Edward Kimbbough Turner, Ph.D.
Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity.
Professor of Latin Language
A.B., 1890 and A.M., 1892, Southern Univer¬
sity; Graduate Fellow, 1893-95, and A.M., 1895,
Vanderbilt University; Head Master of Vander-
bilt Training School, Bridgeport, Ala., 1895-'97;
Principal Sub-Freshman Department, Emory Col¬
lege, 1897-'98; Adjunct Professor of Modern Lan¬
guages, lS98-'99; Professor Ancient Languages,
1899-1900, Southern University; Student at Leip-
sig, Berlin and Halle-Wittenhurg, 1900-1902; Pro¬
fessor of Greek, Southern University, 1902-1903:
Professor of Latin, Emory College, since 1903.
Douglas Rumble, A.M.
Adjunct Professor of
A.B., Emory College, 1904; Teacher Broxton,
Ga., 1904-'05; Adjunct Professor of Mathematics.
Emory College, 1905-'07; A.M., Emory College,
1907; Graduate Student, Harvard University,
1907-'09; A.M., Harvard University, 1908; Acting-
Professor of History and Economics, Emory Col¬
lege, 1908-'10; Adjunct Professor of Mathematics,
Emory College, 1910-'14; Professor of Mathe¬
matics, South Western University, 1914-'15; Ad¬
junct Professor of Mathematics, Emory College.