Emory University - Campus Yearbook (Atlanta, GA)

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Z fi ',N , -:,.g 4 ya: Q H-Lg, 'f' ,aug F 31- , 3 i'l liyn. nf' 'T 'Nl v- f, gg 'U' as-.fc-ew ff 5- ' X f -,I gif, '- W ' , , 1 ' if f? ' " ?7!l,. ' C 45 2555, 'I 7 1:31 5 1-LA Y" il ' ' tx as I 'T QL 'fy' A w ' 1 , Z 5 I . ws W Y -1' fr x 1 , ' I 1 . , Ji .1 ,il , ". av' Fl.. I , . .n,, V mmf, ff .. ff ' an ., , 'G , ,RL . Sw, "mar ' 1 I .,.J T IIE EDITORS AND STAFF OF TIIE 1946 CAMPUS - SINCEBELY DEDICATE THIS BOOK TO THE PIIESIDENT OF EMORY UNIVERSITY, DB GOODBICH COOK WHITE n Q ss a 'm nu an A? ' ss mgz: E , a we ,gm -I H: I : KRW uma 1 up WTB". ' - . wa ss a E m -: . -V J v W ww- - T- .:.v m Agn. ' 4 K ' Q-iiimgf may .' :.: EL, q - .af x E wwifix '42, 1?-'. :JA L 4, V If-2 4, r 'Hx , ,. Q22 . -A ,' 4 ii. XS I 'Lf' -LQ. "W 12?::1,-.- I F' gf ' F v , K 9... ' KL' . B -,lv Y -:Q am- '--if-J, . mx . I1 , 7:9 3 ii he --- 2 Y? 5:3 gli fl If hi 4 '-5 -5 It is not necessary to present this book to you for it is already yours, it is you. It is not necessary to make apologies or excuses for its shortcomings. They are all foreseen diffi- cult1es It IS SUHPICICIH to say that We have trred to put mto pr1nt some of the sp111t that IS Emorys To define tlus smut IS to tell the 3 Of? 0 6,l?'l0l'y A Cl1g111H6C-l gate Two marble columns agamst wh1ch the snow prles, the wrnd and ram beat, around Whlch the sun dances Iron grllhng and a lantern sendrng forth 1ts stead fast hght through all the seasons of the year A Wmdmg Walk bordered Wrth dogwood ablaae Wrth the purest Wl11tC to herald the sprmg of each yefu A spne 11S111g hlte a linger EXt11C2I.f111g rtself from all below, reaehrng for all that 15 above These are the symbols as the body 1S only a syrn bol Beyond and deep 111S1d6 are the heart, the pulse, the rhythms of hfe '5i'r mf: 'gig' WH? Q- xv-. S- ,g1Q'T?v3f'3W?f Qwmiuwmamywww "VY" 'r' -v5.:i"'5-1'-52 im 'b tmp-Q' :qv,f-,,,,i'1E23 ta ir' -if-45' ,Q ff' 5- . . . . 1 1 1 .u u 7 . . - . if u I v 1 ' I l D . . 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L r . 1 ,. .,,g,.-1. -A ---..,--- 7,-'15-f ,c.u.':', ..--,,.f,J- , N..-:fa-,. -:J . wa- . ,f-sf an -'f -.-.af-ual:-a vm- '...,.f WV -H New fav- M vfewfffwia 'ti -512' -fm V 't anemia Wrgfi-Wag ,gen 'S'9"'3f4f'5'I"'?1-EFL' megiwasww lwa 2 There are many patterns hvmg s1de by Slde as there are manv behefs and many goals The Georgra farm the bl1ZZ1I1g hustlrng Clty the plams and the mountams The Kelly lads and the Cohens The doctor to be and the preacher edu' cator nurse lawyer hbranan or artrst Thrs IS more than Fmory more than Arner1ca rt 1S lmfe ded1cated to a purpose Thrs 1S hfe herng molded wrth care and gurdance Deep Lnsrde there 1S happrness and sorrow There IS success and farlure There 1S work and play Graduatrng sen1ors nod to those they leave he lnnd as they look forward to then v1s1ons and hack upon then days of Joy wlnch wrll never return Student nurses work so that they may g1V6 some touch of compassron to a World tl1at has knovn 11 much pam wh1le theolograns seek the Truth 111 serv1ce to the Kmgdom of God and young doctors carrv on a crusade of htunamty 1n the name of scrence Lxbrarrans work Wlfh the keys to learnmg the fnends of the lonely l1ours graduates cont1nue to search for all they belreve so that they too may say Wlth s1ncer1ty I know Dentrsts spend hours 111 serv1ce to the poor g1v1ng wh1le they learn and those who asp1re to the Law prov1de the SIHGWS of our land and our lrherty Deep 1ns1de are those who lead and create, those who speak for the1r own future There are those V . 1 . - Q 0 . - . . 7 7 3 J n ' , 4 . ' 7 pg 3 . . 1 7 7 i 7 ' - . - I J , M.. n . . . . . . . . I - 4 n I I I I ' l Q . , I - . . 1 4 . . I n 1 ..- . - . - . . . . . . v . . ' ' 7 . . . . 3 3 1 . A 0 K Q l 1 ' 2 3 . . '. cc 3: . , . . . . . . J 7 V U n n . V - . . - 4 1 ' . who unite in the bonds of brotherhood and- under- standing. Above all, there are those who look to the future, and as they do, so does Emory, for ahead is the realization of many a dream, Some of us may now be ready to leave this world we have known here and Venttue into the larger- one outside. In time we will all take our places in life and that steadfast light will always be before us. Emory has taught us to be free. It has given us complete freedom and beauty of the soul. And though we shall some day die, our souls will live. They will look back upon this life and see a youth who fought evils, who fought itself, a youth who iinally emerged from the flotsam to build a monu- ment to Truth and Justicein its heart. Though our story may -never have a tribute, though it may re-. main short and unsung, we shall always cherish it. It will ever be the-book of our youth, our triumphs and struggles. This is our sea of life. The calm peaceful waters that meant happiness, the waves that brought sorrow, the currents of evil, the surfs of joy . . . and the Hnal low tide of death. This is the spirit of Emory . . . Yes, it is more than the story of a school in an American city. It is the story of life. The story of a heart, a soul, and the story of those who 'make this life something fine and noble. ' - MORTON-SIANFORD Rnrcrnurr i C 5 , 4 We .f , f lynx if Q2 'gg'f" '. "F, Q5 - .v bla. At a meetmg ofthe Georg1a Methochst Conference held 1n Washmgton, G60fg1a, m 1834 Dr Steppm Ohn, then Presldent of Randolph Macon College, addlessed the members of the Conference ln behalf of the Vxrguna 1nst1tut1on At the conclusxon of th1S speech the members were convmced that the Conference should contnbute to the support of Randolph Macon At tlus tune, however, one of the number, Uncle Allen Turner, rose to the floor and 1n a fiery speech took the pos1t1on that the Metho L. 1. 1f5"""3" F4 5' 'P t3l"'f2E5,, j'2"'ql 'V' -44,34-H.. fl .9 tk,-3 Qs-f.-1' L we N- W' "31:.:f.22- 4 'Mm A ' 'Q ""Fw "" Ww- ufffrzm-'-f-xi' sig ,.,"-9 ""'g""B- H,'fze,,gw 4, ...Ne-rin ...r mfs-'Wir'-352,-1-3, .r,.f,sf.eG:z'?,5'f'4feHf.f14,3fg.f-'r'fw14e?4Smff2f- .ff--.mr cz. q'7tSaw' . ' Chg,-,,, 5 ,.,,,,,,.,,.:,,.qg,Z,,,s,,,,1,, ' - . - 111. -N.,-, - . V VI.: Af" A ' I U - . f 4 " , ' V -4 I , . , . 4 . . . . - . . . . . Q ' . - ' . . I . . . . . . . . , . , . V . - . ' I . . ' cz 77 ' . . A 3 2490 Aa. 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'.E,'- . .1 'V , "- .---- N - 3-..g,' ',--:l Y., M: 1: nz, Q fl.. .4 . .:,.. 5, ' .7 1,1 , I ', ' . rx 'T gc' '-ei-iv?c,1rg.54-.Bf.x:,F3-.il -, ' ,, - -' , fm .qv--., ,..,, A ,,, .. .. ' ...."- Ur' " '-wr-' ' - -- -' ,-1 '., --f-u ,J .1 - 'f ' . ' 1' , . ' w r-" ' - --4 - -A . . . ... vu- .. .-. .. . . s.. .- . . V . - v-: ' ' 1, -'4.:'..,-lk 3 ..,1,.Q.,.5.3-.9-5:T.:A.'T.-f.,'f"?3 dists of Georgia should notvsend their money up to Virginia, but should found a college of their own. A committee, composed of Ignatius A. Few, Thomas Mabrey, and john Howard, was appointed, and they decided to open a school adopting the manual labor plan. In March of the year 1835, a small group of students trudged through the newly-opened doors, of an institution called the Georgia Conference Manual Labor School, just outside the little town of Covington in 'Newton Countyf There, in ten crude school buildings, the Methodist Church was beginning an experiment in education. .That experiment did not work, but it was the start of an endeavor that has culminated today in the great, modern campus and far-reaching scholastic attain- ments of Emory University V Dr Ignatius A Few became the first president of the institution and seeing that the manual' school was failing, appealed for an enlarge- ment of the operations The Georgia Conference authorized Dr. Few to apply to the Georgia Assembly for an extension of the charter to allow the founding of a college Before the grantmg of the charter, 'ie proposed school was named Emory College, in honor of Bishop john' Emory I A It was in December of 1836 that the pen of Georgia Governor Wil- ham Schley scratched into history the first chapter of the story of Emory with the signmg of the charter of Emory College The college opened its doors to students on the seventeenth of September 1888 Wlth fifteen studcnts entering as members of the freshman and sopho more classes In 1840 the trustees of the College took over the affairs mostly habihtiesl of the Manual Labor School Meanwhile the town of Oxford had been mcorporated bv the legislature with Dr Few as its first c1t1zen The name Oxford was selected at the suggestion of Dr Few The year preced1ng the War Between the States were ones of un ceasing struggle for the staff and faculty of little Emory College and of the manual labor system under which the students by their work 111 the fields would contribute to the financial support of the school The decision therefore in 1841 was to sell the farm lands and to con centrate on teachmg In those early days Emory s curriculum was largely classical The emphasis was sohdly placed on the study of Greek Latin and mathe matics Most popular of all extra curricular act1v1t1es was forensrcs debating and the art of public speaking The two principal groups and mtellectual hfe on the campus During the bitter years of the VVar Between the States the buildings of the camnus at Oxford were used to house Wounded soldiers Weeds I r ,I C I . S ' . 7 '- a ' n cc . - C n I o n P7 n 1 I l CK 73. ' I 7 . Y 3 . 7 . A ' I I 5 A 1 l 2 - ' I ' . 3 a 0 I X , . . . n . . I H , , , -i : . ' . ' . . . .. . . , the Phi Gamma Society, and the Few Society, became centers of social . I C n . . , . .I grew across the lawns and there was- considerable doubt at the close of the War as to whether the college would ever reopen. Thewounds of conflict had struck deep into the life of the South, and' it looked as though such things as education would simply have to suffer. How- ever, in Ianuary, 1866, the bell rang which summoned the new students from their homes and the old students from the battlefield.. We 'ed 4hQh Q I' On 1 Sunday in November 1880 D1 Atticus G Haygood then President of hmory preached an extrfmordinaiy sermon at the OXfO1d Methodist Church Dr Haygood declared that the South should be grateful for the resumption of relat1o11s with the national government and for the abolition of slavery A New York banker Geoige Leney read this speech and donated 3' ' . I A xl .I V QXWLZ , , R1 Ad V V . . V V I. . A-.Q Lu N ., -in . f , 'J -' - - f . ' 1 . . - "- . ' ' - V V w . ' , x. ,, , 'H 1 ' , , 1- s' gpms' ' " , - V V' Y ' 1 ,, . "P :. . "hd ' '- "Ll " ' ' 'F' 'sf ff .wx " ,IVV 7 - 'K , ' , 4, , W I , Y '. '. ' Y. '. JA- . " , . , ' , -4.,,' ', - u., V 'B , K K. 5-it ' I me-. XL I Y . K: Y H . " N., '-"fur '. V ,, J. 1 . 'Tv " - - A' ' j Vj V-v.-- N -- 1-. ,V . 'N-nr V , V 1 ' -f N, ."i' V::"' - "vi 2 ., ' -Y "VT V , fr' 'M , -. -, -.s- A - at N - , A. A 3 .' .xp , . V .. Q . . . w 4 V' V V -2 V a " e . 1 V . V ' ' " I " 'Wil s "--, . , ' V -e,.V H . "VA , N N J V ,, , -X., ,V K. , 1, ,V, - . V Q. .f,,"e.- 6 , vvniJ:f2gg1i'.WuAi ,Wjw I- x ' :uawE.2, JW? lv . Y. I 3, ' 'V ,."':, hr I -.sp r if R, - 0 A. ' C 7 , a u , . -1 , 2 C ' . N, . V I I I . . A . . . ' c L I ' ' r I . , ' ' ' ' 9 7. . S10,000 to Emory. This was the first of many gifts for this educational institution. The years of greatest growth and expansion may be dated from the time that Warren Akin Candler became president of Emory College in 1888 until its formation as a university in Atlanta. As early as 1891 Emory College officially went on the record with regard to its attitude toward athletics---an attitude which it has followed with con- sistency ever since, and one which was far ahead of its times. President Candler wrote in 1892 that Emory encourages "all wholesome sports among its studentsv but looks with no allowance on what we call "inter- collegiate sportsf, "The match games tend to give excitement to a few---while they make mere spectators of the majority of the student body, thus defeating the ends of sportsf' There is little participation in intercollegiate athletics, but the intramural system is so set up that every student who desires may take part in all forms of athletics. Asa Griggs Candler is the donor who really laid the foundation for the college to become a university. In a letter to a Methodist Commis- sion he wrote, HI offer to the Educational Commission of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, charged by the General Conference with the duty of establishing an institution of university grade east of the Mississippi River, the sum of one million dollars CS1,000,000Q for the' endowment of such an institution . .s .v . It was decided that Emory College would prove the nucleus for its development and that the University would be located in Atlanta. As' the site for the campus a beautiful, wooded plot, in the Druid Hills section was deeded to the University. A An agreement was reached whereby the Atlanta Medical College became a part of Emory. The School of Law began operations in 1916 fand shortly thereafter the School of Theology transferred operations to the campus. The second World War saw Army and Navy training programs in- vade every portion of the campus. There were Navy and Marines with a few Army students in the Medical School. The non-service student ,,... ... :.. rem. -1. ' -a-. :gf Be, 'gif-1-.us-rf-.ze fe- -R , f if .aaeffsae-fa. .aaa fee-aaeefateee-a-M.aea aaaeaf - ' ' ..s"' ' "' " '. '---"r':' -... --:..-..'- M-. '.,.4.- . . . . - Nfl "::a. i -gi:.E2,ur:1ie",55a-.+'i-1'-fa-51--rfcfffigi' 5359 f. Ffa-::21iF'i-Trip:-:ifsszfirf--qi:-T-,...gg--was55215-:I-'5f:5:?.4' - Ea.,--3:5-fh mn- 1.. 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ENGLISH, Chairman PROFESSOR GARLAND G. SINIITH ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR H. PRENTICE MILLER ASSISTANT PROFESSOR EDWIN T. -MAJKTIN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR JOHN E. T LLFORD, JR. ASSISTANT PROFESSOR VVARD PAFFORD INSTRUCTOR L. HARRIS CI-IEWNING VISITING PROFESSOR VVILL D. HOWEI Fine Arts PROFESSOR MALCOLBI H. DEWEY Geology PROFESSOR JANIES G. LESTER, Chairman ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR ARTHUR C. MUNYAN RESEARCH ASSOCIATE W. FRANK INORAM German PROFESSOR CHRISTIAN F. HALIFF, Chairman INSTRUCTOR H. WOODROW FULLER COR le-ave of absencel INSTRUCTOR SAMUEL M. SIIIVER, JR. COR leave of nbsenceJ Greek and, Latin PROFESSOR CLARENCE E. BOYD, Chairman PROFESSOR EMERITUS EDXVARD K. TURNER . , , . , "mr S' W'-Pf'R+RwRSRR?JSRS:f4. W . R I A MW. W-S. ffl? 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HARVEY 4 On leave of absencej ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IAIVIES HARVEY YOUNG ACTING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR W. ROY MCGEI-TEE .lournalism PROFESSOR RAYMOND B. NIKON, Chairman ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR FLOYD K. BASKETTE ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR JOHN A GRIFFIN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR RICHARD JOEL LECTURER IN JOURNALISM, CHESS ABERNATHY, JR Mathematics PROFESSOR DOUGLAS RUMIBLE, Chairman ASSOCIATE PROFEOSOR CHARLES E CLARK VISITING PROFESSOR WILLIAM G MCGAVOCK ASSISTANT PROI ESSOR MARVIN B SLEDD PROFESSOR EINIERITUS I FREDERICK MESSICK Philosophy PROFESSOR LEROY E LOEMKER, Chairman INSTRUCTOR JAMES A PAIT Physical Education PROFESSOR THOIVIAS E MCDONOUGH, Chazrman ASSIS TART PROFESSOR RALPH C SHEA INSTRUCTOR LINVVOOD VV GATLEY KOR leave of absencel Physics PROFESSOR DANIEL RUSSELL MCNIILLAN, IR., Chairman I ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR ROBERT T. LACEMANN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR ERNEST H. HADDOCK PROFESSOR EMERITUS WILLIAM S. NELLiS Political Science PROFESSOR CULLEN B. COSNELL, Chairman PROFESSOR VVILLIAINI B. 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L r., 31-HT 44 'C 1 cz., :zv,i.. wina kr i .1 Qwfiet Jlamf-it anne? eic tw YI' This year's social season saw the coming of a new type of function - Stunt Night, sponsored by the E. C. A., I. F. C., and S. A. C. Highlights of the evening were the presen- tations of fraternity skits, square dances, and a spirited conga. Emory will dance either to a juke box or a big- name band. During the past year the so-called "two-bit" dances, sponsored by the I. F. C. and S. A. C., have become quite popular. But April will see the return of one of its historic functions ' in honor of one of its most famous citizens -the Honorable Mr. Dooley. l'85 lnan Zag 261160 ,4 9.4. 