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

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'K 1 W. NISTRATI MARION LUTHER BRITTAIN THE PRESIDENT OF THE GEORGIA SCHOOL OF r TECHNOLOGY President ot Georgia Tech for the past thirteen years, Dr. Marion Luther Brittain has become renowned as a leading educator. He received his AB. degree trom Emory University, his LL.D. from Mercer University, University of Georgia, and Emory University. Kindly, learned, austere, possessed ot the dignified reserve ot a scholar and the syrn- pathetic geniality ot a gentleman, Dean Wil- liam Vernon Slciles has achieved the highest ot rewards, the love and admiration ot both stu- dent body and taculty. l-le received his B.S. at the University ot Chicago, his A.M. at Harvard University, and his SCD at the Uni- versity ot Georgia. WILLIAM VERNON SKlLES THE DEAN OF THE GEORGIA SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY OFFICERS OF TIIE ADMINISTRATION WILLIAM VERNON SKILES MARION LUTI-IE N R BRITTAI , BS AM SCD' Dean A B LL D Pre srdn nt JAMES ERSKINE MQDANIEL, M.A., AB LL.B. Director of the Co Operatrve Department FLOYD FIELD, FRANK K. HOUSTON, A B,, A,M. CRA. Dean of MI,n Treasurer 22 AERGNAUTICAL ENGINEERING VA? ,... gf " ' ,fe I ln March, I93O, the Guggenheim Fund tor the Promotion ot Aeronautics awarded the Georgia School ot Technology the sum ot S300,000, tor the establishment ot an aeronautical center ot learning and research in the South. The Aeronautical Engineering curriculum Otters opportunities tor both under- graduate and graduate study. Courses are offered in Aerodynamics, Theory ot Flight, Airplane Design, and Aeronautic Laboratory lWind Tunnel Practicel. The curriculum in addition contains a background ot general studies which are essential to the engineer no matter what his specialty. The Department is well equipped tor its worlc having in addition to classrooms and otfices, two wind tunnels, a model shop, a large dratting room, a branch library, and it has also recently acquired a 300 horsepower autogiro tor flight testing. As this is the only Guggenheim School in the South, much is expected ot it trom the standpoint ot aeronautical research and the present program places particular emphasis on the problems ot satety in tlight and streamlining ot high speed vehicles both ot which are subjects ot vital importance in this new and rapidly growing branch ot engineering. , MONTGOMERY KNlGl-lT Director, Daniel Guggenheim School ot Aeronautics .23. MONTGOMERY KNIGHT, B.S B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology CHEMISTRY AND CI-IEIVIIC!-IL ENGINEERING .f - Wa, GILBERT HILLHOUSE BOGGS, B.S., Ph.D. BS.. University of Georgia: Ph.D., University ot Pennsylvania, Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Tau, Alpha Chi Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Georgia Academy ot Science. 've ln l9Ol, with the growth ot the Georgia School ot Technology, a course in Engi- neering Chemistry was established. Purposely it was not called Chemical Engi- neering as it is now because ot the laclc ot tacilities to Otter studies recognized as essential to that degree. ln recent years department expansion has made it possible to change the title ot the course to Chemical Engineering. ln i906 there was tirst otiered a tour-year course in Chemistry tor those more interested in Chemistry as a pure science than its industrial applications. How- ever the engineering course has always been the more popular. ln normal times industries absorb our Chemical engineers who enter their pro- tession in chemical manufacturing plants with the hope ot becoming managers, control men, or operators, while others talce up the design ot machinery. Chem- ists are usually inclined toward laboratory and research, while many continue their studies in various graduate schools. lt is our beliet that the growth ot industrial activities in the South will otter an attractive field tor our graduate holding either degree. GILBERT HILLHOUSE BOGGS l-'lead ot Department ir I .24. ARCHITECTURE l Obviously the main objective ot the course in Architecture is to train men to become architects. As designers and supervisors ot construction, architects are called upon to take a leading position in the building industry, and must possess a wide variety ot knowledge and capabilities. The school course is necessarily ot considerable breadth and duration. In addition there is a secondary objec- tive based on a recognition ot the tact that an architectural education may serve as a good preparation tor certain occupations outside the profession ot archi- tecture. Architecture is a creative field and combines the imaginative and the prac- tical. Those who have a leaning towards both the artistic and the scientitic find this an absorbing course ot study. The problem method used in design, by which each student worlcs out his own solution ot a given problem, parallels certain phases ot actual practice and serves as the best possible preparation tor the all-important role ot designer in an architects organization. HAROLD BUSH-BROWN Head ot Department .25. HAROLD BUSH-BROWN A.B., M.Arch. A.B., M .Arch., Harvard University DEAN W. VERNON SKILE5, BS., A.M., Se.D. B.S., University ot Chicago: A,M., Harvard University: Sc.D., Uni- versity ot Georgia. Beta Theta Pi, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Georgia Academy ot' Science. GENERAL SCIENCE The General Science course leading to the degree, Bachelor ot Science, was established in l923. It was designed tor three classes ot students: lll tor stu- dents who wish a broad training in general scientitic subjects, l2l tor students who have the time and means to secure a general education betore talcing up protessional curricula, and l3l tor students who plan to go into business or ina clustrial activities that do not require highly specialized training. ln this course science predorninates, but provision is made, however, tor a wide choice ot electives in business, engineering, and general studies. It is the only course ottered by the institution in which this wide choice ot electives is permitted. The General Science course will be discontinued with the class graduating June, l937. To replace this course have been established courses in General Engi- neering and lndustrial Management. DEAN W. VERNON SKlLES Director ,i fi 5- ' mf" .26. CIVIL ENGINEERING Civil Engineering is the protession ot construction. lts story needs no writing tor it is engraved on the earth itselt. Modern canals, dams, highways, water sys- tems, bridges, and sky-scrapers picture civil engineering achievement as like- wise do the pyramids ot Egypt, the aquaducts ot Rome, and the centuries ot intervening construction. As long as construction work is required to further civilization, so long will there be a field ot endeavor tor these builders who will serve tor the most part, as they have in the past, unlcnown and unrecorded. The early engineers did not have the advantages ot an engineering education tor engineering colleges have been developed, with tew exceptions, in the last two generations, and, even now, the science ot how to build cannot be taught permanently since methods change rapidly as research increases lcnowledge. The Civil Engineer needs a thorough understanding ot fundamental data which he can use on each project rather than specialized intormation ot extremely limited application, theretore the Civil Engineering students at Tech are drilled thoroughly in basic subjects. E FRANKLIN C. SNOW l-lead ot Department - Z7 . FRANKLIN C. SNOW, C.E., Sc.D C.E., Ohio State University: Sc.D. University ot Georgia. Pi Kappa Alpha, Tau Beta Pi Civil Crew, Briaerean Society. 11 1 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ROY STEVENSON KING, M.E., M.Sc., Sc.D. M.E,, Ohio State University: M.Sc., University of Minnesota: Sc.D., University of Georgia. Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Tau Sigma. Mechanical Engineering was the first course to be established at the Georgia School of,Technology. This course was given several years before any other course or degree was offered. The purpose of the Mechanical Engineering cur- riculum is to teach the student the fundamentals of engineering so as to best fit him for entering the profession. No attempt is made at specialization, al- though a graduate year is offered for those who wish to specialize in some particular field. The opportunities for graduates are many. They may enter the field of management, manufacturing, transportation, power production, re- search, and many other fields of lilce nature. The "New Deal" specifically con- templates the removal of several million acres of land production in the South- this means that the industrial development of the South will be pushed, and the opportunities for graduates in Mechanical Engineering are therefore greatly in- creased. Out of the class of '34, 48 men of 56 are already placed in engineer- ing work, which is unusually good for a depression year. ROY S. KING I-lcad of Department E C rf 1 . I rf-A f 3 Q HV 'f' 4 A , .. f A ff, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 1 Funds tor the Electrical building were provided in l900, at which time the De- partment was tounded, although degrees in Electrical Engineering had been given in I898. The curriculum is planned to give one who pursues it an excellent toundation in chemistry, physics, mathematics, economics, English, and public spealcing, as well as the tundamentals ot radio, hydro-electric, steam power, and electrical engineering in general. Parallel with the theoretical worlc are caretully planned laboratory courses, beginning with the tirst year in Chemistry and continuing throughout the tour years in the various engineering branches studied. The laboratory worlc is so conducted as to enable the student to verity theory by pertorming tundamental experiments. The engineering subjects together with the others give an excellent mental training as well as a tirst-class ground work Tor the graduate, so that, even though he does not tollow electrical engineering, his college education is tound to be as good as any he could have taken tor general purposes. THOMAS W. FITZGERALD l-lead ot Department .29 . THOMAS WITT HTZGERALD, B.S., M.E., E.E., MS. BS., M.E., E.E., West Virginia Uni- versity: M.S., Emory University. Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Eta Kappa. CERAMIC ENGINEERING ARTHUR VAN HENRY, Cer.E., M.Sc., Ph.D. Cer.E., M.Sc., Ph.D., Ohio State University. Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma Alpha, Keramos, Delta Sigma Phi, Scabbard and Blade. . , sw Organized in I923, the Department ot Ceramic Engineering is the oldest in the South and one ot the relatively tew in American universities. The courses ot in- struction are designed to give a basic theoretical and practical knowledge ot the mineral and clay-working industries, with emphasis placed upon the development ot our native resources. Favored with advantages in raw materials, labor tuel, and climate the South has logically encouraged ceramic industrial growth. Many branches ot the in- dustry are represented in satistactory numbers, and these are turning to technical guidance tor better control ot cost and quality. Other ceramic industries such as those producing dinnerware, electrical porcelain, sanitary ware, and tire briclc are either not represented or are not in the numbers the market or industrial advantages iustity. In this direction the tuture is promising. Through its grad- uates, research, and tacilities the Department ot Ceramic Engineering is taking a leading part in southern clay-worlcing progress. ARTHUR VAN HENRY Head ot Department I i-if - if I 1x . i 1 ,.,.AS.. , ,1- .3O. TEXTILE ENGINEERING 4 The Textile Department gave the tirst instruction in textile education in the South in February, l899. ln December, I897, the Legislature made an appropriation tor the establishment ot the Textile Department, provided that the friends ot the school contribute a like amount. Largely through the gitts ot Mr. Aaron French, ot Pittsburgh, it was possible to raise these Funds. In commemoration ot his generosity, the Textile Department is known as the A. French Textile School. The course ot instruction leads to the degree ot Bachelor ot Science in Textile Engineering, and includes a sound toundation in engineering subjects, in addition to the purely textile branches. The worlc ot the tirst three years is unitorm, but during the senior year, the student may have the choice ot several options. Textile manutacturing has, during recent years, become the leading industry in the South, and otters unusual opportunities tor the technically trained man. Our graduates are tilling positions ot responsibility in the various mills and branches ot the textile industry throughout this state and section. CHARLES A. JONES Director, A. French Textile School . . CHARLES ALFRED JONES, B.S B.S., Georgia School ot Technology S za if in 255 5 25 fi 5 5 'x :E -1 1 1 1 1 4 1 x . A -25,f 3 1 J 1-ff in s H: f ' V f-F14 L vfffg? l S , Isp g . -, . A,.,,MMN,,.,MW-w..51.k' 5 S65 ' if S 1 ?'f'a - 5, . if - i f E m ' , .Q,. L. . , ,. F' . gk: Q 'Q' CE 1,-3 fl, , ' E I 1 1 ff , Q - . Y In f Q K ' 1 Q 2 i :Qgtfgi j E I :ws 13 j SF? H ,f f. -' WE? 7 P3 a.4ft5Lh'5 , 1 ,af 'F V "R,xL ' 3 Q59-J 331' ' Q , vi-1: Qi 954' f 3, f - ,. ,. , .Q ,. ag ,aff 1' 1 V A f ' X. wi W . xx it rf. 3 . I ff 1 ' Q Uygqgl-V-ly i, 'gf AQ f-EFL . .M 'Mg Q rs 7 ,LVV , , V ff, .1 A. .5 ,ff Y wwf'-21' M, 'U ' -W ' ' 4""4j" f ' af f' "ly, .' A 'WYWJV V . 'W bw f' . " A fr B' 'L2'Q 4 YQ? . W V7 fp 5' ,A ' A E f .1. ff' I ! f'n.,,? ,441 M vi M :fig www WW ,M 1 K5 i Senior Class It seems as only yesterday that the Graduating Class ot I935 entered Tech, and were buying chapel seats, paying rent on the radiators and contributing to a tund to erect a canopy over the sun dial. ln- deed it has been a pleasure to have been here tor the past tour years. There are times when the sledding has been hard it is true, but it the triendships we have acquired were our only accomplish- ments we could still look back on tour happy years. The span ot years from I93I till I935 have wrought many changes with the group ot Fresh- men that entered Tech from the Wgigm PAULK wilds ot their native Climes, rid- President ing street cars tor the novelty ot it and learning to cope with the complications ot the dial phones, believing we were the only thought ot the local girls as they so adequately described it, learning year by year the dis- count current in all the girlish prattle. From the beginning with an enrollment ot 600 the scythe ot the taculty, the sting ot the depression, and circumstances too innumerable to reiterate here, have cut the class to 340, who, in June, will marchwto the tune ot Onward Christian Soldiers, all capped and gowned, to receive the goal ot our endeavors, the sheep skin. lt is our hope that the class has etched on the escutcheon at Tech a record worthwhile tor our having been here: As you scan the pages ot this volume we know that the accomplishment compiled will speak tor itselt. We hope that as the pages ot this book have yellowed with time that we .36. Senior Class can look back upon a work that is well done-one that will reflect credit upon our Alma Mater. We are positive that its pages will constantly remind us of the happy moments that we have spent with each other laying the foundation for what is to come. To cope with adversity, at its best is a herculean task, however, we cannot help but feel that our contacts in college, in the social life, the class room, in the labs, the shops, on the athletic fields, and in every phase of college endeavor, have helped us to build up the proper foundation for coping with the most in- tangible of forces-the future. AL JOHNSCDN . Vice-President No resume of the activities of the class would be complete without a word to the faculty and administration. There have been times that all of us have been prone to be all but com- plimentary to these groups, but looking back we find they have been most lenient, human and understanding. We believe that under the same given conditions we ourselves would have been prone to act very unwisely in cases that they have handled without flaw or im- perfection, that at the time were very hard to cope with or understand. The Class of l935 maces no glaring or glamorous statements as to the future. We make no predictions for future presidents, or revolutionists of the Universe. l-lowever, we do believe sincerely that whenever, wherever one of the class may be seen in the future, regardless of the field of endeavor, we are positive we will find men that are giving IOOLV, to make our Alma Mater proud of our ever having entered its portals as meek Freshmen in I93l. When the sea fpf life gets roughest and the sailing seems impossible, memories of school days at Tech will make the calm. After all, the score is minor, the way the game is played counts, 'and we are sure that every man of the Class of l935 will always play a game of JERE PERKERSON . . . Segjrgfafyl Tfgagufgf I .37. f O GHIQVS 'RDBERT STE HENS ALBRIGHT Atlanta, a. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING fi -366520 le, Fla. ME l L ENGlNEERlNG gQ n A , N mhjk-1 tb K My ' i R' ...ill C . AE NA CAL 1. .RING Honor I 1 Yly- l'iI oss untry, . f fl ' f N N First row: Albright, Alt, Anderson. - - - Second row: Archer, X X Arrington, Arsuaga.- - -Third row: Aslcin, Atkinson, Baird. AB l-lA 1 ARK A ' 4 'O we ' en, Mi . X M '-N NGlNE Xl- ADDISON MURPH ASKIN X' N Albany, G . r l Ctillfiit l lx Yellow Jacket ciubehggreifeadejw 2, 3, 4, Head Mi EL get - GA , .ffX,'J l Ccjsmcjt? ugiigllfl . il ERNEST H WARD ATKlNSON A anta, Ga. iT WII fag X P. CHANAIC .A S E Ni yi--T K Eg fw aa a if P-,wff.gy,t , f . f' ' A r as-.rssii f-------- iii' ' 1 5 . + S f r at gl W ' . A. S. M.AE.Ii9acros VDiHg?Uwg ll'-:isfqll C! gag' f Cr-oss Coun QI, I, 2. LQ rgfgg- "E lmf arg, Tb, ,free if 7 . 1 wi .ln aff :wr - , we ' "Paulkey," President of the Senior Class, Pi Delta Epsilon Prexy, Analr, Interfraternity Council Treasurer, and activities galore have made Wright Paulk a busy man while at Tech, to say nothing of the time he has given to his fraternity, Pi Kappa Phi. A pleasing personality and ability of the first degree have made him a Senior favorite. .38. eniors FRANK HARRINGTO , J . , Ga. GENERAL SCIENCE ZBA E 5? OLLIS CLA Titton, ' on 4 I Ira EMICAL EN I Tau B ta " or Roll, 2, , ' i Sigma: Cross Countr S ROB T A I L A ant . t ENE AL ,I I CE! I 1111 1. Honor R II, 2, Foi .I- ' as' I C IQU, Mar' ettes, 5 si Q . M .f-- , 3, Pre n , 4: . Brittain Debating, u tary, Z4 I side t, "Y" Cabinet: Eenc ey' :VH fl ow a e CI . M K sl X Q Y ARL n AR ES I a. MEC ' ' INEERING E. f First row: Balcer, Ballard, Bandy. - - - Second row: Barnes, if Bates, BeaII.- - -Third row: Bell, Bennett, Bessemer. V ' JOSEP TIES i n-Sale , ROBER LEWIS BELL CAL EN 1 ING Sylv nia, Ga. A. I. ' ' LECTRICAL ENGINEERING ,C I 'fx., -1 - v.-a tr ROGER LAMAR BENNETT ' my Q X L li M Xenia, Ohio E AL SC EN I X I fi I ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING flfli ,FF Il--I'W.'uTl"'PII::nor Roll, g appa Eta Kap ag Fencin , lc. 5 I.-!...l.Ql L I E. I I C3 E-far I fCQflfYfN I My 'A I I 'EQ -1 'E QTL . . X L5 E BESSEMER ,N ixyf E E -, ,I CI , . XX af IE at If-,fam my J FCE: agen EIaE xi Fd if it Ng 5 I,-AIQIIQCROII, Ig Kap a ta ai a' Ba lean Soeiey .- , C' ' nan . L it ia, EN II IfILiwRI5'+I E II I L 531: Yi ij - I E 153: NA W J 69 WWE . E Cf . ECG CLI WSI 'I niiftmil QM J L, it I I Ya fi:-EYEVX t I? I' I Q 'M . ST' - - ---.--. INN . f' A -.. ...L " I O "BilIy," Sigma Alpha Epsilon, presents a very diversified Iist of activities. President of the Student Coun- cil, Lieutenant Commander of the Navy, Analr, and activity in practically every field of student lite, speak 'For themselves, and "BiIly" GIenn's ability. .39. I, O BHIOVS 2 RIEIRITVSII-I DOYLE ICKERS Chattano nn. MECHANICAL ENGINEE G E115 E Freebody Club: Oil Can Club: Manager ross Country, , ager Track, 4. ijda 5 I - 92? N-.I V 1 CI-IMS C NTON BIRCH RE 6 ens, Ga. .. -' L I. EERING Kappa Eta -.-ge 0-op I , Treasurem Lieu enant 4 R. or . C. I Y I - R ND BOX EN R. M Q is, enn sh: 'l-'. 2- IN ING X, I X C I - x.. I JCiSE E O x ADFIEL t ns t 'n I . lxll CHA AL X.. ERING I-lon rRoll, I, 'A. S. . ' ' au S' ma7 Captain I .II R. . . f X , First row: Biclcers, Birchrnore, Bowen. - - - Second row: Brad X XI field, Branclau, Brawner- - -Third row: Bray, Brewer, Brien X, IL 'I LMER S" B' X N Ivnf N-Yf X HARRISON W TER BRAY X, -A L ENGINEE I G Woodbur I Ga- Y 'e rs A-A-I C- GENERAL IENCE - I Football, I7 Boxing, I, 23 B a , I. IR AX A RE o' 7 "fx", I f nville, 5, THOMAS EDWARD BREWER MECHANI L EN - ERING Kingston,Ga. 3- F. O.: Lie tenant . O. T. C. G NERAL SCIENCE .IwL....,.,'I fix . 9X TUIII I Wy f Foo , I sket-ball, I. K ' f ad . A .C M05 . A - RV If fp I 1 'qfgfjfyim f I .EIA RF A ff . K sf Ax WRT r II was M 'e s, a. z ----.-1--- af NGI, 5 " 'r ,J . KY! 'Y appa Et . E? I Yi G! 75' ef 3 if '37 GFS 53' ' - A B I Aff BJ jj .I 4221 - , fvv ,JC - , A- A 9413 w W AY SIL , N5 4 0 ffw C Q tl? ' w 7 ' Q ' 'ITU 13 xt I I K - mf.. 5. Pi L O Mac Keiser has 'Found plenty of time for activities after a hard day of learning to become a Mechan- ical Engineer. As a member of the tennis team he is outstanding. His worlr on publications, Pi D. E., and his fraternity, Pi Kappa Phi, have made Mac a very popular student. .40. I fi l 4. i 0 HUBERT KIMBELLIEPOWN ro , la. GENERAL SCIENCE KIQAG Honor oll, , 3, 4: Presidenfs Gold "Tug Phi Kappa Phi: Pi elt Epsilon: Bulld , KET, 2, ,4, Associate ne Mana r ,4. '32 A Q' E X Eg GER GARTRElgy2 CEHTW N Dou L ss BU' . alce Wa f. . Honor R ll, 3 Q i ' ' a, Vee- siden .' Pi f ta e 3.1 ' , Circulation a .-', 7 LOW J K m '- l .K l l R, CH ICAi 'fy ERI G 3A ha h S 'll I K y'T,ii. f lr f J C IA fi E Bl a QE. C u EN INE i flC L R Ei' JAME ar -4 Buss ,J .X First row: Brown, H., Brown, R., Bullard- - -Second row: A ,y I Ga. L Burdette, Busbee, Cannon.. - - Third row: Capell, Carpenter, I.. R L SCIEN X Carson. flfli ' -i lr, l, 2, X X . ROBERTS ODE CAPELL 1- LEE N ,, ,RU Quin , Fla. Con ld I I C JEKFE GINEERING GEN AMS IE 'E B I PPVXXW' - Studen fi lg Pi elta psio' : eie ra C bg nter- il , ' fraternity -. B U PRI , I, 3, 4, ' - lllxl - LEWIS EMMETT CARPENTER, JR. , Off 34 E fi'-'fgElE' Vj1I KET 3 fAf A Sf- ,X " ciae - , g , , , ssoiae ff ll'-l--f-V-,ll Woodstock' Ga Editor, 45 entlemen ot the Press: Lacr sse, I: Rifle If I NERAL sciEN E I ' B Ll Bas b , 3, 4. ' X Q '5 ll a-1 Aj ff' Nix X X ' I, ' I .way QQ - I, - - Q - - 5 ' X Rx 7 E .fm KN f 4 E F l ,wxvf -I H RVELQQRQP A ... X J lt Atl ntawfiv ' N X15 -""1" CV . CIV L NGl - R EQ ' ' few' . . , il F FW , . . Y 1 or Li 533 . A I J jwfWgf,5Pfw ,mais fifS: Dmw i f" li A , .CLA " i 0 Chris Irby, Sigma Chi, Senior Football Manager, and countless other activities, has given more than his share of time to Georgia Tech. Accomplishment with a pleasant personality is hard to beat. lnQl111i1QH1iQ HHHQ-ii l .4I. GYIIQVS SVIIOVS GORD RIVES CATTS, JR. Fort Sam ous 0 , ex. MECHANICAL ENGINEERI G E N Honor Roll, l, 2, 3, 4: Tau Beta Pi: Ph' Ka pa Phi: Phi Eta 4 ' . ' - ' ma, Vice-Presid nt 4: Analc: O. D. K.: ' elta Ep ecretary, : Fre Body Club, Vice-Pr ggg '- 2 an Club, Preside t, 4: Bulldog Club, .Q .: BLUE PRIN , 2, Ass ciate Editor, 3: Y OV KET, I, 2, sociate ditor, 3,41 3 I,2,3,4,Ca in,4. x , r I u so ' TIS A ' EES 'ri -A IN E IN6 l X e K A W?- 5 7- '. o Ld. XMECHAN N R G I . , 4. x hy X' X l N.. HEIiB -rf' FT 1 APMA N e ' n y G RA E slcet-lo - 4 I First row: Catts, Chambers, Chambless.- . -Second row Chapman, H., Chapman, W., Clare.- - -Third row! COl'JlD ILLIA IMPSO Xi " AN Cohen, Collins. . t nooga, rr I I NU E L SClE C KID if Bablc t- l anager, . WILLIAM , COBB l Daytona B ach, Fla N CHEMICAL G AINlU r IO s AR r .r!'X-r Sa J se, C a rc , G' - ' - SAMUEL Tuu. COHEN Civi Crew: smopolit Club, ewrnan Cl u encing, Atlanta Ga KI-I I f-5-X 'ack TEX E ENGINEER! 6 NI Il 'N "N-'xxx X Honor Ro 3 4 Phi enant R O T 3 K 3' fa! E 1 f ,L E of E ia as E ,,....--r E lff 5 fm-:IIIlH,T5E in rrr ' NQKYVQTT C C ' f TTL! if rl, if 1 I KVM? Flair mid fxff fggi1f'r,.a',.Y A WW . 4 3,3-o:.., ' HV?-923 eff Ta, T YdL ra NR 41963 I' l ..--4 ,...-fr C Q Holme is a true southern gentleman, and a member of Kappa Alpha fraternity. His activities include many hours on the publications, a member of Bulldog, Skull and Key, Scabbard and Blade. Holme Smith Simpson is an ardent worker, admired by his fellow classmen. .42. JOHN GRAY CQMTATE N an Ga. ECTRICAL ENGINEERING I-Ionor II, I, 27 Kappa Eta Kappa: Pi DeIta EpsiIon: Phi Eta ig ai TECHNIQUE, I, 2, 3, 4, Social Editor, 41 YELL W JACKET, 47 Yello a ' , I. E. E.: Non-F erni.y Organizati , c osse, I. 33 V, f DOUGLAS li- A , MECH ENG: '- N , .. 3' I D via ER Y JNAIL JR T er, x. AR . I' 4 A o Archite A 'fi 3- nv' I I I f s! 1 JOI-I C RT ' fl' I -I ' G . My CE , Honor Ro 43 Li f ' O. T. :LaCross I. First row: Comrnins, Cone, ConnaIIy. - - - Second row: Cook, I XX J., Cook, Q., Corbin.. - -Third row: Cotten, CouIbourn, I Covucci. o I AN oat- p f I f iIan, f op ERAL r CL DE DAVE PORT COTTEN, JR. Birming am, Ala. I M ANICAL ENGINEERING I ARL ER C RBI Vrfxau I ' ,,, h KK WILLIAM CLARENCE COULBURN ' CI AQNE' E R' I I - 'E s E lk, v . A . f"'T II,-I..NT-Ir A NAUTTICZL ENZI EERING Kappa ' Kappa: Cabin? C and BI ei Ca Tam B H EAEN A A T-T 'X F., onor o , I . . px To 'I TT L pf? XE .X ,. . , II Vt ai' A CC ,CN Q , RLES C RMEN CovuCCi 5 W - J A Q F 'K' Tr ew orIc,NfT-Y.p3TlK Q 'W T I j I CH ICA E GRIN ING 5' 'A N a Ch' ' 'ef 5 - Q r I Tip. R R . Liga A 1. Ch. E., ,mwmgitn Q ld f, . A Im I ,vfigxxg NA V ' J . A . 'I .Wai fy JTNA Tfmfwoxk 6 - QLTTT A Af- -mf Jima QI TED tffqiftfba A of-ofa kr . D f ggi, E53 T ENY f" A TLC T QQ... T I 9 "Bucket-Head," a member of Phi Delta Theta, Inter-Collegiate Golf Champion, Anak, O. D. K., Phi Kappa Phi, Business Manager YELLOW JACKET, coupled with scores of other honors, a most pleasing per- sonality and an aptitude for accomplishment makes Charlie Yates a truly outstanding student. -43. GHIOVS eniors RED LE COWARD, JR. Winter P , . ClVlL ENGHNIEERING ZX . D. K., Pi Delta Epsilon: Cayii Crew, BL E P INT, l QTECHNI , , ssistant Business M ager, , Business a r, 47 e Manager, , 2, 4, f- ior , 4. ' ' EQ? .5- i 7 J . BRUCE 4 K ' -1.. CRAIG, JR. ' Ai I I Oi ICALf E NG Tau Beta i, of- l- . T a , J, 2, 3. v K l Ei AM S R ET, R. X, tla , J . ARC - .- rc itec l2SoCie X . O. T. C. R. .Y X x.. CA 0Lll, N HAM, R. N ' nta . TT TIL NG J L' x. hi sig B a ' First row: Coward, Craig, Croft.. - -Second row: Cunning- ham, Damianos, Darden.. . . Third row: Dasher, Davenport, ICH DAMI' v DMS' ass 5.'. Isl xx ' ME HA A' ' SME N BENJAMIN JOSEPH DASHER Macon, Ga l ELECTRICAL ENGI EERING l Honor Roll, I, 2, 3, 4, 51 Presi ' d "Tu: Scob- K , bard and Blade: Phi Eta 4 ag i erean Society, Wl lAM LL X DEN President, 55 Phi Kappa Phi: Student Council, 4, 53 Nahv f K Lieutenant R. O. T. C.: "Y" Singers, 4, 5. 'VAW viL EN JNEE 'Ii E i ' Civil ew: M. L. Brittai Debat g Sotliet aclcy JAMES THOMAS DAVENPORT W i I Cross C untry. At ntal Ga. ""'l ,X is 'vbyix CTRICAL l I G Tm K 5' f---x . S' E 'HID I r-N3 k a ppa, Skull and Key: ulldog: Clu , l F "' Y V ,jx , -. XX! gr ,3,4:TraClc,l, " . if-A - Vic F :Y F X7 V ggzsg V 'X , WN rn.. N AV ,JR. . J, .1-t-v la , a. 5 'f V- RA ENC ' J w 0 A. J 5-HX, FC. er . t Football, I, A 3, 4. gf' 6213, C55 N - i Aff I-'gffuli - 42 I .ff W A. QL , s3 ' 3? in -4 Ri:'R . 0 "Shorty," is a Sigma Nu, Analr, O. D. K., Student Council, Inter-Fraternity Council Vice-President, and four years of starring on both the gridiron and diamond' goes to show that this mighty atom has let no ' grass grow under his feet while at Tech. "Tad" and Florida seem to be the big interest now for Clarence Ro erts. - .44. Efll i o r'f5 RAPI-IAEL PIERRE AWSON, JR. a ta, Ga. GENERAL SCIENCE KE O. D. K.: Honor Council: St dent Council: Scabbar and B d : Pi Delta Epsil President, 4: CI-I IOUE, I, , , Assoc ditor, 3, 4: YE LOW ACKET, , , Iat Editor, 37 Lieu- te ant Na I R. O. T. C., 9 Manager, I, 2: gil ANTO .5 MAR -a C t 'ai AE NH UO ELGI ex I-Io r Roll, I, , 3, p 'ag o 11. go. ": Tau Beta Pi: D. K.: P i Eta Si : I1 i: Pi Delta Epsilon: ee Bo y CI Io:I 0 I Q' KET, I, 2, 3, 4 Art Editor, 3, 4: Ne an Il . . A.: os p - an ub: a ross , I io P! ii T R fr' 'DOWS 'D ' 3 N I RC f- f f i TQ N' Intertrater ity Coun ': rcIIi 4 ociet hare e Club: BLUE P I T, I, 2 il r Editor, , 4. I I JA E 2 K AM D T . L, if g n, Tex. I I A AE' LENGI .I I First row: Dawson, deAImar, Deas. - - - Second row: Dent, f QQE A N Dixon, Dolive. - - .Third row: Dougherty, Drum, Drummond. Tau Bda Pi: . r .D I 2: N' I 'I F C Body Cub: X T clc, 2, ' I I JAMES S ITI-I DOUGI-IERTY 1 I f A Iantaf Ga- LIAN T I S XON GENE AL SCIENCE Bum, 1 , I n 9U ELECTRI I E RIN Scientia Club: ' I, 2, 3, 4: Marionettes: De- X hating, 3: Lieute ant R. . T. C.: Swimming, I, 2, 3, 'rfxm . 4, Manager, 3, Senior Manager, 4. I 'S ,X ti WIL , LOU S 'I E K III Ianta, G . VI E CI ENGI EERING ffx , 'va--M ' o JACOB DR M, JR. IPEK 5 .I tome , Ala. fff MECI-I ICAL ENGI RI G ffxx 3 I qu HVMR j ,Af XX N HWELV' A f,1 Bef --I X I2 III X of if TP rw H -1 i h 1 X 'F JTO-IA ESLTNi MMD PD f in i -" -1" Cf omg . 'C i .. .fiLF ICA . 53 WZQSDIIXQ-IQ! X E W IIFIZQE f' FR .1 .X V5.1 Q g I2 A fgigf jig of NFB NNI 'gb Kb - -EL A ,D P . -Xxx -ABQ Q7 ff , 'V I A-----f Qmgfw- 'IRE ' D Y in - U--e .une f N- -M I O Dillon Kallrhurst is Editor-in-Chief of the TECHNIQUE, a member of Anak, Student Council, Pi Delta Epsilon, and many other honors. Delta Tau Delta certainly deserves to be proud of "Speak" H1iu1.1i'Qii'1iiQ 'H 1 1- . . 45 - ' 6 I1 I fcHWFEbELLis DUN AN Vero ARCHITECTURE Architectural Society: Band: Trac f ' fa 62 Hu N ORNE EAS A . ki-h ries, I.a. Civ' Crew' Captai T. . 'tie Tearn, I, 2, 3, t I-IA E U ED NFI LD ti a . RO ATIC R f U Beac . OV5 ye EERING GIFI, . S JR , - f i". e. I i ELEXTR ' T " " I-Io V Iv o s Point, s P . I F 17 l i ' Ga I XV BN i ILIK tv n- r, I-IEIII 1 ENG C N ' T l t Ita E i ba P Sl f fa , " I ' I-I N ' F HEMICAI. E IGINEE NG u ia .E CARI. A ' First row: Duncan, East, Edenfield- . .Second row: Ed- wards, Eiey, Ifndort. - . - Third row: Erdin, Ervin, Ferguson. INE I I-Ionor Roll, Ig ' I . - g 3 Alph - ' ma, Presi- en, , - l, ,, ,, ,d an TECH, ROBERT ALEXAND ERDIN NIQU I, . 37 In e r Counciiy ' Ch. E., Patterson, N J, A AERONAUTICAL EN iNEERlN CIQKT fi Yellow Jacket C 1 N. A. All . I' C b IRIZ b "i AUGUSTUS LAW ERVIN, JR. amp 6 Flo ence, S. C. ,TT-I NI RONAU AL ENGINEE G f I Pi f E - ' , skull Gini Ke liao . I ff: I if ' ', 33 Zfz dr 1 Pf iz. i x? C rim fy, 'M-7 'D for a E r- SON LL if gr KTI 0 QENERAP i'ES q5 F-sf CJ X? or A s ..-.-.M tr' lp erm. is A 1 , A mx ., ,.- life AIP! Tis rw ff me :sl A Pt l if fa ,QL A- , vi - f4IZZ,Pl.4 aff 3,1 F I pi-TTf7lf1i-Ttrgtstjc i Tiki I l DDD D ' D 'x 0 Mr. "Dog" Dawson, O. D. K., Student Council, and President ot the Scientia Club, combined with other honors makes Pierre Dawson well in the Irnow ot things at Tech. However, without his cheery disposition and his pleasing personality, we wouId have missed Iots from his association. His fraternity is Kappa Sigma. .46. 