Agnes Scott College - Silhouette Yearbook (Decatur, GA)

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. ' .IS A n.5 ScoK Coll SILHOUETTE |C]33 Photography by WHITE STUDIO Engravings by SOUTHWESTERN-PHOTO PROCESS Printing and Binding by FOOTE AND DAVIES CO. Th " S ' lLHOUETTE i ' ■ " " ■ " t 19 3 3 ' ■ ■ " ' , ' Published by the Students ' . U 1 i i o l H |1 t AGNES SCOTT COLLEGE 1 1 i 1 • f ' Decatur £ , Georsia r — Volume Twenty-Nine , IK • D D C hti: U .. ©- ' We dedicate the silhou- ette OF 1933 TO MISS EMMA MAY LANEY, WHO THROUGH HER UNTIRING SERVICE AND CONSTRUCTIVE INTEREST IN AGNES SCOTT HAS HELPED MANY A STUDENT TO FIND HER PLACE ON THE COL- LEGE STAGE. ij;;i ' " i;.|ii.ii ' »n,j BDumniimiw A T O N " ■ Ip , X KKB K ' j si . ' L Miss Emn ■ ' . ' ■■ la May Laney ,: v S. ;€et . c r I mmmmiimmmmimmiiBm E M E LL THE WORLD ' S A STAGE ... " SAID SHAKESPEARE. SO, IN A SENSE, MAY OUR WORLD AT AGNES SCOTT IN ALL ITS PHASES BE LIKENED TO A THE- ATRE, IN WHICH WE REHEARSE OUR PARTS FOR THE LARGER » » » » DRAMA OF LIFE. WE PUBLISH THIS BOOK AS A LIBRETTO, a TO WHICH EACH MEMBER OF THE AUDIENCE MAY AL- WAYS TURN AND RECALL HER FAVORITE SCENES FROM OUR COLLEGE PLAY. I J mmmmmimm flf iv n j PROGRAM Act I COLLEGE Act II CLASSES Act III STARS Act IV ACTIVITIES Act V HIGH LIGHTS Act VI ATHLETICS Act VII VAUDEVILLE f y?; p ' dtfffmr namziiinEarcTn: 2™c2Qi»a ' a«EnjssiBraBB ' a iiamir ' iHajlBSB. r COLLEGE ENTRANCE TO AGNES SCOTT HALL ■fnmS ' i 1 mmMniitn MAIN BUILDING i»ii;ir-iniui:iT-in UTTERICK HALL ALUMNAE GARDEN =ir7[n= THE INFIRMARY „--J?.XIfl4 -k BOARD OF TRUSTEES J. K. Orr, Chairman Atlanta, Ga. C. M. Candler Decatur, Ga. J. T. LuPTON Chattanooga, Tcnn. W. C. Vereen Moultrie, Ga. J. S. Lyons Atlanta, Ga. F. M. Inman Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Samuel M. Inman Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. C. E. Harman Atlanta, Ga. Miss Mary W. Kirk Tuscumbia, Ala. George E. King Atlanta, Ga. D. P. McGeachy Decatur, Ga. R. O. Flinn Atlanta, Ga. H. T. McIntosh Albany, Ga. J. R. McCain Decatur, Ga. J. J. Scott Decatur, Ga. W. A. Bellincrath Montgomery, Ala. G. Scott Candler Decatur, Ga. E. D. Brownlee Sanford, Fla. C. T. Paxon Jacksonville, Fla. J. BuLovc ' Campbell Atlanta, Ga. D. A. Dunseith Clearwater, Fla. Miss Nannette Hopkins Decatur, Ga. John McMillan Stickton, Ala. W. J. Rushton Birmingham, Ala. George Winship Atlanta, Ga. Miss Llewellyn Wilburn Decatur, Ga. Warner H. DuBose Mobile, Ala. fe r4 ' vJ ' ■J PRESIDENT James Ross McCain, B.A., A.M., LL.D., Ph.D. Erskinc College, University of Chicago, Columbia Unit ersi y, Daiiihoii College i % if 4w E 5ia«C3«3ec !;n nw— Mmi i» i i )ai— iii s ii j ii i i mm Si I t DEAN Nannette Hopkins, Litt.D., Ph.D. Uiiiiersity of Georgia, Oglethorpe University S ' " fe J f r ■ ) M % ADMINISTRATION Rcgiafrar Samuel Guerry Stukes, A.l Secretaries to the Registrar Emmie J. Ansley Mrs. Henry A. Curtis Treasurer J. C. Tart Secretary to the Treasurer Betty Bonham Business Manager R. B. Cunningham, B.S. Housekeepers Jennie Dunbar Fennell Lena Davies Matron Emma Miller ci_„( FACULTY DEPARTMENT OF BIBLE Alma Sydenstricker, Ph.D. Wooster University Professor James Thornwell Gillespie, A.B., Th.M., Ph.D. Davidson College, Presbyterian Theological Seminary, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Associate Professor DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY Mary Stuart MacDougall, B.A., M.S., Ph.D. Randolph-Macon Woman ' s College, University of Chicago, Columbia University Professor Mary Westall, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Randolph-Macon Woman ' s College, Columbia University, University of Chicago Associate Professor ' ■Ruth Janette Pirkle, A.B., M.S. Agnes Scott College, Emory University Assistant Professor Lucile Coleman Christian, B.S., M.A. Emory University Blanche Miller, A.B. Agnes Scott College Sarah Bowman, A.B. Agnes Scott College Fellow of abs, DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY Robert B. Holt, A.B., M.A. University of Wisconsin, University of Chicago Professor Phillipa Garth Gilchrist, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor Margaret Whittington Davis, A.B. Agnes Scott College Instructor FACULTY DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY James M. Wright, A.B., Ph.D. William Jewell College, Johns Hopkins University Professor Arthur I. Rapier, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. University of North Carolina Vanderbilt University DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH George P. Hayes, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Swarthmore College, Harvard University Professor M. Louise McKinney Professor Emma May Laney, M.A., Ph.D. Columbia University, Yale Univer sity Associate Professor ' ■ " Annie May Christie, M.A. Columbia University Assistant Professor Jenef Preston, A.B., M.A. Agnes Scott College, Columbia University Assistant Professor Raymond Wilson, A.B., M.A. Agnes Scott College, University of North Carolina Fellow Frances K. Gooch, M.A., Ph.B. Graduate School of Expression University of Chicago Associate Professor " On leave of absence 1932-1933. DEPARTMENT OF FRENCH Alice Lucile Alexander, A.B., M.A. Agnes Scott College, Columbia University Professor Louise Hale, A.B., M.A. Smith College, University of Chicago Associate Professor Margaret Phythian, A.B., M.A. Agnes Scott College, University of Cincinnati Assistant Professor FACULTY Melissa A. Cilley, A.B., M.A. University of New Hampshire, University of Wisconsin AiiiitiVit Professor DEPARTMENT OF GERMAN AND SPANISH " Edith Muriel Harn, Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University Professor DEPARTMENT OF GREEK Catherine Torrance, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. University of Chicago Professor Martha Stansfield, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Agnes Scott College, University of Chicago Assistant Professor DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY Philip Davidson, Jr., B.S., M.A., Ph.D. University of Mississippi, University of Chicago Professor ELrzABETH F. Jackson, A.B., Ph.D. Wellesley College, University of Pennsylvania Associate Professor Florence E. Smith, A.B., Ph.D. Westhampton College, University of Chicago Assistant Professor FACULTY DEPARTMENT OF LATIN Lillian L. Smith, M.A., Ph.D. Syr.icuse University, Cornell University Professor Catherine Torrance, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. University of Chicago Professor Martha Stansfield, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Agnes Scott College, University of Chicago Assistant Professor DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS Henry A. Robinson, B.S., C.E., M.A., Ph.D. University of Georgia, Johns Hopkins University Professor Leslie J. Gaylord, A.B., M.S. Lake Erie College, University of Chicaj Assistant Professor DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC Christian W. Dieckmann, F.A.G.O. Professor Lewis H. Johnson Student of William Nelson Burritt, New York; Alexander Heinneman, Berlin; Arthur J. Hubbard, Boston Voice GussiE O ' Neal Johnson Certificate in Voice and Piano, Agnes Scott College Assistant in Voice t4_( FACULTY DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY Francis W. Cooke, A.B., Ph.D. College of William and Mary, University of Illinois Professor Catharine Happoi.dt Student Laboratory Assistant DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND EDUCATION Samuel Guerry Stukes, A.B., M.A., B.D. Davidson College, Princeton University, Princeton Seminary Professor Emily S. Dexter, A.B., Ph.D. Ripon College, University of Wisconsin Associate Professor Katherine T. Omwake, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. George Washington University Assistant Professor LIBRARY Edna Ruth Hanley, A.B., A.B.L.S. Bluffton College, University of Michigan Librarian Gwendeline Miller, B.S., A.B.L.S. University of Michigan Assistant Librarian DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mary Frances Sweet, M.D. Syracuse University, New England Hospital, Boston Professor of Hygiene Llewellyn Wilburn, A.B., M.A. Agnes Scott College, Columbia University Associate Professor of Hygiene Harriette Haynes, A.B., M.A. Randolph-M.icon Woman ' s College, Columbia University Assistant Professor ASSISTANT DEAN Carrie Scandrett, A.B. Agnes Scott College SECRETARY TO THE DEAN Andrewena Robinson, A.B. Agnes Scott College aigiae»tBa bfa ' . a - w »ii . ' a iMi ts isgsr Pi- " CLASSES — .--,a,,jy. . ■ j -.. ag. .sj,; M. taiitfais iMrdJK - SENIORS ADVISERS AND MASCOT Dr. Mary MacDougall Adele Dieckmann Miss Llewellyn Wilburn ( « t cfi mms nm. