His life teas gentle, and the elements so mixed
in him that Nature might stand up and sag
to (dl the world—This is n Man.
GEO. MacDONALD ACREE, B.S.
Entered College Fall 1910
Chi Phi Fraternity; Few Literary Society;
Ministerial Association; Y. M. C. A.; Pan-
Helienic Council; Owls Social Club; Sphinx
Social Club; Commencement Speaker, '11;
Spring Term Debate, '13; Literary Editor
Emory Campus, '14; Fleeted to Junior and
Senior Relay Team.
George "Mary" Acree is one of the twen¬
ty-six most prominent men in the class of
'14—in fact, he has always stood at the head
of the class (rod). He is conspicuous in all
branches of college activities, either by ex¬
cellence or absence. Considering it beneath
his dignity to mingle his person with the
ruffianly horde of football players and soil
his honest self in the dust of the gridiron, he
has refrained from that sport, thus avoid¬
ing any danger he might have incurred of
spraining his intellect, which Mary is saving
to get off Calculus. He bears the distinction
of being one of the two ministerial students
of whom the class boasts (or apologizes).
'IND A PREACHER TOO///