The writer has not been able in the brief space alloted him,
to enter into all the traits of character which make Mr. Jones
a leader in his society and class. By nature gifted with an
analytic and splendid mind, he has improved it by systematic
reading and study. He has the reputation of being the best
read student in the University, and his addresses always show
the thought and research that betoken the scholar. Mr. Jones
has always been an active factor in all that concerns the spirit
ual welfare of the University; he has been a member of the Y.
M. C. A. of the University since its inception, and moreover
occupies the responsible position of Chaplain of the Senior
class. Quiet and unassuming in disposition, he has those qual
ities of mind which cannot fail to make him a leader among
men. It needs no prophetic eye to see him in the near future
one of Georgia’s most prominent young men, endowed by nature
with splendid mind laden with the knowledge which his
thorough scholarship at the University has given him, charac
terized by a moral purpose which knows no suspicion of evil,
he goes out into the world well equipped for its many battles.
With such young men there are nc possibilities too lofty to be
realized, there are no hopes too ambitious to find satisfaction,
there are no realms of fancy to which the flight of time does
not offer admission.