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS LuciLE Heath President Mildred Miller Vicc-Presidciii Julia Finley Secretary and Treasurer fU l ' ' ' •bsS5-=r Helen Page Ackerman Santa Monica, California English llllll Mary Charles Alexander Laurinburg, North Carolina History Maude Armstrong Hsuchowfu, Ku, China History Amelia Lee Barlow Bardstown, Kentucky History and Mathematics lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll :TTJ:?3SiEi?3 53R(i liU JULE BeTHEA Louisville, Georgia Chemistry and German IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlMlllllllllllllllllllllll Julia Blundell Yazoo City, Mississippi French iMiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim Louise Brant Garrett, Pennsylvania Latin and French Nelle Brown Savannah, Georgia English Alice Bullard Machen, Georgia Chemistry iiiN;HiiiiHii i ' iTjiii»iiiini»niniiii Evelyn Campbell Atlanta, Georgia Mathematics miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMr Josephine Clark Greenville, Georgia Chemistry 111 m Mary Clark Atlanta, Georgia Chemistry jm. ELrzABETH Cobb Decatur, Georgia French %M Sarah Cooper Atlanta, Georgia Chcinhtyy Jewel Coxwell Decatur, Georgia Mathematics ffllMill Ora Craig Greenwood, South Carolina Englhh priiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw iiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiii» ' m j j LouELLA Bearing Jacksonville, Florida History ami English iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin Katherine DeHart Anniston, Alabama Psychology I — HM i K m Frances Duke Fort Valley, Georgia Mathematics Eugenia Edwards Asheville, North Carolina English IIIIHIHII IIIIIIIIMIIiyilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Martha Eskridge Shelby, North Carolina Biology Helen Etheridge Idabel, Oklahoma Psychology Mary Belle Evans Lithonia, Georgia Psychology " iNiirn mmmTi ' Jv 111 ML Winona Ewbank Hendersonville, North Carolina English d mm Mary Felts Warrenton, Georgia Psychology Julia Finley North Wilkesboro, North Carolina English miiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM Betty Fleming Atlanta, Georgia Chemistry Bessie Meade Friend Petersburg, Virginia Spanish iim Evelyn Gilbreath Avondale Estates, -Georgia Latin Margaret Glass Richmond, Virginia Biology Catharine Happoldt Decatur, Georgia Chemistry Barbara Hart Jacksonville, Florida History i mk m TTinfi ' lllNMIIIIINIIJIIIIIII, ' ® 3 iPIL, «l iiMiiiniiiffl [h i f " " n tl Virginia Heard Decatur, Georgia Chemistry LuciLE Heath Augusta, Georgia Psychology Sarah Hewlett Atlanta, Georgia Psychology Mildred Hooten Greenwood, South Carolina History iiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiy Kathleen Hope Decatur, Georgia Mathematics Anne Hudmon Sylvania, Georgia History MTIIIMlflllHlli Mary Hudmon Sylvania, Georgia Chemistry Alma Earle Ivy West Point, Mississippi English -PP P? iii " ' " hMniiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiirH m .Jim Roberta Kilpatrick Atlanta, Georgia Chemistry Florence Kleybecker Birmingham, Alabama History Elizabeth Lightcap Yazoo City, Mississippi English and History Blanche Lindsey Roanoke, Virginia Biology - xO. IIIIIIIIIIIIIDIillllllHIl i ' .i h -n-iii- ■ ■ ' ■- jwi Caroline Lingle Davidson, North Carolina Eii ' jiish Margaret Loranz Birmingham, Alabama History anil Psychology ELrzABETH Lynch St. Petersburg, Florida English Vivian Martin Albion, Michigan Envlish ' ' ' m}mmss iS!msr m . »p» ' ?s..-Vi::?Bsi4 r Eugenia Norris Atlanta, Georgia Hisfory Frances Oglesby Atlanta, Georgia Mathematics Mary Gilchrist Povcell Lowndesboro, Alabama English Audrey Rainey Gadsden, Alabama La ill 1 f 1 liiiniuiiNiiM iiiiiiiiniiiiliMiui Helen Scott Bluefield, West Virginia Psychology r% Field Shackelford Richmond, Kentucky Psychology 4(g(J ViiiMm] i i ©w llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHlllllff Sara Shadburn Decatur, Georgia Psychology III IIIIIIIKU d Martha Single Meridian, Mississippi English 5 biimnmimtaffl ' wes mtmibSti!. " aw frapDiiHiIPijIllpijllljjmtif w mm iiiitt-;?!!!!! Margaret Smith Atlanta, Georgia History MMffl— I - I J (f ' - M M Laura Spivey Eatonton, Georgia English iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit wMMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiy Sarah Strickland Decatur, Georgia BiMc Mary Sturtevant Philadelphia, Pennsylvania English f smmmBtm ' " Qs Bm iss Fj m m e - ' Mi s Louise Wesley Atlanta, Georgia French mM lliJiiii.iii.,.fiir HIIIII.NiMiiimr Annle Laurie Whitehead Rockmart, Georgia Economics w Marie Whittle Brunswiciv, Georgia Latin and English Sara Wilson Anniston, Alabama French ' W- Virginia Wilson Banner Elk, North Carolina Bible l l l l lllllllllll ll HIMI I IIll l Hl ll l l l i n ill llllll l ll lll ll l l l l llH I II I IllllllHllllllll l llllll lHlllllllllHHIIllllil llllll ll lM i t -rr— ii.lMIHiMI Amelia Wolf Savannah, Georgia Psychology Katharine Woltz Gastonia, North Carolina History Lucile Woodbury Birmingham, Alabama Eiivlish Madge York Atlanta, Georgia Bible . JUNIORS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Helen Boyd President GussiE Rose Riddle Vice-President Louise Schuessler Secretary -Treasurer «! 7h l e l W " W r 1 ' Frances Adair Mary Ames Maude Anderson Sarah Austin Ruth Barnett Aloe Risse Barron Helen Bashinski Helen Boyd Laura Buist Dorothy Cassel loNA Cater Nell Chamlee " -f ] Dorothy Dickson Martha Elliott Martha Plant Ellis Martha England Frances Farr Virginia Fisher Margaret Friend Vella Gilleland Pauline Gordon Lucy Goss Mary Grist Alma Groves m ■ 1 ) aN ' o. =r m Elinor Hamilton Mary Hamilton ELrzABETH Harbison Elaine Heckle Lillian Herring Elfzabeth Hickson Clair Ivy Mary Jackson Elizabeth Johnson Marguerite Jones Janie Lapsley Ruth Long -f% i ' feWi ' 1 1 . ] Isabel Lowrance Louise McCain Mary McDonald Natilu McKenney Carrie Lena McMullen Kathryn Maness Margaret Massie Marion Mathews Sara Moore Martha Norman Frances O ' Brien Lola Phillips ( L« J M Hyta Plowden Gladys Pratt Florence Preston Virginia Prettyman Joan Raht Charlotte Reid GussiE Rose Riddle RossiE Ritchie Margaret Rogers Caroline Russell Louise Schuessler Mary Louise Schuman 1 ? fcX- Virginia Sewell Ruth Shippey Rosa Shuey Martha Skeen Mary Sloan Mabel Talmage Marjorie Tindall Hazel Turner Dorothy Walker Isabella Wilson Elizabeth Winn Mary Winterbottom Flora Young 1 i c r Pajf 72 SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Alberta Palmour President Carolyn Dickson Vice-President Jacqueline Woolfolk Secretary-Treasurer t i 1 c f)J €J. ' if -s C Mary Adams Marie Adams ELrzABETH Alexander Martha Allen Mary Virginia Allen Catherine Bates Vella Marie Behm Dorothy Bell Dorothy Blackshear Mary Boggs Florence Burford Alice Burke Gladys Burns Virginia Byers f ii ) fc f )rc Marian Calhoun Marjorie Carmichael Trellis Carmichael Frances Cassel Carolyn Cole Eva Constantine Sarah Cook Virginia Coons RosALYN Crispin Sarah Davis Mary Lillian Deason Caroline Dickson Harriet Dimmock Mae Dues 1 i i — «4 d Alice Dunbar FiDESAH Edwards Frances Espy Willie Eubanks Mary Jane Evans Betty Fountain Dorothy Garrett Margaret Coins Jane Goodwin Mary Green Carol Griffin Anne Scott Harman Elizabeth Heaton Betty Lou Houck fc.1; Y Pigc 77 Anna Humber Mary Hutchinson Marguerite Kennedy Eleanor Johnson Elizabeth Langford Mary Latimer Caroline Long Sara May Love Frances McCalla Carolyn McCallum Ida Lois McDaniel Marguerite Morris Clara Morrison Virginia Nelson ( - n Page It Alberta Palmour Nina Parke Nell Pattillo Eva Poliakoff Madeline Race Martha Redwine Loice Richards Margaret Robins Dorothy Robinson Isabel Shipley Alsine Schutze Marjorie Simmons Marie Simpson Suzanne Smith Leonora Spencer fc r }) Laura Stevens Willie Lou Summerall Catherine Swaringen Elizabeth Thrasher Buford Tinder Tennessee Tipton Amy Underwood Caroline Waterman Margaret Waterman Laura Wilder Betty Wiseberg Hester Ann Withers Jacqueline Woolfolk Johnnie May York Elizabeth Young ( ( - m f ' f FRESHMEN FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Adelaide Stevens President Sarah Turner Vice-President Frances James Secretary-Treasurer tSNf - I fy ' Lulu Ames Lena Armstrong Doris Batsell Mary Beasley Anne Berry Corrie Blair Jane Blair Sara Brosnan Ida Buist Meriel Bull Sarah Burnette Elizabeth Burson Rebecca Cashion Jane Cassels Alice Chamlee Virginia Cheshire Nell Childers Shirley Christian Lou Clark Mildred Clark ' -«kS?3sr!??Ess Carolyne Clements Ann Coffee Margaret Cooper Naomi Cooper Sara Corbin Margaret Craft Martha Crenshaw Martha Cunningham Sara Cureton Ellen Davis Mary Lois Davis Annie Catherine Deep Marian Derrick Emily Dodge Martha Edmonds Marie Eiseman Theo Elmore Florrie Erb Helen Ford Elizabeth Forman 8 m 12 EsTELLE Freeman Rosa From Louise Geer Elfzabeth Gledh ill Janet Gray Helen Handte Mary Henderson Mary Holloway Sara Hooten Ruth Humphreys Ruby Hutton Frances James Ethelyn Johnson Louise Jordan Augusta King Ruth King Gretchen Kleybecker Carrie Latimer Norma Lee George Ann Lewis 4_ , M ' i m - ) I I OvEiDA Long Gertrude Lozier Mary Lozier Rose Ludwig Dorothy Lyons Alice McCallie Lenna Sue McClure Frances McCulley Sarah Frances McDonald Emily McGahee Louise MacIntyre Dean McKoin Sallie McRee Ann Martin Maria Martin Josephine Meador Frances Miller Rosa Miller LuTA Mitchell Elizabeth Moore Louise Morrow i -■ l ,3) fe=. Sadie Morrow Ellen Murray Sarah K. Nichols Janie Norris Louise Norris Myra O ' Neal Nevelyn Parks Helen Phillips Mary Potts Helen Ramsey Louisa Robert Mary Gray Rogers Emily Rowe Lavinia Scott Mary Snow Sarah Spencer Sarah Stegall Adelaide Stevens Mary Margaret Stowe Gary Burr Strickland Elizabeth Strickland rrr, 1 " XL r . Miriam Talmage Nell Tarpley Jane Thomas Louise Tipton Sara Tomlinson Marie Townsend ViviENNE Trice Helen Tucker Sarah Turner Virginia Turner Mary Vines Jean Walker Mary Walker Lilly Weeks Nell White Gertrude Whitely Rebecca Whitley Kathryn Williams Virginia Williams Mary Wing Sara Catherine Wood e c i - 1 ly) f Special Students Mildred Combs Sara Green Eleanor Williams Unclassified Students Ursula Boese SusANNE Borland Melanie Vasickova Irregular Students Second Year Maxine Crisler First Year Dorothy Austin Frances Austin Jane Blick Mary Corneley rf f :. mwramairoarininaraEffiajiirffir - " i m ' SSSjJjum ' STARS STARS ■ SELECTED 1 _. BY ar CrShr ■;] • ;t ■■■iV:; ' i,ji!J iiilSa«...:.