fi ie ije ntUiJ( Cr= y= o oJtoif . . . J. V } U =1 £la t Gallefe No Mt Qan ilUta . . Ira Cutrell. Edilo u u E ■EL • • Graham, Business Manager n Hc ?= 1iF= q ( iua uld and p4ci44 ie4. ' Rr n n y c: , L o here s to dear olc Elon, Faithful and bold; Here ' s to her banners of maroon and gold; Here ' s to men and women Who ' ve come and gone, Singing the victo e the class of ' 50 enter the final nionths of our four years at Elon, finding that the thought of leaving her is difficult to face. There have been many times (when we were burning midnight oil, studying for exams) when we wished that our college education was over . . . and yet now that we are faced with that situation we are truly sorry. The memories, friendships, and experiences we have had during these four years have made an impression on us that we will carry the re- mainder of our lives. ' M mm- ' It is our hope that this edition of the Phipsicli will Ji eljj,. you to recall all the things which make up what we call " college life. " We refe football games, final exams, the Maroon and Gold clate i th iiD days, summer school, and so many other phase With e er - wish for vour continued success in li jj li . ■•ix: : fr w n OF MR. W. CLIFTON ELDER Mr. W. Clifton Elder of Burlington, N. C, is an industrialist, a civic leader, and a public spirited citizen. Mr. Elder was born in Alamance County, educated in the public schools of the county and at Elon College. He was graduated from Elon College in the Class of 1925. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Elon College and is one of the original Directors of the Elon College Foundation. He has served as President of The General Alumni Association and took the lead in providing a baseball park for the college. He has been in the forefront of e ery campaign for the college, giving freely of his time and money for the progress, stabili- ty, and efficiency of Elon College. We, the Class of 1950, take great pleasure in dedicating our college annual to Mr. Elder whom we hold in high esteem. ta a ue ie iJt o au lima Afate ' Oun, P udeiii The Class of 1950; It has been your privilege to be students in Elon College as it begins to move towards greater things. You have seen the curriculum broadened, the faculty increased, the student enrollment reach its highest peak, the Student Government revised and improved, and the Honor System installed which is now beginning to function efTectively. You have seen the new power house completed and in operation. You have .seen the gymnasium completed and in use. You have seen a ' large number of homes for faculty members built and occupied. You have not only seen these improvements but you have helped to make many of them possible. I know that you are proud to have had a part in these evidences of progress in your Alma Mater. The Administration is proud of you and happy to. own you as alumni. We wish for you every possible success in life. God bless you and keep you. L. E. Smith, President. 10 ' D. J. BOWDEN Dean of the College and Dean of Men To the Class of 1950: Greetings! In years to come, the ivy- covered colonnades, the new Student Union, Senior Oak, the Elon Grill and dozens of other spots on and about the campus will be unforgettable memories, meaning for you but one thing: " Elon in the good ole days! So let it be. But don ' t be content with memories! Come back to the campus often, watch it grow; keep alive the " good old days, " for Elon will always be your homeland. Sincere best wishes to each of you. Sadie D. Liles Dean oj Women To tiic Senior C ' lass of i9f)0: I greet you at the beginning of your great career, ' ou are starting a new phase of your life. In it you will learn how to practice )our ideals and hov - to work out your dreams. I wish you success in any field you enter, and pray for ou joy and gladness in it all. 11 aciJiif, First row, left to right: Ruby Adams, Assistant Professor of Physical Education; A.B., Longwood College; Graduate Work, University of North Carolina. KoNSTANTiNAS AvizoNis, Assistant Professor of Modern Language; B.A., Lithuanian University (Kaunas): Ph.D., Fried- rich- Vilhelm University (Berlin). Ned Faucette Brannock, Chairman of Department of Natural Sciences; Professor of Chemistry; A.B., M.A., Elon College; M.S., Columbia University; Litt.D., Defiance College; Additional Graduate work, Johns Hopkins University, University of North Carolina. William Moseley Brown, Executive Secretary of Elon College Foundation; A.B., M.A., Washington and Lee L ' niversity; M.A., Teachers College; M.A., Ph.D. Columbia University. William Edward Butler, Jr., Business Manager; A.B., Elon College; Graduate Work, LIniversity of North Carolina. Second row; Luther N. Byrd, Associate Professor of English; Publicity Director; A.B., M.A., LTni -ersity of North Carolina; Work to- ward Ph.D., University of North Carolina. Albert V. Coble, Associate Professor of Mathematics; B.A., Elon College; completed residence work for M.A., Uni- versity of North Carolina. Joshua Corbett Colley, Chairman of Department of Education and Psychology; Professor of Education and Psychology; A.B., Emory and Henry College; M.A., University of North Carolina, Candidate for Ph.D., LIniversity of North Caro- lina. James Earl Danieley, Associate Professor of Chemistry; A.B., Elon College; Graduate work, L ' niversity of North Carolina; Registered Parliamentarian, National Association of Parliamentarians. E. p. Douglass, Professor of History; B.A., Princeton University; M.S., Columbia LIniversity School of Journalism; M.A., Yale LIniversity; Ph.D., Yale LIniversity. Third row; Arabelle Gore, Library Cataloguer; A.B., Meredith College; A.B., L.S., M.A., University of North Carolina. Virginia Groomes, Associate Professor of Voice; B.M., Simpson College; M.A., Teachers College, Columbia LIniversity. Mildred Haff, Assistant Professor of Mathematics; A.B., M.A., Cornell University. Richard M. Haff, Professor of Biology; A.B., College of the City of New York; M.A., Columbia University; Ph.D., Cornell University. James Hodgetts, Associate Professor of Business Administration; B.S., University of Kentucky; Graduate work, LIni ersity of Florida; M.A., University of Louisville; Work toward Ph.D., University of North Carolina. 12 0 Cli OH First row, left to right: Alonzo Lohr Hook, Registrar, Chairman of Department of Mathematics, Professor of Physics; A.B., M.A., Elon College: M.S., Cornell University; Additional Graduate Work, Johns Hopkins University, University of Chicago, Duke University. J.- MES Howell, Chairman of Department of English and Dramatic Arts; Professor of English: A.B.. Guilford College; M., ., Ph.D., University of North Carolina. Winnie C. Howell, Circulation Librarian: Ashexille Normal College, . ppalachian .State Teachers College, Uni ersity of North Carolina. Robert F. Hunter. Professor of History: B.S., Washington and Lee; M.A.. University of North Carolina; Candidate for Ph.D., Columbia University. Eugene M. J.acobowskv, Assistant Professor of Violin and Band; B.S., JuUiard .School of Music; M.. ' ., Teachers College, Columbia Uni ersity. Second row: Georg a. H. Johnson, Chairman of Department of Business Administration and Secretarial Practice; Professor of Geography and Economics: .Sc.M., ' irginia Polytechnic Institute; Graduate work, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Purdue, Clark Unixersity. University of Kentucky, Duke University. University of Colorado, New York University. On leave ' 949-50- EMILY CL.- RK JOHNSON, Associate Professor of Business Administration; Acting Head. Department of Business Adminis- tration; B.-A., M..- ., Bethel Women ' s College, L niversity of Kentucky, Duke University. Om. J. Johnson, Librarian; Ph.B., Elon College; B.S., Columbia University. Pe. rl S. McDon. ld, Assistant Professor of French; A.B., Maryville College; M.. ' ., 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 L ' ni ersity: Juilliard .School of Music; Piano Student of Sascha Gorodnitski and Guy Maier. Third row: LiL. Cl.JiRE Newm.an, Assistant Professor of Art; Ph.B., Elon College; Graduate work; Columbia University and Harvard University. WiLLi.AM S. Osborne, Assistant Professor of English; . .B.. University of North Carolina; M.A., Columbia University. Dorothy Dorene Pennington, Associate Professor of Piano; B.M., M.M., Eastman School of Music; Graduate work: Unixersity of North Carolina. J. L. Pierce, Professor of Health and Physical Education: A.B., High Point College: M.. ., L ' nisersity of North Carolina; Work toward Ph.D.. L ' niversity of North Carolina. P. UL C. Pl-ibon, Director of Admissions; A.B., Elon College. 13 GXUilUl First row, left to right: M. Louise Ramsev, Associate Professor of Home Economics; B.S., Peabody College; M.A., Columbia University; Graduate work: University of North Carolina, Iowa State College, University of Tennessee. Paul S. Reddish, Professor of Biology; B.A., 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 Uni- versity; B.D., S.T.M., Hartford Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of Edinburgh, Scotland. Bessie Sloan, Assistant Professor of Spanish; A.B., State College of Washington; M.A., Northwestern University. W. W. Sloan, Professor of Bible and Religious Education: B.A., College of Vooster; B.D., Presbyterian Theological Semi- nary; Ph.D., Northwestern University. Second row: Elizabeth R. Smith, Assistant Professor of Dramatic Arts; A.B., Elon College; Professional Study, Irvine Studio for the theatre. A. C. Spangler, Assistant Professor of Business Administration; A.B., Unis ' ersity of Ohio; M.A., Ohio State University. W. H. Struhs, Jr., Associate Professor of English; B.S., College of Charleston; M.A., University of Iowa. John Foster West, Associate Professor of English; Mars Hill College, Davidson College; A.B., M.A., University of North Carolina. John Westmoreland, Professor of Piano and Organ; A.B., Elon College; M.A., Columbia University and University of Southern California; Conduction Student with Robert Shaw at Berkshire Music Center. 14 U Zl04t Two heads are better than one and many better than two. Once each month the Elon College faculty and administratixe staff " meets in the office of Dr. Smith to compare notes. If a new way is dis- coxered by one member to facilitate faculty or administrati c func- tions, it is presented at these meetings and adopted or rejected — as the vote goes. Each tributary of college activity is subject to dis- cussion and examination. A faculty member ' s life is not all work. At irregular inter -als members meet for an exening of recreation and fellowship. QIgaa o 1odcuf ¥; TTI 4M Ml. m- ffk. ! r- ' .at. ' i i-.t.: ' «3» ■ ■ H ' liH; ' I II n if T ' Tf-i i g l H iil l . -«fc«at, !fj -s»??- • % v - ' j, Richard Painter President Jlcui Act— We came through the gates of Elon in the fall of 1946 from many walks of life — some directly from preparatory or high school, many from the armed forces and many from other fields of acti ' ity. During the past four years we have worked together in the classroom, on the athletic field, and in our extra-curricular activities. 18 Qn,aduatia4 The day that was just a " gleam in our eyes ' " three years ago is today a rcahty. As vc separate and go our chosen ways in hfe, we will do so with new friendships, new experiences, and the detenni- nation to further otir acconipHshnicnts in the coming years. r ' I lT ' • P i iw . - - . - N ADAMS, MARION C, Columbia, N. C; Chemistry; Alpha Pi Delta; Student Legislature, Parliamentarian 4; Delegate to North Carolina State Student Legisla- ture; French Club; Science Club; Education Cluij; Commerce Club. ADCOCK, LUCIOUS C, Oxford, N. C.; Hislnrv: Transfer from Campbell College. ALBRIGHT, CECIL, JR., 214 Markham St., Burlington, N. C; Physics. ANDERSON, JOHN R., Burlington, N. C:.; Biisinrss .UmixiS? !ii ii% ' ' Ommcrcc Club; Day (Students Organization. 