5X QHIOYS DAN UDSON F GERALD r m , N. C. LECTRICAL ENGINEERING fv 'gx ILLIAM FRA YD I Atlanta, 1 ' CHEMICAL EN I ' F A. l. h. E.: Scabbard an Zhu' li nd: Captain R. . T. C. Y I A I J i ' X K A A , K I M f l f - JOH M U C -ri tts, o. 1,1 IST r l First row: Fitzgerald, Floyd, Folger- - -Second row: Fouts, fII '- I Fox, N., Fox, V. - - - Third row: Fraga, Gardener, Gates. X f 'Ill' 'u X NTONIO AYETANo FRAGA Ql lifhgilge T:I2x naE'Ng:IESERlNG Civil Cre 5 F il and M a icwlwettes' enci g. Ka ta Kapp 7 Cosmopolitan Club. I fx i y WILLI MAIZLSIIENEGGARDENER ' F5 9 - '- Ml E 6' 5' - Q FLYN 1 ffx G NERASCIENCE ELEcr fCLnet' irsigiaizine ,rf B jnrririfi C, X fn, igbyi .Q ylfof v 'ff-'Jig Y? NWA.. g ir . KW Qi . s Q IT LV NWC 7 Nfl ef' H IQWQTP 14532K 'D f if 'af Wm I salma .M - S3 In www KIICIIDSA I F Fwef IF' Lift? V vm? 1325 ffxii 'Ha' Jai -fi N434 r 'QFD ' WD I I3'A"DfEiBA I Ifvg? . is ",. .F5.IF1FrTiw5i.'ll ' Y f Marion Moody is a Phi Sigma Kappa. His activities and his interest in school life has brought him many friends all over the campus. His O. D. K. and Tau Beta Pi lceys are a result of hard work, leader- ship, and ability. ' -47- 3 eniors gw7TFERsEI2ASMLIS AY Fork Gain GENERAL SCIENCE KE cientia Club: TECHNIQUE, I, 2: Basebal Ma agar, , , e ' r Manager, 4. . PA gif-229 SVN GEGAIJEE IN. J. G Q I3 'I I' I Y- , ' l-I: MA ,J . 1251? IL ' RI .J X 'I 'B X V K-1 i ' .9 . y JA ,, I, 2, 3. A K I 1 CII, 'x - 5 Sigma: TECH- N W ' EDW RD I "' 'T At . 1, EL RICAL l- w ' G Ka pa Et Ka ag KX . 1 WFYI VI I First row: Gay, Gegaufl, Gzigerman- - - Second row: Gil- lespie, Gillies, Gilreath, . . . Third row: Glass, D., Glass, J,, Glenn. WI IAII "'3 GI 5 ' I n II, EIS. DUDLEY GLAS, JR. MECH ni - G-lNEEilN Atlanta, G . Il ' 6 9 MECHANICAL ENG NEERING I HKIIP Pi Tau Sigma: KBapZa Kap aw I-INIOUE, Ig an 5 . . . . f' JAMES WILLIAM GLASS IYAW A LEIL Sylvania, Ga. ' ,u-T!! 2' 'IIC' 'X ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ECHANICAL ENC-SI RING W it A. S M. E. ILLIAM ARPER GLEN , . - At a, Ga I KX ,xi 4 Ap 'Q G ERQL SIEIEN E I ff A 9 ' ' W IIQMPL' I F' " I E T E 2 I IIISI 'L I4- D Ic dt 1 ' S I is QT 'J f I I7? fa-5' QIE GP' - 1'fLa'? SI Ii S' " 'siiehg 1 I A lf N " :- -.QV!l 'i ?,IVic Pre I tof F m n Tl A V' N 4, 4 si Presid 4 ge- o e S ,H ice-Preside I "-'L---'-"" unior Classy I a '- 4, 2, c tar, 3, 'I 'f 1eS' nt, 41 onor Co ee, , egg ity If - i 2 M-' ' Lieutenuan mm e FEI R T.! gf :il t C.. Basket- I, I, 2, 3, 4, piain, 4. e,-UITTST I' 63333 g N - -. I' " L' Clubqlfxthletic Board. Tix .1 5 A . ' ' I 'Vf f'J av" S Sf' Fw 4 ' 4'-0 I JH 1 Qi --E-S135 xi, I A . -B hu- i i W ii F? I L... -.,. "S f "Tony" comes io us from the Alpha Tau Omega's. His activikies are ouistanding, and Thornion Deas, If he had only the Ari work of ihis volume io his credit, could be justly proud of a work well done. , .48- .1 , . A I I-X 6I'II0l'.5 ERNANDEZ GODIIZA Havana, Cu'Ba ELEC ENGINEERING A. I E. .1 Co opolitan Club, Vice-President, 4: BL E PRINT, 4: Track, 3. Iv JACOB MIL U Richrno S fc: ECHANICAL We ex 4 I M T E e.' :I A gu , . V ME AN CAL I' I R . Q I ' J GREER5 I 7 - B ' X' 'f fm u W K r CP s! Architecturl Soni : Cha ' ub: LO JACKET, I, 2: BLU RI T, 0? all M ager, I. First row: Goclinez, Goff, Gra::ey.- - -Second row: Greer, BERT .W SL Gy TE Cruters, Hall- - .Third row: Hanner, Hansen, Hardin. ' grx1GHll ' I46 Kappa Eta lu ! Delt Elpsil 1 Y L OW JACKET, 2, , ,' r lation n er, A. . . E.: Newrna I ff ross Co I , 2- rac , 2 KENNETH UFFORD HANNER f A anta, Ga, ELECTRIC L ENGINEERING Kappa Et pa: Ka pa Kappa Psi, President, 43 y cl?-L , 4, Captain, :I T ' f , G . - -sq N E 4 yi rfvx-ri s X T iz WALTER TRUE HANSEN nor Roll, I. ' ' L- Sigma S ' A ' ll os. rl-fx ll F St. Peteysburgl Fla' In'te ternrlt Council. 'Tr-'T T M HANICAL ENGI EERING Qx X I J rf N Lf- AW -'I QQ 1 K '7 ff Y y QW' vi -v - ERT I-IARDIN ,N 7 ,, f jp warm 1 E' TTI' mi fa Rf i T F M, I i XL. " X - . lb Nw Cvgfqxf- x 6' TTA T, u M as If W1 . - f. ra M www KT iff? ,ml ju D fx Q tr s IQ f' 1 QQ q Q53 ff- LP - 3 1 FSH Ee .EWS - I ' 0 John Gray Commins is President of the Non-Fraternity organization. 'In other yvords, you political fra- 'cernity men beware. Gray has piled up a bunch of honors for himself in publications, Kappa Eta Kappa, and Pi Delta Epsilon. lZlT1111'1lHHl'iiH1ii1j1i .49, f'T C-3I1lOI'.S JFMTNNLQHNSON ARRISON Atlanta GENERAL SCIENCE YI? E K Rifle Team, l, 2, 3, 43 Lieutenant R. O. QC. 'CG-3 A wx' 7 FRED - ff Ile, N. Y. ME 1-D EERING R 1 i ' . l 1 l J L AR' ELL N C V ' D We a , ss. Ho -fr' Jun i ' O. X .1 to R A y GEORGE N H PERLEY i l lan v- i GEN L . . as 1 f First row: Harrison, Hartwig, Harvell.. . .Segandrrjxg Hemperley, Hendricks, Hill.- - -Third row: Hines, Hinton, Hoa . XVMELI ANH R-.. 8 i ald, Ga y XG zlic "iE5luCgE- BEDFORD FORREST HINES, J . X lx Kirkwood, O. XX l CHEMIQAZZN NEERlNG VA i 'X l Alpha C . sigma. Z- I nrfxww l GE tiaffg IL HOWARD MAYFIELD HINTON GENER scis E tl t G l-l I7 f 'eivi iiiieiiineeieiine IRTWINI' 'Ri Afaqd Q A-Ai RA ' ' ' R Q r-XX we 97 f THVOMAS RIBS HOAG El l 1 lr ' if if ' fd NL ac I nville, Fla. - l il' M WN' W N - mi f I-X'-.-" 5 Nhffv X iiigmcsiriisnn y 3 if c0FzE.Qg?a. 5 L, V j'Qg3"f 3 Xl T 2 J Cl 1555? . Wwe fffie . 55 QR,,,fYf fi T,frQaasfm O' Mig C522 if Q OEET . -- XP? r i -- -A ix . Jay Cannon, a mensoer of Beta Theta Pi and Editor-in-Chief of the BLUE PRINT-who hopes that he has portrayed the activities of your college days at Georgia Tech in a fashion that will give you many pleasant memories. f.!H!.-!..'.'1.D'i'llll1i'l .50- I ' T ef I1 I O I' S X JOHN UDSON HQ-ECUMB, . 'iharn Ala. HEMICAL ENGINEERING B 9 Il nnis . fa? HARLES TH Qi g DER Trento s . L ENG E V lx or RoII ' i' 'I '- ' ' . . Captain . . - sse, . DRIC NCRU 0 LO AY MIL -1 -I GJ C fm Te , I, 2 iff IQ if CIVI I sb... ' I Ho ,3,CviI i,4,AsC, ' C T L . a I A tla , a l E A NE RI G Col el O. . , Lv P , , , et I Mappa ', at my ' Delta 'Q 7 S ab and Blade: Phi ig iilz' . N a I e Cup: Alpha C I ' -I a u ,, . 5 ef' r s President's jill," at ng W at oun ciI,Sn Man r tb IH 'PW 2 i I I BUR I 5 4 ' LM , J vil 'I' , ff I TA ' HO - O V ld . Q4 C E I G 1 O , I. I HA " Y , . .-e Ia. EC ' AL E I G o , I,2, Pre n o " , i Phi, a - ,S t y, . , Pr , 4: Ph' Et Sigm Ba d, i, 2 3, 4. 51 "CII -:' O ! ' . KE D 0 N R. en. -- ' SCIEN First row: Holcomb, Holder, Holloway.. - -Second row: Holman, Horn, Hoyt.- - -Third row: Hubbard, Hurn, In- gram. MILLARD ARMER HUBBARD I- TEIIIEAFS EI.ECTRlIlC wLnaEnNG?IjEERING on Honor Rol, pa Eta Kappa: A. I. E. E. yvrfxwl V Q N N H YT J ' WILLIAM JAMES HUR , JR. E I Russellville, Ala. I -nor RO b .1 Sid 5 ' 'appa . I rffx ,Iwi-Q'-'HI' GENEPIQEKSVEIENCE ' eta Pi e re ar Pi Tau Si ma ident ,ali-I-'U and , 4. I G n X 'XSL-gall' I NGRAM , QQ P f E H K 'E a fy-Eff-fN'N N P metto, I N ' 'F t ' i l GE RA? N ,- X455 'M' I r , 1 V' , in xV binetg M rioneXttgACl?E Y-q ul NN Q5 IVR' 'M J L My af 'yi 3 any , U ,A VDD if FI-as sf:g:'I5S'sl . ki: mf -1 QM-ff,I,air f 'M N- I ' Phi Kappa Tau gives us Bob Eley. His many school activities Iinked with a pleasant smile, a cheery greeting, and the asset of being a good mixer makes Bob a very popular member of the Senior Class. l1lil1H1'1'lii'11i ilniii- -5l- eniors Tfviwmiz INGRAM Paimettraffffaf. GENERAL SCIENCE .XT A a Pi Delta Epsilon, Debating: TECHNIQUE, 2, 5 YEL- LOW J , , inet: Marionett s, , 3, 45 f Trac , . I ,f-. 99 ,. ,an 1 CI-IRI IQQPEGUES IRB , II I Ia ra, G . CE E X, O. D. K., ent, g nor ROII, I7 Phi Sigmag Bull a d y: TECI-INI UE, Ig Interfrai I. if Itbal M ager, I, 3, 4, '- r age, 4. I I' I ET I Istan ,' L2 X ITEXTI IN I N r Y f JA! ES Nui ! 6' A flt GENE L 5 r YP I I i f Kapp KaIa Psiq 5. Q Singers. I First row: Ingram, Irby, Ismet.. - -Second row: Jackson Jacobs, Jadronia- - -Third row: Jernigan, Johnson, A. Johnson, E. '7 Q' PIERCE 'E X 1- us, Ga. " " ' WEEK-'N JOE KENNONJ NIGAN X I I Troy, AI . . COX CIUIIJI I- - I R- O- ELECTRICAL EN INEERIN , fbi 'X ii Kappa Eta Kappa: Band, I, ,A. I. E. E. I I irfx-:T p GE G I HN NI ARCHIE cooi4 JOHNSON, JR. I LECTRICEJXL E116 NG Atlanta' Ga' IL 1'I K . I. E. E.' ewma Club GENEIEQEZSEIENCE 'Vjf-I'-I' TR . k onor RQII, I, 1 Phi Et ' ' S abbard and Biagji K f X 5.spr.vKR.o. .c. I f 'if' -Q ff . -e - E 9 s We P ELMER vicro I In , - - T f Red Win inn. I 7 P 4 E? ff- 9' ICP ffxu ,-J QZQEWMESCI NC -.-J, In ' - '11-"vo X 3 ice? siden filfiiinio CI g YQEJDHJ ciiei I ub, 2, 3, fygfgicsgt, ' E. ittai e tin 6-"" sf ' I 3: Y. . C? . ' 4 , g - '- Mig 'ty Executive Corn ' eceiy fzp't?sinI JK-JT GJ 'J - H7 X . .5 as et-bali, I7 Ir, Ig Cros ,FUN , 3,1 1514 ., C A ggf was 7 5-gs , 2521- aww Ib, .Fw of 'E -an 'Uri I ff X' QL K Q7 FY - - ,fc pkg CW 371 1 Q fd -gr:-1353131 4191.3 Inna' J T' To O Charlie Sumner is the Business Manager of fhis book, and, needless to say, his extended trip to Europe this summer will be the envy of many a siudeni. Delia Tau Delta claims "FooIie" and is proud of his activifies. , .52. las eniors JOH PALMER N ien, Ga. CTRICAL NGINEERINC-3 Ho r oll, , 57 Briaerean Society, Treasurer, 53 C v CI , Secretary, 57 Lieutenant R. O. Z? OLAF TILSO J Laurel is Fir' TEXTILE EN EAI H K I I T. C. Lieutena ' S0 C. N F N A " yi. Brist nn. V ME HA CA u N ER C-3 Honor Roll lg oss oun , 4, 'stern g i- 4 Tra , , 5.l ,J N 3 I LO y, D A f' n G J E NSI f NJ X .. EDG D D ALK lJRST - is Ga. First row: Johnson, J., Johnson, O., Jones, F.. . .Second E EVSCIEN row: Jones, L., Kallchurst, Keen. - - .Third row: Keiser, Kel- H A LA Iey! Kelly. Smal! PI Djlt 'r I n Uige-Pres' nl, 47 cientia, ice- resI ent, g ' 0 , I, I AH A ' I 't I 3, Editor-im l, g ELLO I' ET, ,Cf , ,IAT- sociate Edi , 3,4' BLUE " I , 2, , 4 A55 date Editor, 3, I t e t Coun ' I 4' lht rfrat nity orgn. MALCOLM GORDON KElSER eil, 3, 4: U. fl of Dire - t l tic: A ciati nf 43 Atl ntal Ga. Yellow J C ' Club, 23 - a lub, 4- entlg. win L ENGINEERING msn Ol l SI 'lf ' " 'IP W 'DltE'l7P'T S' :F BdClbgO'l I , 'XM f zcIiE,pii.Ons. IiA.al5., i3Qidenife4,OrEcHNIouE, 'X I, 2, 3, 4: Tennis, I, 2, 3, 4. I ELL E N it 'r Clou Fla. ff l"""""' A ELECT ICAL E C-HNEERING K B l HER ELL W IQELLE C , Ll-44 Perry, Fla. fjffv N ,N 1,5 ll 2:1 MECH NICALEN NEER G J X ll J i J KN FQ 57' it Ci F' A I Qi E - E 'C 'I lll gl ffl iLlA?55pKmgf- Of Ji , 1, ' -1 5 ERA , . ix xvm -X i X gi WX z T-x viii: xA l X " fi Q... Defi qw vm? , 5 Ab L2 Q ,Jr Jim f goo N Irrsiffi - E 4,-.J-' D r D ,D fx hm A X, X I I J any --3-E Q53 fre-S3 471 y T f,. O "Poggie Joe," Inter-Fraternity Council, Phi Eta Sigma, Scientia, Bulldog, 'Faithful worker in the cause of Kappa Sigma, with his wit, pleasing personality, and aptitude to be a real fellow at all times has made Joseph Hall a stand out. , M- E-A I .53. I-Ionor Roll, I, WI ' Eta Sigma: O. . K.: Pi ll 2 3 t Society, 2, , 4, it retar , Vce- resident, 4: ' - eniors if 'fvr7nwLN MOSES :Leo Fort Vall . ELECTRICAL ENGINEER "Y" Cabinet: Lieutenant R. O. T. . WILL! KPATRI K, JR. y 91 A '-' A ur, Ga. wt' E L SCIENCE re , Ita Epsilon: 'i , , , 4, Ass ciae clitor, 3, M itor g L. Brittain Deb ting I 3 1 . vi, I I' ING LE KO EL ECHA W A.. NE cs K-J lo Ja -' gluing - a y rganization: A. S. E Ca i C out 2 3 4 sg g ' ff I Cl' VA N CII ' 1- I Wa 'ng .N ME HAN L .It RING A. S M. E..31 C tain ON Basket-ball, I, 21 7 1 X Track ' First row: Kilgo, Kirlrpatriclc, Kodel.- - - Second row: Korf X , hx Lamar, Latta.- - - Third row: Lawrence, Lee, LeRoux. X BND CIUS L " N X i ville, af LEWIS FRANK LA' RENCE, J X. EL RI ' NGINEERI t. Atlanta, an Kap a Eta Kappa . . ' : Kappa '.-Q. Pgig New- CERAMIC EN NEERING I n C and. ,PK I-X Foil and Maslcg YELLOW , I3 Rifle Team, 3, Fencing Team, 3. Z- I. arfxww , R ER LBER L A , . fl MECHATNIPI EIYVIEEOI EERING I ELEcrRLltlliinEaNcTriE ING iaTTI:lTINIi Tri? V M i i- - I-, ff "" . 1 if .4 ,L i NIKE P f' GRANT MEA LQROU g If N GOAT It ill 5 "' ' .1-1-sl--,, , ,X . N---E ,Y I L, My 6 42.523 ay 7543 " 1 A if am Aff L - f.f'A,, 1 Qm,VsrfNAQv? N ei, f Eiga-an E-- farlfm QQ E 7 - 5 T-1 IU I " lla ML- :F -.FA X93 0 Charlie Hoyt 'From Jacksonville finds his course very interesting and has made a big success in it... His scholastic honors, all the way from tour years of Honor Roll to Phi Kappa Phi, his work with the band, and many other honors put him high in the list of outstanding students. .54. QHICICS CHAR ES THEO RE LEVI uma, Ga. ECHANICAL ENGINEERING Z? RANK ELW -I OM Birming , 5- CiviL EN sim X i 4 iviI Crew: A. S. C. , ' nt R. O. T. C. C RLS I ES so , . E ECTR CAL 'I INEFR G I-Ion oll, , ,3 4, 7. au if ,Kap a Kap ag riaer - -i - V . - ' f f-4. 57 a g 0 . C. ,X N I I A I ' N! X COR LI - Sky' LIST gl Te . ' I RIN ci ff , C Op rrib. First row: Levie, Lindstrom, Lines- - -Second row: List, X Lister, LittIe.- - -Third row: Lobman, Lon , Love. 8 MARIO IISTE adsden a NAT AN LOBMAN ICAL e in IN Leggiic CITLiIgIIN,ELIR.ING ,I X fN EH ' A. . E. E.: Swimming, 3. T ' G- I-I TI-E IPA" I '73-ir HENRY SPROTT LONG A t CM Ji-Fx iSEET1fEC,?'iE Arc - ral Socie 1 CSI: 4.tte Club: BLUE RINT, N BW, -I---4 ECHNJQU-E"TX, j ff' fn' HZTINX Milf-?rs'i"' i ff- - - if 2 if GE I 9' A 'F V 4 -..-K Cr Eire rn ALNEl rQ2P R mi dm ii f P' 1573 X JJ nb- J FN W 'wifi 5 N 2-RRR 'fm A" v Q-H5331 YA 2 ,iq n ri- , 3 f Igtgj? A Hare -..5Ejf-T I I M- --W i . "Fred," O. D. K., CoIoneI R. O. T. C., Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Beta Theta Pi Presidenf, Senior Football Manager, and honors here and there round out a well-baIanced group of activifies. Fredric Holloway, has iurned in an exceIIent accouni of his having been here four years. -55- enio D LONZA L ER 'f At rita, Ga. VS CHEMICAL E ALLO Cuba E i?I??L' GINEiERING K y HoLilnZrnEOiiiiaisllc?l , fi au Biia4iiliAi?aIF?pi?, Ei Ka rg? fi t .. . E. ,S gr P ' i , 1, i i i M L RT A ER Aus L I s CE MER y I X LN . I JAM DY M N 'ff ou - H is, 9 CHN MICA i.A - G ay X xii i K irs YOWI OWEI' 5 O, anef. - - Q ECON TOWZ ann Z ip ijliaikillie, MI-artin,, JM-H. .Third row: Eliartinta R., Miminey: qu , R i , Ma er. X EC A . GINEE i. X, X- RENEJOSEPH ARTIN ii MECHAQit5LnLtaEN lINiEERIN 'xx XO W I , X- ,JR -A Wfxj- ., 1 ME if HQNGL RL THOMA3 HE-LHRYGMALMEY Rina T am' 2: A S' M' 'I Tack' Y CHEMICOSEVLNZINZQERING ii-i,,..,...ii 'W-.X K seabb Ei and sim K 'Ny L ,Lv E503 Ku ,ye fwm if I L a as f' LRVING SAMUEL MAYER A 2 1 P K i wx. xf 4132591 A,s.c. 'Wd-1 is ,- Alfa I 'X LEC? A5615 ER it J L lr 1 'Gi'-'F'111"" EJ . . . - n 15 Q I ' MEA R E - 55 We af uv - . 'E' E E 9 2 if Fw ei, .,4f3,5Q,-R ,semi QQ E, 7 '-'Vhm--1-I 1 --- Niki K "N -.-1.-g,.,-f- . "Freddie" is Business Manager of the TECHNIQUE, O. D. K., Varsity Baseball Manager, Presents a well-balanced account in activities 'For his having been in our midst for four years. A concientious worker, a man who can be depended upon: Sigma Chi is Fred Coward's fraternity. .5b. eniors JAMES IRGIL MCSLRNTTT-l ' A mbus, Miss. EMICAL NGINEERING ll Kfl' ff':::qi:::' W LIS HAR C N, JR. Columb A " CIVIL EN ERIHN l IIKKII " X M SAMUE LU L I I . GE ER J li .v AR , JR ug a, IL. me E A - q Pi Delta ilon: Scie tiag V' HN Q E, I 3 A A .0 Ciate Itor, g BLU P , 2: EL bfi I U J g"Y' bi ' -s e -- ' jti , 4 NX f XI o AIN fl! ,6 of A DISO ' ' I '. Atl nta I , -. N AL qu E Ho or all . l , fa- ARMGNXX First row: MCClanahan, J., MCClanahan, W., MCCreary. d G X , A 1 WOO , - - -Second row: MCGarrIty, MCC-iinty, MCMahon.- - - AL ENG' WING Third row: McNair, M., McNair, S., Meehan. fI1K'l' l f X A. l. E. E.: A ut . t Rai? . N oo all, g aslcet- MORRIS UTHER MCNAIR Me idian, Miss. I AR ITECTURE SID B TON MENAII2 I, N - QE M MA Ni vrfxm I Macon, Ga. ,. i, In N. y KK 1 CHEMICAL EANEINEERING MEC AL E GI EE G ' A EI 'I cm: N or Roll, I, 2, 3: Tau Beta Pig PhiVEta Sigma: Alph Hon 9: I 2: YCI , jade Club: A. l M. El: New. If I..-,-f- ISISTTWBI bard and Bled 3 Major R T. C. 5 man lub, B JOHN MEEHA ,II2. X CGC w I -L W Shing ff ,sk ' K NERA-I igIENCE F If 'p 92 f rx f fo L al.:I-s I . . A., ,v' . A 3P ' L as far Et E1 wwf I ITSCZIQ d ade, PrdZ5Je'e5l gidlesl ni - I-Ex X I r-,MQ s 7 Yellow Jack t by ti f LI Ily Editor ' X? J. BKOI 3KP' D -silo - . I YELLO E JA , 44: CI , t CI b "Y' - 153 'VX Clljigabin ieau ena IZEIQORE Oan . U ll WX JL x XX Hin it 'M A f I T Lira Nix Q: , as ft f G9 If qw lflisifiiii Q-si' Q25 'Dt Fil ,D . rw In-Q i? -. so Af A-'M Er Va fI-- 1 Y .IIA .. N- f-- I Q Artist, cartoonist, and student are only a 'few of the words which describe Aben deAlmar. His participa- tion in a variety of school activities and his membership in the leading organizations on the campus will be missed when he leaves us. K1nlQ1l'lQiiiQH H-H1111 .57. GIIIOYS JOE WIEEIAM MEIERE Atlanta, a. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING '- a' R MELSON 'Ie, a. uf, I g :- - 6 94 X? t PIII sn' I IQUE, I, 2 R7 VINC '-n . LEN 1- nvill s 9 . C vt ENGI 56 I cs onor Rall , , I ta Pi, esident, , PIII ppa PIII, Phi - . sa a r sid is Old " Ho. D. K., n et 43 I il r in. . ur te a ' X3 I yt C NI I 2 3 LL W I M 5 II e a I bb rd . d BI e, Treas- te it n , 3 4 tud Council, II in I ,. . x ' I .'p:': o Xa mi .35 the - - g .. . . T. N It N X, v --v GA o, LER 1 X IS, K I'1. EL T ' NGI EE I G appa Et Kapp 45 I C T, 3, A I. E. E.: L. ute T . E II I00' "tIanta, - . CH CAL EN Lk' -- First row: Meiere, Melson, MiIIen.- - - Second row: Mohler, 'P-EK Moody, Moore.. - -Third row: Morrisey, Morrison, E., Mor- I-Ionor R II, I , 4 ' I Eta Sig . eta Pi: O. rison, W. D, K.: St den Co c 2- Inter . ' I ouncil, 2, 3, 43 P Ta Sig az V' B dy Clu ' XD I a Epsilon: ' E ,, ,A 'Ia d't,3, Bulffj TEC gm: p 23 .40. ,gil I, JOHN WILBUR M RRISEY Ju ior ager nn 3,. enior Ma -" 4. La GFGUSCJ I- ELECTRICAL ENGI EERIN6 . TKT fx RRI N M RE, . Kappa Eta Kappa: Kappa K ppa Psi, arid: Newman Ala ,. L Club: Yellow Jaclcet Clubq Marionettesg A. I. E. IYA1 , EN RA sci CE 5 ,- 111 9 EDGAR GREENWOOD MORRISON I-I r all, I, 3, 47 YEL W J KET, I, , ot, Jacksonville, Fla. i I I Ono I, 2, , 4. ECHANI L ENGINEERIN I-I"'-'N Cxkx A IIIII '31 X n I I, 2, :R Sigma: Sc tntnard and Blade' ff' fg'N ,-N3 k . . , Tre urer, 47 nd, I 2, 33 enan' ,,. , ,Sh ' gp Naval R.o T.C af' ' - - ' 1 a I 'V JF a XV' ILD5 Row o - f-fxflf,.,- 'N I ,, . . I B G ER 'I I ,r 'I it ' Y 15 I -C' ....,al,:. I 2,41 PIII Et Igma, W, . ji I tary 4'A S C E' "Y" Ca I t' Lieuten n,fR" ' A CJ N.x , . . . ., , . . . I. -.5631 -C - mx kigifylsv 1 H5 W W Af' f .ci-51.1 s V9 2 We ' . 'I VIR 'Ny- Y ffwfari-13313 SCASQII O John Ridley brought us the most successful series of dances ever seen at Georgia Tech. Besides devoting most of his time to his job as President of the Interfraternity Council John is Analr, O. D. K., and participant in many other school activities. His 'Fraternity is Phi Delta Theta. -58- .4'RX JOHN HENRY ULDER W a , Ga. ECHANICAL ENGINEERING f R SSELL WAR Qsqy' AN Chicag I It I"f civii ENG: E IN BI I-Io r RoII, 3, 4, 53, -1- eta 'I bbard and Bla eq Civi Crew: O. D 3 riaere sl' ' tyq YELLO JXQZKE, - O-op b. I I H RD L VLDN EA 'Q .4 6. E TRI fl fp I EERINESX Al R f i f R 'S S SON V ,I . I ' Honor R I, l,C2IiIE L uG taERRfPhi Ka a Phi. ' ' u er, auman, ea.- . - econ row: eson, IX EI,sINIeCIson,NR.,ICINeuFomm.- -N- 'Ehird rowE Nejvton, OIxEeIraII, f I E4 OHM- R A XKQARSO LS A . f , tlanta, if I ROBERT PARK NEWTON EI IL E156 I Ja kson, Ga. i il rewg Lie n .IQ T IC. HEMICA ENGINEERING A9 - r onor Roll, 2, 37 au B?: PE: Alpha Chi Sigma: A. I. 'ffX1. A ' ' I 'X If LHRIEI A .p..2.: fra .IVQIHSTII WILFREDFILAURIEE OFERRALL ELECT CAL E ,NEERW6 5 AERO Gregg' IINEERI Kappa taiap TKT f""x 37 ,II Ml N. A. A.: F aim. QQ k X , FQ-g g xg gg AIIZQ -I ' 'f I" i 'RN 7 IIIII mi 'W f N ,xswif may ATB G ' Rf W V I F ,X A II In B553 W . I. Ch. . oxing, I. i I Y-N 'ERE ,J 3. V RPT . A K W Nei Jig JN N 3 A Q R 'AR LL ,sf WD AAR. A- A, Wggmg. A Q I QQ? -Q---I 'IQ' ' 3 if ,f J-- IRA-, ' Chi Psi gives us Chester Smilzh. Even the morning after ihe nighi before Chesier can always give us a big smile. His work for his frafernity and 'For Izhe organizaiions on the campus have made him a very popular member of the Iodge. .59- STIIQVS J GHIOVS RICHAR5- DANIEL OWEN Sn-iyrn , a. MECHANICAL ENGINEERIN LAS M L PARI-IA I ings, Ga. 9, GINEERING ,ar KI, I VP 1 Psi. I RI x ffm P KER Wg' C I ein ERI oil and ' ,' I C . I : "Y" Sin rs: F cing, 3, 4. I t - . UL -5- Cl 1' xv N ' .. X An : i 2-I P elta E ilon, Presi- ent, appa ... R as r r, 3: Sc ntia Club: lnterfrat ity C un A r, ' Bulldog Club: Stu- dent Co ncil: B d, Y I f' 9 E I, 2, , BLUE P INT, I, , 3, ' if I siness ' n er, 3: s ELL . I X First row: Owen, Parham, Parlcer.- - .Second row: Paullr, EL LEE ii . Pearson, PeeIc.- - -Third row: Perlcerson, Perkins, Ptluclcer. 0 1 eland, ' ELE '- t' ENGI K' G I-Ion r R I, I, , 4 h' Eta Si - ' 'dent's Gold "TH: hi ppa P i: . - . Eta Ka p -President, JERRY GILBERT P RKERSON 4: A. I. E. Secr t ry a d reasure , 1 tain R. O. Atlanta, 5- T. C.: Foil . d .- , e- resident, " ncing, 2, GENERAL SC ENCE 3, , e i nager. EA O. D. K.: Analc: Student C I , 4: Skull and Key: Scientia Club: "T" Clu : Presi Freshman Class: ,- Vice-President Sophomore Class: Sec etary and Tr ,I U . M HO R EE urer Senior Class: Football, I, 2, 3, 4. 'FAT I ii L., X jlfmlk ECHANIC ENG! RING ARTHUR FRANCIS PERKINS l....I ' I Ta ahassee, Fla. -- ELECTRI L ENGIN E G I v MVN-ix X H l..-- g K J f-q'N a Kap a: Ye ow aclcet Club: T NIQ IE, f, 4 L :ii13 . X - 9, I:A.l.E,E.:"Y" bam. iid F L a C L r' ' a I at F as I C Eiga DEA. FL Rf-X.. I - , WN ,.,- 'X Pie , A- I, Y ' L N E . lt I ivil Crew: . . : ritt i gb o iety: ' Q? Cosmop n C F-3 I - CJ I 23541 nf 1 lfn R f 9 gps C f g Aff fffhv - - C ,fe C. QL f -I5 I V ' i fx. .ple-I CCTV I --.. 1.1 I 0 "AI,". who hails from far away Minnesota, Red Wing, to be exact, has made a record that is plenty worth while during his 'Four years at Tech. Analr, Senior Vice-President, Non-Fraternity Executive Committee, Debater, Y. M. C. A., and Yellow .laclret Club. His work on the Yellow Jacket Club has been one of the years standouts. .6O. First row: Preston, E., Preston, J., Rawstrom.- - - Second row: Raymond, Reed, Registen- - -Third row: Respess, Richards, Richardson. 3l1iCI'5 K7 ft ' EDE R PRESTON Macon, Ga. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING I A E Honor oll I, 25 Phi Eta ' ' Kappa: Scab rd nd Blade: ' er an Sock' ajor R. O. '32 W. JOHN GRAY '- . ll Clea . . e ' . i ELEC .A ENG: M P ' Kappa Phi: Pesi e s Gold 5 nor Roll, I, , 3, 4, 51 Briaere S ci N -.---W x Briaerean Socie , Vice-Pr s' en , 'Tw t . -15. Captain I i FRED R K I ' RA TR . , , '4 Mo or P RING 5 V Honor RoII, I: Phi I i Si 3 ' w 'I Civi Cew acr s , I I K r .2 S AM O T AY I I Kappa Eta Kap YELLOW C EER Kappa Mario I'16l"I . . CIS rwate a CHEM AL EN INEERING rraer an S ciety. y ff f-'wx . ILLI ' N , JR. -r I 5, 7.5 EEE ' 0: N " I 3 H 1. .f 1 pf ion I7Isi3" . I. . E.: ffl T! 5 ' etftes x nd. I A 1. HAR mr IEE ff V ' ' i f E 'IP M. L. Bri a' ' 1 t , , :Li t 0 T. C.: 5 , , , 4. X I . ,X Vi Ll R I R, IXR. 5. FI . Ho ' P ' Eta i ' ' f- XS "E, e. 3 "F T' S NY HERBE T RESPESS ebat,rICHIT n, Ga. ,fa 'itil RrlE.IIIA2D.S 3 MEC CAL EN EERIN6 '10'R0IIf I- ' - EDWARO lic i Ri Q gm mix: Y GENE AL SCIENCE KN I-,X QNI 1 " me rin ,ff i f if no we Mafia: tt tt ii at th Lf-:STI QEIQX I 5 I PM tif? M vm? 50251 5525 E., sf E Ewa C . ' DL Thaw Qiiitfw -'- Q-da in as ,cc " , . Before giving briclrbats or bouquets to the editor, pIease see this gentleman, or architect if you prefer, GF the Chi Phi House. He drew our cartoons for the subdivision pages. We IiIre them, don t you? Thanks, HG Greer. .g,i. eni ILLIKAWIRDDAEUS RICKS, JR. 1 Reynol CHEMICAL ENGINEERING HKQE AIEIIIE Chi sigma, TECHNIQUE, 31 YELLO J CKET, " ' Cabinet. i? ' R3 .ew RIDLEY CVS NT' ffl I a Ga. TRY I A 9 I C MIE ' alc, Vice-Presid 4 O 'v cabbard and B de: Icull and K , 'Vg' I Lyll g, Secretary nd Treasurer, 4 YEL " , 3: Student Cou C Vice-Preside , I ty Co n il, Preside , 45 Lieuten QV f y' l It, , 2 , 4: Trac I. I I IO ' Il Iil i, RI N Atl If C. I' ECT 1 eq ER ' K afappa 'E . .y and. I ii X XX I R ' X' , 'i K' 0 ROB RTS eixlii x Analc, reasurery O, D 2. g' Slcu .4 Ke - YELLO I 2 37 Stu ent Co n i Treas ' I - trater ity Council, Vice-P esiden , 4: Cretar . '. rer Junior Class: Lieut nant . . I ' " " f 1 I ' ' ' 9 ' 1 1 I 1 I 5 I - , First row: Riclcs, Ridley, Rinn. - - - Second row: Roberts, C., Roberts, H., Rogers.. . .Third row: Roper, Rowe, Russell. . y. JACK Bu5in2S Manageh T C T R ball I 2 3 4 EEIII I 2 NX Y I ROBER , ou 55, Kan. ELECIT I -I I Kapp pa, A I. a S cr ta, GENER SCIE E Ka pa a Kap a. ,MIIMRSL E I' 4 If Z-. I-I ES B JA X ' f' tla G P THOMAS BENJA IN ROPER GINEER N Atlanta, a. GENERAL S ENCE 2, 3, 4: Preside 's Gold "3 Phi Kappa Phi: Lieutenan C. Intertra r Council, Honor RON Memphis, Tenn. . RICI-IARD MILES ROWE gs MECHA ICAL ENGINEER! I-I ll W ' , I fi P E.Ic,iI2:a 'I ' i "al 'J 'T ' lff f A9 , AM S JO EP RUS ELL JR h' X osse j A helix In -l 5 fly , I , 41 R, I , ,yI. I t l Kg 0 d 'i J,-J' it gr-if-A C If IP' am at I? if , menu-er, mf rw ,if 3 AYQQW zifizzatl Qfffigf I' 7 Tmhhtwgqi I I ,.. -c. - s,1,, -,- i1 1.-.fi -xx . "Pee Wee," Tackle par excellence 'For four years on the tornado, making AII-Southern conference selection. Alternate captain this year's varsity squad. A cheery hello and a smile for everyone have made many friends for Clyde Williams, Sigma Nu, at Tech in the four years he has been with us. -62- L ,....... ' S Q5 fl I CD l' 15' . I-T ' CARL CURTIS SAAL Tar io, Mo. CIVIL ENGINEERING I-Ion v Ro , 2, 3, 47 Tau Beta Pig Phi Kappa Phi: Ci il Crew, Tre fTN 9 RH ' S "f WOODFO WA TT, JR. Jaclcson l-leig s, . Y. fn! 6 CIVIL 'C R 'I A S. C. E.: Civil r , Footb 5 ' 3, 47 Traclc, I, 2. I-IAR ES I-IR 7 I C . ing -II in, . RC T TUR J r I R I K 1 r I , ' .J -o u -' VO I sl 'qi . -LK ELE TRI 4 ERfI'NG X Kappa ta Kap : ' ' E.: "f" Cabin t, 2, 3: Ri - a , Lacro se, NI. . . f I XXI First row: Saal, Saclcett, ScheII.- - . Second row: Scott, X X ii II Seay, Sher1ilI.- - - Third row: Sievers, Simmons, Simpson. X AO eMENT AY, R y Atlant a n IC' ANICAL I 1- Rl G DOUG'-A CORNISH SIEVERS "T" Club . . M. E.: I e a u aval . O T. C.: B 'mar' N. J' r , I, 2, 4: s try, I, , 3. EMISTRY I Phi Eta Sig Roll, Ig Alpha Chi Sigma. X . I cfxw , I I c-ERS ER L, II WILLIAM BROWN SIMMONS, JR. I wil' T nn' If i E E EN IN I: Atlanta, Ga. Z F ,gglx Ii"'H'-q."III'I,p-'ii' CHIEIQQISSIIR Phi Psy Intertr ernity Cou ciI. L ' n.d fffxfv I .K 'W ,I Ho E SM TH SIMPSON I ! A, L ' F, ,Lv Il ,I R .3 . , ,NN - I GE ERAL SCIEN Q 2 f -IIIII ft f-I f Ln-,W Icul and Key: Bu Id 1 iehgg ry, 47 Pi D a - . XT I- lpslon' and EN NT, I, 2, 3 W W-X , Sl 2, F , Associa e Editor vw xx 9 F3 A D33 IQU T11 I Dix 'I NN J 'JJ , WI. , II .meal r 1 v 7'?i-i 4 3 3 I T R,,.,,-l-,YIYNTEKI . May the BLUE PRINT take the pleasure of formally introducing Mr. Albert "Hoot" Gibson, Of lust "Socially Speaking" if you prefer. To him we owe much of the credit 'lor the success of the three publica- tions, a fine set of dances, and for his help in every phase of school activity. .63. GHICVS JOUFTPENISTON SIMS CIVIL ENGINEERING Civil Crew: A. S, C. E. JAM C Palmetto, . .5 " . I CTURE nor Roll, 2, 3, ' '- pa Phi: Architecu - cie Secretary, 53 " p i P ' Lieutenant R. O. . C. B I CH , . " X x, . D. K.: appag K I g I . . y' ir a i I li E I I mtl :B s -X is G ' E ti e u Bet Pi ' ap 3 ' '3 3 residents old " fy o or II, 4. , - ppa E P ppa Katy a P', J.. . .E .. ,2,3:AI.E. r ,3,4 Est - - M HA I G N x II D Oi an e Sw: 1 in , , 3, I 0 , M KA '. ,il l 23 ' ENG! 11' Phi Et 5. ma nd Bla Q and, .' T 2 , First row: Sims, Slcinner, Smith, A. - - - Second row: Smith, C. L., Smith, C. P., Smith, Jas. - - -Third row: Smith, John, OND . . 6 Ga. Spar, Spohn. ' NGINEE O I i I -I :oo lntertrate ouncilg JOHN WELQON MITH :3sis:.ii"Li. jk IIKA Pi Delta Epsilon: BLUE PRI T, I, 2, 7 Marionettes, E TM V 2, 3: Lieutenant R. O. T. C. GENERAL CIENOC FLOYD ELBERT SPAR 'iw ' a, io FN f Cr-I MAd ENGIINEER cs K H y .gd , ers: .i. ch. .- Rifle Team, 2 I ff .Q VAL X! 991 is D POH H NX 'nn Q li A il WI . . Wx -1' i' I' it!...ai?.. ,-1, i ,ff Cy jj? id in-H-Q it if 9 5:-Km Y-gb 5, -I ,., Y kia V-Al YGSAI' if " ' env 42.2.4 Cf' if I A Wu 49.231 -.. - '-1"--V l - x O Charlie Smith-a really dependable guy that seems to know what it's all about. A member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and O. D. K. His scholastic and tract record is one to be mighty proud of. .i,4. First row: Stanaland, Steedman, Steele.. . .Second row: Stendera, Stevens, l-l,, Stevens, R, . . .Third row: Stevenson, Strauss, Suarez 'I' I I 's sl In l N IX S 4 NL Y W' V EEL E on, I J C l I GI E ING Bri ea I y, I a a 0 an l d B In eb I So rf T AI I ff , X I df STAN ' Z E ER n .X . I 'WI '1 f. I H ' ,3, gp , l E , CI lr O ,Q l , e . sse, l. ll 'V ' TE S . 'D fr ' '- 'I NG RO r L ' EN tl , a 'I B Il f' fx SHIQVS JAMES I-IERBER TANALA anta, Ga. GENERAL SCIENCE KAN WILLIAM BA R DMAN At 'aff MECHANICA WI ING Pi Tau Sigma' Ere - Yan ' Oil Can Cub -IDI as . LE C ' ' nS" a . ' a'n L. -'-, L EE N6 nor II ' . a A. . . .' Yello ac et lub - a ' ie a 'Lacr 0 D ART DANIEL Ii TIAERtSTEX1ENSON, JR. E ECERICJO ER fn Cf On, . AERONA TICAL ENGIIISJSEERING N. ggi- resident, 45 Lacrosse, I. fffxm I BEN ARTHUR srrmuss I an, .ST ' - f a , . - . H Atl nta Ga ERAL 55 I - iff! MECHANICAL ENGINEERING riff 'l"y"y.y."yTy-"' TEH Alpha hi Sigma. ' u L+-I I x R f-R iff ,N 'SN-.3 ll OSC SUARE Q If ' . I,s.. E 1 aa f-A K ELECTR ALWIENETNGEERINXG 'N f 4 7 . of -, III I Tir as lf., fi so f 1, ' - Olgan Club, V6 'SVI x ' Non-Prater ty l A IZ ' V I f Ihr wth XX'-N K 'E X K-,X U NN QD Ig? W1 5 ., f, I My x .J 3 wendy? ,RRR rm Knight QITTED Mliilxm oct' ff S fix- I' 23? L- RFE fri-sl 3mY --' l . "Gordon," Analr, O. D. K., Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Nu President, Varsity Swimmer, BLUE PRINT, Yellow Jaclret and campus honors in practically all phases of student life, have endeared Gordon Catts to the class of '35, a four years well spent, a man that will be missed greatly. .65. SHI CVS AtIantagQ.a. GENERAL CIENCE O D. K.: Honor ROII, 4: Pi DeIta EpsiIon: ien C b: I UE PRINT, I, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Business ana r, 3, usiness Manager, 4: T NIQUE, I, 2, 3, 4, Ass ciate ditor, 3, SGQ-A ET, I, 2, 3, 4, As ciate ditor, 3, 4: rat ity ou ': Gentlem n o he Press: Football, I i a . .T, C.: Ye ow Jac et -92 7 2 'IS' C ' RII'ES'ESAQARD SUM ER, JR. A aIem, 'I ' ED , . TER EC 'V Y . I IN ERI I. t.0 t DEE " S AN HEMICAL A I xr . . .I QT , TI ARTH R Ll I RT 4 Iaren n, .Q C ' ICAL ' T f JI III First row: Sumner, Sutter, Swanson. - - - Second row: Swart, TayIor, G., TayIor, L. I - - Third row: Thomas, E., Thomas, N., Thompson. G I: ERT TA L Ft. - ' on, Ga., . . MECHEI C L GINEERIN EMILE JOSEPH T OMAS I I Branford, Co n. XX I CIVIL ENGINE RING I: Honor Roll, 4: B I-R4 4. L N ON B re- X YLo I .MX-.T t , Q - I IME I HA nENGl l g NEWTON WALKER THOMAS ll Honor Roll, I, , 3, 4: Pres ent's G. d HT". ,A J a Alexander City, AIa. FR CHEMIC L ENGINEERING I fx--,-wi f Hon r ROII, 3, 4: Phi K p a Phi. K ' fig 'fx I-.xv I W f L L LY G is E' We IT? 7R BERT IAcI4so XF E E s E E f' f L G , . fl f I 4 TE Cf fa X SWQSQEER NG In map, VC? II CrevIT:N,Q:, S. .igsfa-OAQXCI , ieutenant II Q ,fr C: fm- .I KW PW. - 5 , .. ' w J - 'ff Y? JL II ff GI E554 I 35 jf lf 37 will nx 1 Sf-sw,-x A . E Q Aff fsgilfaf- I 45s- Efwvs e Qeeiaiggigemni E foam? WEKTIL 7 LEIFTWIEHF L - O "Rut," Track man, honor man, a loyal worker in his Fraternity, Chi Phi. A pleasant smile, a hello 'For every- one has made a name for him while in our midst. Among the fairer sex whether or not they be Debutante, High School, Seminary or College girls, all know Rutledge Tufts. -65. I enrors JOE ME IWETHER , . as, Ga. ARCHITECTURE ATS! 4ArChit Cturl Society: Charrette Club: BLUE PRINT, 3, 4: La F? A ANDER CAL Rf, D, JR. MECI-I cl t ING A I v Il G AN ILL L III - . ' ,o I . C EMI L N INEE I G J T ' 4 f x I A I f M df FRA LVII - I EIR nta I ' e r- SCI CE Ieutenan 'N 0 T. .: Ba ffball, I. First row: Thrash, Todd, Tomerlin.