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m : : - M lilHgon College, Tennessee? Milligan College Library LD331 1.A47M5627 1938 C.2 MA Milligan College Buffalo. 3 1881 0001 1703 2 MiHigcrn Gollege Library Milligan College, Tennessee igan College Library Milligan College, Tennessee ?S) MUfigcfn College, Tenness PRESENTING THE STUDENT PUBLICATION OF MILLIGAN BILL DAVIS Editor CECIL LOWE Business Manager I 93 8 BUFFALO COLLEGE, MILLIGAN, TENNESSEE Milligan College Library Milligan College, Tennessee THEME THE staff of the 1938 Buffalo ex- tends its gratitude to the student body and faculty for their invaluable and willing cooperation that has made the Buffalo possible. We hope that our ar- rangement of the material meets with your approval and that now and in years to come you will look at this, your Buffalo, with pride and pleasure. DEDICATION As a small to en of our esteem and appreciation we, the Class of " 38 affectionately dedicate this volume of the BUFFALO to MRS. A. F. COCHRANE —who, through many years of devotion and service to Milligan College, has endeared herself to the hearts of all; who in her capacity as housemother of the Boys ' Dormitory has, through her stern discipline and dilligent attention, spared no efforts in helping to make and keep Pardee Hall a clean and pleasant home; who with patient and tender nursing has seen many of us through pain and sickness; who by her love and loyalty to Milligan ideals has been a constant source of inspiration to students and faculty alike. " An ever present help in time of need. " j iiS eJ i_!-i v - - W:t Jfe The Wfltcr flH Lower Campus Administration Building Facing East The Hopwood Tree Triangle Hardin Hall Center Campus ' ;.,: i . ' JM i $ -js J Hfc -dS 1 „ . 1 : ' :.BrL II III m i •V f " VSifr- i : Administration Building Looking West Pardee Hall East Campus Athletic Field West Campus , ' W ; t ♦•,.. • v : $ CECIL LOWE Business Manager BILL DAVIS Editor THE 1938 BUFFALO STAFF HARRY EASTERLY Assistant Business Manager MARY HELEN BANNER Assistant Editor LANORA GEISSLER Typist CORLISS WOOLDRIDGE Sports Writer » 10 « President H. J. Derthick A true gentleman with a high standard of Christian morals who holds close to his heart the interests of his God and his school. Mrs. H. J. Derthick Dean of Women Dr. C. M. Eyler Dean of Men Professor of English 11 « FACULTY Mrs. W. E. Hyder A. B. Sec. to President Stephen Lacey A. B. Coach E. Payson Willard A. B., A. M., Ph. D. Latin, German, English Oakie Angle B. S., A. M. Education, Art J. Goff Long A. B., A. M. English Frances Yearly B. M., M. M. Music Nancy Cantrell A. B. College Representative Edward G. Lodter A. B., A. M. French Kathleen Adams Bowman A. B., A. M. Registrar Charles E. Burns A. B., A. M. Social Science Mary C. Eyler B. S. Physical Education » 12 « FACULTY Mrs. A. F. Cochrane Matron Boys Dormitory A. F. Cochrane B. S. Biology Kathleen Brown B. S., A. M. Home Economics Sam J. Hyder B. S., A. M. Mathematics J.Walter Hugh M. Thompson H.H.Todd Elizabeth England Carpenter A. B., M. S., Ph. D. A. B., A. M., Ph. D. A. B., A. B. in L. S. A. B., A. M., B. D. Physics, Chemistry History Librarian Dean of Bible Dept. Charles H. R. J. Bennett Dorothy Kester Crudden A. B., A. M., Ph. D. A. M. A. B., A. M., Ph. D. Education, Philosophy Speech, Dramatics Psychology 13 « Some Fun, Huh? » 14 « CLASS OFFICERS Jack Willis President Burl Poe Vice-President Grace Carroll Secretary Marvin Gilliam Treasurer SENIOR CLASS THE 1938 ROBERT BLEVINS, A. B. Bakersville, North Carolina JESSE PAYTON BOATMAN, B. S. Algood, Tennessee GERALDINE BRYANT, A. B. Hixon, Tennessee R. J. ALLEN, B. S. Elizabethton, Tennessee RAYMOND EDWARD ANDERSON, B. S. Lando, South Carolina MARY HELEN BANNER, A. B. Jonesville, Virginia 16 « BUFFALO JUNE MARTIN COX, A. B. Dryden, Virginia VELDA DELOISE COX, B. S. Johnson City, Tennessee MARY KATHERINE CRITTENDON, A. B. Johnson City, Tennessee FRANCES ELIZABETH BURKE Memphis, Tennessee LILLIE GRACE CARROLL, A. B. Etowah, Tennessee RUBY CLARK, B. S. Faix, Tennessee 17 « THE 1938 DOROTHY CROSS, B. S. Piney Flats, Tennessee WILLIAM SAMUEL DAVIS, B. S. Norton, Virginia NORMA (WALLACE) DERTHICK, A. B. Milligan College, Tennessee