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Can-J Covlngtan BUTTRAM, WILLIAM ROSS, Clnattanooga, Tvgnn. BYRD, EDWIN S ......,.. CAMPBELL, ROY E ...... Lal CARROLL, JOHN WALTER . . . CARTER WALTER CRUMBLEY . CHANDLER, REUBEN CARL . . CHERRY, LAMAR ..,..... CHEWNING, DAVID L. . . Gr-g-:n CODINGTON, JOHN FORT . . . . Atlanta Clty, Fla. . D-.fgatuf Valdosta . Atlanta . Atlanta vlllc, S. C. . Atlanta COPREDGE, RAYMOND L, . McRhIgrson, Kan. COWART, G, THOMAS . , . Sanford, Fla, DAVES, JAMES GORDON . . Cullman, Ala. DAVIS CHARLES BARNEY . . . DECKER, ROBERT STUART . . - Ttnnlllc . Atlanta DQLAMAR, RICHARD FRANK- -Hawklnavilh DICKENS, GORDON LEE, JR. . I DORSEY, HAL ......... DORTON, ALBERT FRANKLIN . . Sparta . Cafdelc - - Luclla DUNAPHANT, CHARLES FREDERICK -Atlanta EDGERTON, MILTON THOMAS . . Atlanta r:" allegra avid X431 ,It-.xx fflxptllx F 5-I JI wx, EDWARDS, STANLEY . . . Port Arthur, Tex. ESTES, E. B., JR .... ...... G ay FAIN, JIM ED .... . Albany FERGUSON, JAMES L. . . Arnerucus FINESTONE, HARRY . . . 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Dada City, Fla, - A - Dalton - Dotlvan, Ala. . . . l-lazlctwurst - Lcmngton, N, C, - - - Bartow, Fla, . Igrcgnvlll-3, Ala, . Tushg-ic, Ala, 4 - 4 Jaclson , . Elblgrton - - Oultrnan . D.,ca: r . . Mxll-Qclgcwllg - - Utica r In - - - - D-Qcalu' I . Lal-gland, Fla, - - - - LavLIn,a . . Macc-n - Atlanta . Atlanta , Fltzguald . Atlanta - Carnnlla f A . Atlanta - E Slmrtlir, Ala. . . , Atlanta . . Tampa, Fla. . Ngwnan . . , . . Atlanta Plncnm City, Ala, - . - DL-:atm . A Atlanta Daytona BQacl1,Fla, . Tallalnasscc, Fla, - Owensboro, lfy. f - . Waycross - Pensacola, Fla. . Mcndlan, Msss. . Naslwvtlla, Tenn. - - Manchester . Newport, Tenn. - - . Atlanta OGLETREE, WILLIAM PANNKOKE, PAUL W. . PARKS, CHARLES T. . . PAYNE, H. HARVEY . . PECKTAL, JACK R. . L... PENTECOST, WILLIAM V., JR. PERKINSON, NEIL G ..... PLUNKETT, R. FRANKLIN . . POATS, RUTHERFORD M. - POLLARD, ED M. . , . . POLSTEIN, LEON L. . POWERS, MacLEOD .... RICHARDSON, A. CULLEN, JR. RICHARDSON, WARREN J. . RICKENBAKER, HUGH K. . . ROCHE, WILLIAM P. . . RUSH, ROBERT H. . . . SCHACTER, DANIEL . . . . SCOTT, STANLEY I. . . . STANSELL, CALVIN F. . - - Savannalw - - Ouitman . . Atlanta . . . . Atlanta . Kingsport, Tenn. . . Atlanta . Marietta - - Atlanta - - Decatur . . Atlanta . . . Albany Grccnvillc, S. C. . . Montezuma . . . Atlanta . . Atlanta . . . . Dublin - - Dothan, Ala. New York, N. Y. . . Dayton, Ohio Grccnvillc, S. C. STEADMAN, WALLACE W. . Ridge Spring, S. C. STEWART, HERBERT L .... STRICKLAND, HUBERT B., JR. SUMMERLIN, WINSTON L. . SUNSHINE, IRVING I. . , TATE, HENRY L. . . TAYLOR, JOHN E. . . TEATE, LUTEN ....--- THOMAS, JOHN F., JR. . We TINKLER, SAM A. . . . . TINSLEY, MELVIN D. . . TODD, JOHN RUCKER, Ill. . . TUGGLE, CHARLES S. TWITCHELL, J. DALE . . VEAL, HUBERT G. . . WALDEN, A. MARVIN WALTON, J. I.ccROY WARZER, LEO .... WEINER, IRVING M. . . WEINKLE, STANLEY . ,JR. . WHITE, CECIL A. . . WHITENTON, JOE B. WILLEFORD, BENNETT R., JR. WILLSON, JAMES V. WORLAND, ROBERT B. . WRIGHT, HAROLD D. YOUNG, A. WAYNE - Gadsden, Ala. . Hartford, Ala. . Gainesville, Fla. . - - Atlanta . . Bcatricc, Ala. . A Stuart, Fla. . . . Thornasvillc st Palm Bcaclw, Fla. . . . . Atlanta . . . , Atlanta - Kingsport, Tcnn. - Stone Mountain . Vcro Bcaclw, Fla. . . . . Atlanta . Hcadland, Ala. . - Thomasville - - - Atlanta - A - - Camilla Miami Bcacti, Fla. . . Waycross . Atlanta . Atlanta - - - Atlanta - - Miami, Fla. . . . Miami, Fla. Landersville, Ala. Emmau Jmimziadim AUSTIN, GLENN THOMAS BALDWIN, RAY A. . . BALLOU, JAMES E,- - BARBER, ROBERT . BATES, WILLIAM L., JR. . BISHOP, WILLIAM . . BURCH, L, C ,..... CANTRELL, LARRY W. . COLLAR, HENRY . . CRIDER, HARRY J, . CROWN, JOHN A. . . FLUKER, JULIAN . . GAY, LEONARD . . GOLDSTEIN, JACOB . . JOHNSON, HARRY . MENDEL, ARTHUR . . MOZLEY, JAMES WILLIS, MURRAY, WALTER B. . . OATES, KENNETH . PARRISH, CHARLES . PHILLIPS, MERLE, JR. . . JR. . . . Dunwoody . . . Kennesaw - -Tallahass-2-3, a. - . Moultrie - . Atlanta . Atlanta . McRae - Atlanta . Atlanta . Atlanta . Decatur - Atlanta . . Georgetown . Atlanta - Rome . Monro-: , Atlanta . .... Augusta Avondale Estatcs . . . Rlnggold Coral Gables, Fla. SIMMONS, WILLIAM . . . . . . Atlanta THOMPSON, IRVING . . , Union Cnty THOMPSON, L. CLIFFORD . . . Atlanta WATERS, JAMES M, . . . Millen -ri. ,nh- if +493 ,..-an -.Al vi ..... .sg mag, ow. 01" if --sv, -V-nib It , xv .av QA' gadllneetct fqcfminzkibzcalian soPHoMoREs JIZJHJFJ ' 46 ,. Tl 'Nh 4, . -.. , ms ,R igx 1 B' Q fo Ke 1. ., ' ' 49- ...,,..-1 -as - x..- mv' S -wh ..., - 1 A HQZVB' ,:,f.2'-g- -gh af- ' A L .: 'Q A E . .. ,,,,, , . , 5 . -. 4 4 ' 4 N .Ari 7: E -od Q1 -.af -qi ai 'av 'vvwggl BERMAN, ELLIOTTJ .... . . . Atlanta CALLAWAY, MERREL PURVIS . . LaGrange CANNON, JAMES C., JR. . . COOPER, LQROY . . . CRAM, WILLIAM C. - - - DALEY, ROBERT STEWART EMERY, EVERETT ROY . . FlSHMAN, BERNARD . . HANES, ALWIN LQNARD . HARRJS, CHARLES . . . HOFFMAN, ARNOLD B. . JEMISON, ROBERT MIMS - IQEENAN, PAUL A., JR. - Dlllsboro, N. C. - - Sanford, Fla. . . . Atlanta Puttebufglw, Pa. . . . Atlanta . . Atlanta . Et. McPherson . , Ocilla . . . Atlanta Shr-fvaport, La, . - - Albany LOCKHART, GASTON BROWN . . Atlanta LUNSEORD, ERNEST , . MANHElM, MORRIS - PIRKLE, LELAND JACKSON POST, JOHN V ...,.. RYLANDER, JOHN EMORY, STARNES, JAMES LOUlS . STLJBBS, WlLLIAM O., JR, . THOMPSON, BILL .... WEINMEISTER, CARL JOHN WEST, CHARLES B ..... - . Atlanta . . Atlanta - . . Decatur W-gstwood, N. J. JR. . Amlgrrcus . . Decatur . . Tampa, Fla. - - Wrughtsvnllc . . . Atlanta - . Atlanta R g1gA4:zeNf4E 1Hcfm1Ini4haZian CRAVEN, LEON J. . DAVIDSON, DREW . DAY, WILLIAM . . . DwVAULT, DAVID, JR. ESTES, LAMAR . . FOLSOM, WILLIAM . FORD, ROBERT . . FREEDMAN, JACK . A - Atlanta - . Atlanta . . . . Canton Annstvrdarn, N. Y, . . Mwlton, Fla. - - Atlanta - . Bat-avla, Ill. . . Atlanta GOLSON, CHARLES O., JR, - - . Savannah HARPER, WILLIAM . I-IARTSFIELD, EDGAR KARTOS, JOHN . , KRIEGER, MAX . MENDEL, PERRY . MILWAIN, JAMES . PIRYLE, E. C, . . ROBERTSON, E. MOSS SROCHI, MORTON . THOMAS, JOSEPH . THOMAS, LONNIE . THORNTON, GEORGE . CJTIELIVI . . Atlanta - . Atlanta - - Atlanta - . Atlanta - . Atlanta . . Atlanta - - Atlanta - - Atlanta - - Baxley . . D-'catur - Anniston, Ala. ZIMMERMAN, M. JEROME . . . Atlanta , .2 , -4 41' '0 .-4-P .A 11" ei' 'ie , ,- ww J-ali? --1 --.av ,QS- ffii vs' ,'-""" . .sq 0' ,5.'f',,,35.E 'FS 45,5 ,JP 1 I . .45 V ,eau ,. - -we "Lf: E' . ,,., . .-gr .351 QPSF' Y . -.A 9 93+ A . '1 kb. I 1 .ir N., -an-v tw M , .J ,- ' P. ' Q Hn A A 3 i X M1 'w r lg, M-njdw x vf V A ' ' A W"'XWm-W veg X,-NH ku ,fssswwwwmww--Mwwmy -WSW T ' ' mi 5 ' ,J MISC GIMCE lllllli, Sf+rmwfwffeWfGffVM4e4 Q.. . Q! ,fail A -4 my M. L. NTXIE of fvuadring. RFP s E N I o R s I NM N " .. ADAMS, JANE , . .,.. Elbartcn , L .5 yi V L BYRUM, LOUISE . . . Anclfrson, S. C. f , ,fi , .5 - 'A A .1 B- 35 CLARR, JOYE PATRICIA . , . ALIMIB U R 0 , , -A - . I ,. A . If f':R NARMAN, NELL ....... TIILEA by - i L ,- HEWITT, CARGLYN LOUISE, spfrngmg f ' l P I ' N SHERAREI, MADOLYN . Hialeah, EIB, 5 ' STEPHENS, GRACE ..,. COIWELS b N ' ' 5: ' A fy, XXXESTMORELAND, TANNIE 4 CIMIQM A 6k I -if y , ' -S 5' ,Q WILLIAMS, LGLINEAL , . GIQW, RJ. -R1 ix, Q WlLSON, JOAN . , IEEIWVIII.-, Fla A ' X Xt- 5.1 ' awe: Y C f BALDWIN, VIRGINIA D, . . Ammub ' , BROOKS, MARGARET ANN, CEIUMEM .41-aiu' Aa 6 A L A HAMMETT, MARGARET . Inman, 3, C, ' Nd ' !- -Il -if N? 1 if y kt I K - V 0 LKQV LEVERETT, MARIGN . . Ae.lIlcro,AI1, X iw , MECIIRRY, RETI-IA RCIWELL . Torfr-fa X 'W' IIE R , Rs! , ,,, RACE, MARIORYE MUPL . T,mr.15, ELI, E .f , ' PlTTS, MARGARET . . . . TMIEI, S R - l A '23 l ROGERS, MARIAN A. - A Taverns, Fla. A A :Y , rf - riff' 1 Q J W ff . f . i RGSSMAN, MILEIREI3 JANE . Moulrrn: , N.,-f ZIf,1TTl,JANE ERANCEQ . , . Anim I Q' 'V' RQ XMI? xi? 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W ,X .wTw'x?'.RfN' fx gf,:XS1'2" X QQ ?'.gX'gf-ge-X, My N , -. kv., 1 N. ., ny, 2, ,Q,s-Tig. gs' . '33 fy A i....k.,--M lf, J , X - w.. f. " " -lLa"X.f"' Q J- -,-X HF. - 4 X 1 'FX-wi VF? .I ,QQ fx L.: . 4945-'QEIA N' 'Q 55'-wr. -.mg--1. yi fx-' Q-X , . -as-A - .X -'wx -. . W M .X ug - X. 3 W3 ':,:X,-- M X 'K ' M. X, fm., ,, - , ..,-fgtggsg .X -, xr. , "2"?f'QQA A va, fi ,' 1-Qld? , ,SQ X 3x.XX.."'i '- 1- 1. g W 1 pw. , X W. 'X' X - ' ,Q fm .,, V: V. ,...A D? -, .. W. , -, . X, ,Q - -t 5 A M. " .1 ,X ,A . EXIX. Wx . "ix - , 2- , s - X ' - , -X. mf .. X, X., , ,X , . ,Q A .L ,W FQ NRQHYN, . ' . ,.. .XM-flew 92' - 'XfH5--1- A aaa , ,Qg5g,.J,-if E!1'A - C Qkntf' 'ln e X. V ., ., X -z Q -N. ' - J. 45 -.iff -' gpgw, '-1 ""3Dp Sllucfenll 14cl'iaiiie4 Il II Il N C I Ii LQROY DEIXIIXIY . . PIERCE ALLGOOD . . JAMES ALLRED . . JOE I-IALL ,... 'fa' ERNIE I-IARWELL . . CALVIN KYTLE ..,. JAMES WILSON , . . PAUL I-IARTSEIELD , JOI-IN McCLELLAND . KATHERINE KENNEDY LUKE GARRETT , , . PINKY JOI-INSON . . GEORGE COOPER , First Row, Left to Right-Allgood, Allred, Cooper .... Second Row -Denny, Garrett, Hall ..,. Third Row-Harwell, Hartsfield, John- son .... Fourth Row-Kytle, McClelland, Pearc . . . Fifth Row- Skiles, Wilson. The Student Activities Council is composed ot the president and vice-president ot the student body, an auditor, representatives ot the College, the School ot Business Administration, and the pro- tessional schools ot the university: and three non-voting taculty members. The Council budgets the student activities, supervises all publica- tions, conducts elections, and with the cooperation ot the Inter- traternity Council, sponsors the spring dances. This year the Council abolished all protessorial "pants-pulling" in connection with the annual pushball game, adopted laws tor campus driving, and set up a trattic court tor their enforcement. 45 HAYWOOD J, PEARCE, III OFFICERS 1 JAMES MACKAY , , . . . President ot Student Body VERNON SKILES , . , Vice-President ot Student Body CALVIN KYILE . . , .,..,,. SCCrCtary MEMBERS . Business Administration . . . . College , College . . College . . College College , . . , Coll-:gc College , . Giaduatu . . . . Law , Libiaiy Scicncf , . lvledicini. . Medicine , Theology JAMES MACKAY President ot the Student Body . 'U. S. Swim Jlmaa Sacie Each year the seven most outstanding men in the Junior class are elected to D. V. S., recognition being based prrmarrly upon service to Emory. Its members strive to promote the highest IdeaIs ot Emory, and eIectIon to membership is one ot the greatest honors that can be conterred upon a student. I902 DUNCAN, JOHN LEROY SMITH, GUY TRIMBLE HIGHTOWER, J. D, JR. MYERS, GUY ARTHUR MARTIN, H. WARNER RUSH, FLETCHER GRAY CONNALI Y, THOMAS W. l903 LEONARD, LOUIS L. ARMSTEAD, THOMAS M. BOYD, MONTAGUE L. CAVANAUGH THOMAS DOZIER, NATHAN B. LEE, J. WIDEMAN OSBORNE, HUBERT E. I904 CROVATT, ALFRED H. BOYD, DARWIN H. CRABB, JUDSON N. HATCHER, WALDON L. HENTZ, HAL L. LAMKIN, ROBERT W. RICHARDSON, CHARLES l905 PARKER, ROBERT S. BARRON, GEORGE A. BONNELL, WILLIAM G LEWIS, WILLIAM H, RAYNE, OLIVER ERWIN SCANLAND, WILLIAM H. STROZIER, HARRY S T906 MECAMY, THOMAS S. BALDWIN, JOHN R. BULLARD, HARRY E. WIGHTMAN, Cox E. GIRARDEAU, RUFUS M KING, EARL MABBETT, HENRY F. I907 JOHNSON, WILLIAM H ADAMS, GEORGE G. ALMAND, HENRY G. BLJRT, WILLIAM T. CANDLER, WALTER T. HEARD, BENJAMIN s B. H. McGREGOR, KENNETH I-I, I908 ARNOLD, ROBERT M. BLAIR, LESLIE L. SMITH, WILLIAM C. STONE, BONNELL H STOVALL, CARL T, STRICKLAND, WILLIAM R. WHITE, GOODRICH C. I907 BRYAN, WALTER S. HEATH, EVANS v. LAMBERT, JACOB E. MARSHALL, THOMAS O. ROBERTS, JAMES W. HILL, ALEXANDER H., JR. BRYAN, JOSEPH M. I9I0 FOX, CHARLES R. HENDERSON, IRBY JENKINS, STEPHEN E. KENYON, EDGAR D. MACKAY, EDWARD G. MUNRO, PAUL M. WIGHT, WARD I9II BENTON, JAMES F, CRANE, BENSON B. FULLER, HUGH N. GIRARDEAU, JAMES L. HOWELL, HUGH H. MIZELL, ROBERT C. ROACH, GEORGE S. I9I2 CLARK, SEYMOUR G. HOLLAND, SPESSARD L. JOHNSON, WILLIAM P. LEE, THOMAS L. PITTMAN, CLAUDE P. ROCKWELL, TURNER TOWSON, HATTON DUNNICA I9l3 CARLTON, WILBUR A, KIMBALL, TED C. MALLETT, JOEL B, MATHEWS, JOHN E. PEARCE, HAYWOOD J. PERRYMAN, EMMETT K. RICHARDSON, JOHN W. I9I4 PATTILLO, FRANK A. RIVERS, FRANK P. ROGERS, THOMAS C. SAXON, JOHN H. SOWELL, HOMER C. STROZIER, EDMOND W. WRIGHT, GEORGE W. l9I5 BOWIE, J. CLIFTON ETHRIDGE, ROY P. MATHEWS, G. WILLIAM, JR. MEGAHEE, PERCY A. NEAL, TURNER B. RUMBLE, LESTER STOKES, ROBERT N. I9I6 CANDLER, SAMUEL C. CLINE, PIERCE HARRIS, ROBERT M. KING, EDWARD L. RUMBLE, BERT SEALY, OLIN E. WILSON, JAMES H. l9I7 BOYD, GEORGE H. GAINES, FLORENCE M. GARLAND, HALSEY S. LANE, FOUNT R. LOETIS, WARREN T SHAW, JuDsON B. WEEMS, HOWARD v. Ivla ALLEN, WINSTON S. CROSS, EASON HAMILTON, WILBUR H INGRAM, JOHN J. RERR, BRAMWELL C. LESTER, JAMES G. RAST, JOHN M. I9I9 BIVINGS, CHARLES K. HUMPHREY, ROBERT H. MATHEWS, SAMUEL M. MELTON, KELLER F. MULLINS, F. B. K. SANDERS, WILEY B. STUBBS, WILLIAM B. I720 DUNAWAY, JOHN A. FLOWERS, ROBERT GREENE, MYLES L. MACKAY, ROLAND P. ROGERS, ERNEST WIGHT, ALVIN B. WIGHT, EDWARD A. l92I ARNAU, ROBERT E. GREEN, FLETCHER M. HUTCHINSON, ALVA ROY JONES, WILLIAM P. McFADDEN, JOHN H. PADGETT, LOUIE L. WALTERS, SIM D. I922 BLITCH, LEE W. COOKE, DON A. DANIEL, CHARLES H. MILLICAN, CHARLES B. ROCHELLE, WYLIE L. WATKINS, WILLIAM P. WHITAKER, LORENZO R. l923 ANTHONY, MACK DETERLY, CHARLES H. HANCOCK, HERMAN D. HARPER, MARVIN H MULLINAX, PERRY F. PURKS, JAMES H. TALLEY, CLARENCE L. I924 CLEMENT, HUNT, JR. EDMONDSON, FRANCIS L. FITZHUGH, MILLSAPS HOWELL, JAMES H. MITCHELL, JAMES N. O'STEEN, ALTON T. TILLY, EBEN F. I9Z5 COLLINS, EMMETT B. EDMONDSON, ROBERT A PETERSON, WILLIAM M. SCOTT, HENRY B. SPURLIN, PAUL M. WARNELL, WILLIS B. WIGGINS, MARSHALL T l926 FAGAN, ROBERT L. HILL, GEORGE M. LOGAN, ARTHUR G MAXWELL, JAMES O. MILLER, HENRY J. SMITH, GEORGE K. STOVALL, HAMILTON H. l"727 CLEVELAND, JACK O. CLOWER, EMIL J. CRAWFORD, ROBERT D. CROW, WILLIAM A, HOLMES, JOSEPH C. SEWELL, STEPHEN H. THERRELL, JAMES H. me CARPENTER, FRANCIS W. CHAMBERS, EDGAR, JR. HENDRIX, WALTER C., JR, KENDRICI4, DOUGLAS B., JR MCCORD, CLINTON D. PATTERSON, GEORGE D., JR STOCRMAN, JOHN M. I929 BATES, LOUIS T. CUMBEE, ALFORD Z. GRAHAM, DUNCAN S. LEE, AUGUSTUS L. LOGAN, ALLEN M. STROZIER, R. M. TULLER, W. H. I930 AJAX, FRED W. CANNON, JOE W. FORD, ALAN B. 46 HARRIS, JOHN L. PARKER, EARLE N. RIVERS, WILLIAM R. SMITH, GRAVES I?3I CARTLEDGE, EMMET B. HAYGOOD, W. C. HITCH, SIMON H. LANGE, JOHN H. SMITH, P. L. TIGNER, EMMET T. VALLOTTON, JOSEPH R. l932 BOWDEN, HENRY L. HALL, MAXCY R., JR. PATTERSON, JOSEPH W. OUILLIAN, CLAUDE B. TIDMORE, JOSEPH C. WILLIAMS, W. E. WILSON, JOHN E. Im ASHLEY, ALBERT R. BRIDGES, SAMUEL R. CANDLER, ROBERT W, JORDON, WELCH O. MAY, JAMES W. STEPHENS, EDGAR WALTER WORTHY, WILLIAM S. I934 ANDERSON, CHARLES B. JONES, BOISFEUILLET LOGUE, ROBERT B. PERDUE, WILLIAM R. STIIBBS, ALBERT W. THROWER, RANDOLPH W. TURMAN, JOHN P. l935 BLUMBERG, RICHARD W. BRADY, WILLIAM L. KIDD, JOHN W. NUNN, GEORGE F. OUILLIAN, WILLIAM F. TOLBERT, JAMES M. WILSON, JAMES F. I936 BADING, OTTO F. BARLOW, EMMETT L. HOLLOWAY, MURPHY M. McCONNELL, REMINGTON W REICHERT, ALBERT P. SLEDD, JAMES H. WIGGINS, ROBERT S. I937 COMER, HUGH M. ELEAZER, FRANK F. GOLSON, GRAHAM E. PENDLETON, WILLIAM E. ROBERTSON, WILLIAM C. SOWELL, ANGUS W. WILLIAMS, WARREN W. T938 ABERNATHY, HERMAN CLAY, GRADY E. DUFFEE, WARREN S. DUKES, WILLIAM F. HOPKINS, SAMUEL B. JENKINS, ALFRED L. S. MITCHELL, WHARTON I939 BARTLETT, MARCUS BECK, LINWOOD BRANNEN, EDMUND HUBBELL, WOODROW HUMBER, JAMES ROBERTSON, FRANK ROLLESTON, MORETON 'lr I ,.i, 'X AAAA I f. i A DV 5 'r ZVI: Q: X .a 4 A55 Ae:-gf, X af h 'N :IQ 5 H -Q::. , ':Xff'f'. ' Q J: Lf L .,,... ' f x J, 1 , xx J! 'N A- L' SPEJGEJTS BALLARD JACK BOOZER JAY CLJMBAA JOE HALL ERNJE HARWELL JAMES MACKAY JAMES WILSON 47 1-- 337 ,365 an .f- l , I-55, , ff. 5 K V an 1 v ., ,Q . 'R Ksifag 1 ' " viffl, 1 Al ze ' Q - ww I A U N , f dk .1 , , "' 1 4 " I -i 0 V , ,.,-' -- 3 ..f. . ..g J 4.? -I H ' QT1 if Firsi Row, Leli to Rsghi-Ballard, Barnes, Beck, Boozcr, Callawa D L tt I f, ' vw H f , . ,X wx y, c emo Q, H.aW,Ha1Qs cmd , .nd RJ, Harwell, Hurts, Jones, Maxkfw, M.In O'Connor, Tumcv, Wuison, CZFFICERS . Roy JOHNSON . . . . . . . President sf-wi GIBSON . . . . . Vice-President -MA, TRAWICK STUBBS . I gibtqpvggl-.5llSecretary and Treasurer lr. i902 iii M-griiis CHARLES HARRIS r DEAN ROBERTS JIM MERRITT , VERNON SKILES BEN T' EBAUT FACULTY MEMBERS DR. GEORGE BACHMANN DR ROY R. IKRACKE DR, DANIEL C. ELKIN DR, JAMES R, McCORD F 1 R , L fit Right-Gibson, Harris, Mer'tl .... S d R DR. CYRUS W. STRICKLER, SR, -R b Q Skies, Stubbs .... Third R -Th b t Alpha Omega Alpha, highest honorary medical society, supplanted the twenty-two year old Aslqlepios, local honorary society at Emory, this year. The society, said to be the only order ot its lcind in medical schools on this continent, was welcomed with high praise by the administration and by the taculty. Alpha Omega Alpha is to medicine what Phi Beta Kappa is to the college ot arts and sciences and Sigma Xi is to graduate work. The establishment ot this organization is thought to be a great step torward in the establishment ot a super medical center in Atlanta. +f Membership in Alpha Omega Alpha is based purely upon schol- arship, provided that the candidates' moral qualifications are satis- tactory. Its aims, as stated by the constitution ot the society, are "the promotion ot scholarship and research in medical schools, the encouragement ot a high standard ot character and conduct among medical students and graduates, and the recognition ot high at- tainment in medical science in practice and related tieldsf' f The society was organized at the College ot Medicine in the University ot Illinois, Chicago, on August 25, l902. It is not pri- marily a social organizationg chapter meetings are devoted to the presentation and discussion ot clinical cases and scientitic papers. Public addresses are given by distinguished physicians under chaps ter auspices. ROY JOHNSON President 50 MEMBERS CHARLES HARRIS WILLIE HUNTER SAM GIBSON ROY JOHNSON WILLIAM PROCTOR VERNON SKILES eacfucead Caduceus is a national medical honor society tounded tor the recognition ot scholarship, character, leadership, and personality. The society holds regular weekly meetings at which discussions and papers on some med- ical subject are the main topics. First Row, Lcft to Right-Harris, Hunie S d R G b Johnson ,.,. Third Row-P t Skl l 5 l l First Row, Left to Right-Addison, Beckham, Benton, Branen. . . . Second Row- Cantrell, Carter, Cooper, Cowarl. . , . Third Row-Edgerton, Edwards., Franklin, Goldsmith, . . . Fourth Row-Gibson, l-iogsed, Irvin, Johnston. . : . Fifth Row- McGowan, Mathews, Moffett, Pearce .... Sixth Row-Powell, Reisman, Rhodes, Rohrcr .... Seventh Row-Silver, Sciple, Scheinberg, Sturgess .... Eighth Row-Sumner, Wilder, Wood, Silverstein. QD -2 Alpha gpfilllan Zlpdifan OFFICERS MARVIN SILVERSTEIN . . . . President WALTER BECK!-lAIvI . . Vice-President I-IAYWOOD PEARCE ..,. . . Secretary MEMBERS TOM ADDISON CHARLES IRVIN CURTIS BENTON HAROLD JOHNSTON WILEY BRANAN RAYMOND MEGOWAN LARRY CANTRELL JACI4 MATHEWS WALTER CARTER DENNY MOFFETT MIKE CHARNIS EINCHER POWELL MANUEL COOPER EDWARD REISMAN THOMAS COWART JAMES RHODES MILTON EDGERTON DTCI4 ROHRER STANLEY EDWARDS MAX SILVER BEN FRANKLIN GEORGE SCIPLE ABRAM GOLDSMITH PERlTZ SCHEINBERG COUNT GIBSON HENLEY STURGESS, JR. JOHN HOGG BILL SUMNER JONES HOGSED PELHAM WILDER JAPWS WOOD Alpha Epsilon Upsilon is a .lunior College scholastic honor society. Men in the College ot Arts and Sciences or the School ot Busi- ness Administration who have maintained a scholastic average ot 5.00 quality points per major ot work talcen through three-quarters, or 4.25 quality points per major ot worlc talcen tortourquarters are eligible torelection. In addition to the required scholastic standing, the range and nature ot the courses selected, the moral character ot the student, and the general promise ot a student to the world ot scholarship and society enter in as a basis ot election. The annual scholarship trophy awarded to the outstanding treshman this year went to Jaclc Mathews. l l MARVIN SILVERSTEI N President JACK MATH EWS President OFFICERS JACK MATHEWS . ..... , . President TOM WHITING . . . Vice-President GEORGE WELLS . . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS BERT AUSLEY KENION EDWARDS ROY EMMET BILL FACKLER RALPH PORCH l-TENLEY STU RGESS, JR. ARCHIE TOLBERT Zia Sigma P46 Eta Sigma Psi is a sophomore honor society organized on the Atlanta campus in the Spring ot l928 by several mem- bers ot the Sophomore class. The society, tirst lcnown as the Toreadors, adopted its present name in l93O, and in that year established chapters on the campuses at Qxtord and Valdosta. The tounders expressed the purpose ot the organization as tollows: "To create within the members ot the treshman class an interest in extra-curricular activities which are ot value to the Universityg to recognize character and leader- ship among the members ot the treshman class: to be ot service to the college or university by promoting, encourag- ing and recognizing service, character, and leadership." Each year the society, composed ot the active members, gives a banquet tor the Alumni present in the university. The organization hopes that in the near tuture a campaign can be carried on tor the establishment ot chapters at other colleges. First Row, Left to Right-Ausley, Edwards, Emmet .... Second Row -Fackler, Porch, Sturgess .... Third Row-Tolbert, Wells, Whiting, . ah- fhurtl 53 st Row, Left to Right-Curnbaa, Cline ,... Second Row-HIII, h Th R P dl y Sg F tc Inson .,.. ird ow- en e , I man .... our! Silverstein, Smith. 75a awp ew. OFFICERS JAMES ALLRED ....... . . . President MARVIN SILMERSTEIN . . . . , vrcepresifiefii THOMAS SIGMAN . . . . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS JAY CLJMBAA JOHN CLINE WRIGHT LIPFORD LEON SMITH BOB PENDLEY ROY LEE HILL JOE HUTCHINSON The Eagles Club is an honorary society Organized tor the purpose Ot recognizing merit among non-trater- nity men at Emory. Prominence ot independents in the tields ot scholarship, athletics, and other fields Ot extra-curricular activities is rewarded by member- ship in this organization. ptif uf' JAM ES ALLRED President 54 Jann fauna!! Since the inauguration several years ago ot the Student Honor System at Emory the Honor Council has had as its duty the toster- ing ot a spirit ot honor among the students, and the administration ot the Honor Code. Concerned chietly with the latter tunction, the Honor Council has, trom year to year, placed increasingly great emphasis on its objective, the prevention ot dishonesty, by the elevation ot Emory's standards ot honor and manhood. ,AMES MACKM Although the Honor System is riot pertect in its operation, it by Chairman pertection is meant the absolute prevention ot dishonesty, it has become recognized as an integral tactor in the growing ideal ot a greater Emory. The greatest measure ot its success may be tound in the favorable change ot attitude among the students themselves concerning honesty in college worlc. The Honor Council is composed ot tour seniors and one junior selected each year by the outgoing Council to serve tor the tollowing scholastic year. The Council selects a taculty member to serve in an advisory capacity. First Row, Left to Right-Beckham, Curnbaa .... Second Row- Deaver, Hall. CHAIRMAN JAMES MACKAY MEMBERS JAY CU MBAA JOHN DEAVER JOE HALL 'K iuNioR MEMBER - ...J-. fav .-E. I' WALTER BECKHAM 55 wi' ...pv- -Q AU" .4 First Row, Left to Right-Branan, Carter, W. C.g Codlngton ,... Second Row-Fuller, Hartsfield, Hicks. , . , Third Row-Hunter, John- ston, Little ..., Fourth Row-Royals, Stump, Wilson .... Fifth Row-Clegg. Pi Alpha is a local honorary fraternity that serves a two- fold purpose: first, the recognition of sincere endeavor in the field of chemistry by granting membership to those students of chemistry who by their outstanding work merit such recognitiong and second, the promotion of a stronger fraternal spirit between the future chemists at Emory through a mild social program combined with cooperation on projects designed to stimulate interest in things chemical. Outstanding in its yearly calendar is the open house sponsored by Pi Alpha, but embracing all departments of science at Emory. At this time, students from nearby high schools are entertained with a tour through the laboratories to inspect scientific apparatus in operation. 56 Josifxn ctsoc . Lynx-tn HUNTER . MACK FULLER . .5 HARRY stuiyirj . Pa ALFA OFFICERS MEMBERS J. W, ALLEN WILEY BRANAN HORACE BROWN MOUNTS CARTER RAY CARTER W, C. CARTER JOHN CODINGTON PAUL HARTSFIELD DILLARD HARVEY ARTHUR HICKS TOM JOHNSTON CECIL LITTLE LEROY MORRISON LRLE ROYALS CHARLES SMART RAY TAYLOR JOE WILSON FACULTY MEMBERS DR. LCM B. CROSS DRI W, I-I. JONES MISS KATHERINE OWEN DR. O. R. OUAYLE G . . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer JOSIAH CLEGG President CHARLES UHL President OFFICERS CHARLES UI-II. ..,,,...... FRANCES McCALLA lAgnes Scottl . . JEANNE MATTI-IEWS ..... DR. I-I. N, Pl-IILLIPS . MEMBERS CORNELILJS GATES ISAAC I-IAYER BILL I-ILITCI-IIIXISOIXI PETE I-IYDRICK OERE JENKINS TI-IOMAS OLIVER MARK WATKINS FACULTY MEMBERS DR. W. B. BAKER DR. J. G. LESTER DR. W. B. REDMOINID DR. R. C. RHODES Phi S' Phi Sigma was tounded at Ohio State University on March I7, I9I5. Originally designed as an honorary biological research society, it should now be considered as a work- ing guild ot biologists interested in research. Election to Phi Sigma should be an opportunity tor better work, rather than merely election to an honorary society. Each year Phi Sigma elects to active membership those students concentrating in biology who have shown a marked ability and interest in research work. At commencement, a scholarship medal tor excellence in biological research is awarded to a student, not neces' sarily a member ot the society. HYDRICK HUTCHINSON JENKINS . . President 'gfjtfb i . Vic.:-President ' - . . Secretary I QQ? mx" we . Treasurer - f ..,.... s ffl i f 2 'faiig i i P 7.7 ..gxv, N Q .V,, Efff-It'i2'Qi0LffHeiZeIf'gi?fQfI.1'IT'cI' .sfdinhiiflddoffiignalii.'af, Sfiiiigf Peterson .... Fourth Row-Rami, saver, Welch. Alpha Epsilon Chapter ot Pi Sigma Alpha, national honorary political science traternity, was established on May 25, I93B, as an outgrowth ot the Political Science Club. The traternity was tounded to stimulate productive scholarship and intelligent interest in the subject ot government. A reorganization was ettected in the requirements tor membership to allow participation ot students who do not have sutticiently high grades. The tollowing classes ot mem- bers will be recognized: regular members, those now active in the organization, and limited members, students who have had at least one course in political science, but whose scholastic averages do not allow them to participate tullv. Pi Sigma Alpha cooperates with the Institute ot Citizen- ship in its annual program. 53 pi Sigma rqlpfna. OFFICERS EDWARD GAZELLE ..... President A. O. DAVIS .,... . Vice President PARKER BEDINGEIELD . . . . Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS SPEIGI-ITS BALLARD DAVIS BORNET DEXTER CLAYTON OMAR ELDER BEN FREEMAN BILL GIGNILLIAT LOUIS GIVENS AUBREY I-IAWKINS RAY MILLER WILL PETERSON JOI-IN ROZIER JOT SAYER SAM TYSON JAMES WELCH EDWARD GAZELLE Pr d 't JOHN DEAVER Vice-President OFFICERS JAMES IRION ,,....... . . President JOI-IN DEAVER . . . . Vice-President ZACI-'I TATUM . . . Secretary-Treasurer DR. R. I-I. McLEAN . . . MEMBERS SPEIGI-ITS BALLARD LINWOOD BECK DAVIS BORNET R. C. DAVIS TOM EIDSON OMAR ELDER EDDIE GAZELLE A. C. I-IILDEBRAND JACK MATI-IEWS JOI-IN MOUNT ORIE MYERS JEROME PESKIN FORREST SI-IIVERS HENRY STANFORD CHARLES WILLIAMS JAMES WILSON fnlmncaiianaf feefaliawi Glad PRO PATRIA PEP ORBIS CONCOPDIAM Emory's chapter ot the International Relations Club has had the longest continuous existence ot any ot the non-social clubs on the Atlanta campus. It remains today one ot the most exclusive ot the extra-curricular activities. Under the direction ot Dr. Ross I-I. Mc! Lean, protessor ot history, the club meets on the tirst Wednesday ot each month tor intelligently-conducted discussions in the field ot international affairs. The purpose ot the International Relations Club is to instruct and enlighten public opinion. It is not to support exclusively one view as to how best to treat the conditions which now prevail throughout the world, but to tix the attention ot the students on those underly- ing principles ot human conduct, ot international law, and ot inter- national organization which must be agreed upon and put into ac- tion it a peacetul civilization is to continue. First Row, L ft t Rght-Ballard, Beck, Bornzt .... Second Row- Eld G II Th R M C My P li er, aze e, Mathews. . . . ird ow- oun, ers, es in. . . . Fourth Row-Williams, Wilson. . Faculty Adviser 'J-'T' 59 I Frrst Row, Left to Right-Brown, Edgerton, Florence, Franklin ..,. Second Row-Goldsmith, Hodges, Lee, Lester .... Third Row-Mcdlun, McGowan, Moffett, Paschal .... Fourth Row-Pearce, Pilkington Powell, Scheinberg. OFFICERS BILLY I-IELMS ..,. EINCI-IER POWELL , TOM FLORENCE . PEP BROWN IRVING CORET MEMBERS MILTON EDGERTON BEN FRANKLIN ABRAM GOLDSMITI-I BILLY I-IODGES ENON HOPKINS BOB LEE . . . President , . Vice-President . , Secretary-Treasurer BILL LESTER HAROLD MEDLIN RAY MCGOWAN DENNY MOFEETT DEAN PASCI-IAL l-IAYXXXOOD PEARCE JOE PILKINGTON PERITZ SCI-IEINBERG 60 Pi Mu Sigma, an honorary so- ciety ot pre-medical students, was tounded at Emory Uni- versity in January, l938. The purposes ot Pi Mu Sigma are two-told. lt organ- izes the pre-medical students and cooperates with the tac- ulty in solving any ditliculties that may arise. It also serves as a stimulant to high achieve- ment in the pre - medical course ot study. Lectures are presented which are designed to pro- mote deeper interest in fields more closely allied to actual medical work than are the un- dergraduate courses ot study. BILLY H ELMS President JAY CUMBAA President OFFICERS JAY CUMBAA .A,.... JAMES RUDDER . . . Vice- EILLY BATES . . . . HAROLD BECKER . . . MEMBERS TOM ADDISON L. C. BURCI-I KENION EDWARDS TOM FOSTER LEONARD GAY CHARLIE KENT NIC KNOPI-I RAY MILLER ERLE PHILLIPS TOM SIGMAN BILL SUMNER REID WILCOX President President Secretary Treasuiei fqfpfra Kappa Alpha Kappa Psi, national commercial traternity, was tounded at New Yorlc University in IQO4. It is the oldest commerce tratemity and one ot the largest ot the college and protessional groups. Since its tounding in IQO4, it has grown into an international organization with a membership ot over twelve thousand. The traternity was tounded with the idea ot perpetuating ideals ot higher ethics in business. Erom the beginning it has turthered the individual wellare ot its members, tostered scientitic research in the tields ol merchandising, banking, and tinance, and promoted courses leading to degrees in business administration in institutions ot collegiate rank. First Row, Left to Right-Addison, Bates, Burch, Edwards. . Second Row-Foster, Gay, Krioph, Miller ..,. Third Row-Phillips, Rudder, Sigman, Sumner. FIRST TENOR BARNES SALE FRANK MOORE PAUL GUPTILL WALTER CARTER GENE HOWE CARL MEADOWS FRANK ROUNTREE EMMETT ROBINSON JASON SHIRAH NIJMN you YIUIMER L Nxanagv '7fze EM OFFICERS JACK BOOZER ...... . . President GEORGE JORDAN . . Vice-President JOE I-IUTCI-IINSON . . Secretary LARRY CANTRELL .... . . Librarian JACK Boozen DR. MALCOLM I-I. DEWEY . . . Director MANAGERIAL STAFF LYMAN HUNTER ......... JIM ED PAIN . . Publaeny RALPI-I PORCH . . . Assistant JIM HARDIN . . . . ASSISIEIUI PERSONNEL OF THE GLEE CLUB SECOND TENOR POWERS MCLEOD CHARLES MIDDLEBROOKS LARRY CANTRELL HAL KELLEY MCCOY JOHNSON THOMAS FEW MOSS ROBERTSON GLENN POWER ROBERT BATTLE CECIL LITTLE ROBERT MAY FIRST BASS JOE HUTCHINSON ROBERT GUY TOM WHITING WILLIAM HINSON CHARLES ROZIER DONALD BICKERS SECOND BASS JACK BOOZER SAM WISE Manager Manager Manager Manager WILSON MORGAN PAUL STONEY THOMAS BARNES LOUIS GIVENS HARRY HUTCHINS GENE AUSTIN THAD MORRISON LINDSAY HOLLAND ROBERT JACKSON WILLIAM OGLETREE ACCOM PAN ISTS WALTER MCELHANEY WILLIAM ALLISON WILLIAM MCKINNEY THOMAS STRICKLAND gil fi i E i i ci!!! this X i XX'Lk lfjti iii 3 ij ldi' The Emory Glee Club this year, climaxing a highly successtul season with a more extended spring tour than has been customary in the past, presented concerts in cities ot Georgia, Florida, and Alabama. The spring tour came on the heels ot an equally successtul series ot appearances during the Winter Quarter in Washington, D. C7 Louisville, Ky.: Greenwood, S. Cp Roanole, Va.: and Richmond, Va. While in Washington, the singers presented a program over a networl, ot the National Broadcasting Company. Immediately tollowing the winter tour, the Club climaxed its Winter Quarter activities with the annual Atlanta Concert, usually held in the Spring. Another highlight ot the year was the Clubs annual Christ- mas Carol service, presented to two overtlow audiences in Glenn Memorial Auditorium. lil? .V ,, 4 .,..,,-wiggsvfdftzwuwvsgav.---s X , We. --. .- , l, .... A . , . .4 'M N . , ' Q, -.,,4..' '-'ga ,. t QMEBF1 I-439- Z3 ,f-al' ...dy- Q5 First Row, Left to Right-Bates, Beatty, Bickers, Block ,... Second Row-Bryan, Durrztt, Edwards, Emmci. , Third Row-GazeIIe, Gibson, Green, Hardee .... Fourth Row- Jenkins, Kytle, Lasseter, Moseley ..,. Fifth Row-Sewell, Speer, Stewart, Weems .... Sixkh Row-Wilder, Wilson. 7fze PLAYERS OFFICERS PAUL HARTSFIELD . . . . President COVINGTON I-IARDEE . .Vice-President BILLY BATES ,....... Secretary JOCK DURRETT . . Business Manager ROY EMMET . . . Publicity Manager DIRECTORS DR. GARLAND G. SMITI-I PROFESSOR SAM SI-IIVER MEMBERS EARL BEATTY DON BICKERS BATES BLOCK BOBBY BRYAN SAM BURBAGE KENION EDWARDS EDDIE GAZELLE LESLIE GIBSON ED GREEN GERE JENLINS CALVIN KYTLE I-IUGEI LASSETER DICK LYONS JACK MASON .IOI-IN MQCLELLAND WILLIS MOSELEY FRANCES MUSE DR. EVANGELINE PAPAGEORGE ,IOE PHILLIPS CI-IARLES PRILES GENE REDWINE BETTY ANN SEWELL VIRGINIA SPEER WALLACE STEWART JAMES WEEMS JAMES WILDER FRANK WILSON BUDDY BROCK PAUL HARTSFIELD President r .S ' e 4 r 5, 'Q Q 'r 39541171 L at .'lK'41"" 'r .1 3 The Players began an auspr- crous season with the pro- ducteon ot Mr. Pim Passes By, a lrght comedy by A. A Mrlne. The second play ot the year was Our Town by Ttornton Wilder, a Pu- litzer Prrze wrnnrng play ot IQ37-I938. Both plays were excellently directed and A To f presented. A Drannatrc XXf'ort.shop whrch as to pre- sent three plays each quar- ter was begun. This body wrll serye as a tralnrng ground tor talent tor the rnaror productions. Scenes from Orff' Tuzwr 'Ucm JOHNSTON JONES KATZ KEENAN LOFTIS MATTHEWS RHODES THOMPSON WELCH WILSON I OFFICERS WALTER BECKI-IAM . , .... ....... M anager JAMES W, TURNER , , . University Forum Coach JAMES I-I, WILSON , , . . . Freshman Coach DR. LEROY LOEMKER . ,,...,..., . Faculty Adviser VARSITY DEBATE SQUAD HAROLD JOHNSTON ISRAEL KATZ JACK MATFIENVS JAMES WELCH BAXTER JONES PAUL KEENAN JAMES Rl-IODES JAMES Ft. WILSON JOHN LOFTIS WILLIAM THOMPSON The Varsity Debate Squad is composed ot certain members ot the University Forum who, on the basis ot their merit, have been selected by the Coach ot the Forum and the Chairman ot the Debate Council as men eligible to compete in inter- collegiate debating. Any member ot the Forum is eligible to become a member ot the Varsity Squad. During the year three varsity trips were made and schools debated included Southwestern University, University ot Alabama, Furman University, North Carolina State College, Virginia lntermont, Dulte University, Maryville College, Mercer University, Florida State College tor Women, University ot Florida, University ot Miami, and Rollins College. In addition to the trips, a series ot campus debates were held. Schools debated here included Georgia School ot Technology, Sophie Newcomb Col- lege, and Washington and Jetterson College. Among subjects trequently debated were the Fi Kappa Debate Question, Resolved: That the United States should tollow a policy ot strict Ieconomic and militaryl isolation toward all nations outside the western hemisphere en- gaged in international or civil contlict. Resolved: That it is to the best interest ot the United States that Franlclin Roosevelt be elected tor a third term, and Resolved: That intercollegiate athletics are desirable. Upon the dissolution ot Few and Phi Gamma Literary Societies early in the year, the Emory Debate Council, composed of tive taculty members and the student debate manager, with the help ot Dr. Cox toolc steps to create an adequate torensic organization at Emory. Student leaders joined ettorts and the result was the tormation ot the Emory Debate Forum. It was telt that the outgoing system paid proper attention neither to in- struction in spealcing nor to well-planned programs. To rectity this situation the Debate Council appointed a salaried debate coach, responsible to the Council, to instruct and guide the Debate Forum and the Varsity Squad. The Forum, which has been granted three representatives on the Debate Council, has proved the value ot the new debate structure. Intense debate competition, the pursuit ot new and interesting torms ot public spealning, and the enthusiasm ot its participants seem to attest that the Forum shall be a WALTER BECKHAM permanent and successtul method ot operation. Manager 66 In ,-X 1 :B ,vgx -3 :X , Y , 1 ,. - - .Q ' ' - E , ZW Lg LQ' 'ZX f L 1 V. MEMBERS .aALL'L-' ELJHA L E' L'TL' 'L5T1'ff4LMEE LAPL EHJVJEYT BILL PA: L LLF' WAHWVI 1J-4PM-4 EAYEQ ELUJ MFGLV PM-5, '.'Mn'w3LLJL1f.I IAXLL' HHH -," WW' L'I,L H'fl'Lf'Vl T LAS? x ,MAF -fL"JE T 'A MFPVJ '," xl , '.'! M' 'QT,-HV' E VEFAL' lf' HCl HAZ f'L j'H'Xl'2V"l X,'. ALLAL E 'Q'EI'.A FA-9, "" Tlf ' ffiEa 'PE E-X-TE? yf2!,EE VEMLQ 'QYTLH-"SEB 1".'1" fill' 'AUL LEE'.Afl VL, Y-w",'i"f', . 1"' HH 'EAWL5' 1 'L-LH Lf'FTw'Q ffxhfv-1wL'TfffLEE5T L Lf' E '4', ',L'l',"-V5 L :Eh APL! ,-.ELM LL: LM' r EWU ,ALL :XWXTL-LLX.-,'y AMW, L ril ni .' T 'A L " LQL LLAHLE' E,. LF1,EW'LL", -LH A. '.'. LH V-H ': QE? fx -Q' ISRAEL KATZ Pvcsndcni Q- pa -I ,ART I PubIisIIed by the Student Activities Council member Georgia Collegiate Press Associa tion. EDITORIAL STAFF RAY MILLER .....,.,..... Editor BILL GIGNILLIAT . DEAN E. H. RECE . . Associate Editor . Faculty Adviser RAY MILLER Editor MANAGING EDITORS BILLY BATES DAVID CHEWNING M FRANK SMITH Member National Yearbook Association: FEATU RES EDITOR MARVIN SILVERSTEIN .63 ' ,-2.5: 1125-valix4f2i2fEi:.:?1SXX . I ,,s 'ff I H if :N sQ'k9'- -s.xMbk+.1vxK. -,1 ' -- . 'Ei ' .:1EQ-Q'f".- i73'f'i' A'Tg:j:5:,-5g.:lf':Sf1Iq:''3?f-,IigziNIst- - .:- fQ::,:'I:Q.':xs.3',,:. 5 T-?"5"'w3HM321-si? ef- If I f 5 1 .gs 5 - ' 59, fa-I ,gs ' 15, I' YN Pd ' .,., -,R p. gr CN-L Manac-I ' pl , s E 25 wi' BUDDY BROCK KENION EDWARDS MORRIS FELDMAN WADE ATKINSON MORRIS HALE BILLY BROOKS EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS TOM HERNDON CHARLES IRVIN TOM JACKSON PHILIP IQELLEY CALVIN KYTLE GEORGE MORTIMER LEONARD ARCHER FRESHMAN ASSISTANTS CLIFF HARBOUR MALCOLM LIGI-ITEOOT I-IAYWOOD PEARCE BILL TI-IIGPEN JIMMY WILSON PAUL NICHOLS BRUCE LQEEBRE BUD NELSON PAT ROCI-IE PAT WILLSON BUSINESS STAFF ELY CALLAWAY, JR., Busincss Manager ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS HENLEY STURCIESS, JR. SAM NORTON BUSINESS ASSISTANTS OLENVILLE GIDDINCIS BILLY PENTECOST LQROY WALTON JEROME ZIMMERMAN 63 fmncfaecf fam, CAMPU The advertiser is the traditional Ntorgotten man" ot the college annual. The object ot the I94O CAMPUS has been to remedy this unfortunate situation as it has existed in regards to yearboolrs in the past. We have tried to show that an annual can be a good medium ot advertising, tor tirms both local and national, and our desire is that the l94O CAMPUS will set an example tor other schools which, we hope, will carry turther this plan to really help those who malre possible, to a large degree, the publication ot the college annual. ln the past several decades, CAMPUS advertisers have subscribed to approximately titty thousand dollars' worth ot advertising space. Thus nearly one-third ot each year's total income ot Emory's year- book has been derived from this source ot support. With a realization ot such, our aim has been that this annual will convey our teeling ot appreciation to our advertisers-present and past: to them we dedicate our boolc. We hope we are giving "value received." 69 BOSE! BRYAN IEITI-I CONLEY MANUEL COO PAY COPPEEIG JOI-IN DEAVEP RO EM MET V ,,X gg, 43 Editor JOE HALL EDITORIAL STAFF 7 Tlwe weekly publication ot the student body, issued eyery Tliursday by tl'ie Student Activi- ties Council. Founded in I9I9 by Ernest Rog- ers. Member ot tl'ie American Collegiate Press, and ot the Georgia Collegiate Press Association. EDIT JOE I-IALL . . ERNIE I-IARWELL . CLAUDE NELSON . CHARLOTTE BEI-IM LORIN MYERS , . LAMAR PEACOCK G. L, MITCHELL WALTER PITTMAN JOT SAYER MARVIN SILVERSTEIN DEWARD SIMS E5 INSERT' JQEXHLSS N .IIM ED FAIN ODUM EANNINCJ EEF TPIXON I-ICLLIIXICSSXJVCFRTI-I E JOHN IEPNAN CALVIN IJYTLE ED MARTIN GEORGE STENI-IOUSE BUSINESS STAFF JAMES PI-IOEIES, Businrss ASSISTANTS ZACI-I COWAN EPLE PHILLIPS GEORGE WELLS 70 Managw ORIAL BOARD Editor . Associate Editor . . . Managing Editor . . Society Editor . . Sports Editor , . Circulation Manager BILL THOMPSON ARCI-IIE TOLBERT GEORGE VANCE JAMES WILSON JAMES WIINSLOW 71 WHEEL if if is THE WHEEL tor I938-39 had been named one ot the two best weelclies in the country by the Asso- ciated Collegiate Press. It was this prestige and standard ot quality which this year's statt sought to main- tain and develop. No radical changes in typography were attempted, but there was constant ettort to more completely streamline contents and make-up. There was an emphasis on pictures taken by Emory cameramen, in- stead ot the past reliance on Atlanta newspaper photographers. An increased S. A. C. grant enabled the statt to establish a WHEEL photographer and to spend more money tor local engravings. Two local cartoons graced WHEEL pages throughout the year. Another improvement came in reportorial style. The statt added sparlcle to routine news stories by injecting human interest, personalities, and drama. Total result was a livelier, more readable WHEEL. In December THE WHEEL celebrated its twentieth anniversary with a 24-page special edition, which reviewed the history ot the University since its tounding in Atlanta. lt also served as a tribute to Ernest Rogers, '20, tounder ot THE WHEEL and loyal alumnus. Intluence ot THE WHEELS editorial columns cannot be minimized. lts campaign tor better rela- tions between administration and students and its repeated plea tor internal expansion in line with mae terialization ot the University Center proiect brought appreciable ettects. F t R , L ft Q Rght B '1 , By C p , C pp dg , C , D ver, Emrnt S d R F , F 9, H II, H ll g rth, Kernen, Kytle M t .... Th cl R -M't h ll My Nelson, Peacock, Phillips, Pitman, Sayer, . Fourth Row-Silverstein, Thompson, Tolbert, Vance, Wells, Wilson, Winslow. ,,q,,,u- 99 V, is .Sgt 33,4 X 4.1511 -2 'ag ALEX BEALER BOBBY BPYAN JOE BOLT SPEIGHTS BALLARD YEITH CONLEY HAPPY FINESTONE STILLMAN GUPTILL ONES NNIKOTI IMMZI 5 nfs sw JOHN KERNAN JACV LUNDEN MARCELLUS STEADMAN Editor EDITORIAL STAFF CONTRIBUTORS JEAN HARRIS JOHNSON ERNIE HARWELL GLENN JOHNSON BAXTER JONES IPVING If'ALER BUSINESS STAFF wir Known as the "Soutti's Oldest CoIIege Liter- ary PubIication." Published quarterIy by the Student Activities Council. Member ot the Georgia CoIIegiate Press Association. EDITORIAL BOARD JOHN MARCELLUS STEADMAN .... Editor EDWARD J. GAZELLE .... W. COVINGTON HARDEE HAROLD JOHNSTON NEWTON JONES . . MARVIN SILVERSTEIN . HORACE DURRETT . DR. T. H. ENGLISH . BOB MITCHELL RALPH POPCH GEORGE KING CALVIN KYTLE BILL MORRIS HAYWOOD PEARCE JOE PHILLIPS NEWTON JONES, Business Managcr ASSISTANTS Associate Editor . . Managing Editor Asso. Managing Editor Asso. Managing Editor Asso. Managing Editor . Circulation Manager . . I:acuIty Adviser WALLACE STEWART ARCHIE TOLBERT JOHN WILSON HUGH RICKENBAKER J. V. RUPPERSBURG WYMAN SLOAN HERBERT STEWART WILSON HOLZ GLOVER JORDAN JOHN WILSON 72 HCDENIX .ir sf A balance struclc between purely literary, discussional, and Iight material is the ideal ot "The South's Oldest College Literary Magazine." A magazine in which all departments and phases ot the university and university lite tind expression and lend themselves to others, a magazine which serves to brealc de- partmental walls is one which can be achieved over a period ot time, and it is toward such a publica- tion, comprehensive in the sense that the university is comprehensive, that the PI-IOENIX is striving. With the cooperation ot Emory and Agnes Scott toward a University Center in Atlanta in mind, the editors ot the PI-IOENIX merged its Christmas issue with that ot Agnes Scotts AURORA. OPINION, previously put out by the Political Science Club, has been this year combined with the PI-IOENIX. First Row, Left to Right-Be I By D it G elle, Hardee, Harwell. . . , Second Row-Holz, Johnson, Johnston, Jordan, Kern , Kytle .... Third Row- Mitchell, Porch, Silverstein, Stcwart, Tolbert, Wilson. Q9 Besi- ,,, ,fa va -M gg! 2, . - Nfqm.-. .3 4' as iw , 73 First Row, Left to Right-Chewning, Coppedge, Fam, Hall .... Second Row-Harris, Kyile, Martin, Myers ..,. Third Row-Nelson, Sayer, Silverstein, Smith, The Press Club is an honorary journalistic society whose undergraduate membership is limited to outstanding journal- ism majors whose scholarship averages are superior. The club has brought to the campus a number ot out- standing journalists and authors, has begun a periodical library tor the journalism department, and is working toward the establishment ot a permanent departmental library. Membership is open only to those journalism majors who have superior scholastic averages, who intend to enter some phase ot the protession as a lite career, and who have ex- hibited marked aptitude tor the protession, either at Emory or in the professional tield. 74 OFFICERS ERNIE HARWELL . . , . . President JOE I-IALL . . . , . Vice-President ED MARTIN . . . . Secretary MEMBERS MARCUS BARTLETT DAVID CI-IEWNING RAY COPPEDGE JIM ED FAIN EP HARRIS CALVIN KYTLE LORIN MYERS CLAUD NELSON JOT SAYER MARVIN SILVERSTEIN LEON SMITI-I ERNIE HARWELL President PAT SOWELL . I , President JOSEPI-I I-IAINES ..,, Vice-President JOHN BLASINGAIVIE , Secretary LEWIS E CLJLVER , . , Treasurer PAT SOWELL President OFFICERS MEMBERS JOHN BOYLE T, O. BRYAN, JP. C. S BUPEESS, QP EPNEST QALDWELL JOHN FLJNYE ELBEPT HENEPPI-1 CAPL IING PICI-IAPL' LVONS A. L. MASON JAMES NELSON EPANF PHILIPS NAT PATTEPSON O. L. POWELL BOB POI-IPEP F. C. POLJNTPEE FPANI- LIN SMITH T, M. SULLIVAN GEOPGE TPLJCI-IELUT LEPOY WALTON HAPDEN WEBB FACULTY MEMBERS DR, P. T. BPICE DR, J. G. LESTER DR. J. B, PEEBLES 5 gnqineeu' 611445 The Engineers' Club is tounded on two basic principles and purposes: the promotion ot the department ot Engineering, both at Emory and in other colleges: and the instruction ot students in conditions and developments in the industrial tield. In line with this objective, the cIub's program ot ac- tivities regularly includes tield trips, spealcers, and motion pictures. The membership ot the Engineers' Club is open to any stu- dent who is interested in engineering, and includes all stu- dents who are tollowing that course at Emory. First Row, Left to Right-Blasingame, Boyle, Bryan, Burgess. . . , Second Row-Caldwell, Culver, Funke, Haines ..,. Third Row-King Mason, Nelson, Philips, . . , Fourth Row- Rohrer, Rountrae, Smith, Sullivan, . . Fifth Row-Truchelut, Webb. ,4-1 mea .2 , '2' 6. 46,31 First Row, Left to Right-Beckham, Bennett, Burch. . . . Second row- Boleyn, Cumbaa, Herndon .... Third Row-Pearce, Sigrnan, Speaks. , . . Fourth Row-St. Clair, Thompson, Whiting. . . , Fifth Row- Wilder. The Emory Christian Association, in its third year ot opera- tion under a new administrative organization, has coordi- nated its activity with unusual success. Changing trom the tormer plan ot tive administrative areas, the E. C. A. divided its work among ten committees, whose heads, together with the executive committee, trom the executive council. These groups have worked toward making the E. C. A. stronger, and toward making the Christian ideal more vital to students. 76 gmcvzq ' ASSIIUIATIU OFFICERS JAMES MACKAY . . . . . President my cuwisfv-x ..., Q . vatapitsiaent HAYWOOD PEARCE . . . . Secretary BEN ST. CLAIR . . .... . Treasurer GLENN MASSENGALE . Directorot Religious Lite COUNCIL L. C. BURCH .,.. Young Peopleis Department WALTER BECKI-IAM ..... Ereshman Work IVAN BENNETT .... Ereshman Representative CHARLES BOLEYN . Emory University Conference Toivt sioivifxn . . , Baptist student union Joan SPEAKS , . .... Pecusa outta Bitt Tnoiwil-son . . . . Pubitaty Toivi wnirino . , . . Deputations Tom HERNDON , . , utputatiait JAMES WILDER . . ARCI-IIE TOLBERT . . Parents' Day . .Worship JAMES MACKAY President Siucfenll .feclane fqddacialian The Student Lecture Association has presented a large selec tion ot programs, tultilling its purpose-enabling the stu dents ot Emory to round out their education by otlering them a chance to see and hear some ot the worlds best entertainers, lecturers, and musicians. The program included Cornelia Citis Slcinner, "The Empress Eugenie." The Roth String Quartet. CLARK CASE Hon. Hugh Gibson, "What's Happening in Europe." President . OFFICERS CLARK CASE , . . , . . BILL GIGNILLIAT , . JIMMY RHODES . . ERLE PHILLIPS . . MEMBERS CHARLES ALLEN SPEIGHTS BALLARD LINWOOD BECK CURTIS BENTON TOM FOSTER JOHN MOUNT JERRY PESKIN BOB REES Captain Sir I-Iubert Wilkins, "Qver and Under the Polar Ice Cap In Plane and Submarine." Julian Bryan, "Poland Today." . , President Vice-President . . Secretary . Treasurer F t R I It to Right Allen, Ballard, Beck .... Second Ro B E F t Gg illiak .... Third Row-Mount, Peskin, Phill os er, i ri . Fourth Row-Rees, Rhodes. av'- E 0:2 I7 "I if far V7 J' 17,1 '77 ,rl-, 7 'I yl , jjj fl! f , X 7 7 ,7,fy,f1f,1F ,y,7 my ,7,,- J I iffy ,Q yr' fy ' ,ff ,f 5 :I L NIL. W9MfMf2,eZZffL1Q-VZMQQ LQ! J Cf ul cf! Under the direction ot Dr. Malcolm I-I. Dewey the Orclwestra presents arrangements ot classical musrc tor tlne enjoyment ot tlwe students and tlwe people ot Atlanta. Eacln year tlwe Orclwestra lwas several concerts and cooperates witlw tl're Emory Glee Club in dual pres cntatlons. vloursls .I L l-ffl-llllltl'jl','li Ixirfr rt M utr v IEHALFELL -MI-IITL ELIZABETH lllflfgcil-l ERNEST L 39lEEll'l PAUL OUt'llLL CECL LITTLE ERNEST JONES 5l':l'lfKEO' t'OILLlTZLl7 J '3lO'pEI'OIll BA53'F'O.lf l,'EfTEp CLAVTCIN BILL E. LAllERlJfy'l EARL LEINBACV' OTTIO EV. BFNSIOOE VIOLA E.rF'.I1ENEENMQCORMACI- PERSONNEL DR, MALCOLM I-I. D CELLO :rector MARCELLUS STEALMAII MILLIFELI BOURN BASS BENSON FREEMAN TOM STPICI' LANLI HANES ROGERS JACOUELINE BOLTON FLUTE COUNT GIBSON THOMAS RAXTON LINDSAX I-IOLLAND OBOE JOI-IN BUMSTEAD MARION FUSSEL '?E1B DEWEY BASSOON NOR MAN LE! CLARINET PIO-IAPD ROI-IRE? JAMES NELSON FRANI- MURFI-IY TRUMPET POBERT ROHREF' ROY I-IILL NYXILLIAM SHEALEY TROMBONE JAMES MAOKAY HERBERT HARP ROBERT BAYS FRENCH HORN WILSON HOLZ JOI-IN CODINGTON PI-IIL CORDES TYMPANI WALTER METI-IVIN ORGAN RICHARD FELDER PIANO WALKER MQELI-IANEY BOB PENDLEY President OFFICERS BOB PENDLEY . . . . President IOM SI-IEALEY . . . .Vice-President PROP. STROZIER . . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS HILTON J. BROWN THOMAS P. COOP JOSEPH J. DELFINO WESLEY DE VALINGER, JP. RICHARD EELDER SAPA FORD W. COVINGTON HARDEE JOSEPH C, HUTCHINSON J. V. RUPPERSBUPG LEONOR D. M. STEWART 79 ' 5' Yale Phi Sigma Iota, national honorary Romance language tra- ternity, was tounded at AIIegheny CoIIege in l922. Mem- bers are elected tor outstanding work in the study ot Ro- mance Ianguages. The society tosters the study ot the Ro- mances Ioy lectures and the reading ot papers at their regular meetings, as well as sponsoring the presentation ot pIays in a Romance Ianguage. First Row, Left to Right-Brown, Cook, Delflno. . . . Second Row-Feldcr, Ford, Harden. . . . Thrrd Row-Hutchrnson, Ruppeisburg, Shealey. X. ,CK it F ---' 3' 'ix J 1' ,441 Q19 ,Marc s....' '. -95' R -I ATE. 56? -v"'.? We K -of .-A-v ALLRED BARTON BENNETT II IIG IZ 'I' I II BICKERS 1 BLACKMAN CLINE OFFICERS JAY CUIVIBAA . . . . . . President JIMMY ALLRED . . . Vice-President DONALD BICKERS .... . . Secretary COHEN CLIFFORD WINEFORDNER . . Treasurer COPPEGE DABNEY MEMBERS BOB BAYS CAREY MICKLE CARL BENNETT GUNNELS MIZE DODYS JOHN CLINE HAMILTON MOODY FANNING FLORENCE GERALD COHEN FRANK MULLINS RAYMOND COPPEDGE WALTER MURRAY JOHN DABNEY CARLISLE PHILLIPS ODOM FANNING I ROBERT RICE TOM FLORENCE MARVIN SILVERSTEIN GOLDSTEIN EDWARD GOTT PARRE RENSHAW GOV PAUL GUPTILL LEON SMITH GUPTILL ARTHUR HICRS JOHN SESSIONS CHARLES HINGST GEORGE STENHOUSE HENRY ICAZA BOB STUART ISRAEL KATZ MARVIN SULLIVAN HMS A. L. MASON HENRY TATE ,ENHN5 ASMOND MAXWELL DENO THEVAOS KART05 LESLIE YOUNGBLOOD KATZ MASON MURRAY NELSON PESKIN RICE 'TS' SMITH STUART SULLIVAN JAY CUMBAA Presideni: TATE THEVAOS WINEFORDN ER -Qs xg.. , if M hw i NT"'ss ENC is now tilling a long telt need tor an organization ot all non-traternity men. lts aim is: to create interest and maintain high standards ot accomplishment, and to develop individual abilities in activi- ties relating to the non-traternity men, and at the same time, to develop a spirit ot cooperation, brotherhood, and enthusiasm among the students, all worlcing together tor the vveltare ot Emory. This body's activities are concentrated in getting non-traternity men interested in, and providing a medium tor their acquaintance with, the phases ot campus lite and activity. The Emory Non-Eraternity Organization has members in almost every activity on the campus. Eor each activity there is a chairman whose duty it is to see that those men who are interested in activities are provided adequate oppor- tunitv to enter them. ENC, through its two athletic teams, has made it possible tor every non-traternity man to participate in Emory's numerous athletic events. The members ot ENO have maintained a scholastic average above the traternity average and above the all-men's average. This group has also made it possible tor its members to enjoy a certain amount ot social lite at Emory. ENC quarterly sponsors a used book exchange. Individual help by the scholarship committee is available to any student in the University. Members ot the organization publish periodically Tt-lE ENC NEWS, a mimeographed paper ot trom tour to six pages. ENG thus strives to malce it possible tor all non-traternity men to receive the greatest possible bene- tit due them trom their college lite. 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WlLLIS,RUSSELL L WILSON,IAMES L L WILSON,IOE L WITHERSROON, JOHN f 100 . Atlanta . , Atlanta . TlIOrnaSvIIlc , L Carvnlla . , MOntICcIlO . . Atlanta Gates MIII, Onlo Jatglsonvnllc, FlaL . . , MOEIIZIIC L . Atlanta . Columbus L LaGrange . L LaGIangc . L Tan1pa,Fla. la-:l'SOrIvIlIc, Fla. L L . Nawnan . Atlanta . Ncwnan , Columbus , La6rangs: . Bavlcy . Atlanta . . Atlanta . ArncrICus . Atlanta . . Atlanta L , Columbus . WIlmIngton, DEI. L Durham, N, C. L Bradenton, FlaL L L L Atlanta . L Atlanta L Tnornasvlllc . . Atlanta . Tarnpa,Fla . Tlwomasvlllc L Floncncc, S CL L . . Atlanta , Tampa, Fla . L . Albany . . Moultrn: Grccnvillc, AlaL JaCI-sonvnllc, FlaL . . . Elbcrton . . , Atlanta , LaGIa'Igc . Macon L Atlanta . . Atlanta , OuInCY, Fla. . Tarnpa, Fla. . . Atlanta . Atlanta . , Toccoa . Tampa, Fla. . Tampa, FlaL , , . Savannah . Pcnsacola, Fla. . Pensacola, Fla. . L Atlanta . . Atlawta . Fwsyth . . Atlanta L , Atlanta Daxtona BcaCn, Fla. . , Tl'Io'DaSvIll.3 . NY:wpOrt,TcnnL . . Atlanta . Tampa, Fla. . L Atlanta L Blatjlsmar . , Atlgntd . L Dublln . Tampa, Fla. , , Waynesboro . L ByrOrTIvIllC Lalcland, Fla, . . Moultrie . TAI-npa, Fla. L Tl'IOnTaSvlllC . L Baxlcy . Dccatur . . Columbus . L SnwItlIvIllc L OpclIlfo, AIaL . Thornasvlllc . Atlanta . Alpnavctta , , Atlanta . Pelham L . Carmlla . L , Atlarta Clcafwatcr, Fla. , L BaIncf.vIllc . . Tilton . LaGrange . Atlanta 101 FO UNDED AT WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY IN l865 EPSILON CHAPTER ORGANIZED 4 I n yy. S. Af I . -,J ' . . , I : -L" 1 .gf ' 3 .I - I rg, 'F ,T if .5 i i I I My 014: ,w.'f,zXs:,, as - f ' I , ' ' if wil: ".- 'at xi I I I I A I II D 'II ' f ij 1 ,. T . ,Q-54 , , I L I 432, 'I' 2 3 - w- . 'T'5.3's:. IV 'X""QQ A '!f7tT'I' NH 'S' su ' -R , ,. 