Asheville School - Blue and White Yearbook (Asheville, NC)
- Class of 1940
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f fif ' ' t p Thr i VOLUME THIRTY-ONE A$H[VILL[ SCHOOL HHEmiE, HRTH CAROLINA Jf OL Clan of 1940 dedicate A tltii uoiuine of tne 8Le and WliiU to JOSEPH B. mmwsi in recocjnition ot liis iintinna A in tlic interest ot _vvj It e ui lie J cli ool eij-oH OOHD OF TUUEES JUNIUS G. ADAMS Asheville, North C arolina EDMUND F. BALL, Class of ' 23 Muncie, Indiana HENRY SCRIPPS BOOTH, Class of ' 18 Bloomfield Hills, Michigan PHILIP L. BOYD, Class of ' 17 Palm Springs, California PHILIP R, CLARKE Hinsdale, Illinois BURNHAM S. COLBURN, SR Biltmore Forest, North Carolina JOHN M. CRAWFORD Parkersburg, West Virginia DAVID R. FALL Asheville School, North Carolina HARVEY S. FIRESTONE, JR., Class of ' 16 Akron, Ohio CHARLES B. GOODSPEED, Class of ' 04 Chicago, Illinois RALPH W. GWINN Bronxville, New York HENRY HART, Class of ' 11 Birmingham, Michigan REUBEN A. HOLDEN, JR., Class of ' 07 Cincinnati, Ohio ALFRED G. KAY Chester, New Jersey RALPH PERKINS, Class of ' 05 Cleveland, Ohio REUBEN B. ROBERTSON Asheville, North Carolina W, STARLING S. RODGERS, JR., Class of ' 04 New York, New York HUGH R. SHARPE, JR., Class of ' 29 Wilmington, Delaware ARNOLD G. STIFEL, Class of ' 11 St. Louis, Missouri eOHD or IHUUEES EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE BOARD JUNIUS G. ADAMS, Chairman, PHILIP R. CLARKE, BURNHAM S. COLBURN, DAVID R. FALL, REUBEN B. ROBERTSON OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION PHILIP R. CLARKE President BURNHAM S. COLBURN Vice-President HERMAN BCLEENE Secretary-Treasurer SCHOOL OFFICLOS ARTHUR CHASE AMBLER, A. B., M. D School Physician MRS. GEORGE JACKSON Housemother MRS. A. A. COFFEY, R. N Resident Nurse MRS. I. C. HANNA, R. N Housekeeper MRS. W. A. COPENHAVER Assistant Registrar MRS. B. H. ARBOGAST Editor of the " Views " MISS HANNAH MOORE Secretary to the Headmaster MISS MABEL CONN Assistant to the Business Manager MISS CAROLINE ROBINSON Secretary in the Business Office MISS BETTY SHUFORD Secretary R. R. HILTON Superintendent of Buildings THOMAS BELL Superintendent of Grounds " T if »ii)iintains are soaring With iipivarj lank iDiiaiHii!: f lCULIY HEADMASTER 2)a.ij e. %fl Jl. E. Williams CoUegs z ' . l UJL Dm It. Coach oi Cre:c COPENHAVER, A.B. Registrar. Modrrn Lan guages (Hrad oi Depart- ment) Hampden-Sydney College B.S., B.D. Director Mathematics Department) California Institute of Tech- n and Lee Uni- nology: Union Theological versity Seminary FRANKLIN BUTLER, A.B. English Middlebury College LEE E. BUTTERFIELD. A.l French Hillsdale College ELLIOTT G. COLEMAN. A.B. English (Head ol Department) Wheaton College CHARLES S. B. EVANS, A.B. Latin and Mathematics Yale University GRADY C. FRANK, A.B., A.M. Gfrnuui Duke University: St. John ' s College, Oxford University ' i ,l . n, GhLN HE£uY, jh., A.b. WOOLSEY W. HUNT, JR. Biulogy, Mathematics, Postmaster Social Science University of North Yale University Carolina WILLIAM G. HUTCHINS, A.B. English Yale University HENRY L. JANEWAY, A.B. Latin (Head of department) fc in - HERMAN KLEENE, L.L.B. Business Manager University of Michigan PAUL W. KOCH, A.B., M.A. Music (Head oi Department) Carnegie Institute of Tech- nology; University of Pitts- burgh; Leipzig Conserva- tory of Music BENJAMIN B. LEAVITT, A.B.. Ph.D. Science (Head o Department) Dartmouth College, Har- vard University WILLIAM F. LEWIS, A.B. History (Head 01 Department) University of North Caro- lina WILBERT D. PECK, A.B. Mathematics (Head of Department) Lebanon Valley College; University of Pennsylvania J. B. WONSETLER, A.B., B.S., M.S. Assistant to the JOHN D. EVERSMAN, D. Mus. Music ELIZABETH M. PECK, B.F.A. Art. Librarian LEON M. YORK Steward Headmaster rami University; Univer- sity of Illinois Cincinnati Conservatory of Music University of Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts mm -ifT ' A-iLy ' w jewr m - v,V T vm m er,- — ff - cuss DU ACTIUTI[S Thursday, June 13th, 1940. Salutation JOHN MORGAN HOLDEN Class Oration JAMES SHERRILL ANDERSON Ivy Oration TALTON HIGBEE EMBRY, JR. Class Poet NORMAN BEECHER CLASS POEM Noic turn zve who have lived as one. Whose hour together here at last is done, And i aze a -zchile in melancholy thought At symbols on the page of memory icrought. That tell of friends we leave yet hold so dear, And muse ho:c long remain the zcntings clear. Existence here is rooted deep in peace; The major chords of life have yet no cease. But past the threshold that zve now tread r er The tune is harsh and shrills of hate and zcar And men struck dozen by other men in fear. (The cries of them that fall sound ever near.) Yet it zee steadfast face the life ahead .hid learn, ourselves, to think and not be led, To plan and hope and. if our plans be vain. To build anezv and count experience gain. To turn from gaudy jezv ' lrx of the day .hid strive tozcard truth, though up a harder zvay. Then is the tune of life, though fierce and strong, (ihanged to a battle hymn, a zcarrior ' s song, .hid marching on from strife to strife zve go Reaping the harvest of the strength zve sozv. Till others, generations later, say, " Those men gave light in darkness of their dav. " LAW LAMAR AGER " Aggie " " Glamar " 1100 South 31st Street, Birmingham, Ala. Entered Fourth Form Class Secretary-Treasurer, Winter Term, ' 40; 3-ud r.- " -fjreiar , ' 40: Kit Kat, ' 39. •43; rLVI _ ' " E Board, ' 40, Sports Editor. - - ' -i ' 39, ' 40; Business Man- ;;u-cil, ' 40, Secretary, ' 40; .;-:.. :- -Co.. ' 39: V inner, Best Ath- lete Cup, 3S; Winner, Fall Ts- .; ; ::v:::_f r.t, ' 40; ' Varsity Football Team, Iz :; -11 Isp- tain, ' 40; Varsity Basketball Squad, 38; Varsity Soccer Team. ' 39. ' 40: Varsity Track Squad, ' 38, ' 39, Tea.- ' r " --is Team, ' 39, ' 40: Varsity Blue a.n: ..: 7::-;iil, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Inter- medto " ? 3._- f,.-:; ' . . ' : ' e B5S;: " : = ' ' •- T 9: Varsiv H.u =:.! ■. :- Eis.: -i., -e Soccer, ' 39, ' 40; Viis: r .- . ..:5 Base- ball, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40: T ::: I- ' r r.e Crew. ' 39; Doubles - 7 nite Ten- nis, ' 38, ' 39, 4: ..o, ' 40. Entered frc 3.= ■- - -;u. ' ::air. .-!: h School. To enter Da:. : ;. FREDERICK LEWIS ALLEN, JR. " Bud " " Bobse-y Twin " 3290 Hardisty Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio Entered Sixth Form Sixth Form Dance Committee, ' 40; Varsity Crew, ' 40; Varsity Blue and WTiite Crew. ' 40. Entered from Hill School To enter .Yale. JAMES SHERRILL ANDERSON " Jim " 620 Chappell Court, Mayfield, Ky. Entered Fiith Form Class Vice-President, Fall Term, ' 40; Student Council, First Semester, ' 40; Kit Kat. ' 40; Mit- chell Cabinet, ' 39, ' 40, Vice-President. ' 40; English Club, ' 40, Secretary-Treasurer, ' 40; REVIEW, ' 40; Exchange Editor, ' 40; ASH- NOCA, ' 39, ' 40, Assistant Managing Editor, ' 40; Choir, ' 39, ' 40; Estill Prize, ' 39; Jr. Football, ' 39; Tennis. ' 39, ' 40; Cheerleader. ' 40. Entered from Mayfield High School- To enter Harvard. NORMAN BEECHER " Norman " 6 Lone Pine Road, Biltmore Forest, N. C. Entered Fourth Form Kit Kat, ' 39, ' 40; English Club, ' 39. ' 40; Photo- graphic Society, ' 39, ' 40, Secretary, ' 40; RE- VIEW, ' 39, ' 40, Literary Editor, ' 40; ASHNOCA, ' 39, ' 40, Managing Editor, ' 40; Choir, ' 40; Band, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Blue and White Debate, ' 39, ' 40, Second Best Speaker, ' 39; Music Award, ' 39; Jr. Basketball. ' 38; Tennis Squad, ' 39; Varsity Track Squad, ' 38, ' 40; Jr. Blue and White Basketball. ' 38; Jr. Blue and White Track, ' 38; " Whistling in the Dark " . Entered from Clearwater High School. To enter M. I. T. JOHN BERNARD BREYMANN, III " Doctor Bubbles " " Jack " Pass-a-Grille Beach, Fla. Entered Sixth Form Varsity Football Squad, ' 40; Varsity Soccer Squad, ' 40; Golf, ' 40: Varsity Blue and ' Mhite Football, ' 40. Entered from 3 . rsburg Junior College. To enter Y gB rf J y _ •V y- JAMES GALE BRIGGS " Jim " 148 Bums Ave., Wyoming, Ohio Entered Sixth Form Varsity Basketball Team, ' 40; Varsity Base- ball Team, ' 40; Varsity Blue and White Bas- ketball, ' 40; Varsity Blue and ' WTiite Baseball. Entered from Wyoming High School. To enter Dartmouth. • 9 wt JOSEPH EPPS BROWN, III " Joe E " Southwest Harbor, Maine Entend Third Form Class Vice-President, Winter Term, ' 39; Stu- dent Council, First Semester, ' 40; Kit Kat, ' 40; Mitchell Ca binet, ' 39, ' 40, President, ' 40; Choir, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Athletic Council, ' 39, ' 40; Alternate Blue and ' White Debate, ' 40; Jr. Football, ' 37, ' 38; Varsity Soccer Squad, ' 37, Team, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40, Captain, ' 40; Varsity Track Squad, ' 37, Team, ' 38, ' 40, Captain, ' 39; Jr. Blue and White Football, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Var- sity Blue and White Soccer, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Blue and White Track, ' 37, ' 38, ' 40. Entered from Aiken Preparatory School. To enter Bowdoin. 