HAYWOOD J. PEARCE, JR., A.B.
Entered College Fall 1910.
D.V.S., Phi Delta Theta Fraternity; Ed¬
itor-in-Chief Emory Phoenix; Champion De¬
bater, ' 1 2-' 1 3 ; President Phi Gamma Lit¬
erary Society; Intercollegiate Debating
Team, Emory-Emory and Henry College,
'13; Impromptu Debate, ' 1 2-' 1 3; Sopho¬
more Speakers Place; Spring Term Debate,
Ml; Fall Term Debate, Ml; Phi Gamma
Anniversary Orator, '12; Phoenix Essay
Medal, 12; Sophomore Declaimers Medal;
Junior Outing Speaker; Senior Banquet
Speaker; Asst. Sec. Intercollegiate Debate
Council; Owls Social Club; Sec. Pan-Hel¬
lenic Council, M 1-M 2 ; Sigma Rho Social
Club; Coffee House Club; Football Team,
M O-'l 1 -M 2 ; Captain Football Team, '12;
Treas. Intercollegiate Atheletic Committee.
"Stumpy" is known to his friends as a theorist of
ability and some have said that he was a rival of
"Pug." And it is rumored that he is the father of
the "Oxford Literary Club," etc.
He is a very eloquent speaker—evidently he must
be to persuade each of five girls that they are THE
He is small in stature, but a mighty man among women."