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this session. With a larger class next year we hope to make it still more
profitable.

We are especially interested in Oil Portraiture and Illustrative Drawing.
Below we give the portrait of one of our pupils drawn by herself from the mirror.
The same young lady has assisted in the illustration of this volume.

Our terms are SS0.00 per session of ten months, payable quarterly in advance.

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Elocution and Physical Culture.



'HE aim of this department is to so develop the powers of mind and body as to render the pupil
capable of interpreting- and expressing- the best thoughts of the lang-uag-e in a pleasing and natural
manner. The study of elocution better prepares . one to meet successfully the demands of any
walk of life.



SYNOPSIS OF WORK.



I. Voice Culture.
Exercises in Breathing- — ease in intonation, training for purity, mellowness, volume and power.

II. Vocal Expression.
Articulation and Phonetics — pitch, force, quality and stress; Development of Conversational Directness;
Readings and Recitations.

III. Gesture.
Delsarte Physical Culture — development of ease and grace; Exercises in Poise Walking — correct
positions in standing", sitting, and general carriage.



PHYSICAL CULTURE CLASS.

Miss Ella Mai Starett Memphis, Term Miss Julia Bbin Brownwood, Texas

Miss Stella Wilson Eussellville, Ark Miss Charline Wilson Crider, Kentucky

Miss Maggie Brewer Dallas, Texas Miss Charlie Cusenbarv Coleman, Texas

Miss Loudie Boykin Kavif man, Texas Miss Em Christopher Prescott, Ark

Miss Frankie Miller Athens, Texas Miss Ella Walker Savannah, Tenn

Miss Lulu Hall Maxwell, Iowa




PHYSICAL CULTURE CLASS.




m



A. G. REICHERT,
Director Music Department, C. U. Ac



Graduates of Music Department, C. V. Annex.





MISS HATTIE DILLON, M.B..
Graduate in Piano Course, '95.



MISS MATTIE CANTRELL, MB..
Graduate in Piano Course, '95.



Heurethelian Society.



Officers for '94-95.




Presidents:

R. T. Russell, G. H. Hogan,
R. L. Biddle, J. A. Sigler.

Vice Presidents:

D. M. Ogden, M. W. Robison,
J. A. Sigler, W. W. Martin.

Secretaries:

W. F. Padgett, W. J. Bruce,

A. W. Henderson, R. E. Herring.

Critics :

J. E. Hail, J. F. Smith,
C. Kilbourn.

Treasurers:

R. H. Claggett, W. V. McAdoo,
W. W. Martin, J. S. Waterhouse.

Censores Morum:

R. E. Chandler, J. A. Sigler,
R. T. Russell, J. W. McDonald.



Historian:

W. L. Darby.



History of the Heurethelian Literary Society.



+*r N 1844 the Heurethelian Society was organized, and from then until the present time it has been one
■ i ' of the most active organizations of the University.

Before the war the Society collected a library of over five hundred volumes, which has since, how-
ever, been donated to the University. After the war it, for a time, appointed a spiritual adviser for every
meeting of the Amasagassean Society, after which the Amasagassean died.

For two decades the Society published a magazine, The Student, which was finally discontinued on
account of the great expense necessary for its maintenance.

To-day its members are scattered over the face of the earth. From Japan to Germany, and from Can-
ada to Mexico, they are to be found, and in places from which they cannot get away. While on the Bench,
in the Senate, in the Lower House of Congress, in the most prominent pulpits of our land, and as Editors,
College Presidents and Professors, they have and are crowning- their Society with honor.



PROGRAM OF PUBLIC MEETING.



Caruthers Hall, February 22, 1895.



George Washing-ton G. H. Hogan

Toast ...J. W. McDonald

Journal John E. Hail

Music Glee Club

Cats and Other Fruits T. M. Owsley



Oration, "TheUnc
Medley



The New England Debatii
Autobiography



. . .J. Prank Smith

W. L. Darby

Glee Club

.. .R. H. Claggett
.A. W. Henderson



Roll of Members for 1894=95.