41 LUTCHER SLADE BROWN " Sladelia " Orange, Texas Entfrrd fmirth Form REVIEW, ' 40; ASHNOCA, ' 39, ' 40; Choir, ' 39, ' 40; Double Quartet, ' 39; Blue and White Debate, ' 40; Jr. Football, ' 38; Jr. Soccer, ' 38; Varsity Soccer Team, ' 40; Track Squad, ' 39; Tennis Squad, ' 38, ' 40; " Bachelor Born " . Entered from Orange High School. EDWARD FARRINGTON CARPENTER " Ed " " Sheepherder " Hayden, Colorado Entered Fourth Form Mitchell Cabinet, ' 39. ■40; REVIEW, ' 39, ' 40, Circulation Manager, ' 40; Choir, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Band, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40, President, ' 40; Jr. Football, ' 38, ' 39; Jr. Basketball, ' 38; Intermediate Bas- ketball, ' 39; Crew. ' 38; Tennis Squad, ' 39, ' 40; jr. Blue and White Football, ' 38, ' 39; Jr. Blue and White Basketball, ' 38, ' 39. Entered from Hayden Union High School. To enter Stanford. ROBERT HOPE CRAWFORD, JR. " Bobbie " " Crawfie " Rutherfordton, N. C. Entered Second Form Class Secretary-Treasurer, Fall Term, ' 39, ' 40; Student Council, Second Semester, ' 40; Kit-Kat, •39, ' 40, Secretary, ' 40; Mitchell Cabinet, ' 39, ■40; English Club, ' 40; REVIEW, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40, Exchange Editor, ' 39, Managing Editor, ' 40; ASHNOCA, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40, Exchange Editor, ' 39, Assignment Editor, ' 40; Choir, ' 36; Fifth Form Dance Committee, ' 39; Jr. Soccer, ' 36, ' 37; Tennis Squad, ' 36, ' 37, Team, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; " I Want a Policeman " . Entered from Rutherford Elementary School. To enter University of North Carolina. JEFFREY AMHERST CUDDY, JR. ■■Jeff " " Jack " 22699 Calverton Road, Shaker Heights, Cleveland, Ohio. Entered Second Form Glee Club, ' 36, -37; Art Prize, ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ■39, ' 40; First Prize, Modern Art Show, ' 38; Theater Murals, ' 38, ' 39; Golf Cup, ' 38; Jr. Soccer, ' 36; Varsity Soccer Squad, ' 37, Team, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Goli Team, ' 37; Track Squad, ' 36, ' 38, ' 39; Jr. Blue and White Soccer, ' 36; Blue and White Golf, ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Varsity Blue and White Track, ' 38. Entered irom University School. To enter Cleveland School of Art. X - 1 9 WALTER ATKINSON DAMTOFT " Deadwood ' ■ ' Walt ' 57 Edgemont Road, Asheville, N. C. Entered Second Form REVIEW, ' 39. ' 40. Month Editor. ' 40; ASH- NOCA, ' 36, ' 37, ' 39, ' 40, Assistant Circulation Manager, ' 36, ' 37, Assistant Columnist, ' 40; Tech Society, ' 36, ' 37; Fifth Form Dance Com- mittee, ' 38, President, ' 39; Sixth Form Dance Committee, ' 40, President, ' 40; Jr. Football, ' 37; Varsity Football Squad. ' 38, Team, ' 39, ' 40; Jr. Basketball, ' 36, ' 37; Intermediate Basketball, ' 38; Jr. Baseball, ' 36; Track Squad, ' 37, ' 38; Jr. Blue and White Baseball, ' 36; Varsity Blue and White Football, ' 39, ' 40; Intermediate Blue and White Basketball, ' 38; Jr. Blue and White Track, ' 37, ' 38; Varsity Blue and White Track, ' 39; Blue and White Crew, ' 37, ' 38, Varsity, ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Crew, ' 39, ' 40: Junior Blue and White Football, ' 37, ' 38; Winning Boat, Found- ers ' Day Crew Races, ' 40; " Leave It to Psmith " ; " Libel " ; " Bachelor Born " . Entered from Vance Elementary School. To enter Yale. I 1 n JOHN CHAPPELL DENISON " Jack " 1030 Grove Street, Evanston, 111. Entered Sixth Form Varsity Soccer. Team, ' A " ); Tennis. ' 40; Want a PoUcsman " ; " Ba-halor Eom " . Entered from Western Rcs3rve Academy. To enter Princeton. " I TALTON HIGBEE EMBRY, Jr. " Tally " " Handsome " 3129 Victoria Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio Entered Fourth Form Class Vice-President. Fall Term. ' 39, Spring Term, ' 40; Class President. Spring Term, ' 39, Fall Term, ' 40; Student Council, Vice-President, ' 39, ' 40; Kit Kal, ' 39, ' 40; Photographic Society, ' 38, ' 39; REVIEW, ' 39, ' 40, Photographic Editor, ' 40; Fifth Form Dance Committee, ' 38, ' 39; Sixth Form Dance Committee, ' 40; Athletic . Council, ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Football Team, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40, Captain, ' 39; Varsity Track Team, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40, Captain, ' 40; Instructor, Gym Class, ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Blue and White Football, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Intermediate Blue and Wnite Basket- ball, ' 38; Varsity Blue and White Track, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; " High Tor " ; " I V ani a Policeman " ; " Bachelor Bom " ; Drtmatic Society, ' 40. Entered from " (snrow High School. To enter Yale y WILLIAM JOSEPH FERNANDEZ " Bill " " Wampum " 216 Magnolia Ave., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Entered Si. th Form Varsity Football Squad, ' 40; Varsity Basket- ball Team, ' 40; Varsity Baseball Squad, ' 40; Varsity Blue and White Football, ' 40,- Varsity Blue and White Basketball, ' 40. Entered from Mount Hermon School. To enter Princeton. JULES BERTRAM FINNELL, JR. " Jolly " " Jules " 1103 Armada Drive, Pasadena, Cal. Entered Filth Form Varsity Crew, ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Blue and White Crew, ' 39, ' 40; Winning Boat, Founders ' Day Crew Races, ' 40. Entered from Hill School. Tc enter Dartmouth. CHRISTOPHER PHILIP GADSDEN, JR. " Chris " 7 Atlantic Street, Charleston, S. C. Entered Fourth Form Class President, Spring Term, ' 39; Class Vice- President, Winter Term, ' 40; REVIEW, ' 39, ' 40. Business Manager, Month Editor, ' 40: Fifth Form Dance Committee, ' 39; Sixth Form Dance Committee, ' 40; Varsity Football Squad, ' 38. ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Basketball Team, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40, Captain. ' 40; Crew, ' 38; Tennis Squad, ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Blue and ViHiite Football, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Blue and White Basketball, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Blue and ' White Track, ' 38, ' 39; Captain Blue Club, ' 40. Entered from Charleston High School. To enter University of Pennsylvania. ROBERT METZ GARRETT " Bob " " Fathead " 3702 Dewey Ave., Omaha, Nebraska Entered Fourth Form Mitchell Cabinet, ' 39, ' 40; BLUE AND WHITE Board, ' 40, Business Manager, ' 40; Fifth Form Dance Committee, ' 38, ' 39; Sixth Form Dance Committee, ' 40; Athletic Council, ' 39; Jr. Foot- ball, ' 38; Varsity Football Squad, ' 39, Team, ' 40; Intermediate Basketball, ' 38: Varsity Basketball ■ Squad, ' 39, ' 40; Tennis Team, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40, Captain, ' 39; Winner. Fall and Spring Tennis Tournaments, ' 39; Jr. Blue and White Football, ' 38: Varsity Blue and White Football, ' 39, ' 40; Intermediate Blue and White Basketball, ' 38; Varsity Blue and White Basketball, ' 39, ' 40; Doubles Winner, Blue and ' AHilte Tennis, ' 38 ' 39, ' 40. Entered from Central High School. To enter University of Pennsylvania. . ' " -) -y 5 X ROBERT ROTH GARRETT " Railroad " 205 Merrimon Ave., Asheville, N. C. EntiTfd Sixth Form Choir, ' 40; Tennis, ' 40: Crew, ' 40. Entered from Lee Edwards High School. To enter Case School of Applied Science. ROBERT RANDALL GIEBEL " Bob " " Goop " 5 Hamilton Ave., Bronxville, N. Y. Eiitt ' rt ' d Fourth Form Pho tographic Society, •40; ASHNOCA, ' 40. Exchange Editor, ' 40; Choir, ' 38, ' 39; Varsity Soccer Squad, ' 39; Varsity Baseball Squad, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Crew, ' 38, ' 39; Golf, ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Blue and White Soccer, ' 39; Varsity Blue and ' White Baseball, ' 38, ' 39; Blue and White Crew, ' 38; " High Tor " . Entered from Deerfield Academy. To enter Washington and Lee. RUSSELL FRANKLIN HALL " Russ " R.F.D. No. 3, Greensboro, N. C. Entered Sixth Form Varsity Football. ' 40; Varsity Track Team, ' 40; Varsir Blue and Whits Football, ' 40. Entered from Greensboro High School. To enter University of Nor-ii Carolina. CHARLES CRAWFORD HENDERSON " Charlie " " Dusty " 1410 Second St., New Orleans, La. Entered Fourth Form Mitchell Cabinet, ' 39, ■40; Varsity Baseball ■arr. ' 39. ' 40; Varsity Blue and ' ' 39, ' 40. . : adbury Forest. Scmad. ' 3 White B=; Entere ; CHARLES THOMAS HENDERSON " Tommy " " Cigar Butt ' Barr-Dee Farms Dundee, Illinois Entered Seciind Form Class Vice-President, Spring Term, ' 39; Class President, Spring Term, ' 36; Photographic So- city, ' 38; ASHNOCA, ' 39, Advertising Manag- er, ' 39; Choir, ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Double Quartet, ' 39; Jr. Football, ' 37; Jr. Basketball, ' 36, ' 37; Jr. Varsity Basketball, ' 38, Co-captain, ' 38; Jr. Baseball, ' 36; Varsity Basketball Team, ' 39, ' 40; Tennis, ' 37; Varsity Track Squad, ' 38, Team, ' 40; Varsity Baseball Squad, ' 39; Jr. Blue and White Football, ' 37; Jr. Blue and White Basketball, ' 36, ' 37; Jr. Varsity Blue and White Basketball, ' 38; Intermediate Blue and White Basketball, ' 38; Varsity Blue and White Bas- ketball, ' 39, ' 40; Jr. Blue and White Track, ' 38; Jr. Blue and White Baseball, ' 36; Varsity Blue and ' White Baseball, ' 39; " Leave it to Psmith " ; " Petticoat Fever " . Entered from Todd School. To enter Williams. GERALD OLNEY HERNDON " G. O. " 1496 Broad Street, Providence, R. I. Entered Second Form English Club, ' 40; Photographic Society ' 37 ' 38, ' 39; ASHNOCA, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40, Head Columnist, ' 40; Choir, ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Double Quartet, ' 39; Best Speaker, Blue and White De- bate, ' 40; Jr. Football, ' 37; Jr. Soccer, ' 38, ' 39; Jr. Baseball, ' 36; Track, ' 39; Varsity Soccer Squad, ' 40; Tennis Squad, ' 40; Jr. Blue and White Basketball, ' 40; Jr. Blue and White Soc- cer, ' 39; Varsity Blue and White Soccer, ' 40; " Leave it to Psmith ' ;; " Androcles and the Lion " . Entered from Black-Foxe Military Academy. To enter Amherst. JOHN LANDIS HOLDEN " A-C " " Landis " 10 Garden Place, Cincinnati, Ohio Entered Third Form Kii Kat. ' 40; Photographic Society, ' 37, ' 38, ■39. ' 40, Secretary, ' 38, President. ' SQ: BLUE AND WHITE Board, ' 40, Photographic Editor, •40; REVIEW, ■38, ' 39, ' 40, Photographic Editor, ■39, Editor-in-Chief, ' 40: ASHNOCA, ' 40; Sports Editor, ■40; Choir, " il , ' 38, 39, 40; Double Quartet, ' 38, ' 39; Blue and White Debate, ' 39; Jr. Basketball, ' 37, ■38; ' Varsity Baseball Squad, ■38, ' 39, ' 40; Jr. Blue and White Basketball, ' 38; " Androcles and the Lion " ; " Libel " ; ' ■High Tor " ; Cheerleader. ' 40. Entered from Cincinnati University School. To enter Yale. JOHN MORGAN HOLDEN " Morgan " Park Road, Indian Hill, Cincinnati, Ohio Entered Third Form Class Vice-President, ' 37; Class President, Fall Term, 39; Class President, Spring Terra, ' 40; Student Council, Second Semester, ' 39, President, 40; Kit Kat, 39, ' 40, President, ' 40; Dramatic Society, ' 39, ' 40, Vice-President, ' 40; Mitchell Cabinet, 39, ' 40; English Club, 39, ' 40, President, ' 40; REVIEW, ' 38, ' 39, 40, Edi- torial Editor 40; ASHNOCA, ' 37 , ' 38, ' 39, ' 40, Feature and Assignment Editor, ' 38, Assistant Managing Editor, ' 39, Editor-in-Chief, 40; Choir, ■38, ' 39; Blue and White Debate, Second Best Speaker, 40; Scholarship Cup, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Jr. Soccer, ' 37, ' 38; Varsity Soccer Squad, ' 39, ' 40; Track, ' 37, 38; Tennis, 39, 40; Jr. Blue and ' White Basketball, 37; Jr. Blue and ' White Soccer, ' 37, ■38; Varsity Blue and White Soccer, ■40; Jr. Blue and tf ii e Track, 38; ■ ' Androcles and the Lion ' ; ■ Libef; ■■The Amazing Doctor Clitterhouse ' ; ■■Room Service " ; " Whistling in the Dark " ; " Bachelor Born " . Entered from Cincinnati Country Day School. To enter Yale. lG n(n aojL ' ve oia q m m wt o j ooukx ' « t) ' ; " -(V ii n- ' " ' " Hi q ki Dall u.«d uab(| SAMUEL KNOX KREUTZER, JR. ' Knox- " " No-Knox " " Clutch " fli Farm EngtshlCjGb, ■ " t REVIEW, ' 39, ■40; ASH- NOCAV ' 3gr40; g ir. ■39 i0; Double Quartet, ' 40; Band, ' 39; eiue and White Debate, ' 40; Winner, Colomel Daughters Essay Contest, ' 39; Varsity FootJ ll Squad, ' 39, Team, ' 40; ' Var- sity BasketlfeU, Assistant Manager, ' 39, Man- ager, ' 40; Aarsity Track Squad, ' 39; Golf, ' 40; Varsity BlBe and White Football, ' 39, ' 40; In- termediate Blue and White Basketball, ' 39; Var- sity Blue and White Track, ' 39; " I Want a Policeman " . Entered from Milwaukee Country Day School. To enter United States Naval Academv. .i-V - - - PETER RANDELL LUCAS " Goon " " Pete " R.F.D. No. 3, Waterbury, Conn. Entrri ' d Hrcond Form Dramatic Society, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; ASHNOCA, ' 37; Tech Society, ' 36, ' 37; Photographic So- ciety, ' 38; Choir, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Band, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Jr. Soccer, ' 37; Varsity Soccer Squad, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Track Squad, ' 40, Team, ' 39; Varsity Blue and White Soccer, ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Blue and White Track, ' 38, ' 39. Entered from Driggs School. To enter Yale. ALLAN CARTER MAYER " AI " " Alley-Cat " 1030 Forest Ave., Evanston, 111. Entered Fifth Form Mitchell Cabinet, ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Soccer Team, ' 40; Tennis Team, ' 39, ' 40, Captain, ' 40; Intermediate Blue and White Basketball, ' 39; Varsity Blue and White Soccer, ' 40. Entered from Evanston Township High School. To enter Yale. ROBERT STRATTON NOBLES " Knobby " " Smokehouse " " Philip Morris " 1811 Washington A.ve., Parkersburg, W. Va. Entered Fiith Form Er.