M. J. Phillips
"Pat" comes to us from way down in Louis¬
iana, where the sugar cane grows, which probably
accounts for his excellent health and jolly good
nature. He came with a determination to make
good, faced his troubles with a smile, and was gov¬
erned by tin- motto, ''Never give up the ship."
After attending his Freshman year at the Southern
Dental College, he entered the Dental Department
of Tulane University, and has now completed his
course at the S. D. C.
Murphy James Phillips was born at Glenmora,
La., June 27, 1892
Address, Glenmora, La.
E. L. O'Neal
Here we present the Irish boy from the "Creole
State.'' Lane is quite accomplished along some
lines, especially dancing; it is said he does some of
tie latest dances to perfection. He seems to have
believed in the saying, "It is not good for man
to live alone," so during the Christmas holidays of
his Junior year he sailed forth on the matrimonial
sea. .May his melodious voice quiet every squall
that may perchance arise. Lane followed the mer¬
cantile business for a while after having attended
the Louisiana Industrial Institute at Rushton, La.
Emmett Lane 0 'Neal was born at Calhoun, La.,
October 7, 1892 Class Historian. 1912-13.
Address, Rayville, La.