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EX LIBMS F. O. Perkins Editor-in-Chief T. R. Caudill Business lanager PHIPSICLI of Piihli.shcd 1)1 the Sexiok Class " f ELON COLLEGE Elon College, N. C. ' ol,l ' MK XIX Dr. John UnguAHT Newman DEDICATION to Dr. Johx Ukquart Newman who during his fifty-four years of teacli- ing has brouglit the light of truth to thou- sands of individuals. As a member of the Elon College faculty since the opening of the institution, Dr. Newman has made an indelible impression upon the characters of the men and women who have passed within these walls. His memory will live on and on. and years hence youth will be guided by the footprints which he has lift within tliis place. FOKEWOKD It is our sincere hojje that this volume, The 1934 Phipsicij, will be a reminder of happy days at Elon. CONTENTS Book Oxe The College Book Two The Classes Book Thrf.e Athletics Book Four Sponsors Book Fivf. Orcaxixatioxs THEME T li 7 " E have cliosen for our theme a subject wliicli is uiiivtrsal in its appeal to man — music, whose strains liave eclioed down the age- less halls of time, and whose influence has swayed the mind of mortal man since l)efore the dawn of history. The lilting note of a Jovial Scot ' s bag pipe echo- ing through highland dells — the wildly stirring strains of the Romany gypsies — the ominous roll and beat of savage drums in the dark jungle — the weird and unintelligible music of the Orientals ; and the crashing crescendos of our modern orches- tras. When has the consciousness of man not re- sponded to this never ending power of music? And so. as we face the future, may we always remember that the hunger of the soul is of as much import as that of the body ; and may we al- ways find solace and inspirations in the ever changing moods of good music. ( Ma BOOK ONE THE COLLEGE Whitley Memorial Auditouit ij South Gate Alamance Building East Collonades O ' KeLLY MoXlMENT IB mB H " 1 i( West Collonade Arch ADMINISTRATION Dr. Leon Edgar Smith, President =?■ Alonzo Lohr Hook Dean, Professor of Phi sics A.B., M.A.. M.S. Madie Lee Walker of Womi-il, Assistant Professor of Math A.li., M.A. Claude Marcus Cannon Regiafrar and Business Manaf cr A.B. John Urquart Newman Ph. I).. l.il.D.. D.I). Ned Faucette Branxock Professor of Chemistry A.B.. M.A.. M.S.. Lit.D. Thomas F.dward Powell Professor of CeolofiK oiul Hioh,,,ii A.B.. .M.A.. rii.l). Leo D. Martin Professor of Hisfori A.B., M.A. John Willis 15aiixey isoriate Professor of E if lislt Lani iiottr A.B.. M.A. J. Allen Hunter Professor of Klrmentorii Eiliirotion A.B., M.A.. I ' ll. I). John A. Clarke ofessor of Latin, German anil Frencli . .n.. M.A.. I ' ll. I). He.vhy L. Snuggs Associate Professor of Emjlisti A.B.. .M.A. Walton Crump Wicker Professor of liillieoiion A.B.. . I.A.. Lit.D.. D.D. Marshall Ward Hook suriotr Prof,ss ,r of Mnthtmati, Coleman C. Gulley ' rrofessiir of Business Administratu DwiGHT M. Steere Dirrrtnr of Music Department, Prnfessr of Oriian, Piano and Theory A.B., M.A., A.A.G.O. Linden S. Dodson Professor of Religious Kdiieation M.R.E.. B.D., Pli.U. Wilma Potts Professor of Home Economics and Dietitian A.B., B.S. LiLA Claire Newman Deportment of Fine Arts rii.B. Mrs. W. W. Howell Commercial Branches A.B., M.A. Helen Valentine Chamblee Voice and Theory Genevieve Griffey Violin and Harmony It. Mllsii- Floyd Childs E.ri ression and Physical Eduralo B.O., A.B. Frank Johnson Assistant in Physical Education for Men Mrs. Oma Utley Johnson Lilirarian A.B. Mrs. Tiiyra Swint Assistant Librarian nJLrk rLAJX BOOK TWO THE CLASSES SENIORS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Robert Kimisall Prcsiilon Fletcher Moore Vice-President Margaret Bailey Secretarij Iris Albrujht Treasurer Frances Chandler Historian C. Ramsey Swain Poet Naomi Steed Prophetess Elizabeth Stephens Giftorian Patricia Holden — Testator Class Motto Launclud but not anchored. Class Floxi ' er White Rose Class Colors Green and White IRIS ULDEEN ALBRIGHT Elon Colhfif. N. C. TZ .I.E. English Choir. 2. t: Honor Roll. 3; Festival Chorus, 3, 4; Elon Music Club, i; Dra- matic Club, 4; President Girls ' Organi- zation, 4; Treasurer Senior Class, 4; Elon .Singers. 4. MARTHA ESTELLE ANDERSON Halifax. ' iriiiiiia AYK A.B. Science Elon Singers, 3, 4 ; Maroon and Gold Staff, 3; Dramatic Club. 3: Instructor Biology Laboratory, 4; Assistant Physi- cal Education Director, 3. 4; Transfer Averett College, 1, 2; Varsity Basket- ball, 1, 2; Soccer, 1, 2; Hockey. 1. 2: President Student Body, 2. MARGARET LOUISE BAILEY Lynnhavcn. ' irginia T Z $ A.B. Math, Engli.sh Transfer from Atlantic University, 2; P.si))helian Literary Society, 3, 4; Ma- roon and Gold Staff, 3; Student Council, 4; Secretary Student Council, 4; Secre- tary Senior Class, 4 ; Commencement Marshal, 3; Ca])t;iin Ereshnian Basket- ball Team, 1 ; ' arsity Basketball Team, ] ; Captain Freshman .Soccer Team, ] ; Varsitv Soccer Team. MIRIAM CHRISTINE BULLA Sophia, N. C. .l.H. Chemistri TYRELL ROBERT CAUDILL Allreds, N. C. ITK .LB. Chemistri Business Manager Phipsicli, 4; Mem- ber of Clio I-iterarv Society, 1, 2. FRANCES CHANDLER Virgilina, Virginia ATK A.B. English Commencement Marslial, 1 ; Secretarj- Class, 1, 2; Council, 4; Historian, 4; Secretary of Y. W. C.A., 4. J. T. CHAPPEL, JR. Candor, N. C. A.B. Ili.stnri Pliilolofiian Literary Society, 1 ; Stu- dent Senator. 1, 2. 3; Business Manager of Maroun and Go ' d, 3, 4; Circulation Manager of Maroon and Gold, 3; Instruc- tor of Physics Lab., 4. MARGUERITE ADELINE COOPER Sanford. X. C. .LB. Busini ' ss President Y. W. C. A., 1; Student Council, 3; Choir, 3; Dramatic Club, 3; Commencement Marshal, 2, 3; Psiphelian Literary. 1, 2, 3; Festival Chorus, 2, 3. VERA LOUISE GERRINGER Brown Summit. N. C. A.B. Ilixtori , French Psiphelian, 1, 2, 3, 4; Maroon and Gold Staff, 3; Elon Singers. 