Chattanooga College of Law - Jurist Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)
- Class of 1929
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READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT
C. G. Munnocx Louisa C. HARRIS
Editor-in-Chief Bzuirzrxx Illanager
PAUL VIAL Conn HAYES J. E. CURRY F'Lovn DLLANEY
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J. H. CUNNWGHAM R. H. Woonvmnn HAROLD Humvmuss E. E. HARRIS
Freshman Representative Art Editor Freshman Bus. Mgr. A9111 Representatifue
E, PAUL L'HEREUx CECIL R. WOMBLE
Senior Reprexentatifve Junior Representative
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Officers of Student Body
MISS LENORE BURNS
Secretary and Treasurer
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W. B. SWANEY, B.S., LL.B., LL.M.
Profexror of Ihr Lnfw of Conlrarts and
B.S., University of Tennesseeg LL.B., Cum-
berland Universityg LL.M., Chattanooga
College of Lawg Member American Bar As-
sociationg President Bar Association of Ten-
nessee 1896-'97g President Chamber of Com-
merce of Chattanooga 18993 Associate Jus-
tice of Supreme Court of Tennessee 19175
Chairman American Bar Association Com-
mittee on Law Enforcement: Author "Safe-
guards of Liberty."
W. A. MCCLURE, LL.B., LL.M.
Professor of lVill.v and Elementary Law
LL.B., LL.M., Chattanooga College of Law:
Professor of Law in Chattanooga College
of Law since 1910.
FRANK S. CARDEN, A.B., LL.B.
Professor of the Lau' of Municipal
A.B., Trinity Collegeg LL.B., Cumberland
Universityg Member Tennessee General
Assembly 1907-'09g City Attorney Chatta-
nooga, Tennessee, 1915, 19233 Member
American Bar Association Instructor in
Chattanooga College of Law since 1920.
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JOE FRASSRAND, LL.B. JOSEPH B. ROBERTS, LL.B.
Profexxor of the Lafw of Equity Plvading Profa.f.vor of the LIU!!! of Elvidcncc and
LL.B., Chattanooga College of Lawg In- Ba'l"'mm
structor in Chattanooga College of Law since LL.B., University of Tennessee: Member
1928, American Bar Association: Instructoi Chat-
tanooga College of Law since 1924.
GUS A. WOOD, JR., LL.B.
Profmxog' of the Lqfw of Prilvaln
LL.B., Chattanooga College of Lawg In-
structor Chattanooga College of Law since
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JUDGE FLOYD ESTILL
Professor of Conflict of Lafw:
Judge Fourth Judicial Circuit Tennessee
1897, 1902g judge Criminal Court Hamil-
ton County 1923, 1926g Instructor Chatta-
nooga College of Law since 1923.
ROY F. MCCLURE, LL.B., LL.M.
Profrxsor the Lalw of Rval Properly
LL.B., LL.M., Chattanooga College of Lawg
Instructor Chattanooga College of Law since
ESTES KEFAUVER, A.B., LLB.
Profzxrxor of the Lalw of 1'arhmr.vhip.t
A.B., University of Tennessee, 19245 LL.B.,
Yale University 19275 Instructor in Chatta-
nooga College of Law since 1928.
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JAMES B. FRAZIER, JR., LL.B.
Professor of Ihe Lafw of Crimes
LL.B., Chattanooga College of Lawg Instruc-
tor Chattanooga College of Law since 1919.
SAM E. WHITAKER, LLB.
T. POPE SHEPHERD, LL.B.
Associate Professor of tl1e.Lafw of Common
LL.B., Cumberland Universityg Assistant
Attorney-General Sixth Circuit of Tennessee
1908, 19095 Member American Bar Associ-
ation: Instructor Chattanooga College of
Law since 1920.
LL.B., Chattanooga College of Lawg Mem-
ber American Bar Asso
City Attorney, City of Chattanoogag Former
Special Assistant Attorney-General United
Statesg Instructor Chatta
Law since 1923.
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T. T. RANKIN, A.B. JUDGE W. B. GARVIN, A.B.
