RALEIGH H. GINN.
"For he was the funniest fellow ever."
The next specimen in our gallery belongs to that
species of bird so popular with ex-President Roosevelt,
and really and truly, he is a "bird." He entered the
S. D. C. in the fall of 1908 and has stuck to it like a
leech. He always has the latest jokes and parodies, and
we, one and all, will guarantee that if he does as good
ethical practical dentistry as he does his extremely practi¬
cal sallies of wit at the expense of his class-mates, he
will be a peer in the grand old profession and an honor
to both his class-mates and his Alma Mater, and we
know that he is capable.
Raleigh H. Ginn was born at High Shoals, Ga.,
Sept. 17th, 1888.
Secretary Class 1908-09; Quizmaster on Materia Medica
WALLACE W. GRIFFIN.
"Just a happy-go-lucky fellow was lie."
Some of you who spend your time venturing around
the country have probably heard of a place known as
Moundville, Ala., where some twenty years ago a smiling
boy was born. He was christened Wallace Wayne Griffin.
Here he attended the public schools afterwards going to
the University of Alabama. Whether it is in the air or
in his blood or whether it was the monotony of the far-off
town that drove him to study dentistry, I do not pretend
to say H' distinguished himself while in college tor his
congenial disposition, being a man of high ideals and
sterling qualities, and it is safe to say he will achieve great
success in his chosen profession. He manifested an
active interest in athletics, being a member of the Basket
Ball Team 1908-09, Base Ball 190S-09, Base Ball 1909-10,
Tennis Team 1909-10, Tennis Team 1910-11.
Wallace Wayne Griffin was born at Moundville. Ala.,
July 7th, 1889.
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