McCallie High School - Pennant Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)
- Class of 1928
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T has been the purpose of the
editors to reflect in as large a
measure as possible the life as
it existed during our Senior year at
McCallie. With the passing of time
and the deepening of friendships
formed while at lX'IcCallie these
pages will no doubt become sacred to
So in the later years of your life may
you turn to the pages of this book and
see emblazoned across them the motto
of the school, "lWan's Chief End is to
Glorify God and to Enjoy Him For-
ever," thereby causing you to renew
your vows upon the altar of love and
to resolve all the more to be a cham-
pion of the high and noble things that
are for the betterment of mankind.
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Nothing enjoys a healthy growth unless this growth is directed toward
an ideal state. Mefallie was founded in 1905 as the result of a very
definite vision of the ideal in the minds of the founders. The great
reason for Nlcfallie is the making of Fhristian gentlemen. To McCallie
men everywhere, Dr, J. P. McCallie typifies this ideal.
SPENCER -IARNAGIN McC.fu.1.1E, M.A., PEn.D.
Professor McCallie has devoted himself unselfishly to the life and
progress of the school which bears his name. An unusual combina-
tion of personality, humor and intellect has made our Headmaster
one of the best known preparatory school men in America.
'FI-IOMAS EDWARD PECK WOODS,
llrml Bible Dfparlmrnt
XVENDIELL FLOWERS WREN, AB
Ilmd of English Dt'Pll7'fll107Il,' Asxistanl in
CHARLES EGBERT CANNON, A.B.
Ilmd of Modrrn Ll17ly1ll1fl1' D1'p!lffIII1'7ll
LYIXIAN HENSON HARRIS, JR., AB.
Ilrad of History Departmrnl
RICHARD LEE SAGER, A.B.
llfafl of Malhrrnalics Departmenfg plssixlanl
ARTHUR LEE BURNS, AB., A.M.
Inxtrurtor in English and Latin
HIERIZERT PRITCHARD DUNLAP, BS.
C0lIlIIIll1lddHl,' Inslrurtor in Englixh
CHALMERS M. S. MCILWAINE, AB.
Ilfarl Latin Department
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Ilfad of Science Departrnentf Musical Director
EUGENE WALTER HILL
Instructor in Manual Arts
GEORGE C. GRIFFIN, B.S. -
Instructor in Mathcrnaticsg Director of xlthletics
' ' .IOHN FAULKNER RAINEY, A.B.
Instructor in Latin
' I JESSE MILLER DALE, A.B.
I Instructor in Spanish
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A1 I Instructor in Englishg Musical Director
A CHARLES RUEUS WALTERS, A.B.
Instructor in Science and Mathematicsj Xlssist-
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I I CHARLES C. HANIILTON
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Peering into the Future
5 sg 3 AD the Headmasters of the McCallie School tried to peer into
the future on that first day of school in September, 1905,
,QUQ when they started with 40 day students and 8 boarding stu-
dents in the one 7-room frame school building in the rear of Founder's
Home, it would have stretched their imagination to foresee the present
school plant with its fourteen buildings, its many athletic fields, and
What about the future of McCallie now? Dare one make any
prophecies or even hazard a guess? McCallie now has an enrollment
of 320 students, 130 of whom are boarding students, 190 day students.
The future will show 200 boarding students and 200 day students as a
maximum. A beautiful chapel facing McCallie Avenue, an enlarged
study hall, a bigger and better library and laboratories, large rooms for
literary societies, a larger dining room, an up-to-date cafeteria, a con-
crete stadium seating 5,ooo, an indoor heated swimming pool for winter
use, and a large recreation hall will be among the physical developments.
A young people's summer conference in June, a summer school during
July and August that will eventually equal the winter school with splen-
did camp features, a Bible Conference for men at the end of August
will make the grounds and buildings useful the year around. Entrance
examinations for students to the winter school, a Bible course unexcelled
anywhere, character training, practical instruction in Christian service,
a course in music, in business, in agriculture, in biology, and in hand
work, will complete the curriculum.,
McCallie School has need to live only as it trains boys better,
physically, mentally, socially, morally, and spiritually. It is the aim of
the present Headmasters to build for the future, while earnestly striv-
ing in the present to reach the ideal of a truly great preparatory school.
The motto of the school is ever before them, "Man's chief end is to
glorify God and to enjoy Him forever."
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The Class of 1928
HE Senior Class started in 1920 with only four men, but now
v we are sixty-nine strong. We hail from the North, South,
iff! East and West: namely, Tennessee, Mississippi, Florida, Ala-
bama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, Virginia,
Michigan and far-away China.
We have grown slowly but surely, now being the power of the school,
politically, socially, and morally. In our class will be found Fred John-
ston, captain of the football team 3 "Doc" Thurman, captain of the track
team: Ned Dwelle, editor of the PENNANT3 E. J. Walker, editor of
the "Tornado", Newton Dicks, manager of the football teamg "Bill"
Butler, president of the Senate, Vol Ferguson, president of the Y. M.
C. A., and a majority of the military ollicers and men prominent in the
greater school activities.
Drifting along without any organization until our junior year,
we at that time elected "Del1ie" Marting president to guide us through
the year. He did so well in that office that when the time came for the
organization of the class in its final year we again elected him president.
Here we have only a brief sketch of our days at McCallie. Some
wish that they had been better, but as we face the future we resolve
to make good, carrying with us that indescribable quality, Character,
which was instilled in us here at McCallie.
SPENCER MCCALLIE, Jn., Historian.
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W. A. MARTTNG Miss BETTY HARE
W. A. MARTING ..... .... ...... . . President
F. K. JOHNSTON, jk. . ..... Vice-President
W. BUTLER ...... . . Secretary-Treasurer
S. 1. MCCALLIE, JR. . . . Historian
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SENIOR CLASS '
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KWINTBR VIIAVENI, 1-'LORIDA V S l
"Ah" came to us iu '25 from Xvihltf Haven, Florida, "The 'Lind of Sunshine and Oranges."
He takes part in many forms of athletics ahtl does his share in the school activities. Always
smiling and cheery, he is ready to takeianiactive partiii either work or play, 1
Being an Honor Roll main several time! in his sojourn at TMcCallie, he has shown himself l
to he an excellent student. Next ylar as he Continues his work at Davidson we wish him luck l
and all poss.hle success then, and throughoutvhas college career. i
l,--n VVhitv in-rm-y sm-it-ly. 'IT-'ZM Denwsttmneu Literary 1-'Qi-idly, '25-'2Gg Pot-kt-t 'lu-stinnt-nt
League-. '25-'Eli-'27-'2X: X. M. V. A.."25-'26-'27-'ZSQ Pl't'i'9K't, '26-'27-'TM Student. Uounuil, '261 Florida
Vluh, '25-'26-'27-'ZS3 Pm-nmmt Biota Staff. '27-'2N: Uvmvullb' "B," 25-LEG: Honipany '27-'ESQ Sm-ct.-.-
Team, 25-'26-'27-'28'g Tennis Squad, '2.,Jl1i- 27-'28,
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just about everyone in "Mike" and his little brown l
Chrysler. A familiar sight it is on the any hour. Of course we do not mean
hy that that "Mike" is an owl of thegirgigitjlabvnt' thattiometimes he simply neglects to take it 3
away from in front of the Tivoli. l li wi :A i ,
Being one of our most hrflliant students, he is ever ready to help a classmate with one of
those seemingly impossible problems. In YM estimation of both the students and the faculty
few surpass this prodigy from across the rhrerf,-"As he goes to Dartmouth, we are sure that
he will carry over East with him much that willdo credit to his Alma Mater back in Chattanooga.
l'om-km-t 'l'sfst:nun-nt I.e-agile '2l-'22-'EIS-'B-I-'25-'ZH-'27-'28: Fourth Footllall Tm-am, '22-'23-'24g Gramixnar 7
St-hool Play, '23-'13-tg Vritir- ll. IC. live Lite-rziry Sovit-ty, '21-'22-'23-'2-4: t'ritic Um-lo Remus Llti-Vary
Society, '25-'ilig Vim--l'1't-siilt-tit Imuiel Wulistm-r Literary Society. '2Tg Uornorul Company '22-
'23-'24-'253 First P't'l'gt'2llll Uonlpany, 'ZGQ Sm-rgvant t'um1rany "U," '2Tg liicutvnunt Company "B,"
'ZXQ "Pennant" Staff, 'ZRQ j'Tm'nado" Stuff, '28.
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BINGHAM BALLARD, JR.
Here is another one of the representatives from the grand old state of Alabama who have
made such excellent records at McCallie. In football he has upheld the honor of his home
state well, distinguishing himself on both the third and first teams.
Recently his fellow Alabamians gave him the honor and distinction of being president of the
Alabama Club, to which ofhce he has more than done justice. His friendliness and jolly good
nature have made him one of the best liked men in school and we feel sure that he cannot fail
to make an equally good record in the University of Alabama.
Daniel VVQ-bstor Literary Society, '26-'2T: Len White! Literary Society. '27-'2S: Som-ur Football, '27-
'2Sg Third Football Team, '26, First Football Team, '2T: Y. M. C. A., '26-'27-'ZNQ Pocket Testament
League, '26"27-'28g Alabama Club, '26-'27-'28,
GEORGE BANK BARNETT, JR.
CHATTA NOOGA, TENNESSEE
"Barney" has been with us four years and it is needless to say that he is one of the best
known and best liked boys in school.
He has that enviable quality in him that makes everyone like him. This even applies to
the fairer sex, since he is known as something of a heartbreaker.
His work in the military department and on the athletic field have been indeed commendable.
McCallie may well be proud of turning out such a boy as "Barney," and may feel sure that
he will always uphold the good name of the school.
Daniel VVi-hater Literary Society, '26-'273 Len NVhito Literary Society, '27-'2S: Pocket TllSl?ll11l'lli
League, '23-'24-'25-'26-'27-'281 Braini-rd Club. '27-'28: 'Fhirml Baseball Squad, '3T: Varsity Baseball
Squad, 'ZZSQ Third Team, Basketball, '261g Company UD." '24-'25: Company "C," '25-'26ig Corporal
Company '26-'2Tg Quartormaster Sergeant, '27-'28,
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V Burke is one of those fellows wl10m7'one ihafbrlielknvmvsilietfer each day that he associates
with him. His dry wit ar1tl'1lBiI3'LLQi,pgwelt5,If0 Ifldflkiifit forever Qausing smiles on the faces of
his companions. 1 j Y, A' V 7 i
In Burke, Carolina has ati gon, mme vghiitth she-Yhayafvqeli he proud. "Carolina, here I
mine," is his favorite song for Hi,ng1pjeasls'lliITl so much agfthe anticipation of his return to
North Carolina for a well-earn: iholiday. 'L '
An able student and a l n ipopnlar withi nfl classes leaves us' as Burke goes forth to enter
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"VVhen "Bill" came to MeC'aTl'i'e many yeatiago, he had airery high standard to live up to,
that of his brother "Boh." But nobody cohla' say,-now that he leaves, that he has not done so
in all possible respects, for his achievements, aip,many.l
As president of the Student Senate, be has'd'hne a.Wonderful work toward maintaining the
Honor System for which we strive so mlieb. He dog! not stand out alone as a man of honor but
as an athlete. Many are the times when as'ftkc'hopes of his Alma Mater were falling very low,
he has shown his superior metal of brain and of 'brawn by helping to overwhelm a seemingly
unconquerable foe. I -, '
Jam:-s Fm-niuiorv f'00lN'l' l.itn-l':n'y Sovit-ty, '23-'Ng Daniel VVebster Literary Such-ty '24-'25g In-u
XVhitt- Lltt-rary Sovit-ty, '2li-'27g t'urpoi'al Vompamy "C," '23-'24: l'ox-pornl VIVITHIJIIIXJ' "H," '25: Polar
Gunrtl, 'ZTQ l.ie-utvnant Comlmny, "B," '27-'ESL Pocket Testament. League, '23-'24-'25-'26-'27-'2SI
l'1't-slrl--ut ol' Senate. 'ETQ Sm-wrt-tary ot' S1-nior Ulns:-1, 'ZRQ Minstrel, '26-'27-'2Ng Fourth Football 'l'e-am,
'lil-'1Z14: Third Ifovmtlrnll Te-ani, '25-'2li: First Football 'Vt-am, '26-'27-'QNQ 'Flrirtl Tcum Baseball, '25-'irfig
Varsity Travk Squad, 'IIT-'2S.
