McCallie High School - Pennant Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)

 - Class of 1925

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' r.s,f,-,fn .. 4 mr. -vw -vs-w,.vuv4.w-amy:-an: ev. -m--'wx .'g.fw::-.vf:.x..nu, - ,,V.-l- x X f XM. X N V X, N x 7 3 . , Nl, X ix 'N , I, AW?" 'N 1 , -1, 1, Hx 41 1, ., f .nk ff .--,A ' A.. Q N V, . 9' , la- N -L k 'xx K? 1 . w---- 0 ROBERT JORDAN SIMS Editor-in-Chief HUGH LEA JENKINS Busmess Manager Q THE PENNANT YEAR Boorc OF MCCALLIE SCHOOL CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Published by the Senior Class I 9 2 5 Ti Xf H.. ,wana ' V :fi .J - rrrrrrrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrr , rrrrrrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrir rrrrrrrrrrr The PENNANT Staff, in pub- lishing this, our Annual for nine- teen hundred and twenty-five, has endeavored to create a record of the achievements of you and your fellow classmates. We have also undertaken to give it a personal touch, so that in memory's after- glow the past may be presented vividly and bring to mind the happy days spent at lVlcCallie. To have published it has been our pleasureg to have you enjoy it is our desire. The 1925 Pennant ROBERT SIMS .... .............. . . . . .Editor-In Cfnef HUGH JENKINS . . . . .... Business Manager LEWIS SCHOFIELD . . . . Advertising Manager FULTON TWINAM . ........ . . Art Editor EDITORIAL STAFF FAY MURPHY, Associate Editor Assistant Editors CLIFFORD PURSE WALLACE LAYSON JOE ALLEN WILLIAM VERNER DAVID LOVEMAN WILLIAM ROBERTS CLARENCE EDWARDS BEN TALLET VERNON WRIGHT MANAGERIAL STAFF CARRIGAN WILSON CHESTER WATKINS JULIAN HOPE THOMAS LITTLETON RICHARD REYNOLDS, Associate Business Manager Assistant Managers ARNOLD EDGERTON SCOTT BROWN ARTESTAFF FULTON FFWINAM, Arl Editor EDWARD WALKER, Assistant Art Editor PHOTOGRAPHIC STAFF EDWIN NORMAN CHESLEY RICE FACULTY ADVISER5 BOYCE D. KITCHINCS, JR. ........... ....... E ditor C. V. BROWN, JR. ........,.... . Business Manager T. H. MCMILLAN, JR. ..,... . Advertising Manager C. E. CANNON 6 -is -f, QQ NTEINJTS BOOK BOOK BOOK BOOK BOOK BOOK BOOK . . SCHOOL . . . CLASSES . . ATHLETICS . . .AAHJTARY ORGANIZATIONS . . 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WENDELL Fnownks WKBN AB Ifutructor nn Engluh f ,Q- 'Y A Aim: lg 1 situ ' . . 'jx QQ ' , ' 'r' 35 .h j+::...-2.1 NS I ef ,H cfm! X jx' zz! hh . 3 v Y 'J V, M . - ' jf fx -4'Yfff" -'N ' Q, ' ' 'I 1 fx V f ,LQ xl- ' , " . A A f QL"-13-H'--Q -W , ,X ,, , H1 W . ww .-ga f - ka -.MA L , 4 THE PENNANT ,EX E0 1 9 5 I I X 05' aq"' noQQof::.,,f3,,::,DDeo-Iodpooioovoo W ll I L The McCallie .Faculty Romani' FRANKLIN DAVIDSON, A.B. Instructor in Grukg Track Coach. GRAHAM GORDON LACYQ, A.B. - Instructor in Mathunaticsg Assistant Athletic Coach. BEN HUDDELSTON SMITH, B.S. Instructor in Mathematicsp Head Coach in Athleticss Cx-lAnLns VICTOR BpqwN, jx., B.S. . Instructor in Science. U LYMAN -HELNDERSON HARRIQ, Jn., A.B. Instructor in Spattish. Mcruum LEE, SAGER, A.B. Instructor in Mathematics: iflssistant in Athlftics. Bovcs DEXTER KITCHING, Jn., B.S. Instructor in English and Military Tactics. EARLAND E, GRAVES, B.S. Instructor in Manuol Training and Drawing. THOMAS MCCALLIEV Dlvmn, B.S. 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This group of fifty men, fired with ambition and noble endeavor, possessed of high ideals and moral stamina, girded for toil in broader fields, will continue to reflect credit upon their Alma Mater. They have been foremost in every constructive activity of the school. The ad campaign was brought to a successful close through their efforts, a bigger and better PENNANT has been published, the tremendous success of both the play and the minstrel was due to' their personal interest and support 3 the Honor System has been strengthened and guarded as a priceless heritage, a class memorial has been left 3 a school paper has been established-the Tornado-which is of, by, and for the students. Under the able leadership of President Marting, the class has made a notable record. It is now history. The glory is theirs. M -,gil-1:-I. Y 30 X - j2I2.T+ J ug 1i1fi.I,',E,.'5'fxM gf T .M x x 'D . X'xv Y 5 'I 1 ,, f ,fu ' 'V .ff 'F K 929 , T, N5 'x 4 'ff '. KA lx ff. N. Hi - ,. 'WZ' df- ,,f,,,.. -.-pf -,. . : , , ,f ., :V ' ' ' 1' ' 'ff f" - ,Lf I . X lfnmxk MAR1 ING C'1,n-'I-'okn I'UKslc .'xlHiRNA'HlY lifxsnlxsxl Blcx mix' Iimvlxs liooxx Bulfokn, IZ. BLFVURD, J. Bums K'Al.nwm,r. cv.-XRSON K'A'r0N l,l1PRli P1nCEk'l'0N S CI'li0I' Class OFFICERS . . Pl'f'5i1fl'IIl ARN l'in'-l'r'rsiJ1'11l MRS Mlsmmfks Iilmvvmms I':I.I.lO'I"l' Fmwr: Fous'r CQRADY HALL I IAWKINS H HNDRYX HOPE -IHKINS JONES Klxr: mn lfI1GliR'l'0N . . G. H. MAk'rxNr: . . KIPKA I.AYSON Ifllrzukaux I.l'1"rx.E'roN MCCEURE MAR'l'IN MARTING Moonv MURP1-mv NICHOLS PAYNE PEACH Snrrlary- Trrasurn' . . . .Sponsor PHILLIPS Puksu SIMS STIQPHPINS 'l'01.x.m' VHRNER vox 'I'om2I, XVALKER XVHITE VVIIITSON Wrnsow VVOODVVARD YVRIGHT sr 1 1 'ii jf I ROBERT SIDNEY ABERNATHY, JR. WINTEK HAVEN, FLORIDA Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '24-'25, President Y. M. C. A., '25, Student Council, '25, Pocket Testa- ment League: Iniirmary Assistant: Prize Pla- toon, '24g XVanderers' Clubg Douglas Hall Foot- ball Team: Demosthenes Literary Society, Min- strel, Corporal Company "A", Pennant Store Staff. Robert has been a leader in both seholarship and Y. M. C. A. work since coming to Mc-Callie. in his class work is near the top. been one of the real leaders in Y. M. C. A. has been fortunate to man as its lcader. He has many His average and he has school. The have such a friends among the students and faculty who will regret to see him leave. He will enter Davidson this fall. I1 mnxyggg 3111 1 rl kwin? 'N rar will Ns! 0 ' W., fs ' Jlfwl Lipin- Ill' 4, 'V " I .1 1,,'jmc3kf.Lii ff ','N , A A, ft IIIJI f fltlllll l t 7' ,lx , F' , V nfl' 1" s Ii' HORACE MCCALL BASHINSKI DUBLIN, GEORGIA Graduate Student, '24-'25: Orchestra, '23-'2-lv '25, Band, '23-'24-'25, Minstrel, '24-'25, Y. M. t'. A., '23-'24-'25, Cabinet, '24-'25, Pocket Testa- ment League, '23-'24-'25, Student Couneil, '24g Len VVhite Literary Society, '23-'24-'25, Play, '24-'25, Georgia Club, Debutante Club, '24-'25, Although a member of last years graduating Glass. Horace returned this year for some post- graduate work. He has maintained an unus- ually high record in scholarship in addition to being prominently and actively identitied with several leading school activities. His good na- ture, friendliness, musical talent and skill in tennis have won for him an enviable reputation on the campus. He 1-an make a saxophone moan, groan, and earry on, and can shake a mean pair of dogs. WN'e know that he will make cqually as good a reeord at the Univer- sity of Georgia. l f-, - V - "". rxfx' '.r"g' .X .. 1' ' -. : A 1 'm . - 1, . . oe. l , TL X., ,A ,J 1 I if-f, , .,-.Y-A Q Xl aku- .-, , ICLBERT LAFAYETTE BICKLEY FLORENCE, ALABAMA Fourth Twnn Footlmll, '2-lp Douglas Hull Football Tvaxn, '25: Len White Literary S04-it-ty, '24-'25p Mlnstrvl, '253 Hnnd, '24-'25g Junlor Uluss Hut-wbull Teum, '24p Y. M. t'. A., '24-'25: Alu- luunn Club, '24-'25g Truck Squad, '25, Of the mnny boys that we have from Ala- lmnm, "Blok" is one of the most popular, both nmong fuvulty and studs-nt body. Although a trifle small for the varsity athlvtlvs, he took a v4-ry ru-tive part ln thx- e-nnnllvr tm-ums. Hs- also hold a vs-ry important plum- ln the Dranmtia- tlluh, and was always ax strong hal-ker of every student fu-tlvlty. Bm-sides taking at vt-ry nm-tlvv part ln outside uffulrs, he stood out as one of the he-Ht stud:-nts ln his 1-lass. lls- lm-avvs il grvnt numlwr of frh-mls who wish hlm the best of lurk ut Vnmls-rhllt, wha-rv hm- will prolmbly go next yvnr. BERNARD B. BLEVINS CHATTANOQGA, TsNNEssss Varsity Baseball, '23-'24-'25g Monogram Cluhg Sergeant Company "B," '24g Third Team Bas- ke-tlmll, '22: Third Tm-nm Foothull, '22-'23g Ser- gvzmt-nt-Arms l'1zmiel VVQ-hster Literary Society, '235 Prvsldent Jamvs Fe-nimore Cooper Litvrnry Sovivty, '2l: Pocket Testament League. M4-Callie was give-n another staunch support:-1' in 1919, when Hvrnurd ont:-re-d sc-hool. He lm' me-diutely entered ztthletlrs and hem-anle a star on the- thlrd football lillllll. He- has played thrs-e years on tho varsity lmsohall team. llc- possosses leadership, wit, and pe-rsonnlity. "lr AlN'T TOOTHACHQZ, lT's cl.lMAx." A A TH SATISFY , ' 9 cf Uwdm! E CAMEL .. EY 1 3. 'fl.'. f jijgyff 1.6. ID A gllllllll w l WWE V .Q 1 "l-IABANA EL STIN ,MEll0WfD V I W--gm in TIM, IN THE SEWER? ' M V W y4 Q 'E"XQQff::A-,,,:f'i? l yl Niffi? In ,K f '- fi.i-.xxx 1lii,N.+i- LUTHER EARSKINE BOONE cHA1'rANoocA, TENNESSEE Varsity Football Squad, '23-'24, Varsity Basketball, '24, Varsity Basketball, '25, Varsity Track, '25, Varsity Baseball, '23-'24-'251 Cap- tain Varsity Baseball, '25g Monogram Club, '24- '25g Picked Company, '21-'22g Uncle Remus Lit- erary Soviety, '21-'22g Critic: Daniel VVebster Literary Society, '23: Sergeant-at-Arms Daniel NVebster Literary Society, '24, Band, -'23. Since r-omlng to Meflallie in 1918, Luther has made a wonderful athletic ref-ord as well as an unusual record in scholarship. Also, he has made a host of friends through his genial dis- position and good nature and is a soldier of no mean ability. He is one of the few ms-n that has made a letter in each of the four major activities. His talents are not confined to ath- letics alone. He talks to the feminine listeners in a noteworthy fashion, for, so they say, "the light that lies in woman's eyes" attravts him as a. candle does a moth. He will make a great man at College- JP THOMAS EDMONDSON BUFORD MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE Varsity Football, '24g Monogram Club, '25: Track Squad, '25'g Pocket Testament League: Y. M, C. A.g Tennessee Club: Sergeant-at-Arms Domosthenes Literary Soc-ietyg Company "A." Some people have heard of prodigies in one line or another, but when it 4-omes to prodigics in all lines, we naturally look to Ed. His pop- ularity finds witness in his many friends and admirers among the boys and flappers. He soon showed his ability as a gridiron star and was a lrulwark of strength on the team. XVo are proud of him and regret to see him leave. 1 ,,.. J' i I F I-. l .I I , I T H E PE NNA N fe I I I I. if IIT -III -I. J , I II I 9 2 .9 . I I I "Cf X I- In db, I IT: 'fag lf' 'FP I . 1-" I - " II, -t L I I I I'x ' I 'I I I I I I I I I I I , I I II I I I I , . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I ' I I I In , If JAMES MCDONALD Bb FORD MELVIN BURNS I' II ACKSON MISSISSIPPI CHATTANOOGA TENNESSEE IA! II I 9 'I II Lon Nvhlte Literary Soc-I1-ty, '23, '24, '25, Y. Pocket Testament League, Company "B," '22, I I M. C. A., '23, '24, '25, Pocket Testament League, Band, '23, '24, '25: Sergeant in Band, '24, '25, I I '24, '25, Tennis, '24, '25, Basn-hall Squad, '25. Daniel Wvehster Literary Society, '22, '23, '24, I I I Woodrow Wilson Literary Society, '25, Saxo- I I I "Jimmie" vnme to Mc-Callie last year from phone Sextet, Minstrel. I I Mississippi and he qulvkly won the friendship I I of all the boys and texwhurs. He is a splendid Melvin came to Mc-Callie a number of years I I student and ls well xunong the highest in schol- ago and has made many friends here. He has I I I urshlv. "Jlmmlv'S" only fault IS his great love taken an ac-tive part ln the McCallie Band, and . II for vnmpused life. Although not an athlete, ls a saxophone player of no little ablllty, as II he Wm always hv fflllfld M UH' Kamik b8l'klDH evidenced by the fact that he is in the sextet I his tc-um to the end. "Jimmie" does not know this year. He ls a. member of the Morning to what 11111080 hi! will 1-IO. but we life SUF9 he Jun:-tion Club, and is on regular duty tlve days will YUBKH Kood Wherlfvlfl' he KORS. R114 the best a week. He wlll enter the University of Chat- I wlshefl for his 81100085 H0 with him fI'0m 9V9l'Y tanooga this fall, and we are sure he wlll make I I Mt-Callie man. a creditable record there. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ,I pg fr I PRESIDIIIITNIIIIIII IEIIIININ . I I I- W7 I ' I I I I 1 6 fm ' I' I ' I f I I . f I Iv V7 .1 I I X I I' , I I I A . I N f 'II' IIIII I, lf' I I I ' I ,ID ,' I II ' SI' IV I .I ' I , ""' IX ' ,q 'I ,cf - ' ' f g' 'W .nl ' I "I K -' 5:-up Xi I , .4 -,t,-,.,, toot Tmm. I I QM- ,r -,,-,,-,e ey on we I,-'fl KLM FX X' ' "Ifgsg,:e,Le,e,,..eL,,g-e A e,q,Ifnl --III FIJI - 441 f""'?n"' I I4 ' ll I it X X I SN Zffg, X I II I,fII " .ey I III II Xfzurjy' III I X III IEIII IIIIII QIIJ F,bA ' I ' ' If x .. T- l v 1, .v ix Q, J V H ' v X 4 , 1 ' Ai ij '1 ' xx. A X4 5 1' . . -. . .,!fs N- '--.SAV vs M . , .. x.. ,J ' 1, ' ' ,,f-.... .. f.. V-. .. .. .. V.-. .......-... 7 I My V . nu i l 1 MILTON MORRIS CALDWELL WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA Third Team Football, '22-'23g Football Squad, '2-1g Captain Third Team Basketball, '24: Sen- ate, '24g Student Council, '23, President Student Council, '24g Prefect, '22, '25L Sergeant Company "B," '23,'24g First Lieutenant Band, '24-'25, "Tornado" Staff, Pennant Store Staff, '24, '25g Vice-President Len White Literary Society, '243 President Len White Literary Society, '25g President Y. M. C. A.. '23-'24: Vice-President Carolina C.ub, '23-'24. This, people, is Mother Goose's own Sweet Daddy. Not sinre Mark Anthony has local pulchritude had such heavy rushing. "Bud" is probably known in more homes than either Lux or Castoria. His admirers are legion, and his reputation is not confined to Tennessee. He is our warmest number this season. In addition to innumerable conquests and social demands, he has heen prominent in all school activities, and his record is to be envied. He is a good athlete and student, and is a natural leader. He has made many friends and we are sorry to see him leave. this fall. "Bud" will enter Davidson CARL CARSON CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Company '23-'24, VVoodrow VVilson Lit- erary Societyg Band, '24-'25, Pocket Testament League. Since coming to Mc'Callie, Carl has taken an active part in the Band. He plays the c-ornet and beats the drum and eatsgin the bakery. He is also a charter member of the Morning Junction Club and a very conscientious worker for that organization. "Kit" Carson was never a more proficient bull thrower than Carl. He has many friends who will be interested equally as much when he enters the University of Chattanooga this fall. Vife wish for him every success. ,N fe I ,M-.213 'El 375163-'jfjzv' V 'P' 'iff' k1'7f?1f'?"-Qi'-fit' xl' -L -wi. ,ligiiniglfs l1'iii?2't.rk? ' Lift XV , fit Mftlwi fe Q i 'll' BAND J Q' ge giggle Wlllfllh ' I 1 . ss k .5 ge pw I vw.. -x f LM I L: 4. . Y. . WN! "MN Q 74 1 .ut TQTY li ' ' ll 'i , If . ' . g.. , L.. af. 112: L.'.:L.L:4:- .,...,,,,,.. , A Y J il , , X.. X ---t. i j 'f f' ,ff ,, f.,-jf' ,.:::t1T'..i:.::tT::'........' ' "f t:-.LK P i -sy l l l I i 4. QE il -n 12 if Ii I nf il la 1 2 ll l. ii il 29 il l s 1 I, Ei ga if i I 5. i L. u s ll l. ,, l. if ., 1 .- ir it 1 .Q ii 3 iii 'El 1 Ei F! ff! x -Q 1 w - Q THE fill. 'VF' 4 -5' 1 Ql 3 ' " FRANK P. CATON PINEVILLE, KENTUCKY Varslty Fontlrall Squad, '25, Varsity Travk Squad, '25g Varsity Baseball Squad. '25g Boxing I'luh, '25, Manager of Gymnasium, '24-'25, Ken- turky Vluh, '24-'25, Daniel VW-lrster Literary S01-lutyg Pot-ket Testament League, Y. M. C. A. Frank vomes to us from the mountains of Kentuvky, where they produre regular fellows. Despite the fa:-t that thls is his nrst year, he has made a hnst of warm friends, besides mak- ing good ln athletics and seholarshlp. He is quiet and modest hut eager and determined. Frnnk's friends are not vontlned to the students of Ma-Callie, for he ls mueh in demand among the fairer sex, He carries with hhn our good wishes. RAFE BANKS DU PRE MARIE'l'TA, GEORGIA Tennis Squad, '25g Daniel Webster Literary Soelety, '24-'25, Y. M. C. A., '24-'25g P. T. L., '24-'25- "Ilroopy" Du Pre, whose full title is ahove, is another boy from the state where peaches grow, hailing from the same town as his room-mate, "Ed." Stephens. Vvhen peaches like these come in pairs, it speaks well for the old home state, Georgia. "Droopy" has been quite a popolar en- tertainer among the other seniors of Douglas Hall. He has always been ready to help, with never a grouehy word, he was certainly the grlper's opposlte. He has been very aetlve ln Y. M. C. A. work, both semesters, and possesses fnrensiv talent of no mean quality. As this is Banks' senior year, he leaves us at eommenee- men time, and all hls friends deeply regret his leaving, while they wish hlm the best of luck ln vollegu. , . KEE - QUT ,K P, , HOLLf oon Movie C 'Stal' D P 'i m gff . 'A 42 if iff f sie-inf . ' gyms, aa l ,gf jiil ?"' 1 , s,.. y gg, ,vang , 5 ls. N . gm Eel ' Qllggb, f sl 'Pdf M- , ' V l . M V lg X , XX K .ts , V 4-A. ' ' NI' X-wi., f Qi. '-11? ' fr... ,,.., , 1 Q 5' V7 -- - -4' - ,V f . 'N ,V I .4 V 41" ' Q-' Q ,- ff' I 1 A ,N .f ' 1 -,ma-if" -. v-'L-1 --" .,N, - 1" 'I'HfT F A l' -75-N, , ., , . ,. -'1,.44'. f T 2 J L 1 1 iltrfm-" ' """"' 'r 1 fl K, f ew- r-"r-for it V . .. .7 f--7' fl' v , x A A .say ,VT 4 fr' V L, , l ix sb Htl QA? V' , F l wi l 1 V l ARNOLD BORDEN ED GERTON GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Woodrow VVilSon Literary Society, '21-'22-'23, Len White Literary Society, '24-'25, President Len VVhite Literary Society, '23-'24, Viee-Presi- dent Len Vvhite Literary Society, '25, Secretary and Treasurer Senior Class, '24-'25, Prefer-t, '23- '24-'25, First Sergeant Drum and Bugle Corps, Second Lieutenant Drum and Bugle Corps, '24- '25, Minstrel, Pennant Staff, '24-'25, "Tornado" Staff, '24, Club de Vingt, Senator, '25. Years ago, beyond the memory of the pres- ent student body, Von Edgerton came to Mv- Callie. He has seen Chattanooga grow from a hamlet of seven hundred to its present size, Lookout Mountain from a knoll to its enormity and grandeur of today. Yet he has persevered. and it is with genuine regret that we see him JAMES CLARENCE EDWARDS CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Varsity Football, '22, '23, '24, Varsity Bas- ketball, '24, '25, Varsity Track, '23, '24, '25, President Junior Class, '23, Critic- VVo0dr0w NVil- son Literary Society, '23, President, '24, '25, Color Guard, '2"4, Ride Team, '24, Monogram Club, '23, '24, '25, Sevond Lieutenant Company "A," '24, President Monogram Club, '24, '25, Athletiw- Editor "Pennant," '25, Pocket Testa- ment League, '23-'24, Athletic Editor "Torna- do," '24-'25, Engineering Unit, '23, Captain Bas- ketball Team, '25. After spending one year at City High, "Hex came to Mwtfallie. Needlvss to say, their loss was our gain, and no man has been more gen- uinely liked in the student body. He is quiet and unassuming and exceedingly modest. He 5 leave. Arnold is one of the most DODUIHI' men has played a star game at end on the varsity OH the Campus. and he numbers his fI'iendS by team in football, is one of the best guards in ' his acfquaintanvvs- Possessirns H keen SQHSH 'Of basketball in this set-tion of the state, is a tram-k humor, a delightful personality and a genial dns- man of gram ability, having Won Several tm- ' position. he is a general favorite Of both the phles for work fm the f-inner pam. In addition . students and the fafillly- H9 leaves 3 flostfff to this, he has maintained an excellent record X' friends and carries with hirn to the University in Spholarship and has 1951 a number of his , of North Carolina the best wishes of everybody- rlasst-s in high average percentages. N , , r ' 'QL , ?i12bf2iQ' t , , ,, w ,Xu ,.w'tx, W- 'sl N l ,nmsmlx'ltlbm VE " it-x 1 4 M'T'WllMt'WQll3 .. Q W' li, I ill I 'il 'xl f if' l 15 l A K f 1 iw ,rl AN' if I 3. , K as 1 1 My XX Qwxluly ,, V yi,-'t,1'E if "I 'bl f-,V I l Y' - .- ' . , .A ,we ,,,.,, S W-, - - Mm umm. , .Y V ,lj-7 1 -tat W-e-,,e, A E f ' or , L . , ,H l 1 . -, ,,.. .-,,,,,,.,, - L , ,ff x ' ' J 'fls--f:--1-s K7 1 f. uw we-', , f llilll ' I1-,QQ ii f 'LX we-Qi of .1 'y W! ul ,. pw f , ,Mal lu , L Mg ' LA., Y, - 1. Q l.gl2LQee.Lw3'., 1 "tb ' ff .4 , ti, l N - 'V - 'l'l'll,Q i3'f7aN.-XX'l' , 1 .ff y , ., IIIENRY ELLIOTT, JR. nm-'uxmx smuxns, FLORIDA 'I'r:u-lc Squaul, '25: Y. M, V. A., '23-'2-I-'25g In-inn:-itln-m-s Lita-r:u'y S01-it-ty, 'llll-'2-I-'25g Punk- 4-t 'I'1-:-xlzmu-nl I.n-uguv, '22l-'21-'25: NY:unl4-re-rs l'luIr, 'lf-I-'1Z5: Mrmtlw-:xt 1'Iuh, '24-'125. llvnry, in tlu- two your:-a ln- has lwl-n with u-1. han-1 wun xi wish- numln-r of fril-mls :unnmg thi- stuilt-nts uml fzlvulty. llv is 1-miss-le-utluus, loyal, null mln- nl' thu- most 1-:urlln-at lmustu-r:-1 Mvt'nlliv limi, Altlmuprh qule-t nml unnslsunllngr, he works with nn lnt4-nt ol' purpnsv and in :Ie-tt-rniinution thut is lIl0Sl aulmlrnlrlv. Ile- will e-ntl-r lmviflwtri In-xt Full, whvrn- he is sure tu xnzxku :ln 1-liviulnlo rl-vorsl. WILLIAM WINSLOW FLOWE, JR. CONCORD, NORTH CAROLINA llviliustlioiws I.itv1'zxry Soc-iety, '23-'24-'25g Put-ke-t Testunwnt League, '1Z34':f-l-'25g Y, M, 0. A., '23-'24-'25p 'Fhirsl 'Fa-:un Hawks-thzlll, '2-lp Class Hzlsvlmll, '24g 'Fl-nnis Squad. '24-'ZBQ Uurollna Club, '23-'2-1125: Prize Platoon, '25g Pivked Com- pany, '25. "Bill" lvzlvn-S IL grunt record at M1'i'allle. llv ls nn 1-m-rgl-tiv stud:-nt, 11 luynl frlvmi, und an ard:-nt supporter of all of M1-l'7:1lli1-'s teams. He has hm-on xx star at tennis and ls on the varsity Squad. llis L5,'l't'11fPSl niatm-lws lmve lwun love gullies with 101-ul stars ami he is still a cham- pion. XVe are sure that he will du well at David:-xml. ,....-:.-,..- .... W -, S " ,363 t 1 1? v ' 'uf I W CHEVRON 'lf We S I lllllk i n h QL, 7 1 .H .:N I ,if , N -I., ' ' ' X --.-,: , ' L, xx A-N X, -mf .1 tl I, I 7 " 'if' yy' ,V"'-w,,.:,. ' . T-:I Sf' J ' 3 X s Q , . . i M, THOMAS CAREY FOUST cHA1'rANoocA, TENNESSEE Sergeant of Armory, '22, '231 First Lieutenant Ordnance, '23, '24, First Lieutenant on Staff. '24, '25, Pennant Store Staff, '24-'25, Secretary VVo0drow Vvilson Literary Soeiety, '22, Ser- geant-at-Arms VVoodr0w VVilson Literary Sovie- ty, '23-'24, Y. M. U. A., Corporal Uompany "tl," '20, '21. "Tom" rame to M1-Vallie in 1919, and has been an ardent supporter ever sim-e. He has been a 4-onseientlous student and hard worker. In the military department, he has proven a very val- uable man, having been an oflic-er for the past three years. He has made many friends among the students and farulty who will regret to see him leave. As yet he is underided as to what college he will enter, but we are sure he wili make good wherever he goes. ROBERT COWAN GRADY WILMINGTON, NORTH cARoI.iNA Assistant Cheer Leader, '24-'25, Y. M. C. A., '23-'24-'25, Cabinet, '23, Vine-President, '24: First Lieutenant Company "D," '24-'25, "Tor- nado" Staff, '24-'25g Minstrel, '24-'25g Declania- tory Contest, '24-'251 Carolina Club, '23-'24-'25, Montreat Club, '24-'25, Daniel VVehster Literary Soeiety, '23-'24, French Travel Club, '24-'25g P. T. L., '23-'24-'25: Sec-ond Floor Douglas Hall, '24-'25, Douglas Hall Football Team, '24, "Bob" hails from the seaeoast of "the Old North State," and has been with us two years. Being a very wide-awake fellow, he has taken a personal part in many activities of the school, and as assistant cheer leader, he has played no little part in earrying on the "ole Mvl'allie splritf' He is a splendid student, ranking near the top in all his classes, an excellent orator, as well as being an officer in our little army. But one thing must not be overlooked: "Bob's" sheiking abilitygespecially on Beaeh street- has aroused the attention of all. He leaves us for Davidson next year, and we are sure of his sue:-ess there, because you c-an't keep a good man down. 5 59 an A - 1vf.,,,,g'0.Q L Y sw j O 1 I '90 X flu X xff M X li. K X R f F N1 ,un ki! T EYES, RPA f if 'A1lNl.'w::S" ' 6 NW ' p , 4 ' 1 ff l i E Nl .. 2. , K .140 fy NI! f 0' f LL! OUR ml, y i N ,W - .Ja . QF'753""f'U"v-Blk wwe. H M 'Ce ie. .rl 4- ' 'PE ' ' 2, in, N. THE l N N ,535 2, " ' I - ' ,,ffigL,,f1i,....f. - 'T'- J l KX l x 75' ' " " "' .1-..,- . 1 . .. - xJf ,l I I I i 1 1 5 1 , 6 NICHOLAS DAVVSON HALL - cnA'r'rAN00GA, '1'ENNEssm: , 1 l-'outhnll Squml, '24, Thiral 'rvlllll line-rlwllmll, '25, Plvked Squad, '24, Plvkvd l'oxnpnny, '23- '24g First Svrgvnnt Uumpany "A," '24, XVuml4 rnw VVllHnn Lltvrzwy Sm-I1-ly, '23, Vil-P-l'r-esllle-nt, '24, lrnnln-l xV1'lPSN'l' Lita-r:n'y Sovln-ly. '24-'25, P. T. L., '23-'244'25g 'I'l':u-k Squad, '25, Swim- ming Squzul, '25, lmwsun vntvrvd M1-Unlliv in '22, and has hm-n CURTIS ELVVARD HAVVKINS ravmmksm, ALABAMA l'luh ala- Vlngt, '24, Imnie-I VVvh:-:tor Literary Som-iety, '25g Pumice-t 'Pvsuunr-nt League, '24, '25, Y. M. U. A., '24, 'Treasurer Y. M. U. A., '25g Alubunm Uluh, '24, '25, Sergeant Drum and Buglu Uorps, '25. "llnwkshnw," as he ls popularly known, is audxnlrn-ml hy both studn-nts and fm-ulty. He- ls ons- ui' our most suvcessful students, reaping I ll lfvylll Hfulivlll PVPF Hillvfh Nl' FH V1'l'Y IHUPN his rvwnrml on each rn0nth's honor roll. llv puts llkml by ull the stucle-nts, ns well as tha- fn:-ulty. hlg all into the Suppoyt of thi, mums. up Ho nlnyn fuutlmll, haskvllvlll. 2H1d'fWf'll. 1-VPI'N- 1-xl-els in litorary soviety, mul as a hngler, there thing :A rvnl fe-llow dm-H, He- is also :L military un- f,.w who ,-an 1-Dmpmv with him. H.. is an nlnn, holding.: nn lIlllHll'lZlllf lmsitlon in t'olnpuny :U-lim. ,m.m1,,.,- of the Y. M' ph A. ,.uhin,.t, and "A-" IS hi' DOIIUIIU' with UW UNH'-'S7 Wvll, 1 the-rm-, as in vw-'rythlng that hu uttelnpts, he NUvll0H1'! IHIWNUII H005 UP UN' UHiV4'I'Si'Y "Y faithfully applies himself and vunsvivntiously Vlrglnln ne-Xl ye-nr. :md inks-N with hhn the lu-st tukps UWM himshlf th? quill., of ,hp 0,-gnnqzn- wlHh1'N vf NH' 1'Hlil'1' Hfhilvl- tion. llv is no shirkf-r, and is bound to suc- reed. l l ' 2 I U smn l Nw X , ffl K X Q ,Ly Q31 - Q 1. e- -N rslumonouss X Y 1' fr - X f ' mv ' ' A if f J "gf-' lj?-' ,4',,:f"'V42 . JL 'KXVXNILLA4 X Ig 1 ,g'u'.:,-.:.jf '59, "1I'a"ll" ,,' 1 Q , , ,,5.,.f.f:,f , Nam mlm? Q , Om" ,. l' ,-4 1 ' SUNDAE as N ,M " ,,,..'f'ff?Q,'1l- ki , L ii" E " 2 fm .W 'Liv l as ,lf l Jil? 25 a , 4. R93 agfagf. I - A f Nlll .4 ' ' ..-.x.xw,.- 'xv..xmumxx.R' , 1 wig! ...M -.--.,--:4l:f 1, I ,MMA M, , I V K ,-... ,WW Q. lk 1 'M A ,,.,, .ix N rf' K, Xi- .. . 1 , I V... ,j .X , ., fa N 4 , 3, EA. , Of, imii Li' iw X il" . IH VV- ' ' , j -Jiqnip I I I I f v 7 A - ,, Til it N, .2 - - - '1,,,f- ' -f' -5 'L't?:i.::iTi.LtTf'.i.Li.s.. ' ,I .-. .... .. - ., . . Q q , 9 -..-...i..,,? 'I 11 '-' i .Y -Wi-' I . J' V. .,. A ll Q, ,X-iz, i I j' 'Lf I Q . , f I I I I I I I 3 I YI I ! , , . , I I I M , I, , I I I I I I 3 -'I I 3 .lx , y , I I, I , I I I 'A I 1- ,I I Ii I I' ' I ., yi 2 , , . ' XY A ' 4 FRANK CLIFTON HENDRYX OHN ULIAN HOPE, R. 1 I PI . time ATLANTA, GEORGIA COLUMBIA, s0UTH CAROLINA avi I Third Team Football, '22g Varsity Football, fl i i Pocket Testament Lnague, '23-'24-'25g Y. M. C. '23-'24, Third Team Basketball, '22g Basketball E I i A., '21-'22-'23-'2-ig Corporal Company "B," '23- Squad, '231 Varsity Basketball, '24-'251 Captain Q I '24s Riiie Team, '24: Set-ond Lieutenant Pom- Basketball Team. '25: Swimming Team, '23-'24, I ' Davy UC." '24-'25: Vive-President Radio Club, Corporal Vompany "B," '21g First Sergeant Com- i , Q '24, Treasurer Radio Clulv, '25, pany '22, Captain Company "D," '23-'24g I I l Major, '24-'25g PiCkud Squad, '23-'LZ4g Cum- I ! A School, to DOSSOSS ii Well-bf!l2ll1C4'd SUJGUIR mander Pit-ked Squad, '24: Pit-ked Company, I ' hotly, must have among its students more than 122,-23: Y. M' C. A., -21,225 Play, -24: Sw,-Q- 'N OHS iylle Df b0y- The value Of the athlete H9953 tary-Treasurer Pierian Literary Society, '22-'23, , .I 110 I'PIJ9RfiTIB'I Svarvely less well known is the Set-rotary-Troasurer Len VVhite Literary Sovie- ' 'i brilliant student: but an all-round boy. oxcelling ty, '24g Carolina Club, '23-'24-'25, French Club, I in nothing, but taking D311 and adding to every '23-'24: Prefer-t, '23-'24-'25: Senate, '23-'24-'25, I '! ac-tivity, ls not so well known. Frank takes "Pennant" Staff, '24-'25, Monogram Club, '23- part in athletit-s, is a good student, a capable '24-'25, . I I soldier, and adds to the social life of tho sehool. Julian Fame to us from South Carolina' and i Such a man ls bound to he felt as a loss to the during the 1-our years that he has been here " Sphoolf and the College Winch gets Frank 'S he has made a name that all South Carolina , lucky' may be proud Of. In the military department : ' he proved himself a leader from thc first. i Starting out as n. private and through his own I , ,. effort becoming major. He is also a great ath- lete. Julian has made many friends and we I i all wish him the best of luck wherever he goes. I I ' I ,g Y , 1 I Q' ,4 14 U I ' ,A I il l'4' ll E -ssl CW . I f get 974432. , ,I"Z " I 1 -5 1' . fa-if 1 V , I ' I1 ' NX Q 'fi i 'Lf fi ff 1 I i s 41' I 2,1 ' 'lIII'III!',1'- i , ' I Ei ,, , I I- I ' of - 2 In 1 I I X ,ii K 4, X l, E J, ,HA X I , X iff' tnz,,.i'l W , I . ""M""'i"""' keg? . QI ?if : I ' I' 2 f . 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Nw'-1 I I I ff 5 VI I I':I,, 'IM' ,- .qv ' ipgglf' -Xx-HK, ,LL-X t 7 1 1 1 1 1 x 1 - 1 1-1 1 THE PENNAN 111 in-WA ' ..-1 :Eff 11 - X- J ' ' - 1 Q11 5 '-N 1 ' -' .Q-1, . 1 11651111-XM YW? iooghorjjp 1' AY? -Ienqnoix wGQ,::.,JUn,,,555ooDer1.,. .11 1 1 ' 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 I1 5 11 1 1 11 1 11 .1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 11 1 ,1 1 1' 1 11 1 1! 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11-1 X 1 ,1 HUGH LEA JENKINS DAVID SMITH JONES 1 1 171111 CHAWANOOCA1 TENNESSEE SCHLATER, MISSISSIPPI 1 11 Buslm-ss Mztnzugvr of "Pl-nnant," '24-'25g Ph.-y-ian Lltp,-may S01-imy' 121,-22,-23: Lon 1 1 "Tornado" Stuff, '24-1253 Pl-nnant Store- Staff. White Literary Som-lety, '23-'24-'25g Third TE-am 1 1 '24-'25: 011111 dv VlH1:f1 '23-'24: Trflvvl 1'IuI1. '24- l1'00111a11, '23-1245 'run-11 T1-am n11sk1-mall, '23g 1 11 :Tn5-lllruginzfnyolngvfflly,4"fL.g'. '33-'1fI4:L1"iI:t Pre-fem, '243 Pennant Storn Staff, '24-'25g Y. M. 1 11 V-1 v '11 .1 . - --.1. 1 . 1. ' - mv. A., '21-'22-'23-'24-'25p P. T. I., 121122.-23- 1 g '19-.?11-'21., Puvkut Tusuum-nt 1:oz11.:Au1',H .19-QW '24-'25: Baseball Squad. '25: Misslssllml Club. 1 1 21- 22- 23- 24- 25, Un:-lc R4-lnus Lltl-I.ny bo- -24,-25. 11 wh-ty, 'lX-'19-'20-'21-'22-'23-'24-'255 L1-Il NVhitu 1 11 1-iUfl'1lI'y Sl-'1'l0lY. '24-'25- Behold, fair readers, a modern Romeo! As 1 f r th. Juliet.Ath, th ' t hi .. 1 111 "Wm-ru's Jenkins?" This quostlon may he ,Sheri PBM his is norxffans hisznnz, 2:1023 1 111 hQ'2lI'Il nny time, for 1-vm-ryl1udy knows lluvgh. smtp nnavo.. is so constituted that it Simms I 11 llls wllllngns-ss to hx-lp, oth:-re-1 and his exon- that whawver he becomes attached to can 1 1 frls-ndly good nature hzlvu won for him many rightly be termed his Ulong suit-1. And in 1 11 frh-nds, both tom-hvrs und pupils. Although football-von should have Seen mm tear up in 1 ,1 Hugh 4-lulms no prlzu as an athlets-, he always thc Hue, 'for he plnyod upon thi, ..nghtim,st.. 1 11 vnu-rs th" g1'm"S wlfh 11 '10 01,1119 Smut' the third team that has ever been seen at MvCl-xllle 1 ,1 Hplrlt that has :nude him one ot our mn:-mt suv- in a long While. In addition nhavo.. is no ' 11 1-01-lnful nd Hollvltors. Now lf we r-omv to thc- mean student. Though he is n'0t fn the honor 1 1 lnrzmr-h nf sf-holawshlp, little nved be Said, for dass he npvorthplesg is far from thug? on the 1 1 1 r w 1 x r ' ' ' ' ' I' ' 1 11 Hullh has 11lw11y-11 4.112115 tri :h.,,hJ1,l1.vi-ill Ewing --mst hlavklistf' Too, he ranks with the he-sr I ' l-lullh Hovs to .nc.g0I1H:llkXl 32413 -fwlrflrfitlx ln "our army." All in all. "Daw" is a fine 1 11 E:mvXllmltMhz::e:U'Ur W H ole 0 L U 0 fellow. Ono could wish fur no lu-ttvr friend. 1 1, s mn . 1 11 1 '1 . 111 1 'L-5: V1 ' W 1 , 51114: 1 1.1 X- I 1111 Vie' N1 1 :P I-1 11 ,JJ af 1 11--1, -1 ' AWM i .411-' " .. W- 1:1 -L1-11 1-1---1 11' '11 g 'ff ,f"-- Z 112 g -- 1-41 pf' ,ly 1 1 11 11 1 f xiuz 1 1 Qtwgyf E 11,111 11 1 W", ffl. THE PINNANT .:111-,,., . .5 . ,"" f" , , M -,,- -3 ' .f Q' div-9' .' I.: J' . - .4 '-I .,, ' 1 Q -I 5 ..- JOE R. KING MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE Y. M. C. A., '24, '25, P. T. L., '24, '25, Len Vvhite Literary Society, '24, '25, Prize Platoon, '24, Student Council, '25, Baseball Squad, '25. "Joe" came to McCallie in 1923 from the famous city of Murfreesboro. We have had many men from the central metropolis of Ten- nessee, but no liner nor better-liked fellow than Joe. Although Joe's honors have come from other sources than athletics, he is noted for his superior game of golf. He will probably go to Vanderbilt next year, and we congratulate a good college on getting a good man. Luck to you, Joe. May you always knock off the nine- ties as you have at McCallie! , if-X gg, M sg- . . - ,, , . ff" "-, hmm- -- ' I . .' .fl Swim SST ,Veg S4 1 Q 5 , X ' 4 ein ZVXS qi 5 Q WG I' II I rm ,, I fw ' o"-I . . .. . --- II, Q, "'.'i:l:::......11:z::,:, zg.::.-.'.-1..-:3- Y . gi .gg , f ., .X xxx -ei fr:-if'-- .. I - ec---.ge-.. 7-cf., ww E "fix--. z,iwx!,,5,T5,yiiIIi5' N' kfujfyg N I gut x 'N EDWARD EUGENE KIPKA MOORESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA Orchestra, '25, Pocket Testament League, '25, Len VVhite Literary Society, '25, Y. M. C. A., '25, Soccer Football Team, '24, Drum and Bugle Corps, '25, Carolina Club, '25. Kipka, better known as "Red," has been at McCallie only one year. Although he has been here only a short while, he has made many friends both on and off the Campus. He is one of the mainstays of the orchestra, in which he plays a mean violin. He goes to Duke Unl- versity next year, and we are sure that he will make as splendid a record there as he has at McCallie. 