Armstrong Atlantic State University - Geechee Yearbook (Savannah, GA)

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U , v ii' Q - '.,. .v is I' F I ' ol At- -1 1 4 :ff Ho , B 0 -'.:,'r- Q .,.. pi. V 0 ' ' 4 no Efrr.-Yr . '1 4 y'A O- .-4, 0:3 fG7ze GBE-, AA 1 EI 3 5 JUNIQ +0 19 5 Hifi!!! 5,1 f 9 Q4"4NNAH,eY99ox ARDISTIIUNG Jl 'Nl0lI CULLEGE s.iv.xNN.xll, lililllllilj VOLl'BlE Ill In appreciation of his efforts in behalf of Armstrong Junior College this, the 1939 Geechee, is dedicated to Thomas Gamble, Mayor of Savannah, Founder, friend, benefactor. PN ' W 1 0 t 1 Q iv' 1--:nn-HILL. THOMAS GAMBLE Qi AUDITORIUM BUILDING ' I v s . X 1 - 1-sq--4 ARMSTRONG BUILDING J... jx lv-wg S XNXXW xxix Q 7 V A ' , A t!k'A':Xx .Q A D n ,Y if lf' L h,,W?gAl? W l X Ni: iYyj'.3Qu-.w xi' 4 , ,, ' . " ,. y' ..,'w?1Fg-, 'Q '. ' 'R 'Q fx 'xK'5i .','..,.m,, ALLJ' LANE BUILDING f-716 G IEIEQUH IE IE fin . g umm i 9 1'8"-A.-.sx4'e" 3 9 IHINTIHVTS CJBQA ADMINISTRATION SOPHORUDRES FRESHMEN ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS ADVERTISEMENTS C009 C73 7 . fic CG IE IECCI IE IE Q o+'9NN'o9o 3 o W 4 -u i 5 M f ' ' F7 I 9 3 9 OUR YEARS have passed into the history of Armstrong Junior College. They are now the fieeting years, so fast have they gone. Out of them have come the spirit of Armstrong. They have built the college for the future, stamped credit upon its brief past, and made the present a satisfying idea of what a junior college means and for what it stands. The solidity of any educational enterprise breeds con- fidence among those Who seek its benefits. Side by side with knowledge is the integrity of the institution itself, for edu- cation does not dissemble-it creates the path to happiness. Those who follow the path, Hnd happiness. Those who neglect it, lose happiness. Our alma mater has given us no illusions. It has pointed the way unmistakably. It is with pride that we note the benefits that have come to all of us. It is with pride that we note how admirably our graduates have made their mark in higher institutions. Welcome, all of you who will come to join 'us on the morrow! God speed, all of you who leave us now! C83 X N' ze, CGIEIECCI IEIE .Iwo fx. 30 1 +9 U 'Q If S 2, fa . 2 lllmlli lg. I 9 .' J. ..,, ! QWDLLEGE CUNINIISSIUN ROBERT M. HITCII Cla fl frm fl Il, HENRY BLUN HERSCHEL V. JENKINS MICHAEL J. EGAN MRS. MILLS B. LANE THOMAS GAMBLE MRS. CHARLES D. RUSSELL ROBERT M. HITCH I. A. SOLOMONS, JR. ,,, .a,Gf Q9 ti -n JENKINS GAMBLE RUSSELL EGAN BLUN 1103 "fa, CGlElE 'I IEIE ERNEST A. Lowa, B. S. F. President o+,,.nu 109o ,S 43 3 5' U! . W H 6 4' ru" un, 1.093 I9 39 FACULTY J. T1101s 1As ASKEW, Ph. B.,M. A Dean 4119 'E fze, CG !E!ECCI IEIE ' +g,JUNIg+ fi! s. 3 R ' 4' n 9 3 9 FACULTY DYER ENNIS HENDERSON KEACI1 FOREMAN M. HAWES A. B.. Mercer Universityg M. S., Ernory l'niversity. REUBEN W. HOLLAND A. B. anfl M. A.. Emory Unit MARGARET SPENCER LUBS B. Mus.. Converse Collegeg A. B., University of Georgia, M. A., Columbia University. ARTHUR M. GIGNILLIAT JOHN P. DYER B. A., Bryson College, B. S., M. A., Peabody,- Plz. D., Vanderbilt University. FRANCES ENNIS B. S. H. E., Georgia State College for IVOTNPII A. M. in Household Arts Erlucation, Columbia University. LULIE HENDERSON A. B. in E'a'ncation, University of Georgiag A. B. in L. S., Emory University. STACY KEACH 'ersitu B. S. and M. A., Nortlzzvestern University, Evanston, Ill. 'iii A. B. and M. A., University of Georgia. I I X . ,.f4I,-i HAWES HOLLAND LUBS GIGNILLIAT 1 1 2 I of CGIEIE 'I IEIE +g,JUNlo4 LP '23, S llliifll F- e F? I 9 ,841-u now' 3 9 FACULTY ARTHUR T. KOLGAKLIS B. S., ffC07'f1ifl Tcvlzg M. B. fl., Hnrvrzrrl fffllflllllff' School of Business .1I17IlilliSfl'Ilff0ll. MARGARET F. STEPHENS .L B., LL. B.. and M. .-L, lvllil'CI'SlAf1l of Gvorgul Cvrtificut. Ln Sorhonnv, Paris. NELTA BECKETT St'Cl'l'ffll'jl. JOHN VV. MCNEILL B. S. C., M. A.. Ohio Strztv University. INGLES T11oMsoN SHIVER KOLGAKLIS BECKETT ANDREW L. INGLES B. A., Hnnzpfien-Sgfrlney Collvgu M. fl., Urzirwsity of Virginifz. EBBA OLESON THOMSON Instructor of Dancing. IVEY M. SHIVER, JR. B. S. C., University of Gvorgiu. X Q , 15" xi. 1 in 1 STEPHENS BICNEILL 113 J . L C756 ce. IE iEKlIH IE IE JUNIQ +9 4 - 5 Wil' 5 f 5' n 9 3 9 FACULTY Q-.P-..-,T 96 SNAPSHUTS 14 Mwffi II A N' fze,CGllE1E I IEIE .nun e As. dprlq 1. ' - o S Warn 715 f F I 9 't"l4o-skis 'SV SIPPHUJIURES xfi . 41X ' ' xxcysw LLOYD DRAEGHON l'L A S XYILLIAMLLOYD . . BIYRTICE DRAUGHQN CAROLINE Ii.-WFMANN THOMAS STEvExs . JQHN ZNICLAUGHLIN Snntxs KAYFMANN . . . 