Emory University - Campus Yearbook (Atlanta, GA)

 - Class of 1955

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qs NJ. . A . L L i W , gli 5 . V. ' 3 may wg exif ii, - 1 -QQ. x Y . 4,7 A r l' 1 ' ...- . ,I X' A , ., F-'J , " ' FSB! l f - " , -Q, M' 5-' W . 1 I' 0 Q Jim: ' Y F .W A f ' ' . . Q ' - -fr f " it-sh 1 , if Q dr. v .:' - V1 V- , I ' bi N 5- . .,. 'T f , 'IHS ' 'x'- " , , . ,. ,,.. I u,,z 4 'us w "e,-x. ., , "ff 1..1.., 5, M' ' NU TEH". - A., 1 1' . h A 1 ' - f ' -fc. 'V J. ,-.V r. 65:55, 1 ax, f. -,E af 'V u- -. X, Hn: H ., W x . . 1 5-1, ,A-, I 'Fam "W -Lv mai. '51 ,er ,- , wi! ' 'TL H :WMA - t "'f'-Tl A V 79" . '1' fr?-. V+" sA fFf.f'W!,A-M. 'f'J5'-'5"f fu 1 , 15 ss 1. 5 ,. ., Q -1 ra. MZ "W-cz cf" 51 .94 11- F we J. ,. J., F.. " Q' -fic .if A, .A -- 4' W3. "By J- " w, ,V a Q 1 1, iw. 1-A "Aw-f ,i, 'Hamm qs emory university olume 53 Mministruiion Building Means and longsireet Dormitories DEDICATION DR. H. PRENTICE MILLER DEAN OF LOWER DIVISION K . For His Untiring Efforts and Faithful Service to the Students and to Emory University. IN MEMORIAM OSBORNE R. QUAYLE ' 1898 - 1954 To Live In The Hearts We Leave Behind Is Not To Die 6 Con ten tA DMINISTRATION . . . Page 25 LASSES ..... .7 . 129 USINESS CHOOL . . . 65 UBLICATICNS . . . . 75 ONCDRS .... 7 ...... . . 83 RGANIZATIONS AND CTIVITIES . . . 91 ELIGICUS IFE ....... . 109 EATURES . . . . 117 EAUTIES . . . . . . . . 137 CMEN'S CCIAL LUBS . . . 145 RATERNITIES. . . . . , 155 uumv . . . 185 THLETICS .g.. . . 195 RADUATE CHCDOLS . . 215 DVERTISEMENTS . . . 289 Ulf? 31' Wx . :.,.' ' .if-.H 'JH-' :N X 'MQ3 .fpji fH?f fa:-.f, , E ., J lf' iaiww , 1?","i '. E1 e' if iffl if. 'V .,' . M-337. g ., s wif Qi. 1 :J AL fl ' - '?,"'r 1 54:9 qw, f6MU5 E Le-G15 '- wg if Eff-3' ,": J. -7' 'LL' 5 ffl! ef' 1'-"5 1 5 ax- 1 Je-mf 1v5V'U nnlrq. . H137 ,,'.f'v ', ' l ' . 'H 41 5'-figs.. if ,A .. r-3:2 Q54 f FEEL, ? ' "JL PM '-- 'Q1-fl if 4154? . A.: K I uf ,slant . .,s.l...K,. 5 'z 'ali AY:--r, ?mqgy ' 1:2 " 'A u gl. 53231. HMHHJ 1 ' fsfyfifm . lfgvva Ez- 1 W? ' .'1. K 'A L 35? . ZMJYX f'2::F'-an Jfitziis' - f' RENT' - 'f31:A,51'53- Jil I JT .--J' .-3-1 1.1. ,,,, ,.3'g1,L 15 ' Y .1 .?',:-yr . Af- .fL.4.x W, 1,1 A O : 1 Q JACK HOROWITZ, EDITOR O SETH KNIGHT, BUSINESS MANAGER 1 . Q - CAMPUS C P. O. BOX 279 O EMORY UNIVERSITY, GEORGIA 1 O QIIIOOOIOOIIOCOO Q N Dear Students, I am indeed glad that the 1955 CAMPUS is at last in your hands. I hope that it is a representative picture story of the past year's activities at Emory. But even more do I hope that this book will always help you recall your memorable college days. Publishing a yearbook on time is a gigantic job - of a capable staff. a job which can only be done with the aid It is because of the help and cooperation of this year's on time. Credit staff that the book was able to come out should also go to Bart Perry and his photography staff. With , very few exceptions, all of the pictures in this book have been taken by Bart. The job that he has done for the CAMPUS has been most outstanding. Thanks must also go to our advisors, Reverend James 5 M. Wall, Dean E. H. Rece and Mr. Walt Davis for their help- 1 ful and timely words of advice. To the members of the Class of 1955, may you keep this book not only as a picture record, but as a memoir and part of the vast and growing spirit of our Alma Mater. To Emory we are grateful for four wonderful and inspiring years - to Her we shall always be indebted, mf 'r:,,.- A ,gjqff Sincerely, 1 as '1l"iH"'f l itifzly 5 1 ?gg:.gg '01 I .ifftuw . .a . I rug: Jack M. Horowitz , f ,.,TlSf,Q2.f Ed i 'Q or I 11221 lx' N s p- Ng' ' g fifiligz hh. '-gh? Gs? J. T5 I T- 4 r . N731 W ' '. iwlx , ,. ' Hr ' X k uifqh V -ami! 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M 1.':,'..,--kk, , , ,rf 12, Q ww e"" 5-wk S' K Coeds and nursing s1'uden+s share Harris Hall, recenily enlarged and remod- eled 'l'o provide aHrac+ive, convenieni' living space for all women s+uden'l's. A PLACE To LIVE Men also have profired from consirucfion. This room is in Alabama Hall. 10 GOING UP! For more lhan a decade, cons+ruc+ion on +l'1e campus has ex l ceedecl flle rale of a major building a year. This is a dormllory slxelelon The pine-slxaclecl porch connecling newly conslrucled Means and Longslreel' Halls already is a popular meeling place for sfuclenls. Learning 'ro ferre+ ou+ 'lhe informalion necessary +o back up-or refuie--an opinion is one of +l1e marks of an eclucafecl man. TA The Learning Team of 'lwo physics s+uclen+s uses spec'l'rome+er in an experimeni' involving +l1e composifion of maH'er. Some smile, some scribble, one nods as professor shuffles no1'es cluring class leclure. 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Sigma Chi was the victor W Qi' Q.."' ..- it-v-Tv' ,pw , gf" A my f.w.2f,,.as-14 'I' xv fimgggwqw A P w qv Q ,QQ X A v X 5 A, 2 -6,7 akfrfq - A Q-Wo,-,'-,:,J5?:,.f' p97352f2I,.ll-Q'f'ifff 4 E: fl.. 4:1 W yJf . I '1- 4 ?12Ce,ap,4 'K fi wg f k 1" f- Q-W5 . '5:'+f:Ea:-. ' I Y A- 7i:I,.,., "YY 'I I x 911. Za., W fe 'if I? Ziff Q 1 .kv , "1 ' If ., ,,1V2,1 ..-, . Q, Q . -,ik ef: ,. fx., .. ,,, ,?,,rl 2552213 ' f A 0 xgjell' .. . I, , ,...M:- . x vow. OLlI'S Buying books is easy some+imes, bu+ lines are long as new quar+er begins. Resulls aren'l' always +l1is good, bui pos'r office draws a crowd every day. Though frosh and soplxs are supposed 'lo be +l1e con'l'esl'an+s, +he pushball usually manages fo come oui' on lop. Daling couple decide +0 invesl' some Hme a'r a clown+own +hea+er. Name 'lags help new sfuclenfs gel' acquainfed al' fra'l'erni'l'y rush par+y. Dooley's Frolics brings Roman arena +0 lawn on frafernify row. High poini' of Dooley's Frolics is +he formal dance winding up 'Phe weekend. SOCIAL LIFE while 'io say "good nighi' , . .- '., I 1 ' ' . P ' 5' . 4 w ' ' Q rv .A - ,' s U 4 - e 5 9 , ,V , Q I 4 , , ' . , 6 "f 1 R . at QQ? ' Q Q. 4 ., 4 'su ' . V. g Q ,v- if .3 ..'. ' , f . .wg . 'kj J -'S ' H. '. dc Q ' ' -' . ' ' fi 2 f3i:,.25' - .41 1 sb '37 . ' 5. -. 9 7 . . gy - -"' - . Q , f x- . 'D ,Q tl " - . 4 V. X Qu I' ' ,,,, 1 If " ' . 596' u , W W . A ff Q L 4 - H. w. f ' K A pf f , wg? 5, I ga' 0 W. . 4 U s ' 44, . ,Q Q X ,Q I 4 X15 is " M X pu 'A 'A 'P' iif w - , . , . 'vagal 5 - Q ' V is f . 1., 66 . : 1 A Ask KW x ,Q Q. ,Q 1 A ff? NA' fx 1 1-.,.,f34.5,, , f. ww ' - .. , ,, x V new-fx wp wwf: -.fzf5f.qv,,a,f, .V 3f',yz:,Q:fs- . wfmg-.-,:m.nk. , ' - V UWPVIUW at Q, 6. 'X " 3 'w- 1 Q, I 31" 1,8 , U if V W administration J . ', ,iff ' I DR. GOODRICH C. WHITE Presidenf of Emory Universify ADMINISTRATION ,ai DR. IGNATIUS W. BROCK Regisfrar and Assis+an'I' 'Io 'Ihe VPresicIen'I' MR. BOISFEUILLET JONES DR. ERNEST C. COLWELL Vice-presIden+ of +I1e UnIversi+y and 26 Vice-presidenf of Ihe UniversII'y AcIminisI'ra+or of HeaII'I1 Services. A ...rf 'ie Rv,- XA x Lx DR. JUDSON C. WARD Dean of 'ihe College MR. ELLIS H RECE Dean of Siudenis MISS NINA RUSK Dean of Women f- XJ Xi, F45-f .I .-.f DR. H. PRENTICE MILLER Dean of i-Owe' Division MR. L. LAMAR CLEGG MR. GEORGE H. MEW Direc+or of Admissions Treasurer and Comiroller MR. CHARLES O. EMMERICH 27 MR. ROBERT C- MIZEU- Business Manager Direc+or -of Developmeni' and Finance x -,.-ki' ADMINISTRATION .. .nl -f REV. SAM L. LAIRD Direcior of ReIigious Life MR CHARLES N WATSON Direc'Ior of SI'ucIenI' Aid and PIacemen'I' MR. GUY R. LYLE Direc'I'or of Libraries ' , , 1. ..-V .gg , f I I 0 II I I I I . U . I MR. WALTER R. DAVIS MR. BRADFORD D. ANSLEY MR. RANDOLPH L. FORT I Alumni Direc+or Public Informaiion Direcfor Publicafion Direc'Ior I I MR. ORIE E. MYERS MR. CHARLES W. HAYES Direc+or of Personnel Direcfor of Purchases x F I A .,,. . ... :f1:l:Q::Q MR. SCOTT HOUSTON DR. WILEY ROY MASON Direcfor of Housing Direc'Ior of SI'uden+ HeaI+I1 I v 9 '14 'O 'I E tic 'ofa M I - S 4' I I 5 classes arts and sciences 1.5, " W III senior class WOODY A. ADAMS, Thomasville, Georgia: Sociology: Alpha Tall Omega: Emory Christian Associationg E Clubg Intramural Football: Track. RONNIE REMON ALLEGOOD, Moultrie, Georgia: History. IOHN R. ARNOLD, Winter Garden, Florida: General Science: Sigma Nu: Glee Club. Marvin Barkin, Ediior, The Phoenix: ODK, DVS. From lefi' io righr: Mary Brooke, Presidenh John Goff, Treasurer: Susan Ann McKenzie, Secre'I'ary: Harold Asher, Vice-presideni. 0 HAROLD ASHER, Atlanta, Georgia: Biology: Alpha Epsilon Pig Alpha Epsilon Upsilong Alpha Phi Omegag Phi Sigma: Hillel. IAMES W. AYCOCK, IR., Decatur, Georgia: Geology: Sigma Chi: Secretary: Geology Club: Vice-President: Arnold Air Socity: Rifle Team Captain: E Clubg Glee Club. MARVIN E. BARKIN, Winterhaven, Florida: Tau Epsilon Phi: Chan cellor, Vice-Chancellor: Eta Sigma Psi: DVS: Omicron Delta Kappa Pi Sigma Alpha: Hillelg lnterfraternity Council: Vice-President: Bark ley Forum: Business Manager: Most Valuable Award, 1954: Phoenix Editor, Managing Editor, Office Manager. i Adams Allegood Al'f10ld Asher Aycoclc Bafkin S 6 I"I t , fa. '. fl. . x . ...- ,W C .N WW ia.. W ' 'Vi '. f ,. ' -,.i, ' I A na- ' o .4 r- 'Q if N - , 1- we Q32 , . - 1... ...., IV? I Iii: .. A- . X - X ' '-'-" dxf' . f S ' i. 331, lj, , ' . ,.,. f' .SWS "S :N f' Bennett Bevan, C. Bevan, J. Bi er 99 Blocl: Bowman Bradley Brice 0 GARLAND P. BENNETT, Atlanta, Georgia: Pre-Med: Sigma Nu: Marshall, Social Chairman. CHARLES KEITH BEVAN, Blue Ridge, Georgia: General Science. JOSEPH T. BEVAN, NVilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania: Psychology: Beta Theta Pi: President: DVS: Omicron Delta Kappa: Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil: Vice-President: Chairman Chapel Program Committee: Chairman Student Activities Committee: Chairman Brotherhood Week. IOHN THOMAS BIGGER, Decatur, Georgia: Psychology-Biology: Pi Kappa Alpha: Eta Sigma Psi: President: Campus: Honors and Publica- tions Editor: Phoenix: Wheel: Copy Editor, News Editor: Inter- Fraternity Council: Executive Committee: Student Council: Secretary, Calendar Committee Chairman. RODNEY ALTON BLOCK, Orlando, Florida: Philosophy: Tau Epsilon Phi: Chancelor: Omicron Delta Kappa: Honor Council: Traffic Court: Varsity Wrestling: Track: E Club. IAMES P. BOWMAN, Opalocka, Florida: Biology: Alpha Tau Omega. PAUL MEREDITH BRADLEY, IR., Atlanta, Georgia: English: Pi Kappa Phi: Treasurer. ANTON M. BRICE, Miami, Florida: General Science: Sigma Chi: President. 0 BRAND I. BRICKMAN, Claremont, California: English. MARY BROOKE, Decatur, Georgia: History: Kite Club: President: Women's Honor Organization: Senior Class President: Campus: Wom- en's Social Club Editor: Girl's Handbook Editor: Coed Association: Players, CLARENCE D. CADE, IR., Hurtsboro, Alabama: History: Alpha Tau Omega. 0 WILLIAM IOSEPH CAGLE, Newnan, Georgia: Political Science. JAMES E. CALLAHAN, Atlanta, Georgia: Geology: Sigma Gamma Epsilon: Geology Club. DAVID C. CAMP, Decatur, Georgia: Mathematics: Swimming: Track: E Club: Intramural Basketball: Sigma Delta Psi. Brickman Brooke Cade Cagle Callahan C'-VHP l Joe Bevan, Vice President, lnfer-Fraternity Council: ODK, DVS. Cangalosi Chapman Cheney Cobb Combee Coney FRANK D. CANGELOSI, Central Hershey, Cuba, Humanities. IOHN D. CHAPMAN, Iacksonville Florida, Political Science, Beta Theta Pi. BECKY CHENEY, Atlanta, Georgia, English, Tau Kappa Delta, Women's Honor Organization, Inter-Club Council: Chairman, Players, Coed Association. ROY G. CLAY, IR., Ducktown, Tennessee, Biology. 0 HERMAN COBB, IR., Atlanta, Georgia, Political Science: Pi Kappa Alpha! President, Golf Team, Freshman Orientation Committee. HARBIN DEAN COMBEE, Cartersville, Georgia, Geology, Alpha Tau Omega. IOHN L. CONEQ Atlanta, Georgia, History, Alpha Tau Omega. CHARLES W. CRESSLER, Starke, Florida, Chemistry. S FI O Clay Cressler 0 EVERETT W. DAUGHERTY, IR., East Point, Georgia, Advertising Alpha Delta Sigma. THOMAS WYLIE DAVIS,'Atlanta, Georgia, English, Phi Delta Theta Glee Club: President, Student Council: Special Events Committee Chair man, Omicron Delta Kappa. MICKEY DELOACHE, Moultrie, Georgia, History, Kappa Alpha Student Council: Special Events Committee Chairman, Interfraternity Council, Barkley Forum: Vice-President. I FRANK LAMAR DCMOTT, Moultrie, Georgia, English, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Glce Club. WILLIAM B. DILLINGHAM, Atlanta, Georgia, English. CAROL ANN DOLL, Decatur, Georgia, English, Chi Club West minster Fellowship, Players. Mary Brooke, President, Senior Class, W.H.O, Daugherty Davis DeLoache DeMoH Dillingham Doll S W I . .." t . . " ' I 5' Ex. 5 tv ,N , , F um X - X i S . , 75: , .N a 1 l.. A I' It tl I ' Duncan Eakin Erwin Farr Fincher Forbes 0 KASPAR T. DUNCAN, Starke, Floriclag Psychologyg Beta Theta Pi. CHARLES FRANCIS EAKIN, Roanoke, Virginiag Sociology. IAMES W. ERWIN, Shellman, Georgiag Geologyg Campus Club: Vice- Presidentg Sigma Gamma Epsilong Track Team. 0 CHARLES ALBERT FARR, Atlanta, Georgiag Humanities. SARA ELIZABETH FINCHER, Atlanta, Georgiag History. IAMES D. FORBES,,Ocala, Floridag General Scienceg Sigma Chi Players. 0 ROBERT C. FOY, Avondale Estates, Georgiag Englishg Delta Tau Delta. CHARLES EDGAR FRAZIER, Atlanta, Georgiag Philosophy. Charles Ginden, President, lnfer-Fraternity Council: ODK. RAY P. GANDY, Pelham, Georgiag History, Sigma Nug Arnold Air Societyg Emory Rifle Teamg Wesley Founclationg Student Council. IAMES BAXTER GENTRY, IR., Montclair, New Ierseyg Mathematicsg Chi Phi. CHARLES B. GINDEN, Atlanta, Georgiag Political Scienceg Phi Delta Thetag Omicron Delta Kappag Interfraternity Council: Presidentg Pi Sigma Alpha. WILLIAM THOMAS GOBER, Terry, Mississippig Sociology. NORMAN ISAAC GOLDMAN, Thomson, Georgia, General Scienceg Tau Epsilon Phig Alpha Epsilon Upsilong Eta Sigma Psig Tennis Teamg Barkley Forum. CARLINGFORD GRAY, Bat Cave, North Carolinag Psychologyg Beta Theta Pi. s A e n i o r s Foy Frazier GBHCIY GSUIVY Ginden Gober Goldman Grey Horace Holden, Honor Council: ODK, DVS. SX, in t X, , .,,,.. 1 . A 0 RICHARD MADISON GRIFFIN, Hickory, North Carolina, Psychology- Biology, Delta Tau Delta, Alpha Epsilon Upsilong Phi Beta Kappa, Wesley Fellowship. WILLIAM C. GRIFFITH, Atlanta, Georgia, Political Science, Phi Delta Theta, Pi Sigma Alpha: President. WILLIAM B. HILL, Decatur, Georgia, Geology, Alpha Tau Omega. O HORACE POPE HOLDEN, Atlanta, Georgia, Philosophy, Phi Delta Theta: President, DVS, Omicron Delta Kappa: Secretary, Honor Coun- cil, E Club, Sigma Delta Psi: President, Emory Christian Association Wheel. BOB FLINT HOLLIS, Wrightsville, Georgia, General Science. ANNE CATHERINE HOWARD, Atlanta, Georgia, Education, Chi Club. 0 RICHARD GLENN HUTCI-IINSON, Carrollton, Georgia, Sociology Phi Delta Theta, Eta Sigma Psi, Circle K Club. GrifFi+h Hill Hollis Howard IAMES HOLLAND IACKSON, Barnesville, Georgia, General Science, Beta Theta Pi. FRANCIS G. IOHNSON, McRae, Georgia, General Science, Delta Tau Delta. RONALD GOLDEN IONES, Powder Springs, Georgia, Chemistry, Sigma Nu. SANDRA F. KATZ, Atlanta, Georgia, Sociology, Women's Honor Or- ganization: Secretary, Coed Association, Hillel. LEMUEL HUGH KEMP, LaGrange, Georgia, Political Science,'Phi Delta Theta, Eta Sigma Psi, Alpha Epsilon Upsilon, Pi Sigma Alpha, Alpha Phi Omega, E Club, Arnold Air Society. HOWARD ERVVIN KLEIN, Atlanta, Georgia, Political Science, Alpha Epsilon Pig Emory Christian Association, Barkley Forum: Business Menager, Hillel: President, Wheel, Alpha Phi Omega. WILLIAM IAY KLOPSTOCK, Atlanta, Georgia, General Science, Phi Beta Kappa. Hu'l'cl1inson Jaclcson Johnson Kali KemP Klein Jones Klopsioclt 5 l n . l N-...oo-,. pn. F7 Lanlord l-incl' Lipsey Loudermilk McCabe McClain McClenclon McFarland THOMAS C. LANFORD, Stone Mountain, Georgia: Sociology. IAMES S. MCFARLAND, Dalton, Georgia: Beta Theta Pi. MARGARET A. LINCH, Atlanta, Georgia: History: Kite Club: Women's Honor Organization: Treasurer: Coed Association: Chairman: Orien- ' CL-U-:FORD ANDERSON MCKAYHIR-o ClCH1'Wf'1fC1':Fl0FiCl3S Humilnififlsi tation Committee: Players: Campus: Stuclent Development Committee: Phi Delta Theta? Wesfminsfef Fellowshipf Rfesldem? Glee Club: Secretary. Women's Glee Club: Director: Emory Christian Association: Religious Emphasis Week Chairman. 0ANR.LIPSEYAl ,G ':Ed 'ic lA :H'lll. I ' wma wgm 'muon Ou SS0g'al'0n lc CLARENCE ROGERS MCKEMIE, Albany, Georgia: Biology. WU-I-IAM P- LOUDEKMU-K: Nofmfmf Noflh Cf'f0llm4 English- SUSAN ANN MCKENZIE, Atlanta, Georgia: Humanities: Chi Club. CHARLOTTE F. MCCABE, Atlanta, Georgia: Sociology: Chi Club. 0 IAMES M. MCKIBBEN, Blakely, Georgia: Chemistry: Kappa Alpha: American Chemistry Society: President: Glee Club. I. DUDLEY MCCLAIN IR. Pelham, Georgia: Political Science: Sigma MILTON E M . . . . ' . V . Nu? Eta Sigma Psi? Piisignila Alphag E Clubg Glee Club. try Society. . CLAIN, Buford, Georgia, Chemistry, American Chemis- BOBBY I. MCCLENDON, LaGrange, Georgia: Biology: Players. THADDEUS PENN McW'I-IORTER, Winder, Georgia: Political Science: Alpha Tau Omega: Players: Chairman Student Activities Council. ,-us. 90' Margaret Lineh, Chairman, Coed Association: W.H.O. McKay Mclfemie McKenzie McKibben McLain McWhor+er John Mills, Chairman, Honor Council, ODK, DVS. R. GORDON MALLORY, Anniston, Alabama, History, Phi Delta Theta. RAY ELLIS MARCHMAN, IR., Miami, Florida, Political Science, Alpha Tau Omega, Wing Commander R.O.T.C., Chairman Traffic Court, Canterbury Club, Barkley Forum, Orientation Committee. RAYMOND MASSEY, IR., Decatur, Georgia, English. IAMES DAVID MELTON, IR., Iacksonville Beach, Florida, General Science, Alpha Tau Omega, E Club. IOHN A. MILLS, Sylvania, Georgia, English, Phi Delta Theta: Presi- dent, DVS, Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Phi Omega: President, Vice- President, Emory Christian Association, Chairman Student Develop- ment Committee, Chairman Honor Council. BETH MINTER, Tyler, Alabama, History, Phi Delta Theta, Pi Sigma Alpha, Phoenix, Traffic Court. THOMAS A. MOORE, Atlanta, Georgia, Economics. Mallory Marchman , Massey Melion Mills Minier WILLIAM L. MOORE, IR., Savannah, Georgia, Political Science, Sigma Chi, Emory Christian Association, Barkley Forum, Wheel. IOHN WILLIAM MORRIS, III, Atlanta, Georgia, Biology-Psychology, Kappa Alpha, Barkley Forum, Glee Club, Campus. KENNETH F. MURRAH, Winter Park, Florida, History, Alpha Tau Omega: President, Vice-President, Secretary, DVS, Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Sigma Alpha, Student Council: President, Vice-President, Secretary, Chairman Blood Drive, Chairman Parent's Day, Chairman Alumni Day, Emory Christian Association, Religious Emphasis Week Committee, Student Development Committee, Glee Club: Business Staff, Arnold Air Society Award, Marion Luther Brittain Award. CHARLOTTE NEFF, Atlanta, Georgia, General Science, Tau Kappa Delta, Wornen's Honor Organization: President, Vice-President, Coed Association. WILLIAM LANIER NICHOLSON, Hiawassee, Georgia, Political Sci- ence, Baptist Student Union: President, Pi Sigma Alpha. LEE PAULK, IR., Valdosta, Georgia, Pre-Theology, Sigma Chi. MARVIN A. PERLIS, Cordele, Georgia, History, Alpha Epsilon Pi. s e n i . O p I' S MOOVG. T- Moore, W. Morris Murrah Neff Nicholson Paullt Perlis S Randall Ray Ritchie Ro,-,ne Rogers Scardapane WILLIAM A. RANDALL, Lyons, Georgia, Biology, Sigma Pi, LARRY-GRAYDON RAY, Tampa, Florida, General Science, Sigma Cqhi, Phi Delta Omega, Emory Christian Association, Wesley Fellow- s ip. IO BETH RITCHIE, Decatur, Georgia, Psychology. IVIILLIAM BRADFORD ROANE, Atlanta, Georgia, Humanities, Pi Kappa Phi, Players. CANDLER SHEFFIELD ROGERS, Moultrie, Georgia, English, Beta Theta Pi, Players. PHIL A. SCARDAPANE, Brooklyn, New York, Biology-Psychology and.Education, Chi Phi, Emory Christian Association, Newman Club: President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Newman Club Honor Key, Iohn Henry Newman Honor Society, Chairman Georgia State Newman Club. ELLEN SHIPPEN, Atlanta, Georgia, Sociology, Chi Club. 4 l Ken Murrah, President, Student Council, gg onic, Dvs. GENE SIRMANS, Moultrie, Georgia, History, Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Secretary, Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer, DVS, Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Upsilon, Pi Sigma Alpha, Wheel, News Editor, Man- aging Editor, Editor, Glee Club, Circle K: Secretary, International Re- lations Club, Secretary lunior Class, Student Publications Council: President, Freshman Representative Student Council, Publicity Com- mittee Brotherhood Week, Student Development Committee. VEDENE HOLLET SMITH, IR., Atlanta, Georgia, Physics and Political Science, Alpha Epsilon Upsilon, Phi Sigma Iota, Sigma Pi Sigma, Barkley Forum, Geology Club, Wheel, Sigma Pi Sigma Physics Award. ETHAN P. STAATS, Atlanta, Georgia, Psychology-BiolOEYS Chi Phi. IOE B. STALLINGS, Nashville, Georgia, Geology, RiHe Team, Arnold Air Society. ED G. STATON, Anniston, Alabama, English, Alpha Tau Omega. DENNIS I. STERLING, Cleveland, Ohio, Political Science, Alpha Tau Omega. CHARLES ARVILLE TAYLOR, IR., Decatur, Georgia, History, Pre- ministerial, Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Epsilon Upsilon, Canterbury Club. S I1 i o I' S Shippen Sirmans Smith Sfaafs Stallings Staion Sierling Taylor, C. A Q Q 40' Taylor, T, E, Temples Thompson Tingley Tubbs Turner 0 T. ELKIN TAYLOR, Doerun, Georgia, History, Sigma Chi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Wheel: Editor, Managing Editor, Bench and Bar, Inter- national Relations Club. POWELL MCRAE TEMPLES, IR., Hamilton, Georgia, Political Science. MARILYN CARTER THOMPSON, Atlanta, Georgia, English, Wesley Fellowship. CARMIE LaRUE THRASHER, Atlanta, Georgia, Psychology. 0 FLOYD WARREN TINGLEY, Douglas, Georgia, English, Beta Theta Pi, Interfraternity Council: Secretary. CYNTHIA C. TUBBS, Phoenix, Arizona, Education, Kite Club. IAMES H. TURNER, Gillsville, Georgia, History. FRANK F. WARINNER, College Park, Georgia, Biology, Delta Tau Delta. Gene Sirmans, Ecli'ror,The Wheel, ODK, DVS. Thrasher Warinner WHKINGSLEY WEATHERLY, Stone Mountain, Georgia, Biology, Phi Delta Theta. DAN MICHAEL WELCH, -Atlanta, Georgia, Geology, Pi Kappa Alpha, Wrestling Team, Intramural Football, E Club. IAMES CONNER WHELCHEL, Moultrie, Georgia, History, Alpha Tau Omega, Arnold Air Society. IOHN THOMAS WILCOX, Fitzgerald. Georgia, Philosophy, Delta Tau Delta: Wesley Fellowship: President, Glee Club, Emory Christian Association. IAY D. WILLIAMS, Atlanta, Georgia, Political Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pi Sigma Alpha, Wheel. IIMMY BRYAN VVILLIAMS, Rossville, Georgia, History, Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Epsilon Upsilon, Emory Christian Association, Arnold Air Society: Treasurer. Welch Whelchel Williams, J. D. Williams, J. B. Williams, L. P. Worley ef, .s 1:- Tx l rw IA? I f .A Wilson, D. S. Wilson, W. O. Younq LANEY PETER WILLIAMS, IR., Bainbridge, Gcorgiag Chcmistryg American Chemical Society. DAVID STARK WILSON, Conway, Arkansasg Lawg Sigma Nu. WILLIAM O. WILSON, Atlanta, Gcorgiag General Scicnceg Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ELIZABETH COLLIER WORLEY, Atlanta, Gcorgiag Englishg Chi Club. DAVID N. YOUNG, Orlando, Floriclag I-listoryg Sigma Psig Glee Club. NOT PICTURED: Rober-l' J. Abernelhy Donald S. Azar William T. Belcher Homer P. Blincoe Hugh W. Burgess Randolph l.. Carler Paul F. Crage Marlin T. Daniel Eddie B. Esles Jane Farlow Sfeve A. Ferlira Jack H. Gill Bill E. Hannah John E. Hafler Sylvia Jaclcson Charles E. Jarrefi' Jim L. Kelly John H. McFadden John T. McGaughey Roberl' A. Mayfield John W. Moler Dan T. Naiour William E. Overaclrer Carler Smi+h James W. Smifh Lee S. Truxes ' John L. Williams Sigma Chig Eta l l l Ellcin Taylor, Edilor, The Wheel: ODK. Seniors Tom Davis and Mickey DeLoache sland on AMB sleps wilh 'Typical senior hals and canes. Ol' juni lass i-:KG , fi" , 2 ' V95 f 1. :2 531, :Y f . - Wallace McP. Alsion if Decalur, Ga. '11 Alpha Tau Omeqaa f -F . i Ayffge jf Y s Q34 guy, liz: 4 e 1 QM x, William E. Alverson Greer, S. C. Chi Phi Junior Class Officers: From leil io righl: Marvin Whiling, Secrefaryg Marshall Binford, Presideni: Jelii Boozer, Vice- president Noi piciured, Candler Rogers, Treasurer. , , -.,w.,.,, , l Q-,sy .f,:, f l , . ' . MW , ' 1 1 . fi ' ' ,, A i 3 ., ,.:.-, , ' ' f ,V 4 R' Nagy gig , f ex 5 of 4 tg 31, we :N 6 " A Q , 5 A f 'g Qflgi cf X X 4,25 . We Q fi as fm fa . , S f D45 , M , , I xi' 1 A X U 5 ' Q YN? ,f J 5 4 v . TW... ,. , ,ewi-gz4,,,. '11, ,.:,i,, 25 X ., Roland B. Anderson 6 reensboro, Ala. Michael E. Barron Allanla, Ga. 9' John M. Bell Ailanla, Ga. Kappa Alpha Jack P. Benson Cordele, Ga. Thomas J. Bowers, Jr. Charles E. Boynton John R. Branscomb Aflanla, Ga. Wes? Palm Beach, Fla. Ailanla, Ga. Sigma Nu Alpha Tau Omega N for . 4 ia if 1, S. . 1 Ernesi C. Aulls Euslis, Fla. Phi Delia Theia Robert H. Beverid Atlanta, Ga. 1. f , f3'2,. I, ...., ,,,5,3-...E ' X' I f 'K "-5.535 ' , ,Ji ' -' .-' -. is 1 . A I N .5 s l if. ei .wr Ai If' ' 9 :il-5 , J J if K if , - James E. Averelf, Jr. 225' N " ' Brocklon, Mass. Alpha Tau Omega J. O. Blackburn, Jr. Chipley, Fla. Arfiiur J. Axelrod Ailanfa, Ga. . Alpha Epsilon Pi , . , , if, Eg, W ,,, . Q ,V 4 1, -1'-. " e .Q 4 ag I X 1 QW' , a jig . Wy?-F . Richard W. Alexander Gilberi K. Alford Allanla, Ga. Sigma Nu Sk' I ,Q 'bg ,,,2 i i sl '- A' .eh g Gordon Jerome Azar Aflanfa, Ga. Sigma Nu James B. Boorsfin Allanfa Ga. Alpha Epsilon Pi Jeffress H. Boozer Springfield, Tenn. Sigma Chi Lawrenceville, Ga. John Bascom Bailey Elliiay, Ga. -we .... ,Aj- . ws? 2' A ,,,.. xi , 0 , 1-5 K - lrvinq J. Borslein Ailania,-Ga. A Alpha Epsilon Pl A r ' Qi f li 1 F 1 .li i ' I " -er 32 V, 'NH " - . ' 1 4 AIX My AVON Bfeslow Henry F. Brewer New Canaan, Conn. Easfmanl Ga, Alpha Epsilon Pi class '56 'F 'li , - ' ax K lv , . , ' gz, ' 1 l N v Sl! r 1 . Shellon Brooke EQ Allanla, Ga. - Kife Club Y! 3-Q , : -. , V L ,. r K U B E M. Phyllis Brockway Miami, Fla. Zeta Tau Alpha in -:"1 , ' i ri '. ' .ff Q S ' ' f ., ' l . l fsgizimirbic k , . f iif? Q- Emory P. Carlreil 1:-we . f 1- Augusla, Ga. Harvey P. Carter Ocala, Fla. Bela Thela Pi Charles Edward Cox Gunierg Ga.. Befa Thela Pl M. Raymond Cowarl A A i y-nz:-qw-W-,efryf W, ., , C 1 ' " ' li ,W ..., ,, Frank E. Carllon ff, . I ,M Allarlia, Ga. 2 K- X I Sigma Chi . ni. , , ,,,, 1 l ll .al l ' John M. camp, Jr. ' P ? 'G College Park, Ga. - 7 . I G. M. Callaway, Jr. .,, 3 Smilhville, Ga. ' Chi Phi ""'F - I -r James E. BUETES , A l l T Col mbus, a. .y - .X Dellia Tau Della L . ,sg f gig V, -s I 4 V -- xg V if Bagard Aller Bgfhen ,LZ N learwafer, a. - ' 'Qefpf f x All r V rr'-.er ,a V T - "r . ' William B. Brown oh- if ' 1, 'Q Rossvgller Ga, V ,l , . ...MMM ,i PM Della Them "1 . fig. , iii Owen Jackson Cook - -A A ' 4, Tennile, Ga. l- 12, X, Alpha Tau Omega -. ,,.,, .gl- if " if A g. T . 1-. ...L .1 V ,.: ' 1 Jtyn " 1 I uf' ' if? Theodore S. Coogler , , 4 W 1,l 1 Brooksville, Fla. . l X X 1 'i ,, . i l . 1 , l Clifford D. Colquiff , ra l-5. 5 ir kr, chicago, lll. I -, .- xg Jadgon C?oleyAIJr. ?"'1,Q I , .. I l V ' 'l Al er ily, a. 5427 5 "' .- l exanchi Phi fir y L lcigi dg Cymhia B. Clark 4 531135, V. ' . Allanla, Ga. W r. elm' Mr 1 Sheila R. Chaffield Mariella, Ga. , in 4:1 , ,ms -V 2-52111254 .2 M54 ' . Mary Jane Culpepper Pelham, Ga. M. Rodney Culler William C. Cromwell Orangeburg, S. C. Sigma Pi Lefifia P. Crouch Allania, Ga. Kile Club Franklin R. Croker Hiram Ga Atlanra, Ga., Sigma Alpha Elvsllon Thomas J . Crawford Millen Ga , . J aneffe R. Curefon Rurh Ann D ' l James H. Dau hd 'H JF?Cll25OnV'llil Fila' e Arlingfon, Va. Aflanla, gale Decafur, ga. H ' appa P a Tau Kappa Delia Ph: Della Thefa 41 4 Q :: .wa - - -c-X ' nga. 11- - '12 ' , . . L . " -"A ' -. 1 sg f ,a, .af - - va. sax aa- 1 -a -11. gsagggg ,aaa 1 r-fs. -1- . ,'.v. wi- " . " .ER -:V 72.2, , .,.w I,-g. X -I ,- H 0, Ap 1:-Egg" A - f :X , . ,Q Q. ., ,,M, 'exe . ,, af a : Na+: QS t- a... a:-.. . - -.af v '- X . :. -a..s..r- 1-a-., ae' .mga se--' lf-'f - W Shawn: '- . E5 - ' ' ' V - Y E . . JI ' 3' rl ' :i-- ' if ' T' 9. . fi. -. 2 :ef fix- ' '21 '-f:.:5:a:19::.: 4z 'et'f.-... Q xt N! v A I , , f af a , , . W.-..a. .- -,Q I ,, -.-za - Q. -ga, ., V , .:aaf..-a:a- . a y. 4 FL , ,,,. ,,wW,W,x,,, f BQHY KEY DW05k'n Walter E- DYKQS Marion R. Edwards ' 1.' ,' ' "CIE: .,,, N ' ' g if ,I H W y Deltfglgllzg Cgggnon AgE3glilq?.Cl??- New Smyrna Beach, Fla. l f X .'.,1f.,, 5j',,,,-.', . ' 5:2-4 'bfi'-bf - ' . - 1' -. 9 X lf 1-.-,na - - -.ff af 1: -: 11.1. aaa "".2'Liffw Q "" ' . sa-1212:-'f t Rem B. Edwards 1- A 1' -I. .,, ,,- 9 4-1 We Q Crawfordville, Ga. :fl ., 7 :S W4 ff fi? . .iff ' ' ' 'N EP at . ff-21-144' f f f '- "" ' , , : ---f ' ,- P I' .1::"a-1:-f a ...L , . 2-'-.-:krE::EIi V L JI 431: YY:-' " . ' i' - 4"'51'iIi'fffQik2:3Yf?513'i?'3 Saul Elsen ' - ,, . Linden, N, J, . X ' X tN"'fX'X . . -aa:.a,:.:::.'r:-:ff-' 1 1 ' . " ' 5. . Tau Epallah Ph. .. X ' . I GSFY M- E"""5 Tampa, Fla. I - .L :N . ' .d.. , .. ' Robert C. Field , 5. ' .af K ' Aflanfa. GG- , a Alpha Tau Omega E : I T' 'fi-zvfsfii A, '- . N an-,fa..a. 1 -1+ V f 4 Atlanta, Ga. ' ,Q5'gf2Q1j.V 'a' 3, g MQ - 1 "3 ' '- ' " l Leonard Fishman i Mlamal Ga. f ' 1'-13: in , af Alpha Ep5,jon P, . Hx,-,nf Charles W. Forfson H Allaflla. Ga- . ' ?iZ'?::a:.:z i Slqma P' l T. Patricia Ann Florence X l - Miami, Fla . t . av. K , L , X , ., aw:- V . , 1 " . - 31.':1 . Forrest David Fowler all it-'K me-::tf .. ,a is ' viaaha. ea. - . N . 1 Sigma Pi f . . ' 'ff' , J. Wllllam Flynt , . "L ,1 r Montevallo. Ala. A N i' . -. .... . ,Www Slqma Chi Marcia H. Frankel ' 'V f Q Atlanta, Ga. . ' ' 1 ,rf .' f A f Delta Sigma Epsilon .Y u-'i -ag-ia '. , . afftflzg' 4 -::ff1fiifFI' 5 5 S ' 'ff a X in ' l ,. .... . . V I, ' Lowell G. Franks - -1 . f, ' , 1219- ' ,gg-, " Cleveland Ga V - ' ,' . I , .,., I . - - , .. -- V . ..'f- --sf-:-J". , . ,V . . .,....,,,,.,- , Q, .. ,. i. -H ET , , a " 3255 , E a.-a,aa,ay-...aa Julian R. Friedman P. L ' gsgzgz. --I Savannah, Ga. . .5 Kg 1"r5f1:? G Ez . v,,,M Tau Epsilon Phi vi X, ,E H K I . - 23 , - ,' ea- S. xyzk' -,j U a I . . .gan , Q ,M N Rosemary N. Furr N , ' .,:Z. 4 K . ' " " 'uf' Atlanta, Ga. a-3 7 Gordon Niel Gerson Ph' Mu G 5 N Coral Gables, Fla. ' , 11 a-fii agrif '51 .15 K ,I P , ., X, . . Alpha Epsl on 1 James Scott Fuzzard il 'B Kendall, Fla. Si ma Chi ' Thomas D Glnex 9 Tampa Fla . 3 Q A Delta Tau Delta Frederic L. Girardeau -I Claxton, Ga. Sig ma Nu David Lucas Glancy Alex K. Gup Clemmie Hackler Laura Hailey Pensacola., Fla. Decatur, Ga. Allanfa, Ga, Alpha Epsilon Pi Chi Cluls Adelphian Society Atlanta, Ga. Phi Delta Theta George D. Tampa, FI Wayne L. Godbold Winter Garden, Fla. James B. Griffin Ealonton, Ga. 42 Gentry a. N' , . 'fivafa C ' P Robert W. Gunn ll f Laefahga, ea. . Phi Della Theta 1 ",.CC??2aa X '-a.5l?f.h S Nell M. St. Peters Gunsalus burg, Fla. Sigma' Pi "l .mf W ' -.9 . - ma.. .- .:- .' v::.. . .f5 --if-V:-M , -" 4 i A g il if 2 'I 4 b l J 'Q' l S 8 , 1 l Q ' 2 X - . iff. fl mf' .f.. . A ., We . Q. 'w L . if D ' 1 iv i., ii i f ',, ,I V iQ Q, Q 2 ' , ,, ,f, lunlors i , , J L' Si X X. EZ: lxx l 71 ilk N li .'-em.--h.v pi William R. Hale Mrs. Polly W. Hamillon Wray Allen Hammer Mariella. GG- Ailanla. 65- Fl. Lauderdale, Fla. Zeta Tau Alpha Hesler C l 3 S S O li , Il . A Sidney W. Havnes I i Thomasville, Ga. 5 6 Sigma Alpha Epsilon ri- 53" r Roberl A.llen Haynes 1"l 1' i .fig-'yf Allanla, Ga. dl' .af i Della Tau Della 53, J g' A J all . in H '- Bela Thela Pi ,. . .2 Ng, .ai-,, , l. A- . 4' .7 U M ' f - N gl? " . Ax, S ' l xl-x J A ' f sh , ' ' wk, Dick hlardeman , Miami, Fla.. Z! Sigma Chi Richard E. Hansen Dallon, Ga. Campus Club I . ' '- - ' H :,,,j..54 'V 5,13-,Q E ' QV ' A' John F. Hilberl' A- Poffsville, Penna. 1. - - . sz Leon E. Highsmiih Abbeville, Ga. Robert D. Jimerson Thomaslon, Ga. William F. Jenkins Macon, Ga. Rae W. Harris Decalur, Ga. Della Della Della 2, , :gr ,T '- - ,l x .R .. N -, X8 ZX X H' Y.: .5 f 'L 2 ' S Allen K. Holcomb Orlando, Fla. Sigma Chi a ,,. A er John H. Harlley Allanla, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Paul M. Hawkins Covington, Ga. Kappa Alpha Philip M. Jardina Gainesville, Ga. Sigma Nu V x will - '15, Joseph N. Jansen -'H' N Allanla, Ga. - ' Pi Kappa Alpha f 4: r , 3 , ,, -Q-- 21", ,- George J. Jaleel ' ,fl K . ' ' - Jerusalem, Jordan - 4 i' 7 N '- 4- A f. . N ,Vs 'l 1 "A.a,:k'l 4- ' E. Slanley Hunler X, Albany, Ga. N se Wallace E. Hunl Sebring, Fla. M. Merrill Johnson Millen, Ga. ' ee' . lv' ,i fz ,f ,.-f,,., 4 . .Q ,.. John F. Kappler, Jr. Jesup, Ga. 3 ,affgd R. Winny Kenf Bowdon, Ga. Edilh E. Karush Berlin, Germany " Mary .Jane Johnson -: V7 Smyrna, Ga. fr 5 3 P' S'9ma iiifii Q ., W , ' l - H - 'Yds if 5' gif. we ' ' v- if 5454- . A '-- . . -- .s vi- . 1, . v ., excise- ' .- .r ". . '.f4q' Charles Everell King Allania, Ga. Sigma Pi Gordon Kilpalrick Aflanla, Ga. Della Tau Della Charles W. Kilpalrick Aflanfa, Ga. J a James A. King Allanla, Ga. Sigma Pi Eugene C. Knox Aflanla, Ga. jun' Alden W. Landel, Jr. Birmingham, Ala. Sigma Chi Elmer W. Langham Fr. Pierce Fla. James William Lay Calhoun, Ga. Sigma Chi G-uignard H. Lee Robert England King Sam R.. Kingsbury James W. Knowlton Bradenton, Fla. Fl. Pierce, Fla. Allanfa, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Della Tau Della Coral Gables, Fla. Sigma Chi Larry D. Lewis Allanfa, Ga. Alpha Epsilon Pi Samuel D. Lewis Hapeville, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega Laurens E. Linebaugh Tampa, Fla. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Charles Jackson Lord Mariella, Ga. John L. Loudermilk Aflanla, Ga. William-J. Lee Lakeland, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha Joe Lefkoff Aflanfa, Ga. Tau Epsilon Phi Franklin T. LeRoy Boca Grande, Fla. Sigma Nu Peler A. McCranie Jacksonville, Fla. Sigma Alpha Epsilon V ,. . ..., , ,, :Qi ,, f 3 3 1, 'i 'L of Q ., .5 'fs lf .1 1. 'M sy' li A I' A i -L A '-.5 i .X 1 A-5' ' 1 Frank L. Meadows Allanfa, Ga. Roberl B. McCue' Aflanla, Ga. Sigma Nu Jesse C. MCC-Sinly, Jr. Wesl Poinl, Ga. Kappa Alpha David M. McKenzie, Jr. Augusta, Ga. Peler A. Meisenzahl Charles R, Mefzger RQChe5l9". N- Y- Sf. Pelersburg, Fla. P1 Kappa Alpha Sigma Chi 44 William E. McTier Waycross, Ga. Sigma Chi Tom C. Lovelace Allanfa, Ga. John R. Lovvorn Rome, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Ronald J. Maloof Cartersville, Ga. Sigma Nu William H. Marlin ST. Albans, W. V6- Ray H. McCard Manchester, Ga. William T. MaYe5 Mariella, AGB- Chi Phi George D. Miller Rodney R. Mitchell William S. Mitchell, fzoresf Pa,-ki Ga, Hiram, Ga. Orlando, Fla. Beta Theta Pi Campus Club Sigma Chi I Robert John Nealy Sarasota, Fla. Sigma'Nu Malvxn Lavane Bowman, S Sigma Pi Larry Allen Morris .g,' Dublin, Ga. Kappa Alpha Norman P. Moore Miami, Fla. Campus Club Ta G. Paul Molzahn Marietta, C-a. Clara Lee Moodle Atlanta, Ga. u Kappa Delta Calvin P. Moore Atlanta, Go. Kappa Sigma , ,?.:..,Lf.' 'f""k ' George E. Moore Decatur, Ga. ,ng u If' , , . , i' lr, 'Q , I ik , ,, 5 is . le: ' Hoyt Peder oliver 1 M pl nomar... ea. .1 1 ,. ga ins.. , A A . s' , I f z. qi" ' Conrad M. Odom Z' A H 1 Cai,-O' Ga. l ' ET 1- - Campus Club T .- Herbert E. Nicholls 1- Mlanfa. ea. ' . L ,Z:24: --'-"2 Charles S. Nease Savannah, Ga. Sigma Nu 'l05eP,l'l A. Paterno Miami, Fla, Delta Tau Delta William M. Pavlovsk Y Smyrna, Ga. Chi Phi Signal Alpha Ralph R. Oliver Atlanta Ga Walton H. Owens Pensacola, Fla. Beta Theta Pi Louis P. Owens, Jr. Calhoun, Ga. Paul W. O'Shields Decatur, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega Joel Felton Pierce Dublin, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega Robert W. Philip Ethel E. Pendleton Shelby, N. C. 45 Clinton J. -Perini Copiague, N. Y. Sigma Nu LaGrange, Ga. Chi Phi Jean Anne Perkins Smyrna, Ga. Pi Sigma Tucker C, Pir-mer Carlyle A. Quantrell Walter Guy Rivers Sulfollc, Va. Copperhill, Tenn. Glenwood, Ga. 1 0 E Edward E. Sammons LaGrange, QB. Sigma Chi Ed S. Sams Atlanta, Sa. Alpha Tau Omega Elizabeth Sams Atlanta, Ga. luniors John L. Sanders Atlanta, Ga. Sigma Nu John W. Savage, Jr. Geneva, Ala. Phi Delta Theta - .1 V -,ssfgeqwfgsg:2.s25zix:51':g,: fx-- S0 ni S 4, -. 421 Qfrz' 0 Q . - 4, ,:.,,V, ,.,,. , . - ,B , mi, I 0 00. 11Sfe:f5.a::s15-rf'.a,e5..ezai.fi Q, . ,,.,,' x H . ,,.,.,,,,, .,., , 0 , . -1 grhg .ai i' ., ' - - 1. . . , -1' . - M251 '753.55235-f::1i:L5..f:'L-1?'i',,:.:2 53--1 ' 'L . 'f ' : -. ,552 ".-4.61211l"f-:"1:1-:evil G5 W .--:le-.:-4-2fs:-2:2fws-.s:z.s:s:s:s:f:f:.:s-2'ss -"-11:1 r. .:sf..a225:3ff32 0 '.a:.:..'-3.21:xi-f::m1zf1.1mr-21-:fi-1:f:1't'-':Q 'f2'f::.a:'-'. - 5.5 L YR 2.5, O0 0 :rm L- -. S., r 5. . , ..,,., :Y-:V-'S 4' va, , we TW ' iff. LL K1 "' 0 ii ., 'ffsiegrf-5 .N U' - 0 -1 . f M... . ff J? in .nr fsf Ss .. f ' , , 'A FQFZMQZT 3,21 4 ff 2 2 3 gy g . 2.'i.2" ' T59 . af us ' D1 ' ...LL'Il.. 32221 Q- if 3' f - 2' fzvfwy-'vw' 1971, tigg., f -' 5452.1-:' I 3"..,-1 Q, ,U ,X c .,,o , .- WW' 3 v iii. f U :s - rf., ' .B -fn. :-0' m I If 3 at Q .af :ix .W .,.. , .fo -- V -gm 9: ""' 7 :r" J .j,3gf1'Z.gL , -' I' .ti class of Ted S. Schlossman Atlanta, Ga. v Alpha Epsilon Pi . ,..,..,.gW.?,,:,...1..v,,,.,,.:V.Z mpw, .m.:K,,., Thomas Sherman Roanoke, Ala. Alvin Paul Siegel TAtlEntaI, Ga. - a-V- au psi on Phi ' t 4 ,f . Q ' Charles John Simon , ,,,, In Q ,Q 1 ' . Delray Beach, Fla. X- - j gg. ' wg Pi Kappa Alpha 5 X NH' H I 1- I Jerry Allen Singer iii? . Cordele, Ga. 'T E v . Hatler Hilton Smith Atlanta, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Herbert Dean Smith Pembroke, Ga. William A. Smith Prichard, Ala. Stephen 'sfflckland John R. Strother, Jr. George E. Swanson Tfvsswlle. Ala- Atlanta, ea. Marietta, ea. Phi Delta Theta Chg ph, Kappa Alpha Tau Epsilon Phi David E. Soiourner, Jr. Orlando, Fla. Sigma Nu 46 Robert D. Sinyard Lithia Springs, Ga. James W. Solomon Miami Beach, Fla. Alpha Epsilon Pi T '56 Thomas Irving Scott Atlanta, Ga. Sigma Nu John Jones Skinner Waynesboro, Ga. Phi Delta Theta Robert S. Stallings Louisburg, N. C. Emmy Lou Sessions Atlanta, Ga. --fl N 1' . ii ,. V S.. , g f's3j,,.-if 1 l ', i . ff ' NW--it f"?" are X ' cheaer Morgan smivh . A b bevi l l e , G a . IIS it 'E Xi.:-salS151'E2 Gloria A. Smith Atlanta, Ga. Chi Club Henr C. Standard, J Vjashington, Ga. Chi Phi E. T. Strickland, Jr. Calhoun, Ga. Sigma Chi Mary Frances Tanner Andersonville, Ga. cla l Leila W. Thompson Aflanla, Ga. Adelphian Sociely 1 'R 1' . . i ' , li ' ' il i ' ii P V 0 o : . . . ,l,' -., . ' rr Q i i 'f,3.3-:wyyg ' Qi' fe ., ' f z 2-4,,1f' -qi , ,, -' " 4 l 0 f r-Ill. ' ' url Iwi? " 4 'ICF' 'I-L 21-1111 '-5:7 "2::5"L ' 1 U, U 'V fa. ."'ifj" 1 ,- . 1 .ffxzrza-,r. .'.'a:::11N l if f - aa- A -. -.M-.. ..n,..,-, X . wah! M .M A , .Q .- aan., ,A 1 2 ' he-14 4. -','.'.,.-is , -JS, A V X John Henri' Talum Thomas R. Taylor James J. Thomasson ' 'M Deland. Fla. Avondale Eslales, Ga. Newnan, Ga. tiff ,V -4 Bela Thela Pi Kappa Alpha ' ' aj?-Q,- ii? 25 9707 ' N' ,W - . . - -QQ .5 -f' A, Jack L. Walker, Jr. 41" fn., A I ew- .lf-,z Allanfa, Ga. S S O . ' . , x A ' .. Phi Della Thela " ' George Newlon Vance sg' ofhan, Ala. 5 6 - . . . --f-P----W' ---'- f ' , N ' 'ik Patricia Ann Tullier i . y- Wesl Monroe, La. I V" i ' A' Tau Kappa Della . l i L, ' ' f, .1 u. ff fs l . William R. Thompson Jacksonville, Fla. Sigma Nu Judson R. Trippe, lr. Mary Emma Welch Marielfa, Ga. Chi Club W ,ji Vidalia, Gam Q, I ' N Sigma Alpha Epsilon x, I ' lk- V .gf Wayne E. Tobin i . E f Miami Beach, Flo. D , X I 3 Alpha Epsilon Pi ,y I ' 1 J J 'W J. H. Tilghman, Jr. Decatur, Ga. 'mama' T ra a, T T l - , 1 N , i V .9 Howard B. Weinslein i , -' gg Miami Beach, Pia. ' Alpha Epsilon Pi . . Mr 1.- H' ' vrfixia A i he-R T Richard D. Weimar, Jr. 1 M Allanla, Ga. - Sigma Nu 4 . -,,. i ir Q ,' . - I .. Carolyn L. Walson Joseph F. Wa'rren, Jr. ,ii Joyce Warren Aflanla, Ga. Sigma Della Tau Allanla, Ga. Phi Mu 43 Orlando, Fla. sigma cha Russell W. Wallace, Jr. Quincy, Fla. Phi Della Thefa W. P..Weslbrook, Jr. Gainesville, Ga, Chi Phi William T. Ward Columbia, S. C. Sigma Nu Roberl M. Wesler Rocky Mounf, N. C. Sigma Nu Ann C. Whilehead Emory Universlfy, Ga. Tau Kappa Della Marvin Y. Whiling Forl Valley, Ga. Chi Phi 47 He nry A. Wilkinson Dawson, Ga. NOT PICTU RED Boone M. Bowen James L. Casey Ray Allen Chapman Charles F. Craun Ellen H. Doss Marilyn Dunlap Comer R. Youmans Aflanla, Ga. Chi Phi Lawrence R. Fall Louis S. Haiosy Roberl' A. Hand Charles R. Harden Joe E. Hardison Malcolm G. Hirsch Dean Horslman Chrisline E. Mann George R. Mushel James J. Ooslerhoudl' William B. Pennington Gerald A. Zall Milwaukee, Wig Alpha Epsilon Pi Frank M. Zeialer Tallahassee, Fla. Befa Thela Pi Roberl F. Proclor GSOFQG N. Quinlrelle Helen G. Serfling Parker W. Shaffer Gerry Shiver Charles D. Snifzer Richard E. Thomas -Paul L. Travis Warren D. Weingrad George S. Williams Slephen A. Williams Edward C. Prilchefl' Sfephen C, Woodward sop homore class .....-... -.--.., ---.....,. . i,, ,,,,,,, A John Crenshaw, Presidenl. ..........., ..-.. ,...,-.--..., Ellioll A. Ackerman William Charles Adams Frank K. Allan l Herberl J. Azar Alberl Glenn Bailey Dalie D. Banisler Orangeburg, S. C. Smyrna, Ga. Decalur, Ga. John G. Aplsson Allanla, Ga. Blue Ridge, Ga. Allanla, Ga. Barbara B. Bannesfer Sigma Pi Chi Phi Phi Della Thela Miami, Fla. Sigma Nu Chi Phi Alpha Sigma Della Augusla, Ga. Hoyl B. Barrell, Jr. Riviera Beach, Fla. Alpha Tau Omega -,gm '- K , if.,-fa.. ' . Sleven David Blume Miami Beach, Fla. Tau Epsilon Phi 1 v ,, Qi' , 1 x . e , f fb rc " 4 si, .1 iv , "" ki 2, ,,..,,. M.. Y K 9 Charlie W. Bauknighl Clifford B. Baum Walhalla, S. C. Phi Della Thela Quilman, Ga. Sigma Nu ,---W.,-5,-1--q--Q-.QQ-. William Davis Beall James H. Belole Hogansville, Ga. Decalur, Ga. Pi Kappa Aloha Q, ,,.,,,,..-Q f.. ,Mmm 3 ,L - 4, X 5 f Q fi , fg 'J z .ff A 1 M i " P Q Q 61' C f 5 Q Q I f " A . Charles L. Blalock 4 ,W ' " V Moullrie, Ga. ihigfi' Kappa Alpha " 4' "4+Q:f::q':-g31?':f:'Sf:f- A f f .- .mf-f..f , , . A , . wtf " ,, Jerry Lee Boalrighl ' ' ' 7- , Q Q Delray Beach, Fla. g I Pi Kappa Alpha 2- ,.,, , ' ' -. 'fm "WSJ -4 . 1, Joan C. Bocock Greenville, S. C. i . Q 73 - ' ' as: if I , 'VV aus: , . ,2 . 2.5 " 'J' jeans. . 'fi 'Wy H, 1 .1 .3--ef-1. . ,":l.:.1-as ,earn -laws fe- wif v egan, .v95g'gq:'g:..2.':9g:::ff.:z:1 'ga-X2 5' 4 N' 'ii X I 1 James W. Bland, Jr. D Slalesboro, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon lane Blankenship Allanla,AGa. f 440' , " 2221551 Q EERE, ,, 9 ,f.w: ' ' ...Y , 9 K if f 1 E ' f if 5 , 1 y f A 7 Y W. n I ,V 2 .Q-fig, ,,:.::f: ,Q fizw if? 7'-LW QP! 4-V554 -"': Cf' " 4' ,, .Z ,,, f,,,..,f .,,,,. 1 - v,-- f "'. . ...- - -5... : iz'--Ge, ,4:a.'1.w1.: 2,f.,,,,4 : xi-gg.-.1 E 12 2- , w . -1' .i::l..:.SEEc '- f . ' il ' V I-ii Roberl Marlin Boger Don Boles Albemarle, N. C. Andalusia Ala. Kappa Alpha er...-imeiirsffi i . -'f William R. Benson Jacksonville, Fla. EQ? vi-fax. ' 1-.r - '- a- . wx-Q::.::g-Q ' ' W-":2.i.fg55 mgiflaas KN X . GQ 9 5 . Q ,I 5 C A .sr . Q i x. is X, X. . Roy W. Blanlon, Jr. Albany, Ga. Q N ,:sia:3. :1:ig'1': '. 