Elon University - Phi Psi Cli Yearbook (Elon, NC)

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This book belongs to Earl Danieley Elon College, NC 27244 :• - -5 ■ ! JS ' ? D. B. Harrell, JR., Ed to ..?m■pt ' fe|:; EvELYN Moore, Business Manager ' . ' . ' . 11 " ,» wrii ■;jK t 1948 |WVi» «s u V ;« ' W ' wVv vV, i ' ' W ' v-. ■ WlfX ' »Jifrj-M ' Q-: :■■■ i ' ' trtltwV( M DEDICATED TO Mr. Willicini Bnioks Triiitt WILLIAM lilUHlhS TIUIITT Mr. William Brooks Truitt is a native North Carolinian, born and reared in Greensboro. He is a public spirited citizen, a life-long member of the church and a faithful Christian worker. He has taught the Philathea Bible Class of the First Christian Church for more than forty years. Mr. Truitt is a graduate of State College and has become an industrialist of the first rank. He was connected with Carolina Steel and Iron Works of his city for a number of years. Recently Mr. Truitt and his sons organ- ized and incorporated the Truitt Manufacturing Company of Greensboro. He is president of the company. Under his initiative and guidance his company has grown to be a factor in the industrial life of Greensboro and of the nation. Mr. Truitt is a member of the Board of Trustees of our college and has worked tirelessly for its advancement. He has contributed generously to its support. We, the Class of 1948, take great pleasure in dedicating our college annual, the Phipsicli, to Mr. William Brooks Truitt. We dedicate our- selves to the future advancement of our college. With Camera IN THESE PAGES we present life at Elon 1947-1948. We believe it ' s a true picture, and hope you agree. Our senior class is a composite of the beginnings of many freshmen classes at Elon. However, this last year together has given us a sense of unity and accomplishment. Life at Elon is something special, something that has meaning and a sense of faith to each Elonite. and Pen WE ALL HAVE MEMORIES, memories too numerous and too diverse to record individually, but, we hope that this annual will in future years give you in pictures and prose the best of Elon. By the best, we mean you as seen from the eyes of your professors, your classmates and from Elon — as a whole. : M ' lave become a part of us with your by-words, smiles and friendly greetings. We ' ll miss you and look forward to the time when we will return just as we are looking forward to that last journey down the aisle of Whitley to pick up those " sheep-skins. " No, it ' s not that we ' re happy to leave Elon and you but we ' re happy of the fact that we have accom- plished our undertakings and can say with pride and pleasure, it is to you the students that . . . WE UEIHCATE 10 •4 r ' H 1 W K- -- ' ' (i I mi i — - I IlIlJ I I HF I ' HII ' SICM (JF NINFTFFN FHMTY FinHT The PRESIDENT TO THE CLASS OF 1948: Young people of today are confronted with unrealized and unexcelled opportunities. Often times apparent misfortunes are transformed into challenging privileges. The fruits of diligence and cooperation are abundantly rewarding. You of the Class of 1948 have met the challenges of the college campus, helped to solve some of its problems, and have set high standards in scholarship and social achievements for suc- ceeding classes. The administration is proud of you and wishes for you every possible success and happiness in life. Leon Edgar Smith, President. Administmtion DEANS To the Class of 1948: My heartiest congratulations upon your graduation and my best wishes for many opportunities in which you can achieve both success and happiness throughout your life. I have derived much pleasure from my association with you. Dean of Women. Christina Hardy, To the Seniors: And now your graduation day is herel Soon you will take leave of the halls and colonnades of Elon, seeking greater worlds to conquer. With sadness I " bid you fond adieu, " for we were freshmen together, you as students and I as dean. Four glorious years, four tumultuous years, four years filled with activity, growth and achievement; and now — your graduation. I feel a deep sense of kinship with the Class of " 48, and wish for you, individually and collectively, the best that the world may offer. As the years go by, may you look back upon those you spent at Elon, and say of them that they were happy and rewarding years. And looking forward, giving your best to God and man, may your lives be long and pleasant on the earth. Sincere best wishes to each of you! D. J. BOWDEN. Dean of the College. f John Willis Barney, Professor of English. A.B., Elon College; Graduate work: Columbia University, University of Virginia, University of North Carolina. Ned Faucette Brannock, Chairman of Department of Natural Sciences: Professor Chemistry. A.B., M.A.. Elon College; M.S., Columbia University; Litt.D., Defiance University, University of North Carolina. William Edward Butler, Jr., Business Manager. A.B., Elon College. William Garland Causey. Assistant Coach. A.B., Elon College. Albert V. Coble, A ssistant Professor of Mathematics. A.B., Elon College; com- pleted residence work for M.A., University of North Carolina. James Earl Danieley, Instructor in Chemistry. A.B., Elon College; Graduate work: University of North Carolina. Stuart C. Deskins, Chairman of Department of Education and Psychology, Profes- sor of Education. A.B., M.A., Elon College; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina. Russell L. Dunlap, Assistant Professor of English. Diploma, Douglass Business College; B.S. in Education, State Teachers College, Slippery Rock, Pa.; Litt.M., University of Pittsburg; Graduate Work, Duke University and University of Nancy. Richard Monroe Haff, Professor of Biology. A.B., College of the City of New York; M.A., Columbia University; Ph.D., Cornell University. Mildred Haff, Assistant Professor of Mathematics. A.B., Cornell University; M.A. Cornell University. Hans E. Hirsch. Chairman of the Departmejits of Social Sciences and Languages. Professor of History. Hoehere Reifepruefung Realgymnasium Mannheim, Uni- versity of Frankfort-on-the-Main, University of Heidelberg. University of Vienna; Ph.D., University of Munich. Vera C. Hirsch, Assistant Professor of French and German. L ' Ecole Francaise Girard, St. Petersburg (Russia), (B.A.) Gedda Gymnasium. St. Petersburg (Russia), Alliance Francaise in Paris. Studies at University of Paris (Sorbonne), Paris (France), University of Munich, Certificate of the German Academy, Munich. Alonzo Lohr Hook, Registrar, Chairman of the Department of Mathematics, Pro- fessor of Physics. A.B., M.A., Elon College; M.S., Cornell University; Additional Graduate work: Johns Hopkins University, University of Chicago, Duke Uni- versity. James Howell. Chairman of Department of English and Dramatic Arts, Professor of English. A.B., Guilford College; M.A., University of North Carolina; Ph.D., University of North Carolina. Winnie C. Howell, Assistant Librarian. Asheville Normal College; University of North Carolina; Appalachian State Teachers College. Evelyn Hodgens, Instructor in Voice. A.B., Furman University; M.A., Columbia University Emily C. Johnson, Assistant Professor of Business Administration. A.B., Uni- versity of Kentucky. Oma U. Johnson, Librarian. Ph.B., A.B., Elon College; B.S., Columbia Uni- versity. Pearl S. McDonald, Assistant Professor of English. A.B., Maryville College; M.A., University of North Carolina. Fletcher Moore, Chairman of Department of Fine Arts and Music, Professor of Piano and Organ. A.B.. Elon College; M.A., Columbia University; Juilliard School of Music; Piano Student of Sascha Gorodnikki and Guy Maier. Frances Muldrow, Assistant Professor of Spanish and French. A.B., Georgia State College for Women; M.A.. Duke University. Lila Clare Newman, Assistant Professor of Art. Ph.B.. Elon College; Graduate work: Columbia University and Harvard University. Cloyd Woodrow Paskins, Associate Professor of History and Sociology. B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College; M.A., Duke University; Graduate work: University of California, Louisiana State University. Lindsey J. Perry, Chairman of Department of Health and Physical Education. Professor of Physical Education. A.B., Elon College, M.A., University of North Carolina. 14 9 OUR FACULTY .1948 M 15 Fciciilty J. L. Pierce, Projessor of Health and Physical Education. A.B., High Point College; M.A., Uni- versity of North Carolina. Paul S. Reddish. Associate Professor of Biology. B.A., Duke University: M.A., Duke University; Work toward Ph.D., Duke University. Ferris E. Reynolds, Chairman of Department of Philosophy and Religion. Professor of Religion and Greek. A.B., Butler University; B.D., S.T.JVI., Hartford Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Uni- versity of Edinburgh, Scotland. W. W. Sloan, Associate Professor of Religion and Bible. B.A., College of Wooster; B.D., Presby- terian Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Northwestern University; Graduate work: Northwestern University, University of Minnesota, University of Oklahoma. Bessie Sloan, Assistant Professor of Spanish. A.B., State College of Washington; M.A., North- western University. Nellie A. Stauffer, Assistant Dean of Women. Chicago Conservatory of Music. Bessie E. Walldroff, Assistant Professor of Biology. A.B., Syracuse University; M.A., St. Law- rence University. John Westmoreland, Assistant Professor of Piano and Organ. A.B., Elon College; M.A., Columbia University. Vanda Kathryn Whicker, Assistant Professor in Physical Education. B.S., Appalachian State Teachers College. Faculty Members Not Pictured Here: Elizabeth R. Smith, Instructor in Dramatic Arts. A. B., Elon College; Professional study : Irvine Studio for the Theatre, New York City. Ellen A. Reynolds, Associate Professor of Home Economics. B.S., University of Kentucky; A.M., University of Chicago; Ph.D., University of Chicago. Thomas B. Kemp, Professor of Piano. B.M., Peabody Conservatory. George A. H. Johnson, Chairman of Department of Business Administration and Secretarial Prac- tice. Professor of Business Administration. B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute; M.S., V.P.I. Nancy L. Keen, Instructor in English. A.B., College of William and Mary; Graduate work: University of Mexico; Norfolk Division of William and Mary College. 16 The Field Secretary OUR FIELD SECRETARY, Mr. Paul C. Plybon, is responsible for all contacts between Elon College and all high schools and handles all applications for students applying for entrance to college. He has charge of all dormitory assignments for incoming students, also housing for married and single veterans, this including the sixty-six apartments. The Field Secretary is the liaison between the college and the Federal Government for such equipment, buildings and other facilities that are available to colleges and uni- versities through the Federal Agencies. He serves as purchasing agent for all building material that is to be purchased on the larger scale for the college. He is also in charge of all public relations. The Ahiiiini Oltue THE ALUMNI OFFICE was established at Elon College, with an executive secretary employed for full time work in March 1946. The purpose in establishing this office was to organize the alumni of Elon College into an active association, whose interest would be the promotion of Elon. To publish a monthly newspaper, that would carry news of the alumni and activities on the campus. Mr. James F. Darden, class of 1943, was se- lected to serve as the first full time executive secretary of the Elon College General Alumni Association. 17 ...STUDENT Wayne Taylor President oj Student Body Ralph Edwards Vice President Jeanne Meredith Secretary Bill Staford Treasurer • " «?. NiTv A4taf ! THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT power of Elon College is vested in the students of the college by a constitution granted by the Administration. The Senate is the boys government body while the Council is the girls government body. The Coil mil Betty Benton President of Council 18 GOVERNMENT . . . 