Wic.iitman Fletcher Melton. Ph.D.
Kappa Alpha Fraternity
Professor of English Language and Literature
Student, Southern University, 1887; Licentiate of
Instruction, Peabody School for Teachers, 1889;
Teacher in Public Schools of Alabama and Florida,
1889-'92; President Florida Conference College, 1892-
'95; Vice-President Nashville College for Young
Ladies, 1895-'97; President Tuscaloosa, Alabama,
Female College. 1897-1903; Student and Fellow by
Courtesy, Johns Hopkins University, 1903-'06; and
Ph.D., 1900; Head of Department of English, Balti¬
more City College, 1906-'08; Professor of English
Language and Literature, Emory College, since 1908;
Member of the Florida Conference, 1892-'95; North
Alabama Conference, 1895-'9(i; Baltimore Conference,
1906-'08; North Georgia Conference, since 1908.
Douglas Rumble, A.M.
Adjunct Professor of Mathematics
A.B., Emory College, 1904; Teacher, Broxton, Ga.,
1904-'05; Adjunct Professor of Mathematics, Emory
College, 1905-'07; A.M., Emory College, 1907; Grad¬
uate Student Harvard University, 1907-'09; A.M.,
Harvard University, 1908; Acting Professor of His¬
tory and Economics, Emory College, 1909-TO.