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Clarksci Eugene Boyd, A.B., Ph.D.
Professor of Greek Language and Literature
A. B., Wofford College, 1896; Graduate Student.
Vanderbilt University, 1899-1900; A. M.. University
of Missouri (Fellow in Greek), 1901; Ph.D.. Univer¬
sity of Wisconsin. 1909; Fellow in Latin, 1907-'08;
Assistant in Latin. 1908-'09, University of Wisconsin.
Public Schools of South Carolina; Instructor in the
Preparatory Schools of South Carolina and Tennes¬
see; Assistant Professor of Ancient Languages, Cen¬
tral College. Fayette, -Missouri, 190(i-'07 ; Professor of
Classics in the Florida State College for Women.
1909-T3; Professor of Greek, Emory College, since
John Bradbury Peebles, B.E.
Sigma Phi Fraternity
Professor of Applied Mai hematics
Union University, 1900, B.E., in Electrical Engin¬
eering; Professor of Applied Mathematics, Wofford
College, 1908-']2; Professor of Applied Mathematics,
Emory College, since 1912.