«. U I dL UA C AAx jL iL. TStcUr liillii , ii ! 0 ' z X ' u. - j L. f- " Tl t- 0 5-AlX - -■ " !ll« ' fl.: .4. ..AL Ah. CU- - AJ- ( mkvMht t %if iS; ±fiiii JtidSj ACTIVITIES X PUBLICATIONS Carolink Lincle SILHOUETTE EDITORIAL STAFF Caroline Lingle Editor-in-Chief Elinor Hamilton . . . . Assistant Editor Louise Wesley .... Photographic Editor Mary Sturtevant . Assistant Photographic Editor Rosalind Ware Class Editor Charlotte Reid Athletic Editor Nina Parke Feature Editor Caroline Long Kodak Editor Martha England Humor Editor " ID EGINNING in 1891, the Decatur FemLile SemiiiLiry published the record of the - " LcJ school year in collaboration with the Aurora, the literary publication of the stu- dents. In 1902, this publication was discontinued and the present Silhouette was organized. Years of growth for both college and annual have not altered the purpose of the editorial staffs: " To cast upon these pages a silhouette of our life at Agnes Scott — an existence itself as transient and flitting as firelight shadows. " Top Roil ' : Hamilton, McDonald, Reid, Parke Secoinl Rnu-: Long, Wesley, Sturtevant, England, Ware Top Rotf: Gordon, Houck, Goodwin, Morris Sccoiitl Rou-: Lewis, Blundell, Sweets, Whittle, Cassel ART STAFF Julia Blundell DouscHKA Sweets Marie Whittle Frances Cassel Art Editor BUSINESS STAFF Jule Bethea Pauline Gordon Business Manager Assistant Business Manager c Betty Lou Houck Jane Goodwin Marguerite Morris Georgia Ann Lewis ( fc SILHOUETTE Jule Bethea .■:m ' 7 i !r °:?? ' Cup Given by Photo-Process Company THIS cup was given by the Photo - Process Company in fr recognition of the Ail-American rat- -AJJ ing won by the Silhouette, 1932. | This rating was given b} ' the Na tional Scholastic Press Association. £ | IN RECOGNITION OF THE 1932 SILHOUETTE (SlpHE staff of the 1933 Silhou- III ETTE dedicates these pages to Penelope Brown and Betty Peeples in recognition of their exceptional work in producing a book of All- American rating, The Silhouette of 1932. THE AURORA EDITORIAL STAFF Gilchrist Powell ' lRGINIA PrLTTYMAN Editor-hi-Chief Assistai f Editor Gilchrist Pow lll Vivian Martin Aaociatc Editor Elizabeth Hickson Associate Editor Frances Espy Poetry Editor Prettvm.in, Mjrtin, Hickson, Espv. a Duke, Boggs, Sweets DEVELOPMENT Is the keynote of the Aurora. In the early days it was the year book, including all phases of activities. When the Silhouette became the annual publication, the Aurora was changed into the organ of the literary societies with class issues. Gradually, it became a quarterly, containing only literary efforts, such as poetry, short stories, essays, and book reviews. In 192 8 an art department was established to provide attractive illustrations for the contributions. The Aurora earnestly attempts to present the highest literary efforts of the students and to create an appreciation of the best writing on the campus. BUSINESS STAFF Catharine Happoldt . Frances Duke . Business Manager Circulation Manager Mary Boggs Exchange Editor r?p-p Douschka Sweets Art Edito THE AURORA Catharine Happoldt AGONISTIC EDITORIAL STAFF Elizabeth Lynch .... EJitor-iii-Cbicf Mary Hamilton .... Ass sfaiif Editor LuciLE WooDBUR-Y .... Managing Editor Elizabeth Lynch LouELLA Dearing . Feature Editor Mary Jane Evans . Society Editor Anna Humber . . Exchange Editor Mary Virginia Allen, Exchange Editor Caroline McCallum Cornelia Keeton . Alumnae Editor Helen Bashinski . . Sports Editor Johnnie May York . . Joke Editor Margaret Rogers . . Giddy Gossip Cliih Editor Top Kow: Hamilton, Woodbury, Dearing, Evans, Humber Second Kow: Allen, Keeton, Bashinski, York, Rogers, McCallum Tol Ron: Ames Si-conJ Roil.-: Ritchie, Klcybeckcr, HuJmon, Green ( " ZTIpHE Agonistic was begun by the Junior Class of 1916 and was the private and - " L especial interest of that class until the paper became so popular that the campus adopted it to express their opinions. The staffs earnestly endeavor to carry out the two- fold purpose of the Agonistic: To present campus news in as accurate and as inter- esting a manner as possible, and to encourage the growth of true journalism among the students. A class contest is held each year to stimulate interest in the work. A cup is awarded to the winner. BUSINESS STAFF Virginia Heard .... Business Manager Mary Ames . . . Assistant Business Manager RossiE Ritchie . . Assistant Managing Editor Florence Kleybecker . . Circulation Manager Anne Hudmon . . Assistant Business Manager Mary Green . Day Student Circulation Manager AGONISTIC Virginia Heard ' AC NES SCOTT COLLEnEr DEEC ATtiR7«A.. WEDNESDAY. PEBKUARYIS. 1833° Univ. of Chicago !Ann Brown Nash Phi Beta Kappa Elect on Lecture Seriesl Chosen Queen New Student M( lii. THE AGONISTIC CONTEST Won by THE SENIOR CLASS IIL ( ACH spring, the Agonhtic sponsors a contest in which each class pubUshes an - " ' issue of the paper. The winning class is awarded a cup. This year the entrys were judged by the editors of two Atlanta papers, the head of the Department of Journalism at Emory, and the editors of the Agonistic for the two precedin-s years. The Seniors were presented the cup. ' .P V " _ .- v ORGANIZATIONS ■ ' •°- " ' - " - -- »= STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION J mf mm. Hi _ OFFICERS ' Nj A — ,_ r Margaret Ridley President Mary Sturtevant Vice-Picsiilctit H Isabella Wilson Secretary H Mary McDonald Treasurer Margaret Ridley Bessie Meade Friend House President of Rebekah Florence Kleybecker House President of Main Maude Armstrong House President of hnnan Top Row: Sturtevant, Wilson Secoiiii Roil ' : McDonald, Friend, Kleybecker, Armstrong ■ B ' y - s r |sa Jl l r%. ' 1 P " ' S " 1 1 ■ ' i -V. 1 FH aH . . H KL 1 Wi: v l Vi ' IfI Mil V toJ ■r Top Ron: Kecton, Rogers Second Roif: Reid, Boggs, Humber, Beckham. Cornelia Keeton House Vrcudcnt of Gaines Margaret Rogers junior Rcprcsciitafiic Charlotte Reid Junior Rcprcscnfafiie Mary Boggs Sophomore Representatii e Anna Humber Sophomore Representative WiLLA Beckham Day Student Representative " ITN 1906 the Student Government Association was r s begun contemporaneously with the college ' s ex- ) istence, but with a very limited influence. The large | j executive committee has grown from four officers -.1 I . into a committee with growing importance now in- H I fluencing practically every activity on the campus. t2. ' STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION y. w. c. A. Margaret Bell DouscHKA Sweets Vice-President Louise McCain Treasurer C ' Lena McMullen Secretary Margaret Bell Elizabeth Alexander Social Service Committee Mildred Hooten Program Committee Elizabeth Winn Publicity Committee Top Rou ' : Sweets, McCain Second Row: McMullen, Alexander, Hooten, Winn Top Ron: Preston Scroll,! Rou: Dickson, Richards, Harbison, Riddle Florence Preston World Fcllowsb p Coinniiftcc Caroline Dickson Social Drpartnicaf LoiCE Richards . . . ' Day Student Rcpraciitafhc Betty Harbison liidiistr al Coimnittcc GussiE Rose Riddle M ,v r Coiinnittcc C- ( ' ZlIpHE Y. W. C. A. was organized on this campus the If - " L same year that the college was founded and soon ' , . received a charter as a member of the National Y. W. C. A. I X , The association becomes more vital to the campus every rr ' y year and ever purposes to promote ideals of Christian living IJ . in the students which will sustain them in the years to lj==i come. f fc y. w. c. A. ] ' X-) MORTAR BOARD fthv OFFICERS y Katherine Woltz President " 5 ' Laura Spivey Vice-Presitleiif Virginia Heard Secretary Maude Armstrong Treasurer MEMBERS Bessie Meade Friend Maude Armstrong Virginia Heard Margaret Bell Caroline Lingle Top Rou: Armstrong Snnin Rou: Bell, Friend, Heard, Lingle ' ii Top Ron: Ridley SccoihI Run: Spivcy. Sturtcvant, Sweets, Wolt Margaret Ridley Mary Sturtevant Laura Spivey Douschka Sweets Katherine Woltz IN 1916 a group of students founded Hoasc, the Agnes Scott honor society, with the purpose in mind to give " Recognition to those students who have over a period of three years shown that they possess certain worthy quaU- ties; and the uniting of these students, that they together may render more service. " s In October 1931, Hoasc became a member of Mortar R I Board, the national honor society for women ' s colleges. 