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It 1i» ' - ' . ■ » M- ' ' i •Vfc; ■ ■. ' ■■- " HRT ' r 1950 ' k aaa -a k QIljF BM. lill SItbrarg 5. ■ ' sst t A 21 Nov ' 58 n AP 3 I ' - S ' AS- L_. .- JkivMiJMXM " f • .1 ' . • ' ir.. %T • » ' i J ] 1 ! H 1 FEATURES The culmination of an entire year ' s work can be found here beneath the cover of this 1950 AGROMECK. We have endeavored to show a pictorial analysis of the many class, organizational, athletic, and other varied activities of the school year of 1949-50. Here in your book are the people that you have known — your close friends, your roommates, your fraternity brothers, your instructors, and many others. This AGROMECK has been compiled for the personal benefit of the individual student. Our sincere hope is that each of you will find it to be a storeplace of joyful memories. 109018 . ■Mi .% The Staff f he a " " To Dr. Frank H. Jeter— a wise counselor, a true friend, and an inspiration to all— this 1950 Agromeck is sincerely dedicated. His capable supervision of publications at Nt)rth Carolina State College has placed our school in the galaxv of leaders in college publications, fiis sterling qualities of manhood, his diliyent labor, and his love for State College have made him beloved by all members of the student body and faculty alike. D. H. HILL LIBRARY North Carolina State College COLLEGE Edited hy Charles G. Buie " M- ' i Bm rt ' 1 ' r:4 V- ?« ' M« « ■» " ! .. U », V - » m ■f-. . »J jr- ■•« « . I «ii r . L 6r» -- f il BJ» .-v ' • . V, ' % i : : ■■-i ' i COLLEGE flDmmiSTRRTIOn W. Kerr Scott Governor of North CaroVtmi William D. Carmichael, Jr. Acting President of the Consolidated University Controller of the Consolidated University Gordon Gray Secretary of the Arm] ' Preside nt-Elect of the Consolidated University John W. Harrelson Chancellor of North Carolina State College t f5» E. L. Cloyd, B.E., M.S. Dean of Sttidents W. Ned Wood, B.S., M.A. Assistant Dean of Students RDminiSTRRTIVE DERHS Director of Registration Assistant ContmUcr Director of Student Persounel Dr. W. . Anderson, A.B. M.A., Ph.D. V I ' ' Jn PP recia tlo n The staff of the 1950 Agromeck on behalf of the student bodv takes this opportunity to express our appre- ciation to Professor L. L. Vaughan upon his retirement from active faculty participation after 41 years of seryice. Professor Vaughan, until the day of his retirement, had been connected with State College since he entered as a freshman in 1902, with the exception of two years, 1909-191 1, during which he was at Columbia Uniyersity. He is an outstandino teacher and a man of broad under- o standing of the problems which faced him and the stu- dents with whom he worked at State College. As his teaching career has been brousht to a close, Professor Vauohan lono will be remembered as a belo ed instructor and ad iser who could teach his students by pointing to his own handiwork. Professor L. L. Vaughan, B.S., M.E. James J. Stewart, B.S., iM.A. LvLE B.. Rogers, A.B., M.S. The school year of 1949-50 marked the establishment of the Inter-Dormitory Council as one of the leading organiza- tions on the State College campus. The two men most directly responsible for the growth and development of the Council are James J. Stewart and Lyle B. Rosers. Mr. Stewart has done an outstanding job in bringing about the physical rehabilitation of the college domitories in co-operation with the IPC, while Mr. Rogers has served most effcc- ti el ' as a counselor in helping students to resolve some of their many problems. The genial personalities and willingness to be of service at all times of these two men have sained them the admiration o and respect of the student body for a job well done. ij mmHm rm r : FRCULTY council J. B. KiRKLAND Dean of School of Education C. B. Shulenberger Economics Department E. L. Cloyd Dean of Students R. J. Preston Director of Division of Forestry Z. P. Metcalf Dean of Graduate Division I. O. ScHAUB Director of Agriculture Extension C. H. BosTiAN Director of Instruction of School of Agriculture H. L. Kamphoefner • Dean of School of Design J. W. Harrelson Chancellor J. H. Lampe Dean of School of Engineering W. L. Mayer Director of Registration M. E. Campbell Dean of School of Textiles VV. E. Adams Director of Instruction of School of Engineering D. B. Anderson