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

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T E ,ff fm M G E o R G I A c H f My ,ffm ,rf ,,gQ:i XXWWW Q I, V , N M 1 N, , mf--e.f"" 1 3 I .yi '-lp f'.?-K - Sf E Xl E NINQEEN HUNDRED THIRTY SEVEN P E2 .-5. ,- a-1-,,..,-xw ,--ff xxx "'lf---'fp I E 1Q" " ' 6902? Wmllzml AZ, TI-IE STUDENTS of flw GECDRGIA SCHOOL CDF TEC!-INGLOGY G-lilanfa, georgia From the heginning of work upon the 1937 BLUE PRINT, the aim of the efaff hee been to present to the student hody a hoolc which will have as much interest when viewed years from now as when its pages are first opened. Ir was felt that in order to accomplish this pur- pose, contents should he considered of prime importance, and theme secondary. Therefore you will find the theme rather a casual one, depicting campus characters and scenes from the artistqs and photographerqs viewpoint. To facilitate the make-up of the hook, a seasonal basis has been chosen for dividing the con- tents. We are very proud to say that within this edition of the BLUE PRINT will he found one of the first attempts ever made to utilize still-life direct-color photography in a college annual. We feel rather hold in using a process which is still in its infancy even commercially, hut firmly believe that the results call for no apologies. DAVE EMMERT Editor-fn-Clzfef JIM RYAN B1.LSi7l6SS Mdnagef : -. ,.wf+g5- W. V: ' 2342 15 455 . WM mi vi W Q S rf ' X I 5' . J K 7 Wi' M x 4 f Q' N 11 ya M N Q6- FX to STEADMAN VINCENT SANFORD, LiffD Chancellor of the University System of Georgia who from 1903, when he entered the system as a teacher of English, un- ceasingly down to the present day has given his love and his devotion to the cause of education in Georgia, and in the image of whose ideal the University System of Georgia is so largely molded, this the Thirtieth Edition of the BLUE PRINT is hy the students and faculty of the Georgia School of Technology re- spectfully and gratefully dedicated. STEADMAINI VIIN T SANFQ CONT BOOK ONE The College BOOK TWO Autumn BOOK THREE Winter BOOK FOUR Spring BOOK FIVE ' Features 7 Q ,Una V y Q f 3 .i.J In this section, we have placed the three elements which make up Georgia Tech-the buildings, the faculty, and the student body. These are permanent things. Their outward appear- ance may change with the advent of new students., new professors, and new buildings., but what they represent is permanent, and will be remembered by the class of '37 as presented here. C L L E G E ""' W i H6 .J-fu U 'uw V Ju 29 r L-,uv os.Mf" vuvu. be 11" Nr! .J 5-NL uvc:,J,'K-442 gbvhk' W V -J' 9' 1 1444341 CMM Cf' Wu J 4 Mm 'Uww 'Lu- WWE uf' U 444, . JJfff:,g2:,m. UE? www lv X043-Mar. K WM KM. U .,JQg5D . 'sv W':eM' -4. Luau df 1-vu' ' L .xv - .4 'Maui 'iid' gs' Lv:-..- ""lu2Q'1,M4n, uf u I Lv.,-Y fr JK x v N u 4. 127. N. 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RICDN LUTI-IEI2 BRITTAIN I WILLIAM VERNCN QA? fl BS., University of Chicago A.M., Harvard University Sc.D., University of Georgia Beta Theta Pi Pin' Beta Kaffa Georgfa Academy of Science In his position as advisor ancl counsellor to the stuclents for a perlocl of thirteen years, Dean Slilles has earned a reputation for fairness and friendliness which will long he a tradition at Tech. Part of his reward may he founcl ln the admiration and esteem which is helcl for him hy the student hocly. Omfcron Delta Kappa HOUSTON CALDWELL FIELD MCDANIEL COMPTON OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION MARION LUTHER BRITTAIN, A.B., LL.D. Presfclent WILLIAM VERNON SKILES. B.S.. A.M., Sc.D Dean GILBERT HILLHOUSE BOGGS. B.S., Ph.D. Dean of Graduate Courses WILLIAM GILMER PERRY, A.M., Litf.D. Dean of Genera? Stualfes DOMENICO PIETRO SAVANT, B.S., M.S., E.E Dean of Engineering FLOYD FIELD, A.B., A.M. Dean of Men HUGH HARRIS CALDWELL, A.B. Regfstrar FRANK KING HOUSTON. C.P.A. LOC!!! TTZGSMTZT JAMES ERSKINE MCDANIEL, B.A:, LL.B. Director of the Co-ofieratfve Department THOMAS H. JONES, Lt. Col., C. A. C. Commanclant, M1'71'tary R. O. T. C. R. M. FAWELL. Capt., U. S. N. Commanclant, Naval R. T. ARTHUR HAMMOND ARMSTRONG, B.A., M.A Sugferfntencfent of Dormftarfes HOWARD WARD MASON. B.S., M.S., M.E. Suferfntenafent of Buffcfrlngs and Grounds ROY STEVENSON KING, M.E., M.Sc., Sc.D. Suberfntemfent of Shops and power plant ROGER SHEPPARD HOWELL, B.S. in M.Sc. Dfrector of the Evenfng Schoof of Abpffed Scfence HENRY TAYLOE COMPTON School Plzysfcfan ESTELLE ALLEN, B.C.S. Associate Regfstrar HARRIET HENDERSON Secretary to the presfclent MRS. JAMES HENLEY CROSLAND Lfbrarfan N I-IEADS OF DEPARTMENTS GILBERT HILLHOUSE BOGGS, Pl1.D. Department of Chemistry and Chemical ' Engineering HAROLD ALAN BUNGER, Ph.D. Division of Chemical Engineering HAROLD BUSH-BROWN, A.B., M.Arch. Department of Architecture JOHN BASCOM CRENSHAW, A.M., Ph.D. I Department of Modern Languages JOHN LAURENCE DANIEL, M.A. Division of Chemistry HUBERT E. DENNISON. B.A. Department of Economics and Social Science WILLIAM VAN DUNKIN, B.S. in M.E. Industrial Management THOMAS WITT FITZGERALD, B.S. in E.E.. M.S. Department of Electrical Engineering COUNT DILLON GIBSON, Ph.B., M.S. in C.E., C.E. Department of Geofogy JOSEPH HERMAN HOWEY, Pl1.D. Department of Physics WILLIAM BEN JOHNS, B.S. in Gen. Eng. Department of Engineering Drawing and Mechanics CHARLES ALFRED JONES. B.S. in T.E. Department of Textile Engineering ROY STEVENSONIKING, M.E.. M.Sc., Sc.D. Department of Mechan1'ca7 Engineering MONTGOMERY KNIGHT, B.S. in E.E. Department of Aeronauticaf Engineering JAMES ERSKINE McDANIEL, B.A., LL.B. Co-operative Department WILLIAM GILMER PERRY, A.M., Litt.D. Department of Engfislz DAVID M. SMITH, Ph.D. Department of Mathematics FRANKLIN C. SNOW, B.S., C.E., Sc.D. Department of Civil Engineering WILLIAM HARRY V AUGHAN , B.S. in Eng. Chem., M.S. in Cer. Eng. Department of Ceramic Engineering HUGH ALLEN WYCKOFF, B.S., NLS. Department of Biology BOGGS DANIEL fl ,. BUSHBROWN is CRENSHAW DENNISON HJ FITZGERALD GIBSON DUNKIN HOWEY JOHNS DEPARTMENTS .5 ARCHITECTURE The course in Architecture was opened in 1908. The depart- ment, which is accredited by the American Institute of Architects, requires five years of work for the degree of Bachelor of Archi- tecture. AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING The Daniel Guggenheim School was established in 1930. Stu- dents enter this department after two years of work in Me- chanical Engineering, and work towards a degree of Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering. BIOLOGY The Biology Department offers courses in Bacteriology, Zoology, and Physiology. It is considered essential that certain engineer- ing courses include a brief study of the higher and lower forms of life. CERAMIC ENGINEERING Georgia is the center of an area which produces much of the countryls supply of ceramic raw materials. Aside from furnish- ing well-trained men, the department aids industry by research and testing. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING The Chemistry Department is divided into Engineering and Pure Chemistry divisions. The former is primarily interested in plant operation and large-scale reproduc- tion, the latter with laboratory work and research. CIVIL ENGINEERING The importance of Civil Engineering can he seen every- where in buildings, bridges, highways, and maps. The course at Tech offers training in the theory and applica- tion of construction and design. CO-OPERATIVE DEPARTMENT The Co-operative Department offers five-year courses al- ternating three months of study with three months of practical work. It affords excellent opportunity for those who earn their own expenses. ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL SCIENCE The Department of Economics and Social Science includes courses in- tended to broaden the student and acquaint him with some of the proh- lems facing our economic system. Courses in Business management are offered. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING The study of Electrical Engineering is of primary importance in the modern World. Students become familiar with the design, construction, and opera- tion of motors, power plants, and radio equipment-. fl... SCI-IOOI. ENGINEERING DRAWING AND MECHANICS , Machine drawing and principles of mechanics are taught to all engineers. Mechanical, Aeronautical, Electrical, and Civil Engineers are required to complete extensive courses in these subjects. ENGLISH No education could be called complete without ample instruction in the use of the language. One year of Rhetoric and one year of Literature are required of all students for graduation. GEOLOGY The work of the Department of Geology is designed to give the student a working knowledge of the basic principles of Geology and Mineralogy, and their application to practical engineering. INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT This course was instituted to meet a need for technically trained industrial executives. Technical and scientific subjects are studied with particular emphasis being placed on business prin- ciples and management. MATHEMATICS The important mathematical applications to engineering are taught from algebra to and including differential equations. A thorough course in Astronomy is also offered, and several semes- ters of graduate study are available. q MECHANICAL ENGINEERING For the first eight years following the founding of Georgia Tech, the Department of Mechanical Engineering was the only one offering a degree, and it has grown steadily since that time. At present it is one of the largest departments in the school. MODERN LANGUAGES Both elementary and advanced courses in French, German, and Spanish are offered for those who wish to combine a knowledge of modern tongues with their particular branch of engineering work. PHYSICS A11 engineering students are required to complete at least a year's worlc in the Physics Department. The basic principles of mechanics, heat, sound, and electricity are thoroughly covered, in combination with extensive laboratory worlc. TEXTILE ENGINEERING Excellent facilities for shop and laboratory worlc make this one of the most popular departments at Tech. The success of the course is well illustrated by the positions filled by its alumni in the textile world. ,ONES VAUGHAN KING WYCKOFF KIXUGHT SNAPS 0 Me Left., top to bottom: Major Case demonstrating motor-winding in the machine shop .... Warren, Econom- ics Prof., and class . . . Professor Lower, and the "Medu11a Oblongatafq . . . Professor Stamy explaining the mysteries of aleghra to the frosh. . . . Dean Field, Dr. Boggs, and Dean Skiles at the Chemistry Annex dedication. XA 3 WV' ACLJLTV Uncle Heinie and tMHow to build a roof.,'-Woodshop. . . . Biology again .... Dr. Herod, Physics Dept., probably not talking about physics .... Prof. Reynolds grading math papers. . . . Professor Armstrong, Dormitory head, and Economics Dept. More Biology, and Lower again .... Dr. Hefner wondering what happened to his math class .... Dennison, Economics Prof., and the old personality smile. . . . Professor Bryant, Economics quiz in the background .... Mr. Chapin and Mr. Rainey, looking very much like English Profs. cwhich they are, .... Count Gibson expounding upon Geology .... Stamy again, minus coat .... Mr. Topham and electric motor .... Prof. Wyckoff, exploring the mysteries of the little hugs .... Dr. Brittain, the President, and Bandmaster Caring .... Uncle Heinie again, and his Hmilcef' . . Prof. Rainey minus the cap and gown. 5 PROFESSOR JOHN PAYSON KENNEDY Born November 3 1903 D1cc1 December 24, 1936 1 ,f 7155? ci L A 3 5 S E S M nf' HARRY APPLEBY QA. SENIOR CLASS H. H. APPLEBY - president A. H. JENSEN Vfce-presfzfenf L. C. HAYS Sellfefdfy and Treasurer 'J .21 N X ALLEN JENSEN ,ff.fNi3'g,. Uxx LAWRENCE HAYS f f-' --S.-L, Q , T Q V wr-pr ii. U Mfzifh Wjh rw Q , 4:55-153 " " T? 'I TlZ'.,'7-'e"'f'T'm: eff ANNMX, ,W-1-"U I-',.'nY,.""V:'X,s-X f-rf' K 'Rl N, S tm ADAMS ALDRIDGE ALEXANDER ALLEN BATTS BEALL BEAN BEARD ROBERT OLLIE ADAMS, Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: Industrial Management: Defta Sigma Pin.: Scientia Club: Scalabard and Blade: Baseball, 1, 2: Captain, R. O. T. C. . . . RICHARD FRED ALDRIDGE: Chile, South America: Electrical Engineer- ing .... JOSEPH FRANK ALEXANDER: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: Sigma Alpha Egfsffong Omicron Delta Kappa: Scientia Club: Bulldog Club: Pi Delta Epsilon: Vice-President, Student Council: HY" Cabinet: Athletic Board: TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief, 4: BLUE PRINT, 1, 2, 3, 4: YELLOW JACKET, 1, 2, 3, 4: Captain, R. O. T. C .... GEORGE MIT- CHELL ALLEN: Toccoa, Georgia: Chemical Engineering: Sigma Nu: Pi Delta Epsilon: "Y" Cabinet: BLUE PRINT, 2, 3, 4: Lieu- tenant, R. O. T. C .... CHARLES TURNAGE ANDERSON: West Monroe, Louisiana: Electrical Engineering: Kappa Eta Kappa: A. I. E. E .... DAVID GORDON ANDERSON: Athens, Georgia: General Science: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Honor Roll, 2: "Y" Cabinet: Scabbard and Blade, YELLOW' JACKET, 1: Swimming, 1: Captain, R. O. T. C. . . . MANUEL RAUL ARIAS: Panama City, panama: Architecture: Architectural So- ciety: Cosmopolitan Club: Football, 1, Q. . . . JOHN HARRIS E R I TEC!-I L N 3+ ANDERSON,C, ANDERSON, D, ARIAS BAILEY BAKER BARNES BEASLEY BECKETT BENTON BET!-TUNE BETTY BEVIS BAILEY: Elberton, Georgia: Electrical Engineering: Sfgma Glu' .... JACK MEYER BAKER: Charleston, West Virginia: Co-op Electrical Engineering: A. I. E. E .... HUGH SMITH BARNES: Palmetto, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: A. S. M. E.: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C .... JOHN WIL- LIAM BATTS, Jr.: Doerun, Georgia: Industrial Management: Delta Sfgma pink: Band .... JOEL CHAMBLESS BEALL: Memphis, Tennessee: Civil Engineering: Civil Crew: Cross Country, 2 .... CHARLES LESTER BEAN: Atlanta, Georgia: Electrical Engineering: Scabbard and Blade .... RICHARD ALEXANDER BEARD: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: P7111 Delta Theta: Analc: Omi- cron Delta Kappa: Bulldog Club: Student Council, 1, 2, 3, 4: Student-Faculty Honor Committee: Presi- dent, Junior Class: President, Sophomore Class: president, Freshman Class: Interfraternity Council, Q, 3, 4: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4 .... BERT STONE BEASLEY: Petersburg, Tennessee: General Science: Delta Tac: Delta: president, Scientia Club: BLUE PRINT, 2 .... WILLIAM SEABROOK BECKETT: Atlanta, Georgia: Architecture: Kappa Sigma: Secretary, Architectural Society: Scabbard and Blade .... EDWARD JOY BENTON, Jr.: Savannah, Georgia: Industrial Management: Sfgma Cin.: Scientia Club: Bulldog Club: Lieutenant, R. T. C. . . . GEORGE ROY BETHUNE, Jr.: Macon, Georgia: Co-op Textile Engineering: Briaerean Society: Co-op Club: Scabbard and Blade .... JAMES CARROW BETTY: Wilming-ton, Delaware: General Science: Pi Kappa Alpha: Scientia Club: Yellow Jacket Club: Football Manager, 1, 2, 3, 4. . . . GEORGE EDMOND BEVIS: Los Angeles, California: Co-op Mechanical Engineering: Omicron Delta Kappa: Tau Beta Pi: Pi Tau Sigma: A. M. E.: Briaerean Society: Co-op Club: M. L. Brittain Debating Society: Student Council, 3. 4 .... , " ,F .am w Say' 3 A Juni., -Wy it ri is m'.Tf1w' ' ll ' lfW.7fj:?kTf33f-jf15:7Q:?, aff Ere afiwf MNM'X'hjl1u,,f--..r"' """"SHlT'xM5 'x BLITCHINGTON BLONDET BLUME BOSKY BROWN, W. BRYAN BURGESS BURKETT JOHN AUGUSTUS BLITCHINGTON: Augusta, Georgia: Tex- tile Engineering .... HERMAN HALBASCH Keokulc, Iowa: Co-op Electrical Engineering: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C. . . . RICHARD MARSHALL BLUME: Newark, New Jersey: Civil Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Gamma: Civil Crew: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C .... WALTER FRANK BOSKY: South Hadley Falls, Massachusetts: Civil Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3: Freelzzody Club: Civil Crew: Marion- ettes: Yellow Jacket Club .... HARRY BURTZ BOUL- WARE: Jacksonville, Florida: General Science: "T" Club: Football, 1, 2: Basketball, 2, 3, 4: Tennis, 2, 3, 4 .... DAVID CLARKE BOY, Jr.: Huntington, West Virginia: Industrial Management: pl. Kabfa Phi: Treasurer, Pi Delta Epsilon: Scala- bard and Blade: TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, Associate Editor, 3: Captain, R. O. T. C .... JOHN ROBERT BOYD: Columbus, Georgia: Architecture: Kaiba Afflza. . . . ROBERT GEORGE BOYD: E R I E I-I BOULEWARE BOY BOYD, J, I BOYD, R. BRADLEY BROWN, C BUSSEY CAMPBELL CARTER, J. CARTER, R. CARUTHERS CARVER Wilmette, Illinois: Aeronautical Engineering: N. A. A.: Honor Roll, 2: Freelnocly Club .... MARION HOWARD BRADLEY: Atlanta, Georgia: Electrical Engineering: Kappa Eta Kappa: A. I. E. E. . . . CAROLUS ADAMS BROWN: Atlanta, Georgia: Co-op Electrical Engineering: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C .... WILFRED STEVENBROWN: Nocatee, Florida: Co-op Electrical Engineering. . . . JAMES ERWIN BRYAN: Kathleen, Georgia: Textile Engineering .... HOMER WILSON BUR- St. Albans, West Virginia: Co-op Electrical Engineering. . . . BUR- KETT, Jr.: Dry Branch, Georgia: Aeronautical Engineering: N. A. A.: Non-fraternity Organization: Seebbard and Blade .... GEORGE VICKERY BUSSEY: Bowman, Georgia: Co-op Electrical En- gineering: Tau Beta Pi: President's Gold "TN: Honor Roll, 2, 4, 5: Kappa Eta Kappa: Briaerean Society: Treasurer, Co-op Club: Scalblbarcl ancl Blade .... HERMAN BAILEY CAMPBELL: Pitts- burg, pennsylvania: Mechanical Engineering: A. M. E .... EDWIN CARTER: Lenox, Georgia: Co-op Chemical Engineering: Alplma Clmi Sigma: A. I. Clm. E.: Briaerean Society: Captain, R. O. T. C .... ROBERT FREDERICK CARTER: Fort Valley, Georgia: Aeronautical Engineering: N. A. A .... LESTER EVERETT CARUTHERS: Farmington, Missouri: Co-op Cl-iemieel Engineer- ing. . . . WILLIAM LLOYD CARVER: Atlanta, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering:Ph1'De7ta Theta: A. S. M. E.: Bulldog Club: Oil Can Club: Skull and Key Club: Golf, 1. F if m ,..- 1 1 all Q 5 .L M5 CTQXVQA if . 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Ch. E.: Swimming, 1, 2, 3, 4 .... CLANTON B. COLLIER: Ports- mouth, Virginia: Mechanical Engineering: A. S. M. E. . . . MARION CORBIN COLSON: Savannah, Georgia: Mechanical GE RGIA TEC CLYATT COLEMAN COLEY COLLIER COLSON CONKLIN COX CROCKER CROLEY CROUCH DAVIS, J. DAVIS, L. Engineering: Phi Kappa Sfgma: Pi Tau Sigma: Kappa Kappa Psi: Band: lnterfraternity Council, 3, 4. . . . Kingston, Ontario, Canacla: Cliemical Engineering: Sigma Glu.: A. I. Ch. E.: Foil and Mask Club: Cosmopolitan Club: Fencing, 4 .... JOHN STINSON COOK: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: Alpha Tau Omega: Scientia Club: Scalabarcl and Blade: Captain, R. O. T. C .... QUENTIN DURWARD CORLEYq Dallas, Texas: Mechanical Engineering .... RONALD EARL CORBITT: Augusta, Georgia: Co-op Textile Engineering: Phi Psi: Co-op Club: Captain, R. O. T. C .... JOSEPH MANUEL CORRAL: Tampa, Florida: Co-op Electrical Engineering: Omi- cron Delta Kappa: Phi Kappa Phi: Tau Beta Pi: Briaerean Society: Student Council, 3, 4: Scalabard ancl Blade: Captain, R. O. T. C .... ELMER FINDLAY COX, Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: General Sci- ence: Sigma Nu: Scientia Club: Bulldog Club: Skull ancl Key Club: Intertraternity Council, 3, 4: Football Manager, 1, 2. . . . JOSEPH CLEMENT CROCKER: Brooklyn, New York: Mechanical Engineering: pr' Kappa Phi: Oil Can Club: A. S. M. E.: Yellow Jacket Club, 1, 2 .... JACK GLENN CROLEY: College Park, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: A. S. M. E.: Scabbarcl and Blade .... ZACK TAYLOR CROUCH, III: Bell Buckle, Tennessee: Chemical Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega: Phi Eta Sigma: A. I. Ch. E.: Skull and Key Club .... JERRY ALVA DAVIS, Jr.: Perry, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: Clif psf .... LOWRY WARNER DAVIS: Atlanta, Georgia: General Sci- ence: Basketball Manager, 1, 2: Tennis, 1, 2, 3. I , Jflnxux .if XX e+4,,. T I I bf Fo 1-uvfkrnrc it 125 f""Ls,f-fjjgfl- :WTF A1 Q-M'JMWlkf-:-?hUTft-faepjwgf' M47-gg iii? QWPZ: ""'WNf-f' we MA-elmeaa -M-ff' ,----ff' tt-X X ...wwll ,.,- l H1'ln, R E I2 DEAN DELANEY DQMATTEIS D MERITT ECHOLS EHRLICH EISENHART ELDRIDGE WILLIAM YOUNG CONN DEAN: Rome, Georgia: Textile Engineering: Sigma Afplza Epsffon: Phi Psi: Pi Delta Epsilon: Bulldog Club: Scalnlzzard and Blacle: Student Council, 4: YEL- LOW JACKET, 2, 3, Associate Business Manager, 4 .... WILLIAM JAMES DELANEY, Jr.: Miami, Florida: Electrical Engineering: Clif phi: Kappa Eta Kappa: Presiclent, A. I. E. E.: Scalabard ancl Blacle: BLUE PRINT, 1, 2: Captain, R. O. T. C. . . . JOHN JEFFERSON De-MATTEIS: Homer City, Penn- sylvania: Chemical Engineering: Marionettes .... FRED- ERICK WILLIAM DeMERITT: Macon, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Chi: A. S. M. E.: Yellow Jacket Club: "Y" Cabinet: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C. . . . JOE GILBERT DICKEY: College Park, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: A. M. E.: Oil Can Club .... JACK VICTOR DORIOT: Bristol, Ten- nessee: Civil Engineering: Civil Crew: Briaerean Society: Co-op Club: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C .,.. LUTHER ZAHN DREN- NON: Atlanta., Georgia: General Science: Kappa Alpha: Football, 1 .... W. HARRISON DUKE: Corning, New Yorlc: Co-op Electrical Engineering: Captain, R. O. T. C. . . . CHARLES PORTER DURHAM: El Dorado, Arkansas: Chemical Engineer- ing: Beta Theta p1' .... WILLIAM GORONWY EAGER, Jr.: DICKEY DORNOT DRENNON DUKE DURHAM EAGER EMMERT EVANS FAGAN FERNANDEZ FINLEY FISHER Valdosta, Georgia: Aeronautical Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer: Honor Roll, 1: A. A.: Freebody Club: Golf, 2, 3. . . . DAWSIE LUVIGER ECHOLS: Atlanta, Georgia: General Sci- ence: Pin' De7ta Theta, President: Omicron Delta Kappa: Honor Roll, 2: Bulldog Club: Scientia Club: Scabbard and Blade: YELLOW JACKET, 1, 2, 3, Business Manager, 4: BLUE PRINT, 3, 4: TECH- NIQUE, 2, 3, 4: Captain, R. O. T. . . . SIDNEY BRASH EHRLICH: Bainbridge, Georgia: Elec- trical Engineering: Plu' Epsffon pf: Kappa Eta Kappa: A. I. E. E.: Band: Interfraternity Council, 3, 4: Radio Club .... GEORGE NORMAN EISENHART: Binghamton, New Yorlc: Aeronautical Engineering: N. A. A.: Track, 1, 2 .... ALBERT MATTHEWS ELDRIDGE: Barnesville, Georgia: Civil Engineering: P1' Kappa Alpha: Civil Crew .... HARRY DAVID EMMERT, Jr.: Tulsa, Olcla- homa: Mechanical Engineering: Beta Theta pf, President: Treasurer, Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Kappa Phi: Tau Beta Pi: Presidenfs Gold NTU: Phi Eta Sigma: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3: Pi Tau Sigma, Sophomore Scholastic Award: President, A. M. E.: Freebody Club: Secretary, Pi Delta Epsilon: Foil and Mask Club: Marionettes: Student Council, 4: Scabbard and Blade: BLUE PRINT, 1, 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief, 4: TECHNIQUE, 1, 3, 4: YELLOW JACKET, 3, 4: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C .... FRANK WILLIAM EVANS, Jr.: Norfolk, Virginia Aeronautical Engineering: Theta Glu., President: N. A. A.: lntertraternity Council, 2, 3, Vice-Presiden , 4: "Y" Cabinet: BLUE PRINT, 3: TECHNIQUE, Q .... ROBERT HAVARD FAGAN: Harrisbu g, Pennsylvania: Aeronautical Engineering: Phi Kappa Phi: Presidentqs Gold "TM: Honor Roll, 2, 3: N. A. A.: Freebody Club: Fencing, 1, 2, Captain, 3, 4 .... CARLOS ENRIQUE FERNANDEZ: Havana, Cuba: Mechanical Engineering: A. M. E.: Cosmopolitan Club .... DANIELLY FINLEY: Jackson, Georgia: Textile Engineering: P111' Delta Theta: Phi Psi .... KINGSLEY BERNARD FISHER: Urbanna, Virginia: Co-op Electrical Engineering: Newman ff ,fm XL ,K N p Q -il? I All N O I 'ufyjailfs if . ..,, :re Mm rw- My l.7.m?'A'7f'hM3M2'+j'go:.31'f!?ff-'f1Tfffff as-5 H3473 'mmqfw ,.,-JVVDWV' r,.. WWA--c Jw, ..f-JTHQK is I AIQMJW' I Hxihl S FISHER FITZPATRICK FITZSIMONS FLAGLER GOINS GATH GEIGER GIBSON RUSSELL SYLVESTER FISHER: Urbanna, Virginia: Co-op Chemical Engineering: A. 1. Ch. E.: Newman Club .... JAMES ROBERT FITZPATRICK: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4: Scientia Club: YELLOW fACKET, 1. . . . JAMES MIDDLETON FITZSIMONS: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: Phi Defta Theta: Bulldog Club: "T" Club: Football, 1, 2, 3, Captain, 4: Track, 1, 2, 3, 4: Athletic Boarcl: Rifle Team: Ensign, N. R. O. T. C. . . . THOMAS THORNE FLAGLER, Jr.: Atlanta, Geor- gia: General Science: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Scientia Club: Bull- dog Club: Football Manager, 1, 2, 3 .... ROBERT S. FORD: Pascagoula, Mississippi: Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Clif. . . . JACOB FRANK: Chattanooga, Tennessee: Chemical En- gineering: Tau Epsilon Pin' .... YOUNG FRANK FREE- MAN, Jr.: New York City: General Science: Sigma Alpha Ep- silon: Phi Eta Sigma: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 4: Scientia Club: Naval Christmas Bulletin, Associate Editor, 4: Football Manager, 1, 2, 3, 4: Golf, 1, 3 .... NATHAN MYRON FRISCH: Jersey City, A E ra I EQH FORD FRANK FREEMAN FRISCH FUCHS FULLER GOODE GOULDING G-RANBERRY GUEST, J. F. GUEST, J. W, HALL New Jersey: Chemical Engineering: Tau Epsilon phf: Phi Eta Sigma: Honor Roll, 1: TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3, Associate Editor, 4: YELLOW JACKET, 2, 3, Associate Editor, 4: Track, 2: Cross Country, 1. . . . LOUIS FUCHS: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: Pin' Epsffon Pi, President, 4: Honor Roll, 1: Scientia Club: BLUE PRINT, 1: TECHNIQUE, 2, 4: YELLOW IACKET, 3, Associate Business Manager, 4: Tnterfraternity Council, 4: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C .... POPE HUGULEY FULLER: Atlanta, Georgia: Architecture: Clif plug Honor Roll, 3, 4: Vice-President, Architectural Society .... JESSE FRANKLIN COINS, Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering .... VTRGTL DEAN CATH: Wyand, Pennsylvania: Go-op Chemical Engineering .... LESTER HENRY GEIGER, Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: Electrical Engineering: Sigma plu' Epsilon: Kappa Eta Kappa .... HUGH DEN- TON GIBSON: Atlanta, Georgia: General Engineering .... ARCHTE EGBERT GOODE: Colum- bus, Kansas: Go-op Electrical Engineering .... FRANK ROSS GOULDING: Atlanta, Georgia: Civil Engineering: Sfgma Pin' Epsffongl Civil Crew: Skull and Key Club: TECHNIQUE, 2, 3: Cross Country, 1 .... EDWIN RAYMOND GRANBERRY: Atlanta, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: Kappa Sigma: Oil Can Club: A. S. M. E .... JOHN FRANKLIN GUEST: Dudley, Georgia: Co-op Textile Engineering: Co-op Club: Captain, R. O. T. C .... JACK WILSON GUEST: Atlanta, Geor- gia: Textile Engineering: Kappa Sigma: Phi Psi: Track, 1, 2, '. . . F. STEPHEN HALL, Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: Industrial Management: Sigma Clif: Scientia Club: Bulldog Club: BLUE PRINT, 2, 3: TECHNIQUE, 1, 2. m f If :if ' l it i 0 K Q 5 i I egg, HUD WN U till- Jlfel ifjxf fMNX'9ATZMr'i',,"9 'M if Exe! .aqififlmxef 2",1fvv1,w:f,,,1- 'WA...AQr4,,NX :.,f'A"'X-:I-Mmiiu ,,.. N 'x f-' HANEY HARBIN HARELSON HARRISON HIGHTOWER HJELMFELT HOAGLAND HODGDON PHILIP HELLER HANEY: Mt. Pocono, Pennsylvania: Co-op Mechanical Engineering: A. S. M. E .... WILLIAM THOMAS HARBIN: Brunswick, Georgia: Chemical Engineering: A. I. E.: Debating Club: Marionettes .... WILLIAM BENTON HARELSON: Harelson, Louisiana: Architecture: Sigma Chi: Architectural Society .... JOHN SAMS HARRISON: Jack- son, Georgia: Industrial Management: Sigma Nu: Scientia Club: Bulldog Club: Marionettes: Bancl: Baseball Manager, 1, 2, 4. . . . WALTER DUSENBURY HARPER: Florence, South Carolina: Co-op Mechanical Engineering: A. S. M. E.: Briaerean Society. . . . JOSEPH EDMOND HARRINGTON: Atlanta, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: A. S. M. E .... TYRUS RAYMOND HARTLEY: St. Augustine, Florida: Co-op Electrical Engineering: Kappa Eta Kappa: A. I. E. E.: Co-op Club: Major, R. O. T. C .... EDWARD WORTHINGTON HAWKINS. Jr.: Dothan, Alabama: Mechanical Engineering: Kappa Sigma: A. S. M. E.: Baseball Manager, 1, 2. . . . LAWRENCE COKER HAYS: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: Kappa Sigma: Omicron Delta Kappa: Vice-Presiclent, Analc: Bulldog E RCE! TE HARPER HARRINGTON HARTLEY HAWKINS HAYS HEINRKCH HOLLAND HOLT HOPE HORINE HOUSE HUDSON Club: Skull and Key Club: Student Council, 2, 3, 4: Interfraternity Council, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4: Secre- tary and Treasurer, Senior Class: Vice-President, Sophomore Class: Vice-President, Freshman Class: "T" Club: Football, 1, 2, 3, Alternate Captain, 4: Basketball, 1, Q, 3: Track, 1, 2. . . . JOSEPH ARTHUR HEINRICH: Twin Falls, Iclaho: C0-Op Electrical Engineering: Band .... GEORGE HARRISON HIGHTOWER: Thomaston, Georgia: Textile Engineering: Sigma Clif: Omicron Delta Kappa: Analc: Bulldog Club: Stuclent Council, 2, 3, President, 4: Interfraternity Council, 3, 4 .... ROBERT HOWARD HJELMFELT: Holdrege, Nebraska: Co-op Electrical Engineering: Co-op Club: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C .... ARTHUR MOORE HOAGLAND, Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: Civil Engi- neering: Civil Crew: Kappa Kappa Psi: Band .... FRANK ELLIS HODGDON: Decatur, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: A. S. M. E .... LONNIE AUBRY HOLLAND: Collins, Georgia: Me- chanical Engineering: A. M. E .... ALEXANDER CURRIE HOLT, Jr.: Greensboro, North Carolina: Mechanical' Engineering: Kappa Sigma: Pi Tau Sigma: A. S. M. E.: Oil Can Club: Scabbarcl ancl Blade: BLUE PRINT, 1, 2: Bancl .... GEORGE MELVILLE HOPE, 111: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: Sigma Clif: Scientia Club: BLUE PRINT, 1, 2, 3: TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3, 4: Rifle Team .,.. WILLIAM WELCH HORINE: Winter Park, Florida: Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Clif: A. S. M. E .... ORMAN FRANCIS HOUSE: Cincinnati, Ohio: Chemical Engineering: Kappa Sigma: Swimming, 1, 2, 3, 4. . . . ROBERT ALLAN HUDSON: Macon, Georgia: Co-op Textile Engineering: Tau Beta Pi: Briaerean Society: President, Co-op Club: Scabbarcl and Blade: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C. .ff x ll lmgfg Wil F, aim! Riff fW?'J47??i -Ar M 1' tr' glf-M,-WM -T+L, Wfidfiwbl n. .PM Axvadd, ,W emma? if are wwf 5-MW ,LT 53-N :Max ,AMN f--I-f'Nv-f YJ.-'yv,:'L Aws-Nx'X-cxg4"N K I ,g,.lVHx11'!