Academy of Richmond County High School - Arc Yearbook (Augusta, GA)

 - Class of 1938

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I pears hahe ahheh tu the srrull iteehs, ani: tne'he juineh the enhless files her what geal hurneh in nur snuls, vm at length the ilaappp Zlsles? ahlp fates at last reheal at Qlma waters glorious name, ftaith ana her iheal, iarrh brighter luster tu her tame. 1 4 I 4 11 I I , r I Y r 1 3' B i k f ,-' Af ff--H .17 k , --..- V' ' , I Ex Ez ris V L I r .4 I I u '. f 1 r lf I X NL. . ll W - D I gi ll! " , K fi 1 I f l f 5 , Qx ,Q , saw 5 W' I . ' it ' 1 P Q- 6 . 'f fn 'O -4 e ' f-Q B .- ., . gf gf. 9 . su--, -X.- W V A. 'Qaqg ' - In .. mem., - 1 gf wg- -' Q M Q 3 '- .W 1 .- nf - fa., Ai J 1 A 'I . .- Mc+,-J,N 4. ' A -.J ndanusvsrlf' QI 10' gh., ilu x -, P4-.'-'fv XXV ., 1- -. ni!?""" M? 'N . . ' -D wg- I K X. X ., we- ' Q A ' f' T R ,Q Q" " 'T' wmv ,-,u g KAIQ? . . 'Q New 4' - .. : - . . -eva. v ,sw..wf:fs 4 , . , ' Q Q . ' "Q V- - , if ! e '19 1 A . A . - "H " .,. ' .F 5 In auf., - ' HQ.. , 2.5: X- ml' 1 , . -33. 1 R . -NQOW' X' N . rx - p--- ' - 51.-me - N 4 ,uw - -x wnsvm- ,. .5 ' 48'-. x L. t I. Aw, ar -W ' 1 To give a modern and vivid portrayal ot a school year in The Academy of Richmond County and The Junior College of Augusta --to provide a source of pleasant memories For Future reference. Although a labor ot love, it has been no easy task to meet with originality, despite increased Financial woes, the varied charges ot the critics. Do not judge too harshly the resultg the task was difficult. gm . 5 J i i i I ,o 1 The Academy ot Qichmond County is the oldest educational institution in Georgia and the Fourth oldest in the United States. The Theme, then, as you see, was inspired by the rich traditional back- ground in Front of which stands our school, one hundred and Fifty-Five years old. An attempt has been made to treat every phase ot our school's great lile, to treat it in a modern light and with modern decorative motif. -1 l.hdM-kxX1- .1 A1 ! s i 3 I4 Q l 1, -N W l 4 4 4 4 1 1 x 3 1 X 1 4 f l TTUI7 -1, .ay Q- if f ,f F222 '51 Q. 315 5' R5 Q . 53, :iii X fx W , 1' .7 Twenty-three years, practically a quarter of A. R. C.'s century and a half of progress, he served us: our counselor and friend. May we, the sons and daughters of I, C. A. and A. R. C., by this modest gesture, show our appreciation ol his invariable loyalty. Nile, the editors, dedicate this edition to our educator and friend-- I L. SKINNER 5' 1 P5 H I .1 ar Sl! I 1 7 '1 H L A S S E T H I. E T I C I L I T A R E A T U R E C T I V I T I E D S S N A P 4 G E 5 , -s . .-.. Q, ,A 1 I YQ .51 1 , fi . 1 ' '1' f i U A! , I' ,, N. , Y n i l I 3 . Q O w w F Y 1 1 a l 1 r ' 4 Y . . L I 9 i .- 5. 0.4 F ! 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J. 11 .1,, 1-1111, .2 zrk, N X X FACULTY lLove to Teach I do not know that I could make entirely clear to an outsider the pleasure I have in teaching. I had rather earn my living by teaching than any other way. In my mind teaching is a life work, a profession, an occupation, it is a passion. I love to teach. I love to teach as a painter loves to paint, as a musician loves to play, as a singer loves to sing, as a strong man rejoxces to win a race. The main aim of my happy days has been to become a good teacher just as every architect wishes to be a good architect, and every profes- sional poet strives toward perfection. - -William Lyon Phelps. 1 I I 4 ..,.- ---v-vi---....4..l '- ,.., ,y 'J - - -' .ff I fm' A 2 '6,.,L7dJ ff L Kwan, 0" N ff ,..x,.,,.,,Z,, A ,Lin h,, :,f,Zf,.,1A.'M2...K'a.., 4214, lfffffuf Q,,,A,f5,g.ff,,.A., fra. 714. 13'-V-Q aw4fuf"""Z Affku, 'K Qsgf z?U.,..l1. 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R 'ry' ,Y t YEARS IN THE ACADEWIK The Academy of Richmond County CHARLES G. CORDLE Before the American Revolution there was little or no effort made by the government of the colony of Georgia to provide educational facilities at Augus- ta, though there were a few private schools at various times. In 1780, however, the legislature of the State set up a board of five commissioners to lay off lots and streets in vacant lands above and below Augusta and instructed them to reserve a lot on Board Street for houses of "Public simenaries Csicj and Schools." But Augusta was soon recaptured by the British, and the commissioners accomplished nothing. Accord- ingly, on july 31, 1783, the legislature, then in session at Augusta, passed an act creating another board of commissioners. These commissioners were instruct- ed to lay off public lands into one-acre lots and to offer them for sale at public outcry. From the funds thus raised they were directed to build a church and then to establish an academy or seminary of learning. In time these commissioners, or Trustees of Rich- mond Academy, came to exercise a variety of func- tions, which Joseph R. Lamar thus summarizes in his account of the Trustees of Richmond Academy: "The original Act did not designate the duties of the Board, which subsequently paid little attention to the doctrine of ultra vires, and from the date of its creation exercised all manner of powers, many of them diverse, and, from our present standpoint, in- consistent and incongruous. It performed many functions-municipal, educational, ecclesiastical, commercial. It laid out the town, numbered the lots, named the streets, built the church, rented the pews, elected the rector, managed the academy, chose the teacher, bought the books, prescribed the course of studies. It regulated the cemetery, chose the sexton and Hxed his fees. It owned the ferry and granted Fishery rights: it controlled the public wharf, ran a lottery and repaired the river banks. It straightened the road from Sand Bar Ferry to Rae's Creek and narrowed Broad and Greene Streets. It furnished a WILLIAM H. CRAWFORD Rector of The Academy, 1798. DNE HUNDRED AND FIFTY State house for the legislature, and a court-house for the State and Federal judiciary. It provided the Masons with a lodge room, and the Governor with a residence. It paid Hlial duty to the University, and entertained for many months President Meigs, while he was waiting for the building in Athens to be com- pleted .... M So well did the Trustees perform their duties that the Academy of Richmond County is one of the few academies surviving to-day out of the 583 char- tered by the State. Having in the beginning nothing but land, the Trustees raised funds by the sale of lots and made plans to erect the church and the academy on adjoin- ing lots where Fort Cornwallis had stood. There they did erect the church but for various reasons were unable to build the school. Finally, becoming impatient, they purchased two buildings on Bay Street between the present Third and Fourth streets and Vt YEARS IN THE ACADEMY prepared at length to open the Academy on April 12, 1785. As the account in the Minutes of the Trustees reads: "The Board having consulted upon the employment of a Mas- ter for the Academy, and Mr. William Rogers, late of the State of Maryland, having been well recommended, as being of good fame, and sufficiently learned in the sciences, the Board contract- ed with 8c appointed the said William Rogers, to be master there- of, in manner, and upon the terms following. "That they assure and engage to pay said Wm. Rogers the sum of two hundred pounds, sterling, for one year, to commence from the second tuesday Csicj in April next, by quarterly instal- ments, in lieu of all other perquisites and considerations except the use of the buildings 8x Garden. "For which the said Master shall give his whole time, shall teach the latin, greek and English languages, and the common practical branches of the Mathematics, according to the rules as established and practiced in the Seminaries of learning in the United States. "Resolved, that, to indemnify the Board and the fund of the County, the following sums be demanded for education. "lst, Children in the first stage, learning letters, ortho- graphy and reading, four dollars per quarter. "2. Children in the second stage, learning the Principles of english Csicl grammar and Cyphering, five dollars per quarter. "3. Persons in the third stage, learning the latin and greek Csicl language, or any branch of the methamatics Csicj, ten dollars per quarter. "Resolved that the said Master be empowered to employ a teacher of the scholars in the first degree, for a sum not exceed- ing fifty pounds, for one year, subject to the control of the Board." In accordance with the resolution just mentioned, John Grif- fin was elected teacher. Before many months he found it impos- sible to live on his salary of fifty pounds a year, and the Trustees raised it to seventy-five. The Trustees soon after employing the teachers had placed with a local merchant an order for text books in languages, mathematics, history, and geometry, and a few scientihc and mathematical instruments. As Augusta was but a small town near the frontier, the school grew but slowly. In 1789 it had only forty-nine pupils in the three classes. On May 20, 1791, President Washington, then on his southern tour, Visited the Academy and was received with the usual fulsome orations and declamations. Among the speakers SECOND ACADEMY BUILDING B q 1891, Used Until 1926. NE HUNDRED AND FlFTYl was Augustin Smith Clayton, then seven years and four months old. The president was so well pleased with his reception that on his return to Philadelphia he sent to the young orators a group of books as a memorial of his esteem. To young Clayton was sent a copy of Sallust's Catiline and Jugurthine Wars. But despite the blessing of presidential approval, the Academy did not prosper: the buildings were decay- ing, funds were running short: and at the end of the year 1798 the school was closed. Though forced by circumstances to close the school, the Trustees kept in mind the idea of reopen- ing the Academy in a more commodious building in a more convenient location. Accordingly, they began work on a brick building on the southern side of Telfair Street between Centre and Washington streets. By November 1, 1802, the work was so far advanced that the school could be reopened. In the new building the pupils were to study in the first class, English grammar, oratory, composition, geom- etry, algebra, trigonometry. surveying, logic, natural and moral philosophy, astronomy, Latin, and Greek: in the second class, reading, writing, arithmetic, Eng- lish grammar, oratory, and geographyg and in the third class, reading, writing, arithmetic, English grammar, and oratory. The new Academy so pros- pered that by 1815 there were employed two teachers in the classical department. two others in the English department, and three in the female department, which was assigned to a distinct part of the building, and which was dismissed at a different time from the boys' department. Feeling the need of a school during the summer, when most of the patrons were on the Sand Hills to avoid the heat of the town, the Board of Trustees, Old Medical College Building. . e . . I Used by Academy Technical D pcutmenls 1914 - 1926 E YEARS IN THE ACADEMN after receiving authorization from the State legisla- ture, opened July 1, 1816, a branch academy on the Sand Hills. At first this school was kept open only during the summer months, the rector of the Acad- emy changing his residence to the Sand Hills. Event- ually the school, which became known as the Sand Hills Academy or the Summerville Academy, was kept open practically the whole year. After the War for Southern Independence it was turned over to a separate body of Trustees. It continued in operation until a few yearsago. Its site is now the location of the William Robinson School. After 1815 the Academy of Richmond County continued its' rapid growth until in the middle 'thir- ties it reported a total enrolment of 437, a number not again attained until nearly a century later. At that time the course in the classical department, which prepared for the sophomore and even the junior class at the University of Georgia, consisted of Latin and Greek, together with arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry. oratory, and composition. 'There was a boarding department in the Academy building in charge of a teacher. Boarding pupils were kept under strictest supervision, not even being permitted to leave the campus without special permission. In 1850 the Academy Trustees began seriously to consider raising the Academy to the rank of a col- lege, to be known as Tubman College. They secured authorization from the legislature: but they were disappointed in the expectation of an annuity of ten thousand dollars from the city of Augusta and re- luctantly abandoned the project. After 1850 the Academy rappidly declined in numbers. For two years, it seems, the school was closed for repairs. During that time the Reverend John Neely conducted in the building the Augusta High School for Boys. iWhen the Academy reopened in 1856, there were only two teachersg one of these dropped out in 1860 for lack of students, finally in ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTYF 1863 the Academy building was taken over by the Confederate gov- ernment as a hospital, and the school was closed for several years. In the early Academy the school year ran from April 12 to April 12. Between 1808 and 1888 the school and calendar years coincided. Still later the scholastic year began October 1 and ended the following August. At first there was a vacation period of two weeks at the end of each quarter: after 1807 the month of September took the place of the quarterly vacation. In 1818 the vacation was lengthened by the addition of the last two weeks in August. The hours, too, would appear long to the student of to-day. Between October 1 and April 1 the school opened at eight-thirty and closed at five: between April 1 and October 1 the hours were from seven-thirty to six. Both summer and winter a dinner recess was given, lasting from twelve to two-thirty. Not until about 1880 was the single session introduced, which closed at two o'clock. At first there were few formal rules. But by 1819 necessity had caused the formulation of a formidable set of rules of conduct, which cover five typed pages. This code not only regulated the activities of pupils during school hours but also attempted to pre- scribe their behavior off the cam- pus and even on Sundays. Pupils, according to these regulations, were required to assemble on the campus not more than fifteen minutes before the opening of school. While waiting, they were forbidden to play unless special permission were given. When the doors were opened, the students were to march into the building by classes with the most advanced grades in front. When a teacher - entered a classroom, pupils were to rise and face towards the cen- ter. Whenever a teacher passed a group of pupils at play, the latter were to suspend their activ- Old City Hospital. U d y ities until the teacher was gone. 