Botany J. H. Hilton Dean of School of Agriculture J. G. Vann Controller J. N. Shirley Dean of Basic Divisioti W. E. Shinn Textiles Not pictured: 1). E. Henderson, Engineering; R. N. Anderson, Director of Student Personnel. % VJli AGRICULTURE flRD FORESTRY Tremendous changes are taking place in American agriculture. New ideas, new techniques, and different farming patterns are all a part of this changing period. Ne ' er has there been a greater demand for men trained to master these new problems. The School oi Agriculture and Forestry is attuned to the training of men to meet these new responsibilities in the ' arious fields of agricultural sciences. Various curricula have been developed which will enable students to select the field of work in which they are most interested and best qualified to serve. DEPARTMENT HEADS Left to riglit: D. W. Colvard, An ' miaJ Industry; W. E. Colwell, Agrououiy; Gertrude M. Cox, Statistics; G. W. Forster, Agricultural Economics; R. S. Dearstyne, Poultry; M. E. Gardner, Horticulture; D. B. Anderson, Botany; G. W. Giles, Agricidtjiral Engineering; C. H. f amilton. Rural Sociology; Z. P. Metcalf, Zoology and Entomology; W. J. Peterson, Chemistry; R. J. Preston, Forestry; C. H. Bostian, Director of Instruction; R. W. Cummings, Director Experiment Station; |. A. Rigney, Experimental Statistics. J. H. Hilton, Dean CoLVAED Colwell Cox Forster Dearstyne Gardner Anderson Giles Hamilton Metcalf Peterson Preston Rignev I 1 NOWICKI Thurlow SCHOOL OF DESIOn DEPARTMENT HEADS Left to right: Mathevv Novvicki, Architcctun ' ; Edwin G. 1 liurlow, Landscape ArcJiitecture. Henry L. Kamphoefner, Dean The School of Design, ne vl formed in the summer of 1948, is de oted to the development of an organic and indioenous architecture and its accompanying landscape architecture and the related arts to meet the needs And conditions of the southern regions. As the onlv Department of Architecture in the most progressive State in the South and the onl Department of Landscape zArchitecture in the region, the ojiportuni- ties are unlimited for the School ' s graduates to contribute to the solution of problems in building design, planning and general construction. ■ l ' tB Brennecke Fisher Hanson Henderson SCHOENBORN Beck Rice Kriegel Smith Si IK Ki.v Van Note Adams Fadum SCHOOL OF EnGinEERinc DEPARTMENT HEADS Left to right: C. G. Brennecke, Electrical; H. A. Fisher, Mathe- vmtics; K. P. Hanson, Mechanical; D. E. Henderson, Industrial; E. M. Schoenborn, Chemical; C. K. Beck, Physics; R. B. Rice, Diesel; W. W. Kriegel, Ceramic; G. W. Smith, Engineering Mechanics; J. L. Stuckev, Geological; W. G. Van Note, Engineering Research; W. E. Adams, Director of Instruction; R. E. Fadum, Civil. 1 1. Lampe, Dean The School of Engineerina offers technical and enaineerino instruction to meet the needs of the people and industries of North Carolina. Attuned to the rapid industrial dexelopment in North Caro- lina, the School of Enoineering is an effective contributor through its modern educational program and research activities. In addition to its se ' en accredited undergraduate curricula, the School of Engineering also provides courses of stud leading to the Master, NIaster of Science, and Doctor of Philosophv degrees. These curricula and outstanding research department provide educational facilities for students who seek an- opportunity to be a part of the industrial and scientific growth of the State. bi SCHOOL OF TEXTILES With new iincl improved teehnology in the Textile Industry, there eomes ;i deni.uic! lor men with techniciil training to meet and sohe its problems. It is the ni.uii ohjeLiiNi ' ot the Sehool of Textiles to provide tiie training in Textiles which, coupletl with practical experience (ollowini; oraduaiion, equips Munii; men to assume pt)si- tions ol real responsibilitv in the industrv. T he lacilities ol the School are cxpandinu rapidh, as is evidenced b the addition ot two full equipped wings to the building. In line with the expanding building facilities have been the addition oF well-trained and experienced men to the teaching staff. Thus, we sincercK belie -e that the quality of training now being offered is on a 11.11 with the demands of the industry. iM.ALcoLiM Campbe ll, Dean FauM AsBILL Grover H.