'THE SKIN .YOU -ro 'rouc -- MILK EDNA BEAUT W HOPPE MASSAGE , IPKA WEE Wm I Ea! - S37 I I, ,Ir fi . " ,QI mill, f .I fl II :QI I I II Ii 'II II I I I . II II! . I I I I I' I. MI I :IW ,I .. . I , . 17. -,Q I III I I 1:1 II ,I -i iz ,F I 'I II . 1: II II' I Ii II A. ,I I I I ? I I w, I I FN, X . KSN , QI i . . e l Q E I Q gi K a VVALLACE GARRETT LAYSON ELIE PAVL LHEVREVX SllliLBYVll,l,li, xrzxiucin Slurln-nt t'uun:-ll, '2Zlp Play, 'ill-T253 Minstrn-l, '24-'25g '24-'251 '24-'25g Erlltnr- mint" Bt-st llrill puny " Ing, '25 Vlvv-l'rn-:alile-in oi' thi- l'. T. L., '23-'24-'25: llrauxmtit- l'1uh, 1,1-n wmn- l.llc-rury so--i.-xy, '23-'24 ln-1'hh-f nt' "'l'urn:i Vlull, '23- Kc-ntuvky -'25g ilu '24-'253 "PUN- Stziff. '2-l-'25 Vurpnrzil Vmxipziliy "A," '2Ilg IH A," '23-'Lf-li First ml Solnlivr, Uuxmm l' " Sm-rm-:uit Vmnpzmy '2-lg Vzxptuiii ul' Varn- H," '24-'25g Swlmmiup: 'l'e-um, '253 Rox- ll uk Squid 'W W M I A 'l . '. ,, '2.I-l4- llnll, '2l-'25, Smnonm- num- suinl that "fin-ss :xml :ultl nmlu- the- main." ll' this is su, Walllzu-v mills- :L loin.: wuy tnwnrmls suv:-1-ss. llis lm: pn-rsulmlltv mul lN'l'l'l'1'l lllZllllll'l'N llzlrv 'Z5g 'l'hlrrl lflnur lmtlprlzus rn-ss has rlmrm- wnn ml fzwulty him thn- l'rlvmlslllp nl' 1-vi-ry studvnt zi nu-mln-r in su-lmnl. llv is :ni :iuthurlty on fnlrvr so-x :tml has hrnkvn numvmus and sundry hvzurts. lie-sill:-:J tha- fu:-t that hs- is om- uf the- runklng mill:-1-rs ol' thu- lvzittuliun, hs- talks-s thu -2 ' 1 ' ': 1 2 tllv ln nrllng, put in tl!lIIllYl1's nui Glu-e Vlulr work, nnrl has tho honor of In-ing: mu- ot' the- first 1-cllturs uf thu- "'I'm'i1aclu." NNW wish him sur-- rm-ss ln l'Yt'l'yflllllI.f he- unfit-rtzukn-S. ,1 fo f' X 445 f 51111 'fi 5' 4. ' -f ,. U rg llyhll S E E SQ J W K X , 1 E 1 ll l 5 - .tt .5 . -Q: - .lamvs lPt'llllll0l'l' Hoops-r Litvrztry Smwivty ty: Minstrl-1, '253 Pm-nllunt Sturt- Stuff: Gru mar Sc-honl 'I'r'zu'k, '18, '19, '20: Rumi. Paul is :L hard and 1-nnsvil-ntiuus wnrkvr. llm has an 1-nviahle svholurship rt-word and a pvr- sunulity that has won for him many fri.-urls Although ho is not an ntlih-to, ho ls n tirst- r-lnss honstvr for tht- tt-anus. :md hm-ks up on-rp :ir-tlvity of tha- svhonl. XVQ- urv sun- that ht will mukm- :1 good rm-1-ord in vnlll-ge-. ,.n. fie- I SV!! 'l , A ,, 11' 51+ vfffgl 77' L- Ll ,Sf lat .QV U gjzfffiffijff fn ' Nfl fffizffzff' , , gg i, 'ap iw., X-,fyfbqgijg ly -f'-wif vw K Jwf ff ' JW! LQVWMQJ l U I' "fn, vw, ' 'W ,1,,,,,f W:, l- ag? -af-rfgvrwau -. if wg - 'LQ4!u.Lia3EZx.H1,-ti' SQ'l'l'k'fLl!'y, '21g lluniul Xhllnstex' l.iterzn'y Sovie- Ill' 4-. ,fe ' "' I as THE PhNNAIxI ee H .1-rl,.f,,f"T-,,Z 2 .52 L s 2,34 r--at -L M 4-N- L AL-4-47 . .. Q V ' ,VL ...,Y,..,. . .V W . I -4-Q3-"Q 1 9 Q 3 qt?-'Q' wg' .. -ffffif ,L 1.-. W 3, .32 1 I I 1 I II 1 I 1 t I I I 'I I I 'I X , QI I lil ,ll III. ,II ,, I III JU ,I ,.. X I ' I THOMAS JEFFERSON LITTLETON III GERVASE WILLFORD MCCLURE ffl., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE " T I Varsity Football Squad, '24, Varsity Track Daniel Xvebster Literary Society, '24-'25g i Squad, '25g Annual Staff, '24, '25g Founder and Band, '24-'25, Minstrel, '24-'25g Quartet, '24-'25. ' Editor-in-Chief McCallie "Tornado"g Uncle Remus Literary Societyg Band: Club de Vingtg Mvflallie has been fortunate in having this Sergeant in Band, Len Vvhite Literary Society. songhird for the current year. He has even put Q, the birds on Missionary Ridge to shame hy his 'i In the years "Tom" has been at McCallie he lusty niusii-al tenor. He has proven an invalua- , has made many friends in addition to making ble member on both the Quartet and the Min- ' a fine record. He will always be remembered strel, and his absence next year will Ive keenly as the founder 'of the "Tornado" and one of felt. He is a conscientious student and a Will- the school's most loyal supporters. He has ing worker. and has made many friends since taken Dari in Dfaviifally QVSFY H1'iiVity of the entering M1'Callie. Any man possessing such I school and identified himself prominently in a qualities is bound to succeed. I number of them. Also, he has a pleasing per- sonality, a high sense of honor, a genial dis- position, and a good sense of humor. He will be an asset to any school. 4: II I 'I I I I 1 SW.,uwu1f0Z ' I S Z I sh-'Nu V I V 'I, 'KI IIMQ' I V ' ,lx 1, no I AI . fu he tim I W MT!!! IIIIIIU 'nd' 1 II t Iflleg, uw 1 .I :,. 1 -Q. I II 5 s I,,fI1I11111Im1 I' "' ily Q l, Q X xIIIuIlI1 lWWM4IYiAIMIMI. eva I .xx 1 1 x 1521 'mmm' -XX rj U- HM My it ' ,. gf ,-Q. W I N? X S III' I 4 I,, I 1 I ,fx ,II , I pI I I II LII 'I III In . 1 I I I I I I II I1 I IIC' XII I I II rg I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I .Q -1 .,.,.,.,.. M-- ,- ,.,.,, , T,,,,,,,M,kHW-,f-TT 7 1 - ji, .,.. ,,,..,. at HN, .... I gk Lf V , ugh W ,gl S , o I I .AVN HV MY W Wd sf X QL,-'1 vp. J' 1 , 1 be THE PENNA A 1 ,uf-, ,.. L,-, 1' "Wo"-""'1'g"'s's 'f' ' 1 ' -- ff -f f-- 1' "3 f , ...,4- 'D-SJXX I 7 f 1 4 ' ' , 1 1 .15 1 9 .2 U -gr 1 'Qs' A H1 -mg, 5 ,:KL1g'.v11'V 11 1 W1 'I ' L Fi '1'Q:1.1.c,3, , , ..3,,Q...-"'f1-"UO 1 1 I 1 ,, 1 V1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 ll 1 1 11 111 11 1 '1 1 'F 1 1 1 1 '11 V 11 I 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 11 11 1 '11 1 1 111 x 111 11,1 nl' 11' XA EDWARD BARNETT MARTIN FRANK LOUIS MARTING . 11 CLINTON, SOUTH CAROLINA PINEVILLE, KENTUCKY 1 1 11 1.4-n White Literary Society, '21lp Douglas llall President of Freshman Class, '22p l'rosiqlpm 1 1,' lfootlmll Team. '2-4: Y. M. P. A., '24g Pol-ket Sophonlure Class, '23: President Junior Class, 1 1 'I'n-stain:-nt League, '24g Pozllpally "li," '2-l. '2-lg President Senior Class, '25p President Mou- 1 I, . u H ogram Club. '2-lp President Kentur-ky Vlub, '24g 11 'lucl. has been with us only one year, but Vaptaln Football Team, '24g Alternate Football 1 1 during.: that tlmo hurhas made many friends Captain. '23g Football Team, '23-'24-'25, Basket- 1 '1 who wlll l'l'rH1'lIlllDl' hlm always. Ile is a little ball Team, '24-'25g Traek Squad, '24-'25p Stu- 1 100 Small to lake an nvtlve part ln athletir-s, dent Council, '23g Seeretary of Y. M. U. A., '23g 1 11 hut mulu-H up for this ln splrlt and ln l1a1-.king Thi,-11 l.1,,,,t1m11 Toam, 'QU Third g,,Sk,.n,,,l1 1 111 up the teams. In sr-holnrshlp he ls also qulte a Team, '22g Critif- Len xvhqto Lum-ary S0,.1,,ty, 1 111 star, lu-Ing on the prlvllepze list ea:-h rnonth. '23g Sergeant-at-Arms Len Vvhlte Literary So. 1 Ile wlll probably go to Prusbyterlan.College-. elety, '2-lg P11-khd Squad' '24,-25: Manual of 1 where we all fl-1-I 1-nnfldent that he will make Arms Contest, '241 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '23-'24g 1 jf1 Fl IHUIN' fm' hlmsvlf- Pirked Company, '21-'22p Boxing Team, '23-'24. 1 Frank ls truly the son of "Old Keutus-ky." 1 SQ1 Look at his honors and you will see that he is 111 quite an important eharaeter. NVho eould he 1 11 more important or better liked than the vap- 1 if tain of the football team? He is an athlete , fx, that has a bright future. lt ls truly a pleasure 1 111 to see him perform on the grldlron, on the 1 111 basketball eourt, or handle the weights. "Tlug" has won the friendship of everybody on the 1 1 1-ampus during hls four years with us, and it 1 1 is known that from eertain females in town. ' 11 also. Good luvk, and remember we expect to I 1 hear from you on a big settle. 1 1 4 1 1 M j'f1,Q,.1.... l 1 1 '1 1 ,1 was fd 1 J ,il-5,1 1 ,1 Q :S 'Qi 1 Q, 1- 1 T1 -11, 1 .11 Qkx 'W xy 13, ---..i-...--.1 P 1, L, Q K, fur-H: 111 11 of 'lv il EL V if 'ii-Q N :X it-J X , .., , .J .' f V l - ' "' , , .. A A V V 1 ' r I iz I 1 QJX3:J5.-,.- ,,., :. ,.T. " ' N, ,. 1 xo.- R 4 HUNTER C. MOODY FAY BALLENGER MURPHY ' LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY ROSSVILLE, GEORGIA Dramatic Club, Minstrel: Kentucky Club: Y. Secretary Uncle Remus Literary Society, '21g , M. C. A.: Coropral Company "A", Pocket Testa- Vice-President Uncle Remus Literary Society, ment League: Picked Companyg VVoodrow Vvil- '22, President Uncle Remus Literary Society, son Literary Society. '23g Sergeant-at-Arms Club de Vingt, '24p Trav- el Club, '25, Senator, '23g Debating Team Uncle Hunter is a songbird and actor of no little Remus Literary Society, '23g P, T, L., '21-'22- ability. He has taken prominent parts in the '23-'24-'25, Pennant Store Staff, '24, Military play and mirlstrel each year. In addition to Editor of "Tornado," '251 Assistant Editor-in- li'liS, he enjoys B wide f'iT1'l9 of friends 211110118 Chief of t'Pennant," '25g Grammar School Track the students and ladies of the town. He is Team, '21g Minstrel, '23-'24-'25, Grammar much in demand hy the fair:-r sex. VVS DFG-'dlfi School Play, '23-'24: Fifth Team Football, '24g for him a good record at Kentucky State. Rifle Team, '24, Sergeant of Company "D," '22: Second Lieutenant Company "D," '23, First Lieutenant Company "D," '24g Captain Company "D," '25. One boy that the school will certainly miss is Fay. From the very start he has shown his wares in both the scholastic side and in the activities of the school. He is one of the few boys who have kept their name on the honor roll since entering school. Indeed. too much praise could not be given him for his attain- ment in that line. He is the heart of all activ- ities, and a. true friend to everyone. Whatever college Fay attends, we can only wish him the best of luck and to keep up the good work. .N , . f ,.,U,S:.f:' Qi Q ' 1 9' S f - ef f. 'Yue f it X iJ1Q.fvA Q ., - Q L 'V El? K ' Xkil - . X L lil F45 C l . s Ii NK f- , 1. . tx-A I J i l lm " .if L. A' I W: u. . A "I" '44 ':"t"""" if ' '::.'...-.L .:::...:...:-:..:,.':L::g1:i fi A its gktfl. L:-K A ii 'v""Z5'- 'K'-1'S".'b."L,,- . 1-. Mi 1 . ',',NQg:?'7-'V N 'SJ M, e Ht, 1517: AS' rv lei- T V. X I I , My Y -. . . .- H ' 1 , ' ' 2 ,V lf- - 1 f, ' N 4.1 S J I I ' f I +L-all N , f' Q -fs I ' .. -,, ' ... -X-LLL'--, --ws --M---VT --- -v-.sfx ff , t 'u.-'...,gi..a.....:.- ,,,,,. ..J::'L11:,.t AI "TQ, J my -r , Evil gl . . - . , . 1 'av XC! 4., I 1 .. ll' . . 4 , , 'I I I I I J I I .4 l ' ,, z I i r QV all 1 :Ip I l I ll 'u il ,I I I i I 1 I I I , , 7 , , , v' 9.1 1, ' 1 I WILLIAM THOMAS NICHOLS, JR. JOHN PATTON PAYNE, JR. 5.2 ! JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE : I Misslsslppl Club, '23-'24-'25, Len White Lit- Plerian Literary Societyg Radio Club: Sem-ond 41 erury Sow-u-ty, '23-'24-'25, Po:-ket Testament Lleutenant Company "A"g Captain Third Team 4 League, '23-'24-'25g Y. M. C. A.: Y. M. C. A. Football: Varsity Football Squad, '21: Baseball Uablnetg Vompany "A," '23-'24-'25g Pennant Squad, '25g First Lieutenant Company "A," '25. ,lg Store Staff. ,li Jack c-ame to McCallie in 1920 from the East 'L Coming to Mm-Callie in 1923 from Mississippi. Lake Grammar School, and has made many If Vvllllam has developed into one of the truest friends in addition to making a line record In 'I sons of thx- Magnolia state. He ls a man who athletics. Last year he was raptaln of the fl l works and rejolces ln the favt that he van work. Championship Third Team. On av:-ount of In- ' i His vha-ery dlsposltlon and ready smile, which juries this year, he was unable to Hnlsh the have won for him a host of friends, combined season with the varsity. He has made a good with his indomitable will to achieve sun-ve-ss, rem-ord In all school activities. .5 wlll always be outstanding. Not 1-ontent with li Intellevtual prowess, he 1-rushes the hearts of ii thu- fairer sex. Sewanee should consider ber- lg sell' Iuvky to have surh a man In her student body next year. ii il il I, . I5 . - ' 5, 4 I E I 'IT M I URSPA ATH E Y lv few, NEWS' H I I , TANDS. , , 5Mwpy f ,, 1 ' f ' ' Q2 il f ' ' ,Y In , ll, fy ,WM lt x 5 5 tr 4 .y 6 , Y. , ' ' V- .1 LW" M' . - nf Q ' IRI . I fer ,f I .1 - ! ,. '-4' J, ".7l.ii:'::::L:.:.:..:,4::.:.gg: ill 1 -r'..QTriT.::l1:L5iJ7s, ' Jw ' N K-STN., 2 fl! V X - , . .1 --5-. A : I ,- ,ml ,gg-f X?-gs-. . , 1 " ' ' K 'lf-1'--',.--' N -Jhhyg, VA , A 'ff' 3:2- Xt, ex, -Q fm' ih dj. , ,ls f-1 Q..Qf'15:L? -1:41-f' nf' D 1 A T HE P ENN - fr '17 Fi-,ggfTZ?f.ii"-+ - A 'Q' - K v , f-- HA' T1 , 1 9 J L7 361- gja A.- fmwff i il 1 some P si -l ii 1 1 sl 1 il 'i l , i I gl , i 1 I l 1 i i 4 l I 4 1 l l ' ' 1 l I el ft HJ THOMAS ROBERTS PEACH MALLORY PHILLIPS 2 SHEFFIELD, ALABAMA CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE A l fi ,, Third Team Football, '23g Third Team Bas- Varsity Football Squad, '233 Varsity Team, " kvtball, '23g Monogram Club, '24-'25g Sergeant- '24: Robert E. Lee Literary Society, '22g Critic 2 at-Arms Demosthenes Literary Society, '24g Woodrow Wilson Literary Society, '24, Mono- 5 Vice-President Alabama Club, '24g Y. M. C. A., gram Club, '24, Company "B." , '23-'24-'25g S. O. R., '23-'24"25: Varsity Foot- ' 1 ball, '24g Varsity Baseball, '24-'25, Prefeet, '23- "Mal" has been one of the four horsemen 5 , '24-'25, President of Demosthenes Literary So- of the MeCallie Team of the past fall. At i 3 c-iety, '25g President of Alabama Club, '25g P. broken field running and speed, he is unequaled N 1 T. L., '24g Corporal Company "A," '24, in local prep circles. In addition to being a good athlete, he has an enviable record as a - Entering in '23, "Tom" has made a revord scholar. Sinee eoming to McCallie he has made for himself in his two years at McCallie. Mak- a wide circle of friends who will be delighted 1 ing friends with everyone, he has been a leader to learn that he will return to school next fall. in everything that he entered. "Tom" can be surpassed by few as an athlete, being a wearer ' I of the two years. "Tom" as a catcher was N I responsible for much of the baseball team's good , 4 work. He has also made a name for himself l in Chattanooga football circles. In dormitory 1 9 life, c-lub work, and literary work, "Tom" has ' i been a leader. Mc-Callie loses a good man next ' 1 year, but Sewanee profits by her loss. if is : gl f I' , hc'--is f 1 5 i . 5 Q x 1 X f W Ss azz., M 'tg to S 1" ly , - - , ff , f X, A lfizw .Q ,C K' r., -X Nr. ,f N I lx X Y g, 'M S. . -,':. ax-'m il A -f .5 . A , 'it S0ccER,5T , 1. L 11.1141-uu...,-.V ,auf 'V .M ,, .l Ii I4 li lf ,l I i i si f------v-v---- -4 rel X XX F3 ""f. i'-hifi X X frfmi fa X ' "Y ll I E 1 ' f , . ' ,, X ...HH 1 1 E 1 N, ' F Q ,1 XX 'i 3 5' ii M Hs if 1 lg :lm A Nfl! ' 'v 4 , N , I .H E EN L Q,i,r,- - as S f I , - - V- - . ,, X-.ayxg 6- .. "1 " """""' K "'7,XJ'-fig I Q Il Q Dy, M """"":""'4S f nz' ' " " 5- 7' tri, ll 1 . i l ta l 'N 1 e l il LH Q Q CLIFFORD PURSE ROBERT JORDAN SIMS 1 CIlA'l'l'ANOOGA, TENNESSEE CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE ' r Varsity Footlvull. '24, AlI4f'lty Ph-kvd T1-am. Editor-ln-Chief "Pennant," '25, Assn.-law Ed- 24g Thlrd Team Football, '23, Tennls Team. itor-in-Chief "Tornado," '24, Assistant Athletic '24, '25: Adjutant and Senior Captain. '25: Editor "Pennant," '24, Third Team Basketball, 1'aptulnl'ompany "H," '24, Svvond Lieutenant '22: Thigrd Timm Football, '21: First Tum, Company '22, First Ss-rgeant Company Football Squad, ,223 Varsity Football -23 '24. '21, llranmtit- Vluh, Monogram Club, President First Team Basketball Squad' -233 Vmlsity-'gusl Jam:-s Fonlmoro Cooper Literary Society, '21, ketballl '24, '25: First Team Baseball squad. VI:-e-Prt-sidvnt Ilanle-l Vvebster Literary Society, '23, '24, '25: T,-ack Squad, '25: president J- F- '24, '25, 1'rt-side-nt Daniel VVebster Literary SO- Cooper Literary Society. '20, '21, Dramatic- vlrly. '24. '25: Jukv Edlmr "Pvmmnt." '24. '25, Club, '23, '24, '25, Vine--Prt-sititmt Danlt-l wen- :g0Y'?,'ld'i"1 321125 Stnflfg:'f12fgI13Y'S'f" '241 Senate, star Literary Society, '24, '25, Corporal Plc-kvd i ""N'f'n -emi "- ' ' - Company, '22, Sergeant Company '22, '23, Having 1-ntc-re-cl Mr-Vallle in the hfth grade, First Lieutenant Company '24, Command- "l'llfl"' ls 1-vrtalnly at true M4-Callie product, er Prize Platoon, '24, Commander Picked Com- and wt- are justly proud of hlm. Ht- is an all- Dany, '25I Mvifnllie Plfl-Y. '23. '24, '25, Minstrel. vlty football player as well as onn of the best '24, '25, Intorlovutor Minstrel. '25, NYinner Or- tennls plays-rs ln thc- state. In addition to this, atorlm-al Medal, '24, Monogram Club, Vlve-Pres- he has thv cllstlnvtlon of Irving the senior rap- ident Monogram Club, '25, Rine Team, '24, Mc'- tnln ln tho Mllltury lbs-partmont. I-'or a num- Callie Quartz-tte, '25, St-nate, '22, '24, President her of yvars the- st-hool has he-1-n fortunate in Senate, '24, Pennant Store Staff, Pot-ket Testas hnvlmz at mvmhs-r ol' thu well-known Purse mr-nt League. family ln attt-ndane-0. Ear-h has made a bril- --Bob,-' though not R lm-gp num' has nmlh. llnnt rf-1-nrrl, and Klhbo, tht- last, leavvs om' up in nmlity what hp lavks in sizp' uvhatywq. that ls to ha- s-nvls-rl. VW- shall miss him next it may ho, you Wm nnd him at mt, frlmtv M... year. und the 1-ollt-no that he enters wlll be 1-MIM, has meant to -.Bohn just what -.Bohn "x"""'H"gIy fuffullfwt- has meant to Mvvallit-. xv-" t 1 EDITORZIN-CHIEF or Atmel! fm, THE 25 NNANT. , , ' ' U A' ' ' 5, ' K '.,... , U 1 W Q .- 'wa " , Kkwk gl t H31 W 1 5 K I fjlrkqx 4' Rfk? 'fa' A -if M 'OV' K' - 'Lg , t fa, R L. - V.-.N 4 - ' 1 za ' 7,4 f - H, VY f f f ' - M in -' f' .i .., ' - Af E K ,ll fi 1 if lhtlkw- ,mn .......M A- r-r---:-......--H '-fA-- 'L -f sf 1 X- V ' H W' .....-A-.- N' ,ul ,,--,, . ,... ,, VE 1 ,aa ,X 1, ,x r- IAQ, V ,ft 4 x Wnffx N .- ' ,.,v Y r fx- K ' thin, ll',,,' A ,Mgt M if -' 4' Nx ,,, We mtl ffm. 1,7 Ns' ,MV "f-I get cert" A Ri H ' ffl f 4' , l,: wi --: "bs-,,. Lf Yfoilgiijf ' XI' .gm .1 y 1- . w W. - . -N T 5, ,- , E Vi ' f ' 'xii qt' bidi F fi. ' Y ,' - G" 4 '. . 1 A 5 A -f . . . v g ' J" ' 1 - - - ' N R. ,-, ,X , 3,3-- j-...E ' ,A x.. . W-'j,,1.! , l 3 , , .,k,4f.,,,-t .,,. :.:.1.,.1. f ...,,.,.-?:. lg., I . ,F , --.,-1, EDWARD STEPHENS MARIETTA, GEoRcxA Vice-President Y. M. C. A., '25g Student Coun- cil, '25g Daniel Webster Literary Society, Pock- et Testament Leagueg Georgia Club. This is "Ed's" first year at McCallie, and for a new man, he certainly has that far-famed McCallie spirit. Always ready to help, and with a happy grin for everyone, he enjoys a large number of friends. The fact that he is from Marietta is a recommendation, for we have had a number of fine fellows from there. He has certainly lived up to past reputation. "Ed" has been active in both literary and Y. M. C. A. activities, and has proven to be an invaluable man in ear-h. We regret that he is to be with us only one year. i i I MARK TOLLEY COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE Varsity Football Team, '23, '24g Track Team, '24, '25, Basketball Squad, '25g President De- mosthenes Literary Society, '24, '25g Second Lieutenant Company "Ag" First Lieutenant Company "BQ" Prefect. '24, '25: Monogram Clubg Minstrel, '24g Y. M. C. A., Pocket Testa- ment League. "Nip" came to McCallie last year from Bran- ham and Hughes. He has enjoyed an unusual popularity, and it is with regret that we see him leave. He has a keen sense of humor, indomitable will, and a delightful personality. In addition to this, he has an enviable reeord in athletics, having been a star on the football and track teams. He will enter Sewanee this fall. 2 OLE FIf,HTIN'SPIRITf' s f W , msi 0F Sammi t Pmvufaz mm I "' ,eg Mrmwf E E I 137.5 AMW33-. E- 4 TOLLEY. 1 fi UR DIPLOMAT it NOR- gg i 1 l:i,t,:xx m Y-i s-fl e, N N f ,',,- 9554 l V 1 I V w 5 Fx, I 'W "1 F - """'A'r"j" il' "QQ I H It 11 N N f 7---C ---rf---H-v , ,-,.f1J...1L-:.-:1.,4 " , T lf, I El .3 , l wg. A Affyffmo .. - iff 'lf ' ' 5 'flings if , , , 1 D 1 ' 1: , V l i A 'r 4 V 1 'E 1 1 I ! l V 4 l U w 1 ni .V 's 'I lo I .N r l I 'N . A . ' H ml, NW Af 51.1 WILLIAM VERNER HARRY EDWARD VON TOBEL ,M W'-' , COLUMBIA, soUTH CAROLINA HENDERSON, KENTUCKY 1 .I Vnrslty Football, '24, Thlrd Team Football. "Tornado" Staff, '24, '25g Y. M. C. A. Fab- , '23, Third Team Basketball, '23, Platoon Ser- inet, '24, '25, Pocket Testament League, '24, , neun! Company "Az" Student Uounvll. '24s '25g Len White Literary Society, '24, '25, Min- Unrollnu Club: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Po:-ket gtrel' '25: 0,-M01-ical Conwy, '253 Komuvky ' Testmm-nt L1-agus-3 "Pennant" Stuff, Swimming Club' '24, '25. I Teanx. '24, X 1' ' When the doors of Mc-Cnlllv opened for the 4 W "Rlll' hm-1 the talent for vomhlning scholar' years '24 and '25, a strikingly handsome youth I 'I ship and nthletlvs. In 'athlm-tics, football has was there waiting for admission. inquiring . ,l been his nmln pursuit. Fhls year he made the after his nomo, wo found it to ho 1-Bmy-V Von V -l varsiiy Silllfid and IHS! Wm' hf' Hlarrefl Oh U10 Tolrel. He's the ladies' df-light. It is said that ' ' Third Team at guard. As an able tackle, he ho is a Close Stodont of Vvoostox.. --Rm-' is one , ', I'll'lY"d In F9V9"fll major Hamfm this Year- His of the most popular first-year men on the vam- , I av:-rage ln svholarship has been unusually high, pus- A foremost Worker in tho Y- M' C- A. ' and he always made the senior privilege list. and an tho literary endeavor' vm, are hoping A hos! Of frlPfHiH will hf'1mPf1fSlPd in him whw to have f-Billy" hnvk at Mm-Fnllle nf-xl war. he enters the University of South Carolina this Vve fool Sore he Wm keep up his good ro,.oQ.d. fall. A fl g f f ' 3 -"'3Ai"?1 - 'V N I , - 5 E . R x ll, .1 oh , u, Q 1 A A H 1 A - w V.:-. ' . J f j f f ,,, fum 1 7 ll f 3 J ' J X I A v, J 6 4-A - JE- , I 1 N , lr A! , Ifznhroiinu I -' H' , ' W 1 SJ'-Rf' 2-V' V . ' naw-n.mnu , "bf X Lx 'J ' T' ' f l f f ' x ' ' ' ' f , I i -A VY-o QQ , A f :Af -1 'Q 1 1 X X .W :N ff--M Till . qrG--'v---w-- C' To ,.., v .--- -W., 4. 'Q f--4 K , if .J 'XX f"' ,L ll MI 1: ,X ,. ,ff-ff of Y, M4 I , Q 5. ' S. , . x Hflgl, fy A xox- is will -.., xxx ily XX,-Z 5 i 1 11 11 1 L. x ff-CF? . Y. ,, L- -. ,,,,,,.,,,,, A' STOKES WHITE CONCORD, NORTH CAROLINA Drum and Bugle Corps: Radio Club: Critic Radio Clubg Company "Ag" Carolina Cluhg Y. M. C. A.: Pocket Testament Leagueg Daniel Webster Literary Society: Fourth Team Foot- ball, '231 Third Team Basketball, '23g Best Drilled Cadet in Company "A," '24g Picked Stokes came to McCallie last year and has made many friends during his stay here. He is of genial and retiring nature and possesses a pleasing personality. He has made a good rec- ord in scholarship, as well as campus activities. His work in athletics has been exceedingly good. He will enter North Carolina State this fall. f 1! fam A TH PFNN1 1 1 I, -- , ' '-N .J .1 l y 1 in .5 .... LZ..."."... "TAX 7 ' 'Av KA I 1 1 .L i T ' '- .. .xr 1 . -11 1.1- M "wiv fl'-'sf 1. A "' '11 1 1 1 '1 1 11 11 . E, 33' 1 11 ,1 1 fl ' 1 ' 1 1 1. 1 fi 1 12? 1 31 l . 1 1:1 i 1 N11. 4 THOMAS FRANCIS WALKER 1. 1, WN CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE 1 X' Club de Vlngtz Pocket Testament League: 1 lv Associate Editor "Tornado," '25g Pennant Store rl Staff, '25: James Fenimore Cooper Literary Q 151 Socletyg Sergeant Company '25, ' 11 J "Tom" entered Mc-Callie in 1922, and has 1 proven to be a credit to the school in every Squad, '25. 1 xl line. Although not an athlete, he excels in 1 other activities. His average in scholarship is 1 always among the first ten. As a member of 1 the "Tornado" staff, he wrote a number of interesting feature articles on local natural 1 beauty. He has a cheerful disposition, is a hard worker, and is an earnest supporter of all school activities. VVe predict and wish for him a bright college career. I 1 ' 1 I 1 . 3 11 2- , Y I! pl ' fl' 1 ,I 1 1I I :i 1 i 1 SUPER COLLEGIAT 1 1 STYLES fonts 1 Nl' HAVE GOTTENBS 711.4 o, C M TIRED or Sf if ---1-.AA--M ---. ,143 ......L::.."-V1 V -fd 4"-""""" "rj 15" l x 1 use 1 ff -g A ffiex- 11'1:ll'9:x-1'-N .. ,' y . -.ce 1,. -.t,1 11 1111 '111 1 4- 11 f , .5 11111 1111i I-111 -'Q f X- ' '11t1 111111 ,fcf-ff 1.11111 111111 1111 - 111 21153 151 Q N.:e...:f4Al'11!!l hit., f.l1ll1,W glqjlxg 11 I1 1,1191 N251 '115 gwf is Lg? 1 11 1 1 1 l 1 1 l '2 xii 1 11 1 il Q1 5121 ext x 1 1 11-Q ll 'I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 '1 .1 :-I 1 1 '1 ii T 1 'i1 Q? fl of r A TH PENN fr A--A A ',J.ffi,,..,L...f 'lil xl? Lb ---Q rw- , --i----- f ef 1 9 'l u f ' . .. K . ll 5 vu- L, 'P ., ' Al' " .gm-., 3, it' 11.1,-' - I l l 1 I I , ,,,,,, ,X JAMES PICKNEY WHITSON WILLIAM J. WILSON N. TALLADEGA, ALABAMA PARIS' KENTUCKY President Radio Club, '25, Play, '24-'25, Mln- Track Squad '24-'25. Thi , X strc-l, '24-'25g Orchestra, '25, Mandolin Club, '24g '23p Orchestra: '23-'241'25: rgalgsanxzg-Qglrgggf A germ-ant Company "B," '24:i25, Secretary and Sergeant of Band, '24-'25: Leader of Saxophone Treasurer Alabama Llub, 14- 25: Prize Pla- Sextet, '24-'25, Demosthenes Llterar S -l t mon, '2-13 Sec-retary Radio Flub, '24g First Floor '23-'24p Daniel vvehstpr Lmrm. 'soffmol flzf' 5 , Douglas Hall, '24-'251 Corporal Company "B," '25, P. T. L., '23-'24-'f53 Kentuygky Gini' ,23: 5 l '24:hSergeant-at-Arms Radio Club, '23-'24g '24-'253 Boxing Squad -25. Minstrel .Q4-.25 Q' Sout Hall Football Team. '233 Y. M. U. A., '23- ' ' ' ' , '24g Demosthenes Llterary Sor-lety, '23. "Billy" game gg Mcgamf, two years ago and Of Alahama's many representatives at this Sound Tadeva hos' of frlfmds- With H Cheerful st-hool, Piekney is one of the most successful war bor eleryone and H Winning Smile. "Billy" , and popular in everything he has entered. VVe Saou Name om' of the most P0DUlM' b0yS on won't say what he excels in-that is hard to if gzxsufh Raimi H15 af"'gmPllS:9d muilvlanl l determlne. When lt eomes to radio, he has ' 9 an an ON' PSHE- Both r us all beat: whereas we don't know where the would miss him if he were to MOD Dlilylng. RS L hlue heglns ln that line, he can lnform us he is one of the malnSfHYS- "Billy" is also E where it ends, He is a real asset ln our orches- Tl? athlete' having Played football and been on l tra, playing a vlolln as few prep school musl- e track team' He g09S to KentUCky State 1 r-lans 1-an. As for his studies, he never ls both- next year' and We all wish hlm evefy SUCCQSS. f ered with them. Whlle not an athlete, the old Mvvallle splrlt so dominated hlm that lt ls Q hard for hlm to miss an athletic' rontest. He goes to Auburn next year, where we know he , wlll suvveed. A i l 'si A 1- -L g , , i -1-L .3 'g li V Cf, 5 'gli-,Y V, . , :.:fr+f5:jg-.- fx f K l 1' .5 ' ' R Y-'iff'-Q ' 34-JF' ' - ' :ff-' J l , ffl' 4 , N kasxr: -,,,..1. ,I 1 A L 1 . ,I 1 K 1 alle- - fl f , , ' . 011756-' me -f - ' ' ,' J ff' f 1 1 . .ljl,f.r,.e- , ' ya' X f 'E' A l ' , 1 f 'fel A ii ' 'xl A ' " 1" f Ui u l "'-r ...-ft' - ' v A A. " f V 322' if may s iid i.. ? H Ill X Q25 H. 5 V37 5' X574 .2 - 1 , WMM' r , zu ? 'H ,' fy ' ,,,,,g,cf I-M-wgw WV Was- .,-.,-,,-,,.1h., I ill Lg, ..,,, Y M 7+ XX ----l--- lff-- X A ll ,ol . V lf 'l' k ,a JV sl ll A 1 9 " 5 wr' I di ' ' i f r, , ,f - .p Hz, 0 -?'oQ.., wr ,-sf 5-' ... -- - , , .,. . -z""13T::o3f,c:,:: q,.m-...- ' ' WILLIAM EDWARD WOODWARD VERNON DUGGAN WRIGHT QUINCY, FLORIDA P. T. L., '23-'24-'25, Y. M. C. A., '23-'24-'25, Len White Literary Society, '23-'24-'25, Prefect, '24, Georgia Club, '23-'24-'25, Pennant Store Staff, '24-'25, Orchestra, '24-'25, Baseball Squad, '25, Corporal Company "B," '24-'25, Play, '25, President of Wanderers Club, '24-'25, Dramatic Club, '24-'25, Picked Company, '24, Swimming Team, '25, Douglas Hall Football Team, '23-'24, Minstrel, '24-'25, Mandolin Club, '24, Montreat Club. "Rusty" entered McCallie in the fall of '23. Since that time he has rapidly made friends in the city as well as on the campus. Though not an athlete, he has shown good ability in that line as a defender of old Fort Douglas in the lnterdormltory games. He excels most in scholarship, never failing to secure that which is the greatest desire of the senior-"senior privileges." However, his abilities do not stop here. He is talented in a musical line as well. for he is no mean artist on the banjo and man- dolin in the orchestra. We wish "Rusty" the best of luck, and know that he will "carry on" next year at Davidson. un lm 1 -:f Q. I 5's"rg:5 ' X ts, X wr H 'Jia - "M I III -s M. ,, If I. .muufyyt .Iggngymi .. -.wmv ,, Y mfifil "WTfTfT1f- 'Tit' "' 'I 'I 2 MII I WILLIAMSBURG, KENTUCKY Y. M. C. A., Prefect, '25, Minstrel, '24, Ser- geant Company "A," '24, '25, Company '23-24, Sergeant Picked Company, '25, Prize Platoon, '24, Fourth Team Football, '23, Third Team Basketbafl, '23, '24, Radio Club, '23-'24- '25, Sergeant-at-Arms Radio Club, '24, Doug- las Hall Football Team, '24, S. O. R. Club, '23, '24, '25, P. T. L., '23-'24-'25, Club de Toro, '23-'24-'25, Kentucky Club, '23-'24-'25, Pennant Store Staff, 23-'24, Editor Senior Write-Ups, "Pennant" Staff, '25, Third Team Football, '24. "Buddah" came to McCallie in the fall of '23, From the very Hrst he took a prominent part in all the school functions. Besides being a third team letter man, he is an active mem- ber of the Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. Just as regular as the months pass, he rates senior p1'lvlleges, and lt is rare that he averages below ninety- live on any of his classes, so we see he is an unusual student. He is everyhody's friend, and next year at college, whether Davidson or Cum- berland, we know that he will be successful. i l---4--e-f--- iss--.. - Ne-X4 e..- gf:-3, .N I '-f:.f-.4 ' rr I! ,fc---1 I ,u ,. ,. 1 A ff" , , , - 4, 1 ,,. I . f -ug. I . ' I I ': I QL I ,MI 1 I Ml, TIIIXI II, VI I I L 4 II ,I I , Xl, !,., W ,.c""' RR 59 ' 3 x 5 2 ,A W M li glilllhf M , 1' :fy KW PZ l W ,:I:4:?gl,ga,55 5,fSi5fihligQ?fig g WUv:.::5EH:?Zi?:,,: 'M' U qv- G Vn.::S:::':L15gE:--,ii.-:.-,, Jr .i 1 Q: Z Wo' my wagvywmw '- 4 wa W ZW 4'44q,5'f" from 6 EM gfdglg 5 Z fw Q .. . 1- 2 7 ffwmgfyvjf 4, ! ,. 7 4 , 'x Aff! 5 f , . If 1' M 6 Af 2 ,I lg , ' 6 Z x 1 f 5 f 1 ff! f F 2 f 3 4 2 6 Q ' ' ... ' 11l"' uw? 7" I 57 s , ,, a s Q, Wig 'li 'N THE PENNANT r 1 9 2 5 0 li. sf 'Q 5? '9""Qa.,,q,,2MGoiaMo:,,,.,p.s.,f'sv' unior Class History P old order changeth, yielding place to new." And so the seniors, the standard-bearers of the school, pass on, and a new class steps forward to take their place. Our class life 'l'f'i,g '-Lflll has not been uneventful, and our achievements have not been without merit. We have loyally supported every deserving enter- prise and have sought to further the success of the school. We have arisen to every emergency, and have contributed largely to the pleasing results accomplished. The majority of the athletes of next year will be of the Class of ,26. Our record in scholarship is probably unsurpassed by any previous class. In all activities We have played a prominent part. We are proud of the past and eagerly anticipate the future. Our yesterdays are now history, and our tomorrows will soon be today. When we write upon the scroll of time we shall emblazon with scarlet letters a record of conscientious endeavor and devotion to duty. 4 NJ I e. X Q. 155, .1i.,'3-,. 1 4 ' y H: 58 ax l- -wmlnth f llixilrli e f f W, f - . THE ' N. "!"":1' I .1 1, f, A1?X7jI'w""'V'A ' .vw . - . 44, I 4 ! S 5 1 , ..---..-- 1' ff f y . I E 3 I r X I -I 1 . .5 ll 4 I, .Ii V N n ,E 1 X N .1 Y 1.13 - f 4 Ili.: I' I A ff f ' i 1-Wgwg. f A N- 1 E , umor Class ? i f . W .IAMIQ3 I1,fxgl51,l, ANCRL'NI IDONALIJ CALIIOLJN AlIRl:XN'S MEMPHIS, TENNHSSIQE FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS 'I'llll'1l 'l'1-:mm Fmullmsull, 'Zig South llzlll Ifsunlluzxil IV1'IllUNllH'll1'S l1i1"!'1lY'5' SW'i1'fX, 'ZHL Vursilb 'l'4':nn, '23-Ip Sm-4'l'vl:u'y Y. M. l'. A., '25g S4-1'g.,'1-41111 Ifoollvnll Squzul, 'Hg Sovm-1' 'Fa-ann, T255 Y. M. Wnnlmny "li," T353 lvlinstlu-1, H251 In-nmstlwm-s V. A., 'LHS W2lllliL'I'1'l'S Vllllh '13-1-T355 SUUU1 HHH Liu-r:u'y Sm-in-ty, '21-'25 luxmfssm- 1'luIr, '25, Frmtlmll 'l'1'4llll, 'lfll VUIIIIHIXIY "A," '24-'251 I'- 'l' I. '25 , . .. . A .Innes AICCONNIZLI, ANDERSON JOHN Hom- ANDREWS OCEAN SPRINGS, MYSSISSWPY A suHHf11eLn, Al.A1mMA , Sllulm-nt l'4!lllll'H, 'ililg Pr:-I'4-1-I, '21-H255 Minslrm-I. pi fp. lm -25. Y- M. 4-. AH 135: l,l.,m,StlH,m,s Lil, 'illi l'. 'l'. I... '23-'2-I-'iI5: Y,M.'f'- '33-'21-'351 m-:ary Sm-11-ty. '2-1125: Alaxlvzmm Vlulw, 135: imm- !W15N5ff"l'l'i f"U":"23"2'l"25'l 'I"""lS Nluflfl- 'gl' puny "'l!," '25: lPou1.:'lzLN Hull l"nmthull TCIXIII 251 INXYHIIIIIHILC I1-um, 25. 'ggi 1wU,f.,,-1' 'gg' Lolils A. ANDERSON LICIGH ANDREWS I,0UISVlI.I.E, KICNTUCKY SIlEl"FIliLD, ALABAMA l'. 'l'. ll., 21-'253 Y. M. l'. A., 'ZZI-T253 Imnipl Varsity l"4mth:xll, '2-lg Vnplzlill Flmtlnzxll 'IN-um, w,.1,,,g,.,' 1,ig,.,-H,-y g,,,.l..U-U 'ggyggc I.-1,,,H,nl1 '251 Varsity Ilnsm-hull, 'il-I-'1!5g Viva--l'x'1-simll-m ul :4qnml, 11.13 Vmxllmnb' UW., 'zlxznz SWAIN". NWN- Alallmmu l'lulu, '21-'25g Vim-1--l'1'1-sidvllt llvnms- hull 'l's-um, '25g Kvntuvky Vlulv, 'ZH-'25 the-na-s Lin-rnry Sfwivty, 'ZIAI3 lvlmunuuxlx Vlulr. '24-'25g Slumlvnl Ununn-il, 'ZZ-13 N'i4'4'-P!'L'Si1l0llK nt Slullm-nt l'uulln'il, '2-lg Y. M. U. A., '2-1-'25: I'. 'l'. I... '24-'25: f'4nnp:my "A," '24-T255 l'm'pm'nl . lwnnpamy "A,' '24, ..,x' sw, V 7.7 .1 , 59 . ..-. 11. , , ... .' . .ggx -I Xxx f .,. - ' fr- ff? . ,- , .v nl.. V,,,, N . -.P Y Y 1 -nf... ,ff N 5,5 W -: . l L, X ,Q nl.. U by ':5L3:1,, mm, ,Nr , .a:"! x 4 , lp: . 7 , f gy . ,.. 