-iish C:ub, ' 40; ASHNOCA, ' 40; Goii, ' 38, ' 39 41 " irdcrai;, ' 38, ' 39: " Room Service " . E. ' .;e:ed ::cra Parkersburc High Schnol. To enter M. I. T. RICHARD HOPKINS POCOCK " Dick " " Bobsey Twin " Dorset, Vt. Entered First Furm Class Vice-President, Winter Term, ' 40; Class President, Fall Term, ' 36; Student Council. Second Semester, ' 40; Choir, ' 38, ' 39; Double Quartet, ' 39; Athletic Council, ' 40; Choir, ' 38, ' 39; Double Quartet, ' 39; Athletic Council, ' 40; Jr. Basketball Squad. ' 35, ' 36; Varsity Basket- ball, ' 37. ' 38; Jr. Baseball, ' 36; Varsity Crew, ' 39, ' 40, Captain, ' 40; Jr. Blue and M ite Bas- ketball, ' 35, ' 36; Intermediate Blue and ' White Basketball. ' 38; Jr. Blue and White Baseball, ' 36; Varsity Blue and White Crew. ' 39, ' 40. Enered from Haverford School. To enter Yale. HARRY RUSSELL REIGART, JR. " Russ " " Lovey " 422 Sherman Ave., Hamilton, Ohio Entered Sixth Fnnn Class Secrelary-Treasurer, Spring Term, ' 40; Sixth Form Dance Committee, ' 40; Varsity Fool- ball Squad, ' 40; Varsity Blue and White Foot- ball. ' 40; Varsity Blue and White Crew, ' 40; Varsity Blue and White Basketball, ' 40. Entered from Hamilton High School. BENJAMIN SHAMBAUGH " Ben " " Baglet " 5625 University Ave., Chicago, 111. Entered Srconti form English Club, ' 40; REVIEW, ' 40, Advenising Manager, ■40; ASHNOCA, ' 39, ' 40, Assistant Managing Editor, ' 40; Choir, ' 36, ' 37; Jr. Soccer, ' 36, ' 37; Varsity Soccer Squad, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Tennis Squad, ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Winner. Fall Junior Tennis Tournament, ' 38; Jr. Blue and White Soccer, ' 38; Varsity Blue and White Soccer, ' 39, ' 40; Cheerleader, ' 40. Entered irom the University School. To enter Amherst. WEST SHELL, JR. " Wes " " Junie " 15ReillyRoad, Wyoming, Ohio Entered Sixth Form Varsity Basketball, Team, ' 40; Varsity Base- ball, Team, ' 40; Varsity Blue and White Bas- ketball, ' 40; Varsity Blus and White Baseball, ' 40: " I Want a Policeman " ; " Bachelor Born " . Entered from Wyoming High School. To enter Dartmouth. JOHN GOODMAN SLONEKER " John " " Baldy " New London Pike, Hamilton, Ohio Enteri ' d Fifth Form Jr. Foolball, ' 39; Tennis Squad, ' 39; Varsity Crew, ' 40; Jr. Blue and White Football, ' 39; Varsity Blue and While Crew, ' 40. Entered from McGuffey High School, To enter Yale. y 09t ' ' FRANK SANDERS SMITH " Frank " 157 Colorado Ave., Highland Park, Detroit, Mich. Entered Si. tli Form Varsity Track Squad, ' 40; Varsity Blue and White Track, ' 40. Entered from Highland Park High School. To enter Albion College. KELLOGG SMITH " Kelly " R.R. No. 3, Rochester, Indiana Entered Second Farm Dramatic Society, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40, President. ' 40; Mitchell Cabinet. ' 39, ' 40, Secretary-Treas- urer, ' 40; English Club. ' 39, ' 40: BLUE AND WHITE Board, ' 40, Editor-in-Chief, ' 40; ASH- NOCA, ' 39; Choir, ' 35, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Double Quartet, ' 38, ' 39; Band, ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40. President. ' 39; ' Vinner Dramatic Society Award, ' 39; Jr. Football, ' 36, ' 37; Jr. Basketball, ' 36, ' 37; Jr. Varsity Basketball Team, ' 38, Co-Captain, ' 38; Track, ' 37, ' 38; Crew, ' 36, ' 39, ' 40; Jr. Blue and Whit? Football, ' 36, ' 37; Jr. Blue and Vhite Basketball, ' 36, ' 37; Jr. Varsity Blue and White Basketball, ' 38; Varsity Blue and White Bas- ketball, ' 39, ' 40; Jr. Blue and White Track, ' 38; Blue and White Crew, ' 36, ' 39, ' 40; " R.U.R. " ; " Leave it to Psmith " ; " The Ghost Train " ; " Androcles and the Lion " ; " Libel " ; " The Amazing Doctor Clitterhouse " ; " High Tor " ; " Bachelor Born " . Entered from Skokie School. JOHN STEPHENS " Mad Boy " " John " 215 Ridge Road, Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich. Entered Filth Form Photographic Society, ' 39. ' 40, President, ' 40; REVIEW, ' 39, ' 40; ASHNOCA, ' 39, ' 43, Assist- ant Columnist, ' 40; " I Want a Pohceman " . Entered from Brooks School. To enter Harvard. w FRANK HERBERT STEVENSON " Franco " 1221 Edwards Road, C incinnati, Ohio Entered Fiith Form Class President, Winter Term, ' 40: Student Council, First and Second Semesters, ' 40; Kit Kat, ' 40: Mitchell Cabinet, ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Foot- ball Squad, ' 39, Team, ' 40; Varsity Soccer Squad, ' 40, Team, ' 39; Varsity Baseball Squad, ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Blue and Vi ' hite Football, ' 39. ' 40; Varsity Blue and White Soccer, ' 39; Var- sity Blue and White Baseball, ' 39. Entered from the University School. To enter Washington and Lee. CLARENCE EDWARD THURMON " Clarabelle " " Narumps " 4215 McFarlane Boulevard Dallas, Texas Entered First Form REVIEW. ' 36. ' 37. ' 39; ASHNOCA, ' 37. ' 38. ' 39, ' 40. Exchange Editor, ' 39; Choir. ' 35, ' 36; Blue and White Debate. ' 39. ' 40; Scholarship Cup. ' 35; Jr. Football. ' 37. ' 38; Varsity Football Team, ' 39, ' 40; Jr. Basketball. ' 36; Tennis Squad. ' 35. ' 37; Crew, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40, Varsity, ' 39; Jr. Blue and White Football. ' 37. ' 38; Varsity Blue and White Football, ' 39; Blue and White Crew, ' 38. ' 39, ' 40. Varsity. ' 39; " Leave it to Psmith " ; " The Ghost Train " ; " The Amazing Doctor Clit- terhouse " . Entered from Armstrong School. To enter University of Texas. RICHARD TUCKER WELLS " Tex " " Dick " 1100 Westwood Lawn, San Antonio, Texas Entfrcd Sixth form Manager, Varsity Baseball, ' 40. Entered from LawrenceviUe Academy. To enter University of Texas. PERRY WADSWORTH WILDER, JR. " Perry " " Wink " " Zookie " " Bowie " 2131 Chadbourne Ave., Madison, Wis. Enterfd Fourth Form Mitchell Cabinet, ' 39, ■40; Band. ' 39, •40; Jr. Football, ' 38, ' 39; Varsity Football Team, ' 40; Jr. Varsity Basketball, ' 38, ' 39; Intermediate Basketball, ' 40; Track Squad, ' 38, ' 39, Team, . ' 40: Jr. Blue and White Football, ' 38, ' 39; Var- sity Blue and White Football, ' 39, ' 40; Jr. Var- sity Basketball, ' 38, ' 39; Varsity Soccer Squad, ' 40; Jr. Blue and White Basketball. ' 38, ' 39; Intermediate Blue and White Basketball, ' 40; Varsity Blue and White Soccer, ' 39, ' 40; Jr. Blue and White Track, ' 38; Varsity Blue and White Track, ' 39, ' 40. Entered from West High School. To enter M.I.T. .x-T i a SI n H 1 _ . FORM SHOTS FIFTH F R First Row Across: John Angevin, Arch Arn- old, Alexander Banks, Wil- liam Beatty, Douglas Blos- som, John Bolton, Ben Branscomb, Stockton Bry- Second Row Across: Stephen Bryant, David Clarke, Frank Davies, John Davis, Crosman Fitler, John Hanna, Robert Havighurst, William Heppenheimer. Third Row Across: Robert Ives, Wiley John- ston, Stuart King, Charles Kittle, John Nicholson, Charles Richardson, Ship- ley Rudolph, Mason Rum- ney. Fourth Row Across: William Shoemaker, Paul Sipp, Homer Starks, Frank Stranahan, Samuel Tate, Boyd Taylor, John Wilson. %MaM ' Jjh 2k :k -« 1 ii w " tP ih z d r a FOUUH F R First Row Across: Donald Alexander, How- ard Ballantyne, Roberts Blossom, David Bluford, Carter Brown, Thomas Brown, Edgar Chappell, John Darrow. Second Row Across: Hugh Dickinson, Horace Dix, Joseph Edwards, Silli- man Evans, Jim Hemphill, Robert Henderson, David Howell, Lee Hutchins. Third Row Across: David Ketchum, Lawrence Lipscomb, Hampton Lynch, Thomas Martin, Jos- eph Pickerel, Thomas Pick- ford, Frederic Renfert, Mor- ton Rose. Fourth Row Across: Richard Shell, Harold Stearns, Richard Steketee, Harry Straus, Monroe Talia- ferro, Norman Weir. 4f ) STdK ' (7 -•_ -3 ' T H F li D First Row: William Bailey, Robert Bigelow, Cole Brundage, Eugene Carr. Second Row: David Crawford, William Dugan, Samuel Harrison, Richard Hopple. Third Row: Peniston Jones, Edwin Law- rence, Warren Lee, Her- bert Lewis. Fourth Row: James Quackenbush, Or- ville Simpson, Robert Wer- lich, Lawrence Widman, Fifth Row: William Williams, George Wolff. -yrm w mm FORM First Row: Malcolm Alexander, James Arnold, Hubert B u rn h a m, James Coke, George Curran. Second Row: William E d w ar d s, Michael Finnel, Rob- ert Hedger, Leonard Hendrix, Harry Jean- neret. Third Row: Alan Johnston, Lan- don Knight, Raymond Miller, John Quack- enbush, David Rick- enbacker. Fourth Row: James Rose, Joseph Seaverns, Peter Sipp, Harry Starr, Douglas Stimson. Robert Huntington, Jr. Finn F R Fifth Row: Corwith Cramer, Frank Curran, John Eversman, Robert Ev- ersman, William Rick- enbacker. Charles Hayes. " Bt ' sure »i heart is tcitli you still When spring comes out aloui the hill. : -AJl!! ' mmm Heppenheimer, D. Alexander, Pocock. Arnold, Dickinson, Clarke, Anderson Rudolph, Crawford, Ager, J. M. Holden, Embry. ]. Brown, Stevenson uum couiciL This year the Student Council has replaced the Senior Council as the student government