HARRY WILSON EASTERLY, A. B. Lebanon, Virginia JAMES EDWIN EDENS, A. B. Elizabethton, Tennessee NANCY HALLUMS FRANKLIN, A. B. Elizabethton, Tennessee » 18 « BUFFALO MARION POTTER HENNESSEE, B. S. Concord, Tennessee DANA HASKELL HOWARD, A. B. Elizabethton, Tennessee JAMES CECIL LOWE, B. S. Soddy, Tennessee MARVIN WILLIAM GILLIAM, A. B. Wise, Virginia ROSA EVELYN GRAY, A. B. St. Paul, Virginia JAMES OSCAR HALE, B. S. Erwin, Tennessee 19 THE 1938 JAMES EARL McENTYRE, B. S. Whitwell, Tennessee IRA McKEM MORLEY, A. B. Erwin, Tennessee JAMES KENNETH MUSICK, B. S. Cleveland, Virginia PAULINE ORR, B. S. Dryden, Virginia W. W. PEERY, B. S. Walland, Tennessee m- BURL FRANKLIN POE, A. B TuLLAHOMA, TENNESSEE » 20 BUFFALO JOHN ALVIN WILLIS, A. B. Morristown, Tennessee JOHN ROBERT WOODS, B. S. Alamo, Tennessee NEWLAND WILDES, B. S. Del Rio, Tennessee SHELBY BLAINE STURGILL, B. S. Flat Gap, Virginia JOHN PAUL YORK, A. B. Elizabethton, Tennessee FRANK ANDREW TAYLOR, A. B. Elizabethton, Tennessee EDWARD MALLORY VOGEL, A. B. Erwin, Tennessee z ' wf) » 21 « Arent They Cute! » 22 CLASS OFFICERS Raymond Perkins President Lee Varnell Vice-President Eleanor Vogel Secretary-Treas. SSM Jit JUNIOR CLASS Reading from Left to Right: Jack Alderson Norton, Va. Blanche Crawford . . . Greeneville, Tenn. Martha Sue Crittendon Johnson City, Tenn. Robert Culvahouse Euchee, Tenn. Frederick Davison Erwin, Tenn. Rudolph Dralle Maurer, N. J. Estelle Elliott Dungannon, Va. Clarence Fair Elizabethton, Tenn. John Fugate Tazewell, Tenn. Lanora Geissler Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Olive Hinderer Johnson City, Tenn. Frances Nelle Hendrix . Martinsville, Va. . Howard Johnson Corinth, Miss. Virginia Maugans. . . Elizabethton, Tenn. Trevor McLean Alamo, Tenn. Kenneth Noel Greeneville, Tenn. Ralph O ' Dell St. Paul, Va. » 24« Reading from Left to Right: Myra Lee Oliver Piney Flats, Tenn. Edward Agee Owens Dunbar, Va. Raymond Perkins Rockhold, Ky. Florence Hood Potter . New Albany, Miss. Jacob Carmack Range Johnson City, Tenn. Earl Ritchie Elizabethton, Tenn. Vera Velma Smith . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. Marguerite Steele Richlands, Va. Joseph Swanay Elizabethton, Tenn. George Swanay Elizabethton, Tenn. Lee Varnell Adamsville, Tenn. Eleanor Vogel Erwin, Tenn. Ben Whinrey Fall Branch, Tenn. W. A. White, Jr.. . Milligan College, Tenn. James Whitney Johnson City, Tenn. Walter Whitt Appalachia, Va. Corliss Wooldridge Salem, Va. » 25 « SOPHOMORE CLASS Reading from Left to Right: Jane Akers Erwin. Tenn. Virginia Anderson South Pittsburg, Tenn. Travis Ashwell Huddleston, Va. Marie Bible Mosheim, Tenn. Dorothy Bowers Fort Lauderdale, Fla. John B. Bradley Fall Branch, Tenn. Harold Bu rleson Johnson City, Tenn. Minnie Burns Milhgan College, Tenn. Lillard Clayton Cleveland, Tenn. Clyde Cooper Johnson City, Tenn. Ruth Crabtree Livingston, Tenn. Mildred DeWald Piney Flats, Tenn. Lyle DeWitt Greeneville, Tenn. Helen Frazier Blountville, Tenn. Sybil Theresa Frye Tullahoma, Tenn. Abraham Gabriele Norton, Va. Gertrude Garrison Shell Creek, Tenn. John Chadwick Gillen water Norton, Va. Maralee Hartsell Telford, Tenn. Mary Katherine Hawkins Limestone, Tenn. Rosalba Hawkins Baileyton, Tenn. Milburn Heaton Roan Mountain, Tenn. Catherine Hoppers Decatur, Ala. Jhonce Howington Jenkins, Ky. Estel Hurley . Mohawk Tenn. Carsie Hyder Milligan College, Tenn. Mary Louisa Johnston Winter Park, Fla. Juanita Jones Piney Flats, Tenn. Bill Kennedy Knoxville, Tenn. Marlyn King Afton, Tenn. Virginia Kiser Castlewood, Va. Dorys Lambert Dyersburg Tenn. Eleanor Long Etowah, Tenn. 26 SOPHOMORE CLASS Reading from Left to Right: Gwendolyn Mathes Greeneville, Tenn. Mary Jane McDermott Cleveland, Ohio Mary Elizabeth McMillin Livingston, Tenn. Simon Meade Pound, Va. Blanche Millsaps Daisy, Tenn. Virginia Anne Musick Cleveland, Va. Pauline New Asheville, N. C. James Peace Etowah, Tenn. Alma Pettit Hurley, Va. Louise Pittman Mobile, Ala. Ruth Presnell Tazewell, Tenn. Elbert Ritchie Elizabethton, Tenn. Lloyd George Roberts Soddy, Tenn. Margaret Roberts Knoxville, Tenn. {Catherine Rose Knoxville, Tenn. Russell Ross Pebworth, Ky. Ammon Sears Salem, Va. Martha Shull