4; Assistant to Deans, 4. =©© DELMONT GRIFFIN Rocky Mount. X. C. : ' I ' li A.B. Tennis Team, 3, -i. Captain and Man ager. 1; Class Champion Basketliall, 3; Philologian Literary Society, 3, Treas- urer. 3; Dramatic Club, 3; Representative Elon in State Oratorical Contest. 3; Rep- resentative Junior Class in Oratorv. 3. MARGUERITE EGERTON HARRIS Macon. X. C. T Z I A I " Q .l.n. English Diploni.i in Dramatics; Dramatic Club. 1. 2. 3. t; I ' sykaleon Literary Society, 1. 2. 3. 4; Commencement Marshal. 1, 2. 3; Student Council, 3. i; Maroon and Gold Staff, 3 ; President of Senior Sunday School Class ; President Religious Activi- ties, 3. STEDMAN HINDES McLeansville. X. C. A.n. Math FLORENCE PATRICIA HOLDEN Louisburg. N. C. A.B. Home Economics President Student Council, t ; Choir. 1, 2, 3, 4; Elon Singers. 4; Treasurer Y. W. C. A.. 2: Dramatic Club. 3. BRADSHAW HOLL.AND Norfolk, Virginia K W X A.B. Science Transfer from Atlantic University, 2. Vice-President .lunior Class. 3; Presi- dent Student Body, i: Honor Roll, 3, 4; Chief Marshal. 3; Pi Gamma Mu, 4. FORREST ERVIN HYDE Brown Summit. N. C. A.B. Bible, English Transfer from Toronto Bible College of Univcrsit}- of Toronto; Member of Ministerial Association. 3; Pi Gamma Mu. 4. ,1 . KENNETH K. HUGHES Elon Colkge, N. C. ITK A.B. Plii sics VIRGINIA LOUISE JAY Holland, Virginia A I ' Q TZ |) A.B. Music Dramatic Cluh. 3. i; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir, 1. 2. 8, 4; Festival Chorus, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, i; Pan-Hellenic Council, i; Music Club, 3, i. MARJORIE VIRGINIA JONES Woodleigh, N. C. ATK .7.7?. Math Transfer from Atlantic University, 2; Psiphelian, 3; Secretary and Treasurer .Junior .-md Senior Clirls ' Sunday School Class; Instructor Hinjogy Lab., i. MAYSIE AZILE JOYCE Norwood, N. C. nrM .l.B. Bus ill ess, English Psiphelian. 1. 2, 3, i; Honor, 1, 2, 3; Junior Ri ' presentativf Cominenceinent Program. 3. ROBERT MORRIS KIMBALL Manson, N. C. A.n. mill, ' I.ittrary Sociity, 1 ; Prcsicknt of Chris- tian Endeavor, 2; President Sunday School Class, 2, 3, 4; President of Min- isterial Association 3; Secretary of N. C. Student Ministerial Association, 3; Treas- urer of North Carolina Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. Cahinet, i: President Re- lifjious Activities Orjfanization, 4; Presi- dent Senior Class, 1-. WALTER C. LATHAM Bath, X. C. i: i B .1.11. Ilistnrii. Math Football. I, 2, 3, !■; Baskethall, I, 2; Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 1; .Junior Class Presi- d( nt ; Gym Instructor, 3; Assistant to Coach. Dramatic Club; Business Club. =e EDWARD IRWIN LeKITES C ' hiiu ' ott ' aguc, ' a. A.B. Tranfer from Atlantic Univt-rsitv. 1. FRED HELBERT MILLER Elkton. Va. i: (f P. A.n. President Y. M. C. A.. 1; Football, 1, 2. 3; Student Senate. 2. 3; Philologian Literary Society. 1, 2, 3: Tr iek Team, 1. CHARLES FLETCHER MOORE Burlington, N. C. A.n. Music, Math Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President Senior Class, 1; Elon Singers, 3, t ; Elon Music Clul). 3, I; President Music Club, 1.; Y. U. C. A. Officer, 3. % THELMA AVIS MORRIS Dyki " . ' irij,ini,i T Z (I) . . ?. Math Psiphelian Literary Society, 2, B, i ' . Treasurer of Council. 2; President of Junior-Senior Sunday School Class, 3 : Dramatic Club. . ' J, i; Vice-President ot Religious Activity, i; Certificate in Speech. FRANK ORVA PERKINS Fayetteville. X. C. AHA A ' O. A.B. Cfii ' inixfri Editor-in-Chief Phipsicli; Philologian. 1, 2, 3; Varsity Tennis, 1 ; Church Usher 1, 2; Maroon and Gold Staff, 2, 3; Com- mencement Marslial, 2; Clioir, 3, i; Elon .Singers, 3, i; Dramatic Club, 3, 4. ALMA AMELIA SMITH Xorfolk. ' irginia TZ-I) .1.11. Math, Ftuflisl, Transfer from . tlantic I ' liiversitv, 2; Varsity .Soccer Team, 2; Honor Roll, 1. 2; Choir, 2, 3, l; Psykaleon Literary So- ciety, 2, 3, 4; Secretary of Clio-Psyka- leon Literary Society, 3; Psykaleon Ora- torical Medal . ward, 3; Dramatic Club. 3, 4; Elon .Singers, 3, 4; Festival Chorus. 3, 4; Elon Music Club, 3, 4; Maroon and Gold Staff, 3; Phipsicli .Staff ' , 1- : Senior Critic Clio-Psykaleon Literary Society. 4; Commencement Plav, 4; .Student Couti oil, 4. NAOMI LOUISE STEED Candor, N. C. A r K A.n. Home Economics Cheer Leader. 4; Pan-Htllenic Coun- cil. 4; Class Pro])liecy, 4 ; Draniatie Club. ALICE ELIZABETH STEPHENS Hertford, N. C. A.B. WILLIAM JOSEPH STORY Courtland, Virginia .I.E. English Transfer from Atlantic University, 3. CHARLES RAMSEY SWAIN HiUsboro, N. C. AHA . . ?. Bihh ' Class Poet. 1, i: Ministtrial Assoria- tion. 1, 2, 3. 4; I ' hilolojiian. 1, 2, 3. I; President Philologian, I; Klon Singers. :i. i: Festival Chorus. 3, I; Maroon and (iohl Staft ' . 2. 3. PAUL RICHARD TAYLOR Lewisville, N. C. A ' ' Q A.B. English Debating. 2. 3; Dramatic Cliili. 3. l ; Philologian Literary Society, I. 2, 3; Klon Singers. 3. Ministerial Associa- tion, t. NORMAN BROWN WATERS Wasliington. N. ( ' . :;: ' i 11 l.li. Illslorii, ' .v e.v l-, othali. 1. 2. 3. t; Basel.all. 1. 2. 3. I; Senate. !■ ; Co-Ca])tain of Toothall. 3. Thirty-five =e( AUBREY ODELL WINECOFF K.inn.i))()li.s. N. C I T K A.B. Phi sics Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain Football, 4; President of Student Senate, 4; Man- ager of }?askctball, 4. JANE CHRISTINE YARBROUGH Biirlin ton, N. C. AVK A.H. Phipsicli Staff. ;S. %» Q«= WE THE CLASS OF ' 34 DESIRE To seek tlie triitli, .