-,ilu 'X 1 w , J w 1 XHHA, S v. HULSE HUTCHINS HUTCHISON HYDER JOHNSON, W. E. JOHNSON, W. R. JOHNSTON, D. JOHNSTON R JOHN CHASTAIGNE HULSE: Augusta, Georgia: Architec- ture: Treasurer, Architectural Society .... FRANCIS HUTCHINS: Hattiesburg, Mississippi: Co-op Electrical Engi- neering: Presiolent's Gold "Tn: Phi Eta Sigma: Honor Roll, 1, 4: Briaerean Society: Co-op Club: Band. . . . PAUL CRAN- DALL HUTCHISON: Charlotte, North Carolina: Electrical Engineering: Kappa Eta Kappa: A. 1. E. E .... JOHNNIE CARL HYDER: Clermont, Georgia: General Science: "T" Club: Football, 2, 3: Baseball, 1, 2, 4: Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Track, 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross Country, 3. . . . CARLOS ALBERTO INES- TROZA: San Pedro Sula, Honduras: Civil Engineering: Civil Crew: Cosmopolitan Club. . . . EDGAR EVERETTE IRWIN: Atlanta, Georgia: Electrical Engineering: A. 1. E. E. . . . ROGER MALCOLM JACOBS: Columbus, Georgia: General Science: De7ta Sigma Phi, President: Bulldog Club: Pi Delta Epsilon: lnterfraternity Council, 3, 4, 5: 3, 4: YELLOW JACKET, 2, 3 .... ALLEN HAROLD JENSEN: Chicago, Illinois: Mechanical Engineering: Delta Sigma Phi: Vice-President, Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Kappa Phi: Presi- dent, Tau Beta Pi: Presiclentqs Golcl "TM: Phi Eta Sigma: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4: Pi Tau Sigma: Secretary, Freebocly Club: Oil Can Club: Vice-President, A. S. M. E.: Vice-President, Senior E RGIA E INESTROZA IRWIN JACOBS JENSEN JOHNSON, J. JOHNSON H KACKLEY KEEPER KENIMER KERSHAW KESTLER KEYSERLING Class: Vice-President, Pi Delta Epsilon: Scabbard and Blade: BLUE PRINT, 1, 2, Associate Editor, 3, 4: Editor, Naval Christmas Bulletin: Lieutenant, N. R. O. T. C. . . . JAMES EDWARD JOHN- SON: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: Beta Theta pf: Scientia Club. . . . HOWARD HUHN JOHNSON: Macon, Georgia: Electrical Engineering .... W. EVERETT JOHNSON: Chicago, Illinois: General Science: Non-Fraternity Organization: MT" Club: Track, 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross Country, 1, 2, 3 .... WILLIAM ROGERS JOHNSON: Eureka, Kansas: Co-op Electrical Engineering: Briae- rean Society .... DONALD CHAPMAN JOHNSTON: Sasser, Georgia: Textile Engineering: P1' Kappa Phi: Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi psi: Pi Delta Epsilon: Bulldog Club: Treasurer, Student Coun- cil: Interfraternity Council: BLUE PRINT, 1, 2, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3, Business Manager, 4: YELLOW JACKET, 3, 4. . . . ROBERT DANIEL JOHNSTON, jr.: Birmingham, Alabama: Chem- ical Engineering: Beta Theta pf: Omicron Delta Kappa: Tau Beta Pi: Honor Roll, 1, 4: President, Alpha Chi Sigma: President, A. I. Ch. E.: President, Pi Delta Epsilon: M. L. Brittain Debating Society, 1, 4: Scabbard and Blade: BLUE PRINT, 1, 2, Associate Editor, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, 1: YELLOW JACKET, 4: Golf, 1: Major, R. O. T. C .... JOHN BAILE KACKLEY: Atlanta, Georgia: Civil Engineering: Kappa Sigma: Phi Kappa Phi: Tau Beta Pi: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3: Civil Crew: Freebody Club: Bulldog Club: Scabbard and Blade: TECHNIQUE, 4: YELLOW JACKET, 4: Lieutenant, N. R. T. C .... HOWARD KEEFER: Long Island, New Yorlc: Electrical Engineering: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4: Secretary, Kappa Eta Kappa: Co-op Club: A. 1. E. E.: Captain, R. O. T. C. . . . KENIMER: Atlanta, Georgia: Chemical Engineering .... FREDERICK DEL- MAR KERSHAW: Fort Lauderdale, Florida: Electrical Engineering: Kappa Eta Kappa: A. 1. E. E. . . . RALPH WITHERSPOON KESTLER: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: "Y" Cabinet: Traelr, 3, 4: Cross Country, 2, 3. . . . BEN HIRSCH KEYSERLING: Beaufort, South Carolina: Co-op Electrical Engineering: Sigma Gamma: A. S. M. E.: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C. .. ,.. Z... -fx,,?.., Uni O ffgblfr F J . fxiig If ll ff . L. Mmi I 5,4 1' ff' CAL? I 4' MR Aa.: 'vcx l'1:-fVV'f""N'flL,f- MA A""A-..,,N """-.XMX NJWWX-flwff ....""' W4 X. II ,fagwxllflf 1 XXII: 'x l , I l 3 I l l KLEIN KOVALEFSKY KUETTNER KUNIANSKY, LAWS LEE LESTER LINDSEY NORMAN LESTER KLEIN: Baltimore, Maryland: Chemical Engineering .... ALBERT KOVALEFSKEY: Pas- saic, New Jersey: C0-op Civil Engineering: Civil Crew: Lieu- tenant, R. O. T. C.: . . . ROBERT WILLIAM KUETTNER: Atlanta, Georgia: Aeronautical Engineering: N. A. A. . . . MAX KUNIANSKY: Atlanta, Georgia: Electrical Engineering: Phi Kappa Phi: Tau Beta Pi: President'a Gold "T": Phi Eta Sigma: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4: Kappa Eta Kappa: A. I. E. E. . . . SIDNEY SAM KUNIANSKY: Atlanta, Georgia: Chem- ical Engineering: Phi Kappa Phi: President's Gold MTH: Phi Eta Sigma: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4: A. I. Ch. E. . . . HENRY WIL- LIAM LADYNSKI: Jersey City, New Jersey: Chemical En- gineering: Sigma Clif: A. I. Cla. E.: Newman Club: Kappa Kappa Psi: Band: Tech Ramblers .... IULIO LAGOMASINO, Jr.: Havana, Culpa: Electrical Engineering: Kappa Eta Kappa: Cos- mopolitan Club: Foil and Mask Club: Fencing, 2, 3, 4. . . WILLIAM JAMES LALIK: Garfield, New Jersey: Co-op Elec- trical Engineering: Kappa Eta Kappa .... MICHAEL THEO- DORE LAMBERT, Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: Mechanical Engineer- ing: Chi Phi: A. S. M. E.: Oil Can Club .... EMORY S. CEE I2 IA TEC KUNIANSKY, S. LADYNSKI LAGOMASINO LALIK LAMBERT LANEER LINDSTROM LIPTON LOFLIN LOKEY LONG LOVE LANIER, Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Nu: A. S. M. E. . . . ROLAND BENNETT LAWS: Patterson, Louisiana: Mechanical Engineering. . . . DONALD EMMET LEE: Atlanta, Georgia: Chemistry: Bulldog Club: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C .... HUGH WILLET LESTER, Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: Kappa Alpha .... JAMES BYINGTON LINDSEY: Irwin- ton, Georgia: General Science: Kappa Sigma: Scientia Club: Skull and Key Club: Secretary and Treasurer, Freshman Class: TECHNIQUE, 4: YELLOW JACKET, 4: Scabbard and Blade: "T" Club: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 1, 2, 4: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C. . . . WILLIAM ANTHONY LIND- STROM: Atlanta, Georgia: Co-op Civil Engineering: Civil Crew: Co-op Club: Major, R. O. T. C .... IRVING LIPTON: Atlanta, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Gamma: Phi Kappa Phi: Pi Tau Sigma: Freebody Club: A. M. E.: Captain, R. O. T. C .... CLAUDE AUGUSTUS LOFLIN. Jr.: Savannah, Georgia: Co-op Chemical Engineering: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Chi Sigma: A. I. E.: Briaerean Society: Lieutenant, R. T. C .... GEORGE WALTON LOKEY, Jr.: Thomson, Georgia: Civil Engineering: Pi Kappa Phi: Civil Crew: Pi Delta Epsilon .... DAVID DANIEL LONG, Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: President, Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Kappa Phi: President's Gold "TN: Phi Eta Sigma: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4: Treasurer, Scientia Club: Bulldog Club: Pi Delta Epsilon: BLUE PRINT, Associate Editor, 3: YELLOW JACKET, Associate Editor, 3: TECHNIQUE, Managing Editor, 4: Student-Faculty Honor Council: Scabbard and Blade: Football Manager, 1, 2: Commander, N. R. O. T. C.: Rifle Team .... JAMES EARL LOVE: Atlanta, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma: Honor Roll, 2, 3: Freebody Club: A. S. M. E. .A ,.. ,.,- -g, , lr 5 'lfmnffrk I l Qielg C, mf Ulf :feeble 353325 MAAM-cwelrx -f ,...r"", V' M"A""X nklwxupff -XR W ,.f- 'ln' i 'K LOVELESS LOWERY MAGESTER MAINS MCKINNON MCKOWN MCLAUGHLIN MCNENNEY HOWARD PAYNE LOVELESS. Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: Textile Engineering: Phi Pei .... WILLIAM HAMILTON LOW- ERY: Unaclilla, Georgia: Electrical Engineering: Kappa Eta Kappa: A. I. E. E. . . . EARL HENRY MAGESTER: Water- bury, Connecticut: Electrical Engineering. . . . DAN ROBERT MAINS: Kansas City, Missouri: Chemical Engineering: Delta Tau Delta .... EDWARD MALZONE: Brooklyn, New York: Civil Engineering: Sigma Clif: Civil Crew: Newman Club .... CHESTER ALLERDICE MAPLE: Macon, Georgia: Co-op Elec- trical Engineering: Beta Kappia: Kappa Eta Kappa: A. I. E. E.: Briaereari Society: Co-op Club. . . . HUGH KEY MARSHALL: Cordele, Georgia: Architecture: Delta Tau De7ta: Architectural Society: YELLOW JACKET, 3 .... ROBERT MILLWOOD MATTHEWS, Ir.: Thomaston., Georgia: Textile Engineering: Sigma Glu.: Phi Psi: "T" Club: Football, 1: Baseball, 1, 2. . . . JOHN HENRY MAYES, Jr.: Fitzgerald, Georgia: General Science: Alpha Tau Omega: Scientia Club .... MARVIN REYNOLDS MCCLATCHEY, Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: Chemical Engineering: Chi phi: Alpha Chi Sigma: A. I. Ch. E. . . . E RG! TE MALZONE MAPLE MARSHALL MATTHEWS MAYES M LATCHEY MEEKS MENDEZ MILLER, A. MILLER, D. MILTIADES MINCEY JOHN CURTIS MCKINNON, Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: Phi Sigma Kappa: Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Kappa Phi: Presiclent's Gold "Tn: Phi Eta Sigma: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4: Pi Delta Epsilon: Scientia Club: TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, Associate Editor, 3, Editor-in-Chief, 4: BLUE PRINT, 3, 4: YELLOW JACKET, 1, 3, 4: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3: Editor, "TN Book, 3: Athletic Board, 4. . . . ROBERT HOLMES MCKOWN: Atlanta, Georgia: Aeronautical Engineer- ing: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, 4: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Honor Roll, 3, 4: Presiclent, N. A. A.: Vice-President, Freebocly Club: BLUE PRINT, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, 3, 4: YELLOW LIACKET, 3, Associate Business Manager, 4: Scabbarcl ancl Blacle: Major, R. O. T. C .... JAMES BRADLEY McLAUGHLIN: College Park, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: A. S. M. E.: Track, 2: Rifle Team, 4: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C. . . . LWILLIAM MCNENNEY: Tampa, Florida: Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Chi: Pi Tau Sigma: A. S. M. E.: Non-Fraternity Organization: "T" Club: Baseball, 1, 2, 4. . . . WILLIAM ALLEN MEEKS: Carrollton, Georgia: Aeronautical Engineering: P1'Kap15a phi: N. A. A.: Pi Delta Epsilon. . . . RAFAEL MARTIN MENDEZ: Santurce, puerto Rico: Co-op Civil Engineer- ing: Sigma N-up Civil Crew: Presiclent, Co-op Club: Captain, IR. O. T. C .... ARTHUR ALBERT MILLER: New York City: Mechanical Engineering: Tau Beta Pi: Honor Roll, 2, 3: Secretary, Pi Tau Sigma: Secretary, A. S. M. E.: Freebocly Club .... DAVID WILLIAM MILLER: Saxton, Pennsyl- vania: General Science. . . . MILTON VICTOR MILTIADES: Savannah, Georgia: Textile Engi- neering: Phi Kappa Tau: Radio Club: "Y" Singers, Band. . . . HUGH ROYCE MINCEY: Atlanta, Georgia: Co-op Textile Engineering. , C ,.... ,,-. --XM, F f MW! Il A"-4 l M f QA. V XC: 275 mnfg f3.?5k I Wi: 'm"'I'1ENxf-fWW"5'5f"I.f9 Mqnflii fp ., ,w',,.f-"- Qnflfr: Z1- .55 Er-re ww ir' Zilfv-www ,EIS ""'fRL,,,:: Maxx ,waxy A-I-f"'N-pf YJ..-""ACfL yRxxx4'X M MM-in "mi A-S S MITCHELL MOORE, C. MOORE, J. MERRILL NEISTER NORTON O'CALLAGHAN OG-LESBY JOHN ANASTASIUS MITCHELL: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: Honor Roll, 1: Cosmopolitan Club: M. L. Brittain De- bating Society: YELLOW JACKET, 1: TECHNIQUE, 3, 4: Track, 1: Cross Country, 1 .... CHARLES ALEXANDER MOORE, Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: Electrical Engineering: Pi Kappa Phi: A. I. E. E .... JAMES STANLEY MOORE, III: Atlanta, Georgia: Inclustrial Management: Cin' Pin.: Honor Roll, 2, 3: TECHNIQUE, 1, 2: "T" Club: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4: Track, 1, 2, 3, 4: Ensign, N. R. O. T. C .... RICHARD NATHAN MER- RILL: South Hadley Falls, Massachusetts: General Engineering: Sigma C111-, Secretary: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C .... GERVIS GRAINGER MORRISON: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: Sigma Alpha Eps17on: Scientia Club. . . . LORRAINE MICKLE MOYE, Jr.: Cuthbert, Georgia: Chemistry: Kappa Sigma: Alpha Chi Sigma: Bulldog Club: Slcull and Key Club: Pi Delta Epsilon: BLUE PRINT, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3, 4: YELLOW fACKET, 1, 2, 3, Eclitor-in-Chief, 4: Interfraternity Council, 3, 4: Student Council, 4: "Y" Cabinet: Baseball, 1: Cross Country, 1. . . . LEE RAY MUNROE, Jr.: Quincy, Florida: Mechanical Engi- neering: Kappa Alpha: A. S. M. E.: Oil Can Club: Scabbarcl and E R I E C MORRISON MOYE MUNROE NANCE NAPIER NEILL PIKE J OLIVER OWENS PARKS PAULSON PIKE, H. , Blade: Interfraternity Council, 3, 4: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C .... RALPH PEARSON NANCE: Bell Buckle, Tennessee: Co-op Chemical Engineering .... JOHN BLACKMON NAPIER: Macon, Georgia.: Ceramic Engineering: A. S., Presiclent: Captain, R. O. T. C .... SIDNEY KAY NEILL: Forest, Mississippi: Architecture: p1- Kappa Alpha, President: Phi Kappa Phi: Honor Roll, 1, 2: Presi- clent, Architectural Society: Interfraternity Council, 3, Secretary, 4: Captain, R. T. C .... SAN- FORD BARTOW NEISTER: Roanoke, Virginia: Electrical Engineering: A. I. E. E.: Co-op Clula: "Yu Cabinet: B. U.: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C .... WILLIAM CURTIS NORTON: Mericlian, Missis- sippi: Co-op Mechanical Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma: A. M. E.: Briaerean Society: Co-op Clula: Captain, R. O. T. C .... LELAND JAMES O'CALLAGHAN: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: Sigma pl11'Eps17on, President: Secretary, Scientia Club: Slcull ancl Key Club: Pi Delta Epsilon: Yellow Jaclcet Club: M. L. Brittain Debating Society, 1, 2, 3, President, 4: Interfraternity Council, 2, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3, 4: YELLOW JACKET, 1, 4: Baslcetlnall, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 1, 4: Traclc, 2, 3: Cross Country, 1, 2, 3: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C .... HENRY RUBE OGLESBY: Warrensburg, Mis- souri: Civil Engineering: Beta Theta pf: Civil Crew .... FLOYD OLIVER: Atlanta, Geor- gia: Cc-cp Textile Engineering: Phi Psi: Co-op Club .... WILLIAM BAILEY OWENS: Clinton, South Carolina: Electrical Engineering: Beta Kappa: Kappa Eta Kappa: A. I. E. E.: Tech Ramblers. . . . JAMES GUYTON PARKS, Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: phi Delta Theta: Yellow Jacket Club, 1, 2 .... WILLIAM CARL PAULSON: El Dorado, Kansas: Civil Engineering: Civil Crew: Bullclog Cluln .... HOWARD KROOK PIKE: Goshen, New Hampshire: Aeronautical En- gineering: Tlieta Cin.: N. A. A.: Tech Ramblers: Lieutenant, R. T. C .... WILLIAM PIKE: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science. ,,- f-- F u .ar I J.. MAJ J 533, mf N.. Q., -' Mr.. Q W Efmlell ilmyykgp .12 3.,,,2fi,a jf lwnffv A.. Mg, .ff : O All "H C' fl Nwfvwpx in WNW: M4534-ZWSM ,vw-"AAF "',:fi AM-TEH AAN., lx ',....r"", X ? NJN.. .1- Hx'll, S PLAGE POE POER PORTER RAMAGE RAMSEY RATLIFF REISMAN HENRY LEE PLACE: Atlanta, Georgia: Industrial Manage- ment: Gln' Phi: Honor Roll, 3: Scientia Club: Bulldog Club: Pi Delta Epsilon: Seal:-bard ancl Blade: TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3, 4: YELLOW JACKET, 3, 4: Swimming, 1, 2, 3, Captain, 4: Golf, 12 Ensign, N. R. O. T. C. . . . EDGAR ALLAN POE: Newell- ton, Louisiana: Electrical Engineering: A. T. E. E.: Band. . . . LEE SCOTT POER: Atlanta, Georgia: Textile Engineering: Phi Delta Theta: Phi Psi .... OSWALD BLANT PORTER, Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: Aeronautical Engineering: N. A. A .... JAMES ADDISON POTTER: Atlanta, Georgia: Electrical En- gineering: Phi Kappa Phi: Presidentls Golcl MTN: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4: "Y" Cabinet, 2: "YW Singers: Raclio Clula, 1. . . . LINTON Atlanta, Georgia: General En- gineering. . . . JOSEPH HUBERT POWELL: Navasota, Texas: Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Plu' Ebsflon: Phi Kappa Phi: Honor Roll, 3, 4: Pi Tau Sigma: Oil Can Club: Presiclent, Free- body Club, A. S. M. E. . . . DEMETRIO PRESILLA, Ir.: Mayari, Cuba: Chemical Engineering: Cosmopolitan Club: Swim- ming, 2, 3. . . . PAUL WALTON PURDOM: Sparta, Georgia- s Civil Engineering: Delta Tau Delta: President, Civil Crew: E RG! TE POTTER POUND POWELL PRESILLA PURDOM RAGLAND RI-IYNE RICHARD RICHARDSON RIMMER RIS ROACI-IE Freebody Club: Kappa Kappa Psi: Band: Captain, R. O. T. C .... FRED BRYAN RAGLAND. Atlanta, Georgia: Industrial Management: Kappa Afphag Honor Roll, 3: Scientia Club: Bulldog Club: TECHNIQUE, 1, 2: YELLOW JACKET, 3, 4: Basketball Manager, 1, 2, 3, 4: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C. . . JAMES BLAKELY RAMAGE: Atlanta, Georgia: Industrial Management: Pi Kappa phi, Presi- dent: Omicron Delta Kappa: Honor Roll, 3: President, Scientia Club: President, Yellow Jacket Club: Bulldog Club: Interfraternity Council, 3, 4: Marionettes: M. L. Brittain Debating Society: TECH- NIQUE, 1, 3, 4: YELLOW JACKET, 1, 2, Associate Business Manager, 4: Scabbard and Blade: Cheerleader, 2, 3, Captain, 4 .... JACOB SHERMAN RAMSEY, Jr.: Darlington, South Carolina: Mechanical Engineering: Beta Theta pf: A. S. M. E.: Pi Delta Epsilon .... WILLIAM HARDY RATLIFF, -Ir.: Sherard, Mississippi: Electrical Engineering: Tau Beta Pi: Kappa Eta Kappa: Briae- rean Society .... RALPH DAVID REISMAN: Atlanta, Georgia: Industrial Management: Phi Ep- silon pf: Scientia Club: Foil and Mask Club: Fencing, 2, 3, 4 .... CECIL RHYNE, Jr.: Marianna, Florida: Mechanical Engineering: Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4: Pi Tau Sigma: Freebody Club: A. S. M. E.: Kappa Kappa Psi. . . . RICHARD VALERION RICHARD: Savannah, Georgia: Architecture: Architectural Society: pi Delta Epsilon: BLUE PRINT, 2, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3, Asso- ciate Editor, 4: NY" Cabinet, Secretary, 4: President, Freshman HYN Club .... JOHN AVERY RICHARDSON: Medway, Massachusetts: Chemical Engineering: Theta CIM.: Alpha Chi Sigma: A. I. Ch. E .... DONALD CYRIL RIMMER: Atlanta, Georgia: Civil Engineering: Sigma Chr.: Civil Crew: Scientia Club .... CHARLES HARRINGTON RIS, Jr.: Freeport, New York: Aeronautical Engineering: p1' Kappa Alpha, Treasurer: Honor Roll, 2: Phi Eta Sigma: Freebody Club: N. A. A. . . . WILLIAM CHRIS Atlanta, Georgia: Textile Engineering: Phi psi. mf f i?, gf ,l..,, we if ff fy,.N'Hf:.-:L it 1, W'-.95 - Kiwis?-if yi 1' ,Xxxv-,-N-' A., WMI 55 3 ea Maw: ZZMMMAZAFLK MMAWAQFQRXM s..."A"'X"' MJ! I ,,f""'!,, hikrxxg KKK ,.f-'vwkxll H'L'ls, X ROONEY ROSENBERG RYAN RYM ER SIMONS SIMS SINGER SINGLETON WILLIAM LANIER ROONEY: Atlanta, Georgia: Textile En- gineering: Pi Kappa Phi: Phi Psi .... JEROME SANFORD ROSENBERG: Ridgewood, New Jersey: Aeronautical Engineer- ing: Sigma Gamma: Vice-President: Aero Club. . . . JAMES COOGAN RYAN: Delavan, Illinois: Electrical Engineering: Sigma Cha., President: Secretary, Omicron Delta Kappa: Tau Beta Pi: Honor Roll, Q: President, Kappa Eta Kappa: Pi Delta Epsilon: Bulldog Club: A. I. E. E.: BLUE PRINT, 2, 3, Business Manager, 4: TECHNIQUE, 3: Baslcetl:-all, Q, 3. . . . BRAD- FORD RYMER, Jr.: Cleveland, Tennessee: Industrial Manage- ment: PZI1- Gamma Delta: Scientia Club: Pi Delta Epsilon: YELLOW JACKET, 2, 3. . . . CHARLES LANE SCHREEDER. Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: A. S. M. E. . . . PAUL RICHARD SCHUH: St. Petersburg, Florida: Co-op Electrical Engineering .... GEORGE KEARSLEY SELDEN. Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: Electrical Engineering: Delta Sigma Phi: Pi Delta Epsilon: Marionettes: Secretary, A. I. E. E.: TECH- NIQUE, 1, 2, 3, 4: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C. . . . RAYMOND SHEPLEY: West Palm Beach, Florida: Mechanical Engineering: E R I TEC SCHREEDER SCHUH SELDEN SHEPLEY SHIPPEY SILVA SINQUEFTELD SLAY SMITH, C. SMITH, H. SMITH, W. SPARKS P1'Ka1Sfa Alpha: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Honor Roll, 1: Pi Tau Sigma: A. S. M. E.: Freebody Club: Football Manager, 1, 2, 3: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C .... JAMES KNOX SHTPPEY, Jr.: At- lanta, Georgia: Civil Engineering: Civil Crew .... GEORGE P. SILVA: playa de Varadero, Cuba: Civil Engineering: Civil Crew: Cosmopolitan Club: Tennis, 2, 3, 4. . . . CHARLES READ STMONS: Atlanta, Georgia: Tndustrial Management: P1' Kappa P711-Q Honor Roll, 3: Scientia Club: TECHNIQUE, 1: Scahbarcl and Blade: Track, 2, 3: Lieutenant-Colonel, R. O. T. C .... MARION DUBOSE SIMS, Jr.: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: Kappa Sigma: Presidentqs Gold WTM: Phi Eta Sigma: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4: Scientia Club: BLUE PRINT, 1: TECHNlQUE,' 1: YELLOW JACKET, 1: Scahbard and Blade: Lieutenant, N. R. O. T. C. . . . RAYMOND SINGER: Atlanta, Georgia: Textile Engi- neering: M. L. Brittain Debating Society .... WILLIAM BRIGHTMAN STNGLETON: Rocky Mount, North Carolina: Architecture: Beta Kappa: Honor Roll, 3: Architectural Society: Tnterfrater- nity Council, 3 .... CHARLES A. SINQUEFIELD: Lake City, Florida: Mechanical Engineering: A. S. M. E .... RALPH ERNEST SLAY: Decatur, Georgia: Architecture: Architectural Society: Lieutenant, R. T. C .... CHARLES WOODBURN SMITH: Central City, Kentucky: Electrical Engineering: plt1'De7ta Theta: Vice-President, Kappa Eta Kappa: Vice-President, A. T. E. E. . . . HUGH SMITH: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: P7-u' Sigma Kappa: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3: Scientia Club: Interfraternity Council: Scabbard and Blade: Captain, R. O. T. C .... WTLVLTAM GIBBS SMITH, Jr.: Lake Worth, Florida: Chemical Engineering: Theta Cin' .... THOMAS M. SPARKS: Millen, Georgia: Aeronautical Engineering: N. A. A.: "Y" Singers. f 1: KQSEVQ Q f QUT so mp. 7 w C? - 134 ' :UD N51 ,I 'TgiffAj5f:7?f,,'j,L2, f-"' f-"' ,x"N"A.,,bN , !,...f-'N"' f,,,MQ4 Hill xx """' -L? ,.,-"J" A R11 il' S E R I A T "fx I SPENCER SPREEN STOLLARD STONE TAYLOR, H. TAYLOR, J. TEMPLETON THARPE LEO SPENCER, Ir.: Atlanta, Georgia: Mechanical Engineer- ing: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: A. S. M. E.: President, Bulldog Club: President, Oil Can Club: Skull and Key Club: Track, 1. . . . ALLAN RAYMON SPREEN: Nutley, New Jersey: Mechanical Engineering: A. S. M. E .... IULIAN HOWARD STOL- LARD: Atlanta, Georgia: Civil Engineering: pin' Sigma Kappa: Civil Crew .... CHARLES WINSTON STONE: Atlanta, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: A. S. M. E.: Track, 1, 2' Lieuteriant, R. O. T. C .... HARRY MAX STRAUSS, Jr! Birmingham, Alabama: Chemical Engineering: Pin' Epsffon pf: A. I. Ch. E .... ASHWORTH NATHANIEL STULL: Nor- walk, Connecticut: Chemistry: Honor Roll., 3, 4: A. 1. Ch. E.: Sigma Gamma: YELLOW fACKET, 1, 2: "Y" Cabinet. . . . ROBERT MOLER SWEET: Sf. Albans, West Virginia: Me- chanical Engineering: p1. Kappa pin' .... HENRY WOOD- RUFF SWIFT: Columbus, Georgia: Textile Engineering: Sfgma Alpha E1Ss17on: Omicron Delta Kappa: Analc: Phi Psi: Pi Delta Epsilon: Bulldog Club: Skull and Key Club: President, Interfra- ECI-I STRAUSS STULL SWEET SWlFT TANTZ TAYLOR, G THOMPSON TROUTMAN TUFTS VAN BUSKIRK VERDERY VERDTER T W ternity Council: Student Council, 3, 4: BLUE PRINT, 1, 2, 3: YELLOW fACKET, 1, 2, Business Manager, 3: TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3: Tennis, 1, 2, 3 .... RALPH TAITZ: Atlanta, Georgia: Electrical Engineering: Sigma Gamma .... GEORGE CROSLAND TAYLOR: Taunton, Massachusetts: Me- chanical Engineering: Sigma Chi: A. S. M. E .... HARRY CLAY TAYLOR: Atlanta, Georgia: Chemical Engineering .... JERRY HAMPTON TAYLOR: Decatur, Georgia: General Science: Track, 1, 2, 3, 4. . . . REGINALD KEITH TEMPLETON: St. Petersburg, Florida: Co-op Electrical Engineering .... ERNEST SHAW THARPE: Moultrie, Georgia: General Science: Pin' Delta Theta: Honor Roll, 3: Scientia Club: Bulldog Club: Scabbard and Blade: NT" Club: Football, 1, Q, 3, 4: Basketball, 1, 2: Captain, R. O. T. C .... WALLACE McW1LL1AM THOMPSON: Cochran, Geor- gia: Co-op Mechanical Engineering: A. S. M. E.: Co-op Club: NYM Singers: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C. . . . SAMUEL MALONE TROUTMAN: Statesville, North Carolina: Chemical Engineering: "Y" Singers: Non-Fraternity Organization. . . . JOHN R. TUFTS: Atlanta, Georgia: Industrial Man- agement: Clu' phi: Bulldog Club: Skull and Key Club: Marionettes: "T" Club: Track, 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross Country, 1 .... PAUL S. VAN BUSKIRK: White Plains, New Yorlc: Industrial Management: Delta Sigma Pl-Lf: Scientia Club: Marionettes. . . . HOLCOMBE MATHURINE VERDERY, Jr.: Harlem, Georgia: Textile Engineering: Pi Kaiba phi: Pbi Psi .... RICHARD AUGUSTUS VERDIER: Plainville, Georgia: Textile Engineering: pf Kabba phi: Vice-President, Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Honor Roll, 1, 3: President, Phi Psi: pi Delta Epsilon: Bulldog Club: Skull and Key Club: BLUE PRINT, 1: TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3, 4. IAN' -..-rf" "' 2 ,..,-MM-ull 'I A-Xxx. If -xii., LF WAR II IEIUI O Ujwzi. I I - iw""L4:34,IrIf 75- All ,L I ,Ziff 'fI1iwigN::2?hff.p:1,','5, .-.55 3? 229: Qlf' H-fffwf' W ffm MAN like li, 5 WAITS WALKER WALLACE WALLIS WELLS WHITE WIGHT WILKINSON CARL EIFORD WAITS: Ben Hill, Georgia: General Science: phi Sigma Kappa, Presiclent: Phi Kappa Phi: Presiclenfs Gold "TN: phi Eta Sigma: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4: "T" Club: Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4. . . . B. PRESSLEY WALKER: Atlanta, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: A. S. M. E.: Foil ancl Mask Club: Fencing Manager, 3, 4. . . . WILLIAM EDWARD WAL- LACE: Atlanta, Georgia: Electrical Engineering: Beta Kappa: Phi Kappa Phi: Tau Beta Phi: Phi Eta Sigma: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4: Presiclenfs Gold "Tn: Kappa Eta Kappa: Scablnarcl ancl Blade: A. 1. E. E.: Interfraternity Council, 3, 4: Lieutenant, N. R. O. T. C. . . . JOHN GORDON WALLIS: Atlanta, Georgia: General Science: Track, 1, 2, 3, 4. . . . IGNATIUS HERMAN WALLMEYER: Richmond, Virginia: Mechanical Engineering: Delta Sigma pin.: Oil Can Club: Newman Club. . . . MOUL- TRIE ALFRED WARREN: Byron, Georgia: Civil Engineering: Civil Crew. . . . EDWIN WATTERS: Hermitage, Georgia: Ceramic Engineering: P1' Kappa Alpha: Interfraternity Council, 2, 3, 4: Track, 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross Country, 1, 2, 3 .... BERNARD ALEXANDER WEBB, Jr.: Macon, Georgia: Archi- tecture: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. . . . HARRY NATHAN WEBER: E I2 I TE WALLMEYER WARREN WATTERS WEBB WEBER WEINSTEIN WILLCOX WILLIAMS, F. WILLIAMS, J. WILLIAMS, W. YORK YOUNG Chattanooga, Tennessee: Mechanical Engineering: Tau Epsilon Phi: A. S. M. E. . . . HENRY ROBERT WEINSTEIN: St. Augustine, Floricla: Mechanical Engineering: Tau Epsffon pin.: A. M. E.: Bancl: Swimming, I: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C .... WADE CANTRELL WELLS: Atlanta, Geor- gia: General Science: BLUE PRINT, I, 2: TECHNIQUE, 1, 2: Assistant Editor, Naval Christmas Bulletin: Baseball, 2. . . . ROY FARRIBA WHITE: Grantville, Georgia: General Science: Beta Theta pf: Honor Roll, 3, 4: Scientia Club: pi Delta Epsilon: Marionettes: BLUE PRINT, 2, 3, 4: YELLOW JACKET, 2, 3: Track Manager, 2, 3 .... THOMAS MAXWELL WIGHT: Cairo, Geor- gia: Electrical Engineering: Tau Beta Pi: Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4: Kappa Eta Kappa: Briaerean Society: Co-op Club: Captain, R. O. T. C .... TERRELL HARRISON WILKINSON, Ir.: Cuthbert, Geor- gia: Textile Engineering: Phi Psi .... WILLIAM LOUIS WILLCOX: Orlando, Florida: Mechani- cal Engineering: pi Tau Sigma: A. M. E .... FRANK WILLIAMS: Atlanta, Geor- gia: Electrical Engineering: Honor Roll, I, 2: Briaerean Society. . 4. . JOHN HAND WILLIAMS: Blakely, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, President: Yellow Jacket Club, I, 2, 3, President, 4: Marionettes: Vice-Presiclent, Student Council: "YM Cabinet, I, 2, 3, President, 4: Sdabbard and Blade: Cheerleader, 2, 3, Captain, 4: Captain, R. O. T. C .... WALLACE CRAW- FORD WILLIAMS: Lawrenceville, Georgia: Textile Engineering: Phi Psi: Non-Fraternity Organiza- tion: Baseball, I. . . . JOSEPH EDWARD YORK: Baltimore, Marylancl: Aeronautical Engineering: Honor Roll, 1, 2: NYM Singers: Traclc, 2, 3, 4 .... SAMUEL RICHARD College Parlc: Georgia: Civil Engineering: Afpha Tau Omega: Treasurer, Civil Crew: President, Kappa Kappa psi, Tech Ramblers: Captain, Football and Military Band. JOSEPH F. ALEXANDER, JR Born July 29, 1915 ' Died October 8, 1936 WAYNE S. COX Born December 2, 1913 Died November 23, 1936 CHARLES A. MION, JR. Born October 29, 1916 Died October 1, 1936 ff 'gi JACK NIXON 2 5 M ,QFKQ '22 2746 JUNIQR CLASS J. U. N IXON president T. F. SIMS, JR. Vfce-president J. P. MORGAN Secretary and Treasure MS VLUCHER 5 Nw xx JIM MORGAN w s l m W l X-gf-' x ,I ,,,.J'N" "JV ..,,.a he , -..Q Vg- ui- rr X A lrrrrfrn' LW .1-fl'-vrffffffwl 'VL 'lxn I EVVFFTF Wrfwfg-f -A 'N' 4, -. .XM ww w it 1 KW' few --l-9-3-Q Ffrst Row B. L. Alalaott, A 2 fl? ..... Callzoun, Ga T. H. Acree . . . . . .Calhoun,Ga H. H. Adams, H K 119 . . Clzattanooga, Tenn R. B. Ady . . . . . . . M7.am7., R. P. Aldridge, 115 A 09 . . South Orange, N. ,I E. K. Alexander Second Row . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga W. Alexander, A 'I' A . . . Atlanta, Ga. T. R. Allen, E X . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. H. V. Almond, CID E K . . Atlanta, Ga. W. M. Amos . O. B. Andrews . J. W. Atkins, Jr., . . . Ed1'S07l, GG. Third Row . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. A T S2 . . . Savannah, Ga. C. A. Auclalr .... . . Atlanta, Ga. D. M. Baeder . S. E. Bagley, Jr. W. O. Baker, 2 X R. D. Ballantyne, '. . . . Nutley, . . Al1Slzaretta,Ga. Fourtlz Row . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. H K A . . . Atlanta, Ga. A. Barnard ..... . Slzyland, N. C. T. W. Barnes, ffl A C9 . . . . Atlanta, Ga. C. M. Barnett, H K 112 . . Atlanta, Ga. W. H. Barnett . J. E. Barnhill . S. Barrett . . Ffftlt Row . . . Petersburg, Tenn. . . . Follzston, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. H. G. Beall, HIJKE . . . Clzamlnlee, Ga. A. Beaty . . . . MountHolly, Sfxtlz Row C. L. Beaudrot, B K . . . Greenwood, S. C. H . W. Beclc, B 9 H . . Kirkwood, Mo. O. M. Bell ..... . Arlington, Ga. K. A. Bevins ....... Atlanta, Ga. C. A. Biclcerstaff, Jr., 2 A E . . Atlanta, Ga. THE BLUE PRINT Exfeifdt ,,,fQ 4,5 'T'-1-f- ' fx"7' f l :!u!!!!l I V lr "- 'XM l ' , .cf 2 l fivffffrr will ,,-,w1:: ff L Cliff, A, ,g . Q3 W .,.TN'kil si'?fff' 3, e LMQ' xD?-5mA,.,"""X 'vxx ,nv-ffzfdvw X 'Aw Ffrst Row Third Rob E. Black, Jr., fb E II . . . New York, N. Y. R. I. Butler ....... Atlanta, Ga. G. C. Blanchard, Jr., X KD . . . Augusta, Ga. W. H. Butner, K A . . . . Atlanta, Ga. W. C. Bliss, B 09 ll ..... Fairfield, Ala. R. H. Blooclwortlm . . . Atlanta, Ga. J. M. Body, H K 119 . . Atlanta, Ga. E. M. Bolze . . . . Houston, Tex. H. W. Bowden, A T A . . . Atlanta, Ga. D. G. Bowser ...... pfttslvurglz, pa. SZCOHKZ Row J. B. Boy, Il K 'IJ . . . Huntington, W. Va J. D. Brasflelcl, 'IJ I' A . . . Natchez, M1'ss H. Brown, Jr. . . . . . Mart1'n, Ga R. E. Brown . . . . . Atlanta, Ga . Greenv1'Ne,S. C M. Burger ..... Glassfmort, Penn J. E. Brunson . . . R. E. Burks, Jr., B C9 ll . . Birmingham, Ala. D. B. Burns, XXII . . . Asflevfne, N.C. J. W. Caldwell, X fb . . . Bfrmfnglzam, Ala. C. H. Calhoun, Jr., X211 . . Washington, Ga. W. L. Calley, A 'I' Q ..... Atfanta, Ga. K. E. Calloway .... Tallulah Falls, Ga. R. F. Camp . . . . St.Peters19urg, Fla. M. O. Campbell ...... Atlanta, Ga. Fourth Row W. C. Campbell, fb A150 . . . Columbus, Ga. J. E. Carmaclc, A bl ID . . Decatur, Ga. J. C. Carr .... . Savannah, Ga. A C . . Atlanta, Ga. J. . arran . . T. E. Cash, Jr. . J. A. Castellaw . T. B. Caulfield . R. E. Chamberlain, J . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Locust Grove, Ga. . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. r., B L9 II, Wfashfngton, Ind. 1 N X. X 'X -,Ji f", N 4.8 ,M 4 --. Fr ,dsx 'Tm X rr? rrf gw3f ,M in k .Ji VF F FV W ft , 7 ,Q F 1' fight K xlycxdixxv x utitkt g ZA f VA... ..-M- -C N Dk 2 , r- f aw? ' RX WH 3 WX w 7 X ,, 371 .A 1-Q -3- -7 Ffrst Row J. L. Clmivington, fb A Q0 . . Chattanooga, Tenn F. W. Clark .... . . Atlanta, Ga J. C. Clark, A T Q . . . Atlanta, Ga R. L. Clarke .... . Atlanta, Ga J. C. Cogburn, Jr., E X . . Atlanta, Ga 56607162 Row B. A. Cole ..... Mounta1'n City, Tenn. E. G. Cole, Jr., K A .... Newnan, Ga. E. R. Collins, fb I K . . . East Pofnt, Ga. H. V. Cook, E 113 E . . porterzfale, Ga. I. V. Cooper, B 00 ll . . . Atlanta, Ga. Third Row I. A. Cork ....... Lakehznd, Fla. W. A. Cotten, CD A 00 . . . Macomb, M7'SS. J. G. Courtney, Jr., A 'I' A . . . Atlanta, Ga. C . L. Cover, X Nl' . . . . Albany, Ga. J. C. Crawford . . . . Atlanta, Ga. Fourth Row R. L. Creamer, K 2 . . . Am1'tyv177e, N. Y. H. W. Criswell, Jr., B 60 II . . . Atlanta, Ga. D. S. Crocker, TI K 111 . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. A. C. Crockett, Jr. . . . Bradenton, Fla. L. Culp, H 00 H . . . Warrensburg, Mo. Fifth Row M. E. Cushman, A T Q . . . portfancf, Me. B. B. Dales, Jr ..... Waynesboro, Ga. J. Davis, Jr. . . . . Atzanta, Ga. L. W. Davis . . Atlanta, Ga. R. G. Davis . . Atfanta, Ga. Sfxtlz Row W. M. Dean ..... C07uml71'a,Tenn. P. D. Deans . . . Savannah, Ga. S. D. Dekle, 2 X . . . Atlanta, Ga. F. depeterse . . , . . Atlanta, Ga. W. B. Doe. 2 A E . . faclzsonvfffe, Ffa. sf THE BLUE PRINT KNKKWT-if JUNICDR CLASS Y .2 ' 'f!!z, AN flvdilfx X . ..,g!!!m -ff f r W . l ' . W ??rf"V:fl,rl, ,CLE . Arf"'llMff all 1. fl .1 fwXNkAQU'Likr Vxaqigw 3 1 'tk' M1 N'f5"Xg,??, HL :F 1:33 lb M4341 CL? .Q ,q,L cz-f" AMN 'K KX Frrst Row Tlzfrct Row J. E. Dogin . . . K. K. Domingos . . R. F. Donovan, GJ X . W. W. Dulin .... R. H. Dunlop, Jr., X XII . J. D. Earle, XXII . . T. Elnclon, H K A . G. L. Edwards, A TQ 360071-LZ Row . Bayonne, N. . . Macon, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Asheville, N. C. . . Gatun, Canal Zone Macon, Ga. W. W. Edwards, Jr. ..... Atlanta, P. Elclredge . . . . . Atlanta, D. D. Elliott, CD 22 K . . . Atlanta, T. A. Elliott, X ll' ...... Athens, R. E. Emmons, B10 II . . Membhfs, T E. B. Emrey, K A ..... Decatur, W. D. Evans, Jr., QI? E K . . Atlanta, W.H.Eve,2.XE. . Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. 67171. Ga. Ga. . sClUt17l7lCl71-, Ga. . Athens, Ga . Atlanta, Ga Carrollton, Ga Baldwin, N. Y .Q Atlanta, Ga . Albany, Ga Bradenton, Fla J. S. Fletcher, A T S2 . . . Hazlelzurst, Ga J. M. Feagle ...... E. C. Famlarougll . . P. Fendley . . . . . D. G. Fink, X 111 . . A. R. Fitzsfmons . . W. H. Flegenlmeimer . . J. Fleming, ATA . . Fourth Row F. E. Floyd, Jr., KD K 'I' .... Atlanta, Ga J. O. Fly, Ir., B 00 VII . . Slwllayvflle, Tenn A. K. Forney . . . . Augusta, Ga G. G. Foulcls . . . . Hutclz1'nson, Kans S. H. Fowler, X 'I' . . . Devereux, Ga J. S. Fraser . . . . Atlanta, Ga W. D. Frierson . . Decatur, Ga J. S. Frye . . . . Atlanta, Ga ,,,.,f"' "A ,Q,.S 1 A of R.. N A f, f' li' V X e, F H1 ...fq-i Ilii fue. P' We fm f J l' F.F 'nf' vw, 1. Wi l f' ,jf f W we-,I - I - I M ffwrffffff in MRA' QnNBll754"y MfWHiifiQQ -li2.l-- W. M. Furlow, Jr. W. S. Garner . W. Garvin . I. Gassenheimer, Ir., lb IC ll . Montgomery, Ala J. B. Gaston, K A Ffrst Row . . . Albany, Ge . . McDonough, Ga . . Weleetka, Olzfa . . . . York,A7a SECOHLZ Row M. E. Gaston . C. Gavin, Jr., K E B. F. Gerding . . R. M. Gibbs . . F. GibS0l'l . . . Pittsburg, Kans. . Fort Garnes, Ga. . Oss1'm'ng, N. Y. . . Lovejoy, Ga. . C01S1Ser71177, Tenn. Third Row W. H. Gibson . J. E. Gilbert . . C. G. Gi1es,E N . S. o. Gillespie J. E. Glass . . . faclzsonvrffe, Ffa. . . Qufncy, Fla. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Atfanta, Ga. Conneny Sfrfngs, Fourth Row H. L. Godwin ...... L66S17UTg,GQ. M. A. Goette, Jr. .... Haw1z1'nsv1'77e, Ga. M. L. Goldman, T E CIP .... Atfanta, Ga. J. H. Gorciy, U K CD . . . . Atlanta, Ga. R. C. Gouriey . . . Clz1'cago,IN. H. Fifth Row P. Graham, Jr. W. Grant, GFA 19 H R. T. E. L. J. R. B. L. Grebinar . E. Gretzinger, E P. Griffin . . . . . E1le'e,N.c, . Waycross, Gai . Bfee1e1ye,N.y. fb E . . Frankfort, Ky.1 . . Decatur, Gai l Sixth Row A . . . . Reme,Ga.i C. Guilford, LD I' A. Guiley, fl? A GJ E. Haile, 2 N . M. Halman, E C. HafriS . . KDE . Sy7vester,Ga. . Cecfartown, Ga. . . LaGrange, Ga. . A tlanta, Ga. ...R THE BLUE lvlfallxll fxfofwf JUNICDRACLASS fj,.f ,..f Frrs t J. S. Harrison, E. N . N. C. Harrison. E A E N. G. Harrison . . F. R. Harsh . . W. V. Hassett . . J. A. Haynes, K A . B. Heaclriclc . . D. A. Henderson, Jr. . Secon J. Henderson, CID A 'QQ H. H. Herring, Jr. . Row cl Row O. M. Hill .... T. L. Hill .... J. E. Hite, KID K Z . . S. N. Holdifch, fb A o J. L. Holley, Jr. . . R. S. Holmes . . . . faclzson,Ga . Atlanta, Ga , Atlanta, Ga. . . Selma,Ala Columbus, Ga . Atlanta, Ga College Park, Ga . Cornelfa, Ga . . Lyons, Ga . Roclzmart, Ga . Atlanta, Ga . . Atlanta, Ga . faclzson, .M7.SS . Atlanta, Ga. . Augusta, Ga. Birmfnglzam, Ala HZ- l 1,-g 'M'-'xli' Y u.f!m!!!l , . ' 'i , Fpfv I 'fflfwrl all A ,N isbyk V Rf ar TXmgLlgA5g1,'Lg it V H .W gf . HLxNiJik:?33wA MAX . Thirdmllmg I. B. Holst, E A E ..... Savannah, Ga. F. Holt, E, A E . . . . Atlanta, Ga. R. E. Hood . . . Atlanta, Ga. D. A. Howarcl . . . . . Gaffney, S. C. M. W. Howard, III ..... Atlanta, Ga. S. Howarcl .... Cumlnerland Gap, Tenn. J. M. Howell . . .... Atlanta, Ga. L. Hubbard ...... Tarrant, Ala. Fourth Row L. E. Hubbell, 2 'IJ E .... Rfclzmoncl, Va. F. R. Hudaclc . . . . . Bayonne, N. A. C. Huclson ...... Atlanta, Ga. M. A. Hudson, 2 N . . . San Antonio, Tex. G. N. Hultzen, A E fll . . New Rochelle, N. Y. F. L. Humphrey, 'IJ A C0 . . Waynesboro, Ga. W. B. Hunt, B GJ H . . . Clermont, Fla. B. L. Hursey . . . . . Aslzev1'lle,N. C. ,., K -fw Z' if' A . M..L , A A F V - 1 --"LK ,. F X 'KRW IM Bfffffffff A HK 1f.fFErrffiW,w we X . ,Frrfy f ,.1'.f,wxx,.A.., .35 w,g.12..,e 'Wi 3 iw-'V L' 'ji 1937 Ffrst Row J. F. Hutchinson, 115 A UD . . . LaGrange, Ga E. W. Irby, 2 CIF E . . Lake Cormorant, M1'ss W. H. James, 2 X . . . Blaclzshear, Ga W. S. James, B K . . . Summervfne, Ga W. R. Jenkins . . . . Scottdale, Ga Second Row C. V. Johnson .... po157arB7uH, M1.SS D. Johnson, CID K E . . . . Atfanta, Ga D. L. Johnson ...... Atlanta, Ga G. Johnson, Jr., 117 K E . . faclzsonvfne, Ffa D. L. Johnson . . . . . Atlanta, Ga Third Row W. B. Johnston, AT Q . . . Savannah, Ga A. E. Jones, A T Q . . . . Macon, Ga W. L. Jones, Jr. . . . . Statesboro, Ga L. K. Jordan, CID A 09 . . . Mont1'ce77o, Ga W. H. Jordan, A T Q . . . Annfston, Afa F0uTfll Row H. B. Karp ....... Atlanta, Ga. W. G. Kirst, Jr., 2 A E . , L1'tt7eR0ck, Ark R . S. Klebold ...... At7anta,Ga. E. W. Klein, CD A 9 ..... Atfanta. Ga M. Konemann, 1192 K . . Columl21'a,S.C. Fifth Row O. H. Lang, KID A 60 ..... M0u7tT7.6, Ga. L. M. Larkin, E N ..... Atlanta, Ga. W. P. Laughton . . West Brfalgewater, Mass P. E. Lealce, H K KID ..... Atfanta, Ga. J. R. Leggett .... . . Atfanta, Ga. Sfxth Row D. M. Leslie ...... Decatur, Ga. A. R. Lewis, H K KID . . . Atlanta, Ga. T. M. Lewis, K A . . . Atfanta, Ga. A. M. Liebler, B 0 TI . . . Atlanta, Ga. D. T. Lively . . . . Alamosa, Colo. -f.Qj,,.,,,.Qwm.,WX THE BLUE PRINT . 1 FNPWW- JUNIQRCLASS ff? - . lFE. f3e A 'A AHL A N 1 A 2 , c Mifvgll' fA2f,X,,!1, V, l r LM arp? 6, H3 Awe' nwffwn. Q 'A Mffw' MM'-952.?.,..L. an - Ffrst Row Th1'rJKRmg H. T. Loehr . . . C. R. Long, EX . E. C. Macoueer. . . R. D. Maddux, ATQ W. H. Malone, A TA E. A. Manetta . . I. H. Mann, Jr., 115507 . . . Secomf Row E. Manning . . . Pafn J.A.Marks. . . . . J. B. Marks, T E fb . . . P. L. Martin, ID A 69 . T. Y. Mason, 2 KD E . . . W. M. Massey, Ir. . . . Atlanta, Ga ' l . h faclzsonvfne, Ky Tampa, Fla B.F.Lopez. . . . . . .GafesMi77s,O Macon, Ga Atlanta, Ga Atlanta, Ga Sylvester, Ga fed post, N. Y. Atlanta, Ga Augusta, Ga . Atfanta, Ga . Rome, Gil . Macon, Ga J.R.Mattl1ew . . . . S1Sr1'ngffe7cf, Mass. E- H. Mattingly . . . . . At7anta.Ga. C. A. Mayhew, E X . . J. H. McClure, CDE K . M. R. McClure . ,. . J. W. McCord, ATSZ . H. D. McDonald, Jr.. KE S. L. McFarland . . . W. N. Mccibony . . R. I. Metcalf .... . . Savannah, Ga . Unfon Cfty, Ga . . Atlanta, Ga . . Macon, Ga Waterville, N. C . Louisville, Ga . . G7'667'LS1707'0, Gil Westminster, Vt Fourth Row W. A. Miller, nb K T . . W. M. Miller, A 2 415 . . C. N. Mills, CIJAGJ . R. A. Mills . . . P. J. Mitchell, Jr. . L. R. Mobley . . . S. V. Montgomery . . H. Moore, Jr., CIPK 2 . River Edge, N. J . Cleburne, Tex . . Griffin, Ga . Cleveland, O . Hampton. Ga . Atlanta, Ga . Atlanta, Ga . Atlanta, Ga First Row W. E. Moore, A 2 113 .... Hartford, Ark W. W. Moore . . . Buchanan, Ga E. Morelli .... . Aftoona, pa H. D. Morgan, K A . . . Rome, Ga J. L. Morrison . . . Atlanta, Ga Second Row G. F. Morton ..... Kansas Cfty, .Mo J. T. Mundy . . . . . Atlanta, Ga A. R. Munn .... . Atlanta, Ga P. Munroe, I A li ..... Quincy, Fla. W. B. Munson, A T S2 . . Denfson, Tex. Third Row H. L. Muris ..... Monterrey,Mex. H. B. Nechemias . . Sf.JOS6f71., Mo. E. L. Neese . . . Greens17oro,N. C. R. M. Nelson . . . Atlanta, Ga. W. L. Netherland . . . Atlanta, Ga. Fourth Row J. R. Neves, Jr., K E . . . Fort Gafnes, Ga. S. Newton, Jr., bl A If . . Sylvania, Ga. J. U. Nixon, A 'I' Q . . . . Augusta, Ga. D. D. O'Brian, H K fl? . . . Doerun, Ga. H. R. O'Brien . . . . Savannah, Ga. Ffftfz Row F. B. O'Nei1, A 'I' S2 .,.. Hartford, Conn. J. N. O'Neil .... . Hartford, Conn. W. A. O'Quinn, E KD E . . . Brunswick, Ga. E. R. Orear ...... Kansas Cfty, Mo. W. Painter, Jr., fb E K . . . Atlanta, Ga. Sixth Row C. B. Palmer, Jr., X fb . . Lawrencevfffe, Va. I. F. Parker .... . Gulfbort, M1'SS. A. W. Parrish . . . Naslwfffe, Tenn. C. R. Parrish . . . East pofnt, Ga. R. L. Parrish . . . As71ev1'77e,N.C. Jumnora QL A F1'TSt Row C. A. Staples .... C. A. Stapleton .... L. A. Stapleton . . E. Stauverman, Ir. . . . D. A. Stevenson, IT Kill . O. E. Stewart . . . W. F. Stolcey, KID K T . H. W. Strlclclancl . . . SZCOHJ Row . Decatur, . Decatur, . Decatur, . Atlanta, M6mbh1'S, T . Atlanta, . Atlanta, Glennvflle, Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. enn. Ga. Ga. Ga. T. D. Strickland, fID A QD .... Atlanta, Ga.. H. L. Stulb, X113 . . . Augusta, Ga. J. H. Summerour . . . . Dulutlz, Ga. C. Swlney . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. E. L. Symms, Jr. . . Asheville, N. C. R. G. Thomas . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. S. B. Thomas .... . Hdf6U1.ll6, Ga. J. W. Thomasen, TI K A . . Plarnvflle, Conn. ilie ? 3 , jr- S S 'L"'j 'V V Llml, I M551 T .M Q -, ZNRQ Mfifxlwygrl be- . 53wAj.JZi'MM Mfk 'sem .ft WRX Third Row H. S. Tolbert, A E KD ..... Atlanta, Ga. L. A. Tolve ....... Atlanta, Ga. I. M. Townsencl, -Tr., II KA . . Atlanta, Ga. E. C. Trammell ..... Hamrlton, Ga. A. Valcles, KID T' A .... Havana, Cuba N. M. Vaughn, A T Q . . Pleasantvflle, N. Y. W. E. Vaughn, Jr. ..... Atlanta, Ga. R. R. Voorheel ..... Holmdel, N. j. Fourtlr, Row G. T. Waite, B 60 IT . . New Yorlz City, N. Y. O A. . Walden ...... Atlanta, Ga. H. E. Watts, Jr. . . . Rfclzmoncl, Va. J. M. Watts . . . West Plafns, Mo. G. H. Weaver . . . . . . Grffqn, Ga. F. K. Webb, A T A . . . Atlanta, Ga. H. G. Webb, fl? A Q . . . West pofnt, Ga. G. H. Wells, K A . . . M1'lledgev1'lle, Ga. ,ff ff .J ...J" ' "-"N-5 lf X lrlffrr . illim'-li,-f!i.fF!'Frfr VWWW1, A KQFFFCIQYLIAF HMA T Newt, eg f . T .J 9 3-7- Fi F. H. Whaley, A T A J. C. Wheeler, K A E. B. White, A T A . R. H. White, Jr. . J. D. Wlmorton, CD F A 7'Sf Row . . New Yorlz Cfty, N. Y . . Murfreesboro, Tenn . . . Wales, Tenn - . Pensacola, Fla . . Decatur, Ga 566071.61 Row J. L. Wiggins . . R. W. Wilhoit . B. S. Williams . H. S. Williams . . L. Williams, IP A C97 . Th S. D. Wills . . . J. E. Wilson . . I. H. Wilson, Ir. . L. P. Wilson . . . . . . Hartsv1'lle, S. C. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Rhine, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. frzf Row . . . . Savannalz, Ga. . . Dallas, Tex. . . . Augusta, Ga. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. J. E. Woocl, Jr., 111 PA . . plz1'laLle!gSlz1'a, penn. Fourtll Row J. H. Woodall, ATS2 o. A. wright, A 2 fp J. R. Wyant, X fl? . F. Young, E A E . B. D. Zakheim . . . . . Woodland, Ga. . . . Houston, Tex. . Atlanta, Ga. . Bemis, Tenn. . Atlanta, Ga. I-IE BLUE PRINT ,f'N A iam.-- iiiffll wif, WFT?"- P R E J U N I 0 R C L A S S - i'fF1r'wFVs5Elwplf , -9 'I .9 his X -173-4 ff 753Mf'M'w' Movfi-l.,.yf J. C. Abrams, Jr H. W. Adams R. L. Adams . H. S. Bancly . I. Barnett . . R. Boote, ll K J. J. Boyd . . D. A. Bragg, Jr. T. F. Brinson . H. E. Broward . A. M. Brown . First Row 58007111 Row . Savannah, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . LaGrange, Ga. Washington, D. C. . . Atlanta, Ga. jacksonville, Fla. . Fairbarn, Ga. . East Pofnt, Ga. . C07u771I7uS, Gil. JClCkSO71-'U1-H6, Fld. . Azalea, N. C. J. W. Brown, Jr., A E fl' . . . Lynchburg, Va. V. D. Campbell . . . . Roclzmart, Ga. R. E. Chan .... . Savannah, Ga. W. S. Cox ..... . Canton, Ga. C. F. Crumbley, .3 E 411 . . Atlanta, Ga. H. Crumly . J. K. Dillard, Jr. J. F. Dillon, Jr. T. W. Dillon . J. T. Duggan . R. C. Durgan . J. T. Elder . E P. . Everett D. G. Ewen, K E H. C. Felsher . R. E. Fields . A. T. Flynt . E. R. Flynt . E. V. Fontaine . L. Gaissert . W. M. Goodman Nw' nv-f-"T NNW K xx Thfrcf Row X Birmingham, Ala. Westm1'nster, S. C. . Savannah, Ga. . Savannah, Ga. . Warthen, Ga. . Savannah, Ga. . McRae, Ga. . . Miami, Fla. . Lyman, S. C . Brooklyn, N. Y Society H177, S. C . . Sparta, Ga . . Sparta, Ga . Broofzlet, Ga . . Grfffn, Ga Memph1's, Tenn. ji! xxx' . fl!-I ,. .7 -. --f-L+ f' F of f .1 wXxf.N... V' 'ul rm, X ll Errxffffrr W l,fMf f,Q1.VFFrfff W ,fw ,AFM V .LEA Mm x,' fh V N left. 4. 3 -u L1 if EAW!- .H17 jx . ...M 4:61,-.4"' yx 1 T937 Ffrst Row B. S. Goodwin .... St.Augustfne, Fla G. L. Gunn . . . . Crawforclvflle, Ga W. D. Hall, Jr., K E . . . Atlanta, Ga P. Hammond . . . Barnesvifle Ga L. Hannon, Jr. . . . . Atco Ga J. W. R. Harris G R K R. S. H C. R. T. T. B. I. J. S M. Harmon . O. Haskell, ., L. Hearn . . D. Henry . . Third Row Herring, Jr., B K G. Heycey . . H. Hudson . E. Johnson . L. Johnson . Fourth Row W. Kerby . . E. Lane . . Lelglltrnan . J. Lennlnger . K. Levie, Jr. . Fifth Row 60071.11 Row . . . . Swafnsboro, . . . Macon, . . . . . T11omasv1'He, Ir BK . . . N.Macon, Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. . . Cassandra, Ga. . Savannah, Ga. . Bayonne, N. . Macon, Ga. . Senofa, Ga. . . Rome, Ga. . Waycross, Ga. . Roclzmart, Ga. Memph1's, Tenn. . Atlanta, Ga. Montezuma, Ga. G. H. McBride. Jr., B K .... Lyons, Ga. G. E. McKinney ...... Tamfna, Fla. N. G. McLean, A T A . . Mem1Sh1's, Tenn. C. E. Miller, Jr. . . . . Tarnba, Fla. M. G. Mitchell, K A . . Quftman, Ga. Sfxth Row D. Moss ....... W. B. Munson, A T Q . . . G. E. Murray . . K. Nagai . . . C. M. Neal., 'ID K 2 Sugar Valley, Ga. . Denfson, Tex. . Bessemer, Ala. . Orange, Tex. Columbus, Ga. TI-IE ELUE PRINT KNAW l iffv ' 'N izio f, A - 5"'f 'S Vlyh, R E- J U N I 0 12 C5 A S 5 wnmrslfliwff V ritz., all L MX'-fail JL 'if Q ,. will Amliwffd First Row Tlzfrd Eg T. S. Oliver, Jr. . .... Atlanta, Ga. F. S. Osborne, Jr. . . Columbia, Tenn. G. H. Peavy . . . . . Byron, Ga. C. S. Perry . M. Post . . G. E. Prahl . . . W1'nder, Ga. . . . Tampa, Fla. . . . . fasfer, Ala. J. T. Richardson . . . Honey Grove, Tex S. Rosofsky .... J. Ryscuclc . T. E. Sheridan F. R. Short . M. R. Siegel, T C. C. Smith, Jr K. B. Smith . 56607111 Row New Yorlz Cfty, N. Y . . . . Camden, N. Y . . . Bessemer, Ala . . . . . Tampa, Fla E CII ..... Decatur, Ga . . . . Slzellnyvflle, Tenn . . . . Mar1'etta,Ga. n S. D. Smith . . W. R. Stevens. A J. A. Swint . . C. B. Thomas . R. F. Tillman . W. F. Tufts . G E faclzsonville, Fla. E. KID . . Old H1'clzory, Tenn. . . Von Hofe .... J L. A. Wagnon . J. H. Walker . F. T. Waltermire C. H. Williams C. R. Wolff . J. K. Wolford . W. F. Ziegler Fourtlz Row Orchard Hill, Ga. . Decatur, Ga . Carrollton, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. olznson Cfty, Tenn. . Quftman, Ga . HagSev1'lle, Ga . . Peoria, Ill . . M7.dm7., Fla . Waycross, Ga . Bristol, Tenn College Parlz, Ga ' 1-xT?i . fy. 6264? BOB ANDERSON Q46 SQPHQMQRE CLASS Presfcfent G. B. SMITH Vfce-president W. G. THRASH S6C7'6tQ7'y and Treasurer A ' VA il EORGE S HIS' G i 5 Hn Ak Y 5 'J f'5if5,e?g'QmX Wm GAY THRASH sopva o Ffrst Row S. O. Addison F. L. Alexander W. P. Addison, Jr. J. A. Alexander J. B. Addy, KIDA G W. Alfriend, Jr., K A Second Row R. W. Allison, H K 41? L. F. Anderson, Jr., A E QI? B. R. Alsolaroolq, 0 X R. E. Anderson, 115 A QD A. Ameen E. O. Andrews Third Row H. Bailey W. P. Baker C. F. Baker P. P. Ballas, II K A C. F. Balcer, Jr., A 2 CID A. W. Bayliss, X KI' Fourth Row W. H. Beers, A 2 KID R. P. Bernlmardt R. G. Bel1m R. M. Berry C. L. Belcher, Jr. T. Berry, K A Ffftlz Row G. C. Bestor, X NI! R. Bisl-nop M. K. Bethune, K A H. B. Blum L. E. Binion W. M. Bolton Sixth Row L. C. Broolcs, Jr., 113 I' A R. W. Boyd M. Borges, Jr. A. Bradshaw J. P. Bowden G. Branagan Seventh Row R. L. Brandon A. Bretz T. E. Braswell H. T. Bridges J. Braun N. H. Brisendine Efghth Row H. W. Bronson, Jr. K. S. Brown I. L. Brooks, Jr., 113' A 0 A. W. Browning J. R. Brown, CIP I' A I. Bull, Jr., 111 1' A N1'nth Row R. Bull, fl? 1' A D. P. Butler M. H. Burroughs, A T Q D. Butler, F. X F. E. Buslnee R. H. Byers Tenth Row H. W. Bynum, A T Q M. T. Campen, 2 A E F. E. Bysfxeld W. F. Cappleman R. E. Camp, K E C. Carnes X! 'fx F Fr N' f , fi '1 liey ' F V '. Wfi. EEILLLQAQF 1" f if 5 1.2 5 r x ,.,' 1 fw , NUMB 1 .lf JV. fx. M CD R E S First Row J. H. Carpenter., Q 2 K C. B. Cauble R. E. Carpenter D. E. Cavenaugh, K 2 M. A. Cason E. Chapman Second Row J. S. Cheek W. A. Childs, Jr. J. W. Cheney T. R. Christian T. L. Chester H. N. Churchman Third Row E. W. Clark R. S. Clinkscales., B 0 H M. R. Clark, Q 2 K H. E. Cobb R. E. Clarson C. Coe., A 2 Q Fourth Row J. A. Cooper, A T A T. Cosby R. L. Cornell, Jr.. II K A P. F. Cosgrove J. E. Corr W. F. Cox, Jr. Fifth Row W. S. Cox, III E. A. Crawford W. G. Coyle, Jr. L. D. Crockett, E A E J. E. Craig, A T A C. Crommelin, X Q Sixth Row G. L. Cross W. Curry G. A. Crowder R. Cushing' J. B. Curley T. J. Daber Seventh Row W. C. Dabney, Jr., XQ M. N. Dasher P. A. Dauis. A T A L. Daughtry, B Q II H. Daniell L. C. Daughtry Eighth Row J. R. Dawsey F. deCastro J. D. Dean L. P. decive. XQ J. A. deCarcIenas P. D. DeWitt, X Q Nfnth Row W. Dodds H. A. Dowling S. W. Doe. 2 A E Drew T. E. Doster, K 21 H. C. Dunson., Q A GJ Tenth Row D. H. Dupree A. G. Edwards, A T Q D. R. Eastman, Jr., X Q L. Edwards. Jr., Q A C9 L. D. Ecker, CD E II I. B. Elrod, Jr. N w.,,,,,,. .X 1 X33 i 'Wg ,.mKx'1i13biXHJ Mf g 1117 eg f"vx,, 1r"D"N"5f-are 1155 NHVNNNLM I' 311 3 ' 1 QQ' ,KN .x,,e. X S CD I3 H CD R. O. Elrod First Row P. H. Evans J. I. Elston, Jr., CIP 1-'A H. K. Faber C. B. Estes, Jr. J. D. Falk, to X L. G. Faircloth SECOVLLJ Row P. B. Ford, Jr. J. B. Fallcs M. V. Fisher, X Nl' J. C. Farris D. V. Fletcller Third Row C. M. Flynt, K A H. Foster, Jr. M. M. Forester G. L. Fox W. Fort M. A. Franca, '09 X Fourth Row F. A. Fraser, Jr., B K H. Freedman, T E lb W. R. Frederick R. Freeman, Jr. W. E. Fredericlcs, fl? K T R. A. Fry, fIP 1' A Fifth Row W. L. Fulton M. Gadclis T. M. Furlow, E A E A. Garcia-Tunon W. P. Gadcl A. B. Gay Sixth Row L. D. Geiger W. C. Gibson, K E E. G. Gruters H. M. Gibbons H. R. Gilliland C. L. Gilmer A. C. Givens, A H. B. Grace D. A. Graham W. F. Gray T. Grogan 22119 F. D. Grossman, T E H. M. Giges, fb E ll J. B. Gillenwater Seventh Row D. Goldstein, CIP E ll H. B. Goldstein, 'I' E 411 J. H. Goodgame Eigln sh Row E. L. Green J. W. Greene, 2 A E R. M. Griffin, Ir. Ninth Row R. E. Guerin fb K. Hailey, X ll! W. C. Grubb E. W. Hall Tenth Row W. T. Hall H. H. Hargrett, X 119 I. W. Hammond D. E. Harriman, Jr. J. R. Hammond, Jr., .3 I CID L. Harris, Jr. f .wwf ffl? G' ff' HW WYMGJZ L-effgdgfi ?j5w"J"d'lNmf"- ' PUT fav, E K fl . . X M CD I2 E J. W. D. Harvey, X 'D R. E. L. Hayes, A E ill W. A. Hasty, K A R. F. Head, Jr., X CIP J. H. Hayes W. Heatwole Second Row I. H. Helsdon, A E CD H. J. Hill W. W. Henderson, E A Ii Hilley H. C. Hill B. W. Hinton, A T S2 Third Row I. Hoffer, Jr. R. G. Holland M. E. Hoffman, 'I' E KID B. Hollis W. Hogan, E N H. H. Hooker Fourth Row A. R. Hooks, Jr., II K fll R. K. Howell, II K CIF I. Hornstein W. W. Howie, I5 00 II E. C. Horton, II K A T. Hughes Fifth Row H. H. Hunt H. G. Hutchinson, Jr., J. C. Hunter, Jr., fl? A 00 W. H. Hutchinson H. I'IutcI'1inS G. Huth Sixth Row W. G. Ingram, CIP K 'I' C. Jacobs, B 00 II E. B. Irwin, 21 A IC W. S. Jacobs, A 'I' SZ T. Irwin H. Jeffcoat, Jr. Seventh Row H. I. Jehan E. F. Jiminez H. F. Jenlcins L. Johnson, B K J. W. Jenkins L. R. Johnson Efghtiz Row R. W. Johnson W. M. Johnston R. T. Johnson, A 'I' A C. H. Jones, Jr., K A W. B. Johnson, A 'I' A F. C. Jones, II K A .Ninth Row T. R. Jones, A 'I' SZ H. Kendall, 'IP E K J. A. Keller T. Kendrick, 22 QD Ii J. C. Kelly, ls co II C. F. Kem, II K fp Tenth Row H. Lange J. W. Largen I.. Lawrence, 09 X S. Kesler C. D. Kitchens, 'IH K 'I' V. C. Krause if-I :ii Q . ' 'U A" "W lffilm' mail Muff Nw I"'Afq rt Wi? ' 1 E rf-aulf N 'U V, 'M ' X Aifb S CD P l-I CD F. Lawton B. H. Lee C. S. LeC1-aw E. W. Lee A. B. Lee, Ir. R. E. Lee Seconcl Row W. C. Lee, Jr., A TA R. B. Levin, KID E II W. G.'Lee, Ir., K A H. H. Lilalne M. F. Legg, E A E C. P. Linclsay Tlzfrcl Row C. V. Link G. K. Lott W. C. Littlefield H. L. Lowry W. F. Long C. R. Luncly Fourth Row T. Maddux, Jr. H. B. lVlarlJut T. M. Manley W. E. Marshall, Jr., B K J. L. Mann, 2 N B. A. Martin Ffffl. Row G. A. Martin, A T Q C. Mathews, X YP H. W. Martin D. Mcclearen, KID K 2 H. M. Marx H. L. McCommon Sixth Row W. C. McConnell H. Mccrann, fb 2 K C. Nlccuelmee, E A E G. H. McKee B. F. Mccinney, KID I1 A E. McKinney Seventh Row W. McLarty, K 2 D. M. McRae H. H. McLauchlin F. McVeigh, A E 119 O. B. McMichael, Jr. R. M. Miliam Efgfztln Row C. D. Miller W. W. Mitchell E. K. Miller, Jr., B 03 H B. W. Molle C. A. Mion, 2 X F. R. Montgomery, H K KD .Ninth Row J. P. Moore, B G9 H H. G. Morgan R. E. Moore V. W. Mourning R. P. Moore, fl? 2 K D. Munforcl, E. A E Tenth Row R. W. Murphy, 2 A E N. Napier, 2 119 E W. Musgrave E. V. Naylaor M. S. Najjar H. A. Neal X UCIEE F K F ll qt gfr W W - 22 llgttii M" P sf 5 A f fn 5 Ml run! , ' li K ,WN ,J A. f M O I2 E S First Row H. B. Neal H. B. Nelson. 2 A E R. M. Neil. B K H. M. Newell W. V. Neisius, 2 QI? E W. Newton Second Row D. Niclcell V. Norton EN D. L. F. W. Nicholson, L. H. Nolan Third Row P. S. Nurko T. A. B. O'Hara, B K C. F. O'Sl-lea Newell W. I. Nunnelee. Jr. Osieclci, CID K E R. Osmalov, T E KD R. H. Oster Fourth Row R. O'Too1e W. E. Paris 1 W. B. Owens T. Pate A Pace C. Patton Fifth Row E. Pearson L. B. Petry G. G. Peek H. Phillips, A E CD C. E. Person E. H. Pitman Sixth Row C. H. Pitts H. E. Porter R. A. Ponce cle Leon P. M. Potter, X NI' W. M. Pope. Jr.. H K 417 E. A. Powell. Jr., B GJ ll Seventh Row W. K. Pranlce., A 2 fl? N. V. Pulignano, YI? K T J. B. Press., T E KID L. H. Raines H. Printup H. W. Rainey. Jr., CID A GJ Eighth Row J. W. Ralls W. B. Reed. K 2 V. D. Ramseur. Jr. C. Rhodes. Jr., 2 A E A. C. Reed., Jr. W. R. Rice. A T Q Ninth Row W. M. Ricliarclson, B Q H W. Rimmer. CIP A GJ G . T. Riclcett. '19 A G C. C. Ripplaerger R. L. Ridley A. Roach Tenth Row C. S. Roach. H K KID O. A. Rodriguez-Jorge R. E. Roberts, B K A. L. Rogers S. G. Robertson, Jr. A. W. Rose Sight Fx ' Tiliij W ,W Nl.4l11113V'x7 ,ll . 1s MMM w-JQQLK , , PM ji WLWMNH tg? 1 " HL Ii if-.AJ 1-4 N xuox .wk ' X S CD P I-I CD L. Rosenberg A. G. Rossow J. Rountree W. C. G. Saeniafl A. A. Salcedo H First Row W. Rountree, K A f D. L. Russell, Jr., H K A J. Russo SZCOHCZ Row J. R. Sayre, A 2 113 M. Scavens, H K A . Saminsliy, 'l' E fb C. Schenclc Thfrd Row R. F. Schilclgen, Il K .X O. Scott L. A. Schlapfer R. L. Seay, A T Q J. L. Schwartz, 'IP E II D. See Fourth Row F. S. Sessoms R., F. Sewell J. R. Seydel, E X R. O. Shropshire W. Shuman L. N. Silver B. Smith, 2 N D S I. D. Shafer R. L. Shepard, 111 I' A C. R. Shoemaker, KID 2 K Fffth Row J. W. Simms, X KID F. J. Skunclale J. S. Slicer, Ir. Sixth Row G. B. Smith, A T Q . E. mith, A E CD G. E. Smith, KD 5. K E. W. Smith, Jr., I A E W. M. Smith M. B. Snipes S. A. Sohredo B. C. Speers J. A. Stapleton W. Stevens J. F. Stone Seventh Row W. C. Sperry H. D. Spratlin I. A. Stanton, III Eighth Raw S. A. Stone, E N W. D. Stroud J. sulzbachcr, J.-. .Ninth Row E. B. Sutton, Jr., 111.509 I. Tcat G. M. Sutton, Jr. J. D. Tennlson, Ir., E A E J. M. Teague, X fl? M. Thomas Tenth Row R. S. Thomas W. G. Thrash, CII A 00 J. C. Thomson, K A H. C. Tilforcl, 2 A E L. F. Thornton, A 'I' SZ T. W. Tlllery, E X I , X ff gi' Fr S V" ,, F ' F r .3 sz fy f if 3 Wg LEM ioillllffef S f Vx N! f M C R E S First Raw H. P. Tilly P. E. Todd, to X S. P. Timberlake F. M. Tolin, A E KID R. L. Tindon, Jr. R. B. Tolin, A 2 LID Second Row A. Toney E. Troutman M. Townsend, B K M. Tuliy W. P. Trammell I. B. Tullis Third Row C. H. Turner J. A. Verdi C. P. Turner, Jr. W. A. Verlancler G. R. Vanden Heuvel C. M. Villanueva Fourth Row E. M. Vinson A. Waltman, B Q9 H A C. G. Voorlmis, 417 A Q0 C. E. Warclle J. L. Walker, Jr. W. J. Warnock Fifth Row D. C. Watkins, H K KID G. W. Weaver A. C. Watson H. Weaver R. L.iWatson H. M. Webb Sixth Row D. Wel:-ster E. M. Wlielay, 111 1' A E. B. Welch, Ir. A. B. White W. A. West, GJ X J. White Seventh Row R. I. White, GJ X R. A. Wilder L. P. Wicker, Jr. L. Wilkins A. L. Wilcox, E A E B. W. Williams Eighth Row D. E. Williams E. G. Wilson, Jr., CID E K R. B. Williams, H K fl? W. T. Winn ' D. B. Williamson H. Winsliip, Jr. Ninth Row L. A. Wolf, 1D F A R. O. Worrell T. S. Womack, E CID E H. Wright L. R. Woociwortlm, 'KID P A M. O. Wright, 11? A C0 Tenth Row W. K. Wriglit, B K A. M. Yopp J. F. Wyatt, B 0 II S. Yalnrow W. H. Ziegler T. X, 'T 1133 1s nl li ,All xi W w !.,11 qwxx ,mia wa frJvXNx'L r55P 'rxxcwgvvvx-T if-if ff.. is xxxow I Nw x 'N A. P. Yundt, A 'I' S2 ju . fi? 746 FRESHMAN CLASS W. R. BEARD President C. N. MAYO Vice-presfdent J. W. DARBY ' Secretary and Treasurer ROANE BEARD E if 'x fig? -3. 0 CHARLES MAY ,J M fn-1Ns,,,.4NJ,,gX JACK DARBY T ,A ' F1'rstR0w A. L. Ablslaiman . . . R. Abreu . . . S. Adams . . . R. C. Aelaersolcl . . . R. R. Aguirre . . . J. C. Alban . . . J. Albert . . . W. W. Albury . . . R. C. Alexander . . . G. I. Allen . . . J. P. Allio . . . P. E. Almand. 580011.61 Row A. M. Anderson . . . G. F. Anderson . . . G. S. Anderson . . . J. E. AI'ld6l'S0n . . . R. C. Ander- son . . . W. B. Ashby . . . J. M. Averill . . . D. A. Ayres . . . D. F. Bachler . . . C. Bagwell. Jr .... R. E. Bailey . . . J. M. Baker. Th1'roZRow J. Ballirano . . . E. G. Bandy . . . Carl Banlcston . . . Clyde Banlcston . . . W. L. Barefoot . . . T. T. Barrett . . . F. Bass . . . C. H. Bates . . . R. Baxter . . . T. Bayer . . . W. R. Beard . . . C. E. Bearden. Fourth Row U A A J. C. Beasley . . . R. E. Beers . . . P. Bel1en . . . W. F. Bennett . . . Nl. L. Berry . . . M. Beutell. Ir .... M. R. Blnns . . . W. Birdsall . . . W. R. Bishop, ,lr .... H. S. Blaclc . . . M. W. Blumberg . . . R. E. Boblnitt. F1'frhRow H. S. Boling . . . L. C. Bonlcemeyer . . . R. H. Bonn . . . C. D. Boolcer . . . M. P. Boolcer . . . R. A. Booth . . . A. J. Borrell . . . H. Boswell . . . W. C. Boswell . . . H. Both . . . F. N. Bowden . . . C. E. Brandon. Sixth Row . L. E. Brannen . . . V. Brast . . . C. B. Bray . . . R. H. Bretz . . . C. I. Broolcer, Jr. . . . E. E. Brooks . . . T. P. Brooks . . . B. B. Brown . . . E. A. Brown . . . J. R. Brown . . . H. S. Bryson . . . E. S. Buchanan. 1937 PRES!-IMAN CLASS o Ffrst Row G. F. Bunn, Jr. . . . J. Burgess . . . T. E. Burke . . . G. B. Burlchalter . . . J. D. Burns . . . F. M. Burt . . . P. R. Bynum . . . T. N. Callaway . . . F. E. Camp . . . L. S. Cantu . . . R. A. Carl . . . L. L. Carr. Second Row E. W. Cate . . . R. Chancellor . . . R. K. Chandler . . . D. Cheatwood . . . R. C. Cheek . . . W. Cherry . . . M. G. Christopher . . . H. H. Christy . . . C. Chunn . . . P. Clay . . . J. T. Cleclcley, Jr .... E. L. Coaleon. Third Row D. D. Cochran . . . R. T. Coffer . . . F. J. Coffey . . . H. Cohen . . . R. G. Cohn . . . H. L. Coker . . . J. E. Coleman . . . J. M. Collins . . . J. W. Collins . . . H. H. Colvard . . . W. O. Colvin . . . J. G. Condon. Fourth Row W. R. Conley . . . A. H. Cooper . . . M. W. Cooper . . . H. M. Conway . . . W. R. Coeper . . W. W. Cotten . . . C. C. Courtney . . . R. M. Cox . . . W. C. Cromer . . . R. H. Crosshelcl . . R. M. Crumley . . . R. L. Culpepper. Fifth Row P. D. Cunningham . . . W. G. Cunningham . . . R. Dames . . . A. Daniel . . . W. Darby . . . M. B. Davenport . . . L. E. Davis . . . S.L.Davis. . .T.O.Day . . .T.C.Dean . . . R. M. De Castro . . . L. Deixler. ' Sixth Row F. P. Dinsmore . . . B. R. Dodson . . . W. F. Dowie . . . J. H. Dukes . . . H. H. Dunbar . . . J. R. Dunson, Jr .... J. C. Durden . . . M. R. Dueenberry . . . H. A. Dye . . . A. C. Dykes, Jr. . . . O. J. Dykes, Jr. . . . J. R. Dzomba. First Row R.W.Eckis. . Ector. . .G.En1oe. . .R.H.Erwln. . .W.R.Estes. . .W P Eveland . . . W. H. Evins . . . H. L. Ewing . . . S. B. Ezell . . . D. Falk . . . G. W. Fambro . . . M. B. Fannon. 8600713 Row M. O. Farmer . . . I. E. Faw, Ir. . . . J. H. Ferguson . . . C. C. Fernandez . . . F. V. Ferrer . . . O. D. Few . . . H. T. Fisher . . . M. Fitch . . . C. D. Flanigen . . . H. A. Flemister . G. Flournoy . . . G. W. Flowers. Tlzfrcf Row G. P. Foote . . . G. P. Forcl . . . C. Ford . . . W. Forsythe . . . M. Fortner . . . J W Fowler . . . A. T. Fravega . . . H. Freeman, Jr .... R. D. Frey . . . H. Frierson . . . T Fry, Jr .... W. Fryer, Jr. Fourth Row H. K. Fuller . . . F. B. Gailey . . . J. G. Gaines . . . I. D. Gainey . . . T. R. Gale . . . F Gardner. Jr .... T. E. Garner . . . O. J. Garrarcl . . . L. L. Gaubis . . . L. B. Gay . . . A I Gegan . . . Gennari. ' Ffftfz Row H. C. Gheesling' . . . R. W. Gilaeling' . . . E. R. Gillon . J. W. Golclsmith . . . R. C. Gonzalez . . . R. Gordon . T. K. Green, Jr .... S. R. Greenberg. Sfxtlz Raw F. H. Greene . . . H. T. Greene . . . M. Gresham . M. E. Groover . . . W. E. Gregory . . . E. C. Gwaltney . . . M. C. Hageny . . . R. S. Haggart, Jr. J. Gilmore, Jr .... M. Golclgfar . A. R. Gorman . . . T. Green . W. Griffin . . . A. L. Grogan . . . . R. Haeger . . . A. Hagedorn 1937 FRESHMAN CLASS o First Row N. W. Hagood, Jr .... S. C. Hale . . . B. Hall . . . W. C. Hames . . . B. Hamil . . . S. Hamilton . . . M. H. Hammett . . . C. E. Hammond . . . E. E. Hara . . G.S.Harben . . . I. Harrell, Jr .... G. B. Harris. Second Row H. B. Harris . . . D. F. Harrison . . . D. A. Hart . . . A. W. Harwell . . . E. A. Hayes . W. H. Haymans . . . H. S. Hays . . . F. A. Head . . . W. H. Heffernan . . . E. W. Helm . . . C. T. Henley . . . A. M. Herron. Third Row W. J. Hieklin . . . J. S. Higgin . . . O. N. Hill . . . R. A. Hill . . . J. V. Hogg . . . N. L. Hol- land . . . W. J. Holland . . . A. K. Holloway . . . J. C. Holloway . . . L. G. Holt . . . J. H. Hooker, Jr .... W. B. Houseal. Fourth Row W. H. Howland . . . G. D. Hoyt . . I. W. E. Huckabee. Jr .... R. H. Hudson . . . A. B. Huff . . .H.S.Huggins. . .E.L.Huie. . .A.S.Hume. . .W.H.Hunter. . .F.lrons. . . R. L. Ison . . . C. E. Ivey. Fifth Row J. R. Ivey . . . W. J. Jacob . . . T. R. Jacobs . . . W. E. Jamison . . . O. A. Jared . . . W. J. Jeffcott . . . W. F. Jenkins . . . W. W. Jennings . . . A. S. Johnson . . . E. D. Johnson . . . R. A. Johnson. Jr .... R. W. Johnson. S1'xt11Row C. M. Johnston . . . E. D. Johnston . . . H. B. Johnston . . . C. M. Jones . . . E. L. Jones . . . J. E. Jones . . . H.Jones.,Jr .... R. W. Jones . . . H. S. Jorclan . . . L. L. Joslin . . . W. P. Kauffman . . . S. L. K. Kay. F1'rstRow F. Kelly . . . R. T. Kemper . . . W. D. Kerlvy . . . E. Kerr . . . R. M. Kessler . . . C. F. Ketcluey . . . G. Kimerlingf . . . King . . . A. E. Kirstein . . . E. B. Kneisel . . . D. R. Krauss . . . O. E. Krauss. Second Row E. T. Kreidler . . . A. B. Kruvant . . . I. G. Kwileoki . . . J. Lacerenza . . . D. E. Lackey . . J. Lamlaerti . . . N. E. Lane . . . H. LaRocl1e . . . B. Laseter . . . B. Lawrence . I. P. Ledusky . . . I. W. Lemon. Third Row W. F. Letson . . . A. C. Lett . . . M. Lev . . . E. E. Livingston . . . E. Loclcery . . . L. D. Loclcery . . . W. S. Loclcman . . . L. A. Lomlaana . . . C. T. Lomlaarclo . . . E. A. Longa . . . S. A. Luneeford . . . R. G. Lyle. Fourth Row 1.1. Lyndon . . . C. D. Mabry . . . A. H. MacDonell, Ir. . . . F. G. MacFarlane . . . D. I. Mac- Intyre . . . R. MacPherson, II . . . W. C. Mahoney, Jr .... I. D. Makredis . . . A. F. Mallory . . . J. C. Malone . . . R. H. Malone, Jr .... M. H. H. Manley. Fifth Row S. W. Manry . . . W. F. Manry . . . W. F. Marnie, Jr .... 1.1. Manzanilla . . . L. F. Marlin . . . C. N. Martin . . . R. P. Martin . . . R. Martinson . . . L M. Massey . . . T. M. Matthews . . . A. L. Maxwell . . . C. N. Mayo. S1'xthRow J. B. Mayo . . . T. H. McCamy . . . E. D. McDaniel . . . C. M. McDonald . . . J. F. Mclntyre . . . E. W. McPherson . . . J. C. Merrill . . , R. S. Michael . . . M. H. Millard . . . F. D. Miller . . . R. M. Millioan . . . B. B. Mitchell. 1937 FRESHM F1'rstRow R. Mobley . . . H. C. Moore . . . L. A. Morales . . . C. M. Morris . . H. P. Morris . . . N. W. Moss . . . D. Motlow . . . W. B. Munroe . . . D. Munter . . . R. S. Murphey . . . F. M. Murphy . . . G. P. Murray, Jr. Second Row J. M. Muse . . . C. F. Myers . . . L. M. Neely . . . R. H. Nesbitt . . . E. Nettles . . . R. M. Norman . . . W. E. Norris . . . L. Nunes . . . R. A. Oguendo . . . A. C. Ormond . . . R. C. Orrin . . . R. S. Overstreet. Third Row R. R. Owens . . . S. F. Padgett . . . W. Pafford . . . A. Page . . . E. Pagelsen . . . M. Paine . . . T. W. Paine . . . T. H. Parham, Jr. . . . O. E. parks . . . F. W. Parnelle . . . B. Peeples . . . C. E. Pennington, Jr. Fourth Row W. S. Perego . . . T. Perry . . . C. P. Peters . . . F. L. Peters . . C. D. Petty . . . W. E. Petway . . . G. W. Phillips . . . F. Picco . . . B. Pignona . . . T. S. Plppen . . . M. R. Plaxco . . . F. H. Powell, Jr. Fffth Row W. E. Powell . . . E. W. Prendergast . . . H. Prichard . . . R. W. Pries . . . D. Proctor . . . S. G. Pryor . . . A. E. Raettig . . . G. Ramirez . . . E. M. Ransom . . . B. W. Ravenel. Jr .... R. L. Reilly . . . C. P. Richards. Sixth Row E. B. Richardson . . . T. Riclcs . . . F. M. Ripley . . . A. Roach . . . D. G. Roane . . . H. Robbins . . . L. S. Roberts . . . R. G. Roberts . . . R. H. Roberts . . . R. L. Roland . . . R. W. Ross, Jr .... R. E. Ross, Jr. AN CLASS 0 F1'rstRow J. C. Roy . . . N. G. Rubin . . . R. M. Ruddell . . . C. K. Ruse . . . J. S. Ryan . . . F. P. Ryan . . . T. F. Saffold . . . W. T. Sams . . . D. W. Sanders . . . F. A. San Juan . . . C. R. Sawyer . . . E. L. Scanling. Second Row G. S. Scaruelis . . . B. M. Sclmmitter . . . W. M. Scliotanus . . . M. Sclmreecier . . . W. B. Schreecler . . . F. Scruggs . . . W. B. Seale . . . B. E. Segall . . . M. Sena . . . L. A. Sliearouse . . . H. Slierertz . . . M. H. Sherrill. Third Row W. L. Shipman . . . C. C. Shoaf . . . F. O. Shoemaker . . . W. H. Shumaker . . . E. B. Shutze . . . T. E. Sliutze . . . O. Simmons . . . A. H. Small . . . B. W. Smith . . . H. D. Smith . . . H. V. Smith . . . H. W. Smith, Jr. Fourth Row I. P. Smith . . . L. M. Smith . . . R. W. Smith . . . R. F. Smith . . . S. T. Smith . . . B. R. Snooks . . . H. Spessarcl . . . R. E. Steele . . . E. H. Stewart.,Jr .... R. S. Stewart . . . R. D. Stickles . . . A. Strickland. ' Fifth Row F. E. Strickland . . . R. Strickland . . . R. Strickland, Jr .... W. T. Stuart . . . B. Stub- bins . . . R. Sturgis . . . A. Sturm . . . W. L. Sullivan . . . M. C. Sutton . . . M. Swartz, Jr . . . D. Swift . . . L. Taaffe. 51'xfl1ROw T. P. Talley . . . R. M. Tanner . . . A. L. Tartaglia . . . P. E. Tarte . . . W. F. Tasker . . . J. G. Taylor . . . R. L.Terre11, Jr. . . . D. H. Thompson . . . R. S. Thompson . . . Q. R. Thom- son . . . O. Thornton . . . R. B. Toy. 1937 FRESHMAN CLASS F 1'rst Row J. E. Treadway . . . W. D. Trimpi . . . J. I. Trussell . . . I. T. Tucker . . . I. Tumlin . . . R. W. Turnbull . . . D. B. Turner . . . H. H. Turner . . . J. W. Usry. 366071-CZ Row O. E. Valdes . . . H. H. Van Buren . . . Vance . . . B. K. Vaughan . . . A. E. Villagelio . . . T. Vinoenzi . . . L. Vineyard . . . R. V. Waldron . . . H. Walker. 771-1.Td Row A. M. Ward . . . W. C. Ward, Ir. . . . W. A. Ware . . . R. B. Warnock . . . F. B. Waters, Jr .... H. D. Watkins . . . J. A. Webb . . . R. C. Webb . . . T. Weisliaupt. Fourth Row E. Tuhy . . Tyler . . . L. W. Veatch Walker . . . T. N. Warren R. Webster .J.T I-LW JW' R. M. Welcli . . . E. B. Wentworth . . . E. P. Wesley . . . W. B. Westbrook . . . H. T. Whitaker . . . Whitaker . . . P. Wl1ite,Jr .... White . . . R. L. Wilburn . . . M. Williams . . . J. B. Williamson. F ifth Row N. M. Williamson . . . W. P. Willis . . . C. L. Wilmot . . . Y. Wilson, Jr .... F. Wilson . . . W. H. Wilson . . . K. H. Wincey . . . W. F. Winecoff . . . L. T. Winn . . . A. B. Winter . . . C. R. Wood. Sixth Row W. B. Wood . . . R. J. Woodall . . . W. W. Woods . . . G. A. Wright . . . W. G. Wrigley . . . T. B. Wyatt . . . O. L. Young . . . N. A. Zamborsky . . . M. M. Zemek . . . D. Zimmerman. Jr w . . . C. W. Zylinsky. N PXP afamluq K -- ' fi' axonal ide Left. top to bottom: Freshman Pajama Contest at the Naval Armory. . . . Billy Carver and Steve Hall clirectfng the Thanksgiving Day Cake Race. . . . Leo Spencer, Bull Dog prexy, in charge of the Cake Race .,.. Contestants lined up for the starting gun. . . . Chi Psi entry in the uRam- blin' Wreck" Contest. funn A or Lunch hour rush at the Dining Hall .... Thumbing a ride at North Avenue and Spring-old Tech custom .... The College Inn., better known as the uRobbery.M . . . Tech recreation on Week nights. An old dormitory trick for silencing snoring roommates .... One of the "Ramblin' Wrecks" at the football game .... The proverbial frosh who wou1cln't wear his rat cap .... HRat Courtn at the dormitories .... The Winner of the uRarnblin' Wreck., Contest, the Delta entry. Final exams getting near. . . . Judging the entries in the Freshman Pajama Contest. . . . Believe it or not, that's a chess-board below the edge of the picture. . . . One of the campus's snappier cars. i fl.. 