1 : MORTAR BOARD fe ym PHI BETA KAPPA MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. James Ross McCain Mr. George P. Hayes Miss Lillian Smith Miss Catherine Torrance Mr. S. G. Stukes Miss Edith M. Harn Mr. R. B. Holt Mr. Philip Davidson Miss Mary MacDougall Miss Emma May Laney Miss Lucile Alexander Miss Mary Westall Mr. James N. Wright Mr. Henry Robinson Mary Clark Virginia Heard Ellzabeth Lightcap MEMBERS Eulalia Napier Gail Nelson Margaret Telford The Beta Chapter of Georgia of Phi Beta Kappa was installed at Agnes Scott in 1926. Top Row: Clark, Heard Scconil Ron: Lightcap, Napier, Nelson, Telford Top Row: Beaty, Belote, Clarke, Glass, A. Hudmon, Kilpatrick, Lightcap, Lynch Secoiui Row: May, Nekon, Telford, Walker, Gordon, Goss, E. Hamilton, M. Hamilton Thin! Row: Matthews, Prettyman, Winn, M. Allen, Boggs, Burke, Crispin, Eubanks Fourth Row: Pattillo, Morrison, Humber, Heard, M. Hudmon, E. Napier, Underwood, Shipley, Poliakoff IjUirONOR ROLL recognizes those students who have attained a high scholastic average during the preceding school year. The following were hono-ed for their work in 1931-1932. Class of 193? Bernice Beaty Margaret Belote Mary Clarke Margaret Glass Virginia Heard Ann Hudmon Mary Hudmon Roberta Kilpatrick Elizabeth Lightcap Elizabeth Lynch Rosemary May Eulalia Napier Gail Nelson Margaret Telford Martha Walker Cl ns of 1934 Pauline Gordon Lucy Goss Elinor Hamilton Mary Hamilton Marion Mathews Virginia Prettyman Elizabeth Winn HONOR ROLL Class of 193 5 Martha Allen Mary Boggs Alice Burke Roslyn Crispin Willie Eubanks Katherine Hertzka Anna Humber Clara Morrison Nell Pattillo Eva Poliakoff Isabel Shipley Amy Underwood CA Julia Blundell LECTURE ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Julia Blundell Pirsiilciit Ann Hudmon Treasurer Mildred Miller. . . . Senior Rel rcscntafivc RossiE Ritchie .... Junior Represeiifatiie Martha Redwine . Sophomore Representative Nell White . . Freshman Representative Betty Fountaii ' Publicity Martha Skeen . Day Student Representative Letitia Rockmore . K. U. B. Publicity Member TITN 1921 the Lecture Association was founded for the primary purpose of bringing noted men to the campus. Fortunately for the college these lecturers have been a means of bringing more widespread recognition to the college. During the year Richard Haliburton and Joseph Auslander have been delightful visitants to the campus. Top Ron: Hudmon, Miller, Ritcliic, Redwinc Snoii.l Row: White, Fountain, Skccn, Rockmore Top Rou: Glass, Allen, Jolins„i, Sccon, Ron: Beckham, Goodwin, Strickland, Heckle AY DAY is always a wonderful climax to the school year. Months of planning make the day an outstanding success. By a contest in the fall the committee is able to present the best scenario. Late in the spring the queen is elected. The student body participating in the May Day exercises do their part well, but the day is success- ful because of the earnest work of this committee. MEMBERS Betty Fleming Chairman S q Margaret Glass Mary Virginia Allen Elizabeth Johnson . WiLLA Beckham Jane Goodwin Sarah Strickland . Elaine Heckle Business Manager Propcrfy Chairman Costume Chairman Music Chairman Scenario Chairman Dance Chairman Publicity Manager MAY DAY COMMITTEE Betty Fleming ' STUDENT OFFICIALS AND HOUSE VICE-PRESIDENTS s Ora Craig Student Rcconlcr I -) Gail Nelson Student Treasurer H Barbara Hart f ' c Chief - r Ada Carr Mitchell " . . . . Rchckah ' Jane Goodwin Main Eva Constantine Inman GlpHE student officials are elected each spring when the other officials are chosen. They are officers of the student body but are not under the executive committee. The growth of the college necessitated larger house committees. The House Vice- Presidents were instituted to assist the House Presidents. Top Rou: Craig, Nelson Sccoiul Rou: Hart, Mitchell, Goodwin, Con Top Ron: Hutton, Parke, A. Chamlue Secotnl Row: N. Chamlee, Massie, Turner, Riddle " TjIpHE Orchestra has been affording entertainment for the campus for several years. Their impromptu music in the gymnasium is splendid. A new feature of the work has been their music at dinner time every two weeks on Tuesday nights. MEMBERS Ruby Hutton Leader Nina Parke Violin Alice Chamlee Violin Nell Chamlee Cello l Margaret Massie .... Banjo | , Johnnie Turner Piano y GussiE Riddle Xylophone ORCHESTRA CLUBS K. U. B. OFFICERS Letitia Rockmore Julia Finley . Presidetif Secretary Rockmore Finley IN THE spring of 1920 K. U. B. was organized as the journalistic society of Agnes Scott with the purpose of bringing Agnes Scott before the pubUc and of arousing interest in journalism among the students by encouraging their contributions to news- papers. In 1931 K. U. B. became affiliated with the Associated Press. Top Row: Ba t, Bcckha n, Cassel, A. Chamlee, N. Chamlee, Chi Dearing Craig, Cr SecoiiJ Row: E. Edwards, F. Edwards, Elliott, Eskridge, Friend, Grist, Hart, Heath T jiril Row: Keeton, Hudmon, Ivy, Lynch, McDaniel, Martin, May, Moore, Nelson roiirth Row: Oglesby, Phillips, Rogers, Shuman, Smith, Stevens, Sweets, Upchurch, Vinr Woodbury Top Row: Alexander, Anderson, Bechea, Cater, Chamlee, Clark, Clen Deason, Edwards Second Kow: Fleming, Fisher, Coins, Gordon, Goss, Handte, Heard, A. son Third Kow: Eleanor Johnson, Eliabeth Johnson, Jones, Kilpatrick, Miller Moore, Morrow, Nelson Fourth Row: Norman, Preston, Shuman, Snow, Swaringen, Tate, Thon Winterbottom, York GljpHE Chemistry Club was organized in 192 5 by - a group of students interested in the practical knowledge of chemistry. Well-informed speakers on various subjects are provided to broaden the scope of information beyond that of the classroom. This year the club became the Alpha chapter of Chi Beta Phi Sigma, the national fraternity for the development of science. OFFICERS Betsy Thompson Prcs ' idciif Mary Louise Shuman .... Vice-President Gaii, Netson .... ... Secretary Mary Hudmon Treasurer icnts, Cooper, Crenshaw, Coxwell, Hudmon, M. Hudmon, Hutchin- Lapsley, McCallie, Martin, May, ipson. Turner, Walker, Waterman, Top Row: Thompson, Shuman Second Row: Nelson, M. Hudmon fe CHEMISTRY CLUB 3 BLACKFRIARS OFFICERS Margaret Belote President Elaine Heckle . .... . . Vice-Presiclciif Barbara Hart Secretary Catharine Happoldt Treasurer Mary Winterbottom . . . Property Manager Martha Elliott .... Costume Manager Top Ron: Bclotc Sccoiiil Row: Hci;klc, H.irt Page Ackerman Margaret Bell JuLE Bethea Mary Bogcs Virginia Bvers Dorothy Cassel Josephine Clark MEMBERS Martha England Helen Ethredge Mary Jane Evans Betty Fountain Bessie Meade Friend Margaret Friend Dorothy Garrett Tof Row: Ackerman, Bell, Bethea, Boggs, Byers, Cass Second Row: England, Ethredge, Evans, Fountain, B. M. Friend, Mildred Hooten Betty Lou Houck Anna Humber Mary Hutchinson Claire Ivy Blanche Lindsey Mary McDonald ■I, Clark M. Friend, Garrett ThirJ Row: Hooten, Houck, Humber, Hutchii Ivy, Lindsey, McDonald mm Toh Ran: Mav, May cr, Mitchell, Morris, Ogle; ,bv. Ri Md , Richards Second Ron: Riddle. RidI ev, Rockmorc, Sclicu issler. Sh ippt :y. Skccn, Tinder ThnJ Ron: Tu irncr, W " ' ilson , Winn, Wintcrbotto im, S : ' itl- Woodbury, Wolt . MEMBERS BUFORD TlNDHR GussiE Riddle Mary Winti.rbottom Rosemary May Margaret Ridley Hester Ann Withers Cecile Mayer Letitia Rockmore Lucile Woodbury Ada Carr Mitchell Louise Scheussler Katherine Woltz Marguerite Morris Ruth Shippey Frances Oglesby Martha Skeen Top Row: Happoldt Charlotte Reid Isabella Wilson S( ■coiiJ Row: Winterbottom, LoicE Richards Elizabeth Winn Elliott " ID LACKFRIARS was organized in the fall of 1915. Since the first play, " Midsummer Night ' s Dream, " the organization has progressed toward ade- quate plays and careful and sincere acting. Directed by Miss Gooch, Blackfriars offers a splendid opportu- nity to girls interested in dramatics. ! y BLACKFRIARS 1 r ir ] ' X-) PEN AND BRUSH CLUB OFFICERS Julia Blundell Prcsiilciif Martha Elliott Secretary Frances Cassel RosALYN Crispin Katherine DeHart Betty Fountain Mary Green MEMBERS Claire Ivy Nell Pattillo Audrey Rainey LoicE Richards Thelma Richmond Field Shackelford Sarah Spencer DouscHKA Sweets Louise Wesley IN 1926 the Pen and Brush Club was organized by the art students to create a more active interest in art and to maintain a full appreciation and enthusiasm for the students ' talent. Top Row: Cassel, Crispin, DcHart, Fountain, Green Secotlil Ron-: Ivy, Pattillo, Rainey, Richards ThirJ Row: Richmond, Shacklcford, Spencer, Sweets, Wesley Top Ron-: Ames, Gilbreath, Gordon, Jackson, McCain Second Row: McKennev, Pratt, Rainey Third Rou: Strickland, Talmadge, Ware, Whittle, Wilson (TllpHE Alpha Delta Chapter of Eta Sigma Phi was installed at Agnes Scott in 1928. - " L A greater appreciation of classical culture is the primary aim of the club, which is mainly for upperclassmen. MEMBERS Mary Ames Natilu McKenney Rosalind Ware Evelyn Gilbreath Gladys Pratt Marie Whittle Pauline Gordon Audrey Rainey Isabella Wilson Mary Jackson Sarah Strickland Louise McCain Mabel Talmadge Walker Brant OFFICERS Louise Brant i - D ' oROTHY Walker President Secretary ETA SIGMA PHI Uw J H Wr] FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS LouiSH Wesley Prcsiilciif Martha Elliott . .... . . V cc-Pirsiilcnt Betty Fountain . . Sccrctiiry aiul Treasurer Top Run: Wesley SccoiiJ Row: Elliott, Fount IN 1920 the French Club was founded partly as a social club and partly intellectual society. At the monthly meetings excellent programs are presented. Tea with the faculty members provide for the students a splendid opportunity for using conversa- tional French. The Alliance Francaise is invited to the campus during the year and by its recognition has stimulated the enthusiasm of the club. Top Row: Allen, Andc B.ishinski, Bcckh.im, Bclotc, Blundcll, Boggs, Br.int, Bruwn, Calhoun, Ormichacl Sccoii.l Row: Cobb, Coffin, Borland, Elliott, Eubanks, Happoldt, Harbison, Heard, Herring, Kceton Third Row: King, Johnson, Lee, Lightcap, Loranz, Martin, Massie, Morrison, Napier, Preston, Raht rmnth Row: Richmond, Smgley, Strickland, Thomas, J. Turner, S. Turner, Ware, S. Wilson, V. Wilson, Winn, Woodburv 1 i % i Trii ' PP ittf f ? 