0 S 0 F F ll'liIlN FC' Pl'1.9Z.IIC1Zf P1'c1.9icIf 11f Sc 'C1'ctary T2'C'f!SIl7'C"l' . Pn.sz'cIc1zt of Third Year Class 116, BQ Za GIEIE ii IEIE Qpauurob ,s JN- 95 S 'HW +2 f F7 I 9 r""n-nu u0"N' 3 9 'T' K .1 SOPHOMORES FRANCES IMOGENE ARANDA Sumnnazlz, Ga. Rifle teamg Orchestra. MAUDTNE ARNAU Sfll'IlllIlfl1I, fill. BETTY BAINBRIDGE Sfzraizrzfzlz, Ga. Tennis team V383 Basketball '39g Delta Chig Dean's List. "Betts" CAROLYN BALL Srlvfzmzfllz, Gu. Alpha Tau Beta. GERTRUDE MARGARET BARBEE Sflvrlnrlrllz, Gu. Glee Clubg French Club T383 Gveclzvv staffg Dean's Listg Art Club. LAURENE BARNES SIIFIIIIIHIII, Hn. Delta Chi. "Cotton" MARTHA BLACKWELL Srwmnzfzlz, Ga. Alpha Tau Beta. "Marty" LILLIE MAE BLANIJ Savrnzzzrllz, Ga. Basketball '39g Delta Chi. "St1'1114'Iw1'r'y" XVILDER NIORRIS BL1Tc11 Srzwzrzrzfzlz, Gu. Football "Bull" MOREHUUSE BOVVYER SHIYIIIIIIIII, Gu. Fencing teamg Inkwell. 5 ,Q A ,lfi QA if J V' 1811 v- , -q 'ld -args 4171 4 LQCGI NE 1 IEIE Aoi, A ,ca 4 M I 9 'q"'nA. 496' 3 9 if 5-in 4' ---up V, L11 3 SOPHOMORES MARX' BAGLEY BOYCE SIIIYIHIIIIII, Ga. Delta Chi Sorority. "Miclfie" THOMAS BROWN Smvnzlmlz, Gu. Footballg Moron Club. "Beans" CHESTER BRUSHWOOD Srwfuzrzalz, Gu. RiHe team '38, '393 Swim- mingg Intramural footballg Bowtie Fraternity. H17llSlZlL'00IIu ELLEN VIRGINIA BUMANN Sfll'fll1llfl,I, Ga. Alpha Tau Betag Theater Board g Homecoming Committee. GRACE iw.-XRGUI-JRITE BURKE Srzzvlmzrllz, Ga. Delta Chi Sorority. DECATUR B. CAMPBELL, JR. Sfll'fl7l7ZflI1, Gu. Intramural footballg Softballg Glee Clubg Foreign Re- lations Councilg Bowtie Club. HORACE F. CHAPMAN, JR. Blrzckslzear, Ga. Football '37g HCl1flIkdllSt.n "Hank" NELL CLARK Samrzrzalz, Ga. Delta Chi Sorority. "Nellie" RHODA COHEN Sarrznnrzlz, Ga. Inkwell staff '38g Geechee '38 "Rhodrzpie" J. MAX COOPER SIl.l'fL?17lfl1l, Ga. "Jake" .491 , 3 P , g A , A. . IP' A TX, -ali' C139 f.CGlEIE 'I IEIE epwmqo 5 llliillll ,E- Q n I 9 3 9 SUPHHMURES ARTIIUR H. CRANMAN Sri:-rznnah, Ga. Football '37, Captain '38g Basketball '37, '38, '39 iAlt. Captainl 3 Boxing' '37g Tennis team '37, '38, '39g Publica- tions Board '37, '38g Geechee '38g Class Oflicer, '37, '38, "McGill" MARX' SAVAGE CRISFIELD SIIIYUIIIIIII. Ga. Forei n Relations Council' g I Alpha Tau Betag Glee Clubg Citizenship Institute. "Cris" ROBERT O. DELOACII, JR. Glennvillc, Ga. Football '37, '38g Moron Club "K110bIzy" ELIZABETH MCEWEN DODD Srzwzmzfilz, Gu. Dean's Listg Geechee '38g Inkwell staifg Theater Board USHHHIZOTITIIQ of Everyman" "Theater of the Soul." iiDiI117i6", MYRTICE DRAUGIION S!ll'fl7l71!1lI, Ga. Homecoming Committeeg President Freshman Classy Vice President Sophomore Classy President Alpha Tau Beta. JOIIN LARSEN IJIIPONT Srlrrmrzfzlz, flu. Basketball '37, '38, '3Slg Tennis '37, '38, '39g Citizen- ship Instituteg Homecoming Committee. uljrilyv MARGART ELIZABETH DUTTON Srzmnmilz, Gu. Tennis team '38, '39g Basket- ball '39g Inkwellg Homecoming Committee. FRANCES ANITA EDWARDS SUIYIVIIIKIII, Ga. Theater Boardg "SI1mmoning of EI'crymfn1." DORIS FALK SIIFIIIIHIIII, Hn. Inkwellg Geechee staffg French Club '38g Glee Club Biological Surveyg Dean's Listg Art Club. "P14t:i" ANITA RIIAE FENNELL Samnrzrzlz, Gu. Art Clubg Theater Boardg Glee Clubg Business Manage Geecheeg Delta Chi Sorority Freshman Student Council '38. "Totsie" 6191 N' L6 CGilElECClHIEIE Q fx. Q-, E llnlll F, o+g,JU Ig, . 'll ,e . I 9 3 9 SUPHUMURES ANDREW A. FOUNTAIN Srzwzrumli, Ga. ".4nfIy', SARAH RHETTA Fox Sfzrmzvzalz, Ga. Adu ertising Manager Inkwell JOIIN C. GARDNER Srzrruzrzalz, Ga. MARY LOUISE GIBSON Srzvmzrzrllz, Gu. Alpha Tau Beta. "GiI2biv" XX ILLIAM ANTHONY GLASS, JR. A 8 .Bl'Il7l8ll'fClx', Ga. Footballg Moron Fraternity "Bill" HENRIETTA GOOGE S!lZ'fl717ZIlll, Ga. Theater Boardg "The Family Upstrzirs",' "Cl1f1Ilm'z1st"g HTIIGIUCV of the SouI"g Delta Chig Citizenship Instituteg Dean'S Listg French Club '38. WILLIAM C. GUEST Srzvannalz, Ga. Basketball '38, '39g Football '38 "Billy" ANNE GUILL Sfirnnnrzlz, Ga. Basketball '39g Tennis '38g Homecoming Committeeg Ink- wellg "Good News." I. B. HALL SIIZYIIIIIIIII, Gu. LUCY ELEANOR HARMS Srimrzzzfilz, Ga. Foreign Relations Councilg Alpha Tau Beta. C' 9726 CGIEIE in :Emi U f n C I 9 S 3 1 SUPHIIZUURES M AREE ELIZABETH HELMKEN Slll'flIlIlll,l, Hu. -klpha Tau Betag Chairman Sophomore Dance uSI'Ss!,1v E1 IYABI-ITII JEANETTE HEYMAN Surunmzlz, Gu. lJean's List GENEVA HODGES Sa vrnzmili, Ga. Iiikwellg Art Club. JAMES R. HODGES Sfwmzrzuh, Ga. ClmIl.'zIust"g Inkwell. SARAH EV.