5 gba... l Exclusive of their participation in the over-all Uni- versity extra-curricular program, the nurses have activities of their own. Most of these functions take place in Harris Hall. 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'- - .r -:Az -.-',-..'-'L-I -.:.-:-1Jr'-'r-q'.- -- .:--,:f:- 72- - .!.'-az'-J.-'--4-K2.-bf.-.L.x4:,:9'-.4 A. :v,:vxm-.u- .s.p-v--.z:."J 31- " .. - -43.-4-11's vw- .4 4- n. -Q.--s-.45s.-.'.,..:."- ...az-'r 1-"' 'Sis' -'1-:-.nnf-':0Sdu-'l--9q..1.':.'fN- E UHYS CREED EMORY STANDS FOR SOMETHING A Unrversrty ought to stand for somethrng besrdes learnrng Emory has a polrcy and lt has a pur pose It has a mrssron and rt rntends to be true to rtself and to 1tS mrssron It stands for the plarn and srmple thrngs of human lrfe It stands for the plam and srmple thrngs of human character It stands for the plarn and srrnple thrngs of the Chrrstran relrgron It stands for lrfe and that more abundantly for truth and that freely for scholar shrp and that deeply for work and that hard for play and that gladly for farth and that srmply for the best m lrfe and rt belreves the best rs yet to be It beheves rn preparatron for lrfe and that thoroughly It belreves rn thrrft and property and that rt IS as necessary for the Unrversrty to lrve wrthrn rts rncome as rt 1S for the rndrvrdual or the state and equally a matter of common honesty as well as good busrness It belreves rn the thrngs of the body rn health exercrse and recreatron It beheves rn athletrcs for all rather that the prowess of the few and the applause of the extra mural multrtudes It beheves rn the thrngs of the sprrrt rn mercy justrce and humrhty and rn the tendency toward the eternal It belreves rn the whole man strong and manlv It rs laborrng for such a man as rts chref arm Its vrsron 1S nerther rnward or downward nor backward but up ward outward and forward It belreves that the fundamentals are always the same but rt knows that the old order' contrnually chanffeth yreldrng place to new and that rt must ever adapt rtself to rts day 'md generatron It belreves that nature and hfe are not nearly so schematrc as we are and that we are very far from the end of every problem It belreves that lrfe IS a grft of nature and that beautrful hvmg rs a grft of wrsdom It belreves ru rts own youth and rn the flamrng plastrc yearnrng youth who come wrthrn rts gates It beheves m the truth of scrence rn the glory of the Renublrc and rn the God of the Fathers STEWARTR ROBERTS M D OO AB 09 . . . . . . . , , ' . . . . . . ,- - ' ' - . . , a Q " 2 I a 1 a Q I . I . . . . c , . K 9 3 . . . . . . , 3 i .7 ' ' . . . . . . . . . 7 3 ' 3 . . . . . . . . 7 - Q A q I ' , . - : ' , D J . . . . . , c . c - ' , . . it 1 n u ' ' ' ' . . sr 1 n 1 I I ' ' , : a . 1 .. Q ' 1 a -1 1 J n vt, I u 1, -la PHESIIIE TS DUHES5 This edition of the CAMPUS appears at the end of the iirst year of adjustment to post-war conditions. The year is also the last of the first decade of Emory's second century. More than half of this decade has been overshadowed by war . . . the threat, the actuality, and the aftermath. It is deeply gratifying that, despite the repeated readjustments necessitated by changing conditions, significant progress has been made in the carrying forwarltl of projected plans for the continuing development of the University. These plans have been based upon careful appraisal of the University's responsibilities and' opportunities in the new era into which we have entered. i The limits of expansion anticipated for a five to ten year period have been about reached in a few months. IlibiS our earnest hope that the years just ahead will be marked by substantial and steady improve- ment of the physical facilities of the University and of its work and service. The University's record of service during the war is one of which we can be proud. The great need now, as always, in a troubled and uncertain time, is for men and women of character, courage, intelli- gence, and unselfish devotion. Such men and women Emory seeks to prepare. I have confidence in Emory,s future. I have confidence, too, in Emory men and women, students and alumni. I am sure that they will be ready to make their contribution, their vocations, as citizens, and as fine human beings, with firm faith in the enduring values and with unwavering loyalty to the idealism embodied in our Christian heritage. ' ' . GooDR1cHC.Wru1'E, President. April, 1946. GIF? j-I':i'.Qh7lib"'i"5xL:gQi515-f"'x.Q,QiJ3f'ra,i13'Q,oQiIiL:.-1".l'.-I.:-:Li if: fi"' r1fel-f vi i. .,.,-:,',5l1 f 4231 ati-tit 'CHQ' ' ' 'T' 'Q ' or 'tl' it :aaa - -1 elf' 1' 7' 2? P51 ,J 1 W v:4:.L4,i7-Wagga, -cscw-gf' - 4 .., fr 1 'Q..5,,+ .- -4-.V-1, . ,Rea ,, ,, , ,, ,, ,V , M SJ., if ,offer rf ew- 1+-fm .. " . 5, ,,, .,f 1:?Z"', 1-a-25156.-1--' riff' 1:'a1i'.as::f4a.ea.fLfs"f ?s.2?2Q.f-z'-5-mairgf'-H H-:ff 42 11 my'mmef.:.,'fIf35fe-isfQa1.fff53jF42f,'j.-f.:5lJff'i 'WL -..,.f+:g::f fire-qv: -I - '-' ' . we .. , Y . ' , ----' fx...-.--- 5-'P fl A f '-'- f 'Y - ' ' - an ey ML 0.-wa,-J fo i ell' UZJLOII-6 Gilt! GCA UPON. f GU' Cjayd 0 ,Oy WALC WL llellel' refurn f f 4 -4 -ff V , N, 1 E ' 1 X i 4 , T J 1 7 1 I 4 I '5- iiifsv 2' W1LL1AM ALLOOOD Oxford, Ga. GEORGE BAx'rEn Adams, Tenn. DAVIS CHAMBLISS Atlanta, Gen THEODORE CORVETTE Toccoa, Ga. VVILLIAMS DicK1NsoN Atlanta, Ga. MARSHALL BANKS Conley, Ga. TOM BROWNE Thomaston, Ga. MANUEL COOPER Atlanta, Ga. WATSON DERDEN Dunwoody, Ga.- -HUGH DULING Atlanta, Ga. Bon FITZGERALD Atlanta, Ga. LUTHER FORTSON Fortson, Ga. JACK FREE Doerian, Ca. STANLEY HANSON Ben Hill, Ca. JACK FLETCHER Tampa, Fla. DUEWAED FOSTER Hawkinsville, Ga.- CLIFFORD HAIVIESA' Decatur, Ga. BEVEL JONES- Atlanta, Gaf. DENNxs JONES Decatur, Ga. MARSHALL LITTLE Atlanta, Ga. LAUREN NORVELL Atlanta, Ga. BEN RAMSEY Brunswick, Ga. BRUCE LEFEBRE Atlanta, Ga. Ons MITCHELL Tampa, Fla. GEORGE Pom: Atlanta, Gu. Sco'r'r REGISTER NVinter Haven, F la NIORTON-SANFORD REICH,-uv: Cleveland, Ohio A. E. Ronmsow Avondale Estates, Ga. ALAN Snconn ' Atlanta, Ga. En SHERMAN Brunswick, Ga. IAcon RIQE Lynn, Mass. MAYO ROYAL Newman, G21- Roy SEWELL Atlanta, Ga. GORDAN S'rEncH1 Knoxville, Tenn: XVILLIAMZ STRINCFELLOYV' Gainesville, Fla. EMORY VIA Charlottesville, Va. HALL WHITAKER Fayetteville, Tenn. GEORGE EAsoN Baxley, Ga. W. VAN DYKE Neptune Beach, Fla. En WAXNWRIGIIT Atlanta, Ga. W1LL1AM WILSON Miami, Fla. M SW JOSEPH ADAMSON Morrow, Ga. JACK AFFLECK Decatur, Ga. GEORGE BAUMI-IAUER Atlanta, Ga. FRED BoLoNK1N Greenville, S. C. Dawson, Ca. JAIMES EARNEST BRIM CHARLES BROCKMAN Atlanta, Ga. VVILLIAM BROGAN Atlanta, Ga. JoE BURNS .gSt. Petersburg, Fla. CHARLES BUSH YVray, Ga. J.-UKIES BUSH Albany, Ga. BARNEY CARNES Cordele, Ga. :HENRY CARTER Atlanta, Ga. 'FREELIAN CAREY LaGrange, Ga. CHARLES CLARK Louisville, Ga. I? . K ,Z.,,,m Wi gg, by In 2 If in gf 'Wm ,I ,IEEE ,A-. , Qxugyxli 444: 2. 5, ga. 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LYNN I'IICKS Copperhill, Tenn. PARKS Hicks Atlanta, Ga. WILLIAM HINE Avondale Estates, Ca, GERALD HOFFMAN Atlanta, Ca. L. HOGAN Atlanta, Ca. VVILLIAINI I'lOCAN St. Augustine, F la. JACK HOLLAND Lawrenceville, Ga. RALPH I'lOL'L.AND Cedartown, Ga. TOM HONVELI1 Valdosta, Ga. M. INCLE Carrollton, Ga. 1 JOE PAR!-IAM Tallapoosa, Ca. BILL PEEPLES Jacksonville, Fla. TOM PETERSON Ailey, Ga. :IANIES Pxuzon. F itzgerald, Ga. GEORGE PULLIAS Miami, Fla. BARNEY REEVES Greenville, Ga. FRANK ROBINSON St. Petersburg, Fla. GEORGE ROPEE WALTER RUTLAND Lakeland, F la. CLYDE RYALS McRae, Ga. EMORY RYLANDER Americas, Ga. EDWARD SAVELL ' Atlanta, Ga. VVILLIAM SCI-IATTEN Atlanta, Ga. THOLIAS SELLERS Atlanta, Ga. w at Bm A ' 'r "T '-view' E ,,L, MA A ,A-AA N ..l..,t. '- -'liflfl af ,T K , mi' llgfff'-", A . V ,f.,.,, , ..1,. .... , A' Ag, A --:Q TH A A? 5 .il Q . ,n .f ,-l..r1., sv Y -,., E. if H 5'4"-' 5.56,-ggi 2- ig sa W x gym? -. A is msg me - Tr il if? f AAHfA1MfAA 5- ff'-1' Au :J ' 1 f- - ,-SE? 'el A E . W ff: A1 -L! A N: .. F- In .15 .. W. l...'l LET'-fax ' :- .f.z..s.Lt:.'...n.,:t 1 A Q? 3 Q A? CT-IENEY SIGMAN Atlanta, Ca. TRIPPI SLADE Atlanta, Ga. MYER SLOAN Atlanta, Ca, JAIAES SMITH St. Petersburg, Fla.. LUTHER SMITH, IIIf Waycross, Ga. CHARLES STOWE7 Alpharetta, Ga. CHARLES Swann Ben Hill, Ca. ROBERT SULLIVAN Carnesville, Ca. BENTON TAYLOR Davisboro, Ga. JANLES TuoMAs Greenville, S. C. W. TINKLER Atlanta, Ga. TIiOMAS VAN HQUTEN N ewnan, Ga. FRED VVILLIANIS- Havana, Fla.- SAN! ADAMS. New Orleans, La. RICHARD ALLEN Atlanta, Ca. ROBERT ANDREWS Decatur, Ga. CHARLES ARLISTRONG Albany, Ga. ROBERT BAKER Atlanta, Ga. JAMES BALKCOM: ' Atlanta, Ga. HAROLD BEASLEY Decatur, Ga. JESSE BELYEW Quincy, Fla. I JIAINIES BIRD Lakeland, F la. WILLIALI BIRD vondale Estates, Ga FRANK Buss Atlanta, Ga. ' JAMES BOND Atlanta, Ga. Bon Boom Georgia FRANK BowERs Atlanta, Ca. CLAUDE BRADLEY Dalton, Ga. ARTHUR BRANAN Sanford, Fla. GEORGE BROWN Miami, Fla. JAMES BULLARD Atlanta, Ga. THORIAS BURLEIGH Athens, Ca. ROBERT BURNS Atlanta, Ga. I'IOXVA'RD CALDYVELL Atlanta, Ga. MARVIN CARTER Atlanta, Ga. JAMES CLARK Kinston, Ala. RUSSELL CLARK Wilmington, N. C, FRANK COHEN Tampa, Fla. Iora Coox Murfreesboro, Tenn. JUDSON CORLEY Atlanta, Ga. HA'rmY CRAWLEY Thonmston, Gare DAVID DENNIS Valdosta, Ga. JOHN DICKINSON C-riHin, Ga. FRANK Donfrcrr Hawkinsville, Ga. LUc1EN DYHENFORTH Iackgonville, Fla. BERT Emvm YViuter Haven, Flaf LAINIBUTH Emvnsf Columbus, Ga. ROBERT FIKES Hamilton, Ala. was ROBERT FORBES Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT F OSTER Washington, D. C-. Bon GERSON Atlanta, Ga. D1YNIEL GO1.DHAc:1:N Miami Beach, Fla, NVILLIAM GUERIN Atlanta, Ca. DONALD I-IARKINS Atlanta, Ga. ROBIN I'lARRIS Avondale Estates, Ga ODEL HIAASEN Fort Lauclerclale, Fla. MALCOLLI IIOLLONVAY Atlanta, Ga. VVILLIALI I'lUDSON Marlctta, Ga. W1LL1A1x-L R. HUDSON Cramerton, N. C. FOnnEs'r HUTCHINSON Lzllcelancl, Fla. XVALTER INCRALI Jasper, Fla. Ronnm IENNINGS Dawson, Ga. GEORGE IESSEE ISan Francisco, Cal, ALLEN JOHNSON, In, Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT IoNEs Rome, Ga. 'LEONARD IORDAN T ampla, Fla. SrnNEY KAPLAN Atlanta, Ga. C. S. KNOX Decatur, Ga. WAMEN LOFTIS NICHOLAS Louis Chicago, Ill. A. P. MAv1o - Stanford, Conn. as .,,- , 1-5 F-we .iffy-I','j', 5 ' 1, -' v.',f.fW -T'--Tiffkf -f L-" -E., 1"' "- -e Egg: Guy. ,I "1 ,'?'Lf'f'.14 "?:"g5'-, y'.f': .- qfvP:-3'-52.5-'J 'W 2:12 ' '-MI dried'-,V .-v-3' - -' .xv .4 11:65 1-,gr .525 -1: HX: ':,,:'-'H Q 1 - -Lf 11 ,-D' -'-if QA f H+-1.-LQ 1 :f.- 11-,N."j 'uxg 435--j ,gig-. 1' J 1" q M Jim. nr Ji. - -1:P' .:' i' f.1T",f.-.-573' ' A -'I '- '-am' , -'-.1-P .u-31 fl FW' . 'VT' f - L HT fa? ,,f1LW 3, wif- -15:33 . -1 ..g ?W'i-ff'-Sa 'Tl 1 'U . . . Y C T' N ' ' gag.-. 4 riffwkpif? w":1-xa.-,Q-:- J, ,w. Elnfga rf, , 'ififfg J ROYSTON M Emurr ' Norcross, Ga. IOHN MILLS Albany, Ga. 'VVILLIALI MILLWOOD Atlanta, Ga. A. W. Munnoclc Tampa, F la. BILLY M URPHY Atlanta, Ga. DICK Mvxmm' Marietta, Ca. JACK ODUNI Fort Pierce, F lu. JAMES PARKER Atlanta, Ca. - DAVIS REESE Carrollton, Ga. DONALS REISAIAN Atlanta, Ca. A VVILLIANI RHODES, In. Atlanta, Ga. JOEL SAVELL Atlanta, Ga. Anrmm SCHOENBERG VAtlilHt2l, Cal. RAYMoND Scwau-rz Atlanta, Ga. ALBERT Smrm Albany, Ga. Enom' SINIITH College Park, Ga. M. SISIITH Barnesville, Ga. EUGENE SOMBERG Miami, Fla. DICKEY STEVENS Atla nta, Ca. W1LL1AM Sruncrzss Atlanta, Ca. RUSSELL THOMAS West Palm Beach, Fla. JAMES THOIHPSON Ghattanooga, Tenn. NEYVT TUBK Atlanta, Ga. Lxcx TURNER Atlanta, Cat B. VEASEY New York, N. Y. IfIAnoLD Vnomo Atlanta, Ga. RICHARD WEAVER Anniston, Ala. MAIKION WEEMS Boynton Beach, F la. MILTON WEINMAN Atlanta, Ga. GEORGE WELCH Luverne, Ala. JULIAN WHATLEY Reynolds, Ga. Roy Wxcxcnn Atlanta, Ga. PETER WILKINSON Atlanta, Ga. D. FELIX VVILLIAMS Barnesville, Ga. JAMES B. Woons Savannah, Ga. OXVI-JN YOULES Valdosta, Ca: CLAUDE T. ADAISIS - IOHN D. ADAMS, IR. GEORGE REX ANDREWS QUINTON ANSLEY - MOIKCAN ARDEN - - WILLIALI ARENZ - - WALLACE E. BAILEY . . . . PIOWARD BAKER - . WILLIAM BAKER . . THEODORE BANKS . . DUELL BARNES . EDVVARD BEESON - LEONARD BENNETT . DONALD BENTLEY . - OTIS M. BENTON - WILLIAM BENTON . Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. - - Augusta, Gu. . Gainesville, Fla. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . tlanta, Ca. . . Leslie, Ga. Hilton Village, Va. . . . Valdosta, Ga Chattanooga, Tenn. . Atlanta, Ga . Macon, Ga . Burnsville, N. C Lawrenceville, Ca - Atlanta, Ga . . Augusta, Ga . . Augusta,Ga A I f I C. B. BRICKEIISTAFF . FEIINANUO Brascmscmsa I-IECTOII Bmu - AIITHUII BLANCIIETT - VVOODALL BLASINCAIWE ROBERT BLUTJBERG - IOHN W. BRACEWELI.. - ROBERT BRADEN . GORDON BIIANTLIEY . BALDXVIN BRIDCER . ROBERT BRADEN . VVILLIANI BIIOGAN . IACK Buooxs . . - - 9 IAMES Bnooxs . .l . Bnlzxvsxsu BROVVN - WILLIABI BRUNEII . . Montgomery, Ala, Santurce, Puerto Rico San Juan, Puerto Rico . Marietta, Ga. - Harfsville, S. C. - Macon, Ga. - Atlanta, Ga. . Rome, Ga. . Jacksonville, Fla. . Savannah, Ga. . Rome, Cn. . Atlanta, Caj. - Atlanta, Ga. . Lithonia, Ga. - Brunswick, Ca. . Montgomegy, Ala. ELICK BUYLLINGTON CLAUDE BURGESS . . . LLOYD BURNS - - THOMAS BUTTRALI WILLIAM BYRD . . HARRY CAMP, JR. . IOHN CAMP - - DAN CAIMPBELL . . STEVAN CARROLL - - CLYDE CARTER - - THOBIAS CAUSEY - CHARLES CHAINIBERLAIN . WARREN CHANCEY ROBERT CHASTAIN GEORGE CHENCGIS N XVILLIAM CHILDERS - - Macon,G:g. . Chattanooga, Tenn. . I . Valdosta,Ga. . Chattanooga, Tenn. West Palm Beach, Fla. . . . . Augusta,Ga. . .- Atlanta,Ca. . . . Atlanta, Ca., - . Birmingham, Ala. . - Atlanta,Ga. . . Srnyrna,Ga. . . Atlanta,Ca. . Copperhill, Tenn. . . Bunne1l,F1a. . Albany,fCa. .K Atlanta, Ga CECIL Cmuss . - CARL CLOWER - Foshan COHAN . XVILLIAIVI CoHEN Jour: B. Coxuan . Romsrvr B. Colman lox-:N B. Coorc - PAUL Coox - - HUBEHT CROSBY - - - - IAIVIES DAILEY - - . Atlanta,G'a. . . At1zmta,Ca. . . Atlanta, Ca. . Miami,Fla. - Pensacola, Fla. . Canton, Ga. . . . Valdosta, Cn. . . Marietta, Ga, Gainesville, Fla. . Micanopy, Fla. DAVID DATTLEBAUM . . . . Decntur,Ga, I. R. DAVIS - - Rex DAX'ID, In. . PAUL DENINGTON JAMES DICKSON . . . Gxzoncn Dxx . . - Savannah,' Ga. Galveston, Texns Fort Myersg Fla. Birminglmam, Ala. ., . Decatur, Ga. Bxcrmian DOBIINGOS Pmr.. DONEHO0, Jn. - . Macon, Ga. Williamson, Ca. IENNINGS DoUcLAs . . . . Waycross,Ga.- GLEN DUNCAN . . DAVID EDELSON . . HERBERT Enw.-mos . . . . FEED ELARBEE - - ELMEE ELLINGTON . PRESTON ELLINGTON IOHN ELLIS . Im FEncUsoN - ALBERT FOSTER - - ALBERT FOWLER - - BENJANIIN FOXVLKES, Cams FRANCISCO - ,- - RAYMOND FREEMAN BRINSON FUTC1-I . . . . Six Mile, S. C. LaGrange, Ga. Phenix City, Ala. . . Decatur,Ga. Thomaston, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Anniston, Ala. . Atlanta, Ga. Manchester, Ca. . Luverne, Ala. III . San Luis Obispo, Calif. . Orlando, Fla. . , Atlanta,Ca. . . Hal1ira,Cfa. GEORGE CARRETT JOSEPH Goon - - CARL GREEN -. - BEN GHEENBLATT STANLEY GRIFFIN I'IAL I-IALE - - . OEUM HAININER . PAUL' HARRIS - - IALIES HARTLEY CLIFF 1'lATCHER, III - STUART HAW . - ROBERT HCEDLKICK ENIERY HERBIAN - KENNETH HEIIRING SAM HEERING . YVILLIE Hicks . . Columbus, Ga. Gainesville, Fla. Greensboro, Fla. . Atlanta, Ga . Troy, Ala . Atlanta, Gtr Phenix City, Ala . Atlanta, Ga . Atlanta, Ga . Atlanta, Ga . Atlanta,Ga - Albany, Ga. LaGrange, Ga. Hapeville, Ca. Brunswick, Ga. . Camden, Ala. FREDERICK T. HlE'1'I' RICHARD A. HILL . BROOKE HOEY . a ROBERT HOGE . . Am-Hun HoLBRoo1c JOSEPH HOWARD . THOMAS HOV1'ARD . . BARRETT HOWVELL . . ROBERT HUDCENS . HAY HULL . . - JOHN ISERHARD1' . EUGENE JOHNSON . MORGAN-JOHNSON - JULIAN' JOHNSTON - JOHN JORDAN . . ABRAHAM KAPLAN, - - - Birmingham, Alai. West Palm Beach, Fla. - Chillicothe, Ohio - - Tampa, Fla. - - Austell, Ga. - Marietta, Ga. .- Cochran,Ca. . A . Atlanta, Ga . - Atlanta, Ga.. . . College Park, Ga. . Lakeland,F1a. . . .Atlanta,Ga.A . . . . Atlanta,Ga. . . Winter Haven, Fla. . Birmingham, Ala.. ... Wrightsville, Ga. GRADY KELLY - - - MOFFATT KENDRICK, IR. ROBERT KENDRICK -A - CULBERT KILLINGSWORTH JESSE KIZZORT . . GEORGE KNIGHT . . ROBERT KORNER . . EDMIUND Kuxzxconnm - - ROBERT LANDERS . CHARLIE LANEY, JR. . MORTON LAZARUS - - HAROLD LEFKOFF . . HARRY LEIGHLEY - - TOM LENNEP . . IERRY LEWIS . RUSSELL LEWIS . .' . Smyrna, Ga, - .