20 Bailey Bason Bateman Berry BAILEY. BARBARA J.. iiG Amherst St., .Springfield, Mass.; Social Science; Tau Zeta Phi; House President Ladies Hall 3; Women ' s Council 3; Choir 3, 4; Student Christian .Association 3. 4. B.- SOX, jOH.X V., 215 Erwin .Ave., Burlington, N. C; Social Science. BATEM.AN, JOE, 1000 Beaumont . c.. Burlington, N. C; Physical Education; Sigma Phi Beta. BERRY, V. JEN.M.N ' GS. R.F.D. i. Elon College, N. C; French Club 2, 3; Treas- urer 3; Maroon and Gold i, 3, 4; Student Christian Association i; Day Students ' I ' iTk ' Organization i, 2, 3, 4. 21 Berry Brafford Brandc BERRY, ROY H., Oxford, N. C; Chemistry. BLANCHARD, J. W., Route 2, Burlington, N. C; Chemistry: Alpha Phi Delta; Commencement Marshal; Spanish Club; Student Christian Association i, 2, 3; Science Club 3, Vice-President 4; Day Student Organization i, 2, Treasurer 2; In- tramurals i, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Council; Delegate to North Carolina Student Legislature 3- BRAFFORD, E. V., Robbins, N. C; Business Administration and History; Alpha Pi Delta; Commerce C ' lub. BRANDE, DONALD ARLON, 239 Turner Drive, Reidsville H. ... ministration; Varsity Football i, 2; " E " Men ' s Club i, 2, 3, 4; mftamu iness Ad- 22 Brooks Buike Busick Causey BROOKS, WALLACE REID, 1 124 Thomas St., ReidsviUe, N. C; Business Adminis- tration; " E " Men ' s Club i, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football i, 2; Commerce Club 2, 3; Spanish f:liih i; Day Student Organization; Education Cllub 3. HI RKF.. M. G., I 27 W. Hoh Si., Burlington, X. ( ' ..; Business Administration. BUSICK, ELIZABETH O., Route i, Elon College. N. C; Business Administration; Student Christian Association i, 2; Conunerrc Club i. 2. 3. 4; Fan i(j Literary Society 2. CAUSEY, PAUL E., 319 Greer St., High Point, N. C; Physical Education; I. T. K: Neteran ' s Club i, 2; " E " Men ' s Club i, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football i, 2, 3, 4; French ' ll(i|,n Glut 23 Claytor Core CoK Curlina CLAYTOR, FRED, King St., Hillsboro, N. C; Physical Education; I. T. K.; E-Men ' s Club; Varsity Football i, 2, 3; Spanish Club; French Club; Veteran ' s Club. C:ORE, DELMAS, 210 East G. St., Ervvin, N. C:. Biisineu Administration: Alpha Pi Delta; Commerce Cllub; Masonic Club. COX, HAROLD E., 312 N. Main St., Burlington, N. C.; BwIoojk CURLING, FRANCLS L., 1022 Chesapeake Ave., South N6flblk, i ; Physical Education: A.A.H.P.E. and R., North Carolina Education Association. 24 Ciitiel Daniels Davis, Jeff Davis . . ..1 1 QlaU CUTRELI., IRA GLENN. Box 25, Fairfield, N. C, Business Administration; I. T. K., Editor-in-Chief of Phihsici.i 4; Student Legislature 4, Commerce Club 3, l(7;( Who Among Student ' s in American Universities and Colleges. Cominencenient NIarshal. DANIELS, H. B. (Hoy-Toide). Lenoxville Rd.. Beaufort, N. C.; General Science; Sigma Phi Beta; Sunday School Treasurer; Lloyd E. Whitley Literary Society, Treasurer i. Veterans Club 2; I. R. C. 2; Cheerleader i: Pan-Hellenic Coiuicil I, 3, 4.; Intramurals i, 2; S. C;. A. i. I). IS. JLJ ' M.kSOX. I n,(, Chesapeake Ave.. South Norfolk. ' a.; History; I. T. K. Spanish (Hub; ctcran " s Club; . rl Club ' ,, .} ; I)ebat - Teani 4. D.W ' IS, NELLIE 1 ' .. Whaleyville, ' a.; Religions Education; Student Christian . s- sopaticrf« s 2, 5. 4; Ministerial . ' ssociation i, 2, 3, 4. 25 Donato Drew Dunn Elkins Seiuo ' ii DONATO, ROCCO F., 335 Bishop St., VVaterbury, Conn.; Business Admimstratu and History; Spanish Club i, 2, Treasurer 1,2; Sports Editor; Phipsicli 4. DREW, EDWARD E., 318 Randolph St., Portsmouth, Va.; Physical Education; " E " Men ' s Club i, 2, 3, 4; Varsity football i, 2; Varsity ba.sketball 1,2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Veteran ' s Club 1,2; Student Legislature 4; Intramural Council 3. DUNN, BURLEY WALTER, R.F.D. 2, Roxboro, N. C. Physical Education; Edu- cation Club 3; German Club i; Baseball Team 2; Intramurals i, 2, 3; Art Club i. ELKINS, JIM THOMAS, Siler City, N. C; History; I. T. K. M Council 4, President 4: Treasurer French Club; Education ClukCi Men ' s Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. 26 ■ " ' " L iTTiTTTT Eriaclier Everette Faircloth Faust GloA ERLACHER, GRAHAM H., Ridgewood Drive, Morningside, Woodinont, Conn. Business Administration. % E ' ERETTE, LUCY A.. Elon College, X. C; B. O. B.; Home Economics; Mce-Presi- deiit Household Arts C!lulj; Education Club; Day Students Organization. FAIRCLOTH, CAL IX C. R.F.D. 4, Lincolnton. N. C; Religifin. " M|i, 1 F. L:S¥r:K)II. C, Elon College, N. C; History; Education C:lub. 27 Gentry Godfrey Graham Graves GENTRY, CLAUDE OLEN, 1116 Caldwell St., Greensboro, N. C.; Physkal Edu- cation; I. T. K.; Student Council 4; " E " Men ' s Club i, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football I, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4. GODFREY, RUSSELL GILMORE, 801 South Sunset Drive, Winston-Salem, N. C; Business Administration; Alpha Phi Delta; Veteran ' s Club i, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; French Club 4; International Relations Club; Student Christian As- sociation I, 2, 3, 4. GRAHAM, EVELYNE MOORE, R.F.D. 2, Box 212, Suffolk. Va.; Math and Re- ligion; B. O. B.; Maroon and Gold Business Manager 2, 3, 4; Phipsicli Business Man- ager 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Association i, 4, Cabinet 2, Treasurer 3; Women ' s Council I, 3; House Council 3; Intramural Council 3; Honor Council 4; Choir i, Ministerial Association i, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Education Club 4: Elon Players I, 2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Band 2, 3; Day Student ' s Association 4. SeH lan GRAVES, JOHN S. 601 Fountain Place, Burlington, N. C. 28 Grinstead Hailcv Hall Hand QIgaa, GRIXSTEAD, ROXALD BRYAX. R.F.D. i. Blanche. N. C; Chemistry. S- HAII.KV. JAMi:.S RUSSELL. Lcaksvillc. X. C:.; Rrlisimn: Kappa Psi Xu: President Ministerial .-Association; Chairman of Honor Council 4, President of Pi Gamma Mu; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 3, 4. HALL, JOHX THOMAS, JR., 83 Jackson Ave.. Schoolficld, ' a.: Rusmess Ad- ministration; Band, .Spanish Club; French Clui). HA.XEr,. JAC:K BER.XARD, 3353 2 Cedar St., Suffolk, Va.; Chemistry; Sigma Phi I l|ii I Betar Veteran ' s Club; Men ' s Council; Intramurals i, 2, 3, 4. 29 Hardy Harrison Hart Harvey HARDY, NASH EUGENE, JR., 210 Nissen St., Rcidsxille, N. C. Mathematics; Sigma Phi Beta; Student Council 4; " E " Men ' s CUub i, 2, 3, 4; ' arsity Football 1,2,3,4. HARRISON, VILLIAM G., 617 N. Church St., Burlington, N. C; Business Ad- mirustration. HART, CARLOS BOWERS, 504 High St., Salem, ' a.; Business Admunstration; Alpha Pi Delta; Spanish Clui) 3, 4; Choir 3, 4. Seitian, HAR ' EV, WILLIAM T., 607} 2 Grace Ave., Burlington, N. J T Busm Unmis- L; || I 1 1 1 I tration. .— 30 Hayes Hooker Hope Howell 2laU HAYES. RAYMOND L.. Ri. 3, Mt. Airy, N. C.; Physics; ' eteran " s Club, President Radio Club. President Science Club; International Relations Club: Choir; Debat- ing Team; Men ' s Council; Intramural Council; Delegate to North Carolina Student Legislature. HOOKLR. nr.WAKI) W.. I ; I ' cIIkiih A r.. Schoolficld, ' a.; Business Adminis- tration; German Club j, 4, President 4; Spanish Club i; Men " s Intramural Council I, 2, 3, 4; Student Congress 3; F ' ine . rts 2; Student legislature 4. Inlramurals i, 2. HOPE. ER. NK v., -,08 W. Eront St., Burlington. . . C. Mathematics. HOWELL. M. J., Chuckatuck, Va., Chemistry; Sigma Phi Beta; Pre-Med Club; GcFmaTmtib; Science Club: Student Christian Association. 31 Howell Hunley Isley Johnson HOWELL, OLI -ER B., Box 85, Sanford, N. C:.; Religion: Student Christian As- sociation I, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Ministerial Association i, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Veteran ' s Club. HUNLEY, JACK ROLAND, 302 Fisher St., Burlington, N. C.; Malhcmnlics; Day Student Organization i, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Band i, 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Association i, 2; Education Club 4; Dance Committee 4: Intramurals i, 2, 3, 4. ISLEV, S, WENDELL, 301 Everett St.. Burlinsion, N. C.. Business Adminisliofion; Kappa Psi Nu; Spanish Club; Day Student Organization. JOHNSON, WARREN HERBERT, 2276 Hudson Boulevard, Jersey City, N. J. Religion; Kappa Psi Nu; President Freshman Class; Student Christjari Association I, 2, 3, 4; ' ice-President i; Ministerial Association i, 2, 3, 4, V pFTr Mit i, 4; Choir I, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Elon Players i, 2; Student Legislature 4. tlllll 32 Joyner Kampman Kfcton Kent 4XiA 6 JOYNER, SHIRLEY CORRETTA, Hunu-rdalc, Franklin. -a.; ReUgwm Education; Student Christian Association i, 2, 3, 4; ice-President 3, Secretary 2; Ministerial Association i, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Student Congress 3; Elon Players 4; Junior Attendant, May Day; Tau Zeta Phi. KAMPMAN, LEO H., 202 Fourth St., Portsmouth, ' a.; Business Administration; Si ma Phi Beta; Secretary Men ' s Council; " E " Men ' s Club, Varsity Basketball 2, 3. 4. KEETON. HARRY M.. nuB V. Paxton St., DanNillc. a.: Chemistry; Alpha Pi Delta, C haplain 4; Assistant I ' .diior Colonnades 4; Spanish Club i. 2, 3, President 3; Education Club 4. Kl.. r, JOE V... jc.ci S. Marshall Si., (Hahani X. C.; Business Administration: .Mpha Phi Delta; .Secretary Senior Cla.ss; Member Student Legislature, .Speaker Pro Tcm; Day " STucIc?lt Organization. 33 Ketner Knight Lackey Littlejohn KETNER, WALTER J., 124 Hanover Rd., Burlington, N. C: Business Admi tration; Member Student Legislature; Day Student Organization. Se4UO KNIGHT, JOE, 16 Early Ave., Leaksvillc, N. C; Chemistry. LACKEY, JOHN ROBERT. Pleasant Garden, N. C.; English; Ministerial Associa tion. LITTLEJOHN. MAX C., 2 West Main Ext., Schodifidd. ' a. J mcd icalion; [ntramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 34 McAdams NfcCorinick Mclver McLendon 2lai6. McADAMS. JOHX HARRISON. JR.. 5:50 Boyd St., ReidsviUe. N. C; Business Administration. McCORMICK, J. C, R.F.D. 3, Box 222, Mt. Airy, N. C; Social Science; Spanish C;iub I, 2, 3, ' ice-President 4; International Relations Club i, 2, 3; Veterans ' Club 1,2; Secretary of Oak Lod e Dormitory Council 4. MclXF.R. j.A.MES V. LL. C:i:. Burlington, l . C.; Business Administration; Com- merce C:iul): Day .Student Organization. M(.LE.VI)0. " .; ' HAROLD ALEXA.XDLR, Route 4, Burlington, X. C; Hislorj. 