"He nas u man, take him for all in all.1'
William Taylor Turner, B.S.
Pi ivappa Alpha Fraternity : Freshman and Sophomore years at Meridian College ; Class Foot¬
ball Team. '19, '20; Glee flub. '20; 2nd Lieutenant. R. (). T. C, '211 ; Varsity Track squad, '20;
Pan-Hellenic Council; First Violinist, University Orchestra, '21 ; Double Quartette. '20; Class Relay,
'20; Chairman Vigilance Committee; All-Emory Football, '19, '20; Captain Senior Football, '20;
"E" Club; American Leirion.
Rill Turner is the epitome of that class of "good sports" so aptly described by the archaic
writers of bygone days as "hail-fellow-well-met." Where his deep bass voice is heard he is known,
and where be is known he is liked. lie lives the life of a Toreador and I love him the more for it.
I can say of him as old Aretine's Autonia remarked, "Let me not live if 1 had not rather hear
thy discourse than see a play." In the parlor he is a demon ; on the quartette he is harmony
itself; on the football field be is "hardy as the Nemean lion's nerve": but in bis room he is plain
Bill. Rill, the athlete; Bill, the B. & O. fireman; Bill, the friend. The first shall he last and the
"And you must lore him, ere to you
Itr will scent worthy of your lute."
James Thompson Vann, B.S.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity; Phi Gamma Chapter of Alpha Phi Epsilon Literary Frater¬
nity; Beta Omricon Phi Social Club; Chi Sigma Chi Social Club; Owl's Social Club; Susie Dahm's
Social Club: Pan-Hellenic Council, '20, '21; President Pan-Hellenic Council, '21; Class Football,
'20, '21; Secretary-Treasurer Pan-Hellenie Council, '20; Student Assistant in Chemistry, '20, '21;
Technician Chemistry Department, '21; French Club, '18, '19, '20; German Club, 'IS, '19, '20;
Y. M. C. A.
Al first blush, it might seem from Vann's write-up that he is a social lion, a very "tea dog,"
as it were. lie's a member of about every social club on the campus, and yet he has that quality
which makes him as human and approachable as the humblest of us. He is the type of man whom
we would want for a friend—it's hard to give any higher praise than that.