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When: 01 January 1908

Identifier: phoenix1908cumb
Title: The Phoenix
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: Cumberland Univ.
Subjects: Cumberland University (Lebanon, Tenn.) yearbooks
Publisher: Cumberland University
Contributing Library: Cumberland University, Vise Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation


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is Means J. T.—June (Two) lips so sweet,And Baker W. H.—Wonderful Head, hard to beat.There is Hines C. C.—The Cunning Craftsman,And Taylor B. G. -The Bundle of Goodman.Dr. Bone W. P.—Wise Procurator, you know,And Bullock C. C.—Coming Clerg\^man so slow.There is Woodard J. H.—Staunch Jay Hawker, so brave,And Ashburn J. O.—the Jogger On so knave.There is Moore E). ly.—Barnest Ivearner so keen,And Grafton L/. D.—a Ivearned Dr., I ween,And Haynes A. B.—Astute Bunco man, the number thirteen. Literary T. Lv. Cravens W. H. Watson Law Motto:—Bqual to prosxaerity, superior to adversity.The following Manericks had the searing iron applied to theirsides and were received into the corral.Kli Nicholson, Brander.Pat Dougherty, Keeper of Brands.Mike Murphy, Foreman of Ranch. The rest of the bunch received the degree of gentlemsn of Bovenia.M. y/. Shelly C. E. Cary, Jr. Iv. D. Collings R. H. Baskin W. R. Blackshear R. Fenlaw M. S. Jones Fred M. Lewis O. F. Wolff C. A. Toler 147

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Fairest Flo^^er Show Me A Mule ColorGreen Yel! Hee Hawl And her name was Maud! ObjectTo develop the faculty of ????? Officers F. K. Farr, President C W. Sample, V. President W. W. Reynolds, Secretary J. C. BiGBEE, Treasurer C. W. Smith, Historian W. F. Bradley, Poet J. C. BigbeeF. K. FarrC. W. Sample W. F. BradleyW. W. ReynoldsC. W. Smith You have heard of the beer that made Milwaukee famous,and of the whiskey of old Kentucky, but heres to the Mis-souri Mule, the farmers best source of revenue, the dray-mans friend, and the nations necessity in war.May her kind never cease;May her valve ever increase;And it will always please — [The Missourian. 148


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