McCallie High School - Pennant Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)
- Class of 1941
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JOE DAVENPORT 0 BUSINESS MANAGER
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BY THE SENICR CLA
OF MQCALLIE SCHO
AS OUR GREAT NATION EMBARKS ON SUCH A
VAST CAMPAIGN OF WAR-PREPAREDNESS, WE
REALIZE THAT THE SPIRIT OF AMERICA IS OUR
GREATEST DEFENSE. THIS PATRIOTISM IS ONLY ONE
PHASE OF THE WELL-EMBODIED SPIRIT OF ALL FREE
MEN THAT HAS BEEN SO NOBLY INSTILLED IN US
IN THE YEARS OF OUR INSTRUCTION AT MCCALLIE.
WE, THE STAFF OF THE I94I "PENNANT," ENDEAVOR
TO PRESENT IN BLACK AND WHITE SOME OF OUR
EXPERIENCES AT McCALLIE IN THE HOPES OF
ALWAYS RETAINING THE TRUE McCALLIE SPIRIT, AS
FAITHFUL, BRAVE, AND PATRIOTIC CITIZENS OF
ROBERT LEWIS MCCALLIE
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A.B., A.M., Ped.D.
"Professor," a gracluale of Soulhweslern wlllm posfgradualo worln M lhf- Univorsily of
Chicago, has been prominenl for a number of years among local and Soullwern educa-
Honal circles. He is lcnown by all flue sludenls for his sympallwlic inlorosl in every bow
and is l'ruly a 'Fine example of a scholarly Clwrislinn gvnflomnn.
JAMES PARK McCALLIE
s.A., M.A., Pho., LL.o.
"Doc1'or," who received his degrees from lhe Universily of Virginia, is largely responsible
for fhe spirifual phase of fhe curriculum a+ McCallie and fhe Chrisfian afmosphere for
which fhe school is so well known. All fhe boys know him as a cons+an+ adviser and help
in fime of frouble and respeci' him as a greal' educafor and a frue friend.
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JOSEPH RHEA EARNEST
Instructor in Englishg Bandmaster
NEILL NICKAY WATSON '
Head of Commercial and Public Speaking
CONVERSE ABRAHAM DAVIS, JR.
Instructor in Mathematicsg Assistant Coach
OMAS EUGENE KIPP
structor in Englishj Head of Fine Arts
CHARLES IREYS DIEHL
Head of Junior School
GEORGE FREDRICK HUMPHREY
Instructor in History
JOHN HARVEY KENT
Head of Latin Department
JOHN WILLIAM BASS JAMES CRAWFORD COOPER, JR. MOFFATT GRIER LONG
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flssisfant in flthleticsj Director of Night Study
MR. VAUGHN CORNISH
MISS ZELLA XVOODS
MISS MAE JONES
Resiclcnf Nurse in Charge of Infirmary
MRS. W. S. IVICCLAIN
School Hostehsf Matrong Szzperfuisor of Laumlry
MISS CORA PERRY
MISS IJERORAH PATTERSON
MRS. I. C. RIINICK
Inslrucfor in Public Speaking and llrizmarics
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D.-XNIEL Cozm' ANDERSON
Enrolled September, '38g Private Companv '38-'39g Corporal
Company "D," '-40: Second Lieutenant. Quartermaster Staff. '40-'-11:
,lunior Soccer, '39-5403 lVlinstrel. '30g Stage Blanager of Plav. F39-
'40-'4lg Debating Club, '303 Declamation Contest, '40: Chex Club.
'40-'-41: Turri.n1'o. '40-'-411 Class Editor. PFNNANT. '-11: Advertise-
ment Campaign. '40-'-Hg Brainerd Club. '30-'40-'-11.
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SAM ALVIN BALLOFF JOSEPH HANSLEY BANDER
LA FOLLETTE, TENNESSEE LONGVIEW, TEXAS
Enrolled September, '39, "B" Football, '39-'40, Varsity Soccer, Enrolled September, '38, Boxing Team, '39, "B" Basketball, '40,
140, Varsity Track, '40-'41, "B" Basketball, '40-141, Monogram Varsity Basketball, '41, Varsity Track, '40, ,413 Runner-Up,
Club, '40-741. Senior Tennis Tournament, '40, Private, Company "A," 138-'39,
Corporal, Company "A,,' '39-'40, Second Lieutenant, Company
"Af, '404'41, Best Drilled Company, '40, Picked Platoon, 139,
Prefect, '40, Vice-President, Student Council, '40, Secretary, Y. M.
C. A., ,40-'41, Monogram Club, '40-'41.
FRANK ROSCOE BEALL, JR. HENDERSON BELK
. ATLANTA, GEORGIA CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolled September, 140, Varsity Football, 140, Varsity Basketball, Enrolled September, '39, Fourth Football, '39, Fourth Basketball,
'41, Most Improved Backfield Man Trophy, '40, Monogram Club, '40, Track Squad, 140, 141, Third Football, ,40, Third Basketball
'40-'41, Private Company HB." ,40f41, Student Council, 141, Squad, '41, Private Company UB." '39-'40, Company "Af, ,40-
Georgia Club, '40-141. ,41, Glee Club, '40-'41, North Carolina Club, 139-'40-,41.
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Enrolled September, '37, Third Football, ,37-'38, "B" Football,
,39-'40, Fourth Basketball, 738, Third Baseball. '39, "B" Basket-
ball, '40-'41, "BH Track, '38, Varsity Track, '39, '40, 741:
"BH Soccer, '38, Monogram Club, '40-'41, Private, Company "Af
'37-'38, Corporal, Company "A," '39, Sergeant, Company "Af
'40, Glee Club, '37, Hop Committee, '40, Missionary Commit-
JAMES LEWIS Buss, JR.
Enrolled September, ,34, Fifth Football, '34, Fifth Basketball, '35,
Fifth. Baseball, '35, Fourth Football, '35, Fourth Baseball, '36,
Yars1ty'FootbalI, ,4O, "B" Basketball Squad, ,41, Varsity Track,
,413 PUVHFCI C0mPHHY "D,,' A34-,35-,365 Private, Company "B,"
403 Sefgeaflf, C0mP3l:lY "B," '41, Missionary Committee, ,40-'4l'
MISSIQHSTY Ridge Club, '34-'41,
IALLAN VYADEN BENNETT
ALCOM A, VVEST VIRGIN IA
Enrolled September, '-105 Soccer. '-Ill PYIVHW- C0mP3nY UA-U
Lotus Ml1,1.ER Born
S.-XI.ISIIURY, NORTH C.XROI.IN.-X
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Enrolled September, '39g Varsity Football, '39-'40, Varsity Track
,40-'41, Wrestling, '41, Private, Company "Af, '39-,40-'41:
Monogram Club, ,39-'40-'41,
THOMAS JACKSON BROWN
Enrolled September, ,343 Fifth Football, '34-'35, Fifth Basketball,
'34-'35, Fifth Baseball, ,353 "BH Football, '38, Varsity Football,
,4Og Varsity Basketball, '40-'41, Private, Company "C,,' '34-'35,
Company "D,', ,35-'36, Company "D," '36-'37, Corporal, Com-
pany 'AB," '37-'38, Sergeant, Company "B," ,38-'39, Sergeant.
Company "A," '39-'40, Captain and Adjutant, '40-'41, Radio Drill,
'35-'36, Picked Platoon, '37-'38-'39, Best Drilled Company, '39-'40,
Minstrel, '34-'35-'36-'37-'38-'39, Glee Club, ,4-O-'41, Monogram
Club, '40-'41, Hop Committee, '40-'41, Military Editor, PENNANT,
'41, Keo Kio, '40-'4-1.
WILLLAM LESTER BROOKS, JR.
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolled September, '39, Third Football, '39-'40, Third Baseball,
'39-'40-'41g Golf Team, '40-,415 Private, Company "A," '39-'40,
Corporal, Company "B," '40-'41, Best Drilled Company,
Prefect, '40-'41, Charlotte Club, ,39-'40-'4l.
HENRY THOMAS BRYAN, JR.
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE
Enrolled September, ,375 Third Football, '38-'39-,403 Third Base'
ball, '38, Private, Company "B," 337-'38, Corporal, Company "Af,
'39-'40, Sergeant, Company HC," ,40-'41, Best Drilled Company,
738-'40, Acl Campaign, PENNANT, ,39-,405 Lookout Mountain
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Band, '40-'4l1 Mimtu-l, 'YHRWOQ Puvnlcgo Rnung Medals. SS-,302
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Enrolled September, '38, Fourth Basketball, '38, "BH Baseball, '40
Cheerleader, '39-'40-'41, Best-drilled Corporal, Company "D,H '39
'40g Second Lieutenant, Company "E," ,40-'413 Best Drilled Pla
toon, '39-'405 Dramatics, '40-'413 Student Council, '39-'4Og Pre
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ROBERT LEE CHAPMAN
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLIN A
Enrolled, September, '38, Third Football, '38-'39, Junior Soccer
'39, Varsity Soccer, '41, Third Baseball, '38, Third Basketball, '38
Minstrel, ,39-'40, First Class Private, Company "Ang Corporal
Company "A", Color Guard, '4l.
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CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA-
Enrolled September, '39, Third Football, ,39, Third Basketball,
l39-,40, Varsity Baseball Squad, '40-'41, Varsity Football Squad,
'40, Varsity Basketball Squad, '40-'41, Missionary Committee, '40-
4l, Private, Company "Cf, ,39-,405 Band Sergeant, '40-'41, Pre-
fect, Founders Home, ,41, Charlotte Club, '39-'40.-
WALTER NICHOLAS DIETZEN, JR.
Enrolled, '38, Varsity Football Squad, '40, Fourth Football, '38-
Third Basketball, '38--'39, "B" Baseball, '39-,405 "BU Football
'39-,40, HBH Basketball, '39-'40' Varsity Basketball ,4l' Pri t
Company "B,'l '38-'39, Privatei Company "Af, V39-E405 ggi:
porallr Company "P:,",'40-,41, Bestfdrilled Company, ,39-'40,
ornado Staff, 40 41, Sports Editor of PENNANT, '41.
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JOSEPH HOWARD DAVENPORT, JR.
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE
Enrolled, '36, Fifth Football, '36, Fifth Basketball, '36, Fifth E,
Baseball, '36, Golf Squad, '40-'41, Private, Company "D," '36- T
'37-'38, Corporal, Company "D,l, '39, Sergeant, Company "B, ' -3
,4OQ Special Drill, '38-339-'40, Best-drilled Company, '38-'39,
Lookout Mountain Club, '36-'37-'38-'39-'40-'41, Captain, Com-
pany 'lC," ,40-341, Vice-Chairman of the Missionary Committee,
'40-,41, Business Manager, PENNANT, '40-'41,
VVILLIABI HERBERT DUNN
IVIAXTON, NORTH CAROIJNIX
Enrolled September, '37, Varsity Football, '39-'40, "B" Football.
'37-'38, Varsity Soccer, '38-'39-,413 Captain of Varsity Soccer, '41,
Varsity Baseball, '38-'39, Varsity Track, '41, member of Nlonogram
Club, Corporal, Company "B," 'Z-8339, Sergeant, Company "B,"' ii
'39-'40, Senior Captain of Battalion, '40-'41, Best-Drilled Cadet or F'
Company "B,U '39-,403 City Cadet Championship of Nlilitary, '39- X'
'40, Best-drilled Company, '37, Picked Platoon, '393-10: Best Non- .ll
Commissioned Officer, ,39-'40, Student Council, '39-'41, prefect, I'
'39-'40, Hop Committee, '40-'41, Koo Kio, '40-'41, Draniatim, '4l. Q'
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FRANK EDWARD DUNN
WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolled September, '38, Third Football, '38, Third Basketball, '39,
Third Baseball, '39, Swimming, '40, Private, Company "A," '38-
'39, Corporal, Company "A," '39-'40, Second Lieutenant, Com-
pany "D," '40-'41,
GEORGE GUILFORD EAVES
Enrolled September, '37, Fifth Football, '37, Fifth Basketball, '37
Fourth Basketball, '37-'38, Fourth Football and Basketball, '37-'38
Minstrel, '38, Private, Company D, '37-'38, Corporal, Company D
'39, Second Lieutenant on Staff, '39, Honorary First Lieutenant,
'40-'41, Tornado, '41, Chattanooga Club, '37-'38-'39-'40-'41, Mis
sionary Ridge Club, '39-'40-'4l.
WALTER WOOD DYER
Enrolled September, '35, Fifth Team Football, '36-'37, Fifth Team
Basketball, '36-'37, Fourth Team Basketball, '37-'38, Fifth Team
Baseball, '37, Private, Company "D," '35-'36, '36-'37, '37-'38,
Private, Company "C," '38-'39, Corporal, Company "B," '39-'40,
Color Sergeant assigned to Quartermaster's Staff, '40-'41, Chatta-
nooga Club, '35-'36-'37-'38-'39-'40-'41.
CLARENCE WILSON EDMONDSON
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE
Enrolled September, '36, Fourth Basketball, '36-'37, Tennis, '36-'37-
'38, Third Basketball, '38, Third Football, '39, Badminton Tourna-
ment, '39, Manager Boxing Team, '39, Bowling, '40, Third Basket-
ball, '39, Private, Company D, '37, Corporal, Company C, '37-'38'
Sergeant, Company "C", '38-'39, First Lieutenant, Company "D,'
'40-'41, Picked Platoon, '38-'39-'40, Lookout Mountain Club, '36-
'37-'38-'39-'40-'4-1, Treasurer, Missionary Committee, '40-'41.
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MONTREAT, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolledlseptember, '37, Varsity Track, '38-,39-'40-'41, Captain,
Track, '41, First Non-letterman in Cake Race, '39, Winner Cake
Race, '40, Private, Company "Af, '37-'38-'39, Corporal, Company
"A," '40, First Sergeant, Company "A," '40, Second Lieutenant,
Company "A," ,415 Cheerleader, '39-'40, Head Cheerleader, '40-
,4Ig Prefect, '39-,409 Business Manager, Tornado, ,4O-,415 Best-
drilled Cadet Company "A," '39-,40.
JOHN MILTON GATES
BECKLEY, WEST VIRGINIA
Enrolled Septembyer, '39, Tennis, '39, Swimming, '39, Varsity Bas.
ketlzfall, 39- 40- 415 Varsity Baseball, '41, Varsity Track, '40,
Assistant Coach, Fifth Team Football, '40, Private, Company "B "
'39-'40, Private, Company "A,,' '40-'41, I
VVILLIAM ROBERT CTAINES
Enrolled September, 383 Third Basketball. '38-I39: "B" Basketball.
'39-'40-'41, Junior Tennis Champion, '39g Varsity Tennis Team.
'40g Monogram Club, '40-'4lg Private, Band. '38-'39: Corporal.
Band, I39-,403 Second I.ieutenant, Band, '41, INlinstrel. '38-'-40:
Glee Club, '39, Tornado. '40-'41, Chairman. Nlimioriary' Com-
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l,.'XKli VYACC.-IINI.-XXV, NORTH C.-XROI,IX.X
Enrolled Scptcmlvcr, '39, Swimming, ' 30-'40-'-Il: S:WL'0l'- I w.'i'IQf
Varsity Baseball, '40-'4lg Trainer. '40-'-Il: Private. Q,Ornp.mx' LA.
.39-'40, Best-drilled Company, 'W-'-40: Sl'l'Rl'3lII- IWURI4' S NPS-
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CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE SHELBY, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolled September, '37, Fourth Ba ketball, '38-,393 Third B sket- , . . H ,, , , .
ball, '40-'41, Private, Company "Ci" '37-'38, Corporal, Corrzipany Enrolled September' go' Private' Cclmpafny A' 40' 41' North
- arolina Club, 40- 41.
