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i r % i JAMES T. JOHNSON Editor CURTIS J. HOBSON Business Manager NORTH CAROLINA STATE COLLEGE RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA r , ' V : , WELL, here ' s your 1947 AGROMECK. We ' ve been working all year to publish an annual that we hoped you would like. Now our task is over. And don ' t let anybody tell you that we are not glad. Whatever our trials and troubles have been, we of the Editorial and Business Staffs have sincerely enjoyed our task; and if you like our efforts, we shall feel well rewarded. Mistakes are sure to occur in editing a book of this size; for these we ask your indulgence and your sympathy. If on the other hand you see things that you think are good, we ' ll take any praise you wish to hand out. So hurry and see the rest of the book. Here ' s hoping you think it ' s V I The College The Corps The Organizations The Athletics The Features :V 1 1 ' . r ! WE the members of the staff of the 1947 AGROMECK respectfully dedicate this, the forty-seventh annual volume to Dr. Lodwick Hartley, Prof. Robert H. Ruffner and Dr. Gary H. Bostian as an expression of our admiration for the work they have done toward building a greater North Caro- lina State College. Throughout their careers each has been a wise counselor, a true friend, and an inspiration to all. fJWfJf . ' , Wfff KO - Wfci.- .. It is hard to believe that they are no longer with us, these 255 State College men whom we call our war dead. Only yes- terday they were walking arm in arm with us on the campus, sitting next to us in our classes, drinking cokes with us at the " Mop-Up. " No, we do not see them any more, and we wonder. If they are dead, we know that they died to make possible the very life that we are now living. For this reason alone they must still be with us in spirit; and their memory must always be sacred. May every opening of this book serve to remind us of the great sacrifice that they have made and of our equally great responsibility to protect the fruits of this sacrifice. So we say, " Sleep quietly, our Buddies. May the Lord protect you and keep you. May the Lord cause His Countenance to shine upon you, and give you peace. " Alexander, J. W. Allen, S. F. Alley, S. V. Andrews, O. D. , Arnott, G. W. Auman, W. R. Ballentine, O. T. Banks, W. A. Barb, J. E. Bayne, C. R. Bell, F. B. Bendigo, E. J. Bennett, S. B. Betty, L. I., Jr. Bickerstaff, R. B. Blalock, F. W. Bland, J. Blevins, C. E. Blue,W. H. Bodwell, J. T. Boger, J. D. Bolton, J. B., Jr. Boney, L. W., Jr. Bordeaux, J. H., Jr. Bowen, W. C. Bowles, W. F. Bragaw, C. Brewer, J. E. Brown, C. D. Brown, W. A., Jr. Bunn, M. S. Burkett, T. E. Burnham, J. M., Ill Bynum, J. J. Cabe, H. W. Cartwright, L. W., Jr. Caudle, L. F. Chapman, R. C., Jr. Chapman, W. M. Clark, C. E. Clark, G. W. Clark, R. S. Clee, D. B. Clements, F. M., Jr. Cole, J. P., Jr. Conrad, C. G. Cooper, J. E. Cooper, J. L. Covington, C. D. Coward, E. G. Cox, D. F. Cox, R. T., Jr. Cozzens, W. I. Crawford, M. L. Croom, C. A. Davidson, M. E., Jr. Deakyne, C. O. Dixon, W. L., Jr. Dunnegan, C. R. Eakes, H. L. Edge, G. W. Edmonds, H. W. Edwards, R. L. Eller, W. R. Elliott, R. F. Elliott, T. B., Jr. Farrior, J. W. Fisher, I. M. Flowers, C. D. Ford, J. C., Ml Fore, J. D. Franklin, C. E. Frizzelle, J. B. Fuller, A. H., Jr. Fuller, M. L., Jr. Garlington, W. H., Jr. Garrabrandt, J. R. Gilbert, W. F. Gillette, D. W. Glasse, J. T. Graham, W. B. Grantham, J. E. Green, E. M., Jr. Green, W. T. Griffin, J. H. Hagerman, S. N. Hamilton, J. B., Jr. Hamilton, M. W. Hanff, I. H. Harper, D. B. Harris, A. E. Harris, W. S. Hatch R, Heath, H. G. Hege, E. L., Jr. Helsabeck, D. K. Henderson, D. B. Henning, R. T. Higgins, J. C. Hilker, E. F., Jr. Hill, M. H. Hinson, C. G. Hodges, N. O., Jr. Hodgin, W. H., Jr. Holding, L. F. Holloman, G. V. Honeyman, E. R., Jr. Hoole, G. Horton, O. M. Huff, W. B. Hummel, R. B. Idol, V. H., Jr. Ihrie, P., Jr. Ingle, W. W. Jackson, F. Z. James, C. L. James, M., Jr. James, T. G., Jr. Johnson, B. L. Johnson, E. R. Jones, J. H. Jones, J. R. Jones, M. deB. Jones, R. C. Jones, W. J. Jordan, F. D. Katz, M. B. Keen, E. Kimball, C. N., Jr. King, C. D. Kirby, S. J., Jr. Kleinkauff, W. A. Knott, L. H. Lambert, A. R. London, R. H. Lesley, C. M., Jr. Lawrence, L. M. Leagans, J. E. Leake,T. C., Ill Lebowitz, M. H. Lemmond, J. W. Lewis, M. G. Light, C. Lockhart, R. V., Jr. Lowder, J. P., Jr. Luerich, W. H. McCollum, P. W. McDaniel, C. M. McDonald, S. McLean, C. D. Matthews, J. M. Mauney, J. M. Mayo, R. E. Meadows, W., Jr. Meredith, E. P. Mewborne, L. J. Michael, R. L. Miller. J. A., Jr. Miller, J. H. Miller, N. B. Mitchell, D. M. Moore, R. L., Jr. Moorhead, W. M., Jr. Morgan, V. W. Mulford, S. H., Jr. MulhaU, J. H. Myers, J. L. Neelley, J. V. Newton, A. C. Noell, C. W., Jr. Norwood, E. W., Jr. O ' Brian, J. M. Obst, P. M. Odum, L. H. Ogburn, R. M., Jr. Osborne, S. W. Page, D. D. Parker, R. H., Jr. Peel, G. O., Jr. Perry, L. L. Perry, W. N., Jr. Philbrick, T. L. Poole, T. A. Porter, I. M., Jr. Powers, D. R. Preddy, W. R. Pritchard, T. B. Rand, W. E. Ransom, M. W., Ill Raper, D. G. Ray, V. G. Reams, G. E. Reece, ' J. R. Reid, J. D. Reid, R. W. Rembert, A. G. Riddick, W. W. Rogers, J. E. Rose, D. A. Rosenberg, J. Roth, J. Royall, D. C. Rux, L. J. Rymer, A. M. Sale, H. G. Sandlin, J. M. Sounders, C. W. Schneider, H. Scott, J. W., Jr. Seifert, A. Semanik, J. M., Jr. Shaw, J. C Sheldon, H. W. Shelley, R. W. Shinn, M. L. Shuping, V. Sibert, J. B. Simmons, J. D. Simmons, P. H. Simpson, S. S. Sloan, D. D. Sloop, A. M. Smith, E. T. Smith, F. L. Smith, J. R., Jr. Smoak, S. Spear, J. F., II Springer, H. L. Stallings, G. R. Stanton, P. M. Stein, C. Stoffregen, H. P., Jr. Suggs, J. R. Surratt, W. Q. Teague, H. W. Tolmie, J. A. Trevathan, W. L. Van Landingham, G. P. Varner, T. O. Venters T. R. Walton, C. P. Warren, J. O., Jr. Waters, W. S., Jr. Watson, O. F. Watts, J. W., Jr. Westbrook, O. A., Jr. Westbrook, R. H., Jr. Westbrook, W. B. Wetmore, J. B. White, J. C. White, R. L. Wiggin, N. K. Wiggs, J. H., Jr. Williams, D. E. Williams, L F. Wilson, G. W., Jr. Winchester, J. D. Wooden, W. W. Wooten, S. A. Workman, J. W. Wright, -R. H., Ill Yarbo rough, T. W. York, H. E. DR. FRANK PORTER GRAHAM M.A., LL.D., D.C.L., D.LITT. President of the Greater University COLONEL JOHN W. HARRELSON B.E., M.E. Dean of Administration Left to right: L. E. Cook, E. L. Clovd, Z. P. Metcalf, L. D. Baver, B. F. Brown, I. O. Schaub, Col. J. W. Harrelson, VV. L. Mayer, M. E. Campbell, L. L. Vaughn, J. H. Lampe, D. B. Anderson. Faculty Council NORTH CAROLINA STATE Hardly could the members of the State Legis- lature of 1888 have realized the importance of the bit of legislation they passed creating the North Carolina State College of Argjculture and Me- chanic Arts. Only the most forward-looking of those legislators could have visualized a school that would rise to importance among the educational institutions of North Carolina, founded as it was to teach the lowly arts and sciences of agriculture and mechanical skills. From its meager beginning with one building, seventy-two students, and eight faculty members, State College has steadily and progressively grown, so that its campus of one hundred twenty-five acres and forty-five buildings is no longer able to accommodate all of the thousands of students who are seeking to enroll. Today N. C. State is recog- nized, not only as a leading college in North Caro- lina, but also as one of the outstanding schools of the South. Located in the capital city of the state, symbolic of the intimate contacts it has with the lives of North Carolina citizens, State College is ever striv- ing to be of more service in solving the agricultural and technical problems of our great state and nation. DEAN E. L. CLOYD B.E., M.S. Dean of Students CHARLES R. LEFORT Assistant Dean of Students MR. W. L. MAYER B.S., M.S. Director of Registration MR. J. G. VANN Assistant Controller Basic Division The Basic Division has been functioning at State College since September, 1938. Its principal purposes, as set forth in the action of the Board of Trustees by which it was created, are twofold: 1. To provide " two years of basic courses in the humanities, natural and exact sciences and the social sciences as the foundation of the schools of agriculture and forestry, textiles and engineering. " 2. " To provide in the curricula of the upper years of each technological school for a minimum of the more general cultural courses in the humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences. " The Basic Division is responsible for the educational progress of all freshmen and sophomores. In addition to the daily contact with teachers in the classrooms and labora- tories, each student has the benefit of help from his technical adviser, who keeps him in the straight path with respect to his load and subjects pursued; of friendly advice from his counselor with respect to vocational aims and personal adjustments in the college environment; and of cooperation with his dormitory assistant in helping to create conditions in the dormitories which will be conducive to a good combination of happy living and serious working. The Basic Division thus undertakes to surround the student with the best opportunities for personal and educational development. The response of the students is continuously encouraging. Perhaps the Division including its students, can claim part of the credit for the steadily improving scholarship of the college and for our steadily improving standing among the technological institutions of the country. B. F. BROWN Dean FACULTY OF BASIC DIVISION English: Mrs. LeRoy Allen, Ira Baker, Mrs. L. L. Carpenter, Mrs. Louise Cell, J. D. Clark, Mrs. Phoebe Craven, P. H. Davis, Blair Dickinson, H. A. Doak, Mrs. Mary Ellis Doak, Kenneth England, A. M. Fountain, Mrs. Dorothy Greenwood, Miss Hazel Griffin, Lodwick Hartley. A. I. Ladu, Mrs. Nora B. Leitch, Mrs. Charlotte Litwack, R. P. Marshall, E. H. Paget, Mrs. Mattie Erma Parker, Miss Mary Penney, F. K. Pool, Donald Rulfs, Miss Doris R. Sharpe, A. B. R. Shelley, Miss Mary Spruill, Mrs. Louis S I. W. Surratt, L. H. Swain, Mrs. Huldah Turner, R. G. Wa " Cornelia Winton, T. L. Wilson, W. K. Wynn, R. B. Wynne. B. F. Brown, R. O. Moen, C. B. Shulenberger, M. C. Leager, H. G. Hendricks, J. A. Lyons, W. E. Roberts, P. F. Brookens. Political Science: J. W. Patton, L. W. Earnhardt, P. W. Edsall, L. W. Seegers. H. H. Cunningham. Ethics and Religion: W. Sociology: S. R. Winston. Modern Languages: L. E. Hinkle, Mr Hall, S. T. Ballenoer, F. J. Allred, E. D. Yachan. Physical Education Miller, C. G. Doak, T. I. Hines. ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD eft to right: R. N. ANDERSON, Personnel; DR. LODWICK EY, English; DR. W. N. HICKS, Ethics and Religion; ' Jf. E. HINKLE, Modern Languages; J. F. MILLER, Physical Education; JAMES W. PATTON, History; C. B. SHULENBERGEH, Economics; S. R. WINSTON, Sociology. yvy ? ? Agriculture and Forestry Opportunities for leadership in the fields of agriculture and forestry abound in North Carolina. The School of Agriculture and Forestry offers the means wherehy students can obtain the technical training necessary to make maximum use of these opportunities. Curricula have been developed to enable the student to choose his life ' s work either in the direction of a general agricultural background or in the more technical aspects of the profession. The need for technical workers and leaders is great and it will take large graduating classes for a number of years in the future to give to North Carolina agriculture the trained men essential for its progress. L. D. BAVER, Dean FACULTY OF SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE Statistics: W. G. Cochran, Gertrude Cox, R. L. Anderson, R. J. Monroe, J. A. Rigney, Paul Peach, H. L. Lucus. Agricultural Economics: G. W. Forster, M. A. Abrahamsen, M. C. Leager, H. B. James, R. E. L. Greene, F. M. McVay, W. H. Pierce. Agricultural Engineering.: D. S. Weaver, G. W. Giles, N. C. Teter. Agronomy: D. S. Chamblee, W. E. Colwell, R. W. Cummings, W. C. Gregory, W. D. Lee, J. F. Lutz, J. K. Middleton, W. L. Nelson, J. R. Piland, J. F. Reed, W. A. Reid, B. W. Smith. Animal Industry: R. H. Ruffner, F. M. Haie, E. H. Hosteller, J. E. Foster, D. E. Brady, H. A. Stewart, C. D. Grinnells, W. L. Clevenger, W. M. Roberts, W J. Peterson, T. N. Blumer, J. P. Ammerman, W. S. Arbuckle, J. C. Pierce, J. A. Weybrew. Botany: D. B. Anderson, R. Aycock, E. Ball, C. N. Clayton, R. S. Cox, D. E. Ellis, M. E. Faison, W. M. Dugger, W. B. Fox, H. R. Garriss, J. H. Graham, J. H. Jensen, T. T. Hebert, A. Kelman, S. G. Lehman, H. T. Scofield, P. F. Shope, I. V. Shunk, F. A. Tood, B. W. Wells, L. A. Whitford. Horticulture: M. E. Gardner, R. O. Randall, R. Schmidt, J. D. Harris, I. D. Jones. Poultry: R. S. Dearstyne, R. E. Cook, N. W. Williams, E. W. Glazeuer, J. W. Kelley, Rural Sociology: C. H. Hamilton, S. C. Mayo, E. A. Wilk(| J. V. Hofmann, L. Wyman, W. D. Miller, G. K. Slocum, Zoology: Z. P. Metcalf, T. B. Mitchell, F. H. McCutcheoii C. F. Smith, R. Harkema, W. M. Kulash, D. S. Grosch Chemistry: M. K. Berkut, T. J. Blalock, D. O. Daniel, W. Jordan, B. Levadie, R. Loeppert, J. W. Morgan, H. B. Ohml L. W. Purdy, G. H. Satterfield, M. F. Showalter, P. P. Reid, A. J. Wilson, L. F. Williams, R. C. White. DEPARTMENT HEADS Left to right: C. W. FOBSTER, Agricultural Economics; M. E. RDNER, Horticulture; R. W. CUMMINGS, Agronomy; J. V. FMANN, Forestry; R. S. DEARSTYNE, Poultry; Z. P. METCALF, ology; D. S. WEAVER, Agricultural Engineering. Vot pictured: Miss GERTRUDE Cox, Statistics; J. H. HILTON, imal Industry; C. H. HAMILTON, Rural Sociology; A. J. WILSON, Analytical Chemistry; B. W. WELLS, Botany. School of Engineering Dedicated to a program of professional engineering education and engineering research, the Engineering School has a deep pride in its past accomplishments and looks ahead with renewed confidence to meet the growing needs of this scientific and engineering era. The developing industries of the State will be aided by our accelerated engineering research activities and by the graduates of our reorganized engineering curricula. En- gineering research will aid in the development of new products, new processes, and new and better applications of our raw materials. As a result of a stimulating program of engineering education in which is integrated courses dealing with the humanities, our graduates will have an opportunity to give intelligently their skill and knowledge for the public good and at the same time take their places in the foreground of prac- ticing engineers. This year we have a tremendous enrollment in the Engineering School greater than that in the entire college in 1942. Along with this heavy teaching load we shall main- tain and carry forward our high level of instruction in the fields of engineering. We know our engineering graduates will be properly prepared to advance in their profession and to serve their communities. J. H. LAMPE, Dean FACULTY OF SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Aeronautical Engineering: R. W. Truitt. Architectural Engineering: W. L. Baum- farten, James H. Gradv, Robert H. Longstreet, Arthur McKimmom, W. Guy Mendenhall, ehu D. Paulson, Edward S. Pugh, Ross Shumaker, Fred Carter Williams. Ceramic Engineering: W. W. Kriegel, Martin W. Parcel, Charles H. Rue. Chemical Engineering: Kenneth O. Beattv, Richard Bright, T. C. Doodv, Frederick P. Pike, E. M. Schoenborn, T. F. Seelev. Civil Engineering: W. F. Babcock, C. R. Bramer, Earl D. Brown, C. M. Lamb, James O. Litchford, C. L. Mann, Lester Showronlk, R. E. Stiemke. Diesel Engi- neering: John O. Darnell, L. C. Doll, Robert Foster, R. B. Rice, W. E. Selkinghaus. Electrical Engineering: C. G. Brennecke, Robert R. Brown, W. S. Carlev, R. S. Four- aker, K. B. Glenn, J. E. Lear, R. J. Pearsall, W. D. Stevenson, Frederick R. Williard, E. W. Winkler. Engineering Research Division: W. G. Van Note. Engineering Mechanics: N. W. Conner, J. N. Farlow, C. E. Feltner, Adolphus Mitchell, G. Wallace Smith. Geological Engineering: E. L. Miller, John Parder, J. L. Stuckev. Industrial Engineering: Raymond Shafer, Ronald L. Wiggins. Mathematics: Stewart R. Baker, J. Nurnev Bond, C. E. Bran?come. Ve =ter R. Brantlcv, Roberts C. Bullock, G. Lawrence Cameron, Jr., Emmett J. Canadav, Charles L. Carroll, Jr.. John W. Cell. John M. Clarkson, Maurice H. Clayton, Henry C. Cooke, Hilbert A. Fisher. Richard S. Farrow, Anna Mae Harris, Mrs. Ruth B. Honevcutt, Lamar L. Lavton, Jack Leyine, Charles F. Lewis, Charles H. Little, Jr.. Rodney C. McNabb, Armstrong Maltbie. Leon Meadows, Jr.. Carey G ford, Howar-1 M. Nahikian, Arnold R. Nolstad, Hubert V. Park, Mrs. Carlotta Daniel M. Peterson. Howard A. Pet T ea. Eleanor Rankin, Charles F. Strobe ' Wall, George C. Watson. H. Page Williams. Lowell S. Winton, J. W. York. J. A. Kizer, Doris Tillerv. Mechanical Engineering: W. E. Adams. H. B. Brigg. T. C. Brown, Fred T. Collins. R. L. Cope, Robert B. Helms, Tr.. M. E. Hnhbs, E. G. Hoefer, R. W. Holtzclaw, Richard O. Hyde, Jefferson H. Johnson. Owen R. Jones, John D. Leitch, P. B. Lewis. Walter Lowen, J. M. McDermott. C. W. Maddison. T. J. Martin Middleton, Pern- E. Moo e. Vernon R. Muse, T. L. Nash, W. M. Neale, Jr., H. P. Powell. T. A. Rolston, Richard W. Russell, Tames H. Sparger, Marion K. Taylor, Robert T. Trnxler. L. L. Vaughn. F. B. Wheeler, Tames Ph-vsics: E. J. Bivwn, Georoe W. Crawford, J. B. Derieux, W. H. Haogai , Helms, Howard W. Jones. F. W. Lancaster, T. L. Lynn, Spence T. Marks, J. S. Ivleares. Harvev L. Morrison. William A. Parker. J. Reid Patterson, R. F. Stainback, Mrs. Ruth Wiggins, William Wilson, Mrs. D. P. Harris. tit fit DEPARTMENTS HEADS Left to right: Ross SHUMAKER, Architecture; W. W. KRIEGEL, Ceramic; E. M. SCHOENBORN, Chemical; C. L. MANN, Civil; R. B. RICE, Diesel, not pictured; C. G. BRENNECKE, Electrical; W. G. VAN NOTE, Engineering Research; G. WALLACE SMITH, Engineering Mechanics, J. L. STUCKEY, Geology; RONALD WIGGINS, Industrial; H. A. FISHER, Mathematics, L. L. VAUGHAN, Mechanical; J. S. MEARES, Physics. School of Textiles A new era has dawned upon the oldest industry in civilization. The con- tinual development of natural and synthetic fibers through research has greatly widened the uses of textile products, and has increased almost boundlessly the horizon of textile knowledge. These developments provide increased opportunities for trained men and women: trained for research, production, manufacture, design, and economics. Young people with scientific and technical training, initiative, and im- agination have always been needed by the textile industry. The School of Textiles offers qualified individuals the opportunity to acquire the educational preparation necessary for success in filling this need. This training, based on a study of science, technology, management, and art, coupled with a strong, general college education, results in our modern, perceptive, research-minded textile graduate. The public-spirited manufacturers of North Carolina recognize the value of progressive textile education. Through the N. C. Textile Foundation they have helped bring to the School as teachers outstanding experts in various fields of textiles. In return, the industry profits by drawing for leadership upon a pool of scientifically trained personnel. M. E. CAMPBELL, Dean FACULTY OF SCHOOL OF TEXTI E. B. Grover, T. R. Hart, A. H. Grimshaw, W. E. Shinn, F|j|gPeircp J. T. Hilton, J. G. Lewis, A. C. Hayes, W. E. Moser, Thos. NeWa J. Porter, C. M. Asbill, Jr., Paul Diggers, J. F. Bogdan, G. H. Dunlap,Wrss Martha Wallace, Charles Whisnant, J. de la Rama, Jr., Mrs. R. L. Byrd. DEPARTMENT HEADS Left to right: A. H. GRIMSHAW, Textile Chemistry Dyeing; E. B. GLOVER, Yarn Manufacturing; T. R. HART, Weaving and Designing; W. E. SHINN, Knitting; F. T. PEIRCE, Textile Research. Graduate Division The Graduate Division is the State College branch of the Graduate School of the consolidated University of North Carolina. Its function is to provide graduate training in the sciences and technologies of agriculture, engineering, textiles, and vocational teacher training. The urgent need for graduate instruction leading to research in these fields is recognized by the leaders in the occupations which depend upon the development of these branches of industry. Moreover, unless graduate study and research in the technological and related fields are provided, the institutions of higher learning in this section of the country will look elsewhere for trained men, whereas there should be a fair balance of such men from every section of the country. Graduate students have the advantages offered by the Agricultural Ex- periment Station, the Engineering Experiment Station, and the Research Laboratories of the Textile School, in addition to the regular laboratories used for instruction. Individually developed courses of study lead to the degrees Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy. In addition State College offers a Pro- fessional degree to its graduates who have performed outstanding professional service. Z. P. METCALF, Dean I fte Di .A Tie chief irfcskmal :: : ' - iismiction. 1 ooc. It also i ikocamon GRADUATE COUNCIL to right: L. D. Baver, G. W. Forster, A. H. Grimshaw, ,udington, G. W. Smith. IE. Bra K ' i. Mc l Division of Teacher Education The Division of Teacher Education at State College is responsible for the undergraduate and graduate training of teachers of Agriculture, Industrial Arts, and Trade and Industrial Education for the white schools of the State. The chief function of the Division of Teacher Education is to provide the professional courses for the students electing to become teachers, the general and technical courses are provided by other schools on the campus. The professional training involves residence courses in psychology, visual instruction, principles of teaching, methods of teaching and secondary educa- tion. It also includes directed teaching experience in selected schools away from the campus. Members of the faculty of the Division give very close supervision to the trainees while away from the campus doing directed teaching. They also carry on a research program, prepare teaching materials, and render other professional services to teachers in the field. The demand for teachers in the above fields is much greater than the College has been able to supply. PROFESSOR T. E. BROWNE, Director FACULTY IN DIVISION OF TEACHER EDUCATION T. E. Browne, L. E. Cook, F. A. Nylund, J. K. Coggin, L Wm. McGehee, D. J. Moffie, J. R. Ludington. DEPARTMENTS HEADS Left to right: L. E. COOK, Agricultural Education; J. R. LUDINGTON, Industrial Arts; WILLIAM McGEHEE, Psychology. % ' " f V MURRY ABRAMS FAR ROCKAWAY, N. Y. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. SREENSBORO, N. C. Civil Engineering Upsilon Sigma Alpha; A. S. C, E. tefTiVJ 71 RICHARD COLTRANE ADAMS RANDLEMAN, N. C. Agricultural Education Agriculmte Club. WALTER JARVIS ADAMS, JR. ASHEVILLE, N. C. Chemical Engineering Mu Beta Psi; Glee Club; A. I. Ch. E; Yellow Dogs. ALEXANDER BROWNLOW ADDINGTON FRANKLIN, N. C. Animal Industry Agriculture Club. WILLIAM HENRY AILOR, JR. RALEIGH, N. C. Chemical Engineering SAMUEL DAVID ALEXANDER MATTHEWS, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops) Agriculture Club; Y. M. C. A.; Agronomy Club. ALEXANDER DENIS ALEXANDROVICH NEW YORK, N. Y. Electrical Engineering RAY ALLISON SWANNANOA, N. C. Wildlife Conservation and Management ROBERT E. ALLISON SYLVA, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering, I Ae. S.; Y. M. C. A.; Secretary I. Ae. S. 3; Knights of St. Patrick (4). JAMES LEONARD ANDREWS BONLEE, N. C. Weaving Designing JACQUES CARLYLE AREY SALISBURY, N. C. Spec. Textile Tompkins Textile Society. ARTHUR ALEXANDER ARMSTRONG, JR. GASTONIA, N. C. Chemical Engineering Gamma Sigma Epsilon; A. I. Ch. E.; Belmont Abbey College 1, 2. CHARLES WALLACE ARMSTRONG, JR. SALISBURY, N. C. xttie Manufacturing FELIX F. ARNSTEIN FLETCHER, N. C. ... Animal Industry ARREN GRAY AYERS FAIRMONT, N. C. Animal Production WARREN HARDING BAILEY APEX, N. C. Agronomy (field Crops) Monogram Club; Agriculture Club; Baseball 1, 2, 3. GU .BASELE vBAIRD ' ' PAUL EDWARD BANNERMAN CABOLINA BEACH, N. C. Alpha eta; Bine Key; Agriculture Club; Agriculture Fair; Baseball 1; ' Agriculturist, AUGUSTIN JULIAN BARBOUR SALEMBURG, N. C. Industrials Arts Education VERNON M. BARNES, JR. WILSON, N. C. Electrical Engineering Blue Kev; Golden Chain; Tau Beta Pi; Theta Tau; Mu Beta Psi. BRUTUS WILLAID BARRETT LOUISBURG, N. C. Agronomy (Soils) ALEJANDRO O ' FARRILL BAUTISTA, A A T MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Textile Manufacturing Phi Psi; Sigma Pi Alpha; Tompkins Textile Society. WILLIAM JACKSON BARTON CANTON, N. C. Forestry Blue Key; Xi Sigma Pi; Alpha Zeta; Forestry Club; Student Council 1942-43; Technician. JOSEPH DAVID BEAM, JR. HAMLET, N. C. Chemical Engineering HOMER EDWIN BEAM FALLSTON, N. C. Agricultural Education Agriculture Club; F. F. A.; Wrestling 3; R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3. ROBERT ELWOOD BEEGHLY JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Industrial Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; American Ceramic Society. ROBERT CECIL BEEMAN RALEIGH, N. C. Dairy Manufacturing R. O. T. C. 1, 2. RAYMOND BENBENEK JAMESTOWN, N. Y. Ceramic Engineering CLIFFORD EUGENE BERGER BROOKLYN, N. Y. Agricultural Economics Track Team 1, 2, 3; Watattf an; R. O. T. C. 1, 2. NEW YORK, N. Y. s Sigma Tail Sigma; Sigma Pi Alpha; Tompltins Textile Society. EUGENE CALDWELL BERRYHILL PAW CREEK, N. C. Animal Production 30 3; Agriculture Club; Student Council; 4-H Supper Club; Agriculture Fair. WILLIAM WALLACE BERRYHILL CHARLOTTE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering BRUCE SYLVESTER BETTS GREENSBORO, N. C. Industrial Engineering, MONTGOMERY HERMAN BIGGS, JR., A T RUTHEREORDTON, N. C. Chemical Engineering ROBERT WILSON BIVENS WlNGATE, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Mu Beta Psi; A. I. E. E.; Redcoat Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Companion of St. Patrick. WILLIAM MARSHALL BLAND, JR. PORTSMOUTH, VA. Aeronautical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Blue Key; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3; I. Ae. S. LEONARD FRANKLIN BLANTON LlNCOLNTON, N. C. Dairy Manufacturing Agriculture Club. WILLIAM JOSEPH BONEY, 2 E WILMINGTON, N. C. Architectural Engineering I. F. C. 4, 5; Engineers ' Council; Beaux Arts Society. ROBERT ANTHONY BOOT NORRISTOWN, PA. Electrical Engineering ROBERT LEE BOSTIAN, JR. WILMINGTON, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. 2, 3, 4; Redcoat Band 2, 3, 4; Southern Engineer. RICHARD BLAIR BOYD, JR. K S DURHAM, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E. WILLIAM WELCH BOYER ARLINGTON, VA. CiviZ Engineering A. S. C. E.; Engineers ' Council. CHARLES RICHARD BOYETTE GOLDSBOHO, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Tompkins Textile Society; Track 1, 2. WILLIAM MONTFORT BOYLAN, 2 N NEW BERN, N. C. Mechanical Engineering 1 ' hi Eta Sigma; 30 3; Wataugan 1, 2, 3; A. S. M. E. ' RICHARD RALPH BRAKE, JR. BATTLEBORO, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops) Agriculture Club; Agronomy Club. _ ROBERT E. BRICKHOUSE WARRBNTON, N. C. Ceramic Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Keramos; Redcoat Band; American Ceramic Society. LEO TURRELL BRINSON, JR. ARAPAHOE, N. C. Diesel Engineering A. S. M. E.; B. M. E. EDWIN NEIL BROWER, n K A HOPE MILLS, N. C. Textiles ELBERT WRIGHT BROWER TVANHOE, X. C. Agricultural Chemistry (..ninii.t Siyma Epsilon: Sigma Pi Alpha; Agriculture C:lub; Sears Scholarship C lub. JOHN JONES BROWN, JR. MOUNT AIRY, N. C. Ceramic Engineering Keramos; 1 ' ine Burr; XmericaTi C ' eramic Society. ROBERT OLIVER BROWN CHARLOTTE, N. C. Dairy Manufacturing Alpha Zeta; Agriculture Club. JENNINGS BRYAN, JR., n K A BURLINGTON, N. C. Textile Management JOHN FOSTER BRYANT, JR., 2 N RALEIGH, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.; A. I. E. E.; Swimming 1, 2; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3. HENRY LACY BUFFALOE GARNER, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. CLAUDE I. BURKHEAD, JR., A X A CANDOR, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Radio Club. WILBUR LOUIS BURROWS, S X CHARLOTTE, N. C. Industrial Engineering ROY H. BYRD BUNNLEVEL, N. C. Floriculture Mu Beta I ' si; 4 H Club; Agriculture Club; Glee Club Secretary-Treasurer 2, HASSEL A. BYRD BURLINGTON, N. C. Animal Industry Agriculture Club; Veterans Club; Agriculturist; Agri- culture Fair 2, 3, 4. ARTHUR FERREIRA CACELLA NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Chemical Engineering Phi Psi. VICTOR DOMINIC CAGGIANO NEW YORK, N. Y. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E. I IENRY MARSHALL CALLIS WILLOW SPRINGS, N. C. Agricultural Economics LYLE DAVID CALVIN WICHITA, KANS. Experimental Statistics JAMES ROBERT CAMPBELL BURLINGTON, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.; Drum Bugle Corps 1941-42. ROY ALTON CAMPBELL ALBEMARLE, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.; Radio Club. WILSON SPRATLEY CAMPBELL STAUNTON, VA. Forestry Xi Sigma Pi; Forestry Clubi President Xi Sigma Pi. LEMUEL HOOKER CANNON, ]R., n K NEW BERN, N. C. Mechanical Engineering V . GEORGE LAFAYETTE CAPEL, A X A SEABOARD, N. C. Agricultural Economics JAMES BYNUM CARTER GASTONIA, N. C. Textiles WILLIAM ALLEN CARR, A X A FARMVILLE, N. C. Chemical Engineering Y. M. C. A.; Technician; Social Functions Committee 2; Interfraternity Council 2, Treasurer 2. JOHN WALTER CHADWICK, JR. ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. Electrical Engineering Mu Beta Psi; A. I. E. E.; Engineers ' Council; Redcoat Band; Yellow Dogs; Technician. JOHN MCVEIGH CHANDLER, s E SALISBURY, N. C. Chemical Engineering Yellow Dogs; A. I. Ch. E.; Redcoat Band; Wrestling. HIRAM THOMPSON CHAPIN, JR. LlLLINGTON, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. PAUL WADELL CHAPMAN MAIDEN, N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Beta Kappa. HENRY FAISON CHESNUTT CLINTON, N. C. Chemical Engineering Theta Tau; A. I. Ch. E.; Order of St. Patrick; R. O. T. C.; Engineers ' Council 3; Swimming 1, 2. HARRY PATTERSON CLAPP GREENSBORO, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3. JOHN WILLIAM CLAPP, JR. BURLINGTON N. C. Chemical Engineering FURMAN OTIS CLARK INEZ, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops) Agriculture Club; Agronomy Club 4; F. F. A. THOMAS JACK CLARK, S E CHARLOTTE, N. C. le Manufacturing Tompkins Textile Society; Phi Psi; Y. M. C. A.; Base- ball 1; R. O. T. C.; Scabbard Blade. CHARLES EDWIN CLARKE, JR. KENLY, N. C. Civil Engineering GEORGE DEWEY CLAYTON CARY, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Veterans ' Association; Tompkins Textile Society. JOE CORRACE CLINE, 2 N SHELBY, N. C. _ Animal Husbandry GEORGE WILLIAM BURLINGTON, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Mu Beta Psi; Redcoat Band 1, 2; Concert Band 1, 2; Publications Board 3; A. S. M. .; R. O. T. C. 1, 2; AGHOMECK Editor 3. |J ff ROBERT BRICE COCHRAN, JR., n K A CHARLOTTE, N. C. Diesel Engineering 1 ' resiclent Pi Kappa Alpha 3; A. S. M. II. PHILIP CHARLES COCKE, S X AsHEVILLE, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. S. C. E. 3, 4; Interfraternity Council 4. MARIO COHEN MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Textile Manufacturing Sigma Pi Alpha; Pan-American Club Publicity Manager; Publications Board; Tompkins Textile Society; Technician ' , Advertising Manager Wataitgcm; Business Manager Textile Forum; I. R. C. EDGAR RILEY COLE, S X PHOEBUS, VA. Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Pi Alpha; Gamma Sigma Ep- silon, President ' 43, ' 44; Pine Burr; Tau Beta Pi, Presi- dent ' 43, ' 44; Student Council ' 43; Interfraternity Council. EUSTACE ROBINSON CONWAY GREENVILLE, N. C. Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; A. I. Ch. E.; Sigma Pi Alpha; R. O. T. C.; Rifle Team. FRED ROSS CONYERS, JR. ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. General Engineering ARTHUR STANTON COOPER, JR. RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering I. Ae. S.; A. S. M. E.; Technician. WALTER HORTON CORWIN AHOSKIE, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.; A. S. C. E.; Phi Theta Kappa. JOHN MONROE COUNCIL, JR., K 2 LAKE WACCAMAW, N. C. Industrial Engineering Mu Beta Psi; Redcoat Band 1,2, 3; R. O. T. C.; Yellow Dogs; Concert Orchestra; Basehall. FRANK RANKIN CRAIG MOUNT HOLLY, N. C. Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Alpha Zeta; Monogram Cluh; Agri- culture Cluh; Belmont Abbey 1, 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4. TITUS STUART CRITCHER, A r r WlLLIAMSTON, N. C. Wildlife Conservation Management Alpha Zeta; Wildlife Cluh; Agriculture Cluh; Forestry Cluh. CARROLL WEBSTER CROMWELL SEVILLE, N. C. Chemical Engineering WALTER MCDONALD GROOM DELCO, N. C. Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Agriculture Cluh. _,._.. . . JOHN MARVIN CURTIS, ATP FHANKLINVILLE, N. C. Farm Business Administration Phi Kappa Phi; Pine Burr; Agriculture Club. DANFORD EDMONDSON CUTCHIN WHTTAKERS, N. C. Industrial Arts Kappa Phi Kappa. Vkth RICHARD DAMMANN AMITYVILLE, N. Y. Ceramic Engineering Swimming 1, 2, 3; Phi Kappa Phi; Keramos; Phi Eta Sigma; Pine Burr; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; A. C. S.; Mono- gram Club. WILLIAM JEFFRESS DANIEL, A X A HENDERSON, N. C. Chemical Engineering President Lambda Chi Alpha 2; Mu Beta Psi; Theta Tau; Gamma Sigma Upsilon; Blue Key; Sigma Pi Alpha; I. F. C.; Student Government, Secretary 4; Business Mana- ger Technician; Vice-President Sophomore Class; President Junior Class; Redcoat Band 1, 2, 3, 4; B. S. U.; Delegate N. C. Student Legislature; International Relations Club, President 4. LAFAYETTE CECIL DARDEN, JR., 2AM STANTONSBURG, N. C. Industrial Engineering JEROME OSCAR DARHOLT CHARLOTTE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering JOHN COLON DAUGHTRIDGE ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. Agricultural Engineering JAMES DEWHITTE DAVIS RALEIGH, N. C. Industrial Arts ' . fnttmiii )!;. Sim U:Ae Soul U ffi ti;S l tsis RICHARD CECIL DAVIS LEXINGTON, N. C. Textile Chemistry Dyeing EUGENE BARNETTE DAWSON, 2 X RALEIGH, N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; 30 3; A. I. E. E.; Southern Engineer, Vice-President 1 . RICHARD J. DAWSON, JR. KlNSTON, N. C. Agricultural Education RALPH DEGEN, SAM NEW YORK, N. Y. Textile Management Sigma Tau Sigma; Tompkins Textile Society; Inter- fratemity Council; Textile Forum; President Sigma Alpha Mu. GEORGE BRANTLEY DeLOATCHE CONWAY, N. C. Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa. CLYDE ALVIN DILLON, JR., n K A RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Pi Alpha; Theta Taj: A. S. M. E.; Technician 3, 4; AGROMECK 4; Treasurer Junior Class; Vice-President Senior Class 4; Manager WNCS; President Pi Kappa Alpha; Engineers ' Council 3. CHARLES WILLIAM DIXON, A A T ELM CITY, N. C. Aeronaittical Engineering I. Ae. S. Treasurer; Engineers ' Council Secretary; AGRO- MECK; Southern Engineer. CHARLES WILSON DOAK, n K A RALEIGH, N. C. Rural Sociology President Monogram Club 4; Basketball 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT DORSEN BRUNSWICK, N. J. Forestry Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; Editor Slabs and Edgings. ALVIN EMERSON DRESSER LELAND, X. C. Mechanical Engineering RICHARD HIGGS DUNCAN GREENVILLE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering B. S. II. Council; A. S. M. E.; Cross Country Track 3. MAURICE BEATY DUNN, 2 CHARLOTTE, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering Blue Key; Theta Tau 4; Publications Board 3, 4; En- gineers ' Council 3, 4; Technician 3; Editor Southern Engineer 3, 4. MALCOLM W. EDGE FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Agricultural Education Agriculture Club; F. F. A. JAMES ROBERT EDWARDS WILMINGTON, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Monogram Club; Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Baseball 1, 3; Athletic Council 3. MALCOLM GREY EDWARDS ASHEVILLE, N. C. Wildlife Management WILLIAM J. ELLIS, JR. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Forestry Forestry 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; Wrestling; Pi Ne Turn Editor 4; Publications Board; Technician 2, 3. REUBEN OSCAR EVERETT, S X GREENVILLE, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. S. Ch. E., President; Engineers ' Council 4. WILLIAM ALEXANDER FAISON, JR., K 2 CHESTER, PA. Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; A. S. M. E.; Y. M. C. A.; tt ' atatiKan, 1, 2, 3, 4; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3. KENNETH HIGH FARMER BAILEY, N. C. Agricultural Engineering Y. M. C. A.; R. O. T. C.; Agriculture Club 2, 3, 4. THOMAS FURMAN FAULKNER HENDERSON, N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; A. I. E. E. CHARLES JACKSON FETNER, JR., S E HAMLET, N. C. Chemical Engineering Camma Sigma Epsilon; Monogram Club; A. I. Ch. E.; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. EUGENE ' JOSEPH LEROY FINLEY RALEIGH, T ff! Textile Manufacturing Phi Psi. ' JEROME MORTON FISCHER, 2 A M NEW YORK, N. Y. Civil Engineering Swimming 1 . JOHN FLETCHER FISLER, ATP IVANHOE, N. C. Agronomy Alpha Zeta; Blue Key; Golden Chain; Agriculture Club; Agronomy Club; Agriculturist Staff; Technician Editor 4. Phi Kappa Phi; A. I. E. E.; Rifle Team 1. fflsr JOSEPH ROBBIN FLOWERS LuMBEBTON, N. C. Architectural Engineering Engineers ' Council; Beaux Arts. . HARVEY OSCAR FORREST MOUNT AIRY, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Sigma Tau Sigma; Sigma Pi Alpha; Phi Psi; Tompkins TextUe Society. ALBERT W. FOSTER, K A RALEIGH, N. C. Civil Engineering Track 1; Swimming 2; Monogram Club 2; Secretary Treasurer Sophomore Class; A. S. C. E. 1, 2, 3, 4. PAT M. FOWLER THOMASVILLE, N. C. Agricultural Engineering ELIZABETH JACKSON FRAZIER WAKE FOREST, N. C. Textile Chemistry Dyeing Sigma Tau Sigma; Sigma Pi Alpha; Phi Theta Kappa; Tompkins Textile Society. JACOB BRESSLER FREED WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. ggjg. ' Oil; HERBERT LAURENCE FRITZ CHARLESTON, S. C. Chemical Engineering GEORGE WILLIAM FRUTH CHARLESTON, W. VA. Diesel Engineering CECIL WILMONT FRY RALEIGH, N. C. Industrial Arts Monogram Club; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4; Baseball 4; Boxing 1. OPHUS MARTIN FULCHER LEAKSVILLE, N. C. Animal Production President Agriculture Club. JAMES THOMAS FULGHUM, K A RALEIGH, N. C. Industrial Engineering Track 2. SOLOMON PORTER FULK, JR., 2 n WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. Jj. E.; Glee Club; Technician. lV X I A -.. :4M FORREST BRISCOE GARDNER HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Textile Chemistry Dyeing O. MAX GARDNER, JR., K A SHELBY, N. C. Textile Management Golden Chain; Blue Key; Phi Psi; Phi Psi Scholarship Key 3; Phi Kappa Phi; Siema Tau Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; 30 3; Upsilon Sigma Alpha; Phi Eta Sigma; President Elect, Student Government 4; Interfraternity Council; Student Council 2; President Interhonor Council 2; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 3; Tompkins Textile Society; Var- sity Manager Football 3; Varsity Track Manager 2; AGBO- MECK 1, 2, 3; Textile forum 2; Class President 2. DAVID OSCAR GARRISON, JR. NORFOLK, VA. Industrial Engineering CHARLES BROOKS GATES, n K A ROXBORO, N. C. vMl ., jf 1 ) on Engineering A. G. C. ivil Engineering Tau Beta Pi; 1 ' hi Kta Sigma; Companion of St. Patrick; Pine Burr; A. S. C. li., President 4; Engineers ' Council; Assistant Manager itau o 2. HIZIR MEHMET GEYLAN ISTANBUL, TURKEY Textile Manufacturing Sigma Pi Alpha; President Turkish Student Union in N. C.; Secretary-Treasurer International Relations Club; Tompkins Textile Society. HERBERT MARTIN GIBSON, K A LAURINBURG, N. C. Electrical Engineering Beta Omega Sigma (Duke); Basketball 2 years (Duke). RALPH WILLIAM GILBERT FALL RIVER, MASS. Textile Manufacturing Phi Psi. CLYDE MANLEY GILMORE, JR. GREENSBORO, N. C. Floriculture N. C. State Life Saying Corps; Agriculture Club; Men ' s Horticultural Club; Veterans ' Club. HENRY GILMORE, JR. FAIRHAVEN, MASS. Electrical Engineering Theta Tau; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; A. I. E. E. Si HERBERT SHIELDS GLENN, JR., E N CHARLOTTE, N. C. Ceramic Engineering Theta Tau; Keramos; Engineers ' Council 3; Inter- fraternitv Council 2, 3; President American Ceramic Society 3. THOMAS S. GODWIN WILSON, N. C. Agronomy JOSEPH GRADY GOLDSTON, JR. HIGH POINT, N. C. Mechanical Engine ering Junior Representative 3. LEUMAS WILLIAM GREEN WILMINGTON, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. PAUL ELIOT GREEN, JR., X CHAPEL HILL, N. C. Electrical Engineering iE ROBERT NGLEY FIELD, v ? HPa Mechanical Engineering . S. M. E. 2, Secretary 3, 4. GEORGE ROBERT GREENE LANGLEY FIELD, VA. CHARLES RICHARD GREENHOW LATONIA, KY. Electrical Engineering KEITH EDWARD GREGORY FRANKLIN, N. C. Animal Industry Secretary Agriculture Club; Alpha Zeta; Livestock Judg- ing Team. CARL EDWARD GRIGSBY HILTON VILLAGE, VA. Aeronautical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; I. Ae. S. President 4; Engineers ' Council; Intramural Softball 3. FRANK ANTHONY CUBA, JR., A X A WESTFIBLD, N. J. Industrial Engineering Society for Advancement of Management. FA (v , ' NATHAN HUNT GWYN, JR., 2 E LENOIK, N. C. jflB i MiHB VHP Electrical Engineering WALTER HENRY HAENE RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Upsilon Sigma Alpha; A. S. M. E.; Monogram Club. MARVIN LEWIS HAGAN, SAM NEW YORK, N. Y. Textile Management Tompkins Textile Society. ROBERT FRANKLIN HAGER RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. RICHARD CHAP HAMPTON CHINA GROVE, N. C. Agricultural Education Football 1, 2, 3; Boxing 1, 3; Wrestling 1, 2, 3; Base- ball 1. THEODORE ATKINSON HARDAWAY, S E GREENVILLE, N. C. Chemical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Mu Beta Psi; A. I. Ch. E.; Officers ' Club 3; Redcoat Band 1, 2, 3; State College Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Wataugan 1, 2. JAY HALE HARDEE HIGH POINT, N. C. Forestry President Forestry Club; Wrestling 1, 2; Alpha Zeta. WILLIAM THEODORE HARKEY WASHINGTON, D. C. Aeronautical Engineering HOWARD HOLDFORD HARPER RALEIGH, N. C. Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Member Student Council 1946-47. WILLIAM RALEIGH HARMON, JR. NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.; Radio Club; Redcoat Band, I, 2; R. O. T. C. 1, 2. CHARLES BLAIN HARPER HIGH POINT, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Tompkins Textile Society. JOHN ROSS HARRIS, s X CAMBRIDGE, MD. ,- ' Textile Management Sigma Tad Sigma; Phi Fsi; Tompkins Textile Society; Student Council; Textile Forum. Industrial Engineering Monogram Club; Society for Advancement of Manage- nent; Engineers ' Council 1942; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. LEWIS JACKSON HASH SPARTA, N. C. Geological Engineering A. I. M. M. E.; Engineers ' Council. I " V JAMES L. HASSELL, JR. EDENTON, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering I. Ae. S.; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3. JOHN DAVID HAYMS JAMESTOWN, N. Y. Graduate Experimental Statistics ALFRED HERMAr NoHLlNA, N. C. Civil Engineering. . GROVER WILSON HEDGECOCK KERNERSVILLE, N. C. Chemical Engineering Gamma Sima Epsilon; A. I. Ch. E. ELDRED H. HELTON TlMBERLAND, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering I. Ae. S. THOMAS PRICE HERITAGE, A A T BURLINGTON, N. C. Civil Engineering Redcoat Band; Concert Band; A. S. C. E.; A. G. C.; Y. M. C. A. ROBERT CLIFF HINKLE, JR. LEXINGTON, N. C. Chemical Engineering Gamma Sigma Epsilon President 4; Redcoat Band 1, 2; A. I. Ch. E.; Theta Tau; Engineers ' Council 4. WILLIAM C. HINSON, JR., A r P WALSTONBURG, N. C. Agricultural Education Agriculture Club; Y. M. C. A. WALTER LEE HOBBS, JR., 2 X DELCO, N. C. Agricultural Economics Agriculture Club; Veterans ' Club. CURTIS J. HOBSON BOONVILLE, N. C. Animal Industry AGROMECK 1, 2, 3, Business Manager 4; Publications Board; Agriculture Club; Y. M. C. A.; Veterans ' Club; Student Government 4. NEAL HENDERSON HODGES, JR., 2 X RALEIGH, N. C. Electrical Engineering Southern Engineer 3; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3. NORMAN HODUL NEW YORK, N. Y. Forestry Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. LOUIS BERTHOLD HOFFMAN, 2 n GUILFORD COLLEGE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Scabbard Blade 3; K. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3. MILLAHD BRADY HOLLAND CONOVEH, N. C. . Textile Manufacturing Tompkins Textile Society; Baseball 1; Drum and Bugle Corps 2. RICHARD PEYTON HOLLOMAN, JR., II K A WASUHMOTON, N. C. Architectural Engineering Monogram Club Treasurer 1942, Vice-President 1943; Beaux Arts; Engineers ' Council 1944. RICHARD D. HOLT GOLDSBORO, N. C. Civil Engineering ROBERT WESLEY HOLTZCLAW, JR. CANTON, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; President A. S. M. E.; Engineers ' Council. GLENN RICHARD HOOVER WINSTON-SALEM, N.-C. Mechanical Engineering I. Ae. S. 2; A. S. M. E. 3, 4. Treasurer 4. CHARLES ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C. Chemical Engineering s M t WILBUR BRONX, N. Y. Textile Manufacturing Tompkins Textile Society; Monogram Club; Wolfpack Club. JOHN ROBERT HOSEA PlKEVILLE, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. DOUGLAS THURMAN HOUSE, ATP BEAUFORT, N. C. Forestry President Blue Key; Xi Sigma Pi; Alpha Zeta; Golden Chain; Forestry Club 1, 2, Program Chairman 3, Rolleo Chairman 4; Y. M. C. A. 1, Cabinet 2, 3, Secretary 3; Student Council 3; Technician 2, 3; Business Manager Pi Ne Turn 3; AGROMECK 4; Publications Board 3; Dormitory Assistant 2, 3, Chief 4; N. C. State Legislature 3, Speaker Pro Tern 4. GENE MITCHELL HOUSE, ? N SCOTLAND NECK, N. C. Agronomy (Field. Crops) Mu Beta Psi 2, 3, 4; I. F. C. 2; Agriculture Club; Glee Club 1. Vice-President 2, 3, 4; I. F. C.; Baseball 1; Technician 1. 2, Business Manager 3, 4; AGROMECK 4; Publications Board 3; Manager Tennis Team 3, 4; Presi- dent Sophomore Class 2; Treasurer Senior Class 4; Vice- President Agronomy Club 4; Commander Sigma Nu 2. ROBERT STROUD HOUSTON MONROE, N. C. Geological Engineer Tau Beta Pi; Mu Beta Psi; Sigma Pi Alpha: Engineers ' Council 3, 4; Honor Council 4; A. I. M. E. President 4; Redcoat Band 1, Secretary 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; A. I. Ch. E. 1, 2; AGROMECK 2, 4. EZRA LEWIS HOWELL ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Agricultural Club. W. P. HUBBARD ROSE HILL, N. C. Agricultural Education SAMUEL HENRY HUFFSTETLER, 2 II HAW RIVER, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Wataugan 1, 2, 3, Assistant Business Manager 3. BURTON EDWARD HULTZ WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Architecture Beaux Arts Society. JAMES MALCOLM HUMPHREY SHANNON, N. C. Agricultural Engineering Phi Eta Sigma. JOHN STUART HUNTER LINDEN, N. J. Electrical Engineering A. 1. E. E.; Radio Club; Technician. ALFRED BURMAN HURT, JR. NATHANS CHEEK, N. C. Chemical Engineering Gamma Sigma ' .Epsilon; A, 3. Ch. E.; Radio Club; Veterans ' Club. THOMAS FREDERICK ICARD, ATP SHELBY, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club; Veterans ' Club; Publications Board; In- terfraternity Council; Business Manager Pi Ne Turn. MANUEL IGUINIZ JALISCO, MEXICO Textiles RICHARD BERNARD ISENHOUR, 2 E CHARLOTTE, N. C. Chemical Eng A. I. Ch. E.; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 2; Phi Eta Sigma; Southern Engineer Business St. ' " GERALD ELAINE JAMES OAKBORO, N. C. Agricultural Engineering Blue Kev; Alpha Zeta; Agriculture Club, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; . ' j r ei Jurist 3. 