1 'I' I -K... fb. 3,5 ,-v.. A LJQPQREZG Gary Miami . Bong a. Q . f C C s 5. X as ws N f , Q E v i X f . 4 X ak Q f Rx is ,.,.. .......,. f ., nf-j fx 563 I , if ia Njixif 3 , , , 5131 . if , iii 2 flung? ' 1 . 4 , M A I 43 , Y , Fl v ' ' A., s . , 2 ,X Qfiiigsf . wa qw., , .,,, . ..,,. , X s-if 'Q +:'1.rSx Sxr - ,-.vm Phillip G. Benlon Harold Aris Black Macon, Ga. Savannah, Ga. Phi Della Thela Alpha Epsilon Pi 1' , 1 . i f QT" S 'i ' E 5...- Tyrus R. Br Allanla, X if sa .1 .,....,g, as xx XX X Se Y' v . :X G W 0 , 'ly xx gs . X H, 1. l aaa X. . XX K Q ' , X P X X X x Q b Q 2 anam G B. sg 11. ., sew. elif an . ' ii, ' ' w is E., E 2 as ,. '-Q.. ' X Marvin A. Branlley Quilman, Ga. Della Tau Della w sophomores Gayle Brown Allanla, Ga. A f,.Ell . - lil I f . Alan David Breslow Miami, Fla. Tau Epsilon Plll - - 'Q xl ' s I ' T iii wk Henry S. Campell Greenville, S. C. Alpha Epsilon Pi 111'-1' , ,7 5 - . s ,, 5- 1 I ,ww f 64,4 b l If , G I class ol '57 A Brown L 1 nag, 1, ,,,,1, Q, 1, .4 ,vw'1:wa::vxwV'wWffzff47m7"W if ,far A :..4ff T. James4A. Bulls FZ X ,X A Blairsville Ga, . A :LEW Bela Tl-iela Pi ' ' 7' V ' , i,L.:.,,.3q,,', A .MT:"f:',C:" 'f - ,,.... , 'v - Bywiifillll 'arm' '-- , V 2' l--1--.ra f..- Q.,-gl. ,f ff-- 1 f f- - ers G '-.' lmr , xi um, - Ana,-E1-al ba. l S' ,. rj:-gb Alpha Sigma Della ff, W' - 091' w'I'M'f- ??r'7?4f 'LT ' ' l 'i as STI Aim gimp T, , l an a a. i f ' , 5 Della Della Della , ,. ,W 4, . I .,. x' N X I Rulh Candler Ralph S. Capps Gene O. Cashin Allaflld. GB- Headland, Ala. Allanla, Ga. Della Tau Della Pi Kappa Alpha Clinton R. J. Caskin Ronald J.. Cesarini Roberl' Chambers Lawrence E. Chance Jack C. Chancey Neal W. Chandler Jack W. Chidsey Paul Eugene Childs Macon, Ga. Miami, Fla. Rockville, Md. Old Hickory, Tenn. Albany, Ga. Augusla, Ga. Wesf Poinr, Ga. Sparlanburg, S. C Ph' Della Theta 5'9ma Nu Della Tau Della Sigma Chi Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega ,Q . ,Ji lf-...F nu., Arlhur F. Chrisfensen James E. Clark Ralph W. Clark, lr. Ronnie H. Cohen David L. Coker Jamres Manoa Cook Frank Ti Cvgger Clligglfsibrlgvmg EEUU Jacksonville, Fla, Dorhan, Ala. Florence, Ala. Alma, Ga. I Aflanla, Ga. ,SGPISOFM 6- AI h 5? Blom- a P, Ka a All ha' Tau Epsilon Phi Alpha Tau Omega Phi T era Kappa P 5 5'-' eg ' PP - P 'A lf ,. .zir 311526335-' ,Fu 5,1 Z-I .f":' f . 22261322 Ji' '27-23,1 :- tux, ...'...'g1:g Egg? zj- V ., 5: , .4 ' .4-:, .. -fr, .-a,,5.f.g'sg - 1' ,ga-zg:i,.p 551-y y 1fgg.,. .,3x3fg',, :ff ,rw-f ' r N" -if rs- ,Q-gyiiyly-332. ggi. ra, -e 1,3 - '- 5:53, 1, ., r, -2522 .12 '-like 1- A31-ffifafzksfs 'ful' 1-4 .. -.':f !45j21ff . '-s-. .1r'!x- 1'l-.1 941-rf W"-1-'lfmvrff-. . . WM an ,':5:.-1-ww-M: Fifa 'v '.r2e.-- -Aff-a m ,QVWA fr- ff-fs:-iw ' 14 . .. .fffwzfbzw if . M..."-iff WVMA -V, -.MM .e 1 f.,f-vi. f.1..fef. -Mai. --:Z wzSsQm4gQ A X gfrf-aw.-ig wig, 4' ' 3 ' 'S ' ., 1 X . ' ,. Zi. mama . - , ,,, , . . ,.,..... . .... . .. John R. Crenshaw Clinlon, Tenn. Alpha Tau Omega Slephen B. Cronin Savannah, Ga. Mary Alice Crouch Decalur, Ga. Glenn D. Crawford John E. Crawford Marcia J. Crawford Tampa, Fla. Allanla, Ga. Aflanla, Ga. Rulh G. Crawford Allanla, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega Chi Phi Kife Club Larry Cusler Marieffa, Ga. Sigma Nu T my G. Crymes Gene C. Curlis, Jr. Cglireenville, S. D0UQl55- Ga: Sigma Alpha Epsilon Bela Thefa Pi Susan P. Danforlh Allanla, Ga. Don Jay Davis Allanla, Ga. Kappa Alpha ' 4' ' ' ot '57 f'W?mf23zggfa7"-'?a.- 1 A IL L... tv. . . , f ,as . Y ww 1 ,z-W 'f:E:i2E'Es -- W is s l ' K . . Q ek Gordon M. Duffell Macon, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon s o p o o r e , c l a s 5 .... ' 'ffr s- . . -- ua -. .Q . , .,..,,.--.W-Y -f-- as-'ff ---. .. , '. "- V Z' V "33.V - XX . LIEIJIP5 ' f.' ' "" ' " "' T241' -14-M W M' W weve' -:r 1- ."v. .. " '- if . , X... .f,'::'3,g,izarsi . Q ,.,, K - a'5 'f-.ri 'S '--" i :i?2:5'5-. . :" N" V . , "ie2s:.,'fuZ- ,v lk, 'ff' John Alva Dickinson Walter D. Dickinson .- yffgl-' ' ,, Gadsden, Ala. Ponte Vedra Beach, 1 ff'2- ' Kappa Alpha - .,,:- J ? . - 5 . -rf .--,QA , gg.: ' , ,.. if-V,-e,-vftg pg' S gg... ,,:-1: James 5' Qemopoulos Rebel' Dems V' ' , - A g f- BMtiarH, flap, Douglasville, Ga. if I Vg. 1 - e a e a 1 - fy' r ' , 1' Frank M. Davis I I H A Milton Ffird Dozier Mlanla- Ga- " .V ,.,, , Albanv- 95- 1 . Ch' Ph' ffi'ffI3ii'il7" K 4 rm -if f 2 ---- f. s E I, X -Q . . , , . ,, Q, , , Us Bluefield W. Va. '. ' g g i' 5-2 1' tv -' Th. 2 ' Y if-1. .51 -'ir Sigma Nu ' ' ' , "" . ' QQQQQQQQQ-f ' . Y ' Q 1 VVVVf ' 1' ' . laifsiizffiii 4' . ' NJN- 'f?EPE':1'52ffi:-iii , . , , L- . -.. f. :i:',:2:.:4:.5fLf5:: H - . " ' 1 7 ti"':Q..f 9 .' .Q-J' 'f 4 . ' ' T .Vi-f' 11:-5537? ' .? f t' -N ff 2 'er sk : 'iz' fi' v ' 3:1 . ' 33:13 55:54 i .. V .,.. 1 1 V V. 1. Earnshaw William R. Mitchellville, Md. Richard Cary Estes Atlanta, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega Robert Lee Faulkner Shirley Louise Field MCC0i-mlrlf, S. C. Atlanta, Ga, Beta Theta Pi "Y-ii' E363 ' ' ' " W + -Ze ,X ix f iV:1fi-:2f:,.f:' w 1 -1..:,.ge..-I3-if , . ' i ' i"'ffV Q -I . or-.f..:,,:s 2:1 .r i,:,,., - -:,: . -..i .is Vf - -"fA"e ,I .-.J g1:V ne 2- " ' : .V 'L' gf: . f.-'se-1 ii: H .-.:.-'H-p "" ' X ' . 2, ,. ' ., 'ff"f1f15'- ' T. i f - -W4 .. . .. , 4 2 1 4 W a 4 Q Q- . - f . f. . s ..,,s,s c . ..... .... V V -V ., . 4 I ,sm Q-y ar 'wr S 6 fr 'Q , Q, X ., . ,... .,.,.,, . ..,. ,, we , V Ei 'N HQ I i ff ff , , , 4 4 P I f 4 Q Y , 9 4 A . v few-iff , .. V. Ms,..,X.. , , S 1 Q 1 C 1 If , . N' if 1 S 4 4 .- ' 1. 155' ?': 3 vi' J w: i:'1e.:'1f ' js -gif' .g. ' .i QQ.. ,kim - Ve , 3 f i X r' T . , if ., ' ...rsze:e'3, z 21-9 :Q5'?..'if1E,'-, 15:31 ' 'S'-Tia? 3' .7 . - - . Lf is "iii: .:' -. jf.1:e's'sa,5.-G -. A V r- .. 1--Vp:-.ir . A. .. swim--4 X Sri? ' .E Albert W. Fortinberry Gerald Curtis Fowler Decatur, Ga. Gadsden, Ala. Chi Phi Phi Delta Theta Richard K. Fred Atlanta, Ga. Tau Epsilon Phi 1 l at 3 52 W 4 Jef? ff.: . . Travelers Rest, S. C. Sigma Chi Linda Rita Gold Atlanta, Ga. Delta Sigma Epsilon I ,- 1 -1 2.553 i E . ,. Q K at 4 xi, 4 Q rr X ,W X N 4 fs, Cynthia P. Eden Decatur, Ga. Alpha Sigma Delta Ronald Edward Eith Daytona Beach, Fla Sigma Chi Henry Cecil Fielding Luther Calvin Fisher Thomasville, Ga. Pensacola, Fla. Sigma Alpha Epsilon , . . . .,,,,.,.,s, V lil " , 1 -,,.3kf,f'f? , - 3, V , -is fy Q 5,51 f X -2 'T if is V?-. F. " -. 14 - '- fkzl ' .w i wr.. 4 . ' ..,..1 is M. Vg. . c., 51 John Edward Eng Tampa, Fla. Charles J. Flemin Savannah, Ga. .K 4: H5 if A ,. le g Jere F. Fletcher Frank L. Fort Statesboro, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Sigma Chi Beta Theta Pi ae lf E A H3350 ifx lfff il W 11' e.,...v : , ' ,y ' ii. A J , W- .L x rj: fQ D 3 4-. , , T. , K, si , . Q: .f . 1. . . .. ,, 'N , , 3 ., ,-. 3 ' 1- -i I QQ, -341 1' ' . " K 5. ., , ... 1 , :ir ' 51.153, ,Zi 1,2 I 'ia ' ii - , 5 ' X if K V. V , Jim V. Freeman James Howard Frisbie V Clearwater, Fla. Stanford, Ky. Slgma Alpha EDSllOH Delta Tau Delta Gillespie Miss. Kite Club Pi Kappa Alpha Thomas E, Gai,-eff Ferral J. Garrison Charles B. Atlanta, Ga. Laurel, Emory C. Fuller Carrollton, Ga. X Y' Y . X QE 'X , . . is mi- Q i-' N , . S XE X . , 'Y Mary D. Godwin Atlanta, Ga. Dolores A. Garcia Atlanta, Ga. . :if ,ai F ' X 'r' ,. ' xp v h ,Q 3 T ,im :E ,S -2 ,-su. . -E-I 3.51, .Mr f,., 5 cw Q A N X ss X . X NX . x . A v , NX 5. , , 1 .2 . l X x A Q ,, Wx Q 5 Q' X X s X X if 'i. ' " .i:S5fI,.'ii.s Q P' i -X . 'i?S',EE"- . . L.-I - ..,. , , V , George Olin Greene -iff' i, Th o m a s to n, G a . x ar PN-'e,gG fi ' 'S 2 Y 's A X Alpha Tau Omega Frances Gradick Decatur, Ga. Alpha Sigma Delta , ':, "Ti: ' "1 ' +- ,., . .V ' ,mf , , uf, ,f . , " "s' 1, v ., , fkiiriv .JW .. .. . , 1- 42 gif, . 2' J V i 77' 1 'V 922. , 'f:fa5:':',-iaffreit ' ' Hovvard Gaiden T . 1. Tau Epsilon Phn 212. 1- .. '51 ' it .ll 'Ah app.:-2-. -fmrzr - Joseph Eugene Golden T ' ' s Powder Springs, Ga. 2 ' .:1., ' N, .V y- T T ' Milton S. Goldman Harvey S. Goldstein Atlanta, Ga. Griffin, Ga. Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Epsilon Pi Elaine C. Garey Baltimore, Md. ii - EXY XT .-X -s ssaciii-' ' Sfx ,., , - 1 ' X ' - E X 4 ' . .gs x 'af . L Q Billy Ralph Gresham Alma, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega sophomore S i 4 Q John Terrell Haddock Aflanla, Ga. fx '. . "' Phi Della Thera f 'L ' . N Alice Ann Guscio . ,., V , Allanla, Ga. l 'A QLD Alpha Sigma Della l Ormond R. Grimes, Jr. - WM- l Gadsden, Ala. Sigma Alpha Epsilon fl William v. Griffin 'F - -' Miami Beach, Fla. N D ,M -.-Ii . 1 in ,x .f 1 PC wivg. , r X f . JI 1 Us , ' 1 . cla ss ol '57 'if' . be-' ' .,-:H :T 'K "-it Sheron E. Hallum Allanla, Ga, ' - Klle Club Wenlworlh A. Hamillon ' I Similoury, Ga. ,Q Dickson F. Hand N K .aa Lindale, Ga. 1. nm Kappa Alpha "7 f -7 '-- william A. Handl SA - I ' 'H fi Allanla, Ga. ey -. if -- , f ' ix 4- - M 1 ' sz, -. .Y h .l l x .. Limil' J- l'lifde9f9e William Phillip Harp Ronny Eugene Harrell Harold D. Harrison John Dunklin Henry College Park, Ga. Della Tau Della 4 f y af I 2 7'.,'4 'r , I ' ff in , f 2 f , 1 4, ' af 2 , X l" ' ' e, Ae- 7 ,. f,. Q, , 4 , , fy f 5 W , ....., 'e 'w25eL2j4. Chbljlolle. Nr C. Allanla, Ga. Donalsonville, Ga. Allanla, Ga. 5'QmG Ch' Phi Della Thela Della Tau Della Phi Della Thela Janel Ann Harlman Alfred P. Haskill, lll Marlha R. Hawkins Berna d A. H k ' ' ' - . - Forl' Lauderdale, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. Allanfa, Ga. Arlihglon, Nile, e vi:lgmag1nl-lb!-lifrllnfzlir' A"'1ljL',"l' nelgphlll JST-'HT' H-fnmss Anchora Sigma Nu Bela Theta Pi p ' ' - e ' '- ' In on' elm' Sigma Pi Della Tau Della F-fe - -- . . . , , "viy.z11,,- .1 3 fi 'l J X 'ff .- .,: -A Y N sax X 5 , A ' , , '5 .. 5- 1-r - -. ' , .2L,,s.r' , .:1f.' 'lofi J' 1- f ' e "7 ' , lx F? s --. - . ---' M' ff' ' " i Sl l . ' ' ' 52 'X . L -- , . . 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' Nicholas B. Johns ' :Ir - , . , -John L. Jenkins, Jr. Glenn 5- -l2fm'n95 . Calaula, Ga. W 3 72 Lagrange- fra- Sfzf2SE.z'a.?a' W'nfa.FsiE' Ha- Alpha ' ...i... Q ., Kappa AIP 5 ' 4 sf-1-af.: -. .....z- fy . 4.i.1...:.:f, r . -f , ' -r-. ' . .-'- -529"T:f:'93'-. - "i S C. - ' William B. Johnson Tiff y V. Anama, Ga. f ,. A .ig ' A 5, M 1 1 fi. f,,,. William E. Johnson fri jg 1 , 'f Rome. 96- . .. . , . V f , 'er 4 5"2-ff, Wi " N'ck Charles Jones C Dan cf-6l.c:'negIa .-fi , ,UK A . 'i 'Z ' I Aflanla, Ga. rescen I Y. ' f -..fQ i,' -' W' Allen Lee Jones Birmingham, Alo- Carnilla, Ga. '39 .536-1,Z:AV "' Roberl E. Jackson Decarur, Ga. Sigma Nu s,.,. 92129 " . . . f 0 1 4,-gy F f .- 1 f Z I I A 1 4, K 5 Z Larry Kaminsky Savannah, Ga. Alpha Epsilon Pi sophomores P 1 .af ,. 4' ' rv .. I Barbara A. Kaienbrink Allanla, Ga. Tau Kappa Delia r "" A, , I? f - -, "-,jifn 1 ff ,- 550 9 4' 5 Ed M. Kafibah Jacksonville, Fla. Sigma Nu class ol '57 Kaizer H. Milfon Keen Perry Kennedy, Jr. Allania Ga. Slalesboro Ga Sigma Nu Sigma Chl Henry Doyle King Mariella, Ga. Sigma Nu Swanson King Cairo, Ga. Chi Phi Jonafhan S. King Peialuma, Calif. Sigma Nu David H. Knapp Marion B. Knight, Jr. Joel Lewis Korolzer Donald Mark Kulick , Ailanla, Ga. Blounlslown, Fla. Brooklyn, N. Y.. Rockville Cenlre, Y. Phi Della Thela Sigma Chi Alpha Epsilon P1 Tau Epsilon Phi Tom A. Lamar John Landgrave Evelyn Lee Lord A. Lee-Benner Herbert G, Lgyine Harvey Louis Levy Sfanford Levy. Elsa B' Loemker Rome, Ga. Covingion, Ky. Decanfuf. GG- ' Shph' Long Branch, N. J. Augusfa, Ga. Arlanral Ga, Aflanral Ga, Kappa Alpha Chl Club Miami. Fla- Alpha Epsilon Pi Tau Epsilon Phi Alpha Epsilon pg pg Bera Phi John D. Longshore James C. Lowe, Jr. Bradwell R. .McAlisler Barry M. McConnell Kafnerine F, Mcgeacny Jangf M, McKibben Daniel R. McMillan per,-y M, Macgmper Decalur, Ga. Ailania, Ga. Charlesion, S. C. Alpha Tau Omega Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha Alpharella, Ga 1 A - Decafur, Ga. Chl Phi Tau Kappa Della Aflanla, Ga. Allanfa, Ga. Rincgnl Ga. Della Tau Della ""' Z gm - ' 5 , ,..,V,r,,,,... , ,., J 1 A . . ., .,. ., e - y re., ,rg rel, . I -,:,l.. yy V .. 5 z 1. xi. f 1 -,R , a -ww. 'ww .vcr - , 4 '-2 3, . ,,gfglo, - ig: is-rv-.1 11. 1 -. s ' ,fy ,,,,.4,g.,,. . ...,,f , M., .,.. QM... . ,.,,.,W,.. .. .. 1 11' ' . V . . V W Jerry Avern Maddox Sandra M. Malheson Mary E. Mafhews Bryan? Douglas Mauk X N erin . Y frxt-"f is '- if 'fiiifil s "' Zi, VVV- 5, .K Decafur, Ga. Tampa, Fla. Scif Vslley, Ga. Montgomery, Ala. ska A 5 , A -A e B Cla Def-1 Sigma NU -. , . ' .. .W 1 Be'e"Y P- Mme' Eugene Ferrell Miller DBCBTUV. Ga- ' Atlanta Ga Alpha Sig ma Della 1 - A"' V fi ' ' .5 iz: t V1 . - f' A xg.:-r,..,V a ., - . :xref V .Q M K 1.2, A , . z. -,ir :gf x .., k , D ' I H M Jr . S E 1 l E' a3Eaml5le.fxE's ' ., ' , X . M:-wha Jean Mllewskl . - ' ' fi'g12,.gw-'L 11. 't.: Z:a21:'5STf5EZ,"f-5 iiiliisilg: Easr Cleyeland Ohio - " ' A ' 1 ,.,. 1 - . - ' -1 f5L2:35f""Tk 'f "" 75' 535' , .4 ' l , , Manor! Sanford May ,fkgli :ag . 1 Paul W. Miles Cl'l'PleY. Fla. if " Em. ' "" AH r G Bela Thela Pi -'ifff ' ' ' fri' l' wwe an a' a' Feler N. Mayfield Edward F. Menhinick Ailanla, Ga. Dunwoody, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega, Delia Tau Delia 1, .i. av. iv- . Air'-if-1 s o p h o m o r e s , . J ' C I a 5 5 O f ' 5 7 ' . v sf 411, .531 . g W . ' i 'zmiiwi ,.,,,' ' - I l, - - " ' -3 2 f V. Vffilgf-ifzill 'V im , . T . . iizixr' . , K ' , W 'T - , . . --fill. ' ' ' - I7 A Q .' - J wi ig, . 1 V qiqm-a-' -' , I H 4,31 f W , J, ff i...iia1.-. X , f. 1 i sl' , William J. Milchell Kennelh C. Molkner -" Q H 5 V- 2' ' . ef Ch5lff1f'0OQC1-TGf1n- A+ler1fa.Ga. , - Z N YA 'T' Alpha Tal-' OYTVEQB Tau Epsilon Phi f j ,' i ' . ,, 3 lmqlald Mmsk Barbara E. Moore 21 Pl- g , ff 5- 5, anla,.Ga. AH N 1 G ,..,, . .Z " . ..,. V - Alpha Epsilon Pi an 6' a' ff " f " I ' .5 - .LIEEQW ' ' . ' " :.,2'ifZ'i-ZA' "' 1' snub in M Mu' ' ' ' . , ,N l Allznfa Ga' 'S William F. Morgan . ' phi Mu Aflanfa, Ga. , , . - chi Phi Harmon B. Miller Aflanla, Ga. Bela Thela Pi , N.. Q,-5 u vis Joanne E. Morris Allanla, Ga. . JA? NJ Kile Club .. -'QOL E' Jefferson Jack Moss Bill W. Mounf Carol Ann Mu h J h E M h Aflanla, Q-a. Memphis,Tei1n. Allanla, Gala Y oslgiianfal Y Chl Ph' Sigma Chi Tau Kappa Delia Chi Phi Richard A. Newlon Roloerl A. Nichols Osvaldo E, Orraca George H. Page S d K' I ff P l D 'd L P k , l Valdosia, Ga.. Orlando, Elo. Cayey, Puerlo Rico Harlwell, Ga. an A1lariIlig,oGa.a ay Chjrliasfon, wfllia. c.C21:f:,igigsoE'aJr' Sohgiil-aP,ifgai2j.e,gfon Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Pi Alpha Tau Omeqa Alpha Epsilon Phi Bela Thefa Pi ' i Chi Phi T- fzifi. " i s ms A 7 w, l 'A . ,ati f' I Wil' I U' , N '15 ,gg ha.: ,J -b as x I . '-.7 , 'pr Ca. ' i X. RM . . .-.- -. J ., K ,AJ . , " " X , . . .i I , V T , 'P ' i ' in i -A Q in 2? '42 f ...if -- ff . x 'E if -AI ' i P 1. M , - my . A ,, , 1 .. 1 ,-5 ' . I , ' i , - ,Y ,5. ,...,. . I 1.1, Ai ,X f ' , . rage'-W' '-553 Alan E. Paulk, Jr. William F. Peacock George Persons Camille F. Pharr Thomas Hugh Poole David C. Porler, Jr. Gordon M. Punshon Wall Sfewari' Pyne Thomaslon, Ga. Barlow, F-la, Forsylh, Ga. Allanfa, Ga. Allanfa, Ga. Cedariown. Gag Ofl.5f1dO. Fla- Orlando. Fla- A-lpha Tau Omega Phi Dena Tl-,efa Alpha Tau Omega Pi Sigma Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Nu Sigma Chi fi' " ' ' ..... . .i , i , f. P' ' f if ' l f. V ' .. - 7 if ,. ' 531+ M is: si, 'J 'Pa if 'Q': -' ' " IM - ii i . 0" f . . ,- Q -:fue 1 Palrick M. Rayburn Ronnie L. Reid J9fl'Y Und Reynolds Charl0ii2 M- Louis T. Rigdon, II Allanla, Ga. Elberf Hearsi' Roane Ailanla, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega Decalur, Ga. Allanla, Ga. Tampa, Fla. Allaflla- Sigma Alpha Epsilon Edwin E. Robinson Meridian, Miss. Sigma Nu Sam G. ROQGVS Valdosfa, Gla. Sigma Chi James M. Rolen Benfon, Ala. Thomas Rogers, Jr. Savannah, Ga. Sigma Nu Marlin Rosen Forresi' Hills, N. Y. Tau Epsilon Phi Rena J. Sample Allanfa, Ga. l'l m in l l ' S O p O O l' S S . . ,. I I C B S S O .3 .Ax. 534' .. 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A, 1 KMSI Wilder P- Stoll A+l,3n+aI Ga. ' -Q I , f i ' 2, Atlahra. Ga. Alpha Tau Omega ' Q I, - ,H I S If Chi Phi E' .,,,4l V . ..,. II I I ' fmi ev Afw- 2:4121-.,i ffl Zu . ff -,Z Horace W. Seymour David E. Shacklell Richard H. 'Sheldon Berfge L, Sl-iell Fred B Shoaff Dawson, Ga. Allanla, Ga. Sigma Pi Alpha Tau Omega J hn Alan Simmons Don C. 'Sisfrunk, Jr. Sharon Rose Silver . o I Allanfa, Ga. Clearwaler Beach, Fla. Miami Beach, Fla. Jacksonville, IFla. Delia Sigma Epsilon VI. - . 7: ew.. - I, 7 TI. ,.. V V- 55: :':f+1fX,- , .-V,.. .. . V VV ,.,-. ,,,. I ...I ,,,.,,.,,.I. I I X 'i f MII I . .,., I. :l y V 'H' 64.2 Nh. ' ff Q59 I . , Ig Z . fi fr , :A , . If yi? fa., ? ,, Sue E. Snead Decatur, Ga. 552 1:I Claude George T Jacksonville, Fla. Sigma Nu Alpha Epsilon Pi Sigma Chi Glens Falls, N. Y. Della Tau Della Carroll D. Smifh, lll Monfclair, N. J. Chi Phi 1 Allanla, G6- Howard H. Smilh I Allanla. Ga. Sigma Chi Kappa Alpha Frank Quillian Smilh Waycross, Ga. Marvin Leon Smilh Challanooga, Iienn. Chi Phi Sigma Nu I, I I I .- H "" - ,. " J - V , V 1 ...v.- .Va . V ,V-. .V .. , . g V .am ,. ' fra I 2' -V V , , .ff . l fa' I-. II I, QB, I, ,QI V. 655-5 Q V ,I .,-e. .-...Q K I . ,. h I, ,I, .3 V, VT' H ' " V '1 4-' ,.'3 ' .--- V --v fl 1. T52-5' " V ' Q 25' . " - i15efriIfI ' ,., , tiara ,v,A . ,.: - I I I r I f 5: ' .. . i . ifqififf 1 f 31 - , "l 3:gQQ.'.'.'-f..: i .-43' ' ,:V . ' - N , - .. X55 3-V".Q:."1f'5' J 'ly V' X vials- '- '4 'l""f' is f li: P, ,rf-1 ,g2'g"f55.s.. .--fm-gfV.,, I I.j'-:'.,'..:g- ,uyxgii-. 3IfI, v - . -.-, I,n,, ., sqsrai, '- - ' .X-.e L I-6.5 :tv -DIY ' ' S. - . Qrsifgfgg V f A' 2, . s .ae-.V.:l , I If... i ' iw . .. I , ' , ' I V. "" z We .V e " ' V-Wt-1 ,V s ii . . 'r 9 f I .- V 7 " i f , PM , 33 I ' 'K 3 ' il K. N Y' 'AI 'J' .fV ..,.... 4 . , . . ., V, , .4 I Q: RQ, f ' , -- ' , 1.-.-, ' .. V ,ilu V -:f f " 'i..,.. , ef ' - f 1' Y: ., X Q , I, . . N .. . . .1 .I , .V , I I., . 4V -' W E A lx. L .V ' . 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Thomas Dofhan, Ala. Allanla, Ga. Adelphean Sociely Bela Thela Pi 54 l Ef??fFj""'fii"v' . - 5-A-. sophomores class l'5 T, , i T , o i " 5? i. ""V 'AT' V-51 .A 1 V ai V' wa. a. V . V , Y X. l '1- r -film '-.N " ' VV ' ,VV .ig NJ llilw - , Vi . 45 Z.. V .,,.w W w ameg en uc er John L. Tu b. .H ' rf . F0"5Vfl'- Ga-, Clermonlr El,a.e Z' .' V Q ,V I Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi M. J' ,5 ' "" - , L Tl 'N ZA i 5 1 4? ' Ell' f W, . " "f 'l V 5 oialaawaLffkf,"ci' Affliuf We flY50'l ,a ,. ... y ". Siqma AlPha Epsilon BUIRPSQFQVVFSSV VV VVVVA, , ' , I i ii' Pi Kappa Alpha ig. 4 s F X ,QW , A ,,... V f ag, fy William H. Trimble " l if Allenla. Q5-1 -e Guy T. Ursa '44 if Chl Pill l Tampa, Fla. .. .1 f f - L l 2 . " John Pill Tomlinson ' l . ' ,X , ' L'?l'e Wales. Fla- ' A ff' ' , , 'Y 0 lil ur ' ' F Russell F. Vann P' Kappa Alpha .J i s-A ,, f , Melbourne, Fla. Z, ' ' il 'J' ' Alpha Tau Omega ' " A "3 ,if l I V I xx j , , . Th V - A A it Tw' ' 0l'l"55 UYVBY eale Marlen B. V Th ' Afisiifa. is2fii.irY'e:r ilz:i.ili.i0ezii' ' ' Della a'Q"'fl Epsllofi Alpha Sigma Della Bill M. Wallace Roberl H. Walslon C l ' O w If R ' Id G . Joyce Virginia Wages Andalusia Ala Birmingham Ala 5 vm ' 6 ers eglna ene watson ' ' Al Jason whlfehulsi AH ' ' . -, - Savannah, Ga. Thornaslon, Ga. Carey Nell Whlgham R b fs, Wh-1, AVN 1 V G V arlla, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega AV Sigma Chl V 5,gma Ch, 5,gma Ch, AHan1a'Q.a, O5:Iandao'iVF,aV' e Sizing Nl? . V is T ' mfg:-aaa. 9- fi. f , . ,.... ' 'J ' l 1 ' l a 4' V ' Il ii' f'if ' - ' T' f' li X ' ' . 4 All .a i . my 1 f - i 1- Q , 1 I' A i .f. ' ,...-1 gif fi- - - C ' -' l 21. ff'-" "lg .4 life "M if i., . V V , V V lg, in - . . 'Q V ...V V , ...Q VVaVVVV: - . V of VV: VV. X .., .VV , lla 'T . is 3 ' El 'K lg AK - ' --A ' ' ' h g i Qggil-ii.-iii, , , - Ga, A , , - A N, , - ia 53 ., , fa .- A - A T T L A A J , A l fi . ii f-I 1 f.: 'lil 'TA' - Y' I ' X ' , ' ' "f2:f3-l:EE5.:,1"' - , Zigi . .. '1 . i FQ' 51211155353 ll .17 .Ta .V ' " . ,. 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Alpha Epsilon Pi Sigma Chi Alpha Tau Omega Chi Club Sigma Nu NOT PICTURED Rochelle R. Borslein Vernon Gene Bracewell William D. Brilfon William A. Carler Pafricia Cafhcarl Edwin Chapman william E. Cloud Frank P. Daniel Harold Di. Harrison Ellioll C. Healh Irwin T. Hyall, Jr. Warren T. Jackson Belly R. Johnson Richard D, Lee Carey B. Levy Dianne L. Maples William H. Marlin Julian L. Mason 55 Loft W. Middlemas Russell S. Miller Ted V. Morrison David S. Marlon Kevin F. O'G-ara Deborah Shaffer William B. Singer Edmond R. Wells Edwin H. Williams , Jr. freshman class From lell lo righl: Belly Jane Webb, Secrelaryg John Glenn, Treasurer: Donnie Kea, Presidenlg Nol piclured, Jack Saussy, Vice-presidenl. I ""'e', Joel M. Adler Halliesburg, Miss. Tau Epsilon Phi i, J' Miami, Fla. I Alpha Epsilon Pl ' Q Carolyn Akin Allanla, Ga. Alpha Sig ma Della I f .., "fbi F' 'f.:s.1fe.. ' ' s:Q...:y.:aa1: '.,2 V 1.-wr' 1 . s ri" wr 'A .,- f- Wx , 'si R Avg 5 'Y' L96 43 S s s ty 4 X .- Q. j . Q A Q, we s xx NX, 4 Pensacola, Fla. Sigma Chi .sy . 5 .. I-gatifaaz: -- . . .em .. .1 ' .:.E.?E-' 3 5. E - -,5ss,w,- , x ""' I ' X ' -,-, Gayle M. Adams , A ., K . ,V Charles L. Allen l ip.: Q .E-j, Allanla, Ga. ,V,, 1 A Ef Q, . Nrlanla, Ga., Pi Sigma , za '21 f, 2 'Y i g Sigma Alpha Epsilon - ' , f Q - , Q 1 ,f ZR? Donna J. Adams , , Y? . 'wi , . Clavfon Arrmsfvn Allanla, Ga. , 1 , E if i- i . 'Cedarlown, Ga. Tau Kappa Della gil l' '-'- V , P . t " Y Q sg p , li., 519 ma Alpha EPSIION ,J rl 'l" -. f, M ' P' ,212-... ' E' H 'X '53 ' X J ' .,,. , , H G B k J S 'h B B k W R B th , -'--" ef 'j,,f,,5 f ' ' , I , ' , , , o omew -kg . y .. 7 1 t' 5 A .V I glilianla, 29:1 r Sl?lesboro,aag. Dania, Fla. . lf.: A , , Phi Della Thela sigma chi sigma P. - . ,,, 0 ,tmggai .,,. , , . .5 , . ,.4gi!,,.-., 6 . 'Q' . Elaine L. Baird MOHY Bashuk -H ' Allanla, ea. Mason. Ga., K - . ' ' -' Kife Club Della Sigma Epsilon tm .5 W l , . Fred B. Augusl Frank J. Baumeisler fr , 'Z Q X , X, ,SR X James L. Askew Alexander Cily, Ala. Phi Della Thela Reginald J Bell Barbara A Bennell Samuel L Blounl Allanfa GG. Allanla, Ga. Thomaslon, Ga. Phi Della Thela Alpha Sigma Della FJ'EVIf'. .1 41. Joan V. Bell Tallahassee, Fla. Adelphian Sociely ' . Walls' Healer Y, 3: ,,,, Ch' Ph' . ..,,. ' "P"x"X' A " W 45", 'f:"9:'5iZ,..f5-5 i -l Geo rge H. Be9Qs IZ?" iisgimf. Tlffon, Ga. 9 5.:.f,,xO, jaw-f.. -1:-:ai-as Phi Della Thela -l1W...r'-.?f.. in Shirley A. Brewer Evelyn D. Briscoe Allanla, Ga. Monroe, Ga.. Pi Sigma Aclelphian Sociely 56 . ,Q 5 . . Eric E. Beardslee Moss Poinl, Miss. Bela Thela Pi Roy H. Boone Panama Cily, Fla. Sigma Nu William O. Bradford Carlersville, Ga. Carl W. Brannon, Jr. Allanla, Ga. Ben F, Cheek Richard D. Colquiff 1 X .,. Q . .Q V .Vx A 'Vpgf T' . X f! P .V , Gerald Brock Bobble G. Bryan? - ,fl F V Gainesville, Ga. Azhel hyvilli, Ky. ' ' ' ' ' 1 5 1 I A 'yr e P Ian ocie Y Thomas E. Bryant U T, m i? Demopolia, Ala. J H V, ' . Ziiil 'f I V .. .5-iialllifl f ' J P' . Wa- Wa . . , VM 'l an 5- 5- ' V '. l f' 1 , ' 1i2 ,75?'-J Kala Club V l he . V: f- -:J i l -. 1 f- SYdneY H- Bush , -i., if j Joyce E. Campbell , 'X Ailania- Ga' fi V ' Decialur, Ga. f ,, ,ga-in A . Ch' Ph' i at .V ,I I Adelphian Sociely . 2,2 V, ,, I T, av X l .1 i l 'ff Y 1 X - ., i ' - J f' Mi 1 N i ' Milivrl E. Bufler Thomas L. Byrd, Jr. Mary S. Camp llillif - 5 Alma. Ga' Allanfa, Ga. Aflanla Ga. . A s, . J :avi , i H ,I 3 Alpha Tau Omega Delta Tau Della Pi Sigma if fl 'ii z J 'xii - E-'f' Var.-. silikfk '. . f .. l" T ' Toccoa, Ga. Phi Della Thela 5,5 l , f 4 4, ,gi ,X John U. Cheek Allanfa, Ga. Sigma Nu ,x::afr:-a.:::- .. Taa-:'fqf1-wf-1:':a- , . . , 2 1 fs 9 s Vzf- W. - av . ., ., ,. 'x 4 4 1- ,GQ- 'AX 1, ww .1 41 Harvey N. Chernoff Broxfon, Ga. Tau Epsilon Phi .:,2 'fi , .1-az,a,':5zW -I ,f:-za , - .:1if'f.PEdf'i95. y 2 , 0 1 Vie- - wax--524 H-, f .gs 1. ,pw igzag i. .fa . N23 ,ts 9 aa. ' ,,:j' 'QQ' Darlene Crenshaw i Mlafifa. Gai f- . 5. .. - V. ,aypgV'1.a, ,,.::y.-',e.V.xf,-.-.,,15,515 ,,:'V '- 321 if Q., .af -Wiz. ' 232: af- jg' ig. ff Ray W. Creekmore '- Maryville, Tenn. iw- "al . w e :+V " -Sig?-mv 'I 151' Frances B. Cook Decafur, Ga. i -. vi -, .. 7-1 ... .,. ' vw- ,T l V- ...Vs - a. X T l i l l 1 '? a-'21 A ' 3155. i 'f 'J iii. . f. .iii 3' W. H. Chrislian, Ill Riccardo G. Ciravolo Neal Clark Allanla, Ga. Easl Meadow, N. Y. Decafu,-I Ga. .F r e S h m a n Chi Phi Sigma Alpha Epsilon ..'::. , .if 3 fxa-. 1 I -X 1' 15:4 X 1 V Berl W. Collell Lake Worlh, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha ff? 7, Zigi ,,,., W., ,. ,, . ,. 4V f 'sf 1. 7 . aw 2:1237 . fysWif!if Vx ' ,z. , 3, . , , fy wg: . f 1 ,zf ,V . , V , Vu ,a.V..V1 ig zzz . ,V rm f James Carpenler -'W' " ff- ff? Marlella, Ga. ' If fm' '- - 1' Demelra N. Caroni Allanla, Ga. ca ' 5 ' W ff 5 hi .2 is, .. f f if an , f Q Lesr I. Collier, Jr. Haines Cily, Fla. Phi Della Thela class -' -"-"As-41 '11 - ,M l ia --, A V . g 41. . , 1 S, , . A 8 'Q " , 7 ' Tiff? I :S 'f 6ffiQ"i55f'S V .- . .. V. ' . a V.., V A James R. Cromwell Mary E. Crow Samuel J. Crow I Lacombe, La. Camilla, Ga.. Asheville, N. C. Adelphian Socieiy Phi Della Theia Sidney A. Daf'fin Panama Ciiy, Fla. John C. Davis Norden W Davis Greer, S. C. Pi Kappa Alpha Ronald L. Davis Carlersville, Ga. Bela Thela Pi W. A. Davis, III Newnan, Ga. Kappa Alpha William F. Davis Decafur Ga. V . .... ,7,., .,.,. "V:1i.'::":- 'fi " V V. J.. f as 2 6 . " was A Phi Delia Thefa s 32225.25 V Ju ia fi"-ff' L ' . u ' ., , a zz ' . . 'Vfg f 1 V ali' V- 7 .fa ' 7 V r 414472-.iff ' f 1 fff 1 X Q f f ' W I 1 , 1 4 , , f ,', V V Chicago, lll. Bela Theta Pi ffzififzifii? New f 'if' i .n w ' . , ' l.,V.-,. .., , yn-.V . V,.,.,,V af . .. . . - 4 . 22 ,aff Diane Daily Allanla, Ga. Anchora i " fig 1 5 A? L . ' 1 Frank T. Dag, Jr, Allanfa, a. Chi Phi Pi Kappa Alpha ' ' 1. iff' 2 : ?:.V " i "" , a-V.. Malaga si 1. V,q:aa:V,a:5r A -aa .V.,.ay- -- 'V s, ,..,VV,ff.q-Va ' .ll.4'f,,.:j V James W. Dees Cleo Da"-fl Aflanla, ea. Marshallville, Ga. gf-:-fiffv gf jv Sigma Nu Chl Club -vzfrfifflx fi, " ,f-.2 - "" V V 1-fb . -'.,..:::' . ' V , J , 'YS Roberl E. Dobson 5fHnleY l-- D-HHIBIS , W-' 'al V , Nashville, Tenn. Allanla Ga. ' , g " .5 3 ' Tau Epsilon Phi R. Donald Dorminey Thomas F. Dowling Tiflon, Ga. Gadsden, Ala., Phi Della Thefa Sigma Alpha Epsilon 57 FPTZTEV' " """fITmYS5fI'Cf8.'?2 ' 4 ' L . ,, 1 5-,Q :J-Q35 .X .4 5 , . .: Q.5:tL"1- L:-ff .. fi iii'-'f'IF':,I. ,. ..,:.5a1Y5.."" 1 4 .. 1E":' ' '-- 'i l r K. V. ,..i..:x - ' ' ' f - " . l "' -"- r f "8 N " ' ' ---'v' .f""EP-f'f'S2s AW: Roberi Ivan Doyal W""am A' Dfosl' " 9 Wrens Ga. .s1:-wr a Aflaflla. 6- ' .. 1 Delta Tau Della ":Ii:. '9ZSffi fJ""ff5i f2??3'?E1iTifhQ33S j Q asr::.x::xw.rz1f4:s1 aweagease L+. m n J. Faile Jr. Roberf L. DuPont, Jr Fug, a h S C mmm, ea. Us aw' ' ' Phi Della Thefa V' N ,Q nf! I Lessie June D-yal McRae, Ga. C Jan Edens Easley, S. C. Befa Thela Pi Roberf E. Fergason Gadsden, Ala. Alpha Tau Omega Joseph H. Ferri Laurel, Miss. Jack T. Fields Porr Jefferson, N. Y. Phi Della Thefa Sruarl Wood Edwards Anna Lee Embrey William, E- EHSJQI1 Jacksonville, Fla. Allanla, Ga. RQSSVIJJE, Ga. Kappa Alpha Anchora Phi Della Thela William C- Fink Charles L. Firesfone Greenville, S. A+Ian+a, Ga, F r e S h m a n Sigma Alpha Epsilon' Tau Epsilon Phi , ' if :iig- , ,. .f-"1 'eff Sp ' ,gf 5 F 1 2 f Af 4 , su J A 9 P Q 5 ,f g X , C N A '23, 4 f J I .. , . 1. .. ar- ' ' -13 f- -gixwggggz, . f 7 3331325945 .- X ,A ,. 2 ' , 4 ,J . ff: X " 4 l ,f ,f Q 5 M 4 f 'a W ' J 1 M. , 4 S , 231 R :.:" , ' - . f . L . ' Pt, 5, .-my J , 1 f James B. French Birmingham, Ala. , l -L: g 1. .X ,- - f if .. J 1-32:2 1. 1 .54 - Q , , ,,. , ,.... , . ... . . :' K. w F 1, E' .' ,.4 . A . X.gg.ff, ,, , 5' - I . - " 'l':5Ei:,.""'v' '. .,,. ........ . , "4 . f . lra J. Friedman New York, N. Y fa- L Elaine Fladger Decatur, Ga. Kife Club George E. Fuller f . Decalu r, Ga. X' 'if Morfon L. Esan Miami, Fla. ' Tau Epsilon Phi Bernie J. F-ogel Miami, Fla. Tau Epsilon Phi Malcolm C. Esfroff Augusfa, Ga. Alpha Epsilon Phi James Arfhur Ford Rome, Ga. Sigma Nu class X, .N Bela Thera Pi Tau Epsilon Phi Sigma Chi .. John Alex Freeman Chalfles R- Gal' Albany, ga- Covinglon, Ky. Nicholas T. Frangias Greenwood, S. C. Arnold Harvey Fram Florence, S. C. Alpha Epsilon Pi sa Leonard A. Fowler Milledgeville, Ga. Phi Delia Thela X J X X - R 1 ' X X wx William Garoni Greenville, S. C. Phi Delia Theia .fssrfgw x '- . H E NE' .. . X 1 ,+ K f' xg X? J ml 1 is x '7 John M. Gearon Allanla, Ga. Pi Kappa Alpha Jann L. Glenn, Jr. Roberr H. Gold Laffy G- Goldsfein . , ,, Hinsonlon, Ga. Allanla,'Ga. Th0ma5V'll?- Ga: Sigma'Nu Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha EP5ll0f1 Pl K ee. - Larry H. Glassman Herberf B. Goodman I ' . 'F TAflanTa, Ga. D , Savannah, Ga- I ,. Sw gg i .1 5 K LA Q' K au Epsilon Phi zaafazz?-Qgrr Alpha Epsilon Pl Z.. ,, ,Mm E ,..-y,,- Sggfg-1. Yi ' " ,T '- - 235 1521 ..',f, ,Q . 1' . ' , ' '-I ' ' - . . "-', 57 ,1 4, "' Vjgegsi-1:5 H d G d mis., ' Ei' Billy Lee Gillilan aw., S. n f' oxfll' + OE man ss- . D lf G . ij2.3?1:'.ff '- 7 Qi... an a, a. ' L ' "" ames . 00 rum e111T,'l,,'g',,,i'f5,e" aa. Tau Epsilon Phi Pafricia L, Green Decaiur, Ga. Alpha Sigma Della Fred L. Greiner Sf. Peiersbuvrg, Fla. Alpha Tau Omega 4 5' X ffif -1-1 --f ,f-- . V ,. ,..,.,f.., ,QE . . s l .as ge 4. 53 f I 1 4' - james W.. Griffin Larry D. Grimes N '--- 6 ,. ailfsonvllle. Fla- I Gadsden, Ala. .: ,I , 5.1.5-gg '. ,' A Ml' apple' Alpha Sigma Alpha Epsilon ff: 5' - . Allen E. Groves " ' A' Q., 1 C1237 Th W H 'I Us - Q . . omas . ami ion Larry F. Hackney .gn " ' f .-"'-'wel jg gyz Sarah C. Hamilfon Aflanla, Ga. ' V, i . 'f .W -mi Manhaggefl N, Y, i A 1' ,, ij ' , 1 I William H- Hallev -iii -.fa . 1 . 'A - -at 1 l' Alton v. Hallum, Jr. , All-iflla. 65' 'fl ' , ,. M Q' , ' : Aflranfa, Ga. faux, Kappa Alpha ..., ,f M , W Wrbw 1 XL . Kappa Alpha , .ma 123 . . :bl p f . U-i He- I A s ' l lies. , ' Roger A. Haiosy Charles G. Haldi Roberf W. Haldi t V. f M ' Cedarlown, Ga. Allanfa, Ga. Allanla, Ga. .N . ' , '-7 Sigma Chi Sigma Chi James H. Hammond Allanla, Ga. .4 1 X wg l, 'Q , knit X 4, John D. Hanson Columbus, Ga. c , r-G1 ,T X. J. Tommy Harper Florala, Ala. freshman -4 ,nd v X . Roberla P. Harris William S. Harrison A. K. Haynes, Jr. Allenfa, Ga. Aflanla, Ga. Allanla, Ga. Anchora Alpha Tau Omega 1 ,am 'Q E ' JB A YI' sf , '...,. .. P, v. l X Roberl' Q. Head Brunswick, Ga. Phi Della Thela C. D. Henderson Aflanfa, Ga. Sigma Nu Fred C. Heide W. Palm Beach,.Fla. Bela Thela Pi class 1' - 2 l 2. - iz 1 -' A - Q. ' . -f . ,. . . ,.. . b - ,.,, Q n Mk., , gif, .gt ' f, 1, l I if W W H ,. , ,.,. I Mr. ,.,, I ,N V: ' sv . 1, ' , : 1 . - . , -... -A f ...J if . I I . - . . mat x- . a.as,sezi,z-1.4-.fy . -iff H s . ye, A ,Q w1i45.,:af:qz4f '! 35 M x, is C ' , 'L 'f -25 , 1' "ff'?'3i1sf.f Q Roberi H. Hubbard James H. Hudson H- R- HU9'l'l95. JY- .L t H y -,,g5gfa':3,-U fp-fi Easf Poinf, Ga. Allanla, Ga. Aflanfa lea- :.f 'f2'f'.' Q Sig ma Nu K ',f-5- 24151, , fig if 'f " f ' ."1::'w-2feis:' 4fa .11 ., ra . . .f - 1232 , f w i A 1-aff' rg --f , f,.f:r:sfarf ,z ..f. .,1,.f, :'.-.zmvlw 1-1:a:.zp,gf:,fq--'f .. ' R' 'P John F- Hough- Jr- '-UF"'e E- l'lUmbe".g' " " . Aflanfa. Ga. Mluedgevmey G., I 1 " 79- ' ... if ' f . .f .Vl,:3i-'l"?Q1if4E"211 if V """ . . -- if J .. . . '-sh ls L55-uw .T',..:l. f P. Hxggmbolham, Johnny M. Hunlergg ,M .,. .,,. ..., A .al .,,. . , . A , syh- x .Ziggy Jr. Aflam-al Ga' VE ..,. A Thomasville Ga. ' fm. - ' 44.-?..zs lf.. A . Sigma Nu . .lf , , 'v:'. f:.'-,z4'Lf-M, Mary A. Hickey Allanla, Ga. Tom B. Ingram Phil Z. Israel Edison, Ga. . Alpha Epsilon Pl G. Pearce Jenkins Ronald P. Johns Thomas L. JOl'IFl5 LaGrange, Ga. Marieffa, Ga. Marlelffa, Ga. Phi Della Theta Alpha Tau Omega Chl Ph' Joe H. Hurlbul Jacksonville, Fla. ' Kappa Alpha Dehryl A Jackson Griffin Ga Klle Club Alfon M Johnson Valdosia Ga Sigma Ch: Jaiksonvikie, Fla. A h- a -h nc or appa p a Marilyn E. Johnson Cleve R. Jones Panama Ciiy, Fla. Easfman, Ga. Sigma Chr 11' Carol n F. Johnson if Alllanfa, Ga. 9 Pi Sigma --3fQ f ff . ...r Ma.,-.,a , ., , ' W :""gf', 1 Jfy' " ' Jacqueline Johnson Ailanla Ga, Alcoa, Tenn. Allanla, Ga. , ,. - lf i -T 4 X' T -'XX-xr--an 5,-.. H -- V -:.-.xv-925 - V rfexfsa :H - V -af., 'X- -wig? -V XV .X-,vig , - .X-a.a' W ,.--2 :Q-ff s' - ' I. - h V-,ff if .f '-Zi-i" f' fi l l P '. R-v' f - ' L"' M X 4 - -.1 1 - ,Q 1- -.:aXV.,.Y,-.e,- ffVgssa:p::Q:,z:- ..:qA:,:,,,g:.- mwxgeg -X-- Y 2 -,, ' x ' f "' - ' - E. 475:-.52 59 .. .rea-NY' - 'hrlr nfl! 'T ., .1 . 1- ' ' .H ' - -,,X,X:' a"'-,V T X gi., .. X fl .: -, . ,-' If 7, Eliza belh C. Jones George W. Jones ,ga ,.,lfi,Em . .. .X Jack D. Jones :ga gg ' gf Decalur, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. X Pai KellY Taacaa. Ga. - . ia Alpha S-afha Daha Alpha Tau Omega Aflanfa'ccif' ' f'1 " U 5, ,.1:2r:r' , sz-3S5:.'bSj:'1'2q '-r.:X lg ma 1 . ' V . T ff. .. Qhriifrgg ' x 1' - azz ' .a ., f -1i1:' ,e.5v ....'.g.g.:.,,-. ,-g.X.:.,,g.,,-, f . ' .a.a - Macon Ga '2:rj.7' . h .. fi' 'g'f'13E ' Charles J. Kelly, lll ' ' M '-fa.. 'A 1' I ' v 5 4155-:- , All l' G 2 -,--f f - ,. - . , aw.-. .ezf-fl-:cgi--V-:V.' an av 5- Kappa AW' ' X 5 Same 'NU ' W' 2. -, ,ll V " -- 'V , . ,V' . . , . . -raw'-:. aw-' :Ts ' ' -:- 2525...-1 V,-f:J.V :1-1-.Hawk-: f:::-f::i:'af- 311. I-TNS. ' - . Neil A. Kam . . ff S Donald M- Kea 11" P T Sigma Chi TV .5'ff1IX . F 5lQ'TTa l 'ia-52 V " 1 .7 -,,gjc" .,.. 415524 . JY., 12.1 - -:- vp .- 'Q ,. "'521 "ifiiEiE': , 'i l - f f ' A . 2 a ..,.l. , .... . V V- ,. -"' A ' Pete C. Kapelanakos W, G. Kaflbah, Jr. Sylvia S. Kaufman gg, ' , ' . ir' 53E'j'Q:'aZ'.1i, - - ' ' ,,f.' ,-. :lf 3'-f5'Z'?:I ' ' R' ,g . jf? 5' , Abbeville, S. C. Jacksonville, Fla. Old Greenwich. Conn- f- ' ,M .55 .:-X .V . .,., , am 1-4-kafah . - -51.1. , 3 h .- ..,V,,.4-,wg 1 ,X -,-5,-,ag:..5a:54,-pgg:5:' .f C. G. Kemper, Jr. Mary A. King Allanfa, ea. ,,.. I T Y Anemia, ea. Pi Kappa Alpha 7 Kile Club -3 W 5 --5g 5g'S,j gf V ' , ' 5 . K X X " ' ' Decafur. GB- ,. l j -1 5 5' Tampa, Fla. Alpha Tau Omega , ,. 'V " .2 X Kappa Alpha ..5.fs -we vc -. v-ff.-g,:,f " , ,V-ep: Xs ,gg ' f , . V. T . I ,,., J' " ' " ff f. X- ffl" 4:51-:' :li '-vii " TIES ' '- ' . . , .. .,.. ., , . . X . MBTY K- Kenf f J gf' L2.Xe - C- R- K'll'n95"0"lll DeCalur's6a- i Noflh Augusla' 5' C' Adelphian ocie y ly ' R axe? ' V- My -1 " -1 " ' 4 :E.f:',,:f:,.'5: X' -:X ,, ggjztsfrffqgi 'W j' 'J ,- -' ' , . -2.-if: X- -v iva-:'. ah ..:- ' 3-saab . ' - ' J , if 'J -. - VN, ia. 'SEQ freshman Jeannine E. Chamblee Richard T. Monlgomery, Phi Della T Kingry , Ga. Lee Ala. hela Rufus C. Kirkland Douglas, Ga. Bela Thela Pi Henry D. Knighl' Thomasville, Ga. Roberl B. Lefsinge Phi Delia Thela Kalherine W. LeGuin HampTon, Ga. Kife Club I' Jane K- Kerr Wilson J. Kerr James W. Kershaw Allafjfa. Ga: Miami, Fla. Decafur, Ga. Adelpihnan Socsely Sigma Chi Jimmie Pensa co a h Phi , T12 ' Reginald D Kurfiss Roberf A chman Groveland Fla Miami Beach, Fla Sigma Chl A pha Epsilon Pi 'F' ,' ' - 1j"Ir.F.55.f5i2i3iZf ,. ff. iV-- ' in X- Neaza. 'I' ""' J V , XS A 2 X e Sl J' K , . . ,A V X X X K X l P' 4 2 X, X X :X X? .X XX .X g Xa w 1? , I .V .XXXN . Carol A- Levs Rudy N. Liiilefield DSCGlUT. Ga- Decafur Ga. lpha Sigma Della Chi phi 1. we .vi fy . X - I e ' 4 ff .ga ,X 1i'ZL..i.,--' i ,eg 533.-51-31, ,gl :V Q9 V- iz.. 1' 05 ' -.f 4 A ' ,f ' . - 2 W rf Q ' X pf' I f Z2 if . ' 5 1 XX 6 X V gy ,XZ ba f , 1 "',f , Zim' 4 :6. .Z lf' ' iii, " Y i V za -41 .-Z4g:1::3 Q ,44-mlm Allen Deca QX, ww , X G ':5V me -:Q - f 'gwg-sayg:-gf.. . ,X ...... , 1, fn - . ...va-a-fe aa T- - 1,-an '-,g1' gsg:Va?rg2'-5:2 - 5- Q " 4 Q 1 3 Es 'C fm ' rl. -lim H- NCCU-Il'l9 William McDonald W. Palm Beach, Fla. 'Pelham' Ga. Alpha Tau Omega Sigma Nu class Ronald M. Lamm Sparlanburg, S. C. -1X-1---.1-ra,-V .S X ...Q ,X 3' T T X . X X X X X . , X Q X 'ati il XX ax f if 0 Q S' 6 'X X 1 . i .aa si Q -X R, E+. iggg-.X ' ' A P551 X' " ' :I P. fur Long , Ga. Kappa Alpha x V X Q X Y a X X A 4 X X b X X 3 X gi XX X XNNY X is XX X 4, XXX X - ., :.- 9, -::,, .j.:. :fi-'gn -gif! X ev' i . 5, 1 Leo Bo L. Lancasler galusa, La. Kappa Alpha XXV 955: T' . X IX, . W ' 5 X ",'f1.:: "NT P w George A. Luiher T-rs. . Sigma Nu Hurley A. Langford Pensacola, Fla. Sigma Alpha Epsilon K Xxx X XX XX X X X XTX Q X , X X X X X XX an X X X XIQ X is Xe 4 XX X X X X K X Xf XX NX NS X X Jennifer A. Lyle Allanla, Ga. Pi Sigma - - - 'SE-'-Ei-:.:X' . ' X XX . -' . .XXXSX XXX 1 ASW -. Ya xx . if if s- STL- V XSL. -.fl a 'I. -X, s. . Xb - ."X X - X N X 2 Ml b ,. X E al XX A X5 X X X . 'X T53 " 2 XXXQ 2 X 5 gal a XX XXX X XXV N X! William S. McCarly Dallon, Ga. Phi Della Thefa 'r Wiifaig .QQ 1 i 'a - lf' ,. l.-ig.: H . . - .. ,,--, l +A A... ' . '---:af H. Annision, Ala- ,..,, ,-.. ,,,.,.,7,,,, 4 2' T .e N "V, John D. McFarlan William R. McGinly Sigma Alpha Epsilon Y s 9 1, ' S. 5' U1 J I Jr ' , x li X . X . W, Mclderley, Jr. QV Aflaflla. Ga. Moullrie, Ga. V" li 'E ' Neill A. McKinnon Pensacola, Fla. ' Sigma Alpha Epsilon . X . X , . f ' H. L. Mefcalf, Jr. Bainbridge, Ga. Phi Delia Theia' K I Y 5 fu M 335 .55 , ,W V s se V ' .V l 5 s K-' - 3 5 ' 'fda 4. ., , 'f . Gerald L. Moore Daylona Beach, Fla. Barbara J. McKnighf Macon, Ga. Adelphian Socieiy mv T Z Q . J, F L 5' r 5' ' ,' :rp 'wen Alan Jay Mandel Aflanfa, Ga. Alpha Epsilon Pi John R. Middlemas Panama Ciiy, Fla. Alpha Epsilon 'HECS' Ralph Edwin Miller Largo, Fla. Phi Della Theia 1.9 , .-, is V -. ,j.,,,, , V , "" . Q fi " ' . 9 , .Z , , wiv Q, V JN 'gj,1,,,Q Ralph L. Morgan ' - B'ham, Ala. Alpha Tau Omega 4, -- , .5 4541: Simpson C. Moore Ailania, Ga. Ti 'Q ' E A..q: , .i .:, il, . ' E ag. fffzjl.. f f Hhs , , . ' ,Zh " 'iivf h S Mi l V ., ,k,, V V- I ,., , V o n .h a one Q '57 4, ,ry '- ,-fy Z- lf' Jeclcsdnville, Fla. K 1' Phi Della Theia 1 " "' - . rf ...QQ 55-45-- V . aw,-f 1- 13.-' g, , ' Walfer E.-Mackoul " Jacksonville, Fla. ' fl Dannie Sue Mackie R l xx , s Q 11 F John R- McLane Mary C. McLaughlin John W. McLean Si- PEi9f5bU"Q. Fla- Macon, Ga.. Ailanfa, G Adelphian Soclefy .-efq-'--- - 1 -- ' i ,F . ig X-, , , Q. 1 J B. Decafur, Ga. ' 11,5 gf L-1455 s4?'ag1:5'Vf , . , . 1 V f ' .-44, , ,,,., V - .aff--'4 -, f' jew V f X, f Q - 'VW : V .aw iff! Kira Club gf H - . - ' ae '-24 -4. f 1,5 ' Tom W. M-eighan A Ailianfa, Ga. .- , Sigma Nu . W, , l , .,f5::.2.,e 7.5229 .51 '-171. ' 'sri-.QQ-, , - i g ii?-., Marilyn Mayl- Ailania, Ga. James W. Means Arlania, Ga. Chi Phi D- L- MBQSSG. JF- Roberl R. Massey Jeanne H. Maflhews lf h S.Mai-shpailvrillee G--T Jackgonvillelih Fla. AI Eecgiur, Ga.l r e S m a n lgma P 5 PS' on lgmo I p 5 igma De 'ld C a S S ... -an LR' William D. Milligan Ann Milor Wilhemina B, Milfon Savannah, Ga. Sigma Chi Macon, Ga.. Waycross, Ga. Adelplllan S0C'9lY Adelphian Socieiy ,, ..,.. , .wa Q ,,A, , - - - . 3 H .-ss: -5 ' , is X A -.Li . f , s I' 552 fr 45", 9 1 3235, J me .5-I a , 'M-Q., y i. , , f sg,- 5-. 1s.,g'-..zf', ' ::1?,?3 , ' '12 , Y , 71335 Eff' X" . ...'2Pi.f PYLE' , f. 1, I ' .. izfifl' 'M FL sf E o "Q 'l J Maxine Grace A. Morris Allania, Ga.. Allania Della Sigma Epsilon C. W. Morris Miami, Fla. Delia Sigm .',:,3:-,,,," .-, '- V ... '.,lf.11W,.E,:?EQ Lggjjqif, ".'zl::.5Q43.W .:...- 4 .1 ,V -- ge- 3-V, 1 , , 5 r ,, 9' , .Ver '521:::V::-' iw - Zz' 5' Y- - - 'I fr: . fm- ' - ' 2-1 - 41 . -- .A . -,g-:'.r',11xgV. 357- ,g f lf- "if: Martin T. Myers Nina L. Narmore Allanfa, Ga. Ailanra, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega Adelphian Socleiy Morris Mifchell ,..,.paa- , J . 96 . a Epsilon - ' ICN William J. Morris Miami, Fla. Riley E. Mifchell Toccoa, Ga. Roberf D. Mohr Sf. Pelersburg, Fla. Alpha Tau Omega ,. f .-1 N , f 'xg-,gif lr 2 ' f 41. :rar- sw . . . ' -- 11:3 , 5 .. . Jane F. MurPl'lY Macon, Ga., Adelphian SOCIETY 'i -.. ' , .. Qi! ' " f l Q. lv , 5 i D l 6. Musselman ogali-k City, Ufah K 4 ' .4- +. , . if 4.1 , .gy , Q, S A swiss X 1 2 We - - ' ,D - :I -Z-if '1. - sl " g ' 'x x . I - ' '.: V w William M. O'Neal Ocala, Fla.. Sigma Chi ...rv--w--ygf-fv:"frg-egqgfy If 'X , V,2,, H , .9 - 1 f X v 1 w., f . ' , , 2 2 + ' X fx J, -- X . V 1 i. Mag. Morris A. Osborn Winler Park, Fla. W. B. Osborn, Jr. Hialeah, Fla. Fernando E. Neuman William Norman San Juan, Puerlo Rico Hapeville. G6- N. J. Pappas, Jr. Savannah, Ga. William C. Parrish Kensinglon, Ga. Margarel L. Filzgerald, Ga. Pi Sigma I Joseph MCG. Perry ' Allanla, Ga. James T. Pennell Columbus, Ga. my A, , .,.,.,l,4.3?,.gi...:.,V, f- f ' . ,V 'N l M. Sara O'Shields Rosa Marie Overcash Charles R. Pannell V I Aflanla, Ga. Savannah, Ga. Sylvesler, Ga. ,, - i1f:,f:5 Pi Sig ma - Q Joseph R. Parroll' orlando, Fla. 3175 3 52 , sigma Chi , . X ,V - . . V ,s., f "" ' 1 ' Davis Bulloch Pale ' , A '15 ff' A - ,, Cordele, Ga. ' fr K .f.-'vi ,s K lil: , . 1. .ff5fF' A Z, f' '2--fx 5 , f em- Il , V A -.:.: wifi.: '-2 .21-sa -' .. Va Vw , . it . V . Q, Danny M, paulk pul, f . A A- Fred Mccanfs Peed Ocllla, Ga.. 22:2 IIQQ -9 512 V 1 . Fl, Myers, Fla. Bela Thefa Pl , ' 1 '25 Sigma Chi ire Roberl H. Purdy Bremen, Ga. shman Barbara J. 'Peacock William L. Pearce David H. Pearson Avondale, Ga. Barlow, Fla. Miami, Fla. Alpha Sigma Della Kappa Alpha Chi Phi .QV rn ., -5 I :SEE-5:52.-il.-:.e24.4. .,-.. , .ew ..,V,. . '- .... , r y , ..l. ' I V .411 ' fe- ,E "" 5 Joe G, -Poole James E. Pollerfield James W. Powell 1 I Brevard' N, C, Allanla, ea. Nashville, ea. '- ,by Chl Phi Bela Thela Pi ' 15' if-l , .... N - ' ' f Q A VE ik ' W -115. ' . . - - - , Q .1 A I Y .lu Grace GV Phlhps William W. Prince ff- X-gf' ' ' -Allanla, Ga. Allanla- Ga- ' - . "fg S2vl,:v ,V Sigma Nu ', V. ' ' Clarence N. Pefly gif? , ., -,f,,,5 , pu , -2 Vfl. -1 'R Phi Delia Thea 1 K 1 ji r . . Q 'ff-if "" K f2ff:".L31zie5s: V. Q. 'fi " ,, 's,-',,, . ' "fw- " " 1 1 f :V . V . - , . ,M Ve 2- -, zffq-'.s-55.52515 Richard F. Perry ' u Yi gf- :f ' 5 Fo rl Lauderdale, Fla. 22, - ' -f ' f- fair- - . sigma chi ' . g ,E . , :V ' QU H Vfmvf. T111 ww? , I :-,eggs . - A V Arlhur l.. Reynolds Kenneth' H, Reynolds Freddie W. Rich V5 ' ,Q V V l x l Mayfield, Ga. Marrefla, Ga. Allanla, Ga. . fl' W -' Sigma Nu Sigma Nu Tau Epsilon Phi W e " . 5-5:1 2-:i.f:1:1:,gVE4' A3127 3:-:p1 Z22,:V. ,, :-.fe ' ,.e'f"w... -' Qji? 4' , .f'. 2: '- - ',-' - ara' . ..5'1:g,a-:yy .: .: Gary Oser Richman :g1i??'2"l gy ef Robeyf A. Reed Afrlanla ea. . -, V ,Z Marlella, Ga. I. . . , Alpha Epsilon Pl I V iv li X c hi. ,,,,V., 55.1, ,,,, ,,,,,. ,Z A,,. g,.v , ,k,.: g : ' ' - 1. l -1211.55 35' ' -' f ' -V F" fi 1 1-QE' ' ifffiil J - ' .2 JE-fb ' A 'l 'f . - " . Qi. ,V ,.,. .5 '- V ,V 1? M . V.V.2..Ernes'l W. Rackley Jr. 2 iw MBCON. GB- Viz ' - 5552 ' ,-" fi - Kappa Alpha , . , C., V - l 2 ,lv Y V A L: - x I 5 :L , ' . , Z George Kerry Robb Michele Sylvia Robin Tampa, Fla, Philadelphia, Po. Della Sigma Epsilon class James B. Pruill' Jr. Anderson, S. C. Pi Kappa Alpha Carol D. Puckell Allanla, Ga. Alpha .Sigma Della -T3 ' N' 'l ' Xe, -X ' '- f1-fF:X'- . X: Q : K 45:53 ' QXQQS V..f -- A - X H - S . Qu , ge. ,Q . QF' 3 xx Ns, 5 X W X QQEE, . , , Q , ' ll" - ' W. H. Rivenbark 'ff Hopewell, Va. I M X Pi Kappa Alpha "" 2 "R 53 L 1- -is-H -- . - .....,,. V at . . sf 1 Ss:::'iww 4 . X X X 'N SQ R ' K X xx X X ,. VM.. ,Axe M ..V. -V. .X ,.