H. C. Chapman
Heie we piesent one who has' been pursuing the
study of dentistry for, to, these many years, and
we hope to see him attain the degree of D. D. S.
with this year 'a class. Not much is known of his
past life, but we can say from our knowledge of
him that he is a good-natured sort of fellow, takes
things as they come and never gets worried. He is
one among us who has realized that experience
teaches slowly and at the cost of many mistakes;
hence he is now correcting his mistake of long¬
standing and hoping to be classed with the grad¬
uates of 1914.
Hillyer C. Chapman was born at Blairsville, Ga.,
August 3, 1880.
Address, Copperhill, Tenn.
C. W. BOLING
Claude 's motto is '' Silence is golden.'' He is
an easy-going, good-natured sort of fellow, rarely
has anything to say, but when he speaks it is weil
to listen to what he has to say. Since his debut in
college, he has made a good record, and has always
responded promptly to the request of the demon¬
strators or any one else. He is a sincere believer
in the saying, "Never put off until to-morrow what
you can do to-day," which, he says, goes to prove
that '' Procrastination is the thief of time.''
Claude Willoughby Boling was born at Cor¬
nelia, Ga., September 13, 1882. Quizmaster on Oral
Prophylaxis, 1912-13; Prosthetic Dentstry, 1913-14.
Address, Cornelia, Ga.