she sleeps exceedingly
much and well. View that fact as you will — cause
or result^ Of what? Well, perhaps you can guess.
Scientifically, Juanita is a perfect example of energy;
potential rather than kinetic.



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MARTIN REED CHAMBERS. X r

McCoNNELL, TeNN.

Classical Club Secretary (4); Ministerial Band;
Hesperian Literary Society; Freshman Debater's
Medal (i). Chaplain (2); Intersociety Debate (3);
Chairman Executive Committee (4). Vice-Presi-
dent (4); Undergraduate Instructor in Latin (4);
Literary Editor Archive (4) ; Vice-President Tenn-
essee Club (4); Cosmopolitan Club; Y. M. C. A.

Martin is a recently-resigned high official of the
Moustache Growers' Association of Trinity College,
and hails from Tennessee. He is furthermore noted
for his poetry and also for the great nerve required
to take two Greek courses at one time under "Cupid "
Peppier, to say nothing of instructing a class in
Vergil. In addition to all these arduous labors,
Martin is a preacher of experience and holds down
a regular appointment at present. A bishop in the
making is Chambers.



MABEL CHERRY

LiLESVILLE, N. C.

Y.W.C.A. ; Athena Literary Society; Current Events
Club; Student Volunteer Band.

In Mabel we find those qualities that are most
sought after and so seemingly unattainable. She
is one of the few girls who has been with us only one
year, and yet at the same time has won such a
place in our hearts. She never forgets a kind word or
fails to do the loving deed; she walks the way of
friendly hearts.

"For there's no Jewel in the world so valuable and chaste
as a virtuous woman. "




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ROSAMOND CLARK
Statesville, N. C.

Eko-L; Y. \V. C. A.; Athena Literary Society; Phys-
ics Club; Folklore Society; Dramatic Club; Asso-
ciate Editor Chronicle.

Shall we look into the future, and shall we still
believe that the pen is mightier than the sword?
And shall we not truly believe that it is possible to
relieve the existing conditions of a world like this
by molding the public opinion of its magazine and
newspaper readers with the stroke of a master pen
guided by the heart of a woman like Rosamond?

"The secret of success is constancy through purpose "



LADY COMA COLE. * B K


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