H, A. SMATHERS.
We wish to call your attention to this specimen first, because of its
wonderful resemblance to our president, H. A. Smathers. He came to
us from North Carolina in October, 1906. Before entering college, he had
already had much experience in Dentistry by assisting in his father's office
He comes from z- family that it seems is doomed to become members of
the Dental profession.
Since he has been in college, dignified bearing and friendly disposi¬
tion have won for him many friends. During his Senior year he was
assistant demonstrator in the Freshman laboratory. If he will but stick
to the high ideals of Dentistry that he has had pictured to him at the
S. D. C, we predict for him a career that will even surpass that of
Henry Augustus Smathers was born at Carton, North Carolina, July
w. c. SMITH.
We wish to call your attention next to the most handsome specimen
in our collection. By his appearance you would probably take him for
a ladies' man, but we must say that you would be very much mistaken.
William Clinton Smith is from the grand old State of Alabama
where he has for several years been engaged in building up a successful
drug business at Red Level.
He commenced to study medicine, but after taking one course in
the Mobile Medical College, decided that "pulling teeth" would suit him
better than "rolling pills," therefore in October, 1906, he cast his lot
with the famous Class of 1909.
He has won many honors since he has been at the S. D. C. He
has been quiz-master on Operative Dentistry during the entire three years.
During his Senior year he has held both the position of vice-president
of his class and business manager of this volume of the Shuf.coan. Much
credit is due him for the manner in which the business side has been
His many friends join in wishing him much success as a D. D. S.
Born June 7, 1881.