Elizabethton, Tenn. Julia Slemp Dryden, Va. Laura Mary Smith Burkesville, Ky. Margaret Smith Livingston, Tenn. Virginia Smith Jasper, Tenn. Edna Sutphin Unicoi, Tenn. Elizabeth Thomas Shell Creek, Tenn. Rose Tilford Dyersburg, Tenn. Bernice Webb Piney Flats, Tenn. Glen Williams Jonesville, Va. Maxie Williams Jonesville, Va. Myrtle Willis Clearbranch, Tenn. Martha Witcher Erwin, Tenn. Anne Witt Big Stone Gap, Va. Mary Wood Elizabethton, Tenn. Claudell Yates Atlanta, Ga. a p jP fllfjflw HI miml » 27 « r kifofc FRESHMAN CLASS Reading from Left to Right: Lenore Anderson Johnson City, Tenn. Henry Arnett Elizabethton, Tenn. Johnnye Marie Averiette Livingston, Tenn. Everett Baker Norton Va. Robert Banks Elizabethton, Tenn. Nell Banks Elizabethton, Tenn. Wyndolyn Barker Jasper, Tenn. Margaret Barlowe Johnson City, Tenn. Lucile Berry Rogersville, Tenn. William Black well Tryon, N. C. George Blevins Bakersville, N. C. Ellis Bolling Pound, Va Charles Bolton Johnson City, Tenn. Janette Breeding Artrip, Va. Hope Burton Johnson City, Tenn. Dorothy Caldwell Mt. Sterling, N. C Nola Campbell Dyersburg, Tenn Frieda Cecil Oneida, Tenn Katheryn Chambers Elizabethton, Tenn Floyd Childers Jenkins, Ky Gaines Clark Lebanon, Va. Margaret Conner Chattanooga, Tenn. Wayne Cundiff Johnson City, Tenn. Fred Dillinger Johnson City, Tenn. Reba Gail Durrett Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Kathleen Edens Elizabethton, Tenn. Eileen Ellis Elizabethton, Tenn. Dorothy Fox Seymour, Ind. Edwin Fox Seymour, Ind. Rhea Francisco Hellier, Ky. Virginia Lee Fritts Monterey, Tenn. Robert Givens. .-. Johnson City, Tenn. Reable Griffeth Jenkins, Ky. Corda Marie Heaton Roan Mountain, Tenn. Edna Earle Heaton Heaton, N. C. James Heaton Roan Mountain, Tenn. Robert Virgil Hope Washington, N. C. Ralph Hubbard Pound, Va. Burman Hurt Nathons Creek, N. C. Oris Hyder Milligan College, Tenn. Thomas Jamison Elizabethton, Tenn. Marie Jenkins Embreeville, Tenn. James Jessee Lebanon, Va. Harley Johnson Erwin, Tenn. Myrian Johnston Oberlin, Ohio Margaret Jones East Stone Gap, Va. » 28 « FRESHMAN CLASS Reading from Left to Right: Jack Keeling Tullahoma, Tenn. Nera Kennedy Wise, Va. Tony Kirksey Cleveland, Va. Violet May Elizabethton, Tenn. Trent McNeely Tazewell, Tenn. William Meadows Gainesboro, Tenn. Evelyn Miller Limestone, Tenn. Martha Milligan Trenton, Tenn. Robert Modern Watauga, Tenn. Charles Mullens Pound, Va. Tim O ' Neal Hartwell, Ga. Guy O ' Roark Mountain City, Tenn. Ruby Orr Pennington Gap, Va. William Owens Dante, Va. Burl Peery Walland, Tenn. Robert Peoples Johnson City, Tenn. Donald Qualls Livingston, Tenn. Georgia Quessenberry Norton, Va. Mary Reneau Newport, Tenn. Virginia Reneau Newport, Tenn. Robert Rice Erwin, Tenn. John Roberts Knoxville, Tenn. Aurine Rollins Hartford, Tenn. Buford Russell Cedar Bluff, Va. Russell Shubert Wartburg, Tenn. Grace Shepherd Milligan College, Tenn. Betty Anne Shomaker Hansonville, Va. Pauline Smith Rhea Springs, Tenn. Ruby Smith Elizabethton, Tenn. Will Cooper Smith Gainesboro, Tenn. Geneva Springer Vanleer, Tenn. Byron Stone Imboden, Va. Wright Swanay Elizabethton, Tenn. Vince Tate St. Paul, Va. James Taylor Johnson City, Tenn. Melba Taylor Johnson City, Tenn. Delaney Tillman Newburn, Tenn. Norman Torbitt Piney Flats, Tenn. Daisy Vaughan Watauga, Tenn. Bonnie VonCannon Butler, Tenn. Jack Weiler Johnson City, Tenn. Ferne Wheeler Erwin, Tenn. Mary Anne Wilkes Dyersburg, Tenn. Beatrice Williams Elizabethton, Tenn. Mable Wilson Mountain City, Tenn. Oscar Wilson Elizabethton, Tenn. • 4i±dAM ik 29 Frolic and Fun » 30 « ACTIVITIES V -w THE MASQUE AND Jack Willis : . . President June Cox : Vice-President Florence Potter Secretary Ira Morley Treasurer Miss Dorothy Kester Sponsor The Masque is a Senior dramatic organization whose officers are also the governing bcdy for The Dramatic Club, its Junior organization. A student may become a member of The Dramatic Clubby appearing in a tryout play; he may become a member of The Masque by playing a leading role or three minor roles in a major play, or by acting as the head of a technical department for one major play or as technical assistant for three major plays. Each candidate for membership must have made