REUBEN HOUSTON BARNES
"A young man married is a man that's
BENJAMIN TAYLOR BEASLEY, JR.
This gentleman from Statesboro, having grad¬
uated at the State Normal School at Athens
in 1910, began his medical course with us that
fall. In the college he knows everybody and
everybody knows him as a "Dainty Fellow'
whose greedy, greeting hand offers mirth and
merry to everybody he meets. This "Dainty"
is attractive and attracted, popular and per¬
sonified among the students and none the less
among the Gentler Sex. We can vouch for
him a large and successful practice.
JOHN MILLER BEGGS
This studious, handsome and friendly old
boy is a native of the Wiregrass section. His
home is in Pavo (meaning peacock—a bird;
so's the town). He attended the University
of Geoigia, where be was a famous baseball
player. John became very much attached to
the winsome ways of a fair maiden some time
ago, but it was a case of "Love's labor lost." His
future in this profession should be great indeed
if consistency as a student is the ear-mark of