'he P-C"demY Us U D ' Y 1915-1921. If a student damaged shrubbery or building, he was to pay for the damage: if the culprit could not VE YEARS IN THE ACADEM be discovered, the cost of repairs was apportioned among all the students. Corporal punishment was forbidden except for obsti- nate and continued violation of rules. Instances of inferior delinquency were to be entered in a special book and reported at stated intervals to the Trustees. A pupil who neglected his op- portunities was to be reported to the Trustees and also to be given another quarter to show improvement: if he still would not learn, he was to be barred from the Academy and not be readmit- ted until his parent or guardian presented satisfactory evidence of his reformation. Outside of school hours all pupils were re- quired to maintain a respectable deportment toward all persons. They were forbidden to divulge outside school what took place within the school. They were to attend religious services on Sunday and might be required to present a certificate of such at- tendance. Persons habitually immoral were barred from the Academy. Immoralities such as profane swearing, lying, theft, drunkenness, Sabbath breaking, Fighting, cock fighting, obscene language, and frequenting vicious company were liable to the cen- sure and reproof of teachers: and incorrigibility in this regard was punishable by explusion. From two to four times a year public examinations were held, which might last two or three days. For them public notice was given in the newspapers, and tickets might be issued to the students taking part. Specially invited guests such as President Washington on his visit to Au- gusta, the governor and his coun- cil Cwhen Augusta was the capital of the Stateb, the mayor and the city council, and other distin- guished citizens attended. During the exam'nation questions might be asked by the teacher. bv a committee of the Trustees, or even by citizens in the audience. Under such circumstances, as was Old Med al Couege Banding, natural, some students would play Used bl' Academy Techml hookey. To put an end to this Departments. 1914-1926. practice, the Trustees voted to bar from the Academy all students absent from examination without E 1 DME HUNDRED AND FmFTY Fil' adequate excuse. The examination would be followed by an "exhibition" consisting of orations, declamations, and even dramas. Prizes were awarded for the best performances: and if all the students did well, they might be rewarded by a holiday of one day or even a week. Tuition was regularly charged, even for many years after the Richmond County Board of Education began to operate the Aca- demy. Usually, too, a fee of fifty cents or a dollar was charged during the two winter quarters for supplying fuel. From August, 1863, until the fall of 1867 the Academy build- ing was beyond the control of the Trustees. At first the campus was used as the site of a Confederate military hospital. Temporary wards were built on the grounds, and the academic building itself was used as headquarters. When Federal troops occupied Augus- ta, they took over the hospital facilities and soon began to use the Academy building as military headquarters. This use continued until the fall of 1867, when at last the building was returned to the Trustees. Now serious attempts were made to reopen the school. Col. George W. Rains, an eminent engineer and chemist, who had erect- ed and managed the Confederate powder mill in Augusta, was chosen as regent. With him were associated a number of ex-Con- Parade About d Academy Ca ,VE YEARS IN THE ACADEMK Richmond Rifles on Dress Parade 1938. federate officers, and the Academy was reopened January 1, 1868. In 1870 there was a reorganizationg the post of regent was abolish- ed, all the professors were made equal in rank, and Col. Rains was made chairman of the faculty. There were then two departments, the scientific, and the classical and English. The pupils in the scientific department had the advantage of the use of Col. Rains' collection of scientific apparatus plus that of the Medical College of Georgia, where Col. Rains was professor of chemistry. Under these conditions the school grew rapidlyg in the year 1873-1874 it enrolled a total of 223 students. In the next year a commercial school was added. In 1875 the teachers made an arrangement with the Richmond County Board of Education whereby the Academy was to serve as the county high school, the pupils were to be admitted free of charge to their parents, and the teachers were to be paid from county funds for the high school pupils. But this arrangement lasted only a short time. In 1882 a military de- partment was organized under Captain J. O. Clarke as instructor. The upper west hall of the Academy was fitted up as an armory. After a few years, however, the military department was abolished. In 1808 George P. Butler, a graduate of the Richmond Aca- demy, returned to the institution as teacher and commandant of the revived military department. For many years before and after ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY his coming the student-body fluctuated in numbers between one and two hundred. In 1909 the Academy Trustees entered into a contract with the Richmond County Board of Education whereby the latter was to pay the salaries of the teachers, while the Trustees used the income of their funds for upkeep and equip- ment. Now the Academy began to grow rapidly, especially when tuition was removed a few years later. A fifth year, of college grade, was added, so that stu- dents after completing it could enter the sophomore class at the University of Georgia and the Georgia School or Technology. When the old City Hospital was abandoned for more commodious quarters tow- ard the western part of the city, the hospital building reverted to the Academy Trustees. The building was converted into a dormitory, which housed about thir- ty boarding pupils in charge of a teacher. As the Academy continued to grow, rooms in the dormitory had to be converted into classrooms, until at length the structure ceased to be used as dormitory. The old Medical College building, which also reverted to the Trustees, was transformed into a technical build- ing, where shopwork, drawing, and commercial sub- jects were taught. As the Academy reached the limit of its quarters, proposals were made to erect a S200,000 structure on the Campus on Telfair Street. For lack of money this plan was never carried out. At length a county bond issue was voted, from which 95,300,000 was to be used for erecting a new Academy. The Trustees agreed to add to this sum S100,000 which they had invested. Various sites were proposed, including the location of Paine College and the site of the present aviation field. Through the efforts of Major Butler a site was selected to the west of Baker Avenue, in what was then a swamp. The city donated the land. The coun- ty road force drained and filled in the swamp. An enormous building, sufficient, it was supposed, for all requirements for at least twenty years, was erected. Shrubbery was planted around the building and on the vampus, which was secured through the volun- tary efforts of students soliciting contributions among the people of Augusta. In 1925 the Richmond County Board of Education, with the authorization of the Present Richmond Academy Building. Opened in 1926. iVE YEARS IN THE ACADEMY State legislature, founded The junior College of Au- gusta by the addition of another year of college work to that already given in the Academy. To the new Academy building both the Academy of Richmond County and The Junior College of Augusta removed in the fall of 1926. The enrollment of both institu- tions increased so rapidly that the two study-halls had to be cut up into classrooms, and the auditorium had to be used as a study-hall In the scholastic year 1936-1937 there were in the Academy 1049 students, and in the junior College 256, 1305 students in all in a building planned for a thousand. At length in the fall of 1937 the Board of Education, with the assist- ance of P.W.A. funds from the federal government, let the contract for the erection of a twelve-room ad- dition on the western side of the present Academy building, which, it is hoped, will be ready for occupan- cy in the fall of 1938. If the present growth of the Academy continues, in a few years even these ex- panded quarters will be outgrown. PRINCIPALS OF THE ACADEMY OF RICHMOND COUNTY. 1785 - 1938 William Rogers, master ...E,,, ,,,, ,,E,,, . . . . ..,, 1785-1787 Samuel Chandler, senior tutor ,,,,, EE,, . . .. .. 1788-1789 Augustus Baldwin, senior tutor, rector . .. 1789-1792 William Rogers, rector ,, ,,,,, W ,,,,,,, 1792-1793 Rev. Joseph Wilson, rector .. ., . 1794- Charles Tait, rector .,.. . 1795-1797 William H. Crawford, rector .. .. 1798- Clement Early, senior tutor 1802-1804 Rev. Washington McKnight, rector 1804-1805 Rev. John R. Thompson, rector , 1805-1808 Aaron J. Boags, rector .. . 1809- Rev. William T. Brantly, rector . . 1809-1811 james St. John, rector . .. .. . 1811-1814 Rev. john R. Thompson, president 1815-1816 Rev. John Finlay, rector .. ,, , , 1818- Alvah Wilson, rector , .. .. 1819- Rev. William T. Brantly. rector 1820-1824 Mr. Rennie, rector , . . 1825- James P. Waddel, rector . . . . 1825-1832 Thomas S. Twiss, rector , ,..,. 1833- Rev. Henry Reid, rector . .. 1834-1935 W. Ernenputsch, rector ., 1836-1851 Rev. john Neely, rector . . .... ..... 1951-1854 Col. George W. Rains. regent .... . ..... . 1867-1870 Col. George W. Rains, chairman of the faculty 1870-1886 Col, C. H. Withrow, principal .... ss.. .... 1886-1910 Major George P. Butler, pl'iI1C1pZ-ll ........ -.. ----1910-1925 Major George P. Butler, president . ., 1925-1930 James Lister Skinner, president .... .... . W ..-. 1930-1931 Eric W. Hardy, president . . 1938 I 5 .- I S w K 1 W I N 1 V W l i I CLASS OFFICERS president ...... William Kennedy Vice-President . . . Gordon Kelley Student Council . . Deno Tlwevaos Student Council . . Jane Paquette Secretary . . . l-lazel Jaclcson Treasurer . Annabel Corley J CA SCJPI-IOMORES v N tl' I -r J CA SOPHOMORES , ,-.. ....- .1 - " ""IFE- Er, ' 'li'-ff! Efffz' " Clk -- Ll:::f3.'f Szzety' 1 V-iii? . -2-96 --ll - ..gte::.. :::et3' .. 4 PIT: ' """" " ' " " --.. "....-.- L I za.. S.-:.:.'- 4 ' ' " f--J-:vT-: --1TI.:,.,. :-... ,... x.,..:'...4... ....,..,.v -7 -.xl ., W, .-.NT M--- IIIIIEIT :CNE - 'Wm' " 1 '. :-.-L-.. " . ... ....- - - . A pf H" "-"' : ----T'--1 -7 5-53 . A""'L ' C . ,M ' . 'rf JW" VI ,,.p--J 4 0 C ' ' 4 ,- ff" V.----A--K .-,--..-U ...- -,---.Ji .I-I-.-..:L... :'.-,.::...-.4 .,'S:...:: .1-,LL .'.COfZg ,CHL-1 ' "Tl l, Lit-3:33 S-:sie-ty' 1: Trees- H1-Y-'-'K 1, 25 G16-E 1, 2: Ligegggy ... .L S-:p:crr.:::e Clcss. Scciezjf 1, 2: Hznzz 14 HUBERT HARRIS CRAWFORD ALLEN SHERROD EUII3 , E-gxsketball I, Eg l'.'Iu5l:ete'2I Stl!! I, fly Literary Somew 1' 2' H.,nc,i l: Literary Siciety lg Clif' r Lea-,lu-i .ig Pnl Tlieta Kappa 2. IOUETT DAVENPORT, IH. Glee Club 27 Muslzeteer Staff 2: Highest ELIZABETH CAROLINE DUNBAR Honor I. ELEANOR TUTT DUNBAR IULIA ELIZABETH EARR H1-Y-W 2: IJTGICUY SOCi+?lY 2: Glee Club Glee Club l, 27 Hi-YYW' I, 'lg Easlcetball lg Honor l. I, lg Varsity Club l, 2. ALBERT VON CAMP GARY STANLEY IOSEPH GILLMAN Pre Law Club l ZA Treasurer ,2' Presi- High Honor I Literary Societ 2' Phi f . 1 I Y 1 dent 2: Hi-Y 25 Sabre Club 25 Ist Lieuten- Theta Kappa 2, :nt R.O.T.C.p Debatinq Team. IOHN RANDOLPH HALL CHARLES WILLIAM GWIN Honor Ig Captain R.O.T.C. lg Lieutenant- Ist Lieutenant R.O.T.C.g Sabre Clubg Pre- Colonel 2g Sabre Club I, 21 Vice-President I-CIW Club: Hi-Y: Sheriff 2. 2: Hi-Y 1, 2, Vice-President Z Club. 7 Pre-Law O JCA SOPHOMORES ' ' ' 1 r 4 - 'J vr' 'l,---,v --.-., ,, M-, v 1-s v v vy w - Ji, ..--.. -,..-- , . xr X A ':.. -.- , ,...!- ' V"-" ?""' 'v"""'Nf --'T' 4 "TN-w - .-. .... .l. I-,.,-... ....,..4., ....l.A... -U ------A. x-.- xr.- -..-- - -.-5 --.. ' ' Z-- -.'- wr-,- , --.- , .--,- -,....,. . ,. ..,.,. " L-v-4 .FLQ A ,, --.- ,..-- r 1 - -1--A .:.- A...:..- .,... . - .... ..,-... -.