4 tit if W Amml f IL L tS ( gpMlFl ii Top Ron: Ba Bethe nk, Ga tt, Gilbreath, M. Hudmon, ilundell, Cr.sler, Coons, Ellis, Ethridge, Ev Goodwin SeconJ Rou: E. Hamilton, M. Hamilton, Heath, Holloway, Houck, A. Hudr Humphreys, Ivy ThirJ Rou: Lindsey. McCalla, Mitchell, Morris, Nash, Race, Riddle, Scott, Shackleford, Simmons Fourth Rou: Thompson, Tinder. H. Turner, J, Turner, Walker, Waterman, White, Wilson, Wolf, Woltz, York (Clip HE Cotillion Club, organized in 1921, is the only strictly social club on the JIL campus. It upholds the highest social standards. The Annual Thanksgiving Dance is an event always looked forward to. The tea dances every two weeks are most enjoyable affairs for the members. Top Row: Duke Second Rou: McKcnncy, Parke OFFICERS Frances Duke President Natilu McKenney .... Vice-Presideiif Secretary and Treasurer ■ jl Nina Parke COTILLION CLUB PI ALPHA PHI OFFICERS Elizabeth Lightcap President Nell Brown Vice-President ELrzABETn Winn .. " ' .... Secretary Flora Young Treasurer Carolyn Russell .... Council Member Katherine Woltz .... Council Member Tot Ron: Lightcap, Brown, i ' inn Sccoiul Row: Young, Russell, Woltz Page Ackerman Mary Virginia Allen Helen Boyd Marion Calhoun Mary Jane Evans Margaret Glass Sarah Green Alma Groves MEMBERS Barbara Hart Virginia Heard Mary Hudmon Roberta Kilpatrick Elizabeth Langford Janie Lapsley Ida Lois McDaniel Clara Morrison Alberta Palmour Eva Poliakoff Martha Redwine Gussie Riddle Laura Spivey Laura Stevens Mary Sturtevant Margaret Telford PI ALPHA PHI, the honorary debating society of Agnes Scott, was organized in 192 to encourage debating between the students of Agnes Scott and also inter- collegiate debating. The features of the society this year have been the triangular debates and the debate with Dublin students. Top Row: Ackerman, Allen, Bovd, Calhoun, Evans, Glass, Green, Groves, Hart Secoiul Row: Heard, Hudmon, Kilpatrick, Langford, Lapsley, McDaniel r j r, Ron: Morri-on, Palmour, Poliakoff, Redwine, Riddle, Spivey, Stevens, Sturtevant, Telford (n O § Top Row: Ames, Austin, Barlow, Barnett, Boese, Boyd, Brown, DeHart Second Row: Fountain, From, Groves, A. Hudmon, M. Hudmon, Ivy, Johnson Third Row: Jones. Kleybecker, Loranz, Lowrance, Moss, Preston, Reid, Ritchie Fo:nf j Row: Robins, Russell, Schuessler, Smith, Turner. Telford, Wood, Woltz ( ' ZlipHE International Relations Club has served the students well since 1921 by ac- - " L quainting them with affairs of current interest. The League of Nations and its troubles has been of special interest to the club this year. The Southern Conference of International Relations Clubs met at Agnes Scott in the spring of 1933, bringing to the campus Sir Herbert Ames and several distinguished professors. Mary Ames Sarah Austin Amelia Barlow Ruth Barnett Ursula Boese Helen Boyd Nell Brown Katherine DeHart Betty Fountain Rosa From Alma Groves Ann Hudmon Mary Hudmon MEMBERS Alma Earle Ivy Eleanor Johnson Margaret Jones Florence Kleybecker Isabel Lowrance Marie Moss Florence Preston Charlotte Reid RossiE Ritchie Margaret Robins Carolyn Russ::ll Louise Schuess .e?, Suzanne Smith Margaret Telford Hazel Turner Sarah Catherine Wood Katherine Woltz Top Roir: Hooten, Hamilton Second Row: Armstrong, Lynch OFFICERS Mildred Hooten PresiiJciif A Elinor Hamilton . Scircfdvy am! Treasurer Maude Armstrong .... Council Member ELrzABETH Lynch .... Conitcil Member NTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Madge York President Elizabeth Winn . . .... . Vice-President GussiE Rose Riddle Secretary Marge Simmons Treasurer Top Ron: York, W Sccoinf Row: Riddle, Sii Mary Charles ALnxAr DU Maudz Anderson Margaret Belote Lois Davis Margaret Friend Margaret Glass Jane Goodwin MEMBERS Mary Green Betty Lou Houck Marguerite Jones Polly Jones Margaret Massie Audrey Rainey Letitia Rockmore Johnnie May York Carolyn Russell Mary Louise Shuman RuTH Shippey Marline Tate Betsy Thompson Isabella Wilson Virginia Wood ( TIIpHE Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Johnson, always attempts to present - good music programs. Their presentations at the college, over the radio, and in the various Atlanta chu rches are of widespread enjoyment. Top Row: Alexander, Anderson, Belote, Davis, Friend, Glass, Goodwin, Green Si ' coinl Rou: Heath, Houck, M. Jones, P. Jones, Massie, Rainey, Rockmore Thin Ron: Russell, Sliuman, Shippey, Tate, Thompson, Wilson, Wood, York KfFtEBH Top Ron: Akxjnder, Bell, Boese, Brown, Cole, DeHart, Duke, Farr Secoinl Roit: Felts, Finley, Griffin, Groves, Harman, Hart, Flcard Third Rou: Kleybecker, Miller, Robinson, Rockmore, Schuessler, Spivey, Tate, Woltz (TjIpHE Citizsnship Club, organized at Agnes Scott in 1926, was reorganized in 1929 - as a part of the National League of Women Voters. The club attempts to familiarize the student body with the principles of voting and current politics so they will become intelligent voters. MEMBERS Mary Charles Alexander Margaret Bell Ursula Boese Nell Brown Caroline Cole Katherine DeHart Frances Duke Frances Farr Mary Felts Julia Finley Carol Griffin Alma Groves Ann Scott Harman Barbara Hart Virginia Heard Florence Kleybecker Mildred Miller Mary Lou Robinson Letitia Rockmore Louise Schuessler Laura Spivey Marlyn Tate Katherine Woltz Top Row: Second Roic: OFFICERS Margaret Loranz President ( _ Margaret Massie Vice-President | Ada Carr Mitchell Secretary and Treasurer CITIZENSHIP CLUB POETRY CLUB OFFICERS Vivian Martin President Mary Boggs . . . . " . • • • Secretary MEMBERS Page Ackerman Mary Boggs WiLLA Upchurch Julia Blundell Frances Espy Gilchrist Powell Sarah Wilson ( ' TlpO STIMULATE interest in contemporary poetry and to encourage the writing of verse has remained the earnest purpose of the Poetry Club since its organiza- tion in 1921. Several members have received national recognition for their work. Top Row: Ackerman, Blundell, Boggs Secoud Rou ' : Espy, Powell, Upchurch, Wilson Top Rolf: Boggs, James Second Ron: Long, Stevens, Jones, Withe BOUT ten 3 ' ears ago the Bible Club was organized to bring to the Bible students interesting study relating to their work. The members are the classes in Bible and the officers are chosen from Bible majors. Mary Boggs FRANcns James CHAIRMEN Caroline Long Adelaide Stevens Hester Ann Withers Polly Jones Top Roil-: York, Alexander Second Roil : Moss, Strickland, Wilson OFFICERS Madge York Fresidcnt Elizabeth Alexander Secretary p■. Marie Moss Treasurer ) ' - Sarah Strickland . . Rcfreshiiieiif Chairman f ' Virginia Wilson Social Chairman 5, BIBLE CLUB GRANDDAUGHTERS ' CLUB OFFICERS Sarah Shadburn President Charlotte Reid ' ice-President Ann Scott Harman . Secretary and Treasurer Toll Rou: Sludburi Secoinl Row: Rcid, Ha JULE BeTHEA Julia Blundell Harriet Dimmock Elizabeth Foremai Lucy Goss Mary Hamilton Elaine Heckle MEMBERS Mary Henderson Nancy Kamper Sarah May Love Isabel Lovtrance Frances McCully Clara Morrison Alberta Palmour Florence Preston Martha Redwine Louisa Robert Susan Turner Eleanor Williams Elizabeth Winn ( IjpHE Granddaughters ' Club is composed of girls whose mothers were former Agnes - " L Scott students. Their social functions are very delightful and the associations that these girls make have become an important tradition of the campus. Top Rou-. Blundell, Dimmock, Foreman, Goss, Hamilton, Heckle Second Row: Henderson, Kamper, Love, Lowrance, McCully, Morrison Third Row: Palmour, Preston, Redwine, Robert, Turner, Williams Top Rou: Alexander, Barnett, I. Buist, L. Bulst, Cassels, Cooper, Davis Secoiui Row: C. Dickson, D. Dickson, From, Handte, Hickson, Hooten Third Row: Latimer, McCully, Poliakoff, Prettyman, Ramsay, L. Spencer, S. Spencer ( ' TllpHE Students from South Carolina banded together in this purely social club JIL to make evident their state loyalty and to become acquainted with girls from their own state. Mary Charles Alexander Ruth Barnett Ida Buist Laura Buist Jane Cassels Margaret Cooper Ellen Davis MEMBERS Caroline Dicksox Dorothy Dickson Rosa From Helen Handle Elizabeth Hickson Mildred Hooten Carrie Latimer Frances McCully Eva Poliakoff Virginia Prettyman Helen Ramsay Leonora Spencer Sarah Spencer Craig OFFICERS Elizabeth Winn President Secretary and Treasurer ]l Ora Craig SOUTH CAROLINA CLUI B. O. Z. OFFICERS Virginia Prettyman Anna Humber .... President Secretary Prcttyr Pace Ackerman WiLLA Beckham LOUELLA DeaRING MEMBERS Mary Hamilton Anna Humbhr Elizabeth Lightcap Vivian Martin Gilchrist Powell Mary Sturtevant Flora Young IID . O. Z., :he prose writing club of the campus, was founded in 1916 to promote - " LcJ the literary effort of the students and to improve the efforts by mutual criticism and discussion. Noticeable improvement has been made in sentiment and endeavor from year to year. Top Row: Ackerman, Beckh,im, Dearing, Hamilton, Humbe St ' COlttl Row: Lightcap, Martin, Powell, Sturtevant, Young HIGH LIGHTS GRANDMOTH- ER ' S PARTY Old Folks at Home Grandma ' s Girl! Say, Ma! Aw please. Grandma! Jiisf one of the Girls Happy Family Group " Once upon a Time ' FRESHMAN- SOPHOMORE STUNTS Sanborn led them a chase! Little brothers are like that! No wonder these Ogres scared Sanborn Mother Goose herself Boots got his Curly Locks in spite of the Rats Simpson Greene and Anne Gora saved the day! Mother Goose ' s Wed- ding Party RAT WEEK 4 1 r Sbc will be a cheer- leader yet! Nobody loves us! ' Iddy biddy pider ' " Wipe that smile off, Freshman I " Ad is ail expert at catching grasshopper . anyu ' ay! " What do yon say to a SOPHOMORE? " LITTLE GIRL DAY ' ' We aren ' t sissies ' " My flint now! ' Dolls are fun but " teddy " is best It ' s great to be a kid again " My fair lady ' " Let loose ' Mother ' s darlin All ready to pla} INVESTITURE We ' re getting to be big girls now! And they don ' t look a bit less kittenish Shu Fly, don ' t bother us — We hair been infested! Seniors, or Sopho- mores? FOUNDERS ' DAY We ' re jiisf siveet old- fashioned boys and girls Not the Boones from Kentucky? Ouch, Georgie — my corn! And they didn ' t even use Pepsodent They ' re got him up a ' - tree. