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

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iS- fu::-;; ' fti» » . f ie PrideAui If s 4 1 " Ion . Published by the Stiuknt Body of Eton Colh ' gc of Elon College, North Carolina William Iolll ' . Edilor-in-Chicf James Gates, Business Manager r— r I— Ky j Elon College oticrs to those who seek such, an atmosphere conducive to the fourfold de elopmcnt of each student. It is a veritable gold mine for those willing to lca e the old behind and enture into new areas in search of the wealth of human understanding, C ' hristian living and intellectual development. We Elonites of the class of ' 51 now end our trek, knowing that our search has not been in ain. Elon has developed us in a way for which we will always be thankful ... a de elopmcnt that is ab- solutely necessary for the world leaders of tomorrow. We have just such thoughts in mind as we dedicate to you a portion of Elon ' s life — The Phi Psi Cli. If] This Mor)l{ Through pictures, words, and particularly your reminiscing, we intend to place before you Elon College in this The Phi Psi Cli of 1951 — n u r- To our frwnd James Lofton hernodle, M.D. lYl rs. Alma Albright Kernodle, widow of the late Dr. James Lofton Kernodle, and their daughter, Mrs. Atrice Kernodle Manson, now deceased, are benefactresses of Elon College. Before Mrs. Manson ' s death, she and her mother bequeathed to Elon Clollege the Manson building located in Burlington, currently valued at $70,000. This bequest was to establish the Dr. James Lofton Kernodle Foundation for the improvement of pre-medical instruction in Elon Clollege and to pro ide scholarships for worthy and needy young men pre- paring for the practice of medicine. Dr. Kernodle was graduated from the Unixersity of North Carolina and was awarded his degree in medical science by the University of Maryland. He was born and reared in North C arolina. and prac- ticed medicine in Alamance County for twenty years. Dr. Kernodle died February 18, 1933. Mrs. Manson died . pril 14, 19.S0. With Mrs. Kernodle ' s consent, and because- of the interest of these good people in jur college as expressed in such generous terms, we the class of 19.S1 take threat plea.sure in dedicating our annual, thi ' I ' m Psr Ci.i, to the memory (jf Dr. Kernodle and Mrs. Manson and to the htjnor of the w lie and mother. Mrs. James Lofton Kernodle. L. E. Smith Oim I ' UESIDENT To the Class of 1951: Before the wounds of the last war had had time to heal, you entered college. ' ou were more fortunate than you knew. Now the rumors of war are heard again in our land. Be- tween the two conHicts you have been permitted to secure an education. Should you be called into service, you will have the benefit and the satisfaction of being a college graduate and ill be better prepared to protect yoursehes and render a more effecti e service for your country. I want you to know how glad we are to have had you at Elon and that we. wish for ou every possible success in life and the happiness that you so richly deserxe. L. E. Smith, Presidmt. ADMINISTRATION TO THE SENIORS: TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1931 Greetings: With pride we send you lenth into graduate schools, business, the teaching profession, homeniaking, and many of you to the Armed Forces of our Nation. You carry with you our blessings and best wishes; may your years be many, and may they bring you wisdom, strength and courage for living abundantly. Sincerely yours, D. J. BOWDEN, Dean of the College My sincere good wishes to you ! The world you enter is troubled, insecure, in the process of change. As Elon College graduates you will have a part in shaping the world of tomorrow. You will want a vi.sion of the kind of world needed in the future and the courage to bring it into being. I hope your years at Elon have given you both the vision and the courage and also the will to endure. May God bless and keep you ! Best regards, Eliz. ' beth Bolton Dean of Women - THE FACULTY First row, left to right: Ruby Adams, Assistant Professor of Physical Education; A.B., Longvvood College; Graduate Work, University of North Carolina. KoNSTANTiNAS AvizoNis, Assistant Professor of Modern Language; B.A., Lithuanian Uni ersit - (Kaunas); Ph.D., Fried- rich-Wilhelm University (Berlin). John VVii.i.is Barney, Professor of English: A.B., Elon C:ollcge; Graduate Work, Uni ersit - of North Carolina. Wii.iJAM Edward Bt ' TiER, Jr., Pitsiness Manager; A.B., Elon College; Garduate Work, Uni -ersity of North Clarolina. LtJTHER N. Byrd, Associate Professor of English; Publicity Director: A.B., M.A., Uni -ersity of North Clarolina; Work toward Ph.D., University of North Carolina. Second row: P. ui. H. Cheek, Associate Professor of Chemistry; B.S., Wake Forest, Ph.D.; University of North Ciarolina. Joshua Corbett Colley, Chairman of Department of Education and Psychology; Professor of Education; A.B., Emory and Henry College; M.A., University of North Carolina, Candidate for Ph.D., University of North Carolina. E. P. Douglass, Professor of History: B.A., Princeton Uni ersity; M.S., Cohmihia Uni ersit ' .School of Journalism; M..A., Yale University; Ph.D., Vale Uni -ersity. Virginia Groomes, Associate Professor of Voice; B.M., .Simpson College; M.A., Teachers College, C!oluml)ia University. Mildred Haff, Assistant Professor of Matheniatu s; .A.B., M.. ., C!ornell Uni -ersity. 10 [)F ELON First rmv, left to right: Richard M. Haff, Professor oj Biology: A.B., (loUegc of the City of New York: M.A., Columbia University; Ph.D., Cornell University. Jame.s Hodgetts, Associate Professor oj Business Administration; B.S., Uni ersity of Kentucky; Graduate Work, Uni- er.sity of Florida; M.A., University of Louisville; Work toward Ph.D., University of North Carolina. Alonzo Lohr Hook, Registrar, Chairman of Department of Mathematics, Professor of Physics; A.B., M.A., Elon College; M.S., Cornell University; Additional Graduate W ' ork, Johns Hopkins University, University of Chicago, Duke University. Jamks Hovvei.I., Chairman f Department of English and Dramatic Arts, Professor of English: A.B., Guilford College; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Clarolina. Robert F. Hi ' .nter, Professor of History: B..S., Washington and Lee L ' ni ersity; M.A., Liniversit of North Carolina; Candidate for Ph.D.. Coluinhia L ' nixersity. Second row: Emii.y Clark Johnson, Associate Professor of Business Adminislratum: B..- ., M., ., Hcilicl Women ' s (!ollege, L ' niversiiN- of Kentucky, Duke L niversity. Oma L ' . Joii so. , l.ilnaruni: Ph.B.. I ' .lon College; B..S., Ciilumiiia L ' ni rrsity. C:hari.f.s (hi.rert Latham. Prifes.sor of Psychology and Sociology; B.,S., Ithaca College: M..S., University of Tennessee. James Bai ' cjh Mai.i.ori-. Athletic Coach: Professor of Physical Education: A.B., Candidate for L. ., University of North Carolina. (Jraham L. .VLathis, Assistant Athletic Coach; Associate Professor (f Physical Education: .A.B.. Davidson Cloilege: Grad- uate Work, Universitv of North Carolina. 11 THE FACULTY First row, left to right: Pearl S. McDonald, Assistant Professor of French; A.B., Maryxille College; M.A., Uni -crsity of North Carolina. C Fletcher Moore, Chairman of Department of Fine Arts and Music; Professor of Piano and Organ; A.B., Elon College; M.A., Columbia University; Juilliard School of Music; Piano Student of Sascha Gorodnitski and Guy Maier. LiLA C. Newman, Assistant Professor of Arts; Ph.B., Elon College; Graduate Work, C ' olumbia University, Harvard University. Dorothy D. Pennington, Associate Professor of Piano; B.M., M.M., Eastman School of Music; Graduate Work, Llni- versity of North Carolina. J. L. Pierce, Chairman of Department and Professor if Health and Physical Fdiication; A.B., High Point C:ollege; M.A., University of North Carolina, Work towards Ph.D., Universit ' of North C arolina. Second row: M. Louise R.-kmsev, Associate Professor of Home Economics; B.S., George Peabody C ollege for Teachers; M.A., Columbia University; Graduate Vork, 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 Edinburg, Scotland. Bessie P. Sloan, Assistant Professor of Spanish; A.B., State College of Washington; M.A., Northwestern Universit -. W. W. Sloan, Professor of Bible and Religious Education; B.A., College of Wooster; B.D., Presbyterian Theological Semi- nary; Ph.D., Northwestern University. 12 OF ELON Elizabeth R. Smiih, Aisulfuil I ' mjessm nj Dramuli, Ails: A.B., Elon C;ollcse: FrulVssional StucK, Irvine Studio lur the Theatre. Jason L. Sox, Jr., Assistant Professor of Mallieinaliis: B.S.. N.C. Stale College. Ai.i.EN C. Spangler, Associate Professor oj Business Adinituslralion: A.B., University of Ohio: B.C.S.: M.A., Ohio State University. W ' li I lAM H. Strihs, Jr., Associate Professor of Erif;lis i: B.S., College of C:harleston; M.A., Uni ersit uf Iowa; Ad- cHtional Graduate Work, University of Iowa. John F. West, Associate Professor of English: A.B., M.A., Uni ersit of North Carolina; Additional Graduate Work, University of North Carolina. JoH.N S. West.vkjrei.a.nd, Professor of Piano and Organ: . .B., lllon College; M.. ., Columbia Uni ersit ; Ad -anced Graduate Study at Columbia University and L ' ni ersity of Southern C:alifornia; Conduction Student with Robert Shaw at Berkshire Music Center. 13 ; ' ,-, ' rt ' ' » ' f;ti.l OFFICERS Arthur Fowler President Ray McKenzie Vice-President Iessie Ta ' Lor Secretary Robert Oldham Treasurer Senior Class . . . 1951 " Four years is a long time " — at least that ' s what we thought when we were beginning Freshmen here at Elon. Today we look baek over those years as just a short lapse of time. We wonder if it ' s true. Are we really graduating this year? When we came to Elon. the future we were concentrating on was 16 (Hir iinnicdialr stay at Elon. Xow as we broaden our scope and adjust it on (jur world at large, we say with true meaning, " Thanks Elon. " if our mission in the world is as great a success as our stay at Elon. then with hearts of joy. we shall cherish also the coming vcars of our li es. 17 Abercroinbie Anderson Apple Avent SENIOR ABELL, SHEFFIELD H., JR., Yanceyville, N. C, English. Education Club 4; Day Students Organization 4; Transfer from N. C. State. ABERCROMBIE, RUCIA MAXINE, Courtland Terrace, Burlington, N. C, Biology. Tau Zeta Phi; Secretary, Sophomore Class: Day Students Organization 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2; Congress Rep- resentative 2; Secretary, Junior Class: Home-coming Attendant 3; May Court Attendant 3; Commencement Marshal 3. ALLRED, CHARLES FRED, Ramseur, N. C, Religwn. Sigma Alpha Chi; Charter President, Elon College Masonic Club; Student Christian Assn. 1, 2, 3, 4; Ministerial Assn. 1, 2, 3, 4. ANDERSON, CLINTON, Box 381, Elon Cbllege, N. C, Bwlogy. APPLE, GLENN DWIGHT, 427 Rowland St., Henderson, N. C, Chenustyy. Men ' s Interdormitorv Council 4; .Science Club 3, 4. AVENT, .STALEY ALLISON, Mayfair Apts., Burlington N. C, English. Education Clul) 4; Da Students Organization 4. 