a definite contribution to dramatics on the Milligan College Campus. » 32 DRAMATIC CLUB During the year The Masque produces two major plays and numerous one-act plays, spon- sors the Fall and Spring Speech recitals, and provides entertainment for different clubs and organizations in the adjoining towns. All major plays are under the direction of Miss Dorothy Kester, instructor in Speech. For several years the Masque has exchanged plays with various colleges. The play the club used for the exchange this year was Moliere ' s " The Doctor In Spite Of Himself. " It had for its curtain raiser " A Dear Little Wife, " by Gerald Dunn. The Club is proud of the work that has been done by its members and it is extremely sorry to lose this year through graduation some of its most valued and capable members. 33 lilligan College Library Miliigan College, Tennessee GLEE CLUB Jack Willis President Grace Carroll Vice-President and Accompanist Carsie Hyder Secretary Howard Johnson Treasurer Miss Frances Yearly Director The Milligan College Glee Club has had a very successful year. Early in the fall the Club sang several numbers in chapel. The organization went to Johnson City on Sunday afternoon, December 12, and sang Dvorak ' s lovely " Hymn of Love " in the Community Classic which was held by the Optimist Club to provide an Empty Stocking Fund. The next Sunday evening, December 19, at the Christian Endeavor hour, the Glee Club presented a program of well-known Christmas songs. The following evening the group partici- pated in the Christmas Concert. The Glee Club participated in the All-College program in the Annual Music Festival at East Tennessee State Teachers College. The Club also helped the other organizations of the school in the May Festival. The crowning event of the year was the operetta, " Who Discovered America? " . This was given late in the spring. Besides the work, there have been several socials that each member of the Club enjoyed verv much. » 34 « HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Frances Hendrix President Minnie Burns Vice-President Ruth Pressnell Secretary Carsie Hyder Treasurer Potter Hennessee Reporter Any girl enrolled in the home economics classes of Milligan College is eligible for active membership in the Home Economics Club. The Club has as its objectives to develop a pro ' fessional spirit and co-operation among its members; to bring the students into closer contact with the greater home economics organizations and activities in the state and nation; and to keep in touch with the current topics in the home economics world and its general scientific trend. Its desire is to establish a closer relationship between the home economics department and the other departments of the college. » 35 CAMERA CLUB First Semester Second Semester Dr. C. H. Crudden Webb Dishman . . . Rosalba Hawkins Raymond Perkins. Gwendolyn Mathes Lanora Geissler . . Raymond Perkins Oris Hyder Presideni . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Under the sponsorship of Dr. C. H. Crudden, The Camera Club is one of the most interesting and progressive innovations of Milligan College. During its weekly meetings, talks, demonstrations, experiments, and moving pictures are sources of interest to the members. At some of the meetings, developing, printing and en- larging are actually carried out. Well planned excursions furnish opportunity for organized group application of what has been learned about taking snapshots. Through efforts of the Camera Club, students learn the correct photographic techniques not only of successfully taking day and night pictures with various types of equipment and under various conditions of background and lighting, but also of developing and printing their own pictures. The desire of the Club is to learn to make better pictures that will bring forth more vivid memories in the future. 