Cumberland University
Theological Department

 

Middle Theological Class
1904

Class Roll

 ARTHUR, ELIJAH
    A.B., Franklin College, Franklin, Ind.

Washington, Ind.

 BEARD, E. T.
    A.B., University of Nashville.

Saulsbury, Tenn.

BENNETT, S. M.
    Sumach Seminary.

Gaylesville, Ala.

BOSTICK, J. J.
    A.B., Lincoln College, Lincoln, Ill.

Irving, Ill.

CUDE, O. C.
    Bethel College.

Valley Mills, Texas.

DAVIS, G. S.
    Trinity University.

Memphis, Tenn.

HUBER, J. W.
    A.B., Lincoln College, Lincoln, Ill.

 

Atlanta, Ill.

JONES, R. R.
    General Assembly Course.

East Bethlehem, Pa.

LOVE, E. W.
    Barren Fork School.

Anderson, Ark.

PRICE, A. K.
    Cumberland University.

Whitwell, Tenn.

ROBISON, J. M.
    Cumberland University.

Nashville, Tenn.

ROBISON, G. D.
    Cumberland University

Nashville, Tenn.

SCROGGS, G. R.
    Ozark College.

Ash Grove, Mo.

STEVENS, H. W.
    A.B., National Normal University.

Metropolis, Ill.

TUCKER, P. D.
    A.B., Trinity Univeristy.

Vernon, Texas.

VERNON, JAMES F.
    Mineral Springs College.

Elsea, Ore.

WITTEMAN, C. H.
    B.S.D., State Normal College, Missouri.

Blairtown, Mo.

ZEIGEL, A. F.
    A.B., Missouri Valley College.

Booneville, Mo.

 

Middle Theological Class

A is for Arthur, big and stout,
Who loves to speak but drolls it out.

B is for Beard, called Whiskers by many,
Though it's a misnomer for he hasn't any.

B is for Bennett, so tall and so slim.
Who favors the Dean or a limber Jim.

Reverend Bostick has a son
  Who says his prayers every night;
Take a lesson, married Theologs,
  And train your children up right.

C stands for many things, especially Cude;
With hair parted right he is Pearson's dude.

Davis, you know, comes to his class every day,
But never comes in time his prayers to say.

H is for Huber, our one football man,
Whose make-up is on the billy-goat plan.

J is for Jones, the quiet little man,
Who winketh his eyes whenever he can.

L is for Love, from Arkansas State;
Crawfish and crabs his favorite bait.

P is for Price, from Tennessee State;
When the bluebirds come he's sure to mate.

R is for Robison, often called Dad,
With forty-five boys who are all very bad.

G. D. Robison, who always comes late;
If the Judgment's on time we know his fate.

S is for Scroggs, who is so big and fat,
Who sets his head and then stands patity-pat.

Reverend H. W. Stevens, whose wife is sure gone,
He may get another but she too will not stay long.

T stands for Tucker who talks all he can.
Shut him up? Never! It would "bu(r)st" the man.

V is for Vernon, from Orgon State,
Who'd best get married ere it is too late.

W is for Wittnman, our studious Cline;
Who will be our missionary in course of time.

Z is for Zeigle, a scholar strong,
Who calls the Prof's down when they go wrong.

[Source: The Phoenix, 1904, pages 74-76 (Cumberland University Annual)]


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