"C," '38-'39-'40, First Sergeant, Company "C,,' '40-'41g Picked
Platoon, 737-'38-'39-,405 Minstrel, '37-'38.
VVILLIAM MARSHALL GOREE
Enrolled September, '34, Fifth Football, '34, Fifth Basketball, '35.
Fifth Baseball, '35, Fourth Football, '35, Fourth Basketball, '36,
Fourth Baseball, 7361 Third Football, ,365 Third Basketball, '37,
"BH Baseball, ,37-'38, "BH Football, '37-,38g "BH Basketball,
338339-'40-'41g Varsity Baseball, '39-'40-'41, Varsity Football,
'39-'423 Alternag Captain, lgootball, '40, Monogam Club,CE39-'40
,413 rivate, ompany " ." '34-'35-,365 orporal, ompany
"D," 3,6-'37, Begpfiilea Cadgt, Compagy HD," '56-'37, Cor. EDWARD DONALD GRANT,
poral, mpany U ,H '37-'38, ergeant, ompany " ," '384'39, ,
Bestaclrilled Cadet, Company "C," '38-'39, Captain and Adjutant, RICHMOND' VIRGINIA
'39-,405 Honorary Captain and Adjutant, ,40-'41, Picked Platoon, 1
337-'38-,39g Secretary and Treasurer, Keo Kio, '39-'40, President, Enrolled September, '39, Varsity Tennis, '39-,4O-'41, Private,
Keo Kio, 740-,4lQ Hop Committee, ,39-'40-'41, Secretary, Senior Company "B," '39-'40-'41, Glee Club, ,40-'41, Tornado, '39-'409
Class, '40-'41, Senate, '40-'41. Virginia Club, '39-40-'4L
ROBERT ADAMS GREENE
Enrolled September, '37, Fourth Football, '37, Fourth Basketball,
'38, Third Baseball, '38, Third Football, '38, Third Basketball, '39,
"B" Basketball, '39, Varsity Football, '39, Bowling Team, '40,
Varsity Baseball, '40, Varsity Football, '40, "B" Basketball, '41,
Private, Company "C," '37-'38, Sergeant, Company "D," '39-'40,
Honorary First Lietutenant, '40-'41, Minstrel, '38-'39-'40, Mon-
ogram Club, '40-'4l.
ROBERT JOHNSON TIAMILTON
Enrolled September, '35, Fifth Football, Fifth Basketball '35-'36'
Fourth Basketball, '37-'38, Bowling Team, '40' Finalist Junioi'
Tennis Tournament, '39, Private, Company "D,"' '35-'36-'Private
Company "E," '37, Corporal, Company "D," '38, Supply Ser:
geant assigned to Quartermaster's Staff, '39, Quartermaster's Staff,
'40-'41, Minstrel, '37-'38, Chatanooga Club, '35-'40,
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HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolled September, '39, "BH Football, ,39-'40, Varsity Basketball,
'40, All-City Basketball, '40-'41, All-Mid-South, '40, Private,
Company "B," ,39-'40, Corporal, Company "B,H '40-'41, I-Iop
Committee, '40-'41, Missionary Com'mittee, ,40-'41, Keo Kio, ,40-
'41g Monogram Club, '40-'41, Y. M. C. A., '40, President of
FRED MOXTERMAN HAWLEY
BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA
Enrolled September, '39, Private, Company "C," '39-'40, Private
Company "B,,' ,405 Corporal, Quartermaster Staff, '41, Junioi
Soccer, '40, Swimming Team, '40.
EDSON KEITH HARTZELL
Enrolled September, l40g Third Football, '40, "BH Basketball, ,415
Private, Company "B," '40-'4l.
KRIEGER VVILLIAM HENDERSON
Enrolled September, ,35Q Fifth Football, '35-'36, Fifth Baseball,
i36-'37, Third Baseball, '37, Boxing Squad, '37, Fourth Football,
,37, "BU Football, '39-'40, Baseball Squad, ,395 Track Squad, '40,
Bowling Team, '40, Times Five. Mile Race, '39, Private, Company
"C," '35-'36, Private, Company "B," '36-'37, Corporal, Com-
pany "B," '37-'38, Corporal, Company "A," '38-'39, Best-drilled
Corporal, Company "A," ,393 Sergeant, Company "A," '39-'40,
Best-drilled Cadet, Company "A," '38-'39, Captain, Company "A,,'
,40-'41, Picked Platoon, '37-'38-'39, Best-drilled Company, '37-394'
340, Secretary and Treasurer, Glee Club, '40-'41, W. O. Benner
Business Award, ,393 Hop Committee, '40-'41, Dramatics Club,
'39-'41, Assistant Athletic Editor, PENNANT, '41,
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Enrolled September, '39g Private, Company D, '39-,40-'4lg Junior
Soccer, '39g Assistant Business Manager, Tornado, '4Og Ad Solicitor,
PENNANT, '4Og Varsity Trainer, '39.
WILLIAM LUMPKIN HUNTLEY, JR,
CORAL CABLES, FLORIDA
Enrolled September. '39, Varsity, Tennis Team, '40-'4lg Band,
'40g Sergeant, Band, '40-'41,
CARL TERRELL HUGGINS
Enrolled September, ' 371 Private, Band, ' 37-' 38: Corporal, Band.
,38-'39, Sergeant, Band, '39-'4O3 Second Lieutenant: Band. 40-
'4lg Glee Club. '39-'40-'4lg Orchestra, '39- 40.
JAMES CL.-xRENCE INZER, JR.
Enrolled September, '37g Fourth Football, '371 Fourth Basketball:
'38g Third Baseball, 'KSQ Junior Soccer, '301 Third Baseball, 90
"B" Football, '39g Varsity Soccer, '30-'40-'-Ol: QVarsitvxFootball
'40g Private, Band, '37-'3Sg Private, Companv 33- 301 QW'
poral, Company "Pr," '30-'-30: Sergeant, Companv '40"4l
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LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE
Enrolled September, '37, Fourth Football, '37-'38, Third Football,
'39g Varsity Football, '40, Third Basketball, '38-'39, Private, Com-
pany "C,,' '37-'38, First Class Private, Company "Cf, '38-,39g
Corporal, Company "B," ,39-'40, Second Liteutenant, Company
"B,', '404'4lg Best-drilled Corporal, Company "B," '39-'40,
Picked Platoon, '38-'39-,405 Lookout Mountain Club, '37-,4l.
THOMPSON WOLLE JONES
Enrolled September, '35, Private, Company D, '35-'36-'37-'38,
Corporal, Company "D,', '38-,39g Best-drilled Company, '38-'39:
Sergeant, Company "C," '39-'40, Picked Platoon, '39-'40, Second
Liteutenant, Company "E,', '39-'40-'4lg Sophomore Senator, '399
Minstrel, '36-,375 Primary Bible Prize, ,35-'36, Intermediate Bible
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EDWIN GODWIN KELLUM
Enrolled September 38 Private, Bandg Tennis, '4lg Boxing, '4lg
Orchestra, '4Ig Florida Club.
THOMAS CREIGHEAIJ Lrzwrs
Enrolled September 40 Vanity Swimming, Ti-1m Prrvatt Corn
pany D 40 41
-loHN MCDOWELL KING
Enrolled September '35, Fifth Football, '35: Fifth Basketball, '35s
Fourth Football, '36g Bowling Team. '39: Companv '3Y'36-
'37-'38, Corporal, Company "D," '38: Sergeant, Companv
'39g Lieutenant. Companv '40-'-411 Beat-drilled Compania
'38-'39, Special Drill Platoon. '30: Feature Editor. PFNNRNT. '4l:
Nlimionary' Ridge Club. '35-'-ll.
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"D," 'IYWSQ Corporal. l'orrrp.1nr' "D," 'IS 'Wg Srrgr-ant. Kom-
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GEORGE DAVID LYNCH, JR. ROBERT DAY MCAMIS
CH ATTANOOGA, TEN NESSEE
Enrolled September, '35, Fifth Football, '35-'36-,373 Fourth Foot-
ball, '37-'38-,39, Third Football, '39-'40, "B" Football, '40-'41,
Fifth Basketball, '36, Fifth Baseball, '36, Junior Soccer, '39, Var-
sity Soccer, '40-,4l, Eleventh Annual Cake Race, '40, Private,
Company "D,,' '35-'38, Private, Company "B,', 338,-'39, Cor-
poral, Company "B," '39-'40, First Sergeant, Company "E,"
'40-'41, Junior Glee Club, '36-'37, Doubles Semi-Finals, Southern
Badminton Tournament, '41.
HENRY KELSO MCKINNEY
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE
Enrolled '37, Private Band, '37, Third Football, '37-,4O, Track,
'40, Orchestra, '37-'38-'39-'40, Glee Club, '37-'38-'39-'40, Min-
strel, '37-'38--,39-'40, Corporal, Band, '38, First Sergeant, Band,
'39, Captain, Band, '39-'40, Lookout Mountain Club, T37-'40,
Ad Solicitor for PENNANT, ,4O.
CHATTANOOGA, TE NNESSEE
Enrolled '37, Fifth Football, '37, Fifth Basketball, '37, Fifth Base-
ball, '38, Private, Company "E," ,37-'38, Fourth Football, '38,
First Class Private, Company "D," 338-'39, Swimming Team Man-
ager, '40, Corporal, Company "D,', '39-'40, Special Platoon, '39-
'40, Third Football, '4O,V Sergeant, Company "B," '40-'41,
ELVER WEBSTER MCLEOD, JR.
Enrolled September, '40, Private, Company "C," '40-'41, Fall and
Spring Tennis, '40-'41, Third Team Basketball Squad, '41, Tornado,
'40-'41, PENNANT, '41, Glee Club, '41, Alabama Club, '40-'41,
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SHANGH.IXI, CHINA NI IRI YII I I , II X XI SSI In
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Enrolled .IHUUHYYI '41s Soccer Squad, ,415 Glee Club, -I0 41: IHHHIII 522' IMI"-' 55 XMIM It-'flux - F Io 40' N '
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NIIII South Ifo--II-.1II. "IU, .-XII K IIN Ii.uL.-II-.:II. '40 I-31: .-XII 5113-
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BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA
Enrolled September, '36, Fourth Football, '36, Third Football, '37-
'38, Third Baseball, '38, Track, '39, Hop Committee, '40-'41,
Prefect, '39-'40, Play, '40-'41, Minstrel, '39-'40, Band, '36-'37-'38,
Company "B," '38, Best-drilled Company, '38, Company "A,"
'38-'39, Military Excellence, Company "A," '39, Sergeant, Com-
pany "C," '39-'40, Captain, Company "B," '40-'41, Picked
CARNOT GUILLE M1LL1OAN, jk.
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE
Enrolled September, '35, Fifth Football, '35-'36, Fifth Basketball,
'35-'36, Fifth Baseball, '35-'36, Fourth Football, '37, Fourth
Basketball, '37, Junior Baseball, '37-'38, Third Football, '38-'39,
"B" Football, '40, Company "D," '35-'36, Company "C," '37,
Corporal, Company "B," '38-'39, Sergeant, Company "C," '40,
First Sergeant, Company "B," '41, Minstrel, '35-'36-'38,-'40, Look-
out Mountain Club, '35-'36-'37-'38-'39-'40, Picked Platoon, '38-'39.
MAYNE VVILLIAMS MILLER
JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE
Enrolled September, '40, Boxing, '41, Company "B", Declamation
Contest, '40, Glee Club, '40-'41, Debating Team, '4l.
JAMES HENRY MILLIS
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolled, '37, Fourth Football, '37, Third Football, '38, "BH
Football, '39, Varsity Football, '40, Fourth Basketball, '37-'38,
Third Basketball, '39, Tennis Team, '40, Junior Track Team, '37,
Third Baseball, '38, Hop Committee, '40-'41, Prefect, '39-'40,
Student Council, '39, Private, Company "D," '37-'38, Corporal
Company "D," '39-'40, Lieutenant, Company "C," '40-'41,
North Carolina Club, High Point Club.
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MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA IDOKULUI' x1m'xl1x1x, 'wxxrssr-r
Enrolled September '393 Football, ,395 "BH Football, '403 lfl1l'0lll:x.l SrplL'llll'n'l -3331 lrllllli lrnvtltlll, 'lil Flllllj lq.hl.m'!l'.1ll. -N502
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JAMES LANDER lx1ORGAN I-'nu-iuwr-'Rumi Hu uw Nlmum
LAURINBURG, NORTH CAROLINA vu xrlwxumzx Il xx: me
Enrolled September ,39' Third Football '39 ' ' ' ' ' ' - ' - ' ' '
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Thlrd Baseballlw-40IiI Varsgy.?pcce,-D '40-Z4l:'Dcflnnmmm CUHUM' 1':l,:,:.,:l.,. 'gg :gill ul.,,.,l:rjl, NJN' thx- .Xlillgjxl,x,,,,l IH, xxxxx.
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Enrolled September, '40, Varsity Football, '40, Winner of .Most
Improved Linesman Trophy, '40, Monogram Club, '40, Private,
Company "A," '40-'41, Florida Club, '40-'41.
TSARL BUSBEE PACE
GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
'40-'41, Private, Company "D," '39-'40-'41, Tornado, '40-41
Astronomy Club, '40, North Carolina Club, '39-'40-'41,
Enrolled September, '39, Tennis, '39-'40-'41, Touch Football, '39-
HARRY HOBSON ORGAIN, JR.
Enrolled September, '40, Winner Fall Tennis Tournament, '40, Pri-
vate, Company "B," '40-'41, Tornado Staff, '40-'41, PENNANT
Staff, '40-'41, Dramatic Club, '41, Winner, Declamation Con-
ARTHUR COLLINS PENDLETON, II
CHARLO'l"1'E, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolled September, '38, "B" Football, '38, Varsity Football, '40,
Boxing, '38, Swimming, '38, Varsity Track, '39-'40-'41, Soccer,
'41, President, Monogram Club, '40, Private, Company HB." '38,-
39, First Class Private, Company "C," '39-'40, First Sergeant,
Company "B," '40, Second Lieutenant, Company "B," '41, Vice-
President, Student Council, '41, Vice-President, Y. M. C. A., '41,
member Keo Kio, '40-'41, Prefect, '40-'41.
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GLEN ALPINE, NORTH CAROLINA mu'xln'. YIRUIYH
Enrolled Sffgemlger' Zi36i.Private, ,gn CorPol.?g'u,3?j6 lfnrollvd Sr-pu-mlwr, WS: Qfvxxilfxxmx' "U," '35, L30: L'+'rf1I'i1x1v
ergeant, g econ xeutenant, 5 ompany , - Q -, U - lc pn- K -gs -, ll X' . ' fl 'as' 4 h
Varsity Football, '36, '37, '38, '39, '40, Captain, Varsity Foot- 'll 4 "l" N ' 'l""'l ' l
ball, '40g Soccer, '36, '37, '38, '39, '40, Varsity Track, '38, '39,
'40, Best-drilled Company, '38, Minstrel, '38, ,39, ,401 Monogram
Club, '38-'41, Baseball, '37g North Carolina Club, Second Team O
All-City Football, ,39Q Honorary All-City, '40, Mid-South Cham-
pion Relay Team, '39, '40. S
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Enrolled ieotember, 405 B Football, Qeclnmnuon Contest, 'Amg 150: ISHN l,:.l,,,l,:.,,,,. :l'l,l,,l,l1l,l,,,, --.X " im Sal, lint nllxllrxl RMU Q
TO:n.g'T Ov G01den,G1oveg Champion, 'lltl llunncr-up in Fall pmy, 'VQ 'ml M,,,,,,.-1, 'Q-J, '-au, '41, lM.un,m.l Club. '
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CONCORD, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolled September, '40, "BU Football, '40, Varsity Soccer, '41,
Varsity Baseball, '41, Private Company "C," '40-'41, North Car-
olina Club, ,40-'4l.
DAVID WYETH ROYSTER, JR.