1948 The activities of these two are correlated by the Student Body Officers and the business of the Student Body is carried on at the Monday morning assemblies in Whitley Auditorium. The offenders of the various rules are tried before the Senate and Council at times specified by the presidents of these bodies. The officers of the Student Body are elected from the various classes. The members of the Senate and Council are representatives of the cross-sectional view of the students. The Seiicite Warren Ellington President of Senate 19 tK-ttt v ' ' 20 . - •--- £Xi l !«? " « ' •« 19 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President D. B. Harrell, Jr. Vice President Claude Comer Secretary Maxine Cole Treasurer Sylvan Routh (Marion Chase Senate Representatives ' „ (Wayne Smith iIrma Graham Council Representatives { (Anne Griffin 22 Seniors BEING A CLASS made up of students of which very few entered Elon ' s gates together as Freshmen, our early memories of Elon aren ' t at all diversified. During the " war years, " numerous faces disappeared from the ranks of Elon students and have slowly drifted back to form the Class of " 48. During the past two years, we have come to know each other, share our ideas, and acquire a feeling of unity. Now, we are leaving again but this time for a different and more profitable purpose. Yes, " Our Day, " the day that we have looked forward to so long has finally come. With a mingled feeling of regret and happiness, we will now step from the role of a college student into a world awaiting us and our contributions. Allen Argenbright Ascue Bailess Allen, Lemuel Carl, Jr., Bunnlevel, N. C. Business Administration; I.T.K.; Vice President of Senate; Student Faculty Committee 4; Band 1. 2; Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4; Veteran Club 3; Student Assistant Department of Business Administration 2, 3, 4; Commencement Marshal 3; Who ' s Who Among Students 7t! American Colleges and Uni- versities. Argenbright, Elinor, 103 Euole Drive, Euola, Pa. English; Panvio Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4; House Council 3, 4; Treasurer P.L.S. 2, 3; Vice President 4; Sp anish Club 2; International Relations Club 3; Education Club 2; Maroon And Gold 4; Elon Players 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3. Ascue, Verna Lee, Elon College, N. C. Home Economics; Household Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Day Students Organiza- tion 1, 2, 3, 4. Bailess, Erna Carter, Burlington, N. C. Home Economics; Day Students Organization. -Senior 24 Baker Benton Brady Brownie Chiss- Baker, Newell Edward. Jr., Box 1131. Burlington, N. C. Transfer from Guilford College. Benton. Elizabeth Curtis. 2921 Somme Avenue, Norfolk, Va. English; A K; Sophomore Class President: Elon Players 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary 2; Education Club 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; Marooyi and Gold 1, 2, 3 managing Editor 3. Columnist 2, 3; Associate Editor of Phipsicli 3, 4 Commencement Marshal 3; Diet Control Board 2; Social Committee 4, Women ' s Student Council 3. 4; Treasurer 3; President 4; Student Faculty Committee 4; House Council 3; Pan Hellenic Council 4; Who ' s Who Among Students In American Colleges and U7iwersities; Delta Psi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Association; Senior Cabinet 4; Library Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4. Brady, Lorraine Waugh. Elon College, N. C. English; Education Club; Art Club; Day Student Organization; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Brownie. Lewis Hildry. 704 Stewart St.. S. Norfolk, Va. Physical Education; Transfer from William and Mary; Varsity Football 3, 4. 25 Burch Campbell Carson Caudle ■Senior Burch, Jack Melvin, Route 1, Burlington, N. C. Math.; Cheer Leader 3; Dramatics 3; Dr. Johnson ' s Literary Society Campbell, Amy, 247 Christopher St., Upper Monclair, N. J. n K T Elon Players 3, 4; Vice President 4; Choir 3; I.R.C. (Recording Sec- retary, 3, 4. Carson, Edwin H., Jamesville, N. C. Business Adm.; LT.K.; Day Student Organization; Education Club 4; Com- merce Club 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. 1. Caudle, Everett Dinnerson, Box 143, Franklinville, N. C. Business Adm.; Transfer from Brevard. 26 Chandler Chase Clayton Cobb CIc ' ISS- Chandler, Flo Margaret, Route 5, Burlington, N. C. T , ! ' ; Business Adm.; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Household Arts Club 2, 3; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Junior Attendant (May Day); House President 4; Council 4; Pan Hellenic Council 4; Commercial Club 4; Secretary Pan Hellenic Council 4; May Day Queen 4. Chase, Marion B., Jr., Fremont, N. C. Business Adm.; I.T.K.; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, President 4; Education Club 4; Dr. Johnsons Literary Society 2, 3; Senate 2, 4; Veterans Club 2, 3, 4. Clayton, John Elvin. Route 2, Durham, N. C. Physical Education; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Most Valuable Player (Basketball) 3. Cobb, Edna McCall, Box 43, Elon College, N. C. Business Adm. 27 Cole Comer Copeland Dickson Cole, Maxine Stewart, Jackson Springs, N. C. Home Economics; B.O.B.; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Household Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary and Treasurer 2; Education Club 4; Senior Class Secretary. Comer, Claude Valentine, Box 86, Elon College, N. C. English and Physical Education; I.T.K.; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4; Senior Class Vice President. Copeland, William Carlton, Sunbury, N. C. English; i ' P H; Intramural Council 3, 4; Pan Hellenic Council 3; D. J. L. S.; S.C.A. 1; Treasurer of Student Body; Secretary of Senate. Dickson, Arthur William, Cedarbrook, Amityville, N. Y. General Science; i H; Pan Hellenic Council 3, 4; Vice President 3; Presi- dent 4; International Relations Club 3, 4; Vice President 3, 4;. Elon Play- ers 3. -Senior 28 Duncan Dunn Easter Edwards CIcISS- Duncan, William H., Box 141, Elon College, N. C. History; I.T.K.; Phipsicli Staff Photographer, Mm-oon and Gold Photog- rapher, School Photographer. Dunn, Ruth Harriette. 4873 Fort Ave., Lynchburg, Va. Religion Transfer from Lynchburg College; Ministerial Association 1, 2; Student Christian Association 2; Uvania Literary Society 1, 2; Ministerial Association 3, 4; S.C.A. 4; Choir 3, 4. Easter, Frederick W., Route 2, Elon College, N. C. Day Students Organization, Choir 3; French Club: Veterans Club. Edwards, Ralph Plummer, Henderson, N. C. History; . II A; Vice President of French Club; Vice President of Student Body; Who ' s Who Among Studenls In American Colleges and Universities. 29 Ellington Ellis Fogleman Frazier Ellington, Warren Leacester, Route 3, Reidsville, N. C. Math.; A II A; Baseball 3; Student Senate 3; Student Senate 4; School Electrician; Who ' s Who Among Students In American Colleges and Uni- versities. Ellis, Robert Leslie. 1206 Taylor St., Durham, N. C. History; Transfer from Louisburg College; Education Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3; I.R.C. 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; Pi Gamma Mu. Fogleman, Jean Scott, 809 West Front St., Burlington, N. C. English; Day Students Organization; Assistant Business Manager of Phi- psicli 3. Frazier. Janice Lee, Shenandoah, Virginia. Math.; P.K.T.; Transfer from Madison College; Elon Players 2; Education Club; German Club 3; Intramural Council 3; Pan Hellenic Council 4; Social Committee 4; Honor Roll 2; Phipsicli Staff 4. -Senior 30 Garrett Gaskins Gearing Gilliam CIcISS- Garrett. John Max. Jr., Route 1. Julian. N. C. Business Adm.; A II A; Education Club; Commerce Club; S.C.A. 1, 2; Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3, 4. Gaskins, Paige Eaves. Route 1. Henderson, N. C. History; B.O.B.; S.C.A. 1. 2; French Club 3; Pan Hellenic Council 3; I.R.C. 3, 4; Corresponding Secretary 4; Pi Gamma JYIu 3, 4; Secretary 4; Day Student Organization 4. Gearing. Philip James, 202 Queen St.. Bristol, Conn. History; 2 B; Maroon and Gold Reporter; Who ' s Who Aynong Students In American Colleges and Universities. Gilliam. John Jacob. Route 1, Elon College, N. C. Biology; K N; Maroon and Gold Reporter; Day Students Organization. 31 Graham Griffin Gunter Haney Graham, Irma Ruth, Route 1, Cameron, N. C. Home Economics; S.C.A. Committee 3, 4; S.C.A. Council 3, 4. Griffin, Arie Anne, Route 4, Reidsville, N. C. French and English; B.O.B.; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2; Education Club 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; President 3; Secretary 4; Class Secretary 3; Commencement Marshal 3; Woman ' s Council 4. Gunter, Helen Wrenn, Box 32, Trinity, N. C. English; II K T; Delta Psi Omega; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; Panvio Literary Society 1, 2; Vice President 2; Household Arts Club 2; Elon Players 1, 2. Haney, Albert Harold, Elon College, N. C. History; I.R.C.; Day Student Organization. ■Senior 32 Harrell Inman Jobe Knight CIcISS " Harrell, Daniel Bryant, Jr., Mt. Olive, N. C. Biology; K vV N; President of Senior Class 4; Editor of Phipsicli 4; Vice President of Junior Class 3; S.C.A. 1, 2; Commencement Marshal 3; May Court Attendant; Business Manager MarooJi and Gold 3; Business Manager Phiipsicli 3; Homecoming King 3; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Inman, Paul Kermit, Freeland, N. C. Business Administration; Dr. Johnson ' s Literary Society 2, 3; Vice Presi- dent Freshman S.C.A. ; S.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 2; Vice President 3; Spanish Club 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Elon Players 2, 3; Education Club 3, 4; Treasurer Student Senate 2; Secretary Student Body 2. Jobe, William A., 709 Washington St., Burlington, N. C. Business Adm.; . 11 A; Senate 2, 3, 4; Day Student Organization. Knight, James William, Hillsboro, N. C. Physical Education; I.T.K. Baseball 1, 2; Football 3; Treasurer Senate 4. 33 Langston Lewis Little Maness ■Senior Langston, James Marvin, Jr., Lillington, N. C. General Science; A II A. Lewis, Mary Jane, Route 2, Graham, N. C. Music; n K T; House President 3; Council 3; Social Committee 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. Little, William Duncan, St. Pauls, N. C. Biology; Dr. Johnson ' s Literary Society 1, 2, 3; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Pre-Medical Club 2, 3, 4. Maness, Sarah Martha, Raeford, N. C. English; A Y K; Choir 4. 34 T ' rs McAdams McCauley McCauley McDonald Class McAdams. John Harrison. 101 Boyd St., Reidsville, N. C. Transfer from University of North Carolina. McCauley, Joseph F. B.. Box 102. Elon College, N. C. History: K M- N; E. Men ' s Club; Education Club; Vice President 4; Choir 1. 2; S.C.A. 1. 2; Dr. Johnson ' s Literary Society; Vice President 2; Pan Hellenic Council; Vice President 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3, 4; Veterans Club; Secretary 4; I.R.C.; Intramural Ping-Pong Champion 3; Tennis Team 3. McCauley, Jane Utley, Copperhark Ave., Waverly, Va. English; Choir 1. 2, 3. 4; Librarian 2; Secretary 4; French Club; Vice President 1; Secretary 2; Delta Psi Omega; Vice President Sophomore Class 2; Education Club 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 2, 3, 4; President 4; Elon Players 1,2; Woman ' s Council 3. McDonald, Neal Margaret. Box 175. Carthage, N. C. Transfer from Brevard; A K; Sports Editor 2; May Court 2; Basketball 2; I.R.C. 2; Spanish Club 2; Majorette 3, 4; Social Committee 4. 