R. L. BlDDLE,

W. J. Bruce,

R. E. Chandler,
R. H. Claggett,
W. L. Darby,
Sam Davis,

John E. Hail,

A. W. Henderson,
R. E. Herring,
G. H. Hogan,

R. L. Keathley,

C. KlLBOURN,

W. A. Laird,

E. B. Landis,

"W. D. Landis,

W. W. Martin,

W. V. McAdoo,



J. W. McDonald,
W. B. Miller,
J. T. Molloy,

J. O. Needham,
J. B. Oakley.

D. M. Ogden,
J. A. Okk,

T. M. Owsley,

W. F. Padgett,
W. H. Parnell,
M. W. Robison,
R. T. Russell,

J. A. SlGLER,

J. Frank Smith,

D. M. Vineyard,

J. S. Waterhouse,
W. H. Weedin.




HEURETHELIAN SOCIETY.



Honorary Members.



The Sans Souci Circle. ' '



Mrs. Sam Anderson.
Mrs. Jessie Anderson.
Mrs. E. E. Adams.
Miss Emma Blanton.
Miss Hattie Blanton.
Mrs. D. L. Brown.
Miss Marie Brown.
Mrs. Mat. Cowan. -

Miss Gertrude Caldwell.
Miss Maggie Claywell.
Miss Estelle Carter.
Miss Myrtle Comer.
Miss Hattie Dillon.
Miss Sarah Dodson.
Miss Sue Donnell.
Miss Adele Enloe.
Miss Fantine Enloe.
Miss Sallie Fakes.
Miss Daisy Fakes.

Miss Gertrude Fakes.
Miss Mag-g-ie Fite.
Miss Etta Fonville.
Mrs. Dr. Huffman.
Miss Austelle Hearn.



Mrs. Nellie Hamilton.
Miss Anna Haves.
Miss Mary Jenkins.
Mrs. James Jetton.

Mrs. Lee Kirkpatrick.
Mrs. R. L. Lillard.
Miss Anna Lumpkin.
Miss Bashie Lindslev.
Miss Nellie Lester.
Miss Lizzie Mace.
Miss Mary Martin.
Miss Minnie McClain.
Miss Eudora McGregnr.
Miss Porta McFarland.

Miss Mary Kate McDaniel.
Mrs. N. G. Robertson.
Miss Ivillie Rankin.
Mrs. T. C. Stratton.
Miss Mattie Stratton.

Mrs. Lillard Thompson.
Miss Lelia Williamson.

Miss Martha Williamson.
Miss Lillie Wallace.
Miss Lizzie Wallace.



OFFICERS:



Miss Lelia Williamson, President.
Miss Austelle Hearn, Sec. and Treas.



Mes. Jessie Anderson, Vice Pres't.
Miss Minnie McClain, Reporter.




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/Jte'HE PHILOMATHEAN LITERARY SOCIETY was incorporated January 31, 184S. The charter
L L members were Geo. W. Cook, Benjamin Deckard. C. C. Abernathy, W. A. Caruthers, D. M. Donnell,
John W. Stewart, W. M. Reed, Robt. Green, E. L. Golladay, D. G. Dismukes, and W. M. Lillard.
Organized for the purpose of mutual improvement in the arts and sciences.

The charter powers are full and explicit, licensing- the society the exercise of all privileges belonging to
corporate bodies for the purpose of promoting useful knowledge.

The membership of the society is confined exclusively to the students of the law department in good
standing.

The programme is complete in all its appointments. It consists of an essay, an oration, general debate
and impromptu debate.

The literar)' features are quite extensive, embracing questions political, social, economical, financial,
philanthropical, philotechnical, metaphysical and scientific.



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PHILOMATHEAN SOCIETY.



"Roll 1894*95.



T. H. WALKER, President . .Mound City, 111.

T. F. RIDGE, Vice President Ktioxville, Tenn.

A. B. PRIDDY, Recording Secretary Magazine, Ark.

H. C. LANE, Asst. Recording Secretary San Antonio, Texas.

JOSH BARTON, Corresponding Secretary Readyville, Tenn.

C. R. COGSWELL. Treasurer ... . .Hot Springs. Ark.
EUGENE PALMER, Critic . . . Pelahatchie, Miss.
J. R. HAYNES, Marshal, (Ex- Vice) Buffalo Gap. Texas.



A. B. Anderson Nashville, Tenn.

B. M. Bains Rome, Tenn.

J. T. Baskerville Mitchellville, Tenn.

T. F. Baynes Lebanon, Tenn.

L. L. Bowman Bowman, Miss.

J. M. Burns Burnsville, Ala.

F. M. Carter Flatwoods, Tenn.

G. F. Chapline Memphis, Tenn.

S. W. Daniel Britt's Landing, Tenn.

P. W. Dent Sharon, Tenn.

Oscar Dickens Spring-field, Mo.

