•/ know what's what, and hat
<>f Hie main chance:
Thomas David Ellis, Jr., B.Ph.
Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity; Phi Gamma Literary Society; Alpha Phi Epsilon Literary Frater¬
nity; Susie l.'iluii Social Club; Williams-Arant Law Club: American Legion; V. M. C. A.; Sergeant
Company "A.'" R. O. T. C, '19; S. A. T. C. ; Glee Club. 'is. 'IP, "iw '21 ; Vice-President Glee Club.
19, Business Manager, 'I'd. President. '21, Double Quartet, 'is. '19, '20, University Quartet, '20, '21,
Soloist. '19, '20; Class Council, '19; Literary Editor CAMPUS, '19; French Club, 'is, 'IP; Intercol¬
legiate Debate Council, *2<i ; Assistant Secretary Phi Gamma, '20, Secretary, '21 : Censor Morum, '21 ;
Spring Term Debate, 'lb; National Committeeman Alpha Phi Epsilon. '20; General Secretary-Treas¬
urer Alpha Phi Epsilon, '21; Chairman University Music Council. '20; Social Editor Wheel, '21;
Law Basket-ball, '21.
"Dave" is certainly there when it comes to the Glee Club. His bass voice and his leading
personality have done wonders for it. Alpha Phi Epsilon honored Emory as well as Daye when it
elected him general Secretary-Treasurer. The ladies of Macon and Atlanta tremble at the very
sound of his name, and rightly so, for is he not the chiefest of the male vamps? But he does not
break hearts intentionally, he just can't help it. Dave is a bard worker, and a mighty good
"Let ns Hare, nine and women, mirth out! Unit/liter,
Sermons and soda water the day after.'*
Nonie Worth Gable, B.S. Med.
Chi Phi Fraternity ; Phi < Jamma Literary Society ; Beta <(mrleon Phi Social Club ; Chi Sigma
Chi Social Club; President Pic-Medical Class, 'IS. 'lb; French Club. 'IS. 'lit; Doctors' Sons' Club.
'19: Y. M. C. A.; Drill Instructor, Cadet Corps, 'IS; Drum Major Cadet Corps. 'IS; Cadet Major
R. O, T. C, *19; Football. '18; Platrsburg Training Cam]), 'IS; Commissioned Second Lieutenant
U. S. Infantry Sept. Hi. 1918; Stationed at tbe College of tbe Holy Cross, Mass.; Honorable Dis¬
charge Dec. 24. 'IS; Emory Medical College, '20; Intern Emory University Infirmary, '20; Masonic
Club; American Legion; Intern Atlanta Hospital, '21.
"Gabe" arrived at Emory after an extended visit to the Mexican I order, where he went in
1016, when the clouds of war hovered oyer that part of our country. He could tell us some wonder¬
ful stories aboul tbat country. Since be came to Emory be has gone on in his deliberate way secur¬
ing bis share of honors bestowed by tbe student body, interspersing some more army life in tin
meantime. He is not a man to trouble about minor things, and will some day be a successful