- RT Rutherford W lUTTIER SlIINN DUNL.AP BOGD.AX - r -k J f - 1 iiiw :;; ' scienci ' DEPARTMENT HEADS Top row. C. M. Asbill, Research Engineer; E. B. Grover, Yarn Manufacturing; T. R. i lart. Director of Instruction; I 1. A. Rutherford, Chemis- try and Dyeing. Bottom row: B. L. Whittier, Fabrics; W. E. Shinn, Knitting; G. EI. Dunlap, Technical Consultant; J. E. Bogdan, Research. ' T GRRDURTE DIVISIOD The funci;ior. of the Graduate Division is to provide graduate training in the sciences and technologies of agriculture engineering, textiles and vocational teacher training. Graduate students have the ad antages offered b ' the Agricultural Experiment Station, the Engi- neering Experiment Station, and the Research Laboratories of the Textile School, in addition to the regular laboratories used for in- s;ruction. Individually developed courses of stud ' lead to the degrees of Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy. Z. P. Metcalf, Dean DEPARTMENT HEADS Left to right: R. W. Cummings, Agricjihiire: D. J. Moffie, Psychology; G. W. Smith, Engineering Mechanics; W. E. Shinn, Textiles; E. M. Schoen- born, Chemical Engineering. Cummings Moffie Smith Shinn 5CHOENBORN SCHOOL OF EDUCflTIOn The SchodI i)t Hducation prin ides ihc prolcssion.il pic-cmploN ment training required for certification teachers of Mathematics and Science. X ' ocational Ai riculture, Industrial Arts, and Industrial Edu- cation. I he curriculum in each of these departments includes courses desiijned to ait! prospecti c teachers in acquirino an understandino of hiyh school pupils and in selecting and using acceptable teaching mcthoils. 1 he School also pro ides undergraduate training for rec- reation leaders in industrial and rinal areas. Programs are offered at the graduate lc el for those who wish to attain further professional de e]opmcnt in the fields of Agricultural Education, Industrial Arts. Industrial Education, Industrial Psvchol ogv. and Occupational and Informational Guidance. J. Bryant Kirkland, Dean DEPARTMENT HEADS Left to rig if: R. N. Anderson, Occupational Guidance; L. E. Cook, Agricjiltiire Education; Tom I. Hines, Industrial Education; I an Hosteller, hidiistrial Arts; L. B. Beres, Industrial Education; D. J. Moflfie, Psrchology. CflOtN ' A.NDEKSON Cook Hl.NtS HoSTETLER MoFFIE Beres Hartley Hicks Winston HiNKLE Miller MOEN GULLETTE Edsall BRSic Division DEPARTMENT HEADS Left to right: Dr. L. Hartley, English; Dr. W. N. Hicks, Ethics and Religion; Dr. S. R. Winston, Sociology; Dr. L. E. Hinkle, Modern Languages; J. F. Miller, Physical Education; Dr. R. O. Moen, Economics; Dr. G. A. Gullette, Social Studies; Dr. P. W. Edsall, History. I«HN VV. Shirley, Dean The Basic Di ' ision, comprising eight departments concerned with the humanities and social sciences, pro ides the opportun- ities in general education necessary for a well-rounded college program in the fields ot tcchnolog ' , education, and agriculture. Instruction is axailablc in the basic and ad ' anced courses in language, literature, and social sciences, and phx ' sical education. In co-operation with the various schools oF the college, the Di ' ision has planned its program for all students with the con- iction that familiarit ' with the humanities and social sciences must go hand in hand with thorough technical training to ]5ro ' ide the background for responsible citizenship and for intelligent leadership in communit ' and state. I i II F R C U L T Y I Abniluimscn. M. A Ag. Eco. Adams. V. E ME. .Mlison. |. I Bot.iny Allrod. F. J Mixl. Lan ;. .Vmmorman. J. P An. Ind. Andcrsim. D. B Botany Anderson, J. H Ag- E. Anderson. R. L Stat. Arbucklo. ' . S An. Ind. .Armstrong. L. O Ag. Ed. Arnold. D. S Chem. E. Asbill. C. M Tex. Aurand. L. V An. Ind. Halx-.H.k. W. F C.E. Bacliinger. P. T Tex. Baker. I. L English Baker. S. R Math. Ball. E Botany Ballenger. S. T Mod. Lang. B.inick. W. G Physics l)arham, W. S Hort. Barkalow. F. S Zool. Barkley. K. L Psych. Barnhardt. L. W Hist. Barrick. E. R An. Ind. Bartlev. A. J Eco. Bauerle. R. F English B aumgarten. W. L Design Beach Rex Hist. Beattv. K. O Chem. E. Beck, ' C. K Physics Bell, V. C Eng. Res. Berberich, R. S Eco. Beres, L. B Ind. Ed. Bethel, J. S Forestry Blalock, T. C An. Ind. Blalock, T. J Chem. Bliss, C. D Ind. F. Blow, W. L Poultry Blummcr. T. N An. Ind. Bogden. J. F Tex. Res. Bostian, C. H Ag. Bourne. J. G