-mil in the srikir.i - tiiul New freedom tr:nu tlir sii.ircs of doiilit and fear. To know the world, and in tin- knowinjv hind Our soids to nobler serviee year by year. To do our work, .and in the doinji know No laek of lionor. t.ire, or honest pride. To play the man, .and in the i)laying sow No seeds of disrepute or trutii belied. To spread afar the s])irit of these halls. And in the spreadinj;- fire the soul of youtii. To keep aglow the memory of these w.alls. And in the keejiing n ' liard their innate truth. To kindle here an ever hright ' ning fire. May this be now and ever our desire. C. R. . ISEY Sw.MX, Class Poet. %S= CLASS HISTORY IT appears like ancient liistory now. On a certain day in September four years ago, when everything seemed fresh and green, a group of prospective students of the same verdant appearance first entered these halls which have now formed a sacred place in their hearts. The first week ' s experiences made us feel like " kings and queens " ; however, we soon found out that we were slaves to a little " red book " . Fred Fife, of Charlotte, N. C, was elected as our leader. Under President Fife ' s leadership our class had an unusually successful year. It was duly honored in athletics and in literary work. September, 1931 — Back after a happy and joyous vacation, as lordly Sophs, we were confident that no ill could befall us. What was there that we did not know and what could we not solve? Our number had greatly diminislied but this did not falter our steps and we pressed on toward our goal. Kenneth Hughes, of Elon College, N. C, was our leader. Staunch and true be carried us through successfully. This year we won the inter-class basketball championship for the second time and were again wtll represented on the varsity athletic teams. TTie close of the year brought us to the prime of our college career and we found the sea was not so rough after all. September, 19.32 — Walter Latham of Williamston. N. C, was elected class Presid -nt in our Junior year. During this year our rings were ordered and wear- ing this emblem of our accomplishments we felt amply repaid for the many weary hours of work — proud to be able to wear the ring of ' 3-i. Our athletics continued to uphold their previous records, winning inter-class championship and personal achievements. Kenneth Hughes was captain of basket- ball. When exams were over we could hardly picture ourselves as the sophisticated Seniors of the coming year. September, 19.33 — Seniors! It is hardly believalile — the four years have been all too swift, but our coveted goal is near at hand. Robert Kimball, of Manson, N. C, was elected to guide us through our last year. Reliable and dependable he displayed marked ability for leadership. Aubrey Winecoff was captain of the football team, and again Kenneth Hughes was captain of the basketball team, both of these seniors leading their respective teams with honor. Senior thesis ! Many hours of toil were spent in writing the book that was to show the extent of our knowledge. May 30, 1934. Our day of days. Never will we forget the exultant feeling of receiving our prize — diplomas. Now our ways must part, with each fellow student pursuing liis chosen voca- tion, but never forgetting his happy days at Elon. Frances Chandler, Historian. =eJiz JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Mike William ' ouk Louise Leigh Lavton . Wilbur Hamilton Tuck President Sccrclary-Treasurer Vice-President BILLY JACOB ANDES K M ' N Harrisonhura ' . Va. DONALD GLENN AUMAN Wt- t End. N. C. CURTIS EBERSTEN BERRY I ' M; Boston, Mass. VIRGINI.A DARE BLACK TZ I) H,inii)ton, V ' a. EUGENIA ANNE BOYD AVK Hrndfrson. X. C. SCOTT BOYD Henderson, N. C. OTIS THOMAS BRAY Norfolk. ' a. FRANK WILLIAM BURTON A II A Browns .Summit. N. C. Forly-i w =€ GEORGE R. CHANDLER Virgilina, Va. TURLEY LOUISE COBLE Haw River, N. C. MAXINE COVINGTON A YK Elon College, N. C. WILLIAM OSWIN COX Elon College, N. C. FRANCES ISABELLE DUNN AYK Star, N. C. JOHN E. GIPSON ITK Parkton, N. C. CURTIS GEORGE GRIFFIN Windsor. Va. JOHN CHESTER GRIFFIN I T K Snow Camp, N. C. 9 -3( MARVIN LINWOOD GUNN Kridsvillr, X. C. BENJAMIN T. HOLDEN, 11 ITK LouishuriT. X. C WILLIAM HENRY HORTON K TX Elliiii;t().i. X. Y. WAITERS W. HOWELL K y- N Goldslioro, N. C. LOUISE LEIGH LAYTON I ' r.iiiklinton. X. C. ERMA ELIZABETH LLOYD T Z I Mchanc. X. C. ROBERT CHASE ROLLINS 1 T K K,iiiiia|)(ilis, X. C CLIVE H. SHOFFNER A II A Snow { ' ,iiii|). X. (!. 9 IF= =© DELLA SORRELL Burlinirtoii. N. C. MILDRED LEE STEED ATK Candor, N. C. ARTHUR DONALD STEERE K r N St. Johns, Mich. WILBUR HAMILTON TUCK ' iri ' ilin,-i, Va. ALTON REID WILLIAMS HilLsboro, N. C. MIKE WILLIAM YORK A n A Staler, N. C. =e SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Lttiikr Carlton Boyd President Rebecca Smith Se er efarij-T re astir er Charles Wilmore Holmes J ' ice-President ® JENNIE B. ABERNATHY Mthanc. X. C. ERNEST EDWARD ASKEW Eure, N. C. HELEN LOUISE BARNEY Elon College, N. C. LUTHER CARLTON BOYD i: ! ' II Henderson. N. C. ORPHA ANNE BURGESS (iil).sonville, X. C. DELACY BLAIR BURKE (lihsonvilK-. X. C. HERBERT W. BURTON A II A IJrowns Summit, X. C. DRURY B. CHANDLER Durham, X. C. JESSIE MARGARET COBB Al ' K Parkton, X. C. OLIVER GEORGE COOK K TX Xorfolk, Va. Forty-seven WILLIAM LLOYD COOPER Norfolk, Va. FRANCES B. DEVINEY Elon Colk-se, X. C. UNUS FULLER EARP ITK Milton, N. C. HAZEL BER NICE FARMER Norwood, X. C. CICERO TILTON HOLT Burlington, N. C. CHARLES W. HOLMES i;«J)B Caldwell. N. J. ESTER S. HOPPENSTEDT T Z ' I ' Briarcliff Manor, X. Y. ALLEN A. LLOYD Hillslioro. X. c. HAZEL ANNIE MARTIN AY K Elkin, X. C. ALMON CHARLES MdVER :;: ' ! I! Burlinsjtoii, X. C. CHESTER A. HUGHES. JR. ITK Elon Colleffe. X. C. JOHN T. JOLLEY. JR. BoiliiiK S|)riii!is. X. C. JOHN ROBERT KERNODLE Burlington. X. C. LILLIE M. KIMBALL Manson. X. C. WILLIAM W. KIMBALL. JR. X ! ' i; Manson. X. C. EUGENE S. LANKFORD Burlington, X. f. NELLE CLYDE LEWIS W.st Knil. X. C. MELVIN MULLEN LILLEY Eurc. X. C. ELVA G. MARSHALL (iruhani. X. C. DAN WICKER MATTHEWS Mount Olive, X. C. JAMES EVERETTE NEESE Elon ColKge, N. C. ALFRED WILLIAM NELSON ITK Bris, Va. RALPH BAIN NEWMAN K W N Virgilina, Va. RHETTA E. NEWMAN WILBURN E. NEWSOME Salisbury. N. C. FANNIE MARIE PEOPLES Sil.T City, X. C. WYATT M. STEVENS Roanokf, Ala. ETHEL MAE TRUITT Gkn Raven. N. C. LAWRENCE O. TUCK ' ir ;iliiia, ' a. SAMUEL McI. WATSON. JR. K r X .Sanford. X. C. t=83= e JAPETH E. RAWLS, JR. Suffolk. Va. ELMINA C. RHODES A VK A ' iTulsor. ' a. MARTIN RITT i: J) B. A •!■ L ' Xtw York. N. Y. THOMAS ROBERT ROSSER AHA .loneslioro. X. C. HOWARD CONWAY SMITH Ki|)linj!:. N- ( ' ■ REBECCA SMITH AVK Elon College, N. C. SARA E. SMITH A r K Atlanta, Ga. GEORGE CALVIN TAYLOR •Newton, X. C. AUBREY CLAYTON TODD Norfolk. ' a. JOHN EMILU TROPPOLI N.