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JOHN ALLEN CARTER
A long while ago, back in the fall of 1919, a little cotton-headed boy with mischief in his
eyes climbed up the main steps to enroll as john Allen Carter. It was only a short time until
he was dubbed "Boob," which later developed into "U Bobo." It is truly proven here that time
can work miracles which few believed were possible. For there is no finer example of young
American manhood on the campus than is shown in our Major. In feats on the athletic field as
well as the drill field he has long since proved himself to be one of those men of which there
are few, a real man, physically, mentally, and morally.
.laiines Fenimore Cooper Literary Society, '20-'21-'22-'23: Sergeant-at-Arms, James Fenimore Foopor
Literary Society. '24, vice-President James Fenimore Cooper Literary Society, '24g Vice-President
Woodrow XVilson Literary Society, '26, Len White Literary Society, '27g Sergeant Company "C," '23:
Second Lieutenant Company "C," '25, First Lieutenant Company "D," '25-'26g Captain Company
"B," '26-'273 Cadet Major, '2T: Senate, '25: Third Football Team, '25g Varsity Football Team, '25-
'ZG-'2Tg Third Basketball Team, '24-'25Q Varsity Basketball, '27g Varsity Baseball, '2Tg Varsity
Track, '271 Monogram Club, '25-'26-'27, Minstrel, '27.
BELEIELD HOWELL CARTER
CHATTA NOOCA, TENNESSEE
In Carter's three years at McCallie, he has made a record of which anyone would have
ample reason to be proud. He possesses a keen sense of humor, a delightful personality, and a
genial disposition, which qualities make him a general favorite with both the students and the
He leaves behind him a host of friends who wish him the best of success at Vanderbilt,
Uncle Remus Literary Society, '24-':Z5: Daniel Vl't-bster Literary Society, '26-'27: Len White Literary
Srwii-ty, 'LET-'2Rg Conipany "D," '24-'25g Company "V," '26-'27-'2S1 f'orpo1'al Cmnpany "if," '26-'27,
Sergeant Company "P," '27-'23, Varsity Traek Squad, '28,
CHARLES CAPEAN CASTLES, JR.
This little fellow, although with us but one year, has shown up very well in many things
in so short a time. Coming to McCallie with a brilliant record as valedictorian of his High
School class, he has shown a likely aptitude to make an excellent student. His playing the
cornet as a member of the band has been recognized by many as superior.
Long after Castles' days at McCallie are over he will long be remembered by many as one
who was ever willing to help another in any way possible.
Rand, 285 Pot-ke-t '1't-stamc-nt League, '27-'28g Y. M. C. A., '27-'2Sg Tennis Squad, '27-'2R.
WALTER CLAIR COLDWELL, JR.
A bright light shone on McCallie when some half dozen years ago "Dub" entered school.
Although at that time just a little shaver he has steadily developed until now we have a hand--
some young man, the well-known object of much feminine admiration and desire.
A leader in many lines of school and social activities, he has long since shown himself to
be one of those chosen few whose fame and popularity will live long after the days of youth.
"Dub" has participated in practically all lines of athletics, making a very creditable showing in
them all. May the best of luck be yours, "Dub," as you go forth from our midst.
Ilnr-lv lh-mus l.ltex'ury Soc-ioty, '22-'23"24: James Fenimore Fooper Literary Society, '25-'2G3 Len
Whllf- l.ltt-rnry Sm-it-ty. '27-'28, I"0urLl1 Team Football, '24, 'Fliird 'Foam Football, '27: Swimming
'Pe-sun. '27-'ZNQ Varsity '.l'l'1ll'lC Squad, '2Ng Glue t'lub, 'ZTQ St'l'f-l'i-xltllt Company "B," '27-'ZSL Minstrel,
DAVID JEFFERSON CRowEI.I.
CONCORD, NORTH CAROLINA
Although this is Dave's first year at McCallie he has annexed many loyal friends right from
the start. His cheerful smile and a willingness to ever help his fellow students have gained for
him friends who will continue to be friends on through the years.
His prowess on the cinder path is very well known by all of us for he covers the well known
course of a hundred yards very close to the minimum of ten seconds.
In his studies he has taken a good stand, always being well up toward the top of the class.
In-n XVhitc Lite1':u'y Society, '27-'28: Company "B," '27-'28: Varsity Track Team, '27-'2S: North
Carolina. Club, '27-'28,
JAMES WILLIAM HART CROUCH
Long ago in 1923, Jim crawled up the steps of Middle Hall and enrolled as a Freshman in
our worthy institute. At that time a very small boy he has now grown in stature and in wisdom
until he is a man, both physically and in understanding.
During his years at McCallie Jim has accomplished many things, the chief of these being to
gain an enviable reputation of high regard and admiration with both the student body and
As you leave us to enter college, jim, we wish you the best of luck in all of your undertakings.
Ilnvlo Remus Literary Society, '23-'24: VVoodr'oW Wilson Literary Society, '24-'25-'2G: Len White
I,iter:n'y Society, '27-'2Sg Company UD." '2-13 Company "fi" '25-'ztig Company "A," '2T"28g Pm-ke:
Testament L4-agile, '23-'24-'25-'26-'ZSQ Bl'ililll'rIl Cfluln, '2S.
HUBERT H. DANIELS
Almost since the beginning of history, there has been a Daniels at McCallie. In his seven
fleeting years with us "Skinny" has truly upheld the good name that he has in a way to do
credit to all concerned.
On the track, being an unusual dash man, he is excelled by few. The famous relay team,
of which he is a member, has brought many outstanding honors to McCallie.
With the best wishes of both the faculty and student body he goes forth from our midst to
the sea of life. ' 5
I'm-le Rm-nius Literary Snciotfy, '21-'22-'23-'24-'26: Daniel Vifebster Literary Society, '25-'26g Ln-n
White Literary som-it-ty, '2Tf'28g Pocket Testament League, 'Z1-'22-'23-'24-'25-'26-'27-'283 Pmnpzuiy
"ll," '21-'22-'2Zl: Comany "f"' '23-'24-'25g Company "B," '26-27-'28g Fourth Football 'I'm-am, '25,
Third Football Tc-am, 'QGQ First l"0otba.ll Team. '27: Varsity Track Team, '26-'27-'2R5 Sm-vt-1' Font-
ball, '2'I: Swimming, '27.
The closing of this year marks the departure of one of the best liked boys of McCallie. This
certain boy whose first name is Bernard, hails from the country of wine, women and fast horses.
If ever there was a thorough Kentucky Colonel, Bernard certainly is one. On the gridiron he is
a marked man, but due to an injury he was kept out of the last games of the season. In Bernard,
Washington and Lee will have a man to be proud of. Again, Bernard, we salute you!
Y. M. C. A., '26-'27-'ZISQ Pocket Tt-Statment Lt-agua-. '26-'27-'ESQ Band, '263 Sergeant, Band, 'IIT-'2Sg
Third Team Football, 'ZZGQ Varsity Fnotlmll, '2T: Ort-hestrzt, 'Zti-'IIT-'2Sg Minstrel, '26-'2Tg Pennant
Starr- Staff, '27-'2Xg Monitor, 'ZITQ Varsity Raselmll. 'ZNQ Ki-ntuvky Club, '26-'27-'QRQ Luuisvillt- Club.
N EWTON BRAUSE Dicks
NORTH CHATTA NOOGA, TENNESSEE
For many years Newton has been a most invaluable fellow to all of us. A more brilliant,
systematic student is very seldom found. When Newton starts to do a thing that thing is
always finished and finished in a way that would do credit to anyone.
The members of the football squad are deeply indebted to him for the excellent care that
he took of them by at all times doing everything possible for their personal comfort.
VVorking on the staffs of all publications he has been a steady and reliable man. Few such
real students have been sent out from our midst and it is with the sincere good wishes of the
faculty and student body that he leaves. '
Robert E. Lot- Literary Society, '23-'24-'25g Vifoodrow Wilson Literary Society, '26, Len White, '27:
Secretary and Tl'l'HSUI'f'l' of Iioliort E. Lee Literary Society, '24, Critic, '25: Company "D," '23-'24:
4'on'ipany "U," '25: f'om1mny UB." 'lflig Company "A," '27-'2Sg Si-1-ond Lieutenant Company "A,"
'2Rg Gramniar School Play, Pennant Store Stuff, '26-'27, Manager Varsity Football, '27, "Pennant"
Staff, '27-'28, "Tornado" Staff, '28, Pocket Ti-stargt-nt League, '23-'24-'25-'26-'27-'28g Monogram
Club, '2 .
THoMAs BURNS DUNCAN
Of the many fine fellows furnished us by Kentucky, we are most proud of our likable Tom
Duncan. He nobly assisted in the important' role of cheer leader and has been fine material
for Mr. Sager's basketball squad. This has been Tom's third year with us and we certainly do
hate to lose him. Few excel him in the game of hearts, for "Tommy" is generally known as a
"lady-killer." Our best wishes go to you and we feel sure that Washington and Lee will receive
a fine fellow with your advent there.
Y. M. P. A.. '25-'20-'27-'2S: Pocket Testament League, '25-'26-'27-'25, Secretary Student flouncil.
'27-'28: Daniel Vl'ebster I.itei'a1'y Society, '25-'263 Len XVhite Literary Society, '27-'28: Third Bas-
ketball Team. '25-'26: First Basketball Team, '27-'ZRQ First Squad Baseball. '26-'27-'ZSQ Third
Team Football, '25-'26g Tennis Team, '26-'27-'ZSQ Golf Team, '27-'28, Picked Squad, '27-'28: First
Team Sort-er. '25-'26-'27-'ZfS: Prefer-t, 'ST-'LNQ "Tornado" Staff '27-'QSQ Cheer Leader, '27-'28: Com-
pany '25-'26-'27-'ZSQ Kentucky Club, '25-'26-'27-'2S: Louisville Club, '25-'26-'27-'28, Swimming
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' Hail! Our Major. Some believe that "Happy," as he is known to us, has been here since
Middle Hall constituted the entire school. You will find "Happy" to be the same wherever he
may be, on the drill field, on the athletic field, in the class room, or in a social gathering. It
may be added that he is quite the social lion.
Coming out to McCallie in the fall of 1920, "Happy" has grown with the school. VVhen he
i leaves us there will surely he a vacancy that no one else can fill. As a soldier "Happy" is "the"
military man of the school, being a soldier in the true sense of the world. Playing end on the
"Blue Tornado" of '27, he was excelled by few. With a true feeling of regret we bid you
"good-bye," "Happy," and we are sure that, regardless of where you go, you will be a real
credit to McCallie.
Fourth Football, '21, 'l'hirrl Football Team, '24-'25, Varsity 'Fnoilvall Squad, '26-'27, Grammar S1-hool
'l'I'1ll'lC, '20-'21, Thlrcl Basketball, '23-'24, First Baseball Squad, '16, Pocket Testament League, '20-
'Z1-'22-'23-'24-'25-'26-'27-'ZX, Robert E. Ln-e Tilt.:-rar-y Society, '20-'l1, Critic, '22, Critic, .Iarni-s
Fenimore Cooper Literary Society, '2S: Daniel Whlhstel' Literary Society. '25, Company '20,
Lieutenant Company "lJ." '23, Lieutenant Company "C," '24, Sergeant Fompany "A," '26, Cath-t
Major, '27, Picket Squad, '25, 'Riverview Club, '264'27-'28.
' CHA'i'l'ANOOGA, TENNESSEE
HARRY NEWTON DUPRE
This lad is another one of those peerless representatives which the state of Georgia has sent
to McCallie. He is a rather quiet, unobtrusive fellow but his grades show us that he must
be about as "bright as they make them."
His work in the classroom is not the only branch in which he stands high. His basketball
playing added greatly to the team of '28. As Harry graduates this year he leaves a record
behind him, which may well be a mark for some of the lower classmen to work for.
Doubtless the years to come will impress upon his fellow students more the unusual ability
of Harry DuPre.
1.1-n XVhitt- Lit:-rary Som-ie-ty, '27-TIS: Georgia Vlub, '27-'18, Y. M. F. A., '27-'28, Company "A," '27-'28,
Varsity Basketball, '27-'25, Track Squad, '28, Ti-unis Squad. '28,
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EDWARD CHARLES DWELLI2, JR.
