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William Rule III Scrapbook

Identifier: DC0239s

Scope and Contents

During his years as a student at Davidson, William Rule kept a scrapbook of significant events. Information is available on the scores of football/basketball/baseball/track/wrestling games from 1929-1932. Rule also kept his membership card to the Y.M.C.A. In addition, there are several ticket stubs to the Mid-Winters Dances. Rule really followed football in the 1930's, and there are a whole slew of newspaper articles on this sport. On page 45, there is a ticket stub from the Southern Railway Company and a cut-out photograph of the Charlotte Skyline.


  • Creation: 1929 - 1935


Biographical / Historical

William Rule, III of Knoxville, Tennessee, graduated from Davidson College in 1932 with a B.S. in Chemistry. He eventually became a Medical Missionary in the Congo. While at Davidson, Rule was a member of Alpha Phi Epsilon, Mu Beta Psi, International Relations Club, the Forensics Club, the Glee Club, the Student Volunteer Group, Vartisty Debating Team, Varsity Quartet, Quips and Cranks, Y.M.C.A., Honorary Fraternity Council, Eumenean Literary Society, Varsity Football, Varsity Wrestling, the Rifle Team, and Omicron Delta Kappa.


1 oversize (1 scrapbook)



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Processed on 11-Mar-97

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