- Dublin, Ca, - - Orlando, Fla., - . - College Park,Ca. . . Guntersville,Ala. . . Miami, Fla. . . . Miami, Fla, J Iannaka Plain, Mass. - - Smyma,Ga, - Macon, Ca. - Valdosta, Ga. - . Atlanta, Ga. - . Atlantn,Ca. - Moss Point, Miss.. . . Atlanta,Ga. . . Atlanta,Ca. EDXVARD LINDSEY . ALAN Lufssv . . IENNlNCS LIVINGSTON . . JEFFERSON EDWARD LOVELL IAMIES LOVELL . . . LAWRENCE LUTTRELL . YEWELL LYNCH . . ALLEN MAcms . . EDWARD NIALLORY . PETE NIANOS . FRANK MASON - DAVID MATHIS - IAMES MAURIOCOURT ,- JACK MCARTHUR - - JOHN NICCLELLAN - - HAROLD NICCRABY - - ALONZO L'lCDONALD, In. - . . Atlanta, Ga. Thomasville, Ga. . Wampee, S. C. - - Tampa,F1a. U 0 Clayton, Gnu Burgess Store, Va. . . Atmore, Ala - - Atlanta, Ca. - . Atlanta, Ga. Greenville, S. C. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Gay . Moultrie, Can . Milton, Fla. . Dalton, Ga. . Valdosta, Ga. . Lithonin, Ga. JVVILLIABI RADINE MCGEE IOHN MOKENZIE . . I HOYT MCPHERSON . . ARTHUR MENDONSA . ABMANDO MESSINA . . LAMBERT MEYERS, In. - PAUL H. MILLER ., . PRESTON MILLER . . JAY LIILES, In. - THOIWAS MILLS JOHN NIOBLEY - CHARLIE IVIONTFORT . . CHARLES MOORE V. . GEORGE MOORE, III. . IOHN MOORE . GEORGE MOIIEL . . LEE MORRIS . . . Decatur, Ga . - Atlanta,Ga . . Macon, Ga Lakehurst, N. I. - - Tampa, Fla. Highlands, N. C. . . Decatur,Ga. . Atlanta, Ga, . - Atlanta, Ga, . . Smyrna,Ca. Thomasville, Ga. . Reynolds, Ga. Gadsden, Ala. -' - Bowman, Ala. .' Atlanta, Ca. Savannah, Ca. ' . Augusta, Ca. 'NEAL Momus, Jn. 'WILLIAM Monms Tmsonoma Mosman LAMAR Mom . .A PHILIP NEW'1:0N . DAVIQ O'RoIu: . . JAMES OWEN . . PAT PARKEE . . JAMES PHILLIPS . SANDERS PIKE ., . VALTER PILCIIEII .- - Cobtown, Ga. g l . I Atlanta, Gag Perth-Amboy, N.f I. . Bamesville, Ga. . ., Chicopee, Ca, , a 1 Orlando, Fla. . . Calhoun, Ga. .,. East Point, Ca, Social Circle, Gd., . . Moreland, Ga. . . Savannah,Ga-.- DAN PLUNDSTT . . . . College Park, Ga. ROBERT PORTER - FLOYD POSTGN -. IACK PRICE . CALEB PUSSY - - CHARLES Pussy . HUGH Rxcx-mans I JIMMY RIDLEY . - GERARD ROTHSCHILD . - - 0 0 Gay . . Benton, Tenn,- . Jacksonville, Fla. . . Miami, Fla. . . Miami, Fla. . . Lakeland,Fla. . . Atlanta,Ga'. . GrE:enville,S.'C. HOWARD RowE - - Tom SAwYEn . - SANFORD SCHNIERLING SAMUEL T. Scom-'r . RAYMOND Scnoccs . XNYILLIAM SHAc1cELEonn . . I. B. SHAEFER . . JULIUS SHEER .. BEN SHIPPEN . . LEON SIMS . BERNARD SLAKOFF . EDWARIJ SPEm - - ,Vxcron Svnmcnn . . Ross S'rAN'roN . . CHAI-IAISI STEVENS . NonBEn'r SUEER . . DOYLE TATUM . . IIENRY C. TAYLOR .. BILLY TEELPLE . Tommy THoMAs . . ALBERT THOMSON . . Dublin, Ca. . . Arlington, Ga. Wilmington, N. C. . Montgomery, Ala. Stone Mountain, Ca. . . . Atlanta, Ga. Alexander City, Ala. . - Atlanta, Ca, . Atlanta, Ga. . . Brunswick, Ga, . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . jacksonville, Fla. . . Columbus, Ca. . Rome,Ga. . Quincy, Fla. . . Iasper,Ca. . . Atlanta, Ca, - Atlanta, Ga. -. . Brunswick, Ga. . . Atlanta,Ga. ALLISON THORNWELL CHARLES THRASH, In. SEYMOUR Timm . . IxEW.TULL -. - IULIAN TURRNETINE, JR. . . . THOZSIAS VERENAKIS . EDWARD WARD - . 1 FRANK WA'r1crNs . . DONALD VVEANT . . HAROLD Wmss . . I. E. WELDEN . . CJHARLES E. WELLS - WILLIAM PICKNEY WELCHEL . . WENDELL VVIPPLE LIAURICE Wnrmsnm CHARLES XNILLIAMS . . SAMUEL WHl'fTEN . IOSEPH WRIGHT' . . JOHN ZELLARS . . R. E. ZOTTI - - . Atlanta,Ga . Atlanta, Ga . Miami, Fla. .-L Atlanta,Ca. . Thomasville, Ga. .- . . Florence, S. C. . ,. Allanta, Ga. , . Lynchburg, Va. College Park, Ga., . Covington, GQ. . . Atlanta, Cai -. -, Ashford, Ala. Gainesville, G21 .-. Perry, Gai .- Cullman, Ala. Decatur, Gd: Igcksonville, Flo: ., Decatur, Ca-. . . A'clanta,Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. ' ..fAaf 1342, may give " W W W W ,. W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W WW W . T f .W gr. I .,. ,I . ,-ff., ' 1 'iff-ki :Zu ,.,1g:.-, '. ,. .,.,,,3f'.. - fi ig.. . , ' 57035 'Qu ' -15' drift. 1 .'i:L:.'. --:xiii 1- 1 4-'13 'xr is A JULIA M. MILLER, A.M., PLN. ' Dean ' Administrative Staff JULIA M. IV1H.LER, A.M., R.N., Dean of the School of Nursing Emory University, Ga. . B.S., University of Minnesota, 19344 A.M. ibid., 1941 R.N., St. Barnabas. School of Nursing, 1925 BRUCE ETHERIDGE, B.S., PLN., Assistant Dean of the School of Nursing 1820 Flagler Ave., N. E. B.S., George Peabody College, 1944 R.N., Georgia Baptist Hospital School of Nursing, 1929 GLADYS CURRIN, B.S., M.A., R.N., Instructor Emory University, Ga. B.S., Denison University, 1921 M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University, 1935 R.N., Philadelphia General Hospital, 1925 Nursing Arts Instructors MABEL KOHSELL, B.S., PLN., Instructor in Nursing Arts Emory University, Ga. B.S., University of Minnesota, 1943 RN., Immanuel Hospital, 1918 MARGARET LoNc HASTY, RN., Assistant Nursing Arts In- structor 654 Park Drive, N. E. R.N., Emory University Hospital School of Nursing, 1943 MARTHA MANN, B.S., PLN., Assistant Nursing Arts Instructor Emory University, Ca. B.S., University of Rochester, 1945 .R.N., University of Rochester School of Nursing, 1945 5200 0 timing Clinical Instructors C. MARGARET JOHNSON, B.S., R.N., Instructor in Medical and Surgical Nursing Emory University, Ga. B.S., University of Virginia, 1923 R.N., Sarah Leigh Hospital School of Nursing, 1927 ELSE KRISTENSEN, B.S., R.N., Assistant Clinical Instructor Emory University, Ga. B.S., Seattle College, 1943 . R.N., Providence College of Nursing, 1943 FRANCES MAIRIE JONES, PLN., Assistant Clinical Instructor Emory University, Ga. RN., Emory University Hospital School of Nursing, 1933 ALYCE KING, R.N,, Assistant Clinical Instructor Emory University, Ga. PAN., Emory University Hospital School of Nursing, 1943 NANCY SALE, B.S., RN., Assistant Clinical Instructor Emory University, Ga. B.S., Georgia State College for VVomen, 1935 R.N., Emory University Hospital School of Nursing, 1938 WILHELMINA LOUISE VVHISNER, B.S., BAN., Clinical Instructor -in Maternity and Infant Care 1212 Clifton Road, N. E. B.S., Peabody College, 1938 R.N., 0Philadelphia General Hospital School of Nursing, 193 - Ward Instructors ANITA INIILLEB Cook, A.B., R.N., Ward Instructor 1578 North Decatur Road A.B., Georgia State College for Women, 1939 RN., Emory University Hospital School of Nursing, 1945 A CHARLOTTE VENABLE IVIETHVIN, R.N., Ward Instructor 538 South Candler St., Decatur, Ga. ' RN., Emory University Hospita1.School of Nursing, 1945' The faculty of Emory Un1vers1ty School of Nursmg 1n planmng the p1ogramfo1 1ts students must keep 111 mmd the total p1ogram necessary to prepare a good co1nmun1ty nurse In the preparat1on of the nurse the 1nost 1n1portant 8.g611C1CS to con sxder are the l11'l1V81'S1tY the hosp1tal a11d other c11n1ca1 exper1ence areas Nursmg educat1o11 1S rap1dly evolvmg out of 1 system of mod1fied apprent1cesh1p 1nto a system of dn'ect profess1onal educat1on To cont1nue th1s trend lt 13 necessary to strengthen tl1e screntrtlc content deepen the soc1al understandmg and emph'1s1ze more tl1e general cul tu1'1l aspects of tl1e nurse s preparatron U l11V6I'S1f1CS are 1n a pos1t1on to grve substantral help 1n tlus process Preparat1on 1n th1s area also serves as a maturrng process for those who w1sh to undertake expeu ence 111 a serlous de1na11d1ng a11d exactmg profess1on A good pract1ce Held fthe hosp1talj 1S requnfed for a good school of nursmg Students of nursmg lear11 the nurslng 'ut by studymg pat1ents a11d nursmg s1tuat1ons and by meetmg the problems lnvolved 1n such s1tuat1o11s under competent gmdance a11d 1nstruct1on The present Dean of the School of Nursrng was appo1nted as D1rec tO1 of N u1 ses September 20 1943 followmg her survey for the Umted States Health SGIVICG ln the Wmter of 1942 Emory was selected lar gelv bv nurse educators as a lnghly des1rab1e un1vers1ty for the estab hslnnent of a U111vers1ty School of Nmsmg 1nd the survey was made to determlne the ava1lab1l1tv of chnrcal and health f'1C1l1t1CS H1 Atlanta and v1c1n1ty for a colleg1ate school of nursmg 111 CO1111GCt101'1 w1th EIUOIV U111ve1s1ty . . . . . , , . . . . . . , - . 1 . . . I 0 D I I I I A . . , , . . . . . cc . c . . 37 . . . ' . . J ' l . . . . . . 1 9 Y I 1 I C - 3 0 I it I l 1 . . . . C - l . . . . . . . . l I l I I . . . . . , S, , I -1 I . . . . . I 1 I I - I 0 I . c ' A 1 I I I l 1 . . . . . J ' ' if 18 if, , ' . . . . 4 , . . 7 9 a . . . - . . . . . - . . L .. f . . . . . - 1 . c ' il 0 ll I l I In I n c . . . . X . . . . . . - .- -H af1'lS Emory University School of Nursing began as the Training School for Nurses of VVesley Memorial Hospital in 1900. After Emory College was moved from Oxford to Atlanta, Emory University Hospital was 'erected on the campus to replace Wesley Memorial Hospital. Eventually the School became Emory University Hospital School of Nursing. In August, 1944, Elie Executive Committee of the University gave the Hnal aipproval for the establishment of a University School of Nur- sfipg fretroactive to June 1, 19441, to be established as an ejtxtonornous part of the University. W The Hrst degree students, as such, to enter the new Univer- School of Nursing were enrolled in the winter semester, lffovember, '1944. fLater several students in the class enrolled June, ?1944, transferred to the degree program.l A year laiter there were approximately 50 students enrolled in the degree program, and another 190 students enrolled in the .D Uiiiversityi diploma program. It will be remembered that this growth took place during war years. A QjSince that time two additional programs have been added -V one for college graduates who wish to enter the Schoolof Nursing and another for graduate registered nurses Cciviliarr azril veteranl who wish to earn a baccalaureate degree. h lghe four programs in operation in the School are as follows: if Q it IH . DQ as e A all Lounge ' PROGRAM I l Basic Course - Degree - four calendar years K combined Academic and Professionall leading to a diploma in nur- sindg and the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursinf. Puocimm II Basic Course - Diploma -three calendar years leading to a diploma in nursing. PROGRAM III Basic Course -Diploma -two to two and one-half years, for women who are college graduates, leading to a diploma- in nursingi Those desiring a degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing must in addition meet the academic require- ments established for students in Program I. PROGRAMZ IV . Basic Course. For registered nurses only, leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing. , Students thigh school graduates, college students or college' lgraduatesl entering Emory University School of Nursing may enter one of three programs. Graduate registered only may register in the fourth program. - From July, 1943, to November, 1945, federal aid grants were received as scholarships for students enrolling in the School of Nursing. ' The following is humbly dedicated to an honorable family, a good family -- namely, the Chase family. Jonathan and Isabella Chase were placed in their respective crates of excelsior and shipped to Emory University Hospital back in 1928 by the Squibbs Surgical Supply House. They made their home within the mysterious portal of the eight bed ward in the educational department of Harris Hall, the historical nurses home. Though Jonathan and Isabella were only made of plaster of Paris, they were patient souls and paid for their lodging in the educational department by letting the new bands of student nurses, which rolled in year after year, practice and learn their profession on them. 'It was best that way. Many times Jonathan grew dissatisfied with having his ears scrubbed so often and so thoroughly, but 'Isabella was a comfort to him even though she too sometimes shuddered at the thoughts of another mustard foot-bath. But one day the Squibbs Surgical Supply House was good to them and sent them, C, O. D., a baby daughter who was immediately christened- Roseola, with a hot olive scalp treatment. They were overjoyed with the new addition to their familyg and as the years go by, though their eyes dim with constant eye irrigations and the hinges to their joints grow rusty from constant scrubbing, they remain content here to render their small service to humanity. The Chases are a tradition and could tell a lot, yet they are silent, and it is best that Way. ' ThG Chas , J 'xx A 5 g 3 ,S .QD 'iq A e 'Www ea . tw- K - . V, , ' , A -X ra -ffl ' LZ . ' 9 -1.3-L L' i-.df ,1.,+99,jv'f"1i'lI 1 -- K rms .1 .4 , gfii 4 - ...iz .i . NIARY CONSTANCE ADALiS B.S. in Nursing ' Tliomaston, Ga., June 11, 1945 DOROTHY lV1A'RIE ALLEN Diploma Daytona Beach, Fla., Sept. 20, 1945 BETTY ROSE BAKER Diploma Canada Lake, New York, Sept. 20, 1945 BETTY JACQUELYN BARNARD Diploma Tampa, Fla., Sept. 18, 1944 MARTIIA NELL BARR Diploma Bowden, Ga., June 11, 1945 ROSE ANN BAERON Diploma Thomaston, Ga., Sept. 20, 1945 EUGENI-A BEVERLY BEN1AM1N Diploma Miami, Fla., Sept. 18, 1944 MARY NELL BEVERLY Diploma Sweetwater, Ala., June 11, 1945 IVIARY FLUNKER BINNS B.S. in Nursing Greensboro, Ga., Sept. 20, 1945 f CLADIA B1si1oP Diploma Marietta, Ca., Sept. 20, 1943 :HELEN CAROLYIN BISI-IIP Diploma Asheville, N. C., Sept. 20, 1945 EULA MAE BLACKEUEN Diploma Valdosta, Ga., June 11, 1945 MARTHA MAGDALEN BOWERY B.S. in Nursing VVest Palm Beach, Fla., Sept. 19, 1945 FRANCES ELLo1sE BOYD B.S. in Nursing Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 19, 1945 ANNE ELIZABETH BROACH B.S. in Nursing ' Decatur, Ga., Sept. 20, 1945 BARBARA ANN' Bnooxs B.S. in Nursing Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Sept. 19, 1945 BETTY IEAN BROWN Diploma Toccoa, Ga., Sept. 2.0, 1945 ELSA IEANNE BEOWN Diploma Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 18, 1944 MARY ANNE BROXVN B.S. in Nursing Dawson, Ga., june 11, 1945 MARIES ANTOINETTE Bnuscu Diploma Atlanta, Ga., June 12, 1944 CYNTHIA MA1uE BUREL Diploma Atlanta., Ga., Sept. 20, 1945 VERA LEE CHEEK Diploma Atlanta, Gal., Sept. 20, 1943 MAx1NE IEANETTE CLERY Diploma Mt. Dora, Fla., March, 1943 LULA ELIZABETH Cocxm Diploma St. Petersburg, Fla., Sept. 20, 1945 PRISCILLA COLLEY B.S. in Nwsing Florence Villa, Fla., Sept. 20, 1945 FRANCES ELIZABETH COLLINS B.S. in Nursing Belle Glade, Fla., Sept. 20, 1945 VIVIAN JOYCE CONNELL Diploma Ocala, Fla,, Sept. 20, 1945 OLIVE ADELE Cool: B.S. in Nursing Vllest Palm Beach, Fla., Sept. 19, 1945 RUTH ANN Coolc Diploma Concord, N. C., Sept. 20, 1945 NIILDRED E. CooPEE Diploma T homaston, Ga., Sept. 20, 1945 MARGARET V1no1N1A CORLEY . Diploma Jacksonville, Fla., June 11, 1945 I'IAZEL WANDA Cox Diploma St. Petersburg, Flu., Sept. 20, 1945 CATHRYN C. CULVEEHOUSE B.S. in Nursing Howard, Ga., Sept. 19, 1945 HILDA CULBRET1-1 B.S. in Nursing . Edison, Gu., Sept. 19, 1945 SmRLEY ANN CUNNINGS Diploma St. Petersburg, Fla., June 11, 1945 CORINNE MARrE DEBARDELEBEN Diploma Fairfield, Ala., Sept. 18, 1944 MARY JANE DIXON Diploma Thomasville, Ga., Sept. 20, 1945 ELIZABETH E. EDNVARDS B.S. in Nursing ' Saluda, S. C., Nov. 1, 1944 , PAULINE EIVIERSON B.S. in Nursing Tampa, Fla., Sept. 19, 1945 BE1'rY GERALDINE EUBANKS Diploma Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 20, 1943 NORMA JANET FAVER Diploma Vienna, Ga., Sept. 20, 1943 EVELYN FLEINIING Diploma Gainesville, Ga., Sept. 20, 1943 ANNIE LAURIE FosHEE Diploma Lakeland, Fla., June 12, 1944 :LUELLA FREEIKIAN Diploma Toccoa, Ga., F reshman MARGARET BQNNER FUNDERBURK Diploma Roanoke, Ala., March, 1943 BETTY MORGAN FURR B.S. in Nursing' Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 19, 1945 BARBARA DENISE GATES U Diploma Tampa, Fla., June 11, 1945 - JULIA ELLA GIBBONS, B.S. in Nursing Archer, Fla., Sept. 19, 1945 MARY ELIZABETH GoDw1N Diploma St. Petersburg, Fla., Sept. 20, 1945 MARY FRANCES GRAHAM Di Jloma 7 Washington, Ga., Sept. 18, 1944 CAROLYN XVOOTTEN GREENE B.S. in Nursing Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Sept. 20, 1945' 162 -H 4-N1 I , 'J' 21 . 2, . 