McCallie High School - Pennant Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)

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HEADMASTER "Professor," as he is known fo all fhe boys, is a graduafe of Soulhweslern and a posf-graduafe sludenf of fhe Universify of Chicago, He has been a leader in Soufhern educational circles 'For many years and is largely responsible for ihe high posifion fhal' McCallie holds among 'Phe secondary schools of fhe Soufh. Everyone loves him as a frue scholar, a humorisf, and a Chris- iian genfleman. I HEAUMASTEHS DR. JAMES PARK McCALLIE B.A., M.A., Ph.D., LL.D. HEADMASTER "Doc+or," who has been a headmasfer of McCallie since il was founded in I905, is a gracluafe of ihe Universify of Virginia. Here he fool: a doc+or's degree in his chief hobbyg As+ronomy. He leaches Senior Bible and Algebra in addifion 'lo his numerous ofher dulies as a co-head of 'lhe school. The siudenfs look lo him as a +rue friend in Hme of 'rrouble and as one who is never foo busy fo lend a helping hand. He is an adviser. a builder, and a devou'r churchman. I121 FAC I.'I'Y DR. ,FHOMAS EIJVVARD PECK YVOODS flssoziialn Ilwadmastfr, Ilead of Bible Df'parll11f'nt DR. JAMES LEVVIS HIRE Srfzool Physifimz RICHARD LEE SAGER Ilrad of Malfznzzzzzlics Dl'f7llfflllL'Ill ARTHUR LEE BURNS Ilmd of 4M0l1f'I'll Langzulgf Dffjrarinzenf E CA1fTA1N H ERRERT P. IDUNLAP Conzmzuzdazzt, .rlssiytazzt Busincys Mazzager YVILLIAM VVALLACE PURDY Ilwad of Sfiwzfe and Mzzsif Iiepzzrtnzmts QIHALBIERS RI. S. RICILW'AINE Dirrclor of fllhlelics, Instructor in Mathematics .KENNETH HOUSTON HOXVARIJ Ilwad of History Ilcpartmrnt, Ilmfl Coafh SPENQER JARNAGIN NICCALLIE, JR. Ill.YfI'1lff0I' in Ilislory and Mzltlzeznalics ROBERT LEw1s NICCALLIE Insfruftor in English FACULTY NV1I.1.1A.x1 LAURENS PRESSLY Hvad of English Drjfartfzzzvzt NI.-XRSH.-XLI, JACKSON FLOXYERS, JR. Inslrurlor in Spanixh and .MI'l'!IHlliI'Ill Drafwing, .'l5.vi.flanI Coarlz XVILLIANI ANDERSON VEN.xm.12 Ilfad of Lafin Dfjmrimflzt NIUSEPH RHEA EARNEST Inxtruclor in Ifngfislf, Iiazzdfzzzlsizv' NEILL MQKAY XVAxTsuN Ilmd of Commrrfinl and Pulzlif' Spwzzkizzy Dffrartflzwnlx CQJNVERSE ARR.xHAx.x1 IJAYIS, QIR. Instructor in MHfflI'lI1llfil'J, .I.v5i5l11nl Cflllffl T1fifJ.Xl.'XS EUGENE Kwv Inslrudnr in Iflzglixfz, Ilwad nf Ifiuc qlrls IJ1'f7!ll'f!lIl'lIf CHARLES IREYS IDIEIH, Ilrad of Junior SIIIIHII, llzstrurirn' in fl-llfffijfl GEQJRCPE FREDIZRLCR f'Il'1X1l'HRl2Y In.vIr1u'lor in Junior SFIIUUI HCJR.ACIi XVILSON IQAPFR Irlslruftor in Englisfz ami Hislory ll? UFFIIIE STAFF CHARLES HAMILTON Bzisilzcxss Jllanaycr AIRS. B. C. ROPER Bursar CHARLES IXICDOWELL .-Ixsistant in flfhlvlics, Director of Night Study Hall Miss ZELLA XVOOIJS Recorder Mlss RIAE JONES Rrsidrnt Nurse in Charge of thc' Infirmary MRS. XV. S. RICCLAIN School Ilostms, Matron, S1l17f'l"Zt'i50?' of Laundry Miss CORA PERRY .rlysistafzt Librarian Miss RIARY BELL Goonwm flssistanl Bursar Miss DEBORAH PATTERSON Dietitian AIRS. I. C. RIINICK Instructor in Puhlic Sjrcaking and Dramatic: Miss MARY LOUISE BATEY -ilssistant in Junior School and Instrumental Music E141 THE CLASSES '36, "B" Football. '37. '38, Varsity Football, '39, Ban' SE IUH CLASS UFFIEEHS Ihr-,rr Imran McC.xr.r.rr2 crrrrr"r'.xxo0r:.x, 'r ri xx. fa. Enrolled Sept. '33, Frith Footlwall. '33. '34, lfrfrlr l3a:Lrt- hall. '34. '35, Fourth Football. '35, lfourrh Hasltctlwall. '36, Varsity Footlvall, '37. '38, '39: Varsity Sor'r'tr. '37, '38, "B" Track, '37, Honorary Captain Varsity Football. '39, Corporal Company "C". '35. '36. '37, First Sergrant Company "B", '37, '38, Captain and Ad-iutarrt, '38, '39, Picked Platoon, '36, Host Drillvd Company. '33f'3-l. '35- '36. '37-'38, Nlinstrel. '34. '35, '36. '37, Iunior Glcc Clulv. '33, '34. '35, Drarnatics. '38. '39, '40, Prrsidcrrt Senior Class, '39-'40, President Koo Kio, '39f'40: Chair- man Nlissionary Committee. '3'9f'-40, Honorarv Captain and Adjutant. '39-'40, Nlrlrtary lidrror' of the PENNANT. '39f'40, Vice-President Nlonograrn Club. '39f'40. O IRI . .. . 1l.... lfrrrollcd Sept, '35, Prrvatc, Company "ll", '36f'37, Corporal. Company HC". '38, Sergc-ant. Company UQ". '39, Captain, Company '40, Special Drill. '38-'39, Nlinstrcl. '38-'40, Freshrnan Senator. '40, Sophomore Son- ator. '38, Senior Senator, '40, lnterrrrediate Hilvle Award. '39, Asmociato Fdrtor. Tnrnrrrlrr, '40, Vice-Pro-rdrnt. Senior Class, '40, lridrtor-infChrt-f. PliNNAN'1', '40, Koo Kro. '4U. .X .L J. ll-,NX. lirrrollcd Sept. '34, Fifth Football, '34, Third Football. ketball, '34-'35, '35-'36, Bascball, '35, Third Track, '36, Varsity Track. '37. '38. '39, Captain Varsity Trask Tram. '40, Boxing, '36-'37. '37-'38. '38-'39, Corporal. '36-'37. '37-'38, Sergeant. '38-'39, Nlajor- of Battalion. '39'40, Stnatc, '37A'38, '38-'39, President of Scnalv. '39f'40, PITNNANT Staff. '39-'40, hlonogranr Cluh. '39f 40, Nlisfronary Committee, '39f'40, Kr-o Km, '39f'40, Secretary and Treasurer of Scnior Claw. '39-'40. l17J 'fi 1. JF.. . . "1 -, 3'-'. f -4' - at ,if- . 'I .f . I-J f.. . gg. U D. V . .dy 1. Sjf, EJB' ' "L . V. iii! '- .g,g, v ff-.' ' I' A Rf , - f it' ss-'T' Q.. pl,- ,.?: 'Z ' At- Wt , Qiq 1 v- - ,,,. 3 .-4 ,C '5' .Y f-:TIM ., ,, I .-x f. I 1" ..' 4 5 're' .5 Kg. 'J' A 5 Fr- 1 -1 w I E if' T- an -,- N3. 15' iff ff gint, cf 1,5 Lia " . . :il 5' t. W, P. E. ' ff' N.-9 . f 'jf' C F '! "' ,. 1,51 rf, 115- F fi? H 'e ',L,L'., ,N fb X 1, 145 2 .ii 'fi I Q 'J E: . . 4,5 fi' ' A xr, iii '- 7 if-U 1 - i' . T-- '.S . 'A C ' .2 .lr 1555. -sv -. Eff- ' 321 4. 4 wil E 2. "1 fl: rr . 1 -- .9 gf Eff' Eff ... SE 'fi tp fy - an ii T' 5 xl ' W k ' f L.. , 75, ". fs 'TTS 5515. ig, - Aj: ,- Ja gi- 1 Bfiff Ez: I .rl la.-1 -. FL' .' il., 1-' Q 13353. jo , V., . jr ,.l ... , :Ro s ,QL V, , SE IUH EL SS FORREST ADAIR, III A'1'I.ANT.X, GA. Enrolled Sept. '37, Georgia Club, '37, '38, '39, Miami Club, '39, Varsity Football, '37, '38, '39, Football All-City and All-Midsouth Teams, '39, Varsity Baseball, '37, '38, Second All-City Baseball Team, '38, Varsity Track Team, ,39, Mono- gram Club, '37, '38, '39, Stage Manager of Play, '38, '39, Minstrel, '38, '39, Private, Company "B", '37, '38, Corporal, Company "B", '38, '39, First Lieutenant, Company HB", '39, '+G' JOHN BREWER AMES sEr.MA, ALA. Fnrolled Sept. '38, Band, '38, '39, '40, Alabama Club, As- tronomy Club, Tornado Staff. ROBERT AMOS, JR. HIGH POINT, N. C. Fnrollecl Sept. '37, Private, Company "C", ,372 First Class Private, Company "B", '38 Second Lieutenant, Company "D", '39, Picked Platoon, '38, Prefeet, '38, '39, Student Council, '39, '40, Senior Senator, '40, Hop Committee, '39-'40, Mission- ary Committee, Vice-President Keo Kio, President of Y. M. C. A., '39, '40, Fourth Football Team, '37, Fourth Basketball, '37, Varsity Track, '38, Third Football, '38, Third Basketball, '38, Varsity Football, '39, "B" Basketball, '39, Varsity Track, '+o, Monogram Club, PENNANT Staff. SAM ALVIN BALLOFF IA lA'OI.l.E'I"I'E, TENS. Enrolled Sept. '39, "B" Team Football, '39, Varsity Soccer, '40, Track Team, '.1,0. ik f S 1' L '74 NUTS' 4: x 4f'1"f4" X L w Y , E 1 . 1 xx 5 'Q JN L' ' ' . 14 .a A. E181 SE IIIH EL!-T55 JOE BANDER, JR. lfONGYII'lVV, 'HZXAS Enrolled Sept. '38, Private Company A", '32 '39 101 poral, Company "A", '39, '40, Picked Platoon, '39, Boxing Team, '39, "li" Basketball, '4o, Yarfity Ten ' 4 GUY W. BLACKWELL JUIIXSON CITY, THXX. En Enrolled Sept. '39, Debating Team, '40, Junior Soccer, '3c, '40, lfast Tennessee Clulm. '40, Declamation Contert JACK HENDERSON BLACKWELL IIIRMIYGIIAM, AIA. 1 , '+G' iinrolled Sept. '37, Private, Com ans' "C", ' , '38' Cor Joral, P . 37 J l l Company "B", '39, '40, Varsity Football ixiflllllglif, '38, '39, Vanity Soccer, '38, Golf Team, '38, '39, '40, Monogram Club. HENRY MCCOY BLANCHARD, JR. Cll.YlTi'.KNOOGA, TEX. X. linrolled Sept. '36, Fourth liasketlxall, '36, '37, Third Bab- lwtlwall, '38, Third Baseball, '38, Track Team Manager, '37, Boxing Squad, '39, PICNNAXT Staff, '39, Torlladu Staff, '39, Private, Company "D" and "C"', '36, '37, Corporal Com- p:1ny"C", '38, '39, Honorary Sergeant, Company "C", . v 39, +0- 4 . T-335' ff: V3' lt X I , .qi ,o sk tifitxliQ 1-ffm 101 JFW.. T191 3, ,N ,.. 3, .,,, '17 in Q., ' -f.5 x-- gg' . i A : M f 'r I. 21,111 '32, LV' 2. - ' 122' , 53,1 ,,::., ill! Ii, : gg, wr:-. :WA fl gif' rg, Q15 'G ' :ii Aff . . xc. v 'x JP A . -...I sim 5,- 511 ". ' Ig ,-3 :fix bf Q , Qfrz- J 32? f- ,IW I-f A i. 331 'I'-,' QQ: ,LP TQ- . I, th- gm . EQ, - 1,5 fiv- 'I Q. 1" .,, ,. QT ff 'Q v l'. "' Nb- J-. .. , xv. . 3.5 "iff ,V-L " .L- X' ,If- Esj . f f.: 4 - Ik P. 'ix Q.-lr .F 31, 2 2' " - ,1" ,.,,. L. I, - -1. 1 ,- All .1 A I U 1121, L. IQ 4- 1+ - ,,,.,, ,. ' I 'if ' - , ...,,,. I f H. fx . l'. , ' 5- lla rg LI." rf . 1 5 f. T .f '. 5' an 1 ' f V., . an L' M970 O, ft, - . 113: ST I -I QL' Q Ht'- ,T ' I ' 13- ,Il . , 3, . ,QL -U, ,-- .,. Fi P: " 5-fl-'ii' '. nl. w ' -'. :ay '- LI' ii' ,. ,Qs if.. 111' -. 2, .r . si. . nl ' V 'S Y. Si., L17 fix A, I if 1 .I' Q24 BE' ' 5 1' v"' ' in .121 Y' I" , 1.5 QQ., fihglj KV: . -Ig. I-HQ SE IUPI III. 55 RICHARD BEVERLY BOBBITT SANVORII, N. C. liurollccl Scpt. '39, 1XSIl'0Il011'1j' Club, '39, '40, Company "B", '3Q, North Carolina Club, '39. RICHARD GXVYN BROCK, JR. Cl l ,Yl"I'1X XOOGA, 'l'li X N . liurollctl Scpt. '39, Varsity Football, '39, '40, Varsity 'l'ra1'k, '40. CHARLES BEVERLY BROWN IYl'l,AN'l'A, GA. liurolled Sept. '37, Penmanship Award, '39, Tornado Staff, '40, '1'lIircl Baseball Manager, '38, '39, '40, North Carolina Club, '38, '39, Georgia Club, '40, C'0Inpany "C", '37, '38, '39, '40, Junior SOCCI-r, '38, '39. WILLIAM FRANKLIN BROWN, JR. l,l'fXlNG'l'0N, N. C. Iinrollecl Sept. '39, Company "A", '39, '40, "li" Team Foot- ball, '39, North Carolina Club, '39, Ito. 4 X Q X , W 'I " ' f" "' N Q X?-"fr 35, 9 1 X. !:'5'I4"'f A: h vrafvfffr fx tiff X ZYISY lllll 5 E I ll H ll I. 5 5 WII.LIAM EDWARD BRUMBY M.XRIli'l"l'.fX, IH. Enrolled Sept. '39, Varsity liasketball Squad, '40, Unn- P11115' '39, '40- JOE LYON BUICE C'll.XRlO'l"l'l'f, N. l'. Fnrulletl Sept. '37, Private, liantl, '37, '33, Assistant Man- ager, Varsity lfootball Team, '37, '38, Assistant lVlanager, Varsity Baseball Team, '39, Corporal, liantl '38, '39, Stuclent Council, '38, '39, Prefect, '38, '39, Hop Cnminittee, '39, '40, Czlptain of Band, '39, '40, Orchestra, '37, '38, '39, '40, Glee Club, '38, '39, '40, Best Drilletl Cadet, liancl, '38, '39, Char- Y lotta Club, '37, '38, '39, North Carolinzl Club, '37, '33, '39, School Play, '40, Minstrel, '37, '39. PHILIP BUSBY um, 0KL.x. linrollecl Sept. '39, 'fhirtl lfuutball, '39, 'l'ennis Sflllllll, '39, Third Basketball, '39, Skeet Team, '39, C'urnpanv "f"', '39, '+O- LAFAYETTE HARDWICK CAI.DWEI.L JR. 1 IUUKULNI' MOL'X'l'AlX, 'I'l5XN. linrolletl Sept. '35, Filth lfuutball, '35, Fifth Basketball, '36, Fifth Baseball, '36, Private, Best Urilletl C'umpany "K"', '35, '36, Fourth Basketball, '37, Runner-up, Junior Tennis 'l'unr- nnment, '37, l"lbllI'Ill lfuothall, '37, Ifunrth liasketball, '39, Runner-up hluniur, 'liennis 'l'0nrn:nnent, '33, C'u1'pnral, Cinn- pany "D", '38, Fourth l"m1tball, '38, ltlllllflll Basketball, '33, "li" Basketball, '39, "li" Tennis, '39, Sergeant C'1nnpany "B," '30, Pivketl Platoon, '38, '39, "li" Basketball, '40, Mise sinnary f'0mmittee, '40, Reporter, Yillflllltlll, '40, Assistant Athletic Editor, PLNNANT, '40, Varsity Tennis, '40, Ifirxt Lien- tenunt, Cmnpany "K"', '40, ' -at-if if Q! 'Sty xi? fa -, Allis' 3,403 '7 tuba 1 X -I, ,2' a,4:ia finx ALI! ' ifjk, X .,Fl'Un. lil I si 3 'ev' . gf. R ,:. 42, r. s ,1 x. -rig. ,. ..,, V' " ff 4 ,,: JA L. 'S -1 503, - 1 .5-. 'R' ' .--, vf 31' l-f '-tt ago v of f of 53 , 4 si- iv lon 'fp ii? 5'- ,r . 1557 4 M 1 ,,. E, R :fx ,A 5153 , E42-1 1.1: '- A -id ,wh sl. io .. flt 72' 3 X, . :J , , . . VY A gag rl .rv . :fs.1-- .. -, Je' L' Ui '-1, fa, iii -. fi. v , I 3, r. . . 3. A 5 Arn, , in sg .' 5, .At R. x-. . ,-A ,, --:- v z""1 " .J .4 . 1 if 1" .s I . n,- xa u 175 527 ', rf' . ix. -' Vw- UL x 3 KW qi 3 1 2 ?+ .. gb 3- , 3. 21:1 ' , - .4 3 9- - N. fin 1 xx . ,, I . . ., , . 53, I-3. :L I - vs' v. V 1- "L .. G., Ji, , .xl M' ., Tk' .,,, 2, ,R f .X ' .-T 221:0- ,A -I". lv v . x w u- -,., Q. s , -Q, 'Ht 1 V 1.4. .. ,.,, .3 :,.' ,153 .L me ,I Eff V.: SENIIIH CLASS CHARLES S. CARTER CAMILLA, GA. l Georgia Club, '39, '40, Company "E", '39, '40. SAMUEL JEFFERSON CAUDILL SHELBYVILLE, KY. Enrolled, Jan. '39, Blue Melodeers, '39, '40, Glee Club, '39, '40, Prefect, '39, '40, "B" Team Basketball, '39, '40, Base- ball, '39, '40, "B" Football, '39, First Class Private Band, '39, '40- HENRY BAKER CAULKINS, JR. CHATTANOOGA, TBNN. Enrolled Sept. '34, Fifth Football, '34, '35, Fifth Basketball, '35, '36, Fifth Baseball, '35, '36, Glee Club, '35, '36, Min- strel, '35, Private Company "C", '34, '35, '36, '37, Fourth Football, '36, Fourth Basketball, '37, Third Baseball, '37, Minstrel, '37, Corporal Company "B", '38-39, Best Drilled Company "C", '37, Chattanooga Club, '34, '35, '36, '37, Fort Wood Club, '38, '39, '40, Assistant Coach, Fifth Foot- ball, '39, "B" Basketball, '39, '40, Varsity Baseball, '38, '39, '40, Monogram Club, '39, '40, Tornado Staff, '38, '39, Edi- tor-in-Chief, Tornado, '39, '40, Class Editor, PENNANT, '39- '40, Sergeant, Company "B", '38, '39, Best Drilled Company "B", '37, '38, Winner of Best Drilled Cadet Medal, Com- pany "B", '38, '39, Captain, Company "D", '39, '40, Hop Committee, '39, '40, Picked Platoon,"37, '38, '39. EDWARD YOUNG CHAPIN, III LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENN. Enrolled Sept. '34, Fifth Football, '34, '35, Fifth Basketball, '35, '36, '37, Fifth Baseball, '35, '36, Fourth Football, '37, Fourth Baseball, '37, Third Football, '37, Third baseball, '38, Varsity Soccer, '39, '40, Corporal, Company "D", '36, '37, '38, Best Drilled Corporal Company "D", '36 '37, Ser- geant, Company "D", '38, '39, Best Drilled Company, '38, '39, Captain Company "C", '39, '40, Reporter, Tornado Staff, '38, '39, Assignment Editor, Tornado, '39, '40, Asso- ciate Editor, PENNANT, '39, '40, Picked Platoon, '37, '38, '39, Minstrel, '35, '36, '37, '39. Hop Committee, '39, '4o. 415-'Q 1 4, :Iv C., fy 3' fx-H E x 'Fi' 'F X is 1,4 Brin.. I22 l Enrolled Sept. '39, Tennis Squad, '39, Junior Soccer '39, SENIUH CLASS JAMES H. CLARK, JR. ELIZABETHTOVVN, N. C. Enrolled Sept. '38, Private, Company "A", '38, '39, Third Football, '38, "B" Team Basketball, '39, First-Class Private, Company "A", '40, Minstrel, '39, Varsity Basketball man- ager, '40, Monogram Club, '40, Varsity track, '39. WILLIAM BORDEN COBB, JR. COLDSBORO, N. C. Enrolled Sept. '39, Declamation Contest, '40, North Carolina Club, '39, '40, Company "B", '40, Minstrel, '4o. MAURICE WINSLOW CONNELL CORAL CABLES, FL.-X. Enrolled Sept. '39, Band, '39, '40, Orchestra, '39, '40, Ten- nis Squad, '39, Touch Football, '40, Joi-iN MURDOCK CROWELL CHA'l'l'ANO0G.-X, TENS. Enrolled Sept. '34, Private, Company "C", '34, '35, '36, Corporal, Company "A", '37, '38, Sergeant, Company "A", '38, '39, First Lieutenant, Company "A", '39, '40, Best Drilled Company, '34, '37, Fifth Football, '34, '35, Fifth Basketball, '34, '35, Third Football, '36, '37, Varsity Foot- ball Squad, '37, '38, '39, Glee Club, '35, '36, Minstrel, '35, '36, Picked Platoon, '37, '38, PENNANT staff, '39, '40, Bowl- ing Team, '40, Freshman Senator, '36. Xi M sr, : 44, nj, f 1 g a- ily, 1 A .s U31 43 'L QS' "l xp ek: -, p 1. U .- Hn :Qu if 1151 , :-fi An ,, -t. .. t if -Q., 9 -4 , fix ' .,.., . xg, 3 ., -. 5'-1" ,iv 2,2 -3 4 TT, 'gil' 71- . 3 sg 2.3- 333 ,I t .4 Y. vt .v gg, -4- fy 5, QA 13 .N ,f u --ey Q 5? 'If K . 33' . Ii? ' 1. ta' . 1, . Y 5 if .,, 7- R 2 3 Q. , Q ., . . H I Q QQ ' lf " iff .5- - A ,. . , . yy 3 vii . K t sf 5 4.-n? . . T, ' :L .rl . 5. ,.l -M v '-F, .-,, fb- . 1,2 2 ig' 5 if 5 A " 534 , I if ,Z .L 4 . ,ph : 1, n' 135' n. ffm. ' mf' EL. Q, 1-1 -r- :gn 'if 1- 1-lp' ak Pl- "t 5 I"- zf ' ,. ..., f K , rf I 4 Q f r , in IC" 'lf' is 1'- Q1' ll ' .1 C. 'Ar -5. ., . . L. .f,-, :- e-.I 1 iff 7,- .- " ' .. ,- 2 f s fi.- qff. 5 ' I. -4' '. 51- '. 133. , 'iii' AY! , 53.3 . A.. , cf Q 'V' 4 ,, Q f, SE IDB EL 55 TOM CRUTCHFIELD CIlA'1"1'.xx00GA, TIZNN. Fnrollctl Sept. '38, Thircl Football, '38, '39, Third Basket- ball, '38, '39, '40, "B" Baseball, '38, '39, Corporal, Band, '39, Minstrel, '38, '39, '40, Fort VVood Club, '38, '39, '40, First Lieutenant, Band, '39, '40, Best Drilled Cadet Medal, Band, 'SQQ Orchestra, '40, GRAY OSLER DALY MERIDIAN, MISS. Iinrolled Sept. 39, "B" Basketball, '39, Swimming Team, '40, Band, '39, '40. THOMAS EDWARD DOWNEY, JR. SALE CREEK, 1'hNN. Enrolled Sept. '35, Fifth Basketball, '35, Fifth Baseball, '36, Fifth Baseball, lNTanager, '36, '37, Third Soccer, '38, '39, Varsity Soccer, '40, Band. '36, Corporal, Hand, '37, Sergeant, Band, '38, Sc-roncl lieutenant Band, '39, '40, Awtronomy Club, '39, Cumpzlny "IJ", '35, JACK SLAUGHTER EDGERTON COLIHSIZORO, N. C. Enrolled Sept. '39, Private, Band, '39. M N 921 m9, i'QG4 1 Nm! 1,421,111 '24QgE5vS?' , 1 7" 14 www! 'MIM' E241 SE IUH ELASS LOFTON PERRY FUQUA MIIUXX, llaX N. lfnrolletl Sept. '38, Private, Company "B", '38, '39, Cnrporal, Company "C", '39, '40, Varsity Baseball, '39, '40, Monogram Club, "B" lizlslietball, '40, JUNIUS ROBERT GAITHER, JR. NEWTON, N. C linrnllecl Sept. '39, 'fhlrrl Football, '39, Third liasketlwall, '39, '40, Private, Company "li", '39, '40 Debating Team, '40, Derlmnatlon Contest, '40. O. MAX GARDNER, JR. sllrirnv, N. C. linrulletl Sept. '39, Torzmtlo Reporter, '39, '40, Manager Varsity Snt't'er, '40, Private, Company "A", '40, Track Trainer, '40, FRANK GARRETT 'lllffll POINT, N. C. linrnllecl Sept. '39, Glee Clulw, '40, Hantl, '39, '40, Orvlxeslra, '39, '40, Varsity Soccer, '40, Golf Team, '4o. in-4 1 X '?' 'S Q' ,0 R018 i .1 2 fififffff XX 1- lx' jr' I , 0 Q 1 i ll- l25I Q 1 y fr 4 I 1 4 J A -Q uf if? E- I Qgfv .5 R' ' fglmf ie '- ,gv .t .43 fe' 4.-ES, QF ,Q , ,, :. TQ,J. 1 ,. ,. ., 61:4 .. ' 51- A 'A ' ,g '-V ,f , k.,, ,qv Vs " rf' 3 ,gr 211- ' fl, "Af- . , 5,2 , ' 'QQ ': , iw 1: S El, I AI' . nr' P 1'-" f . A .H F ." r 1 : ,, E7' i. ' -' if ,, n,: fs. ' - 169: is AL J.,' ,gif qi. F. ' f j.