18 Barber Birefoot Batcman Bishop Blue Borneman CLASS BARBER, SAMUEL KENNETH, Route 2, Box 79, Elon College, N. C, Religion and Philosophy. Ministerial Assn. 2, 4; Student Christian Assn. 4; Day Students Organization 1, 4. BAREFOOT, JOHN QU1NC ' . Route 2, Benson, N. C., Mathematics. French Cluh, Radio Club- BATEMAN, JOE, 1000 Beaumont A e., Burlington, N. C, Physical Education. Sigma Phi Beta. BISHOP, C:HARLES W " ., Walnut Cove, N. C, Physical Education, Sigma Phi Beta; Club for Health and Physical Education Majors 4, President 4; Ma - Day 2, 3; Football 1, 2. BLUE, HERMAN H., 504 South Church St., Burlington, N. C. History. Dav Students Organi- zation 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3. BORNEMAN, HENR - DHJ.ON, 702 Orange St., Wilmington, N. C, Physical Education. Intcr- dormitorv Clouncil 4; (ierman Club 3, 4; Student Christian Assn. 4: Phxsical Education Majors Club 4. 19 SENIOR BOSVVICK, GUY VV., JR., 611 Parkview Dr., Burlington, N. C, Business Adminislration. BOVVEN, JAMES G., 309 N. Broad St., Burlington, N. C, Business Adminislralum. BOWMAN, JAMES FRED, Bo.x 211, Elon College, N. C., Math mid Business Administration. BOYD, WALTER " ., Patrick Springs, ' a.. Social Science. German Clluh 3, 4. BRIGMAN, ARCHIE. Bo.x 836, Elon Clollege, N. C., Physuul Education. BROWN, CLARENCE B., 1020 S. Park Ave., Burlington, N. C., Pliysical Education. 20 Buckner Burke Bulkhead Burns Byrd (lauierc GLASS BUCIKXER, SAUL H., R.F.D. 2, Elon College, N. C, . ffilli ami Buswcss Admmishaltnn. BLRKl,, WALLACE WILSON, 127 V. Holt St., Burlington, N. C, Physicai Education. Sigma Phi BctiK Litramural C.ouncil 4, Secretary 4. BLRKHEAD, EDWARD HARRIS. 431 W ' . Kivelt St., .Vsheboro, . . C, liusiness Adminulratwn. .Sis;nia . lpha Chi. HLRXS, j.WILS M., 203 Hoke St., Burlington, . . C, Physical Educalwn. BYRD, JOSEPH L., Windsor, . C, Physical Educatimi. Sigma Alpha Chi, Treasurer 4; French Club 3; Physical Education Club 4. CA.MERO.X, MARCLS, Route 6, Sanford, X. C, Bwhg)-. Science Club 3, 4. 21 SENIOR CASTELLOE, GRO ' ER C, JR., Aulandcr, N. C, Social Science. Iiilcrdorinitoi y Clouncll 3; Intramural Council 4. CASTLE, JACK, 236 Park Ave., Schoolficld, ' a., Musu. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. GATES, JAMES EARL, 201 Tarpley St., Burlington, N. C, English and History. Day Students Organization 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Business Manager, Phi Psi Cli 4. CHRLSM.AN, IRA, Route L Brown Summit, N. C, Malhemalics. COLE, STEPHEN R., 201 Rolling Rd., Burlington, N. C, History. Band 4; Day Students Organi- zation 4; Lambda Chi Alpha; Transfer from University of North Carolina. COPELAND, FRANK E., JR., Bo.x 303, Elon College, N. C, Business .AdinniLslrulion. 22 Dodson, Sam Dodson Doui ' hcrly CLASS D.WIS. " IRGI IA L., 704 Broad Ave., Greensboro, N. C, Music. Alpha Psi Omega; Choir 1. 2, .1, 4; F.lon I ' iaycrs 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Assn. 1, 4; Maranti and Gold 2; Majorette 2. DE.SIMONE, HENRY A., Lancaster Ave., Devon, Pa., Physical Educatinn. Football 1, 2, .3, 4: Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Jayvcc Basketball 1: " E " Men ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4. DICKEX.S, WALDO L., 550 Oakwood .Ave., .Sanford, N. C., English. Student Chrisii in Assn. 2; Education (!lub 4; .Maroon and Cinld 3. DODSO.X, SA.MLT.L C, JR., Efland, N. C, Religwn. Ministerial Assn. 3, 4; Choir 3. DODSON, SARAH FOSTER, 517 Broad Ave., Greensboro, N. C, Religious Education. Tau Zeta Phi; Student Christian .Assn. , 2, 3, 4; Secretary 1; Honor Council 3; Ministerial Assn. 1, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts CMub 3: Spanish Club 1; Who ' s ]Vho .Among .Students in .American I ' niiersities and Colleges 4. DOL ' GHER ' FV, JANE, 246 Ro.seville Ave., Newark, N. J., .Music. International Relations C:lub I. 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Christian A.ssn. 1: (Jcrnian (!lub 2; Elon Pla ers 1. 23 SEMOH EFIRD, JOHN I., 112 Lakeside Ave., Burlington, N. C, Business Adnurustralum. EUBANK, ASHBY LYNWOOD, 3650 Fort Ave., Lynchiaurg, V ' a., Business Adnnnislrat ' wn. Kappa Psi Nu; Interdormitory Council 1; Treasurer, Sophomore Class; Spanish Club 1; French Club 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Phi Psi Cm 4. FOLEY, WILLIAM W., Patterson St., Lcaksville, N. C, English. FO.STER, HAL, Box 1141, Burlington, N. C, English. FOSTER, MELVA GRAY, 517 Broad Ave., Greensboro, N. C, Religious Eilucatwn. Tau Zeta Phi: Ministerial Assn. 1, 2, 3, 4; ' ice-President 2; Student Christian Assn. 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; French Club 2. FOWLER, ARTHUR FRANKLIN, HI, 306 East D. St., Erwin, N. C., Buuness .Adminishalwn and Mathematics . Kappa Psi Nu and Pi Gamma Mu; Student Congress 1; President, Sophomore Class; President, Student Body 3; President, Senior Class; Student Christian Assn. 1, 2; " E " Men ' s Club 2, 3, 4; N. C. .Student Legislature 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Who ' s Who .Among .Students in .American Uni- versities and Colleges 3, 4. 24 C;abm-I. Richard (.ian ison Gilbert CiiUiain CLASS FRAZIER, HARR ■ K., Liberty, N. C ' .., Physical FJiicatwn. GABRIEL, RICHARD W II.LIANL JR., 3555 Mooney Ave., Cincinnati 8, Ohio; Chenuslry. Ger- man Clul) .3, 4. GABRIEL. WILLIAM RAN ' , Mt. Mmutie, . . C,, Biology. Radio Clul) 2, 3; Science Club 3, 4. (;ARRI.S0. ' . ALICE R., 2(I4 Arlinylon Ave., Burlini, ' ton, N. C, EnoUsh. (ilLBERT, l- ' LOR. M.. R.E.D. 1, Dunn, X. C:., I ' nmmy Edticatum and Relioion. Tau Zeta Phi; Pan-Hellenic Council 3, ' ice-President 3; Household Arts Club 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer 3, ice-President 4: Education Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Women ' s Athletic Assn. 4; May Day Queen 4; Transfer from Cajnpbell College. (ilLLIAM, THERON, Route 1, Elon College, N. C, Business Administration. Kappa Psi Nu: Honor Council 3: Interdormitory Council 2; Spanish Club 2; Day Students Organization 1,2. 25 Graham Gravett Gray Grogan Hall Harper SENIOH GRAHAM, WALTER D., Box 506, Elon College, N. C, English. Maroon and Gold 2, 3, 4; Pm Psi Cli 3, 4. GRAVETT, ALBERT K,, 110(l-7th. St., S. Boston, Va., Hisiory. GRAY, EDWARD F., Box 147, Haw River, N. C., Business Administration. GROGAN, ZEDA M., 417 Moir St., Leak.sville, N. C., Mathematics. Pi Kappa Tau; Women ' s Council 2; Student Legislature 3, 4; Spanish C:lul) 3; Marshal 3; Women ' s .Athletic Assn. 4. HALL, JAMES, 609 Ireland St., Burlington, N. C:., History. HARPER, WILLIAM P., 1039 S. Williams St., Henderson, N. C, Business Administration. Kappa Psi Nu; Treasurer, Junior Class; French Club 3, 4, President 3; Drum Major 2: Student Enter- tainment Committee 4; Commerce Club 3. 26 n4,. ... iw i;! ; Harris, Jean Harris Hawkins Hayes CLASS HARRIS, jLAX WCJCJU, Roscboro, X. C, Busiw.y. Adminislialwn. Delta L ' lxsilon Kappa; Treas- urer, Sophomore Class; Pan Hellenic Council 3, Secretary 3; Women ' s Inicrclorniiioiv Council 3; Women ' s Athletic Assn. 3, 4; Pm Psi Cli 2, 3, 4. HARRIS, ll.l.IAM i:,, Elon College, N. C, I ' re-Engineenrig. HAWKINS, TRED, Route 3. Hendersons ille. X. C., Ilsstmj. Student Christian Assn. 2, 3, 4; Inlerclorniilory Coiuieil 4: International Relations Cluh 2, 3; Elon Players 3, 4. H. Vi:S, JAMES W.. Box 112, Elon Clollege, N. C, Business Admuustratwn. HEDRICK. HEX I R., r.ll Parkview Dr., Burlington, .X. C., Business Admimslrcitwn. HIXHJX. DCJRIS E., 606 Kiveit St., Burlington, .X. C, English. Day Students Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s .Athletic .Assn. 4; Education CUub 3, 4. 27 Hopkins Howell Hviev Johnson, Eugene Johnson lohnston SENIOR HOPKINS, WILLIAM A., 172 Columbia Ave., Hampton, Va., Physical Education. Sigma Phi Beta: " E " Men ' s Clluh 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish CUuh 1; Elon Players 1, 2, Treas. 2: Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4; May Court, Escort 3; Student Christian Assn. 4, " ice-President 4; Student Legislature 4; Men ' s Intramural Council 2, 3; French Club 2; ' arsit - Basketball 1, 2: W ' ho ' i Who Aniont; SludnUs in American Universities and Colleges 4. HOWELL, RALPH LEROY, Chuckatuck, " a., Chemistry. Interdormitory Council 4; Student Council 4; Student Legislature 3; Intramural Clouncil 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Assn. 1, 2, 3; Sigma Phi Beta. HUEY, ELNA DORI S, Route 2, Elon College, N. C:., English and Religious Education. Tau Zcta Phi; Spanish Clui) 1; Day Students Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Assn. 1, 4; Min- isterial Association 3, 4; Education Club 4; Student Legislature 4; Household Arts Club 3. JOHNSON, EUGENE C, 1013-22nd. St., Newport News, ' a.. Business Administration. Kappa Psi Nu; Student Christian Assn. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3, President 3: Intramural Council 3. JOHNSON, MARTHA ELLEN, 211 . lbright A e., Graham, N. C, English and Primar} Education. Tau Zeta Phi; Education Club 2, 3; Student Legislature 4; French Club 2. 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 2, Sec. 3, 4; Student C:hristian . ssn. 4; Household Arts 3, May Day 4. JOHNSTON, WILLIE O., 702 Virginia Ave., Burlington, N. C, Physical Education. 28 Jones Keck King Kivett Lecbi ' ick Leviner ;lass .JONES, JAMES F., Bolton, N. C, Business Admi iislrn wri. Kappa Psi u, Pi Ganimn Mu: Band 1, 2; Ghoir 1; Commerce Club 3. KECK, FAY MAXINE, Route 4, Burlington, N. C, English and Religion. Delta L ' psiion Kappa; French Clulj 3: Education Club 3, 4: Day Students Organization 1, 2, 3, 4. KI.XG. WAYNE, 144 Park Ave., Schoolfield, ' a.. Physical Education. Iota Tan Kappa. KIVETT, WILLIAM ROBERT, 512 N. Main St., Burlington, N. C, Social Science and Business Administration. Alpha Pi Delta, Alpha Psi Omega, Sigma Alpha Chi; Secretary-Treasurer, Stu- dent Body 4; Chairman, Dance Committee 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Elon Players 3, 4; N. C. Siudeni Legis- lature 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. 1.I;I:HR1(:K, bland a., SOAO Fon .Ave., Lynchburg, ' a., Religion. Senate 2; Spanish Club 2; Irciuh Club 3: International Relations CHub 2; Student C:hristian .X.ssn. 2; Ministerial . ssn. 2; Da Students Organization 3; X ' eterans ' Club 2. LEXINER, ELWOOD M.. 1213 North St., Paw Creek, N. C.. Histo Christian .Assn. 3. 29 Pi (Janinia Mu; Student SENIOR LONG, RALPH C, Prospect Hill, N. C, Business Adminislration. LO ' E, BILLY G., 611 S. Broad St., Burlington, N. C., Business Administration. Alpha Pi Delta, Sigma Alpha Chi; Student Council 4; Dr. Johnson Literary Society 1; French Club 3; Education Club 3; Day Students Organization 1, 2, 3, 4. LOVE, DAVID VV., 210 Highland Ave., Burlington, N. C, Business Adminislration. LOV, JAMES C, Route 6, Burlington, N. C, Religion. Day Students Organization 1, 2, 3, 4. MARSHBURN, OSWALD H., 1108 Maple St., Greensboro, N. C, Physical Education. Iota Tau Kappa, " E " Men ' s C:iub 2, 3, 4, President 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; German Club 4; Educatio n Club 3, 4; Who ' s Who in .imericcin Universities and Colleges 4; Mas- Day King 4. MARTIN, RICHARD F., P. O. Box 802, Elon College, N. C, Chemistry. 30 m r2 m iiii tjgpi ' -, " ■■■■ ' Matlock McCiackcn Minor Mittclstadt Morean MATLOCK, C:AR ■ RUFUS, Box 486. Elon Clollege, N. C, Business Admmislrnlwn McCRACKEX, MALC:OLM W., 2U) Sinclair St, Sanford, N. C, Physical Edmatmn. Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Physical Education Club 4; " " E " Men ' s C ' lub 1, 2, 3, 4; Pan Hellenic C ouncil 3; Honor Clouncil 4; Iota Tau Kappa; May Day 4. McKEXZIE, OWEN RAY, Box 213, Gibsonville, N. C, Business Administration and Spanish. Alpha Pi Delta; Sigma Alpha Chi: Alpha Psi Omega; Elon Players 3, 4; Elon Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Legislature 4; Entertainment C: jmmittee 4; Commencement Marshal 3; ' icc-President, Senior Class. MINOR, J.AMES .ALVA, 611 S. Church St., Burlington, X. C, Business Admmistralwn. .Alpha Pi Delta; Siijma .Alpha Chi; Da .Students Organization 1, 2, 3, 4. . inri.l.sr. l)l. ' A .]