M.E. Bover. V. W C.E. Bramer. C. R C.E. Brandt. B. B Zool. Brantley. V. R Math. Brennccke, C E.E. Bridges, W. S M.E. Briggs, H. B M.E. Bright. R Chem. E. Bromberg, M Design Brookens, P. F Eco. Brown, C. M Hist. Brown. E. I C.E. Brown. E. J Physics Brown, T. C M.E. Brown, M. L Hist. Brown, T. T Poultry Buchler, W. J M.E. Buchanan, J. S An. Ind. Bullock, R.C Math. Caffey, M. D Psych. Campana. R. J Botanv Campbell. I. S E.E. Campbell. K. S Tex. Canady. E. J Math. Carroll. C. L Math. Carson. V. S E.E. Carter, R. M Forestry Caviness, H. L Chem. Cell, J. W Math. Chaflin. H. C Chem. E. Chalfant, ]. W Forestry Chapin. H. T C.E. Claflin, M. E Eng. Res. Clark, J. D English Clarkson, J. M Math. Clayton, C. N Botany Clayton, M. H Math. Cochran, F, D Hort. Cochran, W. G Stat. Cocke. R. P E.E. Coggin. J. K Ag. Ed. Coleman, B. L Tex. Collins, E. C Eco. Collins. H Soc. St. Colwell. V ' . E Agron. CoKard. D. W An. Ind. Conistock, R. E Stat. Conner, N. W Psych. Conyerse, W. E Eco. Cook, F. W Poultry Cook. L. E Ag. Ed . Cooke. H. C Math. Cooper. W. E Botany Cope, R. L I.E. Corter, H. M Psych. Costilow, R. M An. Ind. Cotton, W. P Ag. Ed. Cox, B. F Poultry Cox, E. L English Co.x, G. M Stat. Craig, F Poultry Crane. A Design Crawford. A Ind. Rec. Crawford, G, W Physics Crouch, R. L Eng. Res. Crumpton. J. P Math. CuKer, R. H C.E. Daniel, D. C Chem. Darby, A. K Physics Dayis, D. E Eng. Mech. Dayis, R. C Tex. Deas. J. E Eng. Res. Dearstvne. R. S Poultry DeGroat, E. B Phys. Ed. Dickenson, W. T E.E. Dickenson. M. B English Dickinson. S. L English Dillard, E. U An. Ind. Doak, C. G Phys. Ed. Doak, Mary E English Doak, H. A Eng. Doolittle. J. S M.E. Dunlap, G. H T ex. Eckels, A. R E.E. Edsall. P. W Hist. Ellis. D. E Botany English, M. L M.E. Estelle. W. E E.E. Eyers, ]. L Zool. Fadum, R. E C.E. Fails, E. A Eco. Farrell, J I.E. Feltner, C. E Eng- Mech. Feng. lyan Tex. Ferrall. J. K Chem. E. Finch, E. B Chem. E. Fisher, H. A Math. Fitzgibbon, J. W Design Fitzgibbon. M. C Design Fleming, M. K Ag. Eco. Forster, C. W Ag. Eco. Fountain, A. M English Fouraker. R. S E.E. Fox, W. B Botany Francis, J- G Hort. Freund, R. E Eco. Frye. R. E Eco. Fulton. B. B Zool. Funk. F. F C.E. Futrell, Edith Physics Gardner, E. C Eth. Rel. F R C U LT Y Gardner, M. E Hon. Garren, M. ] Math. Giles, G. W Ag. E. Glazoner, E. W Poultrv Glenn, K. B E.E. Godfrey, R- K Botany Goldston, E. F Agron. Goode, Lemuel An. Ind. Graves, W. J Math. Green, J. W Rur. Sue. Greenberg, B Stat. Greenburg, Ruth M Chem. Gregory, W. C Agron. Griffin, ' H. C English Grinnelle, C. D An. Ind. Griset, H. E C.E. Groach, D. S Zool. Grover, E. B Tex. Gullette, G. A Soc. St. Guy, A. C M.E. Hader, R. ] Stat. Haig, F. H An. Ind. Hall, R. B Mod. Lang. Hall, N Agron. Hall, W. C Eco. Hamby, D. S Tex. Hamilton, C. H Rur. Soc. Hanse, D. J Diesel Eng. Hanson, P M.E. Harding, R. M Stat. Harkema, R Zool. Harper, W. W Eng. Res. Harris, Anna M Math. Harris, M. W Physics Hart, C. D .I.E. Hart, T. R Tex. Hartley, L. C English Harvev, P. H Agron. Harvill, V. A Eng. Mech. Hawkins, R. E Soc. St. Hayes, A. C Tex. Hazelton, R. F Chem. E. Henderson, D. E I.E. Herbert, T. T Botany Herman, L. R E.E. Hicks, W. N Eth. Rcl. Hilton, J. T Tex. Hinkle, L. E Mod. Lang. Hines, T. I Ind. Rec. Hobbs, M. E I.E. Hoefer. E. C M.E. Hoermann, A. V Diesel Eng. Holt, E. L Geol. E. Hoodlev, G. B E.E. Hook, G. E Eng. Mech. Hostetler, E. H An. Ind. Hostetler, Ivan Ind. Arts Howell, E. L Ag. E. Hunt, R. T Physics Hunter, J. S Stat. Hussman. A. W . .Diesel E. Hyde, T. E M.E. Ingram, W. P Chem. James, H. B Ag. Eco. Jarvis, R An. Ind. Jeffries, R. J Eng. Res. Jenkins, C. C Soc. St. Jensen, J. H Botany Johnson, C. E Tex. Johnson, E. H Sociol. Johnson, E. S I.E. Johnson, J. C Psych. Jones, G. D Etoni. Jones, I. D Hort. Jordan, Mary Stat. Jordan, W. E Chem. Kaufman, C. M Forestry Keating, H Phys. Ed. Keller, W. M Forestry Kelman, A Botanv Kellv, I. W Poultry Keniield, J. F Phys. Ed. Kincheloe, H. G English Kingsbury, H. L C.E. Kingsbury, J. A. T Soc. St. Kirk, E. R Eng. Res. Kish, L. A M.E. Kite, W. H Diesel E. Kleker, E. G Ag- E. Klingman, C Agron. Knight, J. C Design Kolb, C. F Hist. Krantz, B. A Agron. Kriegel, W. W Cer. E. Kulash, W. M Zool. Ladu, A. I English Lambe, CM C.E. Lancaster, F. W Physics Larkins, L. C Eco. Lasater, R. C Eth. Rel. Lee, V. D Agron. Legates, J. E An. Ind. Ledbetter, T. B