'f'.fwr-mi .IVL ' 4 fa. 4 CLASSROOMS MJ' LABORATGRIES Biology laboratory. . . . Mechanical Engineering lecture room. . . . Carnegie Library. Chemistry lecture room .... Electrical Engineering laboratory. . . . Draw- ing laboratory. Mechanical engineering engine laboratory. . . . Mechanical and civil engi- neering testing laboratory .... physics laboratory. Chemistry laboratory .... Wind tunnel in the Aeronautical Building. . . Textile weaving room. WE 5 if 555' ir: ' ' ' "" 255551 ,N , gg t .'N' W' as 5 Besicles his work in the class- room, a Tech man has many things on his mind :luring the fall. Football season in full swing with games every Saturday afternoon, the competition of fraternity rush and pledging, the first military drills with hours of marching-all these things con- sume his time during this period. Here is the recorcl of the football season, the Fraternities, and the Tech Army and Navy for the fall of 1936. ' K 9411 .f , X, .4 .f f !f!,L',? 4 X, ' T , i !, f, fi ' ff 7, V 7i217 , f ff, ' g gf .A ff' Z21 2 fff f N K? 257 , 5 J iii?" 2 3,.f 1 3 gf f f f , ,Lf X 4 , fi f 5 'f' gl 2 NW, if2iiiiff, fff'2f . ' .f, 7M ' l r 4 f' I V fi' -uyv yyiylf h h J , JT Win? -I J I it - fi Ziiifqql ' w . 1- Wlff- f m'i ' "g 2 NYJ! 5 llxff VA Hffl' . 5, l.,'ffAff 'X 1 ' fir 1, K X' .W 1V'vfyQ mf' Q' -,sArg,' lA15,".- fy! . Lf, H X Q Qg m . 1 i A ' ffp T, . '-xi, 1 - W-pw V TWIVVVV 5 . -. 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Qjp3,':7zj4f,,5:f,',,.'?fL'ACfg'59v "' ' f-n r-1 A V11 ' f a M Q flfi-1"'-'Jaw-Y vw-v1.J1f'l'2u , , H., F- -lin W., . .,4-- 4 'fff,,-41,'f'.. ,' mb.. w ' 'H-...ul xigiw..- N- L 4 '-1:31 lg Y-,A V A 'ii -- +--' V, "luuu.., J Y i'-fit M,.WSI.ii' """""2" 2 'l+" ' N l1.,. f F - -::1 Q . - N ,- - H ---V ' - - 1- 41, ---Y nf H -- ff: ... K ,Q -.Ti 'Inn' 1-gig 4 E A, A Y VY , mv. ' - 'Nw fi':3T . rc , , , 'Iqum -ji, 'M x , u., ff ' , . 'f lin lx lulvfmu' Y" v qlr xx M ffwyawmfl ,K .N if QF My . Q? 1 1 CD CD T B A L L COACH ALEXANDER I I WILLIAM A. ALEXANDER Heacl Football Coaclz Director of Atlzletlcs Nationally recognized as one of the leading figures in American college football, William A. Alexander has held the position of head coach at Georgia Tech since 1919. Hcoach Alex," as he is called by the school and all who lcnow him, began his football career as a member of the squad during his undergraduate days at Tech. After gradua- tion in 1912, and during the reign of John Heisman, he became assistant coach, stepping up to the head coachls job in 1919 when Heisman left. It is to ucoach Alexis that all credit must be given for the spirit with which all Tech teams seem to be endowed, and his presence on the sidelines has been a guiding light to a winning team, and a bulwarlc to a losing one. Towards the end of the season this year, Georgia Tech was honored when it was announced that Coach Alexander had been selected as the Southern District member of the Football Rules Committee of the N. C. A. A. GEORGIA TECI-I ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS Faculty Members Dr. M. L. Brittain Dean V. Slciles Dr. B. Crenshaw Clzafrman Prof. A. H. Armstrong Dr. G. H. Boggs x Prof. Floyd Field Faculty Chairman, W. A. Alexander Secretary-Treasurer Atltletlcs Advisory Member . get it . 65,931 Azumm' Members 1 .xifj.i:?1+3g,,, Oscar Davis R. T. Jones, Jr. George W. McCarty, Jr. x v-ji-ggg35.5:2.'. LfA2,E1'g?g ?? fn 'Tw 0 Stuclent Members I g George Hightower ,Tack McKinnon Mit Fitzsimons QS President, .Student Eclftor, the Captain, Football A Q 4' XS S' Q 5 Council Teclznlque Team - 0 THE COACHING STAFF R. L. Dodd . ........ . Baclzfiefd Coach M. M. Tharpe . . . Line Coach J. R. MacArthur . . . . Freshman Coach J. R. Wilcox . . . . . . . . . Assistant Freshman Coach The football squads, both varsity and freshman, have been very fortunate this year in having one of the finest aggregations in the South to handle the coaching end of the team. Working under the supervision of Coach Alexander, they have ably handled the job of whipping the teams into shape for the season. The backiield has been under the supervision of Bobby Dodd, former All-American back at Tennessee. Bobby came to Tech in 1932, and in addition to his MMARTHUR DODD THARPE wmcox duties with the football team, he helps along with baseball and basketball. To him goes most of the credit for Techis famous nrazzle-dazzlen type of play. Mack Tharpe has been responsible for the line coaching, and is well-qualified for his job, having been an All-Southern tackle on the 1926 Golden Tornado squad. Mack was for- merly the freshman coach, becoming line coach for the varsity in the spring of '35. Roy Mac- Arthur has had many duties on the coaching staff. It was his lot to handle the freshman and "Bee" squads this year, in addition to doing most Ip, of the scouting for the varsity. And last but not least is John Wilcox, who assumed the duties of assistant freshman coach upon graduation from Tech last year, after playing three seasons of varsity football at the guard position. 37 VARSITY JIM BETTY Equipment Manag PETE FREEMAN Financial Manager , N5 Fx-Q19 NNQ CBPWYI APPLEBY MORGAN PRESTON RIMMER THRASI-I COLLINS FURLOW SMITH ALLEN I. E. Carmack G. L. Edwards R. W. Murphy A. E. Jones . W. E. Sims . W. G. Thrash . E. S. Tharpe . I. S. Moore . T. R. Allen . . J. L. Chivington J. L. Brooks . QA. ll- . Guard Halfback Halfback . . End . Center . End Halflmck arterbaclz ..End Center . Guard CUSHINO ANDERSON SIMS, T. E. MURPHY WILCOX NIXON CHDRglc?rI?N JONES FITZSIMONS JORDAN SIMS, W. E. ROBERTS LINDSEY KONEMANN CARMACK MOORE BEARD THARPE EDWARDS HAYS GCDLDEN TCDRNADCD H. H. Appleby . R. A. Beard . E. R. Collins . M. Furlow . L. C. Hays . W. H. Jordan . J. P. Morgan, Ir. J. M. Fitzsimons M. Konemann J. B. Lindsey . W. Rimmer . Halfbaclz Fuzzback Fullback . Center U- arterback . End . End . Guard Halfback . Tackle . Tackle T. F. Sims, Jr. B. Smith A. L. Wilcox . U. Nixon . C. B. Preston L. F. Anderson P. M. Chance Cushing' . S. A. Roberts aarferback . . End . Guard . Guard . Center Fullback . Tackle . Tackle . Tackle . it sa? Q. L. E. ANDERSON TOM ALLEN GEORGE SMITH JACK CHIVINGTON ED JONES A team that started out like a conquering army, went into a slump, and then came baclc with all guns blazing. This is the record which goes down for the 1936 squad in Tech's football history book. Its record, if viewed only by the scores as posted for the games, perhaps is something not quite worth throwing bouquets at, but there was something else to this football team. The games in which it was victorious were won by displays of football which were almost super- human in skill and brilliance of play. Long passes perfectly executed, power drives which would have torn through a brick wall, a solid defense through which even the battering ram of Kentucky could malce no headway. This was the team which went into the held against Presbyterian, Sewanee, California, and Florida, and left them staggering and beaten when the battle was over. This was the team towards which Tech had looked with eagereyes since the days of 98. But everything couldnlt possibly have gone off as perfectly as was prayed for. There was something else to be reckoned with. Luck! Something which the Tornado is noted for being without. Something which the best team in the world can lack and never win a game, even though it plays its heart out. And this was what hit Tech in mid-season. A loss of luck which spoiled the perfect co-ordina- tion which the Jackets had featured at the first games, and which, try as they might, they could never regain again in full. It was a good season, though. We were rewarded with some of the most exciting games ever seen on old Grant Field. And better than that, we began to see the name of Georgia Tech creep back into the national headlines as it used "Dutclf Konemann snaggfng a Yong throw from Hays WALTER RIMMER GLENN CUSHING EDDIE CARMACK to be, when the Saturday afternoon star features were mentioned. National sports-writers began to perk up their ears and listen to the rumblings from the South, where it was rumored another Golden Tornado was gathering. School spirit soared, and even when disappointment came, it couldn't quite be downed. So much for the 1936 season in general. To reconstruct what actually hap- pened, we return to the season opening on September 26th, against Presbyterian College. It was the first night game a Tech team ever played. The game started slow, both teams playing their opener and trying to get their bearings. But things werenit slow for long. The second quarter opened with Appleby, Edwards, and Jordan swinging into action., and a seventy-yard drive resulted in ' ' h fi l was the first touchdown. From then on it was deuces wild, and t e na score 55-0, Tech on top. . ' d h h H 1 h. 1 w ist e Th ext week, the Jackets hit the Sewanee Tigers, an w en t e na e n blew, a game but thoroughly whipped Sewanee team found itself buried under a . . . . H 58-0 score. It was in this game that the Sims-Konemann pass combination rst came out into the open, and it was something which had not been seen at the . . H Flats in many a day. Assisted by a strong display of ground power on o ense b' ' . Th cond half of nd defense the Jackets had an unbeatable com mation e se H 1 the game was played for the most part by the Jackets' reserves, who showed their ability to tit into the lineup without detracting from the power. It was apparent at this point of the season that a powerful Georgia Tech team was in the making. It had been proven that it could udish it out," but the ques- tion in everyone's mind was could it "take itn? And the general feeling was that h' tl n would be answered when we met Kentucky. It was. An offense t is ques io which employed every trick in the book, plus a defense which wouldn't budge an ' L - d h inch, left the Ke ntuckians shattered and broken under a 34 0 score, an t e ERNEST THARPE BILL JORDAN Jimmy Moore coming around right end, Anderson running interference DUTCH" KONEMANN JACK NIXON aaqyvf "RED" ROBERTS CHARLIE PRESTON PHIL CHANCE superiority of the Jackets wash established without a doubt. As for the team, both backtield and line stood out, but the latter was especially at a peak., out- charging the Wildcats in every play. This game will be long remembered by the fact that a touchdown was scored by a center, when Charlie Preston took a lateral over for a score. But the blow was due to fall. It was only natural that a let-down should fol- low the crest of the Kentucky game, and Duke was the fortunate team scheduled. The Wallace Wade aggregation, champing at the bit for revenge on the Jackets, took advantage of a slow start in the first half to clinch the game with three touchdowns. A spirited come-back in the last part of the game was to no avail, and the Tornado was forced to bow for the First time in 1936. A scrappy Vanderbilt team was next to be contended with, and a classic spectacle of almost-but-not-quite touchdowns Hlled the afternoon. Four times the Jackets came within the shadow of the Commodore goal posts, but each time Lady Luck turned her back, and the drive ended without score. And four times the Commodores met with the same fate. The game ended with the board showing 0-0. The low point of the season was reached on October 31st, when the Yellow Jackets were forced to bow before a 'fighting Clemson team which had blood in its eye. With Konemann out of the play due to injuries, the Tech offense was slow in getting under way, and the Tigers drove across the goal line twice, adding extra points each time. The first Tech touchdown, scored by Jordan, saw hopes brightening, but as the end of the game approached, the situation became desperate, and finally Konemann was sent from the bench into the game. "Shag" Hays carrying the ban in a bit of close work Aw 95,6 I , , , "RED" COLUNS "MIT" FITZSVMONS HARRY APPLEBY A long pass from Hays, and he was across, but the extra point was missed, and a later try at a field goal failed to materialize. Final score, 14-13. The next week-end, Auburn came to Grant Field to meet the Jackets, and left with a victory under her belt. But the score didnlt tell the Whole story. Ir was a clean and expert victory, but an honest cry of bad oicliciating cannot be overlooked. The statistics of the game gave Tech an overwhelming first-down, completed-pass, and yards-gained superiority, but the point lciclced following the second Auburn touchdown made the difference. A touchdown made by Jordan d b lc d t istalce on the part of the referees and an end run was calle ac , ue o a m , in a clear field was stopped when Ed Jones was bumped by a referee and slowed down. The last few minutes of the game saw Tech trailing one point, and Jimmy Moore was rushed in to try a place-lciclc. But it was a miss, and the score stood Auburn 13, Tech 12. As an Atlanta sports-writer reported after the Alabama game, Tech never need be ashamed of its defeat at the hands of the Tide. The first half saw a powerful Tide swing into action and cross the Tech goal three times. The second half saw them beaten back by a rejuvenated Tornado that never let up until the Final whistle. Only long punts, which each time set the Jackets back so that they had to start deep from their own territory, saved the game for the Tide. Time and time again Tech thundered at the Alabama goal, only to be turned back at the last stretch. Final score, 20-16, the Tide on top. 'Vim 'jim "' ily? z. 77,2 Z, I mf. J, , ,. ,Ja , , , The Jacket line stopping a thrust in the Florida game "BUD" LINDSEY JIM MORGAN SHAG HAYS HENRY BYNUM DICK BEARD GAY THRASH The annual Florida game saw Tech back on top, when the 'Gators were humbled by a 38-14 defeat. In the first few minutes of the game, a blocked Tech punt gave Florida its first score. But it served only to infuriate the Jackets, who let loose a barrage against the Floridians which never ceased during the rest of the game. The end of the game saw a tired 'Gator aggregation fighting vainly to hold the score down. The annual classic with the University of Georgia came on November 28th, and was played at Sanford Field, in Athens. A tense and over-eager Jacket squad, unable to get its bearings, tried unsuccessfully for four quarters to stem the Bulldogs. Twice, fumbles cost the Tornado valuable territory, and end of the game found them at the short end of a 16-6 score. On December 26th, while most of the student body was home for the Christ- mas vacation, a strong team from the University of California invaded the Flats. The renewal of an old rivalry brought forth a large crowd to see the end of the 1936 football season, and Tech supporters were rewarded when they saw the Jackets click once more in the old style, and down the Bears 113-7. The first half was slow, with neither team making much headway, but a dazzling attack by the Jackets opened up the second half, and twice the California goal was crossed before the Jackets could be stemmed. The Bears made a bid in the closing moments of the game, and scored their lone touchdown. Thus passed the 1936 season. It had its high points, and it had its low points, but it will be long remembered for thrilling games and exciting times. In closing, it seems fitting to say a few words about the men who finished their football days for Tech when the final whistle blew after the California game. The seniors graduating are Tharpe, Moore, Beard, Hays, Fitzsimons, pile-up on a touchdown against Kentucky MACK FURLOW "SCRAPPY" EDWARDS ALLAN WILCOX Lindsey, Preston, and Chance. These men have finished four years of service for Tech, and their names will go clown in the record book for us to remember years hence. Their career here is something for future Engineers to look up to, FLETCHER SIMS for they fought hard, won graciously, and lost without complaint. Nixon bringing a runner down in one of the best action shots of the season wx a gp JH r -P. gli-::.. :eel-?P:?" ' 2-Ra. .9-:fy -M, f, ..3.,:.,,g+5,x si-me 'Z7f:2f.'.-, ' Q3'hf'2+ef"'fe . 5 - seg-,aw 1 - '...-sz, ,F-fi.: ,- ,1-,r'- 2.---iz." .f frewfff .- - 'Pm J-'ri 'X . 'fisiny wfgff, " --4 '- fag: .wanna 1.-I Wig, 4: . 53 AJ-:-.- '.'.e2r-ri., ,THQ ks, 'LN :gif r 'YY ff 'W-rfosf' PGN rig: meg ,. tl: wifi." X QA N' 'lf ,f g'S Q' FJ? rn rr M' 'Y7,f,'ff-"',.Jf,1'l::,'.:- RQV-eg:",E:,' -'far N. , .Jr ex. U . .M -s T, ar' mirfiffr X 5 rm mf .x .95 is 3 QSRSCSXRS X 6 I ll ll 'I' E Heretofore, the scrulas have always been lcnown as the Grey Devils., and their work has consisted of scrimmaging the varsity. This year., to give them more actual playing experience, it was de- cided to lnoolc a regular schedule. In accordance with this decision, games were scheduled with the University of Tampa, Tech Frosh, Gordon Institute, and Monroe A. fe? M. Although the "Bees" were defeated in their first game, they achieved greater success throughout their schedule than either the varsity or freshman squads. By their superior play during the entire game, a moral victory was won over Tampa U., even though the score was Tampa 7, Tech 0. Against the freshmen, the "Bees,' displayed much power in winning 6 to 0. On October 24-th., the "Bee" team met Gordon Institute., and came out on top of a 39-0 score. Two weeks later, a trip to meet the Monroe Aggies ended in a 19-18 victory for Tech. The results of the "Bee" team's season show that the new system has lneen a decided success. MEMBERS H. H. Adams C. L. Gilmer W. B. Reed R. E. Anderson R. E. Hood W. R. Rice G. Branagan J. D. Butler R. I. Butler C. L. Daughtry W. L. Galley A. C. Givens W. C. Gibson W. S. Jacobs G. R. Marshall J. C. Kelley J. H. McClure J. E. McKinney D. L. Nowell D. D. O'Brian S. G. Roney G. T. Rickett J. A. Scoggins E. M. Wheby W. F. Ziegler W. H. Ziegler T. T. Flagler, Manager '1- .fgmss test . .. . , ,,,,,,. .., .... ,.,,..... ,E r l FIRST ROW: Riclcett, G., Marshall, Jacobs, O'Brian, Adams, McKinney, Colley, Nowell, Givens, Rice, Scoggins. SECOND ROW: Flagler, Ziegler, W. H., Butler, R., Butler, J., Wlreby, Daughtry, Anderson, G., Reed, Gibson, Ziegler, W. F., Roney, Hood, Cooper, Schilclgen. FRESHMAN TEAM Ac the opening of the season this year, about seventy gridsters of the freshman class reported in uniform. After the first few weeks of practice, it seemed that this freshman squad had the ability to uphold the splendid record set hy the teams the last two years. But this did not reckon with the factor which was so disastrous to the varsity-had luck. Lady Luck turned her hack completely on the frosh, and they lost all three of their scheduled games. Disaster first fell at the hands of Tech's own "Bee" squad, when the freshmen ended up on the little end of a 6-0 score. On November 11th. the laahy Jackets traveled to Auburn, laut the power of the Tiger frosh, coupled with unusually good luck, caused them to suffer another defeat. The climax of the freshman season, the Thanksgiving Day game against the Georgia frosh., saw the Bullpups turn the Jackets hack lay a score of 20 to 12 in one of the most thrilling games to he played on Grant Field this year. In spite of the losses suffered, the coaches feel that they will add greatly to next yearqs varsity squad. P. Almand C. H. Bates J. Bayer W. R. Beard C. E. Bearden R. E. Beers T. Brooks J. B. Clay W. Cunningham H. Ector W. B. Estes MEMBERS H. L. Ewing T. Fry W. P. Garmany W. Howland R. L. Ison W. Jefifcott A. E. Kirstine E. Kneisel D. E. Lackey J. B. Laseter G. W. McPherson R. S. Michael D. Munter J. A. Page M. Paine J. Paine J. F. Picco C. P. Richards R. M. Ruddell J. Spessard E. P. Wesley C. R. Wood O- C. MCLCBH, Mandgef FIRST ROW: Wilcox, Spessarcl, Paine, M., Clay, Kneisel, Ector, Beers, Jehfcott, Munter, Cooper. SECOND ROW: Bates, Almand, l-lowland, Paine, J., Lackey, Michael, Brooks, Rucldell, Fry, Ewing. THIRD ROW: Bearden, Page, Beard, Wood, Kirstine, Bayer, McPherson, Picco, Estes, Laseter, Richards, Wesley, Cunningham. 2 4 x f "2 v 5 V - - , ..-I ,. . , . 3, fl - V ra, 1- .f 1 """g 1' V S , f : '- -' .. . ., E y X H 12? 2 5, , F1TSf Row Alclrxdge Anderson Appleby Beard Boulware Campen Cluvlngton Collms E wards ecomf Row Fambrough Fltzslmons Glles Goldman Hays Hyder ohnston ones E ones T vrcf Row or an Kestler Konemann Lmclsey Manley ll ll 'am awww, 5 fx 'A 1 'm f 1a 9, 'Q in E vi ,EW if L 98' -an Fourth Row Matthews McFarland McNenney Fvfth Row M1115 Moore Morgan Swctlz Row Nxxon O Callaghan Rll'l'l!'l16I' Seventh Row Shropshlre xms Smlth E1glLflL Row Tharpe Tufts Waits Walhs 1 cox - 1 . I d Q J - - W r"2 Th' A . . 5 C1 l A l ' . at W'1 '- I' 'f13Q?7ii ' .. - 'A::: ":: ' ,-a'r'-' 'L A':,: ::' ,',.:,a . 5 Garrr a dl s -29' .Q , E idle.-v .Em Cl-IEER LEADERS ...UU BA B. Ramage .............. Head Cheer Leader C. M. Barnett D. C. Watkins W. M. Pope J. H. Woodall THE BAND R. Young' . ...... . . Cabtcun J. Caring' .... . . Dfrector Drum Majors L. Green W. Speck F. R. Short NAP ref. Left, top to bottom: Matthews and date. . . . Kaokley, looking very, very disgusted with it all .... Clark Gable imitating Weber. . . . The Ed. and Serdi looking slightly silly. . . . Clemson oreolt platoon putting on its not between halves. ,KT .aa M Wwe, " its iff? f' - r ,, ,r4', 'gfqt-iE'T',Q5if ' 1- ',-4145: W'-4 ' - Nav mn 4. . ' .1 sb -- v 3 " s . 1 3- a ts , kc, 4' Q, ft " l ' E"'1i' , Wt 'K' it, t 1 Qaga-at in iw ,R T Rig. rs. .r-:. ny, ' ' L.. Ma E Snapshot across the Tech section at the Georgia Game. . . . Roy MacArthur, and time out from NB" team practice. . . . We think it's Pi Kap Crocker, but wlmereqs Mary? . . News from the sidelines. . . . Dave Boy fcute gal, eh wl'xat?D. One of the leaders in the Athens caravan .... The Crimson Tide hanged in effagy .... They told Ed Cole about this game later. . . . Team missing the frosh line-up as they came out on the Held. Fashion-plates Spencer and Eager .... East stand entrance before the game .... Cooper doing a bit of managing from the sidelines. . . Freshmen carrying Ed Jones off the field after the final whistle. Y, S is NAPS .- ' h Lx qln H W K ,V ,A gvx A kk ff ff" ,WUI-vi X pn ffl' fn 'atb' el' , we ,. af. . We don't know her name, but we'd like to .... Ruthanna Butters imi- tating' a giraffe, Fatso on the other side, and Roy White peeping around the corner. . . . Another froslu line-up -the team hit it this time. . . . Simpson, but wheregs Drennon. . . . Bevis in the background-Taylor unf der the hat and behind the blinkers. if I ff Ei ,X E 2 t, A ri ft 5 . ff? li. 1 I AV MZGAMES The frosh making an NE" with their little cards fwe thinklj . . . Weher without his dark glasses. -Jacobs and Powell, a couple of the Beta tribe .... The stancls at the Kentucky game. . . . Some of the Pi K. A.s. Teams leaving the field after the game .... The coaches leaving the clressing room .... Long smiles for the man .... The Kentucky band greeting Tech with a swell routine. Desponclency in the Tech section. . . . Joe and the inevitable Mary. . . . The sponsors in Dr. Brittainls lnox. . . . Charlie Durham, the Arkansas flash. and typical expression. uw v. ,R ,. 'f. , 'f N if Q1 ,-J,-,x ,ann A. T Y .YI in X W F 'H -, , rr , ' f ' ' :Wy if "fi Q , 4 - -'N f ff' - A-N5 AQ- Q' 2. an ivif-,fi +3 -GN' 'mfg' fa ily ,H ' ff'-7"' .J-f'5-ftixiigz. X315 J gf'- ' , W2 ii. 'fbffgfg' - 1- .1 V 3 , , 4, M . - s' : Q "Vim '- - - K ' P1 '-- 5-THQ Af. , . . L Q' ' , 4- a ... if fl of ' ...,4,z.,i.. ,R , A Y , 5 - i an ' f 5154, fr?EPi57'z: I ,Q ' 'A f v l ' -5 3 " 4 'gage' ' fe N, - .V 1 H W ' 'fmljl w I ' A , v .uv,-A gpg A ,.,. - 'Ga 'i .,,, + . ff' " , . ,. .......s... ..-....,s.... 1 2 Aga. mow SNAPSI-IOTS proving' that everyone wasnlt watching' the game. . . . White again, plus pipe ancl face. . . The boys were Hatterecl this time .... Bonfire at Georgia game pep meeting. socialite Miller and date .... Thatss McLaughlin sourly peeping' around the hat. . . Why' Mal- zone enjoyed his job .... Inter-frat prexy Swift standing out in the crowcl. 1 McLaughlin again. Much sourer .... We almost asked him to move over when we saw that smile. l . . . Two pals and a girl fwhose date?D. . . Remember Stone and the gin bottle? The Jackets must have scored. . . . Miller and Butters. "Boy, are we stylishln . . . Early season game ..., Garner just told Johnston a dirty joke. Note the teeth. I3 Q A ,. ..d. ..?......i.-..--- T -- ..1,-.,.- E Q N I T I E + S I Q X X-,rl-'-lf, XX My X7-fi HENRY SWIFT President FIRST ROW: Beard, Biclcerstatt, Brasfield, Burlrs, Caldwell, Carmaclc, Chivington, Cole, Collins, Colson, Cox. SECOND ROW: Evans, Fisher, Fuchs, Gassenheirner, Hays, Hightower, Hub- bell, Hudson, Jacobs, James, W., James, J. THIRD ROW: Johnston, D., Johnston, R., Miller, Moore, Munroe, Neill, Neves, Nixon, O'CaIla3han, Phillips, Rarnage. FOURTH ROW: Robeson, Scandrett, Secord, Silver, Smith, Spratlin, Town- send, Wallace, Weber, White, Wood- worth. I v I-X, Hi U H Leica - H IFSIIIWI .ljblr Willa M Z III1l....- 'I -W-sg?-"T -1111" Q46 INTER OFFICERS H. W. Swift . . president F. W. Evans,Jr. . . Vice-President S. K. Neill . . S ecre tary L. C. Hays . . Treasurer L.J.O'Cal1aghan . . Sergeant-at-Arms FIQATEIQNITY CCDUNCII. SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES ' J. Nixon, A T Q . . . W. E. Wallace, B K . . . R. D. Johnston, B 0-5 ll . . . W. Caldwell, X KI? . . . F. F. Phillips, X 'll . . . R. M. Jacobs, A E CIP . . . H. Scandrett, A 'I' A . . . L. R. Munroe, K A . . . L. C. Hays, K E R. A. Bearcl, fi? A Q . . . L. Fuchs, YI? E ll . . . D. Brasflelcl, fl? l' A . . . M. C. Colson, fl? K E . . . A. Miller, dv K 'I' . . . H. E. Smith, fb F. K . . . S. K. Neill, II K A . . . D.C.Johnston,lIKCI1. . .H.W.Swift,E.AE . . . G. H. Hightower, 2 X . . . E. F. Cox, 21 N . . . L. Oqcallaglian, E115 E . . . H. N. Weber T E Cl? . . . F. W. Evans, 00 X. JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES C. W. Robeson, A T Q . . . W. S. James, B K . . . R. E. Burlfcs, B 00 ll . . . H. D. Spratlln, X fl? . . . .M. V. Fisher, X Nll . . . E. Carmaclc, A I f-IJ . . . W. P. Secorcl, A T A . . . E. G. Cole, K A . . . R. Neves, K 2 . . . L. Cliivlngton, LD A 09 . . . I. Gassenluelmer, 111 E ll . . . L. R. Woodworth, CIP 1' A . . . H. Moore, CID K 2 . . . W. E. Roux, '11 K T . . . E. R. Collins, 113 E K . . . M. Townsend, H K A . . . B. Ramage, II K 'D . . . C. A. Blclcerstaff, E A E . . . W. H. James. E X . . . M. A. Hudson, E N . . . L. E. Hubbell, 2 KID E . . . D. Silver, T E ill . . . R. Wl1lte, 9 X. ef, .J,f,, CA, fe I First Row: ATKINS BROOKS BURROUGHS BYNUM CALLEY CLARK Second Row: COOK CROUCH CUSHMAN DANIELS DARBY EDWARDS, A. Third Row: EDWARDS, G. GWALTNEY HAYM ENS HINTON JACOBS JENNINGS Fourth Row: JOHNSTON, H JOHNSTON, W JONES, A. JONES, T. JORDAN MADDUX Fifth Row: MARTIN MAYES MCCORD MICHAEL MUNSON NIXON Sixth Row: O'NEIL PAXTON RICE ROBESON SEAY SMITH, G. Seventh Row: SMITH, R. STRICKLAN D, H STRICKLAND, R THORNTON VAUGHN WARE Eighth Row: WATERS WOODALL YOUNG YUNDT ALPHA TAU QMEGA Founded at Vrrgrnra M1'7ftary Institute fn 1855. Ninety-six chapters wfth a memlnerslzrfr of over thirty thousand. Local chapter estabffsltecf 1'n I 1888, being the first fraternity on the Tech ' cambus. J. H. Williams . . . S. S. Tomlin J. C. Clark . Z. T. Crouch J. S. Cook . . Z. T. Crouch . J. H. Mayes . J. E. Shipp . . S. S. Tomlin . J. H. Williams S. R. Young . J. W. Atkins . W. B. Callay . W. L. Calley . lucmk.. M. Cushman . G. L. Edwards . L. Hightower . W. B. Johnston A. E. Jones . . W. H. Jordan . R. D. Maddux . OFFICERS president . Vice-President .Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS J. W. McCord . B. Munson . J. U. Nixon . F. B. O'Neil . W. H. Paxton . C. W. Robeson S. G. Roney . L. F. Thornton . N. Vaughn . . J. H. Woodall . E. E. Brooks . M. H. Burroughs H. W. Bynum . A. G. Daniel . A. G. Edwards . W. B. Hinton . W. S. Jacobs . T. R. Jones . l JOHNNY WILLIAMS Presd t G. A. Martin . W. R. Rice . R. L. Seay . . G. B. Smith . J. H. Teasley . A. P. Yundt . J. W. Darby . E. C. Gwaltney W. H. Haymens W. W. Jennings H. B. Johnston R. S. Michael . A. Parker . . R. W. Smith . H. R. Strickland R. H. Strickland W. A. Ware . F. B. Waters . UIUC! Ot 5 v C y,,H 0 - 5 wr: Fm" t-SP. 0 n 4' , .LQ grant if Q X fin .6 B E T A K A D lv A 'V Founded at Hamline Unlversfty, St. paul, M1'nnesota, in 1901, is . . y 'F F' P lf ' I' 4- B K' pw? W. E. Wallace W. S. James . A. J. Patten . C. A. Maple . C. A. Maple . W. B. Owens . W. E. Wallace C. L. Beaudrot W. S. James W. Singleton . R. O. Boote . C. W. Bra nnon G. O. Haskell . R. J. Herring . D. L. Kilerease G. N. McBride B. M. Borders . H. W. Bronson, Jr F. A. Fraser . J. L. Johnson . BVLL WALLACE President and now has tlurty ve cha ters 1n all sections 0 the country. Local cha ter was establ1sl1ec1 m 1929 when Cin' Beta Sigma was granted a charter OFFICERS MEMBERS '37 W. E. Marshall '37 R. M. Neil . . '37 B. O'Hara . '38 A. J. Patten . '38 R. E. Roberts '38 A. V. Toney . '38 M. Townsend . '38 W. K. Wright . '38 C S. LeCraw . '38 J. 'as G '38 G '39 T M. Baker . B. Bnrklialter F. Fey . . R. Jacobs . '39 W. P. Maynard '39 C. F. Tarver . '39 ' C-I ! I7 A ci li Ill Ill I 1 ,Ja . . . p7'6Sid6'7lf Vice-presrcfent . Secretary . Treasurer . '39 . '39 . '39 . '39 . '39 . '39 . '39 . '39 . '39 . '40 . '40 . '40 . '40 . '40 . '40 zz C-Arijlllet 1 First Row: BAKER, BEAUDROT, BOOTE, BRONSON, BLJRKHALTER, FRASER. Second Row: HASKELL, HERRJNG, JACOBS, JAMES, JOHNSON, LQCRAW. Third Row: MAPLE, MARSHALL, MQBRIDE, NEIL, O'HARA, OWENS. Fourth Row: ROBERTS, SJNGLETON, TONEY, TOWNSEND, WRIGHT. ffxxx ff ET ,S N fx XX J J H 1 jBfN, T EU X - ,-,., x ' J 6 r' J .fx X J J QW Jig J 2 J U Jflzy f,,Qffm eMir.,2iE1g2f52W2ff if ,V ,M M HMM A-A EtGl.r.rL,l71 V - Y.:v1,, M, .r-,...M, ,., WWLLO .ir dlflfblfllii C44 feb First Row: ALBAN BECK BLISS BURKS CHAMBERLAIN CLINKSCALES Second Row: Third Fourth COOPER CRISWELL CULP DAUGHTRY DURHAM EM MONS Row: FLY HAYS HOOKER HOWIE HUNT JACOBS Row: JOHNSON JOHNSTON KAUFFMAN MAYO McKEE MILLER MOORE Fifth Row: OGLESBY PEEPLES PETERS PHILLIPS PIERCE Sixth Row: PINES PIPPEN POWELL RAMSEY RICHARDSON SANDERS Seventh Row: STUBBINS WAITE WALTMAN WHITE WRIGLEY WYATT BETA TI-IETA PI Founded at M1'am1' Unfversfty, Oxford, Ohio, in 1839. Eighty-n1'ne chapters, wfth a total mem- berslzff of about forty thousand. Local chabter was or1'g1'naNy the Alpha p1'Fratern1'ty, a charter :In Beta Theta Pi hefng granted 1-71 1917. OFFICERS H. D. Emmert. Jr. ..... . . President R. D. Johnston . . Vice-President R. E. Burlcs . . . Secretary J. E. Johnson . . Treasurer MEMBERS C. P. Durham . . . '37 E. pierce . . . . DAVE EM MERT Presndent J. A. Waltman . . D. Emmert . . E. Johnson . R D. Johnston . J S. Ramsey . F. White . W. Beck . E. Bnrks . . E. Chamberlain V. Cooper . . J. Culp . E. Emmons . O. Fly . W. B. Hunt . H R. Ogleshy . . J. H. Pines G. T. Waite . J. F. Wyatt . W. C. Bliss . R. S. Clinl-:scales H. W. Criswell C. L. Daughtry W. W. Howie . J. C. Jacobs . G. H. McKee . E. K. Miller . J. P. Moore . E. A. Powell . W. M. Richardson . . J. C. Alban . H. S. Hays . J. H. Hooker . W. P. Kauffman J. B. Mayo . . B. Peeples . C. P. Peters G. W. Phillips . T. S. Pippen . R. E. Ross . D. W. Sanders R. Shillito . J. B. Stubbins . W. G. Wrigley 'kit Ur-0wL9 y BON f:.' fx ' H. L. Plage . . M. R. Mcclatchey, Jr P. H. Fuller . . G. S. Clark, Jr. A. B. Cates . G. S. Clark, Jr. . W. J. Delaney, Jr. . P. H. Fuller . . M. J. Lambert . . . M. R. Mcclatchey, Jr. J. S. Moore . . . H. L. Plage . J. R. Tufts . . . G. C. Blanchard, Jr. . J. W. Caldwell . . C. B. Palmer . . I. B. Pendergrast, Jr. . G. N. Spring, Jr. . H. L. Stolb . . HENRY PLAGE Founded as a re71'g1'ous and lfterary club at prfnceton Unfversrty fn 1824. A conservative exbansvon policy has been followed, the fraternity now havfng t1'L1'rty-three clzafters. Local grouf founded D. Eastman . P. M. Potter J. W. Simms J. Burgess in 1904. OFFICERS MEMBERS A. W. Bayliss . . '39 Q. C. Crommelin . '39 W. D. Dabney, Jr . '39 P. D. DeWitt . . '39 . '39 L. P. deGive . . '39 H. H. Hargrett . . '39 J. W. D. Harvey . '39 R. F. Head, jr. . . '39 . '39 . '39 H. D. Spratlin . . '39 1. M. Teague, Jr. . '39 . '40 lflfl L' L' ci . president . Vfce-president Secretary Treasurer T. N. Callaway . . '40 J. W. Cherry . . '40 R. M. Crumley . . '40 M. B. Davenport . '40 W. Evins . . . '40 J. Gilmore . . . '40 J. W. Goldsmith . '40 S. C. Hale . . . '40 W. F. Maury . . '40 D. J. Procter . '40 A. H. Small . . '40 W. D. Swift . . '40 R. J. Webster . . '40 W. F. Winecoff . . '40 O. L. Young . . '40 CAQJ.. ff fl President l Frrst Row: BAYLISS, BLANCHARD, BURGESS, CALDWELL, CALLAWAY, CATES, CHERRY, CLARK. Second Row CROMMELIN, CRUMLEY, DABNEY, DAVENPORT, DELANEY, DeWITT, EASTMAN, EVINS. Third Row: FULLER GILMORE, deC5IVE, GOLDSMITH, HALE, HARGRETT, HARVEY, HEAD. Fourth Row: LAMBERT, MANRY MCCLATCHEY, MOORE, PALMER, PENDERGRAST, POTTER, PROCTOR. Fifth Row: SIMMS, SMALL, SPRATLIN SPRING, STULB, SWIFT, TEAGUE, TUETS. Sixth Row: WEBSTER, WINECOFF, YOUNG. First Row: BESTOR BINNS BURNS CARL CROSSFIELD Second Row: Third Fourth DAVIS DUNLOP EARLE ELLIOT FERGUSON Row: FINK FISHER FOWLER GORDON HAILEY Row: JOHNSTON MATHEWS MCCONNELL PHARR PHILLIPS Fifth Row: SMITH ZIMMERMAN G41 A 0 in CAS fm Cl-Il PSI Foumfed at Union College, Schenectady, N. Y., in 1841. Founded on Georgia Tech camgius in 1923, when the Defta Kaiba Cin' focal fraternity was granted a charter as the Georgia Tech Alpha. C. H. Calhoun D. B. Burns S. H. Fowler D. G. Fink . J. A. Davis . R. H. Dunlop . D. B. Burns . C. H. Calhoun J. D. Earle . T. A. Elliot . D. G. Fink . S. H. Fowler . R. H. Pharr F. F. Phillips . G. C. Bester M. V. Fisher . W. K. Hailey OFFICERS . . presrclent Vice-Presfcfent . Secretary Treasurer CHARLES CALHOUN ' P sd r MEMBERS C. J. Mathews M. R. Binns . R. A. Carl . R. H. Crossfield M. H. Ferguson L. Ganhns . J. R. Gordon . C. M. Johnston W. C. McConnell . H. D. Smith . . J. S. Wiggin . 