Profes.ror of the Lafw of Personal Properly .flrsorizzte Professor Equity Pleading and
A.B., University of Tennessee: Member Prawn
American Bar Association Instructor Chatta- A.B., University of Michigan: Chancellor
nooga College of Law since 1921. Third Chancery Division of Tennessee since
19155 Instructor Chattanooga College of
Law since 1919.
S. BARTOVV STRANG, LL.B.
Professor of the Lafw of Suretyship and
LL.B., University of Tennesseeg Member
American Bar Association: County Attor-
ney, Hamilton County, Tennessee, 19195
Instructor Chattanooga College of Law since
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P. H. THACH, LL.B.
Professor ofthe Lafw of Equity Jzlrixprudence
Member Tennessee General Assembly 19093
County Attorney, Marion County, Tennes-
see, 19015 County Attorney, Hamilton Coun-
ty, Tennessee, 1921, 19225 Member American
Bar Association, Instructor Chattanooga
College of Law since 1919.
ALVIN ZEIGLER, LLB.
Professor of Legal Bibliography
LL.B., Chattanooga College of Law, Coun
ty Superintendent Schools, McMinn Coun
ty, Tennessee, 1913, 1915, Instructor Chatta
nooga College of Law since 1922.
J. CLIFFORD CURRY, LL.B.
Professor of Common Lafw Pleading
LL.B., George Washington University, In-
structor Chattanooga College of Law since
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JUDGE CHARLES W. LUSK, LL.B.
LL.B., Chattanooga College of Law, Mem-
ber American Bar Association: United
States Commissioner 1924 to 19263 Present
Judge Criminal Court, Hamilton County,
Tennessee, Instructor Chattanooga College
of Law since 1920.
JAMES H. ANDERSON
Referee in Bankruptcy Southern Division of
the Eastern District of Tennessee 1910,
19245 Present United States Commissioner
Southern Division Eastern District of Ten-
nesseeg Instructor in Chattanooga College
of Law since 1919.
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STANTON M. GRAVES G. M. TUCK
HORACE BOYDSTON JAMES MCKENZIE
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Secretary Freshman Class 19275 Secretary Secretary SAK 19285 Treasurer BAK 1929.
Junior Class 19285 Dean AQHJLD 19295 Presi-
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Vice-President Senior Class 1929.
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Vice-Chancellor SAK 1928: Vice-President
Student Body 19283 Vice-President junior
Class 19285 President Senior Class 19295
Registrar Chattanooga College of Law
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Tribune A941 1929.
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Clerk of Rolls AGM: 19283 Clerk of Ex-
chequer 1929g 'Treasurer Student Body 19285
Winner of Scholarship Key AGLIJ 19283 Busi-
ness Manager "The jurist" 1929.
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Clerk Exchequer A0613 1928. Fraternity Representative "The jurist" 1928
Chancellor BAK 19293 Senior Class Repres
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CECIL G. MURDOCK IRVIN D. SHAPIRO
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SAK 1928g Assistant Editor "jurist" 19283
Editor-in-Chief "jurist" 1929.
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Bailiff Freshman Class 19273 Bailiff Senior Awfl'
Class 1929- Treasurer Senior Class 19293 Clerk of
Rolls A9111 1929.
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JAMES R. WILLIAMS RICHARD H. WOODWARD
Vice-President Freshman Classg Art Editor
"The jurist" 19275 Art Editor "The jurist"
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History of the Senior Class
The Senior Class first met in the Criminal Court Room of the Hamilton County Court
I-Iouse on a September evening in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twenty-
six as freshmen, green in the realm of law but with great ambitions.
After a few nights of getting acquainted we decided to organize which resulted in the
election of the following officers:
Cameron Ralston, Presidentg Richard H. Woodward, Vice-Presidentg Horace Boydston,
Secretaryg Ralph A. Snow, Treasurer and Lee Cgliig Boyl McCulley, Sergeant-at-Arms.
Our first subjects of f'Elements of Law" and "Domestic Relations" were taught by Pro-
fessors W. A. McClure and Gus. A. Wood, jr., respectively. Among other things which we
remember in our Domestic Relation class was the question asked by Guerrant, "what per-
centage of the common law is now in use?" The response being "how high is up."
