ROBERT EARLE BRINSON, x Z X
"Little Brinson" is a member of "The Married
Men's Club." The first two years of his medi¬
cal existence were spent in the quiet (?) soli¬
tude of bachelorhood, and during this time
"correspondence" was his favorite "subject."
Not being satisfied with this state of affairs, in
June, 1912, he took unto himself a very popular
young lady of his home town as his companion
for life. We wish them both much success and
JACK BRADFORD BRINSON, ,TR„ x Z X
This infinitesimal sprig of Adam is one of
the many pocket editions of our class. He has
quite a literary record behind him, but we are
proud of the fact that he has never been ac¬
cused of teaching school. "Midget" is a big,
bold, blustering fellow (?) who will assault the
world with his mighty strength and weighty
learning, the latter having been acquired by in¬
tense application, close observation and tireless
JAMES NORMENT BRITT
Lumberton, N. C.
"Scaly" is from a family of brilliant lawyers.
In the quizzes his records are as nearly perfect
as any one else's. He is continually bubbling
over with happiness and emanating from him it
is contagious. Being a "skirt professor, a
hunk of femininity may be seen at his left side
in morning, noon and night or any itime that he
is not at school.