CLARENCE EDMOND BRUCE
3 * *
\\ innsboro, S. C.
"Thinking is an idle waste of time."
Bruce is a happy-go-lucky sort of a fellow, which char¬
acteristic is perhaps due to the fact that he is somewhat
of a singer and an actor. Nevertheless he is alert and ar¬
tistic and should carry the standard of his profession high.
AMOS SUMNER BUMGARDNER
A 2 A
Casar, N. C.
"Boys, I love you all."
"Little Amos" left his plow in its furrow and hastened
into a new field—dentistry. In his new field he has come
eminently to the front by virtue of his sterling character,
exceptional habits and strong code of honor.
Activities: Class Historian, "21; Class Secretary, '22;
Member, Tarheel Club; Member, Pan-Hellenic Council;
Member, A. S. D. C. Masonic Club; President. Senior Ma¬
DANIEL THOMAS CARR
Wallace, N. C.
"Of manner gentle, affection mild;
In wit a man, simplicity a child."
Pediatrics is his long suit, although Carr is very effi¬
cient in all branches of his work. Wallace will be glad
to have him practice at home.
Activities: Member, Tarheel Club; Member, A. S. D. C.
Masonic Club; Member, Senior Masonic Club; Class Sec¬