553125. ' . .. A 1-ll4f'?Qi f ' ' .,' In 'nf-'WSC -' vlrsiwiii .'v- . I . EEE'-I' 8' I 'Ei-E ,wr . Y ' 'SWAN s 'afevi'-if' 'I l T- ' " '15,- li ...., .. e.,t...... ...... -,. BETTY FRANCES GRIE1Fm Diploma Manchester, Ca., March, 1943 BEVERLY JEAN HAGY Diploma Bristol, Tenn., Sept. 20, 1945 CORINNE HALLONQUIST Diploma West Palm Beach, Fla., Ian., 1944 CI-IRISTINE HALIBRIC Diploma Tllomaston, Ga., Sept. 20, 1945 MERLE ANN HARVEY Diploma Marietta, Ga., Sept., 1943 ELIZABETH ANN HAWKINS Diploma Marietta, Ga., Sept. 20, 1943 GEORGIA FRAE HAYES Diploma Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 20, 1943 :HELEN JANE 1'1AZEN B.S. in Nursing Center Hill, Fla., june 11, 1945 BARBARA JOYCE HERRING Diploma Tifton, Ga., Sept. 20, 1945 ANNE IEANETTE Hlccs B.S. in Nursing Lakeland, Fla., March 2, 1945 NINA CATHERINE HILLER Diploma Columbus, Ga., July 11, 1945 BETTY JUNE HOLLIES Diploma Clearwater, Fla., Sept. 18, 1944 MARY JOYCE HUDGENS Diploma Decatur, Ga., Sept. 20, 1945 ELEANORE ADA Hucxs Diploma 'West Palm Beach, Fla., June 11, 1945' ELLEN HUNIPHRIES Diploma Greenville, 'S. C., Freshman ANCLA OLA 1'l'UTTON l Diploma St. Augustine, Fla., June 12, 1944 FRANCES IRYVIN Diploma Albany, Ga., Sept. 20, 1945 CAROLYN MEIILE JENKINS Diploma Thomasville, Ca., Sept. 18, 1944 RUTH MARGARET IENNINCS Diploma Green Cove Springs, Fla., Sept. 20, 1943 BETH JOHNSON B.S. in Nursing Hendersonville, N. C., Sept. 19, 1945 MARION GERTHUDE JOHNSON Diploma YVest Palm Beach, F la., Sept. 20, 1943 EIINESTINE JONES Diploma ' Eastman, Ga., Sept. 20, 1945 SAIIA FRANCES IORDON Diploma Anniston, Ala., Sept. 20, 1945 lNfILDR.ED EARLINE KENT Diploma Griffin, Ca., Ian., 1944 BLANCIIE BISHOP KIIIEY Diploma West Palm Beach, F la., Sept. 20, 1943 MARY LAURA KIEKLAND Diploma Archer, Fla., Sept. 20, 1945 JOAN LAOKEY Diploma Jacksonville, F la., June 11, 1945 BETTY JANE LAHRABEE Diploma West Palm Beach, Fla., June 12, 19445 ROSE PIORTENSE LEVERETT Diploma Ashford, Ala., June 11, 1945 NOLA LOHENE LOY Diploma 1Vest Palm Beach, Fla., June 11, 1945 MIRIALI ELAINE LYTLE B.S. in Nursing Anderson, S. C., Sept. 19, 1945 LENORA ANN MARTIN - Diploma Montgomery, Ala., June 11, 1945' ELIZABETH ANNE MASON' Diploma Atlanta, Ca., June 11, 1945 MARY EDWARDS MASON B.S. in Nursing Stockton, Ala., Sept. 20, 1945 NORA INEZ MAYsoN Diploma Greenville, S. C., Sept. 20, 1943 MATHE FAYE MCCLERNY Diploma Columbus, Ga., June 11, 1945 LOLA FRANCES MCMICHEN Diploma Hiram, Ga., June 12, 1944 BETTY JANE MCMULLEN Diploma Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 18, 1944 MARY REGINA MESSIER Diploma Montgomery, Ala., March 2, 1945 BELLE MCLENDON MILLER Diploma 1 Atlanta, Ca., Sept. 20, 1943 QAROLYN MARIE MILLER Diploma Albany, Ca.,'Sept. 20, 1945 EVALYN MILLER Diploma West Palm Beach, Fla., June 11, 1945 MARILYNS Mxssu..n1NE Diploma Brunswick, Ga., Sept. 20, 1945 SHIRLEY I EAN M1zE Diploma Daytona Beach, Fla., June 12, 1944 VmcxNrA Asx-:E MooDY Diploma Stone Mountain, Ga., March, 1943 PATRICIA TALULLAH Monnow Diploma Madison, Fla., Sept. 20, 1943 BARBARA GREENQUTST Moss Diploma Fort Lauderdale, F la., March 2, 1945 SHARON MURPHY Diploma Orlando, Fla., March 2, 1945 CRANCES BETTY NICHOLS B.S. in Nursing ' Tavates, Fla., Sept. 19, 1945 YVONNE SUE NORMAN B.S. in Nursing East Bend, N. C., Sept, 20, 1945 GAROLYN E. NORTH Diploma Brunswick, Ga., Sept. 20, 1945 CAROLYN RUTH NORTON Diploma Decatur, Ga., Sept. 20, 1943 KAREN OLSEN h Diploma Utica, Mich., Sept. 20, 1943 LUCILE FARR OUTEN Diploma A Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Sept. 18, 1944 ADDIE MAE PAGE 4 B.S. in Nursing Atlanta, Ga., March 2, 1945 I'IELEN ROSE PATTEN Diploma Tifton, Ga., Sept. 20, 1943 HELEN LEONE PATY B.S. in Nursing Emory University, Ga., Sept. 20, 1945, ELsrE VEREEN PENDER B.S. in Nursing Greenwood, F la., Sept. 19, 1945 ANNIE NIARIE PERKINS Diploma Omaha, Ga., Sept. 20, 1945 ALDA MAR1E PHIFER Diploma Bessemer City, N. C., Ian., 1944 ELIZABETH LOUISE PICKETI' Diploma PZI.110k66, Fla., Sept. 20, 1945 NANCY POOL Diploma Bradenton, F1a.,June 11, 1945 -CAROLINE POPE POWVELL B.S. in Nursing Villa Rica, Ga., March 2, 1945 MARTHA BEATRICE POWERS B.S. in Nursing Midville, Fla., Sept. 18, 1944 ALICE LUTA POYTHRESS Diploma MacClenny, Fla., Ian., 1944 MILDRED AGNES PURSELL Diploma Decatur, Ga., March, 1943 HELEN LOUISE REED Diploma ' Lantana, Fla., Sept. 20, 1945 JOSEPHINE E. REED Diploma jacksonville, Fla., Sept, 18, 1944 Mus. CHARLOTTE ROSNER Diploma Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 18, 1944 -Cx J -fl 1-1-- ---- v: -, 1 A-f r -' "'1',.",gz 2-..V. nf,-, -4.-, ,f nm-' .ow T'. .' A fi:'.Jv"1 -. . 1 ,-.r,,3 '- 1-,-1, ff ,ai Eff- i .,, Q-sk, Jliff? ' .."Cf".'.J1T an: 34 - ,, :fig , Wir H 1-fp., 1 1! ru ' nl l r ' v 5 L5 5 2 'R' 4 4 1 ' if 1 t.l'121 1,1 Hqhrgm L LI. I inn 5 x '1 'F' A 1 v n 'Q3 Ju' 1 llgl-EL' .4 ' lx 9 I M tr -E, q I Flux E 5 A A elmo' . ' ' 51' i?" L, -. .. H -41+ 'ea' . ', 6312.4 md + ' 4. LX 11' 'W ,. 7 554.53153 7,15 I ,gf BI:'rrx.IvIA1z Ross Diploma Orlando, Fla., june 11, 1945 MATILDA SUE Ross B.S. in Nursing Decatur, Ga., Sept. 19, 1945 FRANCES MCKAY ROWANA Diploma Bowling Green, S. C., Sept. 18, 1944 BERTA MARIA SAAVEDRA B.S. in Nursing Fort Lauderdale, F la., Sept. 1, 1945 RUBY IIIENE SAIVIPLES Diploma South Pittsburg, Tenn., Sept. 20, 1945 IANICE SANIS Diploma Fayetteville, Ga., June 12, 1944 OISIA Lomsrz SANDSTROLI A Diploma Daytona Beach, Fla., June 12, 1944 CHIIISTINE LEQNA SAPPINGTON Diploma Havana, Fla.. Ian. 12, 1944 LILLIE lS'lAE SCILIONTAG Diploma VVauclIula, Fla., Ian., 1944 MARGARET Scorr 1 Diploma Holopani, Fla., Ian., 1944 KATIIIIYN ELIZABETH SCOTTEN Diploma VVest Palm Beach, Fla., June 11, 1945 MARTHA M. SHIELDS Diploma Lake VVortl1, Fla., Sept. 20, 1945 EMA Joe SIZNIS B.S. -in Nursing I Clarkston, Ga., Sept. 19, 1945 VIIIGINIA SINGLETARY ,B.S. in Nursing Oc-hlocknee, Ga., Dec. 31, 1945 ANNE TENASA SNIITH Diploma 'Webstexy Fla., Sept. 18, 1944 - RUTII'lVlYRLE SMITH Diploma Corclelo, Ga., June 11, 1945 BONNIE JEANNE SPIIUILL Diploma Bowdon, Ga., June 11, 1945 CLARA STEWART Diploma LaGrange, Ga., Sept. 18, 1944 LUELLA STEWART Diploma Leslie, Gu., Sept. 20, 1945 BERTHA ELIZABETH TATE Diploma Tampa, Fla., Sept. 20, 1945 BETTY Io THARPE Diploma Clearwater, Fla. MARGAIIET JEAN THOLIPSON Diploma Atlanta, Ga., J une 11, 1945 MARGARET THOMPSON Diploma Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 20, 1943 MARILYNE THOMPSON Diploma Melbourne, Fla., Sept. 20, 1945 NATALIE ANITA TITUS Diploma Clxamblee, Ca., June 12, 1944 MARY ANITA THOIHAS Diploma Conley, Ca., June 11, 1945 RUBY HARRIS TURNER Diploma Atlanta, Ga., Ian., 1944 Lors ANN VAN Roo Diploma Milwaukee, WVis., Sept. 20, 1943 CLARA ELIZABETH VAUGI-IN Diploma Newman, Ga., Sept. 18, 1944 PATRICIA ANN WVALLER Diploma Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 18 ,1944 BARBARA ELLA WARREN Diploma St. Petersburg, F la., Sept. 20, 1945 DOROTHY E. WEATHERLY Diploma Atlanta, Ca., Sept. 20, 1945 11'1ARY FRANCES NVEBR B.S. in Nursing Moultrie, Ga., June 11, 1945 JANE WEEKS Diploma Lakeland, Fla., Ian., 1944 RIARIORIE IANE WHITELY Diploma Vklestwood, N. I., June 11, 1945 GLADYS HARRIS VVILINIOT Diploma Manchester, Ga., Sept. 20, 1943 NIARTHA REBEKAH WINDREY Diploma Rome, Ga., March, 1943 - RUTH WRIGHT Diploma Albany, Ga., Ian., 1944 HELEN LUCILLE YAREROUGH Diploma W F1'ankli1I, Ga., Sept. 20, 1943 ll . . . in :Service fo like Jclfgclom o!4 goal, I I I I I X , I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II .I I I I I I I , I Wf W,a 4 , A , , 7,,, , . I EL wg ' ' 2- -'iii-'Qin .1 Pg. I I' . ' 'iii-53:-' sibive--., " " Wiifik 'uz'j..' "i, f 'v 'gil' '-LZ' Io - .-f., 'wi ,aa 'W74 , ,LX E M. HENRY BURTON TRIMBLE, A.M., B.D., D.D., LL.D, Dean of the School of Theology, Professor of H omiletics BOONE M. BOVVEN, B.D., Ph.D. . Professor of Hebrew ancl Old Testament Literature WILLIAM R. CANNON, IR., B.D., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Church History ARVA C. FLOYD, B.D., Ph.D. Professor of Missions and Oriental History HUGH I-I. HARRIS, A.M. Professor Emeritus of Sociology EMMETT S. JOHNSON, A.M., B.D. - Associate Professor of Church Aclministration and . - Director of Field Work alllllky HENRY BURTON TRIMBLE, A.M., D.D,, LL.D. Dean WYATT AIKEN SMART, B.D., D.D Chaplain of the University G. RAY JORDAN, B.D., A.M., D.D. Professor of Homiletics JOHN D. LEE, JR., B.D., Ph.D.' Associate Professor of Church History FRANKLIN N. PARKER, D.D. Dean Emeritus of the School of Theologyg Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology DONALD T. ROWLINGSON, S.T.B., Ph.D. Professor of New Testament WVYATT AIKEN SMART, B.D., D.D. Chaplain of the University, Associate Dean of the ' School of Theology, Professor of Biblical Theology ' MACK B. STOKES, B.D., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Christian Doctrine . ' 'l ,ff 2" fl. efolce NS - f Curita 'llxliologg Under the leadership of Dean H. B. Trimble the Candler School of Theology continues to be a leading contributor to the religious life and thought of the Eastern and Southern portion of the United States. This past year has seen the inaugural of an annual School for Town and Country Ministers and the contin- uance of the annual Minister's Week at which Dr. Ernest C. Colwell, President of the University of Chicago, and Dr. Harold Cooke Phillips, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Cleveland, Ohio, were the principal lecturers. Dr. G. Pray Jordan, nationally known preacher, pastor, and writer, was added to the faculty as professor of homiletics. The Candler School of Theology, asa graduate professional school of the Methodist Church, educates men in all of the different phases of the Christian ministry. In the past quarter century, more than a thousand men have taken advantage of its facilities until today its graduates are carrying out the work of the Kingdom of Cod as preachers, missionaries, teachers, and social Workers throughout the entire earth. Y The School was founded in -September of 1914 as the oflicll school for the training of ministers east of the Mississippi Biver for the Southern Methodist Church. It was. named after the late Bishop XfVarren Aiken Candler, one of its chief founders and guiding lights. Of the original faculty assembled in 19121, only Dr. W. A. Smart, professor of Systematic Theology and Associate Dean, still remains. , Besides their academic work, students serve as pastors of churches in nearby communities, assistants to pastors, directors of youth activities ,in several of the larger churches, choir directors, and do other miscellaneous work that is part of the Christian ministry. CARLTON ANDERSON Glenwood, Ga. Gnoncn -AVENT' Atlanta, Ga. Mus. GEORGE AVEN-r Atlanta, Ga. S. ALLEN BALCH Burington, .A1a. SAIWCUEL BERRY Atlanta, Ca. DAN BREXVSTER Lythia Springs, Ga. Coivnzn BROWNLOW' Gainesville, Ga. WILLIAA1 BYINGTON Augusta, Ca. H. Txvxs CHANDLER Scotesville, Kyf KATHRYN CLARK Madison, Miss. 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WARNER CRUMB Cape Charles, Va. PEDEN CURRY Emory University, G1 O. CORNELIUS DIKISKELL Emory University, Ga CLARENCE DUNEORD Ashlord, V a. IWELVIN FINKBEINER Emory University, C1 MAC Gimas Birmingham, Ala. ROBERT GODDOLD Tunica, Miss. BETTY GRAVETT Hanover, Va. REYNOLDS GREEN Warm Springs, Ca. REESE GRIFFIN Macon, Cu. E ks 4. 4534 I W ..?3ai..,,xg W 'M' mi -- Ea if 5.1 + f 5 , 9 mg' -: R? ' f Q l K Y .L . "z UNL xl X B -1 , P Sv , ni.-335.55 wg I B. ' .JN I 'If , U Y. 1' .gg'jv,4:f'f 3 7 .B- L V-1.sg,1iQES.'Qu lgkllin, J' ' ' 13 . '1,,j1g,1 1.1 .:. .W ' I :!se.a:e5:? "'HIs55::: 1.255 IH.. gm.. ' E- "r ag .,1,m,-2. gy, Eg . A I-sara i gg. I :.:.:. . 1' ' 'gn' w 'ww " -wx! ', 'vw nj ' 'fss 1 W V 4 ,, H E . E B gs. ,urn Z . .' v: E Y L.:....'j .K :M na : ss Vwms B M Hg, XY , H.,.-.- ,,,Y,,X D- H f 1 A . r 2 i Q 4 I 1, r ' R v RWE ii'IiL' ' Tk l ,QV ,Q W.. K - -- ,aww 2 E . . '.. 5 C E E E 57 9 E N 4..,w-gva.-.-.T-.-E is ru is is R :- H, wa ,R 1 - i L H ,fi WG' ,K R ,F .: , K B . 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TVIARJORIE LUTZ Shelby, N. C. DOUGLAS M AYO Emory University, Gaz JOHN MCMATH Upland, Ind. ALLEN MONTGOMERY Birmingham, Ala. HOWARD MOODY Ieffersontown, Ky. CHARLES Moons Wedowee, Ala. EDGAR PADGETT Emory University, Ga EDLIUND PERRY Marietta, Ga. MACK P1m.r.1PPE Mountain City, Tenn. LAMAR RAY Clarks ton, Ga. DUNCAN REILY Victoria, Texas T, 2? B u ma mm a is m mf'-PW' E fwm .n.it,, .H .J ,. -BSS' . Fr - -1 -,A Mi., -A-sa' in 9, 1 . ut 1' ' vi r n J l T 7 im' GX SH' ' , -, is ,I F-1.-5.3" -1 f' ef'-1 fwmwim.-fn -A g r A 'A V3.4-1: ,1-me-wif' 'K JZ ,, . " - - -,w.'Ai4:'-1. x viii., ,- ' - . :-- . ' 1 '.g:,f?,v,L:i.-HL uw."--".:,: - -,za .- ,, , -- '. w'-Q -:-A '- J : ,, muff xiifws-ww A . Al .,g- rains 3:51 Q: li . ., , my - V4 -. ff- ul .,,,4. , .. . -,, W :M 3 , JJ. -f..-A V A - V-f. 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ELBIEIX Tixnon Bzu'ni':sville, Cu. CARL ToI..L1soN Marietta, Ca. KYLE TOBILINSON Indian Spring, Tenn SAM VARNELL Cleveland, Tenn. THURMAN Viclcrsny Emory University, Ga RAY NVHATLEY Wlmtley, Ala. ROBERT NVrLcox New Market, Tenn. Decatur, Ga. . GonDoN NVoT'roN, IRL if 13,51 5 an N w N n as mam a ss a ss wx a w ss a ss E . ss E. ,am , a K X r-X I L . sw H vi SH. VI w .I Al l 1 5 . ' If ' . l i V I Jus B -'EE , . 1.0 W 1 Y ' E E " MEUIEI 13 an M. ' ,A A, ,-5.-.ff .5 F, ....- .V 3 2 ..f 4-A wr 1-'la-1' A-H -.--V in My -'--1 -. 'I -0 - b-. .1 35" 'TUC' ' "' 'V' 4- "" ' q.--f' 1, r "' ,Q -fQ1"5E5 -E!" "" bf-5' 1- .-g-1' . ,Q -IW ff, fir?-f.4 M .3 ,Q-'..-,+zggeD .,. L,-...,.j ,..f3-,,.- ww mf'--v-3-,qs3gg:"'-:,:'. .Engage .J-' .EP A W, 4 r- , ,, . N- "'. 4M J:g"'5' -:QAM ""' .g,v-,:.f'.x5,j,-,mg !i,0,"q2- F1599 .L T?" " .fn m' -1 v er'Fr-sitiaf-" ,.""'. -. 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J.. .12 .'. a--H4 , - ' -:: A 5.-. it-. --4. .-A 'g-5:5--g. . ' J- ,."-.. - ':., I '-,qu --.,.:'f' ,. J- .L - -::g,. .. .. . "' - . " ' - -' :L -. .' :. . .-. . L ".T"'., ,r . v"f'. . .I.'.. E. ... ,, '51 .'s1."..- 924' f?:'E"'.i'- .. ..?ff" 'Z.- ch "' I....I.L.. -' 4- ' tr' , . in fke name o acience H A" I 1 I 4 I I I I i , w l 1 w I l . K w 1 l W n X P w 1 1 I 1 1 X 1 y W Ji Y 2, ,YY,i 7 -- --- -" 1 , .YW 77- - - ul W' . 'P ,-,. ' 4 1. -'fi-3?-3 u :u ., gif: ' 119. "LLP D . -, , , 311,21-'. 4 -.garb-' 4:1 , .,:,J'- '- .-.:... QI . -:ga QSM. 5.31am ff' EUGENE A. STEAD, JR., .B.S., M.D. Dean yDEPAHTMH T OEHAIRME 'DR JOHN VENABLE Professor of Anatomy DR. GEORGE T. LEWIS Professor of Biochem-isfry DR. GEORGE BACHMANN Professor of Physiology DR. EUGENE L. IACKSON Professor of Pharmacology DR. SIDNEY C. MADDEN Professor of Pathology DR. WILLIAM F. FRIEDEWALD Professor of Bacteriology DR. EUGENE A. STEAD, IR. Professor of Medicine DR. JACK W. JONES DR. 'LAWRENCE' F. WOOLLEY Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology DR. ROBERT L. BENNETT Professor of Physical Medicine DRPROGER W. D1cKsoN Professor of Pediatrics DR. DANIEL C. ELKIN Ioseph B. Whitehead Professor of Surgery DR. M. K. BAILEY Professor of Urology DB. CRADY E. CLAY Professor of Ophthalmology DP.. WILLIAM C. WARREN Professor of Otology and Rhinolaryngology DR. JOHN B. CROSS Professor of Dermatology Acting Chairman of Obstetrics and Gynecology 6,6 4 bs Olusol L The School of Medicine dates back to the founding of tl1e Atlanta Medical College in 1854. The land at the corner of Butler and Armstrong Streets upon which the present group of college buildings stands was secured and the erection of buildings started thereafter. The Southern Medical College was organized and. chartered in 1878 and in 1898 the faculties of the Atlanta Medical College -and the Southern Medical Cpllege consolidated the -two schools as the Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons. The College was materially aided by contributions from citizens of Atlanta and from the faculty. The Atlanta School of Medicine was established in 1905. The merger of the Atlanta School of Medicine andthe College of Ph sicians and Surgeons was corn- pleted in 1918 under tlle historic name, "Atlanta Medi- cal Collegef' The faculty of the newly organized Atlanta Medical College soon realized that the aims of the merger could be accomplished only by securing an endowment, a university connection, and hospital facilities adapted for teaching purposes. 