N presenting this volume of the Emory Campus to the students, fac¬
ulty, alumni and friends of Emory College, we have no apologies to
make. We acknowledge that this book has its many imperfections and
by no means fulfills the requisites of a typical college annual. We have
tried, however, to treat every phase of college life as it is found here
in Oxford. So far as we have succeeded it is left to the reader to
decide whether we have made a success or a failure.
It is needless for us to tell of the trials and troubles which this volume has cost,
but the editors and friends have felt that they have labored in behalf of a good pur¬
pose. We hope that in after-years, when the old walls of Emory know not this stu¬
dent-body as students, but as those who have left her class-rooms forever, this annaul
will furnish a source of pleasant recollections to them.
We have tried to mix the serious and the gay, to picture the college man as he
To our friends who have assisted us in this publication, we extend our most
Geo. M. Acree, Literary Editor.
John M. Ottler, Business Manager.