Mattie Lillian Garrett
west durham, n. c.
"Have your conviction and stand firm.**
Mattie is another one of those girls
who has held herself in such reserve that
we feel that we scarcely know her at
all. We have to regret that in her col-
lege life she did not mingle with us
more. We know, however, something of
her consistency, determination, and abili-
ty, by the grade of work which she has
turned out. Those who have had classes
with her could not fail to notice that
her work stood almost above criticism.
It is such girls as Mattie who keep the
old world mo\ing in the even tenor of
its way. Were it not for such persons,
living would be made miserable by the
strife, hub-bub, and confusion that is
already so widespread on the campus
and in the world today. And we wager
that Mattie has enjoyed her college
career as much or more than the aver-
age member of our class.
David Wellington Gaskill
new holland, n. c.
"Charms strike the sight,
But merit wins the soul."
"Red." as he is universally known on
the campus, has a very diplomatic sound-
ing name — David Wellington — but none
of us would guess it, for "Red" is "Red,"
and a very unique "Red" at that. He
holds the distinction of having spent six
years on the campus, for he is one of
the graduates whom "Sol" Aldridge had
the pleasure of delivering the "dip" to
in the old Park School days. "Red" is
not known so well as a shining light in
his scholastic duties, but his 71's seem
to fit in very well with his happy-go-
lucky, come-what-may philosophy of
"Red" has a bed in Bivens Hall, but
his leisure moments are spent in a very
famous section of Aycock. He is study-
ing several courses in "Education, but he
uses his experience as a teacher for a
liasis in his classroom work. His spirit
of loyalty and optimism, as he has
shown it here, will count for much when
"Red" leaves ua to begin his career.
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Al.TOX R ROOKS CiIKSON
1 T, T K A
LAUREL HILL, \. C.
Frfshman Triangular I >t'l>ati'; Wusli-
Inpton and l.'-e lU'l'ale ( 3» ; Inlcrsoclcty
Dehnto (2); Columbian Liti-rary Society.
Sorretary (St. Vl«i'-rresidHn( (4); Ar-
chlvH Staff (2. 3t: (.'hronirle Staff (2. .3);
Chanti«-l,-t'r Staff (3); Chronk-U' Board
". . . . In mr thrrr liivt'lls
A'o greatnrss, save it hv snmr far-off
Of grratntss to knoiv at(7/ / am rml
In Gibson we have the EdItor-ln-Chlef
of the ChanticleiT. ex-o(li«io — that is. he
used his head and pot out of that otti-
cial positlDn aft»'r his election last May;
and we ran't (luite forgive him for pass-
ing on thtt hurdt-n. A. B. is proud of
his native ht-ath. and Scotland < 'ounty
should be justly jiroud of her son. jin
erstwhile limerick fiend, psycho-anal y-
ist. and n\an of letters. He is the onl.\'
man in the class of '2fi who *-\\\\ stick
an A. B. on both ends of his njiiiic. Be-
hold, A. B. Gibson, A.B.
Archie Patterson* (Iibsox
laurixburg, n. c.
Columbian Literary Society.
"/ hfar, yet I say not mu; ('olumMan I. it-
era ry So