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disapprove of students' attending 218; 219, 243, 246, 250 n, 280, 331,
political meetings, 58; changing 355, 367, 433, 455, 461, 467.
personnel, 73 f. Varsar, L. R., 347 f, 436.
Tupper, Dr. H. M., 104, 236. Vass, W. W., 9, 97, 112, gives to
Tutors, list of, 133 f. endowment, 236 n.
Tattle, Rev. J. F., 145, 483. Vass, W. W., Jr., 349.
Turner, Eugene A., 339, 402. Vernon, J. H., 145.
Turner, J. Clyde, baseball catcher,
318; 338, 372. W
Tyler, W. H., 344. Waff, T. E., 425.
Tyree, W. C., 474. Waff, W. B., wins Latin medal, 176;
U
425.
Wait, Samuel, 6, 34, 42, 59, 84.
Underwood, Rev. F. R., 141. Wake Forest, Town of in 1866, Chap-
United Baptist Institute, 420. ter III, 33ff.
University of North Carolina, reopen- Wake Forest Baptist Church in 1865,
ing considered helpful to the Col- 4, 4 n; colored members, 5 n;
lege, 11; did not close in Civil War, pastors W. B. Royall and R. T.
16; suspension causes sorrow among Vann, 216 f.
Baptists, 61 ff; "Eclipse of the," Wake Forest Critic, local paper,
Chapter V, 61 ff; former faculty 313.
scattered, 61; Hooper's "fertilizing Wake Forest Student, quoted or re-
decay," 64; attitude of friends of ferred to, 2, 6, 9 f, 15, 31, 34, and
College to Reconstruction regime often; established 204; "In and
at University, 65; no Baptist on about College," 206, 216, 247; Taylor
faculty, 65; opposition to as a rival Memorial Number, 250; on baseball
of the Colleges, 67; Baptist favor team, 318; on baseball, 319 n; 371,
reopening as "a great university," Chapter XXVII, 393 ff; nature of
68; Baptists and Methodists on new contents, 395; stimulated literary
faculty, 69; friends of discriminate production, 396; alumni editors, 398;
against Baptists and Methodists "memorial" numbers; medium of
politically, 70; 106, "First Fight publication for members of faculty,
Against Appropriations to," Chap- 399; information on college life,
ter XIV, 190 ff; arguments against 399; contributions by members of
appropriations, 192 ff; appropria- faculty, 399 ff; discontinuance,
tion recommended by Governor 401 f; Appendix to Chapter XXVII,
Jarvis, 195; friends of offended by list of editors, 404 ff.
memorial of colleges to Legislature, Wake Forest Weekly, 402.
200; Pritchard's statement, 200 f; Wallace, D. R., 367.
competition, 261; ppropriations, Walters, A. E., 144.
293; 295. Walters, W. R., farmer, 209.
Upchurch, H. S., football rusher, Walters, W. T., 34, 75, bequest of
310 n. $1,000, 79; 89, 377, 454 ff, supports
Upchurch, W. G., gives to endowment, beneficiary, 457; 459.
276 n. Ward, D. L., wins Greek medal, 75;
V 183, 346.
Vacations, 204. Ward, G. W., 346, 348.
Vance, Gen. R. B., recommended for Warsaw Academy, 419.
head of Mars Hill orphanage, 138. Watson, John, gives to endowment,
Vance, Z. B., 68. 236 n.
Vann, A. R., 96. Watts, George, gives to Denmark
Vann, C. S., 144. Loan Fund, 149.
Vann, J. J., 144. Wayland, Dr. H. L., 125.
Vann, P. S., 343, 433. Weaver, C. P., 342 f, 433.
Vann, R. T., 132, 141, teacher, 143; Weaver, R. W., 343, 337, 402, 433,
214, pastor, 217; pleases as preacher, 444 n.
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