SHELBY, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolled September, '40, "B" Football, '40, Swimming,
vate, Company "Af, ,40-,4I.
EARL MILLER ROTHBERGER
Enrolled September, '3'5g Fifth Football, '35-'36, Fourth Football,
'37-'38-'39, "B" Football, '40, Fifth Basketball, '36-'37, Fourth
Basketball, '38-,395 Swimming Team, '40, Private, Company "D,"
'35-'36-'37, Corporal, Company "D,,' '38-'39, Best-drilled Cadet
Seventh Grade, '35-'36, Eighth Grade, '36-'37, Sergeant, Company
HC," '39-'40, Second Lieutenant, Company "B," '40-'41,
THOMAS BENTON SELLERS, JR.
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA
Enrolled September, '36, Third Football, ,362 "BH Football, '37,
Varsity Football, '39-'40, Varsity Track, 240-'41, Monogram Club,
'39-'40-'41, Private, Band, ,36-'37, Private, Company "A," '38,
Corporal, Company "A," ,39-,403 Sergeant, Company "B,,' '40-
'41g Keo Kio, 740-,415 Glee Club, '41, Missionary Committee, '40-
,4I' Vice-President, Y. M. C. A., ,405 Student Council, '39"40g
l President, Student Council, ,40-,4lQ Senate, '40-,4l.
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WALTER HUNTER STAMPER, JR.
Enrolled September, '35, Fifth Football, '35, Fifth Basketball, '36,
Fifth Baseball, '36-'37, Manager, Fifth Basketball, '37g Fourth
Football, '38g Third Baseball, '40, Private, Company "D," '35-
'36-'37g Corporal, Best-drilled Cadet, Company "E," '37-'38, Cor-
oral Com an "D " '38 '39 Ser eant Best drilled Cadet Com
P 1 P Y 1 ' i g 2 ' 1 '
pany "D", Captain, Company "E," '40-'41, Best-drilled Company
"D," '38-'39, Picked Platoon, '39-'40, Eighth Grade Bible Prize,
'37, Tornado, '39-'40, Photographer, PENNANT, '39-'40, Assign-
ment Editor, Tornado, ,40-'41, Secretary, Missionary Committee,
'40-'4lg Associate Editor, PENNANT, '40-,415 Astronomy Club,
EDGAR JOHN STONE, JR.
ST, ELMO, TENNESSEE
Enrolled September, ,395 "B" Football, '39-'40, Boxing Team,
,40-,411 High School Heavyweight Golden Gloves Champion, '41,
VVILLIAM PERRIN STEELE
WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolled September, '39, Private, Company "C," '39-'40, Private,
Company "A," '40-'41, Varsity Soccer, '40-'41, Varsity Swim-
JOHN FRANCIS TAYLOR
PINEHURST, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolled September, '40, Spring Football, '41, Private, Company
"D," '40-'41, North Carolina Club, ,4O-'4l.
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CHATTANOOGA, 'IFNNESSH 1 Y
Enrolled eptern er 39 Glee Club 39 40 Fourth Bnkrrlwll ull 1 Im K Nl lm, K
40 41 Corporal Comp ny D 0
RICHARD QLOLC H 'I HOMSOX "Hx
GAFFNFY SOUIII L XROI IN X l I
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LYNN BRADFORD T1LLERY, JR.
VVILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolled September, '40, Fall Tennis, '40, Third Basketball, '41,
Baseball, '41, Private, Company "A," '40, '41, North Carolina
c1EORGE INIAGOUN XVA1,I,ACE, 11
FORT BENNING, GEORGIA
Enrolled September, '37, Fifth Football, '37, Boxing Squad, '38,
Fifth Baseball, '38, Fifth Tennis, '38, Fourth Football, '38,
Boxing Squad, '39, Third Baseball, '39, Fourth Football, '39,
Third Soccer, '40, Third Track, '40, Third Football, '40, Varsity
Soccer, '41, Varsity Track Squad, '41, Private, Company "D,"
37, '38, Best-drilled Company, '38, '39, Corporal, Company "C,"
'39, '40, Platoon Sergeant, Company "D," '40, '41, Alabama
Club, '37, '38, '39, Virginia Club, '39, '40, Georgia Club, '40, '41.
Enrolled September, '38, Third Football, '38, "B" Football, '39
"B" Basketball, '38, '39, Varsity Baseball, '39, Varsity Basketball
40, Varsity Basketball, '41, "B" Baseball, '40, Sergeant, Band
'38 '39 '40 '41
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CHARLES HENRY WARD
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolled September, '40, Fall Tennis, '40, Baseball, '41, Private
Company "C," '40, '41,
Enrolled September 40 Band 40 41 B Team Football 40 nrollrd S puml 1 S r xx l Lompmx 10 40 Lorpvral
B Team Basketball 41 Varsity Tennis 41 Charlotte Club Compnnx -X 4 I 1 r 1 'l ra K Tramer 40
40 41 North Carolma Club 40 41 OXIIIL 1111141 . N ur 1 Q UWllI1'l ul'
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FRED MADISON WILLIAMS, JR.
GEORGE RICHARD VVILKINSON, JR.
GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA
Enrolled September, '38, Fourth Football, ,383 Fourth Basketball,
'38' Third Baseball '38, Fourth Football, '39, Varsity Soccer, '39,
Enrolled September, '38, Varsity Soccer, '40-'41, 'lihird Football,
Third Baseball 'self Third Football, ,405 varsity soccer squad, '40,
i405 Private. Company HB," '38-'39, First Class Private, Company
HB.H '40, Corporal, Company "B," '40-'41, Prefect, 41. ,
Varsity Baseball Squad, '40, Private, Company "B,' 385 First
Class Private, Company "A," '39, First Sergeant, Company "D,"
'40, Special Platoon, '40g Business Staff, Tornado, ,4O-'41, Brain-
erd Club, '38-'39-,40-,41.
SUMNER MCBEE WILLIAMS
HADLEY MCDEE WILSON
GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA
LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolld S b , '38' ' S '38-'39' V ' S ,
,393-,43-'41?pElE!:nrIiE Squzid,Ju'r:lJI Prtisiiiley, Compariy "g?iEy'3gD-Ege5- Enrolled September, '39, Company "A,", '39-'40, North Carolina
403 Corporal, Company "A," '40-'413 South Carolina Club. Club? BOXIHS Sfluady 40-
LEWIS PRICE WOOIJ .IANIIIS RumsR'1'sux XYumvsux, .IR.
I DAVIDSON, NORTH CAROLINA l.0l'ISYll.l.lf, KI"X'l'lxL'KY
1 Enrolled September, '393 Assistant Manager, Varsity Soccer, '39, Enrollvd ,lsmu-uv. 'Wa ,Iunxm Smr.-1. 'Nz SNIHHHHHPL- 'w1,Y3f5'U
Q: ,409 Manager, Varsity Soccer, '40-'41: Private, Company "B," Socrcr. '-40'4l: Pm-.m'. 1'-wxiii-.axis 'N-'-407-11: kvriru-'KN
2 : '39-'40-'41g North Carolina Club. mm
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GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLI N .X
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CHATTANOOG.-X, TENNESSEE CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolled September, '35, Fifth
385 Manager, Third Football,
Manager, Varsity Track, '41,
37, Corporal, Company "E,"
Football, '36, '37, Fourth Football
'39, Manager, Varsity Football, '40
Private, Company "D," '35, '36
'37, '38, Corporal, Company "D,'
'38, '39, Sergeant, Company "E," '37, '38, Second Lieutenant,
Company' HD," '40, '41, Best-drilled Company, '38, '39,
ALGERNON AUGUSTUS ZOLLICOFFER, JR.
HENDERSON, NORTH CAROLINA
Enrolled September, '41, Private, Company "C," '40, '4l.
Enrolled September, '39, Chess Team, '39, '40, '41, Junior Soccer
'39, ,405 Volley Ball, '40, '41, Tennis, '39, '40, '41, Cheer
leader, '40, '41, Private, Company "B," '39, '40, '41, Prefect
'40, '41, Glee Club, '39, '40, '4l.
FREDERICK CYRIL STIMMEL
Enrolled September, '36, Badminton, '36, Soccer, '37, Private
Company "C," '36, '37, Corporal, Company "B," '38, Sergeant
Company "B," '39, First Lieutenant, Company "B," '40, 41
Glee Club, '36, '37, '38, Mission Ridge Club.
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CH ATTANOOCA, 'I'I-IN N.
XVRM' :XICKIICHAEL Axmg
IIIfIII POINT, N. C,
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I ' ' CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
my XV5,kAR RNARD EERDMANS
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.
HUGH BRECKINRIDGE ELLISON
KNOXVILLE, TENN. '
VVILLIADI STARK ENSIGN
WILLIABI MARSHALL FLACK
DAVID PALMER FRANK
WARREN SANDERS GARDNER, JR.
CECIL CLARK GARRETT, JR.
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JAMES ANDERSON GILLESPIE
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04, . BIRMINGHAM, .x1..x.
CLARENCE ALLEN HESTER
CIIATIYINOOCA, TEN N.
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ROBERT HOUSTON -lI?WI2I.I.
HENRY I'iI.I.lS -IOHNNON, JR.
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THOMAS FLOYO LEATHERXVOOD
JAMES BUEORO LEVAN
DOOLEY CLINTON LOTHROP
ROBERT BENJAMIN LUNDY
VVILLIAM HARVEY MCCLANAHAN
GEORGE ASHLEY MCELVEEN
KINGSTON, S. C.
KENNETH WILLIAM MCNAIR
ALABAMA CITY, ALA.
KEARNEY ARTHUR MAHLER
ROBERT COX MARTIN
JAMES HOUSTON MATTHEWS, JR.
GASTONIA, N. C.
FREDERICK MANSFIELD MILLI I
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TEN XV '
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GEORGE WALKER ST. CLAIR MOORE
BLUEFIELD, W. VA.
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GIBSON, N. C.
CHARLES THOMAS PERRY
BEN MADISON POWELL
STEPHEN LEONARD ROGERS
FRANK MASON ROSS
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f HENRY SANFORD SCHNEIDER
SPRI NGFI ELD, MO.
' JMBSILLY WOODS SOHUMPERT
ROBERT MANN SIMS
FRANK LUCINE SPOON
E ALSTON SNIITHERMAB
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
HAROLD SAM STAR
BAILEY EASLEY STIIXISON
JOHN CH.-XRLITS SVMERPORD
J U N I O R C L A S S
JAMES HUBERT TALIAFERRO
CH ATTA NOOGA, TE N N.
JAMES COLUMBUS TALLEY
HOYT PATRICK TAYLOR
VVADESBORO, N. C.
LEO MORRIS TRUPIN
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ENOCH JAMES VANN
FELIX DELEON WALKER
COLUMBIA, S. C.
CHARLES HENRY WARWICK
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
CALVIN LOWE LL WELLS 0
JACKSON, MISS. XYGLXLXO
JOHN CLEMENT WHITCOMB S
FORT BENNING, GA.
HUGH WALFORD WILSON, JR.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WILLIAM ROY WOLFE
FORT OGLETHORPE, GA.
FRED PELTER WOODALL
ROBERT MCALPINE WORTH
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NEWBURY, S. C.
JOHN BORDON ALLISON
EDWIN CARY ANDERSON
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DAYTON, TENN. , fa "
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FORT BENNING, GA.
ALBERT SIDNEY BOWEN
HARRY VVILLIAM BRANTON
GEORGE THOMAS BRIGHT
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENN.
MAL OSCAR BROCKETT
FRED HERM.-KN BROWN
CHARLES CIR.-XHAM BUCHANAN
CHATTAN OOGA. TEN N .
NORTON RAGAN CAMPIIELI,
BLIRRETI' REED CARYER
EDWIN FRANK CIIOROT, JR.
NOEL NORIIIROI' COE
PANAMA CITY, FLA.
MORGANTON. N. V.
JOHN IXIILICS COREEII
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JOHN FREDERICK CRISMAN
CHARLES RICHARD DIETZ EN
CHATTANOOGA, TEN N .
HOMER HENDRY DOWNS
5 COLEMAN, GA.
rr JOHN MARSH FRERE
fl CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
GEORGE WILSON GUNN
BLUEFIELD, W. VA.
BEN MOSBY HAGAN
THOMAS ELWERT EXCHELBERGER
LAPSLEY WALKER HAMBLEN, JR.
CHATTANOOGA, TEN N .
SAM BUFORD HAYTER
STEPHEN GARRETT HENRY, JR.
FORT KNOX, KY.
JOHN HENRY HILL
PAUL NEWTON HOLT
JAMES PAUL JOHNSON
RAYMOND ALLEN JONES
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
WALTER MASON KING
WILLIAM SPEARS LATIMORE
CHATTANOOGA, TBNN .
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LOOKOUT MGUNTAIN, TENN.
EUGENE EGBERT MCNEEL
CLARENCE STEVVARD MII,LS
MORRIS BELKNAP MOORMAN
JOHN EDVVARD MORELAND
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DAVID BARBOUR MULFORD
BURLINGTON, N. J.
GEORGE EADIE ORR
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
CRAIG HOUSTON PATTERSON
HENDERSONN ILLE, N. C.
WILLIAM JACKSON PAYNE
H.AROI.D JACKSON PHILLIPS
HENRY LAMAR RANKIN
JEFFERSON CITY, TENN.
JOSEPH MCLEAN RICHARDS
XVILLIAM CRAIG ROBERTSON
GEORGE CECIL ROE ERISON
NASHVH LF. TENN .
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HARRY 'IIHOMAS ROBINSON
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENN.
JOHN ALLAN ROBISON
EUGENE HARRISON SCIIIMPF
NASHVILLE, TEN N .
ALFRED DANDRIDGE SHARP, JY'
PAUL WILLIS SHEPHERD
JAMES BURNET SIZER
GORDON LAIDLAVV SMITH
HARRY DEFOREST SPENCER
GERRY UNDERWOOD STEPHENS
EDWARD GILBERT TALIAFERRO
CHATTANOOGA, TEN N .
GUY SUMERFORD TRIBBLE
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENN.
ALBERT DUNBAR WEDEMEYER
FORT BENNING, GA.
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CHRISTOPHER VVILLIAMS CALDWELL
RICHARD ADAIR CLARK
JACK BERNARD DAVIS
CICERO MCCUICHEON HARDYVICK
JIM MCINTOSI-I HEDRICR
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
JAMES HOwARD HORNSBXZDVJ QVJX
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XVII.I,IAM MCEIAVEE MILLER
LEONARD AIXCIIERSON NIXON
REID ALLISON PAGE
ABERDEEN, N. C.
OLIVER VVENDELL POTTER
JAMES MADISON PURSIEULI.
DAVID HERBER'F REAVES
VVILLIAM W7EBER ROBINSON
RAYMOND WALLACE ROTHBERGER
CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Q
HENRY SANFORD SCHNEIDER
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. 5 'I'
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FRANK ODELL SHERRILI.
CHARI OTTE, N. C.
HAROLD GARST SIBOLD
JOHN MARSHALL SVVOPE
HUGH LYNN THATCHER
VVILLIAM TAYLOR VVADE
STEPHEN ALLEN WILLIAMS
ROBERT TOOMBS VVRIGH1
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WILLIAM SIMON BECKER . .
WILLIAM CORNELIUS BOLEN . .
CHRISTOPHER TIMOTHY BRYAN . .
THOMAS LATHAM BUTTRAM . .
GAINES PENDLETON CAMPBELL .
WILLIAM CARL CARTINHOUR . .
JAMES JOSEPH COGHLAN .
ROBERT JOSEPH FISHER .
THOMAS ALLEN GARDNER .
JOHN MURRAY HICKEY . . ,
MURRAY FRANKLIN HICKS . .
KENNETH HOUSTON HOWARD . .