35 Miller Moore Morgan Paige Miller, Johnny Jerome, Elon College, N. C. History; A II A; Day Student. Moore, Marjorie Norfleet, Route 2, Suffolk, Va. Biology; B.O.B.; Vice President Freshman S.C.A.; Dramatics 3; Council 3. Morgan, Ella Mae, Route 1, Box 461-A, Hampton, Va. r Z l ; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 3, 4; Household Arts Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary and Treasurer 3; President 4; French Club 2, 3; Education Club 4; Panvio Literary Society 1; Council 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. Paige, Lawrence, Box 234, Elon College, N. C. Business Administration; I T K; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Intramural Coun- cil 2, 3, 4; May Court Attendant 4; Senate 3; Intramural Sports ' 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis Team 3, 4. ■Senior 36 Parks Ramseur Roberts Parks, Ellen Eugenia, Ramseur, N. C. Math.; Choir 2; Household Arts Club 2; Spanish Club 2; Education Club 3, 4; S.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. Peek. William Issac, Route 4, Charleston, S. C. Business Adm.; Vice President Veterans Club 4. Ramseur, George Shoford, Route 2, Morganton, N. C. Physics and Math.; Carson Newman College 2, 3; Veterans Club 4. Roberts, James Francis, 4614 Queen St., Portsmouth, Va. A 1 ' a; Physical Education; E. Men ' s Club; Chairman Intramural Council 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 37 Routh Russell Russell Shackelford RouTH, Sylvan Roscoe, Route 1, Franklinville, N. C. Business Administration; A l A; S.C.A. 1; I.R.C. 4; Education Club 4; Vet- erans Club 3; Treasurer Senior Class; Who ' s Who In Aynerican Colleges and Universities. Russell, Elizabeth Johnson. Route 1, Suffolk, Va. B.O.B.; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3; Secretary 2, 3; Elon Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Psi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Panvio Literary Society 1, 2; May Court Attendant 3. Russell, John Faughnan, 2207 4th St., Altoona, Pa. I T K; President Education Club 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3; E. Men ' s Club 3, 4; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3; Captain Football Team 4. Shackelford, Dorothy Ann, 117 Virginia Ave., Phoebus, Va. A K; Woman ' s Council 1; Secretary Woman ' s Council 2; Secretary Junior Class 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; I.R.C. 4; Program Committee 4; Education Club 4; Secretary and Treasurer; House Council 3; Phipsicli Staff 4; House President 4; Women ' s Council 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 4; Student Faculty Committee; Social Committee 4; Who ' s Who Aynong Students In American Colleges and Universities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4. ■Senior 38 Shepherd Smitli Spivey St. Clair OlcISS ' Shepherd, Dorothy Mae, 2211 Chapel Hill Road, Durham, N. C. Voice; B.O.B.; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 2; Won position in Voice Contest. Smith, Wayne Harrington, Box 211, Dallas, N. C Business Adm.; K N; Pi Gamma Mu; S.C.A. 1, 3, 4; I.R.C. 3, 4; Veterans Club 3, 4; Education Club 4; Commerce Club; Senate 4. Spivey. Herbert Clyde, Jr, English; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3; Maroon and Gold Reporter 4. St. Clair. Francis Elizabeth. Box 32.5, Eggleston, Va. Health and Physical Education; Choir 2, 3, 4; German Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pre-Medical Club 2; Honor Roll 3, 4; Intramural Council 3, 4; Chairman 3; Education Club 4; I,R.C. 4. 39 Taylor Tucker Vickery Walker Taylor, Danny Wayne, Efland, N. C. Science and Biology; K ; President Student Body 4; Vice President Student Body 3; President Junior Class; Vice President Freshman Class; President Veterans Club 3; Secretary Veterans Club 2; President Upper- classmen ' s Sunday School 2; E. Mens ' Club; Treasurer 3; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 2, 3; Dr. Johnson ' s Literary Society; President 2; Education Club 4; Intramural Council 1, 3; May Court Attendant 3; Commencement Marshal 3; Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Co-captain 2; Honor Roll 3; King, Freshman Class; King, Sophomore Class; Head Waiter 2; Who ' s Who In American Colleges and Universities 3, 4. Tucker, Genelle, Route 3, Wadesboro, N. C. English and Religion; B.O.B.; Ministerial Association 2, 3; Panvio Literary Society 2, 3, Treasurer 3; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 1; Cabinet 2, 3; Educa- tion Club 2, 3; French Club 1, 2; Sunday School Teacher 2, 3; Dining Hall Waitress 2, 3. Vickery, Grace Ward, Box 323, Henderson, N. C. Business Adm.; Pi Gamma Mu; Choir 1, 2, 3; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 1; Panvio Literary Society 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; International Relations Club 3; Elon Players 3; Art Club 4; Household Arts 4; Commerce Club 4; Education Club 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Assist- ant to Dean of Women 1; Day Student Organization 4. ■Senior Walker, Jack Sheary, 204 Peele St., Burlington, N. C. K N; Day Student Organization. Walker Whitlock CIcISS ' Wooldridge Williamson Wright Seniors Whose Pictures Do Not Ap- pear: Foust. James R.. Jr. Route 1 Graham. N C; Gilliam. Emery Keith ' Route 1, Elon College. N. C.; " Haney Mildred L.. 312 Hawkins St.. Burling- ton. N. C; Lowe. Wade Ferris. 309 N Mam St., Burlington. N. C; Mobley James R.. Jr.. Box 175. Reidsvill ' e ' N C.; Nicholson, Marion Pike. Jr.. 945 W. Front St., Burlington. N. C. Plybon P " ' Cullom. Box 124. Elon College. ' N. C; Truitt, Carrie Louise, Route 4 Burlmgton. N. C; Wilkie. Vernon Ross 811 Main St., Burlington N C ■Walker. ' Vivian Allenne, Route 1, Asheboro, N. C. History and Religion; B.O.B.; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; ' Women ' s Council 3; House Council 4; Honor Roll 1, 3; I.R.C. 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; ' Vice President 4; German Club 3; Choir 1; Ministerial Association 2 3 ' SC A 1, 2; Cabinet 2. . • • ■ Whitlock, Jane, Box 233, Carthage, N. C. English; S.C.A. 1. 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Panvio Literary Society 1, 2, 3; ' Vice President 3; German Club 1,2; President 2; Maroon and Gold 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Intramural Council 2; Assistant to Coach. " Wooldridge. Robert Williams, 403 Russell St., Portsmouth, " Va. Physical Education; Transfer from Randolph-Macon, Ashland, ' ' ' a.; Honor Roll 3, 4; Sport ' s Editor Phipsicli 4; Chairman Social Committee; Debate Team 4; I.R.C. 3, 4; Parliamentarian 4; Parliamentarian Llovd E. Whitley Literary Society; Education Club 4; Veteran ' s Club 3, 4; E. Men ' s Club 3, 4; Football 3; Tennis 3, 4; Who ' s Who Among Students In American Colleges and Universities. Williamson, " Vera Hulda, Box 290, Biscoe, N. C. Business Adm.; Transfer from Meredith; Astro Literary Society; Honor Roll 2; S.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Panvio Literary Society; Com- merce Club 2, 4; Education Club; Spanish Club 4; House Council 4. Wright, Alton. Route 1, Jonesboro, N. C. Business Adm.; Transfer Pfeiffer Junior College; Class ' Vice President 1; Class President 2; I.R.C. 3, 4; President 3, 4; Maroon and Gold 3; Senate 3, 4; E. Men ' s Club 3, 4; Education Club 4; Social Council 4; ' Veterans Club 3, 4; Colonades 3; Student Faculty Committee 4; Student Assistant in Business Adm.; Who ' s Who Among Students In American Colleges and Universities. WHO ' S WHU AMONO STUDENTS AND OOLLEDES FOR I94« THIS HONOR, given to Seniors and Juniors, is the highest goal which students may attain in college. It is awarded on the basis of scholarship, leadership in extra-curricular activities, and qualities that portend success and usefulness in the years after college days are over. These students are chosen by ballot among faculty members and students. The members of the Elon Student Body who were so recognized this year will have their biographies appear in the 1947-1948 edition of the Who ' s Who Among Students In Am erican Colleges and Universities Yearbook. The students who attained this honor are as follows: Carl Allen Betty Benton Ralph Edwards Warren Ellington Phil Gearing D. B. Harrell, Jr. Sylvan Routh Dot Shackelford Wayne Taylor John Watson Bob Wooldridge Alton Wright 42 IN AMERICAN lINIVEnyiTIES JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President Don Kernodle Vice President Calvin Milam Secretary Dot Shackelford Treasurer Mildred Johnson „ „ . ( Bob Harris Senate Representatives ' I Bill Williams ., „ , ,. (Marjorie Moore Council Representatives ' (Allene Stallings 44 Jiininrs WE, THE HIGH AND MIGHTY Juniors feel that we have come a long way and at last we are nearing our goal. Sometimes the going has been rather difficult but now we look forward to our Goal with great expec- tations. Next year will be our busiest but then too we realize that it will be fun and full of happiness. We wish to say farewell to the Senior Class, hoping that the best of everything will be theirs. To the rest we will say, " See you next year. " Junior Allen Bailess Bowden Boyce Brannock Bray 1 Brinkley Brown i k Brown n i M Browning t JwT ' Burton N — Cannon ' m Chandler m-: Chandler t ' : Cobb e w ' ? o 19 First row, left to right: Allen, William Thomas. Bunnlevel, N. C. Bailess, Oliver Thomas, 428 Elmira St., Burlington, N. C. Bowden, Zolly Llewellyn, 212 Glenwood Ave., Burlington, N. C. Boyce, Floyd Boyce. Route 1, Jackson, N. C. Brannock, George Edwin, 203 Tarpley St., Burlington, N. C. Second row: Bray Oabe. Virgilina, Va. Brinkley. Dorothy Jane. Route 1. Suffolk, Va. Brown, Curtis Woody, Jr.. Hillsboro, N. C. Brown, Paul Daniel, Route 1, Siler City, N. C. Browning, Mary Elizabeth, 328 N. Maple St., Graham, N. C. Third row: Burton, Thomas Lindsey, Route 1, Reidsville, N. C. Cannon. Doris Lucille. Box 872, Canton, N. C. Chandler, Frederick M., Semora, N. C. Chandler. Wallace L., 915 Main St., South Boston, Va. Cobb. Fred Dee. Route 2, Elon College, N. C. 46 ClclSS I if rx Coble Cox Davis Dowd Edwards Engleburt Euliss Ferneyhough Freeman Fuller Galanes Gentry Griffin Hager Hancock 48- First row, left to right: Coble, John Addison, Route 1, Haw River, N. C. Cox, Vance E., Box 84, Elon College, N. C. Davis, Nellie Felton, Whaleyville, Va. DowD, Dorothy Bess, Glendon, N. C. Edwards, Norma Jean. Gibsonville, N. C. Second row: Engleburt, Betty Paige, 18 Virginia Ave., Phoebus, Va. Euliss, Homer Samuel, Route 3, Liberty, N. C. Ferneyhough, William Todd, 421 S. Main St., Reidsville, N. C. Freeman, Dewey, E. Charlotte Rd., Rutherfordton, N. C. Fuller. Raven Lenelle. Box 210, H enderson, N. C. Third row: Galanes, Gus N., 206 Tarpley St., Burlington, N. C. Gentry. Ed Thomas. Route 2, Roxboro, N. C. Griffin, Mary Hawley. Sanford. N. C. Hager. Richard Theodore. Box 454, Fieldale, Va. Hancock. William Joe. 3rd St.. Gibsonville. N. C. 47 Junior - Harris Haynes j Hensley ■kTk Hilliard 11 Hoffman HlB Holt Hunley Jackson Jernigan Johnson Johnson Kernodle Kozakewich Lea McClenny ■19 First row, left to right: Harris, Robert E., Varita Court Apts., Wilson, N. C. Haynes, Barabra Ann, 309 Western Ave., Suffolk, Va. Hensley, Elmer Keith, 301 Goode St., Burlington, N. C. Hilliard, Charles Albert, Macon, N. C Hoffman, Fred John, 167 Cypress Ave., Bogota, N. J. Second row: Holt, Jack Neal, 302 Monroe St., Leaksville, N. C. Hunley, 302 Fisher St., Burlington, N. C. Jackson, Fred Cobb, Gates, N. C. Jernigan, Maude Elizabeth, Godwin, N. C. Johnson, Mildred Geraldine, 130 Graham St., Wilmington, N. C. Third row: Johnson, Sydney Claire, Box 112, Blacksburg, Va. Kernodle, Donald Reid, Route 1, Elon College, N. C. KozAKEWficH, Michael, Box 438, Elon College, N. C. Lea, Jerry Edward, 306 Riffin St., Burlington, N. C. McClenny, Dave F., Elon College, N. C. 48 CIcISS d ki s. )Mmy Leonard Leonard Madren Matze McCullock McKinney Milam Moody Moore Moore Moore Moore Mulford Neese Owen 4;i- First row, left to right: Leonard, Doris Ann. Route 6, Lexington, N. C. Leonard. James Olin. Route 6. Lexington, N. C. Madren, James Woodron, Box 117, Elon College, N. C. Matze, William Joseph, 1400 Fenton St., South Boston, Va. McCullock, Walter, 1023 Webb Ave., Burlington, N. C. Second row: McKinney, Miriam. Chesnee, S. C. Milam, Calvin Collidge. Ca-Vel Village, Roxboro, N. C. Moody, John D., Jr.. Route 1, Burlington, N. C. Moore, Richard Joseph. 