-- vw :E-' my AMTWZJ' ISAAC CLARENCE LEVY, IR. 1 SAMUEL IQSEPR LEw1.3 - ' Literary Society lf Pre-Law Club l, 2, Ce-Cretary 27 "Hainbow' Stall lg 2nd Lieutenant R.O.T',C. l, Captain 2: Sabre ,4I3iKf34l"2iti' Seflsfmy I' Pl'?E"'l'A:'l Ciub 1, 2, Company Pwbaii 2, R111e Tecm ' M' I R mf Y- Qg Gold "R" Society. MARY ELIZABETH NADDOX MARY ELIZAEKTH 111AR.3H l-l1fY-VV 1, 2, Secretary l, President 25 A L1tQiary Society l, Treasur1g-r Qgi-I1-Y-W Literary Society l, 27 l-lonCr lp Phi Theta r O l, Q, Secreitary 25 Orchestra tl3'i11:1istl lg IWPPG M- 31.99 C11113 1, 2. lOHN GORDON IVIARTIN, llgx. AI-CNSC LQXDUXS MASQW Fra-Law Club 2: Chemistry Club lg Cap- HF! U 1, F-dd 1-in f-Tp V sqfw, U 1.1111 R.O.T.C. 2, sum Club 1, 2, Honor lg Banff Qfggubrj Pfhfifiy' ..YoIi',fiQGjl Basketball 25 Varsity Club Zg Phi Theta Sccipty H, '1fRGinbfwf Stag '1 H' ' ' 'X Kappa 2, Y My u Y ' CAROLYN FRANCES MCALLISTER MARY ANTQVNETTE MCLUILTTT Basketball 27 Varsity Club 2. Literary Society- HiVYiVV,. ELEANOP1 GLISSNER MILLER ELIZABETH AGEE MORAN I-HAY-W, Glee Club, Literary Society. HPY-W 1, 2: I-itewrv Society 1, 2: Glee Club lp Honor l. A an 'ff' J C A SOPHOMORES ' 1 J C A SOPHOMORES -.7-:-.. -.--N-. . , ..,,,-..v,. ,g-,,,7.:L 5'-....7g..:-, ,,,,..Eg..... RUBY EVEI.':'T-I OGLESEEE , . - -.,. ,.,.. . , ,.., .,.. :,.. - ..,-Y.. A J1:?.:esti"':: 1- FL' "Lt: Knee: Q. -"IE SfE','.',lff ?.l.Q'jITTE -Mm-5 3" 1 f A+ - Q up 1 nv LOFAII ELI. POVIELL . .. ., -, .,M,A--.. U. .. , .., 3135 1 '. ,,A--Y-Y N--.-..Y 1. QW- , , .1 A . , ,M - ""'- ' vfjj -ii l.1e'.1ienc:t :..C.T.'ff. 1: scare Limb W - -,-.... -- ...gsfzstea -..... -- :Q-1-.. 4. PHIL? F?.l.I-SEI ECEISSCII Adm: : Q . -. , ... :::i:r A: XL.- .. .,::1e:y' .aims .e:"1 -' 5211A':.i1-Ef'lfQ'iiflE1Q'-, ,rszsxter 2, ly if E337 -ffl-3'-'-' C135 1 2' 11553 ' S3216-23' Q, I- Glee Club: XYUYSITY Club I, Phi 'Eetx Kzpjc' ' 'QCFYEIICE E'.'IL'.'ff Sifff L1e'::'r Q::i9:'.' , - X1'r:':".' - ft: . . . 4 3 .Q A- 7. ':. ?'r 013. :.ffLJ-1-b SE'.1L1.ING x ::m:eL::.L .: :.:::::'.'.' Szzi: 1, 4: ' f Club 1: Chemistry Clxb E: Ccxzercx ',:hA C5 1 2 cxpcrlzar., 2. C E1-tlv-T-- 1, -z nxciesi H2221 lp ,H -5.--PW..- f fp: "LM '- A .-.f,.-.-..,.. -5 r - 3 'x"D"" H1nEE?fT FUND STELLING 'Lit' :Tf':',' Q""T""X"f G:1fTe:z 11 hm- M-HH-Au 2: Hzch Heist ' - -:xii E.C.T.C. 1, fzjstszi Q' 532:19 'RC'-l21'ZC'-'-'J Sfiff y Q: 3179 fact: if Cisrxxsirg' Club 1. 53? C1115 1, 47 52,6 Q. 114V w A... .,, ., lest 17 Lfuslzetesr TA"is Tezrn 27 Ecskeixx ' Czptairz RO.T.C. Gcld S::iety: Yr: reklcr.-.f Clue 1, 2, fre Lfuilcrety Oratczy C: 2:55 2: Phi Theta Kappa ANN STULB MARVIN T. SULLIVAN HiAY-W l, 27 Basketball l, 27 Varsity Club l, 27 Glee Club 25 Literary Society l. . ' 'I 71 'W '., fL 72 1 7, Stttfullf . V -,,,.4.,Q., Lvffvo My vu., 1'-5 ! ' V V If f Il V f - W , .Av .!C4..A.f DENO GEORGE THEVAOL3 CHARLES ElCKEN TAYLOR Limmw qipipty, 1 nl HM, 1 O, ppl Law Club l, fly Hzrric-r lj Student Cfiuiicil 2. MARY EUGENIA UMM MARGARET SINKLER TWIGGS C199 Club 2' Hi-Y-W lg Literary Society l, 2. LEWIS ALEXANDER TYCE EARL COLDEN VJALLER, lR. lst Lieuteucmt R.O.T.C. l, Maiqr ig Sabre Hmigr 17 Gjf Tggm 1' Q7 'wqrmgr GDM Club l. 2: Rifle TECHT1 CI Ch'?TUiSlYY Club li Touruazueut l: Hi-Y l, 2, Treasurer 25 Var- Tio Chi l, 2, Scribe- l, Treasurer 2. airy Club l, 27 Glee Club 2, MARGARET ANN WALTERS AERAM WEINSTEIN C339 Club 2? H1'Y'vW 17 Hf'VlOV l' 2nd Lieutar1a:rtR.O.T.C. lp Sabre Club l. J C A SOPHOMORES JCA SOPHOMORES IOSEPHINE DELLA WHEELER Hi-Y-W I, Zp Spanish Club. BETTY WHITE Glee Club I, 25 Literary Society l "Rainbow" Staff lg Camera Club 2. PHILIP ARTHUR WILHEIT Ist Lieutenant R.O.T.C. I, Captain 25 Chemistry Club lg Hi-Y I, 25 Literary So- Liety I, 25 Pre-Law Club I, 2g Glee Club lg Sabre- Club l, 2g Muslceteer Staff lj "Rain DOWN Staff l. HELEN WHISNANT Glee Club ly Hiqh Honor lg Hi-Y-W lg Dlii The-ta Kappa 2. KATHRYNE LOUISE WILCOX I-Ii1Y-W 2, Vice-President 25 Literary Society 25 Honor l. RUBEN AINSVVORTH ZEAGLER Elbo Chi l, 2, Vice'President 2. Ein fllllrmuriam Mr. D. lvl. Lincul, Friend ol: all, the capable leader ol: tlwe Academy orchestra and band, and the talented instructor of music. ln tlre hearts of all wlwo lcnew him tlwere lingers a touching memory ot tlwe gentle and beloved man .... our own Mr. Lincul. FRESI-IMAN CLASS President . . Vice-President Student Council Student Council Secretary . . Treasurer . . Jack Ouzts . Paul Bailie Orville Verdery Katherine Qeiser . Grady McRae Billy Wheeless J C A FRESI-IMEN T' 7 JCA FRESHMEN CHARLES IVTOORE ASKEY PAUL BAXTER BAILEY, IR. Gold "R" Society: Captain R.O.T.C.: Sabre Club. IULIAN PIERCE BALDOWSKI 'Znd Lieutenant R,O.T.C.: Sabre Club. THEODORE FLORENZ BALK Pre-Law Club: Sabre Club: lst Lieutenant R.O.T.C.: Rifle Team: Ee-batinq Team. EERTHA MILLER BARRETT Glee Club. ALEXANDER BRANTLEY BARRETT lst Lieutenant R.O.T.C.: Sabre Club: Gold "R" Society: Pre-Law Club 7 FRANCES IUANITA BENNETT Basketball: Varsity Club: Literary Society. MARGARET ELIZABETH BROOME N J I-Ii-Y-W I, 2: Glee Club I, 2: Literary Society I, 2. 1 N' ALMA PCNDER BROWN Hi-Y-W: Basketball: Varsity Club. CHARLES I-IENLEY BRUCE Rho Chi: Czlee Club: Literary Society. MILDRED DEANE BRYAN WILLIAM COZART CALHOUN Tennis Team: Captain R.O.T.C.: Varsity Club: Sabre Club. ELOISE CAPPS Literary Society. THEODORE STUART CARRIGAN Pre-Law Club: I-Ii-Y: Sabre Club: lst Lieutenant R.O.T.C.: Rifle Team: Trail: Team: Varsity Club. if MELBA KATI-IRYN CARSTARPI-IEN x J ,qt Af Easketballp Varsity Club: Literary Society. A r K - f A I .J .'u . CAROLINE EI.EANOR CASHIN LUCIAN WERNER CI-IANEY 2nd Lieutenant R.O.T.C.: Sabre Club. WILLIAM THOMAS CHAPMAN, IR. Rho Chi: Camera Club. IAMES WILLIAM COCI-IRANE Captain R.O.T.C.: Sabre Club: Gold "R" Society: Riile Team. CAROL COLE 5,13 Literary Society. ,,.--Y, VIRGINIA CLAYTON CORR Camera Club: Glee Club: I-Ii-Y-W: Literary Society. I TED COURTNEY X J JAMES SANDERS CROUCH L V L Rho Chi. fy EDWARD coURrNEY BULLOCK DANroRri-1 X ' 2nd Lieutenant R.O.T.C.: Sabre Club. KT., NELLE NOLAN DANIEL Glee Club: I-Ii-Y-W. MARY CLARK DENNY Literary Society: I-Ii-Y-W: Camera Club. IULIAN THOMAS EUBANKS NEAL ALAN FINE Glee Llub. . GEORGE WII LIAINI FORBES 4' 1' A V, fl 4' 1 Pre-Law Club. 'lt 'T f' ' KATHERINE CLAIRE GILRERT Glee Club. EUGENE VAN NESS GOETCHIUS lst Lieutenant R.O.T,C., Gold 'RH Society, Litertrry Societyg Alpha Lariat- da Sigma, Musketeer Stati, Glee Club, Debating Teamg Sabre Clukg Checker Club, President, HELEN CAPOL GCJLDBERG IARRELL EIIANL1 GOODWIN, IR. 'AMES I:l.lkl.VIultDllwILl GRANADE IIILEIREEI CHRISTINE GREEN GI-ee Club. DR-QITHT' HUIET GREENE LOUIS GRIFFIN, IR. Captairi QI Eanig Orchestra, Giiltil 'R' Soigiigtyf Sgbrg Cluff Gigi? ,lx ANN comiss HAGGERTY ' Slee Club, H1fY-W, Spanish Club. ANN IQQHDON HARPER EDITH IANE HARRIES Glee Club. DCIROTI-IT ELISE HAYNIE Glee 'flubp Literary Society. MILDRED LOUISE HEAD Liter :try Szcietyg HIYY-NV. CLAUDE MONROE HILL, IR. Ivluslzeteer Staff, 'Rainbow' Stair, Literary Soeietyy Alpha Larnbia Sigma, Glee Club, ELOISE PARKER HILTON MARIORIE EVELYN HILTY Basketball: Varsity Club. EARL CRISP HOLLINGSWORTH, IR. Hi-Y, Chaplairzg Pre-Law Club, Sabre Club: 2nd Lieutenant R.O.T.C.g Track Team. FRANK HENRY HOOPER, IR. Colonel R.O.T.C.y Sabre Club, Sergeant-at-Arms: Rifle Team. MARGARET ANTHONY HORTGN Literary Society, Glee Club. CAROLYN LAMAR HULL Hi-Y-Wg Glee Club, Spanish Club. i i ALMA ELGENIA Hurro '-ff'--f XY-Wa" WILLIAM ESTUS TAKES Captain R,O.T.C., Cadet Colonel fy Sabre Club l, 2, President 2, Rifle Team I, 2, Captain 21 Hi-Y I, Y, Chaplain I, President Zg Pre-Law Club 1.2, Vice-President if Varsity Club I, Q5 Debating Team 27 Tracl-Z Team I, 2. WILLIAM IONES JENKINS Camera Club, Rho Chi. EVELYN RUTH IOI-INSON Glee Club: Literary Societyg Camera Club. EUGENE MURPHEY KERR Literary Society, Glee Clubp Checker Club: Camera Club. J C A FRESHMEN Air IW ,. .,ff' - ,1,, J 4 fs " U "C'A'ISTAl.fI5': 1 ,,.- j Y EJ? .QF X J . . ,. 5. Bn If if Cjle -v-- "'-'-G " ,.,: ' xJ-... F .1 '- ,---Ha ..,.,.. ,.... -wx.. .- V., -,. .-.. -.A --, ...fw- xgiin 'i'w'wV pa' :ry .,.s..1 C NTU SWS- HL-Y'-V.' MARTHA IIILIA PRITCHARD r Literary S-fCi'f'lYj GI-ee Cluli HARVEY PEARSON ELIRVIS IVIARY IHIAIIIERINE REISER W 7 lrestra: Euslietball: CI'f:w Club, Sr-'if-tary: L .iticilg Camezfr Club. CATHERINE ELIZABETH ROESEL Glee Club: Hi-Ir'-V.'. IULIUS IMAX ROESEL, IR I..It?'L1lf'I1III1l R.O.T.C.: Sabre Club. IAAIE SANFORD Glee Clulgig Literary Sciciety: Hit'-W. HAZEL MARIE SCRUGGS amera Club: Glee Club: HifY-WI: Literary S3 I-lARRiET LOIS SEROTTA Lterar iety: Glee Club: Basketball: Varsity Club: Symriisli CuL LEON WARNER SIMON, IR. Gee Club I 2: Gold 'RH Society: Zrd Lieutenant ROTC I Is Li uteriarit Sabre Club I, 2: Chemistry Club I: Literary' Suriety HARRY IARRELL SHEPPARD re Club: Camera Club: Ist Lieutenant ROTC SADYE RITA SHMERLING Literary Society: Glee Club, B. ROY SMITH, IR. 'Ind Lieutenant ROTC.: Sabre Club. IAMES BAILEY STOVALL, IR. EDDIE ELIZABETH STRINGER Basketball: Varsity Club: Literary Sziciety MARGARET ARCHER STULB Literary Society: Hi-Y-W. ROSALYN LOUISE SYLVESTER BETTY GORDON THOMAS Glee Club: Spanish Club: Hi-Y-XIV, MARY ETHEL THOMPSON Literary Siciefy: Glee Club: Hi-Y-VV. ELIZABETH ANN TORPIN Hi-Y-W: Literary Sacietyg Glee Club. BARBARA ANN VAN SANT Glee Club. ORVILLE BROWN VERDERY IR. Lavtain R.O.T.C.: H1-Y: Sabre Club: Gila 'RH S ity THOMAS COOPER WARR EERTHA ANN WATERSTON erar S ti ty: I-Ii-Y-W: Glee Club: Basketball: Camera Club Varsitx lub -tai bn-1" Stall: Cheer Leader: Sparnsh Clubg School Reporter FRANCES MARGUERITE WEEKS Literary Society. EMILY ELIZAEETH WELLMAKER Literary Society. AVICE REBECCA WELLS Glee Club I, 2: Literary Scciety Ig H1fY-'W 2 CLAUDINE EMILY WELLS Literary Society: Glee Club: Basketball: Varsity Club H YW MARY MAE WELLS Literary Society: Glee Club: Camera Club: Hi-Y W CHARLES WALKER WHALEY Golf Team: Varsity Club: Glee Club. . WILLIAM PINCKNEY VJHEELESS Zrid Lieutenant R.O.T.C.: Sabre Club, f CLASS OFFICERS President . . Gugton Tlwompson Vice-president . - . Jack l-lains Student Council . . . Dick Kelly Student Council . . Billy powers Secretary . . . . James Young Treasurer . . . Jimmy Nowell 1 i I li l I l l i l ,.L. C SENIO A R C SENIORS ,-, ,.f., -..N-.,. .-.,,- ..:T.:.v NLC- -:n,C7.- L-. ,.. T.: k.HAr.LLS gsggft: .-.-.-.-.S t1,....i e..,..L-- E ..- l WARREN Y.-H FEOROUGH ALLEN lOSEPH FRANCIS ARTHUR VJILLIALI EDWARD BAILEY Corporal E, 2, Sergeant 47 Lieutenant 4 Track Team 47 Member :f Prize Platoon 4, Sak-re Club -2. VVlLLl,l.l.'l EENNETTE BLACK MAXWELL THOMAS ELANCHARD Academy Hi-Y 4: 2nd Lieutenant 45 Hon- or 1, High Honor 2, Sabre Club 4: Ser- geant 4. HENRY B, ALLEN. lR. 't.'ars:tyClL1b -if Literary Scciety 27 Fresh 'ian Llferary Society: Letter in Track 33 Corporal 2, 3, Sergeant 4. LE ROY BAGGETT ROBERT COURTNEY BAILIE HI Corporal lg Literary Society ly Spanish 'Qlub 4. 1.1.5-.URICE IENNINGS BLACKWELL HOWARD MATHEW BOWERS, IR. Honor l: Literary Society l, 2g Corporal 1, 2: Sergeant 35 "B" Varsity 2, Freshman Basketball. lOl-IN VILLIEPIQUE BRACEY, lFl. WALLACE ARVHJ EFLAGG High Honor lg Freshman Literary So- cietyg Honor 2. WILLIAM ECLAFI BEOOl.'lE TPI. RCEERT EMMETT EROADWATER, ll? RLY 13, 47 Lngfqyy Sftgpgqy 1, meant A15 E13-itluzll 3, 4: Vi,:rsi'g.' C. rngony Easlzetlpall 4. CHARLES CPTNEE EROTHEFTON WILLIAM TUENEPQ Bair... EQ. Lllergry SCCWW li 37 HEY 3' 47 ind Pliclfst l-ltjnir l, 2, fx Cfipgral l, Q. Lieutenant 37 lst Lieutenaiit -1: Secretary, 35.3.7155 Club 4. Chaney Mini xkr. I Ee... HLY 35 Sergeant 27 Salzr-9 Club 3, 45 Stunt :tub 4- Niqht 4. ALEEET REED BRUCI-INEFI, lR. VVlLLlAM CASON BRUKER Htznzr lg "B" Varsity Foctball 35 Literary Society lc Came-ra Club 4: Sergeant 3, -1: Corporal l, 2. SEYMOUR MAURICE BERMAN LAWRENCE lOHN EUCKI-EY WILLIAM wmsiow BYINGTON HARRY MANLY CARPENTER' TR Academy Literary Scciety 21 3? Alpha Aifcrpcral lg 2nd 'Lieutenant 45 Sabre Lcmbda Sigma 4: Football 3A vlub 45 Freshman Literary Society: Stamp Club 2, 3. O ARC SENIORS A R C SENIORS CHARLES HENRY DAY ILILIAN DAVID DEAN, IR. DOUGLAS FLEETWOOD DAVANT LE GARDE SETZE DOUGHTY, IR. CARL MEYER EDELBLUT, IR. Hiah Honcr I, 2, Eg Treasurer, Beta Club 4, Rifle Tearn 2, El, 47 Lieutenant 47 Sabre Club 4. IONES NEWTON EPPS 'BH Varsity Football l, 2: "A" Varsity Football 3, 4q Letter in Football 4, Basket- ball 2, 3, 45 Letter in Basketball 3, 45 Tracl-C 3, 47 Freshman Literary Societyg Literary Society 2, Sergeant Sp Znd Lieue fenant 4, Sabre Club 45 Varsity Club, Com- pany Football I. THOMAS CAPERTCQN DEAS HERBERT H. DE MEDICIS WILLIAM CARVER DIXON, IR. Sergeant 3, 4p End Lieutenant -5' lift Lieutenant 4, Sabre Club 4. IAMES BARTOW DUNCAN, IR. Honor 25 High Honor lg Sergeant 2, 13, 4. LEONARD THOMAS ELLOTT, IR. DAVID FRANCIS FRANKLIN Literary Society lg Hi-Y Q, 3, 4g Sergeant 2, Lieutenant 37 Captain 4, Sabre Club 3, 4, Cvlee Club 35 Football 2, 3,47 Letter :n Football 3, 45 Spanish Club 47 Captain, Swimrninq Team 37 Stunt Night 4: Student Ccuncil 2, 3g Varsity Club El, -lg Prize Platoon Member 3. ff! A R C SENIORS HENRY AUGUSTUS FULGHUM Sabre Club 55 Guide Sergeant 45 Platoon Sergeant 45 lst Sergeant 45 2nd Lieuten- ant 5. EDWARD WILSON GAY "B" Varsity 3, 45 Corporal 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM HUBERT GOATLEY Hi-Y 45 Football 45 Basketball 45 Track 4. IACK DONALD GULLEDGE THOMAS IERAULD GWIN, IR. Academy Hi-Y Z, 3, 45 Honor l, 25 Fresh- man Literary Socie-ty5 Vice-President Aca- demy Hi-Y 45 President 45 Sergeant 3, 45 B" Varsity Football 45 Track Manager 4. DAVID OTIS HAMBY, IR. IOHN RILEY FULMER, IR. High Honor lp Highest Honor 2, 3: Com- pany Football I5 Corporal 25 Sergeant 35 lst Lieutenant 45 Member of Band 2, 3, 45 Sabre Club 45 Freshman Literary Society5 Academy Literary Society 2, 35 "Rainbow" Staff 3, 45 Charter Member, Bet Club 45 Rifle Team 41 Gold "R" Society 45 2nd Lieutenant 4: Vice-President, Beta Club 4. IOHN GILLILAND GLOVER. IR. Academy Literary Society l, 2, 35 Stamp Club 2, 35 Honor I5 Glee Club 45 "Rain- bow" Statt 35 Freshman Literary Society. SANFORD HARVEY GOLDBERG Freshman Literary Society5 Academy Literary Society 2, 3, Glee Club 4. IAMES ERNEST GUY 'L X OHN THOMAS HAINS, IR. Honor 2, 35 High Honor lg President, Beta Club 45 Rifle Team 2, 3, 45 Lieuten- ant 45 Winner, Individual Prize Drill 35 Gold "R" Society 35 Sabre Club 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Officer of Literary Society 1, 2, 35 Track Team 3, 4. WILLIAM FERGUSON HAMILTON DAVID PIERCE HAMILTON, IR. If -- I If frcffi , MQW i,f1AaoN'rAcr:saiu HARDIN rr-iANr: HAHDEMAN HARRIS Honor I, 25 Higli Honor 35 Freshman Literary Society5 Academy Literary Society llg Glee Club 45 Corporal 4. MCDONALD CUNNINGHAM HAYNIE High Honor lp Treasurer, Literary So- ciety 15 Srcl Place, Declamation Contest lg Literary Society 2: Winner, Declamer's Cup 25 President, Stamp Club 25 Corporal 2, 35 Musketeer Staff 45 Guide Sergeant 45 Platoon Sergeant 45 Track Team 45 De Iating Team 4. GEORGE FELTON HILL, IR, Beta Club 45 High Honor 35 Member Prize Drill Platoon 3, 4. WALTER EUGENE HOLSTEN, IR High Honorg Highest Honor 25 Hlgh Honor 35 Freshman Literary Society5 Char- ter Member Beta Club 45 Corporal I, 3. LE ROY BOWERS HARDEMAII DONALD WENDELL HARGROVE IOHN DORN HARVLEY, IR. Freshman Literary Society5 Academy Literary Society 2: Corporal I: Sergeant 3, 45 Glee Club 45 Asst. Manager "A" Varsity Football Team 45 Camera Club 45 Track 4. IOHN SMITH HEGGIE, IR. Literary Society 1, 25 Corporal I5 Ser- geant 25 lst Lieutenant 35 Captain 45 Motor 45 Secretary, Glee Club 45 Sabre flub 3, 45 Stunt Night 4. MILTON SAMUEL HOCHMUTH Literary Society l, 2, 35 Band 2, 35 Ser- geant 35 lst Lieutenant 45 "Rainbow" Staff 45 Declamation Contest 3, 4: Debating Con- test 45 Debating Team 45 Sabre Club 4: Charter Member, Stamp Club 35 Manager, Track Team 4. THOMAS RAEB HOUCK WILLIAM D ANIEL HUMPHREY LLOYD WESLEY IACKSON IR Hxqh Honor I O Charter Member Bela Club 4 WESLEY DAVID IONES Hola Hon r I 9 Charter Member a Club 4 Serge:-ant 4 PICHAPD ELZAIP KELLY HIY 4 Football 4 Tracl' 4 Class Oftl r POI' HENPY KITCHENS I-Irqh Honor I 2 Honor 3 Bela Club 4 HERMAN FREDERICK BERNARD KOCH IR HUGH DALES HUNGERFORD Honor I '7 3 Corporal Member Pnze quad 4 Member Prrze Company T Rrch 'nond Rrfles FRANCIS FOLK IENNY Hgh Honor I Honor '7 Corporal I 2 3 IULIAN HARRISON IUIJPER CHARLES ALONZO KIMBRELL H nor I Company Football Pnze Platoon Member Rambow Staff 4 Lrter rry SOCIGIY 3 4 V1cePres1cle-nl Llierary ocze-ty 4 Corporal 2 Sergeant 4 Track Ie-am 4 FRANK ROL AND KNAPP IR li OSEPH I- RANKLIN KRAFKA H1qI1 Honor I 2 Captam 4 Sabre Club Gold R Somew 4 Aliernate Declamer and I ASHEY ROY IIROUSE, IR, "B" Varsity Boslcetlirull 13, "A" Varsity - Bmslaethfrll 45 ind Lierrtflrrarit -lg Trrirclc 57, 45 Sulum Club 4, VINCENT ARTHUR LEMON LENWOOD THOMAS LONG RAYMOND RANDOLPH LOYAL IR, Literary Society 1, 2: Hi-Y 3, 4, Foot- 1-rqll 122, -1: Clcrrss Officer fl. 3: Serqricrrrt 4. L14 Q? T A I' . f ,Lf A..- L ETH.-'r pi' ,liLO'r'SELIliT 1.11I'llII.t,r'r'xLTER CLAUDE HQWARD l.l-:INTOSH High Honor Sp Highest Horror l, 'lx Ereslrrrrcrri Literary Society, Beta Club 4, Ccrparcrl 4. fl x OWEN C'LlNTGN LEE Hrmrirrr l, 2, 3, Sfubrfe Club fl: Curpfgrrrrl Serqfrirrit Hg Lfrrril Lif-rrtfirrfxrrt Aly 'Rrdirrlrir' litcrlt 4, Gold "R" Soffif-ty 113 ll-flfllrllrj r E-,rotlfrll TWCIIII 3: Acrzrlirrriy Hi-Y. SWINNEY EOYCE LONG Cuporrirl l, Q7 flrrd l..l'RLllV'I'l'hII'll Fl: Lieutf-rtcrrt 47 Crirptrgriri 55 L1trr'rr',' Stcrfr Q, I-Ii-Y 2, fly Clruplcirr, Hr-Y 4, "B" Vrzrs Football 3, Tffrrms Tclarri fig Truck Teuzrr fl, Letter rri Truck 4, 55 Clie-Dr LD-irriler Corrprrrqnder Pri:-9 Drill Plcrtrtf-trrr 4, Var Club 4, 5: Sabre Club 3, 4, 5. LEROY WILLIAM LONGEWAY ALTON ELIAS LUKE HUGH HILLYARD MAY Hirijr l, Q77 Erilf- Cirr'rr3crr'ry rirrrii Flint' 1 l, fig Prifw Squfxd fi, 4: RiClrr'ri1riCl Rifles Rrrjlrrrrtnd Hi-Y -l. ROBERT DEWEY LTCMICHAEL AR C SENIORS CHRIS C HARLES PAPPAS I-Izmir I, 2: Corporal l 2: 'Rainbowu S'afl E- Sergeant 3. WILLIAINI IRA POWERS, IR. Cimpariy Football l, 2, 33 Corporal I3- Serqeart F: ind Lieutenant -I, Ist Lieuten- artt 5, Captain, 5, Sabre Club 4, 5, I-Ii-'r' 3, 45: Vice-President Hi-Y 4, President, H1-Y 5, Freshman Literary Society, Stunt Niqlit Vlfirner 4: "Rainbow" Staff 5, Gold 'RH Si-ciety 5: Manager, Football Team 2, 3, 4- E' Varsity Basketball 3: Head Cheer Lease: Cy VVin:,er Platocri Drill 4, Winner Company Erill -I: Student Council 5. VINCENT IOSEPH PUNARO WILLIAM AVERY READY Bard l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 4, Corporal 2: Sergeant Ely lid Lieutenant 4, Sabre Club 4. MARION KERSI-IAW RICHARDS STARLING IVEN ROBERTS H-DLSTEIN GEDRSE Pi-.RlI3, IR. H,qli Hifror l I if Atitrafliriy Literirr' Siiciety fl: Rresidert, Afafileniy Lite-rar' Society 4: "E" V-'rrsity Paslzetktall Ll' Carr- Avoral 25 Sergeant 133, lst Seraeant 4, Rain- I5-CWI' Stall 4: CCtrrtpQrr'.',' E41-tlitall -3, Etuztt Niqlit 4: Charter l'.leii.lf.r Let: ' L 4- Ivfuslceleer Reporter 4. ROCI-IELLE CARL PRATT W ROBERT HENRY RAEFORD DE SAUSSURE CLARIISON R1-IODES, H, IOSEPH FLOYD RIVERS "B" Varsity. ROBERT ADC-:ER ROBINSON Company Football Ig "B" Varsity Foot- ball Z5 Letter in Eootball 3, 4, Captain, Varsity 3, Varsity Club 3, 45 Glee Club I, 2, ARC SENIOR .A fl P J' AR C SENIORS IOHN CLEMENT ROESEL Hitnor 35 High l, 25 Corporal l5 2nd Lieuterant 45 Sabre Club 45 Charter Mem- lwer, Beta Club 45 Spanish Club 45 Stamp Club Q, 35 Freshman Literary Society. IOHN THORNTON RUCKER in IAMES FRITZ SALLEY, IR. Sergeant 45 Beta Club. WILLIAM IAMES SCARR Literary Society I, 25 Hi-Y 3, 45 Sere ge-ant 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 "B" Varsity Eootlzall 2, 3. ANDREW MCDADE Sl-IACKELFORD WILLIAM LESTER SHOEMAKER MARSHALL NORRIS ROSIER WILLIAM HAROLD RUSCH High Honor l, 35 Member, Beta Club 4: Spanish C1ub5 2nd Lieutenant 45 Sabre Slub 45 President, Stamp Club 4. GEORGE IAMES SCARR VIVIAN WALTON SCOTT IAMES EDWARD SHELL Corporal I, 35 Guide Sergeant 3, 45 Platoon Sergeant 4. CARL IULIEN SIMON Valedictoriari 45 Highest Honor 1, 2, 35 Literary Society I, 2, 35 Secretary, Literary Society lg "Rainbow" Staff 45 Musketeer Staff 45 Charter Member, Beta Club 45 Corporal I, Z5 Sergeant 3, 45 2nd Lieuten- ant 45 Sabre Club 45 Stunt Night 35 Stamp WILLIAM HENRY SMITH Freshman Literary Societyg Corporal 2, Eg Sergeant 4: Stunt Night 35 Member Prize Platoon 4. LLOYD ALBERT STANFORD Honor lg Literary Society lg Secretary ot Class 27 "E" Varsity 23 Secretary ot Class Sy Tennis Team 3, 4g Sergeant 35 "Rainbow" Staff 45 Varsity Club 4. FORREST CLINTON STROTHER Football 3, 43 Basketball 3, 45 Band l, fl, 22, 4. IOHN IOSEPH SULLIVAN, IR. X l ' i Qt! GEORGE EDWARD TEUTON Honor lp High Honor 27 Sergeant 23 Literary Society Ig Manager, Track Team I. GEORGE CLARK TOOLE WADE HAMPTON SNEED, IR, WILLIAM THEARLE STEELE High Honi-r I: I-liner S: Serg-f-aizt l. GEORGE FRANZ EUHR High I-Iincr I- I-Iighesi Hirnir Q Corporal if Sergeant Ely Qnd Lieutenant 45 Beta Club 4: Sabre Club 4, WILLIAM HUGH TARTE IOE GUYTON THOMPSON President, Student Council 45 President of Class 3, 45 Football Letter, 3, 45 "B" Varsity Football 2g Company Football 27 Gold "R" Society: Corporal 27 Sergeant 37 Lieutenant 3: Captain 4g Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 President Hi-Y 35 Treasurer Hi-Y 3, 4: Ser- geant-atAArms Hi-Y 4. CLEMENT FRANCIS TROMMERHAUSER A R C SENIORS XVARREN HILLARD 'VVOLFE THOIXIALQZ VVONVS VVILUAM BEVERLY VVIIINL SE QLIFFORD XNODDVVARD' IR' Hwfr lg CIPYFIIII 4 55 Svilwf- "'l'1 Rl"A'lUf'v' SC"'i+2!y lg Sand 1 LUM YEE I Vu" Nuqht 'lg G1-QD Club ii. A R C SENIORS F S S T JUNIOR CLASS A-:A D 1 DA F' .::4- . . . ECCO.. D:K: H- ,-,:g - L- , 1 -- a-e r ee Ce . 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A't1ur Fielder Gecrge Joe Axim White A RC UNDERCLASSES X ER Luziors Allerton S C Anthony, Edward Archer, Tracy Ashe, Etton Austin, Billy Austin, Henry Bacon Ioel Baird, Richard Bal-zer, Bobby Balk, William Barnard, Dougls Barnes, Charles Barnes, Wayne Battey, Louis Battle, I, Belding, Ioe Bentley, Hubert Best, I Bland, Charles Boardman, Iack Gi' GJ Bolgia, Bennie Bcinzo Marvin Boyd, William Brodeur, Bill Bryson, Edward Buford, Charles Yougen Bussey, Ben Cappers, Frank Carr, Clyde Carroll, Philip Cason, Iames Caver, Henry Cawley, Sam Clcud, Clifford Coltield, Prentiss Collier, Herbert Tarpley Conlon,Vifillta1n Cooper, Iames Cosby, Ray Coursey, Robert Craft, George Crawford Iimmie Culpepper, B W Darby Sanford Davidson, Iohn DeLong, Otis Dennis, Carver Dennis, Marion Dickson, C, W. Dolan, William Dudley, Elmer Elliott, Sewell Elrod, Hugh Evans, Harry Evans I B Eve, Ioe Farr, Robert Farris, Edward Fisher Richard Fleming, Tom Fulghum, Buford Gilbert, Eugene Gillman, Nathan Givens, Shelton Gleason, Tim Grdyson, Robert Gulledge, Lionel Hagler, I. C, Hamilton, Hugh Hancock, Reginald Harrison, Billy Harrison, Harold Harvard, H I, Hines, Hugh Hitt, Thomas Hodge, Iames Holley, Iohn Hooper, C R, Hoover,I C Horton, Lloyd Howe, Henry Huntington, R Ioe, Albert Ioe, George Iohnston, Howard Iohnston, Iack Ioiner, Rube Iones, Billy Iordan, Merriman Kelley, Allston Kelley, Iack Keenan, Frank King, Pierce King, Claude Kingery, Bill Klein, Louis Kuhllce, Bob Lawrence, Carl Lamkin, Walton Lazenby, Iohn Lazenby, Iosh Lemon, I. LeSueur, Iulictn Elizabeth Lewis, Ed. Linton, Robert Little, W. H. Luke, W. D. Lynn, Malcolm Maguire, Alfred Mahoney, R. E. Mahoney, William Manley, Clarence Marsh, Edwin Mauldin, William Mayo, Rudolph Meurer, Robert Meyers, Iohn Mobley, George Mobley, Iames Mobley, T. I. Morgan, Dan Morgan Iames Moss Beniarnin Moye, Charles Murphy, Ollie McCall,Iol'1n Eranl: McMichael, Marion McNair, Marvin Nobles, S. I l-loles, Robert Norvell, Harold Overman, Lehman Owens, Milwee Parker, H. Parkerson, I. I. Patricl-:, R. H. Peebles, Carl Pember, Ioseph Pollock, Edward Price, Iohn Thomas Prouty Hal Pruvis. Olin Purid Harry Rankin, G D. Rotteree, WL Reiser, Walter Rhodes, McAllister Roberts, Henry Robertson, Heard Ross, Louis Rossbotham, Ioe Rox, Gerald Rucker, lsham Rushton, Lulce Sayer, Wayne Scott, Leonard Schuler, Eddie Seals, Marvin Seigler, Ioe Seigler, William Se:-:ton Clyde Smith, Carroll Smitherman, R. Snelling, G B Snipes, Clarence Steed, Eugene Steinberg Mar: Steinberg, Morris Stelling, Osborne Stone, L A Stone, William Stoudemire,Hinton Sturgis, I. H. Sumner Bernard Thurmond, C. B Todd, Lindell Tom, George Usry, Ira Vickery Roy Waagner, Ma:-: Gil 3 G Juniors Wahl Conrad Wallace William Waller, Harcourt Waller, Iacli Ware, Robert Weathers, Herbert Webb Clifford Weiss, George Welch, Lester Whitley, Donald Wilcox, Ioe Wilkerson Iohn Willingham, Iulian Woo, Edward Woodward Marvin Young Billy Youngblood Harold Young Iohn Godbee, Edwin Iohnson, L E 0-me "7 x N- .-1.1i...s ,., .-...g:: Arnos ard A- . VIBYJES :Q Cha Paul Q-Q-, -55-4 rx.. Hee.. . . vl-Q---...- ea-s : , . ASK-1" y v . Atmnson Aron ' 1 2-t'.'YrEff lffazc larnes SKHSUWL 311.45 A... .,,. Eager ffiflini nv, Eager na.':n :.'g.-.,... 'fu o..,.- "z.--. :.--l- '-- fl- -:...:: .1113- :arre" l.rn:ld :i,.r,, --vt-.-iz. Baie' an ne""'s" :ein r ,,. Y o.a:f: arg as-H: Ba -f A on-.my H Brarldenltgrg ' -5-1--an Y1 -l . D .,,. -,, ..,...,... Brocrn -,..,.. -N--sf -.-..... ....,... 'Y ' . "r Queens- .,... , -X , .'f'I'.'.'IT'2 -"Xl Ervan Bryant Ed Bryant l.far'.'1n .,. . 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Leopard, Coley Leverett, Donald Levy, I W, Lewis, Ernest Lewis, Guy Little, Neal Livingston, D'Autel Lowery, Marion Luke, Iames Markwalter, William Marshall, Otto Ma:-:well A Meyers Walden Myers Ioe Flliott Moredock I VV, Marsh Ierry Medlin, Calvin Meurrer, Ripley Miller, Iohn Miller, Murphey Mitchum, Bernard Montgomery Albert Morehouse, Iimmie Morgan, Dorn Morgan Roy Mulherin, Brian Mulherin, Steve Mulligan, Iack Mulligan,I F. Murphey, Wilbur Murphey, W. I. McGahee, Charles Mf:Lendon, Geo. McLendon, Thomas Neesmith, Quay Nevin, William Newman, Roy North Burnet O'Connor, Robert Ogletree, Sam Gusts, Frank Overton Itmmy Owens, Frank Parker Linton Parrish Iames Paulos Harry Pearson, Sam D Perkins, Bill Perry, W. Wyman Phillips. Iohn Taylor Phillips, Marcus Phillips, Willie Pierce, George Pierce Philip Plunkett, Paul Pomerance, Sanford Ponder, Earl Popkins,Ben1. Powel, Charles Powell, Leonard Prather, C, A. Prather, Duluth Price, Carlos H. 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Wood, LeRoy Wylds, Charles Wylds, Grady Yates, Iames K Youn, Iohn Young, Clarence McCarty, Charles McGahee, H. McGahee, M. L. McGraw, O. A. McGraw, R. W. McKeown, I Mackey, Billy McKie, R. McKinney, Aubrey McLendon, C. McNair, I. Meggins, C. Menger, M. Merritt, W. A. Merry, Pierce Mertins, Otto Meigel, I. Miles R I. Miller, H. I. Miller, M D. Mills, C. A Mills, P Mims, George Mitchell, C C. Mobley, L. Mobley, W Oakley, Dan Odom, Charles Odum, R. Oglesby, T. W. Ogletree, L. E. Ogletree, Lindsey Overstreet, George Owens, C. Page, A. A. Palmer, Allen Palmer, L. Park, H. H. Parker, W. W. Parkman, Iulian Patterson, I. P. Peters, R. C. Phillips, Iohn Phinizy, C. H. Poole,I G. Pope, Fritz Postell, M. Powell, C Edward Powell, Edward, Ir Powell, Iohn Prontaut, L. Price, T. I Rachels, Iames Rachels,I C. Rabon, H. W Sanders, Gus Satche-r,I S. Schlein, George Scott, A. Scott, I. D. Scott, R. Searcey, Charles Servant, L. Sheridan, E C. Sherry, P. B Shockley, I. Shomaker, George Short, William Singleton, Iames Sizemore, Rupert Smith, Euland Smith, Frank Smith, R G. Smith, Wilbur Snipes, W I. Speering, Frcinl: Spicer, R. Spinlcs, David Thompson, L. R. Thompson, P. H. Thompson, W. E. Tiller, Newt Timm, Theo Tirrimerman, B Tinley, T. W. Tompkins, Fred Tutor, Iack Vawter, D W. Venable, W. H. Vidler, A. Walker, Iames Wallace, I. I. Waters, Iohn Watkins, H. Watkins, William Weathers, Iaclc Widener, Nathan Wethersbee, Frank Wheatley, Murray White, Arthur White, Iacl: Whitton, Ben Wiggins Braxton VVidler Paul E I i i a I ,,..,.., -.. A .wh K. iv V.