body. Designed to establish closer connection between the stu- dents and faculty, the Council has obtained several privileges for the boys during the course of the year and has at times deemed necessary and recom- mended punishment for offenses against the school ' s best interests. The Council consists of three permanent officers, of which the president must be a Sixth Former. Three Sixth Formers, two Fifth Formers, and one Fourth Formers, each elected for a half school-year, complete the organization. Ager, Beecher, Anderson, I. E. Brown J. L. Holden, Crawford.J. M. Holden. Embry, Stevenson KIT KAT The Kit Kat Society was established in the early days of the School as a debating society. In 1933, however, its designation was changed to that of an honorary society for the recognition of character, influence, leadership, and achievement. Noteworthy boys are elected in the spring term of their Fifth Form year, and this group is enlarged by elections during the following year. OFFICERS JOHN M. HOLDEN President ROBERT CRAWFORD Secretary Beatty. Lucas, Ketchum, Harrison, Heppenheimer Dickinson, K. Smith, J. M. Holden, Darrow Not in picture: Embry, R. Blossom, and M. Rose THE DR HUIC SOCIETY This year the Dramatic Society presented two most successful productions under the capable direction of Mr. Charles Evans. The fall term play, presented at Thanksgiving, was " I Want a Policeman " , a mystery-comedy by Rufus King and Milton Lazarus. Cast in the leads were West Shell, Roberts Blossom, and William Beatty, supported by John Denison, Talton Embry, and Homer Starks. There was no winter term play, the play which was to have been produced being postponed until the spring. In the spring, " Bachelor Born " , a comedy by Ian Hay, was presented for the Founders ' Day ceremonies. The leading parts were taken by Kellogg Smith, Talton Embry, J. M. Holden, Slade Brown, and Roberts Blossom. OFFICERS KELLOGG SMITH President JOHN M. HOLDEN Vice-President HUGH DICKINSON Secretary-Treasurer Ager, J. L. Holdsn, K. Smith, R. M. Garre:: THE BLUE m UNITE STAFF Editor-in-Chief KELLOGG SMITH Business Manager ROBERT M. GARRETT Photographic Editor JOHN L HOLDEN Sports Editor LAMAR AGER Rudolph, J. L. Holder), Herndon. Taliaferro, Steketee, Ketchum, Darrow, Stephens, Beatty, Angevin, Sipp, Branscomb, Thurmon, Banks, Nobles, Rumney, Coke, Heppenheimer, Bryant Kreutzer, Giebel, DamlofI, J. M. Holden, Beecher, Shambaugh, Anderson TH[ muu STAFF Editor-in-Chief JOHN M. HOLDEN Managing Editor NORMAN BEECHER Assistant Managing Editor BENJAMIN SHAMBAUGH Assistant Managing Editor JAMES S. ANDERSON Head Columnist G. O. HERNDON Assistant Columnists JOHN STEPHENS, WALTER DAMTOFT Sports Editor JOHN L HOLDEN Exchange Editor ROBERT GIEBEL Business Manager WILLIAM HEPPENHEIMER Circulation Manager JOHN DARROW Assistant Circulation Manager THOMAS BROWN Faculty Advisor MR. C. S. B. EVANS Howell, Beatty, J. M. Holden, Gadsden. Beecher, Stephens, Anderson, Damtoft, Carpenter, Thurmon S. Brown, Shambaugh, Crawford, ]. L. Holden, Embry, Stearns, Kreutzer THE u m STAFF Editor-in-Chief JOHN L. HOLDEN Managing Editor ROBERT CRAWFORD Literary Editor NORMAN BEECHER Pictorial Editor TALTON EMBRY Editorial Editor JOHN M. HOLDEN Exchange Editor JAMES S. ANDERSON Month Editors WALTER DAMTOFT, CHRISTOPHER GADSDEN Business Manager CHRISTOPHER GADSDEN Advertising Manager BENJAMIN SHAMBAUGH Circulation Manager EDWARD CARPENTER Faculty Advisor FRANKLIN BUTLER Associate Editors JOHN STEPHENS, DAVID KETCHUM, KNOX KREUTZER, SLADE BROWN, DAVID HOWELL, HAROLD STEARNS Carpenter, R. M. Garrett, Mayer. Wilder, C. Henderson, Stevenson J. M. Holden, K. Smith, J. E. Brown, Anderson, Wilson, Crawford TH[ MITCHELL CABINET The Mitchell Cabinet, organized in 1922 to manage all of the charity work of the School, has this year been a great success. All during the year the Cabinet has given aid to the neediest families in the immediate vicinity of the School. Before Christmas each member, accompanied by a lady of the faculty, makes a visit to one of the needy families and lists of the most necessary require- ments are made. Then on trips into Asheville these lists are filled out, and the week before Christmas vacation baskets of food and clothing are distributed to the families. Funds to be used for this purpose are obtained from the Sunday collections and from refreshments sold at athletic contests. As ever, many thanks are due Mrs. Bement, Mrs. Jackson, and all the ladies of the faculty for their generous assistance in making this year one of the best. OFFICERS JOSEPH E. BROWN President JAMES S. ANDERSON Vice-President KELLOGG SMITH Secretary-Treasurer Shambaugh. Beecher, Crawford Anderson. J. M. Holden, K. Smith THE mun CLUB Under the guidance of Mr. Elliott Coleman, the English Club has this year met weekly to discuss all branches of the language. Poetry, drama, essays, and short novels from Elizabethan to modern have been read, chosen by the club as a whole, each member having led the meeting in turn. The leading plays of the day, on the air, and lectures on phonetics by Mr. Franklin Butler, have added to the schedule of events this year. The authors read during the year have included, W. Somerset Maugham, George Bernard Shaw, Ben Jonson, Omar Khayyam, John Masefield, G. K. Chesterton, P. G. Wodehouse, William Cullen Bryant, Lewis Carroll, T. S. Eliot, two French novelists, Balzac and de Maupassant, and a German poet, Rilke. OFFICERS JOHNM. HOLDEN President JAMES ANDERSON Secretary Arnold, Giebel, Tate, J. Rose, Rudolph, Starr Lucas, Starks, Hopple, Beecher, Stephens, J. L. Holden, Blulord, Evans THE PHOTOGHilPHIC SOCIETY During this year the Photographic Society has made unusual progress. Due to its increased membership the club has gained more importance and has managed to modernize its darkroom in Anderson Hall, and to purchase an enlarger for the use of the whole organization. Also an innovation this year are the exchange exhibits with other schools. Exchanges were made with Brooks School and Gull Hill School during the year. In the fall term the Society had a contest which was won by John Stephens, second and third places going to Norman Beecher and Robert Giebel respec- tively. Plans are being made for a contest in the spring term for which prizes will also be given. OFFICERS JOHN STEPHENS President NORMAN BEECHER Secretary-Treasurer MR. HENRY HEEDY Faculty Advisor Beatty. Kreutzer, Thurman, S. Brown, Mr. Lewis, Herndon, J. M. Holden, Beecher, J. Brown BLUE m HHITE DEBUE In the final and most important debate of the year, which took place on Saturday, March 9th, the Blue debaters defeated the Whites on the subject. Resolved: That the Congress Should Reenact the Bill Permitting the Secretary of State to Make Trade Agreements with Foreign Countries. The Whites upheld the affirmative, and the Blues the negative. Besides winning the debate, the Blues carried away more honors by rendering the two best speeches. The Philip R. Clarke award for best speaker was won by G. O. Hemdon, and the second best by John M. Holden. Mr. William Lewis served as chairman of the meeting, with Mr. Sheldon Leavitt, Mr. C. A. Lloyd, and Dr. Frank L. Janeway as judges. BLUES Norman Beecher John M. Holden G. O. Herndon Joseph E. Brown, Alternate WHITES Slade Brown Knox Kreutzer Clarence Thurmon William Beatty, Alternate W. Johnston, R. R. Garrell, Bolton, Beecher, Dickinson. Mr. Butler, Ager Anderson, Jones, Branscomb, D. Blossom, Kreutzer, J. L. Holden D. Rickenbacker. Manager. Carpenter, F. Curran, Darrow, Lucas, Taliaferro, R. Henderson, J. Brown Mr. KocJi, Cramer. R. Eversman. J. Eversman. Hayes, Coke, Seaverns, T. Brown. Manager THE CHOIR Under the able leadership of Mr. Paul Koch, the choir this year presented some very remarkable performances, not only at the special services at Christ- mas and Easter, but also each Sunday. Noteworthy in the