JOHN L. ADAMS
"Jack" skins alligators in the summer and
"Yankees" in the winter; knows the indications
for a cold bath; has a special affinity for
"Cook's Crossing"; and hopes that an unsus¬
pecting public will allow him to practice
WAYNE STARR AIKEN
Forest Park, Ga.
Born on the memorable Fourth of July
(which gives us another reason for feeling proud
of that day), he received his preliminary in¬
struction at the Pleasant Grove High School,
graduating there in 1910. His first three years
of a medical existence were spent at the Atlanta
School of Medicine, where we understand his
record was, as it has been with us, above re¬
proach. As a sober, modest, studious, and neat
appearing gentleman, he has our approval.
EDWIN WHITAKER ALLEN, A T fi—X Z X
The reasons for the nomenclature of "Runt"
are obvious. "Runt's" physical size, however,
has nothing to do with his characteristics and
mental ability. He came to us from Milledge-
ville, and due to his early training in that city
of doubtful mentality, and his intense applica¬
tion to the subject in this institution, he will
follow that branch of medicine which deals with
the nervous, mental and psychological disturb¬
ances which are prone to attack frail humanity.