"And wisely tell what time o> dan
The clock does strike, by algebra."
Clyde Lemuel Colson, B.A.
Entered School Fall. '19; Delta Tau Delta Fraternity; Few Literary Society; Class Football,
"19, '20; Varsity Football Squad, '19
"Colson" is a remarkable fellow in several ways and as ambitious as Old Harry himself. To
begin with, he is only eighteen years old, entirely too young to be getting a diploma from Emory—
but he will get it despite his youth. "Colson" has made his name famous on the Emory campus
in two fields of activities. First, on the football field, where he attained the Varsity one year, and
for two years has made many a right tackle wish he had taken to African golf instead of football.
And then in scholastic regions, and especially in math., where he has kept "Doug." and "Madam''
busy thinking up new courses for him. They haven't floored him yet. either. They say when he
gets his dip here he's going North and won't come back until he has a Ph.D. or two in mathematics.
Then he's coming to Emory. But whatever he does and wherever he goes, we can safely predict a
big future for him, because of his pleasant personality and dogged persistence.
"Short is mif date, but deathless my renown."
Miles Samuel Crowder, B.S. Med.
Kappa Psi Medical Fraternity; Non-Fraternity; School of Liberal Arts; Few Literary Society;
Football. '18, '19; Baseball, '18, '19; Track, '18, '19": Medical Corps Fall of '18.
Miles comes to us from Griffin, Ga. He tells us that himself. He's been with us now for four
years and will continue his work in the Medical School. We like Miles. He's one of the best friends
a fellow ever had. He has worked bard for Emory, too. and when he leaves here we feel sure that
the old Alma Mater will hold this son dear to her heart, even as do all her sons at present.