INDEX
Science, 51, 52, 156, 157, 161, 168,
373, 418
Peele, Herbert, urges restoration foot
ball, 111
Perkins, F. E., architect, 211
Perry, Bliss, 248; literary address,
535
addresses published, 273 f., 282, 335;
quoted Rankin, 342, 345 n., 374 n.,
377, 380, 393, 419, 422; sketch to
1905, 3 ff.; elected to presidency of
Mercer University, 5; orthodoxy,
5 n.; inaugural address, 7 f.; in-
267
Perry, B. A., 420
Perry, M. L., 420
Perry, Percival, 419
Pettus, T. F., 236
Pfohl, D. L., 76; memorial page, 396;
director of department of Music,
410
Pfohl, Bishop J. Kenneth, 410; and
Mrs. Pfohl, give chimes, 76
Pfohl, Mrs. J. K., 410
Pfohl Chimes, 76
Phi Beta Kappa, 463 f.
Phillips, Dr. Charles, professor of
Pathology, 356
Phillips, H. M., 420
Physical Education, department of,
53 f.
Physics, department of, 36 f.
Pickard, W. L., preaches in revival,
81
Piggott, Miss Maude, nurse, 348
Pittman, T. M., 168; collection of
books for Library, 164 ff.
Pittman, Mrs. T. M., gift to Library,
165
Poe, Clarence, 250, 373
Political Science (Social Science),
department of, 50 f.
Polk, L. L., 232, 303
Pomeroy, T. 0., 209
Pool, F. K., 259; acting professor of
Bible, 48
Poole, W. E., 255
Porter, Harold E., 250; gives books,
162
Porter, Mary Louise, 183
Porter, S. J., preaches in revival, 81
Poteat, E. M., 7, 249; wins medal,
254 n.
Poteat, H. M., 7, 33, 82, 283, 411 n.,
416, 463; professor of Latin, 37 f.;
director of music, 74; trains choir
and glee club, 75; author, 75; tennis,
118
Poteat, Mrs. Julia A., 3
Poteat, J. P., 3
Poteat, W. L., 8, 14, 29, 30, 34, 43,
44, 60, 82, 92 n., 131, 151, 167, 174,
175 n., 178, 180, 198, 199, 206, 211,
213, 239, 249, 263, 264; baccalaureate
auguration, 7; addresses, 32 f.; leads
singing, 11; office hours, 27 f.; corr-
espondence, 28; sketch of J. F.
Lanneau, 47 f. n.; recommends ap-
pointment of a dean, 56 f.; state-
ment on endorsement, 68; religious
influence, 71; Sunday school work,
72; baritone, 73; on quartette, 74;
article "College Training in War,"
87; on war, 89n.; against continua-
tion of military drill, 96; views on
science and religion, 119 ff.; re
ligious life, 120 f.; paper on the
Atonement, 121; articles and books
on science and religion, 122 n.; ad-
dresses fire alumni, 125; addresses
convention, 126 ff.; turmoil in state
over views, 128; crusade against,
132 f.; resignation, 133 f.; growth
of College during his administra-
tion, Chapter XII, 135-140; curator
of Library, 146; gives books, 163
Poteat, Mrs. W. L., alto, 73
Potter, W. A., 182, 411 n.
Powell, W. C., 82, 210, 234
Powell, W. R., 82
Powers, Frank P., 455
Powers, J. B., Jr., professor of Bac-
teriology and Pathology, 345; super-
intendent of hospital, 345; sketch,
351; 353
Pre-medical course, 332
President's house, 217, 382 f.
President's office, 27
President's reports, 256 f.
Prichard, Mrs. Frances, secretary to
the president, 28 n.
Prichard, Miss Janie, wife of Duggan,
203
Prichard, J. L., 82, 203
Prichard, R. S., professor of Chem-
istry, 36
Prichard, J. C., 248
Pritchard, T. H., 4, 7, 170 n., 192,
196 n., 197, 204, 208, 262, 303, 333
Proctor, E. K., Jr., 235, 333
Propaganda, pacifist, 441 ff.
Psychology and Philosophy, depart-
ment of, 52 f.
Pullen, Capt., 277; makes contribu-
tion, 278
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