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W7'V,n..,o-if ,V'X:"2f ,,.,,,, V 'VV' . . ,. V '. V "'i'eV.V-.VV MV- V '-V , . . . . A V. gV..fv:f' , ,. V - VV... ,.,.7'V fx-V L, Y" 4 1 V,.V-,,, J fn, - V , I . A I V fi W ,. -0 .V V. V' ', -' 4 . - 1 M , ,. V , ,, fr' ' 5 Ve '- Vw, . .V .QM v "ui 5 VA -A-V V TV' K ,ff ' "P . "FIS-4 fm.. was VH ' - ' I V. . W NINETEI2 FDRTY-SEVE 3442 Qfhciaf yea:-Lael' of fAe GEURGIA SOH00l 0F TECHNULUGY ATLANTA, l:EORm:lA pu-LAJA-BJ iA2 .S7tll.J2l'Lf5 E. CALVIN JOHNSON,JR. . . . . . . . Editor BRUNO DAMIOLI . . . . . . Business Manager ff ' , A XV 0 f - X 'f LTL .F 1 ' , f yiiaxf, ,A,w, - ,Q , A ,,,,g:.,L . 'MG Ur, , I - - , . " ,if f K-.I-" , 5' f ' A . 'yy .gg 4-Q f, " .A- 4. GEORGI TECH Following its humble rebirth after the War Between the States, Sottthern in- dustry has expanded to incltide enterprises irt,A,tl'ieggi.ilQiel?Efsii'i'3Kf"'textiles, pe. ' it fggoieum, chezrucals, non gnd,ste el,prod- i WSI, , fo such ex- le my-ff-' V: f 1 L T , Ma, Q 3 4 w 1 if ',ek 1theirifannua1'oi.1tput4is now in Mexcessi of 20 billion dollars. This is an impressive figure, but it represents a rnere,b.eginning. 'iPres'6i'It'i'da?5. trendssiri maior industries point towa15'dF'Qi2:f:fele- rated Southern expansion. as evidenced by His lgutggpagiuillsigqgiifq builiint-many of oigr7'?'1naif5u'1fi'HiItsitri'Zil cehters. Our temperate climate and thejlgtmfirilability , ,,. , of labor will intensify this rnbyernent. ' 'ax 'BL-5 Theg startling changes activity kxrenfreilected -other phasesgoi the Souflfs economy and general welll being. incomes have increased three-iolifl in the past five yearsi and ttmelm savings 1 of the average ianiily have ore thafr, doubled in the sarhe aperigd. f '-'- yi, ' , ' Q ri Q.. ,, .. 4, urrfwt- n 'E tv 1,1 L V E i e 1 4 ,f Af:-ef H 5 rn. P. , ,Q 6 L ,wings Q H sri ia 47 THE S0 TH These are facts which point to a steadily increasing standard of living and also indicate the establishment of founda- tions -for further development. it Such tremendous advances open new vistagjf for toclayfsq graduate from a ,Southern school, No longer must he go to seek gainful employment: in- steady he can apply his energies and the Southg l alvlfscliool tsuchtas Georgia Tech- has a -great responsibility Through hits. re- searchi it-fmust develop products and methods of manufacture which will dis- closes,-sw horizons for industrial devel- opmeiitgu' up Its- faculty must constantly serve in an advisory capacity to busi- ness leaders. By :far its greatest task, however., is the continued provision of men to staff our lindustriesQ men wiho X have sufficient background not only in the basic sciences, but also in those economicg social. and moral as- pects of life which will enable them to to build Q the South. 44,5-f.,, -,. t,- -, ig 49 , . ,- ,.., .,,a,ef.. Building I I M TER Oh, sons of Tech, arise, heholct! The hanner as it reigns supreme, Far from on high the White and Gola' Waves in its triumphant gleam. The spirit of the cheering throng Resounets with joy revealing A hrotherhooet in praise and song, In memory of the ctays gone hy. Oh, Scion of the Southland, In our hearts you shall forever fly. The Researc Jgmw I fi 0 ADMINISTRATION CLASSES MILITARY FEATURES FRATERNITIES 0 ORGANIZATIONS 9 ATHLETICS ir"Y-'I i- Fuller Earle Callaway, Ir DEDIII Tl0 In keeping with the industrial theme of the 1947 BLUE PRINT it is highly fitting that recognition be given to Fuller Earle Callaway, Jr., whose brilliant career in South- ern industry has been history making and Whose intense interest in scientific research has Won for him Worldwide acclaim. His unselfish contributions to his fellow men may well serve as a challenge to all graduates of Georgia Tech. To this great Southern citizen of the nation We sincerely and respectfully dedicate this fortieth Volume of the BLUE PRINT. X X K i X 1 I f J? 3' VN Q X X I X 1 QR , 7 X X Z 'Q bf f X S I J ' z ' 2. f -f i XY. : ,V'. QQ. f 5 , 'C' .Vx K - V fig- Q I - - -5 Vx ,rl waxqk w .V f' f , Qgizv-M"'4x m PRINT BLUE FURTY-SEVEN NINETEEN E TH S I H H I I U N v '-x V A-4.5 BLAKE RAGSDALE VAN LEER B.S. in E.E., B.S. and M.S. in M.E., Sc.D., Enq.D. UF THE GEURGIA SCHUUL 0F BLAKE RAGSDPALE VAN LEER The Georgia School of Technology is fortunate in having a man of the caliber of Blake Ragsdale Van Leer as its president. Because of his brilliant leadership, our school maintained its high place among educational institutions during the difficult war years, and now, as We expand, he will be called upon even more to show his great ability. Dr. Van Leer has a colorful background in the held of education, having been Dean of Engineering at both the University of Florida and North Caro- lina State College. As a colonel in the United States Army, he was chief of the operations branch of the Army Specialized Training Division. Under Dr. Van Leer Georgia Tech is des- tined to take its place as the greatest technological institution inthe country. TECHNUL MARIUN LUTHER BRITTAIN Dr. Brittain, who was president of Georgia Tech for more than twenty years, has gained the admir- ation and respect of undergraduates and alumni alike. During his administration Tech was admitted to membership in the Southern Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges, enrollment was nearly doubled, and twenty-two new buildings were added to the campus. Under his guidance we developed into an institution of national importance. Dr. Brittain will long be remembered for the part he has played in the growth of Georgiais educational system. PRESIDE EMERIT DMI ISTR TIO Dean Narmore and Dean Grilin, as Exec- utive Dean and Dean of Students, are respon- sible for carrying out the policies of the insti- tution. They have performed their difficult duties with the quietness and hrmness char- acteristic of true leaders. A large part of the problems of the growing student body falls on these men, and it is due to their efforts that close harmony is maintained between the faculty and the students. Both Dean Narmore and Dean Griiiin are grad- uates of Georgia Tech and have served on the faculty in other positions. Their promo- tion to these offices is tribute to their ability. 15- GEORGE C. GRIFFIN, Decrn of Siudenis PHIL BLASIER NARMORE, Executive Decrn A 1 ' ' 22?-Kfifvw M4 HARRIET HENDERSON Administrative Assistant to the President ' PHIL BLASIER NARMORE ...... Executive Dean WILLIAM ,VERNON SKILES ...... ... . Ph.D. B.S., A.M., Sc.D. Executive Dean Emeritus LLOYD WAL'TER CI-IAPIN ..... Registrar and Secretary to the Faculty . . B.C.S. ESTELLE ALLEN . . . . ...... ' Associate Registrar, W'LLIAL1 LAXVSON CARMICHAEL .... Director of Actnzissions ROBERT STRITE ......... . B.S.,M.S. . B.S. C 0111 jltroller FRANK K. HOUSTON ...... D. C.P.A. Treasurer JAMIE R. ANTHONY Purebasin g A gen t P. J. ROGERS, JR. ......... . C.P.A. Chief Accountant ROBERT IRVING SARBACHER. . . . . . . Sc.D. Dean of Graduate Studies JOHN LAURENOE DANIEL ....... . M.A. Vice-Dean of G1'df17IHfE Studies CHERRY LOGAN EMERSON ...... B.S., E.E. Dean of Engineering ETRO SAVANT . . . . . Vice-Dean of Engineering DOMENICO PI B.S., M.S., E.E. RALPH A. I-IEENER ........ Swan Hall . Ph.D. Dean of General Studies CHESKRY LOGAN EMERSON ' LLOYD WALTER CHAPIN ROBERT STRITE em Of Enqlneeflnq Registrar Compiroller UFFICERS 0F BLAKE RAGSDALE VAN LEER . . . . Sc.D., Eng.D President MARION LUTHER BRITTAIN ..... . A.B., LL.D. President Emeritus THE ADMI ISTRATIO WILLIAM G. PERRY ......... . Litt.D. Vice-Dean of General Stnziies w"' GEORGE C. GRIFFIN ........ . . B.S. Dean of Stnrlents FRED W. AJAX ........... B.A., M.A. i Associate Dean of Stnrlents JOHN J. PERSHING .......... A.B., M.Ed. Assistant Dean of Stznlents GERALD A. ROSSELOT ......... . Ph.D. Director of Exjferinient Station PAUL XVEBER ............. Ph.D. Assistant Director of Experirnent Station JAMES ERSRINE MODANIEL ....... M.A., LL.B. Professor ancl Director of Cooperative Courses MRS. JAIXIES HENLEY CROSLAND J Librarian LESLIE FRANCIS ZSUEEA ...... B.S., M.E., M.B.A. Director of Public Relations ROGER SHEPDARD HOWELL ....... B.S., M.Sc. Director of Extension Division LLOYD ALVIN MOLL ......... A.B., A.M. Assistant Director of Extension Division MRS. BLANCHE TURNER Registrar to Extension Division LESLIE MORRIS ............ B.S., M.D. Director of H ealtb JOSEPH E. MOORE ............ Ph.D. Director of Veterans Aztministration ROBERT C. COMMANDER ........ B.S., B.D. General Secretary of Y.M.C.A. R. J. THIESEN ............. B.S. Executive Secretary of Alumni Association The Arlrniizistratio-n Bnilrling ROBERT IRVING SARBACHER RALPH A. HEPNER 'FRED W. AIFIX Dem-1 of Graduate Studies Dean cf General Siudie-5 Assocmte Dean of Students LESLIE FPANCIS ZSUFPA IIXMES ERSKINE MCDANIEL GERALD A. ROSSELOT . I r . Director of Experiment Sicziion Director of Public Relations Director of Cooperative Department Ujrjlcr left: Research Building Lozacr lcfl: Athletic Administration Building E11fTl77lC8 fo ifae M.E. Building A170-ve: The Naval Armory Left: Howell Dormitory , . - ,, WILLIAM LAWSON CARMICHAEL FRANK K. HOUSTON MRS. IAMES HENLEY CROSLAND Director of Admissions Treasurer Libruricm amlaud iewd Right: Brittain Hall, Old Shop Building . . . Left to right afross the laoiiom: Aero- nautical Engineering Builcling, Entrance to Chemical Engineering Annex, Physics Build ' ' Laboratory ing, Entrance to Chemistry Tower of Administration Building. Q66 min if 2,3 f QQGQOQ w I -..,..A. " -'Ji 42?-'u r - ,wf7VL"1n'rfA f N 53 H i lllill I I ' f' .4 va ' .3 ,gif Lf J, , .,, . -1 ,Z .iffif ,..4 swf 55? 5 sag 5:5 lil 5152 an ee: : H fig? gif! .X X X YF, 1555 2545 QQ Q4 x .sniff A W ., 46? 5,5 , gg: af eg 1 w N.. ,. ,... .,,,... , ,,-,,...., ,, K N x NNN, .1 ,,13.3,: Q5 A ,Q ,455 273' - , J MW, 1 Q 7 .Z :Y 2 , 4. . A , , Us -11--3 'rf K7 AKW5 485 mf .51 Q.. 'ww . . Js , DUTTON BUSH-BRO WN Right Architecture Department First row, left to riqh: HARRINGTON HEFFERNAN, BUSH-BROWN, POLLARD, GAILEY7 Second row: THOMSON, HURST, GONZALES, AECK, HARRIS rs i K :far ff! X ,1, J :q, ff 1 P""-usawf' ,ff Pg fa gpmpw ri k 5 LJIZ, www K 6 yy I 7 X f' 5 V I J I r , IAM ' ltvl f 1 MLK X ' '. " 5 M Y ' ' . a 1, J , 3 Ii .J , J ,, J., ,. , ,. 'f' .,.!' ., .I I .I y i - 1 LTY ARCHITECTURE HAROLD BUSH-BROWN, A.B., M.Arch. ---- - - Head of Department JAMES HERBERT GAILEY, B.S., M.S. --.- - - PAUL MALCOLM HEFFERNAN, B.S., M.S., M.Arch. - - - JAMES J. POLLARD, B.S., B.Arch. --'---- - - R. J. HARRINGTON, B.Arch., M.Arcl1. - - JULIAN I-I. HARRIS, B.S. ---------- - - EDWARD ALLEN MOULTI-IROP, B.Arch., M.F.A. - - - - SAMUEL TI-IONIAS HURST, B.S., B.Arch. - - - - RICHARD LEoN AECR, B.S. .--- - GRIEEITII EDWARDS, B.S. - - - AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING . - Professor - - Professor - - - - Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor - . - - Instruetor - - Design Critic - Special Lecturer DoNNEI.I, XVAYNE DUTTON, B.S., M.S. ------- - - Professor Hear! of Departmcnt LAWRENCE V. JOHNSON, B.S., M.S. ---- . - ALAN POPE, M.S. -------- - - GEORGE K. xVILI.I:XMS, B.E.E., M.E.E. - - - - E. I, BRICKER, B.M.E., M.S. - - - - - WALTER CASTLES, JR., B.S. - - - JOI-IN J. HARPER, B.S., M.S. - - . A. L. DUCOITFE, B.S.- - Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor - - - Instructor WYCKOFF MITCHELL MASON BIOLOGY AND PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING HUGI-I ALLEN WYCKOFE, B.S., M.S. ------------- Professor H end of Dejnzrtmerzt GEORGE XV. REID, M.S. ----------- . - Associate Professor ALBERT E. CANNON, B.S., M.S. - - Assistant Professor CERAMIC ENGINEERING AND GEOLOGY LANE MITCHELL, PlI.D. ---.------.-.----- Professor Heart of D0p!ll'f7l1El1f H. W. STRALEY, III, Ph.D. - - . - - - Associate Professor WILLIAM C. HANSARD, B.S. - - - Assistant Professor CHARLES FELIX XVYSGING, B.S. - - - - - Assistant Professor CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JESSE W. MASON, Ph.D. ------.---.-- - - Professor Heart of Dejmrtrnerzt PAUL WEBER, PII.D. ----- ------ ----- P 1 'ofessor FREDERICK BELLINGER, D.Engr. . . - Associate Professor WALDEMAR T. ZIEGLER, PI'I.D. - - - Associate Professor HGMER V. GRUBB, B.S., M.S. - - - Assistmzt Professor 'H. C. LEWIS, A.B., M.S., Sc.D. . . - Assistant Professor ROBERT N. MILLER, B.CII.E. - - Assistant Professor . Assistant Professor NATHAN SUGARMAN, Ph.D. - ' fflllfl' . I Top' Ceramic Engineering and Public Health Departments ON First-row, left to right: MITCHELL, WVYCKOPF, CANN 5 Second row: WYSONG, HANSARD ' Bottom: Chemical Engineering Department First row, left to right. LEWIS, MILLER, MASON, BELLINGERQ Second row: WEBER, GRUBB, SUGARMAN Left: Aeronautical Engineering Department First row, left to right: BRICKER, DUCOFPE, IOHNSON, POPE, HARPER Second row: TOWSLEY, CASTLES, WILLIAMS, LA VIER DANIEL Chemisiry Depcxrtmenl First ww, left IO right: WHITLEY, EDWARDS, DANIEL, WROTH, TAYLOR .... second ww: WELLS TOPP EBERHARDT, SPICER .... Third row: LAMEERT, GLADDEN .... Poufzh row: ROSS, HORTON, BURROUGHS CHEMISTRY JOHN LAURENCE DANIEL, M.A. ------- Haas! of De1n1I'tr11c1zt WILI.IAM SIMPSON TAYLOR, Ph.D. ----- - XVYATT CARR XVPIITLEY, Ph.D. - . - - BENJAMIN BLACRISTON WROTH, Ph.D. - PAUL KENNETH CALAKVAY, Ph.D. - - HENRY LEITNER EDWARDS, Ph.D. - WILLIARI MONROE SPICER, Ph.D. ---- - CORNELIUS AUGUSTUS VVELLS, M.S., M.A. - - W,xLTER HERBERT BURROXVS, M.S. - - - W. H. EEERHARDT, Ph.D. - - - J. KELLEY GLADDEN, M.S. - N. H. HORTON, M.S. - - A. C. TODD, Ph.D. - - - - FRANK LAMEERT, JR., M.S. - - JAMES T. W. Ross, M.S. - - - - CIVIL ENGINEERING THOMAS I-IAYI-IURST EVANS, B.S., M.S. ----- Hear! of DE'f7II1'flJ1C77! JACK MORGAN SMITH, B.S., M.S. ---- - - RALPH PETERS BLACK, A.B., M.S. - - CARL E. KINDSVATER, B.S., M.S. - JAMES HERTY LUCAS, B.S., M.S. - GEORGE NV. REID, M.S. - - - - ROY T. JENNINGS, B.S., M.S. . . - KENNETH M. TI-IRASH, B.S., M.S. - - - - Professor . - Professor . Professor - - . - Professor Associate Professor Assofiate Professor Assofiate Professor Assoriate Profvssor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Profrssor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor . . . . Instruotor - -Instructor Associate Associatv Associate Associate Assistant Assistant Professor Pro frssor Professor Professor Pro fcssor Pro fcssor Professor Professor Civil Engineering Department First row, left to right: KINDSVATER, EVANS, SMITH, IENNINGS Second row: BLACK, LUCAS, THRASH INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT HUBERT E. DENNISON, A.B. ----.----- Hemi' of Dejmrtmeizt A. R. MARSHALL, Ph.D. ---------- LLQyD Af SIFFQRD ........... . . Sflefirll ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL SCIENCE HUISERT E. DENNISON, A.B. ---- Head of DE'fJd1'fI7ZE11f NOAH WARREN, B.S., M.A., C,P.A. - - - - - FRED B. WENN, B.C,S., M.A. - - ROSCOE ARANT, Ph.D. .----- - ARTHUR HAMMO'ND ARMSTRONG, M.A. - MAURICE R. BRE,w's'mzR, B.S., M.B.A. . JESSIE CARLTON BROXVN, B.S., B.C.S. - ROY A. JAMES, B.S., M.A. ---- - - WILLIAM J. PROCTOR, A.B., M.A., L.L.B. . - GLEN N. SISR, A.B., M.A. ----- - - FRANCIS CARBERRY, M.B.A. . - D. W. DAVIS, M.A. - - - - GEORGE HENDRICIIS, M.A. - - MAX L. HIBBS, M.A. - - . - C. H. ANDERSON, A.B., L.L.B. - EDWARD A. GASTON, M.A. - - JAMES W. GRIFFIN, M.A. - . E. BYRON HILLEY, J.D. ---- - GEORGE DOXVMAN WILSON, M.A. - - . -. -u- l Associate Associate Assocint e Associate Associate Associate Associate Assistmzt Assistant .Assistant Assistant Assis tant Professor Professor Lecturer Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Instructor Instructor I rrstrizctor Instructor Economics Department First row, left to right: SISK, SIFFORD, CARBERRY, JAMES, HILLEY Second row: MARSHALL, HENDRICKS, DENNISON, BROWN. . . Third row: ARANT, WENN, GASTON, HIBBS. . ANDERSON, WARREN, PROCTOR. . . Fourth row Above: Civil Engineering Building EVANS, DENNISON Top: Electrical Engineering Department F' t , lit to right: MCKINLEY, HONNELL, SAVANT, FIHLDEIIIYHJSGEDORN ,,., Second row: COGAN, GULLATT, BROWN, DONALDSON, TUTTLE .... Third row: DURKEE, STALNAKER, EDSON, DULING, CLARY, MARKWALTER. . Bottom: Engineering Drawing and Mechanics Department First row, left to right: STERLING, SAVAGE, BROWN, CLEMENT, VARNEDOE .... Second row: DURDEN, LARSON, WILHOIT, CHANDLER, ANDERSON .... Third row: ROWAN, JOHNS, RATTERREE, SHEALY, GREEN .... Fourth row: HENLEY, ARMSTRONG, BOGLE, HILL, VIDOSIC .... Fifth row: BRAGG JACOBS, KOUNS, ELLIS, HARRIS. Engineering Drawing BnilfIing SAVANT DOMENICO PIETRO SAVANT, B.S., M.S. ---- Heart of Department HUGO BRUCE DULING, B.S., M.S. ----- - WILLIAM A. EDSON, Sc.D. ------ MARTIN ALFRED HONNELL, B.S., M.S. - - THOMAS GRAYSON SEIDELL, B.S., E.E. ---- ASHFORD XVORTHINGTON STALNAI-IER, B.E.E. - HOWARD L. MCIQINLEY, B.S., E.E. - - - - ARTHUR HAGEDORN, B.S. --------- ENGINEERING DRAWING AND XVILLIAIA BEN JOI-INS, B.S., M.S. ------ Head of Department FRANK BOGLE, B.S., M.S. --------- FRANCIS COOLIDGE BRAGG, B.S., M.S. - BRYAN L. BROWN, M.S. ------ FRANCIS IVIARION HILL, B.S., M.S. - - Roy K.ENNE'1'I-I JACOBS, B.S., M.S. - . JOSEPH. PAUL VIDOSIC, B.S., M.S. - - JOSEPH C. DURDEN, B.S. --.- ISHMAEL LEROY ELLIS, B.S. - - W. J. LARSON, B.S. ---- WILBUR B. RA'FTEIQREE, B.S. - FRANK M. ROWAN, B.S.- - H. C. SAVAGE, M.A. - - - C. S. ANDERSON, B.M.E. - - J. I-I. ARMSTRONG, B.M.E.. - D. P. CHANDLER, B.E.E. . - R. B. GREENE, B.A.E. ---- NIARK PICKETT HARRIS, B.S. - - KNOXVLES E. I-IENLEY, B.S. . - J. H. KOUNS, B.A.E. - - . K. H, Low, B.M.E. - - - - L. S. Sl-IEALY, B.S. ------ - WILLIAM L. NVILHOIT, B.M.E. - - - - NVILLIAM BRADFORD CLEMENT, B.S. - - LEROY PECK STERLING, Ph.B.- - - JOHNS ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - - - - - Professor . - - Professor - -Professor - - - Professor - - - - V - Professor - Associate Professor - . Assistant Professor - - - - - - - Instructor MECHANICS - - - - - - . - Professor - - . -Associate Professor - - Associate Professor - - Associate Professor - - Associate Professor - - Associate Professor - - Associate Professor - - Assistant Professor . - Assistant Professor - - Assistant Professor - . Assistant Professor - - Assistant Professor - - Assistant Professor - . - - Instructor - - - - Instructor - Instructor - Instructor - Instructor - - Instructor - Instructor . Instructor - -Instructor . Instructor - - Lecturer - Lecturer ,QA n .f-----I. ffyw X filsfs I . I , . I , . t, , , 1 , . - I W,,, ,, 'KW pf 'f" . If iIf75'fI-ff 'I ,f ,,,5. ,J , PERRY GROSECLOSE SWEIGERT ENGLISH JOHN DICKENS, B.S., M.S. - - - Instructor XVILLIAM GILIXIER PERRY, A.B., M.A., Lict.D. - - - Professor JAMES V- DIL!-ARP, AB- ' ' ' In-'fWff0" Heal! of DejJart1ne1zt H. W. DIVINE, B.S., M.A. - - - - Instructor EDXVIN HENRY FOLK, A.B., M.A. - - - - - Professor JAMES B. HAMAN, A.B., M.A. - - . Instructor ANDREXV J. XVALICER, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. ---- Professor A. FRANK HAMRICR, A.B., M.A. - - Instructor DICE RODINS ANDERSON, A.B., M.A. - Associate Professor ARTHUR S. HARRIS, B.S. -----.-- - - Instructor HAL CHAPMAN BROWN, A.B., M.A., - Associate Professor THEODORE M. HART, A.B., M.A. -.--. - - Instructor GLENN W. RAINEY, A.B., M.A. - - Associate Professor WILLIAM RICHARD METCALI-'E, A.B., A.M. - . - Instructor HENRY XV. ADAMS, A.B. ---- Assistant Professor JOHN J. NUGENT, A.B., M.A. .--.-. - - Instructor DAVID B. COMER, A.B., M.A. - - ' Assistant Professor RALPH R- SPILI-MAN, A-B-, M-A- - - - I1lSf1'1l6'f01' JOHN TYREE PAIN, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. . Assistant Professor W- L- WILSON, AB-1 M-A- """""' ' ' 111-it"Wf0" EDXVARD FOSTER, B.S., M.A. ---- Assistant Professor INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING R. D. HUME, A.B., M.A. . . Assistant Professor FRANK FARMER GROSECLOSEK MIS. ..'..'-' ' Profmsm, JOHN B. MOORE, A.B., M.A. - - - Assistant Professor Head gf DL-jmrfmgflf THOMAS F. ALINLON, B.S., MIA. - - ---- Instructor DONALD B. WILCOrX, B.S., M.S. --..... . . . Associate Professor WALTER BLACIQSTOCK, A.B., M.A. . . . . Instructor FRANCIS J. SCARR, B.S. ---- - - Associate Professor J. CHRISTOPHER BROWN, M.A. .... . . Instructor Jo-SEPH S. DWYER, B.S. -...--.---.... Assistant Professor J. C. HORTON BURCH, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. - - - - Instructor ' GENERAL ENGINEERING L. J, CASTILLE, A,B,, M,A, ...... - - Instructor English Departmeni Fu-st row, left to right: ADAMS, COMER, PAIN, PERRY, NUGENT, FOSTER, HART .... second row: SPILLMAN, WALKER, DILLARD, METCALFE, WILSON, BURCI-I .... Thxrd row: DIVINE, HAMAN, DICKENS, I-IAMRIC, BLACKSTOCK .... Fourth row: HARRIS, BLOUNT, CASTILLE, ALMON, HUME, FOLK .... Fifth row: BROWN, H. C., BROWN, I. C., RAINEY, MOORE. RAY L. SWEIGERT, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. ------- - - Professor Head of Departrnent Indusiriul Engineering Department Left to right: DWYER, GROSECLOSE, WILCOX, SCI' RR px ht: Mechanical Engineering Building , , . . my .5 -25 ,A -1,.:..-:..-.1:- 1 - - .,V. .... ,,,,,,....- I H 5 ,.,.,,, A ' ..,. Ia ? ' " ' MW iW"':' : f i g . KK? 'Z ,WN xii' we ' SMITH Upper rig Lower right: Ceramic Engineering Building LTV MATHEMATICS DAVID M. SMITH, Ph.D. - - - ----- ---- - - - Heart of .Dejmrtvzzent AILSQN HUNNICUTT BAILEY, Ph.D. ---.---- - HERMAN KYLE FULMER, B.S., M.A. - - CHANDLER H. HOLTON, A.B., M.A. - - WALTER REYNOLDS, B.S., M.S. - - - - AUSTIN LEROY STARRETT, A.B., M.A. - CLARK XV. HOOK, A.B., M.A. - - - - IRWIN E. PERLIN, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. - JCI-IN RICI-I VAII., B.S., M.A. -- - FRANCIS MCKEE ADAMS, B.S. - - ALEXANDER BLAIR, B.S. - - - - JAMES CLYDE BRooKs, B.S., M.A. - ROBERT S. CHRISTIAN, A.B., M.S. . - H. L. COOK, M.S. ------ ARTI-IDR E. FULTON, B.S., M.S. H. C. GRIFFIN, B.S. - - G. M. HARRINGTON, B.S. . - C. W. LONG, B.S. - - - XVILLIAM A. MARTIN, B.S., M.A. - . W. V. NEISIUS, B.S. - - C. ROBERT SWENSOIN, B.S. - . - - - - Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor - - - - Instructor - - Instructor - - Instrutrtor - - Instructor - - Instructor - - Instrurtor - - Instructor - - Instrzletor - - Instrurtor - - Instructor - . Instructor - Instrzictor Below: Mathematics Depariment EY SMITH STARRETT HARRINGTON First row, left to Tight: NEISIUS, BAIL , , , . WENSON, COOK MARTIN. . Third row: Second row: HOLTON, HOOK, BROOKS, S , . . FULMER, FULTON, REYNOLDS, ADAMS, PERLIN, BLAIR GRIFFIN. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING HOMER S. XVEBER, Ph.D. ---------- - - . Professor Head of Department ARCHIBALD DINSMORE HOLLAND, B.S.,3M.S. - - - . Professor HOWARD WARD MASON, B.S., M.S. ----- . - Professor RAY L. SWEIOERT, Ph.D. ----- ----- P rofessor ROBERT LEWIS ALLEN, B.S., M.S. - - - - Assoeiate Professor OTIS MILES HARRELSON, B.S., M.S. - . - - Associate Professor XVILLIAM A. HINTON, B.S., M.S. ----. - - Associate Professor RICHARD ADBLBERT TROTTEIK, B.S., M.S. - - - - Associate Professor MARK COOPER BOWMAN, B.S., M.S. ---- - - Assistant Professor I-IORAOE ORION POSTER, B.S. ---- - . Assistant Professor CLARENCE R. WEEDEN, B.S. - . . Assistant Professor ALLEN MACCULLEN, JR., B.S. - - ------- Instructor A. A. CASE - -------- - - Srrjncrirztevzrlezzt G. Z. BONNER . . . - . - Assistant - - Assistant J. XV. DAVIS J. E. DELIQ - - - - Assistant J. L. DORRIS - J. XV. HEALEY' - - - Assistant - -Assistant MODERN LANGUAGE ROBERT MILLER ERVIN, A.B., M.A. ------- - - Henri of Defnzrtriwrzl of Shops in Shops in Shops in Shops in Shops irz Shops Professor M. GORDON BROXVN, PILD. --------- ----- P rofessor JOSEPH A. CAIVIPOAMOR, A.B., M.A., LL.B. - - - - Associate Professor JAIVIES DIXON XVRIOI-IT, A.B., M.A., Pl1.D. - - - . Assoriate Professor GEORGE FULLER XVALRER, A.B., M.A. - - - . Assistant Professor HERMIXN W. SEHULTZ, A.B., M.A. - . - Assistant Professor - Ilzsfrnrfor ERNEST B. ELLIS, A.B., .MA.- - - - - - - WEBER ERVIN Left: Mechanical Engineerinq Department Firsi row, left to right: HEALEY, SWEIGERT, WEBER, HINTON, MCICCULLEN, . . . Second row: ALLEN, HARRELSON, HOLLAND, DELK, BOWMAN. Th'1'd row' MASON, HENIKA, FOSTER, WALD, DORRIS .... Fourth ' ' ' 1 row: TROTTER, DAVIS, BAKER, CASE, BONNEB. Below: Modern Language Department First row, left 'Io right: SCHULTZ, WALKE, ERVIN, CAMPOAMO Second row: RICE, WRIGHT, BROWN, EVERHART. R LTY PHYSICS JOSEPH HERMAN I-IOWEY, Ph.D. -------- Heart of Department JAMES EMORY BOYD, Ph.D. ------- - FRANKLIN E. LOAVANCE, Ph.D. - - - EARLE EDGAR BORTELL, B.S., M.S. - - EDGAR THERON PROSSER, A.B., M.A. - - WALTER P. EXVALT, A.B., M.A. - - HAROLD M. HERREMAN, A.B., M.A. 1 . HORACE W. S'rURc1s, B.S., M.S. - GEORGE P. WHEELER, A.B., M.S. - O. B. WIKE, B.S., M.S. - - - - XVILLIAM O. ALSTON, M.S. A D. M. BARTON, B.S. . - - FRANK B. BROWN, B.S.- - ROBERT W. KOZA, A.B. - - NIARION L. MEEKS, B.S. - - I. E. RHODES, JR., B.S. - - - CHARLES WILDERS TOPE, A.B. - - J. QUITMAN VVILLIAMS, B.S. - PSYCHOLOGY JOSEPH E. MOORE. Pl:.D. --........ Heart of Dejzartvzzeut HAMILTON M. MOODY, A.B., M.A. - . . - . . Professor . - Professor - - - - -Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor - - Instructor - - Instructor - - Instructor . - Instructor - - Instructor - - Instruttor - - Instructor - - Instructor - - Professor - - Instructor HOWEY MOORE Top: Physics Building Middle: Psychology Depariment Left to right: MOORE, MOODY Boitomz Physics Department First row, left to right: BORTELL, LOWANCE, HOWEY, BOYD, WILLIAMS . . . Second row: HERREMAN, EWALT, PROSSER, KOZA .... Third row STURGIS, MEEKS, BARTON, WHEELER. I Scxiety Engineering Department TROWBRIDGE cmd COX TEXTILE ENGINEERING HERMAN DICKERT, A.B., M.A. --------. ' Director CHARLES ALFRED JoNEs, B.S. ---. - RALPH LENTON HILL, B.S. 4--- - JAMES L. TAYLO'R, A.B., M.S., Ph.D. . - JAMES W. MCCARTY, B.S., M.S. - J. R. BRANDQAN, B. of Com. Sc. - - . DAVID ERNEST PHILPOTT . - - - . SAFETY ENGINEERING . - Professor - - - - Professor - Associate Professor - Associate Professor - - Assistant Professor Supervisor of Weuvivzg Szzpcrvisor of Knitting WILLIAM N. Cox, B.E., M.M.E. ....... . Head of Deprwtvzzent R. N. TROXVBRIDGE - - -..-- - - DICKERT - - Professor - Instrurtor Top right: Textile Engineering Department Left to right: DICKERT, JONES, TAYLOR, BRANDON, PHILPOTT HILL Middle: Textile Engineering Building Bciiorn: Auditorium 4 cmss Professor Fuluzer clears up zz point. Left to rigla! below: Prof. Hageclorn vs. the class. . . . XVhat was that last remark? . . . Can everyone see the blackboard? . . . Made in Georgia. . . . Dorris and Foster demonstrate .... The great Bene- factor-Mrs. Taylor. img R 0 0 G l I Nl P S E S N .M X NQA9' J I T011 to boltonz: Six o'c1ock lab .... Eyes on your own paper .... Davis exercises an iron hand in I.F.C. policy making .... Below: just try and keep up .... Say nah". ,Wx s THOSE LABS Across ffm top: The proper method .... The goggles are abso- lutely necessary .... Sneak for the chow hall. T011 io bottom: Ir helps ro scratch your head .... What rr View that must be. . . . XVIIGI E.E. labs will do for a man. Opposite jmgc: Four biologists .... One of the most scenic labs at Georgia Tech .... Plus or minus one millionth of an inch. . . . Dcn'r pull the trigger .... Where did that extra 29 cents come from .... Future big-time induscrialist .... Mr. Jim looks things over .... Swell, but YVl'l6FClS the roof? . . . Jim demonstrates ..., Learning the trade .... Scene in the A,E. lab. .RQ lil E5 Q X . 75, Wag' X X fn N ,i - M WZ- L4- X :WWI ZF wi , X ,iff zyigf, ,, 4 Ay Q N, , , za: S I J 32 W! ml! fy ,,x, f , My J .- ff'-Z. 1 f W' rf-Vg-,111 f 7 Muff 6' ...ff -1 - H A4 , , wif N. A hz.,-Q 1 I .L -i' 1 , 1, gi x Wir . y ' if 5 .- -'iff . ,fi f X f fl ,..-W rf 114 S f if Lv ' Z X 5 f y r X , , N , X Q f , f ji X 1 f yyf Y X 4 Q 7 , ff X N ,Q 4 X 7 , X gy ,1f,, ,V N 'f gl N., I jf' If X X ". W7 , 2 x f 9 I 0 'E' ff W I lk Q f 4. f , x X fd! , , Q x. Z M XX 71 1 K X M f M 051 ll ff ,A 3 ff f X ' L .. W fx f Q ' X I-15? f' f X X 9 Z 4 X , X 2 L? -1 'f ff 1 1 W Z , ,ZS L1 I 71 Q N 5' Q 'f , X M X X X Q gf 11 J PRINT BLUE FURTY-SEVEN NINETEEN THE ,, . iff - - k, . fr -A 3 -5 I S S I S UFFIIIERS orruf MCLCPHEBSON COLEMAN KYKER SIE l0R CLASS DANIEL CLAY KYKER . . . . . President JAMES REEVE MACPHERSON. . . . . Vice President GORDON MABRA COLEMAN . . . Secretary-Treasurer TES 0F JUNE, 1946 ANDREWS ARGUDIN BALDWIN BARAN WILBUR ALTON ANDREWS, Yreka, California, Aeronautical Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma, 1, I.A.S., 3, 45 TECHNIQUE, 4, BLUE PRINT, 4 .... BERNARDO MANUEL ARGUDIN, Marteniz, Cuba, Mechanical Engineering .... JOHN STILES BALDWIN, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: Chi Phi, president, Anak, 4, Omicron Delta Kappa, 35 Phi Kappa Phi, 4, Phi Eta Sigma, 1, Tau Beta Pi, 3, secretary 4, Inter- fraternity Council, 3, secretary 45 Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4, BLUE PRINT, 1, 2, 3, 4, business manager 4, Golf, 1, 2 .... VICTOR JOSEPH ROMAN BARAN, Stamford, Conneeticutt, Industrial Management .... JAMES HOWARD BARR, Centerville, Tennessee, Aeronautical Engineering .... RALPH EDWARD BELL, Royal Oak, Michigan, Electrical Engineering .... JACK LOGAN BELLAMY, Memphis, Tennessee, Electrical Engineering: Kappa Alpha, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, secretary 45 Phi Kappa Phi, 4, A.I.E.E., 3, 4, Radio Club, 4 .... JOSEPH IMERRITT BODY , Atlanta, Georgia, Architectural Engineering: Pi Kappa Phi .... BYRON LEE BORUP, Emmett, Idaho, Civil Engineering: Phi Gamma Delia, Secretary 4, Chi Epsilon, 3, vice president 4, A.S.C.E.g "BU football, 2, 3 .... DAVID LANGLEY BRANDON, JR., Thomasville, Georgia, Industrial Management: Kappa Alpha, Treasurer 3, President 43 Bulldog Club, 4. BARR BELL BELLAMY BODY BORUP BRANDON Sr 39 Nl BREARLEY CAMP CARSWELL CATES I-IARRINGTON COOPER BREARLEY, JR., Nashville, Tennessee, Electrical Engineering: Tau Beta Pi, sec- retary 4, Eta Kappa Nu, president 4, Pi Delta Epsilon, treasurer 4, YMCA Cabinet, 2, 35 A.I.E.E., 3, 4, I.R.E., 4, TECHNIQUE, 3, 4 .... SIDNEY LAMAR CAMP, Greenville, Georgia, Industrial Management .... JOI-IN LAMAR CARSWELL, Jacksonville, Florida, Mechanical Engineering .... EDWARD CLINTON CATES, JR., Albuquerque, New Mexico, Aeronautical Engineering: Sigma Chi, Secretary 3, I.A.S., 3, 45 Fly- ing Club, 4, Company Commander, N.R.O.T.C .... ROY FRANCIS CI-IOQUETTE, Chicago, Illinois, Mechanical Engineering .... JACK FRANKLIN CLEARMAN, Blakely, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering. . . . GORDON MABRA COLEMAN, Forest Hills, New York, Mechanical Engineering: Delta Tam Delta, Secretary 2, Vice President 3, President 4, Anak, 45 Omicron Delta Kappa, 4, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 4, Interfraternity Council, 2, 3, 4, A.S.M.E., 2, 3, 45 Phi Eta Sigma, 13 I-Ionor Roll, TECHNIQUE, 1, Swimming, 1, 2, 3, 45 Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class .... WILLIAM GORDON COLLEDGE, Jacksonville, Florida, Mechanical Engineering .... DOUGLAS ROSS COTTON, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: International Relations Club .... ROBERT FINLEY COWLING, Jacksonville, Florida, Chemical Engineer- ing: Sigma Cfdig A.I.Ch.E., 3, secretary 4, International Relations Club, 4, secretary 4, TECHNIQUE, 3, 4. CHOQUETTE CLEARMAN COLEMAN COLLEDGE COTTON COWLING :K , 'W' A it -yawn Q C '85, 3 sa. WX 40 JAMES OLIVER PAINE Editor TECHNIQUE, President Sigma Ch Student Council, Interfraternity Counc CRAWVFORD CULBERTSON DARTFORD DAVIS, A. O. DAVIS, M. W. DAVIS, VV. I. JOHN WILLIAM CRAWFORD, Americus, Georgia, Industrial Management: Bulldog Club, 4, "T" Club, 3, 45 Veterans Association, 45 Football, I, 2, 3, 43 Baseball, 2, 3 .... PHILIP E. CULBERTSON, Pullman, Washington, Aeronautical Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer 4, I.A.S.g Flying Club, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, NAUTILUS, 35 Battalion Sub-Commander, N.R.O.T.C .... HARRY DARTFORD, Los Angeles, California, Aeronautical Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma, 1, 2, I.A.S .... ARTHUR OBOOKIAK DAVIS, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture: Architecture Society, 3, president 4 .... MILTON WILLARD DAVIS, Wal- senburg, Colorado, Aeronautical Engineering: I.A.S., 3, 4 .... WILLIAM JUDSON DAVIS, Stone Ridge, New York, Naval Science: Phi Kappa Phi .... LEROY EDWARD DAY, Richmond, Virginia, Aeronautical Engineering: Tau Beta Pig Phi Kappa Phi, I.A.S., vice president .... JOHN LINCOLN DICKEY, III, Holly- wood, California, Naval Science: Phi Kappa Phi .... DONALD EUGENE DUFFORD, Sarver, Pennsylvania, Aeronautical Engineering: Phi Kappa Phi, 4, Tau Beta Pi, 4, I.A.S., 3, 4, Wrestling .... ILDEFONSO Du- QUESNE, Havana, Cuba, Mechanical Engineering. DAY DICKEY DUFFORD DuQUESNE 41 DANIEL CLAY KYKER, JR. President Student Council, President Senior Class, Anak, ODK, Tau Beta Pi FAWCETT FOSS FRENCH GAINES GAY GLENN GEORGE FAWCETT, Savannah, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Theta Chi, Pi Tau Sigma, International Relations Club, Flying Club .... EDWARD ROBERT FOSS, JR., Antigo, XVisconsin, Civil Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President .... DANIEL MAURICE FRENCH, Jacksonville, Florida, Naval Science: Lambda Chi Alpha .... XVILLIAM MARION GAINES, Nashville, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineering .... GERALD ALEXANDER GAY, Orlando, Florida, Civil Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Chi Epsilon, 4 .... YVIL- LIAM ELLIS GLENN, JR., Birmingham, Alabama, Electrical Engineering: I.R.E., 4 .... CHARLES HENRY GREEN, JR., Stamford, Texas, Aeronautical Engineering: Tau Beta Pi, 4, I.A.S., 3, 4, treasurer 4, president 45 A.E. Award for outstanding senior .... ROBERT EDXVARD GUION, Oak Park, Illinois, Mechanical Engi- neering: Pi Kappa Phi, Pi Tau Sigma, A.S.M.E .... PRESTON DEWITT HALL, Bartow, Florida, Aero- nautical Engineering: Phi Kappa Sigma, Secretary, Alpha Phi Omega, 2, vice president 3, president 4, I.A.S., 43 YMCA Cabinet, 2, 3, 45 BLUE PRNT, 3, 4 .... ERMON BROWN HARWELL, JR., Jackson, Tennessee, Civil Engineering: Lamhfla Chi Alpha, Secretary 4, A.S.C.E., 3, secretary 4. GREEN GUION HALL HARWELL 42 HASELL HEIMAN HORNE IACKSON PHILIP GADSDEN HASELL, JR., Columbia, South Carolina, Aeronautical Engineering: I.A.S., 3, 43 Inter- national Relations Club, 4 .... LEONARD MYRON HEIMAN, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Tau Epsilon Phi, President, I.R.E.g Honor Roll, Ig Major, R.O.T.C .... JOEL WIILLIAM CULLEN I-IORNE, JR., Americus, Georgia, Civil Engineering: Kappa Alplo-ag Track, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3 .... ALBERT HOWARD JACKSON, Eldon, Missouri, Aeronautical Engineering: I.A.S., International Relations Club .... JAMES STOCKER JEFFERIES, Atlanta, Georgia, General Engineering .... BENNIE RAYMOND JOHNSON, Augusta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering .... LAWRENCE A. KAHN, Kansas City, Missouri, Naval Science: Pfai Epsilon Pi, president 3, Vice President 4, Band 3, 4, Interfraternity Council, 2, 3 .... DONALD GEORGE KENNEDY, Clearwater, Florida, Naval Science: Lam-ba'a Chi Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, 3, treasurer 4, Band, 2, 3, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, TECHNIQUE, 4 .... ROBERT HUGHES KERCE, Winter Haven, Florida, Mechan- ical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma, secretary 3, president 4, Kappa Kappa Psi, 3, 4, A.S.M.E., 3, president 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, ENGINEER, 4, Managing Editor 4, Wrestling, 2 .... DANIEL CLAY KYKER, JR., Knoxville, Tennessee, Electrical Engineering: Kappa Sigma, Vice President 3, President 4: Anak, 4, vice president 4, Orni- cron Delta Kappa, 4, vice president 4, Phi Eta Sigma, 1: Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4, vice president 4: Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, secretary 4: Phi Kappa Phi, 4, Student Council, 1, 3, president 4, International Relations Club, 4: Bulldog Club, 4, "TU Club, 4: Interfraternity Council, 4: I.R.E., 4, A.I.E.E., 3, vice president 4: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4, BLUE PRINT, 4, TECHNIQUE, 3, 4: ENGINEER, 4, Football, 3, 4, Track, 3, 4, Boxing, 3: President Junior Class: President Senior Class, Student-Faculty Honor Committee, 3, 4. IPP FERIES IOHNSON KAHN KENNEDY KERCE KYKER -S 4 LAT1 MER LESTER LICHTY LITTLE MQCDONNELL MACK PAUL RHODES LATIMER, JR., College Park, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha, Tau Beta pi, 4, Alpha Chi Sigma, 3, secretary 4, A.I.Ch.E ..... WILLIAM JACKSON LESTER, Tampa, Florida, N.R.O.T.C.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... JOHN PORTER LICHTY, West Palm Beach, Florida, N.R.O.T.C.: Kappa Sigma, Bulldog Club .... RICHARD JOSEPH MACDONNELL, Springfield, Missouri, Aeronautical Engineering: Sigma Nu, Tau Beta Pi, 4, Newman Club, I.A.S .... FRANCIS MURRAY MACK, JR., Fort Mill, South Carolina, Chemical Engineering: Alpha Chi Sigma, A.I.Ch.E .... JAMES REEVE MACPHERSON, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Aeronautical Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, Secretary 3, president 45 Anak, 4, Omicron Delta Kappa, 43 Phi Kappa Phi, 4, Tau Beta Pi, 3, president 45 Student Council 43 Bulldog Club, 45 Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, "Tu Club, 43 I.A.S., 3, 4, B.S.U., 2, 3, 4, Track, 3, 45 Cross Country, 4, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 45 Vice President Senior Class .... EDLEY WAINRIGHT MARTIN, JR., Conway, Arkansas, Electrical Engineering .... NWILLIAM REID MARTN, JR., Mobile, Alabama, Civil Engineering: A.S.C.E., 2, vice pres- dent 3, secretary, 45 Snow Memorial Award .... JOHN MARION MATPIEWS, Lexington, Georgia, N.R.O. Tc.: Tloeta Chi, TECHNIQUE, 3, 4. MQCPHERSON MARTIN, E. W. MARTIN, W. R. MATHEWS 44 MATTESON MAYSON MCGEE MCGHEE FREDERICK HAROLD MATTESON, Davison, Michigan, Aeronautical Engineering: I.A.S .... JOHN CON- WAY MAYSON, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma, 4, Student Lecture Committee, 4, Rifle Team, 2, 3, 45 Regimental Commander, N.R.O.'I'.C .... SAMUEL RUSSELL MCGEE, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Pi Delta Epsilon .... GEORGE DOUGLAS MCGHEE, Tenafly, New Jersey, Aeronautical Engineering: Delia Tau Delta, Flying Club, 4, Wrestling, 3, 4 .... JULIUS MORRIS MI- CHAELS, Brooklyn, New York, Civil Engineering: Tau Epsilon Phi, Secretary 3, Vice President 4, A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 45 TECHNIQUE, 3, 4, Wrestling, 35 Boxing, 2 .... CHESTER WILLIAM MILLER, Fort Wayne, Indi- ana, Aeronautical Engineering: I.A.S., 3, 45 Flying Club, 4. . Q. . FRANK BECKHAM MOFFET, JR., Green- ville, South Carolina, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Nu, Football, 15 Wrestling, 3 .... JAMES JOSEPH A MOONEY, JR., Savannah, Georgia: Newman Club, 2, 3, 4, Battalion Commander, N.R.O.T.C .... WILLIAM GLENN MOORE, JR., Jacksonville, Florida, Naval Science: Lambda Chi Alpha .... WILLIAM H. MORRISON, Greensboro,,North Carolina, Electrical Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha. MICHAELS MILLER MOFFET MOONEY MOORE MORRISON WILLIAM JOSEPH PETTYJOHN ing Editor BLUE PRINT Anak, ODK, President Sigma Chi, Man NORMAN OLCOTT OWEN PAINE WILLIAM FOSTER NORMAN, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering .... GEORGE POTTS OLCOTT, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma, 15 A.S.M.E.g S.A.M.g Football, 1, 2g Baseball, 1, 25 Basketball, 1, 2 .... THOMAS CLIFFORD OWEN, Calhoun, Georgia, Industrial Management, Band, 1, YMCA Cabinet, 1, Industrial Management Society, 4, Swimming, 1 .... JAMES OLIVER PAINE, Valdosta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Sigma Chi, President 2, President 4, Treasurer 3, Publications Board, 45 TECHNIQUE, 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 3, Editor 4, Interfraternity Council, 3, 4: Student Council, 2, 3, 4, secretary 3 .... DONALD ROBERT PATCH, Haddonfield, New Jersey, Aeronautical Engineering: I.A.S., 3, 45 Glee Club, 2, 3, 45 Swimming, 2, 3, 4 .... WILLIAM JOSEPH PETTYJOHN, JR., Marks, Mississippi, Electrical Engi- neering: Sigma Chi, President 4, Anak, 4, Omicron Delta Kappa, 45 Pi Delta Epsilon, 45 Eta Kappa Nu, 4, Ramblin Wreck Club, 3, 45 Bulldog Club, 4g International Relations Club, 3, president 4, A.I.E.E., 3, 4, Phi Eta Sigma, BLUE PRINT, 3, Managing Editor 45 TECHNIQUE, 3, 45 Track Manager, 4 .... JOSEPH ELLIOTT PHILLIPS, JR., Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Architecture: Theta Chi, Treasurer 2, Treasurer 3g Architectural So- ciety, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 2 .... MORRIS DAVID PRINCE, Greensboro, North Carolina, Electrical Engineering: Eta Kap-pa Nu, 43 I.R.E., 3, 4, president 45 A.I.E.E., 3, 4 .... GLENN WILLARD REEVES, Munday, Texas, Electrical Engineering .... CARL LEE RHYNE, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Sigma Chi, Vice President. 46 PATCH PETTYIOHN PHILLIPS PRINCE REEVES RHYN E S RODRIGUEZ ROVIRA SAMPLES SAWYER SCANLON SCHMI DT RODRIGO RODRIGUEZ, Alajuela, Costa Rica, Mechanical Engineering .... JO-SE ROVIRA, Havana, Cuba, Electrical Engineering .... JOHN ROBERT SAMPLES, Mobile, Alabama, Chemical Engineering .... LOUIS GORDON SAWYER, I-Iohenwald, Tennessee, Naval Science: Phi Gtl77'Z77ZLl Delta, Pi Delta Epsilon, Flying Club, 3, 4, TECHNIQUE, 2, Wrestling, 3 .... FRANK DANIELS SCANLON, St. Albans, New York, Naval Science: Delta Tau Delia, Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary 2, vice president 3 .... HARRY ALVIN SCHMIDT, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Aeronautical Engineering .... GEORGE SIMON SELLERS, Pensa- cola, Florida, Civil Engineering: Phi Epsilon Pi, President, Band, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Kappa Kappa Psi, 2, 3, 4, president 4, Skull SL Key, 1, vice president 1, Alpha Phi Omega, 1, 2, 3, 45 A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 45 Debate Society, 1, 25 Interfraternity Council, 3, 4g Tennis, 2, 3 .... THOMAS CALVIN SI-IEPARD, Colquitt, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Alpha Tum Omega, Phi Kappa Phi, 4, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, secretary 43 Tau Beta Pi, 4, A.I.E.E., 3, 4, treasurer 4, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 45 Debate Society, 4, Honor Roll, 3, 4 .... TIL- MON BOWMAN STARNES, Little Rock, Arkansas, Civil Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 45 A.S.C.E., 3, 4, president 4, Yellow Jacket Club, 3, 4 .... ROBERT RUSSELL STEPHENS, Whitewater, ' Kansas, Aeronautical Engineering: Flying Club, 4, I.A.S., 3, treasurer 4. SELLERS SHEPARD STARNES STEPHENS 47 STEVENS SYDOW THOMAS, C. H. THOMAS, P. A. JAMES EDWARDS STEVENS, JR., Nashville, Tennessee, Chemical Engineering: Sigma Chi, Secretary, Alpha Chi Sigma, 2, 3, 4, secretary 45 A.I.Ch. E., 3, 4, president 4, Bulldog Club, 4, International Relations Club, 4g UT" Club, 43 Track, 3, 4, Company Commander N.R.O.T.C .... JOHN PHILIP SYDOW, Miami, Florida, Chemical Engineering: Sigma Chi, A.I.Ch.E., 3, 4, secretary 4, TECHNIQUE, 45 Football, 15 Bulldog Club, 4 .... CYRUS HENRY THOMAS, Johnson City, New York, Naval Science: Lamhria Chi Alpha, Secretary 4. . . . PHILLIP ALEXANDER THOMAS, Nashville, Tennessee, Chemical Engineering: Beta Theta Pi, Sec- retary 2, Vice President 3, President 4g Alpha Chi Sigma, 3, 4, president 4, Interfraternity Council, 3, 43 A.I.Ch.E., 3, 4, International Relations Club, 4 .... DAVID VERNON TUDEEN, St. Petersburg, Florida, Civil Engineering: Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, president 43 Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4, secretary 4, Phi Kappa Phi, 4g A.S.C.E., 3, 4 .... HENRY MARTIN TULL, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Sigma Chi, Vice President 35 Industrial Management Society, 4 .... HERMAN HERRERA UGALDE, Alajuela, Costa Rica, Electrical Engineering: Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pig A.S.M.E.g A.I.E.E .... ERWIN MILTON WANSTRUM, West Palm Beach, Florida, Naval Science: Lamhila Chi Alpha, Vice President 4, TECHNIQUE, 4 .... BILLY CARL WALLACE, Magnolia, Arkansas, Electrical Engineering: Delta Tau Delta, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, vice president 4, A.I.E.E., 3, 4, secretary 4 .... JOHN WITHERSPO ON WALLACE, Atlanta, Georgia, Aeronautical Engi- TUDEEN TULL UGALDE VANSTRUM WALLACE, B. C. WALLACE, I. W neerin g. 48 Council WALLER WHITTLE WILLIAMS WILSON WOLLN ER WRYE EDWARD WILLIAM WALLER, New Orleans, Louisiana, Aeronautical Engineering .... GEORGE PAT- TERSON XWPIITTLE, Savannah, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: Sigma Cfai, Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4, Alpha Chi Sigma, 3, 4, treasurer 3, president 4, A.I.Ch.E., 3, 4, president 4, TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4, Publications Board, 4 .... JACQUE LAMAR WILLIAMS, Miami, Florida, Civil Engineering: Theta Chi, Treas- urer 4, Chi Epsilon, 4, A.S.C.E., 3, 4, YMCA Cabinet, 2, 3, vice president 3 .... GILBERT BAILEY WILSON, III, Memphis, Tennessee, Electrical Engineering: Sigma Alpha Ejlsiloiz, Secretary 3, President 4, Anak, 4, pres- ident 4, Omicron Delta Kappa, 3, 4, president 4, Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4, vice president 4, A.I.E.E., 3, 4, I.R.E., 4, Interfraternity Council, 2, 3, president 4, Student Council, 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 4, Ramblin Wreck Club, 4, Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, 4, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, Phi Eta Sigma, 1, 2, I3, 4, BLUE PRINT, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 3, Editor 4, Publications Board, 4, Tau Beta Pi Award for Outstanding Graduate .... BER- TRAM CLARENCE WOLLINIER, Miami, Florida, Aeronautical Engineering: Alpha Epsilon Pi, Alpha Phi Omega, 3, 4, Debate Society, 4, YMCA Cabinet, 4, I.A.S., 3, 4 .... WILLIAM FLORIN WRYE, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, Radio Club, 1, 2, 3, I.R.E., 3, A.I.E.E., 3. . . . CI-IIA TI YU, I-Iankow China, Textile Engineering: Tau Beta Pi, A.A.T.C.C., International Relations Club, YMCA Cabinet .... JAMES JOHNSON ZIPPERER, Yemassee, South Carolina, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma, A.S.M.E. YU ZIPPERER rrr, 4 L- 49 GILBERT BAILEY NVILSON III Editor BLUE PRINT, President A ak President ODK, President Interfraternity UFFIIIIERS nrrnf WILHELM SENIUR Cl GEURGIA SlIH00l 0F TECHNUL ACUFF ADAMSON ADCOCK AIKEN LINDSAY SIMS ACUEF, JR., Ocala, Florida, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E., 4, I.R.E., 4 .... SAVOY HENTON ADAMSON, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Sigma Na .... ALVIN NEAL ADCOGK, I-IR., Fender, Georgia, Industrial Management: Kappa Alpha .... HOBERT WILT AIKEN, Asheville, North Carolina, Architecture: Architectural Society, 2, 3, 4. . . . JOSEPH EUGENE ALEXANDER, Tampa, Florida, Electrical Engineering: Kappa Alpha .... IRVIN M. ALLEN, Elberton, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: Alpha Epsilon Pi, Secretary 4, Phi Eta Sigma .... EDWARD LEE ALMAN, Baltimore, Maryland, Industrial Engi- neering .... RICHARD H. ALMAND, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Pi Kappa Phi. . . . JOSEPH HENRY ANDERER, Springfield, Pennsylvania, Mechanical Engineering Sc Industrial Engineering: Alpha Tazi Omega, Pi Tau Sigma, A.S.M.E., 4, Newman Club, 3, 4g TECHNIQUE 2, 3, 4 .... ALEX- ANDER STEPHENS ANDERSON, III, Washington, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering: Chi Phi. ALEXANDER ALLEN ALMAN ALMAND ' ANDERER ANDERSON S HH D. P. ANDERSON M. R. ANDERSON ANTZES ARENOFSKY DAVIES P. ANDERSON, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering .... MELVIN R. ANDERSON, Orlando, Florida, Electrical Engineering .... HERBERT LEE ANTZES, Marietta, Georgia, General Engineering .... BER- NARD ARENOFSKY, Bayonne, New Jersey, Aeronautical Engineering: Tau Epsilon Phi, I.A.S., 3, 4 .... CHARLES JUSTIN ARMSTRONG, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Chemical Engineering: Sigma .Phi Epsilon, Sec- retary: A.I.Ch.E., 1, 2, treasurer 25 Radio Club, Band .... DAVID ALLEN ARMSTRONG, Raleigh, North Carolina, Aeronautical Engineering: Sigma Chi, Secretary 3, Anak, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, president 45 Student Council, 3, 4, vice president 45 YMCA Cabinet, 2, 3, 45 I.A.S., 4, Swimming Team, 1, 2, 3, 4 .... EDWARD BRUCE ARMSTRONG, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: A.S.M.E., 4 .... HENRY HERMAN ARMSTRONG, Birmingham, Alabama, Industrial Engineering: Kappa Alpha, I.A.S., S.A.M.g . . . HENRY BYRON ASHE, Stone Mountain, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E., 3, 45 I.R.E., 3, 45 Cadet Captain Army R.O.T.C., 4: RiHe Team, 2 .... RAYMOND CHARLES ASHE, Stone Mountain, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E., 3, 4, I.R.E., 4: Rifle Team, 1, 2. C. I. ARMSTRONG D. A. ARMSTRONG E. B. ARMSTRONG H. H. ARMSTRONG H. B. ASHE R. C. ASHE 52 BRUNO DAMIOLI Business Sigma, Pi Delta Epsilon AYCO CK AYRES BACHM AN BACKUS BADER BADLATTO MELL. AYCOCK, Augusta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... MARION JORDON AYERS, Decatur, Georgia, Industrial Management .... GILBERT BACHMAN, Miami, Florida, Mechanical Engineering: Alpha Epsilon Pi, President 45 Interfraternity Council, 43 A.S.M.E., 3, 4 .... GEORGE BAKER BACKUS, Mount Dora, Florida, Industrial Management: Sigma Chi, Yellow Jacket Club, 2, 3, 45 "TH Club, 2, 3, 45 TECHNIQUE, 2, 35 Yellow Jacket, 2, 33 Swimming Team, 1, 2, 3, 4, captain 4, Cheerleader, 3, 45 Student Council, 2, 3, 45 President Sophomore Class .... EDWARD MARION BADER, Los Angeles, Cal- ifornia, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha, President 3, Interfraternity Council, 35 A.S.M.E., 3, 45 NAUTILUS, 1, 2, 3, Editor 3 .... BIAGGIO BADLATO, Long Island, New York, Civil Engineering: New- man Club, 2, 3, 4, A.S.C.E., 4 .... LESTER M. BAGGETT, Atlanta, Georgia, Physics, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. . . . ROBERT LOUIS BAILEY, Parkersburg, West Virginia, Civil Engineering: Beta Theta Pi, Tresurer 3, Vice President 4, President 4g Anak, 4g Bulldog Club, 4, A.S.C.E., 3, 4, vice president 43 Interfraternity Council 3, 4, Vice president 4, Track, 3, 4, Cross Country, 4 .... JOI-IN RANSOM BAIN, Four Oaks, North Caro- lina, Aeronautical Engineering .... EDGAR DONALD BALL, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering. BAGGETT BAILEY BAIN BALL , , m rs Manager BLUE PRINT, Pi Tau BARBER BARNES BARNWELL BEATTY BECHT BEIL LEO THOMAS BARBER, JR., Moultrie, Georgia, Civil Engineering: KHPIJH Sigma .... XVILLIAM SPENCER BARNES, Decatur, Georgia, Chemical Engineering. . . . JAMES M. BARNWELL, Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Management: Chi Phi .... HALL EUGENE BEATTY, Bention, Illinois, Aeronautical Engineering. . . . ROBERT EDWARD BECHT, Decatur, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering .... EREDERIC CLARENCE BEIL, St. Petersburg, Florida, Industrial Management: Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... BILLY SEARS BELL, Rich- land, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Baptist Student Union .... DANIEL C. BELL, Fort Worth, Texas, Chem- ical Engineering: Chi Phi, Secretary 45 A.I.Ch.E., 3, 43 YELLOW IACKET, 3 .... ROBERT FLETCHER BELL, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Debate Society, 2, 3, 4, president 43 International Relations Club, 3, 4, vice president 43 A.I.E.E., 3, 45 YMCA Cabinet, 3, 45 TECHNIQUE 3, 4 .... WILLIAM ARTHUR Bell, Jr., Lizella, Georgia, Industrial Management. B. S, BELL D. C. BELL R. F. BELL W. A. BELL 54 BENNETT BENSON BERSTON BEST FRANKLIN ALEXANDER BENNETT, Sarasota, Florida, Industrial Management: Industrial Management Society, 3, 45 Band, 1 .... PAUL ALLAN BENSON, Buffalo, New York, Electrical Engineering: Phi Gd77Z7lZd Delta, A.I.E.E., 45 I.R.E., 4, "Bl, Football Team, 3, Track, 2, 3 .... MCCLELLAN BERSTON, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Benz Theta Pi .... JOHN HOWARD BEST, Kenilworth, Illinois, Aero-- nautical Engineering .... MALCOLM BETHEA, JR., Birmingham, Alabama, Aeronautical Engineering. . . . JAMES CLINTON BILLINGS, JR., St. Louis, Missouri, Industrial Engineering: Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, secre- tary 3, 4g'i Battalion Commander, N.R.O.T.C .... MARION BUTLER BLACKWELL, Electrical Engineering. . . . SAM HOYTE BLACKWELL, JR., Columbus, Georgia, Industrial Management: HT" Club, Basketball, 1, 2 .... ALEXANDER BLAIR, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice president ll, A.I.E.E., 3, 45 Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary 45 Phi Kappa Phi, 4 .... PAUL ERNEST BOLIEK, Hunting- ton, West Virginia, Chemical Engineering: Alpha Chi Sigma, 3, 45 Phi Kappa Delta, Glee Club, 2, 3, YMCA cabinet, 2, 3, TECHNIQUE, 3, BLUE PRINT, 3. BETHEA BILLINGS 1 M. B. BLACKWELL S. H. BLACKWELL BLAIR -BOLIEK 4, ll ROBERT THOMAS DAVIS President Anak, President Interfraternity Council, President Bulldog Club, Lt. Colonel R.O.T.C. BOLLINGER BON NER BORK BOROUGHS BOSTON BOWEN EVERETT RICHARD BOLLINGER, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management .... WILLIAM MAY- FIELD BONNER, Jacksonville, Florida, Textile Engineering: Sigma Chi .... ALFRED MORTON BORK, Jacksonville, Florida, Physics .... CHARLES WILLIAM BOROUGI-IS, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture: Alpha Trm Omega, Architectural Society, 2, 3, 4 .... JOSEPH CALVIN BOSTON, San Antonio, Texas, Aeronauti- cal Engineering: Phi Gd17Z772d Delia, Treasurer 3, 45 I.A.S .... JOHN McGOWAN BOWEN, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Track, 1 .... THOMAS WILLIAMS BRADLEY, Atlanta, Georgia, General Engineering: I.A.S., 3 .... RAY HALBERT BRADSHAW, Paint Rock, Texas, Aeronautical Engineering. . . . ZACHARY T. BRASWELL, Roberta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E .... WILLIAM HIXSON BREEN, JR., Decatur, Georgia, Architecture: Alpha Tau Omega. BRADLEY BRAD SHAW BRASWELI.. BREEN S6 BREWTON BRINKS BRO CK BROOKS JOSEPH CLEVELAND BREXVTON, JR., Savannah, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: Lambda Chi Alpha. . . . JOHN WESLEY BRINKS, Dothan, Alabama, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E., Debate Society, 2, 3, NAU- TILUS, 25 Cross Counrty, 3, YMCA Cabinet .... WILLIAM JOSEPH BROCK, JR,, Corbin, Kentucky, Elec- trical Engineering: Phi Delta Theta .... KENNETH MORGAN BROOKS, Albemarle, North Carolina, Indus- trial Engineering: Pi Kappa Phi .... BENJAMIN INMAN BROWN, Albany, Georgia, Architecture: Sigma Chi, Treasurer 3, President 4, Phi Eta Sigma, BLUE PRINT, 3, Track, 35 Architectural Society, 3, 4, president 3, A.S.C.E., 25 Glee Club, 1 .... GEORGE JULIAN BROWN, College Park, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Kappa Sigma .... JOHN XVINSTON BROWN, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Camera Club, 1, 2, 3, treasurer 3, vice president 3 .... WARREN REID BROWN, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering. . . . NATHANIEI. B. BROWN, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture: Sigma Phi Epsilon .... JOHN FRANKLIN BROYLES, Decatur, Georgia, Industrial Management: Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. B. I. BROWN G. I. BROWN I. W. BROWN W. R. BROWN N. B. BROWN BROYLES BRUCE BRYAN BULL BURDELL ROBERT NEWTON BRUCE, Memphis, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineering: A.S.M.E., 4, Camera Club, 2, 3, 4 .... EMMETT W. BRYAN, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering .... IRVING STUART BULL, JR., Winston-Salem, North Carolina: Tau Beta Pi, 4, Pi Tau Sigma, 4, A.S.M.E., 4 .... CHARLES ARTHUR BURDELL, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: Sigma Chi, Secretary, A.I.Ch.E., 3, 4, BLUE PRINT, 1, TECHNIQUE, 3 .... LUCIEN BRISCOE BURDETT, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Eta Kappa Nu, Baseball, 1 .... JAMES MONTGOMERY BURGESS, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Sigma Chi .... ALBERT C. BURKE, JR., Atlanta, Georgia .... GEORGE XVALTER BURKE, JR., St. Petersburg, Florida, Civil Engineering: A.S.C.E .... GEORGE BRADLEY BURKHALTER, Rome, Georgia, Electrical Engi- neering .... BURGH SMITH BURNETT, JR., Hot Springs, Arkansas, Aeronautical Engineering: Lrzmbrlzz Clai Alpha. BURDETT BURGESS A. C. BURKE DONALD JAMES DEITERS President Tau Beta Pi, President A.S.M.E., Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Tau Sigma S8 G. 'xN'. BURKE BURKHALTER B. S. BURNETT E. M. BURNETT BURNETTE BURNS BURROUGI-IS BUSH BUTERA EDWIN MOORE BURNETT, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha .... TI-IADDEUS CLARENCE BURNETTE, Black Mountain, Georgia. . . . WILLIAM I-IIGI-IT BURNS, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Kappa Alpha .... SWINTON MCINTOSH BURROUGI-IS, Brunswick, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, S.A.M .... WILLIAM GLASCOCK BUSH, Augusta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: Chi Phi, Alpha Chi Sigma .... ANTHONY WILLIAM BUTERA, Port Jefferson, New York, Aeronautical Engineering .... FRANK D. CAIN, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... DEAN T. CALLAHAN, Cleveland, Ohio, Civil Engineering: Glee Club, 2, 3, 45 A.S.C.E., 3, 4 .... ROBERT PEEL CAMERON, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Chemical Engineering: Kappa Al- pba, Alpha Chi Sigma .... WILLIAM J. CAMP, Sylvester, Georgia, Chemical Engineering. CAIN CALLAHAN CAMERON CAMP S9 CAMPA CAMPBELL CANALS CAPRARA FRED JOSEPH CAMPA, Floral Park, New York, Electrical Engineering, A.I.E.E., 3, 4, I.R.E., 3, 4, Newman Club, 4 .... GEORGE BENNETT CAMPBELL, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice President 3, 45 Interfraternity Council, 3, 4 .... WILLIAM RICHARD CANALS, Bloomfield, New Jersey, Industrial Management .... ANGELO BENJAMIN CAPRARA, Schenectady New York, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E., 3, 4g Newman Club, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling, 4 .... WILLIAM EDWARD CARLISLE, Signal - Mountain, Tennessee, Industrial Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer 3, President 4g IVh0's II7h0 Among Sturlcwits in A1fze1'ira11 Universities and Colleges, 4, Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Student Council, 3, 4, Publications Board, 4, TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4 .... WILLIAM FREDERICK CECIL, Binghamton, New York, General Engineering: Sigma Chi, Society of General Engineers, 3, 4. . . . DONALD G. CHANDLER, Huntland, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineering .... RUSSELL LEWIS CHAPMAN, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineering .... NEIL FRANCIS CHARLAND, Mt. Ranier, Maryland, Elec- trical Engineering .... SYLVAN H. CHASEN, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering. CARLISLE CECIL CHANDLER CHAPMAN CHARLAND CHASEN CHEATHAM CHESSON CLARK CLARSON CLEVELAND CLOUD GUY CHESTER CHEATHAM, JR., Anniston, Alabama, Aeronautical Engineering: Phi Delta Theta. . . . MAYWOOD W. CHESSON, JR., Waverly, Virginia, Chemical Engineering: Sigma Phi Ejisilon .... EVERT EDWARD CLARK, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: S.A.M., 3, 45 Manager Football, 2, 3. . . . RICHARD PATREUS CLARSON, Jacksonville, Florida, Civil Engineering: Beta Theta Pi, A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 45 Pi Delta Epsilon, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, YELLOW IACKET, 1, 3, 45 TECHNIQUE, 2, 3, Business Manager 3, Tennis, 3 .... MIMMS IBREY CLEVELAND, Birmingham, Alabama, Mechanical Engineering: A.S.M.E., 3, 4. . . . FRANKLIN HALL CLOUD, Decatur, Illinois, Industrial Management: Delta Tau Delta .... ROBERT EARL COFFEE, Macon, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Kappa Sigma .... WALTER CO1-IEN, Brooklyn, New York, Industrial Engineering: Alpha Epsilon Pi, Vice President 3, President 45 Debate Society, 1, 2, Inter- national Relations Club, 1, 2, American Veteran's Committee, 3, 4, S.A.M., 3, 45 Sigma Gamma Club, 1, 2, 43 Honor Roll, 1, 3, 4 .... THOMAS LEVI COLEMAN, Scotland Neck, North Carolina, Aeronautical Engineer- ing. . JAMES E. COLLINS, Fairburn, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: A.S.M.E., 1. COFFEE COHEN COLEMAN I. E. COLLINS V, 61 CS 4' .1. V ? i . 