3 llI'liO1' Class WV11.1.lAAl A. BECKER CllA'l"l'ANOOGA, TENNESSEE Assistant lnSt1'l1r'Lmn' ul' l'vi1n1z111sl1i1m. N. HUGH BLJNIJ ROSSVILLE, GEORGIA l'mnpz1l1y "A," '23-'2-1-'25, VVorvrlrow XVilS0ll Ilitf wrnry Sm-ic-ty. '23-'2'1: Ilzxnill XV4-hstm' llitvrary Snvipty, '24-'25g P. T. L., '23-'2-11255 Mutzfh- 15l'OHkf'l'S Ivllltbll, '23-'24-'25. RALPH BRENIZER CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE f'orp0r':il Uonipzuly "R," '24-'253 Pin-lu-il Nom puny, '24-'25, Y. M. U. A.. '214253 lmnivfl VV1-lu- 9 'lf' 0 'J Sim' Litvrzir'y Sovloiy, 'A-'...vg P. T. L.. '.4-'.5. SCOTT N. BROWN CHA'l"l'ANO0GA, TENNESSEE Jumvs lfuninmrv Cmxpn-1' l.ite1'ary Society, '23, Vlulx clv Vingt, '23-'24, XVooclr0w Wil l,i1erur'y Sowil-ty, 'Z-1-'25, Plzitoon Se-rgvallt f'Ul'llIW?lliy "U," '23-'24, Pi:-km-cl Vrmrxilrzllly, '23- liusim-ss liflnmigw-r "'l'rn'l1zul0," '24-'25, P+-nn Storm' Slftff, '24-'ZSZ Platoon Ss-rgoant, '24- l'ir-lcvrl Vonlpzxliy, '24-'25g P. T. L., '2Il-'24- Pix-km-cl Squwd, '24-'25, NVILLIAA1 BLRNS CHA'l"l'ANO0GA, TENNESSEE W., sun nt' v,-V Zlllt -.,3. .25. XN'oodr'uvv Wilson llitvrzwy Sm-il-ty, '21-'22-'ZZL '24-'25g Fnrxmmly "V," '21-'22, l'nnip:my " '23-'24-'25g P. T. L., '23-'24-'25. EDWIN T. CALHOUN JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI Leu Xvhitw Literary Sm-is-ly, '24-'25: P. T. '24-'251 Y. M. f'. A., '25, Mississippi Vlulu, ' '95, Sovvm' Football Timm, '25g Fonlpany " 25. 9. A, ll.. 24v , , .-, 4 . A... ' I in I-If TNX.-'IN 3' Q . l X w .W .. I ., . , .. I I E E E I L1I'liO1' Class w w x w lncouclf HENRY QARIJISN CllA'I"I'AN00fCA, 'l'liNNliSSl2l'I Irs-sleln-nl ul' liulln-rl li. ln-0 I.ilI-l':n1'y Suwim-ty, HI, '41-r'I'1-lzlry, 'LZZIQ In-nmsllln-uvs, 'LII-'253 l'. 'l'. I , '22-'23-'EI-'253 SI-l'1.g1-:mill tlnxllpuxly "Ii," '25g lllirll 'l'w-:lm lhlslu-tlvzlll, 'llilg 2-Irnmwn-r l-'nrmllmll le-nm, '25. XVIl,I.mx1 I-IIQNRY C.-xssIzI.1, CllA'l"l'ANOOIiA, 'l'liNNliSSlil'I wI'vt:Il'y .lulm-r-I l4'4-llilnfwv l'unpvr l.ilvl':xI'y SH- mu-Iv' l'l'1-Sidl-Ill .lllllll'H l"vninwl'4- 1'1m1r1-I' l.il- 11 nv Sm-il-ly: Vis-I--l'l'vSiIl1-IIL Wnmlruw lYilsun l114-y-.ry Sm-in-ty: First llivlltvlxault Vfvlxlpzllly I , Prim- l'lzIt1mng 'IH-:mis Squzlll. '21-'25, mst ICIDVVARIJ Coovlck Cmslf CHA'l"l'ANOUKiA, 'l'ENNliSSlfE lu-In-Q I tl-r'n'v Yun' - ' "V ' " "V umlruw Wilson Ilitn-1':n'y Suvil-ly. '23-'2I1 ln-- n I I I1 lx lr l I I I I If , 4 . . h, ., . . I., ...- I- ...mg IkI:IIu:Ip4'm' nl' Ifrmllmll 'l'I-um. 'ZFI5 li:u-:lu-t- lull Mnnzxprl-r, 'LI53 IVIunup.:r:4m Vlulv, 'BSL 'I'l1ir4l lvulll lwmllvnll hqlluzl, Ll- JI. LH.-xIu.Ifs QUCHRAN L'llA'l"I'ANOOGA, 'l'liNNliSSliIi 'I'llil'1l 'l'1-:lm lfcnrmtlvull, 'ZlIJf'2llg I':IpI:1in 'l'I1il'4I 'l'1-um lizlskn-llvzlll, 'lillg Yznrsily Ilzxslu-llmll 'l'l'Zllll, 'Il-I-'251 Svwlw-1:1l'y :lull 'I'1'v:1sul'I-r Wmulrmx- Wil- sun I.iIm'I'zll'y Scwls-ty, '233 X'ivm--I'l'vsiIlv11I XYuml- row Wilson I.itm-r:nl'y Sw-I4-ty, 'ESQ Ilrzlmuzim- . .. , . , flulv. .353 Irvslflvllt Nnpllulllulw- Vlnss, '2I3 Fur- lmrzll llilllllllllly '2l3 Sm-11:1-:alll Vuxmvznlly "I '2L!g Svvullll l.im-ull-nulll Vuxxlpzully "li," 'ZIIIL Sm'- gw-unt Vuxnpauly T253 IH-nnnm Stun- Slzlfll '22-'23-'2-I. H you Com' CllA'l'l'ANOOGA, 'ITSNNIZSSEE Hamm-lrzlll Squml, 'Lili 'l'l1i1'Il 'IH-:Im Ifmmllvzull, 'Zil- 'ZIQ 'l'l1il'4l 'l'I-:nm lizuslin-llmll. 'Ely l'I'I-sinh-llt ut' JZllll1'S l"1-lIimm'n- Vuuln-I' l.itI-I':II'y Rm-in-ly, 'lllg Vim-I--l'I'c-sill--Ill .Iunu-s If'm-nimurv Vmmlwl' l,itvruI'Q,' Sm-im-ty, '221 M1-mln-r '19, '20, '21, '22, '23, '2-Ip Vlulv :lv Yingl, '23, 'Lilly Ilunivl XVI-lush-1' l.itv1':n'y I fr Suvivly, 'Ll-'Lug l'u1'pu1':Il Vmmlpzllly '23, '24, .IAM ras lCm1L'xsox lmm--I Wvlvslm-I' l.iI+-rury Sm-I--ly: Y. M. f'. A.: 'Phirml lfmntlvznll Squad, '2Ig South Ilzxll lhmt- lmll 'l'm-:Img lmsl-lmll Squzul, '25, 6 I Fr .- 1 nur. yr 1.41 ff5.1.k-' if ,Y .v, 'XJ l I' -- "I . ' 4 V , ,. , ., , , . , I, , 'Hifi PENN: TNI ., ., . ' .."' ' 'Q' ' " A 1 'ii RR ' "- .. "N-..."- ,I -1 -- --- f-W--W --A--:S -gf v Jsslz-..M -.- .- -.-- ,-v. - -v-A- 1 H- I Q I , ,Q 1 5 I ' I Mr f i 1 J , . I 2 5 I T i I I T fi fi I 1 I 1 I A . H . , 4 LV 'N AZ 3,2 I p I i IlI'l101' Class I -IUSEPH E. KEARDNIER RIAHLON STENVART IIALE CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE BROOKHAVEN, MISSISSIPPI Jzuucs I"Qninxn!'v l'0U1lUl' Litm-I'u1'y Sovivly, '22- I'. 'I'. L.: Y. M. l'. A.1 Lvll VVIIIQA' I4IlK'l'2ll'y Sn- ! '231 Honor Roll, '22-'23-'2-Ip Peunzmt Stow Stuff, 4-ivtyg Third TL-um I1'oothzLl1, '23-'24g Lieutvu- L '23-'2-Ig Third Tvunl Fnotlxzlll Squad, 'Z-11 Vritim' mn Vornpmly "R," '24-'253 Prize' Plutrmn, '23- I lmniol XVvhslvr Litvrzxry Soc-im-ty, '2-13 I'irkn-fl '2-lg l'2lDt2l.IIl South Hull Football Tc-:Img Mis- 1 Squad, '24-'253 Prixo Platoon, 'Z4g "'l'mI'1mrlo" sissippil'lu1w. 1 Staff, '24-'253 P04-kut Tvstzunvnt Imugux-, '22-'23- I '24g Pivkvd Cmnpany, '2-1. 1 ILLIANI ALE, -IR. ' W H l FRANCIS P, GIVHAN VVHITEHAVEX, TENNESSEE MOXTEVALLOY ALABAMA III-mxxmmstlluilmi-sa I:,ilI1:1::l1'x,'Son-if-tylh v2igi-2-tx.-25Ewvfjf-lil. IIVSSUO ll D, ...r- . - -UQ . . , . : ., ...- T .. ' lmnivl XVI-hstm-r I,itn-1-ary Smwin-ty, '231 Privntn- '25g P. T. L., '23-'24-'25g I'1'n-sidvnt Student Foun- t'mu1muy "B," '2-19255 'Fhird T4-um liuslu-tlmll, oil, '25. '25. I N C, ERNEST HOI.NIES, JR. OI-IN . ILASS ' 1 CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE . . Sm-r'1'L-tm'y Fur-lo Remus Llterzxry Sm-lc-ty, '21: Pivlu-d C'on11mny, 24125: Jann-S Fx-nimorv Vcmpf S1-rm-zxlxt, '24g Ilzmivl XVI-hstur Litx-rury Sm-im-ty. or Litn-rury Soc-iety, '21-'22-'23-'24g NX'ood1'ow '23-'24. XViIS1m I.it4-1'zn'y Suvim-ty, '24-'25: II. T. IT., '21- '22-'23-'24-'25g Junior Trzxvk T4-um, '21-'22, Ii , fa, vN"! .L 62 ,' X f.,,J43TlL'.2.,.........."""'1':4 ...1 "" ll! 5- .f.-Y, -UA-.31 .tial K ' X -px ' 1 V ,-- 511 R sxhxx X ' 1 -if-fr I Q, 'X ,. vfiyggh-5-4' I L "AA: L., f -E w-...,: 1, A A .3 , ,- E -,4 J V' ,177 DV.: . ..- AAT. . ij I 1 IJ I 2.4 N ., A A 'itat-Qirik --I S, I n v f, 155. -' ' Q, f E ., 9 A 'Q 4 V1 F fe hz 42 unlor Class jolly -lol,I.x' -'UI-IN L. I,l2.xcI1 l"l,0RliNL'l5, ALABAMA VVASIIINCTON, NORTH CAROLINA Y. M. V. A.. 'l51"35Z l"lIll!'lll 'I'1-:un Ifrwrllfllll, 'lf-li 1':ll'lllill:l l'Iulv, '21-'253 lmn XX'hiIv I.it1-rzwy Su Alulmllm Vlub, 'III-'25p lVlllli4'l XXX-lvsln-1' l.it1-l':nl'5' 1-i.-ly, '21-'25q 4'm'pm':1l, '2l-'25g l'1'm-IR-4-t, '24-'25 Sovh-ly, '21-'25, l'un'k1-l 'l'1'Sl4l!ll1'l1I lu-:19.L'llm-, 'ill-'251 Y. M. V. A. 'LH-'25, XVfUfl'l5R IXFIRN .loxlzfs ICLHQ P.xl'l, I,'mcl'Rlal'x CllA'l"l'ANUOIIA, 'I'liNNlfSSHH Y. M. l'. A., '22, 'LHC l'04'liI'I 'l'4'SIIllllvIll l4l'ilH'll1'. Sw-l'm-lzwy .lamws lf'1-niluurv l'4mlu-1- l.ilvl':u'y Su '23, '2I: 'I'hil'4l Iiusks-tlmll Squzul, 'LHQ 244,-44'--1' ,-5,45-, 'jlg lvgmivl XY.-lusivl' l,il1-rznry Sm-img I-'fmtlmll Hquzul, '21g Misxissippi Vluh, '23, '24: Nlinsu-4-I, '25g IH-nnamt Stun- Sl11t'l'g ilrzunmxu l.l'll XYIIIK1- l.iln-l':u'y Sm-ivly, '23, '2Ig Has.-lxzlli S4'lym,l'l'1'gu'Ii, '18, 'lllbg lmml, Squurl, '25, NVIQLULJN B. l,uxGGm.Y Crmlmlfs U.-xmas KROVQIC cfm:-'1-,.xxonf:,.x, 'rnaxxrcssmz MIQRIIIIAN MISSISSIPPI Imllia-l XV1-lvsln-1' I.i11-l':n'y Sm-in-ty, '21-'22-'22-'21 Y '25g Vritiv lmnim-l W.-Ivslvr I.il1-rury Sm-ia-ty, '21 lmni.-l XY.-lash-1'I.iN'l'1Il'5'5""i"U'- '3"'35i Y- M- l.iI'llll'Il2lll1 twnnpzxm' "Ii," 'Eli Right lluim V. A-. 214,251 MlSH1SSil'I'i Vllllv. '2lA'1?5: I""'lU'f 4'nnlIn:ll1y "A," 'Zig Mm-lnlu-1'I'. 'l'. I... '21-'1!2f'2.i 'I'4'HfZlllll'lll ln'1U1l11', '21-'25. '2l-'25g Pvllllilllf Htmw- Stuff, '2I!g Minstr.-1, '23 '2l3 'I'l1ir4I 'I'1-:un I"uutI1:1Il Srluaul, '21-'25: 'l'l'au-k SIQLIZUL '24-'25g 'Fhirll '1'-'nm Hzxske-tlmll, '24. . f 4 si 63 . 5 ". D I . , k . . Rf' 'X . V Eg I I r 3 s ,ji I 'N 2,7 'wydfg ! . 1 1 I -.,g,f91,..+ , K , X'SXvf:h1- J ' .:' 1 I-ffbjfff-J" NN., .xr 4 I . t2:11f" 5 ,V I :III , ,.--..-Y 2 .. ,,. I,.....-.,.-...,...-...... 'ui' 4 wif' 'X wx xx' I v 5 .4 LIDIOI' Class THIJAIAS IXICCRIJSKEY. JR. EDWIN H. NORMAN KNOXVILIIE, TENNIZSSEFI CllA'l"I'I-XNOOGA, TENNESSEE I'm-kr-t 'I'1-stmnollt III-:mum-5 Y. M. l'. A.g I-'uurth Radio Vlub, '22-'23-'21, Um-lv lie-Inus 1.ite-I'zu'y 'lvvillll I"untlr:Ill1Ls-Il NVlIi11'IIit1A!':ll'5' Sm-ivly. Sm-is-ty, '22-'23, Imnie-l NVQ-hstm-r I,itvI'4II'y Sn- 4-ivty, '23-'24, I1E'Ill0SIhl?l'M'S Lite-l':LI'y Suwin-ty, '21-'25, 1'0l'lPUl'2ll f'0IllIHl!lX "IE," '24-'253 I'. T. IAMFS IXICITADDF-Y L., "2-'23-'24-'25, L'Pl'I"lI12lllf" Stzxtf, CHA'l"l'ANOOGA, TENNESSEE I I I-i:1:4clu:I1l Squzul, '23-'24: Tiilllivl XVI,-lusts-1' Lite-1-1 JAMES IEDVVIN ENUVVLIN ary Sovivty, '23-'24-'25: Corporal Company "A," HATTxNOOGx TFYYE EE '23-'24g SvI'I.r4-allt Armory, '25, Itiflv Tvanl, '24. C ' ' AA' A' ' ss In-um Major' oi' Bzuul, '25g Daniel XVI-bsu-r Lit- vI'zII'y Snvis-ty, T253 P. T. L., '25g Boxing Fluh IDONALD JIIHN RICLEAN '23- MERIIIIAN, MISSISSIPPI HOWARD O'NEAL Fourth Tvmn Footlmll, '24: Len XVhite LitPI'nI'y . ,. , , S01-iuty, '24-'25: Nlississippi Club, '24-'25, I", T. CHATTEVXOOGA' IEMESSEE , L-Y '243252 Y- IW- C- A., '24-'25. P. T. L., '23-'24-'25: I1T'ZX!llFlfit' Fluh, '2-I: Danfn-l XV4'hSti'l" LitvI':II'y Snvie-ty, '23-'24-'25: Hzuld, '25, f'uI'ImI':Il f'oIIIpzmy "R," '2-13 PII-kewl f'0IIlID?HlV. '23-'24, Pennant Stnrv Staff, '25g Honor Roll, ,og 64 Q ri YK W.. I' v 4 THUw ' 1 LXNANi I ,' 4-xff? .Q 4 Am-lm ' ' X 3 1 . H, S 'L1I'liOI' Class CJHARLIZS C. PARIS CllA'l"I'ANO0CA, 'I'liXNl'ISSlflf ll anim-I XXX-lvslm-1' l,llv1':n'y Sm-ix-ty, '22-'llig 'l'l1ir1l leaxm, Ffmtlmll, 'LHp Vulul' fllmrml, 'III-'25g Hals- km thull Sllllllll, '25, hlolm C. PATTY, -IR. CHA'l"l'ANO0CA, 'l'liNNESSliE urlh 'IH-um Funtluxll, '24g Ox'm'lu-stray, '24-'25 l4ll XYhIll- Llh-l'ul'y Snvln-ty, '2-19253 l'. T. 15 -faq IA. ,IACK PUINIJISXTIZR CIlA'l'l'A NOOGA, TENNESSEE Ianni:-1 'Ps-sun, '213 S4-11-1-tzxl'y oi' Imnivl W4-lush-1 llflllli mi Y . -'a S -1-ty, 'L33 'Fhird 'Fmun Fuutlmll, '233 II4-kn-xl Wnnpmly, '2-lg .lnnn-s l+'n-ninm1'm- Uuupn-1 , lltf-rury Sm-I1-ty, '20-'21-'22. 'W joux D. Rfvrmsn TUSCUMBIA, AIAIIAMA .lzuxws If'vnimm'm- Vuulu-1' lin-r'u'x' 'ini lx' "'l- , . , . 1 1- ., - '22-'ZRQ S4-1-rm-tul'y and 'l'r1-:1su1'v1'u1' lizulin Vluh .M-..,,l ,.,5, Th- H , ., .,- , ... .. -..., nd lm-:lm lwmtlmll, 2.4-Lag lrvv , IK-4-I, 'L33 Slllllvllf mmm-il, '2lg S1-nzutv. RICHARD Rm'No1.ns lA0L1ISVII,I,li, KliN'l'UCKY Iffmtluull Stlllzltl, 'LH3 'l'r:u-I: 'I'4:xm, '253 l'r4-lk-1-1 '2-tg "'I'm'n:uln" Stuff, 'ZHQ "IH-m1:1llt" Sl:1t'l', 'ilf I,v11 While- l.it4-rzmry Sm-ivty. CHl2s1,m' Rlcrs, Alu. MEMPHIS, 'ITCNXESSEIE lmuin-l XVvl1stur Lin-rury Sm-ivty: llrum und liuglv f'm'lwg Y. M. 0. A.: "I"m-nnu1n" Stuff, '25g I'. 'l'. l..g I-'uurth 'Fvnm Fuullmll, '24, 65 x rv-H, X:..y.,.s- i ig A . E ... V v v qfw - Till, I-15i.fNXfX.fxi ., 1 4 .,...-, . .Q Z YVILLIAM M. ROBERTS KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE unior Class I+'0Utlu:1ll, First Squad Fuoilmll, '231 Third 'l'v:Lm '24g Radio Pluhg Prvsidn-nt Iiudin Ululv, 'LHQ Nlill- strm-lg "Tornado" Stzlff: Y. M. U. A. Vulmim-13 "l'vnunnt" Stnl't', '25g P. T. I..g 'l'v1nwssm- Uluhg Prvl'n-m-tg Ulxm-r' 1.1-zulvrg l'r4-sidm-ut Junior Flaws. lfkramaklcx H, SAGE nA1.vEsToN, TEXAS ' . IR. P. 'l'. L.g Studvnt 1'1n1x14-ilg In-11 XYhit1- T.iI1-1':n'y Suvin-tyg Pic-kvd Squad: Boxing Squudg lwutlvull Squad, '24. XVLLLIAM J. SHERROD CRFENSBOR0, NORTH CAROLINA Student ftilllllfdlj Pvunzmt Stun- Smff: P, T. L.: XVood1'ow XVilson I.it4-1'zu'y Suvietyp Y. M. L. A. XVILLIAAI SNUDGRASS CIlA'l"l'AYOOCA, TENNESSEE Third Tn-:un Frmtlmll, '23, 'Z-1: Third 'Fu-:un Rus- lu-tlmll. '25g Bum-Imzxll 'IR-ann, '25g 1'. T. I..g XVumh'ow NYilSou l.iLv1'zu'y Suvin-ty. XV1I.I.1AM RIARTIN STI2u1.lz AI,ICEVII.I.I'I, ALABAMA Travk Tvam, '23g XVoodruw XVilson Litf-rnry So- :-im-tyg Pt'llllIlHf Stun- Stuff: Pr-Mn-vtg Studm-nt lfouuvilg '1'hi1'd'I'4-:nn Fontlxull Squzul. 'LHQ Sw'- rlftalry Ibuuin-l NYl'llSft'I' l.it4-rzlry Sm-in-ly. P. 'l'. IT. .Iol-TN Liars STEXV,-'KRT CHATTANOOCA, TENNESSEE Damivl NYT-Irstvr Lita-rzwy Snfiotyg l'un11uxny "A." f' 66 I A kV..,:.. 575 ' ' 1 ,Af-,A , .21 wvgu' Q 514'-Thu ff ' f - 1,51 M' .Lu Lf T H E P E N N A N . -fi LH-jfj-ffl? . . 1 9 2 5 'Ll'3" 'wt Q-rrhogmg 5 I? I a ook3O'?-.oaqgfvff4J..:u.f,::1'Jf"9o!"jw f i . r , 3 I 5 I g l 1 4 2 I V 1 5 , P l l 5 l i l Q A , 5 UDIOI' C1355 j151fFERso.N D L' Frm TAv1.oR COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA QIOHN M. WELCH, -IR. SPARTA, TENNESSEE Third 'Fvsun lfuntlmll, '22, '23g Third 'l'1-:un Bas- lu-thull Squad, '22, '23, Rlflv Team, '23g Studs-nt M. U. A.: Som-vi' Football, '25. 1'nun4'llg I'1's-l'c-113 t'urollnu Clulug In-xnuslhom-:4 Lit 1-rury Sovlm-ty: Y. M. C. A.g P. T. L., First 'Fl-:un lfuotlmll Squad, '24, ROBERT FULTON TWINAM CI1A'l"l'ANOOCA, TENNESSEE I-'uurrh 'IW-:un I-'notlmll Squad, '23Vgk Third Te-:mx For ln 7 ' ' mt ull Mamaurvr, '24, Vritn- Unvlv Iiomus Llt- . 1-rnry Suri:-ty, 'Lily lmnlul VW-lmstur Iliturzwy Su- 1-In-ly. '23-'24: I'. T. L.: Uluh do Vingtg Trzwm-I Vlulr Sen., ntl v ll B4 Ill I 1 dv! 1 3 .'-"1-an 'mnpun,' " "3 -st Ilrl vl 'z - 'unlpnny "Il," '23-'24g Pm-nnunt Sturt- Stuff: 1 Y. M. U. A.3 P. T. L., Ride Team, '24. lmnie-I Wm-hstvr Literary Som-lvtyg P. T. L.: Y CARSON WH1TsoN ' 'I'ALI.ADEGA, ALABAMA ' IA-n XVhitl- Lih'r:u'y Sm-is-ty: f'riti4- Ln-n SVhil0 I.it4-rary Sm-Ioty: Boxing Team, President Ala- ' hmmm Uluhg Third Football Squad, '23: Varsity : Footlmll Squad. '24: Orc-lwstru, '25g Volor Guard, i r I 1 1 "'I'nrnzulu" Stuff: A:-lrlistzmt Art Editor "Ivn- mmf," '22-'23, Art Editor "Pennant," '24-'25, 1 7' 1 HOLMES VAUGHN , I CLINTON, KENTUCKY X lmnh-l W1-hstvr Literary Sm-letyg Y. M. U, A.: Urn-In-sting P. T. L. z -M -1--W -- .... -... - . ,,., , WS, 'X Y .... WME- 67 ' 7--4 twig-L-lrvxggvg-V.. 11117 K, .V A J," ' ,,,,s +4 ------A X - 3 i j,,ff E ,441 C X E XZ r ' I IIA TNFXN: l 21 .J 4 12 I E is ALLEN, AI.,I.EN, J. N. IXNDERSON, BLEVINS, W. BRANDON Bk!-INIZER, R. BROWN, NV. BROVVNLEE BLJTLER, VV. CALLAVVAY, CAMPBELL CARIQEN, G. CARR CLEMONS, E. COLVARD COURTNIZY CRANE CROUCII IJALBEY IEEANE T. SOphOIT101'6 Class MEBIBERS DIEIII. JACKSON, R. DIXON JOHNSON, J. W. ERVVIN KENNEDY, R. FLOVVERS KENNEDY, S. FOLEY LAMPTON FOSTER, J. LANDIS Fox LEEPER flAMMILL LEWIS, F. CIARRISON LITTLE QQRIBBLE LOVIIMAN, D. HARRIS, B. LYNN' HARRIS, G. MCAI.I.ISTER HARRIS, J. MARSIIALI. HARRISON MILBURNE HEIBECK MILLIGAN, H. HIXON, J. MITCHELL HOPKINS MOODIE, B. HUDSON MoREToN HYSINGER MYERS, M. JACKSON, F. NRCHOLS, E. 68 L.-'A AAU: I... - I P -. . '+L-il A 1 AK: 7f?'A"7:.f, -., - ,lvl 'lf L- M. v'.:Q' 1, pf .'r1 PENNEEAKER PRATT RAINS RI-IEA ROBERTS, G. SAVAGE, J. SCI-IOEIELIJ SCHUBERT SHAI-IAN SMITH TALLEY, B. TA'1'E, G. TROBAUGH TRUTTER VVALLACE, W WATKINS, C. VVATTS VVHITAKER VVOTTON ZBINDEN A , A, 4 T H E P E N N A N T pgigzfh gx 4,7 ' '- -UE, "H ' . - .W-...,.... Y' 1 9 2 A 'QM .Qt .L , ibn ,L H, 'T .K ., 551 ,, A y F V 1 - 7 1 -6 H1 i , 1. A1 A , .1 1 +1 ' H JI fl' Ms W , 1, vi 'v 'R4 AQ' H 1' 2 I E 5 I N l 3 w V f y 'i v P ' i 1 P ' A l i I..- 5 L W.,- ', 4 5,141 -M-M-Am V.. R. FI'6S1'lIDaI'1 Class I 1 X . v 7 , . v M lam R ERS Al,1.1sON llxcOON NELSON Asurzx lhxox, H. NEWELL BARNIYIUI' lloczurz fJAKES BRENIZIER, C. lIOUs'1ON PARKS UARMACK HOwr:1.x,, M. POTTER CARTER, A. HUMPIIRIES POWIEL f'AR'I'liR, B. HUNT PUC!! f'0l.lWS'I'1l,I., NV JOHNSON, F. K ROVVLAND, C. COX IQIRKLAND SmiwMAK12 DA11. LINDSIEY STEPHENS, II. DAx1m.s, II. LOGAN, VV. 'I'AYLOR, Z. DAY 1.Ocs'1'ON 'ItHURMAN, C. Ducks MCCALL '11HURMAN, II. IJRANE McC'Am.w, R. 'TURNEY lJURAxlm, II. MCf'A1.I.llz, S. XVALKER, IE. EIWVARDS, F. N1CCRAKY XVATKINS, II. FARMER IVICFAIIIHEN, C. VVOOOS, F. GRlrf1fla'l'lr, G. MCIVER W70OI.P'ORD flRIFl-'l5'I'lI, VV. NTARTING, A. WORKMAN Ylmmnksox YOUNG 69 fx R-.-A A ... .W ---.,,,x,, QF Liizxwlx K,-iv,-Kirin. 'Viv K 'v I k li it Vx, ,", 'uf A ' 'A ' Y MQ 1' y f 'H V : R my Q X app.. X-fif..g5i iw. uflyfxliil ui.. -.-A Y. I I THE PE NI' N -if "V-CV . IH... 'gnfxg .Ex . ,. I Q ,, ,y I Gfafflfflal' SC1'1001 Eighth Grade MARTIN, O. MILLIGAN, V. MONTAGUE, M. MONTAGUE, N. MORRELL MosER MYERS, J. NICHOLSON ORTMEIER PATTON RAEE REYNOLDS, L. Sefvenlh Grade I I I I I I I I I I I I I I .Ig I I. sl . I I AUSTIN, G. DUNCAN AUSTIN, V. FLEMING I BOYD FLETCHER K BRADING GAGER I BUTLER, K. CvRIMES I CABELL HOVVELL, T. I CALLAWAY, J. JONES, VV. I CARDEN, F. KIMIILE I CLEMONS, R. LOVEMAN, B. I C'ocIIRAN, J. McCALLIE, T. I COLLINS, W. MIKCKENNEY ,I DAVIS MAGILL DIVINE ISOWLES DOVVLER , HREssI.ER DURAND, F. 2. CIIAPMAN FOSTER, VV. III COLLINS, G. FRANK 'i CURTIS IOIINSON, C. DANIELS, A. IOGAN, N. I 'I """' " T""' I P 70 I Q5-A XI Q .f1i?::f- . I ff I , I'I 'I -I, MCCIINNESS MACLELLAN ROWLAND, J. RYDER SAMUEL SHARP ,L I , ,J H- f :,"' I I. I' ', ' ff ' A , f' ,Mfrf---f I III L-. ' 1' . - , .I LMQNIIIIII I III i ., t I II, I' 1 . 2 X I Ii M xr A, X RICHARDS R0UsE SAVAGE, L. SCRUGGS SHELTON SI-IERRILL SIMPSON STIVERS TATE, R. TROWBRIDGE VVEILL VVILSON, M. STEM, L. STEM, VV. STREET VENABLE VVARLICR Worms, I. V ', ,XM ""fIi .,,x N Kw- - r A ff ST UDENT BODY 924-25 FACLLTY AND I E TH Q K ,- R. una, ,Jw N 5 . 72 AitIb1Hceitics .xx . ' 1' ,k,m1zlmuznmnmm1,--,Qn+'-A , 1.4:-aw:-rfanzmag - THEL if'?fTXiNANT Q M! J w I 'QI X ky 7xy il .1 4 i E i I r I n 1 I i I I l 4 ', I w ! I I L I Directors of Athletics B. H. SMITH E. K. NIAGRATH R. F. THOMASON I a I Y I x .1 X 1".1lL..1.,1. ,.,,-,,,,A U Y I f ' ' lx ' 1 .Q 1 : . .ai X -X ,xi , A, A--., .- . , ' f..,,9-.5 , F Xfwcwp I r. f :K 'X if . l 'Q 11:27 -wit-Ei. '7 WEARERS OF THE M M S Z X Z Literary T OLLEY, BJH' voN . Efvfflffll P - P325 , Qgfgii' E' I-" iflli. Kms, WF Tom. rr 7 if I ffqgi' 4 ,ANE DW or Spa A 1 A Cheer Leader TOLLEY, B." ,.f l,E x 'WW CHEER LEADERS lion Ummm' 1iEN 'I'ALLaY Bm. Rouukrs Alma Mater llIcCallic, llIcCalliC, bless your llCZll't- You are the school that we love so well. And welll be true to the YVhitc and Blue- Thcy are the colors that we love so well. I ' 77 X -4- -wq,,m,c,,f ' ' .Lf 1 9 2 5 . I Q. ui ,, cbd? oo THE PENNANT up 'Qian 1 'E 1? ima 9,0 Q, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 17 ll boq5' ooGaioD'0ia 9 , Football Coaches EARLE KNIGHT MAGRATH Head Football Coach BENJIMAN H. SM1TH Backfeld Coach Athletic Director 1 awww-nr Wm xii? M11111I111111I111of O LAWD Q 'ff Q ET WASSAT H 3 My ll wi qm W ' ' Cp' " xx J: A. 2,1 5, X 1 . Q J .7'. - ' V' ' Vp: ggi? 2hJ RM'W 4? gr f A . !,r , If i lysa if ig 6, yr, X ji' L , ' lm 1 i, 4 IQHADQJT W4 ' - ' ' f 3' I I Y, Y ' 1 f ii k , KQV i f f K K! fx F , X , M , f vkw.-.-. YMPULSE Zi Nm f "' S W' W '1 79 N r-x AN IQPESWSTABLE ' K '5 X Vg ,,f,, 4, THE PENNANT X X A -,, , , -1-lu- oW.ix 9 els? X i .3 1 9 .f 5 45 Q nf: 'L 'e 6900 ii 6 T b ooG09ieoCZofloDeog:'.De0D00jo A? l l ll , , ,T l I . i l 1 li N , l ' ---177, YY,,, A f ffl .M l l Football Lettermen FRANK MARTING ........... X ......... . . Right Tackle , This big blue-eyed boy with the quiet manner was elected to lead our team through the season of 1924. Because of an injury he received in practice at the beginning of the year, the team was forced to struggle through many contests without the assistance of its able captain. Had this tower of strength been in the line for the entire season, we cannot help but feel that the outcome would have been different. Frank leaves us this year, and with him goes our heartiest good wishes. We are W expecting big things from him in college. l LEE ANDREWS ...... . .............. Right Guard "Shag" is a man that came across and didn't waste much time about it. The big talk around school in September was, "I wonder what 'Shag' will do," and about eleven men from Baylor found out. As leader of the 1925 Tornado, we are looking for great work from him. iiiii W 1 A l li 80 K at i- I , J! :IH hue f FK, x 1 1 1 -s'f:""'j'fjj5,f T H E P E N N A N T 11 1 T'f"fl1j""jiM""0.f I ' 'ilu 1 1 L1 17 3 'i'W""ii" K' 1 1 1 1 1 dl , . .. . -cr Wv. e 1 -vw-3:o'?ff1G,1,,,.,-,t,, .., W ,,.t,. f f, 1 1 I 1 1 1 .YW -- 1 1 . . I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 15 1 1 '11 , ,+ 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1' . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 , X it 1111 1 Wy? 11 1 1 Football Lettermen 1 1 1 1 1 Rommr Sims ....................... Right Halfbavl' Y 1 A hard fighting man is 'tBob," and mixed with it is a snappy, outstanding ability 1 1 1 to play the game. He has grit and determination, which have been big factors in 1 1 1 big games of the season. His game is steady, and he puts in all he has, and is an Q expert at marshaling a team. No man will be missed more from next year's squad. 1 1 1 JULIAN Home ........................ Quarzerbavle 1 1 1 VVhen one asks for a man who can take a ball and is fleet of foot, Julian is the 1 1 man. lle lays a great game, and his broken field running was a feature of the 1 1 P ' 1 11 team. Ile led the team with great ability, punted well, and passed accurately. 1 1 He will be missed next year. Vtle are sure he will make Sewanee a great man. ' 1 1 1 l'lARRY MIl,I.IGAN . ............... ....... If 'ullback 1 , 1 "Handsome Harry" has just finished his second year on the varsity, and we are glad 1 ,1 that he is to be back. He plays phenomenal ball in all departments of the game, , 1 1 and is like a pile-driver at plunging. His greatest asset is his wonderful ability to 1 1 tackle. Baylor will have to watch him next year. 11 1 11. , 11, ...J s,,,,.. , fix ',5! ,s,,,,111 31 1,,,,,.WW,,s -kg, NS , 5,46 .1 ,,4:11 Hy, LK Q..- .... 1- E !1111-ff, ' 151111 fl: 1111111 ?ijgijjL-ff' e 1111111111111 11 l ,, ,, Y H fs THE PENNANT A f A , 4 g H.. 'ff' ,I Niki" A A i ififuq i 'X'N"'NxQ.fSsafT3 1 W V, 3 ,3f3?.Esaeao,..-.-e,,., -AJ ' , .. 1 W ,, an ,x H .. ............ l s l l il is ll is l . 'E I il it Kyl Q I xr, ll ! Football Lettermen CLIFFORD PURSE ........................ Right End "Cibo" was sure of a berth on the team from the beginning of the season, due to his ll earnest effort and his great ability at handling forward passes. He was a hard Ll worker, added pep to the team, and rarely ever let anybody around his end. He was f unable to play in the City High game, and was greatly missed, but played such a ' game against Baylor as to give him "all-city." He will make a good player in College. CARRIGAN VVILSON ..................... Left Halfbafk Shifted from guard to tackle at the beginning of the season, Carrigan showed his sterling ability on the gridiron. His native ability, together with his enthusiasm and i aggressiveness, made him an outstanding player. He was unusually fast, and made half of his tackles behind the line. His loss will be sorely felt. l IE. J. JOHNSON ..................... . . Left Halfbm-k 5 Always full of pep and fight, UE. J." is a player of no mean ability. He is the l' fastest man in school, and probably the fastest in the city. His tackling, besides his ' ability to carry the ball, was a feature in every game. He will return next year and, no doubt, will be a star for the I925 Tornado. .ll I f ., -1 8 e,,xzm,I::.-::.i::i Ls- 4..1,-- , 2 .Y -V W-. .... Y., .ggi-J iiXiig1?Ql1'iC' ii Ki li i I 5 i?9Z'f:f:,2-f?jiff ,. ::gfGQ: JV, .J V WG vfz V ' ' '- i"f'i 1: .1 'V 9- . i I I I A THE PEN N A N T 8 ---eg ,gffllr -V 1 1, V..,fL4i'gf:f4i,:f' W ' b - N " xii---715-1 I E 1 9 Q D I M,3tex,.,,,34o !gWJ,..w T? l Air C"Q'0-'4'l,coL3sf:g:L2L::g::9WSL' I ll Y V, - -frf - , I U I I I . I I I - I II I I I I .I I 'I I I I I l, n, I I, I I Football Lettermen I , I A ED. BUFORD ........................ Right Tackle l Although his first year on the team, Ed. played a fine brand of football. His work l, was consistent and his style of play very pleasing. He was full of fi ht, alwa's , g 5 I, enthusiastic, and well deserved his letter. U VERNON Kerrn ....................... Left Guard , "Gridiron" has played on the Tornado two years, and we will welcome him I E year. He was a guard of merit, making second "all-city." l I MARK TOLLEY ...................... Right Playing his second year on the varsity, Mark has made another fine showing. 23 could be relied upon to make a gain around end in almost every emergency. II , was one of the speediest men on the team, full of fight and pep, and a very standing determination. VVe regret to see him leave, and are sure he will make at Sewanee. I I I ,II 'H7 v...v1Y.l...i .i. .--.-.qTlUl Qefl :L back , next year. His work has been very good, and we predict that '25 will be his best H al fbacl' He He out- good 8 :.... , ,. , x, 2 ,as xx, lx -- fl, x V .57 I PM ,I 'I ,M mr Q 4 Q 2 x, ,, 'I li ll. 1 1 l o gl 1 l l s ,,,,f-1, my THE PENNANT ,X EX , .F .Q Y .R f + l , T A 1 9 2 :J 'A l Cggisrx-b 5,0 ' , X Q., ,G 5179... -- . 1 gif 3' vegas.:-wt5,-gacnzwtiwirgflohpof.fo QP ii T In ll l il -l ll l 5 I l l l l K X l rw-YYY K ! y ll Nl Ql T Football Lettermen l I l CLARENCE EDWARDS . .................... Left End 1 "Rex" has played varsity ball for three years and is the best end developed in Chattanooga in recent years. His work in each game is always superb. He is a il natural star. Few men can boast of getting around his end of the line during the I past season. He will be missed more than anybody on the team next year. l! Ql 4' LUTHER BOONE . . . . .......... . . ' ...... I-Ialfback , Possessing the best arm on the team, Luther could pass long distances and with fl uncanny accuracy. In addition to this, he could punt long and high. He is a natural J E f athlete and a great asset to a team. ' W l TOM CARR ......................... Right Guard l 1 "Tiny" is a bulwark in the line. He played steadily and dependably throughout the 5 season. He is much faster than the player of his size ordinarily is. This speed, 3 coupled with his determination and ability, make him a great player. l l l . l lx! D: lt. iiiii WJ 34 C, 1 I X ,QI gf, .wmv L, ' I il,-,,-, , THE PEN N A NT W--so X is Q I IT 've 1 9 Q 5 It . immvo pqnvovl l i H' bl ooQ'4'ieuq Q9QocL-'IODQQQ I1 .fl I I , 'I I X , X . Hi i I I St' 'I l ,WY mfg, Ex I WI yd Xl N Football Lettermen I ' ip I I JOE ALLEN ........................... Center I I "Dog Face" was a great fighter on the team this season, and we are exceeding glad E that he has one more year at McCallie. His great ability is evidenced by the fact that he made "all-city" this year. His work in the line has been splendid. I g I f Tom PEACH .......................... Fulllmlrl- I I Tom was the find of the year. It was in the Bradley game that he firstistarred, and in each succeeding game he was equally prominent. He was the best and hardest 4 I plunger on the team, in addition to being a good punter. His loss will mean much I to us, for his will be a hard place to fill. I I I II MALLURY PHILLIPS .................... Left Ilalfbarl- I W "Mal" was one of the most liked men on the squad. He runs hard and tackles with E a tenacity that is seldom seen. Deserving undying praise for his stellar end running I and pass catching of this year, we look forward with much hope for "Mal" during I 1 W' the '25 season. f I I I Il ' I I I 'W l' ' -S 31 I, -Q 7 ' gh ,.,,,, , , ,. , T 35 7, INN ..4....af"- VARSITY THE Q c ' l . Y' is 'X Football Resume Maxaman Cmsia The next game was second to A week before the opening of school, practice was begun. There was a large squad out for the team, and, with several letter men back, things looked good. It was September 27 when the first real test came. NIcCallie tangled with lylarietta High. The Blue and White started off the season wonderfully well, making a thrilling and gripping game of it. As if one touchdown was not enough, they pressed on for two more, making a score of 20 to 0. On October 3 we met Dayton on Chamberlain lfield. They showed up well, but the Tornado was too swift for them. ln the last quarter "Bob" Sims kicked a field goal, which decided the game in favor of lNlcCallie. On October IO seventeen men journeyed to Knox- ville. The following day the team met Knoxville High in the hardest battle of the year so far. Cap- tain lllarting was forced to give up the fight in the first few minutes of play because of his injured ankle. This handicapped the team considerably. H ad he not been injured, the score might not have been I7 to 0 in favor of Knoxville. It was two weeks before we again engaged in con- flict. At the end of that time, we met Bradley Coun- ty. Hope started things off by a 65-yard run for a touchdown in the first few minutes of play. hlc- Callie had reached its top form, and won, 30 to 0. the biggest of the year-City High. All were set for good game. Although we were in fine form, we had dropped a bit from that of the l 87 v39:fs.af'-:af-as 3' " il .v Axziiifli alfitxl f . J. 1 as T H Li P lf N N A TNQ 9 1 fi I i l Y ...... 2 . . . ' past week. Allen was an example ot how the men fought. But lN'Iassey, of High 1 School, grabbed a blocked punt for a touchdown, making the only score of the game. The next game was one that will long be remembered by all those who saw it- ' T. TNI. I. They gave a wonderful demonstration of football in that sixty minutes. s fi 3 lX'IeCallie also showed forth on the defense, and, until the last quarter, the game was . rl held in the balance. A 45-yard drop kick by Hope, for T. NI. I., was one of the main features of the game. T. IXI. I. was victor by a score of io to 7. " A trip to Darlington was our next to the last game, and once more the Tornado l flashed forth, bringing home a 20 to O victory. VVhen the whistle blew on November 22 a memorable battle was begun. It was Q good to see those eleven men fight for lN'IcCallie-fight against odds, and then fight with the odds, for so at times the luck shifted. Never has there been a more thrilling game at Chamberlain Field. People were guessing as to the outcome from start to . li, . 33. - i i l l l .I 1 I l i l l L, Ni 7 . if- . as X 1 I ....,....4..,: ' . T' x v ff' .4 17" gig ' -'-uf.- It wc -jr li ,xf -.NLS sizing . 'N A 'T 3-,gf i -:V 'L','., -5 ...,gIV 'T' 4 so I , , ar. THE PENNANT gg fmwa-4511-fag? 1 i 24463 132 5 6 A 4 b Z - Q V - Sxzlba...-V ' ,V ,.----.,--.- ,,,.. -MW K New sf i A Q .ff V Ti" 5 I i 'T -1 , .14-H 5 t I i l . . ,, ,, . . 1 5 finish, so even were the scales of v1ctory and defeat. If -the biggest word in the 1 A ll Iinglish language-came in for its share of public notice. If VVitt had not kicked a l , 1 , " pretty field goal and won a well-deserved game, the scales would probably have re- 3 1 lf r 1. mained balanced. l 1 . . . - . l Qi Thus the season closed-not so victorious as it might have been, but a season which 3 1 we can look back upon and say, the team never gave up. Players may come and players 2 l i . . . l i may go, but lN'IcCall1e will always have a fighting team. Q l 5 l l l I 5 V l I 4 I i it 5 L. i 1. a, le If 'L lvl E! J sl fl KU A - if 'i M f it ft .4 ,ffl WAX,- 5 Yllx . 11 ii ii i 5 i 4 l l . . f Qi W ill H 5 5 ? l ii cm s i ia i 1 l l 3, ' in 2 il Q l, l l gl r ill Q 2 'il Lisgwf-MF.. e-all 'I 89 T55 A es .Fin Lexx iE"te or aw ffillf Milli lil W ,'-ww i Basketb au Captain 1 cAl"1',x1N "R EX " ralmuxalms QI -'H -. v v TH E3 t I Q I 3 . 4-rf i . . i r Basketball Coaches L I I r J i B. H. SMITH i Head Basketball Coafh Q I V I I I ! 4 I ! -E1 v .1 3, MX f 1 an I I ! 1 A QQ ' Q X . gl 1 1 VV. F. XVREN s Assistant Basketball Coarh ' - Lx . fs ,-A Q-gy ' 1 s . X A W . 66 ., I, 1 1 . 1 , 53 , i Q95 "-.is 1 , rg, . ,my--cez'-f' .,,:- 4 t g -,A -',,- 5,2 x ' 45. ,Iv V ff 1 4 .V ,' X 73, sq, 4 s mf qilgggf' V Y rl s r as f D t 1 r Q F ' u Baslcetlnall Lettermen CLARENCIE ICnwARns, Capmin. . . . . . .Gum "Rex" plays a stellar game of basketball in every contest. As captain nf the team this year, he ihas proven tu lu' a wonderful leatler as well as an unusual player. llc was chosen for a lwerth on the mythical "alll-city" team. lle has natural ability, and is the best guard in this section of the state. 93 'Eff .Qi f" 'fl S -. , .lt ,xc tl Basketball Lettermen IJUTH ER BOON E ......................... Forward Boone was one of the mainstays on the team this year. Playing as forward he could always be counted on to get the tip-off on account of his height. He was a good crip shot, and scored many points by following up long shots. We are sorry to lose him for next year. ROBERT SIMS .... Forfwarzz' VVhen the time came to have a scrapper in the game, l'Bob" was right there. He always made a few baskets, shot fouls in the pinches. His ability to shoot fouls turned back the basketeers of Knoxville High. It will be hard to fill his place. CHARI,IE COCHRAN . Forward "Pinkie" barely missed making his letter last year, but from the first of this year there was no doubt that he would be a regular. He is fast on the floor, and, with his ability to shoot long shots, he is a valuable member to the team. He will return next year. I 1 94 K la .L,, ..,,, Q . as , I is 4 q CLYIJ Flux Srlaw Baslcetball Lettermen is PARIS . . . . . . . . .... . . ..... . . . . . . . 19m-n-fm! Looking :yer the nucleus around which to build a team for next year, Clyde looms up as a very promising man. He makes his letter this year as zi reserve, but with the experience of this season, we feel confident that he will be on the varsity next year. K lhl.-XRTINC ...... . . ....... . . . ....... Cwztvr VVitli both height and nimbleuess in his favor, Frank has made an ideal center. Ordi- narily, he outpointed the opposing centers in all of the games. He was a good shot, and shared honors with Mitchell as being the greatest scorers on the team. ART Mrremzrl, ....................... Gum-11 Uf the players left from last year, Mitchell showed the most improvement. He was the center of the offense, always dribbling and passing well. Crip shots are his spe- cialty, and be never fails to be one of the high point men. He will be a bulwark of strength next year. 95 is il' I-1.1 wig 52.143 VARSITY THE Axixoiak G 'l'A'rr a i , ' s . , . 