- - -Second row: Traber, j Treaolwav,Tribble.- - -Third row: Tufts,Turman,Turner. TH I5 flri TREA AIY, , umbus, 0. lx ' CAL EN I ING 411' 1. , . RUT EDGE TUFTS Pi Dgfta Ep 1 li ppa Et .an e reta 4g appa Emory University, Ga. Kappa Ps surer, 4: 0 JAC I , 2, 3, 4: MECHANI L ENGINEERING Band, I, p sagem I I k. II. E. . Li II errant XQ . . ra . F .r"fX" ' EDWIN BLASHEIELD TLIRMAN 'X fi K 4 ALIsnLa,Ga. -C RSCH L -ii. R If CHEMICAL ENGINEERING eww, Ga. fffx I-H.--a I Xi' CAL E GINEERING Cf Li I IITTTI-Irmidogg Skull a Key: TE NIQU Ii Foo I CHE I . ' 5 url Manager, I, , , y Council. X X K 'B Cf' fx, QQ SW V i - i i 1 i X AN ij in I MAS MIRGAN TURNER, N Q L Lf F T ' - - - I- ' - afar rwr l MIC in EP I Egg? " FT X . Nil 'iw nN'fl6 Lie Nxnt eq.T.C. WPS in Ciiq A 5 1 ax -gg Xxx mb lvl If X " ,Wiki I as f CMR: weft: . ,Lf - Gaia cv- f I Q ci ' Y -Sv--f -G E5 .YM W I f -N... ...-.f . Sidney McNair comes to us from Macon. A member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and a valuable asset to the military department where he is Cadet Major. His many campus honors and a pleasant congeniality have won him a place in the realm of things at Tech. lii1111111111i11i1':1111 .67- enio rss r UMPKlN YSON, JR. Jackso 's. ELECTRICAL ENGINEE G KE Kappa Eta Kappa. ' if I fc Q' FQ A 1: VILLE Vick Y P y P n acola, Fla. V GINEERING 4 ' ew: ' . C. E. pf' y HA ESN ru - W LKER JR. 6 ' I ta, a. E TRI L G, NEE a Et pa: ' Mug Lie ant l ' ll R.. . i JA LKER Vxtla a, . ENE -. t., me 9 f First row: Tyson, Vickery, Walker, C.- - -Second row: Walker, J., Walker, R., Warwick, P. - - - Third row: Warwick, Ek X R., Watkins, Welch. B D ON " " R. W Q nta, Ga . ' E 'SW i A ROBERT LOWRY WARWICK l-1 or Roi, l, 47 PhiliK v . hi. Atlanta! 5' X GENERAL S IENCE ix A gn NA AN WIC JAMES cgsGc?oDGWA KINS A ,rfxwwl eca ur, a. - X al oa Cana on GENERAL SCIENCE v S civlL NGINE -4 ABQ, Civil CVE I A. S. C. E. Pi D silong TE HNIQUE, l, , 4, Assocl """-"" ,KX X Editor, - M. L. ittain De a 'ng Society, 3. I K f ...A KW' I rf J . - A., . r . . E 1? E' x 4 P WILLIAM PRE I , Y fd f S ima, A . fl K E F W F E K., 1 AW'g53EN iNE 1- WXXFW or omit ,3, Su u eta IIPl'1I Kapp hi i 1 afhqilfta Sig ' e ' l 'T'yA- .E. era- if Bod ClUbj RH c' ,T V ,Mlsu nan E' .f .7 3 Ki R' QT-C1 filtg ff af x.f U H if N 'X A 2 Aff IAQ 5-,EE . ,L U f ww' 'P X, all f -' ,Milli ll .3 Civ 1? I L R tRig'1FfUq1?l sig? lah N' fi' . "Vin," Yellow Jacket Editor, Tau Beta Pi, President, O. D. K., Phi Kappa Phi, and campus honors in divers: fied 'Fields belong to Phi Gamma Delta, Vincent Millen. These coupled with the idea that school really is a place for an education have accomplished lots 'For Vin. -ea- E 3l1i0l'5 MARVIN WH-r1'EvTT4 e Park, Ga. RONAUTICAL ENGINEERING Ta ta i: N. A. A., Secretary and Treasurer, 7 Sca ard nd Blaclep N. F. O., Vice-President, 43 Ca - tain R, . . fx gt A ' g if, HARD BAX R , JR. Atlan , v.. l MECHANI ' Vi- gf RING Z1 A 5 I ERA IC 7, E i eta Epsiong O' - d sky TECH UE, I, 1 YELLOW JACK , , Wrm i 9, i, nci - ,,. I First row: Whitlock, Wiley, Williams, F.- - - Second row: Williams, O. A., Williams, O. E., Wilson.. . .Third rOw: Wise, Witherstine, Woodall. , Q OL ' LLi Ms ic Ga E - " GINE IN X O MERY i HAM LE Tlllglilkiilaly i l AV ILLIAM ASHINGTON wisg I Ba dwin, Ga. y y CWI L ENGINEERING -ffxi. , . , , . -X JOHN LELAND Wm-iERsriNE li IQ Caiuia ZINSQZN O Jig? -H-VTP? A OCEiZaSiaiClROL'liai4NiiNlgaRiNG Kappa ' a Kap 5150-OP lub' 1, 1+-A W N ff . X I 'fl NO J aww I l of --' WOODALL , iq ia' lf-W E aa E ia' ' ,X As I Q annal1,Ga. X wal a H F 3 'Rf ar ' CA N aa f e I ' xi K-'V' - ' 3311? - . 5 DQR a 'I 3' J 3.1 I V Tffaaaai f fill iff 21 Tiafjgq r . fl, A a -af g as-U 'fax Wzfaaae ,fliafwa - -:Q Q-as if . as I ' 3 ' I Qzjgfr- Q ' Y FST-a az aaa' -536 an I I . Jere Perlrerson says that conventions are quite the thing and that Boston is the place. Jere plays foot- ball, is a member of Analr, and is a leader in student activity. His fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ,6Q. n e I1 i o V 5 .fume-r-MQORE wo DARD Atlanta, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERI fIJKE appa Eta Kappa: lntertraternity Council: Cap ain R. O. T. C.: F l: Swimming, l, , 3. fx fa . - 92? N.: 1 I-IARR 'A ORD WOODSID ?v . ba I f f I fa' I! --Y 'il' Bls l, l. I T , C Ng - v -ash!! by First row: Woodard, Woodside, Yates- . .Second row: . Yorlc, Young, Ziegler. il i - -X-III- NV ' x Y ' 4 W ' I A .. --5 - . K. Tr urer, 4, Phi Kappa Ph" -KN on ci r R ll, I, 2, 3, 4 Secretary d Tre rer - -If Cla : "1 dent C uncil: Phi elta Ep lon, Tr as - , ' Bu do Preside t, 4: "T" A DAVID HINTON YOUNG, JR. Club: S Il andIKe Vi - es' , ' YELL ROCIimarIIGa. JACKET, I, 2, 3 4, '-- 1-R i 'ness M er, 3, CERAMIC ENGINEERING Business Manager 4: T X NW , , 3, 4, ssociate B91-I Editor, 3, 4: L I PRI , , ntle en of the ress: olt T' m , 2, J Lo in, 4: National Hone' Roll' 2'4' f lit rc l iate Chax , 34. X CARL WOLFRAM ZIEGLER X I College Parlc, Ga. X W XI I MECHANICAL ENGI EERING NANTI-l O EPH YOR Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4: . S. M. E. 3- ti 0 C, ' ON U IC l. EN INEERIN Honor o , IA , 3, :Phi a S ma: h -r v Phi: 'SN Preside t's Gol "T": " " C so N. . A., 'Y' C uncil: "Y" Ca ine , 2, 4: a u, Club: Foo ll, I: Rifle - XX -.f Te rn, ,Tra lc, l, 2, ' 4: ennis ' I I Xin- II I-gf I I - - V+ . X , re as . rm. E - . - . ' f' I I E i 4 + E lf? ,- fm x -. 'N In III I' Wff' .........,...- 5 2 E 5 I I' 'I I, I 0 ' iii - 01 'N if TDM Wav K. X- , A WI, Aff' fill 5 . . a . - -w f- K fi , X, fav If , 44-o - K-JV? 4 Q r55v Bi CQ ki 7 L C Chick Meehan is President tot the Y. M. C. A., Lieutenamolonel of the Regiment, Member of the Stu- dent Council, and many other honors, all of which his fraternity, Phi Sigma Kappa, is justly proud. j...l'.-HQl!.l:l'lli.l..'H .70. .41 -2 , 21 A, f' - - , x ' ,gui ,E QE., ff' 435:32 1 I , ,. '11 QQ ' 1 ' -L , L , N- ,,f, , x - A x ' -nw-. 41' M' 1' .df .gv '.-, , 4:35-. , 1-D Ugg' 1 - A f I X ji , -. -.. ,-:'LA'1f.Y -. :.,.:'r,. ' W. ' ,, 1 ,N ' - , A, J,-. ,:,-,f, Q .-QW. fy,-:gy 'lk' .. 1- f-::4.,1. ' ' 7 'Z' - M' '."'.," """- +L- .....'.v:.w't" , f , J-'fl ffl: ff, ,. E1 " . rg' f N " ""f . ' ' 1 N Q, '43 "-A --41' 42' f 1 K, Kyiv- ,-, ,. , ,lu ,, . I :.v., .,..,, QZK, .1 . . 5 HWNJ Q .- 1: Q 1 wil, ,li in -L , ,' -.3,.f?'?e S- j Lv: , --ff-,L-,-,V--f,, 2- L ,A .L,,,i... 1.,.'..fZ' -'ep-ggi,-C1i"4-gplf, ' ..,. ,.,M.. :, , F,,jg-555,3gRQ..'.-grjgfjivjijw. N74 ,Q . 1 If I 5 ister V A 'I 4 w N f Junior Class One morning in September, I932, Dean Floyd Field found himself face to face with 494 new faces,-boys, who in the preceding June had graduated with high honors, or what not, from a great variety of high schools in the South, East, North, and West, but who now were insignificant freshmen in the cam- pus life of Georgia Tech. Dean Field himself will probably admit that they were not a very intelligent loolcing group, but in their three years of higher education the members of the Junior Class have ,proved their merit in all stu- dent activities. lt was not long until the class was organized, and officers for the year PAN HOLSENBEFK elected: Billy Street, President, John President Wilcox, Vice-President, and Ernest Lind- sey, Secretary-Treasurer. During the year numerous members of the class turned their bountiful supply of energy towards accomplishment in scholarship, student activities, and athletics. The most outstanding successes of the year were made in scholarship, for prob- ably no class can boast of as many good scholars as this one with Ralph Cole, Fred Cox, James Brown, Sam Gibson, Vernon Lyons, Don Salmon, and many others who have upheld efficiently the name of the class over a three-year period. The class officers of the Sophomore year, Sundial Martin, President, Culver Kidd, Vice- President, and Billy Street, Secretary-Treasurer, were ably succeeded in the Junior year by Dan l-lolsenbeclr, President, Culver Kidd, Vice-President, and Mason Williams, Secretary- Treasurer. Now in the Junior year we find the class of 33l members divided among the various de- partments as follows: Architecture, log Aeronautics, Zlg Ceramics, 2: Chemical Engineering, 473 Chemistry, 71 Civil Engineering, 335 Electrical Engineering, 503 General Science, 761 lndus- trial Management, ll: Mechanical Engineering, 58, and Textile Engineering, IO. .72. Junior Class Outside ot regular studies we tind many Juniors lending their talents to many school activities. Among the out- standing workers on school publications we tind Allen Morris, Harvey Fell, DeWitt Worrell, Culver Kidd, Fred Cox, Delos Spring, Phil l-larr, Pop Siegel, Ed Sack, D. L. Echols, Dave Luntz, Charlie Lokey, l-larvey West, and George Smith. Foremost in the activities ot the de- bating club we find Sam Gibson and Raytord Kytle. To the work ot three Juniors, Johnny Williams, Jimmy Sim- mons, and Raytord Kytle we owe much ot the increasing importance ot the Y. M. C. A. in the daily lives ot Georgia CULVER KIDD Vicc-President Tech students. Representing the class on the Student Coun- cil we tind Dan l-lolsenbeck, Culver Kidd, Mason Williams, John Wilcox, and Jack Rountree. ln the tield ot sports the Junior Class is remarkably outstanding. Among our tootball heroes we have John Wilcox, Letty Eubanks, l-loot Gibson, Oscar Thompson, Pug Boyd, Phil Chance, Kitty Katz, Billy Street, Sundial Martin, Fulton Brittain, Bud Lindsey, Gilbert Stacey, and John McKinley, while the Senior managers tor next year have been announced as Willie Rosamond and Bruce Avery. ln basket-ball Gilbert Stacey, Kitty Katz, l-lank Crawtord, and Culver Kidd are leaders, while on the diamond such stars as Pug Boyd, l-loot Gibson, Mucho Lyons, Bill McNenney, Sundial Martin, Carl Waits, John McKinley, Jerry McDonald are juniors. Lee Mingledortt is junior manager. Track claims l-larvey West, Jimmy Rankin, Gilbert Stacey, and Julian Watters: swimming has Mason Williams, Avery Austin, and Frank Chapman: Billy Ginn is our representative on the tennis court: and Flank Crawtord, Fernandez-Morrell, and Tom Tumlin are tencers. Last but not least the Junior Class is proud to possess such outstanding social successes as the tollovving group. There is no need to give details as everyone is quite tamiliar with the activities ot Billy Ginn, John Oster, Pop Siegel, Charlie Grace, Dan l-lolsenbeck, Freddy Fuchs, Allen Morris, Charlie Lokey, George Felker, Ed Spivey, Dick Wentz, Dave Echols, Culver Kidd, Delos Spring, l-larvey Fell, Avery Aus- MASON WILLIAMS 5CC,et,,,y,T,CaSu,C, tin, Bill Finch, and others. -73- l JLJNIORS W. C. ADAMS, E N. . M. B. AMES, JR., FIX- . E. C. ANDERSON, 5451? J. E. ATKINSON, fI1I'A . A. A. AUSTIN, E N . . E. B. AVERY, E X . . . J. I-I. BAKER, E X . - W. J. BANNING, If K- E. S. BARKALOW, EN. I-I. BARNETT . . . C. K. BAUTZ, 'PE K - M. BEERMAN . J. G. BISHOP . . . . T. E. BLACKBURN, ZX . T. S. BOND ..... J. R. BOYD, KA - - G. I-I. BRASWELL, I3 K - A. N. BRAY, BK - 4 A. P. BRINSON- - G. F. BRITT . . C. W. BROWN . . J. G. BROWN . . R. D. BROWN .,-. F. M. BULLOCI-I, A TI? - K. D. CAMPBELL, HX - J. T. CARMICAL - - F. L. CAROTI-IERS . . D. W. CENTER, 'l'E'i'- . . LaFayette, Ga. . - Novtollc, Va. - - - -Janesville, Wis. - - Senoia, Ga. . -Atlanta, Ga. . .Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . - Atlanta, Ga. - - Marietta, Ga. - .Atlanta, Ga. - . Atlanta, Ga. - - Atlanta, Ga. - . Atlanta, Ga. - - Atlanta, Ga. . - Savannah, Ga. . . Columbus, Ga. - - Roberta, Ga. . . Savannah, Ga. , . Columbus, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . West Point, Ga. - - Thomasville, Cua. - - Columbus, Ga. - . Meridian, Miss. . . I-lavana, Cuba - - Monticello, Arlc. Washington, D. C. - - Savannah, Ga. JUNIORS F. W. CHAPMAN, K A J. A. CHILDS- - - C. T. COFFEY, R K . . R. B. COLE, 'PEK -- C. C. COLEMAN, ZZ N . M. C. COLSON, TKE. - P. S. COMMINS, 112141 II C. H. COPELAND - - R. E. CORBITT .... F. W. COX, JR., A T A. H. G. CRAWFORD . . W. I. CRICHTON . . F. S. CULPEPPER, A TQ F. L. DALE .... J. F. DARBY, AT!! . . N. C. DEAN, -TIE K . . C. S. DEKLE .... C. D. D'ONOFRIO . . H. M. DUVALL . . H. EAGER, EA Ii - . D. L. ECHOLS, 'PAH - W. M. EICHBAUM . . F. E. ELLIS, Xfb. . W. J. ELLISON . . C. R. EMLONG, Zlfbli M. B. FARMER, 21 N . . CS. W. FELKER, Xfb. . H. L. FELL, JR., ATA. - - Newman, Ga -Jenlcinsburg, Ga . . Jacksonville, Fla -Washington, D. C - - Atlanta, Ga - - Savannah, Ga - - Atlanta, Ga - - Hapeville, Ga . .Augusta, Ga. - - .Atlanta, Ga. - - College Parlc, Ga. I - -Atlanta, Ga. - -Grantville, Ga. . . Rome, Ga. - . Vidalia, Ga. - - Atlanta, Ga. - - Stillmore, Ga. . Brooklyn, N. Y. Washington, D. C. - - Valdosta, Ga. I I - -Atlanta, Ga. Chattanooga, Tenn. . - Atlanta, Ga. - . Nashville, Tenn. - Bridgeman, Mich. f - Atlanta, Ga. ' - Monroe, Ga. - . Savannah, Ga. JUIXIIORS A. J. FERNANDEZ-MORRELL, 9X, Havana, Cuba W. E. FIELD, HX . . E. S. FIFE, I5 Ii - J. I-I. FINCI-I, ZZ N. . J. T. FITTEN, Ii A - - T. J. FLYNN . . J. FRANK, 'I'l4IfI' . . . L. H. FRANKLIN, EN . P. E, FUCHS, u K 41. . T. FULLER, 3 A I5- - G. A. FULLINGTON . . R. GASKINS - . . H. D. GIBSON - . - S. T. GIBSON, ATA - W. S. GINN, Xflf . . C. A. GRACE, 'I' I'A. . J. A. GRANADOS. . . E. R. GRANBERRY, KE W. J. GREENE . . . F. D. GRIESINGER, A?-WI' C. C. GROMMET. . C. M. GROTZ, II K A . A. P. GUESS . - E. J. I-IALEY, BK . . M. B. I-IAMILTON. . . G. A. I-IARBOUR, A'I'A J. W. HARMON- - G. K. HARPER, HX. . . .AiIanta, Ga. - .AtIanta, Ga. - .AtIanta, Ga. . .AIIanta, Ga. - ET. Mcphcrson, Ga. -Chattanooga, Tcnn. - -Manetta, Ga. . . Brooklyn, N. Y. - -AtIanta, Ga. 'New Port Richey, Fla, , - - -Atlanta, Ga. - Q Brooklyn, N. Y. - - AfIanfa, Ga. - . Atlanta, Ga. I - Atlanta, Ga. - - I-Iavana, Cuba - -Atlanta, Ga. - - Fairburn, Ga. CristobaI, Canal Zonc - - Miami, FIa. R - Upper Darby, Pa. - -Rock I-IIII, S. C. - - Savannah, Ga. - -BurnsviIIc, N. C - - - - ALIanLa, Ga . - Richland, Ga - -AtIanta, Ga JIJNIORS P. I. HARR, ZX . . J. E. HARRINGTON . . J. S. HARRISON, E X . . W. S. HEATH, K3 - . J. J. HILL, 13 K . . J. R. HINTON, KZ . A. T. HJELMFELT. . . D. M. HOLSENBECK, AT G. R. HOOK, A-VIN - J. A. HOUSER, KIPAB . . J. F. HOWARD ..., W. WA HOWERTON, 13 K D. W. HUDGINGS. K 5 - R. E. HUDSON, XXI' . - G. V. HUFFORD. . J. C. HULSE, ATA . . L. B. HUNTER . . R. I-I. HUTCHESON . . C. W. I-IUTH . . . L. W. JACKSON - - J. W. JACOBS, BX . . H. H. JOHNSON. . R. M. JONES, Z2 A li. . T. E. JONES, fl -N I5 - - L. S. KANIECKI, 'PKT - H. J. KANTER, TI54' - . G. KENIMER, JR.. . A. G. KEYSER. . . . Roanoke, Va . . Atlanta, Ga . . Jackson, Ga - - Sumter, S. C - New Smyrna, Fla Greensboro, N. C . Holdrege, Nebr A ---- Atlanta, Ga. - - Baltimore, Md - - Ft. Valley, Ga. - Sylvania, Ga. - - - r Aslwevillc, N. C. - - - Tampa, Fla. Montgomery, Ala. - I-Ioldregc, Ncbr. - -Augusta, Ga. College Parlc, Ga. - - Marietta, Ga. - - Atlanta, Ga. Wrlmrngton, N. C. - - Decatur, Ga. - - Macon, Ga. - -Savannah, Ga. r - Canton, Ga. Jcrscy City, N. J. . - Atlanta, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. Washington, D. C. JUNIORS C. KIDD. . KINSLER ...... N. KNIGHT, CPZIK. . P. KUPIEC, EN . . P. KYTLE, 'IHEK . . V. LAMBERTI . . G. LANDERKIN . . O. LAUNEY, ATQ. . R. B. LAWS .... H. W. LESTER, K A . F. LI .... . E. E. LINDSEY, EfbE I. LIPTON . . F. S. LITTLE. . J. W. LUCAS, A T Q . D. M. LUNTZ, TEQIP J. S. MAHAN, BAE J. M. MARKLEY, E N G. R. MARSHALL, ATA . . R. S. MARVIN, X Xlf. . . . J. H. MAYES, A TS? J. S. MAYS, ll K4' - - G. B. MQCLURE . . W. A. MQCREE, B K G. E. MCDONALD, IIKfb. . E. W. MQLAIN, A T 52. . J. B. MQLAUGHLIN. M. MILLIGAN, JR., BAE . - Milledgeville - -Atlanta - - Monroe - -Scranton, - -Atlanta, 1 1 1 Ga Ga Ga. Pa. Ga. - New Yorlc, N. Y Martinsburg, W. Va. - - Brooklyn, N. Y. - . Patterson, La. . - fAtIanta, Ga. - - Canton City, Clrina - - Atlanta, - . Atlanta, - - Dulutln, 4 . Atlanta, - - Atlanta, - .BIytI'revIIIe, . Coral Gables, - - 'SavannaI1, Cia. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Arlc. Fla. Ga. Marnaroneclc, N. Y. - - Fitzgerald, Ga. - .EasIay, S. C. - - Union City, - Orlando, - South Bend, . . .Atlanta .College Parlc, . .AtIanta, Ga. Fla. Ind. Ga. Ga. Ga. JIJINIIORS W. L. MINGLEDORFF, lT-5- - . Savannah, Ga C. MIZELL ...... L. D. MONTAGUE, K5- W. P. MONTGOMERY, E I. S. MOORE, Tlifl' . . D. B. MORGAN, HGH - L. A. MORRIS, JR., H KAI' W. M. MURPHEY, K A . A. J. NARCISO, GX - . N. NICHOLS . . E. S. NORTI-IUP, A T9 . J. P. O'DONNELL, IPAQ- J. F. OLIVER . . . J. OSTER, JR., AE4' . . I-I. B. OVERTON, 'PEK - W. B. ONXXENS, I3 K . . I-I. S. PARKS, KIJK 'I' . I-I. L. PARRY. . F. C. PATE, 41.30. . W. C. PAULSON, ZX . . E. A. PEEPLES, 'PI'-N . . A. J. PEKKONNEN, III K 'I' J. I-I. PERRY ..... J. M. PETERSON, 9X- . A. PHILLIPS . . G. H. PHILLIPS . . P. L. PIRKLE ..., W. B. POOLE, nu. . - CoIIzgc Park, Ga - - Sumter, S. C - - - AtIanta Ga . - Macon, Ga - - Atlanta Ga - . Atlanta Ga - - I.ittIe Rock, Ark - Union City, N. J ApaIacI1IcoIa, EIa - - Pensacola, Fla . . Malvina, Miss - .AtIanta, Ga - - RacIne, Vfis Q - Sylvester, Ga. - .CIInton, S. C. - AsI1eviIIc, N. C. Chattanooga, Tenn. . I-IawIcInsviIIe, Ga. -EI Dorado, Kan. - - Atlanta, Ga. - - Brooklyn, N. Y. - FayettevIIIe, Ga. - - Atlanta, Ga. -BIrmIngI'Iarn, Ala. I -Detroit, MICII. - -AtIanta, Ga, - -AtIanta, Ga. JUNIORS L. W. POUND, E N . . J. J. POWELL, ll K AI- . T. S. PRYOR . . J. D. RAGSDALE, 33 N - - J. K. RANKIN, E A li . L. B. REDMOND . . C. RHYNE . . . R. H. RICHARDS. . J. L. RIFKIN, HKKID. . A. N. ROBINSON, ZZ X . W, I. ROSAMOND, U9 ll H. C. ROSENBERG, 'I' lifl' J. R. ROUNTREE- - . E. E. SACK, ATA. . L. B. SALTERS- - H. SAMS, JR., X4, . D. B. SARGENT, +50 - G. F. SCARBROUGH, -I 'I' F. K. SCI-IILLING, II Kfl-. R. A, SIEGEL, ll Kfl' . H. SIMMONS . . . G. A. SMITH, IIJEK . G. G. SMITH . . . J. H. SMITH . . J. T. SMITH . . D. T. SNOW ..... D. A. SOLOMON, 'I' 154'- W. E. SPAULDING - - - - AIIanIa, - - Gair1csviIIC, - .Douglas - - Atlania - .Atlanta - Monroc, - Marianna - -AiIanta 1 Ga Ga Cua Ga Ga Ga I:Ia Ga Chattanooga, Tenn - A'rIanta, Ga V Memphis, Tenn - - Albany, Ga - - Igaahnan, Ga - -Savannah, Ga - - FIorcncnt, S. C - - Decatur, Ga - - ALIanIa, Ga - . Anniston, Ala - - I3rooIeIyn, N. Y . - RIcI1mond, Va . - Frcepori, N. Y . - Atlanta, Ga . - Lebanon, Tcnn . -AIbany, Ga - - EIbcrIon, Ga - - AI:IanI'a, Ga - -Chicago, III . Charleston, S. C JUNIORS T, SPIVEY, A 'l'12. . . . M. SPRING, JR., BH II. . . H. STOLLARD, fbi K. H. STRICKLAND, B K. . . TAITZ. . . C. TAYLOR . . S. THOMAS ..... H. THOMPSON, 'lt-U1 - . s.ToML1N,.vrQ . . J. TRANSOU . . P. TUMLIN, fue . . M. VOLBERG. . D. WADSWORTH . . E, WAITS .... P. WALKER, Il K KID . . . . D WALL, IIIAO . . E. WALTHALL . . . . W. WARD, JR., ZZ X . . . E. WATTERS, ll K-X - . O. WEBB . . K. WENTZ, XXI' . . A. WEST, 33 'PE - J. WHITE, ZZKIHE . F, WHITE, H011 . . J. WILLIAMS . . H. WILLIAMS, .X T12 . M. WILLIAMS, K A . - Hollandale, Mich. . . Atlanta, Ga. . .Atlanta, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. . . Atlanta, Ga. - -Atlanta, Ga. -Savannah, Ga. - - Atlanta, Ga. - - Atlanta, Ga. - - Atlanta, Ga. . - Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. - -Columbus, Ga. , - Ben Hill, Ga. College Parlr, Ga. - - Monroe, Ga. - Moreland, Ga. - Greenville, Miss. - Hermitage, Ga. - - Atlanta, Ga. - - Narbertlw, Pa, - - Atlanta, Ga. - - Atlanta, Ga. - -Grantville, Ga. - . Atlanta, Ga. - - Blakely, Ga. - - Monroe, Ga. R. WOOLF, 'PK T- - .Central Hershey, Cuba A. WORRELL, l59ll . - -Bowlrng Green, Ky. 1 4? 'FN G. G. H. G. B. PRE-JUNIORS R. BETHUNE, JR. A. BEVIS, 'PIKE H. BLONDET . W. BURKETT, JR. . . J. BURSON . . G. V. BUSSEY . . J. J. E. CARTER . M.CORRAL . . D. H. CURRY, ATA J. V. DORIOT . . KARL DOUGLAS . K. B. FISHER . V. D. GATH . . J. F. GUEST, III K T W. D. HARPER . T. R. HARTLEY . R. J. HJELMFELT . R. L. B. A. W W C. A. HUDSON . E. HUTCHINS . H. KEYSERLING , . S. KOVALEFSKY .J. LALIK . . . A. LINDSTROM A. LOFLIN, JR. B. L, MATHEWS . . R. M. MENDEZ, E N M. V. MILTIADES . S. B. NEISTER . . - . Macon, Ga. Los Angeles, Cal, . . Keolrulc, Iowa - Dry Branch, Ga. . Camilla, Ga. . . Bowman,Ga. . Lenox, Ga. . . Tampa, Fla. . Kissimmee, Fla. . Bristol, Tenn. Wrightsville, Ga. - - Urbanna, Va. . . Wyana,Pa. - - Dudley,Ga. - - Florence, S. C. St. Augustine, Fla. . Holdrege, Neb. . . Macon, Ga. Hattiesburg, Miss. . . Dale, S. C. . . Passaic, N. J. . Garfield, N. J. Little Rock, Ark. . Sav anna lv, Ga. . . Ashburn, Ga. - Santurce, P. R. . Sav anna h, Ga. - . Roanoke, Va. PRE-JUNIORS W. C. NORTON . . J. A. POTTER . . W. H. RATLIFF. JR. . C. A. SINOUEFIELD SAM SOLBERGER, JR. W. M. THOMPSON . . C. M. TIDWELL, 'PK W. T, WHEELER, B K T. W. WIGHT . . - - Meridian, Miss . Tampa, Fia . Sherard, Miss . Lake City, Fla Hattiesburg, Miss . . Cochran, Ga . Orlando, Fla Union City, Tenn - Cairo, Ga LCD L' vb I .f Q i'51f55'4 X -51:1 W . A yi? ' TQ 5 H fl x Hh- , 'Q wb X X xx X si W Q5 ' mfs' 5 gf, E i XL ' If if 'A J it A If fi 2:51. . f, ' '1' y " A l X , v , 13, h A 2' 5 Mxfn 1 I . , gn "--"-' .' fri" 'f !-"- , 1 - ' ' v,i5cQk,,1 -9 ilfi . ,, , J .ff if A 5"' ': ' ' ' I, E ,, 7,57 "-4' ' . 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Avg' ., , - ,.- ,-. 1--'1 - 1 '1.?7i'f5 - X 'W .. , 'V' 'iff ...... -- i , ,' f E .'. -v:sffQ'57s??'3W. 1fJf"J:il-Sw-, ' X x, f 19, 4:3 Hmxmrf,-,Wm-fmavnug -I jfw x- Q : 1: :y n-: , , 5 Q vb N Mk ., 1 WER CLASS DICK BEARD President Barney Lee Abbott Oscar Arnold Abrams Travis Hugh Acree Harwell Leon Adams Robert Ollie Adams Lawrence Richard Ahern Joe Frank Alexander, Jr. George Mitchell Allen Charles Turnage Anderson David Gordon Anderson Harry Hughes Appleby Manuel Raul Arias Wesley Leon Ash James Marvin Bagley, Jr. Benjamin Mart Bailey, Jr. John Harris Bailey Clark Dallas Baker James Howe Baker Marion Willoughby Baker Francis Paul Baldwin James Corbett Barber Hugh Smith Barnes James Ed Barnhill, Jr. Derrick Ernest Barrentine Edgar Barrett Eugene Ottis Batson John William Batts Emmett Luke Battson Joel Chambless Beall Richard Alexander Beard, J Bert Stone Beasley Sophomore Class LAWRENCE HAYS Vice-President William Seabrook Beckett James Winfield Bell Thomas Walter Bennett Edward Joy Benton, Jr. James Carrow Betty Karl Alton Bevins John Raymond Bingham Don Charles Bird Louis Roberts Blanks John Augustus Blitchington Marshall Richard Blume Ernest Marshall Bolze Walter Frank Bosky Harry Burtz Boulware Clittord William Bowers David Clarke Boy Allie Casper Boyd, Jr. Robert George Boyd Lewis Cecil Boykin Marion Howard Bradley William Caskey Brown Willard Lester Brown James Edwin Brunson Frank James Bryan James Erwin Bryan Olot William Bryngelson Haran Worthy Bullard George J. F. Burney Ernest Word Burton Kerby Earl Calloway Herman Bailey Campbell, J .gg,. I'. HARRY APPLEBY Secretary-Treasurer James Clitton Carr Robert Frederick Carter William Lloyd Carver James Allen Castellaw Alvin Bingham Cates Henry Jackson Cates Wilmer Everett Chandler Edward Earl Cheek Hedrick Cheverton Walter Pierce Christy Frederick Whiting Clark Job Winans Clark Richard Douglas Clark George Samuel Clarke, Jr. John William Clegg William Nathaniel Clyatt William Howell Cobb Bruce Albert Cole John Robinson Coley John Stinson Cook William Sidney Cook, Jr. Henry Gibbons Cooper Quentin Durward Corley, Jr. John Mark Cown Elmer Findlay Cox, Jr. Lathrop Boulineau Craig Douglas Schocke Crocker Joseph Clement Crocker, Jr Jack Glenn Croley Zach Taylor Crouch, lll Morde Jett Dabney Bertram Burdell Dales Jerry Alva Davis, Jr. John Craigmiles Davis John Tyler Davis William Young Conn Dean Edmond Mignet deJaive William James Delaney, Jr. Frederick William DeMeritt Ross Milam Dixson Francis Henley Dobbins Henry D'Olive Karl Kirk Domingos Luther Zahn Drennon W. Harrison Duke Henry Pickett Dumas Elliot Dunay Floyd R. Dunn William Goronwy Eager, Jr. Godwin Arthur Eagleton Henry Vivins Earthman George Echelson William Way Edwards, Jr. Sidney Brash Ehrlich George Norman Eisenhart John Thomas Elder Albert Matthews Eldridge Harry David Emmert, Jr. Frank William Evans, Jr. Robert Havard Fagan Carlos Enrique Fernandez Frank Stark Finger, Jr. James Danielly Finley, Jr. Joe Austin Fisher James Robert Fitzpatrick James Middleton FitzSimons Thomas Thorne Flagler, Jr. George Gordon Foulds James Edward Fowler Young Frank Freeman Nathan Myron Frisch Haskell Frosteg Louis Fichs James Ernest Fuller Pope Huguley Fuller James Herbert Gailey, Jr. W. Stokely Garner William Harold Garvin Lester Henry Geiger, Jr. Benjamin Franklin Gerding George Williams Gibbs, Jr. Joseph Ernest Glass Hugh Lee Godwin Jesse Franklin Goins, Jr. Charles Porter Goodyear Frank Ross Goulding Raymond Carl Gourley SOPI-IOMORE CLASS William James Grant Bernard Greenbaum Hyacinth Michael David Grieco Eugene Hinton Grizzard John Benjamin Guerry, Jr. Jack Wilson Guest James Ernest Haile, Jr. William Terrill Hall Rolland Woodrow Hamelin William Thomas Harbin William Benton Harelson James Allen Harman Kenneth Otis Hart David Euston Harvard William Wagstatt Harwood William Vernon Hassett Edward Worthington Hawkins Lawrence Coker Hays, Jr. Richard Larkin Hearns Dawson Adams Henderson, Jr. Henry Henderson Herring Robert Wallace Hersh George Harrison Hightower Arthur Moore Hoagland, Jr. Frank Ellis Hodgdon Nathan Wiley Holbrook Aubry Holland Joshua LeRoy Holley, Jr. Francis Alexander Holloway Alexander Currie Holt, Jr. George Melville Hope, III George Emory Houck, Jr. Orman Francis House Dean Wilson Howard Frank Robert Hudack William Benson Hughs Edward Irwin Hulbert, Jr. Johnnie Carl Hyder Edgar Everett Irwin Hugh Daugherty Ivey, Jr. Henry Goewey Jacobs Willis Samuel James Dinsmore Wendell Jarman William Durward Jenkins William Raymond Jenkins Allen Harold Jensen Charles Vernon Johnson Gerald Johnson James Edward Johnson William Everett Johnson Donald Chapman Johnston Jes Ray Johnston Robert Daniel Johnston Robert Martin Jones John Baile Kackley Joseph Karlick .87- Howard John Keeter Frederick Delmar Kershaw Ralph Witherspoon Kestler Samuel Gordon Kilgore Robert William Kuettner Max Kuniansky Sidney Sam Kuniansky Henry William Ladynsky Julio Lagomasino, Jr. Michael Theodore Lambert Emory Sidney Lanier, Jr. Felton Rodney Lanier Marvin Turner Launius, Jr. Donald Emmet Lee James Kellum Levie, Jr. Oren Raymond Link Sol Tobias Lipsius Gordon Wainwright Little Dick Thomas Lively Barnard Martin Loden George Walton Lokey, Jr. David Daniel Long James Earl Love Howard Payne Loveless, Jr. William Hamilton Lowery William Walland MacKay Ewan Campbell MacQueen John Francis Maier Fred Ferguson Mallory Edward Malzone Edward Andrea Manetta Ivan Holden Mann, Jr. John Thomas Marshall Charles Walton Matthews Robert Millwood Matthews Marvin Reynolds McClatchey Milton Richard McClure John William McCord Sam Spencer McCord William Ward McCoy Robert Festus McDonald Sidney Lanier' McFarland William Malcolm McGough Robert Pennell McGowan William Morgan Mclntosh Robert Alexander McKenzie John Curtis McKinnon, Jr. Kossuth Tinker McKinstry, Jr. Robert Holmes McKown William McNenney William Allen Meeks Richard Nathan Merrill Arthur Albert Miller David William Miller James Paul Mills Robert Alfred Mills Paul Jones Mitchell Lewis Robert Mobley Ben Webb Molle Charles Alexander Moore, Jr. James Stanley Moore, lll Charles Gray Morgan William Franklin Morris Gervis Grainger Morrison Lorraine Mickel Moye, Jr. James Patrick Mulloy James Thomas Mundy Lucian Burdell Munn Lee Ray Munroe, Jr. Charles Ernest Munz Gerard Erreckson Murray Sidney Kay Neill William Louis Netherland Steve Judson Newton Alvin Wallace Nissenbaum Leland James O'Callaghan John Washington Oxtord, Jr. Eugene Callaway Padgett Euripides Thomas Paoageorge Thurston Harvey Park James Guyton Parks Charlie Raymond Parrish, Jr. Robert Lee Parrish Valvard DeForrest Parrott, Jr. Charie Ralph Pease William Austin Peavy Julian Preston Perkins Sam Russell Phillips Clinton Badger Pike, Jr. Howard Krook Pike Henry Lee Plage Erle Lee Plunkett Edgar Allen Poe Lee Scott Poer James Guy Ponder Oswald Blant Porter, Jr. Madison Post James Basil Powell Demetrio Presilla, Jr. Charles Beauprie Preston Paul Walton Purdom Fred Bryan Ragland James Blakely Rammage Jacob Sherman Ramsey, Jr. William Latayette Ray Roy Edgar Rayle Ralph David Reisman Preston Harmon Reynolds Richard Valerion Richard Hugh Willie Richards James Ross Richardson, Jr. SOPHOMORE CLASS Domer Frederick Ridings, .I Charles Harrington Ris, Jr. William Chris Roache W. Hal Roberts Lyman Hall Robertson Edward England Rogers William Lanier Rooney Jerome Santord Rosenberg David Rosenzweig Alden Chester Russell, Jr. James Coogan Ryan S. Bradtord Rymer, Jr. William Scandrett Charles Lane Schroeder, Jr. Paul Richard Schuh Roy Second Raymond August Seitert George Kersley Selden, Jr. Henry Austin Senior John Wiley Shepherd William Clyde Shepherd Raymond Shepley John Edgar Shipp William Henry Shoemaker George Pedro Silva Charles Read Simons V. Archie Thomas Simpson, Jr. Marion DuBose Sims, Jr. Jack Dye Sinclair Raymond Singer William Brighton Singleton William Vernon Skiles, Jr. Ralph Ernest Slay Charles Woodburn Smith Fred Albert Smith Francis Wilson Smith Fred Warren Smith Hugh Smith Norman Pryor Smith, Jr. Otwell Dozier Smith William Gibbs Smith, Jr. William Arthur Snellgrove, Thomas Mason Sparks James Grafton Spencer Leo Judah Spencer Allan Raymon Spreen Lynwood Altord Stapleton Walter Graham Stockdale Charles Alexander Stokes Charles Winston Stone, Jr. Harry Max Strauss, Jr. Winton Harold Strickland Henry Lowery Stulb Ashworth Nathaniel Stull Thomas Edwin Sullivan 4353. J C. A. Summerlin, Jr. Robert Mohler Sweet Henry Woodrutt Swift George Crosland Taylor Jerry Hampton Taylor, Jr. Alphonse Grace Terranella Ernest Shaw Tharpe Omer Lee Thomas Smith Blythe Thomas Gilbert Vernon Tillman Franklin McCawley Tolin Richard Bell Tolin James Melrose Tripp Samuel Malone Troutman John Robinson Tutts Rudolph Joseph Tulka Armando Joaquin Valdes Paul Sherman Van Bushkirk Holcombe Mathurine Verdery Richard Augustus Verdier Charles Banner VonCanon Robert Ramsey Voorhees Henry Horst Vfadsworth Louis Dane Wagner B. Pressley Walker Frank Alvin Walker William Edward Wallace lgnatius Herman Wallmeyer Myron Irving Wasserman James McCleary Watts William Damon Webb Harry Nathan Weber Henry Robert Weinstein Wade Cantrell Wells Malcolm Hugh Westberry, Jr. Hoyt Edward White James Louis Whitehead John David Whorton Harry Wicker John Wilbur Wilkerson William Louis Willcox Robert Mabry Williams Wallace Crawford Williams James Harvey Wilson, Jr. William Glenn Wilson James Meredith Wing Arthur August Wittnebel Thomas Edward Yandre Samuel Richard Young Richard Allen Zachry Kenneth Smythe Zerwich Robert Cadell Zimmerman Raphael Andrew Zoeller JACK NIXON Rrcsidcnt John Clinton Abrams Forrest Lauchlin Adair l-lerman Hoyal Adams Harold Winston Adams Robert Lee Adams Robert Preston Aldridge John l-lood Alexander William Jackson Alexander Davis Michael Allen Livy Duncan Allen Thomas Richard Allen l-looper Deal Almond Joseph Nathaniel Amis George Stockton Amos William Manry Amos Alvin Victor Anderson Otho Bruce Andrews Robert Louis Armor, Jr. John Jetterson Askew James Walter Atkins, Jr, Charles Alphonse Auclair David Munroe Baeder Seber Edgar Bagley, Jr. Charles Thomas Baker, Jr. l-larold Russell Baker William Ctis Baker Charles Brady Baldwin Freshman Class ,Mm ,..