1 '. ull'i11'l L "ll lllilllllllll J MX IL f vf :' .IP .ml ll l l I M. C. COLLINS CONDURELIS COOK COONS CORDES COSIO MOSELEY CARY COLLINS, JR., Tallahassee, Florida, General Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega .... STEVE GEORGE CONDURELIS, JR., Fort Myers, Florida, Electrical Engineering: Phi Delia Thefa, Treasurer, Bull- dog Club, A.I.E.E.g I.R.E., NAUTILUS5 Student Council, vice president .... PAUL PENISTON COOK, Newnan, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Kappa Sigmrlg Phi Psi, 3, 4, president 4, A.A.T.C.C .... WILLIAM WARWICK COONS, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: Phi Delia Their: .... ALEXANDER WATSON CORDES, JR., Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, I.A.S., 2, 3, YELLOW JACKET, 1, 2, Swimming, 2, 3 .... JOE COSIO, Tampa, Florida, Civil Engineering .... LELAND S. COVEY, Chicago, Illinois, Chemical Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha, President 5, Alpha Chi Sigma, 2, 3, 4, S, Kappa Kappa Psi, 2, 3, 4, 5, Alpha Phi Omega, 1, 2, 3, 4, A.I.Ch.E., 2, 3, 4, 55 Co-Op Club, 2, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, S, Drum Major, 1, 2, 3, 4, S, Yellow Jacket Club, 2, 3, 45 Secretary Freshman Class .... EMMETT I-IERSCI-IEL COVINGTON, Americus, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: Tau Beta Pi, 4, Alpha Chi Sigma, 3, 45 Briarian Society, 33 Co-Op Club, 35 A.I.Ch.E., 3, 4 .... WALTER CLEVELAND COAWART, JR., Panama City, Florida, Chemical Engi- neering: Glee Club, 3, 4 .... THEODORE CHARLES COX, Whigham, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Lmzzhfla Chi Alpha, President 4, Vice President 45 Pi Tau Epsilon, 3, 45 A.S.M.E., 3g S.A.M., 45 Interfraternity Council, 3 3 President Sophomore Class. COVEY COVINGTON COWART T. C. COX 62 , ,.,,,, ,. ., 4- 1, a.. " ,..,, ..v,,,,, 4 wa 'W -ie . ,s -,,,: WSE' f 4' 'YL 4'-'45:fr3j7' If :j1fg2.g-5 2.45 , .,,.,,.. V Q :Lv f 1 gtffffff 3 I- M- COX CRAWFORD CHAWLEY CREDILLE JAMES MARION COX, Florala, Alabama, Electrical Engineering .... JAMES MOORE CRAWFORD, Cornelia, Georgia, Industrial Management: Delta Tam Delta, Debating Society, 3, 43 American Veterans Corn- mittee, 3, 4, Chairman 3, 4 .... DONALD JAMES CRAWLEY, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: A.S.M.E., 4 .... EWELL LAWRENCE CREDILLE, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Sigma Chi, Company Commander N.R.O.T.C., 3g Rifle Team, 1 .... LOUIS BOGAERT CROUCI-I, Civil Engineer- ing .... BILLY E. CURRY, Tyler, Texas, Chemical Engineering .... THOMAS R. CURTNER, Bragga- docio, Missouri, Industrial Management: C112 Phi .... CARL WILLIAM DAI-IM, Dobbs Ferry, New York, Industrial Engineering .... BRUNO DAMIOLI, Cumberland, Kentucky, Mechanical Engineering: Kappa Sigma, Treasurer 3, 45 Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4, International Relations Club, 35 Publications Board, 45 Newman Club, 2, BLUE PRIN T, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4 .... WALTER B. DANIEL, Mulberry, Tennessee, Electrical Engineering. CROUCH CURRY CURTNER DAHM DAMIOLI DANIEL SAM NORRIS GIBSON President YMCA Cabinet, Business Man ager BLUE PRINT, President W'csley Foun dation, President Religious Council 63 DANIELS E. F. DARBY R. F. DARBY DAVIDSON B. F. DAVIS I. L. DAVIS ALBERT OREN DANIELS, Birmingham, Alabama, Industrial Management: Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary 2. . . . EDWARD F. DARBY, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering .... ROBERT FRED DARBY, Statesboro, Georgia, Architecture: Alpha Tau Omega, President 3 5 Skull and Key, 25 Architectural Society, 2, 3, 4: Interfraternity Council, 3 .... HAROLD OSBORN DAVIDSON, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha .... BOYD FRANKLIN DAVIS, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: A Sigma N za .... JOEL LAMAR DAVIS, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Flying Club, 3, 4, president 4. . . . JULIAN MONROE DAVIS, Macon, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma,'1, 2, 3, 45 Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4 .... ROBERT H. DAVIS, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Sigma Cbig Industrial Man- agement Society, 2, 3, 4, secretary 45 Foil and Mask Club, 1, 2: Honor Roll, lg Fencing Team, I, 2, Rifle Team, 35 Battalion Commander N.R.O.T.C., 3 .... ROBERT THOMAS DAVIS, JR., Columbus, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Chi Phi, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, President 4g Anak, 3, 4, secretary 3, president 45 Bulldog Club, 3, 4, president 4, Ramblin Wreck Club, 45 A.I.E.E., 3, 45 "T" Club, 4, Lt. Colonel R.O.T.C., 3, 4: Outstand- ing Cadet Officer R.O.T.C., 35 Interfraternity Council, 3, 4, president 4, Football, 1, 2, 3, Captain 35 Basketball, 2, 3, Captain 3 .... HERBERT D. DEBORDE, Jacksonville, Florida, Electrical Engineering: Co-Op Club, 3, 4. I. M. DAVIS R. I-I. DAVIS R. T. DAVIS DQBORDE 64 ' CIGCOURT DEGNAN DEITERS DENNIS HENRY FRANCIS DECOURT, Savannah, Georgia, Electrical Engineering:,Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer 2, 3, President 45 Omicron Delta Kappa, 45 Tau Beta Pi, 45 Phi Eta Sigma, 1, 2, 3, 45 Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 45 Phi Kappa Phi, 45 Interfraternity Council, 45 Student Council, 4, secretary 45 Bulldog Club, 45 Kappa Kappa Psi, 45 A.I.E.E., 3, 45 Band, 2, 35 TECHNIQUE, 3, 4 .... HENRY YVILLIAM DEGNAN, JR., Fall River, Massa- chusetts, Industrial Management: A.S.C.E.5 Newman Club, 3, 4, vice president 45 Football, 3 .... DONALD JAMES DEITERS, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4, president 45 Phi Kappa Phi, 45 Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, treasurer 45 Phi Eta Sigma, 1, 2, 3, 45 Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3, 45 A.S.M.E., 3, 4, president 45 Vc7h0,s Who in American Colleges and U7Zi1!81'Sifi6S .... WADE HAMPTON DENNIS, Tampa, Florida, Industrial Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer A.S.M.E., 3, 45 S.A.M., 3, 4, vice president 35 International Relations Club, 35 BLUE PRINT, 45 ENGINEER, 4 .... CHARLES GORDON DENTON, JR., Bronwood, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: A.I.Ch.E .... FREDERICK JAMES DESMOND, JR., Beverly, Massachusetts, Mechanical Engineering: Newman club, A.S.M.E .... JOSEPH KING DILLARD, Charleston, South Carolina, Electrical Engineering: Lambda Chi Alpha, President 3, 45 A.I.E.E., 2, 3, 4, president 3, 45 I.R.E., 3, 4, secretary 45 Co-Op Club, 2, 35 Yellow Jacket Club, 2, 35 TECHNIQUE, 1, 2 .... FREDERICK DIXON, Montreal, Quebec, Physics .... FRANK GAMMERT DOAR, Savannah, Georgia, Mechanical Engi- neering .... JACK THOMAS DOBSON, JR., Chicago, Illinois, Industrial Management: Alpha Tau Omega, Vice President 3, President 45 Skull and Key, 15 Glee Club, 1, 25 Yellow Jacket Club, 1, 2. DENTON DESMOND ' DILLARD DIXON DOAR DOBSON DODSON DONEGAN D'ONOFRIO DOUGHERTY JOHN HARRY DODSON, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture: Architectural Society,2, 3,4, Alpha Phi Omega 4 .... ROBERT FIELDING DONEGAN, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management .... PHILIP HAROLD D'ONOERIO, Brooklyn, New York, Mechanical Engineering .... RICHARD LEO DOUGHERTY, Wee- hawken, New Jersey, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E., 3, 4, I.R.E., 3, 4, Newman Club, 3, 4, Band, 1, Eta Kappa Nu Sophomore Award .... WALLACE DAVID DREYEOOS, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Manage- ment: PhiEjJsilo11 Pi, Treasurer 4, Foil and Mask Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, TECHNIQUE, 4, Fencing, 1, 2, 3, 4 .... PAUL ANDERSON DUKE, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Chi Phi, Anak, 3, Football, 1, 2, 3, Captain 3 .... DAVID DURST, New York, New York, Aeronautical Engineering: Bulldog Club, 3, 4, "T" Club, 3, 4, I.A.S., 4, Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Cross Country, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4 .... WILLIAM WILL- KINSON EARTI-IMAN, Nashville, Tennessee, Aeronautical Engineering: Phi Delta Theta, I.A.S., Bulldog Club .... STERLING PARK EAVES, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Phi Delia Theta, Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 4, "T" Club, 2 ROVERT W. ECK, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineering. DREYFOOS EARTHMAN KENDALL GREENE ANAK, Omicron Delta Kappa, Editor ENGINEER, President A.I.Ch.E., Tau Beta Pi 66 3, 4, Vice president 3, secretary 4, Football, 3, 4 .... DUKE DURST EAVES ECK ECTOR EDWARDS EHRENSPERGER ENDERS ETLING I. C. FAULKNEH CHARLES LAMAR ECTOR, Leeds, Alabama, Industrial Management: Sigma Nag TECHNIQUE, 1, 2. . . . WILLIAM LANE EDWARDS, Columbia South Carolina, Industrial Management .... WILLIAM E. EHREN- SPERGER, Marietta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering .... RAYMOND CALVIN ENDERS, Portland, Tennes- see, Mechanical Engineering .... WALTER BOREMAN ETLING, JR., Nutley, New Jerseji, Industrial Man- agement: Kappa Sigma .... JACK CLARKE FAULKNER, Jaclfsonville, Florida, Industrial Management. . . . JOHN F. EAULKNER, Little Rock, Arkansas, Aeronautical Engineering: Sigma Chi, Pi Tau Sigma, 3g YMCA Cabinet, 2, 3, 4, president 35 I.A.S., 3, 4, president 35 NAUTILUS, 35 Student Council, 3g Student- Faculty Honor Committee, 3 .... ALBERT JOHN FAUSTINI, Miami, Florida, Electrical Engineering .... CHARLES L. FEISS, Evanston, Illinois, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E., 2, 3, 43 I.R.E., 3, 45 TECHNIQUE, 1, 45 Camera Club, 1, Z, 3, 4 .... RUBEN T. EELKNOR, Dandridge, Tennessee, Civil Engineering. 1. P. PAULKNEP. FAUSTINI Fslss FELKNOR 67 FISKE FLEMING FLICK FLOYD JULIAN FRANCIS FISKE, JR., Augusta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Delta Tau Delia, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4g Pi Delta Epsilon, 4, A.S.M.E., 3, 4, S.A.M., 3, 4, secretary 3, TECHNIQUE, 3, 4. . EUGENE HERBERT FLEMING, III, Vidalia, Louisiana, Industrial Management: Kappa Sigma .... ROBERT ALLEN FLICK, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: Sigma N iz, Vice President 2, Alpha Chi Sigma, 2, 3, 4, Veteran's Association, 1, 2, treasurer 1, Vice president 2, A.I.Ch.E., 43 Student Council, 2, Interfraternity Council, 2, 3. . . . J. E. FLOYD, Ocala, Florida, Chemical Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... WILLIAM HOPKINS FOLWELL, Miami, Florida, Civil Engineering: Sigma Chi, A.S:C.E., 2, 3, 45 Track, 2, 35 Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, secretary 35 Band, 3, Student Council, 3 .... OTTIS OTTO FORESTER, JR., Clarksburg, West Virginia, Aeronautical Engineering: I.A.S., 3, 4 .... CARL C. FOWLER, JR., Decatur, Georgia, Electrical Engineer- ing .... THOMAS R. FOWLER, Charleston, South Carolina, Mechanical Engineering: Kappa Sigma. . . . JOHN ROBERT FRANKLIN, Portal, Georgia, Industrial Management: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary 35 Yellow Jacket Club, 1, Industrial Management Society, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation, 4, YELLOW JACKET, 1, 4, BLUE PRINT, 1, 2, 4, NAUTILUS, 2, 3, Business Manager 3 .... ROY WILSON FREEMAN, Avon- dale Estates, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Chi, Phi Eta Sigma 1, president 15 Tau Beta Pi, 3, 45 Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, Skull and Key, 2, A.S.M.E., 4, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4. FOLWELL FORESTER C. C. FOWLER T. R. FOWLER FRANKLIN FREEMAN 68 ll FRISH FULTON FUNDERBURK FUN STEN GAMMILL GAHRETT IRXVIN ALBERT ERISH, Brooklyn, New York, Textile Engineering: Tau Epsilon Phi, Treasurer 3, Secretary 45 A.A.T.C.C. 3, 4, president 3, 45 TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, Band, 1, 2, 4 .... WILLIAM LUTHER FULTON, JR., Savannah, Georgia, Electricali Engineering: S.A.M.g Society of General Engineers, A.I.E.E., I.R.E .... JOHN CARL EUNDERBURK, JR., Elovilla, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E., 2, 3, 4 .... JAMES BOWEN FUNSTEN, Elberton, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering .... DAVID W. GAMMILL, Jackson, Mississippi, Indus- trial Engineering: Phi Delta Theta, Bulldog Club, Interfraternity Council .... JOSEPH DEAN GARRETT, Arlington, Georgia, Electrical Engineering .... JOSEPH THOMAS GAY, JR., Quitman, Georgia. Civil Engi- neering: La11zf7fla Chi Alpha, Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, Co-Op Club, 2, A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 4 .... HERBERT WILLIAM GEHRING, El Paso, Texas, Industrial Management: Industrial Management Society, 1, International Relations Club, 1, president .... ROY EUGENE GEISINGER, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Aeronautical Engineering. . . ROBERT STRICKLAND GELLERSTEDT, JR., Troy, Alabama, Mechanical Engineering. GAY GEHRING ' GEISINGER GELLERSTEDT 69 S GEORGE GIANNATTASIO GIBSON GILL GILPIN GLASS PETE GEORGE GEORGE, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering .... MICHAEL GIANNATTASIO, Boston, Massachusetts, Electrical Engineering: Sigma Chi, Student Council, 2, 3, 4, secretary 3, 4, A.I.E.E.g Newman Club, TECHNIQUE, 2, Track, 2, Student Concert and Lecture Committee .... SAM NORRIS GIBSON, Troy, Alabama, Architecture: YMCA Cabinet, 2, 3, 4, secretary 3, president 4g Student Council, 35 International Relations Club, 2, 3, 4, president 35 Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, 4, president 25 Architectural So- ciety, 45 Religious Council, 2, 3, president 3, BLUE PRINT, 1, 2, 3, Business Manager 3, Publications Board, 35 Wbols Who Among Stuclents in Ame1'ica11 Colleges and U71I'L'07'Xi2ff6S .... ROGER LOWELL GILL, Greenville, South Carolina, Textile Engineering: Phi Psi, 3, 4, treasurer 4 .... HUGH MCREYNOLDS GILPIN, Bluefield, West Virginia, Industrial Management: Sig-ma Nu .... SAMUEL N. GLASS, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engi- neering .... HAL COOPER GLOTFELTER, Aeronautical Engineering .... CARLOS MANUEL GONZALEZ, Civil Engineering .... ALBERT BROWN GORDON, Huntington, West Virginia, Chemical Engineering: Sigma Cloi, Treasurer 35 Bulldog Club, A.I.Ch.E .... MILLER ABBOTT GOWEN, Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering: Sigma Cbi. GLOTFELTER GONZALEZ GORDON GOWEN . Y A 70 GRAHAM GREEN GREENBERG K. GREENE TOM CAMPBELL GRAHAM, Little Rock, Arkansas, Chemical Engineering: Sigmrz Nu, Secretary 2, President 2g Interfraternity Council, 2, Yellow Jacket Club, 2, TECHNIQUE, 1, 2 .... ALAN EDWARD GREEN, Florence, South Carolina, Aeronautical Engineering .... HARRY GREENBERG, Miami Beach, Florida, Elec- trical Engineering: Radio Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 I.R.E., 4, American Veterans Committee, 4 .... KENDALL GREENE, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Chemical Engineering: Sigma Nu, Anak, 4, Omicron Delta Kappa, 45 Tau Beta Pi, 4, Phi Eta Sigma lg Briarean Society, 3, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, 45 A.I.Ch.E., 2, 3, 4,ipresident 45 Debating Society, 2, 3, Interfraternity Council, 4, Pi Delta Epsilon, 4, Gold "T" Award, 45 Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4g ENGINEER, 2, 3, 4, Editor 4, A.I.Ch.E. Student Award, Wbok Who Among Szfurlents in A17Z61'lCd1Z Colleges and Universities .... TERRELL EVERHART GREENE, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemistry: Phi Eta Sigma, 1, Gold "TH Award, 4, TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, Band, 1, 2, 3 .... JOHN P. GPLETHEN, JR., Miami, Florida, ' Aeronautical Engineering: Sigma Chi .... RALPH EDWIN GRETZINGER, JR., Frankfort, Kentucky, Me- chanical Engineering: Sigma Phi Epsilon .... FRANCIS MILLER GRIBBLE, Benton, Arkansas, General Engineering .... PAT R. GRIFFIN, Orange, Texas, Industrial Management: Plai Ga11z11m Delta .... XWILBUR SHERMAN GROSS, Kinston, North Carolina, Textile Engineering: Epsilon Pi. T. E. GREENE GRETHEN GRETZINGEB GRIBBLE GRIFFIN GROSS I i I I GUENTHER GURITZ GUBNEY HADLOCK HAIGH HAINES GENE G. GUENTHER, Versaille, Missouri, Industrial Management: Kappa Sigma, Band, 3 .... ALFRED HILL GURITZ, Haines City, Florida, Industrial Engineering: Kappa Sigma, Vice President 45 Bulldog Club, 3, 45 S.A.M., 4g BLUE PRINT, 43 ENGINEER, 45 YELLOW IACKET, 4 .... SUININER GURNEY, Mar- ion Massachusetts, Industrial Engineering: Sigma Chi, S.A.M .... EUGENE CLYDE HADLOCK, Chino Valley, Arizona, ,Chemical Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma, 1, Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4g Phi Kappa Phi, 45 A.I.Ch.E., 3, 4, secretary 4 .... FREDERICK G. HAIGI-I, Birmingham, Alabama, Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Chi, Band, 3g A.S.M.E., 4 .... GILBERT APPERSON HAINES, JR., Ocean City, New Jersey, Aeronautical Engineering: Delta Sigma Phi, President 2, Secretary 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 45 I.A.S., 45 Track, 35 Band, 1, 2 .... ALBERT WELLINGTON HAINLIN, Miami, Florida, Mechanical Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma: A.S.M.E.g Honor Roll, 1, 2, 4 .... JAMES RICHARD HALL, Clewiston, Florida, Chemical Engineering .... WILLIAM ROBERT HALSTEAD, Hawk- insville, Georgia, Electrical Engineering .... WILLIAM MILTON HAMILTON, Oaklyn, New Jersey, Industrial Management: Beta Theta Pi, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3: Industrial Management Society, 3, 45 BLUE PRINT, 3. HAINLIN HALL HALSTEAD HAMILTON 72 HAMMERSLA HAMMILL HAMRICK HANCOCK WILLIAM EDWARD HAMMERSLA, JR., Jacksonville, Florida, Mechanical Engineering: Briaerean Society, 2, 3, 4, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4g Alpha Phi Omega, 2, 35 A.S.M.E., 45 Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3 .... FREDERICK MARTIN HAMMILL, Beloit,i Wisconsin, Mechanical Engineering: Phi Kappa Phi, 4, Tau Beta Pi, 45 Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, secretary 45 A.S.M.E., 3, 4, Alpha Phi Omega, 2 .... JOSEPH THOMAS HAMRICK, Carrollton, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma, 4, A.S.M.E., 4, Camera Club, 45 Alpha Phi Omega, 3, 4, vice president 4 .... CHARLES COLEMAN HANCOCK, Cedar Hill, Tennessee, Electrical Engineering: Briaerean Society, 3, 4, 55 Eta Kappa Nu, 4, 55 Tau Beta Pi, 4, S: Phi Eta Sigma, 15 Co-Op Club, 3, 4: Alpha Phi Omega, 2, 3, 4, 5, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4 .... GEORGE P. HANLIN, JR., Columbia, South Carolina, Mechanical Engi- neering: A.S.M.E., Co-Op Club .... JOHN DONALD HANSELL, Kissimmee, Florida, Chemical Engineering: A.I.Ch.E .... WILLIAM IVAN HARING, Houston, Texas, Aeronautical Engineering: I.A.S., 3, 4, Flying Club, 4, YMCA Cabinet, 4 .... RICHARD ADAMS HARRIS, Lynchburg, Virginia, Industrial Engineering: Cfoi Ploi, Secretary 35 Pi Tau Sigma, 35 S.A.M., 4, TECHNIQUE, 2, 35 BLUE PRINT, 3, Rifle Team, 3. . . . WILLIAM -HENRY HARRIS, Thomasville, Georgia, Architecture: Kdpjld Sigma .... ROY FREDERICK HARTLEIN, Birmingham, Alabama, Mechanical Engineering: A.S.M.E., 3, 45 Kappa Kappa Psi: Band, 1, 2, 3. HANLIN HANSELL HARING R. A. HARRIS W. H. HARRIS HARTLEIN SANlIiEl,. AYRIQA INCRANI :Igor If.N'GlNEliK, Student Council . l llll Editor YlfLLOlV JACKET, Business XI HARVEY HASE G. I. HAWKINS L. B. HAWKINS ROBERT GLENWELL HARVEY, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering .... HENRY G. HASE, Fair- field, Alabama, Chemical Engineering: Theta Chi .... GLENN JOHN HAWKINS, Palm Beach, Florida, Pub- lic Health Engineering: Public Health Engineering Society, Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate Society, 3, 45 ENGINEER, 4 .... LUTHER B. HAWKINS, Dermott, Arkansas, General Engineering: Kappa Sigma. . . . STEWART HAYNES, JR., Port Arthur, Texas, Chemical Engineering: A.I.Ch.E., 3, 4 .... GEORGE WIN- SHIP HEAD, JR., Macon, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Kappa Alpha .... JOE EDWIN HEATHERLY, Marietta, Georgia, Civil Engineering: Civil Crew, 3, 45 A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 4 .... HAROLD NELSON I-IEDRICK, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Mechanical Engineering: Co-Op Club, 33 A.S.M.E., 4 .... GLENN HERBERT HENDER- SON, JR., Hampton, Georgia, Industrial Management: Kappa Alpha .... PATRICK F. HENRY, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Phi Delta Theta. HAYNES HEAD HEATHERLY HEDRICK HENDERSON P. F. HENRY 74 I S. I. HENRY HENSLEE HENSON HERLIHY I. L. HICKS ' I. P. HICKS STANLEY,-IULIAN HENRY, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Phi Sigma Kappa, Kappa Kappa Psi, Band, 1, 2, 35 Bulldog Club, S.A.M.g YELLOW IACKET, 2, 3, 4, BLUE PRINT, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Team, 1, 2, 3, 4. . LOXVIS WALLACE HENSLEE, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering .... CHARLES WAL- I TON HENSON, JR., Monroe, Georgia, Industrial Management: Alpha Tau Omega .... DANIEL EDWARD I-IERLII-IY, Dallas, Texas, Civil Engineering: A.S.C.E ,... JAMES L. HICKS, Talladega, Alabama, Industrial En- gineering: Sigma Aljfba Epsilon ...., I EEFERSON PASCAL I-IICKS, Ramer, Alabama, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma, 4, 5, A.S.M.E., 4, 5 .... WALTON N. HICKS, Tampa, Florida, Industrial Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... FRED EDGAR HIGGINS, JR., Marietta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering .... GEORGE FELTON HILL, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E .... MILTON S. HOCI-IMUTH, Augusta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Sigma N a. W. N. HICKS HIGGINS HILL HOCHMUTH 75 HOFFMAN HOLCOMBE HOLDER E HOLLANDER JAMES MICHAEL HOFFMAN, Atlanta, Georgia, Architectural Engineering .... HUGH WALTON HOL- COMBE, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Beta Theta Pi .... VVILLIS GARWOOD HOLDER, Miami, Florida, Industrial Engineering: Beta Tfakia Pig A.S.M.E., 1, S.A.M., 1 .... ARTHUR HOLLANDER, New York, New York, Industrial Engineering: Alpha Epsilon Pi, Secretary 3, A.S.M.E., 2, 3, 45 S.A.M., 3, 43 Honor Roll, 1, 3 .... ARDELL O'CONNOR HOLLIS, Macon, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, Briaerean Society, 3, 45 Camera Club, 2, 3. I. . . JAMES BAKER HOLOMAN, Erlanger, Kentucky, Civil Engineering .... KENNETH EUGENE HOLLY, Columbia, Missouri, Aeronautical Engineering .... SCOTT WHITE HOLMAN, JR., Industrial Management .... HARRY LUCAS HORTON, Maxwell, Tennessee, Me- chanical Engineering: Plai Kappa Sigma, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, A.S.M.E .... FRANK VERNON HOSS, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: A.S.M.E. HOLLIS HOLOMAN HOLLY HOLMAN HORTON HOSS 1 76 , ARTHUR ELDEN JOENS President Chi Epsilon, President Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Student Council HOWARD E. S. HOWELL H. H. HOWELL I. W. HOWELL W. B. HOWELL HOWINGTON ,ANDERSON LEE HOWARD, JR., Cochran, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Briaerean Society, 3, 4, S, sec- retary 4, vice president 55 Pi Tau Sigma, 45 Co-Op Club, 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice president 55 Gold "TU Award, 45 Briae- rean Freshman Award, 1 .... EVAN SAMUEL HOWELL, JR., Columbia, South Carolina, Industrial Manage- ment, Alpha Chi Sigma, 4, S, A.I.Ch.E., 3, 4, 55 Company Commander N.R.O.T.C., 45 Baptist Student Union, l, 2, TECHNIQUE, 5 .... HENRY HAMPTON HOWELL, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E., 3, 45 I.R.E., 4 .... JOSEPH WARREN HOWELL, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, Secretary 35 Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, secretary 3, president 4, Tau Beta Pi, 4, secretary 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Ramblin Wreck Club, 3, 4, secretary 45 A.S.M.E., 2, 3, 4, TECHNIQUE, Cheer Leader, Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges .... WILLIAM BURNEY HOWELL, Birmingham, Alabama, Electrical Engineering .... BILLY S. HONVINGTON, Hapeville, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering .... ROYCE A. HOYLE, JR., Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Management: Cfoi Phi, Indus- trial Management Society .... HAROLD H. HUDLOW, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering .... JOHN HOWARD HUDSON, Clarksville, Tennessee, Aeronautical Engineering: I.A.S., 2, TECHNIQUE, 1. . . . RICHARD HALL HUDSON, JR., Paris, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineering: Phi Delta Them, Co-Op Club, 3, 4, S, secretary 4, president 5. HOYLE HUDLOW I. H. HUDSON R, H. HUDSON 77 I5 -e"'Wv 41" Ill gb A f J " -sf' I ., HUGER HUGHES HUGHS HUIE HUMME I. A. HUNT WILLIAM ELLIOTT HUGER, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Chi Phi, Treasurer, President, Yellow Jacket Club, 25 Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Interfraternity Council, 3g A.S.M.E., 3: S.A.M., 4: "B" Football, 1, 2, 35 Track, 35 Wrestling, 4 .... HAROLD EUGENE HUGHES, Winter Haven, Florida, Mechanical En- gineering: Pi Kappa Alpha .... EDWIN FENNEL HUGHS, JR., Gainesville, Georgia, Industrial Manage- ment: Beta Theta Pig Omicron Delta Kappa, 4, secretary 43 Pi Delta Epsilon, 45 Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, vice president 4, Student Council, 3, Honor Roll, 3, 4g Yellow Jacket, 1, 2, 3, Business Manager 35 TECH- NIQUE, 1, 2, 3, Business Manager 35 W'ho's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities .... WILLIAM ELIJAI-I I-IUIE, College Park, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: A.S.M.E., 43 Track, 3, 4. . . . JOHN T. I-IUMME, Hawaii, Mechanical Engineering: Phi Kappa Sigma .... JAMES ASBURY HUNT, Cedar- town, Georgia, Industrial Management .... JOHN IRBY HUNT, Atlanta, Georgia, General Engineering: General Engineering Society, 4 .... HARLO ARTHUR HUNTER, Roseville, California, Aeronautical Engineer- ing: Alpha Tau Omega, Tau Beta Pi, 45 Phi Kappa Phi, 4, Phi Eta Sigma, 1g I.A.S., 3, 4, secretary 4. . . . HOMER AMZI HURD, JR., Bessemer, Alabama, Civil Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Chi Epsilon, 3, 4: A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 4, president 4: ENGINEER, 4 .... GEORGE REX HURT, Anniston, Alabama, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma, Debate Society, Phi Eta Sigma. I. I. HUNT HUNTER HURD HURT 78 HUTCHINS IMERSHEIN I, I. INGRAM S. A. INGRAM JOHN SAYLES -HUTCHINS, Staten Island, New York, Mechanical Engineering: Tloefa Chi, Treasurer 3, President 45 A.S.M.E.g Interfrternity Council .... WILLIAM LEONARD IMERSHEIN, Woodmore, New York, Textile Engineering: Sigma Gamma, Alpha Phi Omega, 2, 3, 4, A.A.T.C.C., 4 .... JOSEPH JAMES INGRAM, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E., 3, 45 I.R.E., 4 .... SAMUEL AVREA IN- GRAM, JR., Talladega, Alabama, Industrial Management: Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... ARMOND BENTLEY JACKSON, E1 Paso, Texas, Electrical Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpina, A.I.E.E., 3, 4, I.R.E., 4 .... JOHN B. JACKSON, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, PloiDe1ta Theta .... MAX JAFFEE, Far Rockaway, New York, Civil Engineering: Alpha Epsilon Pi, Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, 55 A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 4, 5, S.A.M.E., 4, 5. . . . JEROME JAWITZ, Brooklyn, New York, Electrical Engineering: Tau Epsilon Phd, Vice President, Treasurer, I'.R.E., 3, 4, A.I.E.E., 3, 4, Alpha Phi Omega .... WILLIAM EISHBURN JEMISON, Macon, Georgia, Me- chanical Engineering .... DONALD CARTER JENKINS, Centenary, South Carolina, Electrical Engineering: Honor Roll, 25 Baptist Student Union, 3. A. B. IACKSON I. B. JACKSON IAFFEE IAWITZ E IEMISON IENKINS E. E. IENNINGS VJ. L. IENNINGS IOENS D. R. IOHNSON E. C. IOHNSON H. G. IOHNSON EIVLMETTE ECKLES JENNINGS, Marietta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering .... WILLIAM LAMAR JEN- NINGS, Powder Springs, Georgia, Civil Engineering .... ARTHUR ELDEN JOENS, Manilla, Iowa, Civil Engineering: Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, treasurer 3, president 4, Tau Beta Pi, 4, vice president 4, A.S.C.E., 3, 4, vice president 4 .... DOYLE REITZ JOHNSON, Tampa, Florida, Chemical Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer, Phi Eta Sigma, 1, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Chi Sigma, 2, 3, 4, vice president 3, president 4, Pi Delta Epsilon, 4, Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4, Omicron Delta Kappa, 4, Anak, 4, A.I.Ch.E., 3, 4, vice president 4, A.S.M.E., 3, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Phi Eta Sigma Freshman Award, 1, A.I.Ch.E. Junior Award, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4, BLUE PRINT, 1, TECHNIQUE, 3, ENGINEER, 3, 4, editor 4, Track, 2, Rifle Team, 1, Captain Army R.O.T.C., 2 .... EWELL CALVIN JOHNSON, JR., Tampa, Florida, Electrical Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, President 3, Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4, Phi Eta Sigma, 1, 2, 3, 4, president 1, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, president 4, Anak, 3, 4, secretary 4, Ornicron Delta Kappa, 3, 4, vice president 4, Pi Delta Epsilon, 2, 3, 4, president 3, Student Council, 3, 4, treasurer 3, Vice president 4, Interfraternity Council, 2, 3, 4, vice president 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, A.I.E,E., 2, 3, 4, I.R.E., 3, 4, International Relations Club, 2, 3, Eta Kappa Nu Sophomore Award, 2, Phi Kappa Phi, 4, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4, BLUE PRINT, 1, 2, 3, 4, editor 4, Publications Board, 4, ENGINEER, 3, Vice President Sophomore Class, President Junior Class, Student-Faculty Honor Committee, 3, 4, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities .... HAROLD G. JOHNSON, East Point, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering .,.. RICHARD FRANKLIN JOHNSON, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Industrial Engineering: R F JOHNSON C. M. IOHNSTON T. A. JOHNSTON IOLLY 80 A. H. IONES D. H. IONES K. S. IONES R. E. JONES Alpha Tail Omega, Kappa Kappa Psi, 2, 3, 4, vice president 3, president 4, Ramblin Wreck Club, 3, 4, A.S.M.E., 3, 4, Captain Army R.O.T.C., 35 S.A.M., 3, 45 Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, captain 4 .... CHARLES MARCELLUS JOHN- STON, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture: Chi'Psig Architectural Society, 3 .... THOMAS ALLEN JOHN- STON, JR., Macon, Georgia, Industrial Management: Della Tau Delia, YELLOW' JACKET, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager, 2, 3 .... JON BRANDON JOLLY, Taylorsville, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, 2, 3, secretary 35 Band, 1, 2, 3. ALFRED HIX JONES, Indianola, Mississippi, Mechanical Engineering, Theta Chi .... DONALD HALLO- WELL JONES, Ardmore, Pennsylvania, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, A.S.M.E., 4 .... KEN- YON SEBRON JONES, JR., Miami, Florida, Aeronautical Engineering: Sigma Chi .... RICHARD E. JONES, North East, Maryland, Mechanical Engineer: Alpha Tau Omega .... THOMAS LON JONES, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Civil Engineering: A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 4 .... GEORGE W. JORDAN, JR., Savannah, Georgia, Chem- ical Engineering, A.C.S.g A.I.Ch.E.g Phi Eta Sigma .... BERT FRANK KAVY, Brooklyn, New York, Archi- tecture: Alpha Epsilon Pi, Secretary 3, 4, Architectural Society .... JULIAN WYLLY KECK, JR., Coral Gables, Florida, Mechanical Engineering: Kappa Sigma, Secretary 45 A.S.M.E., 3, 4, Alpha Phi Omega, 1, ENGINEER, .3 .... ROBERT SANFORD KELLEY, Lawrenceville, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E., 3, 4 .... JACK JOSEPH KELLY, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineering: A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 4, president 35 TECHNIQUE, 2, 3, Manager Basketball, 3. T. L. IONES JORDAN KAVY KECK KELLEY I. I. KELLY EWELL CALVIN JOHNSON. JR. - A Editor BLUE PRINT, ANAK, Omicron , Dclin Kappa, President Eta Kappa Nu, President Alpha Tau Omega ,. IIII .f T. B. KELLY KELSO KENDLEY KENNEDY TALIAFERRO B. KELLY, JR., Asheville, North Carolina, Chemical Engineering .... ALEXANDER SCOTT KELSO, Laurel, Mississippi, Mechanical Engineering: Kappa Alpha, President 4, Anak, 4, Omicron Delta Kappa, 4, Student Council, 3, 4, Interfraternity Council, 3, 4, treasurer 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 43 Skull and Key, 1, Yellow Jacket Club, 3, 4, Athletic Committee, 4, Honor Roll, 1, TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3, 4, editor 4, YELLOW JACKET, 1, 2, 3, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, 4 .... GEORGE HOWARD KENDLEY, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineering: Delta Tau Delta .... JOHN GROOVER KENNEDY, JR., Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Management: Sigma Chi, Student Council, 3, secre- tary, 35 Basketball, 23 BLUE PRINT, 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 4, Ramblin Wreck Club, 3, 4, president 4, Pi Delta Epsilon, 43 International Relations Club, Senior Manager basketball team, 45 Company Commander N.R.O.T.C., 4 .... JAMES MURCHISON KERN, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management .... CHARLES EUGENE KICKLITER, Sarasota, Florida, Chemical Engineering: Glee Club, 2, Baptist Student Union, 2, 3, 4, A.I.Ch.E., 2, 3 .... CLIFFORD PAUL KINCAID, Springfield, Missouri, Industrial Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 45 A.S.M.E., 3, 43 S.A.M., 4 .... EARL KING, JR., Memphis, Tennessee, Civil Engineering: Sigma Aljlba Epsilon .... ELBERT FRANKLIN KING, JR., Germantown, Tennessee, Industrial Management: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary, 3, President, 45 Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, president 43 Pi Delta Epsilon, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 45 Interfraternity Council, 4, BLUE PRINT, 3, 45 Basketball, 2 .... THOMAS JEFFERSON KING, JR., Elgin, Texas, Aeronautical Engineering: I.A.S., 3, 4. KERN KICKLITER KINCAID J, -- W-Ra G, 410 4 Cs-J: nk ifxl l 82 E. KING E. F. KING T. I. KING KIRKMAN KLINEFELTER KLINKE KOERITZ KOPP KRYSIAK HENRY NEIL KIRKMAN, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: Kappa Alplaa .... GEORGE YOUNG KLINEEELTER, JR., Baltimore, Maryland, Industrial Management: Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, vice president 3, Camera Club, 3, 4, president 4, TECHNIQUE, 4, Football Manager, 3, 4 .... WIL- LIAM BERNARD KLINKE, III, Memphis, Tennessee, Industrial Management: Kappa Alpha, Anak, 4, presi- dent 4, Student Council, 2, 3, 4, president 4, Student-Faculty Honor Committee, 3, 4, Athletic Board, 4, Interfraternity Council, 4, Bulldog Club, 4, President Junior Class, President Senior Class .... ERWIN MAY- NARD KOERITZ, Flushing, New York, Chemical Engineering: Alpha Chi Sigma, 2, 3, 4, A.I.Ch.E., 2, 3, 4, A.C.S., 3 .... EDGAR WILLIAM KOPP, West Palm Beach, Florida, Industrial Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Ramblin Wreck Club, 3, 4, secretary 3, Yellow Jacket Club, 2, Kappa Kaxppa Psi, 3, 4, NAUTILUS, 1, 2, ENGINEER, 4, BLUE PRINT, 4, Cheer Leader, 2, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, 4 .... STANLEY RICHARD KRYSIAK, Bridgeport, Connec- ticut, Industrial Management: Phi Kappa Sigma, Secretary 3, Vice President 3, President 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, Interfraternity Council, 3, 4, NAUTILUS, 3, 4, Rifle Team, 1, 2, 3, 4. . . . GEORGE L. LANE, JR., Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha, A.S.M.E., 4, Co-Op Club, 2, 3 .... RUSSELL WOODROW LARSEN, Montpelier, Idaho, Industrial Management: Band, 3. . . . RICHARD CLINTON LATSON, Cleveland, Ohio, Electrical Engineering: Delta Tau Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Kappa Psi, 2, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, A.I.E.E., 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3, 4, I.R.E. 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3, 4, Honor Roll, 1 .... ALLEN PORDYCE LATTA, St. Louis, Missouri, Aeronautical Engineering. LANE LARSON LATSON LATTA 'Q 1 i 83 LAWLER LEACH LEDPORD D. E. LEE C. B. LAWLER, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Kappa Alpha .... ALBERT K. LEACH, Braden- ton, Florida, Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsi'o1z .... GERALD EDWARD LEDFORD, Daytona Beach, Florida, Mechanical Engineering: A.S.M.E .... DONALD E. LEE, Doctors Inlet, Florida, Electrical Engineering .... W. WRIGHT LEE, Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Management .... FRANK WILHITE LEITNER, Aiken, South Carolina, Electrical Engineering: Phi Delia Tlaafa .... JOSHUA EDDIE LERNER, Hartsville, South Carolina, Chemical Engineering: Phi Epsilon Pig Skull and Key, 25 Foil and Mask, 2, 3, secre- , tary 3, treasurer 35 Fencing Team, 3 .... GERALD BERNARD LEVINE, Brooklyn, New York, Aeronautical Engineering: Camera Club, 1, 2, 3, Vice president 2, 35 American Veterans Committee, 3, 4, secretary 4, I.A.S., 3, 4, TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 33 BLUE PRINT, 1, 2, 3 .... EDWIN DAVID LEWIS, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Industrial Management. . . . ORIN EDWARD LIKENS, Huntington, West Virginia, Civil Engineering: Kappa Sigma, Secretary 3, Interfraternity Council, 2, 3, 4, se:retary 4, Bulldog Club, 4g A.S.C.E., 45 S.A.M.E., 43 ENGINEER, 4. W. W. LEE LEITNER LERNER LEVINE LEWIS LIKENS DOYLE REITZ JOHNSON ANAK, Omicron Delta Kappa, Editor ENGINEER, President Alpha Chi Sigma, Tau Beta Pi 843 ' S LIMBACH LINDSAY LITTLE LOCKWOOD LOGAN LOMAN JOHN N. LIMBACH, JR., Decatur, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: Theta Chi .... LEROYDEWEY LIND- SAY, Springfield Illinois, Chemical Engineering: A.I.Ch.E .... BARNEY HUGH LITTLE, JR., Atlanta, Geor- gia, Aeronautical Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha, I.A.S., 1 .... WILLIAM LEONARD LOCKWOOD, Harnpton, Virginia, Civil Engineering: Sigma Chi, Bulldog Club, 4g Cheerleader, 45 TECHNIQUE, lg Basketball Man- ager, 4, International Relations Club, 4, A.S.C.E., 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 4 .... MALCOLM JOHN LOGAN, Savannah, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Alpha Ejusilon .... ROY HUSTED LOMAN, Ronan, Montana, Aeronautical Engineering: Sigma Phi Ejlsilovi, Treasurer 3, President 45 Interfraternity Council, 3, 4, treasurer 4 .... MAURICE WAYNE LONG, Jacksonville, Florida, Electrical Engineering: Sigma Nu, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, Vice President 43 Radio Club, 45 A.I.E.E., 3g I.R.E., 4, YMCA Cabinet, 2, 3. . . . EUGENE STONE LOVE, Atlanta, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering: I.A.S., 4g "T" Club, 2, Lieutenants Club, 2, ENGINEER, 2, Rifle Team, 1, 2, National Individual Hearst Rifle Champion, 2 .... ROBERT DOUGLAS LOWRY, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management .... JAMES KARL-LUCK, JR., Americus, Georgia, Industrial Management: Bulldog Club, 3, 4, "T" Club, 2, 3, 4, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1. LONG LOVE LOWRY LUCK . I, I K " Q' ' 85 LUN SFORD LURIE MAAS MQCLEMORE Mc1cLIN MALONE GEORGE E. LUNSFORD, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management .... ROBERT LURIE, Long Beach, New York, Chemical Engineering: Bda Theta Pi, A.I.Ch.E.g TECHNIQUE, 2, ENGINEER, 1 .... JOSEPH 1M.MAAS, Tampa, Florida, Industrial Management: Phi Epsilon Pi, Vice President 3, President 4, Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, secretary 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Interfraternity Council, 2, 3, treasurer 45 Kappa Kappa Psi, 2, 35 TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, YELLOW JACKET, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, A.I.Ch.E., 2 .... DANIEL NES- BITT MACLEMORE, Grifiin, Georgia, Civil Engineering: A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 4 .... JOHN CLARE MACLIN, Shreveport, Louisiana, Civil Engineering: Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, 55 A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 4, 5, Civil Crew, 3, 4, 5. . . . ROGERS WOODS MALONE, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: Kappa Alpha, A.I.Ch.E., 1, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3, 4, Student Council, 3, "B" Football, 1 .... SAMUEL NV. MANGHAM, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Chi Phi .... FRANK WRIGHT MANLY, Dalton, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha .... -ROBERT STRICKLAND MANN, JR., Newnan, Georgia, Industrial Management: Kappa Alpha, Industrial Management Society, Honor Roll, 35 Golf, 4 .... XVILLIAM C. MANN, Marianna, Arkansas, Aeronautical Engineering: Sigma Chi. MANGHAM MANLY R. S. MANN W. C. MANN 86 MANNING MADIG AN MARK WALTER MARMELSTEIN JOHN VERNON MANNING, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu. . . . JOSEPH E, MADIGAN, Decatur, Georgia, Industrial Engineering .... JOHN LAURENCE MARKWAL- TER, JR., Marietta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Delia Sigma Phi .... CHARLES A. MARMELSTEIN, JR., Decatur, Georgia, Civil Engineering: Phi Kappa Sigma, Secretary 4, Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 45 S.A.M.E., 3 .... HUGH MILLS MARSHALL, Industrial Management .... EUGENE E. MARTIN, JR. Peoria, Illinois, Aeronautical Engineering .... FREEMAN EDGAR MARTIN, Jacksonville, Florida, Electrical Engineering: Sigma Chi .... JOHN LAURIN MARTIN, Fort Worth, Texas, Electrical Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha, President 3, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 45 Alpha Phi Omega, 45 A.I.E.E., 3, 45 I.R.E., 4, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 45 Rifle Team, 2, 3, Captain 25 Cadet Lt. Colonel Army R.O.T.C .... WILLIAM LAWRENCE MAR- TINELL, Savanna, Illinois, Industrial Management: Newman Club, 2, 3, 4, secretary 2, president 3, Religious Council, 3, 4, secretary 3, Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, Student Council, 4 .... GEORGE WILLIAM MATHEXVS, JR., Columbus, Georgia, Industrial Management: Pfoi Delta Tbeta, President 35 Anak, 3, 4, vice president 35 .Bulldog Club, 2, 3, Student Council, 2, "TU Club, 2, 3, treasurer 35 TECHNIQUE, 2, BLUE PRINT, 2, 35 YELLOW' IACKET, 35 Football, 1, 2, 3, Alternate Captain 3, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Secretary and Treasurer Freshman Class. MARSHALL E. E. MARTIN P. E. MARTIN 1 L MARTIN MARTINELL MATHEWS R S, 1, 87 MATRANGOS MAULDIN MAURER MAXWELL MAYES MAZELSKY JAMES SPIRO MATRANGOS, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management .... HUGH DUBOSE MAULDIN, Selma, Alabama, Mechanical Engineering: Theta Cla, Alpha Phi Omega, lg A.S.M.E., 45 Wrestling, 4. . . . ROBERT HERMAN MAURER, Pharr, Texas, Chemical Engineering: A.I.Ch.E.g Glee Club, Baptist Student Union .... ROBERT KING MAXWELL, Birmingham, Alabama, Chemical Engineering: Theta Chi: Alpha Chi Sigma, 1, Alpha Phi Omega, 3, secretary 3 .... JOSEPH EDMOND MAYES, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering .... BERNARD MAZELSKY, Freeport, New York, Aeronautical Engineering: Alpha Epsilon Pi, I.A.S., 4 .... JAMES H. MCAULEY, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Eta Kappa Nu: "Tv Club, A.I.E.E.g I.R.E.g Swimming, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain3 .... ELLIS EDWARD MCBRIDE, Sylvester, Geor- gia, Aeronautical Engineering: Delta Tau Delta, I.A.S .... WILLIAM M. MCCABE, JR., Nashville, Tennessee, Aeronautical Engineering: Beta Theta Pig Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3, 4g I.A.S., 2, 3, 45 secretary 3, 4, Interfraternity Council, 2, 3: Football, 2, 3 .... EDWARDS L. MCCRORY, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering: Sigma Chi. MCAULEY MCBRIDE MCCABE MCCRORY 88 ' MCHUGH A. P. MCINTOSH I. C. MCINTOSI-I MCKAMY WILLIAM PATRICK MCHUGH, Marietta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Alpha Tau Omega, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4 .... ALEXANDER PRESTON MCINTOSH, Tallahassee, Florida, Architecture: Architectural So- ciety, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3 .... JOHN CHARLES MCINTOSH, New Cumberland, West Virginia, Chemical Engineering: Anak, 45 Alpha Chi Sigma, 3, 4, vice president 35 A.I.Ch.E., 2, 3, 45 TECHNIQUE, 35 NAUTI- LUS, 3, 45 Football, 2, 3, 4, Alternate Captain 3. . E. . THOMAS KNOX MCKAMY, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Industrial Management: Pi Kappa Alpha .... CHARLES A. MCLAUGHLIN, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, In- dustrial Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega .... HOWARD MILLER MCWHORTER, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechan- ical Engineering: Pi Kappa Phi, President 3, Skull and Key, 2, A.S.M.E., 3, 45 Yellow Jacket Club, 25 TECH- NIQUE, 11, Z .... FRANCIS JACKSON MEADOW, Danielsville, Georgia, Civil Engineering: Tau Beta Pi, 4, 55 Phi Kappa Phi, 55 Chi Epsilon, 4, S, Briaerean Society, 3, 4, S5 Co-Op Club, 2, 3, 4, 55 A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 4, S5 Civil Crew, 3, 4, S ...., IOI-IN H. MEEK, Atlanta Georgia, Industrial Management .... WILLIAM MERG- NER, Keansburg, New Jersey, Civil Engineering: A.S.C.E., 3, 4 .... XVARREN GEORGE MERRITT, Greens- boro, Georgia, Electrical Engineering. MCLAUGHLIN MCWHORTER MEADO W MEEK MERGNER MERRITT XX 89 JOHN GROOVER KENNEDY, jk. President Ramblin XVruck Club, Student I1l.Uli PRINT MERSHON MILAM I. S. MILLER N. R. MILLER 11 FRANK EAVES MERSI-ION, Nashville, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Cloi .... CHARLES HER- BERT MILAM, Atlanta, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering .... JAMES S. MILLER, Xenia, Ohio, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, A.S.M.E., 3, 4, secretary 4 .... NORMAN RICHARD MILLER, Baltimore, Maryland, Industrial Engineering: Plai Epsilon Pi, President, I.A.S., 3, S.A.M., 4, TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3, 4, ENGINEER, 2, 3, Managing Editor, 4, Cross Country, 1 .... NILES VICTOR MILLSAP, St. Petersburg, Flor- ida, Industrial Management: Beta Theta Pi, Vice President 3, President 4, Anak, 4, Omicron Delta Kappa, 3, 4, treasurer 4, Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4, president 4, Student Council, 1, 2, 4, "TH Club, 3, 4, Interfraternity Council, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Phi Eta Sigma, 1, TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 3, Editor 4, BLUE PRINT, 2, 3, Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4, Publications Board, 4, Chairman 4, Athletic Board, 4, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities .... ROBERT M. MITCHELL, JR., St. Petersburg, Florida, Industrial Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... WILLIAM ROBERT NIXON, JR., Hartselle, Alabama, Electrical Engineering: YMCA Cabinet, 2, 3, 4, Religious Council, 3, 4, A.I.E.E., 3, 4, International Relations Club, 4 .... DADE WILLIAM MOELLER, Malabar, Florida, Civil Engineering .... ALFRED A. MOGIL- NICKI, Brooklyn, New York, Civil Engineering: Tlaeia Clai .... CARL GORDON MOORE, West Newton, Pennsylvania, Chemical Engineering. MILLSAP MITCHELL MIXON MOELLER MOGILNICKI C. G. MOORE C. B. MOORE, IR. C. B. MOORE H. R. MOORE R. S. MOORE W. M. MOORE W. T. MOORE CHARLES BACHMAN MOORE, JR., Alcoa, Tennessee, Chemical Engineering .... CHARLES BINFORD MOORE, Amory, IVLississippi, Chemical Engineering: Briaerean Society, 3, 4, president 45 Tau Beta Pi, 3, 45 Co-Op Club, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 35 A.I.Ch.E., 2, 3, 45 Gold "T" Award, 3, A.I.Ch,E. Award, 35 NAUTILUS, 4. . . . HOWARD R. MOORE, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering .... ROBERT SYDNEY MOORE, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Chemical Engineering: A.I.Ch.E., 4, ENGINEER, 4 .... WARREN M. MOORE, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management .... WARREN T. MOORE, Augusta, Georgia, Civil Engi- neering: Sigma Pla! Epsilon .... CHARLES EDWARD MORRIS, Collingswood, New Jersey, Electrical Engi- neering: Kappa Kappa Psi, 2, 3, 4, vice president 3, president 45 Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary 2, vice president 3, president 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 A.I.E.E., 3, 45 I.R.E., 3, 45 Boxing, 3, 4 .... ROY CLAY MORRISON, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering .... KENNETH P. MOSELEY, McDonough, Georgia, Chemical Engineering .... JACK MOSES, Vidalia, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 45 A.S.M.E., 3, 4. MORRIS MORRISON MOSELEY MOSES 91 MUERTH MUNNICH . MURPHY MURRANS ALBERT MARTIN MUERTH, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Industrial Management: Skull and Key, "T" Club: Football, 1, 2 .... MARTIN NVILLIAM MUNNICH, Mechanical Engineering .... FRANCIS C. MURPHY, St. Petersburg, Florida, Chemical Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha .... LEONARD JOSEPH MURRANS, Glendale, Long Island, New York, Electrical Engineering: Kappa Sigma, President, A.I.E.E., 3, 45 I.R.E., 45 ENGINEER, 3, 45 Secretary Sophomore Class .... WILLIAM FRANKLIN MURRAY, Birmingham, Alabama, Mechanical H Engineering: A.S.M.E., 4 .... GEORGE JULIAN MYERS, Wfashington, D. C., Electrical Engineering: Sigma Phi Epsilon, A.I.E.E.g Newman Club, Rifle Team, 4g YMCA Cabinet, 3 .... PAUL L. NELSON, JR., Spring Valley, Ohio, Mechanical Engineering: Delta Tau Delia .... DUNCAN UPSHAXV NESBITT, Cordele, Georgia, Textile Engineering .... JOSH T. NESSMITI-I, Statlesboro, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E., 4g I.R.E., 4 .... FEASTER I-I. NEWTON, Columbia, South Carolina, General Engineering: Chi Psi, Vice President 35 Wrestling, 3. MURRAY MYERS NELSON NESBITT NESSMITH F. H. NEWTON 92 GEORGE WILLIAM MATI-IEWS, JR. ANAK, Alternate Captain Football Team, Student Council, President Phi Delta Theta W. E. NEWTON OLDEN 0'NE1LL ORMSBY OVERSTREET OWEN WILLIAM EDWARD NEWTON, Griffin, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, Tau Beta Pi, 4, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, secretary 4, Kappa Kappa Psi, 2, 3, 4, I.R.E., 1, 2, 3, 4, president 4, A.I.E.E., 2, 3, 4, secre- tary 3, 45 Radio Club, 3, 45 Religious Council, 3, 4, vice president 3, president 4, YMCA "Cabinet", 2, 3, 43 Honor Roll, 3, 45 ENGINEER, 3, 45 BLUE PRINT, 3,45 Cross Country, 3, 45 Track, 2, 3, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. . . . JOHN HENRY OLDEN, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Chi Phi, S.A.M .... GEORGE W. I O'NEILL, Sanderson, Texas, Civil Engineering: A.S.C.E., 3 .... WILLIAM J. ORMSBY, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Theta Chi .... JOHN FRANKLIN OVERSTREET, JR., Savannah, Georgia, Mechani- cal Engineering: S.A.M., 45 president 45 A.S.M.E., 4: Yellow Jacket Club, 2, 3, Flying Club, 4 .... JAMES HAR- OLD OWEN, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: A.S.M.E.g "B" Football, 1, 2, Boxing, 4 .... THOMAS H. PAINE, Atlanta, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering. . . . WILLIAM HOWARD PALMER, San Bernardino, California, Aeronautical Engineering: Kappa Kappa Psi, I.A.S.g Band, 1, 2, 3, 4 .... ELTON LEVERETTE PARKER, Donalsonville, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Phi Kappa Sigma, Vice President 3, 4, I.R.E., 3, 45 A.I.E.E., 3, 4, Interfraternity Council, 3, 4, Ho-nor Roll, 2, 3, Tau Beta Pi, 4 .... CHARLES H. PARKS, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha. PAINE PALMER PARKER c. H. PARKS new 'l"" 93 S T. A. PARKS PASCHAL PAULIN PAXSON PAYSON PEAK THOMAS ALVIN PARKS, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management .... LLOYD ETI-IERIDGE PASCHAL, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering .... BASIL GEORGE PAULIN,Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering .... WESLEY CROSS PAXSON, Jacksonville, Florida, Electrical Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Basketball, 1, 2, 3 .... WILLIAM EMANUEL PAYSON, Brooklyn, New York, Tex- tile Engineering: Tau Epsilon Phi, A.A.T.C.C., 3, 4, secretary 3, 4, International Relations Club, 25 Interfraternity Council, 3, 4, BLUE PRINT, 1, 2, 3, 4g Cheerleader, 1, 2, 3, 4 .... T. ELLIS PEAK, JR., Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Chemical Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega: A.I.Cb.E .... JAMES DONALDSON PEARCE, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Alpha Tau Omega .... LARRY E. PEDRICK, JR., Waycross, Geor- gia, Industrial Engineering: Sigma Chi, Vice President 3, Football Manager, 2, 3 .... FRED BEASLEY PEERY, I-Iobenwald, Tennessee, Industrial Management: Sigma Nu, Vice President 2, President 33 Industrial Manage- ment Societyg A.S.C.E .... ADOLPI-I GUSTAV PEETZ, Bronx, New York, Industrial Management: Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer. PEARCE PEDRICK PEERY PEETZ 94 PENDLETON PERLIS PHILLIPS PHILIPS CHARLES ROBERTS PENDLETON, Macon, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, I.A.S., 3, 4, treasurer 4 .... LOUIS DANIEL PERLIS, Cordele, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Phi Epsilon Pi, Treasurer 23 Skull and Key, 2, I.A.S., 35 S.A.M., 45 TECHNIQUE, 1, Band, 1, 2 .... EMORY B. PHIL- LIPS, JR., Stillwater, Oklahoma, Electrical Engineering: Beta Thefa Pi .... I-IERMAN GARLAND PHILIPS, JR., Norfolk, Virginia, Chemical Engineering: Sigma Nu, Secretary 1, Vice President 2, Alpha Chi Sigma, 1, 2, 3, vice president 2, Bulldog Club, 1, 2, 3, treasurer 25 A.I.Ch.E.g Interfraternity Council, TECHNIQUE. . . . HENRY PIKE, Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: A.A.T.C.C., 3, 45 American Veterans Com- mittee, 3, 4 .... CHARLES J. PILCH, olyphanf, Pennsylvania, Civil Engineering .... JOSEPH SAMUEL PITCHFORD, JR., Portsmouth, Virginia, Industrial Management: Beta Theta Pi .... FRANK ANTONIO PIVIDAL, Havana, Cuba, Mechanical Engineering. . . . JOHN DELVIN PLAXCO, Louisville, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering: Kappa Alpha, Eta Kappa Nu, A.I.E.E .... NELSON C. POE, Greenville, South Carolina, Mechanical Engineering: Kappa Alpha. PIKE PILCH PITCHFORD mvmai Ptaxco POE 95 S I NILES VICTOR MILLSAP ANAK, Omicron Delta Kappa, Editor TECHNIQUE, Student Council, Pres- ident Beta Theta Pi POLLMAN POMPAN PRESMANES PRICE L. M. PRYOB. S. G. PRYOR RALPH CALVIN POLLMAN, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Mechanical Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 43 A.S.M.E., 4 .... JACK M. POMPAN, Far Rockaway, New York, Industrial Management: NAUTILUS, 3 .... TIRSO WALDO PRESMANES, Havana, Cuba, Electrical Engineering: I.R.E.g A.I.E.E. . . . RUFUS G. PRICE, Louisville, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Kappa Alpha .... LUTHER MCBRIDE PRYOR, Douglas, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, Co-Op Club, 3, 4 .... SHEPHERD GREEN PRYOR, III, Fitzgerald, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering: Pi Kappa Phi .... ROBERT FORREST RABUN, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture: Architectural Society, 2, 3, 4, secretary 4, YELLOW IACKET, 2, 3, 4 .... ROBERT DAVID RAI-IM, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management .... GEORGE XVALKER RAIKE, Logan, West Virginia, Electrical Engineering: Delta Tau Delta, President .... ALBERT GERALD RAINEY, San Antonio, Texas, Aeronautical Engineering. RABUN RAHM RAIKE RAINEY '96 RAMAGE RAMOS RASCO RASKIN WILLIAM WALTER RAMAGE, Tampa, Florida, Electrical Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma, 1, Briaerean Society, 35 Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, Tau Beta Pi, 3, 45 A.I.E.E., 2 .... LAMAR A. RAMOS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana, Aeronautical Engineering: I.A.S., 3, 4, president 4 .... MANUEL ANTONIO RASCO, Mechanical Engineer- ing .... SEYMOUR I-IERMAN RASKIN, Industrial Engineering: Phi Epsilon Pi .... JAMES CLYDE RAY, Wetumpka, Alabama, Electrical Engineering .... EXVELL HENRY REED, Albertville, Alabama, Industrial Management: Phi Gamma Delta, Football, 25 Band, 1, 2 .... JAMES BARBER REID, Johnston, South Carolina, Chemical Engineering: Pi Kappa Phi .... EDWIN REESE RENCFIER, JR., Mobile, Alabama, Mechanical En- gineering: Phi Delta Theta, A.S.M.E.g Swimming, 3, 4 .... PAUL ARCHER RHUDY, Fries, Virginia, Indus- trial Engineering: S.A.M .... ROGELIO SERGIO RIBAS, Chemical Engineering. RAY REED REID RENCHER RHUDY RIBAS I ' ... un Si.. a. . it .: ulpll c '-A- arf" . , .f- 'A! as I RICHARDS RICHARDSON RITCH L. H. ROBERTS JOHN FRANCIS RICHARDS, Ocean Springs, Mississippi, Chemical Engineering: Briaerean Society, 4, 55 Alpha Chi Sigma, 4, 5, Phi Eta Sigma, 1, A.I.Ch.E., Honor Roll, 1, 4, 5, Rifle Team, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 .... JOSEPH L. RICHARDSON, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Chi Phi, Treasurer 3, Track, 3, 45 Battalion Commander N.R.O.T.C., 4 .... ERNEST RAY RITCI-I, JR., Wfhite Hall, Alabama, Industrial Management: Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, Flying Club, 3, 4 .... LAMAR HUDSON ROBERTS, Canton, Georgia, Architecture .... OSCAR LELAND ROBERTS, Tampa, Florida, Mechanical Engineering: Co-Op Club, 3, 4, Rifle Team, 1, 2, 3 .... STANLEY SHEPARD ROBERTS, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Pi Kappa Phi .... GORDON HILL ROBERTSON, JR., Cleveland, Ohio, Mechanical Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, A.S.M.E .... JAMES N. ROBINSON, Charleston, South Carolina, Architecture: Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Tau Sigma, Architectural Society, I.R.E.g TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3, 4, YELLOW JACKET, 45 BLUE PRINT, 4 .... ORRIN W. ROBINSON, JR., Honolulu, Hawaii, Electrical Engineering: Phi Kappa Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, Co-Op Club, A.I.E.E .... WILLIAM COLEMAN ROBINSON, Eastman, Georgia, Civil Engineering. O. L, ROBERTS S. S. ROBERTS ROBERTSON I. N. ROBINSON O. W. ROBINSON W. C. ROBINSON Rm -nn ill 9 gk sql D fa ' 98 S a RODENBURG RODGERS ROLFE I I I I ROLFING ROSENZ WEIG BOSS JOHN CORDES RODENBURG, Maywood, New Jersey, Industrial Management: Delia Sigma Phi, President 2, 35 Interfraternity Council, 2, 3, YELLOW fACKET,2, 3 .... WILLIAM MILLER RODGERS, Savannah, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Tau Beta Pi, 4, 55 Pi Tau Sigma, 4, S, Alpha Phi Omega, 4, 55 A.S.M.E., 4, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 45 Pi Tau Sigma Junior Award: Gold "T" Award, 3 .... RIAL EDWARD ROLFE, JR., St. Louis, Missouri, Aeronautical Engineering: I.A.S.g Swimming, 3, 4, Captain 4 ..... J OHN ALEXANDER ROLE- ING, JR., Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E., 2 .... SAUL L. ROSENZWEIG, Columbus, Mississippi, Industrial Management: Ploi Epsilon Pi .... RAYMOND WILLIAM ROSS, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineering: S.A.M .... BENNO G. ROTHSCHILD, Columbus, Georgia, Textile Engineering: Phi Epsilon Pi .... CHESTER ADAM ROUSI-I, JR., Point Pleasant, West Virginia, Chemical Engineering: Delta Tau Delia, Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4, Briaerean Society, 3, 45 Alpha Chi Sigma, 3, 45 Pi Delta Epsilon, 45 Chi Beta Phi, 2, Delta Rho Delta Theta, 2, Co-Op Club, 3, 4, Debate Society, 2, 3, 4, A.I.Ch.E., 3, 45 Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, NAUTILUS, 3, Editor 3, BLUE PRINT, 2, 35 ENGINEER, 2, 35 YELLOW JACKET, 2, 3: TECHNIQUE, 25 Who,s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, 45 Interfraternity Council, 3, 4 .... JAMES THOMAS ROWAN, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E.g Baptist Student Union. . . JOHN FORNEY ROWAN, Jacksonville, Alabama, Chemical Engineering. ROTHSCHILD ROUSH I. T. ROWAN I. F. ROWAN 99 RUBACK RUCKER RUSSELL SAHLBERG NORMAN RUBACK, Omaha, Nebraska, Electrical Engineering: Alpha Epsilon Pig Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Gamma, 3, 4, secretary 3, president 4 .... EGBERT D. RUCKER, Dyersburg, Tennessee, Electrical Engineer- ing: Delia Tau Delia, Phi Eta Sigma, 1, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, 5, Briaerean Society, 2, 3, 4, S, Tau Beta Pi, 4, 5, A.I.E.E., 3, 4, 5, Debate Society, 1, 2, 3, Co-Op Club, 2, 3, 4, 5, Honor Roll, 1, BLUE PRINT, 2, 3. . . . JAMES ALLEN RUSSELL, JR., Texarkana, Texas, Chemical Engineering: Phi Gamma Delta, Secretary, A.I.Ch.E .... JOHN JAMES SAHLBERG, Orlando, Florida, Electrical Engineering: Baptist Student Union, vice president, A.I.E.E .... CHARLES WALLACE SAMFORD, Jacksonville, Florida, Civil Engineering: A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 4 .... JOSEPH ELLIOT SANDERS, Miami Beach, Florida, Electrical Engineering: Tau Epsilon Pi, LRE, 2, A.I.E.E., 2, TECHNIQUE, 3, ENGINEER, 1 .... MAYNARD J. SANDERS, Mobile, Alabama, Industrial Management: Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... FAY GRAY SANFORD, Aeronautical Engineering. . . . SAMUEL PAUL SAVASO, Alexandria, Louisiana, Industrial Engineering: S.A.M., 4 .... DAVID OWEN SAVINI, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture. ' SAMUEL LEOPOLD SCHLOSS, JR., Montgomery, Alabama, Industrial Engineering: Phi Epsilon Pi, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, Kappa Kappa Psi, 3, 4, Yellow Jacket Club, 1, I.A.S., 3, S.A.M., 4, BLUE PRINT, 1, Band 2, 3, 4 .... WILLIAM A. SCHMID, Jackson, Nlississippi, Aeronautical Engineering: Sigma Phi Epsilon. . . . SAMFORD I. E. SANDERS M. I. SANDERS SANFORD SAVASO SAVINI CHARLES ROBERT SCHNEIDER ANAK, President A.S.M.E., President L, , , Ramblin Wreck Club, Temporary Pres- ident Student Council SCHLOSS SCHMID SCHNEIDER SCHBOEDER SELLERS SE N TEH CHARLES ROBERT SCHNEIDER, Americus, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Kappa Alpha, Anak, 4, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, vice president 4, Ramblin Wreck Club, 3, 4, secretary 3, president 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, vice H president 4, Student Council, 4, temporary president 4, Student-Faculty Honor Committee, 4, Student-Faculty Lecture and Concert Committee, 4, A.S.M.E., 3, 4, secretary 3, president 4, Veteranis Association, 3, treasurer 3, International Relations Club, 4, Honor Roll, 3, 4, TECHNIQUE, 3, ENGINEER, 4, Athletic Board, 4, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, 4 .... ARTHUR JOHN SCHROEDER, Lawrenceville, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, Kappa Kappa Psi, 4, A.S.M.E., 3, 4, Inter- national Relations Club, 4, Band, 2, 3, 4 .... JAMES EARL SELLERS, Chipley, Florida, Electrical Engineering: Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, treasurer 4, Kappa Kappa Psi, 3, 4, A.I.E.E., 3, 4 Band, 2, 3, TECHNIQUE, 3, Student- Faculty Concert and Lecture Committee, 3, 4 .... ARNOLD SENTER, New York, New York, Industrial Management: Tau Epsilon Pbi, Vice President 45 Swimming, 1, 2, Wrestling, 4, Interfraternity Council, 3. . . . DANIEL EVANS SEWELL, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineering .... ERNEST DOBNEY SHACKEL- FORD, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering: Phi Kappa Sigma .... THOMAS ALBERT SHANKS, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega .... PAUL ROSS SHAWVER, Huntington, iWest Virginia, Electrical Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha. SEWELL SHACKELFORD . SHANKS SI-IAWVER Q ..,,......,..iA..J,.. . L- L.