Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA)

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' n i - : ' f ' y ' » ■ ■ .■Mi. . l, .: - i . ,1 . v TTe BLVE PRINT r iPIII 1927 DEDICAJION Bn M. U. Whiles jfy io for l ic fast tufpnlu- one uears fas so rii n u u ana f icipnt u servea Jeoraia cAc ana w io aarina l is lime as Ifeen oo a upon Ifu t fe stuaents as a friena lu io sau two poinis o i euj ana ii or ci fom t iem toiiforf le aest inlerests of our co eae, ( iis Ifi eniiei i lo iir w of i ie qJj hc Jrint is aeuiccdca. « ■ , , ' • -j- «, fc :i« : v ■ " J ' • ■ William krnon Skiles. B.S.. A.M. Draii of the School FOFXWOPJ) -lope ui of p easina JoOers pfueau(ifii l inQS,l e aJjoarcI 0 KDai ors suornils l Us 1 o ume as l te ruil of l )elr a est ( orls lo recora in aUractiic Jorm tfe eOents of 926-21 so jaf ii niau Oe a oi lo re r f ac ( to f tcm ana slimu ate l te s eepu memoru ' Tm BLVE PRINT 1927 oJ e onnuaf puMcation sf rstuaenis of t e Georgia Qjc oo Sf ZJec noJogi yo ume A J 1 CONTENTS ce Dic jraieruiiies defies feiics yLi iiaru J ,3 - ' ' iDloniiif CHK.MISrHV HI ll.I)l. (i JLI.IUS HHOW ' N DORMITORY ' ' Pj iThi ; -- iiP - ' 17. ,1 ' " ,- CAKNF.dlK I.IHKAHV -- ' I — ' —11 Xi . » • I ' - ii ii ii] ' i fl ACROSS THE CAMPUS ( P Ch CERAMKS HLII,l)IN(i ' iyj ELECTRICAL AND COMMERCE BUILDING ll fK Vy THE HOSPITAL Camp us wras. .viiLfc j.- ,. i JCA-. ' ;« Sioms f ' j is m i - u r - . SM ■ f ; .-S ' 5it■. jm Lacrosse Game with Georgia Between Halves of Vanderbilt Football Game. id r ■ mw .--■V J ' . JL ! The Annual Three and One-Half Mile Cross-Count ry Race. Above: Woolfolk, 1929, Winning First J ' lacc. Stewart, of Tech, Winning I ' ole Vault In Georgia Meet. Greased Pig Chase Sponsored by S. A. E. Fraternity. Shields (lower right) Won the Chase for Kappa Sigma by Catching the Pig. The Annual I ' i Delta Epsilon Fashion Show. Left: Display of (ieo. Muse Co. Bottom: Display of Eiseman. Right: Winners of Best Dressed Man Contest and Judges. Below, From Right to Left: Roberts, first place; McCatheran and . llemang tied for second place. Shops and Foundries where Engineering Students are Trained. Above: Civils Doing Kield Work. all Oau. " GEORGIA TeCrt rofi Boy Iop;Cded bat »ever the W ided te :t rt ' tntc ,.► ' Tde Ve. f tMtJ? that 14J»J ». JoKP i. ? cecV- a " " S .. " Vr ' , .oo ' T tc ' - ' ' - ovfc of Viot HoUJP but UJh 7 circle God foi-Jpi " (N ► . • l«idemic 6U5. t cff t» " T»» .V-- ' ' " ' ■■■ ' A-«t e ' » ' »« ' ' a. and !» ' " • . iff «» ' •« ' " ' tell a " " - • thll " J I or Jo ' " ' §% ,V $- " i .t Poj[i;bl ivronj Wat ivinter hdj set in j1 " A . i«V fe I ' " " " the n-«(h " ' nit f " dVdl puV «r tf,,, t; d M Serpent H.c.rin; :!.-!- Ls " . sc:h ' 0 ' l stic Administration HOARD OF TRUSTEES OF GEORGIA TECH N. R. Hahiiis. C ' liiiiM. X. P. PllATT E. U. HoiKisux. Jii. JoiIX W. tjllAXT Geoiige H. Causweii. GeOHOE G. CllAWEOHI) [.. W. RoBEiiT. Jr. EiGEXE R. Black V. H. Gi.EXX JoiIX H. PniiTEl! FlIAXK FllEEMAX G. M. Stout M ' . E. SiMMOXS Cl.AllK HoWELI. EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Joseph M. Bnowx- CriFFORD I,. Wai.keii FoUT Iv I, A XI) OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION . Iaiiicin l.iirfKii Bim-iAiN. A.I!., EL. I) Pi-ixidi ' ii: WiiTi.vM i:iiM N Skiies. B.S.. . .M. . Dciiii Hriiii Haimiis Caidweii, A.H . liciiislnir and Secretaru FiiAXK KiNC. HiMSTiiN, l ' F.. Secfct It I ' ji (iiitl Trednvrer . nTMiii IlvMMiiMi AioisTHoxo. B.S., M.A Supt. of Diiniiilnrii ' s IVMIIE nWril ' V I ' EAIiCE, C.. .C., I ' . S. . C ' oillinitllllillll J. .1. London Xiii ' iil ( ' unniiiiinlinil .Vi.i.AX Bextox MiiHTox, L. ., Sc.D Ihiin of tin- Siiiiiiiirr Schtiiil UoGEii SiiEri ' Arii) lloWEi-i, B.S. in M.I ' ' .. . T ir. Eciiiiii(i Srliaol .lii ilitd Scit ' iicc Ficivi) FiEii). A. II., A.M Diiiii nf Min R(iv Stevenson Kixc, M.F.., .M.Sc, Sc.I). . . .Siijit. Ilidhlitiiis uiil CrmiiKh FiiEii li. Wenn. H.C ' .S IHrirhir Kviiilini Srlmnl nf ( iniiiiiirre m m R. 5. WAiG. F. C. SMOW. ' " . 1 utl S.n ' iinctrintj. F B. WE.NN. Dr.WV SKILLS a«T] rfll Science G.H-BOGGS. C lie mi col Lnt inscrin j. H.S. BUSBY. Textile Lnoinecrinri. T.W, FITZGERALD. T.W. K ■: H. BUSH-BROWN. A.V. HENKY. J. E.McDAMItL. Co op. Faculty AKCHITI-XTrHAI, (Of USE Harold Hish-Hhow.v. A.B., M.Arch. A.B., M.Arch., Harvard I ' niversity Jhiid of Ihc Dfjtiirfmi ' itl if .1 irliitirture J- .AiEs Hkiibf:iit CIaiikv, U.S. in . r(li., M.S. in . rili. B.S. ill An-h, M.S. in Arch., I ' niversity of Pennsylvania Profr.i.iiir „f ArrhUcrtiirt ' l i: NKTii K. Stowei.i., B.S., .M.. rch., B.S., DartmoLitli; M.. rch., Harvard University; I ' hi Delta Theta As.tDi-inlr I ' rtifis.ior II f .Iri-lii irtiiri- Hicir Mill ' 1 ' . MoiiExus. B.Arcli. B.Arch., C ' oUiiiihia l ' niver.sit ; ' I ' lic Stout Institute; Richmond College .Issixlinit I ' rdfrx.iiir iif .1 irliili it iin ,1- MKs S. McGiiAw. B.. rcli. B.. rch., Cornell University; Sifrnia Pi; Ciarfjoylc Axsix imt Professor of Architcrtiiri- Haii ' ii (i. Gi ' i.LEY, B.S. ill .Arch. B.S. in Arcli., Iniversity of ' irf;inia; Phi Sijiina Kaiijia; .Mpha Chi Rho CKR.VMICS COURSE . icnn H ax Hexiiy, Cer.E., M.Sc, Ph.D. Cer.E., M.Sc, Ph.D., Ohio State University; Delta Sigma Phi; Gamma Alpha; Scalihard and Blade; Sigma Xi; Phi Kapjia Phi Head of tin- Diimrlniiiit nf Ciriiiiiici WiiiiAM Haiuiv Vaichax, B.S. in Cheni. Kng.; M.S. in Cer. Eng. B.S. in Ch. E., tieorgia ' recli; M.S. in Cer E.. Univ. of Illiniiis CO-()PEl{, TIVE CCH ' RSE Ja.iies Eiiskim; .McDaxiei.. . .B., M.A. A.B., Erskine College; M.A., Cohinihia Univer.sity; Ciraduate Work, Harvard Univer.sity; Univer.sity of Berlin; Delta Theta PI; Phi Kappa Phi; Chi Phi Itirerfor of the Co-oiirratlre l-jin ' uieertin Deport lurnt Joiix ' . h ' oi ' NT.M.v. ii.S. in Iv B.S. ill Engineering, Gem ' gia .School of Technology . t .1. ii.it lint ( ' ooriliniilor SCHOOL OF CO.M H•■.KCE Thomas W. N ' oki , A.B., M.B.A.. C.l ' .A. A.B., Grand Island College; M.li. A.. X,w ' I ' ork University: C.P.. .; Alpha Ka])pa I ' m IJead of the Srlmol of ( ' unnneree EiiKi) B. W ' exx. B.C.S. B.C.S., New ' ' ork University; Kansas Stale I ' niversity; Delta .Mil Delta; Delta Sigma I ' l; Dell.i Tan Delta Direetor of the hleeniinj Seliool of ( ' onniieree .l.iyoeiiite I rofi ' K.ior of t ' otnnieree p p 1 -t t IP 1 Gkohge M. Sparks, A.B. A.B., Mercer Iniversity; Sigma Epsilon; Pi Delta E])silon ,is. ' nrUttc Profeitma- of Coiitweyre Leoxaku R. Seibekt, B.S.C. B.S.C., University of Georgia As: istaiit Profe-fsor of ( ' iinnnfrfe John W. Jefekies, B.S. in Commerce B.S. in Commerce, Cieorgia School of Technology; Clraduate Work, Emory University; Delta Sigma Phi Aitsl.iliint Professor of Coinmerce XoAii W ' akkex, B.S. in Commerce B.S. in Commerce, Georgia School of Technology; Delta Sigma Plii; Alpha Kappa Psi As sis I II lit l rofessor of ( ' oinuwrre Edwahi) B. Meriwetiiek, Pli.B., I.L.B. Pli.B., Shurti ff College; LL.B., Washington I ' niversity; CIraduate Work, Washington University; Acacia; Phi Delta Phi; Delta Sigma Pi Assistant Professor of Commerce Jajies R. Duggas, B.S. in Commerce B.S. in Commerce, Georgia School of Technology I iistnirtor in Commerre Lloyd L. . xti.e, A.B. in Commerce A.B. in Commerce, Ohio Universitv; Graduate Work, Emory Univtr-.ity ; Sigma Pi; Square and Compass Instructor in Commerce ' iKGii. 1. PiNKsTAFF, B.S. in Conuncrcc ; M.A. M.A., B.S. in Commerce, Washington Iniversity; Harvard Universitj ' , Graduate School: Phi Delta Theta 1 Iistnirtor ill Coinmerce Civil, ENGINEERING COURSE Fraxki.ix C. Sxow, C.E., Sc.D. C.E., Ohio State University; Sc.D., University of Georgia; .V.P.E.E.; A.S.C.E.; A.M.. .E. ; Pi Kappa Alpha; Tau Beta Pi; Square Compass Head of the Departtnent of (. ' icil Enyineerimj Jack M. Smith, B.S. in C.E. B.S. in C.E., University of Wisconsin; Iowa State College Associate Professor of Civil Eni ineeriny James H. l.ic.vs, B.S. in C.E., B.S. in -M.E. B.S. in C.E., B.S. in M.E., Georgia School of Teclmology ; Square and Compass Assistant Professor of Hiylrwaif Emjinei rimi Raipii p. Bi.- ck, A.B. A.B., I ' niversity of the South; Graduate Work, Columl)ia University; Delta Tau Delta Assistant Professor of i ' ivil EniiineerintJ CorxT D. Gibson, Pli.B., M.S. Ph.n., M.S.. Emory University: Delta Tau Delta Assistant Professor I ' .NCilNKKHINd ClllvMlSlliV COIUSR CIiiuKUT H. H(k;os, I5.Sc.. I ' h.D. B..S ' ., I ' liivcrsity nf Cu ' orjria; Ph. I),, I ' niversity of l ' cniis lv:(ni:i ; I ' i l.aiiilKia Di-lt.i; I ' lii Hi-ta Km|i| .i; I ' hi Ka])|)a Phi; Sigma . i; Scabiiard and Uladr; .Mciiilier (Icorfria . cadciiiy of Scifiicc Jli ' dd of lht Diiiiirhiiciil of Clii iii ' ikI rii John- I.. Damki . M.A.. . .l?. . .l?., Haiiipdfn-.Sidnry Cnllefrc: M.. ., Washirifrton and I.ee; Al))ha Chi Kho; Phi Kaj.pa Phi Prt fenKor of I inlitstr ' ntt f ' hrniisi rti BENJ.4MIX B. WlKITll. . .B.. PIl.I). . .B., W ' aNhinfitoii t ' ollege; Ph.D., Jiihns Hojiliins I ' tiivcrsity ; I ' lii Ka] |ia Plii Atii oi-intt ' I ' roft ' s. ' or of Chinntst nj A.MiTo P. Hevvi.ktt, B.S., M.. . B.S., .M..V., .Missi.ssi|)])i College; Graduate Work, Cieiirgf Peahody Collfjiv for ' i ' cachiT? .I.isi.i oiil I ' rofi ' .ixor of ( ' III iiiisi i-ji JoHx Chipmax. B.S., M.S., Ph.D. B.S., Sewaiu-e; M.S., Iowa; Ph.D., Univ. of California; Sigma Xi; Delta Tail Delta; .Mjiha Clii Kpsilon .-I io ' htaiff Proff ' iaior of Clu ' itti.st I ' l ' ii.irA i B. Hu M AUDsox. B.S. B..S., I ' niviTsity of North Carolina; (iraduatc Work, .MasNaclui etts Institute of ' rei-hnology I natrnrtor in ( ' In iiiisf ri CoRXEUus A. Wki.is, B.S., M.S., M. A. B.S., Mercer University; M.S., University of Ceorgia; M..V., Culuuibia University Instructor in i ' hvniist rti I, oris E. CJates, B.Sc. B..Sc. in Kngineering Chemistry, Georgia School of Tei ' lmology ; Delta Tau Delta; Scalihard and Blade I n.sfrnrtor in t ' liitniat rii Hox.Ain l{EA: iKit. B,.S. B.S., , llcglicuy College; University of Pittsburgh; Mpha Chi Sigma; Sigma Aljilui I ' ' ,]isili ii I nst ruftor in ( ' liiinist rii Si.oAX B. JoiiuAx. A.B., -M.S.. .M.. . . .B., Fiirnuiu University; M.S., Tulane University; .M.A., Princeton University I nstructor in ( ' In mist rtf Max D. ExGi.EiiAicr. U.S., M.S. B..S. in l ' ' ng. Cliem., M.S., University of Illinois I nstno-tnr in (In ini.il r it U h Tr5; KI.ECTHIC.M, EN(;iNKKI(l G COURSE Tiio.MAs W. FiTz iEHAi.n. B.S., M.E., E.E., M.S. Diplom.i, Marshall College; B.S., M.E., E.E., West A ' irginia I ' niversity ; University of ri ,on.i; .M.S., Emory University; Phi Ka)i|ia Phi; Tau Beta Pi: Georgia . cademy of Science; High Tension Cluli; American . ssociation of Uni crsity Professors Jlinil of tin III jiorfnn nt of I ' .li it riiol Euijiniirinii 61 m If Thomas G. Seiuei.i. B.S. in E.E., E.E. B.S. in E.E., E.]-;., Georgia School of Technolojry ; Phi Kappa Phi; American Physics Society; Philosopliical Society of WasliinL ' toii Prafeaxor of Elfi ' trit-nl Eiuiiiittfiiiij DoMKNico P. Savant, E.K., IVS. in i:.K.. I.S. in E.E. E.E., B.S. in I ' .E., Rose Polyteclmic Institute: M.S. in E.E.. Harvard University; Plii Kappa Phi Professor of hjh ' rtrirol ICinfiint rittif JoHX I.. Ei.i.is. B.S. in E.E. B.S. in E.E., Georgia Sdiool of Tedinology; Pi Ka]i|ia I ' hi .tssixtdiit Professor of lilerlrira! IC ni iiiei riini Hugo B. Dri.ixG. B.S., B.S. in E.E. B.S., B.S. in E.E., Iniversity of West Virginia; Phi Sigma Kappa .-Issistiiiit Professor of Eleetrinil Enoinet riiui Charles C. Sihmard. B.S. in E.E. B.S. in E.E., I ' niversity of Missouri .issistiiiit I ' rofessor of Elertr!ntl Enijuieeriini Eaufj: S. HAN.sAFORn. B.S. in E.E. B.S. in E.i ' ,., Tufts College; High Tension Cluh; Sigma Phi Delta; Phi Kappa Plii liistruetor ill Elerlririil Eniiineerimj Leo D. Tabi.ek, B.S. in E.E. B.S. in E.E., I ' nivfrsity of West ' irginia; Skull and Key: Higli ' linsioii Club; Sigma Phi Epsihm Iiistriirtor in Eleetrirol Eiiiiiiieerlini I 4 .MKCH.VXlt Al. KXtnNF.KUlNG C(.)L " HSE Rov S. KiNC. M.E., M.Sc, Sc.D. M.E., Ohio State I ' niversity; .M.Sc., I ' niversity of Minnesota; Sc.D.. I ' niversity of Georgia; Sigma Xi; Phi Kajipa Phi Hint! of the Deparliiieii) of Meehniiirnl Eiiiiiiieeriiui Ueiid of the Dejiitrtiiieiit of h .rjierimeiitnl Eiuiiiieeriyitj Wii.i.iA.-vi ' an DiNKix, 15. S ., .M.E. B.S., M.E., I ' niversity of Illinois Professor of Merlmiiiritl Einjineeriiiii Chahi.es M. Daniel. B.S. in M.E., M.E. B.S. in M.E., M.E., Univer.sity of Illinois Professor of Merboiiirnl Eiiilineeriiiii R. M. M.vrsox, B.S. in E. B.S. in E., Georgia School of Technoh)gy 1 nstriictor of M erhnninii E infinierin if .Vllando a. L ' ase Imlustrial Arts in .M.E., Oliio State I ' niversity; . .S..M.E. Assoeifite Sujieriiiteuilenf of Shiips EowARn B. .Martindale Cliief Foretunii of the Mnehine Shops Horace A. Tho.vp?on Foremnii of Hie Smillishoji _J fr .loiIN II. IIkmka Foninifn of fin- Witathlniit HoMKII H. NcillMAN Iiixtniihir III Wiiiiil.sliuji ,Ii]iiN T. Tiii ' iiArvi 1 iistnirtiii- ill . hirhiiii Sliiii TEXTILE EN ' GIXEEKINC; fOlKSE HiBBMii) S. Busby, M.pj. M.E., Mass. Inst, of Teclmold ' y IIliiil iif till ' I fjiill ' tlilflll i)f I ' l.rlili ' ■]llilhli ' l ' lilli Edmoxd W. Cajip, B.S. in T.E. (Leave of absence) B S. in T.E., Cieorgia School of Technologjy Axmiriiite I ' rofi:vsiir of Tcvtilf Knijinei ' rinii Ch. hi.es a. Jonks, B.S. in T.E. B.S. in T.E., Georg:ia School of Teclinolojiv; Plii Psi AHKoriiitf J ' roffxxor of ' rc.iillt ' Knijinci-rinii D.Win E. Piiii.puT Phi Psi Instiurtor hi Ti-.rtili- Kiifiiiniiiiifi John R. Bit.v.snox Phi Psi luxfrurfor in Tr.rlih ' l-jiii iiifrriiitf R. L. Him. Iiixtnicliir in Te.vtite Eiiiiimiiliiii GENER.M, SCIEN ' CE COURSE Wii.i.nM ' :R •o ■ Skii.es, B.S., M.A. B.S., I ' nivei-.sity of Cliicago; jM.. ., Harvard Lniversity; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kapjia Phi; Member Georgia .Vcadeiny of Science; Dean of the College and Din (tor of the (ieneral Science Course I ' roffxxor of Matiiniuilicx IXDr.STRIAL EDUCATION COURSE T. H. QriGLEY, A.B.. B.S. .V.B., B.S., Indiana University Heoil of the linlustriiil Eiliiriitioii Di-jinrl iiiciil Wii.i.nM ' . • Hoi ' TEx Fori ' iiitin of III ' Foiiiii ni Evening School of Commerce FACn.TY Tnos. W. XoEi.. A.B., M.BA. Grand Inland C ' nilege; X. Y. University; Columbia University; C. P. A. Professor of Arrountinij. Director FiiKi) . Wkxv, B.S.C. Kansas State College; N. Y. University; Delta Tail Delta Axsijciate Professor of Finance John Baslom Crenshaw. A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Modern Lnniiuctfjes George M. Sp. rks, A.B. Associate Professor of Jouriialisin D. M. Smith. Ph.D. Associdle Professor of Mathematics L. R. SlEBERT, B.S.C. Assistant Professor of Law F. R. Re. de 1 list ructor J. W. Jefferies. B.S.C. Assistant Professor of Marketing XoAH Warkex. B.S.C. Assistant Professor of Arcountinij E. B. Meriwether. Pli.B., LL.B. Assistant Professor of Laze and Political Science James R. Dhh.ax. B.S.C. 1 nsfritctitr J. R. RoBixsox ' Lecturer. Income Tax I,. B. . xTiE. A.B. in Commerce Instructor in Ari-oitiifinii and Bankinij V. I. PiXKSTAFF. B.S.C, M.A. Instructor of Economics R. A. James. B.S.C. Lecturer. Arcomitinfi V. F. Bkuuks. B.B..V. Life Insurance H. M. BowMAX Lecturer. Adrertisiuij W. K. Rivers. B.S.C. A ssistani Professor of Finance The General Faculty BIOI.()(;V AND I! ( TERIOIOCY Dl-.r AUT.MKNT Hiiiii A. Wyikoh, U.S., .M..S. B.S., Mi ' -.sDuri WtslfViin: .M.S., ■niv r ity of (liicafro; Sifrina Xi; Tlu-ta Chi Delta Ih ' inl iif Uitiliiiiij niifi linrff ' riohiffii 1U jutrt imitt KNtU.lSH J)K1 ' . IM ' .MKNT WiMUM G. Pehrv. A.B., A.M., n.I.itt. A.B., A.M., D.I.itt., Davidson College; Kappa . l].lia: Pl.i KapjKi Phi; Phi Beta Ka)i] a FR.4XK K. Reade. ah., M.. . . . M.A , rnivei-sity of ' irfrinia; l.aiiil»la Pi; Plii Kaiijia Si};ni;i; Sigma Delta Chi .1 ssoriirtf Pfofeattnr i)f KiniVis}i I,. W. CinpiN. . .B. . .B., Emory I ' niversity ; Ka)ipa . l]ilia Asxisfiinl rr ' ifr.tsin- of KiuiVish .1. K. Kekhi. a B. A.B., Duke Tniv er.sity ; l.amlicja Chi . li ha; Plii Beta Kap| a; Phi Kappa Plii I list ritrfor ill J ' jiifflisli R. I,. Scott. . .B., M.. . A.B., M.A., Washington and I.ee lllstnirlnr III ICllillisli H. C. Bkowx. M.. . M.. ., Southern Methodist I ' niversity; I ' niver.sity of orth Carolina Instructor in Enjitish JoHx Bruere, A.B., M.A. A.B.. .M.. ., Prineeton University; Phi Beta Kappa Instnictiir in Eiii Jisti Ernest H.mitsolk. . .B., M.A. , .B., M.. ., Emory I ' niversity I list nicfor ill Kniliisli V. K. WvNN. A.B, M.A. I list nift ' ir in l- ' tiiflisli HISTORY AND ECONOMIC SUBJECTS . tII1IIII II. . llMSTI10M,, . .B., M.. . A.B., Vale Iniversity ; M. .. Colnmliia University; Beta Theta Pi; Pi Delta Epsilon A ssoriatt ' Profr.inor Heatl of the Hi.itiirjt Di inrfninit R. E. SiiEPi ' .Min. A.B.. A.M. A.B., A.M., Vaiiderhilt University As.sintanl I ' mft ssnr ,1. M. SAixnKHs, A. II., .M.. . A.B., M.. ., University of North Carolina; Chi Plii ln.ll ructnr in Jlisluri F.XPKKIMKNT Al, K.Xf.I KKK INti DKI ' A HTM F,NT H. V. Mason. B.S. in M.E, M.S. B.S. in M.E., Lnivt-rsity of Idalio; Tan Beta Fi; Flii Kapi)a I ' lii Head. of the Kj-jji-riiiK iitnl Eiuiimi rimj Di imrttnint R. S. HowEi.L, B.S. in M.E., M.Sc. B.S. in .M.K., M.Sc, Georgia School of Teilinology ; Flii Kappa Flii . s.stK-iiitf Proftsstn- Fhaxk a. Bi ' HH. M.K. M.K., Brown l ' ni er.sity ; Sigina Xi; Flii Sigma Kappa .Isxintant Pro f ex.111 r A. D. Hoi I AND. B.S. in Eng. B.S. in F " ng., Georgia Seliool of ' recluiology ; Fi I.anilida Delta: .Scaliliard anil Blade 1 n.itnirltn- GEOI.OGV . NI) .MET.M.LrUG ' i 1)EF AH T.M EN ' T T. S. Dixx. B.S.. M.S., EM. B.S., M.S., E.M., .Missouri School of Mines; S.F.E.E.; .V.I.M.E.; S.. .M.E.; Fi Kappa Alpha; Tau Beta Fi; Square and Compass lltiul of the Oeologif nnd iletitUvrnil Dejnirlini nl MACHINE 1)ESIc;N DKF.VHT.MENT C. E. COOLIDGK, I ' ll. B. Fh.B., Yale; Tau Beta Fi ; Delta Sigma Fhi; Scaliliard and Blade Hitid " thi Miirhine Tlcuhin Ih pmtmiiil HiNKV Gi;-s:. Fh.B. Ph. B.. Vale; Sigina Chi; Fhi Kajipa Phi; Tau Beta Pi .1 .i.i ' iritttt Pr ' tfrsfttr V. B. .Johns. B. S. in Eng. B.S. in Eng., Ge irgia Schofil of Technology; Phi Kappa Phi; .Scpiare and Compass .7 .v.v is tant P rnfesnt r H. H. Eeech. B.S. in M.E. B..S. in ,M.Iv, Cieorgia School of Technology .l.i.ii.itont Pnifts-Kiir H. S. Weber. B.S. in M.E. B.S. in M.E., Georgia School of Technohigy; Phi Kappa I ' lii; .Sijuare anil Compass .1 s.ihtant Profes.ior F. C. BoGi.E, B.S. in M.E. B.S. in M.E., Georgia School of Technology I n.it nictor Phii T. Xar.moue. B.S. in Eng. B.S. in Eng., Georgia Sc hool of Technology; Pi Delta Epsilon; Beta Theta Pi Inftrurtor T. E. MooDiE. B.S. B.S.. .Mass. Inst, of Technology Jiistiurtor MATHK.M AI ' K S Dl-.l ' Alt T.MKN ' T Fiovn FiKii), A I ' .., A.M. A.n.. W ' ill.Mii.iltc I ' niversity; . .B., A.M., Harvard Iriiv.rsity ; Theta Chi Head of Mathfinaflf.s PfjHirf nun W. Veunox Skii.ks. H.S., Sc.l)., . .M. B.S., fiiivcrsity of Chicago; Sc.D., A.M., Harvard; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Mdiiher (leorjria .Vcademy of Seience PntfisHin- (if Miilliciiiiilh-x A. H. MoiiTox. A.B.. A.M., Sc-.D. A. 15., . ..M., Se.D., Brown I ' niversity; Plii Beta Kappa; Plii Ka])|ia I ' hi A .v.v " rifil r ' riifrs n r D. M. Smith. B.A., M.A., Ph.D. B.A., iM., ., Pli.I)., Vanderhilt I ' niversity; Kappa Signia; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Epsilon; Phi Kapjia Plii Assocutte Profcitmn ' D. L. Stamy. . .B., A.m. . .B., l ' rsinnu.s; A.M., Univer.sity of Chieafro; Phi Kapjia Phi Associnte Profmsnr R. M. MrxmiKKK. li. S. B.S., Pennsylvania College; Graduate Mork, I ' niversity of Pennsylvania; Phi Cianuna Delta AssiKtniit ]- ' r ifi ' nsi}r cf M(tfln ' ni ' ifif,-i H. K. Fri.MKH, B.S., M.A. U.S., L ' nivi rsity of Mississi))]ii; M.. ' ., Coluniliia University Asuistdiit Profe.s:i( r nf Mathftnaticn Wai.teii Hkynoios. B..S., M.l ' ,. B.S., M.E., Georgia School of Technology; Beta Theta Pi Inttt rni ' t ' ir in .M tifhcni ' ifirs L. K. Pattox, B.S. ill K.E. B.S. in E.E., Georgia School of Technology liintriirtor in M athmttntir. J. F. Stengki,. . .B. . .B., Princeton University, Phi Beta Kappa 1 n. l rucfny in M iitht ' iiHttifH F. A. Dii.i.MAx Graduate West Point I n. ' f I ' tirt ' tf in M iilhriiKit ira Ray Maiimx, . .li., .M.S. A.B., M.S., Univer.sity of Kansas I n.-ft ntr iir in }ffif In mat ir. - MODERN I,AN(U-. GI ' , DI ' .PA KIM KNT J. B. Cfiexsiiaw. . .M., Ph.D. A.M., Uan(lol[ili .Macon; Ph.D., Johns Ho])Uins University; Phi Ciaiiiiiia Delta; Phi Ka] pa Plii lleitd of Mixifrn Ltnn uin r Ih ' iiurf nu nt Gkokgk H. McKkk (Leave of . liseiice) .(.V.VII, ■(■(( .■ I ' lllfl.lSOl- .f. A. Campuamore. A.H.. M.A., A.B. A. 15., M.A. I ' niversity of Illinnis; A.B., Biirfra-, Spain L. E. I5ARBEB, A.B., A.M. A.B., A.M., Harvard John H. Goff. }5. A., M..V. r .. ., M.-V., ()i. ' lftli()r]it ' I ' niversity; Kappa . lpha Ill.ifrurtni- H. M. KiiviN. A.l). . .B., Centre Ccillejre; Di]ilniiia. I ' niversity of T " ijl.)u.se; I ' lii Kappa Taii; Phi Delta Kappa «« )■«(■ ())• O. WiTTox Wise, A.B. A.B., I ' niversity of Mieliigan Iiixtriirtiir H. E. Barkox. A.B. A.I?., I ' enn State; Sifiina Xu Iii.ttrurt(ir PHVSKS DEl ' AHT.MEXT J. B. Edwards. B.S., E.E., M.E. I5.S., E.K., M.E, . uliiirn Htiiil iif Ihi I ' hi sirx III i„irliiiiiit K. X. Tuujirsux, B..S. B.S., IVahialy College; Plii Kappa Plii .Issf.riiitt ' Pf ' ifi ssnr X. F. Beardsjev, M S.. I.L.B. M.S.. 1,I..B., Hiram College; Sigma Ejisiion . ssitfidti- Pritff sfir A. F. Sa.vu-ei.s, M.. ., B.A. M.. ., I ' niversity of Wisconsin: B.. ., I ' Tiiversity of Illinois .l.oi.itiiiit Priifi ' s.tiir E. v.. BoRTELL, B.S. in F2ng. B.S. in Eng , University of Michigan A .v.v istfi n t Pritft ' ssi) ■ G. B. EsTAHRooK, B.S., Ch.E., M.S. B.S., Cli.E. M.S , Purdue I ' niversity . .v is tttnl P roff ' ssd r C. I.. I ' tterbach, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. B.S., Purdue; M.S., L ' . of Washington; Ph.D., V. of Wisconsin .-Issixtiiiit Prafcxxiir m JB CeCNSrt,: DL ST AMY GM SPARKS POPULARITY BALLOT WINNERS RM nuNDORrr MH LCACn JPIJh puior Seni or Poem Behind, eilrcadi fa liii; into hliic. Where distance Irnd.i enchantment to the eierc. Are colle( e halls. Before onr eager ei es The Old retires, supplanted hi the Xext We mount in haste the chariot of the i i ' nrs And laugh to scorn the thought of future fears. Success (elusire mist) is near at hand: The stars are steids and ce the charioteers. And each i ear, as it rolls along the plain Of fertile fields, replete cith gtdtten grain. Reaps steailili a harrest ricli, of life — -Intl life, once lireil, maij not he lived again. So gather i e the harrest u-liile i c mail. For main fall, along the harrest tcai . And ivheii you reach the Mountains of tlie Daun Be xcell prepared to find hei ond — the Dai . -W. S. S. 11 Senior Class Officers S. D. MiiiiiAY I ' ll .-iiih III C ' l. W. Beardex ' iii -I ' ri nidinl C. A. Jamisox Sfcretarif Ik ' J ' nnsunr W. I,. SCABEOROUGH II isliilill II. W. S. ScHEiiFFirs Poet ' t ' m m Senior Class History ■ N Seiitfiiilier of 1!I23 Atl.iiit.i was startled at the sijrlit of eight hiiiulred enide strangers, riil)her-neeUiiifi: around the eity, taking in the Bonita, Grant Park, Tom Pitt ' s five cent eiiDcolate milks, Initterinilks, ehic debs, and other sights so dazzling to the uninitiateil. Thus it was that the Class of 1927 entered the arena, — a motley crew of " ])rep school lieroes, self-elected geniuses, and ruralists who smacked of ]iiMe- needles and barns. I ' roud we were of our tag-new worsteds with high-water breeches, |)ur- ehased expressly to wear up here, and why not lie when they bad been admired by high school sweethearts as they bade farewell with tender care ses to the college-nun-to-be. How- ever, water wears away stone, and likewise our rough edges and conceits were worn smooth by connections with the stern, debonair members of the Class of ' 26. High school heroes were made Freshmen and rubes turned to be gentlemen. Finally we became a real class. Our fir.st leaders were chosen — to Karl Xixon, Sam Mur- ray and George Baker, fell the honors of President, N ' ice-President, and Secretary and Treasurer. . t tliis time we would have felt out of ]ilace without the old shacks for which we had a kindly feeling in spite of their threatening to fall on us at any moment. Most of our fraternities were mingled with boarding-hou.ses up aud down North . venue, which was made even more of an eye-sore by the dilapidated wooden stands still on CJrant Field. John Murray captained the Freshman football team and Cecil Jamison the Freshman basketball team. Sam Murray was elected our rc|)resentat ive to the Student Council. Besides losing nuiny of our memliers thru scholastic failures our freshman year went by witliout mishap. This dots not mean that lack of brilliant performance in scliool work existed, for Twenty- Seven had some men who made a name for themselves scholastically. C. B. Myers averaged 9(i.l+, lireaking the se ' hool record. Sorry to lose friends who had drojjjied ruit as we gathered again, we began our Sopho- more year by naming Sam Murray, President, Walter Parrish, Vice-President, and Molly Wil- liamson, Secretary and Treasurer. We were extraordinarily well represented on varsity teams to be only Sophomores. The best known were N ' auglm Connally, Karl Nixon, Sam Murray, John Murray, Clift ' Schwab, Cecil Jamison, aud Tom . ugley. This year saw the completion of the new stadium, the addition to the Chendstry Building, the new baseball field, anel remodeling of Knowles Dorndtory. Clilbert Hoggs won the large Tan Be-ta Pi scholarship cup. In the third year the Class of ' 27 distinguisheel itself as an outstaiuling class liy win- ning laurels in many lines of activities. Sam Murray was again houoreel with the Presidcn;- , Cecil Jandson maele ' iee-Presieleut, anel Wilkerson Gunn, Secretary anel Treasurer. A ma. jority of the football team which beat Cieorgia in 192-5 were .luuiors of the Class of " 27. On the basketball epdntet two juniors were found, Jandson and Parrish. Sam Murrav was elected ' ier-President of the Student Council. Contrary to custom Juniors held the posi- tions of Kelitor of the ' ' ellow Jacket, Business Manager of the Blue Print, and President of tlie Marionettes. These were Barret, Boggs, and Scherffius. ' I ' hen came upon us the e ' limax of our school lives— the fourth and last lap of our fierce race. Some had fallen out in the first epiarter, some were beaten in the second, others e ' ould not stanel the pace in the third; then, as the starter fireel the gun for the last lap, we found only 27.5 in the race out of 800 to start. When the last lap started, Sam Murrav was shown the este-em of his ela. ' -smates by being elected their Presielent for the thirel con.secutive time. Cecil Jandson was re-elected " ice-Presideut. and Judge Bearden made See ' retary and Treas- urer. As thi.s book goes to press wdth nearly 250 survivals racing teiwarel the goal— the e-ovet- eel cap anel gown, nearly all ini] ortant campus positions are filled capably by merubers tiie Class of ' 27. While all will not come out vie ' torious, on the whole we ii;i c- run the rae ' e well and fought to keep Ihc Whiti- and Gold ,m top. W.M.TKli I.. .ScAUHOIloriill. J»ir ft I li of 1 1 1 i " .Tkssf. Rayjioxd Adams y Covington, Georgia Civil Eiif ineerinr Second I.ieuti nant. H. 0._1 ' . C. Waltku H hmc n| Ai.drki). .In. ' Statesbord, Georgia 1 A rrhiti chire Alpha Tau Omega; Tau Beta Pi: Pi Delta Ep- silon; Honor Roll (1); Charrette Chili; Architee- tiiral SoGjetj ; Skull and Key; Cotillion Cluli; Freshnian Basketliall Manager (3); Varsity Bas- ketliall Manager (4-); Teehniipie (1, 2, 3, 1): Managing Editor {4-); Blue Print (3, i) ; Vilhnv Jacket (I, 2, 3); Marionettes. r. , .VljiEHT PllEXTISS; AtSXjrSTJER, .In " xConiq, MissSissTi j)i ' j 1 ' ' ' — K . I 1 J ■ Cdiiinicrcf Sigma Chi; Skull ami Key; -VplfiJ Delta Sigma Cotillion Chil). - ' Atlaj ta, ' Gisorgiaj li Knpp;i Sigma; Honor Roll . 1) f I meM !i m i li(H;Kl( W ' ol.CdlT Al I EX Atlanta, Gcorf ia I ' jifcfrifal Eiiijitipi ' finy . - Sigma Xii; Higli Tensiun Club; ;€ . K E . Amos I- ' .iiwabi) Aiscjhiiouk Atlanta, (k ' orgia Eixjhieermij Chemistry Captain K. O. T. C. Vir.i.iA,- i MoNT(;oMKiiv Axdehsox .Marietta, Gt ' iirgia Arcinti ' i ' turt ' Sigma Alpha Epiilon; I ' lii Kappa Phi; Tau Uita Pi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Ch.iirfttt- Club; Aic-hi- tcctiii-al Society; Honor Hull (1, 2, 3); Scholar- ship CloUl " T " ; Battalion Football (1, 2, 3, 4); Basketball Squad (1); Bine Print (3, i). Art Editor (4.) ; Yellow .lackct (3); Technique (4); First Lieutenant K. (). T. C. TiioscAS Saw(uei. ' tAsGLtS Fort j M c h rS()nJ?Geor ,_j Sigma Nn ; Kosemc; Frcslmian Football; Fresh- man liaseb.ill; VarMty Fo.itball (3. 1): Varsity Baseball (2, 3. I). J . John- Henry Ankeiis Newport Xe«-, ' ir ;in Mfihnniidl EiKihiicriiii -2?0RSiAN " El, " GE»E A XSIE V Atlanta. Georgia i Pi Lambda Delta; Scabbard and Blade; Cap tain R. O. X ' -C. till WvLiE Ham. Armhu Coluniliia, Soiitb Carolina Electrical Enijinferinii Chi Plii: First Lieutenant R. O. T. C; Cotil- lion Club, President (4); High Tension Chili: A. I. E. E.: Technique (1. 2, 3); Inter-Fratcniity Couneil (3, 4). Viee-Pr sident (4). Li-OYii Rahcliffe Asji Diililin. (jeoriria )-l- y . " Alpha Tail Omega: Alpha Kappa Psi; ' Cotillion Club; Sealibard and Blade; Aeronautical Associa- tion; Major R. O. T. C: Scrub F ' liotball (3) ; La crosse (3); Bulldog. ■ iiii :m HKX.rAMi? ' A.skkw Wist I ' liiiil, C;ei)ri;i:i ' I ' r.rfilf I ' llillllf ' erill; Pi K;ipp:( Al|)lia l ' ' .r.ij. ii A HA i BiniiiiifiliJiiM, Alaliaiiui Tail Epsilon Phi (JKoiir.E Daiias Baker Macon, Gmrfria i ' Tcftilc Eiiiiiiiicrhni Sijiina Alplia F.])siliiii; Freslinian Fi)iitl)all Freslnnan Hasketliall; I ' lii Psi; Cotillion Cliili S( ( retai- . ' iihI Treasurer Kresliinari Class. .Iamks Aiii ' iiiii Bantox Atlanta, (iein-gia - Jectrical ' iE{i(iineer,in;i Sealiiianl and Blaile; Hifl ' Team (1, 2. 3. t). Captain (3): liattalicm l ' ' ().jthall (2, 3); Hniicir Hull (I, 3); (Uee Cluli; I.ieut -nant K. (). T. C. (3), l.ientenant Cnlmiel (1): Operaldr Slatinn W.C;.S.T. (3), AMiiinnieer ( 1). Sf Hi i Urns Mahviv Rahxes Atlanta, (Jeorg-ia Elect rival Kniilnefrinii Higli Tension CUil); Radio flnli; A. I. K. E.; Lieutenant, R. ttc-a " ., C; Honor Roll (3); La- crosse (3, 4 . : ' ' JrLiAX NichAs ' Bahuett Pampa, Texas Coifnmeree Sigma Plii Eptilon; Fresliman Footliall; Dog; Kosenie; Stciill and Key; Cotillion Clul Delta Epsiloh; Scabl)ard and Blade; Inter- ternity Council (2, 3, 4); Yellow Jacket ( 4), Editor-in-chief (3, 4); Lieutenant R. ( C. (3). Captain (4). .Il ' DCK ' eSI.EV BeABULX Madison, Georgia ' •jiiifinferUni ; TtJ-tlle I: Plii Delta Theta: Plii Psi; Mce-PreMdcnt Sen- ior Class; Glee Club (2, 3, 4). President (4); Co- tillion " tlflb iy ice-Pre-.ident; Student Coundl; Bull Dogr. " " , , 1 r -. Thojias Ci yde Beattv DePuniak Springs, Florida ' ' ■ ' [(TenerfalEriyinferikg—. -j] | V Tlieta Clii: Freshman Football Manager (3); Varsity Footliall Manager (4): Lieutenant R O. T. C. m m M L-3 ' --JJr— ' - .IJ!-_tU JIkVWAIM) MvilOX lUx ' KSKI.I. Atlanta, Georgia Ka|i|i.i .Si;;Mia; I ntt ' r-Fraternity C ' ciciiu-il (3, t), rn--i(l -nt (4); Skull and Key; Bull Dog; C ' i)til- licin C ' hil); Student Ciuineil; I.aoro ' .sr (2, 3, 4). Fiiivi) Russi.ii Bkxny Hilnxi, Mississippi Ceiicral Srienre Lieutenant R. O. T. C. St.mii ' s Betiiki. Tlinniaston, Georgia (rPiurnl Siiencf Clii Psi; Cotilliiin C ' lidi: f.eniral Seieiiec Cluli. (iHoiuiK TvT.i:i{ Biitn Atlanta, tieorgia Ml rhiiiiiriil Emi ' meerinri I ' lii Ka|i|ia I ' hi: Srliiilarship Gold " 1 " ' ; Honor Hull (I, 2, 3): First r.ieiifenant I!. ( ). V. C; Free Body CInl). -J Georoe Xorman Bisaxab Hickriry, N ' ortli Carolina fienenil Science I ' i I.aiiilula Helta: Pi Delta Epsilon; Technique (2, 3, 4-), Advertising Manager (3), Business Manager (i) ; Marionettts; General Science Club. - ll H Aluekt Ha3iby ISisiiur Marietta, Georgia ) Ciinimerce Delta Sigma Phi; Freshman Track; Varsity Track (2, 3) ; Spiked Shoe Society. .Tick Bieich — - — " Atlanta, Georgia Eini ' mi erintj Chemistrij Technique (3, 4); Emerson Chemical Socictv 1 1 ., :. ..; n»« ■D;;;r«.. ' T™ - " Gil liERT Hifii.HorsE BoGGs ' , Jr. Atlanta, Georgia CiViV EixjineeriiKj Beta Theta Pi: Phi Kappa Plii: Tau Beta P Pi Delta Epsilon; Winner Tau Beta Pi Scholar- .ship Cups (1, 2): Student Council. Treasurer (4); Inter Fraternity Council: Scholarship Gold " T " ; CivilCrewr; A. S. C. E.: Technique; Blue Print (2. 3). Associate Editor (2). Business Man- ager (3): Honor Roll (1, 2. 3); Senior Invitation CoMuuittce. im ,i _A f arm Wii.llAM l ' ' .ii I!cioi i:H, .111. West I ' liiiit, ( Icnrji ' iii f ' nii ni ' yrt ' I ' i K.i|i| ,i Al]ilia; A1|iIki l n|i|i.i ' s : Alplui DcUm .Si);iii;i; Skull ami Key; Intt-r-Ki-atf rnity CiMincil; Frcsliinan F ' lmtball; Scrub Fi)Otball (2). Kiiv .Ieuome Boston . tlaiita, (leoi-fiia ( ' ivil ICiiiiiiii ' i riiii . S. (_■. K.; St-riib Fiiatliall (2); Battalion l-dntlKill (1. ■ . i): First Lieutenant R. O. T. C. Kcilli;HT .McCi IIIE HllAXKSTONK Memphis, Tennessee f ' iril luif itirt rinif Delta Simii.i Plii: Teeli " Y " t ' luh; Civil Crew; Senil) FiMitball ( 1 )j Seruli Baseball (I. 2, 3, 4); Battalion Football (1). Lkwis Hiikwkk tlrift ' iii, Cu ' oi ' fiia ' iril l-hti iitcfriufi Kai)iia Alpha; Bull Do;;; Ko.senie: ti il Cre v; SpiU-eil Shoe; Cotillion Club: Inter-Fraternity Council; Lieutenant U. (). T. C.: Freshman Track: Varsity Track (2. 3, |.) : Marionettes (I. •- ' ). m ' n.WID .InllX HltOADH rEtST Amerifus, Georgia Tt ' xt ilf K 11 ( in e frill if llniiiM- lic.ll (3); Phi I ' .-,i; .Sc -iiiiil l.i. iilniin K. (). T. c:. ROBEHT StEEIEEN BncillKltllK Savannah, Georgia Electrical Eiiginceriiui Savannah Chib;iA. ' I; Ev ' E.; Hattalimi F mi| liall (I, -2. 3, 1); Fir-t I.iciiton;nit l{ . ( ). T. C. V m t ' ' LIwrexce Edward Bbooks CciUege Park, Georgia Ciz ' il Enifinrcrinif )[ A. S. C. E. xfl y . c, C (. FlIANK UeA.-MON lilU ' L ' K Atlanta, Georgia L f li0 Enfffnfermgj[— j_|i.U _ f 1 Tliita Chi; Seahhard and Blade; Swimming Team (2. 3. I); Manager (4); lQnor K ' ll (2 3).;_ i.ieiileiiarit K. O., " C?- i3)i.-. ' Captai ' ■(H ' ' ill m li M I ' ll (IlllDNKll Bill. Aim Clwii ' lDttc. Xm-tli C ' Mrolina ' ' iz ' il liiK infitriiiri I ' lii Sifjiii;! I ,i|i|ia; Civil Crew; FrcsliiiKiii Fiiot- liall; Fresliman Basketball; Varsity Focitliall (3); ' arsity Haskcthall (3). Jonx Campbell Bitt. .Tr. Buena Vista, Georgia Klect viral Eiifiiurerinif I ' i l a]ipa Aljilia: Spiked Shoe; Pi Delta Epsi- lon; Scal)l)ar(i and Blade; Cotillion C ' liiti; Hijrh Tension Cluli; Yellow Jaeket (1, 2, 3), Advertis- iiif; ' Alaiiaf ' cr (3) : Varsity Track Manager. Willie Oliver Ryrd Augusta, Georgia C ivil Eiifjineerinp Pi Faiiilida Delta; Tan Beta Pi; Teilinique (2, 3); Blue Print ( + ); Honor R.ill (2, 3); A. S. C. E.; Lieutenant R. O. T. C. .loilX SVMLEL CanNOX AHanta, Georgia Mt iliiiltlriil iUnjiiii rfini] A. S. ;E.y Free Body Cliilj George Anthony Caiiky Havana, C ' lilia I Archill rl tire Arc ' liitectural Society; Cosmopolitan C ' lnli (1, 2. 3, +), President (4): Alternate Clu-er Leailer (■2); Gke Club (1); Lieutenant K. ). T. C. ■V-s M iAm § ,Sami-ei Mereuith Carmack Decatur, Georgia ._ _, , Textile. Enyineeriny T Sf rj J Tj ll!Ai.Pir Erskixe Carson • Q2= ' k N- ; — — " ' . -. ' - ■ ■ Atlanta, Georgia .i Civil Enfjineeriag - ' Delta Tau Delta; Civil Crew; Freshman Foot- liall; Varsity Football ( + ) ; Captain R. O. T. C. m T - I , JPames Willis Cathey 11 -H. Atlanta, Georgi l_ [|!| Y ' { Lieutenant R .. O. OV C. TecH j iotft (l,y.2 .J: iL ili J .fllSIPir ilviIIIIKIl ClIAIL .Mhmii, Flciri la (iciirriil Sr ' u ' Hi ' t ' Chi IM: I ' hi K ippa I ' hi; ' Delta l-;]isiloii; Scabhard ami Blade; Schi)larshi|i (lnld " T " ;., Freslmian K-say Medal; Honor Roll (1, 2); Yel- low .Jacket (1. 2); Technique (1, 2, 3, 4y, " Assist- ant Editor (I); Captain R. O. T. C; Glee Cluh (2); .Marionettes (1, 2. 3, 4), Bu:;in( SB Mana- Haiuiix Sasdebs C: Decatur, orga Architecture liattaliiin Footliall (1. 