|)tunr. X. .J. JOSE FELIX MONAL Sagua la (iramlf. t ' ulia RICHARD G. FREESE Crafton, Pa. ARCHIE HAGEN WALKER Elon Colkf.f. N. C. KATHRYN WHITAKER I ' ranklinton, X. C. ARCHIBALD S. WILLIAMS Oxford. X. C. RYLAND E. JOHNSON Junior Clas.s :;:$B Elon ColK ' Kf. X. C. FMESHMEN =e( FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Leon Edgar Sjiith, -In. President Willie 1 1. v wood Kimball Secrefari Charles Thomas Evans . Vice-Prcsithnt Nancy MAiuiAHET Caddell Trciixurcr :%» MARCELLA PEARL ACKENHOUSEN A 1- K ( ' iiu ' iiin;iti. Oiiio ELLIS DURANT ALLEN M(l.,-mc. N. C , GEORGE CRAWFORD AMICK M.l),iiif. N. V. VERNON CLEVELAND BARRETT Norfi.lk, ' a. ALFRED BEYNON BEVAN Norfolk. i. EDGAR MOORE BIGGERS Cliarlottf. N. f. EVELYN RAY BOONE T Z ' I ' Hurliiifiton. N. C. JAMES WILSON BOVARD Sharon. Pa. HELEN JOSEPHINE BRADSHAW J5urliii!itoii. N. C. LOUISE BRENDLER Irviii ton. N. .1. JOSEPH BELL BRICKHOUSE Norfolk. ' a. FIELDS PAUL BRIGGS Grtt-nshoro. N. C. THOMAS HOLLAND BRITT i; ' I I ; Suffolk. ' a. NANCY MARGARET CADDELL ATK Elon College, N. C. JOHN L. CAMERON ■loiicshoro. N. ( ' . ARTHUR CAPPA Nciitunc. N. ,J. PAUL CLYDE CHEEK Cirt ' tnsboro, N. C. MARGARET CHASON Lunihtr Bridge. N. C. WILLIAM HENRY COFFEY Lenoir, N. C. MILDRED IVA COPLAND Biirliiiiiton, N. C. JAMES ALLEN EDWARDS AHA Hen.lerson. N. C. EDYTHE ELIZABETH ERNST AYK Cincinnati. Oliio CHARLES THOMAS EVANS Cliarlotttsville, ' ,-i. VIRGINIA FAUCETTE Burlington, . C. ODESSA SUE GALLOWAY Hamlet. X. C. SIDNEY HILTON GERRINGER Greensboro, N. C. SOLOMAN SILAS GILMORE Sanford. X. C. ARMOR L.ANSON GRANGER, JR. Norfolk, Va. REBECCA JOY GRIGSBY Eion College, X. C. WILLIAM B. HALL A II A Mehane. X. C. MAYNARD HARPER Ro.inoke. . la. MARY HARRINGTON .Sanford. X. C. HUNTER RAY HERRINGTON Norfolk. Va. HILDA LEE HEATWOLE T Z ' f Biirlinnton. N. C. JANIE ESTHER HITE (iil.sonvillf. N. C. MARY ELOISE HOLLAND Holland. Va. SARA VIRGINIA HOOK TZ Klon Colk-v. N. C. JULIA FRANCES HORNE l?urliiisi;toii, X. C. RAINEY EARL HORNER I T K Kloii ColU-av. N. C. GORDON JEWELL (Janui-. X. C. TALMAGE MOTON JOBE Mcl.aiif. N. C. CATHERINE DARDEN JOLLY Holland. ' a. WILLIAM C. JONES Charlottesvilli-. ' a. JOHN THOMAS KELLY Faytttcville. N. C. WILLIE HAYWOOD KIMBALL Manson, X ' . C. DAISY PAULINE KISSELL Sanford. X ' . C. FRANCIS BUSHMAN LAMBETH A II A Urowiis . ' summit. N. ( ' . ALMA LOUISE LAMM Hurlington, X. C. =e e= BRUCE EASTMAN LEDDEN ITK Sanionl, N. C. JOSEPH HAMPTON LEE, JR. Hainpstead, N. C. LESLIE STEPHEN MANCHESTER l?iist()l, (, ' onii. GLADYS INEZ MAY GibsoMvillf, N. C. DOROTHY CUMMINGS MILLER KKm C ' ()llc,i;v. N. V. WILLIAM COBB MOSS :i: ' u Wils.m. N. C. JOHN ROBERT McDONALD C ' harlottf, X. C. VERNA ESTELL McGOUGAN Lumber ]5ri(l t ' . X. C. RALPH ERSKINE NEAL F,nslfy. Ala. SARA KAUFMAN NEESE Burliriiiton, X. C. WILLIAM JUNIUS NEESE ITK (irahain, X. C. LEON WESLEY NEWMAN X ' iryilina. ' a. WAYLAND NEWMAN Greinsboro. X ' . C PAULINE MARGARET OLIVER ( ilar (h-ovc. X. C. CLARENCE POE PARKER (iarVNliuri.-. X. C. WALTER McADOO PATTERSON IJurlinntoii. X. C. WOODROW WILSON PILAND Suffolk. ' .-i. LUKE WALTER QUERY, JR. C ' liMi-lottc. X. C. CLYDE WESLEY RUDD Klon Colk.uv. N. f. GLADYS N. SANDLIN IJiirliiiiitoii. N. C. CHARLES EDWARD SAUNDERS Kcnl)ri(lf;f. ' ,i. CLARA MAE SHOFFNER 15iirlinf;ton. N. C CURTIS ASTOR SMITH C ' li.-.rlotttsvillf. Va. LEON EDGAR SMITH, JR. Elon C ' clKj..-. N. C ' . ROY CLIFTON SMITH .Mrli.lllr. . . C. WILBERT HAYWOOD SMITH RaKifih. X. f. ROBERT JACKSON STALLINGS Kridsvillc. X. C WILLIAM RICHARD STEELE W.ixhaw. N. C. MARTHA CRAVEN SUTTON A V K Lillin-toii. X. C. MOSES GARLAND TALTON Oxtonl. X. c. POLLY ANNA TAPSCOTT F.I. .11 Collri;,-. X. C. BESSIE IVEY TEDDER .Mount (liliad. X. C. 4 =«© THOMAS RUSSEL THOMPSON Vass, N. C. BRONA PERNELL WALKER (iibsoiivillf, X. C RUDOLPH HENRY WALSER i: ' i B Sali.sbury. N. C. DANIEL THOMAS WATTS K r X Rudy. S. C. RUTH WHITE Elk-rhe, N. C. ROBERT ALWYNER WHITTEN, JR Portsmouth. Vn. KATHERINE BOYD WILSON II.-- of Wright. ' n. EMMA SOPHIE WOODSON Ihnliiiijton. X ' . C. ESTER NELL COBB Lumber Bridge. X. C. OKA TOSS HESTER Greensboro, X. C. MARY ELIZABETH BROWN ' arin;i. N. C FRANKLIN BENNETT DUNN Lui Hridi X. c. =©e Sixty 0 -q 6 ' fd V BOOK THBEE ATHLETICS 61) 6 D. C. Walker Coacli of Intrr-Collcgiate Athletics AltKUNATlIV FkKESE Ctiiiliiiii Manager =«©» Rufus ' Abby " Abernathy ■Ahhv. " the figlitiiig second base- tiian. led his team to anotlier " Little Six " conference champion- sliip. With his Captaincy and pep talk around the middle sack, lie did wliat he coukl to make the T v:: Norman " Muddy " Waters " Muddy " is the pitcher who can hit the ball as well as pitch it. When a batter from the opposing team stands at the plate to face " Muddy " , he had better watch out fnr one of Muddy " s " fast ones. Walter " Firpo " Latham ■ " Firpo " is the liuskv fellow who hohis down third base. " Firpo " can also smack that pill. Besides playing third, he can do a very good job behind the plate. Norman " Chink " Clark " Cliink " is a hard hitting, right fielder. He is off at tlie crack of tlie bat and is ready to camp un- George Chandler o. certainly lias an arm for ng a runner off the middle He is fast and does a good behind the plate. Johnny Griffin dig the low throws out of tin Besides playing first. Jolinnj timely hitter. Paul " Lefty " Cheek ■ ' Lefty ' is nut a pitcher as nicknaiiie miglit suggest. He lo ' to play the game hartl. He fast, tiashy. and a timely hitter. John Briggs Briggs comes from Bessemer, N ' orth Carolina. He is an easy go- ing smooth vorl er out there on tlie mound. He can also play a at .ind. ij - =© Sixtt -four Lawrence " Fuzzy " Tuck " Fuzzy " bats from tlie left side of the platter. When a hit is needetl and it is his time at bat you can expect " Fuzzy " to do his part. Tuck plays a very nice game in centerfield. W. " Chunker " Newsome Ole " Chunker " has a nice curve ball. Newsome is a pitcher who feels at home on second base as well as on the mound. Howard " Smitty " Smith " Sinitty " wasn ' t eligible to play in the conference games, but what games he did play in, he showed plenty of pep. He should be of great help next season. Isaac " Ike " Lindley Big " Ike " playeil left field. For his size and builtl, he could cer- tainly chase tiies. " Ike " is a good natured fellow who went into the game to win. Karl " Butch " Milligan " Butch " , sometimes called " The Pride of DeCater " , is a fast center fielder. He and " Ike " always kept the team in a good spirit by their odd remarks. William " Buddy " Glover " Buddv ■ is .1 good first baseman. Like a good many ball players, he believed that if he wore his cap a little too far on the side of his head, it would bring good luck to the team. Henry " Red " Stone " Red " is one of the men m stuck out with the team tlirou the long hours of drill. Altliou he didn ' t get to bat much, could snag the hot ones down short. Odell " Bud " Clayton " Bud " is a player He too. stuc With a yea houlil m ake itcher. the te ing BASEBALL SEASON (1933) ONCE again the editov of this stction is proud to say tliat Elon is winner of the " Little Six Conferenee " baseball title. Perhaps the greatest surprise of tlie season was Elon ' s victory over the University of North Carolina. Behind " Mud- dy ' s " pitching the team w.is able to shove across tin- plate one run wiiieh was enou£;h to beat U. N. C. P ' lon had a very succe.ssfid year. The list of games that were played are: Elon 5 Michigan State 6 Elon 1 U. N. C Elon 15 Delaware U „ 1 Elon 3 Duke U. : 6 Elon..- 4 Wake Forest 6 Elon 2 Davidson 12 Elon 2 Davidson 7 Elon 13 High Point 4 Elon 16 Guilford 7 Elon 4 Guilford 13 Elon 5 Guilford 3 Elon -— - 8 Guilford 7 Elon 6 Lenoir Rhyne -i Elon 5 Lenoir Rhyne 4 Elon 8 Lenoir Rhyne 7 Elon . 9 High Point 1 Elon 18 Catawba — 8 Total Won .11 Total lo.st 6 =©ft WiNKtOI ' I ' ' t ' llA NDLKH Cnptdiii Minia, .;- rOOTBALL =©©= - Aubrey " Dopey " Winecoff " Dopey " has made a very good raptain this year. He has been with us for the past four years. " Doi)ev " is a fast, fighting half- l.aek. Howard Smith Howard Smith, otherwise known as " Smitty, " is with us tor Ills second year. " Smitty " has ii ' rit and a fighting spirit. Martin Ritt Martin Ritt hails from New York. He is also a sophomore and a halfbaek. Ritt is full of vigor .■md is out to make sood. Hunter Harrington Hunter played a bang-up of a game at left end. He is fast, and when he snags a pass out of the air, he can really shake those legs. Norman Waters " Muddy " played in the line — left end. This is " Muddy ' s " last year here at Elon. When a man on the opposing team tried to stop him from blocking, it was too bad. Rudolph Walser Walscr, tlic noisy center; could certairdy pass that pigskin through his legs. Walser kept the " olc ginergar " going. =83 © Robert Stallings Stallings is another fast driv- ing lialfhack. It was too bad for tlie playt-r who ht liim get away. John Troppoli Troppoli is .1 Kft iiul from New Jersey. The rouglier the game the better he liked it. When he gets the ball and is sto pped by three or maybe four, he eomes up out of tile pile with a grin. Ralph Neal Neal is tiie jiile-driving full- back from Alabama. With th ' - ball tucked under his arm and head bent low. he is a human batterinu: ram. Paul Brawiey Bra why ended his four years of football this past season. If ever a player could pull out of the line and take off after the ball carrier. Brawiey could do that thing. He could certainly make his feet flv when it had to be done. Wilbur Newsome " Web " is another player who can hit that line. He plays quar- terback. When he calls for :i cer- tain play, you can back on it be- ing a trick one. Richard Freese " Dick " is .1 player who doesn ' t say much during a game, but he can certainly iiold down his posi- tion — right guard. Walter Latham Latli. ' iiii, altlioiiijli In- was not ahlr to play in the fonffrencc games, did some mi rlity fine work as a helper to Coach Walker. Archie Walker This is Areliie ' s tliirit year on Elon ' s football s(juad. He is a player of few words. He likes the game for what he can get out of it. Sidney Gerringer Gerringer is as hroad as he is tall. It took a good hall carrier to get iiast him at right tackle. Glenn Auman " They shall not pass " was An- nan ' s motto. He always fought ■verv inch of the way. Curtis Berry Berry is a New F.nglandcr and like a good many northerners, he loves foothall. He should make a good (niartcrliack for Klon next Fall. Wilbur Smith Williur is just another one of those .Smith hoys. Uut he will do anything to get in the game. He, too, fights a hard game. Seventy Archibald Williams " ]5;il(ly " is a iilaytr who is tr inu: to make good. Xixt vtai should he his year to show iiis stuff. James Bovard " Bo " is a lanky fellow. When a ball earrier is on his way around rin;ht end, he always had to fig- ure on " Bo ' s " lonsj reach. John JoUey Jolley lived U|) to his name. Like his co-worker, Walser. he was a noisv center. Oka Hester " Okie " is one of Klon ' s spark plugs. He is that kind of a Jilay- er wlio likes to " dish it " as well as " take it. " Paul Kametches " Matches " is little, hut loud He can take a lot of ])ounding for a small fellow. Kametches plays quarterback. Clyde Rudd " Bunn " didn ' t get to play in the games, but he stayed out with the team. With anntlier year of training In- sliiiuld be of value to Elon. t 1 I = Q= 1933 FOOTBALL SEASON Hoorah ! boys, mark another down for Dear Ole Elon. Elon won the " Little Sir Conference " title in football. The team had some very good players and went into the game witli that old thini; wliieh we eall " i rit ' . Here is the list of games played: Sept. 2. ' i — Davidson 6 Elon - Sept. 30 — Emory Henry 2i Elon . Oct. 7 — Langley Field 6 Elon 7 Oet. M — Roanoke 20 Elon 6 Oct. 