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA
Ned, during his stay here has made :ln enviable record in all of his many undertakings. As
editor of this Annual, he was, due to his personality and ability to put things across, the main
factor in its construction. In his position as Senior Senator, he upheld the Honor System in
every way possible to the utmost degree.
Being an authority of the highest rank in all of his classes he has proved himself to be a
student of superior quality. None can surpass and few can equal his popularity on the campus.
Doubtless, in future years, Ned will continue the excellent record at Princeton, that already he
has made here. p
Daniel NVehstt-r Literary Society. '26-'2'Zg Lon Whitt- Literary Society, '27-'28, Pritiv, '2T: Pot-ket
'l'estann-nt League '26-'27-'2S: Y. M, C. A., '26-'27-'2S: Company "B," '26-'27, Svrgeauit Fozninuiy
"A," '37-'2R: Picked Platoon, '27-'2N: Senate, '2T: Prt-foot. 'ZTQ Marshal. '26-'27g North Uzrrolina
t'lub, 215927-'28, Tennis TL-mn, '26-'27"2S: Third Football Team, '2tig lVIal1a.'-Z01', '2Tg Editor-in-Cliit-f
of "Pennant," '27-'28,
ALEXANDER MILLER EARLE, JR.
STOVALL, NORTH CAROLINA
Another able son of the great "Ole North State" we have pictured above, Earle, better known
as "Nuts," has surely proved himself to be a mighty fine fellow in his lone year's stay with us.
An ever willing readiness to help one in trouble, a wonderful disposition, a delightful personality
have surely gained for h'm a host of true friends that are certainly an enormous asset to him
now and will continue to be in future years.
In his classes, "Alex" has conquered all obstacles, being recognized as one of our most depend-
able students. Davidson will here receive a f'Gentleman and a Scholar" as we lose him.
Secretary Len VVhite Literary Society, '27-'S'8: Fompany "V," '27-'ESQ Parolina Club, '27-'ESQ Y. M.
C. A., '27-'ZSQ Pocket 'Testament League, '27-'28,
CHA1u.Es EDWARD EARNEST
Although, before Charley's arrival we had never had the little town of Chuckey to cross
our minds, it is now most indelibly imprinted in our memories.
ln the oratorical field he has indeed proved himself to be a fitting follower and pupil of
Demosthenes. Many are the times when we have enjoyed for long periods his most expressive
and unusually forceful delivery. A great future may surely be safely predicted for one with so
useful a talent as this. 4- as
Durfng his two years at McCallie Charley hggained countless friends, many of whom
will continue to cherish this friendship long through the years to come.
Daniel XV:-hstvr Literary Society, '26-'27g Len White Literary Society, '27-'2Rg tiorporal Company
"A" '27-'2R: I"1'el'et't, '28g Tennvsseo Club. '26-'27-'28: Y. M. C. A. '26-'IIT-'2Sg Pocket Testament
WALTER REEVE EARNEST
Walter hails from Chuckey, and has been with us for two years. One of his greatest traits
is that which his name implies, earnestness. He always does his very best in whatever he under-
His extremely amiable nature and willingness to help a friend in need have won for him a
host of friends. He is also a boy of high moral standards and is looked up to as one of the
finest students in school. Long after many of our experiences at McCallie have pamed into
oblivion, we will remember the friendship, sincerity, ability, and general character of Walter
Ilnnh-I Nklahstvr Lita-rary Soc-is-ty, '26-'27, Lon White Literary Society, '27-'2Sg Pocket Testament
League, '27-'28, Y. M. C. A., '27"2S: Tennessee Club, '27-'28: Tennis Squad, '2Sg Company "C," '27-
'2Sg Pennant Store Staff, '27-'28,
FREDERICK WILLIAM EDWARDS
"A good man is a blessing,
A true friend, a treasure!
Ever since this class of '28 was in the sixth grade, Fred has certainly lived up to the ode
above for he is indeed a true friend to man.
Even though Fred has not been athictically inclined he has taken his place as one of the
leaders of the class by his excellent work in the classroom and the editorial departments of the
various publications. All who know him recognize him as one who has exceptional ability in
all literary undertakings. '
As Fred leaves us the eyes of the Faculty and Student Body smile sadly yet favorably.
Pocket Testamcnt League, '21-'22-'23-'2b'25-'28-'27-'283 Compaqay "D," '21-'22-'23-'24, C'ompn,ny "C,"
'25-'26, vompany '-B," '2Tg company "A," '28, Robert E. Lee Site:-ary society, '22-'23-'24-'25-'ztsg Len
NVhito Lite-I-ary Society, '27-'28g Secretary and Treasihrer Ro ,rt E. Luc Literary Society, '25, As-
sistant Editor-in-Chief of "Pennant," '27g Pennant Store Staff, '26-'27-'2Sg Social Editor ot "Tornatlo,"
'28, Assoc-inte Editor-in-Chief "Pennant," '2S.
LOUIS BARIQFIELD FARMER
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TE NNESSBE
Entering McCallie in '23, Louis at once began to take a prominence in activities that is
rarely shown. After two years he went to VVebb for two more years and now is back in our
midst for the Final lap of the race.
Because of an injury he was prevented from playing football this year although this should
not bother him at college. On the tennis team in this last year we shall expect great things
from Louis for on the court is the particular place where his ability is best shown. As you
go to college, Louis, we wish you the best of luck and are sure that all success will be yours.
VVoodi'ow VVilson Literary Sovicty. '23-'fZ4: Daniel XXX-bstei' Literary Society, '24-'25: Lon Whltc
LiteI'ary Society, '27-'28, Compzmy "D," '23-'2-4: Company "C," '24-'25g Cfompimy "B," '27-'2S3 Fifth
lfontlmll Team, '2Z!3 l+'oul'th Footlmll Team, '24g Tn-nnis Squad, '24-'25g Pocket Tostmnent League,
'23-'24-'25, Vlfohh School, '25-'26-'27.
Vo1,N12Y Wl'IEAT FERGUSON, JR.
llere we have a real man. Ever since we can remember "Vol" has been a real leader,
physically, mentally, and morally, in the McCallie School. There is no activity in school in
which he has not always taken a leading part.
His work on the gridiron as a trusty tackle of the "Blue Tornadoes" of several years past,
is without equal. Many are the times that, when just a little more grit and fight were needed
in the deciding moment, "Vol" has driven through that opposing line to open a hole for that
back to put across the winning touchdown.
In the Y. M. C, A. and Senate, he has long occupied the foremost positions and has exer-
cised uplifting influence over the other fellows.
Tmnir-I NV1-liste-r Litf-rary Sm-in-ty '24-'25-'26-'27-'2Sg President, 'Sli-'2T3 Sm-nate, '27-'ZSQ i'l'l'l't'C'f. 'fli-
'2T-'2Ng Ke-ntuf-ky Vinh. '24-'25-'26-'27-'LZR1 Pr:-slrlent, '27-TEN: Sf-1-ond l.it-utr-nant Vompany "A." '20-
'273 I-'irst Lim-utr-nant r'on1pany "A," '27-'28g Var itb' Football. '26-'2T: Pri-siilt-ilt Y. M. l'. A., '27-'2N:
Monogram Club, '26-'27-'28,
ARTHUR ATHFIRTON FINCHLQR, JR.
CANTON, GEORGIA '
In this, his first and last year with us, Fincher has shown a willing spirit to help in all
possible ways. His pleasing personality has won for him many friends and ai reputation for
being willing always to help a friend in need.
Ilis personality is supplemented by the immeasurably high stand that he has taken in his
classes. The fierce determination to succeed that he has shown here in his preparatory school
work will surely continue to exert itself later in college and even after that in the great
sea of life, in which we are sure that he will make a marked success because of this perseverance.
Le-n VVIIH1- Lit:-rary Sm-it-ty, '27-'ESQ Vi:-v-I'r't-sith-nt, 'QSQ Y. M. F. A., '27-'2S: I'm-km-t 'Pvstalnr-nt
L,1-:tgirl-, '27-'2Ng H4-u1'9.:in, Vlnlw, 'LIT-'2N.
JAMES GARNETT, JR.
LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY i
"jim" came to us in '26 and during the two short years of his sojourn here he has made
many friends and an enviable record. No one ever asks if his name is on the coveted Senior
Privilege list, for everyone knows that it will be there. His ability is also manifested in several
branches of athletics in which he proved his ability. A sad day it will surely be when "jamey"
leaves us to return to the blue grass country and thence to Washington and Lee. That great
University will indeed be fortunate in securing such a man.
Daniel Vifebster Literary Society, '26-'27g Len XVhite Literary Society, '27-'28, Pocket Testament
l.e-apruv, '26-'27-'ZXQ Kentucky Club, '26-'27-'28g Louisville Club, '26-'27-'2R: Profvct '27-'ZRQ Corporal
Vompany "A," '27-'2Sg 'I'hird Football Team, '26, Varsity Football. '27-'ZSQ First Baseball Ti-am,
'27-'ESQ First Basketball Team, '27-'28, Swimming Team, '28,
DANIEL GILCHRIST, JR.
COURTLA ND, ALABAMA
Even though this be his first and last year with us Dan has accomplished many things.
The most outstanding of these is the unusual number of friends and admirers who have been
drawn to him because of his attractive personality, agreeable disposition, and a willingness
ever to do a kind deed for a friend.
Despite a great deal of absence on account of sickness Dan has made an excellent record
in the class room as well as in his other fields of undertaking. May the best of luck be yours,
Dan, as you leave us to venture forth to other fields of conquest!
Ls-n NVhitv Literary Society, 'IIT-'2Sg Pompany "Cl," '27-'QRQ Povlu-t Testament League, '77-'2S: Y. M.
4'. A., '27-'ZNQ Alaliama Ulub, '27-'28,
jonn M. G1L1.rzs1f112
GREE NSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA
John has been with us only one year but in that time has done many worthy things which
will live long after he goes.
As a tennis player he is unsurpassed. Many of the best players in our school have gone down
before him one after the other, for it is only a mechanical thing for john to triumph on the
C0urt. In the deeper, more important work of the class room he has shown just as much ver-
satility uf ability, always making a good record.
We mourn not alone as john leaves us, for his popularity among the ladies is a well known
thing about the campus.
'l't-mils 'l'l-nm, '27-'I!Sp Len XVhlte Lit0l'a.l'y Society, '27-'2Rg Y. M. O. A., '27-'ESQ Pocket 'l't-stnnient
Lieaguc. '27-228: Panroliuas Club, '27-'28.
Romakr CAMPBELL GILMORE, JR.
SANFORD, NORTH CAROLINA
In his two years with us, "Pete" has done many things and like Caesar, he came, he saw,
he conquered. This conquest covers practically all of his undertakings in the classroom, on the
drill field, and on the athletic fields.
Being a senior privilege man "Pete" has of course taken a high stand in his classes. Be'
cause of this and many other things he holds the high admiration and sincere friendship of
the entire faculty and student body.
His work on the track and various other athletic fields as well as in the military depart-
ment has been keenly felt and appreciated.
Y N vt' '2 -'27-'2S: Vice-President. '2Tf'2Sg Pocket '1'estamr1nt League. '26-'27-'2S3 Prof:-ct, '2T:
. . . A., 6
Som-meer Squad. '27-'2R: Track Squad. 'ZIT3 Swimming Sqtlzul, '28: Dunivl Vhllaster Litf-rziry Soc-it-ty,
'26-'2T3 Lon Vl'hlt0 Lita-1'ai'y Sm-if-ty, '27-'2Sg St-rg:-ant Fomlmny "U," '27-'2Sg f'zu'olinns Ulub, '26-'27-'2N.
WILLIAM LAWRENCE HILL, JR.
SHARON, SOUTH CAROLINA
This was one of the two representatives the state of South Carolina had at McCallie this year,
but he proved himself very capable of showing that state at its best.
His rather quiet, but congenial good nature, together with a willingness to do anything for
the good of the school have made him one of the most valuable "assets" McCallie has. His
determination to make good and will to work are qualit'es which we feel sure will never allow
him to fail in anything he undertakes. This determination will doubtless carry him far on
the seaof life. ' ' ' V - 1 ,il l lvl
Lon XVhlto l.itoru1-y Society, '27-T583 1'a,rolinas Club '27-'ZSL Y. M. F. A., '27-'28g Third Basketball
EsTEs VAUGHAN HOWARD
Estes came to us last year from Lynchburg, and ever since then he has been showing that
Lynchburg produces the type of men who are much sought for but rarely found.