2); Freshnjan Foothall t S(piad. u EaHL AxT KOXY ClIIASSOX I ' attersoil ' I Louisiana ( ' h ' U Eiii iiKurlni Sifinia Alpha lipsiloo . Freshman Basebal V. r i r i I ■-; .Ta.MKS .Mo«KI.Axn CliAF X . ICleveia KKI.Axn CliAFJLJ land, (Jliio I ' . j-iJ-1 p7rif7io» ' ■(( I ' .ini ' nticrinii L_ ' : ' Siirrifa CMiiiJ hor K )ll (1); MaribiT te, n{-2. I ? i I Wautbr luivsi ' Kii Cimim: C ' lilmiilius, Clfiii-fihi Eufjini vr ' nni hi ' inist j-ii Jiiiiersoii C ' lii ' iiiiciil Sin ' ietx SiivtiAi. CixntftR CoAc 1 1 m n ClcMrw;itiT, Flnrida Ti t:Jian cal Engineering - fei ' W IlAiMtv Cole Hinniniiliaiii, Alaiiaina Bria le; ' I I , " an Stu ' ietv;, ,V..S. M. E ' IN f r% JHariiV (Dbeab CdiiE , Sliiirpsliiii-i;-, Genrg ' ui vivii KiH iireemi f ' hii n-ew; A. S. C. K.: Lieiften ' Sfiit wmmmmmmm k David Tiioiixtox Coi.eWax Soiner. ' -et, Kfiitucky E lectrirni I-Uni ' tiuf rillii . I. v.. E.; I.icMlciKnit K. O 0. L ' llAlll.KS .MVEIIS C ' OLVEH JacksimvUlr, Flurida Mech(fiiicirl Einiiitii ' i-Uni Free Biidy Club; V. M. C. A, Friendship Coun- L-il; I.ifiitcnant R. O. T. C. : Tftlinique (2, 3). Felix Camp, Jk. Decatur, Georgia TeictHc Eiiifiiif ' t ' i ' int Cross Country (3) ClIAIIlES I ' lilCE COXNALLY, .III. Atlanta, Georgia ; rtSfenervl} Science Beta Tlifta %; ;! sFre«h Ilari• ' • pa l;elll.■.ll: Scrub Hasl«-lli.dl (3, " 4). ' ' ' ' A Ai.VA Roy Con ski. i. Macon, Georgia Chil Knaiiifcrinii Cecu- Whabtos Ckisp Middleton, Georgia Civil Enginfcrini} Rosamond Debekky Ckoss Whiteville, Tennesseo Elmtriral Enijinferinci Square and CompaiS; Tau Beta I ' i: A. 1. K. E.; Honor Roll (2, 3); Freshman Basel)all Squad; Hattalion Football (1, 2, 3) ; jBattalion Basket- ball (1. 2, 3). " 1,; I ; . " ' ' ► vc MiLi.iAM Jefferson Chossweii. Atlanta, Georgia il erhanitai Entjineerini) Kajtpa Signia; Honor Roll (1); Skvdl and Kej " ; ' Koseme; Cotillion Clul tenant R. O. T. C. . S. M. JB.; FjJTSt LJQii- Jessk FitANK ' riN CitrrMi ' Piiir Hliift; Arkansas I ' h ' rl i-iffil I ' UniiiU ' i ' riiui OlIEN ON ' EAL CrjlMIXGS I ' ortlMinl, Arkansas Eh ' ctricdl I ' Jiiijinecrinif First Lieutenant R. O. T. C. .luEi. Daniel Atlanta, Georgia Mf ' f ' htinicttl Entlinrvrhig .1(111 N t ' lN MM-.iiA.M Daniel Dicatur, Georgia . rrliitril lire K.i|i|ia Siiiriia; Ilnm.r Uoil (1). I JoT.T. Edwaku Deax. .Til. Riiiiie, Genrjria Textile EiifiineeriiH Sigma Alpha Ep ilnri; Phi INi: Intt-r-Frati-r- nity Ouincil; t ' ntillion C ' Juh. .loEL .Iacksox Dean Beaiiinttin. Georgia dpi I Kntfiiieerinij A. S. C. E. J MES I.iriDX ue.Iahxktte X; rcros . Georgia General Science ' Lieiilcnaiit H. ). TnC ; Frc -lmian Trac] I.ori? Don; I. s dkI .(lm n CaiiKien. Smith Carolina --— ,j V Ttxtilf Einfiineriiuf SifriiW Alj.ha F.]isil.in; I ' lii Ps ( 1 AIIKXCK HkCK DlHKIE Miami, Fliiriihi ICIf rfrirni 1 ' ii( iiif ' friint lluiiur K.ill (1, • ): Sdiolarsliip Cold " T " . Joiix HEii. ' rAx Dohey ' i (•enn(■s, liuliaiia . rrhili ' rf tin C ' lii I ' m; ArcliitntiiT-al Si tiet ; CWec Club (2); ■S ' .-llnw .lai-kft (2, 3). W ' lI.MOT Caulvi.ks Doi ' C.r.AS I ' riiv.-etnn, West Virjiinia . n-bifrct nri ' C ' lEdiir.K .MoiiTON DnVAi Rome, (leorgia I- ' Ict ' t riral !•] ini ' iiH I ' riiKi Kappa Kappa I ' si ; A. I, I ' .. K. ; liaiid (1,2.3. 1). V W ' lIIIAM I ' atiknck OrNN. .lit. Atlaiitii, Gt-Drjria KU ' riririil I ' JiKfiiH-frinii Fi Kiip] a Phi; Skull and Key; Hipli Teii ' .idli Chili; Ciitiiliiin C ' liih; (Ike and .Mandolin Cliili C . 3). HaiUIV I-jnVAHI K. T(IN Fort Benning, Georgia Elfrfriral Ennini ' i ' yitiii Beta I ' lieta I ' i ; Maiionettes; ' elliiw Jai-kct: Blue Print. l - ri -M.Kinox K!) v.Altl . — Atlanta, Cleorgia Of n ' rul r ' ni itn crini Plii Kappa Phi; Scliolarsliip Giild " I " : H.ini Unll (1, 2, 3, +) ; I.iintenant R. O. T. t. W ' li rii It CdiiK |- ' ,in ' Ai{iis . tlanta, Geurjjia Eh ' i-trlfiil ilmihieerinii . I. E. E. -( ' - il M J Jal ' kson I ' ' ki - " IKT Aslifvillc, North (■.inilina (fencral Srienrf I ' lii Kii) pa Sijrma; Himiir Roll (1); Skull and Ki-y: ( " ifiieral Science C ' luli; Frcsliiiian Fo()tI)all; r.,ittalinii Fdothall (2): [.icut, iiaiit H. O. T. C. Hll.MBIl DcJlGIAS KlM HKII, .111. CiiUoden, Genr jia E ni iin ' t ' rint CJit ' in is t rti Delta Sifjiiia Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Scahbaril and Blade; Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Emerson Chemical Society; ra))tain U. ( ). T. ( ' . (2, 3). Colonel (4). WllMAll HitlA:M; I ' lNL llKIt, .J«. Mountville, Georgia Oeni ' riil Eii ' iiiufrimi Lieutenant R. O. T. C. Phkntiss Enw ' Aiins FisniAV. ,Tn. Miicon, Georfria Sjn ' riiti I ' t ' .flili ' riT? _j — : --f —fT- - -TK AMKS Thomas Fiemis ; AtlaiitM. Gei)r}ri;i Sftfridl TfxtiU ' 1 I Hoi-JtFS W.M.TElt F ' kKDEHHK Atlanta, Georgia Mtt ' hniiirai Kntfineerintf Sigma N ' li; Free liiitly Clul); Kajipa Kappa Psi; Soal)l ar(l ami Blade; Hand (1. 2. 3. I); Tech- nique (2. 3, 1): Cajitain R. (). T. C: Marionette Orchestra (2). HymAX FliEKMAX Atlanta Georgia Lewis .Iacksox Fhoshin Alexander City, Alaliania t ' fuutnercc Pill Kpsilon Pi; Marionettes. ' III ClYDK TnUil ' KN Finn Wcssim, .Mississi])jii M t rhtinifiil l in iittt ' iiiKi SitfiiKi Chi; .Si|iiMrc nnd C ' lmipaes; rep Body fliili; A. S. .M. !• ' ,.; Assistiint Manager Baseball (- ' . 3). CiiAiirEs Edwin Ciammage Aineric ' us, Georgia ( ' ii ' il En finefirlii(f A. S. C. F,.; Civil Crew. Isaac Caiaix Gakuhk. Jh. .lat ' Uson, Mi.ssis-si] pi ilcni ' ntl Srifiirf I ' ll! GairiiiKi Delta; I ' i Delta E]isil(in; Inter- Frati rnity Coiineil; (Jeneral Seieiue Club; Arelii- Icitural Soeiety; Battalion Basketball ,(ll ' 2) ; ■fellow Jacket (1, 2, 3, 4), Business Manager (3, 4.); Marionettes 1, 2. 3, t). Stage Manager i ), ' irr-l ' r(-i lent (4). I ' aIM. Hi:||N Mill liAKCIA Atlanta, (icorgia (I ' i ' ln i-til Sriince W ' uTKH IIkshy CJi.kxx OiiMtin-, CirDijiia Ti.iiilr Enyineeriiiji Tlieta Chi Uwtx Hii.i Godwin I.fiiox, Georgia J nhltirtvre Arcliitfrtiiral Scicietv Kdwin Ji)i:{. CiiirtK Wiliiiiimtnii, Xorth Carolina f ' iiniltU ' rcf Plii Sijriiia Kajipa; Scluilarslii]) Ciold " l " ; Kresliiiian " V Club; V. M. C. A. Cal)inet (3, i). I ' resident (-t) ; Stmlcnt Council (4-); Honor UoU (31; Teclinii|m- (2). KZKA I ' uatl ' ONT CiltAUA-M Atlanta, Cieorjria Kli-i ' l riral Knijineerinij Lieutenant li. (). T. C. m ■:£i r MAX vh:ii Hf;i{i:v (inAXT Atl.iiitn, Georgia Sigma Alpha Kpsilim; Plii Ka|)p:i I ' hi ; Srliol- arship Gold " T " ; Honor Roll (1, •_ ' , 3): Varsity Tennis (2. 3, !■), Cajitain (3, 4-); First I.iiiiti ' ii- ant K. (). 1 ' . C: General Science C ' liilj. .Ill IAN FllAXC ' IS GllAV ll.iialMin, Genri;i,i .trvhilirtvrf Alpha Tan Oniejia : Charrette Cliil); I ' i Helta Kpsilon; ,. .. ,. Chili; Marionettes (2, 3); Blue Print (I, 2. 3, 4-); YiUow Jaeket (1, 2, 3, 4), .Manajrinjr Hflitor (3), Editor-in-chief (4); Boxinii- Team (2). 1,KK AaHON GlIEEX Atlanta, Georgia Mi ' i-lnmi ' iil J ' jHt iiit ' triui A. S. M. K.; Free Hody Ckili; Boxing Team (1) ; Lieutenant U. O. T. C. RdllKlir W ' ll.SOX GllEEX. .In. .Maylield, Kentucky ICIi ' rtrlrdI l- ' iniinPerinri Sigma I ' ll! i ' " ,psiloTi; Tan Ueta I ' i: High 1 1 M- ioii I ' luh; A X. K..J.; Yellow .laeket (3). m p Wallace Jaues Grkexe Cornelia, Genrgia dene ml Knijineerinii Umicir Knll (i). James Hexrv C ' iRoves. .Ik. Marietta, Georgia Textile EnffineeriiHi Sifiiiia Phi Eivsilon; Phi Psi: Blue Print (2, 3). AtOrSTUS WlIJvERSON " Guxx Cuthbert, Georgia Te.rtile Ertfliheering Sigma Chi; Phi Kappa Plii; Tau Beta Pi; Phi P i; Scholarship Gold " T " ; Honor Roll (1); Co- tillion Club: Cheer Leader (1, 2, 3. 4), Head Cheer Leader (4): Assistant Track Manager (1); Assistant Football Manager (2); Captain R. O. T. C. Robert Chester H aoc.ard Portcrdale Georgia Textile Engineerintj Battalion Footliall (1, 2); Lacrosse ' ( ) ; Z. Z. t lob. !| i;l ll ' i ' iin:i{s Ar.i.nN Haii.i;. .Fh. (iiiiTit-sille, {Iforfchi M cflKiiiirdl i ' Uifiiiiet ' riiiif l " i Kiippa Al| li;i: Cntillimi Cluli; Vfllnw Jack- it (1. 2. 3). .1(11! N W ' iMjus f I. i . loxn. Jr. Ciriffin, Cli-orfjia tCh ' rl rira f ' j ni imt yhn I ' lii Kappa SifTiiia; Tau Bita I ' i ; Hifrli ' Ifiision C lull; ffitilliiiii Club: Hnnnr Hull (1, 2); Inter- F ' rati-niity C ' liMU-il; Marinm-ttrs; I.itnitcnant R. (). T. C. ROBKIIT l,KI AMI H miV Calliiuin, tif(irf;ia Civil En()iiii ' iiiiii Civil Cirw: A. S. C. K., I ' r.sidiiit (1). Cii Mil IS iii:l . ' Ahii i: H viiiiis Kii ' luiiiind, N ' li-fiiiiia I ' i .itilr hliniinririltit Chi I ' l.i: IMii l i; Cutillini) Ciiili; Maiioni-ttr l.i.iilcM.iiit U. (). T. C. m m A Robert McComex Hakuis Macon, Georpia (ruii ' ml Ein iiiitriiiii Himor Hull (3): A. S. . LE.; A. I. K. E. HuBKlIT Ol.lN HakIUS Atlanta, (jenrifia t ' il ' il Eniiini ' trUui Tail Beta Pi: A. .S. C. E.; Hni:ir Hnll (1, 2) Captain K. O. T. C. Exos Samiei. Hahtmxn Atlanta, Cleoriiia (li ' iiirnl Sclfnrc Pi Ka])pa Alpha m m .1 A M ES StI- aSt " LfIiYNS V( hit 1 1 Darlington, South Carolina Tf.rtili- Kiii hiei ' ihiii Phi Kai pa Sifinia; Sl uU anil Key: C.itillinn Club;! Freshman Track; Varsity Track (3): Ma; rinnetties. - " Ml ' ■ ' ■ " " " ■ " " ' ' ' " ' " - ' LoiiKxzo QrixN Hkad Dalton, Georgia Tc.etile KiujineeriiKj S(iuarc arul Compass; Freslmiaii " V ' (lull; Freshman Track; Cross Country (2, 3); N ' arsity Track (2, 3); Battalion Football (1, 2). RlUlKUT ilENRY IllOUOX Calvary, Georgia 0. r. ce - ' FlIAXCIS Mahiok Hii.i. Atlanta, Georgia Ofuf i ' al Enijiiiei-rinfj H | ■ Roll (1. ■_ ' . 3. 4); Tai. ]5eta I ' i ; Briacr- caii Soi-iety. U.M I ' ll Kl; N K Hor LAM) Atlanta, Georgia ( ' nmi)U ' rct ' Clii I ' lii: Skull atul Key; Koseme; Bull Dog; Delta SIguia I ' I; Inter-Fraternity Council; Fresh- man Football; Freshman Baseball; Varsity Foot- ball (2, 3, t): Narsity Track (2. 3); ' arsit Baseball (2) : " T " Club. i A i M r i» - ' KeXXAX Et-GKNK HOII.IXGSWOIITH Tamita. Flnriila deiifriil Eni iiKcriini Briaerean Society: Hiiiinr linll (2, i). V. J ou:s Ph ARJI Jloi.MES LaGrange, Georgia Textile Engineerinii li.ta Tlifta l ' : Honiir Roll (1): niiii- Priiil (3. -I): I ' ccliniqiu- (1). i Waiter Li.oyd; Pljjpspif LaGrange, Georgia Tf ' .rt He E nij infcrin i Alpha law Omega: Cotilliim Cliili; Aiiieiieaii Textile Society. Jamks Muhtox Hrn Dalton, Georgia MiilHiiiiriil IhniinfieAng!- Kappa Alpiia .. II . I H I I. I I I M b4 I ' liiMi ' ' j:nKn Hfrrux Sii Miinali, (IfDrjtia ' (IfiK ' fiil Sriciici ' KM|i|)a SifiiiKi; tienei-al Sciencf Club; Scalibard iikI Blade; First Lieutenant H. O. T. C. C ' lIAUI.KS Rui ' KIIT IkWHN Atlanta, Georpia Kit ri lifiil ICnii ' ini irinii llnuiu- li.ill (1, 2); ' arsity Lacrosse (3, 4); liattalinn Basketball, Caiitaiii: Battalion Foot- ball: Caiitain K. ( ). T. ( ' .: De.Molay. TuClJiAS .Iahch Iiiwix Atlanta, Georgia (rt ' tH ' i ' ttl Hnifiiicfriiuf C ' rClI. AlMXANDKU .Ia iison Atlanta, Georgia ' i mni) ' rcp I ' i K ' a))pa Alpha; Alpba Kappa Psi; Aljiha Delta Sigma; Skull and Key; Kosenie; Bull Dog; Seabbard and Blade; Sjiiked Shoe; Freshman l- ' oiitball: FnsluTian Basketball, Captain; Fresli- niaii Baseball; Seruli Footl)all (2. 3); Varsity (1); N ' arsity Baskitball {•- , 3, +), Alt. Cajit. (t) ; N ' arsity Traek (2, 3, !■), Alt. Capt. (4-) : Inter- l- ' rateniity Conucil; Student Council; " T " Club; Cutillion Club; .Member . thletic Association; X ' ice-l ' rcsident .luiiior Class; Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class; 1 .i.uti Haul Cnhmi-I H. (). T. C. Geohge Miudi.eton Joiixsox ' Elbcrton, Grorpia I ' i Laiiilida Delta; Pi Delta Kiisilcm; I- ' .mi.tmii Cliemieal Soeiety; Freshman " Y " Club; Ameri- can Siieiety Ccramieal Engineers, President (i); ■reehni(|ue (1, 2, 3, 4.), Circulatidn Manager (3), Assistant Business Manager (4); Yellow Jacket (3, 4), Assistant Circulation Manager (4) ; Blue Print (1, 2. 3, 4), Photographic Editor (4); liattalion Football (I). Cl.ARK WOBTLEV JoN ' ES Dalton, Georgia ) Mechiinlrnl EngineeritKj Alpha Tau Omega; A. S. M. E., President (4); Free Body Club; Tech " Y " Club, President (2): Lacrosse (Ti. 4); All-Battalion Foothall (2). Francis Llewellyn Kaestle ' = Memphis, Tennessee Kli ' vtrira] Enyineermij Theta Chi; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Scab- bard and Blade; High Tension Clul); A. I. E. E.; Debating Team; Technique (2, 3); Honor liojl {1. 2, 3); Captain R. O. T. C. August Andre Kellek Athens, Georgia Elfrlncal Enffineerinii Theta Chi; Higli Tension Cluli; A. I. E. E.; Caiitain R. O. T. C; Battalion Basl ctiiall (4); Battalion Football (2). i JIi:ni{Y Jkuvkv Ki;i i Augusta, Georgia ciril Enqineeriiui , - I ' i K;i| |ia Alpha; Scabbard and Blade; ' A. S. C. E.; Marionettes; I.ieidenant li. O. T. C; Georgia Teeli Aero Cluli. KiKix Wkbb Kknxkdv Cii ' e n ' ille, ' J ' exas f ' Vi] Enc iitcf ' .riiui I ' hi Kajjpa Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta I ' i; Seabliard and Blade; Civil Crew; Honor Roll (1. •- ' . 3); Teebni(iue (1, 2); First I.ieuteiiaMt R. O. T. C. Tom LrRiifiKi d Kfnnhdy. .Jr. Tampa, Florida t ' iz-il Einiiiif ' 1 ' iinit A. S. C. K.; .. ' .. .. Cluli; Hydraulies Club; Bine Print (1). Hroii BiiiKiiEAi) KniK-vfAx Atlanta, Gi-orgia ft ' cnrral Sclfiirf Si " nia Chi C ' llAKI.ES .Toltx KxdKXEH St. Peter.-lmr.!;-. Flori(l;i Civil Etuiiniiriiiii " m Knpiia T.ni; A. S. C. E. James Wai.tok I.amku Statesboro, Georgia ( ' nmmci ' cc Tlii ' tii t ' lii; Gene Turner Bililc Class, Sccrttarv Frcsluiian " V I ' hili: Z. Z. Z. Chili; H.iiKir linl (+)■ ' 1 i ! C fU Willis Poweli " . Lanier Statfsbm-o, Georgia Commercf Gainiiia Si lUade; Honor Roll (2. 3); Stiulent Siip|)ly (i): Kit ' le Team (+); Ca)itain K. ( ). T. C. John Coiktenay I.eHky i -_gavannah, Gcoriiia Arrliih ' rturc Sigma Phi Eijsilon; Scabbard and IMade; Arelii- te. ' tural Society; Captain R. O. T. C. J-- i n Ja-mks Hai{iii.s(!x Lewis Athiiit;i, (;fi rfi;ia Kh ' i ' t firni I ' tiifinct ' riiifi Clii I ' lii; Hi;!li Trnsioii Cliil) William Akdis Lewis Riij.ton, Louisiiina Commerce Ka| | a Sigma; Delta Siijina I ' i ; Cotillion Club IlhiiMAN David Luach LaFayette, Georgia niertn ' cfil I ' miineerimi A. 1, K. E.: Lieutenant K. (). T. C. RalI ' K CllSTNKR I.OVELL Atlanta, CieDriria Meehdnifdl I ' Uiii ' ttii ' cy ' wii I ' i I.aiiiliila Delta: Fne Biuly Cluli; A. S. -M. K. Francis Dwiii I.(ivkttk Atlanta, ( " u ' lirfria Elirtrifdl KmiiiK i riini Scabbard .iiirl Uladr: Caiitaiii K. O. 1 ' . C Radio Cluli. iliiTOx Hkrbert Lucky Matthews, Georgia Electrirul E iKiiiiieriiiff Unn.ir H.ill (3) --. ). Clarence ArsTiK I.rxDY — • Helen, Georgia Electrirul Entlinftrinfl A. S. E. E.: iiattaliuii Foiitball (3); Battalinn Basketball (2, 3. 4); lieutenant H. O. T. C. jA rES CiRAV 1,1 TKK Minter Citv, Mississi)i])i Merhaniral Entjiiietrinii Phi Kappa Phi: Homir KoU (2. 3); Scholar- ship Gold " T " : Free Bn.ly Club; A. S. M. E.. Secretary. Kknnktii I ' lioTiiiio MacMilla ; Charleston, South Carolina Elertriral Eni iiiei ' iiiii Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; A. I. K. K. ; li. . K. Chill. W ' lTiiA r Alexander Maddox, .Tii. Atlanta, Georgia (reneral Kniiineermij Ai.FOXSO Abel Magaxa Aliuaehajian, Salvador, C. A. leiu ' rol Scienre Delta Tan Delta; Cieiural Science Cluli; Ma- rionettes (1, 2. 3). Hai sev I.aDie M m I uitv Decatur, Georgia (rritfral Srieiir Battalion l- ' ontliall (2, 3): Emerson Clieniical Societv: I.ientenant It. (). T. C. 1 StEI ' HKX N ' ki.s(in Mai.oxe Atlanta, Georgia Scabbard and Hlade; Phi Kappa Plii; Bt-ta C ' .amma Sigma; Lieutenant-Colonel R. O. T. C; Scholar- hip Gold " T " : Honor Roll (3, 4). Fraxk Goutier Marshall Atlanta, Georgia , i Cirll Enoineirimi . A, A. S. C. E.; Scal)bard and lilade; Lieutenant Colonel R. (). T. C. WiiiiAM IOdwis -Marshall, .Jr. Jlontezuma, Georgia ' - Kuqint ' i ' rinii Cbrmisti ' i Tau Beta Pi; Scholarship Gold ' " T " : Freshman " Y " Clob: Tecli " V " Club (2); Emerson Clienii- cal Society; }lon..r Roll (1, ■_ , 3): Band (1. ■ . 3. Wii.iiA.ii John- McAipiv Atlanta, Georgia Conimerre Honor Roll (1, 4) W ' lii.iA.Ai KuAXKi.rx McCain CurrolltDii, Al.iliiiMia Cotnmfrre Assist.-mt Business Manager Georgia Tecli ■■AIuiiiiiiin ' " (3. +). TlIKOUOKK MiCAJAH Mc ' Cl.FI.I.AN Ciiliinibus, Georgia Commcrrfi Tlicta Clii; Beta Gamma Sigma: I ' lii Kappa I ' lii; Sc ' al)l)arcl and Blade: Fresliman Baseliall; Freshman " Y " Chdi: Captain R. O. T. C; Junior Manager Footliall (3), Senior Manager { + ) ; R. A. R. Alton R. McDaxiel Calhoun, Georgia General Scienie I ' i I,aMil)da Delta; General Sciinee Chili: ' i ' eeh- nique { " 2, 3, +), Assistant Circulation Manager (3), Clerical Manager (4); Blue Trint (t). Cakiioii Key McDaxiei. N ' orcross, (ieorgia f ' ivil Enr iiieerimj Sigma Xu: Lacrosse (4): Civil Crew: First Lieutenant R. O. T. C.; Battalion Foothall (1, 2); Scrub Footl)all (2). WiiTiAM -Marvin- McGbaw Dienin, Georgia Ehrl rinil K lu inft ' rinff l ' Kappa Plii: Tan Beta Pi; I ' lii Kappa Plii: Scaliljard and Blade: High Tension Club; A. I. E. E.; First Lieutenant R. O. T. C; Honiir Roll (1, 2. 3). Hauleigu Heath .McGregor j I Cameron, Texas I ■ Commerce ' ' " Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa P i: Kappa Kappa Psi; Glee Cluh; Band (1, 2, 3, 4). Eii.isos Stanley .McN ' eice Thomastitn, Cieoi ' gia ' ommerre Kappa Sigma: Manager ' a sity Basi 1)all (4); Freshman Baseball, Manager (3) ; Delta Sigma Pi; Alpha Delta Sigma; Cotillion Clnl); Marion- ettes (3, 4), Secretary and Treasurer (4). I ' ' Allan Tvndall McN ' eill Amerieus, Georgia Commcrrf Sigma N ' u; Al])ba Delta Sigma; Kap]ia Kappa Psi; Major R. O. T. C; Glee Club (2, 3, 4) ; Band (1. 2, 3, 4): Inter-Fraternity Council (3); Direc- tor GUe Cliili Orchestra (2, 3); Assistant Band Leader (3, 4). ■ 1 l)(iNA[i) FiM AV Ml U m: MfUiU ' , CjeiM-f;i;i f !i tH rill Slit nrr I ' hi Drila Th.-ta; N ' arsity Fdotliall (3, i) ; arsit ' I ' rai-k (2); Frrsliiiian Football; Fresh- man TrarU; Kom-iiu ; Bull Oofr; Cotillion Club; (Jcncriil Science Chib; Cilee Clul); Student Coun- cil (3. t); Inter-Fraternity fnuncil (2. 3. t). Elias MKjn P.-reira, Coloinliia, S. A. I ' Iril ■ ' iif;itii ' Ciliiii A. S. C. E. .l.niN C ' l.co .Mmau iws Atlanta, C.corf;ia » in f ' ll I ' jiii inrrriit; Captain U. (). ' I ' . C. ; Winner Individual Drill (2). .loiiN F ' oi KY MiaiCKU Slireveport, Louisiana Mcrlirniirol Eiijiinen-iiici I ' i Kappa I ' lii: Skull and Key: Inter-Fraterni- tv Couueil: tdtillinn CIuIp: A. S. M. K. :-■■! La«hexcf. Charles JIehciiaxt Hiltiiiiire, Xiirtli Ciirnlina ( ' iril En(iineei ' iiiit Seci-etary and Treasurer A. S. C. E.; Lieuten- ant R. (). T. C; First Class Cunner; Honor Roll BiiAUtolU) Mekkv Augusta, Cleorjria Mechanical Ent hicrriini ' ' y Kappa Sigma; Hnniir Roll (1 " ); Lieutenant R. O. T. C; Football Manager (2, 3); Battalion Football (1, 2, 3, 4). | ) James Hojler -Milleb Atlanta, CSeorgia ,J (hiiiral Enin»ee n. Briaerean Society; Co-Op Club: A Kapj)a Kappa Psi; Captain Band; Seabliard and Blade; Honor Roll (1, 2); Glee Club (3, 4); Band (2, 3. 4). WnilAM HeXRV MlIlER Laniiiert, Cieorgia Vh-it Enijinecfinff A. S. C. E. J _ c l_ m m if4i RoHKKT Hi;nj. .mix MoHKr.AXU Woodbury, Ueorfria T CI ' till ' Eiif iiU ' t ' rini Freslunan liasrhall; Krrslinian IJaskftball ; ' arsity Baseball ( ' . ' , 3); N ' arsity Basketl)all (3); Koseine. Wiiii.AM I.iTTi.E .Morris Columbus, Mississippi (rent ' mi Kmiimcring SaMUKI, DlBoSL MlHRAY Xewnan, Georjria Criminerrf Alpha Tau Oniefra; Frishman Footliall; ' al■si- ty Football (2, 3. i); Anak; Bull Dog; Koseme; Skull and Key; Xice-Presidfnt Freshman Class; President Sopbouiore Class; Presiflent Junior Class; President Senior Clafs; Student Council (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3), President (4); Inter-Frat Council (3-4), Secretary (4); Cotillion Club. (l Vlll: KWII I M VKRS Atlanta, Ccnrfiia TCii()iiii!Prin(i ( ' hdnuilrii Literary Society: Boxinj;- S(|uad (I); Marion- ettes (1, 2, 3. t); Lieutenant K. (). T. C. : Frcsb- uian S bolarship lircoril A rrafi-e !)(i.lt; Honor Holl (I, 2). Frkd George Myi.ius Atlanta, Georgia ' I ' l ' V Enijineirhtg Tail Beta Pi; A. S. C. E.; Emerson Chemical Society; Pi Delta Epsilon; Bhie Print (3, 4), Business Manager (4.) ; Honor linll (I, 2, 3). James Em.mett Nance Bell Buckle, Tennessee ilei ' hiiiiicul Engineering LeRov Ml xroe N ' apier Miami, Florida Civil I ' ht;flneerinff Hugh Waosek Xewmerry Mountain City, Tennessee Engineering Chemixfri Plii Gamma Delta; Emerson Cliemical Society: Phi Kappa Phi; Glee Club. .[. I ' ' t:nnKi.i. Xiciioi.i Lockliart, Tcxiis ( ' ii ' il I ' jiii inrt ' rint Sijiiiia C ' lii; Tail Beta Pi; Phi Ka|i]ia Phi: Civil Crew: Bliii- Print (2); Captain H. ). ' I ' . C; Sraliliaril and Bhule; Honnr Rdll (1, 3): Intcr- Pratcniity Cnnncil (3), Trfasiirer (!■). TiioiiAs Olivei! Ott. Jh. Ciihimlms, Georgia Ti-.rtile Enfiinecriny I ' lii (lamina Delta; Freshman Swimmini; Team; .Marinnettis (1, 2). HooKii MlKeene Pack, .In. Cnliinilms, CSeorfiia ( ' iril I ' lmi ' incerinri Sigma Xii; Senior Manager Varsity Baseball (4.); A. S. C. E.; Aeronautical Club; First Lieu- tenant P.. (). T. ( ' .; -Marionettes (1); Battalion Foiitliall (2, 3, t). CiiAKi.ES Leon Park MeColluMi, Georgia ' oititin ' rrr Pi Ka|.i a Al|.ha J A " I ill AIM DrHFREE PaHKIXS Kdison. Georgia General Enyineeriinj ScabbaVd and Blade; Captain R. O. T. C. S()uare and Compass. ,V , iSAJFUEi. ' Waitku Parnkili:. J]i. Savaniiali, Georgia O ' enetUfl . ' Science Delta Tau Delta: DeMolay Cliili; Savannah Clnb; Technique (1); Blue Print (3); Captain R. O. T. C : Mari.mettes (1, 2, 3): Band (1, 2, 3. 4). DoniLAS CoTlIXGHAM PaSI EY Thoniaston, GrCor a, t ' mntnerce Simula Xii .Ia:mks Vkxabie Patrick Atlanta, Georgia ( ' onmierre Band (3. i) TT ' T David Kohkkts I ai ' i.k Hniiiswiik, Georftia ' ' ItiI FjHijineeyimi Hattaliiiii Finitliall (3); AeriMiautical Associa- tion; A. S. C. K.; Il.inor Roll (1). Benjamin Bugg Peacock Atlanta, Georgia Text ill ' Emiinicrinji " arsity Cross C itry (3); Ti-ack (2, 3); Hon- or Rol! (1). Horace Henry Peek. Jr. Chattanooga, Tennessee Mcchtaiii-ifl Ktniiiti ' rrinij Sigma Clii: Cotillion Club; A. S. M. E.; Ma- rionettes (1): Battali-m Football (1, 2,4). IIakhv Leo Penn JaeUsoiiville. Flnriiia ICieft rirul K infim t ' fitifi Tlieta Chi; Rifh- T.-aiii (1); Radio Club: Cap- lain R. (). T. C; HDinir Roll (1. 2); Chief 0|)er- abir W.t;..S.T.; .Studeiit ,Sn| l)ly " 26-27. M l | , hII. III JH P ff«ff Percy Haiioi.d Perkins, Jn Claxtmi, Cieorgia Gfiif ral Srieitrf I ' i Kappa . l|ilia; Track (2, 3, i) ; Fi-fsliiiian Ti-ai ' k (1); Scaliharil and Bladr; Spiked Shm-; Arcliitecturai Society; Yellow Jacket (2); Tecli- Iiiijue (2, 3); Lieut. U. O. T. C. (3); .Major (4.); Fre.shman " Y " Clui); DeMolay; " Y " Cabinet (3). m i i iiii . ii . i .J i i h I , FlIEI) AVilI.l.VM Peri.itz Houston, Tt xa.s Ti ' .ililf Enyinefriiiii Siiiuia Phi fipsilon; Phi Psi ; Cotillion Club; Battalion Football (I). ■ Wii. ' T.iAM Hexrv Peri.itz Hou.ston, Texas Te- ' ilU ' Enijineeriny Sifiiua Phi I ' ' .psilon. t- ' V mu 11 rA .T.V.-MES LeRoY PlIlLIlI ' S . tlanta, tleorgia ' ' eiifnif I ' hufhu ' i ' y ' nttf Co-Op Club; Scliubir.shi|i Cinlil " T " ; Scaiibard and lilade; Honor Roll (1, 2. 3). tli tm m ArHF.IlT C ' lI.ADSTOXE PlIlKI.E Xorcross, Georgia Gi ' iu ' nil I ' Jiiiiiiiecriiitf S(|iiai ' i ' ami C ' lujipuss; Bfiaercan Sofiety. .roSE MI ThADDEIS PiKOG Savannah, Georgia Oenirnl Engincerinij Lieutenant U. O. T. C. ; Rattalian Foolliall (2, 3, t); Scnil) Foi.tliall (:)). l.iEWEii.vx William Pitts Atlanta, Geoi-gia ; ; Architecture Alpiia Tail Oriiega; Phi Kappa Plii; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Cliariette C ' lul); Arehitc--- tiiral Society; Technique (1, 2, .3, -t), Editor-in- chief (4); Blue Print (3); Honor Roll (I, 2, 3, +); Marionettes (I. 2, 3); Student Council (i). James Mnnnocit Polk Atlanta, (i " orgia (h ' livriil I ' lmiinacrhKi A. S. M. E. ■ ' ' ' llLMtY KlKIAU I ' dWKIl. ' Atlaiitn, (leDrpia I Ofntrixl Eiui ' intt fill fi Hriiierean Siicicty; I.ifiiti-iiMnt R. (). T. ( " . l;:ittalii)n Basketliall. a ' iR(;n, Oscar Puwkm. Drexel. Xortli Caraliiia Vh ' il Eniiiiiiriinii Rifle Tt-aiii (2): 1 1 wlraiilic-s Cliili; Captain li O. T. C; Battaliun Fnntliall (2). . i ' K Haury Ski hv I ' irnkii.. ,1k. Va liini:-ton,.D Q „, FJivtr ' iciti Kiit iiieeriiiii I.aiTDssf (3); Scaliliard and Blade; lli li Tin ion Cliili; Af ri)iiatitical Association; A. I. E. E. Major K. O. [,T. C I t Ton Haiiiiiscn- Haxkin If Macoji, Georgia T ' Ka])i)a Al|ilia; Civil Crew; A. S. (4. E. , r.7 , _ - .t .._- -_.. ■•r -- ' ' axce Oi.xey Haxkin. Jll. Athinta, (u-orgia ' imniirrrp Sigma Chi; Battalion Basl ctliall (1); Beta Gainiiia Sigma; Delta Sipuia Pi; Scal)l)ar(l and Blade; Lieutenant H. (). T. C; Honor Roll (1, 2, 3) ; Sdiolarsliip Cold -T " . William Mahshali. Uait. .Tri. Atlanta, CJeorgia First I.ientenant li. (). T. C. Haujiv Baxtdh Rekves Augusta, Cieorgia Civil hjiii inci ' riinf A. S. C. E.; J.ieiitcnant li. O. T. C. WlLLIAAl FhaXCIS RkE Birniingliaiii, Alabama Com infrcr l|llia Tail Omega; Cotillion Clul. AfGX ' STfS W ' ai.tkh Kickknhacii Pvintii (Inrda, I ' ' lnri(la Mcrbaiucdl Kniiinrt ' riutf Kifle Team (2, 3); Free Body Cluli; I.ieuteii- mt K. O. T. C. ; N ' eii W ' Kbn HiiKV Giithrie. Kentuekv Eif ' i-t I ' h ' tii Knijiiwering Delta Sigma Plii: Inter-Fraternity Council; La- crosse (2, 3, 4), Captain (+); Battalion Footliall (3). , , Joiix Reeh Hobehts Ccilartown, Georgia Kltrtricirl EnijinfifrUitj I [ Calvin Hh.hkv KtmEHTsox Gainesville, Cieorgia Gencriil Science U iife ii « S ItctSKNHKItG Atlanta, Georgia ' iril JCuffiiiffirinif A. S. C. E.; Honor Holl (2) Havi ?:v Hqss-Gluxis Statcri Ishind, New " York Cizul ICni inrrriiKi Ihdr.iulics Club Hiiiti;irr Miiiinc.ton San ' fohd Atlanta, Giorgia Enillinerhifi Chi ' mistrii ;; | ., ' i(c-I ' icsi(l(nt l ' ' .iiiersjn Cliemical SocieFV ni-i)ii;v (uiiiiioN Sansiil ' uy, ,Tii. Flirt Mfl ' lierson, Gei)rt;ia I ' jIei ' Irlriil Kimhici ' iiiii) V,, SaxfoIrd Esek Sapkksteix Atlanta, Georgia Cnmniprre l|.ha Epsilon Pi; Battalion Baskctliall; Homo linll (1, 2); Mainion Club AVaiit.k Lowe Scauuohiugh Coluniluis, Cltoriiia Commerce lUta ThetaPM- Alpha Dflta .Si{;iiia; Pi Delta Epsilon: Technique (1, i) ; Blue Print (1, 2, 3, 4), Photographic Editor (2), Assistant Editor (3), ?:ditor-in-chief (4); First Lieutenant R. (). T. C; Stnior Class Historian. Ronald Newman Schartle Atlanta, Georgia Textile Enffineeriiiij First Lieutenant R. O. T. C; Honor Roll (2). Wll.l.TAM SlMEOX SCHKIUFLIS Pretoria, South Afriia Civil Enifinit rinij ehi IMii; Tau Beta Pi; Scahhard and Blade; Pi Delta Epsilon; Civil Crew; Cotillion Cluh; Blue Print (3, 4); Technique (4); Major R. O. T. C; Honor Roll (1, 4); Marionettes (1, 2. 3. 1). Pub- licity Manager (2), President (3. 4); Aiwiouncer W.G.S.T. (3, 4); A. S. C. E.; Aero Cluh. " % CllKKDlil) TaNXEII ScHWMH Savannah, Georjjia ( ' h ' il l ' jjif Inefrinii Delta Tan Delta; Traek (2. 3, 4) ; Basketliall (2); Freshman Basketball; ,Freshman Triwk; Civil Crew; Tau Beta Pi; Spiked Shoe; A. S. C. K.; Seeiind I.ientenant R. (). T. C. ; Honor Roll (1); Friendsliiji Council. Chaki.es Albert Schwaiiiv. Houston, Texas M irhdnirnl Knijineerintf Chi Phi; Cotilli.m Chih; Free Body Clul) S. M. K. (iKour.E MoKTOx Seal Atlanta, Georgia I ' lltrtfictd EinjUif crinii I ' hi Kajijia Phi; Honor Roll (1, 2, 3, 4); Sehol- arship Gold • ' T " ; A. I. E. E. ClIAIIl.KS MoUOAX SKWEI.r., .III. Cartersville, Cieorgia Commfrre HlBERT OlIVEH Sum TTlilXE St;it( Nlioro. Georiria i Tt-rtile Kniiincfrinq .Sijriiia Xn : .Marionettes (1. 2): Lieutenant R. O. T. C. VlII.lA,- I SlLVEHMAX C ' liattanooga, Tennes.-ee , (Dmvierce Tail Epsilon Phi: Band (1, 2); Yeilciw Jaeliet (3), Advertising Manager (4). V Joseph Henry SixgeIi __ _-- ' Atlanta, Georgia ' (imtttt ' yrf Sigma Phi Eji-.ili)n: Delta Sigma Pi; Freslinian Traek Manatrer. ' 4. EuGEXE Clyde Smith Marietta, Georgia f ' ommcn-f Tlieta Chi; Phi Kajipa Phi; Beta Gamma Sig- ma; Pi Delta Epsilon; Delta Sigma Pi; Scabbard and Blade; Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Scholarship Gold " T " : Yellow Jacket (2, 3); Technique (2, 3); Blue Print (1, 2, 3, i). Associate Editor (3). Senior Editor (+) ; Captain R. O. T. C: Winner of Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship Key. il :;( ( " ii;(ihc:k Caiitkii Smith Odessadalc (Kurfria Counntrcr Hint- I ' riiit (4): Li.-iit.-naiit K. (). T. C: Hnnor Roll (2. ). JajiES I.EUBKITKII S.MITII .Mi ' xiM, Texas Mi ' i-hiiniriil IClii inrrriiti Phi Kappa I ' lii ; Tan Beta l ' ; Frt-c Boily Club; H.mor Roll (1. 2, 3); R. A. R.: A. S. M. K. Joii " W ' li.i.iA. ' M Smith Americus, Georgia Genera! Eiiiiineerinii Briaerean Societv MuiiKi AND Smith Atlanta, (ipurijia .1 rrtiitrrl lli ' r Beta Theta Pi; Golf; Arehiti-ctiiiMl Society. " ■ v ' SlDNKV MeHVYX S. IITII Atlanta, deDTuia M rrhnnirnl Kitiiiiufyhui I ' hi KpsUon Pi; Hit ' le Tt-aiii (1. ' _ ' . 3, t) ; Free Hody Cliil); Fir t I.ieutfii.int li. ( ). V. C; Hmior Roll (1, 3). Wiii.iAM tliiAXT Stalker Jolinsoii City, New York fjcn ' -rnl En ' iiin ' prhifi I ' lii l al lia Plii: Tan B( ta Pi; Siiiijirc ami (. " oinpass; A. S. -M. I " ..; Hriaere;in S:K it ty; Hoimr IJoll (1, 2, 3, 4). JosKi ' ii Newton Steed — ■ ' Macon, Georiria I ' JIcrfrirol E iH inrfriiitt A. I. E. E.; First Lieutenant I{. O. T. C: Battalion Football. " ■ ' If. EiixEST Lesiie Stephens Adairsville, Georgia Rriaereaii Society; Lieutenant U. O. ff fi ij Mattalion Football (2. 3, +). ' ' " - — . HI .7(111 N W. M.I, IS StKI ' IIKXS Kiiiiie, Georgia I ' lt ' ft rirnl KiHfiiif ' t ' flu f Tlicta Chi; Tan Beta Pi; Hifrli Tcii ,icj|i Cliil Hattalliin Fd.itliall (1.2): Hiiiior Hnll (2,3). Ci.iFFiini) Ansei .Stkkklaxi) Atlanta, Georgia C ' limnifrre ■,■l ity Track (2, 3); Frcsliin.in Tracli (1); l nM-iiic: Siiilied Slioc SiK-ietv; l.it ' iitcnant ;R..i 05 1. f. - ■ : ' . ■CF, DrBosp; Si ' i.i,iv. x , iulersi»n, .Simtli C ' .-irnliiia Cifil Eiu liU ' criiiii .Sifi-ma Aljilui Epsilnn; Civil Crew; A. S. C. E.; First Lieutenant U. (). T. C; Battalion Footlmll (3); Bnseliall Manager (1). I.UKE l ' " ,riii;NK Tatk Tate, Georgia Cnmmcrcp Delta Tan Delta: Foothall Man.igi r (l);iBaSe- hall .Manager (2, 3, •!•) ; Inter-Fr.ifernity Council (2, 3, +) ; All)lia Delta Sigiii.i. JciriN FllANKlIN ' I ' ayidr Fort N ' lilli ' y, Cn-nrgia .1 ri-h!ff ' t itri- ■ I V X - ,-. Merceii McCali Thadfe Moultrie, Georgia ( ' (immcrce Kajipa Sigma; Footliall ( " J, 3, ). Alternate Captain ( ' t) ; Lacrosse (2, :i) : Kosi ' ine; Bull Dog: Anak; Ct)tillion Club. k U-v Hope Hvi.i Tigxer v Stovall, Georgia Textile Eiifiineerinii Ba-eball (1); Freshuvin Baseliall: Honor Roll (1). i , f ' A ArousTus Da ' is Ti ' kxer. Jr. Atlanta, G ; " ! i _ Ti jlili FiiKi ' meeriiiii Lieutenant H. U. T. €.; Honor Roll (2,, 3, ).; Seholarsliip Goltl ' -; ' i1i.f 111 M i McCcmmIi, Mississip|)i J lcft rirnt h]iiiiini ' i y ' tnij A. I. E. Iv; At-niiiniiticMl Siicietv Nathaxii;!. Sxkai) ' rnts ' Eit. .Ik. Ciivinj.rt(in, CU-iu-ijia Te.v ilc E)iijiiif ' i ' ytiiii Sifiriui Alpha Epsili n; Plii P i HaKIN VlllIN Wai KKll Klii)x illf, XiiinesMe .Siiitial Textile li ' i i ISigni;i Clii Jnsi;i ' ii Ituiuu ' l ' Wai kku Atlaiit;!, Croi-};!.-! 1 ' tf-rt riritt I ' II tfitii t ' rin If Fiiht l.icuti-iKiMt 1{. (). T. ( ' .: liattiiliun Im»iI- h.-ill (8). i " ■ Andrew Bhwik Wahui aw ' ' Ci)limiliia. Snvitli t ' Mrnlin:i F.hrtrii-iil Eiuiiui I rimi Chi Plii; Hijrii Ten ion Club; .Mariunt-tti Stage Managrr (1. 2, 3). ' --. RoSCOE W-4IIS0CK Stilson, GcDrgia Gea e rul JSiiain ee rinif Jiliain John (Iayiek Wattkbsox Atlanta. Genrgia F!lfctrii;iJ F.iiiiiiiierin Delta Sigma Plii : Deflating Team (3); Ba liall,(l). TiiKiirix Ci.ixTOx Wki.i.s Atlanta, Georgia ' ' . rrhitcrltifi ' Studc nts Supply. iP: Hex Jk ' it Wiiatiky MfRae, Genrfiia Tr.rt ilr I ' ] ini ' tinf rin ' f I.ieiitt ' nniit H. (). V. C. I ' inVAHD DaI.TON WlllTK Atlanta, Getii-fiia ClvU Enyinefriiiii Sifiiiia t ' lii; I ' i Delta Kpsiliin ; Scahliard and Blade; Sjiiked Slioe; A. S. C. !• ' ,,; X ' arsity C ' rt)ss Country; Freshuuin Track; Freshtiian Swimmiiij;-; Manager Freshman Swinmiing- (4-) ; Teeliniqiic, Associate Kditor (i) ; Bhic I ' riiit (3, +) ; Si)orts Editor (1); Glee C ' lidi Pulilii ' it - Manager (4); Battalion Football (1, 2. 3); Matlieson Literary iiocietv. .r nK . HAjri.ix ' ni ' i ' ri.ESEY Atlanta, Gtorgia M ri-htniirdi E ni iiif ' it ill! I ' lii Kn|.|,a I ' lii; A. S. M. F. ; Honor Roll (1, 2, 3, -t); Free Body Cluli; Rifle Team (E. !•) ; First Lieutenant R. C). T. C. Bkhxaiu) William Wiioierox Decatur, peorgia .Special .iTe.ft il - ■]5J tg ' - Sigma I ' lii. HOBEKT E.- [II, W ' lniAMS Grovi town, tiei)rjii:ia f ' (!• Eni ineeriiKj I ' hi Kappa Sigma; Cross Country (3); Fresli- nian I5asel)all (2); Civil Crew; A. S. C. E.; Aero- nautical dull; Teclinique (1, 2, 3, +) ; First Lie- tenant R O. T. C; Scabbard and Blade. ' _ ■ Robert _LA3rAR ' iWilliajisox : i ' J anii , Georgia Ctnnmerrt ' Phi Si ina Kappa; Football (2, 3, 4-); Frc li man Football; Freshman Baseball; Coach Bat talion FoofliMlI (2, 3, 4). A Lyxdox Reynolds Wine Fort Eustis, Virgin General Engmeetina , Briaerean Society; Square and Coinjiass; Lieu- tenant R. O. T. C; Scabbard and Blade; Honor Roll (1, 4).|: I j ' c St • V 1 TjioaiAS ' n.I.I ■GHA. I A ' ood Washington, Georgia ' Civil Enr ineeriii Kappa Kappa Psi ; Technique (1, 2, 3, 4.) ; .Blue. " I ' rint (3, I): Band (1, 2, 3, 4). C ■ -■■ . ■ Al.IKN l snN ' U[i;ilT MaciJM, (liMirpin Civil F,iiiiliuerln(j . S. C. Iv; Civil Cicw : [.! ' iitcii.int 1!. O. T. t ' . ,.) SoiOMOX JOSKI ' II YkCI.MAX I.eesbilrg, Georgia f ' rnninrrrf Si.iiiiiii N ' m; Varsity Hasrliall (2. 3, 4): Kresli- iiian Hascliall: Delta Sigma Pi: Lieutenant It. (). T. C. .luiix Hopkins ' ol■ i Atlanta, C ei)rgia Electrical Eniiiiiceriiii C ' lii I ' lii; Swimininfi- Team (3); Battajiim lias kethall (1. • . 3); Ai;I. E. E.: Hifili Tensinn Cliili Major li. (). T. C. ' ' r? Ja:mi:s I.EE YoCNb .In Macon, Seorgia 1 I ' y r iT ' T ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ■ ' ■iii ' ii " ' ' ' i " :i I ' lii Kappa Sif;nia ; Freslimaii Tracli ; Varsity ■lra k (2): S:alil)ar l anil Hladc! CaptiUn K. O. ■r. C: Ilai ir lioirt(l, ' 3). IJ E ill Senior Class Committees UIXt; C(JM.M1TTEE (.KCH .Iamisox Sam .Mihkay IvAjiiiiKKK Ash I! Axc nrr committee lil.ltm (illANT C ' i:i II ■! " 1 is(JN ' IX ir TIOX ( OMMITTEE HK-i Dii: Hkc k ' nki i .IriKii: BKAi(i)h:x Ciii ]ii:i{ ' r nnt:(;s MI;M0H1AI. COMMITTEE Like Tate Skeet Pitts ' aiti:i{ Arinfiii) GiM-Mv A.vn:;uaox 111 i 1? .. St i - m L. r- . mmmmmmmmwmM .-Si- ■sifc ? 4 ' TVyf. nifarjcn. Q m u Jior Junior Poem v? lie Jiniiiirs lire tin- iiiirs chii Imrc the hras.s To liolil cildjt the liiiiDicr of a iliix.i ' J ' li ' il ri ' cot iiiz ' s niiiitiil -iCi ' ii lit And lio ' iC all men ami -ccoiiicii rate .lilt! iclif ' ii a mail hfi-oiiics a prrfcvl r .v.v. Jiixl aiii tliiii .1.77 roii.sr our ilormant ire And an honor most hciiralli ilf.sirc. The Seniors are old hooLish fools And Freshmen lice hi sill 1 rules. The Sophomores to folhnc ns aspire. ' The collef e set all Liioic our hist iiiehnaiiie .Ind Iiorc ice tcon our rca 1 to lastiiiq fame Bi) sprinting in a hurdle raee Or c ettinr hit to reaeh first tiase Or fallini do ' icn while daneinij u-itli some dame. IVe ' re one more i ear to iciii a laurel -,L-reatli. Wild oats to sircC for -ichieli xce ' ll eiiine to i rief. Hut sueh it takes to make us men — To leave us stronger in the end. Our s-words -n-ill ne ' er lie foiiiil within the sheath. Junior Class Officers J. -M. BriEWKii I ' risUloil J. B. I.ii.iARD ' ir( -I ' rrsiiliiit Wadiey Gi.ENN Seen tun mnl Tniisitrir Junior Class Roll Hrcii FiiASKii iki:n. X ' I ' Ih-tin:t7cirk. M( ' rh(uiictil W ' li 1 1 M Ai-i KN Akin llniiiiilli-. Civil KlIANK ' I ' lKllMAS AlKXANIlF.II, II K A . tlnn ffi . ' ii ' il Fi)i)tl)all Ci), Kiisfine Kor.KIIT BakEH Ai.EXANDEIt .Ithinlii, Co-op n. (). T. C. HnsUetball, R. O. T. C. Foot- liall (I, 3), FrchliiiKiii Trac ' k (1), Triick Sqiiad (2), TracU (3), Honnr (2). C ' lAini ' . CriiKTdV Ai.i.JtAif ItiirliCi ' ll. Cliimi.ffri Honm- (1, 2), jKFFEnsox Davis Amhhose, Z N , flan fa, MfcJianical C;ife Cliili. A. S. M. E. (lEDiiCE Ai.ijEiri ' Aloion, A T O (! i ' ri ' iishiii-n, I ' annilcrre I a])j)a K. ' ijtjia Psi I{i!i;EH ' r I- ' .DMdMis Akne ' it. 1 X rnri. . Ti ' iiiK, Cummrri ' i ' .Stewaiit I ' liiNizv Uaiuiett, X " !• Auiinnld. Textile H AlillV Hakxett J till Ilia. Cii-il Glcr Chill (3) Jiiiix Edwaiid Bauknioiit. K 2; Walhalla, S. C.. Commerre Track Mgr. (1), Hnnnr (1), Blue I ' riii! Staff (2, 3) FlIANK BaIIWICK Cordele. Cu-ofi Briaerean Soch ty, Sialiliard and Blade. First Lieutenant, Hiimir (1) Geoiige Noi.an Beaiidex, i a 9 Mailimiii , Co m nirrrr Skull and Key Henky Pointer IU::mis. n Coilio. .IZ .s-.v.. Cil ' il Freshman Track Mgr., Ti ehnique Staff (1, 2, 3), Civil Crew, Cotillion W ' lI.I.IA.ll J(JSEPII BeNISII Htizen, Jrknimax. .1 rrliiti itiiii ' ■ .. 7.. 