36 THE VOLUNTEER BAND Olive Hinderer President Estelle Elliott Vice-President V. Velma Smith Secretary Rosa Gray Artist Secretary Dorothy Fox Song Leader Laura Mary Smith Pianist The Volunteer Band is a permanent organization of students who gather together in weekly meetings for the purpose of enriching their spiritual lives. They give particular attention to the study of the means of improving themselves for greater Christian service in general and Church leadership in particular. The activities that have received the most emphasis this year have been daily devotions and saving and organization of material for religious programs. The meetings are held every Monday evening in the Prayer Room, a room on the third floor of the Administration Building that has been set apart and furnished for the purpose of pro- viding a simple homelike place for the students ' personal devotions and meditations and for group meetings. In addition to these regular meetings, vesper services for the entire student body and special programs for nearby churches are planned. 37 BOYS ' " M " CLUB Frank Taylor President Ray Anderson Vice-President Jesse Boatman Secretary-Treasurer Membership in the Boys ' " M " Club is extended to those young men of athletic ability who have worthily participated in at least one of the sports sponsored by Milligan College. These sports are football, basket-ball, baseball, track, and tennis. Through this club a voice is given to young men in athletics to express their interests, plans and thoughts as a unified group. The purpose and objective is to build a mutual feeling of co-operation with all organizations of the college; to further the true spirit and essence of sportsmanship in all athletics contests; to foster fellowship and close association among all students, both at home and with other colleges; to cherish and covet the " M " and to abide by and uphold the interests and aspirations of the institution which the letter symbolises. » 38 « GIRLS ' " M " CLUB Since its organization in 1927, the Girls ' " M " Club has become one of the strongest advo- cates of Milligan principles and ideals. The members of this club are girls who have excelled in athletic contests or have accumulated the required number of points necessary to become a member. Year by year this club has grown and is now ranked on the same level with any organization on the campus. With the promotion of friendly feeling and good fellowship as its aim, the Girls ' " M " Club is recognized as the best example of Milligan womanhood. 39 THE STAMPEDE Sponsored by The Senior Class ■ ■■■-. wr a £ Wr ■■■■ ' ' ■ : ' was prestrttStQJ staff. vi - ' ' ' ' " ■ to a large group of Christian j before the close of the term last Florence Potter for her wise sel- j, BlU Davis ; a senior, acted as PAPER STAFF Left to Right James Hale Business Manager Jimmie Edens Circulation Manager Marvin Gilliam Editor Carsie Hyder Alumni Corliss Wooldridge Sports Editor Nera Kennedy Rett ' s Martha Shull Advertising Lillard Clayton Typist Ruth Presnell Typist Lanora Geissler Typist Manager Reable Griffith Feature Jack Willis News J. R. Woods Reporter Estelle Elliott Associate Editor Nancy Franklin Reporter Florence Potter Reporter Glen Williams Assistant Business Manager Gertrude Garrison Typist Tim O ' Neal Reporter Rose Tilford Associate Editor Burman Hurt Circulation Assistant » 40 THE MILLIGAN PRE-MED CLUB First Semester Second Semester James Hale Bill Davis President Cecil Lowe Blaine Sturgill Vice-President Trevor McLean J. R. Woods Secretary-Treasurer Being an organization whose work is of a technical nature, the membership of the Pre-Med Club is of necessity limited. On the other hand, the medical profession demands quality and for this reason, scholarship is one of the prerequisites for membership in the club. In the weekly meetings of the club, each member gets the opportunity of leading a discussion on some problem in medicine and also of hearing various members of the medical profession. Much practical experience is gained through occasional visits to nearby hospitals and operating rooms. The Annual Banquet of the Club is one of the great social events of the year. MEMBERS From Left to Right Ruby Clark D. A. Mullins Bill Davis Virginia Anderson Howard Johnson Trevor McLean Cecil Lowe J. R. Woods James Hale Blaine Sturgill Lloyd George Roberts Rudolph Dralle Velda Cox » 41 « FORENSIC COUNCIL Inspired by a trip to the Grand Eastern Forensic Tournament at Winthrop College, Rock Hill, South