35 Manzi Martin Maize Melvin MANZI, CLAUDE, io8 Academy Cane, Upper Darby, Pa.; Business Adminislration and History; Sigma Phi Beta; Student Council 4,; " E " Men ' s Club 1,2,3, 4- President ,3; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; French C:iub; Varsity Football i, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. MARTIN, RICHARD FRANCIS, Fieldale, ' a.; Chcmis ry and Mal iematics. MATZE, WILLIAM J., 1400 Fenton St., South Boston, ' a.; Mathematics and Physics; ' ice-President Senior Class; Treasurer Men ' s Council 3; Commencement Marshal; Student Congress 3; Science Club 3, 4; Veteran ' s Club; " E " Men ' s CUiib 3, 4; ' arsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Intramurals i, 2, 3, 4; Council 3. MELVIN, . ' ARNOLD E., 1406 Vine St., Greensboro, N. C I. T. K.: Veteran ' s Club i, 2; " E " Men ' s Clul? i, 2, 3, 4; " ar Co-Captain 4; All Conference Football 3, 4; Intramurals i, 2, 3 36 Se uaa Melvin Menilt Mitchell Glall MELVIN. CHARLES DONALD, 1406 Vine St., Greensboro, N. C; Biolaoy Transfer Sludenl from Guilford College; Science Club; German Clul). MERRITT, JAMES L., 611 E. Davis St., Burlins ton, N. C; Business Adminislratinn. MITCHELL, JAMES W., 810 Washiniriion St., Burlington, N. C:.; Business Ad- ministratiiin; Alpha Pi Delta. .VIIZELL, ARTHUR L., Windsor, N. C; Social Science; Alpha Pi Delta; Vice- President .Student Body 4: Speaker Ex-Officio; Student Legislature 4; Interim Council: Delegate to .North Carolina Student Legislature 3; Parliamentarian 3; Speaker Pro Tern; Delegate to National .Student Congress 3; Del)ating Teain 3, 4; Wliu s Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges. 37 Montgomery Moody Moore Murray MONTGOMERY, HUGH REID, 744 Crescent Drive, Reidsville, N. C; English: Transfer Student from Davidson College. MOODY, FA YE R., Box 999, Burlington, N. C;.; Biology; B. O. B. MOORE, ROBERT SANDERS, 522 S. Park St., Ashehoro, N. C.; Biology; Treas- urer Radio Club 4; Band; Science Club. MURRAY, JAMES MELMN, R.F.D. 2, Hillsboro, N ' 1; IW ;I E,lmai,o t iTTiTTTi I. T. K.; " E " Men ' s Club i, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football i, 2, 3; Wteran Club i, 2, j r - — 38 Neighbors Oliver Painter Parker Glxui NEIGHBORS, C. RALPH, jio Hawkins St., Burlintjton. X. C: Mathematics- Elon Players 2; Band 4. S4 X OLIXKR, HLGH, Route 5, Clinton, N. C; Business Administratu PAINTER, RIC;HARD, Route 3, Luray, ' a.; Business Administration; Alpha Pi Delta; President Senior Class 4; Spanish Club i, 2, 3, 4, President 4; ' ice-President 3; Intramural Council 2, 3, 4, President 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4: Band 4; Who ' s W ' hu Among Students in American I ' niversities and Colleges. PARKER, DOROTHY JGXES, 113 Fitzgerald Apts., Schoolfield, Va.; Public School Music; Pi Kappa Tau; C:hoir i, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2, 3; May Court 3; .Student Chfisliaii Association i, 2; Veteran ' s Club i, 2. 39 Parker Parks Patty Perkinson Senior PARKER, JAMES HALLETT, JR., Box 145, Sunbury, N. C: Business Adminis- tration; I. T. K; Treasurer Student Senate 2; Intramural Council i, 2; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4; Dr. Johnson ' s Literary Society i; Spanis h Club 2; Veteran ' s Club 3, Baseball 2: Student Christian Association i; Spanish Club 2. PARKS, WILMA JEANNE, S. Ridge St., Southern Pines, N. C; English: Alpha Psi Omega; Student Christian Association i, 2, 3, 4; Elon Players i, 2, 3, 4; French Club i, 4; Fine Arts Club i, 2, 3, 4. PATTY, AUGUSTA REID, 511 E. Davis St., Burlington, N. C; Chemistry; Pre- Med Club; Science Club; Day Student Organization. PERKINSON, WILLIAM H., 1914 Chapel Hill Road, Durham, JLC;.; Business Administration; I. T. K.; Commerce Club 3; Phipsicli Stafl ' 4; N Tn lormitory r Council 4; Intramurals i, 2, 3, 4. ' k : II I M I I ' 40 Prrry Pliillips Poteat Raines Gla44. PERR -, BILL KORNEGAV. Chapel Hill. N. C, Mathematics; Sigma Phi Beta; " E " Men ' s C:iui) I, 2. J. 4: X ' arsity Foothall i, 2, 3, 4; X ' arsity Basketljall i, 2. PHILLIPS. WAYNE, Box 44, Bennet, N. C; Physical Education; Baseball Clul Intrainurals i. 2. -3. 4. POTEAT, RAYMOND M ALLOY, R.F.D. i, Blanche, N. C; History; Student Christian Association i. 2; Spanish CUub 2; Fine Arts Club 2, Vice-President 3; Education Club 3, Secretary 4. RAINES, ELIZABETH E., Box 208, Route 3. Harrisonburi?. ' a.; Home Economics; Pi Kappa Tau: President Home Economics Club 3: Pan io Literary 2, 3, Secretary 2; Household Arts Club i. 2, 3. 4: Spanish Club 1. 2. Women ' s Council 3; Women ' s Socia4 ' CtnTNnittee 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4. 41 Recce Rich Robinson Royster REECE, LUTHER VANCE. JR., Box 134. Draper, N. C; History and English; " E " Men ' s Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Treasurer Senior Cla.ss; Student Legislature 4; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; F17(o " v ]Vhii in American Universities and Colleges 4. RICH, WILLLAM A., 420 Clima.v St., Graham, N. C; History. ROBINSON, JOE, Lawsonville Ave., Reidsvilie, N. C; Chemistry and Mathematics; Alpha Pi Delta. ROY.STER, MAYNARD, Reidsvilie. N. C;.; Social Science. 42 ;p " Jliu I ' : SaNini Sherard Sheridan Short GlaAA - .SA ' INI. LOUIS J., 218 S. Wayne Ave.. Wayne, Pa.; Physical Education; Sigma Phi Beia; ' ice-President .Sophomore C lass; " ice-President .Student Body 3; Junior Attendant May Day; Varsity Football i, 2, % 4; ' arsity Basketball i, 2, 3, Captain 3; Varsity Baseball 1,2. SHER. RI). JOHN l-RAXK, JR.. (iit) Le.xington . ve., Burlington, X. C).; History and Education; Treasurer of Education CUub. SHERIDAN, CHARLES L., »i i Lindsey Si., Reidsville, N. C; Riolooy and English. SHORT, EARL ED V. RI), Sik-r C:ity, X. C:.; History; Pi Gannna Mu; Prcs. Future Teachers ol America (. ' . n 4: ' ice-President Future Teachers of .Xmerica Club .North-Western District; French Club 4; Iniernational Relations Club 4; Day ,- ntittern Organization i, 2, 3, 4. 43 Sileo Snyder Stanley Sutton SILEO, ROCCO W., 91 Barnes Street Extension, Waterl ury, Conn.; English and Spanish; Sports Editor Maroon and Cold 2, 3, 4; Sports Publicist for Elon College 2; Sports Editor Phipsicli 3; N ' arsity Baseball i, 2, 3; Dormitory Council 4; Spanish Club I, 2; Men ' s Intramural Council 3, 4, ' ice-President 4; Intramural Sports I. 2, 3,4. SNYDER, JOHN PAUL, JR., 1602 Pasadena Court, Norfolk, Va.; Philosophy and History; Pi Gamma Mu. STANLEY, GEORGE THOMAS, R.F.D. Box 269, Greensboro, N. C; Business Administration; Sigma Phi Beta; Ba.seball Manager i; Intramural Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4; Maroon and Gold Sports Staff 3, 4; Student Congress 3; Interdormi- tory Council 4, Secretary 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; " E " Men ' s Club 2, 3, 4, .Sec. 2, 3. Senior SUTTON, EDITH GAYNELLE, Route i, Elon College, N. C. Pi Kappa Tau; President Home Economics Club 3, 4; Educiti Student Organization i, 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Association ' rf 44 Home Economics; sff ' b 4; Day Tliompson Tomancheck Transou Troxler THOMPSON, NUMA R., R.F.D. 4. Burlin£?ton, N. C; Business Admunstrati. Alpha Phi Delta; Day Student Organization. TOMANCHECK, JAMES, Box 451, Elon College, N. C; Physical Education; ' ar.sity Football I, 2, 3; Student Football Coach 3, 4; " E " Men ' s Club i, 2, 3, 4. TRANSOU, JANE LADORA, 3928 Vineyard Road, Winston-Salem, N. C; Public School Music; Pi Kappa Tau; Transfer from Brevard College; Choir 3, 4; Cheerleader 3. 4: President of Women ' s Council 4. i ' I II ' . y rR«5rnj:R, JACKIL ll., Route . ' , Box 161, Elon College. N. C; History. 45 Twiddy Upchurch Veazy Wall SenioA TWIDDV, CLYDE BAXTER, JR.. 306 West 35th St., Norfolk, a.; History; Student C:hi-istian As.sociation i, 2, 3. 4, President i; Ministerial Association i, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 2; International Relations Club 2, 3, 4, President 3; Choir i, 2, 3, 4, ' ice-Presi- dent 3; President and Vice-President Men ' s Council; Secretary Senate 2; Dehatint; Team 2; German Club 2; Who ' s Who Among Students In American Colleges and Vniver- sities 3, 4; Student Announcer; Delegate to North Clarolina Student Legislature. UPCHURCH, IRELAND S., Route 8, Joncsboro Heights Station, Sanford, N. C; Business Administration; Alpha Pi Delta; .Student Council 3; Commerce Club ' 2, 3, 4 ' ' ice-Pre.sident 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Education Club 4; Student Christian " As- sociation 1 , 2, 3, 4. VEAZY, MARTHA LOUISE, Route 5, Burlington, N. C; English; B. O. B.; Spanish Club i, 2, 3, Secretary 3; Elon Players 3, 4, Secretary 4; Circulation Manager Maroon and Gold 2, 3; Women ' s Council 3; Phipsicli Staff 3, 4; Student Ch Association 3. WALL, HUGH BRANTLEY, Bex 15, Danbury, N. C;.; Mathematics 46 Wallace Ward Watson VVentz lai6. WALLACE, CHARLES S.. Box 446, Elon College. N. C; Business Admunstrcitinn: Commerce C;iulj 3, President 4; National Masonic Club 4. WARD, WINFRED HAROLD, 605 N. Church St., Burlington, N. C; Phxsicn] Education; Day Student Organization; Education Club. WATSON, JOHN L, Engelhard, N. C; English; Editor Mnnmn ami GuUI 2; Who. Who Among Students In American Colleges and Universities. WENTZ, HENR ' H., Star Route, Bo. 3-B, Rockingham, N. C; Business Adniims- I ' I 1 1 1. a ion; 4nfcrnJrtional Relations Club 2, 3, 4, President 4. 47 Whitmoie Wigmorc Williams, Ttiomas Williams, William WHITMORE, ROBERT BURTON, Virgilina, Va.; Chemntry; Sigma Phi Beta; German Club; Pre-Med. Club; Veteran ' s Club. WIGMORE, HARDY CHARLES, JR., 138 Dover Circle, Norfolk 5, Va.; Physical Education and History; Veteran ' s Club i, 2, Treasurer 2; Education Cluii 4; Varsity Football I, 2, A.A.H.P.E. and R. (.State and National); International Relations Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2. WILLIAMS, THOMAS M., Route i , Bo.x 85, Mebane, N. C; Business Adnunistratwn: President French Club 3; President Day Student Organization 4; Education Club; Commerce Club. WILLIAMS, WILLIAM L., JR., Box 577, Elon College, N. C; English; Kappa Psi Nu; Treasurer Sophomore Class; Student Christian Association i, l. Johnson ' s Literary Society i ; Elon Players 2; Maroon and Gold Columnist 2, Pf6portci « HiPsiCLi Staff 4; Veteran ' s Club i, 2; Choir i. U:: lMj m 48 Williamson Wilson GlcuU WILLIAMSON, HAROLD CIENE. 215 West Holt St., Burlington, N. C; Chemistry; Transfer Student; Alpha Pi Delta; Delegate to National Student Association 4; Delegate to North Carolina Legislature 4; Science Club, Vice-President 3, President 4; Maroon and Gold Staff 4; Day Student Organization 4; Student Legislature 4; WMs Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. WILSON, NINA ELANE, 907 Church St., Burlington, N. C; Religious Education; Tati Zeta Phi; Day Student Organization; Prc-Ministerial Association; May Queen 4. 49 For the annual publication of ]Vho ' s ] ' io Among Students in Amencan [ ' iiivcrsitii ' . ' i and Colleges, ten students were chosen by ballot among faculty members and members of the Student Legislature to repre- sent Elon College. These students were chosen on the basis of scho- larship and extra-curricular activities from the Junior and Senior Classes. They have distinguished themselves by their participation in campus activities and have maintained a creditable scholastic average. On the basis of these recjuirements, the names and activities of these students will In listed in the 1949-1950 edition of ] ' hiis ]i ' ho Among Students In Amerie tu I niversilies and Colleges. Scaled, left In rig il: Arthur Fowler, Luther Reece, Claude Manzi. Standing, left to riglil: George Stanley, Ira Cutrell, Richard Painter, James Hailey, Harold Williamson, Arthur Mizell, Bax- ter Twiddy. 50 Ama4u Studenil it Amen an itlae 6,Uie6, and GoUe ed, Bob Oldham President " IliMd Act — As wc the Juniors see the dim outline of our goal in the distance, we have a feeling of relief and joy at ha ing passed the half-way mark in (jur college career. We entered the year with new life and vigor, for with the completion of our recjuired courses, we could work in our respective fields — our majors. 