—■ maiiSi ■-■" & ■ w-^f mSBmm — ■■■-""............. ban—>i......■■■"■......
RALPH HUGLEY ALLEN
"Texas." Pity, oh, pity! the undignified man
who never can act as the rest of us can.
JAMES FRANKLIN ARTHUR
St. Matthews, S. C.
A young physician who traces his ancestry
to King Arthur of the Round Table, and to one
of our Presidents bearing his name, and who
inherited characteristics of these progenitors.
Receiving all the education his community af¬
forded and being confident of its abundance
and superiority, he has developed some cocksure
ideas regardless of Drs. Osier and Roberts. His
thoughts have dwelt largely upon how to stim¬
ulate the nerve terminals in the colon and his
favorite beverage is hot water saturated with
ORRIN OSCAR AUSTIN, Ph. G.
A distinguished son of a distinguished family,
he early became possessed of the ambition to
be a physician and has made a splendid record
in his class. Receiving his literary education
at Hapeville College, he later became a grad¬
uate in pharmacy. A studious, hard worker,
he will devote all his energies to the conquer¬
ing of disease.