- ' :5.,fsgx'1 95" xy 1 i 1 D., V. A J. . ,. ,, X- q ES! mp- I 3 , QXS-fm! , , ri-1 J ni g J fi- g Cf- yi 2 I gh. E , I' " 4 0 . 1 V , 5 ev. 1 59 1 Q f L V , V , , 5 gc., .pf,'1,' YN, gin 5 Egsjix-RJ, wb.-is 'I ' 'L 1 -. x lay fi AC , 4 1 T1- ?' :m f fl 2: X P ESF ! ,sfgiffi -Sf I XI".-.LN :af :Q gym X 2 199 S Coach J. C. CBig Sixj Luckey Dedicated to our retiring Head coach For his work and efforts with varsity squad. II1'-1111 'lihc .X1':l4lt-11111 'l'1'1+pl1y Shclf ATHLETIC COUNCIL Members of Athletic Committee Kiwi, X. SZlHL'i4L'l1. L'l1:1i1'111'r11 If1t:111k VI, 3,111 Q1- -i'1lllL'N -I1 lI.11AIvi11 XY. XY. Il:11'1' X. nl Kil1vz1t1'iclc lI:11'1'5 til'L'llIlN'l 'If -I. i'iL'l11il'l' lf. XY. lizuwlx 13. if, lihiillllt .X. if AilLl'kl'1'I l' IQ VliCN l Xi i'li1:'1'1'1iQt X. KI. Nl-iX11l1ttv .I, 41, Bl1'IJ1+11.1l11 Members of Athletic Committee of The Board of Education ,I:1111w -I. lI:11'l+i11. Lil1:li1'111 111 II. Al. lie-zntliv Xxftiixlcl' iQ4PililiNll1l If. Xi. Kiilf' -Im. 'lf l'l1111kt-It XX'i'Ii11111 I'. 111112111111 1. KI. Xicklcs I,, l.. iidlll XX. IQ. ll1'1gl1:1111 Ifxff 11110111 My-111I1c1'e Tluws. I. l"c111lc1' H. I.. lI111'1il11'y V3.1-1. euirwiv- Focntball "A, Varsity II, 'I In-'Ng ' II I'-TZHEI. 1 If l'.1Ia' II tgucr I' IQ--I1IH-11 II, KQULHIQ In Iifllq I. ,Xxx-rj. If Mm-.I5 I. Xmm: XXzIIx:1m XI INIIIH I IQ-IwIH+tIw.u1. IM HMM I-. XX fsiml Il. IIVI--:ww -I. Iwtfgg-1':1If1 II, Tart. DI, I I.u'.u1 ax I., II:1rf:y IM N141-II. Mg, Golf lhlmrlw I.YIv.1I.gy ,Iimmiu Imm- ,Ifw ":1Ix':v Im' 1xIllIIIL'I'I1 Tennis liilly 1':1II1.-mx ,Ima Iiziluy -Iulmuy Kr LTIIN Ilvm' IliIIwrt I,I-WI btlilllw-V11 Nrvillc YUIIUV5' I Wearers of the UR" Track I-HI-Ig IZJIILU' -Iwmmil XI-xx: I-Inu' Iam: II11I I'x'w11ty ILHIIIII- 1JrI1:.I!1 I.. If. .Xu-r'y U H V wxm - gm II, 11. .xlrm MM B Varslty XIQJIIQ' Silrw, X Basketball I L-Hwy Ilzauictt Hurry Varrixh Iwnw Iipgw K'Iimm1 Stn-ther 1' 1-watluy Lum Yu' l'iI1x 1' Tim Hlczw-11 IQ. W Ixr: In-B .Xl Klqfrkwulter, Mgr. WI, I'urvif P ,I. -Iwllu-Im II. VU wvIxYZ1r1I KI, 'XX'mImIxx':1r1I IL. Inu' 5 I Xlfuug I'. Plunkett H Klitclmm XY. Iiznwly H. I'axuIw I1, SHIIIII ,X. Ingram K. . I-Uflxxm-'I L. Ifcnxley I.. Iizitlcy J. IQ. wc-In R. Kngvrs 'If Uwiu Hulwrt Griffin II. IHHTIII-11 VI, IYyg1It I. Klurruy I, XYI1itu I.. Ruflmtwn RIIAIIICS VI. Burner I-'. I.acIcman M, ,Xakcy I HIITFHIIEIIQ If IQ. L1I1C'IlIl'L' ll SIUIII, Klgr Cheer Leaders an Band The CHeerLeadem K Q n It l I The Band r PI :In Ntrmgnr N I Inu Ixmg III X lII1Ll"lll II Nnr r knr mr II Ixml IRI' mul HIM I X -1.1 2 H -i , ,VV v 5 he I I -mf '1 I N4 ' T : I I I XX 5' ' ' ' I Lg? 5, , 5 agen' 15 U I xx.: I " i IX'1uIv S11 - -II f 3 .XIII-11 Vultx I ' Q, min, 1,.IvvfN ,Q I I A V .Xm - XY:lc"ftw11 be - 'NH ,I I i 11.4 Cc I.1vIlg' 1 ' . 1 .ff- I If I IAQ If 'fl A-,,,,..-1" I I . 5 WH, IA, ,,... 'W lc, 12 Mm IQ. Umm M W- VH- 1 wr Ia. P11 :mu II. XXVIII! 'ill'1I II, XX'iI " Null If- -I I ." IF. IZA uzml II. ,'I'll ' Q If. KTA, sg' .X. .XXUII III Ifulmcr II. 'A J ,I. 'I' Q Ii. Vary il, Ty 1' I.. XIIINIHI II. I'IVL1I-JL' VI. Ifr: 4:1 lf I'r11tI1vr' II. AI1 V IF. Lu '-" lu - XI, IIIIlIllIL'IIIP1'I'Q XY. IPu11:nx':l3' V I VI. I.uI4m- II, Ku -'Ip lf IIUII II. Iir:uIy U 12, Ihallw If SIIWIIIIUI' I II, I.im'uI XY. II1III4lIII A II, XII '1vIlL'5 X. 1'.,Ic ZI, Xxvdix IX, IIIHIIII '1, ULIMIIIIN Il, XYYWIIIL' XY, Klum-I Il. II:xyw XY, 'I'11rm'r XY. I-Iljv u R1 ryftl 111 Head Fnntlwall Cwach . .Xssistzmt :mrl Iiacktklcl CU .Xssiftzmt and Iiml Coach "ll" Varsity Cnach . .'xSNiStZll1t . Sullivan Ruilins Iixving Luckcy The Coaches . Mr. J. C. Luckey :wh . . Mr. XV. XV. Sullivan . . Mr. R. IL. Rullms . Mr. Geo. XY. Ewing Mr. C. A. Ruystmm V "A" Varsity Football The Musketeers launched their 1937 football season with Marist, of .AXtlanta. here in Augusta. the first game played under the arc lights. The Marist boys scored first. but the home team came back. to pull out with a 7-7 tie: The closing minutes of play saw the ball in the Atlanta boys' possession on Richmond's one-yard line. after four Marist tries had been successfuily repulsed. In the second game of the season, also on Augusta soil, the Academy displayed a strong running attack to rout the Columbus High eleven 33-6. Over two thousand rain-drenched spectators saw Richmond chalk up 18 First downs to Columbus' 4. Charleston High invaded Augusta for the third game and tallied early. XYith the score 20-6 against them at the end of the half, the Musketeers made a gallant effort in the closing minutes to overtake the Charlestonians, but Charleston High finafly emerged with a win of 27-20. For the fourth game of the '37 season, the A. R. C. took the road to Atlanta, to engage the powerful Tech High Smithies. Richmond scored two touchdowns in the last period. but lost. 31-12. Cole's passing featured the latter part of the game. one score resulting from a 33-yard pass to Tarte. and the other, coming on the last play. with a pass to Kelly. The following Friday night. Savannah High trounced the Musketeers 19-7. Savannah scored first on a fumble. but at the half the score read 7-6 in favor of the .-Xugustans. Unable to muster a sustained scoring punch, Richmond was compefled to accept a 19-7 defeat. At the halfway mark of the sixth game. the Musketeers were trailing 6-7, but Luckey's charges put on a driving finish to down the Commercial High eleven 18-7. Smarting from the sting of an early score, Richmond came back to score in the second period. The Academy opened an aereal attack shortly after the beginning of the second quarter. and from this point on it was Richmond .-Xcademy's game. Dick Ke.ly was the spearhead of the Musketeer offense. Columbia High added another scalp to her belt by dropping Richmond 7-6 in a bitterly contested game on a soggy field in the Augusta stadium. Both teams scored early and both Columbia and A. R. C. accounted for seven first downs. I I - . 3 n tie annual Thanksix ing and final game the Lanier I oets. by off-tackle smashes and concerted line plunges. deafeted Richmond here in Augusta to the tune of 26-7. Richmond's only marker being registered by Kelly, who raced 58 yeards to a touchdown. Lanier dominat- ed in almost every department of play. scoring 12 first downs to Richmond's 7. The Musketeer gridders remained idle during the week following their first game. as the game originally scheduled with Brunswick was called ofif because of an epidemic of paralysis n. Brunswick, where the issue was to be decided. ,-frfssf.. . Y-rggl., -. - f--w ---V Y - -L-is .Cf . A . .. W V. ,Hi V 1 'm" , .NA Q L :M Q, 7 Ql . Schedule - . rg u, 5, f 1 l 4 X . M 'Wx A -' . ag' lwclam- ull 1 Marist I ' l W 3? K . Q1 ' pf Q E Glcuu .Xfzulcxuy zcallml wffl ' AN !' X 'ffgfa' .91 ' :HA D , 1 . " ' .L ,,f. mv l'wl11u1lw11N High H ttf' . , l -. -,fin ,A ' 9- ZH lfllarlwtlul lli-flu 77 F I ' ' Q FIN" N J U s x r -L ' 12 ',llL'Cll High Sl kg ' '-" - ,' 1 5ax'auual1 Hmgh l" lj '. 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C "B" Varsity Football ' The "ll" .'zi:'eiij' 1lK'IlL"l this year lfy defeating firaiiiterille lligh lfy it faire 1If39t1' U. l verv i"'m 'In the tc' in xnxx' Nervice in piling up this fc-ire. ,.t i In the -et' 'nil c-inte-t the juni--r cznletx f"lL1llfl tliemselvex up ztgztinft at ftr-,nger nity. ii- tnt in the 1-erw :ix Hi l.ino-lntwn lligh, The ll team ingtngtgg-fl t.. win liy It Spire inf 13 t.. 7, The "li" Yziwity. after at 2-.eekl reft. ti' lathe tielwl zigztinft XYarrent-in. .xltllfvllgll this 'une -eeint-fl ti- lie all in fztx-li' -if the "li" team. the gnnte cn-'lefl in at 0 In U tie. The 1"-ll-,niiig meek the in-yx again twill: their ftzmfl zigztinxt lgiiigley-llatli. The "li" lztyerx Ntill lacking the final 1-unch hzul to :+.C:e1:t it lil-O tie in thie game. tt eel-Q-enil the teznn ztgztin tn- fi tif the field in the annual gznne with XYaytie5- ,XIICY li Ii" ' '.'.' lwr-I. nl hey Nlilvwcfl the puncli that their hurl litckefl in the tv:-I prccwling gznnex ln' winning mth zt -wire --t 241-0 Returning tn h-'nie wii the "li" 1611111 enc .unterefl Ntitt- yy- Nitii n in the X1-rth ,Xugusta h zuzul. Since l-' th teinnx were unrlefezttefl liefff e this game. it large crtmwl wax in ztttenflzince t 1 Nec v.'liz.tpr1 infwil tn lie 1 ne -if the l-est "B" Yztrxity gninef -if the Neziwii. .Xfter an early tzart lg' Xt :th fxuguxtzt. ltimkitig zt kick anl fc-Iring. in the tirxt periwl. the "B" team iztnztge-l tt. Q- ine ltztck :intl gain 2 prints frmn at ezifety. In the thirfl pcriffcl. after time ztjciiig -In the "ll" ity! i-ztrt. the some war get up t- "li" Yarfity N. X. .X. 13, After X ec--ring flrixe the "ll" team threatenenl feveral timer tl' -ofre again. lrut every time f u' fri in nztfl l-rettlcx. The X. .X. tcfilll flfl threaten rf,'!'l'+llNlf' :after the half. ng fittrth .kiiguxtzt :anne nzztrkefl Z1 clixnftx nf ri very fucceffful feawn for the t liiuh. nnflti tl e fateful xinlervisiwxi 1 f Cf :ich lfwing ztnfl .xxilxlfllll Chzirlef Stullw. f-'f-fl itx Q ni untlefeatefl zinfl tiel -tnly twice. SCII TNI YllHLNl 4111 4 Lt Oct Xen Nm 1 fl J'. I I H111 lex lfh11I1111 F I I 1 111 I ' ltl N ii A Varsity . 'Y ' 1 Y I- W, N ' f 1 I- f x 'f io-1 ..- ,- , ff , f l 1' 5. 1 X 'K , ' '33 1'5- i x my D s lv Q I X, l tic- l-,mv l vllv li--Zttlcx' lim 4 ,len-1-ii lv 5' lXl"'11v' ll irrx' l'Zll'1'lNll l liiitwii Ftrwtlit-r iii Yut- Q ix' llztgqt-tt Squad -I L .I ,I .tiimiul Fumi hu l31ii'i"f11"'lit' x K N ivirk 1 nik liimziii tii l'-ipkiii tiix Klztrfh l"ll'li- l'luiikrtt ' 'wztliri' ll"T l uqciic Millft-i't .l.. Xl tilt muy L'-'Mimi' Manager AI Marlcwalter The V933 .X li. Lf lwztfkctlmll tt-:im ciijr-yerl quite It -wicca-ful -cn--iii llllfltl' LU-zicliea XX'emlell Sulli- vziiil :mil lbw' R1-lliifs expert qtiirlzuicc. fnsliiriniiig win- fwcr kl1iriiiit'i't'izil. twice. lieiit-flictiiie. and Sarrmiizth iii tht- li.l,.X,iX. 'l'f uriiztmc-iit. .Xlwiig with thc-t rift-f1'it-f. the Kliiskctcer- zulrlwl ti- their lwelts tlxc -t'z1l1r- uf Liwluiiiliizi High. .Xiiflcr-H11 lligh. lli-hi'ii-lfiiglzmfl. 'llliwiii-Hu. :mil iiuiiicrivtl- 1-the-rs. liffr thc lit-t fuw yt-:tr-. tht- .Xczirlciiiy lvaskethnll lllllllI5 hzivc lit-cn t-limiiizitcil in the zuiiiuzll 'l'r:u,lc lliftrict 'li-'ti1'ii:mit'iit hclwl :it thc Y.Kl.L'.,X.. lvut this yt-:ir it wrt- rt 1liti'ci't-iit at-Wy. The llurple :mtl Grid wutclzi--eil 1-i':1cticnlly all --f the tliirty-fire teams ciitercrl. zirlmini-tcriiig fwuitml thru-hinga tw llcfur- mitk, 48-131 lfllt-iitf-ii. 43-173 XYrt-nf. 23-ll: and liihs-iii. in the tirizilf, 24-l-l. llarry llrtrrish wma the liigli-in-im mam uf tht' tfruriizmiciit. ln tht- l1.l..X..X. tuuriizmieiit in Klztoni. the .Kea- flcmx- wua sclit-rltilwl tw meet Savzuiiizali lligh in the Iirsti rf-uiirl. The liwmc-ti-wn lmyf pr-'ceetled to aveiigt- tliemfelves vii the lllue Jackets fi-r the two prcriwris lvczitiiigf. Ivy licking the Gccclxes 37-5-l. and thus putting the We-tiiiiriiziiiitliit fax'wi'ites out of rumiiiig lwef-'rc they knew what it all almut. The llusketeers wt-nt un tw rwut Cfmiiiieitiftl SS-20. lmt met clefcnt at the hzimls irf hlurclzm. Kloiirue defeated the ,X. R. 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' , ri uf' , l " '5,1f ',",f V, 'I' ' :',"fNi X Q -430, fl, 11' " ' , , lfidfht J" ' f Y IP, ' Ki A W fmrtl Q + W' A, ff" i ,., 5.-5 54 Jill'-',g? If Q ' ' ' 1 if-V s, " x ' ' 3 , E? it ig! ' - Ei, ' Y 9 ' 4173 'Q 4.-Ae iwvff ' U . ..rig i-fwfl'-t"i' U' -Wfifffiii , v ' 'Wil' ,, -y 1 N1 ee ri zllw-i :Lf --11' ' if 5 1. ,, , i , V 4 -4 l. C. A. Girls Basketball The Junior College girls' sextet got uit to a slow start, dropping the hrst game to Harlem, but from then on. -l. C. A. was on the hig encl of the score in all hut one game. This game was a hard fought, tightly contested skirmish, with Dan Cohen winning out 33-39. after the local girls hacl alreacly licked them twice earlier in the season, hy the scores of 30-13 and 34-28. Coach Charlie Royston's Jaguars practically walked away with the girls' city loop, anrl, in doing so, exhibited a sure-fire passing attack that virtually 1-utclassecl the other teams. The Junior College co-ecls smothered Mount St. Joseph 36-ll in their final game on the Y,M.C.:X. court, to win the Cvirls' City Championship. The Jaguars should certainly he comnienclecl on such a creclitahle showing this season, their lirst year unfler Coach Royston, who took the place of .Nlhert Simpson, last year's coach. The girls responsihle for this impressive record are: Anne Stulh, Beverly Newberry, Milrlrecl Thiot, .Xllen Cutts, .lane Paquette, Frances Mc.-Xllister. Betty Farr, Marion Max- well. Mary K. Reiser, llarriett Serotta, .-Xnn XVaterston, Dot Dickerson, Poncler Brown, :incl Mellm Carstarphen. 'FY v, ti l i I v i l l l l V l l l i l l I 1 L J .ICP JC! L., L4- S is Y NN fl max. 1 YO.