419 Hall Ave., Burlington, N. C. Moore. Robert Samuel, 419 Hall Ave., Burlington, N. C. Third row: Moore, Wayne Thompson, 115 Anthony St., Burlington. N. C. Moore. Willard Glenn. 115 Anthony St., Burlington, N. C. Mulford. Edward. Ill, 103 Glen Ave.. Port Chester, N. Y. Neese, Max Edmond, Box 68, Elon College, N. C. Owen, Wallace Huffman, Gibsonville, N. C. 49 Junior Parker Price Randolph Rawls Rebick Schenk Scott Shoffner Showe Spivey Stallings Storey Storey Tedder Thompson in First row. left to right: Parker, George Theodore, Roxboro, N. C. Price, Percy Ashford, Route 1, Newbern, N. C. Randolph, Charles Wesley, Gibsonville, N. C. Rawls. Harvey Pretlow, 204 S. Broad St., Suffolk, Va. Rebick. Virginia Wade, Route 3, Franklin, Va. Second row: Schenk. Ernest Calvin, Box 124, Elon College, N. C. Scott. Floyd Edward. 301 3rd. St., Gibsonville, N. C. Shoffner. Fred Tull. Box 213. Liberty. N. C. Showe, Dorothy Sutton. Route 1. Burlington. N. C. Spivey. Ellen Renecca, Route 1. Sunbury, N. C. Third row: Stallings, Tempie Allene, 1230 Beale St., Rocky Mount, N, Storey, Bobby Jack, 347 Albright Ave., Graham, N. C. Storey, Conor Max, 347 Albright Ave.. Graham, N. C. Tedder, William Charles, Box 431, Fairmont, N. C. Thompson. Carolyn Joan. 104 Franklin St., Whitevillc, N. C. C. 50 Transou Vaughn Vickery Walker Ward Washburn Watson Westmoreland White Yarborough First row, left to right: Transou, Jane Ladora, Route 2, Winston-Salem, N. C. Vaughn, Frederick Jone.s. Dolphin, Va. Vickery, Isham Hailey, Jr.. Box 323, Hender.son, N. C, Walker, Stephen Edward, Box 12. Milton. N. C. Ward, Clyde Max, 217 Rolling Road, Burlington, N. C. Second row: Washburn, James Cummings. Jr., Box 243. Elon College, N. C. Watson. John I., Engelhard, N. C. Westmoreland, Joe H., Gib.sonville, N. C. White, Edward Carl. Jr., Route 2, Waverly, Va. Yarborough, Fred Wilson, Route 1, Roxboro, N. C, 51 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Presideiit Dalton Harper Vice President ..Lou Savini Secretary Jeanne Meredith Treasurer Betty Baker Senate Representative •. Ed Nash Council Representative Betty Jo Chilton 52 Sophomores OUR LOWLY DAYS are over and we turn our thoughts and dreams to the future. After the trials and troubles of a Freshman year, we settled into a year of enjoying college life as only a Sophomore Class is capable. We welcome many new faces to our class and to our campus. After extending heartiest greetings to our new Freshman Class, we turned to the years ' activities with a determined effort. Remembering our Fresh- man Year, thinking of our Sophomore Year, the Class of 1950 eagerly anticipates what lies ahead. 4». First roio, left to right: Albright, Cecil Lem, Jr.. 214 Markham St., Burlington, N. C. Anderson, William Harden, Box 284, Greensboro, N. C. Andrews, Clayton C, Jr., Box 28, McLeansville, N. C. Avent, Staley Allison. Box 41, Burlington, N. C. Baine. Ruth Jameline. 21 Hawliins Ave., Sanford, N. C. Beale, Warren Steele, 304 S. Higli St., Franlilm, Va. Beamer, Garnett JVIitchell, 3 48 E. Poplar St., Mt. Airy, N. C Second row: Bellamy, Hubert Hyatt, Route 1, Supply, N. C. Bellamy. Roderick Cortland, Route 1, Supply, N. C. Berry, Winfred Jennings, Route 1, Elon College, N. C. Black, Roger C, 905 Maple Ave., Burlington, N. C Blanchard, John William, Route 2, Burlington, N. C. Boone, James Gaylon, Route 1, Carrsville, Va. Bowers. Robert Joseph, Route 3, Sanford, N. C. Third row: Bowers, Gordon M., Route 3, Sanford, N. C. Brafford, E. W., Robbins, N. C. Branson, Frances Evelyn, Route 4, High Point, N. C. Braxton, Archie Ira., Jr., Box 427, Elon College, N. C. Braxton. Norman Huett, Whiteville, N. C. Brown, Delmar L., 202 S. Main St., Suffolk, Va. Brown. Walter Henry. Box 415, Kannapolis, N. C. •Sophomore r «• .4 US a. .J VS " ■ ! lb WK if " - ' - H ll 54 First row. left to right: Brown. William Walter. Box 880, Burlington, N. C. Burke. M. G.. Jr.. 127 W. Holt St.. Burlington, N. C. BusiCK, Elizabeth, O., Route 1, Elon College, N. C. Carr. Clyde. Box 328, Roseboro. N. C. Gates. Ralph Thomas. 803 N. Main St.. Burlington, N. C. Causey, Paul Elvin, Box 1732, High Point, N. C. Chilton, Betty Jo. Route 4. High Point, N. C. Second row: Claytor, Fred Thomas, Box 188, Hillsboro, N. C. Cobb. Jimmie R.. 200 Circle Drive, Burlington, N. C. Copeland. Issac Mathies. Jr.. 1711 Montclair Ave., Norfolk. Corbet, Clyde Edwards. Elon College, N. C. Cutrell, Ira C, Fairfield, N. C. Dalehite. Betty Jane. Route 3. Hillsboro, N. C Daniels. Herman Burton, Jr., Beaufort, N. C. Va. Third row: Daniels, Verona Annie C. , Suffolk, Va. . Beaufort. N. Darden, David Alfred. 200 Hall Ave. Dixon. Lela Mae, Society Hill, S. C. DoFFLEMEYER. Arbutus. Route 2, Elkton. Va. DoMENiCK. Gerald P.. 2 Lantoga Road. Wayne. Pa. Donato. Rocco Francis. 335 Bishop St.. Waterbury, Conn. Drew. Edward Earl. 300 Greenway Drive. Portsmouth. Va. Class of ' 4«- 55 First row, left to right: DuHL, John Edward, Box 335, Elon College, N. C. Eller, Nancy Mildred, Creston, N. C. Ellis, Thomas Edwin, Ramseur, N. C Erlacher, Graham H., Ridgewood Drive, Woodmont, Conn. Everett, Mills Robert, 456 2 W. Washington St., Suffolk, Va. Everette, Lucy Ausley, Elon College, N. C. Falwell, Edna M., Route 3, Lynchburg, Va. Seco7id roiv: Faulconer, June H., 606 Webb Ave., Burlington, N. C. Faust, Thomas Albright, 1409 Randolph Ave., Greensboro, N. Ferneyhough, Richard Henry, 421 S. Main St., Reidsville, N. Foushee, L. Merritt, 317 Albright Ave., Graham, N. C. Foushee, L. Merritt, 671 Lexington Ave., Burlington, N. C. Fulton, Garland Waddell, 212 Maple Ave., Sanford, N. C. FuRR, Robert B., 1922 Lenox St., Charlotte, N. C. Third row: Gentry, Claude Olen, Box 241, Elon College, N, C. Gentry, Garland Wesley, 1116 Caldwell St., Burlington, N. C. Godfrey, Russell Gilmore, 204 N. Broad St., Winston-Salem, N. Godwin, Milton Russell, Kenly, N. C. Griffin, David Julian, Box 442, Elon College, N. C. Hall, John Thomas, Jr., 83 Jackson Ave., Schoolfield, Va. Hardy. Nash Eugene, Jr., Box 722, Reidsville, N. C. ■Soplioinore 56 First row, left to right: Harper, Richard Dalton. 1039 S. William St., Henderson. N. C. HiNES. James Harrison. Route 4, Burlington, N. C. Hoffman. Howard W.. Route 1, Burlington. N. C. Hollander. Charles Stanley. 59 W. St., N. W., Washington, D. C. Holt, Luther Earl, 221 Rolling Road, Burlington, N. C. Hooker, Deward Wilbur, 13 Pelham Ave., Schoolfield, Va. Howell. James Richard. Jr.. Elon College, N. C. Second row: Hughes, Muril Thomas, Cashmere, W. Va. IsLEY, Samuel W., 301 Everett St., Burlington, N. C. Johnson, Warren Herbert. 2276 Boulevard, Jersey City, N. J. Kearns, Richard Lewis, Farmer, N. C. Keeton. Harry Melvin, 1018 West Paxton St., Danville. Va. Kent. Joe Wade. 200 S. Marshall St., Graham, N. C. Ketner, Walter Jackson, Beaumont Ave., Burlington, N. C. Third row: KozAKEWicH, Mary Catherine, Box 438, Elon College, N. C. Lassiter. James Albert. Box 667, Suffolk, Va. Lawrence. Lewis Hamel. 819 Westover Ave., Norfolk, Va. LiLLEY. Cecil Alston. Jr., 3 Aocracoke Drive, Havelock, N. C. LiTTLEJOHN. Max Covington, 2 West Main St., Schoolfield, Va. Lloyd. Eldridge Burgess. 44 Oakridge Ave., Schoolfield, Va. Long. Ralph Clinton. Prospect Hill, N. C. Okiss ot ' 4«- i c a 57 First row, left to right: JoYNER, Shirley Corretta, Franklin, Va. Lee, Annie Ruth. Route 4, Burlington, N. C. LOY, Richard Wesley, Route 2, Burlington, N. C. Lynch, Edgar P., Box 342, Mebane. N. C. Manzi. Claude Anthony, 118 Academy Lane, Upper Daily, Pa. McCormack, John Claron, Route 3, Mt. Airy. N. C. McFadyen, Fairfield Jack. Jr.. 912 Lexington Ave., Greensboro, N. Second roiv: McNeely, David Eugene, Box 38, Henrietta, N. C. VIelvin. Arnold Elwood, Elon Vets. Apts., Elon College, N. C. Melvin, Charles Donald, 1406 Vine St., Greensboro, N. C, Meredith, Nola Jeanne, Virgilina, Va. Mitchell. James Wesley, 503 Durham St., Burlington, N. C. Moore, Evelyn Wright, Route 2, Suffolk, Va. Moss, Edw ard Joel, Route 6, Burlington, N. C. Third row: Murray, James Melvin, Route 2, Hillsboro, N. C. Nall, Jack Augustus, 301 Williamson Ave., Burlington, N. C. Nash, Edwin Thomas, Elon College, N. C. Neese, Leroy Harding, Route 2, Snow Camp, N. C. Neese. Robert William. Route 2, Snow Camp, N. C. Newton, Richard Elder, Route 3, Luray. Va. Nichols. Charles Hall. 386 Main St., ' Reidsville, N. C. ■Sophomore 58 First row. left to right: Painter. Richard Huffman, Route 3, Luray, Va. Parker, Francis Estelle. Route 1, Erwin, N. C. Parker. James Hallett. Jr., Box 145. Sunbury. N. C. Parks, Wilma Jeanne. Hallison, N. C. Payne. William Ralph. 913 N. Main St., Burlington, N. C. Peedin. Doris Vivian. 49 Bryden Circle, Fayetteville, N. C. Perkins. Sidney Thomas, Route 2, Roxboro, N. C. Second row: Perry, Homer. 446 Harris St., Leaksville, N. C. Phillips. Wayne Elmer, Box 44, Bennett, N. C. Poteat, Raymond Malloy, Route 1. Blanche, N. C. Rae. Michael Lee, 2541 Amboy Rd., New York, N, Y. Raines. Elizabeth Earman, Box 208, Harrisonburg, Va. RoBBiNS, Maxine Sue, Route 1, Jamestown, N. C. Roberts, Mrs. James Francis,, Elon College, N. C. Third row: Rothgeb, Wendell Olin, Route 3, Luray, Va. Royals. Mary Jacqueline. Charlottesville, Va. RuDD. William Greene, Route 2, Reidsville, N. C. Saunders. Thomas Isaac. Jr.. Box 54. Ruffin, N. C. Savini. Louis Joseph. 28 W. Wayne Ave., Wayne, Pa. Scott. Herman Harrell. 2120 Chestnut Ave., Newport News, Va. Scott. William Tate, Jr., Elon College, N. C. : I KM 59 First row, left to right: Sharron, James Samuel. Mayodan, N. C. Sherard, John Frank, Jr., 616 Lexington Ave., Burlington, N. Shumar, George Martin. Box 234, Elon College, N. C. Snyder. John Paul, Jr., 1602 Pasadena Court, Norfolk, Va. SouTHERLAND, JoHN RoDNEY, Box 124, Mt. Olive, N. C. Sparks, Johnnie William, 309 N. Broad, Burlington, N. C. Staley, Roger H., 28 Bonsilene St., Woodmont, Conn. Second row: Stanley, George Thomas, Route 6, Greensboro, N. C. Stephens, John W., Jr.. Leasburg, N. C. Strader. Victor Lawrence. Box 51, Kearnersville,, N. C. Sutton. Edith Gaynelle, Route 1, Elon College, N. C. Swinney, Clarence Willard, 102 N. Ave., Burlington. N. Taylor, John Richard, Jr.. 201 N. Broad St., Suffolk, Va. Terry, James Hovi ard, 812 Cameron St., Burlington, N. C. Third row: Terzino, Alvin a.. Box 72, Elon College, N. C. Thompson, Junie P.. Snow Camp. N. C. Thompson. William L., 913 Walker Ave., Greensboro, N. C. Troxler, Jackie Harlea. Elon College, N. C. Troxler. Roger Vernon. Route 2. Elon College, N. C. Tuck. Carolyn Frazier. Florence Ave.. Virgilina. Va. Twiddy. Clyde Baxter. Jr.. 306 35th. St., Norfolk, Va. Sophomore t- r- -H f ' A ' - 60 First roiv. left to right: ZuRLis, John Joseph, 57 Park Terrace, Bridgeport, Conn. Wright, Howard Thomas, Ramseur, N. C. WiNSTEAD, Bill Joe, Main St., Roxboro, N. C. Williams, Thomas Milton, Route 1, Mebane, N. C. WiLKiNS, William Poole " Pop, " 1918 Beltmore St., Washington, D. C. WiDENHOusE, James Baker, 308 Maple Ave., Kannapolis, N. C. Whitsett, John Meader. 