--f.. ,she-3.1 A R A X X X SX A on W is if 5 SE f QS '55 . X gi r X C. M. Rizer Jr. Wallerboro, S. C. Bela Thela Pi .X - ., U. C-f 5 . -. - .J ' pi Laugh ' Q 1 sr A . l i ' x l . Q Herberl Rose Milledgeville, Ga. ,, an ..-.J-ri . ml, 5 X Beverly M. Scarboro Allanla, Ga. Pi Sigma lreshm Tommy A. Siachos Greenville, S. C, Phi Della Thela ,4 vh 'win , -. 51 4 . 9 ,..I.4.fs..,, , . 1, ! QA -. ,. . f' . .1. ..,. at :J f.,.: ,. , ' -.':5!5f:i5EifiZffEtE:':.p!'3fQi '15 X ' John R. Smith Columbus, Qa. Kappa Alpha I .J 4 3 e 'j , ,4 i - .i is ,lay L i . Q21 . 1 ll. -f ile . . l' M. L. Rosenbloum Claylon, Mo. Alpha Epsilon Pi P James M. Schafer , Allan1a,Ga. Alpha Tau Omega A Alan L. Rosenfeld Allanla, Ga. -... , 4' X sv.- fg., ,. J A Denis 6. Schiff Pensacola, Fla. all ' -1 J use-11':+ ':' .-:nf -az ' ':. 1 ' ff Q.-.e.f. . ., Zi 5' r .1 rg' I 7 f' if ie 5 l Q. ,Q l fs 1 , T 'E' . "ffl 'Q' , , ' . fr af .iilgfi by 'f ' . .f'j-,gl2'i .121 1 fa 3 i 'f' .x .2 . 1 my '.-Q .l , ., , .fr , ii 1 in 1 4 f x V, k i i' X if 2954. 1 ii Frank A. Roescher Roberl Rooks Allafllai Ga. Blo-unfslown, Fla. C. T. Rumble Jr. Macon, Ga. Phi Della Thela Alp I is , as l - l Sigma Chi Barbara J. Russell Racine, Wis. ha Sigma Della wi. lil Howard S. Schneider Steve A. Schulman Panama City, Fla. Mi ami Beach, Fla. Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Epsilon Pi Jack P. Saussy Savannah, Ga. Kappa Alpha Jack B. Sarlain Aflanla, Ga, Peler B. Russell Allanla, Ga. William H. Sellers Georgefown, Ga. .l 1-.. 'V 'W ' Mariorie E. Self Arlanfa, Ga. i as x . Royce L. Scofl Jr. Allanla, Ga. Chi Phi class . Wllllam G. Sims Richard J. Sloblom Thomas C. Skinner Pembroke, Ga- Carlersville, Ga. Arlanla, Ga. Kappa Alpha John C. Sawyer Leesburg, Fla. Sigma Chl Edwin B. Shiller W. Palm Beach, Fla. Alpha Epsilon Pi es' . Cggnfon N' Sims Helen A. Smafhers 4 Pembroke, Ga. , ClTa,2l,?5lfE1I. C- ...W M, , ' 9 U Q-.-.fseS.' 1-if-.21 1.2 :. v,wfzq..u .. . ,, . ,f a' ff. . .,::... '-.g:.:,g.g-f asf..-ef .. .N . .sig-v . . Aa.. fe ..2f.,r,:.f' Barry D. Simmons i- Clyde C2 Smnh Jr- Mhens. Ga- BfPnSW'Ck' 96- Al h E silan Pi . H Ph' Della Thefa p a p .. ., .. W 4 -. Y 14- 'M-.' " ' w r fe- . V-.fyfiw was 11- we e - -7:2115 wa, -f.w,.f.W-wwwmye my ,- .- ',awr:-21wf:-w:z:r-1. P , K ' : V ' '- ' f .xl , r fi? .1152 gf f f- , ', : - .Kgh f Q ,aff -5ij3g"i' ,,x '- ' ' . .Q 1 f "l' -' . " .. . , . ' e .fi Ljgnfl E-dfmfh, W.. ,.- - 5. !f1.- 1- ' - sf ., 'airs 2'-1: 2.--:P . lbs: 1ff:f 4. ' .Q M-:wz2:z.'. TQ"f', - 5' I . 'Q ..,., . . ' Marcus D, Smifh Jr, Fred W. Snell Jr. Bill J. Sonenshine V Jacksonville, Fla Rome, Ga. Ware Shoal 5. S. ' -rrf- . Sigma chi Kappa Hehe Nphf- EPM P' .r Q -9' Margaref A- Smhh Richard R.. Skcruvlron In ,. V.. Aflanfa ga Iaml. B- ' " 11 f2'- - ' ' - 1- 2:?1xzz3'5u5:x3g. 'G aia 5. ":f14E- . . ., .. . . . .. ,. . ,.... . , ...... .. Bela Thefa Pl f. 'P' 1 ' f , 'l6j22Ag4,g5 .V W ww . .. . ef -- , . 4 g , 4 l . . . . 'T ' ? - as fi 'Q . -T Ll P- .aw--, . - .... ,. Q ,, ...Q V. .1 - .. 1. Lewis M. smnh .i James 5' Siewafl Aflanfa Ga Gasfonla. N- C- Sig ma Alpha Epsilon '1.'f:z.-W' 2's:e.2 "u1:E' -' 1: mf ei.. 1.1: - f-1ff:'d15:, :f.5.ai5-fff' 13:1-' . N, '-wg -r.' - P' P A f , Mecklyn o. sfackmn DGCBTUF- 95- Harold E. Sloul' Jr. Ernest A. Swanson Allanla, Ga. Miami, Fla.. Sigma Nu Bela Thela Pl Chi Phi - "'i Y , , P1 ' . . o V: EQ.6,. , P X :ye i QV Q K SN o 4X4 7 5 A 9 s Q ,i 4 Q , as X A N WW 5 -New .-.- -,.--. . :,.-a-.,.o.:.,.-:.-:,:.:ez: ,A X, ie Ni as X v ia X X K Weak 2 . eiaigg sa xiii Q. Q . . A .iss is ' ' ,, , . ,. x. ...,. 'X 5.1. I W. X , K -,ll Robert P. Taylor Carole Cook Tharp . ..-f i , . .V .f . 1 , , . N., 'Z fig::..QA'o.,'f'.: Roberf Joel Tharpe Aflanfa, Ga. A , A ' ..f-- ff" fi? 4, f , .,f I , K 5-EYE, .414-"i. ' Ji' ' 7 ' 'ii l ' 3 John David Uible Jacksonville, Fla. Kappa Alpha Marieffa, Ga. McRae, Ga. Kile Club i William R. Turner Lakeland, Fla. Kappa Alpha James.R. Thompson Guylon, Ga. Sigma Chi Donald R Turner Richard Cxly Tenn lre Befly Jane Webb Macon, Ga. Adelphian Sociely Sigma ,3ev i3. g" 'Lo -. -.org ff? 'Ev xg 9 ff' y 4 I ' ff 'QQ qi Q M gg, . o 3 Rain? . ..., , ,. - Aiwa 'iiofiiiiif 4f'e-f or , . 'Eff .-ties W"'f'. ---iff - hog: or 55.2545 f . . Q .. ,.,:,. E. , .:. "' . 1-2' fi ' .,:3.e2'-'ravi o ' 'QM' ' 11. 5 .27 12-7.552 2Sjo.Z"' 344965-.'gX124fh V7 lra Leon Tlllem G. Torres-Sabaler Jerry R, Tucker 1. -gy ev-fo,'? o fzi-zg. Allanla, Ga. C-5uayama,Puerlo Rico Ocillal Ga, V "" ' Q' - " V .1 Alpha Epsilon Pi Sigma Chi M 3 I 'I 1, " 1,--.ii 'S f " 4 A' " , . .A ff 31- 'Q . . ' I --.els James L. Walers Jr. A , A , . Allfmla- Ga- s z, wa... , M 1: "2-1' - V -f-- 1 ' ' ' ' ' G w Underwood as Q ' ' ' John T. wosdin ' ' - F . B G Allaflla- 95- -. . .f f' . femen- 6'- Chi Phi . . . Sem Alpha EPS"On , v a ' E:fg::z':zgg-4 we .jof-5 "" fe . . W., 3-75,3 .. - . ,R ,gg.:,z:'3551g.1,,-is-.,.. ., 1 l. .',-'Zvi 3. -, is 5.1: 3, .,5'.,L..5:fQi.4: 55:52, - -. H' -. 1 ': if ..-33 ., im' 1455.'gif-1:s:,:::5fv-is H -. .iff -1 fag :nav ., .,- 2,-:.o1maf.o3L : .. J- V I . rw-V--:f:I:f:1'-If'-'I-'-1-1 Ralph S. lgma in X bi-I Gocrtdqogl Vggren econ' a' ,- -. Al ha Tau'Omega Kappa Alpha p ' 9. , - ' F . .. .. A . oi William Palfillv Roberl Lee Waldrep Var' Valkenburq ll Greenville, S. C. Decalur,Ga. , s h m a n Virginia M. Webb William A. Webb Jerry F. Weingrad Valdosla, Ga. Brunswick. Ga. Allanla, Ga. Sigma Chi Alpha Epsilon Pi Angela J. Wells Louis Lane Wells Affanfa, Ga Gus Wallers Jr. Ocilla, Ga. Bela Thela Pi class , ,ae 4 .- fi ..-.ois96."" " A "":Wb'1 v- ' 1-I -ssffw Y ., . .. .. .nA,.:,:,..:4,iE:s I .. .- . - ' ' eo-Q. -z f . .,. -, ' ' " " ' . .. gr' '- 'E '35, , ' N' .s . A .54 ' ' - iggs.-.YN-ij ,Je Ea. 4:5-f 'f:-:-.s o. 'S-GZ'-. "' . ' .. .rn -x - ' ' ':.- M5 . ' " L ,.,11si..., .. F ' 1 ilifihl' i Pi Kappa' Alpha Allanla Ga Samuel A. Wells Decalur, Ga. Sigma Chi Decafur, Ga. Kife Club M. Sue Wells :Sa Gerald F. While Cedar Rapids, Iowa Alpha Tau Omega X . ' KX if '--1:-s-s-aw:-:Rc-Nlrix? X -4:3 - . ..o.:x.,s.f...- ,Q 23. X' QQ X Q2 ' ks O ex N xx N Ps, A K 355 s Q K - ' - 1 . iw " , :'-g"'.e1v5..-f- " 5' .. ' - . -- .. .wi-I . '- :.o.:.,1:'- " ' :Wei f- -5Xw.g.1fi . . 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Niagara Falls, N. Y. Aflanla, Ga. . - Milner, Ga. Sigma Chl Sigma Nu Alpha Tau Omega Sigma Nu Pi Sigma Sigma Chi NOT PICTU RED Mariella, Ga. John Alvin Wick A. Morgan Williams Joseph Rylon Wills Gordon D. Wilson Harrieff E, Wilson Thomas K, Wilson C, Don Worley MJm'a1gg'eJ,h?!r?ga I , . Phi Della Thela . Q .2-.HI l wi we Paul F. Wubbena, Jr. Larry E. Wynne Websler, Fla. Quincy, Fla. Tau Epsilon Phi Howard Adkinson Porfer W. Anderson Waller Bealer Andrew Chenggis Charles D. Clark Roger D. Dorminey James R. Dunn Mariorie W. Eggleslon Fay H. Floyd Dudley C. For? Warren W. Quillian Mrs. Frances J. Reed Anthony E. Reiger Elberl W. Schmifl Jr. Don M. Schreffler Robert L. Slaler Franz H. Slewarl Charles V. Williams William H. Willis Linda R. Gold James W. Hall Teddy Johnson Cleve R. Jones Maurice C. Laughlin Mary H. McClanahan Roberl L. McWilliams Jack A. Marsh Bernard P. Meinhardl 69 3 QQ 1' 8 ff 1 4 Business administration X school of business administration The Business School offers a two- year program in elements of Business Administration to upper division work. This year the Masters program has been added to the curriculum. The school be- gan its existence in 19195 how- ever, it was reorganized in 1945 and established itself in the Rich Memorial Building in 1947. The student body elects its own of- ficers, as well as the student council, and has a separate Honor Council. Beta Gamma Sigma re- cognizes outstanding scholarship, and Alpha Kappa Psi offers ad- vanced professional and social activities among its members. Dr. Gordon Siefkin, Dean of +he School of Business Adminisiraiion. The Rich Memorial Building, home of Emory's School of Business Adminisiraiion. Ambifious sfudenis of fhe Business School aiiempi fo improve iheir minds in fhe school library. 66 student government Q ' XX. w'F',H"' 'N , John Goff, Presidentg Bob Pinson, Vice- presidentg Bernie Haight, College Stu- dent Council Representativeg Bruce Wilson, College Student Council Rep- resentativeg Hugh Tarbutton, Business School Student Council Representativeg jerry Head, Business School Student Council Representative. lr" The Honor Council, left to right: George Perry, Bruce Wilson, Jerry Head. ! P' The Student Council, left to rightg Bob Pinson, Bruce Wilson. John GOH. Bernie Haight, Jerry Head. 67 John Goff, President of The School of Business Administration. alpha kappa psi 1 '56, ai r 3, E Alpha Kappa Psi, largest and oldest pro- fessional business fraternity, was founded October 5, 1904, at the School of Commerce in New York City. The aims of the fra- ternity are "to further the individual welfare of its members, to further scientific research in the field of commerce, to educate the pub- lic to demand higher ideals in business, and to promote business schools throughout the United States." Alpha Chi chapter was insti- tuted at Emory in 1926. Members of Alpha Kappa Psi, professional business fraternity. Officer and sponsor, Miss Beisy Blyihe. Oiiicers: Bob Pinson, President, Rad- ford Janney, Secretary, Gordon Steele, Treasurer, John Hines, Master of Rit- ual, jerry Head, Warden. Actives: john Goff, Tom Goodwin, Bernie Haight, Richard Reynolds, Bob Roberts, Hugh Tarbutton, Bill Steph- ens, Christy Wilkerson, Richard Agnor, Stanford Bagwell, Frank Burns, Jimmy Gentry, Pyo Han, Jim Milhous, Jim Sturgis, Ralph Antley, Lovett Briggs, Bill Crawford, Joe Davis, Seth Knight, Ed Pierce, Harvey Wilson, Norman Estroff, jack Horowitz, jack McDon- ald, Bob Northcutt, Charles Snitzer, Ashton Therrell. Group gathering of S.A.M. members in the Alumni Memorial Bulldm S. A. M. is composed of students who are in- terested in scientihc, modern management. The Society sponsors field trips to leading indus- tries in the area, presents outstanding speakers for the student body, and this year presented a conference on "The College Graduates, First Five Years In Business." Oflicersz' Gordon Steele, President, jerry Head, Vice-president, james jones, Secretary, Tom Goodwin, Treasurer. Members: jim Sturgis, Richard Reynolds, Jerome Shure, Stanford Bagwell, Emory Dock- ery, Bill Morris, Gene Hamilton, Alan Burn- ham, Seth Knight, Bob Pinson, Art Bullard, Dick Agnor, Jimmy Gentry, john Goff, jack Horowitz, Norman Estroff, David S. Franco, Bob Norrhcutt. Members of S A M gather for fhelr bl weekly meehng and business graduates Booker Cole Garvin Kaplan KHP Moskoyi-iz Owens Plymale g CLAUDE' H. BOOKER, Rome, Ga., pg Kappa phi- 0 WILLIAM O. ROBESON, Morristown, Tenn., Sigma Chi. LUTHER M. COLE, IR., coral Gables, Fla., Alpha Kappa pai. WALLACE RUSTIN, Nashville, Tana-, Sigma Chi. HETTE I. GARVIN, Decatur, Ga, BURTON R. SCHOOLS, Portsmouth, Va. DAVID KAPLAN, Atlanta, Ga., Tau Epsilon Phi. I- MARTIN TURBIDY, Rama, Gap, Kappa Alpha- O MARTIN L. KARP, Savannah, Ga., Alpha Epsilon Pi. ' I- WHITELEY WALDEN, Louisville, Ga. ALVIN L, MOSKQVITZ, Manchester, Ga. BRUCE W. WATTERS, St. Petersburg, Fla., Sigma Nu. ROBERT F. OWENS, Moolton, Ala., Alpha Kappa Gamma. DONALD E- WEANT, College Pafki G3-i Pi KQPPH Alpha- WESTON M, PLYMALEJ Macon, Ga' EMERY WHITE, Atlanta, Ga., Phi Era Sigma, Mu Sigma Rho. Robeson Rus-1-in . Schools Turbidy Walden Wallers Weani' While 70 .-Q, .9 V "L - fi. 3. ' V i . -, i V . K 4, , . WG' 552915- , ' X 15" -Qlft,1, '-ggi" 3391, ,W is . 'i V ,' 1 .H ' , - in , S' ff' -f i a. Hui: l f 1 ii F l 1 AVl'fleY Bagwell Beafy Burnham Burns Corcles O RALPH D. ANTLEY, Orangeburg, S. C.: Accounting. EUELL S. BAGWELL, Cartersville, Ga.: Society for Advancement of Management: Alpha Kappa Psi. IAMES T. BEATY, Valdosta, Georgia: Glec Club. LOVETT L. BRIGGS, Thunderbolt, Georgia: Management. 0 ALAN BURNHAM, Atlanta, Georgia: Accounting: Zeta Beta Tau: Hillel: Vice-President: Society for Advancement of Management. FRANK W. BURNS, Atlanta, Georgia: Finance: Chi Phi: Society for Advancement of Management. RONALD H. CORDES, Coral Gables, Florida: Management: Sigma Chi: Magister, Treasurer, President: Interfraternity Council: Treasurer, Executive Committee: Golf Team. ROBERT H. DOAN, Albany, Georgia: Accounting: Campus Club: President: Orientation Committee. i John Goff President of Business School' b u s i n e s s , g .. . s e n i o r s r . a. saff ..... i 1 9 5 5 Briggs Doan EMORY S. DOCKERY, Blairsville, Georgia: Sigma Nu. NORMAN L. ESTROFF, Sylvania, Georgia: Management: Alpha Epsilon Pi: President: Eta Sigma Psi: Hillel: Wheel: Sports Editor: Campus: Activities Editor: Phoenix: Alpha Phi Omega: Treasurer: Arnold Air Society: Adjutant: Interfraternity Council: Secretary: Society for Ad- vancement of Management: Alpha Kappa Psi. W. RONALD FARR, Atlanta, Georgia: Chi Phi: Society for Advance- ment of Management. CLARENCE FINLEYSON, Finleyson, Georgia: Sigma Nu. PAUL C. GARLAND, Morristown, Tennessee: Marketing: Sigma Nu: E Club: Society for Advancement of Management. IOHN H. GOFF, Atlanta, Georgia: Kappa Alpha: E Club: President: Track: Cross Country: Business School President: Alpha Kappa Psi: Society for Advancement of Management: Sophomore Class Treasurer: Junior Class Treasurer: Senior Class Treasurer: Student Publications Council: Traffic Court. P' .d Jr f ,,E,, Club ' Finlayson Garland Goff rest en o . 71 Docltery Estroff Farr FRED B. HIGGINBOTHAM, Tate, Georgia: Delta Tau Delta. I' business seniors 1955 Goodwin Haight Head Higginboiham Horowitz Jackson Janney Jones THOMAS WRIGHT GOODWIN, IR., Augusta, Georgia: Business Ad- ministration: Chi Phi: Alpha Kappa Psi: Society for Advancement of Management: Treasurer: Intramural Football. ASHLEY B. HAIGHT, IR., Atlanta, Georgia: Management, Finance: Chi Phi: Alpha Kappa Psi: Pi Kappa Delta: Phoenix: Managing Editor: Campus: Faculty Editor: Chairman Chapel Program Committee: Stu- dent Council: Interfraternity Council: Canterbury Club: Circle K: Orientation Committee. IERRY W. HEAD, Atlanta, Georgia: Management: Kappa Alpha: Treasurer: Alpha Kappa Psi: Warden: Business School Student Council: Society for Advancement of Management: Vice-President: Campus: Business School Honor Council: Business School: Treasurer. AMOS RADFORD IANNEY, LaGrange, Georgia: Chi Phi: Treasurer: Alpha Kappa Psi: Secretary: Sigma Delta Psi. IAMES L. IONES, IR., Decatur, Georgia: Accounting: Society for Ad- vancement of Management: Ex Officio, Student Conduct Committee. HARRY RICHARD KUNIANSKY, Atlanta, Georgia: Finance: Alpha Epsilon Pi: Treasurer: Society for Advancement of Management. BRUNELL O. LANGFORD, IR., Winder, Georgia: Alpha Tau Omega. IAMES V, LOMAX, IR., Abbeville, South Carolina: Glee Club: Busi- , ness Manager. IACK MARVIN HOROWITZ, Atlanta, Georgia: Management: Alpha Epsilon Pi: President, Secretary, Member-at-Large: DVS: Omicron Delta , Kappa: President: Alpha Phi Omega: President, Vice-President: Emory . STEPHEN HEWETT LYONS, IR., Scandals, New York' Alpha Tau Christian Association: President, Publicity Chairman, Religious Emphasis Week Committee: Interfaith Council: Hillel: Hillel Council: Campus: Editor, Associate Editor, Sports Editor: Student Development Commit- tee: Society for Advancement of Management: Alpha Kappa Psi: Wheel. Omega: Glee Club: Society for Advancement of Management. WILLIAM P. MORRIS, Atlanta, Georgia: Accounting. IOHN A. IACKSON, St. Ioseph, Michigan: General Business: Sigma Nu. CURTIS D- OSI-IN, IR-i Atlanta, Georgia: Finance? KPIPP3 Alpha- ' Jaclr Horowih, Editor, The Campus: ODK, DVS. KI-ll'li6I'lSlKy Langford Lomax Lyons Morris Oslin ,K t... I mf? ""' ' , L x-4--rv .Y -...W - ,I 71? .P sal' Pierce Pinson Reynolds Shure Steele Stephens 0 EDWARD S. PIERCE, Atlanta, Georgia: Campus Club. IOHN ROBERT PINSON, Baconton, Georgia: Chi Phi: President, Treasurer: Alpha Kappa Psi: President: Arnold Air Society: Vice- president: Business School: Vice-president: Society for Advancement of Management: Treasurer. RICHARD I. REYNOLDS, III, Atlanta. Georgia: Chi Phi: Alpha Kappa Psi: Society for Advancement of Management: Newman Club: Interfraternity Council. ROBERT WILLIAM ROBERTS, Decatur, Georgia: Delta Tau Delta: Alpha Kappa Psi: Phi Sigma Iota. JEROME IACK SHURE, Atlanta, Georgia: Alpha Epsilon Pi. IAMES GORDON STEELE, III, Atlanta Georgia: Alpha Tau Omega: Alpha Kappa Psi: Treasurer: Society for Advancement of Management: President: Ex Of-Ficio, Student Conduct Committee. WILLIAM L. STEPHENS, Atlanta, Georgia: Phi Delta Theta: Alpha Kappa Psi: Society for Advancement of Management: Golf Team. Vice-presidenl, Business School. Roberts Summerour BENIAMIN I-IOMER SUMMEROUR, Cumming, Georgia: Sigma Nu. HUGH MCMASTER TARBUTTON, Sandersville, Georgia: Phi Delta Theta: Alpha Kappa Psi. IAMES THOROUGHMAN, IR., Atlanta, Georgia: Accounting: Sigma Chi: Swimming Team: Captain. SAUL WEINBERG, Atlanta, Georgia: Finance: Alpha Epsilon Pi. C. CHRISTIE WILKERSON, Atlanta, Georgia: Management: Sigma Chi: Alpha Kappa Psi. BRUCE BRYAN WILSON, Clearwater, Florida: Management: Sigma Chi: Student Council: Student Publications Council: Vice-President: Business School Honor Council: Swimming Team. ANDREW CAIN YANTIS, Lawrenceville, Georgia: Marketing: Sigma Chi: Phi Sigma Iota: Players: Phoenix: Wheel. A9 vC'Q' business. seniors 1955 ,I TarbuH'on Thoroughman Weinberg Wilkerson Wilson Yar1l'iS Bob Pinson, President, Alpha Kappa Psi LII'lIOI'S fs n --1 .v',, 1 'vi' 1361 tl 'n ill! 1, 'R A f-, ,fy GRADUATES Luther M. Cole, Jr. Douglas W. Hampton James T. Hurt James L. Meyerholtz James W. Pervier NOT PICTURED SENIORS Gerald T. Bone Joseph C. Clements Donald H. Diamond Pyo B. Han George M. Perry William B. Pope Ira F. Register JUNIORS William G. Crawford John McDonald John M. Nichols 74 Richard W. Agnor .... Atlanta, Kappa Alpha Thomas Armstrong .... Atlanta, John P. Barrett . . . . Tazewell, Gerald A. Bishop . . . . Plains, Alan Bonser ...... Albany, Sigma Pi Arthur H. Bullard . . . Chamblee, Sigma Nu Tom Callahan ...... Atlanta, Sigma Chi Ray Chapman ...... Atlanta, Alpha Tau Omega George B. Cobb ...... Atlanta, Sigma Nu Philip S. Cohen ..... Covington, Sigma Nu Joseph P. Davis .... Bradenton, Chi Phi Barnwell R. Daley . . . Jacksonville, Kappa Alpha Joe Edwards ...... Zebulon, Sigma Chi David S. Franco ..... Atlanta, Alpha Epsilon Pi Charles L. Gardner . . . Savannah, James A. Gentry, Jr .... Marietta, C. E. Hamilton, Jr ..... Macon, Alpha Tau Omega Morty A. Harris .... Columbus, Tau Epsilon Phi John R. Hines .... Hogansville, Phi Delta Theta Seth L. Knight . Robert W. Levin . Robert J. Lockwood Edwin F. McKenney Jimmy F. Milhous Lindale, Kappa Alpha . . . Atlanta, Tau Epsilon Phi . . . Atlanta, . . . Atlanta, . . . . Atlanta, Kappa Alpha C. Norman Nicholson . . . Atlanta, Beta Theta Pi Robert H. Northcutt .... Marietta, Chi Phi Edward C. Pritchett . . . Atlanta, Chi Phi Donald A. Reynolds . . . Orlando, Sigma Chi Eugene H. Smith ..... Atlanta Pi Kappa Alpha James M. Sturgis ..... Atlanta, Chi Phi Eugene M. Weatherup Sigma Columbus Welch . Sigma Thomas E. Williams Walter A. Williams . Alpha Tau Harvey L. Wilson . Phi Delta Daniel Younkins . Pi Kappa . Coral Gables, Chi 2 . . Covington, Nu . . LaGrange, . . Thomaston, Omega . . Eatonton, Theta 'Alpha' Atlanta, Ga. Ga. Va. Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Fla Fla Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga F la Ga Ga Fla Ga Gr Ga. Ga. Ga. QI Atzvs 6 , , f 'A . A' x-lx Q . Xxx, X X Y ., W publications YQ Ecliior, Jack Horowifz. JACK HOROWITZ . . ...... Editor SETH KNIGHT . . . . . Biifirierf Manager DONNIE REYNOLDS . . . . Arrooiate Editor JEAN GILCHRIST . . . Managing Editor BOB BOGER . . . . . . Featiire Editor MILTON GOLDMAN . . . . Fraternity Editor BERNIE HAIGHT . . .... Bitfirieyr School Editor LARRY LEWIS . . ..,.... Athletics Editor HAROLD BLACK .... H oriorx and Pitolicatiom Editor LARRY CUSTER . . ....... Military Editor ALEX GUP . . ...... Rligiottr Life Editor MARY BROOKE ..... 'Womerth' Social Clitb Editor JOHN HARTLEY . Orgariizatiom and Actroitier Editor JIM SOLOMON ........... Art Editor BILL JOHNSON ..... Arsiftarit Bitsiztem Manager Editorial Stay? Memberf: Bob Goldz, Shelby Raydef, Ed Seclion edifors gafher in ihe Campus Shiller, Leritia Crouch, Roger Office- Turner, Maxine Morris, Henry Campell, Barry Simmons, Marvin Maltzman, Molly Ba- shuk, Grace Morris, Howard Goodman, Mary Rose Brad- ford. Bitfiiiefr Stajjf Memberf: Dick I-land, Richard Patrick, Fred Snell, Marvin Johnson, Bill Fink, Tom Lamar, Joe Hurlbut, Ernest Rackley, Billy Davis, Joe Sregall. Adoiforr: Dean E. H. Rece, Reverend James M. Wall, Mr. Walt Davis. Photographer: Bart Perry and Staff. THE CAMPUS 'si Associafe Edifor, Donnie Reynolds. Managing Edifor, Jean Gilchrist Bill Johnson. Returning with very few experienced workers from last year's staff, the 1955 Campus Staff set out to accomplish two goals: first, to again give the students of Emory Uni- versity their yearbook before school closed for the summer holidays, and to give them a good complete picture story of the year's activities. The staff has Worked long and hard to put out the book, and it is because of their efforts that the Campus is now in your hands-we hope that you like it. The Business slaff reposes while conlemplaiing financial problems. Assislani Business Manager Editor, T. Elkin Taylor ELKIN TAYLOR LARRY CUSTER . JACK TURBIVILLE SETH KNIGHT . MIKE BARRON . DAN MAXEY . . AL HASKILL . DON SISTRUNK . TOM LAMAR . . RONNIE EITH . MOLLY BASHUK . . KEN REYNOLDS . RAY GANDY , . GENE SOUD . . Managing Editor, Larry Cusier . . . . .Editor . . Managing Editor . . Arrociate Editor . . Barinerr Manager . . . New: Editor . . . . . Newt Editor .' .... Copy Editor . Circnlation and Exchange . . Adoertiring Manager . Afrirtant Sporty Arfirtant Managing Arrirtant Managing . . Afrirtant Newr . . Afrirtant Newt Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor C opy Dark: joe Murphy, Jeff Hough, Dannie Mackin, Charlotte Richardson. Reporterf: Louis Rigdon, Pete May- field, Lurton Massee, Dene Smith, THE WHEEL Associate Edlior Jack Turblvnlle The assistanf editors, Haskill, Maxey, Soud, Bashuk. David Parker, Lewis Smith. Sportr: jim Griffin, jim Frisbie, Bill Sonenshine, Jack Uible. C ircalation: Dave Pate, Lamar Harde- gree, Mike O'Nea1. Adoertiring: Dick Hand. Bitrinerrs June Dyie, Johnny Brad- field, Stuart Edwards. Salerrnen: Mark King, Jerry Joyner. UU Business Manager, Seth L. Knight ff The Wheel began the year with the primary .object of more thoroughly covering the news of the campus with emphasis on a high degree of student participation and a good quality campus newspaper. There has been a concerted effort to have the Wheel serve not only the college but also the other di- visions of the University. Perhaps the greatest editorial splash of the year was made when the Wheel came- out editorially in favor of eliminating segregation at Emory. In addition a number of other issues of statewide and nationwide interest were met in the editorial columns of the Wheel. The Staff was in a continuous program of rebuilding throughout the year. As the year began no member of the staff had served with the Wheel more than one year. With a large group of sophomores and freshmen the Wheel strove for better coverage and a higher quality of news and feature writing. The personal columns of the editorial pages were kept open to the student body in general throughout the year, thus attempting to act as a true organ for expressing student opin- ion. The business staff in a huddle. Assisiam' Sports Editor Ronnie Eifh by Four dis-iinguished gentlemen of the copy desk. The sports staff fakes a 'few minutes off. THE PHOENIX Edifor, Morly Harris Associafe Ediior, Gena Cur+is Sv 2 z 3? X c x i MORTY HARRIS . . .... Eaitor GENE CURTIS .... Arsociate Editor BBRNIE HAIGHT . . . Managing Editor DAVE SATLO12 . . Anirtant Eafitor BILL MORGAN . . . Feature Editor MIOHELE ROBIN .... Fiction Editor SAUL EISEN ..... Bttrinerr Manager' HARVEY LEVY . Ant. Bminerr Manager LEONARD GILBERT . . . Ojice Manager JEANNB ROSENBERG . Exchange Manager Ojiice Stayf: Bernard Meinhardr, Janice Warren, Larry Wynne, Ira Friedman, Larry Glassman, Julian Friedman, Bill Osborn, Jimmy Belote, Al Haskill, Marty Rosen. Feature S2451 David Parker, Carl Gray, Jack Moss, Jim Knight, Sandy Miller, Bernie Heeke, Dave Breslow, Howard Golden, Jim Belote, Sylvia Kaufman, Patricia Ann Flor- ence, Elizabeth Sams, Larry Custer. Bitrinerr Stajf: Jerry Maddox, Erny Swan- son, james Butts, Stanley Daniels, Larry Glassman, Malcolm Esrroif. Art Slfdfi Gene Curtis, Howard Golden, Barney Daley, Walt Pine, Ralph Oliver. Photographer: Barr Perry., Business Manager, Saul Eisen The Phoenix is Emory's student literary and humor magazine. It is published once each quarter by the efforts of some thirty-five staff members and con- tributors from the student body. This year the Phoenix took on a new look, mainly attributable to the talented and energetic art staff and to the desire of the editorial staff to create a magazine which had truly a "collegient" outlook and student appeal. The advertisements were subject to the most dras- tic change as each ad was made to have effective eye- appeal and interest by using art work to supplement the normal information presented in type. With the initiation of the new Phoenix feature, "Know Your Profs," the students have seen some of the humerous characteristics of our Emory Professors, The section entitled "Over the Tea Cup" has given a somewhat exaggerated and satirical but never-the-less factual report of the unique happenings around the campus. These innovations along with the fiction stories, poetry, and picture editorials have been pasted-up Qin quarterly after-midnight vigils on third floor AMBD to make the Phoenix a new and enlightened student Publication. aft: af' M1551 " ' L Wir .ALJ N Managing Editor Haight and art staff The business staff. I k.:. ' fs , 4 5 The office staff takes a breather. Bill Morgan and 'Feature statt. STUDENT PUBLICATIONS CCJUNCIQ .t '1- ., X ax sf The purpose of the Student Pub- lications Council is to serve as coordinator of Emory's three stu- dent publications. In carrying out its function, the S.P.C. appoints major editors for the publica- tions, approves budgets and con- tracts, and handles any other problems that the publications have. It is now in its second year of operation under its present set-up of student president, five elected students, and three facul- ty members appointed by the President of the University. Barion Perry, University Photographer In the last three years, Bart Perry has turned his small studio in the basement of the AMB into a regular production center, doing the photography work for the three student pub- lications in addition to the majority of work for the entire university. Whatever pictures Bart has taken have all been done correctly, efhciently and cheerfully. Especially grateful are the Publications Director and the three student publications, for the time and effort which Bart and his outstanding staff have devoted in their behalf. r ,, Joe Tyler. University Phofographic Sfaff . 3 x I: S e .. I8 Memberx: Gene Sirmans, presidentg Stuart Howard, vice-presidentg Larry Custer, secretary, Mr. Frank Ashmore, Dr. George P. Cutrino, Morty Harris, Seth Knight, Dr. Edwin T. Martin, Rev. Jerry Zellar. UNIVERSITY PHCJTOGRAPHIC STAFF Louise Dunn Gena Kirk V X I nf 'I I I I Q xy f X x N - 'Q' . Q5--I Q V4 I n 5 A 'X' Y 1 X . x N N lllpg L, ' '- N I X I 'nu honors 3 Aka. Do 0 so 7 Hb QW .:91Sf::!i:-iilfi-Zh A -Z' if 'f'-vias'--. 'S' "ff -Q : -.1 'X is fi? V. "wwe ,--,y -Y , --ff grill 5 5 x A 4, f.-1,4 ww I Q.. JC? ' I 4. RX.i J . sk . -, i .ar tag it ax . JACK HOROWITZ HORACE HOLDEN JOHN MILLS JOE BEVAN MARVIN D.V.S. Senior Honor Society, this year commemorates 53 years of service to Emory University. D.V.S. members have been strictly forbidden from speaking or writing of the Society ever since it was organized on the Oxford campus. Society membership is one of the most distinguished honors that a student of Emory University can receive. Each year seven juniors are elected to membership on the basis of their devoted service to Emory and their belief in the University. Every student of Emory is considered once for election to the Society. D.V.S. does not preserve its secrecy in order to be pretentious by its very silence. The Society simply believes that its purposes can be accomplished best by using strict secrecy in all that it does. 84 GENE MICRON KI ELTA APPA Marvin Barkin, Joe Bevan, Rodney Block, Dr. Jack Boozer, Tom Davis, Charles Ginden, Mac Hall, Dr. Edward Martin, john Mills, Ken Murrah, Gene Sirmans, Rev. Jim Wall, Dr. Bell Wiley. Omicron Delta Kappa, leadership honor society for men, was founded December 3, -l9l4, at Washington and Lee Uni- versity, Lexington, Virginia, by fifteen student and faculty leaders. They had the' conviction that such an honor society would afford student and faculty leaders abundant opportunities and experiences in cooperative effort for leadership and service in the institution for the main- tenance and improvement of the unity and democracy of learning, and of the art of democratic living. Mu Circle of ODK not only recog- nizes outstanding students and faculty members, but renders service as well. Once again ODK held its annual "high school leadership workshop." This year in cooperation with W.H.O., high school girls were invited to the university for the first time. nr nv ...- fe A... ---' .. +4-A-W ' "N " ,,...---" ,L ... -...,..-. ,,, ...--.. F-'-,,..-Q Ya. .....,.....- ...-u .'- ---4""""' """u-,-,,,....--- n- ---V'-" """"A ll: In-1-,-,...,...f---f-H -.....,..... ---v--f' ,,,.,. ..--- .,... .....,,.,..-- I' ...,....,........ , -A 4 ., .. . .... .... ..-.. .---H . ,.,-.- . . .,.. . "' ,...-,. .,...... , ,. ........ -- . .,-,..- ..l...-.---... ..... 1- .aa -- ,..i.-........... -.....i.-l........-.1. 12 -........... .......-.l1. ....-.....,.... ....i....,..- Tan X , E N ,C L -"' ' A N .-.- 'fiixrt rf g ' ,fi f f..,.... 4 I JACK HOROWITZ . BILL MARINE . HORACE HOLDEN . MR. WALT DAVIS . . DEAN E. H. RECE . . . President . Vice-president . Secretary Alumni Secretary Faculty Advisor 85 -, ,, HI . r YA ETA i. f . APPA Dr. Goodrich C. While, Na- tional Presideni of Phi Beia Kappa. Student Members: Frank B. Anthony, Horace C. Ball, Jr., james E. Bleckley, Charles Alan Brake, Emil E. Burns, Richard S. Colvin, Robert M. Combs, jr., Richard K. Cureton, Joseph Fine, Joseph H. Fulcher, J. C. Greenfield, jr., Richard M. Griihn, William O. Had- dock, Glenn B. Harkins, Jr., Warren L. Harrell, William R. Jenkins, jesse S. Jones, Jr., William J. Klopstock, Wil- liam M. Marine, Harvey E. Merlin, Rob- ert M. Milledge, Walter E. Mingledorff, Byron D. Minor, Marvous E. Mostellar, Alvah J. Nelson, III, James M. Perkins, William J. Rawls, Larry J. Rubin, Frank C. Schwalbe, Jr., Robert B. Smith, III, Lyle Stones, Frank J. Thornton, Jr., George L. Wallace, jr. tiki- I ' Lvl 4' -... . : W Y' :Q 11 Q5 -' is I. gi. Wg. x t :tp s. t. ' Phi Beta Kappa was founded at the College of William and Mary in 1776. It is the oldest national honorary mciety in the United States. Gamma Chapter was established at Emory in 1929. The purpose of the fraternity is to pro- mote scholarship among students of Ameri- can colleges and universities. Membership is bestowed in recognition of high attainments in liberal scholarship. The requirements for election are based not only on recorded grades, but also on the range and character of courses elected, a consideration of the moral character of the student, and his gen- eral promise to the world of scholarship and society. Dir. ALFRED E. WILHELMI . . Preridenz DEAN JUDSON C. WARD . Vice-preficient DR. CHARLES D. HOUNSHELL . Secretary DR. R. A. DAY . . TY-ffflfwef LPHA PSILON PSILON fri!!! 1. is . The primary aims of Alpha Ep- silon Upsilon Honorary Scholastic Society are to recognize and pro- mote scholastic attainment among freshmen and sophomores and to foster friendship among those who attain high scholastic standing. Students with an average of 2.50 quality points are eligible for elec- tion. Fourth and fifth quarter students are admitted with an academic rating of 2.25. These students must be of good moral character and give promise of con- tributing something to the world in order to be admitted to mem- bership in the society. Members: Jim Belote, Henry Campell, Clinton Caskin, Bill Cromwell, Shirley Field, Gerald Fletcher, Richard Fred, Bill Grif- fin, Ronny Harrell, Guy Hood, .lohn Kappler, Thomas Lamar, Harvey Levy, Bryant Mauk, Mar- tha Jean Milewski, Kenneth Molk- ner, Hugh Moore, Louis Rigdon, Sam Rogers, Jeanette Samples, Howard Smith, Thomas Thor- Oughman, Russell Vann, Robert Walston. ,f 4 151 'wiv V3 ., , BILL MORGAN . . Pferzdent JOHN LONGSHORE . . Vice-premienz DR. LEE BLITCH . H onomry Vice-prerzdent and faculty aduzror Cnot picruredj 0MEN'S SAA wJ ONOR RGANIZATION CHARLOTTE NEFF . CATHERINE SMITH . SANDRA KATZ . MARGARET LINCH . Miss BARBARA AMES . Preriderrt Vice-president . Secretary . Treasurer . Advisor R ,W Mary Brooke, Marie Ann Chatham, Becky Cheney, Martha Colquitt, Edna Gay, Jo Ann Gayler, Dean Hall, Jean Hall, Melissa Hood, Christine Mann, ,lane Rogers, Elizabeth Sams, Diane Strange. V W.H.O., Emory's first leadership honor society for women, is an honorary or- ganization for juniors and seniors. Its purpose is to recognize and foster achievement in the fields of leadership, scholarship and service, and to sponsor high standards for Emory women. Re- quirements for membership are a schol- astic average of "C" or above, outstand- ing service, campus activity, and all- round leadership. 1 IGMA SI JERE FLETCHER . . Preriflem ANN CROWTHER . . Vice-pferidevzt HARVEY LEVY . . S6C7'6Z6l7'jl-T1'Ed.fZl1'8T f 2 or W Il Y, Henry Campell, Larry Custer, Pat Ma- guire, Bill Morgan, Dave Satlolf, Gene Soud. Eta Sigma Psi, founded on the Atlanta Campus in 1928, strives to encourage and recognize student leadership on the lower division level. Twice each year men are tapped for membership, in the fall from the Sopho- more class and in the spring from the Freshman class. Election to membership in Eta Sigma Psi is based on leadership, character and scholarship. The purpose of the organization is to stimulate the interest of lower division students in extra-curricular activities which will be a benefit to the University, and to honor those students active in such activities. At present active chapters are located on the Atlanta and Oxford campi. 1 I i i we zu!! ' Assislanl' Dean of Sludenls, Jim Wall looks over workshop inquiries High School sfudenis regisler in lobby of Alumni Memorial Building wifh Gene Sirmans, chairman of workshop. CDK Leadership Workshop On the weekend of December 3-4 some 130 high school students from four states attended the ODK Leadership Workshop. ,Forty-nine high schools were represented. For the first time girls were invited to attend the annual affair. The purpose of the workshop was to help high school students acquiresome of the specific skills required in extracurricular activities as well as to fan the spark of their own impulses toward leader- ship service. Several leadership sessions were held which were led by Emory students. In addition there was a session on "Problems of a College Education." The weekend was climaxed with a banquet at which Dean Judson C. Ward was the main speaker. W.H.O., Circle K and A.P.O. all helped ODK in making the workshop a big success. Yearbooks was one of ihe subiecfs for discussion al fhe workshop. --aww-vw-w 'x, . is-L Sfudeinfs lis'ren 'lo what is being said abou? religious and social activities. a fi If 1' W organizations t Q 5' and i activities HONOR COUNCIL Dr. Frye and Dr. Clark, Advisors The Honor Council is the administrative body of the Honor System. It has as its function the trying of cases which come before it and the continual job of creating an effective educational campaign to en- lighten both the students and the faculty. Members and Advisors. 92 Chairman, John Mills Chairman, John Millsg Recorder, Rodney Block. Members: Joe Bevan, Alan Holcomb, Horace Holden, Pete Pederson, jimmy Thornasson. Emurlfs ihnnnr Guilt CHPON EVERY INDIVIDUAL WHO IS PART OF EMORY UNI- VERSITY FALLS THE RESPONSI- BILITY FOR MAINTAINING IN THE LIFE OF EMORY A STAN- DARD OF UNIMPEACHABLE HONOR. THE HONOR CODE IS BASED ON THE FUNDAMENTAL ASSUMPTION THAT EVERY LOY- AL PERSON IN THE UNIVERSITY NOT ONLY WILL CONDUCT HIS OWN LIFE ACCORDING,-TO THE DICTATES OF THE HIGHEST HONOR, BUT WILL ALSO RE- FUSE TO TOLERATE IN OTHERS ACTION WHICH WOULD SUL- LY THE GOOD NAME OF THE INSTITUTION. BARKLEY FORUM Presidenf, Bob King '-:amf:e:if'..-:'.1.i gf isilii. . 'IIJBIWF-"-r1':Z::z5 5f2t:34z::,f-::-'rea-:sa .:f-.::::-:1,:- ff' 2. W,t-W ,--- sf .'-4 f' - :.ef5aase-:::f:f'iai:1 . . : vs:-az":p:f'-,sa-1-1 -. - .M mam: :f5:,1g.g'gx.5gxvvsjftw 1 ,gig X xr? 1. Q " , . :g 1 .1 52: ,zizf-vs 1' 1. ' f -'sl ,I " 1-z,:2a:1:s,s-.f if svn'- fiefy fw , 1 ' ' .nw si, J '-scciyfg,-f, Xp- in ' - , - "S- 5 f r rg fa I s - , . gi' . Debaiers in achon al Souiheasiern - fir? 'N 'lournameni Q Y .rf - sf.-ewzs -,-faq vs:-' -.am-v.s :ty 1. '95fst.A5S'.' H .1 . is 'A ' Business Manager, Howard Klein Often: President, Bob Kingg Vice-president, Bob Walston, Secretary, Morty Hatrisg Business Manager, Howard Kleing Director of Forensics, Mr. Walter Kline, Debate Coach, Mr. Paul Rilling. Memberr: Neal Chandler, Bob Dupont, Ronnie Eith, Leonard Gil- bert, Larry Goldstein, Al Hallum, Al Haskill, Phil Israel, Katherine Le Guin, Harvey Levy, john Middlemas, Norman Nicholson, Ralph Oliver, George Romberg, Anchel Samuels,.Dave Satlof, Ed Shiller, Dene Smith. The Barkley Forum has continued its tradition of promoting those forensic activities which would give to interested students the oppor- tunity to think about and discuss aspects of contemporary world prob- lems and to develop good habits of speech and logical thinking. With its increased membership the Forum has successfully and profitably participated in several debate tournaments at universities in many states including the Grand National Tournament at the University of Virginia. In addition to sponsoring the Emory Southeastern Tournament for university competition in debate and oratory, the Forum was also host to the West Point Regional Elimination Tournament. This organization again planned and carried out the invitational tournament for high school debators and speakers. 31100 in scholarships were awarded to the four winning speakers, thus encouraging the advancement of forensic activities in the secondary schools and furthering the interest of high school students in continuing their debate careers at Emory. 93 STUDENT CCDUNCIL The purpose of the Student Government Association is to promote the best interests of the university as a whole, to serve as coordinator between the various student activities, and to bring into closer harmony and cooperation the schools of the university. The S.G.A. is responsible for the allocation of funds to student activities, the planning of orienta- tion for incoming freshmen, and the operation of the Traffic Court. The Student Council has also spon- sored two blood drives, Parents' Day, two leadership clinics to which all officers of campus activities were invited, a campus-wide dance, "The Pajama Game," at which a sleepy time gal was chosen, the annual Pushball game, an investigation into the Student Health Program, a publication of a quarterly officers directory, and the destruction of the barracks. The Student Council has also brought about a program whereby lower division students may have faculty advisors. Vice-presideni, Gordon Sfead man Secreia ry, Pa+ Mag uire 94 President, Kenneth Murrah Treasurer, Charles Lewis Q--fx, rs '- lr. ,tl .fl 'Ni KJ Biz Advisor, Dr. Ronald F. Howell, Ex-officio Member, Rev. james Wall, Members: Hoyt Barrett, Marcus Clayton, Bill Cromwell, Larry Custer, Tom Davis, Robert Donald, Eugene Eaddy, jere Fletcher, joe Freeman, Ray Gandy, Bernie Haight, john Hartley, Al Haskill, Bill Katibah, Christine Mann, Julian Mason, Richard Newton, john Savage, Gene Sir- mans, Doug Speight, Robert Stanley, Tom Stroud, George Swanson, Mary Thing, Don Tillery, Scott Tullier, and Bruce Wilson. Siudeni- Gov 1 Ken Murrah conducts regular council meeling ernment enferiaihs high school seniors. 95 COED ASSOCIATION This is the first year the Coed Association has been on the Emory Campus. It has a three-fold purposet 1. To cause the coeds to become better acquainted with each other and With the University and thereby to become an integral part of the University. 2. To give the women students in the College of Arts and Sciences a basis for social functions and participation in University activities. 3. To establish an environment of activity that will attract prospective students. Members: Any woman student who enters the College of Arts and Sciences or School of Business of Emory University will auto- A matically become a member. -l,-xii :sa " t . ..... f .f N, y :I iw t Chairman, Margarei' Linch The Execufive Commiiieez Becky Cheney, Ellen Doss, June Dyal, Tina Mann, Beverly Maurer, Charloiie Neff, Sue Wells, Pat Young, Miss Nina Ruslt, Advisor. 96 : '.-.., mn. TRAFFIC CCJURT gf VO Court in session-traffic law violators receive sentences. 0jfC67'J'.' Chairman, Ray Marchmang Associate chairman, Baxter Gentry. Membem' John Bass, Wesley Blan- chard, Rodney Block, Ralph Chinn, Robert Fetner, Beth Minter, War- ren Tingley, jimmy Wfilliams, An- drew Yantis. View of parking facilifies behind The History Building. The new road between Fishburne Building and the quadrangle. 