-XLENA HOLLIMAN Srwflrlizali, Gu. Home Economics Club. anEIxll'1r CLARISSA HUMPHREY Slll'llIllltlll, Gu. JoNATuAN LUCAS HYRNE Srwrmrzulz, Gu. Swimmingg Football T385 Rifle team. "Tom" SARA ELEANOR IRBY Suvarzizrzlz, Ga. Basketball team ,SQQ "Good Neu's"g Delta Chig Glee Clubg DG3.11lS List. CoR1NNA JEWELL New York, N. Y. Glee Clubg "Good N6'Il'S',' Art Club. 7 CAROLINE KAUFMANN S!lI.'flIl7lllll, Gu. Secretary Sophomore classg Alpha Tau Betag Inkwellg Geecheeg Theater Board. C' f CGIEIECCI IEE ZZ! lr +9 '00 .59 'B 6 i' '9 I 9 1 .,... Amt.-.- 3 9 5 A r 3 -J Lis... 4 . 55 A 1 P O 4... I ' QA . yan, it zvpet 5 'P . s J SIIPHUMDRES VEIIONICA ELLIOTT KLEEMAN S!ll'fllIllIlll, Ga. Basketball. HBHSH PIIYLLIS KRAVITCH Sfll'!lll7l!1ll, Ga. Inkwell '38g French Clubg Publication Board '38g Citizenship Instituteg Editor Geecheeg "Good News",- llean's List. HFL677 JEAN HOLLIS LAIRD S!ll'll7l71fl,ll, Ga. Alpha Tau Betag Geechee '38 ANDREW LAMAS Silllllllllllll, Gu, "Su nz moning of Everyman "fl Izr1y" AARON LEWIS LANG S11 vmzrzfzlz, Ga. Intramural footballg Glee Clubg "Sum1nor1ing of Everymrnzf' "Alfie" WILLIAM MACD. LLOYD Savannalz, Ga. Secretary Freshman Class '38g President Sophomore Classy Citizenship Instituteg Theater Boardg Geechee '38g "Sum'moning of EL't"Vl17HlL'7l,,,' "The Family Upstrzirsgn "Wandering Sclzolrznr from Parruliseng "Good News." llCll'iCli6'71,' JOHN N. MCLAUGIILIN Savmznalz, Ga. President third year classg Football '37, '38 fAlt. Capt.J 5 Basketball '37, '38, '39 fCapt. '38Jg Boxingg Swimmingg Citizenship Instituteg Class Officer '38g Homecoming Committeeg Geechee staffg Dean's List. "Jack Mac" CONSTANCE MACFEELEY Savannah, Ga. Citizenship Instituteg French Clubg Foreign Relations Councilg Dean's List. "Connie" MILDRED MALLORY Sfl,UII7lIllL1I, GU. Inkwell staffg Theater Board Delta Chig "Theater of the S01lInj French Club '38, JULIAN G. MICIIELS Savrznnuli, Ga. Cheer Leaderg Glee Club. "Mike" 221 I i . 1 . U A wha. " azz, GEIECCIH IE IE .Nm 006, 99 1. K' -. 2 M :muh n Il o 5 f" I 9 3 9 SOPHOMORES ROBERT E. L. MILLER Samrzmllz, Gu. Basketballg Boxingg Tennis '379 Manager football team '37. "Stinky" WILLIAM OLLIFF MILLER I7f"IIlh'l'0lx'k', Gu. Fencingg Intramural foot- ballg Theater Boardg "Sum mowing of Ez.'e1'yn1rzn" 44Cllllllx'l1llSf',f Glee Clubg Geechee '38g Foreign Re- lations Councilg French Clubg Inkwell staffg "Good News." NBNIUII CARYL AMELIA MORGAN Clyo, Gu. Basketball teamg French Club '38g Foreign Relations Council. slclyovy JAc:c MULLING Sllvurzrzfllz, Gu. ELIZABETH KRENSON MYERS Snvannalz, Ga. "Night Must Fal1",' "Chalk- r1ust",' "T11e1zter of the S01l1H,' "Good News." ugetsyv! EVELYN FRANCES NATHAN SIll'llIlIl!l1l, 1111. Inkwell '37, T383 Geechee staffg Tennis '38g Basket- ball '39. l4Sl's77 FENWICK T. NIClIOI.S. JR. Sllllllllllflll, Hu. Citizenship Instituteg llean' Listg "Good Nf'Il'.Y',Q Glee Clubg Geechee Staff. "Nick" Louis OTTO PFI-JIFFER, JR. S11 Fllllllflll, Url. Intramural footballg Glee Club. THOMAS M. PRICE, JR. Savannah, Ga. Glee Clubg Basketball team Inkwellg Bowtie Clubg "ColIir1svi1Ie" JAMES REED Suvfuznalz, Ga. Orchestrag Bowtie Clubg Homecoming Committee. "Jim-my" 43 ff' Q' S f .ag X n. P CA x x -. -al Q 'lf-'agua 8 QR tr 123i .7 T' fze, IEIECI IEIE JVNNIOD S, '25 VI 5 l l! F 5 1.. ,mu f" I, . I 9 3 9 41 Q- X, l,. 'il ii , Ai -9 ' vQa SUPHUMURES IwoRoTHY DEAN RHODES Stone' Mountairz, Ga. Alpha Tau Betag Home Economics Club. KlI,0t!1 MII.IJRIiIJ RICHARDSON S11 Fllllllllll, Gu. Alpha Tau Betag Homecom- ing Committee. "Millie" JOSEPH I. RICHMAN Surrnzizrzlz, Ga. Editor Inkwellg Basketball '38g Foreign Relations Councilg Citizenship Institute. "Scribe" ESTELLE Rousox Suzirznnalz, Gu. LiLL1Ax Rosrzxzwmo Szzrummlz, Gu. JULE CECILE ROSSITER Savrnzmllz, Gu. Basketball team '39g Tennis '39g Assistant Editor Geecheeg Inkwellg French Club '38g Citizenship Institute. "Julie" KATH1-:R1Ni: MARIE ROYALL Sfwrnzrzfzlz, Url. Inkwell staff. "Katie" SAUL RUBIN Slllfflllilllll, Ga. Intramural footballg Geecheeg Foreign Relations Councilg Ilean's List. LAURA SALLETTE Lzulozvici, Gu. CHARLES SEYLE S11 rarzzzulz, Ga. 9 .nqn 'ummm' all 1- 91 .4-in ,K I L C243 I fp 'F , 'Ay , . " fu, CGIEIE il IEIE .sumo I 9 3 9 SUPIIUZUUPRES HELEN SHARPLEY Srzvnmmlz, Gu. IJean's List. M,-XRY VIRGINIA SIMMONS SIIFIIIIIIIIII, Gu. 4-H Clubg Home Economics Club. JOHN ELY SIMPSON Slll'll7l7lllll, Ga. Foreign Relations Councilg Geecheeg Inkwellg Golfg Dean's List 3 Citizenship Institute. J. ALLAN SMITH SIIFIUIIZIIII, Ga. NELLIE ELIZABETH STEVENS Sfwmznrzlz, Ga. Delta Chig Home Economics Club. clLiz1l THOMAS STEVENS Sfrwzrzzzrllz, Hu. Captain Basketball teanig Manager Football team T185 Treasurer of Sophomore Classg Inkwell Staff "BHr'l."' OWEN STOUGIITON SIIFIIIIIIIIII, Hu. Football '37, T385 