52 7 4c u utUuf Point As the academic year comes to a close, we sense the responsibihties that will he ours when the Seniors graduate, and we face the comin year with certainty that we will be able to cope with any and all situations that may confront us. iu. iUU Qlcuil ABELL, JEANjMARIE Box 26, Yanceyville, N. C. ABERCROMBIE, RUCIA MAXINE Box 1239, Burlington, N. C. ANDREWS, CLAYTON C, JR. Box 28, McLeansville, N. C. A ENT, STANLEY ALLLSON 91 1 Beaumont Ave., Burlington, N. C. BAILESS. OLIVER THOMAS Box 194, Elon College, N. C. BARBER, SAMUEL KENNETH Route 2. Box 79. Elon College, N. C. BAREFOOT, JOHN QLTNCIY Route 2, Benson, N. C. BASS, OLLIE ADRON, JR. 1 17 N. Pearl St., Rocky Mount, N. C. BERRY DALLAS DEAN 1329 22nd St., South Norfolk, ' a. BISHOP, CHARLES VV. Route 2, Walnut Cove, N. C. BOWEN, JAMES GREGORY 309 N. Broad St., Burlington, N. C. BRAXTON, NORMAN HUETT Scotland Neck, N. C. BRIGMAN, ARCHIE Rowland, N. C. BROWN, CLARENCE B. 1020 South Park Ave., Burlington, N. C. BURNS, JAMES MILTON 203 Hoke St., Burlington, N. C. BYRD, JOSEPH LE ' Y, JR. Elon College, N. C. CASTELLOE, GROVER C. Aulander, N. C. GATES, JAMES EARL • 201 Tarpler St., Burlington, N. C. 54 ffunia GlaM, CHRISMON. IRA STEDMAX Route I, Brown Summit, . C. COLE, JAMES A ERY 6 Selma A e., Schoolfield, ' a. COLEY, LEW SUMMER -)o8 East Davis St., Burlington, N. C. COOPER. HAMPTON S. Box 331, Schoolfield, ' a. COPELAND. FRANK ELDRIDGE Box 303, Elon College, N. C. DANIEL, NHRTON BASOM Box 544, Elon College, N. C. DA IS. IRGINIA LOUISE 704 Broad Ave., Greensboro, N. C. DAMS. WILLIAM EDWARD 1 121-24 St., N. W., Washington, D. C. DOUGHERTY, JANE ELLEN 246 Roseville Ave,, Newark, N. J. EA ES, C:OY J. Box 252, Elon College, N. C. FOLEY, WILLIAM WEBSTER Patterson, Leaksville, N. C. FO.STER, DOLLY REE 403 Ma[)le . ve., Burlington, N. C. FO.STER, LE.STER ANDERSON Granite Quarry, N. C. FOSTER, MEL A GRAY 517 Broad Ave., Greensboro, N. C ' .. FO.STER, .SARA MARIE 517 Broad Ave., Greensboro, N. C. FOWLER, ARTHUR F. 3o() I ast I)., Erwin. .X. C:. GABRIEL, RICHARD WILLI A. I, JR. 3555 Mooney Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio GABRIEL, WILLIAM WW Ml. Mourne, N. C. 55 UHW Qladyi GRAVETT, ALBERT KEITH 1 1 00 Seventh, South Boston, ' a. GRAY, EDWARD FURMAN Box 147, Haw River, N. C GROGAN, ZEDA MAE 417 Moil- St., Leaksville, N. C. HARRIS, JEAN WOOD Roseboro, N. C. HARRIS, WILLIAM EDGAR New Holland, N. C. HAWKINS, FRED Route 3, Hendersonville, N. C. HERRING, MORRIS C. Box 313, Roseboro, N. C. HOPKINS, WILLIAM ANDREW 172 Columbia Ave., Hampton, Va. HOWELL, RALPH LEROY Chuckatuck, Va. HUEY EDNA DORIS Route -2, Elon College, N. C. HUGHES, MURIL T. Cashmere, W. Va. JOHNSON, EUGENE CARRINGTON 1013-22 St., Newport News, ' a. JONES, JAMES FREDRICK Bolton, N. C. JORDON, ROBERT CURTIS 510 W. Front St., Burlins?ton, N. C. KECK, FAY MAXINE Route 4, Burlington, N. C. KENNEDY, HOYT C. 409 Trollinger St., Burlington, N. C. KING, WAYNE EDWARD Box 53, Elon College, N. C. KI ETT, JAMES WALKER 401 Glenwood Ave., Burlington, N. C. 56 unio-n, GIgA 1 KI " ETT, VILLIAM ROBERT 512 N. Main St.. Burlington, X. C:. KUZSMAN. FRANCIS JOSEPH Box 121, Ellcnville, N. Y. LLOYD, ELDRIDGE BURGESS Box 141, Elon Clollege, N. C. LO " E, DA " ID V. Elon College, N. C. McCAULEY, LARRY BAUMAN 207 Highland, Burlington, N. C. McCRACKEN, MALCOLM S . 210 Sinclair C oiu ' t, Sanford, N. C. McKENZIE, OWEN RAY Box 213, Gihsonville, N. C. L DREN, JAMES WOODROW Box 594, Elon Collei e, N. C:. MARSHBURN, OSWALD HOLT 1 108 Maple St., Greensboro, N. C. .MINOR, JAMES AL A 530 River St., Graham, N. C. MOFFIT, FLETA MAY 218 E. Bragg St., Greensboro, N. C. MOSER, CLEMENTH ELWOOD 203 Sellars St., Burlington, N. C. MYERS, CHARLES BERNARD Box 403, Mayodan. . . C. NALL, BILLY LEE 3(i[ Williamson St., Burlington, N. C. Ol.l)II. . I. ROBERT C. 104 West ••I " St., Erwin. N. C. PARKER, IRED NASH Elon College, N. C. PATTERSON. GEORGE GRAI1. . I Box 792, Burlington, N. C. PLA, IR(;iNIA ELLEN lo " , Central .Ave., Baldwin, N. . 57 I44 K 10 GlaM. PRESNELL, LACY MARTIN, JR. Box 36, Bennett, N. C. PUGH, WILLIAM THOMAS 229 Guthrie St., Graham, N. C. RICHARDS, DAVID DARDEN I 73 1 Bradford Terrace, Portsmouth, ' a. RICHARDS; HENRY WILSON Box 411, Elon College, N. C. RODGERS, WILLIAM H. Elon College, N. C. RUSSELL, C. LAVERNE 323 V. Harden St., Graham, N. C. SAHLMANN, FRED GUSTER 232 Congress St., Charleston, S. C. SHACKELFORD, GEORGE GREGORY, JR. 811-27 .St., Newport News, Va. SHEPHERD, PAUL WILLIS Box 91, Cooleemee, N. C. SMITH, HERMAN T. Route 3, Box 14, Jacksonville, N. C. SPIRKO, JOHN GILBERT Box 5, Elon College, N. C. SYKES, LAWRENCE EDWARD 702 Albany St., Burlington, N. C. TERZINO, ALVIN A. Box 5, Elon College, N. C. THOMAS, ELMER DA ' ID I r,22 W. Davis St., Burlington, N. C. THOMPSON, JUNIE P. Snow Camp, N. C. TICKLE, MARION MARTIN 208 E. Fifth St., Burlington, N. C. TOLLEY, WILLIAM P. Edgewood Add., Lynchlaurg, Va. TRUITT, ANN RAWLES Box 572, Elon College, N. C 58 i44UX3 K tCi ' dd ' TURK, LOIS MARION Route 3, Box 74, Tifton, Ga. UPCHURCH, JANE c)oi V. Markham Ave., Durham, N. C. ANCE, JOHN DA ID, JR. 16 N.Jefferson, Mason City, Iowa ARGA, PAUL Route I, Box 72, Prince George, ' a. WARD, ARNOLD HOLT 605 Gra es St., Burlington, N. C. WAVLAND. JAMES JACKSON Box 341, Elon Oillege, N. C VE.STER, ALEXANDER RUFUS, JR. Route I, Broadway, N. C. WHITE, EDWARD CARL, JR. Route 2, Wa erly, ' a. WICKER, DA ID CARLTON 1004 Rainey St., Burlington, N. C. WOMACK, CECIL GRAHAM Joneshoro Hts., Station, Rt. 6, Sanfbrd, N. C ' . WOMACK, MARY WVNONA Route 6, Sanford, N. C. WOMBLE, WORTH MARION 1 02 1 W. Ocean Ave., Norfolk, Va. WOODS, c:. c:arl. jr. Box 547 Elon College, N. C. WRIGHT, ROBERT JOSEPH 59 Carew Terrace, Springfield, Mass. YATES, ROBERT ALLEN Route 1. Chadliourn, N. C:. 59 George Etheridge President Second Act — Although there were times when we seriously doul ited that our first year would end and we would become " Superior Sophomores, " we exalt the positions we now hold on the campus. As we become more at home here, we are proud that we are accepting responsibilities instead of " being " responsibilities. 60 U put T H ialdl W ' v Iia c bcg un to rxplorc tlic arious fields of cnclea ' or in order to find our special interest and to guide our pathways in that direction. It is with keen cleli " ht that we seek the knowledoe that will label US — Juniors, SofUtXk fUO ie First row, left to right: Abell, Elinore Irene, Box 382, Elon College, N. C. Abell, Sheffield Horace, Jr., Box 26, Yanceyville, N. C. AUred, Charles Fred, Elon College, N. C. Anderson, Gale Darrell, Route i, Elon College, N. C. Anderson, Grover Clinton, 405 South Mendenhall, Greensboro, N. C. Andrews, James Cleo, 123 VVest Pine St., Graham, N. C. Second row: Apple, Glenn Dwight, 427 Rowland St., Henderson, N. C. Askew, William Linwood, Jr., Eure, N. C. Barger, Billy Ray, 108 S. Queen Ann St., Burlington, N. C. Blanford, David, Jr., 903 Colley Ave., Norfolk, Va. Blue, Herman H., 506 South Church St., Burlington, N. C. Bolick, R. Glenn, 617 Piedmont Way, Burlington, N. C. Third row: Booth, Evelyn Elizabeth, 104 Cumberland St., Roanoke, Va. Borneman, Henry Dillon, 702 Orange St., Wilmington, N. C. Boswick, Guy Weston, Jr., 1400 Hampton Dr., Newport News, ' a. Bowman, James Fred, Box 211, Elon College, N. C. Boyd, Walter Yates, Whitmell, ' a. Bragg, Branch, Jr., 304 Main St., Blackstone, Va. Fourth row: Branch, Evelyn Faye, 1309 East Walnut St., Gold.sboro, N. C. Bromley, Rosamond, 516 Seventh St.. Huntington, W. ' a. Buckner, Saul Hughes, Route 2, Elon College, N. C. Burke, Wallace Wihson, 127 W. Holt St., Burlington, N. C. Burkhead, Edward Harris, 431 West Kivett St., Asheboro, N. C. Callahan, ' ivian Edith, Route 2, Graham, N. C. QUu a i950 First row, Iffi to right: Cameron, Marcus, Route 6, Sanford, N. C. Cherry, Orman Eldred, Box 62, Draper, N. C. Clapp, Rosser Lee, Route i , Brown Summit, N. C. Clayton, Emma Jean, Box 96, West Durham, N. C. Claytor, Glenn Lambert, Route i. Box 152, Glasgow, Va. Coley, Carl B., 308 Highland Ave., Burlington, N. C. Second row: Colman, Ruth, 134 V. Gilman St., Madison, Wisconsin Conklin, Lloyd E., 511 E. Davis St., Burlington, N. C. Cooke, Clyde Higgins, Haw River, N. C. Cooper, June Matkins, Route 2, Graham, N. C. Cooper, Nelvin Eugene, 121 3 E. Green St., High Point, N. C. Cooper, Samuel Allan, Jr., Route 2, Graham, N. C. Third row: Cothran, Philip C, loio Bay St., Durham, N. C. Crosby, Clarence Elmore, Route 5, Shelby, N. C. Crutchfield, Delia Juanita, Route i, Elon College, N. C. Daniel, Harold Zane, Elon College, N. C. DeLoache, Thomas Baynard, 805 W. Davis St., Burlington, N. C. DeSimone, Henry Augustus, Lancaster Ave., Devon, Pa. Fourth roil ' : Dickins, Waldo L., 550 Oakwood Ave., Sanford, N. C. Dixon, Paul Bennet, Route 3, Burlington. N. C. Dodson, Samuel Gordon, Jr., Route i, Efland, N. C:. Dyer, Gaynelle Odessa, 1205 Walnut St., Reidsville, N. C. Edwards, Arimathea Sue, 306 South Gregson St., Durham, N. C. Efird, John Ira, 112 Lakeside Ave., Burlington, N. C. Cameron Cherry C:lapp Clayton, Emma Claytor, Glenn C;olcy C:olman Conklin C:ookc Clooper, June Clooper, Nelvin Cooper, .Samuel ( lothran Clrosby Crutchfield Daniel Dcl.ochc De.Simone Dickins Di. son Dodson Dyer Edwards Efirds SopJt a HO e First row, left to right: Etheridge, George Whitfield, 501 E. Ocean View, Norfolk, Va. Eubank, Ashley Lynwood, 3650 Fort Ave., Lynchburg, Va. Feltman, Walter Clarence, Bo. 1 12, Glen Raven, N. C. Ferrara, Anthony Jame.s, 103-51-101 St., Ozone Park, N. Y. Fesmire, Len Thomas, 7012 Summit . ' ve., Madeira, Ohio Foster, Hal Dowd, Jr., Box 1141. Burlington, N. C. Second row: Foushee, Ralph Lee, Route i, Sanford, N. C. Gaither, Lawrence J., Granite Quarry, N. C. Gibbs, Allen Roger, Elon College, N. C. Gibson, Charles Mugler, 329 Hampton Rds., Hampton, ' a. Gibson, Jack Franklin, 210 Franklin, Burlington, N. C. Gilbert, Flora Mae, Rt. i, Dunn, N. C. Third row: Gilliam, Theron Idol, Rt. i, Elon College, N. C. Godwin, Alton Harper, Box 83, Kenly, N. C. Goolsby, Henry Herbert. Route 2, Carnesville, Ga. Graham, Walter Daniel, Box 506, Elon College, N. C. Greene, Billie Marion, 3526 Wake Forest Rd., Durham, N. C. Hackney, Russell Gray, 1333 Cornwall Place, Norfolk, ' a. Fourth row: Harper, William F., 1039 S. Williams St., Henderson, N. C. Harris, Mary Elizabeth, 609 James St., Burlington, N. C. Hinton, Doris L., 606 Kivett St., Burlington, N. C. Hoffman, Elizabeth, Route i, Burlington, N. C. Hoope. Henry Theodore. 728 35th St., Newport News, ' a. Hosking. John Herbert. 936 Main St., Dan ille, ' a. QUu o i950 First row, left In right: Ingram, David Frank. Gretna, ' a. Ivey, William Coy, Route i, Snow Camp, N. C. Jackson, Helen Mozelle, 141 4 Horace Mann Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C. Jacob, Kenneth Tait, Algonquin Park, Norfolk, " a. Jarrett, Calvin Dudley, 131 W. Pine St., Graham, N. C. Jernigan, Joseph Branscomia, Blackstonc, ' a. Second row: Johnson, Delessep, .Siler City, N. C. Johnson, Hal Dempsey, 210 Long St., Burlington, N. C. Johnson, Martha Ellen. 211 .Mbright A e., Graham, N. C. Johnston, Willie Otis, 702 X ' irginia Ave., Burlington, N. C. Joyner, Charles Stanley, Route i, Bo.x 115, Zuni, Va. Keck, Nancy Catherine, Route 4, Burlington, N. C. Third row: Kozakewich, Mary C, Route 2, Elon College, N. C. Latta, Mary ' irginia, 503 Georgia Ave., Burlington, N. C. Love, Billy G., 61 1 Broad, Burlington, N. C. Long, Ernest Nick, 603 Maple Ave., Burlington, N. C. Lee, Richard Henry, Route 3, Blackstone, ' a. Lynam, Charles .Man, Route 3, Wake Forest, N. C. Fourth row: Lynch, Gilmer Lee, 1006 S. Park Ave., Burlington, N. C. Lyon, W ' yle Larry, Box 663, Elon College, N. C. McRae, Harold Glenn, 502 Fayetteville St., Asheboro, N. C. Matthew, Marjorie Elizabeth, Rt. i. Box 144. Portsmouth, ' a. Matthews, Warren Alfred, 2915 Spring Garden St., Greensboro, N. C. Melson, Bet.sy Jean, Hotel Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, N. C. Ingram Ivey Jackson Jacob Jarrett Jernigan Johnson, Delessep Johnson, Hal Johnson, Martha Johnson, Willie Joyner Keck Kozakewich Latta Love Long Lee Lynam Lynch Lyon McRae Matthew Matthews Melson j ij SapJiO no e. First row, left to right: Meredith, Edward Andy, Florence Ave., Virgilina, Va. Miles, Maynard Nicks, 308 Tucker, Burlington, N. C. Mittelstadt, Billy Oliver, Route 4, Reids ' ille, N. C. Mobley, William M., Courtland Place, Reidsville, N. C. Montgomery, Robert Lee, Hotel Fort Lewis, Salem, Va. Morgan, Archie Thomas, Route 2, Suffolk, Va. Second row: Moses, Frank W., Jr., Box 372, Elon College, N. C. Nesbit, Emmett Garrison, 2219 Abbey Rd., Norfolk, Va. Newton. Richard Elder, 853 Waugh Ave., Greensboro, N. C. Norman, Parks Harry, Jr., Bo.x 201, Greensboro, N. C. Parker, Raymond Lonnie, Jr., 139 S. Saratoga St., Suffolk, Va. Pate, Alvin Earl, 131 4 22nd St., South Norfolk, Va. Third row: Payne, Bobby Winford, Route i. Box 162, Giijsonville, N. C. Pearce, Allen David, 611 Parkview Drive, Burlington, N. C. Petrey, Richard Holt, 2400 20th St., N.E., Washington, D. C. Pittman, Jeanne E erette, Rushmere, Va. Rakes, William Earl, Field Ave., Fieldale, Va. Rice, James Eugene, Route 5, Reidsville, N. C. Fniirth rniv: Ritter, Gurley Wingfield, 705 Major Ave., Norfolk, ' a. Roane, Douglas Champe, 1 548 Chela Ave., Norfolk, Va. Rothgeb, Charlotte Elizabeth, Route 3, Luray, Va. Russell, Clenon Wendell, 41 2 W ' . Harden St., Graham, N. C. Scoggins. Hovey D., Gibsonville, N. C. Seawell, William Albright, Route i, Snow Camp, N. C. Meredith Miles Mittelstadt Mobley Montgomery Morgan Moses Nesbit Newton Norman Parker Pate Payne Pearce Petrey Pittman Rakes Rice Ritter Roane Rothgeb Russell Scoggins Seawall eUu 0 i950 First row, left tn right: Sharpe, Mildred Marie, Box 476, Burlington, N ' . C. Sheppcrton, Lincoln Addison. 