J. R. McAliianey
Of all the schools the dental school has the larg¬
est variety of students. If it were left to you, dear
reader, to decide what vocation Jake should follow,
no doubt you would never have suggested dentistry,
but we won't ask your opinion, as "Jake" has al¬
ready demonstrated his ability by successfully pass¬
ing the Arkansas State Board of Dental Examin¬
ers, and is now- a licensed dentist. We all wish him
the very best of suecess.
Jacob R. McAlhaney was born at Branchville,
S. C, March 20, 1891.
Address Branchville, S. C.
E. H. McLean
Here we present the only true specimen of Un¬
original Scotch that we have in the Class of '14.
Although he possesses a great many characteristics
of the old "Scots," he can neither play the bag¬
pipe or dance the Highland Fling. Edgar says he
has done most everything except plow a buthead ox,
and of all vocations he likes running a turpentine
still best. Of course, you can 't discern from the
picture that he has auburn hair and bright blue
eyes, but such is true; so you will agree that he
needs a body guard, as there is considerable dan¬
ger of his being kidnapped by the fair sex, as he
is "some lady's man," according to his statement,
which must be true, as the bovs all like him as well
as do the ladies. Like quite a number of his class¬
mates, Edgar has taught school for a number of
Edgar Hugh McLean was born at Red Springs,
N. C, May 14, 1888. Class Historian, 1913-14-
Associate Editor of Sodecoan, 1914.
Address, Chipley, Fla.