EDWIN ROBERT CHRISTIANSON
"While youth laughs and plays
Age holds its sway."
"Dad" left a good job to enlist in the ranks of dentistry.
However, he will never regret the step, as his work in
college indicates that that path leads to success.
Activities: Member, Georgia Club; Member, Atlanta
WILLIAM EDGAR COLEMAN
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"He who reigns within himself, and rules his own pas¬
sions, desires and fears is more than a king."
"Wee" is an ideal man in college, society and in life.
In college he has made an enviable record as a student
f f theory-, as well as practice. He is considered an au¬
thority in theory while in practice he is jam-up: as a
college mate, he is "all-'round;" as a friend, he is ad¬
mirable and devoted; as a Christian gentleman, he is
above reproach; as a business man, he has keen insight
and constructive judgment; as a worker, he is indefati¬
gable. His sense of the fine arts is surpassed only by his
code of morals. To his acquaintances his past depicts
idealism; his future depicts devotion to his profession,
and for himself, distinction.
Activities: Editor-in-chief, Asodecoain. '22; Class His¬
torian, "22; Member, Georgia Club; Member. Atlanta
HEKBERT ANDREW FEEMSTER
Sharon, S. C.
"Swcess comes only after the hardest of labors."
"Coccygeus,*' although deep, is a fine fellow and a hard
worker. He is well liked by all who know him, and is
always there with the goods when it comes to dentistry.
Activities: Treasurer, Delta Sigma Delta, '22; Member.
South Carolina Club; Member, A. S. D. C. Masonic Club;
Member, Senior Masonic Club.