21 — Randol])h-Maeon Elon 2C, Oet. 28 — Naval Apprentice 6 Elon 46 Nov. I— W. C. T. C. 6 Elon 45 Nov. 11 — Lenoir Rhyne Nov. 28 — Guilford 13 Elon . ., 13 -5= K. Hughes Winecoff Captain Manager = Q Kenneth Hughes, Captain Tills is IIuj;hes ' last year at Elon. He was captain of the baskethall team last year also. He has served Elon well at right guard. Ryland Johnson W hat a mail I What a man ! He can hold tliat basketball in one hand and throw it like a baseball. " Obie " ))layed a ver} ' good game at center. John Cameron Here ' s Hughes ' running mate and while he is a dif- ferent type of guard, he is due no less credit. Lawrence Tuck Perhaps the most accu- r.ite shot on the team was " J ' uzzy " . On " crip " shots, rarely missed. Tuck played forward. Alfred Bevan ,lust .1 continuation of the same Hash and aggres- siveness that has been heard of so often in football and baseball, Alfred feeds ' em to those who love to loop them into the basket. Scvcnfi ' four =9«= Ernest Askew " Ernnit " looks like a tuillion dollars on the court. And who knows what he would do with a little more experience and a little less competition ? James Bovard " Bo " found it hard to get a good start. He didn ' t have to do any high jumping, be- cause he is six feet and five inches tall. John Kelly Killv is a very good guard. It takes a fast run- ner to get ahead of him. Curtis Berry " Curt " is a very good prospect for one of the guard ])ositions next year. He is fast and has a good eve for tlie basket. William Story " Bill " is another tall f.l low. He loves the game ami did his part to help the team. This is " Bill ' s " last year. %S =oaxr Seventy-five Jan. 3— Elon 33 Jan. .5 — Elon 30 Jan. 10— Elon 30 Jan. 12— Elon 34 Jan. 15 — Elon 35 1933-34 BASKETBALL SEASON A LTHOUGH we did not win tlit- conferLntc titli-, wc tied Guilford for it. This - ■ • year ' s ttani was fast, and was made up of nun who could sink tiic hall into the ba.sket. With most of the team back next year, Elon should go u]) to the top and bag another title. THE SCHEDULE FOR THE SEASON Greensboro " Y " 22 American U 19 Guilford 23 Langley Field 42 Naval A|)prentiee 17 Jan. 20— Elon 23 High Point 27 Jan. 2.5 — Elon 38 Lenoir Rhyne 28 Jan. 27— Elon 42 W. C. T. C 35 Jan. 30 — Elon 35 Catawba 28 F b. 5 — Elon 29 Roanoke 36 Feb. 6 — Elon 36 Hampden Sydney 37 Feb. 7 — Elon ..18 Randolph-Macon 23 Feb. 8 — Elon 45 U. Delaware 22 Feb. 9 — Elon 35 George Washington .51 Feb. 10— Elon 23 St. John 32 Feb. 14— Elon .....48 Guilford 42 Feb. 1.5 — Elon 35 Davidson 34 Feb. 16— Elon 39 Catawba 32 Feb. 17 — Elon 28 Lenoir Rhyne 40 Feb. 20— Elon 34 A. C. C. 23 Feb. 21— Elon 27 Roanoke 43 Feb. 23 — Elon 36 High Point 18 Miss Ciiii.ds Johnson Miss A.ndkuson Women ' s Viycrlur Men ' s Director Inxlriirtar INTRAMURAL SPORTS =©( :: - ifc VAKSITY TENNIS HiNTON Roi ' NTUEE Coach Drlmont Ghiffin Captn ' in and Manager Ben. T. Holuen, II Mike York Mahtin Ritt George Taylor L. E. Smith. Jr. Vernon Barrett rr HE prospects of tennis this year look exceedingly good. Coach Rountree has been hard at work with his men and they have been fighting their opponents. Tile players are showing liow well they can cDoiJerate and wr shoiihl have no worry about their playing. This year we have Ben T. Holden, II, from Louisbiirg. who lias sliown us how to play a good game. We are expecting great tilings from this team with such men as York, Griffin and Smith. Seventy-eight Q 9= First lioxc: C. A. Huf.lus, Jr., C. Evans. M. York. R. NCwnian. Second lime: E. F. Jolinson, Coaili, C. .lonos. W. Xcwsonu-. M. Hitt. L. NVwinan. BOXING TEAM 130 1 ' " ' •■ ' ■ ' introductd for tlii ' first time at Elon this year as a collt ;iatf sport. Quite an interest was aroused on the part of the boys in the manly art of self- defense and active training was conducted in the girls ' gymnasium where a specially constructed rjng and equi])ment was installed. A favorable team was developed and with a little more exijerience and careful tutorship should be able to enter into inter- collegiate competition with other schools next year. Actual conipi titioii. tliis year, consisted of two exhibition matches and one inter-collegiate match with Oak Ridge ' s undefeated team, which resulted in lour draws .ind one k. o. in a special bout, whicli did not count in tlu ' tlnal score. =g( JUNIOR CLASS BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS TT URING the hasketball season, while the varsity was on its trips, the elasses organizeil teams, whieh sliowed imieh pep and interest in their )ilaving and the spirit aroused hy the inter-class competition was high. John Griffin. Junior star, was the high scorer of the whole aggregation with fifty-nine points to his credit. As the season went: Juniors won lost Sofjliomores won 3 lost Freshmen . , won . ' ' lost Seniors won lost Front Enxc: Pnulinc Kisscll. ,) • il• t nlili. Elmina Rhodes, Dick Kiinliall. Second Roxc: Katlivvn Wliitnkcr, Rtd J?;xili- v. Nell Lewis. Alma Smith. Pauline Oliver. Third Roxc: Martlia Anderson. Marcella Ackenhausen, Jennie Belle Ahernathy, Fannie Peoples, Isabelle Dunn. Miss Floyd Childs. GIRLS ' BASKETBALL rr HE ijirls ' hasketliall teams are showing us some hard work tliis year. We don ' t realize tliat we iiave sueh good material until tliey get on the Hoor. The teams are both strong. Our best forward comes to us from Atlantic University — Red Bailey. Bailey played on tlic varsity team at the Universit) ' and has continued her good work here. Kimball and Ackenhausen, both forwards, sliow speed and aceur.icv. We are fortunate in having Oliver. Dunn and Smith as guards. .Smith also came to us from tlie University and has slmwn gootl work hen-. Our jmnp- centers. Peoples and Wliitaktr. are very strong. Both teams look good and uiidir the eapililr le.ulcrsliip of Coach .Viulevson we are expecting great things from them. % «rp )«= =6©: Front lio-cc: Pauliiif Kisstll, Jfs.sie Cobb. Elinina Rhodes, Dick Kimball, Martha