97 The Emory Student Traffic Court is organized and operated solely for the purpose of judging student of- fenses of the University'Traffic and Safety Code. It works in close co- operation with Mr. Orie Myers, Chairman of the University Traffic and Safety Committee, and with E. H. Rece, Dean of Students. if ri ' uf WOMEN'Sl CHGRALE KAY SCHEESLEY , PAT MAGUIRE . . JULIE BUCK . . ELEANOR HUGHES JEAN THOMAS . . MRS. BAYNE SMITH . . President . Vice-Preridemf . . . Secretary Barinerf Manager . . . Librarian . Director Barbara Bennett, Frances Best, Betty Ann Cade, Demetra Caronis, Evelyn Cheshire, Cynthia Clark, Frances Cook, Shirley Cooper, Mary Alice Crouch, Ann Daniels, Ferrill Garrison, Marjorie Goode- nough, Peggy Hopper, Gloria Howell, Mary Angela King, Ann Lang, Helen McClanahan, Janice Murphy, Rose Marie Overcash, Kathleen Pichett, Shelby Rayder, Charlotte Richardson, Barbara Russell, Beverly Scarborough, Bet- ty Schulenberger, Janice Warren, Julie Mae Weisman, Angela Wells, Pat Whitner. The Emory Chorale was organized in September of this year, and in a short period of time has made an outstanding name for itself and Emory University. They have performed in Glenn Memorial for evening services and for various functions during Ministers' Week. In April the group gave a Spring Concert. In addition the Chorale combined voices with the Emory Men's Glee Club and the Agnes Scott Glee Club in the "Requiem Mass." 99 The Chorale in 'lheir concert robes THE EMORY GLEE CLUB , 5 a Dr. Malcolm H. Dewey, Director One of the most vital parts of the Emory picture is the Glee Club under the able direction of Dr. Malcolm Dewey. This group has done its share in the past year toward favorably pub- licizing the university. It has given concerts at Agnes Scott, Tower Theater, and Glenn Memorial Church. Over the Christ- mas holidays the Glee Club toured Georgia and Florida and then went to San juan, Puerto Rico, where they were the guests of the Caribe Hilton Hotel. While there they also gave a television program on Christmas Day. They have certainly made good their claim to the title. "The South's Sweetest Singers." Tenors: Bill Adams, Hoyt Barrett, Milton Butler, Tom Callahan, Lamar DeMott, Donald Dorminey, Joe Edwards, Tinsley Ellis, Malcolm Estroff, Guy Hood, William Johnson, William Katibah, Donald Kea, Lord Lee-Benner Shah, John Lovvorn, jimmy Lowe, Jesse McGinty, Ralph Miller, Paul G'Shields, Danny Paulk, Lanier Pearce, Richard Perry, Bill Prince, Bob Purdy, Charles Sawyer, Jones Skinner, Clyde Smith, Steve Strickland, Richard Tewell, James Thomas, Ira Tillem, Bill Willis, David Young. Basses: John Arnold, Robert Beveridge, James Bland, Gaines Burnette, William Christian, Lester Collier, Martin Daniel, Don Davis, Tom Davis, James Dees, Gene Groves, Kempton Haynes, Holland Jackson, Tommy Johns, Leo Lancaster, Phillip Landgrave, Ted LeRoy, Bob Let- singer, Sam Lewis, Clifford McKay, Buck Manning, Lurton Massee, Dan Maxey, Hoyt Oliver, George Page, Johnny Pappas, joseph Perry, Art Reynolds, Frank Roescher, Hilton Smith, Bob Stewart, Ed Strickland, Tom Thompson, 'Tommy Thoroughman, Judson Trippe, Jerry Tucker, Marvin Whiting, John Wilcox. 100 s..X.,,xs I F , , is Presiclenr, Tprn Davisg Vice-president, Marvin Wixirxngg Qecrerary, Hamilton Smlfhg Business Manager, Jim Lomax. jg, M 'fr' . .. , , Tliornion, Davis, Lovvorn and Lomax sipping 'rea U1 Glee Clubers arrive af Coral Gables during Puerfo Rican +our. af poolside. Governor of Puerlo Rico en+er- iains Glee Club. 101 THE PLAYERS Direcior and olificers Founded in 1927 by Dr. T. H. English, of the Department of English, The Emory Players organization now is in its twenty-sixth year as a vital student activity on the Emory Campus. Since its first production, "Seven Keys to Baldpate," in the fall of 1927, the Players have en- deavored to afford unusual opportunities to aspiring young actors and actresses and to offer worthwhile drama to the audiences composed of both the student body and residents of Atlanta. This year the players have put on three very nne productions, l'The Gifts," "See How They Run," and "The Gioconda Smile." Director, Mr. George Neely. Oliicers: President, Guy Hood, Vice-president, Jim Clark, Secretary, Elise Westbrook, Business Manager, Norman Nicholson, Stage Manager, Bob McClendon. Members: Donna Adams, Tom Bry- ant, Nelle Cantrelle, Mary Alice Crouch, Gene Curtis, Jerrilyn Engert, Sarah Hamilton, Martha Hawkins, Sylvia Henry, Sylvia Kaufman, Kay Kent, Mar- ian Krogman, Suzanne Lowry, Sandy Miller, Vance Miielle, Janie Murphy, Morris Osborn, David Parker, Patrick Rayburn, Arthur Reynolds, W. H. Riv- enbark, Michele Robin, Elizabeth Sams, Majorie Self, Clarissa Shaffer, Deborah Shaffer, Lila Shirey, John Strother, Rich- ard Tewell, George Vance, Bill Wallace, Peggy Walter, Al Wilkinson, Carol Wommack. ,L : Director of Players, Mr. George Neely. Hood and Players discuss forthcoming production. l ,,, " . 'W .L , 4 .f.-'M V2 X 1 '- 1 -. 41,4 af. if cv a a 1 , -z -W Q I Y. yr- I I Q U In I1 , V .M 'Ill f . I 4? '44, V x I S xl, ll zu 5 f A . -L 1 ,A , M I .M ' V , ,4,f.,, 1-1 , I1 t 1 , 1 ! - . H2 " , fm- -f -,-5' " H ' ,M ff , 'f' , , ' x . ' ,' ,I Q it 1 f fb! .1 f. lf, ,M fl Q 1, . 1:1 IH, I ,V Il I I V4 '. Q J , I M. ,L 41. EX: 21 Nl, 1 .I . NM' 2 f " . f ' E11 U ' RX gray - ,1 Qu. 1 . E ' , KSN 1 3, N ,f"' Lk, . Q. EQ xPg.7.:f4:v ' gm ,V ,. sm 4'-, ,Qi J ALPHA PHI OMEGA Officers: President, Alex Gupg First Vice-President Cecil Wilson, Second Vice-President, Milton Goldj man, Secretary, joe Casking Treasurer, Seth Knight Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity supported by the Boy Scouts of America. It has a membership' of 275 chapters scattered through- out the U. S. A. The purpose of Alpha Phi Omega is to develop friendship and promote service among the student body and faculty, among youth and community, among members of the fraternity and among citizens of the nation. Alpha Phi Omega during the past year has as- sisted in Parent's Day, Student Government elec- tions, The Emory Birthday Party, and ODK Workshop. They have contributed to the Emory Christian Association's Christmas Fund and Emory Brotherhood Week. They have also given a party for orphans, worked for charity homes, and kept the Honor Code plaques in classrooms. Members: Roland Anderson, Harold Asher, Arthur Axelrod, Phillip Benton, Harold Black, James Boorstin, Art Christensen, Bob Du Port, Don Davis, Arnold Frarn, Dave Franco, Luke Glancy, Milton Goldman, Herbie Goodman, Dick Hand, jack Horo- witz, Tom Ingram, Phil Israel, Bill jenkins, Ronnie johns, Larry Kaminsky, Bunky Kemp, Donald Kulick, Robert Lachman, Marvin Maltzman, Alan Mandel, John Mills, Donald Minsk, Clinton Perini, Robert Purdy, Anthony Reiger, Martin Rosen, Gary Richman, jack Saussy, Denis Schiff, Howard Schneider, Steve Schulman, Edwin Shiller, John Simmons, Bill Sonenshine, George Swanson, jimmy Thomasson, Wayne Tobin, Jerry Zall. Milton Goldman serves af Emory Birfhday Parfy. APO's I955 Ugly Man, Marvin Perlis of AEH 1 I I 1 clRcLE K Circle K, a service organization founded on the Emory Campus af- ter World War II, is under the sponsorship of the Northside Ki- wanis Club, and is dedicated to the service of Emory. ln the past year it has undertaken such projects as conducting tours of the campus, providing ushers for special pro- grams and events, and taking up tickets at the campus-wide dances. Circle K also sponsored a Senior Day in the spring to which one- hundred and fifty high school senior leaders were invited to visit Emory for a weekend. Entertainment and panel discussions highlighted the weekend. Circle K members help an incoming freshman during Orientation Week. Pjirerrs President, Marvin Whiringg Vice-president, Bill Morgang Secretary, Richard Newton, Treas- irer, Larry Custer, Regional Director of Circle K Clubs, john Hartley, Project Chairman, Gene Soud. Zlflemberr' Glenn Bailey, Bob Boger, Gary Bong, Gaines Burnette, Eddie Chance, Harvey Shernoif, Walter Dykes, Jere Flecther, Ira J. Friedman, Lennie Gilbert, Wray Hammer, Al Haskill, Guy Hood, Richard Hutchinson, Tommy Johns, Hurley Langford, Jim Lomax, Allen Long, jerry Maddox, George Miller, George Page, Bob Reed, Kenneth Reynolds, Butch Schmitt, Ham Smith, Richard Souviron, Mecklyn Stockton, Ernest Swanson, john Syribets, Bob Taylor, Jack Turbiville, Roger Turner, Bill Wallace, John Wasdin, Stacy White, john Wilkinson, Steve Woodward. xzygfrt, gf, , ., 135' 2 :,'::6L.f "Eff '-s:,::L"r " Officers PI ALPHA President, james Crary, Vice-president, Wesley Blanchard, Secretary, Elmer DeWitt, Treasurer, William Bailey. Student Members: John Duncan, James Grifiin, William Haddock, James Harper Robert Kennedy, Milton McLain, Larry Morris, William Overacker, Alfred Robinson, Han Tai Charles White, R. N. Whilite, Laney Williams. Faculty Members: Dr. L. W. Blitch, Dr. M. T. Clarke, Dr. H. L. Clever, Dr. R. A. Day, Mr. L. J. Dixon, Dr. JJ H. Goldstein, Dr. C. T. Lester Dr. E. E. Royals. Dr. A. L. Underwood. v Pi Alpha Chemistry Club was or- ganized on the Emory Campus and chartered by the University in 1928. It is an honor organization attempt- ing to recognize unusual abilivy in the study of chemistry at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Pi Alpha attempts to bring chem- istty and its Contributions into their proper perspective for chemists and public alike. PI SIGMA ALPHA Pi Sigma Alpha Fraternity, the na- tional political science honor society, was founded at the University of Texas in 1920 and now includes chapters at sixty-iive leading Ameri- can colleges and universities. Alpha Epsilon Chapter was established at Emory in 1958 and has continued to pursue the objects of the fraternity as set forth in its constitution: to stimulate productive scholarship and intelligent interest in the subject of, government. President, Bill Grinithg Vice-president, Glenn Harkins, Secretary, Dudley McClain. Student Mem- bers: Henry Blake, Mickey DeLoache, Julie Douglas, David Estes, Sam Frank, Bill Gibson, Dick Gilchrist, Charles Ginden, Phil Greemslet, Bill Hamann, L. H. Kemp, joe Lefkoff, Charles Lewis, Ray Marchman, Beth Minter, Ken Murrah, Lanier Nicholson, Alver Roan, Gene Sirmans, Trammell Vickery. Faculty Members: Mr. G. F, Brasington, Dr. C. B. Gosnell, Dr. L. M. Holland, Dir. C. .D. Hounshell, Mr. Scott Houston, Dr. R. F. Howell, Dr. Charles Lerche, Mr. B. A. Reeves, Miss Nina Rusk, Capt. R. C. Woldt. 106 STUDENT DEVELOPMENT CGMMITTEE ,- 'mr A. 1 .1- This year the Student Development Committee, under the leadership of John Mills and advised by Mr. Robert F. Whit- aker, has undertaken many projects and activities to promote the interest of high quality students in running the campus. In its regular capacities the committee has also continued to work hand in hand with the Administration Development Committee bringing news and facts from the administration to the students, and taking suggestions and questions from the students to the administration' Members: Margaret Linch, Secretaryg Bob Arnall, Eugene Bloom, Robert Campbell, Ann Crowther, Don Davis, Mary Dowe, Jere Fletcher, Alex Gup, Mac Hall, Bob Henry, Jack Horowitz, Ken Murrah, Gene Sirmans, Pete Soros, Gordon Steadman. ' V - I , ,L-'I , y I QAWVM' if ' ifflif , -i't 1 vf.g,L,,,,- v ,ME f , ,-- , ' 3"'L'bf.bff ":,2f.?34fA , , :fwfr W 7 i I v 15,52 . - "-1 ,, -717 5.51 ' .-ny V ',5-1 D '-'f""' .' " , ---- -- ,QU -: -f ' , T 2 ,. 4 V ' " .- fa , if J ,r2' z',,fw 2 , -nz, V .1 i -4 54 View .,., Q l .,.. " :kia-ef'sw1 ' "0 -A 4 . fu ,-1 1'-:2 ' ,:,,,.1y 4-1 T , f , '-' i -'A--My-c., awtfnfw M- M 4- f f ,,f .wy-, . 1, i-e:aaa:.- 1z f -.- , . X N yQf4y!54:f .ff 2 W-mifkkiarx "" A fr' -1 'if f JZ- s John Mills, Chairman Margaret Linch, john Mills, and Ken Murrah with Mr. Robert F. Whitaker conduct chapel program in which the University Development Program was presented to the Freshmen and Sopho- mores. SIGMA GAMMA EPSI-ON OFFICERS VAUX OWEN, JR. Prerident . KENNETH WALTER Secretary-Treamref Membefr: john Albritton, Francis M. Brown, James E. Callahan, La- verne Buzarde, James W. Erwin, Thomas Guttery, H. Stanley Han- son, George M. Lamb, Sigmund J. Rosenfeld, James W. Smith, Garland E. Wheeler, Steve R. Windham. Sigma Gamma Epsilon fraternity has for its objects the scholastic, scientific, and social advancement of its members, and the extension of the relations of friendship and assis- tance among the universities and scientific schools with recognized standings in the United States and Canada which are devoted to the advancement of the Earth Sciences. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB OFFICERS RICHARD HUTCHINSON Pferident JULIA DOUGLAS S e cretafy-Treazwrer Members: Marshall Binford H , es- tler Briscoe, Richard Edwards, Ed- ie Estes, Ray Gandy, Dick Gll- christ, jean Gilchrist, Phil Grens- lit, Bunky Kemp, Pistol Knight, Jean Lw, Dudley McLain, Bob Owens, Clarence Petty, Lanier Pierce, Angelyn Sanders, Steve Strickland, George Swanson, El- kin Taylor, Carl Vandiver, Carol Vaughn, Jack Walker. The International Relations Club is a group of students organized for the purpose of learning more about world political affairs, believing that this is essential to a better understanding of our own country and of the world as a whole. Varied programs including moving pictures, guest speakers, and faculty lecturers are planned in order to bring as much material as possible before the group to help them understand the world situation. religious life ,Z EMORY CHRISTIAN ASSCJCIATICDN Rev. Sam Laird, Director of Religious Life. The Emory Christian Association seeks each year to further and co- ordinate the religious activities on the campus. The oficial ruling body is the Council, composed of repre- sentatives from all denominational groups in addition to committee chairmen and members-at-large. This year the E.C.A. sponsored Re- ligious Emphasis Week, Brother- hood Week, a Christmas program, daily vespers, an Easter Sunrise Service, and held its first annual Presidents Banquet, the purpose of which is to bring the presidents of all campus organizations together. E.C.A. also gave calendars and blot- ters to each student on campus. MARTHA COLQUITI' President REM EDWARDS Vice-President GAINES BURNETTE Treasurer JANE ROGERS Secretary REV. SAM L. LAIRD Ashfifor fs, V. QR 1 fi, f ref' ' wr +, X X L Q. N or no-X 4'--qw' ' xr, '11.'5f2' .CN r ..'. ,. , ' i f' ' Morris Abram, speaker at Presideni's Banquet Jim Lowe, couniing money raised For Clwrisfian Children's Fund. E.C.A. Members: Hoyt Barrett, Cliff Baum, Joe Bevan, Aubrey Burns, Evelyn Casey, Ed Chance, Wallace DuVall, Bob Faulkner, Pat Florence, JoAnn Gayler, Milton Goldman, Eleanor Hughes, How- ard Klein, Jim Lowe, Bryant Mauk, Lanier Nicholson, Hoyt Oliver, Phil Scardapane, Henry Schmitt, Gene Soud, Steve Strickland, Stanley Topple, Larry Ray, Mary Emma Welch, Jack Wilcox. :arf fx -f -.4 Wa" fi fi, - uns- .. J, ,, . -ff' Campus Presidenis lislen aHen+ively 'ro Mr. Abram E.C.A. Council Meering. I 4 WESLEY FELLOWSHIP OFFICERS JACK WILCOX President CLIFF BAUM Vice President BRYANT MAUK Treasurer QUINELLE DUNN Secretary DR JACK BOOZER AND REV SAM LAIRD MEMBERS Donna Adams Howard Adlunson David Allen Fran Allen Jeanne And erson an Andrus Hester Briscoe Phillis Brockway Pat Brown Torn Bryant im Burnes Betty Ann Cade Eveline Cheshire Jean Colson Rich- ard Colquitt Felicia Culwell Bob Dobson Rem Edwards Audrey Eth- ridge Ted Fay, Carol Fegholg Pat Florence, Jim Frisbie, Beverly Gaither Charles Gardner, oan Gayler Marjie Goodenough, Richard Grillin Pat Hardman, A1 Haskill, Donnie Kea, Bob Letsinger, Pat Miller, Nell Mor- gan, Hoyt Oliver, David Parker, Ann Reid, Larry Ray, 'Kenneth Reihl, Kathy Pickett, Kerry Robb, jane Rog- ers Sam Rogers, Marjie Self, Dale Sherrod, Roger Solomon, Helen Smath- ers, Jordon Steel, Richard Tewell, jean Thomas, Marilyn Thompson, Lee Waller, Leighton Wasom, Mary Emma Welch, Elise Westbrook, Cubby White- head. NEWMAN CLUB OFFICERS PHIL SCARDAIPANE President GORDON AZAR Vice-,President BUTCH SCHMITT Recording Secretary CAROL MURPHY CWVE-lponding Secretary BERRIEN ZETTLER Treasurer FR. JOHN MCSHANE, S.M. Cb-nqzlain MEMBERS Herbert Azar, Riccardo G. Ciravolo, Sf9Phen B. Cronin, Frances K. Drew, H.. Delores Garcia, David L. Glancy, Philio Jardina, Charles 1. Kelly, Mary C- Kms. Mary c. McLaughlin, Janie Murphy, Fernando Neuman, Richard J. Reynoldt James M. Schafer, Thomas Sklnnefi H. Hamilton Smith, Charles D. Snitzer, Claude G. Tatro, Gabriel Torres-Sabater, George N. Vance, Janet A. Vallant, Bernard F. Whit. haffh Julie Mae Weisman, Gordon D. Wilson, Berrien Zettler. HILLEL OFFICERS HOWARD KLEIN Prrsialrrnl ALAN BURNHAM Vice-President DAVE SATLOF Secretary ROCHELLE BORSTEIN Treasurer RABBI EMANUEL FELDMAN Advisor MEM B-ERS Joel Adler, Fred August, Molly Ba- shuk, Malcolm EstroH, Gordon Ger- son, Leonard Gilbert, Larry Glassman, Bob Gold, Linda Gold, Milton Gold- man, Lawrence Goldstein, Jack Horo- witz, Phil Israel, Bob Lachman, Har- vey Levy, Kenneth Molkner, Gracie Morris, Maxine Morris, Gary Rich- man, Michelle Robin, Malcolm Rosen- bloum, Anchel Samuels, Dennis Schiff, Howard Schneider, Steve Schulman, Edwin Shiller, Sharon Silver, Barry Simmons, Betty Stein, Claire Tritt. CANTERBURY CLUB OFFICERS AUBREY BURNS I'rr.tiu'vn1 JEAN GILCHRIST Vice-Prrxirlent EVELYN LEE Srrrrtzry-Trvasllrc-r REV. JERRY ZELLER Chaplain MEM BERS Frank Allen, Buck Baker, George Barnes, Hoyt Barrett, Aubrey Burns, Ed Chance, Frances Cook, Lctitia Crouch, Walter Davos, Sheldon Dor- ough, Robert Dupont, Polly Eden, Virginia Eubanks, Jean Gilchrist, ,lane Hillegas, Stuart Irvin, Evelyn Lee, Allan Long, Marion Rambo, Marjorie Reynolds, Charles Taylor. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION President, Lanier Nicholsong Enlist- ment Vice-President, fboysj Je,-e FIHCIICF, fgirlsJ Suzanne Lowry, So- cial Vice-President, ,Io Ann Hayes, Devotional Vice-President, Phyllis Mc- llrathg Promotional Chairman, Bob Faulknefi Music Chairman, Gains Burnetteg Pianist, Barbara Ann Floyd, Publicity Cha'r P T I IMD, erry MacComberg 'ess'-Ver, Rodney Mitchell' Secretary Qlenna Gilreathg E.C.A. Eepresemgai UVB, Evelyn Casey, Advisor, Rev, Wallace Duvall. ADV Baptist student who is a mem- berofal IB f - oca aptist church or any Oh its organizations is a member of ' ',B2Ptist Student Union. WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP OFFICERS STEVE STRICKLAND Prvsidenf ELHANOR HUGHES Viva-President PAT MAGU'IRE Serfetafy-Treasurer BEN MILNER Minister DR. ROLAND FRYE Advirof MEMBERS Porter Anderson, Art Christiansen, Martha Colquitt, Dick Colvin, Carol Ann Doll, Bill Ensign, Charles Gin- den, julia Higgins, Horace Holden, Bob jackson, Nick Janserr, Bill Kati- bah, Marian Krugman, Jim Kershaw, Donna Moss, Cliff McKay, Carolyn Miller, Pat Moore, Alice Ogden, Clarence Petty, Ann Pomroy, Shirley Reppert, Angelyn Sanders, Gene Soud, Peggy Walter, Ann Whitehead, Bill Wilson. RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK UWanted! Who, Me?" Bishop Branscomb discusses week's program wilh REW chairman Clif? McKay and Rev. Laird. V l l Bishop John W. Branscomb delivers address in Glenn , Memorial. Gordon Sieadman of fhe Emory Denial School, Dr. John Brobeck of lhe Universify of Pennsylvania Medical School, Rev. Sam L. Laird, Direcfor of Religious Life, and Alvah Nelson of ihe Emory Medical School discuss fopics of inleresf. Emory's 20th annual observance of Religious Emphasis Week, Nov. 8-12, had as its principal speaker Bishop john W. Branscomb of the jacksonville ,Area of the Methodist Church. The aims and objectives of this year's program were designed to fit the personal needs of the individual members of the university. In addition to Bishop Branscomb's daily addresses, several forums were held throughout the week. Features of the Week included a special program of religious music through the ages, and a one-act play entitled "The Gifts" which was pre- ' sented by the Emory Players. ' lAbovel Dr. Leila Denmark spealrs lo ihe Coed Associalion. lBelowl Theology sludenls lislen fo Bishop Sinai' Hoflmeyer. Mi gs gf: 8 BROTHERHOOD WEEK L 'vu ij: - l i ! Rabbi Newton J. Friedman, principal speaker tor Brotherhood Weelr addresses University otticials and faculty members. Emory Brotherhood Week seeks through knowledge and education to combat racial prejudice and mis' understanding. Lectures, forums, and chapel programs during the week bring the idea of brotherhood to the attention of the students. The ECA also seeks to gain financial aid for insti- tutions which are promoting brotherhood all over the world. This year contributions were made to Severance Hospital in Korea, Leonard Theological Seminary in India, and the National Conference for Christians and Jews. An informal discussion with some at Emory's many foreign students. -Qf Open My Eyes. Joe Bevan, chairman of Brotherhood Weelt and Alex Gup checlting contributions to Brotherhood Chest. .. . ,...,, k ,,-an 11.1. M V X .-f fAb ' XX ll PROTESTANT RADIO AND TV CENTER A+ the dedication of ihe Cenfer, from leff fo righf, are: Bishop Arthur J. Moore, Emory President Goodrich C, Whiie, Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam and Dr, John M. Alexander, President of the Center. The Proiesianr Radio-Television Cenfer. A week-long dedication beginning january 16 was held for the Protestant Radio and Television Center located on Clifton Road north of the rnain Emory Campus. The 3400,000 Center is owned and operated jointly by five churches. The dates of the radio-TV center dedication coin- cided with those of En'1ory's Zlst annual Ministers' Week and hundreds of Methodist clergyrnen thus were able to attend and participate in both observ- ances. The main address at the dedication was given by Bishop G. Bromley Oxnarn. The choir sings in the dedicaiion program. Bishop Oxnam delivers address. 42 W, 9 is. P fr!-5 xQ ,x P 'O 33, ,F O' .? S X, NK gf V "Ze. Q -K features We-lv LECTURE SERIES Citizenship Institute: Dr. John Nason . . October 25 Mr. George McGee' . October 26 Mr. Charles Aura Smith, October 27 Dr. Edwin Mims . . November 18 Hon. Chester Bowles Dr. E. V. Cowdry . . Dr. Robert L. Scranton Emory Birthday Party: Mr. Ernest Rogers . Mr. J. Phil Campbell Dr. Philippe Wollf . December 7 January 10 January 17 January 25 January 27 February 17 Dr. Walter johnson, February 21, 22, 25 Ernest Rogers, Atlanta Journal columnist and tounder of The Emory Wheel, speaks to large crowd assembled tor Emory's I I8th Birthday Party. Crowd begins to enter gymnasium-banquet hall at Emory's ll8th Birthday Party Speaker Robert L. Scranton Speaker John W. Nason Igor Gorin CHAMBER The Vienna Academy Chorus. Lois Marshall ....... October 28 Canadian Metropolitan Star Vienna Academy Chorus . . . December 2 Mixed Chorus from the Vienna Academy of Music The Dublin Players .... February 7, 8 in "Pygmalion" and "The Far OH Hills" I Musici ......... February 9 ltaly's Noted String Ensemble Nicole Henriot ...... February 24 - French Pianist Emanuelina Pizzuto .... . April 12 Italian Pianist Igor Gorin ......... April 13 Distinguished Baritone Jennie Tourel, soprano, and Tossy Spivakousky, Violinist .- . April 14 The Emory and Agnes Scott Glee Clubs and the Emory Women's Chorus accompanied by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra . . April 15 The Mozart "Requiem" Lois Marshall SERIES 119 l Musici Well. here I am you luclty peoplel DOOLEY'S FROLICS l954 APRIL 30-MAY I Once again he's at it! In the pages that follow, Dooley, within whose bones lies the very framework of "Emory Spirit", rises to rule his domain of Coeds and classrooms. For 49 years Dooley has held a prominent position in popularity among students in his Crusades for more interesting evenings with co- eds, dances on campus, more push- ball and less verbose Chapel speak- ers. His sovereign powers allow him not only to roam freely over the campus and in the classroom, but he has gained special privileges no ordinary Emory student can have Crowd anxiously awalls rlslng of Emory s fabulous splrll. --such as dismissing classes. Up 'lo old lriclts. l'm doin' prelly well for a bag of bones. 120 Sing, dami'l'! rf 1- - V my Ve f. DOOLEY'S FROLICS I954 APRIL 30-MAY I PREPARATION Dooley and iuciges seem quiie impressed wifh Iawn sefs. Now, my campaign- Wow, we sI'xouIcIcIa sfayed home and waI'cI'4ed T.V.! -IIIF Several days before judging the row began fo hum with the sound of hammers, saws and execution of the hard Work and careful planning that go into construction of the lawn decorations. Crightj Lilliputians see the world from a bird's perch. AND JUDGING DOOLEY'S FROLICS I 954 . APRIL 30-MAY I THE THREE WINNERS ON THE THEME- "BOOK TITLES" te We see the variety of nic presentations on the me "Book Titles," rang- g from the ultimate in th classics to modern, light humor. Awards were pre- ted Friday night at the ormal dance. CHI PHI SECOND PLACE Alice in WonderIancI" as in- rpre'I'ec.I by Chi PIII. ALPHA TAU OMEGA FIRST PLACE me dS AIpI1a Tau O g p I 'Hon of "Quo Vadis." "Gu by SI SIGMA CHI THIRD PLACE IITIP+d g Ch Nafive dancers in Tau Epsilon Pl1i's "Kon Tiki." sailed gcnoss flue N wafer --- .,...-,- , J- ,And as lhey ,, .- "' T 'T nd., Hhs rnfl 1 ' S waves broke -l """' ' E, .... ,Now 1 z I '1. ' 1-,,. wiml-"""s il? E. i .---4 4 l pf" mme . ? 2 T 3 x ll Arrived of lhe island ...- Q., -Q.. ----r ..-n--VA -Q - Q il :V 319.5 ....- wif- ,4- Q-bn ....3....i...we..,,,, ncyvg i s. -.,. Q- -.. -...,, Z -.. -..., 4--. Ki -.. i.. --.... - -...... --...qs ""'-S-.. -1... --.... 5...-.... - -.-. --.... -... -- -- 'L -i ,s ' MA57-.-.5. Q 1 -. """'-- -Q - --. Q .5 -w... """Tl,C 5 Wwhygx Y - ia.. , I Q" 'Y + 'QQ R ,L 'ug Sigma Pi slxefches "Cinderella." I, ,.,-1: .- :fm dr'- V , :'vi 1- - Alpha Epsilon Pi por- 'lrays "A Tale of Two Cifie-s." "The Deerslayer" shown by Sigma Nu iniuns included. Pi Kappa Alpha inferpreis "Through fhe Looking Glass." "Decameron" shown by Bela Theia Pi. Sigma Alpha Epsilon's replica of swamp life: "l Go Pogo." DOOLEY'S FROLICS l954 APRIL 30-MAY I DOOLEY'S ,FROLICS I954 APRIL 30-MAY AI Delia Tau Delhi enacfs scenes 'From "The Lasi- of fhe Mo- Means." DOOLEY'S FROLICS I954 APRIL 30-MAY I Dooley showed up during the Prol- ics with his snapshot camera to get the photographs on this page. The sets were shown in their entirety in the preceeding four pages, but here we are able to detect in close-up some of the detail of the settings and the beautiful costuming. The unique spectacle held the audience and judges in delight for nearly two hours Friday afternoon. Door check as 'lhe Friday nighi' informal gets underway: H659 checks Dooley's biceps. DOOLEY'S FROLICS I954 Alpha Tau Omega's Jim Thompson receives Dooley's ho h f IFC ff' D M . Dooley and his sweeiies-hey, we're down herel p Y rom represen a we on Dore Dooley dancing wifh Frolics Queen, Sarah Pe'Hy, sponsor of Phi Della The'I'a. QUEEN OF DOOLEY'S ' FROLICS ' I954 We cu? rugs. 'v Ralph Marlerie hifs high nofe SHAKESPEARE DAY Sian King and Irving Borsrein were a big hii' with ihe audience B. J. PrescoH' and Peggy Walrer on sfage for "The Comedy of Errors." On Wednesday, April 14, 1954, Emory commemorated the 390th birthday anniversary of XWi1liam Shakespeare. The program, unique in its kind, was the first to be presented at the university. Lectures, exhibits and a presentation of Shake- sperean songs and music plus "The Comedy of Errors" high- lighted the day's resume. The production, scenery, stage and costumes used in the play were all similar to those used in the Globe Theater in which Shakespeare staged most of his plays. Ann Cain and Ralph Posey in the Player's produciion. 5 x Q' V fsiffg 9 Q NNN ..,., . 44 f 1 u N J o V Q ,gsm M Q- In --------------'--.----------------------------------------444444444444444 QL Blood drive chairman Larry Custer, sfanding, signs up Ann Crowfher and Jere Fletcher. H"s nof so bad affer all .... Twice each year a campus-wide blood drive is spon- sored by. the Emory Student Government. Larry Cus- ter did an outstanding job as chairman of the blood drive this year. The Emory students bettered their previous two-day record by five pints with 414 dona- tionsfor the two-day fall drive. Fraternities and women's social clubs competed for percentage-participation trophies. Among larger fraternities Sigma Chi, with a flat 100 per cent par- ticipation C82 membersj Wong among smaller chap- ters, Beta Theta Pi came in iirstg among women's clubs, Tau Kappa Delta had the highest percentage. 130 Dr. Blalock and Sponsor Cooper Headed for Glenn Memorial, 'the Centennial Academic Procession Crosses the Quadrangle. Class reunions, medical addresses and honorary de- grees highlighted the celebration of the Medical Schools 100th anniversary on October 4-5. Nearly 1,000 alumni plus scores of special guests attended the Centennial. The celebration was climaxed by the Centennial convocation on Tuesday in Glenn Memorial Audi- torium when the honorary degree citations were given by President White. Speaker for the occasion was Dr. Alan Gregg, director of medical sciences of the Rockefeller Foundation MEDICAL CENTENNIAL October 4-5 PARENTS' DAY November 12 Mary Brooke, Senior Class President and Ken Murralw, Student Gov- ernmeni' President 'talk with some visiiing parenis. On Friday, November 12, the university presented a special program to welcome parents of Emory stu- dents. Special guided tours were conducted over the campus by Circle K. Parents had the option of at- tending an intramural football game or a reception in the Alumni Memorial Building. All of the fra- ternity houses were open to the visiting parents. Sophs puslrouf a dusry vrcfory of II-5 over freshmen. l l Pusl-:BALL GAME , ocroserz zz Under the directive guidance of the Student Council, pushball returned to Emory again this year. The sport, a mass contest between freshmen and sopho- mores, was begun in 1923. Despite dust, injuries and theft of the pushball itself, the sophomores won as per usual. GREEK WEEK OCTCBER 25 - 3 I October 25-50 marked the date of the first "Greek Week" held on the Emory campus. Sponsored by the I.F.C. the program honored fraternity members and pledges. Events in connection with the planning included din- ners, work projects and an interfraternity dance. Greek Week speaker Roberf M. Sfrozier acl- dresses fhe 'Frafernify banquef. An all fraferniiy sfeak dinner was held Friday nighf. Greek Week came fo a climax Safur- day nighi wifh fhe inferfrafern- Hy dance in 'rhe gymnasium. ,XA -A- P W Wi CVE' 4 , MFI. . 2, 'p, MQ? ,M lx. L fx ffl. his I-uw-,5 5 :gn ' ' . . -x 'W 6 ,ww NRG 'I NURSES COUNTRY FAIR NOVEMBER I2 Le+'s plan 'rhis 1-hing right Anyone 'For r3o'FFee? A corner of flue fairground. Food boofhs wi1'l1 a cake wall! provided "homemade" dishes. P-5 Qfggffaifl R Q fi we -1 Each year the Emory Nurses raise funds to send a nursing student to the World Council of Nursing Students which, next year, will be held in Rome, Italy. On Friday, November 12th the nurses held their annual benefit, this year the Country Fair, pro- viding food, fun, and dancing. Hawaii was never like +l1is. Girnme my uke, Luke. , 'H C i 2 r INTERFRATERNITY SING NOVEMBER 5 The Winners "Onward, Ye PeopIe" "l Gof Plenfy of Nuffin' " "The Sweefhearf of Sigma Chi" ! BAE "L'il Liza Jane" "Deep Night" "Ari Thou Wifh Me" Each year the Emory Interfraternity Council presents a competitive song fest among the fraternities. This year the frats were divided into two groups with respect to the size of the organization, thus stimu- lating a greater personal interest and giving the smaller ones a better chance at winning. Two win- ners and two runners-up were selected. Each fra- ternity rendered one classical, one romantic and one ragtime selection. The winning trophies were award- ed to Sigma Chi, the large fraternity winner, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon, small fraternity. Runners-up were Chi Phi for large fraternity, and Delta Tau Delta, small fraternity. ......., . ATA , ,Xe ,l l ll ,T SKITS-O-FRENIA FIRST PLACE EN Sigma Nu's production, "HomleHe", won the first place honors. The slcil' was di- rected by Phil Jardina. SECCND PLACE ATG Alpha Tau Omega fool: second place wilh their inlerprefafion of "The Dis- sipafion Game" based on lhe Broadway produclion, "The Paiama Game." Delia Tau Della won 'I-hird place wi+h -lheir version of "An American Tragedy" or "The Sludemvs Regress." ATA SKITS-O-FRENIA FEBRUARY 25 Once again this year the independ- ents' organization at Emory, The Campus Club, sponsored a univer- sity-wide skit program, Skits-O- Frenia. Rules state that any campus organization is eligible to enter the contest, but the fraternities and Nursing School, as in the past, com- posed the program. Local humor, drama and music plus a touch of artistic talent all project themselves into the elaborate planning and pro- duction. Vivid imagination lies be- hind each set. Winners were select- ed on a point system without con- sultation of the judges prior to their announcement. , .Q X WAX 0' ' fa A Kyla:-:Syl U ,721 , beauties THE JUDGE MR. ED DODD Creator of "Mark Trail" A queen by right is this Georgia Peach who has been chosen "Campus Queen" for 1955. Nina, a member of the Adelphean Society, is certainly famil- iar with reigning as a queen. Our beauty was Ga. Tech's Homecoming Queen last fall. She was also chosen as Miss Georgia Tech representing the 'Ramblin Wrecks in 'the 1955 Cotton Bowl. Nina enjoys acting as a hobby, and she has proven herself to be quite a star. She has performed with the Atlanta Theater Guild and Drama Tech. Nina is now anxiously looking forward to August when she plans to become a bride. CAMPUS BEAUTIES The campus staff chose Ed Dodd as judge of the 1955 Campus Queen contest. Mr. Dodd is the creator of the "Mark Trail" syndicated cartoon strip, which has won much National acclaim. The task of final selection was not an easy one in view of the large number of entries received. The editors of The Campus 1955 wish to sincerely thank Mr. Dodd for picking our queen and selecting the other beauties that appear in this section. Our congratulations, also, to the girls that were chosen to grace the pages of our book. le M55 CAMPUS QUEEN 138 ' . .51 Q - V 1--V .,V:,.,.,,.i,A...H,,.-,..7T.T...,,,,?:.-..,,TT.,,,,, V . . . V, . ., ., ,. , . , :V ,.. -- V- V, V -A , ,--f.- v , A,.,f...VW.. .WW . ,- , ' :vw 'f ., A' " 1- 1, rw ' ' " 'VV '1 ff.. 5:21 .V ' 'f 1: 5332531315-'-f 4-"T 4. x4'Zf'f?f-fmf zrfiyrff' 5 , ,Jw -' nm N - -5 ,Vf:4.g: ip- VV?-pa, V 1,4,g:'. h.'qQ,zfg-.Viv-qw? f,ff41mVam. y4fqVVmV,. 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It promoted the Pajama Game dance by Sponsoring ticket sales and nominating contestants for the Miss Sleepy Time Gal title. It also sponsored the social club participation in the blood drive and the formation of the Womenls Athletic Association. The permanent council will consist of those clubs which have been granted charters by the admin- istration. Diane Briscoe Peggy Hopper Nina Narmore wg, 'IVA'-. ELLEN Doss . . . Prefidenz JANE KERR . . Vice-Meriden! JOYCE CAMPBELL . . . Secfremry KAY KENT . . . Treasurer This year has been highly successful for the Adelphean Society in the Helds of scholar- ship, activities, and sports. Scholastically the club ranked high, with Mark Tracker, Barbara McKnight, Kay Kent, Laura Hailey, and Diane Briscoe boasting 3.0 averages for fall quarter. Projects as well as parties were enjoyed. At Christmas the Adelpheans entertained a group of orphans. Receiving honors during the year were: Betty Jane Webb who was voted secretary of the Freshman class, Kay Kent who was chosen to play the lead in See H ow They Rzmg and Nina Narmore and Barbara McKnight whose pictures were selected for the beauty section of the Campus. Nina was also elected Homecoming Queen of Georgia Tech. To add to all of these achievements, the Adelpheans received their temporary charter this year. Satisfaction and success crowned the efforts of the blue and white in 1954-55. Bobbye Bryani' Joyce Campbell Beisy Crow Ellen Doss Nancy Fleming Jane Kerr Mary McLaughlin Barbara McKnigl'1l' Ann Milor Wilhelmena Milion Lelia Thompson Berry Jane Webb Ann Winsbip .X ,'1'-'fha'- ADELPHEAN SOCIETY A XYWV --. - - - -V+ -V V-'- -f f-V ft "'- I V 3 -. -'E - r :eggs i gm - :W ' 2' V' - -as 3- - 1--., - v .Gf.,g'- :svn-,,f'. 5.11. ' L Ve 'fin , . 25.31-gi f ffl" K 1- , - I .C I - 'z Q fs. , J ....., , 1 3 ' l 'Q ht 'PS' - 6 '- lf' J, . . ,,,.. . 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I V, I . . V :-,L -1' G+' ' ' ,- 25' f H, 17' 1.- .- ,f7fl3V2V-gVfSVf- 'qiiaiw ' -' "1"'I'V"Lf':73VfV Sgig-.F -.iVf+ijf,IVp:gr29a 3 Zfi- i:!R.z45E:2'1s:':E :WSL . :Gr-l:1n..-:A 4- f -1 1. -V V 1 : .2 ze- : , V .. -.--:af - , .. -, 1-.::: V' -: aaa, ' V -e V3-fjg: 7 -' :,'2:r f'a- args. Lf:-1-Z, QV 21,1212-..'.V:: , . .5423 I " I ' . . Carolyn Akin Polly Eden Betsy Jones Mariorie Reynolds Ellen Anderson Virginia Eubanlcs Carol Leys Barbara Russell Daiie Banisler Judy Fiizsimmo Libby Lowe Diane Sweeney Barbara Benneii Frances Gradiclt Jeanne Matthews Elsbeib Voniobel HS On November 8, 1954, the Alpha Sigma Delta's received their temporary charter. During the year both gay and serious meetings were held, and projects as well as parties were enjoyed. Always willing to lend a helping hand, the Alpha Sig's won second place in the blood drive. Another successful undertaking was their work with Cerebral Palsy patients. Honors run high among the Alpha Sigma Deltais: Judy Fitzsimmons was secretary of the Sophomore class of the Nursing Schoolg Julie Buck was secre- tary of the Emory Womens Glee Clubg and Virginia Eubanks came in second in the Sleepy Time Gal contest. Important social events included several fraternity and club parties and a Founders' Day Banquet to celebrate their first year on the campus In sports, Alpha Sigma Delta girls held their own. julie Buck won one of the events in the fall swimming meet. Whether it be studies, parties, athletics, or honors for the club, Alpha Sigma Delta always does a great job. OFFICERS BEVERLY MAURER . . Pferialem MARY Jo W1LLIAMs, V.-Prem-Zen: VIRGINIA EUBANKS, Cor. Secretary ANN GUSCIO . . Rec. Secretary JULIE BUCK . . Treasurer ALPHA SIGMA DELTA Julie Bu Patricia Beverly Mary Jo clt Wil Ellen Bywalers Green Ann Guscio Maurer Barbara Peacoclt liams I0 o'cloclt class w icasgggt. I.- RMAQX. . . . .. .X. ,.,- X N.k. as - ..... . .. bead X . 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N X H Cleone David Carol Ann Doll Clemmie Haclcler Anne Howard Buzz Lee Charlotte McCabe Susan McKenzie Helen Ramsey Joan Raulerson Ellen Shippen Gloria Smifh Diane Strange Mary Emma Welch Elizabelh Worley Pal' Young Look, a camera! The Chi Club has reason to be proud of its many achievements during the past year. It is one of the clubs which has been granted its tempo- rary charter by Emory. Glancing at a list of campus leaders, one will find many names of Chi Club members. Pat Young was Sophomore representative to the Coed Executive Committee. Helen Ramsey was treasurer of the Fresh- man Nursing class. Sam McKenzie was secretary of the Senior class and won third place in the Sleepy Time Gal contest. When game time rolled around, Chi Club was often out frontg Helen Ramsey placed in the swimming meet. Constantly thinking of others is well demonstrated by the girls in this club. One of their main philantrophy projects was volunteer work in the Childrens' Ward at Grady Hospital. Social events are always a big thing for the Chi's. The rush parties during fall rush season included a Weiner roast, Roaring Twenries party, and a supper at Mammy's Shanty. The members of Chi Club can look back on the year 1954-55 with pride and satisfaction. OFFICERS ELIZABETH WORLEY Preiidem' - ELLEN SHIPPEN S e cremry-'I remwer CH CLUB KITE CLUB OFFICERS MARY BROOKE . . . Preridenz SHELTON BROOKE . Vice-Preridem LETITIA CROUCH . Cow. Secremry CYNTHIA CLARK . . Rec. Secrezazfy MARGARET LINCH . . Treafwef The Kite Club got off to a flying start in 1954-55, Ideals of scholar- ship and citizenship were emphasized, and the Kites took many honors. In campus activities, members could be found everywhere. The club was represented in W.H.O. by Mary Brooke, Tina Mann, and Margaret Linch, who served as treasurer. Margaret was also chairman of the Coed Association and secretary of the Student Development Committee. Mary edited the Coed Handbook. When election rolled around, the Kite Club was found to have many campus leaders: Ann Crowther, vice president of Eta Sigma Psi, June Dyal and Sue Wells, Freshman Representatives on the Executive Committee of the Coed Association, Kay Scheesley, presi- dent of the Emory Girls' Glee Club, Tina, Junior Representative to the Student Council, and Marcia Crawford, Sophomore treasurer. Mary was the first girl president of the Senior class at Emory. The Kite Club boasts four members, Elaine Baird, Mary, Marcia, Waii' your furn, Annie. Elaine Baird Le'ri'lia Crouch Dehryl Jackson Helen Smaihers A Mary Rose Bradford Mary Brooke Ann Crowfher June Dyal Mary Angela King Kaiherine LeGuin Carole Tharp Cynthia Tubbs Shelton Brooke Loretta Fields Margarei Linch Sue Wells and Sue, who are the fraternity sweethearts of Pi Kappa Alpha, Kappa Alpha, Chi Phi, and' Sigma Chi respectively. Sheron Hallum was elected "Miss Sleepy Time Gal.'l Lynette and Elaine Baird were selected as Campus Beauties-. Worthwhile projects also consume the time of Kite Club mem- bers. The most important one is aiding the Girls' Club of Atlanta in its work with underprivileged girls, for whom they gave a Christmas party. In addition to all these accomplishments, the Kite Club received its temporary charter from the University, held a Founders' Day Banquet, and won the trophy for selling the most tickets to the Pajama Game Dance. They also sponsored a Christmas dance to which all social clubs and fraternities were invited. Thus, by such enthusiastic participation, the Kites may well agree that this was a banner year. Sharlene Burns Cynthia Clark Marcia Crawford Sharon Crochef Elaine Fladger Ferral Garrison Sheron Hallum Pai Hardman Dannie Sue Mackin Christine Mann Joanne Morris Kay Scheesley LyneH'e Whiflaw , X 6 . A .. ja ' it y- W e ,,: A1A.'-w::g-3- G2-' 25-. - -. :rg :f5::.':1A:z'.,ge Af A' 3g'2A'f.,.,2fg . K , .9 4' .fi ' . I I ' -, , A I Q .-Q. . f . 