-XCH tfl-IARLI li R1 JYSTON Harriett Scrutta Dulmtlzy Ilickersoxt Twclclle lllltj' RlZ11'lI'l!1 Maxwell l:l'Zll1L'ffS licnuett Clztuclinc XYclls .Xlmc XYz1tc1'stn11 Mary K, Rciscr fume lhcluctte Juniwr Cullen- City League City l.c1.g4uc 'fitv l.L-ztgm' QNCA W Y., 4 kk X1 4 Squad ,XIIITC Stullm Frances Mckllister Allen Cutts Beverly Newberry Betty Farr Milflrcfl Thiot Pfmrlem' Brown Mcllvu Carstnrphen City League Pity City City City City City l-cztg11c lmztguc Lcaguu Langue League Leztguc Schedule I4 Harlem 20 44 'l'l1omsm1 50 -ll 'I'l1omfwn 20 34 EV21114 24 30 Dan tfrvlmcn 15 ffl Ylrluttc 20 ll? Ilsnring ll 53 l:I':E'flH12'lll'S 39 41 Mt, St. .lUSC1Yll S 247 IX-aring 11 3-l Dan Lljwlmcll 28 30 Mt. St. 10561111 11 36 Mt. St. ,l0S'3pl1p ll 37 ll-l'lClllllZlllvS 24 22 Yiclette 15 29 Dau COllCIl S5 -ll Friemlman's 26 36 Mt. St. Joseph 11 1 TRACK 0 i937 Season I938 Season 'l'he l"37 X. li. lf. tr'1elc teain was 01111111-sell of 'llhe IUSN -easwn ivrnnii-es Il real track team. one alninst entirely new nien. wily' three letter nien. that will give these t1.l,.X..X. teznns plenty of trou- l1r-rlity. l.11ng3 anrl Sneefl. returning fruin the pre- lvle. The 'SN Klusketeers lost the tirst meet in a eerlinq x'e:1r's swluafl. ln spite of this lack uf ex- lwitterly cwntestefl lwattle on the South L4lll'4Ill11I1l1Clf1. lierieiieeil track nien. L7-vaeli Lgiiigstiiii lhilt-in ninlclerl .1 well-l falaneerl teain tri im '37 Xlusketeer lioifefnls The l'ur11le anfl tif-lcl sche- flnle inelufleil the lca High l'nets,L11lu111l11a lligh. Lwtlisville. and llirens. 111 the 1l1Z111g'1ll'21l nieet nf the seas: ln. Ricliilionwl walll 'yell 1Yrens. then 111'-feeetlenl tw aclniinister Il licking to the I,..1iisx'illel111ysg lint iliwppeil the next one to i Lullllillvll lligl1.ai11ll11stt'1theiuw 'l fulfnl Xlaenit teani in a hairl- the 11.11 C. All Tlme Track Records NWI' 100-Yd. Dash-10 sec. 1-1. Cleckley- 1921 ' 220-Yd. Dash-22 4-5 Sec. H. Cleckfey, 1921 440-Yd Dash-50 4-10 Sec. I. Trowbridge 1932 880-Yd. Run-2 Min. S Sec. C. Atkinson, 1936 Mile Run-4 Min. 52 Sec. C. Atkinson, 1936 880-Yd. Relay-1 Min. 34 Sec. 1929 Bentley, Cohen, Williams, Iackson 120-Yd. L. Hurdles-13 4-5 Sec. M. Williams. 1924 200-Yd. L. Hurdlesi23.5 Sec. Bob Baker, 1937 120-Yd. H. Hurdles-16 Sec. P. Towns. 1937 High lump-5 ft. 10 in. E. Cutts, 1933 -, Broad Iump-21 ft. 5 in H. Rainwater, 1929 ' Pole Vault-11 It. 5 in. H. Rainwater, 1929 Yer- 12-Lb. Shot Put-44 ft. S in. C, Thompson, 1936 1 I Discus Throw-123 ft, 1 in. H. Prouty 1938 Discus, lunior-155 it. 1 in H. Cleckley, 1921 Iavelin Throw-151 tt. B in. C. R. Pearre 1936 tuught ineet that furnisheil N thrills friiin start tw t1ni.h. Q .Xt the close ot the sea on Llnaeli llwltwn awarmlerl a niiieh larger ntnnlwer uf let- ters than he hail given in any tif the 1l1'L'Y14'llN seas-ins, These are the Academy Track and field records that have been made by some oi outstanding track men in the history up-to-date of our school. We hope that these records will be betered by our students in years to come. G. I.. Bolton, Track Coach. l938 Schedule and Results lint literally snn-tlierefl an n11tc':1sse1l 1Yrens team on the lwcal fielrl. Two weeks later liielnni-nfl 'lf'111'11Cf'C'fl tw .Xtlanta anrl hanrlerl 11.Rl.A. a flefeat that estalvlisheml tl1e l1-P1110 team as a strung emm- tencler for the l1.l..X..X. title. The next week founfl the Musketeers engaging the La- nier lligh Poets from Ma- nn. This cluel meet iiiwwefl 111 lze :1 very close one even tlinugh the .xCIltlCl11f' lmys Inst This week they will meet lfloys High ttf .Xtlant:1, on the lneal grmiimls. 11'e're all right hehinfl 51111. ll1'j'S. NU QU 111 illfWZillup them anrl slinw this team whos who in Rlacnn at the 1.,1..x..x.y Klareh l.:th lfnlunilvia lligh IHS liicliniivnfl 57 Xilril 4th Xlvrens 15 75 ,Xpril 12th liL'Hl'QlIlK1lll1Ztl'f'.XC11flC FS I1-l .Xpril 2.31141 l.anier lligh ri-L SS ,Xiwril fllth llnys' High 4X-it PlIlj'L'lll Klav nth '3.l.,X..X. 1X-11 l'l'1v1-lla Track Team 1411 R-mul UXLL 1 1 xtn 111113 1 lX 11 Iylklx Ixmllx ll N 1 Il 1111 N111111 111 1 X1 Xl INNL 11111 UXXL L 111 Ill 1 1tL11 ,11 Q A ull L S va if Lwltf 11 CUM W- ' "'b- 46,1 .ls-if ., H2354 3-has DAQ gl:- .. QQ. ,ml- S 1 1 'T- 1- g f ly. ' , m Y '31 , - Q 1 5 ik ' . L-' V 1 -:V I n W4 V Q .MV 2'f 3fa.v3f V ' '- XY: '- Ii I.111g , Ifrl fXI:11'fl1 t'11,' 111 T11 15611 - 11, 11, cl 'ff , .',x L, A 1 -.1--.?. 1- I lm- If llcr ,A ' V ' 'A '. 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Mflrclm Zrvlll .Xlvril Sth .Xprfl ZUII1 .Xpril .Nth Huy YIU1 Team Ifrrmk Rubinsun Hc1'Inc1't Stelling Iiilly Callmuu 'Tupn NCXYITIZIH 1161 1l"" Nc XY. Iiwingx 0111011 Schedule and Scores .Xrimwtrmug KHCWH miur Ll lax xmxl ry t'l'l1crc5 l'. lf. l:I't'NlllllL'11 l'l'lu-rub NYUIT--r'vl l:I'L'wl1lNi'll 1'I'l10rc? .Xrllletrumg I, Lf 1'1'l16FC5 'L' I KM-1 Playcfll IXM Plnvcfll fIXwt Vlzlvull 'm lX41t Ilzlvwli .'XI'1TlStI'O11Q 6 April April April April April April April May let Sth lStl1 19tl1 22m Zfvtli .ltltli .iril l . R. C Tennis Team .Inlinnic Kearns ugi I ll Eugene Gilbert NIL in l.lnyml Stanford Ink Hwrrell NI r Lluacli XY. lf lun w Q 1 n Schedule and Scores Savannrili Atlicns Greenville .xl1flL'fSi7ll Sauxuinzili Anders' in Giwciivillv An lsr pn ne., fix Vflierel lTlicrcl Vflierel lHerel C' Hfrel 1Tlie-rel 1Hcrsl ll-lcrel 1 4 l I i W 4 L l K tu I w r w 1 'T' , - ,,Qp.,,?, L la ,, 'x T 4 5 1 Q S.W -'-H-'-'AH ""' ' 'L "Mii! 5 V 4. ' F I v y S 'I Qv B , e N 1' Y f'. iff' i 51 Q I , l L i L, E.. N ' in l i I. , Elf 1 Fi' 7 F .sf I 135: Iwi .ki . N-5 gfe, 'Cx J ,N-4 su J K , L. H Q ,. . 11 ,vfzygup .iq srbg 4 A Lvd q..s is ,335 .5.2 b.Q? fy -'Q ' 'll -sh fs QW ,' 6 . ,l', 'S Il 0 0 K F 0 U R 0 E .5 Major John W. O'Daniel The young men now in our R. O. T. C. will in the years to come be deciding factors in the progress of our National Defense, They must be steadfast, and vote unflirrchinqly to support the things for which our forefathers fought and bequeathed to usp namely, liberty and democracy. Sta P... , ,, v, ,Q r WZ 1' ,r W,- 'W 1' QM, , , 15.1. ,Z -ff -' ' ' J 3 u Sergeant William C. McGee The well disciplined cadet is one who d1scif.xrqes :my duty cxsslqxed hmm by has pcrerzis mstructors instantly, wxlhnqly, and in cz cheerful manner. Colors ? ...gp Regimental Staff 9 'C' g,L, BILL IAKES COLONEL IO!-IN H. HALL, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL LANE BUSH, SPONSOR L. A. TYCE, MAJOR DOROTHY HAYNIE, SPONSOR BILLY CALHOUN, CAPTAIN ANNE LOMBARD, SPONSOR J., , a .LJQ lgfvrr A,v""' 1 K Q -V 33 Q Q ',Zf,'! NELL DANIEL SPONSOR FRANK HOOPER, COLONEL MARY MAE WELLS, SPONSOR M 'k JOE HEFPERNAN, MAJOR CAROLYN HULL, SPONSOR L, 7 lyf J x U . YNADE SNEED CAPTAII CARY GREEN, EPQI Regimental J A ,fllvff Staff 'QT QQ. ,avg , 4- O f Q Q1-Q ' f I 1 ' ' ,..Lgg,,. N '-'7 K Q l 1-.1 ., 4 A 'J Fl x w I Eg, YF 1. I U .1 l A N V in I rw G' GORDON KELLY, LJIATOR PHILIP WILHEIT, ADIUTANT HELEN BOARDMAN, SPONSOR DORIS WALLACE, SPONS First Battalion BH ,-- ,-' -- . ..,4:., ,J .., Puq'-f"ff1,-. - -.. -V.. '.11..f,..l,g .e-ws'J5' ' af' .--49-Q :F -1-.P.R.L2.-.1-I A... L O, C. " 'W 1EUTE::Ar1T LEE Qzzz LIEUTENA:-:T YATK HAINS, .THD LzE'g'rE::A1:T O. CAVE, :ND LIEUTENANT Company A ABNER ZOVAR, CAPTAIN MILDRED PITTS, SPONSOR 1 ug, .v ...u ga - , , ' 1 Q'-0 'T DAVID FRANKLIN, CAPTAIN BERTI-IA BARRETT, SPONSFR TEE EALII, l:T L11:w'rf:::,xr C. A. 'f'HfxLIfFP Qui' I,1E11'rf::: HSLLIIJGEWCPLTH rx' LIE 5 PLITQ H ,z 'I X . k,.TI 5 4 .4 3 Q 1, TW Company B VTE ' Company C in ft BILL Y W 4 GORDON MARTIN, CAPTAIN SARA BAILEY, SPONSOR A0 IULIAN EALECN'v'v'1i'lII, 2111! L1Ew:Tszm::T IRVIN DAITCH, IQT L1EvrTEx1Axw'r , GRADY McF.AE, QNX LIKVTENA ETLLY '.'.'HEELT"'f' 3:1 L nil' 'ack 'Kwik ' 0 ff. f'61LfI'L fnjvvivry Company D Y I I 1 I K 1 I I I I l 6 I V I P x F l f 5 13 " ' JACK HEGGIE, Muon BERT GARY! ,ZKDIUTANT GEORGIA MULHERIN, SPONSOR MARY HILL, SPoNs-JR Second Battalion Y-33 CHARLES GWIN, ZND LIEUTENANT WILLIAM DIXON, 2ND LIEUTENANT C. DE MEDICIS, 151' LIEUTENANT Company E HERBERT STELLING, CAPTAIN MARTHA STELLING, SPONSOR ,niiiiiiEiiE!lenzl:::-' ,, Linif "1,ff'f ff? -if IACK OUZTS, CAPTAIN BETTY MORAN, SPONSOR V825 ,v 'U' 1 PAUL VIHALEY, frm LIEUTEIIAIJT PRESTON TCYWNS, l."1' L1E1vTl2:1Ar1T JACK WIDENU-c, I.xEw"m1::A::T Company F . Qi' +1 i . A. M.- ! """T SHEPPEWH 15? L:E1'T5::.1.3:T -- wr Q .1 vv-,v-, ,-,W , , , EL.H.Dau,H.-ar.- -:.- L.E,rC:.. f.l.?.L EI E' T ' Company G NLD' S'ELI.IN3, CAPTAS: I-JAEY KATHERINE REISEH, SPONSOR E4 I e r , Y -. 1, 'A GPG?" . f li. , .Q , . GUYTON THOMPSON, CAPTAIN CORINNE ELLIOTT, SPQNSGR GEORGE SUHR, ZNL' LIEUTEIIANT BOB BAILEY, Zum Llr:uTsr:ANT CHARLES BROTHERTON, 151' LIEUTEIJF-.IIT Company I-I Yfivlff ' Qs 1 -W ' S' 'Q "" x L A Q 4' ! .f nwkbwwbufd L90 'E . --,+ -.KA PFLANP. Hf-MQP':,E, 1..wLQ::EL ..,,,F.LL,, , A Third Battalion '- 'ggi' E ' 91- b - b-" - ,- ' -"5 -if 5: . f 'f I - ' A rPr A Company I A A Nr . . . , Q 4 vi 3 BOYCE LONG, CAPTAIN LOUISE HAINS, SPONSOR MN' BILLY COCI-IRANE, CAPTAIN ROBERTA PHILLIPS, SPONSOR CARL SIIIIOIXI, rffll' I.1I:"TI:::A:1T Ib. FMII' SI-.IITH Company K LUQIAIJ ',IIIxNI.f', QIIII IIII L avr! RV' I fgiii EUGENE GGETCHIUS, 157' L1EL'T1:::A::7 I. ROESEL, END LzEuTENm:T TOE NUM-EEEEN VJ: L1E1'Ts::A::T Company L ORYILLE YEEDEHY, CAPTAIN FRANCES McALI.ISTER, SP:NsoR QZK' wifi-, 'T K -. ,L . V PAUL BAILEY, CAPTAIN ELIZABETH ERYANS, SPONSOR ' MARVIN EONIO, 2:13 I.11:UT1:1mx:T HARRY CARPEI-ITEFL Lf'r::I LIE '," :'r:::m:T E, C, B. DANFCIPITI-I, ZIJQ' I.1EL'TE:1A::7 Company M o rv- I 1 X l M59 I I . .,., ,fe Svgxi ' . N, Q xx -1. 11 ,. 11 1, 1 1. 1. 1 ,. W 1 1. 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 1 1, 1, 1' 1 1 I 1 1 in Rifle Team Sl' ROW L ft tai Fight T Eall- .abl air l wer i ovar Q5 GND RCW L t t Riaht L urs Tx Vw ur' r Pr LOblICIFE Wale gn cgl lal- E rriiinar H1 per iv FW DOW L tt Fialt un Teiiiy Lxrriqun. CIl'VlF S lQ38 i-ieerst Trophy Team e lofq Hearst Trirphy Team was rc nk-ed first armifq hi h ah ST S of i , Urn if qtates and i: c 's 3 vers, . T. l-I. is, I., was nam:-d indiviiual naqnxl champign of the R.O.T.C. units. Each bay will receive a midal tor thi Cnrps Area Match and a me al or the National Match. Th team vi 'i , sent: wi. ii s ver , :ire 1 ii' fcrps Are- Champwnship and a silver cup t:r tl: Natwginal Charitpizrisliip, For three consecutive years, our rifle team nas won th, orps Area M:rt:h. The winning of the national championship Came- as cr result O, a prociss Qi iiiveliwpment, 1 rays av, een shooting more consistently from year ta ye r . id ecarmna mere coniaent 'PCGUST it t i' excellent training. All the members of the rifle team began thiir rili: marksrnanship undtr the acachi q of Sergeant Wm, C. MCG-ee. This year, hfwevtr, the tiam 'vas coachii by N' qeznt . P. Wilkerson. The members of the rifle team are: Iacl: Hains, Abner Ccvar, Bill lakes, Theo Ballz, and Riley Fulmer. B 77' 12. CD. T. C. Band D. fl. QTICLTL :IEEE W' 1-. F.,-f.-NM1 .. .,. ... ,.--N , . F..,-T .,,.. ,-,,.., uf.. .rI..., EUS. H,..-., -r...,Y::wy.. - -4,Yw -:,,- FOURTH HDI' ' 1 T P-gf-10A-Q'--fix Yak! .,,..,..J..,. ,, -..f..,,.,J... ..-..,...., .:.... '1 E. ', 11111 Lit. EI""'f E. Lzitp. ' "L-ml f-'Q-Q: ,J . -.Y-Y L PNAS, ' ' -UA--na v,. V ,3.r:E111r Cale Pirfes ...--, :...,. 1-1" mv.. A. Clzud E. Wvnne HT. G19 is :n T- -- - 'T. G1'.'!x1Ls 12 Pxcture. N. hues gs l -.1 1 if-.3 '15 l 21 Y-131 ,in -.3 U ,guts if B --e.. .: ---11 in -A Q 'N Q - 0 Officers of the Band IACK MASON LOUIS GRIFFIN BILL WYNNE IOSEPI-I KRAFKA SI-IRLEY KONTZ ANNABELLE CORLEY ELIZABETH MARSH LESLIE YOUNGBLOOD WALTER CRESON W. A. READY ALBERT CLOUD ROY KROUSE W, H. COOPER I. R. FULMER -. ' iff-a " Sabre Club r" 1 " 4 5' I I 1 I Vf-- V 5 1 U 5,-YY,,Y1,-,- Yr- -.,J.YYa1ff.t+f :11- 4' ' r. nr --I I-Je Heffernan Wade Sneecl Abner Covcr Gordon Martin loci: Ouzis Members of Sabre Club COLONEL CDLONLL Yvlvllllilli I-:il-:es Wreshniizri l:l'E'Q1!l'IE'Illl Frank Hooper Gordon l. C, Levy B. Verdery VVH1, E. Vfynne Tee Boll: C, Dekfledicis l. Sf'1f1i1p111r11l 11 he 1e1A+-1111+ 1. -Q. .1,1... 1' 1--1.-1 31: Llflifo C. 'fl Ly: X' '.'T, H. P11155 fii es Epps Ln. lflrjllrxe F-Jul V1fl11:1ley Li Solar 3 me ci 1... R. .s.l L. 'fl11:111ey B. Dornfzrtli VV. F, Creson MAKERS Kelley CAPTAINS Billy Colhoun David Franklin Bert Gary Carl Stellinq Boyce Long P-Jul Ecnley I. F. Kr-lllzu EST UEUTENANTS 'N N Al ex Burrell L Vfiderier C, Ez' t'1e11:11i E. V. N Geftlt V. P. liilliiif-I D LlEi,'TENANTS - 'Nofrl C5111 VW L. 1-1. 1 lic- A113-1,1 llfwi. Yflieeless YU. L' 1 T. Ellgclicxril D. E-31ley B. R. Smith 1. liloesel H. Carpenter A, R. Krause LT.-CCLQNEL Iolin R. Hall lucl: Heqqie 1115 L. A. Tyce Philip Wilheit Billy Powers Herbert Sfellinq Guyfon Thorripson I. Coclirune Louis Griffin A. L. Mcrson Irvin Dcrifch Preston Towns Lefn Sinr 'in L. L. Y. Liziqlgrl-t C. Holliriqsworili Henry F11lqli1,1r11 l11li131:1 liilldcvwski U. Gwin C, E1..Qll.rl1.1t 4,. Alfred Botiey Cilllil Simon lee Mullieriri lil, Bonzo XIV. A. Ready Wf H, Cooper T. S. Ccrrriqcxn .W G i I A 1 44 J 'T . w 4 i 1 O P I I I i I 4 I '1 I 1 4 H ,J A Kr. 3 . . frgx Q : X . .SK . . 1:3 w Q gist. , Ex? i -v is v a' 1 E L i I, 'F2:.s:1w: i ,-SFS' - Xing NT: " 1, 4341-I2 N . ' Q59 QSk?'1Q:..3 - ,..,. N, L - - A,, B Sfwzf Wiqfzf Ciigserx irim riuziierius siziis as wiziiier of Stunt Night was the Scrtiriccl Style Siiiw snorted by the Hcrriqigv-sr Ciiib. iirimediuiely after the actual fashion revue by this iumir Czlieqe C-I'-'ESS' ami Tukmcr, seiiicrs, the members :if xhe Hunqzver crqariizrzitiizi if the rfiozxeiriy rirsseigied I3 pcrrjiiiy 5:1 the prec-sdiriq iluiiiher. Tal-img part in the style ski.-.' were lite fgiigwirtq charming young ladies: Miss H'w:rrd i'wiC'IZ'LiC'Sh, '.-iii: 1 -y,' H9 in iiuiisry aftern:-:ri dressy Miss Willie Merritt, crttirsd in C1 :livers-ji chiiigri rec Q".