CHARLES W. PEPPLER, Ph.D.
Phi Beta Kappa Fraternity.
Pendragon Honor Club.
Professor of Greek Language and Literature.
A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1892, and
Ph.D., 1898; Hopkins Scholar, 1889-90; Honor¬
ary Hopkins Scholar, 1890-92; University Schol¬
ar, 1892-94; Fellow, 1895-96; Professor of Greek
in Emory College, since 1898. Student in the
University of Berlin, 1902.
EDGAR HUTCHINSON JOHNSON, A.M.
Professor of History and Political Economy.
S.B., Emory College, 1891; Professor of
Mathematics, Quitman College (Ark ), 1891-93;
Student Johns Hopkins University, 1893-95;
S.M., University of Chicago, 1899; Adjunct
Professor of Mathematics, Emory College, 1895-
1900; Professor of History and Political Econ¬
omy, Emory College, since 1900.; A.M., Harvard
B. A. WISE, A.M., Ph.D.
Phi Beta Kappa Society.
A.B., Randolph-Macon College, 1897, A.M.,
1898; Professor of Latin, Randolph-Macon
Academy, 1897-1901; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins,
1905; Professor of Latin, Belmont School, 1905-
06; Professor of English, Milsaps College, 1906-
07; Professor of English, Emory College, 1907-