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One of Pi Sigma's main projects was assisting at Aidemore Children's Hospital, At Christmas the members took the children presents and on Valentines Day, a box of Valentines. Other projects included teaching swimming to crippled children and taking part in the blood drive. Proving their ability in sports were Beverly Scarboro, Camille Pharr, Carolyn johnson, and Suzanne Camp. These girls helped to lead the Pi Sigma's to success in the swimming and volleyball tournaments. Never to be forgotten were the many social functions held during the year. A dinner party, a coffee, and dance at Athens were enjoyed by all the members. Along with the many activities and social events in which the girls took part, there was still time for Carolyn Corley and "Sunny', to get pinned, and for jean Ann Perkins to get married. Winter quarter, Pat Rogers was named sweetheart of Sigma Nu. The Pi Sigma's upheld the ideals of leadership and scholarship on which their club was founded and in every Way carried the scarlet and white banner to victory. Sulanne C-imP Carolyn Corley Darlene Crenshaw Glo,-ia Howell Jenifer Lyle Martha Mifchell Sara O'SI-fields Marge,-ef parks Shelby Rayder Beverly Scarboro Eleanor Wilson SYLVIA JACKSON . . . Pfemienz 3 CARYL NEEL . . Vice-Meriden! , PAT TULLIER . . . Secretary BECKY CHENEY . . Trearwef Donna Adams Becky Cheney Ann Daniel Eleanor Hughes Pai Maguire Kalherine McGeachy Clara Lee Moodie Carol Murphy Alice Ogden Ann Pomeroy Roberta S+urdivan1' Pal' Tullier Tau Kappa Delta, another club to be granted its temporary charter, took an active part in all fields of activity at Emory this year. Many girls were outstanding on the campus. Charlotte Neff was elected president of W.H.O. and was also the first coed graduate of Emory to be accepted to the Emory Medical School. Charlotte and Becky Cheney were the Senior Representa- tives to the Executive Committee of the Coed Association. Pat Maguire was tapped for membership in Eta Sigma Psi and was chosen as vice-president of the Women's Glee Club, as a Nursing School representative, she served as secretary of the Student Council. Becky served as the first chairman of the Inter-Club Council. To prove they have beauty as well as ability, the T K D's point to Pat Tullier who was crowned Queen of Carries Carnival and Ann Pomeroy who was chosen asa representative of the Nursing School in the Sleepy Time Gal competition. justifiably proud of their philanthropy work, the T K D's devoted many hours to working with the crippled children at Scottish Rite Hospital. They won the trophy for the fall blood drive. All in all, it was a busy year, and one to be remembered by all of Tau Kappa Delta. TAU KAPPA DELTA OFFICERS Sylvia Jackson Barbara Kaienbrink Caryl Neel CharloH'e NeFf Ann Whifehead You can'+ hardly get lhem kind no more Th' gang fhaf sang- vs 'Q' X? as 1- KN Georgia Brown Diane Daily Anna Lee Embrey Roberta Harris Jacqueline Johnson Jane? Hartman OFFICERS R 3. 5 GEORGIA BROWN ..... .Preiidenz ROBERTA HARRIS . . Secretary-Tfearzner Concluding their first year on the Emory campus, the Anchora's will all agree that it has been a prosperous and active one. Highlighting the social calendar were club parties and participation in the Pajama Game activities and Dooley's Frolics. One of the main projects of the club is concerned with sight conser- vation and aid to the blind. The Anchora's have a reason to be proud of their work on this philanthropic project. Among the many organizations which claim Anchora's members is the Emory Women's Glee Club. The Anchora girls kept their spirit high and can acclaim the year 1954-55 a most profitable one. ANCHORA ,I The pause thai refreshes COED SNAPS Zoo--ology Lab ' sr, , M J-Z' Teasippers V 1 '- I Opening nigh? a+ Harry's , :rl , :fr z: o4mf 1 mwszw-Aw: mf 1 fl' ATO SWEEPSTAKES 1, 1955 I Ken Murrah, ATO President presenis 'Trophy fo Chi Club's Mary Emma Welch. Close to 1,000 people gathered on the football field to witness the first annual ATO sweepstakes. When the smoke had cleared and the casualties accounted for, the Chi Club had overcome all opposition to win the trophy. The Kite Club took second place. The sweepstakes featured a sack race, a milk- drinking contest, a three-legged race, a balloon blow- ing contest, and a tomato throwing contest. In addi- tion, a dressing contest in which the fairer sex had to change into n1en's clothing, and a beautycontest were on the agenda. Miss Ann Whitehead of Tau Kappa Delta was selected as queen and was crowned by President White. .. . - . , McFadden Elaine Fladger, Sharon Silver, Carol Nease, Carol Wommaclz, Ann Johnslon, Kay Kent. I up se- INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL frqfv f " lil-531. ' 3 3 ':g--.. xii I '.' v .. me A fliilff' AEIT . ATO . . BGJH . Xi? . ATA . KA . CIDAGJ . . IIKA . BAE . . EX . EN . EH .... TEKIJ ,. . . Campus Club Page 158 160 162 164 166 168 170 172 174 176 178 180 182 184 RODN EY CULLER Treasurer H EN RY CAM PELL Secrefary JOH N LOVVORN Vice-presidenf ALPHA EPSILON PI Milton Goldman jimmy Solomon ALPHA TAU OMEGA Pete Pederson George jones BETA THETA PI Bob Taylor Chico Thomas CHI PHI Richard Reynolds Bill Morgan DELTA TAU DELTA Ed Chance John Henniss KAPPA ALPHA George Swanson Dick jones PHI DELTA THETA John Hines Bob Henry DON MOORE President PI KAPPA ALPHA Pitt Tomlinson Mike Gearon PI KAPPA PHI Emmett Wilkerson Bill Roane SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Tommy Crymes Porter Anderson SIGMA CHI Ted Samrnons Gene Garrett SIGMA NU Larry Custer Raleigh Thompson SIGMA PI Rodney Culler David Thorne TAU EPSILON PHI Harvey Levy Lenny Gilbert I ., A, ...,.. I Composed of two representatives from each of the fourteen social fraternities on the campus, the Emory Interfraternity Council acts as coordinator of all interfraternity activi- ties and strives to promote joint university and fraternity functions. The advisory board, composed of faculty and administration members, helps in this task. The Council sponsored its first annual Greek Week during the fall quarter, ending the week with a banquet and a dance. During the winter quarter the Council sponsored its annual Interfraternity Sing. In the spring quarter the Council helped sponsor Dooley's Frolics, the highlight of the year's social activities. At Dooley's Frolics all of the fraterni- ties presented spectacular lawn displays in a weekend considered unique among those of any other college in the nation. Active work toward sponsoring a campus blood drive is one of the many service projects of the Council. The Council participates in the Christmas Empty Stocking Fund drive sponsored by the junior Chamber of Commerce of Atlanta. Another worth-while project aided by the fraternity men is the Old Newspaper Boys Day sponsored by the Variety Club of Atlanta to collect funds for the Cerebral Palsy school. The Council sponsors various athletic tournaments between the fraternities, and to stress the importance of scholarship, the IFC presents trophies to the fraternity main- taining the highest average and to the fraternity showing the most scholastic improve- ment for the year. All incoming freshmen receive an IFC rush booklet, and the Council acts as the ruling body for all rush week activities. Emory University INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL DON MOORE . . . President JOHN LOVVORN . V,-Preiidem HENRY CAMPELL , Secrefary RODNEY CULLER . Treasurer J 2 MISS ROBYN SROCHI f . ' '-6- ' ALPHA EPSILON PI 46' OFFICERS SCHLOSSMAN, TOBIN, KUNIANSKY, GOLDMAN. 2 T S Y' S M RS. BESSIE COTTON Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity was founded at Washington Square Campus of New York University on November 7, 19153 and Epsilon, the first Southern Chapter, was founded at Emory in November of 1920. At the National Convention in Chicago our Sweetheart, Miss Robyn Srochi, was elected the Sweetheart of national AEPi. The highlight of the fall quarter was the annual Pledge-Brother danceg in the winter quarter we had our regional conclave here in Atlanta. In February the annual Father and Son Banquet was held, Gary Richman was named the best pledge and received the award. at the banquet. Epsilon men found time to be active in extracurricular activities also. Brother Henry Campell was elected Secretary of the IFC. Alex Gup wielded the gavel for APO Service Fra- ternity. jack Horowitz edited the Campus and was tapped for ODK and DVS. Howard Klein served as the Business Man- ager for the Barkley Forum. Throughout the year the house dances livened up the social program. In the Spring the fraternity held a Sweetheart dance and participated in Dooley's Frolics. I s '45 Ha xii. Kr'-si' F1-if I 1? 'Qi X . l. V W f- 'rf --7 .. eu- y is l .- .yi X N- iw s E . , I - -.J L x 'Xl' 'Zi' -an - wr- . ,,. 'MVS ,. l r Q .Z .... X x r i, S A I ' I F -4. . 3 - 51 tt :W .f-- ,. " V A K X 3 .l:'1'r:f. , die ? -Q . 45 rr .5 . ,-,,. A J , 5 E . Harold Asher Malcolm C. Eslroff Lawrence G. Goldslein Howard E. Klein Alan J. Mandel Sieve Allen Schulman Saul Weinberg Fred B. Augusf Norman L. Esfroff Herbie B. Goodman Joel L. Korofzer Donald Minsk Edwin B. Shiller Jerry F. Weingrad Arlhur J. Axelrod Leonard Fishman Howard Goodman Harry R. Kuniansky Marvin A. Perlis Barry D. Simmons Howard B. Weinsfein Epsilon Chapter Harold A. Black Arnold H. Fram Milfon S. Goldman Roberl A. Lachman Gary O. Richman John A. Simmons Michael P. Wyler James B. Boorslin David S. Franco Alex K. Gup Herberl G. Levine M. L. Rosenbloum James W. Solomon Irving J. Borslein Gordon N. Gerson Jack M. Horowilz Stanford Levy Anchel 'S. Samuels Billy Sonenshine Aron Breslow Roberl H. Gold Phil Z. Israel Larry D. Lewis Ted S. Schlossman lra L. Tillem Henry S. Campell Larry Kaminsky Harvey S. Goldslein Marvin S. Malfzman Howard S. Schneider Wayne E. Tobin Gerald A. Zall ALPHA EPSILON Pl FALL OFFICERS NORMAN ESTROFF . Pferidenz WAYNE TOBIN . . V.-President TED SCHLOSSMAN . Secretary HARRY KUNIANSKY . Tfeamrer SPRING OFFICERS WAYNE TOBIN . . Preridemf TED ScHLossMAN . V.-Pferidemf MILTON GOLDMAN . Serremry HARRY KUNIANSKY . Tfeamrer ALPHA TAU OMEGA D 55 M 'Q as :WK C'-ULX04 OFFICERS-MOORE, PEDERSON, MURRAH, AND MAYFIELD. MISS M. GHOLSTON MRS. W. A. UPSHAW Alpha Tau Omega was founded in 1865 at V.M.I. Alpha Theta Chapter was founded in 1881. Class officers in the fraternity include: Ken Murrah, president of the student bodyg john Crenshaw, president of the sopho- more class. Ray Marchrnan is AFROTC cadet colonel. Brother Don Moore is IFC prexy. We won first place in the 1954 Dooleys, and came in second in Skits-O- Frenia. Eight brothers entered Med School in the fall. Mrs. Upshaw serves eighth year with ATUs. Chef Tom Sessions begins his 26th consecutive year, We won the 1954 blood drive and retired the trophy. Last summer we were hosts to the National Fraternity's Dixie jubilee Congress with Alpha Taus from 116 chapters partici- pating. Brother Murrah walks oi with honors day awards, receiving the Luthur Brittain award and getting tapped for ODK and DVS. 7' r f XY. fn: ik Q Q 'if' Q -5 Y V -A - J A X :X N A -ia l . ,4 -x E' J .jf f ,. ,vkx y . si? 'R' Woody Adams Ray Chapman John Crenshaw Eugene Hamillon John Longshore William Milchell Alan Paulk David Shacklell 11,-,.i .se -41" ' xf-"1 1 . , ' 5? :Wm 'V U .- E, gh V A' " 5 . I '- K -N f A ' . 2 , 15 I 1- Q A '- vu, , . " .. M . y K 1 7 W, ...,,,, Q . ,. .,... . N . ,R 'IQ 2 5 ' l 1. J S A , a.. 1 . I I -r . Y., ,.,- 7 .- - Eff... , ee-7,3 f '-new ' ,' -3 ,, , br ,.-QL. . 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' "T 'Ba Wallace Alslon Jack Chidsey Tinsley Ellis William Harrison Slephen Lyons Deane Mohr Pele Pedersen Don Sidener Gordon Warren Alpha Theta av James Avereli, Jr. Paul Childs Richard Esles William Hill Jim McClunq Don Moore Ogden Persons Ollie Sorsdahl James Whelchel Hoyl Barreli, Jr. D-avid Coker Ro-bert Fergason Ronald Johns John McTier Ralph Morgan Joel Pierce Edward Slalom Rylon Wills I .Jos Neat" if .Mase-1 . ,M 1 , 4 .,. ,, Jim Bowman Dean Combee Roberl Field George Jones Penn McWhorl'er Kenneth Murrah Hearsl Roane Gordon Sleele Gerald Whife 7 .. as 1 Ax John Branscomb John Coney George Greene Kennon Kenl Ray Marchman, Jr. Marlin Myers Ed Sams Dennis Sferling John Wise Millon Bullet Frank Corker Fred Greiner Brunell Langford Pele Mayfield Paul O'Shields Richard 'Sams Russell Vann Taylor Wyrine ALPHA TAU OMEGA . .' 15. 3 Clarence Cade, Jr. Glenn Crawford Billy Gresham Sam Lewis James Mellon, Jr. George Page James Schafer Bill Wallace FALL OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS KEN MURRAH . . . President KEN MURRAH . . . Prem-lem C I,-I a 1- e r PETE PEDERSON . V.-Pfefidenz PETE PEDERSON . V.-President p OGDEN PERSONS . . Sewezary PETE MAYFIELD . . Secretary DON MOORE . . Treasurer DON MOORE . . . Tfeaxuref 53,2-.j'i's 453 BETA THETA PI I 65USmnaE55o Founded at Miami University 1859 . . . Emory chapter chartered in 1948 . . . First flight in football . . . Betas discover their sweet, demure sponsor, Sally Wilt, also flys jets . . . "Tweeny" Bevan makes ODK, DVS and passes Dr. Bevan's psychology course . . . pledges take traditional Grant Park excursion trip . . , Erik Schonberg, "the Flying Finn," churns up new tank records . blood Hows free from Beta veins and the third straight trophy goes up on the shelf . . . Wheel praises Gene Curtis for Phoenix artwork C ! D . . . Askren leads Colwell to altar, Brown leads Taylor . . . Peachtree Gardens Triad dance . . . Players name David Parker president, Norman Nich- olson gets business manager . . . Winter Quarter "Sweetheart" Dance great success . . . Candler Rog- ers, senior class secretary, gives it all up for law schoolg searches in vain for some more lOl courses . . . "Mother Lou" continues to reign royally as our beloved housemother. MISS SALLY WILT MRS, J. B. BUNNELL OFFICERS--NICHOLSON, MILLER, TAYLOR, AND FAULKNER. .ff j 1 'T r r 2. ,I ,-,ggi J -wifi' .Vw , 1 4 M Nd' X K... , x l, :GAL 'S -: A -5- I .5 Qi' NJ, i A 'il l T Wa, 'ze 1 , was fifil- 'W' 'XL' :, . , fi i Wu 5' lelilxq A , A frLiili1'i'i'l'.v"li 429234 'f 'S' ill, , inf , ,,,f .rl . wi ,v Mil 1 '1t"' if " inlay? l ,., , ffm A , Q a ,4- 1 T350 VW -.un 4 113 IVV 'FWV Eric Beardslee Joseph Bevan James Buffs Prafl Carfer John Chapman Richard Colquill Charles Cox 'Gene Curlis Ronald Davis James Demopoulos Kaspar Duncan Jan Edens Roberf Faulkner Jim French Carl Gray Bernard Heeke Fred Heide John Hilber? Holland Jackson Rufus Kirkland James McFarland Mallory May George Miller Harmon Miller Norman Nicholsotn Walfon Owens David Parker Davis Pale D'5f1l'lY Paulk James Powell Courfland Rizer Candler Rogers Erik Schonberg Richard Souviron Ernesl' Swanson . GUY Taylor Roberl Taylor James Thomas Warren Tingley Gus Wallers, Jr. Frank Zeigler Gamma Epsilon Chapter BETA TH ETA Pl FALL OFFICERS WARREN TINGLEY . President GEORGE MILLER . V.-Pmidenr CANDLER ROGERS , Secretary PRATT CARTER . . Trerzmrer SPRING OFFICERS GEORGE MILLER . . President GUY TAYLOR . . V.-Preridem ROBERT FAULKNER . Secretary NORMAN NICHOLSON, Treasurer N -il' K Q - , 443 . ei. c H I P H I X , oijl A X' lim' ' Q GQ gm Chi Phi, founded in 1824 at Princeton, is known as - I 4 the first Greek-letter social fraternity. Gamma chap- ter was established May 19, 1869, at Emory-at- M Oxford, and moved to Atlanta in 1917. It's present MISS MARCIA CRAWFORD home, known as Tom Connally Hall, was built in 1932. Gamma chapter started this year by winning second place in the IFC Sing . . . This year's skit was called Black Man . . . A Christmas party for the children of Sheltering Arms Community House was given . . . After February's initiations, there was a banquet given for all the new brothers-Joe Murphy was presented the outstanding pledge trophy . . . February 20, marked our housemother's tenth year with Gamma Chapter. Mother Preston was given an open house with 200 people attending, which was very success- ful . . . The annual formal was held at the Biltmore Hotel . . . Our new sponsor, Miss Marcia Crawford, was presented at the formal . . . This year saw sev- eral costume parties among which were a pajama party and a Roman toga party. -,,.--"" .f-"""f' OFFICERS-PAVLOVSKY, CALLAWAY, NORTHCUTT WHITING, BURNS, AND STANDARD. MRS. MYRA PRESTON William Adams Jackson Coley Jr. Thomas Goodwin Barry McConnell David 'Pearson Leon Scoll' Jr. James Sfurgis William Alverson John Crawford Bernie Haighl' James Means Roberl Philip Pal' Scofl' William Trimble QLSFH Bailey' Waller Bealer Frank Burns 'Sydney Bush Tom Daly Jr. Frank Davis Joseph Davis Ronald Farr Radford Janney Nick Johns Thomas Johns John King William Morgan Jack Moss Joe Murphy Roberl Norfhculf Bob Pinson James 'Pofferfield Edward Prilchell Richard Reynolds l Carroll Smilh Ill Leon Smilh Efhan Sfaals Henry 'Sfandard Wendell Underwood Thomas Veale IPaul Wesfbrook Marvin Whiling George Callaway Jr. William Chrislian lll Albert Foriinberry Baxfer Gentry Jr. Jimmie Knighl Solon .Pafferson George Romberg Mecklyn Sfocklon Roger Youmans Rudy 'Lilflefield William 'Pavlovsky :Phil Scardapane John Sfrolher Jr. CHI PHI FALL OFFICERS BOB P1NsoN . . . Pfemienz Gamma Chapter BILL PAVLOVSKY . V.-Pfemienz MICKEY STANDARD . Secretary RADFORD JANNEY . Treamrer SPRING OFFICERS BILL PAVLOVSKY . . Pfefidenz MICKEY STANDARD, V.-Preridem MARVIN WHITING . Secretary ROBERT NORTHCUTT, Treasurer ,I b jj, .3 igvkf DELTA TAU DELTA XI 'lf ,Q-J TAO l iWIl 1 -7 .-1 3.143 'illll-Lillllfljuii I , Wins? A O -If 5 Qs 0, '-1 o Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, founded at Bethany College, West Virginia, in 1859 . . . Emory Chapter founded at Oxford in 1882 and moved to Atlanta campus in 1915. OFFICERS- CAPPS, CHANCE, FOY BURNETTE, McMILLAN. MISS MEMYE CURTIS Majority of Delt' trophies disappear over Thanksgiving Holidays-later revealed that ex-pledge of Chapter, who had joined Emoryis loyal following of Delts at Georgia, led the attack . . . "Delt Singers" capture runner-up position among small fraternities in I. F. C. Sing . . . Ex-President Wade Knowlton and Beverly Maurer of Alpha Sigma Delta Sorority arrange annual Christmas party for orphans this year. Butch Schmitt persists in attempting to crash Board of Directors meetings of Southern Airways . . . Memye Qurtis, junior at Agnes Scott and daughter of Delt Alumnus, adds the feminine touch to Shelter as Delta Darling . . . Basketball team takes Flight 5 competition . . . Alcoholic knee forces Henniss to withdraw temporarily from school Cunable to support ith . . . "Delt Players" receive third place honors in Skits-O-Frenia, thanks to direction of our Sweetheart and President . . . Beta Epsilon defies convention with April Formal.. . . Parents' Club breakfast lures party-goers back to Shelter for night C girls go homel. MRS. R. S. HUMPHRIES wr... K' '23 .--og. V ' 1 i' N i 4, I J -eff f.." " W--of if if .aff-s w ,. f f - ' W ,W 1 "5 ' - i 'I 1 - . X1 , N, , -A , A, S: i U ii- A X '. Q ' 1 ' , :rf mt" - ww eg: .,. T f V ' fwa 1 Nl A ' ' ' fag 4.1.31 - -- 1 A ,I . iff' fi.-' - 9 " - :E :- EIN . . ' 'N ' 'i Y - --.jr Q- ., fl Q.. V I . L E .E J lm H l , A , A . I . fin' ' - " 15' 'E ' . - A 3 ,f V ' "" ff' ' . s ff, 73. , , , I n Y: E .',y . ' T -fsz i' z Marvin Braniley James Burnes Gaines Burneffe Thomas Byrd Jr. Ralph Capps Eddie Chance 'William Drosf Roberl' Foy James -Erisbie Richard Griffin Roberl' Haynes John Henniss Dunklin Henry Fred Higginbofham Sam Horfon Gordon Kilpatrick Wade Knowlfon Russel McMillan Edward Merrhinick Joseph Paferno Roberl Roberfs Elberf Schmiff Richard Sheldon John Syribeys Bela Epsilon Chapter John Wilcox DELTA TAU DELTA FALL OFFICERS WADE KNOWLTON , Premient ROBERT FOY . . Vice-Prexizient BOB ROBERTS . . . Secretary GAINES BURNETTE . Treasurer SPRING OFFICERS ROBERT Foy . . . Prexident ED CHANCE . . Vice-Prefidenf RALPH CAPPS . . . Secretary GAINES BURNETTE . T reqmrer 'Z KAPPA ALPHA i ,S QZXQP W, II If X EL Kappa Alpha order was founded at Washington and Lee University on December Zlst in 1865 and now has 76 active chapters with approximately 56,000 men. K. A. has the dis- tinction of being the second oldest fraternity organized on the Emory campus, being founded in 1869. The cannon blasted twenty-five times on Pledge-Sunday starting the year off right. The Old South Ball highlighted the social event of the year. K. A.'s worked hard in athletics, activities, and scholarship making it one of the best all round years. John Goff was made president of the business school, and Pistol Knight was busi- ness manager of the Campus and the Wheel. MISS MARY BROOKE I OFFICERS - HEAD, MILHOUS, THOMASSON. MORRIS. MRS. CARRIE SMITH .-Q R A -Q. 13" ""'mg-i.- ,I H Jw' .Iva , , 415' .- 1 ' M I, .. I , 5 ' ,f f -, I f ,E 1 V 4"'- 1 , I gifts TS' l ,ua- ill! is 1 6 'aK. lj, Q. ,Q 915 l Y Y fam 1 fx. J V fi? f - -1 '- I V. .R tru . A J rv V X . ' ,i .1 , .. 1 i 1 , k : Q 22'-3, R N A V V nw A H R Qi L. We ..,,, if 1-T2 2 ' 3-,N 4. ,u it ' , Ms - U .F ,IVE "" " . ' A fipf: 'Zed 5, ' ' 1 r I or ,, ' 'f ,, 1 V, ' - is v it V. J -' 32.2. V rl: J Q -fr .I ,V A .- in if Q9 Richard Agnor Roland Anderson Charles Blalock Robert Boger Barnwell Daley Don Davis William Davis, III Mickey DeLoache Walter D-ickinson Stuart Edwards John Goff James Griffin Dick Hand Alton Hallum William Hailey Paul Hawkins Jerry Head Joe Hurlbut Thomas lngram Jo-hn Jenkins Marvin Johnson,,Jr. Dick Jones Jerry Joyner Mark King Seth Knight Tom 'Lamar Leo Lancaster Allen Long James Lowe Bradwell McAlister Jesse McGinty, Jr. Malvyn McKibben Paul Miles Jimmy Milhous John Morris, lll Larry Morris William Pearce Ernest Rackley Jack Saussy Hamilton Smith Fred Snell George Swanson Jimmy Thomasson Roger Turner Jack Uible Ralph Usina OFFICERS Fall and Spring . JIMMY THOMASSON ....... . .. Pfeffdwf Ep s I l o n C I1 a le r JIMMY - ' Vm'P"mM p LARRY MORRIS . - ' 5ef'm'9' JERRY HEAD . . Treamref ipN PHI DELTA THETA t is OFFICERS - SHAFFER, HOLDEN, GLANCY AND STRICKLAND. MISS MARY HOBBY MILLS . ,.,, ' - - - . V ., -fmasai-:aa-si-if:q-:-:-::ftrsa-- 1. Y ' '::s, qfrzregzwsg-f:sIs - 'if-'NC-ZF' I :.,:i:4.""-::-,:.: 'X -'Z':':5:':5Z-15:4-I 9 :,' : :Q :-51,5 ,L '-wk! it-:::g:.l1I1I::E1l1 G 5'5"-. I"Z-' 'V 3 1 ,'-.-,3:3: 1'- ' "2 5:-1- t?I::::-lliglg.:7:.s,,r. ., , 'rr :'.:1.,...-.si .1 -"' - Ma:-"'1 . '-1':f'75 -FE . ' "'i'RQ6Y35:3:7'5::51'.2S5 v, ., g:i3gg42gzgZ'5f,g,jfgj,g-:.' X Q,-, . pf ,H ' MRS. W. F. EVANS Phi Delta Theta, founded in 1848 at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, established Georgia Beta Chapter at Emory- at-Oxford in 1871. The Phis got off to a good start this year with athletic championships in football, swimming, soccer, wrestling, and cross-country . . . The Chapter is well represented in ODK, DVS, ABU, Eta Sigma Psi, and Phi Beta Kappa, as well as in Student Government . . . Beth Minter received a Rhodes scholarship . . . The winter formal held at the Rainbow Roof saw the presentation of Miss Mary Hobby Mills as sponsor . . . Mrs. Bill Evans is acclaimed the best of house-mothers . . . Tom Davis served as president of the Glee Club, John Mills headed the Honor Council, and Charlie Ginden led the IFC . . . The annual Miami Triad dance was held early in the spring quarter. ,. . ..., . ,.,,.,r.t. 1 ..., . ,E .tv ' , g f ' . ,if Steve 'P. Strickland Hugh M. Tarbutton S 'ISLV5:': -"E 4' I5 62? :R X wx ii? i 1 1-Q F. K. Allan J. L. Askew William B. Brown James L. Carpenter Robert L. Du.Pont, Jr. William E. Ensign William C. Griffith Robert W. Gunn Guy W. Hood Richard G. Hutchinson William S. McCarty Clifford A. McKay Beth W. Minter Frank W. Peacock Clyde C. Smith, Jr. James D, Speight Russell W. Wallace Kingsley W. Weatherly Bela Chapter '19 ""? -as Ernest C. Aulls, Jr. C. R. Joe Caskin Jack T. Fields Phil W. Harp Pearce G. Jenkins Robert G. Mallory Clarence N. Petty William L. Stephens Harvey L. Wilson .V u ,X ,V Va! 'gg ' ff .7 .. " wi- ' 1 ' I 'Q VZf'.:,.r 'f' 1 I, ,. V, ,Z ,, ,.., , , , f'N - ' , ' 4 . 1 A4 , f - V. 4- . f ,,,.,., I , WJ.,- , b . - 4? I .' 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Wilkinson 'I I I 'V ,.:j 'V ,Q ,jg -. iw., I, .ifi'i'3, 'i9fT 11 ,, V V CiI1f?3i'22, , ,,, .,,, .,,,,,,,. Z V, s. :HZ 'Q WS' George H. Beggs Samuel J. Crow William Garoni, Jr. Bob F. Henry David H. Knapp Herman L. Metcalf, Jr. Paul Scogqins, Jr. Charles A. Taylo-r, Jr, Cecil B. Wilson PHI DELTA TH ETA FALL OFFICERS HUGH TARBUTTON . Preriderrz BILL GRIFFITH JOHN HINES . . V.-President . . Secretary STEVE STRICKLAND . Treasurer Reginald J. Bell Thomas W. Davis Charles B. Ginden John R. Hines, Jr. Richard T. Lee Ralph E. Miller Tommy A. Siachos Tom T ompson Phillip G. Benton Donald R. Dorminey David L. Clancy Horace P. Holden Robert B. Letsinger John A. Mills, III John Jones Skinner Jack L. Walker, Jr. Jimmy J. Wray SPRING OFFICERS HORACE HOLDEN . President DAVID GLANCY . V.-Preriderzz JONES SKINNER . . Secretary STEVE STRICKLAND . Treasurer DP M PI KAPPA ALPHA X f7 'I If Q ,g.Q.,KiXIXII cw .f H 4 ' A we X :I . . .lx ,.. :ea sier at I OFFICERS-SMITH, BELOTE, BIGGER, AND YOUKINS. Pi Kappa Alpha, founded in 1868 at the University of Virginia, established Beta Kappa chapter at Emory in 1919. The pikes opened up the year with a bang by holding open house for the newly completed 325,000 wing, Athleticly the flight two football championship, third place in swim- ming, third place in the cross country track, and third place in the IFC track meet kept the ball rolling. During the fall quarter the Empty Stocking Fund Drive Cup joined last Springs Old News Boys Day trophy on the mantle. The pikes succeeded in thrashing the Sigma Nus in the annual Duck Bowl game for a free party and duck dinner. Miss Willie Daniel was presented as sponsor at the Dream Girl Formal held at the Piedmont Driving Club in Feb- ruary. Mrs. Erma Barnett serves as our very wonderful mother-of-the-house. In the early spring the pikes rounded out their busy social year with a house party Cwowlj and many luncheons and dances in the wing and on the patio. 1 I MISS WILLIE DANIEL MRS. ERMA BARNETT 5 Z "' p in C3 wie TIT' an "'l'J' , a ll '23 'Nr "Y-'I' 317' M9100 :rr-f James Belole Tom Bigger Jerry Boafrighl' Gene Cashin Herman Cobb Berl Collell' Raymond Cowarf Norden Davis John Gearon Charles Gillespie Al Hesler William Hosick Gerald Kemper Jr. William Lee Peler Meisenzahl Jimmy Pruill Wilburn Rivenbark Charles Simon Eugene Smllh Richard Still Pilf Tomlinson Dan Welch Louis Wells Daniel Younkins Bela Kappa Clwapler Pl KAPPA ALPHA FALL OFFICERS HERMAN COBB . . Prefident TOM BIGGER . . Vice-Prefiafent CHARLES GILLESPIE . Secretary GENE SMITH . . . Treawrer SPRING TOM BIGGER DAN YOUKINS JAMES BELOTE GENE SMITH O FFI C ERS Prefideni . V,-Pfefiflenl . . S ecretafy Treamrer b S 'i A IH g 4-' 'ie' V?-Q9 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON -4 Marv-www .2 A1113 5 I'-"Zu f t- 1 ,. OFFICERS - SNITZER. cRoM- WELL, SIRMANS, AND KING. MISS SALLY FORRESTER MRS. B. A. ALDERMAN Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the University of Alabama in 1856, and has since become one of the largest social fraterni- ties in the world. Georgia Epsilon chapter was founded on the Emory campus at Oxford in 1881 and had the first fraternity house built on the Atlanta campus. ' This year was very successful socially and started with a wonderful round of rush parties. The winter formal was given at the Druid Hills country club, and the Piedmont Driving Club was the scene of the annual Founders Day banquet and formal. In campus activities, we had four student council members, Gene Sirmans was chairman of the publications council, Bob King was president of the Barkley Eorum. Larry Grimes was chosen as an all-Emory football star and Ormond Grimes was co-captain of the wrestling team. Bill Cromwell was outstanding on the wrestling team and Red Fisher was the swimming team's ace diver. Sirmans gets tapped for ODK and DVS. - , ., C Q 1 I-,aw -I 5 I, I I . as ' 'J' IA , Q. 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Prexident BILL CROMWELL . V.-Pfefidenz GENE SIRMANS . . Secretary CHARLES SNITZER . Treasurer SIGMA CHI ? E i ? ' Cx -oh The Sigs started the year off by pledging thirty-five of the top newcomers to Emory. They then settled down to the job of retaining their high standing in all fraternity activities. Inter- fraternity saw the Sigs take their fifth straight IFC Sing victory "as usual," come out tops in the blood drive with one hundred per cent participation and came in a close second in total collection for the Empty Stocking Fund. In the race for the athletic trophy, the Sigs are second and climbing fast with seconds in football, cross-country, wrestling and the champion- ship in basketball. Fall elections saw four of Beta Chi's best sweep to victory and the high scholarship standing maintained. Miss Annie, in her tenth year as Queen of the house-mothers, YM.. . 11. 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VV -V 1 , ,k ff: V - VV. - ,V -gj-1 :V , V- VV ' arf- VV ,VV W' -V V ,' V' ,V ' " 1 V ' V V . 'ZZ - fair ' 2 -j ' lr' 70 ' ,V , ,X A .A srfff' ., fi- Vgzffi. , JVV- V: -- arf." 1- T' V ' V-,sim ' .LVfgV 5g,5V,V.:V,f,.1 g Vgwfl 2 '1:.:,-11, -1 V- .gr 13'-' V- - ' .' Q. X -- . I Vx VV James Aycock Neal Chandler George Fuller Glenn Jennings Wilson Kerr, Jr. Denny Milligan Walr 'Pyne Davidson Smilh Jerry Tucker Sam Wells Smith Banks Ronald Cordes James Fuzzard Alfon Johnson M. Knighi, Jr. Bill Mitchell Larry Ray Frank Smilh Jack Turbiville Johnny Wick Fred Barllelf Waller D-ykes Gene Garrelf Cleve Jones Reginald Kurfiss William Moore Dc-nald Reynolds Gene Soud Bob Walsfon Chrisfie Wilkerson Bela Chi Chapter Frank Baumeisler Ronald Eilh Glenville Haldi Neil Kain Alden Landel, Jr. William O'Neal Sam Rogers Edmond Slrickland Calvin Wallrers Bruce Wilson Jeff Boozer Joe Edwards Roberl' Haldi Anfon Brice Jere Flelcher Lamar Hardegree Wm. Kalibah, Jr. James Lay Joe Parroil Bob Rooks Thomas Taylor Joe Warren, Jr. Thomas Wilson Donald Kea Guignard Lee Lee Paulk, Jr. Edward Sammons James Thompson Gene Wafson Jim Wylie Tom Callahan William Flynf Dick Hardeman Pai Kelly William McTier Fred Peed John Sawyer J. Thoroughman E. Wealherup Andrew Yanfis SIGMA CHI FALL OFFICERS ANTON BRICE . . . President ANDY YANTIS . . V.-Prexirierrz JIM AYCOCK . . . Secretary JACK T URBIVILLE . Treasurer Frank Carllon James 'Forbes Allen Holcomb Perry Kennedy, Jr. Charles Melzger Richard 'Perry Donald Sislrunk, Jr T. Thoroughman William Webb David Young SPRING O-FFICERS ALLEN HoLcoMB . . President TED SAMMONS CHRISTIE WILKERSON, Secretary JACK TURBIVILLE V Treasurer . V. -Prerident 2.61: Q Q , . SIGMA NU e OFFICERS-COHEN, JARDINA, SCOTT, AND BULLARD MISS PAT ROGERS Sigma Nu Fraternity, founded at V.M.I. in 1869, established Xi Chapter at Emory College in 1884 and moved to Atlanta with the College in 1915 . . . The fall quarter of 1954 opened with the pledging of twenty-seven new men. The Duck Bowl, annual football game with Pi Kappa Alpha, was the big event of the fall quarter, and the White Rose Formal, held in the winter quarter, was its usual great success. Brother Dave Wilson is the president of the Arnold Air Societyg Stan King won the Best Actor Award of the Emory Playersg Bob Wester starred as the Snakes walked away with top honors in the IFC Skits-O-Frenia. MRS. JULIA BOGGS F'3T7if3'i3?' J ""tw"' f ' .. ,,,.':"w1 771 ' ,. 2 'f""'1'17A"' In .- i -' f , ' I. :q4.:.p7Vf21 v, f' ' ff? ' i' . - we . - 'xg . W' I 1' 353 7 ,V ' 4' 5 .II .Q I - ."J ' J i A I J ,V if -e , X ..- -' s f 7 A '- ., IM., ' WV ' , -E ,riffs . -' .- -AI .swf .- -f ry... L Ig.:,a1f4o2,, 1 ' If s VK ,. if 'f .I , ,. .-1-fe' y - J I f " -M1-'.z.f-g,,'Vi.V1' 4 V . . II. - YVFZETGZJM' v 4: , V,,V -WWW' , 'fi-"wwwm:f'4c':.2':'f2'2f''11ffWWW ' V . J A -. I V e--I . s If I ..,., A Ig,-If I - f- ,.. 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Higgenbotham Jr. Charles Kelly lll Roberl' McCue Gordon Punshon Sam Snelling Columbus Welch Thomas Wise Cliff Baum Philip Cohen Ray Gandy Ronald Hughes Jr. Charles King Ronald Maloof Arlhur Reynolds David Soiourner Jr. Roberl' Wesier Pefer Young PHIL COHEN Garland Bennell' Jr. Roy Boone Larry Cusfer Donald Davis Paul Garland Frederic Girardeau John Jackson Roberl' Jackson Henry King Jonalhan King Bryanl Mauk Tom Meighan Jr. Kenneih Reynolds Ed Robinson Ill Harold Sfoui Beniamin Summerour Al Whiiehursf Alva Williams X i C h a p 1' e r ARTHUR BULLARD PHILIP JARDINA THOMAS SCOTT SIGMA NU OFFICERS Thomas Bowers John Davis John Glenn I Philip Jardina Franklin Leroy Roberl Nealy Thomas Rogers Jr Claude Talro David Wilson . Prerident Vine-Prefidenl . Secretary . Treasurer SIGMA PI rv Sigma Pi Fraternity, founded at Vincinnes University in 1897, established Psi Chapter in 1924. This year the housemother's quarters were enlarged and a new rug placed in the living room. Ackerman led wrestlers . . . Culler led track squad. Annual Orchid Ball at the Geor- gian Terrace Hotel was a howling success. Bonser-Brother of Yearg Thorne - Pledge of Yearg Nervous Dave Fowler named - Bum of Yearg Culler - IFC Treas .... makes plans to buy new car. Several "hams" turned the house into a transmitting sta- tion as Canada was raised by Bob Purdy. Bell party held on front lawn every Sunday morning at 2:00. And Sigma Pi continued to successfully defend its title as' the only true Bell virtuosos on the row. MISS PATSY MOORE OFFICERS ACKERMAN, MYERS CULLER, HEMPHILL, BONSER min.sta.1.-sawn-,WRX , 4 ,W -aw-at--rffifsgs " 41":'fJf'I' '-HEI:-?r?'f,,..5fY' " 11r::-.az ., ' W15i5ivEE2.afa'I5irr six f:3:w1f-st .-erlfi--1: '-.:: , -Q " I ff ' ., is if - V A M 1,-., ,Q l ' ' qlf:-:"'E:N" 4 -, , . -':2.9'kZ QQ-':'1-,N - .jk 5:-:-Ifisa E' V: 61-'Es-2 -,ff .Q ss- .- : E?2:3I2'E' wr: 1 ,Jzsz :law MRS. E. WORTHING i " l. ,us Ellio'l' Ackerman Charles Forfson Malvin Myers Horace Seymour Psi Chapter IR Al ' , N 4 , wegw H , .,-, xfti 4.4, i "4 swf? .-vig, :CW ca-x.,,, ffl l 1 i Q V.. , ' N , U, - 451, . ,, . 3 ' ' - Q 1,15 4 W5 I4 azfflj:-' Bill Bartholomew Alan Bonser Riccardo Ciravo-lo Rodney Culler William Davis David Fowler Neil Gunsalus Andrew Hemphill James Jing Roberl Massey Fernando Neuman Roberl Nichols Bob Purdy William Randall Joseph Saseen David Thorne Gabriel Torres-Sabaler SIGMA Pl FALL OFFICERS RODNEY CULLER . . Prefidenl ELLIOT ACKERMAN, V.-Pferidenz MALVIN MYERS . . Secremry JAMES KING . . Treaxurer SPRING OFFICERS RODNEY CULLER . . Preridenz ELLIOT ACKERMAN, V.-Preridenf ANDREW HEMPHILL . Secremfy ALAN BONSER . . . Treasurer i f TAU EPSILON PHI y MQ if 1 ci!! F T161 X07 OFFICERS-SIEGEL, BLOCK, LEVY, MOLKNER, AND HARRIS. MISS ROSELLEN MOLTACK MRS. CORRINE EDELSON sl ei, Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity, founded at Columbia University in 1910, established Mu Chapter in 1919. Brother Rod Block makes ODK and serves on the honor council . . . Pledges add study room and library to fraternity house . . . "PhoeniX', staff packed with brothers . . . Rosellen Moltack served as sponsor and Mrs. Corinne Edelson as house mother . . . Return of Brother Don Kulick to yankeeland saddens all . . . Wynne visits lions' den . . . Brother Breslow makes big impression upon living room wall . . . Esan gets . best pledge award. I a x . f f f W.-I 4,?V,,,M VV .,,. ,,..,,,,, ,, fe . L'-. -.:IF5i."ffi ,Q 'af MQ" ..,. 0 azz., 1' 5:35-' ., , 'it'V.11 V in , . Ve I ,V , V , . I I .. V,. ,.,, ,I V V . . V. , . x V - . , V ff R , VV f - V. . V VV. 5 V, - 'A - - - I ,V gg , f If -fy 1 ' V- V . VK - .ffV f ., V, , ' ' N, I' yt-,.. I VV ,VV ' . - ,, ' -"4 my ,1:'iW2V, , 'N , . . 3 'V I , l . Q' . VQQ5 . 2- ug. Q 5 T- -M ,' , 3: -p, :CQ I' ' Q , W 1, ' , ' - ' 46,- ,VV-' V . .VI A , f'fi1?2Lz,VQ?. VV R ' ' F " 1 gigrfwp. . 1' . aj ,V U, . VV: N , I I "wifi A ff Q I Rx ' f nf. 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V.-Preridenr JOE LEFKOFF . . , Secretary NORMAN GOLDMAN, Tfeamrer Ronnie Cohen Richard Fred Larry Glassman Kennefh Molkner Jerry Singer SPRING OFFICERS RODNEY BLOCK . . Preridenz HARVEY LEVY . . V.-Preridenz ALVIN SIEGEL . . . Seuemry KENNETH MOLKNER . Treamrer The Campus Club is the only independent male social organization on campus. It was founded in 1920. The club participates in campus activities such as interfraternity sports and offers a full program of social events. Skits-O-Frenia is sponsored each year by the Campus Club. Membership is open to any independent male student at Emory who wishes to become a member. . 'A efaisl. gfgfvjcfs 5351, 2 K4 Ref'-' K ' . , f 2 "g.:.'z.bfiqEQ5E ' ' "rw-211:35 . ,:'.a7tq+yQ.- we , 1 at5, z,-104 Q" m ' ' 'W - J ,.-: - ai-17 . ,V .?p , 2 :' 5 4 s V " Q, ' 3. 24 so L ns MIASS DlANE CARPENTER CAMPUS CLUB 1 K W. James Blackburn Robert Doan Richard Hansen John Kappler Bobby Blackwelder James Erwin Sfewarf Howard William Marlin Gary Bong Morris Gaskins George Jaleel Rodney Mitchell James Rolen Jackson Braddy Franklin Croker Wayne Godbold Wray Hammer Bill Jenkins Melvin Jones Norman Moore Hoyl' Oliver William 'Smith John Whitehead Moe E OFFICERS-From lefl' lo ri hi: Jim Erwin, Firsl Vice-Pres K l 9 -I Bob Doan, Pres.: Wray Hammer, Second Vice-Pres. Second row: Gary Bong, Treasurer: Siewarl Howard, Secrelary: John KaDDler. Alumni Secrerarv. military AIR FORCE R O T C Lt. Col. Carl E. Taylor, Co Organized at Emory as the lirst military group since the Navy V-2 program of World War II, the Emory Wing of the Air Force ROTC has made great progress, in the space of four years. AFROTC prepares college men to assume positions as officers in the Regular Air Force, the Air National Guard, and the Air Force Reserve. Those who suc1 cessfully complete the four-year program are eligible to receive commissions as second lieutenants in the Air Force. Under a recent legislative act, those who enroll agree to take flight training at the completion of their college careers in ROTC and after they have received their com- missions. Many graduates of the Emory Wing are now Air Force pilots or are in flight training at the present time. A veteran of the Second World War and the Korean conflict, Lt. Col. Carl E. Taylor came to Emory during the spring of 1953 to assume his duties as professor of Air Science. XC mmander AFROTC Unit. Lt. Col. Taylor and Distinguished Military Students. This year, three seniors in the Em- ory AFROTC Wing were desig- nated as Distinguished Military Stu- dents. The trio included Cadet Col. Ray E. Marchman and Cadet Majors Ray P. Gandy and William C. Grif- frth. To qualify for the DMS award, a cadet must have displayed outstand- ing qualities of leadership, must rank high in his college and ROTC courses, and must have participated in campus extracurricular activities l l l l ll l il A IVY W l V ll l l Maiof Marsden G- KSHY Major Rufus K. Conoley l l l 1 l l 'r Capiain Carl L. Wozniak l l l I l S l l l l may' 'K Cap+ain Roberl' C. Wold? I l Sergeanls Van Winkle, Powell, Killian, Bishop and l Plummer. yn -l F r , L+. Col. Frank, Maior Whelchel, Maior Eslroff, Maior Hannah, Col. Marchman, Maior Combee, Maior Dockery, Mfsgf. Sams. The Emory Cadet Wing is com- manded by Cadet Col. Ray P. Marchman. It is the duty of the wing and group staffs to administer all cadet functions and to act as the leaders in drill and other ROTC activities. Included in the Wing staffs tluties are personnel, material, training, and public information. Drill and the other functions of the squadron are supervised by the members of the three squadron staffs. These cadets are responsible for training the cadets and their participation in the various drill ceremonies is paramount. This year competition was carried on between the three squadrons with an out- standing squadron being designated each quarter. Miss Ann Liner Sponsor, Group I Group I: Maior Beveridge, Ll. Col. Williams, Capfain Foy. Group ll: Maior Harper, L+. Col. Aycock, Captain Smilh. 188 Miss Jackie Johnson Sponsor, Group ll .,.r4L Miss Ann Yancey Sponsor, Squadron A Squadron A: Capfain McClain, Capfain McFadden, Maior Gandy, Firs+ Lieuienani' Welch Ski f in I . 1 4. yu, ' fe ,f f Y H . .f : f v,! f xl, lag! -4 ,X Miss Joanne Pope Sponsor, Squadron B Squadron B: Capfain Pinson, Capfain Sfallings, Major Summerour, Firsi- Lieufenani' Thoroughman. fx IJHW' 5' if , -" V v nf'-,,,.f,,, X, , Miss Susan Hogg -Sponsor, Squadron C A Squadron C: Capfain Ginden, Capfain Wilson, Maior Griffifh, Firsi' Lieuienani' Rodgers. ROTC BAND DRILL TEAM The Drill Team stands at attention. The two showpieces of the Emory AFROTC Cadet Wing are the Drill Team and the Band. Two Cadet majors, jim M. Sturgis of the Drill Team and Bruce W. Watters of the Band, are in charge of the two aggregations. The Drill Team engages in competition with similar groups from other units and stages its usual show during the annual Federal Inspection. The Band leads the Unit in all of its parades and, of course, provides the music for drill. Maier Sturgis and Sergeants Simmons and Cromwell. Mayor Watters and Sergeant Smith. The Band passes by with trumpets blaring . . . 190 THE RIFLE TEAM Team captain Henry and Captain Wozniak compare scores. Nine Emory ROTC Cadets composed the Rifle Team which competed again this year in the William Randolph Hearst Rifle Com- petition with teams from all over the United States. Toward the end of the season this year, the team was constantly improving its scores. Captained by Robert F. Henry, the team included: Bill Prince, Tim McClung, Ben Cheek, Don Sistrunk, Nick Frangias, Bill McCarty, Ray Gandy and Richard Sjoblom. Officer in charge of the team was Captain Carl L. Wozniak. Rifle team lakes time ou? to pose for picture. Sergeant Killian gives the marksmen some ins1'ruc+ions. 191 u ARNCDLD AIR SCCIETY The Officers: Maior Esrroff, L+. Col. Williams, Captain Pinson, and Ll. Colonels Wilson and Hannah. Emory's only honorary military organization, the Lt. Goodrich C. White Jr. Squadron of the Arnold Air Society, receiyed its charter in February, 1952. The national society was founded at the University of Cincinnati in 1947 "in order to further the mission, purpose, tradition, and concept of the United States Air Forces as a means of National Defense, promote American citizenship, and create a more efficient re- lationship among the Air Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets." The Arnold Air Society holds regular meetings on Wednesday afternoons after the drill period. Members are chosen from the outstanding cadets in the Ad- vanced program. Bill Hannah was commander of the Emory squadron this year, his successor was Dave Wilson. Mrs. Bill Hannah, Sponsor, Arnold Air Society Arnold Air Society members: jim Aycock, George Cobb, Barnwell Daley, Emory Dock- ery, Norman Estroif, Ray Gandy, Bill Griffith, Bill Harper, john Loudermilk, Dudley McClain, 'lessee Mc- Ginty, Ray Marchman, jim Milhous, Bob Northcutt, Bob Pinson, George Rodgers, Ed Sams, joe Stallings, jim Strut- gis, Homer Summerour, jim Whelchel, jimmy Williams, Dave Wilson, Frank Zeigler. uh , '. alll' X1 Vi ' 5 v f We , ,"'.gg, , My -' N' I 24 N TRIPS AND FLIGHTS The entire Wing at Dobbins AFB. Cadets with Jef. -s ' ' Cadets Inspect Sabre Jet. During the entire school year, the Cadet Corps had many opportunities. to visit Air Force Bases, the Lockheed Aircraft plant at Marietta, and to make orientation flights with the rated officers of the Emory Unit. In October, 1954, the entire Unit visited the Dob- bins. Air Force base and the Lockheed plant in Mari- etta. During the winter quarter a trip was made to the flying school at Bainbridge. Orientation flights in the C-45 and C-47 were made during the entire year, with 100 per cent of the cadet corps making at least one trip in an airplane. X . Gp f 1 Y '51 X X I I I I aiiiis Q less? hllw f athletics ATHLETIC STAFF Emory's athletic program is one designed to allow all students to participate, regardless of their previous experience in sports. The motto "athletics for all" is carried out to the fullest. An intercollegiate program has been set up in swimming, tennis, track, and wrestling. Intramural sports include football and bas- ketball. Interfraternity competition in foot- ball, basketball, softball, soccer, track, cross country, volleyball, wrestling, and swimming make up another element in the athletic program. With the advent of coeds a program especially designed for women has been in- stituted to round out the athletic system. Emory's program for all its students has been lauded as one of the finest in the South. Emory's Athletic Staff, fronf row: Miss Ames, Mrs. Darby, Professor McDonough. Back row: Mr. Smyke, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Chellman, Mr. Seymour, Mr. Sawacla. Wx Professor Thomas E. McDonough, Direcior o'F Physical Educafion. Miss Barbara Ames Director of Women's Sporls 196 .W A E EQ ,, T I , :- -, .. an--,,', - ,, La . 