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Men's Club; Columbian Literary Society, Marsha!
(3); Executive Committee (4); Y.MCA.

Teeter is a good sport, especialh w hen it
comes to taking an active part with the rest
of his class against such tyrannical measures
as compulsory physical exercise which the
faculty have been senseless enough to impose
on the good Seniors. Teeter was in the army,
and he considers that he got his there. He \f

is at present hard on the trail of a diploma,
and his greatest difficulty is Ec 7, but up to
the time of this writing he has found ample
means of circumventing Old Doctor l^ata,
and we believe that his efforts will beentirely
successful.






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RAY JORDAN TYSOR, A Z $
Erect, N, C.

Rutherford College; Columbian Literary Society.
Corresponding-Secretary (2), Marshal (3); Class
Relay ( i ) ; Class Football ( 3 ) ; Gymnasium Team
(3, 4); Assistant Manager Baseball (3): Rutherford
College Club; Secretary (3), President (4); Chronicle
Staff. Assistant Business Manager (2. 3). Business
Manager (4) ; Commencement Marshal (2) ; Officers'
Club; Assistant Librarian (3); Y M C.A. Reception
Committee.

Ray is often seen wending his way to a
certain nearby apartment house. Perhaps
Professor Spence could tell us why!' In his
Sophomore clays Ray sought adventure on
the Rhine and found it at Plattsburg, and
since his designs on Kaiser Bill were
thwarted, he seems to be practicing
on the fair sex. But Tysor is a good
all-around fellow. He has a hand in many
things on the park, and particularly the
pockcthook of the Chronicle. — and there is
no way of know ing how much he has knocked
dow,'n on his job. A few summers ago Tysor
began distributing books among the illiterate
of the United States, and made a remarkable
success of the proposition. Surely there is
no reason why he should not manage his ow n
business well '



WILLIAM THOMPSON TOWE, KA
Garysburg, N. C.

Gary High School; Varsity Baseball (i. 2. 3. 4).
Captain (3); "T" Club; Manager Dope Shop (3);
Hades Club; Tombs; Y.M.C.A.

Bill is the critic of the class. We have on
pretty good authority that he has stated he
will be pleased with hea\en, but no one ever
heard him make a similar statement about
anything else. Bill is a politician par ex-
cellence, and to him in a large measure may
be ascribed Cam Morrison's election as
Governor of the State, as well as the promi-
nent officials in the Senior class. He plays
baseball for all he is worth, and he is also a
great checker shark — the former to develop
a physique, and the latter to develop a
brain. He has succeeded admirably in the
first, and sooner or later we hope to see him
make a success out of the second. And it
might be well to add that all of Bill's criti-
cism is of the constructive type, and he
claims the same benefit for his actions — even
when he carries off a peanut machine and
hides it.




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Columbian Literary Society. Business Committee
( 2 I , E.\ecuti\e Committee ( 3 ) ; Chronicle Board (3,4);
YMC.A, Chairman Bible Study Committee (3);
Delegate to Blue Ridge Conference (2. 3), Vice-
President (4); Classical Club. Secretary (4); Minis-
terial Band. Secretary Treasurer (3). President (4);
Glee Club (3. 4).

Vaughan is one of the leading spirits in
the ministerial band and in the Y.M.C.A.
In his quiet, yet congenial manner, he has
made many a Freshman feel at home during
the first harddaysofhisCollegecareer. If any
one ever needs a real friend, we can certainly
assure him that in Vaughan he will find his
search realized. He is one of the hardest
workers in College, and one of the most
likable fellov\s in our class. Scrupulously
conscientious and unselfish, he commands
the highest respect of his fellow students.




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ROSA EDITH WADDELL
Selma, N. C.

Louisburg College (i, 2); Athena Literary Society;
Women's Athletic Association.

Rosa is a sensible girl who participates in
the broader fields of knowledge, and has
aspirations to enter politics some day. To
this field we recommend her because she
has proved her ability by naturally taking to
political work and because she likes it. Rosa
has become a Fraushacker this year, and
we on the campus are only nou- appreciating
the sunny disposition, capability, and friend-
liness which we find so pleasantly combined
in her.

"Mowers spring to blossom where she

walks
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BALDWIN WALLER, K A
Durham, N. C.

Durham High School; Durham High School Club:
Y W C A,

"Nature intended that a woman should be
her masterpiece."