345 Sowams Rd., Barrington, R. I. Shomaker. Edward Gilmer. Box 314, Elon Collesre, X. C. Skinker, Thomas Murray, Morningside Heights, Binghamton, . Y. Spence, Louise Moody, . ppomattox, ' a. Squires, Lester Golden. Jr., Rt. 2, Graham, N. C. Sturtevant, John Malcolm. 79 Rumstick Rd., Barrington, R. L Second row: Summers, Joan Nerita. Apple St., Gibsonville, N. C. Taylor, Doris Louise, Efland. X. C. Taylor, Leon Howard, Cubana Rd., Thomasville, Ga. Taylor, Tessie Zimmerman, Rt. 5, Reidsville, X. C. Temple, Valter Eugene, Rt. 4, Sanford, X ' . C. Thomas, Oliver Xorton, 755 Chancellor Ave., Irvington, 11, X.J. Thompson, K.Jean, 6627 Elm St., Meriemont, Cincinnati, Ohio Third row: Todd. John Earl, 1333 Rodgers St., South Norfolk, Va. Truitt, Betty Lou, Route 4, Burlington, N. C. Tucker, Phyllis Rose. 105 Linden .Ave., Kannapolis, N. C. Valker, Eula Jean, 204 Peele St.. Burlington, N. C. Walker, Lois Ellen, 706 Thayer St., Akron. Ohio Walker, Robert William, Box 1 26, Kernersville, N. C. Waters, Francis James, Box 476, Elon College, X. C. Fourth row: Watkins, Edward Arnold, Route 2, Box 39, Franklin, ' a. Vebi), Theodore, Jr., Box 587, Rockingham, X. C. White, Doris True, Box log, Luray, ' a. White, Jack Carson, 219 Myrtle St., High Point, X. C. Williams, Hal Lawson, Rt. 5, Box 19, Reidsville, N. C. Williams, Robert Hunter, 623 Rose St., Clifton Forge, ' a. Wilson, Roger Bartlett, 144 Medway St., Providence, R. L Yeagcr. ' illiam Enoch. 732 I y St.. X ' orfolk. ' a. Sharpe Sheppei ' ton Shomaker Skinker Spence .Squires Sturtevant Summers Taylor, Doris Taylor, Leon Taylor, Tessie Temple Thomas Thompson Todd Truitt Tucker Walker, Eula Walker, Lois Walker, Robert Waters Watkins Webb White, Doris White, Jack Williams, Hal Williams, Robert Wilson Yeager Charles Johnson President iMtAci — We arc the greatest in nuiiiljcr and enthnsiani. Our first weeks were filled with bewilderment and confusion. Now, ho ve cr, vvc have settled down to form what we belie e is the best class in college. We have made friendships this year that we will always value, and 68 U Gi4AicUn RUel as we work and plav it is always with an eye toward the future. We realize the road ahead is a long one, but we feel that our aceoniplish- ments will be our reward for time well spent. 1 ? • ? T , ■ 0X %. ' r. yas ! v? «rJ n elk f1i G 4 Ackerman, Harold Joseph, 707 Albany St., Burlington, N. C. Addison, Arthur Downing, 717 Stockley Gardens, Norfolk, " a. Albert, Sonya Ebsen, 21 North Shine St., Orlando, Fla. Albright, Annie Laura, Rt. i, Mebane, N. C. Allen, Allie, Jr., Box 195, Haw River, N. C. Allen, Richard Jerome, 817 Orville Ave., South Norfolk, Va. Amos, Fred Wilson, 1610 McKnight Mill Rd., Greens- boro, N. C. Andrew, Buford Miller, Rt. i, Altavista, Va. Apple, Ed Rufus, iio Guthrie St., Burlington, N. C. Applegate, M. Dallas, 61 Tradd, Charleston, S. C:. Armstrong, Robert Frank, Corapeake, N. C. Atkin- son, Edwin Fitzhugh, 926 Raleigh Ave., Norfolk, ' a. Bailey, Charles Darwin, Rt. i. Snow Camp, N. C. Barron, Navarre Thomas, Jr., 212 South St., Franklin, Va. Bason, Emma Jean 207 North Melville St., Gra- ham, N. C. Berry, Martha Elizabeth, Rt. i, Bo. 144, Portsmouth, ' a. Biangardi, Fred, 312 4th Ave., Bay Store, N. ' . Black- stone, William Thomas, 2150 Mango Place, S. Jackson- ville, Fla. Blanchard, Billie Jean, Rt. 2. Burlington, N. C. Boone, Jane Carr, Route 4, Burlington, N. C. Booth, William Davis, Calypso, N. C. Bowers, Harold Eugene, Box 63, Draper, N. C. Bowman, Joseph Neese, 706 Elwood St., Burlington, N. C. Brady, James Clyde, Box 597, Elon College, N. C. Brande, JefT Leon, Rt. i. Brown Summit, N. C. Bran- nock, James Boyd, 203 Tarpley St., Burlington, N. C. Braxton, Margaret Elizabeth, Box 427, Elon College, N. C. Broughton, John Manning, Jr., 300 Maycox Ave., Norfolk, Va. Bryan, Marvin Allen, Box 235, Burlington, N. C. Buckner, Elizabeth Anne, Route 2, Elon College, N. C. Burns, Cristel Lois, Rt. 3, Siler City, N. C. Burrus, Charles Lindbergh, Engelhard, N. C. 70 Cla4 . . . i950 m ( !assell, Charles Cuilis, Draper. N. C. Cassell, Frances Elizabeth, 2 1 5 VV ' esr Ray St., High Point, N. C. Chand- ler, Dav-id Alva, 713 S. Church St., Burlington, N. C. Chappell, Carlton Elbert, 616 ' -B " St., South Norfolk, a. Cherry, Clifford Dean, E. Va. Ave. Ext., Draper, N. C. (Christy, John Joseph, 38 Fountain Ave., Crafton, Pa. Christholm. Evelyn Joan, Somerset, Ro.xboro, N. C. Clapp, Mary Belle, Ri. 6, Bo.x 180, Greensboro, N. C. Clayton, Nancy Jane, 725 N. Main St., Roxboro, N. C. Clifi, John Rucker, 709 Spruce St., Martinsville, ' a. Clyburn, James Leo, Rt. 4, Box 369, Charleston, S. C. C oble, Hiram Newton, Snow Camp. N. C. Council Joseph B., Rt. 3, Apex, N. C. Coyner, Robert Willis, 240 Plymouth Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C. Craven, Leonideth Owen, Ramseur, N. C;. Crutch- field, Lonnie Lee, Rt, i, Elon College, N. V.. Cutchin, Paul S., Rt. i, Sniithfield, ' a. Daniel, Mrs. Helen Jones, Elon College, N. C. Dickerson, Charlie Dewey, Rt. 2, Roxboro, N. C. Dickinson, Fielding Lewis, Lo etto, " a. Durham, Minnie Reita, Route 2, Burlington, N. C. Durso, Joseph Michael, 400 W. Wayne Ave., Wayne, Pa. Edmundson, Henry Garland, Pikeville, N. C. Ellis, Raleigh Duke, Jr., 238 Holladay St., Suffolk, Va. Engles, Edward ' incciit, Elon College, N. C. Evans, Dolores Estelle, 16 Count St., Roanoke, Va. Farmer, Harry Lee, 1140 Hawthorne Ave., South Norfolk, Va. Faust, ' iola . nn, Box 575, Elon College, N. C. Fesniire, Walker Eugene, Rt. i, Cincinnati, Ohio. I ' ogleman, Lawrence Eugene, Box 11, Elon College, . . C. Foust, ' Fhonias Jackson, 234 Worth St., Gra- ham, . . C. I ' ' rc -ni.in. William Herbert, 311 Main St., Leaksville, N. C. 71 ne k 4fta t Fuqua, Amanda Jane, 403 Central Ave., Burlington, N. C. Fuqua, Amel Jean, 403 Central Ave., Burling- ton, N. C. Garrett, Charlie William, Rt. 3, Roxboro, N. C. Gentry, Norma Aleane, Timberlake, N. C. Gilliam, William Clyde, Jr., Rt. 2, Bo.x 17, Elon Col- lege, N. C. Gilmore, Noah Gaston, 604 Jones St., Burlington, N. C. Gladden, Joan Bly, Rt. 6, Burling- ton, N. C. Golden, Leon Jackson, 316 Kemper Rd., Danville, Va. Goslen, Maxwell Boner, 123 N. Cherry St., Kerners- ville, N. C. Grant, Fredrick George, 406 Keeney St., Manchester, Conn. Gray, Virginia Ruth, Rt. i, Haw River, N. C. Greenwood, Leonard, 107 8th Ave., Haddon Heights, N. L Hall, Robert C, 3rd St., Fieldale, ' a. Hamrick, James Lewis, 121 Carolina Ave., Draper, N. C. Hardy, Jerry David, Jr., 22 Wade Ave., Baltimore, Md. Hargrove, Beverly Ann, 701 Maple Ave., Burlington, N. C. Harned, Robert Joseph, 53 8oth St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Harris, Doris Marie, 3413 Wake Forest Rd., Durham, N. C. Harris, Gladys Louise, Rt. i, Roxboro, N. C. Hayes, Bobby Ray, log Sidney Ave., Burlington, N. C. Helm, Roy Jennings, 928 Webb Ave., Burlington, N. C. Hendricks. John Truitt, 3925 Davenant Ave., Cincin- nati, Ohio. Hodgson, Flake Colen, 622 Armfield St., Statesville, N. C. Hoffman, Nancy Lynch, Box 282, Gibsonville, N. C. Holland, Oscar Lee, Rt. i, Clinton, N. C. Holt, Preston Allen, Ashby St., Spray, N. C!. Hooper, Oscar Lee, Jr., Brown Summit, N. C!. Hopkins, B. G., 25 Malvesn Hill Apts. i, Portsmouth, ' a. Hopkins, Nancy Laurie, iioo Maiden Lane, Reidsville, N. C. Ingram, William Vernon, Jr., 620 Menden- hall, Greensboro, N. C. Ireland, Mary Sue, Rt. 2, Elon College, N. C. Jackson, Charlie Mac, Gates, N. C. 72 eiaU . . . i950 trprr ) Jenks, William Lee, 1005 Bedford Ave., Altavista, ' a. Johnson, Charles Cleveland, Jr., Chuckatuck, ' a. Johnson, Charles R., 217 Pearl St., Suffolk, ' a. Jones, Betty .Mien. 701 Alden St., Burlington, N. C. Jones, Carl Edward, 518} Jackson St., Valdosta, Ga. Jones, Harry Edmunds, 505 South St., Franklin, ' a. Joyce, Eddie Milton, Box 437, Mayodan, N. C. Joyner, Betty irginia. Main St., Smithfield, ' a. Kelly, Roy .Mford, Jr., 17 Station St., Pittsburg, Pa. Kennedy, Davey Lee, 118 E. Veatherspoon .St., San- ford, N. C. Kernodle, Annie Kate, Rt. 4, Burlington, N. C. Kernodle, James Lowell, Rt. 4, Burlington, N. C. Kernodle, Laura Jane, Rt. i, Elon College, N. C. King, Glenn Parker, Box 578, Elon College, N. C. King, Mary Elizabeth, Ramseur, N. C. King, Mar- garet Sue, 105 Guthrie St., Burlington, N. C. Kirley, John Robert. C:hub Lake St., Roxboro, N. C. Kivett, Forbis Lee Rt. i, Jantestovvn, N. C. Kizer, Hobert Lenwood, Draper, . C ' .. Kluttz, Ernest Ruf- I ' us, 3 Johnson St., Rt. g, Concord, N. C. Knofla, Alan Neal, 56 Chestnut St., Manchester, Conn. Lake, Elbert Montague, Fourth, Mebane, N. C. Law- rence, Ralph Jackson, Rt. 3, Apex, N. C. Leigh, Robert Alfred, 733 Todds Lane, Hampton, ' a. Le ine, Richard Donald, 3227 Netherland A c.. Ri er- dale, . . ' . Lindsay, Robert William, Rt. 2, Snow ( ' ani|j. X. ( ' . Livingstone, Jo-Ann ' ick, 209 Gordon St.. Sanford, N. C. Ludwig, Albert Henry, 155 N. Lakewoocl, Baltimore, Md. McBane, George Fcsmon, Rt. i, Mebane, N. C. Mc- Kinney, Wilburn Edward, Engelhard, N. C. McLel- lan, Malcolm .-Xlbert, i 19 Minturn Ave., Hamlet, N. C. Mcland, James T., Jr., Box 604, Elon College, N. C. 73 nJ lll 4 ' 9tX! 4 McPherson, Don Walter, 804 Maple A e.. Biiilina;ton, N. C. Mann, Rudolph, 400 Fair Ave., Burlington, N. C. Martin, Allen Jackson, Jr., Rt. 2, Ruffin, N. C. Martin. Curtis John, Ridge, Fieldale, Va. Meacham, Richard Legette, 2021 Asheboro St., Greens- ijoro, N. C. Milam, Patsy Ann, 7605 Sheryl Drive, Norfolk, Va. Miller, John Malone, Jr., 333 Albright Ave., Graham, N. C;. Mittelsiadt, Lorena Boyd, Wentworth, N. C. Moflb, Michael H., 37 Bradley Ave., VVaterbiu-y. Clonn. Moncly, David Allen 120 Government A e., Norfolk, Va. Moore, Carolyn Curtis, 211 6th St., Burlington, N. C. Moses, Mary Alice, Rt. 3, Pittsboro, N. C. Motley, David Lanier, Jr., Rt. 3, Bo. 280, Reidsville, N. C. Nail, George Truitt, 301 Williamson St., Bur- lington, N. C. Neal, Patsy Jean, 703 Chiaxh St., Burlington, N. C. Neff, Mary Margaret, 2874 4111 A c., Huntington, W. ' a. Nelson, Richard Harvey, Kerners ille, N. C:. Nester, Maynard Smith, Rt. 2, Mt. Airy, N. C. Newton, Margaret Evelyne, Box 1 55, Alamance, N. C. Nuckles, Da id Lee, 100 Summitt Ave., Burlington, N. C. Oakley, Celia Ann, Rt. 2, Burlington, N. C. Osborne, Margaret Estelle, 2714 Randleman Rd., Greensboro, N. C. Owen, Waverly Bernard, Rt. i, Carrollton, a. Painter, Page Franklin, Rt. 3, Luray, Va. Parker, William Haile, Jr., Mt. Landing, ' a. Payne, Melvin Sylvester, Rt. i, Gibsonville, N. C. Penning- ton, Er in, Rt. 2, Burlington, N. C. Perry, Peggy Lou, no Rolling Rd.. Burlington, N. C. Peterson, Jane Elizabeth, 1064 Bay ' ie v BKd., Nor- folk, a. Phillips, Isabelle Brown, Rt. 2, Bennett, N. C. Pickard, James Macon, 117 S. Maple, Graham, N. C. Piatt, John F., 21 Maple St., Milford, Conn. 74 Gla6 , . . i950 W Prf atte, James Maurice, Fairmont, N. C:. Pu h, Betty Jean, Rt. 4, Box 