A. C. Bone
"Os," as he is commonly known among tin-
boys, is a young man of sterling qualities, as are
usually all who claim to be the proud sons of the
"Tar Heel" State. Until his twenty-second year,
Arthur's chief occupation was that of tilling the
soil, after which Ire entered the service of the A. C.
L. Railroad, holding many responsible positions
during the eight years he was with them. Feeling
that he could better serve mankind by equipping
himself to alleviate the agonizing pains of suffer¬
ing humanity, he entered with us in 1911 to accom¬
plish this end, and we feel assured that success
Arthur Cutchin Bone was born at "Whitakers, X.
C, March 27, 1SS2. Class Treasurer. 1911-12.
Address. Rocky Mount. X C.
II. J. Bosse
This young man, whose likeness now appears be¬
fore you, is one of Florida 's stars, whose clever
disposition is recognized on first acquaintance.
After completing his education at the High School
of Orlando, Fla., his chief occupation was for a
while just "hanging around," doing the fishing
stunt must of the time; but realizing that life was
real, he gave this up and entered the S. D. < '.in
1911. Since entering college, Bosse has been very
studious, as well as a hard worker, these attributes
earning for him the compliment of being one of
tin- best in the class.
Herman John Bosse was born at Formossa, Fla.,
May 15, 1891. Quizmaster on Anatomy, 1911-12;
Vice-President of Class, 1913-14; Associate Editor
of Sodecoan, 1914.
Address, Orlando, Fla.
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