ARY EUGENE D'ARMONA
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Key West, Fla.
'' Swifty, De Ammonia, NH.„ Army''—for his nick¬
names are legion—entered our midst after various col¬
legiate affiliations. He was upon his career of medicine
at the University of Virginia, but decided to acquire a
degree of D.D.S. and become a famous oral surgeon.
Some day we expect to hear great things of him.
STEPHENS LANHAN BALDWIN
"Steve" graduated at Tech High in 1913 and after
one year at Georgia Teeh could not resist his profes¬
sional calling. In '15 he enrolled at the S. D. C. His
College life has been such that in later years he can
look back upon it as one of the brightest spots in his
career. Being naturally gifted in the profession which
he has chosen and endowed with those social qualifica¬
tions which make friends wherever he goes, fame is al¬
ready knocking at his door.
GORDON KIMBALL BARKLEY
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Barkley, after a rather varied career, which included
"doing his bit" for Uncle Sam as an electrician and
radio operator in the navy, decided that the road to
success and fame was best traveled by one bearing the
degree of D.D.S. His success in College may be shown
as marked in view of the position he holds.
President Class 1917-'18.