Lookout Mt., Tenn
Lookout Mt., Tenn
. . Athens, Tenn
JOSEPH CTRIFFIN KISSINCER . . ,
FRANK RAYMOND KOI.I.h1.'XNSPERtTER, ClInttaIIOoga,
CHRISTOPHER STEPHEN IYIOORE .
VVILLIAM CLAOOON ROBERTSON .
GI,ENN STANI.Ex' RO'I'IIRERt:ER
RALPH Gmns SPANm.ER
JACK VIQURNER 'lXxx'I,OR .
JOIIN COURTEN.-xx' 'l'wlN,XM . .
GEORGE FREO hvllll.-XMS . ,
CIIARI.Es JXLAN Y,Ix'l'Ifs . .
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JAMES HARLI' I.U'I'ON .ALIIIER
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NEIVELI. SANDERS ALLISON
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENN.
HERSCIIELI, HOOD BOYD
CHARLES HOIX'ELL CAMPBELL
VVILLIAM VVARD CRUTCHEIELD
RODOLPH BLEVINS DAVENPORT
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENN.
THOMAS MCCALLIE DIVINE
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENN.
DAVID VIRGIL EDMONDSON
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENN.
JIM MELVIN ENNIS
JIMMY ROBERTS GAMBLE
EDVVARD DUNBAR JEVVELI.
RALPH SPARKS JONES
JOHN ROBERT MCKINNEY
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENN.
VVIILIAM DONALD MUNSON
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENN.
JAMES FRANK PRESCOTT
JOEL HAMILTON PRICE
EVERETT JOE RAVVLSTON
CHARLES TALMAGE ROBINSON
ROBERT OV5'EN ROWLETTE
SETH WALKER SIZER
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ROBERT HEXRX' CALDWELL . . . Vice-Prwiclent
CHESTER IAMERICUS 1VI.-XSSEY . . . Secretary
RICHARD DAVIS HARTLEX' . . Treasurer
THOMAS JACKSON BROWN
WILLIAM HERBERT DUNN
ARTHUR COLLINS PENDLETON, II
THOMAS BENTON SELLERS
ROBERT LEWIS MCCALLIE
ARTHUR LEE BURNS
In Recogni+ion of
DICK HARTLEY .
BOB CALDWELL .
Front Row, left to right: Talley, Sellers, Hartley, R. Caldwell, Goree, C. Kincaid. Back Ron: l"IIr:kev, Silaold,
Llewellyn, H. Robinson, B. Sizer, Cz-Irtinhour.
, . . Day-Student Senator
. . Boarding-Student Senator
. Senior Senator
CARL KINCAIO .
JOHN HICKEX' .
. . Day-Studenf Senaior
. . Boarding-Sfzldfrzl Senator
. Senior Senulor
JIM 1.Axl.1,rtx' .
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l'l.-XROLD SIBOIII .
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l5ll,l,Y C.XRl'INll0l'R . . .lmzior S.fxooI'
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l9IfxI'ON SEITERS . . .... 1'n'.sidwzI ,TOE BANDER . . . .
C. A. MASSEY . . Sefrelary
ARIIILIR PliXDl.E'lxOX ,TIM TALLEY CARL KINCAID
BILLY SHANNON BILL JONES
BENTON SELLERS . . . . . .President ARTHUR PENDLETON .
C. A. MASSEY . . Secretary
BILL DUNN BUSTER BEALL JACK WHITCOMB
lVlEREDl'l'H JONES BOB LAIvIBER'I' CARL KINCAID
Front Row, left to righl: B. Jones, B. Dunn, Pendleton, Sellers, Bander, Massey, Beall, M. Jo
Shannon, Kelley, Whitcomb, Talley, Lambert, Dalton, C. Kincaid.
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, a l . Associate Editor
EN , . Atliletie Editor
. . Class Editor
. . Class Editor
JOHN KING .
J. B. RAMSEY .
C. A. MASSEY . .
SIE TI-IORNE . . .
. . Assistant Athletic Editor
. . . Assistant Athletic Editor
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TOM MOORE .
HARRY OROAIN Assistant Editor CHARLES MONROE . A I I Typlist
DAN ANDERSON Assistant Editor HUBER1' TALIAFERRO 1 Typist
JACK BROWN . . . Military Editor VVEBSTER MCLEOD . . . - Typhi
BOB SMART .... ....... T ypist
JOE DAVENPORT . ..... Business Manager BEN POWELL . . , n-Id Sogimof
EDDIE CHOBOT . . Assistant Business Manager CON MILLIGAN , , .JJ Solififor
TOMMY CLARY . . Ad Solicitor HENRX' MCKIXNEY . , ,-ld 501ifif0,-
HUBERT TALIAFERRO . . . Ad Solicitor JIM HODGE . . . , 4,1 Solifgfm-
Front Row, left to right: Brown, W. Dietzen, Stamper, Buffalow, Davenport. R. Caldwell, D. Anderson. T.
Moore. Middle Row: Orgain, H. McKinney, Massey, Ramsey, King. K. Henderson. Chabot. liiclq Row: Powell.
Hodge, H. Taliaferro, Clary.
BOB CALDWELL .
VV.-XLTER STAMPER .
FRED MORRIS .
GEORGE ENNETT .
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. .Editor-in-Chief THOMAS BUFFALOW .
.flssignment Editor TOM MOORE . .
. Assistant Editor DAN ANDERSON .
. . .Business Manager SIE THORNE . . . .
JIM HODGE .,... Assistant Business Manage
C. A, MASSEY
. Sports Editor
. Society Editor
. Chapel Editor
. Circulation Manager
Front Row, left to right: Burroughs, T. Moore, Thorne, Buffalow, R. Caldwell, Stamper, Morris, Ennett. Middle Row:
F. Williams, Orgain, Johnson, Wooten, W. Dietzen, Massey, Gaines, Arnold, Lassiter. Bark Row: C. Anderson,
Smith, McLeod, Powell, Hodge, Eaves, D. Anderson, H. Taliaferro, Chobot, W. Caldwell.
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DICK HARTLHY ..... A Pfgjidgn,
BENTON SELLERS . . I'ife-Presidenf
JOE BANDER .... . . Secretary
ARTHUR PENDLETON .... Presidenz
C. A. MASSEY . . , Vice-Presidenz
JOE BANDER ....... Secretary
Left Io right: Massey, Hartley, Pendleton,
Front Rome, lrf! to flfljllf Bob Gaines,
Lewis Bibb, Clarence Edmondson, Con
Milligan, XYnlter Stomper.
liark Rout' Dick Hartley, lack Crist, Ben-
ton Sellers, lke Bella, -loe Davenport.
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Frou! Rofw, left io righls Krieger Hender-
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Goree, Dong Millar.
Back Rofw: Dick Hartley, Basil Ramsey,
Bill Dunn, Ike Belk, Jim Millie.
Front Rocw, left to right: Harry Meador,
,Toe Richards, Mayne Miller, Harry
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Seated, left 10 right: Cary Anderson, liur-
net Sizer, Dan Anderson, Eddie Chobot
Standing: -Tohn VVooten, Frank Ross,
jimmy Young, Hubert Taliaferro.
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Henderson Belk, Emmett Hall, Graham BHC anim'
Bark Rofw: Don Arnold, Donald Grant, George Bright,
jack Brown, Gene Shimpf, jack LeVan, Fred Hawley,
Mayne Miller, Bill Flack, George McElveen, Carl
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"Your Jllom'-v or Your U'if4"'
l Seated, left to right: Charlotte Goree as Mrs. llzunil-
ton Cabot, Ing Hilda Hude as Millicent Grayg liliz-
abeth Bradley as Grace Jonesg Liza Allison as Doris
il Jonesg Anita Lynch as Daisy Dix. Sflllldillgf Bill Allen
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A Marshall Goree, Joe Bander, Lester Brooks, Dick Hartley.
Second Rorw: Bob Greene, Sam Balloff, Buster Beall, Charles Monroe, Bob Gaines, Bob Lambert,
Bob Caldwell, Meredith Jones.
Third Rofw: Noah Pitts, George Ennett, James Inzer, Jack Brown, Lewis Bibb, Palmer Frank,
Fourth Rofw: john Wright, Harry Robinson, Walter Dietzen, Harry Meador, Gwyn Brock,
Jim Tombras, Benton Sellers.
Not in the picture: Rufus Dalton, Bill jones, Lonnie Lumsden, Monteith Powell, Ed Stone.
ARTHUR PENDLETON . . ..... ..... P resident
C, A. MASSEY .... . . Vice-President
MARSHALL GOREE . . . Secretary
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Captain 323rd Infantry, Cornmandant
"Cap," as he is affectionately known to the
boys, came to McCallie in 1925. For these
fifteen years he has continued to build a very
creditable military organization here at Mc-
Callie. Preceding his appointment as command-
ant at the McCallie School he had an out-
standing record at The Citadel, being awarded
the honor of "Best All-around Cadet."
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JACK BROXV5 . . Captain and qldjutanl
BHII4 Dgyy . . Senior Capiain
ROBERT HAMIL'l'ON . . . First Lifulfflflnf
HAROLD STAR . . . First Lieutmzanl
DAN ANDERSQV . .Sfforld Lieufenfvll
CORPORAL BOB CHAPMAN
SERGEANT VVOOD DYER
CORPORAL LESTER BROOKS
CORPORAL ALBERT WEDEMEYER
Cade: Mujiwr ROBERT CALDWELL
Cade! Captain and Adjutant Scnior Capmirz
JACK BRONVN XYVILLIAM DUNN
XVu.1.1.xM IXIARSII.-Xl.l. Gomer: . Captain and .-Idjufanf
LTEORCE Guin-'onn Eiwics . . Svcond l,ivulrnant
ROEER1' Amms GREENE . . Sammi Liwulfnant
The military department of the McCallie
School plays no small part in molding the
boy's character in that it instills in each cadet
a sense of disciplineand courtesy which he
may obtain in no other manner.
At the final parade each year are given
these coveted awards: the Carter Trophy, a
sabre to the best officer in the battalion, the
Allison Award to the best-drilled private,
the Leach Cup to the best-drilled company,
and a medal to the best-drilled cadet in each
company. The intense desire for these recog-
nitions of merit inspire each cadet to dili-
gently apply himself throughout the year.
Some cadets loolc upon the military life as
an added burden, while others thinlc of it as
a nuisance, but the greater majority realize
that this one feature plays a great part in
developing every cadet into a true McCallie
Maior Caldwell presenting flowers to Mrs J P McCaIIle
aI' I'he parade in her honor
KRIEGER HENDERSON . ---- Captain
BASIL RAMSEY . . . .First Lieutenant
C. A. MASSEY .
JOE BANDER .
. Second Lieutenant
. Seeond Lieutenant
. . First Sergeant D
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JOHNSON, J. SMITH, G. XVOODALI.
HAGAN MULFORIJ TILLERX' P
HARRISON, VV. MUNROE XVARVVICK, J. ,
HAYTER PATTERSON XVELCH ,
HENRY PAYNE XVEDEMEYER
JARNACIN PHILLIPS XVORTH, G.
JONES, A. ROBINSON, W. VVILLIAMS, W.
JONES, M. ROYSTER XVILLIAMSON, W,
KENDAI.L SHARP XVILSON, M.
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FRED STININIEI, .
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CORN JEVVELL, R.
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HAWLEY PAGE, R.
HENDERSON, D. POBST
MILLER, VV RICHARDS
OROAIN SMITH, J
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TOM MOORE .
JIM MILLIS .
JOHN KING .
LANCASTER MILLIGAN, C.
BROOKS, B. DENNIS
BUCHANAN HARDWICK, F.
CHOBOT JONES, R.
HALL MILLAR, B.
HARDWICK, M. MOORE, C.
HARRISON, B. POVVELL, B.
KING, W. RIDENHOUR
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CLARENCE EDMONDSON . . . First Lieutenant
FRANK DUNN . . . . Second Lieutenant
JOHN VVRIGHT . . Second Lieutenant
FRED VVILLIAMS . . . First Sergeant
ADAMS SIMS, M. THOMPSON, M. 'WALLACE
ANDERSON, C, DIETZEN, R. PERRY SIZER, B,
BISHOP FRERE ROTHBERGER, R. THEISS
CORBETI' LEVAN, J. SHEPHERD VVADE
DAVIS LLEVVELLYN STEPHENS WRIGHT, R.
ABLE COE HODGE ROBERTSON, C
ARCHIE COFFEY HOLT ROBERTSON, G
ASHELY, G. COGHLAN HORNSBY ROBINSON, T.
BECKER, W. ENSIGN KINCAID, G, SHANNON, ,
BOGLE GARDNER, T. LEWIS SMART
BOYD, H. GUNN LINAM TAYLOR, F.
BROWN, A. HENDRICK, T. NIXON THATCHER
BUTTRAM HICKS PACE WILLIAMS, G.
CAMPBELL, N. HILL ROBERTSON, B. YATES
PALMER FRANK .
HENRY CARRINGTON .
WOLLE JONES . .
GEORGE LYNCH .
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BROCKETT KINCAID, C.
ALDER CARTINHOUR HICKE1' PRICE
ALLISON, N. CRUTCHFIELD HOVX'ARD RAVVLSTON
BOLEN DAVENPORT, R, JEVVELL, D. ROBINSON,
BOWEN DIVINE JONES, S. ROTIIBEROE
BOYD, L. EDMONDSON, D. KISSINGER ROWLEITE
BRYAN, T. ENNIS KOLMANSPERGER SIZER, S.
CAMPBELL, G. FISHER MCKINNEY, J. SPANGLER
CAMPBELL, H. GAMBLE MUNSON FIXXVINAM
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TOM BI'I'I-'.II.mv . ,First Liguft-nan!
CARI. HVGGINS . . Second Lieutenant
BOB GAINHS . . Second Lieutenant
B11-L JONES . . First Sergeant
CLARY HUNTLEY MCCLANAHAN TALIAFERRO, H
EICHELBERGER HEAL.AN MORRIS TALIAFERRO, G
GILLESPIE MILLS, C. SIMS, R. TRUPIN
ALLEN JOHNSON, E. MATTHEWS SCHNEIDER, H.
BIRDVVELL KELLUM MILLS, A. STONE, E.
CLARK LASSITER MORGAN STONE, J.
COBB MCMULLEN PATE, J, WARWICK, J.
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BILL LATIMORE .
BOB SIMS .
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Fronl' Row, lefl lo right: Bob Caldwell, Lewis Bibb, Bill Dunn, Marshall Goree, Meredilh Jones, Noah Pills, Benton
Sellers, C.. A. Massey, Arthur Pendleton, Buster Beall, Bobby Greene. Back Row: John Wright, Claude Joiner,
Harry Robinson, Fred Milligan, Bob Lambert, Gwyn Brock, Jack Brown, Southworth Bryan, Harry Meador, George
Snipes, Hanes Lancaster.
CAPTAIN NOAH PITTS
Allernale Ca plain
COACH BITSY HOWARD
Quiet and unassuming, this keen strategist has turned
out eleven McCallie teams Whose fighting spirits and fine
precision relleet perfectly his great ability at sound coach-
ing, his careful emphasis on fundamentals, and above all
his calm Confidence in his men.
C. M. S. MCILWAINE
Due to the extremely stiff competition in the Mid-
South Football Association this past year, Coach Ken-
neth Howard's 1940 Blue Tornado did not have any
too successful year as far as the won and loss column
is concerned, winning three games, losing five and
tying one. When the squad first reported for practice
early in the fall, prospects seemed very bright for a
successful year. Seven lettermen were returning and
new talent seemed plentiful. But had not it been for
the supreme fighting spirit and hard training of the
members of the squad, the team would not have fared
as well as it did. The success enjoyed was due also,
of course, to the hard work done by the skilled hands
of Head Coach "Bitsy" Howard and his able assistants,
Con Davis and Buck Flowers. Never did they stop
striving to build a successful grid machine for the
Blue Tornado. Faced with one of the toughest sched-
ules in McCallie's history, these men did a very satis-
factory job in coaching the Blue Tornado of 1940.