511 S. Main, Reidsville, N. C. Second row: Whitmore, Robert Burton, Box 13, Virgilina, Va. West, James Brooks, Jr., 733 2 Raleigh Ave., Norfolk, Va. Wentz, Walter Allen, Jr., 102 Lawrence St., Rockingham, N. C. Weldon, John Ira, Jr., Louisburg, N. C. Ward, Clyde Max, 217 Rolling Road, Burlington, N. C. Ward, Henry Williams, Rowland, N. C. Wall, Hugh Brantley, Danbury, N. C. Third row: Veazey, Martha Louise, New Market, Va. Upchurch, Ireland Stanfield. Route 3, Jonesboro, N. C. Cl(is.s ot ' 4«- 61 FRESHMEN OFFICERS President Wilbur Shearin Vice President Nash Parker Secretary ; Tessie Zimmerman Treasurer Henry Carr 62 Freshmen WE ARE THE FRESHMEN, full of ambition, energy, expectation and hope for our days to come at Elon. This year we have learned much, or at least we hope that now our skin isn ' t quite so green. Anyway we all had fun buying radiator keys, looking for sky hooks, etc. After several trips to Senior Oak we feel that we have now been initiated and are ready to become a part of Elon. This year has been a new experience for us and we have enjoyed it. In the years to come we hope for more fun and happiness — with a little work on the side. Freshmen Abel, Jean Marie, Box 26, Yanceyville, N. C. Abercrombie, Rucia Maxine, Box 1239, Burlington. N. C. Adams, IVIarion C, Columbia, N. C. AUred, Benjamin Ernest, Jr., 103 Kime St., Burlington, N. C Anderson, Gale Darrell, Route 1, Elon Col- lege, N. C. Baldwin, Gordon Hunter, Jr., 101 Garrell St., Burlington, N. C. Barham, Donnell Everett, Box 246, Haw River, N. C. Barker, Currie Dean, Route 1, Elon Col lege, N. C. Beachum. Rachael Ruth, 407 Algonguin Road, Hampton. Va. Bell, Eleanor Elizabeth, Woodland Ave.. Burlington, N. C. Bell, Luby Francis, Box 208, Mt. Olive, N. C. Berry, Dallas Dean, 1328 22nd. St., Norfolk, 16, Va. Berry, Roy H.. Jr., Box 257, Gibsonville, N. C. Binkley, Peggy Jane, Route 2, Winston- Salem, N. C. Bishop, Charles Wheeler, Route 2, Walnut Cove, N. C. Blair. Thomas Francis, 307 Catherine St., Suffolk. Va. Blue, Herman H., 701 Church St., Burling- ton, N. C. Bondi, Janice Lee, 2019 Sherman Ave., Madison, Wis. Boswick, Giy Weston, Jr., 854-A 35th. St., Newport News, Va. Bowen. James Gregory, 309 N. Broad St., Burlington, N. C. Brady, Edward Lee, Route 2, Burlington, N. C. Britt, Hazel Lee, Route 5, Lumberton, N. C. Brown, Donald Alvin, 149 Paine Ave., Irv- ington, N. J. Brown. Joseph T., 703 Kenan St., Wilson, N. C. Browne, Mary Alice, Route 1, Bennett, N. C. Browning, Jean Dare, 505 N. Main St., Graham, N. C. Bullabourgh, Edgar Davis, 1208 Vernon St., High Point, N. C. Burke, Edna Lois, Route 3, Pittsboro, N. C. Burke, Wallace Wilson, 127 W. Holt St., Burlington, N C. Burton, Clarence William, 207 Cedar St., Suffolk, Va. Butler, Wallace Bob, Route 3, Burlington. N. C. Byrd, Jack Ray, Chucka tuck, Va. Byrum, Walter Martin, Jr., Route 8, Char- lotte, N. C. Caldwell, Isabelle, Route 9, Charlotte, N. C. Cameron, Marcus, Route 1, Jonesboro, N. C. Carr, Henry James, Jr., Roseboro, N. C. Carter, Charles Daniel, 606 Ireland St., Burlington, N. C. Cates, James Earl, 201 Tarpley St., Burl- ington, N. C. Cavine.ss, Sterling E.. 1106 17th. St., Greens- boro, N. C. Chabalko, Bob Paul, 167 Haven Drive, Nor- folk, Va. 9 ( 4 1 o 64 [ilciss of ' 48 r e , j Chrismon, Ira S., Route 1, Brown Summit, N. C. Clapp. Carl Wade, 350 N. Maple St., Graham, N. C. Cobb. Fred Dee, Route 2, Elon College, N. C. Cockrell, Alton Ward, Jonesboro Heights, Sanford, N. C. Coffrin, George Donald, 2151 Kingswood Road, Jax, Fla. Coghill, Blanche Hunter, Lynbank Road, Henderson, N. C. Cole, James Avery, 6 Selma Ave., School- field, Va. Coleman, Dewey Ward, 2712 Wickham Ave., Newport News, Va. Coley, Carl Boone, 308 Highland Ave., Burl- ington, N. C. Colman, Ruth, 106 E. Davton St., Madison, Wis. Cook, William Brown, 605 N. Madison St., Whiteville, N. C. Cooper, Hampton S., 97 Bishop Ave., School- field, Va. Core. Delmas Houston, 210 East St., Erwin, N. C. Craven Ethel Gray, Coleridge, N. C. Crutchfield, Dorothy Leora, Route 3. Burl- ington, N. C. Daniel, Mvrten Baxcom, 506 Buchanan Blvd., Durham, N. C. Darden, Mary Ann, Route 1, Portsmouth, Va. Davis, Peggy Anne, 601 Chandler St., High Point, N. C. Davis, Virginia Louise, 704 Broad Ave, Greensboro, N. C. Davis, William Edward, 1133-24th. St., Washington, D. C. DePaolo, Edward James, 23 Holland Ave., Ardmore, Pa. DeSimone, Henry A., Lancaster, Pa. Dickens, Waldo Lonnie, 744 Oakwood Ave., Sanford, N. C. Dougherty, Jane Ellen, 246 Rosville Ave., Newark, N. J. Dunn, Burlev Walter, Route 2, Roxboro, N. C. Eason, Sarah Ethel, Route 1. Macclesfield, N. C. Eaves, Coy Jackson. Route 1, Henderson, N. C. Edwards, Annie Morilla. Box 213, Graham, N. C. Eley, William Gay, 603 N. High St., Frank- lin, N. C. Elkins, Jim Thomas, Route 2, Siler City, N. C. Elliott, Cscar Ray, 602 West Ave., Kannap- olis, N. C. Etheridge, William Holder, Elon College, N. C. Faucette, Henry Wiley, 150 Montgomery St., Reidsvillc, N. C. Fesmire, Len Thomas, 7012 Summitt Ave., Madeira, Ohio. Foley, William, Patterson St., Leaksville, N. C. Foster, Lester Anderson, Jr., Granite Quarry, N. C. Foster, Melva Gray. 512 Broad Ave., Greens- boro, N. C. Foushee, Harvey Clayton, 317 Albright Ave., Graham, N. C. Fowler, Arthur Franklin, 306 East St., Erwin, N. C. Ganes, Lacey Eber, 803 Lancaster Ave , Bryn Maur, Pa. 65 Freslimei Gabby. Meir. Iraq Gaskins, Jacqueline Leigh, Churchland, Va. Gaster, Ernest Preston, Jr., Route 2, Jones- boro, N. C. Gibson, Gene William, 504 Cameron St., Burlington, N. C. Gillen, Millicent Huffine, Box 206, Gibson- ville, N. C. Gilliam, Theron Idol, Route 1, Eton College, N. C. Godwin, Alton Harper, Box 83, Kenly, N. C. Gourley. Wallace McLean, Box 127, Fiel- dale, Va. Graham, Walter Daniel, Route 1, Danville, Va. Greene, Thomas Shirley, 409 West Front St., Burlington, N. C. Grissom, Dorothy Ann, Route 1, Henderson, N. C. Grogan, Zeda Mae Gunn, Ray Wilson, 1349 Jeffress St., South Boston, Va. Hailev, James Russell, Box 9, Leaksville, N. C. Hancock, Charles Edward, Route 2, Greens- boro, N. C. Hanel, Jack Bernard. Apt. 6, Law Bldg., Suffolk, Va. Hardy, Jerry D., Jr., 22 Wade Ave., Balti- more, 28, Md. Harper, William Furman, 1039 S. William St., Henderson, N. C. Harris, Haywood P., Roseboro, N. C. Harris, Jean Wood, Roseboro, N. C. Harris, William Edgar. New Holland, N. C. Harrison, William Glenn, Jr., 101 Courtland Terrace. Burlington, N. C. Hartis, Billy W., Route 1. Bassett, Va. Heath, Glenn Delone, 509 Washington Ave., Burlington, N. C. Henley, John Morgan, 1423-24th St., New- port News, Va. Hodnett, Otis Howard, Jr., 828-16th St., Newport News, Va. Holem. Lois, 3487 Michigan Ave., East Chi- cago, Ind. Hopkins, William Andrew, 172 Columbia Ave., Hampton, Va. Horner, Lewis Clinton, Box 222, Graham, N. C. Howard, Earl Sidney, Route 5, Durham, N. C. Howell, Ralph Leroy, Chuckatuck, Va. Hudgens, Carl, 608 Durham St., Burling- ton, N. C. Jacob, Kenneth Tait, Algonquin Park, Nor- folk, Va. James, William Franklin, Graham, N. C. Johnson. Eugene C, 1013-22nd St., New- port News, Va. Johnson. Walter Russell, Route 2, Elon Col- lege, N. C. Jones, Dorothy May, 113 Fitzgerald Apt., Schoolfield, Va. Jones, James Frederick, Bolton, N. C. Jordan, Curtis, 706 Askew St., Burlington, N. C. Kearns, Herbert Reece, Farmer, N. C. 66 3 - o r V-, {2l4i Alil Kellis, Pauline Bertha, Route 1, Jackson Springs, N. C. King, Eston Clay. Jr., 625 Tucker St., Burl- ington, N. C. King. Helen May, Rescue. Va. King. Verderv Alonza, Route 1, Burling- ton, N. C. Kivett, James Walker, 401 Glenwood Ave., Burlington, N. C. Knight, Joseph C, 16 Early Ave., Leaks- ville, N. C. Lassiter. Dorothy Harrell, Sunbury, N. C. Leebrick. Bland Allen, 5040 Fort Ave., Lynchburg, Va. Lindley, Harvey Winfred, Jr., 207 Highland Ave., Burlington, N. C. Lindley, Mary Elizabeth. 207 Highland Ave., Burlington, N. C. Livesay, William Hinton, Jr., Route 1, Wav- erly, Va, Long, Carolyn Louise, Route 1, Roxboro, N. C. Long, Mable Francis, Route 1, Prospect Hill, N. C. Mace, Marshall Ellis, Route 4, Lincolnton, N. C. MacEntire, Jane, Box 246, Spindale, N. C. Madren, Nellie Mae, Route 1, Elon Col- lege, N. C. Madren, Willie Robert, Box 486, Elkton, Va. Mansfield. Thelma Louise, Route 4. Burl- ington. N. C. Martin, Brown Dudley, Fieldale, Va. Martin, Fred Wallace " , Route 2, Elon Col- lege, N. C. Martin, John Benjamin, 108 Bovd St., Reids- ville, N. C. Martin, Richard Frincis, 73 Field Ave., Fieldale, Va. Martin, Thomas Harry, Route 2, Elon Col- lege, N. C. Matthews. Charlotte Catherine, Route 1, Portsmouth, Va. Matthews, Marjorie Elizabeth, Route 5, Richmond, Va. McCauley, Sarah Ann, Route 3, Burling- ton, N. C. McDermott, Henry Wright, 63388 34th St., Norfolk, Va. McKenzie, Janie Letisha, Box 144, Candor, N. C. McClean. William Thomas, 314 East Main St., Mt. Olive, N. C. Melton, wniiam A., 802 Main St., Danville, Va. Meredith, Edward Andy, Virgilina, Va. Messick, Rufus Manly, Jr., 437 34th. St., Newport News, Va. Michael, Paul Winfred, Route 2, Elon Col- lege, N. C. Morgan, Archie Thomas, Route 2, Suffolk, Va. Miller, Errett Dennis, 1433 N. Hamilton St., High Point. N. C. Mizell, Arthur Louis, Route 2, Windsor, N. C. Moody, John D., Jr., Route 1, Burlington, N. C. Moore, Jack Lloyd, Box 1052, Burlington, N. C. Nail, Billy Lee, 301 Williamson Ave., Burl- ington, N. C. Nester, James Douglas, 82 Field Ave., Fiel- dale, Va. 67 Freshmen O ' Briant, Alfred Lee, Route 3, Durham. N. C. Oldham, Robert Carver, 104 W. St., Erwm, N. C. Olinger, John S., Box 436, Elon College, N. C. Overman, William Ralph, Valentines, Va. Overton, Edna Blanche, Route 2, Oxford, N. C. Owen, Wallace Huffman. Gibsonville, N. C. Parker. Fred Nash. Elon College. N. C. Parker, Raymond Lonnie, 139 S. Saratoga St., Suffolk, Va. Patterson, George Graham, Box 792. Burl- ington, N. C. Pearson, Allen Dace, Jr., Box 222, Haw River, N. C. Perkinson. William Hubert. 1079 Hornet Circle, Newport News, Va. Phelps, Marjorie Anne, Box 545, Mebane, N. C. Pittman, Jeanne Everette, Rushmere, Va. Pla Virginia Ellen, 105 Central Ave., Bald- win, N. Y. Presnell, Lacv Martin, Jr.. Box 36, Bennett. N. C. Prevatte. Shenell Derritt, Fairmont, N. C. Pugh. William Thomas. 229 Guthrie St.. Graham, N. C. Rackley. James Norman. Jr., 925 North Park Ave., Burlington, N. C. Richards, Henry Wilson, Box 411, Elon Col- lege, N. C. Richardson. Homer Lewis. 921 East Davis St., Burlington, N. C. Robbins, Hilda Grace, 215 S. Park St., Ashe- boro, N. C. Roberts, Cleo Rebekah, Route 1, Cameron, N. C. Robinson, Joe, 254 Lawsonville. Ave., Reids- ville, N. C. Rodrique Pla, Carmen Cecilia, 1504 America St. Stop 22, Santurce, Puerto Rico. Rogers, Lee McDonald, Route 3, Roxboro, N. C. Rosser. Thomas Paul, Route 1, Broadway, N. C. Rudisill, Bettye Jean, Elon College, N. C. Russ. Katherine Bradley, Route 2, Elon Col- lege, N. C. Rus.sell. Caroline Laverne, 323 W. Harden St.. Graham, N. C. Russell. Clenon Wendell. 323 W. Harden St., Graham, N. C. Sahlmann, Frederick Gustav. 232 Congress St., Charleston, S. C. Satterfield, Robert Linwood, Prospect Hill, N. C. Sawyer. Ann Marie, 64 Poplar Ave., New- port News, Va. Shackelford. George Gregory, Jr., 811 27th St., Newport News, Va. Sharpe, Lee Roy, Route 1, Burlington, N. C Sharpe, Mildred Marie, 207 Ireland St., Burlington, N. C. Shearin. Wilbur Thaddeus. Jr., Box 364 Roseboro, N. C. Shepherd, Mary Catherine, 45 Main. Coolee- mee, N. C. Shepherd, Paul Willis, 45 Main St., Coolee- mee, N. C. Shipton, Clarence Olan, 422 Greenwood St.. Leaksville, N. C. p rk- o t 68 (;i;iss of ' 4« Shoffmer, Jack Carson, Box 152, Alamance, N. C. Smith, Harvey Elmer, Boonville, N. C. Smith, Herbert Lee, Graham, N. C. Somers, Boyd Wagoner, Route 1, Elon Col- lege, N. C. Spivey, Helen Page, Route 1. Sunl:)urrv, N. C. Stanfield, Gurney Edward, 1007 Webb Ave., Burlington, N. C. Stone, Ida Mae, Route 1, Norrisville, N. C. Stone, Marion Richard, Route 1, Burlington, N. C. Stout, Rebecca Anne, Route 2, Snow Camp N. C. Sileo, Rocco William, 91 Barnes St. Exten- sion, Waterbury, Conn. Tapscott, Nancy Hazel, Route 2, Burlington, N. C. Taylor, John Hugh, Jr., 201-A Vets Apts , Elon College, N. C. Troxler, Eloise Estelle, Route 1, Reidsville, N. C. Truitt, Ann Rawls. 