"With just enough learning lo misquoh ."
LAURIE H. BATTLE, Ph.B.
Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity; Phi Gamma
Literary Society; Secretary and Treasurer
class 1912; Relay Team, T0-T1-T3; Foot¬
ball Team, T2-T3; Basketball Team, '12-
'13; Baseball Team, T2-'13; Manager of
Baseball Team, T2-T3; Re-entered School
Fall of 1914; Football Team, '14; Basket¬
ball Team, '15; All-Emory BaSKetbal] Team,
'15; Ministerial Association.
Here comes one with a smile, one worth
whi.e. Laurie can banish the darkest cloud
or stir to merriment the gloomiest heart. His
motto in: "Never shoot a prof, unless it be
absolutely necessary." and he seems to ob¬
serve it admirably. His idea is: ''Do your
work, but do not make it burdensome." When
you get ready to sign that support-unto-
death-do-us-part contract, Laurie is just the
man to seek. A bright and useful career
"1 shall die like that tree, I shall die at
CHAS. E. BICKLEV, Ph.B..
Member and Director Few Literary So¬
ciety; Florida Club; Honor Roll, '11, '12,
'13, '14; Fresh. Debater, '12; Athletic Com.
12-T3; Soph. Debater, '13; Football Team,
11, '12, '13, 14; Censor-Morum Few; Mid-
Term Debate, T4; Track Team, '14; Ju¬
nior Commencement Speaker, '14;: Pres.
Few, '15; Baseball Team, '13, 14; Y. M. C.
A.; Impromptu Debater, '14; Few Anni¬
versary Poet, '14; Athletic Editor "Cam¬
pus," '15; Pres. Florida Club, '14; Junior
Respondent senior Dismissal, Few., '14; Se¬
nior Com. Orator, '15.
Bickley is from a country where he says
they grow men, but unfortunately. Charlie
left when quite a youngster. But most of
his college days he has spent singing songs
of that land of spring. Just why he left such
an Eden to dwell in Oxford has never been
satisfactorily explained. He seems endowed
with an extraordinary imagination. All his
profs, think he is a hard student, but its all