His scholarship is of the highest degree of excellence, and his name may always be found
at the head of his classes.
Classes are not the only thing in which he "shines," for he can play the piano excellently,
and also is a "marked" man on the tennis court.
His amiable nature and readiness to help at all times have won for him a host of friends,
who will remember him long after he has left McCallie.
Len White Literary Society, '27, YV!-l.11dPl'l'!"S Club: '2T: Y, M. U. A., '27-'QSQ Pocket Testament
League, '27-'2Sg Sergeant Company "A." '27-'28g Tennis Squad, '22,
ALLEN CLARK JOHNSON, ja.
For many years Allen has certainly been a most necessary fixture on the athletic iields, on
the drill lield and in the class rooms of McCallie.
During the years that he has been with us at McCallie he has worked as hard as possible to
better our school in every way and has hacked all of its undertakings to the best of his ability.
His m'litary ability is shown by his coveted position on the battalion staff and by the excellent
way in which he has executed the duties of this position of honor,
The many friends that he has made are the kind that will continue to help him during all
of his career.
Vnmpaliy "D," '24:,rt'nnipai13' "V," '25g t'orp0x'i1I VOIIIDIIIIBLI "F," 'Z263 tfolor -Sergeaiit, QS: Unfit- Remus
l,ltt-rnry Sm-ii-ty, 'Lag llaniel Webster Literary Society, 'Jig Len VVh1te I.itcrary Soc-it-ty, L83 Pocket
'l'K'Sl8Illt'lll League, '25-'26-'27-'2Ng Tliiril Baseball Team, '25,
FRED KYLE ,itll-INSTON, Jia.
Of all words, the one that we think alone will describe "Frog" is "b'g" Hy this we mean
that he is really big in all things, on the gridiron, the track, the drill field and as a participant
in the greater activities of the School.
As Captain of the "Blue Tornado" of '27, he nobly led hfs team through the season with a
never dying spirit. Always be was there with a cheerful word, a bit of worthy advice, and an
unbeatable personality. His standling as an athlete is surely no new thing because for many
years he has been one of the mainstays of both the football and track teams. Many years will
pass but very few all-round men such as he will ever go forth from our midst.
Varsity Footlmll '25-'2li4'2T: Uaptziln Varsity Football, '2Tg Varsity llzise-ball Squad, '28, Vnrsitx'
Basics-timll, 'ZXQ 'I'liii'il Football Team, 'LH: Varsity 'l'rac'lt, '25-'26-'27-'28, Varsity Baseball Squad.
"H-"JS: Third Team Bust-l.rull '25: 1V1islgi-t Football, '21-'22: Fourth 'Foam Football, '23: Third 'Pm-ann
Ilasks-thall Squad, '22is'2-13 'l'hii'1l 'l'i'avk 'IR-am, '22: Uaiitain. 'Fliird 'l'rzu'lc Team, '22g Swimming 'Pm-iam.
'26-'27-'28, Vaptain Uompany "ll," '27-'2Nq Monogrnni Vluh, '25-'26-'27g l'nt-lv lit-mus liiterary Society.
'2!: .latin-s lfi-iiiiiitiiv Umipi-r, 'iii-'Zig VVmnlruw VVilson I,itt-rary Society. '25-'2lig Vice-l'resirlt-lit. '25g
7 P M
?"'llZlit', 'LIS-'1.'ig .'n-1-regtz1l'y nl' Senate, '26-'27, la-n W'hitv l.itcrai'y Society, '26-'2Tg "'l'nrnztllo" Stuff.
'2T: St-rixa-ant Uomlumy "D," '25, l'm'ki-t Testanu-nt l.eag'ue '21-'22-'23-'24-'25-'26-'27-'281 Band, 'till
Sn-on-tai'y ol' .lnnis-s lf't-niinmm www-i' liitr-i':u'y Sm-iety, '231 President, '24g Fergi-r Plat-0 t'lul.i, '25,
First Si-rgoant Company "B," '25,
,IQHN RANKIN IQELLER
GASTONIA, NORTH CAROLINA
Behold Apollo himself! Above we have the internafonally known slayer of feminine hearts
-one John Keller. As King of the Tivoli and many other like places frequented by the ladies,
john reigns supreme. VVhen an unfair Saturday afternoon campus is placed upon thfs innocent
youth many feminine hearts are very, very sad.
Not only does he excel in the above mentioned way but he takes a prominent part in the
varfous school activities and is ever willing to help a needy thing. His class records will show
that, along with his other desirable traits, he has made a creditable record in his studies,
Len NVhite Iriterary For-icty, '27-'2Hg Company "A," '27-'28g Pocket Testamont l.t-zigut-, '27-'1!Sg
Carolinas Club, '27-'28,
,IOHN WATT Krxuamrrucii
The olti "Gator" state has always been represented at .McCallie by some fine men and one
of the finest of these is VVatt. ln spite of the fact that he is far from home his longing for
former high school days does not dampen his true McCallie spirit, Although he has been with
us for only one year, he has made himself very popular with the boys as well as members of
the fairer sex of the city.
As an athlete Watt is not to be ignored for he handles a tennis racquet in a superior manner.
As time elapses he will doubtless prove himself to be a basketball player of great worth. In
his entrance, the Vniversfty of Florida will surely get a man of whom any school may well
lion XVliilc Litvr:t1'y S1 vit-ty, '27-'ESL Tliirtl 'Raisin-tball Team, 'QSQ Tennis Squad, 'ESQ Y. M. P, A.,
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FARHL BANIAMIN L'HnU1u':UX
Behold our chief claim to fame, a Sousa in the' making. I.'heureux's work in the hand and
orchestra have definitely shown him to be far out of the ordinary in this line. VVe recognize him
as one of the mainstays in these two most important organizations of our school.
Not only does he excel along musical lines, for ever since we have had the yearly minstrel he
has loaned his excellent talent to help make it a success. Farel has participated in many other
of the activities of the school and has done well in them all.
Being a student of excellent caliber he leaves a scholastic record behind him of which he
may well he proud.
llanir-l XV:-Instr-r l.it--Vary Soul--ty, '26-'271 Len VVhitv Lihvrury Souix-ty, '27-'BBQ T'o4-lu-t 'l':-stunin-nt
Ia-ngtn-, '26-'27-'2Sg Urn-ln-slrn '26-'27-'ZRQ Glaze tfluly, '26is'2T-'2N: Minstrr-I, 'ZH-'27-'ZNQ IR-nuant Store
Staff, '27-'2Sg Corporal Band, '26-'2T3 Sergeant Band, '27-'2S.
COOPER I-IOLTZCLAW MCCALL
At the end of each year there are a select group of boys in the graduating class whose
alrsenee will he felt greatly by everyone. Outstanding among these is Cooper, "The boy with
a smile supreme." Like his brother, a student of former times, Cooper has stood well in his
classes and in the regard of hoth the faculty and student body.
His true sportsmanship, his courage, and his good nature on the athlet'c field and in the
classroom will long he rememhered hy his fellow students. It is with a sad feeling that we
send you forth to the Vniversity of Virginia, Cooper. May luck he always with you!
Fifth I-'ontlnall T:-am, 243 Fourth Football 'IH-am, '25: 'Fllird Frvotlrall 'l'n'arn, '2tig First Footlrall
'l'm-am, '2Tg lloln-rt E. Lea- Literary Society, '24-'25-'263 lmnii-l XV:-luster l,itcral'y Soc-icty, '26-'27, In-n
White l.itr-rary Society, '27-'EN1 4'onmany "li" '24-'25g 4"ul'11lIl':1l Company '25s'26: Sergeant
Uonipatly "B," ':1lf'2T-'LEM l'o1'ket Testament lmavtlv, '24-'25f'2li-27-28: Som-vi' Football, 273 Studi-nt
ROBERT LEWIS MCCALLIE
'tBoh" is just another one of those reasons that prove the diversity of the McCallie family.
Being here since 1920 he has taken part in a varied portion of student activities, starting with
the grammar school play and terminating with varsity football.,
Not only has "Bob" been a loyal and ardent supporter of all school activfties, but he has
been very close to the top of the scholastic record during all of his years. He will surely
u hold the traditions of the brilliant McCallie famil ' for he has shown us that a more brilliant
student is seldom found.
Davidson may well he proud to get you, "Bob."
Robert E. Lee Literary Society, '20-'21-'22-'23-'24-'25, Secretary, '22g President, '24g Vice-President,
'L!5g Len WVhite Literary Society. '26-'27: First Sergeant, Company "D," '25-'2G3 Fifth Football Team,
'21-'22g Third Football Tearn, '26: Third Baseball Toarn, '25g Third Track Team, '24-'25-'ZGQ First
Trar-lc Tr-am, '27-'28, First Football Sqtiad, '2?g Soccer Team, '27-'28, "1'emmnt" Staff, '28, Si-c-ond
Lieutenant Company "C," '2T.
SPENCER JARNIGAN MCCALLIE, JR.
CHATTA NOOGA, TENNESSEE
"Spence" is just another splendid specimen of the McCallie family. His genial disposition
and magnetic personality have endeared him to the entire student body and faculty. Always
full of fun, 'tSpence" is ever able to settle down to real work as his scholarship record shows.
As a student monitor he has proved himself to be a rare leader of men. Likewise his splendid
judgment and business abilfty have been shown by his able management of the "Blue Tornado"
of '26, In this McCallie, Princeton will truly get a real man, one who will do credit to that
greatest of preparatory schools from which he comes.
James Fenimore Cooper Literary Society, '22g Robert E. Lee Literary Society, '23-'2-11253 Sr-cretary
and Treasurer, '2S3 President, '24-T553 VVoorlrow VVilson Literary Soviety, '26ig ln-n VVhitr+ Literary
Society, '27-'28, Grammar School Play, '233 Manager Varsity Football, '26g Monogram f'Iub, '26-'27-'2N:
Pi-nnztnt Store Staff, '26g SlECl'l'fZ'lI'y Junior Vlass, 'ZTQ Historian Senior Class, '2Ng Stuslf-nt Monitor, '23,
VVILLIAM DJXVIDSON NICCRAVEY
From the great old state of Mississippi came this youth to us this year. Again he has shown
us that many great and able men come from the "Delta" state.
ln spite of his being here only one year, "Mac," has engaged in many activities and enter-
prises. An able student he has shown that the determination and grit necessary for the long
road of life are his. This has been proved not only on the tennis court, where he shows up
well, hut in the classroom, for there he has done his greatest work and has done it in a way
to do credit to anyone. Davidson will surely receiye a good man in this one.
la-n White liiterzwy Society, '27-'ZSQ Mississippi Club, '27-'285 Tennis Squad, '27-'2S3 Por-kt-t Tcstanivnt
Loaguu, '27-'28: Y. M. C. A., '27-'28.
CHATTA NOOGA, TENNESSEE
In the dim past when "Rut" made his first appearance on the McCallie campus he pre-
sented a largely different figure than now. At this time his elongated form is a familiar sight
to the McCallie boys of the past two years. But not so in 1921, when his chief 'physical char-
acteristic was a decided chuhhiness. As one of the outstanding men on the campus, "Rut" has
acquired a wide circle of friends in which are included many of those rarities, true friends.
Um-lv Remus Literary Som-1:-ty. '21-'22: Third 'Team Football, H133 Radio Club, '233 Varsity Football,
'L:li-'Zig Vnrsitv Base-hall, '27-'2Hg Golf 'l'vnm, '26-'2'l: Serial-unit Uompany '26-'27g Faptain Vom-
pany "A," '27-'psy Glev Vinh and Minstiu-1, 'LT-'2Ng Monogram Pluh, '26-'27-'28,
DUDLEY WILLIAM MCIVER, JR.
A good many years ago came into our midst a tiny tot who was destined to do big things
at old McCallie. That youth was, and is, Dudley Mclver, small of stature but great of mind
and heart. The scope of his achievements and conquests is wide and varied, being shown on
the drill and athletfc fields and in the classroom. Last but far from least must be mentioned
his high position in the hearts of all those connected with the school. Whatever course you may
pursue, Dudley, at VVashington and Lee, you may be assured that McCallie is proud of you
and will always be behind you in any undertaking.
