// is gentle manners that prove so irresistible to women.
TEL CLARENCE KIMBALL, Ph.B.
Entered College, Spring ' I 0.
Kappa Alpha Fraternity; D. V. S.; Phi
Gamma Literary Society; Alpha Epsilon Up-
silon Honorary Society; "Owls" Social Club;
"Coffee House" Literary Club; President
Pan-Hellenic Council, 1913; Junior Com¬
mencement Speaker, 1912; Senior Com¬
mencement Speaker, 1913; Honor Roll,
1910, 1911, 1912; Pasco Physics Medal,
191 I ; Washington's Birthday Orator from
Phi Gamma, 1912; Respondent to Wel¬
come Address, Few Anniversary, 1912;
Spring Term Debate, 1912; Phi Gamma
Anniversarian, 1913; I st Vice-President Y.
M. C. A., I912-'13; Secretary and Treas¬
urer of Class of 1913; Treasurer of Phi
Gamma, 1912-'13; Literary Editor Emory
Phoenix, 191 2-'I 3.
Tel is the Math shark of the Class, having early
formed a close friendship with Madam, hence his
electives in this department, which terminated in the
Senior Math, medal. Other roles in which he has
appeared are literary critic and "magna cum laude."
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