History of the Senior Class
N THE brink of the yawning chasm which takes a formidable array of
college men from the world of theory to the lighting stage of life, it
is necessary that a historian pause—stop—consider, what has been
accomplished: Only bare facts must be the credentials which this body
of men will present to the employers for life.
It is an interesting, peculiar and queer coincident that the class of 1915 should
have begun their senior year mid the riotousness of the world's greatest conflict,
where nations are tearing each other asunder. It is from the stricken field of col¬
lege life that Emory men will rise to build the higher stories of the structure already
begun with a secure foundation.
The class of 1915 is a wonder. As evenly balanced as the spheres which whirl
in their orbits, this class has worked in a remarkable channel of harmony with the
one common purpose of victory. The reward has been success.
A careful perusal of this publication will acquaint the reader with the facts
and accomplishments of this 15 class. They need no introduction; its history has
been written in the burning letters of reality which have been tinted with action.
Cranston Williams, Historian.