C. B. Ewing, Ex-Vice Clarksville, Tenn.

Francis Fentress Memphis, Tenn.

J. B. Guinn Alto, Texas.

O. M. Grisham Nashville, Tenn.

J. W. Hatley Prescott, Ark.

M. P. Houser Red Boiling Sps., Tenn.

C. E. Hunt Trenton, Tenn.

B. F. James Waxahatchie, Texas.

E. F. Jared Rome, Tenn.



J. R. Jetton Readyville, Tenn.

J. G. Jones Flatwoods, Tenn.

W. A. Knight, Ex-Pres. Red Boiling Sps., Tenn.

E. P. Landers Nashville, Tenn.

M. G. Lyle Clarksville, Tenn.

H. D. McLaury New Orleans. La.

W. K. Postox, Ex- Vice. . Memphis, Tenn.

L. G. Prater Denison, Texas.

E. H. Read . . . .Russellville, Ky.

Frank Riyes, Ex-Pres. . Hopkinsville, Ky.

R. M. Roberson Pikeville, Tenn.

H. H. Rodgers Noxubatu, Miss.

Lawrence Russell Russellville, Ark.

J. M. Sanders Center, Texas.

D. R. Smalling Watauga, Tenn.

H. A. Schonwetter . Holden, Mo.

W. P. Stribling Tupelo, Miss.

S. J. White Jackson, Tenn.

L. B. Wiseman Lavernia, Texas.

W. C. Wyatt Newbern, Tenn.



Caruthers Society.



.^ARUTHERS LITERARY SOCIETY was organized in 1890. It goes forth under the motto Esse
^^ quam videri malim, and takes for its aim and purpose the development of the practical along with
the unfolding of the imagination and enthusiasm of the youth. As the practical was the secret of
the success of the Romans as a conquering nation, and as a high development of the imagination and en-
thusiasm was the stamp of the literary eminence of Greece, so by a happy combination of the three, we
strive to attain those elements of perfection so characteristic of the present age.

Caruthers Society was the child of necessity and not the result of an evolution. It sprang, Minerva-
like, full armed from the brain of its originators, and it moves forward with a sure and steady tread, serving
to bless many of the noble students of Cumberland University. It has the mark of immortality upon it and
shall not be less enduring than the memory of him for whom it was named — Hon. Robert Abraham Caruth-
ers. In its onward and victorious march it bids you welcome.

No persuasion of man ought override

Your conviction to join the student tide,

Which advances with the manly purpose bent

On the true principles of development.

Not written these in pages of a book,

Nor were the}' framed to-day, nor yesterday;

We know not whence they are; but this we know,

That they from all eternity have been,

And shall to all eternity endure.




CARUTHERS SOCIETY.



OFFICERS.



B. Wrenn Webb .

C. L. Dickey
J. M. Webb
R. W. Smaktt

J. H. Burkess. . .
W. T. Swaim
E. Rudolph
W. S. Kenxard



President.

Vice President.

Secretary.

Critic.

Treasurer.

Chaplain.

. Censor.

Parliamentarian.



MEMBERS.



F. P. Arterbum.
J. T. Blair.

Thos. Buchanan.
R. H. Brown.

J. L. Coving-ton.
T. W. Davidson.
E. W. Graves.
X. F. Grafton.
Carl Gilliland.
J. E. Horton.

R. L. Kimbrou.yh.
J. H. King-.
L. Layman.



J. L. Lewis.

Thomas McCorry.
H. J. McVicker.
H. H. McGill.

O. F. Matthews.
R. L. Pinkerton.
James Ravburn.
L. A. Streight.
H. L. Walker.
R. G. White.



R. F. White.

J. C. Williams.



IN MEMORY



AMASAGASSEAN SOCIETY,



ORGANIZED 1848.



Whose untimely death we chronicle with sincere regret. After

many years of great usefulness its light has

;>one out to shine no more.



I, El" NO HAND DISTURB ITS PEACEFUL SLUMBERS.



Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Established 1856===University of Alabama.

Colors— Purple and Old Gold. Flower— Violet.

ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS.

PROVINCE ALPHA.



