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Patton, Jo, 402. Preparatory department, 11, 440.
Paul, C. B., 338. Prichard, R. S., 36; Phi. orator, 59.
Peek, G. A., 402. Prichard, Robert S., memorial page,
Peele, H. E., 397. 418.
Peeler, C. N., 346, 436. Pritchard, T. H., quoted, 24; 31, ad-
Pence, T. J., 349. vises Phi. Society on W. W. Holden,
Pennington, J. F., Phi. orator, 59. 59; 67, favors reopening of the Uni-
Pernell, Rev. P. H., 145. versity of North Carolina, 68; 74,
Perry, President F. J., 117. interest in endowment, 86; plans
Peterson, O. J., 343. for College, 87; 89, boys' and girls'
Phi Beta Kappa, 415. professorship of English, 97; 103 n,
Phi Kappa Beta, 413. on educational convention of July,
Philadelphia Record, 304. 1873, 107 n; 114, 119, 125, 127,
Phillips, A. R., 379. quoted, 136 n; 137, 150, 154, 155 n,
Phillips, B. H., 188. 159 n, on death of Wingate, 160 f;
Phillips, M. D., 145. elected president, sketch, 166 f;
Phillips, J. Y., 44. urges increase in number of stu-
Philomathesian Society, joins Eu. in dents, 169; public inauguration,
support of Wake Forest Student, 170 ff; 171, builds a house, 175;
394. lectures on manners, 175; revivals,
Physical culture, 212 f; department 178; prosperity of College under,
of, 268, 277 ff. 178 f; 180; religious life during
Picot, J. H., 26. presidency, 181 f; inaugural address,
Pittard, D. A., 377. 181 f; contribution to general educa-
Pittman, A. C., 183. tion, Chapter XIII, 184 ff; outline
Pittman, Rev. S. M., 145. of inauguration speech, 186 n;
Pittman, N. R., 145. speeches on education, 187 f; calls
Poindexter, Rev. A. M., declines meeting in Raleigh to oppose ap
agency, 86. propriation to University, 196; signs
Politics, students to take no part memorial to Legislature, 199; state
in, 57 f. ment of reasons for opposing ap-
Polk, Col. L. L., 170, 186, signs me- propriations, 200 f; last year at
morial to Legislature, 199. Wake Forest, Chapter XV, 203-07;
Pool, President Solomon, 61. publications, 203; supplies church
Poole, W. A., 30. in Philadelphia, 204; 206 f, accepts
Poole, Rev. W. B., 211. call to Louisville church, 207; 211,
Porter, S. J., 337, 339, 397. 215, 231, quoted, 234; 251, 293, 306,
Poteat, E. M., 182 f, 220, 250 n. 382, 450, 459.
Poteat, J. P., 31, 74, 459 n. Privott, W. S., 347.
Poteat, W. L., 33, 40, 43, tutor, 134; Proctor J. D. 347.
143, 156, 165, 172, Pritchard's esti- Progress of College, checked, 261;
mate of 172, 172 n, 181, 211, 214 under Chairman W. B. Royall, 220;
234, 265 f, 269 n, 270 f, 2, 24, "Progress and Retrenchment,"
343, 350, 365, 394, 398, 400, 411, 414, Chapter XIX, 248 ff; 1893-1905,
455, 479 308.
Powell, Rev. C. L., 145 Pruett, L. R., 336.
Powell, Miss May, legacy to Board Public Schools, in Reconstruction
of Education, 487. period, 45 f; progress promoted by
Powell, W. C., 131 n, treasurer of endowment campaign of 1873, 101,
Students Aid Fund, 149; pays part 101 n; in Raleigh, 104; condition
of W. Royall's salary, 172; 236 n. 1872, 101 f; interest of College
Powell, W. F., 338. in in, 105 f; interest of Baptists in,
Powell, W. R., baseball catcher, 318. 194 f; direct appropriations to
Powers, J. B., physician, 144; 345. initiated by alumni of College,
Powers, Bruce, 402. 305 ff; direct appropriations for op-
Powers, J. B., Jr., 343. posed by Presidents Alderman and
Powers, L. M., 145. McIver, 305; 306.
Powers, O. L., 338.
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