7,. Chih I m Mll.TON W ' vilK AlINOIll, X ' HoiialiKl ' illi ' . tiintral Sricnri ' Teehniiiue (1), Ciitilliiin Cluli, .Marionettes, 1!. (). T. C. Baskethall .Ia.mes Xewton Baknes Woodatork. Cii ' il A. S. C. E. ClAIlENCE Neai Bahhe ' it. Z I K I ' atiijiii, ' I ' lxas, Com nifrri ' P ' reshnian F ' oothall, Fresliniaii Track, I ' liol hall Manager (2, 3), Lacrosse (2, 3), Skull and Key, K(ls Mlie, Cnlillinll. Bull Do;; ' Ci.iFF Cahaniss Bennett .iflaitla. Cinti nwrrr Phi Chi HaIUIV FllANKI.lN BlCKEHS. ij) K i ' hattanaoija, Tfiiii., Trxtilf Teehuiciue Staff {]. 3) Mil ■lux Win .MOKE Bi.AX ' i ' ox, A 1 ' t Siki ' st on . Mo.. ( tnniif ' rrt ' Yellow .laeki-t Staff (I, 3), Teehnic|ue Staff (1, 3), Delta Sigma Pi, Inter-Frater- nity Council Freshman " V " Clidi, Honor Roll (1. 2, 3) ROLL OF THE JUNIOR CLASS — Continued N; BoiAxD Harhis Boatxer Marietta. Elci ' trical Wii.i.iAM Stewart Boyie, H B II Hutinton. Te.ras, ( ' tiwtnercf C.lee Cliili (1. -2. a). liitt-r-Fraternity Cmin- cil (3) Ll.OVI) P ' UAXCIS I RADKllRI) St. Ji sf ' pti. Ml),, ' ininirrre CiEORGK SkYIES BiiAXT, c[ [ .Ithllifn, ICIrrlririil John Miii.s Brewer. K A f r riff in , (, ' ( nt in e rrt ' ' ice-Prt-.sident Freslmian Class, Vice-Pres- ident Snpliomare Class, President Junior Class, Freslmian Fontliall, Basketball, Freshman Track, ' arsity FuDtball (2, 3), ' arsity Baseball (2), Delta Siftma Pi Sami EI. Martin Brewer, i; A E .ttlnntd. Cliemi.itri Emerson Chemical Society Kenneth I.avtiix Brewtox t ' l(i.rttm, ( ' oin}itt ' rrf Isvvc Cdhneii. Brixsox. ;; a E Mniiltrii. Civil Francis (Ireen ISrinsiin Cit} t)tincn, ' i -itp JdSEi ' H K.vv: uiM) Hriisnan. 1) 2 K lllntnii, h lrrtriral F nw. nu Bexxixcton Bruce Atlanta. Cnininfrrf Scal)bar(l and Blade, IM Chi HciKE S.mitm Brixsox, ri $ E Statt ' slitira, ( ' mtntif ' rre .losEi ' ii Henry Bhyson .s ' . .I irk.- inirill , Fill.. .1 nhitii-liirr Hnnnr linll (I, ' . ' . 3), liifle Team (1) RaI.I ' II MEl.nRlM BlFFIXC.TUX (.Taini ' sviUc, A rrhili ' i ' turi- Architecture Society, P.. ( ). T. C. Ser ' eant, President Baptist Student League JaJIES BlNYAX Bl XCII Daijtona Beach, • ' «., Elertriral High Elliott Burke Guy ton. Co-op George Raxdolph Byxum. I 1 " A Jarkfton, Miss., Te.rtile William Frederick Cabaxiss, X " t Aiiitiinta. Ciril Charies Parker Cmts .JnfksnnviiU ' , Fla.. M frlliniiral Battalion Basketball (1. 2. 3). Battalion Football (I, 2, 3), Track (1). I.EE Roy- Carroii. Sprini Riili i-. Lit.. F.lntriral Herrkrt . kers Carroii. A i; ' I ' .hihnslint Cilii, Tiiin,. Fieri riral Honor Roll (1) Runs HuTCiiixGSiix Carswei I . n K ' ! t ' hat tanoaija. Tenn.. Cinnnierct ' Delta Sigma Pi, Cotillion Haioiis K. Cason . ' iaiulirsi-illr, Elirhiial James I.loyi Ciiaiiik. X M ' Miami, Fla.. !rnrfal Sririifi ' Inter-Fraternity Council, Cdee Club (1) Garland Ryais Ciiamimox. ATA Savannah. Civil Technique Staff (1), Blue Print Staff (1, 2, 3), Associate Editor (2), Marionettes (1), Baseball Manager (2) HI IPI HULL U 1- THE J U : ' 1 O R CLASS — Continued I ' liWK 1- ' ,I)WAI{II C ' llKISTII ' llIXK, I i; K .i I In ftlthltts . F.lt ft r ' triii I " ,i)WAiii) M. C hm;i ANU. X Mill, III, III, ih. FJirtiinit ' llll M (■ II IIUKSTKH. i; A V, M ilrllll . I ' il ' il Fi ' i ' liiiKiM Kiiiitlinll, Frc-liiniiii HaNkctliall, I!. (). T. C. Fijutli.ill AlONZO ' l:l!STKli Cl.ARK, 1) 6 11 Biniiinifliiiui, .till,. Arrhitt ' ctnrf Bh-cIimII .Mana;;vr (1), AiThitectural So- ciety, Marionettes (1) FliANK HaVMIIM) C ' lAIIK. Ill, X } i;,iikiiiiirt. Elfi-ti-iriil OscMi Pavxk Cieaver Miinfiirilvillr. I ' il., ElcrliirnI Hiinoi- Roll (1, 2. 3) .IaAIES F ' hAXCIS COIIBITT A ' f n-i ' iUf. Cninncvre WllllAM I)a IS C ' llllNWEll, il i; K Mmitli-i ' llii. .1 rrliitirtiire Battalinii Fnntliall (1, -J), Arehit.i-tural Sncietv Joiix Paii. Ciiaven Mil run. MfrJiiiniffil Hattalinn F.n.tl.all (3), Hniior I ' .nll (1, 2) Be.nja.min Fee Chew. Jk.. K A A thill til, M irlliillirill Dehatini;- Team (1), Blue Print .Staff (1, •2)), Battalion Footliall (1), Honor Roll (1) W ' lllIAll Baknes C ' i ements liiiriiiiil, l-Jlt it ririil I ' liiin I)a ii) C ' oates . I f liiiifii. Mrrhiiiiifiil .S(|iiar.e and ( ' oni])ass, Sc|iiare and Compass .Secretary (3), Rifle ' l ' aiii (1. 2). Cajitain Rifle Team (3) ( ' •r.inicv. Mnii ' iiY Coie .1 tlillltil, ( ' liriiiistrif I ' -lilersoii Clieliiicaj S;icict ' .Ia1I1:S illlill CoM.EV. .III.. H X .111,1111 It. ( ivil Frc liiiiaii Footliall, I ' ' resliman Track, Foot- liall Sijiiad (2, 3), ' arsity Track (2, 3), Inter-Fraternity Council (2,3), Civil Crew, Spiked .Shoe, .Second Lieutenant, A. S. C. W M I I M .S n 1.1 I " (KIK ' f i rt I iii hiini, -V. ( ' .. ( ' hi ' iiii trij W ' l I I.IA.M ClMlSS. .Jit. Fnriist tiriirr. Flirt ririil luir.Aii Jewel Ciiowiey, n K A ' iitkiii. ' villr. Civil Freshman F ' ootliall, Fresluuan Baseliall, Varsity Baseliall (2), Varsity Footliall (2, 3), Kosenie Kill! Mill liniMN Chiise. n . A Miiiiiii. Fin,, Civil Technique Staff (1, 2, 3). I ' i Delta ICpsilon Saiiiei. I,eIIi; Daiiioi-se .III, mill. Fir, ' I ri, ' III I.iiiias BriiNEV I)anii:i. II . A Miiilinitii. Cii-ii i lVclinl(|ue Staff (1,2, 3), Briacn-.iii S.ci,-tv, Scalihard .iiid Blade, Co-o]i CIuli, I- ' irst Lieutenant I ROLL OF THE JUNIOR C L A S S — C o n i i n u c d !« Pi! M iiuhi. ■ hr.. ( ir ' tl M li iN l il:i{tF: I A ls Jl ' i,,,iiisiill,. Ciri liiiv liKNsdx D.wisii.N, i; X I ' t ' ttiit Pniii . f " iHinfrrc llaskelliall .Maiiagci- (2). Sluill and Key, Int- r-Fraternity Ciiiiiu-il, Battalion Basket- l)all FlIANK Stahkk Dkan. .III.. II K .Ithtuld. (I ' fHtrtii Siifir ' e FlIKllKlircK (. ' ONHAD I KKKIK. ,Il!., i; X Sin-nmiiili , ' inumf ' i ' i-i ' Anui.i ' urs DeI.iii ' az Rinnilli, ir. I ' d, Ml tliiiiiiid Sijuarc .-itkI Ciiiiijiass • hiHN ' I t ' KT ' Dkvitt . lim tfi. M f rlidtlirifl 1)vnm:i Wii.sox DiHT.iniiTY. X ' I ' Allniihl. Ii.rlil, Halkktt W. F.mdhv. .In, .1 llautn, Mi ' rlniiiiffrl BasUctliall (1). I.acra-M ' (2). . . S. . 1. E. Maihis Exdel, Jn. Jiiiksiini ' iih ' , Fla,. Cfiinnu rrc B.ittali.m Fnntliall (1. 2). Tci-lmii|iie .Staff Theoddue Hknhv Eiii): ian, h X Swimniinsr (I) l)t ' rutin ' , Cniuint ' yce HlKKIIT nilWlTT EsKEW ' I ' tx-iim. Ehrt ric(tl EsTii I. Enwix l ' .Eii. 11 K ' 1 ' ( ' liiirli ' .itun, S. I ' ., civil Tfc-hniiiue Staff (1, •_ ' . 3), Bine I ' riiit (3), Fnsliman Track, Hon ir Bull (1. 2. 3) TiiiiMAs Finiiiw Faihes. Z " t E ihmiiliin. I ' liiii.. Architfcturi ' Wii.i.iAM King Fawcett. ' t i; K MrRin ' . ( ' onnitcri-c Mac FEE:MSTf:K. K - fiipiln. Miss,. .1 rrhili i-lin-f rh.irrcttc flub (III 11 HT Biiiii IN Fiji n 1)1 i-ttt It r, ( ' ivil M WllllAM TlllJlIAS IllNKlx. X • ! ' . thilitii, ,y I rllillliritl l ' ccliriic|uc Staff (1. 2. 3). Dchatiiii; ' Tciiii (1), Edit.Ji- in Chief " T " Biiiik (2, 3), Mar- iniiettcs (1, 2), I ' i Delta Epsilcm, lliiii ii- Bull (1, 2). Winner nf Tan Beta Pi Scliil- ar liip Cup (1) ' I ' lllNElt FaiIICIIIII) DcNIAl ' Mf ' fidliiii, ,l .v.v., Mcrliaiiicitl I ' lui. ' Mxs Ai I Hiiie.irr I- ' .nw nns Shifliihl. ,llii. , i: III! I i, III C ' liAiii.is Hii.r. FiNDi v. -III. SiinniH ' fb, Tixlili- , In lis .Machice Fie7siieii. ' !■ F, ]| Mivi ' ii, Civil Il.inni- l!nll (2) ■J ' liiMAs .M SN Fie: iini;. 1 X I ' iiiivilli , h ' li., I ' Jirlriinl UiciiAiin Wescott Fiiiiiiiii). 1 X K ,itliiiilii. Mfi-hinii- III Student Ciinncil. Fi-esliinan Ba ketllall, Bat- t.dinii Basketball, Baseb;ill (2) Cl.K.MKN ' r JOMNS ' I ' KN KoiM), K A .Ithinfff, .1 rrhiterture ■reclmicnie St:iff (2, 3), Arcliitectural So- I ' iety, C ' h;irri-tlc (liili John MACiroN FdiiiiKST McjUi, Tf.rnx. Tixlih ' Honor lioll (1. 2) W ' li.iiAii l ' ,[}WMtns l ' orrr. .!n. liiniiiin ha HI . .tin., ' unitnt ' fce Tll. I.MAX UlcIlAIll) FoSTKR .Ifliirilii. Co-iiii Tobias Andiikw Cammox, 2 X Atlnntii. ( ' tnninffrc . i. W ' li i.or(;m(V (iitKC.oitv .111(111 (1. F,hclii(((l Cl.AlTD TlI.LER GlIIZZAlll). .III. Jthintit. ElertrUdl U.w.Moxi) l i)w. i{i) Ciuvi.n.ti Afccld. Iltiifois. Mcflitini -dl Sc|iiarf Miul Coiii]ia.ss, AeTon.iulicviI Chib MollllIS SeLI-ECK GlDGKll ( ' hatuwurth. Mechanical Wa ' its Grxx, X 4» .Itlanta. Comwcrcc Fri-.shman Golf Team, Golf Team {2, 3). Cajjtain Golf Team (3), Bull Dog tlllAUY I.KOX GaKXEH Mdiilcvdild. Jill.. Electrical Honor lioll (1, 2) Nick A ah (;koii(ik .Itldiild, Cdtiiiiicrce Freshman Basketball, N ' arsitv Bask, tliall (2, 3) Wahley Kaoii, Gi.enx. k i; .Itlaiita, Mechanical Freshman Swimmiiif;- Team. ' arsitv Swim- ming (2), Sknll and Key, Koseme, Bull Dog, Cotillion, .Saiilcnt Conneil, Seeretary and Treasurer (3) Ai:e Harris ( ' lor n v sskk Atliinla. f ' iz ' il Band, .Marionettes Kkihix Wixstox GooriMAx, .hi., .J. _i e I if (III. Tc ilc Thomas I ' avxk (Iovax, i; ]•; .1 ldii d. { ' diiiiiicrcc Inti-r-Fralernily Conneil, Freshiiian Bas- ketball, l,;ierosse (2), Colillion Club, .Senib Basketball (2, 3) KiCHAKn . aROX Gl ' TIIMAX. i)) K Jl Sa ran n ah . Media iiical Technique (1, 2, 3), Blue Print (3), Fresh- man Track Manager, Honor Roll (1). Ci.arexck Lemei.e Hagedorn, ' T ' K n Biniiitujham. Ala.. Chctiiial rif C-MII ' . Haxcock .1 1(111 a. Civil K. (I. T. C. Footliall (1). . .-ro Club l.i:«is Sage Hardix. A T A J lan a. Mechaiiicdl . RTiitR Taxdv Harris, .Tr. Cldrk.i dii. Electrical I ' aiw. villi ' . |{ILK II.MOiis, A T o . l(iii (i. I ' diimicrce I- ' rc-hiiiaii Football Manager, Cotillion Club Jri.iAN Hoke Harris, li (i ]| Carrdll cin, A rchitectiire Yellow .Jacket Staff (1, 2, 3), Bin. ' I ' rinI (1. 2), Manager Fresbman Basketb.dl, I ' i Dell.i i ' ipsilon, Kap|)a Kappa I ' si, iclii lectiiral .Society, Glee Cliili. .M.irionelles (1), Band (1, 2) ROLL OF THE JUNIOR C L A S S C o n , , n l, il Edgar Scriggs Harrisox Sweetwater, Teiiii., Civil Honur Roll (1. 2) William Hobkrt Harrison- Bhiffton. Civil A. S. C. E. James Aiwv.n Hart I ' etersbura. Tciiii,. Elertrtcal James Adgar Haves. Jr. Camilla. Commerce Pail Trapier Hayxe, Jr., B n Baltimore. Md.. Commerce Hiiseli:ill Matiiiirer (1. 2. 3) I.eRoy DeLance Hays Cohimhua. Co-op Hriaerean Society Ada.m Wkiiek Head .Uo.s-.v Pninf. Miss.. .Mccli(riiical William .Vndrew Hexdersox Cornelia. Ceramics Irvixg Chester Hitchcock Miami, Fla.. Cii ' il V. M. C. A. Caliiiut, FresliMi.iii " V " Cluli, Honor Roll (1. 2) JoHX Roy- Hollixcswohth Coni ers, Electrical Way-xe James Holmax. Jr., i: x Paris. Tent)., Electrical All Battalion Football (1, 2). Inter-Fra- ternity Cinineil. lloiiiir Roll (I. 2. 3) Jack Xelsox Holt Mt. Pleasant, Tenn.. Co-op Briaerean Society, Scabbard ami 151a(le, Co- op Club. R. (). T. C. Lieutenant Ki.bfMiT .Jesse Hood. t Brozcnicood, Te.ras, General Science Freshman Football. Freshman Track, ' ar- sity Football (2, 3), Varsity Track (2), Lacrosse (2), Koseme. Spiked Shoe, First Sergeant Richard Hexry .Sjiartanhnrf , ( ' iril Honor Roll (1, 2, 3) Recbex Columbus Hood Jr.. .i T n Atlanta, Chemist ri Honin- Roll (1. 2) .Sam Fexxei.ie Hexry fi ' itntersrille, Ala.. Mechanical . lvix . xthoxy Hero, " t K — yezc Orleans, La.. Te.rtile Hn.MLR I5l.. NCIIET Herrick Keji West. Fla.. Co-op Freshman Track, Co-op Club, Second Lieu- tenant Robert Lee Herring St ' nte M innilniit . Ciril Y. M. C. . . Director ' IRG . Murray Hopkins Stale; , A ' . C., Co-op JoHX WiLLIAil HOKNE PensOcola. Fla.. Electrical Tom D. Hoskixs. Jr., A T n Atlanta, Electrical Felix Clay House Wash inf ton. Co m m erce B:;nd (L 2, 3) Louis Sidney Hicks Conroe. Te.ras. Eiet trical Cii.YNs Foster Hoi-ze Fort ] ' a!let . Co-ttp ROLL OF THE JUNIOR C L A S S — C o n , , n u , d Hknson Bhaxsux Houze Far! ' alleii, Co-op I ' liii.ii ' Taiiiiaxt Howard Atlanta, i ' ommi ' frc .losErii AVii.iAiii) Howell. 4 ' K 2 .1 piiliiHt, ( ' oiimifrfr Teclinique Staff (1), Yillow Staff (1), Al- pha Kajijia I ' si, First Sergeant ClAIDE I.EliOY HlEY liirwiiti hfiiit, Ala., Co-Ojt Scabbard and Blade, Briaerean Society, Co- op Club, First Lieutenant, Battalion Bas- ketlwll (1), Battalion Football (1, 2, 3) Saimikl l.txDv Huff San Anhni ' ia, Te,vas, Civil Kappa Kappi IM, Band (1, 2, 3) CaHILTO.V NATHAMKr. HlGHS, A T V. Aliaiila. I ' Airliical .John A. .Iohuax Colli III 1)11 s, ( ' o III nil- rrc Honnr Hull (1, •_ ' ) I ' .IIVIN l.LOX KelNLII. 11 n 1[ Atlalla, Ala., (iiiiiiiirni ' Fresbiuan " ' ' " Club, Scrub Football (2. 3). ' I ' r.M-l; Si|n:i(l (2) S:i). ev Mill King Lt ' i ' sliiini, (leneral Siii m- r Seveiin Wouujian Kittiiedge. i r a Atlanta, Merhaniral Technique Staff (1, 2, 3). Tecluiiijue Asso- ciate Editor (3), Blue Print Staff (2, 3). I ' i Delta F.psilon, -Marionettes, Honor Holl (•- ' ) Khnest Chahles Koxtz, X I» Atlanta, Tc.rtilc Freshman Track, ■arsity Track (2, 3), Ca|)tain Track (3), Skull and Key, Koseme, Hull Dog CiiAiM.ES Lewis 1 1 iiii ' Iiiiey, A E .Itlaiita. dinrral Si-ifnce W ' aitek Si.mlos .Ia:mls. (!» A B Atlanta, Civil Basketball (1), Tennis (2, 3), Skull and Key, Civil Crew, liiti-r-Fraternity Council, Stiiiicnt Council. Honnr lioll (1, 2) KoLANO Howie .Iexkixs A nil ri ' ic.i , S. C.. .Mnllailiral Battalion Fonlb.dl (1) W ' aiTEK KlU ' 3IEIEI{ KUALTII ]Viiii-lii stiy. ' I ' m II.. Ml rhaniriil Ki):MrM) Hill Km ike. ATA . in Hs a. . 1 n-hilri t lin Ch.n- ' cttc Club, A ' cbitec ' .iiral Siciev. Blue Frint S ' .aff (1, 2, 3), A sistant Editor Bliu ' Print (3), Tcchuiipie (2). Pi Delta ]■ ' .] - silon .Inns TiiiinnniM: Laxiisimiu; Savaiiiiali. M ifhaniral jliiii .li iiAN CoE .lE ' rr .1 HaiJa, A nliitrrfllrc Areliilcrtural Society, H ' iiku- ICill (1.2) Sam O ' l-rEiisox .Tones l! irlxiiiai t. ' I ' f.rtlh- I I Ifl I) .lull N I , . .1 1:.. ' I I-] ( lial laiifiinfa . It iiu. Blue Print (1. 2). CIcc Club (J. 2, 3), Frcsluoan ' " l " Club, Track Squad (1), Co- tillion (lull, .Scaliliard and Blade, Honor lioll (I ), M.ui.ijicr C.ler Cliili (3) ROLL OF THE JUNIOR C L A S S — C o n i i n u , d W ' .IllIIX KllEXKEl. Lawo. X ! ' V, Memphis. Tenn., .Irrhili-rtni-i- Freshman " Y " Clul), BMtt:ilion Footliall (1, 2. 3), BasUetball Squad (1). Aniiitwtural Sticiity, diarrfttc fluli. Hliir I ' linl Staff (3) HoiANU P. Lee Ch(ftt(titoof a, Teitii., CIccI ri ■iil Wiii.iAM George I.effeuts Lecsl ' iinj. Vn.. Elcrl riral George F ' raxcis I.exomi. Jr. SdraHiHih. i ' o-itf, James Daviu I.esthh, X ! ' M iin t ' iii nid. ( ' (tmnicrrc Waiter Savkiis 1.ic;iiti,ui r n . A T S h ' cj Wist. I ' lii.. l-:iirliii;tl W ' lsTEii Henry Ligux Allinitii, I Ivil Baltalimi Fii.iHiall (1, ■ . 3), Baltaliun Bas- l.i-tliall (1. 3), C ' riiss t-iiimtry Camlidatc (3); A. S. r. E. John BiTi.ER Lii.i.aim). A 1] M iiifrci ' sliiirii. Tinii.. ( " nil N ' ifr-Pi ' fsident Juninr C ' lass, I ' ' i ' ; shiiiaii Fc)( tl)all, Freshman Baskctliall. N ' arsity Foiitball (2), Koseme, Bull )»ix, C ' ntiUinn Cluh Henry .Ia.mes MlKinnev, o X Mohllr. .11,,.. .Irrl,il,,l,n-r Cliarrette C ' luli WiLEiAM Xewtox Maxicy. |[ A A S((i;iinuili. Merliini!,-,, Hnnnr Roll (1). Y. M. ( ' . A. Frii-iuKhip f ' iMineil, .Marionettes (1) ' 1 ' i:r]ie[. C[.iit ' o]ii) .Mariu ' t Lifhoiiiii, ( ' ,ni)iiicrri ' DaXIEI, DeRONDA MAROirES Diillas. Te.idn, Michuiii,;,! Battalion Fiiothall (1, 2), H ju ir Koll (1); Free Bixly Cliil. I.ofis Bertjiam .Marks. ' I ' |0 ii ( ' llntfiiiiDiii ii. Tiiiii., I ' ,li l liriil Plonor Holl (1) High .MeDoNAii) .Mmitin. k 1 CiluDihii.s. J ;.v,v.. .Ii-rliiti ' rliiri ' t ' harrette t ' lul). Honor Holl (2) I. oris Jacot .Martin. . T j; Shcffii ' lil, .11,,.. (Iciii-ritl Sridii-i- Freshman Footliall, N ' arsity Footliall (2, 3). Koseme, Bull Doa, Cotillion Chili. DoxAiu Matheson .Mav. II . a Bennettsvill) ' . S. c . F.lirlil,;,! Band (], 2, 3). Teelini(|ue Start ' (i). Blue Print Staff (I) RuEEirr Henry .May. Jii. Wihiiini t III. .V. ( ' .. I iniinu ri-i ' Frank .McGee Mayo. :; X 11 ,,,ii-i-,isx. d ' einTi, .s ' c ( ' «r(- .MarioiKttes (I) JoSEeii Camiwkii .MiCaii. k i; (irei ' iivlllc. S. ( ' .. Trjiili- Phi Psi. Cotillion Club i kl -. s W ' li.i.iA.M .loiixsux M.VNii:;vn I E. Jii.. || A A Si lrexter. Elertricol Roy Fee .McCa.my h ' iinixli.ii. I ivil Serjieant (R. ( ). T. C.) D.VXIEE TiKniAS F xget. .)h., k yezcinni. Tcxtilf Phi PsI AiiTiMR Lewis McCasii, h x .ill,, lit,,. Ciimmerce Baseliall (2), Freslimau Baseliall R O I. I. o r THE JUNIOR CLASS — Continued II.MiHV Baktox McCash, B X .llldiild. Ciiiiimf ■ ■ ■ Band (1, 2, 3), K:i| ii:i Kappa P- i, Honor Roll (1) Thomas Tomx Mii.i.eii, X ' ! .tthuitff. Ch ' il Battalion Footliall (3). U. O. T. C. Sergeant n TrRXER I.AWSOX McCoxxEi.L lid II si on. Commerce Joiix .In.iAx Mct ' ov. X [ ' Sorttiitifih, Co-oii Hdnhv W ' adk MooiiK. JJ A A Murfreenhoro. I ' tiiii.. Cn-op (!, E, Technique (1, 2). ' rccliniciiie Board (3), Blue Print (2), Scaliliard and lilade. Pi Delta E]isilon, Briaerean Society, Co-o] Club, K. (I. T. C. Captain Cha:mi i,es.s WiiiitiixE McGiI.L Parrot, C ' oiiniii ' rrc Honor Roll (1, 2) Joiix Mariox MooiiE, n K Charleston, S. C, Civil Sl-cull and Kev .1(01 N C[Ko Meadows A 1 1(111 1 II. M. ' ' . Co-op Briaerean Society, Co-op Chd), Scabbard and Blade, R. ( ). T. C. Captain ,Ia,mes Wayne Mooiie. .Th.. 2 A E Collri f I ' lifk. M irhiinifnl Yellow Jacket Staff (1, 2), Technique StafT (1, 2), Iloniir Roll (I, 2) Stephen Jiius Meaus. ,Tii., B n Clearwater, Flu.. Ciril Band, CJlee Cluii, Kappa Kappa Psi Cai.biiaitii Lamah .Moiods, X " i ' , minsl n . M rfhim ictit FaiNEST BiiisidE Meioiv, i; A E . iifiusta, Ceramifs Cheer Leader (2, 3), Freshoian Swioiniini;- Team, Frc boian Ti nni Team, ' arsity ' I ' ennis (2), Skull and Key, Cotillion Chdi, A. C. S. ■ToHX TiMOTIlV .Moiotisox . ftl ' lUI iiiih . ( ' o-ojt DlTXCAX MoUTOX, t i) K Chtirlolli ' , A ' . C.. (reneral Science Freshman Basketball, Freshman Tennis. N ' arsity Basketball (2, 3), Ti nnis (2). lu- ll i ' -l ' ' i ' alcrnil ( ' Olllicil Tir(i.MAs AiAVVN .M MHO loatooKS Atlanta, Ciril Freslunan Del)ating ' leani, R. O. T. C. Ser- treant Asa M ausii i i Mosei.v (lodfri ' ji. Tc.itile ROLL OF THE JUNIOR CLASS — Continued IVKY I,EE MlKIiAY FitzfirraUl, { ' o-np Battalion Footliall (1, 2, 3), Briaorean Society, Co-op Chili, R. O. T. C. Lieuten- ant, Honor Roll (1, 2). CaIII. UuBKltT Myi,II " S Chftltimnnijit, Ttllll.. .1 rrhi l rl HI- Honor Roll (2, 3) -Max Ehhirk Xi ssrvi m. .In.. i E H Buiiibrithif. ( ' (inniwrre Technique (1, 2), Freshman J ' rack Daxiki McKenxa O ' Connkii. 11 A A .Vnriiii. r„-„,, (;, •; Yelhiw Jacl et Staff (3). Co-op Chih, Briac- rean Society. I.ieutmant (H. (). T. C.) Ciiaiii.es Jackson Xapieh. i) X Mi ' iwi. Fin.. EIrrtrlrtil .Vkthir " aigiix ()oka:m Jiii-ksniiville. Fill., dvil W ' aiteh Uov Xeai, ,Ik. Siifiiiiii nil . Che III i.itni Wu.i.iA.-vi Bextox O ' Xk.ii. .In. Mnrnn. Elii-t I ' lriil CiiAiMEii Howard N ' eei. Miami. Fin Elertrical .losEi ' iE .Vitexderfer Owex Siin nin. Elcrh ' irnI C iiAiiiKs Hexhv Xeiti,. i; A E ' ' ill II iiihits. Ciril SiiEKiiu Harvey Ohexs Chnrlfstiin. S. C, Eli-rtrirnl Freshman Track. Track Si|uail (2) .Ia-mes Ga.stox Xichols. 15 O II Atlanlu, Ehrtricnl Hi-Tension Club, Blue Print (1. 2. 3). I ' ccli- nique (1, 2) WlII.lA.-M DcHEEE PaRKIXS Edison, denernl Science Square and Compass. Battalion Foothall (1), Scahbanl and Blade, R. O. T. C. Cap- tain JOIIX MlI.TOX N ' iCIIOIS, ,In.. 1? II Athintii. Ciril Blue Print Staff (2, 3). Battalion F „,tl.al .loiix Cameron Xortiu r. II I ' n.icniiiiulii. Mi.1.1.. Mecliniiirn Technique (2, 3). Blue Print St.iff (2. 3). Battalion Footl)all. William Jaidox Peabody Colnnibu.i. ( ' • " l .Iamfs Hazex Pexxell 1 rviinitiiii. .till.. (Iiiiiii.stm .Vrr.rsTrs Rawsox Perdie Mncon, Co-Ofj U O L L O I I H E JUNIOR CLASS— Co niinued 1(111 N KitllAIM) l l:lf KKHSO.N .lll.tlrll. Ciril AiiiKiii .1 c KsiiN I ' i;ttiuiii:w .lllfllll.l. I u-,,), Ai.iKX Mahshaix QiEKx. A T A liiij Lake, Texas, General Sciince Freshman Football, Football Squad (2, 3), Skull and Key, Cntillinn Club, Inter-Fra- ternitv Council. Will Mdl t ' llESSK PlKHSON .Ifhintif, Connnerce .Ia IKS UkIU Pl.VKKllTUX Marnii. Cn-ni, Hakiiei) Hubeht Raiukii. X ' I ' Masitillon, Ohio, Afrhilcrlun Freshman Footliall, Track (1), (1), Scrub Footliall, Scruli Track (•_ ) liaskcthall Basketliall, Frank Anthony I ' iayeii. P E .Itlanhi. Micliaiiical Freshman Hasketball, Freshman Track, N ' arsity Ba£ketl)all (2, 3) .lullN PiSSKll, I ' dlCrKll. .III., X ' b . Hl ' iiilii. ( III inislri RoDEiiT Coie.max Read, i; . K tarietta. Commerce Freshman Football, Freslunan Hasketball, Football Squad (2), Varsity Footliall (3), Cotillion Clul). CiiAiiT-i:s I.A.NK I ' LiiNirr. A il ' Memj)hiK, iiiiii.. i ' li-iiji M. i V. M. C. . . Club. K. (). T. C. Lieutenant, Honor Roll ( 1 ) Wir MA.Ai BiciiANAN Reumonu. i; X ' ( ■. Lii.. FJirtriiiil .loiLX Haves I ' m rt ii aiui, i: 1 ' IC Miiiijiliix. Tiiiii.. A ritiili iliiri .Tunior FnotbMll .M.iu.if;i-r, Track .Sipiacl (1, ■ ). . rcliitertural SocletN. Cliarrctti Club, Cotillion, Skull Mod Key. Kom-uic, Clee tlub ( I, •_ , ;{), Mariuni-ttes (1) AiKiiiE Tiio:mas Ree ' es, . ]• ' Si Iiiiii. A In.. I ' e.rlile Wnnnv Roll (1, 2) I lEMtv l{ t uiM CM I ' iMi, 2: A !■] Ailitltnln, ' I ' r.rlilr Freshman l ' ' ()nlli.dl. X ' arsity Footli.ill (2), I ' hi I ' si, Ciililliun Club. Il , 10 l- ' .AIM E ReE ES. II iv ' I ' W ' iliiiiiii liiii. ,V. ' ' ., Meiliiiiiiral Techrii(|uc Staff ' (1, 2, 3), Mb[e Print (3), ii.idio Cbil , Frcshni.in ' " i " Club. Track .Mau.ijicr (I. 2), , . S. .M. V.., Honor Roll (1. 2) ROLL O F r H E J U S I O R C LASS — C o n I i n u Li ' TiiER MoxROE Reeves Woodstock . Electrical Herjiax Hix Rrsn, i: .l Ale.vandria, La., Ci-cil David .Iiiian Kkiu Hoijn n .yz ' illc . Tcrl He Edward Wiixiam Sarvex. i: t 1 . Petersbury, Fin., Chemi ntri IH! Hexry Patrick Rimes. .Ir. Liiduuici. Cn-oj) EiJiERT Hearst Roase. X Atlanta, Commerce Fresliman Basketball ,7oHX I.IXTOX ROBERSOX. .Ir.. X 4 Atlanta, Commerce I.AVRis Ives Saixders. II K A .-Itlanta. Ch ' il C;iee dull (1) Mills Spexcer Savage. K i) DeFuniak SpriiKj.s. Flo.. Commerce Freshman Football, Delta Sigma Pi, Intir- Fraternitv Coimcil Chari.es Eigexe Roberts. H 6 II Meridian, Mi.t.i., Commerce Delta Sigma Pi •Joseph -Mii.tox Roberts, J K 2: Ale.vandria, La., Commerce Freshman Track, Varsity Track (2, 3), Battalion Basketball (2, 3) Mariox Woi.h SciMVARlV.. ■] E II . (ifA.voH. .! (.«.. Ehctrical Battalion Football (3) Richard Dixie Seaborn Atlaiitii. Architecture m w % JoHx Kdh ' akd Rides Robertsox Coini-.irilh ' , Elect ricnl - l-BERT ' VXXE SiIEPHKHD. Columbus, (lenerid Science - E Ebex Rodgers. Jr.. Z X Alton, III., General Science . liNER .loIIX .SllA ' EK IAX .Itlanta. Civil R. O. T. C. Sergeant Wiii.iAM .Joseph Roimax Atlanta, Meclianicid Marionettes (1, 2), Band (1, 2 3), Kajipa Kappa Psi. High Davis Sims Atlanta. Chemistry ROLL O h THE JUNIOR CLASS — Continued I II VIII ii: I ' " iiA;iEn Skaxxal Slinrt ' ii ' it ' l , Lii.. KU ' rt r ' tfiil Geoiige Krr.ENE Siahez Ki ciiEE Haiii ' Skinneh .lfl(uif(t, (Ui-op HriiiercMii Societv MllllllIS lili;MTII. SwiCEGOOD, ij) 1 ' A i itrnnnith. . I nlilh i-1 itrc Cilee ( " lull (I, 2, . ' i), FrcshniMii Tmnis Team, ' .-ir,sity ■I ' ciiiiis ' IVaiii (2, 3) .Iamks I ohtek Snooks, CoX ' fiia. Hit rt ri fti ■In. HfinBEUT Staniev Tahuii CiEOHGK lUaiEK Sl ' ltlCK, i; X Liftlf Jiiirk, .Irk., i ' tninni ' rve Freshman Fniitliall, Fresliman Track, Foot- liall Squad (2, 3), Skull and Key, Inter- fratcrnitv ' oiiiicil. Lewis W ' esiey Tahoh Fni ' l I ' litlri . fi ' intrttl . ' i-icuce John HrnsoN ' 1 ' k:mim.es i l(itf!ihi)rif, f ' iril .1 At K flAUENtE StEIX , 1 tinitit . . l t rhitti irnl Kri-slanaii Tra:-k. ' arsit ' ' J ' rack (2) JajIES RAYMnM) C ' llAIG TlIOJI Of ' fthf, Fhl_. Cn-np Hriaereaii Society W in ' iiiia:m Stevens Liiki I ' mvhliiirr. Lti.. ElirtrhutI HaHIIV lillltKNEll ' I ' iMI.Ml ' SllX. .111., .Illllllhl. drill rill ,S ' r ( iiir Footljall Manaficr (1). A !•: .SlANVAUNE ' lATES .SteVENS Vinnji ' ii l.sliiml, N. ( ' ., .Mrrhniiiral ,Ia51es I, amah Tiiiniisdx. c]) K i fti ' Cf ' in ' Hlc, Tr.riis. ' iimiiifrcc KissEii. King Siewaht, ip i; K . litiil lii. Civil Yelliiw Jacket Stalf (1). V. .M. C. . . Cab- inet, Vice-President Y. M. C. . . I.ot ' is Kexdiikk ' I ' lKi.iii ' SdX, n A A U ' cr if ' .v.v, FItt., ftt ' iimil Srirurc Teclinii|iie St.ift ' (3), I ' .llow .T.icket StatT (3) ROLL O F THE J U N I O R CLASS — Continued KlXNETH MaTHESON TlIKASir liioclenton. FJa.. Ch-il Freshman Football, A ' arsity Football (3), l.K-rosse (2. 3). R. (). T. C. Serjreant. Philip Joseph Vox Weit.eh. a T ! Alliiinit. General Science Inter-Fraternity CouTuil. l asUetball .Squai (2. S) Eahi. Jackson- Thacv. II K A Athintii, Commerce Iiinior Track ilanajrer. Alpha Kajijia Psi. Cotillion Club AiEXAXDER Henry Vaciiti:i. ! i; I .Jacksoni ' ille. Flit.. MecJionicdl Techniqvie Staff (1), Tracli Scjuad Battalion Football (2) 3). tiiY Haudv Thi.muie. ■!■ K il Shrevepiirt . La.. Ciril Battalion Football (2), Kapiia Kappa P i. A. S. C. E., Inter-Frati rnity Coiiiii-il, Band (1. 2. 3) George Emil Wainio Canal Zone. Commerce Emmette Philip Waite . " acnnniih . ( ' hemi t rii EiNAi! St{jk:m " I ' lu nAi . .In. Snvnnnnh. Electrical Hon ir Roll (1, 2) X ! KmviN Patti;ksox Waitl Savannah. Co-o i Briaerean Society Kor.ERT Ernest Trissei l Woodland, Co-op C}L itiiK Frank Walker .Iftanta. Commerce CiAiRE .Sheldon Ilcker Miniiii. Fla.. .t rchilccturr f Weidox Irwin Tli t v 11 Wii.ikcm. Te.ra.i. Flclrii-ai Alihed Arthlr " arana. Jr. .Selirinff. Fla.. Fleet rical Cyrus IIarkell Wallace. .Ir. .lacksonrille. Fla.. Cleneral Science Battalion Football (I). Track .Sipiad (1). Junior Manager I.aCro sc (3) William Rlsii Wallace. I X Statefihoro. Civil Floyd AlK!n;o Walton, i; ' 1 ' i: l hattanooifa. Tenn.. Commerce Rifl- Team, Scabbard and Blade, H. O. 1. C. Lieutenant ROLL Oh THE JUNIOR CLASS — Continued M W 1 1 ! 1 M (. ' i MiMiiK NK W ' At ' iDN. Jh.. 11 K A I ' lirlemx ' Uli ' . ( ' iimmcrce Clee Cliil) (1, 2, 3), Bull Dog I ' j) v, itr) Daitijn Whitk. 1 X .llldiilii, Civil Pi Delta Kjisiloii, liilmicjiif Staft ' (1, 2. 3), ' rcchrii(Hic Biiard (3) W ' llllAM t ' [.AHKi ' : W AUDI AM " . .In,. X I .llliiiitit. Tr.i-filr Fresliiiian .Maiiaf;er (1,2), Frl• llllla Swiin- iiiiiiir ' IcaiM, ' arsity SwitiirniTig Tpatn (2), Skull ami Key, Kdsciiic, C ' ntillicin C ' hili, Phi Psi, Himor KoU (1) WiiMAii CrNXiSGiiAM Wmitk, H O 11 .Ithnita. Commerce l.YMAN Hktiiai. W urn i v ( " riAIU.KS ' I ' llllOlAX Waiuikx, .7h. Wll.I.IA.AI AlCrilllt W AltltlNGTOX I ' iiii- liliiff. .Irk.. .Iniillirliire TtrKoiHiuK l.KWis ' A i:n ' Ar:M . «! ' I- 11 .-lllfinlff. CinniiHffr Hattalinii Fn.plball (1). Fr.-sl.riKiM Ha.skct- ball, .S.-ruh ]5asketliall (2, 3), Assistant Foc.thall Manager (2) C ' r ii ' Tox Hkn.iaaiin W ' li.itritx, K A .Itliinltt. Cfiniint ' t ' fc Hahdm) Tei.foru Wii.i.iahis. r; ■! E Mlllcih frillc. A rrhili ' rtiirc Mari.iiu-ttes (1, 2, S). Hliir Print (4) ,I( K I 1 Ulir ' l[ I.IAAIS. X " I , 1 linitii . M I ihiin iftil arsity Calf Team (2), fdtillioii fliil. .Tamks Caki, Wise Nff( f r .s-, .. A rrhitevttire Square and t " i)m])ass, Arehiteetural Society 1 Ivi E vrciN Ai.isiiN Wkhs ' it-mi. a T A Ctiliimliiii, Tf ' iiii,, Oenenil Science I?as( ball Manager (1, 2), Assistant Base- ball Manager (3) TlKIMAS Pai ' i ' ltl ;HT I f ' i-itt n r, i ' inn tiicrce I.ESTEH MkGKII VaHETSKY, ' li K II SeliiKt, A III.. Electricnl ■reelmi(|iic SlafI ' (1) ' i HoHKKT I.Kwts ' iia: i, A !:; ' I ' l- ' tittntaiii f nn , S. ( ' ., f ' jli ' rtrirai Sai. Mkiton .vc.iix (irt ' cnvHlc. N. ( ' ., M trlKtnifti! I Jdp£c oniore !• rom our liii h and iiiii Lli xtdtiiin We fraxcii iipiiii tin- iiiilioii II itii a .soli (if perl III halidii And ;r(7,7 -.v.vHr.v.v of fair. To . iiiiiorx ' ciiixt i-.ihoiiiitioii, Jf eoh-hiieed Fre.sliiiiiii ' x i-.rpiin iitioii. And sordid Seniors ' altcrttitioii, Sophomores e.rpostiii(ite. There ' s not iniicli use of liardli tri iii , The icorld is full of ml fill li ini And pretti , piiil,--kneed slielias eri iuf With vanity and hate. Though full we are of raeillating Freshman pranks and Junior hatinq JVheu our liistori shirts ratiuif } on -,cill hear from T-,cciit ij-nine. Sophomore Poem Sophomore Class Officers 11. I.. Huux President C. S. Smith V ire-Preside lit UAi.Kir.ii Ahnaii Seeret ' ir i and Treasurer ' lit,?. ' If? «2 r= Sophomore Class Roll VCTOX. V. M. Adams, H. li. AllAMS. I,. H. Ai.EXAXDEIl. V. H. Aii.KN. G. W. AXASTASAS. H. O. AxI KI(S lN, C. Iv AXTIKINV. .1. II. AiixAii. .1. W. n N A I I . li . Anxi;l.l), II. . l. . llXOIll. .1. II, . tkixson. W. .1., .III. .Vttiiidc.k, .v. . . Atwaikh. M. Haix, ,I. . . Hakkii. U. V. Ii. i I . hi). K. I). Haiii.uw, J. M. BAiixKrr, H. Hauxwei.i., J. F., Jii. HaIITIIKI MESS. D. F. Hasiiixski, H. M. Hatcheioii. F. S., .III. HiAi r, .1. ¥., .III. Hir.i-.s. (;. li. Hem., 1.. H. Hll I INi-.EII, I.. D. Hexton. V. ( ' . BiiicH, N. I.. Hi AcKiiAx, M. .1., .111. lii.Aix. K. .S. Ml.lKlDHIIIllll, T H. Bi.ii.is, H. T. lioiuii Aiinr, II. MiisiicK. K. I.. H( swiiiiTii. !•;. c. HirridMs. W. C. Hciwex. II. I.. Bowman. 1 ' ' ,. li. lillVlE, II. F. liiiAimncK . W. U. BllANXEX. I ' .. I). lillEXEll, H. I). BllKW ' Ell, li. ' . BllEVEIl, A. H. lilllTT. . . Ci. HllCKJKS. C. W. Biiowx, B. 1.. lillllWX. II. Biu!»x. .1. C. BiKIWX. I.. BiivAxi. W. t . BrtiiAX. V. H. BniN. K. M. BiiiNs. V. {I Bniiuiw. T. !)., .III. buktox. v. e. Bush, M. E. buttiia.m, h., .iii. Cabaxiss, H. H. C ' ai i wi:i,i , . . .1. Camp, K, B, CAMrBEI.I,, J. W. Ca.MI ' HEI 1., W. .1. Caxxux. S, . . Caiiawav, II. X. Caiiey, .1. B. Caiiisdx, a. W ' ., .111. CaIIMR IIAEl , W. F. Caiixev, .1. II. Caiiii, .1. I., Cask., .M. . , (.ASEV, I), C. Catiiev. a. H. Cm A.MIIKIII.I N . II. I,. I ' ll AMI ' KIN , Ci. K. ClIAr. lA.N. I . A. Cheek. W. T. Ciii;iAi;s, ,S W. Clilsinil.M. 1{. I " . Chuist: i. X. I., ( ). ClAIIK, .1. I ' ' „ ClAIlK, .1. .M, Cl.AIIK. .1. ' [ ' . Cl.AYTOX. .1. V. ClI.VIT, .1. Iv, .111. Ci.oT ' i), B. CollEX, .1. Cr.l.E, I). C., .Ill, Cui.i.ixs, r, ' ,, .III. CoxxEii, .S, N. Cni.K, II. A, CodK, .1. C. CdiiK, .1. K. (.■iMlKE, .1. V. CuoKE. ' r. I I. CoiU ' Ell, H, I ' ., In. COTIIIIXX. B, .1, Ciix. V A Cii.vxE, T. CiMiim, .1, V, Climcii, li. (). ClKIWE, H, V. Cl ' I.PEPI ' EII. li. I. CrsiJiixo, .!■ F- Cr.-M:Mix is. H, li.. .Iii. CriiHY. .1, F, CiTlEII, E, U, Dai.iioise, .1. li. Daxieii. ' . M. Daiidex, E. M. Daves, E, C. Day. 1 ' . S. l)i:.M)Ellll.K. W. F. Dean. F. S., .In, Deax. I., A, nEtiicivn- ,, .1. DEEnllE, K, (), Demi ' sey, F. .1. Dennis, T. W, I)l lnNll. .1. I)m:ik:maxx, U, V, DiMuiK, v.. C, DixdN, I.. B. Dciiiis, (;, „ .III, ROLL O F THE SOPHOMORE CLASS — Coniinu m (jii II I 1.1 DOBBS. V. V. DODD. P. A. Donovan. .1. S. DoziEB. I.. S. Drexxon. H. F... .III. DrBosE, C. .S. Dike. J. B. DlLA.VEV. H. N. Dr.XMEYER. E. H. Drxc.ix. C. F. Drxx. H. C. DUBAXT. R. .1. Edwari s. W. a. El.I.IOTT. J. C. ESPEDAIII.. K. G. EvAxs. C. H. EvAxs. U. .S. Eve. W. D. EzEi.i.. M. A. Feagi.e. F. I.. Feemsteii, ,T. -M. Fexder, W. B , ,Iu. Febrell. E. G. FixK. J. C. FiTZGERAin. C. W. Florbh). K. W. Foster. H. O. Fox, .1. M. Frakes, D. W. Fkary. V. O. Friddki 1 . I ' . ,1. F ' lHHV. V. G. Gahie. a. V. CiAEDKE. K. F. I.. CIaissert. G. C. Ga.m.mox. T. a. Garbeb. v. ,T. Garxer. C. M. Garbabi). J. F. Geiseerg. r. F. George, C V. Ge(.r :e. W. n. tiKIZEX. .1. C. Giioi.sTox, B. E. lin n A. i. V. C ' ., Jr. (i(Jl.l)WASSER. I. tiori.mxG. H. K. (Ml A .Ml ' . C. B. (iRAXT. I.. S. Gravsiix. E. H. Chieex. F. W. Greexe. t ' . F. Greene. H. V. Greene. J. N. Gregg. K. W. CiRIF ' FIX, C " . M. tMIIEH.X. I). G. tlRIFFIX. H. B. (iuiswoin, I . M. HvMri. H. F. H Mii. . f. .V. Ha.-vi.m. E. B. Ha-m.mack. W. .1. h.x.m.mond. j. l. Hancock, C. V. Haxxa. E. I.. Hanxah. E. R. Hansard. W. C. Hanson, .1. O. Hanson. 1 ' . M. Hargrove. F. Haiireii. G. F., . ' k. Hahiiis. I.. ,r., Jr. Harvei. Ci. E. Havnie, J. I.. Havnshorth. T. B., .Ir. Havs. K. R. Hearii. W. W. Heik-.es. J. I). Heit.ma.n. C. E., .Ir. Hendry. G. T., .Ir. He.nry. G. C, .Ik. Henry. G. T. Heuita(;e, I). . I. Hicks. .1. R. HicKsox, V. M. Higgixs. H. H. Hill.. . l. T. Hii.iegas. .1. W . Hn.i.iARD. E. Fj. Hodges, J. Q. HI HCEE.AIAN. t ' lIARI.ES HCGGE. B. R. Hoi. LAND. G. . . HoilAND, H. L. Hoi i.EMAx. .1. ' 1 ' ., .hi. HoI.TSIXGER. 1,. W. HoxoiR. V. .M. Hook. ,I. .S. Hol ' KIXS. R. 1 ' . HoRx. R. I.. HOISER, H. ! ' . Howe. . . K. Hg«eii. .1. E. HlBXER. R. W. HlDDI.ESTOX. C H. HlGHES. F. W. Hughes. J. S. Ht . IBER. R. C. HiXT. J. C. HlNTEB. . . Ci. HrxTER. n. W.. Jr. HlXTKR. .1. H. IllWIN, V. P. .Iacksox. E. M. .Iacksox. .1. R. .Iackson. S. F . Ja.mes. V. C. Jarmax. H. N ' . Jonxsox. (. ' . .1., .Ir. .FoiixsTox. -M. I). .loiixsTox. T. S. Jones, A. B. ROLL O • 7 £ S O I ' H O M ORE CLASS — Coniinued JOXES, C. I,. Jones, E. C " . Jones, .1. K. JONKS. W. M.. Jll. .Ic.unvN. II. C. JOIIUAX, I.. Keith, H. A. Keith, J. J. Kei.1,. R. W. Kki [y, I.. .1. Kemp, S. A. Kennedy, A. (j. Kennedy. H. 1 " . Kent, ,J. Kii.Boiiiix. (;. X. Kino, C. li., Jn. Kixxktt. .1. T. KlJIK, J. IJ. Kxowles, R. C. Koegi.eh, W. F. Ladd, K. .). I.ANE, C. L. Lane, R. X,. Lang, E. W. Largen. B. T. Leach. ,r. R. Leah, T. F. Lee, R. B. Lett, R. H. Lewis. C. H.. .In. Li: vii:i{. F. .V. Lil.l.AlID, .1. 1?. Littleton. ,7. W. .S. Li.(ivi). .7. H. Lc.TT. A. (), LOVEI.AUY. W. B. Lowe, .1. .M. Lt.-n.iiiis. H. C LlNSFOllD, T. LiNTz, H. E. Lyon. R. . . Mack. K. K., ,Iii. L NDEVir I K. W. .r., ,Il!. Maxget, ' . I-,. Maiiihiiy. ,I. H. MAHKErr, F. S. Maiitin, A. L. . L n x, .J. K. Maiitin. V. .1. Matthews. A. L. Mattox. n. V. May, W. W., .In. McBhide, R. .S. McC.MN, .[. A. McCamy. R. L. McC ' athekn. W. V. McC ' i.ixTit " . R. ,S. McCoy, A. M. McCiiAXiE. V. H. McC ' ltdCKT IX, .1. S. Icl ' .dWAX. ' . McKaix, W " . II. McKixsTiiv. K. ( ' .. McLeou, J. I). McXei.iy. B. .1. McHaiiy. H. V. McNav. a. (I. -McWiiiiA.Ms. (;. L. Mecgs, J. S. Meriiiii,, a. ,I. MinniEBiiociKs. ,r. n. MlDDI.ETOX. ,1. H. MiLI.ET, S. ,1. MiSENHAMEU. L. E. Mitchell, H. A. MlTCIIEI.I, ,1. M. Mitchell. 1.., ,lii. MooiiE, A. M. MooiiE, D. J. MooiiE, F. M. MdoitE. H. G. MociiiE. S. L. MoiiETox, F. p. Morgan, F. J. MoilGAX. (.1. R, Morton. C. P. MnRTox, H. S. MoWRY. K. V. MvKRs. F. F. .Myehs. ti. B. MYER.S. R. R. Xabeil. H. E. Xasii. F. .S. Xe WHERRY. T. W. Xewtox, T. .S. XixoN. K. B. XOIIRIS. .1. W. XORTII. .1. W. XoTHWAN ;. W. ' . Oeensii.mn. L. . , () LOUD. C T. I i: II :m . .1. C " . I ' MIK, I!. I ' aiiklii. .1. M. Barker. X. 1 1., .In. Pass.vii I . u;ri:. .1. Pattek.sox, . . ().. .Ik. Peauody. T. K. Peli.ettifiii. . .1. Peltier. .S. II Perry, ,1. li., .In. Petekman. 1. M. PiiiLi.irs. .1. ' 1 ' . Pierce, t ' . C , ,Ir. PiXKERTOX. F. Player. F. . . pcmekoy " , g. f " . Powell. F " .. F. Powell. M. . . Pratt, R. B. PltlTClIAlU). L. C. ( riMiN. W. L. Rai;v, ,1. S. Ragsdai.e, H. F " . Rah xer, .1. D., .Tk. Raxdoi, B. S., .Tr. Raxdoli ' ii. . . -M. Raxdoli ' ii. R. L. Ri:ai . li. ( ' . Rlu. ' moxi), . . W. Reei). p. S. Rf.iipe, e. r. Rhoot;s, K. L. Rice, D. F. RlCllEY, C. E. lioNCII. .1. L. Roan. C. M. HiiiiKirisnv . I.. T. Ri.ERiG. c;. 11. RotXTREE. .1. R. IforsE. X. C. I! riini III. C. A. K . W. II. 8. MS, .1. I). Sanders, H .M. Sassevii.le. G. L. Satlok, . . H. ROLL O F THE SOPHOMORE CLASS — C o n r I n u c d scarbokoigh. i.. c. scaeffer. l. f. Scott, W. C. Sei.vidge . R. C. Sexsabavgh. U. 15. Sharp. W. . ., .In. Sheahhoise. I . .1. Sheddex. W. F, Sheppard. p. .1. Shipi ' ey. K. F. Shill, H. I). Shulmax. I. SlEGEl, . . Sijoioxs. W. T. SiMPKIX. W. ( 1. SlXGI.ETClX. W. II., .III. SlOAX. W. P. Sl.OAXE. B. H. Smith, C. Mairice S-MITH, C. R. S.MITH, C. S. .S.- 1ITH. F.MIJRV I ' AltTKR -S.-MITIl. J. C. .S.-MITH, I.. B. SxAVEI.V, W. B. SxVUER. .S. .7. Soi.O.MUX. . . ' . SORREI.IS. U. B. Spicer. M. I.. Sprixgs. . . . . .Stark. X. P. Steeie, M. . . Steixiieimer. - . .Stephexs. R. V. Stewart. ,I. B. Stewart. .S A. Stoxe, a. E., .Ir. Stoxe. J. D. .Stcrv. I.. ' Strange. R. C. Straiss, E. G. .Strai ' ss, S. E. .Si .AIMERS, Chari.es .Simmers, Gi.exx .Sw. tts. I.. E. Swift. E. W. -SwiXEY. .T. W. Taxxer, H. Taxxer, T. J. Tavi.or. C. p. Tayior. F. M. Teasi.ey. G. I. Tebo. I.. P. ' riiii.-Mi ' Sox. Ja.mks Robert ' I ' lILMORE. W. E. ' riGNEIt. .1. E. Tl.M.MERMAX. .T. C. TlXlEY. H. V. Tni s. C. H, W 1)1). .1. G. I ' llMIIXSOX, I.. M. Tram. ' meii. R. n. IlRXER. .1. (). TrRXER. .S. .M. TWAY, .T. I.. Tysox, T. O., .Ir. I ' XDERWOUD. E. . I., .Jr. ' - X Hoi ' TEX. I,. Xai-giix, m. c;. Vixsox, W. E., .Ir. ' cix VeI I.ER. p. .1. Waddey. F. O. Walker. M. H, Waii.ace. O. ].. Waller, G. R, Walravex. M. .M. Wai.ser. .1. G. Waiters, G. I). Ware, J. T. Webster. H. . . Weddixgtox. W. V. Wells, T. C. Wei.ty. .1. W. Wesley. T. C. .Ir. Wesxer. C T. West, C. ' .. .hi. Westerook. .1. .1. Wheeler. .1. P. Whigham. S. .1., .Ir. Whitl:, L. W. WllITTAKEH. F. P, Whittexberg, R, E. WlIBlRX, M. O, Wilder, C. WlIEXZICK, .1. Williams. H. A. Williams, R. P. WlLI.IAMSOX. U. W. WiLSOx. D. W. WiLsox, H. -M. Wiisox, H. V.. .III. WlLSOX. .1. .1. WiTSox. .M. A. Wise, . . C. WiTHERSPOOX. M. B. Witt, M. wohi.wexder, t. WoMELSDORF, I., B, Woon, B. T, WlHIDRLKF. H. .S. WoOLF, . , WOOLF, J. E. Wright, H. H Wright. E. R.. .Ir. Yaretsky. I.. M. Ymv. W. .M. y.vv.r.u. J. S. .I her. .1. W., .Ir. " ,1 M :: Trlrr h . ti :. ■ ' A» " Iff- ! WTir ' — ' — ' r ■ ■ If ' es i moD pgai lU ' i I Freshman Poem Collfiiidtc! Tluit ' s the term! In ' tcorct unci deed 1 OH cultivate the ( races of the ; reat: Aciiuire a pipe and u-oo the frai ra)it iceed — SiCeet nicotine. 