No, you are mistaken; he is not a farmer; he
was, but is now a full-fledged member of the den¬
tal profession. We'll admit, it looks odd. but
nevertheless it's true. "Jack" has an advantage
over some, as he is not afraid of work; he not only
knows how, but is willing to deliver the goods. The
whole class wishes that he may learn to be as pro¬
ficient with dental instruments as he was with farm
Oscar Johnson was born near Summit, Ga. May
Address. Summit, Ga.
R. Y. Hunter
When or whence this timid specimen of the male
sex first opened his eyes history does not relate.
October 1, 1911, found him answering roll call in
the lecture hall (however, scarcely any questions).
Modesty is his chief claim, which is plainly shown
when a " i 'hicken '' is going down the street '' Ruf ''
prefers to take the opposite side. If you notice
his face you will see the care-worn expression there
that every great student has. "Ruf" does most
of his practicing down at the dope stand on the
Ruf us loung Hunter was bom at Ft. White. Fla.
February 23, lsss.
Address. Lake City, Fla.