. Ol.lX i;i . R.mle 4, Reidsville, . . C, Business Adminislralion. Radio (Hub 3; Lion Debators 3, 4; Wlm ' s U ' hn Amiin» Students m American I ' nwersities and Colleges 4. .VIORGA.V, ARCHIE THOMAS. Route 2, Suffolk, ' a.. English. Sigma Phi Beta; Men ' s Intcr- dorinitory Council 3, 4, Vice-President 3. President 4; Student CUiristian .Assn. 1; Pre-Legal So- cictv 2; French Clulj 3, 4. 31 Moser Moses Myers Nail, Billy Nail Oldham MOSER, CLEMENTH E., 203 Sellars St., Burlington, N. C, Business Adnumstratl SENIOR MOSES, FRANCIS W., JR., Davenport, Iowa; Business AdinuuslrnlKiii. French CHuh 3, 4, S|3;jnish Club 1, 2; Aeronautics Club 2, 3; Commerce Club 3, MYERS, CHARLES B., Bo.x 403, Main St., Mayodan, N. C, Physnal Eduiulwn. Vice-President, Health and Ph sical Education CUub 4; " E " Men ' s C:lub 1, 2, 3, 4; Marmm and Gold 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. NALL, BILLY LEE, 3lll Williamson St., Burlington, N. C!., Bwlugy. Day Students Organization 4; Science Club 4. NALL, J.ACK, 301 Williamson St., Burlington, N. CI., Business Admimslialum. OLDHAM, ROBERT C, 104 West " I " St., Erwin, N. C, Business Administration and Mathemati, Kappa Psi Nu; President, Junior Class; Student Legislature 4; Student Christian Assn. 4. 1,, , «| 32 I ' arkcr, Nash I ' ittiiian I ' la I ' liKh iLASS PARKER, FRED NASH, Elon College, N. C, History and Social Saence. Alpha Pi Delta: ' ice- Prcsidcnt, Freshman Class; Day Students ' Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Elon CioUcgc Choir 2, 3, 4; Elon Players 1, 2, 3, 4, ' ice-President 3, President 4; Sigma Alpha Chi; Alpha Psi Omega; Com- nicncemeni Marshal 3; Student Christian Assn. 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. PARKER, RAYMOND LONNIE, JR., 139 S. Saratoga St., Suffolk, Va., Business Administration. Commerce C lui) 2: Wteran ' s Club 1; Intramural Council 1, 2, 4; German Club 1; Track Team 3. PETREV, RICHARD H., Washington, D. C, Business Administration. PITTMAN, JEANNE, Smithfield, Va., Physical Education. Delta Upsilon Kappa; C:heerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Legislature 3, 4, Recording Clerk 3; Alaroon and Gold 3, 4; Phi Psi Ch 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic Assn. 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Pan Hellenic Council 3; Dance (Committee 4; Who ' s Who Among .Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. Pl-.f, IRG1. IA ELLEN, 105 CIcntral Ave., Baldwin, L.I., New York, .Social Scteme. Beta Omi- cron Beta; International Relations Club 1, 2, Recording .Secretary 2; Pan Hellenic Council 3; l.lon College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 3: Spanish Club 1, 2; Maroon and Cold 4; Student ( Christian Assn. 4. PL ' GH. WILLIAM THOM.AS, 229 Guthrie St., Graham, N. C, Business Administration and Span- ish. Day .Students " Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3. 33 RodRcts Russell. Cilenon Russell Sahlmann Scoggins Scaweli SENIOR RODGERS, WILLIAM H., 216 Wood Ave, Schoolfield, ' a., Surwl Science. Sigma Alpha Chi; German Club 2; Golf Team 2, 3, 4. RUSSELL, CLENON W., W. Ehn St., Graham, N. C, Business .ynumstratwn. RUSSELL, LA VERNE, 323 W. Harden St., Graham, N. C, Mathematics and Rrliainn. Delta Up- .silon Kappa; Student Legislature 3; Honor Council 4; Day Students Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; French Clul) 2, 3; Marshal 3; It ' io ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. SAHLMANN, FREDERICK G., 232 Congress St., Charleston, S. C, Music. Clhoir 1, 2, 3, 4; Who s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. SC:OGGINS, HO ' EY D., Route 1, Gibsonville, N. C, Business .Adminislralion. Alplw Pi Delta; French Clul) 3. SEAWELL, WILLIAM A., Route 1, Snow Camp, N. C, Religion . Day Students Organization 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Ministerial Assn. 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Assn. 1, 2, 3, 4. 34 Shackelford Sharpe Snow Spiiko Sykcs ;lass SHACKELFORD, GEORGE G., JR., 811 27th. St., Newport News, Va., Health and Physical Edu- cation. Iota Tau Kappa: French C:lul:) 1: Band 1, 2, 3, Pr eisdent 2, 3; Education Club 3; Intra- mural C ouncil 1: etcrans Club 1: .Sccrctar -Trcasurer of .Student Bodv 3. SH.XRPE, MILDRED M.ARIE, Box 476 Burlington, X. C. English. Commerce Club 1; Education Club 3, 4; Day .Students Organization 2, 3, 4; German C ' .lub 4. SH.AW, DOLLY FOSTER, 403 Maple Ave., Burlington, N. C, Organ and Public School Music. Pi Kappa Tau: Elon C hoir 1, 2, 3, 4; Day Student Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 4; Edu- cation Club 4, SXOW. lAMES D., JR., 405 Wrightsville .A e., Wilmington, X. C,, Physical Education. sl ' lRKO, )()H. . 144 Center A e., Mt. Pleasant. Penn., Business Administration and English. Phi (januna Mu; Sigma .Alpha Chi; Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 4. SYKES, LAWRENCE E., Burlington, X. C:., History. Kappa Psi Nu; Day Student Organization 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Legislature 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Education Club 3, 4. 35 Taylor Thomas Todd ToUey Trigg SENIOR TAYLOR, TESSIE, Route 5, Reidsville, N. C, Business Administralmn. Tan Zeta Phi; Secretary, Freshman Class; Secretary, Senior Class; Day Students Organization 1, 4; Commerce Club 1, 4; Ministerial Assn. 1: Student Christian Assn. 1; Education Club 4, Vice-President 4; May Day 4, Maid of Honor. THOMAS, ELMER DA 1D, W. Davis St., Burlington, N. C, English. Sigma Alpha Chi; Day Students Organization 1, 2, 3; Editor of Colonnades 4. TICKLE, MARION, 5th St., Burlington, N. C, English. TODD, JOHN EARL, 1333 Roger St., S. Norfolk, ' a., Biisiness . dminislratwn. Alpha Pi Delta; Student Christian Assn. 3, 4; Commerce Club 3. 4; N. C. Student Legislature 4: Speaker, Pro Tempore, Student Legislature 4. TOLLEY, WILLIAM P., Edgevvood Add.. L nchburg, ' a., Religious Education. Student Christian Assn. 1, 2, 3, 4, Trea. ' iurer 3; Men ' s Interdormilor - Council 3; Ministerial Assn. 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 3; International Relations Cllub 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Veterans Club 1; Editor-in-Chief, Phi Psi Cl.l 4; Who ' s ] ' ho .Among Students in .American I ' niversities at:d Colleges 4. TRIGG, VIRGINIA MAE, Elon College, N. C:., English. Elon Players 3, 4; Studnit Clhristian Assn. 3, 4; Radio C;iub 3; Transfer from George Washington Lfni ersit -. ■ » 36 Upchurcli ' ance ' aiga Wall TUC:KE1 , PH LLIS ROSI:, lO.S Liden Ave., Kannapolis, N. C ' .., Primary Ediicatwri and Spanish. Tau Zeta Phi; Interdormitory Clouncil 3, 4, President 4: Band Majorette 2, 4: Pan Hellenic Coun- cil 4: Dance Committee 4; .Student Clhristian A.ssn. 4; Education Club 3, 4; Household Arts 3; Home- coming Sponsor 4; .Spanish (!lul) 2; Transfer from Women ' s College, U.N.C. TURK, LOIS MARIOX, Ri. 3, Bo, 74, Tifton, Georgia; Piihlir School Music. Beta Omicron Beta, Choir 3, 4. L ' PC:HURCH, JANE, 901 W. Markham Ave., Durham, N. C, Piano and Public School .Music. Beta Omicron Beta; Elon .Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Assn. 1; Panvio Literary Society 1; French Club 1, 2, .Secretary 2: Maroon and Gold; Elon Players 3, 4; Marshal 3; Intramural Clouncil 3; Household .Arts 3: Woman ' s Athletic Assn. 4; Majorette 4; Education Club 4; May Day 4. ' . NCE, JOHN D., JR., 16 N. Jefferson, Mason City, Iowa, Business AdminiUralion. Alpha Psi Omega; Sigma Alpha Chi; .Student Christian Assn. 1, 2, 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; Elon Players 2, 3, 4, President 3; Maroon and Gold 2; Men ' s Interdormority Council 3; Band 4. ARGA, PAUL W, Route 1, Box 214, Prince George, Va., Religion. Student Christian Assn. 2, 3, 4, ' ice-President 3: Ministerial Assn. 1, 2, 3, 4; Chairman of Board of Elections 4. WALL. DWK.Hr. Box 26, Elon College, N. C, Physical Education. 37 Wesson Wester Whisenant SENIOR WARD, ARNOLD H., 248 St. Andrews St., Spartanburg, S. C:., Physical FJmatimi. Alpha Pi Delta; Intramural C:ouncil 4; Spanish CUuh 2, 3; Physical Education Majors CUul) 4. WATERS, FRANCIS J., Box 476, Elon CloUege, N. C, Business Adminislratum. Day Students Or- ganization 1, 2, 3, 4; German CHul) 3, 4. WATKINS, EDWARD A., Great Bridge, Va., Business Admnuslralwn. Kappa Psi Nu; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; " E " Men ' s Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3. WESSON, RAY B., 16(14 Gro -e St., Greensboro, N. C, English. WESTER, ALEXANDER R., JR., Route 1, Broadway, N. C, Sonal SVienre. WHISENANT, WILLIAM D., Box 745, Elon C:ollege, N. C:., Reltsum ami English. 38 Wicker Wilson Womack Womble Woods Wriglit Yates VIC:KER. D.W ' ID C, 1004 Ralncy St., Burlins;ton, N. C, Ma hematics. Science Club 1, 2: Day Students Organization 1, 2, 3, 4. WILSOX, ROGER B., 144 Meduay St., Providence, R. I., Music. Student Christian Assn. 1, 2, 3, 4; Elon Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Ministerial Assn. 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. WOMACK, M. WYNONA, Olivia, N. C, English. Beta Omicron Beta: Choir 3, 4; Elon Players 4; Maroon ami Gold 3, 4, Circulation Manager 3, 4; Transfer from Campbell College. WOMBLE, WORTH M., JR., 1221 West Ocean ' iew Ave., Norfolk, ' a., P ivsical Education. Al- pha Pi Delta; Chairman, Entertainment Committee 4; Phi Psi Ci i, Sports Editor 4; Student Legislature 4; Intramural CUjuncil 1, 2, 3, 4: Bcjard of Elections 4: .Maroim and Gold 1, 2; Dance Com- mittee 4; Elon Players 3; French CUulj 3, 4; Spanish CUul) 1, 2; Baseball 1; State Health and Ph sical Education Assn. 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. WOODS, C. CARL, 217 W. Gcer St., Durham N. C, Business Administration. Iota Tau Kappa: Honor Clouncil 3: Student Legislature 4; International Relations Club 2, 3, Vice-President 3; Choir 2, 3: Spanish C:iul) 3: Commerce Club 2, 3; Day Students Organization 2; Education Club 4. WRIGHT, ROBERT J., .59 Carew Ter., Springfield, Mass., English. Sigma Alpha Chi, Alpha Pi Delta: .Maroon and Gold 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 2, Editor-in-C:hief 3: .Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4; Phi Psi C:li 3, .Associate Editor 3; Student Body President 4; Elon Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Assn. 4; German Club 4; . C Student Legislature 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. YATES, ROBERT A., Chadbourn, X. C, Chemistry. Alpha Pi Delta, Sigma Alpha Chi: Science Club 3, 4, .Secretary 4: Student Christian Assn. 4; French Club 4. 39 r r .JU U 40 Aimm» ShidtntH in Aiutvkim Ihmevsit ' ws uiul lAiUt es This Honor, given to tiic seniors of the class of ' 51, is the highest goal which students may attain in college. It is awarded on the basis of scholarship, leadership in extra-curricular activities, and qualities that portend success and usefulness in the years after college days are o -er. These students are chosen by ballot among faculty members and students. The members of the Elon Clollege Student Body who were so recognized this year will ha -c their l)iographies appearing in the 1930-1951 edition of the Ji ' m ' .s ] ' io Among Studaits In American I ' niversilics and Colleges yearbook. Sealed, left to rigid: Fred .Sahl- iiiaiin, William Kisett, Jeanne Pitinian, William Tolley, La- vernc Russell, Sara Dodson. Standing, left lo right: Arthur Fouler, Bills Miltelstadt, Robert Wriijht, William Hopkins, Joe Eriekson. Pete Marshburn. Worth Wiiniblc. Xash Parker. 