5 on also imitate The Sophomores. Mi friends, tliei , too, IV ere only Fre.ihmen once like you. Collegiate! ' Tis a phase you under( o: The effort to he lani uid icifh a f race And point devise, yet never seem to shim. ' In your blase behavior any trace Of verdant hue. Your ignorance Jf e tolerate in sufferance. 1, ' kxvoi So strive to i ain the ireaier ijoid afar .ind fighting on, rememlier -,cell to mar The beauty of the fool icho sai s yon are Collegiate! —w. s. s. Ill IS r :k H 1 Freshman Class Officers J ' V j E. G Gakuk.n iiiiiK. .In I ' risidiiit D. C. Cassidy f ' !c(-rr( si( ( lit F. B. Shei.ni ' it ... Serrrtiiri W. S. Qnx Treasurer X ' J Freshman Class Roll M.I.ipII, I{. (i. Adams, I . K. Adcrhold, F. H. Akin, n. H. Alford, F. O. C. Alford, H. G. Alleinang, W. R. Allen, G. S. Allen, J. V. Allen, L. C. Allen, R H. Allen, R. I,. Amos, W. I. Anister, M. Aneruni, J. H. Anderson, K. H. Armistead, R. K. Arnold, J. A. Arnold, M. Arnold, W. P., Jr. Artope, G. A. Asbury, .1. H. Askew, .). n. Askew, W. H., Jr. Auerbaeli, E. T. Austin, D. E., Jr. Austin, R. M. Averill, G. E. Avers, N. M. Backus, B. H. Bacon, J. O. Bagbv, E. M. Baggarly, J. B. Baggett, W. C, Bagley, C. P. Bailey, E. Bailey. E. I,. Baker, E. B. Baker, L. L. Bales, J. T. Barnes, ,T. C. Barr, J. E. Barringer, R. I,. Battle, T. M. Baxter, H. M. Bayless, R. D. Bayly, J. G. Bayne, K. S. Beazley, A. H. Becknell, T. 1,., Jr. Beers, 11. V., Jr. Btll, F. I,. Bell, J. K. Bentlry. B. . . Betaneourt, T. Biekhani, H. L. Binkley, W. C. Bland, F. H. Blauvelt, H. . . Blount, P. V. Bodie, D. S. Bohrer, E. F. Bookliart, W. B. Boone, J. Borders, A. J. Boring, H. O. Borom, S. T. Bo.scli, J. H. Bowen, D. H. Bowie, AV. . Boyce, A. S. Boyd, W. H. Boylen, H. L. Bramktt, I,. W., Jr. Branan, V., Jr. Branch, W. .M. Brannon, V. F. Branton, R. L., Jr. Bra elton, V. M. Brewer, J. H. Brewer, S. M. Brewton, K. L. Brinson, W. V. Brock, W. 15., Jr. Brooks, H. B. Broome, J. C. Brosnan, F. D. Brown, J. R. Browne, M. E. Brown, R. J. Brown, W. ' . Bruml y, C. R. Brundage, (). M. Bryan, R. D. Buchanan, J. L. Buckelew, W. F. Burgess, E. F. Burt, G. D. W. Butler, P. 1,. Caesar, . . II., Jr. Callahan, H. N. Camp, J. . ' . CaMipbcIl, G. C. Camjiliell, J. P. Camjihell, K. C. Cantey, J. CarlKsle, J. H. Carlton, J. V,. Carlton, W. B. Carmichael, H. 1). Carmody, J. W. Carnes, J. R. Carson, W. E. Casady, G. H. Cassidy, D. C. Gates, W. E. Cathey, H. S. Causey, G. D. Chadwick, F. R. Chalman, K, Cliamberlin, . II. Chesnutt, H. A. Christian, J. H., ,Jv, Clark, H. M. Clark, M. G. Clark, M. H. Clark, P. M. Clarke, R. E. Clements, H. E. Clinkscalcs, E. I,. Clinkscales,W.T., Jr. Coates, E. N. Coe, J. B. Coffee, G. D. Cokcr, G. O. Coker, S. 1.. Cole, J. W. Coleman, G. A. Coleman, Ci. J)., Jr. Collier, R. H . Collins, C. R. Colvin, J. J. Cone, W. H., Jr. Cooper, J. B. Cooper, J. ( ' ., Jr. Corbin, S. J. Corneli.son, V. Cornell, A. P. Cosgrove, P. L. Courtney, C. W. Cravens, C. W. t ' renshaw, R. F. Crocker, I,. W. ROLL O F THE FRESH M A A ' CLASS — Con! I n u e C ' rowiler, W. H. Culberson, D. S. Culpepper, T. J., Jr. Culpepper, W. B. Culver, L. C. Curry, R. G. Curtis. H. G. Daniel. E. U. Daniel, H. G. Daniel, Littleton Daniel, LeRoy Boyd Davenport, X. C. Davis, .7. M., Jr. Davis, R. H. Davis, T. A. Davis, AV. G. Deatlerkk, J. R. DeFrie.-e, O. X. Denmark, T. I. Denton, D. A. Denton, P. D. Denues, C. H. DeVaughn, M. S. DeVore, K. L. Dewar, H. DeWitt. J. C. Jr. Dieckniann. H. W. Dietscli. W " . H. Dillon, .1. M. Dixon, F. I,. Dobbs. C. G., Jr. Dodd. W. L. Dominguez. . . R. Coster, C. . . Dowling, F. T. Doyal. J. P. Drew, F. H. Duggan, .1. P. Dulaney. W. X. Dunaway, H. M. Duuliar. P. H.. Jr. Fjager. K. F. Kakin. -. P. Eaton, H. S. Edwards, . . .1. Edwards, J. A. Elder, G. P. Eldridge. T. M. Ellis, W. A. Ely, J. R. Enibry, G., .Ir. Emerson, E. D. Everett, J. C. Fagan, J. S. Fais.st. H. A. Faitb. W. H. Farr. H. G. Farr, W. 1.. Farrar, C. G. Fineher, J. C. Fitzpatriek, P. Fleischer, .1. M. Fletcher, G. Fordham, E. H. Forrester, H. C. Fortune, A. S. Frederick, R. D. Frink, J. R. Frix, G. . . Fry, X ' . E. Frye, E. R. Frye. H. H. Fulglunn, R. I.. Gann, C. D., Jr. Gardenhire, E. G. Garinany, H. M. Gavin, ¥,. M. Clibbons. R. .M., Jr. Gider. J. E. Gifford, M. .M. Giles, C. E. Gilhani, H. E. Gillham, W. T. Gilstrap, S. B.. Jr. Gleaton, G. Goen, J. T. Goldin, S. Goldstein, K. M. Goodman, T. P. Cioodwyne, S. G. Gordon, R. 1.. Gotjen, (). A. l. Gould, E. A C.rant, O. H. Grant, R. 1.. Grantham, A ' . H. Graves, A ' . .V. Gray, D. M., Jr. CJreene, J. C. Greene, X. B. Greene, X. J. Greenwood, J. E. Griffin, J. M. Griffin, W. D. Griffitli, H. A., Jr. Griffith, P. i:. Gustafson, It. A. Guy, D. Haa.s, J. Hackett, V. E. Hagerty, C. V. Hall, K. Hall. .r. R. Hall. J. W. Hall. (». F. Hall, R. I.. Hall, T. H. Hallman, J. J. Hamniack, P, B. Haiuiuond. W. M. Hancock, R. C. Hankinson, AV. B. Hannah, J. E. Harmon, W. F. Harper, C. A. Harper, X ' . Harper, P. H. Harris, C. 1. Harris, J. W. Hart. . . D. Hatcher. I,. E. Hauck, . . E. Haughton. K. C. Hayes, J. C. Haynie, C. M. Heard, G. M. Heard, J. M. Heard, R. I.. Heeke, A. J. Helniick, .1. V. Hcno. C. T. Herrin, C. W. Herrin, G. F. Hewitt, J. P. Hicks. F. I.. Hicks, R. A.. Jr. Hightower. E. W. Hightower. J. V.. .1 r. Hill. C. E. Hiller. V. T. ROLL O F 7 H E I R E S H M A N CLASS Continued Hinds. T. 1 . Him-s, .1. II. Hintoii, V. A. Hix, J I. S. Hixdii, ( ' . 1 " . Holilis, A. A. Hodire, .M. Hoffman, C. Hollheifr. M. I). Hollnway, H.. Jr. Hollnwa.v. I, A. Holnian, X. . . Holiiu-s, v.. V., Ji-. Hulsenlieck, V. M. HornbiK-kle, T. S. Hmise, C. Y., Jr. Hoii.se, H. F. House, R. H. Howard, E. K., Jr. Howard, T. N. Howe, C. F. Howill, J. C. Howie, J. iM. Hudson, M., Jr. Huffhes, W. . . Hujiliey, A. I,. Huniplireys, J. H. Hunt, L. B., Jr. Hunter, J. C. Hutchinson, . . , . Hutchinson, H. B., ,Ir. Hutchison, .S. N. Ince, W. A -. IsenliiiHcr. H. . . Jackson, P. E. .lames, ,1. B. Jeffries, H. O., Jr. .lenkins, W. S., Jr. Jetton, J. C. .Johnson, C. E. Johns(jn, .M E. .Tones, E. 1 ' . .Tones, F. 1.. .Tones, ,T. ( ' . .Tones, .T. .S. .Tones, (). F. .Tones, I ' . K. Junes, l{. I.. .(ordan, C C., .Ir. Jordan, F. .1 . I ith, II. " . Kelly, ,1. I). Kennedy, H. I). Kent. V. . . Kiues, S. I.. King, C. H. Kin;;, I). I.. Klipplc, . . J. Knijrht, J. C. Knight, M. Knight, T. A., Jr. Knnx, H. I,. Knkal. A. Krauth, C " .. K. Krueger, ., .Fr. Lackey, (I. Lambert, J. J. Lambert, T. W. Lane, J. G. Lankford. G. M. Lanuni, .T. R. Lassiter, . II., Jr. Lau, I H. Laujier, .M. M. Law, H. G. Leach, E. H. Lcath, J. T. LeBourveau, K. . . Leggitt, J. M. Leigh, .T. W. Lemmon, .T. C. Le lcy. II. c;. Lester, li. U. Lester, F. V. Lewis, ]• " ,. F. Lewis. E. G. Lewis, .T. II. L ' HeureuN. II. B. Ligon, D. H. Lindsey, U. T. Lindsey, l{ W. Li]i])incntt. K. !• ' ,. Little, .T. V. Long. . . II. Longino, .S. W. Lott, C. L. Lovette, J, O. Lucky. A. W. Luna. li. f. Lyle, f. T. Lyon, V. Mackcy. K, .Maddo.N, I). U. . Ialone, T. ( . .Mann, L. B. Manston, C. A. Marienlhal, S. L. M.irkowitz. .1. .Martin, 1). .M. Martin, J. K. .Martin. I.. • " .. .Martin. -M. F.. Jr. Martin. V. ( ). .Mathes. H. C. Matliews, K. C. Mattox, H. A. .Maxwell, .T. S. MeCall, R. V. .McCleskey, R. G. McDonald, A. T. McDonald, E. G. McDonnokl. F. L. McElrath, U. -M. McElrcath, Y. .M. McGarity, H. S. McGee, H. A. .McGinty, R., .Ir. McGuire, A. J. McKen .ic. W. K. McKerrall, S. (i. McKiy, C. W. McLean, .1. R. .McLemorc, F. C. AIcLenaon. R. . . McLco.l. .!. I. .Mc.Mill.in. I). R. McXair, . . G. McXichola-, G. F. .McRae, M. D. .McRae, R. B. -McWhortcr. J. . . Mellichamp, I). . . Mellichanip. ,S. . . -Meredith, F. R. Middlebrooks, E. . . Mittleton, II. Milam. J. C. .Miller. K. I.. Miller. G. E. Miller. ,1. . . L. i| i ROLL O F THE F.R E S H M A A ' CLASS C o rt 1 I n u e d r) , ill; Millc-r, R. H. Mitclicll, .1. K. Mbcll. 1.. V. Miihlcy. J. li. Mniin-. A. ( . Mii.irr, .1. . .Miinn. K. 11,, Jr. Mi or,-, T. V. Moore. W. U MdDifluad, W. n. Mi)r£;:in, C. H. -Mi)r!;:iM. M. MnrrN. M. C. -Morris, M. D. Morris. S. M. Morrison. M. A. Morrow, 1 ' . I.. Morton, t;. I... .Ir. MoM-s, .7. M. Miillicrin. V. B. Miilllns, A. [.. Miiqiliy, M. M. Murray. K. I). Muse, V. A. Myers, A. M., .Ir. .Myer , I... Jr. Nail, . . W " . N ' a] ifr, .1. I ' . NmsIi, V. F. . .1, 1!. 1.. Neilis, i;. . . NVImiii, Joliii Frank Nfwcoiner, A, Newman, T. S. N ' ewton, J. E. Nielioles, D. T. Nicliiils. F. D. Xolen. .M. P. Xornian, K. T. Xorton, W. K. Xolt. C. . Xutt. 1!. F. Olrear, G. .S., Ill O Connor, E. H. Olins, M Oliver. .1. I), Oliver. V. 1.. Oitz. II. F. (I ' h Iveny. f. W. 0|i|ienlieinier. . . M. Cswald, . . B. Overstnet. K. C. I ' afford. 1 ' . M. Palmer. . . H. Pancoa.st, H. H. C. Pardee, K. B. Parker. C. E. Parker. E. M. Parker. V. M. Parkin-, F. A. Partain, I.. K. Patterson. .M. E. Pattillo. H. . . Paxsiin. U K. Peacock, J. H. Perkersnn, .J. F. Perry. 1). K. Perry. V. J. Perry, V. I.. Perrynian, ,1. .M. Pliillii)s, M. P. Pierce, (). B. Pierce. K. F. Pierpont, V. .J. Finckard, I.. T. Pinkston, E. I{. Pipkin, J. I,. Podrasky, F. H. Poer, X. C. Jr. Poland, W. V. Poole, J. M. Pope, F. .S. Porter, C. H. Porter, i. F. PorUr. V. .S. Powell, (i. E. Powell. J. i-. Power, ;i. G. Powers, P. W. Prevatt. .7. T. Price. C. I). Pritcliett, B. I). Pulley, C. .S. Pyle, R. C. Quifiley. (). S. Quin. W. S. Raine. , J. II. Rankin. C. I. RanMiMi. J. M.. Jr. Ratller. J. I). Ray. H. Read. li. 1) Redfearn, C. V. Reed. H. I.. Reeves. H. I.. ReyboUl. M. 1). Reynolds, ,1. V... Jr. Reynolds, J. f. Reynolds. I.. V. Rhine, H. M. Rice, . . G. Richardson, i ' . X. Richardson. H. .M. Richard.son. J. IV. Ji Richardson, .1. K. Roach, R. I.. Rolierts, . . F. Rolierts, . . ,S. Rohertf, P. O. Roberts, T. P. Roberts, W. F. Robert.siMi. B. .M. Roliertson. C. M. Robinson, tl. Rog[ers, T. S. Rose, J. F:. Rountree, P. I .. Rowe. C. R. Rowland. T. W. Rudolpli, V. E. Russ, J. I.. R US ' ell, G B. Ru.ssell, H. E. Ruth, S. E. Ruth. W. , . Sacha. F. I.. Sandirs. G. H. Sanders, G. G. Sanders, M. B. Sanders, (). S. Sanders, R. C. Sandford, R. D. Sapp, J. F. Scarbrough, . . E. Schenk, H. B. Schlossberg, X. Schnarr, I.. H. Schrimper, R. C. .Schroeder, K. G. .Schwencke, , . H. m I c:::t£i: ROLL Searcy, ,). K. Sewell, .1. .M. Sfhacki-lforil, H. K. Shclmitt, F. B. SlK])ar(l, W. T. Shields, W. D. Sliijiley, H. 1 . Shoemaker, t ' . K., Jr. Shou]), H. C. Shuford, C;. W. Sihert, M. I.. Sikes, .1. M. SiiiiersDii, ,1. M. Siiniiions, (). V. Sinicm, S. I, Siinpsiin, E. C. Sims, S. K. Sinclair, J. D. Smiley. D. D. Smith, fan)! M. Smith, Clicster M . Smith, K. I,. Smitli, K. I). Smith, John Allen Smith. .I.ihn Ariiall Smitli. .1. Iv Smith. .1. W. Smith. I., f. Smith, (). n. .Smith. W. A. Smith, V. O. Snead, R. E. Sm-ll. T. X. Snow, B. I). .Solomonson. H. I... Jr. Sorrells, H. H Spanglcr. (I. K. Sparks. (!. W. Specr. F. R. Speif;hts. R. I.,. S])ence, N. E. S|)iers, B. K., .Ir. Siiivey, W. B. Sjiratlinfr, li, W. Stephenson, C E. .Steven::, . . F. .Stockard, ,1. . . ,Stone ' y| her. II. (i. .Strauss. E. J. Strickland, V. i.. Strickland, E. F. Strobe r{j, H. F. .Strong, W. D. Stultz, J. M. Sturgis, . . W. Siibers, .S. Sumnieroiir, J. M. Summers, E. Sutker, P. G. Swain, R. W. Taber, J. W. Tabor, J. S. Talbert, W. A. ■J ' ankersley. C. A. Tate. W. B. Taylor, J. E. Taylor, W. R. Terrell, W. S. Tnomason, J. G. Thomasson, I. C. Thompson, C. M. Thompson, J. R. Toney, W. V. Toole, L. D. Towson. J. T. Tribble, W. L. Turner, G. B. Turner, H. J. lurner. T. B. Turner. W. -M. Tyler, F. B. Utsey, C. D. Vallejo, J. F. Vance. G. N ' . Veal. J. I). Vick. A. T. N ' ickery. 11. C. Waddey, I.. H. Wade, A. H., Jr. Wagner, J. 1.. Walker, H. I.. Wallace. G. V. Wallace. K. U. Walsh. G. J. Ward. C. .M. Ward. J. I.. Ward. I.. H. Wardlaw. W. O. Warner, S. ,1. Warner, W. C. Waters, C. M. Watkins, G. C. Watkins. .T. ().. .1 r. Watson. J. Watson. J. I).. .Ir. Watson. S. 1). Waxman, F. Weaver. H. . . Weill). ,1. A. Webb, W. M. Webber, W. W . Weed, I,. E. Weeks, P. B. Weitzcl, G. ,1. Well-. J. E. Wepriii. .1. R. Wessell. - . C. White, H. E. White, T. B. White, W. E. Whitworth. K. H. Wilkins. I{. Iv. Jr. Williams, . . M. Williams. K. C. Williams. T. I). Williams. W. F. Williamson. C. 1... Jr Williamson. I. W. Wilson, E. E. Wilson, F. A., Ill Winchell. R. E. WincTiiiller. .1. A. Witmer, C. X. AV ' oJnowski, .S. Woodcock, W. W. WooUirigbt, B. . I. Woolford. G M. Woolard. G. 1 ' , -r: . V. 11. Wright. T. B. Yancey. F. ' . Yeargan. E. E. Young..,!. (). ' ' oungblood, T. X. Zabloeki, C. B. Zinnuerman. E. Zoru. V. 1 " . m M W ■■■■ ■■V - - y-:. tK - .J.S ' - r . ' -: Ci jjwq c£oor Even ing School Senior Class OFFICF.KS 15. S. Kmbhv J. G. Smith .1. ( ' . Wai.i.ek President Vice-President Sei-rel(in nnd ' I ' riifsitrer Coiiiplftioii of tlie required courses of the Evening School of Commerce le.uK to the (Ifiiree of Bachehir of Commercial .S; ' ience. its curriculum being ke])t up to tile standards required at tlu ' better known institutions. Tile success of tiie Evening Sciiool is further insured by having on its faculty several of Atlanta ' s best business men in addition to those jirofessors who also teach in the day school. U ' ithin the ])ast year its enrollment has leaped from 357 to tH;). a gain of 36 ' r. The School of Connnerce on the campus w.is an offspring of tln ' K eniug School, the latter l)eing cstahlisbed in 1913, three years before the (la - schiml. ill Evening School Seniors lIciiiACi; C. IS.M I. AtbintM, (leorjria K:i|)]ia .Si;;]ii.i : IJelta Tlu-ta ; Alpha Ka|i]ia I ' si. CUEXN Al.I.EX Ellis .Teffersnn, Geoi-jria hU I I. .EON ' HmcE Ei.usox Atlanta, (leiirgia v i .:il ' lU;vF.iiiT Sims E: iutiv Atlanta, GeDriria -: - ' ■■ M Delta Sifriiia Pi; Owls Hnnoiaiy Siiciit ; lj-resif: (lent Senior Class; Inter-Eraternity and Stlcietv Cmineil. - :r: ' -- Thuhmon H(i(;if. Atlanta, Georgia .Iaspkr Moksk I.kwis Muscogee, Fluriil.i Wii.i.iAJi Baruktt Pope Atlanta, Genrjria Oi ItM Sif;ina PI; Owls Hcmorary Society; Inter- Fratertiitv and Sncietv Cniiniil. Ja.MES ChALJIEUS SlIEI.OR Atlanta, Georgia Alpha Ka]ipa Psi; Owls Honorary Society; Business Manager Teeliniti-; Inter-Fraternity and Society Council; Prc idiiil .Iiiinor Class; (nnipany Foiitl)alI. Jamks Cii.kxx Smith v Atliiiit:i. C ' lcorgia " - Delta Sigma Plii; Alpha Kappa Psi; Owls Hon- orary Society; ' (netian Clul); Teeliiiite; Secre- tarv .luiii ' ir Class; N ' icc-l ' resident Si-nior Class. .fA5h:s CarteS AValleb Culverton. Georgia ' - ' — Delta Signia .Pff Owls Honorary Society; Seo- retar -Treasurer Senior Class. k ' ' - I K ■ Jackson Wekk s Douglas, Georgia Delta Sigriia Pi, 1 M f r ; lioiiEirr I.ocis haley L | ItT " Mayfirld, Georgia Delta Sigma Pi; Owls Honorary Society; Jnter,- • " raternitv anil Society Council. ■ ■ X X tI " in- n iK Ul it.; ' m .:iE_-.;3 Ji:- " " - ' t til Evening School Junior Class OFFTCF.KS H. S. KmvLAND, ,In Prrshjinl T. I,. Paynp; Vice-Preshlciil . II. HiirriiJis Si ' rri ' (iri iiiiil Tna surer EVENING SCIIOOl. .HNIOUS Bauuktt. S. S. Hhadihiiv. 1). 1 ' . Ho ' iTdMs. W. H. Campbell. C ' edimc Cothhan, T. 1). Dams, II. M. Dicks. ' Illl. ns K. I ' ' kli). Bkx .loii .NS(jN. Miss Li ' Cile M. Kkith. IIvitHY E. I.KWis. Miss Hattil M. nniN, T. !.. .MVLIIS, . . I... .IlL Payne, Thos. I,. Pi.r.vB. FiiANc ' is X. RowLAxi), Sanuers. .Iil Sewei.l. li ai vie p. StHICKIAM). FitAXK Welsh. K. C. WirsoN, H. F. □ n I ' IfM Evening School Sophomore Class OFFICERS J. W. Beasi.ey I ' nsidciil Miss Li ' cii,?: Merritt .... ' icf-l ' risii (nt H. W. l{is:iEY Secrctdri) mid ' I ' riiixurer KVKXIXG SCHUUl, SUl ' HUMUKES . masox, I. H. Cheshire. Mrs. H. He. si.ey, Joe W. Coxoi.y. J. (). Bei.i.. Rai.I ' H Clark. E. S. Berry, Norman Dare. E. P. HiviNs. Roy- S. Disiiarox. E. L. Brown. H. A. Dhennan. .Sarah Brown. Hai;r - S. Elliott. H. B. BlI.UKK. E. S. ESTES. J. . . Hitler. Frank W. Fitts. C. E. Chafix, H. K. Fitts, F. E. £ ' £ N I A ' G SCHOOL SOPHOMORES C o n I I n II e J Fleck, Miss Aiiikiita Fox, H. S. Game, M. F. Gholsox, C. K. Gibson. A. E. Gibson, W. S. Glassman. Hahhv .S. Hammett. Haipii Hii.i.s. Henkv L. I,EACII. M. H. Maktin. Miss At. .ma Mahtix. M. H. Ma jah, Jack Mehhitt, Miss I.icii.e MoHRis, Adhian McCoNNEI.l.. H. I.. McC ' iREliOR, G. I{. Pahkek. (). .f., ,)ll. Pratt, Erxp;st Roberts, J. F. Robinson. Fred W. RUSSEY. II V. SlIEPARD. M. Simpson, K. R. Smith. .7. O. s« ' ords. h. m., .iii. Thomas. Cieo. G. Van Hoiten. J. U. Walton. .1. .S. WlllTEMAN, E. R. ft life Mi i M lie i I Evening School Freshman Class i Il m ii OFFICERS Loris Rai-schenbekg President Gordon- Keith Vice-Preshlfnl H. I. Padgett Secretart and Trea-titrer Evening School Freshmen and Special Students rVdams, Frank L. kers. A. S. lhriL ' ht. Mrs. Minnie B. Mhriirht. M. M. lcc)rn. Jiihn " . ll -)i. Fred G. ll( II, James A. Mien, .Tnlin E. Allen. M. H. Allen. M. V. Allen. Raymond V. Alternian. George Anderson, Miss Leonora Aniielierir. Miss Marie Arnau, A. R. Arnold. H. B. Arnold. Mrs. H. B. Askew, .Joe D. Bacon, Paul B. Bailey, William O. Baker, Sara C. Barnett, S. C. Baxley, . . .1. Beane, Xornian V. £ ENINC SCHOOL FRESHMEN AND SPECIAL STUDENTS Continued lici ' kh.ini. Kiil.ci-t Y. Bedanl. Walter IL, Jr. Hell. Ilnr.Ki ' Hnnlwill. M. C. Hfck, .Mi s .h ' linic Lou Heckiicll, .Mis Fruiu-cna Biifcr. T. W. Belisari " , AK.ss Gladys Hrnnrh-. Hnwar.l V. Hcniiftt, F. S. Kcntnii. J. . . Bfrlin. I ' liilip Berry, 1.. E. Berry. MLss Winnie Belts, (). 1... Jr. Blackniar, T. R. Blodgftt, William Bdhind, II. C. BrDck, Miss Maiirine BrDwii. -Miss Cardline Brown. .1. I ' iiiis, Jr. ]5ri wii, KiMincth Brown. .Miss Lillian Brooks, P. S. l?rnniliy. Miss llarriettc Br an. .Miss Winnie D. Bollard. C. F. Borki-. II. .M. Botler. . . I ' . CiniiilH-ll. Miss N ' cra {■arls(in, .Ml ' red .M., .1 r. Carlyon. Miss Malu-l (. ' arncy. T. I- ' . Carr, Ualpli W. Carroll, .Mi-s K.ithfrinr Carter, .1. W. C. Carte r. Lane Carter, Miss Lueile Cathey, J. J. Chanilirrs, 1). W. Chandler, li. H. Cheatlouo. .May I). Cheves, .Miss Aloia L. Clegg, J. K. Colili. Ceeile Collins, C. J. Comfort, J. .M. Conine, W. P. Cornwell, .L D. Corrigan, Miss Regina Cinvan, J. Ci. Cox. R. F. Crawley. R. L. Crini. .1. .M. Crinnnins. William E. Cnlia. .losepi, Daliniv. Frank Diekerson. W. ,L Dillon. .Miss .Mabel Dohlis. .). Royee nohh-. T. K. Di ' iskell. . Ia ■ion (j. Dnrant. .Miss .M.irgare! Duvall. J. C. Da ' ison. Ha niiin Dean. . . J. DeLoaeli. A. .1. Dunn. W. ,1., Jr. Eakin. Roy .S. Eyles, F. L.. Jr. Fanilirongli. C. C. F ' anner. .Miss Helen Farmer, ' 1 ' . C. Fitts, P. W. Foueher, 11. F., Jr. Freeman. I.. 1). Freeman. Roliert Gand]le. Claude D. (Earner. ( ). II. Gaulding. Cilyim Gaulding. Jolm Gentry. II. L. Giles. c;eo. T. Davids. m. Miss F:ialiel .M. L. Gleason. P. I.. Davis. lioli -rt F.. ,1 r. Godhv. li.ilpli Davis, W. c;. (Joettioger. G.aliriei Davis, Willi.im II. Gokllierg, Maey Davis. W. .1. Golden. l- ' ,rn -st EVEMNG SCHOOL FRESHMEN AND SPECIAL STUDENTS Continued m C.irdoM. H. .1. Grant, V. K. Gnss, Geiirge Green, Irliv V. Greene, Rny T. Greene. Thos. K., Jr. Gregiory, M. Guinn, fix de C. HackiiKni, .Miiriiaret Hanirick, A. H. Harl er, J. 1{. N " . Hall, Miss Olive Ham, W. E. Harris, Arthur AV. Hart, Miss Martha Ross Hcniperlev, J. W. Hester, D. H. Hewey, CI.mU- ' . Hill, Hubert M. Hindsman, D. W. Holden, Howard T. Holland. E. H. Horn, J. H. Hoiik, H. O.. Jr. Horowitz, L. S. Howard, Miss .Mary Hunt, V. D. Hubert, Ivry Hunter, V. H. Hutchinfrs, Clyde Ingram, D. J. Jackson, Miss Elizal)ith .lannoulis, J. X. Johnson, Clarence Jolmson, Mi s Diinald .lohnson, H. F. Johnson. H. B. Johnson, Mrs. J. .M. Johnson, R ibt. H. .lohnston, Jos. . Johns, C. B. Jordon, Walton McCauley Kahn. H. R. Keene, Charles Keith, Gordon Keith. .lames Keller. Russi 11 G. Kendrick, E. L. Kendrick, -Miss Frances Kendrick, Lee T. Kiker, R. D. King, J. G. Kitchens, H. C. Klingnian, Paul F. LaHatte, J. T. Lansberg, Morris J. Langston, J. P. Lawhon, William Lawton, A. D. I.effler, L. R. I.emasters, I.. I. Leven, W. . . I.evinsin, .S. A. ],evison. Miss Paula Lewis, Walter E. Lewi,. .Miss Laura Little, .Miss -Molly Lyoii. .Miss Willie Hell Mack, Paul Mallard, R.)ht. L. .Manry, John Ardis .Martin, I). ( )., Jr. .Mason, .Miss Erna Lee Matthews, W. C. -Mays, T. E. Medlock, R. . . Meyer, .Miss Ann E. .Miller. William F. -Mill. r. W. W. .Millwood, W. H. -Milton, .Mrs. I.oula X. .Minor, W. . I. Mitchell, -Miss Mary -Moody, Robert Moore, C. A. .Moore, M. H. .Morrow, W. C. Jr. -Mcn-t ui. . . B. .Mo .ley, J. W. McConnell, R. L. .McCoy. Frank S. .McCoy. .Sinclair B., .Ir. -MeGehee, O. R. - m E ENING SCHOOL FRESHMEN AND SPECIAL STUDENTS — Coniwued Mcdrc-ijr. (;. U. Qnilli in. F. 1!., .) r, SinipsDii, A. .M. -Mcdri-iidr, .1. C. Qiiiiin, .Mis ' . I. mile Simpsnn, Jaints .Mtlnm-s Kiaiik I.. RM.lfnnl. X,-al F.. Simpsnn. W. E.- McKcr. R. E. Kagsd.ilc-. .Inlui Willi.iiii, .h: Sinfrlftoii, G. K. McKac. n. H. Rainwater. J. M. Smith, A. P. Xcllis. Mis Frani-(S Rankin, G. E. Smitli, Miss Elizalu-lli Xrtlurlaiid. F. H. RaiischrnlxTf;-. I... Jr. Sniitli, F. W. Xcvill.-, W. ,1. R,,y, c. V. Smilli, .Miss Miimic- I.oe Xi-wiiian. F. 15. Reddinc, , . W. Smith, Paul M. " ' ii " -- ■ ' • B. I{(i l. Konald Smith. H. Iv ,1. Oriiain. W. T. Reynolds. A. I,. Sniitli. William G. Orr. Edfrar Rhi)de,s Frances Snyder, A. I,. Oxford. Douglas Rieliards, .Marfiaret Solomonson, Henry I.. Padfivtt. Ha! I. Rola-rts. H. E. Solonir)n, L. F. Parker. G. F. Roliertson. Curtis Spear, .Miss .Maude Parker. (). ,1.. .Tr. RnhiTis..n. Fdw. W. Spigj.|e, .Miss Ellen Parnell. William F. Romines, C. C. Sperry, V. K. I ' asehal. .Miss .Vva Rudder. Rudolph Spinks. C. S. I ' atilln, O. T. Kiis.s, .Mi-s Fdna Stanton, ,1. I.. l ' atters(Ui, HIair .M. Ryan, .Miss Kli .ahelh Steele, Glouiili S. Peeler, .Miss lirlty Satterfield, K. H. Stott, .T. E. Pi uuiufiton. Dan Selienek. K. I,. Stovall. F. H. Perry, Randolph Seott, Harv -y Strain, . . T. Petty, Hoy V. Sehwarz, P. .1. Strieklan l, T. C. Phillips, .lidian M. Seff, l.eou Strinfrer, G. C. I ' hillips, W. ].. Se crenee. MissG. Pi. Summers, llaynie Pias. Cliester Sliankli. S. .M. Suttler. H Tnard. Jr. I ' illman. V. M. Sluinklin. J. I!. Sweat. G. P. Pl.itt. Itieh.ird .S. Sharp, A. X., Jr. Swinford, W. ( ' . Plnnili, Miss I ' .lizahelh 11. Sheats. Ciarlaiul II. ' J ' a rranec. Gu .M. Piiiilt. Kohl. G. Shiver.s, Edwin . . Taylor, .Miss Uuhy 1 ' EVENING SCHOOL hRESHMEN AND SPECIAL STUDENTS Continued ill IJ r m i Tefldtr, J. I.ee Terlimie, Howard H. Tliarpe, B. E. Thoniason, Clias. A. Thompson, J. R., Jr. Transon. ' Chas. B. Tiigjrle. Miss Jennie Mat- Turnt ' i , J. C N ' andiver, G. B. ■anH llten. J. 15. Wrntr, H. D. M ' tenis. M. O. Weinlierji ' . A. Wheeler. Mi-, Paidint Vh. khe], A. A. White. .Mis K. l.ouiM- White. .Miss Xancy Wliite. W. I ' . Wliitlev, J. W. Williams. Klwood A ' est, Krnest Milliams. (). B. Williams. Hoy M. Williamson. Harry Wilson. Geo. W. Wilson. Jas. W.. Jr. ' ilson. Karl Woodson. Cora Woodnift ' . James ' . Wood. .Mrs. 1.. P. A ' nn. .Miss N ' elma Zellner. (. ' . T. M i i _ TJis JTCK JTieS SkN lUH UKiMtESKNTA-rI KS Jl ' XlOR Refhksentativks IIHn Inter-Fraternity Council OFFICERS H. M. Beck.vei.i Prcxidfiil V. H. Akxoid ] ' irr-l ' ri iiilyiit S. D. MruRAY Secretnri rind Trenxurir H. F. Hill I AND Ser ieniil nt .Irm.i Prof. Ficiyd Fiki.d Fririilti Ifiiircsintnlive Fraternities Alpha Tim Omcqn Sii nui Alphn E iixilmi Knpptt S!(fJtui . . Sit nKi y tt . . . . Kit p pa Alifhii . . m Ueltii Thetti . Phi Kiipjiii Sii niit Pi Kiippn Alpha Chi Phi Siijmii Phi Epxiliiii Pi Koppii Phi . . Beta Theta Pi . . Delta Siifiita Phi Delta Tail Si II ma ( ' ht Phi Sii ina Thetii (hi Chi ■; Phi (rumma Delta Delta h ' appa MEMBERS Se X roFt R E I ' RESE XTATIVES .S. D. MVRRAV . .J. E. Dean . . . H. . I, Beckxei.i. .R. B. Davison . . I.. Brewer . . . n. F. .McRae . .C. p. Hunter, Jr .C. A. Jamison . . W. H. Ahxoii) ..I. N. Barrett .W. P. DiNN. Jr .(i. H. BtXiGS, Jr. .X. W. RlI.EY . . I.. E. Tate . . .J. F. N ' lCHoi . R. E. Williamson .Ci. H. CONI.EY . .G. H. C ' liAiii.E . I. C. Barber, Jr .Jl ' NIOR Representatives P. ' o • Wei.i.er E. A. C ' lIIASSON M. S. Savage S. J. Yeoman J. M. Brewer W. S. James J. V. Ha:mmoni). . W. E. Booker. Jr. R. F. Hoi.i.ani) T. S. Govan R. F. Carswei.l W. S. Boyle M. W. B I. ANTON A. M. QlEEN W. J. HOLMAN D. Morton G. O. Turner , G. I,. Chaille . R. N. Fickett Tr. Jr. M m m Vv m h a. i ' ■ ' ' . I m Alpha Tau Omega bi-;t A lor A en m ' tkr Founded lK i.5 Established 1W8 A AITKK HkKMA.V Ai.UHED Li-ovi) Hadci.iffk Ash .Tri.iAN Fraxcis Gbay Wai.tkk I.roYi) Hi ' Dsox tJEORGK Al.BEKT AllMOR Edward Varwick Harris Reubex Coiombus Hodd Tir(i- iAs D. HosKixs SKXIOHS .TrXIOKS C ' lwipters. !t3 Members, 22,0(1(1 ClAHK WdRTl.EV .loXES riAMlEI. DlBoSE MlRRAV Li.EWEi.i.YX M ' li.MA.Ai Pitts Wiii.iAM Francis Hice Waiter Savers I.ightboirxe Louis Jacot Martix High Siiackei.ford Piiiiip .Iusepii ' yx Wei I ER ill BS ,S(1I ' riOM( " )RF,S Ml DuriiAi. Ferc.isox Bartiiei.mess, .Ir. JOIIX FkEEMAX CrjIMIXGS Samiek Whitheid Cheeves Henry Dinxaway. Jr. Wii.i.iAM Brosius Fexder M ' alteh Maxiy Joxes Patrick Cieburxe Giiiia:m C_ ' aj(ra Latiirop I.ane Dudley Stoxe Therance Grey Tysox. Jr. .Ia.IIES El.IISOX TlGNER Terrell Coxstantine Wesley Joe Wai.ser c.ari.tox n ' - t1iaxiel hl ' giies C " lint(.ix Parks .Almrrox Cyrus D. Cassidv Homer Christiax Tho. ' vias Dex: iark PiiiiLir Dextox Ward Grantham Fi.E.MixG Joxes P(fsEY Joxes Ho.MKii Jordan FRESHMEN ' A LURED .r. Kirpii ■luLiAN Reyxoid: ROCKWEIL RoWE George Sparks Spexcer Subers .Vi.EXAXDER Wade. Jr. CJeoroe Weitz.el c lare n ce w 1 1 li a.m son Erniuvii I.. Yeargen I h - wv? ' -■ ' TTS I r» Sigma Alpha Epsilon CIeukc.ia Phi Chapter Founded I8fi5 Estalilished 1889 WlLLIAAI MoXTGOMERY AxDFRSOX George Daiias Bakek Carter Tate Barrox Earl Axtiioxy Chiassox Joel Edward Deax Loris DoroLAs deI.oach Isaac Cornelius Bhixsox. Jk. Samuel Corbix Charles Lewis Humphrey .loHX Butler I.tllard Erxest Briscoe Merry. Jr. Archibald Afc.rsT Britt .ToHx William Chafee Browx- .Fohx Cartwrigiit Cook William DA ES E ' e BeXJAAIIX CiH01.ST0X " Li cu " s .ToHX Harris. ,Ut. .Joseph Tra ' is Hollemax. .Tr. Casper .Tacksox .Tohxsox. .Tr. Charles Brumby Harry Dewar Kafe Banks DuPre Marshall Si.ms De ' at ' ghn .Tames Richard Frink WlILlA.M XeTHERLAND DlT.ANEY .Tames Herbert Humphreys Thomas Lambert Cliapters. 99 Meiuhcrs. 2T.S38 SEN ' IOR.S JINIORS Maxwell Berry Crant ' AXCE DuBcsE Sullivan Willia. " i O. ' . Chichester Harry I5uckxer Thomh.sox Xathanael Sxeed Turner Archie TiuniAS Reeves .Ta: ies ' AYN■E Moore. .Tr. Charles Hexry Xeili. Henry Rudolph Puxd Robert Colemax Read . lbert Wykxe Shepherd, Jr. SOI ' HU.MURES . mcs Bl ' rxie .Tones James Taylor Kixxett George Hamilton Lewis James Hoyt Marbury Arthur .Jesse Merrill. .Jr. Davenport Jacksox Moore AViiLiA.M Walker .McCathern. .Tr. Jack Lewis Tway FRESHMEN Clarence Winston .McKey Hugh .McDowell McElrath. Jr. Robert Leon Xeel Warner Mizell Robert Balfour P. rdee W. YXE ShER-M- N QlMNN Frederick Bryant Sheilnut Charles Edward Shoemaker. .Jr. .Joseph Wiiiia i T.xber FACULTY Prof. . . Reamer Ml I •II ■,yi Ga.i;. - ■ffiR . Kappa Sigma Aii ' iiA I ' m CiiAi ' TEii Fmmck-d l Cio Kstiililislu-d Cliaptcrs, 103 Members. -ilj.dDU SKMOUS Heywauu Mahox Beckxeli. ' iiiiA [ .Ieffehsox CnosswELi. PlIIIIl ' W ' kUEH Ht ' lTUX Wii.i.iA.M Auuis Lewis Ki.Msox Stan " ley McXeice HllADPUHU Mekiiv Mekceii McCai.i. Thakpe JIXIOKS Joiix Edwai.i) Haikmc.iit Wadi.ey Kaovi Gi.exn High McOhnaii) Maiitin Joseph Caidweii, .McCaii .Mii.is Si ' EXCEit Sa -ace m SOPHOMORES ' iiiiA.A[ Fhaxkiix Deauehkk John McC ' iavghey ' Feeimsteu GeOROE Cl.ARK GaISSERT WuFHEi) Main Honour Robert I.airence Horn Lane Mitchei.i., Jr. W ' h 1 1 AM Henry Kicharusox m Hi r •I ' i TiioJiAs Leonard Beckneii. .IiiHN Ucr.Kiis Di:AnEi;K ' K GEtmCE .Vl.EXANIH H FltlX Daxiei. Gl ' Y ' Ci.AiDE VoiNo House .Toe L son ' Pooi.e ' hiiam I ' liiw mid Rrnoi.iiH l)n. I) will Mi:i iim: S.Mi ' iif FRESHMIiX FAt ll.TV Charles Haaih.ton .Sanhehs WlI.I.lAM TlHUlWLII SlIErAllII WlI.I.lA.M DuNEAIi .SlIIEIIli WiEAiER Bennett .Simvey im.ia:m Stevens ' rEiua;i.i- ToM Roiioiv .1 At K W ' ATStlN Coal 11 llll M A. Aikxandeii ■■ ' " ■ ' loonr.o ' OuM Sigma Nu Ga. ima Aii ' iiA Chapter Founded 1869 Establi lled 1S96 C ' lia] ters. 92 Mi-iiilicrs 20.-J00 SENIORS 1 IIO- ' MAS Sami ' ki. Axc.iky Samuel Candikr Coachman Greex Fi.arey Cooper. Jr. Holmes Walter Frederick Allex Tyxdall McXeil Roger McKeene Page. .Ik. Carroll Kkv McDaniel doiglas cottixgiiam p. sley Hihert Oliver .Shiptrixe Thomas .VnvooD Wilder SoLOMOx Joseph Yeomax JUNIORS Ieffersox Davis A: ibrose r.DWAKI) MeDDOWS CoPELAXl RoY ' Bexsox Davisox Frederick Coxrad Debele Thomas .Manx Fle.mixg Bexxet Rith Adams M. rshall Edgar Bfsii W. A. Edwards James Earnest Cook, Jr. Glex Augcstas Holland George Tracy- Hendry " , Jr. Harold Ca.mpbell Llmmus WiiiiA ' vi Waiier Hearn Frank McGee Mayo William Blchannan Redmond George Beller Sprick WuiLxM Rush Wallace SOPHOMORES John Thomas Phillips James Crowder Parham Robert I.ee Randolph Loris Frederick Schaefee Paul Jones Sheppard Roderick Brittain Lee Allen M. Randolph Tobert M. ArsTix HlNTER T. BiCKHAM Ross R. Collier Harold A. Fai; t John C. Howell Harold W. Rusk FRESHMEN DoNAl n M. M RTIN John K. Mahtin. .Ir. Frank H. .Meredith JiiHx S. .Maxwell .Ia.mes C. Napier William W. Woodcock FACULTY , Coach IlAmiiii E. Barron ' if- IP It. ■.-- J. ' i ' T v-JT ' " ' ■ iAN P ■ 1 Founded 18(j.5 Established 1898 Kappa Alpha AiPiiA Sigma C ' iiapteii Chapters. 58 Menihers, 18,(l l(J Pierce Houxe Bakek Lewis Biieheii James Muutcix Hi ' ff SENIORS .loux HorsTux Maiisuali. Wll I Aim OwEX Pool. TlKIMAS Hahiiisox IJankix. .III. .IINIORS .loHX Mills BlIEWER IJexjamix Lee Chew. ,Iii. James Coi.emax Daxiei. Ci.emext Fiiiii) •SlU GlIAV UOODWYXE TlIO. IAS B.VKEH HAYXESWdlrril. ,Iu Daxiei, Thomas Manget Kahl Briixs Xixox Ci iFTo.N Bexja.mix Wii.buiix SOPHOMORES Rai.eigh Aiixai.l ' ktor Etgexe Maxget, .Tr. Thomas Hexiieksox Cooke. Jr. .loiix Stark McCrockiix Lewis Ad.v.ms Deax PmriKit Laxgstox Morrow Erxest Ormom) DeFore liuiiARu CoxwAY Pyie Rai.eigh Ei(;exe Drexxox Chari.es Mosei.ey Pioa.x .loiIX WllIIA.M CRCIItll C ' lEORGE Hoi. BROOK KoJIRIG F ' reDERRK W ' ii.I.I.V.M Hl ' GHES W ' iSTEIt .Vl ' Gl ' STl ' S .Sh. R1 Uhiiari) . . Lvox EwiiARD Weiiixgtox Swiit. .Ik. FRF.SHMRX .loHX El.l.SWORTII H. l 1 Herschei. ' er xox Keith. .Ir. George McCaiiey ' Laxkford 1 ' ' .ri)Maxx Frederick Lewis Cl,. REXCK LkE LoTT ' lI.l.l. .-M I ' ' .. RI. .Mcl EX .IE Ed.moxd H. III,T0X O ' Co.V.NOR W ' amace Josiha Pierpoxt. Ill tiEORGE Fisher Po:meroy .loiix Daniei Rather. Ill ClI.MH.KS L RIOX W ' ouI.IOLK F. C I [.TV Dr. M iuox Li ' thkr I rittain Pltoh ' . .I(lll Hp.DC.ES Ciol-I ' PiMiF. Lio n ' .viti:r Ciiapin Dr. Wh.iia.m Coi.mkr Phrrv " ' Acovsn . «•.H v . Phi Delta Theta GKdlldlA DkiTA C ' llM ' TEll Fiiinuled 1848 t ' lKi|itcrs, !)( 1-M:ililislic(l I!»(I2 McimIkts, 3-2,()00 SENIORS TuDGE Wesley Bearden John Hahdeman Conn Donald Finlay McRae Walter Simeon James, Jr. Jl ' NlOKS George Nolan Beardex Tiiiimas Wahd Dennis RiEEEN Winston GooDiMan. Jr. John LrxcEumi) C ' iiamheiis HorsTOK Parks IIoiser SOI ' IIO.MOKES William Bass Brock Houraxce Antiioxy MriviiEi] Frank Wesley Green Ciiakles Atwaitr Hnioi i ' h. .Ir. TllO.MAS HrXTER GODDARD FreU PaII WhITTAK1.II Joe Kent, Jr. Uoiiert White Wiii.iamson Fred W. Mitchell Iii.iax .Ioshia Wilson F RES H -MEN Nathan McNeu, . yers .John Coxynoton Knight Harold Wh.lia.m Beers Daniel I ee Krauss .Iames Randolph Browx Earl McKen;ie, .In. James Cantev . rchie Graham .MiNair Edward Natiia.niel Coates Willia.m . tiian JItse He.nry Davis Collier Henry Cole.man NiCJiors Eston George CiARDEXiiiRE, Jr. Nor. ' man Cului ' itt Pokr Tho.mas Hartley Hall John .Marshall Raxsoji, Jr. Jacob Mii.to.x Heard, Jr. Thomas Schely Rogers WiNioRD V. Ince Martin Either Sieert Tack Cole .Tetton William Anderson Smith W ' m LI M Byri) Tate .iKf " ' " ■ Oi;F.R-l lv»7ERr-- Phi Kappa Sigma Foiiiuled 1850 Estalilisliod 1901 AiriiA N ' l CiiAriER Chapters, S4 Members 9,000 SKN ' IORS Harvey BAKErt Alexander Jackson- Fekmet John Wooiis Hammond. Jr. James Stiart Haynsworth Harry Franklin Bickers Joseph Wii.iard Howeii. Charles Pinckney Hi nter. Jr. Klein Webb Kennedy kobert e-mil willia.ms James I.t.l Yocnc .Tr. JUNIORS Joseph Milton Roberts James Lamar Tho.mi ' son GcY ilAKUV Tm.-MBLE Alvix Anthony Hero SOPHOMORES Dickerson W ' iibirn Wilson freshmen- Joseph CiEVELANu Cooper. Jr. Nathan Apleton Holman William Alexander Hughes Mike Hudson. Jr. John Aldreix;e Moore Robert Lee Walker. Jr. Charles Milton Waters. .Ik. Robert Emmett Wilkins F.VCLLTV Prof. William L. McEver Prof. Fkank Robkrson Re.xde Prof. Daniel B. Sankurd i Pi Kappa Alpha Aii ' iiA ni;rrA C ' iiai ' tek Founded 18(iS Chapters. 70 Established 19()4- Members, 8,658 SKMOKS llfi; WiLi.iAji Benjamin Askew Cecii. ArE AM)i;ii Jamison WiiriAM fluwAi u BooKEii. Jr. Heniiv Jeuvv Kkiiv JllllN t ' A3IFBEII. BlTT. .III. HaRIEIGH HkvTH .McUrEOOR .FoiIX I.OVEII. ClPE I ' aii O Xeii. Withers . iiex Haiee, Jii. Chariis Leon 1 ' ark PjXOS Sa U ' EI. H.MiTIMAN r- ERCY HARt ' M) I ' kUKINS. Jr. .11 XIOKS Fr-vnk Thomas . i.ex. ni er. .Ik. Lai-ris Ives Sai ' nukrs KnoAH .Ieheii C ' iiowiev. .Ir. Eari. .Jack Trackv ' n.iiA: i C ' lAiitiirRNE ' ArTo ' SOI ' HOMOKK.S EuwARD Morse Bi ' rx ' I ' liAinjErs .Shii ' trine .Iohxstux .loHx Frederick C ' l rry ' iviax -McGowax iFoiix QrixcEY HuncEs Fiovu Moore Robert Camp Wiiiiam Thomas Sim.moxs I.ArREXCE " iiiia: [ Hoi.tsixoek Clyde Si: ifson S. iith FliF.SH.MF.N .Ia.aies Hai Asi.iRV. .Ir. John How.vrd Hinis WiiiARD HiTciiLciLK Hackis Earxkst Wai ter Hoi.mes (lEOHoE Dariey Coffee Harris Hoi i.owav Ray:moxd DeGivexs CntRY .John Wiiiiam I.eicii. ,Ir. Roy l.Aciiisox Gordon " Joiix ' IcTl!R I.ittie Robert .Vi.i.isox Hicks. .Ir. .Max . i.liso.n Morrison F.VCIT.TY I ' rof. Theodore Saixders Drxx Prof. Fraxkiin Chadwick Snow I ' aI ' T. Wiiiiam Ac.xew Howi.axd Lieitexaxt K i;i:i it Roy Wei, is I ' ROF. Eari. Siiei;:m n Haxnafokd i Chi Phi Founded 182i Estalilislifd 1904 Omega CiiAiTi;ii Chapters, 29 Members, 9,000 SENIORS Wylie Hai.i. AnxoLD Wakrex Hehbeiit Bamkord Charles ue i ' Au ' .ie Harris Kaii ' h Fraxcis Hoiiaxd Ja.mes H. Lewis Cai.braith Lamar Morris AViixiAM Simeon ' Scherffius Ciiari.es Albert Schwartz Andrew Bowie Wardiaw .ToHX LlVlNC.STON VoiXG JUNIORS High Fraser Aikex MiiTox AVyiie Arxold William Frederick Eve Cabixess Fraxk Raymond Clark, Jr. Daxiei. Wii.sox Dougherty ' Watts Clrxx F ' rxest Christian Koxtz Thomas Tobix Miller. Jr. Thojias Lixton Robersox. Jr. Erie Storm Trosdal. Jr. William Clarke Waiidiaw. Jr. Joseph Hioii Wiilia.ms SOPHOMORES Emory Warixg Best. Jr. Charles S. DiBose Sti:wart Phixizy Barrett Harry Leslie Holland Henry Harrison Cabixess John Rissei.l Porter, Jr. Edward Ca.aii ' Beli. Davis William Fitch Sheddex JOHX SOUTHERLAXI) DoXOVAX WlILIA.M BlTIER MuLHERIX William P. . rxoid. ,Tr. ,Toiix P. Ca. ' mpbell Herbert O. Jeffries John J. Lambert FRESHMEN James Perkersox John- Sinclair IjEox Strickland Charles P. Taylor H Kn AIM) L. ' inciiki l FACLLTV Phof. Ja.aies Erskine McDaniel m i m i ' i ! m Fimiuieil lidil Estalilisliid 1!I(I7 Sigma Phi Epsilon Gp:ohc.