J. EDWIN BARNHILL, Ph.B.
Entered College Fall 1910.
Member Few Literary Society; Minis¬
terial Association, and Secretary, ' I 2-'I 3 ;
Y. M. C. A.; S. G. C. Club; Spring Term
Debate, II; Special Gymnasium Class, II;
Welcome Address Few Anniversary, II;
Chairman Board of Directors Few Society,
'12, '13; Class Chaplain, 'II, '12. '13;
Georgia Students Missionary Convention,
II; Spring Term Debate, 12; Impromptu
Debate, 12; Editor-in-Chief of The Emory
Campus, ' I 3.
J. Edwin has led a checkered career at Emory.
He is a consistent booster of South Georgia, and
the S. C. G. Club. He is a very consistent debater.
having upheld the standard of his literary society
before the public on several occasions. His polit¬
ical ability landed him the plum of the Annual.
and he has spent his Senior year reposing in the
revolving chair which goes with this high office.
' Sometimes it is easiest to number your successes
by counting the chances you did not tafye."