-yy. it . aj, . 5.-T3-1 --. M11 AJ ,A f'4 -rf'-. . G ' wi. ., ,xg ' .1 Ny, 9-Q9 15 1 gg. -, 1.: , - ,141 me M -. fi. ,fr . ua, , gf ., R., ff-,, -EEA ,I , , fff 'FL . 5 qu.: a. ' 1, if QR.-' ., 'H'- A'! . 9, , mul SE IUH CLASS FRANK A. GAULT LAKE WACCAMAW, N. C. Company "A", '39, '40, North Carolina Club, '39, '40, HERBERT MARTIN GIBSON raoamrsuuc, N, c. Enrolled Sept. '39, Member of the Tornado, '39, Fall Ten- nis, '39, Fourth Basketball, '40, Company "D", '39, '4o. EUGENE DUKE GLAZE, JR. CIIATTA NOOGA, TEXN. Enrolled Sept, '35, Fifth Basketball, '35 Manager Fourth Basketball, '36, Manager junior Baseball, '37, Manager Junior Soccer, '40, First-Class Private, Company "B", '37- '38, Sergeant Company "C", '38-'39, Lieutenant, Company '39-'+0- JON DRUE GODSEY BRISTOL, TENN. Enrolled Sept. '38, "B" Football, '38, Glee Club, '38-'39, Swimming Team, '39, Minstrel, '39, First-Class Private, Company "B", '39, Varsity Football Manager, '39, Nlono- gram Club, '39, '40, Sports Editor of Tornado, '39-'40, Athletic Editor of PICNNANT, '39-'40, Third Basketball, '39, Tennessee Club, '38-'39-'4o. ' f w -Y mfx, - 2 i261 Enrolled Se t. ' ' Varsity Soccer ' , Swimming Team, '40, P 39: v 39 SE IIJH ELA55 JAMES M. GODWIN BLUE!-'IlCI.D, W. VA. Enrolled Sept. '36' Fourth Football, '36, Third Football, '37, 3 ' '38, Corporal, Company "A", '38, Lieutenant, Company "A", '39, Debating Team, '39. JAMES STEPHEN GOLDEN PIN!-IVIl,I,l-I, KY. Enrolled Sept. 39, Varsity Soccer, '40. W1LL1AM MARSHALL GOREE CH A'l"l'.-XNOOCA, TIC X X. Enrolled Sept. '34, Fifth Football, '34, Fifth Basketball, '35, Fifth Baseball, '35, Company "C", '35, '36, '37, Best Drilled Company HC", '36, Third Football, '36, Third Basketball, '36, Third Baseball, '36, Corporal and Best Drilled Cadet, Company "D", '37, Corporal, Company UC", '38, "B" Foot- ball, '38, "B" Basketball, '39, '40, "B" Baseball, '39, Varsity Football, '39, Varsity Baseball, '40, Sergeant, Company "C", '39, Best Drilled Cadet, Company "C", '39, Captain Ad- jutant, '40, Alternate Capt.-Elect, Varsity Football, '40, Mon- ogram Club, '40, Hop Committee, '40, Secretary-Treasurer, ki Keo-Kio, '40, Picked Platoon, '38, '39. ROBERT ADAMS GREENE CH.t'l"l'AxooGA, TIENX. Enrolled Sept. '37, Fourth Football, '37, Fourth Basketball '37, '38, Third Baseball, '38, Company "C", '37, '38, '39, Third Football, '38, Third Basketball, '38, '39, "B" Base- ball, '39, Varsity Football, '39, Bowling Team, '40, Nlono- graxn Club, '40, Ser eant Com any "D" ' 0' Minstrel g 1 P , y 4 4 '39, '40- ! N 5-" 434: 121' Malt aia f a gs F V394 is E271 , - 't ff, f so .- .Wk .L-5.14. Q 1 'nba -A 113. , ' ic' . t L5 .' 305' 47,- fe 'E .5 .. 4 , . '- 5- .R QQ, . 1 .ij 'U 6,1 vm, G42 bf '53 ' ,tt .- ' A-it 1.4. E' , 9 Jr jf 1 N. -',. .1-'el .gf Ji :4' ., .M A 1 ' ,T . ,V 5- Q 'I , ,qi ,AQ 2 I-.31 '.': . .. xi' E' ",.:, f .3 , 1', tv , ,v 'SM 2 Q 2 Z Q: 'X 'fl ff 11 .V P, .x A' Ii? Z .I -Zi - ,tk 1 ,Le ., JJ. l .,f R Q. -if 5 ,h .- ff ." T3 ' .4 . 3 ,fi fi Q' , ,- 1: :Z .SQ 2,55 .Q 1, Sit .123 -1. . Nl... uk' -Y . ,rf . 4 ,, 5 7.3 ., xl 4 -,H 1. -2. .,..,, L'-. i.li4 SE IIJH CLASS CHARLES MICHAEL GRETHER, JR. CllA'l"l'ANOOC.K, TIENN. Enrolled Dec. '37, Private, Company "A", '37, '38, First Class Private, Company "C", '38, '39, First Sergeant, Com- pany "E", '39, '40, Junior Soccer, '38, '4o. SAMUEL PARKER MCGOUGH HAMILTON CIIA'l'T.-XNOOGA, TEXN. Enrolled Sept. '34, Private, Company "D" '34, '35, Private, Company "C", '35, '36, Corporal, Company "C", '36, '37, Best Drilled Company, '35, '36, '38, Supply Sergeant, '38, '39, Quartermaster Lieutenant, '39, '40, Fifth Football, '34, 35, Fourth Football, '35, '36, '37, Fifth Basketball, '34, '35, Fourth Basketball, '35, '36, Glee Club, '35, '36, Min- strel, '35, '36. CHARLES ALVA HARDIE UBERl..XNl?lfi, NHNAS, BR.-XXII. Enrolled Feb. '37, Corporal, Company "B", '39, '40, Third Football, '38, '39, Varsity Soccer, '40, Glee Club, '38, '39, '4o. FRANK ANDERSON HARRIS CllA'l"l'.iNO0CA, TENS. Enrolled Sept. '37, Private, Company "C", '37, '38, '39, First Class Private, Company "B", '39, '40, Minstrel, '38, Tornado Staff, '39, '40, Business Staff of PICNNANT, '38, '39. ' 4 'NWS' ' to Q E231 SE IUH IILA55 HOLTON EDWIN HARRIS SURIEVEPORT, l.A. Enrolled Sept. '39, Trans-Mississippi Club, '39, '40, Private Company "B", '39, '40, Debating Team, '40. BENJAMIN IRVIN HARRISON, JR. KNOXVILLE, TEXN. Enrolled Sept. '38, Tennis, '38, Varsity Baseball Nianager, ,39, Private, Company "B", '38-'39, Third Basketball, '39- '40, Soccer, '39-'40, Private, Company "C", '39-'40. THEO HIRSCI-I HARVEY, JR. NEVV ORLEANS, LA. Enrolled lklarch '35, Fifth Football, '35, Fifth Basketball, '35, Captain Fourth Basketball, '36, '37, '38, Fourth Foot- ball, '36, Fourth Baseball, '36, Third Football, '37, "B" Baseball, '37, "B" Football, '38, Boxing Team, '38, JuIIior Track, '38, Varsity Baseball, '38, '39, "B" Basketball, '39, Captain Varsity Baseball, '40, Best Drilled Company, '40, Best Drilled Corporal, Company "D", '39, Picked Platoon, '39, Corporal, Company "D", '37, '38, Platoon Sergeant, Company "D", '39, Captain, Company "B", '39-'40, Student Council, '36, '38, President of Student Council, '40, Pres- ident of Monogram Club, '40, Missionary Committee, '40, Keo Kio, '40, Hop Committee, '40, Feature Editor of PIQN- NANT, '40, Tornatlo Staff, '40, Senator-at-Large, '40. MARK HANNA HAYS, JR. CHATTANOOUA, TIE X X. Enrolled Sept. '36, Fourth Football, '36, "B" Baseball, '36- '37f'38, Radio Drill Platoon, '37-'38, Special Drill Platoon, '38-'39, UB" Football, '38, "Ad" Solicitor for PENN.xN'I', '38- '39-'40, Varsity Track, '39, Varsity Football Squad, '39, Private, Company "B", '36, Private, Company "B", '37, Corporal, Company "B", '38, Personnel First Lieutenant, '39, .Jie ui 1- , - 34 ,0 V4 Y W A ,Y P, 3 140 , 2 'Z ogy 5 1241.4 E291 , ,15 f F. .I. .54 f -,il --I -2. M5 . A WP. 1 Wk ,. v' I '-.fig . fe , us' -- v.. ,nj .fa- - Jw" ': 'iv . ,,.-E 3 ff- Q , cv-of 7: - e l I ,419 ,L ,fa ,. 'IT' if Ig 1, Kr , - 'Tl- Ax 33, -.Q 4, -N 6.1 4-1 t . , .3 It af, -gg 1 ZX! ,. 7.3 'Q' F ., ,, lm wi- 4:.Q .,3': 'YQ' ' 52-E 1 TY if? 9-'V : I if 235 .ff .. .. 11 A 174 Ti' E1 5, Jo . ,N . 7 'FQ .I 4 ,t Q .55 .- s , , . t SI AF. - fl . an 1 . .Q -r. 'I- , '-13. - Nr.: 1'-. .- .Y 4, ei 1.4, Q, 'lf Q .I at mia t.. .J , VE .wi g., fjfz '3 IST? . 5 li vp xx gf: 'iii ' 'QQ u - as 5- 5.-if li 'FY' 'i . 1. .r - in we :- -1792 1 me .4'- if Q SENIIIH CLASS WENDELL DAVIS HILL, JR. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Enrolled Sept. '35, Company "C", '35, '36, '38, Company "D", '37, Corporal, Company "C", '39, Fifth Football, '37, Fifth Basketball, '37, Fifth Baseball, '37, Fourth Football Squad, '37. JAMES HINTON OXFORD, GA. Enrolled Sept. '39, Touch Football, '40, Boxing, '40, Varsity Tennis Squad, '4o. WILLIAM ROBERT HOUSER DALLAS, TEXAS Enrolled Sept. '39, Private, Company HD", Varsity Football, '39, Manager Boxing, '39-'40, Varsity Track, '40, GORDON TERRELL HUDDLESTON MARYVILLE, ' Enrolled Sept. '37, Third Football, '37, Varsity Basketball, '37, '38, '38-'39, '39-'40, Varsity Football, '38, '39, Varsity Golf, '38, '39, '40, Alternate Captain of Basketball Team, '38-'39, Captain of Basketball Team, '39-'40, Keo Kio, '40, President of Monogram Club, '40, First Sergeant of Com- MBU. 13-'HSL f if g, Q""' 5 'L 54:1 1 :Ojai '55 ff ' ' pw Q WW. fdkh :X 411414: -1 'ax ll t , , 0 U01 SE IIJH EL!-155 WILLIAM CLARENCE I-IUDLOW, JR. cHATI'ANoOGA, TENN. Enrolled Sept. '35, Fourth Football, '35, '36, '37, Fourth Basketball, '35, '36, Junior Baseball, '35, '36, Varsity Foot- ball, '37, '38, '39, "B" Football, '38, '39, Varsity Soccer, '38, '39, Boxing Squad, '39, '40, Track, '39, '40, Glee Club, '36, '37, '38s Millftfflv '37, '38, '39- WILLIAM L. HUNTLEY, JR. CORAL CABLES, FLA. Enrolled Sept. '39, Band, Orchestra, Tennis Team, Florida Club. ROBERT LINVILLE HUTCHENS HIGH POINT, N. C. Enrolled Sept. '37, Private, Company "B", '37, '38, '39, Corporal, Company "A", '39, '40, Best Drilled Company, '37, Picked Platoon, '39, '40, Junior Soccer, '37, '38, Varsity Soccer, '39, '40, Third Baseball, '39, High Point Club, North Carolina Club. JAMES ORVILLE Joi-rNs0N CII.-YI"I'ANO0GA, TENS. Enrolled Sept. '37, Minstrel, '38, Tornado Staff, '39, '40, PENNANT Staff, '39, '40, Play, "Campus Quarantine,," '40, First Sergeant, Company "D", '39, '40, Best Drilled Com- pany, '38, '39, Picked Platoon, '38, '39, -va. W4 75 4 c"a'f'w X 4 1 4 1 X - Y W v ii ,Q xx 1 5171 ? 6 1 ' xhx. .X LHTJ ,Q Y-'PM4-'I i311 1. if 1. -va, 1 it . Q- -.. 'Za 1 ,na ,-.. 'aa ' APY' ' fs ffj' .' :INS ' . 7" ffm' 5 . is .- Q7 'ii tp .3 I. F ii ' Aff: I 292: 5' 731 . . ,lf 'X ,Z-7? I vii ,sz 'L 1.7 .. ,5 V1 'ZLL . :N ff. I, "Til 4 tiff my 15,3 3. -.-1 af 'Fa . 3 , .w .. i "" 'ffl 1 iff., 2' -fl .V .. 2 . 'Ii Ll 'J .,, Q, ii - .3 'Ni 'v S52 1 f.. QS. F4 2 Aff' 52 gli 3' ,Cf . Q, fr' ff?" 'v Q5 .". . -CV .J L, ,- Q., 17 '-' xiii . 5115.5 1 'RQ 3 i x- ,351 'ff YY ,r 1? 2 'T-I : 'ri- x 3 4 . H' el 'I ll v" 4 .4 Ulf. ,,f '.' -- 'rc . his ' ,I-.3 GK' wqb . 1-sg .. if - 1.5 gf 1,443 fr -' .7 rf ' ,A tw, .9 . '5 .. . I ,. ,. nf: .J 13, ,S+ al. . v, -.. ,. , Q, 4, 4 ....,- f,. . 51 1 f .fr ,V 'QV v' -'f ,-A :fl 113 1 - ' ?: ' fa, ,gig -'L , . SENIUH CLASS EDWIN LEE JONES, JR. CHARIfO'l"l'li, N. C. Enrolled Sept. '36, Swimming Team, '39-'40, Debating Team, '39-'40, Summerlin Oratorieal Medal, '39, "B" Team Foot- ball, '39, Corporal, Band, '37, Sergeant, Band, '38, First Class Private, Battalion, '39, HUBERT MORTON Juno DALTON, CA. linrolled Sept. '37, Sergeant, Band, '40, Honor Diploma, '39, Fourth Prize French Contest of Tennessee, May '39, VERNON CLEMENT KELLEY, JR. CllA'l"1'AXOUCA, Tli N X . Enrolled Sept. '35, Fifth Football, '35, Fifth Basketball, '36, Fifth Baseball, '36, Private, Company "C", '36-'38, Midget Tennis Champion, '36, Brainerd Club, '35-'40, Best Drilled Company, '36, Junior Glee Club, '36, Chattanooga Club, '36, Fourth Football, '36, Fourth Basketball, '37, Junior Tennis Champion, '37, Third Basketball, '38, Third Foot- ball, '37, Varsity Tennis Team, '38,'.t0g Picked Platoon, '38, Third Basketball, '39, Monogram Club, '39-'40, "B" Team Basketball, '40, Second Lieutenant, Company UB", '39-'40, Tornado Staff, '.i,o. KARL FREDERICK KEsMonEL, JR. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Enrolled Sept. '37, Track Manager, '39-'40, 2 f S 17? ' 4 QITQE 4 lib 1 x 41 1 fun 1' X ' A jfkll A 51 25, E 'F X E321 SENIUH ELI-XSS WILLIAM BRADFORD KIDD BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Enrolled Sept. '36, Third Football, '36, "B" Track, '37, "B" Football, '37, Varsity Track, '38, Varsity Soccer, '38, "B" Team Football, '38, Monogram Club, '38, '39, '40, Varsity Football, '39, Sergeant-Major, Company "B", '40. CHANDLER KING, JR. CHA'l'l'ANOOCA, 'H-I N X. Fnrolled Sept. '34, Company "C", '34, '35, Primary Bible Medal, '35, '36, Band, '39, '40, Feature Editor, Tornado, '39, '40, Corporal, '37, '38, Sergeant, '38, '39, Lieutenant, '39, '40, Feature Editor, PENNANT, '39, '40, Manager Third Team Football, '39, Minstrel, '39, '40, Fifth Football, '34. RICHARD KOELLA ROCKFORD, TENN. Iinrolled Sept. '37, Third Football Team, '37, Varsity Swim- ming, '38-'39, Captain Swimming Team, '40, Varsity Soccer, '38, Student Council, '39-'40, Secretary Student Council, '40, Secretary, Y. M. C. A., '39-'40, Keo Kio, '39-'40, Private, Company "C", '37-'38, Private Company "B", '38-'39, Sec- ond Lieutenant, Company "C", '39-'40, PENNANT Staff, Picked Platoon, '38-'39, Knoxville Club, Prefect, '39. ,f WILLIAM EDWARD LOCKETT KNOXVILLIC, TENN. Enrolled '36, Fourth Football, '37, Third Football, '38, Pri- vate, Company "D", '36-'37-'38, Varsity Baseball, '38-'39, Corporal, Company "C", '39, Prefect, '38-'39, Student Coun- cil, '39, First Lieutenant, Company "E", '39-'40, Captain iII Boarding Department, '40, Special Platoon, '37-'38-'39. LJIFSP' xili liw f i"Jr4 1 X fuiataiff ,fx ilxm ll -re 4 1 -, 6 F., ?45 az., , . fw , Tvs-X io JWW4. T331 1 tu 1. , 1 ..:' - il lg - Ln . 'Z' .s-gil. e f ,., T? flu .UQQ Af 1.132 .Psi :RIS .ill 'fi A .35 . ' 'I 3 5 I in S A 3 I 'Q '1-Q, of E3 v' if 'TJ 1 . 'x 4, . . ,ma .kr -'I I1 My, 'gif .3 R, .1 ' 'I ,, . F , . 11-t '-'ful 1 'pg .rff mf 1-f L., lil! J . 95 iii 1. 'npr Q .1 ' 1... -. . , t .f. I. .:,, .H Y . .15 Nix, , 'fri Vvhvf ,. '51 fa gl, ' 'i . ,FJ 'L , Q 2 Li: : Y 3 E , .., C, 2.- , , 4 -fr . 3 - 7-"7 L .J .Iv A-' . .r - , v. 331' sm! 'F 5 Q4 RQ. -gt ,I ' t 4 f,1 ' . Q1-1 or if F'g3 'x 1 1' If ' ' 22 7.3 Auf jr -S11 .,f "5 I ,if 'Z' I w .lf -In ,qt ,Q -r. Ra, . .. '.z. -1- -: I-5 21 a. ,L Lf ., , ., lj? .-. iii if . 17: K' 52 .--N, 4,4 . - -. -r f , ,T In FA ,v .. 1 X1- .' ' W-'Z .-,, A.: .V sz, 2. 1. ' VY lf: HM ?H'Q? via 1' .fr ,ff 1. ,,.x ,,5, ,tt ia, ..,, 'I if Lf- PE -, 1-5 DJJ! 2. HL, ' aft -, ,aw L. 'A 0 A-I 'Q- ,Ji .1 .3 no .5 I 5 . w . W7 .. l x- X X52 13' H1 K -' . fr r! ?.1' - ,, 1 .p I ' fL, 1 Sli, ' tv A J,,. 3 L R 1 L 1 5 it ' :ex I ,C ,fl 'J A- A , 15,- L v bw 5 Y .i vu FX' 42" . wx-A su,- gfi '1 ' 'E' if . at , . 'lv , A. fs' K .. . 4 P 71 X T, Y 4 4, it . 'r 9 'Q- ll 9 , 1 In 1 -wy- SE IUH CLASS JOHN ALEXANDER LUSK, HI GADSDEN, ALA. Enrolled Sept. '37, President Astronomy Club, '38-'39, '39- '4O, Missionary Committee, '38-'39, Treasurer, Missionary Committee, '39-'40, Corporal, Company HA", '39-'4o. WILLIAM BONNER MCCARTY, JR. JACKSON, MISS. Enrolled Sept. '39, Company HD", '38-'39, Best Drilled Com- pany, UD", '38-'39, Company MC", '39-'4O. THOMAS HALIBURTON MCCOY Sl'lfCKlil,SVll.l,lf, MAVI TERRITORY, HAVYAII Enrolled Sept. '38, Third Team Basketball, '38-'39, Com- PHH5' NA", '39-'40 GEORGE ROLAND MCELROY FORT KNOX, KY. Enrolled Sept. '35, Fourth Football, Basketball, '35, '36, Var- sity Swimming, '35-'36-'37-'38-'39, Corporal, Company "B", '36-'37, Boxing Team, '36-'37-'38-'39, Varsity Football, '36-'37- '38-'39, Tornado Staff, '38-'39, Sergeant Company HC", '38, Captain Company HA", '4O. V, 6 X gb g f sql if fifflzfif wi X filiflld :Flay U43 SE IIJH EL!-RSS BAYNES BALLEW MCSWAIN ADA, OKLA. Enrolled Sept. '39, Third Basketball, '40, Band, '39, '40. CHESTER A. MASSEY MARYVILLE, TENN. Enrolled Sept. '38, Varsity Football, '38, '39, Varsity Bas- ketball, '39, '40, Varsity Golf, '39, '40, VVinner of Most Im- proved Linesman Trophy, '39, All-City and All-Midsouth Basketball Team, '40, Company "A", '38, Corporal Com- pany "A", '39-'40. ALLEN MAYS GREENVVOOU, S. C. Enrolled Sept. '39, Company "A", '39-'40. ROBERT H. MOORE, JR. BLUEFII-II.D, VV. VA. Enrolled, '37, Third Football, '37, '38, Varsity Soccer, '40, Track, '39, '40, Prefect, '40, Company "B", '40, First Ser- geant, Company "A", '40, Astronomy Club, '39, PIZNNAN1' Staff, '40, Virginia-VVest Virginia Club, '37, '38, '39, '40. -2. f sg 942 five? xi X , 7 ,F xx' Q 3 4 1450 Nll t l351 'Jax .1 I 4 wig, .. f ps 4 ., 4 I-, 1 'Q '. -.x 'f . , 3 'Q I i gt KA 4 5 ul G 2 1.1! 53 YIM v, - gif' V' , rf. . rx 'sw f,,, . fig' 'tg lf.: 9 -. K Q 2 ..-. - . , P iz T, 6,5f 1,3 1. ' 511732 S 1 l l Q l Enrolled Sept. ' SENIUH CLASS ROBERT FRASER MUNROE QUINCY, FLA. geant, Company "A", '39. PAUL M. NEISLER KINGS MOUNTAIN, N. C. Enrolled Sept. '39, Varsity Football, '39, UB" 7 Company "A", '39, 40. JOHN CLINTON NEWTON SHELBY, N. C. 38, Varsity Football, '38, '39, Technical Ser Basketball, '40 Enrolled Sept. '39, Tornado Reporter, '39, '40, Cheer Leader '39, '40, Monogram Club, '39, '40, Band, '40, Junior Soc Cer, '4o. ED PASCHALL PITTMAN VVATER VALLEY, MISS. Enrolled Sept. '38, Band, '38, '39, Soccer, '39, '40, Swim ming, '39, '40, Sergeant, Band, '39, X ur '4o. 4 ,Q Z' lma- 4 f ,uh A I 1 I S fri: ar' J X - I f xt, itil' pf " 8,-na 6, ,VX 1 l36l .brink '36, '37, '38, '39, '40, M'lIlf'L!l'1llIl Club, '37, '38, '39, 'ws ' E IUH EL 55 NOAH O. PITTS, JR. fIl,lfY ,Xl PINE, Y, L'. linrnllml Sept. '36, "li" lfrmtlmll, '36g Yuri ,' f "", " , '39 '40' V'll'lslIY lxtlllfliilll, '37 '38 '39- Nnrtll c'Lll'Ullll1l C'l v 1 ' . . v v v Nity 'l'r:u'lc, '39, '4Og Nlinftrel, '4Og Curporzll, Culrlpzllty "li Scvuml String yXllACity' lffmtlmllg Vlllilillll-l2lCl'I for '4O. DAVID T. POTTER, JR. l.0UI'5VlI,l,li, KY. Fnrullul Sept, '37g llwrpmmrul, Comp: Y " ", 'j , ' 1 H Footlmll, '37, '39, '39g Jllllllll' Soccer, '38, Varsity SOL "2' , ,Q '+o' Ywrxitv '1'r'u'k '39 '4O' Bust Drillrtl Unnpaxuy, '37-'39 ,.,' .,3, , AMOS H. RAGAN, JR. 'l'IIONl.XSYll.l.lf, Y. C. lfnrnllrtl Svpt. '39g 'lttlllfll lfuutlmll, '40, North fillttlllll. ' JACK REESF ClI.X'l'l',XYOf7fT.X, TICYY. lflmnllul Sept. '36, Fuurtlm lfuutlu , ", "-, 'gg 9 lizlakctlmll, '36, '37, '38g 'l'l1i3 13' 1 ' , " , 'f.g strel, '36, Buml, '36g SK'I'gC'1lllf, c'UIIlpZlIlJ' "I ", '3.: Drilled Clllllllllllj, '3S3 l,lr'llIt'IlllIlI, i'Olnp:m5 "Il", '39-'4O 4 1 X' 17 1-nga 1 II fzfafzfwf I ' lnxm ll ' 4 ,31 1- 'f g-Q lmml' l37l ,ag f 3 X fl' 5151. ai-: 1' '- -r." ' 4 gif, ' iq fl aiffff Zi fri 2,1 2: -' .. . V L iff, f. ' ,gif 3-:, 2-,ar gg, ik Q1-S' rg.. 5. 139: 'G 4 wslgt lk ,. gig ve. mt A 'A . . sax, . ,fit - I If-'-. ,qfi fit 72' , ,g , - H f? if if W., I , .4 3. v-1 ,,f .- iif- 1? .N . 35- 1' mv 1' .A :Q -Q, . Q ig :gr g ,V Q-f Y 1 J ,gy ., ti ' 5'- v C- l 35, " V I .3 , - 'if -. . , A 1 'fx 'R le? 251' gif' 'Y' 1,21 5 .,. L, B .. f ' an - 2 AP' is Ag? L-9, ,. fp 1 tr. I ek 35' iii 1 t N. , . if '. A, Ffa. ' ,.. 1? ' 1 iff- 1, "fr" 5 ' 2123- -I Elf V1 T . In ii' ff, ,, 4 3. f 2 .. hw L., ,- 2. 2,9 - 51 1.3 4 33,-A --' 1 s x ' ,." 1 A53 '.' , L, J.: I 4, . ' I Q., 3 J a "" Q ..1,, mr' .. FL! 31" ' wx '. -Lb A I - J ,6 H :Fe 4 x f. , 4 ,-Zn .