[,a Aii ' ha C ' hai ' tkr Cliaptors Si MnilllrTS, 10.0(1(1 SENIORS .Ifl.IAX XlClTdls BaiuIETT ' 1 ' hoaias I ' avxe Govan .Iami.s IIkmiv GnovES KoBEHT W ' lI.SOX GlIEEXE. Jli. John CoriiTEXAY LeHey FlIEDKIlIC ' K ' ii,1Ia: I I ' llMIIV, W ' ll I.IAM Menhv I ' eumi . Joseph Hexiiy Sixi:eh Cl.AIIEXlE XeAI. HaKKETT Hoke Smith Bihxsox Thomas K[(iihax Faihes AiEMKii ,I(]iiN- Law FliANkllX HexsIIX WllITAKEIi J r MORS .TciHX ' KHEXKEE I.AWO Fhank a. Piayeh JOHX HaY ' ES I ' lHTCHAlU) Fl.OYI) Al.FOXSII Wai.tox H Midi 11 ' I ' ll lllllll Wll.IIAJIS W ' ll 1 1 .M C ' llAl ' l ' EI.. Jn. .loHX Vll.l.IA5I Cl.AY ' TOX FllANflS ,T, De.MI ' SEY SOIMIO.MOUES EiiXEST Hexry Dl .mmeyer KdWAIII) ( ' iE(1IH:E FEiOIEII. .Iames R(ie Peiiuy. ,Iii. KiioAii .Myiupx L ' xueuvvood. Ju. FRESHMEN Ja:vies Hasei. Axcm ' . " M Chaihes Chai ' max AllCHHIAII) SteEIE Nathan Junes Giieexe Hiiw toi Asa (ikhtith SaIT ' H AniHIEW GrsTAFSIIX Julius W ' ii.sox Hki.jiick Neil Haiivey I.assiteh HaLBERT CinAXT LaW JOHX FlIAXK NeISOX Harold Frederkic Oi.t , JoHX E. Rose Lester LivixosTdx Weeii Paul Roberts m I ]FrT. I)av[1)S ' .)n ifi ' : Pi Kappa Phi Iota Chapter Founded 1901 Established 1913 Chapters, 33 Members, fi.OOO SEXIORS William Patience Dixx. Jr. Joux Foley Mercer William Marvix McGraw RUFIS HlTCHIXSOX CaRSWELL Fraxk Stark Deax. Jr. ESTELL EdWIX EzELL Frank Leonard Feagi.e. Jr. Albert Hexrv Caesar. Jr. M.ITHIS . XDREW EzEI.L Claud Gambol Dox. vox George JoHX I.ERov Hammond JUXIORS John Mariox Moobe Hazard Earie Reeves Henry Sanders RcnvLAND, .Tr. Albert Watsox SDPHUMORES William Edward Hackett Jonx Hariax I.loyd Edward F. Powell LoriE Raischexbebg George William Schall i n FUESH.MEN .Albert Corxeii Hall Frte Kexxeth Halgiitox Theobox Horxblckie Da.v Ligox Dave N ' lciiois Oswald A. T. Gotjex Cif 4ri.es Price h-4r0ld isexiiolr Robert Reeves ,IaMES WiRD " m m I U i I ' s II I m lr» - -Hi ' Beta Theta Pi Gamma Eta Chapter Foiiiuled l S3fl Kstalilished IfllT Ch iptcr-, H.5 -Mi-mliei ' s, 31,(i(l(l SKNIOHS ( " .iiFKiiT HiTiiiiusE BoGGS. Jr. John PiiAiin Hoimes CiiAHiES Price Coxnaii.y, Jr. Waitui I.ciwe Si arhuikugh MtJREl-AM) S:mit]i JINIOR! W ' liiiA.M Stewart Boyi.e Harry Edwahd Eatox Al.llNZd Weester Ciark. Ill Jri.iAX Hoke Harris Paul Traiier Hayxe, Jr. Ervix Leox- Keexeh Stephen Jiiirs Meares, Jr. .Tames Gastux Xiciiois JoHX .MiiTiix Xkiiois. Jr. Charles Eigexe Roberts. Jr. WnilAM CiNXIXGHAM WhITE James Aiexaxder Boyd Charles Ware Fitzgerald Lixcoix SiMPsox Grant Edward Baktox Hamm Juiix ' ax . iiex Haij ' u D ' liiixx Bayless Hexry N ' ewtox Callahax Waiter Haidemax Clarke William Bert Culpepper VoLXEV Parsoxs Eakix KoRERT DeHoIF FreDERICV AXGIS .hllAX Heeke Prof. . . H. .Vr.aistroxg I ' rof. Hal Heyxoi.ds SOPHOMORES Dayid Maiil Heritage Johx Rees Leach Todd I.ixsfurd. Jr. COXXAIIY FrkKS .MlClTCHEOX Xathax PdXD Stark FRESH.MKX ArmiEY Aluxzo Hours Dax Waite .Maddox William Tiio.m.vs Meers Fraxk David X ' ichoi.s Hal Irvixe Padgett Tho3ias Peytox Roberts X ' oBMAx Caver Roise Harold Eigexe Ri-sskil F. ( II.TY DEA M " . ' . Skills Dr. J. B. White Calx. H. K. Diiis C,. CUS Delta Sigma Phi Founded 1899 Established 1920 AirUA CiA- ' NoiA Chapteh KoBEIlT MtCltliK BlIAXKSTUXE Albert Ha.mbv Bishiip Homer Deems Fixciier. .Ir. SKXIORS Chapters, 38 Members, 4,200 Neil AVebb Kiley James Glexx Smith Be tari) Wiiiiam Wiiohtox Milton W ' etmore Hlaxtox Herbert Akers Carrol William Xestox O ' Xeai. Jr. JUMUH.S Charles I. axe Phixti i ' Hebmax Hicks Hush Edward Wii ll ms Sahvex " UoBKKT Lewis Wham James Faulxer Bealt,. Jr. Henrv Axdrew Browx Edward Camerox Dimock Richard Paul Dieckmax- JoSEPH Wall Griffix George Russell Moroax -SOPHOMORES Phillip .Staxlev Kfed Charles Hedixo Sei iik;e Willia.m Pryor Sloax- Ellsworth Musser Swartz Fraxk Cur. ' M Waddey Clarke ' h der BiRTux ticiri) FRESHMEN Orsox Millard Bruxdaoe Hexry ' Gould Ciiitis Dunk Suilivax Culbertsiix Herbert Mucktey (iaiik Clyde U. Hac.erty Eelaxd Elwood Hatcher Glex ' n Miller James Leo Russ FACLLTY Prof. Clarence EDWMiii (dni id(.e Prof. John Williaji Jeffries Prof. Arthur Van Hlmiy Prof. Roiaxii Edwaiid Stafford 1 ' roi . N ' OAH W ' arrex ' Ijgl " ■ ' . " ,-,, :,.r0 Delta Tau Delta Fmiiulcd I,s.59 Est;il)lislii-(l l!i-21 tiAMMA Psi C ' ll U ' TFR Chnpters Tl Members 28.321 Km I ' ll EnsKixE Carsox Abet, Aipiionso Magaxa Samuel Waiter Parxei.le. Jr. SEXIORS Ja-mes Ciiahi.es Shei.or Clifford Tanner Sciiwaii! Lt ' ciors Et ' GEXE Tate .irXIORS Edmixu Hiii. KriiLKE Howard Chandler Jordax ( " lAKLAXD RyAI.S ClIAMPIOX Elbert Jesse Hood Eons Sage Hardin, Jii. Fraxcis AVarixj rLtjiu Hylejiax Allisox Webster. Jr. Allex ' Marshall Queex JuLiAx Huxter Carx ' ey JoHX Schley Hook Eamar H. Jordax Jack Passaiiaigue John Joseph VESTBllOOK .SOPHOMORES William Wai.tox May, .Ih. William Gastox Davis Joseph David Rahner. Jr. Edward Coxxor Faxt William Chaixcy ' Bryant FRESHMEX Shal ' lt L. Coker E.MORY Hill Fordiia.-m Albert Eugexe Gibsox James Hexry Lewis . XDREW ArXALI. HlTCHlXSOX- .Vrtiii ' r Frkderic Roberts Samuel Robert Sims William Ansel T. lbert. Jr. Richard Clarke Haxcock Theodore Xoiax Yoi ' xobi uon Edwix Gi:aiiam McDox.md FACfLTY 1 ' rol. I.otis ?;dwix Gates Prof, Ralph Petkrs Rlai k Pi ' . ' .iF. Frederick Bex.ia.min Wexx Cai ' T. Barringtox L, P ' lanh;en 1 C-cTT ' ' Sigma Chi BllTA l -;i Cn M ' TKIt Fouiuleil 185.5 Chapters 87 Ej.tal lislic l ' .)-2-2 .Minibers 20,000 SI-.MOIiS Ai.Ef;HT Prentiss Ai ex.axdi ii Joxatii.nx Fkiuiki Xkkdii Jamks Mokelaxi) CiiAii.ix Horace Hexkv 1 i:i:k Clyde Thigpex Firr ' axce Oixev Kankin Arr.fsxrs W ' ii.kersox Clrxx Hazen Ai ' rix W ai K!;if Hi " (iii HrRKUKAi) Kn{K:MAX F-Dward Dvithv W iii ' ii: J r MORS Robert Fsmoxd Aunett Keex Rougeks. Jr. Hexkv Poixn;H liEMis Tokias Andrf.w Ciaaiikix WaVXE .IaMES H ' olJIAX. .Ir. .(oils Harvev Hixter .SOIMKIMOP, K.S Thomas W ' aitmax Coi.i.ixs Fred Perkins Moreton . rchie (Irastiiam Hinter H miry Crenshaw Mooiii CHAKEf;s Brewstir Kino. .Ir. Carietox Cister Pierce. .Ir. Bex Hdwaiiu Sioan Hexry M(;RfiAx Sanders Cll AIM IS .Alll OKI FP.FSH.MKN ' RoiiERT . nc.i ' s Anderson " .Ioiin A. ' iiirose .Stockarii (JoRDox Caritox Campbeii Oscar Bickner Pierce .Ia.mes Henhv Caiuisi.e Bexja: iix Mauley Tim. man Prick Ci(i;n i i k.ii McI.i::moi:e .Toseph Brown Revnoids ViiI1a:i1 I.lDVAHIl OllVEIl WlIIIAM I.A.AIAR DoDD W ' l I I I M 11 I MO I )lETSCIl Founded 1873 Established 1923 Phi Sigma Kappa Kappa DEVTt.Rox Ciiaptf.u Chapters 46 Members 9,000 SENIORS Ralph Gikdxer Buiiaki) Euwix Joei. Gore Fraxcis Barrv Cari.tox- Erxest LixttooD Grxx, Jr. i , ' . Robert La iar A ' im.ia:msox JLXIORS George Skyles Braxt Joseph Raymoxd Brossax Fraxk Edward Christiphixe William Davis Corxwell William Fraxkiin Cimmixs. Jr. WiLLIAJt KlXG FaWCETT Richard Wescott Florrid DrscAx Mortox- Fraxcis Powell New: iax Erxest T. Smith. Jr. Russell Kixo Stewart JoHX Webb Cole RoxALD Joseph Diraxt Erlixg Gcthhorm Espedahl MeLVIX TlDWELL HiLL Ja.MES StEPHEX- HlGIIES Henry N ' ixox Jarmax ' SOPHOMORES Thomas Ai.exaxder Kxight Johx ' ili.iam Story I.ittletox SiDXEi ' Tupper Priitt William Lawhexce Qiixlex- Lewis Vixtox Story Johx- AVili.iam Ztber. Jr. FRESHMEN Howard Bhixs L ' Heureux Kext ErcEXE ilACK, Jr. Fred Mackey Ja.aies Haxsox Mirphy CiiARiES WniiAM O ' Melvexy Mariox Elmo Pattersox, Jr. Hexry Adams Patillo LixTox- Collier Reyxoi.ds . lbert Ho:mer Schwexcke William Reid Tayior Charles Newcomer. Wit.mef FACII.TY Prof. Hrc.o Bruce Dilixg Prof. Ralph G. Giiley ■•Bill l! W 1 i ' i Foumled lS5(i Kstiiblislied 1023 Theta Chi A I.I " HA X u Chapter Cluqitt ' rs, 44 Mi-iiilitTs, 7,000 SKXIOHS Tiui- ' MAs C ' lAin: I i-.A ' rrY FlIANK HlCAlMdX BlUCi: JaMKS HlllII t ' oN ' IKV Waiteii Hexkv CIien ' x ( ' iiAi.jrs CioiiDuv IIastok l- ' HANK I .I,i: VI;l I-VN Kaestee AiGiST Auju; Keiikh JaMIS WaITOX l.AXIKI! Theodore Macajah McCiei.i. ax- Harry Leo Pexx EroEXE t ' l.vDE Smith Joiix V ' ai,i.is Stei ' hi.xs C ' i ii- ' F(nti) C ' abaxiss lU:xxE ' rr TiiEoiioRE Hexry Ktidman George Boi.tx Fowler .irxioHs Harry Baiitov MiCvsir Akthtk I.t;uis MtC " A ii KlRERT HeAIIST HiiAXE SOrnOMOKES ■Tajies Frederick Garrard Burtox Hexky ' liAXDoi. .losEi ' H Ai.exaxdeu McCaix Roeert Wii.iiaji Stephens AiiTiuR Mi; :s McCash Robert Dtxxis ' ruAM.MEi.i, Haroid EroEXE Xakei.i. .Ia.mes Oiiver Ti iinfr Charles Vatsox West, Jr. i,- ' ' I ' nw.Mii) Morris Ga in ' J i K A ' i;[ I T nctox Haji, fkesh. h:x . lexaxufr - U,Miiia .Mviii.s Edgar Eyxx Smith F.VCL I.TV I ' rof. Floyd Fiei ii ] m " ! i ' ■ ' othk ' - ' " ' ' ■U:. y ' ) ' ! Ci- M •7 ' Chi Psi Founck-d 1S41 Established 1923 Ai.i ' iiA Iota Delta Lodge Chapters, 2+ Members, 7,869 Stamps Bethel Joseph Halfred Chaille SENIORS JoHK Herman- Dorey Harold Robert Ralber James Lloyd Chaille AViLLiAM Thomas Dlxkix JUXIORS James David Lester John Jilien McCoy James Foster Barxwell James Edward Cliatt. Jr. Bex Jeffries Cothrax Duxald Cox SOPHOMORES Frax-k Stephexs Xasii Robert Stith Parham William Orr Simpkix- Pa.mes Guixer Todd I.EFEVRE Beck Wo.iieisdorf FRESHMEN William Ray Ailemaxg Emmett Kirk Howard. Jr. DiDLEY Hollixgsworth Bowex Fraxk Wood Lester Andrew Wright Boyce Robert W ' hi.iam .AL thews Hiram Graybill Daxiel Wiiliam Ryi.axd Swaix Chables Greely Farrar James Ross Thompson George Gleatox Stoxewali. Jacksox Warxer. Jr RoYCE Clayton Williajis 111 m i Hi m vl Phi Gamma Delta Fminilcd I. ' -aIH E-talilishi-cl l!l-i(i (iA:MiiA Tai " ( " iiapter ChaptiT , (i ) Mi-iiihcr-. -. ' kOoS SENIUKS IxAAr C ' amin (lAituKH. .In. Hic.ii ' A(:Ni:i( Ni:« ' i{riinv Th(j: ias Oi i ' Eii Ott. Jit. JUNIORS JoSKl ' lI l.KOXAHU JiliOWX ( " lEURGE RaNUOII ' H ByXUJI liiciiAiii) Xatiiamei Fkkett. Ill Sevehn WiiiiDMAN Krriiu:i)i-.i: M ' .M.T :n Kcu :viEiEK Khaitii Ja- ' vies I ' oivTEii Snooks. Jit. MoUKlS HiC.HTUX S VICir,0(,l) SOPHOMORES M. H. ' IIAI I. J.VtOIt Hl.VCKMOX. Jit. .T. .MES Dai ' tiix Heuces OEOItr.i: FtlSTI It IlAltltKll-. Jit. Roi:MvT Ul.tUN.VII) McC ' ltEAUY -Makvix Lex wood Spicek FRKSH.MKX (iiENx Own Cokeii. Jr. l.EKOY Boyd Daxiei. Joiix Pollock Hewitt .lollX DoXAin I K1IA ' ' iiM. . r . intEi) Kext SlillllEY I.VXIKIX KlXES George Kop5leier Kralth Walter Krieger. Jr. Jack E.mersox Porter Robert Du k Saxedki) CaRLI.S SlRIXGFIELD Jack (Iriefix Tho.masox . I n;i I) Re. ?I)ai e ' k 1 FACILTY Dit Tiiiix Basiomb Crenshaw Paoh. Roy .M. Mrxi);iREF l.T. Kuc;ar Etgexe Oiex.s a tMi J I ' WM PilMlxV ' -X-TLl-P- Pi Lambda Delta Local Fraternity Established 1!)L ' 2 SENIORS N ' oii.MAx EroENi: Ansiey George Middi.etox Johnsox- Geohge Nor: iax Bisaxar Johx Herman Gejtkex Wii.i.iE Oliver Byrd R mph Costner Lovei.i, Altox Royal .McDaxiel. Jr. .IIXIORS UniiAiii] KoDix Cruise Lucius Burxey Daxiel William Xewtox JL xucy William Joiixsox Maxdeville, Jr. DoxAi.D Mathesox May Hexrv Wade Moore, Jr. JoHx Camerox- Xorthup Daxiel McKexxa O ' Coxxell Loris Kixdrick Thompsox SOPHOMORES Fi.oKEXCE Stix-sox Batchelor. Jr. James Dauphix Middi.ebrooks Hubert Narieve Caraway- T)ox William Frakes Edvard Wiireux Laxg Richard Wayxe Kell Graxville Coxxeh Hexry. Jr. Lamar Ruel Partaix Sylvax Ellsworth Jacksox FRESHMEN Waiter Clyde Bixkiey Charlie Reich Collixs Paul Ly-xch Butler Douglas .Marsh Hoi.irkrg Walter Hexry Moore FACULTY Dr. Gubert II)iinnrsE Boggs Prof. Archirami DissrviuKL Hot land Prol. Samuel Corxelius Stovail •Aotf ■ o ,oiO FiMindril IIKC Kst.ililislicd liiUi Phi Epsilon Pi l.r.wis .Iacksiix Fiioiisix Mahcis Endei.. .In. UlCIIAKI) AaHOX GlTIlMAX Jiiins MAriticK Fikischeii C ' i.AHExt ' E I,e:mi.e Hagkdoun Loris liEHTKA.M Marks Xl CuAPTEIt SEXIOI5S SlIlNKV Mkh " x S riTU .Tl ' XIORS .Max EiniiRH XissRAni, .In. Marion M ' oi ff Scii«art . .Vi.EXAXDER He.vRY WaCHTEI , .hi. Theodore Lewis Waxeihai-.m Lester Meveii Yauetzkv .SOl ' llO.MOltl ' .S Herman . iiiia.m Koih iiaiidt Aktih r W ' iii.i.esi.ky Solcmo.x. ,Ir. i!f-- " « C-h.iptiTs. LM Mc-iiilicrs. l,7 ' )(l n.i »if« mm SlUNEV (lUl.DIX .L K)ii Haas .Stax[ev Leon .Maiiiextiiai FHE.SHMKN -Meiaiiie Charles .Morris Eix ' .AR .Iacou Strains Kessiei{ .MExnn. Cioi i)s ' ii:i x Hexrv Lolls Soi.o.Aioxsox. .Ih. I ' O.sr-CK |)L A TL Jl ' EIAN D.WID S. KS ?,;5 Itc ill u i m ' ' LOf EPlK ' i Vi4 ' Fo in(led 1910 Established 1919 Tau Epsilon Phi Pm Chapter SENIORS AViii.iAM SiivnoiAX SOl ' llO.MOKKS Elijah Avra.m Robert D. Buexek Joseph Cohex l ' lin]it( rs. 30 .MfMilii Ts, 2,000 Joseph Diamcjxu Aarox Satlof Isadore Shvlmax i M OUR IS Witt FRESHMEX Xathaxiei Sciri.OSSDERO Jack Weprix 1 1 II l! fi a| Inter-Fraternity Rushing Rules ARTICLE I— PLEDGING Section 1. No man on liis original matriculation shall enter Georgia Tech pledged to any fraternity. Any man entering Georgia Tech, having been pledged to any cliapter of a fraternity represented by a chapter on the Georgia Tech cam- pus shall have his pledge automatically broken upon matriculation. ARTICLE II— RUSHING Section 1 (a) There shall be no rushing of the newly matriculated students until 12 noon of tlie first Monday after first rejjorts. (b) Lentil the api ointed time for rushing arrives, frateniitv men. both active and alumni are on their honor: 1. Not to talk fraternity matters with the new men under any circumstances. 2. Not to entertain tiie new men at the theatre, at meals, or at any other jilace off the campus, or to accompany them on dates or to dances off tlie campus. 3. Not to entertain new men at the fraternity liouses under any circumstances. 4. Not to visit new men in their rooms except on business connected with a recognized school activity. (c) During the week preceding the regular rush week, a maximum of 3 engagements may be made with any new man for the week of rushing. One engage- ment shall include only one meal ; i. e., 3 consecutive meals shall constitute 3 engage- ments. Section II. (a) No evening date shall last later than 10 P. M.. excc})t on Fri- day night, wlien dates may last until midnight. (b) From 2 P. M. on Saturday of rush week until tiie following Sunday noon shall constitute a quiet period, during which no active or alumnus member of a fra- ternity shall be in the company of or sliall enter into conversation with any rushee. (c) At noon on the Sunday following tlie rush week, each m.iii who has re- ceived a bid will go to the house of the fraternity of his choice, alone or in company of other new men. No fraternitv sliall send anv person or veiiiclc for a rushee un- til after 3 P. M. Section III. No ])ros)H(tive Tech student shall stay overnighb in a chapter house. Section I ' . Any student of the Georgia Tech Evening School is eligible for membership in a fraternity upon the completion of the first term of the second year. Section V. .Students who enter Georgia Tech at any time other than at the be- ginning of tlie fall term must matriculate before being eligible for rushing. ARTICLE III— INITIATION Section I. A pledge may be initiated upon the completion of one term ' s work, provided thai he is not (Icficifiit in more than twenty-one e()uivaleiit hours of school work. SM i B ' p TS r long not for tlie cherries on the tree, So much as tliose -iciticli on a Up I see. And more affection bear I to the rose. That in a cheek, than in a i ardeii, c rozcs. — Selected. i2s«- !il ( m% m -MISS ' , ADELAIDE KOONCE -- k M t k-T 4 " ■Jjlii L-- ■ -■ ■ j H 1 " ■ ii ' ' . V, -• l ' ' ■« : : .; iiiiirii m " " ' llitt jiT: ' Lcrics Georgia Tech Athletic Association KAcri.TY MEMBERS Dr. M. I.. I5iin-iAiN Chmrmdii Dr. .7. B. Crenshaw Director iif .Uhlctics Dr. W. Yer.non- Skiles Prof. A. H. Arji.stkoxg Dr. G. H. Booc.s Pkok. Fiovd Fieids Coach W. . . Alexander AI.rMN ' I MEMBERS Mr. (iEonr.E V. MiCartv Mh. I,. W. Roberts. .Tk. STIDEXT MEMBERS Sam MiRRAV T. A. Wiider C. .V. Jamison COACHIN ' G STAFF R. A. Ci.AY Baseball and Frexlimini Fn ' ithnll William Fincher Fnnlhall Don Miller Football Hank Bjorkman Fanthnll Dr. J. B. Crenshaw Lamisxe W. A. Alexander Head Coach Harold E. Barron ' ' " ' Roy Mundorff Basketball. Freshman Baseball • ;; I 4 m m m {i i2 r r I Coaches A ' iLLiAM A. Alexander " Hi Coach I Hi Alec! Sj)ell it out. " How often, as we liave heard these same words sliouted up to tlie cheering section of our student body, and as the " yell " for one of the foremost coaches in the country went out across Grant Field, liave we thought of just how much Alexander has done for Tech and her athletic teams. To Coach William A. Alexander goes the credit for the tine teams which Tech has consistently placed on the field and for the indduiitalilr s) irit wliich is in- stilled into every man on the athletic squads. Alexander he ian liis career at Tech as a student in the Civil Engineering De- partment back in l )()(i. He made his letter as a niemher of the varsity footli.ill squad. After nr.iduation Alec returned as assistant football co;ich to John Heisnian. During tjie M ' orid : r he served as a lieutenant witii the Auieriean forces in France. In 1920. after the resignation of lleisuian, v w.is ni.-ulc lie.ul I ' nacji of .ill .ithjetios. COACH KOBEKT AL A CLAY " Kid " Clay, the little Napoleon of Southern college diamonds, is another Tecli graduate to assume charge of one of his Alma Mater ' s athletic teams. After receiving his degree at Tech in Electrical Engineering in 1915 he returned as Hssistant baseball and football coach. Here the great war interrupted his coaching career, but upon conclusion of the conflict he returned to his duties as head baseball coach and as- sistant football coach. COACH BILL I- ' IXCHER Bill is strictly an Atlanta product, having finished prep school at Tech High. His foot- ball career at Georgia Tech helped bring this institution into national prominence, and he was placed on ' alter Camp ' s . ll-. merican team in 1920. . fter graduating from Tech in 1920 Bill took over coaching duties at William and Mary College. Three years of coaching and he was brought back to his Alma Mater and assigned the task of developing a rush line. He has certainly done this and his linesmen have caused more anxiety in the camps of opposing i levens than anv other forward wall in the Southern Conference. CO.VCH HAROLD E. BARRON ' Since making his debut as varsity track coach and trainer at Tech in 192.5 Coach Barron has won a host of friends in addition to turning out a championship cross-country team and a state championship track team. Born at Philadelplila, he attended West Phiiadelpliia High School, and graduated from Penn State. Wliiie at Penn State he won five national championships in high hurdles and in 1920 was a member of the United States 01ym] ic team at . ntwerp, winning second place in the high hurdle ' , forcing Earl Thompsim to lireak a world ' s record. CO. CH ROY MLXDORFF Born at Philadelphia, Coach Mundorff received his early schooling at Gettvsliurg Acad- emy, and later attended Pennsylvania, where he captained the basketball team and was se- lected as . 11-Eastern forward for two years. He also played lialfback on the football team. Since taking over the coaching reins Mundorff has turned out successful freshman basketball teams in 1924 and 1925 and baseball team of 1926. He is also coaching tlie fresh- man baseball team. COACH HEXRY B. BJORKMAX " .Vll-.Vmerican " football player at Dartmouth College, BJorkman ca])tained lioth the football and liaseliall teams of that institution before graduating in 1925. A year ' s coaching experience before coming to Tech fitted him admiralily for hi duties on the coaching staff of tlie " Golden Tornado. " . lthough concerned cliiefly with the varsity ends, Bjorkman also has charge of the scrubs. CO.VCH DON MILLER Although time has passed since the feats of Coach Rocknc ' s " Four Horsemen " were emblazoned on the pages of newspapers the coimtry over, Don Miller is still remembered as a part of this fa- mous football history - making quartet. Miller came to Tech in 1925 as an addition to our coaching staff, and was placed in charge of the freshman football team. The splendid showing of certain mem- bers of last year ' s freshman squad with the varsity team this year is a result of training under his in- structions. Miller is now in com- plete charge of Tech ' s backfield material. F.V. IOl ' S CuACIILS — ' . DL. Ut . l,AB, .- I. : .Vl.EC. OF TeCII m Gleanings From Grant Field Bv Ki) ' lllT : Sports Editar if the Blue I ' riiit HlX ' INCl tlmuijfli tlif year at a killJiifi- ])ace tlic far famed Georgia Tech Yellow .laekets eulleeted their share of the eliampionships awarded to Smitliern ath- letic teams. Although only one major title was won. in winning it the baseball t( am set a recoi-d wliieb may stand throiigii the ages. That Ijaseball team ae- (inlred fame from the time the season opened nntil it closed in a blaze of glory and praise of that team is still being sung, with ttvj notes reverberating with increasing loudness. That Southern baseliall championship aggregation was tlie greatest slugging team to evi r play college baseball. . record of twenty-one games won, four lost, and one tied was made during the season in which the liest teams in the South were defeated. The Jackets had a teant average of .990 runs per inning, scoring 21(J runs in ' 222 innings. This is a new world ' s record for scoring in twenty-five games.. The team bad a hatting average of .332. A few more statistics show that the team made twenty-sevm double plays in twenty- ix games and also a triple play thrown in for good measure. This was more than a dou- l]le play a game. Facing a death crew of sluggers as Doug Wycoff. Captain Bobby Reeves, who is now with the Washington Senators; Gus Merkle and I ' om Aiigley, there is no wonder tliat many pitchers were forced to give up in utter dispair and crunilile liefore tlie deluge of liits. Bob Keeves drove eleven home run-, while Wycoff ami Angley each chuiti d out nine. The last bit of the season was a home run by Wycoff, who closed i nc of the most brilliant college athletic careers of any in the South when he did a Frank Merriwell, slanuning out a liome run in the tenth with two down, giving the Jackets the Southern championship and a one-run victory over Georgia before the largest crowd of college baseball fans ever asseiobleil. .More than 10.(11)0 frenzied fans wxnt wild wlien be broke up the game. t ' oaeh Robert Alva " Kid " Clay, the little Xajioleon, was i routl of that team and so was file entire South. That team will go down in the annals as the greatest college baseball team in the South. Following in the footsteps of the ba.seball team Coach Hal Barron ' s cinder path artists won the Georgia State track championship in addition to the other feats during the season. Tlie 192.5 cro.s.s-country team won the conference title and l.iiulsey Roberts rom])ed home to victory for individual honors in that race at A ' . P. I. Pa)).i Hood set a luw rei-ord in the shot ])ut in the annual relay carnival. The mile relay team of Capt.iin Bill Crowder, Ernest Kontz, George Wilde and Julien Saks won the cbami)ionshi]) for technical scliools in the I ' enn n lays. The swinuuing team lunied in a gre;d nicord. lo.iking .i clean sweep of the season and _. » GLEANINGS I- R O M GRANT FIELD Continued ill wiimiiip the Si)iitlifrii (■lKiMi|iiiiii-.lii|i. ( ' Mi tMiii Sjiec HDllingswcirtli ' .ct two i r records, the •220-yartl free .style at 2 iiiiiiutes 3(i.3 M ' cnnds and the 100 l)aek in 1 iiiiiiiite 13.1 seeiiiids. In lacro sse Or. frenshaw ' s varsity and freshman teams copiicil tin ' SonUiern chanjpion- ship.s. The varsity .split even with the powerful Fort Benning- team and won three ont of four from Georgia. The Junior Jackets routed the Bullpups in their encounters. The tennis team let their raci|uets rest only after the Georgia .State and the .Southern Con fen nee champimiships ha l lieeii won. Opening the athletic activities in the fall, the football team, although defeated five times, won the esteem and admiration of all liy its indomitable fighting spirit. For the (irst time in seven years Oglethorpe won a decision over the Jackets, a point after touchdown. Georgia won the second grid game since the resumption of relationship, 1+ to 13, snatching victory in the waning moments of the game, ' anderbilt, Xotre Dame and Alaliaui.i, who later tied Stanford University fen- the national title. ' . .M. I., Ti[lane, Washington and I .ec aiul Aulnirn fell before the onslaught of the Jackets. That fighting Golden Tornado fell mdy to rise again more t ' ormidahle and glorious in victory. That inspiring game with Notre llaine was a tribute to any tcaui. It was all the Irishmen could do to kee]) the .lackcts back during the last half with their b.icks to the wall after scoring twice in the early stages of the game. It was a young team, iiie which will carry the White and (lohi It.-inncr to great heights in campaigns to be fought. The greatest basketli.ill team c i-r turned out at Tecli nuidc its didiut under the tutor- age of Coach Roy Mundorff, who took over the reins for the first time. Not counting the Christmas tour, tlie Jackets won H games during the . ea.son and lost only four. Ten straight victories were registered in a row. l " p to the time of the tournament Tech had the best record of any Southeri team, luit after licking the Mississippi .Vggies, 4-0 to ' Jt, the ■ lackets blew up and in a slow ganu ' were eliminated l v South Carolina, 32 to is. One of the great feats of the season was defeating the Georgia Bvdldogs. i! J ttix ■o Dl Tom Am ' .i.ey Hai.i ' ii Hvii.ahu ClllTKII BaHIIOX John Brkwer Ed Chdwiev Kid Carsox Kaikiuh Drexxox Papa Hood Tom Axi ' .iKV .loIlX BlIEWER Ki) C ' rowikv .loHN C ' OXN ' lill I l ' ' .I)WARnS l SlIOIITY lilSllDP Lewis Brewer Roy Biieweh Bill, Chowder Dick Fukei-i ' 1 ' ai ' a Hood K i I ' ll Hn.i AUD Nick CJeorge Tixy Hearx Football TixY Hearn B m HoRx Bri I Irwix Cecii .Iamisox FiRl ' O -Martix Joux Marshai.i. Sam Mirray Fixi.ey,McKae .loiIX I. II I.AHD Baseball DllK KlIIRHlD High CIastox 15(111 MdREIAXD Grs Merkie McNeeiy Track J. W. IVEY Cecil Jamisox i Baldy Joxes Erxest KnxTz 1 ' eiicy I ' erkixs Bex 1 ' eacock EjHi. W ' lllIAMS Basketball Cecil Jamison Bex I.arc.en Bob Morelaxi) :t I ' eter I ' uxd Bon Pah HAM OwEX Pool. Bon Raxdolph ]?o Reed SlIOHTY SMTTn Mack Tiiahpe Kexxetii Thrash Px, Bob Reeves johx sxeai) DoCGi.AS W ' ycoh Dyxamite W ' iidek Sol. YOEMAX I.IXDSEY ' Rol(i:ii ' l Ji ' LIEX Saks Clh ' e Schwaib CiEOKGE WhDE Tom Wright F.D M ' lIITE SCO ' ITY MoRTOX Fraxk Player DVX AMITE AViIDEK ) ) ij- ' -ilt P JTootifa r " CAP ' TAmS- nOR-TON-GA — POOL-TtCH bAI ROh CHARGinO A£OUhD LND— TULAt1 £ QA AL- M T LAh£ ' 5 CHLLRLPADIHG bLAUTY IH ACTiON - The 1926 Football Season By M()H(iAx Blake Sp iitiir F.ilitar of tlif .Itlinita Jiiiiniiil RESULTS OF THE SEASON Tech 6 Oglethori)f 7 Tech 13 V. : I. L (» Tech 9 Tulane 6 Tecli O Al;ihaiii;i 21 Tech 19 ■ sllin i;t()n ■ I.cc 7 Tech ( Notre D.hiu- 11 ' Tecli 7 Vanderhilt :i Tech 13 Georjiia 1 t Tecli 20 Auhiirii 7 Total Tech 87 Total Oppoix-nts 87 ROM the standpoint of games lost the 1926 football season for Georgia Tech was the most unsuccessful in the eleven years I have been covering football games for the Journal. And yet there was a sjiirit about that 192(i gang, and thev w.iged such battles against odds, and went down only to rise again in the next engagement to fight all the harder — all this I say made me love and admire that bunch as much as any Tech gang I ever pulled for. IP ll I m W m r o o r B A l. L S E A S O N. B y Morgan B I u k e — C o n I I n u L- d It was an interesting and colorful team dcspitf the five defeats. Only in one of these games was Teeli badly beaten and that was against Alabama, tlie team that later tied with Stanford in the battle tor the National Collegiate eliain|)ionshi|). Tech ' s comeback against Notre Dame was one of the most thrilling things I have ever witnessed. Routed in the first few minutes, in which time the great Irish team scored two touchdowns, the Jackets seemed destined for an overwhelming lick- ing. But thev turned on the enemy and fought them off their feet the rest of the way. In the second half Rockne put his entire first string backfield in and kept them there. Yet the Jackets kept the Irish backed uj) against their goal posts throughout the second half and Notre I);ime never threatened again. Tech was r ited the underdog in the W. iS: I... the Notre I);ime. the ' anderbilt. and the Georgia games. Notre Dame was rated four touchdowns better, ' an(lerbilt two, Georgia three, and Washington and Lee one. Tech beat W. ix 1... held ' andy to a margin of two field goals, lost to Georgia by one point, .and played a whale of a game against Notre D.ime. At the end of the season I had no disposition to wear sackcloth and ashes or com- mit suicide. On the contrary I was doggone proud of the .Jackets. It was one of the most interesting teams Tech ever had and I enjoyed th.it season more than .any in fi e vears. There were few if anv arowlers or soreheads o er the record. The I l l U I It ( IIU t I l. 1. OOI.KTHIIIII ' E Gai ii: i Ht PBff 1 M li ; j 1 1 . „ _ ip 1 1 ,( 1 FOOTBALL S E A S O N. M o B I a k o n t i n u e d f ' ;ins n ' coijiiizfd the f ' ;u ' t that it v;is lai ' iiily a sciplioiiiort ' tt-aiii. and tlit-re was so much shown to warrant hi li hopes for the t ' uturr. tliat optiniisin reigned instead of pessimism. I ' or instance, one coukl visualize wliat .a new season would mean for such halfbacks as the two Bob.s — P.arham and Horn — reinforced bv sueh brilliant freshmen backs as Stumpy Tliomason and .Mizell. Also we are awaiting eagerly the drastic campaign of one .Mr. Raleigh Drennon. If this guv doesn ' t wreck a lot of offensive formations of the enemy next season 1 wid be badly disappointed. Then tliere are otln rs who are going to make historv for Te; ' h on the gridiron. I have every ho|)e that Tech will be forniidalile candidate for the conference chani- ))ionshi|) next season. Tech ' s two best games last fall from an offensive standpoint were against W. - L. and Auburn. The Jackets were liitting on all six here, ' e have no desire to make any alibi for Tech ' s 192(3 team, but in all justice it must be said that in Car- ter Barron, the Jackets ' best backfield man. was so badly crip])led that lie ))layed in only a few games. If Barnui bad ])layed through the ' andy game, and had been atile to get in the Cieorgia game these scores might have been different. We lift our hat to that bra e band of lf»2(5 Jackets, who despite the five losses, won the res))eet and love of all students and fans. I bid the sons of Tech be of good cheer. A new day is dawning and by the eternal we ' ll put the old (Jold and White flag u|) at tfe |)eak .again where it belongs. r.«s ' IldHN MxKivi; I ' ' ,M) Krx .Xritntx CIami: m Captain Owen Pool CENTER Captain Pool was tiie wlietlhorse of tlie grid ina- cliiiif this season when lie closed his successful cji- reer. L iifortunately just at the time when Owen was headed for an All-Southern berth he suffered a broken shoulder and was forced from the game. However, he staged a eoniebaek and in the closing games of the season ])layed great ball. Owen was All-Southern in 1 92.5 and was considered one of the best in the South. His football career at Tech has been a brilliant one and the beaten path which he plodded is a monument to his great deeds. He was always a fighter, played the game cle.in and hard and was respected by all opponents. m I F iAXCis Lewis luwix Eiid Sweeping down nn :m opponent with tt-rrilic speed and drive the gentle flankiiian fnim Atlan- ta won the nickname of " Hull. " With the strenfjth of a piledriver, " Bull " played haviie with his side of the line. He will he sorely missed next fall when the call is sounded. Wii.i.n.M Waii.f.h Hkaiix Tdcki, ' ' Tiny, " tlie jiiant of the team, was .sul)stitute tackle, but the ex|)erience gained during tlie past two seasons should ]iut him right for a first .string- position next year. His strength, lieiglit and powerful Iniild should make him an outstanding- lineman next year. CARTKIt T.M-f: Ra[{I{ON ' Hiilfhnrk Opening the season with a flasli which would have made him one of the Sooth ' s greatest backs, " Little Red " was dealt a bitter dose by fate when he suffered a wrenched knee. His undaunt- alile spirit and fine playing w-on favor in the hearts of the fans. His HO-yard sprint to a touchdown in the Washington and Lee game was the greatest run of the season. Red w-as forced from the Tulane game after circling the ends and ripping- off gains through the line in lirilliant style. Following in the footsteps of his older lirothtr he won fame and many friends liy his brilliant work on the gridiron. EnoAr: .Tk ' ki, C ' uowiky Enil Playing luie of the most spectacular games on a Southern gridiron Ed won fame everywhere the Tornado went and when the smoke and dust of battle had cleared he was lected ca]itain of the 19 ' 27 team. A great and capable leader lie should be, for in the thick of the tight be remains undaunted and stands out as a tower of strength. Going down under punts with terrific s])eed, Ed crashed upon his opponents, nailing- them to the ground in their tracks. Jieao oilaSiiHl I " ' S Robert Hoiix }f„lfl, ,rk- Belli ' anir tlinnifih with flyiiif;- oiiliir.s in liU lirst year on the varsity after creating sueh a sensa- tion on the frosh team. Under tlie tutorage of t ' oaeh Don Miller he developed into a great ground gainer and played consistent ball through- out the season. Kknnktii -M. Tiiinsii T«rkl ' Following in tlie foot.stei)s of his fatlier, Ken- netli broke into tlie limelight liy his fine work in flic line which brought him to the front as a first stringer for the 1927 campaign. He will be back fur anotlier year at least and maylie more which should give him .1 great grid career in college circles. John Rctikk I.iii,. hd t iiiird .liilin came through during the jiast season to win varsity s])urs. He displayed his wares in line style and gave the opposition plenty of trou- ble from start to finish. John has another year on the varsity and shimld reach his prime during the (■amjiaign next fall. .hlllX .Mills lillKWKU ) tlli ' tl ' fluff k The steady rise of the native son of Griffin h.is been phenomenal during the two years he has played as varsity signal caller. John is par ex- cclleiite wlien it comes to flinging passes as a soijtli|iaw. He )ilayed a fine brand of ball during the season .ind was a consistent ground gaim r. He should break into the limelight in brilliant style ni ' xt Mar, plaving through his last camiiaign for r. ' ch. ' Iri I h« I m Ill John Hoi ' Ston Mahsham- ■;« •Moliiinie " " closed his fiiDtliall career at Tech in hrilliant style, winning an All-Si)iithern end pusitiim. He came into his own from the start of tlie season and was one of the outstanding flankmen on Southern gridirons. I.oiis Jacot Martin Paired with Anglcy, " Firpo " was an outstand- ing lineman throughout the entire season, playing a whale of a game. He won his sjmrs as a .sub- stitute guard for Walt Godwin, and the 192(i season saw him come into his own as one of the most ]iromising guards in the Soutli. His splen- did playing should win for him an . ll-Southern i)erth in his last vear on the irridiron. HkNKV RtDOIl ' II Crnter " Peter " broke into varsity circles when Cap- tain Pool was forced from the game with a liusted shoulder. However, Peter filled the vacancy in splendid style and received favorable comment from all the sport writers for his great playing. He should be one of the best in varsity circles next year, for he has the makings of an - 11- .Southern center. Don AID FiMKv McRae Qnnrlfrhttrk Finley got a whack on the knee early in the season which put him on the injured li.st for a time, l)ut while he was in tliere he certainly did make tlie opposition ste|) lively. He will be back next year and should enjoy great success, for he is a keen student of tlie game, is cool under the most terrific fire and a rising field general of note. JJ Samiei. DuBose MriiRAY FlllllHII ' k Saiii was till- out.statuling line j)hin} er on the (loldcii Tornado during the season, winning wide rciognition in dosing his grid career at Tech. He was the mainstay in the Inu-kfield, filling tlie ga)) left open hv Doug WvcofF. Finishing at N ' ew- iian High, Sam has made a splendid record dur- iuii his three years on the varsity. " i i 1- 1 r Ci.YUE Smith Htilfhiu-k " Shorty " |iro -(l one of the most consistent ground gainers of the season and his work at safety was heyond reproach. A splendid hall carrier and a wizai ' d at returning punts, lie carved his name on the rocks early in the season and hefore the last game was over had w in many laurels. Cecil Ja.misox FulllHick After |icrsistent efforts Cecil came through this |iast si-ason and won his grid letter as substitute fullback. Filling Sam Murray ' s shoes Cecil per- formed creditably in the pinches and kept the o|iposilioii on tlie go the entire time he was in the game. Meiicer McCai.i, Thaki ' e Tiirkle ' llie l(l ' . ' (i si-ason saw " Mack " at his best ami his s|ihMHlid |)laying won for him All-Si uthcrn guard on the comiiosite jiick. In every game he w.is commended for his hard, ferocious playing anil won recognition on every gridiron during the season. Mack dost d his career as alternate ca]i- taiii. Hubert Cote-man Heed Halfback " Bd " got his first start on the Marietta High eleven, where he distinguished himself in prep cireles. After making a name on the freshman team he faeed stiff opposition on the varsity, hut he ]ilugged it out and came into his own dur ing the 1927 season, winning his letter after play- ing hrilliantly all season. He is one of Tech ' s most promising hackfield stars for next season. Elbert Jesse Hood Tiickle " Father " is alti mate captain of the 1927 Gold- en Tornado and he should he of great assistance. " Pa|)a, " one of the biggest men on the team, hails from Texa , wiiere men are men in the wide op:n spaces. During the campaign he was a terror in the forward wall, lashing his o])]n)nents with unusual force. He was an outstanding lineman and he should have a most successful year in closing his career as alternate leader. Robert Pakham Halfhdck Roh hails from the hills of North Georgia, where he began his grid career in high school which was to remain with him during his four years in college. On the freshman team he was a wizard and in his debut on the varsity was the backbone of the team when it came to piniting out of danger. During the season he was one of the best punters in the South in addition to lieing a ground gainc r of note. Rai.eich Drexxox Oiiard It was iiiit until Coach Bill Fincber needed a terror that it was discovered that Raleigh was one of the best linemen on the field, but once he was found he proved himself a wheelhorse in the forward wall. He will be back next year to rise to even greater heights and shoidd have lit- tle if no difficulty in cinching a varsity p:)sition. i Robert I.ee HANDorrii Fullback- In Ills first year on the varsity Biili inadc good at ' ti r starring on the freslinian team the year be- fore. In elosing his prep eareer lie won all-prep fullliack wliile on the Southern prep chainpionsliip Ttih High eleven. When the yards were needid IJol) was there ready and responded in splendid style. He will he eounted upon next year to earry the liiirden in the hackfield. R.4I.PH Biii.i.ARn Kinl When Coach Hank HjorkMiaii was confronted with the situation of filling the flank vaeaneies his attention was called to Ralph, who filled the )iositioii in fine style. He was outstanding in si v- eral games and won much favorable comment. TlIO.MAS Sa5u-ei. .Vxr.i.KV Giinrd In closing his career as a football star. Tom played splendidly during the season as first string guard and was a powerful factor in the middle of the line. With wide, powerful shoul- (liTs the op]iosition found it very difficult to rush over the chubbv guard. He won favor on every gridiron and his loss will lie keenly felt next year. Itvil ' ir F.HSKlNE t ' AHSOX Tnrkh- Having liecM dealt a severe lilow by fate -arly in his college grid career, " Kid " battled hard and came through to win his coveted footliall T. Coach . lex paid a high Irlliute to " Kid " for his stick-to-itiveness, even though nursing .1 l .ul kiicc siuci- his first cai- on the varsity. ' } m in i ' l B m ---:-: : ' ' V- ' , - A m 1926 Freshman Football Season Coach Kid flay guided tlic dcstiiiits of the freshman grid train through a htax y season against strong opposition. The Junior Tornado ))erforni(d splendidly during tlie season, wiiniing four games and losing only one, that licing to the Florida Baby Gators on (irant Field. Starting off tlie se. ' ison in fine style the Junior Jackets set out .and innnediately avenged the defeat handed tlie .irsity hy the Stormy Petrels liv h.inding tlie ,hin- ior Petrels a bitter dose by ,i 7 to (I count. The debut of the freshmen by a victory was quickly followed by .a brilli.mt 32 to 21 victory over the (ieorgia Bullpups in Athens, in which the crowd w.is ke|)t pop-eyed till the last whistle. Georgia had the le.ad shortly before the g.ame eiuled but with less than five minutes to l)lay the Junior J.iekets slashed their w.iy through to two touchdowns and victory. Florida brought a powerful r.it team to (ir.int Field and .