1- M... 1 Q v , if I ,of D. Zimmerman . '1 Y 8 L R. M. Jacobs . A. H. Jensen . 1. H. Wallmeyer G. N. Hultzen B. L. Abbott . R. O. Adams . J. W. Betts . R. M. Jacobs . A. H. Jensen . G. K. Selden . I. H. Wollmeyer J. W. Brown . J. E. Cormnok . G. N. Hnlteen . D. D. Hammond W. M. Miller . S. Montgomery . W. E. Moore . J. Rhyme . ROGER JACOBS President D E I. T A S I G M A Founded at Coffege of City of New York, fn 1899. Now fncfucles PHI fifty-six chapters. The local chapter grew out of a USo7cl1'er's Club" formed here after time War. It became the Alpha Gamma Chapter fn 1920. OFFICERS MEMBERS W. V. Smith . W. R. Steyens . H. Tolbert . F.M.Te1rn . R.B.To1in . . P. s. Ven Bnslnrls O. A. Wright . L. F. Anderson . C. F.Baker . W. H. B eers C. Coe . . G. A. Crowder . C. Crumbly . A. C. Givens . J. R. Hammond . . presfclent . . Vfce-presfcfent . . Secretary . Treasurer R. Hays . . '39 J. Helsdon . . . '39 H. G. Hutchinson . . '39 K. E. Prank . . . '39 J. R. Sayer . . '39 D. E. Smith . . '39 B. B. Brown . . '40 S. L. Davis . . '40 J. R. Dzamba . . '40 J. M. Muse . . . '40 J. H. Spessard . . '40 R. D. Stiekles . . '40 J. W. Tyler . . '40 W. C. Ward . . '40 5l!!7A6i Qdllillflti First Row: ABBOTT, ADAMS, ANDERSON, BAKER, BATTS, BEERS, BROWN, J. Second Row: BROWN, B., CAR- MACK, COE, CROWDER, CRUMBLY, DAVIS, DZAMBA. Third Row: GIVENS, HAMMOND, HAYS, HELSON, HULT- ZEN, HUTCHINSON, JENSEN. Fourth Row: MILLER, MOORE, MONTGOMERY, MUSE, PRANKE, RHYNE, SAYRE Fifth Row: SELDEN, SMITH, D., SMITH, W., SPESSARD, STEVENS, STICKLES, TOLBERT. Sixth Row: TOLIN, F., TOLIN, R., TYLER, VAN BUSKIRK, WALLMEYER, WARD, WRIGHT. dlflflilflflbif Al: CLK fe First Row: ALEXANDER ANDERSON BOWDEN COFFEY COOPER Second Row: CRAIG COURTN EY DALLIS DASHER DODSON Third Row: FLEMING FLEMISTER HAGGART HUME HUNT Fourth Row: JEFFCOAT JOHNSON, JOHNSON, LEE MALONE Fifth Row: MARSHALL MQLEAN NEAL O'BRIEN PURDOM Sixth Row: SCANDRETT SCOTT SECORD SENA SHEAROUSE Seventh Row: SNOOKS WEBB WHALEY WHITE WRIGHT DELTA TALI DELTA Founded at Bethany College, Bethany, West V1'rg1'n1'a, in 1852. Now has seventy-five ehepcere and a membership of over 29,000 Local chapter 1'nsta77eJ in 1920, when Beta pin' Delta, local fraternfty on the Tech campus, was granted a charter. OFFICERS B. Beasley . . . . . . president J. G. Fleming . . Vice-Presfclent F. K. Webb . . . Secretary F. H. Whaley . . Treasurer MEMBERS B. S. Beasley . . '37 W. H. Seandrett . . ' H. K. Marshall . . '37 F- W- E- Scott . . . P. W. Purdom . . . '37 W. P. Secord . . R. C. Zimmerman . . . '37 F. K- Webb . . W. J. Alexander . '38 F- H- Whaley - - D. E. Barrentine . . '38 E. B. White . H. W. Bowden . . '38 J- E- Craig - - J. G. Courtney . . '38 J- A- Cooper - J. G. Fleming . . '38 P- A- Dallis - W. H. Malone . . '38 M- N- Dasher - - N. G. McLean . . '38 - H- H- Hunt - - '39 O. C. McLean . . '38 H- Jeffco-af. Jr- - - '39 H. R. O'Brien . . '38 R- T- 1011115011 - - - '39 W. B. Johnson . . . '39 BERT BEASLEY President C. Lee. Jr. . lVlunn . B. Neal . . F. Anderson . . Coffey . . B. R. Dodson . A. Flemisfer R. S. Haggart . Hume . .Sena . Shearoose Snooks . Wright . .9009 inet bATA 0 ix!! OOO. N- .. , -' .- u, ' ' W- 'Q - P, ,Dj ' ' u -. .9 . . 'U' 5 . . . 0 Hwan- I . . . Hr C lr I ' ygcswx I s V' - .if ' ' ni s 's ig -ff-E 'Il E. G. Cole . . H. D. Morgan . T. M. Lewis . G. L. Watt . L. Z. Drennon . . L. R. Monroe . F. B. Ragland . . K. Bethune . W. Butner . E. G. Cole, Jr. . P. David . . E. B. Emery, Jr. . J. A. Haynes . T. M. Lewis . . M. G. Mitchell . H. D. Morgan . . A. Richardson . . A. Waldon . . G. L. Watt . ED COLE President KAPPA ALPHA Founder! at Wash1'ngton and Lee fn 1855. Now has sfxty-seven active chapters and seventy-seven alumni groups. Loca? chapter was fnstaffed on the Tech campus 1'n 1899, befng one of the first fraternities at the school. , OFFICERS . . . . . Presfcfent . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer MEMBERS . '37 G. H. Wells . . '38 . '37 I. C. Wheeler . . . '38 . '37 W. J. Alfriend. Jr. . . '39 . '38 T. I. Berry . . . . '39 . '38 J. Gaston . . '39 . '38 W. A. Hasty . . '39 . '38 C. H. Jones, Ir. . . '39 . '38 W. G. Lee, Ir. . . '39 . '38 W. J. Rountree . '39 . '38 I. C. Thomson . . . '39 . '38 E. S. Buchanan . . '40 . '38 I. D. Burns . . . '40 . '38 L. A. Falligant, III . . '40 . '38 A. B. Huff . . . . '40 . '38 W. W. Pace, III . . '40 O s:gZK7m.tz CA6i!1f6"C First Row: ALFRIEND, BERRY, BETHUNE, BUCHANAN, BURNS. Second Row: BUTNER, DRENNON, EMERY, GAS- TON, HASTY. Third Row: HAYNES, HUFF, JONES, LEE, LEWIS. Fourth Row: MITCHELL, MORGAN, MONROE RAGLAND, RICHARDSON. Fifth Row: ROUNTREE, THOMPSON, WALDON, WELLS, WHEELER. First Secon Third Fourth Row: BOSWELL BRANDON BROOKS CAMP CAVENAUGH CLEGG d Row: COCHRAN COFFER COLEMAN CREAM ER DOSTER DYKES ' Row: ECTOR EWEN EZELL GAVIN GIBSON HAGENY Row: HALL HAMMOND HAWKINS HAYS HOLT HOUSE Fifth Row: HOWLAND JEFFCOTT KACKLEY LACKEY LaROCHE LI NDSEY Sixlh Row: Sevent Eighth MCDONALD MCLARTY MQPHERSON MOYE MYERS NEVES h Row: PAGE PERSON REED SHU MAKER SIMS SMITH Row: WOOD STEVENS l K A P P A S I G M A A Founded at the University of Virginia, in 1869. Has grown to consfst of 108 chapters and over thfrty thousand members. Aloha Tau Chapter founded here in 1895, only seven years after Tech was estalnffshed. 5.1.1 lDFFlCERS Granlaerry . .... . . President L. M. Moy.. J. B. Kaekley A. C. Holt . W. S. Beckett . J. W. Clegg . E. R. Cranberry E. W. Hawkins L. C. Hays . A. C. Holt . O. F. House J. B. Kaekley . J. B. Lindsey . L. M. Moye . M. D. Sims . D. E. Cavenaugh R. L. Creamer . C. Gavin . W. D. Hall . . H. D. McDonald . Vice-President . . . Secretary . ., . . Treasurer ED- SRALQBERRY FCS! ent MEMBERS J. R. Neve s... . '38 R. T. Coffer R. Smith . . . '38 E. Coleman . E. Camp . . '39 A. C. Dylces T. E. Doster . . '39 W. H. Ector D. G. Ewen . . '39 S. B. Ezell . W. C. Gibson . . '39 M. C. Hageny . . J. W. Hammond . . '39 W. H. Howland . W. M. Koenig . . '39 W. Jeffcott . . W. J. Melsany . . '39 D. E. Lackey . C. E. Person . . '39 H. LaRocl-ie . . B. Reed . . . . '39 E. W. Mcpl-ierson . . W. J. stevens . . '39 C. F. Myers . . H. Boswell . . '40 A. Page . . C. E. Brandon . . '40 W. H. Slmumalcer . T. P. Broolcs . . '40 C. R. Woocl . D. Coclmran . . . '40 f' QPF! as ik, ,aw V .av he bb ff in ... ne"'0' if D11 3 'I 5 'I as Pl-II DELTA TI-IETA Founded at M1'am1i Unfversfty, Oxford, Ohio, fn 1848. Fraternity totals at fresent one hundred and three chabters fn forty-five states, Canada, and Nova Scotia, wftlz a membersfzff of 42,000 men. C .as 9 .' r LW! .. la AV .... .2 'NT "', P Q V- --,' , :rb L A f " ,..s, ZF' ' .L -- N," 1 X ' " s 1 9 Q 6 Q F F' - n R. A. Beard . . H. B. Boulware . W. L. Carver . F. H. Dobbins . D. L. Echols . I. D. Finley . . J. M. Fitzsimons W. Grant . . I. H. Mann . . J. G. Parks . L. S. Poer . . W. H. Roberts . C. W. Smith . E. S. Tharpe . R. P. Aldridge . W. E. Banks . T. W. Barnes . 1. P. Byrd . . W. C. Campbell J. L. Chivington W. A. Cotten . J. L. Edwards, Jr. L. A. Gulley . R. W. Hackett . S. N. Holditch . F. L. Humphrey, Jr. D n OFFICERS D. L. Echols . . president J. G. Parks, J Secretary J. D. Treasurer W. L. Carver Regiorter MEMBERS J. F. Hutchinson . G. C. McKenzie . '39 L. K. Jordan . . W. Rimmer . . '39 E. Klein . . E. B. Sutton . . . '39 O. H. Lang . . G. Thrash . . . . '39 P. L. Martin . H. H. Turner, Ir. . . '39 C. N. Mills . . C. G. Voorhis . . '39 H. G. Moore . C. Bagwell, Jr. . . '40 G. T. Rickett . . W. R. Beard . . '40 J. Riclcett . . D. Cheatwood . . '40 F. L. Shackelford, Ir. P. Clay . . . . '40 T. F. Sims . . . R. Dunson, Jr . '40 E. Solomon . . . M. Fitch . . . . '40 T. D. Strickland, Jr. T. K. Green, Jr . '40 H. G. Webb . . G. Harris . . . . '40 L. Williams . . W. B. Houseal, . 40 J. B. Addy . . R. Ison . . . . '40 R. E. Anderson . . E. Kerr . . . . '40 J. F. Backus, Jr. . D. Maclntyre . . '40 J. L. Brooks . . Malone . . . '40 P. Burton . . C. Merrill, Jr. . '40 J. S. Cheek . . W. Mitchell . . . '40 R. Coates . . W. B. Munroe . . '40 E. C. Coleman, Jr. . R. Murphy . . '40 H. C. Dunson . . A. Roach . . . '40 W. W. Henderson . G. Roberts . . '40 J. C. Hunter . . W. Wilson . . '40 D. L. ECHOLS President I ectfcgfail C . effrz CA.ti!9fet First Row: ADDY, ALDRIDGE, ANDERSON, BAGWELL, BARNES, BEARD, R., BEARD, W. R., BOULWARE, BROOKS CAMPBELL. Second Row: CARVER, CI-IEATWOOD, CHEEK, CHIVINGTON, CLAY, COTTEN, DUNSON, H., DUNSON J., EDWARDS, FINLEY. Third Row: FITCH, FITZSIMONS, GRANT, GREEN, GULLEY, HARRIS, HENDERSON, HOLDITCH HOUSEAL, HUMPHREY. Fourth Row: HUNTER, HUTCHINSON, ISON, JORDAN, KERR, KLEIN, LANG, MacINTYRE MALONE, MANN. Fifth Row: MARTIN, MERRILL, MITCHELL, MUNROE, MURPHY, PARKS, POER, RICKETT, G. RICKETT, J., RIMMER. Sixth Row: ROACH, ROBERTS, SHACKELFORD, SIMS, SMITH, SOLOMON, STRICKLAND SUTTON, THARPE, THRASH. Seventh Row: TURNER, WEBB, WILLIAMS, WILSON, VOORHIS. f fer First Row: BLACK ECKER EHRLICH Second Row: GASSENHEI MER GIGES GOLDSTEIN Third Row: Fourth HORNSTEIN KWILECK! LEVIN Row: REISMAN SCI-IWARTZ STRAUSS PHI EPSILQN PI Founded at Cfty College of New York 1'n 1904. Ar fresent has thirty-two active chafters and thfrty-eight alumna' chapters, wfth a membership totaling 3,800. X1' Chapter fnstaned on the Tech campus fn 1916. OFFICERS L. Fuchs . . . . . . President S. Ehrlich . . Vfce-Presrclent L. Schwartz . . Secretary I. Gassenheimer . . . Treasurer LOUIS FUCHS S. B. Ehrlich . L. Fuchs . . R. D. Reisman . H. M. Strauss, Ir. . E. Black, Jr. . I. G asse nheimer . L. D. Eckcr . MEMBERS 37 H . M. Giges . '37 D. J. Goldstein '37 I. Hornstein . '37 R. B. Levin . '38 J. L. Schwartz '38 J. '39 G. Kwilecki x S. B. Rymer . J. E. Wood . J. D. Braeaela . S. B. Rymer . A. J. Valdes . J. D. Whorton . I. D. Brasfreld . E. C. Guilford . H. H. Schroeder . J. E. Wood . . L. C. Books . I. Bull . R. Bull . R. A. Fry . . B. F. Mccinney . BRADFORD RYM ER President PI-II GAMMA DELTA Founded at fefferson College, Cannonslaurg, Pennsylvanfa, fn 1848. Although organfzecf as a Southern grouf, pin' Gamma Delta became national in scofe foffowfng the Cfvfl War. Gamma Tau Chabter ESfL1b77'S11.3d fn 1926. OFFICERS . . . . presfcfent . .Secretary . . . . . . Treasurer MEMBERS '37 I. D. Sewell . . '39 '37 R. L. Shephard . . '39 '37 W. H. Weave . . '39 '38 E. M. Wheby . . '39 '38 L. A. Wolf . . . . '39 '38 L. R. Woodworth . . '39 '38 A. Jared . . . . '40 '39 W. C. Mahoney . . '40 '39 E. Stewart . . . '40 '39 1. M. Thomas . . '40 '39 O. Valdes . '40 '39 I Cf! Li 144, 141, Li - E IL li X7 6 'C J First Row: BOOKS, BRASFIELD, BULL, I., BULL, R., FRY. Second Row: GUILFORD, MAHONEY, MCGINNEY SCHROEDER, SHEPHARD. Third Row: STEWART, THOMAS, VALDES, A., VALDES, O., WHEBY. Fourth Row WHORTON, WOLF, WOOD, WOODWORTH. CJ! Aa ,L CAQWH First Row: BEALL BOOKER COLSON Second Row: HAYES HITE HUIE Third Row: JOHNSON, D JOHNSON, G MOORE Fourth Row: NEAL ORRIN OSIECKI PI-II KAPPA SIGMA Founded at the Unfversfty of Pennsyfvanfa fn 1850, as a national fraternity. Local chapter was estaznffshed in 1904, seventh fraternity to be founded on the campus, and the first chabter to own its own house. OFFICERS M. Colson . . . . . . President J. E. Hite. Jr. . . Vice-President R. W. Mundy . . Secretary E. A. Hayes . . . Treasurer MARIQN COI-SQN President MEMBERS M. C. Colson . . . '37 H. B. Plummer H. G. Beall . . '38 P. H. Reynolds J. E. Hite . . '38 W. H. Tanner D. Johnson . . '38 E. A. Hayes . G. Johnson, Ir. . . '38 T. A. Osiecki . H. Moore, Ir. . . '38 C. D. Booker . R. W. Mundy . . '38 E. L. Huie, Jr. C. M. Neal . . '38 R. C. Orrin . .... X X S ff?-on 3? 5 f 1 1 ' 5' f,f,.x 'Rigg- W 'G' , iii f" iffy' Eze F. E. Floyd J. S. Fraser W. A. Miner J. F. Guest . . W. Mathews . M. V. Miltiades J. C. Beall . . F. E. Floyd . . I. S. Fraser . W. G. Ingram . W. A. Miller . F. L. Peters . N. V. Pulignano FRANK FLOYD President K A P P A T A U Founded at M'7'Gm7' Un1'vers1'ty, Oxford, Ohro, in 1906. Became national by the union of three SOC7'Zt7'eS. A Yocal grouf, P4 Lambda Delta, was esfalnffslzecl as the Algflza R710 Chapter 1'n 1929. OFFICERS MEMBERS W. F. srokey . W. E. Frederieks C. D. Kitchens R. B. McIntosh W. L. Roux . N. L. Holland . W. B. Seals . H. V. smith . L. Vi.-.yard . . . presrczent Vrce-President . Secretary and Treasurer . '38 . '39 . '39 . '39 . '39 . '40 . '40 . '40 . '40 WA. JZA.. CMM.. First Row: BEALL, FREDERICKS, GUEST, HOLLAND, INGRAM. Second Row: KITCHENS, MILLER, MILTIADES, PULIGNANO, SEALE. Third Row: SMITH, STOKEY, VINYARD, PETERS, FRASER. Fourth Row: ALLIO, ROUX. K, A 1 ,,:, f - - - -- - ff- ,rrmm 3 ujL53?H -'TLA I r r- ' Q- r L Y. f f, ' -vf ' f 'rf ,xl r L2 ps -.AM..L.,-n.A.L1.,x ,W,,,4M,Qv ' .-. 'L MN rr'--fi-.., ,,.,. --mvxxxy Tr, Bf ...flamm X wfewn C44 fm First Row: ALMOND CARPENTER CLARK CLYATT COLLINS Second Row: CUSI-IING ELLIOTT EVANS I-IICKLIN KONEMANN Third Row: Fourth MQGRANN MQKINNON MOORE, R. MOORE, R. PAINTER Row: POWELL RALLS SI-IOEMAKER SI-IELOR SMITI-I, G. E Fifth Row: WILSON STOLLARD WAITS WINN E P PHI SIGMA KAPPA Founded at Massachusetts State Colfege fn 1873, and remafned fn Northeast until 1900, when a bolfcy of national expansion was adopted. Has forty-n1'ne clzabters at fresent, the Tech group Znefng fnstaned fn 1923. OFFICERS H. E. Smith . .... . . president G. E. Smith W. D. Evans D. D. Elliott . W. N. Clyatt . J. C. McKinnon H. E. Smith . J.H.Sto1larcl . C. E. Waits . H. V. Almond R. R. Collins . D. D. Elliott . W. D. Evans . M. Konemann . W. C. Painter C. T. Shelor . J. H. Carpenter M. R. Clark . . ViC6'PT6SiCZe71f . . Secretary . TT6GSuT6f MEMBERS . '37 R. G. Cushing . '37 A. C. Lett . . . '37 J. H. MeGrann . '37 R. E. Moore . . '37 R. P. Moore . '38 J. W. Relle . . '38 C. R. Shoemaker . '38 J. Simmons . . '38 G. E. Smith . . '38 E. G. Wilson, Jr. . . '38 W. T. Winn . . '38 W. Hicklin . . '39 W. Powell . . 13955 G. Wright . HUGH SMITH President X.. 3 ff! QQ 33. ii' ,, 9 es, x iw. Fx UH G A :V , y fl l'tfQ,W'. S. K. Neill . . J. M. Townsend . F. C. Jones . C. H. Ris . J. C. Betty . A. M. Eldridge . . W. B. yon Friedrich S. K. Neill . . . C. H. Ris . R. Shepley . I. E. Watters . R. D. Ballantyne . T. J. Ebdon . . C. W. Horton . G. S. Peffall . SIDNEY NEILL President Pl KAPPA ALPHA Founded at the Unfversfty of Vrrginra in 1868, and became na- tfonal in 1909. Ar present, eighty-two chapters in thirty-six states form the fraternfty, with a membership of about 30.000, The local chapter was installed in 1904. OFFICERS . . . . . Presfcfent . . Vice-President . . Secretary . Treasurer MEMBERS J. W. Speck ..... '38 T. J. Daber . . . '40 J. W. Thomason . . '38 W. J. Forsythe . . '40 I. M. Townsend . . '38 H. K. Fuller . '40 P. P. Balls . . . '39 G. D. Hoyt . . '40 R. L. Cornell . . '39 J. B. Lawrence . . '40 H. J. Frank . . '39 C. D. Mabry . . '40 E. C. Horton . . '39 W. T. Stuart . . '40 F. C. Jones . . . '39 W. B. Wood . . '40 D. L. Russell. Jr. . . '39 W. W. Woods . . '40 M. I. Scavens . . '39 N. A. Zambor-sky . . '40 R. F. Schildgen . . '39 M. M. Zemek . . '40 O Eeffri C-A.1Zrj0iC'ZI First Row: BALLANTYNE, BALLAS, BETTY, CORNELL, DABER, EBDON. Second Row: ELDRIDGE, FORSYTHE, FUL LER, HORTON, HOYT, JONES. Third Row: LAWRENCE, MABRY, PEFFALL, RIS, RUSSELL, SCAVENS. Fourth Row SHEPLEY, SCHILDCSEN, STUART, SPECK, TI-IOMASON, TOWNSEND. Fifth Row: WATTERS, WOOD, WOODS, ZAM BORSKY, ZEMEK. alfa C44 lfez First Row: ADAMS ALLISON ASHBY BARN ETT BENN ETT BOOKER Second Row: BOY, D. BOY, J. BUTLER CROCKER, D. CROCKER, J. CUNNINGI-IAM Third Row: Fourth DYE FORTNER FRY GAINEY GORDY HOOKS Row: HOWELL JOHNSTON KENT KERBY KN EISEL LEAKE Fifth Row: LEWIS LINDSAY MILLER MONTGOMERY MCCAMY NORRIS Sixth Row: O'BRIAN PAULK PAGELSON POPE PRYER RAMAGE Seventh Row: Eighth RIDINGS ROACI-I RUSE SCHOTANUS SIMONS STEVENSON Row: SWEET VERDERY WATKINS WILLIAMS P I K A P P A P I-1 I Founded by three men at the College of Charles- ton, Charleston, S. C., 1'n 1904. Became natfonaf 1'n 1907, and now has sixty-two chapters at fearl- 1'ng colleges. Iota Chabter installed at Tech 1'n 1913. G.W.Lokey J. C. Crocker D. C. Boy . D. C. Boy . J. C. Croeker D. C. Johnston G. W. Lokey J. B. Ramage D. F. Ridings J. W. Rooney H. M. Verdery R. A. Verolier R. M. Sweet C. R. Simons H. H. Adams C. M. Barnett J. B. Boy . D. S. Crocker J. H. Gordy C. R. Johnston P. E. Leake OFFICERS . '37 . '37 . '37 . '37 . '37 . '37 . '37 . '37 . '37 . '37 . '37 . '38 . '38 . '38 . '38 . '38 . '38 . '38 President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS A. R. Lewis . J. P. Morgan . D. D. O'Brian . W. D. Panlk . H. W. Sams . D. A. Stevenson P. Williams . R. W. Allison . D. P. Butler . A. R. Hooks . R. K. Howell . C. F. Kent . . C. R. Lindsay . F. R. Montgomery . W. M. Pope . C. S. Roach . D. C. Watkins . R. B. Williams GEORGE LOKEY President W. B. Ashby . W. F. Bennett . . M. P. Booker . . P. D. Cunningham . H. A. Dye . . . M. J. Fortner . T. A. Fry . D. J. Gainey . W. D. Kerby . E. B. Kneisel . . H. T. MeCamy . F. D. Miller . W. E. Norris E. Pagelson . S. G. Pryer C. K. Ruse . . . W. M. Schotanus . QD ae' I 5 :dr .gi-' 7-S. " "nt, 1 'vet on. 2 Ulf f no Ji. fi' WI' ' .mf ' 'QCA .Qi D. D. Long . L. Spencer . P. Munroe . W. G. Eager . D. G. Anderson . J. F. Alexander . W. C. Dean . . W. G. Eager . . J. R. Fitzpatrick . T. T. Flagler . Y. F. Freeman . D. D. Long . . R. H. MeKown . G. G. Morrison . L. Spencer . H. W. Swift . C. A. Biclcerstaff . W. B. Doe . . W. Eve .... N. C. Harrison, Jr. F. R. Harsh . . . F. W. Holt . DAVE LONG President SIGMA ALP!-IA EPSILCDN Founded at the University of Alabama in 1856. The fraternity naw totals one hundred and efght chabters, with a membership of over 42.000, Georgia Phi was installed at Teeh fn 1890, the second national fraternity to eame onto the campus. OFFICERS . . . . . president . . Vice-president . . Secretary . Treasurer MEMBERS J. B. Holst . . . . '38 R. W. Murpliey . . '39 B. P. Jones . '38 H. B. Nelson . '39 W. G. Kirst . . Rhodes . '39 P. Munroe C. Simpson . '39 S. Newton . H. Smith . . . '39 E. Rees . . E. W. Smith . . . '39 F. Young . . D. Tennison, Jr. . '39 S. W Doe . . H. C. Tilforcl . . . '39 M. T. Campen . A. Wilcox . . '39 C. H. Duncan . G. Alkep. . . '40 T. M Furlow . G. F. B633 '.,- . '40 J. W Greene . W. B. Estes X '40 E. W Hall . I. M. Massey .' '40 E. B. Irwin . . E. Mfiizenegna-. . '40 F. M. Legg . . . R. B. Toy . . '40 H. L. Mccommon . C. Vance ,,. . '40 C. S. McGehee . . . '40 D. Mumford . 7, J. G. Whitaker qu if ,- Uvtyiti CfAcl!'1f6'C First Row: ALLEN, ANDERSON, BICKERSTAFF, BUNN, DEAN, DOE, W., DOE, S., CAMPEN, DYKES. Second Row EAGER, ESTES, EVE, FLAGLER, FREEMAN, FURLOW, GREENE, I-IALL, I-IARRISON. Third Row: I-IARSI-I, I-IOLT HOLST, IRWIN, KIRST, LECSG, MASSEY, MQCOMMON, MCGEI-IEE. Fourth Row: MCKOWN, MORRISON, MUN- FORD, MUNROE, MURPI-IY, NELSON, NEWTON, PAINE, RANSOM. Fifth Row: REES, RI-IODES, SMITI-I, I-I. SMITI-I, W., SPENCER, SWIFT, TENNISON, TILFORD, TOY. Sixth Row: VANCE, WARNOCK, WI-IITAKER, WIL COX, YOUNG. 1 era .rg C46 fm First Row: ALLEN ANDERSON BAILEY BAKER BENTON BUTLER Second Row: COGBURN CONKLIN DEKLE DeMERITT DUKES DUNBAR Third Row: Fourth DURGAN DUSENBERRY FAN NON FOOTE GARN ER HALL Row: HAYES HOPE HORINE JAMES KESLER LADYNSKI Fifth Row: LONG MALZONE MAYHEW MATTHEWS MCNENNEY M ERRILL Sixth Row: MION RIMMER RYAN, J. RYAN, S. SEYDEL SHOAF Seventh Row: SMITH TAYLOR TILLERY WILLIAMSON VOORHIS SIG MA CI-II Founded at M1'am1' University, Oxford, Ohfa, in 1855. Sigma Cin' now totals nfnety-two chap- ters, the local groub befng installed after Pi Affha Sfgma had betftfonecl 1'n 1922. G. H. Hightower F. S. Hall . . W. O. Balmer . R. O. Conklin . J. H. Bailey . E. J. Benton . R. O. Conklin . F. W. DeMerict . F. S. Hall . . G. H. Hightower . G. M. Hope . W. W. Horine . H. W. Ladynski . E.Malzone . . R. M. Matthews . R. Merrill . . W.MeNenney . D.Rimn-ier .A OFFICERS . . . . President . Vice-Presizfent . . Secretary . Treasurer MEMBERS . '37 C. Ryan . . . '37 G. C. Taylor . . '37 T. R. Allen . . . '37 W. C. Baker . . '37 J. C. Cogburn . . . . '37 D. Dekle . . . '37 R. Durgan . . . '37 W. H. James . . '37 C. R. Long' . . . '37 C. A. Mayhew . . . '37 R. A. Smith . . . '37 R. Voorlmis . . . '37 D. Butler . . '37 H. Hayes . C. I. T. R. J. GEORGE HIGHTOWER President A. Mion, Jr. . R. Seydel . W. Tillery . C. Anderson . H. Dukes . H. Dunbar . . M M G. T. S. I. C. I. . R. Dusenberry . . B. Fannon . . P. Foote . E. Garner . Kesler S. Ryan . . C. Shoal . B. Williamson . tiki 'tiki y ,Q r Q S I G M A N U lm W Founded at the V1'rg1'n1'a M1'f1'tary Institute, 1'n 1869. Orfgfnatecl 42 5' N .,Mw,22Ku":, 44 ' I W , .fy ff' if fr. ,, r-. Q ' F- Y rf, u -U ' A 'Q '4 af K ,- Rv, v' " ' 'fr F . . . . him W I' f, from the Leg1on of Honor, a secret m1l1tary soc1ety. Now has M ' 113 chafaters over the country, Gamma Afpha Cluzfter lvefng founclecl at Tech rn 1895. 1 OFFICERS E. F. Cox . . . . . . . President J. Harrison . . Vice-presrcfent M. A. Hudson . . Recorder D. E. Lee . . . Treasurer MEMBERS G. M. Allen . D. A. Graham . . '39 E. F. Cox . W. J. I'Iog'an . . '39 J. S. Harrison . F. W. Nicholson . '39 E. S. Lanier J. L. Mann . . . '39 D. E. Lee . B. Smith . . '39 R. M. Mendez S. A. Stone . . '39 R. Childs . G. P. Ford . . . '40 J. E. Haile . C. N. Mayo . . '40 M. A. Hudson . W. E. Petway . . '40 L. M. Larkin . C. P. Richards . . '40 M. K. Smith . M. Swartz . . '40 C. E. Samford . . '38 J. L. Taaffe . . '40 C. G. Giles . . '39 !Qlil4fllfMLi 5!!!9Ad CA6i!7llE'C President First Row: ALLEN, FORD, GILES, GRAHAM, HAILE, HARRISON. Second Row: HOGAN, HUDSON, LANIER LARKIN, LEE, MAYO. Thrrd Row: MENDEZ, MANN, NICHOLSON, PETWAY, RICHARDS, SMITH, B. Fourth Row SMITH, M., STONE, SAMFORD, SWARTZ, TAAFFE. 'cgia Aa few: First Row: CARR CONWAY COOK GHEESLING GOULDING Second Row: GRETZINGER HALMAN HILL HUBBELL IRBY Third Row: Fourth Fifth R KENDRICK KRAUSS MASON MURPHY NAPIER Row: NEISIUS O'OUINN POWELL SALCEDO SLATON OWZ TANNER WILLIS WOMACK SIGMA PI-II EPSILCDN Founded at the Unfversfty of R1'c11monc1, Rich- mond, V1'rg1'n1'a, in 1901, where 1't was or1'g1'naNy known as the "Saturday Nfght Club." Consists of sixty-e1'ght chafters, the local grouf befng rn- staffecl 1'n 1907. L. J.O'Ca1laghan W. A. O'Quinn. J L. E. Hubbell . R. E. Gretzinger F. R. Goulding, III L. I. O'Ca1laglian J. H. Powell . . H. V. Cook . R. J. Daniel . R. E. Gretzinger . R. M. Halman . T. L. Hill . . L. E. Hubbell . . E. W. Irby . T. Y. Mason . . W. A. O'Quinn . J. Bradshaw . . J. T. Kendrick . OFFICERS president . Vice-Presrcfent . . Treasurer . Secretary MEMBERS . '37 N. C. Napier . '37 W. V. Neisius . '37 E. B. Slaton . . '38 A. A. Salcedo . . '38 T. S. Womack . '38 H. W. Conway . '38 L. L. Carr . . '38 H. C. Gheesling, Jr. . '38 J. E. Kirk . . '38 D. R. Krause . '38 F. M. Murphy . '38 L. O'Callagl-ian, Jr. . . '39 R. M. Tanner. Jr. . . '39 W. P. Willis. Jr. JIMMY OCALLAGHAN President O1 'Q cj. 'ov .QT ., F A 'Y' ' "en '0' Ysf 'ga F 'fr Q 'Pi 0" Qhinxy 44. ', Q" 1, Fe!! ill '- 'Q' ,f",,"'iP QT L? if :M bi. A in ik dr fb- N. Weber . R. Weinstein . . L. Goldman . Silver . . Frank . . M. Friseh . N. Weber . R. Weinstein . J. B arre tt . B. Marks . B. Nechemias Silver . . J. Freedman . B. Goldstein . D. Grossman . HARRY WEBER President TAU EPSILCN PI-II Founded at Cofumbfa University, fn 1910, as a girofessfonaf fra- ternfty. Changed to a natfonaf collegiate fraternity in 1913. The pin' Chafter was estalvffslzecl here in 1922. OFFICERS . . . President . Vice-presfclent . Secretary . Treasurer MEMBERS . '37 M. E. Hoffman . . '39 . '37 R. Osmalov . . '39 . '37 I. B. Press . . '39 . '37 H. Saminsky . . '39 . '38 R. G. Cohn . . '40 . '38 D. Falk . . . '40 '38 R. M. Kessler . . '40 '38 D. Munfer . . '40 . '39 R. W. Pries . '40 . '39 B. E. Segall . . '40 '39 A. Sturm . . '40 Q WA. Cnffre First Row: BARRETT, CO!-IN, FALK, FRANK, FREEDMAN, FRISCI-I. Second Row: GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN, GROSSMAN, HOFFMAN, KESSLER, MARKS. Third Row: MUNTER, NEC!-IEMIAS, OSMALOV, PRESS, PRIES, SAM- INSKY. Fourth Row: SEGALL, SILVER, STURM, WEINSTEIN. C' N lf-J f-5 ,-1 , ' - -rw frmmmg Tr NXQQ3 JSI, 'I Q N -X E J X Q74!! Aa LL CAQ fer First Row: ALSOBROOK BROOKER CURRY DONOVAN Second Row: FRANCA LAWRENCE PAFFORD PEARSON Third Row: Fou rth RICHARDSON SMITH TODD WEBB Row: WEST WHITE TF-IETA Cl-II Founded at Norwfch University in 1856, and has expander! to fts present size of fifty chapters. Alpha Nu was fnstauecl at Tech in 1923, when the petition of Afpha Sigma Tau was presented. OFFICERS F. W. Evans, Jr. . . . . . . president W. G. Smith. Jr. . . Vice-President R. White . . . Secretary R. F. Donovan . . Treasurer MEMBERS F. W. Evans. Jr. . . '37 J. A. Richardson . . '37 W. G. Smith, Jr. . . '37 R. F. Donovan . . '38 F. R. Lanier . . '38 B. R. Alsobrook . . '39 J. W. Curry . . . '39 J. H. Faulk . . '39 M. A. Franca . . '39 L. Lawrence . E. J.P earso n . P. E. Todd . W. A. West . R. J. White . C. I. Booker . W. E. Gregory J. W. Pafford . I. A. Webb . FRANK EVANS President fw- W.. df ' 'JMX' N .2 N. V '-'H is ,I if t ,ff V'0"'.5 A of ffof-',-.'3' 3 7 li'COlLll1i Left, top to bottom: Delta Sigs Adams ancl Wellmeyer enjoying a secret jolce .... Time out at the Kappa Sig lxouse .... More Kappa Slgs, proving' that lt can happen in the South. . . . Sigma Nus resting during the ordeals of Bulldog and Skull and Key inifiefinne. . . . Henk Weinstein of the Tau Eps acting cute. A .i'i:1-1 3 , 5 ' VVVV I , if "' 3 , N X A rw Y . i 3 . M 1 , . Us ,J ' 'I inf?-A YQ A . H 1 ' nw 4B",f,,,, I yfwfvz I ' fi' ' f , at H 7 i'?3fimgaff.ff9'i" lf ' . , 5 . . . ,,,,,,..,kg3p1jlf.e,M-.'g A' ui ' " 'ff ' " . FRATERIXIITIES 141 Sigma Nus maintaining their scholar ' average .... proving that the Phi Kappa Sig cups do have a use .... b'Wattaman" Huh' E. . . . The sweethearts of Sigma Chi. pi K. A. house during homecoming .... fBe10WD A couple of Deltas taking it easy .... House party by the Beta Kappas .... Williams, taking advantage of a quiet moment at the A. T. O. house, tries to get out of school. . . . The Betas go collegiate. Five A. T. O.'s on the house steps. . . . pirate Ball at the Theta Chi house. . A. E. decora- tions for homecoming. . . , The Fijis get clever during homecoming. 1-V 1 SNA it ,.5. ,.,,,..,.A,, , ' i 'I , , C 953 1, fc W Q 7 Q T A U l O Left, top to bottom: Adams, of the Delta Sigs, in good condition. . . . Two birds with one stone-Tharpe of the Thetas and Lambert of the Chi Phis. . . Playtime at the Delter Shelter. . . . The Betas and one of their brawls. . . . The S. P. E.'s en- tertain a prominent guest. T a. 3' , l ffm FRATERNITIES War in front of the Tau Ep house .... Phi Sigma Kappa costume dance. . . . Keeping the Phi Kappa Sig home fires burning .... Putting the Chi Phi frosh through their paces. The Pi K. A.'s play soldier .... QBelowD More party at the Beta Kappa house .... Some of the Chipsi tribe .... S. P. E. hig' shot Oqcallaghan and Ghandi .... Just an old Sigma Nu custom. . . . Fijis posing' for the man. The post-game tea dances at the Chi Phi house. . . . Phi Kappa Sigs looking scholarly. . . . The A. T. O.'s get a man in Bulldog .... The Phi Eps turn gypsy .... Ed Cole, K. A. prexy, and some of the boys. .fix pn. it 'fi if wry 2225? A M QLILLX 1 ,W MM., a a w l I 2-A1 l k , -L ,, f my t n f A ' ,V A h ' -' gif r , A,,. i n 5 yr 5 J WMM' ,X H I A G-,V I '- iv ju. . il? . I .M s n ,c n g ........... ' V M 'U ,J 'x Ax, '5- 2 - M as Slumhertlme among the Thetas. , . Sigma Chis on Sunday .... Louis Fuchs of the Phi Ep . . . A Chi psi makes a clate. A love-making Theta Chi shows us how .... The Phi Delta Theta shielcl slightly out of place. , . S. A. Efs discover the penalty of a big' lawn .... We canst tell you where it is, hut itgs mighty fine. Itqs still sleepy time at the uTheater.M . . . The pi Kappa Phis clutter up the front porch and . welcome 'Bama at homecoming. . . . A Sunday gathering on the Chi Psi lawn. The Phi Sigma Kappaqs way of studying' .... Sigma Chis looking' for another sweetheart. . Right wing of the Pi Kappa Phis. S. 03' N M I I. I T f JM? . irrvxxfwxxqvy nyq kj if f -7'2,f'-fn ZJM r f HH? L f l 'QA WH- I ,iv . K 1 'M 1 MTA lf A F, 'J J ,lf ,.+w -K ,f' g f J X me CQLQR GUARD Jlgfgfaw ' ADMINISTRATION COMMISSIONED OFFICERS Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas H. Jones . . . Major William D. Evans . Major Douglas E. Morrison Major Donald Henley . . Major Edmund Lilly . Major Evan D. Cameron . Captain Fred B. Waters . Captain Edward C. Franklin Lieutenant John B. Allen . . C.A.C. . . . , c.A.c. . , C.A.C. . . . Inf. . Inf. . , 5fg.c. .. . . . C.A.C. . . I ' l LIEUTENANT-COLONEL JONES m NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS Staff Sergeant H. L. Ellis . . . C. A. C. Sergeant R. M. Simms . . C. A. C. Sergeant E. G. Patrick .... C. A. C. Sergeant D. Parchman . . . fnf. Sergeant R. B. Weir ..... Sig. C. ALLEN CAMERON EVANS FRANKLIN HENLEY LILLY MORRISON WATERS ELLIS PATRICK SIMMS WEIR LINDSTROM PRESTGN REGIMENTAI. ' 13.15455 Colonel C. B. Preston .... Regfmentaf Commander Lieutenant-Colonel C. R. Simons . . Executive Officer Major I.1iI1ClS'fI'O1'!1 . . P10718 and Tfafning OILFCQ7' Captain L. C. Hays . . Regrlrnentaf Adjutant Captain H. Smith . . . H. Battery REGIMENTAL BAND S. R. Young' ........... Captain D. F. Riclings . . First Lfeutenant SIMONS E. A. Poe . . . . Second Lfeutenant H. W. Ladynski . . . Second Lieutenant LADYNSKI RIDINGS YOUNG HAYS IN I: A N T R V ' FIRSTBATTALIQN BATTALION STAFF J. B. Ramage . ....... Battalion Commander W. S. Beckett . D. L. Eehole . L. Fuchs . . . . . . COMPANY A R. O. Adams . ....- . G. M. Allen . . L. O'Cal1ag'han . R. W. Kestler . D. E. Lee . . G. M. Hope ...... COMPANY B D. C. Boy .......... Captain R. Shepley . . . . First Lieutenant J. W. Guest . . Second Lieutenant L. R. Munroe, Jr. . . Second Lieutenant C. W. Smith . . Second Lieutenant . . Adjutant . plans and Training . Personnei Adjutant . . . Captain . First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant S. K. Neill . R. A. Verdiel' . . H. Swift . . J. A. Blitchington . . . . I. G. Parks, Jr. . RAMAGE . . . . . . . . Captain . First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant ADAMS ALLEN BECKETT BLITCHINGTON BOY ECHOLS FUCHS KESTLER MUNROE NEI'-L SHEPLEY SMITH SWIFT VERDIER MCKOWN D. G. Anderson F. B. Ragland . J. C. Betty . E. S. Lanier M. R. Blume . H. S. Barnes . R. W. Kuettner E. S. Tharpe . J. D. Finley . J. C. CCDAST SECOND BATTALIQIXI R. H. McKoWn . Croley . H. J. Keefer . W. Y. C. Deen . N. M. Frisch . D. C. Johnston . W. F. Bosky . W. Smith . . G. N. BATTERY E BATTERY F H. D. Emmert, Jr. . . T. M. Sparks . F. DeMeritt R. D. Reisman Eisenhart . . . . . Cabtafn . Ffrst Lfeutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lfeutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant . . . '. Ca1Sta1'n . Ffrst Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lfeutenant Second Lfeutenant Second L1eutenant . . . . . . . Battaffon Commander . . Adjutant . . . . . Pfans and Training . . . Caftafn . First Lfeutenant Second Lfeutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lfeutenant Second Lfeutenant Mqjmw, if ,X 5' cm Nm M250 9' If ' , Qfmi' Dj 32101 4' we f L 6 1 7 3 Pg' xl fi Sl ,251 - S .1 ,-Q ME- Ein - ef f IUWIWHTITUWTWH , ANDERSON BARNES BETTY EISENHART , EMMERT HODGDON NAPIER PIKE PURDOM AR R. D. Johnston J.S.Cook . . I. Lipton . . W. Delaney . R. N. Merrill . R. E. Slay . . E. Benton . O. R. Link . . R. H. Dunlop, Jr. . P. Purdom T C. W. Stone . E. Malzone . W. L. Willcox M. H. Bradley H. R. Weinstein ILLERY THIRD BATTALIQN BATTALION STAFF Battalfon Commander . . . Caftafn Ffrst Lfeutenant Second Lfeutenant Second Lfeutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lfeutenant II! 3' '-I '-I E3 4 E3 I C3 'ffl 77 --C ,O . ' v-5, F mcncnu. 3. NNNN - 9, coo:-.":j onecle. Q amnzg- 3. 51.9-.DQD..1+ QQ ?????' gm fm'm'm'm'm' gli 2:22:13 QQ, 333339 N-2 nxanz? 53 meaning. 3: iiiii: we W IP '-l '-l F11 77 'Q P-4 6 I Z CD -4 O Z 'I-"T" B. Napier . E. Love . . C. H. Rie, Jr. . H. K. Pike . . G. K. Selden, Jr F. E. Hodgdon . . . Cabtafn . Ffrst Lfeutenant Second Lfeutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lfeutenant Second Lfeutenant BLUME BOSKY BRADLEY COOK CROLEY DEAN DELANEY D MERNTT LVPT VE MALZONE MERRILL KEEPER KUETTNER LANIER UNK ON LO SELDEN SLAY SMITH SPARKS STONE THARPE WILLCOX SIGNAL CQIQIDS FQURTH BATT!-xuom G. V. Bussey . FIRST SECTION BATTALION STAFF . Battalion Commander W. C. Norton . . . Adjutant L. F. Hutchins . Plans and Trafning BUSSEY COMPANY K T. M. Wight . ..... . . . Captain W. S. Brown . Ffrst Lfeutenant ' A. E. Goode . . Second Lfeutenant COMPANY L J. F. Guest . ........ Caftafn M. V. Miltiades . First Lieutenant I. V. Doriot . . Second Lfeutenant D. H. Curry . . Second Lieutenant COMPANY M H. W. Witte ......... Captain K. Douglas . . Ffrot Lfeutenant B. H. Keyserling' . . second Lfeutenant .' fmmfbz "Tx " Q we fa ff?-giliggifgf gr, 0 , A fli Q 1 Sak - IIEIIIHIMWHWUWL XZ, BETHUNE GUEST BLONDET MENDEZ GOODE MILTIADES FIRST an T. R. Hartley . W. H. Duke . J. M. Corral . J. E. Carter . R. M. Mendez . C. A. Brown . R. A. Hudson . G. R. Bethune . S. B. Neister . . W. M. Thompson . J. A. Potter . H. R. Mincy . elm! OIQDNANCE .5 SECOND SECTIONS SECOND SECTION BATTALION STAFF Battaffon Commander . . Adjutant Pfans and Training personnel Adjutant COMPANY K COMPANY L W. D. Harper . . . A. S. Kovalfsky G. Burkett R. H. Hjelmfelt . . . Cabtafn First Lfeutenant Second Lfeutenant Second Lfeutenant Secoml Lfeutenant Second Lieutenant . . . Caftafn . First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lfeutenant Second Lfeutenant Second Lfeutenant R. E. Corbitt . N. L. Klein . H. H. Blondet . C. A. Loflin, Jr. A. Sinquefleld O COMPANY M HARTLEY Caftafn First Lieutenant Second Lwleutenant Second Lfeutenant Second Lieutenant BROWN, C. BROWN, w. CARTER CORBITT CORRAL DORIOT DUKE HARPER HJELMFELT HUDSON HUTCHINS REYSERLTNO KOVALSKY LOFLIN NORTON POTTER SINOUEFIELD THOMPSON WIGHT J V E . COMMISSIONED OFFICERS ADMINISTRATION Captain R. M. Fawell ....... U. 5. N Commander R. S. Haggart . . . . U. 5. N Lieutenant Commander W. W. Pace . U. S. N Lieutenant Commander J. B. Carter U. S. N Lieutenant S. F. Oden . . . . U. 5. N Lieutenant T. M. Dykers . . U. S. N CAPTAIN FAWELL PETTY OFFICERS . Chief Petty Officer T. A. Howard, Jr. Chief Petty OH'-icer H. R. Chambers Chief Petty Officer E. Anheir Chief Petty Officer E. H. Kinney CARTER DYKERS HAGGART ODEN PACE ANHEIR CHAMBERS HOWARD KINNEY QA. - NAVY BATTALION BATTALION STAFF D. D. Long . ..... Battalion Commander W. E. Wallace . . Battalion Sub-Commander R. H. Fagan . . . . . Battafron Adjutant J. M. Fitzsimons ..... Battalion Quartermaster FIRST COMPANY . L J. B. Kackley ....... Comfany Commander LONG H. L. Plage . . . Platoon Commander W. N. Clyatt . . . platoon Commander SECOND COMPANY THIRD COMPANY A. H. Jensen . . . Company Commancler M. D. Sims . . . Company Commander F. W. Evans . platoon Commander Moore . . Pfatoon Commander W. L. Carver . Pfatoon Commander H. Taylor . . platoon Commander CARVER CLYATT EVANS FAGAN JENSEN KACKLEY LAMBERT MOORE PLACE SiMS TAYLOR WALLACE SIMONS R. O. Adams D. G. Anderson W. S. Beckett G. R. Bethune D. C. Boy G. Burkett I. S. Cook J. G. Croley W. Y. C. Dean W. Delaney SCABBARD .M BLADE "M" COMPANY, SECOND REGIMENT .Natfonaf conegfate m1'71'tary socfety, founded at University of W1'sconsrn fn 1904. Loca? group established in 1921. Membersh1'b comboseaf of outstanatfng cadet officers 1'n m171'tary anal navaf R. T. units. OFFICERS C. R. Simons . ........ Ca tam J. M. Corral . . First Lreutenant D. D. Long . . Second Lieutenant H. Smith . . . First Sergeant MEMBERS D. L. Eehols H. D. Emmert A. C. Holt R. A. Hudson A. H. Jensen R. D. Johnston J. B. Kackley W. A. Linclstrom R. H. McKoWn R. M. Mendez L. R. Munroe W. C. Norton H. L. Plage C. B. Preston J. B. Ramagfe M. D. Sims E. S. Tharpe W. E. Wallace T. M. Wight ADAMS ANDERSON BECKETT BETHUNE BOY COOK CORRAL CROLEY DEAN DELANEY ECHOLS EMMERT HUDSON JENSEN JOHNSTON KACKLEY LINDSTROM LONG MCKOWN MENDEZ MUNROE NORTON PLAGE PRESTON RAMAGE SIMS SMITH THARPE WALLACE WIGHT QR ARMY Q7 Ae RIFLE TEA ARMY Lieutenant B. Allen Sergeant D. B. Weir . L. VV. Hubbard J. P. Bowden J. R. Brown R. A. Carl J. T. Cleckley E. C. Coleman J. F. CleCastr0 jk NAVY W. V. Durlcln H. A. Dye M. C. I'lag'eny D. Johnson H. M E. W. W. C. W. C. Lange Lee Lee McCon nell . Coach . . . Coach . . Caftafn A. C. Ormond J. H. Phillips R. W. Pries A. Raettlg' C. S. Roach R. Roberts C. K. Ruse NAVY MS Lieutenant Commancler B. Carter . . Coach Chief Gunnerls Mate H. R. Clxamlaers . . Coaeh R. E. Burlcs .......... Cabtam R. D. Ballantyne G. F. Bunn L. L. Carr M. R. Clark J. M. Fltzslmons S. C. Hale E. E. Hara . Irwin Ivey D. Long' H. MacDonnell . Martin N. May'o . Miller G. G. Morrison F. M. M...p1.,' C. F. M3'ers J. U. Nixon W. E. Paris J. F. Parke. G. T. Waite .1 . INFANTRY Miss DOI'iS Coleman . . . Major B. Ramage Miss Ruth Slack . . . . . Captain D. Boy Miss Jacqueline Little . . . Captain W. S. Beckett Miss Anne Purnell . . . Captain R. O. Adams, Jr. Miss Barbara Harrison . . . Captain K. Neill COAST ARTILLERY Miss Laurana Lyon . . . Miss Alice Garner .... Miss Evelyn Brannen . Miss Dot Bagwell . . . Miss Mary C. Matthews . . Miss Mary Leverett . Miss Caroline Lanier Miss Dorothy Beall . . Miss Patsey McCann . . Major R. H. McK0wvn Major R. D. Johnston Captain J. G. Croley Captain W. Y. C. Dean Captain P. W. Pordoni . Captain J. B. Napier . Captain J. S. Cook . Captain H. J. Keeler . Captain H. Smith Miss Julia Colquitt . . Captain W. Delaney., Jr. Miss Beth Tharpe . . . Captain E. Tharpe SIGNAL CORPS Miss Carmelita Robert . . Miss Mary Sanford . . Miss Margaret Taylor . Miss Katlyn Smith . . Miss Margaret Hansell . . Miss Lillian Broward . Miss Rose Leigh Baldwin . . Miss Jane Holt . . . 9' M111- ffl, i F ,gz,'-fu?-1arf"4, ...fi y 1, ' 5 Tir? l Ll Ullllllllllllllllllllllll X X Captain R. M. Menclez . Captain R. E. Corbitt Captain H. W. Witta Captain R. A. Hudson . Captain J. A. Potter Captain T. M. Wight Captain L. F. Hutchins Captain R. M. Jones W M 3 O N :'H,.Q1,. ' . Q xii!!! M fan ,J X Q . .,, A f 5 E Ap ' R w 1 M7 a- iv- , - ff' f fr --'F ,. PRESTON COLEMAN LINDSTROM ROBERT SANFORD DUNN LYON BATTEY BRANNEN TAYLOR FAMBROUGH GARNER BEAM BAGWELL SMITH 5 6 -..mf THE SPCDNSQIQS REGIMENTAL STAFF Mrs. Charles Preston . ........, ..... C olonel C. B. Preston Miss Doris Dunn . . ......... . Lieutenant-Colonel C. R. Simons Mrs. A. Linclstrom . .......... . . . Major W. A. Lindstrom REGIMENTAL BAND Miss Henrie Hall . ......... . Captain R. Young NAVY Miss Jean Fambrougli . . . . Miss Joan Battey . Miss Barbara Beam Miss Ellen Southwell . . Company Commander A. H. Jensen Miss Sara K. Sutman . .............. Company Commander R. H. Fagan . . . Commander D. D. Long . . . Sub-Commander W. E. Wallace . . . Company Commander IVI. D. Sims fi I MATTHEWS SOUTHWELL LEVERETT LANVER SLACK LLTTLE PURNELL BEALL HANSELL MCCANN COLOUITT HARRISON HALL THARPE SUTMAN BROWARD BALDWIN HOLT QA. S. R. Young' . D. F. Ridings . H. W. Laclynski E. A. Poe . E. L. Green . J. W. Speck . J. B. Addy D. A. Ayers C. F. Baker, Ir. J. R. Baxter K. A. Bevins W. R. Bishop C. E. Brandon R. L. Brandon L. E. Brannen R. H. Bretz M. T. Campen J. W. Cherry M. G. Christopher H. V. Cook H. M. Conway MILITARY BAND MEMBERS M. N. Dasher J. R. Dnnson M. R. Dusenbury R. W. Eelris J. I. Elston J. W. Fowler F. H. Gardner J. J. Gennari E. L. Green R. E. Guerin C. E. Hammond F. L. Humphrey E. W. Irby S. Kesler W. P. Laughton R. G. Lyle W. F. McManus S. L. McFarland E. Morelli J. L. Morrison E. Pagelson C. R. P eese G. W. Phillips M. Post C. C. Rippberger R. E. Roberts S. G. Robertson R. L. Roland D. W. Sanders F. W. E. Scott . . Captain First Lieutenant . Second Lieutenant . Second Lieutenant . Drum Major . Drum Major W. L. Shipman F. R. Short O. W. Simmons R. F. Smith J. W. Speelr Q. R. Thomson C. E. Wardle F. K. Webb J. K. Wolford W. B. Wood W. K. Wright S. Yabrow xii 7" , 44 , F f I ii ?' if S, .QV 'V sf fu, N6 H s ,fy if ,"V I asks il f it ' +7 mi ' is R5 vw. my F2755 4 H X ,nflf , , ,-2, '. if rf 1 t , . I L , . 'gi L nfl ' V 3 ' ff f '. ' n ' ' tg - - ' , I in '. P 5 .. 'A ' 01' 7 F 23353 Vg? .,.. "' V1 W t VV V , f - r M - V-. . , - 1 V V . . 1 -H -- V '-', , .Vt 4 V-, - 0 . M: Vq, l f ef, V V i V + A f Q 5 , ff.-,Y-A V' Q We - 1 ' V V W' V if L' 'U 15,-P 1, A X A ? x 51, I 1 VT K V1.1-'T' 5-'Q ,V .V W : 3 V 1 if ,V,.. V na, 1 , if' f if .4 E. f' -H , A "' . ' - ,. V' .L .LV ., g Q V -"ff ..f, V y,,, ,- 1 W V K gg ,, My I , , .V,.,.,,A 1 I 4 , I , q . A, ' .V-: fff- i wa f .,.V Q 'F , 2' X A v ,Fw 'H-fi' . ,, vg. "V ,F ' .,. 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L fa, , ,wi-df TARY NAVY SNAPWS Machine gun work by the infantry. . . Motorized doughlnoys. . . Speakers' stand at the Armis- tice Day ceremony. Infantry at rifle practice. . . . Off moments at Anniston. . . . Doughlaoys, no motors this time. Tech Navy off the Canal Zone .... 155-mm. breech-block pushed around by the C. A. C. while at Barrancas. . . . 10-inch battery at Pensacola. The Infantry Building .... Regulars at Grant Field on Armistice Day. . . . The Regiment watch- ing the Armistice parade from the West Stands. J 0 Me .... Loft, top to bottom: The Navy going through the Canal. . . . Stokes Mortar drill by the infantry. . . . Air Corps demonstration at Anniston. . . . Shore leave at Panama. . . . Ths C. A. C. working on the 155-rifles. . . . part of foot-slogging--wall-climbing. rpg y Zim A 5 R if r 355 ssgffg 4 r ,,.., , A ,. , I is x Q, j y -Xxx 31? y R si A it l r . K Q n 1 r ik 5515 L 9. I K. , i it is 2 as , , 1. In Q1YQQQ5"jl,Q" 'E 1 ,, Z. wA3?o4f?'TflZf,sigf?iflff? A -r ,, . -if: H 'Vfff-' 551.5Hivfriarr,fl5:3W 2 4" 'ff if " ivefiaig f W , M24 52,5 . . . .,,. I mcgswff few ' 2 ARMY QMJNAVV Some of the future Coast Artillery officers at summer camp. . . Rip Black introducing speakers on Armistice Day .... Gas mask drill by the C. A. C. 3-inch gun near Fort Pickens, Pensacola .... C. A. Cfs at the Barrancas searchligfht battery. . The Canal Zone locks. . . Headquarters Battery on the march. A platoon on its way to the Rose Bowl .... Major Johnston and staff leading the Third Battalion to drill .... Gola attire at sea. . . Charlie Preston, Colonel of the Regiment .... Work with the sextant during the summer cruise. . . . 10-inch mortar crew. 2 2 S S 3 Q 2 1 5 9 R 3 ff , jw . 6355 ii f 1 if 7' I !f 1 Q, iz-Y . -- rs up Diff? J I l I I Winter begins to set in at Tech, and activities turn indoors. Clubs and professional groups begin to become active. and work tightens up on the various publi- cations. The various honor so- cieties pick their new men to carry on the work, and little golcl keys begin to appear on watch- chains. For sports, the student body turns to basketball, and during January and February Hacks to the gym several nights each week to see the hasketeers in 3.Cti0I1 . X 'T X f 'X , figs? i f,, W X .. AWK X X Mxxxnxx M X 42 N X X- . ! ff u W S JO ,.g3f!!Kx ?,' W1N ffm WW . ,Aa f S f f Xxisxx fu llg nn X fd ' Q 1' f f .1 ,--5 - -- , eq Y, W 1 'G K5 1 ' Q fffqg 'sift Q ' v fi' w, Af- ' 114 4 , X 45351 3 S2455 i-Z-'ggi v'wq1 ',', w NxXX"X'Q1Il',Q'EX In KS.. , ling X ww- X Wm "Y U N ' y ff' W Wk Qg f p M32 Y QTEK-Qi 1 f ir I i yM'xkX!K'LQf Q re 5 ' xg if q , X I , ,," 'uf " R , Nw iw sw , W H+ T gl V x ,254 ,fy Z, 2 wif 1 w e " f gif . J :X . WH 0 l H kfisifg 'A 5 9 TSR?-if N .J N S' V V ' a WM 94 W A - me. ' Nfzw jr 23, -p - xfk dl- ' X '- uLM" I no ,, ir? mum R .ummm . vc X '- Exf?'S'.5'F.iW ly Hr: B lQ lxmmxxxx hmmm- . J wig ' X , g X ft ' --f "N M " ' EST. rr?R, -5 "+Q'a,?feW j ,xx-'ml fa w '74,gQg7f!g'3NSg,,h. , - A R My X ff -XX X ,J- X W l My . 25? D U B I. I C X A T I CD N S ff 274. BLUE PQINT E Emmons . Sxlver . . A Smith . R Seydel . D. C. Johnston W. E. Wallace W. D. Paulk L. A. Gulley W. M. Pope, Jr. N. Harrison M. L. Goldman A. R. Lewis H. Jeffcoat., Jr. E. A. Powell E. K. Miller G. E. Smith M. T. Campen BUSINESS STAFF Board of MGHGQCTS Advisory Board D. L. Eelwle A zfvertfsfng Stag J. S. Ryan W. P. Kauffman A. R. Lewis G. H. Wells, Ir. F. D. Miller COPY STAFF fumors M. A. Hudson C. A. Bickerstaff J. F. Hutchinson Sofhomores I. C. Jacobs D. H. Dupree R. F. Head J. W. Ralls J. Hoffer ..:L :asain mmme, mm.,f, OO:-+N. 5.5.58 NNIQQ1- anna 333: mann '-Qin'-sfo :ummm YYY? 2 H. James M. N. Daslmer H. Sherertz H. H. Dunbar R. Durglan F. W. Holt R. G. Davis E. L. Patton P. M. potter J. M. Teague W. D. Stroud A. V. Toney H. W. Criewell BOWDEN BURKS EMMONS JENSEN MATTINGLY PENDERGRAST RICHARDSON SEYDEL SILVER SMITH STAFF ...-gl iv' ,HM RYAN MCLEAN PAULK TAYLOR WALLACE DAVE EMMERT 224. GOVERNING BOARD H. D. Emmert J. C. Ryan Ecfftor-fn-Cfzfef Busfness .Manager R. E. Burlcs . . E. H. Mattingly J. B. Penclergrast N. G. McLean . W. M. Richardson R. H. McKown . H. W. Bowden . P. B. Narmore Faculty Acfvfsor EDITORIAL STAFF Executfve Board ACZU7.SOfy BOGTJ . Faculty Ecfftor . . Class Eolftor Organfzatfon Editor Fratermlty Eclftor . . . Art Edftor . M1'71'tary Ecfftor . Snabshot Ezfftor A. H. Jensen L. M. Nloye, Jr. R. D. Johnston C. McKinnon I 5 V WI ,Z - fi. f x I 12 f X, 1 Allgsa I fa r u I QI. TECHNIQUE R. H. McKown T. Hughes D. L. Russell H. C. Felsher J. W. Hammond M. T. Campen R. W. Allison W. M. Pope N. C. I-Ia1'I'iSOl'l F. D. Miller G. H. Wells D. Silver R. G. Cohn V. D. Ramseur W. Hogan EDITORIAL STAFF F. R. Montgomery C. B. Estes R. B. Lovin E. M. Vinson W. D. Stroucl D. P. Butler M. A. Hudson D. Mo.-.ford B. H. Spurloclc H. Freedman E. E. Brooks J. H. Hayes C. F. Boker J. M. Teague BUSINESS STAFF W. H. James . . Assfstant Business Manager J. B. Kookloy W. B. Ashby E. D. Kneisel C. N. Mayo W. M. Sclmotanus W. E. Moore C. K. Ruse J. R. Dunson SPORTS STAFF M. L. Goldman ..... Sports Editor J. V. Cooper R. W. Prios R. C. Durgan B. E. Segall CIRCULATION STAFF J. H. Gordy . . . Assocfate Ecfftor fn Charge C. S. Roach W. R. Shook P. D. Cunningham D. Watkins T. J. Dsbor J. C. Jacobs J. L. Edwards N. G. Harrison R. E. Moore P. M. Potter H. M. Conway O. L. Krauss H. E. Porter M. R. Dusenlau J. B. Linclsey J. P. Byrd R. Conklin R. G. Bel-Am R. F. Sewell YY ALLISON ASHBY BANDY BEHM BOY COOPER HARRISON HUBBELL HUGHES JACOBS JAMES KNEISEL MILLER MONTGOMERY O'CALLAGI-IAN POPE PORTER RUSSELL STAFF l ini' DON JOHNSTON FUCHS GOLDMAN GORDY LEAKE LONG MATTINGLY SEGALI. SILVER TOWNSEND JACK MeKsNNoN O YA. GOVERNING Bowan J. C. McKinnon D. C. Johnston Eti1't0T'1.7l'Cll7.ef B1JS1'7l6SS Mantlgef D. D. Long, Jr. Manag1'ng Editor ADVISORY BOARD J. H. Williams J. B. Rammage L. Fuchs L. J. Oqcallaghan D. L. Eel-.els L. M. Moye, Jr. H. D. Emmert R. V. Richards J. C. Ryan ASSOCIATE EDITORS P. Munroe J. 13. Boy J. M. Townsend S. V. Montgomery H. S. Bancly W. C. Painter D. A. Howard F. W. Holt J. D. Brasneld P. E. Leake E. H. Mattingly A. R. Lewis L. E. Hubbell G. H. Kendall J 274. YELLQW JACKET E. H. Mattingly L. A. Galley H. M. Conway J. B. Kackley 1. B. Lindsey H. R. O'Brien J. W. Hammond "B C. E. Brandon 1 Q rg R. We C- Cromer J. A. Davis J. B. Falks B. L. Abbott M. Hudson EDITORIAL STAFF Lfterary J. D. Brasfield J. P. Byrd A. N. Stull J. C. McKinnon L. J. O'Ca1laghan W. McLarty I. L. Edwards N. M. Frisch Art S. Marshall .... E. W. Klein G. H. Kendall CIRCULATION STAFF W. E. Moore O. A. Wright C. N. Mayo A. R. Lewis W. D. Stroud C. Gavin A. C. Dykes J. W. Clegg H. D. Emmert P. Mitchell L. F. Thornton . ArtEa71'tor R. A. Wilder W. M. Massey J. A. Waltman R. G. Davis W. M. Pope BRASFIELD Q BURROUGHS CAMPBELL DUNSON FUCHS LEWIS MARSHALL MLTCHELL MUNFORD O BRIEN STAFF 4.--1 D. L. ECHOLS GULLEY - HARRiSON WELLS WILLRAMS WALLIE MOYE 274. GGVERNING Bowan L. M. Moye, Jr. D. L. Echols Editor-fn-C11.1'ef Busfness Manager L. W. Chapin Faculty Aciwlsor F. W. Ajax Faculty Advisor BUSINESS STAFF ASSOC1-at? BllS7.71-ZSS .MGHGQCTS G. H. Wells J. C. Ryan L. Fuchs D. Munford R. B. Williams M. H. Burroughs J. R. Dunson W. E. Moore W. H. James N. C. Harrison F. D. Miller J. D. Clueatwoocl Staff W. C. Campbell D. C. Johnston D. I. Maclntyre E. S. Tharpe L. C. Hays H. W. Swift W. D. Paulk G. P. Ford R. M. Neil R. A. Beard R. D. Jol-mston J. B. Ramage H. D. EMMERT, JR Editor-in-Chief The BLUE PRINT A-fnvgenf Wuffimiim 5....4f J. C. RYAN Business Manager The PRINT J. C. MCKINNON, JR. Editor-in-Chief The TECHNIQUE D. C. JOHNSTON BUSLHESS Md7lag6T The L. M. MOYE, JR. Editor-in-Chief The YELLOW ,IACKET 60? ltd Cgclwof f 0 D. L. ECHOLS, JR. BUSi7l6SS Manager iyecfmvfow The YELLOW JACKET S T J Q Xl T 3 ? V X Q E X N 7 M E N T XWXLLXPXNNS xc,cf?vcsRdcnk CHN XNGT ON Secvekarq BOX XTlSYO', X Txzasumv GEORGE Vraefxdcnk ' HXGHTO XBUER Q46 QNDERSON CKINNON G. H. Hightower J J D. C. Johnston . . H. Williams . . Chivington H. H. Appleby . R. A. Beard . L. C. Hays, Jr. . G. H. Hightower D. C. Johnston . G. E. Bevis . J. U. Nixon . . J. L. Chivingfton . R. E. Anderson . W. R. Beard . STU OFFICERS . presfdent, Senfor Class . Senfor Rebresentatfve . Senior Regfresentatfve . Senior Re1Sresentat1've . Senior Rebresentatfve . Co-of Regiresentatfve . . President . Vice-presfcfent . . .Secretary . Treasurer SENIORS J. M. Corral ...... C0-of Re15resentat1've H. W. Swift . . president, Interfraternfty Councff J. H. Williams ..... president, Y. C. A. J. McKinnon, Jr. . . Edftor, T7-Le TECHNIQUE H. D. Emmert, Jr. . . Edftor, The BLUE PRINT L. M. Moye, Jr. . Ecfftor, The YELLOW JACKET JUNIORS . presfdent, funfor Class W. H. James . . . . Junfor Re1Sresentat1've . funfor Representatfve P. Morgan . . . . junior Representatfve M. G. Mitchell ..... C0-015 Representative SOPHOMORES . Pres1'Lfent,So1571omore Class D. Nlunford . . Sofhomore Re1Sresentat1've FRESHM EN Presfclent, Freshman Class DEIXIT CCDLIIXICII. .JY APPLEBY BEARD BEVIS CORRAL EMMERT HAYS JAMES MITCHELL MORGAN MOYE MUNFORD NNXON SWIFT QA.. STUDENT-FACULTY HONCDR COMMITTEE The Student-Faculty Honor Committee, an organization for the elimination of dishonesty among students, grew out of the failure of a lax honor system and ineffectual faculty control. It is composed of three faculty members., appointed by the President, and three students., elected by the Student Council. The functions of the committee. as outlined by its con- stitution, are: MAny faculty member who suspects a student of dishonesty on school Work must report such student, together with the evidence., to the Student-Faculty Honor Com- mittee. This committee investigates the case and determines whether the student is guilty or not guilty as charged. If, in the opinion of the committee, the student should be dis- ciplined, it remands the student to the Executive Committee of the faculty." A very noticeable amount of improvement has taken place since the committee began functioning. The apparent approval of both the faculty and the students of this method assures its continued success in the future. MEMBERS Facufty Dr. R. A. Hefner Prof. J. L. Daniel Prof. W. B. Johns Students R. A. Beard J. L. Chivington D. D. Long, Jr. BEARD CHIVINGTON DANIEL HEFNER JOHNS LONG 1 I-I 2 Q A IQ E S Beilrd ohnston, Swlft - vm K " Q E 5 ,rt ' , gi-1, ,F-., 4 ' - 'N ' . my Q , -1 . , 5 .:i,'. g ,Q -.,p,.,, A .. , , .nm 53 , . K. AB fu- 42 wi A y I y-F7 3 I r A Qi? W if Z S J A ,Q if f' 1 .- -'vi 5 N fa? my pi W W1 1'9" a 7' . 6 w ' J 5 S ,J . V A", 7 ,0 Nw .Ni -N 7' ,, ,i mfg: FQ "" K A ,A ,aim fin N' x A '21 A nl 'W Pl-II KAPPA PI-II QZQQEQQZ, Senior Scholastic Honorary Fraternfty Qi Q fp Q V Founclecl 1897 Installed 1914 I-" WJ f - Y I HUDSON JENSEN JOHNSON Th d R KACKLEY KUNIANSKY M IA SKY S LIPTON l , First Row: CARTER, CLEGG, CORRAL, EMMERT. Second Row: FAGAN I I ' I : I I ' KUN 4 , ., . ourth Rein: ow , c , , ffrf 1, 5 To V Ss Z Ill MEMBERS J. E. Carter J. W. Clegg J. M. Corral H. D. Emmert R. H. Fagan R. A. Hudson A. H. Jensen W. R. Johnson J. B. Kaekley M. Knnianeky S. S. Knnianeky I. Lipton D. D. Long J. C. MoKi nnon S. K. Neill W. C. Norton J. A. Potter J. H. Powell C. E. Waits W. E. Wallace If If-K ,..JW"!J X ...s Q Fr ,,,.X-Q rr N "N Jrrrrrrn' l Hgffrrrff 'M T e. 5 W4 ' 5 rrfciffl' F vv:'??'2"Jl'Vx"T x, A of-,LL '1L...A3:Irff' 452 N F LONG MKINNON NEILL NOR TON. Fufth Row: POTTER, POWELL, WAITS, WALLACE. TALJ BETA PI Honorary Scholastic Engineering Fraternity Founded 1885 A. H. Jensen R. A. Verdler W. E. Wallace J. B. Kackley OFFICERS G. E. Bevis R. E. Burka G. V. Bussey J. E. Carter J. W. Clegg J. M. Corral H. D. Emmert, Jr. R. A. Hudson Installed 1924 . President Vice-Presrcfent . .Secretary . Recorder MEMBERS A. H. Jensen R. D. Johnston, Jr. J. B. Kackley M. Kunlanslcy C. A. Lol-lin, Ir. R. P. McGowan R. H. McKown A. A. Miller ALLEN JENSEN Presd l: J. T. Mundy W. C. Norton W. H. Rafliff, J J. C. Ryan R. Slmepley R. A. Verdier W. E. Wallace T. M. Wight ow: BEVIS, BURKS, BUSSEY, CARTER, CLEGG, CORRAL, E MMERT, HUDSON. Second Row: JOHNSTON, KACKLEY, KUNIAN SKY, LOFUN, MQKOWN, MILLER, MUNDY, NORTON. Third Row: RATLIFF, RYAN, SHEPLEY, VERDIER, WALLACE, WlGHT First R ALFRED ROSSOW President OFFICERS A. G. Rossow ...... President W. Alfriend . . Vice-President R. B. Levin . . Secretary J. B. Press . . Treasurer PI-II ETA MEMBERS W. J. Alfriend R. E. Arnold H. W. Bronson L. P. Burton H. E. Cobb H. J. Crumly W. C. Dabney D . H. Dupree A. Garcia-Tunon L. O. Geiger R. M. Griffin, Jr. H. M. Lange W. G. Lee, Jr. R. B. Levin T. M. Manle 1 W. V. Neisius G. G. Peek C. E. Person L. B. petry R. A. Ponce de Leon J. B. Press L. H. Raines O. A. Rodriguez-Jorge A. G. Rossow W. C. G. Seaman G. E. Smith E. B. Sutton J. I. Teat W. J. Warnock S. Yabrow 8 M. E. D. McDaE,gfl A. P. Yunclt iii!! ,.,- Tr Md? T .Tim a QIUW f,q.VFf'rffrRMM 'mm 'ru' lTVfc,'ffffjlg,1jlL:-f AXE? LTSS1. U ...X I f M ...g....w W A A N-we x Mbxxn X S I G M A Freshman Scholastic Honorary Fraternity Founded II'1Sta11Cd First Row: ALFRTEND, BRONSON, COBB, CRUMLY, DABNEY. Second Row DUPREE, GARCIA-TUNON, GEIGER, GRTFFIN, LANGE. Third Row: LEE LEVIN, MANLEY, MCDANIEL, NETSTUS, Fourth Row: PEEK, PERSON, PETRY PONCE de LEON, PRESS. Fifth Row: RAINES, RODRIGUEZ-JORGE, SEAMAN SMTTH, SUTTON. Sixth Row: TEAT, WARNOCK, YABROW, YUNDT. ALP!-IA Cl-II SIGMA L Professional Chemicaf Fmrernfry Founded 1902 OFFICERS R. D. Johnston., Jr. ..... . . presfcfent J. W. Clegg . . . Vice-President W. H. Malone . . Secretary R. B. Ady . Installed 1932 . Treasurer BOB JOHNSTON President MEMBERS R. B. Ady R. G. Davis P. E. Leake G. C. Blarrehard, Jr. 1. D. Earle C. A. Loilirr, Jr. R. E. Burks D. G. Fink W. H. Malone J. W. Caldwell L. A. Galley M. R. MeC1areliey. Ir. J. E. Carter H. H. Herring L. M. Moye., Jr. I. W. Clegg G. N. Spring 1 ADY BLANCHARD BURKS, CALDWELL, CARTER. Second Row: CLEGG, EARLE, C-SULLEY, LEAKE, LOFLIN. Third Row: First Row , , MALONE, MCCLATCHEY, MOYE. KAPPA ETA KAPPA professfonaf Electrrcaf Engfneerrng Fraternity Founclecl 1923 Installed 1928 First Row: ADAMS, ANDERSON, BLONDET, BOLZE, BRADLEY. Second Row: BUSSEY, CAMPBELL, CAULFIELD, COTTEN, DALES. Third Row: DELANEY, DOMINGOS, EHRLICH, FURLOW, GEIGER. Fourth Row: HARTLEY, HOW- ARD, D., HOWARD, S., HUMPHREY, HUTCHISON. Fifth Row: KEEPER, KERSHAW, KUNlANSKY, LAGOMASFNO, LALNK. Slxth Row: LOWERY, MAPLE, OWENS, RATLIPF, SMITH. Seventh Row: SPECK, WALLACE, WIGHT ,fi HM RYAN President B OFFICERS J C. Ryan ....... president C W. Smith . . Vfce-presrolent H. Keeler . . . Secretary W. E. Wallace ...... Treasurer MEMBERS H. W. Adams C. T. Anclerson H. H. Blondet E. M. Bolze M. H. Bradley G. V. Bussey W. C. Campbell. T. B. Caulfield, Jr. W. A. Cotten B. B. Dales, Jr. W. Delaney., Jr. K. K. Domingos S. B. Ehrlich W. M. Furlow. Jr. L. H. Geiger, Jr. T. R. Hartley D. A. Howarcl T. M. Wight X-fr N A x .,.,f"O QA A x v- .. .Vp S. Howard F. L. Humphrey, Jr P. C. Hutchison H. J. Keeler F. D. Kershaw M. Kunianslcy J. Lagomaslno W. 1. Lalik W. H. Lowery C. A. Maple W. B. Owens W. H. Ratliff, J J. S. Rhyne J. C. Ryan C. W. Smith J. W. Speck W. E. Wallace ,4,1-5-M X l lrr all ' ffm... ln w img i ,,W .JNL W WWW ' sa A ' l A2 'Vx H V xr . M ,V F R, M 'W' ,fe , ' - R. 3 MX ww WWA? All-w ' QW VL' X CMM P I T A U S I G M A professional Mechanicaf Fraternity Founded 1915 Installed 1932 OFFICERS I. Lipton . . .... . . president A. H. Jensen . . Vice-President J. H. Powell . . . Secretary W. McNenney . . TTZLISUTET IRVING LIPTON President MEMBERS G. E. Bevis A. H. Jensen J. H. Powell E. E. Cheek I. Lipton C. Rhyme, Jr. H. D. Emmert, Jr. E. Love R. Shepley A. C. Holt., Jr. W. McNenney W. L. Willcox A. A. Miller First Row: BEVIS, CHEEK, EMMERT, HOLT, JENSEN, LOVE. Second Row: MQNENNEY, MILLER, POWELL, RHYNE, SHEPLEY, WILLCOX. DICK VERDI ER President OFFICERS . D. Morgan, Jr. T. PI-IIPSI Honorary Textrfe Fraternrty Founded 1903 Installed 1921 First Row: CARMACK, COGBURN, COOK, DEAN. Second Row: HIGH- TTHEWS M - TOWER, JAMES, JOHNSTON, LOVELESS. Third Row: MA , OR GAN, OLIVER, PHILLIPS. Fourth Row: PLATT, POER, REESE, ROACH. Fifth Row: ROBERTS, ROONEY, SMITH, SWIFT. Sixth Row: VERDERY, WEBB, WILLIAMS, H., WILLIAMS, W. Seventh Row: WILKINSON, YOUNG. 3 w R. A. Verdier .... . president H. P. Loveless . . .Secretary D. C. Johnston .... . Treasurer MEMBERS J E. Carmaclc C. Cogflburn, Jr. H. V. Cook W. Y. C. Dean H. Hightower W. S. James C. Johnston P. Loveless, J M. Matthews F. Montgomer L. S. Poer E. Rees, Jr. W. C. Roach S. A. Roberts W. L. Rooney R. H r. H y, Jr. H J. Smith . Swift . M. Verdery, A. Verdier R. . G. Webb, J H. Wilkinson, Jr. I'- ,A J. F. Oliver F. F. Phillips J. C. Platt f K' X .,..f'-fs H. S. Williams W. C. Williams F. Young. Jr. fx?- ..,-.kg 'lg I' fffrrrr I VI"c,JT N if I -Z . - .tr w.f'IXxI I ci .M ff- N I 4LT.'I.'T3:.2fff'i, fi 5 f f-Tw Mex NATIONAL AERONALJTICAI. ASSOCIATION Professionaf Aeronautical Society Founded 1922 OFFICERS R.H.McKown. . . . . H. K. Pike . C. H. Ris, Jr. G. Burkett, Jr. J. A. Carran R. F. Carter R. E. Chamberlain M. E. Cushman W. G. Eager., Jr. G. Eisenhart Installed 1930 . Presfclent Vice-President . Secretary MEMBERS F. W. Evans, Jr. R. H. Fagan A. K. Forney N. G. Kirst R. W. Kuettner P. L. Martin W. A. Meeks R. H. McKown HOLMES MQKOWN Pre . H. Paxton, H. K. Pike O. B. Porter, H. Ris, Jr. S. Rosenberg M. Sparks L. Wiggins Jr. sid Jr. Firsf Row: BURKETT, CARTER, EAGER, EISENHART, EVANS. Second Row: FAGAN, KUETTNER, MEEKS, PiKE, PORTER. Th d Row. RIS, ROSENBERG, SPARKS. .A STDNEY NEILL ARCHITECTURAL SCDCIETV Honorary Arcfzrtecturaf .Society Founded 1910 First Row. ARIAS, BECKETT, FULLER. Second Row: HARELSON, HULSE MARSHALL. Third Row: RICHARD, SINGLETON, SLAY. Fourth Row: STULB President OFFICERS S. K. Neill ....... president P. H. Fuller . . Vrce-President W. Beckett . . . Secretary J. C. Hulse ..... . Treasurer MEMBERS M. R. Arias W. H. Barnett W. S. Beckett P. H. Fuller D. F. Gibson M. A. Goette W. B. Harelson A. C. Hudson J. C. Hulse E. B. White ,Xf- I ff-T ...JA-fi -.-.. I Ty' T. M. Lewis H. K. Marshall S. K. Neill R. V. Richard W. B. Singleton R. E. Slay H. L. Sfulb B. A. Webb J. C. Wheeler r 'T-L+ rr X -f- qirrwnfff K k frqhrffffff -ufiflketk L-au... ?+53'W174'r X3QWf,5i.-breaks KAPPA KAPPA PSI Founded 1919 Honorary Banc! Fraternity Installed 1924 OFFICERS S. R. Young . . . Presfafent K. A. Bevins . . . Vice-Presfclent S. G. Robertson., Jr. . . .Secretary L. Culp . . . Treasurer Xi RX SAM YOUNG President MEMBERS K. A. Bevins W. P. Laughton S. G. Robertson, Ir. J. A. Bretz E. Morelli F. R. Short M. T. Campen M. Post J. W. Speck L. I. Culp P. W. Purclom S. Yarbrough H. W. Ladynski C. Rhyme S. R. Young J. S. Rhyme First Row: BEVINS, CULP, LADYNSKI, LAUGHTON, MORELLI. Second Row: POST, RHYNE, C., RHYNE, J., ROBERTSON, SHORT. BOB JOHNSTON President OFFICERS PI DELTA EPSILOINI Honorary fournafrstic Fraternity Founded 1909 Installecl 1922 First Row: ABBOTT, ALLEN, BANDY, BOY, D., BOY, J. second Row: Bums, COLE, DEAN, ECHOLS, EMMERT. Third Row: HLJBBELL, JAMES, JENSEN, JOHNSTON, D., LEAKE. Fourth ROW. Lxpsuus, LOKEY, LONG, MATTINGLY, MEKJNNON. Fifth ROW: MOYE, MLJNROE, O'BRIEN, O'CALLAsHAN, PEN- DERGRAST. sim. Row: PLAGE, RAMSEY, RYAN, RYMER, SELDEN. seventh Row: SWiFT, SlLVER, TOWNSEND, VERDIER, WHITE. R. D. Johnston, Jr. ..... Presrcfent A. H. Jensen . . . Vice-President H. D. Emrnert, Jr. . . Secretary D. C. Boy. Jr. .... . Treasurer B. L. Abbot: G. M. Allen H. Bandy D. C. Boy, Jr. J. B. Boy R. E. Burlcs E. G. Cole W. Y. C. Dean D. L. Ecluols H. D. Emmert, L. E. Hubbell W. H. James A. H. Jensen D. C. Johnston R. D. Johnston, P. E. Leaks S. T. Llpslus G. W. Lokey, I fr, .ff Jflk f Tm Sf? 'M L l,r T B blew TKT'-Vr5JY51l15 MEMBERS D. D. Long E. H. Mattingly J. C. McKinnon, Jr. L. M. Moye, Jr. P. Munroe H. R. O'Brien L. J. O'Ca11agl-.an J. B. Penclergrast H. L. plage Jr. S. Ramsey J. C. Ryan S. B. Rymer G. K. Selden, Jr. H. W. Swift Jr. D. Silver J. M. Townsend R. A. Vercller R. F. White fx,-. . T , . -"N...5 l. V . " X F L 'L W F .J-'W WLM T 7 T , g ,,.' x" WA 'wvg J J " E ,ue-Af'-"' ?3i1lQE,f ..A ""NV- , ,swf " My-L ' 3 D M. xwmyhgf .A MMR , f' '49 ix 'wk , Jr. R. A. Seifert O. R. Link CIVIL CREW Honorary Civil Engineering Fraternity P. W. Purdom . R. M. Mendez . G. W. Lokey. Jr. . S. R. Young . . C. A. Auelair J. C. Beall M. R. Blume W. F. Boeky D. B. Burns J. A. Castellaw G . S. Clarke, Jr. A. C. Crockett, Jr. K. Douglas A. M. Eldridge S. H. Fowler M. L. Goldman J. H. Gordy Founded 1909 OFFICERS . . pT6S7.CZ67lf Vice-President . . Secretary . Treasurer MEMBERS F. R. Goulding, Jr. A . M. Hoagland J. L. Holley, Jr. R. S. Holmes C. A. Inestroza C. V. Johnson G. Johnson, Jr. J. B. Kaekley A. S. Kovalefsky O. H. Lang, Jr. W. P. Lauglmton., W. A. Lindstrom G. W. Lokey, jr. S. L. McFarland E. Malzone R. M. Mendez W. A. Miller H. R. Ogleeby C. R. Parrish, Jr. J. E. Pierce P. W. Purdom D. C. Rlmmer C. E. Samford PAUL PURDOM Prcsndcnt W. H. Shelhorse J. K. Sl-iippey, Jr. G. P. Silva W. V. Smith, Jr. W. W. Spelr D. A. Stevenson W. H. Strickland A. Valdes G. T. Waite M. A. Warren H. E. Watts, Jr. S. R. Young l First Row: BEALL, BLUME, BOSKY, CLARKE, ELDRlDGE, GOULDING, HOAGLAND. Second Row: JOHNSON, KACKLEY, KOVA LEFSKY, LINDSTROM, LOKEY, MALZONE, MENDEZ. Third Row: OGLESBY, PARRISH, PlERCE, SHIPPEY, SILVA, VALDES, YOUNG JOSEPH POWELL President OFFICERS J. H. Powell ....... President R. H. McKown . . Vfce-Presfzfent A. H. Jensen ...... Secretary MEMBERS G. E. Bevis E. Love W. Eager, Jr. R. H. McKoWn H. D. Emmert., Jr. A. A. Miller R. H. Fagan J. H. Powell A. H. Jensen P. W. Purdom J. B. Keekley C. H. Rie A fl, :Fi J, ww, J.. V r if-X.. , ,,-,-- lr x TX Errifffftr ii QPLW Jifffffff AEA F' imfrffpvgf W vii 603 F7-5 qv' 51 A Qi ee-new we FREE BODY CLUB Honorary Mechanics Society Founded 1923 First Row: BEVIS, EAGER, EMMERT. Second Row: FAGAN, JENSEN KACKLEY. Third Row: LOVE, MCKOWN, MILLER. Fourth Row: PURDOM RIS. SCIENTIA C Honorary Generali Science Socfety J. B. Rarnage . . L. J. O'Callaghan D. D. Long' . . H. V. Almond, W. O. Baker T. W. Barnes B. S. Beasley E . Benton, Jr. J. C. Betty C . H. Calhoun, Jr. A. B. Cates, Ir. E. G. Cole, Ir. J. S. Cook E. F. Cox, Jr. J. G. Courtney, S. D. Dekle Founded 1927 GFFICERS D. L. Echols R. Fltzpatrlclc . F. Freeman FUCIIS . G. Giles S. Hall, Ir. S. Harrison N. C. I-IaI'I'lSOI'I. T . L. Hill N. Holditch W. Holt G. M. Hope E. Hubbell LLIB President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS C. B. Johnson J. E. Johnson B. P. Jones L. K. Jordan, Ir. A. R. Lewis D D. Long, Jr. G R. Marshall E. H. Mattingly H. Moore G G. Morrison O. C. McLean J. C. McKinnon, L. T. O'Callaghan JIM RAMAGE P d t resi Q. A. O'Quinn, I. G. Parks W. D. Psulk H. L. Plage F. B. Ragland J. B. Ramage R. D. Reisman CH Jr S. B. Rymer, Jr. M. D. Sims, Jr. H. Smltlm P. S. Van Busk J. G. Wallis G. H. Wells irk First Row: ALMOND, BARNES, BEASLEY, BETTY, CALHOUN, CATES, COLE, COOK, COX. Second Row: COURTNEY, DEKLE ECHOLS, FITZPATRICK, FREEMAN, FUCHS, GILES, HALL, HARRISON, J. Third Row: HARRISON, N., HILL, HOLDITCH, HOLT HOPE, HUBBELL, JOHNSON, JORDAN, LEWIS. Fourth Row: LONG, MATTINGLY, MORRISON, MCKINNON, O'CALLAGHAN O'OUINN, PARKS, PAULK, PLAGE. Fifth Row: RAGLAND, REISMAN, RYMER, SIMS, SMITH, VAN BUSKIRK, WALLIS, WELLS GEORGE BEVIS P s dent G. E. Bevis D. G. Bowser G. V. Bussey W. E. Chandler C. F. Crumbley H. J. Crumly J. V. Doriot BRIAEIQEAIXI SOCIETY G. E. Bevis . R. A. Hudson I. H. Mann . T. M. Wight MEMBERS J. E. Glass R. A. Hudson W. F. Hunter L. F. Hutchins B. L. Mathews I. H. Mann, Jr W. C. Norton Honorary Co-015 .Society First Section OFFICERS F. S. Osborne, . . presfzfent Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Jr. W. H. Ratliff, Jr. R. E. Rayle I. Ryscnck T. M. Wight C. H. Williams C. R. Wolff OW5 BOWSER, BUSSEY, CRUMBLEY, CRUMIY, DORIOT, GLASS. Second Row: HUDSON, HUTCHINS, MANN, NORTON, OSBORNE, RATLIFF. Third Row: RYSCUCK, WIGHT, WILLIAMS, WOLFF. BRIAEIQEAN SOCIETY Founded 1912 Second Section First Row: ADAMS, BANDY, BETHUNE, BEVINS. Second Row: CORRAL, DALES, HARPER, I-IASKELL. Third Row: JOHNSON, LOFLIN, MacOUEEN, MAPLE. Fourth Row: NICLEAN, NIUNDY, SNELLGROVE, WATTS. Fifth Row WILLIAMS, WILSON. J. E. Carter . J. M. Corral B. B. Dales . C. A. Loflin, Jr. H. W. Adams H. S. Bandy G. R. Bethune, Jr. K. A. Bevins J. E. Carter J. M. Corral B. B. Dales, Jr. W. D. Harper G. O. Haskell JOSEPH CAIQTER President OFFICERS . . . . . . President . Vrce-presfclent . . Secretary . . . . . Treasurer MEMBERS W. R. Johnson C. A. Lefliii, Jr. E. C. MacQueen C. A. Maple N. G. McLean J. T. Mundy W. A. Snellgreve J. M. Watts C. H. Williams J. H. Wilson ff-sf" ,J lf 1 ...J-" fl -.A ,, ,E -..... ,Vg- ,I wy,,y..,v-'- .Ai ...gl . VFNH Lhjgrfiiffrrf Frr rr W., Y- MFWXMWAW I ff I iff? '-S-X xnxx ..,- if X . g ... wk i ' :M A Yf'I' f F1 f ,N w. wx,x,--ffl.. W X Citi! 