Massachusetts Gamma, Harvard Un



New York Alpha, Cornell University ...

New York Mil, Columbia University

New York Sii_'ma Phi. St. Stephens Collegt
Pennsylvania Omega, Alleghany College



Virginia Pi (Sub Rosa;

Virginia Sigma. Washington and Lee 1
North Carolina Chi. University of N. C.
North Carolina Theta. Davidso "



? Zeta, So

• Lambda. Cumberland Uni

■ Nu, Vanderbilt Uuivorsip



s Alpha Upsi


Ion, UniversiC


to, Universit


t- of Texas . .


Chi. Univers


itv of Coloradi



PROVINCE BETA.

...Ithaca, N. Y Pennsvlvai

lew York, N. Y Pennsvlvai

nnaiidale, N. Y Pennsvlvai

Meadville, Pa Pennsvlvai

PROVINCE GAMMA.



rd College Spartanburg! s! C

orgia Athens, Ga

Macon, Ga

ge Oxford, Ga

Technology Atlanta, Ga



PROVINCE DELTA.



ii. Mirl

v. Obi.

, Ohi<



Theta, Ohio State Univer
na Alpha, Franklin Colle
na Beta, Purdue Univers



inati. Oh

PROVINCE EPSILON.

tmond, Kv
llville, Kv
rille, Tenu



Columbus, Ohio
. ..Franklin, Ind
LaFavette. Ind
....Evanston, 111



, Te



Alub.
Al.ib.
.Missi



<ee Omega. Uuiversitv of the South Sewanee, Tenu

;<• Eta. Southwestern Baptist University Jackson, Tenn

a Mil, University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala

a Iota, Southern Uuiversitv Greensboro. Ala

Alpha Mu. Alabama A. anil M. College Aubu



.ippi



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■ of Mississippi.



PROVINCE ZETA.

ila, Iowa Missouri

ubia, Mo Nebraska

PROVINCE ETA.



ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS.

Pittsburg Alu



.Oxford, Mi?



. ..Denver. Col
Palo Alto, Cal
Berkeley, Cal



i in ii i Association,
y Alumni Associate
on (Miss.) Alumni A




SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON.



Lambda Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsi/on.

ESTABLISHED IN I860. RE-ESTABLISHED IN 1885.



Motto—" -w4-iu. aVinazm lari."

FRATRES IN URBE.

Robinson McMillan Flavids Josephus Sanders.

FRATRES IN FACULTATE.

Herbert W. Grannis Professor Latin and Greek, Preparatory Department.

Lieut. Chas Gerhardt Eighth Infantry-, U. S. Army, Professor Military Department.

active members.

Class of '95.

James Thomas Blair, Osborne Mo LL.B. J. R. Hayncs, Buffalo Gap, Texas. . .- LL.B.

Lucius Linton Bowman, Bowman, Miss LL.B. Thomas McCorry, Jackson, Tenn LL.B.

D. Hiller Derrick, Greenville, S. C . LL.B. Melville Charles Payne, Fulton, Ky LL.B.

W. Keeley Firmly, Lawrenceburg-, Tenn . LL.B. W. Bruce Turner, Waverly, Tenn LL.B.

R. Leslie Kimbroug-h, Weakley, Tenn A.B. Herman C. West, Mayfield, Ky LL.B.

Class of '96.

S. Henry Barron, Burkesville, Ky LL.B. James Miles Webb, Bell Buckle, Tenn A.B. '

James Thomas Baskerville, Portland, Tenn . LL.B. R. Francis White, White's Creek, Tenn. . . .A.B.

E. Walker Blackburn, Ozark, Ark B.S. Sidney Johnston White, Jackson, Tenn. . . .LL.B.

Wilbert S. Kennard, Lebanon, Tenn. . A.B.&C.E.

Class of '97.
William Francis Stovall, Rives, Tenn B.S.

Class of '98.
S. Lang-ford Doak, Lebanon, Tenn B.S,

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Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity.

Founded 1865 — Richmond, Va.,

-BY-

Rev. Otis A. Olazebrook, D.D., Captain Alfred Marshall, Judge Erskine M. Ross.

Flower— White Tea Rose. Colors— Sky Blue and Old Gold.
CHAPTER ROLL.