-i youngster by the name of Clyde C ' rabtree did everything ])ossible on a gridiron and defeated the .Jun- ior Jackets 23 to 7. Coach Clay ' s ciiarges upset by tlie defeat sought condolement in handing Sewanec .i 12 to 6 licking in the mountains. The fresinnen h.id a merry time in defeating the .Junior Al.ibam.a Crimson Tide to 7. after the v.irsity was dished out a 21 to defeat by the . l.abami;uis. That defeat sn.itched the title .away from the Junior Tidesmen. Playing on that great freshm.an te.im were -Stiunpy Thomason. Hig Hen .Sloan Coot Watkins, Frank .Speer. Keith. Cy Cassidy. Muse. Sanders. .Jetton, Mizell. I ' .aise. Morris. Brumby. Oltz. I.;iw. D.inicl. Russell and I)c ' aughan. % ' ' ii i ()i;k-tlHirpe I) (n ' orjii;! ' 1 Florida 2.1 Sewanee . G . lat)aiiia 7 ' l ' nt;il ()])i nnents .57 Tceli 7— ,it Craiit Kii-lil Te.h 32— at .Vtlirns ' ICeli 7 — at tJrant Fii-lii Tieli +2 — at .Sewanee Tech U— at Grant Field Total T.tI, 102 The 1926 Baseball Team RonKRT AivA Ci.AV .... Coarli HouKKT Kef.vf.s Captain RiXK I ' ' i owKits Maiiniii ' )- Tom Angi.ey Captain 1927 LINE-UP .Fdii.v Hrk vf:h First Baar lion M( RKi,. xi) Second Bam ' BuBHY Ueevks Shortstop Ed Crowley Third Base Grs Merki.e Left Field DoiGi.AS A ' ycoFF Center Field DYXA.MiTf: Wilder Right Field To. ' M . xGLEY Catcher McXeely Catcher Jonx C ' oxx Pitcher Bill Edwards Pitcher John Sxead Pitcher Dick Fi.orrid Pitcher Sol Yoe.max . ' I ' lilitii McC. sH ftititi One of the most familiar figures on southern baseball diamonds passed on into professional ranks when Captain Tom Angley iWayed his last game against Georgia, to not only end the season for Tech, but also to close out his brilliant college career. Tom is the property of the At- lanta Crackers and will take his post after receiving his sheepskin. Not only has he been one of the leading catchers in southern circles but a slugger who has made many pitchers flinch when he brought down his hickory for long drives. Tom has truly been a great ball player as well as leader of the 1927 team. Results of the 1926 Season R. H. E. Tech 5 7 1 Tech 5 8 2 Tech 11) 1.) I Tech 11 11 3 Tech 7 11 1 Tech 12 13 3 Tech .5 12 2 Tech 13 1.5 5 Tech 7 12 2 Tech 8 17 o Tech 12 10 3 Tech 12 17 3 Tech 8 11 3 Tech 7 1(5 3 Tech 13 12 1 Tech 10 12 2 Tech 10 U 1 Tech 7 II i Tech 10 13 3 Tech 11 10 3 Tech 6 10 3 Tech 7 11 3 Tech 1 12 1 Tech 3 6 1 Tech 7 7 1 Tech 1 10 i R. H. E. C ' leinson 2 3 1 C ' liinson (5 9 1 Ohio State I 4 2 Ohio State i 3 5 -Notre Dame 7 2 Xoti-e Dame 4 6 3 Aulmrii 1 Aiilmrn 7 7 -i Alabama 3 6 1 Alabama 8 9 1 Alabama fi 1 !■ 3 Alabama 10 12 7 Oglethorpe 5 8 5 Oglethorpe 3 4 2 X ' anderbilt ....... 3 .5 3 ' aiuierbilt 6 10 i X. C. State 2 (5 1 X. C. State .-) 10 1 North Carolina .5 9 7 North Carolina 3 6 3 ' irginia 7 12 Virginia 6 6 2 Georgia 2 6 Georgia ... .... .5 10 1 Georgia 6 12 2 (ieorgia 3 10 1 211 303 64 112 208 62 Games Won. 21; Lost. 4; Percentage. 84. Batting Averages AB. R. H. PCT. AB. R. Gaston . 2 1 .500 Wilder . . 101 21 Angley . . 101 34 49 .18.5 Conn . . 20 1 Wvcoff . 93 33 40 .130 Brewer . . 91 7 Reeves 10.3 1-7 4.5 .428 .McCasli . 20 2 Crowlev 98 21 37 .378 Chaisson 5 Snead 15 3 .5 .333 Florrid . 21. 2 Robins 3 1 .333 Elennning 1 Yoeman 36 .5 11 .306 Braiikstone 1 .Merklc . .5.5 6 1.5 .291 .MeNeelv 1 Moreland Edwards 111 22 21 1 31 6 .282 .273 Total 911 210 M i i H. rcT. 28 .269 .5 .2.50 19 .202 2 .200 1 3 .200 .12.5 (,• .000 .000 .000 302 .332 m ' in Winning the 1926 Championship Bi Ei) Danfohth SporfiiKj Ktlitiir, .Ifliiiitii (ii- iri itiii () more dramatic cliainpionship dash has ever been staged in college baseball than marked the spectacular finish of the 1926 Georgia Tech baseball team in winning the Conference title in one magnificent thrust. Doug ■ycoff hit a home run with the score tied in the tenth inning of the final game of the season with the University of Cieorgia at Spiller Field. That dramatic blow brought 8, )()() hysterical people to their feet, eyes straining, blood pounding. It brought a championship to the boys that Coach Robert Alva Clay had already piloted through nineteen Conference games with only four defeats and one tie. But it ended so many things that good sportsmen could only choke to think of it. It closed out the career of one of the most colorful .itiiletes who ever wore the White .tiid (iold. It closed out Tech s most successful baseball season and passed into tile liml (1 of the past an array of devoted athletes who had helped Doug stage his stunning .-idieu. The Yellow Jackets had as smart a college club as the Soutii ever saw in 1926. Angley. Reeves. ' ycoff. Merkle. and Crowley were consistent hitters. The infield, composed usually of Brewer, Moreland, Reeves and Crowley was clever on defense. The |)itching staff had such capable flingers as Snead, Conn, Edwards and Florrid. The club tore through early Conference opposition without halting. The second game of the season was lost to Clemson by one run; the second of the Alabama series was tied 8-8 in a bitter battle; Virginia nosed them out by one run in a free hitting fracas. But the pride of the Conference had been cut down one after another and only Cieorgia remained between Tech and a title. The first two games of the crucial series were played in Athens and Georgia won both of them. Georgia was doped to lose by the deep thinkers but the Bull- dogs fought so fiercely that only ins])ired baseball could have licked them — and Tech did not jjroduce that sort. The scene changed to Atlanta and S])iller Field. Tech ' s fortunes had been slipping while Georgia ' s had been improving until it appeared that unless Tech took both the return games, no championship flag could float over the Flats. The first game was a show in itself. Tnlly of Cieorgia was pitching at top speed and had the Jackets baffled for five innings. Meanwhile the Athens folks had been knocking Edwards steadily one run at a time until they led 3 to as Tech started the sixth frame. Here Tully cracked under his desperate pace and Tech scored three to tie the game. Waller relieved him. In the very next inning, Shivar, of Georgia slammed a homer with one man on base to put Georgia two runs in front. Tech worked a man arovnul in their seventh but Georgia matched it in their eighth and Tech seemed beaten. ' I ' hen (ius Merkle picked one out from wli;it ' ;iller was offering and drove it into the left field stand for all four sacks. That blow put Tech one run in front and the game ended with Tech on to|i, 7 to (i. That was sensation enough, but the big show was reserved for the next day. Sensing the tensity of the game, the Southern league i)ark was jaunned with a velping, wliooping baseball crowd. No more excitement h.is ever been reached in a football game than was aroused over this last g.-inie of Tech ' s e.impaign. Tech had to win — or lose everything. ... . ' ■ ' ■■ ' ■ •■„■ mw Kain. wlio liad heaten Tech in Athens was picked by Bill White to fling the final for the Biilklojis. Snead was Coach Clay ' s choice. The Techs were trying too hard as the game opened and the infield split up the back like a locust in the fifth. Three errors, one by ' vcoff. were ])artially responsible for two Georgia runs. The Jackets had not recovered in the sixth and when Arenowiteh laid down a squeeze bunt. Scrappy Moore scored easily. This gave the Bulldogs a three run lead and the Jackets were seemingly in full retreat. That squeeze play flaunted in their faces must have aroused some nuich needed ire, for in their half of the sixth, the Jackets tore into Kain viciously. Moreland singled and Bob Reeves doubled. Kain was tiring some when he faced Wycoff and Doug retrieved his recent error by lifting a sacrifice fly to score Moreland. Gus Merkle the hero of the day before, poked a single to .score Reeves. Then Kain gathered himself together and retired the others in order. Tech was still one run short and the game was being clicked off with what to the Tech suiijiorters was a sickening pace. Wycoff playing with all the zeal of a religious fanatic delivered a double in the eighth that scored Bob Reeves from second and tied the score as the Tech sections fairly exploded with excitement. ' hile strong men we]it and women fainted the game slipped away to the last of the teiitli. and Tech ' s most formid.-ible trio faced Kain — Reeves, Angley and Wycoff. Kain )nit all he had on the ball and fanned Reeves. He bore down gamely and Angley ])opped weakly to Skeet Johnson who made a remarkable catch of it falling to the ground .as he clutched the spinning ball. ' ycoff came to the ))Iate. looking somehow, small and weak in the delirium of the moment. Doug anxious to end it .-ill. took a cut at the first jiitt ' h .inil fouled it. . ' Strike one. He looked at the next one which was wide. He swung from the hip at the next offering and missed it. Two strikes and one ball. The crowd settled down to watch another grinding inning--but that inning never came and never will this side of .Jordan. Kain cannily fed yi ' olf ' a eur i ' ball. Doug had been missing curve iialls all afternoon and with the count 2 and 1, it Mas the proper ball to pitch, ' yeoff however sensed it coming, ste|)|)ed uj) a trifle, and connected. The white sphere flew like a swallow out over left field. Shivar, of Georgia turned his back to it and raced toward the left field stand — then looking up, stopped short, hands on BASEBALL SEASON B u E d Danforth Continued hips. Tiif l)all was flying liigli aiul tar .uhI diMil into the covered stand for a home run. The crowd gasped and for a moment was inarticulate. Then a tornado of sound burst over the park. Wycoff was all but mobbed as he crossed home plate. Tech had won 4 to 3 — and the manner of winning was most astounding. That is one baseball story that will never grow old in telling however poorly it is told. The mere recital is dramatic enough. It packs its own punch. That victory made the season series square with Georgia and gave Tech a Conference record of 1.5 games won, 1 tied and 4 lost. I understand that in Tech ' s 26 games for the season against all opponents a total of 223 runs were scored whicli broke the collegiate record hiterto held by Georgetown University. fcS Review of The Freshman Baseball Season ]OAC ' H Roy !Mundorff ' s Junior Jacket baseball team more than doubled their opponents score during the season. Out of eleven games only one defeat and one tie was chalked up against them and these were scored by the Oglethorpe freshmen. In the opening game the Junior Petrels won 7 to 6. and in the following game which broke up before the end, the score stood six all. However, the team came through in the following games scoring nine straight victories, and their claim for the conference champion- ship was never protested. Those on the team included, Parham, If.; Waddey, cf . ; Stevens, c. ; Shorty Smith, ss.; Carney. )).; Wilson, p.; Hill. ]). : Bates; Arnold, rf. ; Dempsey, 2b.; Dunaway, 3b. ; Shulman, c. Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech 4 Tech 4 Tech 18 Tecii 23 Tech 7 Total Tecli GAMES PLAYED . . 6 Oglethorpe 7 . . 6 Oglethorpe (5 . . 15 Monroe A. and M 1 . . 8 Monroe A. and M 7 . . 4 Georgia 3 . .16 Auburn 7 Auburn 3 Georgia 3 South Georgia A. and M 4 South Georgia A. and M 1 Georgia 3 ] 1 1 Total Opponents 45 The Basketball Season 1927 t " Dynie " captained the best basket- ball team ever ))roduced at Tech and one which went tliroujih the season in a blaze of glory dropjiinjr only three games during the season to southern foes before the annual conference tour- nament. It was his speed in taking the ball u]) the court and his knack of always making troubk ' for the o])])on- ents which fared him well during the grind. In the previous season " Dynie " won the cu]) offered for the greatest ini|)rovement of any member of the team. He is famcuis for his brilli.int fh)or work. C. PTAIX nvNAMITF. WiLDER Foncard The 1927 Basketball Season Htl .llI.lAN (iKIFKIN vOXI) |)arfiits ))rei).iriiio ' little children for kindergarttii and tlic tiidless, it ' .soinetinies fruitless, quest of knowledge, tell them tliat to " Love your teacher " is the first lesson in the hook. Athletic directors, ijreparing their charges for coni))etition, never fail to stress the important advice: " Keep your eye on the hall. " Tecli ' s baskethall team of 1926-27 loved its teacher and the hoys ke])t their eyes on the ball. Consequently, the Yellow Jacket basketeers of 1 !)2()-27 com- prised the best (juintet th,-it ever represented the institution on an indoor court, in the 0])inion of many, wliich is thoroughly borne out by the record for the season. Professor Roy Mundorff. whose youthful features cause oiu- to (juestion the title, assumed charge of the team last season for the first time. He had coached freshman teams at Tech and the Central Y. M. C. A. ' arsity since winning an all-Eastern basketball berth at Penn College several years ago. .md had demon- strated his ability as a basketball instructor to the satisfaction of .ill concerned. WlLLI. .M Hkahn Center " Tiny " was tlie wheelhorse of the team throughout the campaign ])l.iying the major role in practically every game. His goal shooting was the fea- ture of almost every game and through his scoring tlie .Jackets chalked up many victories, ' hen Tiny was right Tech supporters could sit b.ick and rest easy for they knew the .Jacket giant would i)roduce the points, Dan Cupid shot a goal when he hit Tiny ;ind it is feared that he will not return next Duncan Morton Playing a fine floor g;une either in the capacity as forward or guard " Scotty ' won his s])urs during the sea- son and played a major role in many of the games. He gave a fine account of himself in every game and made the proverbial hoop ring out with a clang dealing death blows to the opj)osition. He should go good next vear. " Tiny " Hearn, prominent bridegroom, was the outstanding star of the Jacket quintet. Tiny stands six feet and seven inelus in his sock feet and sliot fully two-t hirds of Tech ' s 922 points last season. " Tiny ' was |)ractically, if not fullv. as tall the previous year, but was not so good. More than once Tech players have told me that Tiny ' s respect and admiration for Mundorff caused him to put his whole soul into tiie game and become the leading lady of Southern basketball circles. But Tiny was not the whole show. There were Captain " Dynamite " Wilder and Bob Moreland, the irrepressible " Golddust Twins " who alternated at a forward position ; Cecil Jamieson, Nick George and Frank Player, who made up the first varsity. All of the first five (counting Bob and Dynamite as one) were veterans from the past season, but they improved so much until even their best friends could not recognize them. m Nick George Guard From the first of the season experts picked Nick as one of tlie greatest guards in the south and when the sea- son was over they still had the same 0) inioii. Had Tech stayed in the tour- nament through the semi-finals there would have been little doubt of his abil- ity. He was concentrated arsenic to the opposition throughout the season breaking up their attack and at the same time getting in a couple or so of sensation.-il goals. Frank Pl.wer Forward W ' iiniing his way through a large field of opposition Frank was one of the best shots on the team and jilayed a steady game. He will close his ca- reer next year as alternate captain of the team and in doing so he should be one of the outstanding forwards in the south. His consistent })laying brought him into the limelight two years ago and since then he has done his share. m Altliougli tlif local M-asoii diil not opt-n until at ' ttr C hristnias. Coacii Mundorff )}acked his boys up and carried them on a ninc-gauie intersectional excursion into Ohio, Indiana, etc. while most of the other college boys of the south were at home looking up a clean pair of golf hose in preparation for a visit from Santa C ' laus. The invasion did not prove a tremendous success from a standpoint of games won and lost, as the Jackets conquered just two of their nine foes. However, they learned a lot of basketball and came home ready to show their Southern playmates just how the indoor game should be played in winning circles. After making their Atlanta debut while losing to the veteran cagesters of the Atlanta Athletic Club, Coach Mundorff ' s boys won consecutive victories over the following teams: Auburn. Georgia. Jewish Progressive Club. Vanderbilt. Kentucky, .Southern Bell. Georgia. Jewish Progressive Club. Alabama and evened the count with the A. A. C. before dropping their first Conference game to L. S. U., by one field goal. -Auburn, rejiresented by a real contender, also won from the Jackets before Cecil Jaiiison Guard Cecil closed his career as alternate captain and one of the best guards on southern courts. Playing in the hole few snow-birds were ever chalked u|) against the Jackets, The opposition ,il- ways found him a heavy barrier to get by to ring a shot. His fine guarding aided greatly in the splendid record made by the team during the season. Ben Laroen Guard i standing guard Ben distinguished himself and showed that with a little more seasoning he will be ready to make room for no one. Coming up from the freshman team he showed the stuff and made a fine showing in his first year on the varsity. He should enjoy a ])rominent place in the lime- light before he lays away his basket- ball togs. they regained their stride and sailed througii Tulane, C)gletli()r|)e and (ieorgia and rested a few days before the Soutliern Conference tournament, wliieh was won by X ' .iTiderliilt. Tech entered tlie tourney a decided favorite and sustained that contention through the first night by eliminating the Mississippi Aggies, K) to 2 t. However, Soutli Carolina came along the next night and caught the Jackets off their stride and )iut till 111 out of tlic running, 32 to 18. Out of 27 scheduled games (including the tournament) Tech won 17 and lost 10, scoring 922 points against its op|)onents ' eomliincd efforts of SOK An even dozen conference games are on the list, of which Tii ' h won nine and lost tliree. Most notable on the list are three victories over Georgia, two victories over the Jewish Progressive club and an even break in two games witli tlie Atlanta Athletic club. P verytiiing considered, a more representative, gallant or nobler team never carried the banner of the liite and (told in .inv line of athletic endeavor. m Bob Mohelaxd Foriciird Again one of the mainstays on the team Bob brought his court career to a close during the past campaign and gave a good account of liimself. Pair- ing with Cajitain Wilder, he played iiavoe with all comers. A familiar on the emirt since his freshman year he was eiiusistent ami did fine work. K LiMi Hri.i. Ani) Center Acting as sub center Ral))]i did well during the season and gave a fine ex- hibition in every game in whici) he par- ticipated. In several games he was dead-eye Ditk and came in for his share cif the scoring honors. He played his liest when tile going was the hardest .ind tlie score low with the lime grow- ing short. Results of Varsity Basketball Season 11 TECH Score 29 . . 25 3h ' 41 2i» 20 (OPPOSING TEAM) Score Ohio State 35 . . University of Cincinnati 52 . . . Evansville College 88 Cincinnati Central Y. M. C. A 43 . . Islay Dairy Company 24 . . . I.orains Linns Clul 25 37 Vllitten )urg College 40 3y 19 28 •79 HePaiiw I ' niversitv 52 Dixie Portland Cement Co 18 tlanta Athletic Clul) 34 iilnirn 20 31) tJenrgia 35 44 Jtwish Progressive Cliili 16 3ti ' anclerhilt 29 48 Kentucky 16 75 Soutliern Hell T. and T. Co 14 33 Oeorgia 27 31 Jewish Progressive Club 28 50 Iabarna 15 41 Atlanta Athletic Cluli 23 27 Louisiana State Iniv 29 24 uhurn 42 38 Tulane 37 45 Oglethorpe 31 36 Georgia 25 40 Mishissi])pi A. and M 24 18 South Carolina 32 i Total !I22 Total Opponents 804 Freshman Basketball Under tlu- cai)al)k- tutorage of Coaeli Bill I ' iiielier, who made his debut as freshman basketball mentor this j ' ear, tlie Junior Jackets blazed through the sea- son in brilliant style, losing; only one game, tliat being the last of the season and incidentally to the Georgia Bullpuijs in Athens. The splendid record of the team is seen in the figures whicli show thirteen victories, one tie and one defeat out of fifteen contests. During the season sucli stars as Hank Heeke. " Wild " Oltz. " Count " I.eni- mon. -Mears Coker and .Sid (ioldin led the attack for the freslunen. Probably the three outstan(hng stars of the team were Heekc. Oltz ,ind (ioldin. This trio should go good in varsity circles. Those awarded numerals included Heeke. Oltz. I.em- mon. Goldin. Coker, Adams. Eaton. Xicliolls and Mears. RE.SULT.S OF THE FRE.SHMAX BA.SKETBALL SEASON Tech 27 Tech 37 Tech 29 Tecli 2.5 Tech Tech Ttch Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech 39 37 38 49 3.5 28 30 38 51 43 25 OlM ' ONKNTS Auliiirn Miinror A. and .M. . . Oglethorpe Kl ' ersi U- McCallie I ' uiversity .Schonl Georjria Anchor Class .... HiversUle TeiiiU ' ssci ' ' r !f Mil Oiih-tliorpc . . ' . . . . Fulton llifih .... 2.5 .... 19 .... 22 . . . . Ifi .... 15 .... 31 . . . . 3() .... 4il . . . . 1( .... 23 .... 29 .... 24 . iiliurii 14 Monroe . . .ind .M 42 Georgia 33 587 394 ac 1926 Track Will lA.M Cruwukr Caplaiii Harold E. Barrox . . . Coach Francis Cook Mannjier Auburn dual at Auburn — Ttcli 13. Auburn ()9. Trianirular at Clemson — Tech i3 1-3. Clemsoii .37 1-3. Davidson 2.5 1-3. Penii relays at Pliiladelpbia — Tech. mile relay, first. Georgia dual at Athens — Tech 12. Georgia 70. Vanderbilt du.il at Cir.int Field — Tech ( i 2-3. ' ander- bilt 68 1-3. Southern Conference at C ' iiapel Hill — Tech tied X. C. State for ninth place. Georgia State at Emory — Tech (32. Emory IS. Geor- gia i.5. Sontheasterii A. A. U. .it Birmingham — Tech K), second; Auburn 1-7. first. T rr 1!)1 ' 7 .Sui AD [If Review of 1926 Track Season By El) Whitk NI.Y one victory canu- to tlif track team duriiijf 1920 and that being the state ehanij)ionship held at Emory University in which the Jackets piled up fii points to 49 for Emory, io 1-2 lor Georgia, and 3 1-2 for Ogle- thorpe. The season opened with the annual Relay Carnival, in which five relay records were broken, three new marks set, with more than 62 schools and col- leges represented. Papa Hood set a new mark of 42 feet 7-8 inch in the sliot put, Indiana sprinted the half-mile relay in 1 minute 31.8 seconds and the distance med- ley in 8 minutes 19.8 seconds, while O ' Dell. of C ' lemson, vaulted to a new heiglit of 12 feet 4 inches, and the Baylor half-mile relay team broke its jjrcvious record for a new time of 1 minute 34.2 seconds. The relays were great and fared as the best ever held and as the greatest track meet held in the South. Auburn took the measure of the Jackets, 69 to 43 in the dual meet held on the plains, while in the triangular meet with C ' lemson and Davidson, Tech finished second, with Clemson first and Davidson third. Vanderbilt edged out to a 68 1-3 to 64 2-3 victory over the Jackets on Grant Field in a dual meet. There was keen competition in this meet and both teams dis- played unusual ability. In the relays Tech took third place in the one-mile and four-mile relays, while the freshmen also took third place in their one-mile race. Perkins won first in the high jump, while Hood set a new record in the shot put. In the Penn relays the Jacket quartet of .Tiiliaii .Saks. Ernest Kontz. Ca|)tain i ii ll y Hill Crowder aiui (it-orgc Wilder won the mile relay ehani|)ionshi]) for technical schools, winning a large, handsome plaque and each menilitT of the team a gold wrist watch. The team set a new record of 3 minutes and 37 seconds in the race, clipping one second from the record formerly held by Boston Tech. Georgia won a 7(1 to 12 victory in Athens, taking eight first places and four entire events. Koiitz set a new record in the quarter mile of 49.1 seconds, but it was discovered that the track was a few feet short. However, Lindsey Roberts set a new record in the two-mile run at 9 minutes 43.6 seconds. Turner, of Georgia, e(iualled O ' Dell s mark in tin pole vault at ' 2 feet (i 1-2 inches. Seven Southern records fell in the conference meet, which North Carolina won, with Virginia second .iiid Tech tieing with X. C. State for ninth jjlace. Elliott, of N. C, ran the mile in I minutes 21.2 seconds; Roy, of Clemson, sprinted the quar- ter mile in 49.2 seconds, breaking the record set by Kontz in the trials the day be- fore; Watts, of X. C, stepped the low barriers in 24.6 seconds, and Lund, of V. P. I., set a mark of 136 feet 5 inches in the discus. Xewnian, of Clemson, ran the half mile in 1 minute .57.6 seconds, and Brady, of Kentucky, jumped 22 feet in the broad jump. Twenty Southern Conference colleges were rejiresented in the great meet. The Jackets came to life in the annual Georgia State meet, winning the cham- jiionship. with Emory second, (ieorgia third and Oglethori)e fourth. Three records were broken, including the two-mile by Uick Fickett, who ran Id minutes and 25 seconds in a downpour of rain; Wilder ran the q uarter in 52.4 seconds, nosing out Saks, and the Jacket quartet of Crowder, Wilde, .Saks and Cabaniss set a new mark in the mile at 3 minutes and 24 seconds. Tech was second in the S. E. A. A. U. meet in Birmingham, which Auburn won. The .Jacket relay team won the ,Ioe Sewell trophy, Kontz tied the record of 50.8 seconds in the 440, and Hood heaved the shot 43 feet 1 1-8 inch for a new record. Six records were broken during the meet. m IP m i " I Members of the 1926 Track Team lOO-Yard Oasli — Captain Hill t ' rowder. Cliff Schwalb. 22(l-Yartl Dash — C ' rowdtr and Sclnvalh. HO-Yard Dash — p ' .nust Koiitz, Gforgf Wilde and .Inlian Saks. Half ' -.Milc-C.cil Jamison and Red West. Mile — Tom Wright and Kd White. Two-Mile — Lindsey Roberts and Diek liekett. Higli Jump — Percy Perkins and J. W. Ivey. Broad Jnm)) — Cliff .Strickland and Haldy Jones. Shot Put — Papa Hood. H.ink Hankins and Jake Rauber. Pole Vault — Hugh Conley and Clem I- ' ord. Javelin Throw — Ralj)!] Holland. I.ayton Brewton and (ieorge Keener. Discus Throw — J. ' . Ivey. Jake Ranbtr and Papa Hood. Low Hurdles — Louis Brewer and Cliff Strickland. Hiiih Hurdles — Brewer and .Strickl.uid. CiioHUKii WiNxiNi; no i Georgi. Meet United States Mile Relay Champs OF Technical Schools for 192(i ' M irDor JDOrts Review of 1926 Cross-Country Season IJiok I ' ickett cai)taiiKtl the 1921! harrier team wliic-li rode to a 23 to 32 victory over C ' leinson and a 19 to 36 victory over Georgia in dual races, finisliing timrtli in tiie annual Soutiiern Conference five-mile chani)jionslii|) and second in the annual Birmingham road race. Ca])tain Fickett closed his cross-country career during the season leaving behind him a brilliant record. He was the mainstay of tlie team and during the three years on the varsity was classed as one of the most consistent point winners. The conference five-mile cross-country race held in Atliens was won by North Carolina with Galen Elliott finishing first, nosing out Maryland at the tape. Tlie Tarheels finished with a 3.5 score. Auburn second with fii, Maryland third with 68, Tecii fourth witii 9V. Wasliington and Lee fiftli witli 1 U, Clemson si. th with 115, V. F. I. seventli with 150. and Georgia eiglitli witli 172. Auburn won the Birmingham race with 13 points, Tech second with 61. Mis- sissippi A. and M. 71, B. A. C. 89. Georgia 123, Mississippi College 129. Alabama 135, and Birmingham Southern 1 19. Tom Wright, stellar star, will l( .id the 1927 team through its eanip.iiiiu .ind the young star should close liis career in brilliant style. The members of the team inehidcd C.-iptain Dick I- ' ickett. Toui Wriglit. .lulieii Saks, Roy Brewer, (jeorge Morgan. Kuiil ' illi;ims. Kd ' bite. I.. (}. Head. ,);iek Stein and Hart. S ■■ m Review of the Swimming Season No aquatic chamjiions of tin- outll in the ))ast liavt- cvt-r hail a more l)rilliant team than the 1926 Jacket crew which won its way to a soutiiern chani])ionship witli a splendid record. During the season the Jackets lieaded hy Spec Hollingswortli. one of the foremost swinmiers of the soutli, defeated The Citadel. Vanderbilt. Flor- id.i and Georgia on two different occasions. In the ' andy meet. Captain .Spec establislied a new record in tin- 100 hack of 1 minute. 13.1- seconds. ' adley Glenn hung up a new record of 1 minute and 21 sec- onds in the 100 breast. Tecli won all the first places except two in the meet with Florida winning oj- to 17. Hollings worth lowered the soutiiern mark in tiie 220 dash to 2 minutes and 3(5.3 seconds in the meet with Georgia. In the other meet with Georgia the fancy diving decided the meet with Race first and Cilover second. The members of the team included Captain Spec Hollingswortli. Manager Bo- lan Cilover. Cieorge Race. Bill Xoyes. Peter Bruce, adley Cilenn, Tom McC ' utch- eon and " arren Oliver. RESULTS OF MEETS . jiril 3 Tech .5.5 April 111 .... Tech 51 . pril 21- .... Tech .54 May 1 Tech 33 Mav 8 Teeh 32 The Citadel ' anderbilt . Florida . . CJeorgia . . Georgia . . . K; . . . . . tlanta . 20 . . . . Xashville . 17 . . . . Atlanta . 29 . . . . . tlanta . 3:; . . . . . tliens ' ' - sm ji ii im ' 0 Ft W _. rt« _- »-. Review of Lacrosse Season Interest in lacrosse has steadily increased since it was first introduced by Dr. J. B. Cren- sliaw, former Jolins Hopkins star and now coach of tlie Tech team. Durinp the sea.son the Jackets played six games, four with Georgia and two with Fort Beliniii}; ' . The freshmen played two games with the Georgia Bullpups. In the first with Fort Benning, Tech won, 2 to 0, while the soldiers copped the second, 2 til 1. Iti the first Georgia series, the .Jackets won handily, 7 to 4, but lost the second by tlie same score to the Bulldogs. However, in the two games played in . tlanta, Tech took both victories, the first 6 to 3 and the second 8 to +. For the Jackets, Captain Rupert Getzen was the outstanding player on the team, lieing the wheel horse in every game. Carter Barron, Mack Tharpe, Papa Hood, Felix Diamond, " Bull " Irwin and Captain-elect Red Riley starred during the season. Charlie Atkinson was one of the best goal keepers in the game. TIIK - AKSll ' l I.IXE-I ' P IXCI.IDKD Goal Keeper Charlie Atkinson Point Papa Hood Cover Point Mack ' l ' har|)e, P ' elix Diamond, C. Irwin First Defense C. J. Derrick, Hudson Second Defense K. M. Thrash, E. C. Waters Third Defense F. L. Irwin Center C. K. McDaniel Third Atlark linunie Bickerstaff, Carter, Barron. Barnes Second Altark Tom Govan, Haydie Becknell First Altnik B. K. .Sturgis Out Hume Uupcrt Getzen, Captain In Home N- W. Ifilcv m ' 1 ' The 1926 Golf Season H K 1926 golf season was an unusually succfsst ' ul ont- altliouuli the Jacket iidlt ' ers were |)itte(l aaainst some of the best amateurs in the south and t-ast. Teeh defeated I ' enn State at Philadeliiliia. Huntington X ' alley Club at Philadelphia. Baltimore Country Club at Baltimore and lost to Princeton at Princeton on the eastern invasion. In the match with Alabama the Crimson Tide team won a 10 to 8 victory with Crimson shooting a 71 for low score. Druid Hills tiolf Club of . tlanta fell before the onslaught of the Jacket niblick wielders in a very thrilling match. In the quadrangle meet with Sewanee, Vanderbilt and Tenne.s.see at the Chero- kee Country Club, Tech won first with Sewanee second. Vanderbilt third and Ten- nessee fourth. Watts fhinn and Bill Spalding established a new amateur record of 70. one under jiar during the match. Seven colleges were entered in the annual S. I. G. A. meet at the Roebuck (iolf Club. Birnn ' ngh.im. Ala. Alabama won the match with Sewanee second and ' an- derbilt third. Bobby Baugh of Alabama won the individual trophy. The team was composed of Hill Spalding, captain. Watts Ciunn. .lohiniy Bach- man and Joe High Willi.ims. In the S. I. G. A. meet Smith and Watterson substi- tuted for Gunn and Bachnian. atts Ciunn. caj tain of the 1 i)27 team, sailed to Europe with Bobby .Jones, for- mer Tech star, and the world ' s greatest .amateur golfer, as a member of the ' alker cup team. Review of the 1926 Tennis Season Tech made a clean sweep of the tennis season, winnini; seven dual niatelirs. tlie conference cliani|)ionslii]) and the Georgia state intercollegiate title. The Jacket net stars made a clean sweep with Wofford. winning all (i matches. Sewanee, Alaliam.a and Clemson managed to win only one match against the Jackets, while ' andy was defeated 1 to 2 and (ieorgia o to ' 2 during the season. Captain Berry Grant and E. B. Merry won the doubles in the conference tournament thus giv- ing Tech the title. In the conference tournament Tom Slate of Florida won the singles title de- feating Chamberlain of Tulane G-K 2-(5, 5-7, 7-.5 and 7-5. Grant and Merry won the doubles defeating Chamberlain and Bayne of Tulane. (i-O, 1-6. (5-3, l-(i. and (5-3. The members of the team included Captain Berry CJrant. " Pee Wee " Merry, Scotty Morton, G. B. Strickler. Fred Wagner. Walter James. Walter Merkle, Righton Swicegood and Ciiase Hunter. s Tech 6 Tech 4 Tecli 5 Tech 5 Tech 5 Tech 4 Tech 5 RESULTS OF THE SEASON A ' otiord College Davidson College 2 Georgia 2 Clemson 1 Alabama 1 Valderbilt 2 Sewanee 1 36 9 The 1926 Freshman Swimming Season The fresliinaii swimming team t ' ollowt-d in tlu- wake of the varsitv in winning the Southern Conference C ' ham]iionslii)). Every meet was won bv an overwliehning amount. The stars of tlie team Young and !MoKinstry. displayed their prowess in every meet and sliowed that tliey would aid the varsity tram the foHowing vear. The members of the siiuad were: Holhuian, Harris. Kn.ipjj. MeKinstrv. -Mer- rill. .Simpkins. Young and Wilson. The frosh conquered all the local prep teams with no difficulty, besides out- swimming Central " Y " to the tune of .56-17. But the results which brought joy to the hearts of Tech supporters were: Frosh 1-3. Georgia 10, and Frosh -il, Geor- gia 17. The season was the most successful one ever enjoyed by the swimming teams of Georgia Tech. -. A i l ' r ' " T Wf " ■ m m. « -:, ■ir nv " f rn ifr ' i !K ' ■ .f cTiinries m I i im Vti The Student Council OFFICERS S. D. MrRRAY President Walter James ] ' iri-President D. F. McRae Secretary O. H. BoGGS Treasurer MEMBERS Cecil Jamison Bill Gore Heydie Beckneil Wadlev Glexx JoHx Brewer Dick Florrid Robert Horxe Llewellyn Pitts Ware Fitzgerald Paul Sheppard lis m m X " ' .: GAePENMlEE Activity Leaders OF 19-26-1927 S. n. Ml RRAY .... I ' rexidfiit of Senior CItiss. Aniikx. and Student Council H. .M. Becksell President of Inter-fraternity Council I.. W. Pitts Editor of the Technique W. O. PixiL Coiitoin of the Football Team T. .S. .VxGi.EY . . Cojitiiin of the Baseball Team T. - . Wilder Cajitain of the Basketball Team E. C. KoxTz Captain of the Track Team W. L. Scarborough . . . . Editor-in-Chief of the Blue Print F. C;. Mylivs Business ilnnaijer of the Blue Print J. AV. Beardex ,. , . . President of the Glee Club G. X. BisAXAR Business ilanaijer of the Technique J. F. Gray Editor of the Yello- ' Jacket I. C. Garber Business Manager of the Yellow Jacket .1. M. Brewer President of the Junior Class K. J.. HoRx President of the Sophomore Class E. G. G. RI)EXHIRE President of the Freshman Class W. S. ScHERFFirs President of the Marionettes H. D. FixcHER, Jr Cadet Colonel of R. 0. T. C. lltJl m Functicns of the Student Council M ft 14 i UK Student Council of (itorfiia Ttcli, .i student governinjr organization, e.iinc into existence during tiu- school year of 1922-23. At aliout tliis time the Honor Court had been abolished and the Anak Society nomi- nated the Student Council to take its place on the Tech campus. The main purpose of this organization is to act as a medium be- tween the student body and the faculty. All cases of infraction of the school regu- lations regarding lionor or conduct are handled by this body of students. In case of dispute between the Student Council .