- , 101 SI-IEETZ SHELTON SHEPPARD SIMMONS SIZEMORE SKINNER SILAS OWEN SI-IEETZ, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4: Co-Op Club, 2, 3, 4, A.S.M.E., 3, 4, secretary 4 .... ROBERT DUKE SHELTON, Columbia, Tennessee, Chemical Engineering .... HORACE E. SI-IEPPARD, Sandersville, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, President 4 .... GLENN BALLARD SIMMONS, JR., Gainesville, Florida, Electrical Engineering: Theft: Chi, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, vice president 3, 4, Alpha Phi Omega, 1, 2, 3, 45 A.I.E.E., 2, 3, 45 Baptist Student Union, 4. . . . JAMES D. SIZEMORE, Water Valley, Mississippi, Aeronautical Engineering: Sigma Phi Epsilon. . . . W LAWRENCE ALBERT SKINNER, III, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: A.I.Ch.E., 3, 4 .... WIL- LIAM CANDLER SLAUGI-ITER, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E., 2, 3, Rifle Team, 3. . . . MILLARD THOMAS SMALL, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Newman Club .... ROBERT HOLLINGSI-IEAD SMALL, Jacksonville, Florida, Industrial Engineering: Theta Obi, Secretary 35 Skull and Key, 25 Yellow Jacket Club, 2, 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 45 Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baptist Student Union, 4: S.A.M.g Band, 1, 2, 3, 4 .... EDWIN HOUSTON SMITH, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma, lg Eta Kappa Nu, 3: A.I.E.E., 2. SLAUGHTER W. T. SMALL R. H. SMALL E. H. SMITH 102 F. W. SMITH L. K. SMITH I R. N. SMITH Fi. T. SMITH FRANK WILSON SMITH, Elberton, Georgia, Electrical Engineering .... LEWIS KOSSIE SMITH, Electrical Engineering .... RICHARD NEWTON SMITH, JR., Rome, Georgia, Electrical Engineering .... ROBERT TATUM SMITH, Industrial Management .... WILLIAM SMITH, JR., Pearson, Georgia, Physics: Baptist Stu- dent Union, 1, 2, 3, 4, vice president 2, president 35 Religious Council, 3.1 . .WILLIAM COITE SOMERS, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineering .... RAYMOND WESLEY SPARKS, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... ROBERT E. SPENCER, Palatka, Florida, Mechanical Engineering: A.S.M.E., 4, Alpha Phi Omega, 2, 3, 4 .... WILLIAM S. SPOTSWOOD, Mobile, Alabama, Mechanical Engineer- ing .... SEYMOUR EUGENE STAHLER, Scranton, Pennsylvania, Industrial Management: Tau Epsilon Phi, President 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 35 International Relations Club, 2, American Veterans Committee, 4, Honor Roll, 3, 4, Baseball, 2, Industrial Management Society, Debate Society, 1, 2. W. SMITH SOMERS SPARKS SPENCER SPOTS WOOD STAHLER S .4 103 NOEL CARSON TURNER President Student Council, Interfraternity Council, Bulldog Club i STALL STAN TON STEELE STELZENMULLER STEPHENS E. IVI. STEPI-IENSON 1 EARLE R. STALL, JR., Greenville, South Carolina, Textile Engineering: Beta Theta Pi .... HOWARD FRAN- CIS STANTON, Fort Pierce, Florida, Aeronautical Engineering: I.A.S., 3, 4 .... WILLIAM I. STEELE, States- ville, North Carolina, Chemical Engineering .... BERNARD E. STELZENMULLER, Birmingham, Alabama, Mechanical Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, Tau Beta Pi, 4, ENGINEER, 3, 4 .... ROBERT HOWARD STEPHENS, Beaufort, North Carolina, Architecture: Sigma Phi Epsilon, President 4, Interfraternity Council, 3, 4, Architectural Society, 3, 4, TECHNIQUE, 1, BLUE PRINT, 3, 4 .... EDWIN M. STEPHENSON, Mt. Vernon, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering .... WILLIAM WISSON STEPHENSON, Westfield, New Jersey, Industrial Management: Pi Kappa Alpha, Flying Club, Camera Club .... JAMES EDWARD STITT, Marietta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering .... EARL WIMBERLY STRADTMAN, Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Manage- ment: Sigfmrz Alpha Epsilon .... ROBERT H. STREET, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Architecture: Beta Theta Pi. W. W. STEPHENSON STITT STRADTMAN STREET 104 STRINGFELLOIJV SULLINS SUMMEROUR SUMMERS WILLIAM ALEXANDER STRINGFELLOW, Gainesville, Florida, Industrial Management: Phi Delia Theta, Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, secretary 4, Industrial Management Society, 4, president 4, Debate Society, 3, 4, vice president 3, president 4, BLUE PRINT, 3 .... HUBERT WALKER SULLINS, Grifhn, Georgia, Industrial Management: Kappa Alpha .... JAMES WILLIAM SUMMEROUR, JR., Monroe, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, Secretary, Z, 3, 45 Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, Student Council, 3, A.I.Ch.E., 3, A.I.E.E., 4, S.A.M., 4, Inter- fraternity Council, 2, 3, BLUE PRINT, 2, 3, Editor 3, TECHNIQUE, 1, 2, 3, Publications Board, 3 .... CARL SUMMERS, JR., Opelika, Alabama, Mechanical Engineering .... JACK WOLFORD SUMMITT, Monticello, Florida, Electrical Engineering: Phi Delta Theta, Secretary 3, Foil and Mask, 35 A.I.E.E., Yellow Jacket Club, Bulldog Club, TECHNIQUE, lg NAUTILUS, 25 Fencing, I .... GERARD SWARTI-IOUT, Atlanta, Geor- gia, Civil Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 4, 5 g Cheerleader, 4 .... JAMES GORDON SWIFT, Macon, Georgia, Civil Engineering .... ROBERT FRANKLIN SIWINNIE, Andrews, South Carolina, Aero- nautical Engineering: Thezfa Chi, President 3, 4, Debate Society, 1, Camera Club, 3, 4, Flying Club, 3, 43 I.A.S., 2, 3, 45 Interfraternity Council, 3, 4 .... ROBERT ELSWORTI-I TALIAFERRO, JR., Germantown, Tennes- see, Industrial Management: Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... TAZEWELL T. TALLEY, JR., Apponaug, Rhode Island, Mechanical Engineering: Chi Phi. SWINNIE TALIAFERRO TALLEY SUMMITT SWARTHOUT SWIFT 15:19 -Sv 1,4 R233 K 'TARPLEY TATUM B. I. TAYLOR I. L. M. TAYLOR THOMAS MADISON TARPLEY, JR., Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineering .... ROBLEY HEN- SON TATUM, Greenfield, Tennessee, Industrial Management .... BAYARD JOSEPH TAYLOR, Richardson Park, Delaware, Electrical Engineering: Alpha Phi Omega, 2, 3, 4, A.I.E.E., 2, 3, 4, Co-Op club, 3 .... JOHN LEE MARTIN TAYLOR, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Industrial Management Society, 4. . . . ROBERT WOODROW TAYLOR, Thomasville, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering .... FRANCIS NEWTON THAYER, JR., Des Moines, Iowa, Chemical Engineering: Co-Op Club, 3, A.I.Ch.E., 2, 3, 4 .... LIOHN S. THIBADEAU, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Sigma Chi .... RUBLE ANDERSON THOMAS, Birmingham, Alabama, Mechanical Engineering: Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4, Phi Eta Sigma, 1, secretary 1, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, vice president 4, Phi Kappa Phi, 4, A.S.M.E., 3, 4, secretary 3, 4, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Ordnance R.O.T.C. Award, Outstanding Pre-Junior Pi Tau Sigma Award .... JOSEPH MELVIN THOMPSON, Wayne, West Virginia, Industrial Engineering: Alpha Phi Omega, 3, 4, S.A.M., 4, A.S.M.E., 3, Baptist Student Union, 3, YMCA Cabinet, 3 .... SAMUEL TIPTON TINSLEY, Knoxville, Tennessee, Industrial Management: Sigma Chl. . N . R. W. TAYLOR THAYER THIBADEAU THOMAS THOMPSON TINSLEY 106 f HH TIPPETT TOMBAUGH TRAMMELL TRAWICK TRIMMER TRUETT ROBERT BALDWIN TIPPETT, Aeronautical Engineering .... PAUL LESLIE TOMBAUGH, Mt. Carmel, Illinois, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, secretary 4, Kappa Kappa Psi, 3, 4, A.S.M.E., 3, 4, vice president 4, Band, 3, 4- .... ERNEST CHARLES TRAMMELL, Hamilton, Georgia, Electrical Engineering. . . . WILLIAM GEORGE TRAWICK, Douglas, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4, vice president 4, Camera Club, 4, Honor Roll, 2 .... REA HOFFMAN TRIMMER, Stuart, Florida, Electrical Engineering: Delia Tau Delta, Eta Kappa Nu, 4, 5, treasurer 5, Co-Op Club, 2, 3, 4, 5, A.I.E.E., 4, 5, YELLOW JACKET, 3 .... JOHN BRUCE TRUETT, JR., Blackshear, Georgia, Chemical Engineering. . . . NOEL CARSON TURNER, Mobile, Alabama, Electrical Engineering: Delta Tau Delta, Vice President 3, A.I.E.E., 3, 4, vice president 3, 4, I.R.E., 4, BLUE PRINT, 3, 4, TECHNIQUE, 4, NAUTILUS, 2, Track, 2, 3, Boxing, 2, 3, Wrestling, 4, Interfraternity Council, 2, 3, Student Council, 3, President, 4, Bulldog. Club, 3, 4, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, 4 .... STANLEY EUGENE TUR- NER, Mobile, Alabama, Chemical Engineering: Lambrlrz Chi Alpha, Treasurer 2, President 3 .... THOMAS RIVERS TURNER, Jonesboro, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Sigma PbiEpsi1ozz, Treasurer 2, 3, President 4, Skull and Key, 2, Interfraternity Council, 3, S.A.M., 4, YELLOW IACKET, 1 .... THOMAS WARREN TURNER, Franklin Springs, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma, 4, International Relations Club, 3, 4, Alpha Phi Omega, 3, 4, A.S.M.E., 4, secretary 4. N. C. TURNER S. E. TURNER T. R. TURNER T. W. TURNER 107 TUTWILER UHL VALLADARES VANDERHOOF WILLIAM STANHOP TUTWILER, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineering: Aljnfarz Tau, Omega .... ROB- ERT IRVING UHL, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Sig-ma Chi, Treasurer, A.S.M.E., 3, 4. . . ARTHUR LEONTE VALLADARES, Key West, Floriila, Aeronautical Engineering: Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4' Flying Club, 3, 45 Religious Council, 35 YMCA Cabinet, 1, 2, vice president 1, I.A.S., 3, 4 ..., RALPH WIL- SON VANDERHOOF, JR., Newark, New Jersey, Civil Engineering .... ROBERT WARREN VANLAND- INGHAM, Waycross, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Theta Cfoi .... ALLAN E. VAN NESS, JR., Nashville, Tennessee, Electrical Engineering: Phi Delia Theta .... WILLIAM WHITFIELD VARNEDOE, JR., Atlanta 7 Georgia, Electrical Engineering, A.I.E.E., 3, 4, Rifle Team, 3 .... ROBERT HANN VENABLE, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E., 2, 3, 4, I.R.E., 3, 4 .... THEODORE ALVIN VOGEL, Tempe, Arizona, Aeronautical Engineering: Tau Beta Pig Phi Kappa Phig Newman Club, 2, 3, 4, secretary 3, I.A.S., 2, 3, 4, secretary 3, vice president 4, Band .... JOSEPH WILLIAM WAIT, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering. VANLANDINGHAM VAN NESS VARNEDOE VENABLE VOGEL WAIT fi' ., . S WAKEFIELD D. P. WALKER 1, F, WALKER WALL WALLIS WARNOCK MARTIN LEWIS WAKEFIELD, Anniston, Alabama, Industrial Management: Alpha Tau Omega, Student Council, 1, 25 Football, 1, 2, Vice President Freshman Class .... DUNCAN PARTRICK WALKER, Tampa, Florida, Aeronautical Engineering: Alploa Tau Omega, I.A.S., 3, 4 .... JAMES FINCI-I WALKER, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... ROBERT EDWIN WALL, Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Management: Sigma Chi, Vice President 35 Scabbard and Blade, 3, NAUTILUS, 2, 3, TECHNIQUE, 1, Swimming, 1 .... JEFFERSON I-IAYGOOD WALLIS, College Park, Georgia, Industrial Management .... PARKS R. WARNOCK, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering .... ROBERT REAGIN WARREN, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Alpha Tau OmegaglI.R.E., 2, 3, 45 A.I.E.E., 2, 3, 4, Flying Club, 3, 4, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4 .... ANDREW CLIFTON WATSON, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering. . . . JAMES I-IARVENG WATSON, New Rochelle, New York, Mechanical Engineering: Phi Gamma Delta, Secretary 33 A.S.M.E .... FRANK O. WEAVER, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Pi Kappa Alpha. WARREN A. c. WATSON 1. H. WATSON E. o. WEAVER 1 K lin I. D. WEAVER WEEKS WEINBERG WEINER WESTBROOK A. O, WHITE JOHN DEWEY WEAVER, JR., Rocky Mount, North Carolina, Civil Engineering: Befzz Theta Pi, President 4, Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4, Interfraternity Council, 3, 45 A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 4, BLUE PRINT, 2 .... FELDER SEIGLER WEEKS, Perry, Florida, Architecture .... IRVING WEINBERG, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical En- gineering: Alpha Epsilon Pi .... IRVING MOSES WEINER, Atlanta, Georgia, Textile Engineering: Phi Ep- silon Pi, President 35 Phi Psi, 2, 3, 4, BLUE PRIIXIT, 1, 2 .... CECIL LEON WESTBROOK, Marietta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering .... A. O. WHITE, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering .... CHARLES GEORGE WHITE, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, secretary 1, vice president 2 .... ROBERT ALTON WHITE, Waycross, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Nu, President 3, Vice President 4, A.S.M.E., 3, 45 Interfraternity Council, 3, Flying Club, 3 .... THOMAS M. WHITE, JR., Hawkinsville, Georgia, Electrical Engineering .... LINTON BLAIN NVHITEHEAD, JR., Brookhaven, Geor- gia, Chemical Engineering: A.I.Ch.E., 3, 4. C. G. 'NHITE R. A. WHITE T. M. WHITE WI-IITEHEAD 110 WHITMIRE WHITTLESEY WIBLE WILHELM CHARLES NATHAN WHITMIRE, Griffin, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E,, 3, 4 .... GEORGE S. WHITTLESEY, JR., Albany, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Phi Delta Them .... JOHN VOGES WIBLE, Coral Gables, Florida, Industrial Engineering .... ROBERT OSCAR WILHELM, Baltimore, Maryland, Civil Engineering: Lambda Chi.Alpba, President 5: Phi Eta Sigma, 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 Omicron Delta Kappa, 4, 5: Briae- rean Society, 3, 4, S3 Chi Epsilon, 4, S, president S, Tau Beta Pi, 4, S: S.A.M.E., 3, 4, 55 Yellow Jacket Club, 3, 4, 5, A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 4, 5, president S, Co-Op Club, 2, 3, 4, S, Gold "T" Award, 4: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 45 ENGINEER Z5 Interfraternity Council, 4, 5, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Univer- sities, S .... WILLIAM LOUD WILHOIT, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega, Anak, 4: Yellow Jacket Club, 2, 3, 45 Bulldog Club, 3, 45 Skull and Key, 25 A.S.M.E., 4: Football Manager, 4. . . . C. L. WILKINS, JR., Aylett, Virginia, Civil Engineering .... CHESTER L. WILLIAMS, JR., St. Petersburg, Elorida, Aeronautical Engineering: I.A.S .... DEWITT LEON WILLIAMS, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: PiKap,baAlj1ba .... PAUL CALLAWAY WILLIAMS, Rome, Georgia, Civil Engineering: Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, CO-Op Club, 3, 4, A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 4 .... RHONDDA SAMUEL WILLIAMS, Cheraw, South Carolina, Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E. D. L. WILLIAMS P. C. WILLIAMS R. S. WILLIAMS w1LHo1'r WILKINS c. L. WILLIAMS 111 1 , I ! u ! l I n S I i i L i i V 1 I l . Nm 2? X QJ iii' I 143 WILLIS WILLMON WINN ' ''-1-wr'.u11glHllullli,A1:lJaW "' WINSLETTE WINTON WISE HENRY DAVID WILLIS, Montgomery, Alabama, Electrical Engineering .... RUSSELL WILLIAM WILLv MON, Decatur, Georgia, Chemical Engineering .... CHARLES EVANS WINN, Acworth, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering: I.R.E.g A.I.E.E .... CLIFFORD BROWN WINSLETTE, Eatonton, Georgia, Architec- ture: Architectural Society .... CALHOUN WINTON, Nashville, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineering: Ploi Delia Their: .... LAMAR MUNROE WISE, JR., Macon, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Presi- dent, Bulldog Club, A.I.E.E .... THOMAS J. WITHORN, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Pi Kappa Phi .... ROBERT JAMES WOLLSCHLAGER, Meriden, Connecticut, Civil Engineering: Sigma Nu. JAMES IVY WOOD, Houston, Texas, Civil Engineering: Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4: A.S.C.E. SAMUEL FRANCIS WOODLEY, Mechanical Engineering. WITHORN WOLLSCHLAGER WOOD WOODLEY 112 i WOODS WOOLF WORTH WRIGHT RALSTON B. WOODS, Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Management: Pi Kappa Alpha .... ELBERT WARREN WOOLF, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma, 4g Baptist Student Union, 3, 4, president 45 A.S.M.E., 45 TECHNIQUE, 3 .... DANIEL LAVAINE WORTH, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineer- ' ing .... MURRAY BLAIR WRIGHT, JR., Miami Beach, Florida, Architecture: Kappa Sigma, Treasurer 3, 4, Chi Epsilon, 4, Architectural Society, 3, 4, 5, president 45 Debate Society, 4, secretary 45 TECHNIQUE, 2, NAUTILUS, 1 .... RALPH LEE WYATT, Aeronautical Engineering .... DONALD PATRICK YAR- RINGTON, Kansas City, Missouri, Civil Engineering: Beta Theta Pi, President 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, BLUE PRINT, 2 .... CORNELIUS BRYANT YOUNG, JR., Sardis, Mississippi, Electrical Engineering: Kappa Alpha, A.I.E.E., 4, I.R.E., 4. y WYATT YOUNG YARRINGTON lblll JOSEPH XVARREN HONVI2 LL President Pi Tau Sigma, Cheer Leader, Tau Beta Pi, Ramblin Rcck Club 113 UFFICERS orruf JOHNSON NEWTON DONALD IOHNSON BAKER UNIOR Cl SS SPRING EWELL CALVIN JOHNSON, JR. . . . President JOHN ELAM ASHLEY . . . . . Vice Presirlerizf DOYLE REITZ JOHNSON . . Secretary-Treasurer FALL ROBERT COUNTS BAKER . . . . President SEABORN ALTON NEWTON . . . Vice President DOUGLAS ALAN DONALD . . Secretizry-Treasurer FRANK I-IALL ABBOTT, Phi Ganzmzz Delta . . Birmingham, Ala IONES H. ADERHOLD, IR ...... St. Simons Island, Ga VINCENT X. AMBROSIA, Della Sigma Phi, West Palm Beach, Fla IOSEPI-I SAIED AMEEN ........ IOI-IN P. AMES, Them Chl . . CHARLES MATTHEW ANDERSON, Hem FURMAN LeROY ANDERSON ...... IULIUS ALDRICH ANDERSON . . . IOI-IN WILLIAM ANDREWS, Phi Della Them . CARL M. ARIE, IR ..... NORMAN ARNOLD ARKIN . . KEITH HAMILTON ASI-IBY ...... RICHARD CLARK ATCHLEY, Beta Them Pi . ROBERT I. ATHEY, Them Chi ..... WILLIAM BRICE AYERS . . . CARL PERRY BAHRT, Kappa Alpha GEORGE STEELE BAIRD, Sigma Alpha Epsflolz FRED ALLEN BAKER, IR., Sigma Ch? . . . ROBERT COUNTS BAKER, Lambda Chi Alpha SAMUEL CLARENCE BARNETT . . IAMES WILLIAM BAROS, IR., Alpha Epsilon Pi I,I.AMIA BASEWIEZ ....... A . nOsEA CARROLL EATTEN, Phi Kappa Sigma PEGGY NEAL EEAROEN, Laaiaaa chi Alpha . WILLIAM LAWRENCE BEAT ..... Winnsboro, S. C Chattanooga, Tenn Them Pi, Atlanta, Ga . Columbia, S. C . Timmonsville, S. C . . Albany, Ga. . . . . . Rocky Mount, N. C Miami Beach, Fla. . . Hanson, Ky. Kansas City, Kans. . Alexander, Va. . Carnesville, Ga. . Dunedin, Fla. . Atlanta, Ga. . Newberry, S. C. Fort Meade, Fla. . . Miami, Fla. . Marianao, Cuba . Smithheld, Va. . Lake City, Fla. Toledo, Ohio WILLIAM E. BELL, IR., Lambda Chi Alpha . Greenville, Miss. NATALE HAND BELLOCCH1, Bafa Thaia Pi . ABBOTT SCOTT BENNETT, IR., Sigma Nu . Little Falls, N. Y. . . Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT GASTON BENNETT, IR., Sigma chi . . Decatur, ca. LEON LOUIS BERATAN, Alpha Epailaa P1 . . Philadelphia, Pa. EDWARD WINTZ BERCEGEAY . . . . . . IAMES ANDERSON BERG, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Atlanta, IIERBERT A. BERGMAN . . IIOWARD CONWAY BERRY . . Cl-IARLES BIDDINGER, IR. . ROBERT CARL BIGBY, IR., Phi Della Thclu . DAVID HALL BLACK . ...... . LOGAN BLECKLEY, III . IOSE ANTONIO BOLIVAR ....... DANIEL DCWITT BOONE, Della Tim Della . . . . Savannah Beach, . Savannah, Ga. Ga. Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Tampa,Fla. Birmingham, Ala. . . Atlanta, Ga. Santiago cle Cuba . . Atlanta, Ga. PRI I HERBERT EDMOND BOSS . . . . , Atlanta, Ga. WILLIAM H. BOTTOMLEY, IR ...... Birmingham, Ala. WILLIAM B. BOURNE, IR., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Brunswick, Ga. IOIIN I-IAYNES BOWEN, Pi Kappa Alpha . . Little Rock, Ark. 'l'I-IOMAS CHARLES BOWERS, Chi Phi . Holidays Cove, W. Va. THOMAS NEWTON BOWERS . . LEO T. BOWLES, IR., Sigma Chi . ROBERT EUGENE BRACEWELL Mariana, Iacksonville, . Atlanta, DON WAITE BRAIDWOOD, Della Tau Della . Kansas City, CARL Pl-IILLIP BRENNER, IR ...... . . Atlanta JAMES I. BRESNAI-IAN, IR., Sigma Alpha Epxilrm, Augusta, ROBERT BERNER BRIDGES, IR ..... . . Albany, I-IAROLD F. BRINKLEY, Phi Gamma Della . . . Smyrna, RUFUS CARL BROCK ........ . Marietta, WILLIAM A. BROOKS, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Atlanta, BOB DART BROWN, Sigma Chi . . . . . Atlanta, IJAREN DOUGLAS BROWN, Kappa Sigma Pike Road, 'l'RENl'l0LM L. BROWVNLEY, Alpha Tau O77lL'gl1 . Norfolk, IAMES YATES BRUCE, Alpha Tau Omega .... Macon, IULIAN NELSON BUCHANAN .... . Anderson, S WALLACE ALLEN BUCHANAN, Phi Della Theta . Selma, Cl-IARLES BUHMAN, IR .... FRANK I. BULL, Brin Theta Pi . . . Atlanta, . . Atlanta, W. W. IIURAN, Delta Tau Della, White Sulphur Springs, W THOMAS BURNS . . WILLIAM EDGAR BUSBIN, Chi Phi . CIIARLES CRAWLEY BUSH . HUBERT HAMILTON BUTT . CHARLES R. BYRD .... GEORGE NEWTON CAHILL, IR. . WILLIAM P. CALHOUN, IR., Kappa Sigma Cl-IESTER WILLIAM CALVIN . . . . IOSEPH CAMACHO, Delia Sigma Phi . . Atlanta, . . Atlanta, . Fitzgerald, . Marietta, Bainbridge, Iacksonvillc, Ca ntonsvillc, . Marietta, Ga. Fla. Ga. Mo. Ga Ga. Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ala Va Ga . C Ala Ga Ga Va Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Fla Md. Ga. New York, N. Y CHARLES THOMAS CAMMACK, Kappa Alpha . . Selma, Ala WILLIAM L. CAMP, Sigma .fllpha Epsilon . . . Atlanta, Ga. GILBERT LUCK CAMPBELL SCOTT M. CAMPBELL, Sigma Chi . . Tullahoma, Tenn. CI-IARLES SILAS CANNON . ....... Abbeville, Ga. IOI-IN EDWARD CARLSON, Alpha Tas: Omega . . Sarasota, Fla. jle 1947 GEURGI , , ROBERT LEE CARTER . REX LUKE CASEY .......... HENRY B. CAULKINS, IR., Beta Theta Pi . DAVID P. CHANDLER ........ ARCH SYLVESTER CHAPMAN . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Gu. Chattanooga, Tenn . I-Iuntland, Tenn. Hattiesburg, Miss. GEORGE A. CHAPMAN, IR., Sigma Phi Eprilnn, Coral Gables, Flu. IAMES LEONARD CHAPMAN, Lrrmbda Chi Alpha . Tampa, Fla. ROBERT E. CHASE .......... . . Atlanta, Ga. SYDNEY REGINALD CHEN-SEE .... St. Elizabeth, Inmaiczl GEORGE RAY Cl-IESNUT, IR., Sigma Nu . . . Atlanta, Ga. CLIFFORD L. CHRISTIAN, IR., Della Tau Della, Hcphzibah, Ga. GRADUS T. CHRISTIAN ....... ANTHONY CIARAVINO .... WILLIAM DAVIS CLARK, Chl Phi . . IAMES R. CLARY, IR., Phi Kappa Sigma . IOE N. CLEMONS ...... THADDEUS GERALD CLAYTON . WILLIAM RICHARD COCHRAN ..... IOHN ARTHUR ICOCHRANE, Della Tzu: Delta HENRY ROBERT COLE, IR. ..... . . . Elbcrton, Gu. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Tallahassee, Fla. . Garfield, N. I. . Aliquippzi, Pa. . . Augusta, Gu. . Madison, Tenn. IAMES EDWIN COLEMAN, IR.,Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Atlanta, Ga. DICK COLLIER ........... CHARLES C. COLLINS ....... WALLACE HENRY CLIFTON COLLY, IR. . San Diego, Calif. . Elk City, Oklu. . . Atlanta, Ga. LOUIS D. CONN, IR ........ . . Memphis, Tenn. WALTER DAVID CONNER, Kappa Sigma . . . Atlanta, Ga. IOSEPI-I EDWARD COOGAN .... . St. Petersburg, Flu. ROBERT LEE COOLEY I X CHARLES IORDAN COOPER, IR., Bela Theta Pi, Columbia, Tenn. CLAUDE LEWIS COPE, Della Tau Delta . FREDERICK BRANDT CORNISH, Pi Kappa PM, DANIEL IOSEPH BROSNAN coscmova . . RALEIGH STEPHENS cox ....... IIAYMOND ARCHER CRAIG, III., Kappa Alpha VERNON M. CRAWFORD, Della Tm mlm . ROBERT L. CRISP, IR. . . ROY LAWRENCE CROSIER . GEORGE H. CROSSLEY, IR. . GEORGE E. CROUCI-I ..... ROBERT MELDRIM CULVER, IR. . . Tenafly, N. I. Oak Ridge, Tenn. . . Atlanta, Gu. . Killen, Ala. . Iackson, Miss. . Allentown, PII. . Conyers, Ga. . Merced, caiif. . LaGrange, Gu. . Gay, Ga. . Macon, Ga. TECH Bl E PRI T 2' GEORGE THANE CUMMINS, Phi Della Theta DUNCAN B. CUTLER, Phi Della Thela . . THOMAS FRED ERICK DAISLEY .... IAMES FLEMING DANIEL, III, Pi Kappa Phi HENRY CHARLES ,DANlEL, Bela Thrill Pi . HAROLD EUGENE DANIELL FRANCIS CHARLES DAVIES, Sigma Nu . ALBERT Q. DAVIS . . . . IOI-IN EMMEUS DAVIS, Kappa Alpha . . . 'l'l-IOMAS MCCABE I-IYMAN DAY, Sigma N14 CLAYTON BARNETT DEKLE FRANCIS PAUL DeKONlNG . DON ALLEN DELUGACI-I, Ph WILLIAM CECIL DENMAN . i Epsilon Pl . . HERBERT NVILLIS DENT, IR. . . Augusta, Ky. . Macon, Ga. Baltimore, Md. Greenville, S. C. . Eatonton, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. Cortland, N. Y. . Atlanta, Ga. . Athens, Ga. Thomasville, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. Memphis, Tenn. . Decatur, Ga. . Marietta, Ga. WALTER ELMER DEYERLE, IR., Kappa Alpha . . Salem, LEONARD M. DIANA, Lambda Chi Alpha . MARTIN H. DOLIN, Tlfa Epsilon Phl . DOUGLAS A. DONALD, Sigma Chi . JAMES BRADLEY DOWNS, Ja. , VINCENT IEROR-IE DOYLE, Della Tall Della EDWIN REMBERT DUBOSE, Chi Phi . IOI-IN F. DUERST . . . ALBERT DUNSON DUNAWAY, Phi Della The-lu . LaGrange, CLAIBORNE POWELL EAST Tl-IOS. W. EDWARDS, IR., Ph: Kapp Va. . Columbia, Pa Waynesboro, Ga. . . Cocoa, Fla. . Cordele, Ga. Wooclnaven, N. Y . Atlanta, Ga . Clarkdale, Ga Ga. Lake Charles, La. a Sigma, Corpus Christi, Tex HERBERT C. EGGAII ........ . . Atlanta, Ga DELMAS FAIRBANKS EICI-ll-IORN . . Baltimore, Md THOMAS B. ELFE, IR., Kappa Alpha . . . . . Macon, Ga IIMMY TURNER ELLIOTT, Phi Della Thela . Columbus, Ga WILLIAM L. ENGLISH, Thcla Chi . . . . . Decatur, Ga KENNETH A. ERICKSON, Kappa Alpha . West Palm Beach, Flu EDWARD KENNAN ERVIN, Della Tau Della . . Tampa, Fla FORREST EUGENE ETI-IRIDGE . . Atlanta, Ga NOEL HAROLD ETI-IRIDGE EDWARD S, EVERETT .......... Meldrim, Ga CLARENCE EUGENE FANCI-IER, Signm Alpha Epsilon, Miami, Fla ROBERT FLOYD FARRAR ...... . . Atlanta, Ga IOSEPH KNOX FELKER, IR ..... . . Decatur, Ga ARTHUR MILLER FIELD, Bala Thela Pi . . Clarksdalc, Miss SL., 1947 GIEURGI 'l S ALEXANDER HAMILTON FIHN, JR. . WILLIAM DEWEY FISER . . . WILLIAM CALVIN FLATT BRANCH ROBUCK FLEMING, Thrm Chi . GEORGE W. FLEMING, JR ..... HAROLD VINCENT FLEMING, Pi Kappa Phi EDWARD LEE FLOYD, JR., Chi Phi . . . . St. Louis, Mo . Benton, Ky . . Corclclc, Gil . Charlotte, N. C . . AtIant:1,Ga ALAN SUTHERLAND FOGG, Sigma Chi . . Miami Beach, Fla. KENNETH G. FORRER . . HENRY ELLIOT FOSTER . EDGAR T. FOWLER ........ . Atlanta, Ga . Atlanta, Ga . . . Atlanta, Ga. THOMAS WILLIS FOWLER, JR., Pi Kappa .fllphrz . Atlanta Ga. JOHN BERTRAM FREEBORN, Sigma Chi . SIMON DAVID FREEMAN, Tau Epsilon Phi . JUSTIN FULLER, JR., Kappa Alpha . . I Clarendon Hill, Ill. Chattanooga, Tenn. . Birmingham, Ala. JOHN TRIBBETT FULWILER, JR., Chi Phi . . . Atlanta, Ga. ANSON RAHE GAINOUS ....... Panama City, Flu. JAMES MATTI-IENVS GALEY, Kappa Sigma . . Warrington, Fla. JAMES ADRIAN GANTT, Phi DKIIH Thsla . . . Iiockhill, S. C. ALEX. M. GARDNER, JR., Phi Kappa Tau, So. Pasadena, Calif. WILLIAM KNOX GARMANY . . . . . Chat ranooga, Tenn. FORREST CHARLES GARRARD, JR., Sigma Chi . . Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT WARREN GASTON, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Atlanta, Ga. CLAY NELSON GERALD, Sigma Phi Epsilon . JOHN OSCAR GERSON, JR. .... . MALCOLM 1. GESNER, Pi Kappa Alpha . JAMES ROBERT GIBB, chi Phi . ASHBY G1BBoNs, Kappa Alpha . WILLIAM A. GIEMZA . . . DANNITTE M. GILL . JOE SYKES GILLIAM, Sigma Chi . CARL PAGE GLEASON ........ . Smithdale, Miss. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. , Detroit, Mich. . Decatur, Ga. . Passaic, N. J. . Florala, Ala. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Groton, N. Y. WILLIAM HENRY GLEASON, Alpha Tau Omrgrz, Eau Gallic, Fla. ARNOLD IRA GOLDBERG, Phi Epsilon Pi . HERBERT IRA GOLDBERG, Alpha Epsilon Pi PAUL WI-IIPPY GOODMAN .... . CHARLES MATTHEWS GORMAN, JR. . FRANCIS EDWARD GRAF . . . WILLIAM WAYNE GRAHAM . . ROBERT WEBER GREASER . . . Savannah, Ga. Yonkers, N. Y. . Canton, Ohio . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. Myrtle Beach, S. C. . . . Altoona, Pa. TECH Bl E PRI I 2 WARING MANNING GREEN . RUFUS RII-IERD GREENE . ERWIN GREMLI, II .... ROLAND F. GRINER, Kappa Sigma . WILBURN L. GRISSOM .... IOI-IN C. GROCE ........ CLEM O. GUNN, IR., Alpha Tau Omega PAUL D. GURLEY, Chi Phi ..... FRANK H. GURRY, Sigma Chi . DICK I-I. HALL, III, Thcla Chi . IAMES Bivmos HAMIL . . MARK C. HAMPTON, sigma Alpha Epxilon JOHN L. HANCOCK ....... . . Dccata, Ga. . . Sebring, Fla. . Sarasota, Fla. . . Albany, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Cartersville, Ga. . . Amora, Ill. . Decatur, Ga Milledgeville, Ga. . . Tampa, Fla . . Atlanta, Ga GUSTAVE ADOLPH HANSON, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tampa, Fla MYRON R. HARADON . . . . . Nashville, Tenn ROBERT ALLEN HARDEN, IR. PIERCE FINIS HARDY, Kappa Alpha . HARRY W. HARGIS, III . . THOMAS S. HARRIS, IR. . . RICHARD ARTHUR HARRISON , Greenville, S. C . . Cornelia, Ga . Atlanta, Ga . Fort Valley, . Athens, Ga Ala ROBERT C. HARRISS, Della Tau Della . Orange, N. I. MARION CLIFTON HARVEY .... . Columbia, S. C. LESLIE WATKINS HATCHER . . Bessemer, Ala. NED HAWI-CINS ........... Iacksonville, Fla. WILLIAM R. HEALEY, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Marietta, Ga. HENRY CAUGHEY HEARN, Sigma Chi . . . Bellville, Ga. ROBERT GUSTAV HECHT, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . Columbus, Ga. RICHARD EARL HEMMINGWAY, Phi Della Theta, Valdosta, Ga. YOUNG ATKINS HENDERSON, IR., Sigma Chi . Calhoun, Ga. HAROLD ROBERT HENRY ....... Stockbridge, Ga. LEMMIE LEWIS HENRY, IR., Fi Kappa Phi . . . Atlanta, Ga. EDWARD JOSEPH HESS, Sigmu Phi Epsilon, . Silver Spring, Md. WII.LIAM A. HIGHTOWER ....... Stockbridge, Ga. La. WALTER DAVIS HILL, Beta Theta Pi . ,X . Alexandria, ROBERT G. HILTZ .... IVAN EUGENE HIRSI-IBURG . EUGENE C. I-IISE, IR. . . FRANK ARNOLD HOFF . . . MATI-IIAS ERWIN HOFFMAN CHARLES P. HOLCOMBE, Bela fHel947 Theta Pi . Chattanooga, Tenn. . Oglethorpe, . Atlanta, Fort . Atlanta, GEURGI Ga. Ga. Bethany, Conn. Lauderdale, Fla. Ga. A .JACKSON R. HOLLIDAY, Phi Delta Thela . . . Macon, ALTON Is. HOLLIS, JR., Pi Kappa Alpha . IIYRON LAFAYETTE HOLTON, JR .... I-IAL SCARLET HOLTSINGER, Alpha Tau Omega . Tampa, ROBERT FREEMAN HORSLEY, Alpha Tau OODEN R. HOUSTON, JR., Sigma Nu . JEFFERSON TRENT HOWELL, JR. . JAMES KEITH HUDSON . . . . WILLIAM D. HUDSON, JR. . JAMES E. HUNGERPILLER . CHARLES GRAHAM HURST . . CHESTER E. HUTCHINS, JR. . V JAMES C. I-IUTCHINS, Theta Chi .... KARL L. ICENOGLE, JR., Phi Gamma Della JOE NEIL IRELAND ........ WILLIAM YATES IRWIN ...... TURNER WILKINS IVEY, Alpha Tan Omega . . Atlanta JOHN W. JACKSON ........ JOHN EARL JAMES, Kappa Alpha . . ARTHUR B. JANNEY, Della Taa Dana . JAMES A. JEFFERS .... ALBERT RAIFORD JOHNSON, Sigma Alpha CHARLES ALBIN JOHNSON . CECIL GRAY JOHNSON . . CHARLES GAY JOHNSON . Ga . Atlanta, Ga . . . Camilla, Ga Fla Omega, Opelika, Ala . Coral Gables, Fla . . Clearwater, Fla Jefferson Oify, Tenn . . . Atlanta,G:I . College Park, Ga . Savannal1,Ga. . . Savannah, Ga. Staten Island, N. Y . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Decatur, Ga . Westminster, . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Alexandria, La. . Moultrie, Epsilon, Macon, Ga. . Fairburn, . Nlcholsvillc, Ala. . Coppcrvillc, Tenn. JAMES M. JOHNSON . . Grantvillc, Ga. VIRGIL E. JOHNSON .......... Orlando, Fla. RICHARD JOHNSTON, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Woodstock, Ga. STEPHEN LESLIE JOHNSTON ......,. Atlanta, Ga. WALTON B. JOINER . . . . GEORGE EDGAR JONES . . HOWARD ALBERT JONGEDYK .... ROBERT JUSTICE JORDAN, Alpha Tau Omega . Anniston, Birmingham, Ala. . Kenton, Tenn. . . . Miami, Fla. WILEY PHILLIPS JORDAN, Della Tau Delta . Monticello, Ga. EDGAR J.JUSTUS . . . . . HENRY G. KALB ......... PANAYOTIS PETE KALCOS, Della Sigma Phi . ERNEST W. KARLIN JAMES MARION KEELIN, Kappa Alpha . FRANK MURRAY KELLY ..... TECH Bl E . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Marietta, Ga. . Baker, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . . I-lapcvillc, Ga. Plll I Md. , Ga. Ga. . Sylvania, Ga. Ga. Ala . RICHARD CARROLL KIDD, Sig1nrz'Cl1i . . . Atlanta,Ga JOHN WALTER KILZER, JR. V. . . . Humboldt, Tenn. FRED GRANT KING, Alpha Tau Omega . . Youngstown, Ohio DON DeWI'I"l' KINNETT, Kappa ,-llpha . . HOYT MCCONNELL KIRBY, Phi Della Theta . . Macon,G:l 'l'ARVER ABSOLAN KITCI-IENS, Alpha Tau Omega, Atlanta, Gu. LEO H. KLOSTERMAN, JR., Sigma Alpha Eprilan, Tampa, Fla AARON COLLINS KNIGHT, JR., Phi Della Thela . Albany, G21 JEROME KRUGER, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . SUMNER J. KUBITSKY, Alpha Epsilon Pi . JOSEPH THOMAS I.aBOON ..... GEORGE ARTHUR L:1FITTE, JR., Sigma Nu RICIIARD M. LAMB, Sigma Alpha Epxilon FRANK LASTRA, Lambda Chl Alpha . . WILLIAM DALE LATHBURY . . . DONALD GOLD LATTIMORE . 1osEPi-1 HEATH LAUGHLIN, Jn. . JACK B. LAZARUS ...... cl-m1tLEs s. LEE, Pi Kappa Alpha . COMAN ciczano LEONARD, JR. DONALD E. Le ROY, Phi Kappa Sigma . . ROBERT M. LESTER . .... . JAMES B. l.cVAN, JR. Phi Della Thela . . IIARVEY L. LEVIN, Phi Epsilon Pi . . JEAN WILLIAM LEVY . . . . CLINTON L. LEWIS, JR., Sigma Phi Epfilorz GORDON I-I. LEWIS ......... WILLIAM D. LIPPMAN, Tau Epsilon Phi . EARL FRANKLIN LISH, Della Tam Della . . ALBERT P. LITTLE ....... ARCHIBALD LITTLE, JR., Signm A711 . . JACK R. LOCKHART ........ ROY I-IUSTED LOMAN, Sigma Phi Epsilon . EDGAR C. I.ONG . . . GUSTAVO S. LORA . . WARREN WALLACE LORD ....... JAMES ERSKINE LOVE, Della Tau Della . . . . Atlanta, Gu Roxbu rg, Mass. . Marietta, . Atlanta, Ga, . Atlanta. Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Lincoln, Ill. . Charlotte, N. C. . Savannah, Ga. . Valdosta, Ga. . Oviedo, Fla. . Green Bay, Wis. . Macon, Ga. Cliaitzinooga, Tenn, Charleston, W. Va. . . Augusta, Gai. . . Augusta, Gu. Silver Spring, Md. . . Toledo, Ohio . Fort Pierce, Fla. . Valdosta, Gai. St. Augustine, Fla. . . War, W. Va. . Ronan, Mont. . . Atlanta, Ga. Cicnfuegas, Cuba Upper Darby, Pa. Greenwood, S. C. ROBERT THOMAS LOWRANCE, Pi Kappa Phi . . Macon, Gn. GEORGE WILSON LOWRY . . . . . . IvIarielt:1,Ga. JAMES E. LUCAS, JR. . . New Smyrna Beach, Fla. e . .7 7 IE R I Ga. I S CHARLES FREDERICK LYNCH IAMES T. MADDERIIA . . . DONALD WILSON MADER . . . GEORGE D. MALONE, Kappa Alpha . ROBERT O. MANRY, Phi Kappa Sigma . WALTER I. MARCIN .... RICHARD THOMAS MARLAR .... . Tliomaston, Ga. . Decatur, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Edison, . Atlanta, Ga. Ga . . . Iuka, Miss. WILLIAM B. MARTIN, Phi Gamma Della . . Knoxville, Tenn. IRWIN MASEL THOMAS JOSEPH MASLEY . . . New Kensington, Pa. WILLIAM FREDERICK MCALLISTER, Sigma Nu, Columbia, S. C. MARSHALL IOSEPH MCCANN ...... CHARLES R. MCCHESNEY, Lamblla Chi Alpha JOHN E. MCDANIEL. JR., Bm Them Pi . . . XVILLIAM R. MCDONALD . . . . w1LToN CLIFORD MCGAHEE, Sigma Alpha Ep ROBERT HENRY MCGARITY, JR. . . . . CHARLIE ALEXANDER MCGILL . . . DOONAN D. MCGRAW, Bela Them Pi . . GORDON DENISON MCI-IENRY . . ROBERT MoR'roN MQKENZIE . JAMES B. Mcxcov, nz., sigma chi . ROBERT VERN MCNEILL . . . EUGENE McNENNEY . JOHN c. MCREYNOLDS . . RICHARD LEE MEEK .... GROVER NICHOLAS MEINERT . WILLIAM HENRY MEISEL . . . BUCK MICKEL, Sigma Alpha Epsilafz . . . . . Miami, Flax. . Montclair, N. I. Memphis, Tenn. . Atlanta, Ga. silan, Atlanta, Ga. . . Cordele, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. . Andalusia, Ala. . Conway, Ark. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Ionesville, Wis. . Hinton, Oklu. Birmingham, Ala. . . Atlanta, Ga . . Atlanta, Ga. . Cleveland, Ohio . Atlanta. Ga. ISRAEL BERNARD MILLER, Alpha Epsilon Pi . Huntsville, Ala. WILLIAM ROBERT MILLER . . . College Park, Ga. HOWARD S. MILLSAPS .......... Atlanta, Ga. IOHN V. MINER, IR., Phi Kappa Sigma, Daytona Beach, Fla. WALTER c. MINK, JR., Kappa Sigma . . Nancy, N. 1. ORVILLE MONROE, Phi Gamma Delta . . Atlanta, Ga. FRANCIS RHODES MONTGOMERY .... . Marietta, Ga. DONALD EDSEL MOORE, Lambrla Chi Alpha . Glcnnville, Ga. IAMES EDWIN MOORES ........ OTTO MARUCCI MORRIS, IR., Sigma Chi . CARL MORRIS MOSELEY, IR. . . . Nashville, Tenn. f. Sen Girt, N. I. . Atlanta, Ga. TECH BLUE PRI I WW :ii fi GREGORY SIMON MOSAHKOFF . GEORGE KENNETH MOSS . . CHARLES H. MULL, Theta Chi . WILLIAM HERMAN MULLINS . CARL CLAYTON MURPHY, Chi Phi . LAWRENCE L. NAGEL . . . . HUBERT HARDMAN NALL, 1R., Sigma LOVICK VINCENT NEESE .... Chi CHARLES PATTON NEWELL, Sigma Alpha Eprilon, Atlanta, Ga. OSWALD NEWELL, JR., Sigma Nu . i SEABORN ALTON NEWTON, IR., Phi CHARLES T. NIKON, Kappa Alpha, ROBERT GENE NOEL., . : . . . -. Dell PHILIP G. NORTH, JR., Kappa Alpha- . ROBERT L. NOVAK, Della Sigma Phi EDMIIND EARL NOVOTNY . . . THOMAS BAYARD o'BARR, Pi Kappa JOHN CHARLES OGILVIE .... DANIEL 1. o'LEARY, Sigma chi . CHARLES IAMES O'REAR . . CHARLES THOMAS OWEN, Sigma chi JAMES A. PANACCS ...... IOHN THOMAS PARADISE . . . GEORGE H. PURDUE, Phi Kappa Taa RENDER TORRELI. RARHAM . . , . Atlanta, Ga. . . Miami, Fla. . . Blue Ridge, Ga. . Montgomery, Ala. . Grinin, Ga. . Ellwood City, Pa. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Plumcrville, Ark. zz Theta, Macon, Ga. . . . Decatur, Ga. . Owenton, Ky. . :MarietLa, Ga. . Maircngo, Ill. Alpha, . Chappaqua, Ga. Rio Loa, Chile, S. A. . . Savannah, Ga. . Savannah, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Lincolnton, Ga. . College Park, Ga. . Hogansville, Ga. ROBERT S. PASCI-IAI., IR., Alpha Tau Omega . Columbia, S. C. GEORGE S. PATRICK, Pi Kappa Alpha MALCOLM PATTERSON ..... .FLOYD APPLING PEEDE, Signza Chi Charleston, W. Va. . Birmingham, Ala. . . . Alban FITZHUGH L. PENN, IR., Della Tau Delta, St. y, Ga. Simons Island, Ga. ROBERT TAYLOR PENNINGTON . . . Fort Baker, Calif. FREDERIC BEASLEY PERRY . . . Holenwald, Tenn. FOLDIER L. PHILLIPS ...,.... Greensboro, N. C. IOSEPH ROLLO PHILLIPS, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pampa, Texas SANFORD B. PINKERTON ....... Bluff City, Tenn. DAVID E. PINKSTON . . AlbanY- G3- DAVID EUGENE PIRKLE HOMER ERNEST PITTMAN, Sigma Chi . . Cleveland, Miss. GRAEME D. PLANT, Phi Delta Them . . . . Macon, Ga. IAMES T. POPLIN, Phi Kappa Sigma . . Rocky Mount, N.. C. Ula 1947 GEURGIA 1- l CARLOS FRANCISCO PORTELA . WILLIAM S. POSTEN, Pi Kappa Alpha WILLIAM S. POTTINGER, Chi Phi . IOSE F. POYO ........ IOI-IN ALBERT PRESTON, Sigma Chi EDWARD I: PRICE, Kappa Sigma . . MARION HARLEY QUATTLEBAUM . . . . Havana,Cuba . . Morgantown, W. . . . Atlanta, . . Atlanta, . . . Cross City, Va. Ga. Ga. Fla. . Rockville Center, N. Y. HOWARD V. QUINN, Sigma Alpha Eprilan, St. Petersburg, NEAL HADAWA-Y PAINWATER . . FRANK R. RAUTON, Kappa Alpha . I-IERMAN DAVID RAYNES . LEONIDAS TI-IONTON REAGOR . CLYDE AIlS'l'IN'REAVES, IR. . . IAMES REED, IR., Pi Kappa Alpha . RICHARD O. REED ..... RODOLPHUS W. REEVES, IR. . ROBERT C.' REYNOLDS . . . STEPHEN M. RICHARDS .... WILBUR CARL RIDDELL, Lambda Chi THOMAS ANTHONY RIVERS . . . . . Sumter, S. C. Fla. . . . . Cednrtown, Ga. . Greenwood, S. C. GLEN P. ROBINSON, IR., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Valdosta, RALPH GEORGE ROBINSON . . . CHARLES EDWARD ROGERS, IR. . THOMAS A. ROLLOW, Chi Phi . . WILLIAM PORTER ROSSELLE, IR. . MARK E. RUSSELL, Bela Theta Pi . STEVE RUSSO, Sigma Chi .... . . Augusta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Glencoe, Ala. . Old Hickory, Tenn. . East Point, Ga. . . Fitzgerald, Ga. . Binghamton, N. Y. . . Avondale Estates, Ga. Alpha . . Paducah, Ky. . . . Atlanta, Ga. Ga. . . . Louisville, Miss. . Osbonn, Mo. . El Dorado, Ark. . Atlanta, Ga. . Nashville, Tenn. . . . . Bridgeton, N. I. WILLIAM T. RUTHERFORD, Alpha Tau Omega . . Parrott, RICHARD HENRY RYMER .... . . 4. . Atlanta, CHARLES E. SALTER, IR., Della Tau Delta . . Dawson, IOHN WILLIAM SANDEFORD . RYNDAL LEI-IR SANDERS . ELIGIO F. SANTOS ...... . Midville, . Atlanta, . . . Tampa, EDWARD SCI-IARFSCHWERDT, IR., S.,-LE. . . Ft. Pierce, MARTIN H. SCI-IINDLER, Alpha Eprilon Pi, St. Petersburg, Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga . Fla Fla. F ln. GUSTAVE A. SCHMIDT, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Maplewood, N. I. GLENN G. SCHOOLEY, IR. ........ Atlanta, Ga. FRANK IAMES SCHWANN, Chi Pri . . . Atlanta, Ga. ISAAC ALVIN SCOTT, IR., Kappa Alpha .... Griffin, Ga. IOHN SCOTT, III .......... Elizabethlon, Tenn. F ' n NH' WILLIAM ARNOLDSEGO, Phi Delia Theta HARRY SEITZ .... . . . . PEDRO JUAN SERRALLES, III, Kappa Sigma . CHARLES LEE SHAW . ..... CHARLES JEFFERSON SHELTON, JR. JOHN KUYK SHEPHERD, Sigma Nu . HAZEN L. SHORT, Bm Them Pi . '. MARTIN DAVID SIEGEL . . . SEWELL SILMAN, Phi Epsilon PI' . . HAROLD R. SKOTNIK, Alpha Epsilon RALPH L. SLATBI -. ROY OLIVER SLOAN . . ALBERT DEAK SMAILER ARTHUR RIDPICK SMITH, JR... Pi . . Waterloo, Ala. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Miami, Fla. . . Baltimore, Md. . Gulfport, Miss. . . Waycross, Ga. . Webster Groves, Mo. . Bennettsville, S. C. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Yonkers, N. Y. . . Marietta, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Philadelphia, Pa. . . . Ashburn, Ga. B. FRANK SMITHQJR., Sigma Alpha Epsilon I Pine Bluff, Ark. EDWARD GEORGE SMITH . HARVEY EERRELL SMITH . JAMES ALFRED SMITH . LEE HAMPTON SMITH . MARK A. SMITH, JR. VICTOR ALONZO SMITH . . VIRGIL DEE SMITH, Sigma Chi . GEORGE W. SNIDER . . . . . . ERICH SOKOLOWER, Tau Epsilon Phi WYLIE HOWELL SMITH . . . . BEREL DAVID SOLOMON . ROBERT EARL SOSBY, JR. . JOHN BROADUS SOWELL . . . GEORGE HARTMANN SPARKS, JR. . Jcanerette, La. . . LaGrange, Ga. . Birmingham, Ala. . . Newman, Ga. . . Macon, Ga. . Amarillo, Texas . . . Tampa, Pla. . Birmingham, Ala. New York City, N. Y. . . . Marietta, Ga. MARSHALL WILLIAM SPIETI-I, Alpha Tau Omega, Louisville, RAYMOND A. SPITLER, JR., Della Sigma Phi, Avondale Est., LEWIS FRANK SPITZER . . . . . MURRAY SPITZER . . DAVID ALBERT SPRINGS . . . . ALFRED PAUL SPUNGIN, . Miami Beach, Fla. . East ,Point, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . . East Point, Ga. Ky. Ga. . . Jacksonville, Fla. . Jacksonville, Fla. Myrtle Beach, S. C. Tau Epsilon Phi . . Greenfield, Mass. ELMER L. STANLEY, JR., Alpha Tau Omega . . Atlanta, Ga. JAMES COSBY STANTON, Thela Chi . . . . . Athens, Ga. CHRISTIAN W. STAPLETON, Della Sigma Phi, Glen Ridge, J. THOMAS LOWE STARNES, JR. . . . Winter Haven. Fla- 3Ae 1947 GHIRGI DERRY LAMAR STOCKBRIDGE, IR. . ROBERT W. STOVER, Chi Phi . . EDVVARD M. STRATTON ..... IOHN A. SUDER, IR., Phi Kappa Sigma . HARVEY EUGENE SULLIVAN, IR. . ALAN G. SYMONS ..... PARISH FURMAN TALLEY, IR. . ALEXANDER GEORGE TAMPA . ERNEST AUSTIN TAYLOR, IR. . IAMES A. TAYLOR, Kappa Alpha . S . . Atlanta, Ga. . Orlando, Fla. . Iacksonville, Fla. . . Ionesboro, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Memphis, Tenn. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Tampa, Fla. . Greenville, S. C. WILLIAM NIXON TAYLOR, Phi Kappa Sigma . Columbia, S. C. WILLIAM A. TEWES, IR ....... RALPH IvI.'THoMAs . ..... . . . . Baltimore, Md. . Birmingham, Ala. CHESTNUT A. THOMPSON, Phi Kappa Tau . . . Lyons, Ga. CLARENCE ARTHUR THOMPSON . . . GEORGE LUTHER THOMPSON . IACK T. THOMPSON . . . CARL LOUIS TILLSTROM ...... . Atlanta, Ga. . . Thomaston, Ga. . . Dalton, Ga. . . Pampa, Texas WILLIAM R. TOOKE, IR., Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Atlanta, Ga. THEODORE A. TRIMBLE, IR., Bela Theta Pi, St. Petersburg, Fla. IAMES M. TUCKER, IR. . . . DANIEL POLLOCK TYNDALE . . Savannah, Ga. LUIS EUGENIO VALLEIO, Delia Sigma Phi . . . Habana, Cuba FOX CONNER VIDA ........ SALBATORE LOUIS VIGLIOTTI . . Hendersonville, N. C. . . Detroit, Mich. MARTIN LEWIS VVAKEFIELD, Alpha Tau Omega, Anniston, Ala. PAUL ROBERT WALKE ....... ROBERT LEE WALKER . . FRANK HARRISON WALLACE . EDWARD BULLOCK WALLIS . HERVERT S. WALTER, Phi Della Theta . Aslip Terrace, N. Y. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Columbia, S. C. . Marietta, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. IOHN FRANCIS WALTER, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tonis River, N. I. CHARLES R. VVALTERS, Sigma Phi Epsilon, BERNARD BERLIN WARD ...... WILLIAM R. WATKINS, III, Kappa Sigma coma v. WEAVER, III., Pi Kappa Phi . TI-IEADOR FREDERICK WEBER, Pi Kappa IoI-IN WESLEY WEEMS, IR ...... ALBERT W. WEIGLE . . ARTHUR WEINEI1 . TECH BLUE Morgantown, W. Va. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . McComb, Miss. . . . Atlanta, Ga. Alpha, Atlanta, Ga. . . Meridian, Miss. . Fort Myers, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. PRI T h ,aug 9 , .L Q. I Q 'ia' ., f X 4 .-Q, .L ,- We I 4 , . a ,Hi Ji . , . . -3-Q-Y , 2-, fir 7,7 .V If 2 fi' -f aff. ': - . ,bt .. I.I1.-f.aiI:- mae. '! LJ! , sf' .x rf' 'auf'- I I sv , fi 11. 1 SEQ' li: UNIOR Cl EDWARD BORIS VVEINSTEIN ASS AUGUSTUS GLOVER WELLS, Sigma Phi Epsilzm . Decatur, Ga. MARION CECIL WEST .......... Atlanta, Ga. HENRY WHEEER WESTBROOK, IR. . . Atlanta, Ga. DEAN FORREST WHEELER . . . Newport, Vt. CARL BARNES WHITAKER . . Atlanta, Ga. ALLEN T. WHITEHEAD ,....... Brookhaven, Ga. HENRY LOH WHITEHEAD, IR., Sigma Alpha Epxilon, Macon, Ga. I-IOBART A. WHITNEY, IR., Sigma Ch: . . . Pensacola, Fla. I-IARLAN F. WILHOIT ........ Spartanburg, S. C. Y IACK WILLBANKS, Pi Kappa Phi . . Atlanta, Ga. ENOCH I. WILLIAMS, IR. . . I-IOWARD R,- WILLIAMS, IR ....... . McComb, Miss . .. Atlanta, Ga SIDNEY FRYE WILLIAMS, IR., Sigma Chi, Parris' Island, S. C TYRONE THOS. WILLIAMS, IR., Alpha Tau Omega, Tunica, Miss WILLIAM T. WILLIAMS . . Pittsburgh, Pa IACK WILLIS ............. Marietta, Ga IOIjIN V. VVILMERDING, Sigma Alpha Epxilan . Marietta, Ga DAN WILSON, IR., Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Montgomery, Ala HAROLD ANDREW WILSON .... . . Atlanta, Ga HOMER B. WILSON, IR. . . Atlanta. Ga IOI-IN IAMES WISE . . . . . . Augusta, Ga ROBERT EDWARD WISE, Chi Ph: ...... Atlanta, Ga WILLIAM G. WOFFORD, IR., Lambda Chi Alpha, Little Rock, Ark CUNTRYMAN A. woxo .... .... . . Atlanta, Ga ROBERT FELIX WOODALL, IR., Theta Chi . . . Atlanta, Ga FREDERICK HOPPER WOODRUFF, Thela Chi, Chattanooga, Tenn CHARLES DAVIS WOODWARD . .... Atlanta, Ga IAMES RAY WYATT ......... . Decatur, Ga VICTOR HUBERT WYCOTT, Phi Kappa Tau . . . Atlanta, Ga CHARLES A. WYNN, IR. . . Fairburn, Ga IACK R. YARBROUGH . . Atlanta, Ga RONALD NEAL YEAKLE ..... . Atlanta, Ga IOI-IN LEPPER YOUNG, -Della Tau Della . . WILLIAM STUART YOUNG, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, C . Beacon, N. Y IACK M. ZEIGLER, Lambda Chi Alpha . . Tallahassee, harlotte, N. C Fla. jle 1947 Bl E PRI I Top right: Henry L. Scott, the one man gala, pauses during one of his renditions to glower at the photographer. His antics put Tech men in a good mood to study for their approaching exams. Bottom right: Typing is 3 job these days, especially with that pin-up on the wall. Below, bottom right: The Bulldog Club presents the awards to the winners of the freshman cake race. Bottom left: Buddy Fiske gazes in horror at the many impossi- bilities. Top right: Temporary President Dan Kyker votes in the student council elections. Top left: Tech's ugliest poses in front of his likeness. UFFICERS UFIHIE ANDREWS PITTMAN WILLIFORD 1 uf, OLSON BRODNAX sovuomonf Cl ss SPRING JAMES WILLIAM OLSON . . . . President JOHN WILLIAM ANDREWS . . . . Vice President HOMER ERNEST PITTMAN '. . Secretary-Treasurer FALL GEORGE HAMILTON BRODNAX, III .... President JAMES WILLIS CASTLEBERRY .... Vice President JAMES RICHARD XXIILLIFORD . . Secretary-Treasurer SOPHO 0RElH.SS 'WILLIAM BRANCH ABBOTT, Sigma Chi . IAMES ERNEST ABSHIRE, Bela Theta Pi CHARLES HALEY ADAMS ...... CLARENCE ERNEST ADAMS .... HENRY ROBERT ADAMS, IR. . . . . THOMAS EDWIN ADAMS, Phi Delta Thela FRANK ANTHONY ALFANO . CHARLIE ALHADEFF ..... CHARLES SEYMOUR ALLEN, IR. . KEITH IRWIN ALLEN, IR, . . WILLIAM HARRISON ALLEN WILLIAM TULLOS ALLEY . . PETE CHRIS ANASON EDWIN LAMONT ANDERSON, Chi Phi . UNICE STERLING ANDERSON . . . AGNEW ANDREWS, JR., Chi Phi . ROBERT HOWARD ANDREWS . . LOUIS JAMES ANNARATONE . WILLIAM ALFREDO ARGUEDAS . . . . Sao Paulo, Brazil THEODORE ARNO, Il, Phi Epriloh Pi . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. Chattanooga, Tenn. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Danielsville, Ga. . Alpharetta, Ga. Columbus, Ga. Fla. . . Tampa, . . Atlanta, Ga. . Dewey Rose, Ga. . . Amory, Miss. Chattanooga, Tenn. Ala. Birmingham, . Aberdeen, Md. . . Tifton, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Memphis, Tenn. . Columbus , Ga. IULIAN MARION ARNOLD, Alpha Tau Omega . . Miami, Fla. DAVID ARTHUR ASHBY, IR. ...... Memphis, Tenn. THOMAS ADAM AUSTIN, III, Lambda Chi Alpha, Atlanta, Ga. CHARLES I. BABCOCK, IR., Alpha Tau Omega, Coral Gables, Fla. WILLIAM 'BRUCE BACON . CHARLES HOLMAN BAGGS . ROBERT LEE BAILEY . . . TYLER c. BAILEY . . . . Savannah, Ga. . Savannah, Ga. . . . Forsyth, Ga. Clarksville, Tenn. HARRY ELIOTT BAKER, Tau Epsilon Phi . . . Atlanta, Ga. IAMES HUEY BAKER .... . . . WILEY THOMAS BAKER, Sigma Nu . IAMES EDWIN BALDWIN, Sigma Nu BEATTIE BEACHAM BALENTINE, IR. . . . Atlanta, Ga. Wilmington, N. C. Naylor, Ga. . Greenville, S. C. BILLIE M. BALENTINE, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Greenville, S. C. ROBERT IAMES BALFOUR ......... Decatur, Ga. MARK CICERO BAIKCOM, Sigma Alpha Epxilon, Forsyth, Ga. THOMAS I. BARFIELD, IR., Alpha Tau Omega . . Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT H. BARGE, IR ........ JOHN VAN NORDEN BARKER . . IOHN GREEN BARNETT ..... WALTER F. BARNEY, Kappa Sigma . HERBERT M. BARNUM ..... IIEDRO BARQUIN, Delia Sigma Phi . . JAMES W. BARR, IR., sfgmh Phi Epsilon THOMAS A. BARROW, Kappa Alpha . NATHAN LEE BARTMAN ..... HAROLD B. BASCH, Phi Ep P1 , IZZIE BASHINSIQI, IR ...... .rilan ' IILES LARRY BATTS . . CECIL EVANS BAUGI-I . . IAMES LLOYD BAXTER, IR ...... . . Lakeland, . Iacksonville, . Carrollton, Ga. . Stone Mountain, Ga. . . Dublin, Ga. . Iacksonville, Fla. . . Ilion, N. Y. . . Havana, Cuba . Tuckahoe, N. Y. Fla. Fla. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Dublin, Ga. Fla. . Gastonia, N. C. . . Orlando, . . . Griflin, Ga. CHARLES THEODORE BEACH, Phi Gamma Delia, Albany, N. Y. GARY I-IARTMAN BEACH LUTHER ALTON BEALE . . . Atlanta, Ga. DONALD A. BEARDSWORTI-I, Phi Kappa Sigma, Bridgeport, Conn. CLARKE GERARD BEAUDRY, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Atlanta, Ga. IAMES MARSHALL BECK, IR. ....... Mztriettn, Ga. LEWIS HICKS BECK, IR., Kappa Alpha . . . Griffin, Ga. DONALD ROGER BECKLER WALTER IULIAN BELL, Alpha Tau Omega, Coral Gables, Fla. S1947 Bl E PRIT Atlanta, Ga. SOPHOMORE Cl SS WILLIAM V. BENNETT, Pi Kappa Alpha, Rockville Center, N. Y. AUGUSTUS HARRISON BENNING, Sigma Chi . . Atlanta, Ga. WILLIAM LEE BENSON, Bela l'hcla Pi . . . Baltimore, Md. LAWRENCE I. BERG, IR., Theta Chi .,... Atlanta, Ga. JOSEPH BEDELL BERGEN, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Savannah, Ga. JOHN KRAAN BERNER LOUIS BERNSTEIN . . . . Atlanta, Ga. BARNEY PRATT BEST ....... . . Atlanta, Ga, BARRINGTON K. BEUTELL, Alpha Tau Omega, Sea Island, Ga. IOHN MARSHALL BICKERSTAFF, Chi Phi . . . Atlanta, Ga. HAROLD STEELE BIDDLE ....... Winter Park, Fla. ELMER TEE BIGGS . . . . . Decatur, Ga. RICHARD LEONIDAS BILES, Kappa Sigma . . Boyle, Miss. RAY HENRY BILLINGS .' ..... . . Anton , 'feng DAVID P. BLACKSHEAR, Chl Phi . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. WAYNE M. BLANCETT, Alpha Tau Omega, Chattanooga, Tenn. JAKE A. BLANTON, IR, ...... Sr. Simons Island, Ga. MARVIN HENRY BLANTON . ..,. Laurel, Miss. NORBERT-IOSEPH B-LECKMANN . . . P. J. BOATvsiR1OHT, IR., Phi Dani Ti-fm, CHARLES DANIEL BOBO ...... RICHARD H. BODINE, IR., Sigma Chi . EUGENE H. BOEKE, IR., Sigma Chi . . . OWEN MARTIN BOLIN .... NEWTON HAMILTON BOLLINGER . . . ROBERT EAVENSON BOND, Alpha Tim Omega . Decatur, PHILIP EARL BORGER, Sigma Phi Epsilon WALTON HERBERT BORING ..... IGNACE O. BOUDOUCIES, Pi Kappa Phi . ALLEN c. BOWEN, chi Phi . GEORGE THOMAS BOWERS . . LAWRENCE SUMMER BOWERS . MARION CORTEZ BOWERS . . IOHN PAINTER BOYD . . . WILLIAM CRAWFORD BOYD . WILLIAM LESTER BOYD . RICHARD Q. BOYLES, IR. . MARC BRABANT, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . NVILLIAM R. BRACEY ....... . Owensboro, Ky. Spartanburg, S. C. . . . Canton, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. Coral Gables, Fla. Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Crouse, N. C. . Greenville, S. C. . Greenville, Miss. . Lake Placid, Fla. . Moreland, Ga. . Salisbury, N. C. Birmingham, Ala. . . York, S. C. . Decatur, Ga. . Dalton, Ga. . Memphis, Tenn. . . DeLand, Fla. HENRY CROWELL BRADFORD, IR., Della Tim Dfzip, Atlanta, Ga. LEROY DANIEL BRADFORD . . ..... Wichita, Kam. FRANK BOYKIN BRADLEY, IR., Phi Della Thai, Columbus, ca. VIVIAN HERBERT BRADY, IR ..... Atlanta, Ga. CHARLES EDWARD BRANDON, Kappa Sigma, Springfield, Tenn. CARL FORD BRANSON . . WINSTON HINES BRATCHER IAMES EDWARD BRAWNER . IOSEPH X. BRENNAN . . . HAROLD REID BREWER . . . . . . ROBERT ORRIN BREWER, Pi Kappa Alpha . Beaumont, Texas Hot Springs, Ark. . Greenville, Ga. Newnan, Ga. College Park, Ga. . Arlington, Va. THOMAS N. BRIDGES, Phi Kappa Sigma, Kings Mountain, N. C. IOHN R. BRIDGEWATER ..... . . . Riddleton, Tenn. NORMAN DONALDSON BRIGGS ...... Chaffee, Mo. GEORGE H. BRODNAX, III, Phi Delta Theta . . Atlanta, Ga. ROY EDSEL BROGDON .......... Alnpaha, Ga. RALPH WALDO BROOKS, IR., Pi Kappa Phi . Birmingham, Ala. CLOIS CLIFTON BROWN, IR., Kappa Alpha . . Elbcrton, HARVEY CHESTER BROWN . ....... Maiittta, OLNEY LANE BROWN . . . TAYLOR COLLIER BROWN, IR. Ga. Ga. . Savannah, Ga. . Sanfnrd, Fla. 34, 1947 GIEURGI IECH SUPHUMURECL SS THOMAS L. BROWN. IR., Lambda Chi Alpha . . Lavonia, Ga ROBERT CLAUDE BRYAN, IR., Delta Tau Della . . Tampa, Fla LUTHER F. BRYANT ......... Hattiesburg, Miss IRVING HERMAN BUCHALTER, Phi Epfilan Pi, Hattiesburg, Miss PAUL CLARENCE BUCK ...... WILLIAM C. BUCK, Phi Delta Thela . CHARLES F. BUCKLEY, IR ..... ISAAC NEWTON BUNCE, Bela Them Pi THOMAS CLAYTON BURDETTE . . . HENRY CAMERON BURN, IR., Pi Kappa IAMES HARRISON BURNHAM . . . IACKSON ALEXANDER BURRELL . . IOSEPH ALFRED BURTON ..... RAYMOND GRANBERRY BUSH, Pi Kappa FRANK LOGAN BUTLER, IR ..... WILLIAM MOORE BUTTS, Kappa Alpha CARLOS EDWIN BYRD ...... RUSSELL C. BYTHEXVOOD . ANDREW LEROY CADWELI.. JR. . . WILLIAM H. CAFFEY, IR., Alpha Tau Omega . . Decatur, WOOTS W. CAINES, IR ....... WILLIAM H. CALLAWAY . . . . BOBBY DAN CAMP ........ . . Silver Spring, Md . . Columbus, Ga . . Graintrec, Miss. . . . Statesbcro, Ga. . . . LaGrange, Ga. Alpha, Charleston, S. C. . . . . Atlanta, Ga . Marble Hill, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. Phi . . Atlanta, Ga . . Amcricus, Ga. . . Miami, Fla. . Marietta, Ga. . . Savannah, Ga. . . . Bainbridge, Ga Ga. . Huntington, W. Va . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Atlanta Ga. I IOSIAH CARLTON CAMPBELL, Kappa Alpha . Vicksburg, Miss ROBERT WILLIAMS CANNON . . . DAN CARDEA ..... HUGH E. CARMICI-IAE1. . THOMAS G. CARPENTER, Phi THEODORE 1NN1s CARROLL losEP1-1 LEE cARsoN, Sigma Alpha Epffl IOHN YOUMANS CARTER .... 4. . ROBERT CHURCHILL CARTER . . . WILLIAM IOHN CAMPBELL, IR., Phi Delta Theta, Columbus, Ga . . . Ionesboro, Ark. WILLIAM CARASIK, Tau Eprilon Phi . . Iacksonvillc. Fla . Welch, W. Newnan, Va. Ga. Della Thela, Winstfnn-Salem, N. C . . Providence, R. I on . . . Macon, . Fitzgerald, . . . Thomaston, YVILLIAM ALEXANDER CARTER, Kappa Sigma . East Point, IOHN F. CARVER, Chi Phi . . DAVID ALLEN CATES . . IACK CLEMENTS CAUSEY . ROBERT C. CAUTHORN . . . THOMAS FRANCIS CHAMBERS, Chi Phi WILLIAM C. CHAMBERLAIN . IACK WILSON CHANCEY . EDDIE GILBERT CHANDLER, IR. . . . . . Atlanta, . . . Atlanta, . . . . Atlanta, . Daytona Beach, Ga. Ga. Ga Ga Ga. Ga. Ga Fla . Los Angeles, Calif . . Franklin, N. C . Covington, . . Atlanta, IAMES EARL CHAPMAN, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Macon, SHELDON LEE CHAPMAN ..... . . . Waycross, IAMES SHELLYCHARLES, IR., Kappa Alpha . . Atlanta, IAMES GARVIN CI-IASTAIN, Kappa Alpha IAMES ROY CHASTEEN ...... IOEL FRANK CHEELY . . . IRVING LUETELLUS CHENEY . . . IAMES GEORGE EDWARD CHILDERS . DEAN HAROLD CHILDRESS . . . GERALD FRANKLIN CHILDRESS . IRVIN M. CITRON, Alpha Epsilon Pi . CLIFFORD HAROLD CLACK . IORGE FIDEL CLARE EUGENE R. CLARK, IR., Alpha Tau Omega . . JACK wRxGHT CLARK ...... WILLIAM B. CLARK, sigma chi . . . LEE MASSEY CLARKSON, JR., chi Phi BLUE Ga. Ga Ga Ga. Ga . . . Leland, Miss . Iacksonville, Fla . . Lakeland, Fla . Carrollton, Ga . . Tallahassee, Fla . , Pickens, S. C . . Atlanta, Ga . Atlanta, Ga . . Decatur, Ga . Albany, Ga . . Iacksonvillc, Fla . . . Savannah, Ga . Atlanta, Ga PRI I SOPHOMORIE Cl SS WALTER JAMES CLEVELAND . . JOHN ROBERT CLIETT . . . . JOHN THOMAS CLIFTON . . . JOHN EDWARD COBB, Sigma Nu . . . VAN ZIEGLER COCHRAN, Alpha Tau DONALD R. COLE, JR ....... Ome GEORGE RADCLIFFE COLTON, II . . . HENRY WALTHOUR COMPTON . . Hattiesburg, Miss. LEDLIE WILLIAM CONGER, JR., Kappa Alpha . . Atlanta, J. W. CONNER, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . WILSON A. CONNER, Kappa Alpha . THOMAS W. CONNOLLY, Chi Phi . JOHN JAMES CONOLEY, JR., Kappa Alpha WESTER JOSEPH CONSTANTIN WELDON DONALD COPELAND . MORRIS ROBERTSON CORY . . I-IORACE LAVANDER COWART . CHARLES DAVIS COX . . . . . HOLLIS WESLEI' OOX, JR. . JOHNVISAAC cox, JR., Lambda CLINTON MONROE CRABTREE, JR. . . CHARLES A. CRANE ...... JULIUS P. CRAWFORD . . . HERBERT LEE cRAWsoN . chi Alpha JAMES ALVIN CREECI-I ....... WILLIE CLARENCE CRENSHAW .... WILLIAM III: CROMER, JR., Drlla Tau Della ROBERT SAMUEL CROOKE ...... TOM ATKINSON CROSSLEY, Sigma chi . JOHN M. OULGAN ....... EDWARD STANTON CUMMINGS . . . CHARLES WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM . . FRED HAROLD CURLIN, Phi Della Thcla . DONALD JOHN CURRAN ....... . Bainbridge, Ga. . Savannah, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. ga . Covington, Ga. St. Petersburg, Fla. . . . Tulsa, Okla. . . Savannah, Ga. Ga. . . . Tampa, Fla. . Toccoa, Ga. . Marietta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Marrero, La. . Alpharetta, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. . . Fitzgerald, Ga. College Park, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Tampa, Fla. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Memphis, Tenn. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Portsmouth, Va. . . LaGrange, Ga. . . Waycross, Ga. . . Pensacola, Fla. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Pittsburgh, Pa. . Greenville, S. C. . Carrollton, Ga. . . Tampa, Fla. Waymart, Pa. DARBY WILLIAM CUSACK, Delta Tau Della . Florence, S. C. CHARLES ERNEST DAFFIN, Alpha Tau Omega, Tallahassee, Fla CHARLES BRYAN DANIEL ..... St. Simons Island, Ga. CHARLES ELMER DANIEL, JR., Kappa Sigma . Charleston, S. C CI-IARLES LESTER DANIELS, Alpha Tau Omega, East Point, Ga CHARLES WILLIAM DANIELS, Sigma Chi . . Mobile, Ala JOSEPH F. DARSEY, Alpha Tau Omega . BENJAMIN GARY DAVENPORT, JR. . . CHARLES LEWIS DAVIDSON, JR., Phi Della ARTHUR WEBSTER DAVIS . . RONALD D. DAVIS, Bela Thela Pr WILLIAM ALBERT DAVIS . . . WILLIAM VANCE DAVIS . GORDON NEAL DAVISON . ERNEST CALVERT DAWSON, III THEODORE CONRAD DAWSON .... STANLEY D. DEASON, JR ....... ROBERT STUBBS DeBORDE . . BENNIE LOUIS DeLOACH, Pi Kappa Phi HARRY WARE DeMILLE, III, Sigma Chi . THOMAS C. DENMARK . . . . FRANK W. DENNINGTON . . . . . . . . Havana , Fla . Greenville, S. C The-la, Lithonia, Ga . Willacoochee, Ga Ft. Lauderdale, Fla . . Augusta, Ga . . Marietta, Ga Johnson City, Tenn Ga , Pi Kappa Phi, Atlanta, McClellanviIle, S. C . . Brunswick, Ga . . Atlanta, Ga . . Atlanta, Ga . Atlanta, Ga . . Atlanta, Ga . . . Atlanta, Ga CLIFTON O. DENNY, JR.,PhiDel1a Them, Winston-Salem, N. C JAMES WILLIAM DENNY, JR. .,..... Augusta, Gu JOHN THOMAS DENT, JR., Sigma Alpha Ep.rilari,f,Macun, Ga HARRY EDWARD DeWEESE ........ ' 'A1Ianta,'G:I fila 1947 GEURGI SUPHUMURE lil SS FREDERICK DONALD DIAL, IR. GEORGE WALTER DICE , . . GORDON EARL DILL, Sigma Nh . . WILLIAM RUSH DILLINGHAM . . IACK CARTER DILLON, Bala Thcla Pi MALCOLM RUTHERFORD DIXON, IR. EDWARD KINGMAN DOMINGOS, IR RAYFORD LESTER DOMINY . . . CHARLES VON CANON DONALDSON . . CARL HAZIL DORR ...... ALVA CRAWFORD DOWNS, IR. . FREDERICK FORD DRESSEL, IR. . HARVEY KAHN DRUCKER, Tau Epsilon Ph ROBERT EMMETT DUCEY, Sigma Nu . . CARLTON STANLEY DUGGAN, Phi Della GEORGE ELBERT DUNCAN . . WILLIAM GUY DUNN, Sigma Chi TIMOTHY H. DURRETT, Phi Della Theta IOHN F. DNVIGGINS, Sigma Chi . CHARLES WESLEY DYER, IR. . WALTER S. EANES, Sigma Alpha Epsilon ELLIOTT EDELMAN, Tau Epxilon Phi . ROLFE E, EDMONDSON, IR. ..... LUTHER W. ELLENWOOD, Della Sigma Phi GLENN CLYDE ELLIS ...... West IAMES HENRY ELLIS, IR., Dslm Tau Delta IUNIUS ROBERT ELLIS, IR. . . . R. L. ELLIS, IR., Chi Phi .... IIMMY LEE ELROD ....... IAMES H. ELSINGER, Delta Tan Delia LEWIS C. EMERSON, Alpha Tan Omega . . . PHILIP IRWIN EMMER ...... IOSEPH W. ENDSLEY .V ..... ROBERT FORD ENGEMAN, Sigma N14 RAY THOMAS ERVIN, Pi Kappa .-llpha . . Hialeah, Fla. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Greenville, S. C. . Atlanta, Ga. . Macon, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Montrose, Ga. Chattanooga, Tenn. Easley, S. C. . Watkinsville, Ga. . . Augusta, Ga. i . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Savannah, Ga. Thcla, Moultrie, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Orlando, Fla, . . Anniston, Ala. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Danville, Ind. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Savannah Ga. HERBERT EUGENE ESCHEN, Lambda Chi Alpha, Key Vllest, ROBERT EDWARD ESKEW, Pi Kappa Alpha . . EUGENE MARION ESPY EMORY PAUL ESTEP . . . . . . ELLIS EDWARD ESTES ....... n LAGREE PERRY ESTES, IR., Alpha Tau Omega, Rutledge, CHARLES CASWALLON EVANS .... THOMAS D. EVANS, IR., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Savannah, MIKE E. EVERETT, IR., Sigma Alpha Epxilon . Atlanta, THOMAS ALFRED FANCHER, Sigma Alpha EMANUEL C. FARBER GLENN A. FEAGIN ........ Palm Beach, Fla. . . Augusta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Gu. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Marietta, Ga. . Tampa, Fla. Columbia, S. C. . Miami Beach, Fla. . Orlando, Fla. . . Newark, N. I. . Santiago De Cuba Fla. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Roda, Va. . . . Marietta, Ga. Ga. . Birmingham, Ala. Ga. Ga. Eprilon, Miami, lla. . . Americus, Ga. SOL NORMAN FEINBERG, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Charleston, S. C. CHARLES S. FELNER, Lambda Chi Alpha . . Millcrsburg, ELLIS TARQUIN FERNANDEZ, IR .... DAKIN BENNETT FERRIS, IR., Phi Della THOMAS HERBERT FIELDER .... THOMAS WILLIAM FINCH ...... IAMES REUBEN FINCHER, Sigma Chi . . ALLEN BURTON FINE ..... BOYD WYATT FINK, Della Tun Delia . . HUGH WAKEFIELD 'FISHER ' IACK FITZGERALD ........ MILTON IOSEPH FIVEL ...... Ky. . Iacksonville, Fla. Thrla . Griliin, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. Caroga Lake, N. Y. . . LaGrange, Ga. . Norfolk, Va. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Tampa, Fla. . . Portsmouth, Vu. BENNIE GIRLON FLAKE, Sigma Phi Epxilvrx lElIH Bl E PRI I SIIPHIIMII CECIL V. FLENNIKEN . . . ALBERT HAYNES FLOWERS, IR. CHARLES MCCREARY FLOWERS IAMES WORTH FOLGER . . EDO CASPER FOLKERTS . . . IAMES LEON FORESTER, IR. IOHN HAROLD FOSTER . . . JOHN HERBERT FOUNTAIN . WILL DOC FOWLKES, sigma Clif ISAAC VARON FRANCO . . WILLIAM ERSKINE FRASER DAVID M. FROMER ..,. WALTER IOHN FROST MARTIN LUTHER FULLER., IR. ROBERT CARLYLE FULLER . WILLIAM OLIVER FULMER . WILLIAM READE FULTON . . , Phi Della Th RE Ill SS . Georgetown, S. C. . Palmetto, Fla. eta, Columbus, Ga. . . Decatur, Ga. Milledgcville, Ga. . Memphis, Tenn. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Lockport, N. Y. Dyersburg, Tenn. . . Lima, Peru . Brooklyn, N. Y. Hattiesburg, Miss. From Royal, Va. Columbia, S. C. I . . N. Carolina A JOHN H. FURET, Sigina Phi Epsilon, La Romona, Dominican Rep. FRED WILLIAM GAI-IR, .Sigma Chi LEON JACKSON GARNER, IR. . JOHN WASHINGTON GARRETT SIDNEY RICHARDSON GARRETT WILLIAM LEE OARRE'r'r, Phi Deli LAURENOE HENRY GARY . . . LEON ORVILLE GASKINS . . . RALPH EDWIN GEIGER- NATI-IANIEL SAUL GELBTUC WALTER PAUL GIBSON, IR. . WILLIAM ELLIS GIESLER . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Huntland, Tenn. . . . . Batan Rouge, La. aTheta . . Fort Valley, Ga. . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . ..... Atlanta, Ga. McRae, Ga. H, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . . . Nashville, Tenn. . . . . . Martinsville, Va. CHARLES GRADY GIFFIN, lambda Chi Alpha . Atlanta, Ga. ALBERT KIRVEN GILBERT, IR., Phi Della Thcla, Columbus, Ga. ROBERT MONTE GILL, Kappa Alpha .... Iacksonville, Fla. IAMES ALBERT GILLESPIE, IR. . CHARLES WILLIAM GLANKLER IEONARD EARL GLEASON, sigm GEORGE LEAK GLUYAS, Delta sig MARION I. GOBER . . . IOHN STEUART GOLDER . . . ASA L. GOLDMAN .... . . WM. I-I. GOODLOE, IR, Sigma Phi Epxilori, Neptune Beach, MARTIN BLOCK GOODMAN, Phi GRADY CHAPMAN GOODROE . IAMES MARION GOODSON, IR. THOMAS WATSON GOOLSBY, IR. . MENDEL T. GORDON .... WILLIS GOULD GORDON, Lambda DOYLE ALEC GRAHAM .... GEORGE WILLIAM GRAY . IAMES DON GRAY, Delia Tau Della STANLEY HARRIS GRAY . . . IOHN ROBERT GREEN .... THOMAS HARRISON GREEN, IR. HENRY L. GREENE, IR., Lambda . . . Augusta. Ga. . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. a Alpha Epsilon, Atlanta, Ga. ma Phi . . . Iackson, Miss. . . . Covington, Ga. . . . Washington, D. C. . . . . . Meridian, Miss. Fla. Epsilon Pi, Miami Beach, Fla. . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Mt:Calla, Ala. . . . . Marietta, Ga. . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. Chi Alpha . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . New Orleans, La. . Vero Beach, Fla. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Tallahassee, Fla. . . . Rolling Fork, Ga. . . . . . Waco, Texas Chi Alpha, Warrington, Fla. WILLIAM HERBERT GREENE, Sigma Nu . . Kingsport, Tenn. WILLIAM THOMAS GREENE, IR., FANCIS ALLISON GREGORY . CHARLES HENRY GRIFFENBURG, IOHN DUNCAN GRIFFIN . . IAMES OLIVER GRIGSBY . EDGAR HEMBREE GROSS . Della Tau Delta, Macon, Ga. . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. IR. . . Philadelphia, Pa. . . . . . . Dalton, Ga. . Fountain City, Tenn. . Tracy City, Tenn. 574. 1947 GIEURGI SUPHUMUREIHASS RALPH THOMPSON GROSS . . ROBERT P. GROSS .... . WEBSTER GROSS, IR ...,.... WILFRED EDWARD GROSS, IR., Phi Della HAROLD MELVIN GRUMANN .... IRNVIN I. GUNSHOR, Alpha Epazaa Pi . LARRY ARNOLD GUNTER . FRANCISCO GUTIERREZ . . . HARRY AGEE HACKWORTH . IOSEPH EDWARD HAGEN ..... IAMES TABER HAIGLER ...... Avondale Estates, Ga. Avondale Estates, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. Theta, Columbus, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Havana, Cuba . Knoxville, Tenn. . . Savannah, Ga. . . . . Ellijay, Ga. NEWT MORRIS HALLMAN, Della Tau Della . . Atlanta, Ga. RAYMOND C. HAMILTON, IR., Sigma Chi HERSCHEL HENRY HAMLEN .... ALEXANDER DUDLEY HAMMOND . FRANK ERVINE HANRINSON, III . . JOHN E. HANLIN ...... AUBREY LAMAR HANNA . EDWARD GULEKE HANSEN . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Marietta, Ga. . . . Marietta, Ga. . College Park, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Quincy, Fla. . Nanuet, N. Y. PAUL BREZEE HANSON . . . Thomaston, Ga. HARRY FRANK HARDY .....,.. Cheyenne, Wyo. SAMUEL GRAHAM HARDY, IR., Theta Chi . . . Rome, Ga. WILBUR EBERETT HARKNESS, IR. . . . Marietta Place, Ga. PHILIP WYATT HARPER, Phi Gamma Della, Tallahassee, Fla. BEEMER CLIFFORD HARRELL, Phi Della Theta, Marshville, N. C. GEORGE TEMPLE HARRIS, Sigma Chi . JAMES LYLES HARRIS, Baia Thela Pi . . IOHN w. HARRIS, III, Pi Kappa Alpha . PHILIP GUY HARRIS, IR., Kappa Sigma . BRUCE EUQUA HARRISON ..... FRED LAWTON HARRISON, IR. . . . FRED WILLIAM HARRISON, Lambda Chi GEORGE T. HARRISON ...... ALLEN CHRISTOPHER HART . CARTER HART, IR. ....... . CHARLES W. HARWELL, IR., Sigma Chi . Morristown, Tenn. Blowing Rock, N. C. . . Memphis, Tenn. . Spartanburg, S. C. . . Milan, Tenn. . . Aberdeen, Miss. Alpha, Bessemer, Ala. . . Sandcrsville, Ga. . . Marietta, Ga. . Kountze, Texas . . Cordele, Ga. TIM WESTON HAULBROOK, IR ........ Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT N. HAUSER, IR.,Sigma Alpha Epxilon, Greensboro, N. C. THOMAS ISHMAEL HAWKINS .... . . . Atlanta, Ga. GEO. B. HAWTHORNE, IR., Sigma Alpha Epxilan, Sylvester, Ga. CHARLIE BOB HAYNIE ....... WAYNE DIMLING HEASLEY, Sigma Chi Stone Mountain, Ga. . . . Orlando, Fla. IAMES L. HENDERSON, Kappa Alpha .... Hampton, Ga. ALFRED LAWRENCE HENDRY, Phi Gamma Della, Tampa, Fla. IOHN A. HENRY ......... WILLIAM GEORGE HENSLEY . THOMAS C. HERNDON .... ALPHAEUS CARLTON HERRING . LOUIS ALDEN HIETT ...... KENNETH B. HILL, Kappa Sigma , . . . . . Marion, Ala. . Daisy, Tenn. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Macon, Ga. . Memphis, Tenn. . . . Sun1ter,S. C. GEORGE KENNETH HILLARD, Della Sigma Phi, Louisville, Ky. WILLIAM ELLIS HINES ...... WILLIAM KNOX HINTON ..... . . Decherd, Tenn. . . . . Tate, Ga. WILLIAM L. HIRSHBERG, IR., Phi Eprilon Pi . Sumter, S. C. LINDER C. HOBBS ........ . . . Clarkston, Ga. NELSON W. HOCKING, IR., Pi Kappa Alpha, Martins Ferry, Ohio ALLEN DEAN HODGE, Tau Epsilon Phi . HAROLD ANTHONY HOESCHEN . . IOHN MOSS HOGG ..... EDWARD LEE HOLCOMB . . Chattanooga, Tenn. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Athens, Ga. TECH Bl E PRI I 39? SIIPHIIMURE JACK OLIVER HOLLADAY .... OSWALD HOLLAND, JR., Sigma N11 . HOWARD RICHARD HOLLEY, JR. . MYRON DOYLE HOLLIIVIAN ....... Toomsboro, CHARLES HAYDEN I-IOLLINGSWORTH . Cl SS . Eastover, S. C. . Albany, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. WM. W. HOLLINGSWORTH, Sigma Phi Liprilon, Berkeley, Calif. HARRY LAMAR .HOLLOMON, Sigma Alpha ERNEST BRADY HONEYCUTT, JR .... EUGENE HORNE, JR. ..... . DOUGLAS NEWELL HORNER ..... FRANK WILLIAM HOUPT, Alpha Tau Omega . . Atlanta, WALTER LAWRENCE HOUSE ..... VICTOR M. Hovrs, JR ...... WILLIAM LEE HowAIzD .. . . . JOHN CHRISTOPHER HDWINGTON CHARLES SHANNON HOWLAND, JR JAMES c. HUCKABY ..... IOHN ALDEN HUDSON . CRESWELL DAVID HUEF- . . . CARL A. HUGHES, JR., Kappa sigma . . CLIFFORD w'. HUGHES, IR., Lzmbda DAVID It. HUMPHREY ..... DANIEL owmos HUMPHIIEYS, Jn. EMIIIETT RAYMOND HUNTER Chi LEE OWEN HUNTER SAM MARVIN HUNTER ' CHARLES Mari HUTCHINGS, Theta Chi . FORREST G. HUTCHINGS, JR ..... GLENN JUNIOR HYGI-I, Bela Them Pi . RAY INGLETT, Lambda Chi Alpha . . JOSEPH KENNETH JACKSON . . . NEWMAN ARLEONARD JACOBS, JR. . SHERMAN JAFFE ....... JOHN BOB JAMES .... EUGENE ROBERT JAMES, JR. . . . . WILLIAM IRA JAMES, JR., Bela Them Pi ROBERT J. JANUARY .... CHARLES WENDELL JAUDON . . . DAVE HENRY JENKINS ...... LATHROP K. JENNISON, Phi Della Thcla . CARLOS HOWARD JERDEN, JR., Sigma Chi, ABRAHAM JOSE SANTIAGO JIDY . . . Epsilon, Macon, Ga. . Rock Hill, S. C. . . Americus, Ga. .Bigstonc Gap, Va. Ga. . Douglasvillc, Ga. . Montgomery, Ala. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Beaumont, -Texas Douglasvillc, Ga. . Marietta, Ga . Jonesboro, Tenn. . . . Atlanta, Ga. Alpha, Bradenton, Fla. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Paris, Tenn. . . . Rome, Ga. . Rockmart, Ga. . Springfield, Mo. . 4. Atlanta, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Eastville, Va. . . Trenton, Tenn. . Atlanta, Ga. . Marietta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. Chattanooga, Tenn. . . Havana, Cuba EDWIN L. JOHNSON, JR. .... . Hapcvillc, Gu. LOUIS M. JOHNSON, Della Sigma Phi. . Atlanta, Ga, RAY EUGENE JOHNSON .... . Atlanta, Ga. WESLEY F. JOHNSON .... . Atlanta, Ga. CHARLES MCCREADY JOHNSTON . . . . Atlanta, Ga. HOWARD C. JOHNSTON, Della Tim D4-lm . .. Atlanta, Ga MAX BRANDON JOLLEY ....... . Chester, Ga. WALTER HOWELL JOLLY, JR ....... . Atlanta, Ga. CLARENCE WINFIELD JONES, JR., Bam Them Pi, Atlanta, Ga. JAMES CALVIN JONES .......... Zebulon, Ga. JOHN EDWARD JONES, Pi Kappa Alpha . Huntington, W. Va. RAYMOND A. JONES, JR., Sigma Chi . . Panama City, Flu. SIDNEY WILDS JONES, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . North, S. C. JOHN CALVIN JUREIT ........ . Atlanta, Ga. MARK BUMBAUGH KAHL WILLIAM 'WALLACE KARY . - - AIISFIIHI G3- JOHN H. KASTANAKIS . . . . . PcnSaC0l3, F111- HOMER EUGENE KAUFMAN . . Ma-rietta, Ga. f7Ae 1947 Bl E PRI S TECH UPHUMURE FRANK STUART KIEENE, IR., Pi Kappa IAMES T. KEEVER ........ GEORGE CLIFTON KELLEY .... I'I. L. KELLY ......... GENE AUSTIN KEMP, Alpha Tau Omega WILLARD SPLAN KEMPER .... IACK SERVILL KENDA LL ..... EDWARD P. KENNY. IR., Dvlla Tau Della . . ELWOOD CAMPBELL KENT IOI-IN LEWIS KEOWN . . RALPI-I B. KERCE . . . IIOYT EUGENE KILGORE . Alpha . Atlanta, S Ga. Ga . . . . . Decatur, . . Marietta, Ga. . Decatur, Ga. Ga. . Alumbin, Mangum, Okla. Florence, S. C, . Augusta, Ga. Memphis, Tenn. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Rome, Ga. . Chattanooga, Tenn. BENIAMIN FRANKLIN KING, III, Beta Them Pi . Mobile, Ala. CLARENCE LAMAR K ING ..... . . . . AtlaIIta, Ga. EDWARD LEWIS KING, Alpha Tall Omega . . . Atlanta, Ga. THOMAS MONROE KING ........ Memphis, Tenn. WILLIAM CLYDE KING, IR. . . . . WILFRED THOMAS KING, IR., Kappa Alpha . . Atlanta, GEORGE WILLIAM KIRK, Sigma cm ..... Orlando, HARROLD LEE KITCI-IENS, Phi Gamma ARTHUR I. KLINGON, IR., Alpha Tan WILLIAM KING KNIGHT ..... IOI-IN AUGUST KNOELLER ...... Ridgewood, N. IOHN PETER KNUDSEN, La1nbzI.1 Chi Alpha . . . Atlanta, ALPI-IONSE S. KOCAY . . MYRON KOPLIN ...., WILLIAM IOHN KORCHAK . CLARENCE OTIS LAMOREUX . IAMES G. LANCASTER . . IOE C. LANE, IR. . . HARRY HARVEY LANGSTON, Kappa Alpha IOHN WYATT LANKFORD, Kappa Alpha . ALBERT RATLIFF LANSING, Kappa Alpha . WILLIAM W. LA ROCI-IE . FRANCIS CLARK LASETER . HERBERT KENDALL LASTER . ALBERT WILLARD LATHAM . CHARLES S. LAUBLY . . . ROBERT HARRIS LAUGHLIN . IRA T LAYFIELD ..... WILLIAM G. LAYTON . . MILLEDGE GROVER LEACI-I . LEON V. LEBOVITZ ....... CHARLES VEAZEY LeCRAW, Chi Phi . FRED WILBUR LEE, Kappa Sigma . . LAWRENCE IRVING LEFSTEAD . . . IOSEPH CHARLES LEIFER, Tau Epfilan ELMER A. LEVIE ........ HENRY LEVY I-IARLOW EDVVIN LICI-ITWARDT, . . . . . . Dalton, Ga. Ga. Fla. Della, Dry Beach, Fla. Omega, Columbus, Ga. . . Milleclgeville, Ga. Y. Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Macon, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Spartanburg, S. C. . . . Bolton, Miss. . Bainbridge, Georgia . Iacksonville, Fla. . Lynchburg, Va. . McComb, Miss. . . Savannah, Ga. . Coronado, Fla. , Memphis, Tenn. . Marietta, Ga. . Maywood, Ill. . . Savannah, Ga. . Milledgeville, Ga. . Thomasville, Ga. . Milledgeville, Ga. . Chattanooga, Tenn. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Tampa, Fla. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. Phi, Miami Beach, Fla. . . LaFayette, Ga. . . '. Detroit, Mich. EDWARD H. LINDBLOM, IR., Sigma Alpha Epfflfm, Miami, FIR. HIRAM EDWARD LINDSEY, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . Atlanta, Ga. HARRY VAUGI-IN LINDSEY, IR., Pm' Della Thrza, Richnnds, va. GEORGE ARNOLD LINTON ..... GINO LITRICO . ...... . . .FARRIS R. LITTLE, IR., Kappa Sigma . . Birmingham, Ala. . Fcrnadina, Fla. . . Charlotte, N. C. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS LITTLE, Kappa Signm . Charlotte, N. C. HENRY MAGBY LLOYD ...... . . . Bclzoni, Miss. MARSHALL ARMSTRONG LOCI-IRIDGE, Chi Phi . Atlanta, Ga. IAMES AUBREY LOCKE . ...... Georgetown. S. C. Bl E PRI I U SIIPHIIMURE CLASS BEN DAVID LOEWINSON . , Atlanta, Ga. GERARDO ANGEL LOPEZ . , , Havana, Cuba VICTOR O. LOPEZ . . . Sancti Spiritus, Cuba ENRIQUE LOPEZ-MORALES . . . . Havana, Cuba CORTLAND R. LOWE . . . Albany, Ga, PETER LEWIS LOWENFELD . , Adams, Ga. RICHARD F. LOWERY . . .. Chickamnuga, Ga. EDWIN IOSEPI-I LOWREY . . . .... Clinton, Miss. HUGH WINTERS LOWREY ........ Clinton, Miss. ALBERT ALBERTHA LOYD, Phi Gamma Delta . . Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT EARL LUCAS ........ Iacksonvillc, Fla. IOI-IN LONG GIDEON LUDLOW, Pi Kappa Alpha, Westfield, N. I. BURKE P. LUKEY ...... . Georgetown, Ga. ROBERT MAXIE LUPO, Sigfna Chi . . Atlanta, Ga. IOSEPH ALBERT LUTES ,... . Atlanta, Ga. CHARLES GAMBLE LYLE ..... . . Grilin, Ga. BENSON KEITH MADDOX, Kappa Alpha . Atlanta, Ga. HAROLD SUDDETI-I MALCOLM, IR. . . Atlanta, Ga. HENRY RYAN MALONE, Sigma Phi Epsilon . New York, N. Y. IOI-IN A. MALONE ............ Allen, Md. RICHARD WATKINS MALONE, Sigma Chi . Chattanooga, Tenn. WILLIAM IAMES MALONE, III, Kappa Sigma . . Macon, Ga. ARTHUR ABRAHAM MANNING, Tau Epsilon Phi, Savannah, Ga IAMES ROSE MARABLE, IR ..... . . . Columbia, S. C ARTHUR ELLIOTT MARKS, Tau Epsilon Phi . . . Atlanta, Ga EDMOND OLIVER MARLOW, IR. .... . HAROLD E. MASBACK, IR ........ Hattiesburg, Miss New York, N. Y FERRIN Y. MATTHEWS, Chi Phi . . . . . Florala, Ala IOHN I. MATHISON, IR., Phi Gamma Delta, Wheeling, W. Va GERALD HOLMES MATTHEWS . . . . New York, N. Y IOE EDWARD MATTHEWS, Delia Tau Della . . Concord, Ga WILLIAM CLAY MATTHEWS, Phi Delta Theta, Charleston, S. C LEON I-IERBERT MAURER, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Miami Beach, Fla IEAN THOMAS MeARTI-IUR ....... Pensacola, Fla IOHN NEWTON MCBRIDE, Bala Thcla Pi . Murfreesboro, Tenn CHARLES PUND MCCANLESS, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Canton, Ga ARCH HUBERT MCCLESKEY, IR. ...... Woonstock, Ga CLAYTON IACKSON MCCOMMON, Kappa Alpha . . Macon, Ga MARION BACON MCCOY ........ Chamblee, Ga CHARLES CURTIS MCCRARY ....... Marietta, Ga WILLIAM PAYNE MCCUEN, Sigma Alpha Epfilan, Savannah, G21 I-IUGI-I C. MCCULLOUGH, Alpha Tau Omega, Montgomery, Ala HARRY I. MCDARGI-I, III, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Atlanta, Ga OTTICE MCFATTER .......... Sugartown, La IOHN MCINTOSH ........ . . Auburn, N. Y PAUL G. MCKINLEY, IR., Kappa Alpha, West Palm Beach, Fla IARMON CLAYTON MCKINNEY, IR. ..... Miami, Fla IOE MORGAN MCKINNEY .... . Atlanta. Ga RALPH HAYES MCKINNEY .... . . Gadsden, Ala LAUGHLIN CI-IALMERS MCLEAN, IR .... Birmingham, Ala Ga IAMES HERBERT MCLEMORE, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Atlanta, ROBERT A. MCLEMORE, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Atlanta, Cn BILL MCMILLIN ......... . . Louisville, Miss EUGENE MCNALLY - Milfidla, Gil DANIEL C. MCNEIL, Kappa Alpha .... Hattiesburg, Miss KVM. COATSYVORTI-I MCPHERSON, Beta Theta Pi, Atlanta, Ga CHARLES MURRAY MCQUAID ...... Iacksonvillc, WILLIAM HENRY MCTEER ....... Yemassee, S. C EDWIN ARIEL MCWHORTER, IR., Sigma Nu . . Savannah, Ga IOSEPH VICTOR MEISTER, Tau Epsilon Phi, Mount Vernon, N. Y 3 e 1947 GE URGI IECH Bl SUPHUMURECIASS KENNETH C. MELVIN . . GEORGE R. MENDE, IR. . PIERCE MERRY, IR., Chi Phi . IOSEPH W. MEYER . . . LEON H. MEYER . . RICHARD L. MEYER . WILLIS ARNOLD MIDDLETON . DONALD ROBERT MIDDOUR .... IAMES DEWITT MILLER, Alpha Tau omega RICHARD ALLAN MILLER CHARLES LEE MILLS .... . IAMES B. MILNER, Kappa Alpha . SAMUEL COOPER MINNIS ..... south P EDWIN IAMES MINTON, Della Tau Della REID MISENHEIMER, IR ...... WILLIAM LOUIS MITCHELL . CHARLES ROBERT MONK . IOHN HARRISON MONK . MELVIN H. MOONEY, IR ....... FORREST LEON MOORE ....... . Leary, . Atlanta, . Augusta , . . Atlanta, Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga, Navasota , Texas . Meridian, Miss. . Evergreen, Ala. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Dalton, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Rome, Ga. ittsburgh, Tenn. . Ft. Pierce, Fla. Gainesville, Ga. . Florence, Ala. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. Ga. AUGUSTUS DEVROW VALIN MOORE, Sigma Chi, Atlanta, Wilmington, N. C. IAMES A. MOORE, IR. . . . . Baltimore, Md. RAYMOND GEORGE MOORE AINSLIE IAMES MOO-YOUNG . . . St. Thomas, Iamaica IOI-IN I. MORGAN, sigma Nu . . CHARLES EDGER MORING . Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT KENDALL MORROW, Della Tau Della, Nashville, Tenn. DONALD C. MORTON, Kappa Sigma .... Iackson, Miss. GREY COBB MORTON, IR., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Meridian, Miss. ROBERT MOSCRIP, III, Sigma Chi .,.... Orlando, Fla. THOMAS MOSKAL, IR ........ Spring Valley, N. Y. IAMES COLLIER MULLINS, IR., Pi Kappa Alpha . Atlanta, Ga. CARL W. MULLIS, IR., Delia Tau Delta . . . Lancaster, S. CI. ROBERT FRASER MUNROE, Phi Delta Thela . . Quincy, IAMES D. MURPHY, IR., Alpha Tau Omega . . Atlanta, Ga. EDWARD MURRAY .......... Fitzgerald, Fla. Ga. ISSAC EMERSON MURRAY, IR ....... Durham, N. C. GARLAND WHITFIELD MUSE, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Atlanta, Ga. WILLIAM HENRY MUSE, Alpha Tau Omega BRUNS MCKIE MYERS, IR ....... THOMAS DEWEY NABORS DAN LeNOIR NEIGHBORS, Kappa Alpha . ARTHUR EMIL NELSON, IR. .... . . Iackson, Tenn. . Iackson, Miss. . Atlanta, Ga. Scarsdale, N. Y. EDWIN KING NELSON, III, Kappa Alpha . . Tampa, Fla. WILLIAM EARL NEWBERRY ..... . Lizella, Ga. BRADFORD NEWSOM . . . . Macon, Ga. I-IOMER LEE NEWSOME . . . . Savannah, Ga. RICHARD WILSON NEWSOME . . Madison, Ga. CLINTON B. NEWTON, Kappa Alpha . . . Lycns, Ga. STANLEY M. NEY ......... . Marietta, Ga, IONATHAN P. NICHOLS, III, Sigma Chi . . Bradenton, Fla. HENRY LOUIS NIELSEN, IR ...... Iacksonville, Fla. DAVID RAY NIMOCICS, IR., Kappa Alpha . . Gainesville, Ga. ROBERT c. NISBET ....... Madisonville, Ky. RAYMOND NOAR ......... Mineola, N Y, IAMES SUTTLE NOLAN, Kappa Alpha .... Macon, Ga. WILLIAM ARTHUR NORRIS ....... Cheyenne, Wyo. GUY HAYNES NORTHCUTT, IR., Alpha Tau Omega, Marietta, Ga. IOHN EDGAR OAKLEY, Phi Kappa Sigma . . Petersburg, Va. ORIS LEROY O'DANIEI, .,..... . Marietta, Ga. E PRI I IQ i 3, Li I I . -Ha, i I. -.1-AI-4-1 . 43 SOPHOMORE lil SS ALFRED D. ODOM, IR ........... Atlanta, Ga. IOHN EUSTACE O'KEEFFE, IR., Phi Della Them, Atlanta, Ga. I-IALBERT B. OLIVE . . ..... Kings Mountain, N. C. IAMES WILLIAM OLSON, Phi Della Theta, I-IUGI-ILON WALSTEIN O'NEAL .... IOHN W. O'NEAL ..... SAMUEL HASKELL ORR, Pi Kappa Alpha IOI-IN RUDOLPH OWENBY ..... FRANK CAMDEN OWENS, Chi Phi . . . CARTER N. PADEN, IR., Sigma Chi, Looknut IAMES WILLIAM PAGE ...... IAMES GARDENER PAINE . IOHN REED PALMER, Sigma Nu . MERLE W. PAQUETTE . ..... . EARL WARREN PARKER, Phi Delta Them HOOPER GORDON PATTILLO . . . ,. WALTER LENOIR PATTON, Beta Thela Pi CLIFTON DOBBS PAWLEY, Sigma Chi . Daytona Beach, Fla. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . I-logansville, Ga. . Savannah, Ga. . . . Marietta, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. Mountain, Tenn. . . . Cordele, Ga . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Ianesvillc, Wis. . Columbus, Ga. . . Litlionia, Ga. Greenville, S. C. . Miami Beach , Fla. DORT BARTLEY PAYNE.'Phi Della Thela, Winston-Salem, N. C. IAMES WILLIAM PEACH ..... . IAMES DeREMER PEARCE, III, Bela Theta THOMAS DEWEY PEARSON, IR., Chi Phi ROBERT LEE PECK, IR ....... FRANK KOHLER PEEPLES, Phi Delta Thfla . . IRA PEGUES, IR., Lambda Chi Alpha . . ALLEN BEDELL PELLETT, Phi4Delta Thrla GEORGE E. PERKINS ........ GEORGE H. PERKINS,l IR., Bm Thczu Pi IOHN -FRANK PERKINS, IR ...... LAWRENCE M. PEARLSTEIN, Tau Epxiloh THOMAS EDXVARD PERRIN ..... CHARLES A. PERRY, Lambda Chi Alpha ELMER L. PERRY, IR .... . . . DOYLE STEPHEN PETERS . . ROBERT DARDEN PETERSON . CHARLES EDGAR PHILLIPS, IR. . IOHN ARTI-IUR PI-IILPOT . DONALD MILLER PHIPPS . . IOSEPH HERSCI-IEL PIERCE . . WALTER M. PIERCE. Sigma Chi .... CHARLES V. PIKE ........ DAVID W. PINKERTON, Kappa Alpha- . STEPHEN MORISS PIOTROWSKI . . IAMES HENRY PITMAN, Alpha Tau RICHARD DIXON PITMAN . , . TARLTON CARTER PITTARD . VVILLIAM H. PITTARD ..... WALTER D. PITTMAN, Sigma Chi Ome- WILLIAM IOHN PLASKON . . BYRON HALL POLLITT . LEXVIS R. PONDER . . . WARREN S. POPE ....... MANLEY EARL PORTER ..... MURPI-IEY POUND, Sigma Alpha Epxil UH Chi BEN MADISON POWELL, IR., Sigma GEORGE E. PONVELL, Beta Thela Pi . GORDON S. POWELL, Chi Psi .... . . Little Rock, P Ark. i, St. Petersburg, Fla. Savann:th,wGa. Cullman, Ala. Savannah, Ga. . Atlanta, Ca. St. Simon, Ga. . Augusta, Ga. . Mobile, Ala. Peabody, Mass. WENDELL LONG POWER, Alpha Tull Omega . . Monroe ERNEST EUGENE PRICE, IR., Sigma Alpha lipfilon, Canton HUNTER I. PRICE, IR., Kappa Alpha . . .je 1947 Phi, Flushing, N. Y. . . . Decatur, Ga. . St. Petersburg, Fla. . . Augusta, Ga. . Brooksville, Fla. . Ionesboro, Ark, . . Atlanta, Ga. . Nashville, Tenn. . Bessemer, Ala. . , Marietta, Ga. . Coral Gables, Fla. XV:-at Palm Beach, Fla. . . Iacksonville, Fla. . . Waterbury, Conn, ga . Lake City, Fla. . . . Newnan, Ga . . Atlanta, Ga! . . Monticello, Ga, . Cartersville, Ga. . . Atlanta, ,Ga . . . Atlanta,-Gai. . Fairmont, . . . Atlanta,4:Ga. . . Springfield, S. C. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Chickamauga, Ga. . . . . Dublin, Ga. . . . Rockmart, Ga. , Ga. ,,Ga . . . Elberton, Ga GE URGI SOPHOMORE0l SS IOE CARROLL PRICE .... ARTHUR PRINCE ...... IOSEPH WORTIIEN PROCTOR . . ALLEN I. PROPP ..... . ROBERT DALE PROSSER . , HENRY CARLOS PUCKETT . EDWARD BULFIN PURCELL, IR. . . HOWARD ELLIS PURCELL ....... . Lenoir, N. C. .. Mobile, Ala. . Atlanta, Ga. Brooklyn, N. Y. Glendale, Ariz. . Atlanta, Ga. Newberry, S. C. . Savannah, Ga. ALFRED IEROME PURDY, I'hi Delta ThL'll7. Parris Island, S. C. WILLIE GRADY PUTNAM ........ RUSSEL MELVIN QUARLES ..... THOMAS 1UDsoN QUINN, RWM sigma . . CLIFFORD VVALKER RACKLEY . IOSEPH SISTRUNK RAINEY . . IOHN RATCLIFFE ...... . HARRY ALEXANDER RAUCH, IR. . EUGENE LAWRENCE RAWLS, IR. . . AMOS MARTIN RAYFIELD, IR. . HORACE D. RAYMOND, Phi Gamma Della . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Tilton, Ga. . Denver, Colo. . . Dalton, Ga. . Little Rock, Ark. . Atlanta, . Miami, . Columbus, IOSEPH RUSSELL REAGIN, IR., Phi Della Them, Carrollton, IAMES HARTLEY REECE ........ Kimberly, W. CHARLES EDWIN REED, Chi Phi ..,.. CLIFFORD E. REED, IR., Sigma Chi .... . . Cocoa, Swai nsboro, Ga. Fla, Ga. Ga. Va. Fla. Ga. HAROLD KENNETH REED, IR., Sigma Phi Epsilon, North, S. C. WILLIAM GUTHRIE REEDER ...... . Clinton, S. C. CHARLES VVESLEY REEP, Kappa Signlfl, West Palm Beach, ELI GRADY REEP, IR ........ West ARTHUR FRITHIOFF REES . . . . Fla. Palm Beach, Fla. Atlanta, Georgia MYRON ELI REES . . . . . Atlanta Ga. ANDREW WEST REID . Athens, Ga. BURT ALLEN REID, Delia Sigmz: Phi .... Pensacola, Fla. IOI-IN SEVIER REIMER .......... Decatur, Ga. WILLIAM EDWARD REISER, Della Tall Delta . Augusta Ga. GENE THORNTON RICE, Kappa Alpha .... Iilherton, Ga. ROBERT HYMER RICE, Kappa Alpha ..... Elberton, Ga. ROBERT CHARLES RICHARDS, Phi Kappa Sigma, New Castle, Pa. ROBERT CLARE RICHARDS .... . . Trenton, N. I. IOE EARLE ROBERSON, Kappa Sigma . . Daytona Beach, Fla. CHARLES PRESTON ROBERTS ....... Amory, Miss. EVERETT LEE ROBERTS, Them chi .... GEORGE AVIRETT ROBERTS, Kappa sigma MORRIS EDWARD ROBERTS, sigma chi . . . Decatur . . Macon, . Macon ROBERT EUGENE ROBERTS, Sigma Alpha Epxilon, Atlanta CHARLES FRANKLIN ROBERTSON, Chi Phi IAMES GRADY ROBERTSON, IR. . . . , IOE DYER ROBERTSON . .... . . . . Dalton . Atlanta . . Dalton 1 WILLIAM GORDON ROBERTSON, IR. . Hephzibah ' NELSON HOWARD RODGERS . . . Macon, IOHN E. ROGAN, IR., Della Sigma Phi '. . . St. Louis, DAVID H. ROGERS, Pi Kappa Alpha .... Haines City, IWHN HARRELL ROGERS, Phi Della Theta . . Iacksonville, R '.I,TER RICHARD ROONEY, Sigma Pm' Epxilo STEPHEN ARTHUR Roos, Della Tau D4-Im . . IRA ROSENRERG, ,opml Eprilon Pi . . . ALAN WOLFF ROSOLIO, Phi Epxilon Pi . . IULIAN E. ROSS, IR., Sigma Chi . . . Ft. ALFRED F. ROTHSCHILD, Tau Epxilon Phi . RAYMOND OSCAR ROWE, IR ....... IAMES FRANKLIN ROYSTER . . . . IAY EMANUEL RUBEL, Phi Epsilon Pi . . ECHSBI Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Mo. Fla. Fla. ri, Malden, Mass. Lakeworlh, Fla. . Bronx, N. Y. . Savannah, Ga. Lauderdale, Fla. Greenville, S. C. . Ringgold, Ga. Lawndale, N. C. . Okolona, Miss. l-I can To Ili ff, ! A ' ,ig 'J f i :ai '. -If 1 sl ' 'B . 3 44 SOPHOMORE Ill SS JAMES C. Rust-ITON, IR. , . 'GreenviIle, s. c. LOUIS PAUL RUSSO .... . . Atlanta, Ga. MARSHALL KELLY RUssoM . . . . Miami, Fla. MILTON 1. RYMAN, chi Phi ..... , . Dalton, Ga. ROBERT M. SAFFRAN, Trm Epsilon Phi . IOI-IN W. SAUL ......... EDWARD 1. SAUNDERS, Alpha Tau omega New York, N. Y. Charleston, S. C. . Savannah, Gu. HUGO E. SCHEUER, Delta Tau Dclla, Buenos Aires, Argentina MILTON SCHIFFMAN . ........ Brooklyn, N. Y. FRANK SCHIMMENTI ........ . Atlanta, Ga. IULIAN H. SCHOENBERG, Alpha Epxilnn Pi . Beaufort, S. C. EMORY A. SCHWALL . ...... . Moultrie, Ga. IOSEPH N. SCHWARTZ, Tau Epsilon Phi . Atlanta, Ga. WILLIAM CYRIL SCHWARTZ, Sigma Nu . . . Atlanta, Ga. RALPH B. SCOTT ........ . . Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT EARL SEABRING4 . . Chicago, Ill. EUGENE B. SEDBERRY ..,., . Augusta, Ga. IOHN WILLIAM SEITZINGER. IR. . . Hershey, Pa. ALAN SELLERS, Sigma' Phi Eplrilon ..... Memphis, Tenn. ERNEST E. SELLERS,.Sig1m1 Phi Efuilau . . . Memphis, Tenn. IERRY DANIEL SESSOMS ...... . . Scottdale, Ga. LEWIS FRANKLIN SHACKLEFORD . . Carrollton, Ga. NATHAN HOPE SHACKLEFORD . . MILTON CLYDE SHARPE, IR. . . East Point, Ga. . Abbeville, S. C. HARRY SHARTAR, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . . Atlanta, Ga. LUCIUS C. SHEEHAN, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Macon, Ga. ROBERT Af SHEFFEY, IR., Phi Gamma Delia, Bluefield, W. Va. LEONARD BARQUELL SHEFFIELD, IR ..... Atlanta, Ga. IAMES L. SHELTON ....... . Wauchula, Fla. IOHN MARSHALL SHEPARD, IR. . . Marietta, Ga. ROY STEVEN SHERER ......... Rock Hill, S. C. ROBERT HAYES SHERMAN, IR., Kappa Alpha . . Augusta, Ga. MELVIN SAUL SHEROFF, Phi-Epsilon Pi .... Boston, Mass. NVILLIAM IASON SHIPLEY, Dflld Tall Della . Savannah, Ga. WILLIAM HENRY SHIRLEY ........ Marietta, Ga. ULYSSE5 EDXVARD SHOEMAKER . . Cartersville, Ga. LOUIS WILMOUTH SHORES . . . . Greensboro, N. C. R. A. SHROPSHIRE, IR. . . . North Wilkeshoro, N. C. VINCENT IOHN SIKORA . . . . . Talladega, Ala. STEELE REYNOLDS SIMCOX ..... Izlttksonvillc, Fla. HAROLD W. SIMPSON ....... . . Atlanta, Ga. WILLIAM HARTWELL SIMS, Della Tau Della . . Ocillzt, Ga. BISHOP FRANK SMITH, Sigma .fllphn Epsilon . . Atlanta, Ga. CLARENCE EUGENE SMITH ..... . . Atlanta, Ga. EMORY DEAN SMITH . . . . . Sunny Side, Ga. JAMES CALVIN SMITH . . . . Augusta, Ga. IAN R. SMITH, Della Tun Della . . . Atlanta, Ga. MARVIN HENRY SMITH, IR. . . Culverton, Ga. ROBERT ARTHUR SMITH . . Marietta, Ga. ROBERT LAMAR SMITH . . Rome, CH- ROBERT PERRY SMITH VIRGLE IACK SMITH . . . Atlanta, Ga. WALTER ALISON SMITH ...... Covington, Tenn. WILLIAM ROBERT SMITH, Alpha Tru: Omega . Statesboro, Ga. WILLIAM TIPPINS SMITH, Alpha YIHII Omega . Decatur, Ga. WILLIAM VERNON SMITH, Kappa Sigma LOUIS F. SNEDIGAR, IR ........ Miami Beach. FIG- IAMES W, SNEED, IR., Sigma Phi Epsilon . . Ft. Pierce, Fla. SANFORD W. SOBEL, Phi Epsilon Pi . . South Orange, N. I. IULE CHRISTIAN SPACH, Phi Della Them, NVinston-Salem, N. C. 574. 1947 GIEURGI DICK BENJAMIN SPANGLER, Pi Kappa Alpha . . Griffin, Ga. ROBERT TAYLOR SPEARS, JR. . . JOSEPH SPECTOR ...... . BENJAMIN DAVID SPENCE, JR. . . . Miami, Fla. Chattanooga, Tenn. . Kissimmee, Flu. CHARLES D. SPIELBERGER . . . . LEROY SPRINGS, Sigma Alpha Epsilon WILLIAM DAVID SPROESSER . . . CHARLES MACK STACY, Sigma Chi EDWARD H. STALL, Kappa Alpha . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Fort Mill, S. C. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Wynne, Ark. Greenville, S. LEE N. STANLEY ..... Lago Colony, Aruba, N. W. I. BENJAMIN FRED STARR . ..,...... -X tlanta, Ga. JAMES THROWER STARR, Phi Deila Thcfa . . Atlanta, Gn. PASCHAL HERBERT STEED ....... Fitzgerald, Ga. DAVID BENJAMIN STEINAU, Phi Eprilon Pi . . Atlanta, Ga. MELVIN S. STEINBERG ........ Montgomery, Aln. WILLIAM T. STEPHENS, JR., MANSON WILSON STEUART .... WILLIAM F. STEVENS. Della Tau D FRANK STEWART .... JAMES EDWARD STILL, JR ..... ua ROBERT EVERETT STINE, Kappa Sig: JAMES ELWYN STOCKTON .... EDWARD A. STRAUSSER . BUFORD BANAHAR STREET . ALEX J. STRICKLAND . . FRANK DORSEY STRINGER WILLIAM SAMUEL STROUD .... GERALD LEOPOLD STRUG, Tau Epxil FREDERICK ERNEST STUART, JR. . HERBERT T. STUCKEY, Benz TIICIE Pi, . Pi Kappa filpha, Brooksville, Fla. . . Atlanta, Ga. ella, Guadalaja, Jal, Mexico . St. Louis, Panama: City, Mo. Fla. Gastonia, N. C. . Attapulgus, Ga, . Atlanta, Ga. . . Trcnton,Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Memphis, Tenn. BERTHOLD G. STUMBERG, JR., Pi Kappa Alpha, Tnllassee, 'I' ROBERT M. SUGARMAN, Tau Epsilon Phi . HUGH DORSEY SULLIVAN .... LESLIE JAMES SULLIVAN . . JOHN HENRY SUMMER . . . KENNETH WILMONT SUTTON . JAMES KENNETH TABB .... BERNARD MICHAEL TACK . . . WILLIAM EDWARD TACKABERY . CHARLES G. TATE, JR., Alpha Tun Om JAMES H. TATUM PAUL TAYLOR . . . . . . Jackson, Ga. on Phi . . Bogalusa, La. . . . Baltimore, Md. . . Atlanta, Ga. enn. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . . Rome, Gu. . Honolulu, Hnwziii . . Decatur, Ga. . Ocilla, Ga. . . . Blakely, Ga. . . Brookline, Mass. . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. ega, Morgantown, N. C. . Huntsville, Ala, WALTER LLOYD TAYLOR, Lambda Chi Alpha . I-Iinesville, Ga. WILLIAM MARTIN TAYLOR ........ Sarasota, Fla. I-IERMAN E. THIEL, Phi Kappa Sigma . . Benton, Ark. 'ALLAN EUGENE THOMAS, Sigma Chi , . Atlanta, Ga. GEORGE N. THOMAS, JR., Kappa Alpha . . Macon, Ga. ROBERT LEWIS THOMAS ..... . . Decatur, Ga. EUBERT GLENN THOMASON ...... . Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT LEE TI-IOMBLEY, JR., Kappa Sigma . . . Macon, Ga. HARRY RICHARDS THOMPSON ..... . SuEolk, Va. LEON A. THOMPSON ..... ..... C ordele, Ga. ROMULUS H. THOMPSON, A.T.U. . Dc Funiatk Springs, Flu. VERNON CARL THOMPSON . . ..... Trion, Ga. LENOX T. THORNTON ..... Tau llfiltl . iostzivt-t c. Ttct-ty, JR., uma WILLIAM LEE Ttctcus ..... . HUGH tt. TODD, JR., Sigma CHESTER CHASTEEN TOMLIN, Jia. DcWlTT FAINES TOMLINSON . . . EPRIT Chi.. . ECH Bl . Atlanta, Ga. . . Bogota, N. J. Dyersburg, Tenn. Dycrsburg, Tenn. . . Athens, Ga. Fort Worth, Texas SOPHOMORE Cl SS JULIO BERNARDO TOPP . . . Havana, Cuba JOSEPH ANTONY TORCASSI , . . . Coraopolis, Pa. WILLIAM A, TOWNSEND ..... . Brunswick, Ga. I-IIRAM LOWRY TRIBBLE, Pi Kappa Phi .... Macon, Ga. CONSTANTINE JAMES TRINGAS ..... Pensacola, Fla. HENRY TILLMAN TRUITT, JR., Sigma Alpha Eprilon, Atlanta, Ga. JIMMY DARBY TUBBS, Phi Della Them .... Atlanta, Ga. I-IAL BELL TUCKER, Sigma chi .,...... Ocilla, Ga. JOI-IN HAMILTON TUCKER, Alpha Tau Omega , Tampa, Pla. JOSEPH KEMP TUNKLE ........ Birmingham, Ala. WILBUR CRANDELL TUPMAN, Sigmu Nu . Washington, D. C. CHARLES ARMON TURNER ...,.... I-Iapeville, Ga. CLIFFORD H. TURNER, JR. .... Atlanta, Ga. JAMES WESLEY TYSINQER ..... Avondale Estates, Ga. LESTER ULM, JR ........,.... Atlanta, Ga. WILLIAM CURRY UNDERWOOD, JR., Thcla Ch! . Decatur, Ga. EARL CLEMENTS UNKEFER ...... Lake Worth, Fla. BOBBY OWENS USRY . -. . . . . Augusta, Ga. DIEGO FELIX VALDES ..... . . . Atlanta, Ga. FRANK VANDERGRIFT .,.,. . Birmingham, Ala. JACK VANDERBLEEK, Della Tau Della .... Leesburg, Fla. WILTON WELLS VAUGHN ....... Birmingham, Ala. LEWIS WETZEL VIRGIN, Sigma Ph: Epsilon, Pt. Lauderdale, Fla. WILLIAM GEORGE VOLLRATH ....... Atlanta, Ga. DONALD EARLEY VOYLES ........ Lakeland, Fla. THOMAS MERRELL WADE ,..,..,. Marietta, Ga. IRBY A. NVADLINGTON, JR., P1 Kappa Alpha, Memphis, Tenn. GEORGE EDWARD WAGENER, JR ....... Lithonia, Ga. IIAROLD EDWARD WALDEN ....... Swainsboro, Ga. SIMPSON ROBERT WALKER, JR., Phi Epfilon Pi, Jacksonville, Fla. JAMES McKENDREE WALL, Alpha Tzu Omega . . Monroe, Ga. NELSON CHESTER WALL, Thela Chi ..... Havana, Cuba WILLIAM LEE WALTHALL . . . . . Moreland, Ga. JOHN ANDREW WALTON . . Charleston, S. C. ERNEST PICKENS WARD . . . Springfield, Mo. BENJAMIN H. WARREN. JR. . . Jackson, Miss. IIERTRAM SAUI. WARSHAW . . Miami Beach, Flu. l-IOMER WATKINS, JR .... . Cedartown, Ga. FORREST ALBERT WATSON . . . Thomaston, Ga. I-'RANKLIN ACTON WATSON ...... Bronxvillc, N. Y. wid V 1 WM , 4, W f Wo I W f ' 4265 gmt A 4 Sign, fffx 4 ff QW w W A ,Q of ff was j W ,ff 4 ff, 0 Y I 1 V f ff Aw A '50 Q35 .Qc A Wytvyl . , , 4 , r f N ' A ,SWCH 7993 f 5 0 wa 0 'L' 'ff' 4 ,,f ,rl fil7"f4i " f 'vrW,.,. I , All A. f- ff My Se. , 7 ftaapwl, ww, .WWII . -1 .1 ri? W ' ' iff? . f f af af .4--f my 4 X, GM-+,X:Q,,v, fzfv of ,Ffa Jw G , , MCTV gg, ,WACA W' ' -' ,. f M f.. -t ww' N, . ' QSM: W , 5 f Q ff . ' - ax-yt . P .hyww ' r'--' 1:1-----,..........,...,,........ i 'F' 1 A A .f 'ff-.Q ' .5 ' Wa 4 ig .... V any 99 5 1 NW' 9' " ' ' I ' - P fz.1fR2? V Q I , f fv .. 4. f , 9 0 ' 02 , -:zum-.1-nv:-.al ,cgffemf 2' N J af' , X gag, -,, If gfv My ,.....,, I . R RUSSELL B. WATSON, JR., Alphu Tau Omega . . Tyler, Texas JOHN DILLARD WATT, JR., Bela Them Pi . . Danville, Va. R. H. WATTENBARGER, Bela Them Pi . Wes: Palm Beach, Flu. 'l'HEODORE C. WEAVER, Sigma Alpha Epfilon, St. Petersburg, Fla. GEORGE FREDERICKS WEBB, JR ..... Lake Charles, La. CARL FRED WEIGEL, JR., Sigma Chi, Lookout Mountain, Tenn. BENJAMIN WEINREB, Alpha Epsilon Pi .... Miami, Fla. JULIO HERBERTO WEINSTOCK . . . . . Mexico 5748 1947 GEURGI .SUPHUMURECI SS MYRON WEINTRAUB . . .... . . ROBERT WEINTRAUB, Tau Epsilon Phi . . JAMES MERTON WEISS, Tan Epsilon Phi . . JOHN H. WEITNAUER, JR., Alpha Tau Omega JERRY ELTON WELDON ........ ELMER JAY WELLS, JR .... . West ROY LEON WEST ....... WALTER HOWARD WEST ..... LLOYD CLAIBORNE WESTBROOK, JR. . . CARLTON WELLS WHEELER, Pi Kappa Phi . JOSEPH C. WHITAKER, JR., Phi Kappa Tau HERBERT THOMAS WHITE ...... Brooklyn, N. Y. Flushing, N. Y. Mt. Kisco, N. Y. . . Decatur, Ga. . Hartwell, Ga. Palm Beach, Fla. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ca. . . Atlanta, Ga. . LaFayette, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Tate, Gal. WM. A. WHITESIDE, Kappa Alpha, Falmouth, Jamaica, B. W. I. GERARD WILLIAM WICKLIN ....... Baltimore, Md. JOHN T. WIDENER, JR. ......... Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT GORDON WILKERSON, JR, Them Chi . . Rome, Ga. ARCHIE MONROE WILKINS ...... Hattiesburg, Miss. GRANT WILKINS, Alpha Taz: Omega . . . Atlanta, Gu. Ll. E. WILLIAMS, JR ........... Morrilton, Ark. FRANK B. WILLIAMS, JR., Phi Della Thcza . , West Point, Ga. THOMAS FLINT WILLIAMS, JR ....... Waycross, Ga. WESLEY BENJAMIN WILLIAMS . . Conyers, Ga. JACK LANIER WILLIAMSON . . . Atlanta, Ga. LEROY TEMPLE WILLIAMSON . . Knoxville, Tenn. JAMES RICHARD WILLIFORD, III, Sigma Chi . . Tampa, Fla. HARRY H. WILLIS .......... Little Rock, Ark. JAMES D. WILLIS . . . . Atlanta, Ga. MONROE J. WILLNER .,.....,.. Valrico, Fla. VERNON KEITH WILSON, Sigma Chi . . . Jacksonville, Fla. WILLIAM RUTHERFORD PHILLIPS WILSON, Springfield, S. C. ROBERT WEBB WINSTEAD . . . Marietta, Ga. WILLIAM DAVID WOLFE, JR. . . Atlanta, Ga. GEORGE IVY WOMACK, JR. . , Savannah, Ga. DAVID HUGH WOOD, JR .......... Atlanta. Ga. RICHARD I-IANSFORD WOOD, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Atlanta, Ga. I-l. W. WOODI-IAM, Sigma Alpha Epsilon... Winter I-laven, Fla. WILLIAM H. 'WOODWARD, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . Atlanta, Ga. EDWARD MURDOCK YAKIN ...... Mexico City, Mex. nov N. YANTIS, Sigma chi ....... TERRELL HIGDAN YON. JR., 111 Kappa Alpha, . . Atlant:t,Ga. College Park, Ga. CARL S. YOSICK, Lambda Chi Alpha, New Washington, Ohio GEORGE MONROE YOUMANS, Dclfa Tau Delta, Washington, D. C. Pl-IIL YOUNGBLOOD ........ DONALD ALVIN ZEINE, Phi Delia Thela . ' GERALD ALAN ZELL ......... GEORGE EDWIN ZEVE, Phi Epxilon Pi . . JOHN MALCOLM ZIEGLER, Phi Kappa Tau, College Park, GEORGE ZITOMER ..,....... . Hardin, Ky. . Gladford, III. . Brunswick, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. Ga. Philadelphia, Pa. ECH BLUE PRI I f ' t .qwwsg . U I A -1 , I X 45 A -4 . ,ai X 4? al' 2 1 I l .l .1 t ll I -I I 1 l ,WF lil . I .l nz l 1 I fa 1 l l l . P l l orrlcfks 0F THE BRANSON SCHEUER POPE MCLEMORE FRESH AN SPRING JAMES HERBERT MCLEMORE . . CARL FORD BRANSON . . . HUGO ENRIQUE SCI-IEUER . . FALL JACK SANDERS GRIFFIN . . EWELL GRADY POPE . . JOSEPH THOMAS COLEMAN . . CLASS . . President . Vice President Secretary-Treasurer . . . President . Vice President Secretary-Treasurer LESLIE V. ABBOTT, IR., Phi Della Thvla . ALISON TEMPLETON ADAMS CARL FREDERICK ADAMS WILLIAM EDGAR ADAMS IAMES A. ADERHOLD . . CHARLES LINDBERG AKIN IOI-IN I. ALFORD, IR ......... BOBBY IOE ANDERSON, Alph a Tau Omcga, CLEO E. ANDERSON, IR. . ROBERT H. ANDERSON .... . RAYMOND LEONARD ANDERSON .... Louisville, Ky. Stonewall, Ga. Ashburn, Ga. Covington, Ga. Statesboro, Ga. Dillon, S. . Atlanta, Ga. Byhalia, Miss. PIERRE V. ANDREAE ..,.... Chattanooga, Tenn. LOUIS IAMES ANDREWS, Sigma Chi .... Atlanta, Ga. RENE APONTE ............ Porto ,Rim IE. M. APPERSON, Sigma Alpha Epriloiz . Grecniillc, S. C. WILLIAM B. ARCHER, Lambda Chi Alpha . . Atlanta, Ga. STANLEY W. ARMISTEAD, Sigma Alpha Epxilon, Atlanta, Ga. CARLOS E. ASHLEY ..... South Charleston, W. Va. IULIAN I. ATTAVVAY, Kappa Sigma .... Atlanta, Ga. IOHN GREENE AUSTIN ...... Carbon Hill, Ala. STARLING M. AUSTIN, Kappa Alpha . . . Ncwnan, Cya. THEODORE C. AUSTIN, Alpha Tau Omega . . Atlanta, Ga. IAMES IOSEPH AVENIA ....... Winstead, Conn. RICHARD LOUIS AVERY ..... South Arlington, Va. IAMES EMERSON AWTRY . ..,... Atlanta, Ga. EMORY DANIEL AYERS, Alpha Tail Omega . . Atlanta, Ga. RAMON LARRY BABB .... V . . . Lenoir City, Tenn. IIMMIE NEWLAN BAILEY . . . . . Waycross, Ga. WILLIAM LENNARD BAILEY . . Clarkdalc, Ga. CLARENCE RAY BAKER . . . .' Stearns, Ky. IJAVID N. BALFOUR . . . . Decatur, Ga. ALLEN P. BALLENTINE . . Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT L. BANNERMAN, IR., S.A.E. Tallahassee, Pa. ROBERT MONTGOMERY BARBIN ..... Augusta, Ga. IAMES EDDIE BARKER ........ Roopville, Ga. IACK BARNARD ......... Iacksonville, Fla. LEROY WILLIAM BARNES ...... Picayune, Miss. PAUL G. BARNETT, IR., Kappa Sigma . . . Atlanta, Ga. FRANK IGNATIUS BARRY ,...... Savannah, Ga. IOI-IN EDWARD BARRY . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. OLIVER HALL BARTLETT, IR. . , Atlanta, Ga. FRANK A. BAZEMORE . .I . . . Byron, Ga. RENFROE ROSS BEACH .... . . Atlanta, Ga. DANIEL MaclNTYRE BEALL ...... Atlanta, Ga. PAUL E. BEARD, IR., Bela Theta Pi .... Atlanta, Ga. WILLIAM DUNAWAY BEARD, Bela Thela Pi, Atlanta, Ga. RICHARD T. BECKAM ......... Molena, Ga. WIGHTMAN S. BECKWITI-fl, IR. ..... Athens, Ga. EDWARD RAY BEEMAN . . . Atlanta, Ga. OTIS WILTON BELL . . . Marietta, Ga. RAYMOND W. BELLAMY .....,. Marietta, Ga. WILLIAM A. BENNETT ........ Thomson, Ga. ALBERT H BERRY, IR., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Atlanta, G:-. GEORGE L. BERRYMAN ...... St. Petersburg, Fla. IOSE RAUL BERTRAM TISDALE WYATT BIBB ,IR.. .. IAMES ARTHUR BIVINS, IR. . IOHN TRICE BIZE, IR., Della Tu THADDEUS R. BLACKMARR, IR., Sigma Chi 1lDc'llf1 . . Havana, Cuba . . . Lenoir City, Tenn. . Iasper, . Atlanta, RICHMOND L. BLACKSTONE . . . . . East Point, Ga. Ga. Ca. ROBERT EASON BLAKE ....... Savannah, Ga. ROBERT LOUIS BLOEMER, Bela Tha-la Pi . . Atlanta, Ga. ALPHONSE N. BOISSY, IR. ....... Macon, Ga. ALEXANDER P. BOLES, Sigma Alpha Epfilon, Atlanta, Ga. WILLIAM L. BOLTON . . . Selmer, Tenn. BILLIE M. BORDERS ......... Atlanta, Ga. IOHN IVAN BORN ........... Rex, Ga. CHARLES BENSON BOTTOMS, Sigma Alpha Epr., Atlanta, Ga. DONALD CHARLES BOWEN, Sigma Alpha Epx., Atlanta, Ga. STEPHEN M. BOWES, IR ....... . Iacksonville, Fla. CORNELIUS W. BRANLETT, IR ...... Marietta, Ga. ANDREW HORTON BRANCH . . Cocoa, Fla. FREDERICK O. BRANCH, Sigma Chi .... Atlanta, Ga. VERLYN H. BRANHAM, IR. ...... Atlanta, Ga. LLOYD A. BRANNEN, IR., Alpha Tan Omega, Statcsboro, Ga. LESTER TRAVIS BRANNON, IR., Sigma Chi . Atlanta, Ga. ROY MULLINS BREWER, IR., Pi Kappa Phi . . Atlanta, Ga. BEN H. BRINKLEY, IR. ....,... Atlanta, Ga. M. L. BRITTAIN, III, Sigma Alpha Epriloa . Atlanta, Ga. AUSTIN BROADNVELL ....... . Atlanta, Gil. ROLAND EDGAR BROOKS, Alpha Tau Omrga, Bradenton, Fla. IOI-IN ARTHUR BROSHEK ....... Marietta, Ga. MORRIS I-I. BROUDY, Tau Epfilfm Phi , , Ncwbcl-ry, 5, C. WILLIAM BRINKLEY BROUGHTON .... Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT CHARLES BROWARD, Della Tan lie'llH, Tampa, Fla. TIMOTHY IONES BROWDER, IR ...... Miami, Fla. BRIAN SPERRY BROVVN Al fha Tan 41111 Sn lnnlh Q g , I .-ga . .2 ': 1 ,Gan CHARLILS Il. BROWN, IR. ..... Birniinglmm, Aln. 50 DOCK AUANT BROWN . . . IOHN EDWARD BROWN, IR. . JOSEPH EARL BROWN . . ROBERT EARL BROWN . . IOI-IN L. BROWNLEE ...... W1LL1AM O. BRUNER, IR ..... Wtttmm BRUSSE, IR., Sigma chi . . THOMAS M. BRYAN, II, mi Della Them KENNETH S. BUCHANAN . CALVIN -BUNN ........ HUGI-I DORSEY BUNTYN ..... HENRY GEORGE BURKE, IR., Alpha Tau IAMES E. BURKE ...,.... WILLIAM MCGRAW BURNETT . . . FRANK EDWARD BURNS . . . WILLIAM HERBERT BUTLER . . MARCUS W. BUTTRELL, Thr-la Chi . S. HAMMOND BUXTON ..... RICHARD IAMES CADORIN . . . CLEVELAND M. CAIL, IR. . IOHN L. CAIN .... . IAMES D. CALDWELL .' . IOI-IN W. CALSWELL . . RICI-IARD G. CALLAWAY . WILLIAM SI-IADRACH CALLAWAY, IR. FRANK E. CAMP ........ ISAAC SEWELL CAMP, Phi Della Thcla ORBIE M. CAMPBELL ....... DARRELL W. CANADY . . IAMES I". CANNON . SAM CAIASTRO . . . ROBERT E.. CARROLL . IOHN L. CARTER ..... lOl-IN NELSON CARTWRIGI-IT . . . IIILLY R. CATHERWOOD ..... IOI-IN C. CHANDLER, IR., Phi Della Them . . Millen, IOHN B, CHAPMAN, Sigma Alpha Epsilon ROBERT M. CHASTAIN . . . , . . FRANK E. CI-IAVEL .... . . . ROBERT A. CI-IEEK . I-IENRY C. CHOATE ...I.. ROBERT ZEBULON CHRISTOPHER . ANDREWV MERRILL CLARK . . . WALTER EVE CLARK, IR .... RALPH E. CLEMANS . . . IESSE M. CLEVELAND, IR. . PHILIP B. CLOUD .... WILLIAM H. CLYBURN . WALLIS GRAY COBB, IR. . WALTER I. COBB IENIERY WILLIAM COFFEY .... RAY BROWN COFFMAN, Chi Phi . . . IOI-IN RENIAMIN COGBURN, Phi Della Thela . Atlanta, IOSEPI-I THURMAN COLE ..... DAVID THORNTON COLEMAN . . . LAWRENCE RENSSELEAR COLEMAN . LEWIS B. COLLAT ...... . . CHARLES E. COLLETTA, P1 Kappa Phi, ROBERT W. COLLIER, IR ..... . X-'ANN H. COLLIER ....,.. EDWARD LEE COLLINS ...... WAYNE I-I, COLONEY, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tallahassee, MAURICE L. COLLY ...... IiRVlN COLTON ......... IERRY C. COMATI ....... IOHN EUGENE COMERFORIJ, IR. . . MALCOLM SAMUEL CONE, IR.. Chi Phi IELI P. CONNER ......... ALFRED HILL CONWAY, Chi Phi . LOUIS H. COOK ........ Pl-IILIP I-I. COOK, Pi Kappa Phi . . . ROBERT WORD COOK, IR., Sigma Chi WILLIAM L. COOPER ...... IOHN T. CORRIDAN ....... THOMAS L. CORWIN, Pi Kappa Alpha GEORGE TERENCE COSTELLO . . . CLINARD H. COWAN ...... CHARLES N. COX ....... l'.iICI-ENE F. COX, Alpha Tau Omega . I. ATTAWAY COX, Phi Kappa Sigma . RICHARD A. COX ...-- u- - A THOMAS C. CRENSI-IANV, IR., P1 Kappa . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Monticello, Ga. . Brunswick, Ga. . . Calhoun, Ga. . Cedartown, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . IeHerson, Ga. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Decatur, Ga. Omega, Tampa, Fla. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Milan, Tenn. Bogus Chitlo, Miss. . . Savannah, Ga. . . . Decatur, Ga. . . Byronville, Ga. . . Clifton, N. I. . Savannah, Ga. . . .Atlanta, Ga. . Birmingham, Ala. . . - lackson, Ga. . . Elherton, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga, . Hapeville, Ga. , , Augusta, Ga. , Arab, Ala. . , Atlanta, Ga. . . Marietta, Ga. . Tampa, Fla. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Decatur, Ga. . . Savannah, Ga. Ga. . . . Rome, Ga. . Augusta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. . Hickman, Ky. . Sharpshurg, Ga. . . , Rex, Ga. . . Augusta, Ga. . . Hapeville, Ga. . Gainesville, Ga, , Bainbridge, Ga. . . Camden, S. C, . Statcsboro, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Eclinhurg, Va. Ga. . . Marietta, Ga. . Charleston, S. C. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Savannah, Ga. Long Island, N. Y. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Rome, Ga. Newport News, Va. Fla. . . . Atlanta, Ga, . . Omaha, Neb. . . Saranttztlt, Ga. . Charleston, S. C. . Memphis, T . . Marietta, . Savannah, . . Marietta. . . . Atla nta, . Iacksonvillc, Panama City, enn. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Flzt. Fla. . . Dayton, Ohio . . Newark, .I Hamilton, Ontario . Laconia, Tenn. CHARLES K. CROSS, Lambda Chi Alpha . . Atlanta, HASELL WILKINSON CROUCI-I . . . WILLIAM C. CRUTCI-IER . . . . IOHN HUNT CUNNINGHAM . . ROY E. CURRIE, IR ..... CHARLES F. CURRY, IR. . jle . Stockbridge, Ga. . Bradenton, Fla. . . Atlanta, Gu. . . Florence, Ala. Alpha, Atlanta, Ga. Ga. Patuxent River, Md. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Tucker, Ga. . Tallahassee, Fla. Hattiesburg, Miss. 1947 WILLIAM HOMER CURRY .... EMIL IENS DALBO, Phi Della Theta I-IANEY H. CANIELL, Kappa Sigma CHARLES L. DARBY, Pi Kappa Phi . GORDON ELIIAH DASI-IER . . . IAMES OGILVIE DAVID, Sigma Nu IOSEPH BURKE DAVIDSON . . BILLY HUNTER DAVIS ...... DAVID CHARLES DAVIS .... HAMP SCAIFE DAVIS, IR., Phi Della Thcla . Moultrie, IARRETT L. DAVIS, III, Sigma Alpha Epyilun, Atlanta, LEWIS CASS DAVIS, IR ........ Fitzgerald, 'I'ALIvIADGE DAVIS, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . Brunswick, LOUIS Y. DAWSON, III, Alpha Tau Omega, Charleston, S. C. KELLY B. DAY, IR., Lambda Chi Alpha . Punta Gorda, RALPH LEWIS DAY ......... Lafayette, . Stockton, Ga. . . Chuluota . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Iackson, Miss. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Warrington, Fla. South Pittsburgh, Pa. . . . Atlanta Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. C. L. DEADWYLER, IR., Alpha Tail Omega . . Atlanta, LARRY CRAIG DEAN, Chi Phi . . CURTIS I. DCLANEY, IR ..... EDDIE IACK DE LAY, Sigma Chi . WILLIAM EDMUND DEMPSTER RALPH EUGENE DIAL ..... I'AUL DIAMOND, Alpha Epsilon Fi . WILLIAM HENRY DILLARD, Sigma Nu LOGAN B. DIXON, IR. . . . . . ROY WAVERLY DOLLAR .... WILLIAM CAPERS DOUCI-IER, Sigma Chi LOUIS E. DRANE, IR. . CHARLES I-I. DREW . THOMAS E. DUDNEY, Bala Them Pi VVILLIAM T. DUGARD, Phi Della Theta . FRANCIS B. DUKES . . GLENN EDGAR DUNCAN . I-IORACE POETER DYKES . WILLIAM EUGENE DYKES PAUL EDFELDT, IR. . . BERTRAM EDLESON, Phi BRIGGS B. EDNEY, IR ,... . . HERBERT IEROME EISENBERG . WILLIAM T. EIXON ..... Epiilrhz iff ' Fla. Ga. Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Decatur, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Lenoir City, Tenn. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Columbus, Ga. . . Savannah, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Decatur, Ga. . . Savannah, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Kingsport, Tenn. . Memphis, Tenn, . . . Decatur, . Decatur, . . Atlanta, . Birmingham, . . Columbus, . Hapeville, Ga. Ga. Ga. Ala. Ga. Ga . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . Union, S. C. CHARLES H. EITAL, IR. . . . Savannah, Ga. IAMES THOMAS ELIZER ...... Frienclship, Tenn. HERSHEL HARRY ELKON ....... Atlanta, Ga. WILLIAM F. ELLIOTT, IR., Kappa Sigma . . Atlanta, Ga. THOMAS H. ELLISON ..... . . . Girard, Ga. IOI-IN HERBERT ENGLISH . . . . . Lakeland, Fla. HANSELL PORTER ENLOE .... . Atlanta, Ga. ALBERT ESKENAZI, Alpha Epxilon Pi . . . Miami, Fla. DAN WARREN ESTES . . . . Columbus, Ga. IACOB ERNEST ESTRADA . . . Tampa, Fla. CARL R. EUBANK, IR. . . Lexington, Va. ROBERT MICHAEL EVE ........ Atlanta, Ga. HENRY SPEER EZZARD, IR .... . . . Rome, Ga. ROBERT D. FANNON, IR., Pi Kappa Alpha, Decatur, Ga. EDWIN BARRY FELDMAN ........ Atlanta, Ga. PAUL M. FELKER, IR., Alpha Tan Omega . . Monroe, Ga. IAMES E. FERGUSON ........ Marietta, Ga. CHARLES W. FETHE, Kappa Alpha . Hickman, Ky. IESS DENISON FETZ ...... . . Atlanta, Ga. IAMES R. FIREBAUGH, IR .... . Stockbridge, Ga. CHARLES O. FIVEASI-I, IR. . . East Point, Ga. FRANK W. FLETCHER . . . Opalocca, Fla. FRANCIS M. FLEWELLEN . . . . Atlanta, Ga. IOHN M. FLOURNOY, IR. . . Columbus, Ga. MARVIN HUGH FLOYD . . Iacksonville, Fla. IAMES MORRIS FORBES ..... Fayetteville, Tenn. RALPH W. FORTUNE, IR ..... Lawrenceville, Ga. EDWARD R. FORWARD, Alpha Tau Omega, Birmingham, Ala. HARVEY HUGH FOSTER, IR. ...... Atlanta, Ga. DOUGLAS L. FOWLKES, Phi Dclta Them . . Atlanta, Ga. RICHARD IAMES FOX, Phi Ifpxilua Pi . . Philadelphia, Pa. IESSE S. FRAME . ........ Gassaway, W. Va. VERNON R. FRANK, IR., Sigma N11 .... Decatur, Ga. E. L. FRANKLIN, IR., Pi Kappa Alpha, Mcchanicsburg, Pa. DONALD A. FRASER, Sigma Chi ..... Savannah, Ga. ROBERT IONEW FREEMAN .... Chattanooga, Tenn. LEONARD S. FRIEINEN, Phi Epxilori Pi . . . Norfolk, Va. I-IAROLD LEEFRIEDMAN ....... Brunswick, Ga. AUGUSTINE BLAKE FRISCIA, Sigma N11 . . Tampa, Fla. IAMES WILLIAM FRYE, III, Alpha Tall Omega . Tifton, Ga. OLIN M. FULLER, IR .......... Atlanta, Ga. CARL HERMAN FULTON, Kappa Sigma . . Atlanta, Ga. l'AUL C. GAERTNER, Ch: Phi ...... Atlanta, Ga. ARTHUR GAINES, Tm: Epsilon Phi . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. DONALD PAUL GALT ........, Atlanta, Ga. RUSSELL F. GAMBILL, IR. ...... Savannah, Ga. CHARLES G, GARDNER, D4-lla Tan Della, Brunswick, Ga. FRANK U. GARRARD, III,, Phi Delta Them . Columbus, Ga. BLUE PRI I AMES DUANE GARRETT, Phi Kappa Y I IESSIE T. GARRETT THOMAS L. GARRETT , . . CHARLES M. GEER. IR. . . ROBERT C. GEORGE Km, . . Atlanta, . LaGrange, . . LaGrange, . Atlanta, WILLIAM BARTON GEO1tOE,'cLi ivri '. . Atlanta HERBERT ASHBY GHOLSON, Clli CHARLES RICHARD GIELOW WILLIARD T. GILBERT . HAROLD OWEN GILES, IR. . IOHN LEWIS GILLETTE . RALPH M. GILMORE, IR. . OSCAR DIEL GLAUS, IR. . JOSEPH P. GLEASON . . . ALEXANDER L. GLISSON, IR. LI-'OBARDO LUIS GONZALEZ Phi I-IAROLD WATTS GOODMAN, Kappa EDDIE B. GOODRICH . . . . . I.UTI-IER H. GORDON . . . WILLIAM OLIVER GORDON RICHARD A. GOULD, IR. . RANDOLPH GOULDING . ILMORY BRYAN GRANT . ROBERT LEE GRANT . . JOSEPH PATRICK GRANT, JR. WILLIAM JAMES GRAY, Alpha Tizu.0 EUGENE WESLEY GREEN . . . , . . Atlanta, . . Atlanta, . Tallahassee, . . Lithonia, . Atlanta, Chattanooga, Tenn. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Fla. Ga. Ga. Memphis, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Columbus, Ga. . Habana, Cuba Sigma, Marion, N. . Mansfield, . . . Austell, . . Atlanta, . Brunswick, . Atlanta, . . Marietta, . Stockbridge, . . New York, N. mega, Lake Alfred, . . Hawkinsville, SAMUEL G. GREEN, IR., Sigma Alpha Ep.t1'lon, Alexandria, ROBERT BERNARD GREENBAUM ..... Chicago, I-IERMAN H. GREGG, IR. ...... Manchester, JACK SANDERS GRIFFIN, Phi D4-Im Them . . Atlanta, JAMES GUACLIDES .,...... Brooklyn, N. LOYE E. GULLICK .... WILLIAM FREDERICK HAITE GEORGE G. HALLMAN, Della Tau THOMAS 1. HALLMAN . . MELVIN c. HALSTEAD . . JAMES 1. HAMBY .... 1A:ttEs ALONZO HAMMETT . WILLIAM LEE HAMMOND . FREDERICK FOY HANCOCK CARLOS ALBERT HANDAL . CHARLES H. HANEY, IR. . IOHN B. HANSARD . . PAUL H. HARDIN, IR. PRICE P. HARDING . . EDWIN SAVOY HARRIS . HAROLD D. HARRIS . . De .HO . . . . Atlanta, . . Atlanta, . Atlanta, . Norfolk, . Columbus, . . Morrow, . Decatur, lm . C. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Y. Fla. Ga. Va. Ill. Ga. Ga. Y. . Aberdeen, Miss. Ga. Ga. Ga. Va. Ga. Ga. Ga. . . Grihin, Ga. nduras, Central America . . Melton, Ga. . Athens, Tenn. IOHN R. HARRIS, IR., Kappa Sigma . . JOHN CARL HARRISON, IR. PETER s. t1Att1zowER, Sigma Clzi CLAUDE G. HAUGAIIOOK, IR., SI.-1.15. WALTER RICHARD HAY . . SETH REGINALD HAYNIE . IULIAN E. HEAD .... ROBERT THOMAS HEATH . ELMER KENNETH HENDRICK GILBERT M. HELMKEN . DONALD ZINA HENDERSON MACK WALDEN HENDON . DAVID K. HENLEY . ZACHARY A. HENRY . . IOHN FREEMAN HENRY WILLIAM G. HEROLD . IIARNABAS B. HICKS . EARL E. HICKS . . . RAYMOND E. I-IICKS . IOHN G. HILES, Phi Dellu GLYNN T. HILL . . . ROBERT PERRY HILL . CHARLES .-X. HILBUN .... Thc'l:1 ROBERT D. HILLEY, .Alljvhu Tun Onzegn . . GLENN S.HINSHAW , . . WILLIAM HORACE HINSON . CLAUDE D. HIOTT . . . LeROY L. HODGES, IR. . . ROBERT E. HODGSON, IR.. ROBERT L. HOGAN . . . BASIL POWELL HOOTEN . . BILLY GENE HOOTEN . . chi iw JAMES LANE I-IOOTEN. Sigmu .-1111011 ARTHUR DOUGLAS HOPE . UDONOUGH U. HUDSON . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Marietta, Ga. Belle Glade, Fla. . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. Montezuma, Ga. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Oxford, Ala. . Tampa, Fla. . . Decatur, Ga. . . Savannah, Ga. . East Point, Ga. . . . Decatur, Ga. . Harriman, Tenn. . . Stockbridge, Ga. . Georgetown, S. C. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Gtt. . Norcross, Ga. . Memphis, Tenn. . . Dublin, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Memphis, Tenn. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Decatur, Ga. . Lenoir City, Tenn. . . Ft. Myers, Fla. . Charleston, S. C. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Hapeville, Ga. . Villa Rica, Ga. . Marietta, Ga. Epsilon, Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Austell, Ga. . . . Columbus, Ga. GEORGE MILLER HUGGER, Kappa sigma, Memphis. Tenn- DAN TERRELL HUGHS, Bela Thela Pi . . Gainesville, Ga. EARNEST C. HULSEY, IR., Phi Delm Them . Griffin, Ga. ALVA A. HUNT .......... Lancaster, .S. C. KENNETH S. HUNT, Phi Della Theta .... Griliin, Ga. 31.8 1947 VIRGIL DAVIS HUNT, Beta Thnla Pi .... Ruston, La. ROY IRVINE HUSSEY, Sigma Alpha Epyilon . Savannah, Ga. TOM P. HUTCHESON, Sigma Alpha Eprilon, Talhotton, Ga. CARL JACKSON HUTCHINS, Alpha T114 Omega, Sparta, Ga. I-IUBERT HENRY HUTCHINSON .... Surveyor, W. Va. JUNIOR DARRELL ISON ....... Ashland, Ky. JAMES EARL JACKSON U ROBERT E. JACKSON . . Forest Hills, N. Y. ALBERT C. JAMES, JR ...... . Nashville, Tenn. ARTHUR DOWNEY JAMES '1 OM WISTAR JAY, Phi Della Theta . . . Shellman, Ga. EDWARD D. JEWELL, Phi Della Thela, Chickamattga, Ga. ROBERT H. JEWELL, JR., Phi Della Theta, Chickamauga, Ga. THORNLEY CARUTHERS JOBE ..... Jackson, Tenn. ROBERT LISTON JOHNS ....... Waterloo, Iowa DOYCE DEWITT JOHNSON . . Thomasville, Ga. JAMES EUGENE JOHNSON, Phi Kappa Sigma, Canton, Miss. MARION KIRK JOHNSON ....... Savannah, Ga. ROLSTON JOHNSON, Sigma .-llpha Epsilon . . Macon, Ga. RUFUS CLINTON JOHNSON . . THOMAS FELTON JOHNSON . WILLIAM AARON OHNSON . . Blakely, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Nashville, Tenn. I . . . WILLIAM N.,1OHNsoN, sigma Cai . ELIAS OLIVER JONES . FREDERICK L, JONES, Kappa Sigma . . I'AT JONES, JR., Della Tan Della ROBERT E. JONES, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, ROBERT H. JONES, Sigma Chi . ROBERT THOMAS JONES JAMES JOHN JORDAN, JR. L. C. JORDAN .... RALPH PENTON JORDAN W. D. JORDAN, JR., Phi Kappa Sigma . Booneville, Miss . . . . . Atlanta, Ga Birmingham, Ala . . . . . Atlanta, Ga . . . . . LaFayette, Ga . . Atlanta Ga . . Atlanta: Ga . . Albany, Ga Birmingham, WILLIAM RUSSELL JORDAN, JR., Sigma Chi . Atlanta Ga IIILLY D. KAN .... WALTER WILSON KAVANALIOH '. '. ' ' ROBERT DOLAN KELLER R Elin ham, . ', J ..... DAVID O'LEARY, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Savannah, Ga EARL L. KENDRICK JR. DANIEL MAIER KENNEDY, di Pit '. '. JACK LEON KILEY, 'Phi Della Tam . . GEORGE DEWEY KING JR SEWELL CARLOS KINGREY GEO. L. KIRKPATRICK, JR., GEORGE R. KIRKPATRICK GEORGE HENRY KLEIN . . . . . . Miami Beach, . . Atlanta, Ga . . . . . . Columbus, Ga . . . . Huntington, W. Va Alpha Tau Omega, Dalton, Ga Ga Fla . .... Jacksonville, I.OUIS A. KLEIN, Phi Epsilon Pi . '. . . Augusta Ga ROBERT L. KLEINMAN, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . Atlanta, Ga WILLIAM FREDERICK KLINGENSMITH, Corhranton, Pa NORTON KLIPSTEIN ....... Long Branch, N. J FRANK C. KRETCI-IMAN ....... Glendale, N. JEROME E. LA BAW .......... Miami, Fla DONALD C. LACY, JR., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Atlanta ROBERT E. LAMKIN . . JOHN R. LANDERS . . .' , Ga . Waycross, Ga . Atlanta Ga TI-IAD JOHN LANDON . . Atlanta, G:t GEORGE MOSELEY LANE .... . Marietta, Ga WILLIAM JENNINGS LANE, JR. . . . . Mobile, Ala OTTO C. LANGFORD, JR., Sigma Chi . . Calhoun, Ga SIDNEY P. LANIER ......... Savannah, Ga ERNEST FULTON LASSETER, JR ...... Miami, Fla JOHN KENT LAWRENCE, Alpha Tan Omega JOI-IN W. LAY, JR., Sigma Chi .... CHARLES E. LAYTON, JR. FRANK MARVIN LAZARUS EVAN NICKOLAS LEARY IIAROLD D. LEE . . . THOMAS s. LEFLER, JR. . ' JOI-IN J. LEMM .... GEORGE N. LESTER, Alpha IIAZEN R. LESTER JR. . tt. Is. LEVITT . f . . .' JONES C. LIFSEY, JR., Thrm Chi . . RUSSELL E. LINENKOIAIL, Kappa Sigma . I-IERMAN LISS, Alpha Epsilwi Pi . . . Tim Omega . Monroe, Ga . . Atlanta, Ga Tliomsvillc, Ga . . Quiltman, Ga . . Columlms, Ga . . Marietta, . Atlanta, G1 . Memphis, Tenn . . Atlanta, Ca . . Rome, G11 . Atlanta, Ga Ga . . Atlanta, Ga . . Atlanta, Ga . Patterson, N. J 'THOMAS T. LIVELY, JR., Phi Dalia Them, . Atlanta, Ga. MARTIN COPE LIVINGSTON, JR., Chi l'hi . . Atlztntzt, Ga. STIIRNS BRANTLEY LOTT, JR., Kappa Sigma, Selma, Ala. FRANK KELLEY LOVE .,.... Clmttatnootzzt, Tenn. ROY E. LOWRANCE, JR., Pi Kuppu Phi . . . Macon, Ga. D. K. LUDWIG, Dr-Ira Tm: Della, Upper Montclair, N MAURICE CECIL MACKEY, JR., Sigma Chi, I ADL HERMAN MADDEN JAMES THOMAS MADRY, l3l'n1.7'hni1 Pi CARL N. MAIOCCO, Della Xliglllll Phi . CYRUS STEVENS MALLARIJ Rsrtzs tv. MANN, JR., .Ifgmi filplm'1f,f,.., Memphis, Tenn Il-IAYER B. MARSH . . Bl IE PRI I . Colquitt, G' Ala . Atlanta, Ga Ill . . g . Atlanta, Ga . . . Grillin, Ga . Ft. Benning, Ga Y . J. Montgomery, Ala. . . Kingston, Ga. , . Atlanta, Ga. . Boston, Mass. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Jonesboro, Ark: X 154 FRANK JOSEPH MARTIN, Kappa Sigma, Huntington, W. HAROLD DEAN MARTIN .... . . . Mayfield, RICHARD SL MARTIN . . . Atlanta, WILLIAM EDWARD MARTIN,-IR I '. . I . Atlanta, WILLIAM EDWIN MATTHEWS, IR .... Tuseumbn, VVM. ELLIOTT MATTHEVVS, IV, Phi Delia Theta, Atlanta, THOMAS KIRKLAND MAULDIN, IR ..... Atlanta, GEORGE DISMUKES MAY, Kappa Alpha . . Quincey, Va. Ky. Ga. Gai Ala. Ga Ga. Fla ROBERT ERNEST MCALOON ...... Atlanta, QI I-I. P. McCAMISH, IR., Delia Tau Delia, Greenwood, S. C ALFRED H. McCARTI-IY ........ Atlanta, Ga BYRON TINDLE McCLELLAND .... New Ylork, N. Y IOI-IN M. MCELRATH, IR., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Macon, Ga DANA JAMES MCELVEEN, IR ...... Lynchburg, s. c D. H. MCFARLAN-D, IR., Kappa Sigma . . . Marietta, Ga PAUL HOOVER MCGUFF ..... . Fayette, Ala STEPHEN REED MCILVAINE, Alpha Tau Omega, Tampa, Fla CLARENCE E. McKEE, IR., Pi Kappa Alpha, Sanford, Fla EDWARD ALLEN McKEE, IR ...... Tallahassee, Fla WILLIAM ERSKINE MCKOWN, IR. . . . LaFayette, Ga PAUL THOMAS MCMAI-IAN, Del!a Tau Della . Atlanta, Ga CLAUDE BASKIN MCQUINN ...... Gaffney, S. C DOYLE F. MCWHORTER ....... Sanford, Fla IEROME FREDERICK MEDFORD . , Baldwin, Fla LAWRENCE MATT MERL . . . Atlanta, Ga PAUL F. MERRILI ..... . Newberry, S. C WILLIAM NEAL MERRITT . . . . Cairo, Ga IOSEPH WHEELER MEYER . . Atlanta, Ga WILLIAM HENRY MEYER ........ Atlanta, Ga B. N. MIDDLEBROOKS ......... Atlanta, Ga LLOYD ENDST MIELENZ, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Macon, Ga WALTER I. MILLER, IR ........ Savannah, Ga HARVEY IOE MILLS, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . Blakely, Ga IAMES THOMAS MILLS, Phi Della Theta . . Tampa, Fla FRANK BURDETTE MILLSTEAD, IR. . . Pensacola, Fla IAMES THOMAS MINTON ....... Miami, Fla CHARLES A. MITCHAM, IR., Alpha Tau Omega, Atlanta, Ga GEORGE H. MITCI-IELL ....... Valpariso, Ga GEORGE B. MOCK, IR .......... Albany, Ga JOSEPH C. MONAGI-IAN, Kappa Alpha . . . Atlanta, Ga ROBERT E. MONAHAN, IR. . . . . . Atlanta, Ga WILLIAM ALONZO MONCRIEF . .... Atlanta, Ga IAMES ARNOLD MONGER . . . Lenoir City, Tenn EDGAR B. MONTAGUE . . . . . Atlanta, Ga IAMES NORRIS MOORE, III . . Savannah, Ga RODNEY E. MOORE ......... Atlanta, Ga WILLIAM WALTER MOORE ....... Atlanta, Ga WESLEY URQUHART MORAN, Phi Della Theta, Columbus, Ga FRANK W. MORGAN, IR. . . . . Waycross, Ga. NORMAN LESTER MORGAN . . . Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT E. MORGAN . . . . Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT E. MORRIS . ......... Athens, Ga THOMAS GIDEON MORRIS ....... Tucker, Ga. FREDERICK M. MORRISON, Phi Della Them, Palm Beach, Fla. RAYMOND I. MORTON ........ Atlanta, Ga. FORREST B. MOSELEY ....... Stockbridge, Ga. DONALD C. MOTHERSI-IED, P1 Kappa Alpha . Atlanta, Ga. EDWARD MUECKE, IR ........,. Macon, Ga. GILBERT P. MURPHY ....... Long Island, N. Y. LLOYD F. MURPHY .......... Venice, Fla. AUGUSTUS WYNN MUSE ........ Albany, Ga. IOI-IN ALLEN MYRICK, IR., Phi Della Them, Columbus, Ga. MAURICE L. NABERS ......... Macon, Ga. BERRY H. NALL, IR .......... Atmore, Ala. CHARLES W. NALL . . . . . Mayheld, Ky. HILARY I-IERBERT NALL . . Atmorc, Ala. VICTOR A. NEUBAUM . . . Atlanta. Ga- NEAL H. NEWSOM . . . Columbus, Ga. LEWIS R. NICHOLS .......... Athens, Ga. IACK WINSTON NOLAN ...... Iacksonville. Fla. IAMES M. NORMAN. IR., .S'igm:I Chi, St. Simons Island, Ga. ZACK S. NORVILLE ........ Watkinsville, Ga. WALTER G. NUNN ......... Covington, Ga. BEN LACY O'CALLAGHAN, Chi Phi . . . Atlanta, Ga. GEORGE CAMPBELL, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Macon, Ga. MICAIAH LAMAR OGLESBY, Theta Chi . . . Atlanta, Ga. WILLIAM LANIER OLIFF, Alpha Tan Omega, Statcsboro, Ga. ALFRED WILLIAM OLIVER ...... East Point, Ga. RONNIE RAY OTWELL . . . . . . Bremen, Ga. STEADMAN OVERMAN . . . Milledgeville, Ga. DONALD FRANKLINUOWEN, Alpha Tau Omega, Decatur, Ga. JOSEPH ALLEN OXFORD BYRON L. PADGETT ......... Atlanta, Ga. DAVID P. PAGE, IR. . . . . . Brookhaven, Ga. IAMES MARSHALL PAINTER . . . . Dalton, Ga. . College,Park, Ga. IAMES ROBERT PARDUE . BEN DUKE PARK . . . FAYNE H. PARSONS, IR. . . . Greenville, Miss. . Shelbyville, Tenn. 574.2 1947 DANIEL BRUNELLA PATILLO JACOB H. RAULSEN . FRANK WALLACE PEEL, C CHARLES G. PEEINIS . . ROGER MILLER RERGRAM ROBERT W. FENCE . . MARCUS 1. PENNINGTON ARTHUR GLENN PENUEL, IIENIAMIN E. PERRY . . LAWRENCE PETEREREUND GERALD L. PETERS . . . STEPHEN G. PETERSON, IR. CLAUDE A. PETTY . . . GEORGE LUCIEN PHILLIPS, GEORGE MARSHALL PHILLIPS . . WILLIAM IARVIS PHILLIPS, Alpha Turf CHARLES LEIDY PIERCE . HARRY ALFRED PIERCE, I ELLIS, R. PIERSON . . JESSE FRANK PILAND . . IAMES C. PINKSTON . IOI-IN E. PIPPIN . . . IOSHUA F. PIRKLE . . RUDOLPI-I VASSAR I'IT'l"S IAMES AVERY POLK . . EWELL GRADY POPE Phi , 19 CARL W. Ross, IR .... FRED P. POWELL, IR. . IOSEPI-I H. POWELL . . LOUIS F. POWELL, Alpha ROBERT M. POWELL . . IOHN SCOFIELD PRALL CARL M. PRATHER . . . THOMAS DAYTON PRICE CHARLES C. PRITCHARD OHN M PRIVETTE Pi Kap JFHOMAS A. PRUITT . . GARNETT EDWARD PUETT KLAUS PUTTER .... CHARLES DAY QUARLES . WILLIAM LEE QUEEN, Alp DAVID THOMAS QUINN, P KENNETH ORSON RACE . GEORGE N. QUEEN, IR, .I 1 IOSEPH V. RACHMACIEI . '. '. '. '. '. ERNEST RALPH RAMSEY IACK HARRISON RAMSEY WILLIAM SCOTT RANKIN, Sigma Chi . . HARVEY CHARLEL RATHE CHARLES LOGAN RAY, IR., THOMAS TROADFIELD RAY, Kappa Alpha . SIDNEY RAYNES .... IAMES KENNEDY READ . BENIAMIN FRANK REAMES, RICHARD I-I. RECTOR . . ROBERT IONES REDDICK RICHARD E. REDDY, Dill!! CHARLES P. REED . . OLIVER WILLIE REEVES EUGENE H. RICHARDS . . . . . Lithonia, Ga. . . . . . Savannah, Ga. hi Phi . . . Savannah, Ga. . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Greensboro, N. C. , . . Douglasville, Ga. . . . . Forrest Park, Ga. IR. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . Marietta, Ga. , . New York, N. Y. , . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Norfolk, Va. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. IR ...... Mobile, Ala. . . . Atlanta, Ga. Omega, Senoia, Ga. . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. R. . . Iacksonville, Fla. . . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . . Pelham, Ga. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Tampa, Fla. . . I-Ioschton, Ga. . . Fayetteville, Ga. . . . . . . Marietta, Ga. ella 7'l:t-111 . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . , . . Decatur, Ga. . . . . . . Miami, Fla. . . . . . . , Pelham, Ga. Tau Omega . Cottons Pt., Md. . . . . . . . Waycross, Ga. . . Lambettville, N. I. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . . Arcadia, Fla. . . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. pa Alpha . . Matthews, N. C. . . . . . Valpariso, Fla. . .... I-Ialmira, Ga. . . . . Milltown, N. I. . Stone Mountain, Ga. . . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. a Tau Omega, Iacksonville, Fla. 1 li Kappa Phi . . York, S. C. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Warren, Mass. . . . . . . Cocoa, Fla. . . . . . . Decatur, Ga. . Savannah, Ga. L . ..... Tampa, Fla. Kappa Sigma . . Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . . . Augusta, Ga. . . . . . . Marietta, Ga. IR. . . Columbus, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Gu. . . . Cairo, Ga. Tau Della . . Charleston, S. C. . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . . . . .Atlanta , Ga. WILLIAM B. RICHARDSON, Alpha Tau Omega, McIntyre, Ga. CLARENCE T. RICKS, IR., Beta Theta Pi, Savannah, Ga. G. S. RIDDOCH, IRQ Kappa Sigma, Avondale Estates, Ga. ROBERT I. RILEY ........ Marblehead, Mass, XAVIER A. RIVERA . . . . Mexico, Mexico BLANDING D. ROBERTS . . . Atlanta, Ga. HUBERT HILL ROBERTS . . . . Greenville, N. C. MARTIN B. ROBERTS, IR. . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. VVILLIAM KENNETH ROBERTS . . . Atlanta, Ga. 'WILLIAM F. ROBERTSON, IR. . . Savannah, Ga. VICTOR R. ROBINSON, IR. . . C0ll.lmbuS, Ga. JOHN D. RGDEHEAVER, IR. . . Miami, Fla. WILLIAM EAROLL ROEBUCK, IR. . Vllcst Palm Beach, Fla. IOI-IN REYNOLDS ROGERS ...... Hinesvillc, Ga. NEAL E. ROTHFUSS, Pi Kappa Alpha, East orange, N, 1. ROBERT DeLAY ROYAL, Kappa Alpha . . . Newnan, Ga. MARVIN H. RUBIN, Tim Eprilon Phi .... Atlanta, Ga. PAUL RAYMOND RUPERT, IR., Sigma Nfl, Arlington, Va. HUGH RUPPERSBURG ......... Atlanta, Ga. IAMES BOOG FLOYD RUSSELL ..... WVaverly, Ga. ROBERT WOOD RUSSELL, Kappa .-llpha . . Marietta, Ga. WILLIAM HERBERT RUSSELL ...... Valdosta, Ga. ROBERT FRED RUTH, IR ....... Asheville, N. C. EDWARD CHARLES ST. PETERY . . . Iacksonville, Fla. CHARLES IOSEPI-I SAMS, Alpha Tal! Omega . Atlanta, Ga. GEORGE R. SANDER, Sigma Chi ..... Atlanta, Ga. IAMES D. SANDERS ......... East Point, Ga. RICHARD SUGGS SAPPINGTON . . Atlanta, Ga. IUE PRI I FRANK I. SCHAY, IR. . ROBERT LEROY SCHELLHA . . . . . . Little Rock SE .... Silver Spring, WM. H. SCHLOENBACH, Sigma Alpha Epxilon, Miami, HARRY G. scntossait, JR., GEORGE F. sci-IMINKE, nl, Sigma Chi . . Decatur, HENRY W. SCHOENING, IR., Chi Phi . . . Atlanta, IAMES N. SATTERWHITE ..... I-Ienderson, N. C. WILLIAM H. SAUNDERS, III, Bela Theta Pi, New Orleans, La. , Ark. Sigma Nu . New Orleans, Mo. Fla. Ga. La. Ga. ARNOLD LEON SCI-IWARTZ ...... Brooklyn, N, Y. MARTIN L. SCOTT, IR. . LOCKWOOD B. SEEGAR, D STEPHEN M. SEGAL, Phi Eprilon Pi . . Philadelphia NELSON SEVERINGHAUS, I SEYMORE SHANKMAN . IAMES 1. SHANNON, IR. .'.' ' ' ' IAMES HERVEY SHARP . IERRE WORTH SHARP . WILLIAM ROWLEY snawvan . . . 1. A. SHEFFIELD, nz., Phi Delia Mm, DAN PLUNKET SHEPHERD, Chi Phi . . . Atlanta, IOHN H. SHOLINE, IR. LEWIS R. SHORTT . . . PAUL HAYNES SHOUN . LUCIEN BOB SHULER . ANTHONY SIDERIS . . DURWARD NESBIT SIMS . . . . . . . Decatur, Ga. ella Tau Della . . Atlanta, Ga. Pa. R., Della Tau Deila, Lithonia: Ga. . . . Miami, Fla. . Rock Hill, 5. C. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . Young Harris, Ga. . . , Atlanta, Ga. West Palm Beach, Fla. Ga. . . . . . . . , Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . . . Waycross,Ga. . Mountain City, Tenn. . . . . . Griflin, Ga. ........Po1lle,K . . . . . . Lithonia, Ga SAM SUMNER SINGER, Alpha Tan Omsga . Lumpkin, Ga IOHN E. SINGLEY, IR. ....,... Atlanta, Ga GEORGE SINKEZ .......... Newark, N. I LEON SANFORD SIRKIN, Tau Epsilon Phi . . Atlanta, Ga KEITH A. SLAYTON ....... Tallulah Falls, Ga IAMES SEYMOUR SLEDGE REGINALD L. SMELLEY . . . Baldwin, Ga ALLEN HINSON SMITH BOBBY CLARENCE SMITH . . Tliomaston, Ga DAVID LEWIS SMITH . . . . Marietta, Ga DAVIS WILLIAM SMITH . . Atlanta, Ga EARL EVAN SMITH GEORGE DOUGLAS SMITH . . Bainbridge, Ga HARRY RAYMOND SMITH . . . Atlanta, Ga HERBERT O. SMITH IESSE E. SMITH, IR ..... . Liberty, S. C TRAVIS E. SMITH, IR ..... . . Atlanta, Ga DONALD FREDERICK SNYDER . . . Palmetto, Fla GEORGE WILLIAM SNYDER . . . Greenwood, S. C THOMAS I. SOBOL .... . Ansonia, Conn IAMES H. SORRELLS, IR. . Iacksonville, Fla DAVID SAMUEL SOWELL . . . Atlanta, Ga IAMES K. SPARKMAN, IR., Alpha Tim Omega, Tampa, Fla THOMAS NORMAN SPINK .,... Montgomery, Ala ALBERT I-IARRELL SPITLER, Chi Phi .... 1 Xvondale, Ga EDDIE HAROLD SPRADLIN ....... Atlanta, Ga HARRY HARVEY SPYKE Bela Them Pi . . Atlanta ' , , Ga EUGENE D. STAFFORD ....... Maryville, Tenn ASHFORD NVATSON STALNAKER, III . . . Atlanta, Ga LEE M. STERNE, IR., Phi Ejifilon Pi . . Alliany, Ga IOHN HAYDEN STEVENS, Sigma Chi, Ft. Lauclertlale, Fla CI-IALMERS V. STEXVART ....... Atlanta, Ga MARION R. STOREY .,..... Graniteville, S. C DONALD L. STRANGE-BOSTON, Dalia 17111 Della HARVEY GENE STRONG ....... Memphis, Tenn SYLVESTER F. STROUD ........ Chalice, Mo MARVIN HAROLD STUART, Phi Ejvxilon Pi, Philaclelpliia, Pa NELSON A. STUMPE, IR. ....... Palatka, Fla NORMAN S'I'URM, Alpha Epxilon Pi . . Park Ridge, N. I RELL SUGGS ......... Lithia Springs, Ga PHILLIP IAMES SULLIVAN, Pi Kappa Alpha, Bessemer, Ala I-IAL ALVIN SUMMERS ...... Birmingham, Ala ALBERT I. SWANN, IR., Sigma :llpha Epfilon, Atlanta, Ga EDWARD MARION SWANSON, Phi Della Tlirm, Atlanta, Ga CLARENCE A. SWEETS, Kappa Alpha . Chattanooga, Tenn THOMAS E. SWILLEY ........ Eldorado, Ark IAMES G. TAMPA .......... Atlanta, Ga FREDDIE FLOYD TANNER, IR. .,.. . Oxford, Ga DIXON A. TATGENHORST, Della Tun Delta, Atlanta, Ga IOSEPH EDWIN TATUM, IR. . .... Atlanta, Ga EMANUEL L. TAYLOR, IR. . . . . Lexington, S. C IAMES H. TAYLOR ....... N. Little Rock, Ark WILLIAM ALSTON TENNENT DERWARD W. TERRY, filpha Tau Omega, Leesburg, I-'la WILLIAM L. THEBAUT .....,. . Atlanta, G11 IYREDERIC A. THOMA ........ Atlanta, Ga MARK WOODING THOMAS, IR., Chi Phi . Savannah, Ga. MARTIN M. THOMAS . . . . . Winston-Salem, N. C.. WILLIAM A. THOMAS, Sigma Chi . . . Nashville, Tenn. MAUD LEE THORNBROUGI-I, IR ..... Columbus, Miss. RICHARD C. THORNTON, Alpha Tim Omega, Newnan, Ga. THEODORE A. TINDEL ..... Murfreesboro, Tenn. 947 Sie I V. WALLACE DONALD TODD . . . . . Fort Gaines, Ga WILBER TOMBERLIN ......... Atlanta, Ga WM. T. TOWLES, Phi Delta Theta, West Palm Beach, Fla CLARENCE A. TRAVIS, JR. . . RALPH NOLAN TRAVIS .... . . . . . Rome,Ga . . . . Marietta, Ga WILLIAM LOMAX TREADWAY, JR., Chi Phi, Atlanta, Ga I-IERMAN P. TRIEBWASSER, Alpha FORREST WYNN TRIPLETT . . LESLIE EARL TROTTER . JUNIOR GEORGE TRUNK . . . Epxilan Pi . Atlanta, Ga . . . . Marietta, Ga . . Barhesville, Okla . . . El Monte, Calif, EDWARD FRANK TUCKER ....... Atlanta, Ga JOHN FRANK TURNER .... . . . Carrollton, Ga WILLIAM EARL TURNER, Phi Della Them . . Grifhn, Ga JIMMY GREEN TUTEN, JR., Phi Della Them . Macon, Ga JOHN FRANKLIN TUTT, Phi Della DONALD WINSTON USHER . . ROBERT D. VAN HOUTEN . . . CLIFTON HOWELL VAUGHAN . Theta . . Macon, Ga . . . . . Atlanla,Ga . . . . Newnan, Ga . . . . . Atlanta Ga JAMES EDWARD VEVERA, Alpha Tan Omega, Orlando: Fla DANIEL ASHLEY VINCENT, Alpha PAUL E. WADSWORTH, JR., Bela 7 HOWARD THOMAS WALKER . JOHN WILLIAM WALKER . . WILLIAM HENRY WALKER . JOHN HENDERSON WALLACE, III Tan Omega, Tampa, Fla 'hem Pi . Horicon, Wis . . . . . Suffolk, Va . Gainesville, Ga . . Atlanta. Ga . . Decatur, Ga WILLIAM ALBERT WALTERS . . . . Atlanta, Ga JESSE D. NVALTON, Beta Them Pi SETH THOMAS VVALTON, JR . . JOHN DAVIS WARD ..... ROBERT DIUGUID WARREN . . RALPH PIERCE WATKINS, JR. . ROBERT L. WEATHERS . . WM. JOHN WEAVER, JR., Bela Thr! EMERY ELMER WEBB, JR. . . . ROBERT K. WELCH, Chi Phi . . ROBERT NICHOLSON WELLS . AUSTIN YV. WEST, JR. . . DONALD MAURICE WEST , PAUL D. WHEELER . . . JABEZ C. WHETSTONE . COLIE BARTON WHITAKER . JOE FRASIER WHITE ..... WILLIAM ALBERT WHITESIDE . ALFRED A. WICKLIFFE, Phi Kappa FRONTIS B. WIGGINS, JR. . . JOSEPH GUSTAVUS WILBURN . JAMES GERALD WILCOX , . . DONALD BRUCE WILKINS . . . . . . Albany, . . . . Atlanta, Ga . Charlotte, N. C . . . Marietta, Ga . . . . Hardin, Ky . Avondale Estates, Ga . . . . Atlanta, . rr Pi, Rocky Mount, N. C . . Birmingham, Ala . . . . Atlanta, Ga . Cumberland, Ky . . . Atlanta, Ga . , Jacksonville, Fla . Kingsport, Tenn . . Atlanta, Ga . Atlanta, Ga . . . . Atlanta, Ga . . . . Manatee, Fla Sigma . Sayville, N. Y . . . Decatur, . Fitzgerald, Ga . Atlanta, WM. HOWARD WILKINSON, Pi Kappa Alpha, Jamaica, N. Y ADOLPH LAMAR WILLIAMS . . . . . Florence. S. C GEO. N. WILLIAMS, Phi Della Them, West Palm Beach, Fla LEROY LANE WILLIAMS, JR. . . . . . Cross City, Fla WALLACE MCRANEY WILLIAMS ..... Atlanta, Ga ROY LEE WILSON ..... . . . . . Athens, Ga WM. E. WILSON, JR., Sigma Alpha Eprilon, Monroe, La CHANDLER R. WINGFIELD, JR. . FRED LESERMAN WOLF, Phi Epsfl EDWARD MCCORMICK WOMACK . SAM HOBERT WOOD ..... JOHN CORBETT WOODLE . . . . . Avon Park, Fla on Pi . . Tampa, Fla . . , . Decatur, Ga . . Birmingham, Al:t . . Marietta, Ga SIDNEY S. WOODS, JR. . . ...... Atlanta, Ga ROBERT H. WOODYARD ........ Atlanta, Ga THEODORE ROBERT WOTH, Bela Tlzcta Pi . Atlanta, Ga CARL DREWY WRIGHT .... . . . . Atlanta, Ga CHARLES QUINTARD WRIGHT, JR ..... Albany, Ga JOHN L. WRIGHT JR WARREN CANDIER WYNN . . . GEORGE S. YATES ..... JAMES R. YONGUE, Pi Kappa Phi . . . Little Rock, Ark Avondale Estttes Ga Atlanta Ga . . . . Sarasota, Fla EDWARD BRoWN'xvt5A1iT' .' .' ..... Arima, cat IZ WILLIAM JAMES YOPP, JR., Sfgm JOHN HENRY ZIMMERLEE, JR. . ROBERT PAUL ZIMMERMAN . ARNOLD A. ztPt1ERER, JR. . Nu . . Miami, Fla . . Oak Ridge, Tenn . . Forditluwri, -Tenn . Early Branch, S. C BLEPRII at t ti. 4.1 Ll , ' I i .,.. ,, , , Q r J A -4 ,ze If E1 , .dr mf ' 1 . V 1:1 ,- fwggwf M3 fi' sf ftxaf' PN if Z x X f 3 ff ff f 2 SV 0 -' W, 45 1 , f ff Muff Ziyi ylff - :pl ff 'Q N ifiif X J' f C ff? J 0 , J ff v -, , A Q f. if f Q ,ip mf ' W mil? f f f Q K, 15 4 ,aff 1 Z j O ' N ff f 1 7 X 4 gfmzzwt ,L ,- 1 f 4 ,K K f' . , , ,wffi ,Q 1 Z 1- 1- -ff 441 H4 :FQ fS'f I Z " sf , fi , i azfff NW E ff ' - K ,1,f9WvrWf33hW X-53757 H - - - S f f 4 .' , w- Xin sv" 2 S5 Z 1 -.2 f I .-www W' fx 4' ,, W, '4 A ' V- -'V5Sf'M,,w' 2,1 J. f 6 1 Z A ' in ., E ww, mn AMW X S? ig: 4--f , 'g. 1 ,G PRINT BLUE FURTY-SEVEN NINETEEN E TH 1 W w E I s W 'i N E I i v CAPT. 1. A, BRIGGS THE STAFF CAPTAlN I. A. BRIGGS P.N.S.6'T. mul C01111mz1zr1:z11f H. F. HOLLNISI-l'AXV . . Covzzzzmmlvr D. A. MARKS . . Lf. Conznznzzzfcfl' L. E. VOORHEES . . Liclzfczzzmf M. A. HULL . , . Cllflfllfll, USMC Front row, left to right: WILLIAMS, TOMASULO, POTTS, LINZEY . . . Back row: SCULLY, PIGG, ROGERS, REGISTER NAVAL R.lL T. . f , , K 41 4 Q' L , L f ,N2Msw4,L QV A DAV, X , f , , . . if ,gi P '1' M i S5Z? L MR. HULL, MR. MARKS, CAPT. BRIGGS, COMDR. HOLMSHAVJ, MR. VOORHEES CADET UFFICERS J. C. BILLINGS ........... . Lt. C'0'IIZ1l2!l7lflE?l' M. GIANNATTASIO J. E. SELLERS . . J. G. KENNEDY . D. D. STRONG . A. BORK . . C. B. AMERY . L. S. ACUFE . T. COLEMAN . W. F. CECIL . G. J. MEYE11s . J. L. UPTEGROVE M. S. CAHN . Bnttflliofz Comfnandcw' Cmnjmny "AU Covlznmmler Company "B" C071171Zd77fl0Y . Lieutenant . Lieutenant . Liezlfenant . Lf67lfC11!I71f Lienzfwzanzf fvjgj Lieutenant fjgj Lieuienant fjgj Lieutenant . . . Ensign . Ensign . E n sign . Ensign Passing in re1fic'w. BILLINGS, I. C. mm . Em E 1 S jj,-...Q ,, , 1' , Y... 1, is., V4 ' - u .M '31 ,,.-.,.ga2,,, ','.:1,1:'fV f' "-H-e"5.:4.,aQ:+'vj, ff 1 X. ,x,. , 15 .-'Lui .M " 'bfi ,- ,dnl T 'J .wa Open House in the Armory Georgia Tech is one of the few schools in the country selected to have a regular Naval R.O.T.C. unit. Under the able leadership of Captain Briggs, the unit here at Tech is doing much to make the school proud of it. if Tar ll llll pil Xiu 'NN' "Q 5,5 "N'k5"fl- XT' X-X, "SE-ti'fRi1:-F' li- Ei-'NAQSQMQW 'FV 9 'YS 3i'ifYvXnQR' ff .3-RK will? TSWRXQQ w , , f 1 " ,g - l The Navy Day gathering at lfae Armorgz. The Naval R.O.T.C. is made up of one battalion composed of two companies. Only students of out- standing scholarship Who meet the physical require- ments are selected. A four-year course in Naval Science and Tactics is offered which leads to a com- mission of ensign in the Navy. The Color Guard wuule 1412 of four Lfll1'i1ZL'S. mllo w l v l I i . . I 1 F:-5' V 1.-UA' ' T. ,fi . " A- X. " , , i'.'4,g,. ' ' . 1 V . 1 ,, , 1 A ' , L --six? T7 Lf ' .suv-vrfrlgg, ' L 'W' ,r,.1:-9574! i " 1 84.44 ' , M' -I 4 . ,.', f - - -wmv . - - .ww , , .,' s . -ng-fi . , , ,W , .e,, C 0 M P A ' ' ' ' RAIKE, KENNEDY, BORK Prc'sr11frlli0lz of AlL'fll'fI,S on Nrnfy D113 164 Wi , W , , . , W' ,, w ' f ,ZWge'Z f fy, 1 ac C0 AN 6"' The Navy Drill Team. AMERY, STRONG, GURNEY 4- ,' , ' " . V ' ' L . 165 I J J 5 5 I 'a IQ II I2 11,4 1 If 115 56 57 I8 WTQYH 42 as se I1 nzizazszslzrlszfs ,,Mrfhfss RMY R.0.T.C. 2 Z9 if I I :Yi se lbdober M Bvvamw' I 2 7 5 9 . IZ I5 16 ' I If I2 23 25 29 39 COL. IEFFORDS Front row, left to right: MAI. MATHES, LT. COL. LITTLE, COL. IEEEORDS, LT. COL WILDER, CAPT. IRBY Second row: MAI. GIESLER, LT. COL. OUIG-LEY, CAPT. AMASON, CAPT. IONES, LT. COL. BREWER Front row, left to right: ELLIS, PATRICK, MUGERDITCHIAN, BOATENREITER, OWENS, COSTELLO .... Second row: THOMAS, WELLS, PEREGRIN, YARBROUGH, WILSON .... Third row: COONS, BENNETT, BARTKIEWICZ, TURCOTTE, RIEL. 166 MAI. TREADWAY. . S 'iff' I .1 . SA S W T 1' V C 3 fiikfif I I ,,33j25qQ.g'Pg-fmggif jeg., G E 2 , Q srl COLONEL WILLIAM Q. JEFFORDS, JR. P.M.S.5T. BIRD LITTLE - - L . Lt. Colonel S. M. BREXVER - - - - Lt.Colo11el Q. S. QUIGLEY - - - - Li. Colonel C. C. NVILDEI1, JR. - - - - Lt, Colonel E. S. MATHES- - - - - Maja-r J. E. TREADXVAY - - - Major W. H. AMASON- - - - -Captain W. E. NICCULLOUGH - - ' -Captain P. B. IRBY, JR. ---- - - Cajltnin R. G. JONES - - . . Capfain BATT LIU S Bflfffllhill C0llIl1llll'ZdC1' G. W. MAT1-mxvs, ju. . J. K. FELKER, ju. . H. R. COLE, JR. . . . R. W. VAN VANDING1-IAN'I . . TFF Lf. Colonel . Major . Cfzptrlm . Crzfzlain . Czljnfain 7 DAVIS Z-,X ffiiflx ,eb-QM AQ' X KDE L, . , fl"-1 ww. Q . H ,X 1. 1. gl Top: Colonel Davis and Staff Reviewing :hc Bnrmlion Bollmn: Company Ofliccrc Front and Ccnrcr Xe he CUMPAN H" Company "A": CAPT. I. M. ANDREWS, Compcmv Commander: 1ST LT. R. B. KERCE, Executive: 1ST. LT. R. M. LESTER, IST LT. H. H. NALL, cmd IST LT. I. L. WIBLE, Platoon Leaders. The Tech Army ROTC unit has been completely reorganized and greatly increased in size during the past year. Colonel W. Q. Jefforcls, Jr., joined the faculty in August, 1946, and now heads the unit. Colonel Jeffords has a colorful military background gained from 30 years of service including duty as assistant military attache in the American Embassy in London. His years of experience have enabled him, with the aid of his competent staff, to shape one of the best ROTC units in the country. Lf. Col. Little, imtruriifzg. Pershing Rifles-crack drill team. 168 Band: CAPT. W. E. BELL, Commanding, IST. LT. R. L. MEEKp ZND LT. H. E. PITTMAN5 ZND LT. S. R. SIMPSON, IR. MX SGT. ELLIS The Tech ROTC unit was awarded an excellent rating at the annual Federal Inspection for the 1945-1946 school year. During this same period the Tech ROTC rifle team finished Hrst in the Fourth Service Command Competition and placed second and third in the William Randolph Hearst Trophy Match for the Fourth Service Command area. ' CUMPAN H" Company "BH: CAPTAIN BUCK MICKLE, Company Commander: IST LT. NI. H. OUATTLEBAUM, IST LT ' A, VV. REID, Plcloon Leaders. C. A. RAWSON, IR., and IST LT. 169 Discussiwz on flae drill field. There are now five branches of the service represented at Tech. The Infantry, Coast Artillery, Signal Corps, and Ordnance units, formerly here, have been reactivated and, in addition, an Air Force unit has been established. The Air Force courses consist of training in meteorology, aircraft maintenance, administrative and supply work, and personal training. Top: Getting ready for drill. Botfoms The Color Guard. CUMPAN H" Company "C": CAPTAIN W. H. GLEASON, Company Commcmderg IST LT. C. C. COLLINS, 2ND. LT. R. C. BROCK, cmd 2ND LT. G. H. SPARKS, IR., Platoon Leaders. 170 The final year includes an orientation program for actual flying in which each student receives 10 to 20 hours of flying time. Upon successful completion of four years' training in any branch, including six to eight weeks of summer camp, the student receives n reserve commission as second lieutenant in the Ofiicers, Reserve Corps of the Army of rhe United States. Above: Practicing at the rifle range. Right: The rifle team. Lower Rlgfoi: Inside the armory. CUMPAN H" ki, L E 1? E. QM.. .f..:ilif. ,pi Comncny "D": CAPTAIN I. A, COCHRANE, Company Comrncndery lST. TT. G. 'W HEA? Eve' nl 1 2ND LT. F. D. RAMSEY, 2ND LT. I, C. STANTON, ond ZND LT. VJ. D. WOLFE, IR., Platoon LE-aide l7l 1-1, , ' '.74""','f' H 1 1 , ' - 'f' , ,JN , ' ' ,nf , fa - V L -- A ff ,f wi ' -,gawk if J V"'fi- s: nfs -Q, W fs ,wjfrmwg W www-1 x Nwwrvw .. - f- ff . - ' " A X' N Q, . if -.ww , . 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A 'NZ6 Once again the spirit of homecoming dominated the other- wise studious atmosphere. in the flats this year when the old grads wandered back to their expanding alma mater. Old friends met and enjoyed the re-telling of their age-old collegiate jokes. The alumni visited the school, witnessed the efforts of an education hungry G. I. Joe, saw the growth of the school, ate barbecue at the "Y", sang, and then went to a ball game. And what a ball game it was! An unlucky, oft-beaten but powerful Navy team led the Jackets until the final minutes of play, when Tech scored a fortunate but well deserved win by capitalizing on the breaks. It was truly a "last second thrillerl' which 'displayed fine school spirit and strong team play. Top fo boffonz: The Sigma Phi Epsilon steam Wagon .... Pi Kappa Alpha bathtub .... The buxom miss is on the Chi Phi junk .... The Delts with their sick cylinders. Below: Sigma Chi's third place Grant Field. Left: Kappa Alpha and their Confederate wreck .... Rigfyf: The Delts lay a smoke screen. Immediately following the game, Tech men journeyed down Peachtree to Five Points, where they held an impromptu pep rally. Before the game, most of Tech's 21 fraternities deco- rated their houses with various "sink Navyv themes, which added much color and enthusiasm to our annual greeting of the welcomed alumni. - A parade of Ramblin' Recks took place in the morning around Peters Park. A wide variety of unusual items, such as bathtubs, smoke bombs, caged goats, guillotines, and huge Shotguns were mounted on the wrecks, each with its individual and sometimes completely incoherent message. The Sigma Alpha Epsilon junk won by a hair, and was dubbed the winner after some close competition from the Delts and K A's. All in all, it was highly typical of the rowdy, cheerful, well organized, and Welcoming homecoming 'which has helped make Tech famous. Rzgbt: Watson pilots the ATO junk for Admiral Burdell .... Below: Chi Phi's second place decoration features a doomed middie. Q0 O 4 ii i', "" I X7 , gf ,-1. X, 'SJRA ,ff Mitt I . LW-QPSK T TQQQQ vygyggif rff A ig Li. YHV 1 s Ky. -4 A 4 KY mx ., I g X l, i ,fm ,, al -fab xii ,- A A 7. Qygj. Q , Ili' A , .lj mw 'X A fi. H S ' ' r '3'-T5 "i2 ,Q if ff H 'V ' . f'T74'Q,iilwlf.-:TTT x .4 ' Iffm?.bfl7', - .V SVQJ N-e.,,..f w JACKETS DEFLATE NAV Y. T015 lcfi: The Phi Delta Thetals gigantic billy goat .... Above: Delta Tau Delra's prize winning battleship, the U.S.S. Snafu .... An unusual and interesting SAE decoration. Below, left: The Delts again gathering myriacls of onlookers ..,. Rigbf: The ATOmic powered wreck on Peachtree Street. 182 The Bulldog Holrzecoming dance, with the A1lb1L1'1L Knigbis giving the vncllow mime or zz 11c'z1r rapacziy mowrf Living up to theitrue Tech spirit, the alumni swarmed back Homecoming Day to gather in the YMCA and celebrate old times. Dr. M. L. Brittain was on hand to welcome those over Whom he had presided. Many old faces gave spirit to an older affair. A few speeches, a lot of talking, and the delicious barbe- cue really put our grads in excellent shape for ambling across the street to Watch their "boys" tromp a scrappy Navy team 28-20. The Bulldog Club sponsored a Homecoming dance that night. The alumni crowded in Tech's huge gymnasium and scraped their feet to the lyrics of one of the foremost college bands, the Auburn Knights. What a Wonderful Way to conclude a big day in the history of Tech. - Right Dr. Bricrain greets an alumnus, one of the many that attended the rousing homecoming. Below Two of the old grads talk it over while two sing it out. 183 l.-,. .l T011 left: The mu Top right: Davis, Johnson, Likens, and Maas head the lead out. Side, top: Slack's piano accompanying his vocalist, Dottie Dare. Side, bottom: A pair try it the hard way. sic of Freddie Slack attracts a jam-packed crowd. jAe side, top: Part of the crowd filing out the door. Side, boitom: Sitting this one out. Bottom, left: Maas and Davis tripping the heavy fantastic. Boflom, right: Freddie Slack autographs a book of l.F.C. tickets. IFC The Interfraternity Council sponsored one of the biggest events of the social season last December when Freddie Slack and his fourteen-piece orchestra provided the music for an enthusiastic dance crowd. From the beginning it was apparent that all three dances would be both successful and crowded-they Were. One of the major honorary societies of Tech, ANAK, heightened the interestiof the evening by tapping those chosen as the most outstanding men at Tech. The few chosen for this high honor beamed proudly, and rightly so. A tea dance, a regular dance, and a formal constituted the entire engagement. At each the maestro delivered some of that scintillating piano rhythm for which he has become famous. Vocalist Dottie Ann Dare rendered a few sweet num- bers while the crowd watched admiringly. The dances concluded with the Saturday night formal, a huge success. Top: A glimpse of the formal dance on Saturday night. Who stole the UR" and "D" in the backdrop decorations? Bolfom, lvfl: Parr of the Lhousands coming our of the stands immediately following the leadouc. Boilom, right: ANAK members Davis, Mathews, and johnson rapping Niles Millsap. IM FRATIER ff as 2 F i , i v,,- - . lily Atlanta rocked last year with the round of fraternity dances that seemed to never end. Hardly a weekend passed without some function of the informal, and usually one of the formal, variety being given. Tuxes and tails were definitely in vogue to accompany the evening dresses of all descriptions, including the low-necked type. Beautiful Women, melodious bands, and colorful decorations gave atmosphere to all the occasions. Vfallflowers climbed off their walls and took a whirl. The Kappa Sigma Fraternity gave their annual Black and NVhite Ballg the Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity held a flashy formal, and Sigma Chi elected its sweetheart at the largest attendance of any formal dance. These were only the highlights of a fraternity social season that will likely never be equaled. Above: Black and White Formal .... Below, left: Dick Bodine, B. I. Brown, and dates during the Sigma Chi Sweetheart Ball .... Right: a hot one makes the bugs jump at the Phi Ep Formal. 186 sw- at ff? I CES Right, Top to Bottom: The Kappa Sigma Black and White Formal in the Biltmore. The event of the entire Kappa Sig social sea- son .... Part of the lare turnout for the Sigma Chi Sweetheart Ball. It was crowded but everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. . . . Greenbaum leers at the camera during the Phi Epsilon Pi Formal in the ballroom of the Biltmore. Banquets and parties preceded and followed this blowout .... Kirk and Bates predominate during one of the faster numbers of che Sweetheart Ball. The winners of the Delta Tau Delta Artist Ball " f l n. Costume Contest. One smiling and one or or MORE 6000 TIMES Top, left: IFC wheels roll over the floor during the intermis- sion .... Bottom left: "Sack" Ethridge takes time out to hoist his bay Window .... Below, first row, left: "The Apen and "The Shoulders." . . . Below, jirst row, riglat: Our own "Legs" McClure as May Queen runner-up .... Below, second row, left: Fred Perry triesla frog dive .... Below, second row, right: The YMCA Latin Orohestra giving a tango .... Below, third row, left: Williams shakes the hay for the boys at the Phi house.A . . . Below, third row, right: "She's the sweetheart of Sigma Chi." Top left: The Delts roast weiners, but take time out for a snapshot .... Right: Kappa Sig Ball .... Miclrllff, left: Sun so hot, Water not .... Miclclle, right: Delts smile before eating .... Bottom left: Ziegfeld really missedbsomething .... Bottom, right: The Sigs throw a house dance .... Right: Jeanette receives her whine cross while Johnny Preston smiles. Top, left to right: Apple Jim and his ever-present cart .... KA party with three teddy bears .... The Sigma Nus have Tarzan .... Prof. Stanton, Chaperon, plays cards at a Sigma Nu party .... Boftom row, Phi Delta Theras after a smoker. . . . Duke horns Wilson .... Side, top: Chi Phis try bridge a While .... Side, bottom: Some of that Latin rhythm. SPO SURS mad .july mirimuge for GEORGE MATHEWS mad Wane? jorgeff I for CALVIN JOHNSON Widd Effie Eugen for DOYLE JOHNSON A Wad QOH? jrimgge for NILES MILLSAP mm .Ann Jacks on for BRUNO DAMIOLI MIAA .klein Quaffigaum for JOHN KENNEDY 6 JOCLIIJLQ .yl'lgl"6l.I'l'L for AVREA INGRAM jf , if i 5. S' X' t1 . If , SPO idri ygonchne wager for JOE PETTYJOHN SORS WMM. CLCLPEJ .S7cAneic!er for CHARLES SCHNEIDER Wm. paine for J. O. "BUDDY" PAINE Vnidri 7!Mifc!rec! WMJOU! 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Each year the Council sponsors two sets of dances, A L i 1 we , the first cominv before Christmas and the last at the end of , ' A -J "1 . 1 C ' Es., the school year. ' First row, left to right: ALLMAND, BACHMAN, BAILEY, BERATAN, BRANSON, BROWN, BUSBIN, CHEATHAM .... Second row: COLEMAN, COOPER, COVEY, COX, deCOUR'T, DILLARD, DILLON, FLICK .... Third row: FRENCH, GAMMILL, GERALD, GOLDBERG, GREENE, GRIFFIN, HENDERSON, HENRY .... Fourth row: HOLLID1-XY AORTCSN, HOUSTON, HUGHES, IOHNSON, IOHNSTON, KARLIN, KING .... Fifth Row: KRUGER, KYKER, LIKENS, LOMAN, LOVE, MAAS, MCLEMORE, MCWHORTER 200 CUUNCIL Spring G. B. wrILSON, III - - - - - R. L. BAILEY - E. D. LIKENS - R. L. LOMAN- R. T. DAVIS - - E. C. JOHNSON E. D. LIKENS - J. M. MAAS - - Fall Vice Vice Presirlemf P1'L'.Si!lL'71f Secrezfa ry Trffusu fer PI'L'SiLl6'11f P1'CSillE11f Src rata ry Trcrlsurer First row, left to right: NOVAK, PAINE, PARKER, PAYSON .... Second row: PERRY, RASKIN, RICHARDS, ROGAN .... Third row: ROUSH, SCHWANN, STAPLE- TON, STUMBERG .... Fourth row: SULLINS, SWINNIE, TODD, WATSON, F. A. . Fifth row: WATSON, R. B., WHITAKER, WOODALL, WYCOTT. 2 ALPHA EPSILON PI G. BACHMAN L. BERATAN H. GOLDBERG J. IQRUGER ALPHA TAU OMEGA E. C. JOHNSON R. B. WATSON BETA TI-IETA PI R. L. BAILEY C. J. COOPER J. DILLON CHI PHI W. E. BUSISIN R. T. DAVIS CHI PSI F. J. SCI-IWANN F. A. XVATSON DELTA SIGMA PI-II L. PJIANDIOLI R. NO-VAK C. W. STAPLETON J. E. ROGAN DELTA TAU DELTA G. M. COLEMAN J. E. LO-VE C. A. ROIUSI-I KAPPA ALPHA G. H. I'II3ND1ERSON H. W. SULLINS KAPPA SIGMA C. F. BRANSON D. C. KYKER O. E. LIKENS LAMBDA CHI ALPHA T. C. Cox J. K. DILLAIID D. M. FRENCH PHI DELTA THETA G. C. CI-IEAIHAM J. DOYLE D. NV. GARIMILL J. R. HOLLIDAY PHI EPSILON PI L. GILBERT J. M. MAAS S. RASKIN DAVIS MEMBERS PHI GAMMA DELTA P. R. GRIFFIN R, C. RICHARDS W. SCHOEL B. VV. XVILLIAMS PHI KAPPA SIGMA H. L. I'IORTON E. L. PARKER PHI KAPPA TAU V. H. WYCOTT J. WI-IITAKEI1 PI KAPPA ALPHA I.. S. COVEY H. F. DE COURT H. E. HUGHES B. G. STUNIBERG PI KAPPA PHI R. H. ALLMAND L. L. HENRY H. M. MCWI-IOIITER SIGMA ALPHA EPSILO NI C. M. JOHNSTON E. F. IQING J. H. MCLERIOIKE G. B. WILSON SIGMA CI-II B. I. BROXVN J. O. PAINE H. M. TODD SIGMA NU R. A. FLICK K. GREENE O. K. HOUSTON F. B. PERRY SIGMA PHI EPSILON C. N. GERALD R. I-I. LOMAN TAU EPSILON PI-II E. XV. KAIILIN W. E. PAYSON THETA CHI F.. SXVINNIE R. WOOD,-xI.I, OFFICERS G. BACHMAN . . President W. V. COHEN . . Vice Pwsident I. B. MILLER . . . Secretary J. W. BAROS . . Treasurer BACHMAN In March 1946, the Zeta Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi, inactive for 20 years, was again reesnablished on the Tech campus. With the brothers of the Sigma Gamma Fraternity as a nucleus, Alpha Epsilon Pi expanded its membership rapidly, and they now have a very strong chapter. The social season was highlighted by a semi-formal initiation dance, an all-day out- ing in cooperation with other chapters of the fraternity at Emory University and at the University of Georgia, and a highly successful "Roaring Forties Party." The Zeta hopes to attain elven greater success with the acquisition of a new home some- time inthe near future. First row, left to right: ALLEN, BAROS, BASEWIEZ, BERATAN, CITRON, COHEN, DIAMOND, ESKENAZI .... Second row: FEINBERG, GELBTUCH, GLASS GOLDBERG, GUNSHOR, HOLLANDER, IMERSHEIN, IAPFE .... Third row: KAVY, KRUGER, KUBITSKY, LAZEROUS, LISS, MAURER, MAZELSKY, MILLER 202 C10c'fz1uisc': The Adam's Park outing .... A11 the smiles right after initiation .... Blackie Goldberg and smiling date .... Ummm, looks good! 0 First row, le-ft lo right: ROSENBERG, RUBACH, SCI-IINDLER, SCI-IOENBERG. . . . Second row: Sl-IARTAR, SKOTNIK. L. SPITZER, M. SPITZER .... Third row. STURM, TRIEBVJASSER, W'EINBIiIRG, WEINREB. I. ALLEN M. ARNOPF M. L. BACH J. NV. BAROS L. IJQASEXVIEZ L. L. BERTAN I. M. CITRON W. COHEN P. DIAMOND A. ESKIENAZI S. N. FIEINBERG N. GELBTUCK S. GLASS H. GOLDBERG E. GoI.Ds'rE1N I. GUNS!-IOR I. M. 1'IECI-IT A. I-Io1.l.,xNne R MEMBERS XV. L. Ixuznsuiarx M. AIA!-I-'E B. F. KAN' II. KRUc.1.u S. II. Kuurrsia M. Lixzrgaous Y J- H. B. H. L. B. I. B. I. N. M J- H I-I L. L. M N A. H I. B. D H. Lnvx' Liss MALIN MAsI.1A iVlAURIE.R MAZELSIQY B. M11.LEln NIINTZ ROSENBERG RUBACH . SCIIINDLER I-I. ScHor3Nm5nG . S1-x,x11T,x1x . P. SKOTN IK SOCOL F. Srfrrznla . Svrrzrzn . STURM ,lHI"NIiNHAL'H . Tun' nw A951 Il XY'rilN lilzlif. XVI :Nunn .P Zlll. IOHNSON DOBSON E. C. JOHNSON- J. T. DOBSON - . J. W. HOXVELL- D. R. JOHNSON J. T. DOBSON - - R. HORSELX' - - C. W. HENSON - W. H. DENNIS - Mia fora C'Aa,,fe,. OFFICERS Spring Fall T 7 f x ' 5. 9 IT Q car 'Q Ill - - P1'8.fill'L'llf Vice P1'esi1fe1z1f - - Secretary - Treaswer' - - President Vice P1'eside1zl - - Secretary - - T1'rns11rc1' EFA ,fl The Maltese Cross of Alpha Tau Omega is symbolic of the oldest fraternity at Georgia Tech. Organized in 1888, this chapter was granted its charter three months before Tech received its charter as an authorized state institution. Alpha Tau Omega, the first Greek-letter fraternity organized after the Civil Wfar, Was founded at Richmond, Virginia, on September 11, 1865. Now grown to he one of the great national fraternities, A.T.O. has ninety-five active chapters throughout the nation and over fifty thousand lifetime members. Advocaring a well rounded college life for its men, the Beta Iota Chapter is collectively interested in maintaining a high scholastic standing and keeping its high place in leadership and campus activ- ities. House-parties, the Spring Formal, hayrides, and informal dances keep up the social interests while the year-round participation in intra-mural sports rounds out a full program. First row, left to right: ANDERER, ANDERSON, ARNOLD, AUSTIN, AYERS, BA BCOCK, BARFIELD, BELL. . . . Second row: BEUTELL, BLANCETT, BOND, BRAN- NEN, BREEN, BROOKS, BROWN, BROVINLEY .... Third row: BRUCE, BURKE, BURROUGHS, CAFFEE, CARLISLE, CARLSON, CLARK, COCHRAN .... Fourih row: CORDES, COX, DAFFIN, DANIELS, DARBY, DARSEY, DAWSON, DEADWYLER. 204 Clockwise: ATO's prize rushee .... Music appreciation. Beauty and the beast .... We took those pictures. 'i.'-5,5 'LIQLLL Lis 44-ji jlqqgfcaf ITQIT :J I ,... .. nw , ,-K T s F: 1 -x, 43 r, i , SL-, ' . iQi.,..iJ First row, left to right: DENNIS, EMERSON, ESTES, EELKER, FORWARD, FRYE, GLEASON, GRAY .... Second row: GUNN, HENSON, HILLEY, HOLTSIIIGTIP-i HORSLEY, HOUPT, HOUSTON, HOWELL .... Third row: HUNTER, HUTCHINS, IVEY, D. IOHNSON, R, IOHNSON, IONES, IORDON, KLMP. ,... .F'J'.l!lTi row: L. KING. F. KING, KIRKPATRICK, KITCHENS, KLINGON, KOPP, LAWRENCE, LESTER. 205 311:-n-:ms Clorkwisc: That'11 learn him .... One of the many. Performers for Ipzma talent scout .... ATO's muscle men an work. ALPHA TAB! G. V. ALLURIGI-IT J. ANDIZRER B. J. ANDERSON J. M. ARNOLD T. C. AUSTIN E. D. AYERS C. I BABCOCK T. J. BART-'IELD XV. J. BELL. B. K. BEUTELI. XV. M. BLANCETT R. E. BOND L. A. BRANNEN W. H. BREEN J. L. BROOKS R. E. BROOKS B. S. BROWN '1'. L. BROWNLEY J. Y. BRUCE H. G. BURKE P. F. BURKEEN S. M. BURROUGI-IS NV. H. CAFFEY A. S. CAMP XV. E. CARLISLE .. ' KN A r'. 1.7- MEMBERS J. E. CARLSON W. J. CARTER E. R. CLARK V. Z. COCHRAN K. N. COLLINS M. M. COOKSEY A. W. CORDES J. J. CORLEY E. F. Cox C. E. DAFFIN C, L.. DANIELS R. F. DARDY J. F. DARSEX' L. Y. DAWSON C. L. DEADWX'LER XV. H. DENNIS J. T. DOBSON J. W. ELDER L. C. EMERSON E. M. :ESPY L. P. ESTES J. K. EVANS XV. M. EVANS P. M. FELKER T. M. FORBES E. R. FORNVARD S. J. J. wr J. C. C. R. T. W. FREENIAN W. FRYE F. GILCI-IRIST . H. GLEASON XV. GRAX' O. GUNN W. HENSON D. HILLEY E. HOLLINGSWOR H. S. HOLTSINGER R. F. HORSLEY F. W. HOUPT E. A. HOUSTON R. C. HOUSTON J. W. HOWELL H. A. HUNTER C. J. HUTCHINS T. W. IVEY W. E. JERVEY D. R. JOHNSON E. C. JOI-INSON R. F. JOHNSON E. G. JONES R. E. JONES R. J. JORDAN First row, left to right: MOOPHERSON, MATHEWS, MOCULLOUGH, MCI-IUGH, MCILVAINE, MCLAUGHLIN, MILLER, MITCHAM, MURPHY .... Second row: MUSE, NEWTON, NORTHCUTT, OLIFF, OJNEN, PASCHAL, PEARCE, PHILLIPS, PITMAN. . . . Third row: POLLMAN, POWELL, POWER, QUEEN, RICHARDSON, RUTHEFIFORD, SAUNDERS, SAMS. 206 TH x NSW' 5' I 321 X 1.1 2 if j f N.,..,gi , X G. A. KELIP E. L. KING F. G. KING G. L. KIRKPATRICK T. A. KITCHENS A. J. KLINGON E. XV. Kopp K. LAWRENCE . LESLIE G. N. LESTER A. L. LOFTON R. MACP.HERSON . M. RITALOY J. A. MATHEWS W. R. MATI-IEIVS H. C. MCCULLOUG11 W. P. MCHUGH S. R. Mc ILVAINE C. A. MCLA'UGHI.IN B. W. MII.LAR . D. MII.LER . A. MITCHAM J. RTURPHY W. I-I. MUSE W. E. NET-J'fO'N G. H. NORTHCUTT J. A J. C .T C G MEMBERS XV. L. OLIFF D. F. OWEN R. S. PASCHAL J. D. PEARCE P. E. PENNISTON XV. J. PHILLIPS J. H. PITMAN H. S. PITTS R. C. POLLMAN W. L. POWER XV E. QUEEN NV. B. IRICHARDSON W2 T. RUTHERFORD E. J. SAUNDERS C. J. SAMS A. J. SCI-IROEDER R. T H. I-I. J. R. XV . C. SCI-IULTZ A. SI-IANIQS E. SHEPARD Z. SMITI-I L. SMITH SMITI-I R. SMITH E. H. SPARRMAN J. K. SPARKMAN W. L. SPENCER E. L. STANLEY B. E. STELZENNIULLER J. W. SUMMEROUR D. W. TERRY R. H. THOMPSON R. C. THORNTON J. H. TUCICER W. S. TUTWILER J. E. V-EYERA D. A. VINCENT M. L. WAKEFIELD D. P. WALIQER J. M. WALL R. R. WARREN . B. AVATSON . B. XVATSON F. B. WENN J. H. WEITN,xUER C. L. XVHARTON W. L. WILIEIOIT .J R G. XWILRINS T. T. XVILLIAMS R. L. NVILSON A. W. NVREN E. B. WYATT Clorkwise: One of the better moments .... Through the Maltese Cross .... Another prize rushee flanked by the Johnsons. Firsi row, left io riqhl: SCHHOEDER, SHANKS, SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SMITH, SPARKMAN. STANLEY, STELZENMLILLSR, SUNIMDROUR, x. ..Szfonrl'IIr.'iit'T'TlRfiff. THOMPSON, THORNTON, TUCKER, TUTWILER, VEVERA, VINCENT, VJAKEFIELD, JIVALKEP .... Third row: KVALL, NARRLN, '.'.f.TfpOII, Nfffwlll, .'.'E,11ImI,J!.YT. WILKINS, 'WZLLIAIvIS, NVYATT. 207 OFFICERS Spring R. I... BAILEY . . . . .Pregidgnf N. V- MILLSAP Vice Prcsiflenf J. D. PEARCE . .Sc-5Wfay3, C. H. COXVAN - . . T1'easz1rc'1' Fall P. A. THOMAS - - . .Prggplgyyf N- V- MII-LSAP Vive Presiderzt J. D. PEARCE ....... . .Secretary C. J. COOPER ----- - - Treasurer gmc: -. I -8 BAILEY THOMAS "' fs? Il S2-LK AQ Beta Theta Pi is entering its 108th year of continuous existence as a national social fraternity. Founded at Miami Uni- versity in 1839, it now has over ninety chapters, with a total membership of more than forty thousand. The local chapter, Gamma Eta, was installed at Tech in 1917 and has been Well represented by its members in nearly all campus organizations and activities. Outstanding among the Beta Seniors are: Bob Bailey, member of ANAK and Vice President of the Inter- fraternity Council, Niles Millsap, member of ANAK and Omicron Delta Kappa, and editor of the TECHNIQUE, and Phil Thomas, chapter president and member of Alpha Chi Sigma. First row, left to right: ABSHIHE, ANDERSON, ATCHLEY, P. BEARD, W. BEARD, BELLOCCHI, BENSON, BERTSON, BLOEMER, BULL .... Second row: BUNCE CAULKINS, CHAPMAN, CLARSON, COOPER, COVJAN, DANIEL, DAVIS, DILLON, DUDNEY ..., Third row: FIELD, PINE, HARRIS, C. I-IOLCOMBE, H. HOL- COMBE, HUGHS, HYGH, IAMES, IONES, KING .... Fourth row: LASSETER, LURIE, LYNCH, MADRY, MCBRIDE, MCCABE, MCDANIEL, MCPHERSON, MEEK, MILLSAP. 20 8 ' Rau. Clocfuuixer Getting Navy'S goat ready to be kicked .... The Beta House .... Millsap in ecstasy .... The boys at home. I f ,, y N I . 38 , 55 mg' I ,lu me . I ff my b f- I . .QA . 'N ' I 1 3. A . , I -I w . ' ' .a - If I ffflifgiii ff j 2 D , . H I - L .. I First row, left to right: MORRISON, PATTON, PEARCE, PERKINS, PHILLIPS. . . . Second row: PITCHFORD, RICKS, RUSSELL, SAUNDERS, SHORE. . . 'Third row: SPYKE, STALL, STREET, STUCKEY, TRIMBLE .... Fourth row: WADSVVORTH. VIALTON, NVATT. 209 J. E. ABSHIRE C. M. ANDERSO-N R. C. ATCHLEY R. L. BAILEY P. E. BEARD NV. D. BEARD N. I-I. BELLoccI-II W. L. BENSON M. BERSTON R. L. BLOENIER Il. M. BOND F. J. BULL I. N. BUNCH G. L. CAMPBELL H. B. CAULRINS S. L. CHAPMAN R. P. CLARSON J. F. COLLINS C. J. COOPER C. H. Co-WAN H. C. DANIEL R. D. DAN'IS J. C. DILLON T. E. DUDNEY A. M. FIELD A. B. FINE H . K. GRAY MEMBERS R. O. HAMMOND J. L. HARRIS W. D. HILL C. P. HOLCOLIBE H. XV. HOLCOINABE C. V. HOL1'0N E. F. HUGHS B. D. HUNT G. J. I-IYDH W. I. JAMES C. W. JONES B. F. KING F. J. KRAUS E. F. LASSETER R. LURIE C. F. LYNCH J. T. MADRY J. T. MCBRIDE W. M. MCCABE J. E. MCDANIEL R. K. MCKENZIE XV. C. MCPPIEIKSON R. L. NIEEK S. C. IXIENAS N. V. MILLSAP XV. H. NIORRISON E. F. IXIURPHY J. G. MURPHY R. A. P. NORTPI D. P. PATCHEM NV. L. PATTON J. D. PEARCE G. H. PERKINS E. B. PHILLIPS J. S. PITCHFORD C. T. RICKS M. E. RUSSELL XV. H. SAUNDERS H. L. SHORT G. C. SIRRION H. H. SPYKE E. R. STALL R. H. SHEET H. T. STUCREY R. F. SWENSON P. A. THOMAS A. T. TRIMBLE P. E. WADSWDRTI-I J. D. XVALTON XV. WAR!! J. D. XVATT' J. D. XVEAVER C. R. WORRALL T. R. Worn D. P. YARRINGTON R. T. DAVIS - - XV. E. BUSBIN - - C. A. RAXVSON, Jn J. F. Loyn- - - W. E. BUSBIN - -w J. T. FULWILER, ,IR A. ANDREXVS, JR. - E. L. ANDERSON - OFFICERS S jf ring Fall ' Je. fa , 'A -5, DAVIS BUSBIN lv Q?. Q 5 mega CA.6l,,9tel' A Vice Vice Presidemf President Stcretrzry Trr'as1w'er P1'e.vi1le11t President Secretary T1'UflSlL1'Ul' t fi, at 9 I '5-L Known as the Hrst Greek-letter fraternity to be chartered, Chi Phi has been in existence since 1824, at which time a literary and religious club became known as the Chi Phi Fraternity. The local chapter was established here at Tech in 1904 and since that time it has been increasing in number and in strength. The national fraternity has followed a conserva- tive expansion policy and now has thirty-ive chapters with a total membership of over twenty thousand. First row, left to right: ANDERSON, ANDREWS, BALVVIN, BARNVVELL, BELL, BI CKERSTAFF, BLACKSHEAR, BOWERS, BUSH, CARVER .... Second row: CLARK COFFMAN, CONE, CONNALLY, CONWAY, CURRAN, CURTNER, DEAN, DUKE, ELLIS .... Third row: FLOYD, FULWILER, GEORGE, GI-IOLSON, GIBB, HARRIS HODGSON, HOWINGTON, HUGER, KENNEDY .... Fourth row: LIVINCSSTON, LOCKRIDGE, MANGHAM, MERRY, MURPHEY, O'CALLAGHN, OGLESBY, OWENS EARCE, PEARSON. 210 Clorfawise: Benutv on every step, but not on the right .... Everybody laughs .... But thc-:y're looking out the window. . . . If it were poker, he'd be blufifmg. A . . .' E EE- First row, left io right: PEELE, POTTINGER, RAINEY, REED, A. REES .... Second row: M. REES, RICHARDSON, ROBERTSON, ROLLOW, RYMAN .... Third row: SCHOENING, SHEPPARD, SPITLER, STOVER, THOMAS .... Fourih row: TREADWAY, WALLACE, WELCH, WISE, VVOMACK. C. S. ALLMAND A. S. ANDERSON E. L. ANDERSON A. ANDREWS . S. BALWIN . M. BARNXVELL D. C, BELL .T J J. M. BICRERSTAPF D. P. BLACKSIIEAR T. C. BOXVERS A. J. BRESSEE C. E. BRODNAX W. E. BUSDIN XV. G. BUSH C. 'W. CARVER J. F. CARVER D. D. CLARK NV. D. CLARK R. B. COFFIVIAN S. M. CONE T. NV. CONNALLY A. H. CONNVAY T. J. CRAIN D. J. CURRAN C. J. CURRIIE T. R. CURTNER XV. D. DANIELSON R. T. DAVIS L. C. DEAN T. L. DRYMAN P. A. DURE XV. T. DURISAN J. M. ELLIS R. L. ELLIS C. H. ELLISON MEMBERS C. A. EXVING E. L. FLOYD J. T. FULWILER XV. D. GEORGE P. GERINER H. A. GI-IOILSON J. R. GIBB C. H. GIRADEAU T. G. GREEN R. A. I'IARRIS J. E. HENNESSEY R. PIODGSON J. C. PIOXVINGTON W. E. PIUGIER D. M. ,KENNEDY C. V. LECRAW C. H. LINDSEY M. C. LIVINGSTON M. A. LOCRRIDCE J. F. LOYD S. NV. MANCI'IAM A. NIANKIN G. G. MAYFIELD D. R. NIAYSDIEN Ii MCDANIELS L. F. MCDON:XLIJ S. B. TVIELLEN P. RVIERRY C. C. MURPI-IY C. C. NEIDI.INc.ER .J- B. I.. O'CAI.I.AIII'IN M. L. OGI.IgSl5X' J. H. OI.nIaN I5. C. OXV1iNS II. PAI.Mc,IuR T. J. PILARCIL T. D. PEARSON F. W. PEELE A. C. POLLARD W. S. POTTINGER J. C. PRocToR J. S. RAINEY C. A. RAWSO-N C. P. REED A. E. REES M. E. REES W. J. REESE J. L. RICHARDSON C. F. RO-BERTSON T. A. ROLLOXV J. D. RYLANDER M. RYMAN T. E. SCI-INEIDER H. W. SCHOENING D. P. SI-IEPPARD L. D. SHERIDAN J. XV. SOUTIVIARD A. H. SPITLER R. W. STOVER M. W. TIRIQMAS W. L. TREADWAY J. A. WVAUGI-IAN J. W. XVALLACE R. XVALTERS R. K. WELCI-'I W. J. XJVILLIAMSON J. D. WILI..INczI-IAM W. D. WII.I.INuIIAM T. A. XVILSON R. li. XVISI. G. I. WDMALK .I- OFFICERS R. L. NOVACK . . . President L. VALLEJO, '. . Vice President P. KALCOS . . Secretary U P. BARQUIN . . TY6HS1t1'3T- NOVACK CLWLIYLCL CA-apief The Alpha Gamma Chapter of the Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity was founded on the Georgia Tech campus in 1920. First known as the Soldier's Club because it was founded by Veterans of World War I, the members soon petitioned and became a chapter of the nationally known fraternity. The World War II years sadly depleted the ranks of this fraternity, and the returning veterans gratefully appreciate .the fact that so few of its members and alumni carried the burden of keeping this chapter active for so long. Now that the Delta Sigs are united again the house vibrates with laughter and -logarithms. 1 First row, left fo right: AMBROSIO, BARQUIN, CAMACHO, ELLENWOQD, GLUYAS .... second row: IOHNSON. KAI-COS' MAIOCCO, MARKWALTER, NOEL .... Third 1-QW: REID, RODENBERG., HOGAN, SPITLER, STAPLETON. 212 Clorkzuisrr Some of the sons of the Sphinx take a twirl at dancing .... XVe got women at our house. . . .h Within dwells the spirit of the Sphinx .... Coats and ties indicate formal chow time. Vw TORCASSI VALLEIO MEMBERS V. X. AMBROSIE - P. BARQUIN J. CAMACHO R. H. CONNELL R. DELGADO S. DELORENZO L. XV. ELLENXVOO-D G. L. GLUYAS L. M. Jo-HNso-N P. P. KALCOS NV. I-I. LINDSEY C. N. Mmocco L. R. MANDIO-LA j. L. NIARKWALTER 213 R. G. Nom. R. L. NovAK B. A. REID J. C. RODENRERG J. E. ROGAN J. SACKELLARAS R. A. SPITLER C. XV. STAPLETON G. C. STAPLETON V. STRICKLAND J. E. THOMPSON J. A. Toncfxssl L. E. VALLEJO XV. J. XVEGMAN f RAIKE G. W. RAIKE V J. F. FISKE - - H. C. BRADFORD . j. E. LOVE V - G. W. RAIKE V - J. F. FISKE - - F. H. CLOUD - J. E. Lovs - - Ctlnnld KA-Cl-ldtel' OFFICERS Sf7I'i7Ig Fall A A aww 0 - - P1'csi:z'c'1zt Vice P1'eSi!lE11f 4 - - SfC1'C'1'zll'j' - - Trerzswerf - -P1'esi1le1zi Vice P1-esiclwzt - - Secretary - Treasurer ai Delta Tau Delta was founded at Bethany College in 1859 and now has seventy-five active chapters and over a hundred alumni chapters throughout the country with a total membership of over forty thousand. In February of 1920, a local fraternity known as Beta Phi Delta was granted a charter as Gamma Psi Chapter of Delta Tau Delta. This year the Delts rose to great heights on the Tech campus by winning the Interfraternity Softball Tournament, che annual homecoming decoration award, and by placing third in Ramblin' Reck contest. This spring the annual Artists and Models ball was held and again turned out to be one of the most successful of fraternity dances. ca S., 5 XY? Nm xiii:- fissl-YN' .'ii:.1+Xfs . .., ' isis :Vs say ' ' AA . . Eff x raw:- . .. . . 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Fifth row: MCCAMISH, MCMAHAN, E. MINTON, I. MINTON, MORROW, MULLIS, PENN, PIERCE, REDDY, REISER. 214- CloL'fz1ui.v1': Player Llfld Simpkins get the last drop of Kickapoo Joy Juice .... In the middle of Forsyth Street right after the Artists' Ball .... Raike helps dunk thc Navy .... Hugo gives an Ipana grin for the photographer. .-.fav 1. .is-iwmt ,,.. ' . 7 .ff .. Nw ' . -' 5 'S . if 1 , . .:,. . '12 ' 5.-55? ., ,.,..g.. 'V I fm Q , 1. , , '- ya. f 'i 'fri 1.3" . J 'I I If ,xi ..1..r1I3"Jfi ' First row, left Io right ROUSH, HUCKER, SALTER, SCANLON . . . Second row: SCHEUER SEEGAR SHIPLEY SIMS. . . Third row: SMITH, STEVENS, STRANGE-SOSTON, TATGENL I-IORST .... Fourth row: TIOHY, TRIMMER, TRINGAS, TURNER. . . . Fifth row: YOUMANS, YOUNG. J. D. T. BIZE D. BOONE H. C. BRADFORD D. W. BRAIDWOOID R. T. R. M. C. C. F. J. G. C. R. J. V C. BROXVARU J. BROWDER C. BRYAN M. BURAN R. CI-IIVINGTON L. CHRISTIAN H. CLOUD A. COCK-IRANE M. COLEMAN L. COPE L. CO'RDES M. CRAXVFORD M. CRANVFORD W. M. CROMER D. W. CUSACR S. I.. DEAN R. D. DOMBACIC V. J. DOYLE J. H. ELLIS J. H. ELSINGER K. ERVIN J. F. FISKE C. G. GARDNER 215 MEMBERS R. F. GRAVES J. D. GRAY XV. T. GREENE G. G. PIALLIVIAN M. N. HALLII-IAN R. C. ITARRISS C. J. l1ULLINGER J. NV. LIUNTER T. L. l'lUTTO B. A. JANNIZY H. JAY H. C. JOHNSTON T. A. JOHNSTON P. JONES XV. P. JORDAN G. H. IQENDLIEY R. C. LAWSON F. Lis:-I J. E. LOVE D. K. LUDWIO J. E. RJATHEXVS E. E. lVlCBRIDE H. F. RJCCAMISII P. T. MCMAIIAN J. E. NlCN1iILl. E. J. AfllNTON J. T. A-llNTON R. K. R'lORIlOXV C. NV. MULLIS F. H. L. PENN A. PIERCE XV. H. PLAYER G. NV. IKAIKE R, E. REDDY NV. E. IREIS ER C. 12. C. F. H. L. XY' XV J - J . K . 'XV A. Rousi-I D. IRUCKER E. SALTER D. SCANLON E. Sci-IEUER B. SIEIIGAR J. SIIIPLEY H. SIMS R. SMITI-I SNELLING A. STEIII-IENS F. STEIIENS D. L. STRA NGE-BOSTON D. .I- R. C. N. G. .1 A A. rl4A'I'GENIIORST C. TICPIY H. TRIMMILR J. TRINGAXS C. TURNER M. YOUAIANS I.. YOUNK, OFFICERS Spring D. L. BRANDON - - .----. . - - Presirlezzt B, H, YAWN . . . - - Vice President V. L. PICKERING - - . . Spgfefgry JL E. ALEXANDER . . . . . Treasurer Fall H. :KIRKLIAN . . . . . . . Prg5ifIg71f D. E. XVILLIAMS . . . . Vjgg Prggjglqnt T. B. ELFE - - - . . . Segrefqry J. E. ALEXANDER .---------- - Treasurer QM9'f21S.5'i 1 BRANDON KIRKMAN if KA Xa O B 5 is E 15' ey, 4+ , ' AX Y .x44aAa .Sigma CAalofer lift The Kappa Alpha order was founded at Washington and Lee University in December of 1865, and now has sixty-seven chapters with a total membership of over thirty thousand. One of the Hrst fraternities on the Tech campus, Kappa Alpha was installed locally in October 1899, as Alpha Sigma Chapter. Kappa Alpha Fraternity is a southern fraternity and has all of its chapters below the Mason-Dixon Line. The fraternity has always been well represented by its members in the diEerent campus organizations and activities, and this year was no exception as some of the key positions in ANAK, O.D.K., the Inter- fraternity Council, and other societies were held down by Kappa Alphas. First row, left to right: ADCOCK, ADERHOLD, ALEXANDER, ARMSTRONG, AUSTIN, BAHRT, BARROW .... Second row: BECH, BELLAMY, BROWN, BURNS BUTLER, BUTTS, CAMERON .... Third row: CAMMACK, CAMPBELL, CHARLES, CHASTAIN, CONGER, CONNER, CONOLEY. . Fourth row: COOK, DAVIS DEYERLE, ELPE, EHICKSON, FETHE, FLATT. 216 Clockwisez "Come wid' me, Baby, no de' Casbahf' . . . Maybe white shirts are plentiful .... 'Kltls a wonderful day in Atlanta? . . . "Our humble abode." 1 -gnu- First row, left to right: FULLER, GIBBONS, GILL, T. HARRIS, W. HARRIS, HEAD, G. HENDERSON .... Second row: I. HENDERSOQ'-I, HINIQS, ll. l'lCJI'II' l ,.,k. ff' ,bi H. '49 X 1... l I I-IORNE, KEELIN, KELSO, KING ..,. Third row: KINNETT, KLINKE, LANGSTON, LANKFORD, LANSING, LAWLER, MADDOX .... P-,mth mx-1: G. MAE J L R. MALONE, MANN, MAY, MCCOMMON, MCKINLEY, MILNER. 217 Clockwise: "The clothes that you wear are not in style." . . . Going to it .... See the horns? . . . Lounging party. A. N. Ancocx J. H. ADERI-Io-LD J. E. ALEXANDER H. H. ARMSTRONG S. M. AUSTIN R. L. AUSTIN C. P. BAI-IRT G. E. BAILEY T. A. BARROW L. H. BECH J. L. BELLAMY M. NV. BONWELL D. L. BRANDO-N C. C. BROWN W. H. BURNS F. L. BUTLER W. M. BUTTS R. P. CAMERON C. T. CAMMACK J. C. CAMPBELL 'W. H. CANDLER F. S. CHALMERS J. S. CHARLES J. G. CHASTAIN MEMBERS R. W. CI-IEATI-IAM T. B. CI-IISI-IOLM R. V. COLLINS D. P. CONE L. W. CONGER 'W. A. CONNER J. J. CONOLEY P. P. Coon Z. COIRNWELL R. A. CRAIG J. E. DAVIS I - R. T. DEDWYLER W. E. DEYERLE T. B. ELITE W. C. ELROD K. A. ERICKSON C. W. FETHE L. FIGI-I W. C. FLATT J. E. FLOWERS J. FULLER J. S. GAINES A. T. GTIXBONS R. M. GILL W. B. GRIMES Q J. D. HALL R. G. HALL J. G. HANSON T. S. HARRIS XV. H. HARRIS R. HART G. W. HEAD G. XV. HENDERSON J. L. HENDERSON W. E. HINES J. F. I'IINTON E. HORNE J. W1 C. HORNE J. M. KEELIN A. S. KELso XV. T. KING D. D. KINNETT H. N. KIRKMAN W. B. KLINRE J. KOLINS H. H. LANGSTON J. NV. LANKFORD A. R. LANSING C. B. LAWLER First row, left to right: MONAGHAN, MYERS, NEIGHBORS, NELSON, NEWTON, NIMOCKS .... Second row: NIXON, NOLAN, PAGE, PINKERTON, PLAXCO, POE .... Third row: H. PRICE, R. PRICE, RAUTON, RAY. 218 I. B. G R R A G C. LAWRENCE K. MADDOX D. MALONE W. MALO'NE S. MANN H. MARTHENS D. MAY B. E. MCCARDLE C. J. MCCOMMON E. W. MCDANIEI. P. C. T. J. F. .I- B. B. D I-I. E. C. D C Q. MCKINLEY O. MCSWEEN C. MEREDITI-I D. MILNER MITCHEL C. M0'NAGHAN B. MURPI-IEY M. MYERS L. NEICHBORS NEIL K. NELSON B. NEWTO'N R. NIMOCRS T. NIxoN MEMBERS J. S. NOLAN J. XV. PAGE V. L. PICKERING D. NV. PINRERTOIN R. S. PITTMAN J. D. PLAXCO N. C. POE I-I. -I. PRICE R. G. PRICE R. S. RAMSAY F. R. RAU'I'O'N T. B. RAY G. T. RICE R. H. RICE L. H. ROBERTS Wf. Ro-BERTSON R. A. RosE R. D. ROYAL R. XV. RUSSELL C. R. SCHNEIDER I. A. SCOTT R. IMI. SHERMAN C. R. SIMCOX J. SLAUGHTER E. H. STALL B. M. STEVENS I-I. XV. SULLENS C. A. SXVEETS J. A. TAYLQIR G. N. THoMAs NV. C. TI-IOMSON R. B. TIPPETT T. TISDALE W. P. TODD J. TROXVBRIDGE T. J. VoLIc C. F. WALKER W. A. WALTERS C. B. NVARD H. J. XVATSOIN J. C. XVEBB L. WEB!! NV. A. WI-IITESIDE C. M. XVILLIANI5 D. E. XVILLIANIS B. H. Y . C. G' YQXISG Clockwise: That ain't cheap stuff on the t1bIe clther It Sl YOW . . . Tech must have gained. . And why not SITIIIC First row, left to right: G. RICE, R. RICE, ROBERTS, ROYAL, RUSSELL, SCHNEIDER .... Second row: SCOTT, SHERMAN, S'IALI SULLENS, SWEETS, TAYLOR .... Third row: THOMAS, TIPPETT, WALTERS, WI-IITESIDE. 219 X OFFICERS Spring D. C. KYK1311 . . . . , . .... P,-gyjflmf C. E. BRANDON - - - - Vive Prcsielz-nt O. E. LIKENS - - . . . Sggrgfgrjf I- ASHLEY ' - - - - Treasurer Fall L. J. MURRANS - - . . . . 12,-egigleng C. E- BRANDON - - - -Vice Presiflenl J. W. KECK - - . . . Sggrpf111':y B. DAMIULI . ....... . . fI',-g,,51,,-gr 4 ' ' KYKER MURRANS v , xy Y .fdgaha jan 6Aalofer The Kappa Sigma Fraternity, founded in 1869 at the University of Virginia, now consists of 115 chapters throughout the United States, withichapters in Canada and Hawaii. Alpha Tau Chapter was chartered in 1895 and is one of the most active fra- ternities on the Tech campus. Last year the Kappa Sigs added to their trophy collection the 1946 IEC basketball championship. We have been Well represented in campus activities with members in Anak, Eta Kappa Nu, Business Manager of the BLUEPRINT, Bulldog Club, ASME, Pi Tau Sigma, Pi Delta Epsilon, ENGINEER, YELLOW IACKET, IEC officers, ASCE, American Legion, AIEE, IRE, Camera Club, Alpha Phi Omega, International Relations Club, Phi Eta Sigma, YMCA Cabinet, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, IAS, SAM, Student Council, varsity football and track, Debating Society, TECHNIQUE, Phi Kappa Phi, and class Ofiicers. One of our outstanding social events is the Kappa Sig Black and Wliite Ball held annually. First row, left to right: ATTAWAY, BARBER, BARNETT, BARNEY, BILES, BRANDON, BRANSON, D. BROWN, G. BROWN, BRUNER .... Second row: CALHOUN, COFFEE, COLIVIER, CONNER, DAMIOLI, DANIELL, ELLIOT, ETLING, FORESTER, FOSTER .... Third row: FULTON, GALEY, GILLESPIE, GOODMAN, GRINER, GUENTHER, GURITZ, I. HARRIS, P. HARRIS, HATCHER .... Fourth row: HAWKINS, HOLMAN, HUGGER, HUGHES, IOHNSON, IONES, KECK, LEE, LICHTY, LIKENS .... Fifth row: LINENKOHL, F. LITTLE, W. LITTLE, LOTT, LOVE, MARTIN, MCFARLAND, MINK, MORTON, NEESE, 220 Clorlcwise: Such pretty Women .... What's so funny? Angry, huh? . . . Santa and the kids. 1 M., 1:14442 F' - g 9 V ,.. 925, ,.,-: ' '- 4 'VV' f., . .- :Z ' ' 24- W ' 'L " . ' 2 E..: V' ' 11:-552 ?E?B221:?ci?k?' -if f- H , " , . "" .iz ' - ' .xy . V- IVV - 24- , gsm. .. . ii V, ww,-,.f4,., .g , 7 ' H A :si-773 1 .1 V G? ' rr . ' ' :""4 . :fQ.mg:..:.,. ,T .I' . ,-. , , Q - .N ' f V - r . " - - ' rg' if V. , I ,A , 1, U . . 4, . ,-,.. VV--- . -V . . V., .- 4iff.i'.'jfffig?'.2Q'.:,'f.' ' . , ,Eg V., . ,H .. .. f, ...W ' ' f V V. ' ..-aA:.nf.42,Ve-.- . was 4- . -1.55- 5.-- ' 1 , -. A rbi. " fn . I' If 2.21 X A W ,JN M, I ' Q . . . First row, left to right: PRICE, QUINN, RAY, HEEP. . . . Second row: RICE, RIDDOCH, ROBERSON, ROBERTS, . . . ThIrd row: SERALLES, SMITH, STINE, THOMBLEY .... Fourth row: TYN- DALE, WATKINS, WELLS, WEST .... Fifth row: WOODLEY, WRIGHT. J. E. ASHLEY J. E. IXSI-ILEY J. J. ATTAWAY L. T. BARBER R. B. BARNES P. G. BARNETT W. F. BARNEY R. L. BILES C. E. BRANDON C. F. BRANSON D. D. BROWN G. J. BROWN W. G. BRUNEI! W. P. CALHOUN R. E. COFFEE R. P. COLMER XV. D. CONNER B. DAMIOLI I-I. H. DANIELL E. J. DICRERT O. M. DUEFEY E. B, ELLIOTT XV. F. ELLIOT W. B. ETLING I-I. F. FORD J. L. FORESTER T. R. FOSTER J. T. FRENCH 221 MEMBERS C. I-I. FULTON J. M. GALEY J. A. GILLESPIE H. XV. GOODNIAN I-I. XV. GRINER R. G. GROVE G. G. GUNTI-IER A. I-I. GURITZ J. R. HARRIS P. G. HAIQRIS L. W. I'IATCI-IEIK L. W. I-LIWRINS S. W. LIOLMAN G. M. I-IUOGER C. A. HUGHES .I- D. C. KYRER C. G. JOI-INSON F. L. JONES J. W. KECR F. W. LEE J. P. I,IciIl'I'Y O. li. LIKIENS R. Ii. IJNENIQOIII F. R. LI'I'I'I..Ia XV. A. I..I'I'TI.Ii S. B. I..OT'I' F. K. LOVE F. J. NIARTIN S. KOCI-IINTZRY D. H. IVICFARLAND W. C. MINK D. C. IVIORTON L. J. NIURRANS L. V. NIZESE C. P. OXVENS E. J. PRICE T. J. QUINN C. L. RAY C. NV. REEI' J. V. RICE G. S. RIDDOILII J. ROIIIQRSON G. A. ROIIERTS T. C. SANDERS P. J. SI5R.xI,IIzs VV. V. SMITII XV. B. SMYTIIIQ R. IZ. STINIE R. L. Tl'IOMlLI.EY M. XV. ITOXVNSIEN D. P. TYNIMLIL XV. Ii. TYNIMI 1. W. R. W'A'rRlNs R. N. XVILLI 5 D. NI. NVI3S'I' S. F. XVOODIIY M. B. XVlklf.II'I' OFFICERS - SjJ1'i11g T, C, COX .... . . . E. M. VANsTRUM - - C. H. THOMAS - - O. J. ROBERTS - - Fall J. K. DILLARD' - - - R. C. BAKER - - C. A. PERRY - . - W. G. WO-FFOIRD - - 2 Y , COX DILLARD 10 :beffa Chapter - - P1'esi11e11t Vice President - - SEC1'6fl11'j' - - T1'eux1zre1' - - P1'esiz1e1zi Vice President - - Secretary - - Treasurer The national fraternity of Lambda Chi Alpha was founded in 1909 at Boston University, and it is now the second largest national fraternity. It has a total of 112 chapters in the United States and two in Canada. It is thus recognized as the largest international fraternity as it has a membership of over 50,000. The Beta Kappa Chapter was established on the Tech campus on October 6, 1942, after achieving an enviable record during its affiliation with an old club known as Beta Kappa. Lambda Chi Alpha has enjoyed a very active social year, which was highlighted by its annual formal dance at the Biltmore Hotel. The chapter was delighted with the crowning of Berte Dillard as "Sweetheart of Lambda Chi" for this year. First row, left to right: ADAMS, ARCHER, AUSTIN, BACON, BAKER, BEARDEN, BELL, BROWN, BUCK .... Second row: BURKHALTER, CAINES, CAMPBEJL CHAPMAN, CLARK, COLE, CONNER, COWAHT, COX .... Third row: CROSS, DAY, DIANA, ESCHEN, FELNER, FRENCH, GRIFFIN, GORDON, GREENE. Fourth row: HARRISON, HARWELL, HUGES, HUNTER, INGLETT, IOHNSON, KENNEDY, KNIGHT, LASTRA, 222 Cl0L'k1UI.YE'Z Red and Mary on the porch. . . . Homccommg, decorations .... l'W'1Ien love is given, love is heavenf' . . . The wreck adorned with us. First row, left to right: MCCHESNEY, D. MOORE, W. MOORE PARADISE .... Second row: PARRISH, PERRY, POWELL, RIDDELL .... Third row: TAYLOR, THOMAS, TURNER. VAN- STRUM .... Fourth row: WILHELM, WOFFORD, YOSICK, ZEIGLER. 2 C. F. ADAMS NV. B. ARCHER T. A. AUSTIN NV. B. BACON R. C. BAKER P. N. BEARDEN R. W. BEARDEN XV. E. BELL C. J. BITTMAN B. B. BLAORBURN T. L. BROWN P. C. BUCK G. B. BURKHALTER XV. XV. GAINES G. B. CAMPBELL E. O. CI-IAPMAN J. L. CHAPMAN W. E. CLARK I-I. R. COLE J. NV. CONNER MEMBERS H. L. COWART J. I. Cox T. C. Cox C. K. CROSS K. B. DAY L. W. DIANA J. K. DILL.AKD H. E. ESCI-IEN C. S. FELNER D. M. FRENCH C. G. GIFFEN W. G. GORDON H. L. GREENE F. XV. HARRISON E. B. HARWELL C. NV, HUGES L. O. I'IUNTER R. TNGLIETT V, E. JOHNSON D. G. KENNEDY NV. K. KNIGHT F. LASTRA J. G. MADRY C. R. MCCI-IESNEY D. E. MOORE W. G. MOORE J. PARADISE H. P. PARRISH C. H. PERRY J. H. POXVELL W. C. RIDDEI,L O. J. ROBERTS XV. L. TAYLOR C. H. THOMAS S. E. TURNER E. M. VANSTRUM R. O. WILI-IELM W. G. WEFEORD P. XVRIGI-IT C. S. Yosrcn J. M. ZEIGLER OFFICERS S. G. CONDURELLIS - - - MATHEWS CL CACLPQI' Sj11'i11g J. DOYLE .... .... . . Pregiflmzf XV. C. MA'1'HI3xvs, Ju. - - - - Vice Presirlevvt BUCHANAN - - . . Sggrgigry S. G. CONDURELIS - - . . Trmmm- Fall G. W. MAT1iEWS, Jn. . - - - - - Presiclent J. NV. ANDREWS - - - - Vice President XV. S. BUCHANAN - - - - Secretary O O MU oo 5 'Og' W Treasu1'e1f The Georgia Delta Chapter of Phi Delta Theta, founded at Georgia Tech in 1902, has seen few years in its half century of existence to surpass the one which is now being brought to a successful climax. In the Held of sports, Phi Delta Theta walked off with championship trophies in I.F.C. track and swimming competition. On the varsity football squad were eleven Phi Delts who won letters. In the campus organizations, Phi Delta Theta was also Well represented as its members were active in ANAK, Tau Beta Pi, the Bulldog Club, the campus publications, and other campus societies. The social life of the Phi Delts was also kept up- to par by the many houseparties, dances, and the well-known 'lBoWery Balls." First row, left io right: ABBOTT, ADAMS, ANDREWS, BIGBY, BOATWRIGHT, BRADLEY, BROCK .... Second row: BRODNAX, BRYAN, BUCHANAN, BUCK, CAMP, CAMPBELL, CARPENTER .... Third row: CHANDLER, CHEATHAIVI, CONDURELIS, COONS, CUMMINS, CURLIN, CUTLER .... Fourth row: DALBO DAVIDSON, DAVIS, DENNY, DUGARD, DUGGAN, DUNAWAY. 224 Clockwixc: Wluo looped Santa? . . . Billy, the homecoming goat. . . . It's Christmas for everybody, huh George? . . . Dunbar drinks While everyone poses. ' dawg ,. ' q f- sa 'A . E T .mad First row, left to faqmz 1:-URRETT, EAVES, ELLIOTT, FERRIS, FLOWERS, FOWLKES, FREEMAN .... second ww: GAMIMLL, fanmrr, GAHEAHD, CAHRI2'l"l" GILBERT, GROSS, HARRELL .... Third row: HEMMINGVVAY, HILES, HOLLIDAY, HULSEY, HUNT, IAKSON, JAY .... Fourth row: IEP-INISOH, E. HZ'-f4!E.l,!. R. JEVVELL, KILEY, KIRBY, KNIGHT, LEITNER. 225 L. V. ABBOTT, JR. T. E. ADAMS J.,W. ANDREWS R. C. BIGBY, JR. P. J. BOATXVRIG1-lT., JR R. W. BOLLING, JR. C. M. BONDURANT F. B. BRADLEY, JR. XV. J. BROCK, JR. G. H. BRODNAX, JR. A. D. BROWN R. B. BRUCE T. M. BRYAN W. A. BUCI-IANAN W. C. BUCR L S. CAMP XV. J. CAMPBELL, JR. T. G. CARPENTER J. XV. CASTLEBERRY C. CHANDLER, JR. . C. CI-IEATI-IAM G. C. CLAY J- G Clorlcwixc: Sounds like :I lot of bull .... Clay and J- T- COLEMAN his pleasing armful. . . . Something slipped, Santa. S- G. CONDUIUILIS, .ln- . . . Beauty faces fl red-nosed beast. H- CO0N5v JR' W. W. COONS J. R. COUGBURN R. R. CRAVEY G. T. CUMMINS F. H. CURLIN D. B. CUTLER E. J. DALDO C. L. DAVIDSON, 'JR H. S. DAVIS, JR. R. G. DENNIS C. O. DENNY,-JR. F. DIXON C. Il. DOYLE, JR. V. E. DOYLE XV. T. DUCARD C. S. DUGGAN A. D. DUNAWAY T. R. DURRETT S. P. EAVES J- G T. ELLIOTT . L. ETI-IERIDGI3 R. C. EWING D. B. FERRIS, JR. C. M. FLOWERS B. FOXVLKE5 W. W. FRANKLIN R. FREEMAN D. W. GAMMILL J. A. GANTT F. GARRARD W. L. GARRETT A. K. GILBERT, JR. S. M. GORE T. L. GRAHAM J. S. GRIFFIN XV. E. GROSS, JR. J. M. HAAS XV. R. HAINES B. C. HARRELL D. HARVEY R. E. HEMA4INGWAY J. HILES J. R. HOLLIDAY L. HOOK E. C. PIULSEY K. HUNT A. D. IRVING, JR. J. B. JACKSON T. W. JAY L. K. JENNISON First row, left to right: LOVAN, LINDSEY, MATT?-IE'Vv'S, MCOUAID, MILLS, MORAN. . . . Second row: MORRISON, MYRICK,.NE'VVTON O'KEEFE, OLSON, PARKER .... Third row: PEEPLES, PELLETT, PLANT, POPE, PURDY. 226 W. T. JERRINS E. D. JEWELL R. JEXVELL A. W. JOHNSTON L. P. JONES S. L. KELLER J. L. KILEY H. M. KIRBY A. C. KNIGHT F. W. LEITNER J. B. LEVAN, JR. H. V. LINDSEY R. MACMILLAN C. M. MAOBEE J. R. MAGBEE NV. E. MAOBEE D. A. MANOERE E. S. MANSEIELD G. W. NIATI-IEXVS, JR. W. C. MATTHEWS W. E. MATTHEWS L. T. MCCOY C. M. MCQUAID J. T. MILLS XV. U. MORAN F. M. MORRISON C. D. MONROE R. F. MONROE W. V. MORAN J. A. MYRICK S. A. NEWTON J. E. O,KEEFE J. W. OLSON J. H. O,NEILL E. XV. PARKER R. PATTERSON D. B. PAYNE F. K. PEEPLES A. B. PELLETT J. XV. PETIT G. D. PLANT E. G. POPE A. J. PURDY J. R. REAGIN E. R. RENCPIER J. H. ROGERS J. C. SCARBOROUGH F. P. SELF J. A. SHEFFIELD W. SI-IIVER J. C. SPAOH J. T. STARR W. I. STEELE D. G. STRONG R. E. STUBBS J. W. SUMMITT E. M. SWANSON J. A. TAYLOR L . XV. THOMAS J. B. THOMPSON XV. T. TOWLES J. D. TUBES NV. E. TURNER J. G. TUTEN A . E. VAN NESS J. XVAY J. L. NVEDDINGTON B. L. WHATLEY P. XVHEATON G. S. WHITTLESEY F. B. WILLIAMS G. N. WILLIAMS C C First row, left to right: REAGIN, RENCHER, ROGERS, SHEPFIELD, SPACH, STARR Second row STEETE SUMVITT SWAIISOIJ TURNER, TUTEN, VAN NESS .... Third row: WI-IITTLESEY, F. WILLIAMS G WILLIAMS WINTON WRIGHT - S- WINTER CIOLk'LUISC' NVO Welcome you Dake and Wfes ' XVINTON under the e L Dangechmn Flowers W1El'1 the C- Q- WRIGHT polka doc me getS hxs mug In N. R. MILLER- S. H. RASKIN - OFFICERS Spring - - - - - - .Pzrsizlcvzt - - VifePrc'siJcl1f X E. M. GILBERT - . . . Sgp,rf'lgry XV. D. Dnnvroos - - . . T1'p,m,,-W Full J. M. MAAXS - - - - - - - Pl'C'SiIfl?I1f L. A. KAI-IN - - - - Vice Presirleut G. E. ZEVE - - .I . . Sppifgfgfy W. S. Gkoss . - - ------ - - Trcfrrsurur MAAS MILLER A f.'llll.x A , e. ep .2 Q O 5 E 5 ' In L ala er -1. Y X CZ f Q PHT '5 si' 'Or Phi Epsilon Pi was founded on November 23, 1904, at the College of the City of New Yorkg Xi Chapter here at Tech was established January 15, 1916. Always active throughout the war, the Hrst postwar semester found the chapter the strongest and largest in its history. The chapter has been active in extracurricular activities, and at the same time, its mem- bers have participated in intra-fraternal activities. Along withlTech's expansion program, Xi Chapter is instigating its own program, with plans for a new and larger house to be built in the near future. A full social calendar of picnics, house- parties and rush week affairs was highlighted in November by a weekend celebration of Xi's thirtieth anniversary with a banquet and formal dance held at the Biltmore Hotel. First row, left to right: ARNO, BUCHALTER, DELUGACH, DREYFOOS, FIVEL, FURCHGOTT, GOLDBERG .... Second row: GOODMAN, GROSS, HECHT HIRSCHBERG, KAI-IN, LERNER, LEVIN .... Third row: LEVY, PERLIS, RASKIN, ROSENZWEIG, RUBISL, SCI-ILOSS, SELLERS. 228 C10 kzulsf' Furchgott Rosenberg, Miller and Frank in front of the house Rush party .... Gizmo-Miller-Sy .... Bottle babies. Fnsl row Jeit io rxqhr SHEHOFF, SILLMAN, SOBEL ,... Second ' :ow STEINAU TUNKLE, WALKER .,.. 'I'h1rd row: WEINER, WOLF, ZEVE. T. ARNO I. H. BUCIAIALTER M. S. CAI-IN D. A. DELUGACH W. D. DREYFOOS M. J. FIVEL M. FURCI-IGOTT E. M. GILBER'f A. I. GOLDBERG M. B. GoomvmN XV, S. Gnoss R. G. HECPIT XV. L. I'IlRSC1-IBERG 9 MEMBERS L. A. .KAI-IN J. E. LERNER H. L. LEVIN 1-I. LEW S. A. LEVY J. M. MAAS R. MEYER N. R. IWILLER L. D. PERLIS S. H. RASKIN S. L. ROSENZWEIG J. E. RUBEL S. L. ScH1.oss G. S. SELLERS M. S. SHEROIJF S. SILLZMAN S. XV. SOEEL D. B. STEINAU J. K. TUNKLE B. ULLZNf1AN S. R. XVA1.K1zR I. M. xVl'ilNEl! F. L. XVOLF G. I.. ZEVE C. R. Zw'lz11NEu OFFICERS P. R. GRIFFIN - - . . President h , J. C. BOSTON . . . . Treasurer J. A. RUSSELL - - - - Srcretury GRIFFIN I ' Rao X ' . X , 6 A amma jau CAalafer Phi Gamma Delta had its origin at Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, at Jefferson College in the year 1848. It was founded primarily as a southern fraternity, but soon after the Civil Wfar it became a national organization, until now it has seventy- four active chapters with a total membership of over forty thousand. The Gamma Tau Chapter was installed at Tech in 1926 when Gamma Tau Delta, a strong local fraternity was granted a charter in Phi Gamma Delta. The return of many veteran brothers marks another major step in the advancement of Phi Gamma Delta on the Tech campus and on the other college campuses throughout the United States. p First row, left to right: BEACH, BENSON, BLAKE, BORUP, BOSTON, BRINKLEY .... Second row: GEORGE, HARPER, HENDRY, ICENOGLE, LOYD, MARSHALL .... Third row: MARTIN, MATHISON, MONROE, RALMOND, REED. 230 Clockzuise: Fleer-footed Bowen in action. . . . The title con- tenders. . . . A nderson shoots ..., That Old PIII Gam Splflf. First row, left to right: RICHARDS, RUSSELL. . Second row: SHEFFEY, SMITH. . . Third row: XVATSON. H. A MEMBERS B. ABBOTT T BEACH R BENSON T. BILLS E BLAKE T BLANTON L BORUP C BOSTON L. BOWEN . .BRINRLEY D. GAINES . C. GEORGE . I-I. GO-SSIETT . .GRIFFIN P. A. E K. C. A. W. HARPER L. I-IENDRY M. PIOLTSINGEIR L. ICIENOGLE I-I. JONES A. LOYD R. E. MANNING H. M. MARSPIALL W. B. MARTIN J. J. NTATI-IISON O. MONIROE T. L. NORWOOD H. XV. ORMAND Z. T. PEARSON H. D. RAYMOND E. H. REED R. C. RICHARDS J. A. IKUSSELL W. SCHOEL R. A. SI-IEFFEY A. SI-IXVAIKO G. SMITH XV. L. TALLEY -I. L. THOMPSON I. H. XVA'l'SON B. NV. XVII.I.IARIs OFFICERS Spring XV. N. TAYLOR . . .... . . P1-gsillenf L- PARKER - - - Vice President N. B. ACKERMAN - - . . Spgrgfgry H. L. I-IORTON - - - - T'reasu1'e1' F1111 T. EDXVARDS - . . . . Prggiflgnf E. L. PARKER . . . Vice President C. NlARMELSTEIN, JR. - - . . . Sgfrgfgry J. T. POPLIN, Ju. - - . . T1-fggw-gy TAYLOR EDWARDS '41 iff lf fl ,aaa 14. 6f...,,f.. A33 Founded at the Universityaof Pennsylvania in 1850, Phi Kappa Sigma has expanded until there are now forty chapters located at the leading educational institutions in the United Stltes and Canada. The Alpha Nu Chapter at Georgia Tech was founded in January of 1904 and became the first chapter on the campus to own its own house. In keeping with the con- servative expansion policy of the fraternity, the roll of the Alpha Nu Chapter has been limited to only thirty members. In spite of this relatively small group, Phi Kaps have always furnished a large part of the leadership on the campus. Bolstered by the combination of returning veterans and new pledges, Phi Kappa Sigma is making bigger and better plans for the future, toward which it can look with confidence. A First row, left to right: ARIE, BATTEN, BEARDSWORTH, BRIDGES, GAHRETT, HORTON .... Second row: Z-IUMME, JOHNSON, IORDAN, KAHL, KING KRYSIAK .... Third row: LQROY, MANRY, MARMELSTEIN, MINER, OAKLEY, PARKER. 232 f,44 Clockwiscz "What nature has forgotten . . f' . . . Dancing under the eye of Oscar .... Beaver. . . . Going somewhere? N. B. ACKERIVIAN N. R. ANDERSON C. M. ARIE, JR. C. I-I. BATTEN D. A. BEARDSWORTH T. N. BRIDGES T. XV. EDWARDS J. T. FREEMAN J. D. GARRETT H. I.. HORTON J. T. I-IUMME IZ. L. JOHNSON P. A. JORDAN XV. D. JORDAN M. B. KAIIL XV. C. KING, JR. S. R. KRYSIRK R. L. LAMB First row, left lo riqhlz POPLIN, RASCO, RICHARDS .... Second row: SHACKELPORD, THIEL, TOWNSEND .... Third row: WICKLIFFE, WYATT. 233 MEMBERS D. E. LEROY R. O. NTANRY C. A. NIARMIILSTIEIN J. V. MINER, JR. J. E. OAKLEY, JR. L. XV. OWEN E. L. PARKER J. T. POYPLIN, JR. M. A. Rnsco R. C. Rn:H.xRDs D. E. Sl'IACIQ1iI,lfOllD XV. N. 'TAYLOR H. E. Tllllif. XV. A. TowN91aND J. C. XVATKINS N A. A. Wrcxmr-rfE R, L. XVY,x'r'1' OFFICERS V. H. WYCOTT . . . President J. N. BUCHANAN . . Vice Presiilenz' J. C. NWI-IITAKER . . . Secretary G. I-I. PARDUE . . Trmsurer i WYCOTT Y' H0 CACLIMQI' Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity was organized in 1906 at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Its growth has been steady and conservative, and at the present it has forty-nine chapters which are widespread throughout the United States. Phi Tau is one of the two fraternities which owns its OYVI1 headquarters building and three-fourths of the chapters own their own houses. The fraternity is a member of the American Interfraternity Conference and ranks fifteenth in size among sixty college fraternities. Alpha Rho Chapter was originally installed on the Tech campus in 1929. It returned to the campus in Sep- tember 1946, after a period of dormancy over the war years. ' First row, left to right: DEMPESTER, DUERST, GARDNER, HANKINSON .... Second row: MILLER, PARDUE THOMPSON, WNESTBROOK. 234 Clos! wise Whmtaker g1ves the lowdown on flymg BT 1 s At some college In Athens NV5 cott and Perdue posc The gang at the Rainbow Roof. WISE ZIEGLER MEMBERS W. E. DEMPESTER LI. F. DUIIRST A. GARDNER F. E. HANICINSON C. C, JOHNSTON W. R. MILLER G. I-I. Pmcourz C. A. THOMPSON I-I. XV. XVns'runooai, J. C. VVHITAKER BI. J. XVVISE V. I-I. NVYCOTT j. M. Zuiczugln , III J OFFICERS Spring ' H. E. Huouns . . . . . . . . P,-g5i,l,f1,f T- B- O,BA1Ul - - - - Vice Prexirlent B. H. LITTLE, Jn. - - . . . 