M.E. Lehman, S. G Botany Leitch, N. B English Leonard, P. B M.E. Levine, J Math. Lewis, C. F Math. Lewis, E. H M.E. Lewis, J. G Tex. Lewis, L. J E.E. Lewis, P Math. Linker, Mary Physics Little. C. H Math. Litchford, J. O C.E. Llewellyn, R. VV I.E. Loeppert, R. H Chem. Long, L. W Eng. Mech. Lott, W. L Chem. Lovvorn, R. L Agron. Lucas, B. L Chem. Lucas, H. L Stat. Lutz, J. F Agron. Lyons, J. A Eco. Lynn, J. T Physics NicArthur, C. S Eng. Res. McCoy, C. S Eth. Rel. McCraney, J Ag. E. McCulluugh, C. R C.E. Maclntyre. A. B E.E. McKeeman, C. A M.E. McKean, K Soc. St. McKinlev, G. E Geolog. Eng. McPherson, VV. W Ag. Eco. McVay, F. E Stat. Maddison, C. VV I.E. Maltbie, A Math. Mann, L. R C.E. Mann, T. J Agron. Manning, E. G E.E. Manning, H. E Eco. Marek, J. VV Chem. Marr, VV. S Rur. Soc. Marshall, R. P English Martin, L. R Ag. Eco. Martin, T. J M.E. Massey, P. R Hort. Matsumoto, George Design Maupin, A Eco. Mayo, S. C Soc. St. Meares, J. S Physics Mehlich, A Agron. Menius, A. C Physics Metcalf, Z. P Zool. F R C U L T Y .11 £«■ Agion. ■ " .Z»il MkIuI, p. 1 Ml " MuUiUi.M.. C;. W Eng. Mocli. Miclilloton. |. 1 Hth. Uol. Miller. E. L Clcl. E. Miller. J. F Pins. Ed. Miller. L. L 1ml. Ucc. Miller. W. D Forestry Mitclull. A Eng. Mccli. Mitchell. T. rS Zo(.l. Moelilniaii. 1. II Design Moen. W. 6. Eco. Moffie. D. J Psych. MonriK ' , R. J Stat. Moore. J. L An. Ind. Moose, P. E M.E. Morgan, J. V ' Chem. Morris. T. B Poultry Morrison, H. L Physics Morro y. E. B Hort. Moser. V. E Tex. Myers. F. ] Eng. Mech. Xash. T. L M.E. ahikian. H. M Math. Nelson. J. A I.E. Xelson. . L Agron. Nealc. W. M M.E. Nielson. L. W Botany Noblin. S. M Hist. Nolstad. A. R Math. N ' o yicki. M Design Xowicki. S Design iNusbaum. C. J Botany Nylund. F. A Ag. Ed. Oiiyer. G. M Chem. Olsen. Howard Psych. Osborne, J. C An. Ind. Paget. E. H English Park. H. V Math. Parks, W. R C.E. Parker. J. M Geol. Eng. Parker. R. L Tex. Parker. W. A Physics Patterson. J. R Physics Peach. Paul Stat. Pearsall. R. J E.E. Penny. M. M English Perry. G. P Phys. Ed. Peterson, D. M Math. Peterson, W. J Chem. Petrea. H. A Math. Phillco, C. H Eng. Res. Phillips, M. E Eng. Res. Pierce, j. C An. Ind. Pierce. VV. H Ag. Eco. Pike, F. P Chem. E. Pikner, V. A Eco. Plegov, W. D Eng. Res. Poland, G. W Mod. Lang. Pope. D. T Hort. Porter, J. A Tex. Porter, S. H Stat. Potter, J. C Chem. Preston. R. J Forestry Quay. T. L Zool. Rabb. K. D Hist. Ramev. R. L E.E. Rawls. H. D Sociol. Reid. W. A Chem. Rendall. G. O Hort. Reed. J. F Agron. Regar, A. V M.E. Rice. P. M Hist. Rice. R. B Diesel Riddick. E. I Mod. Lang. Rigney. J. A Stat. Ritcher. O Zool. Roberts, W. M An. Ind. Huhison, . .1 1 ' .th. A. Knliinson. C. C Chem. Riibiiison, II. F Stat. RcH:p, F. S ...M.E. Rulls. 1). 1 English Rulhcrl..nl. II. A Tex. RuHiK-i. I . II An. Ind. Hue, C. ' Cer. E. leiiy. E. I Geol. Eng. Teter. , . C Ag. E. Thomason. W. A Tex. Thompson. O. G Eco. Thompson, W. C Eco. Thurlovy. E. G Design Tillery, Doris Math. Tisdale. S. L Agron. Townes. H. K Zool. Trozler. R. T M.E. Truitt. R. VV M.E. Tuttle. E. M Eng. Res. Tuttle. M. A Cer. E. Tyler. V. E An. Ind. Llndcrwood. V Hort. Usry, S. II Ag. E. Uyan ik, M. E C.E. X ' anasse. N. A Hort. Vann. H. G Hort. Van Note. V. G Eng. Res. Walker, C Eco. Wallace. A. D English Wallace. M. E Eco. Wall. I. G Math. Waljcr. R. G English ' altner, A. W Physics Warren, F. G An. Ind. ' atson. G. C Math. V ' augh, E. W Design U ' augh, R. K An. Ind. Weayer, J. W Ag. E. Webb, G. N E.E. Weissman, W Design Wells, B. W Botany Westberg, W. C Psych. Westlake, C. R Ce . E. Wheeler, F. B I.E. A ' hichard, L. R English Whitfield, J. K M.E. hitford, L. A Botany White, R. C Chem ' . Whittier, B. L Tex. ' iebe. H. H Botany Wijdereld, H Design Willard. F. P E.E. Williams. H. P Math. Williams, I. L Ag. E. Williams, ]. A C.E. XV ' illiams. L. F Chem. Williams, N. W Poultry Williams. VV. L Chem. illiamson. R. B Eco. Wilson, H. H Eng. Res. Wilson. R. V ' Ag. E. Wilson. T. V Ag. E. Wilson, T. L English Wilkening, E. A Rur. Soc. Wing, M. W Zool. Winkler, E. W E.E. Winston, S Sociol. Winton, L. S Math. Wise, G. H An. Ind. Witherington, P Math. Wo(xI, T. W Eco. Woodhousc. V ' . W Agron. V ' oltz. W. G Agron. V ' ynn, W. K English Wynne, R. B English Wyman, L Forestry York, E. T Agron n. C. STRTE PROGRESS in THE mRKinc All around us are evidences of that intanoible