"Whom rentier shape of danger can dismay
Nor thought of tender happiness bet ran."
Alva Roy Hutchinson, B.Ph.
Entered College Spring term, '19; D. V. S. ; Pyramid; Few Literary Society; Chaplain Few;
Spring Term Debate. '10 ; Fall Term Debate, '20; Impromptu Debate, '20: Chairman Junior Class
Council, '20; Vice-Chairman Student Council, School of Liberal Arts, '20; Member University
Executive Council, '20; University Debate Council, '20; Commander of American Legion, '20; Board
Of Directors. Few, 20 ; Ministerial Association ; Y. M. C. A. ; Manager of Red Cross Drive, '20 ;
Second Lieutenant, U. S. Army. '17-'19 ; Over-Sea Club; Eagles Social Club; Secretary Non-Frater¬
nity Council, '21. ; Delegate to State Convention, American Legion, '20; Business Manager Emory
In the Spring of '19 "Hut" laid aside the khaki for blue serge and entered immediately into the
pursuit of knowledge at Emory. It was only a short time before the fellows began to recognize his
worth, and since that time he has been a leader in every thing that goes to make a bigger and better
Emory. You know what it means when you can depend upon a fellow. Well, "Hut" is one of that
kind of fellows. Never has he been known to refuse to lend a hand to a worthy cause. He had
rather be right with a minority in defeat than wrong with the majority in triumph." We don't
know of a higher tribute that can be paid to a man than that. If we did, we'd pay it to "Hut."
"A sound 80 fine, there's nothing Urcs
"liri.rt it unit silenee."
Robert Tyler Jones, B.S.
Fort Valley, Ga.
Sigma Nu Fraternity; Entered Emory Fall term, '19, from Asbury College, Wilmore. Ky. ;
Owl's Social Club; Glee Club, '21: Phi Gamma Literary Society; Pan-Hellenic Council, '21; S.'A.
T. c. at Winchester, Ky. ; Spanish Club.
His parents christened him Robert, but he's "Bobby" to us. He's a shade more than chubby,
and yet less than fat-—plump would probably be the best term, and he has all the good nature that
a generous Fate gives to men who're too lazy to tight and too fa! to run. We like you, "Bobby,"
honest, we do.