-'ef kg .' :vein . SE IIJH CLASS JAMES DAVIS RIVERS, JR. CHATTANOOCA, TENN. Enrolled Sept. '34, Fifth Football, '34, '35, Fifth Basketball, '35, Third Basketball, '37, '38, junior Soccer, '38, '39, Com- pany "C", '34, '35, '36, Best Drilled Company, '35, '36, '37, '38, Corporal, Company "B", '37, '38, Corporal, Company "A", '38, '39, Lieutenant, Company "A", '39, '40, Chatta- nooga Club, '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Lookout Mountain Club, '37, '38, '39, '40, VVinIIer of W. E. Brock, jr., Chemistry Medal, '38, '39, Glee Club, '39, '4o. FREDERICK A. SCHLEMMER CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Enrolled Sept. '39, Varsity Football, '39, Private, Company WILLIAM LEE SCHLEMMER Cl'IA'l'l'ANOOGA, TENN. Enrolled Sept. '36, "B" Football, '37, '38, Varsity Football, '38, '39, Varsity Soccer '38, '39, "B" Baseball, '38, '39, Private, Company "A", '36, '37, First Class Private, Com- pany "A", '37, '38, Corporal, Company "A", '38, '39, Color Sergeant, '39, '4o. BUCI-IER Scorr ATLANTA, GA. Enrolled Sept. '39, Varsity Football, '39, Monogram Club '39, '40, Company "B", '39, '40, Varsity '1'rzIt'k, '40, 2 -f 7- J laid 1 X v X 1 'fx'-ffl" -fx 4 ,4 V L W 1, X011 'ILS' FF 55 , 4 3 AWWA. E381 SENIUH EL!-l5S NICK FINZER SENTER LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENN. Enrolled Sept. '31, Fifth Football, '32, '33, Fifth Basketball, '31, '32, '33, Fifth Baseball, '31, '32, '33, Fourth Football, '34, '35, Fourth Baseball, '34, '35, Fourth Basketball, '34, '35, Varsity Football, '36, '37, '38, '39, Alternate Captain, Football, '39, Varsity Baseball, '36, '37, '38, '39, '40, Com- pany "D", '31, '32, '33, Corporal, Company '34, '35, Corporal, Company "B", '36, Sergeant, Company "B", '36, '37, Lieutenant, '38, '39, Honorary Lieutenant, '39, Honorary Captain, '39, '40, Senate, '35, PENNANT Staff, '36, '37, '38, '39, Varsity Soccer, '37, '38, '39, '40, Monogram Club, '37, '38, '39, '40, Treasurer, Monogram Club, '40, Minstrel, '36, '37, '38, '39, '40, Picked Platoon, '35, Best Drilled Company, '33, '37, Mixionary Committee, '39, '40, "Biggest Bull Shooter" '39, Lookout Mountain Club, '31, '32, '33, '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, '39, '40, School Play, '38, '39, '40- IMMANUEL C. SIEVING, JR. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Enrolled Sept. '33, Fifth Football, '33, '34, '35, Fifth Basket- ball, '33, '34, '35, Fifth Baseball, '33, '34, '35, Fourth Foot- ball, '36, Fourth Basketball, '36, Third Football, '37, '38, Third Basketball, '37, Third Baseball, '36, '37, "B" Foot- ball, '39, "B" Baseball, '38, Private, Company "C", '33, '34, Corporal, Company "C", '35, '36, Sergeant, Company "D", '37, First Lieutenant, Company "C", '38, Honorary Staff Captain, '39, Best Drilled Company, '33, '35, Picked Platoon, '34, '35, Glee Club, '37, '38, Minstrel, '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, '39, Hop Committee, '39, '40, Circulating Manager, Tor- nado, '39, Associate Editor, Tornado, '39, Advertising Man- ager, PENNANT, '38, Business Manager, PENNANT, '39. WILLIAM PAUL SIMMS AUSTIN, TEXAS Enrolled Sept. '34, Fifth Football, '34, Fifth Basketball, '35, Fourth Football, '35, Fourth Basketball, '36, Fourth Baseball, '36, Third Football, '36, '37, "B" Football, '38, Varsity Foot- ball, '39, Private, Company "D", '34, '35, Private, Company "C", '35, '36, Corporal, Company "C", '36, '37, Corporal, Company "B", '37, '38, Sergeant, Company "A", '38, '39, First Lieutenant, Company "D", '39, Honorary Captain, Com- pany "D", '39- ROBERT EMERs0N SMITHERMAN SHKEVEPORT, LA. Enrolled Sept. '36, Fifth Football, '36, Fourth Football, '37, Third Football, '38, '39, Boxing Squad, '38, '39, '40, Golden Gloves Tournament, '40, Junior Track, '38, Varsity Track, '39, '40, First Sergeant, Company "C", '39, '40, Picked Pla- twn, '38, '39- , N "' 'WRSQ 1 gill 4r4?'1ffir 4 1 a 4: X 1 X f' .sflwn 'I 1 D is do '42, 2, 'ft - , , sql, ?4iZ""r" i391 LTA' T ' yt, I 'a gl. ..,-- J' 222, 1' ' T: 'A j5.,,1n .2 rr Lia? ,, iii! wi ,?g,T x-I 3.0, ' W f .- 130 ,. . if' V ' his 54 . 'K Z 5, f tg? tg. 33? 'L Qfzlf f 1' - 1 5721- - 'fir' 25.4 ,, gi", if se - 3,12 .5 .Y gif TI" ii- ght 5 . , Qt? ,fi 13- ig,- fir 34. 1- --Q, .1 im 'p ifvl ff- .zj ,.. xJ. , '-5 5263 53, .4 ' ,JZ . fj if 1. if '1- ,4Y R ff. N:-D . . QE: '55, 35' Qi' kg' ' T - 'r ,Y , ,l 352 nf pg, , 1. fg, .qu "EY . ,, L, 1-3, LN. T" fi '1 '-EC 1 lit.. , . ff 5: 324 4-- fi 3' -c 3:6 ' . N , 1. Qi' Q . ff: J' 5,-4, , rg: 'A mfs . 113. ,55 . A. ffif-Q31 'xl ' Z 5945. fir' 'w 1523- -1. Lf' -.i F3 Ay. 1, 43 1'3" if, ll, ,'n' 1:1 155 l" f, ft, FQ, 1,53 1 'F' 5: -f' fft xl' 2 w g. . - "A sl X3-34, 3-Q :Lv JJ, er-ga 5, ,A ft. - R.,- ,L , 32.1 ,L ' . ,. Qffff ul :. 31 'J J -ffl. C525-my -inf ' '.n .' oh... . , M' t SE IIJH EL 55 CLARENCE N. STEELE S'I'ATESVII,I,li, N. C. Fntered '39, Varsity Basketball, '40, Astronomy Club, '39, '40, North Carolina Club, '40, Tennis, '40, Company HA". MONTGOMERY STEELE VVN'S'l'0N-S.-XI,IiM, N. C. Enrolled '39, Company "A", Debating Club, '40, Astronomy Club, '40, North Carolina Club, '.4O. ROBERT STEINER, IH fv10N'l'GOMl'fRX', ALA. Fnrolled Sept. '39, 'l'out'h Football, '40, Tf1l'llll1!ll Staff, '4o, Private, Company "C", CHESTER OLIVER STEPHENS, JR. Cll.YI"l'ANOOGA, TENS. Enrolled Sept. '33, Fifth Football, '33, '34, Fourth Football, '35, '36, Manager "B" Football Team, '37, Assistant Man- ager Varsity Football Team, '37, Manager Varsity Track, '38, Private, Company "C", '33, '34, '35, Corporal, Com- pany "C", '36, '37, Sergeant, Company "C", '37, '38, Picked Platoon, '34, '35, Radio Drill, '37, '38, Best Drilled Com- pany, '33, '35, Best Drilled Cadet, Company HC", '37, '38, Captain Company "C", '38, '39, Military Excellence Cup, '38, '39, Honorary Captain Adjutant, '39, '40, Boxing Squad, '37, Tornado Staff, '37, '38, Circulation Manager of the Tornado, '38, '39, Advertising Manager of the PENNANT, '39, '40, junior Glee Club, '33, '34, '35, Rifle Squad, '36, '37, Fifth Baseball, '33, '34, Monogram Club, '38, '39, '40, , B 1' M ati? 411134: Q 'ax fl! g 4 L, L ,L 3 gt, Q X . 'QA L401 SE IUH CLASS JAMIE DOUGLAS STIMSO Cll.X'l"l'.XNO0G.X, 'l'liNN. N Fnrnllerl Sent. '34, Fifth Football Mzinngcr, " , Fifth Foot- l J-l hull Team, '35, '36, Fifth liusketlmll, '35, '36, Fifth Buschnll, '35, '36, Corporal, Company "D" :ind "F", '36-'37, Sergeant, C'mnpany "li", '38, Second Lieutenant, Company "F", '39-'40, Minstrel " "6' nnior Glee Clnh " ' " Associate Iftlif x Jn J x. 1 Jn Jw mr Tornatln, '39-'40, Affistnnt '1'l't'1lSllFCI', lwiwinxinry Unm- mittev, '39-'40, Assixtatnt linlitnr, Pl-ZNYANT, '39-'40. JOSEPH I. TAYLOR, JR. ' lCl.Il.XllI'l'I'H'I'0Y, TEXN. Fnrnlletl St-pt. '36, Company "C"', '36-'37, '.l't'llIlt'SSt'E Clnh, '36, '37, '33, '39, '40, SXYilIlIUillg, '36-'37-'38, Jnninr Snt'cet', '37, Vllfilfj' Sncccr, '39+'40, 'l'1':1t'k, '38, '40, Ucclznnntinn Cnntcxi, '40, li1ll'Il1ll'll .-Mtrnmztniczll Sucirty, '37-'3R. JEROME BENTLEY THOMAS, JR. JOHXSOY CITY, 'l'liXN. Fnrnlletl Sept. '39, Cntnpnny' "ll", '39340 Student Council, '40, Sclinol Play, '40, T Tenncsace C'l nh, '40. ROBERT POORE VALENTINE CIIARI,0'l"l'liSYIl.I.li, VA. linmllecl St-pt. '39, Company "A", '39-'4 '39-'40, 'Fc-nnis, '40, ,ANlI'lbIl0l11J' Clnh, '39-' v U5 +05 I nf is xg flfif x X 1. A M314 is fl in Il fl! 1L'llIll5, 39-40, znfn "K, lfust 1 92 , II Vzirfity Soccer, Virginia C'lnlu, - 1 S Z lf' ' iv ,fi K l4l.l 3 . v c ' 1 ,M .19 xt vc, 1 as 1 1 . g... if , .fa ,g gf ,ps 1" iv I, . .S-, ve' it L! 11" z - 4: v - 'Lf 'big' , , , .rt ,- V n. Q.. 5:51 45. I, SI' . J TK ' iz, . ,. an ,s .Y i :f 1. i,,,. ,qv ,. . ,fl -- 'XL J' .I 5, -I-,' .4 ,. ,A A. 1. .15 4'J 3. 1" ., I 29 kv' .Q .L H- 7. lr 4,-. is 9. Eff ,. Mi y 7, A.-. . 4?-e - ,fr ,I 6 J M ,,,f. 'jd 3"-' 35' L-2: 'if S, bl' as-v Ji, f,:. If K, s Qi :E ' E ,L 3 . hm R. . if L., , l. ,. 7' -. ,n U. .s ga A. as . -Qu ., ,. I ' , 'iiiit wr I . iv -S? I 1-'- 5 , , , '-' ,fx fx 1 .. ,S .. v 1,-.9 ' J 1+ I. 1 L nv a, :if iq' 1,131 . 3 L, 'iff' to .J 'z',i- ' 435 2 .31. 4-ai 3 :,A.". ,,.,. 4-x,.-, BS? -A 45: '. sap. . n', 1' 1 Z . .1 SE IUH CLASS FRED C. WALLACE, JR. ARLINGTON, VA. Enrolled Sept. '37, Corporal, Company "D", '38-'39, Honor ary Sergeant, Company "B", '39-'40, Boxing Squad, '37, Third Team Soccer, '38, Best Drilled Company, '38, '39 Prefect, '38, JAMES CREEKMORE WANN cIIA'I'rANooGA, TENN. Fnrolled Sept. '35, Fifth Football, '35, '36, Fifth Basketball '35, '36, Third Baseball, 35, '36, Third Football, '37, 38 Fourth Basketball, '37, Third Basketball, '38, Corporal Company "D", '37, Sergeant, Company "D", '38, First Lieu- tenant, Company "B", '39, Minstrel, '40, Varsity Football '39, Bowling Team, '40, Tennis Squad, '38, Golf Squad, '39 BILL WEBB SHELBY, N. C. 3 Iinrolled Sept. '39, Orchestra, Band, '39, Debating Team, '40, Swimming, '39, Indoor Soccer, '39, Junior Soccer, '40, Varsity Track, '40. WILLIAM ELLIOT WHITE, JR. GRAHAM, N. c. Fnrolled Sept. '39, Third Football, '39, Third Basketball '39, Track, '40, Band, '39, North Carolina Club, '40, As- tronomy Club, '4o. L X 1106"-'Z , 94, , . QQ ll X i 4 P iiitiifti W N -- Y , 'i,AWr ziufir , 4 Ck Hqna E421 SENIUH IILASS VERNON BURLEIGI-I WI-IITESIDE PASS-A-GRILLE, FLA. Enrolled Sept. '38, Third Baseball, '39, Manager, Third Football, '39, First Class Private, Company "C", '40, Play, "Campus Quarantine," '40, Circulation Manager, Tornado, '39, '40, Copy Editor, PENXANT, '40, Florida Club, '38, '39, '40, Lookout Mountain Club, '38, '39, '40, Prefect, '38, '39, '4O. PATRICK MURPHY WILLIAMS, JR. NORTH VVILKESBORO, N. C. Enrolled Sept. '37, HB" Football, '37, "B" Basketball, '38, '39, Varsity Football, '38, Captain Football Team, '39, Var- sity Basketball, '40, President, Student Council, '39, '40, Vice-President, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '39, '40, Ken Kin, '39, '40, Secretary, Missionary Committee, '39, '40, Private, Com- pany "A", '37, '38, Sergeant, Drum and Bugle Corps, '39, '40, Hop Committee, Monogram Club, '39, '.4O. HADLEY MCDEE WILSON LENOIR, N. C. Enrolled Sept. '39, Boxing Squad, '4o. LEWIS PRICE WOOD DAVIDSON, N. C. Enrolled Sept. '39, Assistant Manager, Varsity Soccer, '40, Company "B", '39-'4o. , 2' N 94 if f 1 7 a t ' 2 kittaifaf M Q ' . I or sk ,CIM I-131 , it 1-,. 'V . r... II . 'ff' I: .ggiL.L'j-'f n 'Lf Lil., ,Y 0v1 on ,i. V,- I .. L- 7.-. , fp: U' . . y- i"3 fi' nh' :Q '1-Q' .v.,- 333 ,-,Ss M . ew 1,5 ig? LLC 'L' sr, 1' 742 1. . pa ---. .- S.. 5 , . ,xf. ...ah 1, 2.9 'S'-..' ' TID Il-' .. ,l. -Q., W., . .iii -3, 1.- .ip irv Q. 1-I. it 'Zu N- ., ,fi 4, . .16 'vj 4 ' RQ gg, '- Qv -s fi' , . . gi-. in ,I 3.5131 ,7 .J .,, . 23' "4-, "ft ,, , : eff .1 , .L of - uh.. ,-3, '51- , 1,2 . . It ., .. rx ., :i 5 t A. X , . .:" aw- Q 4 .. Gi.. 'K .12 .A Y U A Q .' Q ,J' f. 1, ,H as ,Ts '- .Yu .5 sqm ,L ' 5 1f3f1I'f .QL ..- rl..- jt .", -93' ,gt k V5 I' li 3 u". .ff V IN nf' , - ,Ifis 5,411 4 .rj . ., , W U. . K,-1 rrp' ,. ,L S, 72,3 4' 'Ht ,lf . . ,, af, 'ff ., et is H . 1. .-I ? j x, qjf. 5 Zz. ELL S51 r -, , 57:5 my 112 , -if DANIEL Colm' TANIJIERSON DONAl.n VVATERS AARNOLD DAVID BICARD. . . . IIENOI-:RSON BE1.K . TRXYIN BliI.K . . HAYNE D. BLAKEIA' . I.ES'1'ER BROOKS, JR. . . . 'IQHOMAS JACKSON BROWN . IIHNRY 'IXIIOMAS BRYAN, JR OSCAR r1iIIOM.-XS But-'1-'AI.Ow, JAMES F. BURR, JR. . JAMES H. BURROUGIIS . ROBIQR1' H. CAt.ow1n.t. . HENRY CARRINGTON . . ROBERT Lina CHAPMAN, JR .IUNIUH EI. 55 l"ir.tf Row Sf'ro711l Ron' Thin! Row T441 . Chfllflllltltlgil, Tennessee . Clmttzxnoogn, Tennessee . Atkinson, North Carolina . c'ilIll'l0fIC, North Cllftliillfl . C'h:lrlOtte, North Carolina . Fountain City, Tennessee . Charlotte, North Czxrolinzl . . Chnttrtnoogzl, Tennessee Lookout Mountain, Tennessee . . Chnttzlnoogu, Tennessee . Chztttzlnoogn, Tennessee . . Conway, South Carolina Lookout Mountain, Tennessee . , . . Detroit, Nliehigzln . Charlotte, North Carolina ...wa-Q nr l XVlI,l.I.XM t,11'wRn l,,1.r4.c.f, . -Ixmus FIIZLIIICR COOK . RomeR'1' BRIQNIL C'R.xNrz . jfmx I.r1'1cm-R f'RI5'I', VIR. . . ulosupu 11cm.xRn 1J.XX'lZNP4JR'lk, ,IR Ml 'RKW 1 . .E l if UNIUH EL 55 lfim-I Rom' S1 rum! Rum' Xv,'kI.TER Nluluuuxg DIEIZI-IN, JR. . XV11,L1.xM ll. Duxx .... FRANK Duxx , , . YV.u,'1'ER XVoon DWR . liliURUIi flII,IHiR'l lixvnis , C'r,.xRrixcr-1 XV11,sox Lnxwiormsux, GEORGE ENN:-:'1"1', JR. CHARLES lflxv-Lx . . IEAYID P.'XIAN1ER FRANK . XVII,I.I.XM RomaR'1' GAINES . Thi:-fl Raza' JR. NH , lmlliwillc, KCllfll1'kj . . VIKLIIHIJH, Flfu-iclzz . . Hrrmkly11,NCxx' York . C'11z11'lv1ttu, North' CHI'UliIlIl . Immkrvllt Ahllllllllill, '14L'Illl0N5l'C . c'hllfI1llIIH!AL:1l, ,1'C11mfxCc . . . BISIXIUII,1YIZI'lhCIil'0liIlIl , XVi11stu11-Szllclll, North Carolina , . Chzlttzmrmgzl, 'IQCIIHESSCL' . cjhlIUllllfNlg1l,,IQCIIIICNFCC , lmokmlt 1NImmtuin, ,IQCIIIICSSUC . Montreut, North C111-ulillzl . . Nalvugdmmclmee, Texzlx . Chllffllllflltglly '1'Q1111g,55Q . Lexingtmm, Virginia fN5 ,M :J I, VZ, H , -3-' 'f if. -P. ' A.. . f. ' S2 5,1 - .. . . :Elm . .ix H. I fs KEQ ff: sv' :f-2 mv v"1 I-J 1-1 'iff :fix 1141. 1-'-. .I lp 9411, 52-f av ,, Q25 'G RI? :A V- I, ' QL sq., 25" ff , 1 iiwisn zfrxf -V: -:-J'-A A 5'-i. f.: 1 ,fi -:af 'IPX-' I,Qf. ffl sl' ,jx A .-1' gf. -.7 . ' 1- 7'-. fs.. nf I, , , tgi. ,Ig '-NL.. 75. . , 5,1- '1, - E- 11. H71 if jj' ,R ., Ls x N x 1" -','. , I .., eu - li- ,gf 5,1 1' L . ..4., A, 'fi A 73 ,.-P: g ff rx. fs. -- . I '-if . Q ff? A W KN' L' Li- ll ' gcnnf ,fy A1- W. . ' I Qi I .xl . .'. ,c, Q , I, ,. iff! 1-. -.-, 1 ni.: ,.s. I 1:50 .,,.. I ' I lp ,is ra Ig ,gf JH' ,l- . Un ., 11, !"' N6 A, I ,R .N V- I! r.', ..' :ff ' V34 ns II-P' ', . Lv. 'L ww , . zf' N- ' ,If '.- -I, ., ,N ,I 521 -5' 3v' z 5 .H gn gx : V, s! 71 1 , gp, 5335- w Af, I :Jil -- FQ. su ., .9:g 13 gf? '. -me , 7-al' a . , . gms? -M ww. -3' H! 'UNIIJH III. S5 ' JDIIN MILTON GIx'I'Ias . . . HENRY BOUION flII,M.XN, JR. . EDWARD DONIXIIIJ GR.xN'I', JR. ROBERT JDIINSON IIIIMIIJIDN . HARRY HARDY . JDIINNY BAIIUER l'.lAR'l' RICHARD D. HAR'1'lIEX' FRED M. HAWLEY, JR ...., KRIEGER XVILLIAM HENDERSON, JR, . JAM ES ROY IIODGE ..... CARI. PIUGGINS . . . JAMES CLARENCE INzIfR . . CLAUDE VVIIISFORD JOINER, JR. . ffl-IOMPSON WVOIIE JONES . EDWIN GODXK'IN KIiI,l,UM . First Rau' Second Row Third Row l40l . Beckley, VVcst Yilflllllil . Chattzlmzogn, 'l't'llIlL'5Sl'L' , . Richmond, Virginia . C'lIzIttzIII00g:I, 'INCIIIICSSCC . HeIIdcI'sDII, KCIlfllK'kj' XViIIstDII-SaleIII, North Cllffllillil High Point, North CI!I'1llillZl . Bluefield, VV6st Virginia . ChattaIIODgn, 'I'eIIIIessec . CllZlffHIl0OgIl, Tennessee Chattanooga, '1'eIIIIcsscI2 . . . . GaclsdeI1,Al:IhzIIrIz1 Lookout MOL1DfHiI1, Tennessee . Ch':IttaIIoogzI, Tennessee . Tallahassee, Fl0I'lCl1l JOHN TVICDOVVELII KING . . LONNIE HARRISON LUMSOEN, GEORGE DAVID LYNCH . . ROBERT DAY MCTAMIS . JAMES M. MCDIARMID . GEORGE ASIILE1' TVICEIIVEEN HENRY KEIISO MCKINNEX' FRANK DEAN MAY . . . DOUGLAS M. MILLAR . . CORNOT GUII.I,E TVIILIIIGAN, J JIMMY M1I.I.IS ..... VVILLIAM FRASOR MITCHELL TOM MOORE, JR. . . . . JAMES LAUDER MORGAN . FREDERICK DAVID MORRIS . I R. UNIIJH EL SS Firrt Row Serum! Rau' Tlli7'Ilr Row T471 . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Clll'l?lIlIlIl00gZ1, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Rzlefortl, North Carolina . Kingstree, South Carolina Lookout Mountain, Tennessee . Durham, North Carolina . Bluefield, Vvest Virginia Lookout Mountain, Tennessee High Point, North Carolina . . Miami Beach, Florida Lookout Mountain, Tennessee Laurinburg, North Carolina . . Chattanooga, Tennessee U .... sl: A ar' if r .fx Y lr ,V :fn .L 1: he-- i- j LMMI-II QLFNEI no INIIII R. lxxiu BLSBFE PxCE IXRIIILR L. PLNOLETON, JAMES BASIL RAMSEY . . EARL ROTIIBERGER . . . UNIIIH CLASS First Raza Second Rau' . Yiekslwurg, Mississippi Greenville, North Carolina Charlotte, North Carolina . New York, New York . Clmttxninoga, Tennessee JOHN NIONTGOMERY SCHNEIDER THOMAS BENTON SELLERS . . JAMES lVIEREDI'1'H SIMS . GEORGE JACKSON SNTPES . ROBERT MTXNN SIMS . XVALTER HUNTER STAMPER, JR. I'IAROLD SAM STAR, JR. . . VVILLIAM PERRIN STEELE . FRED CYRIL STIMMEL . EDGAR JESSE STONE . Thin! Row . . Springheld, Missouri . New Orleans, Louisiana . Chztttzxnooga, Tennessee Knoxville, . Memphis . Chattanooga, Tennessee , Tennessee f . lennessee Dallas, Texas . Winstoll-Salem, North Carolina H81 . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee JU IUH CLASS VVILLIAM NEI.SoN T1'IElSS . RICHARD C. T11oMsoN . S11.AS OWENS TIIORNE, JR. . JAMES '1'oMBRAS ..... . GEORGE NTAGOCN XVALLACIL. II BEFORD XVATER, JR. . . JAMES RA1.S'rox WELL, IV . . GEORGE RICHARD VVILRINSON, JR. . FRED MADISON VVILLIAMS, JR. SUMNER MCBEE VVILLIAMS, JR. Jonx Wn,BER'1' VVoon . . JAMES RoBER'1'SoN XVoonSox . Jonx PILXLE VVRIGHT . JAMES Sco'r'1' YOUNG . First Ro-zu Scronrl Rau' Thin! Ron' l49l . Ch attzlnooga, Tennessee . Gaffney, South Carolina Charlotte, North Carolina . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Arlington, Virginia . Greer, South Carolina Daytona Beach, Florida Greenville, South Carolina . Chattanooga, Tennessee Grccnvillc, South Carolina Charlotte, North Carolina . . Louisville, Kentucky . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee w Y ,A ,1 I I ,ix A 4 - t bfi: DTR "'?99f 34? 1,51 .avg . .02 .,..,. r, Zigi.: 'Pk - i :' " 7 ,.., .fra f .F 1" S . I, .., 5 'fn ff ,1 ,, E111 "5 -Q' . - . Q In 3.1 I .N 4, Arg -' -11' . N, 5' , i , -.1 ., R V -,' : ., , , .f'f' U. , --'ff "Q 'fr 15: .. .g ,. Q-. ,TP '... 1,1 - I Iii' - -'iii ' 15. 'ii .pf N11 - . 'REQ -' .'-if 4, sg. Ja gf, . , S : tt 1 . Rf.: 'ffv' ,St ' - '. 1 1 1 -1 1 .. , S1 -' : '21 E ...vi ,V . .35 , -411 . ' '. is 53 .:' lf- -gg R, is 1297 ,, 1' ' 1 . 'sg , ..,w. . I+, ,. - lb A1- Xl T' I I r x ,. f I A A :Na 4 Q SIJPHIJ IIHE CLASS VHS Nilnxiirx Mawr, ,MC IXIPX-XNIBIR JXCR L xMFRON AIIISON TR JAMI-S ARIIILR Bxcox JAMIS B XII ARD l'lISI' Rot. Szzorzrzl Roi. Chattanooga, Tennessee Charlotte, North Carolina . Sylvia, North Carolina . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee JOHN BERRY. . . EUGENE L. BISHOP . LEI,ANo L. Boone . . PETER RIJYAI, BR.xN'1'oN . MAI, OSCAR BROCKIYIUI' CTRAIIAM BUCHANAN . . . ToMMx' I.Ax'FE'1"rIz CLARY, JR JOHN CRISMAN ..... Davin LINCOLN CURTIS . PAUL DENNIS , . Third' Rau' E501 Greensboro, North Carolina . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Maryville, Tennessee . . Lelanrl, Mississippi . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee . VVilmingt0n, Delaware , Chattanooga, Tennessee SUPHIJ UHE CLASS l'11s1' Ron xVlI.I.I.XM BERw.xRn IiERnM.xxs . . '-:incl Raw Nlndngxn VV11,1,1AM STARR IENSWN . IIENRY BINI-'ORD IZUBANR, JR. XV1r.r,1,xM 1NfARSlI.XI.I. FLACR . XVARREN SANDERS QIARDNICR, JR M.xR1oS A. G.'XRIJXliR . . . . JAMES LANIBERSON fllI,I,ESPIli, IfMME'I"I' R. H,x1.r,, JR. , . JOE NI.fXR'l1N I'1.XRPliR, JR. . .AR'l'llI,'R IIEAIAN . . CIARENCI-I A. IIESTER, JR. . HILL Icon . . . . . . ROBERT J EWELI, . . . . , IIENRY I':I.l,IS JOHNSON, JR. VVILLIAM LESLIE JONES . 61101111 R014 I hird Ruiz fill C h lIl'lI1UflJ.:l, I enna wee C h 1tt1no0g1, Iennmvee Niemphl I'ennuSee Chitt IIIOOJLI Tennusee Cwhlfl'lIlOUf,11 Tennevee 'VI lI'YXlIlt Iennewee . Mc-mphiS 'I cnnessee c'h1llfZlIlUUJ.I'l, Tennessee Ch'1tt'1noog:1 Tennessee Cl1'1ttnr1oug'1, 'I ennessee C'l1'1tt1noog'1, Tennessee f'hiCk'llT1'lllg1 Georgia Ch'1ttan2o,qn, Tennessee liarbourville Kentucky K + sf f 1 1 1,1 51 4 'N Y ":'v -IL dxf . J. , 1.1, .4' ggg? .- e-,lf 'TL fffz .51 K1 fn 3.5 1,1 -av nw. :Lil ., 'ri , ,al ,, , ,., 1. - 2. :wif Yfflb- Q v.f -m ,om 15' A 8 I t 5 ui T' -M J. A v , 1-P i . ull-- 1,e4'5i. nj . SUPHU UHE EL 55 CARI, STEVENSON KINCAIID, JR. . ROBERT VANCE LAMBERT . . . XVALTER TTANES I,ANCAS'l'liR, JR. In-XVVRISNCIE LAss1'1'ER . . . . . FIQHOMAS FLox'n 1,liA'l'lIl5RXSO0D, JR. . JAMES BUEORD LEVAN, JR. . DOOLEY LO'l'nRoP .... SAMUEL B. LOWE ...... XVILLIAM HARVEY lVICCl,AN.-XHAN ROBERT Cox MARTIN .... FREDERICK MANSFIELD Mll,I,lGAN GEORGE NV. NTOORIZ .... CHARLES TnoMAs PERRY, JR. BEN POWELL, JR ..... JACK ROBISON . l"ir.ft R ou' Snfond Rau' Third Rau' I 521 . Clinton, Tenneasee . Henderson, Kentneky . Johnson City, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tenneasee . Memphis, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee . . . Knoxville, Tennessee Lookout Mountain, Tennessee . . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Birmingham, Alabama Lookout Mountain, Tennessee . . Bluefield, VVest Virginia . Chattanooga, Tennessee Chickamauga, Tennessee . Murfreesboro, Tennessee SUP Slwsvmzx I.1aoNAk1n Rorzlfks, jk. NV1r.1,1,xM IIAMME1, Srmxxox Samurai, IRWIN S'1'xiwAR'l', jk. B.fx1l.m' FAsl.1sx' Snmsow . J. B. Snoxmz . jAxb.1Fs HUBERT T.x1.1A1'HkRo, jk. jAMr:s VULUMBUS 'TA-Xl.I.EX', jk. M.1.cx 'INHOMPSON . . Lao N1ORRlS Tkuvlx . llufzu XVULFORD XVIIASON, jk. Frusn l'E1.'1'1aR XVoonA1.1, . Usscmxs YOUNG, JR. . HU UHElH.5S l"i1'.fl RMU SFUIIIIII Razz' Third Rum' 1331 . Cllllllllllfilbgil, Tennessee . . Hirmillglrzlln, .'xl1ll31llUIl . Greensboro, Nurth Cllflllillll . Clmttzlmengau, 'l'e1meafee . Cxhdfldlltlligll, '1'e11ns-see Ch1lIILlllIl1lgLl, 'l'ennessee . Knoxville, VIXCIIIICSSEC . Cjhllftllllllllgll, Tenncssee . Chzlttznmmga, Tcnnewee . Columbia, South Carolina . . . Clmzlttullungal, Tennessee YVinston-Salem, North Carolina I s w :,v .v :E V. ll' 'I 'L ' v Q, . Q 1, .gs .Er ' - ,,,, , . .fx ' 'L' Milf ' 5 ,, 3,9 A It 229345 51-.. lic 722 il? TL- ., I.- ,A 5.1 Af: QM- " --A .V .-- S-. ... 1, 'Pu :Yi by '13- ,,,. . ZR 'r ,54 ', . 'fx' UJ- ,.-. 'if Jflf' :il S51 'A 1,5 - Iii, Fin. - 5 - :gil l, T. i, Liv L li. ' M 1' ' 1? W iii ,ga-3 IIE :gs 'X : :Q I -, JS' cy' 'fa fb ,,. . LIL 5 425.41 L ffs- 1 - is by ww? e Q, : I .I ' - , .Q 1.2 4 - ,,. I. 2 - . fi-., Q SEI i 355' f' 3 Q - S, 4, ,- - -iff A.: :fit- .nt 9 23: ...I ng, wg. . If I ,-1 E - I- -.4 F' F' J-X. IV, f ,, , - 1,1 5 1, If 1 f', ,.' .xf , K.. QPU' ', :,. --1" L, , if K- ' I ,- w u- ff v ' 'fs S Lf" 2-fi I I, 2 45:1 X . ,L .LE IT! Q , 1, I ' 5173 ', 5 -'ff . Rfb: wil.: ' Ar, ff-'L '- J-wif ' .fig lj Af: '. -ifw , A I ..n,.. 'Ez :- I A '5,. f, ., r,,, I I FHESHMAN EL S5 FDWARD KTORIJON ABLE, JR. JACK B. ALLISON . . . EIJVVIN CARY ANDERSON . Ross ORMALI. BALDWIN, JR. GEORGE THOMAS BRIGIII' FRED HERMIXN BROWN, JR. FRANKLIN PRINCE BROx'I,Es NORTON RACAN CAMPBELL, BURKETT REED CARVER, JR. . EDWIN FRANK CHOBOT, JR. . JOHN MILES CORBETT . NOEL N. COE . . . . . JAMES FRANKLIN CORN, JR. CHARLES RICHARD DIET'ZEN TOMMY EICIIELBERGER . . First R 0 Srfmnzf Rau' Third Row E541 . Newberry, South Carolina Lmlgrneadow, Massachusetts . Chllffilllilflgd, Tennessee . . . . VVashington, D. C. Lookout Mnuntzlin, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Chattano-Oga, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee . C'h'zIttanOOga, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee . . . Tokyo, Japan . Cleveland, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee . . . Eustis, Florida .0 FHESHM!-KN EL SS lfim Rom' J. MARSH ITRHRH, JR ..... ' . C111 IA!-S1.rax' VVALKHR I!,xMn1.1ax, jk. . Ch: FRANK IlARmx1cK ..... . c'lC'VC'lilYNl, ' jour: Haxkx' lI1l.l. . . Ch l'.w1, Hom' . . , U11 SITOIIII Ruiz' GARVEN F. HUIJCINS . . ..... . C111 JAMES PAU, JUHNSON, jk. . . Ch: XV11,I,1,xM SPEARS I,,x'11Mokr:, JR. . . Ch N1.XR'l'1N Dou:1,.xS LHYAN . . . Qwlll EUGENE MCNH-ir., jk. . . . Tlzinl Razz' CLARENCE S'lgl-IVVARIJ 1xIlI.l.S . . .... Chxmzumoogn, ' CHARLES Ihkwoon MUURMAN, jk. . . MORRIS BEI.KN4XP NIOORMAN . . . CARL XVILLIAM MUSEBIQCK, jk. . . Chattanooga, ' H,xRo1.n jixcxsox PH11.1.xPS L55 I Clmttnxlcogzx, l'cn11c-SSL L1 INCIIIISSFEK' lkllllesscr lcllllssscr IQGIIIIESSCC 1'c-nneSSee- fcullcsscc Iflllwssrfv 1.0111195500 Georgia 11t'llllC'5SL't' Kenruclq Kentucky Vennesssc 110111165589 by 'QT .. ,-.,- 41 ,51 ' Y-5' f-' EQ-172 ff' K? 'J 'fo ,IEP 17 7, A .. Ljfr, r-"' ' 1 Q E51 -,z-'. .1525 rf'-.' jj 1. 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HARRY DEFOREST SPENCER GERRX' UNDHRXYOOD STEPHENS EDWARD Gn,BER'1' TALIAFERRO CHARLIE THOMPSON, JR. . fiUY SUMMIZRFORD TRIBBI.E . ALBERT DUNBAR VVEDEMEYIER, BILLY VVXLIJAMS .... BILL P. 'WILLIAMSON . First Row Second Rott' Third Ron' T561 . Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia . Jamestown, Pennsylvania Lookout Mountain, Tennessee . . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Charlotte, North Carolina . Clrzlttanooga, Tennessee . Clizlttanooga, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee . . Chattanooga, Tennessee Lookout Mountain, Tennessee . . Fort Benning, Georgia . Chattanooga, Tennessee . Chattanooga, Tennessee EIEHTH HH Ar.mf:R'1' OSC.-XR IXRCIIIE . . fflillkflli VVH1'l'1Nr: BALES . Al.r:x,xNnER Bmclr BROOKS XVn,x.1AMs C.xl.mxrcl,l. . . . jwx BHRNARIJ llnls I,ras'1'r:R QIORIPON If1'1'z1'A'l'R1cK RrmlcR'1' CAXYUN JONES . . LowRx LAMB ..,., . Llwls XV11.I,1,xM I.1,1-:wE1,1.xx . ICARI, Kxmxu' M.xf:RAT11 . O11vl:R XXYINIJIWI. I'o'1"1'ER , . . XVlI,I,I.fXM XVICRICR Rosxxsux , RAXMUNIJ XV,x1.1..xcrs Ro'1'uBrzRf:r:R . IZIJXYARIJ CH.-XRI.IiS 'l'Al.I,m' 1111011 LYNN '1'u.x'1cHf:R, -IR PI.-XRRY 1fl.I.l0'l"I' VIQRRAN . . XV11,u.1,xM TAx'1.oR XVA-xm: . . S'l'EPllIfINS Armrcx NVlI,l.l.XMS, III RORHR1' Toowas XVR1m1'r . . I .mv l"irSt Raza' Swnzlrf RIIYK' Third Ruff' l"UIll'1ll Ron' . Cllzlttzlllcuogzl, v1't'Illlt'55C't' . . Chzlttcllmogxl, 'lxcllllessee . . Cllllffilllllflgll, '11-Illlessee Inulmlzt Iwilllllllllill, 'II-Illleasee . f'll1Ilf1lIlUUQ,'1l, VIQCIIIICSSCC . . VVc'w0kz1,Oklahoma . C'h:1tlLmo0gu, 'Ixk'IlIlC5SSt' , fwllZlII1lIl0!7gll, 'Il-Ilrlesacc , QYIIZIIIIIIIOUQLX, 'lflmlmcrsee , FIIZIIISIIIOOQZI, 'l19IlIlt'NSt't' . . . . Kilgore, '11-xzu . fwhlltlllllfbflgll, 'lflllzcsxev . fvll'1lII1lIl00LLI1l, 'l'c11l1e-nee . C'I1:lttz1noog11, 'lkfnnllessee . C'l1:1tt:111o0ga1, 'l'c-nnessee . Micldlesborm, Kentucky . Cllzlttzlllcmogzl, 'Ixcnuesaee . Chllffilllflllgll, 'Ix4'llIll'S5t'C . f'h:1rt:umogn, 'llkrllmesxec 40 I571 1 4 -f A V J fs. C. ,Q .,. I vo va -R ,on W XA A. 1 f' 7 Q SEVE TH GH DE VVILLIAM SUMMON BECKER VVILLIAM CORNELIUS BOIAIEN TOMMY LA'1'noM BUTTRAM fl.-XINES PIENIJIAETON CAMPBELL . l5n,I,Y CARI. CARTINHOUR . JAMES JOSEPH COCHLAN . FIQHOMAS ALLAN CTARDNER JOHN MURRAY IIICREY . . MURRAY FRANRUN HICKS . KENNETH HOUSTON HOXVARD, JODIE GRIP'l"lN KISSINGER . CHRISTOPHER STEPHEN MOORE GLENN STANLEY ROTHBERGER GEORGE FRED VVILIAIAMS . CHARLES AALLEN Y'ATES . First Rau' Second R010 Third R010 T531 Looko Clmttznlmoogzx, Cxllllffllllfiflgll, cwllilftllllflflgil, C'h:lttz1nooga, cwllllftllllliflgll, CllIlfIllIl0Og!i, Chattanooga, Clmttanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, ut Mountain, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee MILITARY Cazffl fllrzjor EDGAR H. LAXVMAN HERBERT P. DUNLAP Captain 323rd lnfanfry, Commandani. Captain Dunlap came to the McCallie School in 1925 as a graduate of The Citadel, where he was the best all-round cadet in his class. It is largely through his untiring efforts that the McCallie Battalion has been able to achieve a military rating of uexcellentv from the in- specting R. O. T. C. officer of the Fourth Corps Area. Calif! Clllflfllill and .liljlzmnl lNl.'XRSHAl.I. Gorman fjllilfl 1,I'f50IHI1'l Lirzdrnazzf M.uuq II. HMS E611 BATT!-XLIUN STAFF CAIJET EIIGAR H. LAWMAN . CADIET MARSHIILI, GOREE CADET MARK H. HAYS . CADET SAM HAMILTON . CAIIET GEORGE E,wEs . CADET ROBERT HAMILTON CAIIET fIAROLD STARR . DAVID P. MCCALLIE . CHESTER O. STEPHENS . IMMANUEL SIEVING . NICKY SENTER . . . .,,..,Major . Captain and fffljutant . . Perxonnfl Lieutrnant . . . . , Qzzarterflzaster Lieulnnant . . . . . . . . . Staff Lieutenant Supjrljz Sfrgfalzl .f'155iyllL'L'l to Iflf Staff Supply Corporal Jssigncd lo the Staff HONORARY OFFICERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cadltt Captairzand Adjutant . Cadet Captain and Hdjzztafzt . , . . , Cadet Captain . Cadrt Captain E621 The Military Department of the McCallie School endeavors to give to each cadet those fundamental principles of military training that will be of most benefit to him at McCallie and in later life. In develops the ability to give and receive commands and teaches the cadet the meaning of military discipline and courtesy. It is a means of regular exercise, which is very beneficial to the growing boy. In order that each cadet might have some goal toward which he can work many awards are given at the end of each year. The Carter Trophy, a saber to the best drilled cadet in the battalion, is given each year by a re- tired major of the battalion, and it is the most prized of all the military awards. Other awards are the Allison Award to the best drilled private in the battalion, the Leach Cup to the best drilled company, the Clemons Memorial Cup to the retiring major, and a medal to the best drilled cadet in each company. The new Infantry Drill Regulations were installed in the McCallie Bat- talion this year, and because of the efficient and faithful work of all of the officers it has been a year of notable success. I COMMISSIONED OFFICERS E631 GI-Zrmmi N1CIfI.ROY . . ...... Caplan: JOHN CROWEU. . , . , . . First Liculfzzazzl BILL HL'n1,ow ..... .... S 'wmml Li1'Ilff71ll7lf J. D. RIVERS .... . . .S'1'r'om1 I,f1'1lfl'llllllf ROBICRI' NUJURF . , . Firft Srrgrnzzl SERuE.xNTs 1. KIM: J. BROXVN T. Momma XV. SCm.12MMraR K. HIZNIJERSON MUNR012 CoRPoR.xLs .ARNOLD I". BROWN FNNla'I"1k LUSK BANMQR II. ISRYAN HfXMBI.liN MASSEY I. BliI.K F. Drxx HU'I4CIlliNS SELLERS 'l'R1BB1,E PRIVATES C. A1,I.1soN C'r..xRK LAMmsR'1 C. S'1'Efar.F B.u.r..xRn C0014 MCCOY M. STEELI5 BAI.I.OI"l" NV. D1li'I'ZIiN A. MMS VAL.EN'1'1NIi Bmkn l?.wl.'r G. IVIOORIZ XVATERS BROCK M. GARDNI-:R Nmsmak F. VV11.l.1AMs I.. BROOKS NV. Hkowx CllAPM.'XN IIART L. joxrcs K lismfamcl. F. Scu I.liMM EK SN11-Iis SPWQCIQR M. XX7II.SON J. VVoon XVOODALI. i641 rio llfwvm' . . . . ....... Cvllfllllll JAMES XVAXY .... , ..,.. Firsr Lifllffllllllf lfoRRlas'1 LAILXIR , . . , . Srfolzdl,iful1'11z11zl VERNON 1iI'1I,I.EY .... . Suomi LiI'llfl'IllllIf GORDON IIUDIJLESTON . . Firyz Sm-gfanr SERGEANTS IJAVHNPORI' KIDD R.xM51ix S'11M:v1r:l, li. LJUNN F. xV.fU,I,ACE -I. Bl..xcKw1Ql,1. CoR1'o1:.x1,s Dx ER AIUINIQR 111551 ICR LYNCH QPILMAN C. llixkmrf H. IJQVAN C. M11,l,1G.xN INZER D. P0'1"1'ER 11. ROBINSON PR1x',xTEs IMCON IiL'l:AN'N II. IIARRIS R.xf:.xN II. Brink lfmcx Il,xR'1'l,m' SCOTT G. B1..xcKwr.l,I. Cf.XI'I'IIliR 111N'1'0N 'YIIOMAS Bl,.xKE1.x' lin ES Lou E XVIQDEMIA ER Hcmrslrl Clonsm' INACDIARMIIJ XVILKINSON Coma f1fJI.IlliN F. M11,l,1c:.xN XVII,I,I.XMS f'0RN f?RAN'l N1I'lCIIIil.I. XV. NV11,l.1.xMs DraNN1s l'.IiRIJM,XNS lluum ICH I". IIARRIS NliII.I. PIlIl.I,II'S I.. XVoon J. YOUNG vm ,Am .V , 4 .-,, T651 lgMw...- EIJWARII CHAPIN ..... .,..., C 'ajzlain IiARl1XVICK CAI,IJNSlEIII, . . . .... First Lifutnzanf RICHARD KOEI,I,A . . . . . . Sfforzd Lifllffllllllf EUGENE GI,AzE . . . . . Sefomi Lirufmzanl ROBERT SIvII'I'HERMAN . . . First Srfynzzzt SEROEANTS R. CALDVVELI, BIANCIIARO XV. JONES N1IlII,AR E. ROTHBERGER QJORPORALS FRANK XV. HII,I. LANCASTER SMITH FUOUA JEVVELI. ROGERS B. STIMSON HARPER J- JOHNSON M. SIMS r1'AI.I,EY G. XVALLACE PRIVATES J. ALLISON HUSBI' MORGAN G. STEPHENS BALDXVIN Ii. H.fXl,l. PENIxI,E'I'ON STEWART BERRY II. HARDY PICKETI' STONER BOOLE HARRISON RICHARDS 'IXAYLOR BRANTON IIAIxI,EY A. ROBISON C". THOMPSON B. BROVVN LOTHROP XV. ROBINSON 'INHORNE BRUMBY N1Cf'AR'I'Y SCHNEIDER VVHITESIIIE BUCHANAN MARTIN W. STEELE WOOIISON M. MOORMIXN STEI NER l66J will HPNRY CAULKINS . , ..... . Captmzz VVxr.1.1,xM SIMMS . . . , Firyl Lifzzlrnnnl ROBERT AMOS . . , . . Sffomi 1.irutfrzan! JACK REES111 . . . . . . Svfond Lirufrmuzt JAMES JOHNSON . . Firsi Svrgfani SERGEANTS IQUMONDSON GRHQNE I.L'MSDFN SIAMPER Cc1RPoR,xI.S J. ADAMS Hxlnm- I.,x'1'1MuRra PERRY D. .ANDERSON C.xRR1Nm'oN McAM1S SHANNON XV. QLXRIJNER M11.r.xS M. '1'11oMPSoN PRlv.xTES ABLE f'I'R'I'IS, Kxxuxm PACE BISHOP R. D1E'1zr3N l.H.x'lmzRu00n O. Po'l'1'r:R BVRK IiNS1r:N J. l.rcV.xN Powrzm. ISVRROUQHS GIBSON I.I.liXVI'II.I.XX SHERRILI. XV. C.xl.nwm. FARVER i'l1mzo'1' CRISMAN CRANE J. I111.I. NICNEH. Ilomsr-2 M ,xr:R.x'1'H HOVSICR In M.u' IIVUGINS Ml'SlcmiCK R. JONES C. NIOORMAN R. '1'1mM1-SON A. VV1I.I.1AMs XVu.r.mMSoN II. XVILSON R. XVRxfzu'1 vsvlyk S. Q. if in I671 RflRI41R'l' S'1'klsr2'1' . ,.,.., Caplan: F11 I,0CKlz'1'1' . . . ,... Ifirfl I.iI'llf1'I1llIIf jxmcs Srmsov . . . .... SVZYUIIJ1,i1'llf1'Il!lllf JAMES Gonwlx . . . . Swfzzzd Lifuffzmnl ClI.XRl.liS GRIiI'IIIili . , Ifirxl .S'n'guz11l b1cmzl5Axx'1' -I. XYR1c:11'1' CoIu'cm,xLs B ROCK l'f'I"l' I-'la I-:R re SIX ER PRIXYXTES C. ANDERSON N. C.xM1'B151,l Illcmcv SI-IIZPHFRIE AI,liXANlJliR C.xR'l'rak H1045 'IxnA'1'cula1z ,NRCIIIH C'.XR'I'INlIOL'R H0151 'IQIIEISS lilscmk Cora Iloxxpxkn YIZRRAN ROLEX C'oc:u1,,xN Klsslxm-:R XVADE B. BROOKS CORmc'l'1' LAMB XV121.1,5 BU'I"I'RAM D.u'1s C'. Mumui G. XVlI,1,1Ax G. C4AMPBl'II,I, lf1'1'fP.x'1'R1c14 G. Rox-n1nr.RcF:R YAXTIZS Gxklmxuk R. Rolllfzlclarznrz 165i THE B!-X I11s1f1'11 Buch . . . . .... 0111111111 I 'l'oM CTku'1'Q1f11f11a1,1m . . . First I,i1'11l1'111111l TOM llowxm' . . . , . SI'l'0!l1f Lifllffllllllf C'111xx1u1,1zk Kxxf: . . , . . .... S '1'ro111l 1,i1'Ilff'lllHll P,-vr XVI1,1,1AMs . . . . Firxl I.i1'11lf11z111l, Iiuglr Corps IIIQNRY MK'KIXNliN' . . . . . Fir.vl S1'!'!fl'llIlf SERGEANTS lgl3l"I".Xl.UN' llrczcxxs JU1111 PI'I"I'M:XN C'1..'x14Y i1.XINES AM 14.5 Ii1x1,1ss Ilkmmlss f'.XL'lJII1l. C'0xNH1.1. C'R1s'l' l5,Xl,Y li. JONES Ii1c11u1,B1'1u:1-:R Iilmcsxkrox f1.,XKRE'I"l' f1II1l1IiSI'Ili Il1-:A1,0N I fl1N'1'1,1sx Icon: Ii. JIHINSHX CoRPoRA1.s PR1v,xTEs 'l1x1,1AFE1e1um K1c1,1,L'M l,ASSI'l'ER McC1,AN.-x11.xx MCI-I1.VEr:w McSw1x1x Mll.l.S Mukkxs NI"XS"I'l1Y 'IROMBRAS 'l'kl'P1N R. SIMS S'1'oN1i U. '1'.x1,1,x '11.Xl.l.EY XVI-11113 NVl11'1'1i O. Youwr VIERRU l6'9l A div CADET GEORGE McEI.ROY ....... CADET THEO HARVEY .... Capzain ILIT HY ST FF . . Seniur Captain and Airing Afljuzam E701 HU UHII IIE 5 CADET GEORGE ENNETT B5-51 Drxllcrl Curpoml, Cmnpany A CADET CLAUDF JOINER Bas! Drillml Corporal, Cmrzfvarxy B CADET HANES LANCASTER Bert Drillnl Corporal, Cmrrpany C I CADET HENRY CARRINGTON Bef! Drillml Corporal, Company D CADET JACK DAVIS Bert Drillczl Corporal, Cmnpanjv E CADET NVILLIAM JONES Best Drxllezl Corporal, Band C CADET HERBERT GIBSON Bef! Drillud "Rai", New Cade: CADET VUILLIANIS CAI,DXVEI.I Best Drxllnl Privale, lfxghilr Grade CADET GLENN ROTHBERGER Bef! Drilled Priwne, Seventh Grade CADET WILLIAM SIMMS . . . Capmin Company A CADET ISD LOCKETT . . . Captain Cumpany B 9144 M V b 135 4 if W? .jf -nw If, 1' .a if K te 5 1 is., was ' 'va qw -M M . ' ATHLETICS V. X X PUUTBALL COACH K. H. HOWARD Coach "l5itsv" piloted his tenth lNIcf'allie team through 11 season which will he long remembered tor the fighting spirit shown hy the team in the Baylor game. DAVID McCALLIE To David we wish to express our gratitude and thanks for all he contributed to the success of the year. David was elected Captain last year, but was unahle to play l7c1'ZlllsC of an in- jured knee: however he was at practice every day helping in every w ay he could. PAT WILLIAMS Pat played good foothall this year, especially on the ot- Iiense. As Captain he gave his fine spirit, and as end he gave a good game, starring in his final game hy scoring I a touchdown against Baylor in the last seconds of the first halt. NICKY SENTER "I'linger" wound up his ninth year at McCallie hy being elected alternate - captain. Nicky was always alert and ' was especially good at out- guessing the other learn. I73l C. M. S. MCILWAINE Athletic Director M. J. FLOWERS, JR. Assistani Coach SUMMARY Although the record of the Mt'C':1llie Blue Tornado for the football season of 1939 was not so impressive as some in former years, the fighting and dogmatic spirit of th'e players will always remain in the minds of McCallie students and supporters. The team was inex- perienced, but steadily improved during the season un- der the skilled hands of Coach "Bitsy" Howard, ably assisted by Coaches HBnek" Flowers and Con Davis. The Tornado, playing a diflicult schedule composed of many teams having greater manpower and experience, broke even by winning five and losing the same Illlm- ber. David McCallie, who was to captain the 1939 Tor- nado, was unable to participate in athletics this year because of a knee injury, so Coach Howard molded his team around five other lettermen returning from the season of 1938. Pat VVilliams automatically became captain, and Nicky Senter was elected as alternate captain. Pitts, Adair, and Kidd did most of the scoring and were the leading yard-gainers. Special mention should be given Forrest Adair for making the All-Mid-South and All-City teams, his fine kicking and passing awarded him the distinction of being the Blues' most consistent back, and he was given the trophy for being the most improved player in the backfield. Bucher Scott, fighting guard from Atlanta, made the first team on the Free Press All-City, and Pat VVilliams and Noah Pitts were on the second team All-City selection. liddie Lawman was presented a trophy for his display of spirit in practice. Any summary of the team would be incomplete without mentioning the valuable assist- ance contributed by lVlr. lVIcDowell as trainerg Mr. Mcllwaine as a splendid athletic directory Mr. Purdy as the dashing statistician of the gridiron, Cheerleaders Newton, Ennett, and Carrington, Harry "Skinny" Hardy as that grand assistant trainerg and those two hardworking, indispensable managers, Blackwell and The i939 Blue Tornado C. A. DAVIS, JR. Assistant Coach Godsey. The work done by the above cannot be appre- ciated too much or praised too highly. A hrief resume of the games the Blue Tornado played during the season of 1939 follows: McCallie, 6: Sl. Andrews, 0 In the first game of the season McCallie succeeded in beating St. Andrews on Patten Field, 6 to o. After several attempts of both sides to score, McCallie marched down the Held from the Saints' 4,9-j'21I'Kl line by Forrest Adair's pass to Captain Pat XVilliams and Billy Kidd's run to the to-yard stripe. From there Noah Pitts took the ball over for the only score of the game. McCallie, I3g Duncan. 