some- thing called PROGRESS. Everywhere we look about this great campus of ours we can see reminders of the great strides which have been made and are being made dailv. State College has now entered the limeliaht that until a small number of years ago was shared by only a few select schools in the nation. LInder the skilled hands of its capable administration, the college has moved by leaps and bounds into its rightful capacity as educator, trainer, and cnlightener of its many and distinguished graduates. On these pages are concrete proofs of the fact that North Carolina State College is truly a place ot " progress in the making. " 4iii The Riddick Engineering Labora- tories Building is scheduled for com- pletion in June, 1950. The gigantic structure will house lecture rooms, offices, many laboratories, and research equipment for electronics, radio, radar, television, and other branches of engi- neering. Shown above is the William Neal Reynolds Coliseum, which was opened on December 2, 1949. This huge edifice is a tribute to the growth of State College and will fulfill a definite practical need on the campus. At the right is the architect ' s drawing of the Poultrv Science Building, which is under construc- tion at a location on Hillsboro Street directly east of the Textile School. When completed this build- ing will contain many special features that vi prove to be invaluable to undergraduate train in luied y • Tbt jif " PROGRESS I . [% CLASSES Edited hy E. Preston Andrews, 1h. D. H. HILL LIBRARY orth Carolina State College I I r HH ■ I i 1 ; . k rjl fe J L 1 ri w ' iit j pgMJH iW r Fl . I B IhI r ' r M-- m Graduate Students Ashcroft, Rulom T Hvde Park, Utah Austin, Hobart Lvon, AFP Kelt ' ord, N. C. Baird, Guv Baseler Newland, N. C. Baker, Wallace Stewart Crowville, La. Bangdiwala, Ish ' er Surchand Bombay, India Barber, Yates Middleton, Jr Moyock, N. C. Barnes, Edwin Wilmer Pinetops, N. C. Biseerstaff, Don Albert Bessemer, N. C. Bird, Charles Wells Cullowhee, N. C. Bogart, William Hawkins, Jr. . .Greensboro, N. C. Bovce, Steve Gaddv Ansonville, N. C. Brake, Norman Edward Glenwood, Iowa Branscomb, Charles Eugene, Winston-Salem, N. G. CahiU, Ben M., Jr., HK . Winston-Salem, N. C. Coble, Ralph Parker, Jr.. 2. E . .Greensboro, N. C. Conrad, Howard E ' erett Sanford, N. C. Pinker, Morris D., 2 E Akron, Colorado Galloway, Frasier Theron, 2n ....Hartford, Ala. Gilbert, Edward Birger Oslo, Norway Glcason, Robert Edward Sabina, Ohio Gunn, Lawrence Jennings Reidsville, N. C. 1 lanson, John A Boston, Mass. 1 line, Paul Eugene, Ai . .Winston-Salem, N. G. 1 lobbs, Milton Ernest Raleigh, N. C. I loPFman, John Ashby Norfolk, Va. Hook, Har ' ev Oliver Elon College, N. C. Houston, Robert Stroud, Jr., 2X . .Monroe, N. C. I lowden, Mrs. Anne Thompson . .Raleigh, N. C. Graduate Students I lull ' , Janu ' s Sanuioi West Alcxanclcr, Pa. 1 kiniplircvs, James Lcc . . . Jdlinsoii Cil , Icnn. I lunt, (ilcnn Davis, API ' Dallas, N. C. Hwanu, Kalhlccn Chano ...llonu Konu C ' hiiia Jackson, Ra iTiond Mark. ]r I liimell. i . Y. Tambulinc;am, Anicut Parthasaratln . .Madras, India Johnson, Willie ClifFord Richton, Miss. Jones, Gu - Langston Kinston, N. C. Kenx ' on, William Turner Raleigh, N. C. King, Da id Edward Wilmington, N. C. Kirkman, Worth Grecson, Pleasant Garden, N. C. Kotob, Zuheir Anwer Damascus, S ria Kraekenberger, Herman Francis . .Lewiston, Maine Long, Cah ' in Lee, KA Elizabeth Cit ' , N. C. Lo •eless, Howard Louis Frlona, Le.xas Marsh, Culpepper Paul Charlotte, N. C. Masley, Peter Michael Clifton, N. J. Mazumdar, Subash Veerprasad . . . .Bombav, India Meador, |ohn Tinslev, iX Union, S. C. Merritt. Robert Edward, IIKA, Mount Airv, N. C. Miller, Aha Cled Rodessa, La. Milton. Charles Rudolph . . . .Wilmington, N. C. Moreland, Donald Edwin, ATV . .Springfield, Mass. McDowell. Frank I loward, AV] ' . . . .Clyde, N. C. McGehee, Ralph Marshall Armor ' , Miss. Needham, Edward Radley, KT Drummondville, Quebec, Canada Nemazi, Mehdi Teheran, Iran Ortiz, Guillermo Buga, Valle, Colombia A j iiff tk Graduate Students Ovcring, Robert Edwin Raleigh, N. C. Pan, Heni - Cheng Hsing Canton, China Paisegyan, Berc Istepan Istanbul, Turkey Pokornv, Fred Ernest Istanbul, 1 urke Price, Edward Leo, Jr Sulli an s Island, S. C. Rabb, Robert Lamar Lenoir, N. C. Rabon, James Rov Winnabow, N. C. Rh