-ION JACK Cl-llVlNGTON Vice-President Pendleton Gaines Baldwin Robert Douglas Ballantyne l-lunter Scott Bandy Willis Eugene Banks Jack McWhorter Barber .John Calvin Barkley Tommy William Barnes Cargill Massenburg Barnett Irvin Barnett William l-lalbert Barnett Robert Willard Barrentine Sidney Joseph Barret Butord Dean Battle Harold Grafton Beall Alden Query Beaty Charles Leland Beaudrot l-larry William Beck John Gilchrist Bedell Cliver McNair Bell William Walter Bennett l-lenry Ferdinand Berger Clayton Shoemaker Berry, J Charles Augustus Bickerstatt, Jr. Joe Wesley Blackwell William Coghill Bliss Rovert l-loiward Bloodworth Bertram Morton Blum A Secretary-Trcasu Joseph l-laire Boatwright Furman Gist Bobo Joseph Merritt Body Robert Oscar Boote l-lugh Woodrutt Bowden Elbert Munsey Box John Buckner Boy Joseph James Boyd Jesse Austin Bradshaw Davis Alexander Bragg, Jr Charles Wilson Brannon Joe Dunckley Brastield Edward Franklin Brewer Luther Thomas Brewer Roy Roscoe Bridges, Jr. Thomas Frederick Brinson James Albert Brittain James l-loward Brooks l-loyt Edward Broward Arthur Melvin Brown Edmund Daniel Brown l-lerbert Stanton Brown, Jr l-layden William Brown John Willcox Brown, Jr. Robert Earl Brown James Remley Brumby Matthew James Burger -89- i CHARLES BICKERSTAFF f Homer Wilson Burgess William Asbury Burgess Robert Elbert Burks, Jr. Arthur Burrows Burnham James Maddux Burns Roswell lson Butler Whitley Herron Butner Joseph Pitts Byrd James Williams Caldwell Charles Hyman Calhoun William Laws Howard Calley Robert Fell Camp Milton Orson Campbell Vance Dodson Campbell William Cooper Campbell Charles William Carey John Edgar Carmack Maurice Walter Carmichael John Alfred Carran . Frank Cartmel, Jr. Victor Barnett Casey Thuran Eugene Cash, Jr. Joseph Kenneth Centorbi Ray Edsell Chamberlain Robert Earl Chan James Emory Chapman Robert Woodward Chapman William Lee Childers John Robert Childs, Jr. John Logan Chivington George Eli Chotas lJackl John Campbell Clark Robert LaGrone Clarke Walter Campbell Clarke Joe Austin Cochran James Carroll Cogburn, Jr. Ben Gaston Cole Edward Guy Cole, Jr. Edward Russell Collins Benjamin Franklin Colmer, Jr. Jack Rupert Cone William Joseph Cook James Victor Cooper John Arthur Cork FRESHMAN CLASS Manuel Margarito Cortes Wallace Atkinson Cotten John George Courtney, Jr. . Charles Lee Cover, Jr. William Frank Cox Wayne Spurgeon Cox John Paul Cranshaw Hugh Crawford Jesse Callaway Crawford John Lee Crawford Richard Louis Creamer Will Newton Crouch Cecil Franklin Crumblev Harold Jesse Crumly Laurence Wheeler Dabney Robert John Daniel Preston Harley David Lloyd Wallace Davidson James Joseph Davis, Jr. Richard Archer Davis Raymond Gilbert Davis Charles Hillman Davison Durell Thomas Dean James Douglas Dean Samuel Denton Dekle Horace Franklin Denning Frank DePeterse, Jr. Domingo Adolfo Diaz Carlos Goldsmith Dick Joe King Dillard, Jr. John Francis Dillon Thomas William Dillon William Bethel Doe, Jr. John Edward Dogin Herbert Lee Donald, Jr. Thomas James Donnelly, Jr. Richard Frank Donovan lvey Oscar Drewry Woodrow Wood Dulin Barnwell Sams Dunlap, Jr. Raymond Charles Durgan John Daniel Earle Leon Economy Fred Thomas Edwards .90. George Lee Edwards Jackson Lane Edwards Paul Judson Eldredge Dick Downing Elliott Jesse Boyd Elrod, Jr. Robert Edwin Emmons Earl Brackett Emrey Julius Manson Engram Lamar Lyndon Eubanks Richard Macklin Evans William Doughty Evans William Frederick Eve Wade Hampton Eve Howard Keeling Faver John Davis Falk Lawrence Charles Fallon Edward Clark Fambrough Hal Curtis Felsher Joseph Moreland Feltus, Jr Charles Wilfred Ferguson John Vernon Ferguson Edgar Dawson Ferrell Robert Harold Ferst Reuben Elbert Fields Harrell Melville Fincher Douglas Gardner Fink Leonard Stephen Fisher Alvin Roux FitzSimons Jack Gleason Fleming John Stell Fletcher Emmett Leslie Flowers Frank Emmett Floyd Joel Orval Fly, Jr. Albert Thomas Flynt Collins Moore Flynt Edward Reid Flynt Eugene Vincent Fontaine Robert Sedgewick Ford Roy Chappel Fordham James Willard Fowler Sam Hall Fowler John Scott Fraser William Delancey Frierson John Spencer Frye William Meriwether Furlow Robert Lee Furman Irvin Gassenheimer, Jr. Leonard Louis Gaulois Chester Gavin, Jr. Robert Mack Gibbs Frank Gibson William Claud Gibson, Jr. Waldo Harlan Gibson Cuthbert Guerard Giles Ordell A. Gilland Surles Oscar Gillespie, Jr. Louis Burghard Glendenning Johnnie Glustrom Martin Amorous Goette Mortimer Lasker Goldman Benjamin Schoppaul Goodwin Marvin Gottesman Daniel Awbrey Graham Herbert Paul Graham Clarence W. Graves, Jr. Theodore Eugene Green Ralph Edwin Gretzinger Robert James Grittin Thomas Puckett Grittin Joe Martin Groom Joseph William Gugel Edward Carew Guilford Louis Altord Gulley Graham Lee Gunn Roger Walter Hackett William Davis Hall, Jr. Robert Marion Halman Arthur Fort Hammond Dosier D. Hammond, Jr. Grattan Hammond, Jr. Ralph James Hancock, Jr. Lucius Hannon, Jr. Walter Daniel Hardee Neil English Harlan John Marmon Harmon Ben Cris Harris William Randolt Harris Nat Cole Harrison FRESHMAN CLASS Nathaniel Goodman Harrison,J Orrin Lea Harrison, Jr. George Owens Haskell James Augustus Haynes Charlie DuBose Hazlehurst James Davis Head Beryl Headrick William Robert Hetlin Knowles Hyer Henley George William Herring Rutus Jettersori Herring, Jr. Stephen George Heycey John Wilson Hicks Condry Clenton Higginbotham Glenn Carl Hightower Nathaniel Lee Hightower, Jr. Olin Melvin Hill Thomas Lee Hill Jonas Ewing Hite, Jr. Ray Corning Hites Stanley Noott Holditch Philip McGee Holliday Frank Ward Holt, Jr. Ralph Eugene Hood Cyrus William Horton David Albert Howard Jack Orr Howard Laurence Howard Milton Williams Howard, Ill William Rembert Howell Lex Walter Hubbard Lester Earle Hubbell Allan Clark Hudson Harry Hamilton Hudson Morley Alvin Hudson Jimmie Franklin Hutt Burnett Norton Hull Gilbert Norman Hultzon Floyd Lawson Humphrey Homer Harris Hunt Billiam Bennett Hunt Brooks LeRoy Hursey Joseph Fulton Hutchinson Edwin Wright Irby -9i. Willard Hendry James Douglas Laprade Jarrard Fred Pierce Jeter, Jr. Arthur Cameron Johnson, Jr. Charles Beverly Johnson Charles Dundas Johnson Claude Ellis Johnson Dan Johnson Robert Linder Johnson, Jr. William Bo Johnston William Marshall Johnston Albert Edward Jones Ben Perry Jones Samuel Millard Jones William L. Jones Leland K. 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Lominack Charles Riggs Long John Raymond Long Orlando Clower Long, Jr. Gordon Bert Lovejoy Bradford Bisbee Maclntyre Robert Dixon Maddux William Hale Malone Abram Marks Hughs Key Marshall Palmer Lee Martin Edward Dow Mason Walter Mettauer Massey Henry Gaither Mathews James Remington Matthews Robert Glenn Matthews Edward Hagen Mattingly William Thomas Mauldin Raymond Harry Mayer Allen Douglass Mayfield Charles Augustus Mayhew George Herman McBride, Jr. Francis Woodward McCathern John Newlin McClain James Hulsey McClure Harold Len McCommon Robert Small McCown Joe Henry McCullough Hugh Dudley McDonald William Charles McFee Howell Matt McGaughey, Jr. William Noel McGibony Roderick Burke Mclntosh Nat Graves McLean Olivette Colby McLean, Jr. Raymond Oscar Metcalf Clyde Edward Miller, Jr. Theodore Thomas Miller William Akins Miller Cooper Newton Mills FRESHMAN CLASS Buntus John Anastasius Mitchell Marvin George Mitchell James Harris Mobley George Floyd Montgomery Spencer Virgil Montgomery Robert Sell Moon William Weatherly Moore Hugh Grady Moore William Edwards Moore Eugene Morelli Coy Myron Morgan Hugh Dean Morgan James Perry Morgan George Farris Morton Dan Moss Alto Reynolds Munn John Clegg Munro Pat Munroe Frank Julian Myers Charles Minchin Neal Elmer Lynn Neese John Richard Neves, Jr. Andrew Barry Crook Nicholls William Hugh Nicholson Brailstord Troup Nightingale Jack Uhl Nixon Harry Richard O'Brien Thad Sam Oliver, Jr. Oscar LaFayette Olson Morris Oman Joseph Norbert O'Neil Wyley Alexander O'Ouinn, Jr. John Thomas O'Rear Frank Stone Osborne, Jr. Wilbur Rush Otey William Calvin Painter, Jr. Charles Baker Palmer James Frederick Parker Audey William Parrish Edward Lapsley Patton, Jr. William Hamilton Paxton, Jr. Jack Brewster Pearce Glenn Henry Peavy Adolph Gustavo Peetz .92- John Brittain Pendergrast William Richard Penn Ted Perdue Charles Stuart Perry Edward Vincent Perry, Jr. Hans Jack Peterson Judson Conner Pheny Frederick Funston Phillips James Hamilton Phillips Nathan Randall Phillips Paul Clayton Plaginos James Conrad Platt Howard Burnard Plummer James Bruce Pollock Arthur Gray Pope Frank Murphy Potts Glenn Emery Prahl Walter Eugene Pritchard John Miller Raine Paschal Moran Rapier George DeLorian Ray, Jr. Secelar Claxton Ray Ernest Rees Altred William Rehbaum, Jr. Arthur George Reisman Paul Reynolds, Jr. Jett Smith Rhyne Henry Mitchel Rice Alonzo Richardson John Richardson Joseph Williamson Rickett Leonard Joseph Riggio Julius Clifford Roberts Sam Andrew Roberts Samuel Noble Roberts, Jr. John Franklin Robertson, Jr. Samuel Graham Robertson, Jr Carl Washington Robeson, Jr. Woods White Rogers, Jr. Sam George Roney Elier Roqueta Sidney Rosotsky Thurman Ceicle Ross John Ryscuck ny .eff ' 2271? 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'fl ' K W. ff? l 5 E fi ,W 'Mile' 3 E ing 2 l f vig ,Loy '11 :gl af 1 me swf -?"".f - . w qkfffwr, ,, l f vs -.-, M ay A M .2 I if ,1 , . 5 ?21l-rw". 23-QMQ7, . ,. , l .rf .,,, . V, s VBNN 3' ii YJQ, , . 4 - pwwyfv- f if -. FN . . . f 2 W-., A V' 'M ,ww f ? 5 Honor Council K ' X- Q P' C. R. YATES R. A. HEFNER W. H. GLENN G. H. BOGGS R. P. DAWSON N. C. EBAUGH Left to right: Yates, Glenn, Dawson, Hefner, Boggs, Ebauglw. 97 BILLY GLENN President Student Council M EM B ER S Wright Paulk Jerry Perkerson John Ridley Clarence Roberts Jack Rountree Charlie Yates John Wilcox Mason Williams l-larry Appleby Dick Beard Jay Cannon Billy Glenn Dan Holsenbeck Dillon Kalkhurst Culver Kidd Chick Meehan Vincent Millen Marion Moody Russell Nauman Jack Nixon The' Georgia Tech Student Coun cil was conceived and organized by Dean W. Vernon Skiles in the year l923. l-lis primary purpose was to establish a connecting link between the taculty and the stu- dent body in order that the latter might have a medium through which they could voice their opin- ions and complaints to the school otticials. Generally speaking, the Council was given the job ot su- pervising all phases ot the cam- pus lite except the work ot the Y. M. C. A., the Athletic Association, and the social traternities. More specifically, it has charge ot all student elections? if CllVCC'fS all branches ot publications workg it takes action on all suggeStiOnS OT SlCUCl2'W'f5 and VUl25 On their complaintsg it disciplines cases ot student misdemeanors, represents the student body at all student conventions and other meetings ot student leaders and serves in all other branches ot work as may arise under the duties prescribed by its constitution. The Council is composed ot twenty-tour men. Five are elected to represent the senior class, tour tor the iunior class, two tor the sophomore class, and two from each sec- tion ot co-op students. The other members are the presi- dent ot the lntertraternity Council, the president ot the Y. M. C. A., the editors ot all publications, and the presi- dents ot each class. This group takes ottice at the close ot each school year and serves intact the tollowing year. Its olticers are elected by the Council at the tirst meeting in September. During the past year the Council has been extremely active although there have been no outstanding instances ot extreme legislative or judicial work. This was due per- haps to the absence ot rival political cliches on the campus this year. .Q8. JOHN RIDLEY Vice-President Student Council The Council has proved itselt worthwhile to the students in that it has given tinancial aid to practically every organi- zation and society in the school. The perpetuation ot sev- eral groups has been contingent on loans and gitts trom the 5' S A Student Council treasury. All through the year the council has seen that Georgia Tech has been well represented at both press and governmental conventions. Certain ot the employees ot the school, usually paid trom other tunds, have been carried this year by the Council. This year the Student Council has shown an interest in the youth movement ot the nation by actively participating in the National Student Federation ot America. Tech was host to the president ot that organization early in the year in order that the students might get tirst hand intormation to the purposes and WOI'lClr1QS ot H16 l:6Cl- MASQN WILLIAMS eration. Also, plans 5eC'm'Y were laid to torm a city-wide student torum to discuss pertinent campus and national problems with other local school leaders. ' Q. Then too, the Student Council put a stop to all sugges- tions ot gratt in connection with the running ot the lnter- traternity Dances. A rigid investigation was conducted by the Council and everything was shown to be above board. ln addition to all ot these accomplishments the Council has handled the usual routine ot matters which arise yearly very successtully. Problems trom the publications, selec- tion ot new editors and business managers, suggestions ot moves beneficial to the student body were all carried out or disposed ot in a satistactory manner. ln general, it may be said that the Georgia Tech Stu- dent Council has just completed one ot its most pro- 3 CLARENCE ROBERTS T,eaSU,e, gressive and harmonious years. First row: Cannon, Holsenbeclc, Kallmhurst, Kidd, Meehan, Millen, Nauman.. - - Second row: Paulk, Perlcerson, Rountree, Yates, Moody, Nixon. .99. The BLUE PRINT JAY CANNON THORNTON DEAS Editorein-Chief Art Editor HARVEY FELL ALLEN JENSEN FRED COX BOB JOHNSTON Faculty Editor Photographic Editor Senior Editor Junior Editor ASSOCIATE EDITORS E Dillon Kallrhurst Fred Coward Vincent Millen Charlie Yates ART STAFF Torn Little Johnny Houser Hal Greer Bill Rosarnond Bill Finch Roy White Ed Sack G. M. Allen Dave Long A, C. Holt W. J. Delaney Ed Mattingly EDITORIAL STAFF J. H. Turner A. M. Koplin Dan I-lolsenbeclc H. H. Schroeder M. A. Hudson E. B. White J. G. Courtney R. S. McCown J. F. Hutchinson J. B. Pendergrast F. W. Webb O. C. McClean Allen Morris R. E. Burlrs DAVE EMMERT HARVEY WEST Associate Editor Sports Editor STAFF of 1935 A ALBERT GIBSON CHARLES E. SUMNER, JR. Feature Editor Business Manager DeWITT WORRELL DELOS SPRING PHIL HARR JOE ATKINSON Associate Manager Associate Manager Associate Manager Associate Manag BiIIy PooIe Jack Ramsey Ed. Emmons David Silver Harry Beck George Waite GEORGE SMITH BOB ZIMMERMAN Irwin Gassenneimer BUSINESS STAFF Dick Richards BIII Hunt W. H. James Ed. CoIe Lee Mingledortlt Bert Beasley Lowry Stulb Associate Manager Associate Manager Joe Boatwright -lOl- DILLON KALKI-I URST Editor-in-Chiet The TECHNIQUE BILL KIRKPATRICK Managing Editor I J ...E A ALLEN MORRIS ED SACK JIM WATKINS FRED COX Associate Editor Associate Editor Sports Editor Associate Editor ADVISORY BOARD Aibert Gibson Jay Cannon Doug Bullard Charlie Yates Vin MiIIen Geo. P. BurdcII Charlie Sumner Mac Keiscr Pierre Dawson Wright Paulk Marion Moody Joe Alexander David Long Dave Boy Dick Verdier C. M. Lokey Chick Meehan Dick Richard Jack McKinnon Larry Montague D. L. Echois G. W. Lokey, Jr. D. Boone I-Iolsenbcclc Nat Frisch Sam McCreary I-Ioke Simpson SPORTS DEPARTMENT Vfailie Moye Marty Goldman Les I-IubbeII Dave Silver I-IaI Curtiss Eelsher John Boy S. T. Lipsius CargiIl Barnett Victor Casey Joc Brastivld DAVE LUNTZ POP SIEGEL Ashley Little Bili Alexander Bobby Burks Associate Editor Associate Editor -102- STAFF of 1935 CULVER KIDD FRED COWARD Assistant BLsinc S Managw Business Mdnagh A A Y L l T 1 yrrghr .- ,L.,,: 'T , 7 l 1 DONALD JOHNSTON KERSLEY SELDEN FREDDIE FUCI-IS JOHN OSTER Associate Manager Associaic Managzzr Circulation Cirgufation BUSINESS DEPARTMENT .,k Fwd Jafar ,Timmy Bums Z 7"kk CHM Russwll Vfiflmd lamcs Sf E T j CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT ,H AT!-'rw M T'-' ks Pvt' XXfxlTiams L-Tmrliv Jmhm-ann Ld Fnmlwrmfqh JERRY MCDONALD ED PEEPLFS CircuTa'tTon Associate Manag-'r Jw- Body lwrwwwy HUTT The YELLOW TACKET VINCENT MILLEN ALBERT GIBSON Editor-In-CIWICI Managing Editgr D. L. ECI-IOLS ED PEEPLES ABEN deALMAR MARSHALL BLUME Associate Editor Associate Editor Art Editor Art Staff Jay Cannon Wallie Moya A. J. Little BrII Paxton S. B. Rymer I-Iarry OIBrien AII-en Morris Charht' Graaf Joe Alcxander Torn Sanders AIIen PaIrner EDITORIAL DiIIon KaIIchurst J. A. Mitchell Ray MarshaII Cooper CarnpbelI David Rosenzweig N. A. Van Natter T. D. Langford ART Torn Morgan Dick Evans I-I. C. FeISher Chas. Sumner C. D. Cotten, Jr R. E. Burks I-Ienry MerriII V. B. Casey Chick Meehan T. E. Blackburn James Markley Ralph Jones GORDON CATTS FOLEY TREADWAY D. A. Henderson Associate Editor Associate Editor STAFF of 1935 BERT GRUTERS CHARLIE YATES Circulation Manager Business Manager ED SPWEY HENRY SWIFT HUBERT BROWN BILL CARVER A55'5t5nt MBVTGBQV Asswtanl Manage' Associate Manager Assistant Manager FREDDIE FUCHS GUS ERVIN Circulation Manager Associate Manager BUSINESS STAFF E, B. Slaton C. A. Biclrerstatl Frank Gibson Parmalee Martin Ed Klein Joe Byrd Ernest Rees M. A. Hudson Jack Courtney Jack Clwivington Bill Painter CIRCULATIGN STAFF D, C. Johnston H, Tolbert C. L, Cover E. L. Patton J. G. Commins M. H. Hudson B. L. Abbott L. L. 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JERRY PERKERSON JOHN RIDLEY SHORTY ROBERTS CHARLES SMITH CHARLES SUMNER CHARLIE YATES VINCENT MILLEN Secretary CHARLIE YATES Treasurer ni WW Xfeimel QD -1-.23 il W T Q7 V435 17 iss' any f. 'Q ij Ill H. K. Brown , G. R. Catts B. J. Dasher A. A. deAlmar L. J. Drum W. J. Ellison W. H. Glenn E. A. L. Holloway C. A. Hoyt V. L. Millen C. E. Nelson E . L. Pearson Phi Kappa Phi Among the prizes offered tor scholarship by the Georgia School ot Technology is membership in the honor society, Phi Kappa Phi, to which a limited number ot seniors representing all departments are elected annually. Phi Kappa Phi is a national organization with chapters in many ot the leading universities and colleges, and wherever it has been established it has proved a stimulus not only to scholarships but to all-round manhood. The society was Founded in l897 and installed here in l9l4. The local chapter ot Phi Kappa Phi awards annually a scholarship cup to that member ot the senior class who has made the highest average on the basis ot all work taken in this institution. MEMBERS J. G. Preston T. B. Roper C. C. Saal J. L. Skinner C. L. Smith O. Suarez L. B. Taylor N. W. Thomas R, D. Walker W. P. Welch C. R. Yates A. J. York Eirst Row: York, cleAlmar, Seal, Millen, Holloway, Nelson, Walker, Preston. - Second Row: Ellison, Dasher, Welch, Thomas, Skinner, Suarez, Smith, Pearso - - - Third Row: Roper, Brown, Yates, Glenn, Taylor, l-loyt, Drum, Catts. -lIO- Tau Beta Pi Tau Beta Pi is a national honorary engineering traternity tounded in l885. The Alpha Chapter ot Georgia otters membership to twenty- tive engineering students ot each graduating class who can quality according to standards ot scholarship, character, loyalty, personality, leadership, and school activities. The tact that Tau Beta Pi is the second oldest honorary traternity in the country and numbers among its members many ot our leading engineers, malces membership in the society a coveted honor. The local chapter ot Tau Beta Pi gives annually a scholarship cup to that member ot the sophomore class in Engineering or Architecture, who has made the highest average on the basis ot the worlc ot three terms. MEMBERS t-l. C. Ballard J. G. Brown CS. R. Catts E. W. Cox, Jr. B. K. Craig, Jr. A. A. deAlmar J. B. Dent L. J. Drum, Jr. W. J. Ellison, Jr. A. L. Ervin S. T. Gibson E. A. L. Holloway C. A. l'loyt C . W. Lines lfirst Row: Nauman, Ellison, Ballard, l-loyt, Smith, McNair, deAlmar, Catts, Craig, Holloway, Ervin .... Sccond Row: Cox, Dent, Whitlock, Nelson, Newton, Saal, Spohn, Dashcr, Johnson, Lines, Preston. - - -Third Row: Welch, Mallo, Suarez, Williams, Drum, Moody, Taylor, Brown, Gibson. W. VINCENT MIL O. Mallo B. McNair L. Millen L. Moody W. Neuman E. Nelson, Jr. P. Newton, Jr C. Saal L. Smith, Jr. E. Spohn Suarez R. Taylor P. Welch Whitlock DAVID LONG President l.. R. Ahern B. M. Bailey C. R. Bautz D. C. Bird W. F. Boslcy M. R. Blume J. W. Clegg Z. T. Crouch l-l. D. Emmert Y. F. Freeman N. M. Frisch J. l'l. Gailey B. F. Gerding K. O. l-lart Phi Eta Sigma Phi Eta Sigma, honorary scholastic fraternity devoted to the pro- motion ot scholarship among students ot the freshman class, was founded at the University ot Illinois by Dean Thomas Clarlc. The chapter at Tech was established in l93O and has since done much to encourage study among the tirst year men. ln i930 only two per cent. ot the freshman class were eligible tor membership, while in I933, more than ten per cent. were able to become members. MEMBERS W. D. Flughs A. l-l. Jensen Max Kunianslcy S. S. Kunianslcy D . D. Long J. C. McKinnon L. R. Mobley C. l'l. Ris Raymond Shepley M. D. Sims R. C. Verdier W. E. Wallace J. M. Watts First Row: Ahern, Bailey, Boslcy, Clegg, Crouch, Emmert, Freeman, Frisch. . . Second Row: l-lart, Jensen, Ris, Shepley, Sims, Verdier, Wallace, Blume. .iiz. Pi Tau Sigma Pi Tau Sigma was tounded in l9l5 and installed at Georgia Tech in I932. A National Mechanical Engineering Fraternity which elects to membership outstanding mechanical engineering students in the junior and senior years. An annual reward ot an engineering hand- book is made to the sophomore mechanical engineering student who has attained the highest average on the basis ot three terms' work. MEMBERS R. S. Albright E. H. Atkinson A. C. Arrington G. L. Ball J. E. Bradtield G. R. Catts, Jr. L. J. Drum, Jr. W. F. Gillies, Jr. D. Glass, Jr. M. Gracey First Row: Keiser, Taylor, Drum, Richards, Morrison, Catts, Moody .... Second Row: Atkinson, Albright, Latta, Bradtieid, Glass .... Third Row: Gillies, Steed- man, Arrington, Hansen, Gracey. W. T. l-lansen C. A. l-loyt M. G. Keiser R. A. Latta M. L. Moody E. G. Morrison R. Richards W. B. Steedman Jr G. R. Taylor -Il3- WRIGHT PAULK President J. E. Atkinson Fl. K Brown D. B. Bullard J. L. Cannon G. R. Catts J. G. Commins C. D. Cotten F. L. Coward F. W. Cox, Jr. R. P. Dawson A. A. deAlmar R. C. Eley Pi Delta Epsilon ,P In l909, Pi Delta Epsilon was founded at Syracuse University in an ettort to stimulate interest in collegiate journalism. Since then it has grown to an organization ot torty-six chapters and 6,000 members. The local chapter, founded in l922, is one ot the strongest ot the traternity. The Pi Delta Epsilon Fashion Show is a teature ot the collegiate year, interesting merchants in advertising in Tech publications. Two dinner dances are held annually atter each initiation. Requirements tor membership are at least two years' equivalent work on a publica- tion. MEMBERS A. L. Ervin F. C. Kidd, Jr. W. T. Paulk l-l. L. Fell, Jr. W. S. Kirkpatrick F. E. Sack F. F. Fuchs R. P. Kytle R. A. Siegel A. F. Gibson D. M. Luntz l-l. S. Simpson B. E. Gruters W. A. Maner J. W. Smith P. l. l-larr J. M. Markley F. T. Spivey F. A. L. Holloway S. L. McCreary D. M. Spring C. lngram G. F. McDonald C. E. Sumner L. lngram J. W. Meehan T. F. Treadway R. M. Jacobs L. Moody J. O. Watkins E. D. Kalkhurst L. A. Morris F. W. Williams M. G. Keiser John Oster, Jr. C. R. Yates First Row: deAlmar, Atkinson, Bullard, Cannon, Catts, Cotten, Coward, Dawson, Kalkhurst, Keiser, Kirkpatrick.. - -Second Row: Sumner, Yates, Gibson, Simpson, Brown, Cornmins, Fley, Holloway, lngram, L., Meehan, Moody. - - -Third Row. Smith, Williams, Morris, Sack, Cox, Siegel, Oster, Ervin, Kytle, l-larr, McCreary. . - - Fourth Row: Kidd, Fuchs, McDonald, Spring, Treadway, Luntz, Fell, Markley, Gruters, lngram, C., Spivey. -Il4- Briaorean Society The Briaerean Society is an honorary fraternity which was founded at Georgia Tech in l9l2 tor the purpose ot promoting high ideals in scholarship, as well as in campus activities, among the students ot the Co-operative Department. lts membership is selected trom the mem- bers ot the three upper classes in that department who have a gen- eral average ot three or more. Among its activities are included the presentation ot a scholarship award to the sophomore Co-op hav- ing the highest grades tor his freshman year: the presentation ot a scholarship cup to the senior Co-op having the highest average tor his entire tive years at Tech: and the Briaerean Annual Formal Ball. J. B. Batson L. E. Bessemer G. lf. Bevis B. T. Burson A. N. Bray J. E. Carter W. M. Cobb C. T. Cottey J. M., Corral B. J. Dasher W. J. Ellison R. A. Hudson MEMBERS L. J. Hutchins J. J. Hill J. P. Johnson E. W. Jordahn C. W. Lines C. A. Lotlin W. A. McCree T. C. Moore R. X5CH'Nauman E. T. Preston J. G. Preston T. S. Pryor First Row: Preston, J. G., McCree, Johnson, Cobb, Stevens, Hill, Pryor, Bevis, Burson Hutchins- - . Second Row: Hudson, Ratlrtt, Lines, Wall, Welch, Rountree, Nau- man, Respess, Bessemer, Bray.. - - Third Row: Preston, E. T., Cottey, Strickland, Carter, Corral, Lotlin, Register, Smith, Steele, Williams. BEN DASHER and BILL ELUSON Presidents H. Respess J. R. Rountree W. J. Register W. H. Ratlitt J. T. Smith L. L. Steele H. H. Strickland H. A. Stevens L. D. Wall W. P. Welch T. J. Williams -ii5- , I CHARLES SMITH V President R. L. Bennett L. E. Bessemer C C . .Birchmore J. G. Bishop J. G. Brown G. A. Brown E. M. Bulloch J. G. Commins C C . . Corbin J. T. Davenport A. C. Fraga E. J. Gillespie Kappa Eta Kappa Kappa Eta Kappa, a national protessional electrical engineering tra- ternity, was tounded at the University ot Iowa in I923. The local chapter which was first Icnown as the High Tension Club, received its charter in I928. Its membership is otlered to those junior and senior electrical engineering students who possess the required qualifications ot scholarship, character and leadership. In order to encourage high scholastic attainments among electrical engineering students Kappa Eta Kappa each year presents the sopho- more in electrical engineering who has the highest average with an engraved log-log slide rule. MEMBERS E. D. Griesinger E. T. Preston B. E. Gruters W. I-I. Raymond K. I-I. I'Ianner I-I. Roberts lvl. E. I-Iubbard C. B. Rogers J. K. Jernigan B. W. Scott I. L. Lamar C. L. Smith G. W. Lines S. T. Stendera M. O. Mallo O. Suarez V. E. Mohler T. F. Treadway W. M. Murphey C. N. Walker W. I-I. Neukomn W. E. Wilson E. L. Pearson I'I. M. Woodard A. E. Perlcins First Row: Pearson, Perlrins, Commins, Treadway, Bennett, Bessemer, Birchmore, Brien .... Second Row: Corbin, Davenport, I-Ianner, I-Iubbard, Jernigan, Lamar, Mello, Neulcomn .... Third Row: Raymond, Roberts, Scott, Stendera, Suarez, Morrisey. E -II6- Kappa Kappa Psi Kappa Kappa Psi, a national honorary musical traternity tounded in l9I9 and installed at Tech in I924, is composed ot those men who have been outstandingly associated with the loand or other musical organizations ot the school. Kappa Kappa Psi has done much to encourage and improve the band and to create a spirit ot co-operation and mutual interest among the musicians ot the school. MEMBERS P. H. Awtrey M. W. Balcer M. C. Colson E. L. Dale N. Damianos K. H. Hanner L. W. Jackson A. J. Kelly A. M. Hoagland H. W. Ladynslci Eirst Row: Kelly, Lamar, Treadway, Damianos, Colson .... Second Row: Morrisey, Raymond, Rhyne, Rinn, Schilling. -ll7- E -far KENNETH HANNER President I. L. Lamar J. W. Morrisey D. E. Ridings T. H. Riggs W. H. Raymond C. Rhyne H. L. Rinn E. K. Schilling T. E. Treadway S. R. Young FRAN K M ELSON President P. Burnett T. Cohen S. Culpepper C. R. Cunningham . W. Pellcer M. Holsenbeclc M. lsmet l.. Jones I Phi Psi Phi Psi, honorary textile fraternity, was toundecl at Philadelphia Col- lege ot Textile Engineering in March, IQO3. In I905 it was incor- porated under the laws ot the State ot Pennsylvania, and since has established chapters in the leading textile schools ot the country. The chapter at Tech was installed in l92l. The purpose ot Phi Psi is to promote good fellowship and to encourage an interest among its members towards the tield ot the textile industry. MEMBERS F. B. Melson J. P. Oliver N. W. Parham W. F. Patriclc F. Reese J. M. Sherrill H. W. Swift First Row: Sherrill, Parham, Cohen, Culpepper, Cunningham, Pelker. - - - Second Row: Holsenbeclc, lsmet, Jones, Oliver, Swift. ki -ll8- Soientia Club The Scientia Club is an honorary General Science Society founded in i927 for the purpose of creating good will among the General Science students and furthering scientific study among its members. Dean W. Vernon Slciles as head ot the General Science Department and faculty advisor ot the club takes an active interest in the members and the work sponsored by the club. The social activity also carried on by Scientia malces it outstanding among the organizations on the campus. MEMBERS A. A. Austin F. I-I. Balcer, Jr. J. H. Baker G. B. Black J. L. Cannon T. l-l. Davis R. P. Dawson, Jr. J. S. Dougherty, Jr. F. E. Fuchs W. F. Gay W. l-l. Glenn, Jr. J. A. l-lall C. P. Irby First Row: Cannon, Gay, Glenn, l-iall, lrby, Kallchurst, Paullr, Simpson .... Second Row: Sumner, Baker, F. l-l., Kidd, Morris, Spring, Perlrerson, Baker, J. H., Austin. - - - Third Row: Jones, McCreary, McDonald, Fuchs, Davis, Dougherty. PIERRE DAWSON T. E. Jones E. D. Kallchurst E. C. Kidd, Jr. G. R. Marshall S. L. McCreary G. E. McDonald L. A. Morris, Jr. W. T. Paullc J. G. Perkerson H. S. Simpson D. M. Spring C. E. Sumner President -ll9- BOB ELEY President . C. Ballard R. G. Brown . B. Bullard C. C. Covucci W. Cox C. Eley T. Gibson A. Grace D. Gordon F. l-lines Alpha Chi Sigma An honorary chemical fraternity founded in I902 and installed at Georgia Tech in I932. Alpha Chi Sigma is a protessional chemical traternity tounded with the idea ot creating an interest in chemistry and at the same time recognizing achievements in that scientific branch. Its membership is drawn from students ot chemistry and chemical engineering who intend to make some phase ot chemistry their lite work. At Georgia Tech this organization presents industrial moving pictures, lectures, keeps up a chemical display, etc. in an ettort to encourage those who are interested in chemical engineering. MEMBERS E. E. Lindsey C. M. Lokey S. B. McNair R. P. Newton W. T. Ricks W. l'l. Sachs R. A. Siegel D. C. Sievers R. M. Stevens L. D. Yates First Row: Bullard, Covucci, Ballard, Brown, Gibson, Grace, Hines .... Second Row: Lindsey, Lokey, McNair, Ricks, Sievers, Stevens, Ricks .... Third Row: Siegel, Cox, Newton. -120- Nationai Aeronautical Association ln I93O, atter the establishment ot the Daniel Guggenheim School ot Aeronautics at Tech, the National Aeronautical Association, tounded in I922, installed a student branch known as the Aero Club. This organization is devoted to introducing the students ot the Aeronautical department into their tield ot engineering by means ot discussions ot current events and progress in the air and talks by prominent local and national authorities which teature the year's program. MEMBERS M. B. Ames J. A. Anderson Waine Archer T. E. Blackburn R. E. Bowen W. Brandou G. E. Britt W. Castles W. C. Coulbourn B. K. Craig A. A. deAlmar J. B. Dent E. E. Ellis R. E. Erdin First Row: Anderson, Dent, Brandou, Olllerrall, Erdin, Stevenson, Archer, Wither- stine. - . -Second Row: Craig, Bowen, Coulbourn, deAlmar, Whitlock, Wentz, Blackburn, Britt .... Third Row: l-larr, Kupiec, Ellis, Smith, Sack, Markley, McLain, Ames. GUS ERVIN President A. L. Ervin P. D. l'larr l'l. P. Kupiec J. M. Markley E. W. McLain W. P. Montgomery W. L. O'Eerrall E. E. Sack G. A. Smith D. B. Stevenson R. K. Wentz M. Whitlock J. L. Xiffitherstine AI2l- C. T. HOLDER Prcsident J. Banning F. Basil J. H. Carson M. E. Clare F. L. Coward W. A. Darden W. L. Dolive H. C. Fast N. Fox G. Gegaut-T Civil Crew The student chapter of the American Society ot Civil Engineers at Georgia Tech is lcnown as the "Civil Crew." It was installed on the campus in l909. lts members are selected from the Senior and Junior classes in Civil Engineering, with especial emphasis on good scholastic standing. The activities ot the Society include the estab- lishing ot personal contact with practicing engineers by means ot luncheons and intormal talks, the investigation ot practical construc- tion worlc, and the showing ot tilms on engineering projects MEMBERS J. H. Hendriclcs H. M. Hinton C. T. Holder F. E. Lindstrom C. H. List V. L. Millen W. W. Morrison R. W. Nauman R. P. Nelson W. deA. Ptluclcer F. J. Rawstrom C. C. Saal G. NW. Saclcett J. P. Sims A. E. Spohn J. H. Stollard R. J. Thompson G. O. Viclcery P. R. Warwiclc First Row: Nauman, Morrison, Saal, Banning, Clare, Coward, Do ve Second Row: East, Gegautt, Lindstrom, List, Millen, Sackett, Sims .... Th rd Ro Spohn Stollard, Warwick, Thompson. -l22- Architectural Society The Architectural Society was tounded at Georgia Tech in I9IO. All Architectural students who have completed the tirst term ot the sophomore year are eligible tor membership. Prominent local archi- tects trequently address the monthly meetings. Prizes are ottered tor the best worlc in design, and a creditable library ot drawings trom architectural books has been tormed. Quite trequently student members ot the society submit their worlc tor judgment in national contests. MEMBERS G. M. Arias J. l-l. Combs D. G. Connally J. J. Crott T. M. Deas C. M. Duncan J. l-l. Finch l-l. W. Greer First Row: Connally, Crott, Duncan, Pinch, brcer, t-louscr .... Second Row: l.ittli:, Neill, Robinson, Slcinncr, Thrash. THORNTON DEAS J. A. hlouser T. G. Little S. K. Neill A. N. Robinson J. L. Skinner J. M. Thrash E. D. Wilcox Vice-President -I23- R. L. Bennett CHARLES SMITH President J. G. Bishop G. A. Brien J. G. Brown J. G. Cornmins C. C. Corbin E. J. Gillespie S. Godinez E. D. Griesinger B. E. Gruters M. E. I-Iubbard G. J. Jadronja American institute ot Electrical Engineers This society tounded in I884 and installed at Georgia Tech in I9I5, is a student branch ot the American Institute ot Electrical Engineers. Senior and junior students in the Electrical Engineering course are eligible tor membership. Original papers are presented and articles trom current electrical literature are abstracted and discussed. Lec- tures are given the Society by practicing engineers. M EM BERS R. G. Neal J. K. Jernigan I. L. Lamar E. L. Pearson D, R, Lee A. Il. Perkins A B. Little W. I'I. Raymond N Lobman I-I. L. Rinn G A. Love B. W. Scott CD D. Lyon C. L. Smith M. O. Mello S. T. Stendera I. S. Mayer O. Suarez R. G. Markillie C. E. Temple E. L. McGinty T. E. Treadway V E. Mohler C. N. Walker J. W. Morrison First Row: Bennett, Bishop, Brlcn, Lotlln, Cornrnins, Corbin, GII p Go Gricsingcr, Gruters, Hubbard .... Second Row: Jadronja, Je L L Lobman, Love, Mello, Mayer, Markillie, McGinty, Mohler. . . Row a Pearson, Perkins, Raymond, Rinn, Scott, Stendcra, Suarez, Tr ad ay Wa e Morrisey. -l24- Anierican Society ot Mechanical Engineers The American Society of Mechanical Engineers is a student branch ot this well-known protessional society which was tounded in l88l. The chapter at Tech was installed in l9I6 and includes as members all junior and senior Mechanical Engineering students. Regular meet- ings are held at which prominent Mechanical Engineers ot industry and schools speak, motion pictures are presented, and a general dis- cussion ot mechanical topics held. lnspection trips are otten taken to local industrial plants. R. S. Albright W. O. Alt E. l-l. Atkinson C. W. Baird C. A. Barnes J. E. Bradtield G. R. Catts J. C. Chambers L. S. Chambless C. D. Cotten N. Damianos L. J. Drum, Jr. W. F. Gillies, Jr. R. Gilreath MEMBERS D. Glass, Jr. J. M. Gott M. Gracey, Jr. W. T. l-lansen R. A. l-larbort J. E. l-lartwig, Jr. C. W. l-luth F. A. Jones M. G. Keiser l. M. Kodel O. A. Kort R. A. Latta R. J. Martin, Jr. J. W. Martin, Jr. J. L. McMahon, Jr. First Row: Alt, Atkinson, Baird, Bradticld, Charnblcss, Damianos, Drum, Gillicrs, Gilrcath, Gott, Graccy .... Sccond Row: l-lanscn, Kort, Latta, Martin, R. J., Martin, J. W., McMahon, Morrison, Peek, Richards, Scay, Swart .... Third Row: Taylor, Todd, Woodall, Chambers, Barnes, Catts, l-lartwig, Glass, Kodel, Welch, Ziegler :QQ MAC KEISER Prcsidcnt E. G. Morrison M. T. Motes W. H. Peek R. Richards G. E. Rogers J. D. Seay, Jr. D . H. Stoddard A. W. Swart CE. R. Taylor A. C. Todd, Jr. WW. P. Welch L. P. Woodall D. A. Worrell C. W. Ziegler E, c - sa,-'ci lr'r . ,rs 1 s QQ 'ii R" . .V g . g ..,, f .1 1 y g . 