1., -V 'li l ETQQN N :X Nl 'S' .Ast ' 1925 Basketball Resume How often we look back upon a season of some kind of sport and wish it was all to do over again, feeling that we could play the game in a much better way! This is the feeling of our basketball team. Beginning the season with good material, and an excellent coach in "Ben" Smith, our hopes were high. VVhen the first real game was played with City High, and we held them to a 34 to 28 score, they were strengthened still more. Our next game was with Notre Dame, which we won after a hard- fought battle. The trip which the team took this year was a success, not because of the number of games won, but because they licked Knoxville High School on their own court. This was quite a feat, as they always have a good team and are hard to beat. Shortly after the return from the trip, the team hit a slump and did not completely recover, except for one game. VVe cannot, however, spend too much of our time in retrospcction. If we wish to progress, we must look ahead and plan for better things. By the time the city meet rolls around, the team expects to be in top form, and to give the other three schools a battle for first place. In closing the season, y-clothed boys will probably take a trip and win the school more glory, and tuinsclxcs medals. 97 -g:a.e1.,., meg- ,.,- . Vail . 3' -an if-f-,ply 98 w ,I , I 1 1 K I z li ll 4 4 fms "' A '4f !, T H E P E N N A N T 1 'V 'A q 'q H ' 1 9 Q 5 Q59 MW-W A A A r Ai If , . A as A 4 ff L I l ! 1 A! l 'QI A Baseball Captain ff 2 Ag Vi A A i U . V 1 A I. Q1 We E74 W I A A R 3 i 1 A 5 T A, 1 31 A fi A J 5 I CAPTAIN "DAN" BooNE i 5 2 l 'e 3 A5 ! i I A3 r l La X - -A5 -t--.V 1-Mfr'-X M 'lei ,E " 3, 1-"'fZ!f" I X XA A PM :Sf -1-yyqlw MEN !1'ifmU.,vV,ga,' 'Qlql fly? 4391 xfiwyx 100 I Q24 VARSITY THE THE PENNANT I Q tj ,7 ,mx .. . - . g H ng AJDQ75.. 'Ig .Ai f 5?s f-A' ff pf: xii T-3+1:z: w-15.5 11, 1-fwht li if 0 Baseball aw, . A...-i-,,.. .r M. ,-,,.,l. . , ., Baseball, the most widely played game in the MANAGER Rxmiak United States, is not left out of the sport program at lVlcCallie. We always have a team that can give a good account of itself, and this year is to be no ex- ception. Baseball has not started as yet, but, always looking ahead and planning, great things are expected to come to pass. Some of the best players of last year's team did not return, which will be a handicap, but we have our best pitcher, Boone, who is captain this year, to twirl for the Blue and White. Besides Boone, there are five other letter men back, among them some of the heaviest hitters to be found here- abouts, and the best catcher going in Tom Peach. This year, as usual, there will be a city league, which will be played in tournament style. McCallie will play Central three games, and' City High and Baylor will play three. The winners of this series of games will play the best two out of three games for the city championship. After the city championship is decided, the team, in closing the season, will take a trip to Sheffield and Florence, Ala. Even though baseball was only a dream, and not a reality, when this was printed, we can feel safe in saying that the season was a success. 1 o 1 f K' n.... , 102 Z ei 1 9 Q D ' K" lip , THE PEN'NANT . i. , - 'QE' ' f a 4 01 ah! oqoge n o5oo eqo,, m0Go4ioDwiaoD5 Track Captain CAPTAIN WADDY H unsoN xo rffrrrf, am kt! X30 l :LTD '55, fum 1 s Q 1 4 I I v A V- 4 ,a . . ,M . , -, 4, Efiw Pixxaxx ,,N.:, .'1 THE VARSITY R. F, IUAVIDSON, Couvhp VVALLY HUDSON, Capzain COACH DAVIDSON The Varsity IIUIJSON, Capt. MARSHALL REYNOLDS, R. MAR'l'ING, F. VVxLsoN, VV. CA'roN KEI'l'lI rI'OLLEY, M. RATHER ALLEN, J. BDONE CRANE SIMS EIJVVARDS, C 104 'Q 1 -X A-L.. ,A ' ? -.fy A n 1 4' 'f A fy -,,, .- f' f' ......,-s...-....-...a,..-...,,., , A Q wuwawambu, "H-"" Q . e s- , , 5,555 T H E P E N N A NT , e be-gg' 1 9 2 5 07519 1 .A ' of of i0'Qn'iWQ6mtww.GoiaD.u:::odu,of0d9" , Track S the PENNANT goes to press, there has been very little done flwfl In the way of track .work-only alittle practice on formg L'Wliq'?x'4 hence, we cannot give anything like the write-up which LF-U4-L track deserves. With five letter men of last year's team gone, Coach Davidson has some hard work ahead of him to develop a good team. However, we have some good material in Hudson, Crane, ix and some newcomers. As we have lost only two track meets since track ill' day began at McCallie, we feel sure of winning this year. Z ' Two men-Reeves, in the javelin, and Stutz, in the mile-hold i Southern records, made in the track meet which Sewanee gives every year. I-Iere's hoping Joe Allen sets a record in the javelin this year. He won first place last year with a 140-f00t hurl. The first meet in which all the schools will participate is the Y. M. C. A. carnival on April II. This makes the third year the Y. M. C. A. has given this carnival, and we expect to bring home lat least two banners, just as we did the first year. il QR L- '05 H-. r v iiiii I .. .. fly, ve. ,i.K.. . i r l lf .V LH xi. SAN I I iw l SOCC61' Football This year a new game, soccer football, was introduced into Chattanooga. lNIcCallie claims the honor of introducing it successfully, and put out a championship team. The only other school having a team was Baylor. VVe played them four games, and won each one. The success of this year's team is practically due to "Waddy,' Hudson, captain of the eleven. ln addition to being an expert coach, he is a player of unusual ability, and was a star in every game. The game has been popularly received, and next year the other schools of the city will probably put out teams. The following men were on the squad: lVlARSHAI.L, R. HoUsToN, O. MARTING, A. HOLMES, E. ANDREWS, H. DAY, F. ANDREWS, D. FLowERs, B. HL'DSON, VV., Captain CRANE, N. PURSE, C. BROWNLEE, M. RHEA, W. ANDERSON, L. FOLEY, E. 106 Mm A , I 1 . 4' A : ,Q 'l' ll . iKi1iKii"iili 9 '24 3, TeHHiS Team McCallie has always boasted of a good tennis team. VVe have a winning aggregation this year, and are sure of again annexing the city ehampionsllip. Since the inauguration of the tournaments, we have won the championship eaeh year. The stars of this year were runners-up in the Sonthern Amateur Championship games last year. Both Purse and Allen were letter men last year. 1 l l ' 07 12: f .,,e -..W l . 'X MTD' "5f"v" , 'ljj see. , K 1 1 7 if , ff rxiggyl. S . , N 1 . ' 5,57 1.5, X, V i - 4 ' gf: pf' w-.'. v All -lb'-.A K" 5 1 Ez X' 1 N5 2A.'. - - COACH LACY THE THIRD TEAM G. G. LACY, Coafl1,' A. MARTING, Captain The Team MARTINO, A., Capt. BRANDON TWINAM VVR1m1'1i SISCO PARxs DURAND, H. FLOYVERS ROBERTS, G. r1'ALLEY, B. POTTER LONGGLEY CORY ASHER ROBERTS, W. L1NnsEY JONES, D. ANCRUM EDMUNDSON BUTLER DIVINE, E. CARTER, A. CALDVVELI., M. HALE, M. FLEMING DAY CARSON SNoncRAss LANDIS ZBINDEN STEEL JOHNSON, F. K GARDNER BROVVNLEE xO8 3NQG'pS'?-!..Y"?I9' 3'iF,Z-'?:5T" . 8 .V ,Q W" ' 'wi' 'W Third Team Football F:'5' HE third team was a success beyond expectations. Under the coaching of Mr. Lacy and the leadership of Captain Delly Marting, they walloped every foe except Darling- lliile-Y. ton. As has been the case in past years, 'the team came out champions, and lived up to the current reputation for championship squads. When they met Baylor, the hardest game of the schedule, through stellar football and grit and determination, they won. Snod- grass, our plucky center, broke through and blocked a punt and ran for' the winning touchdown. This is the third consecutive year that our third team has been city champion, and we hope that the feat can be repeated next year. , 109 at f E 5 rn Q H 'U s s 51 Q cn Q Z w K Z gs '-3 N M If pe or 1" il'- 0' L -- 4 so JA cj TI I IE TIIIRI3 TEAM R I Suzlfk, Cnzukhg GIYHAN, Cllfifllillj 'I'A'14lc, Jlflazmgrr COACH SAGER The TCHTII IIALI, Ulvlmx, Cap! Sxonrzmss Roxslims, G. DEAN WV1um1'r ULTRA Mclfmmrix, Com' COLiR'l Max' j,xcKs0x, R CARTER, A. Iflllzlvkiilsx, xn, II. IIO A ' any-Q. ,QQ Rv' """' 1 9 2 5 S Tis? ioaqn. "m4 ecC.Z -' oDoo:i0UV bCio5fo jr l Third Team Baslcetl: all 'Gi' 2f"l to the eflicient coaching of Mr. Sager, the third team Lf nifty . A 2.15 was a great success. Quite a number of stars were devel- mfjfbl oped this year in the various contests. In addition to estab- Lishing a good record for games won, it helped develop the 'ZW varsity squad in the weekly scrimmages. In the Junior League they 1 tied with both Baylor and Central for second place. Quite a number will go up to the varsity squad next year, and we shall watch their progress with interest. M if , Q 1 1 1 1 if JIIIHHI FOURTH T EAM FIFTH TEAYXI II2 N X X ,fl4f'y' , X X -- , ' v MiHiitaLr'y 1 1 -. awww -za.. M- V-p:,:n1 M: -L - ' --f'-vw" """ f"'W" H i, !.,,, THE PENNANT WQ .,.. . .., . ....- if e .er . 1 9 2 9 'Zig .iqoq6n "Govt Decaf-.::QD.s::::e'9'ogjoo9oo iq? T. H. MCMILLAN, Lieutenant 0. R. C. B. D. Kxrcnmcs, Lieutenant 0. R. C. Commandant Assistant Commandant Tactical Officers This has probably been the best year that the Military Department has had, due to the experience of past years and the efiicient services of the reserve ofhcers, Lieutenants McMillan and Kitchings. They have spared neither time nor energy in order to raise the system to its present high rating and standards. New features have been introduced, and the department as a whole has been more popular than ever with the cadets. t I-1'Ill.l...LlfllL. I I 5 Q -AW Y -F an-M X b 116 THE COLORS i i fx..,gmM-,M-,germ V C S ' , ,,,,-,,.,.,.-,W f, T HE P BN N A N1 i i in q+L.:rggs..,,c,f-.1.rgstgfafp 'nf-ft 5' K Yiwu! 1 l i l i i L i M1l1tary l l .1 ,1 . . . , . . l 4 HE Military Department ot McCallie has been capably handled this year i ll 'aj' by Commandant lHclVIillan and Assistant Commandant Kitchings. The ' student officers have also contributed to making the battalion a success. i The great credit goes to the private who drilled hard, trying every day to 1, , .., 4 f.Aj1 I , , , l ' ' make his organization the best in school. l if From the first the boys drilled with a determination, and it was not long before 5 ig' the "rookie" squad was abandoned and the new boys were drilling as well as the old 3 ll cadets. All worked in a united effort to make this year's Military Department the l N best in the history of the school. li i l pl i ,i ll 'i i In addition to the regular schedule of drill, parades have been held on every Friday afternoon. These have proven popular with both students and patrons. We have a number of visitors each week for these special inspections, and a spirit of rivalry and competition is keen among the various organizations for the best maneuvers. Not very much time was needed for the battalion to learn close order, so that time was left for taking up almost every branch of military, which is one of the most versatile of all occupations. Signaling, target practice, and also extended order were taken up. Q Uur prize squad this year was one of the best in the history of the Department. -, I4 They upheld the old tradition of winning in the tournaments and acquitting themselves f' U most creditably on all occasions. Captain VVatkins was in charge of the squad this ear, my . . Y. i and presented each man with a medal for their excellent work. In the competition Qi! company drill this year, Company "A," with Captain Sims commanding, won first A lace. i l P . . . . . . , 1 ii At different times during the year the McCallie battalion was reviewed by Colonel 1 F. K. Rowland, Commander Fourth Corps Area, Nlajor-General Shanks, Admiral ' ii Rowell and Captain VVise. l rl ' , . . . , . Q On Parents Day, May 27, an exhibition of the ear s work was given, and the best . 'Q . . . y i H drilled man in each company was presented with a trophy by the company sponsor. ' Commissions for the next year having been announced, the battalion was given the final ii "dismissed," il fi I ll . . nu .A ., i,a.... , s iq i 1 it ll il 7 i il z as eeee e 0,14 -- ' 4- "'."'..,.y" "'s 'iiulgn U7 V,-1 f'4m""s " new QL -.-...-J e -R iq l it 1 if-fl ii . I 'H - if L11 im t it fi ,Y VZ. V ,i 'l i' S fa' W 'iiliiii ,itil A 118 THE BATTALION STAFF ., , K ' :L , ' A, 'I' I i EQ P 2, H. .Q EA V . 3 jul.1,xx Ilomc, Major Miss ELIZABETII BARNES, Sponsor Battalion Staff me . . . ...... . Major Puksrc . . . . . .l,'ajw1ain, qlfljulanl If0Lfs'1' .... .... I Inlzzafm' Ofjfrrr JACKSON . . . SFKOIIK1Lifllffllllllf II9 X " , --..,"" ' 1 .4 '-.,s., -, , , -NXT ' . X - ., 4 --. -xo, , ,- 120 THE BATTALION IZI COMBIISSIONED OFFICERS 'Hi Qi I i' . 5 3,X'wN'5sR I JN? I.. I I SIMS, Capfain MISS JEAN SIMS, Sponsor C BEAN ompany PM NE . . . Firm ljfzzfvzzezzzf EDXVARIJS, C'. . Suc'omll,iwzztrna1zt f1.'.RRISON . . S1'I'o1z4iI,iI'ulr11a111 llAI.I. . Firsl Svrgrunl Sl"RGli.'XN'1'S ALLEN, J. COQIIRAN, C. ROBERTS, G. LONOOLET- VIQRNER WRIOIIT CORIIORALS BLZFORD, J. '1'Ax'I.OR, J. I'lOVVARIJ MOOOT, li. CLOSE MILLIGAN, Ii. PRIVATES .ABERNETHY CARR HARRIS, B. KEI'l'PI MOOIJIE, B. ROBERTS, W. ANIDERSON, J. CORN' HARRIS, J. KING, J. MORETON SIvIAI.I,ING ANDREVVS, D. DALBBEY HOPKINS LANDIS NICHOLS, VV. STEWART ANDREV!'S, L. EI.I,IOT IIUSTON LINDSAY OYNEAL TAl,I.EX', B. BOONE FERGUSON HUNT, B. MARTING, F. PARKS VFAYLOR, Z. BRANDON FI.OwE JOHNSON. E. J. MENZIES PEACH VON 'IQOBEL BIJFORD, CvARDNER JONES, D. MITCIIIILI, POINOEXTER VVIIITE CALHOUN POTTER VVOTTON 122 .Q ,V ip. -'rf 1 'I fl-g',,,.' 5 . V 2 NN' g.4'. 4' '.'T.v , -- A.,- X X1 .1 , ... 'AJ '.J'f" ,X , 123 COM PANY A LAYSON, Captain Mlss LUCILLE WALKER, Sponsor Company "BN I'0LLEY . . . First Lirulvlzulzl HALE, M. . IIEMJRYX . . Second l.iE-ulonurzz JENKINS . SERGEANTS BROWN, S. WH1'rsoN, J. ANCRUM CARDEN, J. CORPORALS SNODGRASS IIIXON. J- DAY ANDERSON, N. A PRIVATES ANDERSON, L. fgIVHAN LEEPER ANDREWS, II. GRIBBLE MCCROSKEY BLEVINS, B. CRIMES MARTIN, E. Boxn HOWELL, M. MosER BRUNS, VV. TIYSINGER MYERS, M. BUTLER, VV. TONFS, K. NELSON IUIZVXNE, A. KENNEDY, S. NICHOLS, E. DUPRE KIRKI.AND Nxcrmr.S0N FDMUNDSON' KROUSE PATTV FLEMXNG IAMPTON PHILLIPS FLOWERS LEACH RHEA I24 Wvg. -Ez 1 , " g, -, 7-v':'4.Ei1,"7-riff ' . Sefoml Liruluzaul . . Ifirsl Suymnl SIMPSON LOVEMAN, D. Woonwmzn BRENIZER, R. SAGE Slsco SMITH, B. 'TROVVBRIDCE WATTS WELCH W7HITAKER VVILLIAMS VVoons, F. YOUNG I2 COMPANY B , X .- 'fif' ' '.f-' Lv.. . ssiii I. 1 ,,..,.....--,-.., I'Hiz PEI 'NIFIN F Y! 1 U J flsjr 1 . 44, I WATRINS, C., Captain MISS FANNIE HARRIS, Sponsor C bb H! ompany C CASSELI. . . . First Lifulfnant CARTER, A. . . SfcondLieu1fnant IJURAND, H. . Sl'l'07ltfLi1'lll'1'lld7lf SIIURERT . . . FirstSrrgfant SERGEANTS IIIEBECK BUTLER, K. LOGAN, VV. MARSHALL DAIL HOLMES CORPORALS ZBINDEN BROXVNLEE AI.LISON GLASS WILSON, M. SCHOFIELD PRIVATES ALLEN, E. DIXON MCALIIISTER SHAHAN ASHER FARMER MCCRARY SHERROD BOYD FOLEY MCFAODEN, C. STEELE BROWN, VV. Fox MCLEAN THURNIAN, C. CAEELL GARRISON MCMILLEN TROEAUGI-I CALLAVVAY, T. HARRIS, G. MCKINNEY VAUGIIAN, E. CLEMONS, R. HENDERSON MONTAGUE, N. VAUGHAN, H. CROUCII JOHNSON, A. PRATT WALKER E. DEAN JOLLEY RAINS WALLACE DICKS KENNEDY, R. REYNOLDS, R. WORKMAN LOGSTON SAVAGE, -T. ' ,I J: .l:t.::.:::::.: g:.:..+::..gE H I 2 6 I , r,,...-.- . Li 5 '-N-SQ' NTE?iIil,11M . C v., ' '-fu 41 .Sf I I I , Lf. , ,-,,. I ',.-' "..v'42f71 ' . .1544 ,nf .- I 'R' , I W I I -iw ' .I fri?-I II , ,II .ff ................ III ill ,I I1 I I I I I I EI I II I I I I I ',I fi! I ' I . I I Ili 3, .NA N. ,I . A w V, F II" I I I 1, I I I .xl I If IS 1 I I I III EI A ff? 44 I27 COIVIPANY HC 1 1 A if .- X.. : 3f:+'!7fZ:f if ffij ,RM 'jf 'Q V , k . - - . .V ,. iff f 'Hi KH, ' .1 " 'A W D MURPHY, Captain Miss ZBINDEN, Sponsor lb W! Company D Ummm' . . . . Ifirst Lil'llf1'Iltl!Il 151.1-LVINS .... . . . Svvond l.iz'utrnanl jollxsmx .......... First Srrgrani SIQRGIZANTS '1'R0'I"l'IiR VVALKER, T. Sumxroy, C. Co1,1m'm.L NICCALIAIE, R. RICHARDS CORPORALS Ixxw jmmsox, C. I.ovr2MAN, B. COLLINS, XV. MCCALLIE, T. SAVAGE, L. PR 1 VA 'r IES Bowuss Dufm. f:RIFlf1'l'H, VV. MCC'I.r1I,l.AN REYNOLDS, I.. STEM, W. lilusxlzlak, C. Dowusx f?AMMILI. Mcilxxxass Rowmxn, C. TQHURMAND, H CARHLR, B. limmc Hxxox, H, MCIVER Rowmxn, J. VENABLE CUAPMAN Dumxn, F. Ilowzle MILBURN RYDER VVATKINS, H, Cox FIIVVARIJS: F. Inrmx, N. MYERS, VI. SAMUEL VVHLL CUR'lIS FI.Ia'rclnaR MAGILI. NHWELI., SCRUGGS VVOOD, I. V. DANIELS, A. Foswma, VV. MARTIN, O. PATTON SHARP VVOOLFORD Clixmzk MCCALI, Pucu STEM, L. 128 H 1-,f-e15'wg,,'u-rw, v 129 COB PANY D s,. THE PENNANT j ' 1 1905 9 XX. X L ta W P 5 i , 1 I 1 w . A w 4 l 1 I I , I i i 1 1 i 1 ! 1 i V N s sz 1 fs +1 ,V ii VI 1 l 1'P UI ' I t x 4 1 4: 1 si s s L P . M it LE' x .1 E Z s5g5m ,I Vvjgf- f ' , 35, A o , A V LX' ecQ"9i1ec-QQ:-:1Lf,eO--W' V Er CALDWELL, M., First Liezttermnz Mlss LOUISE MORRIS, Sponsor Band CALDWELL, M .,..... . , . . . First Lirutenant Miss LOUISE MORRIS . .... . Sponsor COURTNEY . . ...... . . First Sergeant BASHINSKI CARMACK L... DRUM NIAJOR SERGEAN1' NOWLIN SERGEANTS BURNS, M. WILSON, W. COLVARD LUTLETON F1RsT CLASS PRIVATES BICKLEY LEWIS, D. COLLINS, R. PENNEBAKER PRIVATES DUNCAN CARSON JONES E KIMBLE IHEUREUX, E L HEUREUX MCCLURE SHERRIL g M Wx s -gi ' L ! L? X H1cDoN JACKSON I... tl 4 I 1 i I it W fi H N if I. 32 Q I 4 rf ,30 I -,,,. m s w , x l 1,5 A r-ffv I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I L. 131 THE BAND K- . .. I. 2 .1. f v -. II.. ,e'v,xxI 1' .,, CRANE, Sfrond I.il'1lff7ltlIlf EDITH GANNAWAY, Sponsor Drum and Bugle Corps CRANE, Drum .Major . . . .S1'4'o11IlI.i4'zzlwnanl EDGERTON . . . . Sn-om! Lirutffnanl SERGEANTS HAWKINS FOSTER, J. QIORPORALS CLEMONS, Ii. TATE, R. CAMPBELL, A. NORMAN PRIVATES AUSTIN, G. IIowm.I., T. MORELI, AUSTIN, V. IIUMPIIRIES ORTMEIER BRADING KIPKA RABE BREssI,I2R LEVVIS, F. RICE CAI,I.owAY, I. MARTING, A. R0UsE CARIIEN, F. MCKEY SIIEWMAKE COCIIRAN, I MII,I.Ic,xN SMITH, B. IUANIELS, H. MUNTAGIIE, M. S1'EPIIENs, II. GRIFFITH, G. WARLICK 132 QM E I, i, i ii I Ii I J ll 'I ii F In fi 'E ll I: H .I il . W fr 4. li Kr b 1 F if ii li 'I I, i! 'P ,. I 4 I I A I , ...4 .Ziff S vu, I I B L'GL E CORPS AND DRIQBI FIRST SERGEANTS xf A NON-COM MISSION ED OFFICERS 134- 'lxllli PICKICD SQVAD 1 .pi ml Iv XX Uzntlxlnh, mmflng Miss I-:mnw llurrls, mumwmq mum:-:alll .I. XX. I,uu:n1. 1'.-xmnumla 4 1lll11u,.l. l'n1ml4-xl:-V. X. lxwwll, .I. 4l:ll'1I114-V, XY. Ilnln-Vis. S. XYlliI4-. S, Ihwmxxll. I". Suu H I lllux llhlllltv. 135 an Q M W9 . a I DRILL ATHLETIC M X Qyw ,X Ax y ,X XX x Xx x NR IH If W W RQ? 7, N lf A ff ,...,g-if Clirgalrmizaliticonxms J il - -1-? gy, , ' 1 Z2 mmmwa: 'fwaum an-w , Q. f '-nzlwanf. llR S'l' TICRAI SI X XII ONID TICRXI Sl N XII 13 ' f M THE PENNANT A , 1933 2 Student Council and Prefects Axmusws, BASHINSKI BRANDON CA LIYW li LL FDGERTON fIOPE HOPKINS JOHNSON, Mo0D1E, B. VVoonwAkn nf, vi' 1 XE gi PEACH REYNOLDS R SHERROIJ SIMPSON STEELE TAX'LOR, VIQOLLEY, WELCH VVHITSOIX 140 ,L I 2 'a ' X' ""v'g nf all I' 'QU' 634, .. TH Ii PENNA1 1T ,Ni -'1Lf'f 1 11 1 1 ' " l V' K , , .,, 4 Young Menis Christian Association The Ymnw lxIK'lllS Cl1risti11n 4ASSOL'l?lfl0ll was l0lllllll'll 11t lXI0C11lli0 0i1fl1t0011 v0111's FN PN . ago. It is 1 1 v01'v IIIXDOITZIIIY 1110tor 111 tl10 1110 ol 1110 llOl'll1l1'0l'y lmys. lr ol'101's ll 1'01'y XVll0l0S0lI1C' 1'00r011tim1 011 Slllllllly nights. T110 l11l't'flll11S 111'0 110111 i11 T110 "YH I'l'Cl'CZlflOll romn on tl10 first Hour of 1701121215 Hall, 111111 111'0 1011 by boys 11110 2ll'L' ll1L'Illl5L'I'S of flll' Cabinet. The "Y" 1111s given 11 good bit of 11tt0ntion to tl10 s00i11l si1l0 of life 11t M0C11lli0 tliis year, having sponsorcnl Z1 party gi1'0n for tl10 111111 for the il0l'Il1lf0I'y boys l10r0, also giving girls of rlilll' Girls' l,l'Cl72ll'2ll'0l'y 501111111 s0v01'11l ClltL'l'l'2llI1lIlCllfS of 21 1'11tl10r in1- proinptn form, giving tht' boys ll 011111100 to 1liv0rt tl10ir II1lllllS nn S11t111'1l11y nights. It is Zl v0ry great ll0Il0l' to 110 1111 c1Hic01' i11 tl10 Young lxIffl1lS Lllll'lSfl2lll Associzztion l1t'l'ff, Ll r0pr0s011t11ti1'0 fI'0I11 tl10 stuff 111-ing s0nt to tl10 st11t0, 11s 11'0ll IIS 1110 llilflfllllll- convention. f 11 141 i WH ,. , xr Q ?,,m,-...,,,, -,1-, W ,, - J 1 1 1 'l is 1 is ,X X .sq 1 1 1: 5 1 gina- 272 'QQ.:5,sm-"fi 1 ' 1' ffnp,-ner" A '51, 29:1 ,ff ,Al ,. ' 1 f.'. rwgu ti I ,A7.,k1Nv E1 K: Ffx I R f..- E.. .--..:.EQfl-gig.. V., . L. I . R e .. ., ,L41kNYAAhi -5 X 2' ..-lf 3 . , . A-X gxgqx " " A " I ' I . . - r R... 1 I I i I ! I 4 I I .,', I 4 .I l I Q F irst Term. I F PURSE, C. . 'E SIMS . 1 STEELE . . I w I I Daniel Webster Literary Society OFFICERS . Prfsidrnl . . . Virf-Prfsiflcnt . . . S Nrria r y and Trf'a.rurrr J Q MILLICAN, H. . . . Srrgmnt-af-nlrzns. . E GARDNER .. . . Critic . . 2 , MEINTBERS ANDERSON, L. DANIELS, H. HARRISON L'I-IEUREUX, L. ASI'IER IJIVINE HAWKINS LOOSTON BECKER DIXON HEIEECK LONGGLEY BLEVINS, B. DUPRE HENDERSON MCCLURE BOND EDMUNDSON HIGDON MCCRARY BRANDON FARMER PIIXON, J. MCFAIJDEN, -T. ' BRENIZER, C. FERGASON HOLMES MARSHALI. 'I BRENIZER, R. FLEMING HOPKINS MARTING, A. L BUTLER, K. FLOWERS HUNT MILLI-CAN, H. I BUTLER, W. FORD JACKSUN, F. MURPHEY f CABELL GARDNER ,IOLLEY MYERS, I. CATON GIVHAN KIRKLAND MYERS, M. 'V CLEMONS, E. GRADY KROUSE NEWELL 1, COOPER CJRIBBLE LEWIS, F. NICHOLS, E. , 5 CORY HALL L'HEUREUX, E. NOWLIN I3 CRANE LQ'-.3 P' 31- af, 1. I42 L .ff'sTal.:':.,- -..zz I 5 TX .Nw-v.. VI , A- S, -. . X I .41 L I 0'NEAL PARIS PARKS POINDEXTER POTTER PURSE REYNOLDS ROBERTS, G. SAVAGE, J. SCHOFIELD SCIIUEERT SHERROD SIIEVVMAKE SIMS SISCO Second Term. . . PURSE, C. . MARTING, A. . . MARSIIALI. . BRANDON . FIXALLEY STEELE STEPHENS STEWART TAI.I,EY TAY'I.0R, Z. THURMAN, TROBAUCI-I TURNEY' C. VAUGHAN, E. VAUGHAN, H. WALKER, T WA1'TS VVELTCH WILSON, W. WOODS, F. YOU NG ,Q 'Z:........'- -T -E ..' - ....l. "fT Tl ""' fy 371 rf.L.Zf . .2 ,f . .517 I lfirsl Trrm. 'l'ol.l.1sx', M. Axnklcws, I.. KEHII . . I'r':Awl . ICRVVIN . . Al!liRNH'l'HY ANCRUM A Nnkuws, D A Nmuaws, Il Axmuzws, I.. B uvokn, Ii. Ckxxlmrsx, G. Fmsr: lJ,u.nlsY DM' Demosthenes Literary QDFFICERS . . . I'rwsidn1t . , . . . l'ir1--l'rwxi.lr11f . , S4-rrwtary and Trmnzrrr - . Sl'I'yl'!lll1-IU-:Il'Il15 . . . . Crilir . . . AIISMIHSRS IfI.I.I0'l' Fkwm FLOWH FOS'I'IiR, AI. HALF, W. KI-:rm Kmc, XV. Llxnsm' l.0cAN, VV. Ml'l'CHH1.l. I-I-3 ociety SATIIIIAI Trrln. NORMAN PEACH SMA1.1.xNr: Sxonck.-xss '1xAYl.0R, J. '1'or.I.r:x', M. 'l'wlN.xM Vaxmsx vVIlI'I'AKIiR XVILSON, F. I+'rms'1'nx, j. Bl . l'r:.xc11 lVlI'l'ClIliI.I . D,xl.nHx TFORIJ, li. 'v P I I i v I I I 1 ii: I ,, HKS ,- , 'A . 1 .I ...FJ Er THE PENNANT Li- 1 1 X ,gp L .. .Q tis:- vy . I! I 3: I .ii J , :NVVZ Q WIN I Z' AF' Q l 5 JBITICS Fenimore COOPCI' Literary Society OFFICERS ' Firsi Term. Semnd Term. DEANE . . . . President . . .... TROT1'ER CARTER, A. . . . . Fire-President . . . . . DEANE VPROTTER . . Serretary and Treasurer . . . CARTER, A. BROWNLEE . . .Sergeant-al-.4rms. . . ROWLAND LYNN . . . . Critic . . . DURAND, H. MEMBERS ALLEN, E. COX MCIVER BLEVINS, W. DAIL MARTON, 0. BROWN, W. DEANE NEILSON H BROWNLEE DOVER POWELL i CAMPBELL DURANO, H. ROWLANO, C. ' I. CARTER, A. GAMMILL SMITH A ' CLEMONS, R. HARRIS, G. TIIURMAN, H. , 'Q COLDWELL, VV. C. JACKSON, R. TROTTER 1 U CoLvARn JOHNSON, J. VV. VVATKINS I I I W . C . J LYNN 144 '- Il- ,I .M , L-"TTT ' I '3 , 5,49 jk X, I Aff of S- .,f. ,F r-- .I I 11. fsvif -ff ,L if .. , ,Im - ,-,,,I,.,i., . . Sw- A1223 waxy.-I fig-I x'QsfS?If??"5 1 1 lr 'III L .XILH1 iq-,IN 65,51 Ig. E254 l1"iA'X'wNN'4HxN! L Ifirxf Trrm. IilJGliR'l'0N . . K'A1,nvvr:1,x., M. llmuc .... l.1sAcu . M0kr:'l'0N . . AI.l.l'lN, j. ANllliRSIlN', J. HASIIINSKI BICKLHY Bun-nun, j. C'.u.nvvr:1.r,, M. f'.'U,II0l,IX Iinrsriumx Fomcx' Len White Literary Society fJFFICl5RS . l'I'1'.fi4f1'lIA' l'fr'1'-l'l'r'.vi.fr'11l . . . Sfrr'1'f11r'y ami' Tl'l'll.flll'1'I' . Umuusox llfxma, M Home II0L1s'l'r1x -Ircxulxs JOIINSON, JOHNSON, Srryfalll-al-.lrmx . . . . Crilif . Rlmllzraks 12. J. If. K. joxrzs, D. joxris, K. KING, J. 145 KIPKA l.AM1-Tow I.AYs0N I.:-:Acrl I.r:.wHR I.x'r'rl.rc'1'oN McCRosKrcx' Mn'I.lcAN MAk'l'1N, E. MAkTlNr:, F. 5 'h'5.?" fini.. x SNYIIIA! Tfrrn. . C.-XI.llWIil.l., M. . . . linczkmox . . Bulfokn, Al. -louxsox, li. j. . XVu1'1'soN, C. Ikluonm, ii. Mommy H. Mrmkmox NICHOLS, XV. l'.x'11'Y Suns Vox 'l'mzlfI. XVIIITSON, C. ' XVo0lws',xRn 3 First Term. Robert E. Lee Literary Society OFFICERS . . Przrsidrnf . . MCCALLIE, S. . . MCCALLIE, R. . . . . l'ic'f-Przsidfnt . . SAVAGE, L. . . Srfrzflary and Trfasurrr . MILLIGAN, V. . . . . Srrgeant-at-.elrms . . RXCHARDS . . . . Critic . . MEMBERS BOWLES LOGAN, N. CALLAWAY, J. MCCALT. CARDEN, F. MCCALLIE, R. DowLER MCCALLIE, S. DURAND, F. MCGXNNIS EDWARDS, F. MAGILL JOHNSON, C. MXLLIGAN, V. KIMELE MCKINNEY, G. MONTAGUE, M. 14.6 I n Y Second Tfrm. . . MCCALLTE, S. . . MCCALLIE, R. SAVAGE, L. . MTLLIGAN, V. RICHARDS SAVAGE, L. STEM, L. STEM, VV. STEPHENS, STREET TATE, R. Woon, I. H. V. D1cKs lust Trrm. XS nbos, M. HL Ml IIRIHS . liAnxl'r'1' . M l may . Al.l.lSf?N AUs'l'1x', U. A1rs'l'lN, V. BAkNlc'l"r liuvn limnrxc liklassu-:R f'AR'lxER, H. CHAPMAN Cocllk.-xx, J. t'm.r,rNs, G. Cornxs, XV. C'uk'l'ls Uncle Remus Literary Society O1-'FIQERS . 1'f4'Jfd1'Ill . . l'i1'1-I'rr5ifl1'11l . . . Swfrwtary and 7vl'I'IlA'IlI'1'l' , . . Swryffrzrzt-111-plrms . . Criiif . BIISIXIBIERS I7Ax1r:1.s, A. Dllilll. Dmxra Duxcuw Ifl.r:'1'cl I rzk FOSTICR, XV. GAc:r:R flRIFFlZ'I'Il, G. fgkllflfl-1'l'lf, VV lllxox, H. llocue liowau., T. IIUMPHRIES Jonxsmr, A. I jox ICS, VV. I.ovEMANn, B McCAx.1.1H, 'I' MCMILLAN MAc1,El.l.AN Mmsukx MORRELI. Mosul: MYERS, J. OAKICS ORTMEIER PA'r'roN PENNHBAKER Pucu Srfoml Tfrm . . VVILSON, M . IVICCALLIE, I . . . OAAS . . BARN!-ll . Al.I.1s0x RABE Rm'x0l.ns, I.. Rvmek SAMUEL Sckuncs SHARP Smilxrox SIIERRILI. S'r1vEks VENABLE XVARLICK VVr1u.1. XVILSON 'III-IF PE'NINlAN'I' A A . iff" . ' ,--' ,, I ...4 4 A I - L In V '-N,,g-L O.-.: if , ,ef -A I-I--1'--L ...g.. 'T I II ' 1 'Af I uv I I 5 . I . .. R V' L .Y L., I I I I I I I . I I'I I I 'EI 'I I ,I I I .I NIH :. , A , ' I Woodrow Wilson Literary Soc1ety ' OFFICERS First Term. Sffomi Trrm. EDVVARDS, C. . . Prvsidmzt . . EDWARDS, C. COURTNEY . . , . Virf-1'rvsidvni . . COCIIRAN, C. CARR . . . Sfrrrwtzzry and 7'rwa.vurrr . . VVOOLIAORD ' BOONE . . . . Sfrgzrant-af-Ilrms . . . HOWARD PHILLIPS . . . Critic . . . . .BURNS, VV. IXIEMBERS ANIJERSON, N. CROUCII MOFADDIIN, C. BOONE DICKS MURRAY BROWN, S. EDWARDS, C. PHILIIIPS BURNS, M. FOUST SIIAIIAN BURNS, VV. Fox SIMPSON CAI.I,AwAv, T. GLASS TATI2, G. CARR IIOVVARII XVALLAQH CARSON IIOVVICLI., M. VVATKINS CASSRLL HUDSON VVOOLFORD COCHRAN, C. IIYSINGER VVORKMAN ' COURTNEY KPINNEDX' ZRINDEN . 5 FACULTY MEAIRIIRS B. H. SMITII B. D. KI'I'CIIINGS, JR. QI wo. A A I A igtm ..,.-..1.4.:H..,,.L.,-.-. 'II 1 I48 M ...Az I . " I ,V--I XI . I' N ' -. '-.. N , -r N11 I I mv! PX- . - 1 "UI.irIl 5 A ,PCI IIAEFIQQZ? A A..-. - IVIIIIII' In ff " 'ALI'-III Ha-E" NJA' D A 'f4iLL-gb -' -, ,V . f H x T H rl P-' N .LX g 'T ,NA J I -X ' 1-lv! , v- --, First Trrrn. Rum-:k'l's, W. . HICNIJRYX . NVl1l'l'sr1x, bl. VVRu:1l'1'. . Radio Club cJl"I"lCERS . . l'n'5iJ1'11f . . . l'in'-I'rrsi1irm' . . S1w'fl1r'y and 1wl'l'1l.VIll'l'I . . Sl'1'ffI'!lIIl-fllzIVIIIJ . . x Srroml Tfrm. NVHITSUN, J. Ronrilws, VV. . . RATHER . . CIRIMHS PAYNH, J. P. W. Ia. J. xvliflli . . . . Crilir . . . Nlmllaxfzks C'.xk:u.wK I.0v1sM.xxn, IJ. R,x'1'mck DAVIS N1L'AI.I.IS'I'IiR RORliR'l'S, iinxwafa Mrlim' XVMKI-ik, llfxkxxs, I5 Mmxlcxxm' XVIIITE Ilxmus, -I MON'l'.xr:Lrrs, N. XVHITSON, lllsxmavx Nl':1.s0x XVu.1,l.-ms Lfxxms l'.-wxls XVo'l"1'os1 Llcwls, D RMNS VVRICIIT I TlLX:.-..- ',4 .11 k, ..,. ..1 149 W- -- , . v'g.,,L. ., . ,, ,QE ,Xu Z Mfr. a fQ,..,. , mf' XM., S: C - 5 2... . ,f- 3 4.- .A The Monogram Club OFFICERS EDWARDS, C .... . . President SIMS . . .... . . . Ifiee Preszdent PURSE, C. . . Serrelary and Treasurer IVIARTING, FEW IIOPEMF XNILSON, CRN' CARRBF SIMSMHHE ANDREWS, LFP MITCHELLH MCFADDEN, jf MOODIE, BR' HUDsoN+ BOONEH EDVVARDS, CFKH NIEMBERS voN Toner! 150 ALLEN, PURSE, CH TOLLEY, MWF PHILLIPSX JOHNSON, E. J. BUFORD, Eff CRANE? MILLIGAN, HPF KEITHX PEACHH' BLEVINS, B56 ToLLEY+ , , .. , 3.m.,,N, IHI- wr XNKXTXJ , 4 ,I 1. 1 .- I 4 f If I I I ., The Pennant Store Staff ABERNHIIY KING, J. CAI,uwEI.I., M. NICHOLS, VV JACKSON, R. O'NEAI. JENKINS SHERROD SIMPSON SIMS S'I'EIsI,I-t r1'WINAM WYALKER, T. VVoonwARn ISI . M1 ' ' I,.- . I If X fe-I. 'Nm , I 1""f. XQQTX ,V Z W 'm1 1Pr3NNfxNT 'Y H Mix 3 Aw Aj 3 f26,f"Z"""""""""' iff SHERRILL . JACKSON . . CoLvAxn . LOVEMAN . TROBAUGH . BASHINSKI . HIGDON. . WILSON . . W1-uTs0N . PATTY . . PENNEBAKER The Mccallie Orchestra VVILSON, Leader . . . . Piano . . First Cornrt . Srfond Cornrt . Firxt Violin . Srcoml Violin . . Saxoplzonz' . . Saxophonr' . . Clarinft . . Banjo . Xylophonv . Drums 152 . , AV, rl . X ft -J Y 4 J ,f 1 ,- N' , QM. 'V CTX . 4,41 ,A 1' I slf' ' '12,e.+'-"if , , Qi", --.,-1':4'fv2g1 . lf- T5 I1 f 14fu':2Zf-7" 'N'1lf4I: 4, A' ' " . W- ,'ff'L--' ' 'Lf -" ,W fl . 'li .r f 1 ,........ ...-.--.-...---.-f ,rj T H lx P ll Tx N pk N l' "4-if i -i j '. The Poclcet Testament League rlilll' Pocket 'llK'Sf2lIl1l'l1f League was formeml at lNIcCallie about ten or twelve years ago. Almost every boy in school is a lllCll1bCl'. This league is sponsored hy the Young ZxIl'lllS Christian Association, and has charge of getting its members. The rules of the league are that each member shall carry a Testanrfnt with him wherever he goes, anal that he reacls at least a chapter a day from it. ln chapel the boys are encouraged to follow the readings of the Scriptures, and are often callecl upon to answer questions, which always bring a hearty response. ' ' fi 153 HL 1.45, ,, A ,.. 1 V 'l i g --K V 'f-M..-' ' ,,. ilk l ' S -2,7 , I' L Travel Club C. E. CANNO N, Teafhrr ROBERT GRADY HUGH JENIUNS FRANK MARTING FAY MURPHEY ROBERT TWINAM TOM VVALKER 154 R1 , R .. .. A HV Vi 'K-CN X xi Iwx Alabama Club MEMBERS ANDREWS, II. RrX'I'llER ANl!RENN'S, L. SAVAGE, J. Blcxnm' SAVAGE, L. COOPER S'rHr:I,H DRAW '1'ROwnRmr:r: l+'ORn NVATRINS, L C 2 xv I 1 A N VV.-x'l"rs HARRIS, B. Wnrrsox, C IIAWKINS VVlm'sON, J JOLLY VV1l,r.mMs, I Pmcrr Xvoons, I. V I XX .-, 'iid' f W "SF" ' 33-IIC' 'I' H P Epi N N A N 'E' 1 luhy Carolina Club RIEMBERS If 4 I J C'.xI,Iwvr:I,I, JACKSON, IEncER'I'0N KIPKA IEIIMONIISON LEACII FI,0wI2 MARTIN KIRADY MENZIES QQRIIZIZLIE SIIERROII HOPE SIMPSON Ilousrox TAYLOR Ilunsox VERNER VVHITE, S. FACL'I.Tv KIEMBERS B. D. KIICIIINGS R. F. DAVIDSON 156 Msmggzkx: xY..A N J A ,vrnvwifggr 4- ,f' ew ff 4 Lb THE PENNANT fa 0,1 A' 1 Yk--1 i Q gy f 1 'CQ IJ. 1 A - lx SF.. ' 5,14 ' Georgia Club NIEMHERS BASIIINSKI Covina.-x N, J. DUPRE FLIQMING ffkll-'IfIi'l'H, U. f:RIl"I"H'I'lI, VV CRIMES III-:Nnmsox IQIZNNICDY, S. I.1'1"1'I.lc MCKHY MYERS R0wI.Axn, C. STEPHENS 157 ' .'l ,.--..A. - -- xg 1 A J A 3 X, 1- , x!i,,lf,'R" s j ' grgj x' 1, KM, ,Iwi ,Q1.wfr,5,, ,Qu , V ,xxxi ,y MM 1, 1 ,N 'Nffn-nf!-,, NRL 1.11 mu ia , Qgffwvf Ng V, W ' I :.l X ,W f' 041m i V! .wiip I, lj, X. V , 3 ,ff X N 1 I . , L, , Xeilffff Kentucky Club Ammksox, .ASIIER CABELI, CATON FERGUSON FOLEY LAYSON LEWIS, F. MCALLIS1' MARTING, MARTIXG, AIEMBERS L, Moonv, H. PRATT Rm'x0I,ns, I, REYNGLDS, R T URNEY VAUGHN, Ii, VAUGHN, H. vox Toms. ER VVn.soN, XV. A, VVRICHT F, YOUNG 158 Mississippi Club Axmaksrmx' l'.xI.noL'N Cox Il.-xuc, M Ilmnox llonrl: loxlcs, D. iluxl-is, NV AIISAIIRHRS Nlcllms, XV. '59 KIRKIAXII Kkouslf I..xM1-'mx Inemllik Mcl.H,xN Moonua, I3 N10Rli'l'0N Nln'lml,s, I 'I In LT '-":::r,: ' ,, TITS PlkffNf N XNT .ij M M f , --Lwui i Im y U 116.5-...gig A33 .,,N, ...mr R -P- EA' "! , '-T, ANCRUM BRANDON BIIRNIZIQR, C. Y I , .X Tennessee DIETIL IUIVINIS IIALIQ, E. HARRIS, G. M EMBERS BRRNIZER, R. BROWN, VV. BUFORD, E. Nrcnonsox POTTER PUGII RHEA RICE ROBERTS, YV. SMALLING 'TOLLEY 'I'RoRAur:II VVELCH 160 BUFORIJ, J. BUTLER, II. DEANE IIARRIS, J. JOHNSON, E. I. KING, J. MCCROSKEX' .5--I I -af I ,aff X xy-.I . . -1: '+"23-f' ,-1 ' R'-"4-QI?-,Q . , M, r pt. 'Quiz' ' NN NT 4.1 I WC. 5:7 'V' . 7,5 ' H , L I -Alla: ,, ' 1 R- -------N -'- :,.-?,....-....--"1-.ri A 'Iu'Hii PlQNN,X.Xl , fl . i 5 1 i 5 1 w w i Y w i w w 1 Y w l W U wi '1 .-Q 1 P, I i s 1 3 1 X I i s w .4 I', ,- , . . 1, ' . .f.1...--.- ...ma - -., - .v I1 V 1 D 'X X. 13-4 Wanderers Club Mmxmfks AAIHCRNNIIIY flfloridnb Axmuevvs, D. fArkan5usJ IflAI.l0'l' Ql7lorid:1D HARRISON fVirgini:x7 Ilovmxs CNQW Yorkj Rowl,Axn, J. f.AI'kZlIlS1lS, SAGE C'1'exusJ XVor1nvvAkn flflm-idab VVO'I"l'0N KNew jerseyj 161 . ,V F tk f +-..,- X f 4 -' 5.5-igxghlm , j ,V N, ...gr t 'lu .J ,tw 4 E I EOMUNDSON ELLIOTT Montreat Club NIEMBERS FLOWE f2RADY lVICAI.I.IS'I'ER REYNOLDS, L. MCIVER REYNOLDS, R. RICE TROIIAUGII VVHITE XVILSON, C. VVOODVVARD FACULTY NIEINIBERS DR. J. P. MCCAIILIE MR. C. V. BROVVN MR. R. F. DAVIDSON MR. G. G. LACY I62 wav...-',zf-ja., 3 . . '71, LGS' 4' 2 ,ln 1 :se-gm 'I l'iENDERSON HUDSON 'lhmsv-u-A.: 4-. . 'f 4' -'.jf.f,.Lf"F2!'.-ft. 'l .z,r..f-, .. - . , ' ,V W A T H PEN N A T -. N - ---C 3 ff" ' Q 5 , -T: ...gffl e -'-""'tYe 1 9 9 5 'tee - .et . ' 2 " . 4 sv . 1 Q i,.-fQ,,,i du :yas-u Q , ' "'Qv0 potg,jsf.L- opoo:.-:lf C 1 L' fMC11'A1 ' 1 amp etc 1St o c a 16 umm 1 For the nrst twenty years ol' The McCallie School, 1905-1925. Numbers after name lndlcate years at McCallie: the number ln parenthesis lndlcates year of graduation, either actual or prospective, the astorlsk lndlcates an actual graduate of the school. Only those students that have been at McCallie for at least the last half of one year are listed here. Please send corrected addresses to The McCallie School, Chattanooga, Tenn., and keep the school posted as to any change in address. Adams, Barnet Henderson, '21-'23 C241. ..... . ....... ........... . .................. S tatesvllle, N. C. Adams, Walter S., Jr., '06-'10 C101'...'.. ................ 028 Carllsle Place, Clty. Allen, Alfred H., '18-'22 C221' .......... .... 3 212 Avenue East Lake, Tenn. Allen, Lynn Gray, '18-'20 C221 ........... .... . .... . . . . ........... Newport, Tenn. Allen, R. Potter, '16-'22 C211' ........... .. .3212 Avenue East Lake, Tenn. Allen, Walter Skillman, Jr., '19-'24 C241'.. . ................ 818 Oak Street, Clty. Alsobrook, James Edwin, '15-'16 C191 .... . . . .2006 East Thirteenth Street, City. Alston, John Whitman, '15-'17 C201....... ......... Alberson, John Barney, Jr., '19-'20 C241... ......... ..502'Houston Street, Clty. 1 Anderson Davld Rae, '20-'23 C251 ....... ....... . .......... 7 00 Market Street, Cheraw, S. C. Anderson, E. A. C'Pete"1 '21-'22 C231 .... .. .......................... 