On Tuesday night for the first half of the year we had some very good speeches delivered
to us by our fellow classmates in the study of Public Speaking, which course was concluded
by Professor Louis F. Snow. The remaining Thursday nights of the year we served as
material in complainants defendants and star witnesses for the Seniors in Moot Court under
judge Gus A. Wood, Jr.
Our next subject was "Torts" taught by our Dean Judge Swaney in which we learned
about horse trading, take your hands out of your pockets, stand straight and speak like a
lawyer and last but not least about nice fat fees. Professor Roy McClure instilled in us the
elements and importance of contracts but we never did know whether or not he was going
to wear his glasses.
Professor j. B. Frazier, Ir. instructed us on how to become Criminal Lawyers and Pro-
Iessor Frank S. Darwin instructed us on Personal property. This closed our first year.
On September 22nd we again assembled with the upper classmen and the incoming
freshmen to listen to our illustrious Dean and other members of the faculty. The next even-
ing we assembled in the Circuit Court Room to resume our studies.
We organized and elected W. R. Williams, Presidentg Stanton Graves, Vice-President,
John J. Lively, Jr., Secretary: Horace Boydston, Treasurer and G. M. Tuck, Bailiff. We
studied Private Corporations under Professor Joe Roberts, Bills, Notes and Checks under Pro-
fessor Moore, Partnerships under Professor joe Frassrand, Public Corporation and Prohibition
under Professor Frank Carden, Professor Clifford Curry instructed us in Common Law Plead-
ing. We were instructed also by Professors W. A. McClure and Estes Kefauver all of which
we enjoyed. 1 ,
During the year we found that Mr. Farmer, one of our members, had contracted the
malady of matrirnony and we all wished him a happy future.
Then came another eventful evening in the fall of 1928, when the Law School convened
again. But this time it had a greater significance to us for it marked the final lap in our
tortuous journey toward a degree. We assumed the mien of dignfied Seniors with more or less
success, and though quite a few faces were missing from our number, there shone the light
of victory in the eyes of the ones remaining for the reward of our fight which was now just
over the horizon, almost within our grasp.
With Graves as President, Boydston, Vice-President, G. M. fMunsyJ Tuck, Secretary
and Treasurer and McCulley, Bailiff we started things with a bang. Dean judge Swaney
successfully piloted us through Constitutional Law, while Professor Joe Frassrand assumed
command, equally successful, in Equity Pleading and Practice. The McClure Brothers, those
doughty warriors in legal warfare, showed us how to properly make Wills and dispose of
Real Property, while in our Moot Court sessions, real talent was revealed. This year another
of our beloved members became a victim to matrimony, that in Mr. C. G. Murdock.
This is a history, in few words of three years of hard work and great determination,
upon which we may look back upon in idle moments with deserved pride and joy. But the
future still beckons, and out there somewhere in the great Tomorrow, the real victory awaits.
To each man of us 'there is handed the torch of Truth and Knowledge. May we guard it
carefully, and by so doing reap our full reward.
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FLOYD C. DELANEY
E. E. HARRIS
MRS. EVELYN BURTON
J. POPE DYER
W. F. HUDSON
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A0795 junior Class Historian 1929.
President junior Class 19293 Assistant
Editor "jurist," 1929.
MISS FRANK ELDRIDGE
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T. HOUSTON GRIFFITTS T. COBB HAYES
BAK Representative The "jurist" 1929
Bailiff junior Class 1929.
JAMES A. I-IILLEY
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CECIL R. WOMBLE
Junior Class Representative The "jurist"
19295 Secretary SAK 1928.
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Master of the Ritual AGI: l929g Treasurer
Junior Class 1929.
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Vice-President Freshman Class 1928: Vice-
Deun Af-Ddm 19293 Vice-President Student
G. MARSHALL GATES
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History of the Junior Class, 1929
The lights in the Courthouse illumined a scene of bustle on the night of Septem-
ber 24, for it was then the Chattanooga College of Law met in the Criminal Court
Room for re-organization. Opening night, of course, was of greatest importance to
the Freshmen as the Juniors and Seniors had had previous acquaintance with the
customs of the school.