Sergeant-at'Arms James Fenimore Cooper' Literary Society, '25g Robert E. Lee Literary Society, '26,
Daniel VVebstcr Literary Society. '2Tg Len White Literary Socity, '28g Fifth Football Team, '25-'26,
Fourth Football Ti-am, '27g First Football Squad, '28: Track Manager, '28, Midget Basketball Team,
'27g First Basketball Squad, '23, Company '25-'26, Sergeant, '27: First Sergeant, '28, Montreat
Club. '25g Pocket Testament League, '25-'26-'27"2Sg Varsity Swimming T1-am, '27-'2S.
JAMES NORMAN MCLEOD
Two years ago, when "Jim" came to us, Jackson surely rendered a service to McCallie.
On his arrival "jim" entered into the activities of the school as well as the hearts of everyone
with a vim which is seldom seen. This unusual personality will surely bring Wonderful results
to him in later life.
Great things are predicted of him on the basketball court. A shining light on the varsfty,
we shall certainly hear of his athletic feats in the years to come. By his entrance "Ole Miss"
will gain a great deal as McCallie loses much.
Third Team Basketball, '263 Varsity Basketball, '27g Company "A," '26-'27g Color Guard, '27-'ZRQ
1'icks-tl Platoon, '27-'28g Daniel hXvt'bStf'1' Literary Society. '26-'27g Leu White Literary Society, '27-'28:
Mississippi Ulub, 'Eli-'27-'ZN1 Y. N. 1'. A.. '26-'27-'ZINQ Pm-lu-t Testament I.:-ztguv, '26-'27-'2N.
JAMES WILLIAM MARsHALL
Mmm, FLORIQA .
In his three years at McCallie, "Bill" has been an active participant in practically all the
activities of the student body. He is an unusually good Student, being especially talented in
mathematics. The enviable Senior Privilege list usually showed his name.
While not a varsity man in any sport, lhe is a very good all around athlete, and is always
one of the most ardent supporters of the team. We feel sure that such boys as "Bill" Marshall
cannot help but succeed in college, rand also in that great world of business which follows.
Daniel Webster Lltcrzu'y Society, '26-'2'l: Len White Literary Society, '27-'2Sg Pocket 'Pestanient
L1-nguo, '26-'ETJQSQ Y. M. U. A., '26-'27-'ZSQ Drum and Bugle Corps, '26-'2'lg Florida Club, '26-'27-'2K.
WALTER ADELBERT MARTING
PORTSMOUTH, orno i
"Hey! Dell" is forever being heard on the campus from reveille to taps. The reason for
this is obvious that he is an athlete without e ual, a brilliant student and a man amon men.
si n 1 u s 4 Q
On the gridiron, on the d.amond, in the classroom, and as president of our benior Class,
"Dellie" has shown to all his unusual diversity of talents and his ability to lead men.
Beside playing an invincible quarter on the Blue Tornadoes of '27 and '28 and a reliable
third on our baseball teams. "Dellie" has stood right at the top of our class ever since its
Yale will surely receive a real man in "Dellie" Matting.
President Uncle Rc-mus Literary Society, '23-'24: VI:-e-Pri-sith-nt Daniel Xvobster Lit:-rnry Sm-lt-ly,
'25g l'1'ox-ildx-lit, '26-'2Tg President Lt-n VVliitt- Literary Snell-ty, '281 President Freshman Class, '24-'25,
Pre-slclunt Junior Class, '26-'27g President Senior Glass, '27-'28, Senate, '25p Captain Fourth Football
Tunni, '233 Vaptnln Third Football 'Pc-uni, '243 Varsity lfootlmll, '26-'Z7: Third Bnsolmll Tn-um. '24-T253
Varsity Baseball, '26-'2Tp Soccer Footballl Team, '25-'26-'27g Monogram Club, '26-'27-'2N1 Marshal,
'26-'Sig Put-ln-t Tvstxrnit-nt lmnguu, '23-'24-'25-'26-'274':5SQ Pl'Hiit'l'f, '24-':5g Student Count-il, '24-'25,
Y. M. U. A., '23-'24-'25-'26-'27-'2Sg Secretary, '27-'28,
NEIL B. MIMS
Make way for "Tony,', the peanut man!
Above we have pictured the greatest single amusement of our class. Besides being noted as
an entertainer, he is also famous as one of our most versatile men.
In the short time that he was in shape, his work with the "Blue Tornado" was greatly felt
and appreciated, but due to aninjurcd hand he was kept out of the game a large part of the
season and therefore was ineligible for a letter. On the basketball court he showed up well
as a very flashy forward.
And furthermore his high stand in his classes is not to be equaled for there he was always
among the select few.
Len VVhite Literary Society, '2'T"?Sg First Football Squad, 'ZTQ First Basketball Squad, '27-'28.
VVILLIAM I'IELM NETTLES
In his two years at McCallie "Bill" has proven himself to be a fellow of diverse talents,
many in number. His cheerful smile and pleasant disposition have won for him many friends
among both the faculty and student body.
Besides being an excellent student "Bill" is an even better athlete. As a wielder of the
tennis racket he is surpassed by none. He indeed has done justice to the nickname of a second
VVilliam Tilclen. On the gridiron his work was greatly appreciated by his fellow members of
the third team.
May all success be yours, "Bill," at the University of Florida.
Third Tvam Basketball, '26-'2T: First Team Basketball, '27f'2Sg Third Tc-am Football, '27-'2Rg Tennis
Tt-am, '27-'28, Company "C," '26-'27g Company "B," '27-'ZSQ Len White- Literary Society, '26-'27-'2S:
Pocket Testament League, '26-'27-'2Sg Y. M. C. A., '26-'27-H283 Florida Club, '26-'27-'28.
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lfinvvmao 'I'HoMAs NEWICLL, Jn.
' ' CHA'l'I'ANO0GA, TENNESSEE
Back in the fall of 1924 a slight, black-haired boy str gled up the front steps to enroll as
j the famous personage-to-be that one sees above. Not one teamed at that t'me that there was
one of the future leaders of McCallie. Many times has that prophecy been shown to this day.
As captain of our tennis team, Ed has distinguished himself as one of the excellent athletes of
the school. Many are the times when he has carried his Alma Mater to much glory on the
court. As we lose, the Vniversity of Virginia will surely gain a rare specimen of manhood,
in athletics, in scholarship, and as a really popular man.
'IH-nnis 'Fe-sun, '26-'27-'2R: Faptain Tennis Team, '2,8: Third Football Team, '263 Fourth Football
Ti-am. '25g First Football Team, '27, Soccer Football Team, '25-'27-'ZSQ Baseball Squad, 'ESQ Pony-
pany "Ib," '24-'25: Corporal Voxnpuny "B," '25-'26-'2Tg Color Sergeant. '27-'28, Daniel Webster Lit-
i-rury Sm-lvty, '24-'25-'26-'27, Inn White 'hifelwtry S0031-ty, '27-'2S: Pocket Testament I.:-agua-, 24125-
'26-'ZTQ Pehllihf Store Staff, '27-'ZSQ Picked PIEIOOYI, '27-'23,
WILBUR OAKES, JR.
, ' CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE .
lt has been said that "Bobo" Carter can make more noise than any five boys in school. But
the person who said that had surely not heard VVilbur on the Golf Course, for that is where
he "shines." just ask that youngster from Tech High if you are really doubtful of his ability at
As we said before he is very noisy on the Golf Course but not so around ladies, for that's
different. VVhen they show up he's as meek as a lamb, for blondes are his weakness. In this
case it is proven that "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." Some day, as we read of him winning
the "National Open," we shall look back proudly on those long ago days at McCallie when we
went to the same classes with him.
Uncle Remus Literary Sovit-ty. '22-'23-'24-'25, Dann-l Wm-bsti-r Lita-rary Society, '25-'26-'2Tg Svvri-tary
Uncle Remus, '24-'25g I'oz'lce-t 'Fostnms-nt l.v:l2'll0, '2-1-'25-'26-'27-'ZSQ Sergeant Uompany "B," 'ZIR-
'2T-'28g Riverview Club, '26-'27-'2H: Captain of Golf Team, '26-'27,
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jlcssa CALVIN PARKS, jk.
"A thing of beauty is a joy forever." Truly, that quotation was made for Parks, otherwise
known as "Speedy," the fastest of them all.
Although he has not shone in athletics, Parks has stood for and helped all athletics for the
betterment of the school to the largest extent of his personal power. His sunny smile and cheery
disposition have won for him many friends during these last few years in which he has been
Outside of being a very good student, "Speedy" has proved himself to be one of the most
valuable members of our able golf team. As he leaves us we may state assurance that J. C.
will be an outstanding addition to any college to which he goes.
Si-11:1-:tilt t'oIIIpaIIy "A," '27-'LESQ Daniel Wt-bstor IriteI'aI'y Society '24-'25-'26-'27, Lt-n XVhitmf Literary
Soi-in-ty, '27-'28, Golt' TL-am, 'ZSJ27-T285 Soccer Squad. '26g Chattanooga Club, '24-'25-'20-BT-28.
JAMES OsCA11 PHILLIPS
This extremely quiet young lad hails from the mountains of East Tennessee. Although this
potential city is new to our knowledge of geography, we are sure that something exceptional
produced this young man. '
"Jimmy" is the commander of many friends on the campus notwithstanding his short stay
of one year. One boy was even heard to say that he liked h'm so well that he wished "Jimmy"
were twins. However, he added the request that there be but one nuke" between them.
VVith his musical and scholastic ability and the power of making friends, we predict that
"jimmy" will make Z1 great success at the Vniversity of Tennessee.
Len Vi'hitv I.iteI'nI'y So:-iety, '27-'2Ng Y. M. C. A, '27-'ZNQ Company "C," '27-'2Sg Glee Club, '3X.
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HUGH HAGAN POWEL
moxom' moum-Ars, 'riswsizssea
Our old friend, Hugh, has been with us but seven short years and in that time he has done
more than his share toward bringing about the Wonderful rise in the school. His personality
and good nature will be long remembered by his fellow students. As an athlete his achieve-
ments speak for themselves for his services on the gridiron were keenly felt and appreciated by
all. In many other activities, the name of Powel stands out prominently and we are sure that
as he goes to college he will show to outsiders just what a true McCallie man is and represents.
Povkvt 'Postztnu-nt League, '21-'22-'23-'24-'25-'26-'271 Robert E. Lee Literary So:-it-ty, '21-'22-T231
James Fenimore Cooper Literary Society, '24-'25, Woofirow Wilson 'Literary Society, '26-'2Tg Len
Whito Lite-r:u'y Sm-le-ty, '37-'28: Corporal Company "D," '22-'23, Sqrgeant Company "U," '24-'2!5:
Drum and Bugle Forps '26g Corporal Company "B," '27: Varsity Football, '26-'2Tg Fourth Tr-am
Football, '24, Third Team Football, '25: Soccer Football, '273 Varsity Track, '2S.
CHARLES PARTEE PUGH
ci-iA'rrANooGA, TENNESSEE '
Charlie is a boy who regards hunting as one of the piincipal things on which the world
revolves. On these frequent trips he never fails to bring back something to show that his time
has been well spent. His work in the classroom shows the same notable characteristic, that of
a determination to come out ahead. We are sure that this quality will carry him high above
the clouds of life and that success in all ventures will come to him. '
Vompmiy '25-'ZTJ Company "F," '27-'ZR1 Uncle Remus Literary Soviety, '25g Daniel VVQ-bster
l.lt1-rairy Soc-it-ty. '26-'...7g Lon NVliito Litt-vary Sovlvty, '28: Fourth 'Fm-ani Football, '27g S vm-r Poit-
lmll, 'ZTQ Swimming Te-mn, '2S: Tennis Squad, 'ZSQ Povkrt Testament League, '25-'26-'27-'28,
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JULIAN LOUIS REYNOLDS
Three years ago a very singular personage came into our midst-one "Squat" Reynolds.
Never in the realm of our acquaintance was there a more happy-go-lucky sort of fellow, ever
willing to do his neighbor a favor. If the sun does not rise or if there be snow in July, little
does this worthy youth care,
"Squat," as his name implies, is of rather an unusual build, it being said that both his length
and his width coincide. With all his likable traits, he is undoubtedly one of the really good
fellows in school. Wherever he may go in search of other conquests in the future all may well
be assured that success will come to him in a large measure.
Senate, '27: Student Council, '26-'27, Protect, '26g Pennant Store Staff, '251 President Danit-l Wveiistor
Litt-rary Society, '25g "Tornado" Staff, '26-'27-'28g "Pennant" Staff, '26-'27g Minstrr-I, '26-'27l28g
Manager Third. Team Football, 265 Sergeant Company "C," '26-'27-'2S.