■ind tlie faculty, the faculty has the final de- ciding |)Ower. Members of the Student Council as provided by their constitution .ire. the Pres- ident of the Senior Class, the President of the Inter-Fraternity Council, tiie Editor- in-Chief of the Technique, the President of the Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, and the Presi- dent of the Athletic Association. Other members are elected as follows, five men from the Senior Class, four men from the .Junior Class, two from the Sophomore Class, and one from the Freshman Class. To be elected to serve on the Student Council is one of the highest honors that can be confi-rred on a Tech student, as only those who have jiroven by their past ac- tions to be trustworthy and competent are elected. TiiTniiiTiiiTiiiM[iiiimTTiiinig T?f i iimiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiimuiiiiiiiiuui m Miss ' i:xita X ' iify m OS Siy U ' :-A k ' tf The 1927 Blue Print V. 1.. ScATiBiiumoii ICditor-in-Chiff j. ( ; Iyi n-s Bit-- iJiefi-f Manni ff KXIX I ' TIVK HOARD V. M. AxDEBSox ' ' ■ ' • ' ' ' ■ ' ' " ■ t;. M. Johnson I ' liuliiiiri ' liliii ' Editor K. C. Smith Senior lulitor K. H. KiHT KE Aasixtnnt Eilitor J. M. N ' lCHOis Itlvrrtixin;! Miiiiai er E. D. " WIIITK . . S . ' -rrs lUlilor ASSOC I A IF. KDITOKS " V. S. ScHEiiFFirs • ' • K. Baikxioht S. V. KrniiEDGE K- K. E .ei.i G. C. Smith H. M. Heritage EDITOKIAI. STAEE H. F. Bickers A. H. Wade S. K. Sims C. A. KiDoiPii K- ' - Sti:fiiens D. M. May E E. Smith .1. R. Carnes G. C. Campbeii. J. V. AiiEN A. M. Mctov E. G. McDonaid A. F. UoBERTs H. E. Reeves BUSINESS STAFF .) t;. XicHois .1. A. Stockard .1. C. Northip H. SCHWENCKE D. M. CTCONNEII. H. I.. SoI.OMOXSON M. B. HouBERi: V. D. Bird S. I.. Marienthat. ART STAFF W. L. DoDi) .1. T. Ware E. W. Pitts S. Ci. GoonwvNE I. E. Geisberg M. HonoE J. F. CSray H. T. WiiiiAMs H. M. Martin J. H. Harris Sinff rhoto,jriii,her T. L. Ken ' SEDY Your Annual III " , Ifi ' iT I luf Print ilid nit ju t li.ippi-n .iliinii l)cr;iusc its apju-aiMrici- ;it the I ' lHJ of scliiiol is ,-in: tliri ' MiKill cM-iit i;irli year in tlif nititiiir of life. ' I ' wfhf iiiiintlis of const lilt f;riiulini; and sacrifitv wcic n-quiLi-d to ]irodiu ' f your an- nual. At tiuifs it M ' fuifd that there would lie no hook at all; difficulties a]i- peanil wliieli . ' ■eenu-il to he unsu ronnuitahle, hut these were oNeriaiiui ' hy the desire of the staff to |iert ' ()rni this thankless task ti the hest of their ahilitii-s and liasti-n the joyful umnient when this hook would I ' ll to ])ress. Errors exist in this ' olniue aiul onnssions lune oeeurred in its niake-u)), eausiui: ijuit a few to erifiei e us se ereh ' . I ' ' or these faults we are sini ' erely sorry. We ean uily otter for au excuse that in the haudlin};- of several thousand |iicturi-s and hunilreds of different kinds of materials such mistakes are necessary. Our ])araniount ohject h.is c cr heeii to please (iu, at the same time furnishiii}; for Georfria Tech a yi ar liiok which will he i ' oni|i,iralile iu quality to any of its size. If we fail to meet your .iiijirov al we ha c fallen short of our nuirk, for this is your liook. We have realized (uir ris]ionsihility anil honestly i;iven our h st. The . rt Staff ha s atteiu|ited to um- the Colonial ui.itif fnim cover to cover, with siru- |ilicity atul pleasing effect of the whole as tin ir .aim. Only as much written m.itler as we thought the student would like to read has lieen used, since a hook of tliis nature is neces- sarily seuii-)iictori.d. I ' seless writi.-u|is .iliout seniors have hecn disi-ardcd ill accordance with the jiopular tr(oul of the hetter class of .innuils. ( )rigiu.ility, c iherencc, consistency and good t.tstc ha e hecn stri t n for. A ( ' wcudd he ind I ' d mgrateful if we failed to exiirc-s our appreciation to those who have eontrihuted so generously of their time and services stri ing to make this hook a suc- cess. It has heen pleasant to deal with the Ben Franklin Press and White Studio, hotli of whom ha c scr cd this hook lieyond expectations. The staffs of flu- hook lia ' e oluntaril} " assumed a share of the res]iousihility whic h rests upon the l ' ' .ditor-iu-Cliief and the Business .Manager, and ci)0])erated to huild a |)ulilicatiou (d ' which Oeorgi.a Terh may he |iroud. Whatever our degree of success may he, it is measured liy your approval. ' ' W ' The Technique L W PITTS Edilor-in-Chiej G N BISANAR Business Manager HELkNA CALLAWAY Sponsor BOARD OF EDITORS J. H. CHAILLE Assistant Editor W H ALDRED - Managing Editor E D WHITE Associate Edl ' or H. W. MOORE Associate Editor S. W. KITTREDGE Associate Editor W. T. DUN KIN Associate Editor Editorial Staff W. S. SCHERFFIUS Literary W. M. CAMPUS Campus D Sport Staff CLOUD F. RICE Editor J. THOMPSON B. CLOUD E. C. DIMOCK H. P. BEMIS Photographic W. M. ANDERSON - rt Editor J. G. NICHOLS - Exchange R. H. MAY Campus Calendar Second Year Reporters D. M. MAY R. C. HOOD H. W. SHACKELFORD LANE MITCHELL. JR. FirsJ Year Reporters J. H. CHRISTIAN A. M. McCOY F. L. McDonald C. F. BICKERS W. L. SCARBOROUGH J. C. MILAM GEORGE GLEATON P. D. DENTON R. W. MATHEWS W. H. GRANTHAM N. C. POER F. W. LESTER Business Department G. M. JOHNSON .4ss(. Business Manager Advertising Staff R. R. CRUISE Advertising Manager G. C. HENRY ,4sst. Advertising Manager C. J. FORD Asst. Advertising Manager J. C. NORTHUP D. M. OTONNELL H. G. LESLEY C. R. COLLINS Circulation Staff R. E. WILLIAMS Circulation Manager HOWELL Asst. Circiilatitm Manager EZELL Asst. Circnlotinn Manager H E. REEVES L. B. DANIEL C. M. WATERS A. GUTHMAN H. F. BICKERS L. K. THOMPSON A. HERO I. H. LAU J. VAN ALLEN A. HOLLOWAY Clerical Staff R. McDANIEL Clerical Manager D. W. FRAKES -Asst. Clerical Manager fe5 I i I C. A. KUHLKE w m m i i » The Yellow Jacket I!l) Mil) J. F. Grav Editor-in-Chief I. C. Gahhkii Business ihinnyer E. C. PiKHCK. .In Mnniii iiiii Eititar Ol.IVK Mkhhu 1 Snunsnr IvKI! GrAXATTI H. K. Eatiix. I. Hi 1111(1 Edil STAFF G. A. AllMnli M. E. Jtmxsox . . H. Hahris. . (■ F.diliir STAFF S. G. GoonwYXE A . I,. DOVGI AS W. L. DODD E. S. Graxt iV % ' ITll :n SnvKioiAX. .1 dvi ili. iiiii Mitiiiniir STAFF .Iinix PiiHKii. G. W. nmiDS. Jr. A. M. Mctov i G. M. .loiixsox E. C. Di-viocK .r. W. Griffix E. ' . Harris M. " . I ' liANTcix, ' irriilitfiiin Mniiiuicr STAFF E. K. Tuo. ' Mi ' sox J. W. HoWEii EXCHANGE GnoRtiE Sparks. Pai-nlfi Censor 11. I.. WiiAjr D. .M. O ' CoxxEM. R. S. Stei ' hexs Ci. A. .Vr-mcir b: Q[ 3i ■Kr, ' 6 ' M m The Technite ScM!-Mt)XTHI.Y PrJlI.KATIllN IIK Tllj: KvKNING ScHdOI. EDITOHI AI, STAFF A. E. Gibson Eilitor .T. G. SiMITII .1 .• .- flri(lf( ElVllnr J. A. JonxsTox !■ ' H. I. Padgett Snrlnl C). .). Paiikeu. Jn Sdcii-tii F. P. N ' ewmax Ffiilurc II. S. Kdwr AND E.rchiiiuic BUSIXEriS STAFF G. II, AsrAsox Bux ' uu ' .in iliUHKicr Y. W. Pic- iii Issist ' iiit liii iiiias Mttii ' i; t r II. ' . RissEY .Ixsistiiiil ill. till IS. ' : Miiniii} r F. W. BuTiEii circulalioii Manuyer G. .M. Si ' AiiKs. Fiiiiilh .liti ' ixiir ii; • lE- WCusicaJ a jc The Glee Club 1 92(5-27 OFFICERS .lriii;i: W. liK- Fni.:N . . (iKIJiKiK Xi:l AX liK.MlDKX Aiii!i:i) .1. Law, Jk. . . I ' r -. i,liiit . Viii-I ' rixiiliiil Wn.iiAAT C. W ' ai icin . . . Lnu ir .hi-i Orrhcxlra l ' ' .]iWAi{i) (;k()I!(;k Fi iiiii:i. I, . (•»( ( )■ Miiiiilnliii Cliil, DIKKCTIXG STAFF .1 a: iks Aidkiisox . . . A 1 I Kx T. McN ' Kir i, tiKllllGF, M. Si ' .MIKS . . KuwAiiD D. White . . . . . . Miisinil Dinilnr . Axxf. Miisiral DirK-t ir . . . Puhllflfl lih ' t ' rtnr Anal. I ' lil.lhihi Dircchir STAt;K .MAXACKliS ' i ' KituKi I. C. ' ;sl,KV Jamks H. Axciiim Thomas F. Faikks A. ix 1st (lilt . . Aiii.st ' I ' lic (lice Cliil) i)f tlic Ciciirsiiii Sc-IuidI of Tfflmolofiy was organizeil nineteen years ago, and since its first l)ow l)rt ' orc a Soiitliern autlient ' e it lias snsjiended operations for onlv two years, luirinji ' tlie World War, after wliicli it was reorganized. Sint ' e tlie time of its origin, tlie (ilee CInl) lias each year shown vast ini])nn enient over all pre ' ious efforts. . t the pres- ent time it takes its |ilace amona the line-t i-lidis of similar nature throiigliout the Southern M-lio .Is. The (tlee Chih is nndonlitedly one of the most ])o])nlar ' of the non-athletjc acti ities of i ' ecli. I ' laeh year a wcaltli of material turns out for places in the eluh, the chief difficnlty licin;; the choo.sing ' of the best talent offered in order to prcscid tliose finished ])rogranis for which the club is so Jnstly famous. ' I ' hc result may he founil in the well-rounded perform- ances with singers, dancers, nnisicians and come lians ;dl .ir ' tists in their particul.ir lines. I tic (lice (lull of tlic season l!)L ' (i--JT «as w,-ll ii|. to 111, ' standard and the popularity of the j»cr-forni;inces wliere ' er gi eri .ilt -st tlic excellence of pr-ogram and ] ersorHU-l. ■ 1V - .-jis: ■L — • Membership of the Glee Club Ambhose. J. D. HOYI.E. W. S. ANtnrrvi, ,1. H. Bhaimikn. ,r. V. liEAHnEN, Ci. X. Bantox, J. A. Baiixett, H. IIaisseht, George AVEIiS. N ' atiiax CJciniKix, H. L. Hicks. Bou FlliSr IKNUKS Danim. I.. SECOXI) TKXORS Hkcknki 1.. ' I ' oi ■ U.U XSIIN , C. ,1. 15 AKl roXKS Di-BiisE. C. S. BASSKS Mriti ' uv. JuK nrsixE.ss stai- f Law. a. ,T.. ,Tr. White. E. D. Wesley, T. C. Faires, T. F. i.dVElTE. .loHX .McC-Ali. J. S. 1 .1 u;ii. Hii.r. Hit lIAHDStlx. Bin. IE HdC.EHS. ' IVoi Emx, Cm:(iiioe X(ii AN. .Mai L()3i .Sikieivi-vkeii. C ' ii-vki.es HdHMAX. ClIAIilES .S.MITIl. .Ia.MES SWKECOCI). RiGHTOX ORCHESTR.V .VsmiiY. J. H. Feiiiieie. E. G. GrsTAFsox. R. . . GOTJEX. O. . . T. Haxxaii. .T. E. HoHxiircKi.E. T. S. Haxccick, Dick McXeii.i.. . . T. Minm.ETox. II. Meahes. S. J. QrixiEx. W. r.. Wai.iiin. V. C. Wemux. J. It. Review of the Glee Club Season i Bv Bill Scherffiis HE IDEA of a Glee C ' lul in a Technical scliool lias always seemed ineoiijiTiious to the general public, tlie niceties of singing- and the ' J ' hespian ' s art being usually associated with those colleges where litiratiire and art hold undisputed dominion. It remained for the (jeorgia Tech Glee Club, in the South, at least, to demonstrate that the engineer could leave his transit or engines, doff his overalls and produce such harmonv from biliinii iiis tuxrdo front as would make the critics sit up and gi e their unstinted |)raise .-ind undivided attention. The Glee Chil) of the se.isou l!) ' 2(i- " J7 de])arted from the aade ille jioliey of the jjrevious year and reverted to a more classical form of program, .and the enthusiastic manner in which the efforts of the club were received w.is .•inn)le tribute to the succes.s and ])oi)ularity of the " South s I.ixeliest . " dingers. " .(.ames Aldirson. who w.is .Musical Director of the Georgia Teh Glee Club l.-ist ve.ir, again guided the organization through .■mother season, and as a result of his long .and N.irird experience, moulded ;in excellent chorus. His ide.is .and serv- ices this x ' e.ar .IS Musical Director were iux.alu.able. ; III ' { ' he (jlee Cluh is this ve.ir .ig.ain gre.itly indebted to Professor (i. M. S|)arks, whose .advice .and wealth of publicity ideas h.ive made the season, .and p.irtieul.arly the road tri])s, a fin.anei.al success, and .a possibility. He has been .a true friend. a h.ird worker .and ,i wise eouncillor and th - -hib is un.animoiis in its vote of I h.anks. The program was divided into tiirei- acts, the first t ' eaturiiiif tlie soloists, thorns and quartet, in harmony from the " Student Prince. " tlie operas and negro spir- ituals, while the instrumental trio and mandolin eluh added that touch of variety that comjiietes a well-balanced jirouram. Following the first intennission. tlie Teeli Ramblers and chorus treated the audience to " twenty minutes of jazz, " presenting, with energy and enthusiasm, the latest song and dance hi ts from Broadway, while the third act again reverted to the classical and semi-classie.il. with lively interludes by the mandolin club. The Cilee Club opened their season in Marietta. Georgia, early in February, and one month later took their long trip, traveling, this year, in busses loaned by tlie Georgia Military . cadeniy. Five davs through North Georgia and Tennessee were followed, on the night of April 2nd. by the performance of the singers before a packed house at Erlanger Theatre, in Atlanta, the (ilee Club finishing the season in a blaze of glorv. % The manv friends of Cieorgia Tech. both in Cieorgia and the neighboring states, have been hospitality itself, and the " Souths Liveliest Singers " are unani- mous in their praise and appreciation of the splendid recei)tion accorded the club wherever it ai)peared. Those who jirovided homes are to be ])artieularly remembered as contributing so largely to the success of the trijjs. It has been a great vear .■uul though there will be many new faces in the ranks when the club again takes the road, the season closes with even brighter prospects for another year. ii| r«pp rrtwifii m m i Marionettes of ' l - ' TJ OKFUKHS WlLLlA3I SciIKUKFirS Prf ' sidftlt Ike Gaiiber Vire-Prcxitlciil Hai. Chaili.e ?f . ' . ;;f ' .v.v Miniitiicf Stanley McNeice Sct-yrfarif ami Tn nsunr George Harrei.i I ' uhli lli Maniujrr Axi)v A ' ahi)i.aw Sldiji ' MiuHiiii )• Tlie Marionettes iif Geiirg-ia Tech — " The Sixith ' s Leading- Collide Draniatie t ' liili " — was founded early in tlie twentieth eentnrv and lias, sinee tliat time, made for itself an eiivialile reputation, not only in Georfria hut also in the neiirhhorin}; states, hy the general excclleni ' e of its work and llie finish of its jiresentations, Sinee talent is reeruited solely from the Cieorgia Teeli campus, the clul) has, naturally enough, to resort to female impersonations for the feminine roles. The finished |ierfoniianees testify what hard work can aceoni])lisli m this line. The Marionctti ' S off ' i ' op| ortiinity to ;is])ii-ing ' nuanhers in se eral fields, other ttian liis- trioriic; sceiu ry eonstruetion, electrical work, liu. ' -incss, )»uhlicity and nnisica! talents : w all necessary toward the ])resentation of a successful |iroduction. The close of the season Ifl2(i-2T finds the .Marionettes more firmly estahlished than ever in ])uhlie popularity. . gr at deal of the credit should go to Hill Scherffius, ))rcsident and director, and llal Chaille, liusiness manager, for it is largely through their efforts that the Alarionetti ' s ha c m.nntaini ' d their place amiing the leading dramatic organizations of tin ' .Sonthi rn sciiools and universities. ■ M 1 W Ik Jf Members of the Club Ax.ASTASAS, H. D. Arn-oid. M. W, Barthei.mkss. n. F. Bayliss. U. D. B. Bl.ACKJIOX, M. J. Brock, W. B., Jr. Browx. I,. Bhyax, R. D. Burt. G. D. W. Chapmax, C. M. Chaille. Hai ClAFLIX. J. M. Cliatt, J. E., Jr. DuxKix. W. T. F.ARR.AR. ChaRI.es Fhoshix. L. J. Garber. I. C. Gi.E. Tox. George Goi.uwasser, . . H. Gkaxtham, W. H. Harhei.i.. G. F. Hero, . . A. Ha. ' M. ' Moxd. Juiix Hoi.i.owAY, L. A. Howard. P. HlMHHRlES, H. Jeffries. H. O. joxes, w. i.ter Kelly. Jervey KiTTREDGE, S. Lambert. T. L. XE, C. L. LuXSFORD. D. May, AV. AV. McXeice. E. C. McCaix. Joe Meredith. C. I.. Mitchell. L. .Milam, .T. C. MORTOX. F. Myers. C. B. Peacock. J. H. Pitts. I,. W. Reyeold. M. Sacha. F. L. SCHERFFirs. AV. S. Stikgis. a. W. SlBERS. S. C. swaix. r vi a m) Talbert. V. a. Trammell. R. D. Tt ' Rxer. .T. Waters. C. M. AVardlaw. a. B. AVeitzel. G. J. AVlLLIA. IS. U. T. AVomelsdorf. I.. B. Members of the Orchestra C. B. Myers. Director Piuno J. A. JIcCaix, .Assistant Director Trn tx ,1. M. Clafli.v. Manager Banjo C. M. A ' aters S(u-oithotif C. i: Meredith Trunijjet l Marionettes REVIEW OF SEASON H F. MAK lONF ' FTF.S of Gi-orjiia Ttcli. Uaviufi; htliiiid tlniii tlic sweej)- iiig ' plains of Texas and tlif Mexican liorder. benevolently terrorized by " Tlie Had Man, " returned to the Middle-Kastern States for tiie setting of the 1926 summer production, their vehicle heinj; " Tlie Backslapper, " by Mann Page and Paul Dickey. " Tlie Backslapper ' was undoubtedly the most serious effort yet presented by the " Souths Leading College Dramatic Club, " but under the able directorship of .loe Duckworth, himself an old Marionette, the play rapidly rounded into form and its first performance in Atlanta proclaimed it an immediate success. Bill Sclierffius, president of the club, played a long and heavy lead, ably supported by a splendid cast, and the play, both as regards histrionic perfection and excellence of technical |)roduction. reached a new highwater mark of Marionette history. The fall ])resentation of the club was very reminiscent of the previous |)lay. and the " Show Off " of Cieorge Kelly, directed by Bill Sclierffius. again demon- strated the ability of the tliesjiians in comedy. Lathrop Lane and Leon Brown c.irried away the major honors of the play, Lane playing the title role and Brown the long and difficult part of the " Show Off ' s " mother-in-law. The su))|jorting cast was one of the best ever assembled in a Li- rionette production, and the first trip into South Georgia before Christmas assured the club of their success. F ' ollowing the Atlanta performances of the " Show Off ' in February, the Ma- rionettes took their annual spring tour of South Carolina, playing to good au- diences for one week and being received with wonderful hospitality everywhere. It has been an excellent year and the wealth of material and interest and eii ' thusiasni of the club will do much to carry the Marionettes through many more suc- cessful seasons. ' I ' lIK M VnioNLTlKS ( )lU IM.S1I{ CAST OF THE " SHOW OFF " Bv Geohok Kki.iy Auhreii ' ijter I.ati. ' Doi ' I.ane Mix. Fisriii r Ledx Hkowx Clfira Haroi.i) Wii i.iams Amy ... AxsEi. Talbert ilr. dill Tom Lambert Fniiik Iliilnnd , Georc.k Hakkei.i. Joe I.ane Mitchell ilr. Fhrher Tames Tirner ilr. Roger.i .Miltox . rnolu CAST Ol I ' HF -HAC KSI.APPER ' Bv l Al L DiCKEV AM) M A N X PaGE m Boll Allttll WllLLVM SvlIEREUrs Bert Lout Hah(ilu ' illia. " ms Doui las Liiiii DuroAii) Barthel.mess Gloria Dciniin Xewtux Maxicy .fdhn Trni ii ' ir George Hakrell Snm. Biib ' .i Chauffeur .Myhox I ' xderwooi) Dnre Kennedij I,- throp I. axe ilr.1. Kennedy . . Walter .Ioxes Snrii WiLLUM .May .fudffe Deniii.i Chirk . . . I, AXE MrTCHELL . .IlLIAX HlIEV Lixlir CoRx Shepherd Enllili Tom McC-jtciieox I m T;- ! V..- K ,»rt[V,-w JClrSr y ' o ooran " YratorDities F -SI (SVS) ■ ■ ' ■ni.j-v ' ■ l - S Phi Kappa Ph 1 Founded 1897 HOXOR RV FR TFRN ' TTV CiKoiir.iA Smuoi. OF Technoiogv Chapter Established IflU MFMBERS Andkrsox. W. M. BiKi). G. T. BoGGs. G. H. CHAII.I.E, J. H. Edwards. P. M. Grant. M. B. Gins. A. V. Kaesti.e. F. ¥.. Kennedy. K. W. Mai.one, S. X. Coach V. A. Aiexander Prof. X. F. Beardsley Dr. G. H. Boggs Dr. -M. I.. Brittaix H. H. Cai.dwei.i. Dr. .r. B. Crenshaw Prof. ,1 . I,. Daniel Prof. T. W. Fit;gerai.d Prof. H. E. Genz H. K. Fuljier E. S. Hannaford Dr. -V. V. Henry R. I.. Hiii. Prof. H. S. Howeii. W. B. Johns J. M. Keech Prof. R. S. King FACULTY .McCi.EIIAN. T. M. McGraw. W. .M. Xewbekry. H. V. XicHoi I.. .1. F. Pitts. I.. W. Seal. G. M. Smith. E. C. Smith. J. I.. St-alker. W. G. Whitti.esf,y, J. H. J. c;. I.rxEN Prof. H. W. .Mason R. M. M. TSON Prof. .1. E. .McDaniei. Ml Prof. . . B. Morton- M Prof. T. W. XoEi M Dr. V. G. Perry K Frank Read Prof. D. P. Savant Prof. T. G. Seidell 11 Dean V. V. Skii.es Dr. D. M. Smith m Dii. n. 1.. Stamy E Prof. R. X. Thompson- 1 Prof. .S. W. Vaiohn- H. S. Weber i Dr. B. B. Wroth ' f " ahvRU i Tau Beta Pi HON ' OUAKY EXGIXEERIXt; FRATK UNITY Foundecl 1885 AiiiiiKii. V. H. AXDERSOX. W. M. B(x;os. G. H. Byrd, W. O. Cross. R. D. Grken. R. W. GiNN. A. W. Ha imond, J. ' .. .Tr. Harris, R. O. Kaestle, F. L. OLD MEMBERS Estal)lisliPil m-il Kexxedy. K. W. Marshal!. V. K. Mvi.us. F. G. Nicuoi.L. J. F. Pitts, L. W. ScnERFFirs. W. S. SCIIWAIB. C. J, Smith. J. I,. Stalker. W. G. Stephens. J. W. rj M I NEW MEMBERS Bickers. H. F. Brixsox, J. H. Casselmax. A. I. Cruise, R. P. DrxKix. V. T. EZELL, E. E. Hoi MAX, ,1. V. PiKii. T. S. Drxx Priie. T. W. Fitzgerald FACULTY Prof. F. C. Sxow Hood. R. C. .James, W. S. Law. a. J. Marhx. H. M. Merry. E. B. Moore. E. B. MlKRAV. L L. Prof. H. E. Gexz Prof. H. V. Mason ii I m GahS Pi Delta Epsilon HON ' OH AHV .lol liXAI.ISTU- FH ATKKXITV Foiiiuled 1909 Estal)lislieil 1922 SENIORS WlIXIAIM .MllNTr,0:MERY AXDEHSOX Waiter Herman ' Aidred. .1r. .Iri.iAX Xiciiois Barrett George Xor.max Bisaxar Gilbert Hii.i.hoise Boggs Jonx Campbeii. Butt, Jr. .loSEPlI HAIIfRED CkAIIIE Isaac Caevix Garber. Jr. Jii.iAx Francis Gray George Minni.ETox Joiixsox HeXRV Va[)E -MdORE Fred tiEoROE Mvi.irs Li.EWEi.i.vx Wii.EiA.ii Pitts Walter F.owe Scarboroigh Wii.iia: i Simeox Sciierffics F ' l ' GEXE Clyde Smith I " ' .1)WARD DaI.TOX ' IIITE Richard Rodax Cruise WiLLIA.M T. DrXKIX Harrv Edward Eatox Ji ' iiAx HdKE Harris JIXIORS Walter Manly Joxes Severn ' Woodmax Kittredc.e Ed. II ' XD Hill. KlHLKE . ltox H. .McDaxiel PJI Prof. A. H. . r.iistroxg Prof. George M. Sparks FACULTY Prof. J. B. Crenshaw Prof. Pnii B. Xarmijre ' fiiAn o " ' ■fi?f,i0 ' m Delta Sigma Pi I ' HUFKSSION AL COMMERCIAI. FRATERXITY Kapfa Chaptek Foundecl 1907 Cartkr Tate Barron Beverly Sims Embry William Abdis Lewis John- HorsTOX Marshall Elijsox Staxley- -McNeice WiiLiAM Barrett Pope SENIORS EstalilisliPil 1920 Vaxce (Ji.xey Raxkix. Jr. Joseph Henry ' Singer EiGENE Clyde Smith James Carti:r Waller Warren , Jackson Webb Robert I, oris Whaley Pa ' ' WW JIXTORS Rms HrTCHiNsox Carswell Horace Mokfett Davis Thomas Erwix Dicks Harry " Etgexe Keith - 4, SOPHOMORES GvY Holt Amasox XoRMAx William Beaxe Frank Weems Bltler Earnest Madison " Pratt Fred Wedemeyer Robinson Hugh Wesley " Rcssey " George Graham Thomas PLEDGES Raleigh Arnai.l Milton Wetmohe Biantox RoY " Howard Chandler Edward Bartox Hamm Charij:s EiGENE Roberts Mills Spencer Savage Robert William Stephens Jack Lewis Tway " Clifton Benjajiin Wilbfrn FACULTY Prof. Fred B. Wenx Prof. F dward B. Meriwether Si I iAtS -?SRO ' 860 Alpha Kappa Psi HONOR. aY t ' OMMKUl 1 Al. FRATERNITY Pi Chapter ' l.A- ' A Fiiuiulfd Ifl ' JS Estalilished 1918 SENKJliS I- R. Ash H. H. .McGregor M ' . E. Booker S. D. .Murray E. S. Bri.i.ocK F. V. Pi.r.MB C. .V. .Iamisox J. C. Sheior D. D. Keiier " J. G. -Smith JUNIORS E. J. Tracy J. W. Howei.i. Horace Bali. - O. J. Parker. Jr. S.XNDERS RoWIANI) .T. V. Be. SI.EY. Jr. SOPHt).MORKS .A. K. Gibson H. E. Browx R. B. Camp A. S. Morris C. R. Giioi.sox ' W. M. .[i,NEs. Jr. V. T. .SiM.MoNs, Jr. M FACULTY Prcm. T. W. NoEi p,i„K. X„Aii Warren ' ■ -DEP! f DLf Phi Psi HONORARY TEXTILE FRATERNITY Theta Chapter Foiiiifled 1903 EstaWislied 1925 MEMBERS George Dallas Baker Lovis Douglas deLoach R. Banks DcPke David John Bboadhurst Judge Wesley Beardex Greex Flavie Cooper. Jr. Joel Edward Deax, Jr. Richard N. Fickett. Ill James Henry Graves. Jr. Augustus Wilkersox Guxx Charles de l ' Aigle Harris D, Lee Krauss Earxest Charles Koxtz, Jr. Joseph C. McCall Daxiel Thomas Maxget. Jr. Fred William Perlitz H. CoLEMAX Nichols Hexry R. Puxd William H. Richardsox .Vrchie Thomas Reeves Nathaxial Sxead Turxer. Jr. William Clarke Wardlaw, Jr. :ii | ' :- I FACULTY Joux Robert Bbaxdox Charles Alfred Joxes David Earxest Philpot M {Ill Foiiiuk-d HUT Square and Compass SrrDKXT OUDKli OK FKKE MASONS ClKdKt.lA TkCU SuCAKE Established 1923 M KM HI ■.US W. Grant Stai kfk WlI.I.IAM C 15llAtKV Clyde T. Fihr Lyndon R. Wixe Phil D. Ci)atj:s AlIIKIII- Ck I ' lllKIE LoRENtd Q. Head Ray ' mon E. Grylich Albert S. Happoidt l)i(. M. L. Brittain Dr. Vm. Verxon Skiles Dii. W. (i. Perry Prof. K. C. Snow Prof. T. S. Dunn K ACl I.TY Eljio L. Pation Cedric I.. Cami ' bel; Rosamond D. Cross James C. Wise Adolph DeLopaz Roy T. Greene WniiAJi 1). Parkins Howard T. Antle Hi ' GH D. Sims Prof. Ja.mes H. LufAs Prof. Homer S. Weber Prof. William H. Johns Prof. CIavlord B. Estabrook Prof. A. Dixs:more Holland i i Scabbard and Blade HOXOKAIiV MIUTAKV FRATEHXITV Founflfd 1904 Estal.lislu-il 1920 AXSIKY, X. E. Ash, I,. H. Baxton. J. A. Barwick. F. Bruce. F. B. Butt. .T. C, ,Ir. Chaiii.e. .1. H. Daxiei.. L. B. Frederick. H. AV FixciiER. H. n. FiCKETT. K. M., Holt. J. N. HlEY, C. I.. Hrnox, P. W. Jamison, C. A. Kaestie, F. L. Kelley, H. J. Kennedy-. K. W. Lanier. W. P. Law. a. .T., .Tit. LeBey. ,T. C. lovette. f. d. Ill MEMBERS Mai.one. S. N. Marshall, F. O. McClei.lax. T. M. McGraw. V. M. Moore. II. W. Meadows, .T. ( ' . MiLLEll, .1. II. NlCHOLL. .1. V. Oxford. C. E. Parkins. W. D. Perkins. P. H. Philips, .T. L. PUHNELI., H. S., .Til. O ' Neal. W. B., .In. Rankin. V. O. ScHERFFirS. W. .S. S.MITH. E. C WiinT.. E. 1). Wine. S. R. WlLI.IAJtS, R. E. Williams. T. M. Walton. F. A. Yin-No. .T. L, HONORARY .MEMBERS Dr. M. L. Brittain Prof. G. H. Bocrfis PiioK. T. S. Dunn ahsoci. te members Col. E. D ' A. Pearce Major T. M. Chase Major S. L. Heidner Capt. B. L. Flanigen C.IPT. A. J. McClIRY " STAL Lieut. E. R. Wells ALIMNI MEMBERS L. E. Gates Prof. C. E. Coolidge Prof. A. V. Henrt Capt. . A. IIcjwland Capt. . . II. .Skinner Capt. R. E. Stafford Capt. H. K. Dilts Lieut. E. E. Glenn P. H. Nakimobe m ' • TADr t- ■ •oov ' •■ Kappa Kappa Psi luTA Cn AFTER m Founded 1919 HONOKAKV MISK Al. FHATKKMTV Frank Roman. Iloiioraiv Cli;irtt-r Mciiilicr KstdliliNlu ' d 192+ Itei H. F,. BlRKE C. M. DOYAI T. ' . ' ooi Ci. A. Armor W. E. ClMMlNS. Jk. J. II. IImiiils SEXIOUS V. .1. HdMAX .TINIODS it. H. Tpii.miiie A. T. .McXkiii. H. II. -MiCmikoor T. H. Miiii:i( S. I.. HlFK H. M. McCasii S. .T. Mfaiifs, Jii. m ■i. M Charrette Club HuxdUAifv Alu iirnx rruAL club FACULTY .MEMBER PlIOF. RaII ' H G. t ' lUI.IEV m 192T W. H. Aldkeu M ' . M. Andkiisox J. F. C.riAV E. W. Pitts J. M. Fee ister C. .1. Ford M ' . H. KriiLKE 1928 John T ' riti. hard J. K. EaW(i Hugh iE RTix H. J. McKlNXEY A. J. Britt 1929 G. F. Harrei.l W. D. Eve PLEDGES J. C. Bruwx Honorary Organizations Phi Kappa I ' hi is the oldest lionorary fraternity on tlie caini)ns and is the high- est seholastic honor a student can gain, since nienilurshi]) to it is limited to those who have distinguished theiiisehes in luitli scholarshi)) and aeti ities during the first three years they ha c been at Tech. Tan Beta Pi r.ites on a par for engineering students with I ' lii Ka|)pa Phi. its nienibershil) being confined strictly to engineering students. Member.s are chosen from the upper quarter of the Senior class and are those who have shown unusual ability in their studies and general activities. ' Diltii Kp.siloii is a national journalistie fraternity, membership to which is a reward for iiroficiencv on some school ])ublication for ;it least two years and gen- eral ability in other lines of campus endea )r. Prta (iamma Sif nia, a national .scholastic commercial fraternity this year granted a charter to the local Cosmos Club. Membership is limited to the ujjper ten per cent of the Senior Commerce Class. ])roviiling their average is eig-hty ))er cent or above for three years and tlie liaxe not h;id more than one deficiency, wliiih has been successfully removed by re-exam. Alpha Delta Sif ma is an honorary commercial journalistic fraternity, election to which carries with it admittance to membershi)) in the Associated Advertising Clubs of the World. Only those students taking advertising or marketing in the Commerce Dejjartment are eligible for membershi)). Phi P.si is an honorarv textile fraternity, nienilurship in which is conferred upon those textile students who have shown all-round ability in school and e;im])us activities. Delta Sij iiia Pi is one of the strongest honorary eommereial fraternities at Tech. Members are elected to this organization from those upperclassmen of the Commerce l)e])artment who have shown themselves to be unusually proficient in class work and school activities. Kappa Kappa J ' xi is an honorary nnisical fraternity, memhership in which is restricted to outstanding nuisicians in the hand and school. .llpha happa Pxi is an honor.arv commeni.il fraternity com|)Osed of connnerce students of ui.-irkcd .ihilitv in school work and outside activities. n i n i,«fj ' M i i Anak Society Founded 1908 OFFICERS Sam MrrKRAT A. WiL»KH President Viae-P resident Secretary and Trewwrer iMEMBERS CAR-i-En Bab ox JoiIiTKV Mabshali. Ckcil Jamison OiVKH Pool Mack TnAEPi " ; , ' ' ?i ' .; ' . , ■ ■ ' ,. .V. " ' ■ v,v- ;■? - ' Vi _i . ' »A ' . ' ,■ -■ r V ' fl ' ' ■ " i,• ■ " -■■. ' ' ■■ i ' ' iiAj IF Vm i fi? Koseme Society Foiiiidftl 1012 OFFICERS Joiix Buewer President Edwaiid Cmnvi.EY Vire-Pre.iiil nl Joa.v Lii.i.aud Secretary EiiXEST KoxTZ Treasurer MEMBERS FlIANK AlEXAXnEll Tex Barhett Raleigh Drenxov Hugh Gaston Wadi.ey Glexst BrsTER Hahkis Bill WaHDI AW Pai ' a Hood Dax Maxget FiRPO Mabtix Karl Nixox ' Fraxk Player JoHx Pritchard Shorty S.mitii s The Bull Dogs fulilidrd 19111 OFFICERS EciL Jamison FixDiEY McRae Sam MriiRAY . Ash, L. R. Barrett, C X. Barrox, C. T. Beardex, J. W. Beckxei.i.. H. M. Bri.i.ARD. Ralph Brewer. Lewis Coxx, J. H. Coi ' E, J. I.. Cooper. (!. V. Drexxox, R. K., .Tb. Harris. K. V. liAliltlS, I.. .)., .lit. MEMBERS Preskleiil . . . . ] ' lre-l- ' resuliiil . . Sern ' ftirtf-Trt ' fisiircr Hon Axn. R. F. Ja. ' misox. C. a. I.II.I.ARl). J. B. Mahtix. L. .T. Mahshai.i.. J. H. MiRRAv. s. n. Nixox. k. B. Player. Frank Pool, W. ( ). Savage. M. S. Smith. C. S. ' I ' liAiirE. M. M. W ' li DLit. T. A. " ' lo.m an . S. .1. " . ! 1 Skull and Key Society Fduinlid 1912 OFFICERS Robert L. Horx President L. J. Hakuis Vice-President A. J. HrxTEii Serretari -Trensurer OLD MEMBERS Bryaxt, W. C. HrxTER, A. J. BuRx, E. M. Maxget, V. E. Cabaxiss. H. H. McCrocklix, J. S. Harris, L. J. Richardsox. W. H. Sheppard. p. J. Smith. C. S. Wesley, T. C. AVhittaker. F. p. Warxer JIizei.1. Fred Moretox ' Tom Rogers Red Terrell Dave Youxg Charlie Woolkoi k Bex- Dempsey HOLI.EJIAX. J. T. HoRx, R. L. HOLLAXD, G. A. HOLLAXD, H. L. NEW MEMB Bob .VrsTix HoJIER ClIRISTlAX Billy Deetch Roy Gordon- KeXXETII HaI OlITOX HOBBY EaW Bitty Httciiesox . ■■■ .fc f - t VJ • ,ir f ' ' a?-v ' J,-- l .-v i n ' ■nilM ' -HA[_M ' • e " MEMIJKHS Stamps Bethel FiNDLEY McRae Alton McDANrei. Exos Hartmax Hal Chaili Chase Hunter George Bisaxar Jack Cope Ike Garber Jack Felmet Walter Parxeile Mike Magaxa Phillip Hittox Berry Graxt i ' WI Scientia Club HONORARY GENERAL SCIENCE SOCIETY OFFICERS F. D. McRae President J. H. Chaille Vice-President G. N. BisAXAR Secretary I. C. Garber Treasurer m " ' t5A0 ' ■ " ,-«Eiv ' - ' " " m ' - - WlM " ' ■rm " - ' ' •fTHOf ' - C-tiGW ' SI Briaerean Society HONOKAKV C0-01 ' EKAT1 E FRATERNITY Fdiinded 1322 SEN ' IORS James Homkk Mii.ikr Ernest I,esi.ie Stephens Lyxdox Reyxoids Wixe Hexrv Edgar Poweii, Kexxax- Eigexe Holi.ixgs voktii Joiix WiiiiAM Smith W. Graxt Stalker Fraxcis Mariox Hh.i. Albert Ciladstoxe Pikkie Harry Cole JIXIORS Hexry Wade Moore James Raymond Thom Frank Barwick I.rcirs BrRXEY Daxiel Thojias McRae Williams Daniel McKexx-a O ' Coxxell Euchee Harp Skinx-er Claide I.eroy Huey Ivey I.ee .Mirray William Joseph Cooper Joseph Leonard Browx Charlie Tillmax Oxford Jack Xelsox Holt Edwix ' Patterson Waite I.eroy Dex ' ance Hays John Cleo Meadows SOPHU.MOKKS Tiiojias WiiiiAM Belcher. Jr. John Cook Light H. B. liEKRICK Earl Hilbirx V. J. Pe.abcdy S. K. .loXES (). A. KlHLKE L l. Burrow FiiAXK Hargrove Oscar Frederick Olsex " Clarence Leyton Renkroe BiiiiE Joe Wiiitj: NEW ME.MBERS J. B. Carey J. R. Groves J. R. Hicks William Chichester F. C. Ruxge J. W. Ross S. R. Parry S. R. .S.AIITH F-VCCLTV Prof. James Erskixe McDaxiei Prof. Phil Bl.asieh Xar.more Architectural Society OFFICERS W. M. Andkrsiix President I.. W. Pitts Vice-President . H. AiDRED Secretary ] Smith Treasurer MEMBERS Brown, .T. C. Gray, ,I, F. Brown, I,. Godwin, O, H. BUFFINGTON, R. C. HaRRIS, J. H. Carey, G. A. • ' ►■ ' ■••. • ' C. Cl.ARK, A. W. KiriKlAXl), J, A. CORNWEI.I,, V. D. KlHLKE, E. H. Dennis, T. W. • I-awo, J. K. DoREY, J. H. I.eBey, J. C. l- ' .DWAnns, V. A. I ' ritciiahd, .Ioiix EsPEDAiii., E. G. Walker, .1. W, Foiiii, C. .1. Wise, J. C. m dgaii I i American Institute of Electrical Engineers Geiiuiua School of Tf.chxoi.ogv Biiaxih Esl(,hl!.--h, ' ,l 1915 OFFKKKS W. .M. McCIkaw F. I.. Kaestik I ' reshlent Serretiini aiiil Treimiirer MEMBERS III Arxoi I), W. H. Banton. J. A. Boxi). C. A. Butt, J. C, .lit. coi.e.man, d. t. Cross, R. D. Cr.M.MIXGS. (). O. Dibble. C. II. DOYAL, G. M. Duxx. W. P., .Tr. Edwards. W. C. Graham. V,. P. Greene. R. V. Ha.aimoxd. ,T. V., Jr. Irwin. I ' . R. Kaestie. F. I,. Keller. . . A. Lewis. J. H. Loach, H. D, LucKV. M. H. Mac.millax. K. p. Pexx, H. I.. Perlitz, W. H. PuRXEi.L. II. S.. .Tr. Roberts, ,T. R. Saxshlrv. 11. C;.. .Ik. Seal, G. M. Steed. ,I. N. Stf,phexs, .T. V. TlRXER. B. M. Walker. J. R. Wakdiaw. . B. Wattersox. .1. Ci. YouxG, J. H. t m American Society of Civil Engineers Georgia Tech Stipext Chapter OFFICERS K. I,. Hardy Prpsidrnt V. H. Mii.iER Vice-President I . C. Merchaxt Seereturif itiul Treasurer MEMBERS Adams, G. R. Kriiener. E. A. BoGGS, G. H., .Ir. Marshaii., F. G. Bortox. H. G. Mejia. K. Brewer, L. Napier, I.. W, Brooks, I,. E, Xicimii, .1. F. Bunch. T. Paii.k, 1), H. POWEII., V. O. Rankin, T. H. Reeves, H. B, Ross-Ci.CNis, H, rosexherg, s. scherffii ' s, w. s. White. E. D. WlI.I.IAMS. R. E. ' ()0D. T. W. A ' ru:iit, a. ' . F.VCLLTY 1 ' roK, li. 1 ' . BlACK Bvhd, W. (), Carltox. F. li. Chiassox E. A. COLE, K. O. COXXEII., A. R. Dean-. .T. .1. C;AM.MA(iE C, E. Harris. 