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Just a happy group of outdoor girls ' . For she ' s the presi- dent! And she ivon the hockey stick Yes, IV e wash! Miss Health — and how she loves her spinach An orange a day — MARDI GRAS Crowned, and so young! Be a good girl, and I ' ll give you a lollipop They ain ' t done right by our little Nell Snappy outfit! Just a fugitive from chilblains Hurry up and die Charlie wins! Mickey and Minnie What a regal crowd OFF-MOMENTS Just the hoys at play How ' s life down there — we slide up here Just a small load Iii-Cogiiito She ' s eager about her work Back out, there! Watch out, you ' ll fall! ' Look your meanest, gals, it ' s your last chance! The sheik in his tent Must have gotten an ad! fust another tradition MAY DAY The Fountain Smoke and Sbadoiv Flc Languor Kaleidoscope Sunset MAY DAY Her Majesty, and Court Light Ann Broitii Nash, the Oiieen The Sunrise Court ' - r- SENIOR OPERA Students at their play Falling — flat-footed I You can ' t have the prince — which one? I married a sot, she ' s not so hot, 1 gave up Caffee, and what have I got? Caffee, now at last he has you! Drink, Drink, Drink! How these boys love their beer, and Caffee .3. ATHLETICS " TH The Athletic Board ( ZTjT ' HE Athletic Association was organized with the idea of creating on the campus a spirit of " Play for Play ' s Sake. " The Athletic Board, which conducts the affairs of the Association, is comprised of the officers of the Association, together with the heads of sports and the faculty advisers, Miss Haynes and Miss Wllburn. The program for the year included the usual major and minor sports. The Outing Club was formed to stimulate interest in hiking and camping as well as other out- door activities. The faculty-varsity games and Health Week were carried on. The Athletic Association feels that in the widespread interest in sports on the campus this year, it has lived up to its motto, " Savingly and Recreationally Yours. " M THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Jl ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 1 OFFICERS Laura Spivey Presideiif Katherine Woltz .... Vice-Presiiienf Frances O ' Brien Secretary Spivey Margaret Massie Treasurer Leonora Spencer Camp Manager Margaret Friend Social Chairman FiELEN Bashinski Publicity Manager Margaret Massie Lo,s7 and Found Manager Martha Plant Ellis Son " Leader Top Rou-. O ' Brien, Mas.ic, Friend Secoml Row: McCalla, Cassel, Spencer, Bashinski Top Roir: Hutton, Ellii Sccoihl Roir: Tindall, Ackerman, Paike, Fisher SPORT MANAGERS Katherine Woltz Hockey Dorothy Cassel Suiimniir and Water Polo Page Ackerman Tennis Marjorie Tindall Baiket-ball Ruby Hutton Volley-ball r Virginia Fisher Baseball ® | Frances McCalla Hiking _ Nina Parke Archery ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION L Jl ' vS ' WEARERS OF THE A. S. ( ' ZTir ' HE Athletic Association awards the monogram in recognition of sportsmanship, abihty and love of the sport. Those wearing the letter are: Maud Armstrong Margaret Bell JuLE Bethea Dorothy Cassel Virginia Fisher Bessie Meade Friend Pauline Gordon Lucile Heath Ann Hudmon Mary Hudmon Caroline Lingle Margaret Massie Frances O ' Brien Louise Schuessler Laura Spivey Mary Sturtevant DouscHKA Sweets Katherine Woltz Top Roll ' : Armstrong, Bell, Bethea, Cassel, Fisher, Friend SecomI Roif: Gordon, Heath, Hudmon, A., Hudmon, M., Lingle, Ma; Thini Rou: O ' Brien, Schuessler, Spivey, Sturtevant, Sweets, Woltz Top Roil: Lindsey, Spivey, Ellis, Friend Second Row: Spencer, Simmons, Morrow, Da School Cheer LcaiJer Plant Ellis Senior Blanche Lindsey Laura Spivey Plant Ellis junior Margaret Friend Sophomore Leonora Spencer Marjorie Simmons Freshman Sadie Morrow Ellen Davis Y llh ACH class elects two cheer leaders, to promote ' j ' spirit at games and stunts. A school chee Vs leader is elected by the student body. CHEER LEADERS ff ] ) ■•■nv7 aE! -- HOCKEY fs ' 1 SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM Hudmon, A., Sweets, Ridley, Nash, Armstrong, Be GlIpHE Senior Team played a consistently good game throughout the season, winning three games and losing three, thus tying the Freshman team for second place in the school championship race. The members of the team are: Maud Armstrong Margaret Bell JuLE Bethea Josephine Clark Barbara Hart Ann Hudmon Ann Brown Nash Gilchrist Powell Margaret Ridley Laura Spivey Mary Sturtevant DouscHKA Sweets Katherine Woltz Woltz, Hart, Spivey, Clark, Powell, Stur . i tjS ( §22: ' JUNIOR HOCKEY TEAM 4 ' ' U) Yc: Harbison, Friend, Fisher, McMullen, Boyd, Russell, O ' l OlIrHE Junior Team did some brilliant playing, winning all six games and the school championship for this year. The members of the team are: Mary Ames Sara Austin Helen Boyd Virginia Fisher Margaret Friend Elinor Hamilton Betty Harbison Katherine Maness Margaret Massie Carrie Lena McMullen Frances O ' Brien Caroline Russell Louise Schuessler Marjorie Tindall Ames, Tillotson, Massie, Hamilton, Schuessler, Maness, Au =)xi33 (m) ' ) SOPHOMORE HOCKEY TEAM Palmour, Coins, Poliakotf, W ' olfolk, Richards, Long GlpHE Sophomore Team started off the season rather poorly as a team, but with several outstanding players. By the end of the season, through co-operation and practice, they had developed into a well-organized unit. The members of the team are: Mary Green Margaret Coins Elizabeth Langford Caroline Long Frances McCalla Alberta Palmour Eva Poliakoff Lois Richards Elizabeth Simpson Leonora Spencer Jacqueline Wolfolk Elizabeth Young Young, Green, Spencer, Langford, Simpson, McCa e i ] M m ' FRESHMAN HOCKEY TEAM A I Rountree. Latimer, Foieman, Hart, Townsend, Morrow GlJpHE Freshman team did some very splendid playing, winning three and losing three games, thus tying the Seniors for second place. The members of the team are: Lena Armstrong Margaret Craft Martha Crenshaw Margaret Cooper Elizabeth Foreman Helen Handte Lois Hart Carrie Latimer Georganne Lewis Louise Morrow Adeline Rountree Marie Townsend ' . ' i!zv2 . ti 1 - = Y ' Lewis, Handte, Armstrong, Craft, Crenshaw, Cooper % j Jyk iii,yti i «ii «dPm. HOCKEY VARSITY Lena Armstrong Elizabeth Foreman Elinor Hamilton Helen Handte Seniors vs. Freshmen Seniors vs. Sophomores . Seniors vs. Juniors . Juniors vs. Sophomores . Seniors vs. Sophomores . ets. Hamilton, Woltz, H.indte, McCalla, Tindall Members of the Varsity are: Elizabeth Harbison Frances McCalla Carrie Lena McMullen Frances O ' Brien Laura Spivey Results of the Hockey season are: October 7th Mary Sturtevant Douschka Sweets Marjorie Tindall Katherine Woltz Freshmen vs. Sophomores Spivey, Forem3 3-2 October Juniors vs. Sophomores 14th . 6-0 4-0 October Juniors vs. Freshmen 21st . 3-0 1-4 October Sophomores vs. Freshmen . 28 th . 0-1 2-1 No lew be Seniors vs. Freshmen r 4th . 0-2 4-2 Novell! be Juniors vs. Freshmen • nth 1-0 2-0 Juniors vs. Seniors . . . . . 2-1 McMullen, Harbison, Armstrong, Sturtevant SWIMMING f fi l3 SWIMMING The Seniors won first place in the swimming meets. The team is as follows: JuLE Bethea Winona Ewbanks LuciLE Heath Caroline Lingle Letitia Rockmore Mary Sturtevant Virginia Wilson The Juniors won second place. The team is as follows: Mary Ames Dorothy Cassel Virginia Fisher Pauline Gordon Elinor Hamilton Charlotte Reid Betlica. Lingle Sturtevant, Heath Rockmore, Ewb.inks, Wils, Hamilton, Fisher Cassel, Ames Reid, Gordon Parker, Spencer, Alexander Humber, Cassel, Waterman Bull, James, Handtc Robert, Coffee, Stevens The Sophomores won fourth place. The team is as follows: Elizabeth Alexander Frances Cassel Anna Humber Betty Parker Leonora Spencer Margaret Waterman . The Freshmen won third place. The team is as follows: Muriel Bull Ann Coffee Helen Handte Frances James Louisa Robert Adelaide Stevens fc SWIMMING SWIMMING VARSITY MEMBERS Dorothy Cassel Frances Cassel Pauline Gordon LuciLE Heath Caroline Lingle Louisa Robert Mary Sturtevant WIMMING meets were held each week during the fall season. These meets included swimming for speed, swimming for form and diving. D. Cassel, Robert, F. Cassel, Sturtevant, Heath, Lingle, Gordo i - fy aea-acjs BASKET-BALL SENIOR BASKET-BALL TEAM Singlcy, Nash. Clark, Sturtcvaiu Clp HE season was very successful for the Senior team, when they won five out of six games, and first place in the school tourna- ment. The members of the team are: Maude Armstrong Josephine Clarx LuciLE Heath Ann Brown Nash Martha Singley Laura Spivey Mary Sturtevant Virginia Wilson Spivey, Wilson, Armstrong, Heath r Massic, Ames. Tliidall, Au ' tin, Ba (jljl HE Juniors, with particularly strong team work, did some splendid playing, and won second place in the 193 3 tournament. The members of the team are: Mary Ames Sarah Austin Aloe Risse Barron Margaret Friend Elinor Hamilton Margaret Massie Frances O ' Brien Louise Schuessler Marjorie Tindall Hamilton, Friend, O ' Brien, Schuessle JUNIOR BASKET-BALL TEAM -f ] SOPHOMORE BASKET-BALL Parker, Young, Spencer, McCalU Gllr ' HE Sophomores had rather a deplorable season. They lost several of their best players last year, and had to make a new team. Next year they will be in good shape again. Betty Parker Frances McCalla Elizabeth Young Eva Constantine Leonora Spencer Jacqueline Woolfolk Elizabeth Alexander Constantine, Woolfolk, Alcxande 1 i 2 4 nJ f f i 4 ri 1 1 Handle, Tucker, Armstrong, Hart GjJI HE Freshmen had an unusually good team this year, as is shown by the fact that they finished third in the final score for the season. The team members are: Lena Armstrong Elizabeth Burson Helen Handte Lois Hart Stevens, Burson, Miller, Morrow Rosa Miller Louise Morrow Adelaide Stevens Helen Tucker f} FRESHMAN BASKET-BALL TEAM (1 m § BASKET-BALL VARSITY Tindjll, Handtc, Spencer, Xash The varsity is as follows: Elinor Hamilton ForwanI Frances O ' Brien Guard Helen Handle Forward Leonora Spencer . Guard Ann Brown Nash ... ... Forward Laura Spivey Forward Marjorie Tindall Guard The results of the basket-ball season are: Jaintary 6th Seniors vs. Freshmen . . 