HENRY ARTHUR BENTON
Entered the Atlanta Dental College in 1915, which
later became Atlanta-Southern Dental College. Benton,
by his '' stickability'' and earnest efforts has won among
his fellow students, many friends. He is better known
to be one of the men who always sticks closely to his
duties. He is also one of the leaders of his class, both
from a theoretical and mechanical standpoint. We pre¬
dict for Henry a future success.
PHILIP C. BLOUNT
Blount never has much to say, and here is a good
evidence of the desirability of silence as a manly attri¬
bute. For the word '' failure'' is not in his vocabulary.
His opinions are always worthy of an audience. He
is a bear for work and always has the air of a man who
has a definite aim in view, and a firm determination to
attain it. A modest supposition is that in his case ap¬
pearances are not deceitful.
CHARLES ROBERTSON BRICE
Charles received his early education in the graded
and high schools of Gainesville. At first, trying the dry
goods business and soon tiring of same, Brice decided
to try his hand at dentistry. He has been a diligent
worker and has accomplished much in his course at Col¬
lege. Brice has been always ready to help a classmate
and has made many friends during his stay with us. We
feel safe in prophesying a great future for him.
Class 1915-'16; Assistant Editor of