''The Htar of the unconguered will."
John Dean Milton, B.S. Med.
Kappa Psi Medical Fraternity; Non-Fraternity Liberal Arts; Few Literary Secietv ; Y. M. C. A.;
S. A. T. C. : Football. 'IS. '19; Basket-ball, '18. '19; Baseball, 'IS, '19; All Emory Basket-ball, '18;
Member Judicial Committee, '19 ; Manager Junior Basket-ball, '19 ; Track Team, '18 ; Glee Club, '18 ;
Corporal Cadet Corps. '18 ; French Club, '18, '19 ; Football, '21 ; Basket-ball, Medical School, '21.
John is as splendid a type of all-around manhood as you care to see anywhere. You ought to
see him on the football field. He's a cyclone there. The same holds true in basket-hall and base¬
ball. John is, in addition to that, a good student and a fellow that you like tc know. We often
wish there were more fellows in the world like him. He is taking his Degree in Medicine, and in
a few years we expect to see him climbing rapidly in that profession.
"He's a sure card.''
Homer Lee Mitchell, B.S. Med.
Buena Yista, Ga.
Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity; Corporal, Emory Cadet Corps; Corporal, S. A. T. C. ; First Lieuten¬
ant, R. O. T. C. ; Appointed to Officers' Training Camp, Plaitsburg, N. Y.
This one-time Corporal of the S. A. T. C. is one of the most promising members of the class
of '21. Few men in the classes have as many friends is has "Minnie." lie has been a faithful
student, a hard worker, and moreover he is actuated by the big motives that make big men. The
day is not far distant when he will be very much in demand as the family physician, and we con¬
gratulate the town in which he chooses to practice his profession.