1- if . . " - 2' If , A r i ifff il c is ,.., . ' J - g f.. p s . .' .- " 5 ' 'R f - ' L ' . ' ' ' . .5215 -. 7 S ., , - Q it .. Q. -,- . K i K K , its if T J i ' J sf .1 f f .J sf. 'M ,., ' I A-:P i f' -52 I " 5 K -.gkiz ' g g., K s . . .. We , r - l W I25- Anierioan institute ot Chemical Engineers The Georgia Tech Branch ot the American institute ot Chemical Engi- neers was installed in l933 tor the purpose ot stimulating student interest in the protession ot chemical engineering. The organization is composed ot seniors, juniors and sophomores in the Chemical Engi- neering and Chemistry Departments. Since its installation the chap- ter has been active in such projects as economic surveys ot various chemical plants and tallcs on chemical engineering subjects by various students and protessors. BOBELEY President G. M. Anderson H. L. Fell E. Atlcinson W. F. Floyd J. Franlc H. C. Ballard G . J. Bates . S. Beasley si, Q L, .,., in H. D. Geigerman J. D. Gordon B. L. Layton F. E. Lindsey J. M. Lister C. M. Lokey D. M. Luntz T. H. Riggs W. H. Sachs D. B. Salmon R. A. Siegel C. R. Salmon M. Beerman H. M. Grieco J. S. Mahan F. D. Spar . B. Bullard W. T. Harbin S. B. McNair A. M. Stull . W. Burton J. W. Harmon C. Mizelle H. C. Taylor .W. Chapman NW. W. Harwood I. S. Moore G. V. Tillman . B. Cole B. F. Hines R. P. Newton J. H. Tribble . C. Covucci J. F. Hite C. F. Nelson E. B. Turman . W. Cox R. D. Johnston J. F. Nelson T. M. Turner D. Farle L. S. Kanieclfi M. H. O'Hara J. M. Williams .C. Eley G. Kenimer J. A. Parker J. J. White R. P. Kytle J. B. Ramage First Row: Turman, Bates, Bullard, Newton, Beerman, Mizellc, Fell, Linclscy Turn Spar, Harmon, Parlcer .... Second Row: Lister, Kenimer, Luritz, Williams, Cox, Stulb, Siegel, Ballard, Geigerman, Tribble, Tillman, Nelson- - -Third Row: Moore, Franlc, Kytle, Kanieclci, Snow, Cole, Chapman, McNair, White, Atlcinson, Floyd, Hines .... Fourth Row: O'Hara, Earlc, Ramage, Johnston, Hite, Beasley, Sim- mons, Harwood, Mahan. - - - Q ' c I ii 1 W 5 Q, M VL V V ai g -.". gwf EL ,F v J J -J 4-r' J . s . - 'if L i ""' f ' ' 3 1 A J A fy? 'V A i V 1 .-1 A X A ,av i ,L 4' i i " - 2 1.3 till' i , .. i i'1 5 K if A . , "f 1 R ,'j Q 1 4 7' , -j . . as it ,,.' j . it ' f ' ' V A A i iii i t , i ' L , J F ii? -- , 9? iii . r F., s J., ,rir - 4' W Q -. - f it Vw ' ,'-'. at -.ef-' ' ' i lf: it ii J 'F ' 'J i s 3 is ,Li I My . ., ,,- v ,Q-. .. I .L -1 - Q ii, I . . K ,.,. - .. if it ,,. ,V H K jgwjr- -I ., ,jj V. iv AAI.: j, , A , ts, " -W ' it 12 . . " L i 'f ' an 'f . i'iif!f:if,7i 1. 1 T it A n . J ' ' , - ,.,. V . V,g. ..,, V , V V . fi i f,..j y -126- ja? mf' , -6' Cl-IARLI E YATES President A. A. Austin T. H. Bothwell H. K. Brown G. R. Catts F. W. Chapman D. G. Connally J. T. Davenport D. L. Echols A. L. Ervin J. H. Finch W. S. Ginn W. H. Glenn Bulldog Club The Bulldog Club, founded at Tech in I9IO, is a society whose mem- bers are selected solely from the most representative juniors and seniors. The present organization resulted from the union of an original senior Bulldog with a junior society, Koseme, in I933. It is a non-scholastic society the purpose ot which is to bring together the outstanding leaders ot the upperclasses. The fraternity cake race, and the annual tennis and bowling tournaments are sponsored by Bulldog. M EM BERS J. A. Hall H. S. Simpson C. P. lrby C. P. Smith J. W. Jacobs E. C. Smith T. E. Jones O. H. Thompson E. C. Kidd J. E. McKinley M. Milligan M. L. Moody J. Oster W. T. Paullc J. H. Ridley C. H. Roberts First Row: Glenn, Ridley, Austin, Brown, Echols, Ervin .... Second Row: Finch, Milligan, Moody, Oster .... Third Row: son, Tutts, Tumlrn, Turman, Williams. R. Tutts T. P. Tumlin E. B. Turman R. J. Warner E. D. Wilcox J. R. Wilcox J. M. Williams C. R. Yates Catts, Chapman, Connally Davenpot Ginn, Hall, lrby, Jacobs Jones Paullc, Roberts, Simpson Sm th Thomp -128- Skull and Key Slcull and Key, a sophomore honorary social society, was founded in l9l2. Modeled after the Bulldog Club its aims and purposes are very similar to those of that organization. The main purpose of Slcull and Key is to promote a closer relationship between the leaders of the sophomore class. Each fall twelve new men are initiated, and the total membership is increased to twenty-four in the spring. MEMBERS l-l. l-l. Appleby W. L. Carver A. B. Cates, Jr. F. W. Cox, Jr. Z. T. Crouch l-l. M. Fincher F. S. Finger F. R. Goulding W. W. l-larwood L. C. l-lays, Jr. First Row: Cates, Carver, Cox, Verdier, O'Callaghan, Swift, Tomlin .... Second Row: Crouch, Spencer, Slciles, Tillman, Fincher, l-larwoocl, Moye .... Third Row: Tufts, Finger, Goulding. LAWRENCE HAYS L. M. Moye, Jr. L. J. O'Callaghan W. V. Slciles, Jr. L. Spencer l'l. W. Swift G. V. Tillman S. S. Tomlin J. R. Tufts R. A. Verdier President -l29- l GUS ERVIN President T. Berry K. D. Biclcers G. R. Catts A. A. deAlmar .l. B. Dent L. J. Drum A. L. Ervin Free Body Club The Free Body Club is an honorary mechanics society organized at Tech in I923 through the ettorts ot Protessor C. E. Coolidge, head ot the Department ot Mechanics and present taculty advisor to the club, with the purpose in mind ot promoting study along the lines ot the Mechanical Engineering profession. Membership is limited to outstanding juniors in the Mechanics Department. The originator ot "Founders' Day" at Tech, the club annually acts as sponsor tor this outstanding occasion. M EM BERS M. G. Keiscr M. L. Moody C. P. Smith W. B. Steedman G. R. Taylor W. P. Welch First Row: Catts, Keiscr, Biclcers, deAlmar, Dent, Drum .... Second Row: Moody, Smith, Steedman, Taylor, Welch. -I30- Gil Can Club The Oil Can Club is a mechanical social society tounded in I9l4 with the purpose ot promoting good fellowship among its memloers. The organization is composed ot seniors in the Mechanical Engineering Department with a limited membership ot thirteen, two or three ot whom may be selected trom the junior class. Meetings are held frequently throughout the year and a dance is usually given in the spring. MEMBERS A. C. Arrington T. Berry, Jr. K. D. Biclcers CS. R. Catts D. Cone M. CS. Keiser J. W. Lucas First Row: Taylor, Arrington, Bickers, Keiser, Woodall .... Second Row: Tufts, Smith, Steedman, Cone, Lucas. GORDON CATTS C. A. Miller W. B. Steedman, D. l-l. Stoddard C. P. Smith G. R. Taylor R. Tutts L. P. Woodall President Jr. - Ifil - JACK ROUNTREE and BILL MCCREE Presidents G. R. Bethune J. B. Batson J. W. Bell J. R. Bingham T. S. Bond C. W. Bowers C. R. Braswell G. W. Burlcette G. V. Bussey K. E. Callaway A. M. Cary R. E. Corbitt P. J. Crain Don Curry F. L. Dale K. K. Domingos J. V. Doriot Karl Douglas H. M. Duvall J. M. Fouts G. A. Fullington Roy Gaslcins W. J. Green R. W. Gregg A. P. Guess J. F. Guest T. R. Hantley D. E. Harbard Co-op Club The Co-op Club is one ot the oldest and most active social clubs on the campus. Founded in I9I5, its purpose is to promote interest in college activities and to toster a triendly spirit ot co-operation among the students ot the Co-operative department. Its members are selected trom outstanding upperclassmen ot the department. Dur- ing each ot the semesters a dance is given. As there are two sec- tions ot co-operative students this organization is divided into two sections. MEMBERS D. D. Henderson A. T. Hjelmtelt R. H. Hjelmtelt T. R. Hoag W. W. Howerton R. A. Hudson G. V. Huttord L. F. Hutchins L. P. Jacobs J. P. Johnson E. W. Jordahn H. J. Keeter List C. H. W. A. Lindstrom l. H. Mann W. A. McCree S. L. McFarland R. M. Mendez T. C. Moore R. W. Nauman S. B. Neister W. C. Norton J. F. Oliver H. L. Parry A. Phillips L. L. Pitts T. S. Pryor L. B. Redmond Bert Respess W. M. Scandrett Gould Smith . A. Snellgrove S W. E. Spaulding W. M. Thompson R. J. Thompson H. E. Watts 3 H. Westberry W. T. Wheeler F. J. Williams R. A. Wilson W. F. Wilson First Row: Burlcette, Curry, Doriot, Duvall, Fouts, Guest, Hoag, Howerton, Hutchins, Hudson, Johnson. - - . Second Row: Pryor, Smith, Wilson, R., Bussey, Douglas, Gaslcins, Green, Guess, Bethune, Birchrnore, Bond.. - . Third Row: Corbitt, Dale, Fullington, Hantley, Jackson, Mendez, List, Nauman, Parry, Spaulding, Thompson, W, . . .Fourth Row: Wilson, W., Respess, Wall, Hielmtelt, Huttord, Williams, Wheeler, Braswell, Jacobs, Thompson, R. -132- Yellow Jacket Club The Yellow .Jacket Club tor the promotion ot school spirit was organ- ized in I93O under the supervision of Coach W. A. Alexander. Mem- bers are pledged during their treshman year and at the beginning ot the senior year those who have shown the greatest interest and en- thusiasm are elected to the final order ot Yellow Jaclcet. This organ- ization serves as the Vigilance Committee, the purpose ot which is to see that students are properly respecttul ot school traditions. MEMBERS B. L. Abbot J. H. Finch J. C. Betty F. E. Fuchs T. S. Bond B. F. Gercling W. F. Bosky E. J. Haley J. G. Commins T. R. Hartley D. S. Crocker G. E. Houck i J. C. Croclcer E. V. Johnson F. L. Dale G. Johnson F. W. DeMeritt I. W. Kodel W. M. Eichbaum O. R. Linlc R. A. Frdin J. W. Lucas s ow ommins, Erdin, Kodel, Lucas, McMahon, Meehan, Stendera, Thomas, Fuchs, Williams .... Second Row: Eichbaum, Dale, Bond, Finch, Haley, McLain, Betty, Boslcy, Croclcer, D., Crocker, J .... Third Row: DeMeritt, Hartley, Houclc, O'Callaghan, Ramage, Russell, Tillman, Young. F. V. JOHNSON President F. W. McLain J. McMahon J. W. Meehan L. J. O'Callaghan J. B. Ramage A. C. Russell S. T. Stendera R. S. Thomas Cu. V. Tillman J. H. Williams S. R. Young -I33- ROBERT BAN DY President R. M. Bandy L. R. Blanks J. D. Brastield H. G. Crawtord W. A. Darden W. J. Ellison S. T. Gibson M. A. Goette R. M. Halman D. D. Hammond M. L. Brittain Debating Society The Marion Luther Brittain Debating Society was tounded in I93O, through the ettorts ot Protessor Edwin Folk ot the department ot English, and has since made rapid strides towards becoming the out- standing collegiate torensic society ot the South. During this year these debaters engaged in an open Forum with six teams representing Agnes Scott, Mercer, Georgia, Brenau, Emory and Tech: and in individual debates with the following: Mercer, Brenau, Emory, North Carolina, Davidson, Alabama, Tulane. South Carolina, Auburn and Agnes Scott. MEMBERS E. l. Hulbert J. Karlick M. M. Kilgo W. S. Kirkpatrick, Jr. R. P. Kytle S. T. Lipsins A. J. Little N. G. McLean E. C. MacQueen L. I. Merlin W. de A. Ptlucker W. I. Rosamond D. Rosenzweig H. S. Simpson R. Singer W. A. Snellgrove S. L. Steele G. Tomerlin J. O. Watkins R. A. Zoeller P. Munroe First Row: Kirkpatrick, Gibson, Brastield, Coulbourn, Crawford, Darden, Ellison, Glass, Haskell. - . . Second Row: Hulbert, Karlick, Koplin, Kytle, Lamberti, Little, Mac- Queen, Munroe, Rosamond. - - -Third Row: Rosenzweig, Srnithson, Snellgrove, Steele, Suarez, Tomerlin, Watkins, Wilson. -I34' Cosmopolitan Ctub F This society is a chapter ot the international organization ot Cosmo- politan Clubs. lts members include all foreign students at Georgia Tech as well as a number ot native Americans, whose inclusion malces tor the truly international nature ot the society. The activities ot the club include the maintenance ot correspondence with other chap- ters, the sending ot delegates to annual and sectional meetings, and especially the rendering ot assistance to incoming foreign students in establishing satisfactory school relations, MEMBERS OSCAR SUAREZ G. Arias F. Li J. A. Arzuazo G. A. Love M. R. Aura M. A. Mallo M. E. Blare A. F. Mond A. deAlrnar C. E. Fernandez A R. A. Munoz W. cleA. Ptluclqer . C. Fraga D. Presilla J. D. Fraga J. Silva S. H. Godinez M. Sonell B. lnestraza O. Suarez A. L. Kocsis A. Valdes J. Lazomisino First Row: Godinez, Li, Clare, Meehan, Arsuaga, Silva, Fernandez .... Second Row: Mallo, deAlmar, Diaz, Strunz, Valdes, Fraga, Ptluclcer .... Third Row: Love, Granaclos, Fernandez-Morrell. -I35- ROBERT BANDY President H. S. Bandy R. M. Bandy J. M. Barber J. C. Barkley E. M. Box W. C. Campbell V. B. Casey Q. Cook J. S. Dougherty D. Emmert N. Fox Marionette-s Since its toundation in I925, the Marionettes Club has been known throughout Southern colleges tor the quality ot its productions on the stage. This year the club has been re-organized with increased interest. During the spring ot I935, the club presented Oscar Wilde's, "The Importance ot Being Earnest," an outstanding play tor amateur actors. For this comedy the dramatics club ot Agnes Scott College and The Marionettes co-operated with one another. Several oneeact plays were given also at club meetings. MEMBERS F. E. Fuchs A. B. Nichols N. E. Harris H. R. O'Brien F. C. Hodgdon E. Peeples E. I. Hulbert W. H. Raymond G. N. Hultsen T. A. Simpson C. D. Hylehurst T. F. Treadway L. Ingram J. R. Tutts H. D lvey A. Weslowsky A. J. Little R. F. White C. R. Long J. H. Williams O. D. Lyon T. E. Yandre H. D. MacDonald First Row: Smith, Peeples, Fox, Atkinson, Raymond, Hultsen, Hylehurst, Barkley. - . -Second Row: O'Brien, Emmert, Dougherty, Fuchs, Little, Cook, Campbell, Tutts. . - -Third Row: lvey, Ingram, Yandre, Hulbert, Treadway, White. -I36- Siqma Gamma Club The toundation ot the Sigma Gamma Club on the Tech Campus in I927 was primarily tor the encouragement ot social, recreational, and cultural activity among its members. Participation in campus activi- ties and the encouragement ot all progressive movements are two ot the objectives to which the members ot the club are pledged. MEMBERS I-l. Barnett M. Beerman M. R. Blume J. Glustrom J. Karliclc H. B. Karp B. l-l. Keyserling J. Kinsler l. Lipton First Row: Barnett, Lipton, Beerman, Kinsler, Taitz, Kcyserling, Roscnberg, Stull, . . . Second Row: Karliclc, Swerdlin, Rosotsky, Glustrom, Karp, Wills, Zalcheim. ff V K MARSHALL BLUME L. l. Merlin J. S. Rosenberg S. Rosotsky S, Seitz A. N. Stull I. Swerdlin R. Taitz S. D. Wills B. Zalcheim Presid -l37- GRAY COMMINS Prwsidvnt Non-Fraternity Grqanization The Non-Fraternity Organization was tormed in the spring ot I934 to provide a medium through which men unable to join a traternity could act in matters pertaining to campus lite This body is devoted to encouraging non-traternity students to take part in campus activi- ties and as such its success has been noteworthy. A secondary mo- tive is to give to the non-traternity alumnus a connecting link with the campus, a need long telt at Georgia Tech. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Brock G. Commins G. Crawtord Croley l-l. Eagan V. Johnson V. Lamberti Li A. A. Miller E. L. Pearson l-l. Simmons E. W. Smith O. Suarez M. Whitlock W. C. Williams First Row: Johnson, Pearson, Suarez, Whitlock, Crawford, Lamberti, Li. . . . Second Row: Simmons, Croley, Eagan, Miller, Smith, Williams. -138- Foil and Mask Members ot the school fencing team compose the Foil and Maslc Society as its name implies. Under the direction ot Professor Richard Morenus, who has acted as coach and advisor to the tencers, this sport has won new popularity at Tech and a schedule ot matches is played each year with teams from Alabama, Virginia Military, City College of Charleston, and other Southern schools. MEMBERS G. M. Arias R. M. Bandy R. l-l. Fagan N. Fox l'l. D. Ivey, Jr. J. Lagamasino F. Lawrence, Jr First Row: Fox, Mallo, Fagan, lvcy, Lawrcncc - - Second Row: Parlccr, Pcarson O'FCrrall, Williams. GEORGE SWANSON M. O. Mallo W. L. Ollzerrall J. A. Parker E. L. Pearson G. D. Swanson F. Williams President -I39- .nib fff RELIGIGUS SCDCIETIES Younq Mens Christian Association BOARD OE DIRECTORS oEoi2oE T. ivmiacriivioixit . ...... chairman DR. CS. H. BCXSGS .... . Vice-Chairman PROP. C. D. GIBSON ..... ..... S ecretary STUDENT OFFICERS J. W. MEEHAN ....... ..... P resident R. P. KYTLE, JR. . . Vice-President R. V. RICHARD . . . Secretary W. J. PRocTER l General Secretary The Y. M. C. A. building was erected in I9I I through the generosity ot John D. Roclqeteller and interested triends ot Atlanta tor the bene- tit ot the students ot Georgia Tech. The "Y" constitutes the center ot student lite and activity, tor, in addition to it's auditorium and recreational parlors, rooms are maintained tor various clubs, the Stu- dent Council, and the school publications. T7 MISS MARTHA HIERS Office Secretary Lett to Right: Meehan, Kytle, Richard, Gibson, Marchmont, Boggs. -I42- Y. M. C. A. Cabinet The purpose ot the Young Men's Christian Association is to minister to the development ot the moral, social and spiritual needs ot each individual in the school community. There is scarcely an organiza- tion on the campus that does not in some way come in contact with the Y. M. C. A. In this way it has an opportunity to touch the en- tire lite ot the school. The activities ot the Y. M. C. A. are carried out entirely by the students with the co-operation and counsel ot the Y. M. C. A. Cabinet and the General Secretary. This brings the students to realize that the Y. M. C. A. program is their responsibility and malces for a vital organization 'functioning tor the benetit ot the whole student body. F. W. DeMeritt G. M. Allen M. B. Ames, Jr R. M. Bandy l-l. Barnett E. J. Benton T. S. Bond, Jr. J. A. Childs W. P. Christy F. L. Dale MEMBERS C. M. Grotz C. T. l-lolder E. l. Hulbert E. V. Johnson G. Kenimer, Jr. R. P. Kytle, Jr. F. Li E. C. MacQueen J. W. Meehan R. A. Mills W. W. Morrison F. W. Evans, Jr. R. W. Nauman First Row: Allen, Ames, Bandy, Barnett, Benton, Childs, DeMeritt, Evans, Grotz, Holder .... Second Row: Hulbert, Johnson, Kenimer, Kytle, Li, MacQueen, Mills, Morrison, Nauman, Neister .... Third Row: Potter, Richard, Rountree, Sack, Suarez, Seifert, Thomas, Williams. CHICK MEEHAN President S. B. Neister J. A. Potter R V . .Richard J. R. Rountree E. E. Saclc O. Suarez R. A. Seitert J. W. Simmons M. J. Sowell R. S. Thomas J. l-l. Williams -I43- JACK ROUNTREE President J. C. Barkley C. W. Bowers W. E. Brandau A. N. Bray C. H. Calhoun F. Cartmel R. L. Clark J. M. Corral L. B. Craig, Jr. C. S. Dekle J. D. Earle C. E. Fdentield Tech "Y" Singers Qne ot the successful organizations on the campus is the "Y" Singers. Their services are in demand both in and out of the city. Largely through the untiring leadership ot Mr. Robert E. Mell, Director, the "Y" Singers have achieved a state-wide reputation. In addition to making trips to various colleges throughout the South, this organiza- tion sings in almost every church in Atlanta sometime during the year. MEMBERS g F. H. Endort B. T. Nightingale W. V. Smith G. A. Fullington J. A. Parker W. A. Snellgrove W. M. Furlow J. B. Pendergrast F. D. Spar A. P. Guess F. F. Phillips T. M. Sparks W. T. Hall J. A. Potter A. W. Swart H. R. Hudson L. B. Redmond R. S. Thomas G. Johnson J. R. Rountree W. M. Thompson F. S. Little R. A. Seifert 'F. M. Volberg E. C. MacQueen W. C. Sheperd L. D. Wall, Jr. J. W. Martin H. Simmons J. M. Watts W. M. Massey F. W. Smith H. W. Witte R. A. Mills J. T. Smith K. S. Zerwick First Row: Calhoun, Edentield, Martin, Parker, Spar, Swart, Thomas, Brandau, Little, Potter .... Second Row: Wall, Bowers, Bray, Fullington, MacQueen, Mills, Snellgrove, Smith, J., Volberg, Johnson .... Third Row: Barkley, Earle, Furlow, Nightingale, Pendergrast, Phillips, Redmond, Sheperd. ul! 'P -I44- is , 1 .ji 4. fT' Newman Club The Georgia Tech Newman Club, tounded in l93I, is the local chap! ter ot the tederation ot College Catholic Clubs. Its purpose is to pro- mote the mutual interests ot Catholic students at Tech, whether those interests be ot a spiritual, intellectual, or social nature. Its activities consist ot a program ot religious education in the torm ot tallrs and open discussions, supplemented by social tunctions ot a recreational and fraternal nature. JOHN McMAl-ION 1.25553 President MEMBERS M. A. Arsuaga J T. J. Flynn C. K. Bautz E. Gruters W. F. Boslry S. Kanieclci K. A. Bevins D. Kalkhurst C. C. Covucci W. Ladynslci M. J. Dabney L. Lamar L. W. Dabney V. Lamberti A. A. deAlmar . J. Martin J. J. Dolan .l-l. Mattingly T. J. Donnelly McMahon C. D. D'Onotrio McMahon - E. J. Gillespie W. Meehan l-l. M. D. Grieco , J. York K. B. Fisher A. Zoeller First Row: Martin, Bautz, Covucci, Arsuaga, Boslcy, Dabney, dr:Alrnar, D'Onotrio. . . . 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"1 Maw" -5.---.f1,-H L.,- ,swf .'i - p f --" "-,,4 , -f ,.- .fr in .1- -"MFT -,.,:':'f " "' ,..gg:::u?i"!fEP2?5'7iaK5: 'g?QggS,E'' "" '. p,:,:fi p f f ' ' fr I!-':Q.-423,..H - '-H' ,, Q ""1ff5 f7,V 11:--.. " " - ' ' ' 'if :. AR YAN AVY Mititary Administration COMMISSION ED OFFICERS MAJOR T. H. JONES, Comrnandant . . . MAJOR P. H. FRENCH ..... . MAJOR W. D. EVANS . . . CAPTAIN F. B. WATERS . . . CAPTAIN L. H. GIBBONS . . CAPTAIN A. G. WING . . . CAPTAIN E. D. CAMERON . . CAPTAIN N. H. STRICKLAND . . LIEUTENANT O. C. MAIER . . NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS STAFF SERCSEANT JOHN HRUSKA . . . STAFF SERGEANT H. L. ELLIS . . . SERGEANT D. S. PARCHMAN . . SERGEANT E. G. PATRICK . . . . SERGEANT D. B. WEIR . . Coast ArtiIIery Coast Artiilery Coast ArtiIIery Coast ArtiIIery Infantry . . Infantry SignaI Corps - - Ordnance SignaI Corps Coast ArtiIIcry Coast Artillery . . Infantry Coast ArtiIIery SignaI Corps First Row: Jones, French, Evans, Wing, Gibbons, Strickland. - - Second Row Maier, Hruska, EIIis, Weir, Patrick, Waters. -I48- A, L. HOLLOWAY Colonel E, A. L. HOLLOWAY J. W. MEEHAN . . o. A. KORF . . K. H.-HANNER . . C. H. REED . . A. i. KELLY . . W. T. HANSEN . . J. E. BRADFIELD . . G. D. SWANSON . R. C. ELEY . . . S. T. COT-TEN . . Lieutenant Colonel Regimental Staff REGIMENTAL' BAND HEADQUARTERS BATTERY Bradtield, Eley, l-lanner, Kelly, Hansen, Reed. won... J. W, MEEHAN O. A. KORE Regimental Adjutant . Colonel Lieutenant Colonel Regimental Adjutant - First Second Second . . First Second Second . Captain Lieutenant Lieutenant Livutcnant . Captain Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant -I4'7- S. First Battalion IN FANTRY B. MCNAIR . . H. O. CLARK . . A. C. JOHNSON . . H. SAMS . . . M. WOODARD E. HILL .... COMPANY A . . . . Captain - - First Lieutenant C. P. IRBY . . . P. WOODALL . . Second Lieutenant E. L. McGINTY . B. TURMAN . . . Second Lieutenant H. C. CHAPMAN . COMPANY C W. LUCAS . ........ .... C aptain MARVIN WHITLOCK B. ROPER . . . . . First Lieutenant B. J. HARRISON . W. BAIRD . . . . Second Lieutenant J. W. SMITH . . K. CRAIG . . . Second Lieutenant J. R. WATKINS . First Row: McNair, Clark, Johnson, A., E. V. JOHNSON . . . . . . . Malo. . . . Battalion Adjutant Plans and Training Officer . . Personnel Adjutant COMPANY B - - First - - Second . . Second COMPANY D . . First . . Second . . Second Sams, Woodard, Hill. - . - . Captain Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant . Captain Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Second Row Woodali, Johnson, E., McGinty, Chapman, Lucas, Roper.. - - Third Row: Baird Whitiock, Harrison, Smithf Watkins. -ISO- R. S. ALBRIGHT . C. C. CORBIN . . M. L. MOODY . W. F. FLOYD . G. J. JADRONJA l-l. D. GEIGERMAN . S. L. MCCREARY V. L. MlLLEN . . F. S. BARKALOW J. G. COMMINS . . M. G. KEISER . . Third Row: l-lolder, BATTERY E BATTERY F Second Battalion COAST ARTILLERY - - - - Captain . First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant . . . . Captain - First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Major - Battalion Adjutant . Plans and Training Officer BATTERY CS l-l.C.EAST... J. S. DOUCSHERTY . First J, H. HOLCOMB . Second R. P. NELSON . . Second BATTERY l-l C. T. HOLDER . ...... . . W. W. MORRISON . . . First C. W. l'lUTl"l - - Second J. L. SKINNER . . . Second BATTERY l E. L. PEARSON . . ....... . .... Captain J. J. CROFT . . - - First Lieutenant J. C. COOK . - - - - Second Lieutenant T. F. TREADWAY . . . Second Lieutenant First Row: Albriglwt, Corbin, Moody, Floyd, Jadronia, Geigerman, McCreary. - - Second Row: Millen, Barlcalow, Comrnins, Keiser, East, Dougherty, Nelson.- Morrison, l-luth, Skinner, Pearsonr Coolc, Treadway. . Captain Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant - Captain Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant 4-L F. H. ENDORF . J. G. PRESTON . . C. D. COTTEN . . J. P. JOHNSON . . COMPANY P. J. CRAIN. . .... . . R. D. OWEN. . T. R. HOAG . . W. M. COBB, . E. T. PRESTON . W. J. ELLISON . R. W. NAUMAN . L. P. JACOBS . . Third Battalion SIGNAL CORPS FIRST section .........Mai0r . . . . Battalion Adjutant - - Plans and Training Officer . - - - Personnel Adjutant COMPANY L - - t - -Captain C. L, DRUMMOND- - - - - - - - - - - - .Captain - First Lieutenant H. A. STEVENS. . . . First Lieutenant - First Lieutenant R. CS. CAPELL - - - . First Lieutenant - First Lieutenant B. J. DASHER - - . - First Lieutenant SECOND SECTION .......M5l0r - . - - Battalion Adjutant . Plans and Training Otticer . . . Personnel Adjutant COMPANY COMPANY L C. W. LINES- . - ---.-. .--.- C aptain O. A WILLIAMS --------- --.- C aptain I.. B. BESSEMER- - . -First Lieutenant M. M. KILCSO- . . . -First Lieutenant T. I-I. MAUNEY- - - - First Lieutenant S. L. STEELE . . . . First Lieutenant COMPANY M C. W. ZIEGLER .......-.. ..... C aptain V. F. FOX .... . . First Lieutenant W. E. WILSON - - . - First Lieutenant First Row: Endort, Preston, J. G., Cotten, Johnson, Crain, Owen, Hoag. .. Second Row: Cobb, Drummond, Stevens, Capell, Daslwer, Preston, E. T., Nauman - - - Third Row: Lines, Williams, Ziegler, Fox. -I52- Scabbard and Blade J. W. MEEHAN V. L. MILLEN Captain Second Lieutenant R W. J. Ellison, Jr. C W. F. Floyd P W. l-l. Glenn, Jr. B. J. Dasher R R F. A. L. Holloway A. C. Johnson, Jr. J. W. Lucas J. Fi T S. B. McNair J. W. Meehan V E. G. Morrison R d Row. .l-l. Mauney s ow: McNair, Glenn, Floyd, Dawson, Holloway, Johnson- - -Secon E y Dasher, Ridley, Whitlock, Albright, Corbin- - - Third Row: Smith, Morrison o Crain, Simpson. W. LUCAS R. W. NAUMAN rst Sergeant First Lieutenant E. T. Preston J. l-l. Ridley l-l. S. Simpson C. L. Smith S. L. Steele M. Whitloclc Naval Administration COMMANDER MARK C. BOWMAN . LIEUTENANT COMMANDER SAMUEL P. JENKINS . LIEUTENANT COMMANDER WILLIAM H. FERGUSON . . CAPTAIN WILLIAM S. FELLERS . . . U. S. Mari LIEUTENANT FRANK R. WALKER . . LIEUTENANT IJunior GradeI JACOB E. COOPER . . CHIEF CHIEF CHIEF CHIEF BOATSWAIN'S MATE EDWARD H. KINNEY GUNNER'S MATE HENRY R. CHAMBERS YOEMAN EUGENE ANHEIR STOREKEEPER THOMAS A. HOWARD, JR. S S. S ne S. S. Navy Navy Navy Corps Navy Navy First Row: Cooper, FeIIers, I-Ioward,Jer1Icins. - - -Second Row: Kenney Chambers Anheir, Bowman. -I544 Naval R. O. T. C. OFFICERS LIEUTENANT COMMANDER W. I-I. GLENN ....... LIEUTENANT A. F. PERKINS ....... LIEUTENANT Ilunior Gradel C. A. I-IOYT . . ENSIGN R. A. LATTA .......... CI-IIEF PETTY OFFICER G. M. LQROUX . . FIRST COMPANY LIEUTENANT R. P. DAWSON ......... LIEUTENANT Ilunior Gradel E. CS. MORRISON . . ENSIGN I-I. C. BALLARD ....,..... SECOND COMPANY LIEUTENANT I-I. S. SIMPSON ................ LIEUTENANT Ilunior Gradcl C. L. SMITI-I . ENSIGN T. M. TURNER, JR. . . . . . . . TI-IIRD COMPANY LIEUTENANT J. D. SEAY . .............. . . LIEUTENANT Ilunior Gradcl F. E. LINDSTROM . . ENSICEN J. I-l. RIDLEY ........... First Row: Glenn, Perkins, Hoyt, Latta, LeRoux, Dawson, Morrison- . -Second Row: Simpson, Smith, Turner, Scay, Lindstrom, Ridley. - - . Battalion Commander Battalion Sub Commander . . . . Battalion Adjutant . . . Battalion Commissary Battalion Cliiet Petty Officer - - Commander . . . First Platoon - . Second Platoon - . Commander . . . First Platoon - - Second Platoon - Commander - . First Platoon - Second Platoon - ISU Gleorqia School offoohnoloqy Band A. J. KELLY . K. H. HANNER . . A.J.GARllNlG . . x R. H. Awtry O. W. Bryngelson C. H. Calhoun G. A. Fullington J. S. Harrison L. F. Hutchins Douglas Jarrard M. W. Bakery J. W. Batts K. A. Bevins B. F. Burnett W. M. Castleberry M. C. Colson F. L. Dale Nick Damianos C. Duncan R. A. Davis J. D. Falk W. E. Field T. W. Hatcher F. L. Humphrey OFFICERS MEMBERS J. R. Hinton, Jr. J. A. Heinrich A. M. Haaglancl, Jr. C. A. Hoyt A. C. Holt, Jr. W. Hurn L. W. Jaclcson S. M. Jones W. R. Johnson H. G. Kitchens G. B. Lovejoy l. T. Lamar H. W. Laclynslqi H. M. McGaughey, E. C. MacQueen R. G. Matthews J. W. Morrisey P. Munroe L. R. Mobley C. G. Morgan E. A. Poe J . Drum Major . . . Captain . Director D. F. Riclings T. H. Riggs W. H. Raymond J. S. Rhyne G. S. Robertson C. H. Reecl H. L. Rinn F. Y. Speight F. K. Schillings, Jr. F. W. E. Scott W. H. Warren H. H. Wing A. W. Weinberg F. K. Webb H. R. Weinstein J. K. Woltord J. M. Williams C. H. Vann T. F. Treadway H. H. Titts S. R. Young -156- Rifle Team Early interest in ritle marlcsmanship resulted in giving Tech a large number ot students from which to choose a ritle squad. This squad constitutes the Varsity, R. O. T. C., and Ereshman teams. Any regularly enrolled student is eligible tor the varsity team, but to be eligible tor the R. O. T. C. team he must, in addition, be actually enrolled in the Reserve Otticers' Training Corps. Seventeen challenges tor Varsity, thirteen tor R. O. T. C., and three tor Ereshman matches, in addition to the Corps Area, National R. O. T. C. lolearst Trophy, and the National lntercollegiate, were accepted to be tired on week-ends, beginning February 2, and ending April I3, l935. The season began with a shoulder to shoulder shoot with Alabama Polytechnic Institute and the Univer- sity ot Georgia in which we lost to Auburn but easily deteated Georgia. At date ot this article Tech has won all except two matches and these by very close scores. The Ritle Team was one ot the tour senior units designated by the Commanding General to represent this area in the National lntercol- legiate Match. Team Captain J. W. Lucas, senior, ably assisted by l-l. l'l. Rogers, junior, G. M. l-lope, sopho- more, and J. R. Childs, freshman, class representatives, are very pleased by the time record made by the squad. C. G. Johnson J, l-l. Mulder J. Tiff. Lucas ll. O. Clarlc B. J. l-larrison J. S. Dougherty l-l. l-l. Rogers C. M. Lolcey, Jr. MEMBERS si S. Tomlin lol. C. Taylor G. L. Lindsey G. M. l-lope l'l. G. Cooper E. O. Batson W. 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President C. H. ROBERTS . . . Vice-President HARRY ROBERTS . . . . . Secretary W. T. PAULK . . . . . Treasurer G. D. SWANSON . . . . Sergeant-at-Arms SENIORS T. M. Deas . ALPHA TAU OMEGA . . P. L. Cosgrove . . BETA KAPPA . . . . . J. L. Cannon, Jr . BETA THETA PI . . . E. B,Turman , . . CHI PHI . . . . C. P. Smith . . . . . CHI PSI . . . . E. C. Smith . . . DELTA SIGMA PHI . . E. D. Kallchurst . DELTA TAU DELTA . . H. S. Simpson . . KAPPA ALPHA . . J. A. Hall, III . . . KAPPA SIGMA . . . J. H. Ridley . . PHI DELTA THETA . . L. J. Drum, Jr. . . PHI EPSILON PI . . . . V. Millen . . PHI GAMMA DELTA . . G. D. Swanson . PHI KAPPA SIGMA . . R. C. Eley . . . . PHI KAPPA TAU . M. L. Moody . . PHI SIGMA KAPPA . H Roberts . . Pl KAPPA ALPHA . W. T. Paulli . . . PI KAPPA PHI . . W. H. Glenn . SIGMA ALPHA EPSILOIRI C. P. Irby . . . . . SIGMA CHI . . . C. H. Roberts . . . SIGMA NIJ . . . J. M. Sherrill . . SIGMA PHI EPSILOINI . H. J. Kanter . . TAU EPSILOINI PHI . W. H. Gardener ..... . . . . THETA CHI ...... . . . . . First Row: Deas, Cannon, Turman, Smith, C. P., Kallchurst, Simpson, Hall, Ridley, Drum, Millen .... Second Row: Swanson, Moody, Eley, Roberts, I-I., Paulk, Glenn, Irby, Roberts, C., Sherrill, Kanter.. . . Third Row: Gardener, Lucas, Rosamond, Ginn, Wentz, Sumner, Oster, Chapman, Thompson, Smith, N. P .... Fourth Row: Woodard, Smith, G. A., Woolf, Watters, Siegel, Swrtt, Kidd, Finch, West, Luntz. W JUNIORS . . . J. W. Lucas . . W. J. Banning . I. Rosamond, Jr. . . . W. S. Ginn . . . R. K. Wentz . . . J. Oster, Jr. . C. E. Sumner, Jr. . . F. W. Chapman . . W. S. Martin . O. A. Thompson A. W. Nissenbaum . . . N. P. Smith . l'l. M. Woodard . . . D. R. Woolf . . . G. A. Smith . . J. E. Watters . . R. A. Siegel . . H. W. Swift . .E. C. Kidd, Jr. . . . J. H. Finch . . H. A. West . . D. M. Luntz . . G. T. Stacey -20I - T I I I Ld CTC Y JN AQ: ,W First Row: Aslcin, Davis, Deas, Thrash, Bulloch. - - .Second Row: McLain, Northup, Scarbrough, Spivey, Tomlin .... Third Row: Shipp, Clarlc, Fletcher, Glendenning, Hazlehurst .... Fourth Row: Paxton, Robeson. SENIORS A. M. Askin T. Fl. Davis T. M. Deas J. M. Thrash F. M. Bulloch F. S. Culpepper J. F. Darby R. W. Eubanlcs R. Q. Launey J. W. Lucas J. H. Mayes I ALPHA TAU QIVIEGA wr WY ' 'f ml' ,Q 55 Y 'QM ' v"11.,.l2 OFFICERS J. W. LUCAS . . . . . President A. M. ASKIN . . . Vice-President Z. T. CRQUCT-l . . . . . Secretary G. F. SCARBROUGT-l . . . Treasurer " f JUNIORS E. E. G J. E. S. J. W. McLain S. Northup D. Scarbrough D. Singer T. Spivey S. Tomlin l-l. Williams 3 Beta Iota Chapter Founded at Virginia Military Institute, I865 Beta Iota Chapter Installed, I888 COLORS: Blue and Gold FLOWER: White Tea Rose ' f SOPI-IOMORES J. S. Cool: Z. T. Crouch J. W. McCord S. R. Young J. E. Shipp YYY PC Q. First Row: CuIpcppcr,'Darby, Launcy, Lucas, Mayes .... Sec- ond Row: Williams, Coolc, Crouch, McCord, Young .... Third Row: Johnston, Jones, Jordan, Maddux, Nixon. . . . Fourth Row: Roney, Waadall. J. C. Clark G. L. Edwards J. S. Fletcher L. B. Glendenning C. D. Hazlehurst B. N. Hull W. B. Johnston E. A. Jones FRESI-IMEN W. H. Jordan R. D. Maddux J. U. Nixon W. l'l. Paxton C. W. Robeson S. G. Roney J. I-I. Woodall .L my '.' 'i A QQ. fi 'xv s o u . . Second Row ns St e an Wallace, l-lower' l Daniel. W. J. Banning G. H. Braswell A. N. Bray C. T. Coffey E. S. Fife E. J. Haley T! ff BETA KAPPA -K .fi :mi vs wr YY 1 9 yr, 1 if s ii ' D A .. If fl OFFICERS R. W. NAUMAN President W. T. WHEELER Vice President A. N. BRAY . . Secretary H. H. STIUCKLAND Treasurer 'Q f . W. Howerton . A. Mcfree . B. Owens Strickland . T. Wheeler Alpha Gamma Chapter Founded at Hamline University, I9OI Alpha Gamma Chapter Installed, l929 COLORS: Purple and Gold FLOWER: Yellow Rose SOPI-IOMORES H. A. Brittain W. S. James C. F. Munz W. B. Singleton W. F. Wallace Y r 3 Z! First Row: Bray, Cottey, Fife .... Second Row: Wheeler Hill, McCree. . . . Third Row: James, Singleton, Duvall. . . Fourth Row: Herring. J. C. Abrams C. L. Beaudrot W. B. Brannon T. C. Brinson H. F. Broward R. J. Centorbi R. J. Daniel FRESI-IMEN W. D. Hardee R. J. Herring J. O. Howard D. L. Kilcrease W. A. Stone F. T. Waltermiere F. B. Welch TT' B Waine Archer, Jr. J. L. Cannon, Jr. C. D. Cofien, Jr. J. S. Dougherty, Jr. B. F. Hines, Jr. J? Q .. .L 3 NM.. , 455 mi ' First Row: Cotten, Archer, Cannon, Holcornb .... Second Row: Hines Rosamond, Spring, Morgan .... Third Row: Ramsey, Johnson, Powell, Sanders .... Fourth Row: Cooper, cclc, Hood, Burns .... Filth Row: Boatwright, Lockyer. SENICDRS H. Holcomb, Jr. A. L. Holloway . M. Stevens . H. Young, Jr. BETA TI-IETA PI iffriif A .BQTT R4Lw1,3? Nr f -rein, f Q I OFFICERS A. L. HOLLOXYJAY . . D. COTTEN . . A. WORRELL. . M. SPRING. . . ' f JUNIORS C. P. Durham D. B. Morgan W. l. Rosamond, Jr. D. M. Spring R. F. White D. A. Worrell . . President Vice-President . . Secretary . . Treasurer Q V Gamma Eta Chapter Founded at Miami University, IB39 Gamma Eta Chapter Installed, I9I7 COLORS: Pink and Blue FLOWER: The Rose SOPFIOMORES Fl. D. Emmert, Jr. J. E. Johnson R. D. Johnston, Jr. J. B. Powell J. S. Ramsey W. C. Wells Seca First Row: Holloway, Stevens, Young, Dougherty. .. ond Row: Worrell, White, Johnston, Emmert .... Third Ro Emmons, Flunt, Burks, Fallon .... Fourth Row: Chambcrla Fly, Waite, Licbler .... Fifth Row: Kinne, Bliss. FRESFlMElNl Fl. W. Beck J. O. Fly W. C. Bliss R. E. Flood J. Fl. Boatwright W. B. Flunt R. E. Burks R. C. Kinne J. M. Burns A. M. Liebler R. E. Chamberlain 'W. A. Lockyer, Jr. J. V. Cooper R. E. Emmons L. C. Fallon Fl. B. Sanders G. T. Wfaitr: W. in, . 2 1IHYMzsH -,.,.. -l . Q - - fi .:.- , Qwju Q - A .F V A ,,,:, H-5 w : 5?s5f5 DI! First Row: Cone, Sams, Tufts, R., Turman .... Second Row: Bailey, Cates, Clarke, Del.aney .... Third Row: McClatchey, Moore, Plage, Stulb .... Fourth Row: Eve, W., Hammond, Harrison, Massey .... Fifth Row: Shalceltord, Spring, Thomp- SON. SENIGRS Thomas Berry, Jr. Douglas Cone l-lanstord Sams, Jr. Rutledge Tufts E. B. Turman CHI PHI IQ! N M NA M XS. . 7 as L CDFFICERS W. S. GINN . . . President G. W. FELKER . . . , Vice-President F. E. ELLIS . . Secretary T. BERRY, JR. . . . Treasurer ' f JUNIORS l-l. G. Cooper F. E. Ellis, Jr. G. W. Fellcer, Jr. W. S. Ginn W. G. Lea Omega Chapter Founded at Princeton University, 1824 Omega Chapter Installed, IQO4 COLORS: Scarlet and Blue FLOWER: The Suntlower JK' 'Q First Row: Cooper, Ellis, Fellcer, Ginn .... Second Row: Fincher, Fuller, Grant, Lambert .... Third Row: Tufts, J., Berry, Cald- . Fourth Row: Nightingale, Palmer, Pender- grast, Raine .... Fifth Row: Tutts, F., Whitner, Wyant. well, Eve, F SOPI-IOMGRES PRES!-IMEN B. M. Bailey, Jr. A. B. Cates, Jr. G. S. Clarke, Jr. W. S. DeLaney, Jr. H. M. Fincher P. H. Fuller W. J. Grant M. T. Lambert M. R. McClatchey, J. S. Moore H. L. Plage H. L. Stulb J. R. Tufts C. S. Berry C. S. Caldwell W. H. Eve W. F. Eve, Jr. G. Hammond O. L. Harrison W. M. Massey B. T. Nightingale C. B. Palmer J. B. Pendergrast J. M. Raine F. L. Shaclceltord G. N. Spring C. S. Thompson W. F. Tutts C. S. Whitner J. R. Wyant A ill .lg F li First Row: Smith, Steedman, Lindstrorn .... Second Row: Davis, Whittnebel, Calhoun .... Third Row: Cover, Phillips, Fowlrr. SENIORS G. Arias F. E. Lindsfrom R. B. Plunkett C. P. Smith W. B. Steedman CHI PSI YY YY Y '.,X',.x , Y mgrgl f i--gifff,-1 f iQ . ldfgw' R Z V ' -wi' 1 ., vii' y tv it--. A LUN I . ...W C. P. F. R. OFFICERS SMITH . . . LINDSTROM R.K.WENTZ . . . A. A. WHITTNEBEL J. R H fr JUNICDRS D. Cromer . F. Hudson . F. Jackson R. S. Marvin R. K. Wentz . . President . Vice-President . . Secretary . . Treasurer Alpha Iota Delta Chapter ,,,-ff" Founded at Union College, l84l Alpha Iota Delta Chapter Installed, l923 COLORS: Purple and Gold FLOWER: Chrysanthemum N, SOPI-IOMORES J. A. Davis A. A. Whittnebel ur wr PQQ- First Row McComr'no Mason. F. CS. Bobo C. l-l. Calhoun G. L. Cover J. D. Earle D. C. Finlc l-ludson, Marvin, Went Earle, Bobo .... Third FRESHMEN WW z .... Second Row Row: Fink, Gaubis, S. l-l. Fowler L. L. Gaulois E. G. Mason l-l. L. McCommon F. E. Phillips i"?:7-5' . Chili iii '.."r-S ....-re, T41 WY 'L A 'L A 'L I Row: Ciriesingcr, Cortvs, I-iuitzczn, C. W. Baird L. P. Jacobs A. J. Kelly N. W. Parham C. F. Shaw First Row: Baird, Jacobs, R., Jacobs, L., Parham .... Second Oster, Padgett, Hook .... Third Row: Tolin, R., Tolin, M., Van Buskirk, Abbott .... Fourth Row: Carmack, Patton. SENIORS W. B. Simmons E. C. Smith A. C. Todd J. O. Watkins DELTA SIGMA PHT W Y W Y W ., f'3 xt 11. f Q OFFICERS E. c. SMITH . . J. D. WATKINS . . . C. W, BAIRD . R. M. JACOBS . . , JLJNIORS F. D. Griesinger G. R. Hook R. M. Jacobs J. F. McKinley J. Oster E. C. Padgett . . President Vice-President . . Secretary . . Treasurer XE Alpha Gamma Chapter Founded at City ot New York, I899 Alpha Gamma Chapter Installed, l92O COLORS: Green and White FLOWER: Carnation R. O. Adams B. L. Alobott J. l-l. Balcer W. P. Christy G. E. l-louclc A. l-l. Jensen A. C. Russell G. K. Selden , Jense rneycr, Wilkerson, Tolbert, Vau A-F 45 First Row: Simmons, Todd, Watkins, Adams .... Second Row: n, l-louclc, Russell, Scldon .,.. Third Row: Moon, Wall4 SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN B. Thomas B. Tolin M. Tolin S. VanBuslcirlc C. Walton H. Wallmeyer W. Willcerson J. Alexander J. W. Batts W. Brown J. E. Carmaclc M. M. Cortes D. D. Hammond G. N. l-lultzen W. o. Mcoabony R. S. Moon Batts. . . . Fourth Row: Scott, Slough, W. E. Moore E. L. Patton W. C. Scott F. W. Slough W. V. Smith, Jr. W. Stevens l-l. S. Tolbert N. M. Vaugn I -uz- -A,fm1 w fmw4ffQ.,vrfw- :Annum .::.,msx1. ,R ,,f1,..-.M fmuzwzuaa. FT aG' K 'al lx X WY DELTA TAU DELTA .ESTQ . Q 1.5 sf' is W First Row: Alf, Holman, Kallchursl, Mr:Creary. - - - Second R n ram, , o, L ubson hir ow Poole, owzlg L,CxF'll,G ...-T'dR: Marshall, Sack, Curry.. - . Fourth Row: Rooney, Zrrnmcr Alexander, W., Bowden.. - . Fifth Row: McLean O Rog Scott. W. O. All G. B. Black B. E. Holman Carl lngram Lamar Ingram E. D. Kallchursjc VTTGU1 ers, ff 45 OFHCERS E. D. KALKHURST .... C. E. SUMNER . . . F. W. CQX, JR ..... W. L. MllNlGLEDQRl3F . . f - SENIORS JUNIORS S. L. MeCreary C. T. Molton E. G. Morrison M. H. O'Hara C. E. Sumner F. W. Cox, Jr. Don Curry H. L. Fell, Jr. S. T. Gibson G. A. Harbour, Jr. D. M. Holsenbeclc J. C. Hulse W. L Mingleclorlf W. B. Poole G. R. Marshall E. E. Sack . . President Vice-President . Sccrclary . . Treasurer , A. . ,, ..,...M.,.,,..... .NM -.. . . .. . .. .. 'T Gamma Psi Chapter Founded at Bethany College, V859 Gamma Psi Chapter Installed, l92I CCDLCDRS: Purple, White and Gold FLQWFR: Pansy fw, SQPHOMORES B. S. Beasley J. E. Carr W. W. l-larwood P. W. Purdom R. V. Richard W. L. Rooney W. F. Scandrett R. C. Zimmerman 1 JUV 3 First Row: Morrison, Olldlara, Sumner, Ingram, C. - - - Second Row: Harbour, Holscnbrfck, Hulse, Mingledortt Third Row: Bcasle , l-larwood, Purdom, Richard. - . - Fourth Row: Y Courtney, Fleming, Malone, McCown.. - Fitth Row: Secord, Wcbb, White. F. A. Alexander W. J. Alexander l-l. W. Bowden J. G. Courtney J. G. Fleming F. M. Harmon C. D. Johnson R. S. McCown FR ES!-IMEN W. Perlcins N. G. McLean O. C. McLean F. E. Rogers W. F. Scott W. P. Secord F. K. Webb F. B. White r,"!3 4-F KAPPA ALPHA Uh., i 'D OFFICERS H. s. Simson . . F. W, CHAPMAN .... W. M. MURPHEY . . H. C. CHAPMAN . . A Q., Frrst Row: Chapman, H., Simpson, Smith, Chapman, F. . . . Si:-pond Row: Wiliiarns, Batson, Drcnnon, Lodcn .... Third Row: Cole, Emrcy, Hynt, Jrgtcr .... Fourth Row: Plaginos, Rice, Richardson, A. SENICDRS H. C. Chapman E. Richardson, Jr. H. S. Simpson J. W. Smith JUNIORS F. W. Chapman J. T. Fitten, Jr. H. W. Lester, Jr. W. M. Murphey L. H. Robertson I M. Williams, Jr J' . . President Vice-President . . Secretary . . Treasurer VT Alpha Sigma Chapter Founded at Washington College, I865 Alpha Sigma Chapter Installed, l899 COLORS: Crimson and Gold FLOWERS: Red Rose and Magnolia IN, YYY 'il '--as 'H First Row: Fitten, Lester, Murphcy, Robertson .... Seco Cl Row: Ragland, Munroe, Allen, Butner .... Third Row: Rah ardson, E., Lovejoy, Mathews, Morgan .... Fourth Row Stevenson, Wells. SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN E. O. Batson, Jr. L. Z. Drennon B. M. Loden L. R. Munroe F. B. Ragland L. D. Allen, Jr. J. W. l-l. Butner E. CS. Cole P. l-l. David E. B. Emrey, Jr. C. M. Flynt J. A. Haynes F. P. Jeter T. M. Lewis B. Lovejoy G. Mathews, Jr D. Morgan, Jr. C. Plaginos M. Rice, Jr. . Richardson M. Stevenson l-l. Wells, Jr. First Row: Hcath, Dawson, HaII, Gay .... Second Row: Hin- ton, Montague, Granberry, Hays .... Third Row: Kaddey, Sims, House, Burnham. SENIORS C. R. Cunningham R. P. Dawson J. A. Hall W. E. Gay W. L. Tyson O. E. WiIIiarns KAPPA SIGMA 0 Kitt XX X Q 'if OFFICERS W. E. GAY ........ President J. A. HALL . . Vice-President E. H. GIBSON . . . Secretary O. E. WILLIAMS . . . . Treasurer , JLJNIORS E. R. Granberry E. H. Gibson W. S. Heath J. R. Hinton D. W. Hudgings J. B. Lindsey W. S. Martin L. D. Montague Alpha Tau Chapter Founded at University ot Virginia, l869 Alpha Tau Chapter lnstalled, I895 COLORS: Scarlet, Green and White FLOWER: Lily ol the Valley "' ,f J. W. Clegg J. W. Guest E. W. Hawlcins L. C. Hays A C. Holt O. F. House First Row: Tyson, Williams, Gibson, Hudgings .... Second Row: Clegg, Guest, Hawlcins, Holt .... Third Row: High- tower, Neyes, Smith, Moye. SOPHCDMORES FRESI-IMEN J. B. Kaclrley L. M. Moye W. W. McKay M. D. Sims Harry Wicker A. B. Burnham N. L. Hightower H. T. Kenimer H. D. McDonald J. R. Neves lf. K. Smith Y WQY W Y an . VA .k.g.i?niV V ,V V ..,, . . W , , K1- V . V fi ik 'Q' 'J' it ii' ' X V ,L,, . ., V ' 1 All 45 4 '.?'x. .. ff I 'V , ' in Q, q V 345 .. L I ' 1 it 1' V , Q i gy' . - M . ' . -fl , V fg ' T . fl ,V JT. ' ' J :fx . J . ,.,, V, we ,L K E r V , T I J R .rsi ' if F ...V OFFICERS ,V H " .. J' 'r N H. RIDLEY . . . President "X K. J iff: , LM .zjg ,,. R. YATES . . Reporter r V. ' if . F g J. ,AQ Q .Q Q. ' .fan Ma f K. BROWFJ . . Secretary X J "': Q J C J . . , T " Q ' ' L. ERVIN . . Treasurer t xx Q .X h , K 5 we T ., . K' L .W J - Q . .ggi 4 . ""' VV r 4' 0' ft 3' ,iiim l Zim 7 f , ' ' .I X I First Row: Brown, Ervin, Jernigan, Ridley, Moore, B.- - - nd Row: Wall, Turnlin, Echols, Pate, Houser- - .Third Row: Parks, Morgan, Dobbins, Carver, Beard- - - Fourth Row: Tift, Hackett, Holditclw, Hutchinson, Jordan. . . - Fifth Row: Reynolds, Rickett, Sims, Solomon, Strickland. Scco H. K. Brown A. L. Ervin J. K. Jernigan C. H. Johnson, . G. Little . Moore, Jr. J SENIORS JUNIORS R. P. Newton, Jr. J. P. O'Donnell, Jr. J. W. Pike J. H. Ridley J. J. Russell, Jr. C. R. Yates D. L. Eclwols J. A. Houser F. C. Pate D. Sargent O. H. Thompson T. P. Tumlin L. D. Wall, Jr. Georgia Delta Chapter Founded at Miami University, IS48 Georgia Delta Chapter Installed, I902 COLORS: Argent and Azure FLOWER: White Carnation '?g.f SOPHOMORES R. Beard H. B. Boulware W. L. Carver F. H. Dobbins J. D. Findley J. M. Fitzsimmons J. Cu. Parks L. S. Poer W. H. Roberts W. V. Skiles, Jr. E. Tharpe im: 'Q 5' 'iz uv 3 fl N x ts ' H-X965 r . ...i ' i A- First Row: Newton, Little, Russell, Yates, O'Donncll.- - - Se nd R w om S Sa nt, P r, Findl , Skiles co o : Th p on, rge oe ey .- - - Third Row: Aldridge, Banks, Campbell, Chivington, Cotten. . . -Fourth Row: Klein, Lang, Martin, Mills, Moore, H. r Ttt, Young l - - .Fifth Row: Byrd, Humphrey, Turne, R. P. Aldridge W. E. Banks M. Barber T. W. Barnes J. P. Byrd W. C. Campbell J. L. Chivington W. A. Cotten L. A. Gulley FRESHMEN R. W. Hackett S. N. Holditch F. Humphrey J. F. Hutchinson L. K. Jordan E. W. Klein O. L. Lang P. L. Martin C. N. Mills H. Moore P. Reynolds J. Rickett T. F. Sims F. Solomon T. D. Strickland H. H. Tift H. L. Turner J. F. Young 61 1 iss: 3 U If ' U fl . ,W N CDFFICERS L. J. DRUM, JR. . . . N. LOBMAN ....,. H. D. GIEGERMAN, JR. . S. B. EI-IRLICH . . . N, Frrsf Row: Drum, Glegerman, Lobman .... Second Row: Haas, Nissenbaum, Riesman .... Third Row: Gottesrnan, Wasser. SENIORS JUTXHORS L. J. Drum P. S. Commims H. D. Giegerman N. Lobman B. A. Strauss PI-H EPSILGN PI . . President Vice-President . . Secretary . . Treasurer W N Y W Y rid X1 Chapter Founded at City College ot New York, 1904 Xl Chapter Installed, 1916 COLORS Purple and Gold Ali' SOP1-KDMORES S. B. Ehrlich L. Fuchs .1. C. 1-laas A. W. Nissenloaum R. D. Reisman 1-1. M. Strauss, Jr. ..-Q, . an 1, 1 First Row: Strauss, B. A., Commins, Ehrlich .... Second Row Fuchs, Strauss, H., Ciassenheirner .... Third Row: Weinberg FRESHMEN 1. Gassenheimer M. Cvottesrnan A. L. Wasser A. W. Weinberg nmnnrf-1411.41-1 v ,- - .. .-ff ...- i fe agnmmm-as W 42, r A . V, mn-. .Y it s, l , A 1' 2 , 'T . . , 'K I is ,QQ 1 X : .4 rf , K. ,- .-Y E5 Wai? M First Row: Atkinson, Kirkpatrick, Meison, Mitten .... Second Row: Grace, Peepies, Hulbert, Perkins .... Ttiird Row: Yan- dre, Anderson, Barrett, Brasfield .... Fourth Row: O'Brien, Roberts, Van Natter. SENIORS PHI GAMMA DELTA if rr V -:::fx,. fi fi. uwgrgn OFFICERS W. H. RAYMOND .,... President V. L. MILLEN . . Secretary C. A. GRACE . . . . Treasurer ' f JUNIGRS J. E. Atkinson W. H. Raymond C. A. Grace W. S. Kirkpatrick C. H. Reid E. A. Peeples F. B. Melson T. F. Treadway V. L. Milien F. W. Wiiliarns Gamma Tau Chapter Founded at Jetterson College, l848 Gamma Tau Chapter Installed, l926 COLORS: Purple and White FLOWER: Purple Clematis , SOPI-IOMORES E. l. l-lulloert A. L. Kocsis J. R. Perlcins S. B. Rymer N. P. Smith A. J. Valdes J. D. Whorton T. F. Yandre YYY WY lm First Row: Raymond, Reed, Treadway, Williams .... Second Row: Rymer, Smith, N. P., Valdes, Whorton .... Third Row: Brewer, Denning, Little, Maclntyre .... Fourth Row: Wash- hurn, Wood, Fvan A. V. Anderson F. Barrett J. D. Brastield E. F. Brewer l'l. F. Drenning A. J. Little FRESHMEN B. Maclntyre l'l. R. O'Brien S. A. Roberts N. A. Van Natter E. S. Washburn .J. F. Wood 3 4 T3 5 1 1 Ni a PI-H KAPPA SIGMA M J. om """""E 'z QM 2 ' K . OFFICERS H. M. WQODARD . W. S. CHAPMAN .... W. A. DARDEN . M. C. COLSON , 'Filly W First Row: Bowen, Darden, Chapman .... Second Row: Bevis, Colson, Tidwcll .... Third Row: Molle, MacQueen .... Fourth Row: Hike, Plummer. SENIORS JUNIORS R. E. Bowen, Jr. T. M. lsrnef G- E- Bevis W. S. Chapman G. D. Swanson M- C- Colson W. A. Darden H. M. Woodard C- M- Tidwell . . President Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer Alpha Nu Chapter Founded at the University ot Pennsylvania I85O Alpha Nu Chapter lnstalled, IQO4 COLORS: Gold and Black FLOWER: White Carnation f ,, vii I First Row: lsmet, Swanson, Woodward .... Second Row: Bowers, Johnson, Mills.- . -Third Row: Bedell, Donnelly. . . . Fourth Row: Rehbaum. SOPI-IOMORES FRESFIMEN C. W. Bowers R. S. Fisher l-l. S. Garvin J. C. l-lyder J. G. Johnson, Jr. E. C. Mac:Oueen R. A. Mills B. W. Molle P. CS. Baldwin J. G. Bedell R. W. Chapman T. J. Donnelly J. E. Flite, Jr. l-l. B. Plummer A. W. Rehbaum, J , 4 ir? First Row: O'Ferrall, Mcfiinty, Beall .... Second Row: Eley, Guest, Woolf .... R. T. Beall R. C. Eley R. A. Erdin J. Ferguson W. J. I-lurn Third Row: Pelclronnen. SENIORS E. L. McGinfy J. W. Morrisey W. L. O'Ferrall D. J. Phillips S. T. Stendera 'WY 4 PHI KAPPA TAU .QQ OFFICERS R. C. ELEY ....... President D. J. PHILLIPS . . . , Vice Presiclenf W. J. I-IURN . . . Q Secretary Treasurer N, JUNIORS J. F. Guest L. S. Kanieelci B. L. Mathews H. S. Parlcs A. J. Pelqlconnen D. R. Woolf J. M. Wing Alpha Rho Chapter 'hi ,fi Founded at Miarni University, l906 Alpha Rho Chapter Installed, I929 COLORS: Harvard Red and Gold FLOWER: Carnation x ' f First Row: Stcndcra, Hum, Erdin ,... Second Row: Parks, Wing, Mathews .... Third Row: Kanieclci, Dorningos. SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN E, M, De jajve I-I. l.. l-leadriclq K. K. Domingos EXE PHI SIGMA KZ-XPPA wr wr 1 Y AQQ' .. M A .gi Q 5 ., ui H 9 1 W. D ai' srxc EMR U: 1. sv X " a., Eirst Row: Dean, Dolive, W., Harrison, Holclrrr, Jackson. . . . Second Row: Stollard, Carpenter, Abrams, Dolive, H., Hersh. . . . Third Row: Dabney, M., Kimble, Knight, Kytle, Overton. . . . Fourth Row: Evans, Langford. L. E. Carpenter N. C. Dean W. L. Dolive B. J. Harrison C. T. Holder J. L. Jackson A. C. Johnson SENIORS H. B. Langford J. L. McMahon J. W. Meehan, Jr. M. L. Moody W. W. Morrison J. H. Stollarcl OFFICERS . C. DEAN ..... President . C. JOHNSON, JR. . . Vice President R. B. COLE . . Secretary .A. SMITH . . rfeaswcf N, JUNIORS C. K. Bautz R. B. Cole . J. Dabney, Jr. E. Kimble . N. Knight P. Kytle, Jr. W. Matthews . B. Overton . A. Smith Kappa Deuteron Chapter Founded at Massachusetts State College, l373 Kappa Deuteron Chapter Installed, l923 COLORS: Magenta and Silver FLOWER: Carnation mf SOPHOMORES O. A. Abrams W. F. Bosky W. N. Clyatt H. L. Dolive J. E. Haile R. W. Hersh N. W. Holbrook H. E. Smith 'A 'Q First Row: Johnson, McMahon, Meehan, Moody, Morrison. . . . Second Row: Holbrook, Smith, H., Boslcy, Clyatt, Cole. . . . Third Row: Smith, G., Bautz, Almond, Dabney, L., Elliot. . . . Fourth Row: Perry, Traslc. FRESI-IMEN H. V. Almond L. W. Dabney D. D. Elliot W. D. Evans, Jr. C. M. Koneman H. D. Langford E. V. Perry R. Warburton H. Wing I TWC A O H C. J. PI KAPPA ALPHA E OFFICERS J. J. POWELL ,....... President J. C. BETTY . . . . Vice-President R. Sl-IEPLEY . . . . . Secretary A. C. ARRINGTON . . Treasurer ' f First Row: Arrington, Smith, Schell, Johnson .... Second Row: Shcplcy, Neill, Senior, Morris .... Third Row: Eldridge, Ballantync, Gritfin .... Fourth Row: Barkley, l-lorton. SENIORS JUlNllORS . C. Arrington C. M. Grotz . T. Johnson J. J. Powell . Roberts J. E. Wfatters C. Schell W. Smith ' -W f fs -"?1lZE'V1"' 'T Y Alpha Delta Chapter Founded at the University ot Virginia, IS68 Alpha Delta Chapter Installed, IQO4 COLORS: Garnet and Gold FLOWER: Lily ot the Valley L. R. Ahern -J. C. Betty A. M. Eldridge M. R. McClure R. N. Merrill ,N Rus, Ah F t Row: Powell, Watters, Grotz, Betty .... Second Row: ern, Merrill, McClure .... Third Row: Head, Stauver- man, Tarbutton .... Fourth Row: Baker, Thornasen. SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN W, F. Morris S. K. Neill C. H. Ris H. A. Senior R. Shepley C. A. Auclair H. R. Balcer R. D. Ballantyne J. C. Barkley R. J. Grittin J. D. Head C. W. Horton A. G. Peetz E. Stauverman H. Tarbutton J. W. Thomasen fa v""'Ci Q'-Siff- .zzw-" , a as PI KAPPA PHI :Dior OFFICERS W. T. PAULK . . . . President R. A. VERDIER . . l-lisiorian D. GLASS ...... . Secretary J. V. McCl.ANAl'lAN .... Treasurer ' f First Row: Bullard, Duncan, Glass, Keiser, Maner .... Secs ond Row: Fuchs, Mays, McDonald, Morris, Schilling .... Third Row: Crocker, J., Johnston, Lokey, Meeks, Rarnage. . . . Fourth Row: Williams, M., Adams, Earnett, Body .... Fifth Row: Johnson, l.eake. SENIQRS JUNIQRS D. B. Bullard J. V. Mcflanahan F. E. Fuchs F. K. Schilling C. E. Duncan W. l-l. Mcflanahan J. S. Mays R. A. Siegel Dudley Glass W. T. Paulk G. E. McDonald J. W. Simmons M. G. Keiser A. F. Perkins L. A. Morris l.. P. Walker W. A. Maner W. T. Ricks JmN,.AL ,.,..,f :.,.s.,a. ss.. . - . r sr s.,-f.-ww. ......................S w Y w Ml" Iota Chapter Founded at College ot Charleston, l904 lota Chapter Installed, I9I3 CQLORS: Cuold and White FLCDWER: Red Rose D. C. Boy L. C. Boykin D. S. Crocker J. C. Crocker D. C. Johnston M. T. Lanius G. W. Lokey W. A. Meeks C. A. Moore , SOP!-TOMORES J. B. Ramage D. F. Ridings W. R. Shook C. R. Simons R. M. Sweet G. V. Tillman R. A. Verdier R. M. Williams A i . H 1 r 2. First Row: MCCl Ricks. . . . Sccon Crocker, D. . Verdier .... F Fitth Ro anahan, W., MQClanahan, J., Paulk, Perkins, d Row: Siegel, Walker, Boy, D., Boykin, Third Row: Ridings, Simons, Sweet, Tillman, rth Row: Boy, J., Crouch, Famlarough, Hutt. Rogers, Williams, P. l-l. l-l. Adams C. T. Baker C. M. Barnett J. M. Body J. B. Boy W. N. Crouch E. C. Famhrough J. F. Hutt C. B. Johnson P. E. Leake W. MCFee W. W. Rogers l-l. S. Sams P. A. Williams A .3 .-g' r A 3' F. l-l. Baker D. G. Connally W. Coulloourn C. N. Dannals T. Fuller W. F. Gillies W. l-l. Glenn ' 'S : . .V Qfizb? .fl 3 5 ' if lg X11 I5 -4 J 72. 75,4 E . my .2 3, 5 fr ,,,. , 9.q,,.MA f T I 233 First Row: Balccr, F., Connally, Fuller, Gillies, Glenn .... Second Row: Tomcrlin, Balrcr, C., Jones, R., Jones, T., Mahan. . . . Third Row: Dean, Eagur, H., Frccman, Long, Spencer. , . . Fourth Row: Richardson, Biclccrstaicl, Doe, SENIORS G. M. LeRoux S. B. McNair J. G. Perlcerson E. T. Preston C. L. Smith G. Tomerlin E. D. Wilcox Ferrell, Harrison. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILQN 130 J, If i,,, X if 5 ,tif Jiffy .615 OFFICERS W. l'l. GLENN ....... President D. G. CONNALLY .... Vice-President W. F. GILLIFS . . . Secretary S. B. MCNAIR . . Trcasurcr L. L. Jones R. M. Jones T. E. Jones B. T. L. Layton C. M. Lolcey f , JUNIORS J. S. Mahan M. Milligan J. K. Rankin J. R. Wilcox Gteorqia Phi Chapter Founded at the University ot Alabama, 1856 Georgia Phi Chapter Installed, I89O COLORS: Old Gold and Purple FLOWER: Violet D. G. Anderson J. F. Alexander C. D. Baker W. Y. C. Dean Fl. Eager W. G. Eager J. R. Fitzpatrick T. T. Flagler Y. F. Freeman fin, SOP!-IOMORES K S G. W. Gantt G. W. Gibbs D. D. Long K. T. Mcliinstry R. l-l. Melfown G. G. Morrison J. L. I-I. R. Richardson J. Spencer W. Swift Q r 4 QPQ OWU CO First Row: LeRoux, McNair, Smith, C., Preston, Perkerson. . . . Second Row: Milligan, Rankin, Lokey, Anderson, Alexander. .Third Row: Switt, Flagler, Fitzpatrick, Eager, W., Mc- Fourth Row: l-lolt, McCatherine, Munroe, Rees, C. A. Bickerstatt R. Brumby W. B. Doe E. D. Ferrell R. J. l-lancock N. J. Harrison F. W. Holt FRESI-IMEN P. Jones W. McCatherine F. Montgomery Munroe Rees . Scott . 'Q 'E 53 SIGMA CHI YY WY 4 I M... +9 'W A.,,,i r Im rf OFFICERS C. P. IRBY ......,.. President J. I-I. BAKER . . . . Vice-President F. B. AVERY . . , , Secretary J. Vf. WARD . . . . Treasurer f Frrst Row: Coward, Irby, WoodaII .... econ ow: Harr, Ward, Kidd .... Ttwlrd Row: Ben on, Fourth Row: TayIor, DeIcIe, James. SEINIIORS F. L. Coward W. L. Gates C. P. Irby T. B. W. Scott L. P. Woodall S d R t DcMcrItt, Guerry .... JUNIORS B. Avery W. N. Horine I-I. Baker E. C. KICICI E. Blackburn W. O. Street I. I-Iarr J. W. Ward 1A Beta Psi Chapter Founded at Miami University, Beta Psi Chapter Installed, I922 COLORS: Blue and Gold FLOWER: White Rose ' f J. H. Bailey E. J. Benton F. W. DeMeritt H. B. Earthman J. B. Cuuerry F. S. Hall - G. H. Hightower I855 iii First Row: Scott, Gates, Avery .... Second P Th cl R B l Baker, Ray. . . . Fourth SOPI-IOMORES G. M. Hope O. R. Linlc R. M. Matthews R. A. McKenzie W. L. Ray G. C. Taylor ir ow car Hightower, dl ey, Earthrnan FRESHMEN T. R. Allen S. D. Delcle C. G. Diclc W. H. James C. R. Long T. T. Miller J. B. Pearce tow: Blackburn, QQ wir v. V A L.. X. X ei' Alf First Row: Catts, Roberts, Robinson, Turner, T., Barlcalow .... Second Row: Harrison, Marlcley, Paulson, Kuoiec, Frankli . . . Tliircl Row: Hari, Wagner, Lanier, Lira, Sneplierd. . . . F tli R L lc' H d OU! OW: GV IV1, dV'U'TTOl'l . Fl. YY r. TK 14, SIGMA NU .QQ .Vg ?' fwfr. sl. .e ,QQ ffzfi 1 "' f1'.1:.XJf. 'G'-494 , Nr SENIORS JUNIORS W. C. Adams G. R. Calls F. S. Barlcalow C. H Roberts A. N. Robinson T. M. Turner C. W. Williams A. A. Austin P. M. Clfiance C. C. Coleman M. B. Farmer J. H. Fincli L. H. Franlclin X. ., . ,r x OFFICERS J, H. PINCH . . . President W. C. ADAMS . . vree Presiclenf J. M. Mx-XRKLEY . Secretary Gr. R. oxrrs . . Treasurer ,wa J. S. Harrison H. P. Kupiec J. M. Marlcley W. C. Paulson L. W. Pound J. D. Ragsdale ..,.,, as YYY Gamma Alpha Chapter Founded at Virginia Military lnstitute, l869 Gamma Alpha Chapter Installed, l896 COLORS: Vfhite, Blaelc and Gold FLOWER: White Rose M. G. Allen E. F. Cox W. Y. Dean F. S. Finger K. D. Hart W. E. Johnson 'e' -4 -,dl ' . A-X' ,- 4 8' at .3 First Row: Adams, Austin, Coleman, Farmer, Finch .... Sec- ond Row: Ragsdale, Pound, Allen, Cox, Finger .... Third Row: Jarrard, Turner, J., Shepherd, Hudson, Howard.. . . Fourth Row: Smithson, Graham. SOPHOMORES FRESI-IMEN L. S. Lanier D. E. Lee W. C. Shepherd L. D. Wagner R. A. Zachry R. D. A M. M. J. Butler A. Graham F. Hammond W. Howard A. Hudson D. L. Jarrard L. M. Larkin C. R. Shepherd J. W. Smithson J. H. Turner JG 9 First Row: Bickers, Davenport, Long .... Second Row: West, Wtritc, Cook .... Ttrird Row: Ofatlaggtwan, Duntap, Harrison. Fourth Row' Dent Penn SENIORS K. D. Biekers J. T. Davenport J. B. Dent H. S. Long J. M. Sherrill SIGMA PHI EPSILON IQ Q4 . I, , oQ OFFICERS J. M. SHERRILL. . . . .President H. S. LONG . . . , Vieefpresident K. D. BICKERS . , . . Secretary W. S. COOK, JR. , . Treasurer fm-,, JLJNIORS C. R. Emlong F. F. Lindsey, Jr. H. A. West J. J. White Groorqia Alpha Chapter up-wr , Founded at University ot Richmond, l9Ol Georgia Alpha Chapter lnstalled, l907 COLORS: Purple and Red FLOWERS: American Beauty Rose and Violet ,' , SOPHOMORES W. S. Coolc, Jr. O. H. Geiger, Jr. F. R. Gouldingg Jr. QQ' 1 First Row: Sherrill, Emlong, Lindsey .... Second Row: Geiger, Anderson, Goulding .... Third Row: Hubbell, Irby, O'Quinn. . . . Fourth Row: Slaton, Busby. FRESHMEN F. W. lrby W. Beall L. J. Olfallaghan W. A. O'Quinn W. R. Penn F. B. Slaton N. C. Ware S. Anderson S. Dunlap, Jr. F. Gretsinger G. Harrison M, Holman F. Hubbell xt TAU EPSILON PHI r Q-a i M... s . rl . re' my 'I . 