"Ah! tell them they were men."
John Holman McFadden. A.B.
Alpha Tau omega Fraternity: D. V. S. ; Pyramid: Phi Gamma Literary Society; Ministerial
Association: Owl's Social Club; "E" Club; Honor Roll. -1S, '19; Class Basket-ball, '18, '19; Class
Football, '20, '21 ; Class Track. '20, '21 ; Varsity Track Team, '20. '21 : Manager of Varsity Track.
'20. '21; Central Athletic Council. '21: Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class. '20; President Senior
Class, '21 : Student Council School of Liberal Arts, '20. 21 ; Secretary, Student Activities Council,
*21 ; Assistant Business Manager tin CAMPUS, '20; Secretary Phi Gamma, '20, President, '21: Fresh¬
man Debate. 'IS; Mid-Term Debate, '10; Impromptu Debate. '19, '20, '21 ; Champion Debate. '20. '21;
Delegate to Alpha Phi Epsilon National Convention. '10; Junior Respondent to Senior Dismissal, '20;
S. A T. c. ; R. O. T. C. : First Sergeant Company "A," '19; Captain Company "D," '20; Pan-Hellenic
Council, "21 : Secretary Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. '19; Vice-President "E" Club, "21.
We could write a book about "Mac." but we haven't the space. We will say this much.
however, he is a man, and that is about as much as you could say about anybody. We have known
him for some time, in fact he has been with us during four years, and we have seldom seen him
idle. IIh has worked hard while with us, and his toil has always been unselfish. Of him Emory
proudly says to the world. "Behold My Son," and the world will look on and marvel that in one
man could be found so many qualities tbat are so intricately woven into his nature as to make
him the athlete, the student, the "good fellow." the man of unquestioned honor, and the man who
stands on his own merit, lei the merry world think what it will.
". , Thou art e'en as just a man
As e'er my conversation cop'd withal.'3
Daniel Lamar Metts, B.Ph.
Entered College Fall, '10: Ensign U. S. Navy. '17, '1S; Re-entered School Fall. '19: Sometime
Board Directors and Chaplain Few Literary Society; Senior Class Council; Adjutant American
Legion; Vice-President International Relations Club; Over-Seas Club; Masonic Club.
"Dan" has been banging around Emory, off and on, for quite a while, and his pleasing disposi¬
tion is distinctly an asset to the campus. He is a conscientious and earnest worker, a good student,
a lover of history, and a "dippy" on Shakespeare. His charming, but manly personality, makes him
a valuable friend.