Carolina, in April, 1937, the Forensic Council entered the 1937 ' 38 debate season with enthusiasm. To the six veterans from last year ' s teams were added several Freshmen debaters who showed excellent spirit and much promise for the future. Following an innovation of last year, several non ' decision debates were held. In addition, the girls attended the Women ' s Smoky Mountain Forensic Tournament at Bristol, Tennessee, and the boys, the Men ' s Tournament at Johnson City. Contrary to former practice, there was only one coach, Professor J. Goff Long, for both boys and girls who rendered great service by sound advice and enthusiastic support. MEMBERS J. Goff Long, Coach From Left to Right Chad Gillenwater Mary Louisa Johnson Rose Tilford Bill Owens Georgie Quesenberry Martha Shull Jack Willis Glen Williams Abe Gabriel Mary Helen Banner Gertrude Garrison Harley Johnson Margarets Steele Lillard Clayton Carsie Hyder » 42 « ATHLETICS Actions Ta en at Teachers ' Game Head Coach Lacey Assistant Coach Woods Assistant Coach Anderson » 44 Capt. Taylor Quarterback Boatman Guard Poe Tackle O ' DONNELL Center HOWINGTON Fullback. Whinrey Davison Managers RECORD Date M. C Op. Sept. 17. Mars Hill 20. Sept. 25. . . Bluefield 14. Oct. 2 King College . Oct. 15. . . .Maryville 7- Oct. 23 ... . Carson- Newman . Oct. 29 ... . Lewisburg 64 Nov. 5 . . . . Wesleyan 20 . Nov. 11... Tusculum 7 ■ Nov. 25 . . . Teachers 18 . 12 20 20 7 20 6 6 Totals 150... .91 SQUAD » 45 « KlRKSEY Fullback. Mason Guard Noel Tac le RlGGS Tackle Burton Halfbac Whitt End FOOTBALL, 1937 When the curtain fell on the 1937 edition of Milligan ' s gridiron machine, statistics showed not the best record in the history of the school but rather a season unparalleled in momentous thrills and upsets. From the opening whistle in the initial game with Mars Hill to the closing gun in the Thanks- giving Day Classic with the State Teachers College, the Buffs showed their usual fight and sportsmanship. After winning their opening experimental contest with Mars Hill College the Laceymen found the opposition in the next few games strong and the touchdowns for them very scarce. But the Buffs soon woke up to their possi- bilities and finished the season by attaining a victory of 18-6 over their bitterest rival, Teachers College. Laws Center DUGGINS Guard Range Guard ITCHtE Archer Dellinger Pike FUGATE McClellan End End Guard Halfbac Tackle End FOOTBALL, 1937 To give glory and praise to any outstanding stars for the season would be unjust because of the excellent teamwork and cooperative spirit shown by substitutes and regulars alike. But the mention of a few men who might be classed as outstanding would include the consistency, brilliant generalship and all-around ability of Captain Frank Taylor; the ability of " Dud " Roberts to thrill the fans with his wild exploits; the outstanding line work of Poe, Boatman, McClellan and O ' Donnell. Certainly the line plunging and ability of Peace to rise to the occasion in the Teachers College game must be mentioned. Time will only tell how Coach Lacey ' s cohorts will shape up for the 1938 season. Absence of Burl Poe, hefty tackle; Jesse Boatman, scrappy guard; and Captain Taylor, backfield ace, will be keenly felt. These boys have fought a good fight and given their all, but students will look forward with a great deal of anticipation to the team of next year. So . . . here ' s a toast to you gridiron warriors of ' 37 with hopes for a successful 1938 season. .ICE ackle Peace Halfback Blackwell Halfback GIRLS BASKET-BALL When the girls wound up their basket-ball season with a win over Boone, statistics showed a record that would be envied by any school. Although not swamping every opponent by overwhelming decisions, the girls displayed a brand of sportsmanship and fair play that is a credit to Milligan. Starting with a wealth of new material, the Buffalettes were pre-season favorites over all opposition, but due to inexperience and a lack of veteran material, the Lacy coached team dropped two close games to Hiwassee College and one to L. M. U. Prospects for the on-coming season are unpredictable. The loss of Misses Orr and Cox, by graduation, will be keenly felt