"Please pronounce this French 5 forme!"
This has been May's most persistent appeal
for she has always tried to perfect herself in
the French language. Although she "snucks
surreptitiously" to Carolina between scenes,
she always manages by coquetry to make a
favorable response when called on. If one
desires a person with a charming manner and
a happy care-free attitude, then one may
find all these in one in May.
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BEULAH EARLE WALTON, $ B K
Durham, N. C.

Freshman and Sophomore Honors. Parthenon Club;
Eko-L

Here is a Phi Beta Kappa who really
deserves the honor. Beulah came into
prominence on Fuzzy Ellis' English I classes,
where she stood as the brightest of stars.
Here is a girl vvho is ner\ous and broad-
minded — slow but always accurate. Beulah
is a positive proof that ail of the modern
Co-Eds are not in quest of a good time, and
that some of them do seek after knowledge
as ardently as our male friends.

"No padlock, bolts, or bars can secure
A maiden so well as her own reserve. "





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ROBERT SHELTON WHITE, K 2
Hertford, N. C.

Hesperian Literary Society; Class Baseball (2, 3)
Class Football (3); Assistant Manager Track (2, 3
Assistant Manager Chronicle ( 1 , 2) ; Assistant Mana
ger Archive (2); Assistant Manager Football (3)
Manager Football (4) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (2. 3,4
Sandfiddlcrs' Club. "T" Club; Beta Omega Sigma;
Tombs; Red Friars. YMCA.

Buck also has had a pretty tough time at
"Trinkity" because it has taken him four
years of hard work to get his "jiploma". He
is very susceptible to the blues, but when he
gets "beat" down, he usually comes back
with a big broad smile and a fag in each
hand, "fogging up". He has finally won,
however, hut since he is educated, he does
not know what to do with himself. E\'ery-
body hates to see him go because the College
would probably grow dull without his rosy
line to make things brighter. But, wherever
he goes, we have found that you can gamble
on him. Look at his record as our first
football manager.





MARTHA EVA WIGGINS,
Denmark, S. C.

Freshman and Sophomore Honors; Class Secretary
(4): Athena Literary Society, Marshal (1), Treas-
urer (2). Vice-President (3); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3.
4); Student Council. Treasurer (3), President (4);
Pan-Hellenic Council (3. 4); Chronicle Staff; Asso-
ciate Editor (4); South Carolina Club; Eko-L; Delta
Phi Rho Alpha.

"Wabble", whose name, by the way,
comes from its resemblance to her signature
and not her gait, is one of the "pillars" of
the class. She is a good student, and ideal
pal, and a faithful friend to all who are
acquainted with her. Her record as a stu-
dent speaks for itself, and shows four years
of constant application. Little more should
be said. "Wabble" is the kind of class mate
that makes you want to stay in College
fore\er — the kind whose friendship forms
an inseparable link with you and pleasant
days spent in four pleasant years. Truly
we are grateful to South Carolina for this
\aluable member of our class.

"My gentle lady,
I wish you all the joy that you can wish."



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JESSE MONROE LIVINGSTON
Laurel Hill, N. C.



FRANK ENGLISH LOFTIN, JR.
Mt. Olive, N. C.



HELEN MAY LYON, A A n
Durham, N. C.

SAMUEL ARTHUR MAXWELL
Pink Hill, N. C.



JACOB HOLT McCRACKEN, JR.

Wilmington, N. C.



JACOB BRUCE McLAWHORN
Hanrahan, N. C.

(iriflon High School: Ex-Service Men's Club; Pitt Count.v Club;
French Cluli; Hesperian Literar.v Societ.v.



ALMON ERVIN MERCER
Durham, N. C.

Hesperian Literjiry Societ.v, French Circle; H;iilc> Club.



LUCILE MERRITT, Z T A
Wilmington, N. C.

Wilmington High School; .Sophomore Honors; Junior Scholarship:
Eko-L; Pan-Hellenic Council Ci): San.lfiilillers' Club, Secretar.v (1);
New Hanover County Club, Secretar.v (^1; .\lhena Literary Society;
Current F.vent Club'; French Club; Che Club; Women's Athletic
.\ssociation; V.W.C..\.



PELEG D.\MERON MIDGETT, JR.
Wanchese, N. C.

Trinity Park School


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