4; F. F. A., Parliamen- tarian 2; B. S. U. Concfl ' J3j4PY. M. C. A. Publicity Committee 4. X WILBUR GERALD JAMES PARMELE, N. C. Electrical Engineering Football 1. WYLLIS EUGENE JAMES FARMINCTON, N. C. Architectural Engineering Glee Club 2; Beaux Art Society. HERNAN JARAMILLO, A A T COLOMBIA, SOUTH AMERICA Textile Management Sigma Pi Alpba; Interfraternity Council; Pan-American Club; Tompkins Textile Society; Aquinas Club. FRED DUNCAN JEROME, JR., K PITTSBORO, N. C. Electrical Engineering PHILIP EDWARD JOCKLE, JR. NEW YORK, N. Y. Aeronautical Engineering I. Ae. S. IRA ALTON JOHNSON ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. Electrical Engineering JAMES BAXTER JOHNSON, JR. RALEIGH, N. C. Forestry JAMES GARFIELD JOHNSON CHAHLOTTE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering JAMES TILLERY JOHNSON, n K A RALEIGH, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops) Alpha Zeta; Blue Key; Golden Chain; 30 3; President Pi Kappa Alpha; Agriculture Club; Interfraternity Council; AGBOMECK 1, 2, Sports Editor 3, Editor 4; Publications Board. OTIS HACKETT JOHNSON, JR. MOREHEAD CITY, N. C. Floriculture Chairman Horticulture Department Exhibit Agriculture Fair. CHARLES AYCQGK JONES, JR. BRE RRD, JM. C. Electrical Engineering . CLINTON E. JONES TAHBORO, N. C. Meclumical Engineering A. S. M. E. 3, 4, Publications Director 4; R. O. T. C. 1, 2; Engineers ' CounflPPi DAN WATSON JONES BOILING SPRINGS, N. C. Agricultural Education Agriculture Club; Veterans ' Club; Y. M. C. A. | |K i GUY LANGSTON JONES, A V l KlNSTON, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops) Alpha Zeta; Agriculture Club; Agronomy Club; Y. M. C. A.; Agriculturist Business Staff; Rifle Team; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3. J. CARLTON ' -JONES, A IM PITTSBORO, N. C. k 3, 4; orestry Forestry Club; Interfrateruity Council; Monogram Club; Boxing. .RICHARD MILLER JONES SALISBURY, N. C. ' Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.j K. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3; Engineers ' Council 4; Theta Tau; Technician 4. WESLEY NORWOOD JONES RALEIGH, N. C. Electrical Engineering Radio Club; A. I. E. E.; Junior Varsity Football 2; Radio Station WNCS; Publications Board. HAROLD KYLE JORDAN, n K CHARLOTTE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering HARRY LEA JORDAN CLARKTON, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops) Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Zeta; Pine Burr; Phi Kappa Phi; Agriculture Club; Agronomy Club; Y. M. C. A.; Agriculturist Department Editor, Vice-President 2; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3. PAUL REGINALD JORDAN, JR. WILMINGTON, N. C. Dairy Manufacturing Assistant Varsity Baseball Manager 1; Basketball and Baseball Manaper 2, 3, 4. JOHN HULICK JOYCE, z n LONG BRANCH, N. J. Occupational Information Guidance Tennis 1, 2; R. O. T. C. 1, 2; Treasurer Sigma Pi 4. STANLEY SEYMOUR KATZ NEWARK, N. J. Aeronautical Engineering I. Ae. S. WALTER M. KELLER WASHINGTON, D. C. Forestry RICHARD WHEELER KENNISON, JR., K S RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Theta Tau; Football " B " Squad Co-Captain 2; Tech- nician 3, Managing Editor 4; Vice-President Junior Class GEORGE KIOPEKLY RALEIGH, N. C. Chemical Engineering Recorder Gamma Sigma Epsilon; A. I. Ch. E. AUBREY MARSHALL KIRBY, JR., A X A DURHAM, N. C. Chemical Engineering Phi Kappa Phi; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; A. I. Ch. E. STACY NORMAfSl KIRKMAN PLEASANT GARDEN, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. EjttRajJio Club; Y. M. C. A. RALPH G. KNIGHT, JR. ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C. Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; A. I. Ch. E. STANLEY KOHLER NEW YORK, N. Y. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.; Basketball 3; Baseball 3; Athletic Committee. THOMAS RICAUD KOONCE, JR., 2 X FAIR BLUFF, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E., Membership Committee 4; Honor Council Engineering School 4. SELBY DOCK KORNEGAY MOUNT OLJVE, N. C. Agricultural Education Secretary Y. M. C. A. 2, Vice-President 4; President Wesley Foundation 4; Agriculture Club; F. F. A.; Future Teachers ' Club. f X _ U Wv r CHARLES RUSSELL KUHN RALEIGH, N. C. Textile Chemistry Dyeing Sigma Tau Sigma; Pine Burr; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Mu Beta Psi; Redcoat Band. JAMES ALLISON LAMM, JR. ALEXANDRIA, VA. General Engineering KENNETH PRITCHARD LAPEYRE JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Chemical Engineering ABRAM TROY LASSITER, JR., A A T CLAYTON, N. C. Animal Industry Monogram Club; Football Manager 4. HOMER EUGENE LeGRAND, K A SHELBY, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Pine Burr; Sigma Tau Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; Golden Chain; Blue Key; Phi Psi; Upsilon Sigma Alpha; Tompkins Textile Society. BENJAMIN R. LEMLICH BROOKLYN, N. Y. Agricultural Chemistry BENJAMIN TURNER LEONARD RALEIGH, N. C. Floriculture Agriculture Club 2, 3, 4; A. S. M. E. 1, 2, 3; Veterans ' Association 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Horticulture Club 4; R. O. T. C. ROBERT EDWARD LEVIN NEW YORK, N. Y. Textiles Sigma Tau Sigma; Tompkins Textile Society; Monogram Club; AGROMECK 1, 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor 5. HAROLD LEROY LITTLE FALL RIVER, MASS. Textile Manufacturing Phi Psi. RICHARD FRANCIS LOMAX, 2 N LENOIR, N. C. Civil Engineering Mu Beta Psi; Redcoat Band. EDWARD KENNEDY LOVELACE, A K n NEW BERN, N. C. Industrial Engineering DAVID N. LOW BUHNSVILLH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering , S. M. E. ELAINE ?MGAN|LIIC:AS, JR. FREDOTCKSBURC, VA. Agricultural Chemistry EVERETT JEROME LUCRE, JR. BADIN, N. C. Industrial Engineering Sjgjs 2 tTE -.-. -.. JOHN COOPER LUMSDEN RALEIGH, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. JAMES FRANKLIN McALISTER fc k P exti Pine Burr; Gamma Sigma Bpsilon; Phi Psi; Sigma Tau Sigma Yice-President 2; Textile Forum; Tompkins Textile Society; American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists. ROBERT ALLEN McALLISTER, A X A JUIANAPOLIS, Chemical Engineering Southern Engineer; A. I. Ch. L.; Theta Tau; Gamma Sigma Epsilon. " ARTHUR MATTHEWS McCABE, JR., n K RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Monogram Club; Swimming 1, 2, 3. KENNETH EARLE McCOLLUM, 2 E GUILFORD COLLEGE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. WILLIAM JUSTICE McCOy, JR. CHARLOTTE, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering I. Ac. S. FREDERICK RHODES McDAVID SANFORD, N. C. Mechanical Engineering JOHN MALCOLM McDERMOTT VASS, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Phi Tau Sigma; A. S. M. E. PATRICK HILL McDONALD, JR. CARTHAGE, N. C. General Engineering FRANK HOWARD McDOWELL, ATP CLYDE, N. C. Animal Industry Alpha Zeta; Blue Key Secretary 3; Pine Burr; Agricul- ture Club; Y. M. C. A.; Agriculturist 4. KENNETH ALEXANDER McKETHAN FAYETTEVIIXE, N. C. Vocational Agriculture Kappa Phi Kappa; Agriculture Club. CHARLES HAYWOOD McLEMORE GODWIN, N. C. Mechanical Engineering DAN P. MAcMILLAN FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Architectural Engineering CHARLES RUFUS NWMAIR, JR., n K A Blue Key; Golden Chain; 1 ' heta Tau; Scabbard Blade; Epsilon Sigma Alpha; Eta Kappa Nu; Order of St. Patrick. ROBERT EDWARD McNEILL WADE, N. C. ' Cross-Country 1 ; ' Wrestling 2; Track 1, 3. General Ensjneer ross-Country 1; Wrestling 2; LOIS MARGARET MADDEN BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.; Band 3. RICHARD DALEY MAHONE WlLLIAMSBURG, VA. Forestry Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; AGHOMECK; Pi Ne Turn; Slabs and Edgings; Agricul- ture Fair Vice-President; All-Campus Intramural Football Team. ANN, 2 E Kappa Phi Kappa; Pine Burr; Y. M. C. A.; Agronomy Club; Agriculture Club Secretary 3; R. O. T. C. 1, 2. Hi JS WILLIAM r YORK, N. Textile Chemistry Dyeing Tompkins Textile Society; Wrestling Squad 2; R. O. T. C. 1, 2; Rifle Sqiiad 2. GRADY ALLEN MARTIN STONY POINT, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops) Alpha Zeta; Blue Key; Golden Chain; Agriculture Club; Y. M. C. A.; Agronomy Club; 4-H Supper Club; Sears Scholarship Club; R. O. T. C. 1, 2; Agriculturist Editor 4. JOHN ROBERT MARTIN CRAMERTON, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.; Southern Engineer 3; AGROMECK 4; Student Council 3; B. S. U. Council Vice-President 4. PEYTON HOWARD MASSEY, JR. RALEIGH, N. C. Vegetable Gardening Glee Club; Agriculture Club. PEARSE LEBARON MATHEWSON, A A T BRISTOL, R. I. Textile Manufacturing R. O. T. C. 1, 2; Tompkins Textile Society. DANIEL MARTIN MATUSON, SAM NEW YORK, N. Y. Textile Manufacturing Phi Eta Sigma; Pine Burr; Pi Tau Sigma. MILTON COLLINS MAY, S E NEW BERN, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Tompkins Textile Society; Technician 1, 2, Associate Editor 3. MERLIN ADAMS MEARES CHADBOURN, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Theta Tau; Pi Tail Sigma; Golden Chain; A. S. M. E.; Engineers ' Council President. JOSEPH GLENN MELTON AVONDALE, N. C. Textile Chemistry Dyeing LAWRENCE THOMAS MENCKE WILMETTE, ILL. Mechanical Engineering ESPIE FLYNN MENIUS, JR. NEW BERN, N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Kappa Nu; Pine Burr; Scabbard Blade; A. I. E. E.; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM BANKHEAD MEREDITH, S N NORFOLK, VA. Civil Engineering A. 9. C. E,; Swimming 1, 2, 3. METZ, 2 JOHN RALPH METZ, 2 E SAYLESVILLE, R. I. Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma; A. S. M. E. DAVID HILL MICHAL, S n CANTON, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Blue Key; Pine Burr; Scabbard Blade; Upsilon Sigma Alpha; Theta Tau; I. Ae. S.; Ride Team 1, 2; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3. GEORGE WASHINGTON MIDDLETON WARSAW, N. C. General Engineering CHARLES GREENWOOD MILLER, JR., 2 X WARREN, OHIO Civil Engineering, Engineers ' Council; A. S. C. E. Vice-President: Inter- fraternity Council; Wataiijjan; President Sigma Chi. 4RY YOUNG MILLER BHBVAHD, N. (C. Mechanical J-ngineeritig T nB% 4. HERBERT CRAIG MILLER, JR. MOORESVILLE, N. C. Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; A. I. Ch. E. Secretary 3; Southern Engineer 1, 2, 3; Engineers ' Council 3; Publications Board 3. MACK THOMAS MILLER, 2 I E NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.; A. G. C. A.; Interfraternitv Council; Wataugan 2; Freshman Baseball 1; Fraternity Football 2, 3; Fraternity Softball 4. RAYMOND O. MILLER CONCORD, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; R. O. T. C. 1, 2; Track 2; Technician. WARREN TURNER MILLOWAY, S GREENSBORO, N. C. Chemical Engineering JOSEPH CROMWELL MILLSAPS STATESVILLE, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. STAVIS JOHN MILTON CHARLESTON, S. C. Graduate Student; Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma. LEO MISENHEIMER, JR. SALISBURY, N. C. Civil Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Wrestling 2. CHARLES C. MITCHELL BRONX, N. Y. Textile Mangement Textile Forum. MEADE HARRISON MITCHELL, JR., S X WELDON, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering DONALD JAMES MOFFATT, 2 X MILFOHD, CONN. Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Pi Alpha. EUGENE JOSEPH MOGILNICKI BEDFORD, MASS. Chemical Engineering fflffV VERNON IANSON MOHORN, JR. LITTLETON, N. C. Agricultural Engineering JACK FRANKLIN MOORE, 2 X KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Mechanical Engineering 30 3; A. S. M. E., President 1; R. O. T. C. 1, 2. MARK WARREN MOORE TIGRETT, TENN. Dairy Manufacturing Alpha Zeta. WILLIAM BRADFORD MOORE MILTON, N. C. ' Electrical Engineering .., n r fy ' ! Ki THOMAS MAURICE MORGAN CHARLOTTE, N. C. Industrial Engineering Student Council 1; R. (VT ,(J EDWIN MORRIS HILLSIDE, N. J. Textile Management Tompkins Textile Society; Monogram Club; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 1. WILLIAM DEOANE MOSER BURLINGTON, N. C. Textiles Football 1, 2; Blue Key. HAMPTON TAYLOR MOSER BURLINGTON, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Sigma Tau Sigma; Mu Beta Psi; Blue Key; Band; Mono- gram Club; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES WARREN NANNEY SPINDALE, N. C. Textile Manufacturing ERNESTINE ELIZABETH NELSON ALHAMBRA, CAL. Textile Knitting WILLIAM ANDREWS NEWELL JEWETT CITY, CONN. Textile Manufacturing Textile Forum 3, 4, Editor 4; Publications Board 4; Student Council 4. PAUL WESLEY NIPPER, JR. LOWELL, N. C. Textile Management Tompkins Textile Society. DAVID MARION NOBLES STOKES, N. C. Agricultural Education JACK EARL NORWOOD RALEIGH, N. C. Chemical Engineering Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Mu Beta Psi; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Yellow Dogs Orchestra; A. I. Ch. E. JOHN KAY PATTERSON ODELL, K S CONCORD, N. C. Textile Management President Kappa Sigma. EDGAR ALLEN ORR ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. Chemical Engineering Golden Chain Treasurer; Blue Key; Sigma Pi Alpha Secretary; Y. M. C. A. President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer; A. I. Ch. E. Reporter; I. R. C. Librarian. DONALD THOMAS OVERMAN STANTONSBUBG, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. AHMET FAHIR OZSOY ANKARA, TURKEY Textiles PRESTON DOUGLAS PAGE RALEIGH, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Theta Tau; Blue Key; A. I. E. E. JOHN ELBERT PARK, E RALEIGH, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering Monogram Club; I. Ae. S.; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Technician 1. 2; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 4. CLINTON ENOCH PARKER CHBBRYVILI.E, N. C. Agricultural t nt JOHN ROUSS PARKS STATESVILLE, N. C. Industrial Engineering JOHN PARNAG DURHAM, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.; Football 1; AGROMECK 3. CLEVELAND ALLEN PARTIN LOUISBURG, N. C. Animal Industry JOSEPH M. PAYNE CLAYTON, N. C. Architectural Engineering FREDERICK WALTHOUR PEACOCK ASHEVILLE, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering I. Ae. S. ROBERT HESTER PEARCE RALEIGH, N. C. Industrial Engineering Sigma Pi Alpha; Order of St. Patrick; Football 1; Wataugan 1 . EDGAR DAVID PEEBLES RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. EUNICE BROWN PEELE BAILEY, N. C. Textiles JIM ALEX PENLAND SWANNANOA, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering HORACE DURHAM PENN, 2 X ROANOKE, ALA. Textile Chemistry Dyeing American Association of Textile Colorists and Chemists. HAROLD B. PETERSON, A A T WHITEVILLE, N. C. Textiles Tompkins Textile Swiety; " Watuugan; Treasurer Junior Class 3. ALFRED MOSER PFAFF TOBACCOVIU.E, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.; Sigma Pi Alpha. JOHN M. PHARR, K 2 CONCORD, N. C. Textile Chemistry Dyeing Golden Chain; Phi Psi 3, President 4; Tompkins Textile Society 1,2, 3, Secretary 4; Senior Class Secretary 4. JAMES W. PHILLIPS MEBANE, N. C. Animal Production Agriculture Club. FRED CARL PHILLIPS, JR. BURLINGTON, N. C. Industrial Engineering KATHLEEN PHILLIPS LUMBERTON, N. C. " Textile Design MAURICE JEROME PICKLER NEW LONDON, N. C. Agricultural Economics Sears Scholarship Club; B. S. U. Council 1, 2; Alpha Zeta; Golden Chain, Scribe; Blue Key; Senior Class Presi- dent; Associate Editor Agriculturist; Publications Board; Phi Kappa Phi. JACK PINNER BROOKLYN, N. Y. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; A. I. E. E.; Tennis; Southern Engineer ROGER BAILEY POOLE, S H GREENSBORO, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Interfraternity Council; President Sigma Pi 1943-1944. GLYNN ELVIN POTEET SYLVA, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. ARTHUR WOODBURN POWELL, 2 E CHARLOTTE, N. C. Textile Chemistry Dyeing Tompkins Textile Society; Young Republican Club. NATHAN ALONZO PRICE, JR., A A T ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. General Engineering Engineers ' Council; Softball 1, 2, 3; Football 2, 3; Basketball 3; Treasurer Alpha Lambda Tau 4. CHARLES YANCEY PROFFITT BURNSVILLE, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E. GEORGE WILLIAM PULLIAM, JR. ROXBORO, N. C. Textiles Tompltins Textile Society; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3. FORREST BECTON PULLY KlNSTON, N. C. Civil Engineering WALTER F. RAMSEUR MOR GANTON, N. C. Dairy Manufacturing CURTIS LEE RAMSEY CRUMPLER, W. VA. Textiles Monogram Clubj American Legion; Football 1 Baseball 1, 2, 3. , 2, 3; ROBERT E. RECTOR MUBPHY, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. EMILE JOSEPH REMILLARD FAIHHAVEN, MASS. Chemical Engineering PATRICIO LEBRIJA REYES-SPINDOLA, A A T MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Textile Chemistry Dyeing Tompkins Textile Society; Swimming 4; Track 1, 2. ROBERT HO REYNOLDS, K A Aeronautical Engineering Golden Chain President 3; Blue Key Treasurer 4; Scab- bard Blade; 30 3; Phi Eta Sigma 2; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council Treasurer 2; Order of St. Patrick. THORNE MAXTON REYNOLDS COLUMBIA, N. C. Poultry JOHNATHAN LABAN RHYNE LlNCOLNTON, N. C. Textile Management MARSHALL MILLER RICH RALEIGH, N. C. Civil Engineering Theta Tau; Chi Epsilon; A. S. C. E.; Beaux Arts. PHILLIP EUGENE RICHARDSON GREENSBORO, N. C. Chemical Engineering JOHN REUEL RIVES STATES VILLE, N. C. Textiles THOMAS JENNETTE ROBBINS BURGAW N. C. Pomology Agriculture Club; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3; Agriculturist; Alpha Zeta. EUGENE HUNTLEY ROBERTS, JR. RALEIGH, N. C. Civil Engineering ROBERT FRANKLIN ROBINSON GASTONIA, N. C. Dairy Manufacturing WARD RHYNE ROBINSON HICKORY, N. C. Agricultural Education JAMES STAFFORD ROTAN CRAMERTON, N. C. Textile Manufacturing ROBERT L. RABB LENOIR, N. C. Animal Husbandry RICHARD WOOTEN RUSSELL KlNSTON, N. C. ! Aeronautical Engineering RALPH EUGENE SADLER BURLINGTON, N. C. Agricultural Education Kappa Phi K Baseball 1. Club; Football 1, 2; CYMA MAY SALTZMAN BROOKLYN, N. Y. Textile Management Sigma Tau Sigma; Tompkins Textile Society; Pan- American Club; AGKOMECK Assistant Business Manager 3, 4; Cheerleader. JOSEPH ERNEST SANDERSON FOUR OAKS, N. C. Animal Production Alpha Zcta; President Student Agriculture Fair; Agri- culture Club. CLARENCE ESSUN SCARSBROOK Agronomy (Soils) ROBERT PAUL SCHEFFER NEWTON, N. C. 1 S ' fm tm Agriculture - CHARLES EVAN SCHREYER, JR. MAMABONECK, N. Y. Forestry Chancellor Alpha Zeta; Xi Sigma Pi; Blue Key; Golden Chain; Pine Burr; Forestry Club 1, 2, Vice-President 3, 4; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3; Pi Ne Turn Business Staff 3. STANLEY CHARLES SCHWARTZ, S A M BALTIMORE, MD. Textile Management Pi Kappa Delta; Tompkins Textile Society; AGROMECK 1, 2, 3; N. C. Student Legislature. THOMAS PRESTON SCOTT, JR. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Textile Chemistry Dyeing FLOYD STUART SEAY, JR. REIDSVILLE, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.; AGROMECK 1. EDWARD GRAHAM SELLERS, n K CHARLOTTE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. 3, 4; Engineers ' Council 2, 4; Interfrater- nity Council 3, 4; Southern Engineer 3, 4, Business Mana- ger 4; Publications Board 4. Unto Bind; Ton WfflJ JACOB JOSIAH SHARPE SPENCEH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. ROBERT E. H. SHELDEN RALEIGH, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. 1, 2, 3, 4. HENRY HOWARD SHERRILL, JR. WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; A. S. M. E. RICHARD KEITH SHUMAKER RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering HUBERT YOUNG SIMERSON SPENCER, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Mu Beta Psi; Glee Club; R. O. T. C. Band; Redcoat Band; Tompkins Textile Society. DAVID A feHgyyflBMPSON ASHEVILLE, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering DAVIS LEE SIMPSON ELON COLLEGE, N. C. Mechalincal Engineering A. S. M. E.; Football 3; Baseball 3. JAMES GILBERT SIMS LlNCOLNTON, GA. Chemical Engineering $ LUTHER G. SINK, JR. LEXINGTON, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops) Agriculture Club; Agronomy Club. SHERWOOD SKILLMAN .Y WATSON SLOAN CHARLOTTE, N. C. Tl M f I hV. ml f Aeronautical Engineering ANDREW WILSON SMITH, JR. CHARLOTTE, N. C. Electrical Engineering HAROLD HASKELL SMITH SPINDALE, N. C. Textile Manufacturing LEWIS JESSE SMITH, JR. CULLOWHEE, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club; Assistant Chairman Agriculture Fair. EVERETT GORDON SPURLING, JR. FALLSTON, N. C. Architectural Engineering Engineers ' Council 4; Knight of St. Patrick; B. S. U. Council 4; President Beaux Arts Society 4. JOHN WALTER STALLINGS SELMA, N. C. Agronomy Monogram Club; Agriculture Club; Wrestling. _ ' FRANCIS MONTGOMERY STEELE, 2 I E WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Ceramic Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Keramos; En- gineers ' Council 2, 3; Interfraternitv Council 2, President 3; American Ceramic Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1, 2; Vutttug.an I, 2. THOMAS NEBLETT STEPHENSON RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Redcoat Band; A. S. M. E. EARL LYNWOOD STEWART RALEIGH, N. C. Textiles Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD BAIN STILWELL, JR., 2 X CHARLOTTE, N. C. Knitting Tompkins Textile Society. JOHN BRUCE STINSON BOONVILLE, N. C. Animal Industry Agriculture Club 2; B. S. U. Council 3; Alpha Zeta; AGROMECK 1, 3, 4; Agriculturist 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi. JAMES ARCHIBAL JR., n K A Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.; 30 3; Engineers ' Council; Football. JAMES R. STONE, JR. DURHAM, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; A. I. E. E.; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN ANTHONY STRAUS NEW YORK, N. Y. Textile Management Pan-American Club; Tompkins Textile Society; AGRO- MECK; Wataifan. JOHN PHILIP STROLE CHADBOURN, N. C. Animal Husbandry Alpha Zeta; Agriculture Club; Student Council 1, 2. 3; B. S. U. President 3. STROUPE Kappa Phi Kappa; Agriculture Club JOSEPH GWYN SUTHERLAND PEACHLAND, N. C. Agricultural Economics BURTON HENRY TAYLOR TARBOHO, N. C. Animal Industry Agriculture Club; Y. M. C. A. WINFRED PARKER TAYLOR WOODLAND, N. C. Textile Weaving Designing Y. M. C. A.; Tompkins Textile Society. CHARLES WILLIAM TEAGUE HICKORY, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. ROBERT T. TEAGUE, JR. NEWLAND, N. C. Agricultural Chemistry STANLEY ARTHUR TEISER HENDERSON, N. C. Chemical Engineering Theta Tau; Scabbard Blade; Upsilon Sigma Alpha; A. I. Ch. E.; Engineers ' Council. ALTON WELLS THOMAS, K T FAHMVILLE, N. C. Ceramic Engineering Keramos; Student Council; Engineers ' Council; Redcoat Band 1, 2, 3, 4; American Ceramic Society; President In- terfraternity Council; President Phi Kappa Tau. WALTON RAY THOMPSON BLACK CREEK, N. C. Floriculture Golden Chain; Alpha Zeta; Agriculture Club; Horti- culture Club; Glee Club; 4-H Supper Club; Technician 2, 3; Agriculturist Managing Editor 4; State College Hand- book; Y? M. C. A. JAMES GILLIAM THOMPSON GREENSBORO, N. C. Civil Engineering ZANE FURR THOMPSON GUILFORD COLLEGE, N. C. Architectural Engineering Veterans ' Club; Beaux Arts Society. RABY LEIGH TRAYLOR, JR. NORLINA, N. C. Industrial Engineering Mu Beta Psi; Student Government 3; Redcoat Band; Concert Band; Yellow Dogs 1, 2, 3. EDWIN FRANKLIN TROY, JR., n K WILMINGTON, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.; Wrestling 3; Technician Business Staff 1, 2. CHARLES L. TUCKER, JR. WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Agricultural Chemistry JOHN DOUGLAS TRIPP BLOUNTS CREEK, N. C. Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Alpha Zeta; Sears Scholarship Club; Y. M. C. A.; B. S. U; Agriculture Club; F. F. A. ISAAC NORRIS TULL, JR., S N SHAKER HEIGHTS, OHIO Electrical Engineering Mu Beta Psi; Eta Kappa Nu; A. I. E. E. Vice-President 3, President 4; Redcoat Band 1, 2, 4, President 4; Con- cert Band 1, 3, 4; R. O. T. C. 1, 2; Engineers ' Council; Interfratemity Council 2. 3; Yellow Dogs; Technician 3, Business Manager 4; Publications Boaxd 4. UES ROLANL JAMES ROLAND TURBEVILLE ATLANTA, GA. Electrical Engineering r " ' fc ' lA " l-t Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; A. I. E. E.; Engineers ' Council. KENNETH WYATT UNDERWOOD SALEMBUBG, N. C. Agricultural Education Alpha Sigma; Kappa Phi Kappa. WILLIAM MERRIMON UPCHURCH, JR. DURHAM, N. C. Architectural Engineering Pi Tau Sigma; Blue Key; Golden Chain; Junior Class President 1943. LEONARDO VALDERRAMA LIMA, PERU Occupational Information Guidance President Pan-American Club. SALVADOR VALENCIA, A A T MEXICO Textile Manufacturing Phi Psi; Pan-American Club; Swimming I, 2; Watait- JOHN GRAVES VANN, JR., K A RALEIGH, N. C. Ceramic Engineering Keramos; Scabbard Blade; A. C. S. Con- HERBERT S. VERRILL, A X A WESTBROOK, ME. Textile Management FRED HOMEWOOD WAGONER GlBSONVILLE, N. C. Animal Industry President Student Government 4; Golden Chain Vice- President 3; Blue Key President 3; Alpha Zeta Scribe 3; Monogram Club; Agriculture Club; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet Member 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4, Southern Conference Runner-up 1943; Agriculturist 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 3; 4-H Supper Club President 2; Dormi- tory Assistant; Swift Collegiate Essay Winner 1946; Best Dormitory Intramural Manager 3; Athletic Council 4. JOHN BRYAN WAGONER GlBSONVILLE, N. C. Animal Industry Alpha Zeta; Upsilon Sigma Alpha; Golden Chain Presi- dent 4; Blue Key; Monogram Club; Agriculture Club; 4-H Supper Club; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Agri- culturist; Secretary Junior Class; Vice-President Senior Class. CARL H. WALKER, JR. BAILEY, N. C. Electrical Engineering Theta Tau; Wesley Foundation; A. I. E. E. GEORGE WAYNE WALKER, JR. FRANKLIN, N. C. Animal Production Agriculture Club; Football; Wrestling. PERCY NATHANEAL WALLACE, 2 n FRANKLINVILLE, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Tompldns Textile Society. DANIEL RICHARD WARREN, JR. DUNN, N. C. Animal Production Agriculture Club. EDWARD WARREN, JR. WILSON, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; AGROMECK; Student Council. GEORGE SPARROW WATKINS CHARLOTTE, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. K. E.; Engineers ' Council; R. O. T. C. 1, 2. JOSEPH ALLEN WATSON MOBVEN, N. C. Agricultural Education ' " . f EARL ROSCOE WEATHERLY COLUMBIA, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. Ja i t ? - w i . RICHARD MILLER WEATHERLY GREENSBORO, N. C. Diesel Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma. HAROLD STENTON WEISS, SAM MONTICELLO, N. Y. Agricultural Economics Agriculture Club; Pan-American Club. SAM EARL WESTBROOK DUNN, N. C. Track 2, 3; Glee Club; Agriculture Club; Mu Beta Sigma. PAUL LOUIS WESTPHAL HOLLIS, N. Y. Textile Management WILLIAM LACY WHARTON, JR., A X A WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club. JULIAN ELDER WHITE, JR., 2 N RALEIGH, N. C. Dairy Manufacturing Mu Beta Psi; Band 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3. JOHN KERR WHITFIELD ASHEBORO, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma; A. S. M. E.; Pine Burr. GEORGE TRAVIS WIGGINS, A 2 J MOUNT OLIVE, N. C. Animal Industry Agriculture Club; Track 1, 2. STEPHEN CHARLES WILBER, JR., A X A CHARLOTTE, N. C. Architectural Engineering Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; Beaux Arts Society; Engineers ' Council President 4; Blue Key; Phi Eta Sigma President 2; Sou- thern Engineer 3. HAROLD CARROLL WILLIAMS MIDDLESEX, N. C. Mechanical Engineering JOHN HOWARD WILLIAMS, 2 X Texlne Manufacturing WILLIAM CHESTER WILLIFORD ELM CITY, N. C. Agt ' onoifi} t Field Crops.) Agriculture Club; Sears Scholarship Club; Agronomy Club; Agriculturist. CHARLES EDWIN WILSON, JR. RALEIGH, N. C. Electrical Engineering FRONTIS LEE WILSON JoNESBORO, N. C. Agricultural Education Agriculture Club; F. F. A. JAM IS ALVIN WILSON SCOTLAND NECK, N. C. Agronowiv (Field Crops) ttf n Agriculture C ' lulr, Monogram Club President; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football; R. O. T. C 1 . ' Svif N ALLISON WILSON LoUISBURG, N. C. floriculture (rt. ' w CLARENCE OLIVER WIMBISH STONEVILLE, N. C. Chemical Engineering JOHN MOREHEAD WITHERSPOON LEXINGTON, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.; A. I. Ch. E. FLOYD CHESTER WITTEN, 2AM GASTONIA, N. C. Mechanical Engineering I. Ae. S. 2, 3; A. S. M. E. 4. JI TSUN WOO SHANGHAI, CHINA Textile Manufacturing GEORGE VERNON WOODARD SPRING HOPE, N. C. Animal Production Agriculture Club. WILLIS LESTER WOODALL, 2 n SMITHFIELD, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Tlu-ta Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; A. S. M. E.; Student Council 2, 4; Engineers ' Council 4; R. O. T. C. THOMAS FOWLER WOODSIDE, n K A CHARLOTTE, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.; Interfraternitv Council; Student Council; Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class; President Charlotte Club. FRANCIS LAKEY WOOTEN, JR., A A T WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.; Southern Engineer. GEORGE WILLIAMS WORTH, 2 A E RALEIGH, N. C. Architectural Engineering Beaux Arts Society; Engineers ' Council. JOSEPH JAMES WYNNE MANCHESTER, MASS. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E. A ' ' BRAXTON LEWIS YOUNG, JR. SALISBURY, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering I. Ae. S.; R. O. T. C. WILLIAfl GREENSBORO, N. C. .Dairy Manufacturing R. O. T. C. 1..-2, 3, B;irrmvarming Committee ' 43; Agri- culture Club Vice ( ' resident 4. STUART LOUIS ZECKENDORF NEWARK, N. J. Plant Pathology Alpha Zeta; Agriculture Club; Student Council; Agri- culturist. EDMUND JOSEPH DUPRE ' NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Textiles ARCHIE WAYLAND FUTRELL, JR., 2 X SHVILLE, X. C. Mechanical Engineering " f 1 . S. M. E.; Pi Tau Si RAY CAMPBELL HOOVER, JR., n K A CONCOBD, X " . C. THOMAS ALEXA.XD1 II JOXTS. II K A CHARLOTTE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Swimming team 1; All-Campus Wrestling 4, Volleyball 2, Softball 2; A. S. M. E.; Representative Engineers ' Council 3. JAMES NORMAN McDONALD, JR. CHARLOTTE, N. C. Textile Manufacturing JAMES THOMAS MOSS YOUNGSVILLE, N. C. Animal Industry Alpha Zeta Chancellor 4; Blue Key; Golden Chain; Student Council 4; AGROMECK 3; Agriculturist 3; Agricul- ture Club Vice-President 2; Reporter 3; Dormitory Assistant 3, 4. FERDINAND CLARENCE STALLINGS, JR. JAMESVILLE, N. C. Soils R. O. T. C. 1, 2; Agriculture Club; Agronomy Society; Agriculture Fair ' 46. SIDNEY ANNE TOOLEY BELHAVEN, N. C. Textile Weaving and Design HARRY WALCOFF, 2AM TRENTON, N. J. Textile Management Photographer AGROMECK and Technician 4; Executive Honor Commitee; Tompkins Textile Society. JOHN M. PHARR EDGAR A. ORR JOHN B. WAGONER ROBERT H. REYNOLDS MERLIN A. MEARES MAURICE J. PICKLER GRADY A. MARTIN H. EUGENE LEGRAND C. RUFUS McNAm VERNON M. BARNES, JR. DOUGLAS T. HOUSE JAMES T. JOHNSON FRED H. WAGONER JOHN F. FISLER CHARLES E. SCHREYER, JR. WALTON R. THOMPSON WILLIAM M. UPCHURCH O. M. GARDNER, JR. J. T. Moss THE JUNIOR CLASS GLENN H. ADAIR Beaufort, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering I. Ae. S. JAMES J. ADAMS Sioux Falls, S. D. Aeronautical Engineering Cross Country 2, 3-, Track 1, 2, 3. ROBERT G. AGNEW, K S Charlotte, N. C. Mechanical Engineering HENRY G. ALEXANDER, 2 X Charlotte, N. C. Textile Management Wrestling 1, 2. JOHN B. ALEXANDER Charlotte, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. HARRY A. ALLEN, JR. 2 X Charlotte, N. C. General Engineering Track 1, 2. JOHN W. ALLISON Mooresville, N. C. Agricultural Education HUBERT M. ALTVATER Greensboro, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. THOMAS B. ANDREWS, JR Mt. Gilead, N. C. Mechanical Engineering IRA P. ANTIN, 2AM Bronx, N. Y. Agricultural Chemistry Society of Agricultural Chemists; Pan-American Club; Ag. Club; Wataugan Staff 1; Technician Staff 2; Student Honor Committee 3; Second Lt. R. O. T. C. 1, 2. JOHN R. ARMSTRONG, JR Jamestown, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. Treasurer. DAN R. ARHOWOOD Concord, N. C. Textiles Football 1. IRVING D. AUSTIN K elford, N. C. Mechanical Engineering WALTER E. AVERY, III Brunswick, Ga. Monogram Club Secretary-Treasurer; Ae. Club; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, Major 2; Swimming 1, 2, 3; Ag. Chem. Honor Committee 3. JAMES W. BAILEY, JR Raleigh, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering Monogram Club; Swimming 1, 2, 3. ROBERT S. BAKER Charlotte, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Vet ' s Club; Honor Council. JESSE G. BALL . . Raleigh, N. C. Civil Engineering CARL W. BALLARD Swannanoa, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Tompkins Textile Society; Football 1, 2, 3. MARGARET M. BAREFIELD Aberdeen, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.; AGROMECK 2, 3; Council Wesley Founda- tion. DODSON R. BARINEAU Lincolnton, N. C. Mechanical Engineering EDWARD I. BARTON Alexandria, Va. Geological Engineering A. I. M. E. Secretary; Southern Engineer Staff ' 42, ' 43. BRUCE E. BEAMAN, II K A Greensboro, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Head Cheerleader 3; Intrpmurals; Southern Engi " e?r Editorial Staff 3; Wataugan Circulation M- naper 3: D- " mitorv Assistant 3; Radio Announcer WNCS 3; A. S. M. E.; Student Representative to Athletic Council. GILBERT S. BENSON, A 2 4 ... .Reisterstown, Md. Land Architecture JOE H. BERRIER Lexington, N. C. Civil Engineering Theta Tau; A. S. C. E. C. G. BINGENHEIMER, IT K A . .Burlington, N. C. Mechanical Engineering I. F. C. 2; A. S. M. E.; Redcoat Band 1. 2. 3; Mu Beta Psi 3; Track 1; Technician 1, Snorts Editor 2; I. F. C. Dance Committee 2. ROBERT L. BIRD, n K A Raleigh, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. C. E.; Intramural Boxing ' 46; AGROMECK; R. O. T. C. 1, Sergeant 2. CLARENCE E. BLACKSTOCK, JR. . . . Asheville, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club Secretary 2, 3; R. O. T. C. 1, 2. ELWOOD T. BLACKWELL Oxford, N. C. Agricultural Engineering Ag. Club. NCS TflTE Chemical Engineering ' Jlub. THE JUNIOR CLASS THOMAS C. BLALOCK Black Creek, N. C. Animal Industry Wrestling 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2. CHARLES E. BLOSSOM New Bedford, Mass. WILLARD H. BLUE, JR., A K 2 . . .Nashville, Tenn. Textiles Wrestling 1 . WILLARD H. BLUE, JR., A K E . . .Nashville, Tenn. Chemical Engineering A. S. C. E. JACK A. BOCOOK, 2 X Asheville, N. C. Architectural Engineering Mu Beta Psi; Beaux Arts 2, 3; Redcoat Band 1, 2, 3. VERNON B. BODENHEIMEH . . . .High Point, N. C. nical Eng ' Vets ' Ch JAMES P. BOGER, 2 E Concord, N. C. Mechanical Engineering I. F. C.; A. I. Ch. E.; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Wataugan 1, 2; S. P. E. President 3; Athletic Manager 2. RONALD W. BOLING, A 2 . Hendersonville, N. C. Ceramic Engineering Keramos; American Ceramic Society; Freshman Sopho- more Dance Chairman. HENRY BOLTHEK New York, N. Y. Mechanical Engineering Football 1; Swimming; Kappa Psi Epsilon. ARCHER E. D. BOOKER, K 2 Halifax, Va. Textiles Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Secret Order of the Rail. DAVID L. BOWEN Burgaw, N. C. Animal Husbandry Ag. Club. EARL G. BOWEN Plymouth, N. C. Theta Tau; Y. M. C. A. President 1, 2, Treasurer 3; Vice-Regent Theta Tau 2; A. S. M. E. Treasurer 2. MERLE F. BOWEN Salisbury, N. C. Electrical Engineering GRADY W. BOWERS, JR Jackson Heights, N. Y. K Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. ALFRED P. BOWMAN, K T Hickory, N. C. Electrical Engineering MARSHALL B. BOYCE Albemarle, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing JOHN C. BOYTER, n K A Charlotte, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Blue Key; Pi Tau Sigma; A. S. M. E.; AGKOMECK 2; Business Manager Wataugan 3; R. O. T. C. Lieutenant 1, Captain 2; Publications Board; Social Func- tions Committee. CHARLES L. BRASWELL, 2 X .... Princeton, N. C. Mechanical Engineering SAMUEL T. BRIGGS Pfafftown, N. C. Agricultural Education Intramurals 1. WILLIAM A. BRITT, A 2 Wendell, N. C. General Engineering WILLIAM J. BROOKS, K 2 Red Springs, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. KING R. BROSE .New York, N. Y. Mechanical Engineering HERBERT M. BROWDER, JR Weldon, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch E. WILLIAM T. BROWN Charlotte, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Tompkins Textile Society; Charlotte Club; AGROMECK 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM SANFORD BURNETTE, JR. . .Canton, N. C. SPOTTSWOOD B. BURWELL Henderson, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Mu Beta Psi. FRED W. BUTNER, JR., 2 II . . Winston-Salem, N. C. Architectural Engineering Redcoat Band; Yellow Dogs; Beaux Arts. FRANK L. CALDWELL Davidson, N. C. Electrical THE JUNIOR CLASS JESSE G. CAMP, JR., A A T ..... . Ahoskie, N. C. Chemical Engineering Phi Tau; A. I. Ch. E.; Yellow Dogs; Band 1, 2; Glee Club 2. ARTHUR B. CAPPER, JH Charlotte, N. C. Mechanical Engineering R. O. T. C. 1, 2; Intramurals. CARL O. CARLIN, JR New Bedford, Mass. Chemical Engineering ROY W. CARNES, n K A Whiteville, N. C. Mechanical Engineering P. I. G. Club 2. JAMES C. CARPENTER Rutherfordton, N. C. Agricultural Education THOMAS B. CARPENTER Greensboro, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; A. S. M. E. MYRA T. CARTER, K K T Gastonia, N. C. Textile Designing Cheerleader; AGROMECK. GARRY C. CARSON Democrat, N. C. Agricultural Education Vets ' Club; Ag. Club. THEODORE V. CARSON Roanoke, Va. Electrical Engineering MARTIN W. CASEY Goldsboro, N. C. floriculture Ag. Club. ROHERT V. GATES Winston-Salem, N. C. Chemical Engineering HUGH A. CAZEL Asheville, N. C. Industrial Engineering Y. M. C. A. Cabinet ' 42, ' 43. CHARLES W. CHILDREY Richmond, Va. Electrical Engineering PAUL E. CHURCH, JR North Wil kesboro, N. C. Dairy Manufacturing FRANK C. COCKINOS Charlotte, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. S. C. E. RALPH S. COLE, JR., 2 E ... .Greensboro, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ROGER D. COLE Forest City, N. C. Agricultural Economics Mu Beta Psi; Redcoat Band; Concert Band; Orchestra. FRED TILLMAN COLLINS, JR Nashville, N. C. Electrical Engineering ALFRED L. COLTRANE Reidsville, N. C. Agricultural Economics Ag. Club; Y. M. C. A.; R. O. T. C. 1, 2. EARL R. COOK, 2 n Kannapolis, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. TONY CORNACCHIONE Statesville, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.; Aquinas Club. STANLEY W. CORRIHER China Grove, N. C. Agricultural Education EDVARDO CORTINA Altamirano, Mexico Textiles ROBERT B. COURTS Reidsville, N. C. Agricultural Education Football 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4. ROBERT F. CRAIG Stanley, N. C. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society. JOHN R. CRAMSIE, K T Montreal, Canada Textile Dyeing Sigma Pi Alpha; Tompkins Textile Society; Textile Colorists and Chemists; Interfraternity Council. FRANK N. CRAVEN Pittsburgh, Pa. Forestry R. O. T. C. 1, 2. ALTER C. CREDLE, JR Belhaven, N. C. Mechanical Engineering TflTE THE JUNIOR CLASS JAMES W. CREECH East Flat Rock, N. C. Chemical Engineering DUARD F. CRESS Salisbury, N. C. Agriculture BENJAMIN R. CRIGLER, 2 E . .Chapel Hill, N. C. Mechanical Engineering. A. S. M. E. HARRY H. CUMMINGS Kingston, N. C. Architectural Engineering ROBERT T. CURRIN Littleton, N. C. Chemical Engineering JOHN H. CYRUS Louisburg, N. C. Agricultural Education AC. Club; Student Council; Chairman Honor Committee; Teacher Education Department. ALFRED C. DAVIS Charlotte, N. C. Architectural Engineering Monogram Club; Beaux Arts Society; Track 1, 2, Cross Country 2. IRA K. DAVIS, 2 4 E Charlotte, N. C. Architectural Engineering JAMES M. DAVIS East Bend, N. C. Agricultural Education JOEL H. DAVIS, JR Newport, N. C. Civil Engineering JOHN T. DAVIS Raleigh, N. C. Engineering LUTHER C. DAVIS, JR Micro, N. C. Chemical Engineering MARTIN V. B. DAVIS, JR., 2 X . .New Bern, N. C. Architectural Engineering Theta Tau; Beaux Arts Society; Vets ' Club; Southern Engineer. CHARLES S. DAVID, JR., 2 X ..... . Asheville, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.; Monogram Club; Varsity Baseball 1; All- Campus Basketball 1. JAMES G. DEAN Louisburg, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.; R. O. T. C. 1, 2. JACOB T. DELAMAR, n K A Charlotte, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Track 1, 2. EDGAR S. DELLINGER Marshville, N. C. Architectural Engineering CLAUDE R. DENNY Winston-Salem, N. C. Chemical Engineering Vets ' Club; Y. M. C. A. ROGER C. DICKINSON Jesup, N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; A. IV E. E.; Companion of St. Patrick 1. WILLIAM J. DIXON, JR., S E Raleigh, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Manager Wrestling 2; Sigma Phi Epsilon President 3; JAMES W. DOGGETT Princeton, W. Va. Architectural Engineering JOHN E. DOZIER, JR Raleigh, N. C. Industrial Engineering CAMERON R. DUDLEY, 2 E ... .Kinston, N. C. Architectural Engineering THOMAS C. DUKE Statesville, N. C. Electrical Engineering EUGENE K. BAKES Clinton, N. C. Agronomy Ag. Club. JOSEPH L. EDGE Fayetteville, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops) Ag. Club; Agronomy Club; Rifle Team 1, 2, Captain 2. HERNDON R. EDGERTON Buies Creek, N. C. Civil Engineering HASKELL L. EDWARDS Marshville, N. C. Agricultural Economics THE JUNIOR CLASS SYDNOR D. ELKINS Liberty, N. C. Chemical Engineering HOWARD C. ELLIOTT, A K n Charlotte, N. C. Architectural Engineering ROBERT E. ELLIS Marion, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering JOHN D. EVANS Kenly, N. C. Electrical Engineering Vets ' Club; Monogram Club; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Vice- President Sophomore Class. ORIN HENRY FAGALA Durham, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. Vice-President; Secretary Pi Tau Sigma. ALTON M. FAIRES, 2 N ......... .Wallace, N. C. Ceramic Engineering A. C. S. ERNEST L. FALL WELL Raleigh, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. GILBERT M. FARRIOR Raleigh, N. C. Chemical Engineering IRVING FELDMAN Brooklyn, N. Y. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. Secretary; Basketball 1; AGROMECK Business Staff. EDISON Me. FIELDS Elkin, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering EDWARD J. FISHER Raleigh, N. C. Mechanical Engineering WILLARD L. FISHER Salisbury, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Band; R. O. T. C. 1, 2. JAMES M. FORD Alexandria, La. Chemical Engineering Math Club; Engineers ' Club; Physics Club. WILLIAM L. FOSTER Hendersonville, N. C. Wildlife Conservation and Management JOHN W. FOUTS Lexington, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.; Theta Tau. NED M. FOWLER Shelby, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. B. DAVID FRANKLIN Asheville, N. C. Forestry EDWARD L. FRAZELLE, 2 E .... Raleigh, N. C. Mechanical Engineering R. O. T. C.; International Relations Club; Y. M. C. A. WILLIAM F. FREEMAN, JR., 2 n .High Point, N. C. Architectural Engineering Beaux Arts Society; Student Council 1, 2. HOMER B. FRIDAY, JR Salisbury N. C. Chemical Engineering Redcoat Band; Radio Station WNCS. GEORGE A. FULLER, JR Hickory, N. C. Electrical Engineering Radio Club. CLEGG M. FURR Oakboro, N. C. Ceramic Engineering A. C. S. JORDAN C. GALLOS Winston-Salem, N. C. Architecture Sigma Pi Alpha; Mu Beta Psi; Beaux Arts Society; Baud; Orchestra. HOWARD L. GANDY Hartsville, S. C. Industrial Engineering HOWARD K. GARMON Charlotte, N. C. Architecture DAVIS S. GILBERT Winston-Salem, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.; Intramurals 1, 2. JOHN B. GILLETT, 2 X Charlotte, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. 2, 3; Rifle Team 2, 3; Southern Engineer 3. MELVYN GLASER New York, N. Y. Textile Management Intramural Manager 2, 3; AGROMECK Business Staff 2, 3; Textile Forum Business Staff 2, 3; Tompkins Textile So ciety; Vets ' Club. F THE JUNIOR CLASS LEONARD A. GOLDMAN, SAM .... Brooklyn, N. Y. Textile Management Tompkins Textile Society; Vets ' Club; Tennis Team; I. F. C. WILLIAM A. GOOCH, JR ......... Durham, N. C. Mechanical Engineering R. W. GOODRICH, JR., 2 S E . Winston-Salem, N. C. Electrical Engineering Student Council 2; Freshman Class Treasurer 1. OLIN M. GORDON, n K ........ Monroe, N. C. Civil Engineering ALFRED L. GREEN .............. Durham, N. C. Agricultural Economics Golf 2; Student Ag. Fair; Honor Council; Ag. Club 1, 2, 3; College 4-H Club 2, 3. DANIEL B. GREEN ........ Hendersonville, N. C. General Engineering JAMES F. GREENE, JR ........... Shelby, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. ROBERT C. GREENE .......... Greensboro, N. C. Textile Manufacturing BRYAN B. GRESHAM, JR. . . . ....... Belmont, N. C. Architecture JOHN E. GRIFFIN .............. Sanford, N. C. Civil Engineering ROBERT P. GUIRETTE ...... Mexico City, Mexico Textiles Phi Psi; Sigma Pi Alpha; Aquinas Club; Tompkins Textile Society; Varsity Tennis Team; Pan-American Club. GEORGE G. HACKER ............ Stanley, N. C. Textile Management Vets ' Club. WILLIAM E. HALL .......... Yadkinville, N. C. Animal Industry JOHN H. HAMILTON, JR ......... Raleigh, N. C. Rural Sociology Honor Council. WILLIAM T. HAMMOND ........ Charleston, S. C. Mechanical Engineering GUILFORD T. HAMRICK ...... Forest City, N. C. Textile Manufacturing DAVID H. HANCOCK, A A T ... .Lawrence, Mass. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.; Aquinas Club; R. O. T. C. 1, 2; I. F. C. DAYTON E. HARDWICK, JR ....... Louisburg, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Louisburg Junior College; Georgia Tech. CARROLL C. HARMON .......... Gastonia, N. C. Architecture GEORGE O. HARRELL, A 2 ...... Raleigh, N. C. Ceramic Engineering A. C. S. Treasurer 2; Radio Station WNCS Announcer 3; Student Government Treasurer 3; Chairman Rules Committee; Intramurals, Softball 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3; AGROMECK 3; Football Editor Technician 3, Assistant Sports Editor 3; Y. M. C. A.; New Student Committee 3. HERMAN R. HARRIS .......... Lynnhaven, Va. Textile Weaving and Dyeing Dormitory Assistant. KAY F. HARRIS .................. Dallas, N. C. Agricultural Chemistry Ag. Club. OSCAR A. HARRISON ............ Wilson, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. MACK HARVEY, n K ...... Lincolnton, N. C. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society. CHARLES C. HASSELL ........ Tokoma Park, Md. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. SIDNEY J. HASSELL .............. Roper, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops) Y. M. C. A.; Ag. Club; Agronomy Club. WILLIAM F. HAUGHTON .... Staten Island, N. Y. Civil Engineering Vets ' Club; A. I. C. E.; R. O. T. C. 1, 2. OSCAR P. HAY, JR., K A . . ..... Raleigh, N. C. Architecto " T rliOLFPAC THE JUNIOR CLASS WILLIAM R. HAYES, 2 X Norlina, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering Theta Tau; Mu Beta Psi; I. Ae. S.; Band. CUYLER F. HEATH, JR Washington. D. C. Agricultural Education ROBERT W. HEDRICK Siler City, N. C. Architecture Beaux Arts Society; Baseball Manager 1; Football Mana ger 2, 3; Wataugan 2. CLINT L. HEGE Advance, N. C. Agriculture Baseball 1, 2. CHARLES M. HENDRIX, JR Svvannanoa, N. C. Chemical Engineering ROBERT L. HENDRIX Salisbury, N. C. Agricultural Education FRED R. HICKS, II K A High Point, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E-; Vice-President Pi Kappa Alpha. WILLIAM W. HINTON, A A T Selma, N. C. General Engineering A. S. M. E. JAMES C. HOBBS, 2 X Raleigh, N. C. Mechanical Engineering SAMUEL A. HODNETT Durham, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. GERALD E. HOOK Elon College, N. C. General Engineering HARVEY O. HOOK . .Elon College, N. C. Electrical Engineering EUGENE T. HORD, TR Raleigh, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Tompkins Textile Society; Tennis 1. HENRY F. HOUSER Charlotte, N. C. Chemical Engineering JOSEPH J. HOUSTON Bonlee, N. C. Textiles Student Goyernment; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Textile Forum. Louis S. Hovis Dallas, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. THEODORE T. HOWE, 2 n Durham, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Tompkins Textile Society; R. O. T. C. 1. E. KEITH HOWELL Swannanoa, N. C. Electrical Engineering Mu Beta Psi; Y. M. C. A.; Redcoat Band; Yellow Dogs; Glee Club; Trailvvood Council. CHARLES Q. HUFFSTETLER, JR Gastonia, N. C. Electrical Engineering JOSEPH R. HUGHES Asheville, N. C. Electrical Engineering BILLY W. HULL Vale, N. C. Agricultural Education JAMES S. HUNT High Point, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E E. CHARLES R. IBACII, 2 X Charlotte, N. C. Textiles Phi Eta Sigma; Tompkins Textile Society Vice-President 3. LINWOOD S. INSCOE Nashville, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Mu Beta Psi; A. S. M. E.; Band; Glee Club. NORMAN S. IRELAND Pleasantville, N. J. Mechanical Engineering Theta Tau; A. S. M. E. AIDEN M. JACKSON Raleigh, N. C. Electrical Engineering WILLIAM W. JARVIS, JR Movock, N. C. Animal Production Ag. Club. ELWIN P. JOHNSON Delco, N. C. Agricultural Chemistry Swimming 1 , 2. TflTE THE JUNIOR CLASS GLENWOOD P. JOHNSON Goldsboro, N. C. Textile Management Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1. WILLIAM E. JOHNSON, JR Asheville, N. C. Mechanical Engineering BEN F. JONES Kannapolis, N. C. Animal Industry HUGH O ' N. JONES, JR Portsmout h, Va. Industrial Engineering Intramural Baseball; AGHOMECK Staff; Student ' s Welfare Committee; R. O. T. C. J. T. JONES, Jn Shelby, N. C. Textile Weaving and Designing Band 2. JOSEPH S. JONES, JR Ridgeway, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.; Football. M. L. JONES, JR Zirconia, N. C. Agricultural Education OWEN R. JONES, n K $ Charlotte, N. C. Mechanical Engineering SAMUEL G. JONES, JR., A 2 $ ... .Lake Lure, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Fresh man- Sophomore Dance Committee. HAROLD M. KABAROW New York, N. Y. Dairy Manufacturing VINCENT W. KAFKA Great Neck, N. Y. Industrial Engineering CHARLES H. KAHN Concord, N. C. Civil Engineering Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Companion of St. Patrick; Freshman Football 1. MAX KAHN Baltimore, Md. Ceramic Engineering American Ceramic Society. LEO KATKAVECK Manchester, Conn. Textiles Monogram Club; Basketball 1, 2, Captain 3; Baseball. BENJAMIN E. KEARNEY Oxford, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ROY F. KENDRICK, A X A Shelby, N. C. Architectural Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Beaux Arts Society; Engineers ' Council. ROBERT C. KENNEDY Morganton, N. C. Industrial Engineering CLAUDE S. KIDD Dobson, N. C. Agronomy Ag. Club 1, 2, 3; Agronomy Club; 4-H Club; Agricul- turist; AGROMECK. WILLIAM D. KILLIAN Lincolnton, N. C. Agricultural Education ROBERT H. KILPATRICK Greensboro, N. C. Mechanical Engineering GERARD W. KING, JR Charlotte, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing VERNON A. KING Raleigh, N. C. Industrial Engineering CHARLES A. KIRBY Greensboro, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Vets ' Club. DAVID C. KIRKMAN Pleasant Garden, N. C. Industrial Engineering Y. M. C. A.; Wesley Foundation; Beaux Arts Society; Wrestling 1. WORTH C. KIRKMAN Pleasant Garden, N. C. Textiles CLARENCE E. KISTLER Star, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.; Crosscountry. DAN A. KNEE Charlotte, N, C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.; Tennis 1, 2. BENJAMIN F. KNOTT, A 2 Clarksville, Va. Agricultural Engineering THE JUNIOR CLASS WILLIAM F. RRAM, JR Mexico City, Mexico Agronomy (Field Crops) DONALD B. LAMPKE, II K A ... .Charlotte, N. C. Electrical Engineering Best Fraternity Athlete 2. CHAUNCEY M. LANE, K 2 .... Greensboro, N. C. Textiles JAMES W. LEE Dunn, N. C. Electrical Engineering JOSEPH S. LEEPER Gastonia, N. C. Civil Engineering Sigma Tau Sigma. DEWARD F. LEFLER Albemarle, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. JOSEPH V. LEMMOND Monroe, N. C. Electrical Engineering JOSEPH P. LEVASSEUR Hartford, Conn. Industrial Engineering Track; Monogram Club 1, 2; TECHNICIAN 2. ROBERT A. LEVINE Raleigh, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ' CALVIN E. LEWIS Rocky Point, N. C. Horticulture Ag. Club. HARRELL J. LEWIS Louisburg, N. C. Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Mu Beta Psi; Redcoat Band; A. I. Ch. E. JOHN B. LEWIS Waterbury, Conn. Electrical Engineering QUENTIN M. LEWIS Marshallberg, N. C. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society. JACK D. LIVERMAN Elizabeth City, N. C. Civil Engineering ROBERT T. LLOYD, JR Asheboro, N. C. Mechanical Engineering EARL E. LOCKLAIR Wilson, N. C. Chemical Engineering JAMES C. LODOR Wilmington, N. C. Mechanical Engineering JAMES B. LOWERY, A K n .New Bern, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Sigma Tau Sigma; Tompkins Textile Society; Vets ' Club. WILLIAM S. LOWERY Charlotte, N. C. Mechanical Engineering JACK P. LOY Burlington, N. C. Electrical Engineering JOHN S. LUCAS Greensboro, N. C. Textile Manufacturing RIDGEWAY T. LYNCH, B 8 IT Fairview, N. C. Mechanical Engineering JAMES N. McDoNALD Laurinburg, N. C. Textiles JUTHUEL A. McDuFFiE Lumberton, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. RALPH M. MCGEHEE Raleigh, N. C. Electrical Engineering B.A., Louisiana College, 1942. FREDERICK J. McGRATH, JR. . .Morris Plains, N. Y. Industrial Engineering Monogram Club; Footb all 1, 2; Wrestling 1, 2; Track 1, 2. HAROLD L. McKENZiE Laurinburg, N. C. Agriculture, Animal Production Ag. Club; Vets ' Club; Y. M. C. A. JAMES W. McKENZiE, JR., K 2 .Rockingham, N. C. Dairy Manufacturing NCSlQTE THE JUNIOR CLASS WALTER H. McKiNNON ...... Wadesboro, N. C. Electrical Engineering JAMES C. MACL,ACHLAN .......... Raleigh, N. C. Industrial Engineering A. I. Ch. E. ' 43. WALTER T. MCPHERSON ........ Mebane, N. C. Animal Industry Baseball 1, 2. JOHN D. MACKIE ............ Yadkinville, N. C. Animal Production Ag. Club; Agriculturist 1, 2, 3. JAMES B. MACY, TR ......... Morehead City, N. C. Mechanical Engineering University of Texas; Tulane University. JOHN W. MALLOY, TR ........... Cheraw, S. C. Textile Manufacturing Tompkins Textile Society. GERALD D. MALPASS, A A T ____ Whiteville, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. NEWTON W. MANDEL, SAM ____ New York, N. Y. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Tompkins Textile Society 1, 2, 3; Pan-American 1, 2; Technician 1, 2, 3; Debate Team 1, 2, 3; Student Legis- lature 1, 2, President 2. MAX MANESS . . ................ Biscoe, N. C. Agricultural Education GEORGE E. MARTIN ............ Jackson, N. C. Electrical Engineering WILLIAM L. MAYER, TH ........... Raleigh, N. C. Textile Management Tompkins Textile Societv; Technician 1, 2, Circulation Manager 2; Glee Club 1, 2. GILBERT C. MAYS ............ Weaverville, N. C. Textiles FLOYD C. MELBY ........ Thief River Falls, Minn. Electrical Engineering DORMAN L. MERCER ............ Bolivia, N. C. Agricultural Education Ag. Club. JAMES E. MESSICK ............ Charlotte, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Charlotte State Club; Keramos; Tompkins Textile Society; Freshman Tennis Team 1; Tennis Varsity 2. JOSHUA E. MEWBORN .......... Snow Hill, N. C. Agricultural Education Monogram Club; Ag. Club; Baseball 2, 3. THEODORE J. MEYER, JR ......... Charlotte, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.; Track 1. WILLAHD B. MIDGETTE .......... Raleigh, N. C. Ceramic Engineering Keramos; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; American Ceramic Society. JAMES F. MILLER ............ Belmont, N. C. Textile Management Tompkins Textile Society. LUTHER B. MILLER, JR ........... Merritt, N. C. Agricultural Engineering Yellow Does; Glee Club Vice-President; Ag. Club Vice- President; Student Honor Council; Agriculturist Business Staff. MARY E. MILLER .............. Raleigh, N. C. Textiles Textile Forum; Honor Council 2. THOMAS C. MILLSAPS .......... Asheboro, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Band; A. S. M. E.; Yellow Dogs; AGROMECK; Phi Eta Sigma. EARL B. MONTAGUE ............ Goldsboro, N. C. Civil Engineering Phi Eta Sigma. WILLIS E. MOODY, JR ............. Raleigh, N. C. Ceramic Engineering American Ceramic Society. PAUL E. MOORE. A X A ........ Raleigh, N. C. Chemical Engineering PHIFER E. MORAN, JR ..... Winston-Salem, N. C. Textile Management BEN R. MORRIS, K 2 .......... Gastonia, N. C. Textile Manufacturing SAMUEL J. MORRIS, JR .......... . Raleigh, N. C. Civil Engineering - s. c. L F P A C K_ THE JUNIOR CLASS WILLIAM D. MORRISON, JR Asheville, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering VANCE A. MORROW, 2 n Bethesda, Md. Ceramic Engineering American Ceramic Society. BOB S. MORTON Raleigh, N. C. Mechanical Engineering CHARLES M. Moss, JR., E n Kings Mountain, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi Vice-President; Tompkins Textile Society; Stu- dent Council. J. B. MULLINEAUX, JR., 2 N ... .New Bern, N. C. Textile Management FRANKLIN B. MYERS Pinehurst, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. RAY J. NERY North Andover, Mass. Chemical Engineering LEE B. NICHOLS Andrews, N. C. Industrial Engineering HAROLD L. NOBLES Stokes, N. C. Mechanical Engineering JOHN H. NORMAN Dobson, N. C. Textile Management MALCOLM D. NUNN Kinston, N. C. Mechanical Engineering WILLIAM M. OAKMAN Jamaica, N. Y. Textiles Glee Club; R. O. T. C.; Y. M. C. A. HENRY A. OGDEN Charlotte, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma; A. S. M. E. NORMAN J. OPPENHEIM Brooklyn, N. Y. Textile Manufacturing Tompkins Textile Society. LLOYD B. OUTLAW, JR Seven Springs, N. C. Agriculture HUBERT L. OWEN, JR Asheville, N. C. Industrial Engineering HAYWOOD M. PAGE Burgaw, N. C. Agriculture Intramurals, Basketball, Softball 2. LENNON M. PAGE Stedman, N. C. Industrial Engineering A. S. M?E. OREN A. PALMER, JR Raleigh, N. C. Electrical Engineering NICK C. PAPPAS Laurinburg, N. C. rical r Vets ' Electrical Engineering RAY J. PAREN Cliffside Park, N. J. Agricultural Chemistry JAMES W. PARKER, JR Raleigh, N. C. Electrical Engineering B. S. U.; A. I. E. E. WILLIAM R. PARKS Lenoir, N. C. Mechanical Engineering MILEY R. PARRISH Nashville, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. WARREN C. PARRISH Richmond, Va. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.; American Legion; Track 1. BENTON K. PARTIN Chadbourn, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. ROBERT B. PATTERSON, JR., 2 4 E . . Littleton, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.; Football 1; Student Welfare 2; Social Functions 2; Class President 2; Student Council Repre- sentative 2. ANDREW J. PATTON Franklin, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering e. S.; Vataugan 2, Editor 3; Publications Board. ALTER R. PECK Asheville, N. C. Electrical Engineering TflTE THE JUNIOR CLASS ANDREW L. PENDLETON .... Elizabeth City, N. C. Architectural Engineering CHARLES D. PENUEL Goldsboro, N. C. Electrical Engineering JOHN L. PERKINSON Norlina, N. C. Agricultural Education Y. M. C. A. HAROLD B. PETERSON, ATT Burnswick, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Tompkins Textile Society; Baseball 1 ; Wataugan 1 . HARTWELL PHILIPS Middlesex, N. C. General Engineering CAREY A. PHILLIPS Gary, N. C. Textiles Monogram Club; Football 1, 2, 3. MARSHALL H. PINNIX, A 2 Oxford, N. C. I. F. C. 2; Alternate to Engineers ' Council 2; A. J. Ch. E. 1, 2, 3; Redcoat Band 1, 2, 3; Reporter Technician 2, 3; Pledge Dance Committee 2; Engineers ' Ball Commit- tee 2. SAM F. POOLE Greensboro, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club. SAMUEL W. POPE Enfield, N. C. Agricultural Chemistry Ag. Club; Vets ' Club. LEWIS B. POTTER Charlotte, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. HENRY W. POWELL, JR., S E Orlando, Fla. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. GEORGE T. PREISINGER Badin, N. C. Chemical Engineering WALTER E. PRICE Selma, N. C. Wildlife Conservation and Management Oak Ridge Military Institute ' 38- ' 40; Duke University WILLIAM L. PROCTOR, JR Durham, N. C. Industrial Engineering A. I. E. E. 1, 2, Vice-Chairman Elect 2; Technician 1, 2, Managing Editor 2. CHARLES H. PROUT Owings, Md. Agricultural Engineering ELLIOTT H. PURLSON Verona, N. J. Wildlife Conservation and Management RAY J. QUEEN, n K Morganton, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.; Southern Engineer; Student Government Honor Council. DONALD W. RAHMES Oak Lawn, 111. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society. BEN F. RANKIN Huntersville, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.; Charlotte Club. WILLIAM L. RANKIN, JR. Gastonia, N. C. Textile Management JOHN L. RAY Burnsville, N. C. Chemical Engineering WILLIAM T. RAY Chapel Hill, N. C. Architectural Engineering Beaux Arts Society. JAMES C. REEVES, 2 n Raleigh, N. C. Chemical Engineering DAVID F. REID, TR Charlotte, N. C. Mechanical Engineering HUGH K. REID Charlotte, N. C. Electrical Engineering JOHN H. RHODES, 2 X West Hertford, Conn. Industrial Engineering GEORGE B. RICE Reidsville, N. C. Electrical Engineering RICHARD C. RICHARDSON Raleigh, N. C. Textile Chemistry jfft Dyeing " Z fTUJOLFPACK- THE JUNIOR CLASS CHARLES RICHKUS Hillside, N. J. Textiles Football 1, 2, 3. GEOBGE W. RIVENBARK Goldsboro, N. C. Mechanical Engineering WILLIAM C. ROBERTSON Goldsboro, N. C. General Engineering R. O. T. C. JESSE M. ROBINSON Fayetteville, N. C. Chemical Engineering JULIAN L. ROBINSON Hamlet, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. WILLIAM C. ROE Asheville, N. C. Industrial Engineering Vets ' Club; Y. M. C. A. NEWELL E. ROLLINS Fuquay Springs, N. C. Textiles WILLIAM H. ROLLINS Spindale, N. C. Textile Management LESTER W. ROSE, 2AM Durham, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. DURWOOD E. ROUSE Rose Hill, N. C. Electrical Engineering JOSEPH H. ROWE, JR. Mechanl Salisbury, N. C. cal Engineering IRVING G. RUDOLPH Salisbury, N. C. Civil Engineering WALTER G. RUMPLE Concord, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ROBERT W. RUSSELL, JR., 2 n . . High Point, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.; Pine Burr Society. JESUS F. SALAS Coahvila, Mexico Textiles EDWARD C. SALEEBY Wilson, N. C. Ceramic Engineering R. M. SALISBURY, K 2 Scotland Neck, N. C. Textile Management West Club 1. H. AUSTIN SAULS, A X A Charlotte, N. C. Textiles ROBERT P. SCHMIDT Raleigh, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. 1, 2; Interhonor Council 2; Alternate to Engineers ' Council 2; Companion of Saint Patrick 1; Business Staff Southern Engineer 1, 2. ARNOLD SELIGSON Ellington, Conn. Mechanical Engineering DONALD M. SELTZER Concord, N. C. Textile Manufacturing DAVE W. SEWELL, 2 X Greensboro, N. C. Ceramic Engineering President Junior Class; Blue Key. JOHN H. SHARPE Burlington, N. C. Agriculture ROBERT M. SHEPHERD, K A Weldon, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering LOWELL A. SHIVE Gastonia, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Tompkins Textile Society; Honor Council. CHARLES L. SHUFORD Arden, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering I. Ae. S.; Photographic Staff Technician, IRVIN A. SIGMON, 2 X Reidsville, N. C. Architectural Engineering ORMAN SILVERMAN, JR New York, N. Y. Textile Management ,,1TQTF THE JUNIOR CLASS DILLON SIMPSON Mount Airy, N. C. Civil Engineering JEANNETTE SIMPSON Raleigh, N. C. Architectural Engineering AGROMECK Features Editor 2. CHARLES B. SINK Lexington, N. C. Textile Knitting Tompkins Textile Society. FRED M. SIZEMORE, JR Concord, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing American Legion; Tompkins Textile Society. B. A. SKINNER, n K A Charlotte, N. C. Architectural Engineering Class Secretary 2; President 30 3; Blue Key; Track 1 , 2; AGROMECK 2. CLARENCE A. SMITH, JR Gary, N. C. Mechanical Engineering R. O. T. C, EDWARD D. SMITH, JR., n K .... Durham, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. HORACE SMITH Norfolk, Va. Industr ial Engineering JAMES T. SMITH, 2 X High Point, N. C. Mechanical Engineering JOHN W. SMITH, K T Raleigh, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.; Band; Cheerleader ' 43. NORFLEET N. SMITH Belhaven, N. C. Mechanical Engineering FRANKLIN H. SPAIN, JR Henderson, N. C. Agricultural Education Y. M. C. A.; Ag. Club; F. F. A.; Kappa Phi Kappa. JOHN E. SPEARMAN Greenville, N. C. Civil Engineering IRA J. SPRUNG New York, N. Y. Textile Management Tompkins Textile Society; Wataugan. JOHN E. STACY York, S. C. Animal Industry CHARLES W. STALEY Greensboro, N. C. Civil Engineering WILLIAM M. STANTON Rowland, N. C. Forestry Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM STARNES, JR Cherryville, N. C. Textiles JOSEPH E. STEVENS, 2 X Raleigh, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering WILLIAM J. STEVENSON, JR. . .Granite Falls, N. C. Electrical Engineering JOSEPH M. STEWART, 2 N Riverside, Conn. Textile Management Basketball Manager; Glee Club. HAROLD E. STINSON Boonville, N,- C. Animal Production Agriculturist Business Manager; AGHOMECK 1, 2; Alpha Zeta; Honor Council; Basketball; Publications Board. CRAIG H. STONE Mount Gilead, N. C. Architectural Engineering Beaux Arts Society; Baptist Student Union; International Relations Club; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. GREY E. STONE Mount Gilead, N. C. Electrical Engineering Theta Tau; A. S. E. E. ALFRED R. STOWE Belmont, N. C. Textiles PAUL D- STRICKLAND Raleigh, N. C. Textile Manufacturing NORFLEET L. SUGG Pinetops, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops) DONALD R. SWARTZ, 2 E Richmond, Va. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. Efg, SjMflKjSsun Club 2, THE JUNIOR CLASS HAYWOOD C. SWINDELL Edenton, N. C. Textiles (Knitting) Tompkins Textile Society. JAMES H. TAYLOR, JR Raleigh, N. C. Civil Engineering EDWARD W. TEAGUE Hickory, N. C. Textiles FRANKLIN J. TEAGUE Liberty, N. C. Animal Husbandry Freshman Y. M. C. A. Secretary ' 40; Y. M. C. A. Secretary ' 43; 4-H Supper Club; Agriculture Club; Y. M. C. A. ' 46; Agriculturist Feature Editor; Business Manager College Handbook; New Student Committee ' 43, ' 46. JENNINGS B. TEAL, 2 X McFarlan, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E. LANDIS M. TEMPLE Sanford, N. C. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. ARTHUR C. THOMPSON . . . .Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. B Electrical Engineering LOY F. THOMPSON, 2 X New Bern, N. C. General Engineering Engineers ' Council; Student Council ' 45. WILLIAM K. THORNTON West Point, Va. Textile Management Vets ' Club; Y. M. C. A., American Legion; President Sophomore Class; Vice-President Student Government; Dormitory Assistant. EDWARD B. THURMAN, K A Raleigh, N. C. Agricultural Engineering THOMAS M. TILLGY Raleigh, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering EDWARD O. TRAVIS, K A Scotland Neck, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Blue Key. JAMES H. TRUITT, 2 X Greensboro, N. C. Mechanical Engineering WILLIAM D. TURNER Henderson, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops) ROBERT P. UPCHURCH Raleigh, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops) Technician Reporter; Student Legislature. ALVARO G. URDANETA, JR Colombia, S. A. Textiles CLARENCE W. USKAVITCH Le Roy, N. Y. Electrical Engineering ENOLA MAE VAIL Pikeville, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering JAMES M. VAUGHN Carthage, N. C. Architectural Engineering DONALD B. VICK Sanford, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. DARIO P. VILLEGAS Colombia, South America Textiles EDWIN T. WADSWORTH, JR. . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. Electrical Engineering Vets ' Club; Rifle Team; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, Lt. 3. BETTIE K. WAGNER Lumberton, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.; AGROMECK 2, 3; Chairman Publicity A. I. Ch. E. JOHN B. WALKER, JR Marion, N. C. Industrial Engineering Sootball 1, 2. CHARLES H. WARD High Point, N. C. Textiles DONALD L. WARD Thomasville, N. C. Electrical Eng ineering Redcoat Band; Mu Beta Psi. CLARENCE L. WARREN Newton Grove, N. C. Vocational Agriculture DONALD M. WATSON Raleigh, N. C. Civil Engineering NCfi TuTTF THE JUNIOR CLASS ALVIN P. WAYNICK .......... Greensboro, N. C. Textile Manufacturing R. CECIL WELLS .............. Leicester, N. C. Animal Industry Ag. Club Treasurer ' 46, ' 47. JAMES J. WEST .............. Charlotte, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Phi Psi; Student Council; Vets ' Club Treasurer; Tomp- kins Textile Society; Technician; AGROMECK; Textile Forum Circulation Manager. BENJAMIN A. WHITE .......... Maxton, N. C. Agricultural Engineering R. O. T. C. GEORGE B. WHITFIELD .......... Asheboro, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Redcoat Band 1, 2; A. S. M. E. HENRY A. WHITFIELD, JR ..... Chapel Hill, N. C. Mechanical Engineering JOHN M. WILEY, X .......... Charlotte, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.; AGROMECK. ROBERT T. WILKERSON .......... Raleigh, N. C. Horticulture Ag. Club; Basketball 1; Agriculturist; Rifle Team; R. O. T. C. WILLIAM A. WILKINSON, JR ..... Concord, N. C. Mechanical Engineering EARL M. WILKIE ................ Gulf, N. C. Architectural Engineering CHARLES G. WILLARD ........ High Point, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. DURWOOD B. WILLIAMS .......... Godwin, N. C. Electrical Engineering HUGH A. WILLIAMS, JR., 2 n ... .Spencer, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Interfraternity Council; A. S. M. E.; Assistant EJitor Southern Engineer; Department Honor Committee; Presi- dent Sigma Pi. WOODY M. WILLIAMS, II K A ... .Fort Myers, Fla. Architectural Engineering Beaux Arts Society; Technician Assistant Editor 2; Managing Editor 3; Student Council 3; Delegate National Students " Conference 3; Chairman Promotion Committee 3. RALPH E. WILLIAMSON .......... Wilson, N. C. General Agriculture THOMAS G. WILLIS, K A ........ Raleigh, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. ALTON W. WILSON, A 2 ____ Hillsboro, N. C. Agricultural Education Ag. Club; B. S. U.; F. F. A.; Y. M. C. A. Treasurer 4; Circulation Manager Technician; Ag. Fair; Honor Commit- tee Teacher Education Department; Class Treasurer 3. BARRETT D. WILSON, JR ......... Raleigh, N. C. Textile Management Monogram Club; Band 1; Football 1, 2. FRANCES V. WILSON .......... Lakewood, N. J. Ceramic Engineering American Ceramic Society Secretary 3. HUGH H. WILSON, JR., n K A ---- Raleigh, N. C. Ceramic Engineering Keramos 2, 3, Treasurer 3; A. S. C. E. 2, 3, Vice-Presi- dent 3; Vice-President Pi Kappa Alpha 3; Steel Scholar- ship Award 2. JAMES M. WILSON ........ Roanoke Rapids. N. C. anical En A. S. M. Mechanical Engineering . E. JAMES W. WILSON ............ Raleigh, N. C. Agricultural Education JOHN D. WILSON .............. Littleton, N. C. Agricultural Education Alpha Zeta; Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag. Club; Student Government. GEORGE C. WINSTON .......... Asheville, N. C. Electrical Engineering Radio Club. KENNETH WOLF .............. Brooklyn, N. Y. Textile Management Tompkins Textile Society. DAVID A. WOMELE ............ Raleigh, N. C. Industrial Engineering Mu Beta Psi. JOSEPH W. WOOLLEN ........ High Point, N. C. Civil Engineering JAMES T. WOOTERS ...... ....... Kinston, N. C. " metrical THE JUNIOR CLASS RICHARD K. WORSLEY, 2 E Greenvillp N. C. Industrial Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Kappa Delta; Debating. JAKE H. WRIGHT, JR Middlesex, N. C. General Engineering ROBERT A. WYCKOFF, JH Stanley, N. C. Textile Management Tompkins Textile Society. EDWARD C. YATES, JR Raleigh, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma. ROY L. YELVERTON, JR Raleigh, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Theta Tau; A. S. M. E. ROBERT A. YODER, JR Charlotte, N. C. Chemical Engineering BRYCE R. YOUNTS Lexington, N. C. Agricultural Education Phi Eta Sigma; Class President 2. BERT M. ZUCKERMAN New York, N. Y. forestry JENNINGS B. EDWARDS Wilmington, N. C. Industrial Arts Wrestling 2, 3. ARTHUR E. GANTT Kings Mountain, N. C. Chemical Engineering CHARLES E. GARDNER Raleigh, N. C. Horticulture THOMAS R. GARRISON Charlotte, N. C. Mechanical Engineering JOSEPH D. HARTSOE Weldon, N. C. Chemical Engineering WALTER W. HOOK, JR., n K A . .Charlotte, N. C. Forestry P. I. G. Club 2. ARTHUR L. HOWE, A A T Niagara Falls, N. Y. Electrical Engineering HARRY T. LEWIS Raleigh, N. C. Chemical Engineering LOWELL F. LILES Farmville, N. C. Civil Engineering RILEY M. LITTLE Greensboro, N. C. Mechanical Engineering JOHN H. NORMAN Dobson, N. C. Textile Management TORE RUNHOVDE Moss, Norway Textile Manufacturing HERBERT J. SINGLETARY Lumberton, N. C. Pre-Veterinary REMUS J. SMITH Hillsboro, N. C. Mechanical Engineering W. O. VAUGHAN, S E . . Winston-Salem, N. C. Mechanical Engineering TflTE ' s+ 3i ' $u r ' .v ; . . . -x . . tPMfrm ftffVa li-i . ' ' MACK STAMP, III FLOYD I. HARPER V mjjjMm SOPHOMORES HEBER RAY ADAMS Greenville, N. C. ROGER LEE ADAMS, JR Winston-Salem, N. C. WILLIAM JACKSON ADAMS . . . . Statesville, N. C. ROBERT McD. ALEXANDER . . . .Greensboro, N. C. URAL WALDO ALEXANDER Kittrell, N. C. CLAUDE W. ALLEN, JR Creedmoor, N. C. DANIEL WEBSTER ALLEN Lexington, N. C. JOE JENKINS ALLEN Greenville, N. C. LEWIS M. ALLEN, 2 N Raleigh, N. C. SIDNEY B. ALLEN, II K A Greensboro, N. C. WILLIAM R. ALLEY, JR Marion, N. C. JAMES GLENN ALLGOOD Yadkinville, N. C. THOMAS G. ALLGOOD Wilson, N. C. THOMAS A. ALLISON, K A Statesville, N. C. CHARLES N. ALSTON, JR Concord, N. C. JAMES ALBERT ALTMAN Raleigh, N. C. JOHN WATSON ANDERSON .... High Point, N. C. HERBERT T. ANDREW Siler City, N. C. CARLTON A. ANDREWS, JR Durham, N. C. CLAY P. ANDREWS, JR Raleigh, N. C. GEORGE H. ANDREWS High Point, N. C. CHARLES E. ANGEL Winston-Salem, N. C. AUBREY Y. ARANT, JR Charlotte, N. C. HERBERT LITTLETON AREY Salisbury, N. C. ROBERT M. ARMFIELD Greensboro, N. C. SAM M. ARRINGTON Waynesville, N. C. WILLIAM RAY ARTHURS Apex, N. C. Louis J. ARTIOLI Springfield, Mass. WALTER MARSHALL ASBUBY . . . .Newton, N. C. COREY MOONEY ASHLEY Apex, N. C. FREDERICK LEE ATKINSON .... Fayetteville, N. C. HERMAN H. BABB, JR Murfreesboro, N. C. STUART O. BAESEL Charlotte, N. C. HOYT Q. BAILEY Shelby, N. C. THOMAS F. BAKER Summerville, S. C. JAMES MAHLON BALES Robbinsville, N. C. LESLIE N. BALLORD Goldsboro, N. C. JAMES W. BARBEE New Orleans, La. CHARLES EDWIN BARBER Greensboro, N. C. HORACE MASSEY BARBER Raleigh, N. C. NCS E SOPHOMORES JAMES C. BARBER, JR Barber, N. C. JIMMY BLAIR BARBER Mt. Airy, N. C. JOHN T. BARBER Winston-Salem, N. C. WORTH H. BARBER Winston-Salem, N. C. YATES M. BARBER Mayock, N. C. STANLEY ORIN BAREFOOT Dunn, N. C. JOSEPH C. BARKER, JR New Bern, N. C. RALPH B. BARKSDALE Whiteville, N. C. CHARLES W. BARNES Nashville, N. C. JAMES J. BARNES, JR Angier, N. C. JOHN L. BARNES Wilson, N. C. EUGENE W. EARNHARDT Raleigh, N. C. STEPHEN R. BAYER New York, N. Y. ROBERT F. BEACHUM Wadesboro, N. C. ANDREW J. BEALL, JR Charlotte, N. C. AUGUSTUS P. BEAM, IT K A Shelby, N. C. RICHARD F. BEAN East Bend, N. C. BEN I. BEAVER Spencer, N. C. JOHN R. BEAVERS Apex, N. C. GLEN M. BELL Wampee, S. C. RICHARD C. BELL Manteo, N. C. WILLIAM D. BELL Asheville, N. C. PAUL A. BENDER Norlina, N. C. JAMES K. BENFIELD Valdese, N. C. JAMES H. BENNETT Roanoke Rapids, N. C. FRED W. BENTZIEN Lyndhurst, N. J. JAY L. BERKETT New York, N. Y. RALPH I. BERMAN New York, N. Y. LUTHER H. BERRIER Lexington, N. C. ROY M. BERRY Charlotte, N. C. ROBERT A. BERRYHILL Charlotte, N. C. HENRY C. BIGGERS, JR Charlotte, N. C. DON A. BIGGERSTAFF Bessemer City, N. C. RICHARD Q. BISHOP Chambersburg, Pa. LEON W. BISSETTE, JR Greensboro, N. C. DAVID C. BLACK Charlotte, N. C. MALCOLM L. BLACKMON Erwin, N. C. GARY D. BLACKWELDER Cleveland, N. C. FLOYD N. BLACKWELL, JR Lenoir, N. C. THOMAS W. BLAKE Wilmington, N. C. L F P A C SOPHOMORES BERNARD C. BLANKENSHIP, JR. .Swannanoa, N. C. CLARENCE H. BLUE Vass, N. C. CAREY A. PHILLIPS Gary, N. C. HARRY L. BOGGAN Albemarle, N. C. WILLIAM H. BOND Upper Montclair, N. J. LAWSON C. BONDS Concord, N. C. CHARLES H. BONEY, 2 E . .Wilmington, N. C. JAMES E. BOST Eagle Springs, N. C. ARNOLD W. BOSWELL Raleigh, N. C. DAVID L. BOULDIN, JR., A A T . . High Point, N. C. LEO S. BOWDEN, JR Mocksville, N. C. JACK M. BOWERS Shelby, N. C. WALTER H. BOWERS Norwood, N. C. STEVE G. BOYCE Wadesboro, N. C. EDWIN F. BOYD, JR Stanley, N. C. JOHN L. BOYD Union, S. C. WADE H. BOYD, JR Charlotte, N. C. CLIFTON F. BOYETTE New Bern, N. C. RICHARD C. BOYETTE Goldsboro, N. C. ROBERT E. BOYETTE Goldsboro, N. C. OHEN T. BOYLES Pinnacle, N. C. NORMAN E. BRAKE Glenwood, Iowa JAMES A. BRANSCOMB . . . . Winston-Salem, N. C. ERNEST O. BHANSFORD, JR. .Winston-Salem, N. C. KENNETH E. BRANTLEY Zebulon, N. C. WILBUR T. BRANTLEY, A X A . . Fayetteville, N. C. JASPER L. BRASINGTON, JR Cheraw, S. C. LEVIE C. BHIDGER, JR., II K A . . Bladenboro, N. C. WILLIAM M. BRITT Garner, N. C. SOUTHGATE T. BRITT Murfreesboro, N. C. CLARENCE A. BROADWAY Norman, N. C. BRANTLEY A. BROCK Tarboro, N. C. JAMES C. BROOKS Raleigh, N. C. WILLIAM H. BROOKS Greensboro, N. C. ABRAM P. BROWER Staley, N. C. WILLIAM A. BROWER Wadesboro, N. C. ALLAN R. BROWN Roanoke Rapids, N. C. EDWARD A. BROWN Salisbury, N. C. JAMES E. BROWN, n K A Greensboro, N. C. JAMES Q. BROWN Roanoke Rapids, N. C. NCS lOTE SOPHOMORES RICHARD A. BBOWN, AS Cliffside, N. C. ED B. BRUTON Candor, N. C. MURRAY T. BRYAN Lumberton, N. C. JOSEPH R. BRYANT, A 2 Rich Square, N. C. MARSHALL G. BRYANT .... Winston-Salem, N. C. PERRY C. BRYANT, JR Woodland, N. C. WILLIAM L. BRYANT Stedman, N. C. WILLIAM F. BUCK Roanoke Rapids, N. C. SEAMAN BUDNOW Schenectady, N. Y. JOSEPH T. BUIE Red Springs, N. C. i PAUL R. BULLUCK, JR Rocky Mount, N. C. EDGAR E. BUMGARDNER . .Winston-Salem, N. C. 2 E CHARLES S. BUMGARNER, JR. .Millers Creek, N. C. HERSHELL W. BUNKER Mebane, N. C. GLYNN E. BURCHETTE .... Winston-Salem, N. C. CARL F. BURKHARDT Cleveland, Ohio WINSTON R. BURNHAM San Diego, Calif. ROBERT C. BURRIS Asheville, N. C. ROBERT L. BUTCHART, JR Greensboro, N. C. ELMO J. BUTLER Windsor, N. C. JAMES K. BUTLER, JR Windsor, N. C. SAM BYRD Bunnlevel, N. C. KENNETH E. CALDWELL, S E . .Concord, N. C. JESSE S. GALLOWAY Asheville, N. C. WOODROW W. CAMERON Erwin, N. C. PAUL O. CAMPBE Raleigh, N. C. WILLIAM C. CAMPBELL, JR. Winston-Salem, N. C. K 2 THOMAS F. CANNON Canton, N. C. EDWIN A. CAPPS Rocky Mount, N. C. HOWARD B. CARLISLE, K 2 . . . . Spartanburg, S. C. WILLIAM H. CARNES, K A Four Oaks, N. C. R. E. CARPENTER, JR Shelby, N. C. RAMOTH M. CARPENTER Cherryville, N. C. GERALD CARR Magnolia, N. C. EDWIN T. CARROLL Hillsboro, N. C. JOHN DsW. CARROLL . . . .Guilford College, N. C. BAXTER W. CARTER Denton, N. C. EARL A. CARTER Reidsville, N. C. FRED T. CARTER Powellsville, N. C. W. H. CARTWRIGHT, JR. ..Elizabeth City, N. C. SOPHOMORES DAVID M. GATES Greensboro, N. C. ROBERT E. CATO Charlotte, N. C. CHARLES T. CAUDLE Peachland, N. C. NORMAN B. CAUDLE Lenoir, N. C. LEWIS B. CAWTHORNE, JR Raleigh, N. C. CLAUDIUS M. CECIL, JR Greensboro, N. C. CHARLES L. CHAMBERS Daytona Beach, Fla. JAMES D. CHANDLER Norfolk, Va. JOHN W. CHAPPELEAR, JR Covington, Va. ALVIN G. CHASON Canton, N. C. WILLIAM M. CHERKAS, JR Oxford, N. C. RAYMOND A. CHESNUTT .... Seven Springs, N. C. JOSEPH N. CHESSON Wilson, N. C. CHARLES W. CHILDS Lincolnton, N. C. WILLIAM R. CHINNIS Wilmington, N. C. NEAL W. CHRISTENBURY Charlotte, N. C. GEORGE A. CHURCH Winston-Salem, N. C. BILLY CLARK Clarkton, N. C. EARL T. CLARK Oxford, N. C. LAWRENCE C. CLARK, JR Asheville, N. C. OLLIE H. CLARK Greenville, N. C. WILLIAM E. CLARK Everetts, N. C. WILLIAM M. CLARK Lexington, N. C. JOSEPH CLEMENTS Wilkesboro, N. C. SAMUEL Y. CLONINGER . . Kings Mountain, N. C. KENNETH L. COBLE, 2 N Burlington, N. C. RALPH P. COBLE, JR Greensboro, N. C. DARWIN L. COBURN Robersonville, N. C. RODNEY L. COLEMAN, JR Burlington, N. C. JOSEPH R. COLENDA Morehead City, N. C. JOHN S. COLLIE Goldsboro, N. C. JAMES C. COLLIER, JR Raleigh, N. C. WALTER C. COMER, JR High Point, N. C. JAMES H. CONNELLY Spruce Pine, N. C. GEORGE C. CONNOR, JR High Point, N. C. JOSEPH E. CONRAD Charlotte, N. C. EARL R. COOK Kannapolis, N. C. THOMAS E. COOK Washington, D. C. GRADY C. COOKE, JR Winston-Salem, N. C. JAMES A. COOLEY Wagram, N. C. NCdTflTE SOPHOMORES JAMES E. COOPER, JR Lincolnton, N. C. EDDIE W. COPELAND Palmyra, N. C. PHILIP L. CORBIN Durham, N. C. JAMES E. CORDELL Asheville, N. C. DONALD F. CORLETT Raleigh, N. C. HENRY A. CORRIHER Hendersonville, N. C. A 2 JESSE L. COULTER Newton, N. C. HOWARD N. COVINGTON Mebane, N. C. WILLIAM W. COWAN Newark, N. J. JAMES B. COWARD Asheville, N. C. WILLIAM A. Cox Franklinton, N. C. ARCHIE C. CRAFT, JR Wilmington, N. C. SAMUEL I. CRAFT Winston-Salem, N. C. HUBERT Y. CRAIG Stanley, N. C. JAMES M. CRANFORD Asheboro, N. C. LESTER F. CRENSHAW Charlotte, N. C. WILLIAM E. CHITZ Kannapolis, N. C. FRANCIS E. CROUCH Roanoke Rapids, N. C. RICHARD L. CROUCH Norfolk, Va. WILLIAM E. CRUMLEY Charlotte, N. C. ARTHUR B. CULBERTSON, JR. ... Goldsboro, N. C. A. BARRATT CULLEN Dover, Del. RAYMOND R. CURRIER Roxboro, N. C. ROBERT E. CURRIN, III .... Rocky Mount, N. C. MILLARD L. CUTLER Washington, N. C. RICHARD E. DAILEY Charlotte, N. C. HENRY G. DALLAS Reidsville, N. C. RUFUS McC. DALTON, K A . . . .Charlotte, N. C. FRED DAMERON Bessemer City, N. C. CHARLES C. DAVIDS Daytona Beach, Fla. ARTHUR L. DAVIS Mount Holly, N. C. CHARLES K. DAVIS, JR Wilmington, N. C. CHARLES W. DAVIS, JR Chapel Hill, N. C. FRANK W. DAVIS, JR Raleigh, N. C. HARRY L. DAVIS Farmville, N. C. HERMAN W. DAVIS Lexington, N. C. JOHNNY T. DAVIS Lexington, N. C. L. JACK DAVIS Morehead City, N. C. LUTHER W. DAVIS Yadkinville, N. C. MYRON F. DAVIS, n K A Raleigh, N. C. SOPHOMORES PAUL A. DAVIS Reynolds Road, N. C. RICHARD J. DAVIS Raleigh, N. C. TURNER S. DAVIS Troy, N. C. WILLIAM P. DAVIS Warrenton, N. C. GEOHGE S. DAWKINS Raleigh, N. C. CARL M. DAY Chattanooga, Tenn. JOHN R. DEAL Newton, N. C. EDWARD W. DEAN Louisburg, N. C. WILLIAM C. DEATON Liberty, N. C. JAMES R. DEL.ANEY Winston-Salem, N. C. WILLIAM W. DEL.ANEY Charlotte, N. C. HAROLD E. DELLINGER, A A T . . Kannapolis, N. C. LENOIR E. DELLINGER Altamont, N. C. BOBBY S. DANSON Whitakers, N. C. EARL W. DENTON Greenville, N. C. JACK F. DERMID Raleigh, N. C. ROBERT E. DESANTO Greensboro, N. C. JASON B. DEYTON, JR Spruce Pine, N. C. WALTER P. DICKENS Halifax, N. C. VERNON L. DICKS Cornelius, N. C. JAMES L. DIEHL Winston-Salem, N. C. JOHN DIEHL , Selma, N. C. WILLIAM H. DILUNGHAM Asheville, N. C. RALPH L. DIXON, JR Winston-Salem, N. C. GROVER C. DOBBINS Dobson, N. C. CLAUDIUS DOCKERY Greensboro, N. C. ROBERT J. DODGE Hickory, N. C. HORACE B. DOGGETT Forest City, N. C. JOHN D. DOWNS Fayetteville, N. C. MILTON H. DOYLE Brooklyn, N. Y. MILLARD T. DOZIER Rocky Mount, N. C. MACK W. DRAKE Belmont, N. C. HENRY W. DuBosE, JR Richmond, Va. CHARLIE H. DUDLEY Benson, N. C. ALBERT W. DUGAN Fayetteville, N. C. CHARLES F. DUPREE, JR Rocky Mount, N. C. BENNIE A. EAKES Oxford, N. C. JAMES H. EAKES Apex, N. C. GUY H. EARLE, JH Raleigh, N. C. CHARLES EDELMAN New York, N. Y. TflTE SOPHOMORES WILLIAM E. EDENS Washington, N. C. CAHLTON L. EDWARDS .... Roanoke Rapids, N. C. CHARLES E. EDWARDS Norlina, N. C. WILLIAM B. EDWARDS Asheville, N. C. THOMAS D. EFLAND Efland, N. C. CHARLES B. ELKS Washington, N. C. ALFRED P. ELLINGTON Cramerton, N. C. LEIGHTON M. ELLIOTT Raleigh, N. C. ROBERT G. ELLIS Gastonia, N. C. CHARLES E. ENGLISH, JR Asheville, N. C. WEBSTER C. ENGLISH, JR. . . Winston-Salem, N. C. DAVID A. ERB Wyomissing, Pa. MAX G. ERWIN Forest City, N. C. LEE R. ETHERIDGE Franklin, N. C. BENJAMIN H. ETLING Lincoln Park, Mich. ALFRED EUBANKS Montrose, N. C. WILLIAM J. EVANS Burlington, N. C. VERNE V. EVERHART, JR Lexington, N. C. CATALOG U. FALCO Yonkers, N. Y. JOHN F. FAULK Jonesboro, N. C. WILLIAM E. FAWCETT Latrobe, Pa. THOMAS H. FEARRINGTON Valdese, N. C. LAWRENCE R. FERGUSON Clinton, S. C. BILLY B. FESPERMAN Badin, N. C. ROWLAND F. FILER Norfolk, Va. MANUEL FILREIS Brooklyn, N. Y. HAROLD A. FINCH Wilson, N. C. ALBERT A. FISCHER Long Beach, .N Y. HARRY O. FISHEL, JR Vaughan, N. C. CICERO P. FISHER Murfrcesboro, N. C. MILLARD M. FISHER Charlotte, N. C. DUDLEY B. FITZGERALD Candor, N. C. ROBERT D. FLAKE Wadesboro, N. C. JOHN H. FLANAGAN Greenville, N. C. STEPHEN G. FLANNAGAN Henderson, N. C. DENIS B. FLEMING, 2 E Portsmouth, Va. LEONARD B. FLEMING Oxford, N. C. ROBERT A. FLEMING Middleburg, N. C. RALPH G. FLOWERS, JR Hickory, N. C. BUELL P. FLOYD Trenton, N. J. SOPHOMORES FRED P. FLYNT, JR Winston-Salem, N. C. ROBERT W. FONDERN Greensboro, N. C. FRANK P. FONVIELLE, JR Raleigh, N. C. JOHN N. FONVIELLE, n K A Warsaw, N. C. CLAUDE A. FORD Southport, N. C. G. PATE FOREHAND Vienna, Ga. ROBERT J. FORTUNE Kings Mountain, N. C. ROBERT S. FOSTER Thomasville, N. C. JAMES R. FOWLER, A X A .... Burlington, N. C. JOHN E. FOWLER Burlington, N. C. MAX J. FOWLER Shelby, N. C. JOHN V. Fox, JR Randleman, N. C. NATHANIEL W. Fox Roxboro, N. C. JOHN W. FRANKLIN Stem, N. C. JAMES E. FREEMAN Bat Cave, N. C. ROBERSON FREEMAN, JR. . . Winston-Salem, N. C. EDWARD FRIEDMAN New York, N. Y. FRED D. FRISSELL, S X Burlington, N. C. MYRON M. FUERSTMAN New York, N. Y. THOMAS W. FULK Lewisville, N. C. GRADY R. FULLER Louisburg, N. C. ROY E. FULLER, AS Raleigh, N. C. FRED J. FULLINGTON Greensboro, N. C. GERALD W. FURBEE Wenona, N. C. ARCHIE L. FURR Concord, N. C. WILLIAM W. FURR Raleigh, N. C. GILBERT W. GAGHON Nichols, Conn. DEMOSTHENES W. GAILEY . . . .New Haven, Conn. ROY E. GAINES Sanford, N. C. CHARLES J. GAMBLE, K T . . Kings Mtn., N. C. WAYNE W. GAMBLE Davidson, N. C. JAMES H. GANDY Memphis, Tenn. WILLIAM M. GANTT Alberriarle, N. C. JAMES H. GARDNER Shelby, N. C. WILLIAM R. GARRETT Columbus, N. C. WARREN A. GAUCHER Valley Stream, N. Y. ROLAND B. GEDDES Falls Church, Va. WALTER H. GELLER ' . Bronx, N. Y. HENRY H. GEORGE Cherryville, N. C. ALPERN P. GERARD Washington, N. C. TQTE SOPHOMORES CHARLES B. GIBSON High Point, N. C. RALPH M. GIBSON Laurinburg, N. C. JOSEPH R. GILL Charlotte, N. C. MEBBION D. GILL Raleigh, N. C. JOHN H. GILLIAM Elon College, N. C. WENDELL M. GINNINGS Greensboro, N. C. OTIS B. GLASGOW Portsmouth, Va. WILLIAM L. GLASGOW Littleton, N. C. JOHN W. GLASS, JR Sanford, N. C. JOHN M. GLENN, 2 X Gatesville, N. C. EUGENE CLOCK, SAM Brooklyn, N. Y. STUART A. GLOVER, JH Wilson, N. C. COMANN D. GOLD Wilson, N. C. EUGENE GOLD Brooklyn, N. Y. JULIAN M. GOLDSTON Concord, N. C. ANDREW M. GOULD Raleigh, N. C. CHABLES W. GRANDY, JR McColl, S. C. EBNEST C. GRANT Windsor, N. C. CABSON H. GRANTHAM Greensboro, N. C. PHILIP S. GRAVELY Monroe, N. C. WILLIAM R. GRAY, JR Durham, N. C. MONROE A. GREENBAUM New York, N. Y. BASIL GREENE Camden, N. J. EDWIN J. GREENE Charlotte, N. C. PATRICK H. GREENE Tampa, Fla. WILLIAM P. GREER, JH Bristol, Va. SAMUEL T. GREGORY, K A Halifax, N. C. SONNY C. GRESHAM Oakboro, N. C. MELVIN E. GRIPPING Bridgehampton, N. Y. WILLIAM S. GRIFFITH High Point, N. C. DAVID T. GRIGG Gastonia, N. C. KENNETH F. GRIGG Lincolnton, N. C. JOHN W. GRIMES Ahoskie, N. C. NOAH J. GRIMES, JR China Grove, N. C. ROY H. GRIMM, ATT Oxford, N. C. S RICHARD GUSTAFSON Biltmore, N. C. ROBERT J. HALE Rocky Mount, N. C. HOMER G. HALL Salisbury, N. C. IVAN HALL Middlesex, N. C. LELAND F. HAH Raleigh, N. C. Z%r UJOLFPAC SOPHOMORES WILLIAM J. HALLADAY, JR Greensboro, N. C. JOHN D. HALLENBECK High Point, N. C. JOHN B. HALLIBURTON Charlotte, N. C. HARRY H. HALSTEAD Cherryville, N. C. KENNETH G. HALSTEAD Norfolk, Va. CHARLES A. HANN Mooresville, N. C. CHARLES D. HAM Goldsboro, N. C. WILLIAM H. HAMILTON, JR Raleigh, N. C. JOHN H. HAMMOND, A X A Farmer, N. C. EDWARD J. HAMNER Altavista, Va. WILLIAM R. HAMPTON, JR Plymouth, N. C. ROBERT J. HAMRICK Raleigh, N. C. CHARLES L. HABDEE Greenville, N. C. CHARLES A. HARDIE Chadbourn, N. C. ROBERT J. HARE Murfreesboro, N. C. FLOYD I. HARPER, JR., 2 X Charlotte, N. C. JOHN P. HARPER Andrews, S. C. WILLIAM R. HARPER Greensboro, N. C. CARL B. HARRELSON, JR Cherryville, N. C. ARTHUR R. HARRIS Moorestown, N. J. CHARLES A. HARRIS, JR., 2 X .... Roxboro, N. C. EVERETTE G. HARRIS High Point, N. C. KENNETH B. HARRIS Mooresville, N. C. RALPH C. HARRIS Candor, N. C. JOHN H. HARRISON Snow Hill, N. C. JOHNNY R. HART Hickory, N. C. RICHARD EUGENE HART St. George, S. C. JULIUS R. HARTMANN Greensboro, N. C. EDWARD D. HARTSELL Pittsboro, N. C. QUINTON F. HASKINS Bailey, N. C. ROBERT L. HAUSER Dobson, N. C. FRED HAWKINS Hendersonville, N. C. JOHN LANDRUM HAWKINS Shelby, N. C. ROBERT M. HAWKINS Walkertown, N. C. DONALD L. HAYES High Point, N. C. FRANK M. HAYES Thomasville, N. C. IRVING R. HAYES Norlina, N. C. ROBERT C. HAYGOOD, JR Gastonia, N. C. |fjj| WILLIAM G. HEAD, JR., 2 E, Wilmington, N. C. WALDEN M. HEARN Teachey, N. C. NCS TflTE SOPHOMORES ALFRED E. HECHT Norlina, N. C. ERICH E. HECHT Milbrook, N. C. RICHARD L. HEDCEPETH Warrenton, N. C. OLIN D. HEFNER Altapass, N. C. HENRY H. HELMS, JR Waxhaw, N. C. ROBERT P. HELMS, II K A . Rutherfordton, N. C. JOSEPH P. HENDERSON, SR Shelby, N. C. CLINE M. HENDRICK Cliffside, N. C. ROBERT B. HENDV Cleveland, Ohio DAVID K. HENKLE Mount Holly, N. C. WILLIAM E. HENNESSEE, JR. . . Salisbury, N. C. WILLIAM E. HENRY Rocky Point, N. C. RAYMOND M. HEPLER Greensboro, N. C. LUTHER R. HERMAN Hickory, N. C. MARLIN J. HERRING LaGrange, N. C. RUFUS K. HERRING Thomasville, N. G. SOLOMON P. HERSH Winston-Salem, N. C. EARL W. HESSEE Morehead, N. C. OPIE C. HESTER Bladenboro, N. C. GENE W. HEWITT Myrtle Beach, S. C. WILLIAM W. HICKEY Charlotte, N. C. JAMES L. HIGGINS Gary, N. C. JOHN E. HIGGINS Gary, N. C. LEWIS A. HICHSMITH Wilmington, N. C. JOHN D. HILL Badin, N. C. TEMPLE H. HILL Marietta, N. C. TOMMY O. HILL Mt. Airy, N. C. PAUL E. HINE Winston-Salem, N. C. DONALD H. HINES Carolina Beach, N. C. WINFREE A. HINES Winston-Salem, N. C. CLITUS L. HINTON Princeton, N. C. WALTER N. HIPP, JR Hickory, N. C. RICHARD M. HOBBS, A T O . .Chapel Hill, N. C. ROBERT T. HOBBS Raleigh, N. C. RUFUS S. HODGES .Washington, N. C. PAUL T. HODUL New York, N. Y. JOSEPH H. HOFFMAN Lincolnton, N. C. ROBERT D. HOKE Granite Quarry, N. C. WILLIAM C. H. HOLDER Asheboro, N. C. JOHN E. HOLLOWELL Rich Square, N. C. " T TLOLFPACK- SOPHOMORES GABE HOLMES, JR., K 2 Sanford, N. C. JAMES H. HOLMES Hamlet, N. C. JOHN M. HOLMES, K 2 Sanford, N. C. ROY A. HONEYCUTT Kannapolis, N. C. WILBUR F. HONEYCUTT Greensboro, N. C. THEARON G. HOOKS Charlotte, N. C. JOE L. HORD Kings Mountain, N. C. WILLIAM J. HOHD Raleigh, N. C. HUGH J. HORNE, JR Roanoke Rapids, N. C. RAYMOND L. HORNE Charlotte, N. C. ROBERT F. HORNE Burlington, N. C. TANCIL A. HORNE Wilmington, N. C. THEODORE W. HORNER Clarksburg, W. Va. SAMUEL F. HORTON Sugar Grove, N. C. IRVIN G. HORWITZ, SAM St. Louis, Mo. ASA HOSMER, AS Charlotte, N. C. FRANK N. HOUSTON Charlotte, N. C. BENNIE HOWARD, JR Wendell, N. C. WILLIAM S. HOWARD, 2 X Charlotte, N. C. ROGERS G. HOWELL, Turnpike Community, N. C. GETTYS D. HOYLE, JR Charlotte, N. C. FRED M. HUDGINS Arden, N. C. RICHARD A. HUDSON Waxhaw, N. C. DONALD H. HUMPHREY Shannon, N. C. MILTON HUMPHREYS ....Roanoke Rapids, N. C. JAMES C. HUNEYCUTT, JR Kannapolis, N. C. FABIUS J. HUNNICUTT, JR Durham, N. C. ERNEST C. HUNT, JR Henderson, N. C. FRANCIS E. HUNT, JR Oxford, N. C. GLENN D. HUNT Dallas, N. C. DAVID H. HUNTER Raleigh, N. C. ROBERT C. HURT Nathan ' s Creek, N. C. CHRISTOPHER T. HUTCHINS, JR., A A T Durham, N. C. RICHARD W. HUTSON Charleston, S. C. HOBART B. HYATT Waynesville, N. C. CHARLES J. IMERSHEIN . . Woodmere, L. L, N. Y. BERNARD F. INGRAM Lilesville, N. C. THOMAS B. IVESTER Lawndale, N. C. ARTHUR L. JACKSON .... Kings Mountain, N. C. Osco W. JACKSON Goldsboro, N. C. TflTE SOPHOMORES RAYMOND M. JACKSON, JB Hornell, N. Y. RICHARD M. JACKSON Gastonia, N. C. HENHY W. JACOBS Greensboro, N. C. FRANK W. JARVIS, JR Spindale, N. C. JOHN M. JENKINS, JR Forest City, N. C. RUFUS B. JENNINGS Fairmont, N. C. GEORGE J. JERNIGAN, JR Dunn, N. C. HENRY L. JEROME Pittsboro, N. C. JERRY B. JEROME Raleigh, N. C. JOHN L. JEROME Pittsboro, N. C. WELDON O. JETT Hillsville, Va. KELLY W. JEWELL, JR Wilmington, N. C. ARTHUR E. JOHNSON Charlotte, N. C. ERNEST G. JOHNSON Mt. Gilead, N. C. GEORGE P. JOHNSON, S 4 E ... .Pittsboro, N. C. HAMPTON G. JOHNSON, 2 N . . Greensboro, N. C. MARVIN B. JOHNSON, JR Pendleton, N. C. VERNON L. JOHNSON Mt. Gilead, N. C. WADE O. JOHNSON Salisbury, N. C. WALTER E. JOHNSON, JR Statesville, N. C. WILLIAM H. JOHNSON Germanton, N. C. WILLIAM H. JOHNSON Greensboro, N. C. JOHN E. JOHNSTON Raleigh, N. C. READE B. JOLLIFF Smithfield, N. C. CHARLES I. JONES Micro, N. C. EDWARD B. JONES Pelham, N. C. JAMES H. JONES Lake Toxaway, N. C. JOHN C. JONES Grassy Creek, N. C. RALPH A. JONES Leaksville, N. C. RAY A. JONES Winston-Salem, N. C. WADE T. JONES Winston-Salem, N. C. WILLIAM R. JONES Humboldt, Tenn. GLENN A. JOBJJAN Winston-Salem, N. C. WILLIAM M. JORDAN Fayetteville, N. C. DAVID H. JURNEY Greensboro, N. C. HERMAN B. KAHN Columbia, S. C. HAROLD F. KEELS Greensboro, N. C. WILLIAM B. KEENER Gary, N. C. JAMES A. KEEVER Hiddenite, N. C. RODNEY R. KEITH Hendersonville, N. C. SOPHOMORES WILLIAM H. KELLER, P K T Raleigh, N. C. JAMES E. KELLEV Henderson, N. C. WILLIAM K. KELLEY Magnolia, N. C. VERNON D. KEMP Farmville, N. C. FRED A. KENDALL, JR., n K J Johns, N. C. THOMAS A. KEPLEY Hickory, N. C. HOMER R. KETCHIE Kannapolis, N. C. HELEN