but with the return of Millsaps, Fritts, Jones, Jenkins, and Smith, and the general improvement shown by all, the Buffalettes will again be the strong team it has been in the past. » 48 « RECORD Date M. C. Score Dec. 21 Knoxville Athletic House 27 Jan. 6 Virginia Inte rmont 47 Jan. 24 Appalachian 22 . . . . Feb. 4 Emory 6? Henry 40 Feb. 5 L. M. U 19. . . . Feb. 10 Tenn. Wesleyan 34 Feb. 11 Hiwassee 29 Feb. 15 Emory ii Henry 47 Feb. 19 L. M. U 38 Feb. 26 Hiwassee 37 Feb. 28 Appalachian 27 Op p. Score 23 13 21 14 20 25 46 12 33 39 24 Totals .367. .270 Virginia Lee Fritts Blanche Millsaps Pauline Smith June Cox SQUAD Marie Jenkins Gertrude Garrison Minnie Burns Mary E. McMillin Nera Kenedy Margaret Jones Johnnie Marie Averette Polly Orr (Captain) Cordie Marie Heaton Evelyn Miller » 49 « DR. C. M. EYLER Coach D. A. MULLINS ' BEETLE " WILLIAMS Managers SEASON ' S RECORD Milligan Opponent L. M. U 35 ' 42 Emory and Henry 45 29 L. M. U 33 35 Tusculum 41 39 King 45 33 Mary ville 45 44 Emory and Henry 27 44 R A A ft Milligan Opponent Tusculum 52 King 50 Carson-Newman 37 Mary ville 45 Teachers 53 Teachers 35 Carson-Newman 37 41 42 36 37 24 24 36 50 BOYS ' BASKET-BALL Conference Champs 193 8 PERKINS WEBB CAPTAIN - MCLEAN VARNELL After the smoke and fire had been cleared away and all was quiet on the basket-ball front, there emerged out of the din of battle a new title holder of the Smoky Mountain Conference throne, none other than Milligan College. Starting the season with startling wins over the Norton Kiwanians and Emory and Henry, the Buffaloes sounded their bid for conference honors. But just as unexpected and startling, came two severe setbacks. The L. M. U. Railsplitters made history by trouncing the Eylermen in two consecutive contests. » 51 « BOY ' S Conference 1 9 COOPER FA I R. HOWINGTON Both of these losses served as springboards to greater heights and on January 29, the Buffs started a Conference drive unparalleled in Milligan Athletic history. Using Tusculum as a starter, the new champions swept through all opposition, and on March the third, their position as the oustanding team in the circuit was undisputable. Perhaps the Eyler coached team of ' 37 and ' 38 will not be ranked with teams of yore in ability and records but certainly no team, past or present, has demonstrated such excellent teamwork and such confident coolness under pressure. Knowing that a single loss meant complete dissolu- tion of pre-season hopes and aspirations, Milligan displayed a brand of sportsmanship and per- severance that won for them the admiration of the fortunate who witnessed their performances. » 52 basket-ball Champions 3 8 J. SWAN AY G. SWAN AY KEELING Any predictions for the forthcoming season would not be in order but graduation losses being none and every man returning, the Buffs should give a good account of themselves on any occasion. So— Lift your steins and drink to team and coach who have fought a good fight and given their best and in this instance their best was good enough. 53 « CONFERENCE CHAMPS Spring Sports » 54 9 zl FEATURES MARY HELEN BANNER May Queen » 57 « JACK WILLIS May King BERNIE WEBB Most Athletic Boy BLANCH MILLSAPS Most Popular PAULINE ORR Most Athletic 58 JUNE COX Most Versatile TREVOR McLEAN Most Popular EDWARD VOGEL Most Versatile 59 « S ' ' rtS » 60 « PATRONIZE OUR 3 0111 O ADVERTISERS Milligan College H. J. DERTHICK, President MILLIGAN COLLEGE, TENN. Milligan College is an institution with a rich tradition; a unique history; ideal location; wholesome Christian atmosphere; standard courses in science, philosophy, education, relig- ion; courses in business, expression, music, home economics; adequate and efficient teach- ing staff; clean and vigorous athletics; inter- collegiate forensics. Opportunities for young ministers; aid for honor graduates of standard high schools; new buildings and equipment; delightful climate; select student body. Fall Semester Opens September 7, 1938 Write for Literature » 62 « If " And on the Athletic h. ' fmk Field Compliments of FREE SERVICE TIRE CO. Johnson City, Tennessee GOODYEAR TIRES STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Dan B. Wexler, President Joe B. Jared, Secj ' Treas. SbGkmz T GOOD FOR I IFF. 5 CENTRAL COAL COMPANY Phone 166 Johnson City, Tennessee " We Set the Standard for Service " " Compliments of DE LUXE CAB CO. Johnson City, Tennessee Compliments of DOSSER BROS. 