214 Main St., Suffolk Va. Truitt, Betty Lou, Route 4, Burlington, N. C. Upchurch, Ina Jane, 901 W. Markham Ave , Durham, N. C. Ussery, Harold R., 319 Chatham St., San- ford, N. C. Vause, Samuel Puette, Leaksville, N. C. Warick, Jesse Earl, Route 1, Selma, N. C. Waters, Arthur Talmadge, Calypso, N. C. Watson, James F., Route 2, Bear Creek. N. C. Wayland, James Jackson, 303 ' A Queen St., Portsmouth, Va. Wentz, Henry Hillbrath, 102 Lawrence St., Rockingham, N. C. Williams, Mary Ellen, 612 Hyde Park Ave., Durham, N. C. Williamson, Harold Gene, 215 W. Holt St., Burlington, N. C. Wilson, Roger Bartlett, 144 Medway St., Providence, R. I. Wallace, Charles S., Box 436, Elon College N. C. Womble, Worth Marion, 1015 W. Ocean View Ave., Norfolk, Va. Wooten, Rachel Viola, Route 1, Fountain N. C. Wrightenborry, Worth McKenley, 302 Roll- ing Road, Burlington, N. C. Wyatt, Mary Elizabeth, Route 3, Martins- ville, Va. Yost, Basil Otto, Jr., 1608 Maple Ave., Portsmouth, Va. Zimmerman, Tessie, Route 4, Burlington, N. C. Watson, George D., 1400 Chestnut Ave., Newport News, Va. Vaught. Jesse Burel, Route 2, Loris, N. C. 69 ' ' •. , Jt " v - f ' OUTSIOE • • • 70 .,l y- f X ■ ' -c a ' S D. B. Harrell, Jr. Editor in Chief Evelyn Moore Business Manager The lliipsicli Hans Hirsch Faculty Adviser LOOK! Just look at what all of that pecking away at typewriters and banging of heads together up on third floor of Library Building has produced. Yes, the 1948 edition of the Phipsicli is " fini " and it ' s yours — believe me. As you already know, the word Phipsicli was derived from the three erstwhile " Literary Societies " of the College. There were times when it meant just that much to the staff too. ... In other words — plain Greek. Now, we ' ll agree with you that instead of being called The Phipsicli this year, it could have just as well been called " Un- identified, " or " I ' ve Had It. " . . . From our side of the desk let us say, we ' ve enjoyed working with you, hope you all the luck in the world on your next publication ( you ' ll need the heck out of it), and here she is. . . . 72 The l ' hi|)si(li IF YOU ' LL LOOK below you can see who brought you this material, surrounded by these maroon bindings, and from all probability will know better next time. Now, seated around that desk in one little compact unit you ' ll see. ... Editor-in-Chief D. B. Harrell, Jr. Business Manager Evelyn Moore Associate Editor Betty Benton Sports Editor Bob Woolridge ( Janice Frazier Copy Editors . -; I Evelyn McNeill „ . (Jeanne Meredith Typists (Dot. Shackelford Faculty Adviser Dr. Hans E. Hirsch And situated right up there in the corner, trying to look busy is our photographer ( I think that ' s what you call him even though I have heard some of you call him other names), Mr. Bill Duncan. l ' M«iroon and Oolcl John Watson Editor in Chief Russell Dunlap Faculty Adviser The Maroon and Gold, official newspaper of the campus, is published by and for the students of Elon. In addition to summarizing the campus activities, bi-weekly, it serves as a laboratory for those students aspiring toward Journalism as well as for those interested only in writing as an extra-curricular activity. Every phase of publication is done in the col- lege press office facilitating experience in all departments of newspaper work. Under the guidance of Professor Russell Dunlap, and through the cooperation of the Staff, the Maroon aJid Gold has completed successfully another year. 74 WHEN ALL OTHER lights are out on campus, you can always walk past the Maroon and Gold Headquarters and find theirs ' still eating up ye ole ' Power-house juice. If someone ' s not operating the machines, they are being repaired: if typewriters aren ' t running, they ' re looking for material and if the Editor isn ' t cursing, he ' s praying for a miracle. It simply couldn ' t be all that bad. though, with the following staff behind you. . . . Maroon and (iold Staff Editor-in-Chiej John Watson Business Manager Evelyn Moore Managing Editor Hal McDiarmid Sport Day Student Editor Max Storey Librarian Worth Womble Circulation Managers. I Dorothy Dowd „,.. ( ROCCO SiLEO irts Editors - ,„ Ed Mulford Drama and Music Critic Ed Moss Society Editor Allene Stallings ' Martha Veazey Printer John Harker Photographer Bill Duncan Adviser Russell Dunlap 75 The Choir UNDER THE DIRECTION of John Westmoreland with Fletcher Moore at the organ, the College Choir has experienced a very successful year. During the year, the Choir has rendered numerous programs, among which were the Sunday afternoon broadcasts, The Lyceum Series, Philharmonic Orchestras, and deserving special praise, the Decem- ber 7 presentation of Handel ' s The Messiah. In addition to being carried over the air from Station WBBB in Burlington, a capacity crowd listened in Whitley Auditorium. 76 OFFICERS President Edwin T. Nash Vice President Amy Campbell Secretary Francis Branson Treasurer Billy Hopkins THE ELON PLAYERS, under the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth R. Smith, present a series of plays each year. Any person, or persons, may become a member of the Elon Players by participation in any production put on by the Dramatics Department. This year, starring such experienced actors and actresses as Ed. Nash, Francis Bran- son, Jean Parks, Irene Rummage. Henry Richards, Joan Bolwell, Betty Hill, and Delmar Brown, the productions have been put over with a high degree of eificiency and suc- cess. As the " Wheel " behind the " Wheels, " let ' s give Mrs. Smith an " Oscar " along with the best actor and actress for this year ' s work. The Eluii FIciyers 77 Jane McCauley President Baxter Twiddy Vice President Senior Shirley Joyner Secretary-Treasurer Anne Truitt President Don Brown Vice President Purpose. Sarah Foster Secretary-Treasurer Freshman 78 S.C.A. THE SENIOR STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION is responsible for student re- ligious activities on campus. The work of the Association is carried out by the various committees. Some of the functions of these committees include Sunday evening ves- pers. Morning Watch, chapel programs, student body socials, and world student service campaigns. The Senior Student Christian Association also furnishes church ushers and Freshman advisers. Business sessions of the Senior group are held weekly, and meetings of the entire S.C.A. are held monthly, at which time outstanding speakers are heard and christian fellowship enjoyed. The Senior circuit was headed this year by . . . President Jane McCauley Vice President Baxter Twiddy Secretary-Treasurer Shirley Joyner . . . To Be Of Service To Others THE FRESHMAN S.C.A. is made up of outstanding members of the Freshman Class. It introduces the Freshman into the S.C.A. and gives them an opportunity to share their ideas and talents by serving on various committees. It also helps to promote the work of the association among the new students. This year, the Freshman S.C.A. has worked with the Senior S.C.A. and, together, they have made the social life on the Campus much more interesting. So, next year it will be they who will be seen running around in September with those little blue badges — welcoming back the old students and greeting the new. Those showing outstanding leadership and interest this year were . . . President Ann Truitt Vice President Don Brown Secretary-Treasurer Sarah Foster S.C.A. 79 The Hoiiseliold Arts Club THIS CLUB is devoted to satisfying the needs of Home Economics majors and all other girls interested in this type of activity. Meetings are held monthly, and problems in the field of Home Economics are discussed. Projects in the correct manner of serving, pre- paring of menus, changing styles, and other topics of interest are carried out. OFFICERS Ella Mae Morgan President Irma Graham Vice President Ei.LEN Spivey Secretary and Treasurer Dr. Ellen Reynolds Faculty Adviser 80 Fine Arts THE " FINER " PARTS OF ELON are found up in the Art Department. It is there that the " smooth " work takes place. Under the supervision of the capable Miss Lila New- man, the art students are instructed in China Painting, Oils, Water Colors, Pastels, Char- coals, Still Life Drawings and Originals. This year ' s Fine Arts Club was one of the largest ever at Elon and presented one of the most outstanding exhibits. OFFICERS John Taylor President Tempie Stallings Vice President Betty Engleburt Secretary Jean Parks Reporter 81 Elon Colcinncides THE COLONNADES is a yearly literary magazine dedicated to en- couraging students in creative writing of short stories, the various types of poetry, essays and plays. After publication each year prizes are awarded to those who have submitted the most outstanding manuscripts. In connection with the Colo7inades. a literary workshop is conducted during the year to analyze, study, and to try to solve problems in the writing field. THE STAFF Editor Lewis H. Lawrence Asso. Editor ...Robert Wooldridge Managing Editor... " Alton Cockrell Co-Sponsors Miss Nancy Keene Mrs. G. a. H. Johnson 82 THE DAY STUDENTS make up a great portion of the student body. They are always on the job to lend a helping hand to all school activities. Each year they give a party for the student body which is one of the big affairs of the school year. The Day Students were headed this year by . . . President Don Kernodle Secretary.. Max Storey Treasurer J. W. Blanchard Senate Representative Max Neese Council Representative Betty Hill Day Students Or«»anizcition Hd PreMetl ' THE PRE-MEDICAL CLUB is composed of students who plan to become workers in the medical field. This year, the Club is headed by Dr. R. M. Haff and Prof. Paul S. Reddish. Bi-weekly meetings are held, at which time members of the Club give a program consisting of interesting topics in the field of science. Every Pre-Medical student is urged to become a member of this Club. By doing so, he has a sure bet of staying up on all Scientific Current Events. 84 Ministerial Association ONE OF THE MORE outstanding Associations on the campus is the Ministerial Asso- ciation. It is composed of students who are preparing themselves for full-time Chris- tian services. Each member is attempting through study to build a philosophy of life based upon the principles of Christ. Meetings of the group are held weekly, in which fellowship, study, and practice preaching are utilized to help prepare the prospective minister for his profession. Aside from their campus activities, etc., several of the mem- bers hold pastorates in nearby churches. OFFICERS President Baxter Twiddy Vice President Walter A. Wentz Secretary Shirley Joyner Treasurer Tod Ferneyhough 85 Veterans ' Club THE VETERANS ' CLUB is composed of Elon College students who have an honorable discharge from the armed services of the United States. The main purposes of this club are to promote a spirit of unity and accord among the World War II veterans, to promote an active social program, and to keep the veterans informed on all matters pertaining to their interest and welfare. OFFICERS President Delmar Brown Vice President Bill Peek Secretary -Treasiirer ... " Bus " Wigmore 86 OFFICERS Alton Wright President Yank Dickson Vice President Vivian Walker Recording Secretary Paige Gaskins Corresponding Secretary Errett Miller Treasurer B. Woolridge Parliamentariari Hans Hirsch Faculty Adviser THIS CLUB is one of many similar groups of young people found on the campuses of our colleges and universities throughout the country. in.u. The purpose of the International Relations Clubs is to instruct and to enlighten public opinion. It is not to support exclusively any one view as to how best to treat the conditions which now prevail throughout the world, but to fi.x the attention of students on those underlying principles of international conduct, of international law and of international organiza- tion which must be agreed upon and put into action if a peaceful civiliza- tion is to continue. Education Club THOSE STUDENTS who plan a teaching career, or are interested in the field of education make up the Education Club. It is