Coach Howard molded his team around seven re-
turning lettermen including Captain Noah Pitts and
Alternate Captain Marshall Goree. Also returning
were Bob Greene, Gwyn Brock, Benton Sellers, Art
Pendleton, and Chester Massey. Several new men and
a few ex-NB" Team players filled out the squad to its
Chester Massey and Lewis Bibb, a snappy guard
playing his first year at CcCallie, were honored by
being chosen on the All-Mid-South team and by unni-
mously making All-City here in Chattanooga. Captain
Pitts, Goree, Pendleton and Beal were also picked on
the second team of several all-city selections. Any
summary of the team would be incomplete without
mentioning the valuable assistance contributed by Mr.
McDowell, a trainer, Mr. Mcllwaine, as a competent
athletic director, Mr. Purdy, as the minutely correct
statisticiang Cheerleaders Ennett, VVhaling, Young, and
Carringtong Trainers Frank Gault and Buford VVat-
GWYN BROCK BOBBY GREENE "OX" PENDLETON BEN1ON SELLERS
ersg and the hard-working manager, johnny Xvright,
A brief snnnnary of the Blue Tornado record of
McCallie, l4g Duncan, 0
The IQ-SQ edition of the Blue Tornado opened its
season with a hard-earned victory over a strong Dun-
can eleven from Nashville by the score of 14-o on the
home field. just before the end of the first half, Art
Pendleton scooped up a blocked punt and scampered
.to yards for the score. Again in the early part of the
third period, Pendleton, on a spinner, cut off left guard
and swept 53 yards for the second and last score of
McCallie, l4g Nofre Dame, 0
Again appearing like world beaters in the second
game of the year, McCallie revenged last year's loss to
Notre Dame with a crushing victory of 14-o. Both
scores were the results of long drives. Buster Beall,
taking the ball for the first time in the second period
on a short plunge, and "Ox" Pendleton scoring in the
third period via the same route. Beall's unerring toe
accounted for both extra points.
McCallie, 7: Cify, 7
The Chattanooga City High Maroons succeeded in
holding the Blue Tornado to a tie in a game played
"BUSTER" BEALL JACK BROWN
C. A. MASSEY
on Chamberlain Field. The Blues counted their lone
score in the first half when Chester Massey scampered
I9 yards on an end around run, City scored on a long
pass which Fred Cope took across after a fine run in the
fourth quarter. McCallie stormed back down the field
and a goal failed.
B. G. A., 6: McCallie, 0
Bitter defeat finally upset the McCallie Blue Tornado
when the team traveled to Franklin to play the big
game of the year with B. G. A. The lone score of
the game came on a pass late in the fourth quarter
to Hinkle, B, G, A. end. McCallie was never able
to threaten seriously although they kept B. G. A. deep
in its own territory for most of the afternoon.
Darlington, I4: McCallie, 0
McCallie was again touched by defeat as the team
journeyed to Rome to take on the powerful Darlington
Tigers. The Tigers scored in the second period on a
25-yard run by Mathis, Darlington fullback. It was
not until the final period that Darlington again struck
pay dirt, this time when Mathis gathered in a des-
SOUTHWORTH BRYAN BOB CALDWELL
GEORGE ENNETT rm" V
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perate McCallie pass and galloped 40 yards for an- Mccalljel 6: Baylor, 2I r
other score. Although the Blues threatened several The Mccallie 1940 Blue Tornado Went down in de-
times, they were never quite able to shove across 8 feat in the final game of the year before its traditional
score. - , - ,
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The Blue Tornado was again unable to break the In the second quarter, Procop again scored after taking IH
scoreless jinx as it dropped a game to Castle Heights a forty-yard pass from Spaulding. Two more points lib'
on Patten Field. John North scored both of the vis- were added when Devoe tackled Robinson in the end gilt'
itors' touchdowns, the first in the second period on a zone. In the second half, the Blues made their come- ghvi
65-yard pass and the second on an 80-yard end- back. All through the third quarter the Blues pounded sul
around that caught the Blues Hat-footed. The Tornado in pay dirt territory. Noah Pitts went across just be-
had possession of the ball most of the afternoon and fore the quarter ended. Again the Tornado got pos- 5,11
threatened seriously several times but were never able Session of the ball and Started up the field' Time hm,
to score. after time they were denied, and just before the game If b
Mccalljel 0: B, A.. 26 ended Procop took the snap from center and ran 95 E.,
McCallie suffered its most humiliating defeat of the yards for another touchdowq' The gflme ended with tilt'
year when they traveled to Nashville to play the pow- the Score Baylor' 2115 Mccallle' 6' Thls game' n0.mat- wh H
erful Montgomery BCH eleven. The final Score was ter the winner, will always be remembered by friends nk
26-0. The Blues seemed never to be able to get going and patrons of M?Call1e HS one of the Hnest ever
after VVashington and Cox scored for M, B, A. in the played by a Mccallle team' 15,
second period. To ice the game away, Ball and Wash- 35.1.
ington scored again later in the second half. Lewis CAPTAIN NOAH PITTS' Mx'-Back 1551,
Bibb and Chester Massey turned in exceptionally good Captain Pitts with his UUd5'ing Spifit W35 3 great :mfs
pe,-forma,-,CCS in this game, stimulant to the Blue Tornado throughout its 194.0 'si
season. Noah was a line, hard-running fullback. Al- ' 1
McCallie, 6: Wallace, 0 though handicapped by a shoulder injury, he came
The Blues finally broke a long scoreless and losing back at the end of the year to make a wonderful show- lb
jinx when they beat the heretofore unbeaten and untied ing against Baylor. tm .
Wallace from Nashville by the score of 6-0. The game 1 f T
was clearly McCallie's as the Blues had possession of ALTERNATE 'CAPTAIN MARSHALL GOREE. MT-Cenfef M
the ball almost the entire afternoon. The Tornado's Marshall held down the pivot position this year for Bi'
lone score came in the second period when Pendleton his second successive season, and developed into a Qi.
plunged over after a prolonged drive down the field. mighty fine center. Marshall played Very good heads-
Although McCallie threatened continuously they were up ball, and his excellent defensive play is going to
able to score but once. be greatly missed next season. ma
BILL DUNN JAMES INZER MEREDITH JONES HARRY ROBINSON
Tackle and Guard Halfbaek
line for sizable
ARTHU R PENDLETON, M'-Back
Arthur played his second season on the Blue Tornado
this year, and was one of the hardest running half-
backs that we have ever had. His hard, low running
gained many a yard for the team this year, and it is
going to be hard to find someone to take his place next
GWYN BROCK, M"'-Tackle
Gwyn, commonly known as "Stud" to his teammates,
deserves a great deal of credit for the fine defensive
and offensive work he contributed this season. He
was one of the most valuable cogs in the machine of
the Blue Tornado, and really did play some good ball
when he got all of his six foot two inch frame into
LEWIS BIBB, M-Guard
Lewis played this season for the first time on the
Blue Tornado, but he played his position as a veteran.
Lewis, who made All-City and All-Mid-South, played
excellent ball throughout the entire season, and he
surely is going to be missed next season.
ROBERT GREENE, M'-Guard
Bobby played his second season on the team this
year, and could always be depended upon to play fine
ball. Although "Root" is not very large, he made up
in fire and spirit what he lacked in size. He is one
of the many others who is going to be missed next year.
ROBERT CALDWELL, M--Back
Although Bobby is not very large he played some
excellent ball this season, which was his first on the
BOB LAMBERT HARRY MEADOR
Blue Tornado. His smart quarterbacking helped the
Blue Tornado to establish quite a record for itself, and
he is going to leave a gap that is going to be hard
BUSTER BEALL, M-Back
Buster, who was moved from the position of guard
to that of a back, played his first season with the Blue
Tornado this year. He did a swell job in his new
position, and really deserves much credit. His excel-
lent ball handling in all the games is going to be
missed very much next season.
HARRY ROBINSON, M-Back
Harry came up from last year's MBT' team to fill a
regular place on the Blue Tornado of this season.
Harry, who has two more years to play for the Tor-
nado, played some very fine ball, and his consistent
ground-gaining is going to be a great help to next
CHESTER MASSEY, M'-End
Chester played some very good ball during his sec-
ond season on the Blue Tornado, and as a result, he
won a position on the Mid-South and also the All-
City teams. Chester could always be depended upon
to play a bang-up game, and the Blue Tornado is
losing a mighty good player when he leaves.
JACK BROWN. M-End
jack is another one of the many good ends that the
Blue Tornado is very proud of. Although he didn't
play very much last year, Jack didn't quit trying, and
CHARLES MUNROE JOHN WRIGHT
M na er
Tackle 6 9
as a result, he played quite a bit of mighty good ball
on the Blue Tornado this season. He was another one
of the team's dependable players, and he always gave
the best that he had in every game.
SOUTHWORTH BRYAN, M-End
Southworth played very consistent ball, and held
down his position as a veteran even though he was
playing his first season on the Blue Tornado. He
could always be depended on to do his job and do it
well. His spirited playing is going to be hard to
match next season. 1
JOHN WRIGHT, M-Manager
John was one of the best managers that the Blue
Tornado has ever had. John was always right on
hand whenever help was needed, and his hard work
and untiring effort made it a pleasure for the team to
have him as its manager. He deserves much credit
for the way in which he handled his job, for the job
of managing the football team is one of the hardest
jobs in the school.
BILL DUNN, M-End
Bill completed his second year on the Blue Tornado
this season, and he played some mighty fine ball all
throughout the season. His hard, low tackling gave
much spirit to the Tornado, and caused a great deal of
worry to all of our opponents.
JAMES INZER, M-Guard
"Doon" was greatly handicapped by an injury and
didn't get to play much this season, but it could never
be said that he ever quit trying. This was his second
season on the Blue Tornado. His never-say-die spirit
was a credit to him and to the team.
The McCallie "B" Team had a fairly successful
season against larger and more experienced teams,
winning three games and losing two. A record of
the season follows:
McCallie "B" . . . og Dalton . . 7
McCallie "B" . . 7, Central . . o
McCallie HB" . . 13, City . . o
CHARLES MON ROE, M--Tackle
Charles played with the Blue Tornado for the first
time this year. Although he didn't play much at the
first of the season, he certainly made up for lost time
when he went into the Baylor game, and he won the
cup for the best improved lineman on the team.
MEREDITH JONES, M-Tackle
Meredith, who played excellent ball for the Blue
Tornado this season, was one of the many good
tackles with the best spirit that we have ever seen at
McCallie. His fire and spirit gave the Blue Tornado
much added pep throughout the entire season. This
was Meredith's first year with the team,
BENTON SELLERS, M'-Tackle
UT. B." came back to us to play his second season
on the Blue Tornado, and he was one of the mainstays
in the team's forewall. He was one of the immovable
posts in the line and very few plays got by him during
HARRY MEADOR, M-Guard
Harry played for the Blue Tornado for the first
time this season. Although he didn't play much he
was a very good guard, and his excellent showing in
the Darlington game was one of the best showings
that we have seen in a long time.
BOBBY LAM BERT, M-Cenfer
Bobby was our substitute pivot man who came up
from the "B" team to play some fine ball for his first
year on the Blue Tornado. He is an excellent center
and a very good backer-up. He is going to be a very
important factor in the making up of the Tornado of
McCallie "B" . . . 33, Central . o
McCallie "B" .... 7, LaFayette ..... I3
Lettermen included Ballard, Hester, I. Belk, Joiner,
VV. Dietzen, Woodall, Balloff, Ellison, Ridenhour,
Branton, LeVan, Eerdmans, B. Harrison, Harper,
Crist, Millis, Shannon, Lothrop, Corn, Vann, Chaille,
J. VVarwick, Hartley, F, Milligan, C. Thompson, and
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Front Roar. left ru righl: George XVallace,"' Paul Dennis,"' Lester Brooks,"' Stephen Henryfl' James Patefk Warren
Gardner." jack Robison? Harry Branton, Bill Ensignf' Lapsley Hamblenf" Fred Williamsfk Tom Claryf Wray Amosfl'
Bark Rong: Graham Buchanan? 1ManagerJ, Jim Talleyfk Allen Mays, Ed Birdwell, Albert Wedemeyer, G01-don Smithyaa
Gene Smitherman, Tom Nlack. Burnet Siler," Keith Hartzell, Cecil Garrettf Woody Harrisonf and Morris Moormanq'
McCallie . .
McCallie . .
McCallie . .
THIRD TEAM FOOTBALL
. og Dalton "B"
. 6, Dalton "B"
. . 135 Bradley "B"
McCallie . .
. 34, Highland Park . 6
.14g Notre Dame . . o
7g S, M. A. . . 7
og Baylor . . 6
63 S. M. A. . . 6
o' T. M. I. . . o
6 Baylor .... o
FIFTH TEAM FOOTBALL
Front Row, left to right: Frank Kollmanspergerf:
Bill Robertsonf' Sarge Allison, Leonard Nixonfk
Bucky Howardf Glenn Rothbergerfi Charles Yates,
Ralph Spanglerfl Cary Andersonff Jack Davisf'
Second Row: Bill Bolen, Bobby Fisherfs Dunbar
Jewellf: Garnett Kincaid, Bill Beckerf Allen
Brownf Hugh Thatcherf John Twinamfl' Tommy
Gardnerfk Third Row: Chris Moore? fManagerJ,
David Edmondson, Seth Sizer, Jim Alderfl' Jim
Ennisfk Bill Rowlettefk John Hickey, Paul Holtfl'
Stephen Williams? Back Row: Gaines Campbell,
Charles Robinson, Jim Gamble, Tim Bryan,'f Howell
Campbell, Tommy Buttramf: jim Coghlanf: Bud
Hicks, John McKinney.
McCallie . .
McCallie . ,
og Moseley Park . o
zo, Lookout Mt. . . I3
og S. M. A. . . 7
og Dayton .... 28
6, Moseley Park . 24
og Baylor .... 7
made letters on the various
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. 6 McCallie . . 205 Central "B . .
. o McCallie . . 65 Bradley "B" . . 7
. o McCallie. . . og Baylor . . . o
. . 7, Baylor . . 1.1.
Below, Front Row, left to right: James Kelly, Pat Taylorfl' Taylor Wadefk Cecil
Robertson, Roy Bacon, Craig Robertsonf Ray' Rothberger, Winston Linam,"' Carl
Kincaidfl' Middle Row: Walter King, Leland Bogle, Dick Clark, Mal Brockett,"'
Hugh Wilsonflf Roderick Beddowfl: Bob Wrightf Leo Trupinf Bob Simsf'
Wray Amos, Jack LeVan.'E Back Row: John Collett, Harry Brantonf' Shannon,
Linus Llewellyn, Paul Johnsonf" Tom Belk, Bill Caldwellfl' Houston Matthewsf
Front Row: Bob Cald-
well, C. A. Massey, Joe
Bander, Dick Hartley,
Walter Dietzen. Back
Row: John Gates, South-
worth Bryan, Jack
Brown, Jim Tombras,
Frank Beall, Jack Crist.
ON THE HARDWOCJD COURT
Under the faithful leadership and instruction of Coach Bitsy Howard and Assistant Coach Con
Davis, the 1941 basketball team won fourteen games and lost eight to capture the City Prep Cham-
pionship, for which they tied last year. Although they went out in the first round of the annual
Mid-South Tournament, the Blue cagers were among the leaders of the Mid-South race up until the
tournament, to give them a very successful season
on the whole. McCallie chalked up 689 points
this year as compared with an offensive of 694
last year, while their opponents scored 619, slight-
ly more than last yearas total of 593.