5 if 9 i 2 F Z . iV.g, f , Q '0"O 'v OFFICERS I. S. MOORE ........ President H. J. KANTER . . . . Vice-President H. C. ROSENBERG . . . Secretary J. FRANK . . . . Treasurer " f First Row: Center, Frank, Frisch .... Second Row: Rosen! berg, Rosenzwelg, Solomon .... Tnlrd Row: Koplin, Weber, Silver. JUNIORS J. M. Baker D. M. Luntz D. Center I. S. Moore J. Frank D. A. Solomon H. J. Kanter J . ni ...L Phi Chapter Founded at Columbia University, l9lO Phi Chapter Installed, I922 COLORS: Lavender and White FLOWERS: Lily ot the Valley and Violet ' v First Row: Kanter, Luntz, Moore .... Second Row: Wasser- man, Baker, Blum .... Third Row: Seigel, Goldman, Wein- tcin. SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN N. M. Frisch H. C. Rosenberg D. Rosenzweig M. l. Wasserman l-l. N. Weber l-l. R. Weinstein B. M. Blum M. L. Goldman A. M. Koplin S. H. Shift M. Seigel D. Silver l - e:s aw r w .1 x - ffffwffasfmazfwewwf 1rmww.:J14 ' ' M-arm 5 I mmm 1. Ea 1 . First Row: Brewer, East, Gardner .... Second Row: List, Wallcer, Woodside .... Third Row: Field, Harper, Jacobs, Fourth Row: Miller, Smith, Donovan. SENIORS T. E. Brewer l-l. C. East W. l-l. Gardner J. M. Gott C. List A J. Narciso R. P. Nelson Walker P. H C. Woodside THETA CHI IDG ' KZ M f fir if . '- 5 ex, N5 ii 7 I QFFICERS H.C.WooDsiDE . . . A.J.MARCiso . . . M. B. AMES . . K. D. CAMPBELL . . f , JUNIORS M. B. Ames K. D. Campbell A. J. Fernandez W. E. Field G. K. l-larper J. W. Jacobs E. W. Jordan J. M. Peterson G. T. Stacey . . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Alpha Nu Chapter Founded at Norwich University, l856 Alpha Nu Chapter Installed, l923 COLORS: Red and White FLOWER: Carnation , SQPI-IOMORES W. L. Brown F. W. Evans F. R. Lanier D. W. Miller W. G. Smith Y WY WY First Row: Narciso, Nelson, Gott .... Second Row: Ames, Campbell, M . . . Fourth Row: Fallr, Ga orrell .... Third Row: Peterson, Evans, Lanier. FRESI-IMEN F. Donovan Durgan D. Fallc Gavin . 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STUDENT MEMBERS E. D. KALKI-IURST W. I-I. GLENN, JR. D. J. PHILLIPS -25I- V' I E l i + 4 W. A, ALEXANDER Football Coaches R. L. DODD Football and Baseball .l. .l. CANNON Football -252- ROY M UNDFORFF Basket-ball M. M. CHAMBERS Trainer Ccaches '-Q K. M. Tl-IRASH M. M. THARPE Swimming Football G. C. GRIFFIN Track J. R. MacARTl-lUR Football l-l. W. RCBINSON Football -253- l l l l ,l , -X Cheer Leaders Z- 9 P' MURPI-IEY ASKIN FREDDIE FUCI-IS GUS ERVIN JIMMY RAMAGE JOHNNY WILLIAMS R ge Askin Fuchs W -254- NT" Club R. A. BEARD MORRIS KATZ C. L. SMITH H. B. BOULWARE R, M. LYONS G. T. STACEY A. M. BOYD W. S. MARTIN O. H. THOMPSON J. F. BRITTAIN G. E. MQDONALD L. P. WALKER D. W. CENTER W. MCNENNEY C. E. WAITS J. T. DAVENPORT J. G. PERKERSON H. A. WEST N. C. DEAN D. J. PHILLIPS E. D. WILCOX C. E, DUNCAN C. B. PRESTON J. R. WILCOX R. W. EUBANKS J. K. RANKIN C. W. WILLIAMS JOHN FERGUSON W. REESE L. P. WOODALL E. H. GIBSON C. H. ROBERTS C. R. YATES W. H. GLENN J. D. SEAY A. J. YORK L. C. HAYS C. F. SHAW First Row: Beard, Center, Davenport, Dean, Duncan, Gibson, Glenn, Hays. . - - Second Row: McDonald, Mc:Nenney, Perkerson, Rankin, Roberts, Seay, Smith, Thompson. . . . Third Row: Walker, Waits, West, Woodali, Yates, York. 'i -255f g Wxxx S Plum 55 FCDGTBALL w 1, E. l-l. GIBSON End C. B. PRESTON Center C. W.T?y!IiLiAMs C. H. ROBERTS By RALPH McGIl.L lSports Editor, Atlanta Constitutionl lt was a team to cheer, it was a team to love, this one which represented Georgia Tech in football for the season of IQ34. lt won one game and lost nine. Yet such was the quality of its spirit, and such was the caliber of its courage that it was never a team to forget or to forsake. These are the usual things said of a team which loses. Yet of this Tech team it is a true thing to say. Because the team knew football. lt played hard and well. It played intelligently. And each Saturday it set its face against heavy odds and went into the game as though they were even. It came to be an inspiration, that team. Callous newspaper men, who like to write victories, began to forsake winning teams to follow it around and report on its fight. lt won one and lost nine. Yet it was a suc- cessful team. The teams of W. A. Alexander have at least one quality, which is perhaps a double quality although his teams make them one. They know football and they fight. Their weapons may be dull. They may be giving away FOOTBALL IO pounds per man. They may have inadequate reserves. But they know football. And they fight. Georgia Tech's string of victories since the Na- tional championship won by the I928 team on January l, I929, in the Rose Bowl against Cali- fornia, has been a relatively thin one. But in all those years Georgia Tech has yet to have a team which was not worthy of the cheers given it. The i934 football team had five veterans around which the team was built. They were, in a sense, key men. Football writers knew what Coach Alexander said early in the summer, before the season began: "lf one of our key men gets hurt we will be in a bad way and cannot expect to make a very good showing." A week before the season began Jack Phillips, captain and all-Southern fullback, hurt a knee. l-le was the passer. l-le was the chief ball carrier. l-le was the man who backed up the line. l-le was, one might say, a great part of the team. I-le never recovered. l-le played. But his knee never was well. l-le was slowed up. l-lis passing was affected. Other injuries followed. The five key men never got to play as a well and fully-effective unit. The result was not unanticipated. W. S. MARTIN l-lalfback O. ST R E ET F u l l ba ck . h Q' X A .. . IX- . tif X X D. J. PHILLIPS .K ' "Q, ' Fullback ' .-, E . . .,'... " -':.': :" - N. C. DEAN Tackle W. SACKETT End J. M. FITZSJMONS J. B. LINDSEY Tackle Guard J. S. MOORE Quarterback FOOTBALL It is not good policy to mention names. Yet there were some men who seemed to lead. There was "Shorty" Roberts, I32 pounds ot personality and skill: the best tootball player tor his pounds the game ever has seen. There will be many tootball writers who saw this team play who will wish, in a thousand toot- ball conversations to come, they could have seen Shorty Roberts run behind a great line and skilled interterence. There were the two Wilcox brothers, the Texans: John and Dave, who played at guards: Pewee Williams, the giant tackle: l-loot Gibson, the splendid end, and others. They all had a part. There was "Sundial" Martin, who was ill all sea- son, playing a small part when he should never have had on a unitorm had he not demanded it. There were others. lt was a unit, this team, a crippled unit but a unit in spirit and loyalty. They closed out this season in a most amazing way. Defeated eight consecutive times they went in to meet Georgia on Georgia's home tield at Athens. Georgia had, atter a slow start, gath- ered speed and reached the peak expected. Yale had been defeated. Yet tor more than three quarters the score was nothing and nothing and an hysterical crowd saw Georgia slip over one touchdown in the closing FCDCDTBALL minutes to win by a single score when they had been expected to win by at least tour. The tirst game was with Jess lNleely's smart, powertul Clemson team. Tech won it I2 to 7. Clemson went on to tinish as one ot the leading teams in the Southern Conterence. But that was Tech's lone victory. Vanderbilt came next to Grant tield. And Tech's ill luck began. Two passes were batted into the hands ot Vanderbilt men by Tech players trying to break them up. Each time a touchdown resulted. The unique teature ot this was that in the IQ33 game at Nashville Tech lost to Vanderbilt when a Tech player batted a pass into a Vanderbilt man's hands. Vanderbilt won 27 to I2 with the ill-tated des- tiny ot this Tech team, which was to have injuries and bad luck in games, helping out. Dulce was next. Tech had deteated Dulce the year betore. Dulce had come to Atlanta unde- teated and with an invitation to the Rose Bowl assured with a victory over Tech. The Georgia Tech team, doped to lose by a wide margin, won 6 to O. This year Dulce was set with one ot her best teams. The game was played in Durham at the W. V. LYONS Center L. C. HAYS l-laltbaclc E, MCKIN l-laltbaclc LEY J. G. PERKERSON a baclr Q4 V R. J. WARNER Guard A. M. BOYD Quarterback C. F. SHAW J. R. WILCOX Guard FOGTBALL Duke stadium. Duke, using a great pass attack, out-sped the slower Tech backs and won a con- vincing 2I to O victory. But it was a ball game all the way, Tech stopping the running game, which had been expected to win. But the pass game was something which worried Tech all season. Michigan was next. Tech, playing her tirst game against Michigan, had to dispense with the services ot her best end, l-loot Gibson. Michigan had a colored player. Tech did not protest the player but Michigan, in removing him, suggested that Tech, to do the sporting thing, would re- move one ot her players. The man removed was an end and so Tech removed the man trom the same position on her team. lt was tate, or something, that Michigan's one touchdown, scored in a cold, driving rain which tell all through the game, should have been scored around the end where the sub was playing. Michi- gan won at Ann Arbor by a score ot 9 to 2. Tulane was next. It was a long journey, trom Ann Arbor to New Orleans, with a tew days' stop in Atlanta. lt was a most amazing game. For most ot the game Tech outplayed Tulane. And then Tulane pushed over a touchdown to win 20 to I2. The last touchdown came when Tech was throwing passes desperately trying to score, gambling everything to overcome that I3 to I2 .M x .. ., ,H . kfai 'Way f f In iff W FOCDTBALL score against them. Roberts, Lawrence l-lays, and Sundial Martin turned in great games as did Gibson. Gibson dropped one pass for a touch- down. This was one of Tech's three really great games against superior odds. North Carolina's great team, defeated but once, came to Tech next and beat the tired, reserve-lacking Jackets, 26 to O. The game was played at Grant field. lt was a question of too much power. And a tired team trying to meet it. Auburn came next and on a muddy field blocked two kicks which led to touchdowns and scored another which gave them a I9 to 6 victory on Grant field. And then came Alabama, the team which closed the season with a smashing 29 to I3 vic- tory over Stanford in the Rose Bowl to finish with as good a claim to the National title as possessed by any other team. Alabama won on Grant field, before a great crowd, 40 to O. Yet it was Tech's finest game, unless the Georgia game matches it. Tech stopped Alabama's running game. The pass combination of l-lowell to l-lutson, which was to smash Stanford's undefeated team, beat Tech, Dixie l-lowell and Don l-lutson were bad medicine. Yet Dixie l-lowell was to tell this reporter, com- ing back from the Rose Bowl game: R. A. BEARD O. H. THOMPSON R. W. EUBANKS M. KATZ I. H. B. BOULWARE F. A. L. HOLLOWAY Manager E. D. WILCOX G. T. STACEY End FGOTBALL "The two hardest games l ever played in my three years at Alabama were the Georgia Tech game ot this lI934l tall and the St. Mary's game at San Francisco in l932." Tech's line and backtield, led by Shorty Roberts, played magniticently. But those passes, the best in the nation, were too much. Yet the game was a contest, not a rout as the score in- dicated. Florida was next, the game being played at Gainesville. Florida won I3 to I2, coming trom behind with the aid ot a blocked kick and passes atter Tech led I2 to O at the halt. And then came Georgia-at Athens. It was an inspired Tech team. It was a team which had been well-coached and well-instructed in the play ot the Georgia team. For more than three quarters a stunned crowd saw the Jackets play the Bulldogs even, match them run tor run, tackle tor tackle. In the end it was a questionable decision by an otticial which gave Georgia the break and a r W4 may FCDGTBALL 7-O victory. Georgia would have been satistied with a tie in this game despite the pre-game dope which gave Georgia a tour-touchdown vic- tory. And that was the end ot the trail tor as gallant a team as ever wore Tech colors. It won one and lost nine yet it never lost its courage and its spirit and its knowledge ot the game. At the end ot the season it was announced that Coach Alexander would have as his chiet assistants tor next tall, Bobby Dodd, backtield coach tor three seasons and one ot the finest coaches and gentlemen in the game and Mack Tharpe, a Tech boy and an all-Southern tackle ot some seasons ago, a loyal warrior and a fine coach. Coach Alexander is one ot the great figures in the game. l-lis players and newspaper men who know him realize his worth. l-le is worth more to Georgia Tech than all the victories to be won. l-lis team knows it. They play tor him and tor Tech-with that vital spark which Tech has de- veloped through years ot gallant, clean, hard- playing, and real sportsmanship. ' iii i 'sw i W ' ' if ii , fi i A A ,Sr V fy W , 1 vi' C. P. IRBY Manager i i ff Q' ig if l J. F. BRITTAIN O. D. SMTTH Tackle GREY DEVILS The success ot Georgia Tech's tootball teams year atter year is due mainly to the hard fighting boys known as the Grey Devils. They go out day atter day and take without thanks the roughest treatment that the first team has to otfer. Each week they learnithe plays ot the next opposing team, and run them against the varsity. Anyone connected with the team knows what hard tighters these men are, and it takes the best the varsity has in de- termination and co-operation to make any headway against them. Whatever skill and strength the tirst team possesses has been tried and developed by the Grey Devils. Coach Mack Tharpe is in charge ot them. P. M. Chance H. V. Earthman B. M. Bailey, Jr. L. Z. Drennon W. l.. Ray T. E. Brewer J. C. Hyder H. H. Wadsworth M. J. Konemann D. C. Schustek R. W. Hackett D. K. Rogers M. R. Arias T. L. Perry S. S. Tomlin H. H. Appleby J. K. Davis FRESHMAN FOGTBALL This year, as in the past, the freshman football team was combined with the "Grey Devils," most of their time being spent in scrimmage with the varsity. The team, however, did have a chance to show what it could do as a unit when it played the regular number of games as allowed by the Southeastern Conference. ln the initial game with Auburn, which was played in Auburn on October 26, the fresh- men showed the potentiality of developing into a fine team in spite of the fact that the score indicated a 7 to 7 tie. At the annual Thanksgiving Day game with the Georgia Bullpups, the Baby Jackets ran wild on muddy Grant field to talce the game 20 to I4. The proceeds of the game, obtained from the several thousand spectators who braved the threat of rain and the wet seats of the stands, were donated to the Scottish Rite Hospital for crippled children. 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Atter a slow start in which the tirst tour games were dropped, the team was re-organized by coach Roy lvlundortt to become a tormidable opponent to any team. The season opened with the Jackets playing an exhibition game with the world's champion Celtics ot New York. The Celtics, showing a mar- velous display ot passing and ball handling, were ot course able to win, but not until Tech had put on a second halt rally that brought the tinal score to 27-23. The regular schedule ot tourteen games began with Clemson at Clem- son where the Jackets were deteated by this outstanding Southern Con- terence aggregation 43-29. Swails, a six toot-tour center was the out- standing star, shooting twenty points tor Clemson. On January I6, Tennessee came to Atlanta with their basket-tinding eyes apparently trained a little better than those ot the Jackets to win 36-26. Next, Tech met Georgia in Athens betore a crowd ot ISOO, the larg- est ever to attend a game at Woodrutt l-lall, only to lose decisively, 33-23. BASKET-BALL On January 25, the Vanderbilt Commodores came to Atlanta expect- ing an easy victory, but much to their surprise they tound Coach Mun- dortt's new line-up, consisting ot Glenn, l-lyder, Kidd, Boulware, and l-lays, almost too strong tor them. An extra period was necessary and the Com- modores were able to win 33-32. The Yellow Jackets on February 2 were visited by the Georgia Bulldogs intent on ending the series with a quick victory. The Jackets, however, continuing to exhibit their brilliant play ot the preceding week, were able to avenge the deteat ot earlier in the season with a 32-27 victory. l-lyder and Glenn were outstanding tor Tech. For the tinal home game ot the season the Jackets deteated Auburn in a very close game 25-24. The tollowing week the Jackets began a trip which carried them to Vanderbilt and Kentucky. l-lyder was unable to make the trip, and al- though Stacey was an able man to till his place, the team was outclassed, losing to Vandy 53-24 and to Kentucky 57-30. On February I2, the squad travelled to Auburn to win an excellent victory 32-I9, in which l-lays was high scorer with eleven points. Mercer University, coached by Jim Slocum, last year Jacket star, next entertained our team in Macon. Despite the illness ot several regulars Jimmy's team put up a tine tight, and Tech was pressed to win 42-28. i 1 STACY i t ML., ft '51 i .Q .QV BOULWARE HAYS CS. . ,N vi' .9 i g... -1 1411 PONDER it -.Q ' KY i gh F? .2 WOODALL THORPE DAVIS CRAWFORD TE 2 C CHAPMAN Manager LUCAS Manager BASKET-BALL To decide the supremacy of the state, Georgia and Tech met in Athens on February 23, in what proved to be the most thrilling game of the year. At the end of regular game time the score stood 38-38. Dur- ing the extra period diminutive Hank Crawford made Tech basket-ball his- tory by scoring nine points. Hank sunk tosses from all angles for a total of three field goals anol three free shots. However it was the remarkable work of Captain Billy Glenn that was largely responsible for Tech's victory. He was a continual driving force when Tech was behind, while himself ris- ing to supreme heights as a player in his final game for Tech. Hyder, season high point man for Tech was also high man for the Jackets this night with sixteen points. lnlthe concluding game of the season Tech defeated Sewanee 42-3 l. The success of the freshman team was inspiring. These youngsters made it apparent that the basket-ball future of Tech is assured by winning every game on a twelve game schedule by top-heavy scores. Ben Jones was high season scorer with l58 points, followed closely by Ed Jones and Sims with I I5 and lO9 points respectively. Varsity letter men were: Glenn, Hyder, Hays, Boulware, Kidd, Crawford, and Stacey. Freshman numerals were awarded Ben Jones, Ed Jones, Jordan, John- ston, Sims, Aldridge, and Trask. X 1 uw .fimk f- WAITS HYDER McNENNEY ROBERTS r, . A if se ,- i K . rf ' ' 5 wig: yksigjk. .fflifi my . 5,.i-sw,-f ' T ' 1 V Q '- -will . 1 KIDD MARTIN BASEBALL "Sundial" Martin was elected captain of the I935 Baseball team. "Shorty" Roberts was elected alternate captain. Martin, a Senior this year, has been very active in athletics at Georgia Tech, this being his fourth year on the baseball team. I-le also completed three years on the football team this past season. l-lis excellent throwing arm and a good season last year make him a good prospect for the coming year. Roberts, also a Senior, is finishing up his career as a most successful player at center field position. ' The team, after two weeks of practice, opened the season with a practice game with Buford at Rose Bowl Field. The more experienced semi pro team won over Tech by a 6 to I score, but which was much tighter than the score indicates. A second game with Buford the same weelc showed a big improvement in the team's strength when Tech held them to a 6-4 score. Two days later another practice game was played with Carters- ville in Cartersville in which the Tech team began X TT .ii f 1.1 Y f i BASEBALL to show their real strength and came out vic- torious with a 7 to 4 score. Carpenter, a Junior this year, showed tine prospects ot becoming a star pitcher. The team as a whole looked very good, not an error being made by any ot the play- ers. Shorty Roberts, I-loot Gibson, Pug Boyd, and l-larry Appleby led in the hitting. Fitten Jacket diamondeers, two managers, and Coach Dodd lett Atlanta the tollowing Mon- day night tor Tuscaloosa, Ala., where they opened the I935 Baseball season in a tilt with the Crim- son Tide. Alabama has one ot the strongest col- lege teams in the south. Virtually every member ot the outtit which won three out ot tour games from the Jackets last year is again on the squad. Behind the tive-hit pitching ot Lee Rogers, vet- eran Tide hurler, Alabama defeated Tech IO to 3. There are tour substitute pitchers, McKinley, Lefty Thomas, Carpenter, and Edentield, one understudy tirst-baseman, Sparky Adams, a soph- omoreg Bob Matthews, a substitute intielder, Bud A rm A C s ig? EL- ': ,VH 2 . r S I ' 8 -31.4 . ADAMS "' i ii Q Eli if CARPENTER , B THOMAS . I fs, ' r, 2 ' HJ 'iv : V: fx . , KJQQ 'Q5 I "QQ . i - in i - ' ,itglffris ' 'f yififfifff A' T rs' 2,5 G R O S S 1 GAY Manager COWARD Manager BASEBALL Lindsey, a substitute outtielder, and McDonald catching. The line-up is as tollows: Carl Waits, pitcherg l-larry Appleby, catcher: l-loot Gibson, tirst-base- man: Bill McNenney, second basemang Carmen Grossi, shortstop: Sundial Martin, third-baseman: Pug Boyd, lett-tielderg Shorty Roberts, center- tielderg and John l-lyder, right-fielder. The season, well tilled with home games, opened with the tirst game ot the year being played with Alabama at Tuscaloosa on April 2, tollowed by Clemson at Clemson, April 5 and 6. The remainder ot the schedule tollows: Auburn, here, April I2, I3g Auburn, at Auburn, April IQ, 20. Oglethorpe, here, April 22, 235 Clemson, here, April 26, 27. Georgia, here, May 33 Georgia, at Athens, May 4 and IO. Georgia, here, May Ilg Oglethorpe, here, May I7, I8. FRESHMAN BASEBALL In the past few years it has become a policy to use the freshman baseball team only as a stepping stone to the varsity. The coaches do not schedule any games for the team so their only practice comes in scrimmages with the upperclassmen. l-lowever, there is a great deal of interest taken in the team throughout the freshman class because of the fact that it is the first glimpse of future stars, near the first of the season the most promising men are picked, and Coach lvlundorff begins to teach them the secrets of Tech baseball. The future varsity team has a promising outlook in these men: Jesse Bradshaw, and Willard James, catchers: Jack Chivington, Charles Trask, and Louis Gulley, pitchers: Joe O'Neil, first base: Jack Petersen, second base: Bill Jordan, short stop: Warren Tierce, third base: Bill Jenkins, Dick l-learn, l-lerman Adams, outfieldersg John Sisley, and Harry Beck, utility. -277- 1 X351 K X X I J., N Q xx K xi E u I X11 wif f l! A W W ' jy Wa? :ff e WW xx 'x Xi - X f x N ? 7 ' I A ff I X y Z 2 Q C, of TMH ffm T R A C K SMITH DEAN GUEST DAVEN PO RT KODEL WKTTERS TRACK The track team has had only one meet, defeating Clemson 67lf2 to 63lf2, as this goes to press. The rest ot the schedule calls tor meets with Alabama, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Georgia, Auburn and the Southeastern meet at Birmingham. The team was hard hit as the practice started losing Perrin Walker, Pee Wee Williams and Bill McKay. But, as the Clemson meet indicates Tech will give any ot the schools scheduled a race tor the points. Norris Dean will be one ot the big guns ot the team. l-le is one ot the best hurdlers in the South. I-le also puts the shot, throws the discus and runs on the mile relay team. Coach George Grittin has had to fill Walker's place in the dashes. l-le had John McKinley and Jerry Taylor running in the Clemson meet. Jim Dent will also run the dashes. The team seems to be strong in the distance and middle distance runs. l-larvey West, Jim Davenport, E. L. Battson and Irving Kodel have all turned in commendable times in the mile and two mile runs. West and Rankin won the mile TRACK and two mile races in the Clemson meet. Jim Davenport, W. E. Johnson and Ed McLain have been running the halt mile. Davenport won it in the tirst meet. Ralph Jones and John Seay are running the 440-yard race. In the hurdles Norris Dean has able support from John Tutts. Both ot them will be point win- ners during the season. Gordon Wallis, Charlie Smith and l-larry Weber all placed in the pole vault in the season's first meet. Wallis won the event. Jack Phillips, R. D. Brown and J. T. Davis will high jump tor the team. Gordon Wallis and Jimmie Moore will be point winners in the broad jump. Jack Phillips and O. A. Kort will win places in the javelin thrust. ln the discus throw and shot put, Norris Dean, Charlie Preston, Gilbert Stacy and Mit Fitzsimmon will participate. Dean and Preston are sure point getters. Jim Davenport was elected captain ot the team betore the season started. Norris Dean and Harvey West were named alternate captains at the same time. It ga., ,gf ai fr WEST JoNEs voRi4 sans.. 3 Q DENT sowrerzs 5 X-sw dl N' 3. 1, SEAY RANKIN r DUNCAN TUFTS WALLACE BATSON BICKERS TRACK As the tirst meet has been the only one run so tar this season it must be used in commenting on the team. Tech was doped to lose the Clemson meet. But, they ran nip and tuck with the Clemson team and when the tinal event ot the day came, the mile relay, they were one point back ot the Tigers. The relay team ot l-larvey West, Ralph Jones, Norris Dean and Jim Davenport put on the pres- sure and averaged 52 seconds apiece tor the mile run to win the race and the meet. g All during the meet the Tech team was pulling stunts like that. They may not be the best in the world and break many records, but they certainly are a great bunch ot competitors and that is the thing that counts in sports. Coach George Gritiin should be congratulated tor the tine spirit he has put into the team. l-le was taced with the unexpected loss ot his star trackman when the season began, but he has built up a very tine team which should win several meets. - FRESHMAN TRACK Unusual interest was talcen in treshman track this year because ot the large number ot promising stars on the team. The year is divided into two seasons: Cross country in the tall, and the regular events in the spring. Bob Aldridge was the outstanding man last tall, never failing to talce a tirst place tor the treshmen. When this article was written, two meets ot the spring season had been held. A trian- gular meet ended in a victory tor the Jackets with the score: Tech Freshmen 72, Tech High 49, and G. M. A. 32. The next meet was lost to a strong Boys' l-ligh team by the score ot 55lf2 to 66lf2. Another meet with Boys' l-ligh, one with the Georgia Freshmen, and one with the Auburn Freshmen still remained on the schedule. The outstanding men ot the spring season were: Konemann, Moon, l-lull, Collins, Ben Jones, Ed Jones, Fambrough, Goldman, Aldridge, Kenimer, Fincher, Pearce, Mcfathern, Staples, and Vaughn. -283- CROSS CCDUNTRY The Cross Country Team under the direction ot Coach George Grittin completed a very successtul season last tall. With no outstanding individual stars, but consisting ot a number ot men ot marked ability, the team registered wins over Alabama and Auburn by comtortable margins. When Auburn won trom Florida, however, Tech lost the con- terence championship as our team was deteated by Tennessee at Knoxville in a thrilling battle. The Freshman Team won with ease trom Boys' l-ligh and Georgia Military Academy. The Varsity will lose by graduation, F. A. Jones and Irving Kodel, but with the ad- dition ot a number ot valuable men, including the outstanding freshman star, Robert Aldridge, the tuture ot the team loolcs very bright. Those men awarded letters were: VARSITY LETTERS FRESHMAN NUMERALS l-l. A. West R. P. Aldridge E. O. Batson M. l.. Goldman l. M. Kodel E. C. Fambrough F. A. Jones J. W. Smithson W. F. Johnson B. M. Blum J. K. Rankin, Captain J. P. Byrd C. A. Bickerstatt -284- i mx: f f J' .9 113 ' - .. 'f" "N:. 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' ' "A??'1?Wf 'flwf 'wi-'ur 2,5 -3' 5131. 15,1-'ji'l,gA A .kijjfigfq-'f' ,-f f . 4 ,6 :1l'i'-1'1" ' ' ,-Qf-y:4'Q+0rZ?2! .svn '- my I-ffuyr ' Q-11. K-33-frpagak ,.e4.3wf5a?!' ' 35 if 'Q ., Z, '--f ' ' ,Q . . s?-ffgj-.".. ZL, "'? - ' . , ,q5.fk3LCpi'fg f -,' ' ,P-LT U-W-GF'-'R -v:.L '-le?v'1'33'5Q55'.:qll"'3?'1'lj3':iLkii,"fQf V" ll' , 'u2,ff331Ag.-:gi-gfgqi: V :f,.y.f- . than 4 ,,,h.,Rii,., -:QT Zh .. . N , ,- -, -f A 5 J' r Y .