T. E. Cook
L. F. Crenshaw
This young man comes to us from the Palmetto
State, and is a true South Carolinean. Feltz was
born and reared at the foot or the Blue Eidge
Mountains, and no doubt the pure atmosphere in
which he lived is partly accountable for the alert¬
ness of both mind and bod3r, which has enabled
him to make the record he has in the Southern
Dental College. Here we have another ex-school
teacher, and like the rest, he is an all-round good
fellow. Cohesive gold seems to be his hobby; he
is also a good prosthetic workman. Before coming
to the S. D. ('.. and after graduating from high
school, he attended < 'lemson College.
Leroy Feltz Crenshaw was born near Marietta.
S. O, August 18, 1891.
Address, Marietta. S. C.
This Georgia product is will worth mentioning
along with the iest of our classmates, which we
have displayed in this volume. Tom was educated
in the public schools of Washington and Atlanta,
Ga. Having completed his education, he acceptee
a position with the Atlanta Joint Terminal as clerk
in the Car Service Department, which position he
filled most satisfactorily for several years. Once
when Tom had grouped his thoughts together, he
readily concluded that his greatest aspirations could
never lie accomplished as a clerk. Consequently he
felt he might be of more benefit to mankind if he
would take up one of the professions: hence, after
investigating the advantages and disadvantages of
the various professions, his soul and heart fell help¬
less within the realms of dentistry. Since October,
1911. he has pressed forward with great diligence
and untiling efforts towards the mastering of this.
his ideal profession.
Thomas Evins Cook was born at Washington, Ga.
November 4, 1888. class Poet, 1911-12; Class
Vice-President, 1912-13; Quizmaster on Operative
Dentistry and Pathology, 1913 14: Assistant Busi¬
ness Manager of Soderonn, 1914.
Address, Atlanta, Ga.