46, Greensboro, N. C. Quaken- bush. Tommy Scott, Rt. 2, Graham, N. C. Ragsdale, Forrest Wales, Jr., :3og Ede;e vood Ave., Burlins?ton N. C. Reid, Carroll Irvin, Jr., 212 Henny Clay Rd., Ashland, a. Renn, William Sellers, Jr., 428 Lee St., Hampton, a. Rhodes, James Ralph, 421 W. Front St., Burling- ton, N. C. Riddle, Jesse Wicker, Ri. 4. Bo. 37, Dur- ham, N. C. Roberts, Barbara .Xnn, Bq. 1115, Reidsville. N. C. Robertson, George Bennett, 201 N. Broad St., Burling- ton, N. C:. Robertson, William Lewis, no Ellsworth, Martinsville, Va. Rogers, Robert Earl, Rt. 3, Box 233, Williamston, N. C. Roshelli, Louis Frank, 410 W. Wayne Ave., Wayne, Pa. Rubinate, Robert Daniel, 511 W. 235th St., Riverdale, N. Y. Sawyer, John, 115 Logan St., Burlington, N. C. Scott, Doeward Houston, 812 Jefferson St., Clifton Forge, ' a. Scott, Robert Loften, 313 High St., Lawrenceville, Va. Seay, George Alfred, Jr., 613 Asheboro St., Greens- boro, N. C. Sharpe, John William, Rt. i. Graham, N. C. Shomakcr, Samuel Ryan, Box 314, Elon Col- lege, N. c;. Simpson, Beverly Irene, Box 305, Haw River, N. C. Sinclair, William R., 728 Laurens St., Camden, S. C. Smith, Dewin Leonard, 406 Albright Ave., Graham, N. C. Smithwick. Robert Bruce, 420 Penna, Ave., Norfolk, ' a. Spivcy, Jo.seph Robert.s, 311 W. Washington St., Suf- folk, ' a. Stiteler, William Lloyd, Jr., 44 Alleghany St.. Clifton Forge, ' a. Strole, Agnes Anne, Chad- bourn, N. C;. Tatum, Betty Jeane, 306 Fisher St., Burlington, N. C. Tavormina, Jack Anthony, ii2(i Hillside Ave., Norfolk, ' a. Taylor, Jesse Barrett, 905 Plaid St., Burlington, N. C;. Taylor, Robert Alonzo, 305 Watts St., William- ston, N. C. Tingley, Frank Lytton. Box 41)1, Thomas- ville, N. C. 75 leiUfHon Gla6A i950 Truitt, John Galloway, Jr., Box 157, Elon Clollege, N. C Tuck, Lissie Van Lou, Rt. 3, Virgilina, Va. Under- bill, Hardner Dinkins II, Asia St., Covington, La. ' alenrine, Lois Exelyn, Box 66, Aberdeen, N. C. Vernon, Dorothy Sue, Rt. 3, Mebane, N. C. ' estal. May Brown, Rt. i, Asheboro, N. C. Villacres, Luis Ernesto, Lizardo Garcia 105, Quayaquil, Ecuador, S. A. Waldrop, Arthur Muse, 531 Spring St., Hamlet, N. C. Walters, Bernard Bradsher, Rt. i, Mebane, N. C. Ward, Frank Lee, 709 Rainey St., Burlington, N. C. Way, Martha Elaine, 1604 W. Davis St., Burlington, N. C. Welbourne. Odell, Rt. 3. Thomasville. N. C. White, James Stuart, Box 175, Chatham, ' a. Wicker, Fred Raymond, Rt. 3, Sanford, N. C. Wiles, Don Manley, 1 10 Carolina Ave., Burlington, N. C. Wilkins, Charles, Rt. 3, Suffolk, Va. Wilkins, Lacala Earle, 404 Edge wood Ave., Burling- ton, N. C. Williams, J. C, Summerfield, N. C. Wil- liams, John Calvin, Staley, N. C. Williamson, Fay Dean, Rt. i, Haw River, N. C. Winstead, Molly Roberta, Rt. i, Roxboro, N. C. Wood, Mary Anne, Rt. i, Graham, N. C. Wray, Wayne Rufus, Rt. 2, Box 240, Elon College, N. C. 76 icUiUtied, at a oda4 1 IP wmm 1 rrrrcH ■ um H ■ ■P? m 1 Arthur Fowi.er President Arthur Mizell. I ' lie-PresidenI Suidefti George Shackelford Secretary-Treasurer This school year has marked the inaugu- ration of a new student government for Elon ( ' ollegc. Ours is based primarily on the United States Federal Government. The Administrative Body consists of a president, vice-president, and a secretary- treasurer. The judicial bodies are the Legis- lature, of which the vice-president is speaker, a Student Council, an Honor Council, a Men ' s Interdormitory Council and a Women ' s In- terdormitory Council. Violators are tried by the proper council which is determined by the nature of the offense. All violators have the right of appeal to the student council. The student body officers and members of the Legislatures, the Student Council, and the Honor Council are elected by the entire student body. STUDENT COUNC;iL WOMEN ' S INTERDORMITORY COUNCIL 80 Qo4 e imii Ht 1 1 1 i lil ligH iaiM i H H mjy 1 ■ 1 MEN ' S IXTERDORMITORV COUNCIL HONOR COUNC:iL STUDENT .EGIS[,ATL ' RE Ue Plu Pu GU This, your 1950 Phipsicli, c happily present to you. We hope that you will have as much regard for this book as we have -thus the time spent, the classes missed, the leisure foregone to bring it to you will not have been experienced in vain. It has taken the cooperation of the students, the faculty, and the photographers and the patience of the engravers and i)rintcrs to produce your 1950 1 ' hipsicli. io all those contributing to its puij- 82 lication vc extend our deepest appreeiation. In addition, we must not o crlook the fine eooperation and aid received from our sponsor, Prof. John Foster West. He came to our assistance when it was needed and words cannot express our gratitude for his advice. Here it is — your ig ' jO Phipsici.i. Talce it, keep it, enjoy it. May tlie things you remember be recorded here lor your reference and pleasure in coming years. May the things you do not wisii to forget be kept alive by the contents of your Phisipcli. Prof. JoH.N ' Foster West Staff Clonsists of Ira Cutreli Editor-in-Chief Evelyn Graham Business Manager Bob Wright Associate Editor Bill Perkinson ( r- , r r, D ,., f Co y Editors Bill Williams ) - Alvin Pate Art Editor Rocco DoNATO Sports Editor Walter Graham P wlographer Martha ' eazev Iean Harris ( ■7- . , •i r- ■ ' yp!sts bvE Ldw ' ards I - ' Emma Je. n Clayton ' Evelyn (ru mi wi Business Mmiai ' rr MgAjOXM, What ' s the news? What ' s our lead story? What will the make-up be like? These are a few of the ques- tions the Maroon and Gold staff " ask themselves before each issue. The answers show up when the Maroon and C!old is circulated every other Wednesday morning. Work on the paper starts slowly with the editorial staff doodling a bit. Soon the wheels in the respective editorial and rcportorial minds start grinding; then the linotype machine starts clattering; the type is set in the chase and then put in the bed of the press; the press is started, and its churning rhythm produces the finished pages, along with those pages doomed to be wound around the rollers. Bob Wright Mr. Luther N. Bvrd STAFF Bob W ' right Editor -In-Chiej William Sinclair Managing Editor Al Godwin Feature Editor Rocco SiLEO Sports Editor Evelyn M. Graham Business Manager Wynona Womack Circulation Manager Walter Graham Staff Photographer B. G. Frick Printer Jack Steele Press Man Luther N. Byrd Adviser 84 QaU 0 1950 Wlicn the four pages arc Hnally ofi the press, they are pounced upon h tlie staff and critically perused. The ine itable errors which ha e escaped the scrutiny of the proofreader are heralded with groans, and the issue is stacked for circulaticjn. A few choice copies are placed in a guarded file to be entered in the North C ' arolina Collegiate Press Association ' s convention competition in hope of again winning the top honors awarded to last year ' s Maroon and Ciold. This procedure took place e ery two weeks during the past year in order to put a copy of the Maroon and Gold in your hands. We hope you ha e enjoyed the paper — we have enjoyed wcjrking on it. 7 4e GU(Un The College Choir, under the direction of John Westmoreland with Fletcher Moore at the organ, is one of the most active college organi- zations. In addition to its basic fimction of furnisliing music for Sunday church services and week-day chapel, it presents performances of three major oratorios each year, one of these being the annual Christmas rendition of Handel ' s " The Messiah. " The choir also has a radio program every Sunday from 2 :oo to 2:30 P. M. over VVBBB, Burlington, and affiliated stations. OFFICERS Warren Johnson President Ann Truitt Vice-Preiident Genev.- Cooper Secretary- Treasurer Other high points in choir activity are oflT-campus performances, ranging from appearances by soloists and ensembles at various func- tions all over the state to an ambitious spring tour which has taken the choir as far north as New England. The choir is composed of both music students and any members of the college student body who enjoy choral music. 86 MuUite Ual Hd4 aciatiOH ' I he Ministerial .Association is coniposccl (jf students who are plan- ning to make a vocation of full-time C hristian vvofk, including the ministery, religious education directing, teaching of religion, church music, and other fields of Christian service. Included in the group are se eral students who hold pastorates in near-by churches. Emphasis is placed upon building Christian character and under- standing the problems confronting the Christian worker. Christian fellowship is enjoyed in the weekly meetings and social activities. OFFICERS J.- MES R. H.JiiLEV Pri ' .wdt ' nt W. RREN Johnson Vice-President Helen J. ckson Secretary Oliver Howell Treasurer Dr. F. E. Reynolds Sponsor 87 St44ae4ii GliAMiUin W ' ll 1 I I I nl I |. Treasurer Pu pod e . . . The members of the Student C hristian Associations belong to an amazing fellowship. They are united with 250,000 students and professors on 750 other American college campuses. We, here at Elon, are a part of the world-wide fellowship of the Y.M.C.A., the Y.W.C.A. and the World ' s Student C:hristian Federation. Each member is challenged to live with the following purposes in mind: 88 HdAjOciatian 1. To unite in the desire to realize lull and creative life through a gro ing knowledge of God. 2. To have a part in making this life possible for all people. 3. To seek to understand Jesus and to follow Him. . . . ta Le, 0 SeMMce. ta OtUeU. " U ' BiM (Ui ludat Anil The Household Arts Club ofiers student members additional op- portunities for the development of leadership, for acquiring a broader view of home economics, for co-ordinating the activities of the de- partment, for rendering service to the college and supporting the State and Federal Home Economics Associations. Club projects include a department exhibit for Homecoming, a tea for women students and faculty, a dinner for Elon College trustees, an exhibit of Christmas decorations, a sunrise breakfast and a dinner party. OFFICER.S G.WNELi.E .Sutton President Jane Peterson I ' ice-PresidenI Flora Gilbert Secretary- Treasurer Miss M. Louise Ramsey Sponsor 90 Ci£4ix:.e Clui. offic:er.s Freddy Williamson President Jake Blanchard I ice-I ' iesident YONO MORK Secretary Paul Shepherd Treasurer Evelyn Booth Reporter Paul S. Reddish Faculty Adviser Many of thu mcinbcrs of the Science Club shall some day distinguish themselves in some field of natural science; medicine, dentistry, chemistry, and radio are only a few of the professions waiting for them. But many of the CUub ' s members shall busy themseh ' es as business men, clerks, lawyers, teachers, and even as housewi es, lor the Cllub is not restricted to science majors alone. The only cjualification necessary for memberships is " an interest in natural science. " With guidance from such men as Professor Paul S. Reddish, our faculty ad iser. and others every member of the Science C:lub will find the meetings and acti ities both inspiring and advantageous. 91 Colonnades is the College Magazine. It appears once a year as the niediuni for the finest creati -e written work on this campus. Mei VA Foster Editor OFFICERS Melva Foster Editor Bob Wright issistant Editor Sue Edwards Business Manager Patsy Neal issistant to Business Manager Harvaline Lindse - Assistant to Business Manager Prof. Emily C:. Johnson Sponsor OFFICERS Fred Alfred President James Hailey Secrelarv Dr. V. i. Mosi,e - Brown ■Sponsor The Elon C ollege Masonic Club was organized on October 12, 1949, by a group of Masons in the college community including both students and faculty members. The club is affiliated with the National League of Ma.sonic Clubs and was granted a charter by it on November 16, 1949. This is a social fraternity comprised of Masons who have se eral objectives in view: to instill high ideals and moral values on the cam- pus; to encourage clean .scholarship; to provide constructive social opportunities; to promote the general welfare of students; to formulate a better understanding between faculty and students; to in.spire clean sportsmanship; and to set an example of li ing thafwill contribute to the spiritual life of this college. 