115-1.'-.'fJ"' - .f+q3,t- 51 MQQ --1 '- ' - P' - f- "'f""i.g,,".f-7':5'.11f'.,,, -ri! ' Cnr- ..1 , """'- "A-ffl if Qs-I --,ru '1.,.4,.f:g t'l.: ft""""?"' "5 - ""'!'?.T',' ' '52-. I -'3- '1F"'.f'---A ,-1'1D"717-"'f?' , wfiif-w-uf--' '2.f?sl",f.---.,- ,ff-'S x' 1' F',7'-Rfgjgfhl'--fi 4 ., ' "IL: Lil-EL,-' t 4 ' - ma- - ,cg ..-T :V , 2 f- 5 vs.. fn. .5 - -417'-f' - Af-QW,-' -sn. . - . . -V, -114 1 4 . - I 'U' wa, 34 vw. , ' , vi gf: I ,pg Q H ,:,j.,..,,,,:l ,W ., r e I N-. .. -w-5'-1 ' . 2 ' "CV .lcv . ' - K... ,emi-ifzezr.-+1m:4f.g,'r - .frSg.r.:i':a.': Aclion in 'the Bela Thela Pi-Alpha Tau Omega conlesl. l 1 i l i i l l i 1 H , l Axelrod and Eisen ba'Hle for lhe ball in AEPis viclory over 'lhe TEPS. INTERFRATERNITY SOCCER The Phi Delta Theta's aided by the fine play of Horace Holden, Reggie Bell, and jim Askew and by virtue of a judges' decision were named school champs. The Phi Delts closed out the championship flight with two victories and one defeat. The runner-up Sigma Chi's finished undefeated but because they were tied twice as against one victory, the championship laurels were awarded to the Phi Delts-. Jerry Zall puis lhe ball in play for AEPi. I NTERFRATERNITY F O O T B A L L Phi Delia Thela Championship Team, 'firsl row from lefl' 'lo righ+: Bill Grilifilh, Doug Speighf, Franlr Allen, Jim Scoggins Horace Holden. Second row: John Hines, Sonny Jones, Dick Marlrwalfer, Merrill Johnson, Buck Baker, Ben Cheek. I Merrill Johnson heaves one downfield for ihe Phi Delis. Phi Delta Theta copped the school championship after a narrow 1-0 penetration victory over the Sigma Chis. The championship game was marked by tre- mendous defensive play on the part of both teams and the final result had to be determined by pene- tration. Standouts for the champs during the year were Horace Holden and Merrill johnson. Play in the other flights found Alpha Tau Omega on top in the second flight, AEPi victorious in third flight play, and TEPhi Winners in the fourth flight. a W-rAvN""""' i' MPV' he f 1 Sonny Cobb of Pi Kappa Alpha is forced 'foward The sidelines in 'Phe game wi'I'h Chi Phi. 2' -' 'rigxrefa'-' -'gl' Bill Cromwell hauls one clown for SAE. Horace Holden gels 'fine blocking in ihe Phi Deli'-Beia Thefa Pi confesf. M if i INTERFRATERNITY Griffiih laiches on io fhe pigsicin for 'Phe Phi Delis in 'I'he championship Levine i"'+?fC9Pi5 for AEN- iili' wifh Sigma Chi. Culler looks for running room in game againsf Sigma Nu. l 'QW , K f' ' ' , Una..---L:,,a1z. 1 l . 41 . - , Q fy ' A ,. Jef W' '-1: Q. " l l ff Q I , A 1 Holcomb of Sigma Chi off on a long gallop. KA's Binford slxirfs end. 201 INTRAMURAL The combined Junior-Senior-Graduaie School Championship Team. The Sophomore Inframural Team. The Fl'9Si'Im5I'1 inframural Team 202 Men are named to the All-Emory intramural football team on the basis of sportsmanship, arritude, val- ue ro the team, and ability. This years selections include the following: Gordon Azar, jim Cal- houn, Dave Carter, George Cobb, Don Davis, Bob Ferguson, William Geroni, Larry Grimes, Lamar Harde- gree, Dick Hardeman, Charles Her- ron, Dean Hortsman, Bart Knight, George Lamb, Paul Miles, Dave Powell, Bobby Rooks, John Savage, Doug Speighr, Ken Verran, Ted Weeden, Richard Weimar, and Cecil Wiuiamson. FOCDTBALL The All-Emory Team Savage ramps for 'he Sophs. Azar crashes lhrough 'Phe lme for +l1epJSGs 1 203 The lnierfrafernify Championship Team, Sigma Chi: 'Firsi row from leff io right: Anfon Brice, Fred Feed, Lee Paullr, Willie Webb, Allen Holcomb. Second row: Sam Wells, Bruce Wilson, Jere Fleicher, Earle Fuller, Pal' Kelly. INTERFRATERNITY The hard fighting and hustling cagers of Sigma Chi closed out an undefeated season by sinking the Sigma Alpha Epsilon quintet 53-41 for the championship. Good steady play and excellent ball handling enabled the Sigs to down all comers. What they lacked in size they more than made up for in spirit and de- termination. Stalwarts in the Sigma Chi attack throughout the season were Allen Holcomb, Earle Fuller, and Willie Webb. Alpha Epsilon Pi took the second Hight honors while Delta Tau Delta came out on top in flight three. The fourth flight was won by the Campus Club. Chi Phis and Delta Tau Dellas baffle for ball. Action in +he PiKA-Campus Club game. INTERCOLLEGIATE Emory's I955 'Nresfling Team. Co-captains Grimes and Ackerman flank Coach Sawada. I955 RECORD EMORY OPPONENTS 8 Knoxville YMCA 24 2 1 Sewanee 1 3 26 Vanclerb il! 8 3 Anbnrn 29 2 1 Maryville 8 206 .JW is K V ,N-f' . f fb .Q 'X -' ' 0- xigw-gf? INTERFRATERNITY MEETS Frafernify Harriers begin long grind. Phi Del+S WON ihe meei- Acfion in ine in1erfra'I'erni+y Track mee'r. Beginning fhe lasf lap in fhe swimming relay. The Sigma Chig came oui file Winners- Firsi place in Hue mee? was faken by Phi Delfa Thefa ' M144 .,..w my Wh -vfW1"" ' uw 'Mikey , , , -W, W QQ xi , ' .f" 'A ,, B Q1 FIN, y ai J an-I ...--'1 wwvawrmmw-y,. :,,. 45,--,,,, W Au., INTERCOLLEGIATE TRACK CliFF Hunnichll puls 'lhe shof under 'lhe walchful eyes of Coach Horace Holden goes up and over Chellman and Bill Cromwell. Refurning fo bolsfer +he Emory cincler ieam are 'From lefl 'ro rigl-I+: Ginden, Calhoun, Goff, Kilpalriclc, ancl Culler. 210 INTERCOLLEGIATE TENNIS Emory's l955 Tennis Team Coached by Mr. Ed Smyke. John Loudermilk, 'Emory's 'team capiain slrokes one over. April April April April April April April April May May May May May 7 9 13 16 20 23 25 30 3 10 13 19 21 I955 TE NNIS SCHEDULE . . . Mercer University . Southwestern of Memphis . University of Georgia . Florida State University . Florida State University . . Vanderbilt University . . University of Georgia University of Chattanooga . . . . Georgia Tech . . Mercer University . . Howard University . University of Chattanooga . University of The South A pair of pyramids are buill by These coeds in lhe ever popular fumbling class. COED ATHLETICS Coeds are also included in the famed "athletics for all" program offered by the school. One might enter the field house at any time and find the fairer sex engaged in all forms of athletic activity. Women's- sports at Emory are very capably super- vised by Miss Barbara Ames. The young ladies receive expert instruc- tion in volleyball, archery, basketball, bad- minton, swimming, tennis, general cal- isthenics, and modern dance. There is also inter-club competition in volleyball for the recently formed girls clubs on campus. Baskelball is one of the favorife sports of lime Emory Coeds. Two Emory mermaicis submerge in a waier survival fest. 212 The girls mix if up in a volleyball game. C O E D A T H L E T I C S The Coeds here are preparing 'lo 'lake a ies? in 'l'l1e wa'I'er survival course These young ladies go head orver heels abouf fumbling. SPRING SPORTS Pilchers limber up for 'Phe coming soffball season Warm wealher brings ou? lhe 'fralernify soflball +eams for praclice Professor Richard Yoo is called safe al' ihe plale in lhe I954 senior- Bul' Coach Cooper, you always fold us 'l'o keep an eye on The ball. facully game which was won by 'rhe seniors 7-4. Sluclenf umpire is a fufure sluclenl of speech. K graduate school X I I Q -4 all X .uni 511' C? .V I QQ Umm GRADUATE SCHCDOL Dr. Howard Phillips Dean of the Graduate School. ln a pharmacology laboratory, Ronald Wiegand, a doctoral s+udenf, uses a viscosity appararus while Dr. A. Richardson and Dr. F. Binkley observe. 216 A great university must have as one of its in- tegral parts an outstanding, distinctive gradu- ate school. It is composed of a community of scholars-students and professors. The graduate school is necessary in order to maintain the community of scholars. Its general purpose should be to give the student understanding. The faculty should lead the students on to learn and think. Emory University possesses adequate educational bases and sufficient schol- arly personnel upon which a distinctive grad- uate school can develop. It must be fully real- ized by all concerned, however, that the gradu- ate program is merely at the beginning point in its development. Improvement through better quality, higher standards, and a loyal dedication to our stated objectives must form the basis for our present and future plans. , Zi f' '12 , r f t N , -Q,211'i?3. ,- l ij! 'sg ' 'if , N X , - , w D l X 5 A' A 1 S 5 X fx xx' ' i lx 'A 1 N ff . ix I N l x ' , X 4 . l ' --Al v T137 , X I I A 'S -I ii 5' ff"lN'f'?.' .-.,, 1 V 1 4 .1 . . - , 1 Albritton Alford Ammons Bellwood Bishop Blackwelder Carlson Carswell Carter, C. Cohen Cox Davis, M. ' JOHN ALBRITTON . .... . Geology , JULIA F. ALFORD ......... Romance Language: MARGARET P. AMMONS ....... Elementary Education WILLIAM D. ANDERSON, JR. ..... . Basic Science JAMES B. BAILEY . .... . Phyxics S BEVERLY G. BAKER ........ Political Science JOSEPH W. BANSAVAGE ...... Prychology ' GEORGE BAXTER, JR ........ Institute of Liberal Art: . LESTER R. BELLWOOD ....... Inrtitnte of Liberal Art: SAMUEL C. BISHOP ......... Religion: Education BOBBY R. BLACKWELDER ...... Prychology WESLEY BOODISH ....... Biology FRANCIS M. BROWN . .... . Geology BILL B. BOHANNON ....... Theology EDGAR BOLING, JR. . .... . . English WILLIAM C. BURRIS ...... Hirtory I i 415 r R ,X i' Y A59 G , ,J A :fi l af Anderson Booclish Carter, D. Davis, S. . . Decatur, Ga. Burlington, N. C . Atlanta, Ga. . Columbia, S. C, . Franklin, Ga. . Palatka, Fla. Amsterdam, N. Y. Clarksville, Tenn. . Akron, Iowa Lumberton, Miss. . Charlotte, N. C. . Newark, N. J. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Hilltonia, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Wingate, N. C. I .V 5 4'-:Z 4 Bailey Baker Brown Bohennon Cauihen Chun DeWi'H Douglass HAROLD CARLSON . . . . . Theology BERTHA CARSWELL ....,... 'Lihrariamhip CHARLES W. CARTER ....... Biblical Studie: DAVID W. CARTER . ..... . Theology W. KENNETH CAUTHEN . . . . Bansavage Baxfer Boling Burris Church Clark Downey Drew . Los Angeles, Calif. . Augusta, Ga. . . . Dayton, Ky. . Panama City, Fla. . . . Griffin, Ga. Chrirtianity do- Society Cl-IONG CHUN ......... . . . Seoul, Korea S yrtematical Theology MARGARET S. CHURCH ....... . Librarianxhip GORDON M. CLARK ....... Radiation Biology WILLIAM H. COHEN ....... Phoenix, Arizona . . . Montreal, Canada . . JacksOnvil1e,Fla. Institute of Liberal Arts' LONNIE E. COX ......... Biology MAXWELL A. DAVIS ........ Geology SARA DAVIS . ..... . Librarianxhip EILMER J. DEWITT . .... . Chemistry JULIA DOUGLASS Political Science HERMAN J. DOWNEY, JR ...... Theology FRANCES K. DREW . .... . Education . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Augusta, Ga. . Madison, Ga. . Kalamazoo, Mich. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Birmingham, Ala. . . Live Oak, Fla. ANNIE L. EDWARDS ...... Education IRBY C. ELLIS . . . . . History WILLIAM HOWARD ESSARY .... English ROBERT H. FETNER ....... Biology DOROTHY C. FINCI-IER . . . . . History R22 t- FLORENCE H. S. FLEMING ..... American History Cleveland, Ga. 0 Columbus, Miss Corinth, Miss. . St. Louis, Mo . Atlanta, Ga . Augusta, Ga JAMES L. HARPER . ARTHUR H. FLOTTMAN ...... . Atlanta, Ga. Education SAM B. FRANK, JR. . . . .' . . .. . Atlanta, Ga. Political Science o BILLY EUGENE FRYE ....... Clarkesville, Ga. o Biology AARON KEITH FURR ....... Salisbury, N. C. Physics ALBERT LEE GARTH . .... . Union City, Tenn. History MELVIN HARRIS GOODWIN, JR. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. Biology PHIL WOOD GREENSLET ...... . Cochranton, Pa. Political Science WILLIAM OSLER HADDOCK . . ...... Ancl61'S0r1, S. C. Chemistry HIRAM STANLEY HANSON . ..... Emory University, Ga. Geology GLENN BUREN HARKINS, JR ..... . . . Palm Beach, Fla. ? fa 11' Edwards Frye Harper Hopkins Political Science . Ocilla, Ga. Chemistry A. JANE HARWELL . .... . . McRae, Ga. Education JOSEPH TENNIS HATFIELD . . . Pineville, W. Va. History JOHN THOMAS HEAD ....... . Atlanta, Ga. Philosophy CHARLES HERBERT HILL ..... . Conyers, Ga. Chemistry LORA J. HINTON . ....... . Knoxville, Tenn. Lihrarianship ED. A. HOLMES, JR. . .' .... . Sandersville, Ga. Theology IDA S. HOLMES . A -Religious liduhation. l PANSY LOUISE HOPKINS ...... . English STEWART CLARK HOWARD ...... Biochemistry JOHN HOWIE . . . . Theology CLARENCE L.,HUGHES ..... ' Sociology WILL EWING JOHNS .... Education ROBERT W. KENNEDY . . . Chemistry JAMES KIRKWOOD .... Education NOWHAN KWAK . . . Physics . Memphis, Tenn. Salisbury, N. C. . . Troy, N. Y. . Jackson, Miss. Chattanooga, Tenn. . Atlanta, Ga. . Tampa, Fla. . Roanoke, Va. . Seoul, Korea Ellis Furr Harwell Howard Essary Feiner Fincher Fleming Floffman Frank Garih Goodwin Greenslei Haddock Hanson Harlxins Hatfield Head Hill Hinton ' Holmes, Jr., E. Holmes I Howie Hughes Johns Kennedy Kirkwood Kwak i .il ' l 2' 3 W w gfl A 3 a 'Q 1 jg J "' 5 ' ' 9 issqf 'l , Q 7 .1 . , l lf 'l A "" - - 1 -Q. . , Y J f Q Tl "' lt J 1 G I EN l vi Rana' psfsszkui. it Y ' at 'waz-V 3 H I I 'l ..,,.. . ,.,, .. FL... I, .. .,..,,,-,-,,, W1 i .. 1 j " Hgi Q in 'H l QA- A ,fx l ,.. A l - I it . 4' 'A "' '51 ' f. F x Q" X " 'Xu 'xl '13 T" ' I W' I' 'V , Y . ll " l '. lil in - I A I his ' 1t'4.i'Q, '1""' 5 , ' ' Q5"I..fv l . . l . my w I- ll. fi' 1 q 'ff .I . ll? ' ii .L A' I , , Y I 1' A .IA L. fr. X 'Q-. -- : L ' 'E ' ,- -, A V - i. C ' if 4 A 'I 'N ' A" I , I 5 . ' , I .A . - ' I .1 1' 5' 5 ' 4 at IF , ,W 4' fi, . Q . ,,.,, l.,T,s, 1 i x A ' jf , V - . 'I ' Q j . ff 4 A fi I. A , Levy Lielz Lilley Lippman LiH'le'lon Lock McKee Macauley Mitchell Mixon Monahan Moore Neal Owen Padgefl' Panos Parks Phillips Powell Reppenhagen Rou+sos Rubin Saunders Seller C Seller, R. Sellers Shell Smith Stephens S+ribling Strobel Tal 0 GIRARD WALLACE LEVY ..... , . Buffalo, N. Y. 0 DOROTHY RUTH PARKS ......, . Athens, Tenn. Pfyclwlogy zvlathematicx RICHARD JAMES LIETZ. .... l . . . Atlanta, Ga. JOSEPHINE W. PHILLIPS ...... . Atlanta, Ga. 51114042100 Religiquf Education ga, Q1 , ANDREW L. LILLEY . Religioux Education LAWRENCE M. LIPPMAN, JR ...... JO LITTLETON . HOYT M. LOCK . . KATHLEEN MCKEE . Education -Biololgy I l Elementary Education E.gt.t ' ' ' CAROL BANCROFT MACAULEY . . . 0 DIXIE L. MITCHELL VAL GENE MIXON . History Speech Correction Political Science WILLIAM J. MONAHAN ....... JOSEPH ELIAS MOORE ARTHUR HOMER NEAL . VAUX OWEN, JR. . DON F. PADGETT . ASPASIA PANOS . Romance Language! Chennai ' ' Chemixtry A I Geology- I i Theology American I-Iixtory . . Gates, Tenn. Jacksonville, Fla. Fairhope, Ala. . . Ellijay, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. . Atlanta, Ga. . Adel, Ga. 0 . Ocilla, Ga. . Savannah, Ga. . Nicholls, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Pahokee, Fla. . Valdosta, Ga. 219 THOMAS JACKSON POWELL, JR .... Englith Literature ARTHUR A. REPPENHAGEN, JR ..... Theology BETTY ANNE ROUTSOS ...... Education LARRY JEROME RUBIN ...... Englith MARIAN E. SAUNDERS Religioux Education CHRISTINE D. SEILER ....... . Plant City, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. . . Atlanta, Ga. Miami Beach, Fla. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. Biology ROBERT RAMSEY SEILER ...... . Decatur, Ga. Chemixtry CRAFT W. SELLERS .......... Jacksonville, Fla. n Religiour Education W. FRANK SHELL ......... . . Rome, Ga. Pxychology RICHARD PETRI SMITH ...... Hicksville, N. Y. Psychology MICKEY STEPHENS ......... . Athens, Ga. Chrixtian Education DAVY-JO STRIBLING ........ Westminster, S. C. Lihiarianship PHYLLIS L STROBEL ....... . . Decatur, Ga. Biochemirtry HAN TAI . ...... Chia-Yi, Formosa, China Chemistry 1 I .W ' T 1- 2."?'2' 1 I a n xv 'Q 33212 .I . . Tefel Thibauli Thomas Vilar-Alvarez Waddell Wade Waller While, C While, M. Whitehead Whifworlh Weigand Wiggs Wilhife Willis Woods Woodward Wyanl Young, E. Young, R. ' MARCEL TETEL ........... Chattanooga, Tenn. Romance Language: FRANCOISE THIBAULT ,....... . . Paris, France Dqnlomaric Hiytory JANE THOMAS ............. Fort Mill, S. C. Religious' Education CHARLES WALTERS WHITWORTH ....... Atlanta, Ga. Institute of Liberal Art: RONALD GAY WIEGAND .... ' . . Arlington Heights, Ill Pharmacology DEEM NORWOOD WIGGS ..... Biology CARLOS M. VILAR-ALVAREZ ...... Santurce, Puerto Rico pmz,-i,0g0gy RICHARD NEAL WILHITE . da . . EWZZJ 7' HILDA WHITE WADDELL ...... . Rogersville, Ala. y Libfariamhip JANE M. WILLIS . . . . . MARY ELIZABETH WADE . . 1 .... . Memphis, Tenn. Theology Lfbfmmflffp VIRGINIA ALLEN WOODS . -. .- . I. KENNETH GAINES WALTER .... . Atlanta, Ga. Lzlvrafuwflvff Geology ' HERBERT T. WOODWARD .... CHARLES E. WHITE ....... . . Wagoner, S. C. Theology Cb 'z emo oy KATHLEEN D. WYANT ..... 0 MARVIN P. WHITE ........ . Atlanta, Ga. Biology Education CULEREATH C. WHITEHEAD, JR ..... . Bradenton, Fla. EDWARD BARHAM YOUNGA' '. ' HMM Religion: Education mono-'W y ROBERT M. YOUNG ...... Economics A graduafe student studying in one of the corralls a'l' fhe Library. . Warsaw, N. C Birmingham, Ala . Decatur, Ga . LaGrange, Ga . Atlanta, Ga . Atlanta, Ga Wake Forest, N. C . Atlanta, Ga f'3 hmlnlil-H3 aw school LAMAR SCHQOL of LAW Dean William Hepburlm of 'Phe Lamar School of Law. Law Day pariicipanis gaiher affer a long session Judge Joseph Quillian, Jusiice of Georgia Cour+ of Appeals, receives a plafe ai' the Law Day ouiing. N X AARON BUCHSBAUM CHARLES F. BARNWELL Edi+or in chief. Fall I954 Ednor in chief, spring I955 Eniiton: Robert Campbell, jr., john Cham- bers, Ted Frankel, jack Thornton. Staff Members Jack Etheridge, John Faulk, J. William Gibson, Charles Green, W. B. King, Maurice Maloof, joseph McLure, jr., Alice Mer- chant, Trammell E. Vickery, Rob- ert Walling. Circulation Manager: joseph Saseen. Faculty Advisors: Thomas W. Christopher, Arthur S. Miller. Case Club winners for the Soufheasfern region, Ted Frankel and Harry Howard. THE JQURNAI. of PUBLIC LAW The Journal Slaff Barnwell Cox I CHARLES FRANKLIN BARNWELL, Atlanta, Georgia, Chi Phi, Delta Phi, Honor Roll, Deans List. HENRY HILL BLAKE, Savannah, Georgia, Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Delta, Pi Sigma Alpha. Alpha Delta, Editor Iournal of Public Law, Editor Georgia Iournal, Outstanding Law Freshman 1952-53. AARON LEVY BUCHSBAUM, Savannah, Georgia, Kappa Nu, Phi Phi Phi Bar ROBERT P. CAMPBELL, IR., Covington, Georgia, Phi, Delta Phi. O Phi Sigma Alpha. IIM LAMAR COX, Brookhaven, Georgia, Sigma Nu, Phi Alpha Delta, HENRY VVILLIAM GULLATT, IR., Atlanta, Georgia, Phi Alpha Delta: Vice-Iustice. MALCOLM I. HALL, Atlanta, Georgia, Sigma Chi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Phi: President, Treasurer, Secretary, Student Bar As- sociation: President, Vice-President, Case Club, Student Development Committee, University Committee on Student Organizations and Activi- ties, Georgia Bar Iournal. McKenzie Marcus Server Blake Buchsbaum Campbell Gullatt Hall Hodges H. RAIFORD HODGES, IR., Decatur, Georgia, Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Phi, Knox Trophy. 9 HAROLD CANTRELL MCKENZIE, IR., Atlanta, Georgia, Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Phi: Secretary, Student Bar Association: Secretary, Editor Student Section Georgia Bar Iournal. SIDNEY I. MARCUS, Atlanta, Georgia, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Phi Delta Phi. IAMES R. SARVER, Nashville, Tennessee, Phi Alpha Delta: Clerk. IOSEPH O. SASEEN, Savannah, Georgia, Sigma Pi, Phi Delta Phi. FRANK C. TINDALL, IR., Atlanta, Georgia, Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Phi. Saseen Tindall Ti George R. Barnes Fred Eugene Bar+leH LeRoy Edwin Brendle Walfer M. Chealham James Ellis Cl'OSl2Y Plainsfield, N. J. Albany, Ga. Reading, Pa. Rome. Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Firsl Year Second Year Firsl Year Second Year Second Year 2 ' l V- 5. f 5 lf 'Eel ' V, 1. ',.: 5 E . .x i fa . f., ., no X iii , ff F' f we.,,,k -.J . 1' .-52.1 y W. Tinsley Ellis John Edmund Faullc Ted G. Frankel Joe C. Freeman John William Gibson Hollywood, Fla. Aflanla, Ga. Allanla, Ga. LaGrange, Ga. Arlanla, Ga. Firsl Year Firsl Year Second Year Firsl' Year Second Year LAW SCHGOL Harry P. Hall William L. Harper Harry C. Howard, Jr. Wilbur Branch King Charles B. Lewis, Jr. Joe Aomil Mclure, Jr Columbus, Ga. Pvllanfa, Ga. Allanla, Ga. Allanla, Ga. Allania, Ga. Allanra, Ga. Second Year Second Year Second Year Firsl Year Firsl Year Second Year John T. McTier Donald R. Moore James Holland Moore Michael Scarpignafo Don Henry Sidener Rolseri Harold Walling Columbus, Ga. Hollywood, Fla. Allanla, Ga. Reading, Pa. Bainbridge, Ga. Brunswick, Ga. Firsl' Year Firsl' Year Firs+ Year Firs+ Year Firsf Year Firs+ Year 225 PHI ALPHA DELTA Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity is primarily a professional organization. Its aims are to bring the student and the school closer together, to provide to the student useful educational materials not included in the regular school curriculum, and to strive for the betterment of the legal profession in general. It is the only professional law fraternity in the United States with chapters in only accredited class A law schools. OFFICERS H. W. GULLATT, JR. Imtice JAMES R. SARVER Vice-justice SHELDON C. DOROUGH C Zerk JOSEPH M. ERQUIT1' Treatmfer WARREN C. FORTSON Martha! Members: Henry R. Blake, Roy J. Boston, Benjamin F. Carpenter, John J. O,COUHOf, C. Donald Cothran, jr., Jim L. Cox, John H. Guess, James C. Merkle, Marion R. Ramos, Donald E. Werrlaufer. The International Legal Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi was found- ed at the University of Michigan in 1869 with the purpose of promoting a higher standard of professional ethics and culture in the law schools and profession at large. It was the first professional fraternity established in this country, and now has inns in the United States and Canada. During the eighty- four years of its life, Phi Delta Phi has found the need in the legal profession for the advancement of high scholarship and opposition of corrupt practices. Lamar Inn was established at Emory in 1923. In the ensuing years, the Inn has sponsored programs of speakers, luncheons, banquets and smokers in order to fulfill the purposes of the fraternity. In addition, Lamar Inn has established two awards at Emory: the Out- standing Freshman Award and Phi Delta Phi Plaque in the law school listing in order the honor graduate of each year. Members:-George Barnes, Charles Barnwell, Bob Campbell, Marcus Clayton, Jr., Ellis Crosby, Charles Green, Sidney Marcus, Jesse Hall, Eric Holmes, Harry Howard, Raiford Hodges, joe McLure, Andy Partee, joe Saseen, Trammel Vickery. PHI DELTA PHI Winter-Spring Officers OFFICERS Summer-FaII, I954 MAC HALL Magister FRANK TINDALL Exchequer C Zerk JACK THORNTON Hirtorim Winfer-Spring, I955 HAROLD C. MCKENZIE, JR Magifter MIKE CI-IEATHAM Exchequer TED FRANK E L C lerk BILL KING H irtorirzn HAROLD C. MCKENZIE, JR STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Summer-Fall, I954 MAC HALL ...... Preririenz JACK THORNTON . . Vice-Pregidnet TED FRANKEL .... Treasurer HAROLD C. MCKENZIE, JR., Secretary Winter-Spring, I955 JACK THORNTON .... Prerident TED FRANKEL . . . Vice-Preririent MIKE CHEATHAM . . . Treasurer HARRY HOWARD . . . Setrezrzry The membership of the Student Bar Association is made up of the entire student body at the Law School. It is the student government association, and also serves as a semi-professional or- ganization, by Working closely with alumni groups and the Georgia Bar Association. Summer-FaII S'rudenI Bar Execufive Commiifee. GEORGIA BAR JOURNAL Georgia Bar Journal S'IaFf. ILE W? I? rar. Q, s . X QA? 1' 8 Staff: Harold C. McKenzie, Jr., Edi- tor, Pierre Loiseaux, Faculty Ad- viser, Ted Frankel, Mike Cheatham, Marcus Clayton, Ellis Crosby, Bill Harper, Harry Howard, Maurice Maloof, joe McLure, Andy Partee, jack Thornton, Trammell Vickery. The Georgia Bar journal is pub- lished quarterly by members of Emory University and the Univer- sity of Georgia Law Schools. The Journal contains articles of primary interest to the members of the Georgia Bar Association. The selection of the Student Edi- torial Board is determined by the law school faculty. Each year twelve students are selected to serve, one of whom is chosen as Editor. Theology school :Q W I ' Ak 'Qfgtz gb 5 7 Ai 4 229 CANDLER SCHOCL OF THEOLOGY DR. WILLIAM CANNON. D . . , ..,,.,, wfM.v.Qo,-A M..,1,g4mz4m,:1f.f:,...A.:4....F' -...A,4,,..,..... - MW- W.a.,.,w.,., '. x , Wyich Stubbs, President of Theology Studenl' Council. Ofzicerr: Wytch Stubbs, President, Joe Ed Hastings, Vice-President, Grover Bell, Treasurerg jack Men- nick, Recording Secretary. Memberr: Jack Weikel, Corresponding Secre- taryg Kenneth Argenbright, Worship Chairmang Ralph Bailey, Community Service Chairman, James Calhoun, Editor of Camiler Adzfocateg Harley Cecil, Missions Chairman, Eugene Eaddy, Uni- versity Council Representativeg Harvey Floyd, Recreation Chairmang Frank Gulley, Student- Faculty Committee Chairman, Robert Hunt, Freshman Representative, Stuart Irvin, Publicityg Dick Petty, University Council Representativeg Sam Pickard, Student Activities Chairmang Claude Reed, Social Action Chairmang Norman Simmons, Religion At The News Desk Radio Programg Rob- ert Stanley, University Council Representativeg Tom Stroud, University Council Representative, Jane Thomas, Graduate Representative, Al.Wes- ton, Usheringg Bill Whipple, Inter-Seminary Chairman, Benton White, Freshman Representa- tive, Dr. Boone Bowen, Faculty Advisor. Year? Rerziew: This year the Theology School Stu- dent Council has been extremely active, resuming responsibility for many new projects. Among the many activities that the Council participated in were: The council held the annual Spring Banquet last spring on the theme, "This Is Your Life." During the fall, the hrst Quiet Day was held at Haygood Methodist Church. Dr. John Knox of Union Theological Seminary in New York, was the main speaker. A student-centered program held in conjunction with the annual Minister's Week Program. The Council assumed the responsibility of usher- ing at the Atlanta Symphony Series. The Council resumed responsibility for the publi- cation of the school paper, The Cendler Advocate. The Council assumed responsibility for participat- ing in a weekly WAGA radio program. "Religion at the News Desk." A student committee was established to serve as a point of contact with the seminary Student-Faculty Committee. THEOLOGY STUDENT COUNCIL Group accepts check for ushering at the Atlanta Symphony Series. 'ZF il IRS Q , SENIORS CHARLIE A. GRAVES . TED PERRY GRINER . FRANK GULLEY, IR. . NEVILLE A. HAMMER . IOSEPH E. HASTINGS . WILFORD I. HINELY . IAMES H. HOLMES . IOHN RANDALL HUNT C. MITCHELL IOHNSON PHIL MACE IONES . . THEODORE O. KELLY ROBERT D. KNIGHT . . . Latta, S. C . . Columbus, Ga . . Lexington, Ky . Rising Fawn, Ga . Midway, Ala . . Marlow, Ga . Memphis, Tenn . Iacksonville, Fla. . . Tampa, Fla. . Gresham, S. C. . Tampa, Fla. . Orlando, Fla. DONALD H. ANDERSON KEN D. ARGENBRIGHT . ANCEL HOBART ARNOLD IOHN Y. BAcoN . . . LARRY A. BAUMAN . RAY M. BLAKELY . . CHARLES K. BLALOCK . PAUL WENDELL BOONE . HERBERT L. BOWDOIN . IOHN L. BOWIE . . . ROGER L. BRANAN . PAUL OMAR BRUCE . . THOMAS LANE BUTTS, IR. HOWARD EARL CHATTIN DUNCAN A. CLARK . . SAMUEL R. CLARK . ERNEST B. COFFEE . GEORGE REID COOPER . G. HORACE COUCH, . . M. KENNETH CRISWELL . CHARLES A. CULBRETH, IR., WILLIAM E. CURTIS . . . EMMETT SEWELL DAVIS . DAVID HARTMAN DICKENS H. MACK DRIVER . HUGO B. DULING . M. EUGENE DUNN . . IVAN BLAINE EMILY . IAMES L. FARROW . . WILLIAM L. FOSMIRE . THERMOND LEROY GABLE ROY L. GARRETT .... IOHN M. GEARY . . ROBERT E. GORDAY . PRENTISS M. GORDON . . KENNETH EDWIN GRAHAM Vicksburg, Miss. Clifton Forge, Va. . . Alma, Ill. Jonesboro, Tenn. . Buchanan, Ga . Florence, Ala . Etowah, Tenn Clarksville, Tenn . . Dover, Fla . McCool, Miss . . Citra, Fla . Oolitie, Ind . Fittsview, Ala . Uincennes, Ind Hollanclale, Miss . Lebanon, Ky . . Valdosta, Ga . Columbia, S. C . . Athens, Ga National City, Calif . . Albany, Ga . Ovett, Miss . Columbus, Ga i. Nashville, Tenn . Atlanta, Ga . Atlanta, Ga . Athens, Ga . . Crandall, Ind Wetumpka, Ala . Savannah, Ga . . Lexington, Ky . Snreveport, La Clenclenin, W. Va . Iackson, Miss . McCool, Miss . Seminary, Miss WILLIAM TEW LOWRY . S. MAYNARD LUTRELL . ROY DEAN MCALILLY . . . GERALD HART MCFARLAND . IOSEPH E. MCGAHEY .... NORMAN PRYOR MANNING, rn. GEORGE H. NICHOLS, IR. . BURL L. OLIVER .... CHARLES ELBERT PAGE . . OLIVER L. PARKER .... NORMAN WALTER PARSONS . H. LEE PEARSON .... IIM EMERSON POWELL . CLAUDE A. REED . . EDDIE F. ROBERTS . D. RODNEY ROBISON '. IRA M. ROBINSON . . . DONALD FRANCIS ROCK . RONALD LEE RUSSELL . ROY H. RYAN .... THOMAS D. RYAN, IR. . . BEN SAWADA . . .. HENRY MAXWELL SCHMIDT . GLENN D. SEILER ..... IIMMY G. SHORT ..... KENNETH NELSON SHOW . IOHN ROBINSON SILLS . . NORMAN F. SIMMONS . ROBERT A. STANLEY . DAN P. STOWE . . . E. TOM STROUD . . O. WYTCH STUBBS . . HARTWELL I. TAYLOR . RUSSELL C. TAYLOR . TREVOR D. TURNER . SENIORS . Meridian, Miss. . Grccneville, Tenn . . Louisville, Miss. . . . Grundy, Va. Emory University, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Charleston, S. C. . Decatur, Ala. . Sims, N. C. . . Fairfax, Ala. . Springville, N. Y. . . Miami, Fla. . Falls Church, Va. . Charlottesville, Va. . . Abbeville, Miss. . Carrabelle, Fla. . Brondon, Miss. . Hyannis, Mass. . . Miami, Fla. ,- . . Balclwyn, Miss. . Doctor's Inlet, Fla. . . . Mobile, Ala. . Vero Beach, Fla. . . Cincinnati, Ohio . Birmingham, Ala. . . . Alton, Ill. . Asheboro, N. C. . . Monroe, La. . San Diego, Calif. . Belmont, N. C. . . Alma, Ga. . . Sylvania, Ga. . College Park, Ga. . : Decatur, Ga. . Covington, Ga , 'Q D 1 9 ,g r -.- I Gt . -v r 'T , ,1- m ll ei I 1' fp J r.. J XS . . . f-s po C 6? ROBERT LAWRENCE TURNIPSEED . Statesville, N. C ROBERT L. VA'UGHN . . EUGENE CLARK VESTAL, IR .... IAMES M. WALL .... GEORGE WILLIAM WEBB . ALVIN B. WESTON . . FRED P. WHIDDON . BRADY B. WHITEHEAD, IR. E. ALSTON WILKES . . . T. GERALD WILLIAMS . . GLYN O. WIYGUL .... THOMAS HILLMAN WOLFE . Montgomery, Ala Kingsport, Tenn . . Atlanta, Ga . Princeton Ky . Savannah, Ga . Newville, Ala . . Memphis, Tenn West Columbia, S. C . . Wooclville, Fla . Nettleton, Miss . Meridian, Miss THEOLOGY , .. -N' Q ,. i'. - ,- ' - A , .5 . X i , K ,,,:e,,m '-351 : NH i ii. fp? in FRANK R. CLEMMONS, First Year WESLEY B. CLIFFORD, First Year TROY C. CLINESMITH,-First Year DAVID A. CLYBURN, First Year LAURENCE W. COLES, First Year IIMMIE C. CONNOR, Second Year HOWARD W. COOP, Second Year PAUL E. COSBY, First Year . . . IAMES C. COULLIETTE, First Year EDWARD H. CRAMER, First Year AL R. CRUMPLER, Second Year. . IAMES P. DANNELLY, First Year . DEWEY DARK, IR., First Year . . BURFORD A. DICKINSON, First Year H. IACK DILLARD, Second Year EDWARD L. DINKINS, IR., First Ye GERALD R. DUNCAN, Second Year HI' Clarksville, Ark Birmingham, Ala. . Kenton, Okla Charleston, S. C . . Miami, Fla . Pensacola, Fla . . Hegira, Ky Birmingham, Ala Malone, Fla. Birmingham, Ala . Hamilton, Ga Phenix City, Ala Ft. Smith, Ark Hattiesburg, Miss. . Gadsden, Ala . Lakeland, Fla Birmingham, Ala I. VANCE EASTRIDGE, First Year . Mountain City, Tenn JOSEPH W. ADAMS, First Year . Douglasville, Ga. HOWARD B. ALBURY, First Year Coral Gables, Fla. DAVID L. ALLEN, First Year . . . Henderson, Ky. ARVIL W. ALLEN, Seconcl.Year . . Liberty, Ky. RALPH E. BAILEY, Second Year . VVILLIAM R. BAKER, Second Year ROBERT R. BARBER, First Year . MAX E. BARLOW, Second Year . IOHN B. BASS, Second Year . . LEONARD A. BATES, Second Year LAVON E. BAYLER, First Year . ROY BEATY, IR., Second Year . IAMES E. BENSON, Second Year . CARTER S. BERKELEY, First Year . Lancaster, S. C. . Cincinnati, Ohio . Haines City, . . . Cairo, Winter Park, Walnut Grove, Fla. Ga. Fla. Ala. . . . Olney, Ill. . Thomasville, Ga. . Meridian, Miss. Vidette, Ga B. H. BERRIER, Second Year . . BURCHARD B. BERRY, Second Year . . . Helena, Ga. CLIFF R. BERRY, Second Year .... Savannah, Ga. . . Cartersville, Ga. ROBERT D. BICKEL, First Year, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico EARL C. BLACK, IR., First Year . . Newland, N. C. T. I. BOWIE, First Year ...... Louisville, Miss. EMORY R. BRACKMAN, First Year .... Atlanta, Ga. VVILLIAM L. BRACKMAN, IR., Second Year . Atlanta, Ga. IACKSON P. BRADDY, First Year . . . Woodland, Ga. I. DUDLEY BROWN, First Year . . Winona, Miss. DON R. BUNDY, First Year . . . Lancaster, S. C. LEO BURGESS, First Year . . . . 'SuWanee, Ga. KEN C. BURNETTE, First Year . . . Benton, Ky. IAMES M. CALHOUN, First Year . . . Smithville, Ga. CLAUDE L. CAMPBELL, Second Year . . Accomac, Va. NORTON R. CAMPBELL, IR., Second Year, Nashville, Tenn IOSEPH T. CARSON, IR., Second Year . . Lynchburg, Va IOHN H. CECIL, Second Year .... High Point, N. C WALLACE D. CHAPPELL, Second Year . . Apison, Tenn WILLIAM F. CHILDRES, Second Year . . Irwinton, Ga DONALD CLARKE, First Year .... Cincinnati, O BERNARD A. CLAUSEN, Second Year . . Mobile, Ala 234 I HOWARD D. ELZEY, Second Year . . PHILIP F. ERNST, First Year .... WALTER S. EUBANKS, IR., First Year ALBERT M. EVANS, First Year . . . LEON FILLINGIM, IR., First Year . WILLIAM R. FINKLEA, First Year . . ROY A. FISKE, Second Year . . . HUBERT C. FLANAGAN, Second Year IOHN M. FLANIGEN, IRI, First Year . WILLIAM H. FLOYD, IR., Second Year WILLIAM R. FLOYD, First Year . . ALBERT R. FOLDS, Second Year . THOMAS C. FORNASH, First Year . SUMTER L. FOSTER, Second Year . IOHN S. FAZIER, Second Year . . PAUL T. FRY, Second Year . . VINCENT P. FURIO, First Year . . IERRY FURR, First Year . . . MORRIS C. GASKINS, Second Year . HENRY T. GEE, First Year .... WILLIS G. GILLILAND, Second Year . ROBERT I. GOLDSTON, First Year . WALLACE T. GREENE, First Year . I. G. GREENING, Second Year . . THEOLOGY Kingsport, Tenn. . . Augusta, Ga. Memphis, Tenn. Tuskegee, Ala. Iacksonville, . Inman, Fla. Ga. . . Athens, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Conway, S. C. . Atlanta, . Wilmore, Covington, Carrollton, . . White, . Marietta, Birmingham, Ga. X Ky Ala. Pascagouk, Miss. Lake Wales, Fla. Attapulgus, Ga. . . Halls, Tenn . 'wVallace, N. C . Grimn, Ga. . Camden, Ark I Ilia DEWEY W. GRIFFIN, Second Year . Winston-Salem, N. C WILLIAM H. GRIGGS, First Year . . . Louisville, Ala IEAN U. GUERRY, Second Year . . Chattanooga, Tenn WILLIAM N. GUTHRIE, Second Year . ALFRED W. HANNER, Second Year . ROBERT I-IAWKES, First Year . , ARCHIE C. HAYGOOD, First Year . G. M. HEARIN, IR., Second Year . . ROBERT E. HENDRICKS, Second Year, LAWRENCE E. HENIZE, First Year . IACK H. HENTON, First Year . . CHARLES L. HERRON, Second Year . . Ohatchee, . Decatur, . . Calhoun, . . Macon, . Anniston, Phenix City, . Cincinnati . Benton, . Sanford, Ala Ga Ga Ga Ala Ala , O Ky Fla. hx t ,as 'ima f il . fs IAMES M. HICKS, First Year . W. E. HOGGE, Second Year . . . HENRY I. HOLT, IR., First Year . . ROBERT T. HORSTMAN, First Year . ELLIS P. HUKILL, First Year . . . ROBERT L. HUNT, Second Year . WALTER E. IARBOE, First Year . ROBERT M. IENKINS, First Year . AUGUSTUS E. IORDAN, Second Year IOE T. KEEBLE, First Year .... WALTER E. KILBURN, Second Year . M. GENE KIRK, Second Year . . . WILLIAM F. LAMAR, IR., First Year PERCY W. LANDER, First Year . . ARLICE B. LEONARD, Second Year . B. F. LEWIS, Second Year .... WILLIAM H. LEWIS, Second Year . NOAH LISENBY, First Year . . . Thomasville, Ga. . . Mattaponi, Va. . . Bristol, Va. Moundsville, W. Va. . . . Paris, Ky. . Meridian, Miss. . . Temple, Ga. . Iacksonville, Fla. . . Pelham, Ga. . Maryville, Tenn. . . Opelika, Ala. . Knoxville, Tenn. . Birmingham, Ala. . . Kreole, Miss. . . Midland, Ga. . Iackson, Miss. . Hartwell, Ga. . Opelika, Ala. THEOLOGY '7 :Y L-all RICHARD A. PETRY, Second Year . . Iacksonville, Fla. MITCHELL O. PETTUS, First Year . . . Cleveland, Ga. BERNARD G. PETTY, Second Year .' . . Erwin, N. C. SAMUEL D. PICKARD, Second Year . Birmingham, Ala. WILLIAM C. PICKERING, Second Year . . Dallas, Tex. CHARLES H. PIGOTT, First Year W. D. PIGOTT, First Year . . . JAMES G. POLLOCK, First Year RALPH D. POSEY, Second Year SAMUEL H. POSTON, Second Year DAVID D. POWELL, First Year . THOMAS I. PRICE, IR., First Year MARION H. RAMBO, Second Year ROBERT L. RAMSEY, Second Year . Meridian, Miss. . Tylertown, Miss. . . Columbus, Ga. . Copperhill, Tenn. . New Zion, S. C. . Jackson, Miss. . Gainesville, Fla. Pennington Gap, Va. . . . Doerun, Ga. GEORGE S. ROBICHAUX, First Year . High Point, N. C. RICHARD C. LOONEY, First Year . . JAMES N. LOVE, Second Year . . . RALPH I. LOWRIMORE, First Year . WESLEY B. LUCAS, First Year . . . ROBINSON H. MCADEN, Second Year ROBERT E. MQBRIDE, First Year . . ROLAND MCDANIEL, First Year . . IAMES H. MCDONALD, First Year . Matewan, W. Va. . . Opelika, Ala. . . Gaston, S. C. . . Phoebus, Va. . . Brodnax, Va Harrisburg, S. D. . Bessemer, Ala. . Notasulga, Ala. IOHN L. MCGOWAN, Second Year . . Buena Vista, Ga. I. B. MCNIEL, Second Year . . JESSE F. MANNING, First Year . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Abbeville, S. C. ROBERT H. MARTIN, First Year . . . Danville, Va. CLEVELAND C. MATCHETT, First Lea WALTER H. MATTISON, Second Year GILFRED O. MILEY, First Year . . r, Limestone, Tenn. . . Lizella, Ga. . Plant City, Fla. MARVIN K. MILLER, IR., First Year . . Fairburn, Ga. IACK A. MINNICK, Second Year . . HOWARD D. MIZELL, First Year . . RUAL W. MORRIS, First Year . . . WILTON A. MOULDER, Second Year FRANK A. NASH, First Year . . . IACK L. NEWSOME, First Year . . GEORGE C. NORSWORTHY, Second Y LAWRENCE E. NORTON, Second Year DONALD R. OIDELL, First Year . . ARTHUR M. O'NEIL, First Year . IOHN H. OZLEY, Second Year . . WILLIAM H. PAQUIN, First Year . IOHN T. PARKER, Second Year . PHIL C. PEACE, First Year . . . . . Roanoke, Va. Lake Butler, Fla. . Shady Dale, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Greenville, Miss. . . Yorkville, Ga. ear . Tampa, Fla. . Dawsonville, Ga. . Union, S. C. . jackson, Miss . Cumming, Ga . Augusta, Ga . . Mobile, Ala . . Corbin, Ky l l. A I l x J! 1 l .V .7 l I J i li ll l 'J l l I l i 1 v l l l l l o JEROME 1. SCHOEPPLER, First Year, E. REED SESSIONS, First Year . . . IAMES M. SEYMOUR, Second Year . CHARLES C. SHAW, First Year . . E. DALE SHERROD, First Year . . RUEY P. SHIRLEY, IR., Second Year . THEOLOGY Watertown, Minn. . Union City, Ga. . . Lanett, Ala. . . Griffin, Ga. . Sandersville, Miss. . Louisville, Ky. FRANKLIN O. SMITH, First Year . N. Charleston, S. C. GARLAND H. SMITH, Second Year . NEIL E. SMITH, Second Year .... WILLIAM L. SMITH, Second Year . IOHN C. SNYDER, First Year . . . ROGER B. SOLOMON, Second Year . BEN T. STEELE, First Year .... ROBERT E. STEVENS, Second Year . MacLURE STILLWELL, First Year . . GEORGE E. STRAIT, First Year . . LEON E. STRUNK, First Year . . . WILLIAM I. THORN, First Year . . MARVIN T. TRAVIS, First Year . . ROBERT C. TROTMAN, First Year . IOSIE L. TYLER, IR., Second Year . . BOYD E. WAGNER, First Year . . . IOSEPI-I R. WALKER, Second Year . . OSCAR N. WALLEY, First Year . . . . Austin, Tex. Rural Hall, N. C. Iacksonville, Fla. . Florence, S. C. Greeneville, Tenn. Greensboro, N. C, . . Macon, Ga. . Ellinwood, Kan. New Orleans, La. Varrcouver, Wash. Birmingham, Ala. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Lumpkin, Ga. ' . Fairfax, S. C. . . . Olney, Ill. Lenoir City, Tenn. . . Macon, Miss. WILLIAM W. WATKINS, First Year . . . Iackson, Miss. THEODORE I. WEEDEN, Second Year DON I. WELCH, First Year . . . STEPHEN F. WENDT, Second Year . IOHN P. WEST, IR., First Year . . . FREDDIE L. VVHEELER, First Year . . Middletown, Md. . . Augusta, Ga. . New Iberia, La. Birmingham, Ala. . . Alma, Ga. A . 1 4.1 , - i 'S' X 5,1 V ,,,,,f . . I E fl I' ., X PI L., 13. . f G I f A tg V- M M ' Q, f if 4 iii NA ' fi ai ' 4, , 5 Y, V i 'K -if 1 - '- ' U 2. X i 4 2 I '12 I M , 1 I ..-.1 -vfvqg I I J I, . .". .1 xl I' 5- lff A al' ex i Z CHARLIE W. WHETSEL, First Year WILLIAM M. WHIPPLE, Second Year IOB B. WHITE, Second Year . . . IOHN V. WHITEHEAD, First Year WILLIAM H. WICKER, Second Year RICHARD K. WIGGINS, Second Year, IAMES E. WILKERSON, First Year . SARA A. WILKIN, Second Year . . BEN F. WILLIAMS, IR., First Year . ZEB C. WILLIAMS, First Year . . GEORGE B. WILSON, Second Year . WILLIAM R. WOOD, First Year . . ROBERT T. WOODARD, First Year . IOSEPH E. YOUNG, Second Year . Russellville, Tenn . . . Perry, Ga . . Gadsden, Ala . . Miami, Fla . . Buyns, Miss St. Petersburg, Fla . . Lanett, Ala. . . Colquitt, Ga. . Wrightsville, Ga Asheville, N. C. . Lexington, S. C. . Mt. Olivet, Ga. . Greenville, Miss. . Corinth, Miss. EDMUND L. ZIBART, Second Year . . Louisville, Ky. Dr, Oscar Cullman, Dr. Arva Floyd, and Dr. E. G. Mackay cha? wifh sfudenf. MINISTERS' WEEK Dr, James Robinson, lef'r, speaks wifh Dr. Claude Thompson. JAN.17-21 i D' -n-q Bishop Arihur Moore delivers address a+ luncheon. 238 Sfudenfs gafher around fo discuss 'ropics of inferesf. arg nursmg i2""H- TDD: a school Q VE: ,V SCHOOL ol NURSING Dean Ada For1', Dean of fhe School of Nursing. Nursing School Sludeni' Council Members. SiHing lefl' lo righf: Pal Maguire, Mary Thing, Melissa Hood, presidenh Jane Rogers, secrefary. Slanding: Shirley Wiggins, Calhy Smilh, firsf vice-presidenf: Marlha Col- quiH, chaplain: Dean Hall, lreasurerg Roloerfa Slurdivanh 'Beverly Slaughferg Ann Crowfher, second vice-presidenl. I - ' . ,f .