41 offic:ers Robert Kirbv President Larry Gaither Vice-President Joan Summers Secretary Hal Johnson Treasurer Junior Class . . . 1951 We, the Juniors, are well on our way to that final goal. We have eome a long way, and though at times it seemed almost impossible to carry on, we stuck to the job and came through. With this same determination we intend to meet the coming year, our Senior year at Elon, and we expect to be the victors then as now. 42 t4- With the deepest regret for losing old friends, but with the greatest admiration lor successful peribrmers, we say to the Senior Glass, ' " Fairweli and good blessings. " To the rest we say, " See you next year. " 43 — IIINIOIV ADDISON, ARTHUR D. 717 Stockley Gardens, Norfolk, Va. ALBRIGHT, ANNIE LAURA R.F.D. 1, Mebane, N. C. ALLEN, FINLEY GEORGE Haw Riser, N. C. ANDERSON, GALE D. Route 1, Elon College, N. C. ANDREWS, JAMES C. 123 V. Pine St., Graham, N. C. ARMSTRONG, ROBERT F. Corapeake, N. C. BARGER, BILLY RAY Box 283, Elon College, N. C. BOLICK, GLENN 617 Piedmont Way, Burlington, N. C. BOOTH, EVELYN E. 2827 Cumberland St., Roanoke, ' a. BRADY, JAMES C. Box 597, Elon College, N. C. BRAGG, BRANCH, JR. Black.stone, V ' a. BRITT, BURNEY A., JR. Walker St., Clarv, N.C. BROMLEY, ROSAMOND 516 Seventh St., Huntington, W. ' a. BRYAN, MARVIN A. Box 235, Elon College, N. C. BURKE, EDNA Pittsboro, N. C. BYRD, JUNE S. Box 576, Elon College, N. C;. CALLAHAN, VIVIAN EDITH Route 2, Graham, N. C. CARLTON, GRAHAM H. Warsaw, N. C:. 44 JLASS CARTER, JUSTYN Elon College, N. C. CHERRY, O. ELDRED Meadow Rd., Draper, N. C:. CLAPP, LUTHER B. Box 345, Gibsonville, N. C. CLAPP, ROSSER LEE R.F.D. 1, Brown Summit, N. C. CLAYTON, EMMA JEAN Box 96, West Durham, N. C. C:LA T0R, GLENN L. R.F.D. 1, Box 152, Glasgow, a. COBLE, HIRAM N. Snow Camp, N. C COLEY, CARL B. 308 Highland A c., Burlington, N. C. COLMAN, RUTH 134 W. Gilnian St., Madison, Wisconsin COOPER, GENE A Route 2, Graham, N. C. COOPER, JUNE Route 2, Graham, N. C. COOPER, NEL IN 1213 E. Greene St., High Point, N. C. C:OOPER, SAMUEL A., JR. Route 2, Graham, N. C. COTHRAN, PHILIP C. 1010 Bay St., Durham, N. C:. CRUTCHFIELD, DELLA Route 1, Hickory, ' a. CRUTCHFIELD, LONNIE Kduic 1, Hickory, ' a. DANIEL, HAROLD Z. Box 744, Elon Clollegc, N. C. DeLOAC;HE, THOMAS 805 VV. Davis St., Burlington, N. C. 45 juNini DODL, NORMAN 3050 Forest Hill Ave, Richmond, ' a. DYER, GAYNELLE 1205 Walnut St., ReidsviUe, N. C. ETHERIDGE, GEORGE W. 501 East Ocean View Ave., Norfolk, Va. FARMER, HARRY LEE 021 Bainbridgc, S. Norfolk, Va. FELTMAN, WALTER C. Box 604, Hillsboro, N. C. FE.SMIRE, LEN T. 2012 Summit Ave., Madeira, Ohio FLYNT, HERMAN 500 N. Main St., Burlington, N. C. GAITHER, L ARRY Granite Quarry, N. C. GARBER, CECIL E. Mt. Crawford, Va. GIBBS, ALLEN ROGER Box 354, Elon College, N. C. GIBSON, CHARLES M. 329 Hampton Roads Ave., Hampton, ' a. GIBSON, JACK F. Copeland Apt. 4-A, Burlington, N. C. GOLDEN, LEON J. 516 Kemper Rd., Dan illc, Va. GREEN, BILLIE 3526 Wake Forest Rd., Durham, N. C. GREENWOOD, LEONARD 107-8th Ave., Haddon Hts., N. J. GROS.S, BILL 110 Summit Ave., Burlington, N. C. HAMILTON, JEAN 1500 W. Front Street, Burlington, N. C. HANEY, JEAN C. 202 Gilmer St., Burlington, N. C. 46 HARDY. JERRY D.. JR. 22 Vadc Ave., Baltimore 28, Md. HARGROXE, BEXERLY ANN 703 S. Main .St., Burlington, N. C. HARRIS, MARY E. 609 James St., Burlington, N. C. HOFFMAN. ELIZABETH R.F.D. 1, Bin-lington. N. C. HOLLAND, MURRY WADE R.F.D. 2, Clinton, N. C:. HOPKINS, B. G. Box 456, Elon College, N. C. HOPPE, HENRY T., JR. 728-35th St., Newport News, Va. HORNER, .ADELINE Box 107, .Alamance, N. C. HUDSON, JOH.N R. .Saxapahaw. N. C. HUNTER, CLARENCE V., JR. 723 W. Harden St., Graham, N. C:. HYLER, WILLIAM N. 1135 E. Ocean Mew .Ave., .Norfolk, " a. JACKSON, HELEN M. 1414 Horace Mann .Ave., Win.ston-Salcm. N. C. JACOB, KENNETH T. -Algonquin Park, .Norfolk, ' a. JARRETT, CAL I.N D. 131 W. Pine St., Graham, .N. C. JOHNSON, CHARLES C, JR. Chuckatuck, ' a. JOHNSON, DeLESSUP 608 Lexington Ave., Burlington, N. C;. JOHNSON, DOUGLAS G. Route 1, Sanford. .N. C. JOHNSON. HAL D. 210 Long St., Burlington, N. C. 47 jiiNion JOHNSON, PEARLMAN 603 S. Broad St., Burlington, N. C. JOYNER, CHARLES S. R.F.D. 1, Box 115, Zuni, Va. INGRAM, DA ' ID F. Gretna, ' a. 1 EV, WILLIAM C. Route 1, Snow Camp, N. C. KERNODLE, ANNIE KATE Route 4, Burlington, N. C. KING, GLENN P. Box 578, Elon College, N. C. KIRB ' , JOHN R. Chub-Lake St., Roxboro, N. C. LAKE, ELBERT M. Fourth St., Mebane, N. C:. LEE, RICHARD H. R.F.D. 3, Blackstonc, Va. LONG, BETTY K. Box 27, Elon College, N. C. LONG, ERNEST NICK 603 Maple Ave., Burlington, N. C. LYNAM, CHARLES A. 22 Elizabeth St., Wake Forest, N. C. MARTIN, CURTIS J. Ridge St., Fieldale, ' a. MATLOCK, GARY RUFUS Elon College, N. C. MATTHEWS, THOMAS D. 107 Center St., Malax, ' a. MATTHEWS, WARREN A. 2915 Spring Garden, Greensboro, N. C. MAY, REGINALD D. Box 185, Haw River, N. C. MAYNARD, WILLIAM E. " 802 Montgomery St., Reidsville, N. C. 48 McRAE, HAROLD G. 502 S. FayetteviUe St., Ashchoro, N. C. VVEADON, JAMES ' ., JR. Route 2, Box 146, Brown Summit, N. C. MEREDITH, E. ANDY 1633 V. Main St., Wavncsboro, ' a. MH.AM, PATSY ANN 900 Brandon Ave., Norfolk, Va. MOBLEY, WILLIAM M. Courtland Ave., Reidsville, N. C. MONDY, DAVID A. 120 Government A -e., Norfolk, ' a. MORRISON, NED LEE 116 Wilson St., Graham, N. C. MORSE, PRESTON C. 1932 Church St., Wilmington, N. C. NESBIT, EMMETT G. 2219 Abbey Road, Norfolk, ' a. NORMAN, PARKS H., JR. Rt. 2, Box 201, Greensboro, N. C. NORWOOD, RALPH W. Box 12, Graham, N. C. PAYNE, BOBBY W. Route 1, Box 162, Gibsonville, N. C. PEERSON, JAMES M., JR. 107 Highland Ave., Burlington, N. C. PETERS, ELBERT L., JR. 509 Silver St., Reidsville, N. C. PETERSON, JANE E. 1064 Bav N ' icvv Blvd., Norfolk, ' a. RAGSDALE, FORREST W., JR. 309 Edgewood . c., Burlington, N. C RAKES, WILLIAM E. 33 Field Ave., Fioldale, Va. REECE, JOHN R. Box 134, Draper, N. C. 49 JUNIOR RICE, JAMES E. Box 582, Elon College, N. C. RICE, JULIUS Route 2, Burlington, N. C ' . ROANE, DOUGLAS C;. 1548 Chela Ave., NoiTolk, ' a. ROBERTS, CHARLES J., JR. Box 1115, Rcidsville, N. C. ROSS, WILLIAM F., JR. 207 Scllar.s St., Burlington, N. C. ROSSER, THOMAS P. Box 427, Sanford, N. C. ROTHGEB, CHARLOTTE E. Route 3, Luray, ' a. SCOTT, DUEWARD H. 812 Jefferson St., CUifton Forge, ' , SHEPPERTON, LINCOLN A. 345 Sowams Rd., Barrington, R. I. SHIFFLETT, ASHBV L., JR. L34 Reservoir St., Harrisonburg, ' a SHOMAKER, EDWARD G. Box 314, Elon College, N. C. SHROPSHIRE, GARNETT G. Box 425, Draper, N. C. SIKES, JAMES M. 519 Pine St., Dublin, Ga. SIMPSON, BEVERLY I. Box 305, Haw River, N. C. SMITHWICK, ROBERT B. Box 716, Elon College, N. C. SPENCE, LOUISE M. Box 252, Appomattox, Va. SPIVEY, JOSEPH R. Box 48, Elon College, N. C. SQUIRES, LESTER G., JR. Route 2, Graham, N. C. STEPHEN.SON, J. MES ' , Route 1, Holly Springs, N. C. STURTEVANT, JOHN M. " 675 C;ount Rd., Barringloii. R. 1. SUMMERS, JOAN N. Box 112, Gibsonville, N. C:. 50 LASS SUMMERS, ROBERT E. 115 Delaware Ave.. Norfolk. " a. TAYLOR, DORIS L. Efland, N. C:. TAYLOR, LEOX H. C ' lihnna Rd., Thomasv illc, Ga. THOMAS, OLIVER N. 755 Chancellor Ave., Ir ington, N. J. THOMPSON, JEAN Box 40, Rt. 1.1, Cincinanti, Ohio TINGLEY, FRANK L. ThomasN illc, N. C TUCK, JANE ' ire;ilina, ' a. NARNER. GRAFTON .1(11 Wentworth St., Rcidsvillc, N. C. WALKER, E. JEAN 204 Peele St., Burlini ton, N. G. WALKER, LOIS E. 706 Thayer St., Akron, Ohio WALKER, ROBERT W. Bo- 126, Kernersville, N. G. WALKER. WILLIAM P. 606 Staley St., Burlington, N. G. VEBB, THEODORE Bo.x 587, Rockingham, N. C:. WEBSTER, SAMUEL T. 305 Georgia Ave., Burlington, N. G. WELBORNE, ODELL L. Route ?■ , Thomasville, N. G. WHHE. DORIS T. Box 109, Luray, ' a. WHl IE, .SOPHIE A. 12.1 Weatherspoon St., Sanford, N. C:. WILKI.NS, LAGALA E. 404 Edgewood Ave., Burlington, N. C . WILLIFOKI). JOHN W. 1 1« I innrv . v -.. Sullolk, ' a. WOOD, ELMER ..JR. Route 2, Stokesdale, N. G. 51 OFFICERS William Blackstone President Charles Johnson Vice-President Jean Fuqua Secretary Page Painter Treasurer Sophomore Class . . . 1951 Now we feel as if we are really becoming a part of our campus. Our first year seemed to be a year of complete confusion, but now we know our way aroimd. We don ' t feel as though we know it all, but we do know a lot of things now that we didn ' t know a year ago. 52 Yes, we arc explorina; and vc are discovering. We are looking over the possible lields of endea ' or in order to lind cnir special in- terests. Remembering onr Freshman year, thinking of onr Scjpho- more year, it is with great anticipation that we look to the immediate lutn re when we shall be labeled Jimiors of Elon. 53 SOPHOMORE Firsl riiw, left lo nghl: Ackcrinaii, Harold J., Albany St., Burlington, N. C Allen, Richard J., 817 Orville St., South Norfolk, Va. Apple, Ed Rufus, 110 Gutherie St., Burlington, N. C. Bailey, Charles D., Route 1, Snow Camp, N. C. Bason, Emma Jean, 209 North Melville St., Graham, N. C, Berry, Marth E., Route 1, Box 144, Portsmouth, ' a. Second row, left to right: Biangardi, Fred, Box 29, Elon Clollegc, N. C. Blackstone, William T., 2150 Mango Place, Jackson ille, Fla. Blanchard, Billie Jean, Route 2, Burlington, N. C. Boone, Jane C., Route 4, Burlington, N. C. Bowman, Joseph N., 706 Elwood .St., Burlington, N. C. Brad), Richard C, Ramseur, N. Ci. Thud row: Brandon, Carlysle T., Route 1, Burlington, N. C. Brankley, Joe Ray, Skipwith, Va. Braxton, Isaac W ' ., 811 N. Argo St., Goldsboro, N. C. Broughton, John M., Jr., 300 Maycox Ave., Norfolk, Va. Bryan, Albert L., 504 Main St., Clifton Forge, Va. Brsson, Joseph E., 1700 Front St., Greensboro, N. C. l- ' oiirtli row: Burmeister, Fred E., 4007 Grand Ave., North Bergen, New Jersey Burrus, Charles L., Engelhard, N. C. Cashion, Ernest F., Jr., 224 Maple Ave., Sanford, N. C:. Cassell, Charles C, Draper Road, Draper, N. C Cherry, Clifford D., E. Va. Ave., Ext., Draper, N. C. Christy, John J., 38 Fountain Ave., Craflon, Pa. k f mm JLASS First ro!v, left In ngh : Clyburn, James, Route 4, Box 369, C harlestoii, S. C Crowle, David R., 640 15th. A e., Prospect Park, Pa. Currin, Matt, 311 Tarpley St., Burlington, N. C. Deaton, Joseph, Box 716, Elon College, N. C. Dickerson, Charlie D., Route 2, Roxboro, N. C. Drake, Max V., Box 744, Elon College, N. C. Second row: Drake, Raymond D., Jr., Center Ave., Burlington, N. C. Durham, Reita, Route 2, Burlington, N. C. Durso, Jo.seph M., 400 V. Wasnc Ave., Wayne, Pa. Ellington, Carroll, M., 166 W. Meaden St., Graham, N. C. Elli.s, Raleigh, 236 Holladav St., Suffolk, ' a. Engles, Edward ' ., Box 814, Elon College, N. C;. Third row: Euliss, Ray, .SO.S Parkview Dr., Burlington, N. C. E ans, Delores E., 2903 Huntington Blvd., Roanoke, ' a. Fogleman, Lawrence, Box 11, Elon Clollege, N. C. Foushee, Ralph L., Route 1, Sanford, N. C. Foust, Thomas J., 234 North St., Graham, N. C. Fucjua, Jane, 403 Centra! . ve., Biu-lington, N. C:. Friiirl i row: Fuqua, Jean, 403 Central Ave., Burlington, N. C. Garrett, Charles V., Route 3, Roxboro, N. C. Garrett, James U., Fieldcrest Rd., Draper, N. C. Garrison, Rachel C., 204 Arlington