F. A. Fetzer, Eugene Barnhardt,
W. A. Smith.
Alpha Tau Omega: John McLean, Kenneth and
Sumner Burgwin, Albert Stewart, Cameron McRae,
and Lee Horton, from the University of Virginia.
Tho New Lawyers
Of the sixty-two new lawyers to whom licenses
were granted by the Supreme Court at the
examination in August the following twenty-six were from
the University :
Samuel Hamilton Wiley, of Rowan; Carey Parks
Buchanan, of Mecklenburg; Robert Wright Strange,
of New Hanover; Carol Davis Taliaferro, of Meck-
lenburg; Edwin Thomas Cansler, Jr., of
Mecklenburg; Charles Ross, of Harnett; Jeremiah Perry
Zollicoffer, of Vance; Page Keen Gravely, of Nash;
John Clarence Daughtridge, of Edgecombe; Walter
Lowry Small, of Pasquotank; Joseph Daniels Eason,
of Wilson; Kenneth Ogden Burgwin, of Orange;
Henry Elliott Williams, of Cumberland; Luther By-
num Clegg, of Moore; James Southerland Patterson,
of Orange; Baxter Lee Fentress, of Guilford; Ovid
Winfield Jones, of Forsyth ; George Bason Mason, of
Gaston; Wade Hampton Childs, of Lincoln;
Alexander Hamilton Koonce, of Orange; William Henry
Rhodes, of Craven; James Giles Hudson, of Rowan;
Ernest Stanhope Delaney, of Union ; Wade Hampton
Williams, of Alexander; Charles Alexander Vogler,
of Forsyth ; Baxter Lloyd Baker, of Mecklenburg.
University Men in the Race for Political Honors
Among those who are directing the compaigns of
the Democratic, Republican, and Progressive parties
in North Carolina and the nominees for State and
Congressional offices, the University has contributed
Charles A. Webb, '89, Chairman of the Democratic
J. M. Morehead, '86, Chairman of the Republican
Z. V. Walser, '84, Chairman of the
Democratic Nominees for the United States Senate :
Walter Clark, '64; W. W. Kitchin, '87, Law.
Democratic Nominees for Congress : E. W. Pou, '85 ;
J. M. Faison, '81 ; C. M. Stedman, '61 ; H. L. Godwin,
'96, Law; E. Y. Webb, '93, Law.
Republican Nominees for Congress: C. F. McKes-
son, '69; G. B. D. Reynolds, '02, Law; R. H. Staton,
'00, Law; R. W. Herring, '03.
Democratic Nominees for State Offices: Locke
Craig, '8o, for Governor; T. \\ . Bickett, '93, Law, for
Attorney-General ; W. A. Graham, '60, for Commis-
sioner of Agriculture; J. Bryan Grimes, '86, for Secre-
tary of State; J. Y. Joyner, '81, for Superintendent of
Republican Nominees for State Offices: D. H. Bluir,
'99, Law, for Attorney-General; W. J. Andrews, '91,
for Secretary of State; J. Q. A. Wood, 'j^, for
Progressive Nominees for State Offices : George E.
Butler, '91, for Corporation Commissioner.
The New Instructors
la the Faculty the following changes were made at
commencement and during the summer :
Upon the resignation of Dr. Edwin Minis, who is
now head of the department of English at Vanderbilt
University, Dr. J. F. Royster, of the University,
assumed the direction of the department of English.
Dr. T. P. Cross, A.B., and A.M., Hampden-Sidney
College; Ph.D., Harvard; teacher, Norfolk High
School; instructor in English at Harvard; professor
of English, Sweet Briar College, has been added as
professor in the department.
Substituting as professor of Latin for Prof. George
Howe, who is spending the year on a leave of absence
in Europe, is Warren Stone Gordis, A.B. and A.M.,
University of Rochester; Ph.D., University of
Chicago; professor of Latin and acting president of
Stetson University; fellow in Latin and instructor,
University of Chicago ; professor of Latin Ottawa, Uni-
Kent J. Brown succeeds Dr. G. I'>. Yiles as associate
professor of German. 11is academic record and serv-
ice as a teacher are as follows: A. B., Dickinson
College; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania; University
of Berlin; University of Munich; tour years teacher
in preparatory school; instructor in German, Univer-
sity of Iowa.
J. N. Ware, instructor in French, now professor of
Romance languages in the University of the South, is
succeeded by E. F. Parker. \.M.. (if Harvard.
John E. Smith, M.S., becomes instructor in geology,
taking the place of T. A. Bendrat who is on a
commercial geological survey in Venezuela, Mr. Smith
took degrees at Oregon and Iowa State colleges. He
has studied at the University of Chicago, has worked
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