--1, ' 3 .iff 7 'Eff Z' " 1 Melissa Hood, Sfudenf Body President Mary Eslelle Childres Rosalind W. Harrison 5-RFB Nell Howell Lora C. Johnson Clemenline R. Tumpane Emily James Wrlgl Butler, Ga. Allanfa, Ga. M0H'fQ0meYY. Nd. Savannah, Ga. Mariefla, Ga. Allanla, Ga. SENIORS MSVY Rufh Brigham Marlha J- De5l'iS0 Ro-bin B. Diehl Belly Jean Dix Mary C. Dowe Barbara Ann Floyd Mary Cobb Floyd Barbara J. Franklin Savannah, Ga. Sylvesfer, GG. Hamilron, Ohio Allanfa, Ga. Monfgomery, Ala. Jacksonville, Fla. Forl Thomas, Ky. Ocala, Fla., Nancy G. Gaul? Palsy W. Haddock Rae Frances Johnson Gretchen F. Leyda Doroihy S. McGahey Mary L, Mann Frances Ann Myhand Edilh Olhella Parker Louisville, Ky. LaGrange, Ga. Rome, Ga. Merriil, Fla. Okeechobee, Fla. Easl Poinl, Ga. Chipley, Ga. Tuckaseigee, N. C. 241 Jean B. Anderson Lu Ann Armstrong Agatha L. Blackstock Kathleen Campbell Marie A. Chatham Doris Emory Chaves Lillian Joan Colsen Bradenton, Fla. Decatur, Ga. Kankakee, Ill. Starr, S. C. Lakeland, Fla. PoatoSAEgrel, Callahan, Fla. . . razi H5 Martha A. Colquitt Bobbie L. Deering Quenelle L. Dunn Edna D. Gay Jo Ann Gaylor Hazel Ann Gill Virginia C. Goldman Thomaston, Ga. Melbourne, Fla. Greenville, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Boynton Beach, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. Montgomery, Ala. Carol L. Hadley lrma Jean Hall Dean W. Hall Connie A. Havird JoAnn Hayes Marian B. Henderson Melissa Lee Hood Betty Rudene Hughie Albuquerque, N. M. LaGrange, Ga. LaGrange, Ga. Augusta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Lawrenceville, Ga. Charlotte, N. C. Athens, Ga. Jean C. Kearse Leah F. Kepler Phyllis J. Mcllrath Pat McMullan D. Lee Martin Betty Miriam Pittard Anne M. Reid Dora E. Riggins Anderson, S. C. Miami, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Bloomfield, Ind. Winterville, Ga. -V Texarkana, Tex. Coral Gables, Fla. Betty L. Roberson Patricia M. Rodgers Carolyn Janes Rogers Katherine Scarborough Mary Ann Scott Beverly A. Slaughter Atlanta, Ga. Tarpon Springs, Fla. West Palm Beach, Fla. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Fort Payne, Ala. LaGrange, Ga. Calheflne A- Smlfh MGVY K- Thing Diane E. Strange Jo Ann Turley Norma Jean Willis Ann D. Yance Jeann n Y l I . Y e e oung Woodruff' S' C' Tampa' Fla' Mclnlosh' Fla' Llndale- Ga- Amef"CUS. GH- Louisville, Ga. West Columbia, Sf. C. Barbara L. Alford Mary Frances .Allen Sara Frances Baker Hester H. Briscoe Patricia Lucile Brown Evelyn Stewart Casey Carolyn M. Corley Decatur, Ga. Hayesville, N. C. Adamsville, Ala. Morgantield,vKy. Palmetto, Fla. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Clemson, S. C. "YJ '23- sai -ze ' .f. - -"K N :-, . Audrey J. Etheridge Carol Louise Fegholg Jacksonville, Fla. Albuquerque, N. M. Norma Louise Justus Eva Jean Law Black Mountain, N. C. Vero Beach, Fla. U . Mary E. Flurry Sheffield, Ala. P Caryl E. Neel Thomasville, Ga ,,y. Jean Louise Gilchrist Margaret J. Harvill W. Beazie Hayes Mary Joan Hunter Leesburg, Fla. Cartersville, Ga. Cordele, Ga. Chattanooga, Tenn. Barbara J. Palmore Betty .lo Prescott T. Jean Ray Joyce Ann Sayre Mabel J. Senkbeil Atlanta, Ga. Barnesville, Ga. Andalusia, Ala. Huntsville, Ala. Atlanta, Ga. Al Sandra Smith Jo Ann Smith Roberta J. Sturdivant Betty Joyce Tillery Edith Feagle Voigt Rosalee A. Waller Shirley Anne Wiggins Carol Wommack Orrville, Ala. Atlanta, Ga. . Eustis, Fla. Phenix City, Ala. Decatur, Ga. West Palm Beach, Fla. Gainesville, Ga. Washington, D. C. Melissa Hood shows high school visitors how to put the cap on properly. .Ni Carolyn Edilh Abrams Marion E. Baker Mary Virginia Brown I Julianna Buck Jessie Lee Craven L Nancy G. Davis Jerrllyn Engert Lakeland, Fla. Homesfead, Fla. Albany, Ga. Decaluw-, Ga. Clarkesville, Ga. York, Ala. Knoxville Tenn Louise L. Atlanla, Hyde Ga. Sybil Ann Hendrix Virginia Eubanks Mary Virginia Ferrill Judifh E. Fifzsimmons Glenna Ann Gilrealh Mariorie Goodenough Sylvia Henry Eleanor F Hughes Decaiur, Ga, College Park, Ga. Augusia, Ga. ST. Pefersburg, Fla. Pensacola, Fla. Cross Cily, Ga. Thomasville Ga ACADEMIC Elizabeih H. Herwick Allanla, Ga. 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J' '4 A 4 1 J x , f Q 'f s " :iq " y , xf, - , ,,.1' , i A '-6. :v."' , 'iffy-I-. 4 Q , .r 1 The Easf Wing of Emory Universi'l'y Hos- piial, wifh ihe Woodruff Memorial Cancer Research Building 'fo 'Phe Righf. 'il V ii, kj E544 n , I nl ., '1 i "',i fy A .,,, t K ..A W V! jf , ,,. ,., . ,i 1 ..f..." -1 -hun? K I ! . u .Xl I ilyff fxf .L fir Hagan Baskin, Jr. Aflania, Ga. Kennefh P. Carlson Decalur, Ga. Phi Chi X xl l xqiy Lowell J. Blaclr, Jr. Monfgomery, Ala. Alpha Kappa Kappa William H. Chambless Decafur, Ga. Phi Chi 'VR I . James E. Bleclrley Clayfon, Ga. William C. Cooper Birmingham, Ala. Edwyn T. Bowen, Jr. Decalur, Ga. Edwin D. Crane, Ill Allanfa, Ga. Alpha Kappa Kappa SENIORS Eddy E. Burns Ailanla, Ga. Alpha Kappa Kappa Roberf E. Delgado Miami, Fla. H r r Ray E. Dellinger Edzell P. Dickerson James B. Dunaway Lawrence L. Freeman Malcolm G. Freeman A+lan'la, Ga. Emory Universily, Ga. Orrville, Ala. Ailanla, Ga. Kalamazoo, Mich. Phi Rho Sigma Phi Rho Sigma Carl Fromhagen, Jr. Harper J. Gasion Alberl' J. Geiger Richard T. Giblin Clyde E. Gibson Miami, Fla. Columbus, Ga. Phi Rho Sigma Alpha Kappa Kappa Allanla, Ga. Alpha Kappa Kappa Allanfa, Ga. Phi Chi Decafur, Ga. . :fl ,en A? Tom A. Gibson Slanley L. Gould John B. Hampfon l-lunfsville, Ala. Wesierly, Rhode Island Tampa, Fla. Phi Rho Sigma Phi Chi Phi Chi George M. Kaiibah Frank D. Kilgo William E. Kilgore Jacksonville, Fla. Allania, Ga. Ocala, Fla. Phi Chi Jack B. Hanks Warringion, Fla. Harvey E. Merlin Miami, Fla. Phi Della Epsilon PSENIGRS R. Lanier Jones Nashville, Tenn. Alpha Kappa Kappa B. Don Minor A+lan+a, Ga. Phi Rho Sigma John L. Mifchell Marvous E. Mosiellar James Roberr Neill Harold S. Nelson Jacksonville, Fla. LaGrange, Ga. Coral Gables, Fla. Miami, Fla. Phi Chi Phi Chi Phi Rho Sigma J. Morris Perkins W. Glenn Pe'Hy James Porier, Jr. Keiih A. Quarferman Decaiuf- Ga- Aflaniai 66- OPlGndO. Fla. Aflania, Ga. Alpha Kappa Kr-ppp Phi chi Phi Chi E. O. Newfon Barlow, Fla. Phi Rho Sigma Waller J. Reis Decaiur, Ga. .1 .. in I 1 3 1 ' .2 1 .2 l i V ' A Q, gi Q l . f 3 V 22 . .HS LZQ1 L K4 , . N 5 J 2 4 9 Cf? ' ' 7 .ff. l V .X ' ' I i ag 1 . 1 , , . 1.1 .,,,,,. , . . H. Dale Richardson Aflania, Ga. Frank C. Schwalbe, Jr. Jacksonville, Fla. Donald R. Rooney Cliffside Park, N. J. Phi Chi Ernesi- Caldwell Smiih, Jr. Barlow, Fla. i ..l Ernsi M. Ruder Clearwaier, Fla. Phi Chi Warren Y. Smi+h Monfgomery, Ala. Phi Rho Sigma 0 f fx 4 2 ig 'L' 4? K X Q K 43 Carl Beniamin Schleifer Palmelio, Fla. Lee M. Sfapp Decaiur, Ga. Alpha Kappa Kappa SENIORS li.. , 1 , f .,., M Harold Schulman Miami, Fla. H. Harlan Slone Allania, Ga. Alpha Kappa Kappa Frifz Thompson Aflanla, Ga. Phi Chi George L. Wallace, Jr. Ailania, Ga. Alpha Kappa Kappa Thomas L. Tidmore Aflania, Ga. Phi Chi Thomas E. Whifesides, Jr. Birmingham, Ala. Alpha Kappa Kappa John S. Turner Lakeland. Fla. Alpha Kappa Kappa Edward H. Williams Jacksonville, Fla. James W. Turpin Gerald E. Wadsworih Ailania, Ga. Tampa, Fla. Phi Chi Roberi E. Williford Morgan D. Wynne, Jr. Fayeiieville, N. C. Griffin, Ga. Phi Chi Alpha Kappa Kappa 43 4-A-9 -'T' JUNIORS Bascom F. Anrhony Valdosla, Ga, Alpha Kappa Kappa Edward L. Askren, Ill Arlanra, Ga. Jos. D. Beasley Emory Universily, Ga Alpha Kappa Kappa Jack E. Birge Gasroinia, N. C. Alpha Kappa Kappa John C. Blalock, Jr. Arlanra, Ga. Phi Chi Thomas E. Cummings Roclcmarr, Ga. Phi Chi Arrhur D. Draper Tampa, Fla. Phi Chi Allan G. Edwards Marierra, Ga. Alpha Kappa Kappa Thomas M. C-Peer Greensboro, Ga. Ridlev M. Glover LaGrange, Ga. John B. Griffin Arlanla, Ga. Alpha Kappa Kappa J. Howard Griner Cairo, Ga. H. Quillian Jones Forr Mlyers, Fla. Phi Rho Sigma James C. Major Arlanra, Ga. Phi Chl Randy A. Malone Coral Gables, Fla. Fred T. Miclzler, Jr. Madison, Fla. Alpha Kappa Kappa Joseph H. Miller Columbia, S. C. Alpha Kappa Kappa Brirfain Moore Jacksonville, Fla. Phi Chi Bernard H. Palay Surfside, Fla. Phi Della Epsilon Theodore G. Panos Jacksonville, Fla. Phi Rho Sigma T. Elder Pearce Coilumbius, Ga. Phi Chi Arihur J. Pearl Miami, Pla. Phi Delia Epsilon Pele H. Rhymes Monficello, Miss. Phi Chi Henry A. Robinson Emory Universify, Ga. Alpha Kappa Kappa Donald G. Rosenberg Miami Beach, Fla. Phi Delia Epsilon Philip T. Schley Columbus, Ga. Phi Chi James H. Shinaberger Emory Universiiy, Ga. Phi Chi lra H. Slade Emony Universiiy, Ga. Alpha Kappa Kappa J. Orson Smiih Bairibridge. Ga. Alpha Kappa Kappa Peier C. Sofus Miami Beach, Fla. Phi Rho Sigma Barbara A. Sfephenson Aflania, Ga. Wm. S. Talley Arlanfa. Ga. Phi Chi Sha'Heen Taylor Ailanfa, Ga. George .E. Terezalcis Orlando, Fla. Phi Rho Sigma Rober1'AF. Thompson Newnan, Ga. Phi Chi Wm. N. Toole Arlanra, Ga. A Phi Chi Daniel R. Turner Albany, Ga. Phi Chi Bayard Tynes Birmingham, Ala. Phi Chi F. Norman Vickers Ha+i'iesburg, Miss. Phi Chi Kennefh M. Wing Orlando, Fla. Alpha Kappa Kappa '42 vfr, S? zo., 'U-sr' i .IUNIORS SOPHCDMORES Anita C. Adams Herb Alperin Fernando F. Amafriain John C. Ammons Aflania, Ga. Aflania, Ga. Aflanla, Ga. Jacksonville Fla. Phi Della Epsilon Phi Rho Sigma Robert E. Arnall John E. Barneif, Jr. Joseph DJ. Barfley James Bowcock Griffin, Ga. Arlanra, Ga. Macon, Ga. Arlanra, Ga. Phi Chi Phi Rho Sigma Alpha Kappa Kappa Phi Chi Charles A. Brake Emmeit T. Brunson Waller A. Camp Frank Carrera, Ill William F. Carter Claude R. Crow Richard K. Cureion ' Q , 5 - I A1 , S ' f' Id, M . Tampa, Fla. Macon, Ca. Yalaha, Fla. Emory Universily, Ga. Acighikiirgglilgmakapia anPi1?nChi B prmighiltzhi O Phi Rho Sigma Phi Rho Sigma Phi Chi Alpha Kappa Kappa .Q . ff' f. J.',12p,f pu-.2 .. 1gg+'wu'f "" j r. ' ,. ' if i l George F. Daviglus Cochabamba, Bolivia Phi Rho Sigma Arfhur N. Gabriel Brooklyn, N. Y. Phi Della Epsilon 77' ' J, " l ' '- f 4 ' J ' if -' R. J J: X ' 5 J per.. fi,.iM' X s .. '. 5 fi Y wi" Clarence H. Harper Live Oak, Fla. Thomas A. Duncan Allanfa, Ga. Phi Chi Pefer O. Garner Co. Collon, N. Y. 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Lipscomb Allanla, Ga. Phi Chi Alpha Kappa Kappa Alpha Kappa Kappa Phi Rho Sigma - ' 'M ' "-ff' ""' "'M"ff'1r1 - 'H , ' M' 'i 1? Q A i , ' f s RL 'i Q . . 'R' 1 ' i .' ' H ' . 1 ' A . ' - If l ' - 1 ' Y ' '. ' if - i' if ' - A , v:.:f, :X . .GL -'wr 1 L 1 '-gf , U i L s .. Y 1 A "V " V .. U f A ' , .iii f . i. -1 ' la il as as f T 1 'A - ., i Q 1 i I Y 'ii I L a W'f'W- x .f'fi?Z r ,Y ii X ' F , . 1: if J Harry E.' Livingston Douglas G.'McCree Lawrence P. McDonald William M. Marine Aflanla, Ga. Orlando, Fla. Allanfa, Ga. Chalianooga, Tenn. Alpha Kappa Kappa Phi Rho Sigma Alpha Kappa Kappa Hugh M. Mathews Jack M. Mezrah Robert D. Milledge Harvey Minchew, Jr. Neplune Beach, Fla. -Troy, Ala. Coral Gables, Fla. Waycross, Ga. Phi Della Epsilon Phi Chi Phi Chi AT V JUN 'P 4. ' 4? -2 ff . "Q ,jr P -1, I f 15, "iz, 4 . A ff' W 5' 3 i - V A ' , il' - , A f js: ' , , ,, N, ,. X . - i- ' Q ' 'L xx . - L . P 7 Y . PY: .' .. -,..:-L-has. -2 ' .rf ' in 1' .. A C2 2 l , cg .Q , , ff gi : ,s i J -. - x ' a ., ..,., -" A- -A , , " ' , rs s - . al George A. Neder, Jr. Jacksonville, Fla. Phi Chi John A. Rush, Jr. Jacksonville, Fla. Phi Chi Fred L. Palmer Covinglon, Ga. Alpha Kappa Kappa James W. Sapp Hava-na, Cuba Alpha Kappa Kappa Henry G. Palmer Allanfa, Ga. Alpha Kappa Kappa George W. Sciple Ailanla, Ga. Francis S. Pooser Lake Wales, Fla. Phi Rho Sigma Robert B. Scoggins Griffin, Ga. Alpha Kappa Kappa SOPHOMGRES James K. Milchell Allanla, Ga. Phi C-hi ,if Q ii ...4 , J 4.44 X -.-sl Bayard H. Morrison Sf. Peiersburg, Fla. Alpha Kappa Kappa iii , 42-Q1-Aj" ... , .4 J , f- ' H. A A . f 'V 'S fr!" I . ' ' f .im " 'l' l 4? A. Bruce Munro MT. Vernon, N. Y. Phi Chi E i William W. Purks William C. Rape Charles G. Rogers Columbus, Ga. New Smyrna Beach, Fla. Allanla, Ga. Phi Chi Phi Rho Sigma William B. 'Shor1', Jr, Roberl B. Smilh John R. Sfiefel Kayford, W. Va. Allanla, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Phi Chi Alpha Kappa Kappa Phi Chl 'GW' Lyle L. Stones Downey, Idaho Phi Rho Sigma William A. Talbof 'Harry C. Tindall Slanley C. Topple Phil J. Wahle Howard W. Webb Afflanla, Ga, Allanla, Ga. Avondale Esfales, Ga. Deland, Fla. Elkharf, Indiana Alpha Kappa Kappa Phi Chi Alpha Kappa Kappa 255 Theodore M. Wolff Miami, Fla. Phi Della Epsilon Caniel H. Abdulian Richard MciL. Anderson Eugene A. Arnold, Jr. Theodore E. Afkinson Kessab, Slyria Gainesville, Fla. Allanla, Ga. Macon, Ga. Phi Chi Phi Chi FRESHMEN Horace Clinfon Ball Thomas P. Ball, Jr. Rudolph M. Bell Donald W. Bidwell Ailanla, Ga. College Park, Ga. Thomasville, Ga. Coral Gables, Fla. Alpha Kappa Kappa Phi Chi Alpha Kappa Kappa Phi Chi Russell P. Blanlon Kent P. Bradley George S. Calahan, Jr. J-ohn W. Carson, Jr. Jim Chrisfy J0l'1H F- Cl'-IXTOI1 -lepliha B- C055 Mayo, Fla. S+, Petersburg, Fla. Miami, Fla: Jacksonville, Fla. Ailanla, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Mobile, Ala. Phi Rho Sigma Phi Chi Phi Chi Phi Chi Alpha Kappa Kappa Phi Chi Phi Chi Richard S. Colvin Roberf M. Combs Elfon L. Copelan William MCK. Dallas, Jr. Roberl S. Davis Waller E. Dippy Roberl M- Dvbbi. -lf- Decalur, Ga. LaGrange, Ga, Allania, Ga. Thomaslon, Ga. Ridgewood, N. J. Orlando, Fla. Charlolfe, N. C. Phi Chi Phi Chi Alpha Kappa Kappa John S. Dodd, Jr. Clyde A. Donehoo Charles A. Duggan, Jr. Roberl' W. Eilers Omer L. Eubanks William W. Fox J. Hershel Fulcher LaGrange, Ga. Gadsden, Ala. Jeffersonville, Ga. Gillespie, lll. Columbus, Ga. Norman, Okla. Allanfa, Ga. Phi Chi Alpha Kappa Kappa Phi Chi Alpha Kappa Kappa Phi Chi Phi Chi L Albemarle. N. C. Panama Cily, Fla. Miami, Fla. Allanla, Ga. Lawrenceville, Ga. Anderson, S. C. Simsbuny,Cor1r1- Ph' Ch' ' ' I I Alpha Kappa Kappa Phi Della Epsilon Phi Chi GEC ewis J. Gaskin Charles L. Geiger Albert Gersing Maurice S. Goldman, Jr. Raphael K. Graves Samuel T. Haddock Floyd D. Hamillon Henry J. Harding, Jr. William M. Hardman .Lamar Harrell Phenix Cily, Ala. Lake Wales, Fla. Columbus, Ga. Phi Chi Phi Chi l 1' ' J A Q r ., ,J , I C ez- 'F f ". S' il 5 ' McClaren Johnson, Jr. Allania, Ga. Randall Jenkins Inverness, Fla. Julian Jacobs Ailanla, Ga. Jacob L. Harfley Phenix City, Ala. Phi q FR ES H M E N 1 A Edwin L. Jones, Jr. Jacksonville, Fla. Waller E. Mingledorff Charles W. Morrison Springfield, Ga. Key Wesf, Fla. Phi Chi Phi Chi l i l l i Phi Chi Phi Chi Phi Chi Sherwood Jones William D. Jordan Joseph Lindsay, lll Jack W. MacDonald William L. McDougall Hogansville, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. Clemson, S. C. Tampa, Fla. Allanla, Ga. Phi Chi Alpha Kappa Kappa Phi Chi Phi Chi Phi Chi ' WY' fu' CL '-"TF"-'F1 -51 17255 -f aa ' W .li P1 Q 'L 'ii - """"' ""' H' C ' .,,? Alvah J. Nelson, lll Richard W. Noland William W. O'Connell Thomas'ro'n, Ga. Ailanla, Ga. Si. Augusline, Fla. Phi Chi James C. Shelburne Francis J. Sincox Henry B. Smith Monigomery, Ala. Avondale Esiafes, Ga. Valdosfa, Ga. Alpha Kappa Kappa Alplha Kappa Kappa Phi Chi I we . , ff' tv U ' Nelson H. Parker, lll Columbus, Ga. Alpha Kappa Kappa Raymond H. Owings Chamblee, Ga. Joel S. Sieinberg Miami, Fla. Ponce de Leon, Fla. Alpha Kappa Kappa .A Hiram A. Sfephens, Jr. l lrwin 'S. Resnick William C. Roberfs Tampa, Fla. Allania, Ga. Phi Delia Epsilon Phi Chi William A. Siory Joe C. 'Siubbs Bainbridge, Ga. Siaiesboro, Ga. Phi Chi Phi Chi William D. Waldleil Lamar H. Waiers, Jr. William C. Wafers Thomas R. Whiie Clarence R. Wilcox, Jr. Malcolm H. Williams David S. Zimmon Jacksonville, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Allania, Ga. . Princeion, Fla. Rome, Ga. Albuquerque, N. M. Miami, Fla. Phi Chi Alpha Kappa Kappa 257 PHI CHI OFFICERS MARvoUs MOSTELLAR .... President BROCK MAGRUDER .... Vice-Pretidem: BOB GRoovER . . Secretary BOB CROW . , . . . Treasurer EMMETT BRUNsoN . . . Home Manager Sigma of Phi Chi was organized in the Atlanta College of Physicians and Sur- geons on February 20, 1905. It was the second Medical Fraternity to be estab- lished in Atlanta, and is the oldest chapter of any Medical Fraternity at Emory. Social activities of the Chapter center around monthly House Dances, and the annual Founders Day Banquet and Dance, held in conjunction with the Atlanta Phi Chi Alumni Association. Phi Chi also recog- nizes the importance of medical scholar- ship by sponsoring the James Edgar Paullin Memorial Lecture, which is given each year by an outstanding figure in medical education and research. Rush week was a howling success as Phi Chi welcomed 36 new pledges. On December Llth the pledges gave the brothers a fine Christmas party. Brother Kirkpatrick gave rare rendition of his travels while Brother Munro and Pledge Brothers Hartley, Fox and Roberts spoke of other things. February 20th marked the golden anniversary of Sigma. This was celebrated on Feb. 25th at the Annual Founderis Day Banquet and Dance with Charlie Chase supplying the music. Broth- er Fulmer and Bowcock were the recepi- ents of the Eben J. Carey Award in An- atomy. Brother Munro scratches while Brother Neder paddles. Brother Hartley and his companions. , hu- 4, - V - -ww---frm 1 i T T or ii M .I :EA lr C: y ' U A A :AI b A? . .3 ig A fy: ' i 'MJ Ta QQ. ' . 'V ' Vw- Q W V ul ill . l' J' ' ' - 1 if 'J ' . - .xg R: . in Y ,, -A! K . 'N 4 xt yy w X I: jif.ff'5 4-' 1 ri '. 15- "' 5'3" I 'k " .v i , , 4,5135 ,E 1 x, , , . . 'N 7 1 . ' JM x T t by rl A f 3 T if' iii l , V W I -f . . T I ju" rv' 3 -V , ,,., 1-. Q ii gg 4 ix, 3, Q.: l 4: 2 T 5, Q iff' of Qi' W . , J ' J R , , ,-1- H." ..' K , ' ' X 5 .,.,, .., X ,XM- . ' - Y M x , T ' J 'M' eva. ry ' ' 'r V 5? X . V -5: 1... 1 i Y , VV I I A A 1 n ,, 1 be V V 1 - A 54.6 I as xv , V . -. AA 1. A rf 'Q 2' A .w 7 , I l . , . r - :K J G S SQL A X.-. Q W L' . , 1 A I N . , 7 is T A 4- . I... ,., 1-5 V, ,- . - fa i 4- W T .ll 4 2 l l A l 1 rex! .V Vg J ul. . V E 3 I ' ' Ki.l l l X l S i i i X i y L li ' .j:..e-., --AA 'W4 ,V X ' W'-' 'l' ' I' ' -.i rfzf . l - ,H e .45 ' 'le' T' ,L T o fl I '1 1 J W l N 1 T rs - 41' ' is , il - I1 V 1 'N .N was 'Mg i, ' , p F T , o f X hz '1 -fn f ' ' . 1 .A "' A I, i' ' E x X 'V .if ,..-s, .fr iff , ' A 'HW , rw ,, ., . ,.,, -f,-4f'f53?l V' ' ffiffp N ,-1203 Richard Anderson G. Callahan Jr. Ed Cummings Hershel Fulcher William Hardman Sherwood Jones Waller Mingledorff James Porler Jr. Henry Smifh William Toole Roberl Arnall Waller Camp Wm. Dallas Jr. Sidney Fulmer Wm. Hardman Jr. Frank Kilgo James Mifchell Jr. William-Purks John Sfiefel Daniel Turner Theodore Alkinson Kennelh Carlson Ray Dellinger Lewis Gaskin Lamar Harrell Jr. James Kirkpatrick Bril Moore Keifh Quarlerman William Sfory Bayard Tynes Thomas Ball John Carson Jr. John Dodd Jr. Richard Giblin Jacob Harlley Joseph Linsay C. Morrison Jr. William Roberfs Joe Slubbs Norman Vickers Donald Bidwell John Blalock Jr. James Bowcock Kenf Bradley Wm. Chambless John Cluxlon Roberl' Combs Jr. Jeplha Cobb Arfhur Draper Charles Duggan Thomas Duncan Roberl' Ellio'l"l Slanley Gould Howard Griner Roberl Groo-ver Samuel Haddock Andrew Hibberf Jr. Lovic Hobby Randall Jenkins MCG. Johnson Jr. Jack McDonald Wm. McDougall Jr. James Maior Roberl Milledge Marvous Moslellar Bruce Munro George Neder Jr. Alvah Nelson Ernsf Ruder John Rush Philip Schley James Shinaberger William Talley Frilz Thompson Robert Thompson Thomas Tidmore Gerald Wadsworfh Phil Wahle Lamar Waters Jr. Robert Williford Emmeff Brunson Claude Crow William Fox John Hamplon Ladd Jones Jr. Harvey Minchew Elder Pearce William Short Jr Harry Tindall PHI RHO SIG MA .1 g -V iii' I :I " wt ' 2 53 V 1: 4 Q.. V wg, 1 .W A L..,,. A wi, . Pogo and friend. So who cares if I 'fIunI: physiology? 4 4: x iw wi. V ww 1 wad 54 gy? X -3. , W4 M4 5 .. . ,gy ...-. 'f, f M W . ,. ,, f f . .'-, . ,. 4. K, - i , if f . .41-I , V 2552 55- .- . .. . .. ,zvfx . 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Rape Harold Schulman The Chi Beta Chapter of Phi Rho Sigma received its charter in the Fall of 1955. Since then the Chapter has redecorated the House on Clifton Road and this past year began work on several noteworthy projects. These include a Chapter newspaper, community serv- ice work, a lecture series, a Chapter game room, and completion of the Chapter library with over 500 volumes and permanent subscriptions to 5 profession- al journals and magazines. The fraternity Wives organized and founded the Merry Widows Auxiliary of Phi Rho Sigma, and the ladies had a full schedule of socials, meetings, and other activities throughout the year. The Phi Rho's Halloween Carnival, Christmas Party, and Valentine Ball were highlights of the year's social activities, along with a number of small, in- formal parties and get-togethers. 261 .-ann. 'I' l X141 William F. Carfer Carl Fromhagen Jr. Tommy L. Lipscomb Pefer C. Sorus Richard S. Colvin George F. Daviglus Pefer O. Garner Tom A. Gibson Lawrence P. McDonald Harold S, Nelson Lyle L. Sfones OFFICERS H. QUILLIAN JONES . A. S. HAMPTON JOHN C. AMMONS J. ALBERT EADDY . LYLE STONES . FRANK CARRERA James W. Turpin . . Prerident Vice-Preriderzz . Secretary . . Treasurer H orare Manager . H in orian er' 5' .: A - . 25 my 'Y --. 7 If , .591 - '- ,i ,, .fa rf " -we Q 9, 2, 2 . Y 4 A X 1 ,gy W3 in ....,T'.... .I .. ? 4?-:33.i.5fIi':':' " ez-.xrfr f 2557 Bascom F. Anthony Jimmy H. Christy Roddy A. Field Robert Knapp Fred L. Palmer Ira- H. Slade Wm. C. Waters Ill 4? Horace C. Ball Jr. Edwin D. Crane Ill J. Harper Gaston William D. Lazenby Henry G. Palmer J. Orson Smith Howard W. Webb ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA Joseph D. Bartley Richard K. Cureton Albert J. Geiger Harry E. Livingston N. H. Parker Ill Robert B. Smith T. E. Whitesides Jr. ....,. Joseph D. Beasley R. M. Dobbs Jr. Charles L. Geiger William M. Marine J. Morris Perkins Lee M. Stapp Kenneth M. Wing .AMA k , .31-.:a.:.. J, 1 .ff sv, ia ...Q ff we 2 cy' M Y fxit. V' f' . ' " J The Alpha Tau Chapter of Alpha Kappa Kappa was established at Emory in 1914. With Dawson Durden as rush chairman for this year, the chapter enjoyed a successful rush week, adding a pledge class of 16 to our membership. The events of the year have included severalballs at the house, featuring dining and dancing to a wide assortment of big name stars Con recordb. The ap- pearance of Santa Claus at the Christmas patty, with rare and exotic gifts for all, was one of the high- lights of the season's social festivities. Yet to come are the Alumni Open House, Annual Alumni Banquet, and Spring Formal. The inauguration of the Wives' Club program, with meetings every -third Thursday, has proven a big hit with the ladies. Rudolph M. Bell C. A. Donehoo Jr. H. Earl Ginn Jr. Hugh M. Mathews Henry A. Robinson Hiram A. Stephens Morgan D. Wynne Jack E. Birge W. D. Durden Jr. John B. Griffin Fred T. Mickler Jr. James W. Sapp H. Harlan Stone James L. Black George E. Duvoisin Charles H. Hodges Joseph H. Miller Robert B. Scoggins William A. Talbot OFFICERS Charles A. Brake A. G, Edwards Jr. William B. Holliday Bayard H. Morrison James C. Shelburne John S. Turner Joe MILLER . . . . Pferidenz BAscoM ANTHONY . . . . Vice-President CHARLES BRAKE . . Recording Secretary DAWSON DURDEN . . . C orrerponding Secretary BOB KNAPP . . . Treamrer and Home Manager BUD MORRISON . ..... Social Chairman E. Eddy Burns Omer L. Eubanks R. Lanier Jones Wm. E. O'Connell Francis J. Sincox Ill G. L. Wallace Jr. Dr. Lansing explains fhe use of ine Elec+ron Microscope. 3 s I, 1' Nf 1 if , 'ii - 1: as x 3 A r 53 V 1 5 5 A Conference- A radiology class session. 263 . , V ,ze ,zf N, ,cv I f 1 ' I , ' f' if .fm swi mm 4 ,, 'f Y Q gy . U ..,A 2 ez if Q M225 Ward rounds af Emory. ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA NOT PICTURED: PAT S. BARROW ANNE H. GASTON ROBERT W. HUBBELL JOHN G. LEONARDY DR. EDGAR F. FINCHER H. Harlan Stone E Edd Burns Alpha Omega Alpha, highest honorary medi- cal society, was instituted on the Emory campus in 1940. It replaced the twenty-one- year-old Asklepios, local honor society. The Society was organized at the College of Medicine in the University of Illinois, Chi- cago, on August 25, 1902. The meetings .of AOA are devoted to the presentation and discussion of clinical cases and scientific papers. Public addresses are given by distinguished physicians under chapter auspices. Membership in AOA is based upon the candidates scholarship and moral qualifiica- tions. Its aims are the "attainment of a high standard of character and conduct among medical students and graduates, and the re- cognition of high attainment in medical sci- ence in practice and related fields." OFFICERS Joi-IN G. LEONARDY . .... Pferidem: H. HARLAN STONE . . Secretary-Treardrer James E. Bleckley Marvous E. Mosfellar ' ttr' , A . ,, . ' N ' ?1"."1., . F42 -1151" "'+---W I if 'Z-4,324 if tj, ' '-:'zf,..,,3-gpm' Donald R- RCOHGY Frank C. Schwalbe George L, Wallace W A K ff 1 dental .-1 xx school R' IX THE SCHCDGL OF DENTISTRY T7"f'F!x,,N Dr. John E. Buhler, Dean of fhe School of Den+is+ry ., V NNN-SMX X The Emory Universl+y School of Denfisfry. 266 wfiwll 4 , 0 STUDENT AMERICAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION OFFICERS SIuc.Ien'I American Den+aI Associaiion Of- ficers: L +o R: Jack WI'1iI"I, Treasurer Parker Mahan, Presidenf: John Cudd. Vice-presidenrg Bob Uible, Secreiary. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL OFFICERS In'Ierfra+erni+y Council Officers. L 'Io R Henry Sparks, Treasurer: Nelms Bell, Pres idenf: Ed Zwig, Vice-presidenfg Tom Lide Secreiary. STUDENT COUNCIL Sfudenf Council. L Io R: Ed Anderson Vice-presidenrg Lyle Boyer, President Bob DonaId, Treasurer. SI'ancIing: Sco'H TuIIier, Forresf Deupree, Bill Crowe, Ed Thorpe, Gordon Sfeadman, Don TiIIery. Noi' pic- fured: Bucky Bloom, Secre'I'ary. .,f"" v Hisiology Lab V,- ml-Y Audio-Visual Aids A blood iab Clinic Lab The Booksfore N so "2 if . ., V . we Sophomore Class officers: Presi- denf, Don Tlllery: Vice-presidenl, Cary Harper: Secre+ary, Zelda Hadley: Treasurer, Alvin Crews. Freshmen Class officers: Presidenl, Foresi Deupree Vice-presidenl, Waller Grage Secrefary, Charles Vaughn Treasurer Sfanley Krug- Senior Class officers Presldenl Ed Anderson: Vice-pres1den+ Marshall Parks: Secre+ary, Walson Bacon Treasurer, Ervin Hough ja Ss. . if x Edward M. Anderson Allanla, Ga. Xi Psi Phi F. Lyle Boyer Ta-rpon Springs, Fla. Xi Psi Phi Richard W. Bacon Winler Haven, Fla. Della Sigma Della Coales iP. Bull, lll Monlgomiery, Ala. Xi Psi Phi Lloyd R. Besl Bradenlon, Fla. Xi Psi Phi Roy G. Burrus Mooresboro, N . C. Della Sigma Della Nelms L. Bell Middlelon, Ga. Della Sigma Della John D. Cagle Jacksonville, Fla. Della Sigma Della 'Fred M. Blake Greer, S. C. Paul H. Clower, Jr Allanla, Ga. Della Sigma Della Sam G. Cole Allanla, Ga. William M. Davis Clearwaler, Fla. James H. Cooper Clemmons, N. C. Psi Omega George Diaz Tampa, Fla. Della Sigma Della Lewis A. Crane Greenville, S. C. Della Sigma Della John IP. Dorlon Durham, N. C. Xi Psi Chi William E. Crow Allanla, Ga. Xi Psi Phi Fred C. Duda Miami, Fla. Psi Omega , Jack L. Davis Thomasville, Ga. Della Sigma Della John W. Epps Sanford, Fla. Psi Omega 270 i 5 . "li GR cfK..L 'nv' -- . ', 4' ' l. L. vs, - ' U' MEF' .i 7 ,W ,, P . , ZS--15" ? 'yew 4, - , , Y f, I ,iF v' :W4wiT., 3 i - H in ,T Y l' X .A f- Q 1 -1 ' - if i . . f .- . 1 I. il T ' , , ., lift- f . , fr- ' if . -. . li-"' .3 'f' l 1 1 ' 1 ,. . Q 5 i . Q93 05: W fg,i.e.,' 1 l -1' K . ' x iss. Floyd E. Farlow Ralph B. Finney Joseph M. Gibson Aflanfa, Ga. Valdosfa, Ga. Albany, Ga. Della Sigma Della Xi Psi Phi Charles W. Holmes, lll S. Henry Holfon Edwin E. Hough Winler Park, Fla. Albany, Ga. Passagrille Beach, Fla. Psi Omega Della Sigma Della Psi Omega Aaron L. King, Jr. Roberf S. Lahr R. Sfewarl' Lester Ailanla, Ga. Tampa, Fla. Wadley, Ga. Psi Omega Della Sigma Della Xi Psi Phi William C. Marshall Marcus B. Megahee Roberi A. Miessen, Jr. Allanlva, Ga. Coolidge, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Xi Psi Phi Delia Sigma Della Xi Psi Phi S C H O O L O F D E N T I S T R Y "WT 'H ' i,.....9'.L .' . ,Z 1, l 'f ll'..' l Fred A. Henley Ailanfa, G-a. Xi Psi Phi Charles S. Jacobs Sparlanburg, S. C. Delia Sigma Della Belman C. Maddox LaGrange, Ga. Xi Psi Phi Ben T. Minish Commerce, Ga. Xi Psi Phi William C. Hillbauer Miami, Fla. Psi Omega Dewey W. Jones, Jr. Thomasion, Ga. Psi Omega Parker E. Mahan Hearne, Texas Delia Sigma Della Griffin E. Mizell McRae, Ga. Psi Omega 271 James E. Richardson Allanla, Ga. Psi Omega Bobby M. Russ Wilminglon, N. C. Della Sigma Della Ernesl L. Moore, Jr. Macon, Ga. Phi Marshall McCurry yParks, Jr. Valdosla, Ga. Xi Psi Phi William Craven Rilchie Kannapolis, N. C. Della Sigma Della Russell C. Snow Forl Payne, Ala. Della Sigma Della William B. Moore, Jr. John Houslon Morgan Eugene McKinley Newberne Bob Freeman Olds Meadvnle, Miss. Americus. Ga. Adel. Ga- Aflafllf' Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Xl Psi Phi Charles E. Fallon Roberl S. Payne Donald Dee Reins Roberl Preslon Repass Ashburn' Ga, Pillanla, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Colql-HT'l' Ga Xi psi phi - psi Omega Della Sigma Della Wisler Lawrence Rilchie Milleclgeville, Ga. Xi Psi Phi Gilberl Soud Jacksonville, Fla. Xi Psi Phi 272 , J Jack Daniel Rousso Allanla, Ga. Della Sigma Della Henry C. Sparks, Jr. Washinglon, Ga. Xi Psi Phi William Howard Runge Sanford, Fla. Della Sigma Della Gene Auslin Slahlkuppe Allanla, Ga. Della Sigma Della -fra:-,.,.... Yax'-zaizsgvwaq-qgcpvr'r.'.f23vf2'i'5fA.?3ZSSEw1-1. my-go - ' v- 'fa-M34 "" fl 3:fiI"Y'5 15'-' x -..f,.-N-,. -' P N2 . 1. mill? .. , fgiggfkzlisa V HS- f- . -fa " J33?1'1:'Ix.:- . . .,Q..,,,,N. . ,.. . N, , . ?,.,,,,., . . , vii-.L Z 1" , . ' ""ir.- .lm 13 . ' " 'Q ff -- 1 ' - A ' l .X A X, - pl' QR l s I ' 'V I N: .. :ggi ivy , 3, ' . - 4 i , 'nn 1 J 1 s s- J. . . . . x... v , , 4 2: . 'll 44:1 . E . X l ' ' 'iff P-.51 ,,,,. . .-1 1, F me 5, M 51-r-iv 1 . . , ' 1. . lf 5 , S W 9' l . Kg' 1 3 I 'il . 4 " ' M ., ff lx ggi if 1 ll John E. Slansell Ocala, Fla. Della Sigma Della James E. Waddell Belle Glade, Fla. Della Sigma Della .al Alex B. Slevens, Jr.. Orlando, Fla. Della Sigma Della Glenn G. Walkins, Jr. Allanla, Ga. Della Sigma Della Phillip Charles Wollsthlager Winslon-Salem, N. C. Xi Psi Phi Q -,il YM b as t pl ! lax? A Marilyn E. Slone Wesl Palm Beach, Fla. James A. Walson Millon, Fla. Della Sigma Della Millon Theodore Wood Roberl Hamplon Wrighl V fl2ia?,,zz:l 112225 - '1z.1S7'f, nz' -1 we ' . ks ,,,..-4 41'..v4 " " M' .f 1' . A24 H j pq ,, Uv i - .. 1 If ., n " V 4. ij" A --9 ' ly , . ,J iffll.-L ' Q75 . T-.. V1 Bob Frank Uible Jacksonville, Fla. Xi Psi Phi Al Wesl Newlon, Ga. Della Sigma Della Barlow, Fla. Columbus, Ga. Xi Psi Phi , .4 M.. .. 2.1 f . , , Q, V ' ' K -' WZQQYJQ, 0. , A. 1 i' if ' ' f ,. ' li " 1 2255655 ,R ll, 1 , s .2 fy l' '-f ' . ' ' 1 fall.. . .V a , . mi? li ' ii ' , l . w -f 'le - 527, '-44,4 '-1.3.1. ' - 414 , ' . ,,. .,,, my 5 I M ,, V fm. A ' A , ,M , 1 'f .WW V' . ' ff Roberl Joseph Underkofler Jacksonville, Fla. Psi Omega Kennelh, S. Williams Charlolle, N. C. Xi Psi Phi Homer C. Youngblood Decaluvr, Ga. Della Sigma Della 1, i""g5?.,:L- --,,,,5 .,44, fig, ,, " ,t ,f':. ,f P- ,' f V i -'Q P -- f' . ,- 1 'P -X a ' ,-31.-. ' . .2 ,, 22.21. ir A if.- j-fQEf' .- ' '2 -,isa ' ii iff:-V-,ff.awi:pe:2a2i"' V si .l ,H , ma. ,W ,.... f A.. .-- . , ,. ,M w . .. ,. ,. , . , M... 4 q4.,,,,.afaz 0+14L61f':I'221f'11's2fi52':2 sizizivfes. rail ' f 1' ,I- . ' ,' , a.,5'Z a..:..,.': ' , ,, -553-'+ , A ' WJ? F1513-3'i'i5'Lf2i:Z!5ff3'??f:l?f. 'U .""I7fI 245-5523"-11,5-v 1355:-6""f,f., S ' .. :.' ii' 'Z' -:fQ3'iPf' ,' f, - """'W' I -V -'P A "1 "' " 55- 14295: 'l'1""f3lf-'.' 5:53.E-ljQ.QEEjI'2:i1-Il-',H 'gag J ' '- W 1 ' '- 2:za2i2yfav -fa'-f f I Z. -a22:fall,',1:sg1gi,:-1:1 f- --Q ,a,"2"' .. 'f1'f11 A 494:' -Z5 'IMP YQ97: ' ' 5 "If??P54s.-4" , ?F5If3if'-LIWYZ' ' ' , - . ' mi: " ' l-- 4 :Z1:QP"' -4 . ' ' . a T. igiiz-'P P "xiii .sim fgfiz ' , SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 273 Roberl A. Alkinson Dublin, Ga. William Barker, Jr. Barlow, Fla. Della Sigma Della Donald B, Benlon Morris Benvenisle Bobby C. Brooks John O. Bumgardner John Buller Allanla, Ga. Allanla, Ga. Malhislon, Miss. Columbia, S. C. Dallas, Ga. Della Sigma Della Alpha Omega Della Sigma Della Della Sigma Della Psi Omega p J :gs at . , 'if . P l f f V R 'Ti - A li 'C 'Q x -, ' if" W , x 1 ,. H Y a -'f- W -..Qz.f6fff-f'1f',,f.'. , ' - 'iff-' ,.,A "1s"E'j. . ,,,,,. , swhfa. ,. ., 4 1 1 -ir"' A . ' -V - . ,sf .1 1 .... , f' ,gsga-wg .. J E 1' ' if "" i Arlhur L. Cagle, Jr. C. W. Canroberl Jr. William C. Chapman James B. Conerly Charles L. Cooley Hugh B. Croxlon, Jr. John James Cudd Canlon, Ga. Conover, N. C. Easl Poinl, Ga. Kokomo, Mliss. LaGrange, Ca. Greenville, S. C. Columbia, S. C Della Sigma Della Psi Omega Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Psi Omega . James R. Davis, lll John NE. Denmark Roberl L. Donald, Jr. Richard C. Doub Richard H. Fender Samuel J. Gibbs James L.' Griffin Thomaslon, Ga. Slarke, Fla. Vussburg, Miss. Columbus, Ga. Augusla, Ga. Sullugenl, Ala. Jacksonville, Fla A Della Sigma Della Psi Omega Della Sigma Della Della Sigma Della Xi Psi Phi Kennelh Grubbs Thomas A. Guadagno J. E, Hardwick, lll Whaley R. Hinnanl, Jr. Roberl Roux Howell Roberl Leon Jenkins Peler A. Jensen Griffin, Ga. . Soulh Miami, Fla. Wesl Palm Beach, Fla. Charleslon, S. C. Savannah, Ga. Miami, Fla. Allanla, Ga. Della Slqma Della Della Slqma Della Psi Omega Psi Omega Della Sigma Della Psi Omega Psi Omega William B. King John A. Kirsl Jerry Stanley Lamberl Thomas E. Lide, Jr. John Ralph Lore Edwin E. McDonald Peler M. McGarry James E. Marlin Thomasville, Ga. Orlando, Fla. Allanla, Ga. Naval Base, S. C. Lanoir, N. C. Albany' Ga, Sf, Pelgrgburgl Fla, DeLand' Fla. Della Sigma Della Della Sigma Della P5l Cmeqa Psi Omega Della Sigma Della Psi Omega Psi Omega Della Sigma Della 274 Richard F. Maxwell Samuel Alberl Miller Lawrence R. Morgan Wm. H. Murdock, Sr. Roberl E. Noland Tampa, Fla. - 33, Q.:-. . Lg . . I. i . -': N "gn i '..n'i7 Q .1 ill f' pb i If -F' " y f f . Marion B. Pepper, Jr. Pensacola, Fla. Psi Omega r -SAN ,Q f,!,'3 YN ' 'f Y., , Q- K gfkx qi " is fi, il 15,449 IV . if , Er: ., . . . 'Q ..'i' qi i Q.1'lUw X., J 'f i' 1 x Sf. Cloud, Fla. Psi Omega Jerome l. Summers Miami Beach, Fla. Punla Gorda, Fla. Barnwell, S. C. Tampa, Fla. Greenwood, S. C. Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi PSI Omega Xi Psi Phi f 5' , L' l WA i X 3 e I? we ,f A 'Ili G, ,, Y Y . 9 l , l I' . 1 . , 5 . if-a i 'xg' I , I J , , 1 A -L ' 1 vi . 1"fif ,, is " A-I --fl J- ii i - f Mark A. Price Leroy R. Reams William S. Rosseau George J. Schuefle Frank Shelfon Scofi Dubach, La. Ailanla, Ga. Foley, Ala. San Anlonio, Tex. Xi Psi Phi Della Sigma Della Della Si-gma Della Psi Omega James W. Smilh, Jr. Will-iam L. S'mi+h Gordon W. Sleaclman Harry 8. Slivarius, Jr. Willisio-n, Fla. Monlgomery, Ala. Jacksonville, Fla. Columbus, Ga. Della Sigma Delia Psi Omega Della Sigma Della :il l,,,, , ,4. se. -rr-. - . Leon T. Thompson, Jr. Edwin W. Thorpe, Jr. Alma, Ga. Savannah, Ga. Delfa Sigma Della Psi Omega - ..: v, . , " l' P '7 J , - " F. L P- . f 1 1 T -f- A1 Alpha Omega George B. Tripp, lll Roberi' Earl Turoff Robert Edward Tysl Winier Haven, Fla. Ailanla, Ga. Greenville, S. C. Psi Omega , Chris Charles Scures Greenville, S. C. Psi Omega Kenneth S. Taralus Jacksonville, Fla. Melvin Dv. Poveromo Miami, Fla. Xi Psi Phi , ' . .. -3 i g a. "' , , :Fl f- f' ' 5 W2 TQ " in , A 'J' of l' . ,L 'iii Bobby J, Sirmans Adel, Ga. Psi Omega Beniamin A. Taylor Macon, Ga. . ,eg Verlon J. Taylor Balfimore, Md. Psi Omega Delia Sigma Della Psi Omega f ' 'twgz V ' .. .3-,.!':,g,f-ser: , ff fwwga . gg! yu, 1 - f '--fc 1,2 44 lf f warmimff: s fe- 1.-1'2" -i'Jf.'2..': " .. . .,' . :fm-Gc..f:" . 1. . . 1 - -, ' V G fil.. ' .1 " !"5U'f'8? ru .. .. ,.g. .M fy , , - f 23:5 "5,4-2527 f' , ,L ..g,f.r'g: Iv' R' 1" . 4s:aae9f1w:':.f'f A, rf . 115.5 M . 3? ,, ' ' . " , .,,' 3, 4-1-' , "" "' . f .' . I - fl.-:P5f'.. I v ' , 1 - X 'ag ,af-.N 2,3ji'11.,' I 5. - .1 J 't V f':' Jw 25:11 ' ' 1.4 . , I f-.,. 1- V -1-fig -. -', 1.--s:1,'g- '. "1 - " '. . ' L .' "c, . . .f 4.9:-f?'5.:5. 1. I .4 x W4 " l 5,.:3.,..:+ x ie- Z. , ,,. ,- I 4 .1'-rr J f .1 45,4 . 1 ' f. , - J Charles C. Upshaw College Park, Ga. Psi Omega Ramon D. Walters James B. West Claude K. Whailey John F. Whili William J. Wilkins, Jr. Jarrlei G- YOI-lngblood Augusta, Ga. W. Asheville, N. C. LaGrange, Ga. Yalaha, Fla. Birmingham., Ala. Miami, Fla. Della Sigma Della Xi Psi Phi Psi Omega Delta Sigma Delia Psi Omega Psi Omega ggiiigicfl s 5 William B. Upshur Sumler, S. C. Edward E. Zwig Miami, Fla. Alpha Omega 7' ,f x 4 Z' ,M 7 f 5 .,.. . . , E ' ! 3 , J Ah 275 Curley G. Walker Franklin, N. C. Xi Psi Phi Mike O. Abdoney Logan, W. Va. Psi Omega Richard M Arnold R b rl slack Atwood ROY M- Blackburn. Jr- Theodore Bllmfd- -lf' Eugene C' Bloom Miami, Fla. Alpha Omega B k, G , Hunlsvrlle, Ala. a os 6. 5 ruigisvlgi Phia Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Alpha Omefla r---A' fa- - 'ran'-T-f Frank A. Buckanan George R. Buller, Jr. Vinceni' C. Caranale D. H. Car'lledQe Domenlc M' Cgffellano Tri: 265,35 Pensacola Fla. Coral Gables. Fla' Tampa' Hai Jonesbofo' ga' Tainpa' a' Pa. 5 ' ' I Psi Omega Psi Omega Xi Psi Phi Psi Omega 5' mega James H. CharIesfJr, James Tod Chrislian Jack Daniel Courson Alvin M. Crews, Jr. Norman G. Cumming Malcolm Scolf Davis Aflania, Ga. Wesl Palm Beach,-Fla. Pearson, Ga. Bowdon, Ga. Orlando, Fla. Dunwoody, Ga. Della Sigma Della Psi Omega Della Sigma Della Della Sigma Della Psi Omega Della Sigma Delia 1 Roberl Moffelf Davis William H. Dellinger Richard T. Gaines Richard E. Golden Ronald E. Goldslien Wm. A. Grimsley, Jr. Auslell, Ga. Aflanla, Ga. Hollywood, Fla. LaGrange, Ga. Alllanlla, Ga. Augusia, Ga. Psi Omega Psi Omega Psi Omega Xi Psi Phi Alpha Omega , ..,,3 .,I..,,i Earl W. Gunn V Allanla Ga. . , I -V ,g , ,-2211-pw if . 4? ,,.-,ins , r :,,y:.e1- airs, vw- :'z:- f f - Harry l. Hammond Beniamin W. Hardin T. A. Haywood, Jr. James Alan Hazard Ronald C. Hazen Sl. Mallhews, S. C. Lakeland, Fla. Rockingham, N. C. Miami, Fla. Aflanla, Ga, PSF OVUSQG Xi Psi Phi Psi Omega Zelda M. Headley Howard W. Higgins David Hoffspiegel Roberl M. Huey Ralph L. Jackson Charles H. Johnson Dayiona Beach, Fla. Sparlanburg, S. C. Miami Shores, Fla. Inverness, Fla. Decaiur, Ga. Sylacauga Ala. Ps' Omega Alpha Omega Psl Om5Q6 Psi Omega Delia Sigma Della 0 e . i - v ra r e . Forl Lauderdale, Fra. l ri N i i l l l Samuel E. Johnson, Jr. Roberl B. Kirk Waller K. Kraulh-, Jr. William E. Lisenby Karl A. Lozier Jr. W. E. MacDonnell Belhune, S. C. Sl. Pelersburg, Fla. College Park, Ga. Hawkinsville, Ga. Lanlana, Fla. Miami, Fla. Psi Omega Psi Omega Xi Psi Phi Della Sigma Della , s , 'L A 1,1 5 WTS I l l 'L 7 A ' el f J l ,X '. n f T-fl -3611- I ' ' y ' ' ' ' " I 1- M l ' ' 'J G l ,, 3 ,, .H l , IX ,R ,- . 'R ' A l - l s Q h Q J' 5' ' A W , Y: - ' 1 . w"' . 1 .5 'L f L... - L . R. Yi .ine ll xi A Viclor P. MacKoul Charles P. Marlin James S. Maflhews Michael T. Melneck Robert M. Miller Lamar J. Myers Jacksonville, Fla. Sl. Pelersburg, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Lillle Falls, N. J. Sparks, Ga. Albany, Ga. Psi Omega Psi Omega Psi Omega Della Sigma Della Della Sigma Della Della Sigma Della l N. V. Oldenbullel, Jr. Joe A. Palmer James F. Powell Doyle R. Prall Vincenl Puleo James D. Quarles Waycross, Ga. Vidalia, Ga. Pelham, Ga. Warner Robins, Ga. Tampa, Fla, Abbeville, S. C. Psi Omega Xi Psi Phi Della Sigma Della Psi Omega Psi Omega .' T , , fr: "' l ' "' ,,, A , 1 H hi l .Zu x V I 'lm 4 . I .' . l l Q Q ' A W W .L i . Ld I , , ,I av' , lx F .P .ga 1 lea' A A ' A '5 x, ', ici' Richard R. Reed Frank A. Reynolds Ernesl L. Robinson William J. Rowe Raymond T0m Rufo Gefald F- Sammons Planl Cay, Fla. Perf Pierce, Fla. walminaion, N. c. Madisonw Fla- Avgqsfa- Ga- Tainpag H?- Psi Omega Psi Omega Della Sigma Della Della Sigma Della Della Sigma Della XI PSI Plll O. K. Sheffield, Jr. George B. Shinaberger- Lyman L. Smilh, Jr. Coleman P. Socoloff Joseph Clyde Spolo l-OY 'l-- S'ffaWY'l. JF- Forl Pierce, Fla. Allanla, Ga. Allanla, Ga. Allanla, Ga. Tampa, Fla. Allinfa. Ga' Psi Omega Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Alpha Omega Psi Omega PS' Omega Oscar Hill Tafum Don Edward Tillery Roberf I. Triff Allon LeDowne Walker Roberf H. Willis, Jr. Palrick H. Yancy, Jr. Ralph T. Yoshida. Opelilca, Ala. Miami, Fla. Allanla, Ga. Moullrie, Ga. Miami, Fla. Newnan, Ga. Wahlawa, Hawaii Psi Omega Psi Omega Alpha Omega Psi Omega Psi Omega William R. Anderson For? Myers, Fla. John A. Abromel Merril? Island, Fla. Joel Wyman Baker George A. Barkell Charles E. Barretl' Homer S. Benson, Jr Greenville, S. C. Miami, Fla. LaGrange, Ga. Thomaslon, Ga. Louis N. Brown Thomas H. Callahan John M. Carler Waller Davis Foresf D. Deupree 'William N. Dosler Tampa, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Cordele, Ga. Miami, Fla. Mobile, Ala. Cordele, Ga. Lewis Samuel Earle James J. Fason, Jr. Rodgers L. Feese, Jr. Willia'm Dennis Ford Leon Edgar Frosh Joseph S. Gaflin Oliver E. Goelfee, Jr. - Dunedin, Fla. Waylcross, G-a.' Augusla, Ga. Monroe, Ga. Sl. Pelersburg, Fla. Laurel, Miss. Esl'ill, S. C. Juan B. Gonzales Waller A. Grage Rudolph N. Graham Lares, Puerlo Rico Allanlic Beach, Fla. Daylona Beach, Fla. Huberl H. Hughslon Roberl P. ller, Jr. Lewis R. Irby Coral Gables, Fla. S+. Peiersburg, Fla. Macon, Ga. Zade B. Gross Malcolm L. Henley J. Lawrence Hill Henry J. Hudson Clearwaler, Fla. Lakeland, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Vernon, Fla. W. S+. Clair Johnson Johnny J. Jones, Jr. Charles D. Joyner John M. Kreher Charlesion, S. C. Columbus, Ga. Marion, S. C. Tamipa, Fla. Sfanle Kru m W'll" E. L' Y 9 an I iam under, Jr. Joseph F. L w L D. ' L . Columbia, S. C. Brunswick. Ga. Kev Wes? El: Cal-llly enms Ove Lester l-ee Lum-ell J. M' MC-Kmght' Jr' Sheppard Masal-ek 0 599 Park, Ga. Columbus, Ga. Creslview, Fla. Miami, Fla. Prescott D. May Raymond D. Nable Edward N, Parnell Sam H. Parris Leesville, S. C. Orlando, Fla. Miami, Fla. , 1..- r- l i E- i l l , , i gg, l ' ' a1....,5-F .... -, W C., C I Jay Slanlye Paulen Gordon Dana Perkins Peler Pisaris Miami Beach, Fla. Neplune Beach, Fla. Miami, Fla. John Dozier Rogers Norman T. Sharpe Dennis E. Salley Lucedale, Miss. Wesl' Palm Beach, Fla. Eupora, Miss. Wi' W' ' T sv ii C. 4 X l i R. Sfeinhauser, Jr. Frederick L. Slrammer Wes? Palm Beach, Fla. Sf. Pefersburg, Fla. Charles L. Vaughn Miami, Fla. Hans T. Walker, Ill Tilusville, Fla. 'fa-' 1 1 - ,fi Roberl E. Talberf Edgefielcl, S. C. William S. Wells Tampa, Fla. Blue Ridge, Ga. fn ...C .N l. 1 1 r fx:-X w,4 .. ,X- Richard C. Patrick George P. Pafferson Allanla, Ga. Allanla, Ga. xf-J Nh. James Jackson Reeve L. N. Rhodes, Jr. Calhoun, Ga. Daniel H. Sllcox, Jr. Lillie Rock, M iss. Lesfer Silas Smilh ,ea ., L 1 Charles Norman Riley Jesup, Ga. George B. Sfeelmon .lo H. Slegall Fort Myers, Fla. Dalfon, Ga. Aflanfa, Ga. Rome, Ga. . :I 1 J.n ....,oe.,. 1 V viii , 1 -J --,I f. x K X ,. L: 'E . "J ' 5 . 1 - r V . -I7 , X 'M 1 , :lf . . rr iq, V , 4 fl, ' ' li? s g . i, t . x H Y - , r x .3 - -54 'X xx. X l X Q 1 ' " VCC fi 5 ' H ' - . ' J 1 ,7 if: X . - i .B . E 'V '. i . ,, Dj : ""' J I , ,iff ye x , , .. D fu ' J f, l. .' 