Ave., Burlington, N. C. CJentry, Aleane, Timberlake, . . C. (Jero, Ernest, 41(1 Lincoln . c., Hatboro, Pa. Fust rmv, left to right: Gilliam, Roy G., Graham, N. C. Gladden, Joan B., Route 6, Burlington, N. C. Goodman, Janice B., Route 1, BurJington, N. C. Goodwin, Shirley J., 1445 Perry St., S. Norfolk, ' a. Grant, Roy R., jr " ., 902 S. Main St., Burlington, N. C. Griflin, ' irginia Lee, Route 4, Reidsvillc, N. G. Secnnd row: Guthrie, Lairron G., 316 Harris St., Burlington, N. C. Hackney, Edward C;,, 600 Westo er Ave., Norfolk 7, Va. Hagan, Delores, 412 Grace Ave., Burlington, N. C. Hall, Robert G., Box 364, Fieldale, Va. Hamrick, James L., Box 326, Draper, N. C. Hanna, John M., 2718 Northern Pkwy., Baltimore, Md. Third row: Harned, Robert J., 138 Joralcmon St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Hayes, Bobby Ray, 113 Sidney Ave., Burlington, N. C. Helm, Roy j ' ., 928 Webb Ave. ' , Burlington, N. C. Holland, Oscar L., Route 1, Box 132, Clinton, N. C. Holt, Preston A., 47 Ashby St., Spray, N. C. Hurst, John V ' ., Box 32, Swansboro, N. C. Fourtli ri)w: Ireland, Marv Sue, Route 2, Elon College, N. C. Jenks, William L., 1005 Bedford Ave., Aha ' ista, Va. John.son, Charles R., 217 Pearl St., Suffolk, Va. Jones, Harry E., 505 South St., Franklin, Va. Joyce, Billy ' F., Route 1, Mayodan, N. C. JoNner, Bettv, Smithfield, ' a. SOPHOMORE 1 0 YJ %m LASS First row, left la right: Kelly, Roy A., Jr., 17 Station St., Crafton 5, Pa. Kennedy, David Lee, 118 E. Weatherspoon St., Sanford, N. C. Kernodlc, Laura Jane, Route 1, Elon College, N. C. Kernodle, James L., Route 4, Burlington, N. C. King, Mary Elizabeth, Ramseur, X. C. Kirby, Joseph B., C;hub-Lake St., Roxboro, N. C. Second row: Levine, Richard D., 3227 Netherland . vc., Riverdalc, N. V. Lewis, Robert E., Jr., 309 Wrights ille Ave, Wilmington, N. C. LudvN ' ig, Albert H., 155 N. Lakevvood Ave., No. 24, Baltimore, Md. Malinowski, Frank B., 1339 Andre St., Baltimore 30, Md. Mann, Rudy J., 400 Fair Ave., Burlington, N. C. Martin, Allen J., Jr., Route 2, Ruttin, N. C. Third row: McBane, George F., R(juie 1, Mebane, N. C. McCracken, Beverly J., Maggie, N. C. McDade, Evelyn Fay, 212 Glcnvvood Ave., Burlington, N. C. McKinney, Wilburn E., Englehard, N. C:. Mc ey, Joseph VV., Jr., Route 2, Graham, N. C. Mercer, Peggy Ann, 333 Mill St., Graham, N. C. Fourth row: Mittelstadt, Lorena B., Route 4, Reidsville, N. C. MolTo, Michael, 37 Bradley . ve., Watcrburv, Conn. Morgan, Otis P., Route 2, Suffolk, a. Moricle, Mullen C, Jr., 1018 Walnut St., Rcid.sville, . . C. Mork, Vono, 1508 Eutaw PI., Baltimore, Md. Moser. Bettie Jean, 1000 X. Church St., Burlington, X. C. SUI ' HOIVIOUEJ Fiiil rou; left to nghl: Motley, Daniel L., Jr., Route 5, Reidsville, N. C. Merriman, James D., Fieldale, ' a. Nail, George T., 301 Williamson St., Burlington, N. C. Neff, Marv Margaret, 2874-4th Ave., Huntington, V. Va. Nester, Mavnard S., Route 2, Mt. Airy, N. C. Oakley, Celia Ann, Route 2, Burlington, N. C. Second row: Owens, John F., Jr., Graham, N. C. Painter, Page Franklin, Route 3, Luray, Va. Panton, Richard, Box 803, Elon GoUege, N. G. Payne, Melvi n .S., Route 1 , Box 1 62, Gibsonvilie, N. G. Pennington, Ervin, Route 2, Burlington, N. G. Pickard, James M., 117 S. Maple St., Graham, N. G. Third row: Presnell, Lacy M., Jr., Bo.x 32, Ram.scur, N. G. Quakenbush, ' T. Scott, Route 2, Graham, N. C. Reid, Garroll, I., Jr., 212 Henry Glay Rd., Ashland, Va. Reavis, Robert J., Jr., 802 N. Main St., Burlington, N. G. Renn, William S., Jr., 428 Lee St., Hampton, Va. Rhodes, James R., ' 421 W. Front St., Burlington, N. G. Fourth row: Robertson, William L., 610 Glift St., Martinsville, Va. Roberts, John R., Box 1115, Reidsville, N. G. Rogers, Robert E., Route 3, Williamston, N. C. Roshelli, Louis Frank, 410 W. Wayne Ave., Wa ne, Pa. Sawver, John, 115 Logan St., Burlington, N. G. ShariK-, Brttv ' an, Roulc 2, Graham, N. G. JLASS First row, left tii right: Sharpe, John William, Route 1, Graham, N. C. Shields, Donald R., 1261-16th St., Newport News, Va. Sinclair, William R., Box 621, Elon College, N. C. Smith, Edwin L., 406 Albright Ave., Graham, N. CI. Stanley, Joseph F., 318 W. Hardin St., Graham, N. C. Steele, Jack E., Jr., 108 Summit Ave., Burlington, N. C. Second row: Strole, Anne, C hadhourn, N. C. Suddith, Roger N., Jr., Halifa.x, ' a. Taylor, Jesse B., 905 Plaid St., Burlington, N. C. Thomas, Harr - Lee, Box 155, Hillsboro, N. C Truitt, Betty Lou, Route 4, Burlington, N. C. Truiit, John G., Jr., Box 157, Elon College, N. C. 1 hinl row: L ' nderhill, Gardner D., The Epi.scopal Rectors, Windsor, N. C. " estal, Max Brown, Rome 1, Ashehoro, N. C:. Ward, Frank Lee, 1500 W. Front St., Burlington, N. C. Wicker, Fred R., Route 3, Sanford, N. C:. Wiles, Don M., 110 C;arolina Ave., Burlington, N. C. Wilkins, Charles J., Route 3, Box 72A, Suffolk, ' a. h ' ourth row: Wil.son, Eugene M., 138 Front Ave., Draper, N. C. Winstead, M. Roberta, Route 1, Roxboro, N. C. Wood, Mary Anne, Route 1, Graham, N. C. ' anccy, John .A., Jr., 1417 Wilborn, Ave., South Boston, ' a. Young, Gene, 912 Odelle St., Martinsville, ' a. OFFICERS Robert Stewart President Steve Gibson Vice-President Ann Abercrombie Secretary Dwight Dillon Treasurer John Arwood Rep. to Leg. Curtis Rhye Rep. to Honor Council Freshman Class . . . 1951 We are the Freshmen: encgetic, ambitious, and still a little " green. " After having made our quota of trips to Senior Oak and rolling pea- nuts with our noses, we figure we are officially enrolled at Elon. We are rapidly improving and our aim is to be one of the classes which Elon will always remember. Through study, good behavior, 60 and participation in extra-curricular activities, we aim to accomplish tliis distinction. Remnnbrrini; the Freshman Reception, the Student Handbook classes, and that dear old week of initiation puts a gleam in our eyes as we eagerly await the ((jming Freshman Class of 1951. 61 FRESHIHA Abercrombie, Ann C, Courtland Terr., Burlington, N. C. Abercrombie, Mary J., Route 4, Conway, S. C. Allred, Dora, 1208 Homeland Ave., Greensboro, N .C. Anderson, Wayne, Box 273, Mayodan, N. C. Arwood, Earle S., 314 Vance St., Burlington, N. C. Arwood, John R., 1005 S. Church St., Burlington, N. C. Badgett, Rachel, Route 1, Cameron, N. C. Bailey, Doris A., 3734 Williamson Rd., Roanoke, ' a. Bailey, Richard E., 603-A Whitsett St., Burlington, N. C. Barker, Hazel, 208 Long St., Burlington, N. C. Black, James H., Jr., 241 Spring St., Spray, N. C. Bozarth, James O., Elon College, N. C. Brad ' , Laverne, Bo.x 35, Rt)bl)ins, N. C. Brannock, Durant Y., Jr., 1509 Beal St., Rocky Mount, N. C:. Bray, Henry W., Route 1, Asheijoro, N. C. Brewer, Thomas A., 506 Third St., Chcraw, S. C. Bridges, Ernestine, Box 53, Lawndale, N. C. Brown, Naomi B., Box 555, Graham, N. C. Burwell, N. Mortan, 403 High St., Oxford, N. C. Butler, William E., Box 204, RcidsviUe, N. C. Caddell, Edith F., Box 551, Elon College, N. C. C:am- eron, Lucille, Route 2, Carthage, N. C. Chandler, James M., Hemingway, S. C. Chappell, Clinton W., 113 S. Elm St., Durham, N. C. Chrisman, Rebecca, Route 6, Reids ille, N. C. Cllayton, Carlton E., 217 Leasburg St., Roxboro, N. C. Comer, Betty R., Route 1, Box 121, Steeds, N. C. Cornell, Doris, 528 Providence, Graham, N. C. Cozarth, Thomas E., Box 467, Roxboro, N. C. Crow, W. Ruth, 324 Poplar St., Graham, N. C. Darling, Joan, 612 North Mebane St., Burlington, N. C. Del- V ' escovo, Andrew V., Graham, N. C. 62 CLASS Diamond, Tony, 112 Pinner St., Suffolk, ' a. Dici ens, Harper E., Jr., Route 3, Burlington, N. C:. Dillon, Dwi ht, 111 ' .) Askin St., Martins ille. ' a. Douglas, Clatherine, West Hillshoro, Hillsboro, N. C;. Elder, Mar W., 2(19 Franklin St., Burlinsflon, N. C. Euliss, Kathleen, Route 1, Burlington, N. C:. Farlow, Mary Lee, Scagro e, N. CI. Farmer, Gary D., 921 Bainbridge, S. Norfolk, " a. Feltman, Mary M., Bo.x 604, Hillsboro, N, C. Fitch, Bettie Sue, 403 Atwater St., Burlington, N. C. Foster, Ralph, Route 2, Elon College, X. C:. Foster, William S., Jr., 1002 Church St., Biulington, N. C. Fowler, Ho t B., 306 East " D " St., Eruin, X. C. Freeman, Margaret, Bat Cave, N. C. Gaither, Wallace, Box 991, Granite Quarry, N. C. (iarncr, Thclma Jean, Route 6, Bur- lington, N. C. Gates, Pat, 2913 Broad St., Roanoke, Va. Gauldin, Ned M., Box 326, Fieldale, Va. Gibson, Steve ' ., 212 Water St., Martinsville, " a. Gilliam. Clharles G., Route 1, Elon College, N. C:. Goodman, James A., .SI 3 Willard St., Graham, N. C. Grant, Frederick G., 406 Keeney St., Manchester, Conn. Greer, Jack, Elk Park, N. C. Gwaltney, George L., HI, Chuckatuck, " a. Hailey, Nellie ' ., Box 446, Elon College, N. C:. Har- rington, Mar H., 216 Fix St., Burlington, N. C:. Hartsell, Walter, E., Jr., Box 395, Lavvrenceville, a. Harvey, Joseph, Gilford, N. C. Hawkins, Mar P., Box .SIS, .Mamancc, . . C. Hayes, Edwin J., 212 E. Hardin St.. (iraham, . . C. Hellinger, James T., 148 Park Ave., .Schoolfield, Va. Hockaday, Billv R., Box 1174, Burlington, N. C. 63 FRESHMAN Hoficr, Frances, Sunbury, N. C Hughes, Catherine, Route 1, Pleasant Garden, N. C. Ingram, Judith, 4647 Winston Rd., Greensboro, N. C. Ivey, Julius L., Route 1, Aberdeen, N. C. Jernigan, Virginia, Route 1, Godwin, N. C. Johnson, Mary Jo, 54 West St., Concord, N. H. Johnson, Peggy, .Sunbury, N. C. Johnson, Richard N., Route 4, Caswell St., Burlington, N. C. Keck, Mclba D., 1003 Rainey St., Burlington, N. C. Keeton, Richard M., 1018 W. Paxton St., Danville, ' a. Kendall, Chester V., 800 S. Union, Kokomo, Ind. King, Robert G. Route 1, Pleasant Garden, N. C. Knight, James R., Box 60, Ma odan, N. C. Lackey, Glendon P., Rlon College, N. C. Lambert, Patty, 6503 Sewells Point Rd., Norfolk, Va. La- Ruffa, John J., 217 N. Main St., Ambler, Pa. Laughlin, Dewey E., 2718 Randleman Rd., Greensboro, N. C. Lee, Clarence H., Jr., 614 Parkway Blvd., Reidsville, N. C. Lindley, Vera Mae, 339 Mill St. Graham, N. C. Linsey, Thomas T., 516 Harris St., Burlington, N. C. Lucas, James C, .Seagrove, N. C. Mann, Philip R., Cypress Chapel, ' a. Marley, Henry, Luteman Rd., Cumberland, Md. Marshall, Robert S., 1010 S. Main St., Graham, N. C. Martin, Fred B., 1407 Myrtle Ave., Danville, Va. ' Matthews, Rachel, Route 1, Box 144, Portsmouth, Va. McCollum, Jean, 701 Lindsey St., Reidsville, N. C. McDonald, Glenn M., Box 458, Elon College, N. C. McGrath, Roijert J., 301 -52nd St., W. New York, N. J. McLeod, Betty Jean, Box 151, Mebane, N. C. McRainey, A. M., 136 Chatauqua Ave., Portsmouth, Va. Middlekauff, Ann, 3415 Courtland Ave., Roanoke, Va. 64 CLASS Miles, Sarah F., 609 Vashiny;ton St., Burlington, N. C. Miller, Guy F., Route 2, Rougemont, N. C. Miller, Marvin, 3921 Eastland Ave., Greensboro, N. C. Mitch- ell. Jdhn, 404 Page A e., Lvndhurst. N. J. Moody, Frances H., 330 Hickory Ave., Sanford, N. G. .Mooney, Da id L., 114 Carolina Ave., Draper, N. C. .Moorcfield, .Amelia, Route 1, Milton, N. C. Morgan, Leonard S.. Route 10, Bo.x 213, Richmond, ' a. Morris, Daisy, Box 801, Raeford, N. C:. Moser, Nancy Sue, 422 N. Main St., Graham, N. G. Moss, Marvin K., 707 N. Main St., Burlington, N. G. Murr, Sarah VV., 803 S. Park A e., Burlington, N. G. Murray, Richard E., Route 2, Hills- horo, N. G. Nelson, Samm - D., 616 limiper St., La Grange, Ga. Newman, Richard H., 610 North Third St., Mebane, N. G. Nightlinger, Lawrence, 328 Elmer St., ' ineland, N. J. Noah, Malcolm R., Jr., Route 2, Graham, N. G. Norfleet, Gharles V., Jr., Route 4, Box 961, Norfolk, " a. Norwood, John