The Blues opened the season with an easy 36-20
victory over St. Andrews, and immediately stepped
into the City Prep lead by defeating Baylor and
City at the auditorium by the respective scores of
30-24 and 36-23. After losing a hard battle to
Castle Heights on the home gym by the score of
33-24, McCallie increased her City Prep lead with
a victory over Central, 23-19. McCallie then
suffered a setback, losing to a Hghting City five
on their gym by the score of 27-23. The Blues
avenged a 39-31 defeat at the hands of the Tech
Freshmen in Atlanta the following week by de-
feating T. M. I. and Darlington in lVlid-South
HART,-EY games at the ho-me gym. Making the annual trip
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C0 CaPla"' to Nashville, McCallie suffered disappointing Lcoucapmn
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losses in the Mid-South race to Castle Heights and
M. B. A., by the close scores of 34-27 and 32-29,
The Blues returned to their old form by
strengthening their City Prep lead with victories
over City, 35-31 and Notre Dame, 42-36 in two
fast games on the losers' courts. After nosing out
a close victory over the U. C. Freshmen, McCallie
had a chance to clinch the City Prep title by de-
feating Central in their next game. However, the
Tornado met disaster, for after leading Central
by nine points at the half, the Blue cagers were
held to two points during the entire second half
and three overtime periods, thus succumbing to
Central by the close score of 23-21. The Blues
marched on to three more straight victories in
defeating Notre Dame in the City League and
M. B. A. and Darlington in the Mid-South race
in exciting contests. McCallie then missed a sec-
ond chance to clinch the title by going down in
defeat to a spirited Baylor quintet in an exceed-
ingly close game, 37-36. Then after decisively
defeating T. M. I., the Blues finally succeeded in
capturing the undisputed City Prep crown on their
third chance by defeating Baylor in a hard-fought
game on the home gym by the score of 37-30.
In the Mid-South Tournament held March 6,
7, 8 at the University of Chattanooga, the Mc-
Callie cagers, although seeded fourth, were upset
in the initial round by a spirited Darlington quin-
tet, whom they had defeated twice before in the
regular season, by the score of 30-28, in another
exceedingly close game.
The team was led by co-captains C. A. Massey-
and "Hook" Hartley, the latter of whom set a
new scoring record by sinking a total of 251
points, thus breaking Fletcher Sims' old mark of
249 points in 1934. Hartley, who was in a large
part responsible for the success of this year's
Tornado, scored 102 points in the six games
played against Baylor during his two years at
McCallie, averaging 17 points a game, and de-
serves a lot of credit for his part in McCa11ie's
winning five of the six engagements.
C. A. Massey, the other half of the Hartley-
Massey scoring combination, which scored almost
two-thirds of the total points scored by the team
during the season, racked up 197 points, besides
proving a valuable asset on rebound work.
Both Hartley and Massey were unanimous selec-
tions for the All-City team last year and this year,
and both were also picked on the A11-Mid-South
team in 1940, but due to the fact that the team
was eliminated from the tournament in the first
round this year, only Hartley made the coveted
squad, being placed on the second team.
Other scoring was divided among members of
the team as follows: Caldwell, 965 Tombras, 475
Bander, 345 Dietzen, 265 Brown, 235 Bryan, 75
Gates, 65 and Beall, 2. Foul percentages were
unusually high, with Hartley having .5895 Massey,
.5885 Caldwell, .6215 Tombras, .7335 Bander, .4355
Brown, .2735 Dietzen, .4005 Bryan, .0835 Gates,
1.0005 and Beall, .500.
Letters were awarded to Co-Captains Dick Hart-
ley and C. A. Massey, Bob Caldwell, Joe Bander,
Buck Dietzen, Jack Brown, Jim Tombras, and
Manager Lonnie Lumsden.
Action shots ot wins over Baylor and
Notre Dame in march to City Title.
JACK BROWN LONNIE LUMSDEN
THE SEASON'S RECORD
St. Andrews . .
Baylor . . . .
City ..... .
Central .... .
City ..... .
T. M. I .... .
Darlington . . .
M. B. A .... .
City .... .
Notre Dame . . .
U. C. Freshmen . .
Central .... .
Notre Dame . . .
M. B.A. . . .
T. RT. I. .
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McCallie . . . . . 24: Cvlmuil . . . . 14
McCallie . . . . li: B4Wl0l' . . 27
McCallie. . - ll: CMV - . . . . 30
Mgtfgllie , . . . 21, Darlington . . . 13
lN1cC.illie. . . .261 T. lNl. I. . . . 19
McCallie . . . . 153 Citi' - ' - . . 30
lN1cCallie . . . . Ii: Central . , . 31
BlcCallie . . . - 321 HlNiikWl1 - . . 25
lN1cCallie . . . . 16: Central . . . 37
McCallie . . . . 313 Bavlor . , , 23
McCallie . . . . 33: Darlington , . . 22
McCallie ..... . .213 T. Nl. I. . . . . . .20
McCallie ........ 25: G. M. A. ........ 24
Front Row. left to right: Jimmy Adamsf: Tommy Houserflf
Jim Baconf George Moore, Keith Hartzellf Middle Row:
Brrck Ellison, Charles Thompson, Jack Paynef Jim Talleyfl'
Bill Caldwell. Gene Schimpf, Joe Harper, James Pate.
Bizck Row: Bob Greene, Sam Ballofffl: Bill Robinson, Bob
Lambert, Nlarshall Goreef Ike Belkfk Bob Gainesfk Gordon
Smith. Not in Picture: Jim Ballardfg Jack Crist?
McCallie . . . . 345 Baylor . . . . . 17
McCallie . . . 325 Hardy .... . . 22
McCallie . . . 225 Sewanee "BH . . . 24
McCallie . . . 275 Baylor .... . . 18
McCallie ..... . . 8, Sewanee "B" ....... 15
McCallie ........ 215 Brainerd .......... 20
Front Row, left to right: Oliver Potter, Jimmy Vann, Gus
Zollicofferfk Carl Kincaidfi: George McElveen,3' Jim Millisfg
Bradford Tilleryf Warren Gardnerfl: Bill Flack, Bill Rob-
inson, Mac Hardwick, George Orr. Middle Row: Bob
Mahler, Henderson Belk, Carl Coffey, Charles Belcher,
Elliott Blaydes, Albert Wedemeyer, Pat Taylorfk John Smith,
James Mills, Gene Chaille. Back Row: Cecil Garrett? fMan-
agerj, Wray Amos, Bruce Harrison, John Welch, James
Kelly, Jack Phillips, Lamar Rankin, John Moreland, Ben
Hagan, Frank Ross, Bill Ensign, John Wooten, Grayson
Baileyf Tommy Eichelberger, John Berry, Lester Brooks,
McCallie. . . . 265 S. M. A. . . .13
McCallie . . . 163 S. M. A. . . . 11
McCallie . . .173 T. M. I. . . . 24
McCallie . . . 24, Darlington . . . 17
McCallie . . . 165 G. M. A. . . .20
McCallie. . . . . . 233 Darlington . . . . . . . . 6
McCallie ........ 225 G. M. A. ........ 25
Front Row, left to right: Bill Theissfli Norton Campbellfa
Bill Carverf: John Corbett? Marsh Freref Paul Holtfl:
Back Row: Taylor Wade, Billy Latimoref: Eddie Chobotflz
Richard Dietzenf Walter Kingfk Roy Bacon? Not in
Picture: Tom Belkfk
McCallie . . . . 233 Darlington . . . 21
McCallie ........ 103 T, M. I. ......... 14
McCallie ........ 125 Red Bank ......... 27
Front Row, left to right: Bill Becketf Ralph Spanglerfg
Bill Cartinhourfl: Bucky 1-lowardf John I-lickeyfk Tommy
Gardnerfl' Bud Hicksi fManagerJ. Middle Row: Tommy
Buttram 'H Cris Moore :ff Charles Yates, Jack Taylor, Jim
Co hlanl George Williams. Back Row: Frank Kollman-
sperger, Bob Fisher, Bill Bolen, Glenn Rothberger, Gaines
Campbell, John Twinam.
McCallie ...,.... 21, Darlington ........ 8
Front Row. left to right: Coach Charles Diehl. Rody
Davenportf' Bob Rowlettef Jim Ennisf John McKinney,:':
Joel Pricefg Seth Sizerfk Middle Row: Jim Gamble,
Charles Robinson, Donald Munson, Charlie Campbell, Jimmy
Prescott, Heschell Boyd. Bark Row: Ward Crutchfield,
Tommy Divine, Dunbar Jewell, Sarge Allison, David Ed'
mondson Llewell n Bo d
1 Y Y '
lBoys marked 1' made letters on the various teams.J
1-Iampered by very inclement weather through
most of the season, Mr. Bob McCallie's soccer
team did not have a very successful season, winning
one and losing one with Asheville in the annual
series, and losing three and tying one game with
The team was captained by Bill Dunn, excellent
goalie, throughout the season. Due to his fine
leadership, no one can say the McCallie losses
were due to lack of spirit, for these soccer boys
were lighting every minute of the game.
The Blues dropped a thrilling game to Baylor
to open season on Patten field. The first score
was Baylor 4, McCallie 3.
In the next game the Tornado was able to hold
Baylor to a 1-1 tie in a game played at Baylor.
Asheville then invaded for a game with the Blues,
and McCallie came out on the short end of a
4-3 score. Baylor came to Patten held for the
next game and the Blues were shut out by the
Raiders, 1-0. The Blues then invaded the Baylor
campus only to be defeated again by the score of
In the final game of the year, lV1cCallie finally
brolce its losing jinx when the team traveled to
Asheville to take a hard-fought game from the
Asheville School for Boys by the score of 2-1.
Letters were awarded to: Captain Bill Dunn.
M. Jones, Star, lnzer, Mchlullen. S. Xvilliains.
W. Shannon, Xvillcinson, XY'liiteoinh, 1..lllC.lSICI'.
Lynch, Pitts, Wfoodson, Ricliards, li. hlilligan.
Griffith, li. Xvilliams. and .I. Allison.
Interest in boxing reached a high
peak at lNlcCallie this year as the school
entered a team in the Golden Gloves
'1'ournament and sponsored a school t0Ll1'-
nament of its own. Also on several occa-
sions exhibition bouts were given as an
added attraction to basketball games.
For the first time lVIcCallie entered a
six-man boxing team in the Golden
Gloves Tournament, and this team made
more championships than any other high
school entrant. They placed second to
T. lVI. I. for team honors, but in propor-
tion to the number of entrants the McCallie
squad won a higher percentage of their bouts than
T. M. I., who entered twice as many men as
lVIcCallie. For lVlcCallie E. Stone won the
high school heavyweight division. In the 147-lb.
class hlonteith Powell, a last year's Golden
Gloves winner in North Carolina, was crowned
champion. Rufus Dalton, fighting in the 135-lb.
class, was the other winner for McCallie. These
three boys were awarded varsity letters for their
excellent showing in this tournament. Mitchell
and Branton, R., who were on the team entered
a most commendable showing by winning 'H e '
Golden Gloves Champions Rufus Dalton, E. J, Stone, Mon+ei'l'h
in the tournament, were awarded minor sport
ln the school tournament there were five divis-
ions, and the winner of each division was awarded
a minor sport letter. This tournament aroused
quite a lot of interest in the student body, and it
was so successful that it has been planned for this
event to be an annual affair.
Winners of the different divisions were as fol-
lows: Allen Brown, 120 lbs., Bob Sims, 126 lbs.,
Dick Hartley, 147 lbs., Harry Robinson, 175
lbs., Charles Miinroe, heavyweight.
I940 TRACK TEAM
l 'b: B'11 H , Bob Amos, George Ennetr, Arthur Pendleton. Billy. Kidclv. Klan:
Iggfli Ijaneiso Igficaistenl yMiti'3tilfeerRow: Pat Williams, Benton Sellers. Sam Balloff. lrwin Bella. Bill XX hire,
Bill Jones, Joe Taylor, Fred Milligan, George Snipes. Back Row: Karl Kesmodel 4,lVlanagerl, Bob Moore. .loe Barge
Bill Webb, Krieger Henderson, ,lack Brown, Gwyn Brock, R. 1.. McCallie lCoachI.
ON THE CINDER PATH
The 1940 McCallie traclc team swept through
seven dual meets, notsed out Lanier High of Ma-
con and Baylor for top honors in the Baylor
relays, won the undisputed City championship,
and finished third in the annual Mid-South meet
at Sewanee, to raclc up the best record a Mc-
Callie team has made on the traclc since the state
championship outits of 1928 and 1929.
i who sei a new school rec d 1
. , 0' 0 52 satondi E Oh 440 . t
won high-polnl honors al lho Mid Soulhnn1ooT I ml
Unly five lettermen. Captain Ed Lawman,
holder of the school pole vault record. Marla Hays,
George Ennett. llte Bellc. and Noah Pitts. were
on hand from the 1939 team. together with Billy
Kidd, who had starred on the 1933 team. hut
Lawman was unahle to compete due to illness.
and the team was left without a capahle pole
vaulter for the season. and llqe Belle was unahle
to compete until late in the season due to the
effects of a siege of pneumonia.
Three early season meets found the Tornado on
the long end ol' a tw'-40 eount against Central.
a 511-45 winner over lee lligh ol' Clncltatnauga.
last vear's North Georgia ehatnpions. and a oo to
33 winner over lim. Kidd and liars were OUT-
standing in the spflllls in these meets. with Fnnett
in the distanees. Pendleton in the liroad lump.
and lit-oelt in the weights sliowtng up well. Other
hrst place winners lot hltkiallie were lancastet.
NY'illmnis. and llitts
ln the liaxlot it-los Kltkiallle won the htst team
ll0l'i'lX l'Xt'l ullrtetl tu ilu' meet. piling Nl' -W lvlmb
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880-YARD RELAY TEAM-MID-SOUTH CHAMPIONS
Billy Kidd, Billy Houser, Bob Amos, Noah Piffs, Mark Hays
the meet, with Kidd taking the century, and the
quartet of Mark Hays, Noah Pitts, Bob Amos,
and Billy Kidd winning the 880-yard relay, but
they kept in the running by placing second in the
other three high school relays, honors in which
were split between North Fulton, Boys' High of
Atlanta, and Castle Heights. Brock took second
place in the discus throw, and Pendleton won third
place in the broad jump and fourth in the javelin
throw. Ennett ran a beautiful mile on the medley
relay to take second place after trailing to the
last lap. With the last event, the mile relay com-
ing up, McCallie was trailing with 22 points,
Lanier had 242, and Baylor 212 points, and the
Blues had to come in ahead of Baylor and make
three points more than Lanier to win. Had the
judges placed Hays third in the hundred as pic-
tures later showed he ran, the pressure would have
been considerably eased, but he was unplaced. The
McCallie quarter-milers came through, however, in
the pinch, running a strong second to Castle
Heights, just ahead of Baylor, which finished
third, and when North Fulton shut out Lanier
by capturing fourth place the trophy was won.
The following week McCallie turned back a
strong Castle Heights team 64-58, when the un-
beaten relay quartet won the deciding event. Kidd
and Hays were double winners, the former captur-
ing the 220 and low hurdles, and the latter the
100 and 440. Pendleton, Brock, and Williams
were the other first place winners for the Blue.
Rummell won the pole vault and high jump to
lead the Heights scoring.
McCallie annexed the City championship the
next week by winning from Baylor 65-57, in a
thrilling meet which was again decided by the
relay. Hays and Kidd were again double winners,
and Ennett in the mile, Jack Brown in the high
jump, and Brock in the discus also won their
events. Brock broke the school discus record,
ARTHUR PENDLETON IRWIN BELK JOE BANDER GEORGT ENNETT PAT WILLIAMS
AS Mc-CALLIE WON THE BAYLOR RELAYS
Billy Kidd wins the l00 and anchors McCallie's winning 880-yard relay feam
with a toss of 119 feet 82 inches, which he later
bettered twice in the T. M. I. and Mid-South
meets. Brown, in winning the high jump, broke
his wrist and was lost to the team the rest of the
season. Baylor got off to an early lead by sweeping
the shot put, but McCallie countered by taking
first and second in both dashes, and a clean
sweep in the high jump, and was never headed.