'Their aims were accomplished when the Atlanta Medical College was legally made the School of Medicine of Emory University in 1915. wt um at ,-n till At a meeting of, the alumni of Emory University in'1919, all alumni of any school which played a part in the formation of the present institution, whether the Atlanta Medical College, the Southern Medical College, the Atlanta College of Physicians and Sur- geons, or the Atlanta School of Medicine, were inf structed thereafter to sign themselves as graduates of Emory University. During the years the school grew to become one of the greatest in the South. With the outbreak of the war the Emory medical graduates and associates of the school united to form the Emory Medical Unit. .The unit was soon sent overseas and during the course of the war won great distinction. In june, 1944, the Emory Medical Unit was tem- porarily divided for its members to participate in various phases of the invasion of southern France. Shortly after D-Day it was brought back together and given the task of converting a small prisoner-of-War hospital in southern France fa former French tubercu- losis sanatoriuml into a 2,500 bed general hospital. In this undertaking it achieved notable success, as did the school itself in the training programs carried' on in conjunction with the Army and Navy. ' FRANCIS ADIXLIS ' Sophomore Seneca, S. C. JAMES ALLEN Sophomore Tampa, Fla. THOINIAS I. ANDERSON, IR, funior Greensboro, Ala. ROY BAKER Sophomore Jacksonville, F la. XVADDELL BARNES Freshman lvl 110011, Ga. ZERNEY BARNES Freshman Lakeland, Fla. FORREST BEAM Se-nior Sandersville, Ga. T. E. BENDECK Freshman Tegucig Alpa D. C.- Honduras C. A. JEROME BERIXIIAN Sophomore Atlanta, Ga. LINTON BISHOP I uni or Unaclilla, Ca. IAMES BLOODW'O11'I'H Sophomore Atlanta, Ga. Louis BRADY Senior City Point, Fla. FRANK BRYAN junior Ft. Myers, F la: - W H ...H WE tl Hn V , ,:5:...:I,L, 1 -,L U. 'T' la , . f I. . 1 1 -G .32-In . .,.,! 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HN s . : , Ii' ' A A . , 1 n - 1' '1 ' E E ' ',-., . DONALD KQBLEY. Sophomore Miami Beach, Flu. Bouorz L1zAvEr. Sophomore Greensboro, N. C. CARL LINEBACK Senior Atlanta, Ca. LINDSEY LOVETT Sophomore Leesburg, Fla. THOMAS LUISISDEN Sophomore N acoochee, Ga. Mus. KATHHYN S. LUNCEFORD Sophomore Metter, Gu. RICHARD NIALONEY Sophomore Atlanta, Ga. THAD IWATHENY Freshman VVaynesboro, Miss. Ioszzvu LAB-IAN MAYS Junior Jackson, Gu. Ross MCBRYDE Junior Troy, Alan of RUTH MCCLUBE Sophomore Acworth, Ga. JASON IWEADORS Sophomore LaGrange, Ca. CARTER MEADOWS Sophomore Vidalia, Ga. JAMES MENDEL junior Coral Gables, Fla. WTLLIAM Moons Junior Legion, Texas ARTHUR I. MOSELEY, In Junior Augusta, Ga. LESTER MowsoN Freshman San Diego, Cal. BRUCE NEwsoM Sophomore Columbus, Ga. JEANNE NEWSOM Freshman Sandersville, Ga. PHoN'r1s N'ICI-IOLS Sophomore Apalachicola, Fla. w Q gTiieMf?5if5 fm 'C 1' 9 mr.,-L.g!m'AA -5. ,mi EXT - - 2 'Mrk-'Q Y' :bw ' -:Y , -51:1 'Mui-f 2 Ed IQ ?Egg,:lf1i'2m ,.-,-22:5-:.f-. 4 ' --T "-1- "N- v-54:15, , fm., Ef 1' 'Rini 'Z if 'S iw:- fi' 'u--2-gyawcir 45 Er, 'QV' f T '5.. T fl ' 1 jg? I I JJ A 'Vw ' -QJIY .f J"'f..1,A L,5T,s?f.fi.1d,: wo T, ,Q ,QfA'x7f'5'Ira 1 NT, P HMA w 3? 4 L J '. ,Q 'Ze' '1 I N . .592 v nn '1 L- S 'U' v Eu 1. 4 Q, 3,2 , I ml A sf .vs .52 or L ,if f L ' A ,g za.. T. -:, . IQK 1114 xz4rL'g:w.fIfAsi:Q?,jI : 'fgsvl'1.,2 5 :':,3m',.g.,w 1, if T T . . , - ., 4: ALX1, Ky-two., 1 -:, M . ok,',-1:5914 . w - ,.::..:. - f 'fffi:4.:.A-LQ,,4kkLg1,g '- ,g15E.TK1oewiGf! 'r,'.,-rw We Q . A ., L51 3,725 af?-.A,,?gj E- f:?4,-aTI2,jfxJWfm'-3 ii - , r- vga 1 11 if 5'7" 'Fda' '?2!"f1':"T F iwgfigff. Q. Q , UK " V T. 1. f if A PKK? mm. ,'..I. E --ni -,La .H R R m, 'sm Qgnsril 55 NEW I EE R FRED OWNBY Junior Atlanta, Ga. KILLOUGII PATRICK, Sophomore VVlIite Oak, S. C. XIVILLIAINI C. PATTERSON ' junior Emory University, Ga. SAIXI POOLE Sophomore Americus, Ga. CLYDE RIGHTS Sophmnore Tampa, Fla. T HOMAS RITCH Senior Stark, F lu. ' PATRICK ROCHE Junior Dublin, Ga. JEWEL RUCKER Freshman Augusta, Ga. IIAROLD SANDERS Junior Greenville, S. C. RICHARD SOHULZ Sophomore VVinter Haven, F la. SAIXI SHASI-IY Sophomore Atlanta, Ca. ROBERT SHINALL Senior Cartersville, Ga. HENRY SHURPE Soyzlzomore Kissimmee, F Ia. ROBERT SIEGEL F7'66'I1171Ill'L St. Petersburg, Fla MARILYN SAIITH Freshman Portales, N. Nfex, ROBERT SOLOAIAN F reslz man Bristol, Tenn.-Va. DONALD SPICEII Ju nior Quan tico, Va. RO131211T STEINBORO S oplwmora Atlanta, Ca. RAYLIOND T ENNEBAUM Soplwnmrc Atlanta, Ga. PAUL TEPLIS I u nior Atlanta, Ca. BERNARD TEPPEP. junior Cordele, Ga. JACK 'THOBIPSON Freshman Atlanta, Ga. C. G. VOLLARO Freshman Allendale, N. J. JOHN F IIANKLIN QVVALKER Soplwinore Ponteveda, Fla. WILLIAM WAIID Junior Albany, Ca. ROBERT WELLS Freshman Atlanta, Ga. Ross XVHATLEY Junior Ashburn, Ga. IOSEPII S. WILSON junior Americus, Ga. ALICE WOODALL Sophomore Atlanta, Ga. GRANTFAN C. VVOODSON Sophomore Midcllesboro, Ky. II R. TW at L.. 4 l l I II II wg H. +- ESU 2' ..fAe Lew fo Earning . . v W I W W W W W W W W W W W W W Q J J W1 'ix' L 'Ill 4 nw' u ffe ss V R u fil' .WW fx! -rl .1- 1 1 I 14-'Q 1 .. 4s 4' .-5-,,,... --.. ..,.,. V' ,.--'1' ' ' .- f lg , . r'V"." 'fir' .'-,f .f.--- -,:.:----- ' - '-'."'Y -- :v ,,- " 1 1,4 E M.. .. Q. 1144- ,:,f nick.. -.A , ' 'Ill E ' Q - ' V Y' 7 5 E E , 'cf' s - - - E , .-qv .X E- mn' '-H, 'z J, . H -K, " ,B-,,r'i,. fl. 1 j fa' -, 5 ' " , A E V- .rr , 'ss mr -Y fi M. :J my: Y - wi wi 'L H-HIE:-Vx 4' EU? Q' Efiigxmiv -1 ' - V M '- E , mmm , am' :' 1 ' ' ,. H , - H 'lf' W U V 11 -ss.. ' - ,sk A .f ,,'. , V . rA A -.1.-.,L,::l.- ,.,A .jf V V " "--. ' ' . .""9AQn,',, "'-.A ,,k GIS. :f.- -gf , 1.11 :Q n -. - ,-N, . ,L ,.... ibut. 1 V, - D. ' H' .qu -.'.,' -.- . .Li .3 .' N ' .-'. '--.'-'I' '. ' ff . ,glli -:'.- Q72-x'1 1 -H A .. , -lf -IH' 1' .g'5e2"p " xa- TOMMIE DORA BAKER, LITT.D. Dean and Professor of Library Science NANCY JANE DAY, A.M. IN L.S.. 1 Assistant Professor of Library Science EVALENE PARSONS JACKSON, M.S Assistant Professor of Library Science CLYDE PETTUS, A.M. IN L.S. Assistant Professor of Library Science Librarian and Reviser TOMMIE DORA BAKER, Lin-.D. Dean The Library School is one of the nine major divisions of' the University. VVhile its association with Emory University began in 1925, the date of its founding antedated this by twenty years, when the Southern Library School was' estab- lished at the Carnegie Library of Atlanta, April 5, 1905. In November, 1925, the School became affiliated with Emory University, and raised its entrance require- ments to admit only students who have a bachelor's degree from an approved college or universityi I Beginning with the session of 1930-1931, the administration and control were transferred to Emory University. The School was moved to the Emory campus andkestablished in new quarters in the Asa Griggs Candler library building. The Library School meets the requirements- of the American Library Associa- tion for a professional library school on a graduate basis. The school offers to both men and women a broad field of work and is considered one of the foremost schools of its type i.n the South. V CAROLYN SMITH, A.B,, A.B. IN L.S. if B . Q: l.VfARTHA BELL Dawson, Ga. A.B., Brenau College Mns. Donofrx-IY BLAIR Macon, Ga. B.S., M .A., Teachefs College, Columbia University MoNrrA ELLIOT Buford, Ga. A.B., LaGrange College DAVID Es'rEs Atlanta, Ga. A.B., Berry College DOROTHY ELIZABETH FRANCIS Glenn Allen, Va. -A.B., Westhampton College, of 'Richmond University ANGELINA WEST HALL Dothan, Ala. A.B., Alabama College I. B. HOWELL ' Greenville, S. C. - A.B., Furman University HELEN IRENE-JONES Vaiden, Miss. A.B., Mississippi State College for Women Dono'mY KIRKLAND Durham, N. C. 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ALVA Bnocx Rome, Ga. GEORGE DAN BYNUM' Atlanta, Ga. R. VIRGINIA Cx-IASTAIN Atlanta, Ca. Roy L. Cox, In.. Woodstock, Ga.. mmiaw 'J 5.555 ' ss SQ... mf Nw , ,,. f.: my ig as H 'f. swf ,-Y K --sf-, Nm 1 lm mm ' ww- J Wm f fa sae ' " .H .H..w1F7. s tmuvgs' R R R , my my . R ms' R R m' awww R H R , 'maj R v 5 .. W ,ss ss W Sf., ,a V ' H -,w ., P r ,R ' "-W' ' 88.3 W. H Y ,X PORTER L. FORTUNE, Old Fort, N. C, ROBERT Gmns, IR. Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT E. LYLE Strickbridge, Ca. JACKIE STEARNES Atlanta, Ga. CHARLES TURNER Summerville, Ga. HOWVARD WERMS Sebring, Fla. IR . : 3 1 I In 52111100 ' " '7 " WW' " " "" ' 'W' ' ' ' ' ' " 7' I I I I I I I I I I I I I WI ww ,-W -I 1 315 ,Q 'fin I ,.4 DR. BYRNES DR DR DR DR. DR. L. I. ATKINS VV. L. BALLENGER E. L. BANKS F. K. BOLAND, SR. THOS.,T. BRACG DR. L. B. BROWN DR. DR. RALPH R. BYRNES C. L. CHANDLER DR. VV. E. COLEMAN DR. THOMAS CONNER DR. DR. DR. DR. DR. DR. DR DR. DR DR. DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR FRANKLIN cox R. L. DEMENT J. K. FANCHER R. HQ FIKE JOHN B. FITTS s. W. FOSTER W. A. OARRETT T. E. GILLILAND H. 1. HARPOLE C. W. HUFF M. D. HUFF W. F. HUNNICUTT G. c. HUNTER, JR. J. D. HUNTER IRWIN T. HYATT H. D. JAYNES V. M. JOHNSON H. B. JOHNSTON l . Faculty DR..A. L. KING DR. R. U. KITCHENS, IR. DR. F. F. LAMONS DR. R. S. LEADINGHAM DR. R. I. MARTIN DR. S. S. MERIWETHER, IR. DR. G. A. MITCHELL DR. I. R. MITCHELL DR. DR. ROY D. MITCHELL I. C. MONAGHAN DR. GENE NARDIN DR. W. P. NICOLSON DR. H. HARVEY PAYNE DR. F. C. PORT - DR. O. L. RICE DR. A. M. SCRUGGS DR. ROY Y. SHAW DR. H. W. SILVERSTEIN DR. DAVID B. SMITH DR. C. B. STEWART DR. W. D. STONE DR. DR. C. M. ST URDEVANT R. E. STURDEVANT MR. RALPH H. TASH DR. ROSS TUCKER DR. I. C. WILLIAMS ' DR. GOODRICH C. WHITE The Southern Dental College was founded 111 1887 The Atlanta Dental College was founded 111 1897 The Atlanta Southem Dental College xx as estabhshed 111 1917 by the consoh clat1on of the Atla11ta and the Southeln Dental Colleges D1 Sheppard FOSICI the present P1es1de11t Emeutus was elected as 1ts H131 P1es1dent and D1 Thomas H1nman was IIS H151 Dean At the start of the 1917 sesslon the Atlanta Dental Colleffe vacated 115 bu1ld1r1g on Edgewood Avenue and moved 1n w1th Soutl1e1n Dental College IH 1ts bu1ld1ng across from the Grady IIosp1tal Tl1e Iflelgel of the two schools gave to Atlanta one of the 1a1gest and most completely eqmpped dental colleges of the day In 1918 111 coope1at1on wxth the govemment an S A T C t1a1n1ng 1,1n1t was placed at tl1e new school Agam 1n VVo1ld VVa1 II Atlanta Southern Dental College was cl1osen by the Army and Navv for the t1a1r1111g of naval and dental OHICCIS In 1926 Atlanta Southem Colleffe moved to 1ts present locat1on at 1116 co1ner of For1est and Co111tla11d a11d 1n the same V631 as a lesult of th1s new eqtupment was HWHI ded an A lalflllg by the Dental Educatmn Counc1l of Ameuca Upon the death of D1 HIIIHIHH IH 1931 D1 P1 F1 BYIHGS became Dean of tl1e College and holds that olhce todav On Septembe1 20 1931 Mrs De Los H111 gave to the scl1ool a S59 000 endowment fO1 the PUIPOSB of estabhshlng a cl1111c fO1 ch1ld1er1 The Cl.1Il1C IS now known as De Los L H111 JI Memo11al C11DlC for Cl11ld1en In Septembe1 of 1944 Emmy UDINGISIIY a11d Atlanta Soutl1e1n Dental College me1ged to beco1ne Emmy Un1ve1s1ty School of Dentlstry Tl1e ma111 cl1n1c at the Dental College 1S one of the la1gest of 1tS kmd 1n the I1'lt1011 Th1S modem Cl1111C 111cludes not only operative de11t1stry SCCUODS but also sect1ons for Slllgefy c1own and budge prosthesls full and paltlal clentu1e nos tl16S1S X 1ay IOOITI and a sect1on fO1 O1t1'1OdO1'1t1H work All wo1k 1n the cl1n1c IS done under the supe1v1s1on of capable 1nst1ucto1 unde1 the Cl11GCt1OI1 of Dr ROg61 E Stmdevfmt Supeuntendent of the CIIHIC In add1t1on to the mam cl1n1c the scl1ool has a cl1n1c fo1 NCg1OBS and a cl1n1c fO1 ch1ld1en unde1 the age of twelxe Tl1e Negro cl1n1c IS unde1 the d1rect1on of Dr W D StO116 and tl1e cl1n1c fo1 ch1ldre11 15 u11de1 tl1e d1rect1on of D1 V Johnson u' I L , t r. .1. - - ' 1 ' ' 1 '- ' c . 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E J -"ff - :wg :- Ki migks 'Q a nl ' , , ,gm 'e ,Q wg, Hi gg rr, x mm 3 5 211: 3: Hu" v Ee 5 V A76- was , Ly -WZ' ' ms ' - fic? . . ---o 2- f f " Kam -g 1.1: , . fn' '- ,N - mm W m H 1. vtlfi Alfiffzq t :c 3 I'.'1'fJ s Ti ss gs wg K5 Sm , .. , 1 .f' ' 555122. .:',, "'.:'Lvf5 1' -MAT' - N Qi' eu ' -Jn, Jw, ". , -..1'1l:Q-'-' --, . ni,-. '.'.? ' 1:4 55' 1" SW 0' PM N I3 5' 'C- '?'4.f-, ai.- '-fm f. 1 : ': Il 'J , V 'Qu-an '-Ya ALBERT JONES Atlanta, Ga. FRANCES KAISER Atlanta, Ca. DENNY KA'rz Atlanta, Ga. DONALD KEPNER Atlanta, Ga. Louis KLAUBER Atlanta, Ca. JAMES C. LEACH Atlanta, Ga. NATHAN LEVY Atlanta, Ga. NICK LoNc, IR. Atlanta, Ga. JABIES M ACKAY Atlanta, Ga. STANLEY MCCALLA Vrcxcrms NEUGENT Willacootche, Ga. ANGELO GEORGE NIKAS Atlanta, Ga. FFIASTER H. Nonwoon Atlanta, Ga. CARL OLIX'ER Atlanta, Ga. CHARLES D. READ Social Circle, Ga. REX REEVES Hapeville, Ga. THOMAS B, SAYVYER Atlanta, Ga. JOE L. SELF Decatur, Ga. CHARLES, B. SHELTON- Atlanta, Ga. LEWIS SLATON East Point, Ca. GEoncE SMOAK Atlanta, Ga. JAMES L. STARNES, IR. Decatur, Ga. WALTER TAYLOR, Jn. Cuthbert, Ga. RICHARD THIGPEN St. Mary's, Ga. SAMUEL T1-IOLIPSON' Collegd Park, Ga. JAMES Tnowzsnrncn Atlanta, Ga. GUY TURNER Atlanta, Ca. IOSEPH UNDERWVOOD Lithonia, Ga. IOHN WILLIAMS Greenville, S. C. RUBY XVORCESTER Atlanta, Ga. sql 'KE m -ss sages .. sms is E 5 . .-sf-iv.. 1 'll'-" ., 1.-Q4 'F ,T ,E ' . 'f f-in gif- . X. -5,1 . ....,..-ALf,,:,:E, jj .. ....1..,.,e,:.,,,.,.,., ,,, ,5g1.,..,., x B - . :-,::Ei .:. ,m - 2:2 4:-: l E ,li ii, sf :.: ...Q -. . E -I H ,mf ,,,, ,-:sas -:--:.: na F V- . H . .:.:.:. " ' . 'W 1 R- -em ,... na,--,., 1 .:.:.:.: Hgh Q 1 at 5 E iw... . . . we 1 22- -iif fi :-: E2 :-:-: 1 5 gif: I ,a.,, .P U K in -T - A ,,, A ' 5 as 'tt-- Emi.. CHARLES I I-IILKEY PhD ID SID Dean CHARLES I HILKEY Ph D ID S D Dean of the School of Law PAUL E BRYAN M A S I D Clark Professor of Law MAURICE S CULP AM SID Professor of Law ENOCH SMYTHI1. GAMBRELL A B LL B Lecture on Arr Law BEN F JOHNSON IR AB JD Instructor rn Law LAURENCE M JONES A B S I D Professor of Law EDWIN M PEARCE LLB Lecturer on Law HENRY M QUILLIAN IR B S LL B Professor of Law WILLIAM' D. THOMPSON, Ph.B. H Lecturer on Legal Ethics The Lamar School of Law, with the largest enrollment in its history, is entering the postwar 'period with greatly expanded facilities. Named for Justice L. C. Q. Lamar, a former Associate Justice in the Supreme Court and one of Einory's most distin- guished alumnus, the School of ,Law was founded when the the Evening Division of the School of Law was established as a permanent part of the school. During the war, day ,classes were entirely suspended, and only the Evening School functioned- however, Both day and night classes will be carried on in Sep-- tember, 1946, and the school will Begin its first complete post- war year. , campus was moved from Oxford to Atlanta 'in 1916. In 1941, 1 f Q tA062 QUAD Lac! .WI crecde . . H O 1 ' l 4 l F N w x Y v I A 3 1 4 N 'rf 1 1: 1 4 U I l i Q v N 5 s 3 ww! 1 I v Ii w P W LQQZEF- , M :Wh ' ' ivn-'Pri i I 5. --Jn, .I .' uit: f -.LLB '1'.jrg-' "."y-'z , .4 1 .- p 'A iff 4' 1 N ST IIE T CTI ITIES EMORY RYLANDER President The story of the Student Activities Council, has been a sad one during thepast year. The Council under the Navy administra- tions was never very active, and student inferestin it was prac- tically negligible. l But the Council 'soniehow or other continued. Firiallyn the Councilunder Emory Via was forced-to dissolution because of the lack of interest on the part of both students and Council membersj A The first sign ofuinterest in the Student Activities Council was evidenced in the election held in December. This election showed the first real interest in campus politics during the past year. The Council now has becorne an integral part of the oi'- ganizations on thencampus. It has plannedseveral dances and taken areal interest in the campus activities. OFFICERS EMOHY RYLANDER . President BEESE GRIFFIN . Vwe Preszdent IIIQIUNIIII, jTf j7Egj, 'G-4g,,.43,,-R,-Q g grxdnrg - - .ZW A "' 1' ' " - " - ' ' 2' "4 F SI A-Y '.-.Z"ffg,ge':,'. 