KEY Lodge, S. C. RALPH A. KIMEL Lexington, N. C. HURLEY D. KING Winston-Salem, N. C. JAMES E. KING Charlotte, N. C. JOSEPH B. KING Asheville, N. C. RICHIE E. KING Topton, N. C. THOMAS E. KIRBY, JR Raleigh, N. C. GUY C. KIRKMAN, JR Charlotte, N. C. WINFRED M. KIRKMAN Greensboro, N. C. JAMES W. KLIBBE Raleigh, N. C. JAMES W. KLUTTZ China Grove, N. C. GEORGE A. KNIGHT, JR. . . .Winston-Salem, N. C. KENNETH R. KNIGHT High Point, N. C. WILLIAM A. KNOTT Sanford, N. C. PHILIP S. KNOWLES Raleigh, N. C. JOHN A. KNOX Cleveland, N. C. DONALD KOPPEL Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. ROBERT C. KORNEGAY Smithfield, N. C. NORMAN KORSTOFF Rockaway, N. Y. WALLACE L. KROEGEB Charlotte, N. C. GEORGE D. LAIL Florence, S. C. MAURICE W. LAMB, JR Wilmington, Del. JACK R. LAMM, K A Wilson, N. C. PAUL J. LAMPRINAKOS, A A T . . Asheville, N. C. WILLIAM A. LAND, A A T ... .Chadbourn, N. C. LEMUEL T. LANDEN, JR Wilmington, N. C. EDWARD E. LANGSTON Rocky Point, N. C. NEEDHAM W. LANGSTON .... Four Oaks, N. C. IRVIN H. LANKFORD Portsmouth, Va. JAMES F. LANKFORD Kannapolis, N. C. FREDERICK M. LATHAM New Bern, N. C. FRED T. LATHERS Horseheads, N. Y. JOE E. LATTIMORE Shelby, N. C. TflTE SOPHOMORES THOMAS Z. LAUTEN, JR., 2 E Winston-Salem, N. C. THOMAS R. LAWING Charlotte, N. C. WILLIAM J. LAWING Charlotte, N. C. JOHN L. LAWRENCE Lexington, N. C. WILLIAM P. LAWRENCE, JR Raleigh, N. C. HARVEY W. LAYTON Charlotte, N. C. HENRY L. LEAK, K 2 Rockingham, N. C. RAYMOND B. LEDFORD Raleigh, N. C. HENRY A. LEE Hampton, Va. JOHN C. LEITCH Elberton, Ga. JOHN D. LEITCH Raleigh, N. C. MYRON E. LEVENSON Hartsdale, N. Y. ROHERT A. LENTZ Salisbury, N. C. CARL S. LEONARD, JR Lexington, N. C. CLYDE LEONARD Wilmington, N. C. PAUL T. LEONARD Lexington, N. C. RAYMOND O. LESTER Woodsdale, N. C. LAWRENCE J. LEWIS Louisburg, N. C. DUARD C. LINN, JR Landis, N. C. WILLIAM W. LLOYD Greensboro, N. C. GEORGE C. LONG Roxboro, N, C. LONNIE LONG High Point, N. C. PAUL H. LONG, JR Aberdeen, S. D. SAM H. LONG Florence, Ala. RALPH C. LORE Rocky Mount, N. C. PAUL L. LOVINGTON Hempstead, N. Y. HENRY L. LOWDER Albemarle, N. C. ARTHUR B. MAKIE Yadkinville, N. C. HENRY L. MACKLEN, JH Myrtle Beach, S. C. ALBERT L. MACKLIN Winston-Salem, N. C. THOMAS G. MACON Mt. Airy, N. C. HARRY G. MADDEN High Point, N. C. JAMES T. MADDREY, JR Raleigh, N. C. ROBERT W. MADDREY Raleigh, N. C. HENRY F. MAGILL Concord, N. C. CLELIE C. MALL New Orleans, La. GRADY H. MALLONEE Asheville, N. C. CRAWFORD A. MANN Washington, N. C. CHARLES H. MANNING Greenville, N. C. HERBERT C. MARSHALL Rose Hill, N. C. SOPHOMORES JAMES B. MARSHALL Charlotte, N. C. JOHN G. MARSHALL Glen Rock, N. J. CLAUDE M. MARTIN Gastonia, N. C. PAUL MASHBURN, JR Chadbourn, N. C. WILLIAM D. MASON Princeton, N. C. WILLIAM D. MASSEY Goldsboro, N. C. FELIX D. MASTEN Winston-Salem, N. C. JOHN F. MASTERS, JR Winston-Salem, N. C. GERALD P. MATTHEWS Nashville, N. C. SAMUEL D. MAUNEV, JR Newton, N. C. JOHN M. MAY Winterville, N. C. JOSEPH T. MEACHUM Hamlet, N. C. JOHN T. MEADAR Union, S. C. TOM MELTON Bostic, N. C. EDWARD G. MERCER Burlington, N. C. ABRAM H. MERRITT, JR., 2 n .Mount Airy, N. C. BENJAMIN O. MERRITT, JR Robbins, N. C. WILBUR G. MERRITT Robbins, N. C. WILLIAM R. MESSICK Charlotte, N. C. IRVIN S. MICHALOVE Forest City, N. C. CHARLES M. MICHIE, JR Roxboro, N. C. ELBERT W. MIDYETTE Belhaven, N. C. PETER D. MIGALEDDI Bradford, Pa. JAMES A. MILLEN Gastonia, N. C. EDWARD R. MILLER Boonville, N. C. GRADY W. MILLER, JR Cana, N. C. HENRY G. MILLER, JR Hickory, N. C. HARRY S. MILLER, JR Asheville, N. C. OSCAR L. MILLER, n K A Charlotte, N. C. WAYNE L. MILLER, JR Lenoir, N. C. WILLIAM J. MILLER Grumpier, N. C. HANSEL B. MILLICAN, n K A . . Greensboro, N. C. ALDRED L. MILLMAN Gastonia, N. C. EDWIN R. MILLS Asheville, N. C. CARL C. MIMS, JH Raleigh, N. C. JERRY R. MITCHELL Pilot Mountain, N. C. JOE F. MITCHELL Denton, N. C. WINFRED E. MITCHEM Lawndale, N. C. BONNIE J. MOFFITT, n K A Raleigh, N. C. JAMES H. MOORE Asheboro, N. C. TQTE SOPHOMORES JOHN S. MOORE, 2 X Tampa, Fla. MATTHEW S. MOORE, n K A . . Fayetteville, N. C. ROBERT B. MOORE Oxford, N. C. THOMAS W. MOORE Charlotte, N. C. WILLIAM F. MOORE, JR Matthews, N. C. VAUGHN O. MOORE Raleigh, N. C. EDWARD W. P. MOHAN, n K A . Henderson, N. C. DONALD E. MORELAND Springfield, Mass. CLIFTON R. MORGAN Fairmont, N. C. LEONARD L. MORGAN, JR Raleigh, N. C. GEORGE W. MORRIS Asheville, N. C. SAMUEL R. MORRIS Charlotte; N. C. JOHN M. MORROW Albemarle, N. C. RICHARD A. MORROW Albemarle, N. C. CHARLES L. LAMB Washington, N. C. CRAIG D. MOSELEY Winston-Salem, N. C. GLENN P. MOSER Lewisville, N. C. VERNON F. Moss, JR Wilson, N. C. ROBERT J. MULLER Pleasantville, N. J. RAEFORD E. MULLIS Monroe, N. C. ROBERT D. MURPHY Raleigh, N. C. SIDNEY B. MUSE, JR Charlotte, N. C. ALFRED P. MUSTIAN Colerain, N. C. CAREY W. McCACHERN, JR. Winston-Salem, N. C. LEWOOD McCALLUM, JR Rowland, N. C. CHARLES J. McCANN Charlotte, N. C. WILLIAM H. McCoRD Huntersville, N. C. WILLIAM N. McCoRMicx .... St. Pauls, N. C. ROBERT L. McCoY New Bern, N. C. CHARLES E. McCRARY Raleigh, N. C. ERVIN W. McCuLLocH Rockwell, N. C. SAMUEL N. McDiARMiD Greenville, N. C. JOSEPH M. McDowELL, n K A .Goldsboro, N. C. THOMAS K. McENTiHE Charlotte, N. C. ALAN M. McGEE, JR Winston-Salem, N. C. EDWARD J. McGiNNEss New Haven, Conn. JAMES G. McGowAN Faison, N. C. WILLIAM B. MC!NTYRE Red Oaks, N. C. JAMES R. McKENZiE High Point, N. C. MALCOLM L. McKENZiE, K 2 .Rockingham, N. C. SOPHOMORES JULIUS V. McKiNNEY, JR Hickory, N. C. THOMAS K. MCLAUGHLIN .... Cleveland, N. C. JULIAN J. McLEAN Greensboro, N. C. WILLIAM E. MCLENDON .... Washington, D. C. MURRAY M. McMANUs ....Red Springs, N. C. ROGER T. McMANUs Altadena, Cal. WILLIAM D. McMANUs Cheraw, S. C. CALVIN W. McMiLLAM Stedman, N. C. GROVER C. McNAiR, JR. . . Winston-Salem, N. C. JAMES A. McNsiLL Rockingham, N. C. AL G. NANCE Jacksonville, Fla. HORACE L. NANCE Winston-Salem, N. C. JARLEY NARROW Kenly, N. C. HAROLD H. NAU Norlina, N. C. BEN J. NEAL Reidsville, N. C. TOM F. NELSON North Wilkesboro, N. C. AUSTIN L. NEWSOM Winston-Salem, N. C. JOHN C. NEWSOME Wake Forest, N. C. MARION P. NICHOLSON, JR Burlington, N. C. ROLF E. NIELSEN Brooklyn, N. Y. JAMES T. NOE Wilson, N. C. EDWARD S. NOELL, JR., n K A . .Durham, N. C. ROBERT L. NONEMAN Raleigh, N. C. RICHARD E. NORMENT, JR Lenoir, N. C. ALFRED P. NORWOOD Henderson, N. C. WILLIAM L. NUFER, K S Goldsboro, N. C. JOHN C. OATFIELD Washington, D. C. WILLIAM L. O ' BRIENT Durham, N. C. ALBERT OETTINGER Wilson N. C. HERMAN K. OGBURN, JR. . .Winston-Salem, N. C. DON C. O ' NEAL Coinjock, N. C. MAXWELL D. ORMSBY Laurinburg, N. C. GUY E. OSBORNE High Point, N. C. JAMES L. OSBORNE, JR Lawndale, N. C. LEMUEL L. OSTEEN Rockingham, N. C. SAMUEL M. OWNE, A K n Whiteville, N. C. WILLIAM E. OWEN Gastonia, N. C. HALSTEAD V. OWENS Charlotte, N. C. JESSE B. OWENS Winston-Salem, N. C. WILLIAM J. OWENS Walstonburg, N. C. TQTE SOPHOMORES RICHARD E. PAGE, JR Statesville, N. C. HUGH C. PALMER Raleigh, N. C. RAYMOND H. PALMER Armore, Pa. BOYD H. PARKER Casar, N. C. DAVID M. PARKER New Bern, N. C. GEORGE H. PARKER Asheville, N. C. JAMES R. PARKER Clinton, N. C. WILLIAM K. PARRISH Raleigh, N. C. RICHARD PASCAL Valdese, N. C. HARRIS B. PATE, A A T Hamlet, N. C. WILLIAM B. PATTEN Raleigh, N. C. HENLY H. PATTON Asheville, N. C. JOHN H. PAYLOR, JR Farmville, N. C. GEORGE N. PAYNE C harlotte, N. C. ROBERT L. PEACOCK Jacksonville, N. C. JAMES R. PEAL Chadbourn, N. C. FRED PEARCE Greensboro, N. C. ALEXANDER PECHMAN Brooklyn, N. Y. THOMAS D. PECK, JR Henderson, N. C. WILLIAM H. PECK Raleigh, N. C. GORDON E. PEEBLES Oxford, N. C. VERNON C. PEEBLES Raleigh, N. C. FRANCIS D. PEEL Greenville, N. C. MICHAEL A. PEKAR Bridgeport, Conn. HUBERT A. PERRY, JR Millbrook, N. C. NAURBON L. PERRY Loranger, La. ROBERT B. PETERS Raleigh, N. C. ROY W. PETERS, JR Winston-Salem, N. C. SAMUEL B. PETTEWAY Kinston, N. C. FRANK J. PETTINELLI Brooklyn, N. Y. BURKE L. PETTY Swepsonville, N. C. ERSKINE F. PHARR, K - Concord, N. C. ROBERT L. PHELPS Clemmons, N. C. JACK R. PHILLIPS Greensboro, N. C. DONALD J. PIERCE Norfolk, Va. PHRYNE P. PIKE High Point, N. C. WILLIAM W. PINNER ....Elizabeth City, N. C. ARCHIE R. PISCITELLO, A A T .... Boonton, N. J. WILLIAM T. PITTMAN . . . .Rocky Mount, N. C. ROBERT McP. PITTS Charlotte, N. C. SOPHOMORES ARTHUR K. PITZER Portsmouth, Ohio CHARLES A. PLANK Asheville, N. C. JOSEPH M. PLEASANT Angier, N. C. ROBERT A. PLVLER, JR Waxhaw, N. C. AUGUST L. POLIER Raleigh, N. C. ROBERT E. POLK, JR Charlotte, N. C. JOHN M. POPLIN Rocky Mount, N. C. B. Louis PORTER Kelly, N. C. DONALD R. PORTER Salisbury, N. C. OSCAR B. PORTER, JR Sanford, N. C. HAROLD POTCHTAR Brooklyn, N. Y. THOMAS R. POWELL Kinston, N. C. HARRY R. POWERS, JR Norfolk, Va. RALPH M. POWERS Moyock, N. C. EDGAR D. PRICE Wilson, N. C. JOHN D. PRIVETTE Statesville, N. C. FORREST P. PROBST Richmond, Va. LANDON M. PROFFITT Burnsville, N. C. WILLIAM H. PRUDEN ...Roanoke Rapids, N. C. n K A THOMAS P. PRUITT, JR Hickory, N. C. JOSEPH A. QUEEN, JR Lawndale, N. C. GRAHAM S. QUINN Raleigh, N. C. JAMES R. RANKIN Greensboro N. C. EDGAR L. RASBURY, III Shelby, N. C. HAROLD L. RASSAS Long Branch, N. J. PARLEY B. RASMUSSEN, JR Hope Mills, N. C. GERARD J. RATTELADE Durham, N. C. BRUCE W. RATTS Fayetteville, N. C. ARCHIBALD S. RAY, JR Raleigh, N. C. JOSEPH V. RAY, JR Charlotte, N. C. ROBERT B. RAY Lillington, N. C. WILLIAM F. RAY Tampa, Fla. JAMES L. REA Roper, N. C. LLOYD W. REAM Canton, N. C. JOSEPH R. REAVES Wilmington, N. C. HOWARD E. REEDOH Central Falls, N. C. LEWIS J. REEP Lincolnton, N. C. WILLIAM W. REID Vienna, Md. RALPH R. REINS North Wilkesboro, N. C. MILTON L. REITER Ellenville, N. Y. TflTE SOPHOMORES COUNCIL RENFROW Kenly, N. C. ERNEST C. RHEUARK Graham, N. C. JAMES B. RHODES VVinston-Salem, N. C. OSCAR L. RHODES Wilmington, N. C. RICHARD H. RHYNE Catawba, N. C. RUFUS H. RHYNE Sherrill ' s Ford, N. C. CARL H. RICE Raleigh, N. C. ROBERT H. RICE, - X Jonesboro, N. C. WILLIAM K. RICE Charlotte, N. C. SEATON N. RICHARDSON Norfolk, Va. ROBERT V. RIDER, JR Bellmore, N. Y. WILLIAM H. RIERSON . . . . Winston-Salem, N. C. 2 E ROBERT J. RIGHTS Winston-Salem, N. C. LESLIE W. RILEY, A A T Burlington, N. C. JAMES RITCHIE, JR Pores Knob, N. C. HAROLD G. RIVES Statesville, N. C. ASHLEY B. ROBERTS Henderson, N. C. ROYCE H. ROBESON Hickory, N. C. AARON C. ROBINSON, JR Pageland, S. C. DENVER D. ROBINSON Clifton, N. C. GEORGE B. ROBINSON Norlina, N. C. JAMES W. ROBINSON Norfolk, Va. ZEB B. ROBINSON, JR., - E . .Asheville, N. C. JAMES A. RODDICK, JR Winston-Salem, N. C. BONAR D. RODGERS, JR Charlotte, N. C. NISBET P. RODGERS Charlotte, N. C. ALBERT Q. ROEBUCK, JR Farmville, N. C. FRED L. ROGERS Clyde, N. C. LUTHER T. ROGERS, JR., Wrightsville Beach, N. C. JOHN A. ROLSTON Raleigh, N. C. BERNARD H. ROPEIK Trenton, N. J. LEE R. ROPER Franklin, N. C. JACK C. ROSE Winston-Salem, N. C. THORNTON W. ROSE Winston-Salem, N. C. DAVID ROSENTHAL North Bergen, N. J. CHARLES T. Ross Goldville, S. C. Orris H. Ross, JR Burlington, N. C. THOMAS W. RUFFIN Wilson, N. C. CHARLES E. RUPPE Fayetteville, N. C. JOSEPH F. RUSSELL Badin, N. C. lf " SOPHOMORES GONZALO SAENZ Colombia, South America FRANKLIN SALZMAN, SAM .... Brooklyn, N. Y. ERIE C. SANDERS, JR Alamance, N. C. BRUNO SANTORUM Raleigh, N. C. LEONARD R. SASSER Goldsboro, N. C. JAMES McS. SATTERFIELD Salisbury, N. C. JOB K. SAVAGE, JR Raleigh, N. C. JOHN L. SAVAGE Mars Hill, N. C. GORDON H. SCHENCK, JR Hickory, N. C. HAROLD B. SCHLENGER Miami, Fla. EDWIN F. SCHNEDL Charlotte, N. C. RICHARD B. SCHNEDL Charlotte, N. C. OLIVER M. SCISM Kings Mountain, N. C. EDWIN K. SCOTT, 2 X Leaksville, N. C. KENNETH McC. SCOTT Charlotte, N. C. CARL R. SCRUGGS Brevard, N. C. DON G. SCHULMAN New York, N. Y. ROBERT A. SCHWARTZ Philadelphia, Pa. GALES W. SCROGGS Roaring River, N. C. ARNOLD A. SEGAL Far Rockaway, N. Y. LUTHER W. SELF Greensboro, N. C. CHARLES SELLE Raleigh, N. C. ROBERT E. SESSIONS Whiteville, N. C. HARRY A. SETZER Old Fort, N. C. JAMES L. SHAHBEA Norfolk, Va. EMERSON E. SHARPE Burlington, N. C. SIDNEY H. SHEARIN, JR Rocky Mount, N. C. WILLIAM T. SHEETS Lexington, N. C. CARL E. SHEFFIELD Asheboro, N. C. RUSSELL H. SHERRILL, JR Statesville, N. C. THOMAS H. SHERRILL Spartanburg, S. C. JOHN W. SHERMAN Fairhaven, Mass. ROBERT S. SHERMAN Fayetteville, N. C. JACOB N. SHEPHERD, JR Greensboro, N. C. CHARLES R. SHIELDS Scotland Neck, N. C. HERMAN E. SHOAF Winston-Salem, N. C. EDWARD M. SHUFORD Fayetteville, N. C. JOHN E. SIDES Statesville, N. C. MANDELL S. SIFF Winston-Salem, N. C. JACK L. SIGMAN Winston-Salem, N. C. NCd TflTE SOPHOMORES WILLIAM H. SIGMON, K S Salisbury, N. C. JULIUS G. SILER, III Asheville, N. C. HARRY G. SILVER Bandana, N. C. JULIUS SILVERSTEIN Winston-Salem, N. C. NOAH W. SITES, JR Morven, N. C. GEORGE W. SLEDGE Nashville, N. C. FREDERICK O. SMETANA Concord, N. C. ANDERSON J. SMITH, JR Black Creek, N. C. ANDREW G. SMITH Robersonville, N. C. ARNOLD W. SMITH Goldsboro, N. C. CECIL G. SMITH Norwood, N. C. EDWIN B. SMITH Wilmington, N. C. EUGENE L. SMITH Germanton, Tenn. GEORGE E. SMITH Cornelius, N. C. GEORGE W. SMITH, ATP Charlotte, N. C. GEORGE W. SMITH Durham, N. C. GORDON O. SMITH Kannapolis, N. C. HARDY B. SMITH Raleij, N. C. HARRY O. SMITH Charlotte, N. C. HENRY L. SMITH Bolivia, N. C. HERMAN F. SMITH Roseboro, N. C. HUBERT R. SMITH Black Mountain, N. C. J. E. SMITH Charlotte, N. C. JOE SMITH Dudley, N. C. Louis C. SMITH New Hill, N. C. NED J. SMITH Durham, N. C. NORRIS W. SMITH Rocky Mount, N. C. PAUL L. SMITH Forest City, N. C. ROBERT V. SMITH Black Mountain, N. C. WALTON SMITH Goldsboro, N. C. WILLIAM E. SMITH Spindale, N. C. WILLIAM G. SMITH, n K A . Rutherfordton, N. C. CLYDE S. SMITHSON, JR Creswell, N. C. HAROLD J. SNIDER Denton, N. C. HARVEY L. SNIDER Denton, N. C. GHOVER P. SNOW Raleigh, N. C. ROBERT I. SOLO Dorchester, Mass. WILLIAM A. SOLOMON Raleigh, N. C. RICHARD M. SONTAG New York, N. Y. KAHE R. SOTENSEN Oslo, Norway SOPHOMORES CLYDE C. SORRELS Forest City, N. C. ROBERT G. SOWERS Lexington, N. C. DAVID N. SPAINHOOR Lenoir, N. C. RICHARD C. SPARKMAN Wilmington, N. C. THOMAS SHANNOCK SPEIGHT . . . .Windsor, N. C. JOHN G. SPENCER Raleigh, N. C. ROBERT L. SPENCER Hamlet, N. C. JOHN D. SPINKS, JR Winston-Salem, N. C. MARSHALL M. SPRING Raleigh, N. C. THOMAS S. SPRINKLE Raleigh, N. C. VERNON T. STACK, JR., S N . . Walkertown, N. C. MONROE D. STADLER, II K A . . Burlington, N. C. ALSTON W. STAFFORD, JR Asheville, N. C. CLEMENT L. STAFFORD, JR. ..Greensboro, N. C. JULIAN K. STAFFORD Summerfield, N. C. HOWARD J. STAINS Frenchtown, N. J. CARLTON M. STALLINGS Enfield, N. C. YANCEY M. STALLINGS Kinston, N. C. MACK STAMPS, III, S X Durham, N. C. AL G. STANLEY Whiteville, N. C. DAVID B. STANSEL Allenton, N. C. CHARLES M. STEWART Henderson, N. C. GRANT M. STEWART Lenoir, N. C. OVERTON C. STEWART Clifty, Tenn. JOE R. STILWELL Misenheimcr, N. C. BEN B. STOCKARD Greensboro, N. C. GARLAND A. STONE Danville, Va. JAMES P. STONE Raleigh, N. C. THOMAS W. STONE Gallatin, Tenn. ROBERT F. STOOPS Staunton, Va. CHARLES W. STOTT Whiteville, N. C. ROBERT A. STOWE Belmont, N. C. JOHN B. STROUP Charlotte, N. C. ARNOLD A. STULCE Daisy, Tenn. JAMES M. STUMP Nathan ' s Creek, N. C. CHARLES W. SUGGS Whiteville, N. C. JAMES T. SUTTLES Greensboro, N. C. HAROLD F. SUTTON, n K A . . Burlington, N. C. JIMMIE B. SUTTON Rocky Mount, N. C. ROBERT J. SUTTON Goldsboro, N. C. iN.C SOPHOMORES WILLIAM J. SWAN Andrews, N. C. HAYWOOD L. SWANSON Wendell, N. C. LEWIS J. SWINK Woodruff, S. C. WILLIAM J. A. SYKES Statesville, N. C. DAVID M. TALLY, JR San Antonio, Tex. NORMAN E. TANEY New York, N. Y. ROBERT W. TART, JR Newton Grove, N. C. JACK T. TATE, H K A Greensboro, N. C. CHARLES J. TAYLOR Pinehurst, N. C. JACKSON W. TAYLOR, JH Asheville, N. C. RICHARD B. TAYLOR Wilson, N. C. ROY J. TEAGUE Siler City, N. C. BENJAMIN R. TERRELL Raleigh, N. C. BIAS F. TEW Durham, N. C. FRANCIS C. THAMES, JR Washington, D. C. JONATHAN I. THIGPEN Avon Park, Fla. JOHN W. THOMAS Cameron, N. C. WILLARD E. THOMAS Greensboro, N. C. WALTER J. THOMASSON, JR. .Mount Holly, N. C. ALLEN N. THOMPSON Statesville, N. C. CHARLES H. THOMPSON . . . . Rutherfordton, N. C. FRANK THOMPSON, JR Charlotte, N. C. GRAHAM C. THOMPSON Bloomington, Ind. HAL A. THOMPSON Raleigh, N. C. HANNIS W. THOMPSON, JR Salisbury, N. C. LEON S. THOMPSON Smithfield, N. C. PAUL M. THOMPSON, JR Goldsboro, N. C. ROBERT F. THOMASON Lexington, N. C. ROBERT L. THOMPSON Hallsboro, N. C. WILLIAM B. THOMPSON Aurora, N. C. BENJAMIN G. THRIFT Raleigh, N. C. NORWOOD W. TILLINGHAST . . Fayetteville, N. C. DAVID K. TILLSON High Point, N. C. JAMES D. TIMBERLAKE Oxford, N. C. ERNEST B. TODD McLeansville, N. C. VINE A. TOLSON Newport, N. C. OLAV TORGERSEN Oslo, -Norway LUTHER L. TREXLER, JR Salisbury, N. C. CHARLES C. TRIPP Raleigh, N. C. GREGG TROSPER Greensboro, N. C. SOPHOMORES CARL E. TUCKER Boston, Va. HARRY R. TUCKER Fair Bluff, N. C. THOMAS S. TUCKER Winston-Salem, N. C. CARL M. TURBYFILL Maiden, N. C. COURTNEY M. TURLINGTON . . Lumberton, N. C. JEFFERSON A. TURNER Royston, Ga. WILLIAM L. TURNER Rocky Mount, N. C. WILBUR C. TURRENTINE .... Greensboro, N. C. JOHN S. TWADDELL, JR Long Island, N. Y. GEORGE A. UPCHURCH Morrisville, N. C. THOMAS R. UZZELL Wilson, N. C. HARPER A. VAN HOY Union Grove, N. C. DAVIS M. VAN NORTWICK . . Robersonville, N. C. ALLEN B. VAUGHAN Chesterfield, S. C. EDWARD R. VENABLE White Plains, N. C. JACKSON J. VEREEN Wilmington, N. C. BROADUS G. VERNON Blanch, N. C. JAMES W. VICK Nashville, N. C. CLARENCE VINCENT, JR Winterville, N. C. LESLIE R. VOORHEST, JR Syosset, N. Y. LYLE V. WADE Greensboro, N. C. SCHLEY W. WADDELL Fair Bluff, N. C. MAKAMILLION WALCOFF Trenton, N. J. EUGENE H. WALDROUP Hayesville, N. C. HAROLD B. WALL Raleigh, N. C. WILLIAM D. WALLACE, Wrightsville Beach, N. C. HARVEY F. WALLER Gary, N. C. HAMES A. WARD Raleigh, N. C. JAMES A. WARD Raleigh, N. C. MARION H. WARD Charlotte, N. C. WILBUR S. WARD Swannanoa, N. C. WILLIAM S. WARD Raleigh, N. C. DOANE H. WARREN Wilson, N. C. ROBERT M. WARREN Greensboro, N. C. FLOYD D. WARREN, JR Durham, N. C. ROBERT D. WARREN Roseboro, N. C. CALVIN A. WATSON, JR Moncure, N. C. JAMES W. WATSON Murfreesboro, N. C. JOHN A. WATSON Fayetteville, N. C. JOHN L. WATSON New Bern, N. C. NCSlflT E SOPHOMORES JOSEPH D. WATSON Durham, N. C. WALTER H. WATSON Selma, N. C. JOSEPH T. WATTS, JR Greensboro, N. C. LAWRENCE A. WATTS, n K A ..Nashville, N. C. LONNIE L. WEATHERS Wake Forest, N. C. RANSOM C. WEATHERMAN, JR. Winston-Salem, N. C. FRANK S. WEAVER Williamston, N. C. GERALD B. WEAVER Raleigh, N. C. LEWIS WEBB Windsor, N. C. RICHARD C. WEBB Roanoke Rapids, N. C. JAMES L. WEEKS Halifax, N. C. WILLIAM H. WEINEL, JR Spencer, N. C. SAUL A. WEISSMAN New York, N. Y. JOHN C. WELCH, JR Newell, N. C. R. A. WELCH Roanoke Rapids, N. C. WILLIAM P. WELDON Henderson, N. C. HEWITT S. WELSH Denbigh, Va. CONRAD B. WESSELL, JR Wilmington, N. C. HARDY WESSELL Wilmington, N. C. STANFORD C. WEST Roanoke Rapids, N. C. JOSEPH W. WESTBROOK, JR. . .Greensboro, N. C. ROBERT C. WESTMORELAND ..Troutman, N. C. DONALD K. WHALLEY New Bedford, Mass. ROBERT E. WHELESS Louisburg, N. C. GARLAND B. WHITE, JR Miami, Fla. GEORGE L. WHITE Fayetteville, N. C. JACK E. WHITE Raleigh, N. C. RUSSELL S. WHITE Charlotte, N. C. BLOUNT WHITESIDE, JR Clinton, N. C. F. L. WHITFIELD Goldsboro, N. C. FRED E. WHITFIELD Greensboro, N. C. PHILIP F. WHITFIELD . . . .Winston-Salem, N. C. JOE A. WHISENHUNT Newton, N. C. WALTER L. WHISETT Reidsville, N. C. PHIL W. WIDENHOUSE Concord, N. C. JAMES W. WILKERSON Sims, N. C. GEORGE W. WILLCOX, JR Carthage, N. C. CHARLES W. WILLIAMS, K T . .Cleveland. N. C. DAVID M. WILLIAMS Raleigh, N. C. HOWARD B. WILLIAMS Wilson, N. C. C= - SBi SOPHOMORES JAMES C. WILLIAMS Winston-Salem, N. C. JOHN C. WILLIAMS, JH Rocky Mount, N. C. PHILIP R. WILLIAMS Wilson, N. C. RODNEY G. WILLIAMS Godwin, N. C. DELMON F. WILLIAMSON Lucama, N. C. MclvEB WILLIAMSON Mont Clare, S. C. CORNELIUS H. WILLARD, 2 N . . High Point, N. C. ALVIN D. WILSON Franklin, N. C. DAVID HUBERT WILSON Selma, N. C. GEORGE C. WILSON Belmont, N. C. DONALD B. WINECOFF, - II .... Lexington, N. C. WILLIAM G. WINKLER Boone, N. C. NASH N. WINSTEAD Leasburg, N. C. JACQUELINE A. WITMER Raleigh, N. C. ROSE M. WITMER Raleigh, N. C. PHILIP A. WOERNER Charlotte, N. C. JOHN W. WOOD Raleigh, N. C. JOSEPH R. WOODARD Spring Hope, N. C. PERCY W. WOODRUFF, JR Raleigh, N. C. FRANK W. WOODS Covington, Va. TROY W. WOODARD Bailey, N. C. DICK M. WOODWARD Raleigh, N. C. WILLIAM W. WOODWARD, 2 E, Charlotte, N. C. JOHN R. WRIGHT Wilkesboro, N. C. WILLIAM F. WYATT, JR., 2 E . .Sanford, N. C. OSCAR T. WYNNE Asheville, N. C. LEWIS G. YARBORO Shelby, N. C. CHARLES E. YARBOROUGH Caroleen, N. C. JOHN H. YATES Rockingham, N. C. ROBEBT A. YATES Chadbourn, N. C. ROBERT M. YELVERTON Raleigh, N. C. JOHN P. YOUNG Macon, N. C. RALPH L. YOUNG Charlotte, N. C. WENDELL S. YOUNG Forest City, N. C. RALPH K. YOUNGER Burlington, N. C. WILLIAM B. YOUNGER Burlington, N. C. AHMET M. YUMLU Istanbul, Turkey OTIS A. ZACHARY, JR Jonesboro, N. C. WILLIAM O. ZICK Phillipsburg, N. J. NCS TOTE SOPHOMORES ALLEN G. BRADY, n K A Henderson, N. C. JOSEPH N. CHESSON Wilson, N. C. ARTHUR A. CLINE Taylorsville. N. C. BENJAMIN H. COORE Franklin, N. C. ROBERT S. COUCH Monroe, N. C. PRENTISS L. CROOM LaGrange, N. C. JOHN R. ENGLISH, JR Monroe, N. C. GEORGE L. ELLIS Goldsboro, N. C. REID D. FARRELL, n K A Gastonia, N. C. CARL W. FARRIS, n K Charlotte, N. C. GORDON GATLIN Charlotte, N. C. T. T. HAYES, 2 X Sanford, N. C. MARION B. HAYNES, 2 K Asheville, N. C. JOHN M. HENN, 2 X Short Hills, N. J. ARTHUR E. HENDRIX, II K A ... .Raleigh, N. C. JULE C. HOLLAND, n K A Raleigh, N. C. KENNETH L. HORTON, Jn Raleigh, N. C. FRED J. HUTCHINSON .... Hendersonville, N. C. EVERETT E. JONES, n K A Monroe, N. C. JAMES H. JONES, n K A Charlotte, N. C. LEAK G. LOVTN, JR., n K A Roanoke, Va. GBOVER A. MARTIN, JR., S E . .Smithfield, N. C. GRAHAM D. MANGUM, JR Raleigh, N. C. CALVIN W. MCMILLAN Stedman, N. C. RALPH MURRAY Henderson, N. C. WILLIAM K. NEAL, n K A .Roanoke Rapids, N. C. ROBERT A. NERY New Andover, Mass. CLEVELAND M. PEELER, 2 X Shelby, N. C. JOHN L. PIPPIN Fremont, N. C. DAVID E. POWERS Savannah, Ga. JIMMIE M. RANDLE, II K A ... .Greenville, S. C. LAVERNE H. RICKENBAKER, JR. .Charlotte, N. C. GERALD A. SEELEY Charlotte, N. C. DAVID H. STANCIL Garner, N. C. ADRIAN P. STOUT Thomasville, N. C. HORACE D. TAYLOR, 2 X Raleigh, N. C. JACOB D. TOMLINSON Wilson, N. C. DONALD O. WADE Raleigh, N. C. HARVEY L. WHITLEY, IT K A ... .Fremont, N. C. CHARLES J. WOLHAR, n K A .... Lancaster, S. C. HARRY S. WOODSON, JR., 2 N Shelby, N. C. JAMES M. YORK, JR Raleigh, N. C. L F P A C 7 c 4 mC 2 FRESHMEN J. H. ABDALI.AH Kinston, N. C. G. E. ABELL Rembert, S. C. L. L. ABERNETHY, JR Charlotte, N. C. C. S. ADAMS Abbeville, S. C. B. J. ADDISON Reidsville, N. C. J. W. ADERHOLDT Cherryville, N. C. E. M. ADKINS, Jn Charlotte, N. C. H. S. AKINS Varina, N. C. C. H. ALDERS Charleston, S. C. B. F. ALEXANDER Matthews, N. C. D. M. ALEXANDER Asheboro, N. C. J. W. ALEXANDER Statesville, N. C. D. F. ALLEN Ash, N. C. J. C. ALLEN Ash, N. C. VV. O. ALLEN Canton, N. C. L. G. ALLISON Durham, N. C. J. N. ALLISON, JR York, S. C. R. D. ALLMAN Asheville, N. C. C. P. ALLYN Essex, N. C. J. F. ALMOND Albemarle, N. C. C. I. AMAN Dunn, N. C. D. C. ANDERSON Kenosha, Wis. C. N. ANDERSON Macclesfield, N. C. C. F. ANDREWS Raleigh, N. C. J. J. ANDREWS Raleigh, N. C. C. G. ANTHONY Shelby, N. C. G. H. ANTHONY Shelby, N. C. J. VV. APPLE Reidsville, N. C. J. L. APPLE Elon College, N. C. M. E. AHMLNTROUT Bristol, Pa. M. A. ARNOLD Greensboro, N. C. J. R. ASKEW Elizabeth City, N. C. H. J. ATKINS Gary, N. C. H. C. ATKINSON Fayetteville, N. C. T. K. ATKINSON Wilmington, N. C. VV. E. ATWATER, JR Fayetteville, N. C. F. H. AUSTIN Monroe, N. C. G. G. AUSTIN Stanfield, N. C. H. L. AUSTIN Kelford, N. C. VV. O. AUSTIN Raleigh, N. C. R. S. AVERITT Clayton, N. C. B. B. AYCOCK Rocky Mount, N. C. J. A. BACIIMAN Charlotte, N. C. E. F. BAESEL, JR Charlotte, N. C. T. J. BAILEY Charlotte, N. C. W. S. BAILLIE Charlotte, N. C. J. W. BAKER Chester, S. C. M. V. BAKER Rowland, N. C. R. H. BAKER, JH Durham, N. C. L. G. BALLANCE Lake Landing, N. C. W. C. BANDY Fayetteville, N. C. J. G. BANE Demon, N. C. J. C. BARBEE Kannapolis, N. C. J. C. BARBER Moyock, N. C. N. R. BARDEN Princeton, N. C. T. S. BARKER, JR Portsmouth, Va. |j| J. J. BARNES Angier, N. C. O. G. BARNES, JR Rocky Mount, N. C. T. S. BARNES, JR North Wilkesboro, N. C. W. E. BARNES Greensboro, N. C. [140] t NCSlflTE FRESHMEN VV. L. BARNES Wilmington, N. C. M. D. BARNETT Buxton, N. C. E. J. BAHTELS Springfield Gardens, N. Y. I. D. BABTLETT Goldsboro, N. C. W. P. BASS Durham, N. C. P. F. BASTE Wake Forest, N. C. W. T. BATTS Rose Hill, N. C. R. E. BAXTER Greensboro, N. C. R. M. BEAUMONT Charlotte, N. C. E. R. BEAN, Jn Asheville, N. C. R. H. BECKER Miami, Fla. J. W. BECTON New Bern, N. C. L. V. BEDARD Raleigh, N. C. D. S. BEDSOLE Fayetteville, N. C. J. O. BEEKER Salisbury, N. C. P. E. BEESON Mullins, S. C. C. F. BELL, JH Wilmington, N. C. J. H. BENDER Brooklyn, N. Y. W. R. BENDER Norlina, N. C. R. B. BENGE Fayetteville, N. C. J. E. BENNETT, JR Charlotte, N. C. H. P. BERNHARDT Lenoir, N. C. J. J. BERRIER Lexington, N. C. E. A. BESOSA Ponce, Puerto Rico R. H. BEST Greensboro, N. C. F. W. BIDDIX, JH Spruce Pine, N. C. H. M. BIDDLE, JR Carolina Beach, N. C. T. S. BIGIIAM Charlotte, N. C. R. L. BLACK, JR Charlotte, N. C. VV. II. BLAC-KNALL Henderson, N. C. J. B. BLAKE Chadbourne, N. C. W. W. BLANCHARD Wallace, N. C. C. B. BLEVINS Dobson, N. C. J. W. BLISS, JR Springfield, Vt. C. D. BLUE Lakeview, N. C. J. E. BLUE Laurinburg, N. C. JOHN BLUE, III Laurinburg, N. C. E. M. BOARDMAN New Bedford, Mass. W. K. BOATENREITEH Maiden, N. C. J. F. BOBBITT, JH Norlina, N. C. J. B. BOBBITT Nashville, N. C. R. F. BOCK Norfolk, Va. C. M. BODWELL Boston, Mass. L. R. BOGGS Fremont, N. C. J. F. BOGLE Albemarle, N. C. C. R. BOLES Cycle, N. C. C. W. BOLICK, JR Hickory, N. C. W. BOLTRCK Arverne, L. I., N. Y. B. C. BONEY, JR Burgaw, N. C. I. D. BOONE Phoebus, Va. N. C. BOOTH, JR Rocky Mount, N. C. C. S. BOST Newton, N. C. E. L. BOST Henrietta, N. C. J. C. BOSWELL Burlington, N. C. J. S. BOWMAN, JR Graham, N. C. J. S. BOY Durham, N. C. L. H. BOYKIN, JR Wilson, N. C. C. H. BRACKETT Morganton, N. C. W. B. BHACKIN Guilford, N. C. A. W. BRAGG Durham, N. C. [141] FRESHMEN R. C. BRAGG Shelby, N. C. D. P. BRAKE Rocky Mount, N. C. J. K. BRANCH DeWitt, Va. G. P. BRANK Weaverville, N. C. L. P. BHASWELL Rocky Mount, N. C. J. V. BRICE Williamston, N. C. J. K. BHIDGEHS Goldsboro, N. C. N. T. BRIDGERS Kenly, N. C. J. O. BRIDGES, JR Sanford, N. C. J. H. BHINKLEY Valdese, N. C. J. H. BHINKLEY, JR Thomasville, N. C. A. V. BRITT McDonald, N. C. R. T. BRITT Raleigh, N. C. W. R. BROADWELL Durham, N. C. A. C. BROCK Mount Olive, N. C. J. M. BROCK, JH Bailey, N. C. A. M. BROOKS New York, N. Y. B. B. BROOKS Hickory, N. C. H. H. BHOOME, JR Washington, N. C. P. A. BROTHERTON Charlotte, N. C. A. T. BROWN, III Wilmington, N. C. B. M. BROWN, JR Charlotte, N. C. C. C. BROWN Roanoke Rapids, N. C. F. C. BROWN Raleigh, N. C. G. E. BROWN Gastonia, N. C. H. E. BROWN Burgaw, N. C. J. E. BROWN Durham, N. C. L. S. BROWN, JR Hamlet, N. C. L. E. BROWN Godwin, N. C. N. T. BRUMMITT Kittrell, N. C. H. B. BRYAN Battleboro, N. C. E. R. BRYANT Fieldale, Va. H. T. BUCHANAN Wilmington, N. C. R. A. BULLARD Acme, N. C. F. J. BULLUCK Rocky Mount, N. C. T. J. BUMGARNER Millers Creek, N. C. R. W. BUNCE Fayetteville, N. C. L. H. BUNTING Asheboro, N. C. J. H. BURCH Hillsboro, N. C. M. P. BUHCHAM Elkin, N. C. W. E. BUHCHETTE Winston Salem, N. C. F . S. BURGE Winston Salem, N. C. T. E. BURGESS High Point, N. C. Q. R. BURKE Winston-Salem, N. C. D. T. BUHKETT Beaumont, Tex. E. H. BURKHEAD Asheboro, N. C. E. C. BURNS Moncure, N. C. J. L. BURRIS Wilmington, N. C. H. W. BURROUGAS, JR Hamlet, N. C. C. P. BURHUS Newton, N. C. J. E. BUSCHER Old Greenwich, Conn. D. H. BUSH Jacksonville, N. C. O. S. BUTLER Roseboro, N. C. B. M. BYERS Spartanburg, S. C. W. P. BYRD Burlington, N. C. W. CABLE High Point, N. C. E. R. CADE Rocky Mount, N. C. S. L. CALHOUN Waynesville, N. C. A. B. CAMERON Charlotte, N. C. S. C. CANTER Wilkesboro, N. C. [142] TQTE FRESHMEN B. H. CANTHELL Campobello, S. C. J. W. CARLTON Richmond, Va. H. L. CARDWAN Washington, N. C. J. E. CARNES, JR Charlotte, N. C. G. H. CARPENTER Durham, N. C. R. P. CARR Morganton, N. C. J. W. CARROLL, Jn Charlotte, N. C. S. D. CARROLL Winston-Salem, N. C. J. R. CARSON Weaverville, N. C. B. H. CATHEY Gastonia, N. C. G. M. CATHEY Gastonia, N. C. J. A. CATON New Bedford, Mass. G. M. CAUBLE, JH Belmont, N. C. R. W. CHADWICK Rocky Mount, N. C. W. C. CHASE Raleigh, N. C. O. L. CHATHAM Sumter, S. C. F. CHERRY Newhill, N. C. G. B. CHERRY, JR Raleigh, N. C. A. E. CHISHOLM Maxton, N. C. L. R. CLARK, JR Greensboro, N. C. J. C. CLARK Swepsonville, N. C. W. M. CLARK Greensboro, N. C. E. S. COATS Smithfield, N. C. 0. R. COBB, JR Weldon, N. C. M. R. COCHRAN Newton, N. C. J. B. COFFIELD High Point, N. C. A. H. COHEN Bronx, N. Y. L. H. COLEY, JR Newton, N. C. L. H. COLEY, JR Raleigh, N. C. G. O. COLLINS Charlotte, N. C. G. D. COLLINS Nashville, N. C. W. N. COLLINS Wilmington, N. C. E. COL TON Ilendersonville, N. C. K. L. COMPTON Hazelwood, N. C. N. J. CONCOOL Brooklyn, N. Y. L. H. CONNER Baltimore, Md. L. J. CONRAD Winston-Salem, N. C. T. K. CONRAD Winston-Salem, N. C. D. S. COOK Cedar Grove, N. C. 1. N. COOK Martinsville, Va. W. C. COOK Rutland, Vt. C. A. COOLEY Wagram, N. C. S. E. COOPER Oxford, N. C. I. T. COHBELL, JK Knotts Island, N. C. R. K. COHBETT Gamer, N. C. C. CORLEY, JR Rye, N. Y. D. M. CORN Sandy Ridge, N. C. L. A. CORNING, III Hamlet, N. C. M. B. CORRIHER Mooresville, N. C. B. Y. COTTON Jacksonville, N. C. J. C. COTTRELL Winston-Salem, N. C. R. W. COWARD Wilmington, N. C. H. L. Cox Greensboro, N. C. R. E. Cox Charlotte, N. C. O. B. CRAVEH Lexington, N. C. W. B. CREASY, JR Wilmington, N. C. S. V. CREOLE Durham, N. C. T. CREEKMORE Raleigh, N. C. J. W. CREWS Cornelius, N. C. R. Y. CHEWS Oxford, N. C. [143] FRESHMEN J. A. CHOOM Wilmington, N. C. J. H. CHOWELL Matthews, N. C. R. E. CROWELL Farmer, N. C. C. H. CULLEN Tarboro, N. C. C. C. CULLER, JR Walkertown, N. C. L. D. CURJ.E Hope Mills, N. C. R. CURRAN New York, N. Y. L. E. CUTLER Winston-Salem, N. C. H. M. DALTON Charlotte, N. C. M. R. DAMRON, JH Charlotte, N. C. R. L. DANIELS Asheville, N. C. A. M. DANIEL Reidsville, N. C. R. W. DAUGHTRIDGE Rocky Mount, N. C. J. M. DAUGHTRIDGE Rocky Mount, N. C. C. W. DAVENPORT Roper, N. C. H. B. DAVENPORT Creswell, N. C. J. R. DAVENPORT Jamesville, N. C. H. C. DAVIS, JR Wilmington, N. C. II. E. DAVIS Raleigh, N. C. H. DAVIS, JH Charlotte, N. C. L. H. DAVIS Freemont, N. C. O. L. DAVIS, JR Mooresville, N. C. P. N. DAVIS, JH Asheville, N. C. W. O. DAVIS Zebulon, N. C. F. G. DAWSON, JH Alliance, N. C. J. O. DAYVAULT, JR Kannapolis, N. C. R. B. DEAL Conover, N. C. E. D. DEBNAM Zebulon, N. C. T. E. DECKKH Charlotte, N. C. J. J. DEE Yonkers, N. Y. H. F. DEESE Albemarle, N. C. J. A. DEESE New London, N. C. F. DEL.ANCEY, JR Greensboro, N. C. R. E. DEL.AFP, JR Reidsville, N. C. H. C. DELLINGER Mount Holly, N. C. C. K. DENNING Raleigh, N. C. G. E. DENNING Erwin, N. C. J. M. DEW Fayetteville, N. C. R. E. DEW Wilson, N. C. C. S. DEWEESE Cooleemee, N. C. B. DIAMOND Bronx, N. Y. J. M. DICK Greensboro, N. C. E. T. DICKS Kenosha, Wis. R. D. DILLENDEH Darlington, S. C. J. B. DILLING, JH Kings Mountain N. C. L. C. DLXON Durham N. C. N. L. DIXON Grantsboro N. C. C. N. DOBBINS, JR Yadkinville R. E. DOBBINS Rockingham J. B. DOBBINS Rockingham N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. R. O. Doss Greensboro G. G. I 1 1 v. Nashville T. J. DRAPER Boykins, Va. P. L. DRESSER Leland, N. C. J. G. DUDLEY, III Shelby, N. C. W. R. DUNCAN Dunn, N. C. J. A. DUNN Kenansville, N. C. W. F. DYER, JH Whiteville, N. C. R. B. EAGLES Macclesfield, N. C. D. R. EARLY, JR Forest City, N. C. FRESHMEN J. D. EASON, JR Goldsboro, N. C. C. EASTERLY New York, N. Y. J. ECHAVARRIA New York, N. Y. W. R. EDENS Lumberton, N. C. A. J. I 1.1 i is. JR New York, N. Y. A. C. EDWARDS Scotland Neck, N. C. C. D. EDWARDS, JH Greensboro, N. C. J. F. EDWARDS Enfield, N. C. J. P. EDWARDS Raleigh, N. C. M. S. EDWARDS Tryon, N. C. P. H. EDWARDS Mocksville, N. C. C. L. EEIRD Stanfield, N. C. J. V. ETDSON, JH Winston-Salem, N. C. J. G. ELAM Oxford, N. C. C. C. ELDER, JR Mount Airy, N. C. D. D. ELDER Taylorsville, N. C. L. R. ELLER Salisbury, N. C. J. B. ELLEH China Grove, N. C. T. R. E. ELLEH China Grove, N. C. J. M. ELLINGTON, JR High Point, N. C. W. T. ELLINGTON Raleigh, N. C. A. L. ELLIOTT, JR Thomasville, N. C. R. H. ELLIS Emporia, Va. T. R. ELLIS Stony Point, N. C. L. C. ELMORE Lincolnton, N. C. W. W. EMORY North Side, N. C. R. P. ENGLISH Monroe, N. C. W. G. ENLOE, JH Raleigh, N. C. P. M. ENNISS Raleigh, N. C. P. ETHERIDGE, JR Raleigh, N. C. R. R. EUDAILY North Wilkesboro, N. C. G. H. EUDY Charlotte, N. C. N. L. EVANS, JH Lexington, N. C. A. E. EVEHHARDT Spencer, N. C. D. L. EVERHART Spencer, N. C. T. E. FAISON Chester, Pa. D. L. FARLOW Greensboro, N. C. J. C. FAULKNER, JH Mount Airy, N. C. J. R. FAULKNER Henderson, N. C. G. E. FELDMAN Falls Church, Va. P. E. FERGUSON Milroy, Pa. G. M. FEHHELL Durham, N. C. G. W. FIELDS Charlotte, N. C. H. L. FIELDS, JR Raleigh, N. C. M. L. FILLIPPEL Greensboro, N. C. S. H. FILREIS Brooklyn, N. Y. C. R. FISHER Salisbury, N. C. J. FLOHOS Charlotte, N. C. W. C. FLOWERS, JH Trenton, N. C. N. C. FLOYD Washington, N. C. S. H. FOGLEMAN, JR Liberty, N. C. J. G. FOLKEH Tenafly, N. J. C. O. FORBIS Greensboro, N. C. A. G. FOSTER North Wilkesboro, N. C. J. B. FOSTER, JR Statesville, N. C. H. J. Fox Spencer, N. C. E. H. FRAZIER Liberty, N. C. H. K. FRAZIER Liberty, N. C. J. N. I in r u 1 1 Brooklyn, N. Y. W. R. FRESHWATER, JH Burlington, N. C. [145] FRESHMEN L. W. FRITTS Lexington, N. C. T. A. FHYE Lexington, N. C. W. C. Fimn Concord, N. C. R. G. FOWLER Kannapolis, N. C. W. L. Fox Wilmington, N. C. R. J. FHEESE Charlotte, N. C. R. R. FRIEDMAN Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. C. W. FORTUNE Rutherfordton, N. C. T. S. FRANKLIN Stem, N. C. G. GADAHIAN New York, N. Y. J. F. GALLEHUGH Mitchell, Va. J. P. GANTT Mooresboro, N. C. R. R. GAREY Wilmington, N. C. M. W. GARNER Newport, N. C. E. A. GARRISON Burlington, N. C. E. P. GARRISON Raleigh, N. C. B. E. GAY Wilson, N. C. H. L. GAY Zebulon, N. C. W. H. GEDDES Falls Church, Va. R. T. GEILE Raleigh, N. C. A. GEIST Brooklyn, N. Y. J. C. GELHARD Lancaster, Pa. T. M. GEMAYEL Spencer, N. C. R. B. GILBERT Bolivia, N. C. W. II. GLASS Raleigh, N. C. W. O. GOBLE Hiddenite, N. C. W. GODFREY Forest City, N. C. C. E. COINS Asheville, N. D. M. GOLD Wilson, N. H. I. GOLDBERG Bessemer City, N. C. H. S. GOLDBERG Asheville, N. C. II. S. GOLDMAN Brooklyn, N. Y. G. P. GOOCH Franklinton, N. C. N. G. GOODING, JH New Bern, N. C. C. W. GOODMAN Salisbury, N. C. W. S. GOODWIN Raleigh, N. C. W. S. GOODWIN Apex, N. C. J. B. GORDON, JH Raleigh, N. C. J. D. Goss Burlington, N. C. P. B. GOFORTH Elm City, N. C. M. L. GOUHLEY Fieldale, Va. G. E. GOWEN Arrington, Va. J. N. GRABBER Dunn, N. C. B. R. GRAHAM Norman, N. C. W. A. GRAHAM, JH Elkin, N. C. N. H. GRAHAM Turkey, N. C. J. R. GRAHAM, JR Charlotte, N. C. M. H. GRANT High Point, N. C. J. A. GRAVELY Brevard, N. C. R. S. GRAY Sanford, N. C. J. GRECO Albert, W. Va. E. C. GREEN, JR Durham, N. C. H. J. GREEN Durham, N. C. C. A. GREENE Deep Gap, N. C. E. B. GREENE Oakboro, N. C. H. O. GREENE Deep Gap, N. C. P. A. GREENE Charlotte, N. C. R. C. GREENE Ahoskie, N. C. G. W. GREGORY Angier, N. C. J. F. GREGORY Newton Grove, N. C. [146] TflTE FRESHMEN W. V. GRIFFIN New Bern, N. C. B. H. GROSE Harmony, N. C. T. C. GUDGER Weaverville, N. C. J. A. GUIGOU Valdese, N. C. J. H. GUNN, JR Charlotte, N. C. D. C. GUNTER, JR Gastonia, N. C. W. J. HALEY Cary, N. C. G. J. HALL Greensboro, N. C. R. C. HALL AshevUle, N. C. R. S. HALL, JH Winston Salem, N. C. W. H. C. HALI Wilmington, N. C. W. V. HAMILTON Fayetteville, N. C. C. E. HANCOCK Morehead City, N. C. E. B. HANCOCK Winston-Salem, N. C. J. R. HANCOCK Greensboro, N. C. R. K. HARDIN Deep Gap, N. C. H. A. HARDING Mocksville, N. C. L. HARDING Remington, Va. L. B. HARDISON Williamston, N. C. R. S. HARHELL Edenton, N. C. T. A. HARRINGTON, JR Raleigh, N. C. B. HARRIS Raleigh, N. C. J. R. HARRIS Charlotte, N. C. R. S. HARRIS, JH Durham, N. C. D. A. HARRISON Raleigh, N. C. J. L. HARRISON Jacksonville, Fla. W. G. HARRISON, JR Burlington, N. C. J. W. HARRISS Charlotte, N. C. C. W. HART Raleigh, N. C. L. M. HARTON Wilmington, N. C. D. B. HAHVELL Shelby, N. C. T. M. HASELL, JH Walterboro, S. C. J. C. HASSELL Edenton, N. C. F. R. HATCH Raleigh, N. C. A. HAUSMAN New York, N. Y. W. L. HAWKINS Gastonia, N. C. H. L. HAWLEY Lexington, N. C. W. H. HAWLEY Lexington, N. C. E. J. HAYES Cherryville, N. C. J. G. HAYS Charlotte, N. C. J. E. HAYNES Summerfield, N. C. J. F. HAZELTON Charlotte, N. C. J. H. HENDRIX Shelby, N. C. F. R. HENRY Manchester, Mass. B. L. HEPLER Thomasville, N. C. D. S. HEPLEH Greensboro, N. C. N. F. HERMAN Maiden, N. C. C. HEWETT, JR Wilmington, N. C. J. B. HEWETT Supply, N. C. R. M. HEYWARD Goldsboro, N. C. T. L. HEYWARD Goldsboro, N. C. D. R. HICKMAN Hudson, N. C. H. S. HIGH Bailey, N. C. J. B. HILL, JR Wilmington, N. C. R. A. HILL Wilmington, N. C. R. M. HINKLE Wilmington, N. C. R. F. HTNSHAW Liberty, N. C. H. H. HOBBS Tampa, Fla. P. W. HOBBS Raleigh, N. C. R. L. HOBBS Charlotte, N. C. [147] FRESHMEN T. N. HOBGOOD, JR Oxford, N. C. W. M. HOBSON Boonvffle, N. C. L. L. HODGES Stokes, N. C. H. T. HODNETT Durham, N. C. N. C. HOLDEN, JR Wilson, N. C. L. L. HOLDER Raleigh, N. C. J. D. HOLLAND ' . . . . High Point, N. C. J. A. HOLLINGEH Gastonia, N. C. J. L. HOLLOW AY ! Durham, N. C. W. E. HOLLOWELL, JR Rocky Mount, N. C. R. T. HOLMES Statesville, N. C. R. S. HOLMES Weldon, N. C. T. N. HOLMES, JR ........... Jonesboro, N. C. R. E. HOLLOWELL .......... Hobbsville, N. C. HOLMES .............. Jonesboro, N. HOLT ................ Burlington, N. S. B. HOLT .................. Graham, N. D. G. HONEYCUTT ............ Raleigh, N. W. H. HON Charlotte, N. C. L. G. HONEYCUTT, JR Clinton, N. C. C. W. HOOD Sherrills Ford, N. C. W. F. HOOD Laurinburg, N. C. R. M. HOOPER, JH Aberdeen, N. C. E. F. HOOVER Lenoir, N. C. H. M. HORNE Erwin, N. C. W. F. HOHNE WUson, N. C. W. P. HOHNE Charlotte, N. C. A. D. HOWARD High Point, N. C. E. E. HOWARD, JR Statesville, N. C. C. J. HOWELL, JH Concord, N. C. W. C. HOWELL Lenoir, N. C. G. B. HOWELL Raleigh, N. C. L. M. HOWIE Southern Pines, N. C. S. A. HUBBARD Fayetteville, N. C. D. R. HUFF Ashley Heights, N. C. G. H. HUGHES Asheville, N. C. W. J. HUGHES Rego Park, L. I., N. Y. W. G. HUMPHREY New Bern, N. C. R. W. HUNTER Waxhaw, N. C. J. E. HUNTLEY Spindale, N. C. A. R. Huss Lincolnton, N. C. Q. W. HUSSEY Asheboro, N. C. E. H. HUTCHINS Raleigh, N. C. H. J. Hux Rocky Mount, N. C. O. R. ICARD Shelby, N. C. W. C. INGOLD Salisbury, N. C. M. A. INNES Asheville, N. C. L. R. IHVIN Rockingham, N. C. F. A. IRVING Stoneville, N. C. C. N. ISENHOUR Blowing Rock, N. C. T. R. IVACHIW Plymouth, N. C. H. JACOBS New York, N. Y. N. C. JAMES, JH Clyde, N. C. R. L. JAMES Star, N. C. W. W. JAMISON, JR Hendersonville, N. C. E. F. JARMAN Beaufort, N. C. L. C. JAHVIS Farmington, N. C. J. T. JENKINS Taylorsville, N. C. K. A. JENKINS Asheville, N. C. S. H. JERNIGAN Woodville, N. C. [148] TQTE FRESHMEN G. R. JOBE Greensboro, N. C. C. A. JOHNSON Mt. Gilead, N. C. C. H. JOHNSON Kinston, N. C. D. L. JOHNSON Burlington, N. C. D. L. JOHNSON Smithfield, N. C. 1 1. W. JOHNSON Pantego, N. C. H. B. JOHNSON Charlotte, N. C. J. C. JOHNSON, JH Hickory, N. C. J. N. JOHNSON , High Point, N. C. J. L. JOHNSON Asheville, N. C. J. N. JOHNSON Charlotte, N. C. R. N. JOHNSON Benson, N. C. W. W. JOHNSON Siler City, N. C. W. L. JOHNSON Stokesdale, N. C. W. R. JOHNSTON Raleigh, N. C. C. M. JONES Bemie, Mo. F. W. JONES Morehead City, N. C. H. L. JONES Maxton, N. C. J. L. JONES Chase City, Va. R. C. JONES Charlotte, N. C. C. A. JARHETT Toecane, N. C. J. R. JONES Pilot Mountain, N. C. H. M. JACOBSON Long Beach, N. Y. W. W. JONES, JR Raleigh, N. C. R. G. JONES Sanatorium, N. C. J. W. JOSEPH Winston-Salem, N. C. J. F. JOHNSTON Rocky Mount, N. C. C. W. JONES Columbia, N. C. C. W. JONES, JR Henderson, N. C. E. W. JONES Humboldt, Tenn. H. W. JONES Vass, N. C. J. R. JONES Pinnacle, N. C. N. M. JONES Greensboro, N. C. R. T. JONES Raleigh, N. C. A. JURMAN Matawan, N. J. J. KABEL New York, N. Y. H. KAHAN Port Chester, N. Y. J. N. KARAMBELAS Asheville, N. C. E. KATZrN Winston-Salem, N. C. J. H. KAYLEH Gastonia, N. C. L. R. KATZ, JR Charlotte, N. C. J. T. KEESEE Raleigh, N. C. J. M. KEEVER Raleigh, N. C. E. C. KELI.EV Concord, N. C. W. G. KELI.EY Germantown, N. C. J. L. KELLEY, JR East Bend, N. C. R. P. KENNEDY Raleigh, N. C. W. H. KENNEDY Warsaw, N. C. N. L. KII.LEBREW Greensboro, N. C. W. D. KIMBHELI. Gastonia, N. C. C. E. KING Wilmington, N. C. G. W. KING Clinton, N. C. N. T. KINLAW Lumberton, N. C. P. P. KINCAID, JH Gastonia, N. C. A. S. KIRKLAND Chapel Hill, N. C. B. R. KISER Kannapolis, N. C. R. M. KISER, JH Bessemer City, N. C. J. M. KITCHENS Winston-Salem, N. C. W. L. KIUGE Orient, N. Y. R. C. KNIGHT West Hillsboro, N. C. fTUJOLFPACK- [1491 V,-l . ml . FRESHMEN C. E. KNIGHTON Charlotte, N. C. B. M. KNOX Statesville, N. C. P. C. KOCHHAR Guirat, India P. C. KOHN Scarsdale, N. Y. H. D. KONTOVLAS Greensboro, N. C. R. C. KUHFEES Mocksville, N. C. J. A. LAHMON Remington, Va. B. M. LADD Whitakers, N. C. L. D. LAMB Wilmington, Delaware C. T. LAMBERT Norfolk, Va. M. H. LAMM Lucama, N. C. W. R. LANCASTER Castalia, N. C. D. LANE Bostic, N. C. L. J. LANE Morganton, N. C. R. N. LANE Wilson, N. C. E. J. LANIOUS, JR Lancaster, Pa. D. M. LANNOM Lebanon, Tenn. D. R. LASSITER Mebane, N. C. F. S. LATHAN Monroe N. C. J. A. LAUGHLIN Marion N. C. W. H. LAWRENCE Rocky Mount N. C. D. LAWS Kannapolis N. C. P. G. LEA Laurinburg N. C. R. P. LEAMAN Lancaster, Pa. J. D. LEAZAR Atlanta, Ga. H. F. LEAZER Remington, Va. W. C. LEDFORD Harrisburg, N. C. A. G. LEE Benson, N. C. J. F. LEE Four Oaks, N. C. J. W. LEE Four Oaks, N. C. R. I. LEE Raleigh, N. C. W. B. LEGRAND, JR Mocksville, N. C. R. W. LEITH Raleigh, N. C. J. O. LEMASTEH Bessemer City, N. C. W. A. LEONARD Lexington, N. C. G. W. LEVAN Bellmire, N. Y. B. D. LEWIS Raleigh, N. C. G. W. LEWIS Raleigh, N. C. J. F. LEWIS, JH Gastonia, N. C. R. C. LEWIS Richmond, Va. W. E. LEWIS Knightdale, N. C. W. L. LEWIS Hobgood, N. C. S, A. L ' HEUREAUX Marlboro, N. H. J. L. LINK New York, N. Y. L. J. LINKER New York, N. Y. F. A. LINNEY Newport News, Va. J. B. LTPPARD Belmont, N. C. C. A. LITTLE Catawba, N. C. J. C. LITTLE Nathans Creek, N. C. S. J. LITTLE, JR Marshville, N. C. C. G. LIVENGOOD Concord, N. C. A. B. LIVERMAN, JR Newport News, Va. H. P. LIVINGSTON Granite Falls, N. C. H. S, LIVINGSTON Granite Falls, N. C. C. T. LLOYD Oxford, N. C. D. L. LLOYD Raleigh, N. C. H. B. LLOYD Raleigh, N. C. H. K. LOARD, JR Asheville, N. C. E. E. LOFTIN Trenton, N. C. | C. B. LONG Charlotte, N. C. [150] NCS TQTE FRESHMEN E. B. LONG Hertford, N. C. G. B. LONG Raleigh, N. C. J. R. LONG Greensboro, N. C. P. H. LONG Charlotte, N. C. V. B. LOUGEE, III Durham, N. C. B. A. LOVE Charlotte, N. C. G. R. LOVE Burlington, N. C. J. A. LOWE High Point, N. C. J. M. LYNCH Charlotte, N. C. M. M. MACKIE Winston-Salem, N. C. W. M. MAHONE Williamsburg, Va. L. L. MALLARD, JR Kinston, N. C. J. A. MANGUM Salisbury, N. C. B. W. MANTON Winston-Salem, N. C. A. MAKION Carthage, N. C. B. N. MARTIN Newton, N. C. H. M. MARTIN Jamesville, N. C. J. G. MARTIN Spartanburg, S. C. W. H. MASHBURN Gastonia, N. C. J. C. MASTEN Winston-Salem, N. C. H. M. MASTERS Winston-Salem, N. C. D. R. MATTHEWS Rockville Centre, N. Y. J. W. MATTHEWS Cheraw, S. C. J. M. MATTHEWS, JH Hertford, N. C. P. R. MATTHEWS Gates, N. C. S. F. MATTHEWS Kipling, N. C. K. E. MANNEY Bessemer City, N. C. J. M. MAXWELL Daystrom, N. C. J. R. MAY Wilmington, N. C. K. B. MAYER, JH Weaverville, N. C. F. E. MAYO Plymouth, N. C. F. P. MEACHAM Raleigh, N. C. J. S. MEREDITH Greensboro, N. C. W. B. MEAHES Nichols, S. C. J. W. MEEKS Draper, N. C. H. L. MERCER Burlington, N. C. J. S. MEREDITH Greensboro, N. C. R. M. MICHAEL Marshville, N. C. N. W. MIDYETTE Raleigh, N. C. T. C. MIGUEL Torreon Coah., Mexico R. M. MILES, JH Raleigh, N. C. J. F. MILLS Wilmington, N. C. II. E. MILLSAPS Mooresville, N. C. V. G. MIMS, JR Raleigh, N. C. B. R. MITCHELL Hillsboro, N. C. C. B. MITCHELL Durham, N. C. C. M. MITCHELL Winston-Salem, N. C. E. E. MITCHELL, JR Raleigh, N. C. R. E. MITCHELL Greensboro, N. C. R. H. MITCHELL Winston-Salem, N. C. W. B. MITCHELL Hendersonville, N. C. G. E. MOEN Raleigh, N. C. J. H. MOFFITT Old Fort, N. C. J. E. MONROE Winston-Salem, N. C. L. W. MONROE Eagle Springs, N. C. F. B. MONTGOMERY High Point, N. C. E. H. MOODY, JR Winston-Salem, N. C. A. W. MOOR Southport, N. C. E. C. Moon, Jn Charlotte, N. C. C. W. MOORE Morehead City, N. C. 4qggi - -5 L F P A C [151] FRESHMEN G. J. MOORE ............ Myrtle Beach, S. C. H. H. MOORE .............. Charlotte, N. C. M. J. MOORE .............. Elm City, N. C. R. S. MOORE ................ Asheboro, N. C. S. I. MOORE .............. Burlington, N. C. V. A. MOORE ................ Ahoskie, N. C. W. A. MOORE .............. Bridgewater, Conn. W. H. MOORE ................ Baltimore, Md. B. F. MOOSE ................ Concord, N. C. A. D. MORGAN, JR ............. Raleigh, N. C. H. M. MORGAN ........... ..... Badin, N. C. S. L. MORGAN ................ Angier, N. C. W. J. MORGAN ............ Greensboro, N. C. W. P. MORGAN .............. Asheville, N. C. W. W. MORGAN .......... Spring Hope, N. C. C. R. MORRIS, JH ............. Raleigh, N. C. D. B. MORRISON .............. Concord, N. C. R. G. MORRISON ............ Statesville, N. C. J. P. MORTON .............. Lilesville, N. C. R. W. MOSELEY .............. Oakwoods, N. C. W. C. MOSER .................. Shelby, N. C. J. M. MOSES .............. New York, N. Y. J. L. MOSTU.ER ............ Spartanburg, S. C. C. B. MOLLIS ................ Monroe, N. C. W. D. MURDOCH .......... Mooresville, N. C. J. L. MURPHY, JR ......... Rocky Mount, N. C. L. V. MURPHY ................ Pittsburgh, Pa. R. B. MURRAY, JH ............... Norfolk, Va. J. W. MUSE .................. Durham, N. C. W. J. MUSSACK, JH ........... Halifax, N. C. A. MYERS ................ Mt. Gilead, N. C. J. V. MYERS .............. Greensboro, N. C. N. Y. MYEHS .............. Greensboro, N. C. J. R. MCANULTY .............. Raeford, N. C. J. H. McBRAYEH ........ Boiling Springs, N. C. E. W. McBRiDE ............ Taylorsville, N. C. C. E. MCCANDLESS .......... High Point, N. C. R. H. McCASKlLl, .......... Henderson, N. C. J. F. McCAULEY ............ Charlotte, N. C. J. E. McCoMAS .............. Shelbyville, Ind. S. H. McCoMBS .............. Monroe, N. C. P. McCoRKLE ................ Memphis, Tenn. W. D. McCoRKLE ............ Memphis, Tenn. R. U. McCREE ............ Sneads Ferry, N. C. D. F. McCuLLOCK ............ Charlotte, N. C. A. C. McCuRRY .......... Weaverville, N. C. I. A. McDANlEL .............. Salisbury, N. C. V. D. McDoNALD ............ Whittier, N. C. C. W. MCDOWELL .......... Highlands, N. C. V. E. MCDOWELL, JH ..... Roanoke Rapids, N. C. C. D. McDuFFiE .............. Raleigh, N. C. N. A. McFAHtAND .......... Greensboro, N. C. H. C. M. ( .1 i ................ Newton, N. C. H. McGEE, JR ................... Miami, Ha. E. McGowAN ................ Canton, N. C. J. W. MI-KKI i. ............ Washington, N. C. C. S. McKENZiE .......... High Point, N. C. H. P. McKiM ................ Ahoskie, N. C. P. R. McKiNNON .......... Mt. Gilead, N. C. H. F. MCKNIGHT .......... China Grove, N. C. [152] NCS lflTE FRESHMEN W. C. MCLEAN Addor, N. C. H. R. McLEOD McBee, S. C. J. P. McLEOD Lillington, N. C. J. S. McLEOD McBee, S. C. N. A. McLEOD Aberdeen, N. C. F. E. MACMANUS Pelham Manor, N. Y. F. W. MACMILLAN Fayetteville, N. C. J. B. McMtlRRAY Rutherfordton, N. C. K. W. McNEiLL Raeford, N. C. B. G. MCQUEEN Ellerbe, N. C. J. P. MCQUEEN Ellerbe, N. C. A. S. McRiMMON Rowland, N. C. C. F. McRoRiE Charlotte, N. C. B. H. MAXSORLEY Gibsonville, N. C. C. Z. McSwAiN, JR Shelby, N. C. W. D. NAPOWSA Raleigh, N. C. R. F. NARDIELLO Bayside L. I., N. Y. A. B. NEAL Roanoke Rapids, N. C. O. A. NEEL Charlotte, N. C. H. M. NEELV Charlotte, N. C. W. R. NESBIT Concord, N. C. W. L. NESBITT Fletcher, N. C. H. O. NEWELL Roxboro, N. C. F. E. NEWTON Crouse, N. C. G. E. NEWTON Yonkers, N. Y. W. H. NEWTON Crouse, N. C. W. S. NICHOLSON, JH Guilford College, N. C. C. E. NIFONG Winston-Salem, N. C. V. D. NIVEN, JR Charlotte, N. C. S. A. NIVENS Charlotte, N. C. W. M. Nix La Grange, Ga. T. M. NOBLES Greenville, N. C. J. S. NOELL Raleigh, N. C. C. J. NOLAN, JR Dallas, Tex. R. H. NORHELL Wheaton, 111. J. W. NORWOOD Raleigh, N. C. W. I. OEHMAN, JH Winston-Salem, N. C. E. A. OEHTER Winston-Salem, N. C. R. S. OGLESBV Richmond, Va. W. J. OGLESBV Newport, N. C. N. B. ORRMINS Long Island City, N. Y. R. W. OSBECK Minneapolis, Minn. T. Z. OSBORNE Sparta, N. C. R. C. OVERBEY Rocky Mount, N. C. C. W. OVERTON Kittrell, N. C. J. A. OUTEN Monroe, N. C. J. N. OWENS, J Charlotte, N. C. R. G. OWENS Florence, S. C. H. B. OXFORD Taylorsville, N. C. E. G. PADDISON Burgaw, N. C. A. A. PAGE Biltmore Forest, N. C. D. J. PAGE Elm City, N. C. E. D. PALMGHEN Winston-Salem, N. C. J. G. PAPPAS Ahoskie, N. C. R. E. PARDUE Yadkinville, N. C. F. T. PARHAM Henderson, N. C. W. R. PARHAM Franklinville, N. C. V. P. PARK Salisbury, N. C. R. M. PARKER Rocky Mount, N. C. C. H. PAHRISH Raleigh, N. C. L F P A C K . [153] FRESHMEN C. M. PAHHISH Otto, N. C. T. E. PAHRISH Portsmouth, Va. W. J. PASCHAL Goldston, N. C. C. R. PATE Raleigh, N. C. J. H. PATE Laurinburg, N. C. B. F. PATTERSON Hiddenite, N. C. C. C. PATTERSON Newton, N. C. J. D. PATTERSON Wilson, N. C. P. W. PATTERSON Broadway, N. C. J. PEACOCK Fremont, N. C. W. M. PEARSALL Dunn, N. C. C. S. PEARSON Rocky Mount, N. C. J. H. PEASE Charlotte, N. C. J. F. PECHE, JR Belmont, N. C. H. R. PEELE Williamston, N. C. R. L. PEELER Salisbury, N. C. A. M. PENCE Tatum, S. C. W. Z. PENLAND Asheville, N. C. J. L. PENNY Raleigh, N. C. M. C. PENNY Raleigh, N. C. C. W. PERKINS Connelly Springs, N. C. T. W. PERRY Concord, N. C. J. N. PETERSON Beaufort, N. C. J. R. PETERSON Spruce Pine, N. C. W. A. PETERSON Roseboro, N. C. R. F. PHELPS, JR Wilmington, N. C. W. R. PHELPS Monkton, Md. E. L. PHIFER Statesville, N. C. J. E. PHILLIPS Fountain, N. C. C. P. PHIPPS Greensboro, N. C. W. E. PICKAHD Durham, N. C. F. R. PICKETT Raleigh, N. C. R. A. PITTMAN Biscoe, N. C. M. L. PLUM Haddow Heights, N. J. J. M. POOVEY Statesville, N. C. C. B. POPLIN, JH Salisbury, N. C. T. H. POTTER Beaufort, N. C. W. A. POTTS Mt. Olive, N. C. T. H. POWELL Henderson, N. C. W. POZNIK Brooklyn, N. Y. S. B. PRESSON Charlotte, N. C. W. E. PHEVATT Charlotte, N. C. J. H. PREVETTE Statesville, N. C. D. H. PRICE Hickory, N. C. E. C. PRICE Selma, N. C. J. G. PRICE Clifton, N. C. J. A. PRICE Forest City, N. C. J. M. PRICE Clinton, N. C. W. E. PRICE Four Oaks, N. C. W. J. PRICE Whitakers, N. C. W. G. PRICE Roanoke Rapids, N. C. R. A. PRICHAHD Winston-Salem, N. C. F. L. PHILLAMAN Stoneville, N. C. J. L. PHILLAMAN Stoneville, N. C. C. C. PRITCHARD, JH Greensboro, N. C. C. G. PHITCHAHD Winston-Salem, N. C. J. M. PRIVETTE Wake Forest, N. C. W. C. PROCTOR, JR Rocky Mount, N. C. E. R. POLSIFER Raleigh, N. C. A. E. RACKLEY Wfflard, N. C. NCSlflTE FRESHMEN C. H. RACKLEY Willard, N. C. A. C. RAMSEY Kings Mountain, N. C. R. J. RANDALL Caroleen, N. C. J. RANKIN Raleigh, N. C. W. W. RAPER, JR High Point, N. C. F. L. RAPP Upper Darby, Pa. L. C. RATHZ High Point, N. C. A. RAY Brooklyn, N. Y. G. W. RAY High Point, N. C. T. A. RAY Raeford, N. C. W. H. REA, JH Newport News, Va. C. R. REID Charlotte, N. C. W. G. REID Pilot Mountain, N. C. R. L. REYNOLDS Rochester, N. Y. W. R. REYNOLDS Salisbury, N. C. J. E. RHOADES Winston-Salem, N. C. C. L. RHODES Mayodan, N. C. H. C. RHUDY Greensboro, N. C. D. S. RHYNER Gastonia, N. C. T. S. RHYNE, Ja Charlotte, N. C. S. F. RICH Durham, N. C. J. C. RICHARDS Winston-Salem, N. C. J. F. RICHIE Gastonia, N. C. W. E. RICKAHT Greensboro, N. C. J. S. RIOGAN, JR Norfolk, Va. W. E. RIGGS Greenville, N. C. R. W. RIPLEY Durham, N. C. W. J. RITCHIE, JR Faith, N. C. P. L. RIVADENRYHA Mexico City, Mexico A. C. ROANE, JH New York, N. Y. L. N. BOBBINS Lenoir, N. C. H. R. ROBERT Stoneville, N. C. C. W. ROBERTS Greensboro, N. C. C. B. ROBERTSON Madison, N. C. R. E. ROBERTSON, JR Raleigh, N. C. W. W. ROBERTSON Hamlet, N. C. C. H. ROBIN SON Gastonia, N. C. E. G. ROBINSON Lebanon, Tenn. H. E. ROBINSON Candor, N. C. S. W. RODDEY Charlotte, N. C. E. N. RODMON Washington, N. C. G. F. RODMON Washington, N. C. C. C. ROGERS Charlotte, N. C. H. B. ROGERS, JR Jackson, N. C. J. H. ROGERS Williamston, N. C. M. J. ROGERS Raleigh, N. C. W. R. ROLLINS Bessemer City, N. C. B. Ross Gary, N. C. H. D. Ross Kernersville, N. C. M. H. Ross Spindale, N. C. R. H. ROUNTHEE Gates, N. C. S. RUBEN Portsmouth, Va. D. H. RUCKER Winston-Salem, N. C. A. L. RUDD Guilford College, N. C. W. A. Russ Wilmington, N. C. C. E. RUSSELL Albemarle, N. C. N. C. RUSSELL Candler, N. C. J. F. RUTH Raleigh, N. C. J. K. RYMAN Whitehouse, N. J. J. W. SAFLEY Cooleemee, N. C. [155] FRESHMEN H. A . SAIN Hickory, N. C. R. F. SALEEBY Salisbury, N. C. R. C. SANBORN Gastonia, N, C. W. F. SANBORN Gastonia, N. C. R. M. SANDERS Wilmington, N. C. S. K. SANDERSON Magnolia, N. C. J. E. SAPPENFIELD High Point, N. C. R. M. SASNETT Durham, N. C. F. B. SATTERWHITE Salisbury, N. C. M. C. SAUNDERS Portsmouth, Va. R. W. SAWYER Darien, Wis. J. II. SCHELL Conover, N. C. F. E. SCHENKE Washington, D. C. F. E. SCHLEGEL, Jn Norfolk, Va. S. SCHMUKLER Bronx, N. Y, C. R. SCOTSON New York, N. Y. G. G. SCOTT, JR Leaksville, N. C. F. J. ScHABLn Raleigh, N. C. D. SECHTIN High Point, N. C. I . M. SE ;AL, Ju Greensboro, N. C. H. E. SEIBEI Norfolk, Va. C. SELIGSON New York, N. Y. W. J. SELZEH Raleigh, N. C. F. SENTER Raleigh, N. C. T. E. SETSEH Franklin, N. C. J. R. SEVERS Charlotte, N. C. K. B. SEXTON Enfield, N. C. R. B. SEYMOUR Raleigh, N. C. L. E. SHANNON Charlotte, N. C. N. C. SHARP Canton, N. C. J. B. SHARPS Newton, N. C. J. V. SHAHPE Reidsville, N. C. D. R. SHAVER Winston Salem, N. C. G. W. SHAW Raleigh, N. C. M. N. SHAW Leaksville, N. C. R. F. SHAW Greensboro, N. C. P. L. SHEHDAN Raleigh, N. C. W. J. SHELLEY Hamlet, N. C. H. H. SHEPHERD. JR Gibsonville, N. C. J. N. SHERRILL Winston-Salem, N. C. C. D. SHTNN China Grove, N. C. W. H. SHINN Concord, N. C. N. W. SHIPP Morrisville, N. C. R. R. SIMMONS, JR Rockingham, N. C. C. H. SINK Lexington, N. C. J. W. SISSON Audubon, N. J. R. B. SIZEMOHE Siler City, N. C. VV. D. SKIDMORE Raleigh, N. C. P. SLIFKA Lawrence, L. I., N. Y. O. H. SMART, JR Salisbury, N. C. D. J. SMATHEHS Canton, N. C. C. F. SMITH Marston, N. C. D. C. SMITH Charlotte, N. C. D. R. SMITH Hackensaclc, N. J. I E. D. SMITH Varina, N. C. E. M. SMITH, JH Durham, N. C. H. H. SMITH Gary, N. C. J. H. SMITH Fieldale, Va. J. SMITH Wilson, N. C. l| J. M. SMITH Lillington, N. C. [156] FRESHMEN J. P. SMITH, JR Raleigh, N. C. L. O. SMITH Clayton, N. C. P. W. SMITH Raleigh, N. C. R. L. SMITH Woodleaf, N. C. R. A. SMITH Varina, N. C. W. E. SMITH High Point, N. C. W. J. SMITH Dunn, N. C. N. D. SMITHSON, JR Ashcville, N. C. J. M. SMITHWICK Belhaven, N. C. O. C. SNIPES Fuquay Springs, N. C. J. M. SNODDY, JR Marion, N. C. W. K. SNYDEH Angier, N. C. T. N. SNUGCS Norwood, N. C. J. B. Si, is,i 11 Lake Junaluska, N. C. C. W. SOFLEY Cana, N. C. H. F. SPAIN Littleton, N. C. E. H. SPARKS Rockingham, N. C. J. H. SPARKS Rutherfordton, N. C. G. W. SPAYD Montague, N. C. S. SPEARS Far Rockaway, N. Y. E. W. SPENCER Oxford, N. C. 0. V. SPRINKLE Winston-Salem, N. C. 1. L. STACK, JH Coif ax, N. C. W. B. STACKHOUSE Wilmington, N. C. R. C. STAINBACK Raleieh, N. C. B. O. STANFIELD Reidsville, N. C. F. W. STEED Asheboro, N. C. J. E. STEGALL Monroe, N. C. G. A. STEPHENS Kernersville, N. C. G. O. STEPHENS Erwin, N. C. J. M. STEPHENS Leasburg, N. C. W. H. STEPHENSON Smithfield, N. C. H. E. STEPP, JR Asheville, N. C. W. A. STEVENS Smithfield, N. C. D. B. STEVENSON Statesville, N. C. A. W. STINSON Monroe, N. C. R. D. STOUT, JR Greensboro, N. C. W. T. STRATFORD Graham, N. C. C. A. STREET, JH Winston-Salem, N. C. J. W. STRIDER Mt. Gilead, N. C. C. F. STROUD Lexington, N. C. R. H. STROWD Chapel Hill, N. C. J. R. STUMP Nathan ' s Creek, N. C. E. W. SUGG Snow Hill, N. C. F. L. SUGGS Spencer, N. C. H. J. SUGGS Gastonia, N. C. J. L. SUGG Smithfield, N. C. T. L. SUGGS Fayetteville, N. C. W. R. SULLIVAN Goldsboro, N. C. J. G. SURRATT Charlotte, N. C. A. A. SWAIM High Point, N. C. A. B. SWALLOW Pawtucket, R. I. P. W. SWANSON, JR Clifton, N. J. W. D. SWART Wilmington, N. C. J. A. SWEAT Raleigh, N. C. R. G. SWEET Charlotte, N. C. V. E. SWIFT, JH Raleigh, N. C. H. SWINK, JR Salisbury, N. C. A. M. SWINNEY Draper, N. C. P. D. SYKES New London, N. C. [157] [158] FRESHMEN N. M. TART Dunn, N. C. T. H. TASSOS, JR Charlotte, N. C. L. E. TATEM Norfolk, Va. W. C. TATUM Durham, N. C. J. M. TAYLOR Raleigh, N. C. K. L. TAYLOR Burlington, N. C. M. C. TAYLOR Laurinburg, N. C. J. D. TEAGUE Granite Falls, N. C. L. B. TEMKIN Brooklyn, N. Y. C. F. TEMPLE Raleigh, N. C. R. V. TERRY, JR Newport News, Va. C. H. THAYER Asheboro, N. C. P. R. THOMAS Hiddenite, N. C. R. S. THOMAS, JH Lexington, N. C. W. E. THOMAS, JR Raleigh, N. C. W. I. THOMAS Greensboro, N. C. E. F. THOMPSON Raleigh, N. C. E. C. THOHNE Elm City, N. C. R. G. THROWER Rocky Mount, N. C. T. R. TILLETT Timberlake, N. C. J. J. TILSON Lincolnton, N. C. E. C. TIMANUS Lenoir, N. C. C. A. TINGEN Durham, N. C. J. D. TODD Rockingham, N. C. M. A. TODD, JH Raleigh, N. C. W. A. TODD, JH Charlotte, N. C. D. D. TOLKOFF New York, N. Y. E. L. TOPPING Roanoke Rapids, N. C. D. E. TOWNSEND, JR Durham, N. C. H. P. THAWICK, JR Tampa, Fla. H. L. TREXLER Salisbury, N. C. J. B. THIPP Greenville, N. C. R. J. THOUTMAN Hickory, N. C. D. M. THOXLEH Elon College, N. C. W. D. TUCK EBand, N. C. P. E. TUCKER Winston-Salem, N. C. E. M. TUPMAN Washington, D. C. F. B. TURBEHVILLE Milton, N. C. H. M. TURBYFILL Charlotte, N. C. E. L. TURNER Salisbury, N. C. J. L. TURNER Gibsonville, N. C. R. B. TURNER Oakboro, N. C. S. E. TURNER Martinsville, Va. W. G. TUSSEY Lexington, N. C. C. E. TUTWILER, JR Harrisonburg, Va. E. G. TYLER Gates, N. C. J. F. TYNDALL Pink Hill, N. C. G. B. UMSTEAD Durham, N. C. R. C. UPCHUHCH Raleigh, N. C. T. J. UPCHUHCH Raeford, N. C. T. H. UPCHURCH Raleigh, N. C. W. B. UPCHUHCH Morrisville, N. C. R. G. UTLEY Concord, N. C. H. D. VANCE Ash, N. C. C. P. VANNAME Wood-Ridge, N. J. R. M. VANSTOHY Fayetteville, N. C. B. A. VAUGHN Greensboro, N. C. A. R. VERBECK New York, N. Y. E. L. VEREEN Raleigh, N. C. R. B. VERNON Liberty, N. C. NCSlQTE FRESHMEN J. E. WAGNER, Jn Tarboro, N. C. M. E. WALKER Raleigh, N. C. R. L. WALKER Reidsville, N. C. W. L. WALKER Goldsboro, N. C. C. C. WALLER Durham, N. C. G. R. WALLER, JR Clinton, N. C. L. J. WALLS, JR Bolivia, N. C. J. S. WALTON Raleigh, N. C. F. B. WARD Badin, N. C. J. A. WARD Williamston, N. C. L. WARD Badin, N. C. M. F. WARD Leaksville, N. C. L. P. WARE Kings Mountain, N. C. W. L. WARE, JH Kings Mountain, N. C. H. B. WARREN Roseboro, N. C. W. H. WARREN Wilson, N. C. A. G. WATSON Mount Airy, N. C. J. A. WATSON Lucama, N. C. A. H. WATTS, JR Greenville, S. C. C. P. WEAVER Salisbury, N. C. J. G. WEAVER Weaverville, N. C. B. A. WEDDINGTON China Grove, N. C. D. F. WEHUNT Cherryville, N. C. S. P. WEHUNT Cherryville, N. C. T. A. WEISNER Greensboro, N. C. T. S. WEISS Greenwich, Conn. T. H. WELDON, JR Henderson, N. C. J. R. WELFARE Winston-Salem, N. C. J. M. WELFARE Winston-Salem, N. C. J. F. WELLONS, JH Kenly, N. C. H. C. WEST, JR Monroe, N. C. P. M. WEST Sheffield, Ala. L. E. WESTMORELAND Canton, N. C. R. H. WESTMORELAND Troutman, N. C. M. WHALEY Durham, N. C. T. B. WHATLEY Elkin, N. C. L. F. WHICKER Walkertown, N. C. C. D. WHITE High Point, N. C. J. S. WHITE Statesville, N. C. J. W. WHITE . Aulander, N. C. P. P. WHITE Raleigh, N. C. J. C. WHITEHUBST, JR Ayden, N. C. C. N. WHITESIDE Charlotte, N. C. Z. T. WHITESIDE Rutherfordton, N. C. R. J. WHITMTRE, JH Asheville, N. C. T. E. WHITMIRE Asheville, N. C. M. A. WICKER Greensboro, N. C. S. T. WIGGINS Henderson, N. C. H. B. WILFONG Hickory, N. C. R. P. WILLARD Winston-Salem, N. C. E. T. WILLIAMS Raleigh, N. C. G. A. WILLIAMS Norfolk, Va. N. L. WILLIAMS Raleigh, N. C. P. P. WILLIAMS Goldsboro, N. C. W. H. WILLIAMS Goldsboro, N. C. C. L. WILLIFORD So. Norfolk, Va. R. J. WILLIS, JR LaGrange, Ga. T. L. WILLIS New Bern, N. C. J. E. WILLOUGHBY Plymouth, N. C. H. D. WILSON Wilmington, N. C. [159]. FRESHMEN L. F. WILSON Roxboto, N. C. R. E. WILSON Massapequa, N. Y. R. M. WILSON Raleigh, N. C. W. A. WILSON, JR Timbeilake, N. C. W. F. WILSON Gastonia, N. C. W. WILSON Henderson, N. C. O. J. WINSTEAD Mt. Olive, N. C. H. K. WITHERSPOON, JR Raleigh, N. C. J. E. WITHERSPOON Rockingham, N. C. R. L. WITTY Summerfield, N. C. G. H. WOOD Memphis, Tenn. J. F. WOOD, JR High Point, N. C. T. A. WOOD Gastonia, N. C. W. B. WOODALL, JB Smithfield, N. C. J. N. WOODELL, JR Fayetteville, N. C. J. H. WRIGHT Fallston, N. C. J. R. WVNN, JR Four Oaks, N. C. W. M. YEAGO Fayetteville, N. C. V. W. YELTON Spindale, N. C. G. S. YOUNG, JH Asheville, N. C. S. C. YOUNG Raleigh, N. C. F. J. YOUNT Granite Falls, N. C. C. V. ZIMMERMAN Gibsonville, N. C. H. J. ATKINS Cary, N. C. E. T. BAESEL, JH Charlotte, N. C. R. L. BLACK, JR Charlotte, N. C. J. H. BRINKLEY Valdese, N. C. D. BROOK Lawrence, N. Y. S. M. BUTLER Cherryville, N. C. B. A. COBBETT, JR Gamer, N. C. S. O. GLUCK New York, N. Y. J. GBACO Albert, W. Va. L. E. GROSS Burlington, N. C. L. JACKSON, JR Erwin, N. C. M. L. JOHNSON Raleigh, N. C. W. W. JONES Raleigh, N. C. W. F. LEWIS Rocky Point, N. C. J. W. PETERS Neniveh, Pa. J. M. PRICE Clinton, N. C. W. W. ROBERTSON Hamlet, N. C. R. N. ROUNTHEE Gates, N. C. A. L. RUDD Guilford College, N. C. W. A. Russ Wilmington, N. C. L. SANFORD Hilton Village, Va. G. I. SMITH Raleigh, N. C. R. C. SPARKMAN Wilmington, N. C. W. F. THOMPSON Bloomington, Ind. H. D. THORP Rocky Mount, N. C. J. A. WALTON Spencer, N. C. J. A. WATSON Lucama, N. C. C. T. WHEELER Raleigh, N. C. I. P. WILLIAMS Haw River, N. C. E. J. WILLIS, JR Lumberton, N. C. T. B. WINSTON Greensboro, N. C. J. H. WYNNE Rocky Mount, N. C. [160] lit i w ' ' ' ' ' " " - ' v From A Message World War II clearly demonstrated the value of the Reserve (ROTC) to our National Defense. The War Department in year has recognized this value. New policies in administration of the ' courses of instruction will better prepare the ROTC graduate to meet ' serve officer in our reorganized army in which educational values and a b State College ROTC is known to have consistently maintained before the war ' ' -. again be attained. SAMUEL A. GIBSON, Colonel, Infantry, LI. S. A. PMS T. ? ' ; .. BATTALION STAFF Left to Right T. J. CLARK Lieutenant-Colonel E. B. GREGG Major W. M. HEARN Adjutant J. R. SHELDON S-2 P. D. MIGALEDDI S-3 J. T. BARBER S-4 MRS. T. J. CLARK Honorary Cadet Colonel THE MILITARY STAFF COLONEL N. McMlLLIN LT. COL. E. A. DEES LT. COL. MAJOR J. G. NELSON C. B. SHIMER MAJOR W. D. VAUGHN MAJOR J. J. ENGLAND CAPTAIN J. L. EDWARDS CAPTAII E. O. BRO CAPT. J. R. SHELDON LT. W. H. BARBER LT. E. A. CLARK LT. D. F. CoRLErr Cin.Lfo PLATOON CAPT. I. FELDMAN LT. T. W. BLACKE LT. T. W. MOORE LT. E. T. WADSWOHTH CAPT. C. A. JONES LT. A. W. BOSWELL LT. C. E. JONES LT. T. A. VENIA CAPT. G. G. WYMCK LT. C. L. HEGE LT. J. L. SHARBER LT. R. C. SPARKMAN THE MILITARY BAND Vital to every parade and every function of the entire Military organization is the military band. Serving year after year with excellent preform- ances, they are considered one of the outstanding units of their kind in this section. The band is composed of military students who show an apti- tude to music. First row. M Sgt. Prestridge, Porter, Palmgreen, Allen, Fesperman, Wilfond, Edge, Carrol. Second row. Mills, Robinson, Merritt, Butchart, Dodge, Fields, Cranford. Third row. Cooke, Gillett, Ward, Glass, Rogers, Hoke, Edwards. THE RIFLE TEAM Under the able direction of Major W. D. Vaughan, officer in charge, and M Sgt. Prestridge, coach, the 1947 rifle team is again expected to win many matches this season. The team has thirteen matches scheduled and also plans to participate in the Hearst Trophy Match and the Seventh Army Intercollegiate Rifle Match. Last year State won first and second in these two matches. OFFICERS ' CLUB OFFICERS T. J. CLARK President C. E. JONES V ice-President J. M. KITCHENS Secretary A. W. BOSWELL Treasurer F. E. HUNT Sergeant-at-Arms T. J. CLARK EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE C. E. JONES A. W. BOSWELL G. G. WYRICK Infantry R. T. WILKERSON Infantry E. B. GREGG Signal Corps C. A. SMITH, JR Signal Corps D. B. HARVELL Air Corps C. G. LIVENGOOD Air Corps The Cadet Officers ' Association was reorganized at the beginning of this school year with the purpose of en- couraging and promoting a greater interest in this College, Community and Country among the advanced R. O. T. C. students. The association assists in the selection of the basic military student who will receive the advanced course. The Military Ball, always one of the highlights of the college ' s social calendar, is sponsored by the Cadet Officers ' Association. J. T. BARBER W. H. BARBER T. W. BLACKE E. A. CLARK D. F. CORLETT I. FELDMAN E. B. GREGG W. M. HEARN C. L. HEGE SENIOR MEMBERS C. A. JONES P. D. MlGALEDDI T. W. MOORE J. L. SHARBER J. G. SHELDON R. C. SPARKMAN T. P. VENIA E. T. WADSWORTH, JR. G. G. WYRICK REST! 1. Parade Rest ... 2. You guys stink! ... 3. Yes, Sgt. ... 4. By the right flank . . . 5. Looking good ... 6. Six o ' clock ... 7. Good haircut ... 8. PFC Harry James . . . 9. Eyes right ... 10. Two demerits ... 11. Worse than K. P. 12. Battalion ' s Ranks ... 13. Gee, guns ... 14. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday ... 15. Dress up! ... 16. Chow ... 17. Pretty good triangle ... 18. Inspection arms! ... 19. Ready- blow . . . 20. Move ' em out ... 21. By the numbers . . . 22. Hay foot, straw foot . . . 23. Pass in review . . . 24. You on the end, where ' s ya ' cap . . . 25. Officers to the front ... 26. Review ' s over ... 27. Bull ' s-eye ... 28. Azimuth 18 degrees. KHPaOf t X f?!V 1 " ' ' , ' } " ' . ' .: V " , " ' C . " ' ' - " " ' " " ( PUBLICATIONS PUBLICATIONS BOARD F. H. JETER Chairman C. R. LEFORT Secretary W. L. MAYER R. P. MARSHALL GRADY MARTIN, HAROLD STINSON Agriculturist JIM JOHNSON, CURTIS HOBSON Agromeck W. J. ELLIS, C. E. KNIGHTEN Pi Ne Turn M. B. DUNN, ED SELLERS Southern Engineer JACK FISLER, IKE TULL Technician W. A. NEWELL, MARIO COHEN Textile Forum ANDY PATTON, JOHN BOYTER Wataugan WESLEY JONES Radio Station FRED WAGONER, MAURICE PICKLER, DAVE SEWELL . . . .Stiident Body FRANK H. JETER Chairman LEFORT ELLIS COHEN MARSHALL KNIGHTEN PATTON MAYER DUNN BOYTER MARTIN SELLERS JONES STINSON FISLER WAGONER JOHNSON TULL PICKLER HOBSON NEWELL SEWELL JAMES T. JOHNSON Editor The Editorial Staff JAMES T. JOHNSON Editor-in-Chief ROBERT E. LEVIN Managing Editor GEORGE HAHHELL Associate Editor ROBERT S. HOUSTON Photographic Editor VEBNON T. STACK, JR Photographic Editor HARRY WALCOFF Photographer B. ATWOOD SKINNER Fraternity Editor MARGARET BAREFIELD Organization Editor BETTIE WAGNER Organization Editor JACQUELINE A. WITMER Features Editor JEANNETTE SIMPSON Features Editor DOUGLAS T. HOUSE Co-Sports Editor STUART L. ZECKENDORF Co-Sports Editor J. B. STINSON Senior Editor GENE M. HOUSE Senior Editor CLAUDE S. KIDD Office Manager WALTER E. THOMA Freshman Editor TAMES L. DIEHL Asst. Photo Editor BERNARD DIAMOND Asst. Photo Editor KELLY BATSON Copy Editor ANGUS E. CHISHOLM Assf. Office Manager ROBERT L. BIRD Asst. Fraternity Editor These are the people who have worked so hard and faithfully throughout the entire year to make the 1947 AGROMECK possible. Their job was not an easy one. A comparison of the size of this book to that of any AGROMECK published during the war years will quickly show that much additional work was required. Whereas 1800 copies were printed last year, this year we are printing 4700. The engraving and printing costs are nearly twice again as much as before, and we all feel that we must be twice as tired as anybody ever was. Quite a few other people were instrumental in getting your annual to you: Len Glover and Manson Allen up at The Lvnchburg Engraving Co.; Harrie Keck at Observer Printing House; " Budgy " Riggan at Daniel Riggan Studio; Dean Romeo Lefort; and Mr. H. K. Witherspoon (who took all our color shots for us). These and others pooled their efforts, and we hope you like the results. Top to bottom, left to right: Barefield, Bird, Chisholm, Diamond, Diehl, House, House, Houston, Kidd, Levin, Simpson, Skinner, Stack, Stinson, Thomas, Wagner, Walcoff, Witmer, Zeckendorf. The Business Staff CURTIS J. HOBSON Business Manager CYMA MAE SALTZMAN Associate Business Manager W. T. BROWN Associate Business Manager THOMAS C. MILLSAPS Associate Business Manager IRVING FELDMAN Assistant Business Manager MELVIN GLAZER Assistant Business Manager HENRY A. OGDEN Assistant Business Manager JOHN F. FAULK Contract Manager RICHARD F. PHELPS, JR LocaZ Advertising LAWRENCE WATTS Local Advertising GEORGE R. WALLER Local Advertising ROBERT G. THROWER Office Manager HORACE TAYLOR Staff Artist HUGH O. JONES, JR Photographic Manager TULA CARTER Photographic Manager I. D. BAHTLETT Freshman Business Manager PAUL E. FERGUSON Freshman Contract Manager 1947 The CURTIS J. HOBSON Business Manager Top to bottom, left to right: Bartlett, Brown, Carter, Faulk, Feldman, Ferguson, Glazer, Jones, Millsaps, Ogden, Phelps, Saltzman, Taylor, Thower, Watts, Waller. THE TECHNICIAN JACK FISLER Editor JACK FISLER Editor IKE TULL Business Manager GEORGE HARRELL Sports Editor C. A. DILLON, JR Sports Editor WOODY WILLIAMS Managing Editor DAVE FRANKLIN News Editor AVERY BROCK Associate Editor JULES SILVERSTEIN Associate Editor EDITORIAL STAFF STUART ZECKENDORF BILL BARTON EMMETT BRINGLE I IOWIE KADEN IRA HELMS LEON MANN LONNIE WEATHERS PATE FOREHAND WADE McLEAN JAMES HOLLINGER OREN BOYLES JOHN POPLIN FIORACE GENE ENGLISH TED WILLIAMSON M. A. McDuFFiE CHARLES PATE WILLIAM PROCTER RICHARD FOWLER EDWARD G. ROBINSON Lois MADDEN HARRY WALCOFF CHARLES SHUFORD BERNIE DIAMOND BILL ADAMS TAYLOR HARRELL BROCK WEATHERS BOYLES ROBINSON DILLON SILVERSTEIN FOREHAND POPLIN MADDEN WILLIAMS ZECKENDORF McLEAN ENGLISH WALCOFF FRANKLIN BARTON HOLLINGER WILLIAMSON SHUFORD DIAMOND TAYLOR ADAMS [180] KENNETH COBLE LEWIS ALLEN ALTON WILSON MAX HALBER JACK TAYLOR BILL COCHRAN ELBERT BROWER BUSINESS STAFF LARRY RATHZ GENE HOUSE FRED SHENKE BOB McCLOUD CARL BURRIS JIM RANKIN TOM RIPLEY The Technician is the weekly newspaper of State College, published entirely by the students. This year has seen the Technician circulation rise to over 5,000 com- pared with a pre-war circulation of 3,000. In keeping with the expanded circulation the Technician has expanded the size of the paper despite the severe handicap of not having enough newsprint. The traditional four-page edition has appeared in 6 and 8 page form as many weeks as the supply of newsprint would allow. Plans for a semi- weekly newspaper are under way at this writing. The Technician has capably covered the many events of this year as well as taking a leading role in the promo- tion of many of the most outstanding occasions. The staff of the Technician is an exemplary cross-section of the various groups present on the campus. This fact accounts for the complete coverage the Technician has given to all groups. The Technician has rated the " best since 1939 " and has taken a place with the best college weekly news- papers in the nation. COBLE ALLEN WILSON TAYLOR RATHZ HOUSE SHENKE IKE TULL Business Manager [181] THE WATAUGAN After a three-year period of dormancy, the Wataugan, " The Maga- zine for College Men, " was resurrected with the approval of the Publications Board as a literary magazine. Working on the theory that it could be both literary and humorous, the staff made an effort to publish a magazine that would please the students and at the same time come up to the standards set by the Publications Board. It is published six times yearly. ANDREW J. PATTON Editor JOHN C. BOYTER Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF JOHN F. FAULK Associate Editor TAL FALCO Associate Editor ALBERT DUGAN Writer JOHN K. BRANCH Writer WILLIAM FAISON Writer BERNARD KAHN Writer JOHN STRAUSS Writer MAX FOWLER Writer NED FOWLER Writer BETTYE I IARRIS Exchange BOBBIE THOMPSON Exchange CARSON YATES Photographer OSCAR WHITESCARVER Photographer DON G. SCHULMAN Photographer AL PECHMAN Cartoonist JACK ROSE Cartoonist CHARLES SELIGSON Cartoonist WALT JOSEPH Cartoonist BUSINESS STAFF H. K. WITHERSPOON . .Associate Business Manager PETE PETERSON Associate Business Manager BRUCE BEAMAN Circulation Manager BEN IVEY Advertising BOB THOMPSON Advertising TOMMY LINGLE Advertising JOE WAGNER Advertising STEVE BAYER Advertising DICK SONTAG Advertising HAROLD WEISS Advertising Top to bottom, left to right: Fault, Dugan, Branch, Faison, Kahn, Strauss, Harris, Thompson, Schulman, Pechman, Rose, Seligson, Joseph, Witherspoon, Beaman, Thompson, Wagner, Bayer, Weiss. [182] GRADY A. MARTIN Editor HAROLD E. STINSON Business Manger EDITORIAL STAFF MAURICE PICKLER Associate Editor STUART ZECKENDORF Managing Editor PAUL BANNERMAN . . .Assistant Editor STAFF JOE SANDERSON THORNE REYNOLDS TOM ROBBINS LENOIR YORK FRANK SPAIN KEITH GREGORY WALTON THOMPSON J. B. STINSON GUY JONES GERALD JAMES FRANKLIN TEAGUE BOBBY SESSIONS FRANK McDowELL CLAUDE KIDD FRED KENDALL BUSINESS STAFF JOHN D. MACKIE .... Associate Business Manager JULIAN K. STAFFORD Circulation Manager WADE HOBSON Advertising Manager CECIL WELLS O. C. HESTER WILLIAM E. HALL STANLEY CORRIKER JOHN WAGONER JOHN W. STALLINGS OTTIS Ross SAM ARRINGTON STAFF DON A. BlGGERSTAFF ROBERT T. WILDERSON JAMES ALGOOD WALTER MCPHERSON CARL ZIMMERMAN ELWOOD BLACKWELL JAMES H. PREVETTE ARTHUR MACKIE Top to bottom, left to right: Pickler, Zeckendorf, Bannerman, Sanderson, Reynolds, Robbins, Spain, Gregory, Thompson, Stinson, Jones, James, Teague, Sessions, McDowell, Kidd, Kendall, Mackie, Stafford, Hobson, Hester, Hall, Corriker, Wagoner, Stallings, Ross, Arlington, Biggerstaff, McPherson, Zimmer- man, Blackwell, Prevette, Mackie. THE AGRICULTURIST The Agriculturist, published six times yearly, has been the official publication of the Ag Club and the School of Agriculture for twenty years. This publication promotes closer cooperation between students and faculty and keeps the alumni posted on activities of the School of Agriculture. Through its wide circulation, the Agriculturist ever maintains close contact with North Carolina citizens and serves as an important organ of publicity both within the state and in other states. [183] SOUTHERN ENGINEER The Southern Engineer is published six times each academic year during the months of October, November, January, February, March, and June, under the sponsorship of the Student Engineers ' Council. The magazine has a twofold purpose: to dissiminate information, and to afford to the engineering students who comprise the staff an op- portunity to develop writing techniques. MAURICE B. DUNN Editor EDWARD G. SELLERS Business Manager MAURICE B. DUNN Editor EDWARD G. SELLERS Business Manager HUGH A. WILLIAMS Managing Editor JOHN B. GILLETT .... Assistant Business Manager JOHN MOORE Circulation Manager THOMAS R. I IOBBS EDWARD I. BARTON ROBERT A. MCALLISTER WILLIAM C. ROE GARY MCCACHERN FLOYD I IARPER JOSEPH N. SEID JAYSON DEYTON M. A. MEARES L. F. THOMPSON FACULTY ADVISORY BOARD J. H. LAMPE A. M. FOUNTAIN W. F. BABCOCK F. W. DADE Top to bottom, left to right: Williams, Gillctt, Hobbs, Barton, McAllister, Roe, Harper, Deyton, Meares, Thompson. [184] WILIJAM A. NEWELL Editor MARIO COHEN Business Manager TEXTILE FORUM Magazine reactivated Jan. 1946 after wartime halt. Four issues put out, one each yearly quarter. Circulation raised from 1250 to 3500 copies. Size of magazine increased from 28 to 54 pages. - WILLIAM A. NEWELL Editor MARIO COHEN Business Manager JAMES J. WEST Circulation Manager Facility Advisory Board DEAN MALCOLM E. CAMPBELL PROFESSOR ELLIOTT R. GROVER Editorial Staff W. P. GREER C. EDWARD TAYLOR Easiness Staff MARY E. MILLER LEONARD GOLDMAN Circulation Staff JACK GREEN Top to bottom, left to right: West, Grecr, Miller, Goldman. [185] PINETUM For the past decade and a half, the Pinetum has been the written voice of the students in the Forestry Foundation. It is sponsored by the Forestry Club and is published annually, making its appearance during the Spring term. Feature articles are contributed by the student body relative to the major school activities such as field trips, progress reports, and on many other subjects of interest to both the undergraduates and graduates in forestry. WILLIAM J. ELLIS Editor THOMAS F. ICARD Business Manager WILLIAM J. ELLIS, JR Editor THOMAS F. ICARD Business Manager EDWARD SELTZER Associate Editor BENJAMIN D. FRANKLIN Assistant Editor NORMAN HODUL .... Assistant Business Manager PAUL WEST Local Advertising Manager EDITORIAL STAFF ROBERT DORSEN BERT ZUCKERMAN WALTER KELLER JAY H. HARDEE WILLIAM J. BARTON CLARENCE BLACKSTOCK LEWIS SMITH BUSINESS STAFF ROBERT MOORE GEORGE SMITH PHILIP NOLAN Top to bottom, left to right: Franklin, Hodul, Dorsen, Keller, Barton, Zuckerman, Hardee, Black- stock, Moore. [186] lor v 1 ORGANIZATIONS AND HONORARY FRATERNITIES PHI KAPPA PHI OFFICERS W. N. HICKS President ]. M. CLARKSON Secretary A. C. HAYES . Treasurer D. B. ANDERSON C. H. BOSTIAN C. R. BRAMER B. F. BROWN E. J. BROWN T. T. BROWN WILLIAM HAND BROWNE R. C. BULLUCK J. D. CLARK J. M. CLARKSON E. L. CLOYD R. W. ClIMMINGS VV. R. CURTIS R. S. DEARSTYNE 1 1. A. FISHER J. E. FOSTER A. M. FOUNTAIN A. F. GREAVES-WALKER R. E. L. GREENE A. A. ARMSTRONG I. D. AUSTIN W. M. BLAND, JR. R. E. BRICKHOUSE S. B. BURWELL E. R. COLE E. R. CONWAY, III FACULTY MEMBERS A. II . GRIMSHAW J. W. HARRELSON THOMAS P. HARRISON A. C. HAYES W. N. HICKS F. H. JETER S. G. LEHMAN R. L. LOVVORN J. A. LYLE R. P. MARSHALL MRS. JANE McKiMMON WILLIAM M. McGfiHEE Z. P. METCALF G. K. MlDDLETON T. B. MITCHELL I). J. MOFFIE C. G. MuMFORD THOMAS (DEAN) NELSON JAMES W. PATTON STUDENT MEMBERS J. M. CURTIS R. DAM MANN O. M. GARDNER, JR. 1 1. GILMORE, JR. C. E. GRIGSBY T. A. HARDAWAY J. M. HUMPHREY H. L. JORDAN W. J. PETERSON E. E. RANDOLPH C. B. RATCHFORD W. A. REID G. H. SATTERFIELD A. O. SHAW W. E. SHINN I. V. SHUNK G. K. SLOCUM R. L. STONE A. D. STUART J. L. STUCKEY WILLIAM G. VAN NOTE L. L. VAUGHAN B. W. WELLS C. B. WILLIAMS L. F. WILLIAMS N. W. WILLIAMS A. J. WILSON A. M. KIRBY, JR. P. H. MCDONALD M. J. PlCKLER J. B. STINSON J. R. TURBEVILLE S. C. WlLBER M. S. WILLIAMS DOUGLAS T. HOUSE VERNON M. BARNES WILLIAM M. BLAND NAL HONOR FRAT President Vice-President Secretary ROBERT H. REYNOLDS Ill . I 1 Treasurer I AYLOR MOSER ED ORR PRESTON PAGE iVLvuRicE PICK YN E G Blue Key Fraternity recognizes service, placing equal emphasis the outstanding men in every studer to preserve the principles of good c students. This year Blue Key sponso . . . co-sponsored a dance that was campus organizations in a successful persons . . . also sponsors the annual jties in character, scholarship, and student activities. Composed of rpose is to perpetuate belief in God, d to promote the best interest of the Homecoming in our school history uccessful . . . cooperated with other to collect food and clothing for needy Pushball contest. [189] D. H. MlCHAL V ice-President C. I. BlIRKHEAD Corresponding Secretary V. M. BABNES Recording Secretary PROF. L. L. VAUCHAN Treasurer TAU BETA PI Tau Beta Pi is a national engineering association found- ed at Lehigh University in 1885. Alpha of N. C. was installed here in 1925. While distinguished scholarship is the primary requisite for admission, true integrity is considered the " sine qua non " for membership in Tau Beta Pi. To be elected into Tau Beta Pi is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a student engineer. First row. Armstrong, Bland, Brickhouse, Clapp, Cole, Dammann. Second row. Gilmorc, Grigsby, Hardaway, Holtzclaw, Houston, Kendrick. S. C. WILDER President S. C. WILBER, JR President D. H. MICHAL V ice-President C. I. BURKHEAD, JR Corresponding Secretary V. M. BARNES, JR Recording Secretary PROF. L. L. VAUGHAN Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS J. N. FARLOW C. R. BRAMER R. R. BROWN E. L. CLOYD J. W. HARRELSON W. N. HICKS E. G. HOEFER J. E. LEAR C. L. MANN E. W. WlNKLER F. C. WILLIAMS R. B. RICE G. W. SMITH WALTER LOWEN L. L. VAUGHAN MEMBERS J. R. ARMSTRONG, JR. W. M. BLAND R. E. BRICKHOUSE H. P. CLAPP E. R. COLE R. DAMMANN H. GILMORE, JR. C. E. GRIGSBY T. A. HARDAWAY R. W. HOLTZCLAW R. S. HOUSTON R. F. KENDRICK A. M. KIRBY, JR. R. G. KNIGHT H. J. LEWIS M. A. MEARES H. C. MILLER, JR. R. A. MCALLISTER N. C. PAPPAS J. M. PAYNE j. C. REEVES E. G. SPURLING, JR. F. M. STEELE J. E. STEVENS E. O. TRAVIS J. R. TURBEVILLE Top to bottom, left to right: Kirby, Knight, Lewis, Meares, Miller, McAllister, Pappas, Reeves, Stevens, Travis, Turbeville. [191] STUDENT GOVERNMENT FRED WAGONER President BILL THORNTON Vice-President BILL DANIEL Secretary GEORGE I IARRELL Treasurer FRED II. WAGONER President FACULTY MEMBERS W. N. HICKS F. W. LANCASTER T. C. BROWN J. W. CELL MEMBERS L. M. ALLEN ROBERT BRICKHOUSE J. L. FINLEY B. I). FRANKLIN |. II. GARDNER II. II. HARPER J. T. Moss I. I. HOUSTON F. A. KENDALL W. A. NEWELL R. L. PEACOCK G. W. SLEDGE ]. IT. SYRUS J. T. WATTS |. I). WILSON W. L. WOODALL W. M. WILLIAMS MOYLE WILLIAMS ITflTE 7%r UJ O L F P A C K_ STUDENT GOVERNMENT The Campus Government and Honor System was established in 1921 for " the purpose of forming a more perfect community of scholars, afford- ing opportunity for training in American citizenship, and securing the blessings of liberty, learning, and integrity . . . " for those of the college community. A new constitution was drawn up and adopted in 1945 in order that the ever changing needs of campus might be more adequately met. The Council is a cross-section of the Student Body for each professional school and each class is represented therein. The twenty-four members and the four officers are elected by their fellow classmates in an open election as is the democratic principle. Although there are only twenty-eight members of the Council, each duly-registered student is an integral part of the Campus Government, since he has pledged his earnest support of those fundamental principles of honor and learning for which the Campus Government stands. [193] ALPHA ZETA COLORS: Blue and Gold CHARLES E. SCHREYER Chancellor fosEPH E. SANDERSON Censor STUART L. ZECKENDORF Scribe IOHN B. STINSON Treasurer MAURICE J. PICKLER Chronicler CHARLES E. SCHREYER Chancellor JOSEPH E. SANDERSON Censor Jon ; Mi Faculty members: L. O. Armstrong, Francis Mc- Vay, J. E. Foster. Members: Paul E. Bannerman, Robert O. Brown, William J. Barton, James P. Bowles, Roy H. Byrd, T. Stuart Critcher, Frank R. Craig, John F. Fisler, Keith R. Gregory, Jay H. Hardee, Gerald B. James, Guy L. Jones, Douglas T. House, Harry L. Jordan, James T. Johnson, Frank H. McDowell, Grady A. Martin, Thomas J. Robbins, George W. Smith, Harold E. Stinson, J. Philip Strole, James Clyde Taylor, Walton R. Thompson, John D. Tripp, Robert P. Upchurch, Fred H. Wagoner, John B. Wagoner, William C. Williford, Moyle S. Wil- liams, Charles B. Coble, John D. Wilson. The early part of 1946 was spent in reactivating the North Carolina Chapter of Alpha Zeta, after a period of three years ' inactivity due to the war. Fifteen new members were taken in last April, and ten more were initiated in November. Alpha Zeta has many plans for activities designed to make the State College Campus a better place to live and work. The fraternity has been instrumental in the erection of a trophy case in Patterson Hall for the School of Agriculture. Top to bottom, left to right: Bannerman, Brown, Barton, Byrd, Critcher, Craig, Fisler, Gregory, Har- dee, James, Jones, House. 9f CS : :, Sn Si Si : Ti Q H W W TOTE JORDAN JOHNSON MCDOWELL MARTIN PlCKLER ROBBINS STINSON, H. STINSON, J. STROLE THOMPSON TRIPP UPCHURCH WAGONER, F. WAGONER, J. WILLIFORD ZECKENDORF WILSON [195] ELIZABETH FRAZIER President SIGMA TAU SIGMA OFFICERS ELIZABETH FRAZIER President JACK I IARRIS Vice-President BOB LEVIN Treasurer CYMA SALTZMAN Secretary HARVEY FORREST Publicity PROF. T. R. HART Facility Adviser PROF. A. C. HAYES Faculty Adviser Faculty members: Dean Thomas Nelson, Prof. A. H. Grimshaw, Prof. T. R. Hart, Prof. J. T. Hil- ton, Prof. W. E. Shinn, Prof. J. F. Bogdan, Dean Malcolm C. Campbell, Prof. Elliot B. Grover, Prof. G. H. Dunlap, Prof. A. C. Hayes, Dr. Frederick Pierce. Members: John Williams, Elizabeth Frazier, Kathleen Phillips, Cyma Saltzman, Bob Levin, Jack Harris, Herb Verrill, O. Max Gardner, Jr., J. S. McAlister, 1 1. E. LeGrand, H. T. Moser, Charlie R. Kuhn, Bill Lowery, Irwin Berkelheimer, Ralph Degen, Harvey Forrest, E. N. Brower, Jr., J. L. Finley, C. B. Harper, Herman Harris, H. J. Jara- millo, ' E. W. Koury, James MacDonald, Jr., W. D. Moscr, W. A. Newell, P. W. Nipper, S. C. Schwartz, D. B. Stillwell, Jr., Sidney Ann Tooly, Tsun Ji Woo, E. D. Yachan, Alvin Margolis, James Rotan. Top to bottom, left to right: Williams, Phillips. Saltzman, Harris, Verrill, Gardner, LeGrand, Moscr, Kuhn, Lowery, Berkelheimcr, Degen, Forrest, Finley, Harper, Harris, Jaramillo, MacDonald, Moser, Newell, Nipper, Stilwell, Woo, Margolis, Rotan. Jtill CJ JOHN L Fi B.F TUTE lev, .,, u a tion new Tl : is 4 PHI ETA SIGMA H. B. WILLIAMS President COLORS: Gold and Black OFFICERS H. B. WILLIAMS President C. M. STALLINGS V ice-President JOHN S. MOORE Secretary E. W. HESSEE Treasurer Faculty members: E. L. Cloyd, W. N. Hicks, B. F. Brown. Members: Robert A. Baker, H. A. Corriher, Jr., H. L. Cox, O. B. Glasgow, M. E. Griffing, F. J. Hawley, Jr., S. P. Hersh, K. L. Horton, C. R. Ibach, Jr., G. C. Kirkman, Jr., Robert E. Lee, E. G. Oak- ley, J. A. Jeece, S. N. Richardson, W. C. Roe, Jules Silverstein, C. M. Stallings, N. E. Taney, F. E. Thompson, Charles C. Tripp. Distributes booklets on " How To Study " to all incoming freshmen. Held banquet following initia- tion of new members. Had a part in welcoming new students during Freshman Week and outlined purpose of Phi Eta Sigma. The National Freshman Honorary Fraternity strives to encourage first-year men to have a desire for excellence in scholarship and college community life. A freshman must make grades of half " A " and half " B " in his first term in college in order to be eligible for membership. Throughout the colleges of the United States membership in Phi Eta Sigma is the highest honor in scholarship that a freshman mav attain. Top to bottom, left to right: Baker, Corriher, Cox, Glasgow, Griffing, Hersh, Horton, Iback, Lee, Moore, Richardson, Roe, Silverstein, Stallings, Tanev, Thompson. [197] GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON ROBERT C. HINKLE Grand Architect COLORS: Blue and White OFFICERS ROBERT C. HINKLE Grand Alchemist GEORGE KIOPEKLY Recorder WILLIAM J. DANIEL Visor JACKSON F. DUNN Sergeant-at-Arms L. F. WILLIAMS Faculty Adviser Faculty members: A. H. Grimshaw, W. E. Jor- dan, W. A. Reid, L. F. Williams, A. J. Wilson. Members: A. A. Armstrong, E. W. Brower, E. R. Cole, E. R. Conway, A. M. Kirby, C. R. Kuhn, J. F. McAlister, R. A. McAllister, J. E. Norwood. The purpose of Gamma Sigma Epsilon, national honorary fraternity, is to unite those men of high scholastic standing in chemistry and promote friend- ship and general welfare among chemists. Its goal is " to bring into closer relation the facts of science with the truths of God through the promotion of ijbhemistry. " Top to bottom, left to right: Kiopekly, Daniel, Dunn, Armstrong, Brower, Cole, Conway, Kirby, Kuhn, McAlister, McAlister, Norwood. [fl Dos F, !.. ; La Wl -. : : : its I PI TAU SIGMA JOHN M. McDERMOTT President THOMAS C. MILLSAPS Vice-President OFFICERS JOHN M. MCDERMOTT President THOMAS C. MILLSAPS V ' ice-President DONALD R. SWARTZ Recording Secretary ORIN H. FAGALA Corresponding Secretary ARCHIE W. FUTRELL Treasurer PROFESSOR R. B. RICE faculty Adviser Faculty members: R. B. Rice, E. G. Hoefer, L. L. Vaughan, J. W. Harrelson, H. B. Briggs, Walter Lowen, T. C. Brown, F. B. Wheeler. Members: R. B. Dulaney, I. L. Helms, J. C. Boyter, M. A. Meares, R. W. Holtzclaw, T. B. Ledbetter, W. A. Faison, L. B. Hoffman, J. K. Whitfield, R. M. Weatherly, J. R. Metz, J. H. Rhodes, D. N. Low, G. B. Whitfield, J. C. Hobbs, J. L. Robinson, J. N. Seid, D. F. Lefler, W. L. Woodall, G. R. Hoover, C. E. Jones, E. O. Travis, T. G. Willis, T. B. Carpenter, H. A. Ogden. The object of Pi Tau Sigma is to foster the high ideals of the engineering profession, to stimulate interest in coordinating departmental activities, and to promote the mutual professional welfare of its members. A Mechanical Engineering Handbook is given each year to the Sophomore having the highest scholastic average. The chapter room and files have been moved to the Diesel building. The fraternity has sponsored several inspection trips to various engineering firms. Two successful initiation banquets have been held at which several out- standing men in the Mechanical Engineering De- partment were initiated. The fraternity has given its full support to all departmental and A. S. M. E. activities. Top to bottom, left to right: Fagala, Swartz, Boyter, Meares, Holtzclaw, Futrell, Faison, Hoffman, Whitfield, Weatherly, Metz, Low, Whitfield, Hobbs, Robinson, Lefler, Woodall, Hoover, Jones, Travis, Willis, Carpenter, Ogden. [199] SIGMA PI ALPHA EDCAB A. ORR President COLORS: Red and Gold OFFICERS ED ORR President E. W. BROWER V ice-President EMILIO YACHAN Secretary S. T. BALLENGER Treasurer Faculty members: S. T. Ballenger, E. J. Brown, Gladys Cox, A. M. Fountain, H. R. Garriss, Ruth B. Hall, A. C. Hayes, L. E. Hinkle, F. W. Lancaster, Walter Lovven, W. G. Mendenhall, J. D. Paulson, E. W. Ruggles, W. G. Van Note, D. S. Weaver, Jr., Sanford Winston, G. W. Bartlett, H. D. Rawls. Members: Emilio Yachan, H. Jaramillo, E. R. Conway, Al Pfaff, Hizir Geylan, R. N. Pearce, W. L. Parker, C. R. Shields, J. T. Woo, H. O. Forrest, Elizabeth Frazier, W. J. Daniel, Robert Guirrette, A. C. Urdaneta, J. C. Leitch, A. O. Bautista, E. W. Brower, Jean Baskerville, E. A. Orr, J. B. King, Ed Cole, G. J. Jernigan. Top to bottom, left to right: Jaramillo, Pfaff, Pearce, Shields, Woo, Forrest, Frazier, Daniel, Guirrette, Undaneta, Bautista, King, Cole, Jernigan. : T.C ft ,u Cap ( l C.I G,] 1.1 . coti: TflTE R. W. BlVENS President s. MU BETA PSI OFFICERS R. W. BIVENS President W. J. ADAMS V ice-President T. C. MILLSAPS Secretary R. D. COLE Treasurer Faculty -members and Honorary members: Major A. O. Alford, Dean E. L. Cloyd, Dr. H. E. Cooper, Captain C. D. Farmer, Dr. A. M. Fountain, C. D. Kutschinski, J. F. Miller. Members: W. J. Adams, A. P. Beam, V. M. Barnes, Jr., C. G. Bingenheimer, R. W. Bivens, R. E. Brickhouse, Jr., J. A. Bocook, S. B. Burwell, J. W. Chadwick, G. W. Coble, R. D. Cole, J. M. Council, W. J. Daniel, H. B. Friday, J. Gallos, R. L. Goldston, J. L. Higgins, E. K. Howell, R. S. Hous- ton, G. M. House, W. F. Jarvis, T. Hardaway, L. Inscoe, C. R. Kuhn, H. J. Lewis, R. F. Lomax, J. R. McClurd, Jr., L. B. Miller, C. Mims, T. C. Mill- saps, H. T. Moser, J. E. Norwood, W. R. Parks, C. Plaster, J. Rudisill, R. E. Short, H. Y. Simerson, G. P. Snow, Alton Thomas, I. N. Tull, D. L. Ward, J. E. White, Jr., D. A. Womble. In the past year, this chapter of Mu Beta Psi has sponsored concerts presented by the various musical organizations of the campus. The chapter has en- couraged better learning of the school songs, and has supplied ushers for Civic Music concerts. Top to bottom, left to right: Beam, Barnes, Bingenheimer, Brickhouse, Bocook, Burwell, Chad- wick, Coble, Cole, Council, Daniel, Friday, Gallos, Higgins, Howell, Houston, House, Hardaway, Inscoe, Kuhn, Lewis, Lomax, Miller, Mims, Millsaps, Moser, Norwood, Parks, Snow, Thomas, Tull, Ward, Womble. [201] CHARLES G. MILLER Vice-President American Society of Civil Engineers OFFICERS FLOYD S. SEAY President CHARLES G. MILLER, JR V ice-President IRVING FELDMAN Secretary JACK R. ARMSTRONG Treasurer DONALD T. OVERMAN Assistant Secretary ROBERT L. BOSTIAN Assistant Treasurer JOE C. MILLSAPS Reporter ROBERT E. H. SHELDEN Sergeant-at-Arms PROF. W. F. BABCOCK Faculty Adviser Faculty members: Prof. C. L. Mann, Prof. C. M. Lambe, Prof. R. E. Stiemke, Prof. C. R. Bramer, Mr. L. I. Skow- ronek, Mr. E. I. Brown, Dr. G. Wallace Smith, Prof. A. Mitchell, Mr. J. F. Farlow. Members: Robert L. Bostian, William W. Boyer, John L. Castleberry, Jr., Hiram T. Chapin, Jr., Harry P. Clapp, Max Collins, Jr., John H. Davis, Albert W. Foster, Charles B. Gates, Frank R. Geluso, Thomas P. Heritage, James A. Highsmith, Jr., Richard D. Holt, Donald F. Jordan, Thomas R. Koonce, Jr., George E. Langley, Howard B. Maddrey, Charles G. Miller, Jr., Mack T. Miller, Joe C. Millsaps, Donald T. Overman, Forest B. Pulley, Eugene H. Roberts, Jr., Raymond S. Rollings, Floyd S. Seay, Robert E. H. Shelden, James G. Thompson. The State College Chapter of the A. S. C. E. did much during the past year to keep the members abreast with the latest engineering developments. With the aid of Professor Babcock, the chapter was able to secure several distin- guished speakers who have had many years of civil engineering experience. Mr. T. S. Johnson, regional director of the O. P. A., gave an inspiring speech in which he stressed the importance of initiative on the part of the young engineer. Dr. J. D. Watson, Chief Engineer on the construction of the Gaseous Diffusion Plant at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, lectured to the chapter members on the " headaches " the young civil engineer will encounter when he graduates. Student initiative was shown by Al Foster and Thomas Heritage, who presented two splendid talks at the North Carolina A. S. C. E. Section meeting in Raleigh on May 3. The student chapters of State College and Duke University also had a joint meeting with the N. C. Section at Durham in November. The joint meetings are held once each quarter. L F P A C American Institute of Chemical Engineers OFFICERS R. O. EVERETT President H. F. CHESNUTT Vice-President Lois M. MADDEN Secretary JOHN PARNAG Treasurer R. O. EVERETT President H. F. CHESNUTT Vice-President Faculty members: Dr. E. M. Schoenborn, Dr. T. C. Doody, Associate Professor F. P. Pike, Dr. K. O. Beatty, Associate Professor R. Bright, Assistant Professor J. F. Seely. Members: J. E. Anderson, Jr., A. A. Armstrong, E. W. Earnhardt, J. D. Beam, M. H. Biggs, R. L. Bird, J. S. Calloway, W. A. Carr, H. F. Chesnutt, J. L. Clements, A. A. Cline, E. R. Cole, E. R. Conway, W. J. Daniel, R. C. Davis, J. F. Dunn, Sydnor D. Elkins, R. O. Everett, G. M. Farrior, C. M. Flaherty, J. F. Greene, T. A. Hardaway, J. D. Hartsoe, Fred Hawkins, G. W. Hedgecock, E. W. Hessee, B. A. Hildebrand, R. C. Hinkle, C. M. Home, H. J. Home, L. S. Hovis, R. B. Isenhour, R. M. Jones, G. Kiopekly, A. M. Kirby, R. G. Knight, R. A. McAllister, Lois M. Madden, H. C. Miller, W. T. Milloway, C. H. Mims, J. S. Moore, R. J. Nery, E. A. Orr, John Parnag, B. K. Partin, R. B. Patterson, M. H. Pinnix, W. T. Pittman, L. B. Potter, R. P. Schmidt, A. W. Stafford, G. M. Stewart, C. W. Teague, S. A. Teiser, W. C. Turrentine, Betty Wagner, E. R. Weatherly, H. S. Welsh, F. L. Woolen, R. A. Yoder, D. R. Wright. The N. C. State College Student Chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineering was organized under its present constitution in 1930. Its purpose is to promote the ideals of the chemical engineering profession, to main- tain a high student standing among its members, and to aid in the advancement of the engineering school as a whole. [203] OFFICERS M. A. MEAUES President S. C. WILBER V ice-President . C. HINKLE Secretary A. THOMAS .Treasurer Vi : : Bu facility Advisers ]. 