3 4 5 , -4. x ..r"' ,: A MA AL HA EPSIL ON 102 ARERNATHY, ERNEST ADAIR, BOBBY . . . ADAMS, DICRSON . ANDERSON, PAUL , . ATKINSON, WADE . BALDWIN, RAY . BAKER, MERTON . BALLINGER, BILL . BARNES,TOMMY . BARTON, BOBBY . BELCHER, ROBERT . . BELL,MAc 1 . . . BELLVILLE,CHARLES . sIRD,AsHLEY . . . BRIDGES, RALPH . BROCK, BUDDY , . BROWN, PIERPONT . BUTTRAM, BILL , . CHEWNING, DAVID . CODINGTON, JOHN . COTTINOHAM, WALTER ' ' ' CUNNlNGHAM,JOHN DARLlNGTON,JULlAN DEEN, BUDDY . . , DCLAMAR, FRANK . DENNISON, DAVID . DENNY, L-:ROY . . EMMET, ROY . . ESKRIDGE, FRANK . ESTES, E. B ..,. FERRELL, LELAND . FORD, BOB . . GARRETT, DICK . I-IAMMETT, HILT . HARDIN, JIM . HARWELL, ERNEST . HELMS, BILLY , , . HERNDON, TOM , . HICKS, JIM .... HOLSENBACK, GEORGE HOWE, GENE , , . HUNTER, WILLIE . , I-IUTCHINS, HARRY . IRVIN, CHARLES . . JOHNSTON, HAROLD IcELLEY,REIILIP , . f ' KYTLE, CALVIN . . . LAGAROUIST, MARION LEE, CHARLES . . , LIGHTFOOT, MALCOLM MQKEY, I. D. . . . MCMILLAN, EC. . . MEDLIN, HAROLD , MILLER, RAYMOND . MORRISON, THAD . MOFFETT, DENNY . MYERS, LORIN , . NELSON, JAMES . OGLETREE, BILL . PANNKOKE, PAUL . PASCHAL, DEAN . PEACOCK, LAMAR . PEEPLES, BILLY . PHILIPS, FRANK , . PREWITTE, VIVIEN . . RANDOLPH, OUENTIN RICHARDSON, CULLEN ROBERTS, DEAN . . ROZIER, JOHN . . RUDULPH, BURWELL . SHERMAN, FRANK . SMITH, RALPH . . STANSELL, CALVIN . STUMP, ROBERT . . STUBBS,TRAWlCK . , SUMMERLIN, GLENN . SUMMERLIN, WINSTON VANCE,GEORGE'. . VARNER,CARROLL , WALTON,CLlFF. . . WEATHERS, ARTHUR . WELLS, GEORGE . . WISE, SAM . . . . . Vidalia . . . Atlanta . , Thomaston . Scoul, Korea . . Atlanta . Kennesaw . Orlando, Fla. . Atlanta . Columbus . . Atlanta . . . Macon . Mobile, Ala. . Attapulgus . Valdosta , . Atlanta . . Dothan, Ala. . . GaIncsvIllc Chattanooga, Tenn. . GreenvIlle, S. C. , . . Atlanta . Greenville, S. C. Mobile, Ala. Huntington, W. Va. . . . Dougias . Hawlmnsville . . Atlanta . . Atlanta . Cedartown . Atlanta . . . . Gay . . . .Albany . . Batavia, Ill. . Hope Hull,Ala. . . LaGrange . . Marietta . . Atlanta . . . Atlanta . . Carrollton . Entcrpnsc, Ala. . . . Wvnder . Tuskegee, Ala. . Tampa, Fla. . . Buford . . Washington . . Woodstock Washington, D. C. . . . Atlanta . . . Atlanta . Vidalia . Shorter, Ala. . Valdosta . , Macon , Miami, Fla. . . Baconton . . , Atlanta . Lake Wales, Fla. Coppcrl1IIl,Tenn. , . . Decatur . . Savannah .Ourtrnan . Dawson . Albany . Valdosta , Columbus . Valdosta . , Winder . . Montczurna . . . Decatur . . . Sparta Montgomery,Ala. . . . Dalton . . , Atlanta Grccnvillc, S. C. . . . Valdosta . . , Atlanta , Gainesville, Fla, , GaInI:sviIlc, Fla. . . Cedartown . Jackson, Miss. . Lataycttc, Ala. . . . Cairo . . Atlanta . Arncricus H6193 NDED AT UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA IN l856 . , 1 ng . 1. -2 S wifi' Q' -Q T4 I ,-I ' .I f I ' +' ' .J . .A U.. ,., 115'-" T' A 'Ql'G,?',:rQ l,.,'-.- QS.. . yzg, -i::Q:g:',,l'Qi1s+ ,T .:i..:.i-7433.5 Qgbikski G E O R G I A Q .iijfy F' . N5 V 59 ff.. X" " :fl . .. 'A f fi wi O R G A N I Z E D E p 5 I L 0 N A. ,, f,-1 aff 1. 37 'av f"L.:q- ' . 5.1-' Hfiu. -aaa.. 'M' . - ,. NI . :If-1 - was-4. 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HALL,JOE ..., HAMFF,Cl-lRlSTlAN . HANES,Lc'NARD , HARDIN,HENRY , HARTSEIELD, PAUL , HOGSEDJONES , . HOWELLJIM . JACKSON,BOB . . . JOHNSOILCHARLES , KAY,JAY .,.. LEE, HOWARD LINEBECICCARL , . LITTLE,CEClL . . . LOCRHART, OASTON , MATHEWSJACK , MAY,BOB ,... MCELHENYAVALKER . McPl-4ERSON,TOMMY , MITCHELL,G.L . . IVIOZLEYWILLIS RAYNE,HARvEY . PEDRICK,WlLSON . PILRINOTONIOE , PlTTMAN,WALTER . PIRKLEJACK , . ROWELL, BOB . . RAMBOTOM . . . ROBERTSONMOSS . . ROBERTSON,vERNARD RuoDER,IIMNIY. . . RUSSELL, DAVE , SANDERS,FLOYD , SHEPHERo,WILauR . SHIRRCARLTON . . SPRINGFlELD,THAXTON TAYLORJOHN . . , TOuCHTON,ED . uHL,CHARLES . YEATCH,J.W, . WALRERLEE . WHITE,BuD , . WlNSLOW,Jllvl . WOODJARVIS . WRIGHT, HAROLD . YOUNGBLOOD, SAM . YEARGAN, LAWRENCE 104 . , Marietta . Dunwoody . . Atlanta . Summerville , COlumbuS . Atlanta . . . Atlanta Nllarnr Bcaclw, Fla. . . . . Macon . , . Atlanta . . . Miami, Fla. Miami Bcacl1,Fla, , , . Alvaton , Decatur .Columbus , Atlanta . 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GI6NlLLlAT,BlLL . . GOLDTHWAITE, RANDALL GREEN,Cl-TARLES . . . l-lARDEMAN,FRANK . HAl?DEMAN,RHODES . HERNDON, BERT HOLLOWAY, IC. . HORRINS, ENON . I-IOWELLHUQH . IOHNSON,T L. I . JORDAN,Cl-lARLES I KlLIAN,BOBBY , . KING, COLEMAN . McANDREW,BEN . . McCARVER,CLYDE , MQCLELLANDJOHN , McCLELLAND,SPENCE , MCLAURY,SONNY , MCKlNNEy,BlLl. . McMll LAN, NED . MVTCHELL, BOB . MORGAN, JAMES . MORRIS, BOB . , NUNNALLY, HARRY PHILLIPS, ERLE . POPE, ROY . . PAlNWATER, BILLY . , SIMMONS, FREEMAN . SKlLES, VERNON . SLADE, JOHN . . SLADE, TOM , . SMITH, FRANKLIN . SUTTON, RALEIGH . THOMAS, IACR P. . THOMPSON, CLIFF . TlNSLEY, MELIIIN . TRIMRI, HOWARD . WHALEY, JAMES . WHITE, CECIL . . WOOD, ARTHUR . WORLAND, BOB . . WORTHY, MARTIN . VEAL, HLIBERT . 106 . . Atlanta , Lccsvillc, S. C. . . . Atlanta , Meridian, MISS. . . . Elbcvton , Gamcsville . Atlanta . Donalsonvillc . . Decatur . . Canton . Covington . Atlanta . Moultna . Atlanta . . . Atlanta . . . . Roma . Bivminglwarn, Ala. . , Dothan, Ala. . Waynesboro . Lculsvillc . Louisville . Orlando, Fla. . LCxIngton,N.C. . , Wayncsbovo . . Atlanta . Decatur . Monticello . Atlanta - . . .Covlngton . Union Springs,Ala. . , . ,Videttc . Atlanta . , Atlanta . . ,Waycross . Owcnsbo1o,Ky. . MI:rIdIan, MIss. . , Atlanta . West PoInt , . . Decatur . . . Monvoc . Coral Gables, Fla. . . , Decatur . Covington . Dccatur . , Atlanta . Columbus . Columbus . . Gnftin . Washmgton West Palm Beach, Fla. . . . , Atlanta . Atlanta . Atlanta . . Adel , Waycross . MIarnI, Fla. . Miami, Fla, , Columbus , Atlanta 5' me f fq J is ' f Ns! Z HQQQ, 1 K ,s x i-P is X' A . . K li! XA :- Q ' .-75: .Vi X53 x x 5231554 an w,- ALPHA TAU OMEGA '3.,., tv 4- .gf :af .f -av -0 if ,....- .4 -05 .Q .1 .Z ,R fr 3? -J .1 Q. if -qw . L+ if ,Q 4 05' .gan -013 f ATWELL, GEORGE , BARBER, ROBERT . BOWERS, ROBERT . , BRAMBLETT, WALTER . BRANNEN, ED . . BROOKS, BlLL . CHAPMAN, HOLCOMBE , . COOPER, GEORGE , . DALEY, ROBERT . . DANlEL, ERNEST . DAvls, BAXTER . DEAVER, JOHN . DOUGLAS, RUSSELL . DUKEWHATLEY , . ESTES, LAMAR . FAlN,JlM ED , . FLOYDXXXILLIAM . GAYFRANK . . GAY, LEONARD . , GOODWN, LYMAN GRABlEL, AMADO . HlLL, ROY , . . HODGES, BILLY , , HOLLAND, LINDSAY . HOLLINGSWORTH, DlXON HDLE, BOB ,..,. JOHNSON, ROY . . . lORDAN,c M KEENAN,PAUL , REHELBILL , . KlNG,CARL . RNORH,NlC. . LASSETERHDGH . LEWISJAMES . . LITTLEHELD, ROBERT . LO2lER,NEwMAN . MQALLISTERARCHIE . MrNATT, BILL . . . MERRITT,JlM . . NORTON,SAM . . . ROBERTSON,CRAlG . RUSH, ROBERT . . sr CLAlR, BEN . rATuM,ZACH , THOMRsON,BlLL . TWITCHELL, DALE , WARNOCR, BOB , WATERS, J. M. . WATSONHENRY . WATSOVXLSTUART . 108 Pensacola, Fla. , . Moultrl-2 , Pembroke . Forsyth . Nllllcn . Atlanta , Greensboro Burmingham, Ala. . Plttsburgh, Pa. . , , Mlllan . Locust Grove . Tampa, Fla, Wcnsdale, Fla. . . . Halma . Nlllion, Fla, . . . Albany . Lccsburg, Fla. . Georgetown . Georgetown , Thornasvxllc Havana, Cuba . Dothan, Ala. , . Atlanta . Bartow, Fla, . Sylvanla . . Albany . Thomaston . Glenwood . Albany . Gav . , Monroe Knowvlllc, Tenn, . . Fitzgerald . Carnllla , Bon Hull . Atlanta Tallahassct, Fla. , . . Lyons , Gaincsvlllc , Atlanta . . Atlanta , Dothan, Ala. Knoxvillc, Tcnn. . Roanolnc, Ala. . Wrlghtsvxlls Vero Beacl1,Fla, . Anniston, Ala. . . . Millcn . Tampa, Fla. Annrston, Ala. . ,Ti, FOUNDED AT RICHMO ALPHA THETA CHAPTER HQDSED '7 ' ft: A ' ar' ' .N ?"L .. . . ,I ,A ix , 1- ,-f" 'INYTQII ' mx,--'KL ND VIRGINIA, IN labs III .,,I3,1,II Ipyraf I 4,1 I S, D A I f- i O R G A N I Z E D I I N I a a I as I f . 1 ig . F3 Ea IX ' . Elm. N.. I. .I--.. .-...x..,.-......f.......M..v.-1.--: : ..... .. ..... ., , .IM .,-,:., . Ag. ...wh SIGMA NU 4a .4- -or .ZS -si ,air .RQ -so -v -3' ,,w .13 -5 . ,,,,, fv- aff 5 gf: .r I5 7 I ,..- .t- v - 2246: ...Q -it l 3' f .SX --v .-4 -'PP' se ,-sf .,- -45 aw - ACOSTA, DOUGLAS . BAEINGTON,TOM . BARRON,Cl-lARLES . BARRONJIM , . . BECK, LINWOOD . BENTON,CURTIS . CASECLARK . . CORDES, HARRY . DEANMAL . . EVANS, ROBERT . FELDER, RlCHARD . FLAUM, MANNING . FOSTER, ROBERT . . FREDERlCK, LAURENCE FULLER, CHARLES . . RuLLLR,wuLt1AM . GALLOOLY, HM . GLASS, HOWELL . . HARDEN, HAL . . HUNNUIUTT, HUBERT . INQRAM, wntmm . Lee, ROBERT M . LUNCEFORD, ERNEST . MAYES,JOl-lN . . . MIMS,WILLIAM . MOUNT, JOHN . MYERS,ORlE . . , NEWSOM, CARTER . PARKS,Cl-lARLES . PATTll.LO, PAT . PORTEKGEORGE . POSTJOHN . . POWELL, HNCHER , REES, ROBERT , . . RlCHARDSON,WARRE l RODGERS,DlCK . , ROGERS, HANES . w1oALL,JOE . 1RlMBLE,LAYTON , IUOQLE, CHARLES . WAGNONGEORGE . wElNMElSTER,CARL , WOODJRANK , . ll0 Atlanta Atlanta , Newnan . Atlanta . Atlanta . Atlanta , Atlanta . Dccatur . Atlanta . Atlanta West Palm Beach, Fla. , .... Atlanta . Atlanta . Decatur . Greenville . Newnan . Atlanta . Atlanta . Atlanta . Atlanta , . Dccalur , Mraml, Fla. . . Atlanta Newberry, S, C. Pnenw Clty, Ala. . Atlanta . Decatur . LaGrange , Atlanta . Decatur , Atlanta . Westwood, N. J. . . . Atlanta . , Atlanta , , Atlanta , Tampa, Fla. . . Atlanta . , Atlanta . . Adanrsvullc . Stone Mountain . ,Atlanta . Atlanta . Atlanta UNDED AT VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE CHAPTER IN I869 ORGANIZED IN I884 my 'Kham WW ww, .1 M232 T I 433 I if ,- . I Q. QXX KAPPA Pl-lA ll2 ARCHER, LEONARD BALLOU, JAMES . BENTON, CHARLES BURCH, L, C. . . CANTRELL, LARRY . CARTER, S. B. . . CARRUTH, CHARLES CLARK,BILL , . . CLAYTON,DEXTER . COOPER, LCROY , DAVIS, HARRY . DEvAL1LT,DAv1D , GALLANT, GRADY GLASGOW, MARION HARRIS, C-HARLES . HARRlS, JACK . , HERRON, ROBERT , HUGHES, CLYDE . rvlE, LAWRENCE . JEMTSON, ROBERT . JOlNER,JAMES . . JOHNSON, HARRY . JONES, CARL . . MANGET, FAIRFIELD MQCRUM, BARTON . MCDONALD, ROBERT MORGAN, JOHN . OATES, KENNETH PETWAY, ALLEN , ROBINSON, EMMETT ROGERSGEORGE . SLADE,TRIPPE , sTARNE5,JAMEs . sTuaErs,wrLLrAM . THlGPEN,WlLLIAM TWEED, R. C, . . WALDEN, MARVlN , WlLLlAMS, CHARLES WORTH, JACK . . JaelsOnv1llc,Fla. Tallahassee, Fla. . . . Atlanta . McRae , Atlanta , . . Toecua . Haleyvrllc, Ala. . , . Atlanta . ClTllliCOtl'TC, O, . Sanford, Fla. . . Tupelo, Mrss. Amsterdam, N. Y. . Sanford, Fla. . Sumatra, Fla, . Chatsworth . ROTTTC . . . . Dalton So. Plttsburg,,Tenn. . Greenville, S. C, . Shreveport, La. . Rcynolds . Rornc . Dccatur . Decatur . Decatur . . Baxley . . Saniord,Fla. Avondale Estates . . . Atlanta Jaclfsonvrlle, Fla. . Gulfport, Mrss. . Avondale Estates . . . Dccatur , Tampa, Fla. . Sanlord, Fla. . Pr:nsaEola,Fla. . Headland,AIa. . Newborn . Atlanta EN ' UNDED IV NIA IN I868 MQ 'XI Q by X , X If 'I N xx v I iq I I I 'QE .KI 3, tl ai 'I '-. 'S IN I 9 I 9 'if- TX I 7 1 3 i my if ,fgqw ., -J -1313-3 . , A -3.-gf1-e,.v,- L ,j Sid? N ,, Sw , Q , .,x. I SI I ' ,W Q ,x HQ Egg, we I.. . 3, ' .ixvli-. ,mga-L ,I -V .r if 4-Qs - 5, I . S851 '50 . xb 'I x .' fx . N I frzxxm I .yi , II f rl , IX-I f dj I I ffexfllfiw I I I LI!! 'fb-'I' I. L' FA 'I' I 'w'g07' xl' X., I X R . I I I, Q., Q 2 fiiiaiifsy 4 an . .4 1 mx 'wi QA :gf N Q X, , I Q I ex I gi X WM simfff im X xxqx .Q .- HQ.-by X 1 ,fI'3Tf:gffJY5l Q , Yfwif'- I Q i ,I.,. 1 N,I, I Q Y ,Q par' SIG MA on rw ...mao- .0 'BX ,gf is , JE A nv! col P-1' ' ,-,, ,-. ,-af?-'A ,-4" ads' ,,,.-v ...JSF 'J 2 621 531 -viruse- ,as-uv., V3 114 BASTONE, LOUIS . BLADINGAMEJOHN BOOTH, JOHN . . BULHOLD, ERNEST . CHRISTOPHER, JOHN COOK, TOM . . , LEAVES, GORDON . DURDEN, D. W. . l-lALL,W. K, . . , HASTINGS, STANLEY JOHNSON, BEN . . KERNAN, JOHN . MQGOWAN, CLEM , MlDDLEBROOKS, C, L, OLEWILER, DlCK . POWELL, J. E. , KILHARDSON, ELDON Sl-lEALEY,BILL . . SHEALEYJQM . SlMMONS,BlLL . SLOAN,WYMAN , , 5MlTH,CHARLES. . rlNKLER,sAM . wEBB,HARDEN . New Yovl, N. Y. . . . JCrSCy . . East Polnt Bridgeport, Conn. . Atlanta . . . Atlanta . Cullrv1an,Ala, , . Atlanta McComb, Ohlo . . Atlanta . Atlanta . Atlanta . Atlanta . . Athens . Marion,Ol11o . Vulla Rica . Atlanta . Dothan, Ala. . Dothan, Ala. . . Atlanta . . Atlanta . , Atlanta . Atlanta . Moultrie: FOUNDED AT VINCENNES UNIVER PSI CHAPTER II5 i- V mg f xl-N QQ -gf Q.. .- 'S ' xy .L Q? ' , 5. 2 5' N . .wh ,.,x,.x-:ww -.wg-larmxf... ,, . SITY IN I897 ORGANIZED IN I924 R tiiiilii L :Q X S 'V XX , 4 ' N 4' 1 2 K K 5 X 1 f . ii fi 154, 3? 1 CX , ' Q 5 Y N s Q i 'X . 'g 'X ix ,N xxjq J ,MW FP :gum 'Nm is Ss : x , .mw- ,Pb 'W 4. -,.-N-+2 wfx x --. Y Ri . , x.'.. L:-zu DELHA T AU TA ..-,. fi", ' fv,.:?-,W ,,fV...,...,f , '- li, :' 5 X .N as- 1 , ' m 3 93-Q .nn W- ilu '33 pal- af si?"-Il-A.. ' r' nv s af 3 al am., if .L- -qv .-4-ur -eh- fv- --.gq -535 -41 -TK ...,w - -' - ,.:-.Lf .Q .3L.?x,7kT 4:1 La f-1 '1 my ' xuagj: BARRGWJOEG. . . BEDINFIELD, WARREN BROWN, ROBERT . CANNONJAMES . CHANDLER, CARL . CLINE, EDGAR . GAZELLE, EDWARD , GIBSON, SAM T, . GOWER, JUSTUS . JOHNSONJ A , lOl-lNSON,ED.G. . JORDANGLOVER . REED, CHARLES . RICKENBAKER, HUGH ROYALS, EARL , . STEWART, HERBERT . STEWART, WALLACE WEST, EDWARD . WlLLIAMS,THURMAN . Ailanta . Cadwcll . Tampa, Fla. Dlllsboro, N. C, . Atlania . Oxlord , Atlanta . Atlanta . Atlanla . Manchcslcv . Manchcstcr . Monticello , Dahloncga . Atlanta . . . Cairo G-adsdcn, Ala. . Ccdarlown . Atlanta . Decatur HH? ---J YK X N L7- f, , Mi.,-fw R 575 ' FOUNDED AT BETHANY COLLEGE IN ness' BETA EPSILON CHAPTER . A I Q f ,,. T -W' 1f.i4,: q ii .1 - IQ Q -V 1 v 5'Q , - N. .-:, ' ,Q I4 - '. :v. r ' A, - ,g 1 - . .- ..,,.s..1' .W ,, 1 ' --wh 'Q O R G A N I Z E D 1 -U X .iw N?-w - f rg QQ. , 3' '- 'V H+' " ' ' fl, - . ' , ' ' . J , ---., -'51 3 -f 4 ' IN I fs 8 2 u Av .. . ... ,.Q.,, 1 T I A Y ,ETS ily. K nfl! film l 4 i 'S .,. rg Q: x 4' 1" - .-11-i ' . -' , ' ' , A V+... 1 ., .. W , " 5 4. . , A ' ,Lrg 1.3 V , r - - H- f 'E' '- A U ,ini -faux 'X 4 ! ,V , A V V r, 9 .f -' ,gif ,iq ,TQ ,vi ' 1 ff ' l ' K f, ! .Q .2.,,g. X . - ,Q .Y - xl K wx ,gg X 5 AL PHA EPSILCN P I ..--nv .1 ff 1'-'Y ,.. ff- if 'M ...J- fx -.,..av' -.J ,Af JW!! 4? t. af -nl -..z 'J' , 4 -'wx fs -'R' gsm C52 as ,fs 413 x 1 .4 1, 3,6- !"' 197 -1 ...ov- BEPMAN,El.LIOTT . BUCKWALD,Al.BERT Flfl-lMAN,BERNARD FREEDMANJACK , FREEDMAN, MMON GALANTI, lSAAC A GOLD, PERRY . OOTTUEB, FRED . HA.RRlS, CHARLES . l-lC'FFMiAN, ARNOLD KAREL, JOSEPH . A Knlsesn, MAX . KRUGMAN, Pl-llLLlP LERNER, ERNEST . LEVITTJACOB , . MANHElM,MORRlS MENDEL,ARTl-HJR . MENDELPERPY . MOLDOXX!,SlDNEY . rfOt5TElN,L5ON . REl5MAN, EDWARD . SCHACTER, DAN . slseeptouls , srtven, MM , vfARZER,LEO . WEINER, lnvlne . NVJEINKLE, STANLEY . WOLKlN,MARVlN , znMMERMAN,JEwOME . . . Atlanta . Stone Mountain , . Atlanta , Atlanta . Atlanta , Atlanta . . . .Atlanta . Mlarrwllicacnllflfx, . Ocllla , . . A Atlanta Wcst New Yorlf, N. J. , . . , Atlanta . , Atlanta . Fltzgcrald . Atlanta , Atlanta . Monvoc . Atlanta . Atlanta . Albany . . . Atlanta . New Yoyl, N, Y. . Atlanta . Douglas . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . .Camzlla . MlamiBeact1, Fla. . . . Atlanta . Atlanta 1 E W Y OmRY U N f v 5412475 I T Y IAN! di 9 I 3 ' xx h i' .xii-fi EVTEQ, Y W 53Ug55if5?' ' HTA -,w,!a,J 54493 559 ' J . if BRYAN, TILLMAN . CARTER, WALTER . CHAPMAN, FOSTER . CULVER, LEWIS . DORTON,ALBERT . GARRETT, LUKE , GLADDEN, JOE . HAINES, JOE . HARRIS, El9PERSON HENDERSON, HOYT . HILL, ROY LEE , . LlPFORD, TOM . LlPFoRD,wRle-HT . McCOY,JOHN , Mlnofe, DEAN , PENDLEY,BOB . PIRKLE, OUENTIN . ROHRER, BOE . . ROHRER, RlCHARD . SlGMAN, THOMAS . SIKES,HOMER . SIMS, CARL. . SOWELLPAT . SPHGHT, EUGENE , TRUCHELUT, EURNETT TURNER,EDWlN . . 120 . Covington . . Valdosta . Andalusia, Ala. . . Culverton . Luella . . AUSLZII Talladega, Ala, . Havana,Cuba Jacksonville, Fla. . . ,Calhoun . Monroe . Franklin . Franklin . Sylvester . . Glcnnville . McDonough . Hoschton . Atlanta . Atlanta . Conyers . Glandln, Fla. . Madison, Fla, . Brcwton, Ala. . Thomasville . .Savannah . Pelhar'n,N.C. 2 UNDED AT EMORY NON- FRATERNITY CLUB UNIVERSITY IN I92O , IV 1 my -1 gi' 'L ' '1-fin' . MW s 59:1 M xxiifkl VR .if aj 'fax y 1 .5 .W .givin . gr .5 1 S ,N -4. 2. . X2 1- ,,.,, 2 ,A V' I, wgi, ,X A , X i ,. . A Y N . , - . MT -A 13 "' ,S E ,7 - --lr YK . , V A , . I4 E , ,'7 .1 E Hive-A 4 i V AV V. , 1 if - f 'QT' 'I 1' X ' "- , 'Liu 'T I .5 . , . - wg . ' .avg ff, If 1 Ni :Q 'E' I If ,Ab , X ya fz' Q' fi -2 1 . --I 1. - if:-2 Q. fre: , , 5 - .X ' "J RT 2 ' , 3 , f,,s1i.fp14f5:g 2' "il II - 1 - f -'- - 4 N125 wigs.--.fgg b . -a1:.::- ' 1 - MN- f - " " - -RFK' 1 "2 ' :'f I -i JE".-F' ' L ' ' ' ' . .,. . ...s. 5.9. . . .M .x- I""',--nw? , ga 'L+' ,X ,kfi L, . M , , - ,v.,..sa- -v ,. A. I xl 1 V r,- , Q H .y ' X. 1 9 ? 7 ' ,- Z ORGANIZED t IN I92O pix 1 'S . F, R1 QS' 1 r f' Iyllf W If! 'I ft P I 1 I I ' ' ,ssiiwqf ,. s H. ,- fx ,gs :f,:x'L' I va x x - 'ff , . 1. . -1 Q. 51.1, qw , X U .,3:'If-:'Q-fzif-.-ifffvfki' 1' df, , W, , . M- .QQNQAX-1,y.v2.Q. R x x -13Qg.,.-- -'1 'w -AAA M A -, Qixtikfrf, , .X .'5+:.w,1.-31.9-1' Qi-' NQ-1 X. w.AqN:j:r:s... , ,g., Q.. ,AA, r ,...,,, ., X , . ,, .,,L x m--fzifvlez-"N 92 - .4 N, j-E - El:',:AQf::'d2?Q- NPN:-5' X ww ,L X ,NNXNNXW N y? 3 Q., 2 swf. ff-1 -gs-2-x1 -Nm-FS f'-M GQ ,, . ry. A- N-Lfr.-:hi-:f5,a:q, ucmvxq.-N, -.,,, - -1. ,-g .Txff,.x:'4.w-xfrgv.:--.mx b :,- -IL, -:-::3',:'y.-:px :N.,1y.z1Q: we wg 'x up , :qw'-b":vvx.x,--":-'.X,- f -sg.fq.gNX , wpxk - X::::-gm ., ,gsa,p:,S1-gg -5 - fx 'ak ,NV 'x-QmW,,Q.-.- -QNX Xyziii Q5-:T'ff1'1:'f ' F XX , K 8.-.w5,..:.. Q Xxx Q X X X XLN- X X X x X X -N. N. 5.. wi- g QS? :Ftfwfx .NN . - ' N asv. x . L11 .- x X x ' "1 x N X . , , .. . k x I 1 ' '32 63' X-,yt im: X 5' 3.5, 5 XJ Sui " 'xx , N "f iszfxg , V QQ' .,2 X x x N 31 -.if 'slii'-Q " Alibi' wff N ex 5 WS Vfgxxi - .. V. M, fx D25 '1 A kligxwrj, UNDED AT DARTMOUTH COLLEGE IN :aaa ir-r 1 f' A X ,gfi'it2r'3'f-E , 541151, Emi E V E E? r . A-- - E, -f A L P H A M. Tl' ' 'gvfzvfsx -:N'v1 ii TAU is n, 'S5Qx -.px ORGANIZED c,,gff'1" ,.-,...-: .. l v W I f CHAPTER +1 - fl-E' 'N '9'4 ,E 15 E1 4 E .gags I wg ,... 1 PHI CHI X Aw X in " Qx x F S 3528? . -K' ---y-11 .35 si M.,-nv Q ,M JS' rn I ...M I Q a . 'fi agar! .V-as w ,,-.Q- 'C' 'BP' 4 EXE. V T ,au as 'ts ... ' .4 -T' I . ... 'wiv' ' I -, -A by s . M. was NEA 1'-'NV "IJ" 4, f- , -QF' 2' Q' A ,gg ...ff -'W' 9111 f v.,-' 35' 441 ' JK vin' BELLVILLECHARLESG. BIRD,C.A ,.... BRADLEY, PAUL . CARTERQSANDYB . CASE,CLARK . CI-IAPMAN,J.FOSTER . CHEEK,F'RATT , , . CLARKE, WILLIAM L., JR. . CORDES, JOHN H., JR. COWART, CHARLES T. CRAIG, XYXILLIAM R , JR. Fuuenw. B. . . . GLADDENJOE R . . HAMMETT, I-:TLT H., JR HUNTER, W. L. . JOHNSON, JAMES . KING, HARRY C. . LEWISJOHAJ R, . MQKEYJOI-IN D. . MQMILLAN, EUGENE C. MAYES, J. 5 . . PENDERGRASTQW. J. PHILLIPS, WILLIAM C. POPE, ROY ..,. ROBERTSON, JAMES C.. SIMMONS, M F . STAMPS, E. R . . . STUMP, ROBERT L., JR. STURDEVANKC E, . TURNER, J, DORMAN . WAGER, HAROLD . WATKIIXIS,.I.W, . . WI-IITAKER,WILLIAM G WI-IITE,CEClLG.,JR. WILLIAMS, H.V. . l26 . Atfapulgus . VaIdosIa . Dalton . Toccoa . Ailant Andalusia, Ala . GaTwcsvTIIc . Atianta . . Decatur Donakon Alle Vfalhalla, S C. Newman Talladega, AIa. . . LaGT-angc , Tampa, Fla. . Manchcsfa , TcnnnIIc . LouTsv1IIc . VaIdosta . Macon Ncwbcvry, S. C. . . Atlanta , Richland . Decatur , Carrollion . Dc-:atm . NOTIOILVH. . Vaidosta , Ailama WInnsbOrc1,S. C. . , AtIanta Ouitrnan, Miss. . . VaIdosta Tucapau,S.C. . . Macon FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT I III2? "Yi-1 "' . I-' , N M,.:, IT " 'UU' H , M - ' -V, if V. .v.- ,.,-.' Y., .. ,L ' 'L , ,,,3f' 4 If M4-X -ini f 4 I ' -T. A -I " ' .. . I 'iff 3155: x I N, " 'F' 'I . ' "HI . , - ' "P " 'NST' , I, f SIG M A ri- x g, f C - Izf' 'X' N QE, -I I. ,.aSQjf-IJ I I, 3' C H A P T E R 'Sf-2+ 1 IN,, A .Q Q... 2 FL- nf , " 'I f ' - . Yf51R"""A , ' I ., -, 5 .. -. .. vggg .. ' T " . N21-I --5 ' TTA Y ' -. , . :imc .,gQ.-I, ,awfgxgd W 3 1 If-:I I .I .- , 'N-.--y-. .. ' +, iw, suv .1 , 1-qw , 4" . -"1 'Y N - ... fi ' 6 ,X A, dh NI N I 8 I I IESEQ 89 III ORGANIZED IN I905 9 I 1 CQ' ! eil uw QF SQ ' Q ,BST HSE asf '57 M fn x L ETA BURTONJOE M. . . COLLINGS, GILBREATH CONGER, DEWITT . . DAVIS,JAMES EDMUND DCFREESLSAMJ. ESTEP,lOHN H. . GARRETLLUKE6. , GAY,FRANKM. . GIBSON, FRANCIS . GRABIEL, AMADO . I-IUTCHINS, PAUL F, . JOHNSON, ROYJ. . MCCOY, JOHN F. . NORTH, WILLIAM E. . OWSLEY, LAWRENCE . PIRKLE, OUENTIN, R. STEWART, ROY . TURNER, EDWIN . TYLER, HERBERT . . WAGNON, GEORGE N WALDREPJACK , . YOUNGBLOOD, SAM 128 Homcstead, Fla. . CIcmson,S.C. . . Tilton , TupeIo,MisS. . . , Atlanta Whltchcad, N. C. . . . Austell . Georgetown . Gvbson, N. C. . Havana, Cuba Burmngham, Ala. . . . Thomson . . Sylvester . Prwchard, Ala. . Eclectic, Ala, . Hoschton . Atlanta . Pelham, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. . . Atlanta . Reddnck,Fla. . Savannah I I H2213 , -X , UNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA IN I879 I' RI-so N ' CHAPTER ORGANIZED IN I908 5 1? iw -.:. I-. "fI,5 . E f 9 2 PHI DELTA EPSILON aa. gg ..,-9 is I BROWN, EARLE . New Yorl, N. Y. FREEDMAN, MILTON- - -Atlanta GINSBERG, EDWARD, Ouincy, Mass. Founded at CORNELL UNIVERSITY Gow, PERRY . . . . .Mama in .904 KRUGMAN, PHILIP .... Anemia SEITZ, SAM - - . - - Atlanta WILENSKY, LOUIS, Jacksomvnlla, FIa. BETA NU CHAPTER Organized in I932 130 ,. .E Q . I . - -- -.::,: .I ,, 5. 'Q . . QI, . ,,,, , .. ,Q L .,.x -13-.QMS 'imp I 'TE' 'aan-at -. ' If! 2'0" ,afar np ,g., ' 4 g, 'I I x 4. 3 .N xx, :iw 63 it .Y fl iw SQ 535 X xxx .X P ,A... fix. xg 6 K x .- x- 'w " - Q5 g QA .5 1- wa - - .4 . 5 " hx' .-af X - 1 X , , Q 92, sy- ' xx Ig 'gk 4-4' " X Af" NN . - X 5 H15 ' ' .,....::..:...W Xlfgx-..,,... X W V.Y....... ..1.:1:T:r5,, - 9'- ...M x.xv . ....x W... K x X ' 'A' . Q.. iii S l ' -ifvgwm MJ". 4 ...N--...ff-If M4-.,,.,. - -- ..3?YRW.'.. z... av 'M 5 : 'Ui' f .Sf 5: Sk N. .Q , vi 3 Q . . x Q al X.- q,. E -S ,vhs K 4 wi 3. fi? Q. S.. Q, 1 v I . ,BS f fp q Q5 -Va lsr 1? x S .wsxf1. .mN.X Q . of mx Q . .Mx ,- QQ 'Ks , is 8 A K wvxws ,y M-tm-vM'w-v ----- -- --.----.--Q-...-ff... ,Q-H..-.. --,-3,-:,,,w,ff-fi, - --HM,-W K"-"' ' L rw . " , K ry wr'--"' -f-Y-.X-ann-vnzrf N..-, W.. an --'--can-if V , . Wxg 'f,,,,,,,,,,, ..., . ,.. .. . M-......,--m.....-. ......,..... ...,, , ....,.....-ffwqg: ---Y--' QW W aulwjviwijriixq V , N l - Y H N - S V x X 1 It 'ii ' ' N 5 x . - X 'fx' - . F Nr 'X x 5 ..,....-.-,w...,..r., ... ..,,.... ,.,, . .. .,-......,f..f,.... W ,v,i,w,f3,.f., X - Q 3 5 .. . ,.,...- .wx . Nxsb: is . X , . Q E N' h mu JL R , . mx- , 5 .- f f-"--' F' I'-' Z-ilif. , A 'f V 'K . 1 ' ,. , , A, ' x , , "Q - . , 5 - .L 51-1 V' - . ' -Q , V., N M. .. ,-:J -..- '.,.1.--.-.,:.,,,x,.g.w:. . f, . . , . . .. Q ra: Q. N -xl x N-x. . X N N X3 A. x V xl X ' .. X X X f I 5 X N X , N . .X .L sf, -- ' . Q.: .Q Q Tw. 'Q-N!w"K': -fu. ' SSS ':, WC 3 S X 'S .sf L". ig. 15 ,., . .v" V. 41 A 555 fi 3 . ' wt Q . Q A .af 93 - 2.- 5 gg . KH . ':' ": '5 .IJQ3 .- 'i'v, . , G".-' 1 it QB?" X ' 4.1f.,:1,'Q1S?x' -ff. ' vi? 'fi '10 ff, .4 K A Q X '15 eg L as-' ' "E Qi re. 4 , .2 Ns :3 A i.. " .fn ,S ,A . . -. 'a fi- X I ' 1 4 if S ""'.x, at N 'Y "5 U gh A -25 v Q qqfxfi, MS X . 4 9 F 1 P' a- K Si xx ,WRX .Xxx Nix N rv Ai s Q , si D 7 A 5' 4 A1 Q A-F, 1 A" f .1 F 'I r Z 'fx ,QV fi 'A f 7 u ll The "E" Club is an organization composed ot members elected trom the lettermen on the Emory Campus. The aims and ideals ot the club are best expressed in the "E" Club Code, which reads as tollows: "We believe in Emory, her Ideals, her Athletics, her Sportsmanship. We have pledged ourselves to do all in our power to raise the Standard ot Athleticsg to stimulate interest therein, and thus benetit our Student Body. To keep our Sportsmanship at all times above the slightest reproach, and to be Men worthy ot our Alma Mater. We believe in Emory." Members are selected from those students who have obtained two or more letters, except in special instances, in which the club may extend membership to meritorious students. ROLL PAUL ANDERSON EFWIN CATTS BILLY MfBPAYEF' DICK BELL LQROY DENNY RAS, MCIYE ilrqrnr -,r, gr,I JACK BOOZER TOM GOREICIN JULIEN FATE RALPH BRIDGES JOE HALL BCIB PENDLEY WESTON CALDWELL 2' --ef' .df 1' 15215: GEORGE COOPER President HAPPY FPICE LOLIIESEICHEL MACCIN SMITI-I TI-IA'-ZTCIN SPPIN LIILLAPD WARD :sf f? ANDERSON BOOZER BRIDGES CALDWELL DENNY GORDON HALL MOYE PATE PENDLEY SEIGEL SMITH SPRINGFIELD 135 '18 S' QA "ATl-lLETlCS EOR ALL" The three words ot its motto give a tair summary ot the ath- letic program ot the University. i-or many years the goal which Emory has set tor its athletics has been active participation and enjoyment by the vast majority ot the student body rather than victories in intercollegiate competition and con- terence championships. Until recently this program has been unique among the major universitiesp nevertheless, it has won wide acclaim and its wisdom has been unquestioned by gen- erations ot Emory men. Director Athletics The original suggestion tor the program came trom Pro- tessor Clyde Brown, now at Duke University, while Emory was still a small college at Oxford, Georgia. The system has been expanded trom this small beginning until today it embraces intramural competition in eighteen ditter- ent sports and intercollegiate competition in two, under the capable guidance ot Athletic Director George lvlaye. Six sports are recognized as majors-tootball, boxing, basketball, tennis, swimming, and baseball-and outstanding individual success in them is rewarded by the receipt ot a varsity "E" jacket. ln the minor sports outstanding pertormers receive keys. The Athletic Council which directs this program is divided into two groups, the Executive Council and the Managers' Council. The Executive Council consists ot the Athletic Director, tour student senior managers, two members ot the Student Activities Council, a student treasurer elected by the Council, and two members ot the Eaculty Committee on Athletics. This Council supervises both the activities ot the Managers' Council and the general athletic system. R. G. MOYE JUNIOR MANAGERS T p R L ft l R ght-M y Ad Add A d B t B kh B h C d ,sp 8 li, Pearce, . . . Bottom Row Phillips, Rhodes, Robinson Thomp- son, Warnock, Whiting, Wise. 136 THE ATHLETIC ASSCCIATION I Actual control ot the various individual sports is vested in the Managers' Council which is composed ot twenty junior managers. Each ot these men handles a single campus sport: some ot the major sports are so complex as to require two junior managers. Junior managers are responsible to the Execu- tive Council tor the etticient management ot their sports, and recommend to that body men who have worlced under them as successors. Each spring the Executive Council selects the incoming Managers' Council as well as the tour senior mana- gers tor the tollowing year. These selections are announced ROY LEE HILL at the annual Athletic Banquet held during the latter part ot President Athletic Council the spring quarter. For their services senior managers receive "E" jaclcets and junior managers, lceys. Inter-organization athletics have been run ott in two leagues again this year, the six larger traterni- ties being placed in the Gold League and the smaller groups in the Blue League. For the tirst time this year ENG entered a team in both leagues and thus any independent member ot the student body was allowed to compete in either league he chose. The scope ot the inter-organization system thus em- braces all students. The winning organization tor the year in each league receives a cup, as do the high individual pertormers in each league. In individual sports the winners in the two leagues meet tor the campus championship cup. I Two major achievements ot the Athletic Association in the past year have been in the addition ot equipment and in the renovation ot the system under which men worlc tor junior managerships. Complete new unitorms were secured tor all class football and baseball teams. Under the new system ot selecting junior managers, a man must work on at least three sports and meet certain time requirements during both treshman and sophomore years betore he becomes eligible tor considera- tion. Both class and inter-organization sports have been run ott smoothly on schedule this year, and the two inter-col- legiate teams still maintained, swimming and tennis, have ex- perienced successtul seasons. SENIOR ATHLETIC COUNCIL Tap RW-Lui Rght J Ballcu, treasu G g C p Walter Cottmgha B It Row: John De i ry E t H II 137 FOCTBALL 1 greg g.,,Wf.,,, ff 3 W .,:.,t my . '-1 , sz, -- - : st. , S : if ,lx Nt vt gil.: - h ruse r X gl' E R was , r X? KT ESE ,fffawierr at f-.tr V 1 is s f-f 5 N sv r 35 4- -1 ,Q -zg-.. , 5 - Q -,S :Y-w-RN, YS -fs. , ' . ,, A is 5 Q 3 Q, Q. 2 1515? s 3 t r i V ,nr El s 2 ., T Q as .fr :er - as 2 3' , ' , as ' -- bww Q., V . ,X F. Q 4 , .. 5 ir fi! ..