1 . () Ken nedv K W. Kennedy I ' . I.. Prof. F. C. Sxiiw Mi i ■.» j n m r t iii American Society of Mechanical Engineers Geohgia Tech Sitdext Ukaxih Founded 1915 OFFICERS C. AV. Jones Prf. ' idi ' iit J. E. Xaxce Vife-Pff ' sidfiif .1. G. I.freii Secretari W. J. Crosswei.i Treasurer MEMBERS AxKEBS, J. H., Jr. I.oveii. R. C. Bird. G. T. Liter, .1. G. Cansox, J. S. Mercer. .1. F. Coi.YER, C. M. Merry. B. Crossweli.. W. .1. MniER. .1. H. Daxiei.. .T. Xaxce. .(. E. E.MORY. H., ,Tr. Peek. H. H., Jr. Frederick. H. W. Rickexhack. A. V. FlRII. C. T. SCHARTZ, C. A. Gefken, J. H. Stalker. W. G. Green, L. A. S.mith. ,I. I.. Haii.e. W. a. Whittlesey. J. H. Huff, J. M. Wixe. I.. R. Jones, C. W. il II - m SSs smaeisi tmaSaS ii American Ceramic Society Geoiigia Tkcii .Stidkxt Braxcii OFFICERS (1. M. JiirixsoN Pi-fsUlint Eben Hix-.KHS Virc-I ' nxidriit W. A. Hendkhsox Secretari E. 15. Meiihv Treasurer MEMBERS Bmitjiei :hess, D. F. Mitciieii . I.ane (uii I Di.Nd. H. U. MoHExrs. R. T. Green, C. F. Myers. I.aiimoxt Gkeex, F. W. Pool,. V. (). GlIIFHX, i M. POWEM.. E. F. Haxxeii. 1 ' .. R. Roberts. K. B. Haxsox. W. C. Renfkoe. ( ' . I.. Kexokikf. .1. I. Watters. ' . E. Krm KE. C. A. West, C. W. McKlMSTIIV. [{. G. WnITTEX)ll ilC. R. E. F VCll.TV Dr. a. ' . IIexrv W. II. ' u .;iin § i- ' J ' H " I Emerson Chemical Society OFFICERS H. D. FixcHEii, Jr President S. M. MiKRAY I ' ice-President H. B. Alexaxdeh Secretarij and Treasurer MEMBERS SENIORS AlEXANDEB. H. B. FrEEMAX. H. AisoBROOK. A. E. Marshall. V. E.. .Tr. Bleich. J. Myers. C. B. Bracey. W. C. Newberry. H. W. Brixsox. J. C. Pattox, E. I.. Fixcher. H. n.. .Tr. Saxkord. K. M. .irxioRS Allmax. C. C. H. gedohx. C. I.. Bashixski. H. M. Hood. R. C. Jr. Brewer. S. .M. Neal. W. R. Clarke W . T. Noyes. W. .1. Clemexts. W. B. Pexxell. .T. H. Cole. G. M. Porter. J. K.. .Tr. Coxx-allt. C. p.. Jr. Sarvex. E. AV. Cook. AV. S. Sims. H. D. Waite. E. p. SOPHOMORES Croixh. H. O. LrxTz, H. E. Crowe. H. W. Merrill. . J. DOXOVAX " , J. S. MiDDLETOX. .1. H. EVAXS. C. H. NORRIS. J. W. Frary. AV. O. Peltier. S. B. Caedke. R. F. I.. RiTjoLPii. C. . .. Jr. Hkxry. G. C. Jr. Wilsox. J. J. WlJODRl KF. H. S. i s? I i i m la n I High Tension Club HONOKJKY El.KCTRICAI, Exill X KKUI XG SoCIKTi ' OFFICEHS J. C. Stephens W. M. McGraw Pri ' .iident Secrefarif iiinl Trfuniirt ' r Arnold, V. H. Allen, R. W. Barnes, R. M. Butt, J. C. Dunn, W. P. Eaton, H. E. Hammonu. J. W. Kaestle, F. I,. Alexaxueh. R. B. Bhaxt, G. S. Bush, F. V. Carrol, H. A. Clark, F. R. Edwards, T. A. lldLMAX, W, ,T. MEMBERS SENIORS Perlitz, W. H. JUNIORS Keller, A. A. Lewls, ,T. H. McGraw, W. M. Purxem, H. S. Stephens, .T. W. Young, ,T. H. Wardlaw, a. B. Green, R. V.. ,Tr. Hughes, C, N. Law, A. .). Lightbourx, W. S. Markle, W. W. Nichols, .T. G. O ' Neal, W. B. Trosdai, E, S. ii ■I u ' I ' riiNFii. J. O. 11! Civil Crew I,. Brewer President R. E. Williams Vice-Prexidciit Ci. H. BoGGs. Jr Serretfir; aiiii Treasiirtr II. P. 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Pee Wee National Collegiate Society of the Spiked Shoe Georgia Tech Chapter OFFICERS Richard N " . Fickett III Prixidenf Ci.iFFORi) ScmVAi.B Virt-l ' ri-.ihlent Jul. IAS D. Saks Secretnri niiil Timsitrer MEMBERS Coach Harold 1$arrox A. II. Bishop I.iiris Brewer John C. Bitt. Jr. J. High Coxiey. Jr. Richard N. Fickett HI Oecatir n. Haxkins EiBERT J. Hood Cecil A. Jamisox Ebxest C. Koxtz Benja:min B. Peacock Percv H. Perkixs. Jr. Harold R. Ravber Jn.iAX D. Saks Clifford T. Schwaib Clifford . . Stricklaxd F DWARD n. VHITI; Robert E. Wii.iia:ms ' rHo: iAS P. Wright ■.if.ri . mis Ji w m I M ii « I.iEiT. FIdgar E. Gi.exs He.nry E. Gen; Thomas E. Moody Hugh H. Leech Aeronautical Association Geougia Tech IShanch FACl ' LTY MEMBERS William B. Johns. Jr. Homer S. Weber James R. Di ' ogan Frank Bogle John F. D. Smith Clarence E. Coolidge John W. Fountain OFFICERS William Si- ' m KON FFE SCHERFF . SH U ' S I I ' l ' .iidt ' li f Lloyd Radci, Vicf-Preaiiieiit Reiben Coil MBl s Hood MEMBERS . . . 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I Georgia Tech Radio Club HONoi; i;y .members PboKKSSOR CllAHIES C. SlUMAllI) CaI ' TAIN " K.IIIAND E. StAKKORD I.IErTi:XAXT EVERFTT H. Weii.s m OFFICERS John H. Yoixg But O ' N ' kal . Waiter Merkee Pifsiiltnt . . . Vire-I ' rexiijcnt Secretnri -Treasurer MEMBERS Bennett R. Ai ams George Avehii.i. Roy ' . Brewer W. E. ElEIOT W. D. George .John Grifkin Tom Hall Charles Heitmax John Hillegas J. Cravens Howell JciiiN H. Young Jack Jackson Walter Merkij; Bill O ' Xeal Dabney R. Perry N ' ed Preston Hayden Ross-CuNis Charles Wesner Joe Wilenzick McRae Williams SiG WOJNOWSKI ii Free Body Club Mecuanicai. Enoixkkuixg Socikty E.stiihlhluil 1923 OFFICERS J. W. MdoiiE President V. T. DixKix Vire-Preaklent D. D. Mahgui.es Secreldrii iiiul Treiixiirer MEMBERS Cai ' i ' s, C. p. Mamcy, W. K. Coats. P. D. Oxfobd. C. E. ClIAVEN. J. P. StEIX, J. C. CiiiYucn. R. E. Waite. E. P. (iriHiEH, M. S. W ' ri i.iA. ' vis. T. M. HONORARY MEMBERS PlKir. ClAIIKXC ' E E. CoOLIIX-.E PlKIF. HeXHV E. 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S.MITH. J. G. PoPK. W. B. Waller. J. C. SlIKLOH. .T. C. Whalev. W. J. JUNIORS COTHRAX. T. D. PUMB, F. W. Davis, H. M. Rowland, H. S., Jh. Dicks, J. G. Welch, K. G. SOPHOMOUKS Amason. G. H. Moiiiiis, A. S. Beasi.ey. ,I. W. Phait. E. M. FAC ' ll.TV Prof. F. B. Wexx Pikik. 1 ' .. I?. Mekiwetiier The (Jul nnn(tr;ir .Scicirt ' was orgaiii .fd l) .!. I). .S]);irks ami .T, F. Pent in tin fall of l!l 4- t " lioiior iippcr-clasMiifii ill the Eveninjr Scliool of C ' onunrrii ' . Mciiilicrstii]) is open to in n who have hiji;li scholastic records ami who have hecii proini- nriit It) srlmiil aclivitlrs. J Venetian Club K enim; Sljuiiii, Suciai. Ci.I ' b OFFICERS G. H. - iAS0N Pn ' iiii ' iit O. J. Parker. .In I ' ici-Prcslilint A. E. Ctibsox Srrrt ' ttn-ii H. S. Morris Trfitmirtr SENIORS Smith. J. G. JINIORS Rowland. H. S. Pi.imb. F. W. SOPHOMORES Amasox, G. H. Lake. F. G. Bhowx. Harry Morris. A. S. Beasley, J. W., Jr. Matthews, M. C. Butler, Claude McCoxxell, R. L. Dare, E. P. Parker. O. .T.. .Ir. Elliott. H. 15. Pratt. E. M. Fitz, Claude Roberts. ,I. W. GiBSOx, A. E. Russey. H. AV. Gholson " . C. R. Simi ' sox. E. E. FRESHMEN Keith, W. C. Newmax, F. P. Paik.ett. H. I. FACII.TY Prof. F. B. Wexx Prof. G. M. Sparks •v ijSF ' vt • , v ' i :.. - V JCl ' 3 -y JidJZJT TiZ i m m M »m:ii Organization of the Military Department Colonel K. O ' A. Peauce Commnnilitnf Major T. M. I ' iiase ( ' mixl .1 r ilhri Corps Majou S. I.. Heidxek liifiiiilri Captain B. I,. Flanigen Couxl A rtillirii Ciirpx Captain A. .1. McChhystai Id ' iiilniil Captain A. II. Skinneii Onliiniici ' Captain V. M. Howlaxd liifnii n Captain R. K. Staffoud Sii iKil Cor is Captain H. K. Dii.ts ' 1 iifmil nj First I. iei tenant H R. Wells Sliinal i ' m-jis First Liei ' texaxt E. E. Glenn Ah ( ' oi-jix First Sergeant T. T. Junes D. E. M. L. Staff Sergeant W. H. Godbee D. E. M. L. Staff Sergeant R. E. Meadows D. E. M. A. Sergeant .Iosepii Hiiiska D. E. M. L. Sergeant H. E. Ellis T . E. M. L. i The Military Band F. KoMAK B iiidmaxli ' r A. T. McNeili Major J. S. McCnocKi.iN Drum Major S. W. Parnell Captain II. W. Frederick Captain .1. H. Miii.ER Captain T. W. WcioD Firxt Lieutenant S. J. Meares Serjeant and Mimaj i-r Miss Mary Preacher Sponsor ME.MBEKS Ayers, N. M. B. R. Adams Asbury. J. H. Armor. G. A. Akin. W. A. Aronotf. A. M. Anastasas. H. D. Atkinsein. W. J.. Jr. Bashinski. H. M. Blakely, H. E. Baxter. H. M. BaKKarly. J. B. Bush. M. E. Burke, H. E. Coleman. G, A. Culberson. D. S. Day. P. S. Doyal, J. P. Doyal. G. M. Ferrell, E. G. Frakes. D. W. Fink, J. C. Frederick, H. W. Goldwasser, A- H. Gotjen. O. Garner, G. L. Griffin. W. D.. Jr. Huff. S. L. Harvel. G. E. House. F. C. Hannah, J. E. Hubner. R. W. Jones, J. M. Knox, R. L. Lackey. G. Lanum. J. R. Lucky. A. W. Lummus. H. C. Lovelady. W. B. Lubel, Ben McNicholas, G. F. Mathews, R. W. McCrocklin, J. S. Miller, J. H. Myers, L., Jr. McCash, H. B. McClintic, R. S. Marshall, W. E., J McLeod. J. I. Murphy. J. H. McGrcK ' or. H. W. Middleton. H. May, D. M. McCain, J. A. Merck, W. E. Mobley, Joe McNeill, A. T. Meares. S. J.. J Newton, C. E. Norris, J, W. Newberry, T. W Patrick. J. V. Pattillo. H. A. Rainey. J. H. Roan. C. N. Roman. W, J, Sanders, M. B. Simon, S, Shamp, R, C. StroberK, N. F. Stephenson, C, E. Trimble, G. H. Vickery. H. C. WaKner, J. L. White, L. W. Wesley, J. W. Wade. A. H., Jr. Wesley. T. C. Wood. T. W. Waddey. F. O. Jr. Cadet Regimental Staff Col.OXEI. H. D. FiNl ' IIKR I,IKlTi: ANT C ' llUlNKT, S. X. MaIDNE Majok I.. K. Asii Rfi inifniiil ( ' iimtniiiuiiT . . . E.rvciitivt ' Offircr .Idjifftnif .Ma.ioh H. S. PrUNKl.l.. ,ln. . (. ' attain W. 1). I ' ajikixs . . t ' AHTAI.V T. M. Wni.lAMS . . Mhs. K. D ' A. I ' kaihk . . . Miss Emzajieth liExxinT . . . .1 . (1. ( . iukI JIhhIir Officfi- Supi ' lii Officer . . . l f ' ills tun! Tntiliiinr Off ' ircr lifijunentfil ( ' ha iiirotw . . . . . Rf fiitu ' iilitl Siiituciitr lu (1! il tt i I l!J ' First Battalion Officers it IIj II I.iEi ' TEXAXT CiM.oNF.r. C. A. .Iamisiin Ill liilinn (iiiiiniinii i ' i- Major P. H. 1 ' kukixs Ii.miifivi ' Offiri-r Captaix V. p. I.axier 4iljiitiinl Cai ' taix E. D. White I ' lmis nml Iruiiiiiiii Off in r Captain V. O. Powei.i Ndyjy, , Offii-fv FiHsT LiEi-TEXAXT M. B. Ghaxt I ' l- rxiiiiitcl Adjuliint -Miis. W. A. HiiHi.ANB ( ' Iiiijiiriiiii ' Aliss,. Heiex Bahbek ' jii »siir COMPANY ' A " E. C. Smith Cniiliiin . T. Reeves Firs! Liiiihnniil J. H. Whittiksey h ' irxl IJiiiUimiil A. I). Tukxeu Sminil Limli until II. B. Reeves Gerund Liiiiliniiiit Miss .Tiiia Ahhott Ny OH.vor COMPANY ' B ' ' ! ' . M. McCi.Ei.i.AX I ' ltjitiiin G. C. Smith , Hrxl LUuliiutiit -M. B. CiiiAXT First IJiiiliniint W. -M. AxDEHSdX First IJriiliiuuit y. n. Sn.i.ivAX Si ' Ciind IJiiiti lunil -Miss Saiiah Faxt Sjunisur COMPANY " C " X. E. AXSLEY („i,liiin V. I.. ScAiiBuiKircii First Lieuleiiitut K. (). CoiE Second LleiilriKiiit G. A. Strkkiaxi) Sfciind l ii uli imiit S. ,r. YEoniANs •. . . . Si ' cond Lieiitniiint Miss Frances Baxks Sixiiisor COMPANY " IV .1. I,. YorxG Ciijitiiiii . (). Raxkix First Liiiiliiiniil W. M. Rapp First Liiutcnniit . (). Byrd Second Lieuteniint .1. H. C ' .EFFKEX 5 • ■ . fecoiid Lieutenant Miss May ( " i |{k Snausar M m w I Tit i p I Second Battalion Officers l.iEfTEN-WT-CoLOXEi, F. LI. Maksiiam Cinnmaudifiij lidtfulinll Major W. S. Scherffivs lixecutive Of ' fii-i-r Captaix R. O. Harris Ad)utniit Caftaix J. H. Chailij; P. T. Offi-er Captaix J. C. Le Bey SiijjjjIi Officer First Lieftexaxt G. T. 1 iki) I ' ersunufl .liljuliiiil Mrs. T. M. Chase ( hiipcriim- Miss Frances Harhisox Sji ' iilioi- COMP.WV -E " R. E. Carsox Captain C. K. McDaxiei Firit Liiutenanl R. M. Sanf(iki) First Limtinant C T. SciiWAi.B Spraud Lifiitfiiant L. C. Mehchaxt Si ' raiid Liiuteiiaiit Miss Jeaxette Ui.ackstock .S ioh.-oc COMPANY ■F " F. R. Mrtce I a plain R. E. Wiiiia:ms First Lieutenant R. W. Boston First Lieutenant H. U. SiUPTRixE Serrjnd Lieutenant H. D. Leach Second Lieutenant .Miss Fraxces Parks Sjiiinsnr COMPANY -G " . . AV. Gtxx Captain P. W. HiTTOX • . First Lieutenant C. D. Harris First Lieutenant J. R. Adams Second Lieutenant F. R. Benny Second Lieutenant Mi. s F.iiZAiiKTH KixG SjKaisiir COMPANY -H ' J. F. XlCHOl.I Captain W. J. Crcsswei.i First Lieutenant R. X. Sharti.e First Lieutenant R. M. P- ge First Li ' utenant . W. Crisp Second Lieutenant .1. H. DoREY Second Lieutenant .1. T. I.riDSBERG Second Lieutenant B. Mebiiy Second Lieutenant T. P. GovAN Second Lieutenant I,. Brehek Second Lieutenant H. .1. Kei lEY Second Lieutenant .1. V. HAMriKixn Second Lieutenant H. I.. Mai.i.ory ' Second Lieutenant B. .1. Wihti.ey Second Lieutenant G. W. Catiiey Second Lieutenant J. T. CoxiEY Second Lieutenant Miss Mary Moseiy Sponsor i I I i i Third Battalion Officers I.IEITEXAXT-COI.OXEI. .1 . Majoii J. H. YOUXG . C ' .M ' T.MN A. A. ReI.I.KII A. Bv . Bfillalirm ( ' ffmmniic er . . . IC.n iillr( ' Officer ' ;■ C ' -U ' TAIX F. n. I.OVETTE t ' APTAlN t ' . I{. lllWIX FlHST IjEl ' TEXAXT O. O. C ' l- ' M- ' MIXS Mks. H. K. Staffoim) Miss Makv HuowMxr. Ijtttti I ' linil.-: (linl Trtiinlnil Officer . . . Siijtjili Officer . Personnel Jiljiifanf ' ha jterone Sjtfnisnr COMPANY " r II. I.. Pexn ( ' ((htaiii y. M. McGit.vw • .v Lirutcmnif . H. , itxi)[i First Ijlviitenaut n. T. C ' nr.K:MAN SrraiHl Ijuutfuant M. M. Hahnks Sf ' cninl l u iifftKiiif -Miss Maimon Whmack Sjionsor m CO.Ml NV " K " ' V. I,. Kakstik i ' lifthfiii v.. l ( ' ii{Ai[A: r Fiiwt jirntriutnt J. li. W ' vr.KEU First Lirnttuant .r. U. I.KWis Second Lirutciittiit .(. V. Stkpiiexs St ' cnnd Licufennnt •Miss N ' liuMsiA I EAKixr. Sponttor COMPANY " L " H. ' . MdOKE ( ' iii tttin . M. AndxoFF First Lifutrunnt 1 1. H. Hehhick First Liriitt ' iHint B. B. Hoi ' SE First Litutcnrfnt I.. B. Daxiei Sfcitntl LiriftciHuif G. F. Lkxoih Scroinl LifutfiKint C. E. OxFoui) Scrum Lieutenant Mtss Rmi -MtiouE Sponsor J. C. Alt COMPANY " M " Anuws ' ffjtftiin H. E. HiHKE ; . . . . First Lienlenant I. I,. MniEiAV ' . First Ijieulennnt F. Bahwick Second IJenlennnt ( ' . I.. Hi ' EV Second l uiiteniint Miss IlniiK M K Cahtkk Sjiiinsor ORDNANCE COMPANY A. PI. AisoHiujoK Cfifttniii K. V. Kennkdy .... F irsf Lieutenant .1. N. S ' lTEi) First Lieiifemtnt li. S. Hhodeiuck .... First Lienteniinf J. M. S-MiTii First Lieutentnit J. Fei.met Second Lieutenant C. M. CoiVEii Second Lieutenant .1. I.. Dk.J AHNEiTE . . .Second Lieutenant A. W. HifKENitAcii . .Second Lieutenant Miss I.h r iax Coek p. M .1. r. w H H E E. I,. J. c. I.. R. ,1. I.. r. c. KnwAKUS .... Second Lieut PiROC. Second Lieut . FixciiER .... Second Lieut Powem Second Lieuf Stephens .... Second Lieut Bi ' in ' Second Lieut Wine Second Lieut Pim.i.u s . . . . Second Lieut Beattv . . . enant e n a n t e nnnt e n ft n t enant en (tut enant enant Second Lieutenant Sfoisar m m Naval R. O. T. C. Tech Unit (icorfjia Tcoli was IioiiDri-d by the Xavv l)r|)artir.fiit ill I 92(i by bciiiii ' selected as the iiiily scliool ill the South .-11111 one of oiilv six ill the L iiitcd States to have a Xa al I5raiicll of the R. (). T. C. The selection was made after the naval authorities had investigated ail of the lead- iiijv soutlierii colleges in which R. (). T. C. units are located, which is considered a great eoiii|)liiiieiit to the efficiency of the local R. (). T. C. Onh- fifty men were admitted to the new organization when the fall term began. Fifty new men .-ire to be admitted e;icli ve.ar. so that after four years. ;i m;ixiiiiuiii of :il)(l men will be iiicbuied in the unit. Tr.-iiisfers from other units .are not ))criiiitted. It is s.iid th.it one of the chief f.aetors in the selectimi of (ieorgia Tech for the X.-ivai L ' liit is the excellence of its iii;ithem.-itie.il tr;iiiiiiig. since a considerable .■iiiKUiiit of m;itiieiii;itics is necess;iry in tlie making of ;i good naval officer. The N.iv.il I ' nit li.is another interesting feature, other tii.an being distinct in- dividuals on the cam|)iis. Eacli summer the students, as planned by the authorities, will go on a three weeks cruise. These trips will be so arr.ingcd that the student will be able to obtain first h. ' iiid information .iiid pr.ai-tic.il experience on boird ship, which is esseiiti.-il to :i ii;i .il officer. Ml iff ill M M M i K. E. ChamhtT.i, Chief Gunner ' s Mate: H. H. Harlow, Lieutenant Commander; J. J, London, Commander; E. Anheir, Chief Yeoman; E. H. Kinney, Chief Boatswain ' s Mate. ;ll ■■ ' } Roster of Naval Cadets . i.i:iiKiuT. O. L. Anderson, K. H. ArsTix. I). K. AsKKW. ,). n. Avers, X. McN ' . Beckxei I., T, I„. Jh. BlXKLEV, W. C, BowEX, I). H, BoYCE, A, S, Campeei I., G, C, Cakxes, J. R, Clark, H. M. ClRRY, U. G. Daxiel, F. p. De rG x, II, S, De ITT, .T. C, Kills, V, E. Frixk, ,T, R. Gavix, E, M. GOTJEX. (). . . T. Hatcher, i„ E. Ha roil TON, K, C. Herhin. G. F. HOBES, . . A. holsexbeck, w. m. Howell, ,I. C. HuDsox, M., .Iji. Hi -MPIIRKYS, .1, H. .Iekkriks. H. ().. ,Ir, Keith. H, V. KlNC, I). I., Ki ii ' i ' i E. A. .T, Lambert, T. H. Law, H, G. Maxston, C. . ., .Jr. Markowitz, ,T, McKenzie, E„ .Tr, Merkditii. F. H. MizKi I. W. I.. Morrison. M, A, Xall. a. V. Oltz, H, F, RoBERT.S, T, P. Rl-SS, .1. I.. Smith. W, A. SxEii, T, X. SOLOMOXSOX, H. L. Spexce. X. E, Stockari), .T, a. SwiXEY, .1. W. Taylor, W, R, TiRNER. T. B., ,Tr. Waiidkv, I.. R. Warxer, W, C, M ' lLKixs, R. E., Jh, Wray, P, H. i t ' e i ' 1 fs-l M I m m The Rifle Team and Its Season Rfalizin ; an ambition wliicli it lias had sinc-c its oi-franization, this year ' s Rifle Team wim the silver c ip and the ehampionship of tlie Fourth Cor])s Area, leading the field of fonrteen ' ollei;es in the area ec)mi)rising Georgia. Alaliaiiia, Fliirida, Xnrtli t ' arolina. Smith t ' arolina, Mississippi. Tennessee and Louisiana. Ciaining a liig advantage in the tliird and fnnrth stages of tlie annual Fiiurth Ciir] s Area inti ' reollegiati ' rifle eompetition, the Yellow .lacket sliar[)i-hi)oters rang up a total seore of T.liTl jioints out of a passilile 8,000. Georgia eanie seennd with 7,.581 ])oints. Last year the Teeh team placed near the top of the list in the match after defeating some of tlie liest teams in the country. Tlie rajjid rise to the eor|)S area ehampionship this year has heen a brilliant one with the .Jacket hoiiters winning all the matches fired with the ex- ceiitiou of cuie tie. MFMBKH.-; OF THF TF AM C ' ai ' tais W. a. Howi.Asn. Ink Ciuich mid Instrui-tnr .Sc.r. W. 11. GonnKK, Ixr I ssislmil Ciimli I ' . I). CoATKS T - llll ' ipt(lill .]. A. Hanton _ MaiKiiicr S. M. Smith M. F. Maktix .1. II. HllVSON W. (). S.MITM .1. II. WlinTIESEV F. F. MVKKS W. 1 ' . I.AXIEIl K. I). ClIOSS I!. I ' . I.KK Iv I). W ' lllTK W . H. Snavkly L. ' . .Stohv F. A. Waitox D O i Military Football Fcir tlie tliird cDnsecutive time the Infantry won the annual regimental football tourna- ment. Tlie Infantry won five straight games to end tlie season witli a perfect record. Close on the heels of the Infantry came the Coast .Vrtilkry Corps in second place, losing only one game and tieing one. The Air Corps tied the C. A. C. T to 7 in a hard tussle. The regimental tournament was far different from any held in the past; in fact if liad only slight earmarks of the ones of previous years. Coach Alexander turned loose his Blacli Devils and the scruhs who failed to qualify for letters and these sturdy varsity candidates held the limelight with only a few of the unknown stars crop])ing into tlie limelight. After the season was over the conunaiulers seated themselves in the council circle and picked an .Ml R. (). T. C. football team consisting of: Baker and Daniel, centers; Crow. Bos- ton and Littleton, guards; Savage, Hollman and Corbitt, tackles; ' on Weller, Henfroe. Stephens and Hatcher, ends; Conley, Dec, Dempsey, Daniel, Keener, I ' assalaigue, ShuU, Rus.s, I.ee and Luna as backs. The members of the championship Infantry team included: E. I.. Keener, F. J. Deinp. ' ey, .1. Passalaigue, G. Baker, H. W. Dieckninn, J. F. Corbitt. P. .1. Shcjipard, . . J. Borders, V. P. Kakin, A. E. Hauck. K. .M. Austin. H. X. Callahan. . . U. Satloff. W. M. . nderson. and H. D. Brener. FIX. L I.E. GIE STAXniXGS Won Tied Infantry 5 o Coast Artillery 3 1 . ir Cor|is 2 2 S ignal Corps 2 Ordnance j N ' avy (I (I Lost Pet. (1 moo 1 .7.50 1 .l)()( 3 AW) 3 .000 i .000 Regimental Basketball m. Had it not been for the one defeat suffered at tlie hands of the Air t ' ori)s, the Infantry haskethall team would liave finished the season undefeated. However, in winning: the chani- ])ionship for the second conseeutive time the team won nine games and lost hut one. The Signal Corps finished liot on tlie lieels of the Infantrymen, losing two games to the ihaiii- pions. The tournament, taking plaer early in the season, created a great deal of interest and furnished many candidates for liotli the varsity aT d freshman teams. The Infantry displayed splendid teamwork througliout tlie hard schedule, playing every team twice. This was the second championship that Captain Howland had put in the race and tlie hoys were there with the goods. The meinliers of the team included, S. I.. Coker, .V. II. Roane, H. C. Nichols, W. H. Emory, U. I,. Gordon, J. Passalaiguc, J. T. . dams, L. W. Iluntsiiiger, H. B. Camp and . . A. Huti-hinson. FIX.VI, I.E.VGl ' E ST. NI)IXC;.S i Won Infantry 9 Signal Corps 8 Coast Artillery 6 Air Corps 3 Navy 3 Ordnance 1 .ost Pet. 1 .900 2 .800 4 .600 7 .300 7 .301) 9 .KKl u ft t ' l 9 The 1927 Tech Terror and Tatler l ' ()HK ()HI) on liavt ' seen tlic mugs .uid turned thrcniuli eountles.s ]jages of names. .Maybe your fellow, sweetheart, son, daughter, brother, cousin or sister were among the lists, we thouttht they looked good too. Our problem at present, however, is to write a foreword to this dejjartment of the Tatler and so far we are going along nicelv. eo - ering several lines. As long as we can hold our own and take up the spaee the jiuMie will ne tr notice that it does not contain .-i thought. I ' " or tile few who iiaxe elanioured tlirough this f;ir we are going to do something different. W ' c .irc going to congr.ituiate you. for we know success lies at vour door. DEDICATION As has been said many times before, " Dedications should b.e .simple. " We therefore dedicate this .section to those who do not fol- low us. Without explanations. Tl yjfjB plUT4tlO Academic T5v;nj-DiNQ LiBui Y THE QQOhSH ' P THE MEW DO R, M VTOR. lES ' UiL. a u Cross Sections Through the Collegiate Air i The bifrgrst olist.-icic at tlif hoaniiiij;- hoii.sr is. to sjiiak in tlic iiat ' iral tniiouc, the flam ictr()la. " Wlio startrd it — you ' ve |)l.iycii that a thousand tiuics niv god — X ' alfucia. again — 15ahy I ' .u ' f— J ' il miom tonioiu-ow. " In rusiics tlif athlete, " I ' ve gotta mak e a hurried eall to the Piedniont. the Father of American Football is in town and — what? That dam Hilly hit tilling an- other date over the phone — say we fellows got to do something about this. " A few more dirty cracks are made under the breath and the big man on the cam])us stomps out. " Did you see that Dizzy Blond at the dance last night, where did she hai from. ' ' — not bad — not half bad — what ' s that — Hemlock 1112-0 — Tlianks. The boys are gathered around the evening papers. " See here where Dave Young broke the back stroke record — but at that I never thought he was such a good swimmer. I rememher when we used to — " When we entered the doorwav of his room the knot on his head was still aehinar. The sounds of college j ' clls. the music from the college band, mad shouts from the cork kingdom, the cracking of peanuts, the gentle whistle of an October breeze, tilled the air for the first game of the season. The alumnae would get their first op- portunity to see what the coach could do this year. Nobodv thought of the Flii ]5eta Kap|i.i prospect that reposed in his room studying the ))roiileu)s of his next week .•issigmuents. Nobody could realize what he was sacrificing, for the sake of a high .average and a star by the side of his name. Nobody tried to picture such an ineid nt because it would have been such an original idea. I I tTc[]t{) ' x.ar ?us Sh. I? I i lefl i I! Fraternities FRATERNITY S U P E R L AT I VE S Omega Tau Alj)lia: Has most men of miiiiinum abilities. Ep-siloii Alpha Sigma: Has largest eiiroUnuiit of students and freshmen Sigma Kappa : Has most men wearing Paris darters. Xu Sigma: Largest number of buttermilk friends. . l| iia Kappa: Most non-alcoholie group. Thet.i Delta Piii : Has largest tea dance attendance. Sigma Ka|]|)a Phi: .Most unsu])erlative men on i ' .-un|ins. . l)i]ia Kajipa Pi: (ire.itest number of track managers. Phi (hi: Largest collection of Atlanta ))arasites. K|)silon JMii .Signi.a : Has most variated types. (Hideous predominating.) Phi Kap|);i j ' i : H;is most gold teeth on cam|)us. Pi Theta Beta: Most men who shine. Plii .Sigma Delta: Largest collection of misfits. Dclt.i Tau Delta: Has largest collection of iiotcl towels. (lii Sigma: Most men who could serve as toreadors. Kappa Sigma Phi : Know most girls having halitosis. CJii Theta: All men own their tooth bruslies. Psi Ciii : Largest sui)ply of radicals. Pi Epsilon Phi: .Most men knowing the Star Spangled Banner by heart. Phi Epsilon Tau: Has largest number with curly hair. Delta Gamma Phi: Has most satisfied men. Delta Lambda Pi: Largest group of night hawks. Georgia School of Technology " A TECHNICAL SCHOOL WITH A NATIONAL REPUTATION " THE GEORGIA SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY offers to young men of ability and ambition a training which will fit them for positions of responsibility and power. The national reputation of this institution is based not on claims, but on results. Its greatest asset is the record which its alumni are making in the productive work of the world. Georgia Tech graduates succeed because they have been trained both to think scien- tifically and to work efficiently. Courses in CIVIL, ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL, TEXTILE, GENERAL AND CERAM IC ENGINEER- ING, ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY, ARCHITEC- TURE. COMMERCE, INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION AND GENERAL SCIENCE. . Coast Artillery, Signal Corps, Air Service, Infantry and Ordnance Units of the R. 0. T. C. For Further Information, Address THE REGISTRAR Georgia School of Technology ATLANTA, GEORGIA Circle the IDorld o SpoTlwif i T opalding m Ec iu g. ; 74 North Broad Street ATLANTA Frciuli I ' ripf. -Hi) v wcmld you ask for water in Paris ? Student — Who would want water in Parisr — Bnrcnneer. First Student — Have you fjot your grades yet? Second I ' nfortunate — Yeh. Thev weren ' t so liad. First Student — No? Wtiieh course did you pass ? — Puppet. " Ivan Soapsudsky shot liiniself twice. " " Seriously? " " Xo, onlv one of tlie wounds was fatal. " —Belle Hop. Student — I ' ll stand on my head or bust. Gym Instructor — Xever mind, Miss Marcy, just stand on your head. — Puppet. .Suitor — I have come about your daughter ' s band. Father — James, tell Miss Doris the manicur- ist luis arrived. — Puppet. " Have I any mail? " " What ' s your name? " " You ' ll find it on the envelope. — ViKjuhninl. Montag Brothers, Inc. Manufacturers of College and Social Writing Papers New York City Stationery, Envelopes, Tablets, School Supplies, Etc. ATLANTA, GA. Los Angeles, Cal. Frat — C:tn I borrow your red t ' k ' ' - Frater — Of course; Init why tlu- fonn.ility : Frat — I can ' t find it. — ' amj)U! . " Have you a canids-hair Ijrush? " " Wotinell would I he doinjr witli a camel ' : hair-brush? " — Webfoot. City Boarik-r — Milkinir the cow? Hirani — Naw, just feeling her pulse. — Log. " W ' liafs tliat mark over your ear? " " That ' s a liirth-mark. " " I never saw it before. How does that come? " " I looked in the wrong berth. " — Piipjtit. YE MERRIE ENGLANDE Baron Applegate — They tell rae that Lord Cheapside is a social failure. Baron Slushbottom — Yea, verily; he hath no manors. — ll ' ii otf. COLLEGIATE SE.iSONED CONTACT WITH THE MOST DISTINGUISHED APPEARING COLLEGE MEN HAS ENABLED THIS ESTABLISHMENT TO FITTINGLY INTERPRET THEIR STYLE PREFER- ENCES IN CLOTHES AND ACCESSORIES THE rin-H AVEWUI AT rOBTT ilJCTH STUEET NtW YOKK Everett Strapper, Inc. ROAD SERVICE HEmlock 7670 VULCANIZING 428 SPRING STREET at North Avenue NAT KAISER CO., Inc Established 1893 JEWELERS and SILVERSMITHS WATCHES — DIAMONDS —JEWELRY " Gifts That Last " No. 3 Peachtree Phone Wal. 1910 " Snowl. " " Sneagle. " " Sneither. Snostrich ■ " —Log. Little Bnlibv, age fi e vears, had been tak e.i to a basketball game. That night, as he knelt at his bedside and said his evening pravers. •.e ended them with this: " God bless Mama, God bless Papa, G )d bless Stevens — Rah, R ah. Rah. " — ♦ Smir Ok ' I. ••I asked hi r for a soul kiss. " •■Well: ' " " .She told me to kiss her foot. " - -Garffoyh. Passenger — Vat time does de train leave, you say? Agent — 1 :oO. Passenger — Make id 1:49 and I dake id 1 —Log. Ted — Isn " t there a peculiar smell in the read- ing room? Teddii — It ., only the dead ilciu-e. — Friviil. " Young man — if your father could see you now, you ' d give him gray hairs. " " Thash fine — call him, he ' ll be glad to see me. Old guy ' s bald-headed. " — Bean tot. Fowler ' s Place (Student ' s Inn) " Most convenient spot on the Campus " Cherry and Kimball Sts. HE. 9.S6.5 D. I. .M. C1NTYRE JR. JOHN 1. SCOTT MaclNTYRE,SCOTT,KNIGHT CO. General Insurance 609-615 Xorris Bldg. 223 Peachtree St. Phones: Walnut .5675-5676 Atlanta, Ga. LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF TEXTILE MACHINERY IN AMERICA MILLS EQUIPPED From BALE BREAKER to SLASHER With SACO-LOWELL Machinery are making the BEST Product at the LOWEST Cost Pays To Install Modern Machinery SACO-LOWELL SHOPS Southern Office : Charlotte, N. C. Branch Offices : Greenville, S. C, and Atlanta, Ga. Main Offices: NEWTON UPPER FALLS, MASS. Atlantic Ice Coal Company ICE, COAL COLD STORAGE General Offices: Atlanta, Ga. Telephone Main 1900 ON WHITE OR RYE? Diner: iiiv order? ■ ' Are you the you ng lady who took Waitress : " Yes, sir. " Diner: " Well, you " re are all your grandehikl stUl ren ?■ looking ' — Bean fine. Pot. How . . Bowser: " Wliy the gloom? " Rover: " Aw, they ' ve started a cemetery in my favorite burying-ground, and now I don ' t know which are niy bones. " — Chaparral. BILLIARDS LUNCHES SOFT DRINKS THE REX 117 NO. PRYOR ST. A clean place for clean fellows and a Hearty Welcome to all Tech Men ROBERT L. YORK 1 Ga. Tech Fountain Cafeteria In the Academic Building We Welcome Tech Men TIMES WILL CH- XGE " Mother: " When I w ' as your age, young lady, a nice girl would never think of holding a young man ' s hand. " Daughter: " But, mother, nowadays a nice girl has to hold a young man ' s hand. " — Record. ♦ " Those two fellows always have a circus when they get together. " " Whozzat? " " Barnum and Bailey. " — Pii ijiet. STANDARD COAL COMPANY High Grade Steam and Domestic COALS Office, 308-11 Peters Bldg. Walnut 5757-5758 Manufacturers Repairmen Atlanta Radiator Company .318-320 EDGEWOOD AVENUE, N. E. REPAIRERS OF RADIATORS. FENDERS. LAMPS AND BODIES PHONE WALNUT 4737 W. T. SPEER. Proprietor ATLANTA, GA. — The — TECH UNIFORM Sigmund Eisner Co. RED BANK, N. J. The cover for this annual was created by The DAVID J. MOLLOY CO- 2857 N. Western Avenue Chicago, Illinois ■ery " SioUoy Siade Cover bears this trade mark on the back lid. Drink DdicLous and Refreshing These are the Days for Sociable Refreshment ! The drink with that taste-good feeling and its dehghtful after- sense of refresh- ment. Bottled in our spotless plant with every bottle sterilized. 7 million a day IT HAD TO BE GOOD TO GET WHERE IT IS ■fir riJTL Behind On His Studies — Voo Doo SPINNING RING SPECIALISTS SINCE 1873 ' l MlTINSVII.«p SPINNING RING CO, IMfHITIN Frick Refriger- ation applied to a general cold storage 50 Vital Industries and Businesses Use REFRIGERATION To increase production, trade, and profits in such widely different work as making explosives, temper- ing ' steel, baking bread, freezing ice. sinking shafts, keeping meats, cooling theatres, etc. When such firms as Du Pont, Fleishmann ' s Yeast. A. P. Tea Co.. and others have purchased from 20 to 100 Frick Plants each, it means they are a sound investment. Write for engineering details. FRICK COMPANY, INC. Waynesboro. Pa. She (anxiously) " Oh, sir, won ' t you aid a maiden in distress ' - " He: " Xo. not in that dress. " — Jack-ii-Lantern. Two luni her jacks stopped at a preacher ' s house for dinner. One began eating before the divine had time to say grace. His partner whispered fiercely to him: " Wait a minute, you hog, the par,son wants to say something. " The other replied, without stopping: " Let him sa ' what he likes, he can ' t turn my stomach. " — Widow. Peerless Cotton Mills THOMASTON, GA. Manufacturers of Fine Sheets, Pillow Cases and Bed Spreads BRANDED PAGE AND THOMASTON Hopeful athlete: " I have a chance for the football team. " She: " Are they going to raffle it off? " — Buccaneer. The sad looking man at the corner table had been waiting a very long time for his order. At last a waiter approached him and said: " Your fish will lie coming almost any min- ute now, sir. " " Oh, yes, " said the man, looking interested. " And just what bait are you using? " — Chaparral. Randall Bros., inc. Good coal for people who are tired of the extravagance of cheap coals. " Beware of the higher cost of the lower price! " Phone Walnut 4714 95 Marietta St. Cor. Cone St. ' FELLOWS! If You Want a Good Laun- dry, Have Your Work Done By Us TROY LAUNDRY 280 Houston St.. N. E. WAl. 4908 HERNDON ' S BARBER SHOP — ■ — " Tech Boys ' Choice ' 25 Barbers in Attendance. For Service and Satisfaction Call on Us A. F. Herndon, I ' riiprietor IVv !IIB7 66 Peachtree St. Jaco bs ' ♦ - — Dominating the Drug Field in the South ♦:♦ - Mail Orders Given Pr ■ompt Attention P. 0. Box 1740 ATLANTA . GA. DEFIANCE SALES CORPORATION MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF Mathematical Instruments Drawing Materials Architects ' and Engineers ' Supplies Draicing Instruments For Sale at Student Supply 227 .South IJroad St. PHILADEl.PHl.A, PA. 5Ar t ,JVDiW WITH ROBERT AND COMPANY Incorporated ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS ♦ ATLANTA ROrOH AND UKADY I ' eriv .M ( ' () : " Is she a tough girl, huh:- " Str.K-k: " Boy, .-.he ' s so tough that when lier liair grows out, she ' n going to have to use liarli-wii-e for a hairnet. " — .tflii ' ierator. " And MOW, " said the Knglisli jirofessor, " wlici can tell me what a myth is? " " I ean, sir, " answered a frosh fresh friiiii iiidlogv, " it ' s a female moth. " — S(i irlii n. Barber: " Have you ever been here before? " Customer: " Just onee. " Barber: " .Strange I don ' t remember your face. " Customer: " Not at all, old man. It altered greatly as it healed. " — Chapavru}. " BETTER THAN EVER " Moore ' s Ice Cream Geo. Moore lee Cream Co., Inc. 51 E. Alabama St. Wal. 4968-69 Atlanta, Ga. W. C. Spiker Co. Structural Architectural Engineers 81S FOKSYTH HIIILDING ATLANTA, GA. Between Classes You ' ll Find the Gang Parked at the Tech Commissary " Tlif Mecca of Tech Men " FOR ATLANTA ' S FINEST FELLOWS ATLANTA ' S FINEST LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS TRIO Call Ivv 1600 NICHOLS CONTRACTING COMPANY (INCORPORATED I General Contracting, Railroad Con- struction, Street Grading, Paving, Concrete Masonry, Etc. Both Team and Shocel Outfits Office: No. 1 LaFrance St. Atlanta, Ga. Father tVU ujion tlie ice Because he coukl not stand. Father saw the Stars and Stripes, We saw our fathi rlaiul, — Flaminqo. Bo — Say, wliafs tlie matter witli the car to- day ? Zo — Well — I washed it last night and I can ' t do a thing with it! — TJcan joi. » » " That gruy can ' t tell the truth even when he ' s sleeping. " " Yeah, how come? " " He lies in lied. " — I ' unthir. Breathed there ever a man mi dead Who to himself hath never said, As he stiil)hed his toe on the foot of the hed, " e :-:-(),: " ! ;? ;!: I ; : ' ♦; " ■: :() ' — H ' i c ici ' irf. WHEN THE ROOM MATE ' S GONE WITH ALL YOUR CLOTHES HURRY TO THE CONVENIENT HABERDASHERY WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT AT LESS THAN UPTOWN PRICES THE TECH SHOP 49 NORTH AVE., N. W. Ht — I ' m leaving for Oshkosh tomorrow. She — To take a rest? He — No, to escape arrest. — Malteaser. WHEN KNIGHTS WERE BOLD Federick — What ho! Alexander, I prithee why all the noise in the courtyard? .Vlexander — Fret not. Oh King! ' Tis only a visitor removing his overcoat. — Scream. He (not quite himself): " Shay, didja ever hear story about trav — " She (caustically) : " Isn ' t it a little early for bedtime stories? " — Jaek-o-Lantern. She: " You ' re the third man th.it has kissed me tonight. " He: " Courage, it ' s only eleven o ' clock — " — Jack ' O-Lanttrn. PRINGLE « SMITH ARCHITECTS 821-25 ATLANTA TRUST CO. BLDG. ATLANTA, GA. When You Eat ICE CREAM Eat the Best Made by Jessup Antrim Ice Cream Co. ITS A LIE! Belle — I ' m };i iiiki sue tlwit thfiiie-corrector for libel. N ' ell — WIrulilyiili mean? Belle — She said that iii antecedents were niixrd and niy relatives couldn ' t be worse! Beanpot! Delighted Daddy: WhafU we call it? Moderate Mannna: Qnits. — Burr. " I love to see a man flunk a pipe, " chuckled Prof. McCosh as he marked " F " on the quiz papers. — Jugghr. " There ' s one person who agrees with me, " said the cannibal. — Aiinievator., MERROW Reg:. 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