0 The Blue Tornado, appearing to be more powerful than it had appeared in its opening game, scored a decisive victory over the Longhorns from Nashville, CHARLES McDOWELL Trainer I3 to o. Both touchdowns were made by Adair, who went over from the one-yard line for the first and later intercepted a pass on the Blues' own 18 and ran 82 yards for the tally. This game featured a punting tluel between McCallie's Blue booter, Forrest Adair, and Duncan's Hill. McCallie, 6: Notre Dame, 20 The third game of the season proved to be unlucky to the Blues, as they were overpowered by the Irish on Chamberlain Field, 20 to 6. Early in the game Mc- Hugh, Notre Dame's triple-threat hack, tossed a pass to Giles, making it 7 to o. In the second quarter Kidd caught a pass from Adair and ran over for a touch- down, but the attempt for the extra point was no good. Hamill scored again for the Greenies in the third quarter, and in the last minutes of the game McHugh raced 43 yards for the final touchdown. Pat Williams scores touchdown against Baylor on pass from Adair . ,,,. ' . if .. - A .,. - A-I gg' y n R ,LmL ,. ' if W "" ,. 4 2:12221 A ,Q , .... t 1 M Q . . - e l I L . Aj ". s , P- 4 ' y .. n, f . Q X A , . .... X 5 V ter. Bond scored in the second period and Tucker N went over from the 7-y1lI'Ci stripe for the final touch- F 5 . down in the third quarter. Y X McCallie, 6: City, 2l Defeat again took the Blue Tornado as they were beaten 2I to 6 by City High in the two schools' thirty- fifth meeting. Blake made the f'irst two touchdowns with' Maroon drives beginning from the 42 and 45-yard lines, respectively. Blake intercepted Adair's pass and ran to the McCallie 27. After losing the ball on downs, Adairls punt out of danger was short, and Bales soon went over for City's final score. After this the Blues drove the ball to the Maroon one-yard stripe, and Pitts carried it over for the only Blue touchdown. McCallie, l8: B. G. A., O On Friday, October 20, McCallie came back strongly and scored an easy 18 to 0 victory over B. G. A. under the arc lights of Patten Field. Williams caught a pass from Adair and ran 20 yards for a touchdown. On the last play of the first half Iluddleston intercepted a B. G. A. pass and galloped 55 yards for the second touchdown. In the third period the Ridgers drove down the Held for the last score, which was made by Pitts. McCallie, Og Darlington, 20 A week later the Blues battled with Darlington at Rome, Georgia, only to be defeated, 20 to o, before a capacity crowd that filled every nook and corner of the Tigers' football stadium. Rhea took a pass from Finch and made the first Darlington marker in the first quar- McCallie, 6: Castle Heights, 33 Again bitter defeat found the crippled McCallie eleven, for it was beaten, 33 to 6, by a strong Castle Heights team at Lebanon, Tennessee. On the opening kickoff Bostick ran S7 yards for a touchdown. Later Myers plunged over for the second score, Clevenger tacked on another, and Bostick added two more. Billy Kidd chalked up the only Blue marker by racing 71 yards with a pass from Adair. McCallie, IB: Asheville, 0 Rebounding from these losses, McCallie again saw the light of victory by defeating the Asheville School for Boys 18 to o on the losers' field. Pitts scored in the first quarter from the I5-j'2lI'li line and again in the third quarter from the 6-yard stripe. Adair made the final touchdown when he slashed through tackle for 20 yards. McCallie, 207 Wallace, 0 In this game on Patten Field McCallie turned on the pressure and easily overwhelmed NVallace, 20 to o. Adair broke away for 61 yards in the first period, finally being brought down from behind by Core on the VVal- lace 15. Three plays later he passed to Kidd for a touch- down, Kidd passed to Adair for the extra point. Adair plunged over from the one-yard line for the second marker, and a pass from Adair to Nicky Senter netted the final touchdown. The conversion for the extra point was good. McCallie, 7: Baylor, 27 The tenth' and final game of the season was with the Baylor Real Raiders on Chamberlain Field. Al- though McCallie lost, 27 to 7, they played a magnifi- cent game and showed the fighting spirit for which Blue teams have been famous. Baylorls first touchdown was made by Revingtong in the last ten seconds of the first half Adair completed a pass to VVilliams, who went over for a Blue score, making it a 7-7 tie at ,ps- half-time. Superior reserve material gave Baylor an H Y . V, . :A,i, N M p . if 1. ef Q . .. . I 5 I advantage, and Hall scored two touchdowns and Spaulding one in the last half. The Blue Tornado and McCallie student body showed more spirit and were aroused to a higher degree of anxiety in the 1939 game than at filly of the former in the annual series. The season ended with live wins a11d five losses. The following men were awarded letters: Captain Pat Williams, M'-End Captain VVilliams, by his cooperative and never-say- die spirit, led the Blue Tornado through its 1939 sea- son. Pat was a fine fiankman, played consistent, heads- up football, and caught a great number of touchdown passes. Pat's hue play and leadership will be missed o11 the Blue gridiron next year, but we know that he will be carrying on the good work wherever he may go. Alternate-Captain Nicky Senfer, M"-End Nicky has held down an end position for three years now, and will leave a gap which will be hard to till next year. Nicky played alertly and helped the team out by his excellent defensive play throughout the entire season. David McCallie, MH' Dave was elected captain of the 1939 Tornado, but was unable to play because of a knee injury received last year. Dave helped all year by his assistance in coaching Zlllkl was given a letter as honorary captain. Forrest Adair, M'-Back The "Blue Booter" was the most valuable man in the backfield this year and will long be remembered as a sensational punter, a better-than-average passer, a good runner, and a tough defensive player. This 160-pound halfback was the sparkplug of the Blue Tornadols ate tack all season and made the All-City and All-Mid- South teams. He will be greatly missed on next year's Tornado, and his place will be mighty hard to fill. Bucher scoff, M-Guard Bucher came to us this year from Atlanta, where he was a substitute for Boys' High last year, and suc- ceeded in juinping into a starting role on the lN1cCallie eleven. Bucher made the first team on tl1e Free-Press s 'WM H. ...- .,:- sg H, . ,' ' "' 'lk . Q, n . 1 ", , .ta '1 Xl John Wood, M-Center john is another newcomer that jumped into a starting position on the team. He played some outstanding ball this year, and his presence on next year's team will be welcomed. William Schlemmer, M'-Guard Bill was a member of last year's undefeated Tornado and carried on his good playing this year. Schlemmer sparkled in the Baylor game by catching a Red Raider who was in the open on his way to the goal and play- ing a splendid defensive game. William Kidd, M-Back Billy was known throughout the season as McCallie's "Speed Merchant" and was usually on the end of the Adair-Kidd passing combination. After he snagged a pass it was practically impossible to catch him, for he ra11 like a streak of lightning. Robert Munroe, M-Tackle "Hoodoo" received a broken collar-bone in the middle of the season and had to be out for the rest of the year, but he had already shown himself to be a tackle of no mean ability. He was a consistent player a11d always saw that no opponent ran through his position. Noah Pitts, M-Back Noah "Little Bulll' Pitts was a hard-running fullback who sparked the team to many victories. Noah was All-City and really deserved his varsity letter. t also a smashing tackler who hacked up the line well. He was high scorer on the Blue grid machine and was always a constant threat to the enemy. Noah was elected captain of next year's 'l'ornado. Marshall Goree, M-Center , Marshall came up from the "B" team to shine on the varsity this year. He was a steady, consistent player who filled his center position so well that he was elected to he the alternate-captain of the 1940 Blue Tornado. William Hudlow, M-Tackle Bill also came up from the "B" team to play hall with the varsity this year. Bill showed that he could well be depended on when he hroke up many of the attempted off-tackle plays made hy the enemy. Robert Amos, M-Back After playing on the third team in '38, Boh jumped into a starting position on this year's eleven and im- proved throughout the season. lfoh didn't carry the hall many times, hut did more than his share of the hlocking throughout the season. C. A. Massey, M-Tackle and End C. A., who had to drop out of football in '38, came hack this year and hy hard playing and steady improve- ment proved a very valuahle man, playing several po- sitions in the line. Because of his great improvement C. A. was presented with a cup for the most improve- ment in the line. Gwyn Brock, M-Taclde f'Stud" was a newcomer this year and showed that he could make the team hy his defensive ahility and fighting spirit. VVithout Gwyn's valuahle assistance the Tornado would have certainly been at a loss, and even greater, things will he expected of him next year. A Gordon Huclclleston, M'-Back Although Gordon was hampered with injuries at the hrst of the season, he proved himself to he a good quar- terback and an excellent hroken-field runner and easily made his letter "M," Gordon! elusiveness and ahility to carry the pigskin will be missed next year. Benton Sellers. M-Tackle Benton was a newcomer to the varsity this year, hut despite his inexperlence made a hard-working tackle and helped the team out tremendously. Benton will he hack next year to carry on for the 1940 Blue Tornado. Arthur Pendleton, M-Back Although this was Artls first year on the varsity, he easily made the team hy his bone-hreaking tackling and hard, low running. Art improved as the season pro- gressed and was a constant threat to the Tornado's opponents. Robert Greene, M--Guard Bohhy came up from the third team to play depend- ahle and consistent foothall for the varsity this year. Ile showed a fine spirit on the practice field and could always he counted on as a good reserve in a pinch. Jaclt Blackwell, M'-Manager jack was one of the most efhcient managers a Mc- Callie team has ever had and will always he remem- hered for his consistency and contributions to the '38 and '39 Blue Tornados. Jon Goclsey, M-Manager jon was the other hard-working manager who, with Blackwell, completed the managerial staff. Because of a foot injury ,lon could not Continue playing football, hut was made co-manager with Blackwell. "B" TEAM The UB" team had a very successful season, winning seven games and losing one. The following hoys made "B" Team football letters: H. Rohinson, Lancaster, VV. Brown, Lamhert, XV. Dietzen, L. Jones, Balloff, Crowell, l. Belk, Sieving, lnzer, Griee, Caudill, F. Milligan, Shannon, Millis, Snipes, XVaters, Frank RECORD McCallie Dalton . McCallie Bradley . McCallie Red Bank Mt-C illie Rossville . McCallie Central . McCallie Central . McCallie City , McCallie City . "B" Team E781 Diamant .mg .- I J U N l C R S sEAsON's RECORD Mcllzlllic Central . lNTCC:1llie Lee lligh hlcfzlllie Baylor . Mcffnllie Darlington McCallie Bradley . McCallie Baylor . lNlc'Czlllic liurlington Letters wcrc 2lN'ZlI'Kll'Kl to the following: lilzzkely, Lynch, Mastcll, F. Dunn, Hzlrclie-, Lowe, Joiner, Crist, XVhitr, Corn, IWC- Dinrmiml, Beard, Smithermzin, li. Lcvnn, Ramsey, lVlt'Clan:llmn, Gaither, VVh'itc'side, Manager, :incl R. XVright, Manager. M I D G E T S sEAsON's RECORD Mcfallie Og Baylor . 6 McCallie . . . O, S. M. A. 1 lNlcC':1llic Darlington O Mc'C:1llie liJlj'lI7l' . McCallie . . . O, S. M. A. O Mctffnllie S. M. A. Thr' following boys reccivecl ll'Ul'l'5I ll. liclk, fi2il'llllCl', U. XVnllm'c, A. Rolwifon, Sizcr, lloopvr, Allison, lincon, .Ail2lll1S, linsign, Talley, ll. Stimson, Cflnry, llcstcr, lrnpin, Bllllil1'Cl, 'I'homson, Lothrop, ii. Smith, :incl Bishop. M l T E S sEAsON's RECORD lNlCC:1llic Lookout Mt MvCnllic Piedmont . Mvffzlllic lgI'ZllIll'l'Cl . Mvilzlllic l,4'OlQont Ml Mvfnllic liraincrcl . lNlc'Cnllic Cl. M. A. Mc'Czlllic Cl. M. A. Thr following hoys mncla' lcttcrs: Ahlc, Lfvan, l,CZlfll6l'XH7UKl, XVright, Holt, Tnliu- fc-rro, Rutledge, lillUl'Zlll'l, G. Rotlihergcr, Llewellyn, Vluclc, Davis, XVr-lls. Carver, Chohot, VV. Clzxlclwell, lit-ckcr, Rohinaon, Corbett, Sims, C. Anclerson, nnnl Mciirzxth, IN'ln11z1gcr. Coach Howard football and had suffered four straight at the hands of Baylor, and her fortunes were at a low ebb. Today, ten years later, McCallie supporters can look back on a decade during which the Tornado blew through three undefeated seasons on the gridiron, annexed two Mid-South championships, and compiled a record of 59 wins, 25 losses and 10 ties for a percentage of .702, scoring 1,322 points to the opponents' 584. Over the same period in basketball the How- ardmen won 161 and lost 92 for a .636 percent- age, scoring 7,168 points to 6,177 for their oppo- nents, also winning two Mid-South championships. In football, the only Mid-South school to hold a winning margin over McCallie is Baylor, and the Raiders won five, while losing four and tying one. McCallie and Darlington split even in ten battles, each winning three and four ending in ties. The other eight Mid-South schools played are on the 1801 '-TE YEHE1 short end of the series, with McCallie winning all games played against Duncan and M. B. A., win- ning five from St. Andrews with one tie, and being tied by T. M. 1. once while winning three games. McCallie's percentage against Notre Dame and B. G. A. is .833, against Castle Heights is .750 and against Wallace .667. The only real football jinx for the Blues over the past decade has been City High, which has won five out of seven games. As in football, only one Mid-South school can claim an edge over Coach Howard's hardwood aggregations. M. B. A. has won 4 and lost 2 in competition with the Tornado. Against Baylor, Coach Howard has a decided advantage, winning 21 while losing only 13, for a .618 percentage. This is despite the fact that Baylor won 7 of 11 games the first three years. Against St. Andrews, S. M. A., Duncan, and T. 1. S., McCallie won every start, while against B. G. A. the record is 9 wins and 2 losses for an .818 mark, against Darlington 17 wins and 4 losses for .810, against Castle Heights 7 wins and 2 losses for .778, against Notre Dame 13 wins and 4 losses for .765, against Morgan 2 wins and one loss for .667, against Father Ryan 8 wins and 5 losses for .615, and against T. M. 1. 