-'gJscN'5 '.A WA M. gg, -'r 41" , sf,"I I X . F t R L ftt R ght-Porch, O'DonneII, Few, Daniel, Brown, Hale, Miller, Simmons, King, Prewitte .... Back R -M N tt S unders, Beatty, Morgan .... Missing from Picture-Jack McLaughlin. When Manager Billy Bates organized himselt in preparation tor the i939 class football season, little did he realize what a tremendous season he was about to manage. Betore the tinal whistle blew, Billy saw tour teams dressed "tit to lull" in new unitorrns-he saw tive scoreless tie games-and he saw plenty ot good, solid tootball. Besides that, Billy was there when they crowned TWG championship teams instead ot one! lt was on the I7th ot November that the battle-weary junior and sophomore teams buried the hatchet and were declared co-champs. That atternoon the two teams had struggled, tor the second time, to a scoreless deadloclc. The game brought both teams' records to three wins and three ties. The season opened Wednesday, October I l, with Coach l'Vloye's Sophs talcing the tirst win. They beat a yery green Frosh outtit, 27 to 6. From the very beginning, one watched with increasing interest the superb Soph baclctield. It was Morrison, Beatty, Winslow, and Morgan-again and again-through the Frosh line and around it. Ralph Porch and l-loward Few in the Blue forward wall showed they were there tor business only-and that business wasn't buying eggs. Two days later the Senior squad, coached by Thaxton Springtield, and the Junior "Big Red" out- tit, led by Diclc Bell, met tor their season opener, Scoring midway in the tirst quarter and playing de- tensively the second halt, the Juniors liclced the gold-shifted boys, 6 to O. A tumble and a poor lciclc 138 Y fir-Q ?irf"5gf'f ' 4 A 'W' , ' 3 E 5 gt ll! at X Ji by the Goldies set the touchdown stage for Junior Jack McLaughlin. McLaughlin, Belcher, and King were all newcomers to the Junior ranks. They had a very successful debut. The first game was only a warm-up for the Junior Red-Shirts. Cn the following Wednesday they trounced a weary Frosh eleven, I5 to O. Again it was McLaugh- lin all the way. I-le was aided by the exceptionally fine play of Iinesmen I-licks, Peek, and Bell. Freshmen I-lale, Meadows, and Corry played a better-seasoned brand of ball. On Friday, Qctober 20, came a hint of the feud that was to come between the Sophomores and Juniors. The Sophs scored twice to beat the Seniors, I3 to 7, and moved into a tie with the league-leading Juniors. This game was slow until Blond Jim Winslow broke away late in the last period and scored from the 27- yard line. A pass interception gave the Blues their second tally. The Frosh losing streak continued and, the next week, they fell before a rejuvenated Senior attack, I3 to O. The Frosh passing attack, featuring Meadows and Butsch, failed to click. Ralph Bridges and Parker Bedingfield played nice ball in the Senior backfield and were responsible for the touchdowns. V J . rss 1, -Q ,. r . ...ix .su b x 5 ,,. , i"'TA0f'g s JP Qi, V 'YN' 'B T if .X , , I I rg- ff 139 .1 nl"" Despite the fact that Dick Bell's Junior crew ran up ten first downs against the Sophomores, October 27, the game ended in a pointless tie. The Juniors outplayed their opponents during the first half, but the Blues, led by Earl Beatty and Johnny Morgan, took honors in the last two periods. It was the most colorful g a m e played during the season. With o n I y seconds to play, Moye attempted a field goal from the Junior 22-yard line. The boot missed the uprights by inches. HALE Guard gf.. K2 I is Q, .', O. HELL 902,91 MILL E suardff mme F By this time the scoreless game had spread. The Juniors and Seniors taced each other tor tour truitless periods on Wednesday, November I. The Juniors missed a score by a razor-edge in the second quarter when tour tries trom the Senior tour-yard stripe gained nothing. An equally good chance was ottered to the Goldies when they blocked a punt tar down in Junior territory. But the Juniors held everything, and the crisis passed. Outstanding was the work ot Senior linesmen Prewitte, Simmons, and Daniels. As the tootball weather held and November progressed, the Freshmen became the victims ot the Sophomores and Juniors in two successive games. The tirst they lost to the Sophs, I2 to O, and in the second they were hit 24 to O by the tighting Juniors. Two tumbles and brilliant detensive play by the Senior torward wall brought the Sophomore Blues to a halt Novem- ber IO. Neither team scored, though the second-year boys made six tirst downs to the Seniors' one. Bridges and Ben Mc- Andrews Icept the Blues baclced up all atternoon with beauti- tul punting, and Ray Miller, Senior guard, insisted on inter- cepting Sophomore passes. It was the banging, slashing Senior detensive that was to be remembered. More than once, the deceptive Soph reverses were halted by the alert Gold Iine. The Frosh closed their season November I5 by surprising the Seniors into a scoreless tie. Paul Panlcolce was the Green .. .,., N ORCH xii 0 Pgivgzi PREWITTE BEATTY End Back l40 TBALL ' Team's shining light throughout the play. Meadows and Coolc also showed improvement. It was the Seniors' last game. The history-malcing Soph-Junior meeting tor the campus championship on November I7 was the fifth scoreless game ot the Emory season. The aerial-minded Reds missed a score late in the tinal moments when the great Blue line smothered every attempt at gain. Moye's men made eight tirst downs, and the Juniors took six. Rewarded tor their superior play and sportsmanship by selection to the I939 All-Emory team were: Baclstield, Sopho- mores Earl Beatty and Johnny Morgan, Juniors Jaclc Mc- Laughlin and Allen Saunders, and Senior Bill McNattp Ends, Sophomores Ralph Porch and Vivien Prewitteg Taclcles, Seniors Coleman King and Billy Simmons, and Junior Tony CD'DonnelIg Ciuards, Senior Ray Miller, Sophomore I-Ioward Few, and Freshman Morris I-Ialeq Center, Senior Ernie Daniel and Sopho- """x BROWN sf' ' sy' fa' more Stewart Brown. FINAL STANDINGS Team W I. T Sophomores . . 3 O 3 Juniors . . . . 3 O 3 Seniors . . I 2 3 Freshmen . . O 5 I .wi NT MORGAN SAUNDERS Back ac SIMMONS FEW ua,d ffl B It 7 NG 'Wie l-41 N511 Ni'-B M aC 45 0 as fi X4 ..' .,. s.. . x.. sk x 'N,.:A.!-A .hui -.it,,,. .2 X Ngigswfkm X A . is semokii J . 3 N xx YF E t NXQX K - V N '-.s -sxiesrq' lx ...Q . THE ALL-EMORY TEAM Sweeping through tourteen games without deteat, the Senior team won the basketball championship tor I94O. Sparked by Walter Cottingham and Pinky King, bath ot whom made the All-Emory basket- ball squad, the Seniors had a strong, well-balanced team. An unusually powertul Freshman team led by Charley Butsch and Stan Weinkle ended the season in second place. Disappointment ot the season was the Junior team, pre-season tavorites ot many basketball tol- lowers. Composed largely ot Junior college men, the Junior aggregation was easily the smoothest work- ing combination in the league, but tor some reason they were seldom able to score. The season was marked by a number ot strong teams and close games despite the tact that the Meds were unable to keep a team together and torteited most ot their games. The season may also be remembered as marking the tirst appearance ot the "Deuces"--composed ot the various coaches. The Deuces-Coaches Moye, Cooper, Depagter, Watkins, and Bell-played good ball, losing by only one point to the Seniors. The All-Emory squad was composed ot Charley Butsch and Stan Weinkle, Freshmen, John Black and Bill Keith, Juniors, Pinky King and Walter Cottingham, Seniors, and Weston Caldwell, Lawyers. Cottingham was high point man ot the season, scoring l3O points, tollowed closely by Weinkle with IZ6 points. SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM i X . ot BASKETBALL gnc? L ft t Rght-C it gh K g sf II 9 a 142 143 s ,,,l..l-J cs. Q w l . N i , N ' i 4 With the most ditticult schedule in several years, Emory's inter- collegiate tennis team has shown more promise than any team - in the last three years. The team laclcs any outstanding star, but it i"' has shown a great deal ot spirit and is well organized. ':":f V Without any practice the team started its season early in March, deteating Elon 5-2 in the tirst match. The second match was dropped .4., to a strong Presbyterian team 9-O. The third match with Davidson was also lost 5-2, but the tourth match with Rutgers that tollowed two days later, ended in a victory tor the Blue and Gold netmen. The team also taced I.. 5. U., University ot Georgia, Clemson, University ot Florida, Mercer University, Univer- sity ot Alabama, and the University ot Miami. Coach Spike Depagter has been the spark ot the Emory team. l-le and lettermen Ralph Bridges and Bert Ausley tormed the nucleus around which the team was built. Bridges, varsity standby, held down No. I position, while Weinkle did stellar worlc at No. 2. Depagter won more than his share ot matches at No. 3, and l-lamtt, Doub, and Ausley were the unsung heroes who did commendable worlc at 4, 5, 6, respectively. On the ladder trom which the team was chosen were also l-lartstield, Stellings, Little, and Cordes. INTERCOLLEGIATE TENNIS TEAM 3- Qt ., BMW' 5 'se LI, i T i , - ,i 'fgfa-f-3---wiv---f...-,........5..-W... ,. s . , H v.,,...,.. 4 'l- ,5g5"H Q 5 -fl. - '- ' ' "tm ' ,. ,.w-.-sww-Q-avr-'vu ,z-iv yi" , I 3 . ,ax-:'s:-1 T-3NgQ'SNWqwx.s+.s,, . ' X -' . wee N .wg ts i +,x,msr,e-f-isssrimwvffwmrs V -s g .iA....4T., B ... W ,Nu ' N. . ,.s,,........-o-w""'f"""""u"5 NNN -Wi! 1 ,,,,.., -,.-in ,,,V --f ---- -- 4 ANNO? 2 A t"l1.'.,,v.i"' "mf ..-ln- ' o QV g A v 'vuv. .' L" FT?g3:7f" ' 4 5 .-253 K , '5"h 'if,5?-:liix-"' ' .lf 3- 1 15'-f -lf!-1 JE' Q-5 ,Q rw- Lf' p 1 9- 1. - M. ,,.,:.1, "N N n -y - N555 ,.. v- LL -, x A. ,-1 , -- '75 E: 'rs K 5, Baseball in the spring ot I939 was quite a one-sided attair. From the beginning it was evident that the Theologs and Meds completely over-shadowed the tour class teams. Possible reasons tor such a situation were that the Doctors and the Preachers were the only teams with any noticeable degree ot team spirit and support trom tollowers, the tact that Johnny Lewis, Med mound ace, and Diclc Bell, re- liable Reverend twirler, were the most consistent pitchers in the league, and the tact that some tew ot the better players on the tour class teams deserted baseball to play on traternity diamond ball teams. But at any rate these two teams were tar and away the class ot the league, neither losing a game tor the tirst tour weelcs ot the seasong then the Meds lost a heartbrealeer to the Juniors with only two games remaining on the schedule. George Cooper's 'lheologs were the best-balanced team in the league with two reliable pitchers in Bell and Franlc Van Dyck, a catcher with lots ot spirit in Coach Cooper, a hard-hitting shortstop in Wiley Critz, and lots ot pepper trom the whole team. Johnny Lewis' Meds did remarkably well to have been greatly handicapped by an almost complete laclc ot practice and by having only one pitcher. The Freshmen had a better-thansaverage tirst-year team with Jaclc Pirlcle, catcherg Randy London, short- stop: l-loward Few and l-larvey Cosper, pitchers: and Charlie Allen, tirst baseman, showing up well. Tied with thc Freshmen were Jim McClure's Sophomores, who placed tour men on the All-Emory selec- L16 tion and played good ball in spurts. Although the Juniors and Seniors boasted several good individual players, they were able at no time to put strong teams on the tield. The tinal standings ot the Team Theologs . Meds . . Freshmen . . Sophomores . Seniors . . . Juniors . . . six teams were: Won Lost Pct. . 8 O l .OOO . 4 2 667 . 4 5 444 . 4 B 444 . 2 5 286 7 222 All-Emory selections were: Pitchers: Diclc Bell, Theologs, and Johnny Lewis, Medsg Catchers: George Cooper, Theologs, and Jaclc Pirlcle, Freshmen: First Base: Wilbur Butler, Sophomoresy Second Base: Billy McBrayer, Medsg Third Base: Orrie Myers, Sophomoresp Shortstop: Wiley Critz, Theologsy Outtielders: Rex l-larris, Sophomores, W. Weaver, Theologs, and Bob Brown, Seniorsg Utility lntielders: Tom Gordon, Sophomores, and Roy Lee I-Iill, Seniors: Utility Quttielder: Arthur Bishop, Juniors. Emory-at-Oxtord won the Junior College Day baseball championship by deteating Atlanta 5-3 and Valdosta 5-O. Managers tor the season were Paul l-lartstield and Bates Bloclc. 147 X NWS S sf , ,t wvx.si.QN, This year boxing proved that it was one ot the most outstanding athletics on the Emory campus. Under the leadership ot their talented coach, "Dick" Bell, the boxers paclced the gymnasium during the boxing tournament. The students themselves were also deeply interested in participating in the ring. The tournament was run ott in excel- lent style, and the bouts were tast and interesting. Atter John Sessions had taced "stitt" opposition, he won the I I9-I29 class. Franlc l-lardeman scored two lcnoclsdowns and one "K, O." when he won the IZC?-I 39 class. The next weight, l39-l49, furnished one ot the best bouts ot the tournament. John Cunningham won a decision in a slugging duel over Carter Newson who had scored three "K, O.'s" in the prelirninaries. Carl Meadows won the I49-I59 class. Atter Meadows had reached the finals he won the tinal bout on a torteit trom "Killer" McLaughlin who brolce his hand in the semi-tinals. George Wells won the l59-I69 weight atter several close tights. Paul Panlcolce outclassed all ot his opponents to "cinch" the loc?-I79 weight. Attera tew hard tights, "Sleepy Bill" Ballenger won the unlimited class. All ot these boxers showed that they were talented in the art. Four ot these later got into the Golden Gloves' tinals in Atlanta, and two won in their respective weights in this "competition ot champions." 148 BOXING T UQH- QQT LL , .. .WM Sig uf.-fa . The interest manitested this year in touch-tootball again proved its right to be listed as one ot the most popular sports at Emory. Spectators crowded the side-lines at every game, and the players did not disappoint them. From the start a smooth-working S. A. E. team showed championship torm. Inspired by the brilliant performance ot Bridges and Cottingham, the S. A. Efs were unbeatable. In the tinal game ot the sea- son they deteated a strong Sigma Pi team, 38-I4, tor the campus championship. All ot the games this season were marked by clean playing and good sportsmanship. Other out- standing players were Mcl.aughlin and Grizzard. 1429 SWIMMING A hard task contronted the Emory varsity swimming team as it began serious practice atter Christmas. With a sched- ule including such powertul teams as Georgia, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia Tech, and Miami, there could be little hope tor much success. The outlook, however, was not altogether bad. Five lettermen trom last year's team returned tor service, and several good Freshman prospects were expected to add strength to the ranks. ' The dash men on the squad included: Butch Barron, Macon -. Smith, Milton Edgerton, Bill Ingram, and Jimmy Allred. Leroy Denny, Doug Acosta, and Glenville Giddings were outstanding in the distances. For the tancy diving Randy Macon and Butch Barron were top men. Paul Keenan, Bob Daley, and Eldon Richardson were ex- pected to swim the breast-stroke. Two promising Freshmen, Drew David- son and John Christopher, joined Bill Bishop in the backstroke. Severely handicapped by the illness ot tour regulars, the Emory tankmen went down to deteat in the opening engagement with Georgia Tech on January I9. Two weeks later the team redeemed itselt, however, by scoring a win over the strong Chattanooga Y. M. C. A. team. Since that time, two ot the South's outstanding swimming aggregations, Georgia and Clemson have invaded the campus, and the greatest ettorts ot our crippled mermen proved insutticient to stop them. The team, now in the best shape ot the season, anticipates much greater success in the two re- maining meets with Auburn and Miami. Especially commendable has been the tine spirit and co-operation ot the entire team. Also, there should be mentioned the excellent job done by Beverely Watkins in organizing and coaching the swim- mers. The Assistant Managers, Buddy Brock and I-Ienley Sturgess, have given invaluable aid throughout the season. The all-campus swimming meet was held about the tirst ot April. SCHEDULE GEORGIA TECH ,,-.. . . - . . . January I9 GEORGIA . . . . . February I4 CHATTANOOGA Y. M, C. A.. J . . . February 2 AUBURN - - . 4 - - February 22 CLEMSON .4----.------------ February B MIAMI - . V - - - February 28 . . , .is l-X3,.,- . NA xl X 4. , .M i -J ,. -ss...-ss? W'- 'Z1 at. g . N I .-?i?Q'f'T-" ' A " . rfl- 1 INTEIIFRATEIINITY AND lllllllt r'l'0H.Tr' I939 ' 3 ,-4 tr .cy . V ,SR Diamond Ball The Diamond Ball tournament aroused more interest this season than rt has at any time rn the past. A well organized Phi Delta Theta team, rn- spired by the superb pitching of Ar- thur Anderson, worled its way to the finals, only to be defeated rn a close S. A. Els, the campus game by the champions of the season. Ping-Pong l Match play in Ping-Pong, followedl and played with greater enthusraml than ever before, finally ended by the A. T. O. paddle stars, Warnock and Bramblett, eliminating Grizzard and Richardson of Sigma Pi, the Bluel League Champions. Volleyball This sport provided a great deal of exciting entertainment for both play-l g a r ers and spectators. The S. A. E. play' ,ers challced up a campus championship using a combination of slrrll and spirit that was unbeatable. Cottrngham was the chief dispenser of ginger to the Violet Sextet. The A. E. Pr team, winner in the Blue league, was inspired by the brilliant performance of Louis Siegel, but they lost by a narrow margin in the final game of the season to the S. A. Efs. Golf Although golf is a comparatively new sport on this campus, it rs fast gaining the interest of the students. The matches this year were followed by an increasing number of spectators, and towards the end, the competition was very lieen. Curtrss Benton and ,lohn Ridley turned in the low scores for the SCGSOVI, Water Basketball Sigma Chi captured the title in water baslretball for the second sucf cessrve year last season, Since Bishop and Tucler, the marnstays of their team last year, are gone now, rt is hard to predict who will take the honors lthis year. A large amount of interest was manifested by the students rn thi: sport. Although last year was its first sport, Badminton excited a great deal of interest among the students. The cup last season was captureo by Bob Warnocl and ,laclr Boozer for the A. T. Ofs. Keen competition rs etpected among the different organizations for the cup this year. Sigma Pr won the title from League "BH last year. Track The S, A. Efs compiled the largest number of points rn the traclt meet this season, followed closely by Chr Phi. ln the Blue League the EMO Purples led the field. There were several brilliant performances turned in by individuals. Barnwell won the lOO and 220-yard dashes together with the yavelrn throw. Vaughn won the mile, half-mile, and broad rump. Freeman won two frrsts and a second for runnereup honors in League . 1 '-,nvJv,-,....- Q ffnji -as ...f"""T.TT ,,..- 'l 'S I . v?Tff' Badminton T fa A A ' seo'lti x son on this campus as an intramural T lol l'lEIiI+'lt 'PEHNITY iP0li'l'i Basketball A powerful A. E. Pi team defeated the A, T. Ofs to win the l94O inter- fraternity basketball tournament. Char- lie l-larris led the Blue league champs while George Cooper and John Black were outstanding for A. T. O. ln what was probably the best game of the sea- son a powerful S. A. E. team elimif nated Sigma Chi, I8 to lo, as Walter Bowling Starting soon after the opening of the Winter quarter, Bowling matches became the high spot of each week. Keen fraternal competition marked the tournament from the start. A strong Cottingham scored from behind mid' court with I5 seconds remaining in the game. ln another thrill-packed gamel ,he S. A. Efs fell before the A. T. Ofs who thus became champions of thel Gold league. The roundfrobin style of tournamentl used last year was abandoned for the elimination tournament as large crowds! packed the gym to cheer their teams to victory. Campus Club team defeated the Sigma, l Chi's for the position of campus cham- pions. Tennis The annual fall interfraternity tennis tournament was won by a well-rounded Sigma Chi team led by Jack Pirkle. ln advancing to the campus champion- ship the Sigma Chris defeated the Cam- pus Club, winners in the "Blue League," and the Kappa Alpha team headed by lettermen Bert Ausley and lvl. J. Doub. Swimming Coming lust soon enough before Water Basketball to beat the CAMPUS deadline, swimming attracted large crowds to the Emory tank. Although the Sigma Plus had a strong team full of fighting spirit, they were de- feated in the finals by the A. T. Ofs by the narrow margin of 38-37. Wrestling Horseshoes The Mat Bouts opened with seventy- Sigma Pi replaced Chi Phi as cam- three entrants. After several days of pus horseshoe champion by trimmingl close competition Sigma Chi and Sigma the last year's title holder 4-2 in they Pi evolved as the holders of the titles inter-league finals. Charlie Smith andsfor their respective leagues. The silver Gordon Daves led the victorious Sigmarcup was finally awarded to Sigma Chi. Pi's. Will Peterson, Chi Phi, and AllenlWinners of the various weights were: Sanders, ENO Gold, proved themselves! Brown, Spencer, Punke, Shanks, Glass, masters of this 'lcountrym sport. iwimberly, and Roberts. 152 IXTEHFRATEHNITX' MII IIIXUH .'I'0liTU 93. Fencing ,Y-, Fcncrng Ggdrr' riroya-j to oc one of the more popular freshman Sports fnrs year. Eye: though Hanorcappco oy rad. of uropor facrrriras and rznnrrtmcni Coocn John Uma got up fa good fresn- man team. The ur: ri rgrclassman 0? the Emory Fencrng Club Corrnid inc dutrcs o4 the x', -4 E 'k . Z 4 d I vt? Q. ,gs-X fe Q nf 451, . lr Tifffg,-:g?"?'im Varsrty Fencmg team. They Hao had trrce rr-r.31r1n.25 when tnrs want to preas. They fosf to Tcnncaicc Mrirtary Instr- iutc, 7-2, won over Umycrsrty of Geor- gre, 7'5,anoir1Q matrin wri'W Bo-ye I-M311 of Airania came to an 8,8 fre. M-zmocrg CF the Fcncrng Cub team ware: Jofsn Gmc, Cariiarn' Roy Camp bclr, Carl Scnancnc, Franl Lowcnstcrn evo Boo Pepe. We Tenn. Wm, nonorao my an myrtf tron 1-ir gortrcrpatrz rn for: South Af- ronirc F-jrwgrngx Toornamcni out waz ur' able to go. Irmtructron ware ocgm rn Soon: ano Eriec for inc urirgcrdessmcn ,Q rn ini rotors Emory ww! 'wave a tnrcr: wcaron 'cam Ifrii wrlr tc rfikfrxi fo qryc E1 gooo .iaojrirnni oi risdr. 1 Y" 1,1 rr, Q - U. gre.. ,-71 y.. 1 X 4- .5 .r :iw ,, . ,f 1 ' . 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I if 1 owl ' aryl 2 . l ' -A K . r ' -421' V , ,:. r-w-fr GFS, v"-- , . .x , D .- Y gk eA'hl, x A of 9 N . Yurx X 'N 'Sb - K H 4 - I 5 , , 'Y"!'Z"'f'f.I A , i-f2w:g,:g,f- -I3 Ns-.kY"..f 5 ,-f.5'1' 1-5 . - P ,-' fic-11,-f'-5 d'a""" " ' W , '55, 1-,-it - ,-4!.:.., -r ' -ah. Q--,--p wh, A R -if-Q ...... .tx,f.g.--,,..A' --.1--I--..1., - , .Inj dk .K - f' -L"fi"f.ir.. '- -. ' i- aff' . -A ' "'- . ,....-- 17:"f"1""7-.Q 1- , '.'.Q tg 1., -'-5- - . r -hm 104 Weary! of S020-ice Zia Qocf ancf Man Since the founding of Emory College in IB36, the seven schools that now compose Emory University have enrolled more than 20,000 students and have conferred 9,000 degrees. Among the 9,000 living alumni are 3,000 business men, 2,694 doctors, 867 ministers, 765 teachers Iincluding I3 college presi- dentsl, 537 lawyers, I00 journalists, and 72 foreign missionaries. Emory men today hold positions of responsibility and leadership in 47 states and 25 foreign countries. Emory has grown from a struggling college to a large, fully accredited university, but the spirit which motivates each school-Arts and Sciences, Graduate, Business Administration, Law, Theology, Medi- cine, and Library Science-is the same "Iove of learning for the service of God and man" that in- spired the founders of the old Emory at Oxford. EMORY UNIVERSITY Emcmf Zlniueauiq, Qeaaqia ISI I llll0I,EY'S IIIHH ah nu nl tn Tuesday, September 19--lu.: lllllulrtlll lXX4lllX'llXl' :lll'N:l:'l'Ill: llllllllll rt llll lull lllxl llIIlL', llNl:':l tt: lllx N llltl: llll :llllwll l.lllN lt: le:-e:Ntt-l' lfrzllt-rllltlt lm lllv lll.lI'lx l-lr lfllsll Ut-vlt. vxu-:lt lllx ll::'1.lN, xxllll l:.l:lll'1lllx ll.lx:' ll- lltxl II l.:l:l:vN N:'l::l llNlllQ N::ll.::lr:l::N :lf llulll llllll I-l ll:Nlll:l.lll l':-tvllllflll. lllvl llllll .lll-llllll llltv stLl:N :lt .l l'l l'l Nlrllll ll llltt ll-l .llrwllt .lN :llll:'ll gl-:ul lM'll1l'N ll::l:l lll.Ll'lk'l' lllvvllllu. :l.lNe Nlxlx ll'vNlllll:ll llulllm' In ln' QX' N 'L Wednesday, September 20 'l'Il: Xt lzlllttl .fllllllllll ::llll+lllll:cN "l'l.l:lN :ll IXXII l-lr l',Il1:II'X 5:ll':Il'llX ll-llllv' l'lll lMl:l lllt ' lf " ' ' V 'I.l N rllllnl l lla-LJ: N lll:llgll,llll lllk llll l lll N lx--:ll l:'l'l llllNl ll'lll:'- tt. lull lllll ilrllllll .lllfl Xlw' llllx Ill tlll, ltllll' -:llll llvlll lwxl:-l'N lrulll llll1ll'l'lllk' tllllt lflllll lllll'tN, lmllgt-N ll:-:llllw :Ill rtlNl:k-,N llllll.: N lv.lNN :TNI l-I 1:1-Nlllll.lll::l.lM l lX 1. lv: lUl1l'SI'1'lII'l'S In lllPl'll'X prelllrn-N lllll , . . 1 . lilllt llllll illll 'll l'lllI"'S -Vlelldll' Jlllfl il llL'L'Lkll l'k'L'Ul'lllllg ln lllllNll llltll' lxllrlt. ll"'lV3' .l-llllfe Vlll l'lll'N llulk :lt l,lllPlHIILlII1l t'l:l'Nl- tll:-lr Thursday, September 21 lsllllllvxlgl, MUN' SNXUJHI- Sxlile 'Ulm Wl'YlU'S "f ll.lll.:l'1l. llllll, Jlllfl XYlls:-ll Nll:::'li lllllllr ll:ll'NH'll. llllll le .X XY U ll. -H111 l1IH xvlll fr+:Nll llllll Nllllllly l:lltcN lll :ll'lt-ll- U'll111ll' i1l'l'V5l"l"l llllllie bll"l'l'W'l l'Y 1,lIl:-ll l.llltN l:ll:lll.lll tlllllllglrt-N lllN Nllt'--vll l"Vllll"Qll1ISIVIIH-Ifllxlsllftll lllll Xlrliill- l,, 5, IMLIH :limi M, f:,.:,,,.l.A Xyllwll N:llN :lvl lYI'HIIl lit-lltllrltl-l:::ll-lllN I-lvl' itN lllllt- l:lN lx,lN:l't lllllv:-lu'-l :l::Ill lll.lI llllIlIlIIlQ UVJIN- llfilee. Jlllfl l1"fSL'S ll-lflellvlfl l'r:'Nllll.:-ll .l!IAl':' llLlI'lSll4'l4l Nxl:'gll'N ll: :N NU :I ll: I 'HH ulllllu 5l!llIIl llll lllt' Xl'.l'lN :llw llll . sax: , Saturday, September 23--'l'llllv pm XX' N :-.lN:, lull' lllv l-lll l'lll.S Illlllll lllX:l:lL' Nllwrl, I:l::'N urlllx' l:-llu. llll l'lllx Iblll lllvll' lt-I-rmlrl glglllll, IQIQIXL 5,,,,l xm,,m l::w:wN llll llIlXlL'I', l'l:ll:l, l.:llll-llll Sltfllk' l'l'N ll:'Qlll ll' Q:-I l-Fllllllt, XKlllt'lI :N .lllwllt 411:11 'Al-lllll' ll"l'1l"llS' llllll- Slwlll llll All ,hw ulll M., ,wg Xxtllw HI, WN li X, .lll:l llll l'l1l :llll ll-ll-us llllll lm- ll,ll1 lull: :-::..l1!1, I., ,llllll M-Ut,-.ll ::lllN llll lilllll Klllllllwrml l1lI':'lllIllII4'k'll ll:'l':l-XXul'-llllllllllq :ll:':lg:'N, "l1HIll1rlllA:lI':l"l l'lll llL'l1'N Ilvll ll:lllL'l'l1lN Friday. September 22 all.-ll.: l.l:l.:.::Q l" "l'l""l"""'l l:"1""X' alll" 'HW ,,.Am,. IIUKHAW .Iwi u,,,llI.,' Ilwuit, IH HM lltlllt-N Qlllll try ll: llllll' lhlIlS S.Xl"N rt wr: ll: l7lIlliS 5IQllI.l l'l lllllll'lllN ll'--Nll lIIt'll llllll lllt'f' llzlu' :luv lllL'lI :lll tllt- lll l:'l'l.l'lllk'I'lIllX fllllllrll Sunday, September Z4 l'.I'Lllk'I'llll lll':ltllel'N lllllttll 1:1 N:-l' llll:l xllll -'-I 1-- xl:ll"Cll lm: ll:lllI':'Ns llllll' ll.ll'll:l:1l'N llllll- 'atskr .-r 5ll, lillltlfj' liylzlllwlcl' llI'llhl's Nlll l.:1llQ' Nun? vw-4 ll: n.lll -:ll llllll :el lllxll. Xlt'l'l41ll l,'ll't1' ..:l:l lll14l4lX' llkilll zlllplzllul .llllllklll lmllgt-N Nlz:l'1 lllllrlXllI! 1 !I't'SSllTL'. SlQllll l'l'N llwllt- Tlltj will :ut ell--ugll for llrl-lgtz l'llccrN lltllfl ll1'1ljt'l' lllltllllg' . . SA "4 'N llv :N guillu Vlsllkll Monday, September 25 l'lll IJ:-lt'N llll INN :ll l'l'4l1ll :ll Xl:l- ' ' lv :lu- l5li l l 'll llv l:..llt :llll llltltlt. llI:lNc lxlltl Cllll :llllv Nl:lll:l Illltl walt wurrx' llllll llllqt-t, rlillk' llltlr- l:llllllN Nlglrl Ckilllllly :lt llve Xlwll :ll ll: XXIIIT lllltll rl :vcllwlc luc- I'-wrt-rc:lN1t-l'lllu :lt llll' lillllllll Xlllllll llut:-l ll4ll'tNllvl:l :MN rmllll :lllll llillll lull' :lullllr :lll:l ll llllll.. ell: l'lll'N get lf, lllll lllC llllll Illlllg :llulc illllilll tllt-lll :N Y:ll:lt-lllzlr lM'lt:l'N :must-:l Ullllft' fl't-Nll- llltlll tl.:NN, .lllll L'lllII'C ll'L'NllllIllll cl:lNN :':'rl:lrm'1l1t-N ll: pg1NNlll: Ilvltrl Sllvltzl Xlzl N, Xlllll llw, lllilll lllYIl5lllll :wt hcl'- lllllllj. lQ:::lNt-vt-lt lwllllrtt-:l tt: full' K.X'N :ls tl lllll':l llllfll lll l'l-lil t-lcctlull Tuesday, September 26 - l:IAL'Slllllt'lI :lll:l l'l':l:cl'lll1ln-N gvt ellml llillli all L-zlyll ::Illt'I', 1:I't' Nk'l!k'Il ll: llTN :ll I'L'lIl:Il'hL'. llllll: :cl gm-cl llllllq :lt -lllllv ,lz:clqNull. :lun-Q fur llrNt llllle. lllulc:'l'N1xllT, llJlX'llly, llcclrlt-:l tl: lbllfellk' tllr law, lllUllI'lllAllllX xxLltt'llvN Illr jvllylllg vxllcllltlvvlls roll mtl Il: Illlfsllt' tllc llllllib. Wednesday, September 27 - l1::Nllell llllll l.:It'llIlik'I' Ntzlrt telllllg zllmllt tllclr lflllwllwllll ll'l1lS Stllllcllts :wrt-ful' t:1luN lDI'0llQlll llzwlq lrlllll Klllllllflllll llx' lx,X llllll Ng cllllxcllllllll :lclvgzltl:+llN. lllluley um-N lu rt-st 1:1 Slglllil Nl: lI::::Nu'-elm! llr llllll gut llll lllerlgci. Thursday, September 28 -llzlll pru- tt-NIN ill XYlllflfl. llllll Nolllt- l-I'LilL'I'lllIlL'S but tw: lllllllj trt-Nlllllcll. 5lj1lllll l'l N :ili- t':lXL'l' l'ugrul:':lll5 tllzll llllt- :lf tllt-ir two L'QlIII lllzly llruluc. l':'Nol'l tu Llllllesc kSllK'lXlil'fS, l57 Friday, September Z9 -f- Frttgriiities slioot npperelztssnieii rnshees sztnie stntl Q that they liatntletl the treslnnen. tiignill- ' ia! fillers Il liitl to lfrle l'liillips lieftire he notices his lhetzt pin, lltioley wot not hgive thought even the l'hi l5elt's would lizive inzttle that sznne niistzike tXYlLiC, Saturday, September 30- l'ppt-rt-lass! int-ii, who shonlil know better, tilt-tlge K.X's. who cltin't know when to qnit, tilt-tlge lil. Lihi l'lii's get "l'eztt'l1es" Neel. which is enongli llztving ftvrgotlt-it how to ilu Qtnytliing else, pink-elizts' s lit-lpnig high school soiwvrities rush Sunday, October 1-'l' ll--rst-3 :intl lmntl go slnnnning :it Sig .Xliih house. llenny puts pleilge lsntttin on toreli- singer tor pliotogrztiiliers, ingikvs her give it liziek litter little :intl Xlxers statntl :ironntl wztiting for stztrt giving ztnxty llztleighs lle lninis zi tiliestertieltl. 