5,5 Y 'QALEQ hs ..,,g i 2 FRED BOLONKIN GEORGE BROWN BILL DEAN JACK FREE BEESE GRIFFIN ANGELINA HALL BILL Hom: BETTY JANE LABRABEE JAMES MACKAY ' CI-IENEY SIGMAN ANNE SMITH Not pictured : A Helen Castine EMUHY EHHIBSTIA 7 -------Al'--, -10 :1 :1 "f""'- "f' - H - ' - - ., ., A .. Y - A AU, , , OFFICERS GEORGE BAXTER . , , President JOEL SAVELL . . Vice-President BONNIE ROBBINS '. . . Secretary MORGAN JOHNSON . . Treasurer COUNCIL DUSTY BANKS FRED BOLONKIN HAROLD COLE JOHN CRANK LOUISE DEATON CORINE DEBARDELEBEN LAMBUTH ERWIN DURWOOD FOSTER BERT FOVVLER ELIZABETH GODWIN HANDY HANCOCK JRANEHE Hrccs NVALTER INGRAM BUNNY MARSHALL LEE MORRIS IIMMSI OWENS ADDLE MAE PAIGE NIOBTON-SANFORD REICHART DONALD REISMAN GEORGE ROPER CLYDE RYALS EMORY BYLANDER ANNE SMITH EMORY V1A NIARY FRANc1s WEBB T071 row: Bonks, Baxter, Bolonkin, DeBardeleben- - -Second row: Erwin, Foster, Fowler, Godwin - - - Third row: Horcock, Higgs, Iohnson, Ingram- - -Fourth row: Marshall, Morris, Owens, Paige - - - -Fifth row: Beichart, Heisman, Ropqr, Ryals- - -Bottom row: Rylander, Lovell, Smith, Via, VVebb. SSUIII Tlll 3 .. SAM L. LAIRD NN ra Director of Religious Life The Emory Christian Association seeks to regulate religious life on the campus. With its director, Sam Laird, it stimu- lates religious activity through its many outlets. The Freshman E. C. A., a very active part of the organization, holds its meetings every Monday night in the form of a supper, followed by a devo- tional service. The Council, the govern- ing body of the Association, holds its meetings every two weeks in order to direct and advise the many activities of the Association. The Lounge and the recreational hall are open every .day to students of the University. fr WR- DR. HENRY HILT CRANE, D.D., -LL.D of Detroit, M icliigfm, principal speaker for Emo1'y's eleventh annual Religious Ernphasis Week Hn un l:nUNl:1L 17011 row: Banks, Bailey, Bynum: Pottom row: Foster, Yia. The Honor Council- has as its duty the fostering of a, spirit of honor among the students, and the administration of the Honor Code. From, year to year the Council has placed increasingly great emphasis on its objective, the prevention of dishonestyz by the elevation of E,mory's standards Hof Honor. A , The Honor Council has became recognized is an integral' factor in thelgrowing ,ideal of a greater Emory. The Council is composed of live students and a faculty adviser. The outgoing members each year appointthe succeeding members to serve for the following scholastic year. H ' ' V 4 CHAIRMAN . Dunwoop Fosnzn ' ,MEMBERS A CARROLL BAILEY DAN BYNUM' , EMORY VIA - DUSTY BANKS - ADVISER MR. W. A. Srnoznzn . International llelatinns lllnh .P Hgh-.-AL- '.. -..H ,1-.'. - ,, .,, .,,,, .- -..- L.. ",. -'. '... '. EmOry's chapter of the 'International Relations Club has had the -longest continuous existence of any of the non-social clubs onthe campus. Under the direction, of Dr. Boss H. McLean, Professor of History, the Club meets every month for dis- cussions in the field of international affairs. The purpose of the International Relations Club is to instruct and enlighten public Opinion. It is to fix the attention Of the students upon the principles of human conduct, international law, and international organization, and upon the ultimate problem of world peace. ' OFFICERS 'Wl D. HOGAN .l . I. r. President P. S. FORTUNE . . . . Vice-President ED SHERIXIAN . . . A. Secretary-Treasufer MEMBERS .GEORGE BAXTER LTNTON Cox I JOHN 'DICKINSON ' WVARREN DICKSON' :WATSON DURDEN JACK FLETCHER ' PORTER FORTUNE Dunwoon FOSTER ' ,REYNOLDS GREEN OSCAR GUINN MALCOLM HARRIS WTLLLAM HOGAN BILL PEEPLES ED SHERMAN CUY TURNER Il HY HLEE III. WALTERN KALAF i , A Glee Club Rehearsal The Emory GleepCI1il5Q under the direction of Dr. Mal- colm H. Dewey, has won distinction through recordings, appearances on'-the ,major radio networks, and tours in foreign countries. In the club students are able to ac- quire training in voice development and experience in singing before large audiences. ' During the War the Glee Club was able to remain active. Concerts were jgiven to overflow audiences. Even with seemingly insurmountable obstacles the club re-I mained 'as one of the - outstanding activities on the campus. ' During this last yearl the Glee Clubpresented a sum- mer and spring concert and its' annual Christmas Carol Service, all of which met with huge success. A concert tour of the .Southern States has been planned for the spring. ' , I JEL xr- ff First Tenorsg VVALLACE BAILEY ' CHARLES BROCILMAN - ROBERT DELL ' LEM EDMONDSON 'ROYSTON MERRITI' ALFRED ROBINSON HAROLD SINGLETON JOHN SPEED ' FRANK WOODS ,Second Tenorsg EUGENE BARTON EDWARD 'BEESON AI.vA BROCK PAUL DENINGTON F. W. ELARBEE WILLIAM EUBANKS THOMAS FEW 'PAUL HARRIS IAIVIES JERNTGAN GEORGE MOREL SANDERS PIKE LUTHER SMITH DONALD WEANT RICHARDIWEAVER WENDELL WHIPISLE STEPHEN WILLIAMS First Basses: JOHN ADAMS RICHARD BUSH JOHN CAMP WARREN CHANCEY JOHN DICKINSON ,PHILIP FARKAS VVILLIAM GUERIN ORUM HAMNER ROBERT HUDGENS EDWARD MALLORY PETER MANUS ROBERT NASH CLYDE RYALS EMORY SZVIITH' JAMES SLIITH FRANK WATKINS CHARLES WELLS Second Basses: WILLIAM BAKER DUELL BARNES THOMAS CAUSEY DAVIS CHAMBLISS JAMES EMERT IRA FERGUSON RAY I'IULL ROBERT JENNINGS JOHN JORDAN PAUL MILLER DAN PLUNKET GEORGE ROPER GERARD ROTHSCHILD ROBERT SALTER JJOEL SAVELL WALTER RUTLAND JAMES WRIGHT The Christmas Carol . BLEE III. K- OFFICERS WALTER N. KALAF . . . . , . Manager WILLIAM C. HERRING . . Assistant Mahagef ROBERT O. HUDGENS . . . . 'Librarian K .. ' --'Bakr ',. ' A I I V' ir Y 'I ' 1 X . -V . E I A 5' , J ' 7 Mary, Mother of Jesus . . ...... Jane Sparks EMUHY EDITH RUSSELL - Director ' OFFICERS En XVAINWRIGHT . . . . . . President Faro BOLONKIN . . Vice-President BILL HERRING . . . . . Business Manager MORTON-SANFORD REICHABT . . . . Secretary THE EMORY PLAYERS The Emory Players, under the direction of Edith Russel, seeks to develop theatrical interest and ability on the campus. In August, 1945, the Players presented Romeo and Juliet. In Feb- ruary, they presented Family Portrait, and in April they will present The Hasty H eart. A large-scale production in the amphi- theatre is planned for the summer quarter. FAMILY PORTRAIT Daniel ....... Joseph . . Naomi ---- Juda ...... Mary Cleophus . . Reba ..... Simon ---- James - - Mordecai - Selima . - Eben . . Mathias - - A Disciple - - Hepsibfih - . - Appius Hadrian . - Anna . ..... . n Rabbi .... V . . Mendel ....... A YVoman of Jerusalem - - Mary of Magdela - - Nathan ...... ED. WAIISTWRIGHT Daniel cAge 16, U . President Ester . . . . i ' 'Beaulah - - Darrow Kirkpatrick - - - Tom Gordon . . . .. Suelioss . Holladn Mangum - Marjorie Johnston Mary Jane Nickelson . . . . -Clyde Ryals . . . Bob Gerson . . VVarner Crumb . Beth Hutchinson . . Tom Lennep . . . Jack Ailleck . I. Ed Wainwright . . LaFaye Leake . . Sandy Reichart . .' . Ann Driskell . . . . Robert Dell . Gerard Rothschild . . . Beth Johnson Patricia McManmon . . . . . . Nick Louis Jennings Livingston . . . Caroline North . . Beth Johnson PI. YEHS Scenes f1 om Famzly Portrazt THE HASTY HEART Orderly . ......... '. . . Ben Fowllces ,Yank . . . . Jimmy Bush Digger' - - ---. Hal Hale Kiwi -, - - ---- . Clyde Ryals Blossom - . . . Gerard Rothschild ,Tommy . . . . Sandy Reichart Margaret - - . Beth Hutchinson- Colonel, . . . . . Charles Wells Lachlen . . . . Ed Wainwright The "Hasty H eart" goes into production I TEHFHTEH ITY The Intei-fraternity Council is composed-of two members from each of the eleven fraternities meets on alternate Tuesday night throughout the year. The Council has authority in all matters pertaining to the fraternities ofthe University. The drawing up and enforcing of rushing rules is under the jurisdiction of the Council. The regulation of Bnances and the planning of social functions con- cerning all of the various fraternities are also a part of the duties of this organi- zation. During' this past year, the Council under the presidency of Torn Galt and then of Robert Burns,.has sponsored many 'small dances for the fraternity men. The climax of the Council's social functions came in january with the Interfraternity Council Formal. V V ' H With the return of many fraternity men to the campus and the arrival of the veterans, the Interfraternity,Council hopes for the growing strength of the fra' ternity system. ' U NCH w . ,, .., , ,,.,, ... -- . Y .r , A 1, ,Q , .V .. ., .,..-., Y . ,,, L- 1 ROBERT BURNS OFFICERS ROBERT BURNS Preszdent Chl Phx JAMES HILL Vzce Preszdent Alpha Tau Omega Fmsn BOLONKIN Secretary Alpha Epsxlon P1 IAMZES SMITH Treasurer S1gl'!'13. Clu MEMBERS DUELL BARNES GEORGE EASON BOB Fosrnn CHRIS FRAWCISCO IACL FREE JOHN IIALEY BILL HINE DAN PLUNKETT DONALD REISMANN JANLES RIIDLEY C LYD1: RYALS Tou S XWYER SANFORD SCHMERLINO Amrnm SCI-IOENBERG I B Woons S1gma Alpha Epsllon kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha Sxgma Chg Chl Ph1 P1 Kappa Alpha Alpha Tau Omega Delta 'Tau Delta Alphl Epsllon P1 Delta Tau Delta Chl Plu P1 Kappa Alpha Tau Eps1lon Ph1 Alpha Epsxlon P1 Sxgma Chr . ...M ,. . . . ., --,- -.- -.. - ,- L... ln... .. --.,,- , ..,. ,. . . .. .. .. -L . -M-.. . Top row Barnes Bolonkm Eason Foster Second row Fran cxsco Free Haley Hamas Thzrcl row Hmes Plunkett REISITIRII Pndley Fourth row Ryals Sawyer Schmerhng Shoenberg Bottom row Smlth Woods . . O . nI'hl0o Ill . ' lunhaalruvc U' I ......4-.. O galpluuanlu . V f ' 1 ns anal .i I 4,,' X ... Q. . 4 CLIFFORD HIAMES - - - - - - - Sigma Nu A' I " ills Ops .1 MC lin . . ., -11-.'o-.an ' ' l ':.VJ .JA I.: "' : G' 9 2 9 ,"' : 3' J ... , 4,v .,, , ..z : , . l CAMPUS III, B Top row: Balch, Bush, Chanibliss - - - Second row: Collins, Denny, Dunbar- - -Third row: Green, Hanson, Holland- - - Fourth row: Jernigan, Jones, Ray - - - Bottom row: Robinson, Sigma' ' . Emory's exclusive social organization among non-frafer- nity men is the twenty-four-year-old Campus Club, whose aim is to give the independent man an organized, d,eH- nite social life and to aid him in his campus activities. Membership into the club is by invitation Only, and its rituallstresses friendship and brotherhood. STANLEY HANSEN CHANEY C. SIGMA HARVEY HOLLAND ERNEST DENNY BEVEL IONES . OFFICERS N, IR. MEMBERS ALLEN BALCH PAUL BUSH DAvIs CHAMBLISS JAMES COLLINS ERNEST DENNY WALTER DUNBAR REYNOLDS GREEN STANLEY HANSEN HARVEY HOLLAND AIILEN JERNIGAN JIMIMY IERNIGAN BEVEL JONES LAMAR RAY FRANK ROBINSON CHENEY SIGMAN EARL WOODWARD EUGENE DRINKARD OLIN DUNCAN ROBERT PORTER LAVERN COWAN GLEN DAVIS . . President Vice-President . Secrefary . . Treasurer Athletic Director Emnr .Nun-Fraternit Urqanizatinn T019 10132: Baxter, Berry, Chambllss- - -'Second row: Gliancey, Chenggxss, Fitzgerald- . . Third row: Green, Hedrick, Messina - - - Fourth row: Moore, Still, Suber - ' - -Bottom: Via. FOUNDED IN 1988 The Emory Non fratermty Orgamzatmn funchons 1n o1der to create mtelest nl and to mamtaln hlgh standal ds of accomphshment to develop mdlvldual ab1l1t1es 1n ac tlV1t1eS relatmff to the non fratermty men of thls student body and to develop a sp1r1t of cooperat1on brother hood loyalty, and enthus1asm among the students all workmg together for the welfare of Emory Any non f1ate1n1ty man who attends two successwe bus1ness meetmgs and states h1s deslre to join the E N O 1S ehg1ble for actwe membershlp E N O offers an opportumty to part1c1pate ln soclal athletic and SSTVICB act1v1t1esn OFFICERS EMORY VIA Preszdent SAN BERRY Vwe Preszdent DAv1s CHAMBLISS Secretary WARREN CHANCEY Treasurer MEMBERS GEORGE BAXTER SAN BERRY BILL BGUNNEB ADAVIS CHAMBLISS WARREN CHAUNCEY GEORGE CHENGGIS BOEBY FITZGERALD BEN LOCKLAIR I ToM LUNDSDENT ARMANDO MESSINA ' GEQRGE MooRE NORBEHT SUBEB CARL GREEN EMORY VIA FRED STILL BGE HEDRIGK T-H E 19 45 MORTON-SANFORD REICHART Editor-in-Chief The 1946 CAMPUS has had one of the hardest jobs of any organization on the campus. The staff appointments were made only in Ianuaryg while previous staffs had from live to eight months to complete the task of publishing the yearbook. The compilation of this annual was accom- plished in two months. There was also another problem - there were no trained .staff assistants on the CAMPUS and no established precedent to follow. The small staff that there was had to light for an oflice, for use of photographic files, and for approval of the budget. V n In this book the editors have tried to depict the story of the whole year and give the complete story of Emory's past, present, and future. The CAM:PUs is intended to be a portrait of Emory. If it is beautiful and strong, it is because Emory is beautiful and strong. The editors sincerely hope with conviction that lIl'16'CAMPUS reveals the overall picture of' Emory. -a CLYDE RYALS Associate Editor JAMES SMITH . Business Mahager AM THE STAFF Mon'roN-SANFORD BEICHABT . . . . , CLYDE RYALS . JAMES SMITH ToM LENNEP ORUM HAMNER JEAN BROWN Assistants RUSSELL THOMAS Contributors MARJOBIE Linz DONALD WEANT Sports JACK AFFLECK Adviser DB. EDWIN T. MARTIN . Editor-in!Chief . Associate Editor . Business Manager . Photographer CHARLES WELLS BILL HOLT jk 'H uw-W , STAFF ASSISTANTS 'i' M. TOM LE-NNEP Staff Photographer develops pictures ' A 5 'H H 'J .5-'sg':1. , 'V 2. nj- l' Q tw ha2L:, ys', A f 1 IXQ3, ' I 72,5 lg 'T""- ,v I fy: -5 . f- JT, 4' - w-1, ,gr if -,:,' y. " A :I Nw ' wx 4' ky' A V, X 2 Q .1 .kg if EM 'U A K' 'U' I g Russell Thomas, Orum Hamner, and Charles Wells work on copy THE it-f . y,XX3" Educ' The EMORY WHEEL has long been one of the outstanding activities on the campus: Many times it has Won national distinction through several journalistic awardsg THE WHEEL was founded in 1919 by Ernest Rogers and since then it has become one of the outstanding college newspapers in the country. Even during the war THE WHEEL maintained its high standards of journalism. This was indeed remarkable because there was practically no staffi But because of good -editorship THE WHEEL remained as a standard of journalistic achieve- ment. UHY WHEEL BILL PEEPLES ED SHERMAN DOROTHY EVANS DONALD REISMAN JACK AFFLECK BURKE CHILDS Sports Asszstants RUSSELL THOMAS ODEL HIAASEN Busmess Asmtants ERNEST BRIM JOHN HUTCHINS BALDWIN BEIDGER PINCLNEY VVHFLCHEL Edztorzal Asszstants JOHN MOKLNZLE BEN MLLNER ED I-IOscH BILL HERRING MARSON DUNAWAY ALONZO MCDONALD RUTH FELDMAN BILL ALLEN Cwculatzon ED BRANAN Manager JOE GOOD Ass1stant THE STAFF Edztor m Chzcf Managmg Edztor Assoczate Edztor Buszness Manager Sports Edztor Asswtant Sports ,Editor ED SHERMAN Mrmagmg Edrtor DOINALD REISMAN ' Buginess M amger UV 5 DVS, Senior Honor Society, is one of the highest honors for which Emory men strive. The tapping of seven Juniors in the spring of each year has become a tradition which the student body eagerly awaits. The DVS pin is intended to serve as a mark of distinction which indicates that the wearer is an all-round man, a leader who has won election on his merits and his conspicuous loyalty to the interests of Emory. MEMBERS DAN BYNUM BILL DEAN BEESE GRIFFEN WALTER KALAF Top row: Bynum, Dean. Bottom row: Gritfen, Kalaf, UMIEHU IJELT li PP Omicron Delta Kappa is the national honorary leadership fraternity on the campus. Election to membership is based on character, leadership, and out- standing participation in extra-curricular activities. The maintenance of a scholas- tic record well above the averagegis a prerequisite to membership. Recognition by ODK embraces five ieldsz scholarship, athletics, social and religious activities, publications and forensics, dramatics, and music. Ernory's Mu Circle was founded in 1925. Tapping ceremonies are held in chapel in the fall and spring quarters of each year. This year ODK resumed its sponsorship of Freshman Day, which included a convocation in the- morning, the annual Push-Ball 'game in the afternoon, atrld the Push-Ball Dance in the evening. The wholeday is one to be rememberedby freshmen throughout their college careers.. ' OFFICERS WALTER N KALAF REESE E GRIFFIN JOHN A GRIFFIN IVAN B1:NNE'1'r WILLIAM DEAN REESE GRIFFIN Dr W B Baker Mr F K Baskette D1 P E Bryan Dean L L Clegg L E Campbell M I-I Dewey T H English C B Gosnell John A Griflin J Sam Guy G Pray Jordan STUDENTS JOE HALL WILLIAM HOLT WALTER KALAF A J :KRAVTIN President Vice President Secretary JAMES MAOKAY JOHN WEBB JosEPH WILSON FACULTY L E Loemker Charles T Lester J G Lester Edwin T Martin T E McDonough R H McLean H P M1ller R B Nixon J B Peebles J H Purks Jr O R Quayle DeanE H Rece D1 Dr R C Rhodes D T Rowhngson Edward Shea W A Smart G G Smith J G Stipe W B Stubbs R F Whitaker G C White C M Woodward irki' '95 1914 Ei afslnfz Left to right Dean Grrilin Holt Ivzlfrf Mickay Wilson PHI BET Ii PP Thi Beta Kappa, organized in 1776, is the Oldest ,college 'Greek Letterv society. Election to membership means recognition of outstanding mental capacity well employed. p The Emory chapter is lcnown as the Gamma Chapter of the Phi Beta Society in the State of Georgia. There are three classes of members: CD Members in Course, C21 Alumni Members, QSQ Honorary Members. Election of students tO :membership is based upon scholarship, breadth of culture, and general promise. ' OFFICERS MALCOLM H. DEWEY . . . . President GEORGE T. LEWIS . . Vice-President W. A. STROZIER . . . . Secretary EVANGELINE. PAPEGEOEGE . . . Treasurer , MEMBERS JAMES N. ALLEN 'ANDREW DUBWOOD FOSTER, IR. GEORGE W. BAXTER, In. ROBERT E. LYLE JOHN ALDEN BEOWAED WILLIAM McKEE MADISON, IE. DAVIS CEIAMBLISS JACOB RICE WILLIAM DICKINSON CARY E. SULLIVAN FREDERICK WILLIAM DOWDA ' IOSEPH S. WILSON LUTHER G. FORTSON, In. EDWARDS C. WHATLEY I L I . .X .