'BT-NYT Y ju. QS? X 7 W we DAVE EM MERT President AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Founclecl 1881 Installed 1915 First Row: BARNES, CAMPBELL, CARVER, CROCKER, CROLEY. Second Row: DCMERITT, FERNANDEZ, FORD, GOINS, HARPER. Third Row: HAWKINS, HODGDON, HOLLAND, I-IOLT, HORINE. Fourth Row: JENSEN, KEYSERLING, LAMBERT, LIPTON, LOVE. Fifth Row: MCLAUGHLIN, MCNENNEY, MILLER, MUNROE, POWELL. Sixth Row: RAMSEY, RHYNE, SCI-IREEDER, SHEPLEY, SINOUEFIELD, Scvchth Row: SPENCER, SPREEN, STONE, TAYLOR, THOMP- SON. Eighth Row: WALKER, WALLMEYER, WEINSTEIN, WILLCOX. OFFICERS H. D. Emmert. Jr. ..... president A. Jensen . . Vrce-presrcfent A. A. Miller . . . . Secretary L. R. Munroe, Jr. . . . . Treasurer MEMBERS H. S. Barnes H. B. Campbell W. L. Carver J. C. Crocker, J. G. Croley F. W. DeMerltt H. D. Emmert. Ir. Jr. C. E. Fernandez R. Z. Ford I. F. Goins. Jr. W. D. Harper F. E. Hodgdon L. A. Holland A. C. Holt, Jr. W. W. Horine E. W. Hawkins, Jr. A. H. Jensen B. H. Keyserling M. T. Lambert, Jr. I. Lipton W. L. Willco ,-Nf' fr J. E. Love J. B. McLaughlin W. McNenney A. A. Miller L. R. Munroe, Jr. J. H. Powell J. S. Ramsey, Jr. C. Rhyme, Jr. C. L. Sohreeder, R. Shepley J. E. Ship., C. A. Sinquefield L. Spencer A. R. Spreen C. W. Stone, Jr. G. C. Taylor W. M. Thompson B. P. Walker I. H. Wallmeyer H. R. Weinstein X. 'iflm I L. NL., . 4- , I-I' ,:L,-.Ai III -.Ie . fr I fu I iffffr f rg.fi3.Lfee..-V iid! ,gb 5315, I iw 'im X CK Diff 3 MF Wee. X Jr. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CI-IENIICAI. ENGINEERS Installed 1933 OFFICERS . Johnston, Jr. ..... . . President . LoHin, Jr. . . Vice-president . Fisher . . . .Secretary Patton . . Treasurer MEMBERS G. C. Blanchard J. W. Brown J. E. Carter J. W. Clegg R. O. Conklin C. L. Cover, Jr. J. J. Davis, Jr. R. G. Davis P. J. Eldridge D. G. Fink R. S. Fisher V. D. Garh P. B. Griffin H. H. Herring, Jr R. D. Johnston. J S. S. Kuniansky H. W. Ladynslci BOB JOHNSTON President S. T. Lipsius C. A. Loflin. Jr. R. P. Nance E. L. Patton W. G. Smith, Ir. W. R. Stevens, Jr. H. M. Strauss, Jr. M. J. Tuhy J. H. Wilson. Jr. Fhst Row: BLANCI-IARD, BROWN, CARTER, ness, CONKLIN,COVER, DAVIS, I., DAVIS, Ia. Second ROW: ELDRIDGE, PINK, FISHER, GATH, HERRING, KUNIANSKV, LAIJVNSKI, LIPSIUS. Third ROW: LOFLIN, NANCE, PATTON, SMITH, STEVENS, STRAUSS, TUHV, WILSON. MEMBERS JIM DELANEY President OFFICERS AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS Founclecl 1884 Installecl 1915 First Row: AMOS, ANDERSON, BEAN, BRADLEY, CAMPBELL, CAULFIELD Second Row: CLARK, CORRAL, COTTEN, DALES, DOMING-OS, FURLOW Third Row: GEIGER, GIBSON, HEINRICH, HJELMFELT, HOWARD, HUM PHREY. Fourth Row: HUTCHINSON, IRWIN, KEEPER, KERSI-IAW, KUNIAN SKY, LESLIE. Plfth Row: LOWERY, MAPLE, MOORE, NECHEMIAS, NEISTER O'BRIEN. Slxth Row: OWENS, POE, REYNOLDS, RYAN, SCHUH, SELDEN Seventh Row: SHOOK, SMITH, SPECK, STRICKLAND, TEMPLETON, WALLACE W. Delaney, JT. ..... pT6SiJ6nf C. W. Smitli . . . Vice-President G. K. Selclen ...... Secretary W. M. AIHOS C. T. Anderson C. L. Bean M. H. Bradley W. C. Campbell T. B. Caulfield F. W. Clark J. M. Corral W. A. Cotten B. B. Dales, Jr. W. I. Delaney, Jr. K. K. Domingos S. B. Ehrlich W. M. Furlow, I L. H. Geiger, Jr. W. H. Gibson J. A. Heinrich R. H. Hjelmfelt D. A. Howard L. Hum lire F. p y, P. C. Hutcliison E . E. Irwin H. J. Keefer F. D. Kershaw M. Kuniansky D. M. Leslie J. Lagomasino Ir. W. H. Lowery C. A. Maple C. A. Moore, Ir. H. B. Necliemias S. B. Neister H. R. O'Brien W. B. Owens E. A. Poe W. H. Reynolds r. A. C. Russell J. C. Ryan P. R. Schuh G. K. Selden W. R. Shook, Ir. C. W. Smith Jr. I. W. Speck T. D. Strickland R. K. Templeton W. E. Wallace , Z-W S K rf ...,CTT" A I , Fr- W-,Li LW ,cufffrrrr MKIIII5mIIIf"'fff ' X f E' -I I'FrF.y f ww Ili VIQWALKIII 3:51914 .II "' R , Mfmlw 3 I IVI. L. BRITTAIIXI DEBATIIXIG SCDCIETV Founclecl 1930 OFFICERS L. Olcallagluan ..... . President H. E. Cobb . . J. Albert S. Barrett L. R. Blanks F. M. Burt J. P. Byrd, 111 T. B. Caulfield H. E. Cobb G. Combs H. M. Conway, J.. R. I. Daniel D. H. DuPree H. C. Felsher R. E. Fields . Secretary MEMBERS A. Gegan M. A. Goette. Jr. D. D. Hammond, W. T. Harbin K. H. Henley S. G. Heycey T. L. Hill L. E. Hubbell O. A. Jarecl, Jr. S. T. Lapel... E. C. MacQueen L. F. Martin JIM OCALLAGI-IAN P cl t resl A. L. Maxwell N. G. McLean L. Oqcallaghan A. C. Ormancl G. S. Peffall, Jr. J. B. Ramage L. A. Slmearouse W. I. Sboman W. A. Snellgrove E. M. Wlnson W. P. Willie J. D. Whorton S. Yalnrow Fnrst Row: ALBERT, BARRETT, BURT, CAULFIELD, COBB, CONWAY, DUPREE, FELSHER, FIELDS. Second Row: GEGAN, GOETTE, I-IARBIN, HEYCEY, HILL, HUBBELL, JARED, LIPSIUS, MacQUEEN. Third Row: MAXWELL, MCLEAN, PEFFALL, RAMAGE, SHEAR- OUSE, SHUMAN, SNELLGROVE, WI-IORTON. Fourth Row: WILLIS, YABROW. newer JIM RAMAGE President OFFICERS J. B. Ramage ...... President G. Johnson, Jr. . Vice-president J. C. Betty . . . Secretary F. W. DeMeritt ..... Treasurer MEMBERS B. L. Abbott E. Morelli D. Munford L. Oqcauagban J. Atkins., Jr. C. M. Barnett J. C. Betty W. M. Pope, Jr. E. E. Brooks J. E. Press J. P. Byrd, III B. Ramage J. V. Cooper S. G. Robertson., Jr. F. W. DeMeritt G. W. Robeson, Jr. E. C. Fambrough R. F. Schildgfen H. Freedman D. E. Smith G. O. Haskell G. E. Smith W. G. Thrash D. C. Watkins C. H. Williams B. W. Hinton G. Johnson, Jr. O. R. Link G. A. Martin H. Woodall fx!" x K'-T!! ill I ,F -'A-' 'T --'1....- TF X Ifffftr ,PRE Dfgiffffffr rs, I 7' 2. .,Fff.fn'5,,f ,1'VXw.drQ, 'ASTA' , 'W-""N'?Ch..:m-v gi' x YELLOW JACKET 'CLUB Club for promotfon of School Sfrrrt Founded 1930 First Row: ABBOTT, ATKINS, BARNETT, BETTY. Second Row: BROOKS COOPER, DeMERITT, FAMBROUGI-I. Third Row: FREEDMAN, HASKELL I-IINTON, JOHNSON, Fourth Row: MARTIN, MORELLI, MUNFORD, O'CAL LAGHAN. Fifth Row: POPE, PRESS, ROBERTSON, ROBESON. Sixth Row SCI-IILDGEN, SMITH, D., SMITH, G., TI-IRASH. Seventh Row: WATKINS WILLIAMS, WOODALL. OIL Mechan1'ca7 Engineering Socfaf .Society L. Spencer . CAN CLUB Founded 1914 GFFICERS . . . . . presfcfent W. L. Carver . . Vice-president M. T. Lambert . . . Secretary LEO SPENCER President MEMBERS W. L. Carver E. W. I-I8.Wki!'lS J. H. Powell J. C. Crocker, Jr. A. Holt, Jr. E. Shipp J. G. Dickey A. H. Jensen L. Spencer E. R. Cranberry M. T. Lambert, Jr. I. H. Wallmeyer L. R. Munroe. Jr. Fwrst Row: WALLMEYER. .-8' CARVER, CROCKER, DLCKEY, GRANBERRY, HAWKiNS, HOLT. Sccand Row: JENSEN, LAMBERT, MUNROE, POWELL, W ROBERT HUDSON CO- QP CI. Co-OL6 Social Society First Section mr Row: ALSOBROOK, Bsvls, BURKETT susssv QHAND Lek, CRUMBLEY, CRUMLY, oonuor. Th e R DURGAN FOULDS GAR VIN, GLASS. Fourth Row: suesr, HUTCHINS MANN NORTON Fm. new: ouvek, OSBORNE, TINDOL, VOORHEES s WIGHT WIL LIAMS, WOLFF. , up President R. A. Hudson G. E. Bevis G. V. Bussey W. H. Garvin B. R. Alsobrook I. C. Barber G. E. BeViS L. R. Blanks G . W. Burkett, G. V. Bussey W. E. Chandler GFFICERS . president V1'ce-President . Secretary . Treasurer C. F. Crumbley H. V. Crumly D. H. Curry . C. Dargan J. V. Doriot K. Douglas E. O. Dyal G. G. Feulds MEMBERS L. F. Hutchins D. L. Kilcrease E. L. McClintock I. H. Mann S. Murrow, W. C. Norton T. S. Oliver F. S. Osborne C. W. Pike H. B. Plummer J. M. Samson R . L. Tindol, Ir. R. S. Turner M. H. Westberry H . E. White W. H. Garvin T. M. Wight J. E. Glass C. H. Williams J. F. Guest C. R. Wolff R. A. Hudson R. R. Voorhees XJ ,NK fj ..-J"" -'-"'- -fx... el l ' ' ' "5 gnu' A,f5.ffl'Frrr wk. X I' K I' r fclffvixf ...,,flTd"5 ll' -ax, Ta. -A '- 1, CO M. Mendez R. Bethune . E. Corbitt . F. Oliver . F T' 3' O- W 5' ua wwvwrlpvcnm Af J. K -OP CLUB Founded 1915 Second Section OFFICERS S. Bandy R. Bethune, Jr. O. Boote F. Brinson E. Broward E. Calloway A. Castellaw E. Corbitt C. Crockett, Jr. K. Dillard, Jr. . K. Domingos T. Green 559733 Y: ?'Q7jL'11 'D mmm! Han-ew awww 'Ymww au-3 'hmmm frgrm ag 2.2. 3:'477 2 mmm 2 U1 germ 5 -:QQ C1177 . H. Herring' H. Hjelmtelt . H. Hudson R. L. Johnson H. Keefer W. A. Linclstrom C. A. Maple S. L. McFarland R. M. Mendel R. M. MENDEZ President P. J. Mitchell J. T. Mundy J. F. Oliver R. L. Parrish M. Post S. G. Robertson, Jr. T. E. Sheridan F. W. Smith S. D. Smith W. A. Snellgrove W. M. Thompson, J.. F. T. Waltermeyer H. E. Watts, Jr. First Row: ADAMS, BANDY, BETHUNE, BOOTE, BRINSON, BROWARD CALLOWAY, CASTELLAW, CORBITT. Second Row: DIL- LARD, DOMINGOS, GREEN, HARTLEY, HASKELL, HENDERSON, HERRING, HJELMFELT, HUDSON. Third Row: JOHNSON, KEEPER, LINDSTROM, MAPLE, MQFARLAND, MITCHELL, MUNDY, OLIVER, PARRISH. Fourth Row: POST, ROBERTSON, SHERI- DAN, SMITH, F., SMITH, S., SNELLGROVE, THOMPSON, WALTERMEYER, WATTS. LEO SPENCER President OFFICERS J. Spencer ...... Presrzfent C. Hays, Jr. . Vice-president F. Cox, Jr. . . Secretary M. Jacobs ...... Treasurer MEMBERS B. L. Abbott R. A. Beard E. Benton C. A. Biclcerstaff J. B. Boy J. W. Caldwell J. E. Carmaclc W. L. Carver J. L. Clxivington J. W. Clegg E. G. Cole, Jr. E. F. Cox, Jr. W. Y. C. Dean D. L. Eehels, Jr. J. M. Fitzsimons T. T. Flagler, Jr. F. S. Hall, Jr. J. S. Harrison N. C. Harrison L. C. Hays. Jr. G. H. Hightower S. N. Helditeh L . E. Hubbell R. M. Jacobs .'-Rf-A . ,J , .,.-JA'-' "N 1,2 A K: -L Fr W. James D. C. Johnston J. B. Kaclcl-ey D. E. Lee J. B. Lindsey D. D. Long., Jr. W. E. Moore J. P. Morgan L. M. Moye. Jr. W. C. Paulson H. L. Plage F. F. Phillips F. B. Ragland J. B. Ramage C. W. Robeson J. C. Ryan L. Spencer H. Swift E. S. Tharpe F. M. Tolin J. M. Townsend J' . R. Tufts R. A. Verdier G. H. Wells -'N-L.- M.. rr H" . I' 1? , qN"',jEHIFFFff m.."Aw M7 irffr IW, ne, M is N- V.-. WSH-, F9 W 9. T fix? nfffitXf"H.74'. as LHR LLDOG CLUB funior Honorary Social .Socrety Foundecl 1910 First Row: ABBOTT, BEARD, BICKERSTAFF, BOY, CALDWELL, CARMACK, Second Row: CARVER, CHIVINGTON, CLEGG, COLE, COX, DEAN. Third Row: ECHOLS, FITZ SIMONS, FLAGLER, HALL, HARRISON, J., HARRISON, N. Fourth Row: HAYS, I-IIGHTOWER, I-IOLDITCH, HUBBELL, JACOBS, JAMES. Fifth Row: JOHNSTON, KACKLEY, LEE, LINDSEY, LONG, MOORE. S' th R : MOYE PAULSON PLAGE H LIPS RAGA D AGE ix ow , , , P IL , L N , RAM . Seventh Row: ROBESON, RYAN, SWIFT, TI-IARPE, TOLIN, TOWNSEND. Eighth Row: TUFTS, VERDIER, WELLS. J SKULLQMIK EV Sophomore Honorary .Social Society Founclecl 1912 OFFICERS R. W. Murphy . .... . President W. G. Smith., Jr. . . Vice-presrcfent R. W. Allison . . Secretary H. D. Spratlin . . Treasurer W. J. Alfriend, Jr. R. W. Allison A. W. Bayllss C. L. Belcher, Jr. J. L. Brooks ' H. Carpenter H. V. Cook W. C. Gibson H. H. Hargrett MEMBERS W. Hogan R. K. Howell J. C. Hunter, Jr. T. R. Jones 1. T. Kendrick W. G. Lee G. A. Martin R. W. Murphy F. W. Nicholson BUCK MURPHY President W. M. Pope, Jr. W. B. Reed W. Rountree, Jr. B. Smltlx W. G. Smith, Jr. H. D. Spratlln H. C. Tilford C. G. Voorlmis L. R. Woodworth First Row: ALFRIEND, ALLISON, BAYLISS, BELCHER, BROOKS, CARPENTER, COOK, GIBSON, HARGRETT. Second Row: HOGAN, HOWELL, HUNTER, JONES, KENDRICK, LEE, MARTIN, NICHOLSON, POPE. Third Rowi REED, ROUNTREE, SMITH, B., SMITH, W., SPRATLIN, TILFORD, VOORHIS, WOODWORTH. J MANUEL ARIAS President OFFICERS COSMOPOLITAN CLUB Founded19Q0 First Row: ABISLAIMAN, ABREU, BORGES, CANTU, de CASTRO, J, Second Row: de CASTRO, R., CONKLIN, FERRER, FERNANDEZ, E., FERNANDEZ, C. Third Row: FRANCA, GARCIA-TUNON, GONZALEZ, INESTROZA, JIMENEZ. Fourth Row: LACERENZA, LAGOMASINO, LOMBANA, LONGA, LOPEZ. Fifth Row: MANZANILLA MILIAN O , , M RALES, OOUENDO, PONCE dc LEON. Sixth Row: RAMIREZ, SALCEDO, SAN JUAN, SHAFFER, SILVA. Seventh Row: SOBREDO, VALDES, A., VALDES, O., VILLAGELIEU, VILLA- NUEVA. M. R. Arias . . . . Presrdent A. Garcia-Tunon . . Vice-Presrcfent R. C. Conklin . . . Secretary M. Franca . ..... Treasurer MEMBERS R. Abreu R Larrieu M. R. Arias L. E A. Abislaiman A. Lomlnana Longa Oh M. Borges, Jr. B F. Lopez L. S. Cantu Manzanilla J. A. Cardenas R Milian J. F. de Castro L. A. Morales R. M. de Castro R Oquendo R. O. Conklin R Ponce de Le F. V. Ferrer R Puey Carlos Fernandez Ramirez Candido Fernandez A. Salcedo M. Franca F. San Juan A. Garcia-Tunon Shaffer R. Gonzalez G Silva C. Inestroza S. Sobre-:do E, Jimenez A. Valdes I. Lacerenza O Valdes J. Lagomasino A. Villagelieu C. Villanueva .MC x iff f :fi N V V r r F mfg .J r r , , I F H' I gpm Jffw V F F f f r WM 'mn ' f " f' V UF7 F w' fin MS. ,VK . LQQLL X' 'IJ fm ,..u.-A'--f' UM m N Lfffiw rr 31 5 QQ NON-FRATERNITV ORGANIZATION Founded 1934 OFFICERS W. A. Snellgrove ..... B. H3TTiS H. C. Felsher A. Rossow M. R. Arias C. F. Baker H. C. Felsher R. M. Gibbs B. C. Harris Fwst Row: ARIAS, BAKER, FELSHER, 61885, HARRIS, HOWARD, JOHNSON. Second Row: KLINE, MCNENNEY, RVPPBERGER ROSSOW, TROUTMAN, VINSON. . President Vice-Presfcfent . Secretary . Treasurer MEMBERS D. A. Howard W. E. Johnson N. L. Kline W. McNenney ARTHUR SNELLGROVE P d t resi C. C. Rippberger A. G. Rossow W. A. Snellgrove S. M. Troutman E. M. Vinson SCL LIPSIUS President OFFICERS SIGMA GAMMA CLUB Founded 1927 First Row: ALBERT, COHEN, DAVIS. Second Row: JOSLIN, KARP, KEY SERLING, Third Row: LEIGHTMAN, LIPTON, ROSENBERG. Fourth Row RUBIN, STULL, TAITZ. Fifth Row: WILLS, ZAKHEIM. S. T. Lipsius ....... president R. Taitz . . . Vice-presrzfent B. Zakheim . . Secretary J. Rosenberg .... . Treasurer MEMBERS A. Abrahams I. Lipton J. S. Albert G. R. Marshall H. Cohen J. S. Rosenberg' L. W. Davis N. G. Rubin L. L. Joslin A. Siegel I. Karliok A. N. Sfiill H. B. Karp A. Storm B. H. Keysorling R. Taitz B. Leiglmtman S. D. Wills S. T. Lipsius ,,fN' E ..LM.,.l , A- il f' ws B. D. Zakheim fv' ' A Xxx 1- "'-X.,-,W .r 1 lk! 1' lr' X Wlriwrm' . i iv.. A' Wx. 'Wa' L 4 Zlffffl' f 'J"'gi1p:'-- we if of we-,Q ,x Xnglxlg .I MEAN .A VM" " 'vzlp 3 Exo... jmlhrw A LM , ii ZZ, -is X-R TEC!-I RAMBLERS Sam Young . Nat Harrison . . . . .Second Trumpet Julian fioclges . . First Trombone BRASS SECTION . . . . Ffrst Trumpet, anal Leader Dick Beard . . Second Trombone O g rm SAM YOUNG Loader SAXOPHONE SECTION RHYTHM SECTION Karl Bevings . . First Alto Saxophone Billy Owens ....... Prana Howard . Second Tenor 3axOpI1One Grahanl Robertson . . Bass Sau1Yabrow . . Third Alto Saxophone Robert Warwick . . . Gurtar Henry Laclynslci . . Drums i Fnrst Row. OWENS, ROBERTSON, BEARD, HODGES, YOUNG, HARRISON. Second Row: YABROW, BEWNS, PWKE, LADYNSKN, WARWKCK, BOB FAGAN President OFFICERS R. H. Fagan ....... President B. P. Walker . . Vfce-Presfdent J. A. Can-an ....... Secretary MEMBERS R. B. Ady H. B. Karp J. A. Carran I. Lagomasino R. O. Conklin B. P. Walker R. C. Durgan R. D. Reisman H. D. Emmert C. C. Rippberger R. H. Fagan G. T. Waite B. L. Hursey B. P. Walker B R. H. white fx!" k ,J ,-J?- .-,.s , ,E fa M C V r JC, r I, X -f--' 'rr rfrrrrrr . qflhfj Qifffrrrr W. 'A , :M Nr F l' ff? f w3H1W-f,- m,,,ErQK X Wiki gNf5ln5A,,,,,,,..-I -fc 'W7 :wr -vm? gk xv? 3 FOIL MJ MASK Honorary Fencing Society Founclecl 1933 First Row: ADY, CARRAN. Second Row: CONKLIN, EMMERT. Third R HURSEY, LAGOMASINO. Fourth Row: REISMAN, RIPPBERGER. Fifth R WALKER, WHITE. Q Xi E L...- ,L--,,.f--' L I cs I Q U S G Q 0 U D X S I VQUIXIG MENS 'CHRISTIAN A S S Q CI A TI ON BOARD OF DIRECTORS G. T. Marchmont ......... Clzafrman G. H. Boggs . . . Vfce-Clzafrman C. D. Gibson . . Treasurer M. L. Brittain . ..... Ex-Offcfo L. F. Gordon Rev. H. L. Turner G. W. Rainey Dr. L. D. Newton K W. A. Alexander George Winship JIMMY MAY General Secretary ADMINISTRATION W. Proctor . . Executive Secretary Miss Martha Hiers . Ohgce .Secretary J. W. May . . General Secretary D. A. Howard .... .Student Assistant First Row: BOGGS, WILLIAMS, Second Row: MUNROE, TILFORD. I STUDENT OFFICERS J. H. Williams ..... president P. Munroe . . . Vice-presfafent H. C. Tilforcl . . . Secretary llyll CABINET JOHNNY WILLIAMS President First Row: ALEXANDER, ALLEN, BALLAS, BOOKS, BOYD, BROWN, CAMPEN, CASH, DeMERITT, DUPREE. Second Row: ESTES FURLOW, GIBBS, GILBERT, HALMAN, HARMON, HERRING, HORTON, HOWARD, JOHNSON. Third Row: KENIMER, KESTLER LANG-E, LEE, MacOUEEN, MCKINNON, MILLS, MOYE, MLJNFORJ, NOLAN. Fourth Row: PAINTER, PLATT, PRESS, RICKETT RIFPBERGER, SCHENCK, SI-IUMAN, SNELLGROVE, SUTTON, TENNISON. Fifth Row: THOMAS, TIMBERLAKE, TROUTMAN VERDI VINSON, WATTS, WHITE. E. K. Alexander W. J. Alfriend, Jr. G . M. Allen C. F. Baker P. P. Ballas L. Blanks L. C. Books R. W. Boyd H. E. Broward K. S. Brown M. H. Burroughs C. H. Calhoun M. T. Campen T. E. Cash R. L. Clark H. Crumly M. N. Dasher F. W. DeMeritr D. H. Dupree C. B. Estes W. D. Evans H. Freedman W. M. Furlow R. M. Gibbs MEMBERS J. E. Gilbert W. T. Hall R. M. Halman D. D. Hammond J. W. Harmon H. H. Herring' D. A. Howard E. C. Horton G. Johnson. Jr. G. Kenlmer. Jr. R. W. Kestler W. Koenig H. M. Lange L. Lawrence A. B. Lee E. C. MacQueen W. N. MeGibony J. C. McKinnon. Jr. R . A. Mills F. R. Montgomery L. M. Moye, Jr. D. Munford P. Munroe W. B. Munson G. E. Murray L. H. Nolan W. C. Painter A . Patten C. Pike 1. C. Platt J. B. Press J. W. Rieketr C. C. Rippberger C. I. Schenek W. Slmuman W. Snellgrove G. M. Sutton J. D. Tennison R. G. Thomas H. C. Tilford S. P. Timberlake S. M. Troutman A. Verdi . M. Vinson W. J. Warnock J. M. Watts R. J. White S. Yebrow .T- E PUFUVQO CHARLES CALHOUN PIcSIderIl OFFICERS . H. Calhoun . M. 'I1I'O1.11CI'H8.I1 G. TTIOUIHS . E. Mell . H. R. Huclson . J. M ...X M. Watts . TECH "V" SINGERS . . president Vice-president . -Secretary and Treasurer Director . Assistant Director pianist MEMBERS J. C. Abrams G. S. Anderson H. S. Bandy R. M. Berry K. S. Brown D. B. Burns T. F. Brinson M. T. Campen R. A. Carl T. E. Cash R. E. Chan R. L. Clarke C. B. Collier M. W. Cooper W. R. Cosper P. D. Deans S. W. Doe H. T. Fisher A. R. FitzSimons W. E. Freclericlcs R. D. Frey M. W. Furlow F. B. Gailey F. H. Gardner H. L. Grebinar T. K. Green J. C. Holloway C. M. Jones W. F. Long E. C. MacQueen E. C. Manning M. R. McClure W. C. McConnell R. A. Mills D. Munford R. C. Orrin W. Painter G. W. Phillips G. E. Pral-il J. B. Press N. V. pulignano H. E. Robbins D. W. Sanclers L. A. Schlapfer W. V. Smith W. A. Snellgrove T. M. Sparks A. Strickland J. A. Verdi E. M. Vinson F. B. Waters L. T. Winn J. E. Haile fxf' . A. B. Winter D. E. Harrimji G. A. Wright W. R. Harris K. Wright Wgjlflflall J. . York -H-S ,LL 1 r V ...fy-N-,H llrr vv, ' il r V947 X, or V N 'Y JIM S2-gk x 'V-. ,,I',x vmwksq ,.,.a,,----f ri rffrrrfri Ch f'QHrFrrff'WT my T F Y 'I WSW 55 lm-BJ mr Row. ABRAMS, ANDERSON, BANDY, BERRY, BRINSON, BROWN BURNS. Second Row: CAMREN, CARL, CASH, CHAN, CLARKE, COLLIER COOPER, Third Row: COSRER, DEANS, DOE, FISHER, EITZ SIMONS, FRED ERICKS, EREY. Fourth ROW: FURLOW, GAILEY, GARDNER, If-REBINAR GREEN, HAILE, HALL. Fifth Row: HARRIMAN, HARRIS, HOLLOWAY LONG, JONES, MMOUEEN, MANNING, SIXLR Row. MECLURE, MECON NELL, MILLS, MUNFORD, ORRIN, RAINTER, PHILLIPS. SEVCHLR Row RRAHL, PRESS, PLILIGNANO, ROBBINS, SANDERS, SCHLAREER, SMITH, W v. EIgIILI. Row: SNELLGROYE, SPARKS, STRICRLAND, THOMAS, TROUT MAN, vERDI, VNNSON. Ninth Row. WATERS, WATTS, WINN, WINTER WRIGHT, G., WRIGHT, YORK, NEWMAN CLUB E. H. Mattingly . H. R. O'Brien . E. G. Gruters . W. G. Coyle . Catlzofic Cfub Founded 1931 OFFICERS G. C. Bestor K. A. Bevins W. F. Bosky M. Burger F. J. Coffey J. G. Condon W. G. Coyle R. L. Creamer R. Dames J. A. deCardenas L. P. deGive L. Deixler J. E. Dogin . presfclent Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer MEMBERS W. P. Eveland C. C. Fernandez K. B. Fisher R. Fisher J. G. Gaines E. Gruters T. Hughes H. B. Hutchins W. I. Jacob W. T. Jordan J. A. Koller H. W. Ladynski J. Lamberti ED. MATTINGLY Pres cz W. C. Lee C. T. Lombardo E. Malzone E. H. Mattingly V. McMahon F. M. Murphy H. R. O'Brien C. F. O'Shoa T. A. Osieclci J. F. Picco A. W. Rose J. S. Ryan J. R. Wyant First Row: BESTOR, BEVINS, BOSKY, BURGER, COFFEY, CONDON, COYLE, CREAMER, DAMES. Second Row: de CARDENAS de GIVE, DEIXLER, DOGIN, EVELAND, FERNANDEZ, FNSHER K., FISHER, R., GAINES. Third Row: GRUTERS, HUGHES, JACOB KELLER, LADYNSKI, LAMBERTI, LEE, LOMBARDO, MALZONE. Fourth Row: MURPHY, O'BRlEN, O'SHEA, OSIECKI, PICCO ROSE RYAN, WYANT. .-.X GUY WELLS Vuce-Presldent OFFICERS D. Hammond, Jr. .... president H. Wells . . . Vfce-President Q. Beaty . . . Secretary R. Long' ..... . Treasurer MEMBERS A. Q. Beaty S. B. Neister L. Blanks E. A. Powell R. O. Boot C. J. Sohenck F. E. Bushes O. L. Thomas W. Denham G. E. Von Hofe D. D. Hammond, Jr. G. H. Wells D. A. Howard I. White C. R. Long J. H. Wilson X-I Af- If ,..,f"' "T Vp M-Fx-hx Q lf-d x If 'II -MTVN 'W Alffrrrff . I W ff' WLM' fn. I . Irrfn f ws , vw . bfut 'I 'nf Elm -,..u..-f- ....3Lq3wf' .gk y K Sm-if I ENR BAPTIST STUDENT UNION First Row: BEATY, BOOT, BUSBEE. Second Row: HO WARD, LONG NEISTER. Third Row: POWELL, SCI-IENCK, VON HOFE. Fou th R WHITE WILSON. 1 -4? m ,, ' In ! 14 in fi , hz, ., an sf ga., 'I i F ,.d'?4'?'?f v ml!! ,fwfr SNAPS af Mc INITIATIONS Civil Crew neophytes down in the center of town. . . Eclxols in his Scabluard and Blade get-up. . . Bulldog initiation hay ride. . . . Dave Boy playing' soldier for Scalnbard and Blade. New Skull and Key men being introduced to the broom .... More Skull and Keys, at the football game. . . . Bulldog initiates between classes. . . . Aero Club pledge taking time out on the Ad. Building steps. Civil Crew introductions to Henry Grady .... Jim Townsend and dog, during Bulldog ceremonies. . . . O. D. K. Key during Fall Tapping .... Inevitable end of all Civil Crew initiations-the cops. My . QQ? B A f S L K E T B A i A. X I. Hyder, Jordan, and Johnston stretch hfglz fn the Georgia game. Y Hyder scores fn close quarters agamst Mercer. Y si fo W 1937 VARSITY J. C. Hyder .... Guard, Captain H. B. Boulware . Guard, Alternate Captain L. F. Anderson ...... Guard L. Olcallaghan . . Guard T. F. Sims . . . Guard A. E. Jones . Forward B. P. Jones . Forward W. B. Johnston . . Center W. H. Jordan . . Forward G. B. Smith . . Guard J. D. Butler . Forward T. J. Ebdon . Forward COACH ROY MUNDORFF The Georgia Tech basketball team of 1937 will be remembered as the team which completed its conference schedule undefeated. This remarkable achievement was made possible by an abundance of very good material and by the able tutelage of Coach Roy Mundorff. With seven lettermen-Bo Johnston, Bill Jordan, Ben Jones, Burtz Boulware, John Hyder, Ed Jones, and Fletcher Sims-returning from last yearls squad, Coach Mundorff had the nucleus of a very formidable team. Ed Jones., Jordan, and Sims, all Varsity football players, did not join the squad until after the Christmas holi- days, but they were quickly utilized in the Jacket offensive and defensive plays. George Smith, Doyle Butler, and Junior Anderson from last year's Freshman team helped to fill the gap left by Culver Kidd and Henry Crawford, lost by graduation. Jimmy O'Callaghan and T. Ebdon rounded out the Varsity squad of twelve men. The outlook for the Jackets was very bright with these twelve men, averaging over six feet in height, weighing around one hundred eighty pounds per man, and all possessed of natural ability in ball handling and basket shooting. The unusual number of good men reporting solved completely the problem of reserve strength. In a word, the Jackets had everything. p I The season opened with Mercer playing Tech January 9th, at the Tech Naval Armory. The game was a preview of the calibre of basketball Tech fans were to be privileged to watch throughout the season. Employing a fast break and a variation of Coach Mundorffls famous squirrel-cage offense to utilize the advantage of height to the fullest possible extent, the Jackets established an early lead and were never threatened by a good Mercer team. The game ended with -A Tech winning from Mercer, 53 to 36. Coach Mundorff used two com- plete teams. Bo Johnston shot twenty-one points for individual scoring honors, and Fletcher Sims and Ed Jones turned in good floor games. Techls next opponent was the University of Florida on the 'Gators' home court. The 'Gators rallied in the last half, the attack being led by Kenneth Eppert, who netted twelve points, but the Jackets came away with the long end of a 35 to 25 score. Vanderbilt supplied the next opposition for the Jackets in the Naval Armory and a capacity crowd witnessed the best exhibition of the year. FRED RAGLAND Manager - Al- -A Coach Mundorff substituted freely throughout the game as Tech gained an early lead that was too much for the Commodores to overcome. The final score was Tech 39, Vanderbilt 27. Coleman, Vandy star forward, was the individual star of the game, connecting with one-hand shots from a variety of angles to run his total to Fifteen points. Tech's scoring was shared by the entire team, which functioned well as a unit. Tech's next three games found the Jacket offense clicking and the defense work- ing smoothly. Clemson was crushed by a 51 to 13 score in the Naval Armory. Ben Jones played his best 'floor game of the year and scored seventeen points to lead the scoring. Tech next played Sewanee at Sewanee, Tennessee, and left the mountain school with a 54 to 32 victory. Ed Jones led the scoring with fifteen points, but the attaclc was materially assisted by Ben Jones, Johnston, and Boulware. The Fort Benning Soldier Boys next came to Atlanta and found the Jackets slightly off form. Although their play was ragged at times, the Jackets amassed a total of 70 points against 26 for Fort Benning. The University of Georgia was the next opponent, and the game was played in Athens. The Bulldogs put up a bitter struggle, only to yield by a 34 to 20 score. Tech used only six men during the entire game, and a scoring spree in the last few minutes by the Jackets was responsible for the fourteen-point margin of victory. On February 6th, Tech played the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. The Quakers were the leading team in the East, but Tech played a calibre of bas- lcetball which stamped the Jaclcets not only as the leading team in the Southeastern Conference, but also as one of the outstanding teams in the country. With the score knotted at 30-all when forty seconds were left to play, the easterners made good on a free throw to win the game. It was the only defeat of the season schedule for Tech. In a return game with Sewanee at the Naval Armory Coach Mundorff used every man on the squad to win 36 to 18. The Auburn plainsmen came to Atlanta, only to have their string of victories ended. Tech displayed the best form of the year to JOHNSTON OCALLAGHAN EBDON BUTLER JONES, E. JORDAN BOULWARE HYDER ANDERSON IONES, B. 'T SMNTH SIMS X M1'd'COuTt actfon fn the Georgia game win by a score of 42 to 28. It was Eaves' excellent guarding and brilliant floor play that lcept the game from being a runaway for Tech. On February 13th, Tech opposed the Vanderbilt Commodores in Nashville. The game ended with Tech leading 40 to 30, after a rough struggle during which twenty-four personal fouls were called. Bo Johnston again led the scoring with twenty-one points while Coleman of the Commodores was being re- stricted to eight points. The Florida 'Gators lost to Tech in Atlanta by a score of 43 to 37, but only after they had come from behind by outplaying and outscoring the Jackets in the last half. The Jaclcets 20 to 7 lead at half- time, however, was too much for the 'Gators to overcome. Tech won handily over the Georgia Bull- dogs by a score of 42 to 22 in the Naval Armory on February 20th. Jordan, Ed Jones, Johnston, Hyder, and Boulware began click- ing in the second half to pile up a big ad- vantage. On February 22nd, Tech completed the conference schedule with a victory over Auburn. The Plainsmen, indignant over not having been selected for the conference tournament, came within an ace of upsetting the league-leading Jaclcets. The final score was Tech 35, Auburn 33. In the Southeastern Conference tourna- ment held at Knoxville, Tennessee, February Jordan and fohnston scoring against Georgia. Ziilzjvfirilge ilitgrtgfgxlialsrjlabjgjch bijsllstslflil half 26 to 17. At the end of the game the score was 43 to 30 in favor of Tech. Techls brilliant play throughout the season established the Jackets as top-heavy favorites in the tournament. On February 27th, Tech played the University of Kentucky in the semi-finals. Tech jumped to an early lead which the Wildcats overcame to lead by a score of 24 to 18 at the half. The game was exceedingly rough at times: the boys from the Blue Grass equalled the Jackets in height and surpassed them in brawn. It was a smoother functioning of scoring plays which gave the victory to Kentucky. Carlisle, Wildcat forward, led the scoring with sixteen points. The final score: Tech 30, Kentucky 40. Bo Johnston was placed on the All-Conference team as a center while Jordan was selected as a forward on the second All-Conference team. Fred Ragland, Team Manager, was assisted by Dave Silver and John Woodall as Junior Nlanagers. Varsity letters were awarded to Johnston, Jordan, Ed Jones, Sims, Hyder, Boulware, Anderson, and O'Cal- laghan. Freshmen receiving numerals were Haymans, Wood, Picco, and page. Janu ary 9, January 13 Janu ary 16 January 20 January 23 January 27 January 30 February 6 February 10 February 11 February 13 February 15 February 20 February 22 SEASCDINIS RECCDRD 1937 se as ss un us u as u. n ss ss ns Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech :l:Games played on opponents, home court. Southeastern Conference February 26, 1937-Tech February 27 'L --Tech Mercer . -Florida . 39-Vanderbilt . 51-Clemson -Sewanee . -Ft. Benning --Georgia . 30- -Sewanee Pennsylvania 42-Auburn . Vanderbilt . 43-Florida . -Georgia Auburn . Tournament at Knoxville, '43 30-Kentucky . Mississippi S Tennessee tate . . FIRST ROW: Anderson, Ofallaghan, Butler, Sims. SECOND ROW: Jordan, l-lyder, Jones, E., Jones, B., Jolnnslon. Zziiw 79' 7 With the coming of Spring, the social season begins at Tech. Since the Homecoming, Mid- Term., and Final Dances typify the high points in the Tech social calendar., we have chosen to put them into this section, even though their actual dates may not come here. As regards athletics, track and the minor sports come to the fore, and the interest of the school is in this direction from the beginning of March till Sufnlnef. K X K, N K. S xv., xi KM i if X Xxx 7 f 1 5 ,Y f , " v Q X,-X X Xi X' X' f"'.3'uul" 4 7 ' XR'-'ifiiikli .-1frf U4'l' ' fm STVQ ZWU ! fi Q1 ' N ,ff1.w" H I 4 ll Q- II !A,, 1!U,1'4 1 4 'ZH' ,A 1 f 'ul ,nj , fQ'u1f'Iw gy' I 'V i Lg' If 1, Z' F' If I .. Q 'ii-'wwf' X N I J f ,jim-2 1 f f' W "fx, V1 ' '- lr ,M 1 M V H I h Z 1, Il ' llkw' A-Wi , 1- 11, :Qi -1.- new Y ! . , w p- -' fy M, . J -1 X-N I .x ir wp W' . X 4, A "1.','- WW!! ! .,.1 "",. '2ff1fN'vf:, YA ....mxxxy,b3N,iCQu . JM 0 ' ' 14' ' V -15 L- '? V I N G my , QS? D A N C E Sf NAP DANCING .t.fzfA Left, top to bottom: usaxyu at the mike. . . . The trumpets riding high. . . . Bob Allen sings a sweet song. . . . The N0ne-man Band." . . . Kemp leads the band, and the trom- bone swings. 16 W , I , 45 SZ .. .W . A L 'K M NAP NCIIXIG will Left, top to bottom: Bob Johnston and Alice Garner. . . . "Chick" Wil- liams and clate troclding' a mean toe. . . . nBig' Shotsn Echols ancl Bearcl talce time out with dates. . . . If in- terested, Helen Aycoclc, He 6547. . . . ucasanovau Wells and Longis girl. DUN BESTGR HGMECOMING Neil Buckley crooning for Bestor and the orchestra .... HBO" Johnston and Raymur Grant. . . . Aycoclc ancl a uniform between halves .... uAutograph, please." . . . Don Bestor's freshman at the milce. . . . Alice Taylor and George Hightower. Crazy stuff in front of the crowcl--Bestorls featured comic- . . . CBelowD Bestor at the Electric Organ. . . . Marion Bell and Don Johnston .... uLittle Napoleon., Swift .... The BLUE PRINT photographer gets Utoolcfl . . . "Mr. ancl Mrs. Garner." . . . Gerald Johnson and fwe wish we lcnewlb. Dr. and Mrs. Armstrong and Mrs. Griffin fps. The coach was asleeplf .... Adams tells a joke. . . . Cousins Biclcerstaff and Swift fone sober. the other ???D .... A brother Editor takes a rest. , . "Blue-Boyu Beck-Butters smilecl at someone else .... The inevitable pair, Dave and Jean. NAP NCIIXIG Wifi Left, top to bottom: upresentin, Sully Mason.', . . . Nancy pinch-hitting for Virginia Sims-and a good job of it, too. . . . George Hope and Bill Pike listen to the band. . . . Nelson, again. . . . Kayqs tenor, Arthur Wrig'ht, sings a song. P FIELDS M! KAY KVSER. .MID TERMS Bill usmilin' N Stolcer and mln Your Own Little lnnocent way." . . . "Rhett Butlerq' Beard. . . . Dot Bagwell and Bill Pike .... uYanlceeN Nlerrill and date. . . . Jensen and his latest find- Nelle Cheek .... Lois Merriam dances with one of the many. npossurnv McLean and Alexander at the handstand .... cBelowD Arthur Wright again. . . . Jim Ryan with alumni Dannals and Austin .... Mr. and Mrs. Harrison .... Lolcey and a swell number fat least from the haclcj .... Fitten and Hiltchinson. . . . HKoonn and Jo pay off to Collins and Mayes. Ulsh Kahihhlen-nllm a Devil in My Own Home Town." . . . Shot from the cat-walk. . . . Shep Fields meets Billy Paxton and Nlary Belle Classet. , . . For the last time-Johnston and Garner. . . . Dave Boy dances with a hrotherqs girl. . , . Nancy again. n i r 1 , I df Mg PAN-I-IELLENIC Jim' Ryan and Rachel Kennecly. . . . Bill Wallace and Barbara Beam .... Buclc Layton ancl Grace Arrington .... Dave -Silver and Emma Minkovitch .... Jack Clmivington and 'Woodie Campbell. . . Jim Wyatt and Susan Spratt. Jim Ramage and Marie Cherry .... Harry Beck and Rutlmanna Butters .... Jim Olcallaghan and Margaret L'Eng'le. . . . Dick Beard and Alma Knight .... Allen Jensen and Nelle Cheek. . . . Don J0l'll'1SlfOI'l and Jean Turner. Sidney and Barbara I-I3l'I'lSOX'l .... Charlie Simons and Mary' .... SeCO1'd and Myrta Jernigan .... Billy Caldwell and Dot Bagwell .... Dean Morgan and Frances Butters. . . . Findlay Cox and Raymur Grant. I: A V CD R I T E S X 470,64 Q , AV .1 211: 15 az'- -21 E. .1 S l H116 0016? ,1- xv ,l H TH IVCIZET W 4 if i s 'sfiga 7 - ssl wi , gl L ri d M, ,A , 9551215 'f GST gzfgwl f QM- -Lf,-szf ,KH ,,, 15, fag, f We 521 fe' f mime: Y 'Y ,FEM U L' 'mm- viii 'K fn sm - L .44 Eiilfl Ll TILE 'C 'if 9 . : ,. 21? ii? ,gi Zigi swjkg ML AY V7 4 Y 1 K THQETST 2 , L :mx ,M ? 