"He speaketh not, and yet there lies,
A eon rersatiun in his eyes.*'
James Hinton Pennington, B.S., Med.
Kappa Psi Medical Fraternity; Phi Gamma Literary Society; Charter Member Alpha Phi Epsi¬
lon Literary Fraternity; Freshman Debate, '18; Freshman-Sophomore Debate. '19; Basket-ball, '18;
'19; Baseball, 'is, '19; R. O. T. C. ; S. A. T. C. ; Y. M. C. A.; Greater Emory Committee, '19;
Member Sophomore Class Medical School, '21.
Old James u^ed to he the pride of Phi Gamma. Those of us who remember the time when
Society Spirit ran high recall tbe silver-tongued orator. When James left the Liberal Arts he
was greatly missed, both on the athletic field and in the Forum. With that quiet, easy manner
and winning way, we predict for him not only a successful career, but a happy home.
Should life all labor be?''
Paul Reviere, B.S.
Entered College Fall of '17; Delta Tau Delta Fraternity; Football, '17, '19, '20; Freshman
Baseball. '18; Cadet Corps, '18; Non-Corn. R. O. T. C. '10; French Club. '19.
Paul has been with us four vears, and during that time he has made many friends who wish
him all tbe success that be wishes for himself. His good-natured attitude toward everything in
general makes him a likeable fellow. So far as we know nothing ever disturbs his equanimity-
whatever that means—and we hope he will retain this easy air, because it is refreshing.