J. B. Shirley
This is one of the most interesting characters of
the Senior class, and is another of South Caro¬
lina 's sons. Possessing all the qualifications of a
gentleman and being endowed with a brilliant in¬
tellect, J. B. at once became a leader of the class
and a top-notch student. J. B. received his early
literary education at the High School of Honea
Path, S. ('.. and later attended the Shenandoah Col¬
legiate Institute of Dayton, Va., thus becoming
well fitted in an educational way to begin the
study of dentistry. J. B. is very quiet and speaks
seldom, but when he does open his oral cavity, he
says something which appeals to one and is con¬
cise and to the point. J. B. will make a name in
the profession for himself.
James Bartlev Shirley was born at Honea Path.
S. C, July 31, 1891. Class Poet, 1912-13; Quiz¬
master on Chemistry, 1912-13; Oral Surgery, 1913-
14; Associate Editor Soilrcoan, 1914.
Address. Honea Path. S. C.
R. E. SOLOMAN
"Sol,'' true to his name Soloman, is oi.....r' our
most diligent classmates, lb- attended the Southern
in 1897 and '98, and has been out of college since
1900 till the present term, in which he has com¬
pleted his course. After an extensive period o±
bushwhacking, he has developed into a rapid and
competent operator. He did his full share of oper¬
ations in college, which were highly praised. With
his friendly disposition and helping hand always.
he has won many everlasting friends among the
students, and they wish for him a grand success.
Robert Emmett Soloman was born at Troy. Ala..
March 13, 1879.
Address, Macon, Ga.