'D 7' S. . lay , r s .wg f Joe Price Thomas J. Scoll Tullier Charles H. Turner Hans Undersel, Jr Easl Poinf, Ga. Wesf Monroe, La. Rome, Ga. Forl Lauderdale, Fla Gerald l. Wernick Miami Beach, Fla. Alberl 'P. While, Jr. Cornelia, Ga. Edward While Pamplico, S. C. 5 .. ' 2.,2,a.,, ' S9 . f 1 " ' gg ,.....1..-1,2 ., ,Y I A ' Z V ff , . f: Q faseih- J ' f - if 2 W' ef -.ff-rw, f 1' ' naw Y2W'f2',g,'fif!iJiii' .iii-: 'hfhz :.: ' ..-vgf. 4-'fa' ,, Clyde H. Wilkes Caesar M. Williams, Jr. James W. Williams Charlfon V. Winfer Donald Brefl' Wyche Shigec Yamamolo Columbia, S. C. Mauk, Ga. Challahoochee, Fla. Columbia, S. C. Hallsboro, N. C. Honolulu, T. H. Wilton L. While Cornelia, Ga. f 1... Z I,u:j,.z. l A '7' W 2-1 ' i fil l? 1 V. I . Q . . Mfg .-. .., 5 rf -.1 ..:3' i- LF? Senior Class Sponsor, Mrs. Pafricia Hillbauer. Freshman Class Sponsor, Mrs. Barbara Slegall, accompanied by Joe Sfegall. CLASS sPoNsoRs Junior Class Sponsor, Mrs. Neal Sirmans, escorled by Bob Sirmans. Sophomore Class Sponsor, Miss Jacqueline Prince. ALPHA OMEGA Alpha Delta chapter of Alpha Omega was founded at Emory, then Atlanta Southern Dental College, in 1928. Since that time the chapter has seen two of its alumni founders become national presidents. One of them served as president of the American Dental Interfraternity Council. Alpha Omega climaxed its short two year reactiva- tion by winning the skit competition at the dental school annual Caries Carnival. The chapter also be- gan publishing bi-monthly news letters to keep the alumni posted on undergraduate activities here at school. ln October, Alpha Delta was host to the National President, Dr. Louis Galin, of Detroit. Alpha Omega oFFicers, Dick Arnold, Treasurerg Ed Zwig, President: Mor- ris Benvenlsie, Vice-president No? picfured Coleman Socoloff, Secretary. , Morris Benven :ste accephng .. N. gk 'the 'Trophy 'For Alpha Omega s wlnnlng slut ai' Carries Carn ival. Miss Sharon Silver, sponsor. ai? 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Masarek Summers R. Triff G. Wernick E. Zwiq J- 5- Paulen C- 50C0l0ff DELTA SIGMA DELTA Delta Sigma Delta was founded in 1882 at the University of Michigan, making it the oldest among the dental fraternities. Theta Theta Chapter was ot- ganized in 1951 at the Atlanta-Southern Dental College. The Delta Sigma House at 805 Piedmont Avenue is directed by Nelms Bell with the assistance of jim Watson, Jack Whitt, John Kirst, Julian Gibbs, Paul Clower, Gordon Steadman and Bill Ritchie. Dr. Roy Shaw is the Deputy of the Supreme Chapter. Mrs. Judy Bumgardner, Sponsor. Della- Sigma Della Officers. L 'lo R sifting: Nelms Bell, President Jimmy Walson, Vice- presidenh Jack WhiH', Secrelary. Slandingz Gordon Sleadman, Junior Page: Julian Gibbs, Hisforiang Bill Rilcliie, Tyler. Nol pic'l'ured: John Kirsl, Treasurer: Paul Clower, Senior Page. '- 'mm'-3".f -2 " ' ' 'B ' "" ' ffrrfwr-irq? f--rf-1-an-:Q f '- - - - - -- 1,-,,,s,.-42-ww, l . , , , -so ,ssgsqacw sa uf. 1 ..., 1 -' T . 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V - ' -11: ki? - " L my-S Ji 5:2-fy' 1, .,,, ,.,. , ,.., ,,,..,,1.,1-.,,,,:f,, .-- f 4:-V 11. Z1 f -. , , M. L25 y-V - .. .V wmfggjs f 1 . ,,r,:554.:wz,,f Q .- J 1: -' .,,, -Q 1-vim, .V,5,?f5.,g,35.e.. -Ve., .... . 1': is ll- 4 . ,.V- 2 J. Waddell -H. ' 9- bifflfi.-' fY'1kf. 'I 705125. -V9 'H'- Eczy- A '- .gggxw 1-rg--3.--Zi-.A 5 - . 4 ff-'f:fys2g X f f f r ' , .X ff f 'Q 3 1 1 'I so Ai J 5 f I f 4 ' 5 g 1 f , f f l Q vs J- V V wwf f' - - K . ,.,, , , .me Q 2 91-216 QS:-5:-wif.1:-:1:.gn.zs.:' i ,i" V- , ,...,. . ..,, , ,,,. fesfg., -. -. .V 1- L-. - --.V.-.mfz-19 I W 5 Z Y V ?f ff. L W 0 xl 1 va- Ax D. Wyche S. Yamamofo H. Youngblood ELTA J. Whill' SIGMA D EL C. Winler TA PSI OMEGA Psi Omega was founded in Balti- more in 1892. Gamma Tau Chapter came to Emory, then the Atlanta- Southern Dental College in 1904. The formal dance and banquet was held in February at the Bilt- more Hotel. 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Davis W. Davis H. Dellinger J. Denmark R. Donald F. Duda L. Earle J, Epps J. pawn L. Feese W, Ford A .i V S I If .J I -..... , eh- iff L. Frush R. Gaines W. Grimsley B. Hardin J. Hardwick J. Hazard M. Henley H, Higgins W. Hillbauel' I Ir PSI OMEG " ' 2 " .. ' ' ' fe? r 5 '-P C- , ,.- , . ' I . ' i1 1 .g,,.Z,1'f2f , . ' . 75 wal! 1 . ' has - fd ' . 11' 3 '19 , 1 1 9' Qi 1f11ff1": ' ' ' "'s-- ' 'ff ' T '12 I' . 1 ' ' 4-. - 4 1 W 54 ff' -. . 1 11-g - .4 A 1 ' 1. ' I - - 2, 11 211 . - 1 -f 2 1,6111 .111 . . ., 111. 1 ' f . ' 59.51 ' 1: ' " I " ff ' ff fffif SSP ' f' 2' 1 J I 1 -X-- .. . s. ' - ' 3' 2 I 1 I I 1 4Q1'.wg 1 '-.II 1 If, +4-f 1 .f 4,,1- 1 - 1 sq., , ..1,. 1. .- 1 W , ' 1 ' -' ' 'jx-0 1 ' M9 A 111 ' QL ' fit' -. X .' Iggy' - ' -' I 1 ,-- 1 - 21' ' W" 11 I ' 2' - If ' ' - 4 5 A -44 I :E ' " ' " ' 1' "iw ' ig: N 4 I 1 A I l, ' ' I 1.35. 0 - -Q. 1 1 1 A --.- ' N 1. 1 ' ' . ,II-lr , .1 f11.gf gi 1- 1. 1 -, I 5 1 1 -1 3 1 1 f . 1. . I R .-.1114 1 ' 1' 1 A ' , 1 f W. Hinnanf C. Holmes R. Huey H. Hughslon R. Iler L. Irby R. Jackson R. Jenkins P. Jensen " Yi ' il? ' ' A 'A' w!Vl'fYfEFFQ5f?Yf'f .1 ..., . 1. - 1i.1-W - ' 1 '11 I ' ' Y" ,- f 1.5 11' ' ' '1 ' f 1, 1. , :lynx 11 ,V 1 , , - g?.x1:A1.v 31 1 L , 'S L , l x, , , I ,N 2-G ' 411-,, Q ., A .ff Ii 2 01 F ' 1 1 1 5 I ' ' " 41 I ' , " 4 S L! s If if -' I f 1 I ' -' 1 1 U5 -gf 1 ' ' ' 51 T sg ' ' ' 1 1 ' , l 1 'T '37 I fi ' L .Q -1 f f . :ff-11 i1. - A ' 1 f ' ., 1 1 ' 'sw . L 1 4 Q ' ,, ., I -' " . '1 . . " - , 1 1 ' 12, I : 1' 1 ,J 1 1 1- . . - S :JJ ff. I 1 if 1 11 ' . if Q-K, 1 I1 1 S. Johnson D. Jones C. Joyner A. King R. Kirk J. Lamberf T. Lide L. Love E. McDonald 1 --we - 1"'-" ' "W ' A f' K' ' '1 7' ' - --' 1-Y '1---rv -1'--Y--1' wwf'-1:1111 . 1' 3:-1 .. -. , r7I I I 1 7 6 ,. 1 1 3:1514 Q Q- Q X 1 1 ' 1. ' " ' V , s - ' .1 1 I Q.. . s 1 1 H, - 4 -.ff ' F ' I - " ' 1 r - 1. " I ' ' ' is 'N ' 'IN' --. 11, ' K 4 " ' F' fl I y .J sw w Y .I 1' I ff , . A J , , . 1 , 1 4 , , 1 P. McGarry V. MacKoul C. 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A asf-4.4-fees sf'1::-1se:sx-.Q ---A N 1 .Xp N .- .1 1' 'A3-.1-Efzfgsswjxs Q' '11 . fzifil-iff I A fl 1,1 -- X 1 , . K . gg... N- 1 '37 "WF 11:1 . 11 X' -. gs ,AFI .P.1'.y'9. " f' Q .. 2.1, -11,1 . 1 1 f .1 fi.. X Wg .51 I AM? ' wr-.... 1J-- esp xg.-Q N' J. Youngblood Xl PSI PHI Xi Psi Phi Fraternity was founded February 8, 1889 at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. The Emory Chapter was instituted in Atlanta on February 15, 1912 as the Alpha Zeta Chapter at the Southern Dental College. In 1917, the Southern Dental College merged with the Atlanta Dental College becoming the Atlanta-Southern Dental College. The Alpha Zeta Chapter' united at this time with the Alpha Eta Chap- ter of the Atlanta Dental College and took the name of the later chapter. Dr. Ernest Mingledovff is our faculty advisor. Mrs. Pat Tullier is our sponsor and in this capacity she Was elected Caries Carnival Queen for 1955. The Emory Chapter this year played host to the Second Annual Province IV Conclave. We also en- tertained Dr. George L Delagnas, Supreme President of Xi Psi Phi. Mrs. Pal Tullier, Sponsor. Xi Psi Phi officers: Sifiing l +o r: Bob Meissen, President: Ken Williams, Vice- presidenr. Standing: Sam Miller, Secre- 'laryg Fred Henley: Curley Walker, Treas- urer. 41512253 .H - .... . . .H ?.f11f'-if zf22?1'z,i?.'f5' NY' f ' - 2515-'A ' - -' , . A 1 ,V.., .,.. N ,.., .,, , ...ff g5.i3Q,..:., wc , y Q . . ""' A f. I' ' lg, f-V I-Q Q V' V' f 1, . Tie. sw- A id- F .. it V. m P f .JZ H X' em ' . P. A-s if - wwtg -- V f V - - . , 1. ' gg. fp it 1' My , iz.. , nr- sl A -. W -J: Y ' if - -Q .f"r', f Q-: - -if 1 ef t w it' --+51 ri., .4 V. .M V , . .,,, . . .,., ,,. y ,,., , . . , .. ., -., -ay V f f:,,.,V' V 1 . 1 V 3 sf-f WC! F75 5 27455 1:22 if A 'WV 1' ..-"5,S'P':':. "YiN':97"'5"'.V S "Xl X ' 1 VV Y ' X' ' S E Anderson R Aiwood Jr C B ' - . - . arreff L. Besf R Bla . ' Ckbufn- -'f- T. BIf11ard.Jf. L. 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Seniors pay close allenlion cluring lecluro. H H Tho Hill Clinic for Children is lcepl' busy. 288 l ,.p"hu-.vii 'J advertisers fail X AT A oE'3 1 289 L, we PIN TEETH? we O WN TEE-Yt4weOknG55 stru CTU ro n n :c:r n nn : X,,,,, S. S. SWILLING DENTAL TECHNICIANS 209-210 Medical Arts Bldg. and 419 Peachtree St., N. E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA 290 o o o o o o o o 'Q'.'g'g'4'q'g'q'Q'o'o'o'o o'o'o'o'o'o o o o o o ooo o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o. egeicfing our Q-flndornlfory With Dentists who know values, the primary consideration when it comes to Laboratory service is technical knowledge and skill. Repu- tation-Hrecord of performance" is of utmost importance. Reputations are built slowly, over a long period of years by hne quality and superior service. When it comes to selecting your Laboratory, the deciding factors are quality, service, prestige-and other considerations less tangible than price, but much more important. We have been in this business forty-four yearsg this accumulated store of knowledge and experience is at your command. 9 0 9 ARMSTRONG-SMITH CO. Master Dental Technicians Phone 3-7671 P. O. Box 912 BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 291 START RIGHT S. S. WHITE When you set up in practice your aim is to build a steady reputation for professional competence. That's why it pays to install S. S. White equipment. Scientifically engineered and attractively styled in the modern conception, it not only supplements your skillg it conveys an instant impression ot competence to your patients. And in this important matter of favorable patient impressions we can also be ot real help to you through our tree oH'ice planning service. Any S. S. White dealer will gladly show you this equipment and explain our convenient financing plan . . . or, if you prefer, write direct for detailed information. THE S. S. WHITE DENTAL MANUFACTURING CO. PHILADELPHIA 5, PA. 292 Atlanta Dental Supply Company CANDLER BUILDING 'ir Dental Supplies and Equipment 'A' Box 1686 ATLANTA 1, GEORGIA 293 QQWZAJ My fK THE WORlD'S FINEST . . . THE ALI.-NEW Instru- ating!! Inspired by the dental profession, the all-new Ritter Instru-Matic Unit is the result of many years of Ritter research and engineering. Picture this unit, the ultimate in contemporary design, in your new oiiice. Your hours in the operating room will be most enjoyable, working with a unit unsurpassed in ease of operation. Be sure of the right start in your new office and include with the sensational new Ritter Instru-Matic Unit, a Ritter Motor Chair, a Ritter Dual-X, a Ritter Stool and a Ritter Sterilizer. With Ritter you own the finest dental equipment backed by over half a century of leadership. Take advantage of the many Ritter services that are planned to help you build your practice, such as the Ritter Office Planning Department and the Ritter Statistical Service. Ask your Ritter Dealer, too, for copies of the Practice-Building Studies and the Professional Office Planning Book. For information on the deferred investment plan write the Ritter Credit Corp. We're ready to assist you in every way. wiih RITTER P 5 xx, 3 X .a..N.aw 'i sfx if ii' 'if - -y ' ' zugmx'-A. X E r rf1rfum.gm,,. es lx' . E ' f fm ' if at J ,E si K K A rlumilukmv, L . XX ."--L-.YM U- vs: Ritter COMPANY INCORPORATED num uv lo A sunnnn nov Down vo A vnrcl 0 kitten PARK, Rocnzsrsn 3, N.Y. 294 .K www., ll l 4 l 1 l I . l I if O TO YOU WHO ARE ABOUT TO ENTER THE WONDERLAND OF DENTAL PR,-XCTlCE. the Ray-Lyon Company offers a complete laboratory service. As the Southis "finest mechanical laboratory for dentists." we are fully equipped with men and materials to construct your restorations by the most modern methods and time- tested technics. Especially are we happy to serve young dentists . . . to acquaint you with the newest developments and rehnements, to offer technical aid and suggestions, to furnish designs for dentures of all types, and in general to serve you in every way that we possibly can. Vife believe in results . . . are always ready to employ your preferred technic, to ,follow specific instructions, or recommend that we believe to he best for particular requirements. May we co-operate in building your next restoration? L Q,-W e"3'ftss.i IN ANY CASE . . . CALL RA Y-LYON! . A 1IlllEGbNllllIl!l RAY-l.YoN co., INC. ns PEACHTRE, N. E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA TELEPHONE WA. 6279-80 295 pegictpafuzefr BIOFORIVIQ TEETH 1-H um FIRED PoRcE:l.A1N TEETH and TRUBYTE9 DENTURE VENEERS ...Reproduce the Natural Color of the Living Tissue and the Anatomy of Natural Gum Contours Never before has it been possible to produce so lifelike, so beautiful, so natural looking dentures-and by such simple and easy to use methods! Now, for the first time, you can offer all your denture patients a com- pletely new concept of denture service-the modern esthetic denture with faithful reproduction of anatomy and amazingly lifelike simulation of natural tissue color, plus the inherent advantages of the beautiful forms, natural shades and greater strength of Trubyte Bioform Teeth. Ask your Trubyte Dealer or Dental Laboratory to show you the new Trubyte Bioform Veneer Denture and make your own comparison test! THE DENTISTS' SUPPLY COMPANY OF N.Y. York, Pennsylvania 296 elilce and Beautiful Qualities of Healthy Natural Teeth I S. D. BELL DEIITHL IHHIIUFHETURIHG EU -ALWAYS LEADING- V ITALLIUM o E Qt EQUI-POISE DESIGNED MICRO-DENTURES 0 PORCELAIN and ACRYLIC JACKETS MICRO-DENTURE P R 0 C E D U R E PONTIC BRIDGEWORK ' 1 1 A 4 . LUZENE "44" 1 No More Complete Laboratory Service Obtainable Anywhere. Com pare! 313 PEACHTREE, N. E. P. O. BOX 4115 ATLANTA 2, GEORGIA MAiu 0483-0484 Walter' F. Harrison Lester W. NCWYOH -r Clgqp 2 1 President 1" S ec. and Treas. 297 H I l i, 2 ivltli. ffl 'li 1 I 1 Uris ln nw !! l 'lt ii , till ,. ' l A Tip for Better Prophylaxis The tip developed as the ideal for stimulation of interproximal spaces Two years of research and extensive investigation went into the development of Py-co-tip. The high quality rubber is finely bal- anced for flexibility and stiffness to stimulate blood flow in the gingival areas. Py-co-tip is preferred by more dentists than any other brush-affixed stimulator. THESE FEATURES MAKE PY-CO-PAY WIDELY ACCEPTED P Straight, rigid design F Small, compact head F Bristles uniformly trimmed F Proper tuft spacing if ' 1 Scientifically designed tip l gil it For effective cleansing, massage and stimulation, prescribe ,lr I . . .l.,,Vt.,.,., .tl..l,,l ,a.. ., l i W xii 2-I Q A il l '-, tl it 63 llllli l l i f : C i'lt 'tf'i 1, gi ENE .ii l WI Ifllmiy 'E :S V Ellll l 'L 1 '1 I . ,..: M .y .mu l -""'." 'eh7si--if-" i EMF' i . .71.,.m.pa, roomanusu with PY-co-TIP Recommended by more dentists than any other toothbrush Pycope, Inc., Jersey City 2, N. J. 6 l nilll mm Qs null llllll inn 298 TTIQRTIFI BROTHERS HRTIH y PHONE w,..N.,f..5,4 Rfsronlmous 120 POPLAR STREET, N. W.-ATLANTA P. o. Box 1068 l ALITY Dear Doctor: You are about to take your first step in the profession you have selected to pursue. Before so doing, it will be to your advantage to surround yourself with the finest assistance that is available. One of the most important of these aids to you will be the labora- tory you select to help you in serving your patients. In so doing We cordially invite you to visit us and see for yourself, that after 341 years of continuous service to the dental professiong we feel that you can be assured of the finest in dental restorations for your pa- tients. In closing we wish to extend our congratulations to you in having selected dentistry as your profession. Service to mankind will reward you with many years of happiness. Looking forward to your visit with us, Very truly yours, M. M. MARTIN zm! MMM "74e Serwiae 744: Snape" 299 What Do You Want, Doctor . in the service organization that supplies your professional needs? REPUTATION -- ? This is our 50th year in Florida, serving Florida dentists. DEPENDABILITY -- ? Offering only QUALITY merchandise. The customer must he satisfied. SERVICE -- ? Five stores, located in Florida's 5 leading cities. FRIENDLINESS -- ? An entire organization dedicated to making your practice of Dentistry easier and more pleasant. You have ALL of these available, in FLORIDA at ' L. M. ANDERSON DENTAL SUPPLY CO TAMPA MIAMI ORLANDO JACKSONVILLE ST. PETERSBURG 300 JELENKO GOLDS and PRECISION . CASTING EQUIPMENT TYPE B-MEDIUM HARD' l for M.O'.D. 8: Simple lnlays ...L ..... W. TYPE Q.I-IARDIII for Crown 81 lnlay Abu?- ments RIG. I-Ll. FAT- Off, 7 JELENKO NO- Pairician of Casring Golds, for Perfials, Bridgeworlc, Clasps, Bars, Saddles. nuz.u.1.vu.orr. 'Cerfified A,D,A, These superb Jelenlw Golds meef every casling need. In equipping your laboratory, siarf righi'-wi+l'I Jelenlco Precision Casling Equipmenf. Jelenlro Eleciric Inlay Furnace for wax eliminalion and "Thermoirol Junior" , provide Ihe essenfials for Precision Casting. Add o'rl'Ier Jelenlro Equipmeni' as needed. gh-,U Technical Liferaiure and Catalogue on request. - J. F. Jelenko at co., Inc. U I Manufeclurers of Denial Golds and Specialfies JELENKO ELECTRIC HTHERMOTROL JUNIOR" I36 Wes+ 52nd S+ree+ New York I9 INLAY FURNACE Compliments of NIXIIN-HOLCOMBE DENTAL COMPANY Complete Line Dental Supplies 4' 303 Courtland, N. E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA CY. 0421 WA. 2676 301 CHAYES DENTAL INSTRUMENTS COMPANY Precision Handpieces, Contra-Angles - Mounted Points 'A' 460 W. 34th Street NEW YORK 1, NEW YORK A Few Words About COLUMBIA DENTOFORMS . . . From a humble start 35 years ago, Columbia Dentoiorms have played an increas- ingly important role in dental education. Today, every dental student in the United States and Canada Hcutsi' his first teeth on Columbia Dentoforms, for We supply Dentoforms to every dental college in the United States and Canada, as well as in many other lands. ln these 35 years, there have been many improvements and additions to Dento- forms to meet the ever more exacting demands of teachers. Today, Dentoforms num- ber more than a thousand and present conditions that the student will encounter in practice. And in graduate years, Dentoiorms continue to help clinicians in post- graduate education and to help the busy practitioner in his endless task of patient- education by showing the better dentistry he seeks to give. Use Columbia Dentoforms as Aids in Your Practice Write for a copy of our Catalog No. 33 COLUMBIA DENTOFORM CORP. "The House of a Thousand M odelsn 131 East 23rd Street New Ygfk 10, N, Y, 302 THOMPSON DENTAL COMPANY "E1fc'ryzfbi11g Dental" Our four conveniently located offices enable us to offer a maximum of service to those of you who plan to locate in North and South Carolina. Our close proximity and our ability to provide you with prompt and efficient SERVICE is worthy of your consideration when placing your order for equipment and supplies. DEALERS FOR: Ritter, S. S. White, Weber, General Electric, American Cabinet, Wilmot Castle, Pelton 8: Crane, and other man- ufacturers of quality equipment. COLUMBIA, S. C. - GREENsBoRo, N. C. - RALEIGH, N. C. - CHARLOTTE N C Hanau Instrunlents and Apparatus for better results-for better dentistry G Ask your dealer for your copy of our catalog, or write to HANAU ENGINEERING Co., INC. 1233 Main Street, Buffalo 9, New York 303 BROWN 8: WILHOIT DENTAL TECHNICIANS 2942 Peachtree St. Phone AL 3961 Write! P.O. BOX 1168 Powers 8: Anderson Dental Company Inc. Distributors for RITTER, S. S. WHITE, WEBER GENERAL ELECTRIC AMERICAN CABINET Aud other Manufacturers CHARLOTTE, N. C. RALEIGH, N. C. WE SUPPLY THE BEST IN Equipment -:- Supplies -:- Teeth -:- Precious Metals Restorative Appliances The BEST source of supply for all your requirements Davidson Dental Supply Co., Inc. New Orleans - LA. - Shreveport Baton Rouge, La. Little Rock, Ark. Jackson, Miss. 304 DOOLEY'S DIARY SEPTEMBER 14-Granma Murrah and staff cackled wel- come to the incoming crew of nonenities. Many, thinking they were tricked into a tour of Grant Park's Wild Bird Farm, are still wandering aimlessly in search of Emory. SEPTEMBER 15-The zoo parade marches on. Froggy croaks a tired welcome from a stagnant pond of Carrie Nation's punch. Mrs. Dooley's mystical eagle dance with wings of real vulture feathers highlighted the affair. SEPTEMBER 16-"Ya'll Come" was the quaint invitation to an orgy thrown for the unfortunate new inmates by a sparkling group of Emory's leading socialites. Chairman Cliff McKay had arranged mad native dances. The evening was climaxed by a door prize presentation. Brother McKay, just bursting with love and goodness, presented a brand new Methodist hymnal to sweet Norma Thacker, who re- ceived her prize with wide-eyed glee. SEPTEMBER I7-Still exhausted from McKay's camp meeting affair, freshmen are -invited to a brilliant soiree thrown by the Campus Club. Jack Braddy, with a striking new poodle cut, is suspended from the ceiling of the AMB lobby in a gilded cage singing La Vie En Rose as he tosses lavender scented sachets to the enthralled group. SEPTEMBER I8-Mush week is off to its usual soggy start. Meanwhile, co-ed festivities continue at an exhilirat- ing tempo. Big Sisters tell little sisters the tricks of the trade. Provocative Marilyn Thompson refuses to tell how she got job as part-time exotic in Atlanta's own Club Peachtree. . - SEPTEMBER 20-Mush week slobbers on. Paul O'Shields, stunning in a Dior cashmere with a terse effect and a Jacques Fath jewelled cigarette holder, is the hit of the day. SEPTEMBER 21-Classes start-Freshmen have signed honor pledge and joined the "I promise to drink 100 cokes per month club." 5 l 3 5 Q S Q 5 i S E 5 S 2 S 3 s Please Mr. Candler- why can'i we play infercollegiafe foo+ball7 SEPTEMBER 22-Dooley wishes to hell someone would make rush week interesting by breaking the rules. The younger generation is going to pot. SEPTEMBER 23-Mrs. Bayne C. Smith, famous for her outstanding Friday morning selections on the Glenn Me- morial juke box, heads rival group to Emory Glee Club. Dooley expresses confusion-can't distinguish one group from the other. SEPTEMBER 24-Fraternities continue their "This is just Usi' act as they put up sets for bizarre extravaganzas. Chi Ph1's save money on costumes by throwing African jungle party. SEPTEMBER 25-Giggling Westminster call girls, stolen from their gold-leaf basinettes, entertain bored rushees. SEPTEMBER 26-Lucky freshmen troop around row to find their own type of exclusiveness. The Holy Ones round in the most. SEPTEMBER 27-Twenty-three fraternity men are in Emory inlirmary with pulled facial muscles and crushed Hnger bones after a week of being in the cast of the "greatest show on earth." SEPTEMBER 28-New biology students are fascinated with the giant amoeba that lectures to them every morn- ing. Dr. Burbank refuses to get under the microscope. SEPTEMBER 29-Libba Worley looks up in horror from her worn copy of Emily Post when she hears that Tom Crowder really ir an illegitimate son of the House of Windsor Dooley thinks he's just plain illegitimate. SEPTEMBER 50-Emory's females sharpen their claws in feline satisfaction as they continue to battle it out in their social :lub rat race, OCTOBER l-Emory continues its little pretense of being Ivy League as faculty dons academic robes for Fall Convo- cation. George Cuttino steals the show with strong con- tinental outfit and Oxford sneer. The two students present were completely enthralled. OCTOBER 2-After cocaine date with Emory nurse Dooley immediately calls Emory infirmary for complete clinical checkup. Lovable Nurse McCorkle throws down her Nor- man Vincent Peale book and prescribes Oxadol. OCTOBER 4-Medical Centennial attracts nearly one thousand chiropractors, soothsayers, Cadillacs, and other assorted human organisms. The subject under discussion is "Life as a Series of Chemical Formulas" or "How to Seek Out Faithful, Wealthy Hypochondriacsf' OCTOBER 5-Topic for today's Medical Centennial lec- ture is "Sex Life of the General Practitioner" or "How to Make the Piedmont Driving Clubf' OCTOBER 6-Sam Laird sends Mama Harry a ten years subscription to "Motive" OCTOBER 7-In appreciation Mama Harry mails Sam Laird an initialed communion cup. OCTOBER 8-Exciting Dan McMillan compels class to write F-MA one thousand times after learning that they are completely bored with his morning exhibition of play toys. OCTOBER 9-"Y'all Come" is also the theme of Grandma Murrah's splendid Leadership Clinic. One Alabama Hall maid is promoted immediately to the chairmanship of a committee to investigate the Wheel as a result of Murrah's fiery eloquence on the subject of public service. OCTOBER ll-Winsome Homer Edwards is voted Miss Rheingold of 1954 at faculty meeting in Moe's and Joes. OCTOBER 12-The musical Miss Rheingold organizes a monastic little society for the performance of music no one has ever heard, sung, or wishes to sing. OCTOBER 15-The quadrangle's aging debutante, Sam McKenzie, swaps moonlight and champagne for garlic and scorching sunlight in an attempt to recapture days of con- tinental gaiety with Eri1ory's own Little Italy, Bob Bev- eridge. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Either of our three stores are anxious to serve you. 4' Let us assist you in selecting a suitable location and with your office plans. Crutcher Dental Supply Company, Inc. Shepherd Bldg., Frank Nelson Bldg., Montgomery, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Van Antwerp Bldg., Mobile, Ala. Eberhart-Conway Company A. F. GREENWAY .... Qualified Technician Full Dentures-Partial Dentures AL SHOCKLBY ...... Qualified Technician Precision Cast Gold Removables Precision Ebcolloy Alloy-The Best-Chrom-Cobalt Cast Removables Precision Cast Inlays Precision Cast Crowns and Bridges Porcelain-Acrylic Jacket Crowns V Porcelain Bridges-Acrylic Bridges JAMES E. SPEER ..... Qualified Technician Fine Assembled Crowns and Bridges 22 K-30 Gauge Gold Plate 22 K Solder-All Crowns-Pontics 18 K. Solder First class or air mail service Parcel Post unless otherwise ordered Eberhart-Conway Company P. O. Box 4065 ATLANTA 2, GEORGIA Price lift upon requenf 305 Campus business manager finds +ime fo leave office. Baked Porcelain Remember , "You Have a Right to Expect More A . Qualzty and Serwce from the Oral-Arts Dental Laboratory" R D J. MINOR srunels oral-Arts Dental PORCELAIN LABQRATORY Laboratory 33M Auburn Avenue, N' E- 1115 Chandler Bldg. Box 1404 ATLANTA, GEORGIA Tel. ALpine 0755-6 P. o. BOX 1095 ATLANTA GEORGIA 306 OCTOBER 111-Dooley examines Sleepy Gals-would like to nominate Grace Kelly. OCTOBER 15-Dooley drops by business school long enough to hear Honest john Fulmer teaching his Market- ing Problems class the art of selecting toothpaste-tomor- row's class discussion will be on the correct way to hold a toothbrush. OCTOBER 16-After two weeks, application comes through to see girl at Scott detention home for ten min- utes. Can't work too well through iron grillwork. OCTOBER I8-Floyd Watkins receives a year's supply of Brown's Mule Snuff and a one way ticket to Ball Ground, Georgia from his freshman class. OCTOBER I9-Psychology department in huge confer- ence over whether or not to give jo Beth Ritchie a third trial in the maze. OCTOBER 20-Dooley is rudely awakened from afternoon nap by troops of birdmen as they stumble around campus in militaristic splendor. The ferocious crew is led by an imported Oriental band and Ray Marchman, Emory's Cap- tain Midnight. OCTOBER 2l-Fratetnity men find it impossible to di- gest suppers after seeing some weird co-ed group's mis- conceived presentation of sex in Sleepy Gal campaign. OCTOBER 22-Another Mickey jelke, along with other Southern Gentlemen, elects Emory's Sleepiest Gal. OCTOBER 25-After Pablum date with Westminster girl Dooley visits the Rhythm Ranch. OCTOBER 25-Ginden and other do-gooders decide to make things real cozy around the row by staging a farce called Greek Week. OCTOBER 26-Hodge Podge weeps softly into a genuine Italian lace handkerchief upon learning that his bamboo pointer has been broken. OCTOBER 27-Fraternity men develop chronic cases of yellow jaundice, TB, and syphillis as they line up for Blood Drive. OCTOBER 28-Glowing Francis Benjamin donates twenty pints of blood which burst into blue flame as nurse lights a cigarette. OCTOBER 29-All politicians stop shaking hands and passing out lollipops long enough to see who came out ahead in the primary. No one else is interested. OCTOBER 30-Those without the money for a pitcher of beer attend' the IFC finale to Greek Week. The gym was transformed into a wonderland with three faded strips of crepe paper. ' EOCVEMBER 1-Hocking arrested for driving with no an s. NOVEMBER 2-Members of the philosophy department get together at a Black Mass on the quadrangle at mid- night, Pins were stuck into a wax doll dressed as Johnny the Cop. NOVEMBER 3-Phillip Baker is the greatest set-back to European tourist trade since the depression. NOVEMBER 4-TEPs wake up in total darkness as fuses seem to have disappeared-run to Dean Rece to tell on those naughty culprits. NOVEMBER 5-Mickey DeI.oache, only senior voting in election, tosses coin to decide between Bloody Mary and Dimpled Dave Young for senior president. NOVEMBER 6-Dooley sees no possible reason for the existence of women's suffrage. NOVEMBER 8-The campus vice squad tries intellectual approach to REW with sophisticated proclamations boldly emblazoned with "Wanted!-Who me?" NOVEMBER 9-Thousands of feelthy agnostics jam Au- relia's Coffee House. J. CHANDLER BALDWIN DENTAL CERAMIST Established 1921 Specializing in PORCELAIN AND ACRYLIC In All Its Phases There if N 0 S nbfiiliizfe for Experience 508 Medical Arts Building ALpine 0815 ATLANTA, GEORGIA Dunlap and Company INSURANCE SINCE 1895 Walter T. Candler .................................................. '07 Madison S. Massey ................. ......... ' 24 Charles Howard Candler, jr. ....... ......... , 26 E. Thomas Johnson, jr. ....................... ......... ' 48 Cnndler Building ATLANTA GEORGIA BOOKS AND JOURNALS of all publishers on MEDICINE, SURGERY, NURSING AND DENTISTRY J. A. Majors Company 108 Edgewood Ave., N. E. ATLANTA 5, GA. LAmar 8268 Catalogs Cheerfiilly S ent Upon Reqnerzf RUSTY'S DRIVE IN 2225 PEACHTREE ROAD CONSOLIDATED QUARRIES c0nP0RATI0N 4 CRUSHED STONE WASI-IED SAND DECATUR, GEORGIA DEarborn 16 61 Spvnrvr' lflth. Eiaiinrtiuv 11Hvn'5 wwf Peachtree at Third EL, 3113 ATLANTA, GEORGIA -L Ee Eyiest rewafdjr zz man? toif is not Mat Eecgersfn' it, Hufwhat Ee Eeeomes fy if" JoEn Ruskin wfiiz-, - XT-3vf'x - X mg.. -I. f':::'-"'- " 5E::::: iii if E' L 'fJf . X, ..f W ..-------r- -C ,-,kd .-..'l.'---U11 "11fi31+f1,Q1 ...- "mr" ' -4..-- -Ei -lllllllllllllllll llll Illlllllllll-IlllIlllllllIllll-lllllllllllIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII- A Mark of Qualify Foods STORES COLONIAL STORES 2445 North Highland Ave. xl' 'k if C omplimentr 0 f "The South? Finer!" PARAMOUNT ROXY WILBY-KINCEY Tb ermrer 'Ir ik 'A' THE VARSITY FRESH Eoons -CURB SERVICE- ATLANTA ATHENS NOVEMBER 10-After todayis REW lecture group of students erect huge jade Buddah on lawn of Glenn Me. morial. NOVEMBER ll-Sam Laird gives Martha Colquitt fifty lashes for looking out of the window during the day'S REW lecture. NOVEMBER 12-Voting for ugly man starts. Marvin CYukD Perlis finally wins the coveted award after two previous unsuccessful attempts. NOVEMBER 13-The Thomas English award for out- standing achievement in the realm of the melodramatic arts was presented in ceremonies held at the Zebra Lounge. Gurgling Virginia Eubanks toddled up to steal the award as the most tremendous child star since Baby Snooks. NOVEMBER 15-Bruce Butler, an apparition in white burlap, emerges from the stacks after receiving an adequate shipment of Max Factor eyeshadow for the great baroque lids. NOVEMBER 16-Al Haskill, feeling completely outdone by Bruce, marches indignantly to Horton's for a darker shade of pancake. NOVEMBER 17-Smiling Gordon Steadman decides Col- lege should be a branch of Dental School. "Now the way I used to teach my students in high school in the thirties .... " NOVEMBER 18-ODK plans tapping ceremony for to- morrow's chapel-W.H.O. honor organizationC?j decides that's the next original thing they'll do. NOVEMBER 19-A glittering group of dignitaries gath- ered at Haynie's Supper Club for the annual Military Ballf At eleven o'clock Major Anderson goosestepped into the hall followed by Ray Marchman borne high on an inlaid mother of pearl sedan chair. NOVEMBER 20-After a dexodrene date with an Emory co-ed Dooley decides to enter Conyers monastery. NOVEMBER 22-Dooley returns to campus after being blackballed at Conyers. NOVEMBER 25-Clara Lee Moodie, following the gen- eral trend of inquiry around the quadrangle, investigates the love life of Shakespeare. Decides he was not the Eairie Queen after all in a one hundred and fifty billion word term paper. NOVEMBER 24-Poultry dealer, journeying to market with truck load of fest day fowls, gets out ax when he spies the piece de resistance of the holiday season on the quadrangle. NOVEMBER 25-Ken Murrah is still running. NOVEMBER 29-Dooley has Thanksgiving leftovers with the Ed Martins. Arrives to find young child finishing her twelve hour shift on cigarette rolling machine. NOVEMBER 30-Dooley turns in term paper topic to Clara Lee Moodie, "An Investigation of Child Labor Laws in Georgia." DECEMBER 1-Dashing ever-so-suave Bill Loudermilk, carrying latest copy of Newman Club propaganda sheet, seen tripping across the quadrangle to report infraction of rush rules by Newmans to E.C.A. DECEMBER 2-A national psychology convention is stimulated and responds in scientific ecstasy as the Emory delegation arrives in cages. DECEMBER 5-Thousands of high school students en- ticed onto campus by ODK. DECEMBER 4-Ignatius of Brock, equipped with pepper- mint sticks, lures groups of the young innocents into chamber under library where they are stretched on a rack especially built by the Emory Operations Department until they sign application blanks. DECEMBER 6-Everybody in the barracks wishes that Taber Green would drop the Mickey Spillane act. DECEMBER 7-The Honor Council, in sack cloth and ashes, condemns freshman English student to life service in the stacks for splitting an infinitive. DECEMBER 8-E.C.A. stages Christmas extravaganza CI1' titled "Joseph Loves Mary Anyway." Jackie Hopping is turned down for lead. DECEMBER 9-Dooley looks over list of medical school acceptances. Turns to Christian Science. DECEMBER lO-Dooley looks up from beer at Moe's and Joe's Christmas party in time to see sleigh pulled by Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer arrive. Merilla Walker, charming in her Santa Claus suit, hops down and unhar- nesses. They bring loads of presents and goodies inside. DECEMBER Il-One fraternity on row finally satisfies their group of little waifs at annual Christmas Party. A benevolent Santa Claus passes out blackjacks and hip flasks in gay Christmas paper. The little darlings are delighted when refreshment time comes. The housemother presides over a huge tub of P.J. As a souvenir each child receives a package of marijuanas with the fraternity crest. DECEMBER 13-Dr. Mason enters office in infirmary to find glittering Christmas package. Upon opening it he finds book of modern verse entitled "Ways and 'Means to More Powerful Witchcraft" by Pat St. Vincent Florence. DECEMBER 14-Mama Harry sends frankensense and myrrh in the new twelve ounce can to Sam Laird. JANUARY 5-Gala New Year's Eve party still in full swing at the Queen of Clubs. Emory fine arts department stages continuous floor show. JANUARY 4-Dooley can'r lose this dam headache from New Year's Eve. JANUARY 5-Glee Club twitters in from Puerto Rico. On top of bus is gigantic barrel containing Lomax pickled in rum. JANUARY 6-Dooley thinks Freshmen aren't drinking their share of cokes-seems we don't have enough money for parking facilities. JANUARY 7-Dooley still helping Phi Delts track down Chi Phis from Tech-seems the Tech boys like rough parties. JANUARY 8-AEPis throw pajama party-bring beds to downstairs room for more atmosphere. JANUARY 10-Sylvia Jackson found at midnight bow- ing before giant test tube. Goes into mystic trance in search of Scientific Truth. JANUARY ll-Dooley tries to get into infirmary-can't remember number, so can't get effective pink pills. JANUARY l2-Dr. McClain wanders aimlessly into Plaza Bowling-Center only to be battered to a bloody pulp by enthusiastic participants at the other end of the alley. JANUARY 15-Dooley sends one of Mrs. Browning's sonners to Dora Byron, Emory's Dorothy Kilgallen, "How much do I love thee .... " JANUARY 14-Wheel came out yesterday4Custer and Taylor think it's the -greatest since long underwear .... Dooley thinks: . . . JANUARY 15-Sex starved females at Brenau open house molest Dooley. JANUARY 17-Dooley hides out at Hildegarde's place to avoid seven hundred ministers who have converged on the Emory campus, for Minister's Week. JANUARY 18-Dooley is discovered at Hi1da's by six hundred and ninety-nine ministers on a convention spree. JANUARY 19-Dooley discovers the one remaining min- ister booked in at the Southland Hotel. JANUARY 20-Dooley doesn't know who is doing what to whom in the mysterious Brickman, Sams, Massey tri- angle. JANUARY 21-Emory University receives seven million dollar grant from an anonymous source on the condition that grinning Gordon Steadman be sent special delivery to the zoo in southern Rhodesia. JANUARY 22-Dooley sends book to superfluous Dave Parker entitled "How to Become Extinct." JANUARY 24-Giggling Carol Vaughan does her come hither act on the library steps for the one hundredth con- secutive time. JANUARY 25-Mama Candler, clad in three diamonds, jumps out of Emory's one hundred and eighteenth birthday cake and does can-can to Ernest Roger's bright original melody, "Loyal Emory Hearts." 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Safe Deposit Boxes Protect your valuable papers tor a penny a day. an account with the E N S 81 S 0 U T H 314 EMORY BANK JANUARY 26-Dooley composes bright new melody, "Black and Cynical Emory Heartsf' JANUARY 27-The Emory Players' production "See How They Run," a hit on every grammar school stage from here to Chamblee, Georgia, makes audience run for nearest bottle of aspirin. JANUARY 28-Gaping students roll the stone away from Boozerfs vault in the Church School Building in order to receive another inspirational report on the corn crop in Palestine. - JANUARY 29-Pink Daddy George Torrence lectures to Sales Management Class-gets ever-present nod of approval from Sigma Chi nodders corner consisting of Wilkerson, Wilson and Yantis, each giving their own little nod ac- companied by SE grin. JANUARY 31-Snarling Garland Smith slaps English department secretary until she is mangled beyond recog- nition because she mis-spelled word in a letter. FEBRUARY 1-Screaming secretary seeks asylum in dean's office. Pauline Odum seizes shotgun and marches to physics building. FEBRUARY 2-Oral Sid Jourard lectures to Co-ed Asso- ciation between sucks on king-sized Chesterfields, and afterwards rushes to I-Iorton's for hot fudge sundae. FEBRUARY 3-Dooley goes to see Ugeim at Art's only to find Diane Maples playing the sex starved ghost. FEBRUARY 4-Dooley even more pleased with the per- formance of "Tex" Ritter in The Sea Around U5 as the giant squid. FEBRUARY 5-Dooley is all the rage in a pink pastel sheet at KKK formal held atop Stone Mountain. FEBRUARY 7-Brotherhood committee announces theme' of "Open My Eyes." Dooley sends keg of Murine to Georgia Legislature. FEBRUARY 8-Dooley contributes one dollar toward sending Bantu tribesman to Bessie Tift College. FEBRUARY 9-Dooley contributes another dollar to fund-toward sending Warren Tingley to Afghanistan to pursue studies in animal husbandry. FEBRUARY 10-Since the recent occurrence in Alabama Hall Dooley recommends that each individual involved in said event apologize to Dr. Kinsey. FEBRUARY 11-Dooley climaxes Brotherhood Week by taking three cadavers to lunch at Leb's. FEBRUARY 12-Dooley and cadavers carouse at Pig Alley..Are delighted with the wall portraits of Emory nurses. FEBRUARY 14-Sam Laird receives Valentine box from Mama Harry containing two hardboiled eggs and package of pretzels. FEBRUARY 15-Sam Laird has eggs analyzed by Emory chemistry department only to find that they contain ninety- five percent alcohol. FEBRUARY 16-Freshman chemistry student is rumored to know the whereabouts of long-missing Augusta Cooper. FEBRUARY 17- -A thorough investigation is begun by Dr. Blitch. FEBRUARY 18-Freshman confesses after being sub- merged in hydrochloric acid. FEBRUARY 19-Augusta, still whirling in a giant cen- trifuge, is found in a locked closet of the chemistry build- ing. FEBRUARY 21-Dooley thinks Mrs. White is quite mis- taken if she thinks this is the life. FEBRUARY 22-Faculty decides to present excerpt from "Tobacco Road" at annual Skitzophrenia. FEBRUARY 25-Nunan gets lead in faculty production. FEBRUARY 24-Erskine Caldwell sends congratulations on perfect job of casting. FEBRUARY 25-Froggy bans teacher's skit after being given only two croaks to be delivered off stage. FEBRUARY 26-Sigma Nu's win Skitz with what looks like an authentic Players' Production. ll0R'l'0N'S SlIOP'N BASKET Most Outstanding for tlaeir values 6 CR. 2313 Wynne Aparment Hotel 644 N. Highland Ave., N. E. ATLANTA, GA. 130 ROOMS WITH BATH Air Conditioned Rates from 31.50 Single Rates from s2.00 Double EXCELLENT COFFEE SHOP Building Completely Sprinkler Protected AT. 4476 AT. 4477 Cadillac Uldsmobile Compliments of "We a'0n't sell all the cars Z F 4 W . ag l l llll x but we sell the beszf' N -.22 Egg . fih 7 f Capital Automobile Company 0Pklll Extermlnatlng Co., Inc. 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St. .Calhoun feels better about not meeting last month's sales quota of fifteen souls in local holy-roller tent. MARCH 4-Dooley demands an immediate investigation of the bi-weekly meetings held in the basement of Dobbs Hall. MARCH 5-Dooley wishes that Mrs. Haynie would drop contract with Emory physiology laboratory. MARCH 7-Knight and Horowitz seen chasing poor freshman around quadrangle-"I only asked them if the Campm was coming out on time" shouts the innocent little fool. MARCH 8-Dooley sees where Phoenix is getting exam- ined-thinks that next issue will contain one big BIRD for everybody. MARCH 9-Dooley catches quick one at Moe's before heated discussion with Lerch on the trouble with our foreign policy-not enough foreign beer. MARCH l0-Dooley passes by Campw office at 1 a.m.- dragged into office and forced to work at typewriter by friendly editor. 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