-: I . :AN-Vi f , - VA F E :Q E JE 'ITE . . ' -5 If - 'Ek W . ,S - ' . , uv. I' H ,. , A W 1 A v Top row: Allen, Baxter, Chambliss, Dickinson, Dowda. Bottom row: Fortson, Foster, Lyle, Bice, Wilson. LPH EPSILUN UPSILII Alpha Epsilon Upsilon is an honorary scholastic fraternity for junior college men in the College of Arts and Sciences and Business School who have maintained a high scholastic average. In addition to the required scholastic standing, the moral character of the student, and the general promise of the student to the World of scholarship and society enter as a basis of election. ' OFFICERS BILL HINE . - . . . .... President - ELLIS KEENER . . . , . . . Secretary and Treasurer MEMBERS ' DAVIS CHAMBLISS JACOB RICE WILLIAM DICKINSON BILL SCI-IATTEN LUTHER FORTSON CI-IENEY SIGMAN - DoN PITTARD JOHN WARD Bottom row Keener Rice Schatten Sigman Top row: Chambliss, Dickinson, Fortson, Hine. I : . 3 . 5 7 l ' ETA SIE A PSI Eta Sigma Psi, sophomore honor society, was organized on the Atlanta campus in the spring of 1928 by several members ofthe sophomore class. The society, first known as the Toreadors, adopted its present name in 1930, and in that year estab- lished chapters on the campus at Oxford and Valdosta. The founders expressed. the purpose ofthe organization as follows: "To create within the members ofthe freshman class an interest in extra-curricular activities which are of value to the University, to recognize character and leadership among members of the freshman class, an interest in extra-curricular activities which are of value to the Universityg' to recognize character and leadership among members of the freshman class, to be of service to the College or University by promoting, encouraging, and recognizing service, character, and leadership." OFFICERS DoN PITTABD . . . . President HAP BUTLER . V . Vice-President VJOSEPH BURNS . . . . . Secretary MEMBERS FRED BOLONKIN Q Bon SULLIVAN H. B. IoNEs , RUSSELL THOMAS Scorr REGISTER A E Bolonkin, Burns, I ones, Register, Sullivan, Thomas. O SIBM BELT EHI F1tzgerald Holt Peeples Sherman Sturgess NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL IOURNALISTIC FRATERNIT Y Emory Chapter Estabhshed 1941 Suzma Delta Chr 15 the nat1onal profess1ona1 1oLu'na11sm fratermty on the campus Emory s chapter now 1n 1ts thnrd year IS made up of the most promxsxng student youmahsts on the campus and a large number of outstandmg Atlanta yournahsts Sxgma Delta Chl strrves to make for closer contacts among the students the Journahsm faculty and Atlanta newspaper and radlo 1OU.1'Da11SfS One of the many SCIVICCS of the fratermty as the pubhcatlon of the Un1vers1ty Duectory Bonny FITZGERALD GRAHAM GROVE JOE HALL I BILL HOL1' 'CHESS ABERNATHY, IR. BRADFORD ANSLEY FLOYD K. BAsKE'1'rE ACTIVE MEMBERS ' Students ' W. O. MILLER A BILL PEEPLES, President ED SHERMAN BILL STURGESSV Faculty and Staff v BANDOLPH FORT JOHN A. GRIFFIN ,O RICHARD JOEL ' RAYMOND B. Nixon PI ALPHA W Bailey, Bynum, D. Dean, W. Dickinson, Lyle. Pi Alpha is the local honorary fraternity for chemical students at Emory. The. fraternity's 'aim is to ,recognize sincere effort in the Held of chemistry and to pro- mote greater fraternal spirit among the students of the Department of Chemistry. Outstanding among its many activities is the "open house in sciencev which it sponsors each spring. A OFFICERS ROBERT LYLE . . . . . . President DAN BYNUM . . . , Vice-President W1LL1AM D1cK1NsoN - . . . . Seqretarg and Treasurer MEMBERS A CARROLL BAILY TQM IoHNs'roN DAN BYNUM ROBERT LYLE DOUGLAS DEAN JOHN Woon W1:LL1AM,D1cKmsoN FACULTY MEMBERS DR. LEE BLITCH ' DE. CHARLES T. LESTER DE. R. A. DAY, IE. DE. OsBonNE R. QUAYLE DE. WrLLIAM H. JONES Alpha Omega Alpha IS the lughest honorary med1cal SOC16ty of Emory UDIVCF s1ty Memberslup IS based purely upon scholarshxp prov1ded that the canchdates moral qualliicahons are sahsfactory Its alms as stated by the constltutlon of the SOC16ty are the promotlon of scholarshlp and research 1n med1cal schools the encouragement of a lugh standard of character and conduct among med1cal students and graduates and the recogn1t1on of high attamment ln medxcal sclence 111 pract1ce and related fields Chapter meetnngs are devoted to the presentatwn and d1scuss1on of chmcal cases and sc1enuHc papers OFFICERS WILLOUGHBY LATHAM Preszrlent CARY SULLIVAN RALPH HUIE IVAN BENNETT LABBU BREGMAN P K D1xoN DAVID FUNL BYRON HARPER Vzce Preszdent Secretary and Treasurer MEMBERS HARVLY HOWELL CHARLES IENNINGS Elm Anus YVVHATLEY lor WILSON ILLIZABETH GAMBRFLL Funk, Howell, I. William Q l' U l I fl I . J I 'I I , . ' , ll ' - I I, l l a I ff V D I , 0 - l . .' . I f rm E V . ' 1 THE PHIJE IX BiLL Donn Editor BILL Donn . IOHN CRANE B1LL ALLEN . LEA RICHMIOND' FRANK AUSTIN RUTH FELDMAN Dxcx HILL , BILLAHEWE GEORGE KNIGHT NICK LEWIS .RAY MACALLISTEI1 THE E1VlIORY PHOENIX is a literary magazine with the purpose of providing an outlet for the literary of the students. THE PHOENIX ,V is being revived now for the first time in 1f6ur yearsg the spring edition will be the first of the revived editions. This magazine is published each quarter with poems, short stories, articles and essays. ATHE STAFF . . E . . . . Editor - Managing,Editor . Assistant Editor . L L . . . ' . Art Editor ASSOCIATE EDITORS I ALLEN McDoNoUcH ,MORTON-SANFORD REICHART ' CLYDE RYALS FRED SHEAEEP. . En SHERMAN ALBERT- SM111-1 NEW17 Tum: ' . . in fke Lani! Lrofkei-Looe! . . . 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 K1 11 1 ,?4 1 11 1 . 11 11-141- ' Aw: Lfnll 'L A7 ,A 'Jr 24 J' v. rs I 1. 4 sl, 1 A uw ,v ,s f. -1.1 zz 573' 71: 1 S.-w-v2VQ"' '- l ! ' Ja- .,,-as f WY wwf - W f f f -... -.-ff1:fff"""""--1.-..-, V ,. .'-'f.'- .-, ..g ' vt, Ci' . Ee. 3115 'S :' ." M4 EU .Ai "7 ,-,L--4,5 null J:-,vu .Nffr mf Liu'-. :ffl-. hifkciif. 4 ,:., '?G'2L':'.1-. ' W H .:-ff . :1"' "' :-""'. -1.5. .ff-'1ii74"' ' "'33'.-5-i""-"N . 'if' 11-f:. -2-, 1.11 ,Q , , -. '. .- JQ!"'- .' :hu 13 -.up .I - .' - . ' ry' . - ' -1 .. -.'- , 1, Q :aft I : '. ' A W ,. 0 b F 1 LPHA EPSILIII PI FRED BOLONKINL BOB BLUMIBERG BILL COHEN FRANK COHEN DAVE EDELSON - BOB GERSON IRWIN GOLDBERG BEN GREENBLATI GERALD :HOFFMAN RICHARD LAZARUS JERRY MENDEL BROTHERS DAVID PIHA - DONALD BEISMAN GERABD ROTHSCHILD ARTI-IUR SCHOENBERG JOE SI-IAFER MYER.SLOAN BERNARD SLAKOFF' JIMMY STERN SIDNEY STEIN SEYMOUR TINTER HAROLD WEIss - EPSILU EH PTEH K V 1. 75,37 fi., if Y, -, f m.l.:l,1'.,J ..7.-Y ,-J v-.-E+ Afnf--W V - -A -' - - - f.1 H 'E S25 ' w W H E E a mga: U 3 1- 1 is m , a nl - ki w or W. wp wi a Top mu, Bolonkm Blumberg B Cohen F Cohen Second row Edelson Gerson Green hlwtt Hoffman Thzrd row RSISIHATI Rothbchlld Schoenberg Shqfer Bottom row Sloan .Shkolf Tmter Wem , mm :hi B ss .. y. ' - . ' ' . . 4 1 .- - a : ' 1-' ' x s - ' . 'w . 1.' ' ' , .. , , . . . ., , 1 , , , K . . . ,, A- - . .. . J 5 s 1 -' LPHA TA BILL ALLEN ED BEASON . DONALD BENTLEY HECTOR BIRD FERNANDO BIASCOSI-IEA PAUL BYRON JIMMY BUSH BILL BYRD BUDDY CAROL BURKE CHILDS JACK COKER n JOHNNY CRANE FRANK DASHIELE JINI DICKSON TAET EDENFIELD WRIGHT GELLERSTEDT STUART HAW JIMMY HILL BILL I-IINE BROOK HOEY ARTHUR HOLBBOOK .HANSEL I-IOLLINGSWORTH GEORGE HOYT . DAVID JONES IQIMEI-i BROTHERS HUBERT KITOHENS STAN LANFORD RUSSELL LEONARD DAvm MATIHS RAY .MCCALLISTFR ALLEN MCDONOUCH RALPH MEEKSIA BILL MOORE GEORGE NEAL DON PTITARD X TOM PITTARD DAVIS REESE HENRY SHAVER FRED SHEARER ' ED SHERMAN JOE SIMMONS ALBERT SMITH STANCIL STARNES ALBERT TAMPSON NEWT TURK HARRISON WATSON DICK WEAVER CHARLES WILKINS JIM WILSON LPH THET EH PTEH r ,.,' - , , ff ,. -L., 3 K S V .Top row: Beason, Bentley, Biascoshea - - - Second row: Bird, Bush, Byrd, Carol, Coker - - - Third row: Haw, Hine, Hoey, Holbrook, Mathis- - -Bottom raw: Reese, Sherman, Smith, A Turk, Weaver. X - CHI PHI CLYDE ANNANDALE OTIS BENTON RANDOLPH BLYTHE EARNEST BRIM JACK BROOKS ROBERT BURNS FOSTER COHAN HAROLD COLE HLVBERT CROSBY ROBERT CUNNINOHAM JAMES DAILY BILL DANIEL OGDEN DOREMUS JOHN ELLIS BERT FOWLER BEN FOWLKES JACK FREE ROBERT FORBES JOE GOOD JANIES COULD GRAHANI GROVE CHARLES HARRIS ODELL HIASSEN BARRETT HOWELL FOY HOOD ' may ..V, 11,5 BROTHERS ROBERT INGRAM PYATT JAMISON ROBERT JENNINGS SUIEL JOHNSON BOB LANDERS ED LINDSEY ALONZO MCDONALD ' FONVILLE MOWHORTER BILL PEEPLES TOM PETERSON SANDERS PIKE LEA' RICHMOND CLYDE RYALS EMORY RYLANDEB ED SAVELL JOEL SAVELL BEN SHIPPEN DICKEY STEVENS ALLISON THORNWELL I IEE TULL ED WARD GEORGE WELCH CHARLEY WELLS KAY WIOKER li MM II PTEH Y.-,,J-LTL.. i TW is -Y --f-V -- V , -V----f-4+-A 5,1,,,,f, --- - - . . .Y ...,,.- 'g..i3'i.i'i'i 1-1 , , Top row: Benton, Brim, Brooks, Bums, Cohan - - - Second row: Crosby, Daily, Ellis, Fowler, F owllfes, Free - - - Third row: Forbes, Cood, Hiassen, Howell, Jamison, Iennings - - - Fourth row: johnson, Landers, Lindsay, McDonald, Peeples, Pcteyson. . . Fifth row: Pike, Ryals, Rylander, E. Savell, J. Savell, Shippen- - -Bottom row: Stevens, Thornwell, Tull, VVarCl, Welch, VVells, Witker. , DELTA TAU llEI.'I' CLAUDE ADAMS BILL DORR PIIILLIP DONEHOO BOB ENNIS A ' STANLEY GRIFFIN LUCIEN HARRIS ROBIN HARRIS DICK HILL ' RAY HULL GEORGE KNIGHT LANEY BROTHERS HARRY LEIGHLY ED LOVELL JOHN MCLELLAN BERT MYERS PHILLIP NEWTON JACK ODUM DAN PLUNKETI' OLIN POUND HAROLD PURCELL CHARLES REED JAMES RIDLEX BET EPSILII EH PTEH ni Top rou, Adams Dorr Donehoo Grlffin Second row L Harm R Harms H111 Hull Tlnrd row Kmght Laney Lexghly McLellan Bottom row Myers Newton Plun kett Rldley Odum .mi . , - M. '- . r ' B wx 1 ia ' '. 1 M B 5, '. ,, -Xi v ' A , pi ' , ,. W1 I 1 - - mln W: , 4 Q X 1! N - .. inrfs ,.--.j-T: .,,. '...-..,.5 1 N K 1 - " M. iw 5' '. 1 s , : , . . Wy ' , . 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Adams, Arden - - - Second row: Booth, Dickinson, Dortch, Dyrenforth, D. Foster - . - Third row: R. Foster, Hicks, Hoge, Hogan,'Hutchinson - - - Fourth row: John- son, Lewis, Marshall, Miller,'Murdock - - - Fifth row: Murphy, Murray, Pryor, Sellers, Smith , . . - Bottom row: Stringfellow, Thompson, Thrash, Watkins, Whatley. , . A 'PI IIAPPA ALPHA 131. :fn vlan , . . 33,5 vii I A ii REX ANDREWS FRANK BOWERS ROBERT CI-IASTAIN JOHN COOK ELMER ETLING JACK FLETCHER JOHN HALEEQ JIM HARRIS BILL HOGAN TOM LENNEP ALEX MAVEBO 115' BROTHERS DAVE MELTON JACK MHIAM LAMAR MOYE IVIORTON-SANFORD REICHART HAROLD ,RICE IULIAN RICE TOM SAWYER :DONALD WEANT VVILLIAM XVILSON TOM VERENAKIS B T PP IIH PTEH Wm www Aw vm W 4 1 k.e..L..L I' CI 7 -fx rt: 7" 1 :1""414l'n 11' 'im H E3iE?,, 'f is-ef-E L 'L air:-" 5 , lp-,AW Top vow Andrews, Bowers, Clmstam Sewncl row Cook, Fletcher, Haley, Hogan Tlurd row Lennep, Moye, RCICIIATL Rlce Bottom row Sawyer, Verenakls, Weant, 'W1Ison. if J wx Y :J 1 f J 4 I lv 4 1 ,Hr 4 I 1 4 naw a w w n 1 - iii., 'Wi' 'JQEQ-3,135-j':" I ' ::. I PE' E 1. , 'v UN NH' A' . JJ , ,. . A..., M, ,... ,. .,,. ,. ..,., .. 1.3 V L , W. .n 17, 1- ,. ' N - gn: -' ' -1--'.m:-:q:-.-.L-:.- ,- 1 1 -- ' n.-:...'1w f' 'ngw-..1.s-: . - Y., I-- X v- ,MW T ,, ,lm Nu ,, -.,-5" 19254-:lg '. ,. 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Top row: Baumhauer, Benton, Buttram, Brandy, Burns - Q - Second row: Camp, Clark, Elerbee, Hutchins, Keener- - - Third row: Leslie, Little, Mendosa, McGee, Morris. . .Fourth row: Register, Secord, Slmlfer, Stanton, Thomas - - - Bottom row: Van Houten, Welshel, Whipple, ' VVilkinson, Wright. 1 SIGMA LPH EPSILU DUELL BARNES ' J JESSE BELYEU ROBERT BOND CLAUDE BRADLEY EDWARD BRANAN BREWSER BROWN HENRY CARTER ROBERT CONVERSE RICHARD DOMINGOS CLAY DYKES, JAMES GOBEL A JAMES GODWIN JAIVIES HARRISON- CLIFF HATOHER YVILLIAM HERRING JACK HICKMAN JOHN JORDAN F ERD KAY BROTHERS GRADY KELLY GRAY LINDGREN BOBERT LOVWORN HAROLD MCCRARY CARL MILLER JACK MOORE ,- CHARLES MONTFORT TOMIMY MURPHY HENRY PERRY GEORGE 'PULLIAS SCOTT REYNOLDS JOHN BUDESAL HENRY SCHOCKLEY WILLIAM SHACKLEFORD ROBERT SOLOMON STACY STORY JAMES UNDERWOOD. LOU1s WOOD 1315011111 EPSILIQI EH PTEH Tqp row: Barnes, Belyeu, Bond, Bradley - - - Second rqw: Brdwn, Carter, Domingos, Hatcher - - Third row: Hgrring, Jordan, Kelly, McCrary - - - Bottom' row: Moqre, Montfort, Pullias, Shackleford. - , 4 SIGMA IIHI JACK AFFLECK ' TOM BURLEIGI-I MARSHALL BOUVIER FREEMAN CARY LEONARD CRAWLEY WALTER CBAWLEY IRVINC DEGARIS TOMMY DICKINSON JIIVI EMERT ELIVLER ELLINGTON BERT ERWIN IRA FERGUSON LUTHER FORTSON DREW FULLER CI-IRIS FRANCISCO MAC GREER ORUM HAMNER CHRIS HAMEE PAUL HARRIS EINIERY HERMAN SAM HEBRING GENE I'IICKS BILL HUDSON ' BOB I'IUDGENS - WALTER INGRAM BROTHERS I JULIAN JOHNSTON ROBERT KENDRICK WARREN LOFTIS JOHN LOUIS NICK LOUIS ' EDWARD MALLORY PETE MANOS HOLLAND NIANGUM ROYSTON MERRIIT JOHN MOBLEY GEORGE MOREL I'IOYT MCPHERSON ED OLIVER CLARENCE POLK ROGER SANTOR ROY SEWELL SAMUEL SCOTT JILNIMY SNIITH HENRY TAYLOR JOE WAS MARION WEEMS MAURICE WHITESIDE FRED WILLIAMS -JIM BUCK WOODS BET IIHI EH P11211 .fs X xx -91 ,rx 1 Top row: Affleck, Burleigh, Cary, DeGaris, Ellington- - -Second row: Erivin, Fergerson, Fortson, Fuller, Francisco, Greer, Hamner - - A Third row: Harris, Herman, Herring, Hudson, Hudgens, Ingram, Johnston - - - Fourth row: Kendricks, Loftis, I. Louis, N. Louis, Mallory, 'Manos, Mangum- . . Fifth row: Merritt, Mobley, Morel, McPherson, Oliver, Polk, Sewell - - - Bottom row: Scott, Smith, Taylor, Weems, Whiteside, VVilliams, Woods., SIGMA NU PAUL ALEXANDER STANLEY AUSTIN IIM BAmn GEORGE BROWN HAP BUTLER BOB CLEERE JOHN CRENSHAW J-IIN-I GAINEY CLIFF HAMES BROTHERS PORTER INGRAM GEORGE MCCRARY WESLEY MILLS CHARLES PARKS B. Y. PENNINGTON BEN RAMSEY IACK STANLEY ED SUBEB k LOUIS TOLBERT XI EH PT1211 Top: Brown, Gainey. -Bottom: Ramsey, Suberg T U EPSILII PHI Eu KAPLAN A ABE KAPLAN SIDNEY KAPLAN HARQSLD LEFKOFF ALAN L1PsEY HERINIAN LISCHKOFF BROTHERS IACK PRICE I BILLY, SCHATTEN SANFORD SCH2MERLiNG VICTOR SPBINGER S HAROLD V BONO EH PTEH ,J . . . . . , -- -1-3-W .-.--H 7-at -5 rr-: ., ,,,, in... g , , 1 g, Y,,., ,V , ,.,.....,.,Y. ,.,?,..gu.i....- , , L Ann KAPLAN EL1 KAPLAN' S1DNEY KAPLAN' LEFKQFF Lufszv Pmcs SCHATTEN Scamnnuuc SPRINGER VRONO LPHA Ii PP!-X TOM ANDERsON GEORGE BARROW LINTON BISHOP CECLL BUTT GUY CALK C. G. CAMPBELL FRED CAMPBELL BOE CATO FRANK DEISS BILL DOUGLAS BOE DUNN ELVIE EDDLEMIAN W1LL1AM FISHER JACK FLEMING DAVE FUNK JOE NGILBERT NEWTON CUFF-TN BUD HARRISON JOHN HEARD IACK,HIl.L . CHARLES HOLLIS BROTHERS LEROY HOLT ED HOOK JOHN HOPPE JOHN KELLY WILLOUGHEY LAT!-IEMZ JOHN LELAND FRANK LOVETTE WALTER LUSK LAMAR MAYS Ross MOBRYDE LARRY MCCELLA HOWARD MITCI-IELL AUBREY MOORE STAN POUER PAT ROCHE A ROZIER RICHARD SCI-IULTZ WREN SHUPE DEWITT STANFORD CHARLES TODD Ii- PP u LPHI-X TI-X EH PTEH -.L l 4 nk-H' 'Law ik N ,. ,J H: . '. wr' ,'I:::I:':Il V I . - .v ,. .:. I,x,.V. NN, .. -iw. 1- . .rg - . 5.A.,i,,,,.V, , fig, Top row: Andarson, Bxshop, Butt Second row Calk Campbell, Cato, Dunn, Eddleman - - - Third row F lemmg, F unk, Guffin, Harnson, Heard Fourth row H111 Holhs Hook, 1' '53, ' -?1'5,ffV1FQQfr PHI IIHI JAMES ADAMS NORMAN ALLEN VVADDELL BARNES ZERNEY BARNES FORREST BEAM IVAN BENNETT BARTOW BLOODWORTH CARROL BOURE LOUIS BRADY ALDEN BROWARD FRANK BRYAN LESLIE BUCHANAN E. C. BURNS , JACK BYRD . IAMES CABE ROBERT COFFEE XVILLIAM DEAN . SAM DENHAM ED DENNIS ANDREW DOWNEY WILLIAM DOWDA BROTHERS HARVEY EsTEs EDWARD FARBAR HENRY FINCH LESTER FORBES AUSTIN FORTNEY W GRAY FOUNTAIN IOE GIRARDEAU KENNETH HARRIS WILLIAM HARTIAEY IOHN HAYES ARMAND HENDEE EUGENE I-IOWE HOBART HORTMAN JAMES HUGHES RALPH HUIE IVAN HUMPHRIES FLEMING IOLLEY THOMAS IOHNSON JACK LANDILAM CARL LINEBACK GRADY LONGINO WILLIAM MADISON RICHARD MALONEY JASON MEADOBS JIMMY NIENDEL JOHN MONORIEF LEE MILFORD BRUCE, N EWSOMF WILLIAM ORR LUTHER PARARO HARRIS PIERCE SAMUEL POOLE GREY RAWLS ROGER REYNOLDS WILLIAM RENTZ CLYDE RIGHTS JULES RUCKER TOM SHARP ' HAROLD SANDERS ROBERT SHINALL ROBERT SOLOMIKN SIB I-l EH PTEH X f -V it -ff---,v ,----,.....T-.