choir ' s progress was the establishment of the Junior Choir, composed of eight members of the first and second forms. Especially beautiful were the solos of James Coke, soprano, and Perry Wilder, flutist, whose talents greatly enhanced the church services. Much of the success of the special programs at Christmas and Easter are due to the energy and ability of Mr. Koch, who presented in a most favorable manner many numbers of Bach, Palestrina, Gounoud, Franck, and Gluck. Upon the foundation of this year ' s choir, it is hoped that next year ' s choir will be bigger and better than ever before. Evans, Tate. Lucas, Davies, Bailey. Brundage. ivl. Aiexanaer, Paul Sipp, Beecner. Hanna, Branscomb, Bryant. C. Brown, Hedger. Martin, Hayes Hopple. K. Smith. Carpenter, Mr. Eversman, Ager, Taylor, Wilder THE BAID With support from a larger group than has ever before participated in the organization, the 1940 band considers itself as having had one of the best years since its beginning. Though School bands have appeared at football games before, the appearance of the band at the football games this year aroused a great deal of interest, and noticeably boosted school spirit. During the winter term, the band played for basketball games, again bolstering the student body and helping the team to win more games. During the spring term, the band prepared for another radio broadcast, but a combination of unfortunate circum- stances prevented this from being presented. As a finale to the year ' s work, the band played at the Commencement Activities, Prize Day and the crew races. Much credit for the year ' s successful work is due to Mr. John Eversman, director, whose untiring efforts and ability have been a constant inspiration to all members. OFFICERS EDWARD CARPENTER President LAMAR AGER Busmess Manager 77;t ' (riiest House :cas erectt ' d to the beloved memory of Hoicard Bement. mma CHE[RL[ DEI1S Shambaugh, Anderson, Beatty, J. L. Holden Mr. Evans, Mr. Frank, Mr. Coffey, Mr. Lev is, Mr. Brooks. Mr. Heedy, Mr. Arbogast Embry, Ager, Brown, Clarke, Mayer, Gadsden, Pocock HTHLETIC m m COUiKIL The Athletic Advisory Council is composed of the athletic director as chair- man, the captains and coaches of the various sports, and the captains of the Blue and White clubs. Its chief purpose is the awarding of all letters and other insignia to those who have earned a place on some team and so have been recommended by their captain and coach. The Council has been unusually strict this year, which has made it even more of an honor to have won a letter, for the Council has taken as much cognizance of spirit on the team as actual playing ability. MR. ARBOGAST Chairman LAMAR AGER Secretary Back Row: Mr. Arbogast, Thurmon, Breymann, Kreutzer, Sparks, Hall, Clarke, Manager, Lucas, Man- ager, Mr. Brooks Center Row: R. M. Garrett, Arnold, W. Johnston, Stevenson, Embry, Ager, Gadsden, Damtoft, Rich- ardson, Bowes, Banks Front Row: Reigart. Straus, D. Crawford, Davis, Wilder, Carr. Chappell, Fernandez, Stranahan FOOTBALL Playing a stiff schedule of seven games, Coach " Hop " Arbogast ' s football team turned in a record of four wins, two defeats and one tie. Hampered by a small squad, but greatly aided by a fine team spirit, Coach Arbogast turned a group composed mainly of green players into one of the best teams seen at Asheville in the past decade. Captain Lamar Ager was the consistent sparkplug of the team and was ably seconded by Former Captain Talton Embry. Embry ' s quick sprints around end, and Ager ' s powerful plunges through the line ac- counted for a good proportion of the yardage gained during the season. Ends Sandy Banks and Arch Arnold also covered much ground, snagging the long passes thrown them by Captain Ager. Richardson and Stevenson, as guards and Damtoft at center formed a triumvirate that could always be depended on to open a hole in the opponent ' s line. SCHfOyiE ASHEVILLE OPPONENTS 21 Weaverville Mars Hill 19 Brevard 6 18 Farm School 7 Waynesville 13 McCallie 18 7 Christ School 6 ooacn rtiDogasi Captain Ager BHKETBUL Mr. Arbogast, R. M. Garrett, Arnold, Taylor, K. Smith, Kreutzer, Manager Fernandez, Ives, Gadsden, W. Shell, T. Henderson R. Shell, Chappell, Briggs With one of the best records in the history of the school, the 1940 basketball team went thru as tough a schedule as has ever been selected for any team at this school in the past. Led by Captain Gadsden, whose fine work under his own basket prevented m.any a point, and inspired by high scoring Jim Briggs, whose superb ball-handling gave his team a total of 221 points for the season, the Blues won seventeen out of the twenty-three gam.es scheduled for them. The stellar players. Bill Fernandez and Ed Chappell, also accounted for more than their share of the team ' s success. SCHEDULE Jan. 10— Enka 24 A.S. 41 Jan. 13— Farm School 39 A.S. 35 Jan. 17— Mars Hill H. S. 18 A.S. 31 Jan. 20— Brevard College 34 A.S. 31 Jan. 24 — Christ School 20 A.S. 18 Jan. 26— WeaverviUe H. S. 24 A.S. 62 Jan. 27— Sand Hill H. S. 11 A.S. 45 Jan. 31— Chattanooga H. S. 38 A.S. 39 Feb. 2— WeaverviUe H. S. 30 A.S. 36 Feb. 3— Mars Hill College A.S. 36 Feb. 6 — Biltmore College 22 A.S. 44 Feb. 7— Farm School 22 A.S. 27 Feb. 9 — Sewanee Military Ac. 23 A.S. 25 Feb. 13— Mars Hill H. S. 18 A.S. 22 Feb. 14— Canton H. S. 32 A.S. 37 Feb. 16— Sand Hill H. S. 24 A.S. 39 Feb. 17— Christ School 19 A.S. 29 Feb. 20— Biltmore College 22 A.S. 34 Feb. 22— Canton H. S. 29 A.S. 28 Feb. 24— Mars Hill College 22 A.S. 28 Feb. 27— Greensboro H. S. 30 A.S. 36 Feb. 28 — Virginia Episcopal School 32 A.S. 30 Feb. 29— Woodberry Forest 18 A.S. 22 Captain Gadsden Sack Row: Mr. Koch, Seaverns, F. Smith, T. Brown, Manager, D. Blossom, Bailey, G. Curran, Jones, D. Alexander, Brundage, A. Johnston. Starr, Mr. Brooks, Carr, Peter Sipp, Mr. Arbogast Front Row; Lucas, Taylor, J. Edwards, T. Henderson, Ager, J. Brown, Embry, Wilder, Hall, Beecher, Botlon, Richardson, Martin TRHk Considering the doubtful outlook with which the 1940 Track Squad had its beginning, Coach Arbogast, with the able assistance of Mr. Brooks and Mr. Koch, has developed a team that Asheville may be proud of. With last year ' s Captain Joe Brown and Tommie Henderson on the distances. Wilder on the hurdles, Ager on the pole-vault, sprints, and weights, and Captain Embry on the javelin, sprints, broad-jump, and high-jump, the 1940 track team should give an account of itself in even the fastest fields. Coach Arbogast Captain Embry SCHEDULE Greensboro Civitan Meet ._ 4 poin ts Asheville Opponents C3iattanooga High School 73 45 McCallie 55 67 Mars Hill College _ 55 73 !jit-- 4¥ff f:nPv . . ft --. -- r ' Back Row: Mi. Lewis, Briggs, Beatty, Rudolph, Hemphill, Filler, Paul Sipp, Stephenson. Harrison, Davies, Banks, Wells, Manager Front Row: Kittle, C. Henderson, Ives, King, R. Henderson, Chappell. Clarice, W. Shell, Fernandez, R. Shell, Bryan, Giebel BHEBUL Captain Dave Clarke ' s pitching and Jim Briggs ' stellar work in the shortstop position were the highlights of the 1940 baseball season. The team on the whole showed itself weak at the bat but strong in defense, and it was that defensive strength plus the spirit developed by Coach Lewis that accounted for the five victories in the season of thirteen games. HHEDOLf Asheville Opponents Asheville 1 Opponents 1 Canton H. S. 8 Christ School 8 2 Brevard College 5 1 Brevard College 10 5 Canton H. S. 18 3 Hall Fletcher 2 5 Brevard College 3 15 Hall Fletcher 1 5 Blue Ridge 4 1 Farm School 2 5 Chattanooga H. S. 7 1 Christ School 8 6 Blue Ridge 5 Coach Lewis ;:£;:;.ju!;, Ham. a, i. ti. wii, K. Edikntyne, M. Rose, C. Ballantyne Werlich, Hemphill Lucas, Rumney, Breymann, S. Brown Denison, Shambaugh, Stevenson, Giebel, Can, J. M. Holden Cuddy, Banks, Mayer, J. Brown, Ager, Paul Sipp, Heppenheimer Mr. Strongmuller, Harrison, R. Henderson, Hopple, Jones, Manager SOCCER In spite