1 1. LAMPE T. C. BROWN C Co ' Left to right: HINKLE, WILBER, MEARES, THOMAS. THE ENGINEERS ' COUNCIL Members: R. W. Bivens, W. A. Blue, H. F. Chesnutt, E. A. Clark, G. C. Connor, M. B. Dunn, R. O. Everett, L. S. Hartzog, T. P. Heritage, R. W. Holtzclaw, C. E. Jones, R. M. Jones, R. F. Kendrick, E. F. Menius, Colin McK inne, D. H. Michael, C. G. Miller, N. A. Price, W. T. Ray, R. H. Reynolds, E. H. Roberts, F. S. Seay, J. B. Teal, L. F. Thompson, I. N. Tull, J. R. Turbeville, J. K. Whitfield, W. L. Woodall, B. L. Young. Alternates: T. F. Baker, W. W. Boyer, C. I. Burkehead, F. W. Butner, J. C. Collier, J. T. Fulghum, C. B. Gates, L. T. Hash, I. L. Helms, W. W. Hinton, H. J. Home, N. S. Ireland, P. S. Knowles, T. C. Millsaps, J. S. Moore, N. C. Pappas, A. J. Patton, E. G. Sellers, E. F. Troy. The Engineers ' Council is composed of representatives from all the engineering technical societies on the campus. It helps to coordinate the activities of the various societies and to provide a link between the different departments. The council sponsors and supports the Southern Engineer, the literary voice of the engineering school. The Council also sponsors the annual Engineers ' Ball, at which time the ceremony of Knighting into the order of Saint P atrick is held, and the annual award to the outstanding senior in engineering is presented. This year the Council sponsored a series of talks by several of the nation ' s outstanding engineers. tin lox KB Mi M. A. MEARES Da SE TB Tn Tu T t WlLBER HlNKLE THOMAS BlVENS BLUE CHESNUTT CONNOR DUNN EVERETT HARTZOG HERITAGE HOLTZCLAW JONES KENDRICK MENIUS MICHAEL MILLER PRICE RAY REYNOLDS ROBERTS SEAY TEAL THOMPSON TULL TuRBEVILLE WHITFIELD WOODALL YOUNG i .[205] American Society of Mechanical Engineers ROBERT W. HOLTZCLAW President ORIN H. FAGALA V ice-President OFFICERS ROBERT W. HOLTZCLAW President ORIN H. FAGALA V ice-President GEORGE R. GREENE Secretary G. RICHARD HOOVER Treasurer M. A. MEARES Engineers ' Council Representative DONALD R. SWARTZ Historian WALTER LOWEN Faculty Adviser M. ABRAMS W. M. BOYLAN H. L. BUFFALOE S. B. BURWELL A. S. COOPER C. A. DILLON R. B. DULANEY R. H. DUNCAN G. R. GREENE SENIOR MEMBERS W. H. HAENE H. K. JORDAN D. N. Low J. M. McDERMOTT P. H. MCDONALD C. H. McLEMORE E.W. MAIN M. A. MEARES J. R. METZ H. Y. MILLER G. E. POTEET R. F. HAGER E. D. HAWKINS L. B. HOFFMAN R. W. HOLTZCLAW G. R. HOOVER R. O. HOWARD J. G. JOHNSON C. E. JONES T. A. JONES R. E. RECTOR E. G. SELLERS H. H. SHERRILL R. K. SHUMAKER J. A. STOKES A. B. WATSON J. K. WHITFIELD F. C. WRITTEN W. L. WOODALL The Society initiated the largest number of new members since the Chapter ' s installation in 1932. The program undertaken this year included a dance at the Woman ' s Club, a joint meeting with the Raleigh Section and the Duke Student Chapter at which the members were privileged to hear both Mr. E. E. Williams, Regional Vice- President of A. S. M. E., and Mr. George McGowan, Research Engineer from the American Locomotive Com- pany. Joint meetings were held with other technical societies on the campus as well as routine business meetings. The Society sent five students and the Faculty Adviser as representatives to the Annual National A. S. M. E. Convention held in New York City. ABRAMS DUNCAN JOHNSON MCDONALD RECTOR BOYLAN GREENE JONES McLEMORE SELLERS BUFFALOE HAENE JONES MEARES SHERRILL WITTEN BURNWELL HAGER JORDAN METZ SHUMAKEH WOODAIX COOPER HOFFMAN Low MILLER STOKES DILLON HOOVER McDERMOTT POTEBT WmTFIELD [207] Institute of The Aeronautical Sciences MAURICE B. DUNN Chairman ANDREW J. PATTON V ice-Chairman M. B. DUNN Chairman A. T- PATTON Vice-Chairman W. M. BLAND Secretary G. H. ADAIR Treasurer facility member: R. W. Truitt. Members: C. H. Adair, T. F. Baker, W. M. Bland, M. H. Doyle, M. B. Dunn, Claude Ford, J. L. I lassell, W. J. McCoy, M. H. Mitchell, D. H. Michal, S. M. Owen, J. E. Park, A. J. Patton, F. W. Peacock, R. H. Reynolds, R. W. Russell, R. H. Rhyne, C. L. Shuford, D. L. Simpson, H. W. Sloan, A. C. Spruill, Mack Stamp, III, J. E. Stevens, R. L. Thompson, G. A. Upchurch, Enola Vail, R. B. Wood, B. L. Young. The North Carolina State College Branch of the Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences holds meet- ings every other week to keep the aeronautical students up to date with the new developments in aeronautical engineering and in aviation. The first term of the 1946-1947 year was spent in rebuilding the aeronautical department and in re-establishing the Branch after the inactive years during the war. Top to bottom, left to right: Adair, Baker, Bland, Doyle, Ford, Hassell, McCoy, Mitchell, Michal, Owen, Park, Peacock, Reynolds, Russell, Rhvne, Shuford, Sloan, Stamp, Stevens, Thompson, Up- church, Vail, Young. 5.C R.L 1V.F GEOHI R.F. 1Y.T F F.Ca: .He teml Guy cy A.T. )onn Roto I.M. Profit b.l M.A. n in Ai Lands Tk course discus ESlflTE BEAUX ARTS SOCIETY S. C. WlLBER, JR. President OFFICERS S. C. WILBER, JR President R. L. PITTS, JR Vice-President W. F. FREEMAN, JR Secretary-Treasurer GEORGE CONNOR Rep. to Engineers ' Council R. F. KENDRICK Rep. to Engineers ' Council W. T. RAY Rep. to Engineers ' Council Faculty members: ]. D. Paulson, Ross Shumakcr, F. Carter Williams, J. 1 1. Grady, W. L. Baungarten. Members: I. A. Sigmon, M. V. Davis, Jean Bas- kerville, W. E. James, Nathan Fox, Ed Carpenter, Guy Kirkman, Ray Hepler, George Jernigan, Claude Davis, Don Winecoff, Claudius Dockery, A. T. LeMay, Betsy Young, Joseph R. Flowers, John Low, Fred W. Butner, T. H. Tassos, Jr., Robert G. Sweet, Howard Williams, Alvin Keyley, J. M. Payne, John F. Faulk, J. F. Mitchell, Landon Proffitt, D. H. Jurney, Bernard Kahn, Bryan Gres- han, Herbert McKim, R. E. Cox, C. F. Andrews, M. A. Wicker, W. E. Atwater. The Beaux Arts Society is composed of students in Architecture, Architectural Engineering, and Landscape Architecture. Its purpose is to promote fellowship among students of like interest. Speakers prominent in the profession are invited to present their views to the society and various social events are also sponsored. The Beaux Arts Society attempts to further the course of good architecture by the association and discussion of those interested in the profession. Top to bottom, left to right: Freeman, Connor, Kendrick, Ray, Sigmon, James, Kirkman, Hepler, Jernigan, Winecoff, Dockery, Low, Sweet, Williams, Faulk, Mitchell, Proffitt, Jurney, Kahu, Greshan, McKim, Andrews, Wicker, Atwater. [209] I. N. TULL Chairman C. I. BURKHEAD Vice-Chairman American Institute of Electrical Engineers OFFICERS I. N. TULL Chairman C. I. BURKHEAD Vice-Chairman W. G. JAMES Secretary C. M. GADSDEN . , . Treasurer Faculty members: Dr. C. G. Brennecke, Counselor for Branch; Prof. R. S. Fouraker, Prof. J. E. Lear, W. D. Steven- son, Jr., F. R. Willard, Prof. E. W. Winkler. Members: W. D. Alley, J. M. Bales, J. L. Barnes, R. W. Bivens, C. I. Burkhead, Jr., J. R. Campbell, J. W. Chadwick, Jr., P. W. Chapman, E. B. Dawson, R. C. Dickinson, C. L. Edwards, J. D. Evans, C. P. Fisher, R. G. Flowers, Jr., G. A. Fuller, C. M. Gadsden, H. Gilmore, Jr., O. A. Harrison, W. R. Harmon, Jr., E. K. Howell, C. Q. Huffstetler, Jr., J. S. Hunt, W. G. James, A. M. Jackson, F. W. Jarvis, Jr., I. A. Johnson, V. L. Johnson, W. N. Jones, S. N. Kirk- man, S. Kohler, J. L. Lawrence, J. W. Lee, J. V. Lemmond, D. C. May, Jr., R. M. McGehee, E. F. Menius, Jr., L. L. Morgan, O. A. Palmer, Jr., N. C. Pappas, C. D. Penuel, L B. Perry, A. M. Pfaff, J. Pinner, C. Y. Proffitt, J. G. Red- deck, H. K. Reid, L. H. Rickenbaker, Jr., J. F. Ritchie, D. N Spainhour, G. E. Stone, B. Tarleton, J. B. Teal, E. F. Troy, Jr., I. N. Tull, Jr., J. R. Turbeville, E. T. Wadsworth, Jr., C. H. Walker, Jr., G. S. Watkins, J. M. Witherspoon, C. B. Woolley, Jr., J. M. Yorke, Jr. The Branch has experienced its most successful year with its enrollment reaching an all-time high of 61 active mem- bers. Scheduled meetings have been held each two weeks with good attendance. Various methods were employed to keep interest high, one of the most outstanding ones being that of having students present papers prepared bv themselves. Other speakers heard during the term were Dean Lampe, dean of the Engineering School, and Mr. H. B. Wolf, Section- al Vice-President of the National A. I. E. E. During one meeting, an inspection trip was made to a local firm. Several of the student members attended the State Sectional meeting held at Duke University in the fall. A similar sectional meeting was held here in the spring. The local Branch made all the arrangements and met with considerable success. The Branch concluded the year with a party in Pullen Park and with high expectations for the coming year. E. FLYNN MENIUS, JR. President Faculty members: Prof. William Hand Browne, Jr., Dean John H. Lampe, Dr. Cor- nelius G. Brennecke, Prof. John E. Lear, Prof. Robert R. Brown, Assoc. Prof. Leroy M. Keever, Assoc. Prof. William D. Steven- son, Asst. Prof. Edwin W. Winkler. Members: Isaac N. Tull, Jr., Brice Tarle- ton, Vernon M. Barnes, Jr., James R. Turbe- ville, Jack Pinner, Preston D. Page, W. Gerald James, John S. Hunter, James R. Campbell, Edward K. Howell, Carl H. Walker, Jennings B. Teal, Eugene B. Dawson, Claude I. Burk- head, Jr., Neal H. Hodges, Jr., Thomas F. Faulkner, Richard B. Boyd, Jr., Roger C. Dickinson. Eta Kappa Nu is the national honorary electrical engineering fraternity. Outstanding men from the junior and senior classes in electrical engineering are elected to Eta Kappa Nu. Marked ability, as evidenced by scholar- ship and other qualities which indicate that the student will be a success in his profession, comprise the membership qualifications. Eta Kappa Nu stimulates and rewards high scholarship. Each year a prize is presented to the outstanding sophomore in the electrical engineering class. The organization cooperates with the local student branch of the A. I. E. E. in securing members, planning programs and in various other ways. Eta Kappa Nu also undertakes every project that it can to help electrical engineers by improving the stan- dards of the profession, the course of instruc- tion, and our institution. A chapter room is maintained in Daniels Hall. Top to bottom, left to right: Gilmore, McNair, Bivens, Stone, Tull, Barnes, Turbe- ville, Pinner, Page, Hunter, Campbell, Howell, Walker, Teal, Dawson, Burkhead, Hodges, Faulkner, Boyd, Dickinson. ETA KAPPA NU OFFICERS E.FLYNN MENIUS, JR President HENRY GILMORE, JR V ice-President C. R. McNAiR, JR Recording Secretary ROBERT W. BIVENS Cones-ponding Secretary JAMES R. STONE Treasurer mm [211] OPHUS M. FULCHER Fall Term President GUY L. JONES Winter Term President AGRICULTURAL CLUB OFFICERS Fall Term OPHUS M. FULCHER President JOE CLINE Vice-President KEITH GREGORY Secretary CECIL WELLS Treasurer LEROY ROPER Reporter Winter Term GUY L. JONES President WILLIAM E. YOUNTS, JR V ' ice-President JOHN D. MACKIE Secretary CECIL WELLS Treaswrer WADE HOBSON Reporter J. C. PIERCE, Faculty Adviser Members: All students who are registered in the school of Agriculture and Agricul- tural Education. The Agricultural Club has shown through its record of achievement and success that it deserves the position of prominence which it has obtained in the official organi- zation of the school of Agriculture. It strives to bring the members of the various departments of the School of Agriculture together in understanding each other ' s prob- lems. This past year has been a very active year for the members of this group. The student Ag Fair is presented in conjunction with the State Fair. The Ag Barnwarming is one of the social highlights of the year; also the Ag Picnic is a gala event. The official publication of the Ag Club is the Agriculturist, published by the tudents of the club. L F PA C JOHN M. PHARR President . OFFICERS JOHN M. PHARR President JAMES McAosTER Vice-President RAYMOND O. MILLER Secretary JOHN R. HARRIS Treasurer faculty members: Dean Emeritus T. M. Nelson, Professors T. R. Hart, W. E. Shinn, J. T. Hilton, E. B. Grover and G. H. Dunlap. Members: J. J. West, J. L. Finley, H. O. Forrest, R. W. Gilbert, H. L. Little, E. J. Dupre, T. J. Clark, J. K. Odell, A. Bautista, J. G. Melton, W. H. Barnwell, G. D. Clayton, W. T. Brown, K. E. Caldwell, C. R. Kuhn, J. B. Lowery, D. B. Stilwell, J. E. Orland, O. Max Gardner, Herb Verrill, Charles Moss, Wade Hendrix, Ed Warren, Gene Legrand. Phi Psi is the largest textile fraternity in the world, and its alumni hold some of the highest positions of trust and respect in all branches of the industry. So that the alumni might maintain closer contact with each other, alumni chapters are located in all leading tex- tile centers of the country. Since its organization at State College, Eta Chapter has taken an important part in the activities of the Textile School. Its members have been prominent, not only in the affairs of the department but also of the college as a whole. They have gone out to earn places of trust and responsibility in the textile indus- try. Top to bottom, left to right: McAlister, Miller, Harris, West, Finley, Forrest, Gilbert, Dupre, Odell, Bautista, Melton, Clayton, Brown, Caldwell, Kuhn, Lowery, Stillwell, Gardner, Verrill, Moss, Warren, Legrand. PHI PSI [213] STATE COLLEGE REDCOAT BAND GLEE CLUB SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA REDCOAT BAND OFFICERS WM. R. PARKS President R. LAMONTE GOLDSTON Vice-President JAMES T. MADDREY, JR Secretary ROGER D. COLE Librarian GROVER P. SNOW Quartermaster C. D. KUTSCHINSKI Director W. R. PARKS, ED THOMASON, MARSHALL PINNIX, HARRIS PATE Drum Majors Members: W. R. Alley, D. C. Anderson, A. P. Beam, J. I. Barnes, E. W. Earnhardt, J. K. Benfield, R. W. Bivens, F. Black- well, I. D. Boone, E. L. Bost, R. L. Bostian, Jr., R. G. Bourne, R. E. Brickhouse, E. A. Brown, F. W. Butner, Jr., B. H. Cathey, J. W. Chadwick, Jr.. R. D. Cole, F. J. Clendenning, J. E. Cooper, Jr., J. C. Cottrell, W. B. Creasy, W. J. Daniel, H. E. Davis, Jr., B. H. Etling, S. G. Flannagan, D. B. Fleming, H. B. Friday, T. F. Gilbert, Jordan Gallos, R. L. Goldston, Nat Gooding, J. E. Henderson, Jr., J. L. Higgins, P. E. Hines, R. S. Houston, E. E. Howard, E. K. Howell, R. G. Howell, F. W. Jarvis, Jr., H. L. Jerome, R. R. Keith, H. D. King, H. J. Lewis, L. J. Lewis, R. C. Lewis, R. F. Lomax, R. C. Lore, E. Lucke, L. M. Madden, J. T. Maddrey, Jr., H. F. Magill, B. N. Martin, H. G. Miller, Jr., T. C. Millsaps, W. R. Parks, H. Pate, H. R. Peele, M. H. Pinnix, W. H. Rea, G. B. Robinson, S. Ruben, J. R. Sancton, F. L. Shehdan, J. Warren Smith, R. H. Smith, C. Sorrels, C. W. Stott, A. W. Thomas, E. L. Thomason, D. K. Tillson, I. N. Tull, R. J. Troutman, D. L. Ward, L. E. West- moreland, J. W. Wilkerson, W. F. Wilson. GLEE CLUB C. D. KUTSCHINSKI, Director W. J. Adams, President, W. R. Bender, J. H. Bennett, L. W. Bissette, J. F. Bogle, J. B. Bost, I. D. Boone, H. P. Bernhardt, Fields, J. N. Freehof, B. B. Fesperman, James Field, C. T. Fleenor, P. B. Goforth, Sanford Gluck, D. B. Greene, Secretary, T. A. Home, G. M. House, E. K. Howell, Linwood Inscoe, R. B. Isenhour, C. M. Jones, B. T. Leonard, H. L. Lowder, H. E. Meunier, G. C. McNair, Librarian, L. B. Miller, Jr., Vice- President, T. W. Moore, M. J. Moore, W. C. Moser, H. R. Peele, C. M. Rice, B. Ross, C. W. Roberts, Bert Simerson, J. E. Sides, W. R. Sullivan, Ray Walker, J. A. Walton, S. E. Westbrook. Collaborated with the orchestra and the Meredith Choir in presentation of two performances of a Christmas concert audited by about sixteen hundred listeners. Broadcast three programs over WPTF. Presented occasional concerts in Pullen Hall. ORCHESTRA C. D. KUTSCHINSKI, Conductor Violins: Beatrice Anderson, Charlotte Atkinson, Ira Boone, Margery Carey, John Dughi, Lillian Kohloss, Theodora Kovac, Seymour Olonof, Jack Ratt, Bruce Ratt, Rachel Rosenberger, Mrs. J. H. Rowe, Jr. VioZa: S. R. Baker. ' Cellos: Geraldine Kutschinski, William Raper. String Bass: Helen Norment, Piano: Lillian P. Wallace. Flute: Roger Cole. Clarinets: Robert Houston, D. B. Fleming, R. C. Lewis. Bassoon: Emilia Kutschinski. Horns: Clay Crisp, J. T. Maddrey. Cornets: Rodney Keith, Ruth Walker. Trombone: William Daniel. Tuba: H. R. Peele. Timpani: Thomas H. Powell. Drums, etc.: Lois M. Madden. Presents occasional formal concerts in Pullen Hall, and provides music for important assemblies and college functions. TOTE VERNON M. BARNES Regent OFFICERS VERNON M. BARNES Regent MAURICE B. DUNN Vice-Regent MERLIN A. MEARES Scribe WILLIS L. WOODALL Treasurer Faculty members: Col. J. W. Harrelson, T. C. Brown, W. F. Babcock. Members: Joe H. Berrier, Robert W. Bivens, Earl G. Bowen, Jesse G. Camp, Jr., William A. Carr, Henry F. Chesnutt, William J. Daniels, Stephen G. Flannagan, John W. Fouts, Henry Gilmore, H. S. Glenn, Jr., W. Roy Hayes, Jr., Ira L. Helms, Robert C. Hin- kle, Norman S. Ireland, Richard M. Jones, Richard W. Kennison, Deward F. Lefler, Riley M. Little, Espie F. Menius, David H. Michael, Joseph M. Monroe, Robert J. Mul- ler, Robert A. McAllister, Preston D. Page, Robert B. Patterson, Marshall M. Rich, Wil- liam C. Roe, George W. Rivenbark, Robert W. Russell, Jr., Robert P. Schmidt, Craig H. Stone, Grey E. Stone, Stanley A. Tieser, Carl H. Walker, Jr., Donald B. Weaver, Roy L. Yelverton, Jr., Robert A. Yates. Theta Tau is a professional engineering fraternity of college students. Members are chosen for their character, integrity, leader- ship, and scholarship. The purpose of Theta Tau is to develop and maintain a high stan- dard of professional interest among its mem- bers, and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship. Top to bottom, left to right: Berrier, Bivens, Bowen, Camp, Carr, Chesnutt, Daniels, Dunn, Flannagan, Fouts, Gilmore, Glenn, Hayes, Hinkle, Kennison, Little, Meares, Menius, Michael, McAlister, Page, Rich, Rivenbark, Schmidt, Stone, Stone, Walker, Weaver, Woodall, Yelverton, Yates. THETA TAU [215] Young Men ' s Christian Association E. S. KING General Secretary M. E. GARDNER, Chairman E. L. CLOYD B. F. BROWN T. C. BROWN J. M. CLARKSON LEON MANN President OFFICERS LEON A. MANN, JR President EDGAR A. ORR Vice-President CRAIG STONE Secretary ALTON WILSON . .Treasurer BOARD OF DIRECTORS RALPH W. CUMMINGS W. N. HICKS W. G. VAN NOTE THOMAS NELSON CABINET MEMBERS JOHN A. PARK A. D. STUART L. L. VAUGHAN F. B. WHEELER DAVID C. WORTH LEON A. MANN, JR President EDGAR A. ORR V ice-President CRAIG STONE Secretary ALTON WILSON Treasurer AVERY BROCK .... Chairman of Deputations Committee HUGH A. CAZEL .... Chairman of Worship Committee JOHN F. FISLER .... Chairman of Publicity Committee IRA L. HELMS . . .Chairman of Constitution Committee D. T. HOUSE Chairman of Campus Relations Committee JOE J. HOUSTON Chairman of Social Committee R. B. ISENHOUR .... Chairman of Program Committee P. H. McDoNALD Chairman ofWorhi Student Service Fund Committee STAFF thei ISO .:...:: It I - ' starti 15th ity. EDWARD S. KING General Secretary N. B. WATTS Associate Secretary C. K. McADAMS Assistant Secretary MRS. L. W. BISHOP Office Secretary WATTS BROCK TflTE McAnAMS CAZEL ORR FISLER HOUSE STONE HOUSTON WILSON ISENHOUR 1 A 7% U) O L F P A C INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS OFFICERS WILLIAM T. DICKINSON President EUGENE DAWSON Vice-President OREN A. PALMER Secretary ROY A. CAMPBELL .Treasurer WILLIAM S. CARLEY GEORGE M. BOSTIAN LEON W. BISSETTE CLAUDE I. BURKHEAD W. H. BROWN ROY A. CAMPBELL EUGENE B. DAWSON WILLIAM T. DICKINSON JOHN D. EVANS FACULTY MEMBERS DR. C. G. BRENNECKE FRED R. WILLARD MEMBERS CARL B. FISHER GEORGE A. FULLER, JR. PAUL E. GREEN, JR. WILLIAM I- 1. GOSSARD ROBERT T. HERBST I IARVEY O. HOOK ALFRED B. HURT WESLEY N. JONES WEEMS E. ESTELLE GEORGE E. MARTIN OREN A. PALMER, JR. GEORGE C. WINSTON JOHN M. WITHERSPOON CHARLES S. WRIGHT STEWART H. HUNTER JOSEPH J. WYNNE ARTHUR L. HUMPHREY, JR. The Institute of Radio Engineers is one of the newer organizations on the campus. Meetings were first held in the name of the organization during the fall term. A small group of students who were interested in organizing a student chapter of the Institute of Radio Engineers met weekly on Wednesday nights and worked diligently drafting a constitution and planning for the organization. At the last meeting, before exams in the fall term, the constitution was finally adopted. As soon as the new term started in January, work began again, and on January 15th the Institute of Radio Engineers became an actual- ity. It was at this meeting that the officers were elected and an active membership roll established. The new-born organization then began mapping plans for the future. The plans for the year include a gala smoker, speakers talking on timely topics of the electronic world, inspection trips, and many more. The group which set this organization off to its won- derful start is indeed proud of its rapid growth and looks forward to its future with satisfied minds. The group which was instrumental in the formation of the Institute of Radio Engineers consisted of: Stewart Hunter, Wesley Jones, Charles Wright, Eugene Dawson, Robert Flerbst, John Witherspoon, Allen Fuller, Oren Palmer, Alfred Hurt, Carl Fisher, and Roy Campbell. [217] DONALD B. STILWELL, JR. President TOMPKINS TEXTILE SOCIETY OFFICERS DONALD B. STILWELL, JR President CHARLES R. IBACK, JR Vice-President JOHN M. PHARR Secretary JOHN R. HARRIS Treasurer JAMES J. WEST Reporter Faculty members: All Textile Faculty Members. Members: All Textile Students. The Tompkins Textile Society was formed at N. C. State many years ago and has since been an active organi- zation in the School of Textiles. The annual " Lint Dodg- ers Ball " has always been a popular campus activity, enjoying one of the top positions on the social calendar. The purpose of the Society has been to supplement the class room with addresses by prominent men in the textile industry. The Society also strives to bring closer associa- tions and lasting friendships among the leaders of to- morrow in the field of textiles. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS J. T. ABRAMS President F. H. SPAIN V ' ice-President J. H. CYRUS Secretary W. M. CROOM Treasurer A. W. WILSON Reporter G. A. PATTON Watch Dog D. W. JONES Student Adviser GEORGE SLEDGE Program Chairman DR. F. A. NYLUND Faculty Adviser R. C. ADAMS C. W. ALLAN, JR. J. W. ALLISON H. E. BEAM D. BOYD K. BRANTLY J. CARROL G. C. CARSON F. R. CRAIG W. CROOM J. M. DAVIS M. L. GREENE R. L. HENDRIX C. HOBSON W. HOBSON E. HOWELL MEMBERS W. P. HuBBARD O. W. JACKSON M. L. JONES R. KIMEL E. E. LANGETON E. MILLER H. M. PAGE C. E. PARKER J. T. ABRAMS President W. R. ROBINSON R. SADLER R. E. SESSIONS H. SNYDER R. J. SUTTON R. W. TART K. M. TAYLOR P. M. THOMPSON J. TRIPP W. TUCK R. D. WARREN C. L. WARREN H. B. WARREN J. A. WATSON F. WILSON B. W. HULL The N. C. State Collegiate Chapter of the Future Farmers of America was founded in January 1939. This organization was reorganized in November 1946 after being discontinued during the war. The purposes of the members of this organization are: To develop leadership; to encourage recreational activities for students in Agri- culture; and to encourage cooperative effort among the students. [219] WILSON S. CAMPBELL Forester DR. JULIUS V. HOFMANN DR. WILLIAM D. MILLER R. W. GRABBER WILLIAM BARTON WILLIAM A. BLAND XI SIGMA PI COLORS: Green and Grey OFFICERS WILSON S. CAMPBELL Forester WILLIAM BARTON Associate Forester AUSTIN A. PRUITT Secretary-Fiscal Agent CHARLES SCHREYER Ranger F( |AV ' - ; LI : SAM FACULTY MEMBERS DR. CLEMENS L. KAUFMAN PROF. LENTHALL WYMAN MEMBERS WILSON S. CAMPBELL JULIAN G. HOFMANN DOUGLAS T. HOUSE PROF. GEORGE K. SLOCUM PROF. J. WAYNE CHALFANT HENRY KACZYNSKI AUSTIN A. PRUITT CHARLES SCHREYER The fraternity was generally busy this year in going through the procedures of reactivation and reorganization since it has been inactive since 1943. The Paul Bunyan Scholarship Axe was brought up to date. This trophy consists of a large beautifully mounted double-bitted axe. The name of the forestry senior with the highest scholastic average is engraved on a silver plate and mounted on the trophy axe. Plans at the present are being made to make a similar award to recognize scholastic and leadership achievement in the under classes of the forestry school. .... n - 7 fT " UJOLFPACK_ FORESTRY CLUB OFFICERS Summer and Fall Terms JAY 1 IARDEE President DICK MAHONE V ice-President }. SAFLEY Secretary SAM POOLE Treasurer BOB DORSEN Program Chairman BILL DEATON Sergeant-at-Arms Winter and Spring Terms BOB DORSEN President R. C. BOYETTE V ice-President BILL DEATON Secretary SAM POOLE Treasurer FRED WEST Program Chairman DICK WELFARE Sergeant-at-Arms JAY HARDEE BOB DORSEN Facility members: J. V. Hofmann, Lenthall Wyman, G. K. Slocum, W. D. Miller, C. M. Kaufman, J. W. Chalfant. Members: All students registered in forestry. The State College Forestry Club meets once each week during the regular school year. The club was started to promote better relationships between the students and the faculty and between members of the different classes; the club also presents programs which are meant to be both educational and entertaining. The club sponsors an annual " Rolleo " at the Hill Forest where teams from the different classes compete in axe-throwing, tobacco spitting, log-bucking, tree felling, horse shoe pitching and other events for " Rolleo " champ- ion of the year. A " Logger ' s Ball " is held each fall; this is the outstanding event of the social program of the club, which includes picnics and other outings. The Forestry Club sponsors the publication of the Pinetum, which is an annual of the Forestry school dis- tributed to each alumni and student of Forestry. Slabs and Edgings is a mimeographed sheet that is published by the club twice each term; it contains articles and news of particular interest to students of Forestry. [221] AQUINAS CLUB OFFICERS JAMES SCHOMBURG President DAVID HANCOCK V ice-President SALVADOR VALENCIA Secretary ANTHONY CORNACCHIONE Treasurer REV. CHARLES J. O ' CONNOR Moderator FACULTY MEMBERS D. L. HANCOCK Vice-President TONY CORNACCHIONE RAYMOND BENBENEK BERNARD A. WATTS RICHARD DAMMANN CHARLES RICHKUS JAMES C. SCHOMBURG HERMAN JARAMILLO JOHN L. JOHNSON JOHN E. JOHNSTON MARGARET MURPHY ROBERT NARDIELLO HENRY C. COOKE WALTER A. KULASH JULIAN V. HOFMANN CHARLES ROMEO LEFORTB WILLIAM BAUMGARTEN DANIEL E. BRADY MEMBERS ARCHIE R. PISCITELLO PATRICIO SPINDOLA SALVADOR VALENCIA DEMUND DUPRE DAVID H. HANCOCK LEONARDO VALDERRAMA REID D. FARRELL JULIAN LYNCH HENRY TOOLE DANIEL SANTUCCI FRANK SCRABBLE The Aquinas Club was founded on the campus of North Carolina State College in 1935. It has served the purpose of acquainting Catholic students with one an- other; of encouraging thoughtful and intelligent under- standing of the Catholic Faith through lectures and dis- FREDERICK McGRATH GILBERT GAGNON MAURICE W. LAMB JAMES J. ADAMS Louis J. ARTIOLI ROBERT A. BAKER FRANCIS C. BENOIT FRANK ILLO WILLIAM E. JOHNSON EDMUND W. KOURY WILLIAM Fox JOSEPH P. McGEADY cussion on Catholic doctrine, legislation and attitudes; of providing a Moderator for the students, who will be available to them for counsel and advice; of stimulating religious ferver among the students by promoting corpor- ate religious activities. RAYMOND B. WOOD FRANCES V. WILSON PAUL WILLIAMS CHARLES THOMPSON WILLIAM RICE JOHN RAE BERNARD SMITH ALBERT HOLK Louis PASQUALE KARL B. MAYER CHARLES McCANNA TT then tin ltd BAPTIST STUDENT UNION OFFICERS THOMAS R. GARRISON President JOHN MARTIN Enlistment Vice-President ALTON WILSON Social Vice-President ED SMITH Devotional Vice-President LEON COULTER Secretary BILL DANIEL " Treasurer CRAIG STONE Bible Discussion Leader DICK DUNCAN Publicity Director Local Church Representatives RAYMOND GILBERT WESTON PARKER WALTER THOMASSON GARRETT LEONARD MORGAN LENWOOD EDGE TOM GARRISON President J. B. STINSON DAVID WRIGHT, Librarian REV. R. C. LASATEH, Student Chaplain The Baptist Student Union serves as a link between the college student and the local church. It seeks to unite him with the church of his choice in a relationship which will be helpful and stimulating to both him and the church. It endeavors to assist him to formulate while in college a philosophy of life which will include all of life. It seeks to promote wholesome social relationships through planned social events and spontaneous friendship. In attempting to carry out these aims the B. S. U. has worked closely throughout the year in all departments of the local churches. It has promoted Christian philosophy and ethics through campus discussion groups. It has sponsored a variety of social events for State and Meredith college students, and has served as co-sponsor of the Campus Vespers and the Trailwood Sunday Afternoon Fellowship. [223] W. C. WlLLIFORD President Faculty members: W. E. Colwell, R. W. Cummings, Head Department; F. W. Greg- ory, G. C. Klingman, W. D. Lee, R. L. Lov- vorn, J. F. Lutz, G. K. Middleton, W. L. IS 7 elson, J. F. Reed, B. W. Smith. Members: S. D. Alexander, W. H. Bailey, Guv E. Baird, B. W. Barret, R. W. Brake, J. Cooley, D. F. Cress, E. K. Eakes, J. L. Edge, J. F. Fisler, T. S. Godwin, S. J. Hassel, J. T. Johnson, G. L. Jones, B. I. Mann, G. A. Martin, R. H. Rhyme, D. T. Smith, G. A. Smith, J. W. StaH ' ings, N. D. Suggs, G. S. Tavlor, W. D. Turner, R. P. Upchurch, J. A. Wilson. The North Carolina State College Chapter of Agronomy was reactivated at a meeting called by Dr. R. W. Cummings on May 21, 1946. The club was discontinued in 1943 when a majority of the group entered the armed forces. Those remaining decided that a suspension of the society activities would be desirable under the strenuous program im- posed upon the student and faculty members. 1 he Agronomy Society endeavors to improve the relationship between the students and faculty, to help in carrying on student activi- ties, and to better prepare students for post college work. At each of its semi-monthly meetings the club sponsors a speaker who gives the latest information in his particular specialty and its application to problems of agriculture. Each term one or more major projects are sponsored. Activities during the fall term included a student-faculty picnic and a departmental exhibit at the N. C. State fair. An essay contest under direction of the National Society highlights the winter term. In the spring, the Agronomy students conduct a statewide field-trip to all experiment stations and other agronomical projects. Top to bottom, left to right: Alexander, Bailey, Baird, Brake, Cooley, Cress, Eakes, Fisler, Godwin, Hassel, House, Johnson, Jones, Kidd, Mann, Martin, Speight, F. Stal- lings, J. Stalling , Sugg, Turner, Upchurch, Wilson. AGRONOMY SOCIETY OFFICERS WILLIAM C. WILLIFORD President GENE M. HOUSE V ice-President FERDINAND C. STALLINGS Secretary POWELL T. SPEIGHT Treasurer CLAUDE S. KIDD Corresponding Secretary GORDON K. MIDDLETON Faculty Adviser EZRA FRAN Dou GEM How LEON W. 1 Wan Mi Kenn Wik Trait Starli B,De ffau H.S, 11 then ktt ptese end pract STHTE KAPPA PHI KAPPA EZRA HOWELL President OFFICERS EZRA I IOWELL President FRANK H. SPAIN V ice-President DOUGLAS WILSON Secretary GEORGE DELOATCHE .... Program Chairman HOWARD HARPER Treasurer LEON E. COOK Faculty Adviser Faculty members: Leon E. Cook, Edward W. Boshart, D. J. Moffie, T. E. Brown, J. Warren Smith, W. N. Hicks, C. G. Mumford. Members: W. M. Croom, Howard Harper, Kenneth Underwood, R. E. Sadler, Douglas Wilson, K. A. McKethan, Ezra Howell, Frank Craig, Glenn Patton, John D. Tripp, David Starling, Blake H. Allen, J. W. Sumner, G. B. Deloatche, Stanley Taylor, Ferna A. Todd, Warren C. Shaw, Thurston J. Mann, Frank H. Spain, Helbert H. Dawson. The chapter is being reactivated after being discontinued for several years during the war. By-Laws for the local chapter to supplement the national by-laws are now being drawn up by the chapter officers. These b3 ' -laws will be presented to the brothers for approval at the end of the winter term when all members practice teaching return. Top to bottom, left to right: Croom, Harper, Underwood, Sadler, Wilson, Tripp, Sumner, Deloatche, Spain. [225] I frj J. G. VANN, JR. President OFFICERS J. G. VANN, JR President RICHARD DAMMANN V ice-President W. B. MIDGETTE Secretary H. H. WILSON, JR Treasurer R. E. BRICKHOUSE Herald Faculty members: Dr. W. W. Kriegel, M. W. Parcel, C. V. Rue. Members: Raymond Benbenek, R. W. Boling, R. E. Brickhouse, J. J. Brown, Richard Dammann, C. M. Furr, H. S. Glenn, Jr., W. B. Midgette, A. E. Rowe, E. C. Saleeby, D. W. Sewell, F. M. Steele, A. W. Thomas, J. G. Vann, Jr., H. H. Wilson, Jr. Keramos, the national professional Ceramic Engineering Fraternity, was founded in 1902 at Ohio State University, and is the oldest professional engineering fraternity in the world. While the organization is strictly pro- fessional in nature, the requirements for mem- bership are as high as most of the honorary societies and it permits the wearing of the key by honor students. Membership is offered only to students in the Department of Ceramics or Ceramic Engineering who have a good scho- lastic record, a good character record and who gives promise of making good in industry. Keramos has as its aim the big brother idea toward Ceramic freshmen and strives to pro- mote ceramics and scholarship among under- classmen at State College. Top to bottom, left to right: Benbenek, Boling, Brickhouse, Brown, Dammann, Furr, Glenn, Midgette, Saleeby, Sewell, Thomas, KERAMOS 1H ... 10 GJ I :..::. - ; I V ..: AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY OFFICERS A. W. THOMAS President HUGH WILSON V ice-President A. M. FAIRES Secretary HUBERT McGfiE, JR Treasurer ALTON THOMAS President Faculty members: W. W. Kreigel, Head of Ceramic Department; M. W. Parcel, C. V. Rue. Members: Lewis N. Allen, Herbert Andrews, J. W. Ammons, Ray Benbenek, R. E. Brickhouse, John J. Brown, J. D. Bland, E. A. Clark, D. A. Collins, Richard Crouch, Arthur B. Culbertson, Jr., Robert Curran, Richard Dammann, F. W. Davis, W. R. Duncan, Richard Dillender, A. G. Eubanks, C. M. Furr, Frank P. Fonvielle, Jr., H. S. Glenn, Jr., G. O. Harrell, J. R. Hart, J. M. Holmes, T. N. Holmes, G. B. Howell, Arthur Jabbusch, Jr., Max Kahn, C. K. Kirby, G. A. Knight, P. S. Knowles, A. E. Lucier, W. B. Midgette, W. E. Moody, Jr., V. A. Morrow, J. F. Masters, R. W. Mills, J. T. Noe, J. W. Norwood, P. D. Pearce, Alexander Pechman, C. A. Perry, Forrest Peters, J. R. Peterson, F. R. Pickett, Harold Potchtar, A. E. Rowe, N. P. Rodgers, F. M. Steel, E. C. Saleeby, Dave W. Sewell, J. C. Schomburg, N. J. Smith, L. C. Smith, Robert Stoops, H. E. Spiers, J. W. Thomas, J. G. Vann, Jr., F. V. Wilson, W. R. Willis. The chapter at North Carolina State is a student branch of the American Ceramic Society which has as its purpose the promotion of technical and professional development of Ceramic Engineering. In the student branch emphasis is placed upon scholarship, character, and professional development. The chapter meets once each month. Outstanding speakers are invited to speak upon topics of interest in the ceramic field, and movies are shown to acquaint members with the different branches of the ceramic industry. The society provides a medium for the meeting of students interested in ceramic engin- eering, and it furthers the student ' s interest in the de- partment of Ceramic Engineering at North Carolina State College. [227] : m ii ' PSH ' ' ' " " " S-lw! STATE DINES TODAY GRAVEYARD UNDER CDN5TRUCTDN j VMi v In terfra tern ity OFFICERS R. W. KENNISON President JAMES P. BOGER V ice-President WILLIAM M. BOYLAN Secretary DEAN E. L. CLOYD . .Treasurer Boger, Boplan, Caldwell, Coclce. Cramsie, Daniels, Degen, Fuller. Goldman, Gregory, Hancock, Jaramillo. Johnson, Jones, MacMamis, Miller. Morrow, Sauls, Sellers, Skinner. Thomas, H. A. Williams, Wilson, Woodson. nitj Council Alpha Gamma Rho: J. C. JONES, R. FREEMAN. Delta Sigma Phi: A. W. WILSON, R. E. FULLER. Kappa Alpha: S. T. GREGORY, F. E. McMANUs. Kappa Sigma: R. W. KENNISON, W. J. BOOKS. Lambda Chi Alpha: H. A. SAULS, J. R. FOWLER. Phi Kappa Tau: A. W. THOMAS, J. R. CHAMSIE. Pi Kappa Alpha: J. T. JOHNSON, B. A. SKINNER. Pi Kappa Phi: E. G. SELLERS, O. R. JONES. Sigma Alpha MM: RALPH DEGEN, H. S. GOLDMAN. Sigma Chi: C. G. MILLER, P. C. COCKE. Sigma Nu: W. M. BOYLAN, H. S. WOODSON Sigma Phi Epsilon: J. P. BOGER, K. E. CALDWELL. Sigma Pi: H. A. WILLIAMS, V. A. MORROW. Alpha Lambda Tau: D. H. HANCOCK, HERMAN JARAMILLO. R. W. KENNISON President DEAN E. L. CLOYD Treasurer SIGMA NU BRYANT CLINE GLENN HOUSE HOUSTON, R. S. MILLER McCniRD TULL WHITE, J. E. FALLS STEWART, E. L. FAIRES LOMAX MULLINEAUX STEWART, J. M. COBLE GARDNER HEHN REID TERRELL WARD WOODSON SWEAT ADAMS ALLEN GRIMES HOUSTON, N. F. MAYO MEREDITH MC NNIS McLEoo, H. R. McLEOD, J. S. PEELER RANKIN RASBERRY RIPLEY SCHENKE STACK STILWELL SYKES WILLOUGHBY WILSON WHITE, W. A. JOHNSON FRANCIS YORKK BETA TAU CHAPTER 100 ACTIVE CHAPTERS FLOWER: White Rose COLORS: White and Gold Sigma Nu originated from the Legion of Honor, a secret society organized in 1868 at the Virginia Military Institute. The four founders were moved by idealistic hopes, and they founded a society which would inculcate honor and mutually benefit its members. Since its founding the fraternity has prospered and at the present time, there are 100 active chapters throughout the country. It is the oldest fraternity at State College, Beta Tau chapter having been installed here in 1895. The purpose of its founders was " to establish through the warm friendships of a group of congenial college men, on the foundation stone of honor, ideals of intellectual achievement, character, and social development, all to the end of becoming better men and better citizens. " W. M. BOYLAN J. F. BRYANT JR. J. C. CLINE H. S. GLENN, JR. A. M. FAIRES R. F. LOMAX K. L. COBLE J. M. GARDNER G. H. ANTHONY C. S. ADAMS L. M. ALLEN N. J. GRIMES, JR. F. N. HOUSTON F. E. MAYO W. B. MEREDITH D. H. McGiNNis FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors G. M. HOUSE R. S. HOUSTON F. E. MILLER, JR. J. R. McCLURD Juniors Sophomores J. M. HEHN G. D. REID B. P. TERRELL Freshman .L A. Swt H. R. McLEoo J. S. MCL.EOD C. M. PEELER JAMES RANKIN E. L. RASBURY, III T. M. RIPLEY, JR. F. E. SCHENKE V. T. STACK, JR. J. R. STILWELL I. N. TULL, JR. J. E. WHITE H. S. FALLS E. L. STEWART D. A. WOMBLE D. R. PONTON J. H. WARD H. S. WOODSON, JR. W. A. SYKES, JR. J. E. WlLLOUGHBY G. C. WILSON BILLY WHITE H. G. JOHNSON M. C. FRANCIS J. M. YORKE J. G. DUDLEY Miss FRANCES WARREN, Sponsor WILLIAM M. BOYLAN, President [233] KAPPA SIGMA BOYD COUNCIL GIBBS JEROME KENNISON McKENNE PHARR BOOKER BROOKS SALISBURY Yow CARLISLE HOLMES HOLMES LEAKE McKENZIE MORRIS NUFER BARNWELL BURNS CLOUD CuLBERTSON HAYS HILL McKENZIE MALLOY PHARR SWINK BETA UPSILON CHAPTER 110 ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Scarlet, Green, White FLOWER: Lily of the Valley Seventy-six years ago William Grigsby McCormick, former head of the McCormick-Deering Cor- poration, together with four friends, established the first chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity in America, on the beautiful campus of the University of Virginia. Kappa Sigma was first founded at the University of Bologna in 1400. Since its beginning here in America it has expanded tremendously. There are 110 active chapters and more than 42,000 living active alumni members who wear the star- and-crescent badge of the order. Beta Upsilon was established on the campus of North Carolina State in 1903 and since that time has initiated about 310 men. The fraternity publishes two periodicals, namely " The Caduceus, " a monthly magazine for its members, and the " Star and Crescent, " a secret publication. FRATRES IN FACULTATE DEAN I. O. SCHAUB R. B. BOYD, Jn. J. M. COUNCIL N. M. GIBBS, JR. A. E. D. BOOKER C. L. MANN FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors F. D. JEROME, JR. COLLIN McKENNE M. PHARR W. RAINEY W. J. BROOKS R. M. SALISBURY E. C. Yow, JR. Sophomores H. B. CARLISLE J. McN. Ho W. H. ENTWISTLE, JR. H. L. GABE HOLMES, JR. J. W. McKENZiE, JR. B. R. MORRIS W. L. NUFER W. H. BARNWELL W. L. BURNS, JR. F. J. CLOUD, JR. A. B. CuLBERTSON, JR. Pledges J. G. HAYS, JR. J. B. HILL, JR. M. L. MCKENZIE J. W. MALLOY T. A. NOHRIS, JR. E. F. PHARR HEARNE SWINK, JR. Miss BETSY JOHN WEST, Sponsor JOHN ODELL, President [235] KAPPA ALPHA FOSTER FULGUM GARDNER W. HENDRICKS LEGRAND REYNOLDS VANN LAMM TRAVIS ALLISON R. DALTON MACK HENDRICK MACMANUS SHEPHERD TIIURMAN WEEKS GARNES H. DALTON DEW FlSHEL HAY P. McCoRKLE B. McCoBKLE NORWOOD PACE SHERRILI. ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER 69 ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Crimson and Old Gold FLOWERS : Red Rose and Magnolia Kappa Alpha Order was founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865 to perpetuate the Southern ideal of gentlemanly character as exemplified by General Robert E. Lee, its Spiritual Founder. The fraternity is patterned on an order of knighthood, and members are expected to conform to the discipline of the order and to cultivate the graces of the Southern gentleman. Kappa Alpha re- stricts its field to colleges and universities below the Mason-Dixon Line. At present there are 69 active chapters of the fraternity. Alpha Omega Chapter publishes the " Rose and Magnolia, " a monthly newspaper containing timely news of the brothers and alumni. DR. T. P. HARRISON A. W. FOSTER J. T. FULGHUM O. M. GARDNER, JR. S. T. GREGORY T. A. ALLISON R. W. DuRANT C. M. HENDRICKS C. C. BROWN W. H. CARNES H. M. D ALTON R. E. DEW FRATRES IN FACULTATE PROF. J. F. MILLER FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Jiinio ' rs J. R. LAMM E. O. TRAVIS Pledges H. O. FISHEL, JR. O. P. HAY C. A. MANN P. McCoRKLE, JR. J. G. VANN H. E. LfiGRAND R. H. REYNOLDS J. G. VANN, JR. T. C. WILLIS R. M. SHEPHERD E. B. THURMAN J. L. WEEKS W. D. McCoRKLE J. W. NORWOOD R. E. PAGE R. H. SHERRILL Miss LIBBY BECKWJTH, Sponsor S. T. GREGORY, President [237] PI KAPPA ALPHA BROWER COCHHAN DILLON HOOK HOOVER JONES WOODSIDE BEAMAN BlNCENHEIMEIl BoYTER CARNES DELAMAR GAYLE HENDHIX HOLLAND HOLLOMAN LAMPKE NEAL PERRY SKINNER SMART WILSON BANTON BATSON BEAM BIRD BRADY BRIDGER BROWN FARRELL FONVILLE HAM HELMS HICKS IVEY JONES KELLY LOVIN McDoWELL MILLER MlLLICAN MoFFITT MoRAN NOELL PARHISH HANDLE SMITH SUTTON TATE WATTS WILLIAMS WHITLEY WINSTON WITHERSPOON ALLEN BUTLER CRAMER CRAMER CHERRY EASON FARRIS GROSS HOBBS JONES MOORE SANFORD STADLER STEEN VAN STORY WHITE TT y ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER 79 ACTIVE CHAPTERS FLOWER: Lily of the Valley During the early spring of 1868, the friendship of six students at the University of Virginia grew into Pi Kappa Alpha. From this beginning, seventy-nine years ago, the fraternity has branched out to form seventy-nine fraternal chapters. Alpha Epsilon was given its charter in October 1904 and an- nually presents the PiKA Ball at North Carolina State. This year will be the fortieth presentation of the Easter Monday Dance. H. B. BRIGGS E. N. BROWER R. B. COCHRAN, JR. C. A. DILLON, JR. B. E. BEAMAN C. G. BlNGENHEIMER J. C. BOYTER R. W. CARNES J. T. DELAMAR H. L. BANTON W. K. BATSON A. P. BEAM R. L. BIRD A. G. BRADY L. C. BRIDGER J. E. BROWN R. D. FARRELL J. N. FONVILLE L. M. HAM R. P. HELMS S. B. ALLEN S. M. BUTLER H. CRAMER L. CRAMER J. CHERRY, JR. M. F. DAVIS FRATRES IN FACULTATE FRATRES IN COLLEGIO E. L. MILLER VYW. HOOK, JR. R. C. HOOVER ' : I. T. JOHNSON W. H. FUNDERBURK W. W. GAYLE, JR. A. E. HENDRIX J. C. HOLLAND R. P. HOLLOMAN Soph F. R. HK-K B. M. I vi ,v omorc Vk iJI Hb W. F. KELLY L. G. LOVIN J. M. MCDOWELL O. L. MILLER H. B. MILLICAN B. J. MoFFITT E. W. MlbAN I:. S. NOELL, Jr.. T. H. PARRISH Plede.es HARRIS GROSS P. W. HOBBS J. H. JONES S. M. MOORE T. A. JONES W. C. WINN T. F. WOODSIDE W. K. NEAL L. B. PERRY B. A. SKINNER J. F. SMART H. H. WILSON RANDLE W. G. SMITH H. F. SUTTON J. T. TATE L. A. WATTS W. M. WILLIAMS H. L. WHITLEY T. B. WINSTON H. K. WITHERSPOON C. E. YOUNT C. J. WOLHAR L. SANFORD STADLER J. B. STEEN R. M. VAN STORY P. W. WHITE J. R. WlLKINS Miss GENE HINES, Sponsor JIM JOHNSON, President [239] SIGMA PHI EPSILON BoNEY CLARK EDKINS FETNER GWYN HARDAWAY ISENHOUR MILLER MAY, M. POWELL, A. POWELL, H. STEELE COLE CRIGLER DIXON DAVIS FKAZELLE GOODRICH MAY, D. RlERSON SWARTZ BROWN BLACKWELL BUNCH CALDWELL CRUMLEY FLEMING HEAD HAYNES KING LAUTEN MARTIN MASTERS McNAIR PHIPPS RODDICK TEAGUE WILLIAMS WYATT BARBEE BLACKNALL BONEY CARTER CLARK DECKER HOLMES JOLLIFF POWERS PRICE ROBINSON SPRING STEVENS VENTERS WOODAHD WORSLEY VAUGHN N. C. BETA CHAPTER 83 ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Purple and Red FLOWERS: Violets and Roses Sigma Phi Epsilon is experiencing a period of reconversion. The initiates and pledges are eagerly accepting their responsibilities in fraternity life in willing exchange for the obligations, of grossly different character, which they bore during the war years. They have returned to rejoin, to strengthen, and to inspire their old chapter. This rejuvenated group has been, and now is, extremely successful in intramural athletics. It has won the Summer Athletic Cup, the Bowling Cup, the football championship to enumerate a few of its accomplishments. It also stands as a strong contender for the year ' s Athletic Cup. The Social Program was highlighted by an all-day picnic and an Alumni Banquet at the Tar Heel Club. This activity and the publishing of a chapter paper have served well to unite our alumni solid- ly behind us. The " Sig Eps " are destined for a very successful year. W. J. BONEY T. J. CLARK R. N. EDKINS C. J. FETNER N. H. GWYN J. P. BOGER W. J. DIXON I. K. DAVIS C. R. DUDLEY E. BROWN F. N. BLACKWELL J. R. BUNCH K. E. CALDWELL W. E. CRUMLEY D. B. FLEMING BARBEE BLACKNALL BONEY CARTER CLARK DAVIS DECKER FRATRE IN FACULTATE R. D. BEAM FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors T. A. R. B. ISEM 15. I. MANN M. T. MlLLEK Juniors E. L. FRAZELLE R. W. G. HEAD M. B. HAYNES H. D. KING T. Z. LAUTEN G. A. MARTIN J. F. MAS JOL POWERS PRICE ROBINSON M. C. MAY R. B. PATTERSON A. W. POWELL H. W. POWELL F. M. STEELE D. C. MAY W. H. RIERSON C. B. SHAFER D. R. SWARTZ G. McNAm C. P. PHIPPS R. J. TEAGUE J. A. RODDICK E. E. WILLIAMS W. F. WYATT SMITH SPRING STEVENS VENTERS WOODARD WoRSLEY VAUGHN Miss SARA CROWDER, Sponsor JIM BOGER, President [241] DELTA SIGMA PHI WIGGINS BENSON BROWN JONES BRITT BRYANT COHIER HARRELL HARRIS KNOTT RAGSDALE STOTT TAYLOR FULLER ALLEN CANNON GOODWIN HOSMER PARTIN RHO CHAPTER 36 ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Nile Green and White FLOWER: White Carnation Delta Sigma Phi, international social fraternity, was founded at the College of the City of New York on December 10, 1899. There are now thirty-six active chapters, totaling a membership of some fifteen thousand. There are twenty-one alumni chapters. On May 20, 1915, Rho Chapter was installed at N. C. State College. This chapter was formed from a local organization, Gamma Alpha Nu Gam- ma, commonly known as the Gang. This was an organization of three years ' standing. Membership is limited to men of the white race whose ideals and beliefs are those of modern Christian civilization. This year Rho held its annual Founders ' Day Banquet at the Raleigh Woman ' s Club on December 7, 1946; sent two delegates to the National Convention in Chicago on January 2-5; and reactivated " Rho News, " alumni news letter. FRATRES IN FACULTATE COL. J. W. HARRELSON DR. L. F. WILLIAMS PROF. F. M. HAIG J. E. DBAS, JR. G. S. BENSON R. W. BOLING W. A. BRITT J. R. BRYANT H. A. CORRIHER, JR. W. O. ALLEN T. F. CANNON Juniors li. A. BROWN. Jr. Sophomores G. O. HAHRELL K. B. HARRIS B. F., W. S. GOODWIN A. HOSMER G. T. WIGGINS S. G. JONES, JR. M. H. PINNIX W. D. RAGSDALE, JR. C. W. STOTT C. J. TAYLOR B. K. PARTIN W. WILSON Miss ELIZABETH KELLY, Sponsor ALTON WILSON, President [243] ALPHA GAMMA RHO CRITCHER CURTIS FISLER HINSON HOUSE IcARD JAMES JONES McDowELL SCHREYER TRIPP WAGONER WILLIAMS BLACKSTOCK SMITH WHITE FREEMAN LAWING MORELAND WEST NU CHAPTER 32 ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Green and Gold FLOWER: Pink Rose Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity was reactivated in June 1946, after three years of inactivity. Three members and one pledge returned to the campus for the fall term, 1946. Eighteen men were pledged to the fraternity and the Nu Club, alumni organization, purchased a home for the active chapter. The fraternity maintained a high scholastic average, having the highest average of any fraternity at North Carolina State College since 1928. DR. J. V. HOFMANN DR. J. H. HILTON DR. Z. P. METCALF DR. G. W. FOSTER F. H. JETER FRATRES IN FACULTATE C. F. PARRISH DR. W. M. KULASH L. E. COOK DR. R. L. LOVVORN FRATRES J. G. HoFMANN T. S. CRITCHER JOHN CURTIS J. F. FISLER W. C. HINSON D. T. HOUSE Seniors T. F. ICARD J. B ' - ta- GUY L. JONES J. C, JONES CLARENCE E. BLACKSTOCK ROBERSON FREEMAN Juniors GEORGE W. SMITH J. E. HOBBS C. B. SHIMER FLOYD OLIVE E. A. WlLKENING C. J. MAUPIN SANTAPOLO FRANK H. MCDOWELL CHARLES E. SCHREYER JOHN D. TRIPP JOHN B. WAGONER MOYLE S. WILLIAMS BENJAMIN WHITE PAUL M. WEST BENJAMIN COBLE MAURICE PICKLER HAROLD STINSON Miss ANNA MORRIS, Sponsor J. C. JONES, President [245] PI KAPPA PHI BLOW CANNON JORDAN McCABE SELLERS TROY FERGUSON HARVEY QUEEN SMITH BRITT BROWN KENDALL MANNING SMITH WALLACE DAMRON DEYTON FISHER GORDON HARPER McCov McCuLLOCil NEEL PlTTENGER SANDERS SELTZER TAU CHAPTER 32 ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: White and Gold FLOWER: Red Rose Pi Kappa Phi was founded at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, December 10, 1904. It was a concrete and permanent result of a friendship that had flourished since the elementary school clays in the environs of one of the South ' s oldest towns. With the definite purpose of extending the influence of the organization, the incorporation as a national fraternity took place in 1907. The pur- pose of the fraternity is " to promote fellowship and mutual trust among its members, to uphold the ideals and traditions of the college where its chapters are located, to encourage excellence in scholar- ship, and to inculcate in its members the highest ideals of Christian manhood and good fellowship. " W. McGEHEE L. H. CANNON, JR. H. K. JORDAN L. R. FERGUSON H. M. BRITT B. M. BROWN, JR. M. R. DAMRON, JR. J. DEYTON M. M. FISHER, JR. O. M. GORDON FRATRES IN FACULTATE J. S. MEAHES R. SHUMAKER FRATRES IN COLLEGIO , W Graduate I . BLOW Seniors A. M. McCABE zin ors A. M. HARVEY H. QUEEN, JR. Sophomores F. A. KENDALL, JR. W. P. MANNING McL. p.m Pledges Ages C. B. HABMJB R. L. McCov D. F. McCuLLOCK E. G. SELLERS E. F. TROY E. D. SMITH, JR. G. W. SMITH W. D. WALLACE A. NEEL P. M. PlTTENGER, JR. R. M. SANDERS D. M. SELTZER MRS. OWEN R. JONES, Sponsor OWEN R. JONES, President [247] SIGMA PI FAULK HANNON HOFFMAN JOYCE MICHAL MONROE POOLE WOODALL BuRTNER BuTNER COOK FREEMAN GROVES HOWE Moss MORROW REEVES ROSE RUSSELL BARBER BROWN ENGLISH FLOYD HARRIS McCACHERN MERRITT MOONEYHAM MOORE MYATT NEWSOM OGBURN PRITCHARD PRITCHARD SHERRON RHODES THOMPSON WEBSTER WINECOFF ANGEL BALLARD BOSTIAN CORNING MILLOWAY r RHO CHAPTER 28 ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Lavender and White FLOWER: Orchid Sigma Pi, national social fraternity, was founded at Vincennes University, Vincennes, Indiana, February 26, 1897. The purpose of its founders was " to organize the most worthy activities, social, athletic, and scholarly, and to set a high standard of manliness and college loyalty. " The fraternity now has twenty-eight active chapters located in eighteen different states. Twenty-four chapter houses are owned by the fraternity, representing an original investment of $650,000, exclusive of furniture, etc. Rho Chapter was installed at State College in 1921. The Chapter owns its own chapter house located at 25 1 3 Clark Avenue. FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. JOSEPH D. CLARK MR. J. ALBERT ROLSTON MR. JOSEPH M. MONROE FRATRES IN COLLEGIO S. P. FULK M. J HANNON L. B. HOFFMAN R. L. BURTNER F. W. BUTNER, JR. E. R. COOK W. F. FREEMAN, JR. J. B. BARHER L. S. BROWN J. R. ENGLISH B. P. FLOYD C. M. HARRIS C. E. ANGEL F. I. BALLARD R. W. BOSTIAN Seniors S. H. HUFFSTETLER J. H. JOYCE D. H. MICHAL Sophomores A. H. MEHRITT P. H. MOONEYHAM J. It. MOORE I . I ' .. MYATT A. L. C. W. McCACHERN, JR. H. R. A. PRITCHARD Pledges L. A. CORNING G. W. LEVAN W. T. MlLLOWAY C. J. PAULUS R. B. POOLE W. L. WOODALL J. C. REEVES R. W. ROSE R. W. RUSSELL H. A. WILLIAMS, JR. C. C. PRITCHARD E. B. SHERRON J. B. RHODES :G. C. THOMPSON F. L. WEBSTER C. R. WINECOFF W. W. ROBERTSON R. F. SALEEBY D. B. WINECOFF Miss NELL MORRISON, Sponsor HUGH WILLIAMS, President [249] PHI KAPPA TAU ANDREWS LEKPER McCRAMSIE McCRARY WILLIAMS MACLACHLAN BOYD ClILLEN GAMBLE I CHI CHAPTER 49 ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Old GoU Harvard Red FLOWER: Red Carnation Phi Kappa Tau, national social fraternity, was founded in 1906 by four outstanding students of Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. The fraternity and its ideals were drawn up by Dwight I. Douglas, William H. Shideler, Talor A. Boradaile, and Clinton D. Boyd. Chi Chapter at North Carolina State was granted its charter in 1923. Before that time the chapter was a social fraternity made up of out- standing textile students. The local was called Phi Psi Lambda. Phi Kappa Tau was founded to break up a monopoly on students elections which was held by fraternity unions. The growth of the frater- nity has been slow but consistent. Phi Kappa Tau now numbers 49 active chapters throughout the country. The fraternity has the distinction of not having a single dead chapter. There are thirty-one alumni chapters located in the larger cities through the country. FRATRES IN FACULTATE DEAN EMERITUS T. NELSON DEAN E. L. CLOYD FRA ' ( inidiinte II. P. ANDREWS Seniors ]. S. LEEPER I A. W. THOMAS J. R. McCflAMSlE C. E. McCHABY J. C. MACL.ACHLAN Pledges W. H. BOYD, JR. A. B. CULLEN P. GAMBLE Miss EMILY LABOUISSE, Sponsor ALTON W. THOMAS, President [251] LAMBDA CHI ALPHA BOLLIN CAPEL CARR DANIF.I, CUBA KIRBY MCALLISTER PITTS VERRILL WHARTON WlLBER JONES KENDRICK SAULS RRANTLEY CARPENTEH FOWLER HAMMOND COOK COOPER DAVIS MOORE MORRISON RYMAN GAMMA UPSILON CHAPTER 115 ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Purple, Green, Gold FLOWER: White Rose Founded at Boston University in 1909, Lambda Chi Alpha has expanded until it is now the second largest national fraternity with one hundred and fifteen active chapters. These chapters are established at the most prominent colleges in the United States and Canada. Lambda Chi Alpha employs five full time traveling secretaries who visit the chapters and their contact with the general fraternity. The " Cross and Crescent, " the fraternity magazine, is published seven times annually. " Delta Pi, " the secret magazine, is published quarterly. The " G. U. Growler, " the news letter of the local chapter to its alumni, is put out quarterly. Other Lambda Chi Alpha chapters are located at Duke, Wake Forest, and at the University of North Carolina. The local chapter sponsors Annual Interfraternity Bridge Tournament and Interfraternity Sing. DR. ROY N. ANDERSON DR. T. B. MITCHELL FRATRES IN FACULTATE PROF. R. J. PEARSALL DR. R. C. BULLOCK C. R. BOLLIN F. A. CUBA, JR. H. S. VERRILL G. L. CAPEL H. O. JONES W. T. BRANTLEY R. E. CARPENTER J. B. COFFIELD P. A. DAVIS D. B. MORRISON ES J| K)LLEGIO FRATRES Seniors W. L. WHARTON, JR. W. A. CAHR junior R. K Sophomores A. HANDLEY, JR. J. R. FOWLER J. A. S TT M Ik Pledges jflHRHI HL. A. HEWETT J. K. RYMAN DR. R. O. MOEN PROF. R. B. WYNNE R. A. MCALLISTER S. C. WILBER, JR. W. J. DANIEL R. L. PITTS H. A. SAULS, JR. J. H. HAMMOND T. A. TEABEAUT A. S. COOPER, JR. P. E. MOORE E. P. SCHRUM Miss PEGGY BRANNON, Sponsor CLAUDE BURKHEAD, JR., President [253] ALPHA LAMBDA TAU VALENCIA SPINDOLA MATHEWSON ARNSTEIN LASSITER JARAMILLO PRICE BOULDIN HlNTON DIXON STALKY PETERSON HOWE THOMPSON HLITCHINS LAMPRINAKOS MALPAS PATE PlSCITELLO HUDSON GRIMM DELLINGER CAMP BIDDIX DIEHL HOLLAND RILEY McGEE TUCKER PAYLOR CHESSON SATTERFIELD ZETA CHAPTER 25 ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Old Gold and Black FLOWER: American Beauty Rose Alpha Lambda Tau was founded at Oglethorpe University in 1916. It was the first fraternal or- ganization at that institution following its reorganization in the same year. Originally founded as the Alpha Lambda Club, it was later decided that the fraternity should become a national order, and was incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia as Alpha Lambda Tau. There was at first an idea that the fraternity would never go north of the Mason-Dixon line, but this was disproved in the 1927 national convention, at which a charter was granted to a group at the University of Illinois. Zeta chapter was installed at North Carolina State College on January 22, 1925. Since that time it has grown steadily and its members have taken an active part in campus affairs. There are alumni chapters located in many of the larger cities. The chapter owns its own house which is located at 10 Enterprise Street. FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. A. M. FOUNTAIN DEAN R. LEFORT PROF. J. F. SEELY DR. M. C. LEAGER FRATRES Jfc COLLEGIO S. VALENCIA P. R. SPINDOLA P. LEB. MATHEWSON G. M. PAUL D. L. BOULDIN W. W. HlNTON W. C. DIXON T. C. HUTCHINS, JR. P. J. LAMPRINAKOS G. D. MALPAS J. V. McKlNNEY, JR. T. K. MCLAUGHLIN H. B. PATE A. R. PlSCITELLO s IN ( Seniors H. G. STRONG FJ M. HUDSON R. H. GRIMM H. E. DELLINGER J. G. CAMP, JR. F. W. BIDDIX C . K. BLACKWI W. M. GANTT I. A. ROSE, IV A. BAUTISTA F. WOOTEN J. JARAMILLO N. A. PRICE, JR. A. L. HOWE R. L. THOMPSON, JR. S. A. YANCEY J. C. DIEHL R. BARKSDALE W. CLARK J. M. HOLLAND L. W. RILEY H. McGEE H. TUCKER M. ASBURY F. DEL.ANCY G. F. SATTERFIELD J. PAYLOR J. CHESSON J. PRICE Miss ANNE CLEMENTS, Sponsor DAVID HANCOCK, President [255] SIGMA ALPHA MU HAGAN MATUSOW SCHWARTZ WALCOFF ANTIN BAYER FISHER GOLDMAN KADEN MANDEL SONTAG WEISS FUERSTMAN EDELMAN GREENBAUM FILREIS FISHER CLOCK GOLD LEVINSION LEVINSON OLANOFF REITER SALZMAN GOLDMAN SIFF CoNCOOL JACOBSON KAMBER BROOK BROOKS COHEN FILREIS FREEHOF GEIST HAUSMAN HORWITZ LINK RoSENTHAL RUBEN SECHTIN SCHULMAN ToLKOFF WEISMAN WlTTEN r SIGMA OMEGA CHAPTER 36 ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Purple and White FLOWER: Purple Aster Sigma Alpha Mu was founded by eight students on Thanksgiving Eve, November 26, 1909, at the College of the City of New York. The fraternity now has thirty-six active chapters in the United States and Canada. The object of the fraternity, as written in its constitution, is " to instill and main- tain in the hearts of its sons love for and loyalty to Alma Mater and its ideals; to inculcate among its sons such ideals as will result in actions worthy of the highest precepts of manhood, democracy, and human- ity. " The State College chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu is the outgrowth of a local fraternity, Theta Phi, which had its beginning at State College in 1929. The local fraternity was chartered as Sigma Omega Chapter on May 7, 1938. The chapter participates in the publication of the fraternity magazine, " The Octagonian, " and publishes a chapter magazine, The Sigma Omegram. This year an Alumni Club was formed in New York City, New York. FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors M. L. HAGAN I. ANTIN S. BAYER A. FISCHER L. GOLDMAN M. FILREIS A. FISHER E. CLOCK E. GOLD G. KAMBER D. BROOK I. BINDER A. BROOKS A. COHEN S. FILREIS J. FREEHOF juniors H. KADEN N. MANDEL R. SONTAG D. RoSENTHAL H. WALCOFF H. WEISS M. FUERSTMAN C. EDELMAN M. GREENBAUM H. GOLDMAN S. SIFF N. CONCOOL H. JACOBSON S. RUBEN D. SECHTIN D. SCHULMAN C. SELIGSON . TOLKOFF S. WEISSMAN F. WITTEN Miss MILDRED KLOTZ, Sponsor RALPH DEGEN, President [257] SIGMA CHI BURROWS COBLE COLE DAWSON DUNN EVERETT GELUSO HARRIS KOONCE MITCHELL MOFFATT MORGAN PENN RHODES STEVENS STILLWELL WILLIAMS ALLEN ALEXANDER COCKE GlLLETT HAYES Ross SEWELL SIGMON SMITH, J. SMITH, R. TEEL THOMPSON TRUITT WHITE BOCOOK DAVID DESANTO FITZGERALD GLENN GREER HARPER HARRIS HAYES HESTER HOWARD IBACII MICKIE MOOBE PLANK RICE SATTERFIELD SCOTT STAMPS TAYLOR WARD WILEY COLE MAN FRISSELL ALEXANDER BLALOCK CARPENTER - DELTA EPSILON CHAPTER 104 ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Blue and Gold FLOWER: White Rose Sigma Chi Fraternity was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, on June 28, 1855. It was the nineteenth college fraternity to be founded, and the third to be founded at Miami University. Today, Sigma Chi consists of 104 active chapters, and 98 alumni chapters. Its chapter houses exceed $3,370,000 in value, and it has assets of approximately $480,000. The Sigma Chi Chapter at North Carolina State College was installed on May, 15, 1943, after two years ' existence as a local fraternity known as Chi Sigma. This year was highlighted by the fourth annual Sigma Chi Sweetheart Ball given in the Hotel Sir Walter. L. W. EARNHARDT C. H. BOSTIAN T. C. BROWN J. W. CELL N. W. CONNER R. W. CUMMINGS J. E. FOSTER J. H. HARRIS W. H. HICKS W. L. BURROWS G. W. COBLE E. R. COLE E. B. DAWSON M. B. DUNN R. O. EVERETT F. R. GELUSO J. R. HARRIS H. A. ALLEN, JR. H. G. ALEXANDER P. C. CoCKE M. V. B. DAVIS A. W. FUTRELL, JR. J. B. GlLLETT B. W. BATCHELOR J. A. BOCOOK C. S. DAVID, JR. R. E. DESANTO D. B. FITZGERALD J. M. GLENN W. P. GREER, JR. F. I. HARPER, JR. C. A. HARRIS T. T. HAYES ,JH. ., JR. R. L. COLEMAN J. B. ALEXANDER T. C. BLALOCK T. S. CARPENTER W. W. HICKEY FRATRES IN FACULTATE T. N. HINES W. E. JORDAN J. R. LUDINGTON A. A. MITCHELL D. J. MOFFIE E. B. MORROW H. V. PARK J. W. PATTON J. D. PAULSON FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors N. H. HODGES G. W. JONES T. R. KOONCE, JR. C. G. MILLER, JR. I. A. MILLS M. H. MITCHELL W. R. HAYES, I.C. HOBBS B. T. PA- J. P. Ross D. W. SEWELL I. A. SlGMON Sophomores W. J. HESTER J. W. HUBBAI C. R. In.uii C. I I. JOHNSON C. M. MH-KIJ:, R. W IS. Freshmen Pledges D. H. HINES W. P. HORNE W. W. JONES W. A. REID E. W. RuGGLES G. H. SATTERFIELD C. B. SHULENBERGER A. D. STUART J. L. STUCKEY P. P. SUTTON L. L. VAUGHAN L. S. WINTON J. F. MOORE T. M. MORGAN H. D. PENN J. H. RHODES C. SPRUILL kE. STEVENS . B. STILLWELL, JR. J. H. WILLIAMS J. T. SMITH R. J. SMITH, JR. J. B. TEEL L. F. THOMPSON, JR. T. H. TRUITT J. R. WHITE C. A. PLANK R. H. RICE D. G. SATTERFIELD E. K. SCOTT M. STAMPS, III H. D. TAYLOR, JR. J. WAGONER M. H. WARD J. M. WILEY W. O. ZICK F. D. FRISSELL H. B. MADDREY H. B. WILLIAMS W. C. COMER, JR. L. A. SKIVE MRS. CHARLES G. MILLER, Sponsor CHARLES G. MILLER, President [259] E i fl . -t- S-,.y- " V,;. --T- - " -; ' ' " . v ' vrji ? ' " - ' --,-. rK- - ' T ' CHARLES G. DOAK Assistant Director, Physical Ed. TOM HINES Assistant Director, Physical Ed. Club COLORS: Red and White OFFICERS CHARLES W. DOAK ...................................... President JOHN BARR ........................................ V ice-President W. E. AVERY .................................. Secretary-Treasurer JOHN W. MORGAN ................................. Faculty Adviser First row. ]. W. Morgan, Cecil Fry, Charlie Richkus, Josh Mewborn, J. L. Ratts, J. E. Park, C. W. Grandy, T. C. Blalock, W. E. Avery, P. Holloman, Chick Doak. Second row. Frank Craig, C. S. David, William Zick, J. R. Edwards, Hal Thompson, J. B. Edwards, Hank Utley, C. D. Gold, Jim Richie, Fred Wagoner. Third row. Bob Lavine, F. J. McGrath, D. R. Swartz, C. L. Hege, Stan Kohler, C. L. Chambers, A. C. Davis, W. B. Mclntyre, A. McCabe, Bob Reynolds, Taylor Moser, George Allen. Fourth row. Curt Ramsey, Al Phillips, Louis Hartzog, Dick Galloway, Die Miller, Bob Courts, John Wagoner, Tom C Members not in the R. L. Burtner, R. F. D Burton Fitzgerald, P. Jones, J. C. Jones, G. Maddry, T. K. McLa W. J. Mussack, Hal O ner, H. N. Robertson, Nevin Dayvault. Bail? eck, Fred Andrews, . P. Boger, . J. Evans, n, Woody r, Howard D. Moser, H. F. Tur- Ben Coble, c j F P A C K- FOOTBALL We just fceot Wake forest! Football at North The 1946 Wolfpack, fuming under suppression for the past 18 years burst forth with vehement fury to take its rightful place in the National Football Spotlight. Potent laden with 14 top-notch lettermen and many eager freshmen, who proved beyond a doubt their worth with sensational playing all season, State gave fair warning to any and all comers that from now on, " Shudder when you hear the name, ' Wolf- pack. ' " After the ' Pack convinced Duke that it was healthier in Durham by com- pletely outplaying them 13-6, the ever-loyal alumni and all 4902 students lavished in ecstasy like a hillbilly sampling his first " batch " of " moonshine. " Under the able direction of Coach Beattie Feathers, the ' Pack growled and fought their way through the season with 8 victories and two close defeats, to capture their first Bowl Bid the ' Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla. Captained by Al Phillips, the Wolfpack entered the second annual New Year ' s Day Classic as a three touchdown underdog, but in true State style, kept the fans on their feet until the final whistle before giving way to the powerful and heavier Sooners of Oklahoma 34-13. AL PHILLIPS AND CURT RAMSEY, Co-Captains Assistant Coaches WOOD ANDERSON SUFFRIDGE RlCH VoKpai Uyeais raid The Managers STATE 13 DUKE 6 It could be true and it was. State ' s capable, well-coached, and hard charging Wolfpack decisively whipped the Blue Devils of Duke 13-6 for the first time in 13 years before a soaked crowd of opening-day fans in Riddick Stadium. This State win is classed as an upset on most books but it was no fluke. It was a team victory. After spotting Duke a touchdown late in the first quarter when Palmer fumbled a slippery ball on the 7 and Knotts recovered for Duke, the ' Pack dug in with deter- mination. Fighting back viciously, State scored first in the 3rd quarter on an eleven yard pass from Richkus to Bozeman. There ' s no doubt that the bustling leader for the ' Pack was big-legged little Charlie Richkus, who turned in a brilliantly inspired backfield performance. He single-handedly sparked the first State score, handling the ball on each play of the 56 yard drive, climaxed by the pass to Bozeman, who made a sensational catch in the corner of the end zone. Carolina State The second touchdown drive started on the State 25 yard line. With only a few minutes left, it looked as if the State supporters were going to be denied the chance of seeing their Wolfpack emerge victoriously over their " dear " neighbors from Dur- ham had not the boys in red and white decided to gamble for the win they so right- fully deserved. First it was Howard Turner, twice All-Southern, then Richkus who turned loose with everything in the Tennessee-styled State book of plays to roar over Duke with a display of power and passes which the Blue Devils were powerless to stop. The great play of the march was Turner ' s long pass to George Blomquist on the Duke 40. Turner, standing way back on his own 20, had all day to heave the pass behind a brick wall thrown up by State ' s rugged line. Big George was cornered by two Duke men but went high into the air between them to take the pass on the HEAD COACH BEATTIE FEATHERS rebound after he and one of the Devils had batted it back into the air twice. Richkus took over right after that and led the fight the rest of the way. After passing to Blomquist on the Duke 4, Richkus churned and twisted his way over the last Duke white stripe for the final and winning tally as the crowd went mad. Richkus ' inspired playing was equaled only by that of the hard-charging State line. Low-underslung Bernard Watts, who ripped into the Duke backfield all after- noon with amazing speed, and Paul Gibson and Taylor Moser. along with every man in the State line, cemented the brick wall that held Duke to a net of 2 yards rushing. STATE 14 CLEMSON 7 After a week of praise from all over the nation for their upset of Duke the week before, State ' s rejuvenated Wolfpack continued to prove their merit in the football circles by defeat- ing the stubborn and strong Clemson Tigers in their own home " cage " to the effect of 14-7. Once again it was the tenacious holding power of the State line along with the swivel-hipped running of Howard " Peewee " Turner that brought the Wolfpack out of the scrap perched atop the 14-7 score. The scoring got under way with a bang in the first period with Dutch Leverman of Clemson racing 33 yards for the first touchdown of the game to put the Tigers out in front 7-0. Then came the play that helped gain for Turner the honor of being selected by the United Press as the outstanding player in the Southern Conference that week. Turner took the , Clemson kickoff after their score on his own 2-yard line and galloped 98 yards through the entire Clemson team behind superb blocking to tie the score up for the State team. Again in the second quarter Turner led the attack and turned in another beautiful jaunt for the winning score. Barney Watts, the freshman buzz-saw of the State line, was the fifth man in the Clemson backfield all afternoon. John Wagoner at the other guard and Co-Captain Al Phillips also shared in the tight defense thrown up by the hard-charging line. The third period was a seesaw battle but in the final quarter Clemson began to move. After advancing to the State 3-yard line, Clemson was so completely man-handled by the State line that the Wolf pack took over the ball back on their own 31 with only seconds to go. A host of State tacklers, including Watts, trapped Leverman back on the State 19, and then the speedy Watts killed all hopes of the home fans by dumping Biisendine for a 12-yard loss on the State 31 where the ' Pack took over. Big Jim Byler kicked both extra points for a season ' s total of 3 out of 4. STATE 25 DAVIDSON Held scoreless and without a first down through the first two periods of play, State ' s Wolfpack exploded in the second half to roll over undefeated Davidson 25-0. The game was played on a cold, windy night in Riddick Stadium. Three hard-running tailbacks Gwyn Fletcher, Ogden Smith, and Howard Turner were the Wolves who took the fight out of the Wildcats during the final stanzas of play. It was Freshman Fletcher who sparked State ' s first touchdown drive in the third quarter. The ' Pack went 54 yards the first time they took possession of the ball, the drive ending when Leslie Palmer pushed his way through center from the 2-yard line. Early in the fourth period Fletcher paved the way for the second score when he intercepted Junie Guy ' s pass on the Davidson 33. After having to punt because of penalties, and Davidson couldn ' t gain, Fletcher took the visitors ' punt on their 35 and raced it back 13 yards to the Davidson 22. On the second down, Fletcher took the pass from center, spun to his left and started out on what looked like a left end run. Instead, he let go with an aerial over the goal line that George Blomquist had to go to his knees to catch for the score. Howard Turner was the big noise in State ' s third touchdown drive that started on the State 44. After two long passes to Paul Gibson and an 11 -yard run by Gordon Goodman, Turner bounced off right tackle for the score. State scored again late in the final period after Byler missed a field goal from the 27. Davidson kicked out to Ogden Smith, who took the ball on his 41 and dashed back down the sidelines, twisting and dodging, for 59 yards and the final score. The Wolfpack forward wall again turned in a fine performance with Barny Watts, John Wagoner, Taylor Moser, and Curtis Ramsey leading the way. George Blomquist again displayed his talents as a glue-fingered pass catcher. STATE 14 WAKE FOREST 6 An alert, aggressive Wolfpack proved that air power is just as important as ground power by defeating a heavier Wake Forest eleven 14-6 to hand the Deacons their first defeat of the year. After the Deacs had marched 68 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter, the aroused ' Pack roared back 73 yards to tie the game up and go out in front when Jim Byler kicked the extra point. Howard Turner, the flashy all-conference back, sparked the drive with his pin-point precision passing. He completed 8 out of 9 attempts Witt ! would ] in the first half to keep State in the ball game. Ends Paul Gibson and George Blomquist held on to practically everything he tossed in their direction. The touchdown drive started on the State 27 after Wake Forest had kicked off. Featured by a 22-yard pass by Turner to Blomquist, the drive seemed to bog down after a five-yard loss, but Turner, on the Deacs ' 22, raced wide to the right, leaped into the air and heaved a long pass to Paul Gibson in the end zone. The consistent performing end jumped up and tcok the ball behind the outstretched hands of two Deacons for the touchdown. Byler ' s conversion sailed straight through the goal posts. After a see-raw battle in which both teams lost the ball inside the other ' s ten-yard line twice, State pressed for the kill and put the lid on the whole affair. Fletcher intercepted a pass from Nick Sacrinty on the Wake Forest 27 and he ran down the side- lines to the 6 before being stopped. The Deacs tossed the ' Pack back 10 yards in three plays but on the last down Richkus, who had just come into the game, rifled a pass between two Deacons to end Bobby Courts in the end zone. Jim Byler again toed the ball for the last point with only 50 seconds in the game. Turner ' s passing and the receiving of Blomquist and Gibson provided the most spectacular plays for State, but there wasn ' t a better man on the field than freshman fullback Leslie " Footsie " Palmer. Palmer played halfback on defense and turned in an excellent job, stopping everything that came his way and intercepting three passes at very dark moments. STATE 6 VIRGINIA TECH 14 With four of their hardest games behind them, the Wolfpack entered the game expecting a well needed breather; but a Virginia Tech team that would not settle for anything less than a victory, gave the boys in red and white a surprising 14-6 defeat to knock them from the select class of the undefeated. Entering the game under adverse conditions the ' Pack was due a letdown, but the Tech team of Virginia deserved to win as they outplayed State. The Gobblers stole State ' s usual thunder, spirit and pass completions, to score the upset victory. And the fine Tech line just wouldn ' t let the running attack of the Wolfpack get underway. The Gobblers scored first in the second period on a long pass from the State 34 to Ransome on the goal line. State scored in the third quarter when George Blomquist in- tercepted a Tech pass on the Virginia 45 and raced the distance to the goal. The game clinching score for the Gobblers came in the early minutes of the final stanza when Ettner broke through to block Ogden Smith ' s punt and recover it on the one. Two plays later Beard circled his right end for the final touchdown. Fletcher gets six for the ' Pack. Three times it looked like the Wolfpack would come back to win, only to lose the ball on downs inside the Tech 25. Ogden Smith and Howard Turner stood out in the State backfield. Leslie Palmer did a fine job of doing the punting for State. The ' Pack line leaders were Blomquist, Gibson, and Taylor Moser. STATE 49 VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE 7 The Wolfpack, toppled from the unbeaten ranks a week before by Virginia Tech, snarled and snapped as it vented its wrath on Virginia Military Institute by burying the Cadets under a 49-7 score. The blood-thirsty ' Pack spent a good bit of the first period getting warmed up to the task, but shortly before the quarter whistle blew, it found its stride and thereafter was huffing and puffing at the VMI touchdown portals most of the afternoon. George Allen, 200-pound junior, started the ball rolling late in the first quarter by reeling off a 51 -yard boot to VMI ' s 16. On the first play, the ball was fumbled and Curt Ramsey pounced on it for State on the Cadet 1 1 . Three plays later, Allen hit the line from TOM GOULD BOB BOWLBY BILL STANTON Bos COURTS the one-inch stripe for the initial score, and thereafter it was a walk-away for the ' Pack. In all, State tallied seven times, with Allen carrying for three of the six-pointers. Howard " Touchdown " Turner didn ' t get into the contest until the second quarter, but took the leather over twice. Gwyn Fletcher, who was the State mainstay all afternoon, tallied once and George Blomquist scored once on a pass from Turner. Jim Byler and his edu- cated toe accounted for all seven extra points from placement. Turner turned in two long runs for more added excitement. The first was a 43-yard jaunt which set up the third score, while the other was pass interception return of 60 yards for a touchdown. Gibson, Ramsey, and Phillips were stand- outs in the State forward wall, which looked classy from end to end. Allen, Fletcher, Rich- kus, and of course, Turner, were the backfield sparkplugs. STATE VANDERBILT 7 The Commodores of Vanderbilt handed State its second defeat of the season on a sunny afternoon in Nashville, Tenn. For the second time this year the Wolfpack ran up against a brick wall and was able to gain only 4 yards net against the impregnable defense thrown up by Vandy. Despite this advantage, the Commodores were able to score only once against the strong State line, this being a 20-yard run by Vandy ' s fast scatback, Jimmy Allen. The ' Pack threatened once in the second quart er after John Wagoner had recovered a Vandy fumble, but the drive bogged down on the Commodores ' 25. Paul Gibson, senior BARNEY WATTS HOWARD TURNER JOHN WAGONER FOOTSIE PALMER PAUL GIBSON GWYN FLETCHER . JEORGE BLOMQUIST FRED WAGONER CHARLIE RICHKUS HARLOE SHEETS FRED MILLER BILLY SMITH OSCAR BOZEMAI end, played heads-up ball all afternoon in the State line, while Hiram Sykes, center, and guards Barney Watts and Bill Manning offered steady performances. STATE 27 UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 7 State ' s scrappy pack of Wolves took advantage of almost everything that came their way to roll over the University of Virginia, fresh from a startling upset of Prince- ton the week before, before 18,000 well-pleased homecoming fans in Riddick Stadium. Guests of the Wolfpack for the occasion were the members of State ' s strong team of 1927. Late in the first quarter, Dick Johnson re- covered a Cavalier fumble on the 3-yard line to set up the first score for the ' Pack. But the line held and Virginia took over and punted out. Turner carried the punt to the 31. On the next play Bozeman reeled off 19 yards to the 12; then Johnson carried to the 3 where Fletcher scored standing up. After another long drive in the second quarter, Palmer bucked over guard from the 3 to score again. The third score came on an eleven yard pass from Richkus to Blomquist on the 5, where Big George bulled his way on over. In the third quarter, Virginia came to life and scored after a sustained drive of seventy odd yards. Early in the fourth period, the ' Pack struck back for its final tally. Alert tackle Taylor Moser hit Duda with a hard slashing tackle on the Cavalier 3 and caused him to fumble the ball. Moser also recovered the fumble, on the 4-yard line. Howard Turner dived over from there for the last touchdown of the game. Moser, who was all over the field, by far was the leader in the Big Red line, with strong sup- port from Barney Watts and Paul Gibson. Turner and Gwyn Fletcher, who sparked the club all during the game, were the backfield leaders. Bob Bowlby again turned in a dependable game at blocking back, as he has been doing all season. STATE 37 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 6 Journeying down to the land of the sun in Tampa, Florida, State ' s powerful Wolfpack unleashed a torrent of touchdownitis to overcome the Touchdown Turner gels another one. GEORGE ALLEN WINSTON NAUGLER plucky but outclassed Florida ' Gators 37-6. The Big Red took advantage of every break and made few of its own, scoring in every period. State ' s attack was paced by four fleet tailbacks, with Howard Turner and Gwyn Fletcher carrying the brunt of the show. It was the same alert and potent Wolfpack line, however, that throttled the ' Gators ' attack and contributed heavily to State ' s scoring. Left end Al Phillips started the ' Pack ' s touchdown flurry when he blocked Gilmartin ' s punt early in the game, scooped up the ball and dashed 30 yards for a touchdown. Other State scoring sallies were made by Paul Gibson, who nailed a long pass from Turner only a step away from the end zone; and by tailbacks Ogden Smith, Charlie Richkus, and Fletcher. End George Blomquist contributed a third period safety when he broke through to snare Gilmartin behind the goal line. Jim Byler, kicking specialist, had a perfect day on five conversions. STATE 28 MARYLAND 7 Looking forward to a bid to the second annual ' Gator Bowl game in Jacksonville, Fla. on New Year ' s Day, the Wolfpack walked over a hot and cold Maryland eleven before 16,000 fans in Riddick Stadium in the final game of the season, as the main attraction of Dad ' s Day. Fathers of the team sat on the sidelines as guests of the school. The hard running of " Footsie " Palmer, Howard Turner, and Harloe Sheets featured for State as the Wolfpack, ever quick to seize upon an opportunity, took advantage of an intercepted pass in Maryland territory in the first quarter to score its first touchdown. After working their. way down to the five-yard line on five plays from the 33, the ' Pack scored when Turner ran wide to his right and scored standing up. State ' s second touchdown was set up on an- other pass interception. On the State 42 Turner batted the Old Liner pass into the air; Palmer then grabbed the ball and lateraled to 24-karat guard Barney Watts, who raced to the Maryland 21 before he was nailed from behind. Watts played quarterback in high school and showed that he could still run that ball as he picked up 36 yards on the play. A few plays later, Turner again cracked over from the 5 to build the score to 14-0. At this point, Coach Feathers sent in his second and third strings. Later in the quarter, Mont of the Terps, received a high pass from center on fourth down and State took over on the Liners ' 20. Charlie Richkus passed to George Blomquist on the 1, and on the next play Richkus ploughed over for the third score. State ' s final tally came in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter. After the ball had been worked down to the 4 on some nifty running by Harloe Sheets and a pass to Paul Gibson, Turner bucked over for the third time. Jim Byler, the shotgun point kicker, toed all four extra points from conversion to amass the amazing total for the season of 25 out of 3 1 attempts. State rooters had only one blotch on an otherwise perfect afternoon. That was the sight of Big John Wagoner sitting on the sidelines in " civies " after hurting his leg in practice. The loss of John for the game and possibly the ' Gator Bowl was a hard blow to the ' Pack. Wagoner had turned in some fine playing all sea son at guard. GORDON GOODMAN HAROLD SANDERS DICK PEACOCK DUSTY " DOSTANKO BURNETT OGDEN SMITH DICK JOHNSON HIRAM SYKES JIM REES plater, At fa in the ' (ami " I four .Ik s " after ft the is some W PEJCOCE 9 V TAYLOR MOSER BOB DURANT TOM JOYCE BURT DRESSLER This touchdown beat Dook. NORTH STANf GATE NO. 1- SEC. ROW SE,v 20 i , it ' NORTH STANDS GATE NO. 14 NEW YEAR ' S OA JANUARY lit. 1947 2:00 P.M. ' GATOR BOWL JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA January 1, 1947 N. C. STATE 13 UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA 34 The Wolfpack from State completed their football season by journeying to Jacksonville, Fla., for their first Bowl Game the " Gator Bowl. Playing a much heavier team from the University of Okla- homa, the ' Pack lost out to the Sooners 34-13. Despite the top-heavy score it was a hard-fought battle all the way and the 22,000 ' Gator Bowl spectators were on their feet cheering from the first few moments of the game, when Oklahoma drove for a touchdown and State followed suit quickly after, until the final whistle. State ' s first score came in the first quarter after the Sooners had scored. From around his 42, Turner shot a pass to Al Phillips. Six against Virginia. Phillips caught the ball on the 10 and galloped over for the touch- down. The Wolfpack ' s second and final score came as the second half opened. Turner took the kickoff on the goal line and ran it back to the 33. Palmer made it a first down on the 45. Turner passed to Gibson for 12 yards and Bozeman gained 15 to the Sooners ' 30. Palmer made 10, Bozeman 2, and then Palmer crashed to the 15. Turner then took the ball to the 8-yard line and Palmer scored from there on an off -tackle rush. State had three other scoring chances but could not push through the big Oklahoma line. A large State College cheering section was at the game, along with the Red Coat Band. BOO; BASKETBALL Leo talks things over with " Butter " and " Casey, " BASKETBALL Dickey gets two against Duke. Little was known at the beginning of the season what brand of ball the Red Terrors would play. Not only was the team composed mostly of freshmen, but also head coach Everett N. Case and assistant coach Carl Anderson were launching their first year at N. C. State. The State team is the tallest in the history of the school, averaging over six foot two, but observers said that it was the greenest team ever to represent the school on the hardwood. The biggest task facing Case and Ander- son was to teach the State boys a uniform system of play. Unlike previous seasons, the nucleus of the team were the freshmen who are essentially mid-westernersDick Dickey, Warren Cartier, Jack McComas, Charles Stine to mention a few. Only two lettermen made the first team Lewis Hartzog, who saw action before Christmas, and Captain Leo Katkavek. The team was rightfully dubbed the " Flaming Freshmen. " To have been so pessimistic, Case ' s twenty-eight game schedule, including the midwestern tour, was certainly optimistic. Before the first game, the Terrors had de- cided to use a system of the modified fast break utilizing their tremendous height under the basket. On December 3, the Terrors opened their season by easily trouncing the Cherry Point Marines with a 63-33 victory. It was easy to see that Case had one of the smoothest and fastest clubs ever to represent State al- though it was not a well-knit team yet. Dick Dickey sparked the Terrors to their initial triumph with able help from Warren Cartier and Ed Bartels. In the game with the McCrary Eagles on December 5, again Dickey was high scorer with Cartier bidding for second honors again. State was showing the South- ern Conference just what they had to entangle with after Christmas. The score with the McCrary Eagles was 59-50. The return game with the Cherry Point Marines was a startling upset. The Marines used a tight zone defense, a defense that seemed to baffle them at times. The Terrors proved that the Cherry Point Marines had pulled an upset by the con- vincing 75-40 trouncing they handed out the veteran Hanes Hosiery Club. Again Dickey was high scorer with 18 points. Case said that the boys were moving the ball off the backboard and breaking nicely. While the students were home enjoying the Christinas holidays, Coach Case and a ten-man squad left for a midwestern trip th at pitted the Red Terrors against six oppo- nents that represent some of the top-ranking basketball squads of the nation. The Terrors flew from Washington to Indianapolis where they met Tulane University. The Terrors were back home in Indiana. The Terrors defeated Tulane 54 to 44. Pete Negley lead the Terrors ' scoring with 18 points. Cartier was second with 12. Case singled out Leo Katkavek, the only letterman on the squad now, as being " brilliant " on defense and the floor leader. State outlasted Anderson College to win 68-65 in spite of the 30 points chalked up by lohnny Wilson, Anderson ' s high scoring negro center. With one minute left and the score 64-65, Katkavek hit on a free throw. Norman Sloan hit a field goal and Dickey hit on a free throw. The Terrors had their Christmas vacation then but they met again in Shelby, December 27, to play Franklin College. This was " Jack McComas Night. " Jack was playing in his home town. The Terrors chalked up their third straight victory in Indiana with a 69-50 decision. Dickey chalked up 24 points with Katkavek getting 12 for second place scoring honors for the Terrors. The Terrors were shooting for a second victory on the Coliseum at Indianapolis and they got it by defeating Holy Cross 58-42. Holy Cross started out playing hard and had the Terrors baffled but Dickey and Negley found the range. Dickey was again high scorer with 17 points. Continuing their brilliant ball playing, the next nioht the Red Terrors drubbed Akron University O ' 53-40. They moved on to Washington to play Georgetown and won their ninth victory in ten games. Coach Case ' s boys made a clean sweep of all the games on their midwestern tour. Dickey and MANAGER BOB LEVIN I DICK DICKEY JACK McCoMAS CAPT. LEO KATKAVEK NORM SLOAN r k EDDIE BARTELS Carrier led the Terrors scoring with 13 points each in the 52-41 victory. Georgetown made a scrap of it for the first ten minutes but the Terrors led the way from then until the final whistle. Arriving in Raleigh after their most successful trip through the mid- west, the Red Terrors began launching what later turned out to be State College ' s most victorious basketball season. In a return match with Hanes Hosiery, the Terrors displayed signs of being tired from their recent tour and were upset 47-44. Journeying to Charlotte, the Red Terrors bounced back from their upset by Hanes Hosiery to defeat the Davidson Wildcats 53-48. Pete Negley was the pacer of the State attack, ripping the basket for 24 points. Dickey came through with eleven points. The next night, State ' s Red Terrors went on a high scoring spree and posted a 86-54 victory over Clemson. State ' s superb floor game, coupled with a close defense, outclassed the Tigers when the Terrors went ahead at the four minute point. Charles Stine, playing his best game, dropped in 22 points. Ed Bartels took runner-up honors with 15 points. Back at home, the " Casemen " played host to a return game with the Tigers of Clemson. This time State played a much closer defensive game and easily won 69-21. Stine and Bartels were high scorers with 12 points each. In the important Southern Conference tilt with Duke, the Red Terrors suffered their first loss within the loop 60-53. With a crowd of 8,500 on hand, the Blue Devils rolled up a 31-19 halftime score. During the last half, the State quint staged a gallant comeback out- scoring the Devils 34-29, but it wasn ' t enough to overcome the big Duke lead. Many State supporters who witnessed the game left with these words: " Just wait ' til we play ' em at home just wait! " Determined to swing back in the victory column, the State boys next played the invading Deacons of Wake Forest on our home court. During the first half each team played an even brand of ball, but gathering our forces after the intermission the Terrors roared to a 65-48 decision. " Big Ed " Bartels showed superb marksmanship as he bom- barded the nets for 24 points. Stine collected 15 with Negley getting 11. Encountering Furman in Frank Thompson Gymnasium, the Red Terrors chalked up their fifth conference win by a score of 53-33. After a shaky start, State rallied to lead at halftime 31-18. Leo Katkavek, recently elected team captain, continued to set the pace as floor leader playing the entire game. Leo and Charlie Stine led the scoring with 12 points each. Two baskets by Dickey, and one each by Katkavek and Bartels gave the Red Terrors a 48-46 victory over Carolina in an overtime contest which ended at 40 all in the regulation game. The thriller, played before 5,500 students at Woollen Gymnasium, was close throughout the entire game. Red-headed Dick Dickey, who played a whale of a ball game, paced the Terrors with 16 points. Pete Negley bagging 13 points, and Katkavek ' s exhibiting brilliant ball handling, were also standouts. The Terrors ' standing in the Conference was now six victories against one loss. Before another packed house, at Frank Thompson