INDEX
many functions, 54 ff., 55 f., gives
information on Bursar's office;
secures uniform system of standard
accounting, 55 f.; opinion on foot
ball, 109 f.; tennis, 118; and wife,
529
Flack, H. E., 248
Flack, Dr. R. E., professor of Bac-
teriology and Pathology, 354
Fleagle, F. K., 182
Fleming, Dr. Wm., 363
162 n.; superintendent of hospital,
346
Earnshaw, Mrs. E. B., 376; secretary
to President, 28 n.
Earp, C. B., 83, 416, 463; debater, 104
Easley, J. A., 77, 415, 437; pastor, 79
Eatman, D., 53, 411 n.; professor of
Education, 43; trainer of choir, 73;
trains quartette, 74
Educational trend, 138 ff.
Edwards, W. B., 182
Ehringhaus, E. B., greetings, 285
Eller, W. H., collection of books, 161
Ellington, E. P., librarian, 148, 150
Ellington, Royster & Co., contractors,
201
Elliott, Kyle, basketball, 108
Ellis, F. M., 263
Emerson, A. J., 249
Emmerson, Fred, 109, 115; assistant
coach, 377
English, department of, 39 f.
Entrance Requirements and Cur-
riculum, Chapter III, pp. 17-26
Evans, H. M., and wife, books and
bookplates, 163
Evans, R. L., 420
Evolution, Chapter XI, "Science, Evo
lution," pp. 119 ff.; alarm in South-
ern States over, 123 f.; attitude of
Baptists, 131; controversy thought
harmful, 132 f.; Baptists willing
to forget, 134
Ewing, Miss Ellen W., Cataloguer,
149
F
Faculty, Chapter XXXIV 1834, to
June, 1943, 465-481; salaries of,
422 f.; and curriculum under
Kitchin, Chapter XXXI, 410-23; and
officers, Chapter V, 34-59
Faircloth, W. T., 234, 248
Faunce, W. H. P., 282
Feezor, F. C., 289 n.; preaches in
revival, 437
Ferguson, F. C., 210 Ferguson, W. R.,
191 Ferrell, W. J., 5 n., 69, 145
Few, W. P., 374 n.; greetings, 285
Fielden, S., 463
Finley, J. H., 267
Fires, 214 f.
Flexner, Abraham, 342 n.
Folk, E. E., 82, 118, 249, 417, 463
Football, list of coaches, 112 n.;
restored, 109 ff.; stadium, 218 Foote, J.
H., 82
Foreign languages, in High Schools,
24 ff.; study affected by high
schools, 413 f.
Fosdick, H. E., 249, 264
Ford, W. H., on Gaines, 389 n.
Foushee, H. A., 286
Foushee, W. L., 406
Fowle, D. G., literary address, 266
Fowler, H. D., 286
Fowler, J. E., 286
Fraternities, introduce new social life,
444 f.
Freeman, Douglas S., 248; literary
address, 267
French, G. R., 227
Freshman Cap, 58 f.
"Friends of Library," 165
Fry, R. 0., 308
Fuller, Ellis A., in revival, 372, 388
Fuller, Valeria (Mrs. Paul Owensby),
assistant to law librarian, 319, 322
G
Gaddy, C. F., 182
Gaines, F. P., 24, 248, 374, 376, 406,
422; administration of, Chapter
XXII, 369-394; president, 393 f.;
reception at Wake Forest, 371 f.;
proposes building program, 381;
concern for religious life, 373 f.;
public inauguration, 373 f.; in-
augural address outline, 374; in-
terest in welfare of faculty mem-
bers, 378; receptions, 383; "small
cultural college," 383 ff.; plan for
small college approved by Executive
Committee, 384; objection to plan
for small college, 385; plan brings
decrease in number of students,
386 f.; religious life of college,
387 f.; gains in influence and reputa-
tion, 388; called to Washington and
Lee University, 388; resolutions on
by Trustees, 389; changes in curric-
ulum, 390; progress of College
under, 397 f.
Gaines, L. M., 209, 211; professor of
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