'Hx WS! we IF' ws 53' L14 50546 A'fAf0wez Wig, Ca wffne ZOAAZJ LL s i s E a 5 V' 'MH' I W nlf' T Q A C 1 K I I I We 522522 ' ,r , fra 5 ,.....,, T ,. A W--.,-a--sair,:rir , if V 1 ia- , - -'-- H. ...,.-..ua,,.,,,.W.r,.,,,f.MWaWMaa,.M.f,Wsg,ptmma-gnwimnpaww 1 law. A gn W 3 3 E A Q a JOHNNIE I-IYDER Captain THE VARSQTY SQUAD I937 SCHEDULE April 3rd . . Clemson at Tech April 10th . Alabama at Tuscaloosa April 17th . . Florida at Tech April 20th . Vanderbilt at Nashville May lst . . Georgia at Tech May 8th . . . . . . Auburn at Auburn May 14-15 . Southeastern Conference Meet at Birmingham The 1937 TRACK TEAM TWO-MILE RUN R. P. Aldridge J. P. Byrd W. Dodds J. L. Edwards, Jr. E. C. Famlorough R. W. Kestler A. Watson ON E-MILE RUN R. P. Aldridge R. W. Kestler D. Mor-.ford J. S. Rhyrie HALF-MILE RUN C. G. Giles M. L. Goldman N. M. Vaughn OUARTER-MILE RUN C. L. Belcher, Jr. C. A. Biclcerstaff, Jr. R. M. I. Halman J. W. Simms C. Staples N. M. Vaughn 220-YARD DASH C. L. Belcher, Jr. T. R. ,Tones M. Konemann, Jr. C. A. Staples J. H. Taylor IOO-YARD DASH T. R. ,Tones M. Konemann., Jr. HIGH HURDLES W. B. Doe, Jr. J. C. Hyder W. G. Thrash J. Tufts LOW HURDLES C. L. Belcher, Jr. J. C. Hyder T. R. Jones W. G. Thrash J. R. Tufts BROAD JUMP J. S. Moore I. G. Wallis HIGH JUMP J. C. Hyder G. H. McKee POLE VAULT C. H. Calhoun J. c. Hyder P. S. Nurko J. G. Wallis DISCUS W. R. Rice A. R. Fitzslmons JAVELI N W. B. Johnson M. Konemann G. K. Lott J. E. York SHOT-PUT H. Petersen W. R. Rice J. E. York COACH GEORGE GRIFFIN TOP ROW: Jones, Giles, Belcher, York, Vaughn. 4 BOTTOM ROW: Konemann, Moore, Aldridge, Petersen, Lott. Although the season has not officially opened at the time of going' to press, the traclcsters have completed four Weeks of practice in preparation for the first meet with Clemson. The team suffered a serious set-hack when practice began, due to the loss of Ben Jones, Doyle Butler, and Walker, and it was felt that prospects were rather grim. However, a squad of thirty-four men turned out, and Coach Griffin went to work with them, the team electing Johnnie Hyder and "Chick" Aldridge, two veterans from last year, as captain and alternate captain respectively. Aldridge, who holds several conference records, will he one of the mainstays of the Jackets during the season. Hyder, with his peculiar form in the pole vault, is expected to make. a top showing in combination with Calhoun, Nurlco, and Wallis. HKoon" Konemann, the Jackets' star fullhaclc, will he e ntered in the 220- and 100-yard dashes, together with Jones, Belcher, Staples, and Taylor. Belcher, who starred on last year's freshman TOP ROW: Biclcerstatl, Tufts, Edwards, Munlofd, Staples. BOTTOM ROW: Nurlco, Kestler, Calhoun, Fambrough, Goldman. l 4 wm . mr- ' " -Y -'--:wW.,.a1af5w...w.,,, .M 5, Mmmhm TOP ROW: Johnson, Doe, Rice, Rhyme. BOTTOM ROW: McKee, Byrd, Dodds, Holman, Fowler fManageri. squad, has been promising in his performance this year on the varsity, and it is expected that he wiii he a very useful man for the next two seasons. As is customary, a meet between the varsity and freshman squads will he held, in order that the teams may be tested before the actual opening of the season. This meet, which is to he held this year on March 27th, will be conducted hy Coach Griffin as a regulation track meet, and is expected to uncover some fine material among the Baby Jackets. FIQESHMAN TRACK TEAM R. G. Behrn L. E. Binion M. P. Booker M. H. Burroughs L. L. Carr J. Chapman M. G. Christopher W. T. Clearn-ian W. W. Cotten C. D. Flanigen W. J. Forsythe J. G. Gaines J. D. Gainey W. K. Hailey R. B. Harrison J. H. Hooker G. D. Hoyt H. S. Huggins J. G. Kwilecki A. H. MaeDonell J. H. Malone J. B. Mayo A. C. Ormond O. E. Parks B. Peeples C. P. Peters C. M. Johnston, Manager N. G. Rubin W. M. Sohotanus W. B. Seale A. H. Small B. R. Snooks H. Strickland W. D. Stroud W. T. Stuart A. L. Tartaglio D. H. Thompson J. W. Tyler J. Wilson W. W. Woods FIRST ROW: l.eCraw, McFarland, Fowler lMana3erl, Fambrough, Muntord. SECOND ROW: Jones, Manley, Shropshire, Aldridge, l-lyder, Kestler. THIRD ROW: Edwards, Allriend, Sims, McLean, Campen. FOURTH ROW: Dodds, Byrd, Watson. CROSS COUNTRY The 1936 Georgia Tech cross country team, which lost only two important men in last year's graduating class, faced this fall the problem of upholding the undefeated record established by last yearqs squad. They were also expected to again win, by a large margin, the Southeastern Conference meet sponsored by the ATLANTA JOURNAL. These two feats they accomplished, and added to them by maintaining a perfect score in every meet. The season opened with a meet against Auburn, November Tfh, on Techis new cross country course. Led by Captain "Chick" Aldridge, Techis two-mile Champion of the South, the Jacket Harriers emerged victorious by a score of 15 to 50. A weelc later, Alabama visited the Flats, only to be turned back just as Auburn. Again Tech maintained a perfect slate by taking all seven leading places before an Alabama man Finished. The one out-of-town meet was with our ancient rivals at Athens. Here again the Harriers swelled the hearts of every Tech man by completely swamping Georgia. For the third consecu- tive meet Tech had made the perfect score. Georgia, Mississippi A. E5 M., Auburn, and Tech ran in the Southeastern Conference meet held at Tech November 26th. Although the field was fast, Tech's unusual runners again took the first seven places, the entire team finishing before a single member of an opposing squad had crossed the mark. Cross country history has been made at Tech by this unusual record, and many a meet will be won and lost before another team equals it. FRESHMAN CIQCDSS CCDUNTIQY Although not equalling the fine record set by their upperclassrnen, the Freshman cross country team this year completed a quite successful season. Their schedule consisted of dual meets with Georgia Military Academy, Boys High School, and Tech High School. The lnterscholastic meet between these four schools was held at Tech the week-end of November Qlst. Opening the season under the able leadership of Captain Artie Small, former Boys High track and cross country star, the baby Harriers defeated G. M. A. by a comfortable margin. Under the usual reverse count scoring used in cross country, the Freshmen won by a score of 21 to 34. The following week they tasted their only defeat in a dual meet. Although Small and Stuart won the first two places, Boys High clinched the meet by taking the remaining five. The final score was a close 25 to 30 in Boys Highis favor. However the sting of defeat was removed the next Saturday by a win over Tech High to the tune of 25 to 31. The lnterscholastic meet proved to be the closest of the season. ln spite of the fine running ot the Freshman stars, Small and Stuart, the Baby Harriers emerged from the contest in second place. Boys High won the meet with Tech High and M. A. tinishing third and fourth respec- tively. In spite of these two defeats, Coach George Griffin feels that the Freshmen will add con- siderably to next yearns varsity and aid them in continuing their fine record. Napuzr fManagcrJ, Anderson, Farmer, Zxmmcrrnan, Hayrnans, Stuart, Johnston ffvlenegcrl. jff . 2335 M I N CD R S I3 Q R T S 4 4 I Smith, Barnes, Eager, Holditch. GULF The prospects for the 1937 golf team point towards an even better season than last year. The team is composed of Tommy Barnes CNC. 15, Stanley Holditch QNO. QD, Bill Eager QNO. 35, and Willingham Smith CNO. 45. Barnes is Atlantic City champion, and played in the National Ama- teur Tournament held at Garden City, N. Y., last summer. Holditch is a former winner of the Radium Springs and Columbus, Georgia, Invitation Tournaments. Eager won the Columbus Invitation Tournament last year, and went to the finals in the Southern Intercollegiate Match at Athens, Georgia. Smith is the teamls only new member, but his past scores prove that he will uphold the records established by his team-mates. Under the leadership of Captain Tommy Barnes, the team will engage in eleven matches with the leading colleges of the South. It is also entered in the Southern Intercollegiate Tourna- ment to be held April Q2-Q4 at Athens, Georgia. In addition, the team members expect to enter the National Intercollegiate Tournament at Oalcmont Country Club, Pittsburgh, Pa., in July. SCHEDULE March 26 Georgetown University April University of Alabama March 27 Fort Benning April University of Florida April 2 University ot Tennessee April Southern Intercollegiate April 3 Vanderbilt University May University of Georgia April 5 Dulce University May University of Georgia April 10 University of Tennessee May University of Alabama SNXXIIVIIVIING Despite the loss of several varsity men at the beginning of the season, and the lack of a con- venient pool, Tech has finally gotten into its old championship stride again. After losing the first two meets to Tennessee and Clemson, the Jackets trounced Auburn with an overwhelming score, thus brightening the prospects for future meets with Emory, Tampa, Georgia, and Florida. The team is composed of Henry Plage, Inackstroke and captain, and undefeated so far this year: Bill Hutchinson, breast stroke and also undefeated: Howard Duncan and B. Holst, fancy diving, both being men of outstanding performance: Ormond House, 220- and 440-yard free style dashes: John Coley and D. Prescilla, two veterans who handle the sprints: and Dick Nelson, Cooper Campbell, Charles Roach, E. Haile, Gay Thrash, H. D. Spratlin, and M. Feagle, new men to the varsity this year. The team is under the supervision of Coach Fred Lanoue. SCHEDULE March 6 . Tennessee March 20 . Tampa March 11 . Clemson March 27 . Emory March 13 . Auburn April 3 . Georgia March 17 . Atlanta Y. M. C. A. April 10 . Florida Southeastern Conference Meet to be held at Mississippi State. I FIRST ROW: House, Duncan, Feagle, I-Ialle, Hutchinson, Nelson, CampbeII. SECOND ROW: Coach Lanoue, Coley, Plage, Thrash, I-Iolst, SpratIIn, PresciIIa, I-Iowie IManagerI FIRST ROW: Reisrnan, Ady, Coach Morenus, Fagan, Conklin. SECOND ROW: Rippberger, Waite, Carran. FENCING In the intramural matches which were held during the fall between teams representing the five military units and the non-military students, the team representing the Second Battalion, C. A. C., won the championship. This squad was composed of Rippberger, White, and Hames. Bob Ady won the individual matches, in which about thirty men competed. The varsity schedule began immediately after the mid-term exams. The team won its first match against the Atlanta Fencing Club, but lost in succession to Rollins, Fort Benning, St. Johnqs, and Vanderbilt. Of these teams, all except Vanderbiltiwere superior to Tech in previous experi- ence, so that the outlook for a successful season is still good. The mainstay of the Jackets has been the two letter-men from last year, Bob Fagan, fencing foil, epee, and saber, and Ralph Reisman, fencing foil and epee. Ray Conklin, fencing his first year of saber competition, has done well in matches with that weapon. George Waite, a junior fencing his first year for Tech, has developed to one of the best foils men on the team, and Jack Carran has given good account of himself with both foil and epee. This year was the first in which the freshmen were allowed to schedule matches, and al- though they lost their First meet with Boys High, they beat Savannah High, Oglethorpe, and the Atlanta Fencing Clulfs prep team. A return match with Boys High is scheduled. The freshmen have been under the direction of Charles Rippberger, who is largely responsible for their success. The undefeated Boys High team might well be considered a division of the Tech team, since it has been organized and coached by Jack Carran of the Tech varsity. On this., the last page of the BLUE PRINT devoted to the school proper, we wish to render acknowledgment to those who have expended a great amount of time and effort toward the success of the book. The invalu- able assistance of Miss Helen Morgan, Mr. Bill Bradley, Mr. George Way, and Mr. Walt Dargan of the Photo-Process Engraving Com- pany, Mr. Charlie Young of the Foote E5 Davies Printing Company, Mr. Marion Ware and Mr. Henry Gaspar of Gaspar-Ware Studios has been mainly responsible for what we believe you will consider a successful annual. my 1 Q55 r ' ' ' B. 5? 5 Sr Q. .v N i Y Q i BLUE PRINT Glfrmizmg Aristocrat Dairies ...... . I6 Atlantic Ice and Coal Company . . 24 Atlantic Steel Company .... . 7 L. G. Baltour Company . . . 24 Barrett Food Products . . . I8 Biltmore I-Iotel .... . 6 BIick's Bowling Center . . 4 Campbell Coal Company . . . I8 Clinton Starch Company . . . I0 Coca-Cola Company . . . . 6 Columbia Alkali Corporation . . 26 I-Iurd J. Crain Agency . . . . 30 De Jarnette Supply Company . . . 20 Denmark Grocery Company . . . 26 Dinkler I-Iotels ....... . I3 Dixie Drive-It-Yourselt Company . . 28 I-larry F. Dobbs, Incorporated . . . 28 Doctors ot Atlanta .... . I0 Eastman Kodak Company . . 20 Fine Products Corporation . . 3 Foote gl Davies Company . . 29 Ford Motor Company . . . 9 Fox Theatre ..... . 22 Fulton Supply Company . . . I8 Gaspar-Ware Studios . . . 23 Genuine Parts Company . . . . 26 Georgia Blue Print Company . . . 30 Georgia School ot Technology . . . 8 Walter A. Guest Company . . . 26 I-IertF-Jones Company . . . . 20 I-Iertz Driv-Ur-Selt Stations, Inc. . . 24 J. N. I-Iirsch Company ....... 26 '35 I-Iunter Coal Company .... . I6 Jersey Ice Cream Company . . 20 R. E. Jolley Company . . . 30 Liberty Laundry .... . 20 Lipscomb Weyman Chapman . I6 London's Shell Service . . . . 24 Lyle X4 Gaston, Incorporated . . . 24 National Oil Products Company . . 228 New York Lite Insurance Company . . 26 Pacitic Mutual Lite Insurance Co. .... I8 Pennick and Ford Ltd., Incorporated . . . I8 Photo Process Engraving Company . . 25 Thomas Purse Service Station . . . 28 Robert and Company .... . 4 Robert Fulton I-Iotel . . . . I9 Schwob Clothing Company . . I6 Seydel Woolley Company . . I2 Sigmund Eisner Company . . I4 S. K. Smith Company .... . I6 Spratlin, I-Iarrington and Thomas . . 28 A. E. Staley Manutacturing Co. . . . 20 Standard Bag ....... . 28 Standard Pharmacy . , 30 Superior Laundry . . . I8 Tech College Inn .... . I7 Tech Shop, Incorporated . . 30 Trio Laundry .... . I6 The Varsity ...... . 24 Wood Ice Cream Company . . . 30 Yancey Brothers, Incorporated ..... 30 FEATURES-Deviating trom the traditional cus- tom ot making the Advertising Section the humor section ot the book, we are presenting automo- bilesuot unusual design. The portrayals ot the ultra-modern in automotive transportation shown throughout the Advertising Section were planned and drawn by George C. Taylor, a Tech Senior in Mechanical Engineering. ADVERTISERS--The BLUE PRINT Statt wishes to urge every Tech student to patronize the adver- tisers-not only because these advertisers have contributed much to the success ot this book but also because they have shown themselves to be loyal Tech supporters. It will be greatly appre- ciated it Tech students will mention the BLUE PRINT when buying trom our advertisers. I 4 1 Y 1 1 1:1111 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1x1r1n4rn1n1o1 1 111111 ROBERT AND CCJMPANV INCORPORATED ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS Atlanta ARCHITECTS ENGINEERS APPRAISERS CONSULTANTS 0101011110111111o1o1u1u1n1o1o1o1o101n1o1o1numr1n10111n1o1o1n1o1o1 FORGET YOUR WORRIES Roll Your Troubles Away At Our New Bowling Alleys if 68 Located Next Door to the Georgian Terrace Conveniently Located Ideal Sport for lu i for the Tecl1 Men Girl Friend Bowl. FoR HEALTI-i's SAKE BLICK'S BOWLING CENTER 20 Houston St. WAInut 5622 101111: 1 111101111 1 1 9:1 1 1:1o1o1u1o111 1 1 1 1 1u1o1n1n1n1u14 4 "CE . 22' - ,,..,.m-,...mnff' v 4 I1 F' g f Q 3 ' :N S .-: . f 2, xg, sk, N. ,,3,,, , ,fgf- nnnlmn H. .. .... ,, ,A ""' .- ,x .. ::11:.,..f 'Q ,. .um-v:j3-j.,,,,..x. . A-...wlfgqly 'I JN., ,ul ' ' m n ly waz! 'QQ ' I! ,pf-H 1 ,mg ,. -W y W ' .,-""""yWy 'hyI1' 1:y.RUf:4Lt .ge ' B iifniq-it 'NAN Q W! Q 1 ' U U 1 "ti ' ' B W xxm1N'lN:nt'Uxxxxxxn ' xx? Ig Q . -Q .xr "' A 'xttkx-K".M ' N X K H1 W-:la 5 wi X x 1 f "I lu' xtxxxxxUxyxXlXxN KvxxlxXxxvKl.kXxl!KN Ulxxlxxkxuxgxmm Y QW N N xx XV ig , . l u1"" NNW MUN ,U N NNW UU My U UNI Kai-1 152 fy 'Q 'A ...ul ,H-" ' 1 ,mxuuUX'QXXUumulVNU U xxx UW "Hsu UWM' 'fp llk-Xi, Q ""'W' ' WuFJkm'mnlummHuh1U 1lH"30w'Iw"'I1'' ' I"""ff- fs' 5 -x Axanwxxwxxkxxxlxlxmxxxmu mst: ,u :lxlu HHH , ,XR , 4 I ,-'.Ml,4:!..:- 4 9 .. g, 'gf qgw , "ful-,,, I J- rx. I x , . 5, :.---"' 71'-Psa S- JIM X if-i 12 , I ff, ,ggfcwd ggbjgitmxn X :U ng: I lxxxxlu X K U KN M5 5 .l .- ' r fx L1 ., ., ' Q x x X if ni:-fl' :Xe "Z27f3?55:':1.x3-X'Q'M'M.Q.v.uns'!-195 ""!' ' "ff" '-L K' 09,7 4 ' HW-1-""" ' E , w . ?, ' -N ' ' A ,', N .R "4 1 ffw ,f X X 2, :iv- . 7119 3 , xxxx A in XX W.: It 22,1 5. 1.1 .f . ' 1122 ,H ex- Tx xx .vi 5 .g., ! l 6 0.0 0:0 Q U n 9 U H 3 o 0 Q 1u1o2u:oirx1n1oinqpozoiozuznzr 1 1 101412:vimxi:xioioivioi::cbuiniuioininioimwin: 1 1 The Atlanta Biltmore Appreciates . . . . . . the patronage of the stuclent body of Tech. To those who are graduating we offer our heartiest congratulations and sincere best wishes for the future: to the undergraduates We express the hope that they will continue to allow us to serve them as in the past. The Biltmoreqs convenient location makes it the ideal headquarters for visit- ing parents or alumni. RATES FROM S3 ATLANTA BILTMORE "The South's Supreme Hotel" 0 034 - 212 2 2 2 2 2 2 2.,2.,....,2..2 2 2 2,2.,-..2.,2.,-.,2.,2 2 2 2 2 2 2 - 2 2 2 2 2.,2.,-..g. ,--22-2222-222-222222222-222 2.. 2.222222 222222222222222222222222..2c:br22i22..22.2202 Pure refreshm nt . 6 o use 111211103:110201031131mboixqbrlui:xicri:nicmi:rininiuiuioioiewil12L124xii111xiuiugngoimxiirinisoz 0 if ex -' if ,. S Q A- ,:,.,. I ff, 1 1 1:1 14111 1: 1 1010111101411 1 1 1 1 1111111 1 Cjcorqia School of Tcchnoloqu HA Technica? Schoof W1'th a Natfonaf Rebutatfo H l-lE GEORGIA SCHOOL Ol: TECHNOLOGY otters to young men ot ability and ambition a 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. lts greatest asset is the record which its alumni are mak- ing in the productive work ot the world. Georgia Tech graduates succeed because they have been trained both to think scientitically and to work etticiently. Courses in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Textile, Chemical, Ceramic, Aeronautical and General En- gineering, Architecture, Industrial Management and Chemistry. Coast Artillery, Signal Corps, lntantry and Ordnance Units ot the R. O. T. C., also Naval R. O. T. C. 000 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, ADDRESS C7716 Registrar Georgia School of Technology Jltlanta H H H H GC-:orqia 8 ago 4101 11 01: 01411 101 1:1 11 ri 101 u 01 ui u1n1u1o1 1 --1:1 1 1111011020 2 5721? wife FORD T HAS never occurred before in automobile history that 25 million cars of one malce, bearing one name, have been manufactured un- der one management. The 25,000,- 000th Ford car rolled off the Ford Rouge Plant production line on January 18, 1937. 25 mfllfon cars since 1903 . . . more than one-tlulrcl of all the cars ever buflt . . . enough cars to transport the entire population of the United States. The figures represent a remark- able contribution to the social wel- fare, the industrial stability and the general progress of our country. People respect Ford efficiency. They lcnow Ford uses fine ma- terials, the best workmanship at good wages, the most exact preci- sion measurements. They know Henry Ford and Edsel Ford with the first and 25 mfuiontfz Ford cars these things are passed along to purchasers in the form of extra value. Naturally, they lilce to do business with such a company. That is why it has been required to produce 25 million cars. Nattlrally, too, they expect more of a Ford car, more this year than last year-more each year than the year before. They have every right to. The experience gained in building 25,000,000 cars enables Ford to produce today a really su- perb motor car at a really low price -with the beauty, comfort, safety and performance of much more ex- pensive cars. The 1937 Ford V-8 combines ad- vanced design, all-steel body con- FORD DEALERS 9 struction, extra body room, and brilliant bralces with a cltofce of two V-type 8-cylinder engines-the most modern type of power-plant. The 85-horsepower engine pro- vides top performance with un- usually good economy for its high power. The 60-horsepower engine gives good performance with the greatest gasoline mileage ever burlt into a Ford car-and wears the lowest Ford price tag fn years. People expect more of a Ford car because vitls a Ford-and they get more, for the same reason. It is undeniably The Quality Car in the Low-price Field. OF GEORGIA ' . G7 f -fozzppfztzlzerzlfs Q . tt' , 1 I M t tv w t t ' Dootors ot Atlanta Friendly to Georgia Tech ti 'A' ::rrat,:::::-::::::::::::::::: FOR ALL TEXTILE PURPOSES CLINTGN STARCHES M anufactured by CLINTON COMPANY CLINTON, IOWA QUALITY SERVICE 1:1 1 1 1:1 1:1 1 1 1 1 -:n1u1u1n1 11 1:1 11111111 10 1.-. : ,- 'N 'f ZSUYGDCDQ UUDCZS i EV ll , K H I H H H N L A H l if Q: , - 1 7, F' j iii i :A , qfffr,f' -K- 1l 4 1 in - gf ggi? ggq i .v , if 1 :f f 53 EE , ,QE?- 7i fi1 P N I V ,, V -5 i i 5f7' K I I im jf-i.lY ni f X xrxflufx fffff f 11 i ,Q 8 5 4 ' 531' fyigflw 77,1 f Q52- ffi vi x V X 1 7 ' Y- f :mam -:Paw an Of if X ' x , , 3 4 . vi 4 Q Z 'uf' 17 f if f f, k .f ' ' ' 'J '-N' -X' Xf 1 "'-fiiilf '-iiiy X ,f fx 'vxfxxx X xXx ff? 4' U Ww X wX1X f 1' f: f ?1 4 x V N WXN isa X ' FST W ., lVj' ,ff4 " i - - K - - 1 I 11 02114 2 1 as uinzuznqzozuzu ni nz 1: :nz u U U U I 1 U U v ...zu aqqprrqprr-1111111111131 111:11 quiimqniiiiiimiiz "A Cwnpnny If Known by the Cnffmnem If Keepf' SEYDEL - WUGLLEY C0. 748 Rice Street ATLANTA, GA. IU I A512 riff? ,X K if AAAA f ' I -Q 7 fel 15' C fhkyxxxxxgigg ffy frf X x,2 1 xl t A if M K. Textile Cneznicnlf Warp Siqingf SOFTENERS PEN ETRANTS 111:11iz11ixiuixguinzniozuii1: 151111112 12 9?rirI1rI1rminiii11+TirTirT14riuirxiuiuiuiuiuirIinimimicinmirI1:iir111rirnioiraioinzuinznir101411 E Here are pictured all of the Dinlrler operated hotels. ln these hotels you will find modern con- ! veniences, even unto air-conditioned bedrooms at both the Tutwiler and the Andrew Jackson. ! And in all you will find friendly Service. ! ,ff " 2.3-Parry-V I DI HLER U W1 ff :fr or wrlritiifr, , i s Q A 3 ,, LR l , 549355 gg gggg,.1'ff'?'f'Y??!!?zfzggg 'ii-, 'If ,'g'f x25, 3 2 figs! ' ,, ' " ,Y Q- ' :YQ il Sijfrrfgf , diff' if, La-I HE .jijfg-'ill ' Wgffrr f. SEQ: Q: rs .szrrzffgggmiggilgg , D ,pu ,I 5. ,jf I QS .5,3Ig.,r1 : 5gg3gg::::17 FE if EE is I: :rr:i:'i,rf:rggTif5:33Q :Qi -ii I " j :gm rr: err: ,- G Siftfimvi . KW? 55555-E :55'i55'EflfliQQf?Q INCORPORATED ' ii? l ' fiiffim -555,555 riff if fi gg ,Ner1r2 'i ,S i ?E? ?FFFF iiaiiiiiif I -sf: za- T :'fw "" YS 1 Lrg . Lua N, ,.-f 'f r WLL 5 I , rfr-r . u. . l il CARLING DWKLER C President and General Mana er A Q I ,Q P In 3 L11-E E I M E ll H THE ANSLEY THE SAVANNAH A G ATLANTA, GEORGIA SAVANNAH, GEORGIA Q CARLING DINKLER i ANDREW A. SMITH ' President and General Manager Vice-President and Manager H i WW-G - ,Q 1 2 l ,gk gl, ,Hz Rziooo , if T'-F" ooms ll um fm 'Ling if 1 ll .1I, ,VI., .V... I I ,I,,.,,r,,., H .... 'Wifi' 1?-asf-, Svufhffn i .,.. R ' -A - ! THE O- HENRY THE ST. CHARLES ! GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA A NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA i O- W- DONNELL JOHN J. O'LEARY i VlC6'P'CSldCVIf and MGVIBSCY ViceAPresident and Manager i ANDREW JACKSON THE TUTWILER JEFFERSON DAVIS , NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA I ROBERT P. LOVE R. BURT ORNDORF W. H. MOORE i Vice-President and Manager Vice-President and Manager Vice-President and Manager ofain111:01oiuioioiriiozoi :ini0101411-1111111114:10inirx11:101uinzoioio1ninirmirrioioiuiui 13 0:0 Q H 2 ! ru-Z4 Q .0 101111: n I1 I I I I I Q U ! ! I ,:, I . I 10:1 I 11111111 SIGMUND EISNER JBERSNE5 xv. 1. DELANEY, jk. Cjtlflfllfll, inf Bzlllafioll FURNISHERS OF THE OFFICIAL TECH 5K UNIFORM FOR FRESHMEN, UPPER Q CLASSMEN, AND CADET OFFICERS I 1 1 1 1:1111 1:1 11u1o1n1u1u1m1 1 1 1 141 1 111 , m r ? U X15 QD 15 C3 1010101010101010101010101 1110 101010101 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 MOLLOY-MADE Covers . . . produced in a plant devoted ex- clusively to embossed and dec- orated products by an organi- zation of cover specialists-rep- resent the highest standard in yearbook Work. Specify 'QMol- loy"-it's your assurance of the best. 000 THE DAVIDJ. MOLLOY PLANT 2857 North Western Avenue CI-IICAGO f ILLINOIS 101010101 1: 11 111 1 11 101010101 11 10101010101 1010101010101i1 1 101' The Besf Dressed Men Wear . . . Fiivwi-HER THE SCHWOB COMPANY 91 Peachtree St., N. E. Corner Mitchell and Broad Sts. ATLANTA 1 GEORGIA 101010101010101010101010101 .1110 1 01 0 HUNTER COAL COMPANY 909 Boulevard, N. E. H37 YEARS SERVING ATLANTA" VERNON 1 1 6 6 TVe Appreciate Teeb Business 101411:110101411010101010101014110101 1 10101 010101w:4 1 011920 9:4110 E 9:0 24 0 'e v 0,0 o 9.0 0a 01 0101010101 01 0 0 19.4 9.0 101010101010101010101010101 0 101 LIPSCOMB-WEYMAN CHAPMAN CO. Loans - Insurance Rents - Real Estate ZI4 Western Union Building ATLANTA 1 GEORGIA 114-1010101 111 1 1:1 1 1 1 1 11011010101010101010101010101010101 Tech .Specialist for 28 Years LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING TRIO LAUNDRY JACKSON moo 30101 1,1 1 1010101010101i1 11 11 1 11010110101010101010101010101010101 Aristocrat Thelwdb THAT HELPS BUILD BODH5 ANDBRAINS OF COLLEGE MEN Aristocrat TheIMHk that Helps You Win the Battles Ot Lite o Triple-Tested for Purity Aristocrat 501010101111010101 11 10111 1 11 1 11 1 10101 0:01 ays wel COH16 at ll ...andy 0u'fe alw FOUNTAIN SEPNXCE LUNCHES QL.. BO OKS and SUPP JEWELRY ULLEGE 1 LXES N I AA HIE ATLANTA, GEORGIA x v101n.1n1u1n1n1n10101411 1 The PACIFIC MUTUAL Life Insurance Company Will f7l'0fC'C'f you ngfzinsf- Accident Sickness Death OICI Age all in OIIC' Coufracf OCD f GENERAL AGENT I I3I7 First National Bank BuuIdung Emory L. Jenks, 23 gljjnqa II 1 1 1 1 1 .1u1u1u1u1u..1n1a FULTON SUPPLY CO I nd zzsfrial - Trfxfilv C0llfVOC'ffJV.Y Supplies and Machinery ATLANTA, GA. f MAin 3400 01o1n1u-101u1o1u1o1u1u1u1 1 10 YARDS ACUON One Near FOR JACKSON You '. 1, 5 CAM PBEll co I. 1n1n1u1u1u1o1u1a1 1 1 11 i ll II ii Ei I EF Servldpr Servnce ,Ceilm9 Fon Cnrculating ICQ Watercmd Roduo In Every Room 300 Rooms 300 Baths Convenient GamgQs CONVENIENCE . . . Rtgbt in tbe Center QF Shopping, Bzefineff, Theatre Difttietf Q o Q Extm Cemfertff RCBERT FULTON Hotel 1 11111 1 11: 1 1 1:21 an 311103112131 111 111111111 1 1 111 19 Q Q010:0:02-i:0:0:0:0: :0:0:0:0:0:0-0,v GEORGIA TECH CLASSRING For Any Graduating Year Qlzollowing Information Neededj Degree f Course 1 Year f Stone Size 1 Green, Yellow or White Gold Any Special Encrusting in Stone ALUMNI REPAIRS Ever 1 01'llI'I' fl Tiff I K u nzusfj 120 5111- Smal to C! pro WJ by "" ' W N I fo in 5 ll V0 AlZlI7'II7j Svc. mfigfaftol, V lzcforrf bring K I K Ji jillrfd. sertfice. 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CORRECT DEVELOPING AND EXPERT PRINTING IS OUR BUSINESS ojo Leave your film at one of our SNAPSHOT SERVICE STATIONS LYLE 8z GASTON, INC. WaI. 7288 P. O. Box 4205 Atlanfa Thousands of People Consistently RE-ORDER our CoaIs- THERE IS A REASON O ATLANTIC ICE 81 COAL CO. Phone MAin 1900 : 2 : : :.i:.,:.,:.,-..:.,:.,:.: : : : :wp WALTER LONDON S H E L L FITTIT and Spring .2,-..-.,----- -------- o S - 0- .50 1 sq 0:0 Q get fo 4 o 04+ I ii 1 v1io:o pzq no .gh 0a 01 01 010101.010101010101010101010101 101 010101010 101 I1 - - - - 1 1 2014010 5:0741 1 10101010101010101010101010101 T H E V A R S I T Y Goocl Food - Cold Drinks PARKING LOT O Barber Shogi In Connection . 55-6I North Avenue, N. W. LD0101 1110101 10101 1 1010101 1 1 101010101 0101010 10101010 1010 1010 1 WorId'S Largest AuTornoI3iIe RenTaI Organizaiion Hertz Driv-Ur-Self Stations NEW PASSENGER CARS Sfecviaf Rates for Georgfa Tech Students No Red Tape Hertz Driv-Ur-Self Stations, Inc. 40 AUBURN AVE., N. E. Phone WA, 8080 10101010101010101 1 101 1010101 101 101 101 1010101010101010101 1 L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS OQO Leading Manufacturers of Fraternity and Sorority Insignia CIass Rings and Pins Commencement Announcements Diplomas, Favors, Cups Medals, Trophies 090 KNOWN WHEREVER THERE ARE SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES 101 10101010101 10101010101 1 1 f5'1f-f- gg 2 RYE Q 'gffizgffif -1 ,,..v , 6 'SW "W HOT0-P42 OCESS 642 VIN6 C .1 Il5-II9 LUCKIE STREET 'ATlA' 1'A GEORGIA 111141111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111 1 1 1 1 1 111111111111 1 COLUMBIA ALKALIES Set the Standards ot Purity CAUSTIC SODA SODA ASH WASHING SODA CALCIUM CHLORIDE LIOUID CHLORINE 000 Columbia Alkali Corp. NEW YORK, N. Y. Cfaemical Division of Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. ole Agent- Seydel-WooIIey Company 748 Rice Street ATLANTA f GEORGIA 1 11110111111101111111111111111111 1 1 D E N M A R K ' S 0 The Fraternity Grocer ' 0 Corner Williams and North Avenue Phone: Hlimlock 4121-22 1111 1 1411 1 1111111111111111111 1 1 1111103 1111111111111111111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 11111111 GRADUATE to FLOR DE IVIELBA "The Cigar Supreme" J. N. HIRSCH Distributor 144 Marietta St., N. W. Atlanta :oc 111 11024 111111111 11111111111111111 11 11 1111121111 11111111111411111 1 1111 1111111111111111111111 Arrow Shirts Florsheim Shoes WALTER A. GUEST Popular Priced Men's Wear 237 Mitchell St., S. W. ATLANTA 1 GEORGIA ' 111111111111111 1 1 1 11111111111111111 .g..-..,.-nz...-..:..:.,:..:..: : : -.:. : - :.- C0llIPliI7'IU1If,Y of . . . GENUINE PARTS COMPANY "Largest Parts Warehouse in the South" 28 I -29 I Ivy Street ATLANTA 1 GEORGIA .IQD11111111111111111 1 1 1 1 1 111111101111 Q 10-0.4 0:01111 1 1 1 1111111111111111111111111 1 Compliments ot THE NEW YoRK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY IIII IIII IIII IIII LOUIS T. BATES IOOI Grant Building WAInut 57OI ATLANTA 1 GEORGIA p111u1111111o11111111 1 1 1 1111111111111 27 .g..-..:.,:..:..:..-..-.,:..:.,.-...-..:.,:..-.,-..- . STUDENT HEADQUARTERS Special Rates tor Students Frinest Equfbment rin the South ole TRUCKS FOR STRAW RIDES obo DIXIE V DRIVE-IT-YOURSELF I4 Houston Street WAInut I87O WAlnut I87I o inc 0.411014 wzniuzuiwniniozuii111111 Qui 1 ,',soLu:n1u1n1u1n1 1 1 1u1o1u1u1u1o11 Q ozoriu 4 01 ,101 111 01: 101 v1n1u 101 or pu 0.0 v 050' I U II U 10101011xi:110101010101110101011 Spratlin, Harrington 8: Thomas IIISIIVCIIICY' f Surety Bonds O 72 Marietta Street, N. W. ATLANTA f GEORGIA 101:101010101111111111411010101u101010C9 STANDARD BAG BAGGING and TIES for COVERING COTTON AUGUSTA 1 GEORGIA nine ,:,.m,:i.qnqu:-i:u: :': : : :::i,:-iqu:-iznqi Textile Specialties ot Ouality Visit our Ceclarfowrz Plan! National Oil Products Company INCORPORATED HARRISON, N. J. CEDARTOWN,GA. f BOSTON f CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO D4 1 I1 11 11: 1o1u1u1o1o1u1:1 1 - 3 HARRY F. DOBBS, Inc. O Hotel Supplies Restaurant Supplies o 285 Peachtree St., N. W. ATLANTA 1 GEORGIA 1 101010101 14:1u1u1o1u1u1u1u1 1 GULF PRODUCTS O THOMAS PURSE, JR. SERVICE STATION North Avenue and Spring Street O Where Good Products and Good Service Give Great Satisfaction CSOODRICI-I TIRES ,A gzqmniui 10101111 1 1 1 1 1 10101: 1:1 101010101 rioiuznziniuiuiiizuinzniognzini vi W W 1 4 4 1 Y Y 1 N 1 Y 1 4 ... - , . l,L.,,, .. .. A 10101010101010101010101010101 101 1 1010-01010101010101010101010-0 Fashion's Newest Things for College Men IIII IIII iaigiii in IIII Style Quality Price IIII IIII THE TECH SHOP, IHC. 49 North Avenue, N. W. 10101010101010101010101010101 101 I GEORGIA BLUE PRINT COMPANY II9 Luclcie St., N. W. G. Bonner Spearman, Mgr. Drawing Supplies - Engineering Equipment Biue prints - plzotostat Prints STANDARD PHARMACY G80Tg1.ll T6ClL,S Official Druggist I We Deliver :: I-Ie. 1503-I504 E. F. Cox T. L. WHITE Corner North Avenue and Luckie Street 1 1010141 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11011020 03, Q01 41: 101 10101 10101 1010101 1 1 104 04,60 o'qi10101010101010101 1 1 1 1 1:1 1.11 Compliments of . . . W0od's Ice Cream Co. We Specialize in Fancy Moulds for All Occasions Phone WAlnut 2 6 5 6 ATLANTA 1 GEORGIA -90101010101 1 1:1 1 1 1 101010101 101010101 010101010 10 1 0101010101 The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company HURD J. CRAIN AGENCY Rhodes-Haverty Building ATLANTA :: GEORGIA 1101010101010101010101010101010101 Yancey Brothers, Incorporated ROAD MACHINERY and CONTRACTORS, EQUIPMENT Caterpillar Diesel Tractors 634 Whitehall ATLANTA 1 GEORGIA 'D0lillil1ll1illllllQ, 0201010101010 1 010 10 1 010101010ap0101 ii The R. E. Jolley Dairy I Su1S1S71'es Dairy Products to the Tech College Inn 0 VErnon I58I 1010101010L010101 101 1 1 10101014920 q:qD0101 1 1 1 111 1 or 0101010141: 1 11 1 1 101010101 X Lll-Q-'JLZII lllu Q TFHEEMI Q GWB Q5 'QM I r x lzasali nl E117 ililillx rms 0 ' :QI ii li it in .Lf 31 " U M if n if xw' ,-ef' sf QA: A' F' 'A . 1 , H ' . ,ew ' :g jAa,- 2 ' gg ' X ni . iX4,Q ' af ' fr' . ww Aw 1 ,3 'f .v1 W '--" 'wif ' gf 1 -. ' r WM ' , i n ,bf ' . :ak N ' :J XAA725 J ggf . 93: 4 'Az-9 X- Xi 1 ' A iw '1 ' A- A Y' A- A AX TW V x , M! ,ci t Wig '4' w 124 'ia g,g,1iQ' M X :ff .. . 1 X A A3 Q H , Jw -X EZ 13, gy Q, f 53 A X 'S 5 i W X N? 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