345,-gina,-3, P. Il. CULBERTSON . . . . . . T,-f,,m,-gf Fall L. S. Coivisv- - - - . . .Prgsidguf R. T. ERVIN - - ' - Vice Prexizienl S. H. GRI! . . . ...... . . .Sf'c1'eizlry R. O. Bluzxvnlc- - ------ - -Treasurer O .f X HUGHES COVEY Q' xv , . 0 .4 x I -f44aAa Jehu 6Aal9fer 7 e In the year 1868 the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity was founded at the University of Virginia and has expanded nationally until now there are over eighty-five chapters throughout the United States. The Alpha Delta Chapter has been outstanding in campus life and activities since its founding in 1904. The Pikas of Tech have enjoyed an expanded membership during the past year and rate high on the campus as an active social fraternity with many outstanding activities. They have entered all inter-fraternal competi- tion at Tech and have won many trophies including the Ramblin' Rleck contest for 1944 and 1945. Social activities have also been numerous and unexcelled as many house parties, trips to Lake Burton, the annual 'possum hunt, the Black and White Ball, and many house dances have been enjoyed by all members of the chapter. The Word Pike has actually come to mean friendship, fellowship, and brotherly love in the highest sense, and the members of Pi Kappa Alpha live and work together with a cooperation and friendly under- standing that is unsurpassed by any other group. First row, 1911 to right: ADAMS, BENNETT, BERCEGEAY, BREWER, BROVVN, BURN, CADORIN, COOGAN, CORWIN, CRENSHAW, CULBERTSON .... Second row: DAVIS, DQCOURT, DOWNS, ERVIN, FANNON, FOWLER, FRANKLIN, FRASER, GESNER, HARRIS, HOCKING .... Third row: HOLLIS, HOLLY, JACKSON, IONES, KEENE, KLINGENSMITH, LANE, LATIMER, LEE, LINDSEY, LINTON .... Fourth row: LITTLE, LUDLOXIV, MANLEY, MARTIN, MCKAMY, MCKEE, MILLS, MORRISON, MOTHERSHED, MULLINS, MURPHY. 236 ,ff Clockwlw: Cauoodling. . L . Watermelolx cuttin', Pike Style. . . . "Fearless Fraser" at it again. . . . That Pepsodcnt gleam. First row, lit to right: O'BARR, ORR, PAYNE, PEETZ, POSTEN. . . . Second row: PRIVETTE, REED, ROGERS, ROTHFUSS, SMITH .... Th1rd row: SPANGLER, STEPHENSON, STUMBERG, SULLIVAN, XIVADLINGTON. . . . Fourth row: WEBER, VIIILKINSON, WILLIAMS, VVOODS, YON. 237 C. E. ADAMS G. S. ADAMS N. P. AHL W. V. BENNETT E. XV. BERCEGEAY J. BOUGI-ITON A. E. BONVER T. C. BRADLEY R. O. BREXVER T. C. BROWN H. C. BURN I. BUSI-IINSKI R. J. CADORIN R. CAPEN R. F. CARSON XV. E. CHEVES J. E. COOOAN T. L. CORWIN L. S. COVEY T. C. CRENSIAIAW P. CULIIERTSON T. DAVIS H. F. DECOURT A. C. DOWNS E. P. DUKE R. T. ERVIN R. D. FANNON MEMBERS T. XV. FOWLER E. L. FRANKLIN XV. E. FRASER M. J. GESNER J. NV. HARRIS R. K. I'IILL N. W. HOCKING A. B. I'IOLLIS K. E. HOLLY H. E. I'IOUCl-IES A. B. JACKSON J. D. JACKSON J. IE. JONES F. S. KEENE XV. F. KLINGENSMI'I'l'I G. I.. LANE P. R. LATIMER C. S. LEE H. E. LINDSEY G. A. LINTON B. H. LITTLE J. L. LUDI.Oxv F. W. RIIANLIEY I. I.. RIIARTIN T. K. RICKAMY A. R. MCCLAIN C. II. MQKEE H. J. MILLS W. H. MORRISON D. C. MOTPIEIRSI-TED J. C. MULLINS F. C. MURPI-Iv T. B. OJBARR S. H. ORR D. B. PAYNE A. G. PEETZ XV. S. POSTEN J. M. PRIvE'r'rE J. REED T. P. ROBINSON D. H. ROGERS N. B. ROTI-IEUSS M. H. SMITII R. B. SPANGI.EK W. W. STEPIIENSON XV. T. STIJIIQNS H. G. S'I'urI-IIIERI: P. J. SUI,I.Iv,xN I. A. WADIINr,'rON T. F. XVEIIIQR W. H. WILKINSON D. I.. XYIIIIIAAIS R. B. NVOOIIS 'l'. II. YON ,. HENRY ALMAND OFFICERS Spring L. L. HENRY . . . . . . . President J. DANIEL, III - - . . Sggfgfgry E. F. MCLAUGHLIN - - . . Trgggggfgy Fall R. H. ALMAND - - . . Prggiflgnf B. L. DELOACH - - . . Sggrgfgyy S. S. ROBERTS - - . . Treasurer Ni N N A s 5 2 'Z .' is .90f6L 6A.6Ll9t2l' 9 Pi Kappa Phi was founded at the College of Charleston on December 10, 1904. Iota Chapter was instituted on the Tech campus in 1913. Its thirty-three chapters give representation from coast to coast. Throughout the year a series of dances, steak frys, and banquets were held. The annual Founders' Day ball was resumed after a lapse during the war years. The Pi Kaps were active in intramural sports, being especially proud of their softball team, which won many victories. The chapter had three men on Tech's outstanding baseball team. They were: Frank Key, Leslie Tarbutton, and Walter Crawford. Several prominent members were lost through graduation, but the return of numerous veterans enlightens the future of the coming year. 5 , Q' 'E r '-"A -' 'ill f'- . :ei . I T 1 J 'I ' I First row, left to right: ALLMAN, BOUDOUCIES, BOYD, BREWER, K. BROOKS, R. BROOKS, BUSH .... Second row: COLLETTA, COOK, CORNISH. DANIEL, DARBY, DAWSON, De-LOACH .... Third row: DENNY, DONALDSON, FLEMING, FULTON, GROSS, GUTON, LEONARD .... Fourth row: R. E. LOWRANCE, R. T. LOWRANCE, MARTIN, MCWHORTER, PARKS, PRYOR. 238 Clockwzse Old 'md new prexy .... The gals say theyfre wolves. The creat lover ask Lois .... Lonesome Polecat and Zombne Steppin' out. HORN, YONGUE. I ,,,-. ---.,. """J 4 -1 E52 U1 rn- 21119. IH' mm- D120 l" U1 'J :ogg gm ...H10 pm: u-:WE nfl Zpf' EAN . m 5'--1 H. . . EEC . P15 - m :. 5 3. f1"3. 25- nag, 258 HE: Tino E. L. ALLMAN R. H. ALMAND H. J. BALDNVIN I. G. BOUDOUCIES XV. C. BOYD R. M. BREWER K. M. BROOKS R. NV. BROOKS R. M. BROWN R. G. BUSH C. E. COLLETTA F. W. COLLINS P. H. COOK F. B. CORNISH XV. E. CRAWFORD J. F. DANIEI, HI C. L. DARBY E. C. DAWSON B. L. DELOACI-1 J. XV. DENNY C. V. DONALDSON H. V. FLEMINC XV. R. FULTON XV. GROSS, JR. R. GUION j. A. I-IELRIS L. L. HENRY K. E. JOHNSON H. XV. IQEISTER F. S. IQEY C. C. LEONARD R. E. LOXVRANCE R. T. LOXVRANCE H. D. MARTIN E. F. INICLAUGHLIN H. M. NICWI-IORIl'Il S. G. PRYOR T. A. PARKS D. T. QUINN O. S. RAIQESTRAW R. C. REED S. S. ROBERTS I. S. ILOBERTSON W. M. SCIIOTANS L. B. SI'IIiFFIELIJ L. S. TARBUTTON H. I.. TRIDDLE C. V. XVEIWER C. XV. XVI'IEEI.EIL J. W1I.I.ImNRS T. J. XYIITIIOIKN I. R. Y'0NGUE OFFICERS Spring E. R. Foss - - - - - ---- President M. Arcocx . - - - Vice President E. F. KING - - . . . Secretary G. S. BAIRD - - - - Trerrsurer Fall E. F. KINC, - - - - ---- President M. Arcocx - - - - Vice President B. F. SMITH - V ---- Secretary F. A. LEWIS - - ------ - - T1'6!l51Li'CT Foss KING Q- F iw' 6' N5 1:5 6 5 Mi CAa,afer 'aff Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the University of Alabama on March 9, 1856, and has since that time grown and expanded until it now has one hundred thirteen chapters, with a membership which exceeds sixty thousand. Georgia Phi, the chapter here at Tech, was installed in March 1890 and thereby was the second national fraternity on the Georgia Tech campus. This year was one of the most successful years enjoyed by the fraternity. One of the largest pledge classes in the history of the chapter Was received in September, and the many activities on the campus were numbered with S.A.E. mem- bers. This year the fraternity was also successful in winning the Interfraternity Council football league championship. First row, left to right: ANDERSON, APPEHSON, ARMISTEAD, AYCOCK, BAGGETT, BAIRD, B. EALENTINE, M. BALENTINE .... Second row: BALKOM BANNERMAN, BAXTER, BEALL, BEAUDRY, BERGEN, BERRY, BOTTOMS .... Third row: BOURNE, BOWEN, BRABANT, BRITTAIN, BROOKS, BURNETT, CAIN CAMP .... Fourth row: CARSON. I. B. CHAPMAN, I. E. CHAPMAN, COLEMAN, COLONEY, DANIEL, DAVIS, DeBORDE. 2-IO I ERR if Clockwise: You know you Can,t use that slipstick .... The "Bi-Mobile" during the homecoming .... Slick talk .... 'KNOW this is us when . ah 1 f 53 ww' 'va' i Q , , V, f " ' ,, ' I " L i N V ix fi X ' :. ., N -, vgh kzz L ., -2? 'ci' if 1 "J W g, -' W' ' :P ' ' -,f , ,. ' 1' .wg- i . ? fi 4 ' 5,1 ,x i - 2.ie4.g,..if1 ,'22i,,fff,.':Q 'K x "1 y f First ww, left to right: DENT, EANES. EVANS, EVERETT, c. FANCHER, T. FANCHER, FRANKLIN, Goonies .... second fo-.-ff cam-1 mmvr HIHVO 1 HARDIN, HAUGABOOK, HAUSER, HAVWHQRNE, HICKS ..,. Third ww: HOLLOMAN, I-IOOTEN, HUNTER, Hussav, HUTCHESODI, mcwxm A Join 1 o R. IOHNSON, . . . Fourth ww: c. IOHNSTON, R. yoHNsroN, Jomss, KING, KLQSTERMAN, LACY, LAMB, infusion A 241 Clockwise: Wanima' be dummy? . . . Franklin has it rough .... Why didn't they have "The Most Appealin' decoration prize? . . . Come on in, everybody does. I P U. S. ANDERSON E. M. APPERSON J. B. ARMISTEAD S. XV. ARMISTEIXD F. G. AVEY, JR. M. AYCOCK T. M. ARNOLD L. M. BAGGETT G. S. BAIRD B. B. BALENTINE B. M. BALENTINE M. C. BALKOM R. L. BANNERMAN J. L. BAXTER D. M. BEALL C. G. BEAUDRY J. B. BERGEN A. H. BERRY C. B. BOOLE C. B. BOTTOMS INV. B. BOURNE D. C. BOWEN M. BRABANT H. H. BRANTLEY M. L. BRITTAIN R. E. BROOKS XV. A. BROOKS L. A. BROWNING NV. M. BURNETT F. D. CAIN XV. L. CAMP R. E. BRUCE J. L. CARSON J. B. CHAPMAN F. E. CHAPMAN J. P. Cl-IATFIELD H. D. CLEMIONS M. G. COBB L. R. COLEMAN XV. G. COLLIDGE W. H. COLONEY R. C. CONWAY . W. CRONIN . E. DANIEL J. L. DAVIS R. S. DEBORDE J. T. DENT E. M. EAGER W. S. EANES G. E. ELMORE NV. B. ERD T. D. EVANS M. E. EVERETT C. E. FANC!-IER T. A. FANCHER J. M. FERGUSON E. R. Foss J. R. FRANKLIN I C J. T. FREEMAN XV. H. FULLER A. H. GIBSON XV. H. GOODLOE S. G. GREEN R. P. GRIFFIN XV. D. HAMBY M. G. HAMPTON G. A. HANSON P. H. HARDIN C. M. HARRISON C. G. HAUG:XBOOK R. N. HAUSER G. B. HAWTHORNE J. L. HICK9 H. C. HoI.I.oMAN J. L. HOOTEN C. H. HUDSON S. M. HUNTER R. I. HUSSEY T. P. HUTCILIESON S. A. INGRANI A. R. JOHNSON R. JOHNSTON C. M. JOHNSON R. JoI-INSON R. E. JONES D. O. KELLEY First row, left Io right: MANN, MARVIL, MCCANLESS, MCCUEN, MCDARGH, MCELRATH, MCGAHEE, MCLEMORE, R. MCLEMORE .... Second row: MEYER, MICKEL, MIELENZ, MITCHELL, MUSE, NEWELL, OETTER, PENNINGTON, G. PHILLIPS .... Third row: I. PHILLIPS, POUND, PRICE, QUINN, ROBERTS, ROBINSON, ROEBUCK. 242 111 E. F. KING . L. N. KLOSTERMAN D. C. LACY R. M. LAMB G. LAMBERT G. M. LAWRENCE F. E. LEE B. E. LEIGH C. I. LEONARD J. G. LEONARD L. SPRINGS T. B. STARNES H. C. NELSON C. P. NEWELL G. C. OETTER W. J. PENN R. T. PENNINOTON G. M. PHILLIPS J. R. PHILLIPS M. POUND . , n E. XV. STRADTMAN F. E. STUART A. J. SWANN W. E. TACRARERY R. L. THONIISON NV. R. TOOKE H. T. TRUITT NV. T. UNDERXVOOD J. F. XVALRER T. C. XVEAVER E. E. PRICE W. J. WEAVER F. A. LENVIIS , E. H. LINDBLOOM XV. J. MANLY E. W. MANN J. A. MARTIN J. C. MARVIL C. P. MCCANLESS NV. P. MCCUEN I-I. J. MCDARCI-I J. M. MCELRATI1 W. C. MCGAI-IEE J. H. MCLEMORE R. A. MCLEMORE J. F. MELLON J. XV. MEYER B. MICIQEL L. E. MIELENZ R. M. MITCPIELL G. W. MUSE H. V. QUINN J. N. RENSI-IAW R. W. IRENSHAXV J. E. RICHARDSON R. E. ROBERTS G. P. ROBINSON G. XV. ROBINSON NV. E. ROEBUCK J. E. SANDSTROM W. H. SCI-ILOIENBACH J. C. SI-IAXV L. C. SI-IEEI-IAN P. SHELL BISHOP F. SMITH B. F. SMITI-I M. SMITH R. T. SMITH R. W. SPARKS W. B. XVHALLEY C. J. H R. T. S. D. G. B. XVHITAKEIK W. WHITARER L. XVHITEHEAD H. XVILLIAMS WILLIAMS 'WILLINCHAM XVILSON, JR. B. WILSON J. I. WILSON W. E. WILSON L. R. M. WISE H. WOOD H. YV. NVOODHAM T. L. WOOTE,N NV. S. YOUNG Cf0c'kwixc: Ingram presides .... Preparing to dcflate Navy. . . . That Scrap book means n rushee on hand. . . . The Middie is up in the .Iir about something. 5- Frst row, le-It to right: SCHLOENBACH, SI-IEEHAN, BISHOP F. SMITH, B. F. SM ITH, R. SMITH, SPARKS, SPRINGS, STARNES, STRADTMAN ,... SCCOIKI Ifiiff STUART, SWANN, TACKAEERY, TOOKE, TRUITT, YVALKER, WEAVER, NVHITAKER, WHITEHEAD .... Third row: D. 'WILSON G. WILSON, W. WILSON, WI:.I WOOD, WOODEAM, YOUNG. 243 OFFICERS Spring J. O. PAINE - . - f - ---- Pfjesirlcnt C. L. RI-PINE - - - -Vice Presidcvzt J. H. STEVENS -- - ---' Secretary B. I. BRONVN - - - - - - Trf'asm'er Fall B. I. BROWN - - - - - - - . President J. M. BURGESS - - - - Vice President C. A. BURDELL - . - - Secretary R. I. UHL - - --.--.-.- -T1'L'z1s1u'er ' x Sly Q. N' PAIN E BROWN A, g Mia Hi gdalofer A The Sigma Chi fraternity was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, in 1355 and has since become one of the largest fraternities in the country. The Beta Psi Chapter was established here at Georgia Tech in 1922 'when the local fra- ternity, Pi Alpha Sigma, received its charter from the Sigma Chi National fraternity. The fraternity now has ninety-eight chapters, with a membership of fifty thousand. With the return of many brothers from the armed services Sigma Chi is again one of the top-ranking Tech fraternities. The social season was crammed with dances, house parties, and other enjoy- able forms of entertainment for the members of the fraternity. The annual "Sigma Chi Sweetheart Balln was held this year and again provided one of the best dances of the year. A First row, left to right: ABBOT, ANDREWS, ARMSTRONG, BAILEY, BENNETT, BENNING, BLACKMARR, BOEKE .... Second row: BODINE, BONNER, BOWLES, BRANCH, BRANNON, BRUSSE, BURDELL, BURGESS .... Third row: CAMPBELL, CARTER, CECIL, CLARKE, COOK, COWLING, COX, CROSSLEY .... Fourih row: DANIELS, DELAY, DeMILLE, DONALD, DOUCHER, DUNN, DVVIGGINS, ENGLISH. 244 Clockwise: John English gives out the presents .... The quartet in the Zodiac Room .... J. O. Scowls .... Sug Wfilliford with drags. famed gs and WW K , , 1 il 'I 1.. . : ' 9' If -Q ,' ' ,. f' I .. . . , 1 zamizefsss Jw ,,,, , ' A C ...1,,g4b . 'S 2' ' 2 f ! .4 ez ' . QC wi: QA fy, , 1 2,- Pe fu. i " If., Els WM r,'3 5 'F' :L First row, left io right: FINCHER, FOGG, FOWLKES, FRASER, R. I. FREEMAN, R, W. FREEMAN, GAHR, GARRARD .... Se-cond row: C1IAI'1NA'I"I'AE!IO, CII. LIAM, GLEASON, GORDON, GOULD, GOWEN, GRETHAM, GURNEY .... Third row: GURRY, HAIGI-I, HAMILTON, HARRIS, HARROWER, HARWRLI., HEIARII, HEASLEY. . . , Fourth row: HENDERSON, IERDEN, IOBE, IOHNSON, K. S. IONES, R. A. JONES, R. H. IONES, JORDAN. I 1 Q ' ff Clockwise from the boifom: Third place homecoming .... Jim Norman and date at the ball .... Bonner and K'The Daw , . . Dick Kidd and date in the Ieadout. I W. B. ABBOT L. J. ANDREWS D. A. ARNISTRONG J. N. BAILEY G. B. BATES H. H. BEEBE R. G. BENNETT A. H. BENNING T. R. BLACKMARR G. H. BOEKE R. H. BODINE W. M. BDNNER L. T. BOWLES F. O. BRANCH T. A. BRANCH L. T. BRANNON M. S. BROOKS B. I. BROWN I-I. A. BRoxvN R. D. BROWN NV. BRUSSE P. D. BRYAN C. A. BURDELL J. M. BURGESS D. V. CADY S. M. CAMPBELL R. C. CARTER NV. CECIL D . 'W A R. R. J. T. J. C. I2 H. D. MEMBERS C. CHAPMAN B. CLARKE T. CONNELL W. CooR F. COTXVLING M. Cox A. CROSSLEY E. CROUCH W. DANIELS J. DELAY W. DEIVIILLE I-I. DONALD XV. C. DOUCI'IER W. G. DUNN J. F. DXVIGGINS J. I-I. ENGLISH J. R. FINCT-TER A. S. Focc N. C. FONVKI5 NV. D. FOXVLKES D. A. FRASER R. J. FREEMAN R. W. FREEIWAN C. M. FREY F. XV. GAT-IR J. R. CTARMON F. C. GIKRRARD M . J. .I- A. R. M I-I . .I- C. J. S. F Jf F R J. G. P. C GIANNATTASIO A. GILLIANL P. GLEASON B. GORDON A. GOULD, JR. A. GOWEN E. GRAHAIXI P. GRETHAM W. GRIGGS M. GUNN N. GURNEY H. GURRY M. HAAS G. PIAIGH C. HANIILTON F. HARDY T. EIARRIS S. HARROWER NV. HAXRWELL H. C. I-IEARN W. D. HEASLEY Y C G B. L. C A. HENDERSON L. HENRY L. HOLFORD A. HUTCHISON C. INGRAM I-I. JERDEN R First row, left to right: KENNEDY, KIDD, KIRK, LANGFORD, LAY, LUPO, MGCKEY, MALL!-XRD, MALONE, MARTIN .... Second row: MERSHON, MORRIS, MOSCRIP NQILIIIEHIIIICHOLS, NORMAN, O'LEARY, OWEN, PADEN, PATE .... Third row: PAULEY, PEDRICK, PEEDE, PETTYIOHN, PIERCE, PITTMAN, POWELL, PRESTON J. J. T. C. JOBE W. N. JOHNSON T. A. JOHNSTON J. JONES K. S. JONES R. A. JONES R. H. JONES W. R. JORDAN J. G. KENNEDY R. C. ICIDD G. NV. KIRK R. J. KYLE O. C. LANGPORD J. W. LAY K. H. LOWE R. M. LUPO M. C. MACKEY C. S. MALLARD R. XV. MALO'NE F. E. MARTIN D. C. MEREDITH F. E. MERSI-ION O. M. MORRIS R. MOSORIP H. H. NALI. P. NICHOLS M. NORMAN D. J. O,LEARY MEMBERS C. T. OWEN C. H. PADEN J. O. PAINE T. F. PATE E. E. PATTON R. H. PATTON C. O. PAULEY L. E. PEDRICK F. A. PEEDE W. J. PETTYJOHN W. M. PIERCE H. E. PITTMAN B. M. POWELL J. A. PRESTON W. S. RANKIN R. J. REED C. L. :RI-IYNE M. E. ROBERTS C. E. ROGERS G. W. ROGERS J. E. ROSS S. RUSSO M. A. SAMS H. G. SCHLOSSER R. E. SEBRING R. H. SMITH V. D. SMITH C. M. STACY J. H. STEPHENSON NV. F. STEPHENSON J. E. STEVENS J. H. STEVENS W. S. STEWART R. J. SUGGS J. P. SYDOXV K. K. TATUM J. S. THIDADERU A. E. THOMAS K. W. THOMAS S. T. TINSLEY H. M. TODD I-I. B. TUCKER H. M. TULL F. J. TURNER T. W. TURNER R. I. UHL C. F. WEIGEL I-I. A. WHITNEY G. P. WHITTLE S. F. WILLIAMS J. R. WILL1GOR'D V. K. WILSON R. N. YANTIS R. N. YEARLE Cloak-zuise: The championship ball game with SAE. . . . "Hairless Joen Brown with Jeanette .... The breakfast. Firsi row, Ieft IO right: RI-IYNE, ROBERTS, ROGERS, ROSS, RUSSO, SCI-ILOSSER, SEBRING, SMITH, STACY, I. E. STEVENS ..., Second IOVII I, H. STITVIIEIES. SUGGS, SYDOW, TI-IIBADEAU, THOMAS, TINSLEY, TODD, TUCKER. TULL, TURNER .... Fourth row: UI-IL, WEIGEL, WHITNEY, WHITTLE, WILLIAMS, WILLI- FORD, WILSON, YANTIS, YEAKLE. I I I ,LJ OFFICERS S!I1'1l7g Ff B. PERRY - - - - - - - - - Eresirlent , J. K. SHEPHERD - - - - Vice Presirlent ' B. R. JOHNSON - - - - - Sl'C1'C'f!l1'y O. NENV'ELL, JR. . - - . - - - Treasurer Fall J. K. SHEPHERD - - - - - - - Prrxirlent R. A. LENNON - - - - Vice President g A. LITTLE, JR. - - - - - Secretrzry H.. M. GILPIN - - . - - Treasurer X1-. ' PERRY SHEPHERD ,X , K CLIYLIYLKZ 6A6L,9llel' Ti .- Founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1869, Sigma Nu was installed at Tech in 1896, the fourth national social fraternity to reach the campus. The year 1946 marked the Golden Anniversary of this chapter of Sigma Nu and the seventy-seventh anniversary of the national fraternity. Wliite Rose Formal dance, commemorating this chapter's found- ing, was held at Druid Hills Country Club on November 19, 1946. This was Gamma Alpha's outstanding function of the year, being attended by alumni and members of Sigma Nu fraternity from Auburn, Emory, and the University of Georgia. Numerous other socials and functions were presented throughout the year. First ww, left fo right: ADAMSON, BAKER, BALDWIN, BENNETT, BERNER, CHANDLER, CHESNUT .... second 1-ow: COBB DAVID DAVIES, DAVIS, DAY, DILL, DILLARD .... Third row: ENGEMAN, PLICK, FR1sc1A, GILPIN, K. GREENE, w. GREENE HARVEY ' Fourth ww:HOLL1DAY,HOUs'rON,JOHNSON, LITTLE, LONG, MQCDONNELL, MCALLISTER. ' ' ' ' ' 243 kwin' Catch that leg show' . . . Another leg show. . . . Shxpwreck parm Bndge in the back yard. I-Lrsi row let io rzqht: MCVJHORTER, MOFFETT, NEWELL .... second row PIERCE ROSSELLE, RUPERT .... Third row: SCHMINKE SCI-1WAhTZ, TUPMAN .... Fourlh row: WOLL- SCHLAGER, YOPP. 249 S. H. ADAMSON XV. T. BAKER J. E. BALDWIN A. S. BENNETT J. K. BERNER S. T. BIGGERS B. L. BROCK C. C. BRUESTLE E. G. CHANDLER G. R. CHESNUT J. E. Conn J. O. DAVID F. C. DAVIES B. F. DAvxs T. M. DAY G. E. DILL W. H. DILLARD J. W. DROBELE R. F. ENGEMAN MEMBERS C. H. FIELD, JR. R. A. FLICK A. B. FRISCIA I-I. M. GILDIN K. GREENE A. O. GUN'TER M. C. HAIKVEY XV. T. HOLLAND J. E. I'IOI.I.IDAY O. K. PIOUSTON N. A. PIOXVELL R. B. INMAN T. D. JAMES, JR. B. R. jo:-1NsoN L. G. Krlucxvoon R. F. KN1oH'r R. A. LENNON A. L1'r'rL1z, AIR. M. NV. LONG R. 1. NIACDONNELL XV. F. NICALLISTIZR E. A. NICXVPIORTIER, F. B. NIOFFETT H. L. NEILSON O. N1:xvE1.r., JR. F. B. PERRY H. P1m.1.1Ps S. H. P1-111.vo'r C. L. PIERCE NV. P. ROSELLE, jR. P. R. RUPERT G. F. SCIINIINKIZ NV. C. ScuwAR'rz Al. K. SHIEPIIIERIJ XV. C. TUPMAN R, j. NVOl.I.SClIl.AGl W. -I. Yom' J IR OFFICERS Sjzring R. H. LOMAN - - ---- ---- P resirlent C. N. GERALD - - - - - Vire Presizlmt C. J. ARMSTRONG - - ---- Svcrefary R. E. GRETZINGER . - - - - - - Treasurer Fall T. R. TURNER - - - - - - - - President E. J. HESS - - - - - Vice President A. 'G. XVEI.LS - - - Serretury L. B. CROUCH - - - - Treasurer LOMAN TURNER Re W .EF k 1 'ei Ae C1 A' 1 ' ' 'AW aim Q 'UNK Y ,44,1... 6r..,,f... Q6 Sigma Phi Epsilon is a comparatively young fraternity, having been founded in 1902. The organization that became Sigma Phi Epsilon was a local organization on the campus of Richmond College, Richmond, Virginia, known as the "Satur- day Night Clubf, This club was founded by six students of that institution a year preceding the signing of the Sigma Phi Epsilon charter. Since that time, the fraternity has grown rapidly and 'will soon have ninety active chapters throughout the United States and Canada. The Georgia Alpha Chapter which came to the Georgia Tech campus in 1907 remained active throughout the war, and present membership is well above the prewar level. , First row, left to right: ARMSTRONG, BARR, BORGER, BROWN, CHAPMAN, H. CROUCH, L. cRoUcH .... s d 1 FLAKE PURET GERALD GRET- ZINGER, HESS, HOLLINGSWORTH, JONES .... Third ww: KARY, LEWIS, MALONE, MARes?nMdCovRE, MYERS. ' ' 250 Clorkwiscr Pledges and beautiful datcs. . . . Clmpmarfs feet - Nuff said .... Mr. :md Mrs. Council .... Drinks and pretzels. :Qi T- "-:5f'l15?Zl I V6 '55 HRT' F' R.. fur. J llzlifj: milf M 4 D,!,:.,.- ...I I, ' I... - , , .-J.:---Q-..:7LJ:f'-2 First row, Ielt to irqht: REED, ROONEY, SCHMIDT, SELLERS, SIZEMORE .... Second row: A. SMITH, ' 'z VIRGIN, WALTER, VVALTERS, WELLS. W. SMITH, SNEED, STEPHENS, ST. PETERY .... Tl'IIrd rom 251 MEMBERS C. J. ARMSTRONG J. W. BARR, JR. P. E. BOIRGER J. E. BROWN G. A. CHAPMAN H. XV. CROIUCH L. B. CROUCI-I G. EDWARDS B. G. FLARE J. H. FURET C. N. GERALD R. IZ. GRETZING J. D. I'IASTING'5 R. E. HAYES E. J. I'IESS ER XV. XV. I'IOLLINGSNX'OR'I'l S. XV. JONES NV. NV. KARY C. L. LEWIS R,1I.I,.OMAN R. V. RIADDIZN NV. J. MAIION H. R. MALONE T. B. MARSI-I XV. T. MOORE G. J. IVIYERS H. K. REED XV. R. ROONEY R. T. Ruco G. A. SCI-IMIDT A. SELLERS J. D. SIZITMORE A. H. SMITH W. A. SMITI-I J. XV. SNDIED, JR. R. H. S'I'EPI'1I5NS lf. IT. R. IITURNER D. UI VNIIR I. NV. VIRIJN J. 17. WAIJIER C ','. R. XVII ll Rs A. Cf. WI I I s ' C. ST. PIE'rIiRY OFFICERS Sprivzg L, M. I-IEIMAN . . - - - - - P1'FSiL16711f J, JAWI-1-Z . . . - Vice P1'csi1lzf1zi 1, A, FMSH . . . - - Sccrcfary E. B. VVEINSTEIN - - - - - Treasurer Fall i S. E. STAHLER - - -. - - - P1'esiz1e1zt A. SENTER . . . Vice Presiflent I. A. Frusl-1 - - - - - Secretary- B. WEINSTEIN - - ----.--- - . Treasurer V V V V V ana A P Q Q HEIMAN STAHLER M l Gd , . I , ,OAL 6A6L,9fel' I Y , 4 KAI Tau Epsilon Phi, the outgrowth of a professional fraternity, was founded at Columbia University on October 10, 1910. Phi Chapter was installed on the Tech campus in 1922. This year, for the first time since 1942, Phi Chapter was able to sponsor the well known Southern Conclave. Since the majority of the Phi men had already returned from the services, this year's conclave proved to be the largest and most successful in the history of Tau Epsilon Phi here at Tech. Many other parties and smaller dances helped to round out the year,s social activities. Tau Epsilon Phi also participated in many intra- mural sports. Although not champions, Tau Epsilon Phi men had that "never say die" spirit for which they are noted. With the plans made by Georgia Tech for a new and larger campus, the fraternity also has plans of its own. After a quar- ter of a century of fun, frolic, and good hard work behind, Tau Epsilon Phi is looking forward to an even brighter and more prosperous future. ' First row, left to right: Antrlorsicv, BAKER, BROUDY, caaasuc, Dorm, DRUCKER, EDELMAN ..,. s d 1 FAR wrrz KARLIN, Lei-iovirz .... Third ww: Lemza, LIPPMAN, MANNING, MARKS, PEEFSTEETNPAYSCITIEIIF'PEP1iil.SSIi11:ElTXIjiiINES' HODES' IA 252 Clarkwiscw No, no, Gertie! . . . Is everybody happy. . . . you're ugly! . . . The conclave. V 7 Y . MEMBERS B. A1u2NoFs1cY H. E. BAKER I. R. BARON M. H. Buoum' YV. CARASIK L. CISKIN M. I'I. DOLIN R. MEYER XV. S. MIN'TZ I-I. T. Mosxioxvrrz S. M. NEXV'MAN NV. PAYSON L. M. P12ALs'rE1N S. RAWN First row, lefi to right: RUEIN, ROTHSCHILD, SANDERS, SAFFRAN, SCHVVARTZ .... Second row: SENTER, SOKOLOWER, SPUNGIN, STRUG, SUGERMAN .... Third row: TACK, TOPP, NVEINSTEIN, WEINTRAUB, WEISS. 3 H. K. Duucmzu E. EDELIVIAN E. FARBER I. IS. FuE1:mv1AN I. A. FIKISII A. GA1N13s I-I. S. GOLI3S'l'liI1V L. M. PIIEIMAN A. D. Ho-mis QI. .IAWI'l'Z I7. XV. .KAIKLIN L. I.,lTllOVI'I'Z AI. C. LEII-'Eu R. V. I-IiVl1'I'AN W. D. LIPPMAN M. NIAISLLR A. A. IYIANNING A. Ii. NIAIIKS S. B. MARX ll. ul. MASON xl. XV. A'IIIIS'IliIl F. A. RLISMAN A. RITTER I. I. ROSENBLUM A. F. Ro'rHc1fm.n M. I-I. RUISIN J. SANDERS R, M, SA1-'I-'RAN J. N. ScuwAu'1'z A. SEN min A. L. Sr.oT1N 12. So14o1.ow1al1 A. I'. SPUNGIN S. E. Sx'A11L1z1c G. I.. STAUG R. M. SUCIHKIXIAN IS. M. TAc,1c M, XV. Tovmlilzc, I. Ii. TOPP la. IS. XY'I1INi'1'IiIN ,I. M. XVIISS OFFICERS Spring R. F. SWINNIE - . ---- --.- F resident E. L. ROBERTS - - - - Vice President A. H. JONES - - - - - Secretary J. L. XVILLIAMS - . . . - Treasurer Fall R. F. SWINNIE ----- - - .--- President R. W. VAN LANn1Nc1-IAM - - - - Vice President B. R. FLEMING ----- - - - Secretary R. J. ATHEY - - -------- Treasurer W SWINNIE 5452515.925- I .fdgada Wu Cdayofer be Theta Chi was founded at Norwich University on March 10, 1856. It now is one of the thirteen largest national fraternities, with seventy-three active chapters. Alpha Nu was installed at Tech in 1923 by prominent members of the student body and alumni. XVith the active support of the Atlanta Theta Chi alumni group the chapter purchased a new home on Spring Street early in 1946. Parallel with many school activities and social functions the Theta Chi Chapter has always maintained a high scholastic standing. Evidence of this fact are the Interfraternity scholarship cups which the chapter has won. .1 , ..,.,. .,,.....,.,-,,..,.,..- ,. . , .. First row, left to right ATHEY, BUTTRILL, ENGLISH, ETHRIDGE, FANVCETT, FLEMING, HALL, HARDY. . . g. Second row: HASE, HUTCHINGS, I. C. HUTCHINS I. S. HUTCHINS, IONES, LEE, LIPSEY, LIMBACI-I ..., Third row: MATHEWS, MAULDIN, MOGILNICKI, MULL, NOVOTNY, PHILLIPS, ROBERTS, SIMMONS 254 Clofkwise: Look pretty! . . . RRR-umph! . . . House party :It Rutledge. . . . Das' us. First row left to right: SMALL SMITH STANTON UNDERWOOD. second row: VAN LANDINGHAIQI, WALL. WILKERSCSN, 1. WILLIAMS. '. I Third row: T. WILLIAMS, WOODALL, WOODRUFF. R. C. ADAMS R. -I. ATHEY R. A. BENNECI-IE E. R. BUTLER M. XV. BUTTRILL C. C. CAVINESS P. A. CHUBB XV. T. CLARY, AIR. W. L. ENGLISI-I N. H. ETI-IRIDGI3 G. FAw'cI5'r'I' B. B. FINLEY B. R. FLEMING J. M. Guulms, JR. D. H. I'1ALL S. G. I'IARDY, ju. H. G. HASE 255 MEMBERS C. M. PIUTCHINGS J. C. I-IUTCHINS J. S. HUTCHINS A. H. JONES C. M. KELLETT D. E. LEE J. C. LIFSEY, Jn. AI. N. LIMIIACI-I J. M. RIATI-IENVS H. D. MAULDIN A. A. NIOCILNICKI C. H. MULL D. D. NOI.AN G. T. NORTII, ju. E. NOVOTNY M. P. Om: I. E. PHILLIPS, JR. E. PIIITCIIAIID L. ROIIEIATS A.. SCOTT B. SIMMONS H. SMALL L. SMITIVI C. STA'N'I'ON C. SXVICORD F. SWINNIIQ C. URIIJEIRXVOOID W. VAN LANIIINGIIIIM C. XVALL G. XVILIIIaIISoN I.. XVlLl..lAM5 I7 XVII I IMIS, -In. . . I . . F. Wooxm.-xI.I. . II. NVOOIDIKUI I .3 ra, v,,fzw,: ' ' , ,I -'ii' fi "fi 5 Jlfyyiw ,f .., , ,. ,. . an Q ,, of 5 1' v . 4 ny iw' f f 'A .ff f v 1 Aw . QQ, ff' ' X ,fu 1231 h 4 U f KX., X E ,f X "gi ,f "K " , ix , 'ily 4 ' X if . f Q1 dpi' xy-vfff, im, y ,rx mg, , ..1,, f-:Q , - E J J "' . Q Z 2 - ' 1 . 1 ps 1. ig, 2 i L , 1 rf If K ' X, X I- Z P E lll EVEN -S TY E EEN ET IN EN ' T 1 H I I UN 3 A Qs T011 fo br11'fo111: The new initiates and old members of ODK .... A scene during the ANAK tapping at the fall IFC dances .... The speakers table at the ODK Presidents' Club banquet .... George Mathews being tapped into ANAK by Jack XX'ilson and Bob Davis. . T 1 Q i W The group of 111011 i11ili11fr'rl info T1111 Bela Pi las! fall. IVIAJUR HONORS .L Ai ," - . ij Qi? W' Zi? l G. B. WILSON, II1 . D. C. KYKER . . R. T. DAVIS . . W. J. PETTYJOHN R. T. DAVIS . . . G. W. MATHEWS E. C. JOHNSON . WILSON DAVIS OFFICERS Spring . . . Presirlent . . Vice President . . . Secrelary . . . Treasurer Fall . . . Presin'e11l . Vice President Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS R. L. BAILEY G. M. COLEMAN R. T. DAVIS K. GREENE D. R. JOHNSON E. C. .JOHNSON D. C. KYKER J. R. MACPHERSON G. W. MATHEWS N. V. MILLSAI' W. J. PETTYJOHN C. R. SCHNEIDER BAILEYN G. B. WILSON Cgggggg 260 Doyle johnson being tapped ut the IFC dances in lbs' fall. ANAK, the oldest honorary on the Tech campus, is the highest local honor a Tech student may obtain. The members of ANAK are selected from the men of the Senior Class who are outstanding among their fellow students by their achieve- ments for and services to Georgia Tech. Since its founding in 1908, ANAK has numbered among its members many Tech' men who have become leaders of national prominence. ANAK has been responsible for founding nearly all of the other clubs that exist on the Tech campus. D. R. IOHNSON E. C. IOHNSON KYKER Iw!ficPHITRSOI'I MATHETNS MILLSAP PETTYIOHN SCI-If-JEIIEER 261 i 0MI P1'esirlf'11t z1eC0urt L'01Zg1'dfZlll1f6S the new members. Omicron Delta Kappa is a national college activities fraternity for men. Members are selected on a point basis--a definite number of points being given for each honor or position attained by the student. XVhen a student has amassed a minimum of thirty points and maintained a definite scholastic average, he is eligible for election-the ultimate election depending upon his character and popularity among his fellow students. O. D. K. ranks along with ANAK as the highest honorary organization on the Tech campus. H COLEMAN DAVIS GREENE HUGHS D. R. IOHNSON iz.. C. JOHNSON KELSO KYKER MQCPHERSON MARTIN 262 CRO DELI PP Q 1914- I MCCHEE MILLSAP PETTYIOHN WILHELM E X ...M f, WILSON G. B. WILSON . . D. C. KYKER . S. R. MCGHEE . . H. F. DECOURT H. F. DECOURT E. C. JOHNSON E. F. HUGHES N. V. MILLSAP . 263 n OFFICERS S pring Fall MEMBERS G. M. COLEMAN R. T. DAVIS H. E. DECOURT K. GREENE E. F. HUGH5 D. R. JOHNSON E. C. JOHNSON A. S. KBLSO D. C. KYKE11 J. R. MACPPIEIKSON J. L. MAR'1'IN S. R. MCGHEE N. V. MILLSAP W. J. PETTYJOI-IN R. L. THOMISON R. O. WIL1-IELM G. B. WILSON deCOURT . Prcfsizlmzt . 'V ice P1'e5iclc'1zf . Secretary . T1'0HS7Ll'l'1' . P1'esizle1zt Vice Presialmzt . Secretary . T1'c'rls1L1'cr J. S. BALDWIN J. H. BEST B. L. BORUP H. C. BREARLEY F. J. BULL I. S. BULL A. BRO'WN M. S. CAI-IN E. C. CATES D. P. CHANDLER E. H. COVINGTON C. A. CIKOWELL H. O. DAVIDSON J. M. DAVIS L. E. DAY H. F. DE COURT D. J. DEITERS M. R. DOINALDSON R. L. DOUGI-IERTY D. E. DUEPORD G. C. DUNN I. DU QUESNE D. F. EICI-IORN A. G. FAUSTINI R. W. FREEMAN J. T. FRENCH R. L. FROEMKE W. C. GIEGOLD D. M. GILL P. M. GINGLES C. H. GREEN K. GREENE F. M. GRIBBLE E. C. HADLOCIC F. M. HAMMILL W. HIXMMEIISLA M. G. HAMPTO'N C. C. PIANCOCK J. L. HANCOCK H. R. I'IENRY J. M. HOFFMAN A. O. HOLLIS J. W. HOWELL H. A. HUNTEIK A. E. JOIENS D. Rf JOHNSON E. C. JOHNSON D. C. KYKER P. R. LATIMER A. F. LATTA MEMBERS F. XV. LEITNER G. H. LEWIS R. J. MACDONNEL .I- R. MACPIIERSON G. D. MALOINE . 'I' .L F. F. V. IVIANNING L. MARTIN E. MARTIN J. MEADOW D. W. MOELLER C. B. MOORE C. B. MOORE K. P. MOSELEY O. NEVI'ELL S. A. NEW'TO-N XV. E. NEWTON E. L. PARRER G. S. PATRICK M. PATTERSON XV. G. QUINN W. W. RAMAGI2 L. A. RARIOS H. D. RAYNES L. T. REAGOR J. F. RICHARDS R. A. ROBINSON W. M. ROOGERS C. E. W T. H. IS. F. R. B. R. R. R. D. H. P. T. T. J. R. R. G. J. C. E. STELZENMUELLER A. ROUSH D. RUCKER . A. SCI-IMIDT C. Sl-IEPARD L. SHORT D. SIMKINS XV. SMITI-I E. SPENCER STREET A. THOMAS M. THOMAS V. TUDEEN H. UOALDE C. UNDERNVOOD A. VOCEL C. WATKIN5 W. WEENIS O. WILHELM W. WIILLMON B. WILSON I. WOOD T. Yu First Tow, left to right: BALDWIN, BEST, BORUP, BREARLEY, F. I. BULL, I. S. BULL, CATES .... Second row: CHANDLER, COVINGTON, CROWELL, DAVIDSON, DAVIS, DAY, deCOURT .... Third row: DONALD- SON, DOUGHERTY, DUFFORD, DLIOUESNE, EICHORN, FAUSTINI, FREEMAN .... Fourth row: GILL, GREEN, GREENE, GRIBBLE, HADLOCK, HAMMILL, HAMMERSLA .... Fifth row: HAMPTON, C. C. HANCOCK, J. L. HANCOCK, HENRY, HOFFMAN, HOLLIS, HOWELL .,.. Sixth Tow: HUNTER, JOENS, D. R. JOHNSON. E. C. JOHNSON, KYKER, LATIMER, LATTA .... Seventh row: LEITNER, LEWIS, MCDONNEL, MALONEI MANNING, L L. MARTIN. i 1 OFFICERS Spring J. R. MACPHERSON . . . Presiclenzf D. C. KYKER . . . . Vice President D. V. TUDEEN . . . Recording Sec1'eta1'y H. C. BREARLEY . . CorresjJ0nrz'ing Sec1'e!a1'3i Fall D. J. DEITERS . K . . President A. E. JOHNS . . . Vice Presidenzf J W HOWELL . . Recording Secretary J. L. MARTIN . . C01'1'L'SlIO7'ltl'i1Zg Secrelary Tau Beta Pi is the largest honorary engineering fraternity in the country and numbers among its members many of our leading engineers. Eligible for membership in the society I are the upper eighth of the engineering junior classes and the upper fifth of the engineer- W I ing classes in their senior year based on excellence in scholarship, character, loyalty, per- MGCPHERSON sonality, leadership, and school activities. The local chapter annually gives a scholarship DEITERS cup to the senior with the highest four-year average in the engineering school. First row, left to right: F. E. MARTIN, MEADOW, MOELLER, C BACI-IMAN MOORE, C. BINFORD MOORE, MOSELEY, NEWELL, S. A. NEWTON, W, E. NEWTON PARKER .... Second row: PATRICK PATTERSON, RAMAGE, RIAMOS RAYNES, REAGOR, RICHARDS, RODGERS, ROUSH, RUCKER .... Third row: SCHMID, SI-IEPARD, SHORT, SMITH, SPENCER, STELZENMUELLER, STREET, R.'A. THOMAS, R. M, THOMAS, TUDEEN .... Fourth row: UGALDE, VOGEL, WEEMS WILHELM, WILLMON, WILSON, WOOD, YU. 265 Phi Kappa Phi is the oldest national honor society on the Georgia Tech campus. Founded in 1897, it nofw has chapters in Hfty colleges and universities. The local chapter was installed in 1914. Membership in Phi Kappa Phi is awarded to those memibers of fthe senior class who have excelled in scholarship during their first three years at Georgia Tech. The local chapter conducts the annual Honors Day exercises and awards each year a scholarship cup tgo the senior with the highest scholastic average. ' PHI PP PHI The officers of Phi Kappa Phi are from the faculty and are chosen by the faculty members. OFFICERS A. J. XVALKER . .... . . Presirlent PAUL WEBER . . . . Vice Presizlcnt W. L. CARMICHAEL . . . Secreinry F. B. NVENN . . TI'vrIsIm'r F. W. AJAX A. BLAIR J. E. BOYD M. L. BRITTAIN B. L. BROWN J. C. BROWN NV. L. CARMICIIAEL L. W. CHAPIN D. B. COIVIER J. L. DANIEL FACULTY MEMBERS J. DASIIER . E. DENNISON D. W. DUTTON C. L. EMERSON R. ERVIN H. FOLK . K. FULMER R. A. HEFNER R. L. HILL . A. PIONNIELL R. S. HOWELL J. H. I-IOWEY XV. B. JOHNS I-I. W. IVIASON J. E. IVICIDANIEL L. NIITCHELL J. E. MOORE WW. G. PERM' A. Y. POPE G. A. ROSSELOT D. P. SAVANT D. M. SIViI'I'H XV. M. SI-ICER A. L. STARRETT R. L. SWEIGERT A. J. WIXLKER H. S. WEBER P. XVEBER F. B. XVENN NV. C. NVHITLEY B. B. NVROTII H. A. NVYCKOFE First row, left to right: BELLAMY, BLAIR, BORUP, BREARLEY, BULL, DAVIS .... Second row: DAY, deCOURT, DEITERS, DICKEY, DONALDSON, DUFFORD 266 First row, left to right: DuOUESNE, PAUSTINI, FREEMAN, GREENE, HADLOCK, HAMMILL .... Second rowt HANCOCK, HOLLIDAY HOJSTOUN HOWARD HOWELL, HUNTER .... Third row: D. H. IOHNSON, E, C. IOHNSON, KENNEDY, KYKER, MCICPHERSON, MARTIN .... Fourth row: MOORE MOSELEY NEWETL BAMAGE, ROVIRA, ROUSH . . . Fifth row: SHEPA RD, THOMAS, TUDEEN, VOGEL, VVILSON, WILHELM J. L. BELLAMY A. BLAIR B. L. Bonup H. C. BREARLEY I. S. BULL M. S. CAHN NV. J. Dfxvxs L. E. DAY H. F. 'DE COURT D. j. DEIrErxs J. L. DICKEY M. R. DONALDSON D. E. Dumform I. DUQUESNE A. J. FAUSTINI R. W. FREEMAN K. GREENE E. C. HADLOCK F. M. HAMMILL C. C. PIANCOCK EI. 12. PIOLLIDAY R. C. I-Iousrouw MEMBERS A. L. J. W. H. A D. R 13. C. D. G D. C. bl. N. J- R. J. L. C. B. 267 Hoxvmm HOWELL Hu NTER JOHNSON JC-HNSON KEN NEDY IQYKER LIMBACH R'IACPI-IIERSON M A R I'l N Moorug K. P. NIOSELEY O. NEW'EI.L XV. XV. RAMAGE J. B. Rovnm C. A. ROUSI-I T. C. Sr-xE1mrm R. A. THOMAS D. V. TUDEIZN P. C. UNDIQILXVOOIJ T. A. Vomil. G. IS. XVu,.soN R. O. XY'Il.lIlQl.NI LOVE TODD OFFICERS Spring E. LOVE- - - - - - A. NENVTON . - T. TRIIXIBLE - . Fall M. TODD- - - - L. TI-IOMAS - - F. BRANSON - - - - - .Prwsirferzlf - Vice P1'vsi:lc11t - - -Secretary - - - -Pffiillfllf - Virc' Piexiffmf - - - Secretary X Phi Eta Sigma, a national freshman honorary scholastic fraternity, was installed at Georgia Tech in 1930. Membership in Phi Eta Sigma is the highest honor which a freshman may receive at Georgia Tech. Only those men having an average of 3.5, which is equivalent to grades of one-half A's and one-half B's, based on the first semester or the entire fresh- man year, are eligible for membership. Each spring the fraternity presents a cup to the freshman having the highest scholastic average for the first Semester. MEMBERS J. E. ALEXANDER M. H. FURCHGOTT N. V. MILLSAP R. J. ATHEY R. W. FREEMAN O. NEXVELL R. L. AUSTIN C. H. GRIFFENBERG S. A. NEWTO'N S. M. AUSTIN F. E. I'IAN.KINSO'N C. J. O,REAR C. I. BABcOcR A. L. HANNA H. G. PATILLO H. G. BALL G. B. HAXVTHO-RNE D. B. PAYNOE D. L. BARKER R. G. HEcHr W. J. PETTYJOHN S. C. BARNETT R. E. HEMMINGW.'XY D. E. PINKSTON W. E. BELL J. E. HOLLIDAY M. H. QUATTLEBAUM L. BERNSTEIN R. C. HOUSTOUN D. T. QUINN A. BLAIR T. C. JOBE H. D. RAYNES NV. M. BLANCETT D. R. JOHNSON M. H. RUBIN R. E. BRACEWELL E. C. JOI-INSO-N' M. H. SCHINDLIER C. F. BRANSON R. E. -JOHNSON S. SI-IANRMAN J. X. BRENNAN W. N. JOHNSON V. J. SIRLRA R. L. BROCK A. KATZ E. D. SIMRINS W. A. BROOKS H E. KAUEMAN J. C. SMITI-I B. I. BROWN NV. W. KAVANAUOH J. C. SPACH F. I. BROXVN J. IQRUGER J. SPERTOR I W. L. BROWN A D. C. KYRER M. S. SIEINBERG A. E. BURDEN W. I. LANGSTAFIF B. E. STELZENMUELLER XV. CARASIR A. LANIER P. TAYLOR T. I. CARROLL R. C. LATSON R. A. THOMAS G. F. CHILDRESS C. V. LECRAW R. L. THOMAS G. M. COLENIAN J. C. LEIFER H. M. TODD W1 D. COIPELAND J. Love A. T. TRIMBLE L. R. DANIEL D. W. MAOER C. A. TURNER T. M. H. DAY G. D. IVIALONE F. M. TUTTLE H. F. DECOURT E. XV. MCDANIEL J. YV. TYSINGER D. J. DEITERS C. E. IVICGINNIA J. J. TYSON H. E. DEWEESE J. G. McKO-Y W. C. UNDERWOOD H. K. DRUCRER L. C. IVICLEAN J. F. WILLIAMS XV. G. DUNN E. MCNALLX' G. B. WILSON, III J. F. DWIGGINS J. V. MEISTEII W. R. P. XVILSON C. C. EVANS L. I-I. IVIEYER D. L. XVINTER M. J. FIVEL J. M. NYIOLFI5 First row, left tO right: ALEXANDER, ATHEY, AUSTIN, BABCOCK, BARNETT, BELL, BERNSTEIN, BLAIR, BLANCETT, BRACEWELL .... Second row: BRANSON BRENNAN, BROOKS, BROWN, CARASIK, CARROLL, CHILDRESS, COLEMAN, OOPELAND, DAY. 268 First row, left to right: deCOURT, DEITERS, DQWEESE, DRUCKER, DUNN, DWIGGINS, EVANS, FIVEL, FREEMAN, FURCHGOTT .... Sesond row: GRI!-'FEI-L BERG, HANKINSON, HANNA, HAWTHORNE, HECI-IT, HEMMINGWAY, HOLLIDAY, HOUSTOUN, IOBE, D. R. IOHNSON .... Third row: E. C. IOHNSON, Fl. E IOHNSON, W. N. IOHNSON, KAUFMAN, KAVANAUGH, KRUGER, KYKER, LATSON, LeCRAW, LEIFER .... Fourth row: MADEH, MALONE, MCKOY. MCLEAN MCNALLEY, MEISTER, MEYER, MILLSAP, NEWELL, NEWTON .... Fifth row: O'FtEAR, PATTILLO, PAYNE, PETTYIOHN, PINKSTON, OUATTLEBAUM, OUINN RAYNES, RUBIN, SCHINDLER .... Fifth row: SHANKMAN, SIKORA, SMITH, SPACH, SPECTOR, STEINBERG, STELZENMUELLER, TAYLOR, R. A. THOMAS R. M. THOMAS .... Sixth row: THIMBLE, TURNER, TYSINGERH UNDERWOOD, G. B. WNILSON, W. R. P, WILSON. 'S WHO M0 6 stunt TS ICAN umlvfnsmfs A n consists Waww ,N fy Q 524113 , .. 513 , .- a n i.f.gw, R mwfwimfkm A343 I4 270 The men listed on this page have been selected as outstanding students on the Tech campus. Their college activities will appear in the 1947 edition of VC7b0,s Who Among SL'z1de11ts in A1zze1'irrz1z Universities and Col- leges. MEMBERS I F. BRoY1.Es XV. E. BUSBIN XV. E, CARLISLE J. E. DANIEL R. T. DAVIS H. F. DECOURT D. J. DEITERS P. A. DUKE M. H. FURCHSOTT S. N. GIBSON S K. GREENE H. A. HOLBORN J. W. HO-WELI. E. F. I-IUGI-Is D. R. JOHNSON E. C. JO-I-INSON W. B. KLINKE E, W. KOPP NV. A. MARTINELI. G. NV. TVIATHEWS J. C. MCINTOSI-I N. V. IVTILLSAP C. R. SCHNEIDER R. A. THOMAS N. C. TURNER R. O. XVILHELM First row, left to right: BROYLES, BUSBIN, CARLISLE, DAVIS .... Second row: c1eCOURT, DEITERS, DUKE, FURCHGOTT .... GIBSON, GREENE, HOWELL, HUGHS .... Third row: D. R. IOHNSON, E. C. IOSN- SON, KLINKE, KOPP .... Fourth row: MARTINELL, MATHEWS, MCINTOSH, MILLSAP .... Fifth row: SCHNEIDER, THOMAS, TURNER, WILHELM. MINOR HONORS OFFICERS Sjwivzg P. WHITTLE - V - - - - - - Pzeridcnf R. JOHNSON - - Vice Prvxirlcnt B. TRUETT - - - - - Secretary M. MACK - - - - Treasurer Fall R. JOHNSON - - - - - - . Presiffcnt N. KIRKMAN - - Vive Pr-esidefit B. TRUETT - - - - - Secretary P. JoNcI2DYIcI: - - - - - Twrzmrer B. WROTH - - Faculty Aclifisor WHITTLE I OHN SON Alpha Chi Sigma is the national honorary and professional organization for chemists and chemical engineers. This fraternity has for its chief aims the furthering of pure and applied chemistry, and the recognition of individual achievement. It presents each Honorls Day a chemical handbook to the junior maintaining one of the five highest scholastic averages. Students are eligible to be elected to membership who have shown decided interest in chemistry or chemical engineering, Who have reached second quarter sophomore status, and who have maintained a 2.5 overall scholastic average. The Work of the local chapter includes providing exhibits for the student body, sponsoring speakers on scientific subjects, and establishing a medium for social contact among its members. MEMBERS G. S. B.-uno T. M. H. DAY R. A. FLICIQ E. J. HODGES J. R. HUFIT D. R. JOHNSON R. P. JONGEDQK J. F. KINNEY H. N. KIRIQMAN F. M. Macx R. K. MAXWELL O. NEWELL H. G. PHILIPS J. F. RICHARDS C. A. Rousl-I J. E. STEVENS R. I. TARBES P. A. THOMAS A. T. TRIMBLE J. B. TRUE rr G. P. XVI-IITTLE First row left to right BAIRD, DAY, PLICK, KIRKMAN, MACK, MAXWELL, NEWELL .... Second r THOMAS, TRIMBLE, TRUETT. 272 OWI PHILIPS, RICHARDS, ROUSH, STEVENS H. W. AIKEN B. GUvENc R. L. PECK RCHIIIEIII SUCIEIY The Architectural Society, composed of architectural students who have completed three semesters of Work, strives to increase interest in architecture and its applications. Each year it enters the work of outstanding students in a national contest. In the , fall it holds a reception for all freshmen desiring to take architec- ture in order that they might become acquainted with thc depart- ment and their fellow students. MEMBERS J. ALTOBELLIS E. K. ARMISTEAD K. H. ASI-IBY J. E. ASHLEY J. A. BERG W. P. BERGEN l J. M. BODY C. W. BOROUGHS B. I. BRO-WN N. BROWNE B. S. BURNET J. E. CARLSON G. A. CHAPMAN J. A. COCI-IRANE A. T. CONNELL J. T. CRAIN C. A. CROWELL R. F. DARIIY A. O. DAVIS R. DEDXY'YLDER J. H. DODSON A. C. DOWNS C. FISCHER J. E. FLOWERS R. XV. GIBELING R. R. GREENE E. GREMLI G. A. HAMPTON M. G. HAMPTON W. H. HARRIS H. I-I. HARRISS J. M. HOFFM.'XN C. E. HUTCHINS N. A. JACOIIS L. K. JENNISON C. M. JOHNSTON I-I. I-I. JORDAN B. F. KAVY XV. A. LANIER XV. D. LATHBURY F. A. LEXVIS G. XV. LOXVRY W. C. MANN F. J. MARTIN XV. A. IVIARTIN W. MATHEWS J. A. MCDONALD A. P. MCINTOSH I-I. A. MO'NTAGUE A. D. V. MOORE R. N. MORRISETT C. M. MOSELEY T. I-I. PAINB J. E. PI-IILLIPS R. F. RABUN I.. I-I. ROBERTS A. L. ROGERS D. O. SAVINI F. B. Sl-IEETZ M. D. SIEGEL S. SILLMAN A. R. SMITH J. N. SMITH D. B. SPANGLER R. A. SPITLER R. H. STEVENS R. H. STREET W. C. TI-IOWISON A. E. TI-IOZVIPSON J. E. THONIPSON R. B. 'TIPPETT 'I'. W. TISDALE D. P. TYNDALE W. R. WATRINS T. F. XVEBER F. S. XVEEKS J. W. XVEEMS C. IB. NVINSLETTE F. E. XVRIGHT M. B. XVRIGHT DAVIS SAVINI OFFICERS Spring . O. DAVIS a - - - - - - - Prexirlcmf BODY - - - Vice P1'exi11c11t S. WEEKS - - - - - Secretary M. JOHNSON - - - TrvzIs1zrer Fall . O. SAVINI- - - - - - - Prmizlcnz . W. BOROUGI-IS - - - Vice President . F. RABUN - - - - -Sfcrcfary . M. MOSELEY4 - -.-- T'!'C'IISIll'L'1' M. HEPFERNAN - - - - Faculty Azlwsor I I I First row, left to right: AIKEN, ASI-IBY, BERG, BODY, BOROUGI-IS, BROWN, BROWNE, BURNET, CARLSON, CHAPMAN, COCI-IRANE .... Second row: CROWELL, DARBY, DODSON, DOWNS, GIBELING, GREENE, GREMLI, HAMPTON, HARRIS, HOFFMAN, JACOBS .... Third row: IENNISON, JOHN- STON, KAVY, LATHPURY, LOWRY, MANN, MARTIN, MCINTOSH, MONTAGUE, MOORE, MOSELEY .... Fourth row: PAINE, PECK, PHILLIPS. RABUN, ROBERTS, SIEGEL, SILLMAN, SMITH, SPANGLER, SPITLER, STEPHENS .... Fifth row: STREET, TIPPETT, TYNDALE, WATKINS, WEBER, WEEKS, WEEMS, WINSLETTE, WRIGHT 273 A. B. GORDON W. L. LOCKW00'D DAVIS BUSBIN R. T. DAVIS - - C. R. SCHNEIDER XV. E. BUSBIN - J. XV. HOWELL - W. E. BUSBIN - C. XV. HENSON- R. M. MITCHELL R. J. JORDAN - - OFFICERS Sjirirzg Fall Vice Vice P resid ent Pl'ESIll6l7If Sefreta ry Twaszzrey Presicleuf Prcs'i1lcnt Srcrelary Treasurer The Bulldog Club is one of our best known local organizations. It was founded by a group of seniors in 1910 to promote college spirit and interest. The club merged with the Junior Koseme Club in 1933 to form the present organization, whose most outstanding juniors and seniors on MEMBERS J. B. ARMISTED R. L. BAILEY J. BILLS L. B. BONVEN D. L. BRANDON J. M. BURGESS W. E. BUSBIN D. V. CADY W. E. CARLISLE XV. D. COLDERT R. P. COLMER G. M. COLEMAN S. G. CONDURELIS . NV. CRAWFORD . R. CURTNEIK J. E. DANIEL R. T. DAVIS P. A. DUKE D. W. DURST W. W. EARTHMAN S. P. EAVES J. T. ELLIOTT T. W. EDXVARDS J. T. FULWILER M. H. FUROHGOTT .I T A. H. GURITZ XV. HAINES L. W. I-IATCHER G. H. HENDERSON L. L. HENRY J. L. HIcKs C. W. HENSON H. S. HOLTSINOER J. T. HOWELL W. E. HUGER R. C. HOUSTOUN J. N. IRELAND D. R. JOHNSON E. C. JOHNSON J. JORDAN R. J. JORDAN J. W. KILZER E. L. KING E. F. KING A. C. KNIGHT E. W. KOIPP D. C. KYKER S. R. KRYSIAK J. P. LICHTY members are selected from the the campus. M. L. LOGAN J. K. Luck W. M. MCCABE J. R. MACPI-IERSON J. M. MAAS G. W. MATI-IEWS W. J. PETTYJOHN R. W. PHILLIPS W. S. POTTINGER S. R. RASRIN C. R. SCHNEIDER W. SCHOLE T. B. STARNES J. E. STEVENS J. P. SYDOW R. E. TALIAFERRO R. L. THO-MISON N. C. TURNER J. F. WALKER B. W. WILLIAMS J. D. WEAVER J. I. WILSON C. WINTON L. M. WISE D. W. GABIMILL O. E. LIKENS D- P. YARRINGTON G C L l 0 . i First row, left 10 riqht: BAILEY, BRANDON, BURGESS, CARLISLE, COLMER, COLEMAN, CONDURELIS, CRAWFORD, CURTNER, DUKE, DURST .... Second roy EARTHMAN, EAVES, ELLIOTT, EDWARDS, FUL'-NILER, FURCHGOTT, GAMMILL, GORDON, GURITZ, HATCHER, HENDERSON .... Third row: HENRY, HICRS HENSON, HOLTSINGER, HOWELL, HUGER, HOUSTOUN, IRELAND, D. R. JOHNSON, E. C. JOHNSON, I. JORDAN .... Fourth row: R. I. IORDAN, KILZER E. L. KING, E. F. KING, KNIGH'l', KOPP, KYKER, KRYSIAK, LICHTY, LIKENS, LOCKWOOD .... Fifth row: LOGAN, LUCK, MCCABE, MOCPHERSON, MAAS MATHEWS, PETTYIOHN, POTTINGER, RASKIN, SCHNEIDER, STARNES. . . . Sixih row: STEVENS, SYDOW, TALIAFERRO, TURNER, WALKER, WEAVER WINTON, WISEJARRINGTON. N2 74 F. H. ABBOTT G. A. AIzcuEDAs W. J. B1.EvINs B. L. BOVRUP G. W: BURKE E. R. Fo-ss E. T. Fo-WLEK J. B. FREEBORN J. T. FRENCH G. A. GAY J. E. HEATHERLEY H. R. HENRY M. E. HOFFMAN MEMBERS T. E. HOI.LINGSNVOll'TH J. B. HOLLOM.KN J. K. HUDSON H. A. Hump S. A. INGRAM XV. Y. IRXVIN M. JAEEE R. G. JESSUP A. E. J'OENS J. C. IVIACLIN C. H. MARKS J. F. MAT-rr-IEws F. J. MEADOWS B. MICKEI. J. V. MINER D. NV. MOELLER W. H. MULLINS H. P. PAIIKISI-I W. C. ROBINSON F. J. SMITH W. A. STRINCFELLOW D. V. TUDEEN R. O. WILHELM J. L. WILLIAMS P. C. WILLIAMS J. I. Woon First row, left to riqhi: ABBOTT, ARGUEDAS, EORUP, BURKE, FOSS .... Second row: FOWLER, FREEBORN, G. A. GAY, I. GAY, HEATHERLEY .... Third row: HENRY, HOFFMAN, I-IOLLOMAN, HUDSON, HURD .... Fourth row: INGRAM, IRWIN, IAFFE, MACLIN, MEADOWS .... Fifth row: MICKEL, MINER, MOELLER, MULLINS, ROBINSON .... Sixth row: STRINGFELLOW, TUDEEN, WILHELM, I. L. WILLIAMS, P. C. WILLIAMS .... Seventh row: WOOD. 275 IOENS OFFICERS Spring . J. SMITH - - - - - - - - Presizlent B. L. BORUP - - - - -Vice P1'f'SiIIE11f J. B. I"IOLLOMAN - . - - Secretary A. E. JOENS- - - . - T1-wzmrcr F1111 A. E. JOENS - - - - - -Preiiclczzt C. H. MARKS - - - - Vice Prcxizlezzt D. W. MoEI.I.EK - - - - - Secretary J. M. GALEY- - ---- Trwzszznrr T. H. EVANS - - - - Faculty Azlvisor Chi Epsilon is the only national fraternity composed entirely of men in the field of Civil Engineering. Founded at the University of Illinois in 1922, it recognizes and encour- ages the qualities of scholarship, character, practicality, and socia- bility in the undergraduate Civil Engineer. The Georgia Tech Chap- ter of Chi Epsilon, founded in 1943, was formed from the Civil Crew, the oldest honor organization on the Tech campus. Among its many ac- tivities are held trips, guest speak- ers presenting news of the profes- sion, and movies on various engi- neering subjects. B. C. WALLACE - J. L. BELLAMY- T. C. SHEPARD- E. C. JoHNsoiN - W. E. NEWTON - J. E. SELLERS . - H. B. DULINC - - BREARLEY IOI-INSON H. C. BREARLEY- - J. L. MARTIN - - Eta Kappa Nu is a national honorary electrical engineering fraternity founded in 1904, the local chapter being installed in 1941. The membership is composed of those junior and senior electrical engineering stu- dents who are outstanding in scholarship, character, and leadership. OFFICERS Spring Fall - - - Presiclent - Vice Presirlemf . - - Secretnry . Trcaucrer - - - Presizlent - Vice Presizlent - - - Secrelury - . - Treasurer Faculty Advisor AQ 1 1 J. L. BELLAMY R. BENSON H. C. BREARLEY T. L. BROWNLEY H. F., DE COURT W. E. GLENN C. C. HANCOCK E. C. JOHNSON D. C. KYKER J. V. MANNING E. W. MARTIN F. E. MARTIN J. L. MARTIN XV. E. NEWTON W. J. PETTYJOI-IN M. D. PRINCE ISS - Ji MEMBERS W. RAMAGE D. RAINES RICHTER W. ROBINSON ROVIRA RUBACK D. RUCKER F. SELLERS C. 'SHEPARLS H. SMITH H. TRIMMER H. UGALTJE C. WALLACE R. WARREN B. WILso'N ' 13 , js., ' 'Q' 9? Q . ff .SC v X - tp. .Gif va , .Q -"f" - . f . -A-s - -- Q..-. 3 .-. -N W4 -. .. ' .. Ia ,. 'R p :wx-'fc 4' 5, , w- .' ' ' ' .' x.-'C' ' 1. .3 :Na-SE.: '-El .N '!S,,2S'2.5 Q A 5 gl, fm, , t .Q I 5 I I0 A73 First row, left to right: BELLAMY, BROWNLEY, BURDETT, COX, DANIEL, DAVIS, deCOURT, DOUGHERTY, FAUSTINI, GLENN .... Second row: HANCOCK INGRAM, KYKER, MANNING, E. W. MARTIN, F. E. MARTIN, J. L. MARTIN, MCAULEY, NEWTON, PAXSON .... Third row: PETTYIOHN, PLAXCO, PRINCE RAMAGE, RAYNES, ROBINSON, ROLFING, ROVIRA, RUBACIQRUCKER ..,. Fourth row: SELLERS, SHEPARD, SMITH, TRIMMER, UGALDE, WALLACE ' WARREN, WEINER, WILSON. 276 A a li 24 fy A K M R? xiii X STRIAL AN The Industrial Management Society is open to all students in industrial management Who are outstanding in both schol- arship and extra-curricular activities. Throughout the year the society maintains an active program. At the end of the school year, the club presents a loving cup to the senior grad- uating with the highest average in industrial management. AGEM M First row, left to right: ADAMSON, BENNETT, BOLLINGER, CARTER, DAVIS. . Second row: EAVES, EDWARDS, FLEMING, FRANKLIN, GEHRING .... Third row: HAMILTON, HARDY, HEARN, HOYLE, HUGHS. Fourth row: HUNT, INGRAM, KLINEFELTER, KRYSIAK, LAMB .... Fifth row: LEE, LOWRY, MAAS, MANGHAM, MANN. . . . Sixth row: MARTINELL, MATRANGOS, MCGEE, PEARCE, PEERY .... Seventh row: SULLINS, TATUM, TAYLOR, WEAVER. Q I I 277 IE SUCIEIY STRING-FELLOW W. A. STRINGFELLOW - S. R. MCGEE ---- J. A. FRAZEL- - R. A. HOYLE - - E. F. KING - - E. F. HUGHES - - J. M. MAAS- - R. A. HOYLE- . F. B. WENN - - J. K. ABSI-IER S. H. ADAMSON F. BEALL F. A. BENNETT E. R. BOLLINGER M. BOYD F. BRIDGES K. M. BULLARD J. R. BURTON R. L. CARTER D. CUNDY R. H. DAVIS T. L. DRYMAN S. P. EAVES W. L. EDWARDS E. H. FLEMING J. R. FRANKLIN J. A. FRASEL H. W. GEHRING W. M. HAMILTON P. F. HARDY H. C. HEARN R. A. HOYLE E. F. HUGH J. A. HUNT S. A. INGRAM KING OFFICERS Spring - - - - - - - - - -President - -Vice Prcntidmrt - - - Secretary - . Treasurer Fall - - - - .Prexirlcnt - - Vice President . - - Secretary - - - - Treasurer - - Faculty Advisor MEMBERS L. P. JO-NES E. F. KING G. Y. KLINEFELTER S. R. KRYSIAK R. M. LAMB W. W. LEE R. D. LOWRY J. M. MAAS S. W. MANGI-IAM R. S. MANN W. L. MARTINELI. W. S. MASTERS W. R. MATI-IEWS J. S. MATRANGOS J. MAYO H. H. MCCALL S. R. MCGEE F. MERRICR J. PEARCE F. B. PERRY W. A. STRINGFELLOW H. W. SULLINS R. H. TATUM J. L. M. TAYLOR R. WATKINS F. O. WEAVER IOHNSON MORRIS OFFICERS Spring R. F. JOHNSON - - - - - - - President C. E. MORRIS - - - - - Vive President R. E. BRACEXVELL- - - - Secretary D. G. KENNEDY - - - - Trenszzrer Full C. E. MORRIS - - - - - - P1-esirlcnt S. R. XVALRER - . - - Vice President D. W. MOELLER 1 - - - - Secreiary R. E. BRACEWELL . . .--. Treasurer A. J. GARING- - - - .Faculty Advisor MEMBERS W. H. ALLEN JAMES E. ASHLEY JOHN E. ASHLEY W. E. BELL G. T. BOWERS R. E. BRACEWELL H. C. BURN J. E. CARLSON J. E. CROUCH R. F. FARRAR J. R. HASTINGS H. H. HUTCHINSON S. A. INGRAM J. N. IRELAND R. F. JOHNSON D. G. KENNEDY R. H. KERCE E. W. Kopp R. C. LATSON C. D. MCINTOSH D. W. MOELLER C. E. MORRIS W. E. NEWTON B. H. PACKARD W. H. PALMER G. W. REEVES S. IL. RQSENV'EIG S. L. SCI-ILOSS A. J. SCI-IROEDER J. E. SELLERS R. S. SPFERER S. F. SM1'rH P. L. TOMBAUGH S. R. WALKER P P I Kappa Kappa Psi fraternity is a national honorary musical organization for college bands. Membership is limited to those bandsmen who prove themselves true musicians and who exhibit a genuine interest in the activities of the band, not only by being present at all rehearsals and performances, but by putting forth effort to aid and improve the band. The purpose of the fraternity itself is to help raise the standards of college bands and promote fellowship among the many school bands. First row: row, left to right: ALLEN, BELL, BOWERS, BRACEWELL, BURN .... Second CARLSON, FARRAR, HUTCHINSON, INGRAM, IRELAND .... Third row KENNEDY, KERCE, KOPP, LATSON, MOELLER .... Fourih row: NEWTON, PALMER REEVES, ROSENZWEIG, SCHLOSS .... Fifth row: SCHROEDER, SELLERS, SHERER TOMBAUGH, WALKER. 278 w f f . , 'S' 2 fd? AW ' " is Q ' J Ph1 PS1 IS a natxonal honorary textile fraternity wluch has as its aim the promot1on of better feeling and closer relat1on between ' , ' the textile students, and the strengthenmg of the pos1t1on of the H textile industr Election to this fraternit is limited to a certain . Y' Y percentage of the junior and senior textile students. COOK l MEMBERS P. P. COOK . . President W' M' BONNER . ' O. T BURDEN R. A. HOLT . . . Vice Preszdent T. G. CLAYTON W. M. BONNER . . Secretary P, P, COOK R. L. GILL . . . Treasurer R' T' CUMMING5 R. L. GILL R. A. HoL'r R. F. HORSLEY E. H. LARGEN G. D MALONE D. V. Niasisrrr O. J. ROBERTS E. R. STALL I. M. WEINER D. A. WINTERBOTTOM I' BONNER CLAYTON GILL HORSLEY MALONE NESBITT STALL WEINER 279 1 1 l i V r v I i 1 I 1 l I ELIA PSIl0 IOHNSON E. C. JOHNSON . G. B. WILSON - - H. C. BREARLEY - N. V. MILSAP - . J. E. LOVE - - - S. A. NEWTON- F. B. WENN - - Y .awk i il OFFICERS S 11 ring Fall Pi Delta Epsilon is the honorary journalistic fraternity. Its membership is composed of students 'Who have been outstand- ing on one of the four publication staffs for at least two years. The organization sponsors talks and open discussions so that all members can express their Views concerning the publica- tions. MEMBERS MIM-'SAP H. C. BREARLEY E. F. KING R. P. CLARSON O. E. LIKENS C. J. COOPER J. E. LOVE T. A. CROSSLEY I. B. MILLER B. DAMIOLI N. V. M1'LLsA11 J. F. FISKE S. A. NEWTON - - -Prexizlefzt -Vim Pmmlmt W. H. GLEASON J. D. PEARCE SE,N,etm.y-T,,F,m,,,,,, K. GREENE W. J. PETTYJOHN B. C. HARRELL C. A. ROUSH S. A. INGRAM A. T. TRIMBLE D. R. JOHNSON J. M. WALL - - -P1'erin'e11t Vice Prmidem, E. C. JOHNSON G. P. WHITTLE SW,.,,,,,ry,T,.,,,m,,.,,,, J. G. KENNEDY G. B. WTLSON - Fllflllfjl Acfuixor First row, left to right: BREARLEY, CLARSON, COOPER, CHOSSLEY, DAMIOLI, FISKE, GLEASON, GREENE .... Second row: I-IARRELL, INGRAM, D. R. IOHN- SON, KENNEDY, KING, LIKENS, LOVE, MILLER .... Third row: NEWTON, PEARCE, PETTYJOHN, ROUSH, TRIMBLE, WALL, WHITTLE, WILSON. 280 KERCE R. I-I. KEllCE - C. R. SCHNEIDER P. L. TOMBAUGI-I J. W. HOWELL . D. J. DEITERS . l ' . ' Q .FS I "' ti, f j I ,.. . I I ,... . f' V . Z 'z - .11--:V 1' 5- X ' , ,I Q .5 .,'1.g.'-a..gv -a,..,g . - ."'1i .,.. .- ' lggafv' . "IW ' . '- " 5' 'f 'ef f ,A ,ww V' 5: 2533 , ,,. ,Q ', 3 I I , '- ' -. M" ' M .-.. gt. ,S .. ,.....,.- I Q .. ,,., I.. ix ra. I Q5 V .ff . .V f ., ..... .- .- . 4 . . ' xi: J: ' ' W ..,. 4 . . Z . 'V gt .- . ,I f' , ' 4. .V.11'j.i45... V' 'IV A fizi' IQ..A?3'g ' f ff ,lgfr . ' . fl . wif-' S ' ff' '?:f.fZ:- Y "S ' I ,.:z2' - ' . fr If: W I . Vf- f ' , V-" ' , 5 "f X' ' 5f""Z3 -. 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' , f I A , f, ' 1 'NH 'Si?sa6,2:1?31S:T:Q1. a...:p:V.:::wsmV f " ,. , ., ,.,, . ,, .9 . s V, A-1.1. . A - I..--W vs .21-.mm -V-.-.L-4-4-4-ma--.-I 571 . 'ef-Am First row, left to right: ANDERER, BAKER, BALL, BROOKS, BRUCE, BULL. . . . Second row: BURNETTE, CHOOUETTE, COLEMAN, COX, DAMIOLI, DAVIDSON .... Third row: DEITERS, DuOUESNE, EICHORN, FAWCETT, FREEMAN, FUNSTEN .... Fourth row: GAINES, GUION, HAINLIN, HAMMER- SLA, HAMMILL, HAMRICK .... Fifth row: HEMIvI1NGWA'I, I-IICKS, HOCH- MUTH, HUDSON, HUIE, KELLY .... Sixth Tow: KINCAID, JOINER, JONES, LEWIS, LOVE, MAYSON .... Seventh row: MERSHON, POLLMAN, PRYOR, ROBERTS. SCHNEIDER, SHEETZ .... Eighth row: SPENCER, STELZENMUELLER, R. A: THOMAS, R. M. THOMAS, TOIVIBAUGH. TURNER .... Ninth row: WALKER, WOOLP, ZIEGLER, ZIPPERER. 281 Students. To be eligible for membership a student must not only stand high scholastically in his class, but he must fulfill requirements of character and leadership. J. H. ANDERER R. C. BAKER MEMBERS A. XV. HAINLIN W. E. HA MMERSLA R. C. L. M. POLLMAN PRYOR E. D. BALL F. M. HAMMI.LL J. L. REDFEARN J. L. BETI-IUNE J. T. HANIRICIC O. L. ROBERTS W. A. BROOKS J. R. HASTINGS C. R. SCHNEIDER R. N. BRUCE R. E. I-IIZMMINGWAY XV. E. SCOTT I. S. BULL J. P. HICRS S. O. SI-IIIETZ T. C. BURNETTE M. S. I'IOCHMUTI'I R. E. SPENCER R. F. CHOQUETTE J. NW. PIOWIELL B. E. S1'ELzIzNMuIaLI.ER G. M. COLEMAN R. I-I. HUDSON R. A. THOMAS T. C. COX B. DAMIOLI XV. E. HUIE M. ISELLY R. M. TI-IOMAS P. I.. TOMBAUGII I-I. O. DAVIDSON R. I-I. KERCE T. NV. TURNER D. J. DEITERS C. P. KINCATD S. A. VARGA I. DUQUESNE D. F. EICHORN G. N. FAWCETT R. W. FREEMAN J. B. FUNSTEN XV. M. GAINES W. B. JOINER D. I-I. JONES G. I-I. LENVIS J. E. LOVE K. I-I. Low 5. c. IVTAYSON R. L. XVALKER XV. E. XVHIYIE Ii. XV. NX'OOLI-' W. M. YOUNG J. M. ZIECILER J. J. ZIPI-IQRER R. E. GUION F. E. NIERSHON SCHNEIDER KENNEDY The Ramblin, Reck Club is an organization whose purpose is to keep up school spirit. Members are chosen from the junior and senior classes, and the number is kept small to insure efhciency. During the football season the Recks hold a pep meeting before each game, and the day of the homecoming game sponsor a Ramblin' Reck contest between different organizations on the campus. At the beginning of each school year the Recks give instruction to the incoming freshman on the duties of a rat and on the traditions of Tech. OFFICERS Spring C. R. SCHNEIDER . . President T B. STAIINES . . . Secretary Fall J. G. KENNEDY . H . President J. W. HOWELL F. W. AJAX . . . . . Secretary . Faculty Advisor MEMBERS . F. B. COIINISII - J. W. HOXY'ELL J. G. KENNEDY C. R. SCHNEIDER R. T. DAVIS A. E. JOENS J. E. LOVE T. B. STARNES T. B. ELITE R. F. JOHNSON W. J. PETTYJOHN G. B. WILSON MBLI ' REIIK Cl Pirsi row, left to right: CORNISH, DAVIS, ELITE, HOWELL, IOENS .... Second ww: JOHNSON, LOVE, . PETTYIOHN, STARNES, WILSON. 282 B00-UP Cl Founded in 1915, the Co-Op Club is one of the oldest social clubs on the campus. This year it was reactivated after a three-year lapse during the War years. Its purpose is to promote interest in college activities and to achieve a friendly spirit of cooperation among the students. Its membership is composed of those students in Co-operative Engi- neering Who are outstanding in scholarship, character, and leadership. 'Y-W 2 3 3 WILHELM OFFICERS R. O. XVILI-IELM - ---- President A. L. HOXVARD - - - - Vice Prcxizlmzzf L. M. DIANA- - ---- Secretary W. W. CAINIES - - - - Trc'as11rer MEMBERS J. E. BALDNVIN F. M. KELLEY B. B. BLACKBURN G. L. LANE W. D. BOHANNON F. J. MEADOXV W. W. CAINES G. B. Moons R. C. CAUTI-IoRN L. M. PRYOR L. S. COIVEY R. C. REED E. H. CoivINoToIN O. L. ROBERTS R. T. CUMMINGS C. A. RoIUsH H. D. DEBORDE E. D. RUCRER L. M. DIANA P. R. SI-IAWVER J. K. DILLARD S. O. SI-IEETZ C. E. FANCHER W. H. SMALES J. W. FEAGIN B. E. STELZENMUELLEIK A. M. FIELD F. N. T1-IAYER C. C. HANCOCK R. M. TI-IoMAs G. P. HANLIN R. H. TRIMMER H. N. HEDRICIC R. L. NVALKER J. G. HOLMES A. L. HOWAIKD R. H. HUDSON J. T. HUMME J. E. JONES A. W. VVEIGLE R. O. WILHELM P. C. WILLIAMS I. M. ZEIGLER First row, left to right: BALDVVIN, CAINES, CAUTHORN, COVEY, COVINGTON, De BORDE, . . . Second row: DIANA, DILLARD, FANCHER, FIELD, HANCOCK, HANLIN. HEDHICK, HOVVARD, HUDSON, HUMME, IONES, KELLEY .... Fourth row: LANE, MEADOW, MOORE, PRYOR, . . . Fifth row: ROUSH, RUCKER, SHAWVERH SHEETZ, STELZENMUELLER, Sixth row: THOMAS, TRIMMER, WALKER, WEIGLE, WILLIAMS, . . . Third row: REED, FOBERTS, THAYER, . . . ZEIGLER. MCHUGH OFFICERS XV. P. MCHUGI-I - - - - - Presialcnl T. PLIxxIco . . Vice P1-csideni 3. ph EAVE5 . . . . . . Secrcfury G. W. MATHEWS - - - - Trczzsurcr The T Club is an organization composed of men who have Won letters In one of the major sports here at Tech. It has as its purpose the fostering of school spirit and the increasing of interest in school athletics. G. B. BACKUS F. R. BEALL H. A. BERGMAN S. H. BLACKNVELL A. C. BOWEN J. L. BOWEN W. J. Bkocx G. H. BRODNAX F. R. Bxoyuzs W. E. BUSBIN T. G. CARIIENTER J. E. DANIEL R. T. DAVIS C. E. DOYLE MEMBERS G. W. Mnuzzxvs P. A. DUKE S. P. EAVES J. C. FAULKNER H. D. GAINES XV. R. HEALY W. O. JOHNSOQN J. P. JORDAN R. J. JORDAN J. W. IQILZER A. R. LANSING M. J. LOGAN J. K. Luclc G. W. MANNING NV. J. R. N. A. J- J. P. MCHUGII C. MCINTOSH H. MCKINNEY V. MILLSAP M. MUERTH S. NOLAN W. OLSON W. C. PAXSON J. T. E. R. B. R. PHILLIPS PLAXICO SCHARFSCHXVERDT L. SLATEN E. XVILLIAMS First row, left to right: BACKUS, BERGMAN, BLACKWELL, BOWEN, BRODNAX, BHOYLES, BUSBIN .... 'Second row CARPENTER, DAVIS, DUKE, EAVES, FAULKNER, HEALY, JORDAN .... Third row: KILZER, LANSING, LOGAN, LUCK MATHEWS, MCINTOSH, MCKINNEY .... Fourth row: MILLSAP, MUERTH, PAXSON, PHILLIPS, SHARFSCHWERDT, SLATEN VJILLIAMS. 284 PUBLICATIONS JOHNSON DAMIOLI E. C. JOHNSON B. DAMIOLI . J. G. KENNEDH' W E. PAYSON W. H. GLEASON J. E. LOVE . . S. A. NEWTON jig Terry, Johnson, and Newton look over a proposed layout. THE STAFF . . . . Editor . Business Manager . . Managing Editor . Advertising Manager . . Sports Editor . Assistant Editor . Assistant Editor 286 R. C. IXTCHLEY C. D. Bono E. I-I. BOEKE M. BRADANT D. W. BRAIDWOOD C. F. BRANSON M. L. BRITTAIN M. H. BROUDY D. D. BROWN W. A. BUCHANAN W. H. CAFFEY H. E. CARMICIIAEI. T. I. CARROLL W'. G. Conn W. H. DENNIS L. P. EsTEs J. R. EVANS W. E. EVANS M. J. FIVEI. S. D. FREEMAN W. T. GREENE W. L. HAMMOND T. L. HUTTO T. W. JAY C. H. JERDEN E. D. JEWELL XV. N. JOHNSON I-I. C. JOHNSTON F. G. KING G. Y. KLINEFELTER R. W. MALONE L. H. MAURER H. F. MCCAMISH G. B. MOCK R. MOSCRIP W. E. NEVVTON H. E. PITTMAN M. H. QUATTLEBAUM 4 M. B. GOODMAN J. E. ROBERSON M. E. RUSSELL XV. R. SMITH B. G. STUMIIERG D. W. TERRY N. C. TURNER D. A. VINCENT J. M. WALL R. B. WATSOIN A. NV. WEIGLE J. XVEITNAUER J. R. WILLIFORD F. L. WOLFE C. Q. WRIGI-IT Bl PRI KENNEDY GLEASON LOVE NEWTON PAYSON fri' Q 1 l... w 'A .I . ' . 11, - - , Y J!- , . .-,- I A, fn L J 1 1 Q? if he First row, left to right: ATCHLEY, BOBO, BOEKE, BRABANT, BRAIDVVOOD, BRANSON, BRITTAIN, BROUDY, BROWN, BUCHANAN .... Second row: CAFFEY, CARMICHAEL, CARROLL, COBB, DENNIS, ESTES, FIVEL, FREEMAN, GREENE, HAMMOND ..., Third row: JAY, IEWELL, IERDEI'-I, IOHNSON, JOHNSTON, KING, KLINEFELTER, MALONE, MAURER, MCCAMISH .... Fourth row: MOCK, MOSCRIP, NEWTON, PI'I'TI-IIAIXI, OUATTLE' BAUM, GOODMAN, ROBERSON, RUSSELL, SMITH, STUMBERG .... Fifth row: TERRY, TURNER, VINCENT, WALL, WATSON, VIEIGLE, WEITNAUER. WILLIFORD, WRIGHT, WOLFE. 287 .742 GI EER GREENE IOHNSON INGRAM KERCE MILLER MURRANS THE STAFF K. GREENE . D. R. JOHNSON . . S. A. INORAM . . R. H. KERCE . N. R. MILLER . L. J. MURRANS . . R. C. ATCHLEY W. A. BROOKS I. N. BUNCE W. H. DENNIS D. F. EICHORN R. F. ENGEMAN J. T. FULWILER J. M. GALEY I-I. L. HOLLOLIAN E. C. JOHNSON zsg . Editor, Spring . . . Editor, Fali . . . Business Manager Managing Editor, Spring . Managing Editor, Fall . . Advertising Manager G. E. JONES F. W. LEE W. C. MANN H. J. MASON R. S. MOORE S. A. NEWTON XV. E. NEWTON C. A. ROUSH B. E. STELZENMUELLER Atcbley, johnson, and Miller checking some Imlletins. First row, left to right: ATCHLEIY, BROOKS, BUNCE, DENNIS, EICHORN, ENGEMAN .... Second row: FULVVILER, GALEY, HOLLOMAN IOHNSON, IONES, LEE .... Third row: MANN, MOORE, S. A. IXIEWTON, W. E. NEWNTON, HOUSH, STELZENMUELLER. 