Akers of Baylor took high point honors with 16
points followed by Kidd with 14M and Hays
The following week McCallie took a 95-31
verdict from T. M. I., with Brock rallying 162
points and breaking his own discus mark, and
who ser a new school and Mid-South record of l25 feet 9
inches in the discus throw
Kidd, Williams and Lancaster also scoring heav-
ily. The Sweetwater Cadets were below par this
season, without their usual strength.
At the Mid-South meet held at Sewanee the
first week in May, McCallie was outmanned by
both Baylor and Castle Heights, the former win-
ning their tenth straight Mid-South crown by pil-
ing up 51 points to Castle Heights' 48, and Mc-
Callie's 38. The Blues were handed a severe jolt
when Kidd's leg failed him, and with one of their
ace sprinters, who had won both sprints two years
before, not up to his previous form, McCallie
bowed to her two main rivals whom she had pre-
viously beaten. Even with Kidd in top form, it is
doubtful that McCallie could have won, but the
finish would undoubtedly have been closer.
McCallie's half-mile relay team of Hays, Pitts,
Houser and Kidd remained unbeaten by winning
its event Friday afternoon, Mark Hays won the
100 and 440, setting a new McCallie record of 52
seconds in the 440, and winning the high point
trophy with a total of BM, points, Gwyn Brock
broke the discus record with a heave of 125 feet
9 inches, and Ike Belk won the 880 with a beau-
tiful sprint to the tape. Other McCallie men to
place were Kidd in the sprints, Ennett in the 880,
Banner in the high hurdles, Pendleton in the
javelin and broad jump, and Pitts, Webb, Belk,
and Ennett in the mile relay.
The final meet against the Asheville School in
Asheville was won by McCallie 67-55 with Gwyn
Brock scoring 17 points, and Hays runner-up in
Letters were awarded by Coach Bob McCallie to
Billy Kidd, Mark Hays, George Ennett. Pat XVil-
liams, Arthur Pendleton, Hanes Lancaster. Bob
Amos, joe Bander, Sain Balloff, Xvilliam Xvhite.
Noah Pitts, Bill Jones, Frank Nlay, Billv Houser.
Bill Welvb, Ike Belk, Gwyn Brock and managers
Karl Kesmodel and Max Gardner. George Ennetr
was elected captain for the l9-ll season.
IOO-j'3I'Cl dash . . .
220-yard dash Cstraightawayl . . .
220-yard dash fone turnl ....
440-yard dash . .
880-yard run .
Mile run ....
220-yard low hurdles
120-yard high hurdles
120-yard low hurdles
Shot put ....
Discus throw .
Javelin throw .
Broad jump .
High jump .
Pole vault . .
440-yard relay .
880-yard relay .
Mile relay . .
Two-mile relay . .
Times' five-mile race
Cake race ....
100-yard dash .
220-yard dash .... . .
220-yard low hurdles . . .
Discus throw .... .
Broad jump .
AT THE MID-SOUTH MEET AT SEWANEE
Mark Hays scores a double in the I00 and 440-yard dashes
McCALLlE TRACK RECCRDS
9-8 Seconds - .Bob Andridge, '36
22 Seconds - . .Bob Andridge, '36
22-6 Seconds - . . Bob Andridge, '36
S2 seconds ..... . Mark Hays, '40
2 minutes 3.4 seconds . . . jack Marvin, '36
4 minutes 40.9 seconds . . . Earl DeMoe, '38
26.4 seconds .... . . Bob McCallie, '29
16 seconds . . Billy Wilson, '36
14.6 seconds . . . .Billy Wilson, '36
44 feet 5 inches . . J. D. Lackey, '30
125 feet 9 inches . . . Gwyn Brock, '40
170 feet 3 inches . . . . Billy McKay, '32
21 ft. 4 47-8 inches . . Collins Thurman, '28
5 feet II inches ................ jess Turney, '28
II feet 2 inches ..,.... . ........ Ed Lawman, '39
45 seconds . . . Curtis Rorebeck, Roger Frank, Bob Andridge, Ed jones, '36
r min. 33.4 secs. . Curtis Rorebeck, Roger Frank, Bob Andridge, Ed jones, '36
3 min. 33.6 secs. . . . Frank Tennille, Bob Ferguson, Alex Halyburton,
Alex Hughes, '30
8 min. 55 secs. Frank Durand, Jim McCoy, Billy Venable, Bill Lybrook, '30
28 minutes 34 seconds ............. William Stutz, '23
5 minutes 29.5 seconds . . . David Tucker, '39
MID-SOUTH MEET RECORDS HELD BY McCALLlE ATHLETES
IO seconds . . . . Bob Andridgev '36
22.1 seconds . . . Bob Andridgen '36
26.5 seconds . . . . . Ervin Hall, ,33
125 feet 9 inches . .... Gwyn Bf0Ck, '40
21 feet 3 inches . . . Collins Thurman, '28
JUNIOR TRACK TEAM
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The golf team under the leadership of Coach
R. L. Sager turned in an outstanding record for
the 1940 season with only two returning lettermen,
the team won both the city and Mid-South cham-
pionships, and captured Hrst place honors in the
University of Tennessee Invitation Meet. Besides
these feats, Frank Garrett, a newcomer and num-
ber 1 man on the squad, did credit to himself and
the team by winning the Mid-South and U. T.
The team began the season by beating Central
and winning U. T. meet. Next they traveled to
Rome, Georgia, where they lost to Darlington
5M to 122. Following this a 13 to '5 victory
over G. M. A. and a 17M to win from Baylor
put them baclc in stride, but they lost an important
city match to Central 72 to IOM.
In the Mid-South Tournament which was this
year held concurrently with the Southern Prep
Glolf Tournament the McCallie linksmen showed
t eir superiority by winning the Mid-South meet
by some fifty strokes. In a playoff Frank Garrett
beat Billy Napier of Xvallace for individual honors.
Frank also made a commendable showing in the
Southern Prep contest by placing seventh out of a
field of one hundred and forty.
Following the tournament the team avenged an
earlier defeat by Darlington bv downing the Geor-
gians 12 to 6. At the end of the season McCallie
and Central were tied for the eitx' championship.
In a challenge match the McCallie foursome de-
feated the Central team after Brooks sank a four-
foot putt on the last hole to gain the winning
Because of this unusual record the team, com-
posed of liranlt Garrett. Gordon liuddleston. C-
A. Massey, .uid lester Brooks. was awardfd
varsitv letters. joe llavenport. although not rf-
eeiviilbl .1 letter, deserxes inueh credit tot his fred'
italile perforin.uit'es during the season. hlassev -mtl
Brooks return next xeai to form the nucleus of Khi'
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l'he Nlcfallie School has always been known lor its
mm! tennis teams, but the mio team was one of the
rest' and had one ot' the IIIUSI successful seasons the
SL-howl has ever had, winning both the City Prep and
Mid-South championships in singles and doubles.
McCallie and City were running a close race for the
Citv Championship, but our teams cinched the title by
beg-ting City a second time by the score of 5 to 2.
This gave the team its second straight City Champion-
ship and their third in four years.
It is interesting to note the record Coach "Buck"
Flowers' tennis teams have enjoyed in the seven years
he has been coach. ln high school competition they
have won titty-seven matches while losing only seven.
They have won the Mid-South team trophy in 1934
and 1940, and were in a triple tie for team trophy in
1938. In this same tournament they placed second in
1935 and 1939, and third in 1936, In the University of
Tennessee meet which the team participated each
spring the team captured the doubles' title in 1937 and
1939 and was runner-up in the singles in 1939. The
Iellm won City Championships in 1937, 1939, and 1940.
This is certainly a record which any school would be
p roud to hold.
During the past season the team won nine matches
and lost one. Their one loss to Darlington was soon
avenged when the team defeated them in the Mid-
South Tournament. Vernon Kelly, the number one
man for McCallie and also the Mid-South singles'
champion, was the only player for McCallie who didn't
lose a single match in the City League.
In the Mid-South Tournament the team showed their
superiority over the other Mid-South teams by capturing
the singles', doubles', and team trophies. Vernon Kelly
won the singles' title, and he and Bob Caldwell annexed
the doubles' crown.
Letters were awarded to Vernon Kelly, Bob Caldwell,
Hardwick Caldwell, Bob Gaines, and -lim Millis. To
celebrate their successful season the team was given a
McCallie T. M. I. . o McCallie Baylor . o
McCallie T. M, I. . 1 McCallie Baylor . 1
McCallie Darlington . 3 McCallie Central . . . o
McCallie Darlington ..... 6 McCallie Notre Dame . . o
McCallie City High ..... 3 McCallie City High . . 2
McCallie won Mid-South Tournament.
The baseball team got off to a poor start with
only four lettermen returning from last year's
team, and with few boys coming out, the team
did not show up well in competition, winning only
one game in seven starts. At times the team played
first-class ball, especially when they beat Sewanee
12 to 6, but a deficiency of experienced players kept
them from having a polished ball club.
John Wood carried the brunt of the McCallie
pitching. John had a good fast ball and a sharp
breaking curve, but the team had to rely on him
to pitch nearly every game, and he was somewhat
handicapped by overwork. Captain Theo Harvey,
always a leader whether his team was behind or
ahead, stood out in the outheld. "Buck" Fuqua,
who was a letterman on last year's team, led the
batting with a percentage of .429. Fuqua was fol-
lowed by Palmer Frank, who averaged 286.
Even though their record for the year was none
too impressive 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
Members offthe team who were awarded letters
were: Fuqua, Frank, Neisler, McDiarmid, Harvey,
Stewart, Caulkins, Inzer, Lockett, Wood, and Har-
THE SEASON'S RECORD
McCallie ..... . . . 2, Central ..... , . , 4
McCallie ..... ..,. 1 23 S. M. A. .... . . . 6
McCallie ..... , , . Og City ..,.,, . , . 6
McCallie .... . . . 5, Central , , t . t 17
McCallie .,.. . . . 53 Bradley , . . . 6
McCallie ..... ..... 3 3 Bradley , , 12
McCallie . . , .... 3, City ..,,. . . . . 6
In spite of the fact that the members of
the 1940 swimming team were inexperi-
enced, they made a wonderful showing
throughout the season under the leadership
of Mr. Thomas Kipp. Although the sea-
son wasn't a very successful one, the team
deserves a great deal of credit for the show-
ing that they made.
The team finished in third place in the
Mid-South meet, and Jon Godsey won the
only first place for the team by his excel-
lent diving. By winning this first place,
he automatically became the diving cham-
pion of the Mid-South. Captain Dick
Koella with his untiring effort and spirit to
win for the team was one of the best cap-
tains that the swimming team has ever had.
The members of the team were L. Jones,
McElroy, Dennis, Stamper, Koella, Roth-
berger, Gault, W. Brown, Daly, Star,
M. Steele, Godsey, and McAmis, manager.
THE SEASO-N'S RECORD
McCallie. . . .,,.. 423 Central ...,,..... 24 McCallie
placed second in U. T. Invitation
McCallie . . . ,. 19, Castle Heights , . . 47 meet.
McCallie , ,.,. 293 Darlington ...... 37
McCallie placed third in Mid-South meet.
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COMMENCEMENT HONORS. I940
Clifford Barker Grayson Memorial Medal . - PAT VVILUAMS
John C. Campbell Award ...... ' ' THE0 HARVEY
Don C. Peglar Award . ' ' ROBERT AMOS
Valedictorian . . . . - 'ROBERT STREET
Salutatorian ..,... - - DAVID MCCALLIE
Washington University Award . - - HOT-TON HARRIS
John Parks Senior Bible Medal . .J . . - - HOLTON HARRIS
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Primary Bible Prize-Eighth Grade . - - - ROBERT VVRIGHT
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Summerlin Oratorical Medal . .................. HOLTON HARRIS
Faculty Medals for General Excellence . ROBERT CALDWELL, HOLTON HARRIS, EDWARD CHoBoT,
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Pembroke O. Leach Algebra Medal . . . O. MAX GARDNER, JR., HERBERT Gmsox
J. Philip Gibbs French Medal ......... ......... E D CHAPIN, III
Frances Thornton Strang Memorial Medal in English . ....... CHANDLER KING
Roy Jackson Physics Medals ........ . . HOLTON HARRIS, DAVID MCCALLIE
E. White Patton Mathematics Medal ..... ........ M ORTON JUDD
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Music Medal for Improvement ...... ...,... T HOMAS CLARI'
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S. Inspection in All Departments
9-Everybody looks for Miss Goodwin-
a drastic mistake.
11-Introduction of teachers. Mr. Sager
cracks his lips trying to smile.
12-Physical Examinations. Several boys
are embarrassed by Doctor Bibb.
16-New boys get first real taste of dormi-
tory life. Many recall past sins.
zo-"Blue" looks at football material and
turns in resignation.
-VVe have a missionary speaker in
chapel. Doctor is breaking the new
boys in early.
-Scared look begins to wear off many
faces. There is not much left.
-First day of drill, Captain Dunlap
makes list of next year's promotions.
-New boys wonder if there is a good-
looking girl in G. P. S .... so do
the old boys.
fContinued on page 1352
ACME COAL CO
Pleasing You ls Our Pleasure
HAMILTON MOTOR CO
I204-IO Broad Street
TENNESSEE STOVE WORKS
COOKING AND I-IEATING STOVES
COAL, WOOD, OIL, AND GAS
MODERN MAID RANGES
Complimems OI: ComoIImen+s of
CHEROKEE MOTOR COACH A. G. STIVERS LUMBER
Complimerfrs of COmpIImenIS
I GEORGE WALLACE, JR. HAI-E,S FLCWERS
-I-II-E 84 TERRAZZ0 C.en+raIIv1arke+ 6-OISI
MOUNTAIN CITY COMPLIMENTS
STOVE COMPANY QF
g RIDGE DRUG COMPANY
4I8 Dodds Avenue
Phone 2-I I7I
WILBUR IW. I-IOIIGIES, Pmp
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DIXIE MERCERIZING COMPANY
Caldwell sews on his stripes and starts
Moore pulls a Wann and slops to drill
with a walking stick.
Our first 'tdance" is a boat ride. The
deck chairs get a good workout.
USarge's" presence is sadly missed in
the business office. The place is com-
Goree starts looking for a sponsor.
When Stamper snaps to attention you
can nearly see the big, red letters on
New boys wonder what Doctor is do-
ing in Caldwell's ofhce.
First six weeks exam. Twelve boys
say they didn't like Physics anyway.
27-Mr. Spence is trying hard to find one
30-Halloween . . . So what .
fffontinued on page 1372
DON CHERRY TIRE CO
I3th and Broad Streets
Corner Ninth and Lindsey
RIDGE MOTOR SERVICE
TI-IE MCCALLIE SWEATERS ARE
SAND KNITTING MILLS COMPANY
Exclusive Knii Goods for AII1IeIic Wear
L. C. LEACH 81 COMPANY
738 Cherry Sfreei
Official Jewelers for Ihe McCallie School
I Class Rings and Pins
Nov. 2-"Root" is contesting with Purdy for the
title of the sorriest joke-teller of the COmplimen+S
NOV. 5-Lytle's insomnia cure. of
Nov. Io-Professor tells boys to do or die. Sev-
eral Hip Coins, TENNESSEE EGG COMPANY
Nov. 15-'lNational Guard" Henderson begins
worrying about the draft, V
Nov. 22-Baylor game tomorrow. Smoking Club
donates cigarette butts to the bonfire.
Nov. 23-DOC Hodges makes a fortune selling
Nov. 27-Millar and Ramsey work up a week-
find 'iparasiten off King, but HJ. P."
throws a ban.
