ROY LEE BLACKMON, X Z X
Roy attended the city schools and after grad¬
uating from the Boys' High School in 1910 en¬
tered A. S. M. that fall. Naturally studious
and hard working, his record explains the mean¬
ing of the saying "Some boys are sent to med¬
ical colleges and some come." We all know
Roy is a "comer" and will rapidly come to the
front in his profession. He is some "ladies'
man" and is right much of an all-round athlete.
THOMAS JOSEPH BLACKSHEAR, K ^
Behind this placid brow is a vast fund of
intelligence (though you might not suspect it).
He constantly carries around in his pocket a
bottle of casts to demonstrate to his less intel¬
ligent fellow students. "Tom" is a fine fellow,
and never, we believe, since his trying Fresh¬
man days has his placid serenity been disturbed
by such minor affairs as lectures, quizzes, etc.
We believe that success in large measure awaits
this young doctor.
II VRRY HOWARD BOLTON, JR.
"Harry" has genuine red hair, but was never
known to participate in a hunger strike. His
beginning on this mundane sphere was in the
historical city of Mobile. His early training
was received in the Barton Academy in Mobile,
and be began his medical career at the Univer¬
sity of Mississippi, joining us in his Sophomore
year. His favorite songs are "Alabama Bound"
and "On Mobile Bay." Here's success to him!