December 22d.—Xmae holidays.
January ist.—Boys swap lies about what they did at home.
January 5th.— Effects of Georgia prohibition law are felt keenly by the faculty, and as a
result many of the professors are confined to their rooms for lack of their accus¬
January roth—isth.—Coming events cast their shadows before them and "xams" loom
up in all of their unmitigated dread.
January 22d.—"Xams" begin and all engage in a precipitate rush for the coveted "six."
February ist.—"Xams" end and with them many a poor devil's hope for a rise.
February 8th.—Basketball is practiced some.
February 15th.—"Pep" and "Oedipus" experiment with catching rats.
February 22d.--Washington's birthday. Celebrated by orations from W. H. Beckham and
T. M. Sullivan.
February 24th.—The seniors test the refractory powers of the Atlanta photographer, and
have their banquet at the Piedmont Hotel.
February 27th.—Senior class presents Dr. Peppier with a gold-headed cane —no reflections
on his walk.
February 2gth. — Oxford old maids give thanks fur the privileges of leap year.
March ist.—Baseball practice commences.
March 5th.—Bryan and Townsend are selected for the Emory-Wofford debate.
March 7th.--Phi Gamma Literary Society's 71st anniversary celebrated.
March 15th.—Protracted meeting commences and continues for one month.
March 16th.— Baseball season opens.
March 20th.—"Ferdy" Duncan and "Bully" Felker embrace.
March 25th.—"Ceph" Stone wages war on the campus and plants some flower beds.
March 30th.—"Foxy" Farmer takes a trip to Milledgeville—barely escapes the asylum.
April 5th.—"King .James" appoints "Pug" Smith to be his life long valet.
April 6th.—Spring term debate won by Phi Gamma.
April 13th.—Field Day.
April 13th—Recital by Brenan ladies.
April 15th.—-Senior class tree day.
April 16th.— Freshmen and Sophomore's contest for speaker's places.
April 23d.— Dr. Dickey entertains the Seniors.
April 26th.—-Memorial Day celebrated. Professor Stone, Walter H. Beckham and Irby
Henderson make addresses.
May 4th.—-Phoenix editors elected.
May 18th.—Seniors are tendered a reception by Few and Phi Gamma Literary societies.
June 7th.—Commencement Sunday.
June 10th.—Commencement Day. Old 1908 class departs. God bless her!
Sullivan (to Hutchinson on traveling rings in gym): "Go on, Hutch, doi.'t take so long."
Hutch- "How can I go on? The only ring that's unoccupied is the one I'm on."
As Horace Used To Sing It.
Pater et mater solvent debita omnia et nos ludimus,
Amicae aemulationis scholae rixae, eja!
Summum ut necesse excoji tennis, quid fecerimus
Quam pecunia erogavimus ita.
Prof. Shingler: "Mr. Starr, name a geological phenomenon which to you is difficult to
Starr'"One that I don't understand is how bituminous coal is transformed into an-