5 wins and 4 losses for .556. Central, City, and Bradley are the three teams holding a decided edge over the Blue in basket- ball with Central boasting a .643 mark, City .714, and Bradley .818. The one big reason for McCallie's outstanding record is Coach Kenneth Howard, a quiet, unas- suming man, who will probably be able to give several other factors which, he will tell you, have meant more than his coaching. But an unbiased observer will tell you that his teams reflect his calm confidence, his attention to fundamentals, his keen strategy, and a precision in execution, which can come only from sound coaching. His teams have been fighters, they have been colorful, and they have made McCallie proud of them. UNDER CU EH BITSY HOWARD While many of his boys have not gone on into college football because they have not had the robust physique necessary for the college game, the honor roll of those who have starred in col- lege is a long one. Ir includes four All-Southeast- ern grid greats at Georgia Tech-Jack Phillips, Fletcher Sims, Bill Jordan, and Jack Chivingtong Dick Johnson, who made All-Southern Conference guard at Davidson, Bill McKay, Walter Rimmer and Elmer Dyke at Georgia Tech, Harland Bur- nette, Clarence Wall, and Roger Frank at the Uni- versity of Chattanooga, Van Kelly and Bob Andridge at Tennessee, Ed Armfield at David- son, Con Davis at King, Paul Campbell at Union lege, Otis Malfett at Georgia, and others which may escape our memory. In basketball, too, the list includes such names as Fletcher Sims and Bill Jordan on Tech's cham- pionship team, DeWitt Willcox at Cornell, Webb Buie at Millsaps, Bennett Harrison and Jimmy Thomas at Davidson, Lanham Frazier at Louis- ville, Con Davis at King, Roger Frank at Chat- tanooga, Arthur Allen at Tennessee, Bob Rymer and Ray Manning at Vanderbilt, and Morris Bryan at Georgia Tech. This fall starts another decade for Coach "Bitsy," and one in which he will show the same ability as teacher and coach which have endeared College, Arnold Hederman at Mississippi Col- him to those who have worked under him. The 1940 basketball team had one of the brightest seasons ever to V be enjoyed by a McCallie quintet and closed its season with a rec- ord of fourteen wins and seven defeats. Two of these defeats were inflicted by an experienced Maryville High School team in the Blues' Hrst two games of the year. The Tornado chalked up 694 points to their opponents' 593, won seven and lost two in the Chattanooga Prep league to tie with Central High School for the city championship, won thirteen and lost three in Mid-South competition to lead the associa- tion, and closed their enviable season in the semi-finals of the Mid- South tournament held in Nashville, Tennessee, by losing to the de- fending champions, Montgomery Bell Academy, by a 32 to 25 score. After losing two games to Maryville, the team won six straight games, lost one, won the next four, and split even in the final eight games. "Hook" Hartley, the sensational forward who was an all-state for- ward at High Point, North Carolina, last year, led the scoring with 234 points, followed by Alternate Captain C. A. Massey with 173, Captain Gordon Huddleston with 136, Bob Caldwell with 89, Pat Williams with 38, James Tombras with 11, jack Brown with 5, Bill Brumby with 4, and John Gates and Sam Caudill with Z each. GORDON HUDDLESTON T811 Front Row: Dick Hartley, Pat Williams, Gordon Huddleston, C. A. Massey, Bob Caldwell. Back Row: Jim Clark, Manager, John Gates, Jack Brown, John Wood, James Tombras, Clarence Steele, Bill Brumby. McCallie sparlcled in the annual series with Baylor, winning all three games. Hartley aver- aged 20 1-3 points against the Raiders in every game, racking up 23 points in the Auditorium en- counter, 17 in the Baylor gymnasium, and 21 on the Blues' own court. In the latter game Baylor was overwhelmed hy a score of 50 to 26. The Tornado was the first team to defeat a Castle Heights' quintet on Heights, own court in three years and again defeated the Mid-South cham- pions in their second game in Chattanooga. Other highlights of the season include a victory over the East Tennessee champions, Central High of Chat- tanooga, 37 to 185 a thrilling decision over T. M. I. when Hartley challced up 17 points to lead the team to a 38 to 36 victoryg and the victory over i821 B. G. A. in the quarter-finals of the Mid-South tournament. The percentage of good shots from the foul line which was unusually high for the Blues was as follows: Huddleston, .6465 Brown, .6005 Wil- liams, .5795 Hartley, .5635 Tomhras, .5005 Massey, .4935 and Caldwell, .475. Hartley and Massey were both selected on the hrst team of the All-City squads, and Huddleston was mentioned on the All-City second team. Let- ters were awarded to Captain Huddleston, Alter- nate-Captain Massey, Hartley, Caldwell, Wfil- liams, Brown, and Clark, manager. Massey, Hart- ley, Caldwell, and Brown return as the nucleus for the 1941 team. iffil' if fi 25 Dahl iii RQ .AA A Wray' 5 W i 3-fwfr i DICK HARTLEY PAT WILLIAMS CA A, MASSEY BOB CALDWELL JACK BROWN McCallie McCallie McCallie McCallie McCallie McCallie McCallie McCallie McCallie McCallie McCallie THE SEASON'S RECORD 225 Maryville A 225 Maryville 325 Baylor A 335 City A A 285 Notre Dame A 455 Notre Dame A A 235 Castle Heights A 325 M. B. A. A 255 City A A A A A 375 Central A A 385 T.M.I. AA Dick Hariley siioois against Ci+y McCallie A 355 Baylor McCallie 345 Castle Heights McCallie 335 Darlington McCallie A A A 375 Darlington A McCallie A 235 Central A McCallie A A A 405 S. M. A. McCallie A A 505 Baylor A McCallie 365 T. M. I. McCallie A 445 B. G. A. A McCallie 255 M. B. A. 694 Massey scores against Casiie Heighis .24 28 37 27 35 20 26 40 Z6 32 593 "B" BASKETBALL TEAM The "li" team matle a very good showing this season hy winning nine and losing only four of their games. 'llhey were also runners- np in the City tournament. They won from City, 30-17, El. M. l., 25-19, Ci. M. A., 25- 18, Darlington, twice, IO-I2 and 31-24.5 Notre Dame, 30-I7, Central, 34-32, S. M. A., twice, I3-I0 antl I9-12. They lost to City twice, I5'27 and 21-35, Baylor, 13-14, Central, 24- 31. The following luzuya were awarded letters: lianrler, Blakely, lirnmby, ll. Caldwell, Clan- tlill, Canlkins, Gaines, Gates, Goree, C. Steele, nl. Talley, Tomlwras, and xl. XYootl. THIRD TEAM Ffruzi Roux' Branton, llall, Frist, xloiner, Meflanahan, Bacon, XVhite, Perry, Gilman, Buffalo, Sfenzlti Roux' Fichelluerger, NYetle- meyer, Corn, Berry, lVIcSwain, O. Young, liuslwy. Tfzirtll Roux' Gaither, Millis, Me- lflveen, llarrison, li. I,evan, l,. Brook-, Cook, ancl Mr. Diehl, foach. FOURTH TEAM FVOII1' linux if lhoinpson, Cholyot, N. Campbell, Ifrere, KI. I,cvan, Rolwison, I,aneaNter, R, Deitlen. thlflllllrf Roq,c,' Corlwett, Carver, li. Q Stimson, llainlwlen, Rogers, Smith, VV. Hartl- ner, llolt, Kineaicl. 'l'l1i1'tilZfmc.' Gihfon, VVil- liam-on, 'l'rt1pin, T. Allison, XV. XVilliams, Phillipr, llarpcr, I,atimore, Powell, Fortis. Alexander. EIGHTH G5-RADERS Fran! Rnfrcf Archie, Davis, YVright, XV. Caldwell, NVatle, lllllZlfL'llE'l', Verran, Fitzpat- rick. .S'frn11ti Rome: li. Talley, R. Rothlyerger, B. Brooks, O. Potter, Sherrill, Hales, XV. Roh- inson, R. -lonea, A. XVilliams, Llewellyn. l SEVENTH GRADERS I-'rnnf Rrmc: llowarcl, Kissinger, Yates Hieks, i'oghlan, 'l'. Gartlner, G. C'an1plyell Holen, G. Rothherger, G. XVilliam5, C. Moore Buttraln, C'artinhonr, Becker. v 7 fron? Row: Wilkinson, Hardie, S. Williams, Woodson, Downey, Golden, May, Shannon. I f Pt + D Second Row: Lynch, Bal of, Slar, nfs, Hulchens, Garre l, B. unn, Chapin. Third Row: L. Wood, Lambert, W. Steele, F. Williams, lnzer, Valentine, Piflman, D. Potter, R. Moore, M. Gardner. Although hampered by bad weather for al- most a month, Mr. Bob McCallie,s soccer team had a very successful season, winning one and losing one to the Asheville School and winning the annual two-game series with Baylor. The following players made letters: Ed Chapin, -lim Inzer, Harold Star at fullback, Tom Downey at left wing, Frank May at right wing, George Wilkinson at right inside, George Lynch, Frank Garrett, at left inside, Noah Pitts, Jimmy Woodson, at center forward, Billy Shannon, Sumner Williams at right half, Charles Hardie at center half, Bob 1-lutchens at left half, Bill Dunn, goalie and acting cap- tain, Max Gardner, manager. The Blues won the first game from Baylor 2-0 at Patten Field. For the second game the team went to Ashe- ville, N. C., where it met the Asheville School E851 for Boys. Although the lsall was in Asheville territory a great deal of the time, the North Carolinians finally won 2-1. The game was played on a very muddy held, the water an inch deep in some places. In the third game McCallie played the deter- mined Baylor team at Baylor. Both teams played excellently, t.he score at the end of the second half being 1-1. But in the overtime period the Blues took charge and scored two goals in five minutes, the final score being 3-1. In the last game defeat seemed almost certain for the Blues. Asheville was playing here on a rainy day. McCallie was behind 2-1 at the end of the first half, but in the second half Frank May scored two goals while Asheville was held scoreless, ending a successful season by a 3-2 victory. Rcizding from lcfz In righl, lop raw: Edmondson. Able, Smitheiman, Hart, Hinton, M. Moormaii, Hauser. lint- lom Row: G. Taliafei-ro, Robinson. Neill, M. Wfil- son, lVlcDiarmid, R. Sims. Stone, McElroy, Beard, Blanchard, Wells, Schneider, Srimmel, and Thorne are not shown. ,. .M-V. , . irr', ., . ' JUNIOR SOCCER Rowling funn Icfz In zrglvi, mp row: Wfcbb, Young. Gierher, Judd, J. Johnson. Tiibble, Chapman, Uobhitt. McCarty, Hardwick. M141- fllc mw: McNeal, C. Moor'- man, Lumsdcn, Buchanan. H, Vlfilson, Riclirirds, Hodge, Ames, Hawley, Wallace, Glaze. lVlanager. llullom ww: Coe, Shepherd, Newton, Bishop. D. Ander- son, R. Thomson, C. An' dmson, Bugle, Bright. and Mills. X l The boxing squad this year wasn't so active nor as popular as last year,s, since only one boy, Bob Smitherman, entered the Golden Gloves Tournament at the Auditorium, and there was no boxing tournament in the school, as last year. However, these boys worked just as hard and deserve as much credit. i861 SWI MI. After heginning the swimming season of 1939 with a 33-33 tie witl1 the Central High School team, which had already llCt'Il suhdued 47-17 hy the Darlington tankers, the McCallie team elimaxed a very successful season hy winning two 111eets, losing two, and tyi11g o11e, hesides placing third in the lVlid-South Swimming Meet held i11 the Mcfallie Lake. linder the ahle coaching of 'l'. lj. Kipp, and llIlKlC'l' the splendid captaincy of Goree Nelson, the lilue Fish steadily i111proved throughout the -eason and succeeded i11 clipping three school records Zlllfl tying another. The first victory of tl1e season came XVllt'll the team journeyed to tl1e l'. li. Invitation Meet at Knoxville, as tl1ey quelled the strong C'astle lleights' team and Clllllt' off witl1 top honors. 'lihe following week-end, however, tl1e lleights' team gained reve11ge i11 their UXVII natatorium NX'llEll they won a dual meet with tl1e lilucs hy tl1e score of 37-29. The keenncss of tl1e co111petitio11 of this meet is shown hy the fact that six Mid-South records were hettered, two heing clipped hy McC'allie. Kedar Bryan lowered his school record to IIII.4,, while tl1e medley relay team composed of liryan, Young, Zlllll Koella smashed tl1e school llllil Mid-South record hy 1.9 seconds to cstahlish a IICXV IIlIlI'li of 1:3.t.1. The diving of john lfeuchtenherger and Captain Goree Nelson was also tIllf5tHllLllllg in this meet with Castle lleights, llllll they carried off tl1e first two places, tion' I 1'A'1 1 , emerged with a 37-29 victory, The high spot of this Illeet was tl1e capture of first and second places i11 tl1e 'lihe llarlington tea111 received unexpected competi- lltlln tht lilue t1nkn1tn 111 1 dull meet hut fintlly 40-yard dash hy john Fetichteiiherger llllll Dick Koella, respectively. lfeuclitenherger tied the school record hy swimming tl1e 40-yard stretch' i11 20 second flat. McCallie's first victory i11 :1 dual meet came N'l1tfIl they 5t'llf Central home on the short Cllll of a 39-27 score i11 a 111eet which was held at the C'l1atta11ooga Y. Nl. C'. A. Kedar Bryan again snapped his ow11 school record i11 the hackstroke. 'l'he Mid-South 1neet SOOII approaclred with Darling- ton held as high favorites and Castle Heights close hehind. lV1cC'allie, defending champions, was given little cliance to repeat. Special mention should he given to Bryan and Nic- lilroy, who swam llle hackstroke illlil IOO-jllffl free style respectively. Although hoth finished i11 second place, they were heaten only hy inches. Nlcfallie was put hack ill tl1e running U'll6ll l'1t'llCllIt'lll3Cl'gL'I', Nelson, and Ciodsey took first, second, Illltl fourth places ill the tliYlIllJ,'. 'lihe free-style relay team llU5t'Ll out C'astle lleights Illlil llarlington to wi11 another CVEIIY for hic- C'allie. Vvlltll the meet was over Illlkl tl1e points counted, Castle Heights emerged the winner, with one of their swimmers, 'l'owar, taking h'igh-point honors hy coming i11 first on hoth tl1e IOO' and 200-j ard dashes. Darlington finished ill the n11mher two spot, Ullly a IIlt'l'C four points ahead of the underrated Nlcfallie squad. The lilue f1llllilTlt'll making letters were Goree, lfeuch- tenherger, Bryan, Koella, I.. jones, Clodsey, hlclilroy, Dennis, Sanderson, Young, ixlllllllg Vooper, and Shan- non. Front Row: George McElroy, Kedar Bryan, John Feuchtenberger, Goree Nelson, Dick Koella, Jon Godsey, Ed Jones. Back Row: Mr, T. E. Kipp, Coach, Paul Dennis, Billy Shannon, Lawrence Cooper, George Sanderson, Ed Adams, Peter Young. H471 Fronr Row: E. Anderson, D. Tucker, McJunkln, Thrasher, Buber, McAshan, Lawman, I. Belk, S dR Hy Wlk ClkJBIkPHM Sp econ ow: a s, a er, ar, . e, ns, ason, mes. Third Row: Sharp, Manager, Montgomery, R. Cooper, Ennerf, W. Henderson, Coach Bob McCallie. VAHSIT The 1939 track season was a very successful one, considering the fact that Coach Bob Mc- Callie had no lettermen with which to help back up the team. However, during the season the squad swept aside Castle Heights, Asheville, and City, and gave a good account of them- selves at the Mid-South meet and with other opponents. Although McCallie entered the Baylor Re- lays in poor condition, having just returned from the spring holidays, the Blues came out near the top with the half-mile relay team, com- posed of Hays, Anderson, Ramsey, and Thrasher, taking home first place and the gold cup with a time of 1:39. Thrasher, because of sickness, had showed up for track only a few days before the relays, so he was disqualified, but Ed Anderson managed to take a third in the 100-yard dash. The mile relay team, com- posed of Dalton, Ennett, I. Belk, and W. Hen- derson, also took first place. "Brick" Mason, tossing a javelin for the first time in a meet, hurled the rod 159 feet 5 1-2 inches. Mcjuiikin placed third in the shot-put. 1881 TRACK McCallie took the first meet of the season with an 83 1-2 to 38 1-2 victory over Castle Heights. McAshan tied for first place in the high hurdles, and placed second in the pole vault and javelin. The hundred was taken by McCallie's Thrasher, Anderson, and Hays in that order with the time of 0:10.1. Thrasher, Anderson, Hays, and Ramsey took the half- mile relay at 1:38. Thrasher won the 220 at 0:26.6, with Anderson second. The following week was not so successful. McCallie met Baylor and was defeated by a score of 62 1-2 to 40 1-2. However, the half-mile relay team managed to clip its time to 1:36. On Friday, April 21, McCallie defeated the City High Ma- roons with a 55 to 23 victory. In the mile, Tucker, Ennett, and Snipes led the way to come in first, second, and third, in that order. On April 28, the Blues met defeat at the hands of the T. M. 1. squad by the close score of 62 1-2 to 59 1-2. Hays took first in the 440, while the half-mile relay team tore down the old record with a 1:34.6. At the Mid-South meet McCallie placed third, T. M. 1. second, nk WILKES THRASHER EDGAR LAWMAN DAVID TUCKER BRADFORD KIDD C pfain of I939 Track feamg Capiain of l940 track Team, and Holder of ihe cnke race record. Winner of l00 and 220 at er of l0O and 220 at ho',1er of school pole vault record Mid-Souih meet. I939 Mid-South meet. and Baylor first. McCallie took the lead in the early moments of the meet, but gave way to Baylor a little later. The half-mile relay team missed the record by two-tenths of a second as it swept through with 11335. Thrasher took the 100 in 0: 10.1 and the 220 in 0:22.4 Biggers of Castle Heights smashed the mile-run record with 4:34.4. Macrae put up a new mark in the 880 with a 2:04. Akers hurled the javelin for a record 164 feet 9 inches. Lawman broke the school pole vault record with an 11 feet 2 inches jump. The following week-end the Blue squad tasted the fruits of victory by pushing aside Asheville with a score of 74 to 48. Tucker ran his best time of the year with a Hat 4:48. Biber contributed 13 points by placing first in the broad jump and the 120 high hurdles, and third in the low hurdles. Letters for the 1939 season were awarded to Thrasher, Anderson, Hays, Lawman, McAshan, Biber, D. Tucker, Emmett, Dalton, Belk, Belk, Mason, R. Walker, Mcjunkin, Pitts, and Sharp, manager. HALF-MILE RELAY TEAM, MID-SOUTH CHAMPIONS Mark Hays. Noah Pi'Hs, Ed Anderson, Wilkes Thrasher if hiv .... L. 's,, ::il, 6f gp : L If AWN, ,,,-- It V t t A ws I I V ,Af j - A . 2 .Leeee FTF ' '51 iiwi ' L ., ,, iii .. 14.1 - kv H ir Ek., gf, 1 .,- .nw Q 3 kr A . ' T ' 1 T it L is AAXQ 1' f . L"' P "H " : ': 'mlh . I .L . a. LLLflg , ' 1 Q I f , Q . Q 1 5. 5. -Q ' 5' ii. " . T T . . 1 it K ' ' ' :A: --2"" i ' I . . . ,...... ,,,,gy..a5ym,,f ri. wi - i irk 375, K v , ,L ri, -Q ,hi ,P I K ' ,A V , fam Q., D . 152 f,,, 1- ui lf V Lf - - f f k . .V - A-,eisvi . - . 191' ' r 4' rr- 3' . eeee . - T i ' '2"" Q T L T A ess I TTL T ,'i ' ' L- I , S , fmm' yr? ":' 2' ' lk in 'ggz T - L "'1L I ' H, ' 'L V ih, ti. ' vw e K". , GAL f 'fer u T QA U Ifr, Q, A - A ' K , f , , eva! . . E' uf X FWD, tlM'Lf I.5 . N0 2 T T g if it e ,, , Y , I - '1f,, T .- L L 'Gets -7: ,:.:: Zizlbw. J Li " -i ' ' -V '-lf'5.'. V ffnqaaal. ' - " H ' - 'iii f L ,L-HL: " 1: V. 'if' :'- ",, e J' Lt' .. :EN 5 ar. iii? f 5 if -- .f ,. i ' k,-f- fat- V it :-me -. is 'iiii K. - ,,-- L.-- I f LLVI Q L ii 'LLk" ik, it .T K .I ,, -. L , X,,,: x L gg L T i zir .- . L , LLLQ - -"1 . -. 