The year's instructors for the Juniors were:
JOE ROBERTS ------ Bailments
Gus WooDs, JR. - - Corporations
Conv SMITH - -Sales
MR. MADDCJX - .--- Agency
J. C. CURRY - - - Common Law Plealling
JUDGE W. B. SWANEY - - - - Suretyship
MR. VA-LEN1'INE - - Negotiable Instruments
The class officers for the Year are:
FLOYD DELANEY ---- - President
E. E. HARRIS - Vice-President
Foaesr HUDSON - - - Treasurer
MRS. EVELYN BURTON - - Secretary
J. P. DYER - - - - Historian
Colm HAYES ------------ Bailiff
As one night succeeded another after opening night so one event succeeding an-
other has made the history of the Junior Class. Thrice the aid of the law was in-
voked in establishing life partnerships. The heads of the three new firms are Mr.
VVomble, Mr. Thompson and Mr. lVIaddox. The class purchased for Mr. and Mrs.
Maddox a present which Miss Frankie Eldridge presented with an appropriate speech.
It must not be supposed that all the History making events "went merry as a wedding
bell." Once the military sounded the call to arms but peace was established before
blood was spilt.
And so we approached the end of our Junior Year with approximately thirty of
the fifty freshmen of our original -class still pressing toward the goal. Messrs. Harris,
Delaney, Womble and Dyer are in a close race for the lead. We face the future, in
our eyes the light of hope, in our hearts the prayer for strength.
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ALVIE M. EDWARDS
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ROBERT H. SMITH
JOHN F. GREEN, JR.
MADDOX J. HALE
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MORRIS C. HETZLER
MRS. GEORGE RICE
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MRS. CAROLYN G. CLARK
EUSTAQUIO A. GONZALES
BEN B. WILSON
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HAROLD M, HUMPHREYS
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GRADY Y. BENNETT
JOSEPH H. CUNNINGHAM
Vice-President Freshman Class 1929: Fresh-
man Representative The "jurist" 1929.
S. PAYN E HALE
WILLIAM L. ANDREWS
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TRUMAN O. COX
PAT ST. CHARLES
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History of the Freshman Class
For many years, each and every Freshman Class at the Chattanooga College of Law has
showered forth its air of braggadocio, some I will admit with the reason, others with the
reason not so apparent. It is now our turn to keep the good work up. I believe President
Edwards expressed the feeling and thought of each and every member of our class, when he
said that "we had the best class from every standpoint, that had ever enrolled in the Chatta-
nooga College of Law.
We were somewhat slow in getting organized, but one night, in the middle of November,
Mr. Roy McClure started us off, and when we linally roused ourselves from the deluge of
nominations, motions, seconds etc., the results showed, Alvie M. Edwards, President, H. B.
Robinson, Vice-President, M. J. Hale, Secretary, john H. Cunningham, Treasurer and John
F. Green, Jr., Sergeant-at-arms. With such leadership, nothing seems impossible for our
We were started on our quest for legal knowledge by Mr. W. A. McClure and Mr. Pea-
body Howard, who exposed us respectively to Elementary Law and Criminal Law. We en-
joyed both subjects very much, and had begun to believe that studying law was a "snap."
There were some very good grades made in Criminal Law, and we believe that we have
quite a few members of the class who are now worthy of the great Darrow in the Criminal
Next we took up Domestic Relations under Mr. Roy McClure, and the subject of "Advo-
cacy" under Mr. Gus and A. VVood, jr. Both subjects were handled very well, and to the great
enjoyment and benefit of the Class. Mr. McClure knew thoroughly and taught us just as
thoroughly how to keep from getting married, but after a lengthy discussion of the marriage
ceremony intimate details of married life and the linal "bust-up", we were left somewhat
dazed. It is almost inconceivable how a man can know so much about those things without
ever experiencing them. There's a "Nigger in the wood-pile" somewhere.