92 2 a StuJU iti As time goes on the Day Student Organization of Elun C:ollegc continues to progress. Participation by the members has greatly increased in such college activities as intramural sports, Siudrnl Go ernment and arious social affairs. OFFICERS Tom Williams Presuknl Jack Hunley Vice-Presidenl ' iRGiNiA Latta Sarda y-T)cuswa 93 olo4t PUuienA, A season with the Elon Players constitutes an all-round experience in stage craft. In order to present four plays and an original all-student musical show, members are apt to find themselves doing everything from learning lines to building and paint- ing sets. Under the gracious guidance of Mrs. Elizabeth R. Smith, director and advi.scr of the Players, Elon ' s Thespians present the finest Broadway plays to enthusiastic audiences in Whitley Auditorium. ' " ' 4 X 1 .T 4 OFFICERS JOHN X ' ance Prc.udnit Nash Parker I ' icr-Prrsulnil Martha X ' ease-i- Secretary EvELVNE Moore ' Treasurer Mrs. Ei.iZABEiH R. Smuii Spnmoi 94 AlpJta Pa Oim f(i Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary dramatic fraternity which has as its purpose the de elopment of dramatic talent and the art of acting, the cultivation of a taste for the best in the drama, and finally the fostering of the cultural values which are de eloped by dramatics. Elon C ollege has the Lambda Omicron cast of Alpha Psi Omega on its campus, the membership of which is open to members of the Elon Players who have dis- tinguished themselves in the ' arious phases of dramatic productions. The fraternity is not intended to take the place of the regular dramatic organi- zation, but as students qualify, the) ' arc rewarded b - election to membership in this societv. OFKICERS koHKKi Wrigih Casi Director John Vance Suh-Director Nash Parker Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Elizabeth R. .Smiiii Sponsor 95 pi Q ' atfuna M. U Professor Robert F. Hunter Sponsor National Honorary Social Science Fraternity North Carolina Alpha C hapter Organized 1924 OFFICERS James R. Hailey President Jack Snyder Vice-President Claude Manzi Secretary Edward Short Treasurer Professor Robert Hunter Spo?isor K AM A Jpik i lt i 9iiie i tGil04ud Rfiiatlo-H6, Quia OFFICERS Henrv Ventz President Doris White Corresponding Secretary Jean Bason Recording Secretary Harry W ' igmore, Jr. Treasurer Dr. F. p. Douglas Sponsor The International Relations Club is the organization on our campus which gives all students and faculty members a chance to participate in di.scus.sing ideas on an international level. Fhe goal is to bring about a better understanding of world-wide events and the countries in which they take place. The club, in its weekly meetings, has had many types of progi-ams to create interest in international afli ' airs. Among the speakers from both on and off campus are those who ha ' e a knowledge of some particular country. Other programs include round ta!)le discussions, debates, films, and socials. The I.R.C. room, Itxated in the Library Building, contains clippings, pamphlets, books, and maps on inter- national relations for the u.se of club members and is the regular place for meetings. 97 OFFICERS Raymond L. Haves President Gerald Ginnings Vice-President Doris White Secretary Bob Moore Treasurer HaJUo- The Elon College Amateur Radio C ' lub was organized for the purpose of aiding students in obtaining tlieir " ham ticket, " a license issued by the Federal Commimication Commission to those who pass the examination. The holder of such a license is granted the privilege of building and operating his own radio station, thus com- municating with fellow " hams " all over the world. Pki PU GU 3 le 2 euidcAe OFFICERS Deward Hooker President Bernard Owen Vice-President Joan Summers Secretary Arthur Addison Treasurer Die Deutsche Runde was reorganized this year, with the eflorts of Dr. Konstantinas Avizonis and interested students of German, in order that the students might further their study of the language and acquaint themselves with the customs and traditions of Germany. Authentic movies, recordings, songs and games of Germany provide the amusement for the members of this club at their bi-weekly meet- ings. The Spanish C ' lulj has for its main purpose the understanding of Spanish ways, customs, and traditions in the different Spanish- speaking countries of the world. Social functions, movies, and Spanish songs provide an opportunity for its members to further their know- ledge of Spanish-speaking people. « 1950 The French C lub is composed of students who are interested in the French language. The group meets bi-weekly to sing and play games in French and to watch movies about France. OFFICERS Richard Painter Presitlent . C Mc:CloRMICK Vice-President Charlotte Rothgeb Secretary- Treasurer Mrs. Sloan Spnnsnr SI eiuL r -w ' ■v, J!e 3e cle nxi4tccUi OFl ' ICFRS SpEf:K Harper President Joe Erickson I ' ice-President Martha Ei i en Johnson Secretary Jim Ei.kins rea surer Mrs. McDonald Sponsor Men ' I " Z GLM. The " E " Men ' s Club would cease to exist without the American spirit of competitive sports. In this club we find the men who have succeeded in pro ing their athletic prowess on the courts, gridiron, and on the diamond. From this club we hope to see the leaders of tomorrow. As one great General said in the last war, " Men ' s minds and bodies are developed in competitive sports. " offic:er.s Pete Marshburn President Raleigh Ellis Vice-Presicknt Malcolm McCrackI ' .n Secretary Gene Hardy Treasurer 100 The impro ement of self eventually to enlighten others is the pur- pose of the Education Club; this is achieved chiefly through mo ies, by frequently bringing outstanding educators to the campus, and through various other activities. The club strives to instill in the members a desire for cultivating in themselves the qualities of person- ality and character which are the foundations of successful teaching. OFFICER.S Earle Edw.ard Short President Henr ' Wilson Ricih.ards Vice-President John Fr.ank Sherod. Jr Treasurer Raymond Poteat Secretary Sducaiian GImL 101 ' ' di-i,iit .« V;m ' V. M a 4f, 4 :rr ' W :M NINA WILSON MAY Ql ' EEN DOROTHY PARKER MAID OF HONOR 2 aM ai olo4t 1950 NINA WILSON Qiieen DOROTHY PARKER Maid uf Honor SHIRLEY JOYNER Senior Attendant ELIZABETH RAINES Senior Attendant MAXINE ABERCROMBIE Junior Attendant LAVERNE RUSSELL Junior Attendant JIM ELKINS King GEORGE STANLEY Escort EUGENE HARDY Escort WARREN JOHNSON Escort BILL HOPKINS Escort PETE MARSHBURN Escort Lcjt to right: Jane Transou, Lacala Wilkins, Al Godwin, Jeanne Pittman, Patsy Mi- lam. aU 0 Can you imagine a football game without cheerleaders and a band? Althougli you probalaly can, you must admit that it would be a very poor substitute for the line performances we have had this year by our band and cheerleaders. The spirit exhibited by these two fine groups this year is one which we are all proud of. To Head Cheer- leader Al Godwin and his co-workers Jane Transou, Lacala Wilkins, Jeanne Pittman, and Patsy Milam, we .send a hearty " well done. " 104 The band was reorganized this year under the expert direction of Prof. Eugene Jaeoixnvsky, Klon " s first full time l)and director and instrumental instructor. The hand has made a line start this year and will grtjw as new students join and new eciuipment is secured. Any student may learn to play a band or orchestral instrument of his choice, . lthough many students ha e their own instruments, the college has a number of instruments available for the use of stu- dents. The minimum requirements for admission into the band are four hours of conscientious etlort, work, and attendance per week. This organization, like an athletic group. rt ' Cjuires teamwork and practice to carry out its policy of presenting a good appearance and playing well. Prof. Eugene JA(:()Hll •sK ■ Director QUeen i and M44 4x: ISS w y u : v- L ' " I " I OFFICERS Charlotte Rothgeb President Mary King Vice-President Louise Spence Secretary Jo-Ann Livingston Treasurer Mrs. Oma Johnson Faculty Adviser Panulo. Panvio Literary Society for young women provides opportunity for training and guidance in thinking, speaking, and in parliamentary procedure. It has carried on the activities of various other literary societies which dissolved with the forming of sororities. Regular bi-monthly meetings feature programs of travel talks, book reviews, monologues, poetry, music, critical analysis, and other forms of literary and cultural achievements. An annual formal banquet is held in the spring of each year. jbeLaten Wii.i.iam Struhs, Cnach The Varsity Debating group gives those students interested in law and public speaking a chance to express themselves in inter-collegiate competition. In the past the team has met large and small colleges throughout the state and thus have gained national recognition at the following tournaments: (i) The Annual Appalachian Mountain Forensic Tournaments. (2) The South Atlantic Foresinc Tournaments. (3J The Grand National Forensic Tournaments. 1 he purposes of this club arc several: to bring before business administration and secretarial science students, speakers who are prominent in the industrial and academic world; to take field trips into business; and to afibrd a pleasant means of fraternization on the campus. OFFICERS ChiARiES Wallace Pri ' itilrtit Ireland Upchurch ' tce-Presidenl Frances Cassell Seiretar -Trensurer Pro]-, a. C:. Spancler Sponsor 1 he Pan-Hellenic Council is comprised of representatives from each of the sororities and fraternities. Problems concerning those social organizations are brought before this council for group discussion and the suggestions and plans are carried back to the respective organizations by these representati es. This organization initiates many and supports all constructi e enterprises imdertakcn by the student bcjcly. Primary responsibility of this (ouncil is to keep llu " individual clubs in harmonv and united in their actions. PaH - Jl ' ellenic GauHcil Ol ' FICERS Eugene Johnson President 1 ' 1 oRA Gilbert I ice-President Jean Harris Secretary- Treasurer Sicima P u Beta First row, lefl to ripJU: Joe Bateman. Clharlcs Bishop, H. B. Daniels, Charles Gibson, jack Hanel, Eugene Hardy, Billy Hopkins. Second row: M.J. Howell. R. L. Howell, Ken Jaeob, Claude Manzi, Clement Moser, Leo Kampman, Bill Perry. Third roiv: Lou Savini, Bob Sinithwick, (ieorge Stanley. .John Watson, Carl While. R. B. Whitniore. 108 Prof. John F. West Sponsor jbelta t pdUoH Kap4xa Miss Rl ' bv Adams Sponsor First row, lijt to right: Jean Harris, Maxinc Keck, Nanry Keck, Marv K. Kozakcwic h. X ' irginia Latta. Second row: Jeanne Pittnian, Clharlotte Rothgeb, Laverne Russell. Louise Spence. 109 KofLfia pa A u Fust rou left to right: Bill - Bargcr, Al Eubank, Lester Foster, Art Fowler, Roger Gibbs, James Hailey, William Harper. Second row: Wendell Fsley, Eugene Johnson, Hal Jolmson, Warren Johnson, Bill Johnston, James Jones, Charles Lynam. Third row: Larry MeCauley, William Matze, Robert Oldham, Lawrenee Sykes, Brantley Wall, Ed Watkins. Bill Williams. 110 Prof. Liither N. B •ku Sponsnr au e Plu Miss Lii A Xewman Sponsor First row. Icjt it) riiihl: Maxinr Abcrcroiubic, Barbara Bailey, Evelyn Botjth, Flu Gilbert, Elna Huey. Si ' aind row: Helen Jackson, Sh irley Joyiier. Meta Moilit, Tessic Taylor, Nina Wilson. Ill 9oia tau Kap nxi First row, left to right: Huctt Braxton, Paul Clausey, Fred Claytor, Phillip C othran, Ira ClutrcU, Jeff ' Davis, Jim Elkins. Second row: Claude Gentry, Dcward Hooker, Joe Jernigan, Wayne King, Malcolm McCracken, Pete Marshburn, Arnold Mehin. Third row: James Murray, James Parker, Alvin Pate, William Perkin- son, George Shackelford, J. P. Thompson, James Wayland, Carl Woods. 