L., Route 5, Box 1.54, Henderson, N. G. Oxerman, Roger VV., Alamance Rd., Burlington, N. G. Overstreet, Linton S., 206 S. W. Grecnway, Greensboro, N. G. Parker, Joseph M., 500 Watts St., Durham, N. G. Peeler, Betty Sue, Route 1, Burlington, N. G. Per- mar, John W., .507 W. Gilbreath, Graham, N. G. Peterson, Thomas G., 2022 Walker Ave., Greensboro, N. G. Phelps, Roger W., 3901 Victory Gircle, Fort Smith, .Ark. Phillips, Arlies, 1003 Rainey St., Burling- ton, N. G. Phillips, Bobby Hoyt, Swepsonvillc, N. G. I ' liillips. Charles V., Route 2, Lion College, N. C. I ' ickard. Junius B.. Jr.. 410 . ndrew St., CJrccnsboro, . . C. Fond. Richard (;., 601 East Fourth St., Siler Cii , . C. P(jpe, Llosd A., 406 W. Pearsall St., Dunn. . " . C. 65 FRESHMAN Pruitt, Margaret Lee, 406 Hickory Ave., Sanford, N. C. Pugh, Ralph E., 133 Morningside Dr., Win- chester, Va. Quails, Lucy Dott, 102 Westover St., Graham, N. C. Rakes, Robert C, Box 366, Fieldale, Va. Rangel, Louis, 3711 Butternut St., E. Chicago, Ind. Rhye, Curtis T., E. Laurinburg, N. C. Riley, Perry G., 49 Stokesland Ave., Schoolfield, Va. Rockel, Laurene, 6126 Hammel Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. Ro.se, Martha Ann, 1205 N. Broad St., Goldsboro, N. C. Sadler, Harold R., 127 Bank St., Suffolk, Va. Saunders, Carson E., 107 Oakdale Dr., Suffolk, Va. Sawyers, Emmett, Route 1, Box 266, London-Bridge, Va. Schcpers, Jan A., 308 W. Davis St., Burlington, N. C. Schrader, Charles W., 643 Asheboro St., Greensboro, N. C. Skinner, Beverly V., Route 1, Box 378, Suffolk, Va. Smith, Margaret Anne, 1213 Park Ave., S. Norfolk, Va. Spoone, Mablc E., Hillsboro, N. C. Stephenson, Parks E., 124 N. Ninth Ave., Portsmouth, Va. Stewart, Robert E., 620 Sunset Dr., Sanford, N. C. Stoffel, William J., 911 E. Atlantic Ave., Stratford, N. J. Strickland, Robert A., 603 Waugh Ave., Greensboro, N. C. Strickland, Chester A., 603 Waugh Ave., Greens- boro, N. C. Stuckey, Marjorie W., 727 Staley St., Graham, N. C. Sykcs, William F., 408 N. Main St., Burlington, N. C. 66 CLASS Thomas, ClourtncN, Manning, S. C. Thomas, ' irginia, 3001 Grant St., Richmond, ' a. Thompson, Kenneth C, Route 4, Burhngton, N. 0. Toumaras, Christine L., 104 Brooi s St., Burlington, N. C. Trogdcn, Wendell K., Route 4, Bo.x 318, Greensboro, X. C. Troxler, Harold C., Route 2, Box 161, Elon College, N. C. Turner, William H., 1300 Tucker St., Greensboro, N. C. Umphlctt, Harry L ., 225 Orchard Ave., Suffolk, ' a. Vail, Harold L., 1027 ' a. Ave., Suffolk, Va. Vernon, Robert L., Jr., Mayodan, N, C. Walker, H. Cooper, Route 1, Burlington, N. C:. Ward, Betty Van, Mebane, N. C. Ware, William W., 308 Duke St., Reidsville, N. C. Matkins, Elizabeth . nn, Elon College, N. C. Westmore- land, Dolh ' , Box 37, Gibsonville, N. C. Williamson, Elmer L., Route 1, Haw- River, N. C. Wilson, Happic D., Route .S, Dunn, N. C). Wludyka, Peter S., Elon College, N. C. Wooten, Garren M., 413 Furches St., Raleigh, N. C. Zilian, Al A., 1010 W. 8ih St., Erie, Pa. 67 !M lVf; 5.V!: -■ ;;V , ' : Student Government The Student Government at Elon College tried its wings during 1950-51, the first year after its inauguration. The officers and coim- cil members were elected by the student body in one of the most spirited general elections seen at Elon College. This school year has not been without its trials and errors, and it will take succeeding years to bring Elon ' s government to its full maturity; but this fledgling organization is on its way to assuming its full stature. THE STUDENT COUNCIL 1 OFFICERS Robert Wright President Henry Hoppe Vice-President William Kivett Secretary- Treasurer THE HONOR COUNCIL WOMEN ' S INTERDORMI- TORY COUNCIL MEN ' S INTERDORMITORY COUNCIL STUDENT LEGISLATURE 71 William Tolley Edilor-iii-Chief James Gates Business Manager The m Psi CJi of 1951 STAFF William ToLLE • Edttur-m-Chief James Gates Business Manager Page Painter Associate Editor Worth Womble Sports Editor AsHBY Eubank, Jeanne Pittman Copy Editors Walter Graham P wtoqrapiier Jean Harris Bill Sinclair Typists Delores Hagan " At times we fell like giving up completely. We worked late into the night and it appeared as if we hadn ' t accomplished a thing. Vc would ' take off ' to Raleigh or Charlotte to he briefed on our next item of business. We missed so many classes that we began to wonder if we were students or hired help. We were a constant worry to our ery able ad iser. Professor John Foster West. All of the sweat- ing, worrying, wondering, and running was well worth our reward — the Phi Psi Cli of ' A5 . Our chests swell with pride as we take this annual in hand and present it to you — the students, faculty, and administration of Elon C ' ollege. Take it, look at its pictures, read its print, keep it near you, as it ' s one of the dearest tokens of life here at FJon Ckjllege that you could possibly possess. " Yes, we ' re proud of it and we want you to be al.so: so with grc at pleasure, we present to you the Piii Psi Cj.i of 1951. " Phi Psi Cli .St.aff 73 Maroon and Gold STAFF Edward Engines Editor-in-Chief Robert Wright Associate Editor Joe Spivev Sports Editor Matt Currin Business Manager Wynona Womack .... Circulation Manager Walter Graham Stajf Photographer B. G. Frick Printer Edward Engles Press Alan Luther N. Bvrd Adviser Here we are with a beatuiful oppor- tunity to editorialize, and we are passing it up, being rather inclined to use this limited space to express our good wishes to all and our hope that you all find in the Maroon and Gold a little of what you think a college paper should be. If you, as readers, realize as much en- joyment from the Maroon and Gold as do the members of the stafl ' , then we feel that our time has not been wasted. A trite sentiment, perhaps, but still valid. 74 VVc have no complaints to make about the criticism vvc receive from our readers, except one: there is not enough of it. As it is our goal to make every issue better than the last one — a goal, it must be admitted, that is not always attained we would appreciate and make use ol e -er lliinn that comes (jur wav in the line of criticism and fresh material. Although we pride oursehes on what we like to consider ' ' our paper, " it is, in reality, your paper. Every time we go to press we would like to ha e the feeling that we are gi ing you what you want. . nd speaking of going to press, we ' re panting to meet a deadline ritiht now. . . . 75 OFFICERS Harry (Ned) Jones President Earl Todd Vice-President Bett ' Long Secretary Charles Johnson Treasurer Re-organizational Officers out oj school Eiigene(Chubbv) Johnson Chairman Joe Tom Stevens First President The Stiif enf The Student Christian Association was re-organized under the new Adviser, Rev. Howard P. Bozarth, in September, following a program-building retreat. Students attending the retreat served as a temporary cabinet to draw up program plans, pat- terned on the suggestions of the National SCIA, with which oiu- group is aHiliated. Joe T. Stevens served the first quarter as president, being succeeded by Harry (Ned) Jones. Other officers for the year wei-e: Earl Todd. Vice-President; Betty Long, Secretary; Charles Johnson, Treasurer (succeeded in January by Roger Phelps). Yono Mork 76 V f f: ' ■--■ .. x::. Christian Assoviation was Program Chairman for the Sunday evening Student Fellowship meetings; C ' harles Joyn ' r was Publicity Chairman. Clommission leaders were Emma jean Clayton, on Campus Aliairs: Henrv Hoppe, on ' (jrld Relations; and William i ' olley, on C hristian Faith and Heritage. Ihe SCA sponsored numerous social e ents during the campus year and promoted the Religious Emphasis Week in February. The memix-rship lor the Near was about 75 students, with an average of 40 to 50 attending the Student Fellow- ship meetings. 77 Ministerial Association OFFICERS W arren Matthews Prcsidad John Truitt Vice-President Lois Valker Seerelary Helen Jackson Treasurer Dr. F. E. Reynolds Sponsor In the Ministerial Association arc students who are planning to make a x ' ocation of full time Christian work: including the ministry, religious education directing, teaching of religion, church music, and other fields of Christian service. This group is also composed of sexeral students who hold pastorates in near-by churches. Building Clhristian character and understanding the problems confronting the Christian worker are special points of emphasis of this group. Through Christian fellowship and social activities this gr(jup endeavors to expand the concepts of right li ing. 78 The College C ' hoir, under the direction of John Westmoreland witli Fleteher Moore at the organ, is one of the most active college organizations. In addition to its basic func- tion of furnishing music for Sunday church services and week-day chapel, it presents per- formances of three major oratories each year, one of these being the annual Christmas rendition of Handel ' s " The Messiah. " The choir also has a radio program e " ery Sunday from 2:00 to 2:30 P.M. over station WFNS, Burlington, and affiliated stations. Other liigh points in choir actixity are oH- campus performances, ranging from appear- ances by soloists and ensembles at arious functions 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 Ijoth music students and any inembers of the college student body who enjoy choral music. The Choir OFFICERS Fred Sahlm.ann President Charles Lynam Vice-President James Cia ' burn Secretary-Treasurer Madeline Heffinger Corresponding Secretary f I t t t t ' f Pep Departnieiif WE all know how much pep and spirit has been inserted into the students at Elon during the year ' 51. Naturally, to have spirit you must have creators of spirit. Well, we have those creators and they ' re displayed on these two pages. What would life be like without music? What would football games be like without bands? Elon has its band. It may have been a little small this past year, but those guys really tried. Next year, and thereafter, we hope Elon ' s band will grow and be an even more ital influence on the students. JiSH CTci - 3 1 - J em - Speaking of the band. What ' s a Ijand witliout those pretty decorations in the front— the major- ettes. Elon had its majorettes as welh With pride vc take off our hats to Phyllis Tucker, Edna Burke. Jane Upchurch, and Faye Caddell. WE all know the wonderful job done by the cheerleaders this year. They were always on the spot, full of pep and raring to go. Patsy Milam did a splendid job of heading up the cheerleaders during ' 51. They inxaded football games, basketball games, and even our Friday morning chapel programs occasionally. With pride we say. " ' Thanks, Patsy Milam, Jane Peterson, Delores Hagan, John Truitt. Jeanne Pittman. Oscar Holland. Martha Berry, Charles Johnson, and Betty Joyner. " ■imhUJiLiiJiyiijiJiiiiUimuj. -i i I i it - i I -- ' 1 -« ' 1 ■- :» ' 81 Household Avts OFFICERS Bella Crutchfield President Flo Gilbert I ' ur-President Janice Goodman Secretary Jean Hamilton Treasurer The Household Arts CHub supplements the Home Economics Department in that it offers to it ' s members excellent opportunities for further development in the field of home economics. Since the club is affiliated with the State and Federal Home Economics Association, it has the privilege of sending representatives to meetings of both organizations. This club renders an invaluable service to its members by helping them to become better future homemakers of America. 