Chapter Notes 363
XI The College Administration
1. Gerald W. Johnson to Irving E. Carlyle, Carlyle Papers.
2. Harold T P. Hayes, a graduate in the Class of 1948, was editor of
Esquire at the time. He said he had nothing to do with the selection of
the "superprofs" and that the editors in charge made careful
evaluations before publishing their list.
3. The biographical details on Dean Leake are taken from a
personal information form filed with the News Bureau.
4. A fine profile of Mr. Earnshaw, written by James Hawkins, was
published in The Student of March, 1947, pp. 14-16, 20.
5. Minutes of the Board of Trustees, October 12, 1962, Volume 7,
6. The personal details about Mr. Patterson are taken from News
Bureau files and a citation for distinguished service.
7. Some of the information appearing here was taken from "A Brief
History of the Registrar's Office, 1942-82;” by Margaret R. Perry.
8. For some of these details the author is indebted to William G.
Starling, author of "A Brief History of Admissions and Financial Aid
at Wake Forest, 194o's to Present Admissions;" prepared as a
9. See Dr. Tribble's "Seventeen-Year Report."
XII Things Academic
1. The information presented here is excerpted from "A Brief
History of the Department of Biology, Wake Forest University, 1834-
1982;' by Gerald W. Esch. (Dr. Esch gave credit to Dr. Elton C.
Cocke for an earlier study which took the history to 1967.) This and
all other departmental sketches cited can be found in the Ethel Taylor
Crittenden Collection in Baptist History at Wake Forest University.
2. This section is extracted from "History of the Department of
Chemistry at Wake Forest University," by John W. Nowell, Jr.
3. Cook's manuscript can be found in the Chemistry Department
files of the university archives.
4. The material presented here was extracted in part from "The
Department of Classical Languages (Greek and Latin) in Wake Forest
College and University, 1834-1984;" by Robert W. Ulery, Jr.