Swizniningg Basketball '38, 'ISSJ 1Alt. Capt.J ufDll'llIlI'!' I'1'r" ELISA NOR KATHERINE TIET.I PIN Sfll'flIll1ll1l, flu. Delta Chi Sorority. "T1'f'fy4'1"' FRANCES TREGONE Monroe, Hu. uyvrigu LESLIE TURNER Srzrrnzzzrilz, Ga. Delta Chig "Good IVe'1vs' ,- llean's List. Valedictorian "LFS" Ffa' V' Q: 3 - N ? , ' '41 ,--on we- - 'Z 4 me C253 E' IE IECCI IE IE +g,JUNlo4 A9 93 Q A-all 5 I 9 A' 3 9 SIDPHHMJPRES l ll0NELL TYRE - ' Suivzmzulz, Ga. Fw 1 Q f 1, , ' 1 v , Ggecllflls ffg1fnG?8, 37,13 OLIN JOHN WIMBERLY E, l C Q 'J ' ee u ' St. Simons Island, Ga. ,' 4 "llncl."' , , , 2 Foreign Relations Councilg V ,YQ I' 'JW' 79 W. anti? ww Y ip oi Q CHARLES M. XVALDROP, JR. Sfliviizrzfzli, Ga. Rasketballg Softball g Bowtie Club. "Collinsville" THOMAS FRANCIS NVALSII, Jn. Surumzrilz, Ga. Sports Editor Geecheeg Football ,383 Basketball l38, '39g Citizenship Institute. "Tommy" MARY ETHELDA XVEITMON Alamo, Ga. "Nancy" Dean's List. "Don Juan" JAMES V. WOODWARD Wayciross, Ga. Football '37, '383 Moron Club "B1wrl1eafl" AMELIA ALDRICH XYOOTTON Suvcmnalz, Ga. Alpha Tau Beta. 1263 fwfww X 4 KN T- ,"' tr FFA X17 ' 1fww Vu 5 X fee, IEIEKII IE IE JUNIQ, A. 0 mlb Fu - +0 4' a e-1 2 f "' F? I I 9 3 9 FRESHMEN e RUBERTSON CUNH BYINGTON IVEY FLASS 0FI-'IFERS SIEGVART ROBERTSON . . . President BETSY BYINGTON . . Vice Pfresident VVILLIAM CONE . Secrefafry FRANK IVEY . . Treasurer 1233 ,Za I IECCI IE IE Q 0 op '04 A A- 1: 2 llliili 5 5 f" "hu-M uns' l9 39 FRESHMEN' RUTH ALEXANDER . JUDSON ALLEN . FRANCES ANDERSON VIRGINIA ARDEN . JEWELL BACON ED BACGS . SAM H. BAILEY . . ELINOR STROBHART BAKER LEONARD LEE BENNETT BERNICE OLIVIA BERRY FRANCES BISCHOFF . HERBERT BLUMENTHAL ELEANOR BOYD . . . JAMES YATES BRUCE, JR. Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga . Willie, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga 4297 uno . 3. .ru - A, uw ' L CG IECCI IEIE FRESHZUEN CAROLINE HELEN BUMANN . BETSY BYINGTON JANE WINTER BYRD ARTHUR BYRNES . JOSEPH G. CHRISTIAN, JR RUTH CHRISTIANSEN A. J. COHEN, JR. . NANCY LOVETT COLE XVILLIAM CONE . ELLEN CORY . BETTY CRUMBLEY . HASSELTINE DAVIS . MURIEL DODD HELEN RICHE EDEL . . Savannah, Savannah, Savannah, Savannah, Savannah, Savannah, Savannah, Savannah, Savannah, Savannah, Savannah, Savannah, Savannah, Savannah, Ga. Ga. Ga. Gu. Ga. 4 Ga. Ga. Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga 130D V Dfw, Q-11 150 IE IE ,lisp do fo, B - 2 . - ' f ca S UI iii F. 5 r..f..mu f" . .- "4u.M uv" I9 39 FRESHNIEN DAVID R. ELMORE . ANN FARR . DOROTHY GAVIN FAWCETT LEON FORDHAM . HELEN FREEMAN L. POWELL GAHAGAN SAM GARDNER THOMAS GEORGE . FRANCES HOWARD GNANN PAULINE GOOOH . ROBERT LEON GORDON . HERBERT GRIFFIN XVILLIAM JOHN HALVORSEN MADELEINE HARMS . . . . Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Glennville, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga. C315 a I IECCI IE IE +9 '00 f 1 R ' 5 mil' E' 5 T' I 9 3 9 GORDON LAMAR HART . . JEAN HESSE . . 9 MARY HOLBROOK . 1 MONROE HUTTO . i .-1 'T KJ RICHARD S. IHLEY . MARTHA GAY IRBY . . FRANK MARTIN IVEY . . FRANCES E. JAMES . . JACK JAUDON . . GEORGE N. JAVO . . FRANCES LOUISE KING . . RUTH KLINGON . . ALEX THOMAS LANGSTON, JR. . JOSEPH HEATH LAUGHLIN, JR. . FRESHMEN Waycross, Ga Savannah, Ga Norfolk, Va North, S. C Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga 1329 Cla IEIE I IEIE e -W"'o Q A 5 i im 0+ X 96 L7 ' - 2 llli. F- f A F7 I 9 tn'-.u.e1"'J 3 9 FRESHZWEN WRIGHT LEE . . EDWIN S. LENNOX . FRANK VINCENT MANER . CECIL H. MASON, JR. . JOHN C. MCCAULEY . HOYT L. MCCLURE . ELIZABETH ANNE MCCREERY BEVERLY A. MCFARLAND . GILBERT MCGOWAN . . ROBERT CROTTY MCLAUGHLIN MARY OLIVIA MCPETERS . AGNES MEISNER . . . CHARLOTTE MOORE . JESSE MOORE . Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Atlanta, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga C339 " LC GIEIECCI IEIE e" 'v I 9 "w..... .... . 3 9 F R E S H M E N MARY VIRGINIA NEWRY . . Asheboro, N. C. BYRON NEWTON . . DAVID ODREZIN . . HORACE OPLINGER . . DOROTHY PARKER MARTA PERDOMO CARLTON POWELL MARIE ELIZABETH POWERS . . CAROLINE RABB . . JOHN RALSTON . . CATHERINE ANN RANITZ . . WILLIAM F. REAGAN . . MARION JENNINGS RICE . . AUGUSTUS I. RIEDEL . . Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga. SavaIInah, Ga. Savannah, Ga. Havana, Cuba Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga. I 34 I N' wa IEIECCI IEIE ,+G A 4 5 F 5 "5-.uf f.w"x' JUNIQ Q IS 'L 5 lim! I9 Q 39 FRESHMEN NATHAN A. ROANE. JR. . SIEGVART ROBERTSON . FLORENCE RUBIN BARNEY SADLER . CATHERINE SCHAFER . CAROL SCHWEIZER JANE SCOTT ..... EUNICE LUCILLE SEAWRIGHT . KATHRYN B. SMALLBONES ANNIE MAE SMITH . Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga Savannah, Ga. SavannalI, Ga JOSEPH CHAPMAN SMITH . . . Olive1',Ga MARGARET SMITH . . Homerville, Ga BETH SOLANA . . . Savannah, Ga SARAH FRANCES STREET . Savannah, Ga C35T Za QIWETECCI XEIE ,5" 'Q, -L I F 3 5 I 9 'S-. Av" 3 9 GERALDINE TILSON . . . FRANCES RABUN VANNERSON HOWELL WAIJKER . JULAINE VVALKER . JOSEPH AMBROSE VVHITTLE SARAH VVILKERSON . JACK WILLIAMS .... JOHN SAXTON VVOLFE, JR. ELISE ANN WORTSMAN . CLAUDE MARION VVILSON, JR. . FRESHDIEN Savannah Savannah Savannah Savannah Brunswick Sandersville Savannah Savannah Savannah Savannah 1363 ! 7 I K S 'T 7511 'Pac CG IEIECCI IEIE +'9mN'09 'P 'B T H E EIIITIIRIAL STAFF Editor .... PHYLLIS KRAVITCH Assistant Editor . . JULE ROSSITER ' X YLRAVYYLX 19 , YXWLLEJHQ1 Athletics Editor . THOMAS WALSH, JR. Assisfmzf . . . JOHN MCLAUGHLIN SV FENVVICK NICHOLS Pizofogrfzphvrs . RUTH CHRISTIANSEN FRANCES PRUITT AVILISIL . CAROLINE KAUFMANN Porft . . . DORIS FALK 'QV 'Singer ' -3' XYALSII ROSSITER MCLAUGIILIN FALK NICHOLS KAUFMANN 1538! V ZL CGIEIECCI IEUE K o-W"lo ,,+ 4 B fb' 'Za M ,. 2 IIIIHIH ,E I 9 s 9 GEECHEE IITSINESS ST.lFl" . ANITA FENNELI GERTRUDE BARBEE A. J. COHEN, JR. HELEN EDEL Bzlsinvss I1ICl12ll!1l'i' .-lx.wf'if1ff's EVELYN NATHAN SAUL RUBIN JOHN SIMPSON Farzzlfy Advisor . ROBERT MCLAUGHLIN ARTHUR GIGNILLIM' Mr An I N174 F' Aflg ' In X' , Ziff-M11 A .NQLL ffl 121, .747- RUB1N BARBER NATHAN SIMPSON McLAL'G11L1N EOEL COHEN 'WF 391 Cgorze, IEIECCI IEIE G +g,JUNl09 I? 'B "' I 'll 5 5 I. "' 4 ' 3 , I 9 3 9 INKWELL ff Jfpnz lfKll'lil.l. ii II... ,..,. .JIT 4 YY..'-:V.'l'T5'J 'ki' uf , W , Iuqhr-.qu-. ' f kipifnlntd JOSEPH RICIIMAN CECIL MASON Ef11'l'01'-ill-f'11ff'f Businesx Mnmzgvr S T .1 F F E't1itor-litt-cltfot ..... JOSEPH RICIIMAN Rypo,-,,,-S Mamzgzny Lrlztor IVIUREIIOUSE BUWYI-JR Associate Editor . ELISE XVORTSMAN VIRGINIA ARIIEN GILBERT MCGOWAN Rttsirwss Jllurmgor . . . CECIL MASON RUTII CIIRISTIANSEN CARLTON POWELL Atltwrtisirtg Mnrmgw' ..... SARAII FOX MARGARET IDUTTON TOMMY PRICE A rt Eflitor ..... CAROLINE KAUFMANN PAIILINE GOOCII KATHERINE ROYALL Sports Editors . TIIUMAS STEVENS, BILLY MILLER ANNIE GUILL JOIIN SIMPSON Efcltongv Etlitor ..... JLLE ROSSITI-IR GENEVA HOIIGES ANNIE MAE SMITH Coltmzni.st.A . . DORIS FALK, MILDREI2 MALLORX' JAMES HOIIGES SARAII XVILKERSON 1 ' X 3 fi A Q, Q G Q A 'Ubin' BUWYER KAVFMANN STEvENS FALR MALLORY SIMPSON ROSSITER MILLER I rI'TToN HOIIOES HOIIGES FOX PRICE ROYALL GUILL AROI-:N CIIRISTIANSEN POWELL XVILKERSON SMITII GOOCII XVURTSMAN muy N' IEIE il lEIE I 9 ,,., I f 3 9 covivcn. oiv Fonnusw RELATIIPNS if '4 :Lira-48 -440. ,.4iS', aan A .,,'., I ,n 3 n. we-Q' as 49 sz-R, CRIsFIELI: MILLER RICE BENNETT XVIMBERLY RI'BIN HARMS BOWYER RICIIMAN SIMPSON MoRGAN BAGGS POYVELL CoIIEN CUNE HALvoRsEN Gooch LEN Nox RIEIIEI. The Council on Foreign Relations was organized under the leadership of DeaII J. Thomas Askew and Dr. John P. Dyer. The Council endeavors to engender a spirit of tolerance and understanding of contemporary political, social, and economic trends through open discussion of cur- rent events. . 0 F F 1 d' E IR s QRISFIELD . . . P1'0.s1'df'nt W1fLLi,giq,lVI1LI.ER . Vice Prffsiflwzt . . . S0f?rc'fary I R X I Q Q I MEI!! IIERS J. TIIoMAs ASKEWX N it A. J'.2CoIIEN. JR. CARYL MORGAN DR. JoIIN P. DYER lVIARYiXCRISF1ELD CARLEToN POWELL Faculty PAULINE Godgu MARION RICE WILLIAMXIQQRTLYQRSEN AUGUSTUS RIEIIEL ED BAGGS LUCY HARIIIRNNI JoE RICIIMAN LEE BENNETT EDVVIN LENNox SAUL RIIRIN MoREIIoUsE BOVVYFIR GILBERT DICGOWAN JoIIN SIIvIPsoN XVILLIAM CONE XVILLIAM MILLER OLIN XVIMBI-IRLY 4413 V -ze, GlEIE 'I IEIE - croquufooo ,s 'AE F I 9 3 9 THE SAVANNAH The Savannah Playhouse enjoyed a very successful 1938-1939 season, presenting five hit shows. REACH Tha' Family Upstairs. presented October 27 and 28, was the first show of the season. In the next Playhouse presentation-Night Must Full, December 8 and 9- Stacy Keach portrayed the role of "Danny" in his first appearance in a Savannah production. Space stage technique was used in the third pre- sentation Chalk' Dust, February 16 and 17. iree one-ac ex Jerimen a s uc io ys were resen ec r 1 . cnc T1 t 1 tltl la tlMacl9'1l 10-Tlzc T1'uz'cIz'ny Scllolur from Paradisc, Hands Across thc Sca, and T11 1' T1lI'lllll'l' of fhc Soul. The final production was Good News-the nrst musical comedy to be presented by the Playhouse. 9 C429 JUNIQ 5 llnlll O "nmol .