-. .y ifiss Fish Tfxtgqiiis, whiz appeared in in siartlzriqly nisderri s ',1. f rm suiip ifiss Iiiiizzi E--xiiiwsiii, whti wire quyiy striped beqrh pu uit s Ifiss Tim E31-irzxrhzrrd, CIIi11'?'3l ITL 13 ilzx-xsrsll chiffi:-ri evening frlickq arid Missa-s I Eiardfzi-3:1 1:1113 Aifrssi Eiiiiey, 5 rixspisryei' ','.'Pii3i the weli- cirssseii girl x-.f,x.fi 'xxecr . :iriiui s'.fe:'.i:v7 iziixirs. flzsier gi cxfaziigiiies, mam- nqxinq the pigxufiiii '.',' 1121 1 'tins' 'iii 4, ' ,-.' Us ?3',ii Eciilc-y ins if ik-3 'vsvs " 1" Q fwurzi 1' Q 4.9 , 'REEL , ..,, M J x T' x" 3 de i I I IV! .5 fzuzf Wqfzf .gm 11011 evue mzfcsfrnzfs TUBMAN SENIORS ROBERTA PHILLIPS BETTY ANDREWS CLARA NELLE FORTUNE ANNE OLIANIEL GEORGIA PAQUETTE I. C. A. FRESHMEN CONNIE LANIEH CAROLYN I-IULL ERANHIE I-IREPPS NELL DANIEL MARY MAE WELLS I. C. A. SOPHOMORES FRANCES MQALLISTER BETTY FARR ALLEN CUTTS ANNE COTTER LEOLINE ELACK Ns xx. uperfafives O BEST ALL ROUND SENIOR ,....,..-,. -:,., ,-:Av ALR. C. MOST POPULAR SENIOR A.H.C. BEST SENIOR ATHLETE A. H. C. BEST ALL BOUND SOPHOMOBE 2. C. A. SOPHOMORE V RLEDICTORIAN FI 'EL YN SHORT C MOST POULAR SOPHOMORE GIRL FRANCES MCALLISTER I. C. B. MOST POPULAR SOPHOMORE BOY ! GORDON KELLY I .C.A. NIOR VALEDICTORIAN . R. . MOST POPULAR FRESHMAN GIRL CONNIE LANIEH I. C. A. Mosr POPULAR PRESHMAN nov IAK I, OIIZTS J. C. A. W 1.3 , , , 54,- eaufies U if n 'J 1 4 1 I 'ix 57' . 138' 'N . , ,pw 4 QIFQ 5- 3 . ' Q E535 L T 1 X Magazin S 1 4 X41 ij ., V. N I 4 Q, 1 -rrsf ,"Y 1 I Q , I X . 1 " ,V S f byvfrl 1- Ti J f I 4- f I 1 X I f " ' Y 4, ry 5' --,s I9-1--"-L. s..,,g..fL f I .1 ' X f.. -.,, ., , lj 1 f " ' 5 4- E . f ,v,-,h, Q 14- V.. Luk I 7 ,f LQ, 1 Q 9' 1 V , f ,il 1 .f I 1 -f f ,..f. -f - pf - , , v f 3 , K 2, , , ,Y ft .X ' , x.. ML 4 X, 1 X K I 1 , ' ' V 'X -, ' I -, 'Nl I g' , - Y 1 ,f fi I . 72.01 ceo We-QM! fe? i fl XT N -1 fl 'r N M , I i n I in I -H I7 1 4 Y 5 s 0 if -R X, - 'E v f X 5223... if 2 M Q K x ,4 we is 2 4 D .Ay-O., ' J xv i ,MIB 35 5+ ,ii Q .av AW .wi 4 'X 'F-:.?'r2.gye ' 4 '-"li'ff':1f'N'b 1 - 1. ' P , I W N w z I I V I Y. f l l N I 4 1 1 1 , T! , 't . 5 K' 1... 6 'A,u 'Ax , N - -L X ., I 'N I -C ' f Q -r-f4XLw1.1 f, fffazy Mae mm " r NJN' 1 7 1 '-Q? I E s Yfy XM!! lpanief ,.. .ieffy -Qnff 4 1 I i .xy - T W 1 I 5 ! 1 1 f F i i,,:-ax :xml H--7 1 Eugene Goetchius Charles VVhaley Georqe T. Rhodes VV. R. Kennedy, Ir. Gordon Kelly Frank Robinson Charles Houston Lewis Newman Harry Popkin Demo Thevaos lack Mason Gold "Ru Society lack Ougts I. C, Levy lack l-lains Louis Griffin Charles Stulb Leon Simon Earl Waller Preston Towns Paul Bailey Alex Barrett DR. I. M. ELLIS, Faculty Adviser '- E Leslie Youngblood William Cochrane Orville Verde-ry James Lazenby Riley Fulmer loseph Krafka Clinton Lee Billy Powers 'Wade Sneed Guytori Thompson ai.: , EVELYN SHORT . LESLIE YCUNGB' OOD IEROME MILLER . WILLIAM KENNEDY GORDON KELLY . ANNE WATERSTON CLAUDE HILL . MARTHA COOPER . IANE PAOUETTE I HERBERT STELLING J I. C. A. "RainbOWu Staff GEORGE EWING, Faculty Adviser ASSIST . EDITOR-INfC1-IIEE . BUSINESS MANAGER ANT BUSINESS MANAGER . SPORTS EDITOR . LJIILITARY EDITOR . . PICTURE EDITOR . ACTIVITIES EDITOR . LITERARY EDITOR . CIRCULATION MANAGERS H 1, IOHN R. FULMER CARL SIMON . L. A. STANFORD . CLINTON LEE . M. S. I-IOCI-IMUTH BILLY POWERS . G. H. PARKS . If C. MURPHY CHARLES KIMBRELL ALBERT INGRAIM A. R. C. "RaIr1bOw'x Staff GEORGE EWING, Fu:uIty Advise: H III! . Ass. . E::TOR-III-CHIEF . BIJSINESE NIAIIAGER STANT BIIEIRES3 IVIAIJAGER . SPORTS EDITOR . IYIILITARY EDITOR . PICTURE EDITOR . ACTIVITIES EDITOR . LITERARY EDITOR CIRCULATION MANAGERS PFESDENT . 'VICE-PF.ESl2ElCT SECRETARY . TREASURER . COD NCIL LIEIQIEER . ',-f.. 'Dfwvw - leagxe Bled: Sci: Ezlqlc Alle: Cutie Cltcrrles Hsustn Stanley Gilmer: Lzrene Kenny leler Xshisncxni an F' P Phi Theta Kappa :excl hixirzrv :-::cl1:1s':-: F Ofhcers Members Garcff lf el " ..1.l1crn Kertrteay Ellzubeth Lamkin fzseph Lansdell Elizabeth Mcddcx Gcrden Martin Evelyn Oqlesbee imma Perkzis rc?-ermiyl . EVELYN SHIJET . BILL KENNEDY . ELIZAEETH MADDOX MARY BARNES . LORENE IENNY Frank Rol:i:s:n Evelyn Short Herbert Stellinq Mr. A. P. Mcrrkert lhcnomryl Mr. E. M. Allen fhonorcxryj Mr. C. G. Cordle Chonoruwl MI. E. VV. Hardy fhcnorcryl Mr. H, O. Recd Choicrcxryl fi mann, I I L ,- P Student Council Offj cers PRESIDENT . . . . . GU YTOYI 'll l' .IYt.fll"SI'Jt-I VICEQPRESIDENT . . . . . lA'Q'l1 GUSTS SECRETARY-TREASURER ........,.. I.f.5.R'I' HATHEFEIXIEQ PIEISER FRESHMAN President , . Student Ccuncil . . Student Council , . Mn. A. F, Simpson, Faculty Adviser f. C. A. Members CLASS SOPHOMO . . lf-xcic Ouzrs OHVILLE VEEDERY KATHERINE REISER President . . Student Ciuncil . Stufettt Ccuicil . A. R C. Members FHESMAN CLASS President . . . Student Ccuncil . Student Council . SOPHOMORE President .,.... Student Council . Student Council . . GEORISE EATES . IACI: lYlAHONEY . ARTHUR FIELDER CLASS . . EDWARD CoLE . RUDOLPH CI-IANEY . IOHN STHINGER lUNlOFl President . . . Student Ciuztcil . S'UdE-lil Ccuzicil . SENIOR President ..... Student Council . Student Council . RE CLASS . WILLIAM ICEIIIIELIY . DEIIo THEvAo5 ANS E'AlijETTE CLASS BQBBY EAI-:ER . Loifis Ross . Louis EATTEY CLASS . GUYTON Tnomvsoir . Drcic KELLY . EILLY POWERS t 4' If W- f1EGE PH xx QQ?f hXi1 4 r fy X69 P20 B0i7o Pzzlvlfna 6 5 xxx f Q NX ,.:...i.i L...,--.44 I 'R Nw' ' a I C A Pre Law Club FITS! Semesier Offrcers PRESIDENT REP RPPI RTELLIN1 VILE PRESIDENT PIN-3 TIPIEVAO SECRETARY LEVY TREASURER EPT P SHERIEE gm Ig Second Se-me-Sfer Ofhcers PRESIDENT BERT GARY VICE PRESIDENT PILL yggyxgb SECRETARY WILLIAM I ENNED1' TREASURER IOE HEEEERNAN SHEHIFF DENO TV-IEVAOS CMR A F SIMPSON Faculty Advm rs MH L G Comm: Members FHM S Gwm 'T ddy Ccxrrngan V 'IE It R If S Ne Barre-It Earl H Hmqsworih Theo Ecxlr. WIIIIQ Me-rm! I e Heffernan ru n Mortm Herbert St Nmq Frank I' kmsow Iv rs T1 Brycms 'IO TT evcos B lx Nl E IL: x rd I L or S H us C I Phrhp VVI Ie-It 'R Sv . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , I CI" I 3 A - , . , . ..., Q.. I . .. E . . . , . , . . . I. C. . . , . . . . , . . E- '1 GA VK . . . . . . . . , . . . , , , I . . 1 IAC 3 ' Le .....,... ' -.' ' L i 1 . . . I -. Ie ' If? ' 'I. 'e. Cffrt I. C. Levy George Forbes Tera-me Mxller I :-: '35 'O I ' EIU Icxlmls I D Q 1 -E-.' IH 'er Pdy A " . I .' 'To V I Er 'Urj " ' 9 Q ' GD O: Kelly C Ike. 1 '21 be D III ,. .H . 'I . f: f. ,.,. Q., :I ' BHO-CHI PRE-MEDICAL CLUB ..,-..-.. ff-i-.ff-4--5-4-.....,,..,....,- ..1n--s Rho-Chi Pre-Medical Club PRESIDENT . VICE-PRESIDENT . SECRETARY TREASURER . SCRIBE . SERGEANT-AT-ARMS . lviiler ge Charles lixnmie 'William Charles Llgiyd C Peterson Bruce Qfffcers l. I Members William lenl-iins lee Lewis -f...-., , IOE LEWIS WQRTH ZEIGLER i,If:LUffIUS SNELLINGS, IR. Crouch Wtgirtli Zeiqler Chapman I. McLui:ius Snellirqs, lr. De-vant Lewis A. Tyce ', Ciuie Leslie Turner Faculty Advisers I. M, Ente Ms, I-I. O. READ DH MR. C. A. SCRUGGS . LEWIS TYCE LESLIE TURNER LLOYD C. CONE The purpose cf Rho Chi is to bruiq tgqetlf-r tliiise studerts interested in the field cf medicine in crcler to exchange ideas ard to erccurage the sscictl ciiritact that makes college life one of pleasant memories. The current year rnarl-is the eighth anniversary ci the orqariizatiori. lilany parties and dinners have made it a socially successful year and several lectures :in medicine, suloiects by the members and prominent men associated with me-dicire, have made it as equally educational, HIY 5, Q Milf L C. A. Hi-Y First Semester Offfcers PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER . , SERGEANT-AT-AEINZS . Second Semester Officers PRESIDENT . VICE-PRESIDENT . SECHETAHT TREASURER . SERGEANT-AT-AHILS CHAPLAIN , , Members BILL frl.r'E.I 'EEE HEEEEEliI.l.fI . BENQ THEVAQS . EAHL vv ALLEH HEEEEET STELLTIKIQQ . TOE HEEFEFLN,-'RN . . ISHN HALL . CHARLES I-IOTISTOII GORDON KELLY . CHARLES GWIII EARL. HOLLTNGSETOHTH Iversczi Br, 1 D Etll 11111135 Te-jig' Carrrcjxrr Gcrdni Kelly Frzr 1-: Duist E111 Keriieiy Bert Gary Tuck Quzts 'SEUTTES Emil: Piibmsifn 1515: " Herbert Qtellirg Ice Heffernan Demo Thfvugs f Earl Holhrzqsworth Orvrlle V'?1'i9TY Charles Hzuston Earl Tfzller lite Lewis P51119 15-51 Faculty Advisers . MH, G. N, SCZTT Arr? LI?-1. O 'xv Af: .. .W-tv EQ , .. L...-+..f,- ., fit!! N., at A I It I:-I a ,c PRESIDENT . . VICEPRESIDENT . SECRETARY . TREASURER . Mary Barnes Margaret Broome Ponder Brown Virginia Corr Annabel Corley Anne Cotter Mary Denny Hazel Iacl-:son Lorene Ienny Elizabeth Maddox Elizabeth Marsh lane Paquette l. C. A. Hi-Y-W Officers Members Mary Reiser Catherine Rcesel lane Sanford Hazel Scruggs Evelyn Short Anne Stulb Elizabeth Anne Totpin Anne Waterston Avice Vfells Claudine Wells losephine Wheeler Helen Vtlhisnant Katherine 'Wilcox Betty Farr Mary McAuliffe Tee Lawrence Caroline Hull Anne Haggerty Mary Mae Wells Betty Thomas Frankie Kreps Eleanor Dunbar Eleanor Miller Sarah Pierce ELIZABETH MADDOX KATHRYNE WILCOX ELIZABETH MARSH . ANNE COTTER Ethel Thompson Leoline Elacl-1 lulia Mae Ernbry Betty Moran Mildred Head lessie Jones Reba O'Connor Eleanor Printup Georgia Mulherin Margaret Stulb Faculty Advisers: Misses ELIZABETH DAVENPORT, EMMA Twrcos, MARGARET BAILIE. 0 i I PRESIDENT . VICE-PRESIDENT . SECRETARY . TREASURER . . SERGEANT-ATARMS CI-IAPLAIN . . PRESIDENT . VICE-PRESIDENT . SECRETARY . TREASURER . . SERGEANT-AT-ARMS CHAPLAIN . . Pat Calhoun Henry Caver Ralph Chaney Rudolph Chaney Iimmy Chance I. I. Daniel Douglas Devant Billy Dolan loe Eve Richmond Hi-Y Fjrsz' Semesfer Ofhcers Second Semesfer Officers Members David Franklin Wooddall Greene lack I-Iains Dugie Iennings Merriman Iordan Walton Lamkin Hugh May Charles Middlebrooks Iim Mulligan CHARLES IVIIDDLEBROOKS . . . BILLY POWERS . DOUGLAS DEVANT , I-IARCOURT WALLER . BILLY POWERS . PAT CALHOUN . BILLY POWERS . IIMMY NOWELL . . . IACIC HAINS CHARLES MIDDLEBROOKS . . DAVID FRANKLIN . PAT CALHOUN loe Murray Iimmy Nowell Bxlly Powers I-larry Pund Heard Robertson Donald Spicer Harcourt VValler Paul Vxfhaley Earl Vlaller lAdvliser from I, C. A. I-Ii-YI Faculty Advisers, DR. I. M. ELLIS, Msssrzs. H, O. READ, PFAM!-: Hmamss vm nu! 6,-4 6....Kuf. PRESIDENT . VICEAPRESIDENT SECRETARY . TREASURER . CHAPLAIN . Academy l-li-Y Louis Bailey Bobby Bal-:er Tom Blanchard Bill Broome Iahn Burroughs l. B. Evans loe Fuller Woodall Greene Albert Ingram Bob Kuhllze Raymond Loyal Edwin Marsh loe Mulherin Hal Prouty Louis Boss Bill Scarf George Stulb Guyion Thompson lackie Waller Eugene 'Wolfe Mac Rhodes Ernest Wiggins Clinton Lee Iames Herrington Tom Gwin lack Boardman . TOM GWIN lAMES HERRINGTON . CLINTON LEE ERNEST WIGGINS . MAC RHODES Faculty Advisers. Mrzsssri, C. M. SUTTON, Ernov DuPurs, AND DR. I. M. ELLIS Q- it FRONT ROW fLeft to Rightl Harriett Serotta Dorothy Dickerson Toodle Hilty Marion Maxwell Frances Bennett Claudine Wells Anne Waterston Mary K. Reiser lane Paquette Anne Stulb Frances McAllister Allen Cutts Beverly Newberry Varsity Club sECoND Row lien to Rightl Icrinie Kerns Eugene Avery lames Devaney Ice Rossabotham Bill Broome Henry Caver Louis Ross Guyton Thompson Lewis Newman "Teddy" Corrigan Boyce Long FIFTH ROW tI.ett to Right! Mac Rhodes Orville Verdery Harry Parrish Tom Gwin limmy Nowell Earl W'aller Vlfilliam Kennedy Bobby Baker Clinton Lee Wade Sneed THlRD ROW iLelt to Rightl O'Neal Cave Billy Powers lohn Epps Dick Kelly Clinton Strother LeRoy Baggott Billy Goatley Wayne Barnes Louis Battey Hubert Griffin lames Fitzgerald FOURTH ROW tLelt to Rightl William Mauldin Preston Towns Tim Gleason Marvin McNair Bill We-ant Frank Lockman Eugene Gilbert David Frankin H. B. Allen George Stulb Herbert Stelling Bill lakes SIXTH ROW ll.eft to Right? Tom Boeckman Lloyd Stanford Albert Ingram Billy Calhoun Charles Stulb la I ...f , LEOLINE BLACK . DENO THEVAOS . EVELYN SHOQT ELIZABETH MARSH LEOLINE BLACK . GENE KERR ERODIE MILLER RCBERT RICE Pzbert Rice Ehzcxbeth Tcrpin Emzly 'Wellmaker Clcudlrte- Vfells Icsephine 'Wheeler Sibyl Vfylds :ggi ' 3. :.....,..-- V . .M ..-,. - --,fx PRESIDENT . . . 1ST VICE-PRESIDENT ZND VICEAPRESIE ENT SECRETARY . . TREASURER . . . SERGEANT-AT-ARMS . PRESIDENT . . IST VICE-PRESIDENT ZND VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY . . TREASURER . . . SERGEANT-AT-ARMS . W, N. Aqfstas G. P. Bates H. L. Blackstcne G. R, Casey C, L. Duvall C. E. Evans C. B. Hayes Freshmen Literary Society First Semester Officers Second Sem ester Ofhcers Members I. L, Hzyres N. A. Hull T. L. Hung O. R. Icrtes U. A. Knotts I. G. Mahapey R. XV. McGraw Faculty Aclvxsers MR. E. M. HARR1ss MR. ELROY DUPU1s . W. . H. H. PARK . T. G. THEVAOS A. O. WHITE T. G. MAI-IONEY . C. B. HAYES . G. P. BATES N. AGOSTAS . T. G. THEVAOS . U. A. KNOTTS . T. G. MAHONEY . N. A. HULL . H. H. PARP. I. Moseley S. Newton A. Page H. Park VV. Searcey G, Thevass O. Whxte Q 1 PRESIDENT Alpha Lambda Sigma First Semester Officers VICE-PRESIDENT . . SECRETARY-TREASURER . PRESIDENT . G. H. PARKS . WALTER REISER . ALLSTON BAILIE Second Semester Officers VICE-PRESIDENT . SECRETARY TREASURER Members Allston Eailie Georqe Bell Cason Bruker Gilbert Cox Francis Dales Frank Harris Charles Kimbrell Guy Lewis G H Parks Faculty Advisers . . G. H. PARKS . CHARLES KIMBRELL . WALTER REISER , GILBERT COX Walter Reise: Donald Spicer Bernard Wolfe Cl-Ionorary Membersl Eugene Goetchius Ben Popkin Claude Hill Leslie Youngblood M I D HUG!-IEY MP H M FELDER IR CLAUDE HILL . EUGENE Gosrciarus MARTHA COOPER . ALLEN Currs . Muskete-er Staff EDlTOR-IN-CHIEF IOUETT DAVENPORT . Literary Editor CHARLES HoUs'roN . . Managing Editor . . Associate Editor Gonnrr KELLY . . , . Eusiness Manager . . Exchanges LESLIE YOUNGBLOOD . Asst. Business Manager . Athletics TANE PAQUETTE . . Circulation Manager Contributors: Lenora Brown, Bill Byinqton, Mack Haynie, Herbert Stelling. Leslie Youngblood, C. Parks, C. Simon. Faculty Advisers: G. M. Scorr I. M. ROBINSON A. G. OWEFIS N. L. GALLOWAY A. R. C.