1132 East Terrace, Clty. . Anderson, James Stuart, '16-'18 C191... .... Care Mrs. L. N. Spears, 1408 Bailey Avenue, Clty. Anderson, James T., '16-'19 C201 ......... .. ......,............................... Oneida, Tenn. Anderson, Jonathan W., '05-'06 C071. ......... . .. ........... War Department, Washington, D. C. Anderson, Wllllam Montgomery, '22-'23 C231'.. .... 409 Whitlock Avenue, Marietta, Ga. Andrews, George Davls, Jr., '14-'19 C191'. .... ................ . .......... R lvervlew, Clty. Andrews, Walter Purvls, '18-'22 C221' ........ ............ . ............... R lvervlew, Clty. Arn, Fred, Jr., '15-'19 C191' .... . ....... ......... . ..... 5 8 Elizabeth Apartments, Clty. Asher, George M., Jr., '23-'24 C251 .... ...418 Xvest Kentucky Avenue, Plnevllle, Ky. Askew, Harley L., '09-'10 C141 ......... ........................... C larksvllle, Tenn. Atlee, Frank Holmes, '06-'12 C121' ..... .......................... . ...... D eceased. Atkinson, Christopher D., '22-'24 C261. . .. .... 803 Richland Street, Columbia, S. C. Attaway, Wlll, '05-'07 C101 .... ........ .Deceased. Austin, Hubert Malcolm, '19-'20 C221... ..................... Austin Hotel, Clty. Bacher, Fred August '19-'21 C211' ..... ........... 2 42 Kings Road, Corvalls, Ore. Bacon. Milton Ramon, '21-'23 C231'... ....364 Hawley Street, Fayetteville, N. C. Bailey, Putsey Sllas, '20-'22 C221'.. ........................... Clinton, S. C. Ball, Richard A., '22-'23 C231'. .. . . . . . .1504 S. Perry Street, Montgomery, Ala. w Barnes, Lovell K., '12-'14 C201. ........ . . . . . .. ....................... ...... . . . ' Barr, Jullus McCann, '18-'19 C191'..... ........... . .... ..Greenvllle, S. C. Barrlnger, Brandon Dewal, '23-'24 C261 .... Barron, John Frank, '21-'22 C231 ......... Bartlett, Harry, '07-'08 C111.. ..... .. .... Barton, Wilson Perry, '19-'21 C241 ........ .411 N. Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. . . . . 149 Oakland Avenue, Rock 1-llll, S. C. ..............................Tulsa, Okla. . . . . . . 321 Kenilworth Place, Memphis, Tenn. Baxter, Charles Clayton, Jr., '18-'20 C221 .... . ............ 1110 Tuscaloosa Avenue, Birmingham, Ala. Beach, Commodore C., '09-'11 C131 ....................................... Box 295, Clarksvllle, Tenn. Beall. Thomas Mayer, '22-'23 C261.....201-A Irvington Apts., 58th and Spruce Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. Bearden, C. Ellis, '10-'14 C181 ............................... . ...................... Riverview, Clty. Bearden, Henry Phlllp, '15-'16 C201 ...... . ................................ 215 W. Sixth Street, City. Beare, Archibald Nelson. '16-'20 C221... . .................. ..135 N. Highland Street, Jackson, Tenn. Beare, Taylor, '16-'19 C201 . . . . . ........... . . ............... 135 N. Highland Street, Jackson, Tenn. Beatty, Charles Mayhew, '19-'20 C201' .... .Care Mrs. Troy Beatty, 1633 Monroe Ave., Memphis, Tenn. Beaven, Mitchell Neely, '23-'24 C261... .......................... Bellvllle Avenue, Evergreen, Ala. Bacher, Fred John, '07-'09 C111 ...... . .......... ...... ................. . 9 11 Clifton Place, Clty. Belcher, Samuel C., '13-'14 C181 ..... .. .... ........ . ............ . .Mlaml, Fla. Bell, W. Eugene, '20-'23 C271 ...... ...Care Rev. W. E. Bell, Kwangju, Korea. Bell John '12- 13 '131' .. .... 1136 Howard Street, Washington, D. C. , , ' 1 ............. Bell, Johnston Ewing, '20-'22 C241 ....... Bonham, Phllo Dayton, Jr., '13-'15 C151'.. Bennett, Curtis Hargrave, '20-'23 C241 ..... Bennett, Robert M., '07-'09 C101 ........... Benson, Hubbert H., '10-'13 C151 .............. Berghelmer, Alfred Wassman, '20-'24 C241'. .. Bernard, Walter, '16-'17 C181 .............. Bernhardt, Matthias R., '14-'16 C161' ..... Bernhnrdt, Richard, '14-'18 C191 ..... Berryhlll, Roy L., '06-'09 C121 ...... Bevllle, Douglas R.. '10-'12 C171 ...... Blckers, Charles Ellas, '11-'14 C181. .. Blckers, Clifford, '17-'22 C221' ...... Blclcers, Henry F., '19-'24 C241' ......... ,.......................Lewlshurg, W. Va. . ................ 717 Georgia Avenue, Clty. . . .. . . . . . . . .R. F. D. No. 2, Rossvllle, Ga. ....3659 Carnegie Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. . . . . .Care Orton Hotvsl, Wilmington, N. C. Vine Street, Clty. . ................... . .Senatohia, Miss. .............Lenolr, N. C. .................Lenoir, N. U. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Los Angeles, Calif. . . . . . . . .1001 Hickory Street, Clty. . . . . . . . . . .St. George Apts., Atlanta, Ga. S. Crest Road, Clty. .. ................... 248 S. Crest Road, Clty. Blzzell, Wllllam Lee, '22-'23 C261 ........................... 209 N. James Street, Goldsboro, N. C. Black, Harris Hugh, '14-'15 C171 ............................................ 630 S. Crest Road, Clty. Blaln, Daniel, '13-'16 C101' ............ Gymnasium Instructor, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. Blanchard, Harry McCoy, '14-'15 C161 ............................................. Harriman, Tenn. Blanks, Thomas Ramsey, '21-'23 C231' .... . .......................... 2110 East Twelfth Street, Clty. Blevins, Boyd, '17-'22 C221' ............. ........ 1 706 Bailey Avenue, Clty. Boho, Carl. '12-'13 C171 ............... ................ . .... Pisgah. Ala. Bobo, Paul, '12-'13 C161 ......... . .... ....... ......... .......... . ....... P l s gah, Ala, Bonds, Paul Horton, '11-'14 C181 ....... Bostlck, I-Ienry Stuart, '18-'19 C211 ...... Bostlck, Joseph Maner, '18-'19 CI91' ....... Bovard, Gilbert Simpson, '07-'08 COS1' .... Bowers, Frank Lee, '19-'21 C211' ........ Bowron, Robert Henry, '12-'17 C171'... Boyd, Edgar '10-'13 C181 ...... . ...... ... . . . . . . . . . .R. F. D., Highland Park Sta., Clty. . . .Equitable Life Insurance Co., Cleveland, Ohlo. . . . .159 W. Monticello Avenue, Sierra Madre, Calif. .................................Sevlervllle, Tenn. .. . . . .1245 Maplewood Avenue, Birmingham, Ala. ...... .1538 Gordon Street, Hollywood, Calif. Hoya, Augustus Pollack, '12-'18 f'1s1'..II ......... .. .... ........ .. .... Elizabeth Apartments, city. Bradt, Morris, '05-'08 C081'.... ......................... ...Holston Bank Building, Knoxville, Tenn. I Q e 'kiiii 11 1 4 1 N N N x 1 l w 1 1 1 I 4 i....,.i.' 63 C. IL- 1 1, 1 , -, , I W' X if I V' - rm W X ,A . .M-1 THE PENN NT Q -... W? 1 9 2 5 35? all , .7 9" 1 if Q' eeqeo 9oGoiongoicdDoo500'90 Brand, Robert Alfred, '21-'23 C231' .... Brandon, George Huff, '18-'23 C241 ...... Brantley, Edmund Brook, '08-'13 C131'.. Brauff, Herbert D., '08-'09 C121 ........ Brener, Herman Samuel, '18-'22 C221'... Brewer, Frederick Sebert, '19-'24 C241'... a , -, . Bridgh Bright, Bright, Bright, Bright, Bright, Britton, m, Ben Franklin, 15 16 Q191 .... Gardner, '07-'09 C091' ......... John, Jr., '18-'24 C241' .,.... Joseph Elliot, '21-'23 C2Zf1'... J. Morgan, '08-'13 usp' ........ Nall, '18-'23 C231' ............... Preston Seamon, '18-'22 C241 .... Brock, VVilllam E., Jr., '13-'21 C211' .... Browder, Byron C., '14-'18 C181' ......... Bro d J P '1 -'21 '21 wer, ames ., 7 I Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown Charles Victor, Jr., '19-'20 C201". Ed. Douglas, '19-'20 C201' ......... Edward Emerson, '06-'07 C071'. . Edward I., '18-'19 C241 .......... Harold Frederick, '14-'19 C201 ..... Hugh Alwyn, '10-'12 C121' ........ . . . . ...313 Chestnut St., Wilmington, N. C. .. . . . . .Kllkenny, Ga. tWay's Station1. . . .. . . . . . . . .3095 High Street, City. ' ' I .' .'.' .'.'-ifii 'ifiho' e'dooi,' 'dial . . .1503 Duncan Avenue, Clty. ................Bridgeport, Ala.. . . . . . . .Lookout Mountain, . .....,... 1130 East Terrace, Tenn. City. ...334 Main Street, Eminence, Ky. . . . . . . . . .198 S. Crest Road, City. . . . . . . . 1130 East Terrace, City. Duncan Avenue, City. North Crest Road, City. . . ..Royal Palm Hotel, VS'est Palm Beach, Fla. . . . . .Brainerd Road, East Mission Ridge. CNY- Vllle Street, City. Grove,N.C. James Bennett, '21-'22 C241 ..... Ca' Llewellyn Lee, '07-'08 C091 ........ Pope, '06-'07 C101 ...,......... Webster C., '20-'22 C221' ....... Wllllam Payne, '18-'19 C191' ..... William Rhodes '07-'09 C111 .... Brownlee, William R., '21-'23 may ..... .. Brushwood, John Pattison, '21-'23 Czar... Bryan, Bryan, -Bryan, Bryan, Bryan Eugene J., '05-'07 C081 ........... Fred Adair, Jr., '19-'23 C271... James, '12-'17 C171' ........... John Baird, '21-'22 C221" .... Lomax '17-'18 C201 .......... Buchanan, James B., '15-'20 C201'... Bull, William Ford, '18-'22 C221' ....... Burford, James Lamar, '18-'22 C221'.. Burk, John J., '23-'24 C271 .............. Burk, W. Edwin, '23-'24 C261 ,... ......... . Burke, Alfred William, Jr., '19-'22 C261. . . Burkhalter, Julian, '21-'24 C241 ......... Burnam, Rollin Field, '20-'21 C221 ..... Burnett, John Roper, '17-'19 C191' ...... Burnett, Stephen Andrew, '18-'20 C211.. . Burns, Arthur Lee, '16-'20 C201' ....... Burns, Benj. Bruce, '21-'22 C261 ...... Burns, Eddie B., '19-'22 C241 ..,... Burt, Byron T., Jr., '05-'08 C101. .... Bush, Albert, '06-'07 C111 ....... . ..... Butler, Robert Kimble, '19-'23 czsp' .... Byers, George Leon, Jr., '23-'25 C251... Byers, James Reuben, '22-'23 C261 .... Caldwell, Hope G., '09-'10 C261 ............ Caldwell, Lapsley, '12-'17 CMJ' ........... Caldwell, Leonidas Montgomery, '15-'19 C2 Caldwell, Vaughn, '12-'18 C181' ........... Callaway, Troy Ray, '14-'15 C191 .......... Callison, Francis, '17-'19 C201 ...... Campbell, John C., '07-'14 C141' ..... Campbell, Kenneth '22-'23 C231 ....... Campbell, Samuel H., Jr., '14-'21 C211'.. Campbell, Will, '05-'09 C091' ........... Card, Charles E., '17-'19 C231 ......... Carmichael, George, '16-'18 C181' ..... Carroll, Burns, '16-'18 C201 ............ Carroll, Kirk McKenzie, '20-'21 C221... Carson, Zeb Vance, '16-'18 C201' ...... Carswell, Edward S., '10-'16 C161'...... Carswell, James Monroe, '22-'23 C251.-... Carswell, Rufus H., Jr., '19-'24 C241'. .... . Carter, Billie Hollingsworth. '20-'21 C221.. Carter, Frank F., '19-'21 C241 ....... , . . . . . Carter, Herbert, '10-'12 C151- ....... . . , . . Carter, James Inman, '19-'20 C241 ...... Cartwright, J. L., '20-'22 C231 ........... Cason, John Faver, '22-'24 C241' ........... Cassell, James Wright, Jr., '19-'23 C231'.. Chamberlain, Charles T., '10-'11 C151 ..... Chamberlain, Douglas, '18-'22 C251 ..... Chambllss, Leopold A., '104'14 C141'.. Champion. Walter C., '13-'14 C141'.... . rg 'ijkokf ' .. .635 Barton Ave., North Chattanooga, Tenn. . . . . II I '. '.c'.i15e' "rne'iiera1H-'nS:olniner,' c'1iibX5o,' iii . . . ....226 W. 59th Street, New York City, N! Y. Wm. Brown, W. dk L. University, Lexington, Va.. Crew Street, Atlanta, Ga. .... Chapin, Edward Y., Jr., '12-'14 C141' ....... Chapman, Edward Corbin, '18-'23 C231'... Chapman, Richard Llewellyn, '16-'21 C211' Cherry, Robert S., '16-'19 C191'.... .... Clark, Charles L., '10-'11 C131 ........ ' .... Cla1'k, Clarence Irwin, '20-'21 C221 ....... Clark, Edward, '19-'21 C241 ............... ........,..............Deceased .........835 Vine Street, City. .........China Grove, N. C. ............................Deceased. ..............1500 Bailey Avenue, City. ....121 Park Avenue, Coshocton, Ohio. Fort Wood, City. ..................Signal Mountain, Tenn. . . . 1015 Sycamore Street, Birmingham, Ala. . ...Villa Serena, First A'venue, Miami, Fla. ..........................Columbla, S. C. ...............................Deceased. . . . . . . . . .Lock Box 695, Cincinnati, Ohio. . . . .Lombard Iron Works, Augusta, Ga. . . . . . . .131 Orchard Knob Avenue, City. . . . . . .131 Orchard Knob Avenue, City. . . . . . . . .2905 Bennett Avenue, City. ..................'.Dayton, Tenn. ....Burnamwood, Richmond, Va.. ........................Jefferson City, Tenn. ....................-.......JefEerson City, Tenn. 2813 Taylor Street, East Chattanooga, Tenn. . . . . . . , . .Eighth Street Hill, Huntington, W. Va. 2813 Taylor Street, East Chattanooga, Tenn. . .. .U. S. Air Service, Langley Field, Virginia. . .522 Fifth Avenue, New York City, N. Y. 223, Dade city, Fla. ..........................Sprlngville, Ala. ....4071 Alabama Avenue, St. Elmo, Tenn. .....................Winter Haven, Fla. . . . . .Highland Farm, Lake Vvales, Fla. . . . . . . . . . . .Lookout Mountain, Tenn. ..,.................Lake Wales, Fla. ....1505 Highland Park Avenue, City. .Middlesboro, Ky. . . . . . .326 South Crest Road, City. I . . . . . . . . . 609 Atlanta St., Marietta, Ga. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 326 South Crest Road, City. . . . .104 S. 114th Street, Los Angeles, Calif. ..................Slgnal Mountain, Tenn. . .......... Morristown, Tenn. ..............................Jackson, Tenn. ......................Route 1, Jackson, Tenn. . . .Care Chickamauga Trust Co., Raleigh, N. C. ... . . . . . . . . . . .Panama Park, Jacksonville, Fla. South Crest Road, City. . . . .175 Main Street, Mt. Airy, N. C. . . . . . . . . 45 South Crest Road, City. . .................. 45 South Crest Road, City. Oak Street, City. .. . .515 North Maple Street, Murfreesboro, Tenn. .....................Lookout Mountain, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2104 Chamberlain Avenue, City. East Terrace, City. . . . .514 West 110th Street, New York City, N. Y. 301995 Dodson Avenue, East Chattanooga, Tenn. McCallie Avenue, City. High Street, City. .. . . . . . . . . .. .. . . .516 Houston Street, City. . . . 306 West Fifth Street, Plne Bluff, Ark. ..... ........... ..Deceased. ...............................Greensboro, ...........................,Jeffcrson City, N. C. Tenn. A.. www ,G 5.4-3....,, , af-:: :rx-::f:els ff """" fix- W F W . 1 f THE PENNA T e c o. 1925 . lg q"i,,QM2.oGk-wp.oc::.v,,,f2f19" ff Clark, Gordon, '19-'22 0241 ............. ... . . . . . . . ...... . .... . .Rankln Termlnal Depot, Rankin, Tenn Clark, Harry Parron, Jr., '19-'21 0241. .. Clark. James Vance, '21-'23 0231'.... Cleland, Belton, '18-'21 0211':.. ...... Clemons, J. Herbert, '09-'10 0l41.... Cllnton, John Jarrett, '23-'24 0271 ...... Cloule, Harley Alvln, '22-'24 0241' -..... ...Idlewild Road, East Mlsslon Ridge, Clty: ....4121 Alabama Avenue, St. Elmo. Clty S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md: ..........................,.....Deceased. . . .63 Ponce de Leon Avenue Atlanta Ga ......22o9 East Thirteenth' street. Clty: Cobb, George Sldney, Jr., '28-'24 0241'... .....611 "C" Avenue, West Polnt, Ga. Cobb, Robert, '12-'16 0161' .............. ......... . .. .....................,... .Blythevllle, Ark. Cobb, Walter, '13-'17 0181 .............. .... ............... ...Blythevllle, Ark. Cobb, Wllllam Crosby, '14-'16 0171... .... Care Rev. P. L. Cobb, 706 Church Street, Nashvllle, Tenn. Cohn, Lester Davld, '13-'14 0141' ...... ..................... ......... . . .34 Alberta Apts., Clty. Colburn, Whltney C., '10-'16 0161' ..... Colville, Hugh Winthrop, '22-'23 0231'... Condra, Dana. '23-'24 0281. . . . . . . . . . .. Conley, Erin W., '09-'10 0141. ....... Conner, Edwin F., '16-'17 0201. .... Conner, Wayne A., '12-'13 0151 ...... Cook, Donald Richard. '19-'20 0281 ..... Cook, Simeon B., '17-'20 0211. . . . . . . . . . . ................ .......-12 South Crest Road, Clty. . . . .606 Forest Avenue, North Chattanooga, Tenn. . . . . . .. . . . .Red Bank, North Chattanooga, Tenn. Vine Street, Clty. . . . . . . .501 Orr Street, North Chattanooga, Tenn. . . . ...... 500 Orr Street, North Chattanooga, Tenn. . . I I I Iibi 'iil'5lid'A'Jaili6,' 'NBR-ill' 2:H.ii:Hri66Qi' 'i-Ahh' Cooper, Lemont Bralnard, '20-'21 0211'... . . . . ....... Maple Q Cooper, Wlchlta Falls, Tex: Cooper, M. Armon, Jr. '22-'24 0261.. Cope, Andrew N., 'lovin 0221 ......... ' ' Copeland. Joseph G., '19-'23 0251 ...... CDDD. William C., '20-'21 0241. . . . . . . . Cornelson, George Henry, '14-'18 0181' . . . Cortner Sanders A. '19 20 23 , -' 4' Couts, H. Douglas, :09-'11 0141 .......... Cozatt, Milton Harris, '13-'14 0171 .... Crabtree, Bruce I.. '08-'09 0101 ...... Cralg, Frank Graves. '06-'08 0111 .... Craig. John E., '00-'09 0111.. ....... Craig, Nathan, '12-'13 0161 ............ Crane, Wllllam Henry, '19-'21 0231 .... Cruvens, Hal C., '16-'19 0251 ........ .. Crlsman, Oscar Brown, '21-'23 0271 ..... Crosland, Davld Bailey, '18-'20 l'221.... Cross, John, '16-'17 0211.. ............ Crox, John Foy, '18-'22 02212. ...... Cruse, S. Rldgley, '07-'09 f'09J' ..... Crutchtleld, T. W., Jr., '05-'07 01l1.... Cullen. Milton, '05-'06 .... . ..... Cullls, Edward R., '18-'21 0221 ...... . .... . . . ....... . .Maple 8: Cooper, Wlchlta Falls, Tex. ... . . . . . . .2901 Bennett Avenue, Clty. . . . .515 Fifth Avenue, Mlaml, Fla. . . . .1709 Anderson Avenue, Clty. ....... . . . . ...Cotton Mllls, Clinton, S. C. . . . . ...... . .... 423 Grant Street, Albany, Ala. . .. .Care Blount Plow Works, Evansville, Ind. . . . . . . . . . . .962 Brush Street. Detroit, Mlch . . . . .... . ....... 29 South Crest Road, Clty: . . ............. . . . . . ....... . .Crossvllle, Tenn. .. .Care Mrs. J. E. Craig, Lawrenceville, Ga .... . .. . .Care J. E. Craig, Nashville, Tenn .16 Taylor Street, East Savannah, Ga .. ... .... . .......... 2506 Ivy Street, Clty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4701 Alabama Avenue. St. Elmo, Clty . .... . ...... . . . . . . . . . .8 Colonlal Apts., Charlotte, N. C s. c. ....2711 N. Chamberlaln Avenue, East Chattanooga, Tenn. . ....... . . ..... . . . .Unlverslty of Arizona, Phoenix, Ariz . ..... ............1605 East Twelfth street, Clty: .... 417 Second Street, Macon, Ga. . . . . . .516 Ea!! Fifth Street, City. Cumming, Wllllam, '16-'17 0171' .......... . Cunningham, William Dean, '23-'24 0241'... J Cureton, Charlle, '19-'20 0211. ....... ' Curry, Calvin Horace, '18-'21 0231 ....... Curtis, C. L., '18-'19 0231............... Cushman, George Hawley, Jr., '05-'10 .... Cyphers, James VV., '08-'09 0101. ..... .. Dance, Dupree Rainey, '15-'16 0181....... Daniel. Frank Dunnlngton, '22-'24 0241'.. Daniels. Ross B., '11-'12 0161 .... .. .... .. Danlels, William James, '18-'23 0231' ..... Darrah, George B., '09-'11 0151 .... ......... Daugherty, George Wllllams, '19-'22 0221'... Davenport, Joseph Howard, '11-'14 0l31'.. Davenport, Nicholas S., Jr., '05-'06 0091.... Davenport, Rodolph, Jr., '16-'22 0221'... Davenport, Thomas VV., '05-'06 ............ Davies, Davld Gwllym, '19-'22 0221'... Davles, Edward H.. '18-'19 0191'.. ...... Davies, Walter Grltflth, Jr., '13-'17 0l71'.. Davls, Clyde Edward, '22-'23 0271 ........ Davis, Ed. Campbell, Jr., '22-'24 0251... Davls, Langford Harris, '20-'22 0241... Davls, Robert L., '09-'11 0131.. ....... Davis, Wllllam Gordon, '18-'19 0221... Day, Carl Morgan, '21-'23 0241 ....... Deacon, Gordon, '16-'19 0211 ....... . . . . . . Dearlng, Embrey B., '12-'13 0171 .... . DeBardeleben, Daniel, '10-'16 0161 .... Defrese, Sam Robert, '18-'22 0221'... Delaney, Frank T., '09-'11 0111'... Dettor. W. M., Jr., '15-'19 0191'.. Dewees, Gordon, '13-'15 0191 .... n Dewees, Thomas, '05-'08 0101 .... Dewey, Douglas, '22-'23 0241 ...... Dlemer, Davld Farnham, '18-'20 0251... Dlvlne, Edward, '20-'23 0271 ..... . .... Dlvlne. John M.. '06-'08 0081 .......... Dlvlne, Robert, '05-'09 0131 .......... Dlvlne, Samuel VVm., '05-'09 0101. ..... . Divine, Thomas McCallie, '13-'20 0201'. . . . Dodd. Ed. Allen. '20-'22 0221' .......... Dodd, Wm. Alexander, '08-'09 0131 .... Dodds, Hugh A., '10-'12 0161 ..... Donelson, Samuel, '06-'07 0111 ............ .. . . . .... . . . . .Huntersvllle, . . . .Broyles Street, Dayton, N. C. f Tenn ' 1 .. ......... .. ...... Pickens, S. C. .. . . . . .. .Box 254, Quincy, Fla. P. I., Auburn, Ala. .. ...... . . .... . . . . . . . . .Estlll Sprlngs, Tenn. .. ....... ............Fort Sam Houston, Tex. ....202 East High Street, Charlottesville, Va. ... . . . . . . . . . . . . .1111 Duncan Avenue, Clty. . . .4421 Alabama Avenue, St. Elmo, City. ................James Supply Co., Clty. .. ....Belden Brick Co., Canton, Ohio. ... . . . .1800 Duncan Avenue, Clty. ...............Valley Head, Ala. . . . . . .826 Vlne Street, Clty. . . .Lookout Mountain, Tenn. ................2002 IvyStreet, City. IvyStreet, Clty. . . . . . . . . . . . . .1902 Unlon Avenue Clty. . . . . .3120 Avenue "L," East Lake,, Tenn ...... . . . . .521 Spring Street, Atlanta, Ga . . . . 206 East Gordon Street, Valdosta, Ga . . . . ........ . . . .. ...... Lookout Mountain, Tenn. . .......... . .............. 2210 Unlon Avenue, Clty. . ........ . . . . . . .... . . . . . .815 East Nlnth Street, Clty. 1277 New Hampshire Avenue, Washington, D. C. Pine Street, Clty. S. Army, El Paso, Tex. ...................Rome, Ga. H . . . . 2317 Duncan Avenue, Clty. ...........Bryson Clty, N. C. ..................Dec-eased. n .. . . . ............. Signal Mountaln, Tenn. ....................North Olmstead, Ohio. .. . .813 Cumberland Street, Harriman, Tenn. .. .Columbla Apts., West Slxth Street, Clty. . . . . . . .. .Gayoso Lumber Co., Memphis, Tenn. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Howe Hotel, Clnclnnatl, Ohio. . . . .Columbia Apts., West Slxth Street, Clty. . . ...... . ..... . . . . ..... McCallie School, City. ..........................Nicholasvllle, Ky. .. . .War Department, Vvashlngton, D. C. .. . . . . . . . . . .519 West Fifth Street, Clty. Donnell, Albert, '19-'20 0241. . . . . ....... . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... . . .809 Slmpson Street, Greensboro, ' l 1 I llzl' 6 65 D lx "TW V ,mslaf 14 " 'F .., ff , THE PENNAN .. 1925 -we f X a"'Qeu K in Q., odpoofu lv". .soul ' Qoizunqoiefowi Dooley, George A., '10-'12 C133 ..... ....... . . . .... D00l9Y.,Joseph Ernest, '07-'10 C103', . . Doty, James Thorne, '19-'20 C213 ..... Duggan, D. Ames, '21-'24 C243' .... Dugger, Richard W., '06-'12 C123'... Duncan, Charles, '22-'23 C263 ...... . Durand, Harry W., '06-'07 C093 ..-..- Durham, Kenneth A., '19-'23 C233'.. Eagar, DuBrutz, '05-'06 ................ Eagar, Henry H., '18-'22 C223' ......... Early, Donald Ed., '15-'16 C163'....,.... Eavenson, Russell Benson, '19-'20 C233. Eaves, Isaac Lee, '10-'11 C173 ........... Eaves, Samuel Keith, '11-'16 C163' ...,. Evhols, George B., '08-'10 C123 ....... Edwards, Donald Key, '22-'23 C283 .... Elbon, James H., '22-'24 C273 ............. .. Eldridge, Dr. Jesse C., '07-'08-'10 C103'... Ellis, Herbert Drane, '14-'17 C1738 .... . Ellis, Sam Latham, '18-'19 C223 ....... ......... Elmore, Edgar A., Jr., '14-'10 Cl63".. Elmore, Paul W., '06-'08 C113 ...... Emery. Lloyd, '11-'13 C153 ........ Erskine, Charles H., '18-'21 C243... .. Erwin, John, Y05-'08 C113, ......... Estes, Clifford, '12-'13 C173 ........... Estes, Marion, '06-'09 C103 ............. Euhank, Alfred Hillman, '21-'23 C233'., . .,..e.'lQ'o" Evans, Charles H., '16-'19 C223 .,....... Evans, Beverly Ford, '23-'24 C263 .... Evans, Edwin, '11-'13 C153 ........ Evans, Gus Motlow, 116-'17 C203 ..... Evans, Jesse E., Jr., '06-'10 C103' ...... Evans, Maxwell Skinner, '11-'13 C163 .... Evans, Robert Bailey, '21-'22 C2-13.... Evans Robert Donald '19-'22 C263 .......... Evans, Theodore J., '15-'18 C203 ........... . Everett, Malone J., '05-'07 C083 ............... , Faldley, Archibald Milton, Jr., '18-'19 C223.... Fairweather, James, '13-'15 C153' .......... Farrlor, Bascom Price, '19-'21 C213' ........ Fearrington, Everett Bell, '19-'21 C243 .... Fennell, Robert, '22-'24 C243 ............. Ferger, Ferger, Fleming, Henry Grady, '20-'21 C263 .... Augustus Clyde, '15-'16 C163'.. Herman, Jr., '15-'19 C193' .... .. Fleminster, Carl W., '07-'08 C093 ...... Fllnn, Richard, '20-'22 C253 ............. Fonvllle, James Harold, '20-'24 C243'.. Foreman, John Bishop, '20-'21 C223... Forgey, David s., '15-'17 C173' ....... Forgey, Harland, '12-'13 C143 ...... Foster, Edwin B., '10-'13 C153 .... Four-he, Kohn S., Jr., '17-'23 C253 ....... Fowler, John Cooper, '20-'23 C2338 ....... Fowler John Robert '22-'23 C233' Frank, Monroe Cartwright, '21-'23 C233'... Freeman, Suttlers Scollard, '07-'08 C133 .... French, James Wyatt, '16-'20 C203' .......... French, Junlus Butler, '19-'21 C243 ........ Frierson, Joseph Cunningham, '19-'20 C223... Frierson Robert P 10 13 13 . , , ., ' -' C 3' .......... Frms, Fred W., '05-'os C103 ........ .... Frltts, King C., '06-'10 C133 .............. . Fuste. John Miguel, '22-'23 C273 ........... , Gallaher, Burton Murphey, '21-'24 C243 .... Galyon, Frank Barber, '05-'08 C103. ....... Gamble, Robert II., '07-'08 C113 .......... Gann, Ernest Leland, '22-'23 C263 .... Gardner, Edward, '19-'20 C253. ..... .. Garmany, Ralph P., '10-'11 C123 .... Gaston, Steve, '07-'08 C173 ........ Gates, Harlow, '06-'08 C123 ....... Gatzel, John C., '13-'14 C173 ...,.... Gholson, Winfield F., '07-'08 C113 .... Gilbert, Roy VVilllam, '19-'21 C213'. . . Giles, David, '09-'15 C163 .............. Giltner, Robert Marion, '20-'22 C223'... Goldman, Julius, '13-'14 C153 .......... Goode, Roger, '10-'11 C153 ........ ....... Goodman, Harrison Louis, '19-'21 C213'.. . Gordon, Robert Cochran, '21-'23 C233'.. Grady, Henry, '05-'07 C113 ............. Graham, John L., '12-'14 C173 ....... Graham, Robert S., '10-'13 C143 ........ Grayson, Clark, '06-'10 C103' ........ .... Grayson, Clifford Barker, '06-'12 C123".. Green, Carl, '19-'21 C233 ........................... . Green. James Edwin, '19-'23 C233'. ........ .................... . .... ............Deceased. . . . . . . . . . .Care Arnold ll. Air D., Knoxville, Tenn. F. D. No. 5, Paris, Ky. .2306 Falrleigh Avenue, East Chattanooga, Tenn. Battery Place, City. ''""'"'"''''"'IIIIiiii'ia'.iliAv'X.5.4.i.12.''ciofl Lindsay Street, City. .............................,...Deceased. Duncan Avenue, City. Electric Co., Boston, Mass. . . . .Care General . . , . . . . . . . . .254 Heard Street, Elberton, Ga. . . . .Care W. k A. P. Howard, Corry, Pa. Vine Street, City. . . .Care Dr. Wm. Echols, University, Va. North Crest Road, City. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3707 Avenue "E," East Lake, Tenn. 317 Mississippi Avenue, North Chattanooga, Tenn. .................................Montevallo, Ala. Pine Street, City. R. R., Fifth and Baymlller Sts., Cincinnati, Ohio. ....................................Paducah, Ky. Union Avenue, City. ....504 Munsey Bldg., Washington, D. C. ,........................Tuscaloosa, Ala. .......................Tuscaloosa, Ala. . . . . . . . . . .2300 Park Avenue, Ensley, Ala. . . . . . . . . . . .1415 Chamberlain Avenue, Clty. , . . ..1900 College Street, Newberry, S. C. .. .Apt. 5, The Biltmore, Washington, D. C. , . . . . . . . . . , . . . . .2008 Duncan Avenue, Clty. ................................Deceased. . ..Care Portland Cement Co., Chicago, Ill. N. C. . . . . . . . . .Summertime, Fayetteville, . .. . . . . , .250 North Dodds Avenue, C1t'y. Young Avenue, North Chattanooga, . .4415 Michigan Avenue, St. Elmo, .4400 Tennessee Avenue, St. Elmo, ..........................Cleveland, Tenn. City. Clty. Tenn. .. . .. .. . .. .. . . H2008 Union Avenue, City. Miss. N. C. City. City. Avenue, North Chattanooga, Tenn. Oak Street, City. , . . .30 West "N" Avenue, Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . . .1813 Chamberlain Avenue, Clty. . . . .330 Walden Street, Harriman, Tenn. ................Morr1stown, Tenn. ....908 ......................Leland, ...................Ivanhoe, . . . . . . . . . . . . .'.'.'107 Evenlngslde, Ferger Place, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Evenlngside, Ferger Place, 504 Mississippi .... ..... ....... M o rrlstown, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2510 Bailey Avenue, City. Oak Street, City. E. Sharpe Street, Statesvllle, N. C. ..104 Forest Avenue, Marietta, Ga. ......................Colliex-ville, Tenn. . ...... 14 East Seventeenth Street, Clty. . . . . . . . . . . . .1314 Duncan Avenue, City. . 2760 Eastwood Avenue, Evanston, Ill. ........................Heardmont, Ga. ....129 Oak Street, City. ...........................Deceased. ....Shearbrook Road, Riverview, City. .........................Sagua, Cuba. .Johnson City, Tenn. . . .850 Temple Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. . . . . . . . . .82 Pryor Street, Atlanta, Ga. . ...... . .... ........ . . . . . . . . .... . .... Soddy, Tenn. Kyle Street, City. 106 Mississippi Avenue, North Chattanooga, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . .4523 School Street, Des Moines, Iowa. Dodds Avenue, City. .. .1366 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, Calif. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .803 Highland Park Avenue, Clty. ....406 Crewdson Avenue, North Chattanooga., Tenn. ........,...........................Emlnence, Ky. Houston Street, City. .. .1121 Cumberland Avenue, Harriman, Tenn. . . . . . . . .990 Government Street, Mohilc, Ala. .............................Deceased. . . . . . .404 Highland Park Avenue, City. . . . . . . . . . . . .Covington Bros., Paducah, Ky. ....... .998 Sanford Avenue, Irvington, N. J. ...................,................Deceascd. . . . . . .814 Fourth Avenue, N., St. Petersburg, Fla. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2019 East Fourteenth Street, Clty. it X WUT I C QF A . A ' I J asm- .1-E , ff 1-59 3 -41 - . wa' "" A .,.,,,,,...,,,,,,,,.,, ...wfw--- - 'W' ' '-' '-'sau-'-'v wrt? '....-f v K isa ' S 1 I I I I Am THE pENN NT ,X C. X .sg 9 ..e,,,---- -- , ai-I 1 9 - 5 'jg . 5 ,,.. 0: i'4'Qo5Q . on 500900 Q "'Q'0ioeqef::o53.e.::-'HUD Green, James VVllson, '22-'23 0251. . . . . . ....... . . . . . .... .. . .2506 Church Street, Greenville, Tex. Green, Joseph Franklin, '19-'20 0231... .............. 25 Ellzabeth Apts., Clty. Green, Taylor, '05-'08....... ...... Green, VVlillanl, '11-'13. . . . . .. ..... ... Green, Wllson Balfour, '20-'21 0261 ..... Greover, Wllllam B., '18-'19 0201 .... Gregory, William Arnold, '22-'23 0261... Grlllln, James Patrlck, Jr., '19-'20 0221.. Griswold, Nelson Lee, '18-'21 0211' .... . .. Guild, George Nelson, '22-'24 0251.. .... Guild, Wlllls Taylor, '14-'19 0191' .... Gullle, Wllberforce G., '14-'15 0181.... Hackney, Russell, '18-'24 0241'... .... . I-Iaeger, Fred, '10-'21 0241.. .... .. ...... Hagan, Owen, '19-'21 0231 .... .. ....... .. Haggard, Wallace Callahan, '17-'18 0181' Hahn, Fred A., '05-'06 0091 ........ . ..... Hale, William Byron, '19-'20 0231 ...... Hall, Charles L., Jr., '10-'17 0181 ..... Hall, David Marshall, '15-'17 0171'.. Hall, Marvin G., '12-'13 0161 ...... Hall, Robert Peyton, '19-'24 0271 . . . .. Hall, Wilbur, '22-'23 0281 ............. Hall, Hamblen, Lapsley W., '09-'11 0131... Hamilton, Sherry, '12-'14 0141' .... Harman, R. Nell, '21-'24 0241'.... Hardwick, George, '05-'07 0091.... Hargrave, Julius W., '12-'15 0151'... Hargravs. Wllllam, '12v'13 0131 ...... Hargraves, Nesbltt B., '07-'08 0131 .... Harris, Herbert Spencer, '19-'21 0211'... Hartford. Donald, '16-'20 0201'. ...... .. Hasenkamp, J. F., Jr., '18-'19 0221 ....... Haskell, Evan Charles, Jr.. '21-'22 0251... Haskins. Dennls, '17-'22 0221 ........... Hayes, Thomas Swlft, '15-'18 0181' .... VVllllam Frank, '14-'16 0161' .... .'. hhii' N6 ,.........................Decease-J ............................Deceased . . . .1506 East Thirteenth Street, . .... . . . . . . . . 518 Douglas Street, . . .Care Caldwell dc Co., Nashville, .. . . . .Falrvlew Place, Jackson, .... .... .....Wlgglns, ......... ..........Athens, .... . . . . .1312 Thlrtieth Street, Clifton I-Illls, 403 Mlsslsslppl Avenue, North Chattanooga, ...................Lols Springs, Clty City Tnnn M lss. Miss. Tenn. Clty. Tenn Church Street, Mobile, Ala . . . . . . . . . . . . .East Third Avenue, Dayton, . . . . . . . .2505 McCallie Avenue, . . . ....... . . . .Jefferson Clty, .. .44 North Crest Road, . . . .... . . ..... .Jasper, .. . . . . . .915 Vlne Street. North Crest Road Tenn cnyf Tenn Clty: 'Penn cnyf Clty ..................................Dec'eased . . . . . . . . ...... Route No. 1, Slsco, Ga. Ala. ............................Statesvllle, N. C. . . . .Care Bristol Hosiery Mllls, Bristol, Tenn. ................................Dalton, Ga. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2004 Duncan Avenue, Clty. . . . . . . . . . . . .............. .Cleveland, Tenn. . .................. Lookout Mountain, Tenn. . . . .Hanover Street, North Chattanooga, Tenn. Lewis Street, Clty. . ......... 2110 East 39th Street, East Lake. Tenn. Care DuPont Artlrlclal Silk Mills, Nashville, Tenn. rth Chamberlain Avenue, East Chattanooga, Tenn. Walnut Street, Clty Hayes, Z. C., Jr., '18-'19 0191' .......... . ..... Hayl, Ed. Earle, '22-'23 0261. . . . . . .... . . Hebert, August cm-imn, '13-'18 q'1s1'.'.'. Henderson Frank .... ,. I-Iendersonf Matthew c., '11-'18 c'1s1....' Henderson, William A. R., '18-'21 0211'.. Henley, James Walton, '15-'19 0191' .... Henry, Robert S.. '13-'14 0181 ...... .. . Heron, Charles Stewart, '20-'21 0271.... Heyman, Paul, '15-'19 0191' ..... .. . . . . Hicks, James Howard, '21-'23 l'271.... Hlgglns, Lamar, '13-'14 0181 ..... Hlll, John Henry, '20-'22 0231.. ....... Hlllhouse, John Loudon, '21-'22 0231. Hines, Henry James, '07-'09 0101 ...... Hlrth, Albert, Hobbs, Robert A., Hodgln, Chas. Hollingsworth '10-'12 0151 ............... '19-'23 0231' .......... James Franklln '22-'23 02 Ed., '18-'19 mov.. ....... ' , , 61. . . Hollingsworth, Louls Castex, '20-'22 0221' .... Hollingsworth James F. '22-'24 0241'... 1-mnngswormf om-0 Tucker, 'zo-'22 q'z21'.'.'.'.' Holly, Jack, '21-'23 0261 ...... . . . . ..... . . Holt, Marcus Lafayette, '21-'22 0221'. .. . Holton, William 1-Iubon, '17-'19 0191'.. Hood, Francis Albert, f21-'24 0281 ..... Hooper, Charles Ward, '19-'21 0231. . .. Hooten. Walter Shaw, '18-'19 0211.... Hopkins, James Lewis, '23-'24 0241'. .. Horne, Mike, '07-'08 0111. . ... . .. . . . .. Hornsby, James Howard, '14-'18 01B1'... Horton. Walter King, Jr., '19-'21 0211'.. Hoes, Emhree, '16-'18 0211.. ........... Howard, James Harris, '21-'22 0261.... Howe, Wllllam Madeira, '21-'23 0241.... Hoyl, John, '06-'07 0091..... ........ . Hubbard, Samuel T., '20-'22 0281 .... Hudson, Frank Reynolds, '19-'22 0221'.. Hudson, I-larry Stuart, '20-'21 0221 .... Huff. James Anderson, '20-'23 0251 ..... Hughes. Frederick Wm.. '20-'24 0241'.. Hunt, Clyde, '07-'08 0131 .... . ........ Hunt, Horace Chapman, '21-'24 0261 .... Hunt, Robert Booker, '20-'22 0241,.... Hunt, Robert Cross, '18-'22 0221' ....... Hunt, Wllllam J. B., '13-'14 0171 ........ Hunter, David William, Jr., '20-'24 0241'. Huskey, Walter Donald, '21-'22 0261..... Hutcheson, John Lafayette, Jr., '15-'20 0 ..........................Slgnal Mountain, Tenn. ....................................Elberton, Ga. . .................... . . . . . . .Elberton, Ga. 204 McFarland Avenue, North Chattanooga, Tenn. 'Mukhi . . .310 McCallie Avenue, Clty . . . . 310 McCallie Avenue, Clty . . . 1900 Duncan Avenue, Clty. .. . .7115i Battery Place, Clty. . . .1512 Duncan Avenue, Clty. . . . . . .New York Clty, N. Y. Bailey Avenue, Clty. . .................. 121 East Ninth Street, Clty. . . . .2006 East 26th Street, Foust Addition, Clty. . . . .1723 Fifteenth Avenue, S., Birmingham, Ala. . ,..... . . . . . . . . . .119 Howard treet, Rome, Ga. ............................Fernandlna, Fla. Union Avenue, Clty. . . . ,403 Ashboro Street, Greensboro, N. C. . . . . . .4503 St. Elmo Avenue, St. Elmo, Tenn. ......189 Ponce de Leon Avenue, Atlanta, Ga .... . ..... 512 west Sixth street ..411 ...... ......... 715 Oak Street, Kyle Street, ....189 Ponce de Leon Avenue, Atlanta, Ga . . . . . . .304 North Troup Street, Valdosta, Ga Clty Crewdson Avenue, North Chattanooga,'Tenn Clty Clty: . ......... . . . . .330 Lapsley Street, Selma, Ala . . . . . . . . ............. 501 Georgia Avenue, . . . .1321 Twenty-second Avenue, Merldlan, Clty Miss. ..... ......... .Dalton, Ga .............................Peakland, Tenn .. . .805 Cumberland Street, Harriman, Tenn Vine Street, ........2712 Plne Avenue, Birmingham cnyf , Am. .2027 Age-Herald Bldg., Birmingham, Ala. .. . . . . ....... . . ............ Cleveland, . . . . .Red Bank, North Chattanooga, Tenn Tenn Vlne Street, Clty. .............................Montreat, . . . . . . . 116 Rockwood Avenue, Rockwood, ..1319 Twenty-third Avenufi Merldlan, 628 Douglas Street 2653122 Hutcheson, Louls Samuel, '17-'24 0241'. .... .. Hutchins, Russell M., '09-'11 0121 ..... . .... . Hyde, John Bachman, '07-'08 00812 .. " .107'1.ye.rly'Street,' Highland Park station' N. C Tenn Miss. Clty Clty ........ ...... . .... Nashvllle,"1'enn Bluff Vlew, City. . ...2106 Kirby Avenue, Clty. .2116 Rlnggold Road, Clty. ...,..............Rlnggold, Ga. ......... 386 South Crest Road, Clty. ......... ...,386 South Crest Road, Clty. Boynton Terrace, Clty. ....Belvolr Avenue, East Mission Ridge, Clty I I I I I I I I I I t l 4 I I I I I I I I I Q ' 1 Fx N . Wag, .5 . X, 2 THE PENNA T fi' 1925 Q A' rig. .. 9- - X 'aan .89 0 io . ,of "" f ,idly Q if Ingram, Powell Marvin, '22-'23 C261 ............. . .............. Jackson, Alexander Beatty ....... . . . Jackson, Louis W., '22-'24 C241' ..... James, Thomas Grady, '18-'23 C241 .... aoQ"iooGo:apnoi0'Don ...Waverly Hall, Ga. Iva. S. C. Iva, S. C. City. . ...,.............. 2411 Duncan Avenue, Jameson, Woods W., '15-'18 C221.... ...McBrien Road, East Mission Ridge, City. Jarnagin, Joseph R., '06-'12 C151 .... ........ , ................ .... 5 3 0 Vlne Street, City. Jenkins, Bissell, '07-'09 C101 ..... ............. Cameron-Barkley Co., Charleston, S. C. Jenkins, John T., '08-'11 C121 ......... .... G eneral Asbestos 8x Rubber Co., Charleston, S. C. Jenkins, William Inman, '14-'20 C201'.. ....................... 404 South Crest Road, City. Jeter, Comlllus Bothwell, '18-'19 C211 . . . ............................................. . . . . Johnson, Francis Marlon, '21-'22 C271 .... ............... 1 604 Bailey Avenue, City. Johnson, Malone, '12-'17 C171' ........... .... 4 301 Alabama Avenue, St. Elmo, City. Johnson, Thomas H., Jr., '16-'22 C221'. . . .......... 406 West Seventh Street, City. Johnson, Willis Edward, '20-'22 C241 .... Johnston, Garret P., '13-'18 C181' .... . Johnstone, Knox, '16-'20 Joines, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Judd, Keese, Keith, Kelly, Kelly, Kelly, C211 ......... James Robert, '20-'21 C231 .... Amos M.. '17-'18 C211 ........ Arthur Sam, '14-'20 C201'... Ben L., '17-'20 C211 ........ Edward, Jr., '19-'22 C221? ...... Robert C., Jr., '10-'14 C141'... Stephen F., Jr., '21-'24 C241' ...... WVllllam N., Jr., '10-'16 C161' ..... John S., '12-'12 C181 .................. William Shelton, Jr., '19-'21 C211'... Marshall 'Alst0n, '19-'22 C231 ....... Don A., Jr., '21-'22 C261 .......... Edgar Allen, '16-'19 C231 .... . .. . Ernest, '17-'22 C221' .............. . . . . . . .Peakland Place, Lynchburg, Va. . . . ....... 2006 McCallie Avenue, Clty. ............................Mocksville, N. C. Kirby Avenue, City. .. . 2301 Wllder Street, East Chattanooga, Tenn. . . . . . . .817 Oak Street, City. ..............................Schlater, Miss. .................Schlater, Miss. 312 South Crest Road, City. . . . . . . . . . . . .CR'eenwood, Miss. Oak Street, City. . . . .Care Travel+:r's Insurance Co., BirminghamMAla. ass. .. . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . .471 Broadway, Cambridge, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .711 Alabama Avenue, Selma, Ala. .............1914 Oak Street, Lee, Fla. City. Valdosta, Ga. Kelly, Wllllam Darrah III, '07-'10 C131.. .... 1903 McCallie Avenue, City. Kenney, O. H. Perry . ........ . .... : ..... .............. R lvervlew, Clty. Kenney, Don Morelos, '13-'20 C201' ..... ...... ...... C o ral Gables, Miami, Fla. Kerr, John Elton, '07-'11 .............. ............................... D eceased. Kerr, John Thomas, '15-'16 C161'. . . . . . . ................................ Deceased. Kettell, Herbert Russell, '21-'22 C221' . . .... 310 San Francisco Street, Pomona, Calif. Kettell, Kent William, '21-'22 C221' . . . .... 310 San Francisco Street, Pomona, Calif. Key, David M., '11-'12 ................ ..... C are 'A. L. Key, Mt. City Club, City. Keyser, Albert E., Jr., '16-'17 C201 .... ..................... 1 904 Oak Street, City. Kilbore, Allen W., '10-'13 C131' ...... .... C are Mayo Bros. Clinic, Rochester, Minn. Kilgore,,B. H., '12-'13 C141 ........... ...................... B ox AA, Chicago, Ill. Killian, James Rhyne, '20-'21 C211'... ....,....................... Florence, Ala. King, Clyde, '19-'20, .................. ...........,................ King, Osgood, ,12-'15 C171 ............. ...2001 Union Avenue, City. King, Theodore F., Jr., '12-'16 C161'... ........... Riverview, Clty. Kirby, James Lea, '14-'16 C161' ...... ......... C leveland, Tenn. Kitchen, John A., '22-'23 C261 ..... ............. , . ....................... ., .... Klaus, Sol. C., '06-'07 C111 ......... ........................... 4 17 High Street, City. Kline, Franklin, '06-'11 C111' ......... .... 4 20 East Fiftieth Street, New York City, N. Y. Klumb, George Alfred, '15-'18 C181'.. ......... ......................... W lgglns, Mass. Knoedler, Carl Olson, '18-'21 C211'.. ........................... 2012 Ivy Street, Clty. Knowles, Frank A., '15-'19 C191' .... . ....................... , ............... . Knox, James Lafayette, '19-'20 C201'. . .... . ......... R. F. D. 6, Chattanooga, Tenn. Kra.use, '08-'09 C141 ................ .................... 2 202 Bennett Avenue, City. Krlchbaum, Chas. F., '12-'13 C171... .......... 4403 St. Elmo Avenue, St. Elmo, Tenn. Kropp, Henry A., Jr., '10-'15 C161... ...6802 Ridge Blvd., Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, N. Y. Kropp, Keith, '15-'18 C211 ......... ............. P rovident Life Insurance Co., City. Krutz, '12-'13 ........... . ...... . Kuntz, Felix, '05-'07 .... ......... Kyle, Nelson E., '14-'16 C161' ..... . Lacy, Kenneth, '13-'16 C181... .... . Landress. Thomas L., '05-'09 C101. . . Lasley, Marshall, '07-'08 ........ . . . Latimore, David S., '14-'15 C191 ..... Latimore, Thomas C., '06-'10 C111. . . Latimore, William S., '06-'11 C111'.. Lauderbach, Alfred B., '13-'20 C201'.. Lauter, W. Shep., '19-'22 C251 .......... Lawwill, Joseph Addison, '07-'10 C101' .... Layson, William Miller, '18-'20 C201 ........ Leatherwood, Glass Marshall, '18-'19 C211 .... Leidy, Russell, '08-'09 C121 ................. Lemon, James Bryant, '18-'20 C211 ..... .. Lerch, '12-'14 ............ ..... ......... . Lew, Thimothy Tlnfang, '10-'11 C111' . . . . . L'heureux, David Christian, '18-'21 C211'... L'heureux, Henry, '18-'20 C201'. ........... . Light, William Howltte, '11-'13 C131' . . . . . Lightfoot, Liles Harry, Jr., '21-'23 C261 .... Lindamood, Harry, '20-'22 C221' ........... Lindamood, Stuart Lapsley, '14-'15 C151... Lindsey, John Clifton, '19-'21 C221 ......... ' ' ' 'c5kLJi-1'dskQAAQi.l.3'i1I 'sf . . .36 Hogshead Apts., 904 East Ninth Street, 'oily' 'city .925 McCallie Avenue, City. .. .609 Douglas Street, City. Alden, San Francisco, Calif. 2003 McCallie Avenue, City. ..R. No. 1, Shepherd, Tenn. . . . . . .1520 Kyle Street, Clty. . .621 Fairview Avenue, City Millersburg, Ky .. . . . . .61 North Anne Street, Mobile, Ala . . . . . .5254 Vvalnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa .. ..230 S. W. Sixteenth Street, Miami, Fla. ' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'1z3A1kihe' iiAs'Je.i5xiS" '15i.i.ii.e. 'ci.'1hl.'. 805 Woodward Avenue, Clty. 805 Woodward Avenue, Clty. Wilson Sz Co., Memphis, Tenn. Cecil Apts., 817 N. Van News St., Los Angeles, Calif. 810 Eleventh Street, Columbus, Miss. 810 Eleventh Street, Columbus. Miss. Moultrie, Ga. Lingle, Eustace E., '21-'23 C231' ........ ................................ D avldson, N. C. Llngle, Walter Lee, '22-'24 C241'.. ...... 3410 Chamberlayne Avenue, Richmond, Va. Lipshltz, Harry, '21-'22 C221 ................. .... N . Y. Univ., Premedlcal Dept., New York City. Llston, Robert Todd, '14-'15 C151' ............. ................................. . .BosWell, Okla. Little, Archibald Alexander, Jr., '19-'21 C211".. . .. ......... . . .. ............... Meridian, Miss. Llewellyn, Carl Powell, '10-'13 C141. ............................................ 24 Bluff View, City. Lockwood, Frederick Jessiman, '21-'23 C251. sl I ilmifffwxwm N X A an A,,.,aav-- M.: , f.1.,e4.,.,.....,,.,,,,u4naq ,ff "'P""""""-lfu-H-e-"""f ' C A THE PENNANT "W 1 9 2 5 'M ww 'I' :F . .'q'5 ooqsiopo9i'dv.u Lofton, Merril Colller, '13-'16 0163' . . .. ...................... .,.. . .. Long, Harris Jones, .'20-'24 0243'. . ..... Lovelace, Elijah Logan, '21-'22 0233... Lutes, Charles, '22-'24 0273. . . . . . .... .. Lyman, Wllllam Paul, '17-'19 0193'.... Lynch, Lawrence, '05-'07 0073' .... .. McAllster, Alexander, '19-'21 0213'.... McCaa, John, '21-'24 0243' ........ . .... McCall, Howard W., Jr., '20-'24 0243'.. McCallie, John A., '09-'10 0113 ....... McCallie, Thomas C., '05-'10 0l03' ....... McCallie, Wllllam A., '05-'06 0083. . . . . . . . . McCallum, Archibald Cone, '21-'23 0243.... .. .12 Renner Apts. Clty. ...105 Pine Street Wilson N. C. .Darlington School, Rome, Ga. ,J....... ... - 0 u M . 7' . .........'1'ate Sprlng , Tenn. . . . . .Irving Park, Greensboro N. C. . . . . . . . .. ............ Anniston, Ala. .. .......... 941 Fort Wood St., . . . .Gant-Ogden Co., Knoxville, ..............4o4 Pine Street, .. .Island Home, Knoxville, City. Tenn. Clty. Tenn. . ........... White Springs, Fla. McCallum, Brown, '19-'20 0223 . . . ........ ....... . F. . . .... . . . .Hamer, S. C. McCallum, Hayes Shipman, '17-'19 0203 .... .............. . Whlte Springs, Fla. McCampbell, Atlee, '20-'22 0223'. ..... . . . . .. . . . . .Third Street, Corpus Christi, Tex. McCampbell, William, '20-'22 0223' ..... . .. ........... . . . . .Thlrd Street, Corpus Chrlstl, Tex. McCanless, George Folsom, '19-'22 0223'. .. ..... ........................ M orrlstown, Tenn. McCauley, Dallas Ramsey, '20-'21 0213'. . .. . . . . .Un1v. of Southern Callfornla, Los Angeles, Callf. McCollum, Clarence Hood, '06-'07 ....... 310 West Colville Street, North Chattanooga, Tenn. McComb, David Moore, '20-'21 0223. .... ................ 1 2'50 Slxth Street, Hickory, N. C. McCool. Harry F., '07-'08 . ......... . ........ ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2408 McCallie Avenue, Clty. Mvllorkle, Francis Douglas, '19-'21 0213' .... . .......... ........ . .... . . ........ Mohawk, Tenn. McCorkle, Wllllam Moore, '19-'21 0223. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......... White Pine, Tenn. McCravey, James Rlchard, Jr., '23-'24 0243' .................. . ..... .. .... . . . . .. .Forest, Miss. McDlarmld, Charles Robinson, '20-'21 0233.. ..l-linsdale Avenue, Haymount. Fayetteville, N. C. McDonald, Archie. Linn, '20-'22 0223'. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... .Apt. 2, 761 Oak Street, Clty. McDonald, Frank D., '20-'24 0243'. . . ..... ..... . . ...2330 Jefferson Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. McDonald, Harry Beard. '19-'21 0223..... ...2330 Jefferson Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. McDowell, James Davison, '18-'20 0213 .... ...... K lng's Mountain Street, York, S. C. McElrath, Thomas, '12-'13 0163 . . . . . .. ..... . . . . . . . . . . . ........... Murray, Ky. MqElwee, Wllllam Henry, '22-'24 0263... . . . . ..... . . . . . . . . . . .Statesvllle, N. C. McFarland, Clay A., '06-'07 0083 ...... . . . . . . . . . . . .Rossvllle, Ga. McFarland, Gordon K., '12-'19 0193'. . . . . .Lookout Mountain, Tenn. McFarland, Robert W., '12-'15 0l53'... . . .... Lookout Mountain, Tenn. McGee, John D., '17-'10 0213 .... . .... . ...... ' .......... 838 Vine Street, City. McGill, Myron Wallace, '12-'17 0173'. . . . .. .... ..... . . . .. ............ .Davldson, N. C. McGill, Ralph Emerson, '13-'17 0173' ........ ...Care Nashville Banner, Nashville, Tenn. Mcllwalne, Chalmers M. S., '19-'21 0213'. . . . ......... . . . .... . . . . . . . . .Davldson, N. C. Mcllwalne, Reginald Heber, '20-'23 0233' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Davldson, N. C. , Mcllwalne, Robert, '17-'18 0183'.......... ..... ........Davldson, N. C.l , Mclntosh, Murray L., '21-'24 0253.. .... ...... . ....... . ..... ...Newberry, S. C. X Mclsaac, Alfred C., '10-'13 0153.... ................... 1615 Kirby Avenue, Clty. 3 Mclsaac, George D., '15-'16 0173 ...... F. D. No. 5, North Chattanooga, Tenn. X , Mclsaac, James, '05-'06 ..... ........ . . . . . . . . . ....................... . . ..... Deceased. Mclsaac, Wllllam John, '07-'08 0123 ......... . .... . .... . ...... 1615 Kirby Avenue, City. ,I McKsldln, Gordon, '16-'18 0183'.. ....... . . .... .... . . . . . . . . . .Athens, Tenn. 1 McKeldln, James Richardson, '14-'17 0173' . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... Athens, Tenn. McKellar, Benjamin Franklin, '15-'17 0193. ............ Greenwood, S. C. McKinney, Robert Wllllam, '15-'19 0193'... ...2105 Duncan Avenue, City. McKinney, Russell, '20-'24 0283.. .......... .............. ..95 Crest Road, City. McLean, James Kenneth, '20-'24 0243' ...... .................. Box 355, Merldlan, Miss. McLln, John Beaty, '19-'20 0213... ........... . ..... . ....... 312 West Hampton Street, Laurens, S. C. McMahon, Roy M., '05-'07 0003. ....... Oll Well Supply Co., Main and.Almeda Sts., Los Angeles, Callf. McMillan, Henry Francls, '17-'21 0213' ...... . ..... . .... .. ........ 715 Morgan Street, Harriman, Tenn. McNair, Archle Graham, '22-'24 0263 .......... .. ......... 316 North Flfth Street, Wllmlngton, N. C. McNelll, John Lawrence, '20-'23 0263. . ..... .. ............... . ...... . . . . . .Raeford, N. C. Mc'Pherson, Charles Marlon, '14-'16 0163'. . . .... . .... . ............. . . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. McPherson, Hal, '16-'20 0213 .............. ........ 1 727 Altlon Street, Chicago, Ill. McPherson, Hugh Cone, '19-'21 0213'. . .. ... .... . ..... ... . . . . . . ..... . . . .Cameron, N. C. McRae, Donald Lee, '20-'22 0243 ........ .. ...... ,..1122 Linden Avenue, Memphis, Tenn. Mr-Ree, Wllllam Milton, '18-'19 0223 ...... ..................... . ............. D ecatur, Ala. McVeigh. John Herbert, '20-'24 0283 ........ ...2515 Chamberlain Avenue, Chattanooga, Tenn. MacKethan, John Alexander, '20-'24 0243' .... .. .... 120 Cool Spring Street. Fayetteville, N. C. Maclellan. Robert Llewellyn. '18-'24 0243'.. . . . . . . ...... . . . . . .. ...... 28 Bluff View, Clty. Macnab, Robert Christy, '23-'24 0263 ....... .... . ....... 2507 Vance Avcnue, City. Macllae, John Sumter, '22-'23 02332 . . . .. ... ...... . . . . . . . -Maxton, N. C. Maglll, James Franklin, '21-'22 0233.... . ...... . ....... Madisonville, Tenn. Mahan, Thomas Lee, '21-'22 0243 ...... .. . ..................... Jelllco, Tenn. Malone, Harry Lund, '20-'22 0243. ..... .... 3 01 Jackson Street, Albany, Ala. Marbut, Carl, '12-'14 0163 .......... .. .............................. Denver, Col. Marr, Walter Durant, '20-'24 0263... ..................... Signal Mountain, Tenn. Marshall, John W., '12-'18 0183' .... ........... T ampa Bay Land Co., Tampa, Fla. Marshall. Rembert, '07-'10 0103'... ....Marshall Furniture Co., Nashville, Tenn. Martin, Charles B., '08-'11 0153 ...... .............. . .514 West'Slxth Street, City. Martin, Cyrus Grlflln, '08-'12 0123'. . . . ..... .. . ......... 529 Oak Street, City. ' Martin, Edward A., '09-'13 0153 . . . . . . . . . . . ....... .......... 4 8 Flatiron Bldg., City. Martin, Francis Llnton, '06-'09 0093'.. ............................. .529 Oak Street, City. Martin, June, '05-'06 .................. .................................................... Martin Robert S., '23-'24 0303 ..................... Cleveland Pike, Chattanooga, Tenn., East Ridge. Martin, William Ernest, '16-'21 0243 ................................... 4118 St. Elmo Avenue, City. Martin, Wllllam J., Jr., '16-'18 0183' ................................................ Davidson, N. C. Martlnto, Alberto, '19-'21 0233 . . . .................... . ................. Care P. Martlnto, Lima, Peru. Martlnto, Pedro, Jr., '19-'21 0253 ...... . ............. . .................. Care P. Martlnto, Lima, Peru, Maryman, Raymond, Jr., '20-'22 0253.. ............... ......... ..... .............. G r a nd Hotel, Clty. Massey, Ernest Newton, '22-'23 0233 ......................... Dallas Road, North Chattanooga, Tenn. Mathers, Wllllam Thomas, '21-'23 0283 .................. ........ .... . ........... W h lte Springs, Fla. Mathew, Claude Elmo, '20-'21 0243 ................. . .................. Box 781, Burkburnett, Texas. Mathis, J. Simpson, '14-'20 0203' .... ....... .... . ........ 2 18 Ponce de Leon Avenue, Atlanta, Ga. , ff, fl 1.0-. 169 iitii W WE' 'ffm H. 1 V4.0 ,ff wi?JW 1N1?ff JP " .I 1 l- X . M pf '- 1 ..... -Q55 F lf? ,gg . assix gl X. g:: 'ew 1 9 2 5 3:1523-.. is ovoecf ff Huw?f..q,,,,icoGeflQLaoC,,..Q'Ue'Jfo Matthews, John Payson, '19-'21 C211'... May, Thomas J., Jr., '18-'21 C261 ....... Meek, John Fleming, Jr., '14-'19 C191'.. ...........Oakland, Tenn. Oak Street, Clty. . ...,.......... 53 Elizabeth Apts., City. Melton, John Theodore, '21-'24 C251... .... 1428 Senate Street, Columbia, S. C. Menzies, Alexander, '17-'18 C191 ..... .. ............... ..... H lckory, N. C- Menzles, Sterllng F., '17-'19 C191'.. .... 825 Thirteenth St., Hlckory, N. C. Merlweather, Douglas, '22-'24 C271.... Mickler, Robert, '12-'14 C191. ..... .. Middleton, John, '10-'11 ........... Mikell, Jenkins, '19-'21 C211' .... Mlkell, John Sloan, '19-'23 C231'.. Milburn, Knapp, '06-'12 ............. Milburn, William F., '06-'07 C071'.. Miller, Burkett, '06-'08-'10 C101' ...... Miller, Frank L., Jr., '07-'11 C111' .... 1 . . . . . . . . .252 South Crest Road, City .............................Deceased. ....1400 Gervais Street, Columbia, S. C ....120 Eclista Avenue, Columbia, S. C .............................Deceased . . . .Addressograph Co. Atlanta Ga Hogshead Aprs.,'cnyf , ,' ' C 1 ..... .... Moore, Charles C., Jr., '12-'17 C171' ...... . 709 Oak Stree . ....... 318 South Crest Road, Clty Miller, George Hooper, '22-'23 C281 .... ...South Washington Street, Shelby, N. C Miller, Lewln, Jr., '18-'19 C201 .......... ............................ P aducah, Ky. Miller, Vaughn, '08-'10 C101' ............. ....... . ..... 7 02-A Battery Place, City. Mlnter, James Anthony, Jr., '20-'22 C221'. . ......... . . . .118 Commerce Street, Tyler, Ala. Mlnter. Olaf, '16-'17 C211 .............. .................................. ..... ........... Mitchell, Clarence, '12-'15 C151' ....... ................ 2406 Chamberlain Avenue, City. Mitchell, Lon W., '05-'06 C071 ........ .... D lxle Portland Cement Co., Richard City, Tenn. Mitchell, Olando Love, '14-'16 C181 ..... Monln, James Daugherty, '20-'21 C241 ..... . Montague, Theodore L., Jr., '19-'24 C271 .... Moore Cecil Andrew 20- 22 22 ' 1407 Bailey Avenue, ..................Oakland, . . . . . . . . .941 East Terrace, 1111 East Eleventh Street, City. Tenn. City. Clty. City. Moore, Frank Wvashlngton, '15-'21 C221 Moore, George C., '07-'09 C141 .......... Moore, Spratt, '16-'17 C191 ............. 2 Moore, Wallace H., '17-'18 C201 ..... , Moore, Wilson, '17-'18 C181 ' ........... Morgan, Hampton Clay, '22-'23 C271... OakStreet, ...... ...rock Hlll,.S:.C: .. .Taylorsville, . . . .198 South Crest Road, City. Clty. Morris, Charles Elton, '19-'23 C231'... ........ 616 Parkway Drive, Fairfield, Ala. , Morris, Joseph Francis, '22-'23 C231' .... . ......................... ....Emlnence, Ky. l Morris, William VVallace, '19-'21 C211... .... 263 North Unlon Street, Concord, N. C. Q Morrison, Allison Field, '19-'20 C231 ...... ...... . ............ .................... . l Morrison, Charles Ridgely, '19-'20 C231... .................... R. F. D. No. 1, Clty. ' Morrison, Harold, '05-'07 C071' .......... .... 2 3 Hogshead Apts., Clty. Morrison Mark C., '07-'08 ............ .................. D eceased. Morrison Scarr, '11-'12 C151 ..... ..................... S tatesvllle, N. C. Morrison, William J., '10-'12 C121'.. ................. 1811 Bailey Ave., Clty. Morton, C. S., '07-'09 C091' ........ . ...West Onadaga Street, Syracuse, N. Y. Mosby, M. Lacy, '23-'24 C251 ...... .. ......................... Hernando, Mlss. Moss, Beverley Turpin, '22-'24 C261 .... ..... . .............. 1 Vashlngton, N. C. Motz, Aubrey J., '18-'21 C211' ........ Moudy, Fred S., '06-'07 C121. ........... . Moudy, Theodore K., '19-'21 C271 ....... Murphey, Campbell A., '19-'20 C261 .... Murphey, Thomas Mllledge, '19-'20 C20 S111 Murphy, Leonard, '12-'13 C131' ............. Roswe ll Ga .. . . . . .2402 East Twelfth Street, 'Clty. Oak Street, City. . . .516 South Winter Street, Adrian, Mich. . . . 516 South Winter Street, Adrian, Mlch. .. . . . . .Vendome Apts., Knoxville, Tenn. Murphy, W. A., '05-'06 ..... ................. ........... Y . M. C. A., Jacksonville, Fla. Murray, William Andrew, Jr., '19-'22 C231... ...4105 Washington Street, Shelby, N. C. Murtland, James Barton, '20-'21 C241. .... . . L ......... .............. C larksvllle, Tenn. Myers, Henry, '16-'18 C181'.............. .. .... ...............Greensboro, N.C Narramore, Gray Oley, '22-'23 C271.... ............... 1520 Mitchell Ave., City Neely, E. Austin, '05-'06 ............. .... 6 50 St. Paul Avenue, Memphis, Tenn. Nelson, Robert Goree, '11-'12 C121'.. ........ Care Dr. Nelson, Birmingham, Ala Newkirk, Paul, '17-'18 C191 ......... .... C are Box 116, Port Bayard, New Mexlco. Newland, Nathan, '18-'20 C211 ....... .......................... K lngsport, Tenn Newman, Thos. Harold, '18-'20 C261... ...... 417 Carnegie Hall, Maryville, Tenn. Newton, Jere, '22-'24 C241 ............. .... 1 325 North State Street. Jackson, Miss. Nicholson, Jack P., '20-'22 C281 ...... .................... 5 28 Oak Street, City. Nlcklln, John Bailey, Jr., '11 C101'. .. ........... ....... ..... . . 516 Poplar Street, Clty Nolty, Gus John, '12-'13 ................... .................... . .................................. Norman, Lewis, '07-'11 C121 ................ ...Seventh Infantry, Vancouver Barrack , Washington. Norton, Joseph Jeptha, '20-'21 C221 ......... ...................................... W alhalla, S. C Norvell, William Edward, Jr., '12-'19 C191' ................................... 303 High Street, Clty. Nutt, Robert Hamilton. '19-'21 C221 ............................ 103 Battle Avenue, Greensboro, N. C Ochs, William Van Dyke, '07-'08 C111 ............................. ........ 1 902 Duncan Avenue, City Olney, Robert Blum, '20-'21 C221 ......... 7 Drummond Ave., Chevy Chase P. O., Washington, D. C Orr, Benjamin Palmer, '18-'19 C191' ........................ Orr, Garland Alexander, '17-'19 C191'.. Orton, Wilton Faulkner, '13-'15 C181 . . . . 7307 St. Charles Street, New Orleans La 7307 St. Charles Street, New Orleans: La: Union Avenue, City. Owen, Clinton Penn, '19-'23 C231'... ............................ Evansville. Miss. Owen, Frank, '20-'24 C261 ......... .....................,....... E vansvllle, Miss. Paddock, Alfred L., '05-'08 C101 ...... .... 2 12 North Wilton Place, Los Angeles, Calif. Paine, Thomas Charles, '19-'21 C221... ........ ..................... S eviervllle, Tenn. Palmer, O. Bruse, '06-'07 C091 ........ .. Palmer, Charles A., '17-'20 C201' ..... Palmer, Fred Robert, '18-'22 C221'.. Wyatt Place, . . . . . .. . .19 South Crest Road, .., ........ 19 South Crest Road, I 0 Palmer, Hershel H., '23-'24 C291 ......... ...3212 Avenue "L," East Lake, Tenn. Park, Anderson, '07-'08 C111 .............. .......... ......... W e st Point, Miss. Park. David Allen, '18-'21- C241 ............. .............. 2 909 Kirby Avenue, Clty. Parker, William Henry, Jr., '09-'11 C111'... ........... 141 Tradd Street, Charleston, S. C. Parks, Charles L., '23-'24 C241' ........... ............ 2 10 S. Union Street, Concord, N. C. Parks, Ernest Hamilton, '18-'24 C261 .... ...................... .2611 Stewart Street, Parks, Herman, '18-'24 C251 ........................... 2508 Dodson Avenue, East Chattanooga, Tenn. Partee, Goodloe Malone, '20-'22 C221' .............. . ......... ...... .... . .. ....... Ripley, Tenn. Clty. City. City. City. iiiii J lll x 1lIi Q g, 1 7 mm lf' ' , Q, l l! Will! 04' ,Q I4 Hail! .. . ...........Lexlngton, Ky Phllllps, Cecil, '16-'18 C201 .... . ......... ........ ...... 1 0 5 l , . THE PENN N 1 -'ik we 1 9 2 5 . imma wwf 1 .. 'i,eQba .'aoioD,oc:om,qf' . t Patrick, Robert L., '20-'23 C241 ........... ............. .... .730 Flfth Avenue, Laurel, Mlss. Patten. Davld Manker, '07-'11 C111' ....... Patterson. Carroll Edward, '07-'11 C121 .... Patterson, George Frazer, '18-'19 C221 ..... Patterson, Logan Evans, '22-'24 C261... Patton, Hayden, '11-'13 C151 ........ Patton, John E., Jr., '12-'16 C191 .... Patton, Robblns, '12-'17 . ...... Patton, Theodore, '20-'24 C251 .... Patty, Dean Ward, '18-'19 ............ Patty, Burch C.. '11-'17 C171' .......... Paxton. James Alexander, '20-'23 C241 .... Peck, James Faire, '13-'18 C201 ............ Petter, Lloyd B.. '20-'21 C231 .............. . Pemberton, Henry Marshall, '21-'23 C231'.. Penlck, Daniel Allen, '19-'20 C201' ......... Perry. Edward H. B.. '10-'11 C141 ........ Perry, John S., Jr., '12-'14 ..... ...... Perry, Jack Whitley, '19-'21 C211'.. Perry, Robert F., '10-'17 C171' ......... Perry, Wllllam, '11-'13 Cl31' .......... Peters, George Thomas, '19-'22 C231 .... Peters, Robert L., '09-'12 C151 ........ Pettlt, Harold, '17-'19 C211 ...... Phllllps, Robert, '22-'23 ................... Phlpps, Rlchard Fennlmore, '19-'21 C221... Pickens, Henry Berlin, '06-'11 C111' ........ Plnvkney, John Dawson, '10-'12 C151 ...... . Piper, Thomas Owen, '18-'21 C261 ..... . Plummer, Edward M., '20-'23 C231'... Poe, Lance Ottls, '20-'21 C251........ Pope, John Walker, '14-'16 C161' ....... Poss, Maurlce C., '06-'10 C101' .......... . Poss, Henry, '11-'12 C171 ................... Post, Roswell Davls, '15-'16, '19-'20 C201'... Potts, Coke Lester. '23f'24 C271.. ......... Potts, Lawrence Donald, '22-'23 C271 .... Powell, Frank, '19-'20 C201'... ........ . Powell. Richard, '23-'24 C251 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Preston. Thomas Rose, Jr., '16-'21 C211'... Pretlow, James Paddlson, '23-'24 C241'... Prlce. James Bartley, '20-'21 C251 ...... Prlce. Julian, '17-'18 C181'... .... . .... Prlce Lom R '06 '07 '11 , ., - 1 1 .................. Prigmore, E. Carl, '13-'18 C191 ........... Prlgmore, Edward Washington, '13-'18 C191. Prlgmore, LaFayette, '09-'13 C161 .......... Provence. Thomas A., Jr., '12-'14 C161 ...... Pugh, Jesse Stuart, '22-'23 C231' ...... Purse, Robert, Jr., '12-'14 C141' ...... Purse, Tracy M., '12-'16 C161' ........ . Purse, Wllllam Burke. '15-'22 C221'... Pursley. Claude Lee, '16-21 C241 ....... Pursley, Andrew M., '13-'15 C181 ....... Quattlebaum, Lawrence, '16-'18 C231.... Rabun, Robert Eugene, '18-'19 C221 .... Ramsey. Ernest George, '11-'14 C191. Rankin, Watson Wharton, '17-'19 C191'. . . Ransom. Robert Bruster. '07-'11 C121 .... Rathmell, John B., '05-'09 C091' .......... Raulston, Robert Sharp, '13-'17 C171'.. Rausch. John, '19-'21 C221 ............... Rawlings, Wllllam Leslie, '11-'14 C151 .... Read, Martin Slms, '08-'12 C121'.. .... . Rahman. Robert Presly, '14-'16 C161'... Redding, Tom Hoyt, '23-'24 C281 ....... Reeves, Henry Lewls, '19-'20 C201' ....... Reeves, Robert Edwln, '20-'22 C221' ........ C121 .... Rehlahder, Wllllam Numa, '09-'11 Reid, Carlisle, '07-'08 C111.. .... ' ....... .. Reld, John Edwln, Jr., '21-'22 C231 ...... Rellly, Frank. Ward, '14-'19 CID1' .... . Reilly, Wllllam Irvlng, '08-'12 C121' ...... . Richards, McDowell. '17-'18 C181' ......... Robertson, Arthur Clenndenin, '15-'22 C221' ......x...... 'ffffirl' Robertson, Thomas, '18-'19 C191' ....... . .... . Robinson, Harry C., '10-'16 C161'.. Robinson, James Wllllam, '22-'24 C151'.. C281... Robinson. Wllllam Weber, '10-'15 Rolston. Ernest H., '15-'19 C191' ....... Rose, Dr. Edward, Jr., '11-'15 C151'.. Ross, Charles Craven, '22-'23 C251 .... Ross, Jack C., '06-'07 C101 .......... Rowland. Hampton, '09-'10 C111 ...... . Rubln, Phlllp, '17-'20 C221.............. Rucker, Wllllam Arnold, '19-'20 C221 ........ Rule, Elmer D., '06-'08 C081 ................. Rumple. James Malcolm, '08-'08 C111 ....... ... . . . . . . . . . . . .Falmouth, Riverview, Clty . . . . . . . . . . .Real Estate, Los Angeles, Calll' . . . .574 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Ga . ........... . . ..., . ......... Pineville, Ky . . .911 East Terrace, Clty . . . .911 East Terrace, Clty .... . . . . . . . . .Coalmont, Tenn. . ...... . . . .2004 Unlon Avenue, Clty ... . . . . . . . . .316 East Fourth Street, Clty ...... 116 Danville Avenue, Stanford, Ky ...Deacon Production Co., Zanesville, Ohlo . .. . . . . .. .1109 East Eleventh Street, Clty ....311 Green Street, Fayetteville, N. C ....South Whlte Street, Lexington, Va .. .10 Largare Street, Charleston, S. C ' '. '.'.'.'.'.'. '. '.'.'.'.'.ribi1y.Qf2.2.L1,' Mi.-Sal ....Box 513, Roswell, New Mexico ..........................Deceased ...R. F. D. No. 2, Knoxville, Tenn . . . . . . . ..... . . . .Morrlstown, Tenn. 9 UnonAvenu ..................1905UnlonAvenu e. Clty e. Clty . . . . .1004 s. eventh street, Ironton, Ohlo: . . . . 89 Wllllam Street, New York Clty. N. Y. . .1I111ii.ix'6.'isii9'i.i"rL.h'1iA5se1eQ'iilidibixief "i-553.1 .. .3100 East Thirtleth Street, East Lake, Tenn. ..............................Starkvllle, Mlss. . ..... .... . Marion Apts., Clty. Marlon Apts., Clty. . . . .90 West North Avenue, Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . . . . . .606 Woodward Avenue, Clty. . . .. .... .140 South Crest Road, Clty ..............Decherd, Tenn. .... ..................Decherd,Tenn. . ...122 North Crest Road, Clty. .........111 Chestnut Street, Wilmington, N. C. Vine Street, Clty Johns Hopklns Medical College, Baltimore. Md . ........ .....904 Oak Street, Knoxvllle, Tenn ....... 1510 Unlon Avenue, Clty. ........ 1510 Unlon Avenue,Clty Thompson Avenue, East Mission Ridge, Clty. . . . . .4723 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, La. . . . . . . . . . 1427 Unlon Avenue, Tuscaloosa. Ala. ... . . . . .. .... .. . . ...Lookout Mountaln, Tenn 318 North Fullerton Avenue, Montclair, N. J High Street,Clty .. ...R. F. D. No. z Rlnggold Ga . ..... .... . ......705 East Maln Street, Clty. .............................Althelmer, Ark. . .2401 Wilder Street, East Chattanooga, Tenn. .......... ..........RedBank Tenn . . . .38 South Broad Street, Mooresvllle, N. C. ..... ....861 Vine Street, Clty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Manchester, Rlvervlew, Clty. Unlon Avenue, Clty. .St. Andrews Apt., Apt. D, New Orleans, La. ..........................McMlnnvl1le, Tenn. ..Care Tennessee Valley Bank, Sheffield, Ala . .... . ........ .... ...Wlldw0od, Ga. . 14 Colville Street, North Chattanooga, Tenn .14 Colville Street, North Chattanooga, Tenn .. . . . .8214 Forty-sixth Street, eattle, Wash S. S. Rlchmond, Postmaster, New York Clty ....344 East Main Street, Rock Hill, S. C .. . . . . . . . . . . . .1408 Chamberlain Avenue, Clty . . . . . . . . . .No. 1 Hollywood Apts., City ................Davldson, N. C . . . .Boston Tech., Boston, Mass: ..................Fayette, Ala. ...38 South Crest Road. Clty .... 1602 Unlon Avenue, Clty ..........3s South Crest Road, Clty: .. ........... Lookout Mountain, Tenn. ....1'l26 Plne Street, Phlladelphla, Pa .............Box 183, Jackson, Tenn: ....825 Hlll Sffeet, Athens, Ga. ......... 2 Edgewater Apts., Clty. Ga. .... ......... . ........ 1 026 East Tenth Street, Clty. I I . .Care Dr. W. J. Martin, Davidson, N. C. N. Y. THE IIEQLN , use 0. :Er iv'Qo"i.sq,.,t,vcGxionwSgodpo,,40v'P' Rushton, Rushton, James Franklin, '17-'19 C195'... Rushton, William James, '15-'17 C175'... 