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INCORPORATED " Headquarters for Sporting Goods " Phone 97 113 Market Street, East Johnson City, Tennessee Compliments of YELLOW CAB COMPANY Johnson City, Tennessee Phone 5252 " The Thinking Fellow Rides a Yellow " Compliments of MECCA CAFE Fountain Square " Dine at Low Cost " Johnson City, Tennessee BROOKEY, THE TAILOR FINE CUSTOM TAILORING LADIES ' AND GENTS ' ALTERATIONS 26 Years Experience East Arcade Johnson City, Tennessee 64 Compliments of AMERICAN BEMBERG CORPORATION AND NORTH AMERICAN RAYON CORPORATION KING ' S CONGRATULATIONS ! To You, Students of Where Milligan College Buffaloes . . . upon the completion of another successful school year. May each recurring year in your search find you rich in health and happiness. Who Really It is our hope that we may have had a part in making the idle moments of your school life more pleasant. Know Come for Their It is our wish that we may have afforded many happy hours with school pals, and are hopeful that, in the future we may continue to afford happiness, as well as to revive golden school memories! Smartest Our sincere well wishes go with you. Clothes MAJESTIC with the Johnson City, Tennessee Tennessee, Liberty and State Theatres 65 « SMYTHE ELECTRIC CO. Electric Wiring and Appliances Compliments of Everything Electric Repaired 238 East Main St. Phone 5198 EAST TENNESSEE AND WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY Johnson City, Tennessee and Compliments of ET PWNC MOTOR CASH AND HAUL TRANSPORTATION CO. WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. Johnson City, Tennessee Johnson City, Tennessee Compliments of THE ORANGE CRUSH BOTTLING CO. 112 Jobe St. Phone 43 Johnson City, Tennessee ' ' ' ' The True Fruit DrinlC Compliments of COOPER ' S SHOP Next to Majestic Theatre For Economy Use Electricity For Cooking Refrigeration Water Heating Compliments of TENNESSEE EASTERN ELECTRIC CO. JONES- VANCE DRUG STORE, Inc. Johnson City, Tennessee Johnson City, Tennessee » 66 « FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE VISIT THE The Roxy wishes to congratulate the Class of ' 2)8. We hope to see the future classes as we have seen you. SODA FOUNTAIN DELICIOUS SANDWICHES ROXY ' S OWN MAKE ICE CREAM, MADE FRESH DAILY » 67 « We wish to thank the teachers and students, and to express our appreciation to the parents Compliments of for the patronage given us. : We hope for the Seniors a most successful PARKS-BELK COMPANY future, and that we shall have the pleasure of meeting more students next year. THE DIXIE BARBECUE Johnson City, Tennessee Compliments of Compliments of JOHNSON CITY STEAM RED BAND COMPANY LAUNDRY INCORPORATED Johnson City, Tenn. MILLERS Phone 5188 RED BAND FLOUR HANNAH ' S " Kuppenheimer Good Clothes " Curlee Clothes Griffon Clothes Eat . . . 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Lumber and Building Material Mill Wor a Specialty Corner East Main and Division St. Johnson City, Tennessee Two Great Institutions Milligan College and SOUTHERN MAID ICE CREAM Johnson City, Tennessee Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of WOFFORD BROTHERS Johnson City, Tennessee " " Half Century of Insurance Service " Compliments of CHARLES STORES COMPANY " Johnson City ' s Friendly Store " 308-310 Main Street, East Johnson City, Tennessee Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of LANE ' S GROCERY » 69 ALL PHOTOGRAPHS In This Annual Were Made by THE CHARLEY CARGILLE STUDIO Johnson City Tennessee FRATERNITY, COLLEGE and CLASS JEWELRY COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS INVITATIONS, DIPLOMAS Jeweler to the Senior Class of Milligan College L. G. BALFOUR CO. Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers ATTLEBORO, MASS. THE STAFF of the " BUFFALO " in behalf of the Student Body, wishes to congratulate THE STAFF of the " STAMPEDE " on the fine work it has done in editing the paper this year. 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