82 Scieme Cluh OFFICERS Douglas Roane President YoNO MoRK I ' iie-President Robert Yates Secretary Bill. IvEY Treasurer Palt. S. Reddish Sfxirisor I he Science (ilul) is lor interested students who wish to distinguish themsel es in one ol the fields of natural science, some on Elon campus, others in later life. Anyone who has an interest in natural science may qualify for membership in this club. Our capable advisers, such as Professor Paul S. Reddish, help us to benelit to tlie fullest extent from our meetings and activities. 83 Day Stiirfeiifs OFFICERS William A. Seavvell President James Gates Vice-President Joan Summers Secretary ' alter Feltman Treasurer The Day Students Club is an up and coining organization at Elon. A feeling for the college is manifested by our day students from the surrounding cities and rural districts. The bond be- tween day students and dormitory students is constantly growing. Through organizations such as this, the spirit of Elon is rapidly becoming unified. 84 The EUm Vlayers A season with tht- Elon Players constitutes an all-around experience in stage craft. In order to present four plavs and an original all-student musical show, members are apt to hnd themselves doing e erything from learning lines to building and painting sets. Under the gracious guidance of Mrs. Elizabeth R. Smith, director and adviser of the Players, Elon ' s Thespians present the finest Broadway plays to enthusiastic audiences in Whitley Audi- torium. OFFICER.S -Xash Parker President Dick Levine Vice-President Emma Jean C ' .la ' TON Secretary Rosamond Bromi.ev Treasurer Mrs. Elizabeth .Smith Sponsor 85 OFFICERS Sam Webster President Rita Durham Vice-President Martha E. Johnson Secretary- Treasurer Le CerrJe ¥vama ?i Gtnwum Mii National Honorary Social Science Fraternity North Carolina Alpha Chapter Orsani-jJ in 102 1 Z OFFICERS Elwood Leviner Edward Gray President Vice-President Prof. Robert F. Hunter Sponsor Educatiim Club Affiliated with The National Education Association and the North C:arolina Education Association, our organization is popularly called the Education CUub. Members are college students who plan to tea ch and are thus associated for professional iniprovenient and good lellowship. OFFICERS Luther Ci.app President Tessif, Taylor I ' tce-President Joan Summers Secretary Flo Gilbert Treasurer The Education Club sponsors educational field trips, lectures by visiting educators, and the estal)lishnient of hi»h ideals and attitudes for the future teachers of our American youth. OFFICERS Joe Spivey President Joan Summers Vice-President Pan- Hellenic fimnml The sororities and fraternities of Elon College are major influences on the social activities of the campus. Therefore, a close relationship must exist between these social promotion groups. The Pan-Hellenic Council ' s purpose is to create an understanding among these organizations. Representatives from each sorority and fraternity discuss problems and suggestions which arise within the individual organizations and the student body as a whole and secure from this a means of keeping united action and harmony among the organizations. Var.sity Debaters The Varsity Debating group gives those students interested in law and public speaking a chance to express themselves in inter-collegiate competition. OFFICERS Bill Sinclair Corresponsing Secretary Prof. William Struhs Ad riser 88 Alpha Psi Onie a Dramatic Students on the Elon campus are rewarded for their dramatic work by election to membership in Alpha Psi Omega, a national honorary ' fraternity. The purpose of this organization is to help develop dramatic talent and to cul- ti ate a taste for the best in drama, ultimately fostering cultural alues developed bv dramatics. OFFICERS RoBKRT W ' alkkk Casl Diiecloi RoHERT Wright SUisif Manager Nash Parker Btisini-w Afanager Mrs. Elizabeth .Smuii Sponsor 89 Colonnades, the annual college magazine of creative writing, appeared this spring for the first time in two years and was published as an affiliate of Prof. West ' s class in creative writing (Eng. 39). Pfiysircil Ediu ' citjo i Vla ors Club Elmer Thomas Editor The Colonnades OFFICERS Charlie Bishop Piesulent C!harles Mvers I ' ice-Preiident Jeanne Pittman Secretary- Treasurer Coach " Jet " Pierce Sponsor 90 Men ' s r Club This club is composed of men IVom all Through cIuIjs of tiiis kind the world looks phases of the athletic program at Elon. Com- for the leaders of tomorrow. The highest goal petiti e sports are the foundation for this of the ' " E " Men ' s Club is fairness and good organization. sportsmanship at all times. OFFICERS R.- LEIGH Ellis President Hal Johnson Vice-President BiLLV R. KES Secretary S. ' L Gero Treasurer Fred Bi . ng. rdi Sgl.-at-Arms Jim Maliory Sponsor Charlie Bishop Wallace Burke Joe Deaton Joe Durso Raleigh Ellis Charles Gibson Jack Golden Bill Hopkins Leroy Howell Dave Mondy Archie Morgan Clementh Moser Dueward " Scoop " Scott Boh Smithwick Joe Spivey Oliver Thomas Si ma Phi Beta Prof. Jdhn F. Wesi Sponsor 92 Rosamond Bromley Betty Comer Reita Durham Gavnelle Dver Jane Fuqua Jean Fuqua Jean Harris Maxine Keck Jane Kernodle Jane Peterson Jeanne Pitlnian Charlotte Rothgeb Laverne Russell Louise Spence Ann Strole Deffci llpailnn Viappa Miss Riin Adams Spon.snr 93 Bill Barger Johnny Bryan Eldridge Cherry Al Eubank Lcn Fesmire Art Fowler Larry Gaither Roger Gil)hs Theron Gilliam Speck Harper Hal Johnson Bill Johnston James Jones Buck Keeton Ben Kirby Bob Kirby Dick Lee Bol) Lewis Charles Lynam Bob Oldham Bob Rogers Frank Tingley Ed Watkins Pi jJ . lM. I k Kappa Psi Nu Prof. Luther N. B ■RD Sponsor 94 Jean Bason E el n Booth Delores Evans Melva Foster Flo Gilbert Janice Goodman Elna Doris Huey Helen Jackson Martha Ellen Johnson Mary Elizabeth King Betty Long Phvllis Tucker Eula Jean Walker Sophie White Tail Zeta Phi x2Sr2 Miss Lila N ' euman Sponsor 95 Fred Biangardi Bill Blackstonc Branch Bragg Charles Cassell Jack Christy Ernest Gero Hank Hamrick Preston Holt Ron Kelly Wayne King Al Ludwig Pete Marshburn Mac McCracken Harold McRae Bill Rakes Bob Reece Carroll Reid Carl Woods lota Tau Happa Coach Jim Mai.lorv Spomor 96 Edna Burke June B I ' d Emma Jean Clayton Geneva Cooper June Cooper Billic Green Sue Ireland Lorena Mittclstadt ' irs;inia Pla Marion Turk Jane Upchurch Wvnona W ' omack Beta O iiicroii Beta Miss X ' iRGIMA GrOOMES Sponsor 97 Hiram Coble Max Drake George Etheridge Henry Hoppe Ned Jones Bill Kivett Dick Levine Bill Love Ray McKcnzic James Minor Page Painter Nash Parker Douglas Roane Ho cy Scoggins Earl Todd Arnold Ward Ted VVeblj Worth W ' omble Bob Wright Bob Yates Alpha Pi Delta 98 Martha Bcn Zeda Groijan Patsy Milam Dolly Ree Shaw Beverly Simpson Joan Summers Marion Tickle Marv Ann Wood Pi Viiippa Tmi Mrs. Mii.orei) Haff Sponsor 99 James Bozarth John Broiighton Ed Burkhead Joe Byrd Frank Ctopcland Matt Currin Jack Gibson Ed Gray Jennings Helm Oscar Holland Ned Jones Charles Johnson Pearlman Johnson Glenn King Bill Ki rtt Bill Lo e Ray McKcnzie Alva Minor Yono Mork Nash Parker Douglas Roane William Rodgers John Spirko Joe Stanley Elmer Thomas John Truitt Sam Webster Charles Wall Robert Wright Robert Yates Professor Luther Byrd Dr. E. P. Douglass Dr. R. F. Hunter Dr. P. S. Reddish Professor J. L. Sox Professor J. F. West k! " 1 o f Sij nm Ifpfici Chi Professor Allen C. Sp. ngler Sponsor 100 101 r Y May i)iwen Flora llillwit 102 May Ctnivt Flora Gilbert Qiieen Tessie Taylor Maid oj Honor Martha Ellen Johnson Senior Attendant Jane Upchurch Senior Attendant Evelyn Booth Junior Attendant Jane Peterson Junior Attendant Pete Marshblrn King Joe Erickson Escort Mac: McGracken Escort Len Fesmire Escort Ted Webb Escort Raleigh Ellis Escort 103 t ■■■■■■■■ •-•tt-5nf Marshburn-Erickson Co-Capljins Jim Mallory Coach SEASON RECIORD Elon Oppc nent 12 Eniorv-Hcnrv 33 33 Atlantic Christian 6 14 Appalachian 14 21 E. c:. T. C. 16 13 Newberry 6 26 Catawba 12 27 vv. c;. T. c. 19 41 High Point 13 Lenoir-Rhyne 41 6 Guilford l l F.ANES Seoul Iei " Pikrce — Bnckjieid Ciimli " Doc " " Mathis — Line Coach 106 The Football Season THE ELQ. FIGHT I. (: CHRISTIA.XS opened the 1950 football season against the powerlul Enioiv- and Henry Wasps at Bristol, Tenn. and got stung to the tune of 33-12. Led by Little-all-American back Bob Miller, the Wasps built up a 27-0 half-time advantage. Elon scored on passes from Marshburn to Greenwood and Tingley, but it was a case of too little too late. The CHRISTIANS bounced back on the following Saturday night in Burlington stadium against Atlantic Chris- tian for a 33-6 victory. There was just too much Grayson, Biangardi, Tingley, and Brigman for the undermanned Bulldog eleven. Then came a heart-breaker on Sept. 30th when Elon travelled to Boone to play the Appalachian Mountaineers. The Christians tallied in the second quarter with Grayson climaxing a sixty-four yard drive. Gero converted and Elon led 7-0. Marshburn added the next score to end a sixty-two yard drive. Again Gero converted and the score stood 14-0. Then came the desperate passes, thrown by the Mountaineers ' ' Steve Gabriel, and two quick touchdowns, leaving a stunned Elon outfit taking the kickoff as the game ended. Outstanding offensively even against this come- back were Grayson, Tingley, Marshburn, and Lewis. Bearing the defensive chores were Sal Gero, Harry Farmer, Marshall, Snow, Erickson, and deSinione. .Score 14-14. Elon met ECTC next on Oct. 7 and it was air power against ground running with the Fighting Chnsli ins downing the invading Pirates 21-16. Elon rolled up a total of 235 yards on the ground, while Roger Thrift, leading a one- man aerial show for the Pirates, completed 21 of 48 passes that netted 324 yards. Led by Gero, .Snow, Watkins, Eric- son, Farmer, and deSimone, the defensive team held the Pirates inside their own 15 yard line five times during the first half. Grayson and Biangardi shared scoring honors, with Gero ' s toe in perfect form, adding each conversion. The longest and prettiest run of the night was Brigman ' s 71 vard sprint for a touchdown, called back bv a penaltv. The Christians travelled to Newberry, S. C. on Oct. 14 and captured a 13-6 victory in a hard-fought, non-conference tilt against Newberry ' s Indians. The Indians drew blood in the first period and took a short-lived 6-0 lead. However in the second period the Christians started rolling and never stopped until the final whistle. Bearing the brunt of the attack were Grayson, Marshburn, Tingley, and Brigman. Gero and Marshall were towers of strength all night, but thev were forced to share defensive honors with McGracken, Farmer, de.Simone, and Annas. FICHTI.XG CHRI.STIA. S ' FOOT B ALU. TFA.M 2St- 2% ' ' Sl li 23 22e 29 s|7 14f 4Ia, 43g?36j-N?8 iqr|16f|ElF 3r%i itj 0i 3rt£ - ' tl tilit ttrt « " « Hiif.. Playins before a large Home-coming crowd on Oct. 21, the Fighting Christians outfought Catawba ' s Indians in the air and on the ground to gain a 26-12 victory. Rochelli passed for three TD ' s and set up another. Lewis caught two long touch- down pa.sses; Biangardi ran through the Indian line for many gains; Grayson, Brig- man, Marshall, Ellis, and Erickson were outstanding on ofTense. deSimone, Gero, Annas, McCracken, Marshall, and Reece shared defensive honors. In the second quarter, with Catawba leading 6-0, Rochelli passed to Marshburn for the tying touchdown. Then Perkins of Catawba took the kickofF on his own two yard line and raced 