CHARLES TOBIAS CARAKER, JR., K *
"Chunk" is the only medical student ever
known who has never been "broke"—due no
doubt to his efficiency as a salesman. He has
sold successfully everything from graveyard
lots to hams. He is of a very gloomy disposi¬
tion which may be due to his extreme thinness.
but you can always get a smile out of him by
outlining a new scheme for copping the coin.
However, "Chunk" is a true gentleman, a big-
hearted fellow, and sticks to bis friends like Le¬
JAMES HOMER CAUli, JR.
Rocky Face, Ga.
This young specimen from the hills of North
Georgia before taking up the study of medi¬
cine, attended Martha Berry High School, where
he was a great debater, the only trouble being
that be usually was on the wrong side of the
question. He began the study of medicine at
the University of Tennessee, but joined us in
our Sophomore year. His hobby has been surg¬
ery and he hopes to be the leading surgeon of
JOSEPH BLAIN CASH, X Z X
Chesnee, S. C.
"Joe." When this bouncing buster was born,
the proud father exclaimed, "He is some boy"
—and he is. Being blessed with an abundance
of good looks and spirits, small wonder that
the girls ask, "Is DR. Cash there?" But lest
you get the idea that Joe isn't there—medically
speaking—let me tell you that he is. He has his
instruments and office equipment all ready for
practice in June. Here's to you old boy!