through this Club that future teachers make out and plan their practice teach- ing schedules. OFFICERS President Jack Russell Vice President Frank McCauley Secretary Dot Shakelford Faculty Adiviser .Dr. S. C. Deskins MRS. VERA C. HIRSCH, faculty adviser of the French Club, suc- ceeded in arousing interest in the Club at the very beginning of the year by teaching its members some lively French games and songs. At each bi-weekly meeting, plays were acted out by different members of the Club and then discussed by the entire group in French. OFFICERS President Clarence Wvrick Vice President Ralph Edwards Secretary Anne Griffin Treasurer Bill Rudd Le Cerde Francais 88 Die Deutsdie Uiinde THE GERMAN CLUB meets bi- weekly and it is at these meetings that the student becomes more fa- miliar with his modern language. They utilize in conversation, study and song. OFFICERS President Harvey Rawls Vice President Fred Hoffman Secretary Jeanne Meredith Treasurer Floyd Boyce THE SPANISH CLUB is com- posed of students of the classes and other students in school who have had Spanish. Meetings of the Club are held bi-weekly, the primary aim being to broaden the students knowledge of the language and stimulate and promote a deeper and more thorough understanding of the cultural and human back- ground of Spanish civilization. OFFICERS President Jimmie Boone Secretary Veronica Daniels Treasurer Rocco Donato El Cliih Espanol 89 Mens ' E " Gliib THE " E " MENS CLUB would cease to exist without the American Spirit of competitive sports. In this Club we find the men who have succeeded in proving their athletic prow- ess on the Courts, Gridiron and Diamond. From out of this Club we hope to see the future leaders of tomorrow. As one great General said in the last war, " Men ' s minds and bodies are developed in competitive sp orts. " OFFICERS President Fred Hoffman Vice President Frank Roberts Secretary George Stanley Treasurer Dave McClenny 90 THIS SOCIETY, for women students, has carried on the activities of vari- ous other literary societies which dissolved with the forming of sororities. Regular weekly meetings feature programs of book reviews, travel talks, monologues, readings, poetry, music, critical analysis, and other forms of literary and cultural achievement. The society meets, jointly, with the Lloyd E. Whitley Literary Society, for men, at various times during the year for literary discussions as well as social. An annual formal banquet is held in the Spring of each year. Panvio Literary Society OFFICERS Irma Graham P7es!deTit Lenelle Fuller Vice President Irene Rummage Secretary Genelle Tucker Treasurer Elinor Argenbright Parliavientarian Miss Francis Muldrow Faculty Adviser 91 FLO CHANDLER May Queen ELIZABETH RUSSELL Maid of Honor May Day At Eloii. . . . 1948 92 The Ciuirt Flo Chandler Queen Elizabeth Russell Maid of Honor Betty Benton Senior Attendant Ralph Edwards King D. B. Harrell, Jr. Escort Jack Russell Escort Dorothy Shackelford Senior Attendant Lawrence Paige Escort Doris Cannon Junior Attendant Fred Claytor Escort Mildred Johnson Junior Attendant Mike Kazakewich Escort Betty Benton Senior Attendant Dorothy Shackleford Senior Attendant Doris Cannon Junior Attendant Mildred Johnson Junior Attendant " Speck " Harper Meritte Foushee ' ' Seems Like Old Times, THE BAND " On The March " CHEERLEADERS Ruth Bain Carl Coley Alton Godwin Hilda Robbins Jane Transou John Taylor Doris Peedin OUR MAJORETTES Mary Alice Browne Ber mett, N. C. Virginia Rebick Fra nklin, Va. Edna Lois Burke Pittsboro, N. C. Neal McDonald Carthage, N. C. 95 Lloyd E. Whitley THE LLOYD E. WHITLEY Literary Society is the most recently formed organization on the Elon campus. The purpose of this Society is to provide the opportunity for training and guidance in the arts of thinking and speaking. Regular meetings are made more enjoyable with programs, business sessions and social entertainment contributed by the members. OFFICERS President Mike Copeland Vice President Dick Kearns Secretary Coy Eaves Treasurer Burton Daniels Parliamentarian Bob Woldridge Earl Daniely Sponsor 96 THE COMMERCE CLUB is an association of students majoring in Business Administration and students working toward the special Secretarial Certificate. The purpose of the Club is to make observation trips to vari- ous industrial enterprises, to en- joy good speakers at campus meetings, and to promote a num- ber of social functions. OFFICERS John Taylor, Jr. President Hazel Britt Vice President Rachel Wooten Secretary Blanche Coghill Treasurer Mrs. G. a. H. Johnson Sponser The ConinieiTe Olub l ' in Hellenic Cnuntil THE PAN HELLENIC COUN- CIL is comprised of a representa- tive from each of the sororities and fraternities. Problems are brought before the group and discussed and plans and sugges- tions are carried back to the social organizations by these rep- resentatives. It is the responsi- bility of this council to see that harmony exists between the in- dividual Clubs and that they are united in their actions. REPRESENTATIVES Yank Dickson Sigma Phi Beta President Frank McCauley Kappa Psi Nu Vice President Flo Chandler Tau Zeta Phi Secretary Betty Benton Delta Upsilon Kappa Janice Frazier Pi Kappa Tau Vivian Walker Beta Omicron Beta Lawrence Paige Iota Tau Kappa Warren Ellington Alpha Pi Delta 97 Sii ma Phi Beta Seniors: Bill Copeland, Arthur Dickson, Phil Gearing. Juniors: Herbert Blalock, Floyd Boyce, Fred Chand- ler, Bobby Harris, Fred Hoffman, Don Kernodle, Dave McClenny, Wally McCullock, Ed Nash, Harvey Rawls, John Watson, Carl White. Professor G. A. Johnson Sponsor Sophomores: Delmar Brown, Mike Copeland, Miles Everett, Tommy Faust, Claude Manzi, Lou Savini, John Taylor, Tommy Howell. 98 L 4) B Organized 1918 J First TOW Copeland Dickson Gearing Blalock Boyce Chandler Harris Hoffman Second rou Kernodle McClenny McCullock Nash Rawls Watson White Brown Third row Copeland Everett Faust Manzi Savini Taylor Howell 99 Delta llpsilon Kappa Seniors: Betty Benton, Neal McDonald, Sarah Maness, Dot Shackelford. Juniors: Betty Engleburt. Miss Nancy Keen Sponsor Sophomores: Francis Branson, Betty Dalahite, Verona Daniels, Kay Kozakewich, Jeanne Meredith, Doris Peedin, Katie Lee Roberts, Jackie Royals. 100 A Y K Organized 1918 First row Benton McDonald Maness Shackelford Engleburt Second rou Branson Dalahite Daniels Kozakewich Meredith Third rov Peedin Roberts Royals 101 Kappa Psi Nii J. L. Pierce ■Sponsor Seniors: John Gilliam, D. B. Harrell, Jr., Franlc Mc- Cauley, Wayne Taylor, Jack Wallier. Juniors: Tommy Burton, Gus Galanes, James Lassiter, Willard Moore, Max Neese, Wayne Smith, Max Storey. Sophomores: Merritt Foushee, Dalton Harper, Warren Johnson, Bill Scott, Herman Scott, Brantley Wall, Bill Matze, Lawrence Sykes. 102 K Y N Organized 1920 o f a Ck r o i ;: . £ t , Third : Johnson Scott Scott Wall Matze Sykes 103 Tciu Zeta Phi Seniors: Flo Chandler, Ella Mae Morgan. Juniors: Mary Griffin. Lib Jernigan, Millie Johnson, Sydney Johnson, Tempie Stallings. Miss Lila Newman Sponsor Sophomores: Ruth Baine, Betty Jo Chilton, Lela Mae Dixon, Nancy Eller, Shirley Joyner. • ' ; 104 T Z 4) Organized 1920 First roM) Chandler Morgan Grimn Jernigan Johnson Second roiv Johnson Stallings Baine Chilton Dixon Third rou? Eller Joyner 105 Iota Tail Kappa Seniors: Carl Allen, Edward Carson, Marion Chase, Claude Comer, J. W. Knight, Lawrence Paige, Jack Russell. Juniors: William Allen, Jr., Mike Kozakewich, Calvin Milam, Charles Tedder, Huyette Braxton. Sophomores: Paul Causey, Fred Claytor, Ira Cutrell, John Duhl, Jerry Domenick, Deward Hooker, Arnold Melvin, Charles Nichols, Jimmy Murray, Clarence Swinney, J. P. Thompson, John Whitsett. Freshman: Jimmy Elkins. Mr. Garland Causey Sponsor 106 I T K Organized 1927 Q f . f First 1 Allen Carson Chase Comer Knight Paige Russell Second row Allen Kozakewich Milam Tedder Braxton Causey Claytor Third roiv Cutrell Duhl Domenifk Hooker Melvin Nichols Murray Fourtli roiu Swinney Thompson Whitsett Elkins 107 Beta Omitron Beta Seniors: Anne Griffin, Maxine Cole, Paige Gaskins, Marjorie Moore, Lib Russell, Dorothy Shepherd, Genell Tucker, Vivian Walker. Miss Evelyn Hodgins Sponsor Junior: Doris Cannon, Virginia Rebick, Dorothy Dowd. Sophomore: Evelyn Moore. 108 BOB Organized 1920 First row Griffin Cole Gaskins Moore Russell Second row Shepherd Tucker Walker Cannon Rebick Third row Dowd Moore 109 Dr. Hans E. Hirsch Sponsor Alpha I ' i IJelta Seniors: Ralph Edwards, Warren Ellington, James Langston, James Kivette, Frank Roberts, Sylvan Routh, Johnny Miller. Juniors: Wallace Chandler, Max Garrett, Robert Moore, Richard Moore, Ernest Schenk. Sophomores: J. W. Blanchard, Gordon Bowers, Bob Bowers, Russell Godfrey, Muril Hughes, Arthur Mizell, Richard Painter, Jimmy Widenhouse. 110 ADA Organized 1926 f =: " | - r ' W-- , -W p. C ( O « :! ». Mil m i ib li sil JS . M First TOW Edwards Ellington Langston Kivette Roberts Routh Chandler Second row Garrett Schenk Blanchard Bowers Bowers Third row Godfrey Hughes Mizell Painter Widcnhoiise Miller 111 Pi Kappa Tail Seniors: Amy Campbell, Janice Frazier, Helen Gunter, Jane Lewis. Juniors: Norma Jean Edwards, Dorothy Showe, Caro- lyn Thompson. Sophomore: Maxine Dofflemyer, Gaynelle Sutton. Miss Frances Muldrow Sponsor 112 n K T Organized 1924 113 114 Pi Gamiiici Mii NATIONAL HONORARY SOCIAL SCIENCE FRATERNITY North Carolina Alpha Chapter Organized 1924 Members James Mobley Marion Chase Paul Brown Dot Shackelford Robert Ellis Ralph Edwards Phil Gearing Alton Wright Mildred Haney Albert Haney " Yank " Dixon Olin Leonard Jane Whitlock Grace Vickery OFFICERS Vivian Walker President Wayne Smith Vice President Paige Gaskins Secretary Carolyn Thompson Treasurer 115 Lefs FS t cHere L. J. Perry Coach Fontlxill THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER USHERS in a season of anticipation, enthusiasm, and excitement, for at that time virtually all col- leges return to the gridiron. Elon welcoming fifty candidates on its practice field, prepared for a tough schedule which included seven conference foes, a member of the southern conference and two non - conference op- ponents. Losing only a few gridders through grad- uation and transfer, the 1947 team was definitely a more powerful aggregation than the previous year. Numerous newcomers brightened the outlook for the future, though most of the positions were filled by depend- able veterans from the ' 46 campaign. Per- haps the final record of four wins and six losses would have been different had not every varsity player been injured at one time or other during the season. COACHING STAFF Head Coach L. J. Perry Line Coach Garland Causey Backfield Coach " Jet " Pierce 118 The Secison THE OPENING TILT with the Davidson Wildcats temporarily delayed Elon ' s first taste of victory. The reserve strength of the Southern Conference team proved to be the deciding " factor in their 19-0 victory, but the Christians fought on even terms for the first, third and final periods. The fatal second period produced the total scoring of the game. Hank Desimone, Claude Manzi, Claude Gentry, Jim Murray and Jack Rus- sell were outstanding for the Christians in spite of the defeat. Elon ' s initial victory was registered the following week-end when the Christians subdued A.C.C., 14-6. Though the highlight of the game was a 92 yard run by Allsbrook for the opponents, many Elonites played their best game of the year. Center Paul Causey scored one touchdown when he scooped up the ball, following a blocked Atlantic punt, and crossed the goal line standing up. Jim Murray, Jim Huyett, Fred Claytor, and Bobby Harris also starred for the victors. It is interesting to note that the touchdown scored by A.C.C., was the first ever made by men from Wilson against Elon. In one of the hardest fought games of the year, the Mountaineers from Appalachian outscored the Christians 21-13. Though a defeat for