98 yards to score. The Indians led 12-6. Greenwood carried the next kickoff to the Elon 40, and the first play from scrimmage was a pass from Rochelli to Lewis for a 60 yard touchdown play. This made a total of no less than three touchdowns scored by the two teams in less than 90 seconds! It was a thrilling football game that climaxed a great Home-coming week-end. Oct. 27 the Christians added victory number 5 o er WCTC. Elon .scored first with Rochelli going over for the touchdown, and Gero was true for the extra point. W ' C TC came back for a TD and the extra point. Not satisfied with a 7-7 score Marshburn and Biangardi racked up a couple more TD ' s with Gero coming through for both extra points. Gero added the next TD on a lateral, but missed the extra point try. The score was 27-7. WCTC, rallying, scored twice more, but too late to even the score. Final score: Elon 27, WCTC 19. The Christian ' s next accomplishment was the bringing home ol " a panther skin from High Point on the night of Nov. 2. The game featured great down field jlocking and long runs by the Christians. Marshburn plunged over for the first TD. Grayson added the next 3 on runs of 34, 1, and 40 yards respectively. Rochelli followed close l)ehind with two more TD " s on runs of 49 and 20 yards. Gero booted 5 out of 6 extra points to complete the scoring at 41-0. Gary Farmer added a feature run of 46 yards, but due to penalties on which Elon could not capitalize, that score was lost. During the entire game Elon was not forced to kick a single time. Elon was defeated its .second time in " 51 by the Bears of Lenoir-Rhyne on Nov. 1 1 1) - a score of 41-13. It wasn ' t until the final quarter that Elon managed to score. With the loss of this game the Christians also lost hopes for North .State Gonfercncc lam-els. To wind up the season Elon defeated the Guilford l.hiahers Thanksgiving Day tilt at the Burlington Stadium. 6-0 in the annual SAUTE The Phi Psi Cm joins with the students of Elon in saluting .S.- L GERO, Littlc- all-.American, .Ail-.ST.ATE, ALL-C:ONFERENCE: R. K. GR.AYSON, H. ' NK DE.SIMOXE, PETE M. RSHBURX, ALL-CONFERENCE; MIKE MOFFO, most improsed lineman: H. RR ■ F. RMER, most impro ed back. fiasfiefbalf The 1950-1951 edition of the Fighting Christian basket- ball team enjoyed a fairly successful season under the di- rection of Coach " Doc " Mathis. Although they dropped some thrillers, they supplied supporters with plenty of ex- citing moments. Led by Kendall, Hamerick, Mondy, Haithcox, Cooper, and Gaither, the Christians entered the North State tournament, defeated Appalachian in the first round of play, but lost to High Point in the semi-finals. The team was composed mostly of sophomores and juniors who have from one to three years of varsity play left. With the present team as a nucleus, the Fighting Christians should prove their worthiness on the hardwood in the near future. Salute: The Phi Psi Cli salutes Ben Kendall; Al ment and Ali-C ' onference guard. -Tt)ur " Doc " M. iHi.s Cuai i 110 SEASON RECORD V 12 i L 11 ELOX OPPONENT ELON OPPONENT 48 CAROLINA 57 79 CATAWBA 84 62 WAKE FOREST 73 80 W.C:.T.C. 64 65 McCRARV 80 85 W.C.T.C. 70 75 McCRARY 69 75 GUILFORD 51 72 A.C.C. 50 59 APPALAC:HIAN 64 86 TROY STATE 54 80 HIGH POINT 86 54 APPALACHIAN 73 62 LENOIR-RHYNE 57 71 LENOIR-RHYNE 82 63 GUILFORD 59 64 A.C.C. 63 60 c:ata vba 73 68 HIGH POINT 66 TOURNAMENT RECORD 75 E.C.T.C. 74 60 APPAL AC;H IAN 54 62 E.C.T.C. 74 60 HIGH POLNT 67 111 Bcisebalf The Fighting Christians ' 1950 baseball squad successfully dcfcndecl its North State Conference crown by winning its second successive North State Championship. With the mound stafi an- chored by veterans C. K. Siler and Lefty Taylor and ably assisted by newcomers Hank Hamrick and Joe Weaver, the Christians boasted the strongest pitching staff in the Conference. Lefty Taylor paced the staff with six victories and one defeat and led in the strike-out department. The infield, with Quackenbush, Rakes, Myers, and Stewart at the helm, turned in fine per- formances. The outfield, composed of Phillips, Reid, Brigman, and Cassell, gave the added punch at the plate plus their fielding abilities. Hank deSimone and Joe Bryson behind the plate gave the club the hustle and pep that it needed in the pinches. Shag Myers led the hitters with a .337 mark. Wins — 21; Losses — 7 Phillips — Siler Co-Captains 112 fioif Wins 3; Losses 7 Tennis Wins 8; Losses 3. Won Conference Title. Bill Winstead won Singles Title. 113 Jciy-Vee Easkethall WON 10 LOST 3 JAY -VEE OPPONENTS 46 BURLINGTON HIGH 44 32 CAROLINA FROSH 64 53 GRAHAM HIGH 18 73 H GH POINT J ' 33 58 BURLINGTON HIGH 56 63 GOLDSBORO HIGH 38 56 CATAWBA JV 66 58 HARGRAVE 55 80 CATAWBA JV 60 69 APPALACHIAN JV 89 85 GUILFORD JV 50 55 HIGH POINT JV 52 73 GUILFORD J - 51 JAY -VEES 801 OPPONENTS 676 114 Girl Sports The intramural sports program for the young women of Elon is ' ery diversified and year- round activity in the field of sports is presented to all women students. Sports for this year were under the capable guidance of the women ' s athletic director, Miss Ruby Adams. The girls were acti e in the following sports during the year: In the fall they played field hockey, volleyball, and participated in marching. During the winter months they went indoors to the gym and played basketball, olleyball, table tennis, and badminton. With the coming of warm weather the young ladies will again take to the outdoors for softball and tennis; they also sharpen their eyesight by taking part in archery. The intramural sports program strives to acquaint 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 the program. 115 JiitrciDHii ' cii Sports ALL CAMPUS STARS Oak Lodge -Carlton House LXTRAMLRAL TAG FOOTBALL CHAMPS Women ' s [thletk Association The Intramural Council and the Women ' s Athletic Association are the governing bodies of men ' s and women ' s intramural sports. They make the rules and regulations which govern the activities of the student ' s choice. All men who are not fortunate enough to make the grade in varsity sports and all women are welcomed end given the opportunity of taking part in a well-planned intramural program. In the fall, touch football is the men ' s sport with all dormitories and fraternities partici- pating. In the winter both inen and women take part in volleyball, table tennis, and basketball. In the spring Softball is the king- pin. The competition is very keen in all sports. At the end of the school year trophies are awarded to the organizations or dormitories that accumulate the most points in all sports during the vear. The Intranmral Coumil " Husky " Hall: How about a little ride, Cutie? " Pug " Simpson: Are you going North? " Husky " : Yes, I am. " Pug " : Give my regard to the F skimos. Betty Moser: Don ' t you like uiy voice? Miss (iroomes: Betty, I have played on the white keys and I have played on the black keys, but you sing in tile cracks ! Faye McDade: My father is a doctor, so I can be sick for nothing. John Truitt : My father is a preacher, so I can be good for nothing. Dr. Johnson: What is the shape of the earth? Roy Kelly: It ' s round. 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" Harold Troxler, " he said, " do you think you sliould be taking my daughter to night clubs all the tinie. " " Indeed not! " Harold answered, then added hope- fully, " let ' s try to reason with lier. " Emma Jean Clayton: Say something soft and sweet to me. Ned Jones: Custard pie. Parents don ' t worry so nmch now about what their daughters know; it ' s how they found out. The senior girl snitted disdainfully as the |)ink-cliefked fresliman boy cut in. " Just why did you have to cut in wlien I was dancing? ' slie asked. The freshman hung his head in humility. " I ' m sorry, " lie said. " I ' m working my way tiirough college and your partner was waving a five dollar liill at me. " ALAMANCE BOOK STATIONERY CO. 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The cemeteries an ' filled with people who tliouglit the world couldn ' t get along without them. Pity the man who marries for love and then finds that his wife has no money. What man wants — all he can get. What women want — all they can ' t get. Five secrets of happiness: Money. Money. Money. Money. Money. The girl who thinks no man is good enough for her may he riglit hut she is more often left. Always borrow from a pessimist — he never expects it back anyway. Man is but a worm. He comes along, wiggles a hit. them some chicken gets him. Then there ' s the [jlayhoy who kept calling his girl friend a little sugar and wound up paying her a lump sum. The world ' s best after-dinner speech: " Waiter, give me both checks. " Vulgarity — The conduct of others. Best ff ishes from STATE THEATRE BURLINCiTON. N. C. Compliments of THE GLAMOUR SHOP " Ladies ' Read -lo-Wear " Burlington, North Carolina Compliments of PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING WORKS DIAL (M 7;3 Hifiliway 70 hlulin(;ton. n. c. Compliments of ELON GRILL P Lox College, North Carolina CONGRATULATIONS from THE ELON COLLEGE BOOK STORE • Ping-Pong, Dancing and Refreshments (it ' orge Etlieridge: What would I liave to give you for just one little kiss? Lucille Cameron: Cliloroforni. Same Webster: Do vou know wliat a sleeping liull isr Mrs. McDonald: No, what ? Sam: A bull-dozer. Dr. Sloan: Ann. can you tell nie who built the ark: Ann .Matkins: . o. Uli — Dr. Sloan: Correct. Oscar Holland: Nancy drives like lightning, doesn ' t slie? .Sammv Nelson: Ves. always striking trees. Reita Durham (arriving at baseball game late): What ' s the score. Larry . Larry Gaitlier: Nothing to nothing. Kcita: Oh 1 goody, then we haven ' t missed a thing! (Late to class) Frof. Barney: ' du should have been in here at 8 o ' clock. , rchie Morg;iu: Why. what hajipcned . ' Christine ' 1 ' . (at football game, hinting): Nobody loves me; and my hands arc cold. Harry Farmer: Oh, that ' s all right. (Jod loves you and your mother loves you — and you can sit on your hands. Good all the way down- Thafs MELVILLE MILK! Distributed hi MELVILLE DAIRY BURLINGTON Burlington Sporting Goods Co. " Best ill Athletic Equipment ' DIAL 6-66iU 423 Worth Street BURLINGTON, N. C. SWIFT CLEANERS Ei ' eri Ciistdinrr a Satisfied One TAILORING : ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE DIAL 4681 Elon College, North Carolina Two young collegians were parked along a country lane. The moon was shining beautifully. " Becky " Garrison: You remind me of Don Juan. Bob Summer: What do you know about him. He ' s dead. " Becky " : Yeah. I know! Mrs. Sloan : What do you know about Spanish syntax? Lou Ranglo: Gosh, I didn ' t know they had to pay for their fun. Dr. Brannork: Wiiat is the most outstanding product tliat chemistry lias given to the world? .Joan Sumncrs : Blondes. " Cookie " Ciarrison: I suppose all geniuses are con- ceited. Rip Euliss: Some of them — but I ' m not. " Woody " Stoffel: Look at me ! I am a self-made man ! Phylis Tucker: That ' s the trouble with this cheap labor. A man wandered into a tennis tournament the other day and sat down on the bench. " Who ' s game? " be asked. Martha Berry: I am. Dave Mondy: I ' m a lady killer. Ben Kendell: Yeah, one look at you and they drop dead. THE CAMPUS SHOP " fFAiere Good Friends Meet ' Fountain Service Cosmetics Patent Medicines Dial 9831 . Elon College, North Carolina


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