J. HAMBY BARTON, A.B.
Pine Log, Ga.
Entered College 1908.
Member of Few Literary Society; Mem¬
ber of the Ministerial Association; Y. M. C.
A.; Chaplain of the class of 1908-'09;
President of Class 1909-'10; 1910-'ll;
Mid-Term Debater, 1910; Honor Roll,
I909-'10; Secretary and Treasurer of the
Ministerial Association, 1909-'10; Vice-
President of the Woodrow Wilson Club,
191 1-12; Few Anniversary Orator, 1912;
President of Few Literary Society, 1913.
J. Hamby emerged from some place in Bartow
County in the fall of 1908. and entered Emory.
He may be numbered among the very few who
served time in Subdom and who now have the dig¬
nity of Senior.
For some unknown reason J. Hamby has a greater
amount of affection than usual for his name—the
one for which the "H" stands. Maybe his recent
trip to Augusta would tell why.
"For strong limits can not hold love out.''