2 - T Lmmhmh " L 1 - L - ees , Front Row: Caulkins, C. Davis, Lambeth, Fuqua, Efird, Frank, Rasnick. Second Row: B. Dunn, Harvey, Tombras, K. Henderson, Lockeff, Neidhardf, Thatcher. Third Row: B. Lfe, Saunders, BASEBALL The baseball team got off to a poor start with only 4 lettermen returning from last year,s team, and with few boys coming out, the team did not Third Team Fifth Team Bryant, Wifsell, Harrison, show up well in competition. The team played 11 games and lost as many. Several times the team played good ball and seemed coming out of their slump, but they never finished the climb out. The team lost once to the Georgia Tech freshmen, and twice each to City, Central, Bradley, Darlington, and Sewanee. Adair and Bryant shone on the pitcheris mound, but lacked the required slcill necessary to take the game. Fuqua took the lead in hits, aided at times by Efird and Franlc. Rasniclc, Fuqua, and Harvey led the fielding and had few errors challced against them. Captain Da- vis led the team with his ready encouragement and good ball-playing. Letters were awarded to Fuqua, Rasnick, Bryant, Efird, Caullcins, Adair, Lee, Harvey, Frank, Thatcher, Davis, Dunn, and Manager Harrison. TENNIS The tennis team under the leadership of 'ML M. Flowers turned in an outstand- ing record for the '38-139 season. In the invitation meet at the University of Ten- nessee Vernon Kelley and Gene Sutton won the couples tournament, while Bob Caldwell was runner-up in the singles tour- nament. At the Mid-South tournament at Nashville the Blues were runner-up io M. B. A., winning 11 matches to M. B. A.'s 14. Besides this the team won the city championship by beating each of the other city teams twice. The Blues played twelve dual matches, and won all of them. In these twelve matches, seventy-three in- dividual matches were won while only seven were lost, giving them a .912 average. Let- ters were awarded to Vernon Kelley, who played in the number one position, Phin Percy, number two, Gene Sutton, number three, Bob Caldwell, number four, and John Parks and Craig Schmidt, who alter- nated at the number five position. McCal1ie's string of twelve straight iri- umphs included wins over: City, 7-O and 5-0, Darlington, 6-0 and 6-1, G. M. A., 5-15 M. B. A., 5-2, Central, 7-0 and 7-0, Notre Dame, 7-O and 7-0, and Baylor, 5-2 and 6-1. Fron? Row: Bob Caldwell, Vernon Kelley, Gene Suifon, Phinizy Percy. Back Row: Hardwick Caldwell Craig Schmidt John Parks, Coach Buck Flowers. l Bill Tucker, Gordon Huddlesfon, C. A. Massey, Robert Nixon With only two remaining lettermen from last year's team, the golf team under Cap- tain Q'Beef" Tucker turned in an impres- sive record. The squad was composed of 1-luddleston and Tucker with Massey and Nixon as the newcomers. The team took the first match with a 14 1-2 to 3 1-2 victory over Central. The second match was lost to the Darlington team 11 1-2 to 6 1-2. After the Darling- ton match the team went to the University of Tennessee invitation tournament where they took second place. Huddleston took first place in individual play with a 76 and Tucker took third with an 81. After the tournament McCallie played E921 the unusually strong Ramsey Tech team of Birmingham and lost 12 1-2 to 5 1-2. In the Southern Prep Golf Tournament spon- sored annually by the Rotary Club, Tucker placed eleventh out of a Held of a hundred and twenty entrants. Baylor, their next foe, was beaten 11 to 9, revenging the defeat handed McCallie by the Red team last year. In the next match McCallie took revenge on Darling- ton, beating them 17 1-2 to 1-2. The team dropped its final match to Ramsey Tech. Although the team did not have a spark- ling season, it deserves attention because it won the city championship by beating both Baylor and Central. IIHGANIZATIIINS l HEI1 Iilll Estnblixhvd in 1939 In Recogni+ion of LOYALTY-HONOR-SERVICE STLDENT RIEMBERS D,-Wm PARK MCCALLIE . . . ....... . . , , , P,-gyidgnf ROBIERT THOMAS Amos ..... .... . Virc-Prrsidnzz VVIIALIAM NI.XKSH.Xl.l, GOREE . . ...... 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Captain MXSS .YE FN YXUOOLEST ON B A5121 B PLL SY ONSOR Sox' C a pk ah Gordon Yxuddhsion. l MISS SALLY LAWMAN TRACK SPONSOR for Edgar Lawman, Ca pfain MISS MARJORIE GOOCH MONOGRAM CLUB SPONSOR for Gordon Huddlesion, Presiden+ MISS MILDRED CAROTHERS SENATE SPONSOR for Theo Harvey, Second Term PresIden'I MISS ANN MILLS MISS ELEANOR WHITWORTH MILITARY SPONSOR MILITARY SPONSOR for for Honorary Cap+ain CI1esIer Sfephens Honorary Capfain Nicky Senfer MISS MARTHA SHORTER STEPHENS "PENNANT" SPONSOR for Chesier Sfephens, Adverfising Manager PENNAN .EL ' BOB AMOS GEORGE MCELROY PAT WILLIAMS Mos? Courfeous and Besf Mlllfary Besf A+I1Ie1'e Mos? Accommodafing Officer NICKY SENTER Biggesf BuII Shoofer L3 HOLTON HARRIS Mosf Brillianf and Mosf Sfudious MARSHALL GOREE Neafesf BILL DUNN Besi Non-Commissioned Officer II!-UVIPUS LEADERS EDGAR LAWMAN CHA'I"l'.fXNOOfIA, '1'r5NN. President of First Term Senate, Nlajoi' of Battalion, and Captain of Varsity 'l'rack. DAVID MCCALLIE CllrYl"l',-XNUUCIA, TENN. President of Senior Class, and President ot Ken Kio. These boys have achieved the greatest honors Mc- Callie has to offer. They have stood the test of their fellow team- and classmates, risforous crite- rion excellently and have lnecome our friends. Mc- Callie has deeply felt the devotion to her of their time and talents. We all shall miss them. MARSHALL GORHE ROBERT STREET PAT WILLIAMS CHA'1"1Axoor:.fx,TENN. ci1A'1"1'ANooc:.,x, Maxx. NORTH XYILKESBORU, N. C. Captain and Adjutant of Bat- lfditor of PIQNNANT. President of Student Council, mlifm. and Captain of Varsity Football. ll2Zl Here are pictured the presidents of the leading organizations, the heads of the school publica- tions, the highest ranking military Officers, and the captains of the four ma- EAMP LEADERS 1 BOB AMOS HENRY CAULKINS MC- HIGH POINT, N. C. CHATTANUOGA, TENN. Callie- President of Y. M. C. A. Editor of Tornado. C U O IMMANUEL SIEVING CllA'I4'l4.-KNOOCA, TENN. Business Manager of PENNANT. THEO HARVEY NEW' ORLEANS, LA. President of Senate, Captain of Varsity Baseball, and First Term President of the Monogram Club. f123fl GORDON HUDDLESTON NIARYVll.l,E, TENS. Captain of Varsity Basketball, and Second Term President of th'e Monogram Club. IIUMMENEEMENT HIJNUHS 1939 Clifford Barker Grayson Memorial Medal .......... .... E D ANDERSON Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Campbell Award Qlixcellence in Leadershipj . . . HOWARD MCJUNKIN Don C. Pegler Award Qliest Influence in Dormitoryj .... .... J OHN PARKS Valedictorian ....,.......... . ,JAMES BANKS Salutatorian ..... . . VISTON TAYLOR Seniorifliible Medal . . . ............,...... JOHN PARKS Interiirediate Bible Medal .... ..... ........... R O BERT STREET Primary Bible Medals .... Eighth Grade: BURNET SIZERQ Seventh Grade: ROBERT WRIGHT Summerlin Oratorical Medal ......,............. EDVVIN JONES Faculty Medals for General Excellence ,.,... ROBERT CALDXVELL, TIIOMIXS BUFFALONV, JOHN FEUCHTENBERGER, JOHN PARKS Penmanslrip Improvement Prize .i.. ........ B ILLY SHANNON E. VVhite Patton Mathematics Medal . ..... JOHN FEUCHTENBERGER Pembroke Leach Algebra Medal .....,.. . . TIIOMAS BUFFALOYV VV. E. Brock, Jr. Chemistry Medal ........ , . . . J. D. RIVERS Frances Thornton Strang Memorial Medal in English .......... ARTHUR SIBOLD Roy Jackson Physics Medal .................... VISTON TAYLOR XV. O. Benner Business Department Awards ..... XVILLIAM rFUCKER, KRIEGER HENDERSON Spelling Prize ............ ....... S TANLEY MCC'UI,I,OUGH Music Medal for Improvement ............. .,.. C ARL HUGGINS VVashingtOn University Award .......,..... - . . .JOHN PARKS Citizenship Medal for Seniors fby sons of American RevOlutionJ , . . FAY PRIGMORE Citizenship Medal for Grammar Grades ,......... . . ITIARRY ROBINSON Chester Stephens Athletic Medal ............ . . JAMES MCASIIAN MILITARY AWARDS JOh'n Allen Carter Sabre fBest Drilled Oflicerj ..........,.. ED ANDERSON Joe Allison Award to Best Drilled Private ..,.......,.,... LUKE LEA Lewis C. Leach Cup Qliest Drilled Companyj .... Company D, CAPTAIN FRANK SAUNDERS Fred C. Clemons Memorial Cup to Retiring Major ............ ED ANDERSON Best Drilled Cadet Medals . Company A: KRIEGER IIENDERSONQ Company B: HENRY' CAUI.KINsg Company C: lVIARSlIAl.I. GOREEQ Company D: JAMES VVANNQ Company E: BURNEI' SIZERQ Band: THOMAS CRUTCHFIELD Military Excellence Medals . . Company A: DOUGLAS MILI.ERg Company C: GEORGE MCELROY ED ANDERSON Winner Grayson Medal zzzzzzzszz nM?u?mhFu?w?s?u QQQLLLLLLHL are-Tr.-555555 sf i I I ' ' ' I O 5. . . .,. . . . Q. . . . . .,. . . . E. . F. . . h'NE?'E'f:'3ff?I3' UI EQQEQEEHF' S 5 2 2 7,5522 -H --mu. . 92. . .esscc E? .... . . N QQ,-Qwaxwr-O SPRIN BASEBALL Although the baseball team had a poor season this year, they made a much better showing than last year's team, winning one of their seven games with last year's team losing all eleven games! The team made an impressive showing at the beginning of the season and looked as though they would have a very successful year, but they fell into a slump from which they were never able to regain their feet. Even with this poor record the team had four men on the first and second all-city teams. Buck Fuqua, snappy little outfielder, made the first team, and John Wood, pitcher, Palmer Frank, catcher, and Henry Caulkins, third baseman, were chosen for the second team. The lettermen were as follows: Fuqua, Frank. Neislcr, McDiarmid, Harvey, Stewart, Caulkins, Inzer, Lockett, Wood, and Harrison, manager. The Season's Record G SPORTS, I940 nine, but Vernon Kelly, seeded number one man for McCallie and also the Midsouth singles champion, was the only individual player who did not lose a match in the city league. Coach "Buck" Flowers has a record to be proud of. Letters were awarded to the following: Vernon Kelly, Bob Cald- well, Hardwick Caldwell, Bob Gaines, and Jim Millis. The Season's Record ' McCallie . . ..... 25 Central . . . . . 4 McCallie. . ..... 125 S. M. A. . . . 6 McCallie . . . . Og City . . . . . 6 McCallie. . . . 55 Central . . . I7 McCallie . . . . 55 Bradley . . . . 6 McCallie. . . . 3, Bradley . . . . 12 McCallie .... .... 3 Q City . . . . . ..... . 6 TRACK The-track team, under the skillful leadership of Coach Bob McCallie, had the most successful season they have experienced in over a decade and won every dual meet in which they took part, thereby winning the city championship. One of the most exciting meets of the entire season was the Baylor relays, in which McCallie nosed out Baylor by l 1-Z points to be crowned king of that event. The biggest setback the team received during the year was at the Midsouth meet at Sewanee. They had a number of bad breaks there and took third place, being nosed out by Baylor and Castle Heights for first and second. They had already defeated both these teams in dual meets. Kidd, Hays, and Brock were the individual stars of the year, and they led the team to many victories. Hays broke the oldest school record, the 440-yard dash, in 52 seconds flat, and Brock broke the 12-year-old discus record by throwing the plate 125 feet, 9 inches. Hays was also high-point man in the Midsouth track meet. The lettermen were Kidd, Hays, Ennett, Williams, Pendleton, Lancaster, Amos, Bander, Balloff, White, Pitts, B. Jones, May, Houscr. Webb, Belk, Brock, and Kesmodel and Gardner, managers. N McCallie ........... 55 City High . . GOLF Spring sports at McCallie had one of the finest seasons in many years, and the golf team also came through in fine style by winning both the city and Midsouth championships, by taking top honors in the Tennessee Invitation Meet, and by winning six of their eight matches. The team quickly showed their superiority over the other teams of the city by completely outclassing them in play. They also took first place in the Midsouth and sixth place in the entire South in the Southern Meet sponsored by the Rotary Club. Frank Garrett, McCallie,s number one man, was medalist in both the U. T. and Midsouth meets. Because of this unusual record the team, composed of Frank Garrett, Gordon Huddleston, C. A. Massey and Lester Brooks, was awarded varsity letters. The Season's Record ll 'Ag Central . . . 6 IQ McCallie won First at U. T. Invitation Meet. McCallie ........... The Season's Record 67 McCallie. . McCallie. . . . . . McCallie. . ..... . . . McCallie .........,. McCallie. . . . . . . McCallie. . ..... 66 ..5Og Lee High ... , . 64 65 5 Central . . . . .46 3 City ..... . .38 45 g Castle Heights . .58 57 , Baylor .... . . ..,22 HONOR 95, T I McCallie won first place at Baylor relays. McCallie placed third at Midsouth, lVlcCallie ........... 67g Ashville School for Boys. . . 55 TENNIS The McCallie School has always been known for its good tennis teams, but this year the team was one of the best, and had one of the most successful seasons, the school has ever had, winning both the city and Midsouth championships in singles and doubles. McCallie and City were running a close race for the city chaml pionship, but our team cinched the title by beating City a second time. This gave the team their second straight city title and their third in the last four years. The team lost only one team match during the season and won COMMENCEMEN lVlcCallie ..... .,.. 5 Wg Darlington . . . 1255 McCallie .... ....... l 3 3 G. M. A. . 5 McCallie ......... 17Wg Baylor . . IA: McCallie ......... 7Wi Central . . . IOUQ McCallie won Midsouth Championship. McCallie ......... 12 g Darlington . 6 McCallie ..... ..... 9 '65 Central . . 8Ve ICity Championshipj SWIMMING This year the swimming team did not have a very successful season because the majority of the members lacked experience, however under the leadership of Mr. Thomas Kipp they made a very creditable showing despite their inexperience. The team placed second in the Tennessee Invitation meet and took a third place in the Midsouth meet, but Jon Godsey earned the only first place for the team by his graceful diving exhibition. By winning this event he was automatically judged Midsouth diving champion. Captain Dick Koella was the greatest source of inspiration for his fellow members of the team by his never-say-die spirit. The members of the team were L. Jones, McElroy, Dennis, Stamper, Koella, Rothberger, Gault, W. Brown, Daly, Star, M. Steele, Godsey, and McAmis, znanager. The Season's Record McCallie ......... 42, Central .... . 24 McCallie placed second in U. T. Invitation meet. McCallie . ........ 19, Castle Heights . . . 47 McCallie ....,.... 293 Darlington . . . . 37 McCallie placed third in Midsouth :neet. S, I940 Clifford Barker Grayson Memorial Medal. John C. Campbell Award ........ Don C. Peglar Award ......... Valedictorian ......... . Salutatorian .......... . Washington University Award. . . John Parks Senior Bible Medal. . . Dr. L. Bibb Inter. Bible Medal. . . Primary Bible Prize-Eighth Grade . . Primary Bible Prize-Seventh Grade. . . Summerlin Oratotical Medal ..... . Faculty Medals for General Excellence. . Pembroke O. Leach Algebra Medal. . . J. Philip Gibbs French Medal ...,.. Frances Thornton Strang Memorial Medal in English ............. . Roy Jackson Physics Medal ......, E. White Patton Mathematics Medal. . E. G. Tucker Commercial Dept. Awards. PAT WII.l.lAMS THEO. HARVEY ROBERT AMOS ROBERT STREET DAVID MECALLIE HOLTON HARRIS HOLTON HARRIS WOLLE JONES ROBERT WRIGHT WILLIAM CARTINHOUR HOLTON HARRIS ROBERT CALDWELL HOLTON HARRIS EDWARD CHOBOT NOEL COE WILLIAM CARTINHOUR O. MAX GARDNER, JR. HERBERT GIBSON ED CHAPIN, III CHANDLER KING HOLTON HARRIS DAVID MCCALLIE MORTON JUDD CLARENCE STEELE EUGENE GLAZE Music Medal for Improvement ....... W. E. Brock, Jr., Chemistry Medal .... Spelling Prize ...... ......... Citizenship Medal for Seniors ....... Citizenship Medal for Grammar Grades. . Chester Stephens Athletic Award ...... Tennis Awards .............. THOMAS CLARY MORTON JUDD CHARLES GRETHER THEO. HARVEY TAYLOR WADE PAT WILLIAMS J. MARSH FRERE JOE BANDER GEORGE BALES WILLIAM CARTINHOUR JACK DAYIS MILITARY AWARDS John Allen Carter Sabre .......... Joe Allison Award for Best Drilled Private . Lewis C. Leach Cup ..,,....... Bcst Drilled Cadet Medals . . . . GEORGE MCELROY HOLTON HARRIS Co. A, GEORGE Mc- ELROY, Captain Co. A, GEORGE ENNETI' Co. B, BILL DUNN Co. C, ROBERT CALD- WELL Co. D, WALTER STAM- PER, LONNIE LUMS- DEN Co. E, JACK DAVIS X..! I1 ,5 vw FINALS, I w-,wwf M ka Z tw 'fu- 'Pf' ' ' W'7fW'L' . r 61 .- ISL,-4,E,Ee,,, f":Wq x Rx. ,H . ,, , 6 41 - ., ' , fd'-fQ,U -'Q v .3 Q 2 . gy: ,kai M214 ,Q A , , ., "f"lg H ?.,:W7'fjQi'91 '+- SL Kg ., T rv Ig ,5 v wx 4 Wu V: - :- -.- '?rfl,,x,, l, i 6 , -.-, 5, . N 1 N 1 5 5 ks -X 2 3 5 Mr fr WWE, RETAIL MERCHANTS' PAGE QJWKD COMMERCIAL STATIONERY 84 SUPPLY COMPANY DAVIDSON CLOTHING COMPANY M. B. EAVES 81 BROS., INC. EDWARDS 81 LEBRON, INC. THE FISCHER COMPANY, JEWELERS FOWLER BROS. COMPANY HARDIE 81 CAUDLE JOY'S KOBLENTZ MEN'S STORE LE GRAND JEWELRY COMPANY LOVEMAN'S, INC. MILLER BROS. COMPANY T. H. PAYNE COMPANY PICKETT'S SAMUEL STAMPING 81 ENAMELING COMPANY TEMPLETON'S THE VOGUE TENNESSEE STOVE WORKS Manutacturers ot COOKING AND I-IEATING STOVES tor COAL, WOOD, OIL, AND GAS MODERN MAID RANGES TORRIDAIRE CIRCULATORS Sept. Sept. Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Oct. CALENDAR, I939-40 New boys view Lookout Mountain and Miss Godwin with awe. Old keepers introduced to new in- mates. "Einstein" Harris attempts to sell fac- ulty case of Kreml at bargain prices. Medical exam. Mr. Purdy brews some weird concoctions. Football squad and Adair start prac- tice. First dance. Humphrey attends dance mcognito and spends entire evening convincing Garmany he is over six- teen. VVe begin to feel the effects of routine already. New boys can't wait to get into uni- forms. Yvhat they don't know won't hurt them-yet. Theo's interest in life goes to Miami. "Absence makes the heart grow fonder," they say. Look at him now. 2-A large percentage of the battalion walked in on Lulu while he was en- joying a "Hershey" tlfontinued on page 1535 EAST LAKE COAL COMPANY Best Grades ot Coal and Colne and Stoker Coals Agents tor Winkler Automatic Coal Stokers EAST LAKE COAL YARD ROSSVILLE YARD 3-I200 3-II75 JAMES P. ROBERTS J. P. "Jack" PAYNE Manager COMPLIMENTS OF Davenport Hosiery Mills, Inc. THE MQCALLIE SWEATERS ARE KNIT SAND KNITTING MILLS COMPANY ExcIusive Knif Goods for Aihlefic Wear MARTIN-THOMPSON CO. Local DIsIribuIors COMPLIMENTS OF MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY COMPLIMENTS OF EDITH G-OETZ, FLORIST JAMES BUILDING PHONE 7-3345 COMPLIMENTS OF 0uIII'rIers for Boys and VIOLET STUDIO CAMERA SHOP SIUCISPIS II EAST SEVENTH STREET THE BOYS' SHOP BLACK-DRAUGHT -m H THE PURELY VEGETABLE I LAXATIVE COMPLIMENTS OF HOME PLATE ALLISON'S HAM Smoked With Sweet Hickory Wood J. H. ALLISON AND COMPANY U. S. Inspection in All Departments Chattanooga, Tennessee Oct. Oct Oct. Oct Ott Ott Ort. Oct. Oet. CALENDAR, l939-40 3-l.ulu again tails to take enmplete charge. Given up in di gust. 6-Cheer leaders are eleetetl. lNleCaI'ty tries high pressure pulities-lNlissis- sippi style. IOi"CllllClill Raper makes debut. YVe clon't believe he is as dumb as he looks-at tirst. I2-NIFS. S. J., Jr. first ntztiees "Dr. Peppers new clinic." XVas her fave red! I6-Flash! Hugo Kipp is a Nazi spyl Ssssss! 