'The glass of fashion and the mould of form.
The observed of all observers.
WILLARD WADSWORTH IRVINE.
Entered College, Fall '09.
Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity;
Gamma Literary Society; Secretary,
12; Censor-morum, 12; President,
Coffee House Club; Honor Roll. '09,
Freshman-Sophomore Debate, 10; Mid-
Term Debate, II; Champion Debate, 13;
Intercollegiate Debating Team, II, 12;
Sophomore Outing Speaker, St. Patrick's
Day; Senior Banquet Speaker, 13; Junior
Respondent to Valedictorian, 12; Delegate
to Georgia Student Association, II, 12,
'13; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Secretary and
Treasurer, '12, '13; Assistant Business Man¬
ager Campus, 11, 12; Business Manager
Campus, 12, 13; Charles and Eugenia
Sanders Medal, '12; Intercollegiate Ath¬
letic Committee, '13.
A pleasant gent; possessed with a very suave man¬
ner, however, and gifted with a preternatural facil¬
ity in the use of "sesquipedaha verba," which he
delights to set free for the benefit of admiring un¬
derclassmen. This familiarity with Webster's Una¬
bridged stood him in good stead last year when
called upon by the Freshmen to outline his politi¬
cal platform. Having no opposition, he was tri¬
umphantly elected Business Manager of the Campus
by a safe majority. Willard is well known as an
accomplished "Rook" shark, and also for his lady-
killing abilities. For authority for this statement.
ask Willard himself.