289 ...Q 2 I 52:1-A Editor Millsap checks the last issue -with Pearce and Newton. Q THE PAINE iz 1 T . " . f- N' "O hir" 'Q z. -: M:1" ' n af-I-. "1 ' ' ff f' VJ-V ' a..,,,. J R ff- V ...,... . .kim 4.935 . ,E ., .W XS,-. ft fQ,v.,,M gl , -l , t. - MV.- . s . . .f . . .5 ,X .. . ., .N ,, .,, , .. . ww? -Ma . .. Af- V JV :Q X , M. .. ,.,, V ' .Q f M " Q 1 ' fi. 3. :. Q' :sg 'Af . " I g.. .- - V X . E- EJ? ' Xzsaqs A ., 'F - . , . ' 5 V i . '5 1' 1 V f- as X ..fV.i:fV:-VH.: writ e. . .- , B iff :JSE-if Xf,ffiQ,.., 1 ww . E.. , V, - . " F" - . V V fs. ' 1 ' .V ' V O is V- V V ' 535' 'Y' s f 'IA' J 5455! AN. W if-' - ' ffm" RNKY7' 1 . 9' .4 W Y K ' V ff 5' V R' . rs . 592593 ' ' A . V - - . VX .. n NM' .1 S 2. " SY' 'X'-11 ' - E.. 1: K. r. .V A fr ,. :gg - V :V . 5 X 1 ., 2 6 me A -V .- , , . Ea. ..,,.....:., V V 4 -Mn... . L :QL -4 NEWTON CROSSLEY THE STAFF J. O. PA1NE . . - . G. P. XVHITTLE . N V. MILLSAP Editor, Spring . Busiiiess Manager, Spring Editor, Fall I. B. MILLER . S. A. NENVTON T A. CROSSLEY F. L. WOLFE . J. E. LOVE . J. M. WALL . J. D. PEARCE . Business Manager, Fall . Managing Editor . Associate Editor Advertising Manager . . News Editor Sports Editor Feature Editor LOVE PEARCE 290 W. A. BUCHANAN C. J. COOPER D. NW. CUSACK J. F. FISKE R. J. FOX M. B. GOODMAN W. L. FIAIVIMOND B. C. HAIKRELL R. E. HEMMINGNVAY W. L. I'IIRSI-IBERG G. Y. KLINEEELTE11 WALL J. A. KNOELLER R. LURIE J. E. RICHARDSON J. N. ROBINSON L. G. SAWYER H. M. TODD A. T. TRIMBLE I. A. WADLINGTON J. R. XVILLIFORD F. L. WOLFE wc. . A Zeifg gn . 'ss- v ' E x X x X X 1 R Q. ,. .1 X K x X ' l O N fx -. Nwfe S' 'QQ .jg X A B fag? N: if V WOLFE ec niciue WHITTLE MILLSAP MILLER 'QP 2, ,vw First row, left io riqht: BUCHANAN, COOPER, CUSACK, FISKE, FOX, GOODMAN .... Second row: HAMMOIHTD, HARRELL, HEMMINGWAY, HIRSHBERG, KLINEFELTER, KNOELLEH .... Third row: ROBINSON, SAWYER, TODD, TRIMBLE, WADLINGTON, WILLTFORD. 291 IN GR AM X ff fy xg fyffffff Qi fffjifjf ,A 3.0 25 1 K H W V., f QQAWX f f X7 Aff? v Q, Z SQ? 1, ffgfxf ff? ff M 5 2 fqy ,Aja ,, XZA f 3 J K,!!,fff5,f Q , fi N fin il: Neff' ivifwifif. fi. MMI? TV.-12 ww fivfyf y .VH ,, f yfffjffdggiw W 9 . 50 . ,, "-' 521' P E PW ' ,L ai r A if WL, my , fo 13 " f ' f H X 5 , A A f 1 , 9 m s. f . ff Aw" 1, 1 , A f 1 ,. ez .4 ,ff .44 ,Fw ' ' , ff' - 1 Q 2 A ,V ,.s1:- m'5?9f69fsf. , . Q N 5:1 S 4.:,w.fz.w ,iw 4125.5 Q 'v .., , f X T "aif,ffg,f - "4 A 5 W " I A X f2fg'n5.f' , F ' 5 -' .Msifff ,'f.Wi'2TY'-Z ' "fad: VF'-'iff PQ f ' P .f S wwxzzgz .w e . f -, WY up 5, Mug 0 1 4 1 -' r 4 gf wr f. ffgf, pfgy -faq .9 f ...if ? ,. .L M711-.3 . 'V f' ' w ,N I 6 X? V' yf LM f ,Lf 2 f , f f w 'OV' . . A if 42 Nyi gw sy? f , ,ff Z f Mm N M, ff ESU. X Cf Q. N qi, If I ! ff, f f, Ml f i!!f,,jA,,: f . , , , , Z Q fy. KQ V? w ISN., Wffwywj , f , f , , , Q Z ff ZX N? X! If A w gifif fff 7 'Yff . ,, , . f. f if .1 , 'M C34 35, 7 ff 'f ff ' 4 f nw..7f, 3614, ,415 M , ff ff f , fs, f ff, L Q4 ff A XA Q J 6 E 1 W f X P f A Zig f f ffffifff 9? S f f . . ., . . ,. - .V f ., ..m.:wl5P.: 1 w sfwfqfyv 4: J eq .. ,. . 4 -A . , .Mn C W cf S. , . ' R ALEXANDE S. A. INGRANI . -I. E. ALEXANDER T. B. ELFE . . I-I. L. I-IOLLOMAN R. F. RABUN . . R. P. CLARSON . J. T. DENT . M. BRABANT J. I-I. ELSINGJ311 J. R. EVANS T. B. EVANS B. B. ERB B. C. HARRIELL H. S. HO1,TSINGER C. I-I. IERDEN G. LAMBIERT 292 31. The shui Imxily engugvrl in selecting uzaju or the next ixsue. THE STAFF A . . Editor . Business Mzzimger . Mdlldgillg En'iz'01' . Fczzmre Editor Ari Editor fx5SiSfIlIlf Business Nlamzffcr O . AH?l'Ul'fiSiHg' Nftlllflgfl' A. LANIER F. W. LEE J. M. MAAS R. W. MALONE W. C. IVIANN L. H. MAUREIK C. R. PENDLETON S. SILLMAN D. WILSON YEll0 W KET ,f i ,i.,:, Vlvv E ,. , , V 3124 . mrwivriss f"' HMM ' ..,. 4, " HOLLOMAN RABUN LLARSON DENT ELFE .,..,, Q, Q ami - ,Nw-V -,,::3,f1,.? 4 4 .K fi ...K+ m-my-. . A ha X QV f4f29'4 r s ,gxfw Y X jf, Wa 1 4 av 1 '?'x"yA ff 5 PK f 'img 0 1 ' if C .yy , 1 L" ,. '11, I ww 'FWZ ix gf. ' N ..v .- V K - 4? v , ' ,,.-, , I 'Y -:Ly , .' ,f - , .0 ff iw 1: A f , fax-W,-. ' 'g.,i.'l'z1:f--' "FF mi: xx! ISLE: 2. V , ii First row, left to right: BRABANT, ELSINGER, HARRELL, HOLTSINGER, IERDEN Second row LAMBERT, MAAS, MALONE .... Third row: MANN, MAURER, PENDLLTON SIL MAN WILSON. 293 FLDYD FIELD - - G. B. W1I.soN - S. N. GIBSON - - A. H. BAILEY - J. O. PAINE . G. P. WH-IITTLE - EDWARD FOSTER G. C. GRIFFIN - E. C. JOHNSON A. H. BAILEY - N. V. MILLSAP I. B. MILLER - - EDWARD FOSTER I WILSON MILLSAP BLIC TIO BRUNO DAMIOLI- - MEMBERS Spring . . . . . - -Dean of Students . ....... . . Erliior, Blue Print Claairnzan . . - - - .Business Manager, Blue Print . - Faculty Afluiser, Blue Print - - - - - Editor, Technique - - Business Manager, Technique - - Faculty Adviser, Technique Fall- . - - Dean of Students - - - - . - Erliior, Blue Prini . - Business Manager, Blue Print - - - - - Faculty All-uiser, Blue Print - - - - - - - - - -Editor, Technique Chairman . . - - - - Business Manager, Technique - - Faculty Afluiser, Teclmique S. A. INGRAIVI - - ------ Erliior, Yellow jacleei J. E. ALEXANDER - - - - Business Manager, Yellow Iaclaei L. F. ZSUI-'FA - - - . Faculty Adviser, Yellow jacket BDARD DAMIOLI MILLER PAINE ALEXANDER JOHNSON WHITTLE GIBSON INGRAM 294 VIT KYKER SCHNEIDER TURNER CONDURELIS PAULKNER GIANNATTASIO GILLIAM JOHNSON J. R. BAIN L. W. BARNES G. B. BATES G. H. BRODNAX S. G. COINDURELIS C. J. COOPER T. C. Cox R. T. DAVIS J. F. FAULKNER M. GIANNATTASIO S. N. GIBSON J, S. GILLIAM NV. R. HEALY M. S. HOCIIMUTH E. L. HOLCOMB L. W. HOOK S. A. INGRAM A. E. JOENS MEMBERS D. R. JOHNSON E. C. JOHNSON F. M. KELLY D. C. IQYKER J. R. MACPHEIISON NV. L. NIARTINELL G. W. MATHEXVS N. V. MII.LsAP XV. P. MCHUGH J. S. NOLAN J. O. PAINE W. L. QUEEN C. R. SCHNEIDER H. F. SMITH R. F. SWINNIE N. C. TURNER H. XV. WESTBROOK G. B. XVILSON First row, left io right BAIN, BARNES, BRODNAX .... Second IOW: COOPER, COX, DAVIS .... Third row: GIBSON, HEALY, HOCHMUTH 296 E li I The Student Council is the governing body on the Georgia Tech campus. The Council is elected by the student body itselfg each class and group of organizations has representatives on the Council. The purpose of the organization is to represent the student body in all matters affecting student interest, to provide a medium of communication between the students and school authorities, and to preserve the customs and traditions of the school. OFFICERS Spring Summer Fall D. C. KYKER - - v - - P1'esirle11t C. R. SCHNEIDER - - - - Pr'esir1e11t N. C. TURNER - - - - - P1'l?Sifl6'7Zf S. G. COANDURELIS - - . - Vice Prexidcfvzt M. GIANNATTASIO . - - - Srcrelary E. C. joHNsoN - Vice Prfsiflevzt M. GIANNATTASIO' - - - - - Secretary J. S. GILUAM - - - - Secretary E. C. jo-HNsoN - - - - Treasurer J. F. FAULRNER - - - Treamrer First row, left to right: HOLCOMB, INGHAM, IOENS, JOHNSON, KELLY, MCUJPHERSON .... Second rowt MARTINELL, MATHEVJS, MILLSAP, MCHUGH, NOLAN, PAINE .... Third row: QUEEN, SMITH, SWINNIE, WESTBROOK, WILSON, 297 AK' R. C. COMMANDER l Qi OFFICERS Spring I-I, F. SMITH- . - - B. A. P11uu.1a . - - S. N. G1nsoN . - - - - - Fall S. N. GIBSON - - - D. G. C1-IANDLER - - - F. A. PEEDE ------ - - MR. R. C. COMMANDER . . . Top to- bottom: Open house at the HY". of the c rowd at the State YMCA-YXVCA Confer- ence .... The group from Tech. 298 GEURGI The Young! Menis Christian Association strives to- help people in every Way it can. Every student is a member. Every Y.M.C.A. facility is for his benefit and is at his disposal. The "Y" Cabinet, in co-operation :With others, presents a religious and recreational program. Some of its features are Bible Study, Motion Pictures, Vespers, Open I-louse, Deputations, Conferences, Forums, The Wforld Student Service Fund, and the Student Directory. Each student is invited to take a part in the activity in which he is interested. SMITH GIBSON I O I O - - -Presiilvnl - - Vice Prvsizlezll Sl'CTFfHV-jf-Tf!'IlXIl7'Bf - - -Prcxlzlwzt - - Vice Presizlrfnl Svcrr'fury-Trcuszzrm' - Fnmlliy A11-visor ... Part First row, left to right: BRAN SON, BREARLEY .... Seconl POW: BRINKS, D. CHANDLER . . . Third row: D. G. CHAND LER, COOPER .... Fourth IOW CROWELT., DAVIS. P- TECH Y.lVI.C.. ROBERT C. COMMANDER . . General Secretary GLADYS I. HAWES ......... Ojice Secretary BOARD OF DIRECTORS DR. BLAKE R. VAN LEER, Ex Ojicio Alumni Mczfzberx MR. GEORGE WINSHIP, Chairman MR. W. A. ALEXANDEIX Fflczzltjf Members PROF. GLENN W. RAINEY, S6'L'IL'f!H'jJ J. D. ALBRIGHT A. NV. BAKER C. F. BRANSON H. C. BREARLEY J. W. BRINKS D. CHANDLER D. G. CHANDLER C. A. CROWELL O. E. CRUZ L. C. DAVIS F. F. DREssEL W'. L. EDWARDS J. E. FAULKNISR T. W. FINCH M. L. FULLER DEAN GEORGE GRIFFIN At-Large MFlIlI7F1'S DR. LESTER RUMDLE DR. V. S. BROYLES. JR. MR. A. O. WHITE, JR. Sfzzdmi Members D. G. CHANDLER S. N. GIBSON F. A. PEIZDE B. PIIKKLE H. F. SMITH MEMBERS XV. M. GAINIES S. N. GIBSON J. S. GII.I.IAh4 G. L. GLUYAS J. D. GRIFFIN GUACLIDES J. HANCOCK H .I- T . H. HUTCHINSON H. A. JONCEDYK W. W. LAROOHE C. S. LAUBLY R. F. LOWERH' J. R. MARABI.E XV. R. MIXON F. L. IWOORE NV. E. NEWTON F. A. PEEDE B. A. PIRKLE J. PIRKLE R. D. PITMAN C. ROBERTS J. F. ROWAN R. H. RYMER G. G. SCHOOLEY H. F. SMITH E. WILLIAMS B. C. WOLLNER C. A. WONG F. E. WRIGHT Top: The Tech YMCA Building Boilom: Miss Gladys Hawes .9 ,, Fmrst row, Ieft to Tiqht: DOXNNS, DRESSEL, EDWARDS, EZZARD, FAULKNER, FINCH, FULLER, GAINES, GILLIAM, GLUYAS .... Se-cond GUACLIDES, HANCOCK, HARRIS, HARWELL, I-IUTCI-IINSON, IONGEDYK, LCIROCI-IE, LAUBLY, LAUGI-ILII-I .... Thxrd row: LOCRAW, LOWERY, MARABLE, IVICKEE, MIXON, MOORE, NEWTON, PEEDE, PIRKLE .... Fourth row: PITMAN, POWELL, ROBERTS, ROWAN, RYM VJESTBOOK, WILLIS, WOLLNER, WONG. 299 . 2.45, row: GRIFFIN I.ICI-I'I'WAFiD'I' ER, SCI-IOOHZY MER ICAN SSUCI Tl0 0E TEX I I PRISH MEMBERS W. J. BIGGERS C. S. NIAIO O. T. BURUEN D. V. N12sB1T'r T. G. CLAYTON R. T. PAR:-IAM P. P. C0014 W L. I?A'rToN V. FRANCO XV. E. PAYSON I. A. FRISH I-I. PIKE R. L. GILL . L SPRINGS I NV. S. GRoss E H. STALL F. H. CURRY I R. STALL A. D. Homes J. H. WEINSTOCIQ R. A. Hou' B V. XVI-IITE XV. H. INIERSHEIN I1 B. YAKIN E. H. LARGEN C. T. YU XV. D. LIPPMAN First row, left to right: CLAYTON, COOK, FHANCO GILL .... Second row: GROSS, GURRY, IMMERL SHEIIN, LIPPMAN. . . . Third row: MAIO, NESBITT PARHAN, PATTON ..-. Fourth row: PAYSON PIKE, SPRINGS, E. H. STALL .... Fifth row: E. R STALL, WEINSTOCK, YAKIN, YU. TILE URISTS AN CHEMISTS Professional Society for Textile Engineers ' OFFICERS I. A. FRISH . . .... President W. E. PAYSON . , . Recoriiing Secretary PROP. C. A. JONES . . Faculty Advisor 300 MIEIIIIIA I SIII IE III CHEMICAL IE III EERS Professional society fo1'Cfaemical Engineers MEMBERS C. J. ARMSTRONG G. BAIRD J. C. BREWTON C. A. BURDELL G. L. CAMPBELL J. L. CHAPMAN S. H. CII-'IASEN E. H. COVINGTON R. F. COWWLING J. W. CUNNINGHAM L. DANIELS G. DUNN J. J. GLOVER K. GREENE C. HADLOCIQ S. HAINES J. D. HANSELL ' D. O. HATCHEK L. W. HENSLEE D. R. JOHNSON R. P. JONGEDYK T. B. KELLY R. LURIE F. M. MACK LI H. MAURER J. IVICINTOSI-I C. BAC!-IMAN MOORE C. BINEO-RD MOORE C. G. IVIOORE O. NEXVELL S. A. NEXVTON J. B. REID W. C. RICE C. A. ROUSH J. R. SAMPLES R. D. SHELTON H. E. SHEPPARD L. A. SRINNER J. A. SMITH J. E. STEVENS J. P. SYDOXV R. I. TARVER F. N. TI'IAYER P. A. THOMAS J. H. THURMAN J. B. TRUETT P. C. UNDERXVOOD L. B. WHITEHEAD D. L. WORTH G. P. WHITTLE STEVENS GREENE OFFICERS Sjzring J. E. STEVENS - - - - - . - - Presiflent G. P. XVHITTLE - - - Vice President R. F. COWLING- - - - Secretary D. R. JOHNSON - - - - Treasurer Fall K. GREENE- - - - - - - - Presizlcrzt D. R. JOHNSON - - - Vice President E. C. HRXDLOCK - - - - - Secretary J. C. BREXVTON- - - - Trmmrer DR. J. C. MASON - - - . Faculty Aclviscr . X.: T-.I"W'f' ... I I I II f I 135 I . I. f v. , . I First row, left io right: ARMSTRONG, BAIRD, BREWTON, BURDELL, CAMPBELL, CHAPMAN, CHASEN, COVINGTON, COWLING, DANIELS .... Second row HADLOCK, HANSELL, HENSLEE, JOHNSON, JONGEDYK, KELLY, LURIE, MACK, MAURER, MCINTOSH .... Third row: C. BACI-IMAN MOORE, C. BINFORD MOORE, C. G. MOORE, NEWELL, NEWTON, REID, ROUSH, SAMPLES, SHELTON, SHEPPARD .... Fourth row: SKINNER, SMITH, SYDOW, THAYER, THOMAS TRUETT, WHITEHEAD, WORTH, WHITTLE. 301 I rl 1 W f x ' I AMER ICAN I STIT TE 0E ELECTRIC l E GI EERS P1'0fessi01zalS0ciety for Electrical Bngimm DILLAHD OFFICERS Spring J. K. DILLARD . - ----- . - - President N- C- TURNER' - Vice Prc'sirz'e11t W. G. WALLACE - . . . Secretary T. C. SHEPARD - - - - - Trcasurvv Full J. K. DILLARD - - - - . - - Prexirlcfzi N. C. TURNER - - Vice P1'C'SiIl'E11f W. VE. NEWTON - . - - Secretary R. C. LATSON .... . . Treaswer PROF. H. B. DULING - - . -Fzrrzzlty Advisor L. S. ACUEE R. C. ASHE P. A. BENSON J. L. BELLAMY M. B. BLACKWELL A. BLAIR E. T. BLANTON Z. T. BRASWELL H. C. BREARLEY W. J. BROCK V. K. BUCK F. J. CAMPA A. B. CAPRARA N. F. CHARLAND R. E. COFFEE S. G. CONDURELIS J. M. COX R. T. DAVIS H. F. DECOURT J. K. DILLARD M. R. DONALDSON C. L. FEISS J. D. GARRETT M. GIANNATTASIO G. F. HILL I. E. HIRSHBURG E. M. HOLTSINCER H. H. HOXVELL H. H. HUDLOW ' MEMBERS J. J. INGRAM A. B. JACKSON J. JAWITZ B. R. JOHNSON E. C. JOHNSON P. H. KECKLEY R. S. KELLEY D. C. KYKER R. C. LATSOIN F. W. LEITNER H. W. LITTLE J. L. MARTIN W. B. MARTIN J. E. MAYES M. J. MCCANN A. E. MEACI-TER W. G. MERRITT W. R. MILLER W. R. MTXON C. E. MORRIS W. I-I. MORRISON G. S. MOSHKOEF E. M. MOUNT L. J. MURRANS J. T. NESSMITI-I W. E. NEWTON E. L. PARKER W. J. PETTYJOIEIN M. D. PRINCE J. C. RAY G. W. REEVE5 T. A. RIVERS J. ROVIRA J. T. R0'WAN E. D. RUCKER J. J. SAI-ILBERG J. E. SANDERS J. E. SELLERS T. C. SHEPARD F. W. SMITH L. H. SMITI-I F. E. STRICKLAND E. A. TAYLOR R. H. TRIMMER N. C. TURNER H. H. UGALDE R. W. VAN LANDINGHAM B. J. C. WALLACE F. WALTER R. R. WARREN C. N. WI-IITMTRE R. S. WILLIAMS H. D. WILLIS G. B. WILSON H. H. WOELTJEN W. G. WOFFORD F. H. WOODRUFF First row, left to right: ACUEE, ASHE, BENSON, BELLAMY, BLACKWELL, BLAIR, BRASWELL, BREARLEY, BROCK, EE. . . . Second row: CONDURELIS, COX, DAVIS, RECOURT, DONALDSON, PEISS,GARRETT,GIANNATTASIO,HILL,CHlJEiAg,ElEUgC2AP1FI.2.D1?fxgBLl?HI-EXlJ:ilgHIA?AONXlV'IIEZICGBFAM. . . , Third ww. IACKSON, IAWITZ, B. R, JOHNSON, E. C. JOHNSON, KELLEY, KYKER, LATSON, LEITNER, LITTLE, .I L, MARTIN W, B, MARTIN MAYES MCCANN .... Fourth ww: MERRITT, MILLER, MIXON, MORRIS, MORRISON, MOSHKOFF, MURRANS, NESSMITH, NEWTON PARKER PETTYIOHN' PRINCE RAY .... Fifth row: REEVES. RIVERS, HOVIRA, ROWAN, RUCKER. SAHLBERG, SANDERS, SELLERS, SHEPARD, E. W. SMITH L H SMITH TAYLOR 'TRIMMER SIXIR ww. TURNER,, UGALDE, VAN LANDINCHAM, WALLACE, WALTER, WARREN, WHITMIRE, WILLIAMS, WILLIS, WILSON, WOFFORD, VVOODRUFF 302 I I sl fig .mf 4,552 J' . f ' ' J. B. ABBOTT J. H. ADERHOLD P. C. ANASON F. L. ANDERSON A. ANDREWS R. L. BAILEY B. BADLATO H. M. BARNUM N. J. BLEORMANN L. BLEARLEY B. L. BORUP G. W. BURKE D. T. CALLAI-IAN G. N. CAHILL R. L. CASEY J. E. CHAPMAN R. L. CHAPMAN M. G. COBB J. E. COOGAN S. B. Cox R. L. CRISP L. B. CROORS G. E. CROUCH H. W. DEONAN D. A. DELUGACH G. P. EAST P. I. EMMER B. D. EVANS R. T. FELKNOR E. R. Foss E. T. FOWLER D. M. FRENCH J. M. GALEY J. T. GAY A. T. GIBBONS J. A. GILLESPIE W. H. GOOBLOSE J. E. HAGAN E. B. HARWELL .sf I 4 sf f ln! ffff -Q6 211031 ,, fzjffgl, - fa.: 7' yy? 47 Z, fgviiy KW AV .ASQ 6547 9 5 .5 I.: 41,22 ff f m ff' f A .4 T jf z ff! WW 790 RE, 'Er .'.. Q I -v 99 Y a 7 MEIIIIIA SIIIIIEIY IIF IIIVII E GI E Pr0fc'ssi0nal'Society for Civil Engineer. MEMBERS G. J. I-IAWRINS J. E. HEATHERLY J. E. HENNESSY H. R. HENRY D. E. HERLIHY T. C. HERNDON M. S. HINES M. E. HOFFMAN W. HOLLINGSWORTI-I W. H. A. HURP M. JAFFE A. E. JOENS R. A. JONES T. L. JONES J. J. KELLY J. S. KENDALL G. H. KENDLEY E. P. KENNY T. H. KENTON R. B. KERCE L. H. KLOSTERMAN D. G. LATTIMORE B. T. LAWING O. E. LIKENS W. L. LOCKWOOD E. C. LONG J. E. LUCAS D. N. MCLEMORE J. C. MACLIN C. A. MARMELSTEIN W. R. MARTIN T. J. MASLEY J. E. MATI-IEWS F. J. MEADOW W. MERONER W. C. MERRIMAN J. M. MICHAELS B. 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Fifth row: LOCKWOOD, LONG, LUCAS, MACLIN, MARMELSTEIN, MARTIN, MASLEY, MEADOW, MERGNER, MICHAELS, MICKEL, MOELLER, MOORE .... Sixth row: MOO YOUNG, NOVACK, PERRY, PILCH, SAMFORD, SEWELL, SPARKS, SWARTHOUT, TUDEEN, VANDERI-IOOF, VOLLRATH, WALKER,. WEAVER .... Seventh row: WILI-IELM, WILHOIT, I. L. WILLIAMS, P. C. WILLIAMS, W. B. WILLIAMS, WILSON, WISE, WOOD, YOSICK. UI 303 Y. .1 3 av ,vw l e .7 SCHNEIDER DEITERS C. R. SCHNEIDER W. E. SCOTT - - T. W. TURNER - D. J. DEITERS - J. L. BETHUNE S. O. SHEETZ ---- DR. R. L. SWEIGERT - OFFICERS S pfing Fall - - -President - -Vice President Secretary-T1'easu1'er - - - -Presirleui - - Vice President Secretary-Treasurer - Facully Advisor AMERICAN SCCIIEIY CF MECHANIC l ENCI EERS Professional Saaaafy for Mechanical Engineers MEMBERS . W. FLEMINC . R. FOSTER W. A. FOWLER R. W. FREEMAN J. B. FUNSTEN W. M. GAINES R. E. GRETZINCER W. L. GRISSOM, JR. R. E. GUIO-N F. G. HAIGI-I A. W. HAINLIN G T C. S. ALLEN M. B. ARGUDIN E. B. ARMSTRONG G. BACHMAN E. D. BALL J. L. BETHUME, JR. W. D. B01-IANNON R. E. BRACEWELL R. N. BRUCE E. W. BRYAN, JR. I. S. BULL, JR. T. C. BURNETTE W. E. BUSEIN J. D. R. M. G. J. F. T. D. H. D. D. W F. F. L. W G. J. L. CARSWELL J. CHAPMAN F. CHOQUETTE I. CLEVELAND M. COLEMAN E. COLLINS P. CORNISH C. Cox J. CRAWLEY O. DAVIDSON, JR J. DEITERS F. DELO'NG . H. DENNIS J. DESOMOND, JR G. DOAR DUQUESNE . EHIRENSPERGER FAUCETTE F. FISRE, JR. W. HAMMERSLA, JR F. M. HAMMILL J. T. HAMRICR G. P. HANLIN J. K. HANCOCK H. N. I-IEDRICR A. HEIDLER J. P. HICRS W. D. HII.L M. S. HOCHMUTH A. HOLLANDER . A. O. HOLLIS J. G. HOLMES H. L. HORTON F. V. Hoss . A. L. HOWARD, JR. W J. . HOWELL R. H. HUDSON, JR. W. E. HUIE J. T. HUMME J. W. HUNTER G. R. HURT W. F. JEMISON D. R. JOHNSON E. C. JOHNSON R. F. JOHNSON A. H. JONES J. W. KECK, JR. R. H. KERCE W. H. KILCORE C. P. KINCAID G. L. LANE, JR. R. A. LENNON F. J. LINKOUS J. E. LO-vE A. C. LOW H. D. MAULDXN H. M. MCWHORTER I. B. MILLER F. B. MOFFETT J. MOSES W. F. MURRAY J. F. OVERSTREET C. H. PARKS R. S. PASCHAL, JR. F. A. PIVIDAL R. C. POLLMAN F. H. PO-ND M. A. RASCO J. L. REDEEARN E. R. RENCHER O. L. ROBERTS G. H. ROBERTSON W. F. ROCHE C. E. SALTER, JR. W. E. SCOTT C. R. SCHNEIDER A. J. SCHROEDER S. O. SHEETZ S. H. SIMMONS R. E. SPENCER W. S. SPOTSWOOD B. STELZENMUELLER C. SUMMERS T. T. TALLEY W. A. TEWES R A. THOMAS R M. THOMAS T. W. TURNER G L. THOMPSON P. L. TOMBAUGH R E. TOWELL R I. UHL C. F. WALKER R R. WARNOCK A C. WATSON J. H. WATSON A W. WEIGLE R A. WPHTE C A. WONG E. W. WOOLD C A. WYNN J. M. ZEIOLER J. J. ZIPPERER First row, left to right: ALLEN, ARGUDIN, ARMSTRONG, BACHMAN, BALL, BRACEWELL, BRUCE, BRYAN, BULL, BURNETTE, BUSBIN, CARSWELL, CHO- OUETTE, CLEVELAND, COLEMAN, COLLINS, CORNISH .... Second row: COX, CRAWLEY, DAVIDSON, DENNIS, DESMOND, DOAR, DuOUESNE, EHREN- SPERGER, FAWCETTE, FISKE, FLEMING, FREEMAN, FUNSTEN, GAINES, GRETZINGER, GRISSOM, GUION .... Third row: HAIGH, HAINLIN, HAMMERSLA, HAMMILL, HAMRICK, HANLIN, HEDRICK, HICKS, HILL, HOCI-IMUTH, HOLLANDER, I-IORTON, HOSS, HOWARD, HOWELL, HUDSON, HUIE .... Fourth row: HUMME, HURT, JEMISON, D. R. JOHNSON, E. C. JOHNSON, R. F. JOHNSON, JONES, KECK, KERCE, KINCAID, LANE, LOVE, MAULDIN, MCWHORTER, MILLER, MOPFETT, MOSES .... Fifth row: MURRAY, OVERSTREET, PARKS, PASCHAL, PIVIDAL, POLLMAN, PASCO, RENCHER, ROBERTS, ROBERTSON, SALTER, SCHROEDER, SHEETZ, SPENCER, SPOTSWOOD, STELZENMUELLER, SUMMERS .... Sixth I-OW: TALLEY, TEWES, R. A. THOMAS, R. M. THOMAS, THOMPSON, TOMBAUGH, TURNER, UHL, WARNOCK, A. C. WATSON, I. H. WATSON, WEIGLE, WHITE, WONG, WYNN, ZEIGLER, ZIPPERER. 304 vw W. T. ARNO I. BASHINSKI G. BEAUDRY BLECKLEY H. Bo-ERE C. BRADHAM H. BUCHALTER I. CARROLL C. COLLY J. COOPER H. CRAWLEY A. CROWELL DARBY C. L. E. A. I. T. H. C. L. C. L. H. DODSOVN W. G. DUNN E. K. ERVIN R. J. Fox W. M. GAINES J. D. GARRETT A. I. GOLDBERG M. B. GOODMAN W. S. GRoss C. J. National Service Fifaternity P. H. F. P. G. W MEMBERS D. HALL A. HAMRICK E. HANKINSON W. HARPER B. HAWTHORNE . D. HEASLEY XV. L. IMERSHEIN J. W F. R. J. C. H. D. J. R. .W. C. JAWITZ . N. JOHNSON L. JONES P. JONGEDYK H. LAUGHLIN I. LEONARD W. LITTLE W. MADER L. MARTIN MAXWELL MCPHERSO'N K. G. H. MITCHELL A. D. V. MOORE V F. R. L. MOORE MOSCRIP R. J. J. T. PARHAM T. POPLIN E. ROBERSON R. RONEY M E. . H. SCHINDLER A. SCHWALL G. S. SELLERS I-I. F. SMITH STURROCK G. STUMBERG J. TAYLOR J. B. B. W. A. THOMAS C. L. TILLSTROM H. B. TUCKER T. NV. TURNER I. A. WADLINGTON B. S. XVARSHAW J. T. WIDENER F. B. WIGGINS F. L. WOLF B. WOLLINGER F. E. WRIGHT W. J. YOPP HALL OFFICERS Spring P. D. HALL V - W. GAINES- - - M. I-I. SCHINDLER- ' H.' F. SMITH- - Fall C. A. CROXVELL- - - - J. T. HAMRICK - V J. S. GILLIAM - D. W. MADER ----- MR. R. C. COMMANDER - - y ,.,. ? 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First row, left to right: ARNO, BASHINSKI, BEAUDRY, BLECKLEY, BOEKE, BUCHALTER CARROLL COLLY COOPER DARBY, DODSON, DUNN. . . . Second row: ERVIN, FOX, GAINES, GARRETT, GOLDBERG, GOODMAN, GROSS, HANKINSON, HARPER, HAWTHORNE, I-IEA , .... : IAWITZ, JOHNSON, IONES, LAUGHLIN, LITTLE, MADER, MARTIN, MAXWELL, MCPI-IERSON, MITCHELL, A. D. V. MOORE, F. L. MOORE .... Fourth row: MOSCRIP, PART-IAM, POPLIN, ROBERSON, ROONEY, SCI-IWALL, SELLERS, SMITH, STUMBERG, TAYLOR, THOMAS, TILLSTROM .... Fifth row: TUCKER, TURNER, WADLINGTON, WARSHAW, WIDENER, WIGGINS, WOLF, YOPP. 305 SLEY IMMERSHEIN Third row PIISI S THOMPSON MEMBERS M. R. ANDERSON C. C. BAKER XV. T. BASSETT H. E. BEATTY W. E. BELL M. L. BLAIQELY NV. H. CHAPMAN T. V. CLARK W. G. COBB W. T. EDISON S. M. GORE J. R. HALL H. R. HENRY Z. A. HENRY R. H. MAURER W. H. MCTEER R. C. MUSICK C. J. O,REAR H. G. PATTILLO G. S. HOWELL A. M. RAYFIELD J. J. SAHLBERG NV. F. SMITH A. J. STRICKLAND J. T. THOMPSON W. G. TRAWICK C. G. WHITE E. J. WILLIAMS C. A. WONG First row, left to right: ANDERSON, BEATTY, BELL, COBB .... Second row: HALL, H. R. HENRY, Z. A HENRY, MAURER .... Third row: MCTEER, O'REAR, PATTILLO, POWELL .... Fourth row: RAYFIELD, SAHLBERG, STRICKLAND, TRAWICK .... Fifth row WHITE, WILLIAMS, WONG. IDE UNIO W. F. SPRING . W. I-I. MCTEER . S. L. CHAPMAN J. T. THOMPSON R. C. MUSICR , S. M. GORE . C. A. WONG . I OFFICERS S ,bring Fall . . P1'9Xifl'61'lIf Vice President . Secretary-Treasurer . . President Vice President . . Secretary . Treasurer 306 . .RBRITT I DEB TI SUCIETY W. A. STRINGFELLOW E. R. Foss . . . S. A. NEWTON . D. W. MADER . S. A. NEWTON . A. B. FRISCIA . . PROP. E. H. FOLK . PROF. G. W. RAINEY P. V. ANDREAE R. F. BELL R. L. BLYT1-I C. D. Bono A. N. Borssv A. M. BORR I. M. CITRON J. E. COBB OFFICERS Spring Fall J. M. CRAWFORD C. L. DARBY R. L. DAY R. F. FARRAR E. R. Foss A. B. FRISCIA J. A. GILLESPIE W. H. GLEASON . . Presiclerzzf . Vice President Secretary-Treasrlrer . . President . Vice Presia'er1zf Secretary-Treasurer . Faculty Advisor . Faculty Advisor MEMBERS P. G. HARRIS G. J. HAWRINS L. C. Homss G. R. HURT J. G. KENNEDY M. KOPLIN A. LANIER D. XV. MADER STRINGFELLOW MADER C. M. MAGARIAN E. MCDANIEL . MOSCRIP S. A. NEWTON W. R. ROONEY T. C. SHEPARD L. K. SMITH M. S. STEINBERG J. R W. A. STRINGFELLOW NV. M. TAYLOR J. H. WALLIS D. A. WESTON H. H. WILLIS B. C. WOLLNER i First row, left lo right: ANDREAE, BELL, BOBO, BOISSY, BORK, CITRON, COBB, CRAWFORD .... Second row: DARBY, DAY, FARRAR, FOSS, FRISCIA GILIES PIE, GLEASON, HARRIS .... Third row: HAWKINS, I-IOBBS, HURT, KENNEDY, KOPLIN, MCDANIEL, MOSCRIP, NEWTON .... Fourth row: ROONEY SHEPARD SMITH, STEINBERG, TAYLOR, WALLIS, WILLIS, WOLLNER. 307 FLOWERS MORROW OFFICERS Spring A. H. FLOWERS . . - - - - Presirlent A. BLAIR ---- - - Secretary N KIRKMAN- - - -T1'easu1'er Fall R. K. MO'RROW - - - . President H M. GILPIN - - Vice President S. L. CHAPMAN - . - - Secretary W. H. FOLWELL ---- . - - - Treasurer MR. XVALTER HERBERT- - - -Furulty Advisor R. J. BALEOUR N H. BELLOCCI-II A. BLAIR BLAKELY H. BLANTO-N C. BLYTHWOOD T. CALLAI-IAN L. CARTER L. CHAPMAN P. CLARSON L. COOLEY T. COSTELLO W. C. COWART W. C. CRUTCHER G. DAVENPORT M. DIANA W. DYKES H. FLOWERS H. FOLWELL L. GARRETT M. GILPIN C. P. GLEASON MEMBERS T. H. GREEN J. D. GRIFFIN R. H. HALL J. B. HATCH G. B. HAWTHO'RNE E. B. HONEYCUTT J. A. HUDSO'N H. H. HUTCHINSON W. I. JAMES W. N. JOHNSON P. H. KECKLEY C. L. KING H. N. KIRRMAN W. W. LORD R. T. MARLAR R. H. MAURER E. P. MAXIM B. T. MCCLELLAND D. E. MCCULLOUGH R. V. MCNEILL W. C. MCPHERSON D. MERRY H. J. MILLS O. M. MORRIS R. K. MORROW J. R. OWENBY M. W. PAQUETTE D. R. PATCH G. K. PO-WELL L. F. POWELL E. R. RAMSEY E. L. ROBERTS G. B. STMMIONS V. J. SMITH E. M. STEPHENSON P. J. SULLIVAN V. C. THOMPSON C. C. TOMLIN H. B. TUCKER J. R. WALTERS A. G. WELLS H. W. WESTEROOR C. A. WONG W. J. YOPP First row, left to right: BALFOUR, BELLOCCHI, BLAIR, BLANTON, CALLAHAN, CARTER, CHAPMAN, CLARSON, COOLEY, COSTELLO, COWART, . . Second row: CRUTCHER, DAVENPORT, DIANA, FOLWELL, GARRETT, GILPIN, GLEASON, GREEN, GRIFFIN, HAWTHORNE, HONEYCUTT .... Third IOW: HUDSON HUTCHINSON, JAMES, IOHNSON, KING, KIRKMAN, LORD, MAHLAR, MAURER, MCCLELLAND, MCNEILL .... Fourth row: MCPHERSON, MILLS, MORRIS OWENBY, PAOUETTE, PATCH, POWELL, RAMSEY, ROBERTS, SIMMIONS, SMITH .... Fifth row: STEPHENSON, SULLIVAN, THOMPSON, TOMLIN, TUCKER WELLS, WESTBROOK, WONG, YOPP. ia fs .Vi A -1. 2.1 . R . I SIII IE 0E IHE ERUNAUHC I S Professional Society for Aeronanzfical Engineers G. B. AMERY W. A. ANDREWS B. ARENQESRY J. R. BAIN' H. E. BEATTY M. BEILOCK J. H. BEST J. C. BOSTON M. S. CANY E. C. CATES, JR. D. D. CLARK T. L. COLEMAN P. E. CULBERTSON H. DARTEORD M. W. DAVIS L. E. DAY D. E. DUEFOVRD D. DURST J. F. FAULKNER O. O. FORESTER, JR. R. E. GEISINGER H. C. GLOTFELTER C. H. GREEN, JR. P. D. HALL ,.,5,M . f... . A "n . , . ,.--. . H... . , ,,.,, , ff . 1-1 Q nfs, f A, 5 5 EQ., gg ea , X J A v f we 1 f f 5 1 f 425: f " 9 Q R ff me f 'f ' ' A R il . A ,XA ?irQ'f' 5 e 1 A ' 'I . ,..-.N-Q. X,? .G:?fQg'f ' v .-u Ie:gv:sqE..ea:eg: - ,c - '1., , v,..f,',. STR WE n I A ,.... LII AI ,f ' 6 Se, ,I 'Q 4 , , ai , . X I W.. X IE CES .-.A MEMBERS W. I. HARING C. W. MILLER R. H. HARRIS N. R. MILLER P. G. HASSELL, JR. E. E. NOVOTNY S. W. GIBSON B. H. PACKARD J. P. GRETHEN, JR. D. R. PATCH J. A. HENRY C. R. PENDLETON K. E. HOLLY ' A. G. RAINEY H. A. HUNTER L. A. RAMOS, JR. A. H. JAcKsoN R. A. ROBINSON C. H. JONES R. E. ROLFE F. S. KEY F. G. SANFORD GREEN RAMOS T. J. KING, JR. M. H. SCHINDLER A. L. LANG, JR. H. A. SCHMIDT A. F. LATTA A. SMAILER G B L OFFICERS . . EVINE R. R. STEPHENS B. H. LITTLE, JR. J. P. STURROCK W. J. LOESER R. F. SWINNIE Spring R. H. LOMAN A. L. VALLADARES ' E. S. LOVE T. A- VOGEL C. H. GREEN - - - - - - - - - Premient E. E. MCBRIDE D. P. WALKER D. E. DAY - - - - Vice President R. J. MACDONNELL J. W. WALLACE T, A, VOGEL . . . . . Sepretgry J. R. MACPHERSON E. W. WALLER R R STEPHENS Trmmrer F. H. MATTESON J. B. WHITTEN ' ' B. MAZELSKY ' B. C. Wo-LLNER R. L. WYATT Fall L. A. RAMos - - - - - President T. A. VOGEL - - - - Vice President H. A. HUNTER - - - - - Secretary C. R. PENDLETON. . . . . Treasurer PROF. A. Y. POPE - - - - Fnenlty Advisor . Q: ,:gVC'Q' A f nj, !.V.,,,:,,,, . 5 . ,,.v ,. .V A . Vi Ai J. , e w w... 1..g,f.yr:.,, :3,5iF"f . K, ' " V 1:1112-V,' 3 ' ,.-.. . ' ' - ,.., ., ...' C 'V ' "" V , ,- 'X . ' f J, "" . -, V my li m!! " , 72.-'AQ' ' - V ff Vfa!x:' V214-flf V H:-:'4::,.. 'ifev " f2'f.:i.,- ' V.: wit.. -A,,.e:f:r' ..-'f--'9g? 1., V- . .' --'- . " V A . ,22 4 ' I ., ,,.. V " -, ' V I A f I W , .X . . I ll , K .- . .. f V "' A. 4 ' ., , eggs.-54 f gr . V -' QM., " . . V , 354.5 V.: ,, , ,QV 5' V ' QV 7 ' . f- ,V-ffV 1i:1.f '. '2 2 ' f.. .- , V. 'K' , 3' :,.:g VV f 'egg , V. . . ' -' , . ' 'VV'- ' 5 V' ' H .V..- E V ' . .,,. f . ..... 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Third row: HUNTER, IACK- SON, KING, LATTA, LEVINE, LITTLE, LOMAN, LOVE, MQCDONNELL, MQCPHERSON, MATTESON, MAZELSKY .... Fourih row: MCBRIDE, C. W. MILLER, N. R. MILLER, NOVOTNY, PATCH, PENDLETON, RAINEY, ROLFE, SANFORD, SCHINDLER, SCHMIDT, SMAILER .... Fifth row: STEPHENS, SWINNIE, VALLA- DARES, VOGEL, WALKER, WALLACE, WALLER, WOLLNER, WYATT. 309 SIII IIE UF DIO GI EERS A k Professional Society for Radio Engineers MEMBERS M. R. ANDERSON U. S. ANDERSON W. B. AYERS G. C. I. B. HAWTHORNE W. HENDRIX E. HIRSHBURG E. L. PARKER L. E. PASCI-IAL R. J. PETRINA R. L. BARFIELD L. C. HOBBS W. H. PITTARD D. L. BARKER N. W. HOCKING H. E. PITTMAN O. H. BARTLETT B. S. HO'WLNGTON W. H. PLAYER J. L. BETTS D. K. HUMPHREY T. POTESRY W. L. BEAT L. O. HUNTER M. D. PRINCE C. L. BECKMAN J. J. INGRAM J. RATCLIFFE W. J. BELL J. A. JEFFERS H. D. RAYNES P. A. BENSON E. C. JOHNSON G. T. RICE R. L. BILLS E. L. JOHNSON T. A. RIVERS PRINCE NEWTON R. H. BILLINGS S. J. KUBITSKY J. E. ROBERSON B. B. BLACRBURN D. C. KYKER J. N. ROBINSON H. C. BREARLY R. C. LATSON W. T. RUTI-IERFORD F. L. BUTLER L. C. LEIFER R. H. RYMER OFFICERS C. W. CALVIN S. P. LENOIR J. E. SANDERS H. E. CARMICHAEL M. W. LONG M. SCI-IIFEMAN Slffiffg R. C. CARTER R. E. LOWRANCE M. STACY , S. G. CONDURELIS D. W. MADER E. C. TRANIMELL M' D' PRINCE' ' "" ' ' 'Pnwdmt J. K. DILLARD A. H. MCCLESKEY J. W. TYSINGER H- O- FOSTER - ' - A - - Viff' Pfffidfflf M. R. DOINALDSON M. B. MCCOY R. H. VENABLE R. L. DOUGI-IERTY W. D. MCCUEN R. R. WARREN Fall W. S. EANES M. H. MOONEY J. D. WATT L. C. EMMERSON C. E. MORRIS R. B. WEINTRAUB W, E, NEWTON . . . . . . . Pygyiflgni C. L. FEISS R. C. MORRISON J. D. WILLIS , , , I - , ' M. J. FIVEL L. J. MURRANS M. J. WILLNER D' W' MADER Vice Plmdent H. O. FOSTER A. W. MUSE S. W. WILSON J' K' DILLARD ' ' ' ' ' Sf'C"da"3' W. L. FULTON J. T. NESSMITI-I C. E. WINN R- C- LATSON ""' "" T 'f'f'f7Wf" H. L. GREENE W. E. NEWTON C. B. YOUNG PRO-E. M. A. HONNELL- - - - Faculty Advisor R. A. HARRISON A First row, left IO right: M. R. ANDERSON, U. S. ANDERSON, AYERS, BARTLETT, BATTS, BEAT, BELL, BENSON, BILLINGS, BREARLEY, BUTLER, CALVIN .... Second row: CARMICHAEL, CARTER, CONDURELIS, DILLARD, DONALDSON, DOUGHERTY, EANES, FEISS, FIVEL, FULTON, GREENE, HARRISON .... Third row: HAWTHORNE, HIRSHBURG, I-IOBBS, I-IOCKING, HOWINGTON, HUMPHREY, HUNTER, INGRAM, IEFFERS, E. C. JOHNSON, E. I.. JOHNSON, KUBITSKY. . Fourth row: KYKER, LATSON, LEIPER, LOWRANCE, MADER, MCCLESKEY, MCCOY, MOONEY, MORRIS, MORRISON, MURRANS, MUSE .... Fifth row: NESSMITI-I, PARKER, PASCHAL, PITTARD, PITTMAN, RATCLIFFE, RAYNES, RICE, RIVERS, ROBERSON, ROBINSON, RUTI-IERFORD .... Sixth row: RYMER, SANDERS, SCHIFFMAN, TRAMMELL, TYSINGER, WARREN, WATT, WEINTRAUB, WILLIS, WILLNER, W'INN, YOUNG. " 310 TERNATIO A REL TIO Cl R. F. BELL M. BRABANT I. H. BUCI-IALTER I. N. BUNCE J. C. CI-IANDLER C. J. COOPER R. F. COWLING B. DAMIOLI J. D. DELERIDGE W. H. DENNIS G. N. FAWCETT A. B. FRISCIA L. H. GARY H. W. GEHRING S. N. GIBSON NV. H. GLEASON M. B. GOODMAN P. G. HARRIS P. G. HASELL E. C. HULSEY S. A. INGRAM J. O. JACKSON T. W. JAY MEMBERS E. C. JOHNSON J. G. KENNEDY W. W. LAROCHE F. LASTRA W. L. LOCKWOOD J. E. LOVE E. S. MANN G. R. MENDE W. R. MIxoN W. J. PETTYJOI-IN J. E. ROBERSON E. A. J. SCHROEDEII C. R. SCHNEIDER S. W. SOBEL D. B. STEINAU J. E. STEVENS P. A. THOMAS L. A. THOMPSON S. R. WALKER R. B. WATSON A. A. WICKLIFFE H. W. WOODI-IAM C. T. YU GIBSON GEI-IRING S. N. GIBSON - S. A. NEWTON - R. F. COWLING H. W. GEI-IRING C. J. COOPER - S. A. NEWTON - OFFICERS Spring Fall PROP. J. B. HAIIRINGTON - . - - -President - - Vice Pr'c'sia'c1zt Srcrelnry-Treasurm' - - -Presiclcfzt - - Vice Presirleni Sec1'elm'3J-Trc'r1x1Lrm' - Faculty Advisor Fxrst row left to right: BELL, BRABANT, BUCHALTER, BUNCE, CHANDLER, COOPER, COWLING, DAMIOLI, DENNIS, FAWCETT .... Second row: FRISCIA, GARY GLEASON, GOODMAN, HARRIS, I-IASELL, I-IULSEY, INGRAM, JAY, JOHNSON .... Thud row: KENNEDY, LOROCHE, LASTRA, LOCKWOOD, LOVE, MENDE MIXON, NEWTON, PETTYIOHN, ROBERSON .... Fourth row: SOBEL, STEINAU, STEVENS, THOMAS, THOMPSON, WALKER, WATSON, WICKLIFFE, WOODHAN YU. 311 MORRIS D'ONOFRIO C. E. MO'RRIS- J. F. ROWAN- J. A. FRAZEL . D. J. DEITER5 - P. H. D,ONOFRIO H. XV. DEGNAN H. F. CIFIARLAND J. F. ROWAN - MR. L. F. ZSUFFA OFFICERS S pring Fall . . .Prexizleul - -Vire President - - -Secretary . . Treasurer . . . President - Vice President - - - Secretary - - - Treasurer Faculty Advisor A l L. J. ANNARATONE . APONTE . F. BEIRNE . BENITEZ W. V. BENNETT R. BEIITRAM C. BILLINGS J. CADOEIN B. CAPIIARA R. CHENSEE J. CLEARY S. CUMMINGS J. CURTIS B. DAVLDSON H. W. DEGNAN . J. DEITERS A. DOLAN P. H. D,ONOFRIO F. T. DooLEY . L. DoucHEaTY . M. DQUGHERTY . J. DOVYLE P. F. ELLIS . J. F.-IUSTINI J. M G. MEMBERS A. FRAZEL GIANNATTASIO HAWKINS G. F. I-IECKEL R. J. M B. B. F. G. J. C. HEIMERLE M. HOFFMAN E. HOFFMAN HOPKINS J. KING E. LEAI-IY LITRIC04 F. X. LYMESS R. J. MACDONNELL J. R. MARTIN W. L. MARTTNELL T. J. MASLEY F. W. MASON J. N. MCFEE J. J. MOONEY C. G. MOORE C. E. MORRIS J. J. R. M. O'DoNNELL C. OGILVIE M. O'HARA G. A. C. C. J. A. J. J. F. L. E. P. B. J. J. T. W R. C. G. E. J. C. A. O'SHEA J. PARADISE J. PILCH G. POELICASTRO' T. POPLIN J. PURDY A. Rosso F. ROWAN D. SCANLON R. SETTE11 G. SMITH D. SMITH D. SPENCE TEED A. VAILLANCOURT A. VOGEL . G. VOLLRATI-I G. WALSH R. WALTERS F. WEBB W. Wu.LIAMs L. WORTH S. Yoslclc First row, left to right: ANNARATONE, APONTE, BENNETT, BETRAM, BILLINGS, CADORIN, CAPRARA, CHENVSEE, CUMMINGS, DAVIDSON .... Second row: A DEGNAN, DEITERS, DOUGHERTY, DOYLE, FAUSTINI, GIANNATTASIO, HAWKINS, I. M. HOFFMAN, M. E, HOFFMAN, LITRICO .... Third row: MCDONNELL, wART1NET-LWMAST-EYg MQONEY. MOORE. OGILVIE, PILCH, POPI-IN, PURDY, ROWAN .... Fourth row: SCANLON, SMITH. SPENCE, VOGEL, VOLLRATH, ALTERS, EBB, YO IC . 312 SUCIETY FUR THE ADVA CEME I UF MANAGEME I Professional society for Imifrs-tml Engineers President E. L. ALLMAN E. L. ANDERSON R. C. ATCHLEY R. L. AUSTIN L. BASEWIEZ H. A. BERGMAN M. BERSTON A W. R. BROWN J. N. BUCHANAN W. L. CAMP G. R. CHESNUT E. E. CLARK W. D. CLARK R. E. Co-EEEE W. COHEN H. R. COLE J. F. COLLINS F. B. CORNISH T. C. Cox C. W. DAI-IM A. Q. DAVIS J. L. DAVIS F. W. DENNINGTON W. H. DENNIS V. J. DOYLE X MEMBERS M. DRAKE P. A. DUKE A. D. DUNAWAY A. H. FII-IN J. F. FISKE W. L. FULTON T. FULWILER J. D. W. GAMMILL P. G. GEO-RCE C. N. GERALD P. W. GOODMAN M. A. GOWEN A. H. GURITZ GURNEY R. A. HARRIS Y. A. HENDERSON P. F. HENRY L. HICKS S. J. W. G. HOLDER A. HOLLANDER R. C. HOIUSTOUN W. E. HUGER J. A. HUGGINS B. D. HUNT A. R. JOHNSON JOHNSON R. F. C. P. KINCAID A. KNOELLER LANGSTON L. LEVIN LEVY J. T. E. H. J. C. H. H. W. L. LEWIS E. LICI-ITWARDT W. LITTLE N. R. MEINERT MILLER M. MITCHELL A. MCGILL MCLAUOI-ILIN G. N. R. C. A. P. OLCOTT J. H. OLDEN W. J. ORMSBY J. F. OVERSTREET H. D. PARKER C. L. PERKINS L. D. PERLIS E. J. PRICE H. V. QUINN S. H. RASKIN R. C. REYNOLDS C. G. G. C. RI-IOAO P. A. RHUDY W. H. RI-IYNE L. RICHARDSON . W. Ross Russo P. SAVASO S. L. SCI-ILOSS XV. C. SCI-IWARTZ P. J. SERRALLES D. SESSOMS . A. SHANKS SMALL SMITH TOMLIN M. THOMPSON TURNER P. R. WALKE WALLACE J. R S. S. J. T R. H. O. E. C. C. J. T. R. F. H. F. A. WATSON B. H. YAWN L. YOUNG J. XV. W. YOUNG OVERSTREET FISKE J. F. OVERSTREET . W. H. DENNIS- J. F. FISKE - - - J. F. FISKE- - R. C. ATCHLEY - W. H. DENNIS - T. C. Cox W.D . CLARK - OFFICERS Spring Full - - - Vice - Secretary - -Vice . . . . Vice President President -Treasurer President President Corresponzling Secretary - Treasurer 'S f ' I We M I . , - ' I iw f "fav ' f X 1 R., . . . 4 K. . R- . , ' 4 I . , I . . ' X - S A ' f ' f . 1 f .. 'Rf I if . f' A ' f f. .. ' ' 2 f sf' , , ' - I ' 1 tr -. .-:"...s: . " S1 4 A I Sf I-"L'a "":1fv. " 45, f -,,,,,3.g. ,I ,,'-23. W 1- ,g -' Q S - -I .L i'.,.,.,.. . ,,,,...:g5gg: f-.,,, ,S , 1 x we ..,. I f , I - 1 f I .. H ., iiw f :Oyff f , If , f- ,f x , I , , f. : ,QS H . .- .f . 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S, Kg: lf-A, ' -4 .fc ' Q - " . - 'S -I 11 , 1 , 1 ff, . 2, " ,P 6 4 f , M- A I-.. ' 6 :kj . , f' I V I. . N ,, I, Nl pi ff ,I ,,, ' 5" 1, I , 'A V. ' -wb .,"?z"f I V ' ,gf - K, ,. ,, , I , - . , I QA, , , ..,. -' H fi "" -. , ' 2 f 5 , A f , .f 1 5 Q 1 '- 'na 'NU ' HH I . R I Z I ' Wt 35155. QQ", ,2 'A f. TD I ge' . "' 1 syn W .J ' L. gif! 'W' ,ff L . A .N ' I A... In . , .1 E- . .-me , V. . .v - ' . ' - ' - 1 ' - we ., ' ' I ,fa . . I .L-1 - - , A Q- s . . iw.. ,,, 'f.f:.,,,, ,.., , ., 1 . I. ...A 'I - I fy . , , , . -1 v A, :,. Q, Y 1 A ,- J ,j 'I .A ,. , ' 'f ,, I- M. 1 ' I , 1 I- .-1 a..x , -.T2S' If Ea. .I . x. 'M I W If I .if K? I .- 1 . . . 2 First row, left to right: ALLMAN, ANDERSON, ATCHLEY, BASEWIEZ, BERGMAN, BERSTON, BROWN, BUCHANAN, CAMP, CI-IESNUT, E. E. CLARK, W. D. CLARK, COFFEE, COHEN .... Second row: COLE, CORNISH, COX, DAHM, A. Q. DAVIS, I. L. DAVIS, DENNINGTON, DENNIS, DOYLE, DUKE, DUNAWAY, FII-IN, FULTON, FULWILER. . . . Third row: GAMMILL, GEORGE, GERALD, GOODMAN, GOWEN, GURITZ, GURNEY, HARRIS, HENDERSON, HENRY, HICKS, HOLDER, I-IOLLANDER, HOUSTOUN .... Fourth row: I-IUGER, A. R. JOHNSON, R. F. JOHNSON, KINCAID, KNOELLER, LANGSTON, LEVIN, LEVY, LEWIS, LICHTWARDT, LITTLE, MCGILL, MCLAUGHLIN, MEINERT .... Fifth row: MILLER, MITCHELL, OLCOTT, OLDEN, ORMSBY, PERLIS, PRICE, OUINN, RASKIN, REYNOLDS, RHUDY, RICHARDSON, ROSS, RUSSO .... Sixth row: SAVASO, SCI-ILOSS, SERRALLES, SESSOMS, SHANKS, SMALL, THOMPSON, TOMLIN, TUR- NER. WALKE, WALLACE, WATSON, W. W. YOUNG. 313 -GRIBBLE MEMBERS J. B. BERGEN ' C, G. JOHNSON W. F, CECIL T. H. MEADOR W. L. FULTON E. K. NELSOQN F. M. GRIBBLE E. W, PARKER J. I. HUNT F. K. PEEPLES OFFICERS F. M. GRIBBLE . . . President- C. G. JOHNSON . . Vice President W. -L. FULTON . . Secretary-Treasurer DR. R. L. SNVEIGERT . . Faculty Advisor A. J. PURDY G. RIPLEY, III W. R. SMITH C. A. THOMPSON J. WILLBANKS SUCIETY 0F GE ER GI E Professional Society for General Eizgincers ER . First row, Iefi io right: BERGEN, CECIL, FULTON, HUNT, IOHNSON, NELSON .... Second row: PARKER, PEEPLES, PURDY, SMITH, THOMPSON, WILLBANKS. 314 ST DE T-FAC LTV H0 I CUMMITTEE KYKER SCHNEIDER JOHNSON NEWTON IOENS Composed of three faculty members and three stu- dents selected by the Student Council, the Student- STUDENT MEMBERS FACULTY MEMBERS Faculty Honor Committee was formed in 1932 to administer just and impartial rulings on cases of suspected dishonesty of students. The committee has been valuable in the formation of higher standards of honor here at Tech. A. E. Jo'ENs E. C. JOHNSON D. C. KYKER S. A. NEWTON C. R. SCHNEIDER W. L. CARMICHAEL J. L. DANIEI. W. B. JOHNS A. Y. POPE E. T. PRo'ssER V DANIEL JOHNS CARMICHAEL POPE PROSSER WESLEY FUUN IIO GILLIAM - A. W. BAKER W. E. BELL L. T. B01-IANNON J. W. BRINKS D. G. CHANDLER W. C. COXVART S. B. COXVEN C. A. CROWELL J. B. DOWNS H. S. EZZARD R. PARRISH - - W. MARTIN - - A. W. BAKER- J. S. GILLIAM' D. P. CHANDLER F. MOORE - - - MEMBERS M. L. FULLER W. M. GAINES S. N. GIBSON J. D. GRIFFIN J. L. HANCOCK G. HAWTHORNE W. K. HINTON H. H. HUTCHINSON H. N. KIRKMAN OFFICERS KIRKMAN W. LAROCI-IE E. LICHTWARDT W. LITTLE MARTIN B. MCCOY D. MCINTOSH R. MORRIS NESBIT Spring Full - - - Presirlefzt - - - Vice President - - Secreta1'y-Treaszwcr - - -President - - - Vice President - - Secretary-Trcus1zrer . PARRISH F. A. PEEDE F. PIRKLE D. PITMAN D. PRICE H. RYMER G. SCHOOLEY O. WHITE M. ZIEGLER R.5E"'V 'um . R R? i .... ...- N 3 if f I 1 . H ' ' N S FHS! row, left to right: BELL, BRANSON, BRINKS, COWART, CROWELL, DOWNS, EZZARD .... Second row: FULLER, GAINES, GIBSON, GRIFFIN, HANCOCK, HAWTHORNE, I-IINTON .... Third row: HUTCHINSON, KIRKMAN, LQROCI-IE, LICHTWARDT, LITTLE, MCCOY, PEEDE. Fourth row: PIRKLE, PITMAN, PRICE, RYMER, SCHOOLEY, WHITE, ZIEGLER. 316 Left to right: Where to ind school spirit .... Six potential governors .... Before the Georgia game .... Techls contribution to Atlanta society. Bcflow: Damn those lines. . . . A visiting scout views the game. If ,Q ,f Z , vhxx j ' , N A L 1 qbni wi WV! Nil s Q , 2- ' gfgff ry If I I H s ! 4 . A meeting of the AthIetic Association. Left to right: T. H. EVANS, R. T. DAVIS, BLAKE R. VAN .R?g1g'g,2'BDI.y? 3 ,kqv 2 JJ sw" W LEER, W. A. ALEXANDER, H. A. WYCKOFP, C. M. GRIFFIN, R. L. DODD, R, B, WILBY, IAKE HIEII HARRIS, cmd NOEL TURNER. BLAKE R. VAN LEER, Cfaairfman P. B. NARMORE L. W. CHAPIN NV. A. ALEXANDER C. M. GRIFFIN T. H. EVANS R. B. WILEY J. O. PAINE N. V. MILLSAP R. T. DAVIS Faculty M077ZI7C7S H. A. WYCKOFF ROBERT E. LEE DODD Aluvmzi Me11zbe1's L. W. PARKER W. A. PARKER Sf7Ll1f'1lf Members D. C. KYKER ALEXANDER N. C. TURNER C. R. SCHNEIDER DODD 320 ji.. ELLIS GIEURGIA IECH C0 CHI SI FF WILLIAM A. ALEXANDER, Atlaletic Director Coach Alexander is one of the country's best known coaches. He was head football coach in The Flats from 1-920 until 1945, when he turned over the job to Bobby Dodd, his backfield coach. Under his close guidance Tech has broadened her athletic program, and in the past ten years has won conference championships in football, basketball, track, cross country, swimming, fencing, and tennis. In 1942, Coach Alexander was elected "Football Coach of the Year" by the poll conducted by the New York Worlzl-Tclrg1'a111. Besides being head coach at Tech, Coach Alexander has served for many years as a member of the National Football Rules Committee, and is a former president of the American Football Coaches Association. ROBERT E. LEE DODD, Henzl Football Conch Bobby Dodd was born in Galax, Virginia, and at- tended high school in Kingsport, Tennessee, Where as an all-round athlete he participated in four sports. After his graduation from high school he entered the Univer- sity of Tennessee, and during his time there he was active in football, baseball and basketball. He was out- standing in football as a Held general and in 1930 was chosen All-American quarterback. He came to Georgia Tech in 1931 as varsity backfield coach under Coach Alexander, in which position he served until the spring of 1945 when Coach Alexander retired. Coach Dodd has been instrumental in making Georgia Tech's offense one of the most colorful in the nation. In his first year as head coach, Coach Dodd faced one of the most rugged schedules ever outlined for the Yellow Jackets. With fair material, he came through the season with four victories out of ten games. He switched Tech's offense from the single wing to the deceptive T formation, and with the groundwork of 1945 he was able to mold a team that upset LSU and Duke and won eight of ten games in 1946. Twice during the l46 season he was. named "Coach of the Week" in the Southeastern Conference-once after the resounding win over powerful LSU and again after the jackets swamped a deceptive Tulane eleven. RAY ELLIS, Assistant Coach Coach Ellis came to Georgia Tech in the spring of 1-945 after serving for many years as head coach of the football and basketball teams at Madisonville High School in Madisonville, Kentucky. Coach Ellis went to high school in LaGrange, Kentucky, and afterwards attended the University of Kentucky. He was appointed line coach of the Yellow Jackets in 1945 and in 1946, when Bob Woodruff was named to coach the Tech line, he was promoted to the position of assistant coach. DWIGHT IQEITH, Buckhclzl Corral: uml Sports Publicity Director Coach Keith attended high school in Birmingham, Alabama, where he participated in every sport and was named to the All-State football, basketball, and baseball teams. He was captain of the football and basketball teams in his final year. After his graduation from high school he entered the University of Alabama, where he played football, basket- ball, and baseball. Since his graduation in 1924 he has coached football at ive different schools over a period of eighteen years. He was named varsity backficld coach at Georgia Tech in March, 1945. He has served as secretary of the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association since 1938 nad is editor and publisher of the Soutlaewz Couch and Atlalete. ROBERT Woonnuifr, Lim' Conch Coach Woodruff, a native Georgian, attended high school in Savannah, Georgia, and upon graduation in 1934 he enrolled at the University of Tennessee at Knox- ville. In january of 1942 he entered the Army and soon was promoted to the rank of captain. In 1944, he went to West Point where he helped teach football to pionship Army teams of 1944 and ruff came to Georgia Tech in the since that time he has tutored the as an assistant coach, the National Charn- 1945. Colch Wfood- spring of 1946, and varsity line. He has a clever, aggressive mind and is a tireless worker. In his first year he rendered one of the finest jobs of line coaching in the South, making the Yellow Jacket line one of the best in the nation. ROY MCARTHUR, Varsity Basketball Coach and Football Scout Coach McArthur is a graduate of City High School in Chattanooga, Tennessee. After leaving high school he attended college at Georgia Tech, where he played quarterback on the football team and guard on the basketball team. After his graduation from Tech in 1933 he was retained as B team coach and assistant basketball coach. He served in the Coast Artillery from 1942 to Feb- ruary of 1946 and after his discharge he was appointed Varsity Basketball Coach and football scout. JOE H. PITTARD, B Team Coach mul Varsity Baseball Coach Coach Pittard attended high school in Winterville, Georgia, where he was a member of the baseball, basket- ball, and track teams. He completed the requirements for a degree at Vanderbilt and the University of Geor- gia, and served as athletic director at Gainesville High School in Gainesville, Georgia, until March of 1943, at which time he came to Georgia Tech. His 1946 baseball team blasted the Red and Black four consecutive times and won ten out of twelve games, and the B team under his direction was one of the major factors in producing the ine '46 football team. ,- ,Gmac .--..,-, MUNDORFF WOODRUFF KEITH McicART1-IUR PITTARD 321 WELSER LANOUE GRIFFIN MOLL KEYES DEAN POLK BORTELL BOND ROY MUNDORFF, Assistant Athletic Director Coach Mundorif came to Georgia Tech in September of 1922 as Freshman basketball coach and part time instructor in the Math department. In 1925, he was named head basketball coach in The Flats, and as such was instrumental in developing such stellar court performers as Bo Johnston, Bill Jordan, Fletcher Sims, and the present head basketball coach, Roy MacArthur. He served as President of the National Association of Basketball Coaches in 1933 and during the 18 years he was head mentor for the Tech court team, he arranged numerous colorful intersectional games with teams in the Mid-West and East. In 1943 Coach Mundorif entered the Navy and was transferred from Tech. He returned in 1945 and took up the duties of Assistant Athletic Director. Nonnis DEAN, Varsity Truck Coacla Coach Dean is a graduate of Georgia Tech and of Meridian High School, Meridian, Mississippi, where he played football, basketball, and participated in track. After his graduation from Georgia Tech in 1957 he accepted the position of freshman football coach and assistant track coach. In 1944 Coach Dean was appointed track coach and since that time has served as a football scout and "B" Team football coach in addition to his duties as track coach. E. E. BORTELI., Varsity Tennis Couch Coach Bortell attended high 'school in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and upon graduation entered the University of Michigan to study chemical engineering. After completing his graduate work at the Universities of Michigan and Pennsylvania, he came to Tech as an instructor in the Physics Department. Bortell became tennis coach in 1931, and since that time his tennis squads have won many SEC championships. The jacket tennis team is now coasting along on a 29-game Winning streak which began back in 1943. Left: The Yellow Jacket coaching staff boards a DC-4 bound for Baton Rouge and LSU. Below: The senior football Auzamzgers. BOB PASCHAL BILL GLEASON FRANK PEEPLES I Bottom fleft to riqhtl: FRANK BEALL, JIMMY PETIT, JIMMY JORDAN, MICKEY LOGAN, JOHNNY MCINTOSI-I, DERWOOD FLANNAGAN, EWELL POPE, HAYES MCKINNEY, LEWIS HOOK, CARLO KINGEREY, AL LANSING .,.. Second row: DEANE GAINES, CHARLIE MURDOCK, RAY ENDERS, JIMMY CASTLEBERRY, 'WALT KILZER, JACK GRIFFIN, DAN BRADACI-I, ROLLO PHILLIPS, I. D. ISON, ROBERT JORDAN, RALPH SLATEN, JOE E. BROWN .... Third row: GEORGE BRODNAX, BILL BUSBIN, BILLY WILLIAMS, ALLEN IDINKYJ BOWEN, JOE DANIEL, TOMMY CARPENTER, BOB DAVIS, JIM NOLAN, CLAY MATTHEWS, JACK BILLS, BILL I-IEALY, JIMMY SOUTHARD, JIMMY LUCK ..., Fourth row: LUKE BOWEN, TOMMY COLEMAN, PAUL DUKE, GEORGE MATHEWS, FRANK BROYLES, RAYMOND SMITH, CHARLES BREMBS, JIM STILL, PAT MCHUGH, ALEX WILLIAMS, TOMMY FANCHER, FRANK ZEIGLER, BILLY QUEEN. ALT.-C CAPTAIN BOB DAVIS APTAIN GEORGE MATHEWS 348 '46 YELLOW J CKEIS The 1946 Yellow Jacket Team was truly one of the greatest football combines ever to carry the White and Gold banner on the gridiron. At the end of the 1945 campaign the Tech eleven elected Bob Davis, stellar tackle on the '45 team, and George Mathews, speedy halfback, to act as Captain and Alter- nate Captain, respectively, for the 1946 season. This year Georgia Tech faced one of the roughest schedules in the country. Cer- tainly the way the Jackets came through it with sensational wins over powerful LSU, Duke, and inspired Navy, while losing to once-beaten Tennessee and unbeaten Georgia is no disgrace. Coach Bobby Dodd called his 1946 charges the finest spirited team he ever coached, and the thousands of fans that saw Tech fight from behind to win those great LSU and Navy games will agree with this statement. The line, unscored on until the seventh game, sweated out long arduous hours of blocking and tackling fundamentals under the watchful eyes of Tech's industrious line mentor, Bob Wfoodruff. While in another part of the field the backs went through their paces under the close supervision of Coaches Keith and Ellis. As an offensive team the Tech eleven was tops. They were able to reel off over 3,000 324 yards running and passing from formation, score 243 points, and used the punt effec- tively with a season average of 40 yards. The Jackets played their best games of the season against Tennessee, LSU, and Duke, while in winning over Navy and losing to Georgia they showed bad form. Not one of the 33,000 homecoming fans will ever forget George Mathews' 95-yard sprint against Navy to pull what looked like certain defeat into a great Tech victory over an unfortunate Middie team from Annapolis. Other long runs of the season were turned in by Pat MCI-Iugh, who raced 68 yards for a touchdown against LSU, ran an Auburn punt back 52 yards, and returned a Navy pass S1 yards to set up Tech's fourth touch- down against the Middies. Pat also was a stalwart defensive player and one of Tech's most dependable tacklers. At the close of the regular season play in 1946 the Yellow Jackets voted to accept the bid offered to them to play in the 1947 Oil Bowl contest in Houston, Texas, thus mak- ing Georgia Tech the first school to have played in each of the Hvemajor bowls. The Yellow Jackets have appeared in the Rose Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Sugar Bowl, and have made two appearances in the Orange Bowl classic in Miami, Florida, in addition to their current appearance in the Oil Bowl. DAN BRADACH ROLLO PHILLIPS I. D. ISON H STAEUM Mfl fll Senior Managers Cleft to riqhtlz FRANK PEEPLES, BILL GLEASON, BOB PASCHAL. The 1946 season found the Yellow Jackets playing one of the roughest schedules ever formed. Any schedule that has powerful Tennessee for an opener and closes with ever strong Georgia, with teams like LSU, Au- burn, Duke, Navy, Tulane, and Mississippi as fillers can certainly be classified as rugged in any man's language. The best the most ardent Tech followers hoped for were possi- ble wins over VMI, Furman, Navy, Missis- sippi, and Tulane. After the Tennessee game in Knoxville everyone realized that the Jackets were in possession of a much better team than had been expected. However, more than any- thing else it was the resounding upset win over a potent LSU team that convinced the public of Tech's greatness. After the Duke triumph two, weeks later, those who believed the Yellow Jackets were "playing over their heads" gave a healthy nod to Coach Doddls eleven as the Jackets were ranked sixth in the nation for their victory over the Blue Devils. These men think up the plays that generate Tech touchdowns. Left to right: BOB WOODRUFF, BOBBY DODD, DWIGHT KEITH, RAY ELLIS. 325 'Sf' FRANK BEALL BILL HEALY TOM COLEMAN LUKE BOWEN IIMMY CASTLEBERRY RABBIT IORDAN 9-13 A hard fighting band of Yellow Jackets invaded Shields- Watlcins Field in Knoxville but were repelled 13-9 in a gruel- ing sixty-minute contest. Tech's Jackets were expected in many quarters to lose by two touchdowns, but they gave the orange-clad Vol team the fight of their life from the opening kickoff to the final whistle. The behomeths from Knoxville got both of their touch- downs as a result of intercepting Uwo Tech passes. The first Vol marker came early in the first stanza after Tennessee's FRANK BROYLES FRANK ZEIGLER GEORGE BRODNAX Orange Shirts had returned a Tech pass to the latter's 11-yard line. The gallant Tech line turned back Tennessee three times, but on the fourth down Walter Slater found Bud Hubbel in the end zone and lofted a scoring pass to him. Georgia Tech struck back ive minutes later. Diminutive Jimmy Petit took a lateral from the quarterback and followed his two-man interference as far as the line of scrimmage where he straightened up and shot a 25-yard toss to end Walt Kilzer, good for a touchdown. Rabbit Jordan and Jimmy Jordan alternated carrying the ball to make a first do-wn on Tennessee's 40. Then it came. Jack Bills faded back and threw a pass intended for Johnny McIntosh, but Johnny never touched the ball as, seemingly, from out of nowhere, George Baltisaris raced in, grabbed the ball and went 60 yards to score what proved to be the winning touchdown. In the second half numerous fumbles and more intercepted passes kept Tech well bottled up until the final minutes of the game when, as a result of Broyles's punting and the bril- liant play of the Tech line, Tennessee found themselves in possession of the ball on their own two-foot line. Coach Neyland pulled some beautiful football strategy here as he sent in a substitute from the bench and instructed the Vol team to freeze the ball as long as possible and then give Tech a safety. His strategy worked, but only by the closest of margins as Tech took the kickoff following the safety and drove to the Vol 24-yard line, where the game ended. wx KN Q Q ' '. 1 s ti. Wdlfff KiIZ9?' ffllwi' ll Rabbit jordan gains 7 yards on an and arozfml as Davis f60j, Pope fl .YQ nearest ibe camera, and Kilzer pass for a TD against the Vols. 326 ran interference. IIMMY IORDAN BILLY WILLIAMS ALLEN fDinkyJ BOWEN , - I"! ll " I ,, ,," Q'i" l' .lim 6' l " wut ! !! L pl , +1 III . Rig. 3 2 ' 6 E l The Tech Yellow Jackets returned to Atlanta after swallowing a bitter pill in losing to Tennessee and set out to get back on the victory path. The powerful Tech eleven was held to a 6-6 half-time score but they roared back in the final two periods with four touchdowns to swamp VMI's Kaydets 32-6. TACK BILLS Pat McHugh Techs rfellm hal bzlcf ll shown mrrkmg a 10 yum' grim rzgamst VMI. IOIJIITIQI Mclzzlosb gains 5 ynrils ami Ll jirsl flown against VMI KIlJ'lIl'fS as Dean Gaines fill comes in loo lute' lo help, 327 jimmy jordan sets up Tcvlfs tfairfl TD agcrinxt VMI with rr 24-yard end mm, VMI stung the Jackets in the Hrst quarter when, led by Thom- asonis passes, they drove S7 yards to grab an early 6-0 lead. The Tech eleven quickly matched this score on a sensational 35-yard run by end Rabbit Jordan after taking a 28-yard pass thrown by Jack Bills. Tech threatened time and time again but every thrust was halted by the Kaydets. The Hrst half ended 6-6. Tech took the second half kickoff back to the 25-yard line. On the first play Pat McHugh gave the crowd some idea of what was coming when he exploded through the middle of the VMI line for a 19-yard gain and a first down. Three minutes later this same MCI-Iugh twisted and slashed his way for 27 yards and the tie-breaking score. After Rabbit Jordan's perfect placement Tech was ahead 13-6. Through an exchange of punts the Tech eleven gained possession of the ball on their own 48. On third down fiery little Jimmy Jordan swept 21 yards to a Hrst down over the crestfallen Kayder eleven. Frank Zeigler banged his way over from the two, three plays later, and the Yellow Jackets' lead was extended to 20-6 after Rabbit Jordan's second PAT. Two more scores were marked up for the Tech cause in the final stanza on passes from jack Bills to end Jack Grifhn and from Frank Broyles to Jimmy Castleberry. Tech threatened once again after the score became 32-6, but an incomplete pass on fourth down gave the ball over to VMI as the game ended. l ,' ..'. . if I MTI A highly favored Georgia Tech team, led by Pat McHugh, rolled to a ridiculously easy win over an offensively impotent University of Mississippi eleven in a listless game played on Grant Field. The Yellow Jackets marched 80 yards for gh touchdown in the first quarter and from then on it was just a matter of how rnuch of a score the Tech team wanted to chalk up. The highlight of Georgia Tech,s first scoring drive was a pass from Frank Broyles, Tech's deft ball handler, 'to end Rabbit Jordan. Broyles faded back and just as a swarm of Rebels hit him he let the ball gog it was a bullet pass' and Rabbit took it near the west boundary from whence he set sail for the Mississippi goal 71 yards away. Clever as a hare he faked the backer-up and then started downfield with long spectacular sweeping strides that ate up the chalk marks. However, the Rebel safety man finally cut him off and knocked him out of bounds after a net gain of 48 yards. On the next play, Jordan finished the work he started by taking a pass from Frank Broyles for the touchdown. ' 1 IIMMY PETIT CARLO KINGEREY LEWIS HOOK Allen fDi11kjl1 Bowen picks up a first do-run against Ole Miss as Erickson fmnkizzg flae hzclcluj, Brown U11 and Blrzckruell H582 make' lbs stop. In the second quarter the hard-charging Tech line broke through and blocked an Ole Miss punt deep in Rebel territory. Three plays later Pat McHugh faked a Rebel backer-up off his feet and gathered in a pass from Quarterback Jack Bills for Techis second touchdown of the afternoon. A few minutes later Jimmy Jordan took an Ole Miss punt on his own 39 and then snake-hipped his way to the Rebel 38-yard line to set up Tech's third score. Tech passes placed the ball on Mississippi's 18-yard line and set the stage for Jimmy Petit's scoring run. Petit took the ball on a handoff from the Jacket quarter- back and cut through a huge hole in the powerful Rebel line. Tacklers were cut down right and left and Petit, with the aid of great downfield blocking, scored standing up. This gave the Tech team an 18-0 half-time lead. The third quarter was a scoreless affair but the Yellow Jackets struck for another touchdown in the final period. Frank Broyles darted in from the bench for his final appearance of the afternoon and p-assed the oval to Pat MCI-Iugh, putting Tech ahead by 24 points. Mississippi got a consolation score with only four minutes left in the contest on a series of long passes. Final statistics showed that Ole Miss made a net gain of two yards rushing through the Georgia Tech line which, led by the great play of Paul Duke, Bob Davis and big Bill Healy, repelled every running attempt. 328 WALTER KILZER JIM STILL Pnl MCI-lu b H9 races wicle arozmzl his own left end to score Tccffs fonrlh TD s 1 against Mississippi in Ailnntn. M71 fakes zz pas: fiom Frank Bioyles, who zs on by Smith C731 am! Blacluuell f88j. The play was good for 48 ynrrls. Georgia Tech's "Flying Yellow Jackets," the first team in Tech history to fly to a football contest, fought a highly favored LSU 'Tiger team into a complete submission by a score of 26-7 as 42,000 LSU homecoming fans looked sadly down upon their Alma Mater's football team. The Yellow Jackets completely dominated the Tiger eleven from the opening kickoff to the final gun. Tech scored early to give the homecoming fans a good idea of what was in store for them. Pat McHugh took the ball from Frank Broyles and with the aid of some of the most devastating downfield blocking 2 6 - 7 ever witnessed in the South, sped 69 yards for the game's first score, with LSU tacklers falling by the way, making desperate, futile lunges at McHugh's squirnming body. The score remained 6-0 in favor of Tech until the final two minutes of the first half when Y. A. Tittle found Dan Sandifer in the clear, speeding down the sidelines, and hit him with a perfect pass that Sandifer took in stride, running the remaining 45 yards to score. The play was good for 80 yards. After Holly Heard's perfect point after touchdown, Tech trailed 6-7. Georgia Tech fought back and scored another touchdown early in the third quarter on a sensational 44-yard sprint by George Mathews. Mathews took a lateral from Frank Broyles and broke into the clear on the LSU 40, where his downfield blocking picked him up as he Went the remaining yards for a touchdown which, after Rabbit Jordan kicked the extra point, gave Tech a 13-7 lead. Tech made the clincher in the fourth quarter after Jack Bills had run an LSU pass back 35 yards, placing the ball on the Tiger 15. On the first play Dinky Bowen made a fiery 15-yard sprint for the Jackets third score. Rabbit Jor- dan's placement made the scoreboard read 20-7 in favor of Tech with only 3 minutes remaining to play. Tommy Carpenter intercepted a Tiger pass on the last play of the ball game and zoomed 37 yards for Tech's final score of the day. The stadium lights were turned out just as Carpenter crossed the LSU goal and Tech didn't get a chance to try for the PAT, but they could certainly prance off the field after delivering as sound a beating as this to a team favored by 10 points. PAT MCHUGH JOE E. BROWN IIMMY LUCK ED SCHARFSWERDT Ili-AMY OUTHIRD 329 27-6 l Although a freshman named Travis Tidwell stayed in Tech's hair for nearly sixty minutes, the overwhelmingly superior Tech team romped to a fairly easy 27-6 -win over the Auburn CLAY MATTHEWS AL LANSING RAYMOND SMITH Tigers from Auburn, Alabama. The Yellow Jackets marked up six points on the scoreboard the very first time they got their hands on the ball. A drive carrying 58 yards was ended when Pat Mel-lugh skirted his own left end for a five-yard gain and the touchdown. Bowen's toe added the seventh point and the Jackets were off to a quick 7-0 lead. Led by their freshman star, Tid-well, Auburn marched for the tying touchdown, but the attempted extra point was blocked by the agile Tech line and the Jackets were still out in the front 7-6. Late in the first half Tech went even fur- ther out in the front on a 49-yard march. Jim Still faded back and lofted a perfect pass to Tommy Carpenter who took it on the dead run on the Auburn 15, but Tidwell was there to save a touchdown on this play as he hauled Carpenter down on the Tiger 1-yard line. On the next play Johnny Mclntosh plowed over and Bowen,s placement made the score 14-6 in favor of Tech at half-time. Bob Davis after taking a lateral from Pat McHugh U91 picks up zz first flown against Auburn. In the first part of the fourth quar- ter Tech struck for a third touchdown. George Mathews took a lateral from Frank Broyles, raced wide to his right and threw a running pass to end Allen fDinkyj Bowen picks up zz first down against Aubum on Grunt Fielrl as Pbarr U71 comes in fast to make the stop. 330 George Brodnax who made a sensa- tional catch on the Tiger 25-yard line and scored standing up. Dinky Bow- en's third perfect placement gave Tech a 21-6 lead. Auburn fought back, but the Tigers lacked the Enal punch and Tech re- pelled every scoring threat they made in the last half. In the fourth period Pat McHugh took the ball and made an evasive 15-yard dash ending the day's scoring and making the inal tally 27-6 in favor of Tech. A-,R , is 41 ing- fi TIL" ' ji 33, T ff' 3421-12, ,ae 14- ' '-F5r.