'■Cursed be he who moves my bones."
Lucius Terrell Moore, B.S.
Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity; Owl's Social Club; Pan-Hellenic Council ; Alpha Phi Epsilon;
Freshman-Sophomore Debate, '18; Spring term Debate, '19; Winter term Debate, '20; Censor Morum
Phi Gamma, '20; R. O. T. C, 'IS. M9; Class Football, '18, '19, '20; Class Baseball. '18, '19, '20.
Terrell is a philosopher as well as a mathematician. Temporal affairs never seem to worry him
in the least. The gods keep him company daily. Mathematics has no terror for him. Calculus,
Astronomy, etc., are to him as "Snappy Stories" are to most of us. We don't know how he does
it. but his marks are around the top in scholarship. We would say he "bones," but we know better
than that. He is a likeable fellow. One of those kind that grows on you—if you know what I
mean. We predict and wish him success in whatever work he takes up when he leaves Emory.
"He hath a tear for pita and a hand
Open as day for melting charity."
Bennett Graham Owens, B.S.
Entered school from University of Alabama, Fall, '19; Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity; Class
Football. '20, '21 ; Class Baseball, '20, '21 ; Senior Relay Team, '21 ; Band, '20, '21.
Bennett came to us in our Junior year and proceeded quietly to win the highest place in our
esteem. If you sometimes feel that the type of a real Southern gentleman that was once the
boasted pride of the Southland is becoming extinct, you should know Bennett, for he is a GENTLEMAN
if we have any conception of what that term means. We trust that it means as much to you as
it does to us, and if it does there is no more that can be said about any man.