'l'he5 lt-:ive in tlisgnst. l'inks start exiting Snntlzty Slllllltfs on . tht- lxow, tell their nit-tliers they twin lvegin letting the etiok go Snntlgtx fllvlL'I" llti0IlS. Monday, October Zgllt-eltliaiin liegins ztnnuzil rt-vziiiipiiig of tltfhztte orgzniifzt- tion liliotles :intl lilt-el, priwiiiise tliztt lfew .intl l'hi tizinniui will eoinnnt h:n'is kurt. l'ttlet:tee l'ont-rs, nnqilvle to gnu liosirtl hill, takes his latiitllguly! tlunghtei' to the txnr so that he nill get at set'--iitl on pn: Tuesday, OCtOber 3 - lleekligiin :tn- itiiiiires :tlmlitioii ol' the lfnglish tlelmtes is eztiiipns nontlers if he will elititict Yi ' ' rlrlish or l.:it.n :ts the new lgtngnzigt- XY, . . ilstin :intl llnntt-r will out Xitit-n.il linartl to help theni control lil fresh- inen :it rzit eivnrt, linker gintl Xliller .tirtl other tleli tlelights cash in on snnnner- Q Q V t. , ,c w , G ' t " Nsgfisx, fi ff. .- 4 25:2 1 'tk long eziinpziigns with the tlelnitrzinips .is .Xllie Xlnlone entertains :it gzilzi :Xiisley blowout, lltvoley thinks the tlelis are Hztt tires without liltixxing ont Wednesday, October 4--Stuileiits prick liiiivf lixtrflen for College Nite to lieztr lltirsey 'lirilmles give tint, llztrwell runs ont, Kliirrison atntl Kliieon pass tint lxytle proutlli' escorts t1l.tiiiorptiss ,laekf still, gnztshes teeth :is .lack l.t-onartl ents in :intl erooiis in her ear. Len tiowltiii totilislily tit't'ei's to lniy every KX Sl tlrink, inortgztges his Hzit as the liortlt- rushes up from uniler the tzililes Thursday, October 5--llqtiice tfligiir- inzin Rolviiisoii intlignzintly flerlzires thztt two-liit exti':1x'1tgztii7:ts will iiositivt-ly lie exrlnsixe t,',XXll'l'S litlittir Kliller nt'- lL'I'Nl,l'lllllK'1l pietnrestofrziternities tiign- .nu- 5,2195 153 ,,.1 illiat yelps, "He frznnecl ine last spring :intl now lie's trying to frame the whole eztinpnsf' Friday, October 6-Denny, Phillips, :tnrl Cnniliazt tight it ont for S. .-X. C, post from Bus Atl. Denny lacks only two votes from having majority tl know, Dooley Counted thenil. Pikes tztke Rainbow Ronin and get taken. Stooge Harwell there to help thein get took, Skunk invarles chapel, raises big- ger stink than an UDK tapping, drives even the inetl stuclents out. Saturday, October 7JSlCHtllllllll zin- nonnees rleatlline for PHOENIX-1 Jl'l X- ll PN. Co-on eoektztil lounge installs jook organ as ,litterlings liloek antl F-eiple ehortle. Reee explains to Bishop Cancller that the jit niztehine is just a gloritierl inite box for the henefit of l'olislt retu- gees. Sunday, October 84Diek liarrett. inatnztger of the lfinory howling empo- rinni, is liowletl over by Virginia Kirk- lztntl's convertible, deeitles that she is right clown his alley. Selteinherg fle- rirles to refuse UNK. just in ease. Monday, October QWR. A. Sewell asks Lizitherine 'liift for the thirrl no-lireztk at the lirst spring flanee, hut she alreztrly has it with llloek, Heekliaiii eontinues tlehztte eleztn-np ernsafle, plans interfra- ternity tourney. Dooley thinks that's a hell of xt way to elean np. Disillnsionefl freslnnen liegin to lind way hack to citin- ivns froni week-end sojourns in town. tiene Howe prontlly exhibits receipt for his pnreliase of the Cyelorztina zinrl Stone Xlountain, Tuesday, October 104-CRIIIDHS guffziws .it tlt-hate ernsarle as new eoaeliesflini il1lll'llkT1llltl-lllll Xtilson flash OUR keys. lfrosh hring up rezir at weekly rzit eonrts. "The better to hold you with- Jolfin, Jimmy, Charlie, Warren, Cliff, Wendy, etc. ,... AD INFlNlTUM." ste QQQQQCCQQCQQQQDDCD tt-1311 Ott Ctbtttti ttttitttbrttttq T I T I I I I I O ' I I 5 2 C E I Z V Lf I- I 2 5 3 I? I I JJ I c.. C 1 I I Z I :L -1 T I I -4 I 2 P 1 5 23 W I I 3, I -' 'E : c.. O b I I F f Q z Iv ,. "' E Q 2 S ea I OC "' ? Z UI 3 I I 2: Q I -4 1 3. Q :f m I I gg - 7: I S 2' C 7 2 I I -an nf I :I Q W. W I I hs I Law In V :I c U1 N- - I ,, ,, I 2:4 'NI -1 I Z X I : Q : - I I -If , "M: D j ': I HN 45 ? 7: I I MZ: Iv, I 4 I 3- 7 5 rw ..- I I R Q I S rc 9 ? Z I I 5 If VJ f 1 I I 'F T 7 f I I 5 2 1 2 3 O I I 3 Q. 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H I I 2 i I II tg- ' I I ' I I I L. 2' :lg ' l111l1ls111i1l1 l1ec111nea the 'l77.1ll Sllllltlll 111 sity 1l1e XYHICEI- stinks Wednesday, October 11Hl'l11 1i.llllIllI1, l1r1-athinu its last. pulls 1le11tl1he1l act 111 hunian lilIl1lllCNN hrings llarvey, 1,11,1s- nell, :1n1l L11e111ker together at litlflllll s11 1heyc:1n 2215111111111 their l2u1'11pez1n jaunts 111111 get the Klillllll things over with .xllflltllft gets Al szunple 111' how terrihle lIl1'btlL'l'll uas attacks can he. hniversity z111111111111'1's11 will spen1lS'lll.llllllf11ra new lieating plant, 1'1'lJ111111ell utters 111 I't'lll llnegsie fur llllICll less. lltlllllj' gasses sll. Thursday, October 12-Sports li1li111f l.1'1rin Xlyersasksinc1'1l1111111,"XYl1atXtill the VlllIl1UI's lla1'e?",lu11i11rs reply,"Kl:1ke Kline Scotch" Il:1ll 21rlQs in e1li11j11'i:1l: iixxllliil .Xre 1f11n1'11'111111s hor?" rlillfllls 11111 ttilllll t11r lY,tl1llt'j', llall says l1e is l11r 1'11111'lct111l1s. Friday, October 13-Really itll un- lucky lilly 111r 1l1e .Xlil"s 11s lllk' 'l'.1u lfpsilon l'l1i's get cl1art1'r, Siegel says he wishes they l1a1l heen char1ere1l he- t11re the .Xlflvs hz11l 111 t:1ke Isaac "XY1'1rs1- 'lihan li1t'llllj'-i tlalanti, E1l1l1e liickeiihacker. f1'1r1111'r ace. anfl ,lainie Nlackay, f11rn1er Kee, challenge each 111her at lltblltit' 1le l-e1111 l'ark Citizens ship llay c1:lel1r:11i1111. Saturday, October 14-.XT1,Vs plaster 1l11wn 1'11wli1'ks, tlllbl wrt liayseefl. enter- tain pinks 111 h1'1use tlHll1'k', Kllllllftrfll. lilfllk'lllIll,ll1, 111h1-rs L'll-lklj' rustic setting, l11 spite kll- the careful 1llNll'llt'llUlls 111 lllllll 5111111-y, Nenl XX1le11x Qlllll llill Kle- Natt t:1k1- 1111 sh11es. XY:1rr1-11 "'l'he Klan" litiftee returns 111 1,1l1l stainpine-11u1 yT11llllfls,1,'sk'UI'1S ki21lllCl'lllL' Irie 111 l'iker lltlllbk' hrawl. Hill 'lllllQl1L'll carries S11- tlvlj' lfrl. 1'l1z11'l1111e lielun. s11 l'iK.X 1la111'1' gets 11111 l111sl1111ll in tl1e s111'ig1l news 111' the week, Sunday, October 15- Slllltlllj' again Jlllfl the Cllnlllllli-iff' Sllllllltlll l"1lllllIlt', l11 the llltlflllllg 11's church 11r the 111111111-s. l11 the after11111,111 11's jellying 11r Scott 1i11r:1ys 11r Hlllt'lllllQ 1'1s1111rs crane their 111:1'ks tlll flrives 1l11wn the lQ11w, ,Xt night It s but sups, clate nites, nr l11'111ks l'11r lJ1111ley Jlllfl inany 111l1ers, it s Z1 1r1p 111 the "Castle H Monday, October 16'-l-'ew anrl lllll 112111111121 1'1l1e1li1-11tly rl1ss11l1'e llll1lL'l' Heck- llillllis lllL'll2tt'lllQ guirlance, Q11 111 the tril- 1l1ti1111:1l Qraveyarrl llf tlCll2llC white ele- phants, tllzl rlehate ftiflllll is reincar- . ,qw 'ii natetl and equipped with shining new face hy Haxter's exquisitely-pl11':1serl llliifllb pocus, Xlitlwives at the rehirth. Turner anfl Reckl1a111 l1e:1111 a111l gush as l!l11ck's camera clicks, Rlmtles and lilock 11l'llt'l'k'f,l hy lleekhani t11 follow their ex- tinct societies into 11l1li1'i1,111. lJ01llt'j' 1l1-1es11't 1l1i11k they will have to 1111 t'1r Tuesday, October 17fS1111le111s in Klel.ean's linglish History class lmeuin to nntice Martha Xlarshall, disc111'er that XYar1111ck Zllltl 51, Clair have her well SlIl'!'1'IlllltlCll, ljlFQll'slt'fl, Xtilson z1111l l'1'1werc start hrineine ll'lf1QIl7lllC5 Zllltl Ylltllll 1211r1l11n 111 class, Wednesday, October 18-,l111111g1rs, hav! ine thrashecl freshn11-11 111 rat courts the night l1e11'1re, heat 1l1t'lll again in toot- hall Rats clecifle 111 appeal 111 Hitler for help as 41 n1istre:1te1l Illllltiflly, Klnye 1ll9C11t'L'I'5 gaping hnle ill swiinining p1,11,1l r11111', thiillis .-X1l11lpl1 sent the l111111l1ers over pretty fllllllll fllllfli. Thursday, October 19-,lot Sayer writes letter 111 XYlllflfL 111 Stllllllllllt' 5 . T. - ...vx ,,,.,.,Y , th1,1ugl11 ainong stuclents, Faculty HIEHI- hers shake l1ez11ls saflly. Hall writes erlis 1111'ial C0l'lClClllllll'lQ' students who refuse 111 help 111 activities because they don'1 have tinie, tells Mackay he can't serve 1111 S.-XL' finance C0llllIlit1CC hccause l1e's 111111 husy writing etlitorials labont peo- ple wl111 are 11111 husy to serve on coni- niitteesi. Friday, October 20-.Xlilvs pitch tlieinselves 111 the crock for realistic prison party. Siegel ones stir-crazy, con- fesses robbing Interfraternity Council 111 fnncls. XYolk1n llllil-CCS his usual hreaks. XYise-crackers Ol.lllllIlllllE'I' safecrackers, which is 1n1fortuna'1e, hecause wisecracks 2ll'Clli1 safe unless you can he anony- 11111115 like ole Dooley, Dr. Philips ap- p1J1nte1l 1111 DVR'-lllttl coniniittee. Saturday, October Z1fFl'UNlllll2lll Kletls. go herserlc at hrst flance, Dick Cook tries 111 drink Scotch anrl reatl 11rey's .l1111f11111y at same liIllE. The lit- tle hlack bags get einptier ancl einptier :1s the Nlerls. get fuller anrl fuller. Sunday, October 22-Dcunley trierl 111 take 111 Klerl rlances anfl SOlllk'lN71'lj' li- nally harl 111 take Dooley 111. Burlrly lileaifs parents stop in front 111 SAE house. ask if lluclrly lives there. "Yeah," answers -lllll Hicks without looking. "bring l11111 1111 in," Monday, October 23-SAC 1-11tes 111 pay S-1511 for 11ew puslilmall, Denny. watel1rl11g'111 the treasury, hates 111 spend that niuch f11r a hae of air XYllll liosnell anrl Klurph alreacly aronnfl. l.ester 111- ll'UllllL'L'N 11111111111 111 l1'1n llIlll1Srllllllillg 1111 cainpus, Tuesday, October 24-l3axt1'1' stuns l11terfrz1ter11ity L'11u11c1l, quotes 111111111 plan 111 lillllt nuniher 111 fresl1n1e11 l111l , O li' 'gcfgsx--,,"1'x .1 X - 1- 1 1+ 5 , , 11 S, . , W .1 ' 'S 1 SX s1 X .1 , 1 'ea 1--:fl -11 , X ,Y .111 ,,mvsxwsw1.,,,N sash x 15.1, X1 H30 i i I i , , . i 51:--1' if e i ,f2EiiiQffj?gQQ?fifM i -"'-3'!Efffi'Ffiig?5-ig i was 3... i,1i -'L iq QT: W!! lgdiflllf Eg r ii 6 EBWHA ' mi" ff i. f y PZ a'llM 3 A am M , 3 i i M 'i i r- iff, i i , A vital part in the role ot a student on his campus is tiis mode ot dress. Likewise, the same is true ot a young rnan in purant of sueeessin the bumness world. Here at Parks-Chambers we have catered tor yeam to a dmennnnahng ehentde in the matkus i ot taste, quahty anci eonectness ot appearance. i i i sew. 9 PARKS - CHAMBERS, rm. Mani una' Boys' OutEl1eu-Sparring Good: 37 FEACHTREE ST. llil hy a l'i'atei'nit5. l'lan is :ihout as html to unflerstanrl :is one of Herlgcs' lx,-ce tnres and gets :ilu-ut the same reception. lleltak protest that 1-eoplc might think they were snooty it they quit lmifltling the whole ireslnniin class, SlC2lfllllllll nit-rges l'llHlfNlX with Agnes Scott .lin-.-zur. lfilitorof,l1i1'wr'tl tulvertises lzlst maulen issue, liosnell tells .Xtlsinta Hp- tilliistis Liluh zilniut lfiirol-c Club still oiitinnstic lllitllll l'.l'llUlrQ, not ahout luis- nell. Thursday, October 26-lit-itli Conley riilicul-xs Uuzircttt- lrnninicrs in liL'1lll1I'C --toiw lxfl Ntiiicvy, -lnnmy l'unk. ht-urge XYells. :intl other lllilNlt'l'1lt'flfll7L'1llL'I's sllli- icr the ienoiuiny that all artists must cnvlurc. Friday, October 27 -Sigs cavort with siiooks zinrl witches iusual .Sig elzitt-sl .it llzillowt-'en liall liivitzltioiis :innonnce that "Hall will lic flecoratcfl with lnnnp- kin- and corn." lloolcy gathers from lies Xloines reports that slot- alreaily is. lleltifs. prcpariiig for Hallowt-'en flance. vlecorate liollse as lwzirn. Ll vcry twist jolt, wear tlieiiiselves out meeting clrooly ilatcs from the olfl home towns t"she's a nueeii, filly, you won't get to tlance witli her lwut a niinuteul at two-hit tlancv. lonimy llarnes begins tu look Ruthless. Sunday, October 29fl'lii Delt's open house for new houseniother. Dooley says. "why hlame it on the house- iiiotlierin .X'l'tVs continue Campaign to get swine time with thc pinks by feed- ing them siippcr. Monday, October 30-Stuilents roll up trousers as flclvate tournament be- gins, .-Xl'fl"s llarris antl Gottlieh have to zirgut- that Lv. 5 shoulrl not help whip Hiller, fail to put their hearts into it. lose flchatu, Scheinherg' and Coret, lan lip spouters. cast sentiment to the fonr winrls. laucl llitler, curse jews, win tleluatc. liytle while on trip beconies known :is Litllllflflifj' Cal. He must have rlrziwn ll ilush. Tuesday, October 31-tiosnelll prat- tlino about Yurrup flrownerl out by in- f Sigma Xu! just girl- ll plain olrl ilance Fi 4 -plenty oi corn, since the .Xres play. ' lwut no l,u1npkins. Saturday, October 28fl'oliticians X iii is X I t 7 A' , Q P f t is Qziiiiis 3 fire' 's,x't,:4 sfgi' 5 , 4 ii ' 17' i N- ti 't f' -Q 'Q-ab :.',0 ',,M5,s:S. , ---- - . 1 r :ii l g! '- if t " ESQ- ."" .s-' grji .5 X N. 'mi V X tt.: .,.,, L ' , fi , . 3 ft 1 6 f f we Xi. I I H52 terfraternity ilebaters. Mathews et Cie bow to logicians Beckham and jones. Beckham modestly gives all the credit to Beckham, while jones magnani- inously insists that Jones deserves it all. Mathews gives credit where due-to the jutlges. Wednesday, November 1-Rhodes proudly returns from Des Moines with Miller, Kytle, and Hall bringing up a clismal rear. Fortunately no one em- barrzisses Miller by asking him where he's been the last few tlays. Thursday, November 2-Fire trucks call on 153 Nassau Street. Jim Hicks begins training' for cross-country races, enters S.-XE House with socks in pocket and pants on backwards. Friday, November 3-Students caught with parents clown as St. ,laiues XVilfler heanis at Visiting moms ancl pops. Pi- K.X's and Sigma Chi's feverishly hide cleafl soldiers :intl week-encl revelers. Convocation anrl Dooley ain't never seen so many flull people who hope to graduate in Alune. Saturday, November 4-Parents rc- turu home and students return to :Xu- clioracte and Oaks. Those who miss Duke-'l't-cli game participate in after- math. which is why they have football games anvwav. ain't it? li. Callaway looks Io UDK election, optimistic and strives for new advertising quota. Denny warns him. Monday, November 6-M'ller tui- nounces l7l1OfOg'I'ZlDl'lCl"i last visit tO campus. Lifnnpus laughs and laughs. So does Xliller: he niezins it. Steadnian ht-ons efforts In uncover hiflflen Pct- tys on campus, Dooley suggests search for l't-tty girls, covered or uncovered. Katz simmcrs proudly as tlehaters elect him to head l'uiversity Forum. O'Don- nt-ll sighs for Few anml calls for pogrom. Tuesday, November 7-llaxter's quota plan rc-iecterl hy Interfraternity Coun- cil Maybe next quota. muses Baxter. who flt-Ciiles to make campus history in an easier way-putting black bow ties on law students. Cooper and YYeleh re- fuse to miinie lfcl Rivers, favor red suspenrlers a la Tzilmadge. Wednesday, November 8-Fur flies as freshmen rlehaters make debut in clean limory politics with Coach ,lillllily Xvil- son playing unaccustomecl role of de- fender of the honest ballot. .-XTO's elect llill Hrooks presirlent of forum, have visions of another Brannen, Thursday, November 9-XYHEEL comes out: campus is ziniazecl by Har- wt-ll's quick metamorphosis from gossip eolyuniist to creator of blankety-blank verse to literary critic, discussing' Mark Twain with as much gusto as if he had actually read a book once. CAMPUS agrees Ernie should stick to dirt or else put his stuff in the PHUENIX. Friday, November 10-Pikers, not to he outdone hy Roosevelt, celebrate their own private Easter with a premature egg-rolling. WR 1 LLW J BL -1.xL l- M: ,-,,q. -X l Fl'?0f"'7 PX 5oo'ff+f ff34 X 0Af'fQf5 R J v-"'i'4:..f "E z Q--------,--------------- fo 1 1 2111 134 NVEUW EEE ,fOOf7 fwfl fy ,T One way 'co reach the "center" goal. HHN The Peoples Chooce. In a serles of Taste Tests conducted from Coast to coast, ROYAL CROWN was the winner IH nine out of every ten. 4 ---,,------------,,--- ----A ------A -- ---------Q V lfegnow' on 'lla' -QQ : :---: :--: :----------- -v I 0 O 0 0 O O 0 O O O O O 0 0 O .04 1 digibxe Q- v wmvmumvtw- -1.-mM -my sm:---..-Q S" -sth Saturday, N o v e m b e r IIYSIIVIIY s1111ck1-11.-X'l'11111i11f11r11i1-t11r1-sin 1.1 151-Q with ,X1'll11Nlllxk' 11:11 Illiflj. .X11 1I1t'I111l1'I's tu-:tr :11111r1111riat1- 1'11stn1n1-s, i111'l111l111g 11111 17111111-w1t11 trt-111-11 111t111l1l. t'1111111-1' gt-ts 111C wrong 1111-41, t1'1t-s t11g11 111 11:11- with lfrlnn 1.1.-nis, S1111 ,Inn 1-Q11 1'--1111 flashes t1'1 11114ll1111' shww 111 lvillsl 11:111- 11-gs 111-111-11th t1X'L'1'k'l1Z11 1':1ns1- ri11t 1111 1'1-a1'l1tr1-1-. Sunday, November 12 -1'11n-1111 t'11:1r- 111tt1- 1'1L'11l11's s:1ss11-11 111111-s 111 s1-1- XXIIJII 11111111-s 11111111-111-11 1111 1111.11 s111'111-1's:1t 111111-rttity 11111 s1111s 111111114 11t1t's1I.l 1111- :1 111111111 sn 111-11 1nst Q11 11.11-11 111 X11-1-11, s 11 vnns 111g11t, Monday, November 13-tl11sn1-11 still tnlkine 111111111 Yl1I'1'1111 1'111i111.11 s111-111-1' stn1l1-nts 111-1'11l1- tht- ln n111's1- 111.111 his 1'1111nt5' tw'-11s1-111141111-11 111111111-r, st:11'1 1111- 11-15t111g 1111141 tn s1-1111 1111- 111111s1- 1111111 111 l'.11l"'111L' 211111 11111 111111 .1 11111 111111-t 11111111- 11:11Iw:13 111-tnt-1-111111-511-g1'r11-11.11111 Klau- 111411 11111-s, Tuesday, November 14 11111 X11-Nutt 111141 5111-111'v X11't'11-11111111 11111111111 s1111'i1I1- its Xl1111'1'111s11'1l1t1t1-s11t'1111fs11I'l'XX11'1'S 1111'tnr1-s, 11111 firitlin st:11'1-s 111 IIFHIIIA angrily, l111't'Lllt'11S 11111-1 snit, l1l'1I12l1141N 11r111,1f thztt it is 1'L'21l1j' Ins 111'1111I' 1A.l1I1' 1111s 11111yh11-s gt-1 1'11t1g11 111 111111-1111111 I1,111r11111111-11t Wednesday, November 15 N1-w 11ns11- 112111f:11lst11:1r1'ix'1-1111 111111-, -11 121111 11g11- 1.11'1l 1111st1111111-s 1'1't'N11lIl1l11 13:11, 1111-1111- whil1- su-111-1't111u 111-9111 1Q1-11- 111 s1t',l11l1g 111e11:11l:1::1111. K,Xk1-1111111tri11q1t1-1111-11u1s 111th 1111l1t11':11 t.1111s, 1':111r1.,111 1.1-1f1-11r1- Eb 111111 Xxrlllltlll in 11s 1'1Hic1-rs 1'1t 141'l'sl1111Zl11 11,1 .X Thursday, November 16 -XX'l1li1-11. ll1l'11S Again. S11 1111 Nll14lL'11l" st11n1:11'hs 'As A i -X 'F Q . Q-1-.cr -1,1 pf- - 1 ,--1 -W' s 'lt .M Ear.. --:X -Q :' ,. -- 1 - - 1- - - .1 , A.. bs. . .i1..-1g5xg1,,b.- F-1 ,- - -- 1 was Y Q, .-5 S1-,.-aug . , .1 :KH Ar. ...W-Q-Q: 1:5-C Y J as " 1 . -if.1f1.fL,5,:' ,,. ' '92 , if ' 1-' x" I "'-s X '- I --:M ., QQQLQVQJ--,Lai 3'--1. V -2- 4- ssl- . 1' -. f .q.0- . .. si, - 1gxN- - ': - ' fl --1. , 3 sf 73, 5, S slim-j2?f23--.Q,lf,ff5" s- is 'A R' -fi-3 12 I i base- -H-ss :r E I. 111- is .,.:SxS - 'lfx V, 25 ,H ,5':Q.t-- .- If 3 , ' - .5 -K-if '-15' 'Na ,1 - ,f Qu, gims . 3 We 1-is M ..- -T : X if ff , .1 " . -fax-.af '- 1 -P I 1, ' s, , k 1 is as Harwell rt-turns to his Hrst love- 1l1rt, Hall rhastises a1l111i11istratio11 for 111:1F1ng 1111 j1111, Bliss Hilley rctaliatcs. 11111111-s ll:11l's grztrlcs 111ll1l1C, Friday, November 17-Dr, Cox chas- tist-s 111111, t111'1-2111-11s 111111 with fascisnt. 1111- Ilils visions 111 c1111c1-11t1'ati1111 catnps, s11n11111-rs--h1- 1111105 to c011c1-11trz1te. Stn- 1ll'11lN 1l1lNN 1111 1'lay1-rs's"Mr, 1,1111 l,215NL'S 115," 11z1ss 11111 instt-arl. Saturday, November 18-liininctt Rt111111'st111, l1k'XX' 1l:1nt'1- hoss, changcs 11.1xtQ1"s 1111l11'5', 11111141-s two-hit 11211111 1-K- 1-l11si1'1-, 11111 11111 111-st1-1' still gt-ts in. 1111111-V1-1' 111-'s Z1 fairy nice 11115: Sciple. S1-wt-11, Quin. Klilwziin, other -it-1111-s 1'1111111n1tt- I1t'1XYL'L'11 two-11it 111111 l'hi l'i 1111111-1-. Sunday, November 19-l.1111g1's L-Ht '1'11111114sgix'i11g ft-ztsts, rt-Qrt-t Sillllftlilj' nitt- :ts 11'112ll T11113' tJ'l711n11cll r1-gist:-rs 1111' 11111 t1l1It1'1L'1'. Monday, November 20--l'Jax'u L'l11-w11- ing 11n1ls ts11l1y 111 fall P11111-INIX 111 S.X1i 1l21l11I'Ut5111, 111-1'1nnQs ftrst sturlcnt t11 rt-1111 it sinrt- it was DllI'lll5l1QKl three w1-1-Iss :1g11, lfvt-n Stearlinan refuses to 1-1-1111 it, 11nt 1j11CXYl1l11Q will rc-A11 any- thing. Tuesday, November 21-C:111111t1s L'ln11 1'k'l11ll'SlH l11TL'l'1I'2l1L'I'l11lj' Council to quit taking LIXYZIX its 1111-111111-rs. Fraternities 111-111' that they wztnt any of its 1111-111- 111-rs, S11-gel st-11xx1s Ili 'Van lips coin:- t11 1-11nn1'i1. livurylwcly but 1701111-y. 1'iK.X's. 211111 l'h1 131-tt-'s C11-part for 1-'1':111lts1g1x'111g 111111112121-. Wednesday, November 22-Doolt-y is 11-ft 21111110 with the Pikers. XYhat the Q Q 3"x::::'::TTTT'T""'mnNn'3 3 Complimezrfs 3 3 3 3 3 z Of z 3 3 3 WILLINGHAM-TIFT 3 3 g LUMBER co. g 3 3 3 sez, MURPHY AVE., sw. 3 3 3 3 Raymond 4323 3 3 .. ........ .. ................ .. ....... od f9999'9 ??99??999 999999999 99999 99 999999" ' 3 3 GOOD COAL SINCE 188-3 3 3 3 3 3 3 CAMPBELL coAL co. 3 3 3 3 3 Q10 Yardsj 3 3 3 s ' 2 3 3 3 JAc3son 5000 3 3 ATLANTA oEoRorA 3 3 3 3. ........... .. ........ .. ............. ...3 3Mun'"M"""""""""""""'3 3 3 er c 3 o 3 o 3 3 3 o 3 o 3 o 3 3 3 3 3 0 3 3 Q 3 3 3 The Hotel With A Garden 3 3 3 3 Located lust outside the cutys 3 3 center o3 no3se . . . 600 outsude 3 3 rooms,eac31wrt3T bath . . . Cour- 3 3 feous and effrcient servuce . . . 3 3 Amp3e parking space . , . Pop- 3 3 ular prrces in dining room and 3 3 coffee shop. 3 3 3 3 RATES FROM S3 3 3 3 3 Our Sa'rz'ic'f' for A33-Tflc' BUS! 3 3 o z 3 3 ATLANTA BILTMORE 3 3 131222::C22::::::::::::::::: ooaoo. ::---i ll 33 3, 33 I3 33 33 f"""""""""-""'"""""""" ra 3 43 3 Telephone WA3nu3 6225 I T3 3 3 eff ': 3 , , "" 4, Southernbalrles 3 1 3 I . 3 '3 ' W 3 3 33 3 3 3 Southern Duiries Ire Cream Is Sealiesi Approved 3 0 ra 3 3 3 593 G3en 3rns Drnve, N. E, 3 3 ATLANTA GEORGIA 3 3 3 A--- ----- ..... -----..-...-----..-...-..4 P' ""'"""""""""""""""13 1 3 3 3 IVEY Zr CROOK 33 3 3 0 - 33 3 0 3 33 3 , 3 3 ARCHlTIzCTS 3 33 3 33 z Q 'T 3 3 3 3 3 ATLANTA GEORGIA 2 3 3 3--------..---------..-..-------------.3 3, ........ ... ......... ...-...---.....--...3 3 3 z r ' DINKLER HOTELS " 3 . . r 3 Carlrng Drnkler, Pres. and Gen. Manager 3 o " 3 3 3 o " 3 ANsI.l Y . . Alfmrlrz 33 3 3 3 3 Axluu xx' 33.46 Ksox . . . Nrzxfvrillv 3 rr 3 xl! I 31 KNOX 33.-xx I5 . Alrrlllgurllvry 3 3 3 Sr. CH.xkI.1 s . . . Nru' Orluuns . 33 3 TL3'l'XY'Il.3 R . . . Bimziflglmnz 33 3 3 3 S.rxx'.-xNNAu . . Suuznnulr 3 3 o 3 O. HI Nm' . . . lirvuzzxlmro 13 3 3 3 ru 3 rr 3 3 3000 ROOMS IN SOUTHERN HOTELS r . 33 3 3 3 r 3 1 I3 3 l'l'Il'lltllIj' Nt'l'l'il'l' ffu' kc'-wzoh' 3, 33 3 in wzvlr bofvf 3 rr i::::o::::::: :::::::::::::----::: :::l 7 we- hell has he got to be thanktul tori Mos- nell talks to enipty walls about Yurrup. Walls leave. .Xnd that's as it should he Thursday, November 23-l'i li .Nts pitch annual brealvtasl lit-rinan, inueh larger this year sinee llitler has talven Lifeelioslotalvia and l'oland. "Hr lios- ter tioes to XX'aslnngton." with loin and llolly llewlitt, runs at the l'hi llelta lheatre. Friday, November 24 llooley feels like hell iroin too nineh lhanlqsgixing Xint thanlvtul tor a dainn thing lhe lx.X's thanltful they are rid of tiordon. Saturday, November 25--lflorenee -laekson eontinnes In block tratlnf tor days, tlllll' Ilfllile tor lilovlvs. lute little thing, hasn't isn't she? Sunday, November 26- South lieorf gia happily returns students lu .Xtlanta tl'll.,nm-ll departs for lihristinas holi- days. l'inks rejoice as Sunday night Ineal tiekets route barlt Monday, November 27 -ltewey dis- tnayeil hy discovery that lluntei' and lierry are ir-'licking in New York on tilee Llnl- expense aeronnt L.XKll l N publieation date very uneertitin as Route-ing l.thtor Nliller continues to Rtfllll' lfverybody slltfls tallsing out ol' the corner tri their llltillllls its boxing slugtests begin, l.arge crowd at hrst round niatehes watvh llill l't-nteeost danee the third no-break with lllind 'llnn liivkerstatt, whois not badly llurt Tuesday, November Z8 Vharley West and loin lfusltfl' start growing side- burns, goatees for "None XYith the Uind testivities Wednesday, November Z9 lfrosli and sophs tear otif each ivlllvfsi artns and legs but not pants--in annual massa- cre S Xl' diseovers that they eonld have saxed buying the pushh.ill. .X bone would serve the purpose just as well. lkints stay on as ilu the treshnien's rat caps, 'tilllse the sophs win. I to Il, with the help of the junior- and seniors, ten tanks. and tour anti-airrrzitt guns Thursday, November 30 Xtlllilil. fails to rollle out hut et-.its uf liopetiils do, as trlilx tappin: is antiripated llasher reported Iii have registered lov a course in Nursing Svhool in order to get in under the wire Friday, December 1 Hltli taps all those :ll ellalrel with eirltts ttll. lilli l'hi's ehortle :is llaxter linally get- in and .,, ,,,,... -. -,, . ll . sax 'mi l f" - . ' .f "1 ttt- ' . 'mfQihEme ,4 f eainpns hopes that he will now be will' ing to rest in peace, llaxter innnedi- ately yelps for UUK ipiom plan as do K.X's llunler and Callaway Violets Nliller and llarwell get laurel leaves. l'aul ll.lI'tsilL'l1l ahnost Qets neglected as Hlflfs put heads together in searell for sonn-one who knows hint. George tflary thinlts it is "Xl" lJay and he is about to he drafted, tlees front chapel in dismay .Xt Lihi l'hi ahnnni dinner, ,lohn Yoninans iletlieates"Swt'etl1e21l'tof t'hi l'hi" to Xlrs. Hyde. who was the only it-niale he would find who was will- ing lo:tt't't'1ht the tables at the Root tiar- den. Saturday, December 9--Student body begins vrainining for exams. Chi l'hi's have enough of that Lfrannn stuff already, and KK! think exanis are just sonie other tool idea of llaxter's. Monday, December 11-ltr. tiny goee herserlc as ,laek RlaeKliehael is hailed llefote lbies hitPlllllllilL'L', goes to sleep while chatting with Xlrs. lxtniseyelt, Tuesday, December 12--lnvilges give rats something to think aboutfif not to sit upon -during' Christmas in final ehastisenients of fall quarter. Wednesday, December 13-liven Clem l'owers starts studying for exains, tfllonnell, the Xliesley of the Decatur Hanks, takes the cure at Mrs. Bede's Health lfarin in preparation for cram sessions. Thursday, December 14-Press Club burdens campus with ponderous, over- weight, anniversary, Christmas editions of the Xtlrllilfla. Five thousand Emory students get in GXYTXV Ball as ushers, show ltlll paying' ball-goers to their boxes, gape at Gable, ogle at Olivia, leer at Leigh, coo at Claudette, sneer at Selzniek, rush at Rutherford, Sunday, December 17-ATO's give Christinas party for underprivileged children. KleNatt looks a lot better with a doughfaee on, take it front Dooley. Scores of lrightenerl students Hee front exams on every bus and train with earefully'eontraeted tlu eases. Tuesday, December 19i11osnell calls off exanis to talk about Yurrup. Dooley wonders why somebody doesn't call tiosnell ott. Students suffer under triple blight-exanis. tlu, and tiosnell. Wednesday, December 20-Students linish exains or vice Versa. begin getting full of Christmas spirits. lfverybody goes llttlllt' so Dooley can get a rest. Monday, January 1-Catalogue an- nounees opening of winter quarter but students retnain cold. Out cold. Mit- ehell drags over-large head in from al- coholic frolie. Usual ntunber of fresh- nien reniain at honie to be with parents. 'l'hetas digging up new explanations about their "house" lleekhatn gets things in order for spring quarter. Kler- ton liaker throws confetti in class, gets tossed out on ear, Ur a reasonable fac- siinile. Tuesday, january 2-Students truck to lllllIl'lL'lll2lllOll, trickle grows larger. Don't that trickle you? 