ne, Claude L., Jr Amcricus, Ga. Roach, Henr ' Herman, Jr., nKA ..Durham, N. C. Santorum, Bruno Raleigh, N. C. Sasser, Joseph Neal Goldsboro, N. C. Shih, Er I lu Shanghai, China Shih, Wei Ling Shanghai. China Sills, Morris White Raleigh, N. C. Singh, Ganga Dipinder Patiala, India Skillman, Sherwood Oldwick, iN. J. Sledge, George Willard Nashville, N. C. Stinson, lohn Bruce Boonville, N. C. Sxmmes, Andrew Harriss . . . .Wilmington, N. C. Thigpen, Jonathan Isaac Avon Park, Fla. Tung, James T Shanghai, China Wall, 1 larold Blair Raleigh, N. C. Weil, I Ienr Antone Brooklvn, N. Y. Williams, Hugh Alexander, Jr., n, Spencer, N. C. ' illis, McKin Russell Salem, N. J. Wood, Hcnrv Nelson BiookKii, N. Y. Yarborough, Charles Erv ' in Caroleen, N. C. Young, Ralph Langdon Clavton, N. C. ,N.C THE SEfllOR CLRSS Avery C. Brock Warren L. Cariier President Vice-President [ HOMAs A. Wood Lloyd E. Tatem Secretary Treasurer John H. Abdallah Kinston, N. C. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society; Beaux Arts Society; Intramural Sports (3, 4); Dormitory Assistant (2, 3); Dormitory Building Manager (4). Harold Desmond Addison Bihmore, N. C. Tex. Synthetics HoYLE Brannock Adams, AXA Henderson ville, N. C. Agr. Economics Ag Club; Glee Club; Rifle Team; Future Farmers of America; Y.M.C.A.; Technician (1, 2), Associate Editor (3), Managing Editor (4); Interfrater- nitv Council (4, 5), Vice President (4); B.S. in Agricultural Education (4); Greater University Student Council (4, 5); Athletic Council; Campus Government President; Gold- en Chain. James William Aderholdt Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E.; Phi Eta Sigma; Com- panion of St. Patrick. William David Adams Raleigh, N. C. Tex. Weaving Designing Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau Sigma; Tompkins Textile Society; Technicittn CO. Eugene Morrison Adkins, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Tex. Met. Bill Joe Addison Reidsville, N. C. Architecture Beaux Arts Society (2, 3); Junior A.I.A. (3, 4); TecliniciuH (1, 2, 3, 4); Campus Government (3). Howard M ' elborn Alexander Murphy, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club. Jacob Lafayette Alexander Savannah, Ga. Geol. Engr. A.I.M.E.; Engineers ' Council (3). Tyrus C. Alexander Burlington, N. C. Forestry Xi Sigma Pi; Forestry Club. Charles Thomas Allen, Jr. New Bedford, Mass. Tex. Chem. Dyeing Joe Jenkins Allen Greenville, N. C. Textiles SEniOR CLASS [36] I n. C. STATE John Kiuby Allen Grcfiivillc, N. C. Chem. Engr. Lewis Meaekjws Allen, -N Raleigh. N. C. Cer. Engr. " I ' hirtv and Three; Thcla Tau; (ioldcn Chain (Iluntirarv Mcmhcr); American Ceramic S()ciel ' ; C " ampils Ciovernmenl (,2); President Enyineers ' Council (4), Vice President (O; Technician (2, 3); C ' hairman Junior- Senior Dance Comniiili ' c; Kniyht of St. Patrick (4). James Glenn Algood YadkinviUe, N. C. Animal Ind. Campus Cio% ' ernmcnt (2); Dormi- t(iry Assistant; Ag Club; Animal Industry Club. Lee Grant Allison Durham, N. C. Agr. Education Ag Club; F.F.A. Calvin Patterson Allvn Essex, N. C. Agr. Ecottomics Glenn Courad Almond Albemarle, N. C. Mech. Engr. Pi Tau Sigma: A.S.H.V.E.; A.S.M.E. Charles Isaac Aman Dunn, N. C. Gen. Engr. Al Amatruda New York, N. Y. Tex. Mgt. President Aquinas Club: Custodian Delta Kappa Phi. Charles Noel Anderson Macclesfield, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E.; I.R.E. Donald Clark Anderson Kenosha, Wis. Tex. Chem. Dyeing Y.Al.C.A. Cabinet; Sigma Pi Alpha; iMu Beta Psi; Delta Kappa Phi; Cadet Officers ' Association Secretary; Red Coat Band (1, 2, 3, 4); A.A.T.C.C; Tompkins Textile Societv; Berry Dorm X ' icePresident; Inter Dormitory Council Treasurer. Carl Franklin Andrews Greensboro, N. C. Arch. Engr. .American Institute of .Architects, Student Chapter (4); Beaux Arts Society (I, 2, 3), Vice-President (4); Department Honor Representatiye (1, 2). E. Preston Andrews, Jr., IIK. Charlotte, N. C. Jnd. Engr. Phi Eta Sigma (1, 2); Scabbard and Blade (2, 3, 4); Blue Key (3), V ice-President (4); Golden Chain Treasurer (4): OutstanJing R.O.T.C. Engineering Award (3); Assistant Business Manager .VoROMlicK (4); Cadet Officers ' Association (2, 3); Regiment Commander R.O.T.C. (3); C ' ampus Goyernment (2), Treasurer (3); Greater Uniyersily Student Council (3), ' ice Chairman (4); Chairman Freshman Orientation (4); S.A.M. (3. 