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L. Wnrdlnw Smith, Spartanburg.
C. T. Sinipn-n.. .. .. .. ..(Euphradlan)
W. B. Klugh. ----.... (Claros6phic)
L. A. Dule---.. ......(Clarosophic)
W. It. James.. ........(Euphradian)
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Y. M. C. A.
PmUNTiD nY Tn14 STATe Co.
COLUMI:IA, S. C., OCTOBER 23, 1908
The football team returned Sunday
afternoon from Athens, where they
were defeated by the University of
Georgia, and there were only about a
dozen fellows at the station to wel
come them home. This is college
spirit, isn't it? Don't let this happen
again, boys. The next time the team
comes back fron a trip, win or lose,
let's go to the depot in a body and
show our appreciation for the fight
they have put up for CAROLINA.
ONE OF THE OBLIGATIONS
WE OWE TO THE
Next week will be fair week, and
there will be thousands of visitors
from all parts of the State in Colum
bia. Naturally the University of
South Carolina will be one of the
points of interest. In the words of
Governor Ansel, "South Carolina is
looking at )ol today." Let every stu
dent remember when the people look
at him that they are looking at him as
a representative of the University of
South Carolina. Now, there are times
when every one is apt to forget him
self, but we should be ever mindful of
the fact that we are for CAROLINA,
and do all in our power to make the
best impression possible.
J.. G. Hughes, Law 'oo, is practicing
in Union, S. C.
V. P. Herbert, '03, is chief assist
ant surgeon in Saint Luke's Hospital,
South Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
T. WN. Malloy, '04, is in the mercan
tile business in Cheraw.
T. M. Lyles, '06, has made Spartan
burg his home, and is there engaged in
the practice of law.
P. M. Macmillan, Law 'o6, is *a
member of the Charleston bar.
E. C. Mann, Law 'o6, is lracticing
law in Darlington.
13. F. Wyman, Law '06, is an active
member of the Aiken bar.
J. T. Gettys, Law 'o6, is a member
of the firm so long known as Nelson &
Nelson, of Colimbia.
J. A. Wheeler, 'o6, is a partner in
the Marion Wholesale Grocery Com
pany, one of the leading wholesale
houses of that section of the State.
S. H. Wilds, 'o6. is engaged in
farming in Darlington County.
0. E. Thomas, '06, is in the cm
ployment of the General Electric Co.
of Schenectady, N. Y.
J. H. Rogers, 'o6, is teaching at his
home, Society Hill, S. C.
E. B. Andrews, 'o6, is preparing for
the ministry at the University of the
S. R. Lucas, 'o6, has returned to
Charleston Medical College.
D. B. Anderson, '06, of Edgefield, is
farming in Spartanburg County, near
John Rainsford, 'o7, is fatming itf
W. B. Marion, 'o6, is teaching in the
Chester High School.
Eugene H. Blake, '07, is principal of
the McClellanvillc Graded School.
D. A. Carmichael, '07, is an en
gineering student of Cornell Univer
Vernie Cook, '07, is assistant to
Professor Banks in the Hyatt Park
T. IV. DuBose, '07, has returned to
the South Carolina Medical College.
N. B. Heyward, '07, is a medical
student at the College of Physicians
and Surgeons, New York.
Allen Jones, '07, last year of Massa
chusetts Tech., is now a "technic" of
R. D. Lee, '07, has returned to the
Law School of the Uiniversity of Vir
J. H. Gibbes, 'o8, has entered the
Medical School of John Hopkins Uni
J. E. McDonald, Law 'o8, is a mem
ber of the firm of McDonald & Son, of
J. B. Davis, 'o8, has a position in
the "Bank of Winnsboro" in his home
E. H. Henderson, Law 'o8, is P-ac
ticing his profession at Barnwell, and
is also a member, of the firm of Hen
derson & Son, of Aiken.
J. M. -lemphill, 'o8, is reading law
in the office of his father in Chester.
R. K. Foster, '05, receives his M. D.
at the South Carolina Medical College
Alma Mater is always glad to hear
of the success of her sons, and we beg
of you not to lose interest in Caro