Secluded the dm of commerce and industry we have learned to love the shady
haunts of Emory's campus, and under her benign influence we have formed ties of friend¬
ship which bind us together in our loyalty to her.
With every rose there is a thorn, so amid the joys of a glad commencement occa¬
sion is the sadness of bidding farewell to forty five classmates who have borne each
others burdens and shared each others joys.
Whether in the sunshine or prosperity or in the shadows of adversity we will always
love and treasure the memories of our life at Emory.
Joel B. Mallet, Historian.