Gym, State ' s Red Terrors posted their seventh conference win by turning back a scrappy William and Mary five, 45-33. The State charges did not play their usual brand of ball, as the squad exhibited poor passing and wild shooting the play of Captain Leo Katkavek being the best of the evening. Also, Jack McComas exhibited some fast and fancy shoot- ing. D In an important intersectional game, State ' s Red Terrors turned in one of the school ' s outstanding basketball victories by downing the highly-rated New York University Violets, 47-43, before an excited crowd of 5,000 students. Tied at 19-19 at half, State went ahead to win the ball game, because they were more aggressive under the back- boards. Leo Katkavek once again went the route for the Terrors and played his customary brilliant game on defense. Cartier also went the route, and contributed 12 points. Dickey provided the main spark which enabled State to come from behind and post the victory. Bartels with 13 points and McComas with 8 points were vital factors in the victory also. The Terrors traveled down to Greenville to trim the Furman Paladins 71-51 in a southern conference victory. State completely controlled the backboard for 30 minutes. Negley was the point leader with 19 points followed by Bartels who rang up 13. He did it I saw him! State got their ninth loop win by walloping the Citadel in Raleigh 75-35. Dickey scored 18 points McComas got 17. Katkavek, once more, went the route for the Terrors and turned in his usual steady game. Wake Forest ' s Demon Deacons scored an upset on State ' s Red Terrors by defeating them 44-39. The Deacons used a tight zone defense which bewi ldered the boys from State. Sloan turned in the best game for the Terrors and led the scoring with 12 points. Carolina sent the remains of the Duke Blue Devils over to the Terror ' s Den to see how we liked " Devil " meat. The Terrors chalked up the highest point total to be scored against the Blue Devils in years. The final score was 83-57. Jack McComas with 18 points was a streak of lightning and he set the pace for his mates Dickey and Negley, who played their best game of the season. Dick and Pete were the leaders of the offense with 22 points each. Leo Katkavek was his brilliant self on defense and big Ed Bartels turned in one of his better games. To put it mildly, the Terrors were red hot. They took over the Conference lead by defeating Duke. The Terrors met Davidson ' s Wildcats next and preserved their record of not losing a home game by winning 65-56. Captain Leo Katkavek was high scorer for the Terrors by bagging 16 points. Dickey chipped in 14 and Negley added 12. The game to decide the Southern Conference winner the Carolina-State game was cancelled by Fire Chief Butts, as there were too many people in the gym or so he said. There has been a lot of speculation about the game, and a great many people will always wonder what the outcome would have been. But State came out first in the Southern Conference standing, and entered the tournament in Durham, March 6, as strong favorites. In the first round State ' s Red Terrors met the Old Liners of Maryland, and although State was definitely not at their best, they defeated Coach Shipley ' s quint 55-43. Pete Negley and Ed Bartels with 16 points each were the pace setters. Captain Leo Katka- vek was the floor and defensive leader as usual. Playing against George Washington in the semi-final round, State College proved to the fans that they were quite a ball team. The speedy Terrors advanced to the finals by rolling up a 70-47 victory over the Colonials. Pete Negley again high scorer with 21 points and Dick Dickey with 15 more, were the scoring leaders. Katkavek and Bartels did a wonderful job of controlling the backboard, and Jack McComas, executing the major portion of the ball handling on the fast break, played a brilliant floor game. Norman Sloan, Charlie Stine, and Warren Cartier were invaluable as substitutes. For that matter, Harold Snow and Bob Hahn did just fine, too. Thus State entered the finals along with Carolina, winner in their bracket. This was the game that everyone wanted to see. Coach Case started McComas and Dickey at forward, Bartels at center, and Negley and Katkavek at guard. The Phantoms took an early lead and at one time had a 13-point advantage, but Case ' s quint put on the pressure and at half time had narrowed the lead to four points with the Tar Heels leading 31-27. It was a marvelous display of fighting spirit, and a great comeback. At the 9:20 mark in the second half Pete Negley, the leading scorer of the Tourna- PETE NEGLEY CHARLES STINE WARREN CARTIER BOB HAHN HAROLD SNOW w B l HB M AlcCotnas got 18 that night. Leo up in the air. nicnt, made a field ooal to send the Terrors ahead 40-39. From o then on the Casemen stayed ahead. Final score, State 50, Carolina 48. Negley was the scoring star for State with 18 points. Bartels, ever the cool rugged performer under the basket, tallied 14 points. Cartier ripped the nets for 10 points. On the United Press 1947 Southern Conference All-Tournament Team, State placed Dickey, Negley, and Katkavek on the first team; and Bartels and McComas on the second team. On the Associated Press All-Tournament team Dickey and Negley made the first team and Katkavek and Bartels made the second team. But, if the State College Students were to choose the teams, we feel sure our ten players would compose the first and second teams. The AGROMECK Staff commends the student body and the cheer- leaders for such ardent support to the Red Terrors. Also high com- mendation to Bob Levin, student manager, for his helpfulness to Coach Case and the team during the season. By becoming Southern Conference Champions State College earned the right to play in the National Invitation basketball tournament to be held in Madison Square Garden. As we go to press, State is seeded No. 4 and will play St. John ' s University in the first round. Flash! State just defeated St. John ' s 61-55. Jittery at first, the Terrors were trailing only two points 29-27 at the half. Hahn was the surprise factor in the victory. Not only did he drop in nine points, but he also completely tied up St. John ' s big center. Negley lead the scoring with 12 points, while Bartels and Dickey dropped in 10 each. Cartier got nine, Leo six, and McComas five. Thus Coach Case has produced a team which has advanced to the national semi-finals, where they meet Kentucky, the top team in the country. Now we simply must go to press, but win or lose these boys have done wonderfully well and we at State are darn proud of them. Front row. Assistant Coach Anderson, Stine, Katkavek, Dickey, Sloan, McComas, Coach Case. Back row. Cartier, Bartels, Hahn, Negley, Snow. BASEBALL , ' First row: Hege, Nesbitt, Utley, Coach Sorrell, Capt. Wilson, Evans, Richkus. Second row. Ramsey, Johnson, Kohler, Gardner, Owens, Doak, Barksdale, Courts. Third tow. Mewhorne, Stanton, Gibson, Edwards, Manager Jordan, Manager Barnhill. STATE ON THE DIAMOND ' 46 COACH Vic SORRELL The North Carolina State College baseball season under the expert guidance of Coach Vic Sorrell was one of the most successful seasons ever completed in the realm of sport here at State. Everything was new and untried last Spring. The baseball destinies were to be in the hands of Coach Vic Sorrell, former Wake Forest pitching ace and former member of the Detroit Tiger pitching staff. Most of the boys were returning veterans and their abilities were virtually unknown. On March 2 a squad of forty candidates reported to Coach Sorrell for the first practice session of the baseball season. After looking the boys over, he remarked noncommittally that he thought State would have a fair team. As it finally turned out State did have a " fair " team; fair enough to emerge as Big Four Champions. Of the forty men who turned out for the first practice, only Jimmy Wilson, Paul Gibson, Bill Evans, and Bill Stanton were holdovers from the previous year. The old wartime Ration League was disbanded and the name was changed to the Big Four. The travel restrictions imposed by the war were lifted and Wake Forest returned to the fold, while the Pre Flight team of Carolina dropped out of the picture. Carolina won the league championship in 1943-45, while Pre Flight was on top in 1944. The post-war season promised to be one of the best ever, with some of the veterans beginning to return and all Southern Conference teams in action once more. The opening game of the season produced the largest crowd to witness a baseball game in many years. The Red Terrors dropped a 3-1 decision to Michigan State at Doak Field. The Techs looked very good however in spite of the loss and showed great promise of becoming one of the leading contenders in the Big Four League. The Techs collected seven hits while the Spartans were held to three, and the local nine made one error as compared to two misplays on the part of the Michigan boys. The State infield was composed of Bill Stanton at first, Stan Kohler at second, Charlie Richkus at short, and Hank Utley at third. Jimmy Wilson, one of the leading batters in last years ' Ration League was in center field, while Hal Owens patrolled right field. R. S. Rogers who like Owens was a fresh- man was at the left field spot. Next the Ohio University Bobcats invaded the State College lair and were on the wrong end of a 12-2 score when hostilities ended. The Techs finally located its missing hitting power and connected for twelve safeties. The Bobcats collected only four hits from pitcher Curt Ramsey. The Terrors exploded for a six run splurge in the third inning as Stan Kohler and Curt Ramsey each connected for long homers. At an exhibition game State met the Burlington Bees and were defeated in a very tight ball game 7-6. The Terrors looked as good as the pros as they collected 13 hits and six runs to lead 6-3 going into the last inning. The Bees tagged Johnson for 5 hits and a base on balls to push across the winning run. In the following game State met and defeated Wake Forest 4-3 behind Curt Ramsey ' s masterful pitching. This was to be the first of a series of four defeats to the Black and Gold of Wake Forest at the hands of the Red Terrors. The State College Red Terrors dropped their first loss of the regular season to the Duke Blue Devils. The final score was 11-0. Lefty Lee Griffeth, Duke ' s ace moundsman, held the Techs to four hits, while the Dukes collected 13 safe blows from CHARLIE RICHKUS pitchers Gibson and Wilson. Duke took an early lead as they connected in the second inning to score three runs. In the fourth frame the Dukes tallied two more runs on one hit, two walks, and an error. This was the Techs ' first loss in Big Four Play. On Easter Monday State met Wake Forest for the second time before a holiday crowd of 3200 fans. State took an early lead and ended up with a 6-3 victory over the Demon Deacons. The win was the seond victory of the season in league play for Coach Sorrell ' s team. Curt Ramsey allowed only six hits and was complete master of the game, allowing himself to get in but one hole. He then proceeded to strike out two men with the bases loaded and end the inning. The State men scored two runs in the sixth and PAUL GIBSON CURT RAMSEY one each in the seventh and eight innings after Bill Stanton lifted one over the field fence with none on earlier in the game. Ramsey fanned seven of the nine batters to face him as the Deacs were kept guessing all afternoon by the big right- hander. State ' s next game and victory was over Davidson. The final tally was 12-3 in a free scoring game. Jimmy Wilson, first string outfielder, was State ' s moundsman for the first six innings, giving up only one hit. Stanton led the Terrors ' hitting attack by knocking out four solid blows. Still smarting from the 11-0 defeat handed them by the Blue Devils in a previous game, State met Duke on Doak Field and had their revenge by a score of 5-3, thus taking over undisputed possession of first place in both the Big Four and Southern Conference standings. Big Curt Ramsey hurled the Red Terrors to the 5-3 win before 2,500 fans. The Terrors pounded Lefty Lee Griffeth for all five runs, knocking him out of the box in the eighth inning. State opened the scoring in the second inning when Ramsey singled to drive in a run. Duke tied it up in the sixth, but State took the lead again with another run in their half of the inning. State ' s big scoring drive came in the seventh inning when they broke up the ball game with three more runs. Continuing on its winning way State handed the Tar Heels of Carolina a 5-0 whipping behind the two hit pitching of Ernest Johnson, freshman righthander. This was the third win in league play for the hard hitting Techs while they had but one loss. Carolina had the reputation of having the hottest pitchers in the league and started one of their mainstays against the Techs. The Terrors responded by collecting twelve safeties off the offerings of Vincent DiLorenzo. Johnson was the star of the day as he pitched his first complete game of the season and kept the Carolina team in the hole throughout the entire game. Johnson helped win his own game by driving in a run on his single. Richkus and Edwards were best at the plate for the Techs, each of them connecting for three hits. Behind the masterful pitching of Big Curt Ramsey, State defeated the Tar Heels at Chapel Hill by a score of 4-1. By pitching the Terrors to their second victory over Carolina, the husky West Virginian became the first pitcher in the Big Four to defeat the other three teams in the league. State col- lected eight well-bunched hits to score four times. Ramsey struck out twelve men and allowed only two walks. Scoring their sixth win in Big Four play, the Red Terrors trimmed Carolina for the third time in as many games behind the pitching of Ernie Johnson. The final score was 6-4. The Terrors scored two runs in the first inning on two walks and two singles. State added two more in the third inning, but Carolina tied the game up in the sixth. Jimmy Wilson broke up the game with a booming double with two men on base. Evans swears }ie was safe. After the series with Carolina, State met again with its traditional rival Wake Forest and Big Curt Ramsey, the leading pitcher in the Big Four, won his fifth game of the season by blanking the Deasons 1-0. Ramsey pitched one of his best performances of the season in order to gain the victory; the Techs could garner only one run off the two Wake Forest pitchers. The lone run of the game came in the third inning when Utley scored from third on a wild pitch. Back from its victory over Wake Forest, State bumped smack into a stone wall in the form of the Duke Blue Devils who handed the Terrors their second loss in Big Four Competition by a score of 2-0. Lefty Griffith limited Coach Sorrell ' s boys to one hit, a single by Pinky Gardener in the first inning. This was the second time Griffith shut out the Techs this season. Ernie Johnson who went the limit for the Terrors was in trouble most of the time. He scattered the Duke hits effec- tively until the eighth inning when Duke scored the only runs of the game. In their final game with Wake Forest State had to score three runs in the eighth inning to pull this one out of the fire, and in so doing they defeated Wake Forest 6-4. Ernie Johnson turned in his third win of the season as he scattered seven safeties throughout the contest. Jimmy Wilson led the batting parade by hitting four for five and driving in three runs. One of the longest and most exciting baseball games ever seen at Devereaux Meadow was the 18 inning thriller that State lost to Carolina. The final score was 8-5. Curt Ramsey went sixteen innings for the Terrors, finally being replaced by Ernie Johnson who was charged with the loss. The game was played under protest over an umpire ' s decision. The protest was withdrawn after State won the Big Four title, thus giving Carolina the victory. In the final game of the season State ' s Red Terrors won their first baseball title since 1928 by defeating Duke 4-3 before 4000 fans at Devereaux Meadows. The game was filled with Bill Stanton just knocked a homer. thrills perhaps the most exciting of which came in the ninth inning when with the score 4-3, Carlyle Groom doubled to left field and went to third on Vann ' s grounder. This brought DiAlonzo up. After working the count to 2 and 2 Ramsey curved one over the outside corner for the third out and the ball game. Captain Jimmie gets a double. Yo tell ' em Catfish! Kohler comes in. State Duke Wake Forest Carolina . FINAL BIG FOUR STANDINGS Won Lost Percentage 9 3 750 ..6 4 600 4 8 333 .3 7 300 BILL STANTON Curt toddles to first. ; MAGILL, DAVIS, ADAMS TRACK, 1946 The first pre-war track team of N. C. State under the direction of coach Tom Hines ended its season with a five hundred average. The State team meet four Southern Conference foes and participated in the Southern Conference outdoor track meet. The State squad had one returned veteran " Mike " Andrews; the rest of the squad was untried. In the first meet the State cindermen lost to South Carolina by a score of 85 1 3 to 40 2 3. " Mike " Andrews came thru with 15 points, first in the shot and discus, and second in the 100 and 220 yard dash. Chambers, a new man to the State squad, turned in a good performance by scoring first in the 100. Next the State cindermen took on the Davidson " Wildcats " at Davidson and suffered their second defeat. The standout performer in this meet was Charles Chambers who scored 13 points, first in the 220 and first in the low hurdles, and second in the 100. Andrews of State placed first in the shot and discus and third in the 100. State back on their home grounds entertained the Clemson " Tigers " by a score of 69 2 3 to 56 1 3. The CO-CAPTAIN MIKE ANDREWS PAYNE, SHUFORD, RASBURY, BODENHEIMER Tom Garrison up in the air. big gun for State was Chambers again by scoring 18 points, he scored firsts in the 220, low hurdles, high hurdles, and second in the hundred. Andrews scored two firsts in the shot and the discus. State swept the two miles with Adams, Mclntyre, and Davis. In the broad jump Whitehurst took a first and Jim Barber took second for the State squad. Every man on the squad came through in this meet and they served notice to their next opponent. Barney Watt heaves the stick. The " Demon Deacons " of Wake Forest visited the State track and went down to defeat 78 to 48. In this meet Charlie Chambers served notice to his opponents in the Southern Conference meet to look out, against Wake Forest he scored 20 points by taking four firsts in the 100, 220, low hurdles, and high hurdles. In the 440 State made a clean sweep with Rasbury first, Boden- heimer second, and Naugler third. Bob Durant took a first in the discus and second in the shot while " Mike " Andrews took first in the shot and second in the discus. In the two mile we placed first and second respectively with Mclntyre first and Adams second. Watts placed first in the javelin. State sent a squad to the Southern Conference meet at Chapel Hill and Chambers placed third in the 220 after taking a bad spill in the high hurdles. In the low hurdles he placed fourth. " Mike " Andrews took a fourth in the shot put and State ' s relay team placed fourth. With the season over State is looking forward to next year with all of its men returning. Chambers and Andrews were elected co-captains of the team. Bob Durant strains. First row. Watts, Barber, Andrews, Chambers, Shuford, Stewart, Rattelade. Second row. Levin, Manager; Hines, Rasbury, Bodenheimer, Durant, Mclntyre. Third row. Smith, Assistant Manager; Whitehurst, Payne, Magill, Adams, Davis, Coach Tom Hincs. First row: Parnag, Wagoner, Troxlcr, Blalock, Rickard, Musser, Edwards, Fisher. Second row. Warren, Macgrath, Lewis, Peeler, Recs, Bullock, Coach Crawford. ova i recoiil Sbt cessfa mail of!?- la sow starts maW tinuet HUB Popli Tl Situii JiiuB it we Don ' Lee, Eta pinnir Mai o(C won wards. del faoor Tie WRESTLING After a wartime lay-off of several years, the sport of wrestling returned to the North Carolina State College campus with a bang! The newly formed wrestling team under the able guidance of Coach Al Crawford, former A. A. U. champion, started the 1947 season slowly, losing to a very powerful Navy squad at Annapolis. On the return trip from Annapolis, the Techs handed the Maryland Old Liners a 21-11 shellacking. Jim Edwards in the 175-pound division and big Fred Wagoner were the " big guns " in this win. For Wagoner this made two straight, as he was the only man to win from Navy. January 25 saw the State boys lose to a very potent bunch of grapplers from Appalachian, where, ironically enough, Crawford was a star performer for several years. State ' s hopes for garnering the Southern Conference wrestling crown received a severe blow on February 1, as Coach Al Crawford ' s scrappy, but inexperienced grapplers finally bowed to the superior " know how " of our arch rivals, Carolina. A crowd of nearly three thousand witnessed this exciting contest at Frank Thompson Gymnasium. Carolina ' s Tar Heels got off to a flying start, winning four of the first five matches; but the State grapplers in the heavier brackets came back strongly, scoring two quick falls. Wagoner turned in another stellar performance, pinning John Stoioff in the short time of one minute and two seconds. Jimmy Edwards, who did an excellent job in the 175-pound division, pinned Bill Kemp after a minute and thirty- five seconds. For crowd appeal, the night ' s best match had State ' s Don Troxler facing Oscar Gupton in the 165-pound class. Gupton finally managed to win by a very close margin after Troxler seemed to tire. In a Southern Conference meet held at Raleigh on February 7, the Techs scored a convincing 21-9 triumph over the previously undefeated Washington and Lee Generals. Don Troxler came back from last week ' s defeat to score a quick fall over Metzel. Wagoner won his fifth straight match by a fall and J. B. Edwards won his fourth straight victory. Ben Lewis of State scored the only other fall of the night. February 14 saw Virginia Military Institute ' s powerful mat team, rated as tops in the conference, come to Raleigh and win a very close contest, 17-14. Although the State wrestling team lost to V. M. I., three of State ' s heavier wrestlers came through with victories. These three were Troxler in the 165-pound division, Jim Edwards 175-pounds, and Fred Wagoner, heavyweight. The fast improving wrestling squad did their part in contributing to that memorable Tuesday, February 18, by defeating the Duke matmen by the impressive score of 26-10. The State Grapplers failed to win in only two divisions while winning four matches by falls. Jack Ratts, Carlton Blalock and as usual Troxler, Edwards, and Wagoner led the way to the victory. Wagoner was not up to his usual form as it took FRED WAGONER him fully four minutes to gain a fall. Big Jim Edwards gained a fall over his opponent in 56 seconds of the first period, which is close to a record. Shortly after defeating Duke, the State matmen left on a very suc- cessful invasion of Virginia. They met the University of Virginia mat- men on Friday night at Charlottesville and defeated them by a score of 17-13. In the meet with Virginia, the State grapplers seemed to experience some difficulty in getting started, but Carlton Blalock, 136-pounder, started State ' s comeback with a decision over Kootz. After that, the matmen managed to win 5 out of the last 6 bouts. Jimmy Edwards con- tinued to keep his string of consecutive victories intact, winning over Hunze by a decision. Other State wrestlers who gained victories were: Poplin, Troxler, and Rees. The hard working " Red Maulers " continued their red hot pace on Saturday by soundly trouncing Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 17-9. Jim Rees, heavyweight, who replaced Fred Wagoner on this trip, made it two straight against Virginia foes, gaining a decision over Adams. Don Troxler, who began his winning streak against Washington and Lee, continued his victorious march by decisioning Oliver. Jimmy Edwards, State ' s co-captain, racked up his eighth straight victory by pinning Callum in 1:50 of the second period. March 1 saw Davidson ' s Wildcats take a terrific beating at the hands of Coach Al Crawford ' s grapplers, 28-6. The State grapplers lost only two matches out of eight and won three by falls. The men scoring falls were Blalock, Lewis, and Poplin. Crawford ' s two undefeated grapplers, in conference competition, Fred Wagoner and Jimmy Ed- wards, kept their records intact. Edwards won by a decision over Alex- ander and Wagoner won by a forfeit. They must have read about Fred ' s ferocity! The match with Davidson was the last regular season contest for the State wrestling team. The win over the Wildcats gave Crawford ' s men a record of 6 wins against 2 losses in conference competition. The State Mat Team holds victories over Duke, V. P. I., Virginia, Washington and Lee, Maryland, and Davidson. The two losses came, at the hands of Carolina and V. M. I., the league leaders, by a very close margin. March 7 saw State ' s " Red Maulers " travel to Lexington, Virginia, to participate in the first post-war Southern Conference Wrestling Tournament which was being held at Virginia Military Institute. State was represented in all classes except the 155-pound division. Coach Al Crawford ' s squad consisted of Bill Rickard, Ben Lewis, John Poplin, Don Troxler, J. B. Edwards, and big Fred Wagoner. The semi-finals ended in this manner: Rickard was decisioned by Thompson of Carolina in the 121-pound class. Blalock put up a terrific battle before he was finally downed by Carolina ' s co-captain, Dick Hearn, by the very close score of 8-7. Ben Lewis, 145 pounds, lost to Stieff of Washington and Lee in a close decision. John Poplin, also in the 145-pound class, was decisioned by the tournament champ in the semi-finals, but he came back and defeated Long of Davidson in the consolation matches. Don Troxler, 165 pounds, defeated Gupton of Carolina, by whom he had been defeated earlier in the season. He went on to defat Gor- mann in the finals and win the championship in his division. J. B. Edwards won by a decision over Crome in the 175-pound division and Wagoner pinned his V. M. I. opponent in the heavyweight class in the semi-finals. The finals ended this way. Edwards decisioned Marcheck of Mary- land. Wagoner was surprised by Hooper of Carolina who won a close decision. Carolina won the tournament with 29 points and State and V. M. I. tied for second place with 20 points each. This has been a very successful season for the State College wrestling team. Overcoming such handicaps as lack of training time and " green " material, Coach Al Crawford built a team that won second place in the conference. This is indeed a fine record for his first year here at State, but next year the crown might well be won by State College. Left to right, first row: Rickard, Tack Ratts, Joe Warren, Carlton Blalock. Second row. Ben Lewis, Max Warren, Don Troxler, J. B. Edwards. 1947 SWIMMING State College ' s 1947 swimming team, tu- tored by youthful Coach Willis Casey, is reputed to have been the best ever to rep- resent the school. Casey chalked up a rec- ord of eight consecutive dual meet victories, in addition to the Carolinas AAU champion- shin in his first year at State. The tank team was littered with stars, but Bill Kelly turned in an iron-man perform- ance throughout the season. Kelly won the 200 yard breast stroke race in each meet, set new pool records at State, Clemson and Emory, cracked his own Southern Confer- ence record, won several first places in the free style races, posted three individual first places plus tours with two winning relay outfits in the Carolinas AAU, and swam with an undefeated 400-vard relay unit. Kelly was termed by Casey as " the greatest swimmer in the country, " and Casey predicts that Kelly has great possibilities as a future Olvmpic star. The Red and White tankmen opened the season with a 48-27 victory over Virginia, and then pulled one of the major upsets of the year by defeating Georgia Tech, 45-30. On a trip into the Southeast, State dumped Clemson, 51-24, swamped Georgia, 57-18, and ended the tour by turning back Emory, 52-23, just one week after the Emorv swimmers had won the championship in the Southeastern AAU meet. Finishing out the dual meet schedule, State sank VPI, 51-24, murdered BILL WARD YMI. tnal Cas Op kiston clinch andti [orCa Emon A i ihrouj crew them AAU Caj SMIJ BillV setne Souili CAPTAIN " HARPO " REYNOLDS VMI, 47-28, and barely edged Duke, 38-37, in the season ' s final. Casey ' s charge took over the crown in the 10th Annual Open Carolinas AAU meet. It was the first time in the history of the event that Carolina ' s Blue Dolphins failed to clinch the water carnival. State won seven of nine first places and tied with VMI for the eighth. Norman Sper led the divers for Carolina ' s lone first place. State had 74 points, Carolina 60 l 2, Emory 17, VMI 16, and Duke trailed, with 4 1 2. A meet between State and Carolina failed to materialize through a misunderstanding about a postponement. Casey ' s crew was plagued by injuries to such an extent that he was forced to asked the Dolphins to postpone the meet, and did not take his weakened outfit to Chapel Hill because he thought the meet would be held the following week. Carolina officials appeared to be ignorant of the arrangements and claimed a forfeit. Nevertheless, State ' s domination of first places in the AAU meet served as a moral victory over the Dolphins. Captain Bob Reynolds was the only senior on the squad. He swam with both relays outfits. A 400-yard crew of Reynolds, Bill Ward, Bill Kelly, and Bill Despres was undefeated. The 300-yard medley trio of Bill Nufer, Kelly, and Reynolds was also unbeaten. Reynolds ' 220-yard Southern Conference mark of 2:20.8, which was set in 1939, held through another season. Bill Ward was State ' s outstanding free style specialist. He set new pool records at Clemson and State and bettered the S outhern Conference mark in the 50-yard dash. Ward was plagued by an old knee injury toward the end of the season and missed the 100-yard record, which he had been expected to try to crack. Bill Despres, former AAU champion, was the leading back- stroker on the squad, followed closely by Nufer. Nufer handled the backstroke duties in the medley relay and Despres swam the 150. Despres also swam the 220 ana usually alternated at either the 440 or with the 400 relay. Understudy to Kelly in the breaststroke races was Bill Ritchie. Two very promising freshmen who swam in various free style races were Gorman Gold and Bill Smith. Both men are ex- pected to develop into first rate sprinters. Divers of no mean ability were State ' s two freshman Harry Cramer and Tinker Heyward. One of the two took first place in each of State ' s dual meets. Under the tutoring of Casey, each improved greatly during the season. In the Annual Southern Conference swimming meet, State collected 47 points and finished in second place behind Caro- lina ' s Blue Dolphins. The Dolphins has 21 swimmers entered in the two-day event, compared to 10 of Casey ' s mermen. Bill Kelly was the individual high scorer, with 14 points. He won the 200 meter freestyle, the 100-meter freestyle, and placed fourth in the 200-meter breaststroke. Ward captured the 50- yard freestyle for State ' s other first place. Carolina ' s strong diving department was a great aid in its victory. In one year at State, Casey produced a tank outfit unde- feated in dual meets that succeeded in setting five new records for 25-yard pools in the Southern Conference and has attained national prominence in the realm of tank teams. Top row: Coach Casey, Kelly, Parker, Ritchie, Sherrill, Patton, Nufer. Middle row. Andrews, Heyward, Despres, Johnson, Reynolds, Gold, Ward. Bottom row: Temkin, Whecker, Lail, Smith, Morris, Thorne. l 1. Practicing a little. 2. 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Automatic Phonographs PHONOGRAPHS ON RENTAL AND COMMISSION BASIS Operators of AMI AUTOMATIC HOSTESS Music 420 South McDowell St. RALEIGH, N. C. Dial 3-3785 " Something New Added to Raleigh " CLUB BON AIR Soda Fountain Grill OPEN 10:00 A. M. 12:00 P. M. For the Convenience of the Students REASONABLE PRICES Near the Campus Opposite Pullen Park ELIMENTARY, MY DEAR WATSON! Here ' s a problem for you, Watson. What living cost has DECREASED while nearly all other costs have gon right on rising? Are there any clues. Holmes? My dear Watson, the answer Is at your fingertip. What else gives you three times as much for your money as It did 20 years ago? What else is ready day or night, winter or summer, to lighten your tasks and make life more comfortable for you? What else gives you so much service for just a few pennies a day? What else, my dear Watson, but Electric Service? Tes. Holmes but WHODUNIT? Elementary, my dear Watson. Electric service dependable and cheap Is the result of hard work and experience on the part of the men and women of your electric company under sound business management. (CAROLINA POWER LIGHT COMPANY) [345] For Happy Motoring STOP AT MORRISSETTE ESSO SERVICE r iUVATOUIl - sso SIGN IMMi NEAR THE CAMPUS ' Our Care Saves Wear Phone 9241 ROBERT E. YANCEY AGENCY 300 Raleigh Bldg. Loan Bldg. INSURANCE AND BONDS Of All Kinds Phone 4251 R. G. YANCEY, Owner Best Wishes for Your Future Success WEATHERMAN JEWELERS Watches Diamonds Jewelry EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING 1904 HILLSBORO ST. TOP in the county corn contest or in your corn crib plant WY ATI ' S adapted hybrids. [346] RING SPINNING AND TWISTER TRAVELERS Oldest and Largest Manufacturer of Travelers in the United States NATIONAL RING TRAVELER CO. PAWTUCKET, R. I. CHARLOTTE, N. C. PHILIP C. WENTWORTH, Treasurer SOUTHERN OFFICE AND DISTRIBUTING DEPOT 131 West First Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. L. EVERETT TAYLOR, Southern Agent SOUTHERN REPRESENTATIVES FRANK S. BEACHAM _ .Charlotte, N. C. J. KENNETH SUMNER _ .Charlotte, N. C. HAROLD B. ASKEW . ....P. 0. Box 221, Griffin, Ga. Compliments NATIONAL CHAIR MANUFACTURING CORP. Discriminating Women Prefer: Manufactured by McCRARY HOSIERY MILLS, Inc. ASHEBORO, N. G. RANDOLPH MILLS, INC. FRANKLINVILLE, N. C. Manufacturers of EXCELSIOR POULTRY, DAIRY AND HOG FEEDS [347] NOURISHES AS IT REFRESHES PINE STATE ICE CREAM THE PICK-UPlHAT NEVER l1S YOU DOWN Pine State Creamery Co. 2-3911 PHONES 6605 Visit Our Plant Corner Glenwood and Tucker Streets BOYLAN-PEARCE Raleigh ' s Shopping Center Compliments of MM H. KLEIN, Inc. FACTORS 1441 BROADWAY NEW YORK, N. Y. GOOD PLAGES TO START Wool Carding and Spinning departments are good places to begin modernization, be- cause here . . . DAVIS FURBER equipment offers quick results with a com- paratively small investment. Plan improve- ments NOW. DAVIS FURBER NORTH ANDOVER, MASS. Textile Machinery Cards, Card Clothing, Spinning Machinery, Pickers, Dusters, Nappers, etc. Specialists in woolen and worsted machinery. [348] J-AtuL ttnd. Company, NORTH CAROLINA ' S LEADING PRODUCE DEALER A Complete Line of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in and out of season RALEIGH, N. G. GUY L. HONEYCUTT, President [349] 285 Madison Avenue 224 W. Second St. Charlotte, N. I . 200 Grosvenor Hide.. Providence 1, R. I. 250 Van Horn St., Toronto. Canada New York 17, N. Y. Offices in other Principal United States Cities. Laboratories at New York, Charlotte, Providence, Chicago. A TEXTILE STARCH FOR EVERY TEXTILE PURPOSE 81 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY Our high quality sizing, printing and finishing materials include: COTTON WARP SIZING Velveen XX . . . Hawk 50 ... SH 40 . . . 96R Thin boiling corn starches. Silver Medal Corn Starch Thick boiling. Hallmark Potato Starch Tapioca Flour FILAMENT ACETATE and VISCOSE WARP SIZING Cetasize High loom efficiency, clear running, easily prepared and removed. Raygomm 92 Excellent starch base size for viscose warps. SPUN RAYON WARP SIZING W Gum D and K2W Gum Efficient alternates for tapioca gums. Amasize Especially effective on high percentage wool blends. ACE Gum Spunacol Potato Starch WORSTED WARP SIZING Amasize High efficiency penetrants. Spunacol Potato Starch requires no softeners or PRINTING KAC4 and B2 This combination for vat prints gives high color yield. Silver Medal Corn Starch, Best Wheat Starch, Tapioca Flour Used alone or with gums for rapidogen, di- rect and basic color printing. White Paste No. 4 For white resist printing and white overprints. Sho-Pal For pigment printing and pigment dyeing in water dispersions. Hallmark Locust Bean Gum For salt color printing. Gum Karaya Gum Tragacanth Gum Arabic Ground Irish Moss FINISHING Silver Medal Corn Starch Hallmark Potato Starch Best Brand Wheat Starch Tapioca Flour Dextrines RTC Gum For sanforizing and weighting. RTF Gum For laundry resistant finishes. Cetosol SF For starchless finishes. Gum Arabic CARPET BACK SIZING Sago Flour . . . Tufflex FELT SIZING Sago Flour . . . 33W Gum . . . Distex D Various other high grade materials to meet specific needs. Our laboratories and field staff of textile technicians are ready to help you solve your sizing, printing and finishing problems. [350] SAY . ROYAL BAKING COMPANY RALEIGH, N. G. You can buy bigger DIAMONDS But You cant buy better DIAMONDS LAND ' S Raleigh ' s Leading Credit Jewelers 137 FAYETTEVILLE ST. DIAL 2-3751 Efird Manufacturing Company ALBEMARLE, N. C. QUALITY YARNS CARDED 10 ' s to 26 ' s Single Cones-Tubes COMBED 30 ' s to 60 ' s Single and Ply Cones Warps Tubes [351] ASBESTOS TEXTILE PRODUCTS UN FVL US ASBESTOS ROVING ASBESTOS YARNS ASBESTOS CORD ASBESTOS THREAD ASBESTOS WICK ASBESTOS ROPE WIRE WIPING CORD AND WICK ASBESTOS CLOTH ASBESTOS CLOTH (HERRINGBONES) ASBESTOS TREATED CLOTH ASBESTOS DUST BAGS ASBESTOS TAPE OIL BURNER WICKING BRAIDED AND WOVEN TUBING OUTHERN ASBESTOS CO CHARLOTTE 1, NORTH CAROLINA mil WEAR AMERICAN GENTLEMAN SHOES They Look Better, Wear Better and Give Lasting Comfort AMERICA ' S BEST MADE BY Craddock-Terry Shoe Corp. LYNCHBURG, VA. W. H. King Drug Company s Wholesale and Manufacturing Druggists RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA [352] KNITTING MACHINERY for FULL FASHION SEAMLESS HOSIERY UNDERWEAR OUTERWEAR MILLS A Complete Line of Dyeing Finishing Equipment The Most Modern Best-Known Lines of New Machinery The Best Used And Rebuilt Equipment Unconditionally Guaranteed CHARLOTTE, N. C. 508 W. 5th St. Phone 4-5546 120 Liberty Street New York, N. Y. TO c c i tj : " .h 0) Q. W i M rn o ' (0 o to m+i as PAPER CARRIERS [353] Compliments of A. B. CARTER, Inc. Operating MILL DEVICES CO. GASTONIA, N. G. CARTER TRAVELER CO. GASTONIA, N. G. CARTER MILLS LlNCOLNTON, N. C. [354] DURHAM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office RALEIGH, N. G. f DEPARTMENT STORl RALEIGH, N. G. " A Good Place to Shop For Those Who Like to Save Money ' HOOD TIRES EDISON BATTERIES HAWKINSON TIRE TREADING TROJAN SALES COMPANY 3811 HILLSBORO STREET PHONE 3-3904 RALEIGH, N. C. Compliments CARLTON YARN MILLS INCORPORATED CHERRYVILLE, N. G. [355] STARCHES For All Textile Purposes QUALITY UNIFORMITY SERVICE- Clinton Industries, Inc. CLINTON, IOWA Compliments of AMERICAN ENRA CORPORATION Manufacturers of RAYON YARNS ENKA, N. G. Congratulations to the Graduating Class ! and Wishing you every success in your career. [RICAK YARN and PROCESSING COMPANY Spinners and Processors MOUNT HOLLY, NORTH CAROLINA [356] 1 Pasteurized Dairy Products COBLE DAIRY PRODUCTS, Incorporated HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON, N. G. Don ' t Waste Time Looking For A Better Butter Than the Sweet Cream Butter Produced by COBLE DAIRY PRODUCTS, INC. [357] The Sign of QUALITY FARM SUPPLIES and OPEN FORMULA FEEDS - PER TILIZER S - SEEDS FARMERS COOPERATIVE EXCHANGE RALEIGH, N. C. 39 PCX SERVICE STORES IN THE CAROLINAS CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE SALES and SERVICE WILSON UZZLE, Inc. Dial 4474 421 Fayetteville St. RALEIGH, N. G. (ponJtL ICUL Authorized SALES SERVICE Dial 2-3766 Conn-Gower Pontiac Company 310-312 S. Salisbury St. RALEIGH, N. G. [358] Women who " know their knitting " " If it ' s Hanes, it ' s knit for long wear ' 1C HANES FIG-LEAF BRIEF is one example of Hanes experience in knitting fine underwear that gives extra wear. Exclusive construction provides gentle athletic support. Conveniently placed fly. Combine with a highly absorbent Hanes Undershirt for warm- weather comfort. HANES TAILORED SHORTS are cut to lull size no skimping of cloth. The seat is roomy, the legs the right length for proper fit. Shown here with a Hanes Sport Shirt which doubles as a " Navy-style " undershirt. THE HANES FIG-LEAF SUIT is designed in one piece to give athletic support and waistline comfort. Ask your dealer to fit you in your correct trunk size measured iron shoulder through crotch and back again. P. H. Hanes Knit- ting Company, Winston- Salem, North Carolina. -the National Underu ear [359] To The Class of ' 47 SUCCESS! The friendships the joys the cares of the days at State will long be remembered. In many instances the friendships formed during the four years will be life-long. We hope that among the many pleasant memories of your State College days will be the Student Supply Store which has served State students for over a quarter of a century. Wherever you go, whatever you do, our best wishes are with you always. L. L. IVEY, Manager STUDENT SUPPLY STORE N " On The Campus [360] Division of MARSHALL FIELD COMPANY, INC. (formerly known as Marshall Field Company, Inc., Manufacturing Division) SPRAY, ill. C. WOOLEN MILL RAYON MILL FINISHING MILL EMBROIDERED BEDSPREAD MILL BLEACHERY 1.1 % KNVII.I I . - C. WOVEN BEDSPREAD MILL RUG MILL DRAPER, HI. C. BLANKET MILL SHEETING MILL i ii i i i i:, VA. TOW EL MILL HOSIERY MILL ZION, ILL. CURTAIN AND TABLECLOTH MILL WHOLESALE ONLY THEBEST MILLS Co. IS NOW APPROACHING ITS 30th SUCCESSFUL YEAR OF SERVING AMERICA ' S THOUSANDS OF RETAIL STORES. YOUR NEW " CHECKOUT " LADIES SWEATER, SWIM SUIT AND SPORTS- WEAR STYLES ARE HERE MAKE IT A POINT TO COME UP AND SEE THEM SOON AWAITING THE PLEASURE OF GREETING YOU, WE REMAIN At Your Service THEBEST MILLS COMPANY 1372 BROADWAY, NEW YORK 18, N. Y. ?TMC REMEMBER . . . Wherever you go we are as near to you as a 3c stamp. We are proud of the fact that hundreds of State men continue to buy clothing from us long after they have graduated. Write to us anytime, we will gladly send samples. From now on it ' s up to you ! HUNEYCUTT, INC " COLLEGE OUTFITTER " [361] Life Insurance Dollars Are Always Safe START A RETIREMENT PLAN With FRED DIXON, ' 32 (A State College Man) " Honestly, Its the Best Policy " Atlantic Life Insurance Co. 207-9-11 Security Bank Bldg. Dial 8866 RALEIGH, N. C. Home Office RICHMOND, VA. Will You Receive A Commission? Whether you will become an Officer in the Army, Navy or Marine Corps, you can rely on Reed ' s for your uniform requirements. This 120-year-old Uniform House has been outfitting Officers in every branch of the service with uniforms of superior quality at moderate prices. As an Officer you deserve the best in uni- forms and equipment and the BEST is what you will get at Reed ' s. It ' s Right at Reed ' s Write for Catalog and Quotations JACOB REED ' S SONS 1424 Chestnut St. PHILADELPHIA, PA. AN OPEN SECRET ABOUT S W KNITTING MACHINES There is no secret about Scott Williams ' leadership for eighty-one years as a manu- facturer of c ircular knitting machines. However, the reason for this leadership may not be so generally known a program of continuous research to improve present machines and develop new ones. A recent and gratifying result of this pol- icy is the " DANCING TWINS " Seam-free nylon hosiery machine. Other improvements and advances in de- sign are pending and will be announced. ESTABLISHED 1865 SCOTT 6- WILLIAMS INCORPORATED Empire State Building, New York I, N. Y. " This is the Scott Williams Machine Age " [362] MOJUD HOSIERY CO Incorporated Manufacturers of Ladies ' Full-Fashioned Stockings GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA MOJUD H O ' S I R Y SALES OFFICES 385 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY THE MERCHANDISE MART, CHICAGO BRANCH MILLS : GREENSBORO, N. C. WILMINGTON, N. C. DECATUR, ALA. LONG ISLAND, N. Y. MOJUD Full-Fashion Stockings [363] Promoting quality and economy of operation in hundreds of America ' s finest mills VACUUM CARD STRIPPING SYSTEM YARN DYEING SYSTEMS WEAVER ' S KNOTTERS FRED H. WHITE, GEN. MGR., SOUTHERN OFFICE, JOHNSTON BLDG., CHARLOTTE, N. C. ABINGTON TEXTILE MCHY. WKS. ABINGTON, MASS. Card Strippers Weavers ' Knotters ' Yarn Dyeing Systems THE NAME THAT SYMBOLIZES OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP IN FOR THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY STEEL HEDDLE MFG. Go. GREENVILLE, S. G. [364] WHITES ICE CREAM STEPHBNSON APPLIANCE COMPANY 225 S. Wilmington St. PHONE 3-4686 Frigidaire Refrigerators Bendix and Easy Washers Philco, R. G. A. and Zenith Radios FINANCIAL REPORT, 1947 AGROMEGK (As some folks think it is! ?!) RECEIPTS Organizations - $ 1.97 Fraternities 3.62 Sponsors 5,000.00 Donations froni Loving Friends Picture Fees 213,000.00 Advertising - 515,000.00 Hush Money from Editor of Wataugan 333.33 Total 733,338.92 EXPENSES Staff Blowout $ 3.00 Daniel and Riggan Studio .25 Observer Printing House 13.13 Lynchburg Engraving Company 9.99 Drinking Water @ $5 per quart 5,000.00 Bromo Seltzers for Staff 200.00 Business Manager ' s New 1947 Ford 1,347.00 Down Payment of Editor ' s Cadillac 1,347.00 Campaign Expenses of Editor and Business Manager 3,218.50 Bribe to Editor of Technician (Campus Wheels) 1,333.33 Total 12,472.20 Net Profit 720,866.72 Note: The Editor and Business Manager have retired to they recently bought on shares with Mr. Ivey. Audited by R. Jigaboo Thrower, (Officious Auditor 1947 St. Simon ' s Island, which AGROMECK). [365] Photographs In This Annual Were Made By (bani L 134 FAYETTEVILLE STREET RALEIGH, N. C. Largest College Annual Photographers in the South FINE PORTRAITS PROMPT SERVICE [366] LYNCHBURG ENGRAVED ANNUALS ARE BUILT UPON YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AS SPECIALISTS IN THE FIELD OF SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS IN successfully fulfilling the requirements of the modern College Annual Staff we have combined a comprehensive and systematic servicing program with that high standard of quality so essential in the production of fine yearbooks. Ly nchburg engraved annuals are built by an organization specializing on school annuals exclusively, thereby assuring each staff of the personal and intelligent assistance so necessary in the planning and designing of a truly satisfactory book. LYNCHBURG ENGRAVING COMPANY- LYNCHBURG VIRGINIA of (jfctt L- - II 7 JtL " it -


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