Our rosy dreams of a quick and easy grasp of law was quickly shattered when Mr. Gus
A. Wood, jr. came in with the subject of Torts. Some of us, thought at the beginning that
a Tort was a. disease, or some disfigurement of some kind, and there are a number of the
class who still believe in is a disease. Mr. Wood worked hard and finally induced the Class
to work some too, and we got a great deal out of the Course, but we were now to the place
where we could see the study of law as it is. Something diflicult, if one is not interested, but
interesting and uplifting if one is bent on learning it. We have tinally decided that it is
necessary to WORK to learn law.
HOORAY: We are all becoming Ladies and Gentlemen, no more slumping in chairs, de-
lightful smoke from College Corn Cobs, cigars and cigarettes, hovering 'round our heads, and
feet delicately lined upon the tables. The ladies now 'have a chanoe'. Judge Swaney, in-
troducing Contracts-Horses-and Childhood experiences has descended upon us with a bang!
Out of all this change, reformation and imbibing of immortal wisdom, we have firmly
printed upon our mind that a contract is nothing monte nor less than "An agreement between
'two or more parties to do or not to do a particular thing upon sufiicient consideration," a
meeting of the minds you understand.
We must here pay our respects to the members of the fair sex in our class. We were
blessed with 'seven very attractive young ladies who have helped us keep our "interest" aroused
and helped Judge Swaney in our "reformation" One of this number, Miss Lenore Burns,
brought honor to herself and incidentally to our Class through her election to the oflice of
Secretary of the Student Body.
The high light in the History of this class, is the dance given in honor of the juniors and
Seniors. It was given at the Fort Wood Tea Room, incidentally I might state here that I saw
no ten, but . . Well-anyhow, we had a swell time, and judging from the reports of those who
attended, it was a "Howling Success."
We have here given a brief outline of the High Spots of our Freshman year here, and
we are now about to assume the responsibilities of juniors. We have left some records to
he tried for by succeeding Freshman Classes, and we are now bent on breaking quite a few
of those held by Present and Past juniors and Seniors.
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Theta Chapter of Sigma Delta Kappa National
The Theta Chapter of the Sigma Delta Kappa National Law Fraternity resumed its work
in the fall of 1928 when the school was called to order. Chancellor L'Heureux called the first
meeting to order and work and plans began to take form.
Theta Chapter held its initiation banquet at the Read House in December at which time
every one present enjoyed themselves to the utmost. Another enjoyable evening was had,
also at the Read House, at a farewell banquet to the Seniors.
The Chapter feels that this has been a very successful and fraternal year under the
leadership of Chancellor L'Heureux and the co-operation of his brother Oflicers and members.
The graduating members wish to extend their farewell and although they will not be in
active service, they extend their hearty co-Operation in anything the Chapter undertakes to do.
SIGMA DELTA KAPPA LAW FRA'1'15RNI'1'Y
FOUNDED IN 1914
ROLL OF CHAPTERS
Atla nta Chapter
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Chicago Law School
Hamilton College of Law
Benton College of Law
Chattanooga College of Law
Washington and Lee University
Atlanta Law School
Detroit University of Law
Detroit College, of Law
University of Georgia
Ohio Northern University
San Francisco Law School
University of Southern California
De Patil University Law School
Minnesota Law School
Hastings College of Law
University of Alabama
St. Joseph Law School
Chicago-Kent College of Law
University of Illinois
Westminister College of Law
University of Mississippi
St. John's College of Law
University of Louisville
WVashingtOn, D. C. Chapter
SAN FRANSICO CHAPTER
HONORARY MEMBERS THETA CHAPTER
W, B. G.-IRVIN
Chancellor Fourth Chancery Division of Tennessee
FRA NK CARDRN
J. G. AUSTIN
F'REo C. BARROWS
M. R. BERNIIARDT
ROBERT L. DENMAN
A. W. CHAMBLISS
BYRON M. Foco
JAMES H. GlI,MAN
YVILLXAM E. HOWELL
CLAYTON B. HUNTER
G. W. KRAUSE
JOHN J. LIVELY, JR.
W. B. LOONEY
W. R. WILLIAMS
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M. F. VALENTINE
Fl..-KVIUS T. LUNA
J. FRED MCCLAIN
H. L. MCCRORY
C. B. O'NEAL
F. J. M. PORTER
JOHN H. SAGENDORF
H. R. SAOO
WILLIAM C. SEFF
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SECOND Row:-Wilder Walker, A. E. Farmer.