-A " ze, CGIEIE 'I IEIE I9 39 PLAYHIPUSE TIIEJTIIE IIUJIEII Iliwctm- - STACY KILACII Pwszklwzt - EMILY CLARIQI: Svvwturgf - XVRAY PIITTIIR SENIGIIK JIEJIIIER VIRGINIA RFMANN GENI-I RURRUIIGIIS BILL RYTIII-:worm REID CIIASTAIN RUTII CIIRISTIANSIQN A. J. CIIIIIIN. JR. ERN1-JSTINI: CIILI-2 MARY EYLIIR ANITA FIJNNI-LLL JAMES F. GLASS IJORINNII GLASS HENRIIJTTA GIIIIGI: CAROLINE KAI'I-'MANN MARX' KI-:ACII AIIELE KIJTCIILM WILLIAM LLIIYII MILIJRPIID MALLURY CIIARIAITTI: Munm-1 BETSY MYERS NAIRN RUSS JAMES SVLLIVAN Hl'GIi TAYLIIR GERALIIINE TILSIIN CLAUIII: WILSIIN ELISI5 XVORTSMAN H Thr' Family I71ISTLlIl.l'N Niglzf Musf Full J ' s Vlmllf Dust A S.. W ,,I-AME , A.: fem. v I . gm. Eff 11312-I III! '-,,...-- msn ' 4 IFS R' Eze, CGlElE I IEIE o-W"lo I-' F- ? " A I 9 .....,w,,s' 3 9 ALPIIA TAU BETA 'Q' 'TD' "7 ., 'I . . jr .1.' , A w x, M :: ' V Wy . 4 A BALL CRISFIELD SOLANA C. BUMANN FAWCETT BYINGTON HARMS DRAUGHON VVOOTTON HELMKEN SCOTT CRUMBLEY ARDEN DODD GIBSON V. BUMANN BLACKWELL KLINGON FARR PERDOMO GNANN LAIRD RHODES RICHARDSON KAUFMANN Alpha Tau Beta sorority was formed this year after the combining of Phi Delta Mu and Alpha Tau Beta sororities. The name of one sorority and the purpose of the other were retained. The social events Of the year were a Card party, a house party, a banquet, and a dance. The sponsors are Mrs. E. A. Lowe and Mrs. F. M. Hawes. 0 F F I f' E n s MYRTICE DRAUGHON ...... President BETSY BYINGTON . . Vice Presiclenf VIRGINIA BUMANN . . Secretary AMELIA WOOTTON ...... T'I'C'Cl8'Zl,Vl'l' M E Nl II E R S CAROLYN BALL BETTY CRUMBLEY JEAN LAIRD MARTliA BLACKWELL MYRTICE DRAUGHON DOROTHY RHODES CAROLINE BUMANN DOROTHY FAWCETT MILDRED RICHARDSON VIRGINIA BUMANN LOUISE GIBSON JANE SCOTT BETSY BYINGTON LUCY HARMS BETH SOLANA MARY CRISFIELD MAREE I-IELMKEN AMELIA VVOOTTON JAYNE CROSBY CAROLINE KAUFMANN P I. E II li E S VIRGINIA ARDEN FRANCES GNANN MURIEII DODD MAMIE D. GUEST ANNE FARR RUTH KLINGON MARTA PERDOMO 1445 S13 E Q T rn ITI Ii L C 5 vc 9:1199 315' 0+ A 00 I Q lllfallt ' 3 9 . I 9 DELTA CHI 3 X 2 d 4 Alf: G 2 A -13 -35 :A 3' A -, I , - D . 9 an an 5' , ' z C X -. 'sf 1 if 1 -PJ' 4' 9 5 4' 7 il ' snr" 'f .-3 15 IRBY TURNER MCPETERS JAMES TILSoN MCFARLAND STEVENS BAINBRIDGE GOOGE MALLoRY ANIJERSIIN SMALLBONES BURKE BARNES BLAND BoYUE DAVIS CLARK TIETJEN FENNELL Delta Chi was organized in 1937 under the direction of Mrs. Fred Lulos of the faculty. Its aim is to encourage friendship among members of the sorority and among the students of Armstrong. The co-sponsors of the soro1'ityiaare Mrs. Stacy Keach and Mrs. John McNeill. The social events of the year consisted of a steak supper, a tea dance, two informal dances andfa ballquet, I R '0i"flfIl'lQR iSl C ELEANoR'IRBY . . . . if . . Prvsiflvnf ELIZABETH STEVENS . . . Vice President LESLIE TURNER . . Secr'cfcL1'y-Trcaszlrar JI E M B E IR S BETTY BAINRRIIIGE HENRIETTA G LAURENE BARNES MARGUERITE BURKE ANITA FENNELL FRANCES ANDERSON LILLIE MAE BLANIJ MARY BoYcE , ooGE ELEANOR IRBY FRANCES JAMES IWILDRED MALLORY PLEDGES NELL CLARK HASSELTINE DAVIS BEVERLY MCFARLAND ELIZABETH STEVENS GERALDINE TILsoN LESLIE TURNER MARY MCPETERS KATIIRYN SMALLBONES ELEANOR TIETJEN C453 V fic CGIEIECCI IEE ,,.Ium Q A. 9, 9+ 0+ A . 0, , r 'i f" E E' I 9 3 9 IIIINIE ECUNUMICS CLUB 495 I' Q G 'dr .,.y 'qi N wiv' he -nv-1,9 , -A S49 Q7-7 Q 145 'K 'dy -'nik ...wr s HOLLIMAN RIIIIIIES MCCREERX' STEVENS SIMMONS SCOTT KING HARMS VAN NERSON SCII VVEIZER SEAWRIGIIT MEISNER CORY RABB Born The program of the Home Economics Club for this year has been to study Professions Open to Women and to encourage Hobbies. The Club took part in many social activities during the year and had charge of two receptions given for the faculty and student body. Agnes Meisner was chosen to represent the club at the state Home Economics convention. 0l"l"ll'ElIS ELIZABETH NICCREERY . . . . Pl'l1Sl'd0lIf MARY SIMMONS . . Secretary ELLEN CORY . . ' Trcaisuircr AGNES MEISNER .... . Reporter JIEJIBEIIS ELI:ANoR Born ELLEN CoRY Miss FRANCES ENNIS, MAIIELEINE HARMS EVALENA HOLLIMAN FRANCES KING AGNES IWEISNER ELIZABETH MCCREERX' .lflrisor CAROLINE RABB DoRoTIIY RIIGIIES CAROL SCIIWEIZER JANE SCOTT EUNICE SEAWRIGIIT MARY SIMMONS ELIZABETH STEVENS FRANCES VANNERSON C 46 V X GQEREQ IEIE ,,.wm Q fx, 0 0+ 90 5 Twin ?' 2 'RW 5 1' ill!!-5 9' B9 +-f 39 UUTSTANDING SIPPHUDIURES ARTHUR 'wh vw BTAREIC HEIA1 Ii EN CRANMAN CAROLINE KAUFMAN N RIYHTICIC IFRAVGIION 11.451 L L0 YD .TACK DICI,Al'GIII,IN LESLIE TVRNI-IR 647, X 7 s gi K f an 4 . 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The program included a full schedule of social and athletic events-a dress parade by the Benedictine cadets, a tea dance, a pep meeting and bonfire, a street parade, football game, Armstrong vs Belmont Abbey, a reception, and finally the Homecoming Dance. 