Anderson. Srcond Hmc: Mary Harrington, Fannie Peoples. Cat ,(olly, Pauline Oliver. Third Uoxc: Jennie Belle Abernathy, Louise Brendler. Alma .Smith. Red Railey, Kat Whitaker, and Belle Dunn. GIRLS ' BASEBALL rr HE girls ' baseball nine looks good to us this year. Coach Anderson is work- - - hard with the team and it looks very promising. It shows much improvement over last year. The cooperation of the team is remarkable and we have no fear of its .success. Second baseman Bailev Fielders Morris, Black, Brendler Short-stop . Kissell Catcher .Abernathy Third baseman Holden First baseman . . Smith, A. Pitcher Oliver o S c .J J1 jx X : 6 " ? BOOK rouM SPONSORS KN Mrs. a. F. Perkins S piiiisdr Pliipsicli jNIiss Virginia Faucett Sponsor Student Senate I 1 1 i ) i Miss Sakaii Johnston Sponsor Senior Class INIis.s Cj.aka Dki, Foglemax Sponsor Jiascball c Mn BOOK rivE ORGANIZATIONS STUDENT OFFICERS BliADsHAW HoLi. ND Prcsidrnt Stiiili-iil Had if AUHREY O. WiNECOFF I ' rc.sidfllt Stllclcilt Sflltltf Pathkia Holden ...President Student Conned ©«= =©§:»- G@ STUDENT SENATE CtTRTis (jeorce Grifi ' ix Senior Norman Browx Waters Senior Robert Moiuus Kimball Senior William Joseph Stoky . - Senior Alton Reid Williams Junior William Henrv Horton Junior John V.. (iipsoN Junior William Weldon Kimhall, Jr. Sophomore Alfred William Nelson Sophomore Clarence Poe Parker -- Freshman « STUDENT COUNCIL Alma Amklia Smith MARdlERITE EdKRTON HaIUIIS ' iii(;ixiA LorisK Jay Senior Senior Senior Frances Chandler . . Senior Eugenia Anne Boyd Junior Louise Leicii I.aytox Junior Frances Isabelli-. Dunn Junior Esther Smith Hoi ' PENstedt Sophomore RiiETTA Elizahetii Newman SopJiomore Odessa Sue (Jallohav Freshm an -= G= Y. M. AND Y. W. C. A. CABINETS Y. M. C. A. FiiRD Miller President Rill Horton I ' ice-Presitlent Mike York Secrefiiri and Treasurer Y. W. C. A. MAU(iiEuiTE Cooper President Louise Lavton Vice-President Frances Chandler Seereiari and Treasurer =« =- ELON SINGERS DwiGHT Steere, Director Fletcher !Moore, Accompanist SOPRANOS Helen Chamblee. Instructor of Voice Frances Deviney Rebecca Smith ' irf;inia Jay Alma Amelia Smith Patricia Hokjtn Sara Virginia Hook Eloise Holland Jennie Belle Ahernatliy Martha Sutton Jo} ' Grijjsliy Pauline Oliver Hazel P ' armer TKNORS Hampton Lea, Jr. Oliver Cook C. Ramsey Swain F. O. Perkins Ben T. Holdcn. II ALTOS Virginia Dare Black Esther Hoppenstedt Catherine Jolly Iris Albright Martha Anderson Maxine Covington Sue Galloway Kathi-yn Whitaker Vera Gerringer BASSES Arthur Steere William Horton Thomas Britt Mike ' ork Billy Andes L. E. Smith. .Ir. George Taylor Curtis Smith 9«= =e(B= DELTA PSI OMEGA Cast No. 3 1 National Iloiiorar Fratcniiti Martin Ritt Director Paul Tayi.ok Stage Manager VnuiiNiA ,Iav Business Manager Naomi Stttd Thflma Morris Patricia Holdin Mrs. C. M. Cannon MarKUL-ritc Harris F. O. Perkins ©g= - )«= MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION Swain, C. Ramsey Granger. A. L.. Jr. Taylor. Paul Kelly, .lohn T. Kiinl.all. Hol. ' rt Jewell, (iordon Hyde. F. E. Neese. Junius Andes. Billy Harper. Maynard Gipsoii. .loliti Parker, C. P. Neese. J. Everette TIion]|)S()n. Russell St.vens. Millard Wliitten. Robert To,j l, Aul.rey C. Marshall, (iordon Ninety-nine - j- Pf.I!KIXS C.MDILL PHIPSICLI STAFF F. O. Perkixs Editur-iii Chief T. R. Caudill Business Manager C. Ramsey Swain Associate Editor Alma Amelia Smith Compiler and Ti pist R. A. Whitten, Jr. 1 Advertising Manager A. W. Nelson Athletic Editor Edythe Ep.nst Assistant Advertising Manager One Hundred SOCIAL CLUBS Q9= =eG= ALPHA PI DELTA F. O. Perkins C. Ramsey Swain Mike William York Frank Burton Clive H. Shoffner Hchcrt Burton Thomas Rosser William Hall Francis Lambeth James Edwards HONORARY MEMBERS Dr. T. E. Powell Rev. Alfred W. Hurst Rev. A. Rav ' an Cleave © Hinnln-(l Til ' . -eQ«= IOTA TAU KAPPA Auhny Winrcoff Tyr.ll Cnulill Kriiiutli Hiiirlies Ben T. H..l(lr„ Holurt Rollins Alfr.d Nelson John C. (iriftin U. FulltT Earp C. A. Hunlus. Jr. William J. Neese 15nuc l..(l(lrn John (ni.son liaincv Horner H()N()|{. KV rKMBKRS Prof. J. W. H.irn.y I) an A. I.. Hook Dr. N. F. liranno.k R v. J. W. I ' atton -t )3= ;y5ia -Cf= =e One Hundred Thr =« TAU ZETA PHI ' irninia I.ouist- ,hiv Alma Amelia Smith Marsiartt Louise Bailey Mariiiu ' i-ite F.fjerton Harris Iris Uldern Alt.ri.Jiht Thelma A is Morris Erina Eliiiahetli Lloyd V ' irginia Dare Black Esther Hoppenstedt Kathryii Whitaker Hilda Hcatwole E elvn Boone Sara Virginia Hook HONORARY MEMBERS Mrs. Snuggs Mrs. Gulley Mrs. Steere Mrs.. Hunter = Q Ohc Hvvdred Foi KAPPA PSI NU Paul Taylor Sam Watson Fkt( ii.r Mo.; ire Gcorjre Taylor ]5r,i(l sh.iw IL oIIm.kI Arthur Steere Willi .110 Hor ton W. W. Howell Oliver Cook li.il|)li Xewnian Billy Andes Dan Watts HONORARY MEMBERS Prof- . Dwiiiht Stccrt- Prof. Henry I.. Snuggs Earl V ' iekers Onp Hiinilrid Five =© DELTA UPSILON KAPPA Frances Chandler Christine Yarborouijh Martha Anderson Marjorie Jones Naomi Steed Isabel le Dunn Eugenia Boyd Elmina Rhodes Maxine Covington Marcella Ackenhousen Hazel Martin Jessie Cohl. ilartlia Sutton Edythe Ernst Nancy Caddell Rebecca Sniitli HONORARY MEMBERS Lila Newman Jeaiutte Neiderlander Pauline Slioop Wilma J. Potts Naomi Brady Floyd Childs Helen Chamblee One Hundred Six SIGMA PHI BETA Robert Kimball J. T. Chappt-l. Jr. Xoriii;in Wattrs Curtis Berry Luther Boyd Thomas Britt William Cooper William Cox Charley P van.s Delmont Ciriffin Charley Holmes Kvjand .liilmson John Kernodle W. W. Kimball Walter Latham Almon Melver I ' rrd Millrr William Moss Luke ( uery Jaj.e H.-.wls Martin Hitt Garland ' I ' alton Rudy Walser Alton Williams li.ildv William: IIONOHAin MK.MHKRS Dr. W. C. Wieker P ' ol. 1.. D. Martin 1 ' . 