Ala. Alpha Epsilon A. and M. College

Ala. Beta Beta Southern University

Ala. Beta Delta University of Alabama

Cala. Beta Psi Leland Stanford University

Ga. Alpha Beta University of Georgia

Ga. Alpha Theta Emory College

Go. Alpha Zeta Mercer University

Ga. Beta Iota School of Technology

Ind. Gamma Gamma Rose Polytechnic

111. Gamma Zeta University of Illinois

Mass. Gamma Beta Tuft's College

La. Beta Epsilon Tulane University

Me. Beta Upsilon State College

Me. Gamma Alpha Colby University

Mich. Alpha Mu Adrian College

Mich. Beta Kappa Hillsdale College

Mich. Beta Lamda University af Michigan

Mich. Beta Omicron Albion College

N. C. Alpha Delta University of N. C

N. C. Alpha Chi Trinity College

N. J. Alpha Kappa Stephens Institute

N. Y. Alpha Omicron St. Lawrence University

N. Y. Beta Theta Cornell University



O. Alpha Nu Mt. Union College

O. Alpha Psi Wittenburg College

O. Beta Eta Wesleyan University

O. Beta Mu Wooster Universitj'

O. Beta Rho Marietta College

O. Beta Omega State University

Penn. Alpha Iota Mulenburg College

Penn. Alpha Rho Lehigh University

Penn. Alpha Upsilon Pennsylvania College

Penn. Tau University of Pennsylvania

R I. Gamma Delta Brown University

S. C. Alpha Phi South Carolina College

S. C. Beta Phi Wofford College

S. C. Beta Phi Charleston College

Tenn. Alpha Tau S. W. Pres. University

Tenn. Beta Pi Vanderbilt University

Tenn. Beta Tau S. W. Baptist University

Tenn. Lamda Cumberland University

Tenn. Omega University of the South

Texas Gamma Epsilon Austin College

Vt. Beta Zeta University of Vermont

Va. Beta Washington and Lee University

Va. Delta University of Virginia



ALUMNI ASSOCIA TIONS.

klabama Alumni Association, Birmingham, Ala. Ohio Alumni Association, Tiffin, Ohio.

Allentown Alumni Association, Allentown, Pa. Pittsburg Alumni Association, Pittsburg, Penn.

Chicago Alumni Association, Chicago, 111. Springfield Alumni Association, Springfield, Ohi<

D. C. Alumni Association, Washington. Pennsylvania Alumni Association, Philadelphk

New York Alumni Association, New York. Tennessee Alumni Association, Nashville, Te

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ALPHA TAU OMEGA.



Tennessee Lamda Chapter

—OF-

Alpha Tau Omega.

Established IS6S. Re-Established 1889.

FRATRES/N URBE.
Zac Tolliver. J. T. Odum.

John E. Baker. John Cowan.

B. J. Dillard. Porter McClain"

IN COLLEGIO.

CLASS OF -05.

H. C. Lane, LL.B. W. P. Darwin, C. E.
Sam M. Parks, A.B.

CLASS OF '07.

H. H. McGill, A.B. J. E. Horton, A.B.

CLASS OF '9S.

C. T. Gilliland, A.B.

IRREGULAR.

G. M. Swing-lev.



The Fraternity of Kappa Sigma.



ORGANIZED AT BOLOQNA, ITALY, ABOUT THE YEAR 1400.
ESTABLISHED IN THE UNITED STATES IN 1867.



NUMBER OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 39.



Colors — Old Gold, Maroon and Peacock Blue.
Flower — Lily of the Valley.



YELL.

Rah, Rah, Rah!
Crescent and the Star!
Vive la, Vive la!
Kappa Sigma!



SUPREME EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

J. Harry Covington (J), Worthy Grand Master Easton, Md

J. Curtis Travis (A-Z), Worthy Grand Procurator La Porte, Ind

G. Harold Powell (A-K), Worthy Grand Master of Ceremonies Ithaca, N.Y

Stanley W. Martin (A'), Worthy Grand Treasurer Danville, Va

Herbert M. Martin (//), Worthy Grand Scribe Neapolis, Va

George W. Warner (»). Editor of Caduceus Philadelphia, Pa

IN CHARGE OF CATALOGUE.

George Vaughan (£), University of Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark

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KAPPA SIGMA.



Theta Chapter of Kappa Sigma.

ESTABLISHED IN 1887.



FRATRES IN URBE.