the Elonites, the contest was by far the most exciting taking place on their home field. Vicious blocking and tackling, lengthy runs, excellent passing, all a fan would desire were featured in the skirmish. Fred Claytor ' s passes to Jim Huyett, Jack Russell and Claude Gentry set up the touch- downs for the Christians. Claude Manzi and John Zurlis were line stalwarts. Playing on an exceptionally muddy field in Greenville, the Christians repeated their performance of last year by edging E.C.T.C, 7-0. For the most part, the game was uninteresting and uneventful due to the weather conditions; the seemingly fath- omless amount of mud kept down the scoring to a minimum. Standout mudders were Hank DeSimone, Claude Gentry, and John Zurlis. The offensive featured Pete Marsh- burn, Huyett Braxton, and Lou Savini, who scored the lone touchdown of the game on a 32 yard off-tackle play. Avenging a 20-0 defeat of the ' 46 campaign, the Fighting Christians upset a highly regarded Newberry team 3-0. Most of the game was played in Newberry terri- tory, but continual goal line stands by the South Carolina opposition prevented the Ma- roon and Golders from scoring a touchdown. In the waning moments of the second quarter, Jim " Groza " Huyett kicked a 22-yard field goal producing the only score of the encounter. Long runs by Bobby Harris and Jim Murray and a 40-yard pass from Fred Claytor to Mike Kozakewich highlighted the ball game. The Christians piled up 391 yards to 119 for Newberry, and 16 first downs to the Little Gamecock ' s 6. THE SQUAD One of the nation ' s best small college teams, Catawba, trounced Elon 38-0 on the week-end of October 25. The game was played in Salisbury and from the beginning, there was no doubt as to the victor. The Indians played in the Tangerine Bowl later in the year, which indicates the strength of their team. Elon held Catawba to two touchdowns in the first half, but relinquished four markers in the third and fourth quarters. Claude Manzi, John Zurlis, Claude Gentry and Paul Causey led the Elon forward wall on defense and offense during the entire contest. C. K. Siler and Huyett Braxton, with their running and kicking, were the offensive leaders. An injury-riddled Christian team waged a beautiful brand of football for the Home- coming crowd, and upset a highly favored Erskine team by a 17-7 score. The game featured two 70-yard runs by Bobby Harris and a 62-yard quick kick by C. K. Siler. Jim Huyett also had a perfect day in the kicking department, adding two extra points and making good a 20 yard field goal. Lou Savini, Claude Manzi and Huyett Braxton likewise stood out in the impressive victory. The game ranks as the most deserved win of the year; the line play was flawless, and performance in the backfield left little to be desired. Two days of psychological warfare preceded the encounter between the High Point Panthers and the Christians. Though Elon was the victor in the " battle of the nerve, " they were on the short end of the score when the final whistle sounded in the main contest. Bobby Harris, after intercepting a panther aerial, set up the first score of the game with a 90-yard run. Fred Claytor then tossed to Bill Perry in the end zone, and Jim Huyett added the extra point. But the boys from H.P., making their primary gains with end runs, tallied twice in the final quarter to edge out the Perrymen. The losing of the High Point game temporarily took the fight out of the Christians, for the Lenoir Rhyne Bears subdued the Elonites 13-0 when they met at Hickory. The Bears play featured numerous long runs by Charles Harrell, which in the final analysis determined the outcome of the contest, but the Christians were spectacular in holding the Hickorymen for no gain on four tries from the eight yard line. Dave " Shoeball " McClenny, Fred Hoffman, and Claude Manzi starred in the defeat. Guilford, favored by three touchdowns in the Turkey Day classic, decisively de- feated the Christians 13-6 in the final tilt of the year. The Elonites tallied early in the first quarter, but could make no appreciable headway thereafter, the major portion of the game being played in the Christians territory. Fred Hoffman, Lou Savini, Jack Russell, Dave McClenny, and Jim Murray starred for the Maroon and Golders in the encounter. Elon 14 13 7 3 SEASON ' S RECORD Opponents Elon Davidson 19 A.C.C 6 17 Appalachian 21 E.C.T.C 6 Newberry 7 Opponents Catawba 38 Erskine 7 Lenoir Rhyne 13 Guilford 13 High Point 14 MANAGERS THE A. C. GAME First row ' ' rtitrM Jimmy Murray m Jimmy Huyett Dave McClenny tL Claude Manzi Fred Hoffman jii THE VARSITY Second row Fred Claytor Arnold Melvin Lou Savini Jerry Domir Paul Causey ck Third row Pete Marshburn Claude Gentry Jack Russell Johnny Zurlis Bobby Harris We have purposely failed to mention the play of Elon ' s forward wall. Too often we are prone to heap glory on those of the backfield who score all the tallies. But if it were not for the tackling and consistent blocking by the linesmen, the scoring of these points would be impossible. Comparing with the best in the North State Conference, the Elon line, featuring All-Conference guard Claude Manzi, was a continual standout throughout the season. Virtually all of the gains by the opponents were made around the ends or through the air. Therefore, we feel that the Maroon and Gold linemen deserve special commendation for their continual outstanding defensive and offensive play. . . . 121 L. J. Perry Coach Basketljcill " THE HOOPSTERS " Garland Causey, taking over the coaching reins from " Hap " Perry in the early part of the season, produced a high-spirited, scrappy ball team. However, against conference foes, the Christians were able to win only eight of sixteen encounters, and completed their schedule with a record of ten wins and twelve losses. Nine of these ten victories were won on the Elon court. The starting five usually consisted of Captain Johnny Clayton, Don Kernodle, Leo Kampman, Lacy Ganes, and Lou Savini. Jack Andrews, Harvey Smith, Bill Hopkins, Ed Drew, and Chuck Lentz were continually called upon to substitute for the starting quint. In the North State Tournament, Elon, the 1946-47 champion, was eliminated in the first round by the Mountaineers of Appalachian, who went on to cop the championship. Kampman IV D wvm The " B " squad, coached by " Jet " Pierce, was composed of Len Fesmire, " Big " Peters, Bill Perry, H. J. Carr, Jr., C. K. Siler, Ernie Gaster, Lester Foster, and Johnny Weldon. They earned the respectable record of eleven wins as against five losses, and a few of the Bees will undoubtedly engage in varsity play next year. 1947-1948 BASKETBALL RECORD Won 10. Lost 12 Opponent: Univ. of N. C. 74 Greensboro Y.M.C.A. 38 McCrary 34 Hanes Hosiery 40 McCrary 61 Appalachian 39 Lenoir Rhyne 48 Catawba 55 A.C.C. 50 Hanes Hosiery 55 E.C.TC. 31 Guilford 63 Lenoir Rhyne 31 Catawba 72 High Point 48 Appalachian 42 A.C.C. 33 W.C.C. 42 W.C.C. 37 High Point 55 E.C.TC. 62 Guilford 48 NORTH STATE TOURNAMENT 45 Appalachian 58 THE SQUAD Savini Lvnch Smith Baseball TllK SOL AU In the spring of 1947, the Elon diamonders com- pleted a better than average season, garnering a total of 14 wins as against 10 losses. Led by the timely hitting of Walker. Clayton, Anderson and Savini, the squad was victorious in 10 of their 16 North State engagements, thereby securing second place in the final conference standings. Catawba, the continual stumbling block in the path of the Maroon and Golders, accounted for four of the Elonite ' s six conference losses. Hurlers Jack Andrews, Frank Roberts, Bill Anderson, and " Pep " Watkins pitched their fire- balls to catcher George Cross; Jim McSwain, Steve Walker, Johnny Clayton, and Ed Ellis com- posed the near-flawless infield, while " Roc " Sileo alternated with Leon Pope in aiding Lou Savini and Dick York to patrol the outer garden. The ' 48 squad will miss the services of George Cross who did not return to the campus, and the invaluable Johnny Clayton who has joined forces with the Burlington Bees. However, with the re- mainder of the varsity returning, and the signing of ex-major leaguer Jim Mallory as head coach, Elon looms as the likeliest champion of the ' 48 North State Conference. «? " ■ : w- a ' . tSK - 124 BASEBALL RECORD Won 14. Lost 10 ' Slon Opp 2 Reidsville 12 9 ' ' Atlantic Christian 8 5 Hanes 6 ' ' Appalachian 5 6 Cherry Point 6 McCrary Eagles 8 6 Cherry Point 8 ' -Guilford 7 3 Burlington Bees 4 8 McCrary Eagles 11 5 Hanes 4 4 ' ' Lenoir Rhyne 2 9 " Atlantic Christian 3 2 ' • ' Catawba 5 2 " Atlantic Christian 6 6 ' • ' Catawba 26 3 Catawba 7 4 ' ■ ' Guilford 3 1 Catawba 3 2 ' -High Point 9 8 ' High Point 1 9 ' ■ ' Appalachian 7 3 ' ■Atlantic Christian 2 8 ' Lenoir Rhyne 3 Conference Games. MEMBERS Brantley Wall Kappa Psi Nu George Stanley South Dorm. Deward Hooker Iota Tau Kappa Lacey Presnell South North Howard Wright Oak Lodge Garland Fulton Vet ' s Court Richard Painter Club House Mike Rae North North OFFICERS Frank Roberts Chairman Bill Peek Vice Chairman Bill Copeland Secretary The Intramural Council V 12 5 Tennis THE 1947 TENNIS SQUAD, coached by " Jet " Pierce, finished second in the final conference standings behind the troublesome High Point team. The Panth- ers decisioned the Christians twice, as did the superior Greensboro semi-pro group; but the Elonites split with Oak Ridge Institute, and then registered double victories over Guilford and Lenoir Rhyne. Bill Winstead, letterman Al Burlingame, Bob Wooldridge, Lawrence Paige, Pedro Godwin, and Frank McCauley all scored victories during the season. In the North State Tournament, Winstead was defeated in the finals, Woolridge in the quarter-finals, and the doubles team of Paige-McCauley reached the semi- finals. Pedro Godwin, winning seven of nine matches, garnered more total vic- tories than any other netter. The 1948 team, returning intact with the exception of Burlingame, is ex- pected to prove a stronger, more formidable squad. A greater number of matches are scheduled and we feel certain that the Piercemen will bring to Elon the Con- ference Championship. 126 Iiiticinuircils MEN: The purpose of the intramural program is to provide an opportunity for all students to participate in athletics. Probably no other program on the Elon Campus more completely achieves its objective than does that of intramurals. Men may participate with their dormitory or social club teams in basketball, touch football, softball and volley ball. Individual awards are given to the winners of bowling, tennis, badminton, and ping pong tourna- ments. The governing body of the program, the Men ' s Intramural Council is composed of representatives from each dormitory and social club. It is their duty to complete and carry out the plans of the program, as well as to enforce the necessary rules and regulations. Much credit is theirs for its effectiveness, but the highest commendation should go to Coach " Jet " Pierce, who is the Director of Men ' s Intramurals at Elon. Through his untiring efforts, faultless judgment and leadership, the Elon intramural program is held in the highest esteem by both faculty and students. 127 Intramuials Far from being outdone, the women are likewise provided with an intramural program of keen interest and competition. Teams composed of dormitory and sorority members vie for honors in basketball, Softball, and volleyball, while individually, students may enter bowling, tennis, pingpong and archery tournaments. The outstanding events of the year for students participating in girl ' s athletics was the Basketball Play Day held at Lenoir Rhyne College. The Elon " basketballerettes " garnered a third place in this competitive affair. Those students making the trip were Aggie Vaughan, Ruth Baine, Evelyn or Women Moore. Lib Jernigan. Ann Sawyer. 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