of the inclement weather, which necessitated the cancellation of half of its scheduled games, the 1940 Soccer team might easily be compared favorably to the best teams Asheville School has produced. With Captain Joe Brow nand Sandy Banks leading the offense, supported by Ager and Cuddy in the backfield, the Blues won two out of the three games which they were able to play. SCHEDULE Clemson Cancelled because of weather McCallie Asheville 2 Opponents 1 Baylor Asheville 1 Opponents McCallie Asheville 2 Opponents 3 Clemson Cancelled because of weather f-f ' Q T Mr. Evans, R. Crawford, Steketee, R. M. Garrett, Mayer, Ager, Davis, Mr, Frank T E O I S With all members of the undefeated 1939 team returning, the 1940 tennis team is living up to its last year ' s record, with even more decisive victories, losing only three out of firty-eight individual matches which it has played. Ager at the number one position, Garrett at the number two position, and Cap- tain Mayer at the number three position have yet to lose a single set. SCHEDULE lie 7 Asheville 7 Farm School Ashevi Christ School Biltmore College Ashevi Spartanburg High School Ashevi Brevard College Ashevi Asheville High School Ashevi Christ School Ashevi Asheville High School Ashevi Biltmore College Ashevi Farm School Ashevi Spartanburg High School Ashevi Opponents Opponents Opponents Opponents 2 Opponents Opponents Opponents 1 Opponents Opponents Opponents Opponents 2 Mr. Coffey, Sloneker, Reigarl, Allen, Damtoft, W. Johnston, J. Finnell, Pocock Hanna, Coxswain C R E With only three returning lettermen, including Captain Richard Pocock, the outlook for the 1940 crew season was none too encouraging. With the able coaching of Mr. Coffey and Mr. James Wray, the crew succeeded in having a good season. Due to the severe winter crew practice was held indoors during the winter months until a week before the spring recess; consequently the first race of the season found an inexperienced crew facing the Rollins Jayvee boat. Handi- capped by very rough water, the Rollins race was dropped by two and a half lengths. The last week in April found a much more confident Blue boat facing the University of Richmond crew. The Asheville eight took this race by four lengths. Saturday of that week found Asheville pitted against the superior crews of Hun, Lawrenceville, and the third Princeton freshman. Due to dif- ficulty encountered at the quarter-mile, the Blues dropped back, letting Hun nose out the Princeton third freshman, yet pulling up enough to beat Lawrence- ville by feet at the finish. BLUE UI ' HITE SPORTS Though the Whites have defeated the Blues in intramural sports during the last few years, the Blues are at present 15 points in the lead for the year 1939-1940. With this lead, the Blues hope for their long due victory, for the Whites must win all cf the 15 points remaining even to tie the score. Whites I aptair. Gadsden Blues SPORTS POINTS WON BY BLUES WON BY WHITES Varsity Football (10) Junior Football (5) ZVz. Varsity Basketball (8) 8 _ Intermediate Basketball (4) 4 . Junior Basketball (3) Soccer (10) 10 Varsity Track (10) 10 Junior Track (5) Debate (10) Best Speaker (5) Baseball (10) Tennis Singles (4) Tennis Doubles (3) Golf (2) Skeetshoot ( 1 ) 10 5 2 1 Total to date of publication o2V2 TO BE PLAYED Varsity Crew (8) 2nd Crew (4) 3rd Crew (3) 10 21 2 3 5 10 4 3 37 V2 SPORT SUPS U I D E H F R H E n DONALD ALEXANDER 325 University Place, Grosse Pointe Mich MALCOLM GRAHAM ALEXANDER__325 University Place, Grosse Pointe, Mich JOHN JAY ANGEVIN Ivy Avenue, Glendale, Ohio ARCHIBALD VINCENT ARNOLD Fort Bragg, North Carolina JAMES ELLIS ARNOLD 3518 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, Tennessee LUTHER WILLIAM BAILEY 253 West Broadway, Winona, Minnesota HOWARD PIERCE BALLANTYNE._25 McKinley Rd., Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich ALEXANDER FRENCH BANKS, IL___1305 Gariield Ave., South Pasadena, Calif WILLIAM HENRY BEATTY 227 E. 57th Street, New York, New York ROBERT PRATT BIGELOW 232 Knowles Ave., Winter Park, Florida DOUGLAS BOARDMAN BLOSSOM 4137 Illinois Road, Lake Forest, Illinois ROBERTS SCOTT BLOSSOM 154 Euclid Ave., WiUoughby, Ohio DAVID BOARDMAN BLUFORD 2433 Park Ave., Minneapolis, Minnesota JOHN MARTIN BOLTON 17505 Wildemere Ave., Detroit, Michigan BEN VAUGHN BRANSCOMB._..Hope Valley, Route 3, Durham, North Carolina CARTER WILKIE BROWN Pine Crest Inn, Tryon, North Carolina EVERETT THOMAS BROWN 1500 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois COLE GRAVES BRUNDAGE Tryon, North Carolina JOHN STOCKTON BRYAN, JR 133 Sea Spray Ave., Palm Beach, Florida STEPHEN ALLISON BRYANT__._420 Cambridge Blvd., Grand Rapids, Michigan HUBERT BURNHAM, JR 1224 Sheridan Road, Evanston, Illinois EUGENE MORRISON CARR, JR 10 Greenwood Rd., Biltmore Forest, N. C EDGAR HAMILTON CHAPPELL 3029 Benvenue Ave., Berkeley, California DAVID GRIFFING CLARKE 419 S. Oak Street, Hinsdale, Illinois JAMES GUTHRIE COKE, III McCutcheon Meadows, Auburn, Kentucky CORWITH CRAMER, JR 61 Stone Gate Road, Lake Forest, Illinois DAVID MOORE CRAWFORD 1701 Washington Ave., Parkersburg, W. Va FRANK EDIE CURRAN, JR 200 Fisher Park Circle, Greensboro, N. C. GEORGE WILLIAM CURRAN 200 Fisher Park Circle, Greensboro, N. C. JOHN HUTCHISON DARROW 596 Oak Street, Winnetka, Illinois FRANK DICKSON DAVIES Box 2255, Palm Beach, Florida JOHN BYRON DAVIS 114th and West Dodge Road, Omaha, Nebraska PHILIP HUGH DICKINSON 639 S. Garfield Street, Hinsdale, Illinois HORACE PHILIP DIX, III 221 Union Ave., S. E., Grand Rapids, Michigan JAMES WILLIAM DUGAN 406 Montclair Ave., Glen EUyn, Illinois JOSEPH WARD EDWARDS 1125 Martin Place, Ann Arbor, Michigan JOHN WILLIAM EDWARDS 1125 Martin Place, Ann Arbor, Michigan SILLIMAN EVANS, JR Franklyn Road, Nashville, Tennessee JOHN DILLON EVERSMAN, JR Flat Rock, North Carolina ROBERT ALLSTON EVERSMAN Flat Rock, North Carolina MICHAEL HARTMAN FINNELL 1103 Armada Drive, Pasadena, California FREDERICK CROSMAN FITLER 1447 Inverness Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. JOHN RANDALL HANNA 2176 St. James Parkway, Cleveland Heights, Ohio SAMUEL ARTHUR HARRISON Loudon, Tennessee CHARLES MILLER HAYES, JR 483 Sheridan Road, Winnetka, Illinois ROBERT CANFIELD HAVIGHURST 18107 Clifton Road, Lakewood, Ohio ROBERT HABBEN HEDGER South Paramus Road, Ridgewood, New Jersey JIMMY HEMPHILL 547 Merriman Road, Akron, Ohio CHARLES ROBERT HENDERSON, JR.___2105 Devonshire Rd., Ann Arbor, Mich. LEONARD MILTON HENDRIX Estill, South Carolina WILLIAM CHRISTIAN HEPPENHEIMER Katonah, New York RICHARD VAN TRUMP HOPPLE 2324 Park Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio DAVID SANDERS HOWELL Tryon, Nor ' .h Carolina ROBERT DINSMORE HUNTINGTON, JR El Brillo Way, Palm Beach, Florida LEE MONTGOMERY HUTCHINS, II, 1 1 1 Lafayette Ave., N.E., Grand Rapids, Mich. ROBERT FRANKLIN IVES, JR 1808 Dexter Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio HARRY WHEELOCK KING JEANNERET Kingwood, Mentor Ohio ALAN BRUCE JOHNSTON Kelford, North Carolina WILEY WARREN JOHNSTON P. O. Box 175, Manteo, North Carolina LLOYD PENISTON JONES, JR " Paget Hall " , Paget, Bermuda DAVID DOW KETCHUM 231 King Street, Cohasset, Massachusetts STUART KING 877 Hutchins Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio CHARLES MORGAN KITTLE Drake Hotel, Chicago, Illinois CHARLES LANDON KNIGHT 80 North Portage Path, Akron, Ohio EDWIN FIELD LAWRENCE, III Hawthorn, Rock Falls, Illinois WARREN WILLIAMS LEE 2895 Weymouth Road, Cleveland, Ohio HERBERT REED LEWIS, JR 36 Brunswick Street, Rochester, New York JOHN LAWRENCE LIPSCOMB Tusculum College, Greeneville, Tennessee HAMPTON LYNCH, JR 156 E. 79th Street, New York, New York THOMAS ROSS MARTIN 2901 Jackson Boulevard, Sioux City, Iowa RAYMOND THOMAS MILLER, JR 2540 Middlesex Drive, Toledo, Ohio JOHN RUTHERFORD NICHOLSON, JR 626 Valley Road, Glencoe, Illinois JOSEPH FRANKLIN FICKEREL 3092 