- '1fj.iff.',iT "f?3ff.'f E71 . -gg, ijg-4 , AJ""'i-IME, JU-6-Eg? VJ. lOE DANIEL In Durham, Georgia Tech's bowl-bound Engineers pushed across two first half touch- downs, Dinky Bowen added both placements, and then the Tech eleven coasted in the second half to hang up a very impressive 14-0 win over the Duke Blue Devils. Both of Tech's scores came after long marches and were made on plunges by Bowen and johnny Mclntosh. The very first time the Yellow Jackets got their hands on the ball they made a drive that carried from their own 27 to the Duke 23 where the Blue Devils stiffened and held. On the exchange of punts which followed, the Yellow Jackets got the ball on their own 44. On the first play Frank Broyles shot a pass to George Mathews who made a spectac- ular catch on the Duke 21-yard line. Two plays later Broyles hit Mathews with another pass-this one was good for a first down on Duke's 2-yard line. Dinky Bowen took the ball on the next play and smashed his way over for the first score. He added the point after touchdown and Tech was ahead 7-0. After another series of punt swaps, Tech got the ball on Duke's 37-yard line. Zeigler, McIntosh, and Williams alternated to make a first down on the Blue Devil 23-yard line. On the nextiplay Frank Broyles shot a bullet pass to Freshman Jack Grifhn, who made a great catch to give Tech a first down on the Duke 1-yard line. Johnny McIntosh carried the pigskin over, and after Bowen's placement Tech was well on the way to spoil- ing Duke,s homecoming. With three minutes left in the first half, Duke made its first serious threat by driving for a first down on Techis 10-yard line. The Tech line came through, however, rushing the Blue Devil passers so hard that it made the secondary's job of keeping the ball away from eligible Duke receivers a much easier one. Certainly anyone who saw this game will never forget the excellent line play of George Brodnax who broke through time and time again to smear not only Duke interference, but also the ball carrier for continued losses or no gain. Buddy Mulligan f10j of Duke is hauled flown for a four-yan! loss by Paul Duke of Tech. Other players are Davis C521 of Duke and Gaines C511 of Tech in lower left corner. 331 RAY ENDERS JACK GRIFFIN HAYES MCKINNEY DEANE GAINES EWELL POPE RALPH SLATEN IIM NOLAN After spoiling the L.S.U. and Duke homeeomings, the Yellow Jackets re- turned home for their own homecoming game. For fifty-seven minutes it looked as if the Navy team had in turn spoiled Tech'sg for the Middies had outrushed, outsmarted, and in general done every- thing right. As a consequence they were leading the Engineers by a score of 20-14. The scoreboard clock showed that just two minutes and forty seconds remained. Navy had the ball on Tech's ive-yard line, second down and goal to gog then it happened. As big Bill Hawkins smashed his way through a gaping hole in Tech,s sagging forward wall, Johnny Mclntosh came in and lambasted the Middie star with such a ferocious tackle that the ball suddenly plopped into the arms of George Mathews. The surprised Mathews took the ball, faked one tackler, pivoted around another, and then all at once was in the clear. A few seconds later he crossed the Middie goal, as complete bedlam broke loose among the 33,000 fans. Dinky Bowen's kick put Tech 21-20 over Navy with time running short. 28-20 Two plays later Pat MCI-Iugh leaped high into the air to haul in a Navy desperation pass on Tech's 41-yard line and then raced 52 yards down the sidelines to the Middie four. On the next play Brodnax took a pass from Broyles for another TD. The same Dinky Bowen who sank Navy in '44 with a field goal did it again with four perfect PAT's, in addition to playing a masterful game for the Tech cause. 2 TOMMY CARPENTER IOHNNY MCINTOSH George Mathews takes a 20-yard fJc'az't' from Iacle Bills on flae Middie 15 and tfnvz oulraras Dick Scott to score another Teal: foucladoaun. Q 3 Robert jordan M71 of Teal: larcalzs through a gaping fnole i1z ffm: Navy lim' and George Mathews is being baulcrl flown by Markel ISU of Navy afterlve had gaiflfli goes for a 9-yard gain. Emerson KGZQ of Na-uy co-mes ap too lata lo -make the stop. 332 a meager 3 yards. BILL BUSBIN 357' The terriic blocking and perfect execution of intricate plays by the entire Yellow Jacket team was outstanding in this hard-fought struggle. Paul Duke played a sensa- tional game at center for the Tech team, while in the back- field it was the steady, un- faltering play of Pat MCI-Iugh that stood out for the Yellow Jacket cause. Rebounding from their bad showing at the hands of the Midshipmen, the Yellow Jackets from Georgia Tech rolled over a hapless Green Wave team from New Orleans, Louisiana, by a score of 35-7. The Jackets dressed out in their blue jerseys to oppose the green-shirted boys from Tulane University. In the first minutes of the game Frank Broyles brought the crowd of 30,000 to their feet as he returned a Tulane quick-kick 72 yards for a touchdown, but his run was called back for a clipping penalty. However, the Jackets were not denied the second touchdown which they made a few minutes later. A perfectly executed reverse pass was good for the TD. Pat MCI-Iugh took the ball from Broyles and raced to his right where he handed the ball off to George Mathews who broke out in the opposite direction. Mathews then passed to Walt Kilzer who took the ball and dashed over the Tulane goal line untouched. Dinky Bowen's placement gave the Jackets an early 7-0 lead. Tulane tied up the game in the second period on a great S7 yard dash by their fresh- man sensation CHE Van Meter. Tech took the next kickoff and scored again without giving up the ball. George Mathews took a lateral from Broyles and behind superb down- field blocking, the key block being thrown by George Brodnax, went 53 yards to give the Tech team a 14-7 lead. Frank Broyles intercepted a Greenie pass three plays later and'went 46 yards to score. After Bowen's third perfect place-kick Tech was in the lead 21-7. In thesecond half Tech's A11-American candidate, Paul Duke, smashed through and blocked a Tulane kick. On the next play Dinky Bowen smashed his way over, giving Tech a 28-7 lead. In the fourth quarter Tech drove 88 yards for their fifth TD with a 47-yard pass from Broyles to Jack Grifhn eating up a large portion of the yardage. Jim Still raced over standing up from the Tulane 14 to give the Tech.team a well earned 35-7 win. As the final gun went off the Jacket reserves had pounded out a first down on the Tulane's 20-yard line. ' . if srzwhig lais way through the entire Tizlanc team Pat McHugh U91 being tnclelerl after a 12-yrzrrl gain by Clif Van Meier aided by mme excellent flown field blocking 5772 of Tulane. . tb. ,A ALEX WILLIAMS Pnul Duke sclx up Teclfs f0llI'f!J TD by !7l0L'kll1g ll Tulane kick. 333 johnny Mclntosb 1292 is stopped by an uvaidmztijied 13117111311 player after be had slasberl his way tbrougb the Hurricaazc line for Z7 yards. Otfoers in the picture are: Kilzer 1232 am! Luck K2-H of Tech, arzzl Trulizclz U82 of Furmazz The Tech team had its first real breather of the season ,as the second team started the game and rolled over a hapless but spirited Furman eleven for 20 points in the first quarter. The third team then took over and scored 14 points in the second period and also yielded seven points to the Purple Hurricane. The Yellow Jackets scored once again in the final half to make the Hnal score 41-7 in favor of Tech. The Engineers kicked continually on first down in the Hnal half in an effort to hold the score down as much as possible and even went to the point of attempting two goals from difficult angles at considerable distances from the goal. Tech took the opening kick-off and drove 68 yards for a touchdown without sur- rendering the ball. Jack Bills raced over from the 5-yard line on a naked reverse to give the Tech team an early 6-0 lead. A few minutes later a drive highlighted by a 24-yard sweep by Jimmy Petit was clirnaxed when Frank Zeigler slammed his way over from the Furman 2. The Yellow Jackets drove 82 yards for their third score with passes by Southard and runs by Zeigler and McIntosh highlighting the long march. Dinky Bowen added his second placement to give the Jackets a 20-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. Furman fumbled on their own 24 early in the second period and two plays later Pat McHugh, who came in for one play, raced over to give Tech a 27-0 lead. Three minutes later Jim Still fired a pass to end Ray Enders on the Tech 25-yard line. He eluded two Furman players and went the remaining 75 yards to make the score 34-0, placing Tech way out front. Furman drove 35 yards for their only score on a series of passes. W' 1 7 Wifiggsi' 1 sf Q Little Iimmy jordan fgfats bis way arouiul tba F1zr11zrl1z right mul for a 20-yard gain as Smith of 3.1 Fzz1'ma1z is blocked out of the play. Mathews after gaining 13 yards off tackle is being brought to a bait by an mzirlrzztifiefl Navy player 334 Charles Trippi gets of on fl 66-yn-fl louchrlown run agaiml the jackets aiu Atlomzs. Teresfyinski blocks out Luke Bowen. With a Sugar Bowl bid at stake, Georgia and Georgia Tech met in their annual battle in a game that was rated to be close by everyone, but the Georgia Bulldogs, led by their great All-American halfback, Charlie Trippi, romped to a decisive 35-7 triumph over a lighting but outmanned bunch of Yellow Jackets from Georgia Tech. Trippi scored two touchdowns himself, passed for two more, and his run back of an intercepted pass set up the fifth Bulldog score. The Yellow jackets drove 7 3 yards for their only score of the game in the final stanza- of this dramatic battle. Dinliy Bowen, who played a masterful game on defense and offense for Tech, took a pass from Frank Broyles on the Georgia 28-yard line and then whip-sawed and snake-hipped his way through Trippi and his cohorts for Tech's only score. Dinky also kicked the PAT. A few minutes later Tech lacked inches of getting a first down on the Bulldog 5-yard line after a pass from Broyles to Mathews accounted for a 23-yard gain. The first quarter found Tech holding the upper hand as a direct result of a shift play. The Yellow Jackets lined up a T and then shifted into a single wing or double wing. The Bulldogs jumped offsides so- many times that Tech was not able to employ either of the latter formations to any advantage. The Bulldogs marched for their first TD in the second quarter, Trippi's sensational running and passing highlighting the drive. Trippi scored the touchdown on a fourth-down plunge from the Tech 4-yard line. The Georgia Bulldogs scored again late in the second quarter, after recovering a Tech fumble on the Jacket 41. Five plays later, again as a result of Trippi's passing, Tech was behind 14-0. , Led by Trippi the Bulldogs crossed the Tech goal thrice more in the final two quarters. Charley made a beautiful 66-yard off-tackle run for Georgia's final touchdown of the afternoon. , ,,.1..,..., . , . ., h ,,,,,,,. . V .. fill-4? 1' - "' , ' ,W - .' ' 2, ' .5 , . . , iii1 Eli Maricicb gov: off lrlckle for a Him'-yzzrrl gain ngaiusl Trrb. Trippi is 517011911 following Ibn' play at Paul Dnkc H32 comes over Io slam Mariricla down. 335 QS Q ,M r . J 1 'T' 'ft-. ,- . . 4 up MICKEY LOGAN CHARLIE MURDOCFC PAUL DUKE file 1947 of Tech is also in the picture. Georgia Tech reached its offensive peak in the third annual Oil Bowl game as they reeled off six touchdowns in crushing 41-19 a colorful but outclassed St. Mary's team from California. It was simply too much Tech for the Gaels to handle. The alert Yellow Jacket secondary intercepted eight St. Mary's aerials and returned them for a total of 169 yards. There were many long runs. The first of these was made by Pat McHugh of Tech, who went high into the air on the Tech 27 to.haul in a stray pass. McHugh pivoted sharply and then snake-hipped his way through the entire St. Mary's team, breaking into the clear on the fifty. Five minutes later, with Tech leading 27-0, Paul Crowe scooped up a Tech kick- off on his own fifteen-yard line and raced 85 yards for the Gaels' first marker of the day. Thanks to a field cover which was removed just prior to game time, the field was a fast one. Tech, led by Bob Davis, wore White pants and jerseys, while the Galloping Gaels, led by Ed Ryan, were resplendent in bright crimson jerseys and white pants. After the warmup- period the respective captains met in the center of the field, where Ed Ryan, the St. Mary's captain, won the toss and elected to kick off. , The play see-sawed back and forth until late in the first quarter when Frank Broyles, Tech's deft ball handler and quarter- back, pulled in a stray Gael pass on the St. Mary's 37-yard line. A series of running plays placed the ball squarely on the eight, where George Mathews took a perfect lateral from Frank Broyles, raced to his right, and lofted a perfect pass into the arms of George Brodnax for the touchdown. . Fl!111k Ziegler cracks his way over his own right faclele for rl 9-yarzl Pill McHugh streaks nro-zzvzrl his own left emi for iz long gain in the gem in the secourl quarter of the Oil Bowl game. Also visible is first quarter of the Tech-St. Marys baffle. Dennis O,C011110f 2j Bill Healy f56j, star Tech guard. Sl. Marys qzmrterbrick, culs back to make live slap. 336 Pat McHugh, slellar Tecla balflmck, iizfercepts a St Marys pass uml dashes 73 yarrls for iz toizcbdowvz. Divzky Bowen 1372 Il 0 Tech intercepted another pass early in the second period and Johnny McIntosh blasted his way over for the score. MCI-Iugh followed this score with one of his own, a 73-yard rung and three minutes later Jim Still plunged over from the one-yard line, giving Tech a 27-0 lead. The St. Mary's tearn seemed outclassedg however, they fought back and scored three touchdowns of their own before the cold wet afternoon in Houston was history. Included in the Gael scoring was a 45- yard drive, an 85-yard run, and an 80-yard run by Gonzalo Morales that failed to bring an touchdown, but did set the stage for one. FINAL COUNT: TECH 41, St. Mary's 19. jim Slill H22 lIl1ll1gl'S lbrougla center I0 mlfl more poinis to liar' Teri: scoreboard in Ilan' Oil Bowl gnnlc. Paul Duke 1531 lcvuls line clmrgr. Willie Mrnlriou, St. Mnry's lmlfbuvk UOQ is rushing in to :lop the play too late. Tix' Yellow Irzclects shown bere are jlrzrticijlating in spring Al11'actic'c' ilrills fMCI'll1gio, Zeigler, Maliamus, and Broylesj. Tlarur' of lbc four starter! ilae Oil Bowl game. TECH ST RS Here on this page you will find pictures of Tech football players that were chosen on the All-American and All-South- eastern Conference teams by sportswriters from coast to coast. The first of these is Paul Duke. He has been, and still is, called one of the greatest centers of all times. He is a sure tackler and is one of the greatest down-field blockers in the country. In addition to these talents Paul has an analytical mind and possesses a calm, deliberate manner of doing things correctly. Many circles call him a better center than Peter Pund, the great Tech center on the 1928 Rose Bowl eleven. Paul was a unanimous choice for the A11-SEC team and also won Hrst team berths on the Associated Press and United Press All-America selections in addition to many others. There is no doubt about his being a great ball player. The All-Southeastern Conference team listed the names of PAUL DUKE three Tech players in addition to Paul Duke. Frank Broyles - was chosen as quarterback on this team. His ability to handle the ball in the intricate T formation plays, together with his sterling ability as a signal caller, were the determining factors in his gaining this berth. He is also one of the best punters in the conference. T r.o. ......... - .... BOB DAVIS BILL HEALY FRANK BRQYLES Bill Healy, Tech's powerful left guard, was also chosen for this coveted position. Bill is noted as one of the hardest block- ers and best tacklers on the Jacket team. Also from the line, Tech's captain, big Bob Davis, from Columbus, Georgia, was chosen as a member of this team. Bob is an agile, hard-charging tackler, and as leader of the Yellow Jackets he is tops. As a tackle he was fiery and hard to take out of any play. An article on stars of the 1946 Georgia Tech team would be incomplete unless some mention was given to men like Allen Bowen and Pat McHugh. Pat was a bearcat on defense, in addition to making many long runs during the season. Certainly no one who saw the Georgia game or any other game in which Dinky Bowen participated will forget his per- formances. He played his heart out for sixty seconds of every minute he played. 338 mr, 1 'f' -. f , if q w' I , Q -.-na, ,. , .v V J I I I wM,RM- , Bottom row' lleft to riqhtjz CHARLEY BROWN, CHARLES BALPOUR, GENE PRIZZEL, ED AUNDERS, BILLY MCCARDLE, STANLEY, MARX, CHARLEY CRAW- FORD, IACK CARVER, JOHN O'NIEL, CARL HUDSON, IOE FLOYD ..., Middle row: DAVE KELLEY, TONY MARCHEGIANO, C. W. CARVER, HENRY SCHOEN- ING YAGGI DERWOOD FLANNAGAN DAVE SPRIGGS CHARLEY WOODWARD, MAC KELLEY, SID GARRETT, WALTER IERKINS .... Top row: TOM DAIS- LEY: BILLY LIAMP, MILLAR FRYE, DALE LUPTON, COLIN ANDERSON, KENNETH HUNT, RED ROGERS, IIMMY OLSON, ED SWANSON, YON, CHARLEY MONROE, BILL TREADWAY. , 316 TE The Georgia Tech HB7 Team, 1946 Edition, was one of the most powerful squads to emerge from The Flats in a long time. After dropping their opener to Clemson's UB" team, the Baby Jackets swamped powerful Tennessee and were held to a 14-14 tie with Miami, Florida's, eleven. In their next contest the p Baby Jackets ran rough-shod over a hapless and completely outclassecl Auburn team, 27-0. This year the Baby Jackets and Georgia's Bullpups rnet for their annual Thanksgiving Day clash on Grant Field before a sell-out crowd of 29,000. These two bitter rivals fought it out to the final gun in one of the most thrilling ball games ever played on Tech's home turf. The game will live in the memories of -those who witnessed it-there were long runs, blocked kicks, goal-line stands, and many other thrills. The hnal score is enough testimony on the closeness of the fight- TECH 7, Georgia 6. w-S041 Al Lansing is tackled by :nz uuirlenfifiezl Georgia player afler Billy Hague plunges over for Grorgiafs six points. making a 21-yard run. 339 Our XIJUIZSOTS at the Navy game. McHzzgl9 goes over for a TD. You woulzllft know by their fares fha! Duke is Irailing 14-0 with flgrgg -minutes left i77 the game with Terk. FROM 2 fu! M H E .. ., 2-1 1 1 ji L l V 9 The Tech buml sfrikes up owr in Afhcns. TIQOSF Tf'1171f'S5f'f' 1U0'W'1! THE SIDE ES Dinky Bowen fmls il rocky going lhrongb lbe middle of A1lb7lTll,S line ax Cocbram, Bryrme f43j, and Rose f62l swarm in io sfop him. - A 4. 5 ..- Li ' V w 'fu - 1.3-Jffwt , t if' st z t -it W-I if 4 .. I '1 G ix. in T . 5 . A X. . , J : X X . x, .lx 5 . e 9 if ss. f 4 , - 7. . 1 e i X . , , at i 9 Qi ...r x x :N gf .K TAX: giggle -S ,wig snr.. I Nwfsgvw NM 3-Q. fr -,sgqsgsri-55+ - W 4' A . A .if xt...-A 9 9 ,fi ,..t,-slit - ' -' 5 K X . .VY efgwtxwsvgx -.Sly ' Q t t- -is we -X fs.,.rm .. .wa - Firxf Row: Corridan, Matthews, Garrard, Durst , f - f 1 .3 Q f ' - V A. f ff . '11 5 if , - Q. Q... ' , NJ: Fw- .- CCapt.j, Hunter .... Sevoml Row: Turner, Day, Pryor, Wilson, Stowers .... Thin! Row: Daniel, Richards, Kent, McNeill, Pierce, Marbach QMgr.j. CRUSS n COACH GEORGE GRIFFIN IIUUNTRY The 1946 Cross Country team, although not successful from the standpoint of wins and losses, made outstanding progress as the men gained experience. The team was made up entirely of freshmen with the exception of two men, Captain Dave Durst,.who was handicapped season because of illness, and L. O. Hunter, in his first year of cross country. The most the squad was Jack Corridan, a freshman who throughout the entire sophomore, competing outstanding runner on developed fast and at the close of the season showed great form in plac- ing at the SEC meet. He was elected to captain the 1947 team. The Yellow Jackets dropped contests to such noteworthy opponents as Duke, North Carolina, Auburn, and Tennessee, before getting on the right path by defeating Emory and making a brilliant showing in the Southeastern Conference meet and the Birmingham Road Race. Southeastern Conference Meet held in Atlanta, Georgia Auburn . ...,... 40 Tennessee . . 44 Tech . . . 67 Florida .......... 94 Birmingham Road Race held in Birmingham, Alabama Auburn . . 25 Tech . . . S 1 Emory . . 97 342 fgfwff' is f, '75 af? 122.8 Q f A ,M ,... , -fm ,, . 4-4 +1 'S 'Q 1651 " flifl - Q 5 X ' ' 'fl' - f X , 1 , 9: x . 0 ,Jfl 2 f Li n ' 9 .M J. af: L Y' i Kneeling fleft fo rigbij: Haines, Godwin, Collier, Schoening .... Str1r11fi11g: Paxson, Broyles, Nolan, Bergman, Anderson. QM WlS3llH llll lllfll CAPTAIN HERBIE BERGM AN COACHES POLK and MQCARTHUR The 1947 Georgia Tech basketball team was one of the most offensive-minded quintets ever to emerge from The Flats as they tallied well over 1,000 points during the season, averaging 50 points a game. Coach Roy MacArthur in his first year as head basketball coach sent a team on the floor that pulled many surprises during the season, and had a few pulled on them before the final buzzer sounded on March 1. This year's team boasted three of the best basket- ball players' Georgia Tech has ever had in Frank Broyles, Capain Herbie Bergman, and Wes Paxson. Broyles, who hails from Decatur, Georgia, was one of the most reliable members of the Tech court team, and no one who saw Herb Bergman play will ever forget his great work on defense. It was almost uncanny the number of times Bergman would get the ball on rebounds, or intercept an opponent's pass. V Wes Paxson, who made the All-Southeastern Conference team along with four Kentucky play- ers, and who Coach Adolph Rupp of Kentucky said "is good enough to play with us anytime," led Georgia Tech in scoring nearly every game. Paxson is famous for his deadly set shots from quarter court and he depended on these to score nearly 250 points. WES PAXSON DICK COLLIER Tech 63 Tech 51 Tech SS Tech S4 Tech 39 Tech 52 Tech S8 Tech S5 Tech 38 Tech 47 Tech 48 Tech 65 Tech 45 Tech 46 Tech S1 Tech 28 Tech 48 Tech S4 Tech 70 Tech 46 T1-IE SEASON,S RECORD Chattanooga So. Carolina Davidson Boston College Detroit Mich. State Tulane Auburn Alabama Kentucky Tennessee Auburn Tulane Alabama Georgia Tennessee No. Carolina Duke Georgia Kentucky SOUTHEASTERN Co Tech 65 Miss. State 37 at Atlanta 34 at Atlanta 41 at Atlanta S0 at Boston Gardens 48 at Detroit 62 at Lansing 51 at Atlanta 42 at Auburn 42 at Atlanta 70 at Atlanta 43 lit Atlanta 49 at Atlanta 47 at New Orleans 64 at Tuscaloosa 44 at Athens 40 at Knoxville 58 at Chapel Hill 64 at Durham 46 at Atlanta 83 at Lexington NFERENCE TOURNAMENT S2 at Louisville Herhie Bergman 162 takes a 1'C'l70ll7Z!I llZl?'llIg the Tech-Tennessee tilt in Atlanta, as Mehen M91 of Tennessee, anzl Paxson 152 of Tech, look on. Tech won 48-43. Tech 43 Alabama 40 at Louisville Tech 53 Kentucky 75 at Louisville JIM NOLAN Nolan fleftj and Paxson frightj of Tech go up high in a vain Haines of Tech talees a rehozmil nmler the Tech basket. Other players are attempt to get the hall from Burris of Tennessee. Iones f40j, Anzlerson UQ, Mehen 1492. FRED HAINES. PAUL GODWIN COLIN ANDERSON court. Terk won 53-51. Paced by Frank Broyles, who scored 19 points, the Yellow Jackets slashed a fighting Chattanooga team, 63-37, to open their season successfully. Tech dis- played a spectacular offense the following night in Atlanta when they overcame a 12-0 deficit at the hands of South Carolina to win easily, 51-34. Captain Herb Bergman led the Tech team in whipping the unbeaten Davidson Wildcats 55-41, after which the home team went North. Boston College furnished plenty of opposition for the hitherto all-victorious Engineers as they nipped the Eagles 54-50, with 3,000 Boston followers disbelieving what they saw. Big Jim Nolan of Tech was the star of the game by virtue of holding Boston's pride and joy, Elmore Morganthaler, to a meager twelve points. The Yellow Jackets concluded their Northern journey with a sweep through the Midwest, where they played Michigan State and Detroit. The Detroit Titan team was the Hrst to take the measure of the Techsters as they won 48-395 Mich- igan State added insult to injury when they-outscored the Jackets 62-52 in Lansing. Below: Diele. Hoof of Tulane reeofue1's rr relzomnl miller tlae Greeizie basket. Broyles U91 mul Haines U42 of Tech look ou. gqfxmr Alex Atlms rlrops in two jzoinlx for a lost muse in fbe Green Wave battle with flee Yellow Iuclcefx in Ailzmirz. However, this some Ailms lezl flee Greenies fo a 47-45 win over Tesla two weeks lrzier in New Orleans. 346 Dirk Collier flrojix in two more points 01 Tesla in the Terk-Tuluize baffle Ou the Iaclcefs borne Wes Pnxsorz zlrops in one of his rlcaflly set slaozfs against Tulane. Directly in front of camera is Dick Collier of Tech. Poxson was high scorer of the battle wifla 18 points. Back in Atlanta after a fairly successful holiday trip, Tech opened the 1947 home season by out-dazzling a dazzling Tulane team 58-51, after trailing 34-21 at one point in the game. The Engineers hit the net for 55 points in Auburn the following night to beat the Tigers 55-42. An unbeaten, star-studded Alabama team furnished a little too much opposition for the Jackets in Atlanta as the Crimsons Won 42-38 in one of the most breath- taking contests played in the Flats. The old Kentucky Colonel, Adolph Rupp, brought his top-rated Kentucky Wildcat team to Atlanta next, and the Jackets forced the 'Cats to come from behind six times before Alex Groza, Jack Tingle, and Ralph Beard hit with rapid field goals to send the Kentucky five to a 70-47 victory. Wes Paxson from Jacksonville, Florida, Walked off with high point honors, Who shot the ball? Left to right: Perkins 1112 of Tulane, and Godwin 5151, Nolan 5202, and Collier f12j, all of Tech. having collected 20 points, and Herb Bergman played one of his greatest games before fouling out in the second half. ' Dirk Collier of Tech luugles wills Alex Grozn, slollur Kl'l7f7lCkJl rrulcr. Also in ilu' jairlllrc are luck Tilzgle of KCIIf'llL'k.Ql, aml Herb Bergman f21j of Tccla. The Wildcats 1'om'rrl from lmbilzzl fo wnllop rl gallant Trcb five 70-47 in Atlanta, as ex1u'rlz'rl. 347 l l FRANK BROYLES , W, - ,MW-w" I W df 'f Ji' :NA 3-1, xx. 1 , , 41 4, ,Nw .764 f aw xx A J W' M' A , gb ' 2251 ' MM , .W-225: . E L X 1 . V, z Q Q iiiflki .C.'Z'!3 4 f-I,,:? Y i1'EE1f 1 w, '- 1, -52.1.4 ,IM x ' g ff fl w?'Q:., , P Q Wes Prrxsofn slarfs io follow, just after lofting the ball to-warzls the Tennessee basket 1J0lUL"lJE1 so :loss e1fe1'yonc else, hzclmling a swarm of orange-clad Vols from Knoxwllc Still suffering from the hole left by Herb Bergman's absence, the Tech defense couldnlt stop tall Ed Koffenberger and his Duke mates as the Jackets dropped an offensive duel to the Blue Devils, 64-54, in Durham. Playing before a largely partisan Tech crowd in Atlanta, Frank Broyles, Wes Paxson, and Colin Anderson led the way as Tech rolled over the Red and Black from Athenstown, 70-46. The Engineers warmed up for the Conference tourney in Louisville by dropping an 83-46 contest to a red-hot Kentucky five in Lexington. The Jackets led by Wes Paxson and Frank Broyles stunned Mississippi State, 65-52, to successfully open their bid for the crown. Matched with highly touted Alabama in a quarter-final contest, Tech trounced the Crimson Tide 43-40, as big Jim Nolan, playing one of his best games, led the way with great play on defense and offense. He who laughs last laughs best is an old saying and it could well be applied to 'Bama. Georgia Tech was matched against Kentucky in the semi-finals, but the Wildcats again proved to be too much for the Yellow Jackets in winning 75-53. Right: Colin- Aurlersoiz jumps -with Hawlzivzx f48j of Tennessee. Also in on the play are Jim Nolan of Teclo, mul Burris M51 and Jones M02 of Te1z1zassc'e. Amlcrsorz of Tech scraps 1uiilJ Diclc Melaclz I49j of Trllrzvxsvr rrnrl an 1111- P xml: rlmllv 1 I 0 llomlr Trrb ugrml gllly lx ulmly ll ' ' f N l l I 1 nlvnllfiml Vol c'U1zrfn1:m umlcr ilu' Tm-IJ brisket. Ting 0 fI9j 0 Kuzlnzlj rzflcznplr In xlop Jim rm nr 349 CAPTAIN HERB MCAULEY FLOWERS SWI MI The Yellow Jacket tankmen opened their season on December 28, 1946, down in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Here, Johnny Hiles, sensational freshman star from Atlanta, won several events from top-flight competition in the All-Star Meet. Coach Lanoue calls Hiles, the 17-year-old ace on Tech,s Championship- team, "one of the best prospects to swim for Georgia Tech," and Hiles bol- sters this claim by his coach in setting new Southeastern Confer- ence records in the 150-yard backstroke, 220-yard freestyle, and a new varsity record in the 440-yard freestyle. Other outstanding men on the great 1947 Tech swimming combine are team captain, Herb McAuley, who set a new varsity record in the 100-yard free-style, and Has Brantley, Techas unbeaten diving champion. The 400-yard free style relay team, composed of Lawrence, Levy, Topp, and Avery or Curlin, defeated several of the most outstanding relay outfits in the South, including Duke's and Floridafs. 1 The Engineer swimmers got off to a bad start when North Carolina State upset them, 45-30, but they quickly rebounded and crushed the University of North Carolina's team Qunbeaten in 26 meetsj the following night with Hiles, Rolfe, Brantley, and McAuley leading the attack. Perhaps the best meet of the year was the SEAAU held in Athens, Georgia, where the Yellow Jackets defeatd Emory 85 to 45 in what was the feature attraction of the entire meet. Geor- gia's tankmen followed the leaders with a meager 34 points. Mcflzzlcy gets of fo zz fast slzzrf. Brantley romes of the high bozzrrl. 350 Front Row, left to riglot: Hirshberg, Kirk, Grifhn, Chapman, Edelson, Avery, Levy, Svvansong Sccmul Row: Owens, Brantley, Rolfe, Flowers, Hiles, McAuley, Topp, Curling Tloirfl Row: Coach Lanouc Tech 30 Tech 45 Tech 56 Tech 57 Tech 41 Lawerence, Schuer, Best, Williams, Grifhn, Williford, Coach Keyes. THE 1947 SWIMMING RESULTS N. C. State 4511! Raleigh Tech 45 Duke No. Carolina 30 at Clmjzcl Hill Tech 462 Florida Clemson 19 at Atlanta Tech 85 Em'y SEAAU Tennessee 18 at Atlanta Tech 55 Georgia Georgia 54 at Atlanta Tech Florida 30 at Atlanta 28 Z at Atlanta 45 at Athens 20 at Atlanta at Gr1i1zes11ille The sensational 17-your-olrl johnny Hiles on flu' mark Stellar bnrlcxholf C, nlq Il urn uorlmg n I I l 1 u ready lo go. 351 WR Slll COACHES OSINSKI AND MOLL The Team: Bottom fleft to rigfatj: Giesler Ellison, Lockridge, Watkins, Williams, Tucker SUCOIZJ Row: Cusack, Bottin fCapt.j, An- drews, Coffey, Cadenus, Harrison, Throm- hough. Tfairtl Row: Hicks, MacCullough Matthews, Bassett, Berner, Treadway, Larsen. Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Maryville College Chattanooga Davidson Duke Auburn Chattanooga Davidson VNU Maryville Auburn l Auburn CSEAAUJ il'ItlI'yZ'i1ll? Cbrzllalzoogu Davidson DIIVIJIIIII Ailanln Aflaufa Ailnula Atlafztrz Aflzmln fllllillfll Auburn Left: Coffey and Harrison. Lower Left: Matthews and Bassett. Below Larsen and Cadenus. i', ...W .... ,-. , . , ,.. ..., 2, 4 352 . . N. ,.,..., .,,. SPRIN PURTS TR CK Only a few veterans from 194S,s team greeted Coach Norris Dean as he prepared for a year that was to see all meets held on foreign soil, Grant Field being a victim of -recon- struction. Captain Dave Durst was back-so were Alternate Captain Jimm Ste hens Y P 1 Jim MacPherson, Dan Kyker, Charlie Sanders, and Bill Horne, but this group comprised the entire crop of survivors from the war-strengthened crews of the past two years. With these lads as a nucleus, Coach Dean and Assistant Coach Plaxico were faced with the task of building a team capable of holding their own against the best in the South A th ' ' s e meager group of unknowns, willing but untested, worked long and hard on Rose Bowl Field under the close watch of Coaches Dean and Plaxico, results began to show. title holder Tech's 1946 truck squad Top row Cleft to r' htl D Coach Norris Dean surveys his charges. Slowly the skeleton of the team began to H11 out. With a pitiful lack of experience-in fact with a lack of everything but pluck and deter mination and spirit-these boys plunged into a back-breaking schedule Although the team showed little promise of succeeding the Navy studded teams of the past war years as kings of the Southeastern Con ference, they, nevertheless, got the feel of the cinders and came roaring down the back stretch, barely missing. two Southern crowns. This is the story of the victories and defeats of the track team the thrills and disappointments afforded by a bunch of kids and aifew veterans who were molded into a track team, and who, before they were through, were feared throughout the entire southeast. Captain Dave Dzzrsl, SEC two-mile . lg : AN KYKER, IACK HELMS, PAT MCHUGH, IIM NOLAN, IUD PROUTY, cmd JIM MacPHERSON Bottom row: BILL HORNE, JIMMY STEVENS, AL LANSING, BOBBY IOE ANDERSON, TEX BRANSON, T 354 CAP1AIN DAVE DURST, cmd OWEN HUNTER: Bill Home clears 5'11" in the meet wiila LSU and Tulane in New Orleans. Chapel Hill, North Carolina-Dame fate chose to slap a hope- ful bunch of Yellow Jackets down for the Hrst time in two years, and she did it without mercy. Carolina, long a southern powerhouse, found sweet revenge from 1945,s shellacking and made the most of it to the tune of an 86 to 45 victory. Standouts for Tech were Captain Durst, winner of the two- mileg Fred Weigle, 100-yard dash star who looked like a Heaven-sent relief man for the faltering sprint team, Bill Horne, taking up where he left off as high jump king, and big Jack Helms, returning from the '42 squad, who took a double victory in the shot put and the discus. New Orleans, Louisiana-The yearling Jackets were still oif form and fared no better at the hands of Tulane and LSU than they did in the encounter with the Tarheels the Week before. Tulane nosed out the Tigers 62 to 60 to cop the meet, while Tech finished in third place with 42 points. But the important factor for Tech was the showing made by the mile relay team, composed of Freshman A1 Lansing, Bobby- sox Anderson, Tex Branson, and Senior Jimmy Stevens. The team, running for the first time as a unit, bested the two Bayou country rivals in a fast mile. Sister fate moved in again and handed Dave Durst his first and only defeat in the two-mile run, and Spencer Johnson of Tulane beat the Tech captain in a mad dash at the finish. Pat McHugh rails through tlae air ia llae broad jump at the AAU meet in .A'lLb7L1'7Z, Alabama. at-.1!f.aL-xg 7 ' i- V, -1, , 355 From top to bottom: lim Nolan lakes off for a illlfflill F1-ml Weiglc', slarling his spriul. Dan Kyker fillixbes his lJeaz'c of I fast. he jrwvlill. AI Lansing, fleet-fooled anchor man on Teclfs relay team. Big lack Helms turns loose the discus. Fred Weigh' closes in from fourllv to second with a blazing burst of speed at Birmingham zn the SEC meet. Athens, Georgia-Here in 'the Classic City the jackets decided to break into the win column, and they did it in fine style. Not until the final event of the day, however, did the smoke clear long enough to see that Tech had Won over Auburn by a scant four points, with host Georgia bringing up the rear. Two long heaves by Dan Kyker and lanky Jim Nolan that took first and second in the javelin throw sewed up the meet for Tech. The jubilant team that departed from Georgizfs campus bore evidence of the fact that these lads were begin- ning to move. Auburn, Alabama-On a track that was better suited for ducks, Norris Deanis lads sloshed to a well-earned second place against some of the South's best in the annual SEAAU meet. urn came back from last Week's defeat to take the title Aub before a home crowd, but not before Tech put on a last half rush that fell short only by ten and two thirds points. Dave Durst won the hearts of the rain-soaked crowd in a terrific finish that beat McKenzie of Charleston Navy by inches for the two-mile title. Owen Hunter of Tech led the field for seven laps until his ca tai t k ' h for the tape. p n oo over in t e sprint Al Lansing overcame a deficit of some ten yards and won the mile relay, as the fleet relay team continued on its unbeaten path. And this same Lansing treaded his way through a whole host of runners and twice as many mudpuddles to capture the 440. 356 TR CK R THE SEASON Georgia Tech 45 - North Carolina 86, at Chapel Hill, N. C. i Georgia Tech 44 - - LSU 61, Tulane 63, at New Orleans, La Georgia Tech 56 - Auburn 52, Georgia 18, at Athens, Ga. Georgia Tech 38M Auburn 52, S.E.A.A.U., at Auburn, Ala. Georgia Tech 44 - LSU HZ, S.E,C. at Birmingham, Ala. The Held events were predominately Tech with Helms MCH h C d , ug , arter, an Horne all taking firsts. It was a good day for Tech the were 'u t t A d , y j s ou manne , not outfought. Birmingham, Alabama-It was again just a case of too much Tiger, this time the LSU Tiger. The men of Dean placed second in the SEC meet with 44 points, LSU winning with S4 Taking only three firsts, the Jackets amassed enough seconds and thirds to outscore the favorite Tulane by three and one half points. Dave Durst continued on the victory trail in the two-mile, soundly trouncing Spencer Johnson of Tulane, to gain revenge for his previous defeat in New Orleans. Jack Helms again copped the discus with a throw of 14S', 7", and Bill Horne jumped himself into a three-way tie for first p-lace in the high jump for the second straight Week. jimmy Stevens, valuable 440 man nnrl mevnber of the Teal: relay team. B bb A 44 K Z . "eff l.y-,152 A,,.,., K 2 ,QML QM.. 42, Li lf' ,gf all f- ,ww ww fa. Q: mf. may f 3, 25242 ' '94 ff :il of f 4 , f, S 4 f My af Y 4 f 4' V 'fr ,wa fl Owe f ,f Q M ., ff jf 1 1 ' V UN! gflfff 1 ,i ff 1 1 51 'X , 52 I 51 K fr 1 y 'K 4 5 ww g5g . my af. -, 504: W., , af1aw"9'frfmw3fX'li M wif f f N151 .fe ff MMI. ga? .atezfw if ,, f:' ' I' , 22? 'fi 1 3 J W A sw, 0 , f ,kia X f 4 X Wi a - ...,. Bill Carter crosses the bar ut 12 feet in the SEC meet in Birvningloafn. 0 y foe Anderson flashy 440 sprinter. Owen Hunter, great young distance runner. 357 M. If 3 f Mug' r .sarqaesswmwff-eww' We WW COACH E. E. BORTEILL TENNIS h 6 Y ll Jacket tennis team continued the winning ways of the 1944 and the T e 194 e ow 1945 Tech tennis powerhouses by blasting every opponent except one, a power-laden Tulane Green Wave net squad, that tied the Tech team 3-3 in Atlanta early in the season. H ever the Tech team avenged this tie later on in the season when they walloped the ow , top seeded Tulane and the second seeded Vanderbilt to win the Southeastern Conference ' h h h ' h' t New Orleans The Tech squad captured five of the eig t trop ys C ampions ip a . offered in the tournament and scored 17 points to Tulane's 11 and Vanderbilt's 8. l, the A'd d b ch stellar erformers as returnee and No. 1 courtman Howard McCal 1 e y su p veteran Niles Millsap, who combined with McCall to form Tech s No. 1 doubles team, and the stalwart offerings of Tom Fowler, Ed Fryer, Ed Adams, Bobby Hill, Reed Brown, ' ld h o e of his Bert Warshaw, and Bethune, Coach E. E. Bortell was able to mo anot er n unbeaten championship teams. April April April April May May May May May SEASON'S RESULTS Georgia Evening College - University of South Carolina- Duke University ----- Tulane University - - Emory University ------ SEC Tournament at New Orleans Emory University ---- Greensboro, North Carolina - Duke University ---- Reef! Brown makes II return. xp Left: Howard McCall, Tech's brilliant singles netrncn Middle: Ed Adams, the up-and-coming two-handed edition of Pancho Segurcxg Right: Bobby Hill in aclion on Te-ch's courts. 358 - - 2 Tech - - 0 Tech - - 3 Tech - - 3 Tech - - 0 Tech Tech Tulane Vanderbilt LSU - - - 0 Tech - - 0 Tech . - 2 Tech 7 7 3 10 10 10 7 Standing, left to right: ADAMS, BROWN, WARSHAW, MILLSAP .... Kneeling: POWLER BETHUNE HILL, MCCALL. Coach Bortell's netmen were able to rack up 29 consecutive victories over a two and a half year period before Tulane came to Atlanta and tied Tech 3-3 in a match which thrilled every member of the Tech gallery from start to finish. Niles Millsap lost his first match in his combined high school and collegiate careers 10-8 and 7-5, to further show the keen, close, hard-fought matches which prevailed throughout the afternoon. The powerful, well-balanced Tech racketmen bowled over Emory twice during the season by the identical scores of 10-0, crushed Duke's Blue Devils twice 7-2 and 7-3, romped on South Carolina by 10-0, nipped Georgia Evening College 5-2, and wrecked the City of Greensboro, North Carolina, to the tune of 10-0, to give the Yellow Jackets a three-year record of 34 wins and one tie. Above rigbi: Bert War:ba1u xlanzi the ball on 4 bzzckfaavzrl 7'l'f1H'7Zj Bottom: Tc'vb's No. 1 doubles L'Clll1bi1ZL' in actiong Bottom, right: Niles Millsfzp, Sffffilf . No. 2 COZl7'fl7HI77. H9 BASEB ll After a three-year absence, baseball fans were thrilled last summer to see a reformed Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket nine take the Held under the able leadership of Coach Joe Pittard. At the end of a brief but eventful season, box scores proved the Jackets the masters of ten victories as compared to two losses. Following a practice session which carried late into the summer, the Tech nine slashed out their first Victory over a powerful Dortch team. In the fourth inning, the jackets trailed 4 to 1. Lewis Hook started off the bottom half of the fourth with a stinging COACH PITTARD line drive deep into left field, good for a triple. This aroused the Jackets to such an extent that they rallied to win the game by the overwhelming score of 12 to 4. The next victim on the list was Tech's arch rival, the Georgia Bulldogs. The Athenians invaded the Tech campus on August 6th to begin a four-game series. Led by superb batting of Hugh Wood and Jim Luck, combined with the brilliant pitching of Frank Broyles, the engineers nipped the Bulldogs with a 2 to 1 victory. STILL HOOK ADAMS 360 Iordan slealing home. BATTEN ANDERSON 46, Kalb, completing zz ci1'c'uit jaunt. KAI-'B The next two games, which were played in Athens, proved the tremendous superiority of the White and Gold team over the Red and Black clad Georgians. The Tech men lambasted the Bulldogs 14 to 4 in the first game in Athens, led by the power hitting of Broyles and Hook, both of whom hit circuit clouts. The second game was a ridiculously easy win for the Yellow Jackets as they blasted the Bulldogs off their feet with a 22 to 7 victory. Here again Lewis Hook was an important factor in the Tech triumph, with Crawford and Schoening starring in the field. For the fourth and final game of the series, the shaken and badly beaten Bulldogs journeyed to Atlanta, where the North Avenue nine murdered the Georgia team 9 to 3 to continue their winning streak. With four attempts and the same number of failures, the Georgians retreated to their clay hills for re- organization. ' To continue with her victory march, Tech sailed into North Georgia College and punched out wins of 8 to 2 and 14 to 4 over the dangerous Dahlonegans. The plucky lads from North Georgia put up a good fight, but the Jacket sting' was too much as they succumbed twice. Jim Still and Frank Key pitched a game apiece. I 361 BRO YLES I Hook with plenly of time. . The next Victim to fall before the' terrible onslaught of the Jackets was an outgunned, outmanned, outfought Covington team. The Tech nine roared to an 11 to 9 victory over the crestfallen middle Georgia lads. Led by Hook and Luck, the Jackets made a repeat performance in the second game against Covington. In the latter contest, the tide of battle swayed back and forth several times, but the power-laden Jackets came out on top. Next came a determined Dortch nine, seeking revenge, but the Jackets again Walked away with a victory. A powerful Chicopee team' came to Atlanta to open a two- game series with the Jackets. Chicopee fought hard and at times the clouds were dark for the Jackets, but when the battle was over, Tech was on top 10 to 9. i Iorclan connects Hook rloublex to left jield. 3762 t V TM -. 4. R. ... ,J --vu, Langforzl surprises catcher with a triple. To Luck for the last out. For their next game, the Tech nine traveled 'to Marietta, Georgia, for a night contest. Tech was overconhdent and cocky, and as a result, the alert, inspired Marietta team crashed through with an upset of 3 to 2. The Tech team returned home for their next game to meet a powerful Chicopee team in a return engagement. Everything the Tech team did seemed to go Wrong as the alert Chicopee nine swamped the Jackets 6 to 1. Georgia Tech can be proud of the 1946 baseball team-it was a team that had great spirit and a lot of fight as the season's Won and loss total indicates. N .wgws 'j vililiua- A , w-,f f .A -'f-'if -qv A , . I 'PV -.-r- ' ' . ' ' Broyles on zz scoring spree. 363 4 ups' ' 'K fr.- ,f A perfect peg fo home. From short lo Wood ut hrst. A 1 A N l Tbe team executing silver wnlzzl drill. I TRAMURALS Under the guidance of Coach Roy Mundorff, the Athletic Association together with several campus organizations spon- sor one of the finest intra-mural programs of any school in the country. Tournaments are arranged between the various fraternities and dormitories in such sports as football, softball, basketball, and track, and prizes are given to the winners. Intra-mural programs are also planned in swimming, bowling, and tennis, and in addition there is the freshman cake race. Keen competition and excellent sportsmanship are present in all events. Riglai: The winners in the annual Frosh cake race. Below, left: Only few more yards to the finish. Middle: Some furious action in the 8 IFC "touch', football league. Riglal: Watch those arms and elbows. G YM ASTICS Lyles Welser, who came to Georgia Tech in 1946 as an instructor in Physical Training, has recently been given the post of Gymnastics coach. At Tech, he has developed the South's first Gym team, which next year will form a nucleus to introduce the sport to the South- eastern Conference and to Southern high schools. Below, Iefi: A diiiicult hand balancing feat by Gunter, Varga, Boles. Below, right: Rothfuss and Johnston on the high horizontals. 364 ADVERTISEMENTS I DEX I0 DVERIISERS Abernathy Printing Co. . American Tire Co. . Armco Drainage . Armstrong 86 Co. . Atlanta Fish . . Atlanta Laundries. . . Atlanta Sand and Supply . Ballard Optical Co. . . 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S 1 i- in O6 4 A ,O T11 G A I M H' fm-f f 2 m Iii Ill .- I ' N 4.1 . .mlm-QJWI I . W' . E U li --F23-v 1 ,IQX V M A- JPN! T t -- M um ,gtliiillllim 826 w. PEACHTREE sT. . A Z CAcross from Bnfmofe Hotel? C0'7'PI?'Wf5 1031 PONCTE DE LEON Ave. 0 CAcross from Briarcliff Hoi-el? MAJESTIC FOOD SI-IOPS WELCOME TECH STUDENTS TO OUR NEW LOCATION V S3 NORTH AVE., N.E. Between The Peachtrees Next to Hix Green Buick Co. STREAMLINED SHOP THE MOST UP-TO-DATE FOOD SHOP IN THE SOUTH - OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY - ' MAJESTIC FOOD SHOPS Noted for Service, Quality and Neatness Since 1929 E IOYFUL INEXPENSIVE HEMLOCK 4665 B I G T G W N SCARRATT'S GARAGE, INC. 0 Heal-eatzon 21 HOUR SERVICE ' -9 AT FIVE POINTS - - lon EDGEWOOD AVENUE Charlie Scarratt 588 Spring Street, N.W. One of A77ZKTiCH,X Finest ATLANTA GA ATLANTA, GA. , D 369 Victory Motors "THE SOUTH'S FINESTU + Distributors of DODGE 9 PLYMOUTH DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS NORTH AVENUE ATLANTA LITTLE MARGIN SHOP VE. 6396v RICHARD ALEWINE, Mgr. 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Hot, Sweet or Long Hair! Every kind of recorded music from Bach backward to B.C.g from Bach forward to Boogie- Woogie-vvelve really got them! Originals, imports, the latest re- leases-come in any time, day Prof.: If there are any morons in this room, please stand up." All was quiet for a while, but finally a freshman rose at the back of the room. Prof.: "Why do you consider yourself a moron?,' Student: "It isrft that I consider myself a moron, it's just that I hate to see you standing alone." WITH BEST WISHES OF . . . The Lovable Brassiere or night. Q Company "Record: From All lhe World" OPEN EVENINGS + TYLER'S GRAMAPHONE SHOP VE. 4747 845 Peachtree St., N.E. ATLANTA GEORGIA ATLANTA BILTMORIE PHARMACY R. D. LEEDS The Store of Personal Service PHONE I-IEMLOCK 2353 BILTMORE HOTEL ATLANTA, GA. Home Furnisfaers for More Than a Half Century Sfelec iyd ATLANTA ATHENS DALTON MACON ROME I W 1-'NRf'I'l'Y e l Q Every Glass Mecbanically Washed and Sterilizer! . . CURB SERVICE . . . 1. i SERVE EIGHT GREAT SOUTHERN CITIES ATLANTA The Ansley "Joe" Crocy, Manager BIRMINGHAM The Tufwiler Ira Paffon, Manager NEW ORLEANS The SI. Charles John "Mike" O'Leary, Vice President 81 Gen. Mgr. SAVANNAH The Savannah George Fowler, Manager NASHVILLE The Andrew Jackson Len Murrell, Manager MONTGOMERY The Jefferson Davis Homer Spiva, Manager LOUISVILLE The Kenfucky James Rushin, Manager GREENSBORO The O. Henry Leon Womble, Manager CARLING DINKLER. Presideni CARLING DINKLER, Jr.. Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr. 372 Atlanta Sand 81 Supply Co. R O L L O WASHED SAND U 4 602 FORSYTH BLDG. ATLANTA 3, GA. WALNUT 3302 Must be fiat feet!! FRANK M. SPRATLIN W. EUGENE HARRINGTON ERNEST M. CANTRELL FRANK M. BOSTON, JR. H. DEAN SPRATLIN A Sprallin, Harrinqlun Ei. 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WE TOP 'EM ALL CHAS. N. WALKER ROOFING CO. 3 8 YEARS SNS T T 'I' . , V. Pres. - Eng. . WA. 5 747 STARCHES ...ForAII... TEXTILE PURPOSES 4 IIIINIIIN INDUSTRIES, INC CLINTON I IOWA 56 99 Have a Coke f It's the friendly high-sign BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY THE ATLANTA COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO HENRY L. REID COMPANY 'T 1103 PEACHTREE ST., N.E. 4 Compliments of . . RADIO - ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES - SERVICE RECORDS 4 MAX AUTO PARTS co "Atlantis Pioneer Radio Dealef' - Established 1921 - . BUICK CENTER wi? HIX GREEN BUICK COMPANY NORTH AVENUE . . . BETWEEN THE PEAC1-ITREES HALLMAN BROTHERS GENERAL CONTRACTORS 1157 W. PEACHTREE STREET, N.E. A EW VERNON 6688 ATLANTA, GA. "ffff"'f-"' 376 INCANDESCENT LAMPS Philadelphia Uniform CO. FLUORESCENT LAMPS AND FIXTURES E ll'lC0l'P0l'Cll'ed RADIO TUBES - - ELECTRONIC DEVICES 4 Manufacturers of Uniforms Military Clothing Caps and Equipment CONSHOHOCKEN, PA. SYLVANIA Electric Products, Inc. + 1223 William - Oliver Building Atlanta Georgia i Get a load of that Hai!! .4 + C 0 m -1, I i m 9 n t S Compliments of . . . Of JACK PEARCE GENERAL OUTDOOR ADVERTISING Lucky Strike Bowling Alley 4 + ? Fashionable Writing Papers "Keep Ahead of Your Hair . d I" 'KO4 d VIR . . . an . . . Q 7 Blue Horse 29 'Hills 12 :I -5 L, Paper School Supplies The Varsity Barber Shop MONTAG'S ' A T L A N T A TECH STUDENTS WELCOME 377 L. RALPH BUSH Registered Electrical Engineer J. I-I. GEFFKEN, Associate E. K. AUSTIN, Associate Registered' Electrical Engineers ATLANTA GEORGIA ATLANTA FISH INC. SEA-FRESH SEA FOODS 602 MEANS ST., N.W, HEMLOCK 3912 ATLANTA, GA. Willingham - Tift Lumber Company LUMBER MILLWORK 866 MURPHY AVENUE RAYMOND 4121 WARP SIZING PENETRANTS SHUTTLE DRESSING N HBO Sarge: "I suppose when you get our of the Army you'll be Waiting for me to die so that you can spit -- -- --iq L on my gravef, if AQ Rookie: "No, Sarge. After I shed this uniform, I SQFTENERS ALKAL13 never want no stand in line again." YARN CONDITIONING MACHINES SEYDEL - WOOLLEY 81 CO. ATLANTA, GA. HE. 3492 C om Lblimen ts of CHAPMAN REALTY CO. R E A L T 0 R S A 4 BULLOCK SALES -- RENTS -- LEAsEs MANUFACTURING CO. + 71 FORSYTH ST., NAV. MA. 1638 378 MERLIN GROCERY CO Congratulations . WHOLESALE GROCERS coo "Catering fo Tech Fraternities" A -Distributors- 4 ATLANTA, GEORGIA 125 Decatur St., S. E. MAin 5 83 1 WYLIE W. CROWE JOE J. PERRY ' Lows MERLIN '35 GREETINGS to Students and alumni everywhere. We share your interest in the advancement Of 01111 alma mater, Georgia Tech. INCORPORATED c7ZrcZz'Zec'Z.s' and 63?eyZl?2Q92'!.Y ATLANTA X, . Z9 Years' Nationwide Experience Covering Types I Of Projects. Y. ,f---. .-:-"' 'I , '3' ' :xxx .f X 4 , 'Ax 1 . .Qu "X If ' "- Za . ' 1 , . - .. : EJB. -,aw 'li 1 n-.-r. .v CZ'l1'?m.PmA 70 NORTH AVENUE, N. XV. Thr' big u,'fJcfz'ls gfjblllt' il Hp!! 379 - I L I. I YW? I X 1 'YEIMBW-II'I I .2, I I GEORGIA TECH COLLEGE INN AT LAWSON GENERAL HOSPITAL 4 GEORGIA TECH COLLEGE INN AT NAVAL A111 STATION Comp-liments 0 f AGEN FROZEN FOODS Distributed by CAPITOL FISH CO. 455 WHITEHALL ST., S. W. WA. 2770 YANCEY BROTH ERS CO. ROAD BUILDING MACHINERY CONTRACTORS' EQUIPMENT 634 Whitehall St., S. W. ATLANTA GEORGIA Golian Steel 81 Iron Co. SERVICE SPECI ALI STS 5 ENGINEERS . . . FABRICATORS ERECTORS Steel Structures and Grnamental Iron 4 Executive Ojices: Works: 5 IVY BLDG., EAST POINT, ATLANTA, GA. GA. . .. I , t .V , .V.,,.,.,f,,,,H "East Side, West side- All Around the Town . . .' 475 W. PEACHTREE ATLANTA EAST POINT BUCKHEAD WEST END DECATUR The Best Automotive Repairmen Buy From GENUINE PARTS CO. The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company ESTABLISHED 1 847 The HURD J. CRAIN AGENCY Rhodes-Haverty Bldg. ATLANTA, GA. A young engineer and his girl friend were walking down Peachtree Street when a bird flew over them and deposited something in the girl's hat. "Quick," cried the girl. "Give me 21 piece of paper." "Why,', said the boy. "I-le's probably three blocks away by now." C' mplimenu af . . . J. A. JUNES IIONSTRUCTIUN C0 CONTRACTORS am! BUILDERS -l- Compliments of. American Tire Company Inc. + Georgia Sporting Goods and Athletic Equipment, Inc. "Relax with Sports" 2-4 NORTH AVE., N.W. ATWOOD 3593 ATLANTA, GA. V Mrs. HiII's Sandwiches Special Orders for PARTIES AND PICNICS 4' MRS. HlLL'S FOOD PRODUCTS 24 WADDELL ST., N.E. JACKSON 07 3 1 D0n't blame it on Sideways!! HOTEL and RESTAURANT SUPPLY co., mc. MANUFACTURERS and DISTRIBUTORS Equipment for RESTAURANTS - CAFETERIAS - INSTITUTIONS HOSPITALS - SCHOOLS - HOTELS - CLUBS 382 West Peachtree Street, N. W. Tel. WAlnut 7451 Atlanta, Ga. Tom Slate Athletic Equipment Company 592 PEACHTREE ST., N. E. ATLANTA, GA. Complete line of Rawlings, Spalding, Reach, Wright 86 Ditson, Brooks Shoes, Riddell, Pennsylvania Rubber Co., Grandville Sweaters. TED ZUBER, Representative Tennis and Badminton Expert Restringing . by A. P. JETTE For permanent "SNAPS" Of your time at Tech . . . take your film to the nearest GASTON Snapshot Station. See Page 166 of the Classified Phone Book or call . . . WA. 7189 B STU ' Z?.fiZ?EOT 2 5 9 PEAc1-TTREE, N.E. SERVING GEGRGIA TEGH STUDENTS fre straws may This ls No Joke, Son , Q . Our policy is to give the best possible service to the students at the lowest possible cost. During the past year we feel that we have made definite progress in this direction, and wish to express our appreciation to the student body for their con- siderate cooperation. GEGRGI TEGH GGLLEGEINN 7 WGST THE GEORGIA TECH STATION 920 On Your Dial W NEWS and THE BEST in RADIO ENTERTAINMENT For . .. Compliments Of Ernest H. Abernathy Publishing Co., Inc. and Walter W. Brown Publishing Co., Inc. 75 THIRD ST., N.W. ATLANTA, GA. During a Christmas exam, one of the questions was "What causes a depression?" One of the stu- dents on pro wrote: "God knows I don't. Merry Christmas!" The exam paper came back with the prof's notation: "God gets 100. You get zero. Happy New Year!" 1 - :cs c nEAM 'IHC BETTER KINDGPURE ICE CREAM WA. 4968 WA. 4969 WA. 4970 54 ALABAMA ST., S. W. Compliments of . . MINNIE QUARTS and RICHARD L. HULL + , IRVINDALE FARMS, INC. E nAA1m5,fE RECORDS JEWELRY RADIOS and APPLIANCES + 3079 PEACHTREE RD. CH. 7711 QAt Pace's Ferryj When in Need of "FURNITURE WORTHY OF YOUR HOME" It Will Pay You to Investigate Our Stocks TERMS ARRANGED TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE FULTON FURNITURE CO., INC. 123-125 W1-IITEHALL STREET, S.W. - THROUGH TO 108 S. BROAD ST. W A L N U T 9 5 6 0 PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED Quick Delivery Service + For The Best In DRUGS and SUNDRIES ..Call... McFarIand's Pharmacy I HEMLOCK I 0263 0 , A. KOSTER, Proprietor 696 West Peachtree Over Thirty Years' Buick Service in Atlanta BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS EXPERT WHEEL ALIGNMENT Ralph Cannon Auto Service 251 TECHWOOD DRIVE, N.W. MAIN 0711 "It Pays Five Ways" 0 1 ACCIDENT - SICKNESS - HOSPITALIZATION ' LIFE INSURANCE AND RETIREMENT INCOME Q The Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company EMORY L. JENKS, C.L.U., General Agent fClass '23j Ab fond -memories!! nuns -+"""'4 Tiolene . Q,"'Auv.'l"y Compliments Wofford Oil Company 1 of Georgia DISTRIBUTORS OF PURE OIL PRODUCTS BE SURE WITH PURE G. A. BEATTIE, President Complimenu 0 SPECIALTY IIISIRIBUIING I IIIIMPANY Secretary: "Boss, I'm quitting. I have a new position." Boss: "Well close the door and come on i We Recommend . . . MORNING GLORY BUTTER TENNESSEE EGG CO., INC. DISTRIBUTOR WALNUT 6775 189 SPRING STREET, S. W. PERDUE 81 EGLESTON B. M. DUBOSE ' Agents . HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE Co. HARTFORD ACCIDENT Sc INDEMNITY Co. Trust Co. of Georgia Bldg. Atlanta, Ga. HEALTH PROTECTION CLOTHES P OTECTIU N su ,gucxp ll-lo. lg 'Q 'z Q 'S '2 v Op. 0? -' G DWI GOLD SHIELD MAY'S . . . PIEDMONT . . . GUTHMAN . . DECATUR . AMERICAN. . . . EXCELSIOR. . . CAPITAL CITY . . I-IE WA WA DE MA WA VE 5300 7651 8661 1606 1016 2454 4711 The 1947 BLUE PRINT is again cased in a MOLLOY MADE cOVer-repre- . senting the highest quality of cover craftsmanship available. ' + The S. K. Smith Company 285 7 NORTH WESTERN AVENUE CHICAGO 18, ILLINOIS For Superior Quality in Shoe Repair Let . . MAC's SHOE REPAIR REBUILD YOUR SHOES FOR LASTIN G WEAR . . . SPECIAL SERVICE FOR ALL TECH STUDENTS . . . - Shoes Called for and Delivered - Student Representatives HARRY LICHTWARDT VERNON 92 8 3 TEX BRANSON 388 Homer Lumber Company Everything for the Home Builder DRY LUMBER - - BUILDING MATERIALS PLYWOOD - - INSULATION Bnyliin Tuul 8 Supply Eu. SAFETY BELT LACE COEEING HOISTS 4 MILL SUPPLIES MECHANICAL RUBBER GOODS PIPE AND PIPE FITTINGS Tiiiggigfgkllgiigs TELEPHONE S 62 GLENN ST., SW 67 Courtland Street CYPRESS 7781 ATLANTA, GA. ATLANTA GEORGIA MAIN 3 34 5 -6-7 THE CHRI TH M CHI IERY 00. CORINTH, MISS. MANUPAETUHEHS The CORINTH Line of SAWMILLS AND EDGERS 389 X SOUTHEASTERN STAGES H U RT 81 Q U I N INC. I 4 4 INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS The Way To Travel Between Q ATLANTA ATHENS AUGUSTA STANDARD BUILDING CHARLESTON SAVANNAH ATLANTA GEORGIA RAYMOND CONCRETE PARTY FAVORS PI of Every Description PENNANTS : BUTTONS : FELT NOVELTIES + FLAGS : BANNERS : BADGES UNUSUAL GIFTS FOUNDATION ENGINEERS ' and CONTRACTORS NEW You ATLANTA GENERAL SPECIALTY co. Costumes For Rent CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE Compliments CAPITAL AUTOMOBILE CO. of ELWYN TOMLINSON, President Authorized Dealer DUFFlE'S TAVERN WEST PEACHTREE COpposite Biltmore Hotely Fulfpn Supply Company CHANDLER MACHINERY ' INDUSTRIAL T E X T I L E , Machine Tools CONTRACTORS Metal Working Machinery Supplies and Machinery Air Compressors Electric Motors MAIN 3400 ATLANTA, GA. 120 HoUsToN ST., N. E. ATLANTA, GA. 390 Graduute To . . . FLOR DE MELBA + "The Cigar Supreme" Royal Cigar S1-gre 4 J.N.HIRSCH SCHWARTZ'S DISTRIBUTOR 144 Marietta Sr., N. W. ATLANTA + Two small negro boys were sitting on 21 curb. One turned to the other and said, "Ah,s five, how old is you?" "Ah doan know. Ah guess ah's five, too." "Does you dream of wimmen?" uN0Pe-as "Yo's only fohf, ,, 3 ,j ,WJ w 3, ,-3gvN V- ' I -- 1 ,ie D 2-fxg fi . .J . . f'fgg,f3Z5i'1fSf3ifi :HVYE V , X ,. ,fl 4 " J' .f " , 4 'L A -. 21 .' -' AAz ',1i5lQ-,f x ' X14-LT . , ' Q .Iz,."NQQ ','3:, 7 mf 'ifrk V 33 ,- 'V FWL- We f in ff . Ms.. ,E ,, ,V , - UN fu ,J ,a,.,., , ., L .. i, ,f JA 'MA , fe- '19, 1 .QQ-, , , , . ,, ., QQ.. .5 , ., , . f 4 -,f U, - N. ' , 25 I ,- ' I . ,Z aw, M. If , 5 ,-1 ,vi 3 ,f gg,-3ig,gig,4 K , vu M - P - - 15. - ' 1, 4? ' 5' , A Wm' ' ,,.. ff C. ' , 'Z-' 195- - 1: 3 . S J ' Y gf gl v' ' . Jfiiff I , . - .:Z,. ff.. :JY - ,. F-Mig' f ,L. .: l,..' , 'v,,f ' jf K, , gf -' rf-V' ' W 'I 5 I 2 'fp ' I ef .4 F f' ' :M , iw 'M M 4 1-as . ' af ' vimwgw' y, ',"Qj. -'38 He ff ,, ' :JW , V , , H, : -A ,. 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Do you try to stop but only go so far? 3. Do you make promises and try to keep them but cannot? 4. Does alcohol relieve you when extremely nervous? 5. Do you resent your family and friends trying to help? 6. Do you feel that there is something Wrong but ca.n't ex- plain why you keep on drinking? . Does the night before leave you very nervous next day? . Do you iind it harder to stop drinking each time you quit and start drinking again? Is drinking affecting your home and business but you won't admit it? 10. Does one drink call for another until you humiliate your family and friends by being irresponsible? 11. Do you experience mental haziness and lack of concen- tration after a debauch? 12. Do you begin to get nervous and irritable when you have gone a certain length of time without drinking, but get relief soon after you have had several drinks? 13. Do you know in your own mind that you are slipping? 14. Has drinking passed the playful stage with you? If any seven of the fourteen questions above apply to you personally, you are a potential alcoholic-it is time to stop now for good, as continued use of alcolwl can only lead to increased suffering. In from seven to ten days' treatment at the White Cross Hospital every one of the above symptoms is completely re- moved with no further desire or craving for alcohol in any form. The White Cross treatment has gained the Interest, Respect and Good Will of leading business and professional 'men and women in Atlanta and throughout the Southf u W'rite or phone WAlnict 7042 for confidential information or personal interview. Folder sent upon request. Mn! S9 C 4o4'Pi1"'v DR. H. N. ALFORD, Director 301-5 Boulevard, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia Copyright 1945, H. N. Alford, Atlanta. DRINK AND ENIOY I . . FOREMOST MILK AND Donald Duck Orange Ade Server! at the COLLEGE INN AND BRITTAIN HALL ENIOY Q POTATO CHIPS A SALTED PEANUTS PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICI-IES POPCORN Drennon Food Products Co. ATLANTA, GA. I Wogstoff Motor Co., Inc. Dixtribzzfors DE SOTO AND PLYMOUTH CARS PARTS WHOLESALERS Mo-PAR PARTS AND ACCESSORIES ENGINEERED AND INSPECTTED BY CHRYSLER CORPORATION Now In Our New Home SPRING AT EIGHTH Phone AT. 275 1 Catering to therneeds of young home- makers for more than 60 years. I Southern Homefurnishers Since 1885 0 ATLANTA O SAVANNAH 0 CHARLESTON I COLUM- BIA 0 GREENVILLE I BIRMINGHAM 0 MONTGOMERY 0 CHATTANOOGA O MEMPHIS 0 DALLAS 0 HOUSTON 0 LITTLE ROCK 0 NEW ORLEANS 0 JACKSONVILLE 0 TAMPA O SHREVEPORT 0 RICHMOND 0 AUGUSTA LANE PHOTO SERVICE DAN LANE I1f'x Knowing How That Makes the Dijferclffe. ga Q M663 Gordon S Hepa Pomro cl-nPs L kf th Ltt1RdT kLbl F U L T O N B A G Vllllgen Zhu lsuyl If ns ifournguarazitge Compliments 0 of Freshness and Fmest Qualxty 'k POTATO CHIPS U n d -x SALTED PEANUTS 4: PARTY PACK NUTS D LN -ur ASSORTED NUT MEATS QE? -ar PEANUT BUTTER SANDIVICHES C o T T 0 N M I L L S -:ASSORTED cANDrEs J' x -x CAKES A COOKIES Gono n 'kt 049 'Y POTATO STICKS omrggu Hlhsw 'QQ GURDUN l'00DS me 5 Atlanta Loulsvnlle Birmingham Memplns Nashville f Q . . S - . NI !iiL'Z,5,,.' . x' . I fo.q,W " -X1 - .J l:i?"'n,,,. A 11:0 'Iv-Y "ar-,,, "'-'1.,.,fYs0,, Iv: Q. "-Zf""fwDo""Q:0: 1.,,.:.'..., X '44 lv... I X , w N Y 1 A i . 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