15. Corbov o,ir Ihiiidnil Siven PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL Bradshaw Holland, President Kappa Psi Nil F. O. Peukins - llpha Pi Delta Virginia Jav Tan Zetn Phi Alfred Nelson Iota Tan Kappa Naomi Steed Delta Upsilon Kappa Fred Miller Sigma Phi Beta One Hiitulird Eiflht =9 TT OR the successful pu])Iic:iti()n of this book I am deeply indebted to Zamsky Studio, Inc.. for tlieir ])roni])t and wilhng service. Special credit is due ]Mr. M. L. Glover, who originated and drew the art theme of this book; and to Mr. Frank Fleming, who gave liberally of his expert knowledge and business ability, and co-operated in every way possible to make the book a success. F. O. PERKINS. Editor. =©e (Jni- Hiimlrcd Te TO THE STUDENTS: In the trading radius of Elon there are those who have sacrificed that our college might continue to exemplify the ideal which it has kept before it since its organization. Those who have advertised in the 1934 Phipsicli are mem- bers of the above group. They deserve our support. We have pledged it to them. Advertising plays a vital part in the publication of a college annual. Will you not support those who help us so that they will continue to support us in the future? Coinjtiinunts of TROLLINGER ' S FLORIST liurliiiiiton. X. C Cowplimcnt.s of J. c. Penny Co. Bur inj;t(in, X. C. Burlin gton Drug Co. Opposite Farainount Tl latrc Elon H.a, ' ) ■■■ " ■ t.i-s • n-r Appr ■natr ' our Pai ronage Oil ' ' Hunilnil Eluven BtMUfjeroK ' .MC. Ladies ' Ready-to-VVear Men ' s Clothing and Furnishings ' Qi(alifi With Price " BURLINGTON, N. C. Mebane Shoe Store BURLLNGTON IVe Invite Your Patronage St;ir Biiiiul Shoes For Men and Women A. D. PATE CO. PRINTING Cc Telephone 216 rner Diivis and Worth Streets BURLINGTON. N. C. BURKE ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Fd.sIiioiKihlf Uc(idii-T()-]W ' (ir For ( ' dIUi c Men And IVonuii GlHSOXVII.I.K, N. C. NORTH CAROLINA THEATRES, INC. Burlington, N. C. A Trade Mark of Qiialiti , Coiirtesi , Service Carolina and Paramount " AJawancc Coiititi ' .s Lcadincj IVicatres " Om- Hundieil Twelve Students and Faculty of ELON COLLEGE Are Al -ays Welcome At S K L L A R S Congratulations Graduates We join with your many friends and relatives in con- gratulating you on your rec- ord at Elon College, and wish- ing you much success in later Remember your college you go through life. There is something tradi- tional about this store . . . Just as there is about your college. We have served thousands of people for many years, while Elon has taught many valuable lessons to hundreds of men and women. Come to Sellars for newest styles in men ' s, women ' s and children ' s ready-to-wear, as well as piece goods. B. A. SELLAKS SONS INCOHFOH.VTKJ) ClHf Hundred Tliirliien =©e C. F. NEESE Jcxvdcr and Optometrist Established 1870 Gift Jrrcelri — Elgin Jf ' atclws Alamance Printing Co. Programs — Office Forms Engraving PHONE 384 Andrews Street Burlington, N. C. .1. K. Slieet and Cny B. Kpliliind RCA Victor World-Wide Radios Knjov Tlie Tlirill of " tioing For Distanc Witli The Whole World Before Yo i ()Ti The RCA Victor Radio M. B. SMITH Burlington, N. C. " It ' s Related to Hard- tcare, It ' s Kin To Burlington Hardware Company A Complete Stock Always " The dilisoii " Musical Instru- iiiriits. Tin- World ' s Best " NEW AND USED PIANOS PhiKo Radios Electric and Batten Easy Terms to " good payiiii: people " C. B. Ellis Music Co. Burlington, N. C. {■iS years in same town) © Ihir Huvdrcd Finirtc Carolina Barber Shop Skilled liarhi-rs To Serve You Burlington. N. C. Com )li)iHiits of T. N. BOONE Carolina ' s Leading Tailors lUirlinjrton. N. C. GATE CITY MOTOR COMPANY, INC. Chrysler Plymouth U. S. Tires and Tubes 15urliiiirti)n. N C. C. A. LEA Ta.ri and U-Drive-lt Service I ' ront Street lU HI.INCJTON Phon.- 777 - =©3= One Hundred Fifteen ELON COLLEGE The foUotcing fcicts commend and invite i ou to Eton College: Ideally Located Splendidly Equipped Educationally Thorough Scholastically High Athletically Excelling Socially Commendable Morally Inspiring Religiously Sound Vocationallj ' Guided Highly Recommended Nationally Recognized Fully Approved Officially Accredited Economically Desirable South Entrance Gates to Campus Professional training for business, teachers, and religious workers a specialty. Thorough foundational work for other professions. EXPENSES FOR 1934-35 REDUCED Leon Eikjak Smith, President ELON COLLEGE, N. C. One Hundred Sixteen Sitiillf S Telephones: . Pennvpacker 6190 • ' ' Pennypacker 8070 ZAMSKY STUDIO, INC. 902 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. This year we have completed the photographic work for over a hundred schools and colleges, and the photographs in this book are an ex- ample of our uniform qualitj ' and fine work- manship. A telejihone call will bring our representative to your school, or if you ])refer, write for par- ticulars about our special school rates, and contracts for school publications. One Hundred Seventeen IN uccesslully lull.lling the tFqulremenU o( the modern Collegr ' Annual Sl.(( w. h.,e eomtlned a comprehensive and iyilem.llc civicing program with that high standard of quality so essential In production of fine yearboolis. Lynchburg engraved annuals are b, an organl.allon speclallring on school annuals e.cluslvely, by assuring each staff of the personal and Intelligent assistance 50 necessary In the planning and designing of a truly satisfactory book. LYNCHBURG ENGRAVING ■COMPANY- LYNCHBURG • VIRGINIA (J rtuIdeA a CB tt ' L. nruLoh- =©e= 0»f Hundred IHi hteen Unusual Excellence is Never the Result of Chance In producing school publications, we endeavor to render a helpful and constructive service directed tov ard enabling a student staff to issue a representative and distinctive pub- lication. In connection with our new and modern printing plant we maintain a large Art and Service Department where page balance, typography and complete decorative and illustrative motifs are created and worked out. Queen City Printing Company zA (sompleie ( er vice for chool l ublications CHARLOTTE, N. C. Vrintn-s of the 1934 Ph I PSICLI =©§ One Himilriil .Mitrtve AUTOGRAPHS


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