-... .Mfg -,.:...., Y , - - --k - -' ' 1 iv W w S -1 , e T 3, ,lisa L, .j rvlslxi' , . lc.,-4 I '-,-3531, A' Y -. 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L" 1 ', Q -1' .. ..,,.,,,,,.., THETA Ii PPA ERNEST AEERNATHY FRANCIS ADATVIS DALE ALLEN MARVIN ALLEN EARL ANTELL ARTHUR ASTERS WVILLIAM BARI-'IELD T. E. BENDECK WARREN BRUNE CORDAN BROWN LUTHER CLEMENTS EUGENE DARBY DENBY DAVENPORT BYRON DAVIS WALTER DUNEAR FRED DORMAN PIERCE K. DIXON ALFREDH- EIDE CLARENCE FARRAR LOUIS FELDER CLAUDE FOWLER MARRY GABNER, DEWEY GILLESPIE HUGH GOODWIN DAVID GRAYBILL BROTHERS LOUIS HAIOURI PAUL HENDRIX KERRISON IUNIIJER RICHARD KAFKA CONRAD KINARD VVILLIAM KIBKLEY EBOUDE LEAVEL THOMAS LUMSDEN JAMES MANNING THAD MATHENY GENE MCCARTNEY CARTER MEADOWS FRANK MORGAN HAMH. MURRAY WILLIAM NIOOBE ARTHUR MOSELEY PHOTIS NICHOLS EDWARD O,DELL KILLOUGH PATRICK THOMAS BITCH MITCPIELL SHASHY EUGENE SIMS A ' HENRY STOFMAN JULLAN SUI-IRER HHH IIH PTEH an A 1111 11 Q B m musk gm 4 -11 ws 'iw w 1 1 N255 'gn V 52111 11111 1111 11 1 11 11 11 1 M 11.111 H5111 E 11 1 11 ,usd ws s 11111 111 11 1111 1111 1111 1111 111 ms 11 1111 11 1111 11 11 S1 11 11 QH11 1111 become? row F'ar1.n, F owlex, Grayblll I-Iendrlx, Iuuard Tlmd mw Leavol, Lumsden, M lthcny Meadowk Morne Bottom mw Moseley , N1CllOlb, Patrick, Buch, 5ha,hv T ap 7010 Admms, Bendeck Dunbar, Elde V , 11 1. V ,11" I ' B :a ' A' ,azz , 11 - : , 1 s F . , - H ' ,.,' ' V ' 11 1 . ' 1 1 ,111 .1 5' 1 1 1 W . 1.1 . 1. K, S - E ' 1 1 1 111 N11 Q 1 1a 51. as 11 wgzsiun. ' 'H K 111 11 11 - t, 1- .gms-is 1 1 -1:5-I-, ' ' 14111, 1 , 1 v , . ' :W fl 1 111 A 111- ,' 3 - ' 15: :L -81488 Q , 11 ' V-fs 1 11 W 'fly . sign, ' :.- 1 11 '- ' ' ..'15 .1 j 'eq' H 1m' ' -. 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A , V , r- . . . . . .. . , . . . . . . - . . , , ,, . . . .1 f V . . . , . . 5 V X HI BELT PHI LEONARD FABIAN ORVILLE HARRINGTO LINTON JOLLY NICK ' LONG HOLLAND MANGUAI FEASTER NORWOOD CARL OLIVER THOLIAS SAWYER GEORGE SMOAK SAB! THOISIPSON T E N MEMBERS JOHN BELL ROBERT BRINSON ' CLAUDE CALDWELL LEONARD FABIAN CHARLES GRIFFIN ORVILLE HARRINGTON LINTON JOLLY EUGENE KEY NICK LONG HOLLAND MANCUM RICEY NEW FEASTER NORWOOD CARL OLIVER TI-IONIAS SAWYER GEORGE SMOAK SAM THONIPSON Faculty Adviser DR. PAUL E. BRYAN . .fb Lea,-f, fb pdge, r4?fLm of 6,4 lt! l .grab ,qtlwletb wma ng swam wma Mb' x un U4 4 'Q 0 H -' .ja MR. A. MCDONOUGH Athletic Director I I n l 5 MR. B. COOPER Coach ATHLETICS run ALL, STATEMENT OF POLICY ON ATHLETICS AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION AT EMORY UNIVERSITY Ernory University regards athletics as an integral part of a well-ordered program - of physical education. In conformity with this view, the widest possible partici- pation in athletics on the part of individual students is encouragedg expert training I and coaching 'are made available,'equipment and supplies are furnished, and games and contests on the campus are promoted under careful supervision. The University will continue to sponsor,and encourage intercollegiate .competi- tion in those sports which contribute to the development of health and physical., MR. H. A. Sl-IEA Assistant Athletic Director " mn B it . w a is a B B . ...Y A . B. woons A Student Coach fitness and which have a definite and proven "early overi' value in the .sense that they can 'be Continued in adult life. Such intercollegiate sports will notbe allowed to interfere withthe academic program of the University, and participants will be requiredpto- conform to prescribed physical and academic standards. Responsi- bility for the initiation, approval and supervision of arrangements for intercol- legiate contests is delegated to the Director' of Physical Educationilnder such regulations as may be recommended by the University Committee on Athletics and approved by the President. , ' . Participation in those competitive sports which require elaborate and expensive facilities for public entertainment is not in accord with the educational purposes of the University. Competition in football, baseball, and basketball will, -there- fore, be limited to intramural Contests. . V . ' p i p a sa a nm kv B ss Q ms ss mm ss B B B sg, Hmmm Sf: Q ' sz 'L ss 59 ss w sm . fi, , ss B , rf 11 . . . .. . - H . . . . .MIA nl 1"'vB m Nm. ass 5. W mm Q mai fs: 1 E ,- H , 4.5 E H, , ... .. E, a as a an W E 3 Q ms N M B Q Q , ' - ms f B nfs , B 'Wa fr n ' a 4-!5 E E .wwf . ,. .- B .- E wi! .. U! mg ummm -' if' B B E B. .ww 1 W f if? Mfg iq: . . . . .2 H3523 E ss V sg I . .- vi Q9 ss s mn s mam a 1 H1 L .34 .. 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' ,f Q fc, A , V? 5 .. , , Q - -sw an mm QB- an N . J, .sf ,F K I ss . . E E W H 5.588 4 K u 1-1, V 9' -if ,au 1 E -all' W , -vw. 1... E sw H EE mm 'ww " 58 '88 , .H Q., 35535 as . Z ass- ' ss H ,lj ages.. K B - ads? s was ASE pwm- .H B f'Hfs . 3 K N . M M H H I J 1.96 B B ms, . , ,sa psy? ,Emi 1 KL, I if-3 ,' ' -U.: fm-f 1-'fs V.-' r Q, ,.,g..,.g 1-if 3 f , in fx m ,,?,,.v:g, 5 .,.. ,1m, Q . -as Wa.. . . .-, W wh . 5 , ,. J: E REE B RY 5-,W B H -V H 2 - , H H . JE.,-fig we E H ., . N, . 5 Vx ' A fi A3181 Q Q k e g 1 -5-: .f-. H I 'Ib'-.J wr U 35:54. ,--jwgp-1 E -'- nf' E, R- -S-.SW 3 71,--,111-.., 14,1 mf- -.-11 , , .1 1 Nl' F. ' 'N W' 1 . I 5 , LQ ' m 1 , Bw 4 V, ,H S. E u J KENDRICK PIIIQITBI-lLI. The 1945 touch football season ended with a powerful A E Pi team breezing through all Blue League competition, winning the campus championship by de- feating Chi Phi, Gold League champs, in the playoff series two straight games by the score of 18 to 7 each time. Action was hottest in the Gold loop ' With' the regular season ending in a three-way, tie be- tween Chi Phi, A T Onand Sigma Chi. ,An exciting round-tobin playoff failed togprove anything, again ending in a three-way knot, but Chi Phi was given the loop crown on a points scored basis. g LANFOBD Tunic , HAMFF PUIITB LI. RYLANDER Sparked by big Stan Weinkle, one of the iinest all-round ath- letes ever to attend Emory, A E Pi rolled up high scores in easily defeating all its Blue League op- position, but had to come from behind 1n true Frank Merriwell fashion both times to defeat ver- satile Chi Phi for the campus' title. All-Emory, honors went to Stan Weiiikle of A E Pig Emory Rylander and Ed Ward of Chi Phig Stan Landord and Newt Turk at A T Og Gordon Brantley of Phi Delta Thetag and Chris Hamlf and Bob Kendrick of Sigma Chi. BRANTI-EY WEINKLE WARD B SHETBC LI, Emory's interclass basketball league'-of 1945-proved' to be one of- the most interesting in years. Six hard-fighting lives, representing Freshmen, Sophomores, junior-Seniors, Meds, Lawyers, and Theof logs iinished a red-hot season in athree-way deadlock of the Frosh, the Upper Division' men, and the Medicsp ' A N , Chief features of the season was a sensational Freshman squad that racked up the highest score in Emory's hardwood history by defeating the Theologs 106 to 23. The Meds displayed a flashyoffen- sive, sparked by dynamic Bruce Newsome. and gangling Bob Soloman, while the junior-Seniors, led by Chris Hamff and Bob Cleere, were strong all the way round, particularly adept at fancy ball- handling and floorvvork .--, Theologs played off and on ball, sometimes brilliant, sometimes poor, with the game but outclassed Lawyers and Sophs rounding out the leaguef L I In the fraternity leagues,lS A E defeated Sigma Chi,25 to 23 in a thrilling overtime battle to annex the Gold Loop crown. A E Pi took the Blue League title, being extended only by a stubborn E ,N O quintet 'over whom it managed to eke out aj30 to 28 ,decision As in football, big Stan Weinkle was again the big gun, getting ableiassistance, however, from Sidney Stein and "Pickles" Finkle. Seasorfs scoring honors went to Norbert Suber of E N .O, Soloman of S A' E, Hammer and Kendrick , of Sigma Chi, Weinkle of XA E Pi and Green of E -N O. I, V 'A A SWIMMIN Soon after the announcement by the University administration that the Board of Tuistees had approved a policy permitting intercollegiate competition in cerf tain sports, the swimming team was formed under the direction of Coach Ed Shea. A However, because of the uncertain draft status of various members, the team functioned on an informal basis until it became certain it would remain intact for any meets that might be scheduled. Team members allied themselves with the Atlanta Swimming Association meanwhile and competed against such formidl able opposition' as the University of North Carolina and Duke University. They finished third in the Carolina A. A. U. championships, and swam in the South- eastern A. A. U.'Championships. ' A A is SWIMMING After this valuable experience, the team officially established itself as the Emory University intercollegiate swimming team, the first such athletic group under the new policy. Because of the scarcity of organized intercollegiate teams inlthe South at this time, the group participated only in various A. A. U. meets. jim Ridley, freshman from Atlanta's Boys' High, was elected captain of the squad, which consisted of Harold Rice, jack Coker, Bobby Forbes, George Dun- bar, Garland' Head, Dan Plunket, Taft Edenield, Francis Biascoechea, Stuart Haw, Julian Whately and Walter Rutland. Noteworthy performances during the season were registered by Captain jim Ridley, who Hnished third in the National A. A. U. 220'yard breaststroke, Stu Haw, who linished third in the Southeastern Senior A. A. U. 220 yard and 440 yard freestyle and turned in the best'performance of the season, George Dunbar, who was' apconsistent point scorer in the fancy diving events, Bobby Forbes, sprinter, julian Whately and Walter Rutland in the backstroke and Sprints reg spectively. Qi . Aii' l RIDLEY, Captain' - UHSES' ATHLETICS ' EFfT:i'3--M3--4-:-iivwgngvfr :nj- n-.: g-, -54-v ug: g 5 --QE-+5 -Yr zxgflih' fi: ivwgggvg- 1. -:T 'aff 7 E I . fke reafizafion 0 97 K many a clream. Q V 1 1 F 1 1 5 i N um Y 1 '-1" ' " , ,QA " '-Zu' ' '21 .un . - . F' 611232:- 11,-,.,.. . . Q-gf. 5 'UMM- . 'J 'J'. 'l- . -1 UP- 55' ..-ti 4. -W.-' al' .-1'5"'.iE' 'lim "- glial: . --.I 4 ' v? '-Lzgiw, , mag, ff'-Ig ' n NA QW fb Z' I- 3 ll 3 l ll. Il Q ll i ll E 2-...14.:: T ll 1 ll, ll 3 ll RICH MEMORIAL BUILDING OF THE SCHOOL OF V....,.,h. fl Ili? i ' Fld ,.i15 1 ll ii ll ,.....,,, .Q L , W 2 Ili? :.-... , -1- . V. g ll- ., llg ug ll? LII 'Z' -A -mrfr' ...q ...W ADMINISTRATION, EMORY UNIVERSITY ' ,mg ll,, V gf-ff+f!'Ff, ' l 1 . he . WW' we .wr o PV I HOS'pm ' . frstw new ,mlgfli the 'ww E . S 00' i i as ' befell' X 'moflf I we Cots 'VVith the end of the war, Emory finds itself at the beginning of a new period in its life and service. Emory faces an era of new development and growth. This does not mean merely physical expansion. It' means the improvement in the quality of work and service done, the building upward rather than outward, on foundations already laid, a university structure in which the search for truth and the spirit of creative scholarship are fostered and flourishg it means the promotion of the spiritual and intellectual as well as the economic and social welfare and progress of the Southland and thus of mankind. i Emory will continue to strive toward the ideal that all its graduates shall be men who have been introduced to the cultural andspiritual heritage of the race, who know how to use their minds, wlfo have developed standards of taste and judgment, and who have had nurtured in them ideals of respon- sibility and service. V During the next Hve to ten years, the campus will see the beginning and the completion of many new buildings: a gymnasium, an administration building, a student activities building, the Rich Memorial Building of the School of Business Administration, a new library wing, and added dormi- tory accommodations. 'A As Emory looks ahead, it places its faith in human possibilities. This faith rests upon faith in Cod and His purposes for man and His world. I As we look ahead we not only see an alma mater grown and enlarged, but we see our own purposes to which we have dedicated ourselves. We see a path we have chosen to follow. We see its limita- tions and its possibilities. This path we intend to follow with Christian endeavor, with Love and Truth. Behind us we shall see our heritage, and we shall realize the place that Emory had and will always have in our lives. For it we shall ever be grateful, as we shall be for the friendships we made, for the words we learned, and for the memory of great men we came to know and to love. ' In the preceding I have used freely from Dr. Goodrich C. White's report tothe Board of Trustees of December 1, 1944. I have done so with his permission. I feel that it is appropriate because what- ever Emor 's future is to be, no one will be responsible to so great an extent as he through his tireless .efforts andy persistent labors., P ' A A THE Enrrorx mbfw' 0L15mqf We The growing interest in the future of Emory can be evidenced by the plans and projects for the post-war school. Of these plans there aer many visible aspects on the campus now. The enrollment in the College of Arts and Sciences is now the largest that the University has known -in its history. Of this enrollment a very large percentage is composed ot veterans. The returning veterans are a part of the plans for the greater Emory. They have returned with the intention 'of getting the most out of their college life. . . With such an increased enrollment' the housing facilities are too few on the campus. The dormitories and fraternity houses have been filled beyond their normal capacities But this problem of housing has been partially relieved by the placing of trailers on the campus for use by married students and their Wives. There are approximately one hundred and twenty-tive such trailers on the cam- pus. There are plans now for more dormitories to be built on the campus as soon as conditions will permit. ' All of these plans and improvements are part of the ideal for the greater Emory of spirit and culture. P - Y J i 4, . 5 J -1.4 J' vi F' in 1 ' I , ,,- - v f , . ,, -.. -. .-. ,1-.1 :fn-T31-.,A,l 1,-,v my xxx fi' . -'kg -,J-f" ' ' J" ,. ,- f 4 E -fg nav -Q., , ..'.. "4 ,www M rw A . 1?"ys . ..,:' L up -.,-1 , W gg, ,yfn I., ,W f'-i-Aff-..- i 4+ 411 ,M ,,1,,,,-T. 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Wig E L Q H f-W A 7- - FL xx B nl 'imj mga- yr ' 7 a 5 a v..,, V ' ' gf, ' V V w The ed1tors ale so1ry that the School of Bus1ness Adm1n1st1at1on was not able to be mcluded ln the 1946 CAMPUS At the t1me We Went to DIGSS, It was stxll bemg o1gan1zed Along Wlth the entne school, we do hovvevel, Welcome 1tS dean, George S C1aft ,, 7 -"' E32-:la-E"""F"vse'3f"' 'S-'-5'-R',,i.H J, -.Lfq-,Afpvx ynf- an -wg .N va- 1 3:51455 w-:fy .ofa M 'Q-ll -'1-P" :.i'si"""L 'r N 59 'Pak' 1 ' xJ .- ui-,.g.4:f.-,.1.-44gf,w-.:"!i-.fQ.:-f,,-,, .,.-f-f:::gf.f,9y'w-1:-', 4.-f ,g-.f V55-5.-lg ,, ,mfmd 'Q ,gb H- f,g,,'--f- 5'-f is r 1 3 'ff Mfwf Q -f'N '-im' gswkf' 5,135-,4?,,A 5 Hanky, fgg- 3,535+ , l FEZQQW 1 D A O . I . , ..f . . .. - -.-- , .--.- -,,-. . - - .HY --:- as -0 ---uw '-- -. , '-- 1- -- , - -.--5.--l v - N - ...Q ' -' -,'- .. f ' - . .. ,, K, , ., I., ,. 4 G: .fd "A I . . - --" - . -er-. - z--.G . . , , . :v L - . . 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Look to Concord Radio for your record requirements. We have a larger stock than ever before, together with an efficient helpful sales force, who can afford you the personal attention you are accustomed to. CONCORD RADIO CORP. LAFAYETTE RADIO CORPORATION 265 Peachtree St., N. E. Atlanta, Ca. GENERAL SPECIALTY CO. Manufacturers and Distributors Banners, Pennants, Flags, Felt Novelties, Plain and Fancy Embroidery, Chenille and Felt Letters and Emblems, Celluloid Buttons and Badges, Gold and Silver Embossing, Unusual Gifts. COSTUMES FOR RENT FOR BALLS 72 Broad St., N. W. 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