E. E. Adams, R- C. Gkibble,

C. B. Brown, C. M. Hunter,

H. J. Brown, D. C. Kellev. Jr.,

R. S. Brown, W. C. Kellev,

W. S. Faulkner, F. C. Stratton,

R. M. Fields, H. F. Stratton.

FRATRES IN FACULTATE.

Laban Lacy Rice Professor of English

Finis King Farr Professor of Hebrew

active members.
Class of '95.

William Lambert Darby A.B

Benjamin Augustus Enloe, Jr LL.B

Charles Bowman Ewing LL. B

Edward Franklin Jared LL.B

Matthew Gerald Lyle LL.B

Frank Rives LL.B

David Robert Smalling LL.B

Class of '97.

Harry Buchanan Kirkpatrick A.B

James Smartt Waterhouse ■ A.B

Special.
Aaron Grigsby Martin. Carl Nunn.

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Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity.

Founded at University of Virginia in 1868.



Colors — Old Gold and Garnet.



YELL.

Wah, rippety, zip, bang
Whoop, bang;, hie!
Hurrah, hooray,
Hurrah, Pi.



Officers of the Grand Council.

Grand Hig-h Councillor, Rev. D. J. Brimm Columbia, S. C

Councilor Princeps, H. B. Arbuckle Tallahassee, Fla

Grand Treasurer, Robert A. Smyth Charleston, S. C

Grand Secretary, J. T. McAlister Wanee Springs, Va

Grand Chaplain, Rev. Theron H. Rice Alexandria, Va



RHO CHAPTER

Organized 1892.



CHAPTER OFFICERS.

Superior Mag-ister Capitis G. H. Hogan

Inferior Mag-ister Capitis R. T. Russell

Thesaurenisis Capitis W. M. Crawford

Scriptor Capitis A. W. Henderson

Mercurius Capitis J- W. McDonald

Chapter Correspondent W. J. King

Rho Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha.

FRA TRES IN FA CUL TA TE.

A. G. Reichart, Instructor in Music, C. U. Annex.

S. H. Landrum, Instructor in Art, C. U. Annex.

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Fratres in Universitate.



A. B. Anderson, A. B University of Nashville

Class Orator and Editor of Record, Junior Law.
E. M. Gkisham, A. B University of Nashville



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W. M. Ceawfokd, A.B Cumberland University

Middle Theological,

G. H. Hogan, A.B Cumberland University

President of Class, Middle Theological.
J. W. McDonald, A. B Cumberland University

Middle Theological.
W. D. Landis, A.B Cumberland University

Senior Theological.

E. E. INGRAM, A.B Cumberland University

President of Class, Senior Theological.

J. Frank Smith, A.B Bethel College

Winner in Two Commencement Debates, Editor in Chief of Phcenix,

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W. K. Poston, LL.B....







FRATRES ALUMNI.



J.C. Annett, B.D



Cumberland Uuiversit,

Pastor C. P. Church, West Point, Miss.

E. H. Liles, A.B Bethel Colleg

B. D. Cumberland University, Pastor C. P. Church, Denison, Texas.

A. S. Maddox Cumberland Uuiversit;

Winner of Aniasa^as.-au Medal, ">:l. President of Union Female College
Oxford, Miss.

G. W. McSpadden, LL.B Cumberland Universit;

Practicing Profession of Law, Memphis, Teuit.



Alden Bigger. B.S Cumberland University

Teacher of Mathematics in Union Female College. Oxford. Miss.

C. LOCUS Henry, LL.B Cumberland University

Practicing Profession of Law, Memphis. Tenn.

J. L. Johnson Cumberland Universin

Commercial Man.

R. V. Pollard, B.S National Normal Universitv Student.

Lebanon, Ohio.



Beta Theta PL



Founded 1839.



Alpha, Miama, 1839.

Beta, Western Reserve, 1841.

Gamma, Washington-Jefferson, 1842.
Delta, De Pauw, 1845.
Epsilon, Centre, 1848.

Zeta, Hampden-Sidney, 1850.
Eta, Harvard, 1843

Theta, Ohio Wesleyan, 1853.
Iota, Hanover, 1853.
Kappa, Brown, 1849.
Lambda, University of Michigan, 1845.
Mu, Cumberland, 1854.
Nil, Union, 1881.

Omicron, Univ. of Virginia, 1885.
Pi, Indiana University, 1845.
Rho, Northwestern, 1873.