FRANKLIN ROBERT SHAMBOUGH
Even though Franklin has been with us but one year he has taken an active part in the
school. A backer of all enterprises of the school, he has shown us a never failing school
spirit, always willing to help to the fullest extent of his abilitv.
His quiet, unassuming personality, although difficult to pierce, has made for him many friends,
all of whom are the kind who will remain loyal.
By his dauntless perseverance in his studies and all other undertakings he has shown to us
that he has the necessary metal and determination that mean marked success in later life.
Len NVhito Literary Sm-ioty, 27-'28, Company "A," '27-'ESQ Georgia Club, '27-'28.
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4 ,- Several years ago a smalii lldf fitting name as.'Step1aens,' entered school. Since that time
, H he has shown notahle growthlhbth physicaliy and mentally until now nothing can hold him.
, l On the Varsity hasehall pqirid,-'Hadlefs ability as 3 Catcher is unequaled hy anyone and
A fl when at hat the Helders do sUrGij"Yrmve'bz1Ck. -
, Being a man of few NV0lilSs'hC55.l'0lllTD1llldS an attentive lisvtener when he does choose to say
i something for all know thatfhis Words are never wasted. At the University of Tennessee he
will donhtless show up as excellently' as he his here,
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r Hlius to Concord!" All right "jake,,' it ,Wl'm't he long now! The one thing that pleases
"Jake" most is the visit to his great old Concord. Between vacations he can do nothing in his
leisure hut relive some of his childhood and adolescent pranks 'way hack in Carolina. VVe truly
helieve that somewhere "There's a C'radle'i.n Carolina" for "Jake"
' In his two years here he has endeared hirifself to many of us in every way. There will he
1 many who look hack sadly to the times when he was one of the "gang," May you have good
1 , luck at the University of North Carolina in future years, "jake"
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HENRY HAYS SWEETS, JR.
The addition of this lad to McCallie School proved to be the biggest of the year. However,
his two hundred and twenty pounds do not in the least keep him from being one of the most
active men on the campus. As humor editor of the Tornado he has made that department the
The familiar saying that, "there's nothing in a name" is anything but true in the case of
'tSweety." His .agreeable disposition and exceptionally good humor made him one of the best
liked men in school. We feel sure that Centre college will find in him one of its most popular
men and brightest students,
In-n White Lit'-retry So:-ietjr. '27-'2Sg Uompany '27-'LZSQ Pocket 'IH-stflmm-nt Imzxmlo, 'YT-'2S:
"Tornado" Staff, '27-'28g Debating: T4-nm, '28,
Here's to Talbot, the tennis star,
To McCallie he came from lands afarg
Unassuming' and always neat,
A truer friend you'llvnever meet.
He has ability to Wih great fame
And it's with pride we mention his name.
Lon VX'l1itv Literary Sm-iety. '27-'ZRQ Ka-ntun-ky Club, '27-'2Rg P1-ivate in Company "B," '27-'ESQ Y. M.
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jmms COLLINS THURMAN, JR.
CHATTA NOOCA, TENNESSEE
Above we have pictured the famous uuderstudy of the world renowned runner of the cinder
path-one "Doc" Thurman. Men with such speed, such diversity of pace, and such dauntless
driving power are indeed few on the cinder paths and gridirons of our nation. As captain of
our championship track team of '28, "Doc" has many times proved himself to be of inestimable
worth when the supremacy of the Blue and VVh1te was in doubt.
Few men have left and fewer still will leave the halls of old McCallie who carry with
them the priceless friendship and unlimited admiration of the entire student body and faculty.
.larnr-s Fr-nimorv f'oopvr Literary Society, '23-'2-13 President Jam!-s Fenimore Hooper Sm-it-ty, '2,Ig
Private in Vompany '23-'24g Corporal in Comprmy "B," '25, Private Company '2tlg Fourth
Team Football, '23-'tl-ig Third Truck Tearn, '24g Daniel NW-bstet' Literary Society, '25-'EGJLETL Presi-
dent in '25: Se-rgt-aut-at-Arms, '271 Third Team Football, '25: Firsl Term Football, '26-'ETQ First
'Frack Squad, '25-'26-'27-'2Rg Alternate Captain Football, '2Tg f'a,pt2Lln Track, '2Rg Sr-rg:-ant Major.
'26-'27-'2Sg Swimming 'IW-am, '26-'27g Monogram Ulub, '25-'26-'2T: Pocket Testauierit Loagul-, '23!-'2-l-
'25-'zzli-'27g an-miner of Relay Team that won Southern Ohauxpionship in '27.
HARRY LEE THURMAN
CHATTA NOOCA, TENNESSEE
Harry joined the ranks in '24, and immediately made himself known in the military world,
being selected as the best drilled soldier in his company that year. lle has now attained the
rank of captain.
VVith his ready smile, he has endeared himself to us all during his sojourn with us. In
his little red "Ford" there is always room for a "buddy" regardless of how many may already
be there. His numerous acquaintances among the fairer sex alone prove his outstanding pop-
ularity and good fellowship. May all success be yours in future life, Harry,
.Tamt-s Fenimore Cooper Literary Society, '24-'25-'261 Daniel VVe-luster Lil0l'ary Society, '26-'ZETQ Pom-
pany "D," '24-'25, Lieutenant r'rvm11any "TL" '26-'ZI7: Captain Company "D," '2Sg Fourth Ts-11111
J ess TURNEY
As jess leaves McCallfe this year the school loses one of the best known and most active
men who has ever entered the door of Middle Hall. Being an outstanding man on the track,
he will be greatly missed at the Sewanee and similar meets next year. Many points have
been added to McCallie's total in the times when Jess has crossed the highest bar.
He will always be remembered as an all around good fellow and a true friend. NVe sincerely
hope and have cause to believe that his life history will continue to tell the story of success it
Daniel Webster Literary Society, '24-'25g Len White Literary SocictY. '25-'269 Kentuf-ky Fluh. '24-
'25-'21i"2T-'LCNZ lmuisville Club, '24-'25-'26-'27-'ZRQ Pocket TE?8t2l1X1E'I1t lieailllv, '24-'25-'26-'27-'LEXQ Y.
M. C, A., '24-'25-'26-'27-'28g "Pennant" Staff. '26-'27-'SEQ Pennant Store Staff '26-'27g "Tornado"
Staff, '27-'ZXQ Monogram Club, '27-'28, Monitor, '27-'281 Minstrel, '26-'27-'28g Fourth Football Tr-am,
'24-'Zig Varsity Track. '24-'25-'26-'27-'ZNQ Company "A" 'Ili-'25-'ZZGg Sergeant Company "A," '27-
'ZNQ Picked Platoon, '27-'28,
EDVVARD JOHN WALKER, JR.
VVhen "Mink" came to McCallie years ago his talents were soon recognized both in athletics
and work. Since that time he has distinguished himself both on the drill field and with the
publications. As a real man of "Society" he is excelled by absolutely none. Never is there a
dance or any sort of party where t'Mink" is not.
In the years gone by we have lost very few men so valuable in every line of activity as we
shall lose in this one. He has been a shining star in everything which has happened on the
campus for many years and will surely take that stand wherever he goes. The hearts of many
will be saddened when this popular fellow of ours goes forth from our midst.
Rand, 23-'ZZ-43 Uompany '24-'25: Sergeant Foinpaiiv "U," '25-'26g Best All-Around Cadet in Pom-
pany "'l',', '25-'ziig Second Lieutenant Uompany "P," '26-'2Tg Captain Company "D," '273 Captain
Company "F," '23: Minstrvl, '24-'25-'26-'27-28: Vhcer Loader, 26-'27-'2Sg Varsity Track Squad, '2Tg
Track Te-arn, '2X: Monogram Club, '27-'2Sg "Tornado" Staff, '26g Editor-in-Chief of "Tornado" '27-
'231 Critic Demosthent-s Literary Such-ty. '26, Pocket Testament League, '23-'24-'25-'26-'27-'2S.
Wu,1,1AM '1'owNEs WA1,iuaR, ju.
Bill entered school last ycar, but in spite of his short sojourn with us, he has established
a fine record. Dependability, which he shows so often, is one of the many desirable traits that
he possesses. On the gridiron, Bill ranks ace-high. Many are the times that when a McCallie
goal line has been perilously near being crossed, he has broken down all opposition and saved
the day for his Alma Mater. As to scholarship, few surpass himg this being shown in actual
figures when the ninety club is posted. May our best wishes be with him as he saunters forth
into the realm of college life.
Ilanit-I We-hste-r Lite-rnry Soc-it-ty, '26-'27: Iwn White Ilitm-rary Sm-it-ty, '27-YS: Yau-sity Football, '26-
':T-'ENQ Y. Al. 1'. A., '20-'27-'2Ng Col'11ox'u.l Company "A," '26-'27-'28g Managm' Putman! Storm-, '2T:
Manzifzs-r Gymnasium, '27-'ZRQ Monogram Vlub. '26-'27-'28,
VVIIITLOW BETTERTON VVALLACE
CHATTA NOOGA, TE N N ESSE E
VVhitlnw is truly one of the "charter members" of the class of '28, Ever since anyone can
remember he has been right here on the job, ever ready to lend a willing hand to help a fellow
student. Many of the activities of the school have claimed his worthy services in past years.
Although not a great athlete, VVhitlow has helped to push many a McCallie team to success
in victory by his sincere and whole-hearted backing of the teams.
Behind a somewhat reserved bearing is found a keen and enjoyable wit, a friendly nature, and
a sincere personality.
Ifnvlt- lit-mus l.it+'l'ary Sovit-ty. '24: XVoo1lrow XX'ilson I.itex':iry Society, '25-'illlg Daniel NVQ-hsxtt-r I,it-
4-rziry Society. 'ZTQ Pm-kt-t 'l'n-stzunmsut l.euf-:'um- '24-'25-'26-'27-'28,
FREDERICK WESSELS, III.
In spite of the fact that Fred came to us only last year he has done many things' of which
anyone might well be proud. As possessor of perhaps the most extensive vocabulary in school
he has many times usecl his argumentative powers to defend some theory or idea in which he
most arclently believed. I
Also, Fred has taken a good stand in his classes and has 'achieved many things in the lit-
erary fields open to him. He leaves behind him many friends who will continue to be friends
on through many roads of life.
lion VVhitc- lritn-1':u'y Soc-ioty. '26-'27-'BRC Y. Ill. P. A., '26-'27-'2R1 Pocket Testament League-, '26-'27-
'ZXQ Company "A," '26-'ZT-'281 Gelrgia, Club, '26-'27-'28,
'l'HoMAs HENRY WATKINS
Having been here for four years "Tom" is one of the really "old menl' of McCallie. In that
time he has proved h'mself to be of great worth as a member of the junior football team and
of the track team. He first distinguished himself by winning the cross-country race in his
junior year and has kept that reputation as a member of the regular team.
As a scholar, he has shown that few are above him since he is an established member of the
Senior Privilege Group. The I'nivers'ty of Virginia will certainly receive a well-rounded man
as Tom enters. His worth will clouhtless he soon recognized by all.
la-n Whitt- l.itoi'ary So:-ii-ty. '24-'253 .Ianni-S Ft-nimore fkmpor Literary Society, '25-'2li: Daniel Wuh-
stor Litn-rary Society, '26-'2T: Fifth Football Team, '24: Captain Fourth Football Team, '2b: Third
l-'oollmll 'IR-ani, '2T: Varsity 'Frat-k Squad, '27-'2R: lllono2'ra11i Club, '27-'ZSQ Fompany "D," '24-'25:
Svrgi-urit Company "D," '25: l.ieuti-nam Vonipuiiy "D" '2Tg Mississippi Flub, '24-'25-'26-'27, Y. M.
C. A., '24-'25-'26-'27, Prcfect, '273 Pennant Sturt- Staff, '26-'27.
CLIFFoRn DUBosE WHITE
"All aboard for Sparta" is the battle cry of this youth, straight from the wilds of Georgia.
Forever we are being shown how "those Georgia boys would do that."
As a protege of our noted Zack VVheat, he is surpassed by few when it comes to playing
the position of catcher in our national sport-baseball. That ever reliable peg to second has
many times saved the day for old McCallie.
