A CLEMSON MAN
Speaks to every Cadet and every professor at every opportunity.
Leaves the door open while in a room where the occupants are out.
Leaves a note when he borrows something from another’s room.
Never makes rude, insulting, or uncalled for remarks at girls passing barracks, and stays away from windows when not fully dressed.
Learns the college songs and yells as soon as possible.
Thanks the driver who has given him a “lift” and offers to help the driver if he has trouble while the driver is with him.
Dresses neatly, and is a gentleman at all times, in uniform or out.
Never “razzes” a referee or umpire.
Keeps quiet during inter-collegiate boxing bouts.
Keeps silence when in the hospital and library.
Pays his debts.
Respects the principles and regulations of the college.
Comes to attention and holds the salute while “The Star Spangled Banner” or “To The Colors” is being played if in uniform, or if in civilian dress, uncovers and stands at attention.
Respects the rights of others in the theatre by not talking and laughing at the wrong time.
Is always honest in the classroom, regardless of what he may see others doing.
Realizes that someone is making a sacrifice to give him the opportunity to be at Clemson, and consequently makes the use of his time to the best advantage by conscientious work, whether it be in study or leisure; he both plays and works hard.