'l'au Epsilon l'lii's legion of four capture fall quarter scholarship lead, tlllljliffilxslllg' hell out of the .Xl'fl'i's. Latter, however, point out to freshnien they still have two nten on lnterfraternity Council. Rece begins to look for Xliller. students envision an- other tiifford, begin to wonder what year the UNM PVS is coming out, Mil- x ll'l' n n When the row is extended, Cox's capacity will fall. 3' 94 X ler, contented. lr selling Iertihzer in lla- conton, which is perhaps as it should be. Wednesday, january 3-Carl llennett liecoines a parzttlox--Baptist newspaper editor, turns to redltcad, a new Hanie, for relaxation. Tip: inore than a inatch for hint. Klrs. Daniel strides into cate- teria trying not to look like a inarricd wonian, succeeds. Dckalineer heroines more and more obese, tries to hire hint- selt out as it pushliall. .Xrchcr still niiss- ine, which is also as it should be. Thursday, january 4-liunior that Archer is niarried. Posse tinrls Xliller. wish they hadnt ,lack Dashcr begins having hell of it tinie trying to live clown nanie of his nainesake. Deltino can't nlake up his niind whether to beconie a inecl or retnain a layinan, lieiievieve de- cides to remain it lab technician, but Dooley thinks she would inake a nice doc She does very well in either ca- pacity and we DH inean capacity. Ur will this niake her nied? Friday, January 5---'I'he K ,X monop- oly on tratlic black list threatened as Sigma Nllir sneak in Bob livans. Cren- shaw locks horns with stubborn stubby Stubbs for fourth time in four days in polysci, decides to take liible from Rece, liovl and the Registrar willing. liidson noses out all competitors as llarvcy's Hoswell. .Xnfl that ain't all he noses. l'ierce .Xllgood decides to run for stu- flent hotly pi'esimlcnt'y. Saturday, january 6-Xothine doing today llring lla a Broino-Seltyer and roine back tomorrow, Sunday, January 7-Potential ECA presidents attend church en masse. Same 'rssxsi , i 'Nxsss lodges have same pinks over to eat same free food its any other Sunday. l.inwood Beck looks at material like .Iiin llarron, sighs urllllblll Days ls Hone Forever." Dooley today is very inuch ll unperturbed, ll asleep, Monday, January 8-S.-XC wants to know if the lilee Club is a student ace tivity or just a lotta Dewey hooey. Hunter begins making out alihis for winter tour. Fall quarter honor roll an- nounced. XY. Covington llardee .-XK's 5.33 and buys zi key chain. Tuesday, January 9-,lohn Cline and ,lohn Royier and other polysci inajors pucker lips as the Goose announces an- other rootin-tootin institute. Wednesday, january 10-C a in p u s raises cyelash as -loe l:'hillips announces campus poets plan anthology, Dooley clidn't know there were any cainpus poets, says -loe's either an optiinist or I1 liar. Thursday, January 11-Steadnizui, who can't take a hint, advances deadline for VHOENIX script-writing contest for tifth time Sleepy Hall. ainared at two letters-twthe-editor in one week, pens half-page editorial in appreciation, The- ology conference outlaws smoking, The brethren drown sorrow in drink. Dooley rlon't snioke either, but he gets hot as hell soinetinies. ,-Xnil that's no sinoke. KAR mistake trafhc black list for honor society, elect three more men. Friday, january 12-SXIi's conunence with formality at the Driving Club. Yio- lawja. Tonnny Barnes disgusted to hnd so niany college girls there. Deltas hold house dance, Thetas still holding their hole-in the ground. Sunday, January 14-Kytle, Hutchins, and Susan Garrett celebrate a birthday. Monday, January 15fCox announces liniory pension systein. Cowart thinks he ineans old-age pension. applies. Get it? You will when you're 05. Tuesday, january 16-lnterfraternity Council discusses nieaus of identifying fraternity inen attending two-bit dances. Harwell insists that you can tell a fra- ternity inan when you see one. Yeah, but you can't tell hint much. Wednesdayhlanuary17-Rohrerleaves chop sticks at :Xces for chalk sticks at Oxford. Co-op swears its profits go to Athletic Kssociation. Dooley still thinks Capone was an aniateur, Bloye shoots four points in a basketball game, writes hoine to inother. Thursday, January 18-K.-Ys threaten investigation as Chi Phi Hickerstaff gets on black list for being ollfensive ltraf- ticly, we nieanl. liniinet reports diplo- niat Gibson U5IllllU4.l a tritle wearily at the XYHIYQEL interviewer." Hell, no won- der, Turner names eleven varsity de- baters. Hther two foruni nienibcrs go honie, llarwell niagnaniniously admits that the SAE fornial was good, links his girls nzune with that of Gosnell, He looks at the two from different' angles. 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I I I I I o-A ---F--A-:fs ,, -w.v.Q,svNWaN.sts.tv 1 i .lb .wt . .ss ks K. , is? - V .L st, at ' otha-r ash ot itsult' Nlillvr announccs colltust scclviiig at lcast ont' llvfllllf' to rlisipcr-In S.Xlf girl tru-nds in bcauly stwtioll, Friday, January 19-liinory liylandt-is got-s into training in prcpairation for Rt-- ligious lfinpliasis Xtct-ly -cuts out sonu, iliratlit' Court piiivlivs llickvrs for spcctla ing attvr llainlit. tlrrliiils and dates liI't'L'lt' at ,Xltl tornial as IllL'l'lllUlIlCiL'I' drops, llottit- tiroonit- has a ht-art of Stolluy, Saturday, January 20-l'inlcs slltgt' :irl-break, but il's no brt-ak tor thu boys and a no-break for sonit- ol' tliuin, who soon niakc xi brvak for tht- door Xanry linivry pints: XYvbb tilarkt- shines. Sunday, January Z1--KA pays for its past at last, dt-vclops pinkat-yt' Hardst- btfoins lu worry what vltt-tt that might havv on thu l'hi lim-ta Kappa uoiiiiiiittcu, Monday, January 22-liaolvs t-lvtt llutrhinson, liatf, liuptill, Sayt-i'. tllllil rcniain cxtrciiu-ly uiipurtnrbtwl, XkiL'Illllt'I'lllltll's lvn bcgins giving lnin troublo ,-Xinlcrson, liincli, lirancli pilss. tit-orgia bar t-xain, liylzuulcr passes out. lloolt-y just pilssts, Ht-ll, ills our diuc. Tuesday, January 23---1 llil Nlan XX'in- tcr sprt-ad his inantlo of whitu ovcr tht- cainpus-tcn inchus of it XYliatta nian. Snow. snow, snow. tict tht' drift? Snow list. llarwull wakcs up, dz-citlcs to writt- anotlivr colyuni about tilt-nn Xlvniorial in tht' cool nioonlight. Hugh Lasstltcr throws snowball at Dr, Stt-asliiiaii. Snowball turns out to be llctty St-wvll, Colrl-lituirtud niinistt-rs continuc hliliis- tt-rs' Nvet-k, warin-liczirtt-il lftifx cancels Religious liinphasis XX't't'k. Klarkay: "Viv can tight sin, but not snow." Honor Council flcularcs il intvnfls to ln: bcttri' publicizt-d. Cox asks lit-an XYhitc what the llonor Council is. XYhitu dt-- niands inriratoriuni to think it ovcr. Klil- lcr t'ontinut-s farm- in aiiuouncino bcauty fontest still in progrcss. Wednesday, january 24fljhi l'hi's, for a changu, throw snow instuarl ot inud at K.X's and 5gXli's, Ifinory still I 70 looks like Little Aiucrifa, Chewning elected to l'rt'ss Club, giving SiXI?S1l12l- jority. Gordon and XYcst, for a change, take piuks for a ride-on sluds. Duan ,lohnson accepts his own rcsignation. Library displays portrait with three taces, going Dr. Smith one bcttcr. Thursday, January 25kMost disgust- ing event of the wcck is Harvvc-ll's libel label of Sr-XE brother Dukes. The odor rliyinvs with the plaintiff. Editor Hall diagnoses student body as lethargic, .Xlztriiit-tl, Dan Schactcr rushcs tu Doc Ivcy's for Exlax. S.-XC outlaws dues of individual activiticsg Yatifc still has to pay. Students play and trustt-cs pray as bigwigs speak on Chartcr Day. Friday, january 26-l'ln Tlehs unter- tain at Snow llall at Driving Club. .Nr- thur XYood proudly paradus Margin- Dcklc, swcetlicart of Georgia Sigs, l'hi Dclt insidious propaganda campaign hits snag as namt- of distinguishcd brothur Rcar .Xthniral XYat Tyler Cluvcrius dis- niays XYHFHI. hvadline writcr. Saturday, january 27-Dukes rushes from nowhere to nowlivrc, looking for Harwcll. is scrn scvcral places at once. Harwell is not st-cn at srvcral plact-s. llatcs Block rushes around frantically searching for a nuw picturt- of "Little l'rcshus" 'l'itt as dcadlinc falls for sub- initting photos for CAXXIVCS booty svx- tion. lic-ckhani continuus booming Hurli- hain for studunt body prcsitluiit. Sunday, january 28-liiuht ladies in- vitud to Chi l'hi housc today, according to XYHEICL. Ncgligvnt, XYHEEI. fails to rt-port wht-tlicr they wt-rc ladics wht-n tht-y loft. Hcrtfs to happy days. Any danin fool can havc a good tiinc at night, Monday, January 29-l'uivt-rsity big- vvigs and .Xtlanta tinancicrs again launch inovvnicnt for l'nivt-rsity Center. ll. S. Nu cliainpagiic uscd in launching: lini- ory is a dry dock. Vain launclirs iuove- nit-nt, beats tilcc Club out ol town by half a wcvk. Crowd gots wild as Chi l'hi dcfcats Sigma Chi -l-l in ping-pong, lirls Phillips, Charlus Golson, john Younians plagut- hospital with niunips, Zach 'liatuni girds loins for two-bit dance Saturday night, Tuesday, january 30-ENU initiates 25. Sigma Pi's bt-gin to wonder, Coach Kloyc shoots two more points, takes rust of week off, Glce Club leaves on -Q Q Q Q Q Q Q T"'::"':::::"::::::::::::::':x:'W3 l""'::':::::::':::::'x"""""1 0 I 0 ' Q 5 BOWL at BLICKS 5 r S. xr H. X-RAY co. g 0 0 Q o l Tlu' W0r'lrf's Finest Equipnzerzz' E 2 . l 0 0 ' c 3 . 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K-ll1'XXlllIlg 1'11111111111-- 11111 111 1111-1111 111 111-1111112 Wednesday, january 31- 151-1-111111111 11 1111115 gvt- 1111 5511, g11'11s 111llls Sllllk 11111r1- 1111' sln111-111 1111111 11r1-s11l1-111-1 111-'ll 111111 l'1'1-X1111-111 111x 11511111-11 111r1-1111111 111 111-1x11ll1 yfllllll vlllI'j XXl111'l1 11r1111's 11111112 Thursday, February 1 -1'.11111111- 11-11-- l11'.111-s Nyplnlis XX1-1-11 t111l:11, LIN 11111111 111111- 1'1l111111:1l, l11111:s 1111s11'1'-. -lllll l.lIll11llN 1l1NL111l1111ll11'11 Lls 11111' 11115 ,X1l11'1'ly llL'glL'klN 111 l11lxL' l1lCl1ll'1'N lQ11s1-s .11'1- 1'1-111 111111-1s :11'1- l1lllL', l 11:111- sx11n1l1s, .11111 s11 1111 11111 1.11111111s 1.1111 llllrtllfk' 111' s1'1-111-ry 111111 l1r Slllllll 111 Hllur 'l111NYllU IIN S1L'11 111 r1gl11 11lT1'1'll11Il, 1x1sl11-s 1'lI1j'L'I'N 111111111 111111- L1 11-xx' s11-11s ,11111 31111 11111111 1111-1'1:l1l 1l11'1-1111111 511111 1111 l'.1l11.11'11s 1XXl1ll111'N 1l111n1l1s 11.111111 1111 slblllll. N11 111: C1111 1rr1t.111- 1111- 1111-11 s111111-n1111'1- 11111111-ll l1-1'111r1-- x1-11 111sl1-1-11 l1Ql1lll li11l1- ll1'!lllN 111 1'1111s1111-1' 11111111-1' u1-s1111'1-11-111.1111-111 11111111111-1'l11-s L'lk'11l11l 1-111111r l'11111 l111l1ls 11111 111r11l1lx. X11rs1-N S1111 1111111111: 11111, 11111 Friday, February 2 1451! N11 1-1-11 I'1'lllr 11l1l1ls 111 1,111 111-11 1111'111:11 1111111 111111 1'1' 111l1l1- 111 l1l'IX'lllQ 111111, 1r111 11111 111-11 111 11111111111--, -111111 11111 11111 111 X111'l111r11u1- 141-s1111 1'111n1111s,l1-11111 lik! 111111 u111111 lllllK'.ll11sl1lQ1ll111' 811111111 XE, Saturday, February 3--1111111-r -111111-J s1s11-r ins 111 11111-1111 1l11n11- 11111l1- alll- ll1'lllN l11lQ l,.llXllI 5121llNl'll 11'1:ls llllylllj l,111x'1- Will l'1-11-1's11n la 1'1ul11 11111111 1111111111 - X111-1, .11111 sl11-sl,J111-1-11111 1111 ixlllj. 11':1 111-1:11 Sunday, February 4 181111-rstuln 111111- 111-rs. l,1llllllILl11 1-nc1r1-11.-N XX'l1lf1il. 1-111 mm,,,11 .Q-1 1111'1:1l 111111 r1-11 l11'llL'1l llllll l1l2lt'L'N 11 1111 thx! 111-sk f11r 111111 -111'1'1-ssix'1- 111-1-k. Monday, February 5- Al-1z11'1v1-ll 111111 1711111-s l11ss 111111 11111111--1111, just 11111 girls 111111 111W 111111 111111- 111 11111111--1111 Silas l11'1-:11l11- sign 111' 1'1-li1-1 :1s 1111-5' 1lisc11x'1-1' 11 XXLIN just L1 lrig l111:1x 111 11r11vi1l1- Z1 l1l11'l 1'11s1- 111r 111111111 1'11nr1, Lllllllilli ls 11111111 111111 s11r111'1s1- Tuesday, February 6'-S1lX'L'fr11'i1I 111141111 111- xx11n'l run 1111' XY1llClfl. 1-111- 1111'sl1111 11111111-1lg1' 'lL'ClIlk's 111 Wurlf 1111 XX'lllfl-il. just 111 1'11s1-, 1.1-:11111-r11'11111l 111-- 1'11l1-s 111 1x11rl1 1111 L1111111-1lg1-, 11111 Illlllis 11N 1.1r 11S Il g111-s. X111l11ng 11'11rl1s 1111 l.1'L11l11'rxx111111. Wednesday, February 7-'l'l11- hlllfli- -1111 gals :1g1'1n1f1- 1,-lllllllllx 11111z11g1,111i71- '11111' l.ll1l'I1T1 S1'l111111 115' XYL'l1lAl1lg 1111111- 'W-'vhwne-1 Thursday, February 8-filce Club li- nally lCElYL'S with Harwell pro111isi11g Z1 l-Il"lQ 111111111grapl11-r frmn xYElSllllIgtOll 1,1111 Xxvlllilllg wri11kl1-s IIONL' in practice f1,1r li11n111'1l11l1 Macon 111111 11l10tOgr1111l1er. H11t1'l1inso11 QFOOIUS lllllNl.2lCllt'. Givens Hexbs I1lllNC1CS. 111-ckl111111 niisreacls XYH 1f1fL st1,1ry, thinks SKC is going to 11111'1'1'l 1115111111 of 111111111 llllll, hooks ride XX'l1l1 lllec Club bus. Clllllllilii begins 111 111111111-r wlwthcr Cox can read. Friday, February 9-Chi L'l1i's share 1l1u W1-altl1 111111 11111 111111111 at f11rn1al. 1111111 11e11n11-s from 11112111-11 in lJ2lllOOl1S- Cltlll l'11w1-rs picks up CllUllgll 111 buy Ins 1lz1t1- ll 1l1111e, li1'cryl1111ly wastes in- 1ern1iss11111 Ylflillg l111l1l1y-l11,1rs1-s. ,-Xrcliie 'lx11ll11-rt ri1l1-1 1J1nz1r by niistakc, Or w11nl1l j'U1l call tl1:11 21 nnstake? 11111-111-11111nu s111-:111-rs again 111-:111 H11- 111-11111-11111-1' 11111-r1'i1-ns 1111-11 s1'l11111l 11111- 4ll4lJ1l1,'N Xllw Si1111111- s1111-s Rlk'I'1 11111-:1'r 11:11 nu 1111 111111 11111111 111111111111 1'11rr111111', llllN1llli1'N llllll 11111' 1'X111'1'1llll1 1:11111-r, 11111- s11l1-S 111111, :Ri t lifil 1 Saturday, February 10iStliSU11-1ll1- 1'11ns1'11111s Vikers, who 11l1s1-rv1'1l Easter Ill 1111- tall, gn sen11-11rtl1111l11x 211111 cele- l1r11t1- St. Yz1l1-1111111-'s 1,215 11nly four days 21111-:111 111' tin11-. -l11l1ns11'1n 1leri11cs 111 rc- 1'11s1- HDK, if any I72 , ff ff fmrM x 6 B, 60-R9 4 ff , 45A i W j 5. . , V! Q 5 Q- I s ei 1' . 'N X in 1 Au , A X 'E YVSOELE gSl:Db Y in , 'Aff W 46 .,- I . , I , fjxy R , ,- ' 'Ci il N 1 X Kia? IMPERIAL I vain DRXNK M SHOES 54,75 F2041 M' ISP Sfbzfgfzgfff 06 S 'Pi H' This is Mew's idea. l72l Sunday, February 11--Ih'It2ts, like iitIicrs, IioIfI Iiut sup, Iikc ytvu kiicw tlicx' wwulrl. I'iuks lit-ciuiir ilt I 1 Ttslllll, cztgcrly aiiticiiwzttc Xaluutiiit- tImx't-rs. Monday, February 12-IiL'.X umiii- ll2tIt's "'IuiI:ts" Ilctkltztiii fur Ill'CNIlIL'IIL'j' :mil L'Iii I'I1i's I1wItI piwiyur of tliauks, Im-t'kIi:iiii buys at I!iImIt' :tml at 1vsatIlt-r, sIIlI'Is saiiuu graft- ztt uit-ztls IICVIQIIJIIII atlsii Ist-guts apimiiitiiig civiiiiiiittct-s Tuesday, February 13-ICNH NICXYS vmiics wut, Iftlitor Silvcrstviii Iigtri'icgt4It's IiuiisuIt. I-Itirt-iicc -IltCIisi,xi1 :It-uiaiitls Im- Iicc escort, NYIIICICI. circiilrttimii tuziu- xtucr I'v:tcirt'Ii txikvs tliv xx cvk HH, IQy1Ii'. ili1HI0sl, IuIusIit's :tt sllltvlllvlll that Iit- if 1-ulititutii, Iwgius tt-vt-risIiIy iilmiuiuig for I .V . . -prius, Iiilly Iizttvs vytw II:iyt-rs prvsi- flt-iicy. 1In't'i1Ics tw uw In wurk :ui tfXXI- , . . . . I I 5. iust iii mst- Iit- gt-ts t-Ivt'twI. Cztui- iius wuitiiiiivs iiiipcrti1i'Ivt-II, cxccpt ulivu it 1-gh-s thc .I2tCIisUli tavtimi. Wednesday, February 14,0-Ilickt-rs iui- tiziIt'rI into tit-ruiztu sucivly, Iwgius to nyc UDK. tfztiiiiitia t-you Iiickcrs, uislics it uvrc IiIiiitI 'Ili kt-cp in Iiuc S 1 :QQ uith I'IIt,lI'.RIX policy, Maru-Iliis au- il0tiiitx's INlNIIN7IlL'IIIL'IlI of Cartuon C011- lt-st. Lliiiipiis just Iatts. Sir Hubert XYiIIQius. who visits tltc poles Ivy every uicaus liut kirlilic-cars, speaks to IXIcI.cftu .Xsstwiittiuil tztuil flaiuu tt-xx' Otherst tiu cxivltiriiig. I.:tuurIou Quin asks for into mi limi' to uxplorc iu wiht-r areas, Thursday, February 15-Fruut pgigt' X .- md Q X0 I W.Q,X,,,' "if, uiu?" Stwiigcl CUIXIIIII tru Imztck mags is I wiiit-ry iu XX III'.I'.I, Qtsksi "XYIi0r0's Fr- I I l7al ivarcrli ULQUIIICNNIUIIQ of a Glu' CIuI1 Catnip-I7uII0u'cr." 'I'Iiztt's tlit' XYHIQHI- for ywuz its frwut page rIwcsu't IKIIUXY what its Imck page is fltiiug, Hs tI1c uIrI saying gums. IIztrwt'II ctuifcsscs Iic Inst truly Iiis siiitrztst- in XYasIiiugt0u, 'IIIizit's si gtjiiul sigu Im Ii:trI to Iutvv iu 21 Iiurry. as fIi1I k4Iiickt'u Iluttrztui mtv uiulit, Iiut init Irmii XY:isI1iiiutiui. Ifauuiug NliIat- tt-rs XX III'.IzI. :tufI IiuIIt-tiii Iwuaiwls tcII- iug tlic csimpiis Iiuw IIll1l'Il it wants Ifrc-rI XYariug's snug. Cauipus iiiicuiiviiiccrl. XYHICIQI. rulziiililx cziuipiis clrctioiis iu iliq imftiuu, XYIiat zt Init? Iitzt Sigma I'si cxplurcs cttiiipiis politics, carvfiilly ax'wirIs sayuig II zuiytliiuu that will tuztkc :tur- Iimly uiatl, JI ztuytluug. XYztIIy Stewart 1It'cifIcs tu Tlllt fur the I'II4JIfNIX. Friday, February 16-tilctf Club cuiiius Iwztck, slimvt-rs ring Hurt- uiurc. Ifrmu thuir sturit-s, thc statu of Yirgiuizt ought tu cliaugt- its uauic. Cauipus st-ctlios mm-r t-miirm-t-rsy abuut xx'IictIit'r Iiuitiry sIiuuIrI gt-t Iiclwtl iii swiuiiuiiig nr Iwttskt-tIiaII Doug .XCUsl2t scctlics that ,Jia A .1 ' ' z I. :Q Ax , Q I .-I' if 9' N ' . I ,I ' 'an 1 IJ ' It .iz '-, 1 l V -X 4 ., QNX -, wifi ff, .- AA f s ' ' ', tau 3' lc'-gf's-y'e -L'-Iii I , - ,.: wriiwsf- fa at -, -G -pai' . "" .15 'f-"T fl- I-if ,"l!f7'.P, 71 - J ,W .as-- . -s s. .s.s"9r,, .s ar' ""-:fri-'.. -4 su., s'-'-is-i',,,,., X -at si. . '.ks..Aa..nb,. fu, .,a.r..t.s... EVERY HO SE, NEEDS wegsrmcnouse N ' lf 1 P ' E 1 J Q X gf L fwfw 2' KITCHEN-PROVED REFRIGERATORS, RANGES AND OTHER HOME LABOR SAVERS l75 1 S11 1 1111- s11111sl11-rs 11:11'1- 111-1-11 s11111l11-11 111 1111111 s1r1'1111-1. Htlllkllt' l2111l" 11r111111sus 111' 11111 11'1' 111 Q1't 1111- LY11lXk'l'rl1j' C1-1111'r 111r 1111- 1'11g1- 11-11111, 11 :1111' Saturday, February 17-1i1X's 111111111-r 1111111 111 1113 111111 1111111'11's 111111 XY11111-r. s11 1111'1'11 1111114 like 1111K 1111111-ri111, 11 21113, 11111111-1 11111'111's 1111-1'1- 2111111 1111 111111111111 111 111111 11r1'11111-111, 11111 111111111111-111 1'11r Xxvllfltl' 1111 lfL'.X 111'csi11c111 g11i11s 11111- 1111-11111111 11s 111-1111111111 1llL'L'1Q 11111r1- 111-11- 1111-. 111111 51, -1111111-s 111ss1-s 11111 11 11111111111 11'1111 1-1 1-ry Q11111- 111 1111- ,1.1111'1111l. Sunday, February 18-1111111-1 111111 111-1141111111 s111111111'11-rs 1111'1111g 1111-1111 X11- 111111'1111. 1.11111-1' 1r11-s 111 11r1111- X111 11, 111 111111111 11i111 11111r:11', ,X1111-11 1'1j11'111-r is 1111- .1 11111 11.511111-11 111111111 13111 1111- L'l'k'21lll 111 11111111 is 1111- 1'111-1-s1- 111 1111111'1r1'o11', Monday, February 19-111111111X 111111rs 11111 Xxlliflllg 1111- 1'111111111s 11111 111111 511-1111- 1111111's 311111111 gi1'1- lla lltll 111111111 1111-s1- 11r1-111T1si1i1111s1 D11111111' 111111 111111111us 111111111 lllil' 111 111-at 1111f1111111' R111 lf111111i11u's 11111111-. Tuesday, February 20751111111 131-11 11c- 1'1'1111i11g tircrl 111111-111g 1116 11111111111-st girl 1111 1111- c111111111s. 11111-1'1'r1111-1'11i11' L'111111ci1 111-111i1111s 1'r1-11' Cox 111 1-X11-1111 Frater- 11i11' l11lXY,1lH 1i.X's111111 S.X1f's 11gr1-1- 111111 1111-1' 11l1lN111.1 11-t 11111'111i11g 11111111 111-1111-1-11 1111-111, 11111 1-1'1-11 1111- 1'1111-s. 111-111111-rs 11-11111 1111 11111r, 1'111111111s s1u11s 111111 r1-111-f, Wednesday, February 21-1f11111'11-11u1- 1'1111111111es 111 1111 1.1-111111-r11'01111 s11111g1-. K.X's 111111111' F1111 1111111-r :1g11i11s1 111114- 1111111 1'11r 1fL'.X. 2l1'lL'I' 1-31-0111111111 11-11s 1111111 111- 11111111 11'r1111g 12111 j'L'lil'. 1111111-1'1 s1-1-s 1111111- Q111111111-1'i11g, 111-01111-s 111 11rg1111iz1- 1'I'1'N11j'1t'IA1llI1 gr111111. 111111 111111-s 11'ics 111 11ri111' X1a1'1'111 111 1'1111 fur 11111 l'11111f- X1X, S1111-1's11-111, Zl1I1'l" 11'11r11111g 11-11r 1111 1".XX11'1'S. 1lL'Cl11k'N 111- 11111-s11'1 l1L'k'11 11111 11ri11111g, :1111'111i11g is 111-111-1' 1111111 1111- L ,XK1 1'1 5, Thursday, February 22'-XY11s11111g11111 11215 11ir11111a1. 1'11i 111-1e 11111'111'1s 1110 s111'11c1's 111111 Ur. C1111111111-11. 1111r111-Q 11r- 111-rs ll g1'1-1-11-s1ri111-11 l11-rri11g1111111- 111-1' 111 1'1111lr11s1 11'i111 his 111-11' 11r1111'11 1111-1-11 suit, 11111111-1' 111111qs 111 111s ,ll1l1l111l1l111lll-111 1111111 111'1'r11u1- 111111 sighs, 11111cs ll 1111111 111 11:1r111-1- 111111 11111-s11'1 1iL'L'1 S11 111111 lll.1L'I' 1111. 151l1llL'j' fll'1'l11k'N 111 111111111r11111is1- 1111 11171-Q, 1315, 111111 1'111 Sigma 111111 X1i111111 151,1- g1-r11'111 0111iu1-s 1Y1'1lf1f1. 111111 11111-rush ing 2'1k'L'Ollll1 111 11111111115 C111 1'11i 1111111-tes , , +, - tml 111 s11'1111111i11u 111111 gulf. 1"111111111g 11'r11cs s111111- 111111'1- lius 211111111 Xxliiflllg, Coilley 11'1'i11-s 11'11111r1- 1111 lillllllj' p1111e1's, says 121111 11111 1111 11111111-1' 141111111 11111t's 1111, 1',1:1 5ig11111 l'si 11s11s i'XY112l1 111 1111- 111-11 1s 1111- 1fL'.X?" XY111', 1101-s, r1-1111-ms 1ll'1' 111111' 1' 1111 got 111111-11 12121 5lQl11Zl 1's1f Friday, February 23 s- Eight XY1-1 E1-11.1 1111-11 11111-1111 11111111111-1 for 1q2lj'lll0lN1 1111113- M.e A K1 ,1111 T'mmm"mmmmMMWMMT 2 SAM M. PAUL H. 2 E CARSON 3: DOBBINS I I Gt'lll'I'lIl Agvllfx E 5 5 I I I I I I T I , I , T 2 AhTNA LHTIL TNSURANCL CO. 2 2 soI.II WILLIAM-OLIVER BLDG. 2 I I I .......... ........................... - .I T"""""'"""""'N""""'""'T I I I FULTON SUPPLY COMPANY 2 T T I I I Industrial, Textile, ContI'actoI's I I . , I 2 Supphcs and NL1CI1ll1C1'X' 2 5 5 I ' I T I I MAIIT 3400 3 I 342 NELSON ST., sw. I 2 ATLANTA GEORGIA 2 I I I- ............, - ....... - ............. -4 f""""""""""""""""'N"'T T T E THE ATLANTA STOVE I I T T g WORKS, INC. 2 T T I II2 KIO3 SLICCL, N. 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I I I I I L - ---------------------------------- UNDERWOOD-ELLIOTT-FISHER COMPANY MI1I111fI1I'f1m'I'5 TX'If1iXx'RITrIgRs zz ADIJING MACHINES Acc OUNTING TXTACHINES, ETC. ----------------------------------- ---------------------------------- HALF CENTURY IN ATLANTA McCORD-STEWART COMPANY IYXIPORTIZRS, ISLENIDIQRS IIITII ROASTERS UI: COTTLIS L--------------------------------- '----------------------------------- DUNLAP and COMPANY lrI9LIIaITCC SIVTCC T395 XXX II IXNITIIIX, IR , H III NNY I IIIIXY , IIII XX.XlIlIi I XXNIIIIIX , T XLXIWIHIHN S, XLXNSIX . 4 II XX li IUIXII , , CFIVTIAICT BLIIICIIVVS ATLANTA GEORGIA L ---------------------------------- -- -- --- ---- 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -A 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -4 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 4 P-------------------------------------- I I I WILLIAM D. THOMSON AflTTI'11IjT' uf Lau' CLASS OF 1895 Suite I-T30 CarIdIer BIIIIOIITI3 ATLANTA GEORGIA 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ---- - -- ------ -----------------------4 elainnng to he on speaking terms with Dooley. XYilfler heats Beekhain in hot lCC.X election, just like Dooley feared. Dooley had wind of it in advance. Ar- ehie Tolhert consequently eleeted presi- dent of l'I'CilU'lCI'l?lllS. Friday, March 1wMatht-ws elected lfortnn head, polities heeonie respect- ahle, l'layers give "Our Town" helore wilrlly leering erowcl, if any. Saturday, March 2--tilee Cluh sere- nacles liyrfl anrl penguins at South l'ole. reaching new low. Chi l'hi's give Mrs. .,Xl'liXYl'lgllt a rlehut party hut no ehanl- pagne. Not even heer, Unly tokens, Sunday, March 3-Silverstein deeirles To run tor C.XNll'l.'S. Monday, March 4-SAC takes it all haek ahout haskethall. decides not to have it after all. CUttine'liain, Gordon, lllaek et al. grieve. Myers rushes to write indignant letter to Ephriain. Doug .Xeosta takes a juhiliant swiin in the pool. Milton lirlgerton mentions a few more Chi l'hi athletes. Tuesday, March 5-'l'heta's mansion heeoines a reality: Thetas heeoine a re- ality: what realists we are. .Xrthur .Kn- rlerson eleetefl night clerk of the house, nienihers talk ahout taking in hoarflers. lfarl l"hillips and Trinip frolie in new eellar, rleeirle it won't he sueh had place to spend rush week in. Wednesday, March 6fSilverstein :le- eiiles to run for l'Ht PEXIX. Constance Knowles wakes up in rlass, gives l't'of. l'uller an awtul start. Thursday, March 7-llarwell tells what students :lo in Chapel. llow the hell rloes he know? Corel einharrasses hell out of politicians hy minding his, own husiness. Friday, March 8-S.Xli's tloat away llrivine Cluh at annual Founders' Day llrawl llaker anfl Dean, lnoney lost in het on .'X'l'tJ-SAIC haskethall game. have to stay soher-all alone. .'Xlil'i's grooining Charlie Harris-for what? Sunday, March 10-Theta's postpone open house heeause of nnul, hut Gold- stein rifles flown anyhow. Dooley rlifln't C, "id Z' .' 1 I ..NX.....Qx 8 .., e un... -M, X 'x"'i:P'-1, NA Pull it up, l'm no communist. S .F 1 gg A uw li ' 1 'Q Y silt , 1 . 'XRXSNSQ 1 - 1 N' 'R 4' X MJ 4 1 1' 1-.11 'x 'T Aj. .... Q 41" T 1111113- 'QF' Wh- '- 'if' 'x 1- ',- '1--xi ,r' .XM 2' f. ',,. .-A-f-J . 1 Wig 1'- Ng..-f'ae--Q V 551138, -.Y'ma. 1.-5 . W, K, 1 ."1 'if 1-1:15 1111 - .1 11 .f'1gQ.g3""' mx. N. A 'wg' - sl: kv. ,ark 11111111, 11-11111 11.111 111111111111 1'1111111:11u111. Tuesday, March 19'-f 1'11r1-11 111111111 1111 Thursday, March 28-171-1-1111: 1111 112111 111:11 1111- 1'111 111-111 111111-1-11-11 1111111111 1111111 11111IQN 111 1111111i 111111111 11z11'11111. XYIIIQICIXS 111-11' 1-1111111' 1115111111111-N 111:11 Monday, March 11- S1111-H11-111 111- 1'1111111g11:1111 11k'211IN 111111:1g111- 11:1r11'1-11111 1111111 1-1111111115 llL'k'11N 1- 111- l'11x. 1.l'2ll1l' 11111-11.111111 1',.r1',11l1'L'51 11111111 11.1117 11111111111111- 111111 1'11r NflI41L'l11 1111111 11r1-N1- 1-r1111111l Q11111111111151-X R1111111 11111111 111 N1:1rt 1111111111 1111111-1 1-1111111111 111111111 111111 Kirk 111-111'1 1111111-1' 111-1-11111 111 111- 1111 S XC. N1-V11-N 111 1111r1'11r 11r11ur:1111N, 111-ll. 2l1ll'l 11 111,71 .1,r111: 11.1111-1-,l 111,,11,1,111',1, 11111-1-. Wednesday, March 20-vg1L,1U1m1m 1.1-111111-V1111111111111'1'i1111'1-111'111g11111l'1-111137 Fl1'1L11 11-111111111 1'1:1r1' 111111 1-Q114111 r1-111111-. 1111-1111 111111111f11,111-111' 1'1'Il11'ZN1X 11111 Frida? March 2971121191 '1l'f1111'1-11' 111-111111 111 Q11 111 1111 11:1111'1-N 1111111-g1r 1111N 111-1-11 S1-1'1-1111-1-igl11 1111-11 111 1'1111 1111' SKC, 11'1111'11 ix 1111i11- 1-111'111g11 111r Wednesday, March 13 1'iXlHl1N 111-3111 Nl'JlT1'11 1111' Il 11111 r1-1111r1 1111- I1z11'1'1-1"- --1111111111 1 11 1111111xg11111N 4117 1111111-1111 V11111 11111111- 1'1111rx1,-1111111111-1111111r:11'1'1r1-11111. S1-11-11111 Monday' Apnl 1r51115'- 31"'11' V5111' 111111 1111111111-.11-1111111-11 11111-1 111' 1111, 1-11111 1'ri111111'N 11-11113 tlr-1 11111K 11'1'111r1'. 11111. -11111111 2111111 111-U11 ll1l'Y1k'Nll'l1 111 NIX 111111111-1, 1-1,1111-friyln, 111111111112 11. g1-1 111111111 XY11111- 111111- 1111111111g1'111111 11111- 1111111111x,X1-11111111111111-z111N1:1r111111:11x 111111' 111111 1.11r111111. 11l1l11lN 111-1'1-r11, NII1' 1-1-rlx 111 XY1-11111-111111. -1 11 x111XXll1l1 111111 1'f1'1'1'1'x 151111-'11 1'11'111'11'5'- 51N'11rC5 1-um' 11'r- 11111'-111111111 11I'L'NNllI'1' 1'11111 111 111-1'1111- 1101111-1-11 1111-1111 N11111-11 111111 hc! 11" 1""'1- 1 1 A Thursday. March 14 .X11111111'r 11:11. '11N1111911k"11'xk1- Tuesday' Apru 2714-1 wws '11"11'11N 111111111-r 1-111111. 1111111111-r 111-:111111-111-, :111- Thursday, March 211 '.11U411lj' 1- N1'1'1I1Q 11 '11"1119'd' ""1f"' rUl1g1U11Y1'V'U IMD' 11115 ,,1111,1. If tmblll' 11Wk1mml 11111111111 M A11 1,0011 119111111 111.111 k11V1,111w r1-11211111 1.111114111111110 Friday, March 15-5111111-1111 f11rg1-1 X1L'Jll'111Q 1'11z11N X1-111111 N1ilI'1H XYIIIQIQ1. 111111.11 R1?I'I:I1?Iyt1CLll.m1m11l. 5'?I"111liUlyWy 1x,1111N. 1r11111- .11 .X111'1111r11g1- 111111 1111111 1-:111111:1ig11 111 1,-11111111-11 N11r111g 111111111111 911 I ' ' '. 117111151111 fun, 95 '11 1""'1'f'1"""" 11217"131111111l"111f11lf.111'1'.1"1f11f11O-11111111 21121 Saturday, March 16 8111111-1111 r1-- Friday, March 22- Hu-141111111 111-av Us W, t1m1lm111A 1 1' 1 1111.-111111-rl 1-1111115 111ru1-V1 :111N11c1w1 1'11rw 1111111-r 111 11111 N1L'1l 111 1'1111111-1. L'1111111gA Wednesday, April 375111111011 Mmm 511111-. 1111, M111 .11-1111s1111, 211141 t:111- 1111111 111141 11111171-1' 111 N111'11111r1 111111 111r 1-Ur Www to 11U.1iMm1ml f1mlmCrau, 35 Sunday, March 17- '1'f111.XY IS 11I'L'N111L'l1T 13111, 1:M.1cNUH -UVQU1 tu run for Qtnrdcnl N1'111N11 111i1.1,11l1Y Wednesday, March 27-SKC 111-1-1111-1 1111113' 111-1-11111-111. Monday, MSTC11 l8f511ri11Q 1111ar11-r 111 1-1i111111z111- 11111 111111rc R11111-rx. awk- Thursday, April 4-111-1-1c11:1111, 11111171-1' "I'1'11f 11111 111111-1 x11111.1'X1'f1 Q11 111-rc 1'1111x11111111111 1'111111111111-1- 111 111':1f1 111'-1a11 King 1101111111111-11 f11r 11r1-f111c-111. 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I M'"m'M""'mMM""""N'm'7 5 FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 3 o . , z 5 D A H L S 5 5 Aflazzhfs Lljtltllfllg Flnrixf 5 4 s 3 SAM NORTON 3 3 R rrcscrtahvc :yr EW-wv CV' 0 v 3 3 Three Smrex to Serve You 3 3 rw PEACHTREE WA, ms 3 5 uso PONCE DE LEON ve. Sm 0 0 ANSLEY HOTEL JA. 4045 3 s E222 --:ff: :fee---T T AA:::: o:::::::::::i - C A M P GRADUATE SCHOOL Clegg, XYilliain josiah. Hartstield, Ernest l'aul, jordan, ljeorge Edwin Keller, james Lloyd , Moore, Dan Connell, Pendley, Robert Lamar, S Sowell, l'at 1?-lacksliear, Hornet, Vaughn Davis, Chl, Charles Harrison Matthews, Mary jeanne Shealy, 'l'homas Andrew. jr. , N, 48 , N, Sb S, -15. -18, -W. 5o,r--1,111-1 , ol H .5-1, 70, llll, 135 S, 25, llll N, SN, 51? S, -18. 51,104 57 , 711 GRADUATE SCHOOL Alilredge. Ernest XYilliani Ansley, lirarlford , ,X shmore, Charles De Lt meh lrlanrly, Ulie Sherman Flarnes, Robert XY:ulilell. ,l 1' llartlett, Marcus , . . . luasinski, Daniel ll. .. ,,,, ' ls, 74 Heacom, Mrs, Mary Cecilia Hell, Robert Lucian ,, l-Zell, Mvalter Stewart liillinghurst, Henry lfslwiu Holden, Mrs. Yirginia XYafle llondurant, George Xxllllllllll lfireinin, tioodwin Milton llrooks, john -l. ,, , j asper llrown. Hilton llrown, Horace Dean, Campbell, john Milton Capps, Shirley Thornton Carlton, Ethel Carter, Morris Cockrell. Ruth ,, Culbreath, Yirginia Dixon ' ' Edwards Elizabeth DelX'itt tulver, Lewis Daniel. Virginia Corless D Eidson, loin Moore Friedlanrler, Helen joan Haines, Frances Clarke tiaines, Farah lfrances fiates, Cornelius XYhittelsev V lireene. Ethelfrida , Grizzarrl, Yernon lownes. Haggart, Adele Turner Harris, Emily Carolyn Harrison, Kathleen .Xila R, 70 JU 48 s, 75. 