THIRD ROW:-LeRoy Matthews, E. P. L'Heu1'eux, Alton Chilton, R. H. Smith
BOTTOM Row:-S. P. Hale, j. G. Simpson, T. C. Hayes, Maddox Hale.
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Delta Theta Phi National Law Fraternity
An unusually fine spirit of fraternal brotherhood has been manifested by the
active and alumni members of Lurton Senate, Delta Theta Phi National Law Fra-
ternity, during the school year of 1928-29.
As a result of this situation broad policies of expansion and growth have been
fostered and nurtured through the capable leadership of Dean Horace Boydston.
The roll of active members has been increased during the year from fourteen
on the opening day of school to twenty-six at the present writing. The fraternity lost
heavily through graduation last year and consequently set about replenishing lost
strength with the addition of new blood, and it might be said in justice to the mem-
bership committee, 'composed of Earnest E. Harris, Chairman, L. C. Harris and
Forrest Hudson, that they functioned wisely and well.
Eleven men can give strong and lasting testimony as to the thoroughness, com-
pleteness and impressiveness of the work of the initiation committee under the leader-
ship of Raymond Gamble. The manifest intest and function of this committee was to
"lay on", and therein they failed not, altho, they were enthusiastically supported by
the active membership.
All of the customarily brilliant social functions of the Fraternity have been ably
handled by the Social Committee, and those in attendance will long remember the
annual pledge dance, which was held at the Golf and Country Club on the evening
of December twenty-eighth. Another enjoyable occasion was the annual spring house
party given in the last week of April. The closing feature of the social calendar is
the Founder's Day Banquet and this year was no exception to the rule to make it one
of the biggest events of the year. A new event was added to the usual calendar in the
school year closing, namely the Smoker. This was staged at the Read House on the
night of November 16th and was given primarily as a "get acquainted" function for
the active and alumni members and pledges. All entertainment features were planned
and directed by the Social Committee with Marshall Gates, Chairman, Horace Boyd-
ton and Raymond Gamble.
Last, but by no means least important, of the Standing Committees comes the
Finance Committee whose patient and persistent pleas may still be heard, functioning
as smoothly as a well oiled machine this committee can look back over the year and
glory in the satisfaction of a task well done. More power to them. They are Richard
Woodward, Chairman, Floyd Delaney and Edwin Sherrill.
The Senate regrets to loose six of its choicest members through graduation but
realizing that Growth means change those remaining wish for those departing a fruit-
ful and prosperous career.
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John Marshall Law School fChicagoJ
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Leland Standford University
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FRATRES IN FACULTATE
W. A. MCCLURE T. POPE SHEPHERD
W. B. SWANEY ROY MCCLURE
FRATRES IN URBE
CARLYSLE S. LITTLETON M. D. BROwnER
D. H. BARRER, JR.
G. W. CHAMLEE, JR.
H. T. SCHAEEEER
G. ROYAL NEESE
JAMES H. WHELESS
ROBERT C. MAxwEI.L
WILLIAM W. RODDY
H. W. PRESCOTT
A. H. COOPER
L. C. HARRIS
CLARENCE F. SWEETS
DAN I. CASEY
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WILLIAM J. LEE,
J. S. MCCLAIN
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N. J. SIMMONS
B. C. FRASSRAND
J. H. BROTIIECK
R. A. SNOW
FRANK T. MEACHIXM
JAS. A. SHERRILI.
J. A. RODDY
FRATRES IN COLLEGIO
J. R. WILLIAMS
GRADY Y. BENNETT
GUS A. WOOD
JOHN M. FREULER
ALIIERT W. TABER
I. C. HARRINGTON
A. M. DICKERSON
HARRY R. HAYES
E. B. CULLEN
T. POPE SHEPHERD
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GEORGE W. SIMONS, JR.
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HAMILTON CUNNINGHAM W. EDWIN SHERRILL
WM. LEE ANDREWS NATHANIEL R. PATTERSO
CLYDE WEATHERI-'ORD ALVIE W. EDWARDS
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