112 Coach Mallory Sponsor lieta 6 fUcnxM Beta First row, left to rig il: June Cbopcr, Sue Edwards, Lucy Evcrctte, Evelyn Graham, Fayc Moody. Second row: ' irginia Pla, Rctty Tniitt, Marion Turk, Jane Upchurch, Martha X ' cazcv. Miss ' iRniNiA Groomes Sponsor 113 HaUa Pi eita First row, lejl to right: Marion Adams, Dallas Berry, J. W. Blanchard, E. W. Brafford, Dclmas C orc, Harold Daniels, George Etheridge. Second row: Russell Godfrey, Carlos Hart, Mnril Hughes, Harry Keeton, Joe Kent, William Ki ctt, Bill Love. Third row: James Mitchell, Arthur Mi .ell, Richard Painter, George Patterson, Joe Robinson, Hovey Scoggins, William L. Stiteler. Fourth row: N. R. Thtjmpson, Ireland Upehureh, Arnold Ward, Robert H. Williams, Harold Williamson, Robert Yates, Bill Yeager. 114 Prof. James C. Hodgetts Sponsor Pi KxMMiXl (H4 Mrs. Mildred Haff Sponsor First row, Irjt tii right: Frances Casscll. Dull)- Rcc Foster, Zcda Grogan, Gilmer Lee Lynch, Dorothy Parker. Second rmc: Elizabeth Raines. Joan Summers, (iaynelle Sutton, Marion 1 iekle. 115 AtUletid at o o-daif. oxULcUl 294 Coach Mallorv SEASON RECORD Elon Opponent 80 Edenton Marines 33 A.C.C. Appalachian 14 33 E.C.T.C. 7 26 Newberry 12 20 Catawba 13 41 Apprentice School 2r High Point 7 7 Lenior-Rhyne 19 33 Guilford 7a Gentry and Melvin, Co-Captains COACHING STAFF Pierce Mathis Wolfe Tomancheck The Fightino Clhristians opened up the 1949 loothall season with a bang. The Christians deieated a hopelessly outclassed Edenton Marine eleven by the one-sided score of 80-0. This was the highest opening-game score accomplished by any team in the state, and it is also the highest score ever re- corded by an Elon College team. No less than eleven Elon backs had a hand in the score column, with Barger and Brigman scoring twice each. After a successful opening-game rout, the Christians traveled to Wilson, N. C, and defeated a spirited A.C.C. eleven. Led by Barger, Biangardi, Tingley, Grayson, Causey, Melvin and Johnson, the Christians routed the Bulldogs of A.C.C. 33-0. This was the first conference win for the rejuve- nated Fighting Christians. Out of the mountains on Sept. 30 came the Mountaineers of Appalachian State Teachers College to put a halt to the Fighting Christians ' two-game winning streak. The Christians were defeated 14-0 by a team that was without victory in its first two games. A hard-charging Christian line led ijy Johnson, De Simone, and Gero was not enough against this rugged rival. Tingley, Savini, Marsh- burn, Grayson, and Brigman starred on offense for the Fighting Christian eleven. The Fighting Christian eleven added E.C.T.C. ne.xt to their list of victims, when they traveled to Greenville and defeated the Pirates in their home-coming game 33-7. The Pirates scored first Ijut this lead was short lived when the Maroon and Gold offensive unit started rolling. On defense Gentry, Melvin, Ludwig, De Simone, and Tingley were superb, while on offense the names of Gray- son, Brigman, Barger, and Marshburn were very much entrenced in the minds of the followers of the Christian eleven. Elon ne.xt played host to a tricky Newberry Indian ele en led by Little all-.- merican Hank Witt, at Burlington Stadium. This was by far one of the outstanding games on the Christian schedule. The Christian line led by Gero, De Simone and Gentry on defense constantly rushed the Newberry Ace. Starring on offense in the 26-12 victory were Brigman, Reece, Marshburn, Grayson, John- son, Savini and Barger. The offensive forward wall led by Manzi, Moffo and Ellis opened up holes repeatedly for the elusive Christian back-field. Revenge was sweet at Salisbury when the Fighting Christians finally o ercame an eight-year-old jinx and defeated their ancient rival, the Catawba Indians, 20-13. A hard-charging defensive line led by Melvin, De Simone, Ludwig and Causey finally brought home victory from the Indian home- coming game. Offensively Erickson, Biangardi, Barger, Tingley, Grayson, Brigman, Manzi, and Ellis were nothing short of sensational. By now the Christian eleven was well known as home-coming spoilers. Everyone who made the trip to Norfolk had a hand in the 41-0 rout of the .Apprentice School eleven. To mention all thai cMi f,keit Scan Uuf. ecun in the Sautlt J f r ' y W ' ' ' ' f] ' ' s; ' v ■■V- . • ■V ' - v It- % starred in this affair would he impossible. E ' eryone on the squad played well; some of those who had a hand in the victory are Reid, Marshburn, Reno, Johnson, Reece, Butler and Brigman. The Fighting Christians, after spoiling the home-coming of three of their opponents, had a home- coming of their own. On Friday, Nov. 4, the Christians entertained the Panthers of High Point College. The home-coming alumni saw the Christians win their fifth straight contest by the score of J I -7. Superb blocking by the offensive team enabled Barger, Biangardi, Brigman, Reece, Gray- son, Erickson and company to penetrate the Panther defense at will. Defensively Hank De Simone was at his best. Hank blocked and reco ered a Panther punt on their nine yard line that set up the third touchdown. . ' Kfter winning five straight games, the Christian offensi e for the second time diu-ing the season sputtered. The Bears of Lenoir Rhyne College defeated the Maroon and Gold aggregation at Hickory 19-7. The Christians had many scoring opportunities but could not get up enough steam to out score their worthy opponent. Lou Rochelli made his debut from the Jayvees and was outstanding along with Erickson, Tingley, Gentry and MeKin. The student body of Elon went home for a turkey dinner on Thanksgiving Day. The football team stayed behind to make turkey of the Guilford College Quakers by the score of 33-0. A hea y forward wall led by Gero, Gentry, Melvin, and Company smashed the Quaker offense unmercifully all day. Touchdowns were scored by Barger, Erickson, Johnson, Marshburn, and Tingley. This was also a farewell to college competition for Manzi, Gentry, Melvin, Causey, Savini, Hardy, Perry and Reece, who had played four years of brilliant football for the Fighting Christians. Salute: to the Offensive Unit. With the instituting of the two team platoon system, it is impossible to give recognition to all. The offensive unit was outstanding all season long with a mixture of veterans and first year men. Manzi, Causey, Renn, Melvin, Gentry, Ellis, Elkins, Johnson, Moffo, Hardy, and Ludwig were the boys in the foreward wall that made it possible for the Fighting C hristians scat backs to move the ball effectively through a highly successful season. With the bringing down of the curtain on the 1949 season, we salute Claude Manzi, winner of the Most ' aluable Player award and All-Conference guard in 1947, A tribute to Claude Gentry, the Most ' aluable Player of 1948 and an All-Conference End in 1949. An orchid to Arnold " Brute " Melvin, Most ' aluable Player for 1949 and All-Conference Tackle; we give special recognition to this great player for making Third .String Little ail-American. To these men we say thanks for a iob well done. Barger Biangardi Savini Brigman lici4 ketLaU The Fighting Christian laasketball team opened up the 1949-1950 season under the direction of a new coach, Doc Mathis. During the entire season the going was tough for the Christians, since many of them were un- seasoned ball players. Ahhough they had lost some heartbreaking games in their new home gym, the Christians went into the North State Conference Basketball Tournament as a Coach Mathis, Captain Ed Drew Cooper Gane Kampman Rakes Mondy Haithcox dark horse and pulled oflf the surprise of the year by winning second place honors. The team is made up mostly of first year men and a few veterans who still iiave a f ' w more years of varsity play left. With the present team as a nucleus, the Christians should do themselves proud on the hardwxjod in the near future. 122 Se UOH. fieca d W-li 1-iS Elon 36 57 47 55 46 29 62 44 57 66 44 48 52 46 50 72 Opponent Elon Opponent Carolina Eatnions Elkin " " ' i IcC;rary Elkin " Y " Hanes A.C.C. E.C.T.C. Clatavvba Hanes Clamp Lejeune Appalachian Lenoir-Rhyne Catawba w.c.T.c:. vv.c.T.c;. 57 51 36 52 32 52 67 50 36 75 51 54 65 82 56 66 66 74 83 60 61 78 55 62 69 40 74 50 53 High Point Guilford Lenoir-Rhyne Appalachian Lynchburg E.C.T.C. A.C.C. High Point Guilford McCrary TOURNAMENT RECORD Catawba High Point Appalachian 75 66 55 52 73 30 42 90 52 69 58 67 123 BadeicUl In 1949 the Fighting Christians ' Baseball Team won its first Pennant since the war. The last time the team was victorious and won the C onference Pennant was in 1 94 1. Ellis, Walker, Andrews, DeSimone, York, and Matze were the nucleus around which Coach Mallory built his winning ball team. Elon won 13 out of 15 Conference games and had an o cr all record of 20-5 for the season. This was the best record of the Christian aggregation since the 1941 Pennant team. u Steve W. lker Co-Captain B. SEB.ALL RECORD Rand. Macon2-i Rand. Macon 3-2 9-3 7 ii 4-7 1 1-2 E.C.T.C. Reidsville Burlington Green.sboro Norf. Naval . pp. S.T.C, 1 1 -3 Sanford 0-10 E.C.T.C. 10-4 . .c;.c. 7-0 Rand. Macon 8-1 Lynchburo- r -2 First Score Elon Catawba VV.C.T.C. W.C.T.C. High Point . »L.C.C. Catawba Len. Rhyne Guilford McCrary APP. S.T.C. High Point Guilford 3-0 9-2 7-6 7-2 1 1-3 1-2 4-3 4-5 7 4 9-2 15-0 3 " i The pitching staff was headed by Jack Andrews, C. K. Siler and Bill Anderson. With the addition of Lefty Taylor, Larry Gaither and Art Fowler the Chris- tians had a well rounded staff with youth and experience. The play of the infield was superb, with Gene Stewart at first, Co-Captain Steve Walker at second, Nelville Cooper at short-stop and Co-Captain Ed Ellis at the hot corner. Hank DeSinionc and Bill Matze bore the brunt of the catching assignments. The outfield was headed by veteran Dick York in center field, Bill Anderson in right field, and newcomer Wayne Philips in left field. 124 Ed Ellis Co-Caplairi Q Oh. tJi C044. t 125 n UmjOH oatLall •::f;;; ■: r i J L iXJ 45 M V26 134 4 44 . il %ir iwv " . -r V r . n» Hi38, , . " t r 7 ' . B?Mfc r K .,€5 ;-S, l P t ' BVt 3Bi ■■K ' dflKv n a Thnsd " - da n,eilunan Ba6,keHfXill 126 ' S ' P ' Qiu S ' pjo iii The intramural sports program for the young women of Elon consists of the following sports which arc in the order that they are played throughout tiie school year. In the fall they jjla) ' held hockey, volleyball and participate in marching. During the winter months the girls go indoors to the gym and play basketball, ollevball. table tennis and badminton. With the coming of warm weather the ' oung ladies again take to the outdoors for softi all and tennis; they also sharpen their eyesight by taking part in archery. The intramural sports program is well diversified to accjuaint the young women of the college with all pha.ses of the world of sports, and at the same time it gives them the opportunity to take part in tiie program. 127 All-Campus Stars of 1949 vtTTTT jt tvTTv VM C- » I ' ■ vTTTT T tTT CvTW »I ' TI ? 31 yiti ia South Dorm- Touch Football Champs The intramural sports program is designed to gi c all the young men on the campus a chance to participate in the sport of their choice. All those vho are not fortunate enough to make the grade with the arsity sports program are welcomed and gi en the opportunity to take part in a well planned program with their fellow students. In the fall touch footijall is stressed with all dormitories and fraternal organizations participating. In the winter olley ball, table tennis m44 ijCu 1A Intramural CI iiiiHHiHMi and basketball share the spotlight. With the coming of warm weather Softball is kingpin and competition is very keen. 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