Kenneth Holmes McGregor, B.S.
Phi Delta Theta Fraternity ;D. V. S.; Athletic Editor
of Erakos; Basket-ball Team, '03; Baseball Team,
'04, '05, '06 and '07; Football Team, '05 and '06;
Relay Runner, '05 and '00; Captain of Field
K. II. McGregor entered the Sub-Freshman
Class in the fall of 1901. At the end of the
fall term Mac discovered that he was in too
slow company, so he dropped out a year to join
the ranks of 1907 in spring term Freshman.
He by no means believes in doing to-day what
may be deferred till to-morrow. This very
likely accounts for the fact that he deserted the
class of 190G to cast in his lot with the class of
1907. But McGregor is a great athlete and
the fundamental why of his appearance in the
present Senior Class is beyond all doubt to be
explained by the fact that this class was to
break all past records by latching on to two
football pennants as well as two baseball pen¬
nants. Whatever the reason for this change
may be, however, Mac knows a good thing when
he sees it.