28-20 Juniors vs. Sophomores . . . 17-14 January 13fh Seniors vs. Sophomores . . . 28-18 Juniors vs. Freshmen . . . 32-15 February }rd Seniors vs. Juniors .... 28-27 Sophomores vs. Freshmen . . 12-29 February 10th Seniors vs. Freshmen . . . 30-26 Juniors vs. Sophomores . . 3 2-15 Febritary 17 th Juniors vs. Freshmen . . . 33-27 Seniors vs. Sophomores . . 43-19 February 24th Seniors vs. Juniors .... 23-24 Sophomores vs. Freshmen . . 24-43 Hamilton, Spivey, O ' Brien WATER POLO WATER POLO Senior Tea in JULE BeTHEA Frances Duke Winona Ewbanks Mary Hudmon Letitia Rockmore junior Team Helen Boyd Dorothy Cassel Virginia Fisher Pauline Gordon Betty Harbison Katherine Maness Carrie Lena McMullen Charlotte Reid Carolyn Russell GlIpHE Seniors won two games, tied one and lost three to win third place in the interclass contests. The Juniors won four, tied one and lost one game, thus winning the school championship. Senior Team Junior Team Top Ron: Ewbanks, Bethea, M. Hudmon Toj) Rou: Maness, Reid, Gordon, McMullen, Harhi Secoinl Roie: Duke, Rockmore Seconil Ron: Boyd, Russell, Fisher, D. Cassel Humber, Fountain, Palmour, Woolfolk, Alexander, Long Top Row: Crenshaw, Dodge, Lewis Sccoiiil Row: McCallie, James, Coffee (Jllr ' HE Sophomores were not up to their usual standard of excellence this year, and managed to win only one game. The Freshmen got into the swing early in the game and second place in the interclass contests. Sophomore Team Anna Humber Betty Fountain Alberta Palmour Jacqueline Woolfolk Elizabeth Alexander Caroline Long Freshman Team Martha Crenshaw Emily Dodge Georganne Lewis Alice McCallie Frances James Ann Coffee WATER POLO WATER POLO VARSITY MEMBERS Dorothy Cassel . Center, Forward Pauline Gordon fj Ann Coffee .... Forward Carrie Lena McMullen 1 Virginia Fisher .... Cyiiard Charlotte Reid Letitia Rockmore The results of the w.iter polo sciison .ire: January bth Goal Guard Freshman vs. Juniors Juniors vs. Sophomores 1-5 Sophomores vs. Seniors . January 10 tb 2-3 Seniors vs. Freshmen February 2nd Seniors vs. Juniors 2-3 Sophomores vs. Freshmen February tb Freshmen vs. Juniors . . . . 3-4 Seniors vs. Sophomores . February 1 5th Juniors vs. Sophomores . . . 3-3 Seniors vs. Freshmen February 28th Seniors vs. Juniors 1-4 Sophomores vs. Freshmen Forivard Guard Forii ' ard 0-0 1-2 1-2 3-1 5-2 4-5 Top Ron: Rcid, Gordon, McMullen Sccoinl Ron: Fisher, D. Cassel Thiril Ron: Rockmore, Coffee r 4-viklii-la. BASEBALL fsAiVsi-=±? ' ZS= mn ' i i P SENIOR BASEBALL TEAM Hart, Heath, Ackerman, Happoldt, Spivey (Slir ' HE Seniors won first place in winning all six games of the season. They had fine teamwork and individual playing. The members of the team are: Page Ackerman Maude Armstrong Margaret Belote Barbara Hart Catherine Happoldt Lucile Heath Mary Hudmon Martha Singley Laura Spivey Belote, Hudmon, Armstrong, Singley €jv. = Talmage, Massie, Ames, Fisher, Friend Glir ' HE Junior team did some outstanding playing, winning four games for second place during the season. Team members are: Mary Ames Sarah Austin Virginia Fisher Margaret Friend Margaret Massie Ruth Moore Florence Preston Mabel Talmage Marjorie Tindall Tindall, Moore, Preston, Au 1 € JUNIOR BASEBALL TEA [ ? -1?5 x SOPHOMORE BASEBALL TEAM Vooifolk, Goodwin, Simpson, An LTHOUGH there were several outstanding players on the Sopho- more team, the team as a whole failed to show in their playing the cooperation and team work necessary for the smooth-running team. Members of the team are: Lulu Ames Jane Goodwin Alberta Palmour Nell Pattillo Marie Simpson Leonora Spencer Jacqueline Woolfolk Elizabeth Young Young, Pattillo, Spencer, Pain 1 ' ;Crl i - 1 nJ J J t, M. Talmage, De!p, Handte, Burson GJIpHE Freshman team won two and lost four games, thus winning third place in the season ' s run. They did some nice playing and showed promise for the future. Members of the team are: Elizabeth Burson Sara Lawrence Anna Catherine Deep Louise Morrow Helen Handte Adelaide Stevens Miriam Talmage s. La , Oj! g U= , Q ' -I FRESHMAN BASEBALL TEAM Y BASEBALL VARSITY Happoldt, Stevens. Armstrong, Moore, Ackerman The varsity is as follows: Page Ackermax Short Stop Ruth Moore ThirJ Base Maude Armstrong First Base Sara Lawrence Left fielder Mary Ames Catcher Martha Singley Center fielder Catherine Happoldt Pitcher Laura Spivey Second Base Frances McCalla Right Fielder Adelaide Stevens Center Fielder The results of the baseball season are: March 17 th 10-6 Seniors vs. Sophomores . . . 21-7 March 24th 10-7 Juniors vs. Sophomores . . . 16-9 A ri 7 th 1-32 Juniors vs. Seniors 5-7 April l ' )th 19-18 Seniors vs. Sophomores . . 28-5 April 26th 6-4 Juniors vs. Sophomores . . . 17-13 Mrtr }rJ 10-8 Juniors vs. Sophomores . . . 17-13 Spivey, Lawrence, Singley, McCalla, Ames Juniors vs. Freshmen . Seniors vs. Freshmen . Sophomores vs. Freshmen Juniors vs. Freshmen Seniors vs. Freshmen Seniors vs. Freshmen . »!;i||fflif!fti|i OTHER SPORTS GOLF Bethea WimiiT of Golf Tonriiamcut ||L ACH year a Golf Tournament is held, into which any student " " is eligible. The winner of the tournament and of the cup for this year was Jule Bethea. tB (Sllr HE Archery Club, made up of those interested in this sport, sponsored a tournament in the fall, the winners of which were: first place, Bessie Meade Friend; second place, Nina Parke: third place, Claire Ivy. ■m f a. 4 H Friend Winner of Archery Tournament ARCHERY 1 ] d HIKING (SlIpHROUGHOUT the year the Hiking Squad sponsors several short and long hikes and supper hikes. The members of the squad are: Mary Ames Sara Austin Mary Deason Caroline Dickson FiDESAH Edwards Martha Elliot Mary Jane Evans Betty Fountain Margaret Massie Frances McCalla Alberta Palmour Marjorie Tindall Jacqueline Wolfolk Sara Catherine Woods Top Row: Woods, Elliot, Wolfolk, Dickson, Palmour, Fountain Secotul Ron: Edwards, Deason, Massie, Ames, Austin, Tindall, McCalla, Eva fn- t Rnu : Young, CoftV-c, Spencer, Fisher S. ' ro« Row: Bethea, Richards, Reid, McMuIlen LIFE-SAVERS JuLE Bethea Ann Coffee Virginia Fisher Carrie Lena McMullen Charlotte Reid Lois Richards Leonora Spencer Elizabeth Young lir IFE-SAVING examinations under the auspices of the American " " " " Red Cross are given each year. These qualify those passing the tests to be either Senior Life-Savers or Examiners. a) ys ' tz } LIFE-SAVING fe ] ) Gordon TENNIS CLUB Pauline Gordon President JuLE Bethea Helen Handte LuciLE Heath Caroline Lingle Margaret Massie MEMBERS Frances McCalla Ann Brown Nash Field Shackelford Martha Singley Leonora Spencer DouscHKA Sweets T HE Tennis Club sponsors tournaments throughout the year. Tryouts are required for membership in the club. Top Row: Handle, Shackelford, Nash, Singley, Heath, Lingle, Bethea Second Row: Sweets, Massie, McCalla, Spencer Stevens, Handle ship. HE Tennis doubles tournament was played in the fall, the Juniors, Mary Ames and Margaret Massie, winning the school champion- Ame ' ; Massie 1 Senior Champions Page Ackerman Douschka Sweets Junior Champions Mary Ames Margaret Massie Sophomore Champions Leonora Spencer Frances McCalla Freshman Champions Adelaide Stevens Helen Handte TENNIS fc f ' s x 13 ■ VOLLEY-BALL V 9 OLLEY-BALL this year proved to be of greater interest than usual. Freshmen and Seniors tied for first place. VARSITY Leonora Spencer Gladys Pratt LuciLE Heath Frances McCalla Marjorie Tindall Mabel Talmage Elizabeth Foreman Spenc McCalla Talmage Heath Tindall Forcma N l f i Reid, Dodge, Alexander, Hutchinson, Friend, Scot RIDING TEAM Elizabeth Alexander Emily Dodge Margaret Friend M ary Hutchinson Charlotte Reid Lavinia Scott A? lipjirORSEBACK riding has proven to be one of the most popular sports. Horse Shows are held each fall and spring, the winners of which comprise the team. HORSEBACK fc f : f j aKEffirtrowTETHinEfiT ' - ruDB ' snzrjnCTCi sj spsasiWfflfKiaiJffj VAUDEVILLE STRAINED INTERLUDES {A McUcnirammcr of the Old School) In Four Fits and a Spasm By A. NONA MOSS Permission of the Dean BACK STAGE M. After idni ht FuLir AAKjy A FuowEa. M : TRivATE Lives xSefore Ohe Ijou ht Our Boo urT fiL A ix na OI OCjL Ihe (Jreat Awakenirig- The Siamese Twins Here we have Mo and Mo, the Siamese Twins. They walk together, talk together, cry together, sigh together. They even get out annuals to- gether. There exists between them an amazing nearness (like the Depression, or final exams). Life to this dear pair is just a beautiful togetherness! Lulu, The Man-Charmer Lulu is a powerful woman. Note how the men swarm at her feet? For some eighteen years she has been cliarming the demons, and never once has she met anything but the highest success. Give her five minutes and she can capture anything. She ' s a genius in her line (and whatta line!). Topsy, the