OMAR LEE DUNN.
Dunn's motto is "Silence is golden." He takes time to think
and when he speaks he usually hits the nail on the head.
He is an earnest student and a hard worker. He has a disposition
free from worrying and fretting, and accepts things as they are with
a calm satisfaction and does his work as a part of the natural order
of things. He is a good listener and his classwork is good.
Dunn was named for Robert E. Lee, and we hope that he will
be as true to his profession as Lee was to the Confederacy.
He was born at Daviston, Alabama, May 22, 1885.
This wogglebug was born in Wagner, South Carolina, somewhere
about January 14, 1882. Since that time all who have had the mis¬
fortune of being associated with him fully realize that he is a scientific
slang artist. Irish received his early education at the Wagner High
School, afterward going to Columbia and entering a theological school.
There he remained until he had studied the Bible from the preface
to the 109th Psalm. At this point his faith abandoned him and just
for the sake of diversion, he sought the pine-hills of Southwest Georgia.
As soon as he had secured the price, he came to Atlanta to study
"Tooth Dentistry" and has since become a pedestrian of Butler Street.
With pleasure we give unto thee a high-class ethical gentleman
in the person of "Irish."