R. B. Haddock
Here we present the master mechanic of the
Senior Class for your inspection. Bert is quite a
genius along mechanical lines, as he has proved by
making some of the dental apparatus which he
desired. After completing his education at the
Southern Business College, Live Oak, Fla., he was
employed as chief clerk to the Master Mechanic of
the A. C. L. Railway at Lakeland, Fla., for a
number of years. Now, don't think by looking at
his' youthful face that he is a young boy, for he is
not by any means, as he is the proud father of a
boy almost old enough to be a student himself. Al¬
though old in this world 's experience, Bert is still
a boy at heart, as he has very often demonstrated
by his jokes and antics in the lecture hall. He is
also noted for his witty speeches he sometimes
makes between lectures.
Robert Bertram Haddock was born at Live Oak,
Fla., December 11, 1SS3. Quizmaster on Operative
Dentistry, 1911-12; Class Prophet, 1913-14.
Address, Lakeland, Fla.
N. W. Gibson
This is a subject of which there were many the¬
ories advanced. We have been unable to ascer¬
tain how his early life was spent, but it has been
reported that he was captured in the wilds of
Mississippi, and after being thoroughly harnessed
in order to prevent harm being done to himself or
others, he was shipped to Atlanta to be broken
into the ways of city life, and to be trained as a
dentist. We can now assure the public that he
has been thoroughly broken in and is as harmless
as a mouse. Since he has become civilized, it is
real amusing to hear him relate of the many
positions he has held, which, according to his
statements, are innumerable.
William Noley Gibson was born at Ethel, Miss.,
November 11, 1886. Address, Ethel, Miss.