5 Samuel, Sidney Dennin, '16-'20 C205' .... 1 Sanders, Charles Woodall, '19-'22 C235 .... Sanderson, Elroy, '05-'07 C115 ........... Sghnelder, Julian, '07-'09 C115 ........ 1 Schwartz, Bernard, '16-'23 C235' ...... Schwartz, Herman L., '05-'06 C095 ...... 1 Schwartz, Robert Morris, '16-'21 C215'.. 1 Seals, James F., '12-'14 C195 ........... I Seehorn, John Rhea, Jr., '17-'20 C205".. Seiters, Eugene, '17-'23 C235 ........... Shackelford, Frederick, '22-'24 C265 .... Shackelford, George, '05-'11 C125 ........ Silverman, Shaw, Charles New, Jr., '20-'23 C255.' .... Shelton, Clement C., '06-'09 C095' .......... Shelton, William Clarence, '15-'17 C195... Shelton, Harold T., '06-'08 C105 ......... Sherburne, Walter Bevel, '20-'21 C255... Shyer, Melville, '10-'12 C125' ........... Louis, '18-'19 C225, ....... Simmons, Alonzo R., '14-'17 C185... Simmons, Eugene, '11-'13 C135' ....... Simmons, Marlon R., '08-'13 C135'... Slmmons,.Wil1lam, '05-'09 C105 .,... Singleton, Mike. '05-'08 C105 ............. Sizer, Burnet, '11-'14 C155 ................. Smallwood, Glenn Grady, '13-'15 C155' ....... Smartt, George Madison, Jr., T10-'12 C135... Smartt, Harold R., '06-'10 C135... ...,.... . Smartt, Knox, '05-'06 C065' ..... . ........ Smith, Carl G., '06-'08 C115 ...... . . Smith, Edward, '11-'13 C165 .............. Smith, Francis, '12-'16 C185 ................ Sm'lth, Hugh H0llingSWOrth, '18-'19 C195'. . Smith, Leon Graham, '23-'24 C285 ........ Smith, Maxwell, '16-'18 C205 ........... Smith, Ralph H., '19-'20 C205' .... is Smith, Raymond L., '21-'22 C245.... X 7 Smith, Ross, '16-'19 C215 ............ .. 5 7 smith, stanfon E., '22-'24 q'245' ........ M Smith, Theodore VVelburn, '19-'20 C215 .... 1 5 Smitherman, Clarence C., '22-'23 C265 ..,. ,V L smack, Arthur L., '09-'12 C145 ........... Smock, Clyde Maurice, '18-'20 C215 ......... Snoddy, Edward Caldwell, '19-'21 C235... Snyder, Robert Wright, '10-'11 C155 ..... Speakman, Frank Gore, '15-'17 C205 .... Speakman, VVllliam Fred, '19-'21 C235... Spears, Douglas, '10-'15 C155' ........... Spears, Edward Gaines, '12-'19 C195'.. 1 Spears, William D., '19-'24 C245' ..... 3 Spencer, Ernest H., '20-'24 our .... Spivey, James Clyde, '16-'17 C175'... Spivey, Warren, '16-'17 C175' ........ Sprague, John K., '23-'24 C285 .......... Sprunt, James Dalziel, '13-'14 C155 .... Stacy, Franklin, '16-'17 C185 ........ .. Stamps, Henry Bell, '19-'20 C225 ....... Stanford, Don Leland, Jr., '20-'23 C255 .... Starkey, James Robert, '17-'23 C235' .... Stedman, James Hunt, '19-'22 C225' .... Steen, Charles Gary, '06-'07 C115 .... Stephens, Charles O., '07-'09 C125 ...... Stevens, William E., '08-'09 C135 ....... Stevenson, Litha Conrad, '12-'13 C135".. .. Steward, John Alexander, '10-'14 C145'.. Steward, Paul S., '12-'17 C175' ......... Stitt, John Cheatham, '18-'19 C235 .... Stokes, John Hall, '20-'21 C255 ....... Stone, Milton, '12-'15 C175 ............. Stoops, Harry E., '14-'19 C195' .......... Stowe, Charles Theodore, '21-'24 C245'. .. Stratton, Charles Crews, '17-'21 C215'... Strauss. Robert D., '16-'22 C235 ..... .. Strickland, Walter VV., '19-'21 C215'.. . Stuart, Stuart, Stutz, John Leighton, '22-'24 C245'. . John W., '18-'22 C225' ........ T. William, '20-'24 C255 ..... Summers, Augustus, '17-'18 C185',. Sunseri, Frank, '19-'21 C215' .......... H Sutton, Swope, Paul Leo, '19-'21 C225 ........... Luther A., '23-'24 C275 ........... Tallaferro, Gus Lafayette, '15-'19 C225 .... Tallaferro, James Hubert, '14-'18 C185'... Tallaferro, John, '05-'07 C075' ....... .. Allen, '20-l21 C215' ................. D sg . - --mg.. l 1158. Z W" 3314 Cliff Road, Birmingham, Ala. - . . . .3314 Cliff Road, Birmingham, Ala. .. ........ 3314 Cliff Road, Birmingham, Ala. 2310 Chamberlain Avenue, City. . . . . . . . . 305 Twenty-first Street, N., Nashville, Tenn. .. .Care Davis Point, Homebrook, Manitoba, Canada. ......... . .... . ........................ Dec ..........................Bird's Mill Road, . . . .Lookout Mountain, eased. City. Tenn. . . . . .Buu1"s Mill Road, City. .....................Newport, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . . .East Mission Ridge, City. 924 Laurens Street, Columbia, S. C. ,. ...... ........ 1464 Hertel Avenue, Buffalo, ..80S Mississippi Avenue, North Chattanooga, Tenn. Bluff View, City. Petersburg, Fla. Petersburg, Fla. Care Monterey Hotel, 94th and Broadway, New York. Cedar Street, Clty. . . . . . . . . .817 Elinor Street, North Chattanooga, Tenn. . . ,814 S. W. Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. ...............................Katchwood, . C. ..... .... ..............Deceased. . . . 4517 Alabama Avenue, St. Elmo, Clty. . . .' ........... 1513 Bailey Avenue, City. . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Marguerite Apts., City. . . . . . .. . ... . . .504 Fort Wood Place, City. . . ...................... Ferger Place, City. , . . .Sharon Steel Hoop Co., Lowelville, Ohio. ...,.......................Abbeville, S. C. . . . . 37 Warren Avenue, East Detroit, Mich. . . . . . .18 West Maine Street, Easley, S. C. ...........................Abbevllle, S. C. . . . . . . . . .18 West Maine Street, Easley, S, C, ....Trans. Con. Steel Co., Los Angeles, Calif. East Fourth Street, City. Mabel Street, Clty. ......................................Plckens,S.C. 611 Hanover Street, North Chattanooga, Tenn. .......................North Crest Road, Clty. .......................CareAustin Hotel, City. ............................Graysvllle, Ga. .. ...709 Henderson Avenue, H. P. Sta., City. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 East Thirteenth Street, City. . ...Care W. D. Speaks, 307 Lindsay Street, City. .......................Lumber Co., Macon, Ga. .........1408 Bailey Ave., City. . . . . . . ..... 1711 Vance Avenue, City, ..............,.............Scottsboro, Ala. ...............................Dayton, Tenn. . . . .Care Rev. C. E. Sprague, Knoxville, Tenn. ..........,..............Washington, N. C. . . . . . . . . , . .2100 Nueces Street, Austin, Tex, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Galb1'alth Springs, Tenn. .. . .Virginia Avenue, East Mission Ridge, City Ala. . ........................ . . .Corvallis, Oregon. ...1607 Age-Herald Bldg., Birmingham, Ala, Vance Avenue, City. ................................Rossville, Ga. . . . ,Dlxle Portland Cement Co., Jackson, Miss. ......................501BatteryPlace,Clty. .....................501BatteryPlace,City. ..............................Princeton, Ark. ....9 A Scott Avenue, Fort Leavenworth, Kans. . . . .Fitch-Flowers Motor Co., Montgomery, Ala. . . . . . . . . . . . .Old Dalla Road, Riverview, City. .............................Belmont, N. C. North Crest Road, City. . .... 420 Orr Street, North Chattanooga, . . . . . . . . . . . . .1140 Schofield Drive, Glendale, Washington and Lee University, Lexlngto Tenn. Calif. n Va . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1908 Chamberlain Avenue, 'Cityz . . . . . . . . .1705 McCallie Avenue, M. C. A., Bristol, . '.'.'xL.i122J w1t'c'cX.i1StJff ...1400 Dodson Ave., East Chattanooga, Clty. Tenn. ' ii. Tenn. . .McBrlen Road, East Mission Ridge, City. . . .McBrlen Road, East Mission Ridge, City. .................................Deceased. Talley, James Pleasants, '17-'21 C215' ............................. .. ........ 1516 Vance Ave., Clty. Tatum, Eugene Havron, '13-'17 C175' .................................... 1510 McCallie Avenue, City. 1 iff' 4 ' A X 7 , -:awww :ugg TS- "tx 'gt I!! itil-,"?-kc? ,gf-ff RH f . XM" I :lt Ill: lin .9 J' ,zu hy 4 L ' -qs., i"'i'er. .. ...... ' - -..ae-we-win'-v"1-'2'--M '1' Y ' . . , . . 'VE , V31 "A X .L ,X S X . ', F THE PENN N . A 4 - :filly F- , A 2 "vu QQ 1 9 2 5 'fx 1 ' 5 "f' we , " fr Elf' aqui.. musing. ' Qeeiocqszopeei' Taylor, Erasmus H, E., '13-'15 C151'. . . . . . . .... . . . . . . . . . . ....................... Morganton, N. C Taylor, Thomas Merlweather, '21-'22 C231... ...427 Lafayette Street, Jackson, Tenn. Taylor, Wllllam Sledge, '08-'10 C101'. .... .. . . . . ......... . ..... . . . . . . . .Como, Miss. Temple, Henry Fred, '12-'16 C161 .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .820 Oak Street, Clty. Temple, John Waldrop, '12-'18 C181'.. . . . . . . . . . .. ....... . . . ..., 820 Oak Street, Clty. Temple, Thomas Dlxon, '20-'21 C221 ..... .. ........ ....522 Parkway Drive, Falrfleld, Ala. Tenney, Sam McWhorter, '15-'16 C211 . . . .... ...... . ... . .. ........ . .... . . ...... Rusk, Tex. Terry, Hughes C., '16-'18 C191 ........ . ...215 Sixth Street, Louls Bldg., Pasadena, Callf. Tjach. Thomas S., '18-'23 C231' .... ....,................ 1 505 Duncan Avenue, Clty. Thatcher, Laurell, '16-'17 C201 . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... . . .27 Vlrglnia Apts., City. Thatcher, Wendell S., '16-'17 C201.... ....846 McCallie Avenue, City. Thomas, Earle H., '05-'06 ..... . . . . ..... .. . ...... .Johnson City, Tenn. Thomas, John Wlllls, Jr., '18-'23 C251 . .. . ..... . .... . . . . . . .. ................. ... . Thomas, Lavens M., Jr., '11-'14 C141'.... . ................ Lookout Mountain, Tenn. Thomas, Wllllam Nell, '10-'15 C151'..... . ...... Hlxon Plke, North Chattanooga, Tenn. Thompson, Allen Cavett, '22-'23 C231'... .. ........ .Care Millsaps College. Jackson, Miss. Thompson, Frederick N., '12-'17 C171'. .. . . . ........ . . .. . . . . . . . . .Box 414, Charlotte, N. C. Thompson, Benjamin B., '11-'12 C181 ...... ....200 Summer Street, North ghattanooga, Tenn. Thompson, Harry, '05-'07 C071' . . ..... . . . . . -.... . . . . . . . .Dlfferentlal Car Co., Findlay. Ohio. Thompson, James Cardrass, '23-'24 C291. . . . . ..... . . . . . . . .4708 Avenue N, East Lake, Tenn. Thompson, Neal L., '05-'07 C081.... .... .. ...... . ........... . ..... 1506 Bailey Avenue, City. Thompson, Sam W. L., '22-'24 C281. . ...... .. . .Mlsslsslppl Avenue, North Chattanooga, Tenn. Thompson. Wllllam E., Jr., '11-'12 C161... . ....... . .... . ...... Care. Rev. W. E. Thompson. Thorn, Robert, '16-'17 C181 . . .. .......... ... .... . . . . . .440 Riverside Drlve, New York Clty. Thurman, Wllllam Clifford, '20-'22 C231 .... Tillman, Wallace Jerome, '20-'21 C241 .... Tolleyl Joseph, '07-'09 C141 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tolley, Robert Lee, '06-'11 C111' ....... Tolly, George Fred, '19-'21 C231. ..... Tomlinson, Robert Lee, '13-'14 C171 .... Tremere, Wllllam Frazier, '19-'21 C231... Trlppe, Graham. '05-'06 C091. . . . . .... . . . . Trotter, Wllllam Henry, Jr., '12-'18 l'181'. .. Tufts, Edgar, '16-'18 f1B1'. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Tuggle, Morgan, '06-'07 C111 ..... . ....... Tuggle, Richard W., '06-'07 C111 ...... . . Turner, John Nelson, '20-'21 C211' . . . . . . . . . Tweedy, Robert H., Jr., '15-'18 C201'.... rwlnsm. John Courtney, Jr.. '11-'15 f'151".'.H Tye, Wllllam Gospsr, '20-'23 C251. . . . . . . . . Urmston, T. Harcourt, '18-'24 C241'..... Valentine, Vinton H., '06-'07 C111. . . . .. Vance. Thomas, '05-'06 C091 . . . . . . . . . . . . Varnell, Crawford, '05-'06 C091 . .... . . . . . . Vernay, Frank Stanley, Jr., '22-'23 C241... Verner, James Spencer, '20-'23 C231' .... Vldmer, Julian Richard, '10-'12 C151... Von Canon, Ollver Leon, '21-'22 C221'... Wallace, Samuel Gordon, '18-'19 C191' .... Wallace, George Wlnch, Jr., '18-'24 C241'... Walker, Wllllam Avery, '12-'13 C181 . . . . . .. Walton, Floyd A.. '20-'24 C241'. . . . . .... . Wann, Percy Calhoun, '14-'16 C161'.. Wardlaw, J. Ralph, '07-'10 C131 ....... Warner, Joseph Henry, '10-'15 C151'. . . . . Warner, Porter, Jr., '16-'21 C211'... ..... . Warren, Thomas Clifford, '20-'21 C251.... Warrenfells, Dr. Allen, '12-'13 Cl31'.... Warrenfells, Francis M., '07-'13 C131'..... Warrenfells, Percy W., '10-'15 C161' ..... Wasson, Edward Hornsby, '18-'23 C221' .... Watson, Neill Mackey, '18-'19 C221 ....... Weaver, Herbert L., '17-'18 C231 .... . .... Webb, Louls, '08-'09 C131... ...... . Webb, Robbins, '06-'07 C111. ........ Webb, Theodore Oxley, '18-'20 C201'... Well , C. C., Jr., '14-'19 C211........ Wells, Marshall, '12-'18 CIB1' .......... Wells, Walter Colln, '06-'09 C091' ........ West, George Richard, Jr., '10-'14'C141'... West, John, '12-'19 C191... ............ . West, Lyle Battey, '06-'11 C131 ..... West, Wllllam Conover, '15-'23 C231' .... Westcott, Fred Russell, '13-'17 Cl71'... Wester, Earle Nell, '05-'07 C071'.. ..... . Wheeler, Henry James, '20-'21 C211' ..... Wheeler, Wllllam Couch, '19-'20 C201'.... Wheelock, Frank Hlckam, '14-'17 C171'... Wheelock, John Neal, '19-'23 C231' ...... Wheelock, Wllllam N., '14-'18 C181' ..... Wheland, George Edward, '18-'21 C251.... Whitaker, Jack E., '18-'23 C231' ......... Whitaker, John T., '18-'23 C231'... .... White, Andrew W., '07-'09 C091' .... Whlteslde, Thomas. '07-'11 C131 ..... Wlgzell, John Henry, '20-'24 C251 ...... Wilcox. Francis Lamar, '20-'22 C241.... Wllholte, Henry P., '11-'13 C141... ..... . Wilkerson, Wlll Allen, '17-'20 C201'........ . . .Care Capt. G. ........ ..1715 Union Avenue, Clty . ............... . . ..... Valdosta, Ga ....... .........Columbla, Tenn. . . . .Manchester Avenue, Rlvervlew, Clty. .630 E. Hampton St., Anderson, S. C. ...............1001 Oak Street, Clty ........ .....Wllmore, Ky .'5o'o' 'oleic' skleei, . ity . . . . .Banner Elk, N. C . . . . .Caplevllle, . . .... .Caple-vllle, Tenn: Tenn. . . . . .CampbelIsvllle, Ky .. . . . . ..... Courtland, Ala . . . . .44 Twlnam Apts., City I .. ...... Charlottesvlll .. . . . . . . . . .Wlllla.msburg, Ky 312 Llndsa Street, Clty e, Va. .. .... . .1502 Richland Avenue, Columbia, Vldmir, War Dept., Washington, .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .2010 Chamberlain Avenue, ......................Statesvllle, . ... . .84 North Crest Road, . . .. .......... . .Route A, Sanford Fla' s. c D. c City: N. C. Clty. . '.'.'.'1'abh' iiiliali 'AKAI 'dial .................Courtland, Ala. . . . .638 South Crest Road, Clty. ... . . . .710 Battery Place, Clty. ....2001 McCallie Ave., Clty. .IIIIIIIIIIIfIIIi.EfE9etk2.I'oL.1 .. .255 South Crest Road, City .. . . . .49 Flatiron Bldg., Clty. t f . , . . . .1609 Bailey Avenue, Clty. ...........Mo1-rlstown, Tenn. . . . .2412 Duncan Avenue, Clty. ....Uni versity of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va ....University of Vlrglnla, Charlottesville, Va ............................Deceased Duncan Avenue, City .............................Deceased. . ...... ...... 6 2 Nnrth Crest Road, City ....University of South, Sewanee, Tenn. .. . .Westcott Hosiery Mill, Dalton, Ga 4617 st. Elmo Avenue, st. Elmo, Tenn' . . . .96 Porter Bldg.. Memphis, Tenn. .................Chapel Hill, N. C. .. .. ......... . . .Chapel Hlll, N. C. .Lookout Mountain, Tenn. . ........... 632 Boynton Terrace, Clty. .632 Boynton Terrace, Clty. . . . . . . . . .216 Belvlew Avenue, St. Elmo, Tenn. . .2306 Wilder Street, East Chattanooga, Tenn. . . A1214 Georgia Avenue, Clty. ............ . ..... .......Abbevllle, S. C. .. . . . .338 G. S. Vendome, Los Angeles. Calif. . . ....... . .................. Lake Charle s, La. ....1000 North Patterson Street, Valdosta, Ga. Virginia Apts., I Clty. . ..... . ..... . ...... 56 North Crest Road, Clty. St ill X iiiii 'tgp . K -K THE PEN NAN as ""-'Wwe 1 9 Q 5 " X 1 4 -4+ 1 ll.: 0,306 ' foo it eoqooiocqaiapeoiodaaa Wilkes, Albert S., Jr., '19-'23 C231' ................. University of Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tenn. Wilkes, B. Furman, '12-'16 C161' .... ....... 2 0 Exchange Place, New York City, N. Y. Wilkes, William Clay, '15-'16 C181 ........... ....... 3 099 Broadway, Apt. 165, New York City. Wilkins, Lewis A., '09-'13 C131' .............. .................. 1 613 Vance Avenue, City. Wilkinson, Edward, Jr., '21-'23 C231' .......... ...... 8 Idlewild Circle, Birmingham, Ala. Williams, Alexander Elliott, Jr., '18-'20 C211... .. ........... 425 Douglas Street, City. Williams, Charles Grady, '21-'22 C251 ......... ............. 8 0315 Central Avenue, City. Williams, Farrar, '19-'20 C251 ............... ........... 7 Cleveland Street, Dalton, Ga. YVllllams, Ralph Malcolm, '13-'17 C171' .... ...Sixth and Cedar Streets, Nashville, Tenn. Williams, Stephen Allen, Jr.. '16-'20 C211 .... ............... 1 710 Duncan Avenue, City. Williams, William Albert, Jr., '14-'18 C1,81'.. ...4027 Chevy Chase Street, Richmond, Va. Williamson, Robert White, '19-'21 C251 .... .................. 'I 1 Green Street, Gainesville, Ga. Vvllliamson, Vernon David, '22-'24 C261 ...... ................. 3 305 Avenue "L," East Lake, Tenn. 'Wllliamson, William Vardell, '20-'22 C241. . . ............ ,.... B radford Avenue, Fayetteville, N. C. Willingham, Archie C., Jr., '11-'14 C151 .... .... 1 18 North Duane Road, North Chattanooga, Tenn. Willingham, Thomas, '15-'17 C181 ........ ......................... . . .705 Battery Place, City. Willson, Ralph Hall, '18-'19 C221 ....... .................................................. Wilson, Dr. David C., '06-'09 C091'.. . ............. Clifton Springs, Va. Wilson, David G., '20-'22 C221' .... .. .... 260 Gordon Street, Atlanta, Ga. Wilson, Samuel, '05-'07 C071' ............ ..................... R lnley, Tenn. Wise, Edward D., '09-'13 C131' ............. Wise, Harry, Jr., '07-'11 C121 ......... . . . . . VVood, James Anderson Trent, '20-'24 C241' Wood, Percy H., '12-'16 C161' ............... Woods T. E. P. Jr. '21-'23 C231 ........... Woodward, R1e1Hara'Henry. Jr.. '14-'16 q'161?'.'.. Woolforcl, Rees Abeel, '18-'22 C231 ......... VVorth. David, '12-'14 C141' ................ Wotten, John Alfred, '23-'24 C24J' ..... Wright, Francis Carlton, '16"20 C231 ..... Wright, John Bryan, Jr., '19-'22 C221' ..... Wright, Seahorn Irvirvs, Jr., '11-'17 C171'.. Wright, Wallace, '10-'11 C121 ............ Yarbro, Stewart, '19-'20 C201' ......... Yankee, Murrell. '21-'23 C231' ,..... Yonan, Theodore, '19-'23 C251 .,...... Young, James Lee, Jr., '22-'23 C231'.. Yudd, Marcus VV., '07-'08 C111 ....... .. Zachary, Virgil M., '18-'19 C221 SCIIIOTS A-bernethy, Robert, '23-'25 C2512 .... ..... ...... Bashlnski, Horace, '23-'25 C251'.. Blckley, Elbert, '23-'25 C251' ..... Boone, Luther, '19-'25 C251' ........ Buford, Edmundson, '24-'25 C251'.. Buford, James, '23-'25 C251' ...... Burns, Melvin, '22-'25 C251' ..... Carson, Cal'l, '23-'25 C251'. . Caton, Frank, '24-'25 C251' .... DuPre. Banks, '24-'25 C251' . .... Edgerton, Arnold, '21-'25 C251'... Edwards, Clarence, '22-'25 C251'.. Elliot, Henry, '23-'25 C251' ...... Flowe, 1Vll1iam, '23-'25 C251".. Foust, Thomas, '20-'25 C251'.. Grady, Robert, '23-'25 C251' ..... Hall, Dawson, '23-'25 C251' ....... Hawkins, Elward, '23-'25 C251'... Hendryx,' Frank, '21-'25 C251'.. . Hope, Julian, '21-'25 C251' ..... Jenkins, Hugh, '19-'25 C251'.. Jones, Dave, '21-'25 C251' ..... King, Joe, '23-'25 C251' ...... Kipka, Edward, '24-'25 C251' .... Layson, Wallace, '23-'25 C251'... L'heureux, Paul, '19-'25 C25l'... McClure, Gervase, '24-'25 C251'.. Martin, Edward, '24-'25 C251'.. Iliarting, Frank, '21-'25 C251'.. Mood Hunter 21 25 25 " y. .' -' C 1 Murphey, Fay, '20-'25 '251'. . . Nichols, William, '23-'25 C251'.. Payne, J. P., Jr., '20-'25 C251'.. Peach, Thomas, '23-'25 C251' .... Phillips, Mallory, '22-'25 C251'.. Purse, Clifford, '19-'25 C251' .... Sims, Robert, '20-'25 C251' ..... .. Stephens, Edward, '24-'25 C251'.. Talley, Verner, Mal'k, '23-'25 C251' ...... William, '23-'25 C251'... von Tobel, William, '24-'25 C251'. . Vvalker, Thomas, '22-'25 C251'.. White, Stokes, '23-'25 C251' ...... Whitson, Pinckney, '23-'25 C2512 . . Wilson, William, '23-'25 C251' ..... .. Woodward, Edward, '23-'25 C251".. Wright, Vernon, '23-'25 C2512 ..... W JN 2715 North Ch 174 'kiiii . . . . . . . . . . .631 Vine Street, City. . . . .131 South Crest Road, Clty. ................Newport, Tenn. .. . .400 South Crest Road, City. .. .2510 Duncan Avenue, City. . . . . . . . . .552 Oak Street, City. .. . .1915 McCallie Avenue, City. ..............Union Point, Ga. Hawthorne Road, Raleigh, . . . . 216 . . . . . . .2304 Chamberlain Avenue, Care Trlon Co., Trion, Ga. N. C. City. ...............................Deceased. ............................Chatham ,Va . . . .4024 St. Elmo Avenue, St. Elmo, City. . . .1209 South Boulevard, Charlotte, N. C. . . . . . . . . . . . . .1502 Duncan Avenue, City. . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Hogshead Apts., City. . . . . . . . . . .24 Fourth Street, Bristol, Tenn of the Class of 1925 .Box 396, Lake Howard Blvd., Winter Haven, Fla .Dublln, Ga. . . . . . . . . . .224 Wood Avenue, Florence, Ala. amberlaln Avenue, East Chattanooga, Tenn. . . .48 South McLean Blvd., Memphis, Tenn. . .. . . : . . .742 Carlisle Street, Jackson, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . .H. P. Station, Route 1, City. . . . . . . . . . . .H. P. Station, Route 1, City. .........................Plnevllle, Ky . . . .405 Vvhltlock Avenue, Marietta, Ga .....................Goldsboro, . . . . . . . . .2500 Duncan Avenue, . . . . . . . . . . .De Funiak Springs, . . .46 Georgia Avenue, Concord, Poplar Street N.C City: Fla N, C City ...10s Nunn Street, Wilmington: N. C' Mabel Street, Clty ....................Evergreen, Ala . . . . . .10 Harvard Road, Atlant a, Ga . . .1520 Gervais Street, Columbia, S. C. .. . . . . . . .404 South Crest Road, City. ..........................Schlater, Miss. ......................Murfreesboro, Tenn. . . . 9 West Center Street, Mooresvllle, N. C. . . . . . . . . . . .R. F. D. No. 3, Shelbyville, Ky. ... . . . . . . . . . .1805 Woodward Avenue, City. 1606 Forty-eighth Street, East Lake, Tenn. . . . . . 171 South Broad Street, Clinton, S. C. ........................Plnevllle, Ky . . . .606 Sayre Avenue, Lexington, Ky .770 North state Street, Jackson, . .3618 Avenue "B," East Lake, . .. .1905 Union Avenue, . . .............. 213 High Street, . . . .4511 Alabama Avenue, St. Elmo, . . . . . . .103 Tenth Street, Shefheld, ...............Route 2, Rossvllle, Ga. Miss Tenn City City City . . . . .900 Church Street, Marietta, Ga .:.1502 Richland street, Columbia, . . . . . .Nashville Pike, Columbia, Tenn. S.C Norris Lane, Henderson, Ky . . . . . .1201 Chamberlain Avenue, City 69 West Depot Street, Concord, N. C . . . . .115 South Street, Talladega, Ala .. . . . . . . .119 Houston Street, Paris, Ky. ....................Quincy Fla ....B0x 256, Williamsburg, Ky: salll11Il!llIlIlll Ala. .I 'Hill !x'E.'QNN.-XXV f,Lf IIARRY IE. vox Tonm., jk. BENJAMIN L. 'I'ALLEx' Orator ancl Declaimer "Ben" Talley and Hliillyl' von Tobel were our representatives in the contests this year, and both did well. Competition was unusually keen, so we are exceedingly proud of the way in which they acquitted them- selves. Both are men of ability, and will make records for themselves in this department. I 1 1 -..-,.- ,l 75 .lt-.-,.-.. If E il 4 --- l-.X ,741 A gm, -I V 4 'T .--If .tx ,. r ,. XM '-- ' ' ' 4" -N , N- 1-:ASQ c M .xx I l in A 4 f N, N-5 x , k Q ,. , - Department Editors ..Q ,g...f.. THE IQQQNANT is , Wgxu l X., 5- 'QoaQ:.Qq..i..q,,::,,H,,,c:.:,,,,.,of"R9" I ,. TOM LITTLETON C. E. CANNON BILLY voN TOBEL . CLARENCE EDWARDS CLIFFORD PURSE . WALLACE LAYSON . 'MORRIS CALDWELL ROBERT GRADY . . The Tornado Editorial Staff ROBERT SIMS, Associate Editor . . . Exchange . A. A .... Athletic . Assistant Athletic .......Social WILLIAM ROBERTS HUGH JENKINS . . RICHARD REYNOLDS CHESTER WATKINS FAY MURPHY ...... A . Military Managerial Staff SCOTT BROWN, Business Ilflanager HUGH JENKINS, Advertising lhlanager Assistant lllanagers' Assistant Business LINN SCOFFIELD . . Editor-in-Chief . . Faculty Editor . Assistant Social . . . . . Joke . . . . Literary . . .Assistant Literary Assistant Advertising Circulation Manager LOUIS ZBINDEN . . . Assistant Circulation Reporters TOM WALKER DAVIKD LOVEMAN ROBERT TWINAM JOE GARDNER I 'kiiii is l Q- ll: 76 J-M-WWW! fgEi,Z2ll1IlilllflIl21!af l 1 l ll I Mccallieis Merry Minstrel The lX'IcCallie minstrel was staged this year in the Little Theater. lVhen the curtain was raised the minstrelers gazed out upon a crowded house. Never before has such a crowd attended the minstrel. And Why was the house crowded? Because the public knew what a treat was in store for them, and they were thoroughly familiar with the type of minstrel produced by Mr. C. E. Cannon. llflr. Cannon worked untiringly to produce such a show. To him all praise should be given. If space would permit we could praise every man individually for performing his part so wonderfully well. Each man deserves high praise, for the entire group put over the best minstrel McCallie has ever had. 6 H 178 A w,,, V gxzg., w. ww-gg wx A, -y . 1. M-4 A-GF.: .fffiiigld ssl -' I 1925 'W s THE PENNANT X W' "Q R., af ' R9 W 1 4. 9 ooq,Q eoG apeotzsnapso The G. P. S.-McCallie Hallowelen Party HERE is a sort of enchantment about Hallowe'en night, especially in a boarding school. To some of us, it is the biggest night of the school year. So it was this year. For days ahead could be seen huddled about in the halls and class- rooms little groups of boys whispering excitedly and planning for something. The minute the bell rang for dismissal in the afternoon a great caravan of boys, laden with brooms, mops, buckets, rags, soap, and countless other unnamable objects, filed down the Ridge toward the big gym, while others came from all directions, carrying fodder, pumpkins, and autumn leaves. What was it all about? Why were those boys with brooms so cheerful and eager to Work? That is no mystery at all. Had the students not been called together and told that they were to have a party, a party where there would be plenty to eat, plenty of spooks, and-here solves the mystery-plenty of girls for everybody? The night was ideal. There was that kind of cold, misty rain that delights the heart of a ghost, and the air was truly filled with "spirits" that night. The gym, when we pulled back the big doors and walked in, was indeed a picture We long will remember, with its bright-eyed pumpkin faces, great banks of fodder and autumn leaves, and its bright splashes of red and yellow and green and purple G. P. S. uniforms moving about in the soft light. A delightful program had been arranged by the G. P. S. Glee Club and by the different dormitorie-s of McCallie, which was enjoyed all the more because we were allowed to si tllat on thefloor. Sitting on the floor, by the Way, has more advantages than just the comfort of the thing, for who can sit beside a girl, perhaps between two girls, and not become acquainted thoroughly? It is a wonderful way to "break the ice." After the program the doors were thrown open and most beautiful bathrobe- bedecked May Queen McCroskey was wafted in, mounted on her chariot, a wheel- barrow. Following this stately chariot came the attendants to the queen, also in lovely flowing robes, strewing bright-colored autumn leaves. It was an impressive sight, and, needless to say, carried away the prize. After this, Professor asked that all lights be turned out, and, in the shadow of a big pumpkin face, concluded the party with one of his blood-curdling ghost tales. I 0 IRI 4 Q A 182 F.-XC L' LTY OF THE LADIES H l - 'UlI1'iiIJ1QD'.IT' X Z A, ik 5 . Mi... . 1..- . . . . . I' f. .. : f, Y' E' . Vu' "Y i ,..,., ..i.A,,,,p.f.. '4 M. i- -'-' f '-wmmu'+-.--- Calendar i l SEPTEMBER 30-Third team beats City, rz to o. "Those l ro-Back at labor again. Teachers give lots mspecmmsl i of lessons in fifteen minutes. Even have drill. Mr. "Mac" in his glory. rl-Doctor tells us how to sit. Battalion ' tunes up for "perade." Physical exams. rz-Much big "perade." "El Commandante' wears "straight jacket." 13-Uniform measurements and tennis tour- nament startg clock stops. I7-NCW students finish buying radiator priv- ileges-doctor leaves. 19-Big pep meeting. "Get the McCallie spirit." 22-"Doc" Bibb tests to see if we all left our hearts behind us. 25-Oculist outg we all get out of study hall. 27'-'WC whip Marietta, zo to o. 291FCSS and Tommy appear wearing eye- S shades. "Hot dawg!" Wi OCTOBER. ' X 2-All out for fair-just fair. 3-First issue of Tornado. We beat Rhea High 3 to o. Cory gets last haircut of season. 6-Mr. Woods organizes liipper club. Mr. Devine will give lessons in "sheiking." 8-Jolly passes out in drill. Io-Mr. Lacy renders a solo in chapel in his wonderful "naritone" voice. x3-We lose to Knoxville-scrappy game. 14-Woe to the William Tell who doesn't do homage to Mr. "Mads" new cap. zo-Mince pie in cafeteria. McCallie's army charges up Missionary Ridge, prize gun captured. 24-Beat Bradley, 31 to o. Runt Marshall "runs wild." 25-Last Saturday in the month-James K. bathes. I, 26-Sunday, ice cream. 27-Fessor takes a trip into the wilds of "Murfesboro" and reports that Butler is a fair specimen of the natives. 28-The trusty Ford carries the "Three Mos- quitoes" out to sheik. 29-Steele is not conceited-he just used glue for tooth paste and is slightly stuck up. gr-Big pep meeting. Dormitory party. Whee! Boys stay up till ro o'clock! NOVEMBER. -Lost to City, 6 to 0. 2-More ice cream. 3-Blue-bluer-bluest Monday. 4-Mr. Woods gives The Commandants five for failure to turn in uniform admit slip. 5-"Getting right" for T. M. I. A 7-T. M. I. cops victory by three-point mar- gin. Good game. -Armistice Day! Who won the war? First battle in Twinam-Loganic wars, Tw1nam's tenth legion saves the day. 13-Big pep meeting for the Darlington game. I4-WC win from Darlington to the tune of 23 to o. Team lose their hearts to Shorter. 18-The old spirit is booming. Bellhops tremble. zr-Talk by Pop Conway brings team to the scratch. zz-Baylor wins, 3 to o. 23-Discipline committee urges vacation on some of us. All boys campused. Palace and Cafe fail. 25-Concrete give: way before steel. Fessor has bandaged head. Nice shot, Mrs. Mc- Callie! 27-Thanksgiving-big day. Turkey up for first round. 28-Boys draw decision over turkey in second round. 29-Turkey hash and soup. Turkey takes the count. DECEMBER. -Leach misplaces soapbox. Borrows Layson's-says it is much better. 5-Bobbie's dog is missing-sausage for breakfast. 8-Jones, D., receives a pair of shoes by freight 5 charges, Sr r .69. 9-Between missions and helping Santa Claus, we stay broke. rr-Curtis and Rowland play hide and seek in Jones' boots. e ---wel, I 'mi IM , i. N X ul. ry?g f +-1 ,, I 5 F11 3 I-" ,U E 2 E . U1 0 z 2 5 X .s it .4.i5Zg If W lf V ,.-, lx x V7 5 1 l I Ss i Q' :Ll s I s ora., ff 2, ' iff T H E P E N N A N T 1 "mr .fy 1 9 Q 5 'M vi e ' .0-' ' -. gg, a- Q... -lu K . . -.uufgswe -.g . .3 . f-..,.- .o. -Mr. Whittly pays us a visit. -Packing up-"getting right." Just twen- ty-four hours. -Hence, loathed melancholy! Home, .vfwfret home! JANUARY, '25. Hence, vain, deluding joys! Back to the dear old institute. Chapel "shined" up. Shag reported married. Poor girl! -First week, may they all pass as easily. Review for exams startsg review at the Palace stops. -Steele combs his hair. -Marshall and Cory wear uniforms for a change. -No drill today fSaturdayJ. -Cop seen on the horizon! Many repent. -History repeats itself-Fessor gives 'tBoss Johnson." -Big senate meeting on Honor System. Exams are here-we hope they won't stay. -Watch out, women-cits permission in dormitory. -Exams. -Ditto. -More exams. -More ditto. FEBRUARY. -Morning after the night before. -Back at the old grind. Mr. Thomason springs compulsory athletics. -First call for track. -Extravagance. Leach buys all-day suck- er at 4 p. m. -Oh, Min! -Chester makes the hundred in ten flat- feet. -Grady has fever blister. Poor girls! -Jones, D., spends a nickel. -just ninety days more of famine-then the plenty. MARCH. -March and Mr. Woods come in like the old lion. -March winds blow-ditto Whitson, C. Io-Mr. Harris announces he is not kin to the "Harris triplets"-Dumb, Sleepy, and Pee-Wee. -First tennis of the season. Courts in good shape. Rabe not so. -Prince Verner is leading man in the Mc- Callie movies. Mi?-? 1 .,,,.-mf "Quin 1 in-'H'-1 -' I , 31-March goes out like a lamb-Mr. Woods still with us. it APRIL. 5 3 3-VVhole school starts to learn the Ten l Commandments word perfect. 1 6-Tennis tournament starts. 5 Io-Calling permission for the dormitory , boys. 4 I6-Spring is here, with all its charmsg so , ,, ft is Hawkins. 1 I 23iStlld9IltS show they are strong for night 5 study hall by eating onions. 1 27-If April showers bring May flowers, and we say it with flowers, we'll yell our in heads off. l l MAY. i l I-Home stretchg now for the sprint. l 6-A. B. C. D. Jones that day. 11-Longer as the days go by. E 13-Reviews start. I l 18-14,400 more minutes. l I 22-Cits permission for dormitory boys. Senior exams. lklany decide to return A next year. , 24-Baccalaureate sermon. Qld! 25-Commencement starts. Lots of alumni I A here. In '53 26-Welre going. A! 'N 27-Going. l i 28-GONE. 1 i P i l! l l i l 1 l l I l l --A ---. .ww .xx tem MA--+f3ll '86 i? M "'M'iM'w'M":1R mi f.--'---- V i l' ez' uv -v 1. - 'fa I , . . ww.: f":-ff N Wa. Miv ,3gg,,g'i , f1m-w2.i.:.f--- o y .. ,,, i . v I I I V ,S THE PENNANT , "hi, 1 9 2 5 . vii. :F "Q"Q:..q.::,.p-o::2"""fo ' after eleven. They were carrying on they ' usual line of conversation: ' " "Does um li'l boy loves his li'l girl ?" "Oo knows I does." Suddenly father's voice is heard from the next room: p "Say, does um li'l boy know how Ito tell ,time yet P" u a s g Sarah: "He wore my photograph over his l is Mr. Woods:"'Pretty, isn't it?" 1' you to put that paper on the wall ?" X Decorator: "Your wife, sir." Mr. Woods: "Pertty, isn't it?" ' Ill "Would you wear a rented bathing suit?" "It depends on where the rent was." l I I I kissed her-that is, tried to, But she swiftly changed her pose: And though I aimed to kiss her lips, It landed on her nose. V one A Helen: "I was so confused. I don't know how many times he kissed me." Jane: "Wl1at? With it going on right under your nose P" ' ' I U l Fair: "Jack always was a bad egg, but heart, and it stopped' the bullet." Ed: "Pm not surprisedg it would stop a clock." e es l Mr. Woods: "Who defeated the Israelites P" Edmonson Ccoming out of a day dreamjz "I don't know. I don't follow any of these bush league teams." . s e as n . gl W She: "Sid, I said you could kiss me only once!" Abernathy: "B-b-but, d-d-dearie, y-you know how I st-t-tutter." ' I v no one seemed to notice it while he was rich." Fairer: "Yes, he wa all right until he was broke." I l I ' 'I Watkins was seated with her in the parlor. fit' f ' The hands of the clock pointed to a quarter g Zyl? ' 1, 15 ' l . .,,:. Ikea..