-- 5. . T SP R IN - ? i SWIMMING Georgia Tech's swimming team, considered one ot the best in the Southeast by virtue ot its ten year's unbroken series ot victories, started the l935 season with a triangular meet with the University ot Tennessee and Maryville College. Tennessee had been undefeated up to this time: however, the Tech team toolc the lead from the start by winning the tour hundred yard relay and steadily torged ahead to win six out ot nine events. The tinal score was: Tech 53, Tennessee 33, Maryville 27. The next meet with Clemson in South Carolina proved to be very close. Tech won tive ot nine events: however, with the loss ot the relay to Clemson and despite the valiant etforts ot the Tech Tankmen the tinal score stood, Clemson 46, Tech 39. At the time that this is written the team is preparing tor a meet with Auburn, to be tol- lowed by the tinal one ot the season with our traditional rivals, the University ot Georgia. The team, ably trained and conditioned by Coach Kenneth Thrash, had turned in good in- dividual pertormances. Richardson lowered the record that he had set the previous season in the two hundred yard breast stroke. l-lart has shown great improvement in this event also. Plage, a sophomore, has been consistantly good in the baclcstrolce event. Perry and Mc- Kinstry, newcomers this year, represent the team in diving. Coley and R. M. Williams, soph- omores, in dashes and in the relays, while Berry, a senior, proved to be a real "find," l-louse, LeRoux, and R. J. Martin swam the distance events. Catts, the captain ot the team, was the high point man tor the season. Benton served as the team's manager, while Dougherty, aided by Gottisman, coached and managed the treshman team. -286- 7 'Trl' iff GOLF TEAM The Golt Team, coached by Protessor I-I. E. Dennison and composed ot Captain Charlie Yates, Berrien Moore, Charlie Dannels, John Ridley, Billy Ginn, and Billy Street, is well under way in an attempt to complete its third undefeated season in collegiate teamplay competi- tion. Duke, Davidson, and Furman have already been deteated although return matches have yet to be played with these colleges. There also remains a match with Georgia and the Southern Intercollegiate Championship betore the team leaves in June tor Washington to compete in the National Intercollegiate. Last year's team had an average per man each round ot 74 although the matches were played over the hardest courses in the South, including the Augusta National, where Tech de- teated Georgia by a wide margin. In June the team went to Cleveland tor the National Intercollegiate. Charlie Yates, Ber- rien Moore, and Frank Ridley, present Atlanta City Champion, qualified tor the Champion- ship flight, while tough luck managed to keep the remaining member, George I-Iarris, just outside the low thirty-two. Moore lost in the second round to the medalist, Chuck Kocsis, ot Michigan. Ridley and Yates continued on until, when the time came tor the semi-tinal round, Tech was assured ot a place in the tinals as these two had to meet one another. Yates was victorious, and the next day he deteated Ed White ot Texas tor the Championship. This is the second Intercollegiate Champion Tech has had. The tirst being Watts Gunn. fit f. Lett to Right: Moore, Dannals, Yates, Ridley, Ginn. -287- TENNIS At the time this article is being written the Georgia Tech Tennis Team has played three matches. The team won the tirst match ot the season with Fort Benning Otlicers, nine to one. ln the second match, played with Davidson, Tech won easily to a score ot seven to nothing. The last match to be played, with Mississippi State, was won by Tech, tive to one. That Tech has one ot the best teams in the South was evidenced by the tact that it was invited to play an exhibition match against Alabama at the Sports Carnival held in Sa- vannah during Easter. Members ot the team include Billy Reese, Captain and Number Five man in lntercol- legiate ranking, Burtz Boulware, l-lanlc Crawtord, Fernandez-Morrell, Tommy Tumlin, Mac Keiser, l-lenry Switt, George Silva, and Marion Moody, Manager. Lett to Right: Moody, Keiser, Reese, Boulware, Morrell, Swift, Silva, Crawford. -288- f-+' - A 777 Y WW E 4 5 1 w A 3 3 3 a A , i- 5 r E s E T 1 4 P F' 2 n 1 , i v r x h 1 3 1 , i F 5 9 E 5. . f Q E 5 A rv in E Q E E ZQ 3 2 5 Q ry Q 'A 1, 5 's S 5 5 5. S T E ! 5 1 Q QI il L S Q 5 5 , 5 Q Q ga 5 if C F it 5 if if B if E if , 5 E E - Y. H.. , ,.V. .-., .,. . ,. V., ....,. j W'-,,. . , ,,,,-ww..-.-..- f,...1.,f ..-v- ,.v. .. 4, -.-, r.. -..-...-........1,,..., ,.f......v..,....,,,.-n.,.-W.,-. ...- -- ,ln ESQUIRE JR ,,-faonmsmun. YOU MAY BUY TIIE FOIlD V-8 WITH DELUXE EQUIPMENT IF YOU PBEFEB- BUT EVERY Fllllll IIAS TIIE SAME CHASSIS fl 12" WIIEELBASE o l23"SPllINGBASEj, TIIE SAME V 8 EN GINE o ALI.-STEEL BOIlY o SAFETY-GLASS ALI. AIl0UNll n 6:00 X l6" AIR-llALLO0N TIRES There is only one Ford V-8. Each car is me- chanically the same, built to the same standard of quality. DeLuxe equipment is available for those who prefer it. Every Ford V-8 gives you the same fine car performance and big car roominess. Comfort Zone riding has been engineered into the Ford V-8. All passengers now ride cradled between the axles on the full-floating 123" springbase. Every single Ford V-3 owner gets the smooth performance of the powerful V-8 engine-the thrill of an MSF with the thrift of a nfl". Every Ford V-8 owner gets safety-glass all around at no extra cost. All-steel welded body, 6:00x16" AUTHORIZED SCUTHEASTERN air-balloon tires are standard equipment on every Ford V-8. Fenders match the body color without extra charge. Examine the new Ford V-8 feature by feature and you will agree that it is the biggest dollar value Ford has ever offered. And it is the most economical Ford ever built. Select the model you prefer-with or without DeLuxe equipment. Either way you get a Ford V-3. Ford builds to only one standard of quality. FORD V YI AND UP, F. 0 B DETROIT FORD DEALERS El"fTe'm'T"' 'f"U Credit Company T A ized Ford Fina ON THE AIR-Ford Symphony Orchestra, Sunday Evenings-Fred Waring, Thursday Evenings--Columbia Network Saturday Evenings, Fred Waring, 1935 3 Edited I B . by mt ' 1'nbli.wl1c1- .- CEORGH P. lilllilll-ZLI.. Jlc. w , O HEURGE P' BUIWELL T H E M A G A Z I N E ARTICLES ADVERTISERS-CCont'd.D Page Finale Maestro ..... .................. I ny George P. Burdell 10 Hoi-ffgonos Company A...,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,.,.. , 28 D E P A R T M E N T S Hunter Coal Company ........... . 21 Corespondence: The Resonance and the Wrath... 4 Claud H, Hutcheson Company ,.-', D 21 F I C T I 0 N Jellico Coal Company ............ .. 26 I Did It. . . ....,..,...... by GE!0I'g9 P, Burdell 4 J91-Sgy Ige Cream Company .,,, , , 18 H U M 0 R Lyle 85 Gaston, Inc. ........ . 28 Is My Face Red 'Z ...................... by George P. Burdell 4 David J, Molloy P1ant ,,,,., , 17 P E R S 0 N A L I T I E S National Oil Products Co. .... . 17 Me For President .......,............. by George P. Burdell 4 New Y0rk Market ,,,,,..,,,..., ,, 28 P I C T 0 R I A L F E A T U R E S Nichols Construction Company .... .. 30 "Why does this ................................,, .. 12 Pacino lllutual Life Ing, Co. ,,,, , , 17 P 0 E T R Y Henry M. Powell Life Ins. Co.. .. .. 30 W9 Hi1'1't gOt H0116 ........ ,....,.......,,..... P hotg-Process Engraving CQ, , , , , , 32 T R E N D S IN D R E S S Railroads of the Southeast .... , 13 Esquire, Jr. on The Cover .........,,......... 1 Robert 85 Company ......... , 26 A D V E R T I 5 E R S Sacco Lowell Shops ..... . 9 American Service Company .......,..,...... ,, 18 Sigmund-Eisner Company .. .. 24 Aristocrat Dairies Company .... H 17 Schwob Clothing Company .. . ,, 18 Atlantic Ice 85 Coal Company ,,,, H 22 Southern Tailors ................. .. 26 Blick Bowling Alleys ....... H 21 Spratling, Harrington 8L Thomas .. 22 Campbell Coal Company H 26 Standard Pharmacy ........... . , 31 Coca-Cola Company ................ 9 Sta-Illey SfUdi0S ----- , 33 R. D. Cole Manufacturing Company .... ,, 26 SUDGNOT Laulldfy -'-- . 28 Corn Products Refining Company .... H 27 Tech College 11111 --4-- H 19 De Jarnette Supply Company ..... H 18 Tech C0II1IIliSSa1'y - 22 Doctors of Atlanta ......... H 31 T'9Cl1 Shop -------- -- 22 Eastman Kodak Stores, Inc.. . . . . 17 Trio Laundry - - - - - 18 Foote St Davies Company .... 34 The V3fI'SitY --------f----'f . 18 Ford Motor Company ..... 2 JHCQUSS Wolf 36 COIHDRHY -.--. . 26 Robert Fulton Hotel .... 23 Weinstock's Florist Shop ..... . 22 W. H. Glenn ........... N 22 White 8: Gold Laundry ..... .. 28 Fulton Supply Cornpany .... ,, 22 Yancey Brothers, Inc. ,, .. 26 Georgia Tech "'---"-- 6 Hamilton Tailoring Co. .. . 30 Thanks to the The staff wishes to take this oppor- real Esquire tunity to thank the publishers of Esquire for the use of many of their cuts and for allowing us to parody the maga- zine that has won its place in every home, club and rendezvous by its uniqueness in the presentation of fiction, humor, and genuine human interest. To W -29I- Esquire We are deeply grateful for their kindness and cooperation. To the students The BLUE PRINT wishes to urge at Georgia Tech each student to keep in mind the advertisers in this book when buying in any of the many lines presented by the above firms. Each is a Tech supporter and has con- tributed much toward making this book a success. 4 THE RESGINANCE IDIDIT I am getting tired of being talked about the way I have in the last few months. I think that now is the time to put my foot down and admit that I did it or that I didn't do it. Ever since the ballot boxes were burned in an elec- tion of class officers or 'sumpin-I have been the tar- get for a great number of cutting and sarcastic re- marks-accusing me of the terrible crime. If I did it, I would be proud of it and if I didn't do it I would say that the accusations were monstrous. Now does that satisfy you. I might as well say now that I'm quite a notorious character, but also a man who has background. I have been at Tech for-let me see-I believe for about fifteen years. I've heard some of the finest lec- tures in the Chemistry and Physics and other of the 'rubbush, arts. In fact, I believe I did pass one of those chemistry courses of Dr. Boggs or Dr. Daniel -Chem 18 or 28 sometime in ,28 or '29. I expect to break into the limelight most anytime now. I'm sure that my many friends will be glad to hear this and will help place me in a position of re- sponsibility. As for the "ballot box affair'-I did it-I did it, and Iim proud of it. I'll use it in my forthcoming campaign. I just thought 1'd take this opportunity to get things straight withyou fellows. Yours sincerely George P. Burdell Spring Street North Avenue Williams Street sth Street IS MY FACE RED? I must answer the party who called me from Wa. 7000 or Vernon 1400 or Jackson 1500. I am humil- ified. Can you imagine the ingratitude of it all? And to the one man who is the best customer that any of them ever had, the man who for fifteen years has sipped the dregs of all the fine beverages from "Gil- bey,s" to "Two Naturalsf' What I,m trying to say is that this guy left a sample of his "new stuffv at one of my favorite houses. It was labeled: "Bottled in Bond-Bourbon." ESQUIRE, JR. AND THE WVRATII I fixed up the boys around the house with a fine cocktail and had them all satisfied as to the fact that it was the finest Bourbon they'd ever tasted. What do you think happened that night? "My man" called to ask me what I thought of his stuff. He said, "That is some of that corn I was telling you about, you know, like the kind we used to get in '2S. That sure is a pretty label, isn't it, George? Say, with that corn, I'm sure to make a million. Now, I ask you, is that a thing to do to a fellow? I just can't face my fellows anymore. It just goes to show you what might happen to your 52.00. And to think it happens to me-the best customer in Geor- gia. 1 0 Yours till the next, GEoRGE P. BURDELL, '21-'35 W' est Peachtree Fowler Drive Ponce de Leon Q ME FOR PRESIDENT Tech men, here's your chance to have a man in politics. Well, we do need a few friends in the upper crust, don't we? I, George P. Burdell, do hereby and hereon declare myself a candidate for President of these here United States. I intend to run on a platform which is bound to please everybody. I propose a platform of wet-dry principles. My suggestion will be to have everybody who wants pro- hibition to go to a state where they have "don't have it,,' and those that crave it should move to a state that "has itf' This should please everyone. All the bootleggers- and I am their friend-may move to a dry state and they'll be satisfied. You see, things are not so com- plicated after all. My only regret is that I'm afraid that with my new affiliations I'l1 have to leave my Alma Mater--Good Ole Tech. But my son, George P. Burdell, Jr., seems to have taken hold where I left off. I guess he's just an anonymous like his papa. Me for President-more for Tech. Till we count the votes, GEORGE P. BURDELL, ,BS -292- I 935 To hell with the instruments1when my corn twitches th9l'0,S a storm abrewin, " - 293 - Courtesy Esquire alffif-In, ESQUIRE, JR. o GEGRGIA SCI-IOGL 2 T ! 0 T E C H G L G G Y 5 l "A Technical School With a National Reputation" I l-lE GEGRGIA SCHGGL OE TECHNOLOGY otters to young men ot ability and ambition a i training which will tit them tor positions ot respon- - sibility and power. The national reputation ot this in- stitution is based not on claims, but on results. Its Q greatest asset is the record which its alumni are making in the productive work ot the world. Georgia Tech graduates succeed because they have been trained ' both to think scientitically and to work etiiciently. Courses in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Textile, Chemical, Ceramic and Aeronautical Engineering, i Architecture, lndustrial Education and General Science. ' Coast Artillery, Signal Corps, lntantry and Ord- nance Units ot the R. O. T. C., also Naval R. O. T. C. ! C35 I ! FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, ADDRESS g THE REGISTRAR I Georgia School of Technology ATLANTA GEORGIA ! ,, ,,,., ,-,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,-,,- - - ! 1 -u3u1o2u,oio1i 3 11103160 294 111 -11111 111 1 1 3 1 11111 111109 W' Lx ly R1-""",',2'jXx E K ff ,wfk Y! x ,. f ijx r if N X ' X X 4. BM f ESQUIRE, JR K K CN. 2 ' "N , W N-,PL , X 21. X xv WN , wtf X N bf MA A Y 'k ?"x J? L 5 Q ' 4 X fx MS""""-4,, 5X ,J , l W f .-if J 'E , x M N H uf xx X i fembifg, .vga . X - , , gm M x N Q "'A' 5' .fn , X Al W? X 'K JJ V , . Q w 'M ...ff WMS-f'M M 9 Ollti uWell, stubborn, if you do decide to com meet us in Palm Beach" 2296- Courtesy Esquire l 93 .3 vzcvxu---1-I---1I-------4o:1---- -- -1---- -0:0 ioiiiz-11111711-111011 U 5 I ' I A I I A I ' I 9 I F I ' I ' I I I Q 2 Q ADVANCED EQUIPMENT V FOR 1 g COTTON SPINNING AND WEAVING MILLS i AND RAYON TWISTING AND SLASHING l SOUTHERN SALES OFFICES i Atlanta, Ga. f Greenville, S. C. f Charlotte, N. C. Q GENERAL OFFICES i Q I47 Milk Street f Boston, Mass. i 5 Q it-.-1-1111 1-11-1---iiix-IL-Ianni-...zzzzzzznzwzg 2, Delicious and Refreshing Pure as Sunlight E X The proof of its purity is in the testing. Twenty-two scientific tests for purity, covering every step in its preparation, safeguard this drink of natural flavors. Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, Ca. IT HAD T0 BE GOOD E' f D fw ' is 'Z K ?f E MILLION , ff E A 1:3 T0 GET WHERE IT IS -297- I0 ESQUIRE, JR. e Finals aestro T Dis:-losing the merits of the 0rehestra- 0zzie Nelson and Harriet Ililliard. The 0rganizalti0n selected for the final Dances---June 5, 6, and 7 by GEIIRGE P. BUIIDELL As this issue of the BLUE PRINT goes to press all eyes at Tech are turned to the final set of dances with Ozzie Nelson and his or- chestra. with beautiful Harriet Hilliard. The dance committee headed by John Ridley is to be com- mended on two swell sets of dances. The first with Kay Kyser and now Ozzie Nelson, a work well done fellows. OZZIE-is a graduate of the New Jersey Law School and HARRIET-is regarded as the tops in torch singers - her beautiful voice - her blonde loveliness and the best figure in radio are only a few of the things that have made her the top of the tops among female vocalists everywhere. THE BAND-The present fourteen men in- clude the eight of the original Nelson Orchestra. They are featured Sundays over the NBC chain with joe Penner, on the Bakers Broadcast. They are likewise featured twice a week over the entire ARTICLE Ozzie Rutgers University. At Rut- gers he was a member of the swimming and lacrosse teams, quarterback on the football team, and intercollegiate welter- weight boxing champion. He was art editor of his college paper, president of the student council and held honors galore. He plays every instrument in the orchestra except the violin despite the fact that the violin is the only instrument that he ever had a lesson on. CBS chain. They record for Brunswick and Voca- lion. Their rise has been justly deserved. At present they are on top of the heap and are staying there. THE STAFF-only hopes Hurriezf V 298 - that this article will help to recall the happy moments at finals this year, or mayhaps help you to contemplate the best set of dances thus far atiTech. If we succeed in this we justly believe that our efforts in presenting the finals line-up will be more than justified. 1935 HBrothah, you ain,t confessirf, you's braggin'!" Courtesy Esquire -299- ESQUIRE, J 6cWhy does this gun go pffft instead of boom?', Courtesy Esquire - 300 - 1935 13 o 50-0301 1311111111: 1 2 1-1 1 :zz 11111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10-0.4 0 l l 13 g 8 ec IN ACADEMIC BUILDING U . Q H II 3 2 ' I 2 i Cafeteria Balfour Jewelry Q S : Fountain Service Books Sz Supplies ' n g Toilet Articles Pennants i i Q Fountain Pens Tech Stationery 2 Q i l 2 I 9 Q 5 Q i U i i 2 l All Graduates are Extended a Q Cordial Invitation to visit us. 3 , 0.0 3 O I 0 moto: 2151 1 21:15 21313 1:2 2 ix: 1 1 1 11: 11311 1 2 1 1 113 1 1 3113 3113111130 o ESQUIRE, JR 5561 Fm sorry, lady, but this is one time I d0n't give a damn how I lookf' -302- Courtesy Esquire 1 935 ,SM 4 I F bf 2? ' f, X. f , L. Q, N" AE 4,2 i W J gqfyix Y .f 2 I S . ,, A f ,..,-f f ffl! ff! R 'Ji I Q N.. 6'You'se can't argue with a -303 - of", ' 4 9 r V i K7 f 1 38, ming 9' f12ff5'1l'ff!' V f ,f-' KV-3 ,A ,fFf' f af ff-. Harvard mana' Courtesy Esquirv 1935 oiorioiizi i1 1:11 1 1 1 1:1 1 1 1 1o1oqt I I Q1 .l Q I Ti-is covisa on this book i is the product of an organization i of specialists whose sole work I the creation of unusual covers for I School Annuals, Set Books, Histories, I Catalogues, Sales Manuals and : other Commercial Publications I THE DAVID 1. MOLLOY co. I 2857 North 'Maxam Avenue I cuicAoo I I I I I 3 A.. M101 1 1 1111 1 1 1 1 1 1 11111411140 0:01101o1u1u1o1o1o1o1 1 1 1 11111 1o1o4 I ENGINEERS! i Bring Us Your Koclalc Eilm Q tor Expert Einishing i Correct Developing i Means Better Pictures I Eastman Kodak Stores, Inc. I EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC I iss PEACHTRTQTQ A T L A N T A .g....:..:.,-..-.,:.,:.,:.: 2 :.,:.,:..:..:.,:..-.,-. 0301101111ii101011111:1o1010101o1o1o1o1o1uc II H A Message to Textile Engineers II We wish to congratulate ou on the com letion of , y P II your college training, and to wish you much suc- i cess in your chosen Held. C Nopco Laboratories will continue to be at y ur Q service in any new field of endeavor. U f'Z Q ML? II 5 National Oil Products Company E HARRISON, N. " BOSTON CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO org 1411 01n1u1o1r-11,1110111101o1o1o1o1o1o14 ,ui 'O 0i01o1o1o1o1o14101014111114n1u1o1o1n1o1 A . I TI-IEMILK TI-IAT I-IELPS BUILD BODIES AND BRAINS OE COLLEGE MEN Hrisiocra The Milk that I-lelps You Win the Battles ot Life Triple-Tested for Purity 014:14 1 .1o1u1o1o1o1o1 i1o1u1o1o1o14 The PACIFIC MUTUAL Lite Insurance Company of California FOUNDED 1868 LIFE INSURANCE and RETIREMENT ANNUITIES wiifo Permanent and Total Disability Benefits ACCIDENTJMJHEALTH IS YOUR ACCIDENT AND -HEALTH INSURANCE NON-CANCELABLE? H?" , I' E M O R Y L . J E N K S , ' 2 3 General Agent ' , 1317 First National I, Bank Bldg. A T L A N T A o'o foigoioioir 1 1 1 14141101:n1o1u1o1n1n1 4 4 Hrisiocra 101-010101010101 1 1:1 1 1 1 .10 10101 10101 10101 1 1010,101010 C0mjJIimc'nfs of 1 1 1 L. W. DENMARK, Manager ROOERS STOR E 597 SPRING STREET 1010101 10101010101 1010101010101z 101010101010101010101010101010101 9 De JARNETTE SUPPLY CO., INC. Cement 1 Plaster 1 Lirne All Building Supplies O Phones HemIock 3967-8 Office and Warehouse 10th St. SL N. Boulevard ATLANTA, GA. 101010101 1010101 10101010101-0101 CHILES COAL COMPANY Serving Atlanta Coal Users tor I2 Years QUALITY COALS PHONES MA. 1151-1152 101010101010101010101010110101 1 1 1010101010101010101 1 1 10 1 COMPLIMENTS 1 JERSEY ICE CREAM CO., Inc. 784 N. Highland Ave., N. E. ATLANTA, GA. FRED E. SCANLING Hemlock 0379 101010101010101 1 1 1o10101010101r 101 10 1 10: 2 ESQUIRE, JR. ---":":'---:---'I'-- AMERICAN SERVICE CO. 1 Air Conditioned Ice ! - ! Refrigerators I ' Q 1 PHONES 1 Main 2400 z He. 2845 : Ra. S178 i I up :0:0:0:0:u:0:0:0:0:0:i1 zrquzucviv Scnwoj ILI r STABLISNED IQI2 FEGJISPAYDFI CL01' HES f I George Ratt says: 1 "Forget fha price mmf look at fha qualify" , U THE SCHWOB COMPANY 91 Peachtree St., N. W. U ATLANTA 1 GEORGIA 1 101010101 1-U101u101u101'01 2 101 Q0 T I"I E V A R S I 'I' Y H . U Good Eood 1 Cold Drinks ' PARKING LOT U 0 I Barber Shop in COlll16Cfi!Jl1' U SS-61 NORTH AVENUE, N. NW. I N-1-1111 N11111! I Tech g A tor I D t LAuNnnv i Specialist 1 g 26 Years A Q T R I O L A U N D R Y I J A C K S O N 1 6 0 0 i 4910111 10101010104n0101 111010101 1 14020 0.1 1035 '9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - -:1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10100 o'u1o11u1:111r1111111311111m Q 1 4 Q ! 2 2 Q ! 2 3 O T 2 Q , A Q QVACATQQN i E 1 : 2 L E Q 1 W 2 U wfsm C Q Q 4,54 fir'-fg. 0 ! l X QQ Q- ILQQI ! i irq ,Q ,QQ N Q U QM. g Q Q Q, ,fm ij 1 Z 2 M Q Q I kymmmw' I g I 1 'HQ 1 G ' J ' "I Q-Q C Q : , ' 1" Y QA' 5 S W Q N3-Q L Q 3 5 If 2 ' 1 5, Q 1 U Q U 5 II 2 E U U U T R A V E L B Y R A I L Q Q : ll 3 T h e S a f e S t W a y 5 Q U H U Q ! Q Qnng :,:,,:::,:,::-:,,-,-:::::-:--! -307- ESQUIRE, JR 66 99 Get up, you dirty aristocrat Courtesy Esquire -308- o 'Q 'Q 4 I 935 U U QIUQTTIT TTTTT T T1T 1 TiTTT Q T T T 1 T71 T QT T ! U Q I l l ' 'I'RY BO W LING U : . . . For Exercise - For Pleasure - For Health U g Brings every muscle into play-great for steadying H gm the nerves-plenty of excitement, too-not U -,-5 too strenuous for the girl friend. u Eh i . . . H 2 Day or N1ght 1 Bowling 12c 1 Pin Boy Fee 3C H U U eeeeee AAAATUA A A A .4 ' PARKING IN SAME BUILDING A T' 'T 'iiw' ' "'f""'T' U A E 1C s ow 1ng enter A B1' k' ' B 1' C 2 FOR RESERVATION Efzfzfafzces. . . 20 HOUSTON STREET . . . Q PHONE: WA. S622 P1iACH'l'Rlili AT LOEW's GIKANIJ U, H-. ....... . ,--,,-,:,-,::-::---:::Z-: ----- .g7i0l0l0l Dl0lUl0l llillll iii llilnlnii. yiwloiululu1-UiU7iUlUlUl0i4!lillili0ll!l0l T . 3 Claucl H. Hutcheson Q Hunter Coal Company 1 909 Boulevard, N. E. U H l i I U T 'f 2 Q U T U 2 U U ' T BAOQINQ AND TIES T l T U H U U ...TfOr... E T MAIN u 2 H 2 ! 2 3 6 8 8 ! QOVERTNO COTTON T U U E U T U U 5 U 0 U ' 5 U U 2 U , 2 T U I U . . Q JONESBORO : GEORGIA Q We Appreclate Tech Busuness U i U - - - ..,, - - I I -3O?- 1 1010102 101 101 101011203 14 -0-0-I - in-0-e - -010-nz 10-010 "FLOWERS" WHEN it is necessary to ill particular orders for particular people, it still is- and always will be- Weinstoclc's Flower Shop SPEACHTREE WA. 0908 - 0909 - 0910 1-0:.u:0:0:Q:urn-L-01-0-pnapuzuz-I.:-01-0:0-0:4 sfo WE ARE NOTED FOR OUR FAMOUS MILK SHAKES TECH COMMISSARY Fonnfaifz Drinks Quick I,IllIl'fJl'X f ISUXIIIKH' Meals 638 CHERIKY STREET 2 1 ax 101030101010101010102 10101: 10-0101 -0- -0- 1 1 1 - - - 1 Conzjnlinzelzts of 1 1 f W . H . G L E N N o CLASS OE l89I 10111:1-L-izzziizxzizw 1 rzoiuiuzuluiu1uznzuzauzuzuzoluz010 Eashion's Newest Things Tor College Men RIGHT IN Sfyle f Qualify f P rice THE TECH SHOP 49 NORTH AVENUE, N. W. 1010101010101iznznzozuinxoz 101: 101524 10- no 1-1------111111110 ESQUIRE, JR. :010:0:0:0:0:uz010:0101 zuznininquzo H U o U FULTON SUPPLY CO. I nd usirial f Textile U C0lIfI'flC'fO7'S 0 E Supplies and Machinery H ATLANTA, GA. 1 MA. 3400 llxllrllritbltilliivihlllifl1010101 1010150 SPRATLIN, HARRINGTON 8: A THOMAS E T lnsuranee f Surety Bonds U 72 Marietta Street, N. W. H ATLANTA 1 GEORGIA U 1 1 10111i0i0i0lll1'0iHi1ri4lini 1 101054 C O M P L I M E N T S I T U f Q F 1 U U I A FRIEND OF GA. TECH T 1030201471015 20:-120:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:f-aio Thousands of People Consist- ently RE-ORDER our Coals- There Is zz Reason , U U ATLANTIC Ice a coAL co. PHONE MAIN 1900 T 1 1 1:1 301010i0102010i01 1 3011 I into 1935 23 vfoxuzuz : -10:010:0:0:.U:e:e:4-:U1112111020:0:11:an:0:uzuqpnguguguqnf,xeznzuxuzux pznzoznfo Robert Fulton Hotel 2 F ff 1' fy U F 3 A "Aflmzm'.s' Bw!" - W fi s T 'X-t Tw: -A - ,. U ut4 w p WCf,tsD ! ! Q U A fi ifff io E113 M111 Wm ! 2 A 5 R+ T T J Hlliztewii i j 2 H 'f' W " o to Q i 2 Finn 2 ff Q9 D T H if ig T U V s ! U gr? A ! 1 g ,it in rf' ! ! I fi in l 2 if g 1 513 ffm ew. tu 1 2 'pt 'W' VT Ti iii ti Of 7 - A iii ittHmmTi3ittEtiHittUutHmHHiHHHiHi u T , T u Q "'- 1' QL Q ! I 3 THE EXECUTIVE STAFF OF THE ROBERT FULTON HOTEL E Front row, left to right: JOHNNIE GRAY, Chief Clerkg 'FCOLLINS BIRD, Assistant : Managerg HARRY F. ZOBEL, Managerg SFJOE BRINSON, Associate Managerg : ll TJIMMY BURNS, Assistant Auditorg SFJOHN WESLEY, Room Cie-rkg JACK CUL- U LENS Night Manager H ll II IdtTl,. ' 11111 1 1 11:1 1m11n1cr1uvf .:gIgn3u3331r1 1:11u1:111111mg31::1i 1 -,1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - ,...4:. 3II o 0,0 24 ESQUIRE, JR. H l I C ' U Slgmufld EISIIGI' ompany I I RED BANK, N. J. 5 i I Q I I Q Q Q Q , . ...V'. I I I I QQFQ I i ESER i Q . .. ... Q I ! Q Q if I Q Q I U i I E FURNISHERS OF THE OFFICIAL TECH Q I ! UNIFORM FOR FRESHMEN, UPPER CLASSMEN, AND CADET OFFICERS. Q I Q Q ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ,, ,,,a:,-::-:::::::::--,--:-,-,a---A of 3 I2 v .1101 11111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1- 1111111 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111111 zxlgzzxoxnzwg 1935 if LX Well, well, my old school teacher--Howya, Skunk!'9 Collrh-sy Esquirl - fl I fl - 26 I-my-111:11-lr: 1111111010: 1 ima..-cwzmmzxmz YANCEY BROS ROAD MACHINERY . . . ancl . . . CONTRACTORS 634 XWHITEHALL ATLANTA, GA 5010101ln.-sx,:r:1+:-41: im-iu1u:niuiu:.o:.-. if fzozuinz- zuznzu10101010in-zuinl-ni THE JELLICO COAL CO., INC. Coal for Your Particular Needs TEN PRYUR STREET' B'l'll.DlNG ATLANTA, f:Eom:TA TELEPHONE MAIN 4100 ..,-:nz :020:02.,:.,:.,:.,:.,:.,:.,:.,: : :U-.up m1n-o...u..u- iuiuiuzniuiuiuininimmi TECI-l'S TEXTILE DEPT muses.. Wolf Brand -l FTW ii FQ lT1'n1 O OE I: lTl si me Da l"' UU ii lZ,Q"X JACQUES WOLF 84 CO Nlllllllf-IIl'IlIll'flIg Cfacnzixf PASSAIC, N. J. ruin: 1 1- in-:nr-zu-40:-liuzu-i -- -u-113011 ESQUIRE, JR. qu: 1 zu:-oi 1010: z 1ozuzuz-nznioioiocfo u i i Our clothes are made to fit YOU. ! See us for worlmwgmship and price. I T Q SOUTHERN TAILORS Q g ATLANTA, GA. Q A II i TUXICIJOES ANU FULL DRESS SUITS E Q EUR RENT c10MPL1cT1a. I H Q 9 AUBURN AVE. WALNUT 2688 U i i qu.,:.,:..:.,:..:.,:.,:..: :.,:.,:.,:.,:.,:.,:.,:.,:..g. .g.,---------- -------' ! Q 4 1, 1 , '.NNl4',x T 2 2 g W , 7- "T M g 1 o Y A R D S i For Quick Scfrvicff i JACKSON sooo j g Campbell Coal Company .g...,:..:..:.,:.,:UI...-.,.-.,-.,-0-.,.-.,:.,-.,-U.-0.-I g. fa' 7' Boilers Kiers Stacks Acid Tanks Storage Tanks Chemical Vessels Elevated Tanks Stainless Steel Welded Products Nickel-Clad Steel PIPE TUBES E, G, BRYAN col.E, BLACKBURN, sm. oioxznxui111111111111111-11:-111141 1 I o'o 01101111 1935 27 - - - - - - - - - -...- - - -II-ng. I . IQCDBERT AND CCDIVIPANV 2 INCORPORATED 5 ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS I Amma 5 I C ' I i I Q ARCHITECTS T E X T I L E 3 ENGINEERS INDUSTRIAL I - I H APPRAISERS MUNICIPAL : I CONSULTANTS POWER PLANTS Q U - 111111111131-11311: 11.11 1 1132131-Z, 1 1 - - ,Dill 1 Q 20101 3" iiiiiiiiiiii iiiii I I iiii H Dr 1 1111-0:0101 101110: 1 1010? E I : I I SPECIALLY SELECTED I E I STARCHES f DEXTRINES ' GUMS I sue-ARS AND SYRUPS I : Il . . . fo r . . . H Q THE TEXTILE TRADE II S C II 3 Our research department will be glad to furnish additional information Q regarding the types and uses of these and other products as applied to the special needs of the Textile Industry. Write to II E 2 II I . . : I Corn Products Refining Company Q 17 BATTERY PLACE NEW YORK CITY 3 f Branch Ojfces f GREENVILLE, S. C. BOSTON, MASS. II 2 ' II 1:1111 11011111-11 1: 3 13121413111 1 111 :Ii 1111111 1311 :arg -3If3- 28 ESQUIRE, I I Q I Q COMPLIMENTS E HE-2296 I I I ! , QE , Q , SUPERIOR LAUNDRY I I l ' B U N D L E S O E . E Q ! pEAQQCK MARKET ! ! SATISFACTION ! ! - ! . . . and . . . ! ! ' ! l l Q N E W Y O R K M A R K E T ' 668-70 W. PEACHTREE ST., N. W. l ! ! qu..- : :......:..:.,:.,:.,: :.,:.,:.,-..:.,:..:..:..g. .g..-i:..:.,:..:..:.,:i.:.,:.,:.,-.,-.,:.,:.i-..:.,- i - -U-0:4-ii: :.,:.i:.,:-i:..:.i:i:.,:r,:.i i 5 0:0-.i:.,:.,: -0:02 0:0:.,..u:i.: : I NEXT TO YOURSELF LIKE 'rRUIlICll1b0Y the day with S116lPSh0fS,, ' . I Your college days are soon over C C A but snapshots live 'forever ! W H I T E a G O L D ! ' Leave your tilm at one ot our SNAPSHOT ! ! ! SERVICE STATIONS ' Cleaned Clothes ! ! If wc make the print it's made on g Q I "vELox" Q ' K ! Phone or write for your nearest dealer I BEEEMENE TEEE NYU I LYLE 3. GASTON, INC. ff ' - sn E E E Our Busmess Is Developmg l P H O N E H E - 8 7 4 0 I WA. rm: 11 o, Box 4205, ATLANTA I ! I oioiioii-111111111141111111 11111111111-111111111 I D , D HERFF-.IO S SERVICE I g ON GEORGIA TECI-I SENIOR RINGS I 2 ALUMNI f 1 1 f REPAIRS ! Q who Have Not Yet on injured rings turnished by US. ! Ordered Rings- Every ring is guaranteed against detec- ! tive workmanship and material or will be ! We will malce up rings tor any grad- replaced with no charge. ' uating year at regular prices. 2 V . 4 A If injured through tault ot owner, we ! ' School mlmg 'S that CVQIV applmatlon will repair at actual cost ot materials. Be Q for 'mg must be approved by Alumni sure to send to Hertt-Jones tor all re- ! Secretary before order is tilled. pairs. ! INFORMATION NEEDED FOR ORDERING ! NAME : ADDRESS : DEGREE : COURSE : YEAR : STONE : SIZE : Yellow, Green or White Gold and Any Special Encrusting in Stone C HERFF - JONES COMPANY H. S. CANFIELD, Georgia Rejzresentafive I . i College jewelers 1560 North Decatur Roz1d,N.E. i Indianapolis, Indiana Atlanta, Georgia g "DESIGNER AND OFFICIAL JEWELER OF GEORGIA TECH RING" Q . 0:4111 I 11111 1 1:11 11 1 1 1' 1 1 tg.. 12-.Lf'oGe'mEfP-A ' on , I 1844- Over Ninety Years a Synonym for Security-1935 STATE MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS INC.--1844 HENRY M. POWELL GENERAL AGENT 408-10 Healey Bldg. TEL. WALNUT S501 1 1 iuiuiuiuzuiuioioingni 1 1 :nc "A FRIEND" 1 1 1:1 1 in: 1 1 1411111111 1 101 ,Y,,,,-MWQQM-Iv.:-,,,,,....... ,A . iw... -1 - f I A LIE iS LNELY '6Public Spaaking'9-Rainey u141n:x1u1o1o1u1 1 iniuzniuiui 21 ,Af A 10110 o ESQUIRE, ,IR w ifi, I , f f' 5 M...-.L ., ...u...,.. , ,. 4..- I NScientia Hangovern :ini 2n1u2n1u1u:u31101010141 1 11101020 STYLE Z QUALITY : WORKMANSHIP i 524.75 and Up 'ADRESS CHANGES THE MANNERU I "BILL" IIINCI-I ln Appreciation of Your Patronage ..... ...S-ee... Tech Representative i The HamII'con Tailoring Co. 104 HURT BLDG. WA. 9039 I 01 Q igyggiuiqpininiqyiuiuinigyini 11 iuqfii C O M P L I M E N T S I I 1 Q F 1 I I NICHOLS CONTRACTING I COMPANY 5 i xu1u3uzu: in 2 2 ni 1 ini 1 1 1 101113190 o 02411 1 11101 11n111n1n1n1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1:1 1 1 1 1 1 111 111 1 10110 0211 101011110101010111,:10104p0an011-14104020 0101: Z 1 Z Z 1 Z Z - - - ---01 1 - -1.4-A 1935 31 ! U U U 2 U j Compliments of ! DGCTORS of ATLANTA Q g - j U U Friendly to Georgia Tech ' ll 0241411111111 11: 11111111-1:1111 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1111 1 1 11011929 U Q 3 U U STANDARD PHARMACY HETHER a protracted stay, a U . . . . I 2 f b ll ' ' f ' A U H Georgia Tectm s Ottrcral i U Got Vlsltf a ,, mtermiy Q E Dmggist dance, or a bull session, you will E find service, comfort, friendliness at E 0 our hotels. g HE. 1503-1504 WE DELIVER ' 5 E. F. cox 1 T. L. White i U 5 : 2 : ll COR. NORTH AVENUE AND LUCKIE Q 1 , U 5 Q Dmlcler Hotels, lnc. Q WU: : : : : I : 2 : : : : : 2 : -D :iv CARLING DINKLER : : : : : : 2 I : -1121: .1 : : Prr'sirlr'11f mm' Gen. Manrzger : 5 C UU ! U U 0 U ! U U n U First Impressions Are Important , DIRECNNG , C 2 2 . II l . - - U THE ANSLEY TUTWILER 2 rn Everyttnng-Including U Arima Bimangimm Q U U JEFFERSON DAVIS i Annuals. Q Mmgomwy H U U ANDREW JACKSON ST. CHARLES H ' U U Nashville New Orleans E ' U U i ' ,', o:ap010101010101 101111 101010101111 1011.20 9:4 10101011 1 1 101 1 111 1 111 1 1 1 11. -'3l9 Q J rim:niuiozuzoznzu1sv:min:-uinzuzuiuxu Specialists IN ANNUAL PHQTQGNAPHY V Yr SCEITANIIMIEBCY SCMNINIIDNM ATLANTA GEORGIA Y: V Ufficial Photographers for 1935 BLUE PRINT 1 'Quin-0-0-U-u-0-0-n-nz0:01u10:02,zoznunuznzoznzu:n1o1o1n3n:u1u M1525 s , Qi .. . . u w Qaxgg as 1 9 'Q i 1 Qfle QQ. K Q, Hi H? HOTO-PROCESS E GRVIN6 C us-no Luanne srnesrfn-ru.AN'lfA iseoaai'A 3 XMI' gi AIM X i fi.: X ' M-1, -.R -..... ll P I I Q- . ESQUIRE, ,IR ,gEg'n L . A KNOWN moron IN THE FORMULA I - ' FOR A succrsssm. 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