'XV Q, AN,Vi . -N Q, N QE A-f Q . X - , , Q-, : 185W ' 4 1? -,W-nw N A " . 'il 5 fu my 'ff' Un' -, 3, ' 1 X V H ' fi W. ' vi Wim'-in W 1-Fnuwlfnarnl Ilunvz' 2-Frvslznzun CPHVFH J Radio IVIl'0fjI'flHl 4-Tm Iifrnm' 5-Oflwsin llllll his rio 6-.-llplm Trlzf Hwffl llfzncf' 7TfJl'C'lIl'NfV!1 1 ? . , W 11 - :' 1' N: ,535 :fag V , Q , W ' .1 pr' ., .fs ' , .11 . W , "' ,- 'o qu 1 I'r1'flc of tiff' Clfwnzistry flqff. 2-Ditto of the Biology dap't Irluzl Fl't'S1llllllll Boy -1-Honzf'-grolwz Prorlucts 5-Irlcrzl Freslzmmz Girl 0 Tin Pon Alllvy 7-I"ozuzf11z'n of Youth 8-Tlzirzlffr1st,Frog 1- 9 A.. 'J 4- .J- Y -sf x XY +. 8 QW Nfl-UII? PLEASE come' 0141 I'I.f11lf., Anil so I .will to him, I .wifi - 110 not disturb flernzrlny rlirl NUT stuff flu' U'orIfl Hvfll' , 1 'Iii' f,1f ' n HEI 3 Lg A ' ' X A .6 , All - Q in . ML ',i""f'A l. ' - 'T'f5f :f ' 3 63-If nzusf lu 510011 7-floogf unrl .Urlllory sin!! flu' slum' 8-Hrzlzwrxwn shows lmzl' it'x fiom! DZSI-ffillfl if ml!-luf1l'u'n r'fr1ssrx i If Faculty culrising 7 VVQ z4'on't he home until mornin' 8 -:1V77LStVOIlg,S No. 1 glamour gal 9 -Down in the Dumpfsj 10 -After final efurns 11 -Lunclz al FRESHCO The simple life Stag line A Soutlzern Grfntlvnzmz of the olrl school -Jerry takes fl drink Two-to-one C2 to lj l 2, ff,,. x -L N21 ffl? X l ff ,X-7 5-5 6 3:11. ,f-"fl X aff V fic GIE IECCI IE IE eegpiuufob 1' 3 Q In I ll 5. f ' ' ri' n 9 3 9 CUACIIING STAFF IVEY M. HCHICKH Ivey M. "Chick" Shiver, head coach of record as an athlete. He starred in football Smvaa, JR. Armstrong' athletics, has a distinguished and baseball at Georgia where he was elected football captain in 1927 and was selected as All-American. After graduaton, "Chick" played professional baseball, including' several seasons in the Major Leagues. He coached football at his Alma Mater, and from there came to Armstrong. In his three years as coach of the "Geechees" he has won recognition as one of the best coaches throughout the state. Under his guidance Armstrong' teams have annexed four state titles, three in tennis, and the basketball championship in 1938. Gsoaoa VAN Gnzssx George Van Giesen, assistant foot ball coach, was a brilliant end at Georgia, and a team mate of "Chick's." He has rendered invaluable service toward de veloping the line play of the "Geechees.' 3 C HARRY Suomi Harry Shore, well-known local athlete and former star center and captain of the Clemson football team, is an im- portant member of the coaching staff. Harry specialized in coaching' defensive play. C551 ' CGIENE 'I IEIE +9Jun1o0 S' A Q, 3 r S lllfjilh F- 1 F7 I 9 3 9 CAPTAINS x, Q9 197, v P-Q' 'Q 'z 1 .S' uit. E X M ARY MC PETERS I , EVELYN NATHAN JOHN DUPONT 1575 Aa co IE mEcClH IE IE +"JuN'94v O E. - A 5 2 I 9 ""1-,af-"ev 3 9 FIPUTBALL :Qi k- C'OllC'll SIIIVER, BRADY, SCOTT, BROWN, DAVIS, CHANDLER, HART, Ass't. Coach VAN GIESEN CLIMMINGS, IHLEY, PINCKNEY, IJELOACH, GEORGE, J. MCLAUGHLIN 1.4 lt. Capt.J SAFFOLD, STOUGHTON, YVOODWARD, POPPELL, GLASS, WALSH, K. BRADY GORDON, PATTERSON, BLAIR, R. MCLAUGHLIN, SUSSMAN, GUEST lCapt. CRANMAN not in picturej Armstrong's Gccclzces, in their second season of intercollegiate foot- ball, had a colorful, hard lighting team. Although they were handicapped by many injuries, the Armstrong boys gave a good account of themselves in every game. Kenneth Brady, guard, was selected to be on the first team of the Georgia Junior College All-Tournament squad. The Gceclzccs played a tough schedule, including such powerful teams as the Georgia Tech "B" Team, Belmont Abbey, Gordon Military College, and the Florida "B" Team. The 1938 record is as follows: A. J. C. 2 Georgia Tech "B" Team 6 A. J. C. 0 South Georgia College 6 A. J. C. 13 South Georgia Teachers 7 A. J. C. 0 Middle Georgia College 20 A. J. C. 13 Gordon Military College 27 A. J. C. 6 Georgia Military College 13 A. J. C. 0 Belmont Abbey 19 A. J. C. 0 Florida "B" Team 12 1583 " f CGIEIECCII-I IE IE ze, S'+b of2, I 9 3 9 IN AFTIIIN f- f'?3""-3f!"!l' K '. VF' N-, s 1-. 1. - C599 X' ze. CGlElECCl IEIE 1 e"6 '- 1,3 O i 9 .""'-u.sl"". 