- '87 Liam-. SY S a L asm.. fl .- 5 ' ...fd .1 I l X! Vlrl X ,V with W X l. I L . l 'ie' ' - I V., 11216 lg g s THE PENNANT , , c l W5 - 1925 1 My Wool uf V .Mn3"iooqoiapwS5'oUDoD Lg ' Kitchings: "Are you going to the dance W tonight?" X Graves: "I haven't got a date." l "Did you hear about the senate firing 1 Bill?" "Nog why ?" I 'tThey caught him looking out of the win- dow on the night of the astronomy exam." If as 4+ Drunk: f'Do you know Bill jones?" Drunker: "Whash hiss name?" Drunk: "Who?" ,K ,K 4, Many a truth has been uttered through false teeth. ,,, , 4, They met on the bridge at midnight, They shall never meet againg For she was an eastbound cow, And he was a west-bound train. if as 4 Kitchings: "That is all rightg go as a 4 stag." x W M Graves: 'tOh, is it a masquerade P" it -It if "It simply isn't done, you know," quoth VVallace, as he cut into the McCallie sirloin. "Oh, Figs!" ejaculated the commandant. "VVhy can't you be more careful? You should e ---'- it have addressed this letter to the intelligence oflicer, and you've gone and addressed it to the intelligent oflicer. Don't you know there is no such othcer ?" an an as 'tThose guys have a mean line," murmured little George Washington, after he had inter- viewed Mason and Dixon. -JF if -it Bickley: "My sister is coming out this spring." Leach: "What was she sent up for?" 'I il 1 The most disappointed Hebrews were Shadrach, Meshak, and Abednego, when they went through a Ere and didn't get the insurance. 4+ uf as Wallace: 'fHelen's hair 'is a crown of glory." john: "Yes, and every night she abdicatesf' 'kiiii H ,xi f f., -V ss X, warg.. alll xvl, Er jffl'-I "JV, 'iii llllllillii ' ,ri f4f"f ll' tml 'W gy I XV V. ,I V ,4 V r3."'7 T n THE PENNANT a X 1 - , XQS Wigs' I Y K Y x ,, ,4.,. g .44 .qs bla , M I" 'q"'i,,q..2,,q,::,,D,.,:5,apeuf' . 'WI like to hit myself on the head with a ham- FAMoUs LAST Sriaacl-ms "Speed upfyou can beat the train to the crossing." "Go on, pull the trigger-it's not loaded." "Lend me a match-I think I am out of gamut "Yes, I'm sure this is a dead wire." "Aw, be a sport-they can't ship us for that." ' The only diierence between a locomotive and Carter is that a locomotive has a head- light and Carter has a light head. D I l There was once a cadet named Bashinski, Who was neither fat nor thinskyg Once when in distress He made a mattress By cutting the beard from his chinsky. C l I Plump Melba: "Did you know that Grady tried to put his arms around me twice last mer," Little Cabel said to his popg "The reason I like to do it so well is that It feels so good when I stop." I I I ' - Cap: "I'll marry you on one condition." Von: "Oh, that's all right. I entered Mc- Callie on four." A s o s Betty: "I know why you part your hair in the middle." , Harris J.: "You do? Why P" Betty: "Because every block has sn alley, you know." I C I I took her riding-she was a little angel, and she, walked back. I took her boat riding-she was a little angel and swam back. ' I took her aeroplane riding-she was a little angel, but she didn't ily back. o s s A synonym is a word you use when you can't spell the other one. night?" Girl Friend: "I did not know that he had such long arms." , Q ' 189 X 1 ik t Q t IT A 5 fmfmki 3 . IC-W' .ff ' -.,. flllllllllll a I " 'M I ' X' 4 Egqrjfdiii I ' 190 THE PENNAN .ji I I, - -- 1-'qv' rx- -S. ii :xiii 1 tl 'H' 3 Qiflgg-'--'A'-"'w'm l 'L I Qgg Locic PROF. Robf. HRDQ., av D., Q.S.Tf msrnucro Q I IN 'rv-:LQ-pw Nichols, VV.: "I like to he alone with my thoughts." Nancy: "I7on't you get lonsome some- times?" if as at Chapel Speaker: "VVhat is it a sign of when a hoy never passes anything?" Leaeh fhrightlyl: "Poor tahle manners." an if as It's easy enough to he pleasant In a coupe, all warm and jollyg But the girl worth while ls the one who van smile VVhen you're taking her home in a trolley. at at ae just heeause a girl laughs at your jokes, it's no sign they are funny-she may have pretty teeth. at an as Ike, -lr.: "Papa, give me a niekel for an ive eream fone. I'm so warm now." Ike, Sr.: "Come to papa, lkey, and I tell you some ghost stories whieh make your hlood run Cold." 'I'eaeher: "Name the seasons." Student: an as an "Pepper, salt, vinegar, mustard." IQI ul 1 y- Q W I li' 'Q xXT-. , X ,fa lx gy li' . V 7 -qiwly J ,ll all vi -X-My 14, 3, J. ..llIA!iEl A s.. UQ .X f Xly,-f VVe go to McCallie to improve our facul- ties. Our instructors are our faculties. Therefore, we go to McCallie to improve our instructors. Mef'roskey: "VVhy did you elose your eyes when I kissed you?', Not So I'gly: 'tliecause I thought I was in heaven--and who ever heard of a red-head- ed angel P" as exe as VVotton: "I have a cold in my head." Cassel: "VVell, thzltfs something, anyway." Mrs. Nlefroskeyi "Now, Tommy, if you put this wedding rake under your pillow, what you dream will come true." Bacchus: "VVhy can't I eat the Cake and put the pillow over my stomach?" .amos Nor Toom- ACHE- Bur "CL a mAx'iCHE j 'g-:ef HOLDS THE y . STATE RECORD FOR NEVER MISSING? J 9 3 J I en If ig? fr! an f Y as ' aa X 0 .fan ,I 1 zigg- da 4 IW 22' X wf ,CQ gqz. .4 ,lim me wifi, .U1"'lZ'!l'7' 4 fJ...--- . .af " EQ :EES-:E-'3iw:12Ei,G5f' -M, 'rs' 2gllr1""1: 'W -ff K nt-f f 'K :el-' ..-. -19, 9 ' :X-33? Int.: V Y Nf 34:31-:igr-zzz..-W . ffl' X l. NS fe QPF, . 9 N .- 'Ss I f ui. I m 'H 3,-'ez I 3, I., 1 . f 'sf' v ' . SNL E ,rs , N f Ev xx! 1 Ii, lv? V It 2 1 uf rr ll C 1 . ,G x 3 , .X vie -2f?1"2f-- , .p1::':In-- f'.,:LQ.- ,ff 2 .2-SE. Y22. ' --if-T! Q-gsggi Zigi Sap. I., If S4 f I ,J f ' ,251 u? 4 ,'iz.Ix,I ' :?'jfiiq,'-:,..' 541, ' "' . .'x,f ,5,f'e4f:2l .Vi " H 11,111 -1351 L A-,. Zgnl -I er 1-fe '51 ., J' " - ' ."f4+- V r 7f1...L""""'14liL.... ,1 ' .,,. 9 H ,I zillfgg f 5, , --' - ' 'w' 15' r -i 4 'WW ' , i"f-W'-4-W" inf" ',w""7"" A -L e sfo or :QW 'we .iii Speaker in Chapel: 'LI began lifelas a bare- foot boy." Mutter from Whitson: "I wasn't born with boots on, either." I l' F T. Hook: "Tell me a story, Uncle Park." Doctor: "What kind of a story would you like?" T Hook' 'One about a little boy who had a kind uncle who gave him 25 cents. Y Mr Venable What is found in sea water beside chloride of iodine? Jones, D Herring, sir Mr Wren Grady, what was Lmcolns Gettysburg address? Grady Oh sir I thought he lived in Washington You sure can dance She Oh yes I love to Then we ll love ! D30 Y . e'q" onGoio'D0'i"dDooW0 THE PENNANT as X O-nU'Z Q Dr. McCallie: 'Can you suggest any means whereby I may improve my lectures P" Cadet fin rearjz "Have you tried selling them as lullabies?" af o Q Mrs. Leach fproudlyl: "This is my son, john, Mrs. Smith. Isn't he a bright little fellow?" - John Caccustomed to being shown off in publicjz "What was that clever thing I said yesterday, mother ?" an -nf an Old Lady Qto man who has just had both legs amputatedjz "How are you today, my good man ?" Man: "Oh, I guess I can't kick." iii' "What is the difference between a modern and an old-fashioned kiss?" V "About five minutes." ll! ' Little Willie: "Does father like to see you play football, uncle?" Rich Uncle: "What an ideal I don't play football." X Little Willie: "Well, I heard father say that whenever you kicked off he'd quit work- mg." I 2 Wil ' -sa 'ix 1 X 1925 E B Y' ffwwf l m He: "U 3: , HJH , k P. ' I 9 I U fi s,Qlgqgln1lIllp4q-.Q,,f 1 ' ' L wilt Z in l . x r MQQR .5 i 21 S 75 .. S., fr . X' 'Qhituqego 4 A 1925, :W Il I r h y h l 1 New Student: "I want to get my uniform, Mr. Divine: "What plants flourish in ex- , please." cessive heat?" ' Sergeant Hamilton: "All rightg how will Skipper: "Ice plants." you have it-too large or too small?" , o n Q ' S Z ' ' ' Krouuse: "I-Iellol Is this information?" , Mr. Brown: "Heat expands and cold con- Voice: "Yes." l Q tracts. Give me an example." ' Krouse: "What's good for a cold ?" ' Layson: "In summer the days are very long, 4 s s n while in winter 'heb' af' 'hor'-n "Oscar and Mr. Graves are pretty thick, ' ' " aren't they?" Doctor "Mac": "Can anyone tell what "Yes, both of them are." makes the tower of Pisa lean ?" ' " " Rabe: "I don't know, or I would take "That's a crumby joke," said Leach, as I some myself." Grimes passed over the empty bread plate. s "" - sssss W - ...., ,in n g '93 M- F-M X W . 'ef no wi -.. ' ,605-s x .1 Y vi, XII , :M Ll I MR'-. ggi- , iv i qi t JV ,X NE F..-QI-Im 'I gill WU Umff.wC,f xgllsgyg Mi, . i I .ff ' ...f14"F THE PENNANT ns- Q raw - -K -X v'u 33 n ...A , , G g, X -1 ff 4- ff X :w.....i,ywcg! S lQ,,131e,pg?rglQy. ,.... 2.5 R g I :ag-.r,1m,,.'f as 's se W-1-QQ-' jj .M THE PENN N 1 92 5 ar m, a on 'q" ooqo2o,,oo::S'dp 5. .1 .w..e..,,. L. Just because he is an osteopath is no sign he is always pulling bones. -na.-xl.. f mar -e - , fsafir- f 'Gnu QS il' 1' if A, senior stood on the railroad tra A train was coming fast: The train got off the railroad track, And let the senior past. 4 fl' -Y ck, Hopeful lover the phonel : "What time are you expecting me?" She ficilyl: "I am not expecting all." Hopeful: "Then I'll surprise you." af an an She: "Do you think you could learn me? n' you at to love Cadet: "I might. I passed English Lit." , 1 1 'R "Mine is no idle tale," said the he grabbed ankles again. ,wwrw rat, as V - - - -"e g .. l First Freshman: "It looks like rain." V N 3 . . if . .QQ-,Q?f, Second Freshman: "What looks like ram ?" I First Freshman: "Water." I ' I li , -4 li . H ,.,,.W,,,,,,,, ,. ...af , 1. s,,,,..xe,,,,W.M. ,.,M. 3 Mr. McM1ll1an: How do you know Chau- - ie., V - Gif? 1551? 'ff-T.: N3-'L-' II cer dictated to a stenographer ?" ' if g . ' ff? f :I 25+ if il ' fads - 1 53 McCroskey. "Just look at the spelling!" gs? ' " ' ' fi' . f'i1 r'?r":" I 513: XIV: -2 'ff-il' if,-'F' . ' i'2' if ' 325. I' I., . wx 1. Martin: "M roommate doesn't smoke y ' ..ss gigig5s,13.islQ-3 .p,f.,ef-I-wish gin- , 42, sy Q , L. Swear, Or drmk-" if? . :ZS fx L. " f" .' uf. 7' "Red Nose" Verner: "Does he make all lm if 'W as an an ' -is 5 55.1 I 5fLi'1995f'MLfi F" "!."'-'sE??3.- liifiiiifcfmgigim '.'1.'H-Iliff iz L... T 531 zum?-as ... Q5-':fy. 141115 f. 'mgflylgi f-.,... wsu. e . The dumbest rat on the campus thinks that 55553,SEG,g,,.,?gf,,,fg5ggxggM,n,i . ---i.- automobiles come from China because they g,, Egg2'2lig255,i!gl?igi, ,:- '51 4" Vf' ., . J ' ' . . 'Qii2'1s3'f5 :':':1if : : 5f.!ffQT go uH0nk! Honky: ' EQHRESHWES cefilliuifyn' faffgpgdiffw . .. fa, -. -. ' -v M. .. anglais'-f ,fs . .lilaliliiiiiim 2.5if:i'gf,lgX FS wflwsy as ' " ' 3 was se will . 1?ia'kff . .is-Si sswsailvl W-f'f:??,ff6'. Leach: '4Mother, may I have a nickel for an old man who is outside crying?" 159.55535 'gymig - -- .L Mother: "Yes, dear: but what is the old' ling gi , fe r . x man cryin g ?" A Iliff! Leach: "He's crying, 'Salted peanuts, five Qw..:,,,5,5,5'..,N.' . .. .W g, CBIIIS 3 bag il H -5ZFif"'1f wx ssawelaia -. f5'.1ss3S"i 7 3I'f-W! ' F' Q . , Lf, ' x 'Al iii" 1 l I 'l 'l' i 'H i V A J 4 . . by mga! I In sm rf A .N ,QN . ,fl cj., , w l l l mil' ,fgcrvrfgx xl? bmi: " ir' lf. IW: - 2 +L :. J' Ill-I I cm -axl Z . ,,,, 1, E, ,,,,g.- ' I: , . vp V ,fl -I ,x. ' , 5 ' '1 . Wy? x ' 9 Aa, EQ, THE PENNANT X 553' 1 9 2 5 Q23 MAE,-.N '5' -'QQ-4t..q.c.s...:o::-sPf'g'wf ' Mary: "I like your cigarette holder." Littleton: "But you know I never use one." Mary: "Don't be so dense." In s s Sarah: "When someone kisses me I feel as though I had been struck a blow." Twinam: "So you turn the other cheek ?" Sarah: "No, I return blow for blow." Bobby: "Let's fight." I C I Brandon is pretty, Brandon is sweet- He looks so little, But you should see him eat. Q e e o We know a girl who is so 'red-headed that she uses rouge for an eyebrow pencil. It was a dark night. Rabe was riding a bicycle with no lamp. He came 'to a cross- road, and 'did not know which way to turn. Through the gloom he saw a sign post. He felt in his pocket for s match. He found but one. Climbing to the top of the pole, he lit the match carefully, and in the ensuing glim- mer read: "Wet paint." e s Q Boy Scout Qto old ladyj: "May I accom- pany you across the street P" Old Lady: "Certainly, sonny. How long have you been waiting here for someone to take you across?" s s s People that live in glass houses should have stained glass. '95 S vfwF5N,3i' i "1 fic, A , . f iw ltllffflfflfl l .1, gm. X' ff 12,,v,-ear if 4 1925 I, oqo. e 9427009 ' , THE PENNANT . :: , L . 5 In oq" ooQoiapooi'dD I 1 l N I 3 ez M The only two who can live as cheaply as one are a flea and a dog. if if 4+ Mr. Hope: "Well, son, I hope you occupy a good place in your Civics class." Julian: "Yes, sir-right by the window." an if as He: "May I kiss you on the forehead ?" She: "Not unless you want a bang in the mouth." 'F il if Jones, D., looked up his family tree and was hit in the eye with a cocoanut. an au nf Wise: "Why do blushes creep over girls' faces?" Wiser: "Because if they ran they would kick up too much dust." Whitson: "When I marry I am going to get a girl who can take a joke." Lampton: "That,s no confession." if ii -K' When the donkey saw the zebra, He began to switch his tail: "Well, I never," was his comment, "There's a mule that's been in jail." if -I' if Student: "You remember telling us that you shot tigers in South Africa? Well, I ead here that there are no tigers there." Professor: "Quite right, quite right, I killed them all." an an an The executive committee favored the pur- chase :of a chandelier. Doctor opposed it. He said: "Well, I don't want to be stubborn, but who can play it after we get it P" 4 196 , H gf M ,, ..f y -"' - l I i ll ll fl W-, ',,.z: ll' ll I l l I I is l ll l I l I. ,gl ill ,I I A I ' I. ill lil Ill' .1 ill All l JI ,M A lvl 5, ll l rxxlwqr if A ly? A vi ,Pl 1'l , , 1 l I il 1 'l 'r 1 l I e 1 ll Ml 1 li 4 'I , 1. 5 'S I A l S ll I 1, l ? 1 I A I r I li 'Ali 743- 0,16 l ..,o5 THEPENNANT Qgxwhmb 5,5 19 Q 5 -fiG'g',. 'A M' "M .xwexi L .J 'if I "-euirgeftiv " fu r "I am going down to get Mr. Hamilton's goat," uttered Leach as he rushed down to Sunday dinner. an an if rem Roberts, VV.: "VVhat is the idea of carry- ing an apple to your date?" Mr. Kitchings: "VVell, you see, my date is with the doct0r's wife." an if Af I Voice Over the Phone: I'Are you the lady l that washes P" X X, W 4iN0.xy V. U. T. P. fLeachl: "You dirty thing!" me Af A+ Oscar: "You know they've got a town in Massachusetts named after me." Foley: HI don't know what it is, hut it must he Marblehead." SHE LOVE MCCALLIE n 0 SHE-5' PRESENT ARMS AND s FALL INI' wnv, WHATIS THAT? ' "Doc" liilmlm: 'WVell, what seems to he the matter?" A. li. C. D. jones: "If I tell you will it be halluf price?" at as Ae Leach: "Something is preying on Uscar's mind." jones: "Don't worryg it will die of starva- tion." Af Af if A goat ate all our other jokes, And then began to rung "I cannot stop," he softly said, "I :nn so full of fun." at er Af It has hcen said that A. B. C. D. jones can stretch a dollar so far that it will make the eagle look like a stork. N -all 197 TQ 'ws as ITT A ,,,. 1 e"' p' ?mMWmk32f wi law -' ,H ,, . , - , - ig lfli.TxN:XTXl M K is XX: l x if of 5 l VI' X5 r5?,,,,,.,, , i i l JJ , li Y H i - WINHM. v' RX 5 l it Ill! ,Q il, , as l Q ,V .154 'qu si X rnlii ,' i"ll'7' f Wi: T lNYl CLOSE HARN Roberts, VV., was very interested in Physics class. Mr. Brown, seeing this, asked Roberts several questions. "How," asked Mr. Brown, 'iwould you tell the height of a tower by means of a barom- eter?" Roberts, W.: "l'd lower the barometer from the top and measure the rope." an are 4+ Ask "Bud" Caldwell if he has learned to send off a telegram. as sv + Nichols, E., was a very bashful chap- She'll go with him no moreg For when he paddled their canoe, He only hugged the shore. as as an Garrison Cacting sentinel on the drill fieldl : "Halt! who's there?" Timid Voice: 'tNobody." Garrison fto himselfj: 'AThat's funny- I'd have sworn I heard someone." 198 ., , 5. . -., Mr. McMillan: 'tFoley, why did you slip out of drill?" Foley: "I was tired, sir." Mr. M.: t'Well, I'll give you arrest." ak at ek Mr. Thomason Con phonel: "Is this the consolidated ticket office?" Voice Cover phonej: t'Yes." i Mr. T.: 'tVVell, reserve me an upper and Il lower berth for Knoxville tonight. fChang- ing his tone.j And say, make this as near the ladies' dressing room as possible." if is se What could he finer Than to go to Carolina All alone with him, Who, of course, is Caldwell, M.? 1 N ,m,,,N -f , Var- -i' fm HQV7 Q- 1 lf ' X S y ' ali Q X lil l Sl llfa If ii x -1 E 1 W - 5 .1 t . X, 5 .qtfiiiilixxii ix. Q ,I 4 r ,.:"vffff' f'5 'limi f wazhf BOB TWINRM- xr! WlLLIE'5 BASE: BURNER ' ' 'U-1' H112-Xi-' s ww.. ' -Q! RETAIL MERCHANTS S. T. Ed W. A. Deweese Davidson Clothing Company Edwards Ed Lebron W. F. Fisher Brothers Meyer Leach Jewelry Company Prater Palmer Hardware Company Dr. J. L. Bibb Hardie E3 Caudle Harris E99 Hogshead D. B. Loveman E6 Company Tay1or's Style Shop Rogers Baily Hardware Co. 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THE UNIVERSITY OF CHATTANOOGA Invites You Because of High Standards, Strong Faculty, Unusua7Equi15ment, Successful Student Activities ARLO AYRES BROWN President NICE AN KLES Become Beautiful Ankles When They Wear Arrowhead Ankle-Clinging Hosiery Women who are parlicular to "count the coal" have found in ARROWHEAD ANKLE.-CLINCING HOSIERY a pleas- ing combination of beauty, smarlness. and genuine economy. Men find ARROWHEAD socks lo be trim and smart in appearance, Marathon- like in wearing quality and economical in the "long run." RiCI'lITlOI'ld Hosiery ROSSVILLE, Gsoncnl QASEEMEQI E GAGER LIME Ed MFG. CO. 921 JAMES BUILDING CHATTANOOGA TENNESSEE COMPLIMENTS OF SOUTHERN SADDLERY COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF Puttees, Sam Brown Belts, and Leather Equipment CHATTANOOGA, TENN COMPLIMENTS OF Silherman-Bloch Company "The House of Sweets" CHATTANOOC-A, TENN. SOUTHERN AD COMPANY Signs of All Kinds 622W MARKET ST. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. DR. R. A. 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VVhltman Gr Norris Candles, Drugs, Tollot ' zl w Artic-les, Clgars, and Maga ne. Phone F. 19 4700 St. Elmo Ave. . A. ship, ef son THE HANDY STORE STOVALL HARDWARE CO. SHELF AND HEAVY HARDIYARE Phones W. 6700-6701 906 Market Si Clluftmmoga, Tenn. NEW BOOKS By Zane Gr:-y, Dell, Seltzer, and sc-ores of 0 h p stan, othe-r pupulzu' authors, 7 c eac , 0 prepaid. For llst send to STAPP'S BOOK SHOP 23 E. Seventh Sf. S. S. SCOTT FANCY GROCERIES Comer Dudds and Duncan Avenue Phone Hemlock 2429 FARRAR Es? CO. Real Estate Rents BEST AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE IZ East Eleventh Street Telephone Main 3009 SCRUGGS BROS. BAKERS CENTRAL MARKET HOUSE CHATTANOOGA, TENN. HANDLY MEEK fo? CO4 "Business Built on Quality COMPLIMENTS OF and Service" DAIRY Exclusive Distributors of PRATT LEWIS CALIFORNIA CANNED GOODS AND GE- NEVA PRESERVING CO.'S NEW YORK STATE CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. I THE McCallie School ON BATTLEFIELD OF MIssloNARY RIDGE CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Founded by Rev. T. H. McCallie, D.D. WE BELIEVE IN OUR STU- DENTS. THEY ARE THE BEST ADVERTISEMENT Mc- CALLIE HAS. THAT'S WHY WE ADVERTISE IN THEIR ANNUAL. W FOR ATTRACTIVELY ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE APPLY TO HEADMASTERS 1. P. MCCALLIE., M.A., Ph.D., Universiay of Virginia And S. MCCALLIE, M.A. FIRESTONE AND GOODYEAR TIRES That Good Gulf Gasoline and Supreme Auto Oils Filling and Service Station KNOEDLER AND MEREDITH SEVENTH AND CHESTNUT STS. MAIN 519 STUDY SHORTHAND NEXT SUMMER. IT WILL HELP YOU IN COLLEGE. The Mountain City Business College ROY E. MCKENZIE, President TIMES BUILDING CHATTANOOGA, TENN COMPLIMENTS or A FRIEND F IREPROOF STORAGE CENTRAL GARAGE 917 and 921 Carter Street Tires, Gas, Oils, Cars Washed, and Crank Case Service PHONES M. 474 AND 2798 HOTEL PATTEN CHATTANOOGAS LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE HOTEL Headquarters for McCallie Students JOHN LOVELL, Manager JACOB REED'S SONS PHILADELPHIA FOUNDED 1824 BY JACOB REED Oldest Uniform Manufacturing House in the United States Students of the Leading Military Schools and Colleges in this country are outfitted in Reed's Uniforms. The Uniforms worn by the Students of "IVIcCaIlie School" are finished examples of the quality, finish and workmanship of Reed's productions. JACOB REED'S SONS l424-I426 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA COMPLIMENTS OF CLAUDE TOMLINSON, TOMLINSON DRUG. CO. ROSSVILLE, GA. J. E. SNODGRASS, EAST LAKE DRUG CO. EAST LAKE, TENN. COMPLIMENTS OF CHATTANOOGA QUEENSWARE CO. SCHOOL CAFETERIA SUPPLIES l4I5 MARKET STREET PHONE MAIN 5518 CHATTANOOGA BOILER E5 TANK CO. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. The Tank Builders of the South M. B. EAVES fo? BROS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS "Fruits and Vegetables Supreme" MILLS AND LUPTON SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies for All the Industries I myrtle EFFICIENCY EQL P lr MORRISON CLEANING COMPANY QUALITY DRY CLEANERS AND DYERS "Colden Rule Service." "We Clean Clean" HENILOI lx 229 1406 Mlfcallic A F. W. BECKMANN Dlstrlbutor of United Autograplmic Register Com- pany's Products szzs umml sm-4-c Carris "Filling Stations' Potato Chips, Lunvheonvttos. Sandwlr-hos, Cold Drinks, Chlli, Ice Crvnm and Hot Dogs BIG 4 BARBER SHOP Cherry Dry Cleaning Co. Men's Suits ......,.................... 754- Where You Get That Million Dollar Service LWHPN' CUM Suits Q ------ . ..-.- Sl-00 Ladies' Dresses ............. ...... S L00 Provident Bldg. 113 Ease Eighth MAIN 45 W. S. BEVILLE Ee? SON ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS CENTRAL MARKET CARROLL HDW. CO. Hardware, Tools, ancl Cutlery 26I5 WHITESIDE ST. THE BRIGHT SCHOOL An ICIA-lm-ntary N1-hool for Boys and Girls From Klndergarten to Sixth Grade COMPLIMENTS OF DUFF DRUG COMPANY' Wholesale Only CHATTANOOGA, TENN. "Always Sec Us First" C. V. BROWN 6: BRO. REAL ES'I'ATE, RENTS AND LOANS 109 East Eighth St. Buy Hairgzxlns From Us COMPLIMENTS TO THE IVICCALLIE BOYS FROM DR. G. MANNING ELLIS THE WOOL COTT CARTER BROS. Chattanooga, Tc-nn. COMPLIMENTS OF J. C. LEE Wholesale Coal Hamilton Bank Building Chattanooga, Tenn. . .... 'Xroxx -Avmve' B Socks for Men STYLE IS A PART OF THEM STRENGTH IS A PART OF THEM AND THE NAME OF THEM IS 'fiiwmsxx lm! ! be 1-Q PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK In All Its Branches SCHOOL GROUPS AND PORTRAITS A Specialty THE CLINE STUDIOS I2 Ferger Building Chattanooga, Tenn. C. E. KIMBALL, Manager Gao. L. BAILEY, Secretary and Treasur r Established 1909 CHATTANOOGA BRAZING 6: WELDING COMPANY Brazing, Oxy-Acetylene, Electric and Thermit Welders Long Distance Phone Main 3675 l309 Chestnut St. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. FOX BROTHERS COMPANY I2l5-1217 KING STREET Distributors W. N. CLARK CO. Fancy New York Canned Fruits and Vegetables California paclcing Corporation "Glass Jar" Label Brand Canned Fruits and Vegetables We Specialize on Cafeteria and Institutional Trade COIVIPLIIVIENTS OF DAVENPORT HOSIERY MILLS WHERE MOST MCCALLIE BOYS BUY THEIR CLOTHES FULMER, REEVES fo? WARE 720 MARKET ST. uput Your Life in Bislwgiis HanJs,x J. W. BISHOP Manager of Home Office ah , M-K te-9 5 vAcuuM cur aww ' tm VlcuCu re-'mme 1 t1CUP BLEIID11 3 1 C5 e1 1 VACUElJG5IMPFllCKED I I llllb 1 .. 1 ""-f-- -7 --.2" 7 'lf' f -fm Q ,g5El1YACUUMEt: gr 11 -1 '11 L' Y BR ND if ' -wi. lEIFv"YV,Y ' Agency QQDEFEE THE BEST COFFEE YOU EVER DRANK VOL- The Native Strength ls Preserved by Seali INS. CO. It lmmecliately It Is Ground STAGMAIERS NYou Eventually Want a Home in Fairylancln The Soutlfs Most Beautiful Resort, on Top of Lookout Mountain Why not take advantage of the present price rather than wait until you have to pay more? Visit FAIRYLAND and you will become convinced- it is one of the most beautiful spots on earth. FAIRYLAND CO. COMPLIMENTS OF CHATTANOOGA AUTO CO. HUClSOH Essex Distributors 617-19 BROAD STREET PHONE MAIN 1917 PHONE MAIN 1918 2 S'l'0ll ES I. C. CARMACH, Drugs Vvlndow Glass, Mirrors, Mirrors Resllverel Auto Glass Replaced, Picture Framing Independent Glass Co. lsfllllkllll 1156-1905 M. 5708 Market Sq. and A St . MAIN 1578 L. Florfst Put Flowers and Floral Designs MILLINERY 21 E. Sixth St., Main 6039 MISS MAUDE CAl.DW'ELL l'lIA'1'l'ANUUGA, TENN. 736 Georgia Ave. Times Bldg SHARP BROTHERS Mm 252' Dealers in FRESH MEATS AND SAUSAGE POULTRY AND GAME COMPLIMENTS OF VAN'S PRINTERY RIDGE DRUG CO. MISS INEZ HYDER CLASSES IN DANCING Studio, 410 Mcvallle Avenue Ihone Main 3216 F. C. KELLY H. j. POWELL KELLY AND POWELL Cleaners and Dyers Central Ave. and E. Eighth PARK HOTEL European Plan, Centrally Located J. F. DAVIS, Manager TENNESSEE RIVER MILLING Co. Illstrihulors ol' the Most Complete Line f 11151 ly Ah rtlsofl I 1 nil ed P'odu t "Say If With Flowers" DAY MCAMIS, Florist 461 Tremont St. N rth Ch tt no ga Te n "IvIEIvIoR1AI.s OF EVERLASTING BEAUTY" JOHN T ROUT T CO. 207 'B E LLEVENTI-I ST. PHONE MAIN 36 CHATTANOOGA SEWER PIPE WORKS Manufacturers of Sewer Pipes, Hollow Tile, Septic Tanks and Other Clay Products "THE BEAUTY ABOUT OUR BUSINEI S IS 141 ONPRS J o Y ' S "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" M 431 -H 817 Market IN KING OF MOTOR FUEL DOES WHAT GASOLINE. CANT DO I DI H4 K REO .l. PAT, "Por" LAWING "STICKS" VANDY LAWING Ed VAN DER CAMMEN PLUMBING AND HEATING DUNCAN AND Dobbs HEMLOCK 2962 THE BIKE SHOP AGENTS FOR COLUMBIA AND IVER JOHNSON BICYCLES PHONE ISIAIN 5415 117 W. SIXTH wr. THE CHATTANOOGA LUMBER CO A FRIEND COMPLIMENTS OF CHATTANOOGA WAGON AND BODY CO. succsssons 'ro CHATTANOOGA WAGON CO. W. C. TEAS COMPANY S Summzns 734 CHERRY, S THE MUSICAL SUPPLY SHOP LATEST SHEET MUSIC Sale Agents for C. G. Conn Instruments Compliments of Fudge-Casey Co. WHOLESALE CONFECTIONERS ' "2 ,. N-2 1-.s -3: I Wl iil l "' wil lil I "W ' I Weir I will ALLISON S ',gr.,,y,u wg I: V5 3 Q ,X HAM f21flilli 'i 'X I Smoked With Sweet ,L n NN..-A . X - . .. ..,4-1-"i,AL?,ii'-I2 g2,fA: J. H. ALLISON COMPANY Packers U. S. lnsper-tion in All Department f'l'lA'l"l'ANO0GA, TENN. Take Care of That Old Man, Boy! An Old Fellow Like Him, You Know, l-las to Be Looked After by Somebody and It Might As Well Be You The old man referred to is you yourself-fifty years from now. That's a long time off, true, but nevertheless a time thatis bound to come if you live. While you are young and active and just starting on your career, it's time to provide for that olcl man. The best way to do it is with a PROVIDENT ENDOWMENT POLICY falling due at age of 65. By taking it while you are young you get the benefit of the low rate. PROVIDENT LIFE E? ACCIDENT CO. O. K. Lr:BRoN, President HAL S. KIMBALL, Manager LeBRON EN GRAVING CO. Incorporated Stationers 5 Engravers Specializing in Commencement Invitations 724 BROAD STREET CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE COMPLIMENTS OF W. E. BROCK, JR. JAMES SUPPLY COMP-ANY I'HA'l"l'ANO0GA, 'I' ENN. lVlill, Mining, Factory, Plumb- ing, Railroad, and Con- tractors' Supplies Machinery, Heavy Hardware Paint and Roofing, Automo- bile Accessories and Re- pair Parts COIVIPLIIVIENTS OF THE CHATTANOOGA MEDICINE COMPANY "Ask the Buyers of Good Printing" CHATTANOOGA PRINTING AND ENGRAVING CO. PRINTERS OF College Annuals, School Papers, Catalogues, House Organs, Booklets and General Commercial Works of All Kinds TELEPHONE MAIN 4060 300-302-304 MARKET STREET Quality, Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed COMPLIMENTS OF THE A. B. C. BAKERY MILLER ICE af COAL CO' DR. T1-1ATc:HER's HEMLOCK 2521 Liver and Blood watch for the SWF White Wagon Not fn the Trust Helps in the Relief of Indigestion READ THE CHATTANOOGA NEWS Chattanoogazs Dominant paber First in News, Features, Total Circulation, City Circulation, Total Advertising, Local Advertising, Reader Confidence Todayis News Today If It Is Done With Heat You Can DO IT BETTER WITH GAS Rain OI' Shine Gas Is Dependable All the Time CHATTANOOGA GAS CO. OPERATED BY UNITED LIGHT AND RAILWAY CO. NN. SDC BiJ"?rffm1hB1roiifN HOSI ERY fo 1 M e n forWomen frrCl:rild1-en Since for Twenty Years Buster Brown Has Proved Its Leadership for Boys Wear, Which Is l-losiery's Acid Test, It Must Be Good for Adult Wear MANUFACTURED BY UNITED HOSIERY MILLS CHATTANOOGA, TENN. COOK ELECTRICALLY It is cheaper, cleaner and more economical than other methods. The electric range is the modern housewife's solution of the cook- ing problem. Over I,300 Chattanooga Families Now Cook Electrically. Let Us Give You Full lnformalion THE TENNESSEE ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY MARKET STREET AT SIXTH PHONE MAIN 5900 fP1-:+L 'V n 'Y ',: PATENTED 5' ORANGE 0 11111111111 -cnUsH BOTTLE Q CJ 77 EZ 71 55353 111 A 1 171, -l x V N Ui E. I x ...- -- A-4 SSXSSSSSSSSSSBJJSS CD Z7 BP IZ - C3 gm 2 C3 5 un Z: Q C3 g CD Z 'U P- Z '4 Orme-CRUSH LEWWCRUSH IW?-CRUSH . NV W P ' .wk-ww-' I., K Water Tulae Boilers ancl Horizontal Return Tubular Boilers Steel Casings, Stacks, Tanks, Towers and Structural Steel and Steel Plate Work The Walsh ancl Weidner Boiler Co. MAIN OFFICE AND PLANT CI-IATTANOOGA, TENN. BRANCH OFFICES NEW Ycmc. NEw ORLEANS, KANSAS CITY, SAN FRANCISCO, MEMPHIS, HOUSTON GREENVILLE, S. C., HAVANA, CUBA, CHICAGO, ILL., MEXICO CITY 'H I .., , ,,.s+'AM """".g, 'wg fv .nw-W--Q Mb vi ufh I61f'CJQR,ffmC:O1'l'L cl 1'1 Coll Annual LOV'I.f'V KLN KY 'VIA GN! Knfmlxlgenf ancl ofexfieft m3xiCS eg-vice ou S Vamuahf., Y .Vw THIS BOOK PRINTED BOY BENSON LARGEST COLLEGE ANNUAL PUBLISHERS IN THE WORLD HIGHEST QUALITY WORKMANSHIP SUPERIOR EXTENSIVE SERVICE ENSON A PRINTING CO. NASHVILLE. COLLEGE ANNUAL HEADQUARTERSQSI f '.Lk . . .L.. I , 1' AFTERWORD It makes us Seniors sad to think we shall, soon have to leave the school which has been our foster mother for so long a time. But the end is nigh, and the time for us to part is fast approaching. Not a great length of time is left for us to listen to the shrill sounds of the bells, which we have to obey. Soon ten bells can be heard no more. The sounds of the faithful "Y" victtola will soon die out in the distance. The many enjoyable times will soon be mere fond memories of the past. All that is near to us and dear to us now will soon be a thing of the past and will seem but a mere dream. The last copy has gone in, and the last instructions have been given to the printer, so the Nineteen Twenty-five PENNANT is complete as to make-up and style. However, our task as a staff is not yet com- pleted. We shall finish it ere long. ln yielding the pen to the ensuing staff we do so without tears-no one ever wept at completing his work on an annual-and the 1925 PENNANT staff does not claim to be an exceptional one as to general rules. Throughout the year we strove with untiring energy on this seemingly incessant job, and now our cnd has been accomplishedfthe annual is in your hands. If our work is not perfect, if some one or some thing has been left out that should have been put in, or something put in that should have been left out, just think a few minutes before you criticize uJ too severely. We have tried to build a worth-while book along original lines. Of course, there are things that are standard for annuals which must remain practically the same year after year, and still other things that we could not swing in. But you have the complete volume, and you can see for yourself. As the pen dries, it behooves us to say that our labors were given with pleasure. We hope the out- come is pleasing. The editor gratefully makes these acknowledgments: To the student body, and especially the Class of l925, for its wholehearted support and confidence. To Dr. McCallie. Prof. McCallie, Mr. Wmds, and others for their many favors granted and assistance rendered. To Mr. Kitchings for the splendid worlc and endless efforts he gave toward the success we believe our annual to be this year. To Mr. C. V. Brown for making the financial end a success. To lVlr. C. E. Cannon for getting up the minstrel which helped so very much along financial lines, and also for his efforts in helping the staff in so many ways. To Clines' Studio for the photography. To Bush-Krebs Co., Louisville, Ky., for helpful ideas and generous suggestions in the engraving work. To Benson Printing Co., Nashville, Tenn., for their excellent work in the printing and binding of this book. To all others who lent a helping hand, for without you the annual would have been a failure. To those above, it is hard to repay with the shake of the hand a "thank you" for all that they have done for THE PENNANT, but their work will speak fof itself. The thought and the spirit of true service is behind such work. THE EDITOR. L W'-Vai 'K M, ff r' in - uw ,I if .L 3 hav-R ,, ', ' -1 151-'Qing - 1 aka-, 'i 'af' , ' .www V 2' , I .4 ml ,Q , uc.. L,.l"vr A ' 1 KM fp-.. FJ' ,L- + , z.,.f '.i M- 5.5 ,. fs, x I E Z F ! L Q Y. 1 1. f L! E E E '4 I 5 '1 E 5 w v 4.:-nan-r f-LW' 2.-..- fvrmx-frurwa-u.--:una-1'-' sLu.r L K ' In - -ww'-.' vf 'If v.:f .-vznnvunfwu-.',.v: ..i...,- f lv., , ,, L ,, Q 7 N Y , Q.. Y 2iff'i'49'Ti5?f?fiiv5'Q5',kl . vu 1-. we f 4.7. Y.. .-'N :V " Y -.M . 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