-l. C. A. Orchestra At Piano-- lST ROW---Left to Right Walter Dunaway Garnet Brake Ernanuel Blancs Marshall Blandenberq ERD ROW---Left to Right Forest Stringer Albert Cloud Mary Katherine Reiser ZND ROW-Left to Right Robert Wilkerson Douglas Bernard Louis Griffin William Ready Billy Wynne PRESIDENT . A. I? Cel. C. A, Glee Club Officers SHIRLEY KOONTE VICE-RRESIEENT . EARL VVALLER SECRETARY IIARE' HATI-IERIIXIE REISER TREASURER . Elzrence Anderson Sara Bailey Mary Barnes Leoline Black Mary Barnes Iverson Bryaris Virginia Carr Anne Cotter Icuett Davenport Icy Dunaway Cecile Fielder Neal Fine Euqene Goetchius Christine Green Members Ii D. lrlarvley Dcrcithy I-Iaynie Cl arles Hirustin Carolyn Hull Evelvn I:-llnssn Gene Kerr Shirley' Kc-cat: VV. Kreisberq Frankie Kreps Tee Lawrence Frances I.IcAll1st Grady lXIi:Rae Charles I.Ii-ddlekr Eleanor Lfiller leg- I. Anne Nullxerri' Walter Ivfurray Mary lf. Reis Iaite Sanfir-il Hazel Srruqas Belly Tli i rnas Eli:abftl1 T::r:i' Barbara 'I-'ai Eari Vfaller lilarqariit Wialt-'Ars Ann X'.',riersti Charles 'Nliiir l. YV. 'z'i1ur,g Leslie Yiuriql, lm H EG G IE g lr , 5- .2 ' 'S' J' -11,4 .- 5,3411 25157 ,,,....Vx I-card -Q 4' x 0 -Q I. C. A. Debating Team . an Zi ga 'ite H b I S , , q fe- :'.'i:2. e-- ff, I-:P p I .w gif: f,,- :-Q.2R'QL,f4BsLr-.2:..,,A ,A Members Haber! Rice Evelyn Izhnson Ie-rome Miller Gere Kerr Wcrlter Murry Sora Bcrifey Euqenqe Goetchius Faculty Adviser, MR. I. B. MOORE ,,g.,. gt- 4? 49' 356 k ' as ,, , r 5-5:35. . J- P L...- gi ff- 1 X' Academy Debating Team Members AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE M. Hochmuth VVc3lter Reiser M, l-lcynle E. Wolfe ALTERNATES G. Bell C. Kimbrell H, M. FELDER. Faculty Adviser fly! Beta Club -l -I I V ,4 1 Q' l N , Nationally Known Figures at A. R. C. BILLY LEE Eilly, the son cf Nr, and Mrs. Ian-ies Eothwell Lee, is the ycuraest solo pilot in the United States, l-le was recognized as such some time ago by the American Magazine. At the age of ten he made his solo flight in a Taylor Cub from Daniel Field. JACK BOARDMAN lack, the son oi Mr. and Mrs, C. P. Boardman, has aocornplished national recognition as a slzeet expert. The following is his recordsz Augusta Skeet Club Championship, 99 out of a possible lOOg Class Championship at Spartanburg, l46 out of a possible l5O, Class A Championship at Augusta, '36 out of a possible 1007 Southern Championship at Atlanta, 94 out of a possible lOOy lntroductory Atlanta City Skeet Championship, 49 out of a possible 507 Dixie Skeet Championship, 95 out of a possible lUOy Southern States Small Bore Championship' 43 out of a possible 50g Piedmont Skeet Championship, 282 out of a possible SOO: Class A Piedmont Championship, 285 cut of a possible lOOg Augusta Skeet Club Team Shoot High, 96 out of a possible lOOy Southeastern Skeet Charn- pionship at Iacksonville, 99 out ot a possible lOOp Southeastern Small Bore Championship at lack- sonville, 47 out of a possible 50: All Georgia Five Man Team: National Championship, 3rd Place, 98 out of a possible lOOg Holder of Southeastern Lcng Run. l62 straight. J. T, Hftms, JQ. lack, the son of Mr. and Mrs. l. T. l-lains, was named individual champion ot PI,G.T.C. units in the United States. His excellent score of 398 out of a possible 400 helped the Academy Rifle Team to win the 1938 Hearst Trophy. i 745 HQl'bllL,S Florist Flowers for All Occasions PHONE 7231 Klvtcxilf :it lY:1lt-ni Xlizly Mulherin Lumber Co. 625 Thirteenth St. Phme 614 "l.:u'gv 'llllllgll to satisfy ywui vu-rj, lumlwr ucwl - yvt -mall 1-nifiiqli to give you personal st-rvicl-." LjOMPI,lNfliN'l'S OF H AR LEY 'S 2120 Oglethorpe Ave. Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables Oysters in Season Phones 6716-6717 fohn L. Armstrong INSURANCE SERVICE 112 8th St. Phone 698 U PM Pl.l KI EXTS Ulf F, lD. IDOOLIDORTH CO. Houston Ice and Coal AUGUSTA, GEORGIA Companv O Phoenix Printing Co. .HOME OWNED, Printing - Engraving - Ruling - Binding Ellis Street Augusta, Ga. Phone 2225 R A D I O Frain llatliu Service Quality Work at Reasonable Prices PHONE 789 410 8th St. Augusta, Ga. Central Garden FLORIST PHONE 6826 Carefully Selected - Artistically A g d Properly Presented "Augusta's Oldest Florist With Newest Ideas" WALTON WAY AT HEARD N. l'. .XNlJI'IRSON. Pr-lp. l'HKll'l.lKllfN'lxS Ol" S. R. Kelly 8: Son Sherman and Hemstreet Real Estate - Insurance Augusta, Ga. COMPLIMENTS OF Sheri M. Gary Whittle Sanitation is the First Thing in Health- BROWN 8: WILLIAM.SON'S SANITARY BARBER Sl-IOP Corner 8th and Broad Streets We Will Appreciate Your Patronage F. E. FERRIS 8: COMPANY Clothiers and Haberdashers For Men and Young Men 752 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. J. .B WHITE .Xligllxlzik lvzuliug llelmzwtlilcnt Store mice glllllfillll was :L lmy-Stilloi1t1it- mg the Xtlllllgtl' ht-lit-1':1t11,1i. , . .'.Q ,..v--ev.----W :-csv:-H 1-af-Lgzi Wfm. Sclmweigerr: Co. 846 Broad Street JEWELRY - GIFTS - NOVELTIES VOM l'l.lXl ICNTS Ulf IOSEPI-I E. BRYSON judge of the Municipal Court of the City of Augusta. Treat Yourself to The Best... CO M PLI M ENTS Ol-' CZCZTy'9.S BARRETT UUMMEHUIAL SANITARY BARBER SHOP SCHUUL S. F. C. Bldg. Lobby Augusta, Ga. QUK1 PLIM ICNTS O If Modern Insulation 81 Roofing Co. Wi11iford's Cleaners 432-34-36 Eighth St. Phones 3 and 4 646 Reynolds Street AUGUSTA, GA. "A Clean Place to Clean Clothes" TI-IE NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK AUGUSTA, GEORGFA Strong - Sound - Progressive We Corclially Solicit Your Business IA' FHWD --41' E DODGE 6- PLYMOUT I-I SALES AND SERVICE IVY MOTOR CO. 521 Broad Street 34 8 1. C. Pennev Co., Inc. 840 Broad Street "Ir Pags to Shop at Penrew',s" Graduatlon and Clit Bools F0untc11rzPens Ixodals and Fzlms Murphy Statlormery Lo 720 B o Cl St Ph 1150 BELK WHITE CO Dry Goods Notnon Ready to Wear Clothung Shoes Gent s Furnishings 843 845 847 849 B d St AUGUSTA GA L Phone 27-2 , . A , . L. . f . C , ' I 'I ' f 1 I 1 1 ' .N u I r a . one ' - - - 1-03 , , . DOW? BilflltFEEEQEQEFXQFETEQQ' liilllxl Ilillrlt' ,XllllIll'L'lU Baseball Football - Baffzetball W and Tennis CLOTHIERS AND HABERDASHERS 905 BROAD STREET 724 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 1flXll'l.lXll-,X lb fll' lHl0 llf!NlQllKS llHlllliNDElli LEAGUE, DUVALL INSURANCE and POWELL Life, Accident, Health, Annuities REALTORS - INSURANCE Phone 1477 1202 S. F, C, Bldg. Herald Bldg. Augusta, Ga. liUKll'l.lKllfX'l'S Ulf , , , Feeclrlght Milling Co. HUGH BARTON and His Orchestra "Your l:l'lt'llllS l"-211-xc1"' Augusta, Ga. t'ox11'1.1x1 ENTS mf I V 1 KHXI l'l.lNl lffX'l'S Ill- I Blanchal d 61 Cdlhuun Augusta Roofing and Metal Works REALTY COMPANY Everything in Roofing and Sheet Metal Work Real Estate, Loans and Insuranc Marion Building Augusta, Ga. 623-625 Reynolds St. Phone 4172 L 5 i L v F' . 5 I w 1 I I 5 5 . an 5 5 'Tiffin ,gs 'Q Li. I Ice Cream For All Occasions Grade AA Milk Certified Sanclcen's VISIT THE SOUTH'S MOST MODERN DAIRY Old Savannah Road GEORGIA-CAROLINA DAIRIES Cmnpliments of General Tire 81 Supplp Co. "Augusiu's MASTER Service Station" 724,14 yofffezf Successor to Goldberg's Broad at 12th St. Phone 2600 "Where Smart People Meet HILL BRANCH! Walion Way at Baker Ave. Smart Fashions" Phone 2737 The Augusta Uffice Supplg and Equipment Co. QyH!qVE6H Fug "EVERYTHING FROM PENS TO SAFESH The Young Business Man's Store Drugs With A Reputation Make Our Store Your Headquarters 902 Broad Street Augusta, Ga sos Eighrh sr. Phone 1497 PHONE 4016 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT BONDS GEORGIA AND SOUTH CAROLINA MUNICIPALS LOCAL AND GENERAL MARKET SECURITIES Iohnson, Lane, Space, Sz Company, Inc. Investment Securities 733 Broad Street Telephones 3047-3048 .XI'Iil'S'I'.X .X'I'I.,XX'I'.X 5 XX ,XX X.XII I 'I ' H I I ANIIIIEWS mms, I Ladies' Wearing Apparel - Dress Accessories IA Linens, Dry Goods, Curtains, Draperies 870 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. I VUKI I'I.IRIIiX'Ii5 UF BURUUS SHOE STORE Headquarters For Academy Drill Shoes AUGUSTA, GEORGIA HOTEL RICHMOND Under New Management 912 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. After Graduation- S. Cohen Don't Forget to Go to GENERAL INSURANCE Sodas -.- -.- Ca 6, Life - Fire - Casualty Augusta's Only Private Curb Service S- F' C' Building 636 BROAD STREET S .Qi 194- , A 'ifs-1:2 A ' 4. 'Q KW an ,. ueilubtd .govontlncgv UUCQA CZUYYLUDCLYILJ EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS Academy and junior College Athletes Wear palding and Goldsmith Athletic Equipment GOLF - TENNIS - BASKETBALL AND FOOTBALL SUPPLIES Complete Fishing and Hunting Equipment 210f12 Eighth st. Phone 3280 I-I. E. PEEL GENERAL CONTRACTOR Phone 1410 Augusta, Ga. BOARDMAN OIL COMPANY V Pearce-Young-Angel Un. 1002 Fenwick St. AUGUSTA Wholesale Fruits and Produce Cold Storage "AN ALL-AUGUSTA INSTITUTION" JUN1o12 ooLLEoE ar ACADEMY SENIOR RINGS and PINS FURNISHED EY M255-gone! 60-mjaany WE QL 3 EPVE A QMPLETE LINE OF Diplomas-Invitations-Cards Caps CSI Gowns-Trophies-Cups-Medals H. S. Canfield Georgia Rep. 1560 No. Decatur Road, Atlanta Men-dilh opur-ul fin, Mfr-UMTS OF OPTOMETRISTS 4 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 1 Vo 'Il w- --1 1 1, I I Curb Service Ph 2181 vcrMI'I.IM1iXTs OF EXCLUSIVE R. E. ELLIUTT SONS Cleaners 8: Dyers ' IQ, AXLLIZN Iil.I.IO'1"1' 1803 Walton Way I.I25'I'I2R If. IiI.I,IH'1"1' W I I 1 v Y v S, IIC Q Ililif lfI.I.IOT'1' 7 I .vxmwg ,Xrt Ixurl XXz1r1lro1ws S1 t ,Q 'A' .an ,cf- '1 Dixie Pig Where Students Meet for 1 - Drinks - Sandwiches East Boundary at Broad Street Lockhart-Mcllulilie 81 Cu Real Estate - Fire and Casualty Insurance Surety Bonds 807 Broad Street COIXIPLIMENTS QF The Quality Shop 874 Broad Street COM PLIMENTS OF S. IJIINALIJ FURTSIIN llll 1553 BROAD STREET MILL SUPPLIES 653 - Phones - 3105 Heating and Air Conditioning X L "A Home Institution For More Than A Century" Georgia Railroad Bank And Trust Company Main Office: 701 Broad Street Uptown Branch: 1109 Broad Street Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporati n Member Federal Reserve System Shop at Sears Shop :lt the store uf liner quality. Lzilmratory tt-su-fl ixierchzmilisc. lla-rv you will fiiul tlzl- niuji-ritx' ef your uct-tis in 21 complete tlcliznrtmeuts "The Worlds Largest Store" SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY Cf JKll'l.lRl ICNTS UI' J. B. BOWDEN, SheriiT :mil WILLIAM I-I. DAVIS, Clerk MUNICIPAL COURT SHOP IN COMFORT.. SlllLVlER9S 5c and l0c Store ....'XIR-CONDITIUNIQU, R. 19. lil..-Xlili .l. li. THOMPSON SPIRES BARBER SHUI' 221 Ninth Street A-XLI-IX SPIRES. Prop. Give Us A Trial and We Will Make A Customer of You. 'fOXlPl-lRlEN'l'S OF .fczifie gurnifure 0. COMPLIMEXTS OF Whitney McNeill Electric Co. EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL 640 Broad Street Phone 1316 Southern Welding Co. J. A. OUZTS, Prop. ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING AND CUTTING Auto Frames and Axles Aligned Accurately With Bear System 623 Ellis Street Telephone 1332 ' 1-11: if 'Flweio jx, . ' -fs- 11151 IJKXTS UE-' -726 Bailey Produce me, Cgmpauy Vzzfnitufe gompdny Ofh 209T thS Pl 630B dS Phone 1400 Phone 2212 CENTRAL CLEANING 1010 Broad St. AND4 PRESSIN6 co. PHONE 2365 PH M. KTCZZET, Pr-Hg. Augusta. All Work A11 Garments Georgia Guaranteed Insured -- DRINK -- M655 DeIz'cz'0u,s and Refreshing' Augusta Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Augusta, Georgia 4 V 1848 1933 J. Willie Levy Co., Inc. 756 BROAD ST. Style Quarters for High School and College Boys for Nearly 90 Years. l'1111111l1111c11ts ul S. H. KRESS 81 CO. COM PLIMENTS OF Board of Commissioners Roads and Revenues Richmond County, Ga. V ,X 1 1 1 I -h+N -+4 . Klfllbll L. l. 1 5 inurfflfgrfafg fam Hoff August3's Only Exclusive Young M and Boys' Shop 976 BROAD STREET Phone 4268 Augusta, PERKINS LUMBER COMPANY 619 13th Street Te'ephone I f'UMI'l.lMlfX'l'S HF C. M. HILL SERVICE STATION -We Specialize in Safety Service limlwin C. Mertins Frank R. Miles The lk-st l'14Illlll1iCCl Slllhll in Fast Gt 1 ll blames M. XYooddall Frank ll. lloolmer R. l'. Mayo 565 Broad Street Phone 2626 Cfommins Studio Portraits and Commercial Photographs V 727 Broad Street Phone 2314 TTO .M I 1 Lucerne Jersey Farm Maxwell Brothers exe 1-i. iml-isici.. Iwi. fi- FLLT7lIE1fLT8 'If GRADE AA FRIGIDAIRES A RADIOS VITA-MINERALIZED MILK DRAPERIES 933 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. Phone 6867 PHONE 4ooo O T , DRIMX Southern Roofing gl Insulating Co. ROOFING MATERIALS Rock Wool Insulation Asphalt Tile - Paints - Wall Boards Phone 2881 13th at Walker St. Augusta, Ga. COM l'l.IM IENTS OF Frank Renick 818 Broad Street WE SPECIALIZE IN HOME HEATING Residential and Commercial AIR-CONDITIONING Oil-O-Matic Burners - Iron Fireman Stol-:ers Westinghouse Air-Conditioning PHEON IX UIL COMPANY Heating and Air-Conditioning Division 700 Twiggs Street Phone 195 Royal-Crown Cola Twice As Good - Twice As Much Yi THE SOUTHERN COTTON OIL CO. -Manufacturers of- HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS COTTON SEED PRODUCTS Augusta. Georgia his f"ZiL 3. w 'QA' -s., 5 c "li Compliments of The Citizens and Southern National Banlc No Account Too Large---None Too Small Member ol: Federal Deposit lnsurance Corporation Woodward Lumber Co. L U M B E R BUILDERS SUPPLIES Architectural Woodwork Phone 1161 Augusta, Ga. 1 Swift SK Company Oil Mill Cnttim Blimm Cottonsecrl Meal" Modern Cotton Gin 890 Savannah Road Augusta, Ga Reliable Trucking Co., Inc. Daily Over-Night Service Augusta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Phone 3316 WAL. 6209 LTJM l'l.IMliXTS UF AL1GUS1'A LUNI BER CONI PANY C. P. WALKER 8 CO. 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