Retail and Wholesale
Nov. 30-Buffalow comes back from Knoxville
with that gleam in his eye. He worked
' h h k' '. . .
six mont s on t at iss Dealers In Kinds O-F Leather
Dec. 2-Craine and Tysinger start their vaca-
KContinued on page 1392
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KING DOBBS AND
sci-loot or THE DANCE
Studio 4-IO McCallie Avenue
ECONOMY LUMBER COMPANY
North Chattanooga, Tennessee
PRICE, QUALITY, SERVICE
NEW YORK NASHVILLE
DODGE-PLYMOUTH SALES AND SERVICE CHATTANOOGA
ol 7 Broad Street
Chattanooga. Tenn. Phone: Office 6-8I8I
Hearing and Roofing
ELDER 81 COMPANY
New York Stock Exchange
New York Colton Exchange
New York Curb Exchange lAssocia'resI
Chicago Board of Trade
5-The O, D. duty is now called l'Dun-
9-"Good humor man" Purdy starts
working out his Christmas vacation
-VVas it true that Lumsden had a date
with Moses and tried to get his Christ-
mas present early.
-jan. 6-Everyone rests and gets plenty
of sleep so as to make a good start
when they come back.
THU. 9-Each boy tries to tell a bigger lie
about his vacation than his seat mate
I2-DHVCDPOYI gets his stripes out of his
safety deposit box for the big parade,
but it rains anyway.
I4-Woodall starts practicing for the Cake
I9-Exams, There are now oflicially three
fContinued on page 141j
Anci-ne M. PALMER, Presidenf
General Agenl J.
Penn Muiual Life Insurance Company
EDW,EEnS'lEenlgE1DWN t I COMPLTMENTS OF
MCA M N I9 .floulxf
Complefe Ou'rfi+'rers for Men and Young
ENDER O 8: C LE
RADIO STATION WDEF H SM 4 T WO MAN
JOE ENGEL, Owner
FRED BUGS. Manager Esfablishing Our Way on Honesl' Values
THATCHER OIL COMPANY
Wholesale Pelroleum Proclucfs
Complirnenls of COmpllmer1'lS of
THE PARK HOTEL FRIENDS
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COMPLIMENTS J. ERNEST MONA E
BABE MITCHELL ESSO
Wauhatchie Pike 84 Tenn, Ave.
Ha Motoring Head uarfers
"Insurance for Every Need"
403-4 James Bldg. 7-2073
YOU'LL ENJOY SHOPPING
BELK BROTHERS COMPANY
Charlotte, N. C.
The Carolinas' Largest Store
23-The Middle Hall cafeteria was com-
paratively quiet today. "Brew" Bryan
25-'lChina boy" Bob has not opened his
eyes since he got here-or has he.
29-Mr. Burns tries to stand at attention
when they play the National Anthem,
but his suit won't cooperate.
2-Bass starts dancing lessons . . . ain't
4-South Hall has blackout, courtesy Roy-
9-"Spider" starts his annual gripe about
Senior's PENNANT write-ups.
15-"Lulu" decides Gilbert isn't worth it.
I8-Sims and Dyer promise they won't
throw erasers for three days . . . An-
derson comes to school without his
ZZQHOHOIS to McDowell-the best night-
watchman in town.
KContinued on page 145j
THE READ HOUSE
THE BRIGHT SCHOOL
Com olimenls of
THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.
"We Cover Ihe EarIh"
GORDON GAMBILL INSURANCE
F' ,M ...
out POUND HLLOPMANI
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VACUUM CUP BRAND
I-Lb. Packages Less Expensive Than Cans
Challanooga -lerrilory Gels Our Payroll
and Should Buy Our Proclucl'
STOVALL HARDWARE CO.
7II Cherry Slreef Chaffano
G. P. S.
SOUTHERN FERRO ALLOYS
Qullillers for Boys .am
THE BOYS' SHOP
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OUR BEST WISHES TO HAVERTY
MCCALLIE BOYS FURNITURE COMPANY
6l9 Marlcel Slreel
When you leave McCallie 'ralce away wifh you lhe
besl lhing you have found al McCallie School- Headquarfers in C'ha.H-anooga for 5 Com-
THE MCCALLIEMSZliglgctllfsfzlllmrlglfe youla beller' plele line ol: Meadows Washers ancl lroners
Phone 6-SI96 for a demonsfrafion
JAMES SUPPLY CO. HWS Easy +0 Pay we Haverfy Way..
SIS E. llfh S+. Challanooga, Tenn.
Courfesy of Oomplimenfs of
ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION THE BRASER COMPANY
Compliment of Complimenfs of
INTERSTATE LIFE 8: ACCIDENT CO
JOSEPH W. JOHNSON, Presidenf
STANDARD COOSA THATCHER CO.
scorr N. BROWN, '26 A FRIEND
M. F. HICKS TYPEWRITER Complimemts
7I7 Walnut Street OF
' "Wonderful Dynamo ot Dixie"
DR. O. T. BUFFALOW
Osteo pathic Physicia n
MILLS LUPTON SUPPLY
"38." All first period French students
will understand this.
King should have been rated the best-
drilled commissioned ofhcer.
We have no school today.
Mar. 1-The play-need we say more?
Mar. 4-Goree gets a sponsor-and how!
-Flowers loses thirteen pounds playing
the gambling devices at the Grill.
-Lumsden decides to tote "Scatter-good"
on the field. McKinney said he was
going to buy diapers for his sponsor.
Mar. 13-We are trying to find one boy who
hasn't been pushed around by Temple.
-Cap. says no promotions for dating
Ducky . . , Ducky stays home for
-Coach Howard states that his room is
not "the Blue Room," Cooper says his
room is not "the Chicken Coop."
fffontinued on page 1492
CHATTANOOC-BA BUTTON AND
IO9 East Seventh Street
MCKESSON-DUFF DRUG CO.
II32 Market Street PIWOV19 7-2I2I
MR. AND MRS. C. L. BUCHANAN
Complimenfs of E
SCHOOL 0 BUSWESS
C. W. EDMONDSON, Presidenf
I Complimenfs of
0 BROWNING 81 HAMILTON
IOOO Markef S'rree'r
WILLIAMS 8: VORIS LUMBER COMPANY
OOMPUMENTS OF DR' W- H' EMIS
MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY IO94 McCallie Ave.
C Vm mL f Complimenfs Of
'amp' e S O VALLEY MOTORS, INC.
A Sales Enliilcservice
I225 Broad S+ree+ Phone 7-333I
HUBBUCH GLASS COMPANY
Manufadurers of Mirrors-Jobbers of Glass
I855 Cen+ral Ave. Cnafhanooga, Tenn.
Comphmenfs of Compliment OI
LANSFORD PIANO COMPANY ROTHBERGER DIRECTORY OO.
Cherry S+ree+ CHATTANOOGA xNOxv:LLe
CO. Complimenfs OI
3I7 Brainerd Road
"We Clean Everyfhing-Dye for You" THOMAS' FOLTS A BROWN
ll-in- , v
WANN-CHAPMAN FUNERAL HOME
I ComplimenT T 53 p
Im s o 3 If
, MUTUAL DRUG CQMPANY I1 , , I,
Incorporafed rm F
X IATQRLQ2 7,1HAlM1lY
1 ComplimenTs of
W 5 GENERAL APPLIANCE CCRPCRATICN
Q "The General Elec+ric S+ore"
3 635 Broad STreeT Telephone 6-474I
B ComplimenTs of
Arrow Transfer and Sforage Co. ARCHER PAPER COMPANY
PAUL S. STEWARD, '17 Paper Produc+s
H THEO. F. KING, 'I6
TrUsT Your Car To The Oil of Charader Compliment' OI
uc QUAKER STATE MOTOR OIL L-UY R"'Q2fB'Ni- QQENCY
. . I1 el'WI'II'efS 0 l'anC es O nSUI'anCe
Soufhern Oil Service D1s'l'r1bu'lors 'ZZ' Vol Bldg.
I ComplimenTs of
'Z SEWANEE COAL a SUPPLY co. COmp"men"S of
'Coal-Building Supplies-Sfokers R' K' SCHQLZE GROCERY
fcg, ,038 E. Main S+. Chamberlain and Dodds
Z' For Qualify Alwayg Regardless of Price NATIONAL SHIRT SHOPS
NEWTON CTHEVROLET "CPP-S+ +P COM+"
W 329 Markef Shea 735 Marlcef Sfreef
KIMBALL HOME OF FLOWERS
ChaHanooga's lvlosl Beaulilul
2409 McCallie Ave. PHONE 2-477l
DR. STEWART LAWWILL
JOHN E. LOVELL
E. l'l. LAWMAN
Compllmenfs OT cn-lATTANooeA, TENNESSEE
"Do you wani' +o know whe'rher you will be a success?
If so, The lesl is simple. Can you save money? If you cannot you may as well
drop oul, for The seed ol success is nol in you."
JAMES J, l-llLL-The Grea+ Railroad Bulder.
Life lnsurance Today slands as The one Thrill plan for saving ol money lhal has slooo
The severesl lesls of The lasl IOO years. Plan your Tulure now Through a Volume
policy for The sooner you plan your Tulure, The beller your Tulure will be.
THE VOLUNTEER STATE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
"A Soufhern Company of Chowder"
Cecil Woods, Presidenl' Ql,M,l,,,,x,qx, 1l,.,.,l
EAST LAKE CCAL CO.
AND MANUFACTURING B
esl' Grades of Coal and
Manufacturers Agent for
Oil COUNTY Boilers' Smoke Stacks Winkler Automatic Coal Stokers
lnsulalecl Boiler Covers EAST LAKE YARD ROSSVILLE YARD
oHATTANooeA, TENNESSEE JAMES P' ROBERTS JCQ-LQjfffAF"PjQL'QE
2-Mr. Watson has turned into a fire-
bugg at least things in typing class
seem pretty well "burned up."
5-Mr. Kipp, our stellar swimming
coach, falls in the lake and it takes
six boys to save him.
-Our PENNANT selection . . , Brock,
'tThe biggest Garrett in school."
1-There is no collection taken up in
chapel today. McKinney uses his own
car. Professor doesn't want to 'tadd
just one word" in chapel. "Hook"
says "No, sir." . . . Please note the
3-Mr. Spence is still trying hard,
6-Moore turns in his mid-term English
9-McAmis and Clary spend an evening
at "The Barn"g Hester thinks he was
fContinued on page 152j
MEADOW BROOK FARMS, INC.
GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK
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38 I4 Brainerd Road
uaIiIy Firsf-Service AIways"
TUNNEI. DRUG STORE
RAY WOMAC. Prop. 3IO Brainerd R d
3744 Brainerd Road. 914
Phone CI-IAITANOOGA BANK BUILDING
CRISMAN HARDWARE CO
509-I3 Mmkvt 51:1-M 505 If I:.,.,,,4 Q
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THE PURELY , VEGETABLE
Oil Trea+ecI Sioker Coal I Our SpeciaI'ry 'E'
Qualny euarmeed Ph. 6-1 134, 6-1 135 I-AXATIVE
Complimenis of .
Since ' 54. 1887
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LAWRENCE BROS. MOTOR 'yjidigawqjbf
Mercury and Lincoln Dealers
Com plimenls of
RICE BROS. AUTO CO., INC.
Sales and Service
I60O Rossville Ave, Phone 6-5I88
J. ERNESPI DARR
Wholesale Fruifs and Vegefables
Farmers Marlcei, E Iifh SI.
Phones 6-2I28, 7-3359 Chailanooga, Tenn.
A CI-IATTANOOOA INSTITUTION
SERVING TI-IE NATION
OVER 500,000 PERSONS NOW
LIFE AND ACCIDENT
ROBERT J. MACLELLAN, Presidenf
fs 33 E
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Campbell Roofing 81 Insulafing Co.
NORTON R. CAMPBELL, owner
1307 McCallie Ave. Phone 2-3l36
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE
PAUL SHEPHERD REALTY COMPANY
II33 Volunleer Bldg.
"The Appliance of -Ioclay za 6
for Years Io Come." o emi,
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OUINN DRUG coMPANY
I4OO Dobbs Ave.
FAST DELIVERY Phone 2-3I68
"The Thrill' Siore of'rI'1e Na+ion"
CROSS COUNTRY OIL
CROSS COUNTRY BATTERIES
SIXIIT af Marlsel and Broad Phone 6-7344
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THE McCALLIE SCHOOL
On Battlefield of Missionary Ridge
CHATTANOOGA TEN N ESSEE
REV. T. H McCALLIE D D
We believe in our students. They are the best advertisement that
McCallie has. Thai' is why we advertise In their annual
For AH'rac+ively Illustrated Catalog Apply to
S. J. McCALLIE, SR BA M A Ped D LiH D
J. P. McCALLIE BA MA Ph D LLD
7-The boys are just recovering from
Dunlap's Roman holiday . . . a six-
9tMf. Purdy thinks Pensacola is the
finest metropolis of twenty-six people
in the world. If you don't believe it,
just ask him.
-Our "last lapn pep talks start.
-Mr. Spence gives up hope.
-Cobb fails second six-weeks exams.
-Finals, and we don't mean dances.
-Parents' day. Each company is
equipped with four stretchers.
I-Th3tlS all there is, there isn't any
more. Some of us thought we liked itg
some thought we didn't like itg others
knew that they didn't, but we are all
glad we are out.
5-Pitts is trying to swap next year's foot-
ball playing for a this year's diploma.
CENTRAL FRANKLIN PROCESSING
PACKAGE YARN DYERS
TRUNDLE PRESTIGE ENGRAVING
Presfige Engraving Greafly Enhances 'Ihe Appear-
ance of Your Business Lefierheads. Enveiopes,
Cards. Trade-Marks. Social Sfafionery, Wedding
and Visifing Cards.
TRUNDLE BROS. ENGRAVING CO.
833 Cherry SI.
MERCER PIE COMPANY
Mercer's Delicious Pies
7IO O'NeaI SI. Chaffanooga, Tenn.
KELLY MEAT MARKET
FRESH MEAT AND
WesI'ern and Tennessee Meafs
Phones 6-52l8, 7-2761 3I3 Ninih Sireelr
AVONDALE STONE COMPANY
Hun will ming bringing
38511 lrainrrh Hush
ll. 113. Illirharhb lrthra
l0umrr anh QBIIHQIH'
PERFECT SERVICE STATION
Woco-Pe p-Tiolene Oli
2400 McCaIIio Avonuo I'lmnu 7 29Ib
THE WEST CONSTRUCTION
MODERN WAY LAUNDRY
SPEARS 8: LATIMORE
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WILLIAM D. SPEARS
FULMER. REEVES 8: WARE
CLOSE FURNITURE COMPANY
436 Marker S+ree+
We I-Iave Everyrhing for The I-Iome
TERRELL ELECTRIC COMPANY
AMONG A COMPLETE MENU
The Fines? Seafoods Soufh of The Norfh Pole
422-428 McCallie Ave.
POPULAR PRICES PARTIES
J. AVERY BRYAN CO., Inc.
Lowesr Prices Finesr QuaIi+y Besr Service
BROAD STREET GARAGE
627 Broad Sfreelr Phone 7-ZI79
I Complimenfs of
FENN-HAYS TIRE CO.
Dependable for 46 Years
III9 For'I' Sfreef
Considers McCaIIie ScI1ooI's use of Hs
producI's as an endorsemenf of fheir qualify.
.Ii , WE
VisiI Our Newly Equipped Siuolio
Compleie Line of
CAMERAS, FILMS, SUPPLIES
Eine-G rain Developing-Velox Paper
Special Laboralory for Finishing Minialure Films
Only IOc for Developing
C.onIacI Prinis 3c Each, 4x6 Enlargemenls of These bc Each
II5 EAST EIGHTH STREET
CLINE PHCTO SERVICE
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