During his few years at McCallie, "Clif" has made many friendships, many of which
will go with him on through the highways and byways of life. At the University of Georgia
we are sure that he will display the same qualities for leadership and will acquire as much
success as he has here. .
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JOHN MARSHAI.I. CALLAWAY
FRANK STAMPER CARDEN, JR.
JAMES CASON, JR.
WALTER REES CHAMBERLAIN
RALPH VVILLIAM CLEMONS
CHARLES DAVIIJ COLIJWELL
FELIX FISHER COLLINS
HARRY NICLVIILLAN DANIEI,
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ROBERT XVESLEY DRANE, JR
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CURTIS PRESTON HALL, JR.
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ALBEMARLE, NORTH CAROLINA
RICHARD LOWRY HILLER
WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA
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WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA
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CHARLES EARNEST MOORE, jR.
CHARLO'I"I'IZ, NORTH CAROLINA
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DANIELS, A ............... Sf-rand Lieutenant
VENABLE, W. ......... Srcand Lifutenant
MCIVER, D., First Sergeant
MCCALLIE, T. FRANK FLETCHER
BowI.Es MAGILL DowLER, F.
LANIJIS CHAPMAN PATTERSON
STEELE CAMPBELL, S. ALLISON, J.
MILLER, H. DURANIJ, F MORGAN
ROBERSON SENTER BUTLER, E.
MITCHELL, j. TATUM BENTLEY
LAWSON HILLIARD HARGRAVES
WooTEN STOKES DOWLER, W.
KIRKPATRICK ALExANnER BICKERS, K.
GILCHRIST IIENDER GILLETT
BALLARD, F. MCIVER, H. CLINE
SAVAGE, H. HEMPIIILL ALLEN, M.
PUGH, R. PIGGERS, S. CHIVINGTON
BRYAN, E. NEELY DICKERSON
JOHNSTON, J. GWIN, M. WAITE
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CORPORAL DRANE, Rau Drum
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PRIVATE CAS'I'I.IiS, Cornrf
PRIVATE MOORE, Corm-1
PRIVATE BARBER, Clorinrl
SERGEANT DAVIS, B., Saxophonr, ullro
CORPORAL LOVEMAN, Clarinrl
PRIVATE IIILL, O., Cornrl
PRIVATE BowLEs, T., Saxophonr, .-1110
PRIVATE BROAIJIIURST, Saxophono, Barilonf'
PRIVATE GARNETT, T., Saxophonr, "C" Melody
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PRIVATE WEsTERooR, Corfu-1
PRIVATE MCIVER, L, Cornet
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MILLER, R., Saxophonr, I-lllo
VVALKER, A., Saxophone, Tenor
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Under the able direction of Coach Gritlin, Director of Athletics and Head
Couch of Football, these men, proven athletes of excellence in the South's fore-
most colleges, have enjoyed an enviable success in their respective sports. lNIr.
Griffin, hir. Braswell, hlr. Harris, N111 Sager and N111 VVren will long be re-
inenibered by the friends and students of lllccallie as producers of never-to-be-
forgotten athletic teams. lllziy they continue to have such success in the future.
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The town boys started practicing on Monday, Au-
gust 29iil, and put in a good week's work before school
really started. The dormitory boys then arrived and
the whole team got down to real work. The Tornado
made great progress under the able leadership of Head
Coach Griffin and "Bob" Braswell as line coach. On
Friday, September 23, the Blue Tornado swept out of
town hound for Atlanta, Ga., where the first game of
thc season was played on foreign soil, Saturday, with
the strong Tech High team stacking up a score of 21
to o. This score certainly did not portray the true
amount of fight and spirit which the Tornado had that
day, because they lost to a far heavier and more ex-
perienced team, made up of not a few stars. The sec-
ond game was with our great rival, the Darlington
School, who had a marvelous team this year. This con-
test was one of the closest games of the year, and re-
sulted in a 7 to 0 win for the Tornado. Captain "Frog"
Johnston led his team splendiclly, and late in the second
quarter made the lone score with an off-tackle play, and
he then drop-kicked the seventh point. On the next
Friday the second trip was made to Sweetwater, where
McCallie played T. M. I. This proved to be the be-
ginning of a long line of hard breaks for the team,
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when "Frog" Johnston sulfered a broken shoulder, but
the team came back nobly and downed the Cadets,
26 to o. The Tornado again proved superior to visitors
on Friday, October 14th, when the team from Deshler
School of Tnscumbia invaded and were defeated, 39
to 0. Although Johnston was out of the game, splendid
work by the whole team, with exceptionally good speed
work by "Doc" Thurman, gave them victory. Again
misfortune haunted the team when Thurman twisted
his ankle severely in the second play of the game with
the Asheville Boys' School in Asheville, on October 21.
Asheville had a splendid team of experienced, heavy
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men, and the Tornado, greatly hampered by the ab-
sence of both Johnston and Thurman, did well to score,
making the count 21 to 6 with Asheville on the long end.
Then came the first city league game, which was with
Chattanooga lligh School. The Blue team was com-
pletely off form, with several men crippled, and the
Maroon aggregation came through with a splendid ex-
hibition of good football, winning 24. to o. Two weeks
of hard preparation then for the last two games of the
season, and probably the hardest two games staged.
On November II the Tornado journeyed to Knox-
ville, accompanied by a loyal number of students and
JACOBS W. Burusn
friencls. The Trojans emerged victorious, chalking two
touchdowns and three safeties for a total of I9 points.
Then came the week of the great game, with alumni
and student body on edge for the struggle with the
Red. One more, and probably the hardest blow yet,
came in the first play of the game, in fact on the kick-
off, when Russell Tate, fullback, suffered a severe frac-
ture of the shoulder. Mark VVilson very capably took
his place, but Russell's absence handicapped us, and
Baylor came out on top, 20 to 7. The star of the
game was the Blue captain, "Frog" Johnston, and
"Froggie" certainly made a name for himself with his
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wonderful ground gaining and the touchdown which
he made almost alone. The team had one of the hard-
est schedules this year that a McCallie team has ever
had, and it is to be congratulated on the spirit shown,
although fighting against great odds.
The letter men this year were as follows: Johnston
Ccaptainj, Thurman falternate captainl, McKinney,
Jacobs, Walker, Logan fcaptain-electl, Carter, Fergu-
son, VVatson, Tate falternate captain-electl, Marting,
Gillespie, Butler, Hunt, Powel, Galloway, Durand,
VVilson, Crockett, and Newton Dicks as manager of the
A. CARTER W. WALKER
Bill Butler, playing his last season for McCallie,
certainly lived up to his reputation as a fighter, and
Bill may well he proud of 'the record he has made this
year. Vol Ferguson was ever powerful in the line,
and was always in the midst of the fight. Bill VValker
was another tower of strength in the line, although
handicapped at times hy injuries. john Logan, captain-
eleet, certainly made a commendahle record at center,
and we may well expect great things from him as
captain next year. "Boho" Carter, coming with ex-
perience from last year, well earned his place on the
second all-city eleven hy his tight alone, not speaking
H. Powri, WATSON
of his ahility and spirit. Jacobs was another tower
of strength in the line, and deserved his place on the
second all-city eleven. VVatson, a new man with us
this year, proved himself a true McCallie fighter, and
our best wishes go with him. "Red" Gillespie was
certainly a splendid product of our neighboring city,
Knoxville, always taking his place with the very great-
est willingness to fight. "Dellie" Marting showed him-
self to he a real runner this year, playing in johnston's
position, and we are sure he will he greatly missed on
next year's team. "Doc" Thurman, although handi-
capped by injuries, lived up to his reputation as a
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"speed merchant" and made some beautiful runs, and
also ran splendid interference for his running mate.
Russell Tate was certainly a "find" this year, and hut
for a bit of hard luck on the Hrst play of the Baylor
game, he would have proved himself to he supreme
as a fullback. VVe expect great things of Russell as
alternate captain next year. The captain, "Froggie"
Johnston," led his team well throughout the season,
and earned his place on all-city by his wonderful work
in the Baylor game. Russell McKinney was changed
to the position of end this year, and many times in his
new role his speed and willingness to fight pushed the
Tornado on for a good gain. Paxson Hunt is noted
for throwing and receiving in the past, and his ability
did not fail this year, for he interrupted a pass in the
Asheville game which led to a touchdown. Hugh Powel
is the kind of a man on whom you can always depend
to give his all to his team and to his Alma Mater, and
this year was no exception for Hugh. Jim Galloway
played football this year with his same fight and will-
ingness to work hard for his team. Harry Durand was
one of the very efhcient ends this year, and served in his
position well. hflark Wilson is a man always ready to
go in and give all he has, and we expect great things
of Mark next year. Crockett, a new-comer this year,
was a true fighter, and the time never came when he
laid down on the job.
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lUcCallie was the first school in Chattanooga and in this section
of the country to have a soccer team. Her teams have always made a
good showing. "Red" Gillespie is captain of the team, and has the very
capable support of several last year letter men and of several new boys
who are at lNIcCallie for their first year.
On February IO the team made a trip to Gainesville, Ga., where
they played the Riverside Academy. On the following day the "Tor-
nado" played the Atlanta Soccer Club in Atlanta. The results show that
they played a hard game and showed a marked degree of efficiency. A
very spectacular game is expected when Riverside meets McCallie on
her own field in a few weeks.
A great deal of the credit for the success of the team goes to lylr.
Harris, who is directing the team this year.
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letter men back in harness and one of these
Captain Russell Tate, handicapped by a col-
lar bone broken in the Baylor football
game, McCallie after a slow start has at
last hit her stride, and as 'the Annual goes
to press is rounding out the final games in
preparation for the Dixie Interscholastic
Meet sponsored by the Chattanooga Times.
Russell Tate and Paxson Hunt are the
only monogram men returning from last
year's squad, the remainder of the team
playing their first year on the varsity squad
Duncan and Breitenbucher form the regu
lar forward combination, with jim McLeod
in reserve for either a forward or center
James Garnett has been jumping center
for the Blue team, and has found himself
after a poor start Watson and Tate form
a tight defensive combination at the guard
positions and their work has been outstand
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team s attacks, being the most accurate shot
on the Hoor Fisher, the third guard, was
out the first of the season with measles, but
will be in shape for the closing battles of
the year Scholarship deficiencies took
Baily and Hunt oil' the squad for a time,
but Baily is back in trim after completing
some back work
Others of the squad include Hudson,
Talbot DuPre, and Mitchell, who have all
seen service in some games
The season schedule for the Blue includes
games with Chickamauga, City High, Cen-
tral, Notre Dame, Bradley, T. M. I., Dar-
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with the Dixie tourney at the Memorial
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Vllinning the lirzzt city championship since 1923 for
McCallie. the 1927 team, starting slowly, developed
into one of the best teams which has ever represented
the Ridge school on the cinder paths, and restored Mc-
Callie to her old place at the top of the heap. From
the time the city track meet was started some fifteen
years ago, through 1921, an unbroken string of triumphs
was registered for the Blue and VVhite. Baylor broke
the chain the following year, but McCallie came back
to win in 1923. Three Baylor victories then followed
after which the Blue, nnder Coach Gritlin, regained
the place it had held for so long.
ln the Baylor relays the McC'allie teams finished
second in the 440-yard relay and third in the 880.
Journeying south to the Southern Relays at Georgia
'l'ech, McCallie captured third place in both the half-
mile and mile events.
Two victories in dual meets were chalked up over
Baylor and Boys' High of Atlanta by close margins,
the victory over the Cadets being undecided until the
final event had been run.
At the Southern Championship meet, held at Sewanee,
McCallie finished third in a field of twenty-one schools
and ran up 21 1-2 points. ln addition, the half-mile
relay quartet won the championship of the South.
The city championship was won handily by Mc-
Callie in the final meet of the season with a twenty-
point lead, Baylor, City, and Central being closely
grouped for the other three places.
The work of Johnston and Thurman in the dashes
was outstanding, both setting new school records for
the loo and 220. Each covered the distances during
the season in xo 1-5 and 23 2-5. In addition, Thur-
man set a new school and city record of zo feet, 9 1-2
inches in the running broad jump. Thurman also won
individual honors in the city meet with I3 points.
Tate also set a new school record in the discus
throw, with a heave of II3 feet, 9 inches. Jacobs' time
of 4 minutes, 50 seconds in the mile, while not equalling
the record, was the best a McCallie athlete has turned
in since the days of Bill Stutz.