Tackier Topsy tackles anything and everything, but she does herself especially proud with last week ' s pork roast. She is noted for her level-headedness and calm persistence, which she displays while in action. We expect Topsy to make All-Amcrican next year. She is truly a Tackier among Tacklers. Never another like Topsy! Sonny Boy, The Somnannbulist Sonny Boy is a peculiar specimen. He just looks out into space, for hours at a time. Maybe he is thinking of new worlds to conquer, or maybe he is an introvert. Anyway, he can be aroused only thrice daily (at 7:30, I2:.10, and 6:00). It is interesting to note his behaviour at these intervals. He walks up and down, frantically ringing a big black bell. Perhaps this is a form of self-expression, or maybe it has something to do with suppressed desires. Whatever the motive, the acting is soon over, and Sonny Boy resumes his former state of inertia. tADIES and Gentlemen, stand by for the Cream of the Crop. On my left is Jackie Cooper, sliding down the banisters, and not giving a hoot about splinters, and on my right is Farina, the best speller in Our Gang. And who do you think is right in front of me. Ladies and Gentlemen? None other than Rasputin himself, with charming Kay Francis. Be careful, Kay — there ' s Harpo right behind that bush. What say, Harpo oleboyoleboyoleboy! Pardon me, Ladies and Gentlemen — I was about to forget four of our most popular artists. On my extreme right are Constance Bennett and good ole Laurel, and on my extreme left are Clark Gable and our own Zasu Pitts. Clark seems to be courting heavy, and Zasu ( the poor child) is covered with confusion. Oh dear me! AURORA A Drama in the Riijf - v|irURORA was the prettiest girl you never could. She had a Moral Character, ' too. She believed that right makes might, and all that stuff. Furthermore, Aurora was typically Agnes Scott. She never took books out of the library before she was ' sposed to, or nothin ' . She always got in before time limit, and whenever anybody started talking about there was too much work to do, Aurora would begin telling them about the value of a college education. Yes sir — that was the kind of a girl Aurora was. Now Aurora had a Romance. One time there was a boy that came out to fix the ' phone, and he must have got excited or something, because he got all locked up in the ' phone booth. But Aurora belonged to the Campfire Girls, and she knew how to do all these useful things like unlocking ' phone booths, so she let the boy out. Immediately, he takes her in his arms and says, " Aurora, you are the sweetest girl I never could. You have saved my life — now be my wife. " All this moved Aurora to the heart, but she sadly shook her head, because she knew all the time he was in favor of True-False tests. Besides, she was already late to her gym class. So she said, " No, I cannot marry you, my dear Achilles ( ) , Rudolph ( ) , Jonathon ( ) , Nicholas ( ). (Take your choice, it don ' t much matter.) Well, he kept on saying, " Aw, Aurora, please, " and all like that, but it did not do no good, because Aurora was a girl with a Iron Will, and when she said " No, " she did not mean maybe. So finally poor Achilles ( ) , Rudolph ( ) , Jonathon ( ) , Nicholas ( ) gave up and went back home, all sad-like and everything, and that made Aurora feel like the mischief, but there was not nothin ' she could do about it, because she was a girl ruled by Reason. So she drowned her love in her work, and remained a pure and wholesome girl. N. B. We think this heart-rending drama would go over big on the stage (if it did not get censored). It is full of human interest and deep emotion, and that is what the public is demanding just now. We believe, however, that a slight change in action would lead to greater unity and coherence. Our point is this: Why not let Aurora string the lad along for a little while? She could be a girl of High Moral Character, and still tell him he had pretty eyes. One point more. The person playing the part of Aurora should be tall and lithe- like, with the lure of learning in her eyes. That gets ' em every time. LIST OF ADVERTISERS Agnes Scott Clyde Ingram, Inc. Hotel Ansley Kamper ' s Atlanta Baggage Cab Co. Keith ' s Georgia Theatre Bailey Brothers Shoe Shop Lawrence ' s Pharmacy Walter Ballard Optical Co Leary ' s Pharmacy Bame ' s, Inc. LeBlanc ' s R. A. Broyles, Jr., Co. Dennis Lindsey Printing Co. R. E. Burson ' s Shoe Shop Mangel ' s The Coca-Cola Company Martel, Inc. College Avenue Pharmacy Martin ' s Beauty Shoppe COTRELL and LeONARD One of the Grocers Crichton Business College, Original Waffle Shop Inc. J. K. Orr Shoe Co. Daly ' s Paramount Theatre Decatur Laundry and Dry Cleaning Photo-Process Co. Decatur Woman ' s Exchange The Piedmont Hotel and Flower Shop The Physicians and Dentists Harry F. Dobbs, Inc. of Atlanta and Decatur Duffee-Freeman Pringle Smith Eager Simpson Regenstein ' s Edwards Sayward The Selig Company EsTEs Surgical Supply Co. Joseph Siegel Five Points Beauty Salon The W. E. Floding Co. Silhouette Tea Room S. K. Smith Co. J. P. Stevens Engraving Co. FooTE Davies Co. W. Z. Turner Luggage Co. Henry Grady Hotel Vera Beauty Shop Herff-Jones Company White Studio AGNES SCOTT COLLEGE A College jo r Wo m e n DECATUR, GEORGIA THE MAD SEARCH or I. RONy PERSONIFIED ACT J Expdsrriox Time: Ten Bells (P. M.). Place : Trash Basket between Main and Inman. Enter Agnes Scott Student, with microscope in hand. Begins careful examination of contents of Trash Basket. Enter another Agnes Scutt Student, bearing a buttertiY catcher, and searching frantically hither and yon. Ensues a collision between the two searchers, at the Trash Basket. Eirst Student : Hi. Second Student : Hi. First Student : If it ' s not asking too much, just what brings you here ? Second Student : To tell the truth. I ' m searching for An Education. But don ' t tell. People would think me cracked. Xot that it matters — but after all, there ' s the family — First Student: Yeah, I know. But don ' t mind me. I ' m your pal, see, and from now on we ' re going to tackle this thing together, because I ' m search- ing for An Education too. High cAccJ O-o-o-o-li EVERY SY3IPTOM OF THE C. E. ' S fast pulse , . . bright collegiate, up-to-the-second fashions . . . and so collegiately priced, too. We Have Shops in 60 College Towns. Phones Dearborn 0762-0763 Lawrence ' s Pharmacy Your Docfor ' s Choice Just Around the Corner from Agnes Scott 309 East College Avenue WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE Shorthand, Typcirrithig, Bookkeeping, Fil- hti , Mimeographing, Dictaphone, Etc. Correspondence Courses in Shorthand Cor Pla Way and Pryor Street CRICHTON ' S Business College, Inc. 47 Years Catalog o 1 Atlanta . Request • • . . 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Second Student : Not a chance ! An Education in the Jilirary or Buttrick ! Don ' t try to pull the wool over my eyes; I ' m no Freshman. First Student: On the level, tho ' — let ' s take a shot at it. You go to the library and I ' ll go to Buttrick and we ' ll meet here tomorrow night. What you say ? Second Student: (Jkidok. Here ' s hojiing — . . . Curtain . . . ACT II KlSIXG ACTIOX Time: Ten Bells (P. : I.) Place : Trash Basket ( same one ) . Enter First Student, weary ajul ' i (iciul. Ihiter Second Student, bale- ful and blue. Second Student: W ' rU. I ' m worn t(i a nub. I stuod all day in Buttrick and not once did I hear mention of An Education. About all you hear there is a lot of silly stuff about sign and cosine, and feminine, and rats and reaction ! But how about you ? 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The sleuths tip-toe nearer and nearer to the liooth. in which a strange creature is inclosed. First Student : Success at last. Pal. we are just Ijefore capturing An Edu- cation. Second Student : The just reward of labor. But tell me, how shall we man- age the creature? Bloodless captures are so much more preferable, don ' t you thiid so ? First Student : Yeah. I ' ve always liked them better, too. I ' ve got it ! We ' ll capture An Education in the butterfly net. Quick ! The creature is about to come out. 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ACT IV Almost the DEXOUEitEXT Time: 5 Bells (P. M.) I ' lace: Trash Basket (same one again). First Student: Let ' s call it a day. pal. This searching business is getting on my nerves. Second Student: Xow don ' t he a manii-ilcprcssive. Besides. I ' ve got a Thought— how about the ilay Day DellV First Student (all aglow): The May Day Dell! Now you ' re talking! An Education is bound to be hiding in the fay Day Dell ! The Two Sleuths gently tip-toe down to the Dell. As they draw near, tliev perceive a strange creature, tlipping and Hitting about, and singing wildly to the winds. First Student: How graceful is An l ]ilucation ! Second Student: Just like a fairy, or sonietliing — quiet, now; let ' s sli]) up to him without his knowing — The Sleuths softly creep up, from liehind. Just then the creature turns around, facing them. J. P. 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If I had An Edu- cation, I would gladh give lim to vou, but frankl ' , I never heard of | the thing. First Student (in despair) Ett u, Brutu ! N. B. — For further events in the lives of our heroes. see Life in a Bu inesg School (or. The Cynics) mmt t iy ' i " ' ' ' ' -SjI ■y.. - '


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