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[[blue decorative border]] [[image - black and white photograph of Cyril Clarence Ollivierre]] CYRIL CLARENCE OLLIVIERRE, B.S., "Olivery" Port of Spain, Trin., B.W.I. Chi Delta Mu This lad is one of our real cognoscenti who does not believe that the mere study of medicine should cause one undue exertion, or call him from contemplation and reflection upon matters elucidated in the Mercury, Bookman, New Republic, etc. He took his bachelor's degree from Howard after some time at St. Mary's College in Trinidad. Cyril is fond of tennis and was one of those who represented us in the freshman sophomore football incidents. The Caribbean Club elected him its vice-president in '26. Dr. Ollivierre expects to interne at Freedmen's and practice tropical medicine in Java. Unstable as the waters. GEORGE RODOLPHUS PARKER, "Mysterious Silent" "Rodolphus" came to us from the Hill, and due to his peculiar reticence and uncanny maneuvers became known to us as the mysterious lad from "nowhere." "Silent's" habit of always coming to examinations and classes at the very last minute and attending to important matters in the same manner, has caused him an unfortunate circumstance at this last minute with the treasurer's office. We all wish him luck and success. Old silent. Why worry? [[image - black and white photograph of George Rodolphus Parker]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[image - black and white photograph of Samuel O'Brien Payne]] SAMUEL O'BRIEN PAYNE, B.S., "Payne" Georgetown, British Guiana This is one of our serious-minded brethren who keeps aplugging away and shows results. He started out at the Brickdam Catholic School in Georgetown, then went to Queen's College, British Guiana and finished up at Howard. He liked the track and used to sprint a bit. If on Long Island in a year or so, look him up. He will probably interne at Freedmen's and specialize in gynecology. Alopecia areata! Nurses' Encyclopedia. JAMES ROBERT PORTER, "Bob" Washington, D.C. Omega Psi Phi Well, well, well,--here's Doctor "Jim" Porter, the real social ambassador of the capital city. The elementary schools of Washington and Howard University can all boast of their plugging prodigy. "Bob" is very quiet (still waters run deep) and almost mysterious. if you don't know him--but he is a likeable chap--especially by the ladies. "Bob" plans to spend a year with "Pa" Warfield and set up offices on Fourth Street, N.W. The original sheik. A hot papa! [[image - James Robert Porter]]
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