James Parks Hanner, Jr., A.B.
Phi Delta Theta Feateenity.
Pexdragon Honor Club.
Professor of Modern Languages.
A.B., Yanderbilt University, 1894; Professor
of Modern Languages and History, Milsaps
College, 1894-1900; Student University of Chi¬
cago, summer quarter of 1896; Student in Uni¬
versity of Leipzig and in Barcelona, 1900-1901;
Professor of Modern Language, Emory Col¬
lege, since 1901.
Frederick Newton Duncan, A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of Biology.
A.B., Indiana University, 1900, and A.M,
1901; Student Indiana Biological Station, sum¬
mer of 1902 ; Teacher of Science, Central Nor¬
mal College, 1898; Assistant in Chemistry, In¬
diana University, 1900-01 ; Associate Professor
of Chemistry, Southwestern University, 1901-
02; Acting Professor of Biology, Emory Col¬
lege, 1902-03; Professor of Chemistry, 1903-
06; Clarke University, 1905-06, and Ph.D.,
06; and Professor of Biology, since 1906.
Edward Kimnrough Turner, Ph.D.
Alpha Tau Ojiega Fraternity.
Pendeagon Honor Club.
Professor of the Latin Language and Literature.
A.B., Southern University, 1890, and A.M.,
1892; Fellow, Vanderbilt University, 1893-
95, and M. A., 1895 ; Headmaster, Bridgeport,
Ala., Training School, 1895-97; Principal of
Sub-Freshman Department, Southern Univer¬
sity, 1897-98; and Adjunct Professor of Mod¬
ern Languages, 1898-99, and Professor of An¬
cient Languages, 1899-1900; Student at Leip¬
zig, Berlin, Halle-Wittenberg, 1900-02, and
Ph.D., 1902; Professor of Greek, Southern
University, 1900-03 ; Professor of Latin, Emory
College, since 1903.