1111 UxN 51' 8 jr, Harvey, john 1Yilliam Dillard .. all Horton, Martha Louise jackson, Cecil ll. johnson, XYilliam A. johnston. Hzwel Ellen jones, Evelyn jordan, Mildred McMillan Kuniansky. Adele Latimer, Mrs james Robe l.eMay, fieraldine Lipot. Charles ,Xnthony Lovejoy, Clyde Lozier, Ida Marie lladuett Marshall, Martha Hunter Mcllwain. Ernest l'inckni McNair, David tiene MacRae, Douglas Grillin Miller, james Raymond Mitchell, james Rufhn Moysello, Alfred Romeo, .lr Murphy, Edith Catherine Muse, Frances McDowell Nicholson, liernice liraves flswald. james Lawton, jr l'arker, Lilla Mallard l'atterson, liernadine Tracy l'atterson, Charles lvey, jr 1'ower, Marian , , '::Pritchett, Sara Dickinson Redwine. jeanne lYilson "Spring quarter, 11130, rt -18 .V 8,-10, 53, 111118, lll.2 lr-l . fi-l US DIRECTORY Reinstein. Cecil Reid ..,.,,,,.,. Roberson, Robert Earle ,,,,,,.. Rogers. Earl Kenneth ,, Rogers, Ruth Elizabeth Rohrer, Robert Harry, Rowe ' sstr. Iaul ,,.,,....., , .l,, . Sayer, jot Orlando ,,,.,,,,,,,,, Schill, jean XYing'ate ,, Schneider, Virginia Stanbery ',,, Schwartz, Maurice ,,,,,,,,....,..,.,,,, Selnian, Selma Harbara ,,,,,,,,,,, Shivers, Forrest Thomas ,. , Silver, Louis ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., Snyder, Marjorie Lucile,, ,. Stanford, Henry King Stokes, Eli" Stubbs, Taylor, Edward Roy. jr .,,, .. Taylor. Turner, XYaites, XYalker, XYalker, NY , ise May ,,,,, , ,, Harry Manning , Lillian 1'ierpont Frances Denise ,,,,,,, llennett Taylor, jr. , Anne Rodgers Marella ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ard. Dona Matthews XYatkins, XYillian1 Mark ,,,,,,, XXI-lborn, Sam jones. jr. XYillard, Samuel L., 11 ,,,,,, , 1Yood, Ralph Mvillett , XYooc1arfl, Genevieve, ,,,,, XYright, Margaret Osborn ,,,, LAW-SENIORS Anderson, l'aul Henry ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 87? 1211 U "f"'iiiQi5S,i7ii. 7-1 8 Stl MSO 57 111,100,135 llranch, john Ellison ,,,, , lll, 48 Calts. Erwin Campbell, jr ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, . H155 lfinch, Henry McKenzie, ,,,, ,.,,1ll,1ll1i Freeman, lien Rosser ,,,,, ,lll, 58, 1114 Hill, Roy Lee ,,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,,, ,1l1,54.12ll,137 johnson, Henjamin Franklin, jr,,, 111,11-1 McClelland, john Edward ,.,, 10,-15,fi4, lllfv Metiowan, Clement Leo ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 111,11-l Meir, Duval Matthew ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, . . ..,,,,,,, Shaefer, XYil1iam Griggs. jr. ..,,,,, ...,, , Spigel, Helen Solis-Cohen ,,,,,,,, , Styles, Raymond, ,,,,,,,,, ., . LAW-JUNIORS Adams, Thomas Dickson ,. ,.,,,,,,,, 111.11141 lll lllock, Stewart Lester ,,,,,,, Byrnes. Esther Ewan lll Davis, james Yarner , Dukes, joseph M'arreu ,,,,,,,, . Harrison. Samuel G. ,,,,,, , Howard, Carl XYiley ,, , jones, Francis Gilchrist , ,,.. Langford, Berry Franklin, jr. , , Lipforrl. XYright XYilliam, ,,,,,, 10.54.1311 McClure, james Hulsey ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, l ll Rives, Sydney Brown. jr. , ,, Rolleston, Moreton Mountforrl. jf -13. -W Scott, Melvyn A .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, , ,, Smith, Bruce Macon ,,,,, , 111,135 Smith. Charles Dixon ,,,,,,,, ,,Y, , Smith, john M'right ,,,, V ,. Tyson, Samuel Eugene, ,,,, ,,,, 5 3 lYatkins, 1Villiam Turner, jr. . , , M'hite, Cilenn Thomas , Yancey, Edwin Francis ,,,,,,,, . LAW-FRESHMEN liickerstatt, joel Hurt ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,., , ,, Cooper, XVarren Clyde .,,. .. ..,,,,, , H H lfleisher, Louis ,,,,,,, ,,.,...,,,,,,,,, , ,.,, , Gazelle, Edward john ,,,,,, alll, 58, 50, fi-l 12,911,110 jackson. Vera Lee ,,,,,,,, , . ,...,, , joiner, james 1Yright ,,,. ,,,, , ,, 10 jones. Charles Raxter, jr. ,, 111,-13, 07 72,011 93 Kaler, Irving Kohlman ,,,,,,,, .. 72. SU Katz, Israel ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 6 7, 30 Neel. Robert XYillia1n, jr .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Pcdrick, NYilson Gradv ,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 0,104 Rudder, james Maelin ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 ll,o1, 104 lYelch. james Bronson ,...,.,,,,,, 1ll,58,07,1l1U SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY Adams, Marvin Harrison .,,,,,, Alsobrook, M'illian1 Aubrey ,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 12 Alsworth, XYilkiuson Boylis ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,, Armbrister, George XYil1iain ,,,,,,,, 13 Barker, Evan Green ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 3 llarksrlale, Edwin joseph, jr, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 13 llarnes, Carlton Everett ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 13, -19 llarnes, Ernest Mobley, jr ,,... Harrett, Henson Cozbyh, , Hell, Richard Randolph ,,., ,, Boggs, Robert Charles ,,,,,,,,,, lioleyn, Charles XYheatley ,.... , lloozer. jack Stewart ..,,, ll, lloulware. Charles Herbert,,, lioye, Glenn Edward ..., ,,,,,,,, llragg. Charles XYesley ,,..,,.. ,, liriley, john Addison ,.,, lirooks, Clyde Alston ,,,, ,,,,,,,, Cannon. George Russell ,,,,,,,, Carter, Robert Crossley ,,,,.,, ,, Chandler, XYilliam Harry' ,,,, , , 12 135 71,1 47, 49. 02, 1.35 ,,,,... . 12 Chapman. Robert Bunyan. ll' .,,,, ,,,, Christopher, Max Hendrix Clary, George, jr, ,, ,,,,,,,,, ,i , Cooper. George Frederick ,.,,,,, Crawley, l7rank,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,, ,, ,fl D13 15,-15, 1118, 135, 157 Crieh low, Robert H ranker ,,,,,,,,, 1Critz, XYiley l'lj'l'21111, ..,,, . , Curry, George Milburn ,,,,,, Davis, Ralph XValdo ,,,..,,,.,., DeLamotte, Roy Carroll ., De1'agter, Miles j .,,,,,,,, ,, Dickey, Lee Alexander ,, Dodds. Carl jesse ,,,,,,,, ,, Doggett, Blanton Mills ,,,,,,, Dorsey, Harold lYinston ,,,,,, , Doyle, David Paul .,,,,,,, l?l'll3.1lljClflv.. Reginald Odell ,,,,, ltlkin, Xkilham ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,, Elliott, Robert Edward . Emanuel, Samuel Percy ',,,, ,,,,, Faulkner, Arthur Mitchell . lfay, Holmes Amstlen, jr. Felton, Howard Maurieee , ,, lfirth, Raymond Holdsworth Firth, XYilliam Ellsworth ,,,,,,,, Folds, l'leman Franklyn, lr. ,,,,,, Galloway. MacRay Glennon,,, Harrison, XYebb Black . ,, , fiiill, john lloyd. jr.,, ,,,,,,,,, tiisler. Robert john , , .,,,, ,, Gott. Edward M'rightsman Gray, Charles Thomas, .,,,,,,, , tireen, Marvin M'ilson ,. Virubb, llaul Nowlin ,,,,. Hager, john Henry ',,,, Hall, Ridgley Lee ,..,,,,,.. Harper, George Lea ,,,,,,,, Harvey, Albert Smith ,.,.. I, Hatcher, Hoke O. ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, , Henderson, VVilliam Hoyt ,,,,, ,,,,,, Hnnura, Hatsuo ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . Hinson, james Kell ,,,,, , , Hipp, john Gerald ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Hitchcock, Oral Victor , Hobbs, john M'esley, jr. ,,,,, . ldiu-10 12 49 , , iz ff Dis , . lllti ,,,, 12 13 ll 13, 811 , 12 ,13, 120 Holbrook, Tim Mlooclrtlff ,. Humble, NVillis Stanley ,,,,,,,,. Irion, james P. ,.,,,,,...... jernigan, Thomas jefferson ,, johnson, Allen Vivian johnson, Henry McCoy ,,,, . johnson. Louis Charles ,,,,, jones, Daniel ,........,.,, V., jones, john Louis .... ,,,,,, .fi "ij ff "so f' H13 ,, ol , 13 128 CAMPUS DIRECTORY ,I ones, -1. M elyi ll ,,,,Y .,,,,,,, Kelly, ,lanies Charlton , Ketchersid, Burrell Monroe ,, King, George Edward , , Kirkpatrick, Dow Napier ,,,,, Main, Robert Lee ,,,, ,, Mangtnn, 1Yallaee '12l1O1'l11O11 ,,,,, Martin, Ernest Franklin , ,, , McArthur, Luther Mllteeler ,, Meadows, Archie Leigh , , Melton, ,loe 711111111111-111 , Mercer, Owen Edward ,, Montgomery, Harvey McConnell Moore, Harinon David, ,,,, , Moore, 111111121111 Franklin, vlr, , , Murray, .lohn 1'ineent,.1r. ,. Myriek, Conrad 111111111111 Naff, George lfakin, lr. 13 Norton, Marvin Chancellor, . Norton, Thonias llowren , 1,1'Connor, Donald Russell l'hil1ips.,lan1es Rush, lr. 71.1 1'h11lips, ,loseph C ,. 11-1 l'ierce, l'hilip lfarly ,,,, l'resley, liarl Christian, Rexrode, Samuel Delton ,, Richardson, james Milton, ,111 , ,, Richerson, 111111111111 Robert, Robertson, 1:l'2i11l-C Lewis ,,,, Robertson, Minns Sledge ,, Robertson, Yernard Fcratus Rowell, Mlilliain lfilniund Sanders, 1jZ1LllS2111ll1Ul ,, , Sanders, 111111121111 fxllen , ., , 13 Sniith, Frederick Frelingheyseun Sinith, 1Y11ite Roster ,, , , Snioak, Mialter wlesse ,,, Speers, liayard Chesterfield Springfield, Xkorley 'lihaxton, ,lr, Steele, 111111121111 Shirley , , Ste-vt-ns1111, '1'hon1as Franklin Strait, Claude lilnier Sl1'1t'lil2-11111, 11111113111 Farl Sturtevant, 11711113111 Ly1j111s,, Swift, 11'illia1n 1Yaldo, ,lr, ,, 'l':1ni1noto. Kiyoshi lhonipson, Vlulian 1'rankhn, Triplett, Minor L , ,, Trotter, Eugene l'reston 'l'ruett, liuford 1,ilenn , 'l'urner, George Arthur Turner, ,lanies 1Yesley Yardainan. ,lost-ph Hruee Yarner, Carroll. ,lfv H , Yickers, Marvin Keron 1Ya1drep, ,-Xndrew -lackson 1Yallace, Hubert 11111 , , 111-1, 13 12 -1 1,1 1.1 12 12 12 12 112 -10 411 13 73 13 12 13 111-1 -18 -111 13 12 12. 135 ,io 13 12,-111 13 XVatkins, Royall Beverly 1Yl1etst1i111e, ,lalnia Newton 1Yillia1ns, Charles Robins Mlise, Tillnian Newton ,,VYY Xkloodall, 117111121111 Robert 1Vrenn, Raymond Fit7hugh,, , 7 7 1- Z11rn,1'ieorgeLuey , , ,, MEDICINE-SENIORS .-Xkin, ,lohn Tlioinas, jr, 15, 11111 Xllgood, ,laines Edward ,, , ,,,,15 Hallew, -lanies ,, ., ,, ,, , liellyille, Charles George ,, 1-iondurant, Herbert xxilllllilll. ,lr. .15 Burton, Joe Massey ,,,, , ' Campbell. vlaines Leroy ,,,.,, , , ,,l5 1:11117 ,, ,,,,, ,,,15 Carter, Sandy liaxter ,,,, 15,112 Cheek, Pratt, jr, ,, ,,,, , 15, 11111 Conger, Preston De1Yitt ,, ,, , 15 DeFreese, Samuel hlanies , ,15 Dunn, James G., lr. ,,,, , , ,. Fdenheld, Robert 1Yatts ,,,,,, 15 Eller, Joseph ,lohnson ,,,,, Epps, George Law, lr. ,. ,,,15 Eskridge, Frank Lewis, rlr. ,15 12 12 1111 12 1112 12 12 12 112 13 111 15 12-1 151 12-1 1211 12-1 128 1211 1211 128 128 12-1 15 12-1 1117 1iay, Frank Marion ,,.,,,15,-18,1118 Gibboney, Harry Siinnierinan. Ylr,,, 11111 tiibson, Francis Duncan ,, 15 1i1l1iU11, Sain 712l1U111l1S1'111 ,15, 511, 51, 1111 11i11:sll111'g', Fclward Merrill ,, ,, 15 Glasgow. Richard Douglas, , Harris, Charles Melionalrl, ,lr, ,,,l5, 511 112 Higginbothain, Saniuel Roy. vlr, . 11111 Hunter, Xkiilliain Legrand 111, 51, 1112 Hutchins, 1'au1 Francis ,, , 111 ,lohnson ,lohn Frank , , ,, ,lohnson Roy ,leroine 111, 48, 511 1118 losephs, ,Xlvin David , M1'C11y, 'l11ll1l l'21'11l1lilill 111, 1211 Merritt, -liillies Xklllite 111, 511 Miller. hlllfk 1i11I'1,l11l1 , North, 11'illian1 lf. ,111 Uwsley, Lawrence llayes , 111 l'roctor, kxlllllillll Houser, ,lr ,111 118 Ra1nl111, john Henry 'l'ho1nas 111,111-1 Roberts, lilean 1Yinn 111, -18, 511 Rol1erts11n, 1Yillia1n Craig ,,,, ,111, 1118 Skiles, 111111111111 Yernon 111,-15 51, 11111 Stewart, Roy Allen ,, ,111 St11l1l1s, 'l'rawick llziniilton 111, 511 Stunip, Robert Lee, ,lr, ,, 111,1112 i11l1Cl12l111, lien Robert , 111. 511 712111111,.1Zl.1l1L'5 Mlallace 71lll1'IIt'I',.1ill1lL's l1orn1an , 111 Tyler, 1lerl1ert l1aniel 111 Yeateh, .1 esse kkiilliani ,, ,, 111,111-1 Mager, Harold l'21ll1l1,11l1l,, , 111 1Yilensky, Louis 111 X otingblood, Isaac 5Zi1lll1L'l,.lI' 111,111-1 MEDICINE-JUNIORS ,k1lfil11S, Manne l'erry Alsol11'11ok, ililionias Mlilliain Heale, Heorge Leniuel l1ir1l, Cornelius .Xshley 17. l1isl1o11, l11'1,111ks l'1i1l1.',, , liownian, Curtis M1111 Canip, Xxlllllillll ,klvin Canipelli. ,losepli ,, 1112 Clarke, Miilliani Lowe, -lr. 17, 112 Collings, 11ill1eart 11111'1Il1,'1',-11' 17 Cook,,l11n1eslalinaflge. lr. Cowart, Charles 'l'horn1on 17,11111 Craig, 111111111111 Rhett, hlr, 17,118 Crawford, Hugh , , Douglas. Robert Hugh 1J1.ll1Cli11,11Et1'I'j',, ,, Farmer, Charles 1Ya1ker, lr Garrett, Luke Glenn, -lr' 17 -15 Godwin, Ylohn 'l'hon1as 1211 17 1ioorlyear, 1Yillian1 lfyxtns 17,-18 1iordon. Saniuel Lewis , 11rabiel, ,Xniado Hannnett, Howard Hilt, -Ir 17 Holler, Motlitt Kell , , Hooper, Charles Mefbowell Hopkins, 111111111111 1Xlex:1nder King, 11211113111 Russell Krugman, Philip lrying ,, Letton, 1-Xlya Hainblin Lewis, ,lohn Ransoni, Dlr, Love, 121lXX'2il'1l Curry, lr, MeCork1e, Robert Louis , Meliachern, Myron Luther McKey, .lohn Daugherty Norman, Lewis Grady, -lr, Nunnally. Harry Bell l'aine, Charles Hernian. llr. Parker, Thomas Lynian ,, Fate, -lulien Cary -lr. ,, 1f,11111, Phillips, Mlillialn Colbert, Sadler, Glendy Graham ,, 1118 1112 118 17 11111 11111 1112 11111, 12-1 17 128 15, 12-1 128 12-1 1.111 15 51. 12-1 15. 12-1 1211 111-1 51. 128 1118 128 128 51. 12-1 12-1 1112 12-1 511. 12-1 128 1112 1211 12-1 1211 128 12-1 1211 1.3111 128 1211 17 1211 128 1711 1211 128 12-1 1.11 1211 1211 17 1.111 1211 12-1 12-1 1211 1.11 135 1211 8 1 Schroder, ,laek Spalding 17 1,1-1 Sealey, Roniero Mitchell , H Seitz, Sain Morris ,, ,, 17 1311 Sinis, Fayette ,'Xltre1l, Vlr. ,, , , Sniith, Fred ,kttgll-11ls,,lI'. ,, '12l1I'l1L'I', lfdwin 11'itt'l1er , 17,1211 128 Yarner, 11'illi:1n1 liiayid , 17,11111 12-1 Xkialker, hlesse Lee ,, ,, ,, 17, 111-1 12-1 11'atki11s, ,lohn 112111 ,, 17 1211 1Yatson, llenry Lester 17,l118,12-1 1211 Mlllite, Ceeil lilenn, -lr. 17 xx'1l1,11l, 111111121111 1iI'11ss H XY11111llill, 1'r11itt MEDICINE-SOPHOMORES ,Xll, Frank 121111111114 ,Xtkins11n, Horace l1e11ison -18 llrookshire, l'aul l'21"l11llil1ll,.ll'. lirown, Charles l'21lXY1i1'1l , llrown, lfarl lienediet , 18 1211 Hush, 11liyer Franklin, , 18,11111 12-1 Cainp, Raynionrl Short , , Cargill. 1Yalter ll11rt Cates, ,lohn Robinson, .lr H Chapnian, ,lohn Foster 18,1111 1-11 Corlington, .Xrthur llonnell , Cordes .lohn Hernian, hlr. 18 1211 llaughtrey, -1111111 Heres llavis, Marion 1iL'1lf11I'1l ,, ,, -18 Douglas, Russell Yictor 18,1118 12-1 lfstep. ,lohn 1le1'l1ert 18 128 Ferrell, -lohnny l'orter Freednian, Milton llarold 18, -18 118,1,111 1il2l1l1l1'll,.111t' Rhea . ,, 18,1211 1211 11ol1l, l'erry , , 11 118 1.111 Harris, Henry Faun1ller11y Holmes, Franeis Ha111n1on1l Hughes, Charles liroek Al1ll1I1s1ll1, l'21lWllI'1l 1it'111'g1' 18,1111 124 ,lol1nso11, Alaines ,Xndrew, ,lr 18 -15, 1111, 1211 lones, 1121111111 Linton, .111 liassewitv, 'lulian , , Langston, lfugene l1ent, -lr Mellrayer, 111111111111 'lihonias 135 Mt'Mill:1n, lfugene 1iharhon, 'Iii 18, 1112 1211 Xlills, Clarence XY, -Ir. ,, M11lli11s, l1eM'1tt Franklin, .lr 18,811 1.11 Neel, 111111121111 Xxlllllllft , 18,11111 12-1 151:12 111-orge Hantvler , Pilkington, joseph Xkllllilllll 18,1111, 111-1 I2-1 l'irkle, Quentin RU11N1'1'L'll 18,1211 128 l'latt.,lo1in l'aul , , , l't111e, Roy, -lr. 2114, 11111 1211 l'riee, llarry .11'1l111S111l, , , 135 Ricketson, lieorge Manning , Robertson, -lanies 1,1reg111'y,,lr. , 18 1211 R1,1l11.'1'l81f1l1, Roy Lamar ,, -18 S1a11e,,lo11n 111-Roullioc 18 12-1 Stokes, Hugh 11I't'211l'1L'..1l'. 'l'ew, .Xlton Henry , '1'l1111n11son, Mlilliain Rivers 18 12-1 kklllffl, liillard Calhoun , 1Y11tson, Xxillllillll M, , 11'atters, ,lulian Quillian kklillts, Mialter Moore. .1 r. ,, , , XYl1l121liL'I', xxillllillll George, -lr, 18 1211 XX-1S111,1lll, Mvilbur llayid 1Yo11d, Vlonatliaii Henry MEDICINE-FRESHMEN .Xinsworth, xvlllllilll Lott ,Xrn1strong. Charlton 1'rest11n Arnold. ,lanies Harold ,, Auereniann, Charles lfniile liarrett, Luther LaFayette Henson, Mi, H., ,1r. Bixler, Tlionias ,lenkins Bradley, l'au1 Lewis l11,'18,1211 lirannen, lfdniund ,'klL'X111l1lt'1' 111,-18 -111, 1118, 124 C A MPUS DIRECTORY llurge. Charles Daniel .. .111. 11111 Hurson, lirnest XI+11J1L'1'.j1'. .. gg.. Case, Iverson Clark, 11 111. ff. 1111 Candle. Richard Spurgeon ,,,, Lhaknis. jolm Allllllltl . 111 .1-4 Childs. lzdxvarcl Ainsworth. jr.. . ..,Y,,,, .W ,l- Cook, lflllson Rifllards, 111 111.11111 Cook. 'l'homas Meliride... .,,, . .. Davis, james lfdmund.. . . ....111 Durden, john 111131111111 . . ., lillis. john Ulivel' ,YY,,,, 1. Fletcher, 712110111215 11ertel1e.jr. .. . . . Fuller. 11'illiam liureh .. 111.1111 Gillespie, james lirskine, jr. Holland. liernard Cleveland. jr. ,,,, . Holmes. lfdgar Cashion . .1U, 11111 Hood, Douglas XX'hitney .. Hydr1ck,l'eter . . .. .. jacob. 1'eylon. jr.. .. .. jerger, Louis Henry, jr. . jones, 1ier1il1l 1Yt1oflroyv j ordan, 1Yillis 1'ope,jr... .. ff 111.757 Kendrick. 11dis 1iill1e11,jr .,,,,,,, . King, Harry Crawford... . Kirby, joe Lonnie, jr... Marks, lidyvard Schaefer . Mashburn, Marcus, j r .,,,, 10,118 514111111 May. Albert Louis. jr. . ,,,,, . ' 111 1111 Mayes. john 11ernard . .. .. . McLeod, john Xxllllllilll, jr. Neal, judge lzillie. .. Neyvnian. jerome Harold .. l'L11'ks, joseph Xxiilliitlll, j1'... l'aullin. 1Yilliam Lewis, jr.. Penderurast, 11011121111 j efferso Richardson. Sterling Houston Rodgers. Richard Cox Rorebeck, Curtis 1iantt... Shatferinan, Samuel Leon.. Sininions, Malcolm lfreeman Simons, Charles Sands ,,,, .l-11 .l-4 ,1..0 7 5,115 .124 ,124 'S Q 1211 . 134 A 124 7 7 49 7 2141 .126 .124 .124 1 .11 ii. 111115 55511127.1111 . 111.11111 ...111i1111. Stainps, lidyvard Roe. jr. 111. 48.118 511111115 1 ieorge Middleton Sturdevant, Clinton lfdyvard .. .. 111 . 12 411 Sutker. Harold. ,,,, . ,,,,,,,,, .. llioinas, lienjamin 1'rankl1n. lr. . llioiiipsoii, 712110111215 Henry, jr. .. .. loyviier. james lrulock, Albert Sutton. jr. . 111.11111 'l'nrner, Henry Haywood, 11 1ALlgI11111, lreorge Noble ,,,,, 111.1111 1Y:il1lrep, jaek Marion . .. 111 111111, Hilton Frazier. . .. . . 11eaver.jaines Manley . lr 111 1Yilliams, 1"1L11YIi1'1lA-lV121l1,- . .. . .. . , 118 Willis, 11111111111 lxussell 111.1011 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES SENIOR COLLEGE .125 ,l-4 1,1 ,I211 7 ,l,11 . 111 111 .124 1 5 . 125 411 48, 1211 7 Abernathy, lirnest Lainiar. .. .. 25.1112 Adanis, 1iuy Harlan .. .. 21 Adams, john Henry . .. . 118.1311 .-Xildison, 'l'hon1as lfastbern 25.52, 111. 1111. 1511 51111112.71-l111ll1lls liugene.. . .. Alexander, james A. .. 21 Allen, j. XY. . .. 511 Allgood, Henry l'ierce . 25.45,1111, 1114 Allred, james Fielder .. 21.45, 54, S0 Aniiguet, Rene .. . . Andersoii, Arthur N.. jr . .21, 11111 1311 Anderson. Horace Morgan . .. Aurlrexvs. 1Y:1lter l'errin .. Bailey. Charles Denny . . Hailey, Rayinond 1'erry .. . 25 liaker, A Alertoll. jr.. . . .. 21 1112 Baker, 1Y11olford llales. jr. . liallard. George Speights. jr.. 21, 47. 411. 53, 5'1,72.77. 11111 liariiyyell. jack j. .. . . .. . . 25 liarrett. Alexander lirantley. 25 08 Harrow, joseph Gordon. jr. Barton, jesse Hainby, jr ....... .. 511 Heck. Milton Linwood ..... 21.49, Beckham, 1X'alter Hull, jr. .25 117 71 52 11911 Bedingtieid. 1Yarren larker .... 21 Eehni, Charlotte . ............... .. .... Belcher, Robert liugene ,... ..... ..... . Hell, jolm Mae, jr ,...... . .... . Bell. julia H ,.... ............. , . Bennett, Carl Douglas ...,. .21 Benton, Charles Crisp.. ...... ....... . . Hlasinganie. john Roberts. ...... 21 21 Block, 1'fclyvard Hates... Booth. john D ............. Bowers, Robert .... ..... . , 04 Boyle. john 11111113111 .... .. Hraniblett, A. 1Yalter ...... .. liranan. 1X'i1ey Monroe... 25, 52 Branch, lingerie 512110111215 .... liray. A. Dolph, jr. ......... . liriscoe. 1.1tto XYilkins ....... ....,.. . Brown, j oh n Marion .......... .... riroyvii, 1'1t'1'pOI1I 1' landers. jr. .. Brown, Robert Harris. jr. ...., . Hroyvne. Russell Alexander ,,,....., 25 ZZ DJ 98 58 21 25 25 o7 21 75 67 25 21 25 25 51.1 1111 25 04 118 Bryan, 7171111111-ill Clrrin, jr ,...... l5lII'1D21g'J,,1C5SC Samuel .......... liurnette, lilmer 1Yiggins.. .... ....... . . liiittram, XX'illiam Ross .................. Caldwell. lfrnest 1Yeston.. .2l,75,1 Callaway, Fly Reeves. jr ....... 21,411 Campbell. Roy Ernest. ...... . . .. .. Carroll, john 1Yalter ..,......... Carter. 11'alter Crumbley. .. ..25, Carver, joseph Rodyvell ...... Chandler, Reuben Carl ..,,..... ...... Cherry, Francis Lamar... Cheyvning, David Lee.. .... 25. 117, Cline. Edgar lfarl. .. . . .......... ..2l Cline. john 'l'imothy .... .... .... 2 1 Codington. john Fort YYYV. .25, 511 1 52 02 21 712 74 07 54 112 Cohen. 1ierald Herschel. ...... ...21.48 Conley. David Keith ..,. ..... ..... . . .A ..711 Cook, 'l'homas Roland. jr. 21. 711, 114 Coppedge. Raymond L. 25, 117. 711. 74 Corel, lrvmg Allen ....... .... . Cottingham, 11'a1ter Lee.. . Coyvart, Griggshy 'l211L1I1135 . .. CI'OSs. Alfs. Loy 1-1... Crouch, james Sanders. j r. . Curtis, 1ilenn H... .. . . Dabney, john Cornelius .... . Daniel, lirnest Fletcher, jr .... .. Darlington. julian '1'rueheart... .4S. 110, 21,1 .....,25 112 ..21 ...21 Daves. james 1iordon, jr. .. .. Davis, Arthur Ubookiah, jr... Davis, Charles liarney, ji' ...... . Davis, Roseoe Conkling, jr... 25 Deaver. john Adams .... 21. 55, 511, 117 911, 1113 Decker. Robert Stuart . . .... 25 Deen, Uliver Francis, jr. ..... . 22 DeLan1ar, Richard Frank, jr.. ..25 Dellino, joseph jenkins.. ..... .... . ..22 Dennis, Archibald lielniont, jr.. . .22 Derden, 11'atson Yonner . .. deYali1iger, 1Yesley, jr, . Dorsey. Hal Ashford.. . . ....... .25 l1orton, Albert Franklin. jr. ..... 25 Dunaphanr. Charles Frederick . 25 liasoii, George liayne, jr. ..... ...211 lidgerton. Milton Thomas ...25. 52 1111 lirlxvarils. Saniuel Kermit lidyvards. Stanley james 'Q lzlder, Umar Franklin, jr. .. 22, 51. - 1 istts, 11. 11.,-Ir. livans, Robert Charles... 711 lfain, james Edward .. ..21.1. 112. Fay, Holmes Amsden, jr. 1-elder. Richard Fmerson Ferguson, james Lewis . 77 52 .211 511 117 77 74 711 . Zo 1 116 25 1111 60. 1311 1111 70 1112 1112 21 80 112 114 98 114 1118 75 1118 104 25 25 25 25 1112 21 25 1211 1.1-1 25 135 11111 25 25 50, 1211 104 116 25 11.12 111.1 S11 1.311 S11 72 131.1 S11 1111 137 52 21 S11 11115 1112 114 58 25 511 711, 1.17 1114 1112 1112 711 11111 711 1114 120 1114 11111 118 117 1114 98 1112 1111 108 '77 115 11111 Fine-stone. Harry ...................... ,....., 2 0 1'-1Cl1111l12. Charles Edward ....................,., Florence, Thomas james .............. 20. 611 Ford, Sara Ellender .......,...................,., 22 Foster. Thomas Elelrerlge, jr ..,,,,,,,.,., 22 77 Franklin. Benjamin ......... Fuller, Francis Mack ....,.. Funk. Forest james, jr ....... Funke. john, jr .................. Games, Charles R ..........,,,..,, Galloway, 1Yi1liam Henry... 1rarrett, Riehard Mitchell.. hates, Marjorie ............... tieheber. Dean XYilburt ...... .......2t1, 77 ..........., 52 48 7 75 20. 22 20. .......211 Gignilliat, 1Yi1liam Robert, jr .... 1,9il1ner, Robert M eCullough Girtman, Louis Franklvn.. Givens, Louis M0sby...2 ..... Glausier. Clarence Evans, jr Goclbee, Horace Carlton, jr Goldsmith, Abram Oscar... Uoodyvin, Melvin Harris ..... Gordon, Thomas Arthur .... Green. Charlie Gray.. .... Grove. Adlai Shipley.. Guptill, Paul Leonard ........... Guy. Robert jetferson ..... .... Haines, joseph Edward. .. 22, 58 77 72 ' 'Sli 77 01, 100 110 50 1110 100 106 22 1112 104 03. 106 ......58 211. 52 . ........ 100 Hall. joseph Hill ......... 22. 45,-17.49, Hall. 11'i11ian1 Keith ............ Hampton. jean -.. ...... Hardee. 1X'illiam Covington ........ 22, Hardeman, Frank, jr. . .. Hardin. james Otey, jr.. Harper. jack 'l'hornton ....... Harris, Franklin lipperson Harwell, 111111121111 Earnest. 711 7 Hawkins. Aubrey L ............ .. Helms, 1Yilliam Collier, jr. Hendrix, Elbert Chandler.. Herndon, Thomas Ambros Hicks. Arthur Meredith Hicks, james johnston. Hilclerhrand, Alfred Calvin, jr .............. . Hill, james Franklin ........... Hiiison. 1X'illiam jetferson Hockenhull. jolm Andoe... Hodges, 1Villiam Arthur, jr ..... Hogg, john Edward.. ........ .. Hogsed, Milton jones .. .. Holley, Hugh Hrodus, jr .... Hollingsworth, Clyde Dixon, Holman, Charles Milligan. Holz, 1Yilson 1Yhite . Hopkins. linon Chance. ,.... . Hughes. XY. Clyde. ....... .. Huguley, Claire lflizabeth... Huie. Robert Elliott, jr. Hunter. Annie jane ........... .. Hunter, Lyman Russell, jr. Hutchinson, joseph Ca111l1Cf,.?.2, Hutchinson, 11111113111 Lane Ingram, Fred Hooten ,........ Ingram, Xxvllllillll Franklin. Irwin. Charles Edgar ,..... .. jackson. Henry Calvin ......... jaeobson. Nolan Pliny jenkins, Hattie Gere. jenkins, jolui 1Yalton.. johnson, jean Harris ..... .... lolmston, Harold Sledge 26. johnston, Thomas Pat joiner, james 1Vright ......... rick.. jones, Newton Bond ............. 20. 20 112 20 110 5135 Wun20 100 WWWWV26 98 naa.2o,o2 80 HLWWWWWWHH 02 .22,75,120 150 55 70. 74,9o,1U4 135 .wannuvwnhw 26 anwnnnnnnq 22 04 72, 79 100 -n22a2n-2o 106 a22aL20.02 102 if -ffffi 1211 .2u22,45,47 49. 2.74.0o,1nZ 137 . ...... ......... 58 H. ..... 22,60 102 WWWW. anno. 75 e ...... 26,67 68, 70 102 W ..... 22.56 80 W22222.102 130 59 WWWLnnoH.N. 26 unaaH.26,02,07 2vu2H.n.eu 22 Wa26.60 108 .. ................. 52 2222226.52 104 jr ..... 26, 70 103 130 vHH2222.20 100 no.26.72 98 .L,-2o,o0 100 . ......... 20 112 . ..... 20 108 uH2aHHV..H 26 N2.22,49 56. 62.96 100 54,62 79 H n.22 57 26.52,68 102 nNWW22,.W2 26 .Wn.22,57 64 22 'f'fiff....2.jf 72 52,67,72 102 2 ....... 22,48, 56 nWHHWnU.V2.l12 92,9S.136 nduana. 26 joyner, Lloyd, jr. ......... . CAMP Keith, joseph XYilliam, jr... Kelley, Hal K. .......,....,,,.,,,,,,,... Kelly, George NY., jr ..,,,,... . ,,,,,,,,. .. King, Carl Gordon ,,,,,,,,,,, 20 King, Coleman Taylor ,,,,,,,,,.......,.,,,, Knowles, Constance ..,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,... Kytle, Calvin .,.r.,,......,.Y,, . 20, -15.1145 1- Lasseter, Hugh ,,,,,.,,,,.,..,.. .,,, 2 3 Lawson, Hulon Thomas.... Lee, Howard Hailey ,,,, Lee, Robert M0sele3 ',., ,,,,,, . . .27 Lester, XX'illiam Marvin ,,,,,,,,,,, 27 Lewis, lidna Moore ,,,,,,,, Little, XYilliam Cecil ...,.,,,,,,, Loftis, john Clyde ,,,,, ,,,,,,A,,,,,,,.... - t Lozier, Isaac Newman, jr... . Lunsford. Annette Thelma ,,,,,,, Lyon, Richard Francis ,,,.,, ..23. SU 21 27 1 120. 75 08, 7-1, 1,1-1 27 00 00 02 07 117 77. 108 02 20 11,18 101, 70, 102 108 23 10-1 110 98 23 10-1 100 108 23 0-1 27 -19. 100 2 7 7-1 27 S0 80 100 100 101.1 112 52. 100 100 100 108 102 S0 100 23 121.1 104 102 118 S0 27 100 27 21 lljh 56 102 110 102 110 os 7-1 110 117 11-1 102 75 130 08 102 77 U8 112 102 110 75 Mack, Roy Fred ,,..,, ,,,, ,..,., .,,, Mackay, james Armstrong...23,-15 -17, 55 70 Macon, james Ralph ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Marshall, Andrew Smoak ,,,, .. ,,,,, .. Martin, Edward Berry. jr .,,,, . 23 70 Mashburn, jim Summerour.. . ,,., Mason, Alonzo Louis, jr .,,,, 23,0-1 75 Maxwell, Asmond Leonard, jr.. ..23 McAt1drew, Benjamin llonnell 23 McCarver, Clyde Gay .,,..,,,, .. .. 27 McClelland, 1Yarren Spence... 2.1 90, McDonald, Robert May ,,,,,,, 23 McGowan, Thomas Raymond. ,,,, 27. 00 McLaughlin, john Nicholas ,,,,,, ...27 McLeod, Lionel Powers ,.., 27 02 McNatt, 1Yilliam King. . .....23 Medlin, john Harold.. . . 27 00 Mell, David Livingstone .,,.,. .. . , Mickel, Carey Alston. jr. ..,.. ,,.,, 2 7 Milwain, Charles Philip. . . 23. Minor, Andrew Collier ,,,,,,, . Minor. Homer Dean ..,.,,. . . . 23 Mitchell. George Lee, jr. ,,,..., . 27, 70 Moffett, james Denny, jr ...... 27, 52, 00 Moldow. Sidney A ,....,.,,, ,... . 23.90, Moody. Hamilton Mark Moon, jack Bennett ...., ,,,.,..... ,.,.., . Moore, james Moltroe, jr .,,,,,,, . 27 Moore, jolm Carroll. jr... .. Morgan, Homer Leroy.. ,... Morgan, james Calvin, jr ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 2 7, Morrison, Milton Le-Roy ,,,,,,,,,,, .,,, . Morrison, Thaddeus . ,,,,., ,.,., 2 7, 02, Mount, john McRoberts. jr., 23. 519 77 Myers, Lorin Solon ,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 23,70 7-1 Myers. Urie Eugene, jr... ,.,,,, 27. 59 Neel, julian Blackburn. ,,,,.... ..,,. 2 7, Nelson, Claud Dalton, jr .,,,, 27.70, Newsom, Francis Carter ..,,,..,. ,..,.. 2 7, O'Donnell, Anthony joseph ,,,,, .. ,,,,,,, .. Olewiler, Richard XYoods ,.,,1 ,,,,,, 2 7, Parker, Hugh Lee ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Paschal, jarris Dean .....,... ....,,, 2 7.60, Patterson, Nat j., jr ,,,,,,,, .-... ,,,, ,,,,,, . Peacock, Lamar 13 ,.,...,,..,,.,,.. 27, 0,102, Peek. james Corbett, jr .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 27. Peeples, Henry XYilliam ,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,.,,,, 2 7, Penton, john Randolph.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ., Peskin, jerome Raymond ,,,,,,,,,,, 23 59, Peterson, XYilliam james, jr. ..23 58, Petway, Allen Paul ,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 7, Philips, Frank Appler, jr. ,,,,,,,,,, 27 75 Powell, Fincher Carlton ,,,...,., 27, 52 00. Powell, O. L... .. ... ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .. Powers, Eugene Clem, jr .,,,,,., Priles. Charles Victor ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Prince, Edgar Elmore ..,,.,,,....,,,,,,,,,. .,,,.,, Randolph, XVilliam Quentin ..,, ,,,,,,,, 2 7, Ratliti, Alvin Mclntosh ..1,....,.,, ,,,,,,,, 2 7, Read, Charles Day, jr .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,, 23, Reed, Ralph Lee ,,,,,..,....,., L .,.,,... . ..., . Reeve, Tom Ellis ...,,.,,,, 11-1 iii? 1011 111.1 23 27 US DIRECTORY Reeves, Rex Thames ,,,,,, Rhodes, james Scott.. . .. 27, 52, 07 77,100 Rice, Robert lidward ,,,..,,,,,..,.,. ,,,,,,. 2 7 Richardson, lzldon Brewster. ...23,90 Roberts, Robert X ..,, ...,,..,. ,.,,.., ,,..,,,,.,,., Robertson. rrank Lewis ,,,.,,,,,,, . ,,,., . Rodriguez, Rafael 1Montijol ,,,,,,. .,...,. Rogers, Claude Huckabee ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, .. Rogers, George Xtilliam ,,,,,,,,,,. . Rountree. 1-rank Cox. ,,,,,., 27,112.75 27 Royal, Mayo Hartman ,,,,,,, . ,,,,,,,..,,, . Royals, lidwin liarl .,,,,, . 23, -18, 50 Rozier, Charles Preston. ,....... .28 Rozier, john Xtiley... .. ,,,.,,,, 23, 58 Rudulph, l'i1l1'NVCll Blount ........ ......... 2 8 Rnppersburg, john Virgil Russell, David Augustine .,,,,,,,, ,...- St. Clair, Benjamin Bosworth 25,70 , ... .. .2372 2-1 Sale, liarnes ltdward, jr ......... ..,.... 2 8 Saliba, jimmie Mike.. . .,,,,, . .. Sanders, Floyd Roscoe, jr... . .,.... 28 Scheinberg, 1'eritz ....... .,.. 2 8, 52, 00, 07 Scher, lirnest . ,... . ..,...... ....., . . Sewell, lietty Ann .,,.,,,,,,,,.,....,,.. ....,, 2 -1 Sewell, Robert Anderson, jr... ..... 28 Sheplierrl, Marvin Uiilbur ,,,.,,,, . N28 Sherman, 1' ranklin joseph ,,,,, . .. ..28 7 Shipp, Clanton L721l'lIOI1, jr.... . ........ .28 Shirah, Alton jason... ,,,,,,, 28, 02, 07 Silver, Max lsadore ,,,,,,,, .. .. .. 28, 52 Silverstein, Charles Marvin ..., 28, 52. 5-1 08, 70, 72, 7-1 Simpson, 1Yillie liordon . ...,.... Sims, Deward XYaldo. ,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 8 Skipper, 811111121111 1.iroover.. . . .28 Slade. 'liom 1log..,... . . 28, 07 Sledd, Antoinette ,,,. . Sledd, Florence . .. . Sloan, XYyman Platt... .. . .. 2-1, 72 Smith, llenjamin Roy, jr. .. .. .... . Smith, Charles Homer ,,,,,,,,, .. ,,,,,,, 24 Smith, Charles Leon, jr. ,,,.... .,,,. . . Smith, Franklin 'liyus ,,,, 28.08.75 Smith, Ralph llenton . .. ....,..... .28 Smith. Sarah Rawson.. .. Sohmer, Hyman ...... ...,,,, Solomon, Hazel ,,,,,,, ..,.. Speer, Virginia Lee .... , 24 Speers, liayard C., jr.. .,,.. Speight, Eugene lirnest. ,,,,,,,, ,. 2-1 Stead, Xkiilliam XYhite. ., .. . Steadman, john Marcellus, l ,.,,,,, --1 72 Stelling, Herbert Pund . ,,,, . Stewart, Leonor deMagalhoes .. Stodghill, Clifford Marvin, jr... Stoney, l'aul Roberts. ..,.,... Strickland, Aubrey ,,,,,, ,,,,,, . Stuart, Robert Charles, jr. ,,,,,, 28 Stump, joseph Harry, jr ,........,.. 24,56 Sullivan, Turner Marvin ...,...... . 28, 75 Sunimerlin, Glenn Olson .. ....,, 28 Sumner, Miilliam livans ......., 2b,52,131 Tatum, Thomas Zachry '....... .. 2-1, 511 Thevaos, Deno George... ................. .2-1 Thigpen, Richard Frobel.. ..... Thigpen. XYilliam Morton, jr ........... 2-1 9171, Tindall, joseph Dallas ........ .. ,,,,.. 2-1 Trimpi, Howard Dennis .,..,.,... ..... 2 -1 Truchelut, George Burnett ........ 2-1. 75 'liurre-ntine, Patil Everett .,......,... ........... Tweed, R, Chapple ..,,.... .............. . .2-1, Yan Landingham, Lewis Frederick ..... jr Yason, Robert Fenwick ............. . 1Valker, Marian Ruth ............,.. Hiallace, Charles Lindsey...... Yan Sant. Thomas jacob, M allman, Saul j ...................,..,..., V1'eathers, Arthur Kitchings ...., ...... 2 -1 1Yebb, Lewis Harden, jr ..., .,,.,.. 1Velden, james Lee ................. 2-l, 75 70, 1311 80 ll-1 27 27 112 100 111.1 1,12 102 102 79 10-1 108 02 28 10-1 A2171 11-1 U8 10-1 102 10-1 100 118 07 80 "iii 100 llllj in gs 11-1 28 11111 102 0-1 120 24 48. OS 2-1 711 112 80 98 80 102 100 108 80 2-1 08, 112 110 100 120 112 AES 34 24 2-1 102 11-1 1 1 1 1 x Mihite, lfdwin Chappell ,.,,,,,,,,, . 2-1, US lYilder, james Sampson, jr., 28, 0-1, 70, 100 1Yil1iams, 'llhurman Yireil, jr. ...... ..l10 M'il1son, NYilliam Harry, jr... ,,.. ,,,,,,, . Xkiilson, james llargrove, jr, ,,,,, 2-1.45, 47, -18,-10, 59,11101,i7,1r8,70,911, 100 XYilson, joseph Durant Cooper, ll, 2-1, 50, 100 AYlllllJ6I'lA', Ulin jolm... ,,., ,,,,, . .. .. 28 1Yinefordner, Clifford Harry. jr... ...28, 80 XYise. Samuel l'anI, Ill., .... 28,02, 102 130 lliolkin. Marvin Herbert.. .... . 2-1 1Yood, Arthur j arvis.. ........ 28, 52 104 1Yood, Arthur X11-llesley, jr. 2-1 100 1YoodalI, Margaret .. . .... . .,.,,, , , ,. 1Yorthy, Kenneth Martin. . 28,07 1110 Yalife, llertram Aaron .... . .. .. Yeargan, Reagan Lawrence, jr. .... 28 10-1 York, joseph Cliristoplier ,,,,,, , VYYYYY , VYYY ,V Youmans. john lireene. ...... . .. 2-1 08 Youngblood, Leslie Lanson, jr. ..... 28 81.1 jUNIOR COLLEGE-SOPHOMORES Acosta, Douglass Taylor ........ .20 110 Adair. Frank Robin. . ...... .... 2 0 102 Adams, Harold XYilfre1l .. .. , . Allen, Charles Mitchell .... 20, 77 100 Arnold, Zach Mcl.endon ...... .. 20 Ausley, liert Thomas. 29, 53 101l liaggs, Made llampton. .. ..... 20 100 llalleneer, Miilliam Lee. .. . ..25 102 liarnes, 'l'homas Gordon, ll.. 20,02 102 llarr. Lawson Haynes ., .... liarron, james Pressley, jr... .... 20 110 llastone, Louis john.. ........ .. 20 ll-1 llates, john, 1Yelcli... ...... . 20 llays, Robert Alexander ...... 20 80 llealer, Alex XY., jr. H20 72 lleatty, lfarl, jr ..... . 20,04 10-1 llell, Hugh Y1ncent,jr. .... .. 20 Renton, Curtis Dudley, jr....2'P, 52, 77 1111 lierry, Charles Markham .... .20 100 lietltart, l'lecl.or . 217 llickcrs, Donald Silils. .2U, 52, 04 80 lilackmon, M'illiam Parks. . ...... 20 llolt. joseph Sullivan.. .. . . 72 lirannen. joseph Harrison ...... . ...2U 100 llrock, joseph Thomas, jr 20,0-1, 08 102 llrown. Albert liueene .... . lrryan, Robert Cumniinos .... 20,0-1 70, 72 10-1 liryant, llenry Herbert, jr ..., .20 10-1 llnckwald. Albert lrving ..... ..... 2 0 118 liundy. Mialter lidward, jr, ..... .... ,,.., . liurgess, lien Hugh... ..... . Hyrd, Fdwin Samuel, jr.. ...25 08 Chaknis, Mike Manuel .... ..... 5 2 Cobb, Claude Pope, jr.. Collins, joe Milton ..,... .. ..... Cooley. joseph llernard. .. .... . . Cooper, Manuel Neal. . 20. 52, 70 10-1 Corley. james 1Yeaver. jr. . . .... 20, 07 Cosper, Harvey Lindenthal.. . ........ . .. Cowan. Zach Stuart, jr... . .... 20. 70, 100 Cown. 1Yilliam llrock . ....... . ...... 20 Cranford, Clifford Andrew . 20 Cress. George Ayers ..... .,....... . Dasher, jackson . ........ . ..... . ..... Davis. 1Yelborn liurrouehs, jr... ......... . 20 Dennison, David llarron. ..... ... 29,102 Dorman, Charlie Shelton, j r... . Doub, Myron jones. j r... .100 Durden. Dosh 1Yil1iam .. ..2'1, ll-1 1iKl11'?lI'1lS, Kenion liugene, jr. ..21l, 53, 01. 114, 117, 118, 1011 Fmntet, Roy Nathaniel 29. 53, 0-1, 70. 102 Fackler, XYilliam liyron, jr. 2'l.53,0-1, 08 Fanning, Hdom lllin, jr... . .... 20, 70, 80 Feldman, Morris j ....... .,.. . . 29, 08 Ferrell, Leland Randall. 2 20,102 Floyd, XYilliam Person.. ..... ..... . 30,108 Fort, AYilliam Albright ....,.. 27,100 Fuss, Turner Ashby, jr... .... ....... . 10,100 CAMPUS DIRECTORY liallngly. lizingtn liray , , ., tlgmpy, -Itm tiranncn Y YY,,,,, VV,V Y tiaryin, tx illtain lltrhcrt, ,lr .,,, ,.,. . hay, 1nl'.l1IL11l lilzzcllc, ,lr .,Y,,, ,. VV,V 1 ,,,. son Ls-unt Dillon, hlr.. , ,,,,,,. 3 ll tn.: 11.1, rrztnk Lcsliv, ,lr ,,,, , USU if utnngs, lilunyillc ,Xrkxyright will uolcl, Hcnry ,.....,, ,,,.,..., , ,,,,, , liuotlwin, l.ynian llcvsrly, tiomlxyiii, Xliillianl Xlanch, ,lr .,,,,,, . tiorclun, .lack Hcnjainin, jr. ,,.1, iirucn, E11 Klartiu, ,,,,,,, , ,J7 lirititin, XYilli:un XYclctuuc', , Harris, -lack Broach , , , Harris, Xxilllllllll l"l0I11'j' ...,,.,, ,,Y,,, V llllstlllgr, Stauluy Rlitchc11,,lr. ,,,,,, , Hsrnclon, .-Xllwrt liiyings, hlr- Ht-rnclun, Nlztryin Samuel, ,lr,, Hingst, Charles lit-rnhartl , llitv, ,Klux Mayer. lr., Htwttinan, Xurinan l.uuis,, Hulscnbcclt, lic-orgc Hainuiuncl ,,,. . Htwrnt-, Hcntlluy liuxwortli, jr, ..,,,, Huunicutt, Hubert llZlI11lllU11,YlI'.,, Hutchins, Ralph lftlwiu . vll1Clis011, RUl1L'1't Xxillsoll Y--' 1.311 -lackson, 'lil1U1112iS lfrt-tl, lr. SU hlolinxtui, Charles .Xlkiusun. ,lr., , luhuson, kilt-nn Lcun, ,,,,,, -ltilinsnu, l.liXX'NOl1 Crawtortl -ltuws, Erut-st Ulin ,,,, , -Itvrclzin, ljlcwvr. ,lr. , ,YY,,,,, , V-W Karol, ,lusuplt ,,,,, , Kt-llt-y, Dayitl Pliilip , ,,,,,, ,. WSU lit-rnan, ,lnhn Grsviiway 30.70 Kirby, Ralph Fclcn, ., ,, ,,,, Klasur, Harulml Nurinann , Lantlruni, llilly Frztnk, Littlutiultl, liwlaert l.t'c, hlr. ,, Luke, Cllcstvr Kuhl, ,,,, , Xl2lIllL'XY:, .Inlin ltlic. ,ll'., 30.52 fi! May, Rolwrt IJ1'j'Sfl11lC,-lf., ,311 Nlffflllll, llarton .Xllann Klrlillic-ny, Hialkcr , ,,,,,,, , ,, Xldiarity, Xliilliaiu Cecil, . Klclit-ary, Xyllllfilll Clyde, ,lr.,, Xlcntzcr, Dodge Dustin, Klt-rlin, Hyman ,, , , Klirltllslarofrks, Charles Levin, ,lr.,, Xlillcr, Charlus Morris, ,, Mitchell, Otis Canicronn Nlizc, Eclwartl Gunnclsw Klnrgau, -luhn Muttingern, Xlnrtiincr, lit-urge L.. Jr, Nlurphy, Xlichacl Vincent, .lr,, Xt-lson, Vlaiucs Sparks , ,, , 31 Xrxxlmcrry, Daniel Ulivvr , Xtvrttwn, XYllllH111 Sain .,,. , ,, 31 H Real. Larrull lzlgm ,,,,,, , l'1tlnit-r, ,lt-ffrcs Cary, ,,,, l'ar'ry, Harvey Lairrl, , l't'arcc. llatywtttul vlcfferswn, lll Sl, fill' 418, 72, 71.01, l'ctvrs0ii, ,ltihn Ritlgcxyay l'hillips, ,lanuts Carlislc, jr. , , l'iltinan, Xxillllifl' Hayes 31 l'ull4, Rtntliwcll Cintway , l'ullitzcr, liicharrl Sprtmtt lkirch, Ralph lhuiglas. ,lr 31 l'nwttll, .lttlin ltrncst, -lr. , I'uu'cll, Ruhr-rt Calhoun, jr. , l'-lwrr, -lU5l,'1Jl'l tilt-nn,,, ,, Quin, Langcltvn Clit-yt-Q' -,ri , R2llIlNYZiIQ1', liillic XYz1rrcn . ., lin-isinan, l':flXY2i1'fl Daniel lit-ynulcls, Sain ,-Xllt-n , Richards, Xliilliani Tluuuas Rwlmcrts, Nlartin l'aul, , Ruhinsuu, :X1lClCI'5Ul1 lftiguiuz jr, ,Xl 311 .ill 311 52 tv-l uh .ill S11 1,1-l limi Z7 311 3 0 511 30 .ill 112 US Stl 72 ,ill UN 72 iw 53 UI 1, ml .111 Stl 31 '7 31 31 ffl UN lf. US .11 741 -w 3 s 72 .il .il .11 '7 52 31 110 1110 30 100 98 lllll US 1113 US 10-l 112 Su 11-l 11,10 SU 98 102 1011 llll 311 111-l ug lll-l 72 w all 1111 118 1112 114 Ins Stl 50. 111-1 104 112 1114 Stl 0.2. ll-l H11 112 UH lllll 1111 31 UPS -15, lily US Htl 1414 31 31 m?. QS 114 lfl-1 U2 UN lllfv 118 its Robinson, Euuuctt L., ,lr Rogers, Ernest Hanes ,,,,,,, Rohrur, l'.111EI'SO11 Richard ,,,,,,, Schanchc, Carl Myron, ,lr .,,,,.. Sciplu, licorgc XX'aslungt0u. ,l St-gura, Liouzalts Klanucl, ,lr.. Y Scssions, Eflwarcl Real, 27102, 112. ,.,,,,3l, , 31.52. ii ,i.i filiigfi Shanks. Edgar Iicxyitt, hlr. She-aly, Xxilllllllll l'auI, , ,,,, ,,,,,, 3 l. Sisk, Harlon l'u0l ,,,,,.,,,,, , ,,,,,,, , Sladu, Clem Trippu ,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, 3 1 , Smith. Lil12ll'lk'h flwcu, -Ir .,,.. 031, Spt-aks, 'lohu 'lilmiiiasn ,, Sl. Stauticlal, :Xiulrcxy Louis ,,.,.,., , Stu-tincr, lid lit-njauun , ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, . Stcnhuusc, lit-urge Xlcllunalcl., ,,,, ,, Stuxyart, Xtallacc Hood 31,1v4.1v7. 741. Sllfffr, Sturgcss, ,-Xlbcrt Hn-nluy, ,,,,,. 3 l,5l, t17,I1S. Sutton, Rah-igh Klattlwxy ,,,,, . 'l'u1hcrt, Arcliw Rlclhititic 'liUllClll1t1'l, lfclnarwl liruvit lriiulilu, licorgt' Laytun, ,lr 'liuckt-r, linlwartl llurson ,,,, l'sry, lit-nry XYwufl,, , ,, Yana-, licorgc Zcbulon lr Wialclrop, Glen Hunter XYalton, Clitturrl Lcwis, XY2il'11U4,'li, Rolwrt llcrry XYarrt-n, ,lohnsun l'ortur, .lr .lf Ir .,,, . ,5l. l, 53117. 7.2, 711 ,, ,,,5l. , 31. Wt. ,,,,,31. , ,,,, 31, 31, 711, A ju, , ,,,, ws. 31 Q Hiatt-rs, Rolwrt .Xlston , 31. 11141. NX'atsnn, titwtrgt' Stuart ,,,31. XYcinltlc, Blclyin liarwn ,,,, ,, Xxiclls, licnrgt- liillltluru, 31.53. 711. XYest, Charley lit-rry, , , SN. XYest, lirlxyarcl klcXlicliat'l Sl, Xlihitc, lluycrly Hollantl , ,, , XYl1iting, 'llnu .Xurcc , 31, 53.112, 70. Xliilclcr, l':-lhani. ,lr.,, , ,,,,, , 52. XYilson, Frank .XflH111S, III. , 31.0-1, XX'ilstf1i, -luhn Cowles , 31. XYi11sluw, Vl2llllL'N .Xrlflisnn, lr. 31. 711, XYithxun, .Xluivr Calluiun ,, ,3l, XYourl, Franklin Fay . ,,,,,, ,, 31. Xllwoflall, ,lznuvs Harflvu, jr., XYortl1, ,lack vlvtturstnt, lr, nl. 90, 1311 110 1211 Tis 31 iii iii 100 70 72. lllr 53, -18 llltt 711 U3 lll-l 1111 US lllll llll llll l3l1 lllll 1118 lllS 31 llll lllll 11r, 1114 U13 31 72 'H U7, 111-1 mpg llll 113 JUNIOR COLLEGE-FRESHMEN :XClit'I'ly, Rnlwrt H , H ,Xlforfl, XYillian1 Clay .X11t-n, lirlyyin XYlutakt-r .Xllt-u, lilcnn Cartcrn Xllistvn. ,luhn llcrinan. -lr., .-Xiulcrsmi. Xvlllllllll Knull, jr. .Xrcht-r, Lumiarrl H uclson krnulfl, Herlwrt l.c4'rnarcl, lr. .Xsltt-tulm'f. Rnlrcrt liarl ,,,, ,Xslicn1lorf, XYilliain ,lust-plt Qfsz, , 32. Xtkinstvn, Hiatle ,,,, ,,,,, 31413. Ktxycll, tit-orgy l'iI'CflI'lL'li , 32, Ayers, Ralph Allen, ,,,,,,, WSI, llahington, 'lil101llZl5 Macaulay lv. llailcy, ,lack Stcplicns ,,,,, 25, llitrlwlwc, Dirk ll, , , llarmn, Charlcs Marion ,, 32, llasinski, liugcnc RH ,,,, ,, llattlt-, Rohurt XYillia1n. .,,,.,, 32, 112. llcll, ,lzuncs lan liifuiglt ,, , Hunuctt, Ivan lawcriflgt-, .lr , 32, 711. llcntlcy, lfrnt-st liillncrt, ,lr , 32, 1 l.iCkou', Harold Hun , .,,, , lllarkwcll, DcXYitt lirlxyin ,,,,,, Hratlulnck, Uscar 5l1L'I1L'LxI', lr. 1 nf. ,, Sl. llrc-giuan, Larry ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , , . lirooks, Xylllllllll Hyrun, -lr 32118, llrown, Roburt Nlaxxynll, , ., 51, llrciwn, Stcwart Dixon, lr. , , ,lU, llryant, lfugcnc XYarsclun ,,,,, liuchluiltl, Ernest Charles C Jw, lllll lllll lllfx 102 IUH 104 1111 lllf, llll ng lll-l lil-1 32 US lllll 103 lllr 03 iii Hurgin, Yan H., .lr ..,,,,,,,, , Burnham, Hugh ,lack ....,,..,, Butler, Frcrl NVillwrt, -lr., liutsrh, Charles XYarreuY,, Vi Carruth, Charles XX'elclou ,,,,.. Christopher, john Lac ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Clarke, Clayton, Malcolm Dcxter, Y XXX-hh Charlcs ,,,.. Cuggins. Stacy Norman ,, Colbert, Robert ll., ,lr.,, Conley, ,luscph Morgan ,,,,, . Conner, ,luhn XXX-slay ,.... , Cooks, Frank Patton ,,,,,,. Cunlcs, Harry Natiun ,,,,,, Corcles, Philip Burr, ,,,,,,,,. . Curry, hlaiucs l':flWl11'Kl, jr., Cox. Rl oscs Eugene, ,l1'. .. Crt-usliaw, Albert Dabncy , ....,32. Cuinbaa, Hill Prict- ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , Clllllllllgllllilll, ,lohn lXl2llCOl1ll ,,,,. . ,, Davis, ,laincs Baxtcr ,.....,,, ,,,,, Davis. -laiucs Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,, llcztn, Hal Lee, ,..,,,,, llmlys, :Xu gclo .....,,,,,,,,, Doreiuus, Francis Ogden ,,,, ,, Driskell, XYillia1u Clay ,,,,, ,, Dukc, Twin XYhatluy .,,,,,.,,,,, liasley, Curran Sloan, ,lr .,,,,,,, lfconoiuuu. loin -lohn ,,,,,, , lfulflcr. Lunis Home-r ,,...,.. Ft-xv, Howard Talntatlgc, lux flun s 'A ' ' ', na: licrcc ...,,,,.t,,,. , ,,,,,, 32, Flauni, Klanniug' Ht-rnian, ,lr ,,,..,l,,,, lwtlsruu, .Xuhrey C, ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, liurtncy, .Xustin Powell. liustcr. lvurrlon R0lJcrt,,,,, ,,,,,,,, lfwstur, Xxvlllldlll Uwt-n .,.,,.. .,,,,,,,,,,,,, l:I'L'flti'l'1Cl'i, Laurence Swanson ..,,,,,,., lfullcr, ' " cf' Charles lluuuas, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , 'D nllA11l1,l"' ' lx Mlclk , , ,,.,..,,,.,., .,.. . . hallant. llmnias tirafly, ,lr.,,, 1 . lr2l1'11101'l, llcnry lloling ,, iarrarcl, Xtilliain Rccstu, liathu. ,lack Xlilus ., lilasgow. Xlariun XlcClurc ,, , lilass. Clark Hoxyt-ll, jr. ,,,, , f,ultls1uith, Rolicrt Hcnryw lmlcltltwaitc, vlohn Randall ,,,,, hnttlich, lfiwfluricli Ira. fioxycr. tiriftin, Xliilliaiu ,lustus larnt-st l.ylc ,,,, hurlu, .Xllu-rt Yaltluntar, ,,.. . hut-rartl. ,lnhu liaynarmlw ,,,,,, ,, liuptill, Stillman Constantine ,.,,, , . Cuthrit-, ,laiues Mason ,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,, , Hale, Klmrris Smith, Vlr. , .,,,,, 02, llaintt. Christian lfrerlcrick .,,,,,.,.,, llarlmur, Clitiforfl liyrcl, ,li ',,,,,,, 33, 'D lliifllblllall, lxolmurt Rltotlcs. ,,..,, ,,,,, , . Harrlun, Harper Hamilton. -lr .,,,, ntl, Hartlin, Ht-nry Carter. jr. ,,,.,,,. , llarpcr, Xtilliain Fcrrell llarris, 'lihumas .Xtlolph ,, ,,,,....,., ,, Hawes. llazclri Herron Hicks, La Marcus Colquitt, Ir .,,, Rlatthuw Sullavan. ,lr .,,.,,,, qllohcrtq Al cliisson, III lzllmcrt Larltou ,,,,,.., , Hill, Roy Oates, Dlr. ..,,,. , llinson, 1 llullaufl, Spcssarrl Lindsey, jr., 33. Holloway, linla Crcsson, Hupkins, XYilliain Hcelaml llowv. lftigviic Hucldleston Howell, Hugh, -lr., . ,,,,,,,,, ,, , Howell, ,lun Carmichael H uie, XYaflc Pricllarcl, -lr. ,, H untcr, Samuel Rouutrut- , , ,, Hutchins, Harry ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. lcaza, -lulio Enrique Ingram, XX illiain, -I r. ,,,,,.. lviu, llialkcr Lawrence. lr .,,,,,,, hlaums, Francis Ralph ,,,,,,,,,,... -lL'1111l11g!4, lfrwiu Rec-ves,, func Latayettc ,,,,,.. ..,, ,,,, if 63,1 98 32 104 112 114 100 112 IOU 104 ini hill lil!-l 1112 ms thi 32 1118 lllll 32 lll-l lllll 1111 31 ll!! 1111 111! 118 112 112 1111 1644 118 1141 "GQ lllll lll-l lllll llllm lltl lll-l 311 us iii 1 1118 1 1 J .7 103 llltw lllll 10.2 lllfi lll-l lllll OS 311 110 112 30 33 CAMPUS DIRECTORY johnson, 'lihonias Lafayette, III ,,,,,, 33 joiner, Herbert H ugh ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, jones, Carl Cancller, ,lr. ,,,,,,,,, .33 jorclan, Charles Mc.-Xrthnr, ,l1'.. ,,,,,, 311 -Iordan, Harmon, -lr ..., ,,,,,,,,,,, . . ,I ortlan, Rayinoncl 1101381 111 Karp, Herbert Rubin ,,,.. ,,,Y,,, Kay. ,lay H W . - Kiclcl, Charles Alex. ,,,,,, ,.,,, . King, ,lanies Leonirlas . ,,,,,, .. . King, Samuel Auguftuf, ,lr .,,,,, Krieger, Iiugene Christopher ,,,,,,.. ...., Lagerquist, Marion Stuart ,.,, 7I..Z1I11lJ1:I'I, XYeb1ter liranklin. Lawler, Robert Hen ,,,,,,, Lee, Roacoe Malcolnie. ,lr. .. .. Lelfebre, liruce XY1ll12illl .. Lerner, lirneat Nathaniel .. Levitt. ,lacob I. . Lewi1, 12111108 H1f11twick Lichten, Leo ,lo-eph ,,,,, .. Lightfoot, Robert Malcolin 33. Lint-back, Carl Mayo. . I-Ll11f1CCl1, ,Iohn XXX-11, 111 Lun1len. Mialter Carl, ,lr. Macon, Ifflwarrl Raiitlolpli Manget, Henry lfairtielcl, ,lr. Mankin, hlaniea 1Yallace . Mansour, ,laines lflias . McCallister. .-Xrchie. ,lr. . McCord. Henry Young, III Mclluftie, Irvin Marion McKinney, XYillian1 Holland McLaury, Iflbert, ,lr,. McLeotl, XYallace Norman McMillan, -lohn liclear... Mc1'her-on, 713110111118 Cote-worth Meafloyvs, Carl. ,lr,. . Methvin, 1Yalter Castellow.. Miller, -lohn Curtis ,,,,, .. N11111N, Hiilliani li., -lr.. Mitchell, Robert Char1e1. Moore. 13111711171 Monroe.. Morria, Robert Iieahrw. Morria, 11311121111 Coke. Murphy, lfrancix DeSale8. . Murrell, Rieharcl Clarke .. Neal, Luni 1ieot11'ey . . N1l1on, 1Yillian1 .'XlL'XEll111L'I', Nichols, Paul Hooper, ,lr. Norvell, Lauren Harcliner. . Ugletree, 1111118111 Lee ,. 3-1 l'annkoke, 1121111 1Yillia1n. . I'arker, Daniel 1'a8kin.. l'ark1, Charlt-1 Thoinaa .. 1'attillo, liiibson Manget. .. l'axton, Thonias Rice. .. l'ayne. Doyle Howard, ,lr... I"ayne, Hope Harvey, -lr. llecktal. ,lack Rayinond . I'ennineton, Bryan Erwin. I'entecost, xxvillllllll Yauglian. ,lr. 1'erkinson, Neil Grainling l'lunkett, Ray Franklin .. .. 1'oats, Rutherforcl Mell .. l'ollar1l, liclwin Kltiore, -lr,..., 1'ol8tein, Leon Louia ,,,,r,,, .. l'orter, George XYhite ,,,,, .. Powers, George MacLeod Ranlfey, Ralph Lloyd, .1r,, Rees, Robert Lloyzl ,,,,, Renshaw, ,larrett Parke. Rieharclmn. 'FXUQUSIIIS Cullen. ,lr Ixieharclson, Charles Randolph . Rickenbaker. Hugh Kelley, nlr. .,,,, . Robinson, Robert ,lanies Roche, Xxvlllikllll Patrick, -lr. ,,,, .3-1 Rush, Robert Heyward . Sanders, Patrick Henry, Jr.. . Savell. Eclwanl Lupo ,,,,, .. 'Spring quarter, 1930, 1 1 OA, . 33. 1 1 33, lr, 3.1, .1 .WJ 11 I I .1 3 3 3 71 1 .1 .1 118 1 1 O0 33 1 1 JJ 118 1 1 .1.1 1 1 J .1 311 311 11 3.1. 11.2 3 3 1 1 .1 .1 3 3 1 1 .1 .1 1 . .13 72 Vx 1 .1 3 11 .1 J 3 3 118 118 112 .11 Q11 .1 1 Q14 3-1 3-1 3-1 34 3-1 3 1 3-1 77 34 3-1 118 3-1 11111 112 1118 1114 33 11111 .111 1112 11111 118 118 1118 1 1 AJ 1112 1114 72 11111 11111 112 1 1 -1.7 1118 11111 11111 11111 11111 111-1 112' 1111 11111 1 -1 .10 11111 72 11111 11111 11111 11111 1112 1112 1111 1111 111-1 3-1 118, 11111 118 3-1 '18 118 118 1111 '18 1111 811 1112 1111 72 11111 1118 Sehacter, Daniel ,,,,,,,, Scott. Stanley Irving. ,,,,, . 'I 508510113 Lewis Ralph .,,,,, .. Sewions. ,lohn Iiurner, hlr., Sniith, Harohl Lidclelle ,,,,, . Spencer, Charles Klainler ,,,, Stansell, Calvin lferb, .Ir .,,, . Starr, David Homer, ,lr .,,,,,, 1 .1-1. .14 1 118 34 811 1112 Steaflnian, XYallace XYL'111'1t'l, hlr. ,,,,,,,. 3-1 '18 Stevena Robert Short ,,,,,,,, 1, .. Stewart, Herbert I.C11j'l1I'l1 ...3-1,72, 1111 Stine, Carl Evans, hlr. ,,,,,,, ,..,.,.. . Strickland, Hubert Bernard. ,lr... 3-1 Stricklantl, 'lilioinas Howarrl . 112 Sunnnerlin, XYin1ton Lee.. ,,,, ,,,, . 3-1 1112 Sunshine, Irving Ifaac ,,,,,, 34 Swaffortl, Bernard lfinley, . .. Tanner, -12111168 Carlton, hlr. . .. late, Henry Lanfor1l, ,lr,.. .. 3-1 811 Taylor, ,Iohn 1':11XY111, -lr, .,,, 3-1 111-1 'll-ate, Heinz Luten. ,lr.. .. 3-1 11111 'l'inkler, Sain .X1exan1ler, ,lr, ,,,, 34 ll-l Tinsley, Melvin Darclen. . . .. 3-1 11111 'l'oclcl, ,Iohn Rucker, Ill .. .. .. 3-1 '18 Tucker, Roy Calvin.. .. . luggle, Charles Sunnney, hlr, .. 3-1 1111 '1ll11'l1k'I'. 1'2l1XYlIl Roe. ,,,,, . . lwitchell, ,loseph Dale. .. .. 3-1 1118 Yarner. .lI1111C8 lficlson, ,lr... .. Yeal, Hubert Gregory ,,,, ,,,,, . 3-1 11111 XYz1l1len, 1-Xlpheus Marvin, hlr. ....3-1 112 1Y1tlton, ,lcsse Lee Roy, vlr. .3-1,118.75 11111 1Y2i1'Zt'I', Leo . ,,,,,, . .. . 3-1 118 XYUCIIIN. ,laine-1 1Ye1ley .. ,,,,,, 31 11-1 1Yeiner, Irvine Most-1 ...3-1 118 NY1-inkle, Xhvlllllllll Stanley 34 118 XYhitaker, Hall liritton ,,,,, ,,,,, XYhite, Cecil .X1a, ,lr. .. 34 11111 1Yll1lCl1111l1, '11111-1111 Hutton W 3-1 11111 1Yillcox, lfli Kennecly .. . 1118 XYillefor1l, llennett Rufus, ,lr 3-1 11111-on. ,laniea X an .Xrwlale ..3-1,118 '18 XYil1on, .'X1'11l1I1' 1'larrineton. ,lr. XX't11111, Richarml Slyrler . XY11Fl21l111, Robert Hlake ,,,, . . 3-1 11111 Wright, Haroltl Daw-nn 3-1 111-1 1111-, Lionel Mcrerlith . Young, .Xrthur 1Yayne ,,,,, . 3-l SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINIS- TRATION SENIOR COLLEGE .xll1lCI'51111, Charle1 Harvey . 311 .Xu1tin, filenn 711110111218 . .. H37 111-1 lialrlwin, Ray .X11111C1l1j', ,lr... 37 1112 Iiallou, ,lanies lf.. . .. . 37,112 137 liarber, Leroy Robert .371118 Hates, XYiIliani LeRoy, llr, .. 17,111,114 118, 11111 1.311 11ri1lge8, Ralph l'aget .. . .111,1112 135 lirook-, -lohn lf ,,,,, ,,,,,, . .. llurch, L Charlton, ,lr. ,,,, 37,111,711 112 1'il!l'gC88, Clarence Steznlinan, ,lr. 311 75 Cantrell, Larry 1Yillar1l 37, 52,112 112 LIl1liI.1111Zil1, Harvey Holcoinbe .. 311 1118 Collar, Henry N. ,,,, . .. ...17 '18 Crirler, Harry jackson, ,lr,.. . 37 111-1 Crown, 'lohn .Xll1ert. ,,,,, . 37 Cuinbaa. .l21y, hlr. 2311, -17, 5-1, 55, 111, 711 811 Denny, Leroy, ,I 1' ,,,,,,, 311,-15,117.1111, 1112 135 Dolive, liarl . . ... ,,,,,,,, 311 Durrett, Horace 1Yil81.1n .,,, 311, 11-1, 72 111-1 Few, Eugene Cannon, ,lr ,,,,,,,,, . . Gay. Leonard 171112111 -lr . 37,111 1118 Golrlstein, 'lacob ,,,,,,1,1,,, .. . ,,,, . 37 Hall, Morrill Melton. ,,,,,,, ,,,,, . . -lorclan, Charlee Ernest. ,,,,, ,,,,, . 3-1 11111 Kent, Charles lfelker ,,,, ,,,,, . . 111 Kilian, Robert 1Yesley.. .. . 311 11111 Lee, Charles Sanford ..., .. 311 1112 Lett, .Xiitlrew Curren ,.,, . . ,,,,,, 311 Lipforfl, Thomas Darden.. 311 1211 Malone, Cecil Cyrus ,,,,,,,,,, Morgan, Hugh 1Yil1on . Mozley, Mozlcy. Murray, .l2ll1l1'8 XYilli1, 37,11-1,111-1 Nat, ,l1'. . .. Mialter llerry.. ...37 N1C111.1l5, Samuel Matthew1 .. 1.1ate1, Kenneth .Xltrt-cl, ,lr.. .. 37 Parrish, Charle1 Yan Iluren .. 1'ear1on, 1Yilliani ,,,,, . .. 311 1'l1lllll18, Mallory ltrle, 'li-1 31,111,117 1111, 11111 1311111111 Charles Chriatoplier.. l'rewitte , Xivien . , . ,,,,, ..311 Richarrlion, 1':C1XX'ZlI'1l Ogclen.. . . Siegel, Loni1 Aaron . .. 311, '111, 118 S1 111111 Miilliun 'lihoni 311 5-1 111 711 S1ke1, H 2 ax.. ,. , , onier Bryan, wlr. 311 1 Sinnn11n1, XYilliani .xxlt'X21l11lt'1".. 37, ,111 511115, Larl .Xlbert .. .. 311 ,l3l'lUI11l1s0l1, Irvine Hoyt, ,,,,, .. 1-1 112 1.311 81,1 112 37 OH 711 1311 1113 135 1211 1211 ll-1 1211 37 '1'l1o11i1111j111, Lawrence Cli11'11r1l, .Ir 31, 11111, 1 1.311 '1'uret8ky, Sain .. ,. 11111211031 ,lanic-1 Harper, hlr, 311, 11111 XY1llc11x, Drury R1-irl, 'lr 111 JUNIOR COLLEGE-SOPHOMORES llernian. lflliott .. ,,,,,, 38 118 Risliop, Uiilliani l"re11crick 237,111-1 1311 Callaway, Merrel l'11ryi1 ,, 38 11111 LIi1l111L'111. Charle1 Ct'1t'1I1t'l'. Xxllillcl' I-L'Ht1y .. 38 112 Crain, 1Yilliain Carey, III . ,,,, 38 '18 Daley, Robert Stewart. . 38 1118 Dickt-111, 1i111'11011 Lee, hlr. 25 117 liniery, Everett Roy, Vlr. .18 11111 lflwlilllllll. 1'11'I'l121I'1l .. 38 118 Fotou, Alec l1ioni1 VVYYVV Gross, 1211XXI11'11 ilillwllllix, .. .. Hane1, Alvin Le'N:1r1l . H38 111-1 Harrie Charle1 38,117,'111,1l8 Htllllillllill, .-Xrnnltl liernartl . 38 118 ,letC1'er1, lrlilly H -- . ,len1i111n, Robert Minis, -Ir. .. 38 112 -lL111llN11l1, Harry -l 37 112 ,l11l111x1111, Roxcue Felix. ..... . . Keenan, 1'aul .'X., ,Ir. .... 38,117,'111,1118 Knoph, Nicolai Lautrup. ,lr 311,111 1118 1.V1L'1illllI'1, 11218117111 llrown .. .. 38 1.1'lX1'L'l1S1C1l1, lfrank lfinil. . l.u1i1f11r1l, lfrne1t 38 1111 Manheini, M11rri1, ylr.. 38 118 Menclel. .-Xrthur Irvin .... . 37 118 l'irkle, Lelantl ,lack1on. ,lr 38 111-1 l'ost, ,lohn Yreelantl .. .. . 38 Rylaniler, -lohn liinury . 38 '18 Starnex, ,lanies Leyvi1, -lr.. . 38,117 112 Stubl11, 113111111111 Uacar, ,lr. . ..... 38 112 'l'l10111115tl11, XYilliani Lofton, ,lr..38.117 711, 711, 1118 XYater1, 32111101 Marion ,.,. 37 1118 XXX-innieister, Carl ,lohn, 111 .. 38,'1r1 1111 JUNIOR COLLEGE-FRESHMEN llalkconi, -laniea Rol1l1in8 .. . liarton, lilack. ,l Cannon, R121l1L'fI Lconarcl, ,lr ...... 32. ohn Diekerfon, .lr . ,lan1e1 Cc-lenian. ,lr. 38 Carver, .Xn1lrew .lZlL'lis1,1l1 . Chewky, Kenneth li. .. .. Craven, Leon ,losei1l1..... 3'1 Davi1ls11i1, Drew Musser... 30 Davis, Harry Hollainl l'1ay, XYilliani Carl. .. .. 30 DeYault. Dayirl Sullinf, Dlr. ....... 3'1 lfstea, Lamar Harvey ..... . 311 lfluker, ,lulian Grahain ....,. . ..... . lfolsoni, xY11l1l1Ill ,le11'erson. Vlr. 3'1 Ford, Robert .Xllen ..... . ..... .W Freeclinan, ,lack Irving .,. 3'1 1iolson, Charles Oliver, ,lr, 311 Harbin, ,lohn Henderson. ,li ',.. .. Harkins, Harry Milton ........ . Hartstielcl, Edgar 1-Xllen .,,.. .. ..3'1 1112 1111 111-1 11111 112 11111 112 1118 37 11111 1112 118 08 11111 C A Hitt, lfiliyaril lireeiiiyxly, 'lr Hurxt, Xlex Xleliiwzirli, vlomw, .lulni I':iul ,.,, , Hzirtws, ,lnlin l.L-un. -lr. Kniix, Cliarlef Sznnuel ,,,,,, Krauf. George XX'illi:1in, ,lr lxricger, Mzix H ,,,, ,,,,5U, Martin, l-0rin Stewart. , Menmlel, lk-rry , , Milwain. .lzniiex liillexpie. l'irlx ' ' 'le. l'. L., Elf, ,,,, ,, l'urcell, Czirltun lfiixlvy. ,lr liziiiiwzitvr, l.uptun X1-zazcy i . . lxclgvl. l.eu XX 2ilIL'I', ,Ir , Rieliarwlauii, XX'arren luiizitliziii, Rulrertsiiii. lfugene Mnw 30, i lvvgerr-, llenry l lnniizis ,,,,, ,,,, , W, Qruelii. Mortun llziriililn l'liuiii:iN. ,lulin lfrzinlc. ,lr.,, , l'liuinzi-. ,luwiili llarulfl, .lr l'lmiii:iN. l.uiniie L'zniipliell,, l'linrntnii, George Mnrri-N XX'ilkef, ,luwlvwii Stanley. ,lr. XX'illiznnx. Rufux XX'einlell, XX'itlierxlmuii, hlulin lilliy, Ygirclley, liicliziril lim ,, Zinnnerinan, Meyer ,ll-ro nie W SU 118 ILS lun SU Inu lin 11: lllei lllll lllll Us lllil ll?-I MPUS DIR SCHOOL OF NURSING SENIORS Amlruns, ,lane , . lux ruin l UIUNL' Clark. ,lnye l'z1trieizi,, Hairinzin, Nell ,,,, Hewitt, Carolyn l.l Qliepxirrl, Mziclulyn ,,,,, Stn-iiliens, iirzice XX llllxk' iesiiiiurelaiiil, Tznnne XXilliania, l.iiune1il XX" ilxiin, ilozin ,,,,, ,,,,, , , JUNIORS llzilflwni, Xirgnnzi U llruolix, Margaret .Xnn, ll.nnnn-tt, Margaret Leyerett, Mziriun , M efurry, Rellia l'uu'ell l'iiee, M1n'ji,irye Murl ,,,,, l ith, Margaret Rngen, Marian .-X, ,,,,,, , U lxnwniziii, Milflrurl ,lane ,,,,,, ,,,,, . Ziitti, .lzine Franeex , W , LIBRARY SCHOOL lhlznni, flarzi I.-Xilecne lell l'lNiu luix Czilliouii, Mziry Kzitli Carter, lietty ,,,,, erine ECTORY Curry, Szirali Milfurdn, H , Davis. Lora Fraiicesm ,,,,, Ellington, Mary McConnell Fogarty, lflizahetli XX'all ,,,,.. Hall, Mabel McCall ,,,, ..,,,,,,, Hzirzilson, Page ,,,,, Hearn, ,lane ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , laekson. Florence .Xngier ,,,,,, jacksoii, Yirgiiiia -lane ,,,,,, jainifon, Louixe ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, Kelley, ,lulin :Xlbert ,... .,,,.,. Keunefly, Katherine Zn-nip ,,,, Kilinnlik, Celia . .,.. Kirby, Marjorie Coiiuver,,,,, Lallruce, l.len'ellyn :Xtwoocl Mefounell, lfclytlie l-ni1,,- MeKeou'n, Susie Norwood, Meremlitli, Luuine ,,,. . Uutiiii, Yeluia ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, , , Quick, Mary lletli ,,,, ,,.,, . Reiil, lilizalietli Calnlxvell Sclinliel, Anne Czitlierine Slip-Huy, Margaret Louise Sinitli, Catlin-riiiu Colliy. 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