3 9 BASKETBALL Goanox, II. MCL:XlTGllI.IN, STHVPJNS fCnpt.J, LONGWATER, PRICE, Moons, WA1.oRoP 1VALSH,fHTST,STUUGHTON lAlL Cuphj,IJUPoNT,JL.McLAUGnLnL CRANMAN.1iumY With the nucleus of the 1938 championship squad, Armstrong won fourth place in the State Junior College Basketball Tournament at Douglas, Georgia, where sixteen teams competed. The Clwclzccs had a fairly successful season, particularly on their home court, where they won seven of their ten home games. The tournament squad consisted of Stoughton, J. McLaughlin, Stevens, Cranman, Kiley, B. McLaughlin, DuPont, Guest, Walsh, and Gordon. Manager was Joe Davis. KILEY Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong Captain "Buck" Stevens, for the second con- secutive year, was chosen to be on the All-Tour- nament Team, and was named the outstanding player of the tournament. Melvin Kiley was recognized for his exceptional playing by being selected All-Tournament Guard. Armstrong's tournament record is as follows: North Ga. College Brewton Parker Abraham Baldwin Norman Park 19 17 9 Q0 0 0 00 STOUGHTON C607 V ia CC-1ilElECCl IEIE JUNIQ Q IX Q, E l Illini F1 ,+V 0 6 f 1 9 3 9 BASKETBALL Powrzns, BACON. KLEEMAN, NATHAN. RANITZ. HAnsr:1,L, G. Imax' l7l,'TTON. Moom-1, SCHAFER, BAINBRIDGE, HEYMAN, GUILI., E. IRBY BLANU, Ross1Tr:R, MORGAN. MCPETPIRS 1Capt.b, Davis. MCI",-xamxn Interest was renewed in girls' basketball at Armstrong, and a team was formed which acquitted itself well. The "Gc1'clzvfff's" played local teams in addition to their conference foes. The girls played in the Georgia Junior College Conference. Miss Hasseltine Davis, who played at a guard position on the "Gcccl1ettcs," made the first team of the All- Conference Squad. ,.b.i'...-1 Davis 6617 ffcffil I CCI IEIE I9 ..,.. 3 9 TENNIS wtf, OPLINGER I1rPoNT Mfxsox CRANMAN TYRE fMooRE not in picturey Armstrong's net squad successfully defended their State Title this year at Cochran, Ga. This makes the third consecutive year that the Shiver- men have won the State Championship. The tournament this year was invitational and only three teams com- peted. North Georgia College represented the northern section of the State, while Armstrong and South Georgia College were the best in the southern section. During the season Armstrong won 6 and lost 1 match. They were beaten by South Georgia College, but wiped out the defeat in a return match. This year's team is composed of three veterans from last year, DuPont tCapt.J, Cranman, Tyre, and three capable new comers, Moore, Mason, and Oplinger. The tournament record of the Gccchccs is as follows: Armstrong 4 North Ga. College 1 Armstrong 4 South Ga. College 1 1621 C756 E IECCI IE IE 0 JUNIQQ 3 Ai 'Za 'E-4 . f I 9 3 9 R I F L E CHRISTIAN XVALKER Rami ROBERTSON N1c11oLs HYRNE Bfwsiiwoon tCupt. rim! CWM-Iii Armstrong's rifle team, coached and captained by Chester Brush- wood, a marksman who has gained national recognition, won 6 of their 8 matches. Both the teams to whom they lost, Parris Island by 13 points, and Fort Screven by 8 points, are teams made up of nationally known riflemen, and are holders of present world records. The Armstrong boys' rifle team ranks in the lst division of the Rifle Team entered in the National Rifle Association in the United States. The first division consists of ten teams. Until this year only two of the Gccclzcc ritlemen have had much ex- perience in this sport. i639 ia CGlEIE in IEIE o+"J "'4'o 5 f 2 E- 5 Wil' 5 5 f" I 9 J"4-...,. u"'l' 3 9 FENCING Bowrsa Coxu LI-Jxxox COHEN Armstrong's first intercollegiate fencing team composed of More- house Bowyer, VVilliam Cone, Edwin Lennox, and A. J. Cohen, Jr., clashed blades with three opponents. The Geeclzec foilmen defeated the Emory Junior College team, but were out maneuvered by the expert fencers of the Glenn Memorial team of Emory University and the Georgia Tech "B" squad. Both defeats suffered by Armstrong were by one point only. Three members of this year's team are expected to return next year and form the basis of a 1940 squad. The match scores are as follows: Armstrong 4 Emory Junior College 1 Armstrong 3 Glenn Memorial 4 Armstrong 4 Georgia Tech "B" team 5 f 611 I 272k QCHEMEQ1 IE IE - JUN II '- H 5. 2 T 'T 2 I 9 'q""u,Gl"e' ll AIVCI Y I' .1nv.1,vl'En fl .rd-6 --' ,- T . 1 'vi"140 - KRAVITCII Fox W1LEERso1x FENNELI. THOMSON illirffctorl BOYD TEITJEN STEVENS RULLISON VANNERSON I" IR E S ll .U A N I' L A S S Kxxc M. SMITH SEAWRIGHT NEWBY PERFECT C. SMITH HULLIMAN SCl1wE1ZER NIUSI-ILY RUBIN BAKER HARMS MCCREPIRH' Emv.A.R1vs q455p " Le, CGIENEGQI IEIE o+"'wN'o0 3 '23, Vl llrlfilll F. 2 R' 2 I 9 3 9 IIVTRADIUIIAL TENNIS -Q 4-br +++ , l TT' 33-3 ' XY.-XLKER Ross1T14:R IWTTQN CIIRISTIANSEN NATHAN IK I F I. E BUYCI-I W4mTTfmx FARR RoY.A.LL HELMKEN RICHARDSON STREET BERRY llRAl'G1mx ARANIDA V. BUMANN BYRID XVEITMON BURKE 4661 6721, CGIEIE 'I IEIE q+6JU Nlg9 ,S Ar, '23, S llliiilu F- e 3 I 9 3 9 ENTRAIUUISAL S0l"Tll.lI.l. -Lug:-1. 'HI ..'1.Y Tf dw, IWCCLURE, IIILEY, WUIJDWARII, R. 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