Madison Road, Cincinnati, Ohio THOMAS HENRY PICKFORD 1015 Loma Ave., Coronado, California JAMES TAYLOR QUACKENBUSH 2816 Walsh Road, Cincinnati, Ohio JOHN VICTOR QUACKENBUSH 2816 Walsh Road, Cincinnati, Ohio FREDERIC FERDINAND RENFERT 2602 Avenue O, Galveston, Texas CHARLES CLEMENT RICHARDSON, III Richwood Farms, Glendale, Ohio DAVID EDWARD RICKENBACKER 130 East End Ave., New York, New York WILLIAM FROST RICKENBACKER 130 East End Ave., New York, New York JAMES VARNELL ROSE 2818 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, Tennessee MORTON ROSE, JR 2818 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, Tennessee SHIPLEY RUDOLPH Biltmore Estate, Asheville, North Carolina MASON PITTMAN RUMNEY, JR 305 University Place, Grosse Pointe, Mich. JOSEPH MERSMAN SEAVERNS 370 Westminster Road, Lake Forest, Illinois RICHARD CHATTERTON SHELL 5 Reilly Road, Wyoming, Ohio WILLIAM MERCER SHOEMAKER__60 S. River Rd., Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania ORVILLE SIMPSON, II 1514 Groesbeck Rd., College HiU, Cincinnati, Ohio PETER SIPP 381 Soring Ave., Ridgewood, New Jersev PAUL LOUIS SIPP 381 Soring Ave., Ridaewood, New Jersey HOMER CRITTENDEN STARKS Box 54, Anchorage, Kentucky HARRY RANDOLPH STARR Hotel Chesterfield, New York, New York HAROLD DUMONT STEARNS 3980 Cote des Neiges, Montreal, Quebec RICHARD WALTON STEKETEE__649 Cambridge Blvd., S.E., Grand Raoids, Mich. DOUGLAS JOSEPH STIMSON The Highlands, Seattle, Washington FRANK RICHARD STRANAHAN Central Ave., Toledo, Ohio HARRY HESSMAN STRAUS, JR Grove Park Inn, Asheville, North Carolina HARRY MONROE TALIAFERRO 737 Cambridge Blvd., Grand Raoids, Mich. SAMUEL McDowell TATE 410 W. Union Street, Morganton, North Carolina BOYD CALEB TAYLOR, JR 2220 Oliver Road, Wyoming, Ohio NORMAN DAVIDSON WEIR, JR 446 Washington Ave., Glencoe, Illinois ROBERT O ' DONNELL WERLICH 1523 16th Street, Washington, D. C. JOHN LAWRENCE WIDMAN, JR 9 Marlborough Road, Asheville, N. C. WILLIAM LANE WILLIAMS 2605 Bayshore Boulevard, Tam.pa, Florida JOHN ALFRED WILSON 520 Crescent Road, Hamilton, Ohio GEORGE THOMAS WOLFF___805 Magnolia Strete, Greensboro, North Ca-olina AOV[Rm[iN[S MATCHLESS in Performance 4C MAGNIFICENT ?Z in Style f M. UNEXCELLED ' S liiif in Quality , CHAMPION Ijistcn to tht: ' oicc of Firestone vith Rirhard Crook fi. Margaret Siuakti and the Firestone Siu tpitony Orrhestra. binder the direction of Alfred Watlcnstein. Monday evenin-js. Nationwide N.B.C. Red Network. Oipyrighl. 1940. The Firestone Tirr Rubber Co. No zv ! 0 ernight Sih ' erslecpers To Mexican Border! ■ ' Goodnight, Mummy ! " " Goodnight, darHng, and just think: we ' ll wake up tomorrow morning and have breakfast in Brownsville, Texas .... and have lunch in Mexico Citvl " Dinner in New York City tonight; luncheon in Mexico City tomorrow I Eastern Air Lines ' Silver sleeper. The Mexico Flyer, provides the only through, direct service to the Mexico border at Brownsville, Texas, without-change-of- plane. Direct connection is made with Pan American Airways plane for Tampico, Mexico City and Central America. A Flight-Steward, trained passenger at- tendant, is on duty aboard every Silver- sleeper, Eastern Air Lines " luxury fleet of new Silversleepers provides: ( 1 ) For vacationists — a 14-day Mexi- can vacation that allows for practi- cally the full 14 days in Mexico! (2) For business men — the energy-sav- ing, time-saving travel that invites closer trade relations with our good neighbors to the south. (3) For everyone — far and away the fastest, most direct and most luxur- ious service Down Mexico Wav. For reservations: Phone your local Eastern Air Lines ticket office, or call any travel agent or hotel transportation desk — but do it early! (Write, for special booklet on all-expense tours, to Eastern Air Lines, 1 775 Broadway, New ork City. ) IT PAYS TO I Jul The Great Silver Fleet EASTERN 7 .A MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL (91) L ofnpu r Lmen ts Oi casta l ape omo atlon ' per om (92) L omnlinients of e OHIO CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANY HAMILTON. OHIO (93) conpiiiiFni; Pinehurst Stables and Farms Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Brown. Jr. Owners ORANGE, TEXAS The Mai at The MAN Store 22 Fatten Avenue Aiheville. N. C. . . . Extend to All of You Out at Asheville School Their Sincere Good Wishes for Your Happiness and Success. The Best to You! (94) fills pirnbhinqs, Hats % }0(s MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET NEW YORK In addition to our Clothes and Accessories for Younger Boys Our Young Men ' s Department carries Suits up to size 44 at 42 to $- -7 Odd Jackets, Flannels, Shirts Furnishings, etc. at proportionate prices BRANCHES NEW YORK: ONE WALL STREET BOSTON: NEWBURV COR BERKELEY STREET Our Appreciation, A s h e " i 1 1 e School: Serving the students and faculty of Asheville School is one of the enviable pleasures enjoyed by us at Biltmore Dairy Farms. For your helpful good will, we are cordially grateful. Accept our wishes for happiness in your school work . . . and rich rewards as the future unfolds. BILTMORE DAIRY FARMS ON THE BILTMORE ESTATE (95) A Word of Appreciation To Asheville School . . . c arc grateful lor tlic opportunity you have so generously given us to ser -e you and your school during the past year. It has been most pleasant relations that we sliall louf re- member, and we trust these relations may be renewed when you return in the fall. Atrain we sa - thank vou I 7 . Studio in the .Arcade Bmldmg Po-- " - " " ' Xo„ Delightful CcDldx To hfiivc Haudx! §CHRAFFrS CHOCOLATES I ■ " ' J one who has never before A tasted Schr.ifft ' s Chocolates, each piece is a delightful surprise. The magic of their goodness is in the blending of the finest materials in exactly the right proportions to insure the utmost in fine flavor. On Sale at Good Candy Places 60c lo SI. 50 a Pound Morgan Brothers, Inc. holesale Distributors ASHEVILLE, N. C. VV E alwaws hnd it a pleasure to work with the students and faculty of Asheville School. o will please accept our thanks for our courtesies and your patrona e. BILTMORE PRESS ' V7 Patton A ' Vemie AsheviUr. X. a. (96) COMPLIMENTS OF Elliot Lyman Fisher PHOTOGRAPHER Arcade Building ashex ' ille - - - x. c. — for your summer vacation SUM VALLEY, IDAHO • Outdoor ice-skating in mid- summer . . . riding . . . swimming . . . golf. . . tennis . . . and a thrilling two-mile ride on Baldy Mountain chair-lift., .are a few eft he varied attractions you will enjoy at Sun Valley, in the heart of Idaho ' s Sawtooth Mountains. Days are invigorating... nights crispy- cool. Picturesque Challenger Inn features attractive rooms from S3 up. Moderately priced meals. For full information write — W. P. Rogers, General Manager Sun Valley, Idaho OSCAR MAYER A eats of Good Taste mmii M iVEit L CO. CHICAGO. ILL. — Madison, wis. ESTABLISHED 1883 07) rom a " 7 ii L omplinieiits American Enka Corporation Enka. N. C. ECKERD ' S Qreator of Reasonable Drug Prices Meet Your Friends at Eckerd ' s Fountain 138 Taxi Company Phone 138 or 49 Heated Cars Comfortable Cars 24-Hour Service (98) VUd Best WisLs to iL Class of 1940 Philip R. Clarke Compliments of the PRITCH RD PAINT ClASS CO. 77 Patton Ave. 63 X. Lexin jton Ave. Phone 407 Phone 3431 A True Solution For A Better Game Spalding Liquid Center Golf Balls bring you 3 True Solution for a Better Game. The Liquid used in these balls is a development of the Spalding Research Laboratory and contains no foreign materials either suspended or at rest. Any quality in this ball that might through imper- fect balance induce hooking or slicing is thus eliminated. For sale by your nearest Spalding Dealer or Pro. Try them today. DIVISION Of SPALDING Si LES CORPOI ATION GOLF EQUIPMENT In the ( - ivie ana [ [ kite h CHARLOTTE ENGRAVING CO., Inc. Charlotte. N. C. 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