Sigma, Stephens Institute, 1879.
Tau, Wabash, 1845.
Upsilon, Boston, 1876.
Chi, Beloit, 1862.
Psi, Bethany, 1860.

Omega, University of California, 1879.
Alpha Alpha, Columbia, 1881.

Alpha Beta, State Univerity of Iowa, 1865.
Alpha Gamma, Wittenburg, 1867.
Alpha Delta, West Minister, 1867.
Alpha Epsilon, Iowa Wesleyan, 1868.
Alpha Zeta, Denver University, 1888
Alpha Eta, Denison, 1868.

Alpha Kappa, Richmond, 1S71.
Alpha Lambda, Wccster, 1872.



Alpha Nu, University of Kansas, 1872.
Alpha Xi, Knox, 1855.

Alpha Pi, University of Wisconsin, 1873.
Alpha Sigma, Dickinson, 1874.
Alpha Tau, University of Nebraska, 1888.
Alpha Upsilon, Pennsylvania State, 1888.
Alpha Chi, Johns Hopkins, 1878.
Alpha Omega, Dartsmouth, 1889.
Beta Alpha, Kenyon, 1879.
Beta Gamma, Rutgers, 1891.
Beta Delta, Cornell, 1876.

Beta Epsilon, Syracuse, 1889.
Beta Zeta, St. Lawrence, 1879.
Beta Eta, Maine State, 1879.
Beta Theta, Colgate, 1880.
Beta Iota, Amhurst, 1884.

Beta Kappa, Ohio University, 1841.
Beta Lambda, Vanderbilt, 1884.

Beta Nu, University of Cincinnati, 1890.
Beta Omicron, University of Texas, 1885.
Beta Pi, University of Minnesota, 1890.
Beta Chi, Lehigh, 1891.

Zeta Phi, University of Missouri, 1890.
Eta Beta, University of North Carolina.
Theta Delta, Ohio State University, 1885.
Mu Epsilon, Wesleyan, 1890.
Phi Alpha, Davidson, 1889.
Phi Chi, Yale, 1891.
Lambda Rho, U. of Chicago, 1893.
Lambda Sigma, L. Stanford, 1893.




BETA THETA PI.



Mu Chapter of Beta Theta PL



ESTABLISHED 1854.



Colors— Pink and Pale Blue.

Flower — White Niphetos Rose.

Flag — Azure field, White Border, Red Rose and Three Stars.

Fraternity Yell— Phi Chi Phi; Beta Theta Pi!
W-o-o-g-l-i-n, Woog-lin, Wooglin!

Chapter Yell-Phi Chi Phi. Who are you?
We are Mu of Beta Theta Pi!



FRATRES IN URBE.

R. P. McClain. Amsi Hooker. Alex M. McClain.

FRATRES IN FACVLTATE.

Dr. Andrew B. Martin Professor of Law

Dr. R. V. Foster Professor of Theology

Rev. W. P. Bone Professor of Theology

W. D. McLaughlin Professor of Ancient Languages

I. W. P. Buchanan .... Professor of Mathematics

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CHAPTER ROLL, 1894-95.



WmiAH Henry Williamson Lebanon, Tenn

A. B., '93, and LL.B., '94, Cumberland. Post-Graduate in Law, '95. Amasagassean.

Claude Dale Muneoe .- Augusta, Ark

LL.B., Jan., '95. Post-Graduate hi Law, '95. Winner of 100 and 223 yd. dashes, '94. Left end on Toot Ball Team, '94. Amasagassean.

William Caruthers Hartsville. Tenn

LL.B.. '95. Cumberland. Amasagassean.

Francis Fentress, Jr Memphis, Tenn

LL.B. -95, Cumberland. Captain of 2nd Foot Ball Team, '94. Philomathean.

Allison Battle Humphreys Lebanon, Tenn

A.B., '94, and LL.B., '95. Cumberland. L. H. B. on Foot Ball Team. Captain and catcher of Base Ball Team, '94 and '95. Delegate to 55th

Convention of Beta Theta Pi. Amasagassean.

Thomas Miller Owsley .- Stanford, Kv

A.B., '93, and LL.B., '95, Cumberland. Vice President of Athletic Association. Business Manager of Phoenix. R. H. B. on Foot Ball Team. Leader if


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