Milligan in the pole vault, half-mile and relay, and
Turney in the high jump, were responsible for many
points of McCallie's total. Drane, Smith, and Daniels
added points in the relays, with Daniels also running
in the 440. VVatkins, who was the first non-letter man
to finish in the cross-country, was awarded a monogram,
and ran the half-mile in several meets.
Captain Flowers, the quarter-miler, had the mis-
fortune to break his leg at the start of the season and
was unable to compete, but was at practice every day
lending his support.
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Practice was started soon after the mid-year examinations, under the leadership of Mr. VVren
as coach. Very soon the spring air was resounding with the noise of practice as the IQ27 nine
started its season. In a few weeks a very acceptable team was whipped into shape, with Stuart
Mitchell as its captain. The letter men who were back included Stuart Mitchell, Boh Urihhle,
and Reed Latham. The team made several good trips, including one three-day trip to Atlanta,
to play the Tech freshmen, stopping enroute to play the Darlington School of Rome. The leading
hitters on the team were Mitchell, Grihhle, and Latham, who furnished many a timely hit when
it was needed. Bob Grihble, the team's most effective moundsman pitched several splendid games.
Baily, a new man last year, also showed up well on the mound, and when occasion demanded he
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with an equal degree of proficiency. Mitchell, in addition to his duties as captain, held down
his old position at first, having had much experience from former seasons. Latham was one of W
the best shortstops developed in McCallie in many years, always playing his position with the
necessary fight and spirit. ,Marting, playing his first season on the varsity, showed up well I fi
at "the hat corner" and also in the outfield. Gillespie was a very important cog in the machine I
at the "keystone," and was elected as the captain of the 1928 team. jackson served well as utility '
man, playing both second and in the outfield. Bill Harris was manager of the team. Although I
not a championship team, the members fought hard and always did their best for McCallie. I
We are sure that the 1928 season will be a great success under the leadership of Captain Gillespie. l
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The Young Menis Christian Association
Being the only organization in school which is run entirely by the
students, the Y. bl. C. A. undoubtedly does the foremost Christian
work of the school. Evening prayers are conducted on Sunday nights by
the officers of the Association. Frequently speakers come out from town
to talk to the boys. The HY" room in Douglas Hall, with its news-
papers, magazines and games, is a very popular place on rainy days for
the boys to gather.
Several of the oH'icers of the Y. RI. C. A. went to Lenoir City to the
"Hi-YU conference this year, bringing back with them many new ideas
for the improvement of the association.
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Now in its fifteenth year at lIcCz1llie, the Pocket ,l1CStZlll1Cl1t League
ranks as one of the outstanding school organizations for the formation of
Christian Character and leadership.
To be il member 21 boy must carry his pocket Testament with him
wherever he goes and must read one chapter each day from it.
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MOUNTAIN LAUREL SI-IORTENING
JACOB REED'S SONS
FOUNDED I824 BY ,IACOB REED
OLDEST UNIFORM MANUFACTURING HOUSE IN THE
Students of leading military schools and colleges in this country are out-
A fitted in Reed's uniforms.
The uniforms wom by the students of McCallie School are finished ex-
amples of the quality, finish and workmanship of Reecl's productions.
JACOB REED'S SONS
KNOEDLER Br MEREDITH
SEVENTH AND CHESTNUT S'rau:'rs
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DAVIDSON CLOTHING COMPANY
HARRIS If HOCSHEAD
MILLER BROS. COMPANY '
S. T. at W. A. DEWEES COMPANY
STERCHI BROS. SI FOWLER
FULMER REEVES as. WARE
W. E PISCHER at BRO. COMPANY
TAYLOR'S STYLE SHOP
T. H. PAYNE COMPANY
HARDIE ar CAUDLE
MEYER-LEACH JEWELRY COMPANY
ROGERS BAILEY HARDWARE COMPANY
D. B. LOVEMAN COMPANY
JAMES M. SHAW COMPANY
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Main 328 614 Market St.
C COMPLIMENTS OF
0mP311Y J. H. LoNAs COMPANY
Drug Sundries, Stationery, Tobacco, Sodas
Candies. Curb Service
328 VINE ST. M. 2688
THE BIKE SHOP
Iver johnson Agent
117 West 6th st.. M. 5415
Oslaorn Furniture Co.
THE READ HOUSE
DR. W. H. EMIG
1094 MCCALLIE AVENUE
TAKE CARE OF THAT
OLD MAN, BOY!
An old fellow like him, you know,
has to be looked after by somebody,
and it might as well be you.
The old man referred to is yourself-Iifty
years from now. That's A long time off,
but nevertheless a time that's 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 old man. The
best way to do it is with the Provident En-
dowment Policy, falling due at the age of
65. By taking it while you are young you
get the benefit of a low rate.
PROVIDENT LIFE fd
Are the Owneligolgefli-:i.iANcE Lira CG.
JOHN E. GILBREATH, General Agent
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FROM THE. OF
Retall Fl.OI'1SfS A
227 EAST ELEVENTH ST.
E. C. ROACH
2212 MCCALLIE AVENUE
E. B. Miller E8 Co.
MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS
Hawk Brand Overalls, Work Shirts
Gloves and Work Pants
Made in Chattanooga and sold by all the
best stores in the city.
CALL FOR THEM
Hemlock 215 7
Cedar and Novelty
e cover for
was created by
The DAVID I.
2857 N. Western Avenue
6-, mu., ma
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CHATTANOOGA TENN. it SPOCARI, ALABAMA
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WARRIOR CEMENT CDRPORATION
Smoked with Sweet
J. H. ALLISON Ee? COMPANY
COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF
Hassler Brothers NATIONAL LIFE
Auto Service Station QF VERMQNT
U. S. Inspection in All Departments
BI6 CHESTNUT ST MAIN 3936 T. C. THOMPSON, Manager
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ATHLETIC AND SPORTING GOODS
706 CHERRY STREET
PHONE MAIN 998
M. T. GWIN
1300 Dobbs AVENUE
Hemlock 21 I
"SEE US WHEN IN NEED OF
C. H. Quinn fe? Co.
REAL ESTATE AND
The Volunteer State
Llfe Insurance CO.
706 WALNUT STREET
Main 1975 CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
Signal Mgizlnzrin, Overlooking
Special Winter Rates Until May I 826-27 jmns Buu.mNc
550 PER MoN'rH ,
EUROPEAN PLAN CAFE
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Tlmose motorists have
found it to be--after rig- 4
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4 CHATTANOOGA CGMPANY 4
2 ,oi MARK K. WILSON 2
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ON BATTLEFIELD OF MISSIONARY RIDGE
Founded by Rev. T. H. McCallie. D.D.
We believe in our students. They are the
best advertisement McCallie has. That's .
why we advertise in their annual.
FOR ATTRACTIVELY ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
S. J. MCCALLIE, M.A., Ped.D.
J. P. IVICCALLIE., M.A., Ph.D.
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Our Slogan is Quality
Our Purpose il to Render
C0mPany acu.winm.ngii1.iii 5.ll.fi'i:f 'ima ur
2511 VANCE Ava. Hsu. I66
FOR SNAPPY TAILORING
Alterations and Repairing a
GASOLINE AND MOTOR
-THE OLD STAR LAUNDRY
Has Been Laundering for the Third Generation
and Doing It Well
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Righl on Time
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ROLLING REPAIR SHOP
'T ' BRING 'EM IN AT 9:00
Al Your Servzcc GET ,EM AT 5:00
DUNCAN 8: DODDS ' fwf-
HEM- 2962 Englerth Photo Supply Co.
T152 f'Il0l'I'X Strom-t M. 2050
McCallie Boys Are Always Welcome
The eacl House
Cftyzs' Cfvfc Center
AMERICAN HOTELS CORPORATION
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Franklin Motor Co.
1225- road Street
Store for Men
DISTRIBUTORS OF Suits to Order, 325.00
FRANKLIN MOTOR CARS
3' B "Clothes Thai Arc Made Better
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WILL SI-IEPI-IERIJ, Publisher
EVERY FRIDAY Fon EVERYBQDY
COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS or
NEWELL SANITARIUM DR, C, E, BYINGTQN
C. V. BROWN 6: BRO. C. A. LEAVITT
Real Estate Union geiIxi:':lLA3'gei1xiEurance
Insurance' Rents' Loans sos 5EiJIi:r3:iilIi35gIdg.
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Phone Hemlock 55
1512 East Main st.
COMPLIMENTS or COMPLIMENTS or
A FRIEND DR. J. L. BIBB
Conmmms os Tennessee River Milling Co.
V Distributors ot
GREETA WERT SCHOOL Monash! Bend Products
M7 VINE STREET Real Flour and Chicken Feed
BEEN DOING l'r SINCE l9II COMPUMENTS OF
We .I',3',f.lZite?S..3?..2'.Z3'23..?,5.ZI2'et'c Nick.A-Jack Hosiery Mills
Chattanooga Button and Badge Co. CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE
COMPLIMENTS or COMPUMEN-rs 0,
A FRIEND BRAINERD GREENHOUSES
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CI-IA'rI'ANooGA BANK BUILDING
Delightful Places to Eat
SODAS, CANDIES AND
Ask for the McCallie Special a
EVERGREENS AND FLOWERING
E.As'r or MISSION RIDGE
U PHONE HIaMI.ocIc 297
"On Fountain Square"
"THE HOUSE OF SWEETS"
Watts Portrait Co
711W MARKET ST.
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MILLS br LUPTON SUPPLY Co. TE.MPI..ETON'S'
Chattanooga., Tennessee Jewelers
Agents for Johns-Manville Roofing I2 Wal Eighth Sl-
WESTINGHOUSE AGENT-JOBBERS ufusl O17 Marker"
SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, TENN.
JOHN F. CARDEN
D. A. LANDRESS
Phoenix Mutual Life Ins. Co
414 Vine Street
"Everything Good to Eat"
V PIIOIIES Mahi 1234, 567, 235
THE WHEELS OF
Are under your street car. Community
growth depends on efficient and ample i
street railway service-the growth of the
street railway depends on your patronage.
Ride the trolley to and from town and
help Chattanooga grow. Too, the street
car is safe.
The Tennessee Electric
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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ousted coffee, which might b
months old. would be as fresh as
VACUUM CUP BLEND
Packed in An Alr Ti ht Can u -
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PHOTOGRAPHIC ' FOR ECGNOMY
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
O cooK. HEAT
School Groups and Portraits AND
A Specially FREEZE
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The Clme Stuchos
I2 Ferger Bldg. QUICK. CLEAN
CHATTANOOGA, TENN. DEPENDABLE
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"THE CREAM OF THE TOWN"
Mertins-French COMPLIMENTS OF
Cleaning Co. Archer Paper Co.
We Clean and Dye Everything 1 124-26 MARKET ST'
MMN 1551, 1557, 4530
LEADERS IN THEIR LINE
LOOKOUT PLANING MILLS
W. S. Dickey Clay I. B. Merriam Coal
Mfg. Co. Company
"25 Years Successful Business"
MANUFACTURERS OF WHOLESALE-RETAIL
CLAY PRODUCTS COAL AND COKE
Corwin EAs'r I0'rH AND Hous'roN STS.
CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Main 105' 15.2
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GAGER LIME Ea" MFG. CO.
607 PROVIDENT Bu1LmNc.
Our Complete Shop at Your Door Fea-
tures the Modern Way of Doing
COMPLIMENTS Small Jobs
or W. D. Swaim fd' Co.
lI5 Wnsr 61-1-1 ST. MAIN 3634
"Our Work Pays Because It Stays"
An Elementary School for
Boys and Girls from Kincler-
garten to the Sixth Grade
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BECOME BEAUTIFUL ANKLES
WHEN THEY WEAR
Women who are particular
to "count the cost" have
found in Arrowhead Ankle-
Clinging Hosiery a pleasing
combination of beauty.
smartness and genuine econ-
Men find Arrowhead socks
to be trim and smart in ap-
pearance, Marathon-like in
wearing quality and eco-
nomical in the "long run."
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RICHMOND HOSIERY MILLS
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Water Tube BoiIers and Horizontal
Return TuIJuIar Boilers
STEEL CASINGS, STACKS, TANKS, TOWERS AND STRUCTURAL STEEL
AND STEEL PLATE WORK
The WEIISII and Weidner BOI.1eI' CO.
MAIN OFFICE AND PLANT
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