23-'rIil'lt'll now lu-ing eunsoleml by "XVcrll- less" C'ar1.thers. 'lihey spend lung quiet hours together. 26-Hays today. Can't think of a single joke Ile can always say "Betty keeps M'C'nul." Ur clues she? 271ctCCI'giZl State Patrol ulwjects to low tlying. After two hours in the Sum- merville jail, Chan decides that Me- Callie is nnt so had after all. 3l+VVOINl, Brinnhy, Gates attaflieml hy ghosts while tleeing XVartlen Spence. lCo11tin1u'J on pagv 1553 COMPLIMENTS OF DR. J. L. BIBB For the Finest Work, Call 7-2928 VANDERSTOOP SHOE REPAIR SHOP I22 I-2 East Eighth Street Chattanooga, Tennessee Work Called tor and Delivered Anywhere at no Extra Cost EASTERLY-WOODHEAD, FLOWERS 4 East Seventh Street PHONE 6-472I TRUNDLE PRESTIGE ENGRAVING Prestige Engraving Greatly Enhances the Appear- ance ot Your Business Letterheads. Envelopes. Cards, Trade-Marks, Social Stationery, Wedding and Visiting Cards. TRUNDLE BROS. ENGRAVING CO. 833 Cherry St. J. Ernesf Mona E. DIXIE MERCERIZING COMPANY JOHNSON INSURANCE AGENCY "Insurance for Every Need" 403 4 J Bidq 7 2078 Complimenfs I OI , e AI A Z f A FRIEND I I as 'I fr P AAII I Compliments ot JACOB REED'S SONS Philadelphia QJWXD Malcers ot l-ligh Grade Uniforms Since ISZ4 Nov Nov. Nov Nov. Nov Nov NA' Nov Nov CA LEN DAR, I 939-40 2-Hutchens and liuhank are under the weather-because of gals. 4.-"Charley-Horse" W'ood introdured to the social world-hut Hilda llude him down. 5-Ike Belk and llill Dunn don't know so much about mountain goats but they do know some mountains get their goats. 9-Aline tells "Lulu"-I can always take a taxi home. 15-Crowell is going to be a dnetorg Louise can hardly wait-it will only be ten years. 18-Jimmy VVann's favorite color is red- at leaf-t that is what the French class founil in his handkrrcliief. 21-ciilffllflllf' now hglicves Humphreys i ovcr sixteen. 23-"Pop" Sager likes Greene? work so well-that he has extended a personal invitation to be hack with him next year. 25-Pitts says he will he at the Baylor game. fclflllfillllffi 011 fllyl' 1371 COMPLIMENTS OF PEERLESS WOOLEN MILLS ACME COAL COMPANY QUALITY COAL AND DRY sroaen coke Agents tor STO KOL-"TH E WORLD'S GREATEST STOKER" Dial 6-I I83 Chattanoogas Only Locked and Sealed Delivery System SOUTHERN SADDLERY CO. Retail and Wholesale Dealers in All Kinds ot Leather Goods CHATTANOOGA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY lncorporafed Broad S+ree+ CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE HH 1- Compllmenfs B. L. TALLEY COMPANY IO3I lnco p 'r d Ch Ch aHa n oo KELLY MEAT MARKET Fresh Meaf and Sausage QJWKS Wesfern and Tennessee Mea+s QJWK9 Phones 6-52l8, 7-276l 3I3 NINTH STREET COMPLIMENTS OF McKESSON-DUFF DRUG COMPANY ll32 Market Slreel PHONE 7-2I2I Complimenls of l. C. SIEVING, SR. Complimenls of FRIENDS JACK O'DONOHUE COMPANY Complimenls ol TIVOLI THEATRE LUCEY BOILER AND MANUFACTURING CORPORATION Manufacrurers Oil Counlry Boilers, Smoke Slaclcs lnsulaled Boiler Covers Cl-IATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE CALENDAR, I939-40 Nov. 27-MHC Bruce says he 'was there. Nov. 29-Baylor victory and subsequent bev- erages taken Chardl. MEN AND YOUNG MEN Nov 30-"Doctor" suggests rest cure for boys Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec who took the Baylor victory too lhardj. Q 2-Mr. Lytle comes. 3-Mr. Lytle goes. 7-Mr. Lytle returns-everyone sings, l'Oh say, but I am glad." 12-"VVarden'l Burns finally convince Jim Millis that the holidays have not yet begun. 14-Christmas comes but once a year-we are still here. HENDERSON 8x COLEMAN Marker al Tenlh Dec. 19-Parting day-especially from "Doc- tor's" talk on good behavior. Dec. 25-Glaze wakes up to find fire engine in his stocking. Blanchard is disap- pointed-he wanted a book on love and marriage. Jan. I-JNEXV Year, but Fred XVallace has te rlfic hangover-last year s work. lffontinued on page 1395 KIMBALL HOME OF FLOWERS Compllmenls OI Incorporaled CI1aIIanOOga's MOSI Beauliful HOW SIIOP INCORPORATED 2409 McCallie Ave. PHONE 2-477I Teleplwone 2-3622 CHATTANOOOA VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY Manufacfurers OI Oualily Venelian Blinds ZZI9 McCallie Ave. Complirnenls OI CURLE'S SOUND SERVICE Phone 2-I I79 Complimenls GMM? OI Complimenls CHATTANOOGA of BUTTON AND BADGE COMPANY TENNESSEE EGG COMPANY IO9 EAST SEVENTH STREET Qjwkg GULF SERVICE STATION McCallie and Dodds Ave. W. F. SCHROEDER Compllrnenls OI THE BRIGHT SCHOOL INCORPORATED H. L. THATCHER, INC. THE PURE OIL COMPANY PRODUCTS BEST WISHES TO TI-IE MQCALLIE SCHOOL MILLARD COULTER R. J. COULTER UNDERTAKIN6 COMPANY "IT PAYS TO PLAY" O COMPLIMENTS OF MARTIN-THOMPSON COMPANY O PHONE 7-3373 Complimerfrs of UNIVERSITY OF CHATTANOOGA O ARCHIE M. PALMER, President CALENDAR, I939-4o ,lan 3--I'BlllJj' DoC,l' f'1l.N'Ilillg prodigiuusly, Ite- declares halt holiday--you boys need " qu' jun. 5-David McCallie makes New YeI1r's -f i g' gh resolution to have at least one date S- II 'I I T887 with his sponsor. Ince '- 'HL If r . I-7 Jan. 7-Scoop! Eddie and Jane VVorth seen -Vg' ij fi together. If jldgg 5 , I. I ' -lun 9-"Doc," scratching his head, zulvises 'j:':'EP3IfI1-E'T'i!I-Jjlf boys to get on the ball. A jan 12-McCallie beat Baylor-Dance bent E'i"' Q M-C'll'--E 'mqi t ' Ii. Im I7-Dirkfwii Mff, ' 'ex A CHATTANOOGA INSTITUTION I ,I it L I SERVING THE NATION jun 20-Cllmf the dawn! Jan. 24,-"Professor" says he will help you- fb to get reclassified. jan. 30-I'Nero" Vllutson has learned :I new OVER EOOIOOO PERSONS NOW Word which he used in bookkeeping class when Greene remarked, "Nero fiddles while the Class Hunks." 4, Feb. I-VVallaL'e, HThe A B C Clulu worker," sets a new record-"F" Class fifteen out of twenty-four months. LIFE AND ACCIDENT Feb. +-Hardy, H. saw Il double feature nt the show-one on the screen and one that sat in front of him. Qffontirzzzni on page llgl INSURANCE COMPANY ROBERT J. MACLELLAN, President INTERSTATE LIFE AND ACCIDENT L. C. LEACH 8: COMPANY COMPANY JEWELERS O 738 CHERRY STREET Life, I-IeaI+h, and Accidenlr Insurance Joseph W. Johnson, MD., PresidenI O QJWKD COMPLIMENTS OFFICIAL JEWELER EoR OF THE MQCALLIE SCHooL THE BRASER CUMPANY CLASS RINGS AND PINS GNMVD Compliment of E. I'I. LAWMAN GAGER LIME MANUFACTURING COMPANY PROVIDENT BLDC. CHATTANOCGA, TENNESSEE CompIirnenIS of SPEARS 81 LATIMORE Eisic TIRES Complirnenfs of MILLS LUPTON SUPPLY COMPANY CourIeSy VALLEY MOTORS, INC. Buick, PonIiaC Sales and Service I225 Broad SIreeI Phone 7-333i CompIirnenIS of ORVILLE E. JOHNSON CerIiTiecI Public AcCounIan+ Complimenlrs oI AUSTIN MOTOR SALES DEALER OF Huoson-TERRAPLANE CARS Complimenlrs of CRESCENT MOTORS I Q''"'5'A""'Q"""""" """""""""' "' ' I No Dinner Is Complele Wilhoul DRINK QM sTAeMAIER's L D en jg Vacgklmdcup I-Lb. Packages Less Expensive Ihan Cans Clmallanooge Terrilory Gels Qur Payroll and Slwoulcl Buy Our Proclucls . Complimenls of PHILCO RADIO SEMINOLE BOTTLIN6 COMPANY MAGRATH OIL COMPANY "We Answer a Call Qulclcer Tlwan DIAL 2"92l Ilwe Fire Deparlmenlf' PHONE 6-5222 Complimenls of DON CHERRY TIRE COMPANY Complimenls of I3+I1 and Broad Slreels Complimenls ol D. S. ETHERIDGE and TI-IE WORLDS FINEST AUTOMOBILE Complimenls of G. P. S. Complimenfs Of I WANN-CHAPMAN FUNERAL HOME Incorporafed ' 6-2' I2 Complimenfs Of SEWANEE COAL AND SUPPLY 3744 Brainerd Road COMPANY Phone 2-3032. ' Complimenfs of I R. R. NIXQN Q99 Complimenfs QJWX9 of FOX BROTHERS COMPANY SHOE RENEWRY' 'nc' "INSTITUTIONAL FOODS" I7 Easf Sevenfh S+reeJr 802 BROAD STREET eww, Compliments ot QUINN DRUG COMPANY l4OO Dolobs Ave. EAST DELIVERY Phone 2-3I68 Compliments ot THE WHELAND COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND RHYNE PHARMACY Drugs, Candies, Soclas, Toilet Goods "Try Our Store First" Rossville, Georgia "The Complete Drug Store" Compliments ot NEWELL SANITARIUM CALENDAR, 1939-40 F Feb. 5-It was "toe" bad that Dot and Jimmy had to break up. Feb. 7-MCElf0f' now has undisputed true ro mance-the only one in school-nos' that Tempe has gone to Vandy. Feb. 9-ECI'KltTlIlIlyS, 'tD0c," and "Professor"- but Eerdman's will grow back. Feb. II-Nftfillyi request for promotion falls through when Captain finds out he basn't been out for drill all year. Feb. 12-"Professor' asserts his belief that we are now witnessing th'e coldest weather since ,O2. Feb. zo-Mr. Presslyls health seems to be break- ing down. Too many nights at Ed- clie's Grill with Buck? Feb. 23-Play a big success. David again demonstrates his talents at mugging- too bad they're going to waste. Feb. 29-QCOmes once every four yearsl. Mar. 1-Purdy say: '4March come bounding in like lion but by April it is lion down." Mar. 3-"Spider,' catches another bug in his w web-looks just like his father, poor boy! fC0lZfiHU6L'l on page 147, FILLAUER DRUGS AND SURGICAL SUPPLIES OPPOSITE ERLANGER HOSPITAL Established I9l4 Telephone 6-SI88 SOL MOYSES 8: COMPANY INSURANCE AGENCY 309-3I3 James Bldg. CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Compliments ot SOUTHERN FERRO ALLOYS COMPANY Compliments ot BRYAN HOSIERY MILL Compliments ot A FRIEND WILLIAMS COAL COMPANY Oil Treafed S+OIcer CoaI Our Speciallry Oualijry OuaraI'IIeecI PHONES 6-I I34 6 II35 I COMPLIMENTS OF A. O. STIVERS LUMBER COMPANY "The Appliance OI Today for Years To Come O '55, SS CLOSE FURNITURE COMPANY 436 Markef STreeT Eor EurniTure DAY MCAMII, PMMM .II I S A We I-Iave Every+I'IirIq for IIIG I-Iome COmpIImenTS OI M. F. HICKS TYPEWRITER COMPANY 7I7 WaInuT STreeT J. AVERY BRYAN COMPANY, Inc. Funeral DireCTorS "Qualify aI' Low Cos?" OOmpIimenTS Complimenh of of RIDGE MOTOR SERVICE WILLIAM D. SPEARS COmpIImer1I'5 Complimems of OI MR. AND MRS. C. L. BUCHANAN DR. O. T. BUFFALOW BROAD STREET GARAGE PACKARD DISTRIBUTORS 627 BROAD STREET PI-IONE 7-2I79 COmpIimerIIS OI CHATTANOOGA FISHERIES Corner NITIIII and Lindsay Phone 6-8642 NEW YORK NASHVILLE 0 CI-IATTANOOGA KNOXWLLE coMPL1MENTs ELDER 8: COMPANY Members' New York Srock Exchange New York Collon Exchange A New York Curb Exchange IAssocia+esI Chicago Board of Trade 0 COMPLIMENTS OF KING DOBBS AND COMPANY Wholesale Grocers Complimenls of COVTTPIIVDSDIS GEORGE WALLACE, JR. HALES ETOWERS 81 Cenlral Markel 6-OISI Complimenrs of COl'T'lPlLVY1SNl'S o STOVALL HARDWARE COMPANY TUNNEL DRUG STORE and 3I IO Brainerd Road CRISMAN HARDWARE COMPANY RAY woMAc, Prop. Complimenls of 63 EDWARD E BROWN Q' ' D General Agenf , ' , BHDRUG RK: , Penn Mulual Lnfe Insurance Company :kno of shmmnu 1. E M S E SCHOOLO BUSHRESS c H A 'r -r A N 0 OG A C. W. EDMONDSON, Presidenf Complimenls of DR. MARCHBANKS CITIZENS MOTOR COMPANY DODGE-PLYMOUTH SALES AND SERVICE 6I7 Broad Slreel Challanooga, Tenn. Phone: Office 6-8I8I R. G. BROCK General Insurance 9I4 CHATTANOOGA BANK BUILDING PHONE 7-IOl5 Complimenfs of CHEROKEE MOTOR COACH COMPANY COIVIPLIMENTS OF Complimenfs of CENTRAL FRANKLIN PROCESSING COMPANY HOTEL PATTEN PACKAGE YARN DYERS JOHN E. LOVELL CompIimer1Is OI Manage, BRYAN COAL COMPANY Broad af I3+I'1 Sfreef DISTRIBUTORS GENERAL MOTORS "DELCO" STOKERS . Compliment of STUTZ BROTHERS HEATING AND ROOFING CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE COMPLIMENTS OF MEADOW BROOK FARMS, INC. A GRADE A PASTEURIZED MILK 38 I4 Brainerd Road "Qualify Firsf-Service AIways" Phone 2-3826 Compliments ol RIDGE DRUG COMPANY 4l8 Dodds Ave. Phone 2-l I7l Compliments oi ARROW TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. PAUL S. STEWARD, '17 Wilbur D. Hodges, Prop. T H E O. F' K I N G 'I6 Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar Mar Mar. Mar. Mar Mar CALENDAR, I939-40 5-Spence hates to do it hut-we walk up and down steps all day-Sager says it's good exercise anyway. 7-In spring a young man's fancy turns to love-Nlac Blanchard feels the urge too, hut thinks it's something else and takes castor oil. 8-Hartley tries to dream up 11 victory for McCallie, hut got sidetracked. Same night-Schlemmer, "Big Bill," goes out at one-thirty A.M. to View the Parthenon. Looked pretty big- turned out to be the state Capitol. 9-Scoop! Eddie and Jane WVorth not seen together. II-"SllCliHH Schlemmer went out to drill todayg we drilled indoors. 16-Annual minstrel displays hidden tal- ents-or something. 19-Our Nazi spy turns nut to be merely a Chess player. 22-Also in spring a young man's fancy turns--just another dehnition tor an upset stomach. 30-"Chick" VVebb comes to class smell- ing like lbayl rum-claims it's on his hair. Qllonlilzuml on page 1j0j Compliments oi J. C. LANSFORD Headquarters for Baldwin Pianos Band Instruments Sheet Music I Musical Supolies LANSFORD PIANO COMPANY 730 Cherry Street OUR COMMON HERITAGE . . . "A good name is rafher To be chosen Than grea+ riches." -Proverbs On This common ground we rneeT, for many of your graoluafes who have conTribuTecI To The greaf repu+a+ion of McCallie School have carried Their precepfs of high ideals wifh Them in associafing wiTh This company and Today, as Then, are devofing Their eTTor+s To building "A Sou+hern InsTiTu+ion of CharacTer" 0 THE VOLUNTEER STATE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Cecil Woods, Presidenl' Chaffanooga, Tennessee CourTesy oT Complimemhs of GENERAL MOTORS ROTHBERGER DIRECTORY CO. ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION CHATTANOOGA KNoxv1Li.E REAL ESTAZTEIPMQILAGEMENT Complimenfs of Real EsTaTe, Insurance 7l9 WALNUT STREET PHONE 6-2735 WOOD AND DIE-I-ZEN Joe DavenporT said, "l do." . Tom BuTTalow said, "I hope To." COmpIImenTS OT I-lave Clofhes Cleaned by GORDON I.. SMITH ArchHrecT Complirnenfs of Compliment oT A FRIEND A FRIEND MAC'S DRY CLEANING CO. 3I7 Brainerd Road "We Clean Everyllning-Dye for You" REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE MORTGAGE LOANS PAUL SHEPHERD REALTY COMPANY II33 Volunfeer Bldg. Complimenfs of Campbell Roofing 81 InsuIa+ing Co. Complimenfs of NORTON R. CAMPBELL, Owner I307 McCallie Ave. Phone 2-3I36 Complirnenls of DR' W' EMlG Veferinarian A FRIEND IO94 McCallie Ave. CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE BRAINERD DRUG COMPANY Complirnenls of R. K. SCHOLZE GROCERY Chamberlain and Dodds For QUALITY ALWAYS REGARDLESS OF PRICE See NEWTON CHEVROLET 329 Marlmef Sifreel MOUNTAIN CITY STOVE COMPANY 0 Read Your "SATURDAY NITE LAMP.PosT" CAFETERIA J wil' S2231 TLQIGQTS EQUIPMENT Edilors if Compliments of EMIIIE2 3850 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, Tennessee R. W. IRichardI Belhea, Owner-Mgr. Compliments OI AVONDALE STONE COMPANY CHATTANQOGA TENNESSEE PHONE 2-4834 ECONOMY LUMBER COMPANY North Chattanooga, Tennessee PRICE, QUALITY, SERVICE PI-IONE 65932 0 COM PLIMENTS OE CI-IATTANOOC5A'S FINEST HOTEL THE READ HOUSE Apr. 24 CALENDAR, I939-40 Apr. I-"D0CIOFlI declares three holidays! Apr. 2 Apr. 4. Apr. 6 Sager tells all of his classes they are the best he has ever hadg Raper sticks no marks. -April is the month for fishing. The spring wind in the reeds is swishing- Off, for ll pole and a fan of -wozms glnd a nm' long book of Poidy pozmr. -Flowers and "Buddy" Burns running close race for best dressed dude on the campus-"Bud" ahead by a straight necktie. -"Einstein" Harris tried to analyze "spring fever" in the laboratory on the basis of relativity-unsuccessful, be- cause his hair got in his eyes. Pot- ter, D., has the same trouble. Apr. 8-"Uncle joe" now has a soup strainer in cultivation-but Hweedsl' are about to strangle the delicate crop. Apr. Ir-"YVillie Mae" recovers from holiday spirits. Apr. 17-Sue Gray "pitts" her love against any of them. -Purdy say: I'Even beggar think that spring is time for birds-'Buddy, can you sparrow dime., " CCo11li1111etl on page Ijlj THE lv1cCALLIE SCHGOL FOR BOYS On Battlefield 0+ Missionary Rtdqe CHATTANQOQA, TENNESSEE QJWKS EOUNDED BY REV. T. H. MCCALLIE, D.D. We believe in our students. They are the best advertisement that McCallie bas. Thai is why we advertise in their annual. QJOWX9 For Attraclively lllustraled Catalog, Apply to HEADMASTERS S. J. McCALLIE, SR., B.A., M.A., Ped.D., LIH. D. J. P. McCALLIE, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., LL.D. Apr. l'vIz15' May ML15' ISTJ0llll Lusk now spends most of his May May May 2.l,1,IlC1l Dance-VVz1rden Burns lets boys Maj' May -Senter's sponsor has been announced 4.-"Professor" foes in training for his 9-Vespers held outside-red bugs take I9-King, C. tloesn't come to school today -Final exums-boys discover it's later 26-liacenluureate Sermon-lust time boys -Graduution-parting words, teurs CA LEN DAR, I 93 9-40 for two months-he expects to meet her any day now. . fe "will to do" talks. complete charge. time with "Dads" "Giant Refleetoru in The lVICCullie School Observatory -he has that tar away look in his eye. there's no gms in his car. than they think. wander about prison yard. Conversa- tion is even permitted. see inside of church' till school next year. shecl, farewell hzlndclusps. "See you in the full if we clon't have war." "'l'ep" keeps the home fires burning with summer school announcement. Visil Our Newly Equipped Sluclio For PCRTRAITS QJWKD Complefe Line of CAMERAS, FILMS, SUPPLIES QJWKD Fine-Grain Developing-Velox Paper 8-I-lour Service Special Laboralory for Finishing Ivliniafure Films Only IOc for Developing Conlacl Prinls 3c Each, 4x6 Enlergernenls of These 6c Each QJWKD CLINE STUDIOS CLINE PHOTC SERVICE COMPLIMENTS TERRELL ELECTRIC COMPANY OF Compfehe Elecfrical Service fl HAPPY VALLEY Refrigeramrs, Ranges, Wafer Heafers Washing Machines, Confracfing Liglving Fixfures 0 0 ROSSVILLE, GEORGIA IIO4-6 MCCALLIE AVE. PHONE 2-I I38 COMPLIMENTS OE 4,5 -.hy 'Q fq,pN' Ps Q33 ,,,Y-., : -::'f- WH g SHBBE ggvgif 5 :L 81" l."' N N Q Cb :IIS 9"l3!l'l" PRINTING lIUH1PAl1Y:frI1ASHVIllE 0 Q 2- a-I 0 Q 0 an 5 I E' Lg, Q 1 1 T


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