4); S.I.E. (4). n. C. STATE George Henry Andrews High Point, N. C. Civil Engr. Theta Tau Outer Guard; A.S.C.E. Reporter; On the Lex ' el Reporter; Swimming Team iManager (1, 2, 3, 4); Monogram Club Program Di- rector. James Nielson Andrews Miami, Fla. Agr. BioL Cheni. Siuma Pi Alpha; Society of Agricul- tural Chemists President. James Victor Andrews, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Engr. Gen. Junius Jackson Andrews Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Engr. Heating Air Cond. Opt. A.S.M.E.; A.S.H.V.E. President; Fencing Team (3, 4). Phillip Edward Appleby Raleigh, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club. Kenneth McK. Armstrong Belmont, N. C. Elec. Engr. Mack Arthur Arnold Jr. 2AE Greenshoro. N. C. Engr. Gen. Southern Engineer Staff; Fraternity Secretary (2), Historian (3), Vice- President (4). Frederick Lee Atkinson Fayetteville, N. C. Civi! Engr. Mu Beta Psi; Drum Bugle Corps; A.S.C.E.; Beaux Arts Society; Glee Club; Track (1), Cross Country (3), Intramural Official (4). Tuck King Atkinson, -AE Wilmington, N. C. Mech. Eiigr. Heating Air Cond. Opt. Technician (4); A.S.M.E. (,2, 3). Secretary (4); A.S.H.V.E. George Joseph Atta Norfolk, Va. Exp. Statistics Warren E. Atwater, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Arch. Engr. Roy Broadus Avery Erwin, N. C. General Textiles ilSS% ' l x ' K il ' VCi il K 1 James Thomas Babcock W ' atertoxvn, N. Y. Civil Eiigr. I.R.C. Club: A.S.C.E.; Orchestra. Leon Gerald Ballance Lake Landing, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops ' ) Alpha Zeta; Sigma Pi Alpha; Phi Era Sigma; Agriculturist (4); Ag Club; Department Honor Committee (3) International Relations Club Secrelar ' -Treasurer (2); Agronomy Club President (4); Wesley Founda- tion Council (4). John Greathouse Bane Dentim, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Stuart Oliver Baesel. I -i6 Charlotte, N. C. Architecture Frank Ingram Ballard, -IT Wilmington, . C. Architecture Southent Engineer; .American Insti- tute of Architects, Student Chapter Treasurer; Engineers ' Council; Inter- fraternitv Council. J. C. Barbee Concord, . C. Tex. Mfg. Tompkins Textile Society; Dormi- tory Boxing. Joel Wyman Baker, KA Columbia, S. C. Textiles Phi Eta Sigma. Thomas Victor Ballard Dunbar, Pa. Elec. Engr. Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Eta Sigma. Harold Lloyd Barber West Liberty, Ky. Wildlife CoHseri ' rttioii Mgt. Leopold W ' ildlife Society. Lewin Thompson Baker Marion, N. C. Elec. Engr. Eta Kappa Nu; Institution of Radio Engineers; Mayor of West Haven, 1948. Wilton Claude Bandy FayettevOle, N. C. Civil Engr. John Clark Barber. ATP Moyock, N. C. Forestry Blue Kev; i Sigma Pi; , lph;i Zeta; Phi Kappa Phi; Forestry Club; PiHefiini. [39] SEniOR CLRSS Alexander T. Barclay, Jr. Galveston, Tex. Architecture Joseph Closs Barker, Jr. New Bern, N. C. Aleck. Engr. A.S.M.E. Russell Lee Barnes Cerro Gordo, N. C. Agronomy (FieW Crops ' ) Aldos Cortez Barefoot, Jr. Angier, N. C. Charles Thomas Barger, Jr. ATA Edgar Franklin Barger, Jr. Hickorv, N. C. Forestry— Wood Technology Salisbury, N. C. Tex. Synthetics .Mpha Zeta (3, 4); Pinetum (3, 4); Inter-Dormitory Council (3, 4), Executive Secretary (3), President (4), Representative for Campus Gov- ernment; Forestry Club (2, 3, 4); Chem. Engr. A.I.Ch.E. Masonic Club (3); Dormitor} ' Co- ordinator (3). Oliver Garland Barnes. Jr. John Monroe Barksdale Asheville, N. C. hid. Engr. Ralph Garnett Barnard Cramerton, N. C. Textiles Rocky Mount, N. C. Mech. Engr., Aero. Opt. Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Theta Tau; A.S.M.E.; I.Ae.S. Sigma Pi Alpha; S.I.E.; S.A.iM. Walter Lafayette Barnes, Jr. Z ' I ' E Wesley Evans Barnes -H Wilmington, N. C. Mech. Engr. Heating Air Cond. Opt. A.S.H.V.E.; A.S.M.E. Greensboro, N. C. General Textiles Tompkins Textile Societ) ' ; Te.vti e Forum. Milton Dwight Barnette, -H Bu.xton, N. C. Textiles SEniOR CLRSS [40] 1 1 n ,,M.t; ' = " ' ' TT n. C. STRTE William Mi:L. Bahnhakdt, i - Charlotte, N. C. Tex. . Jgt. (ioUk ' n Chain; Blue Kcv; I ' lii l i; Simula Tau Siama; ' itc Frcsidt ' iit l hi kappa Phi; Editor ' iextilc iuriin:; Lditur . . C. Slalc Colh ' ye Uamlbiink; Publication Board; N.C.C.P.A.; Vice- President Tompkins ' I ' extile Society; Interfraternitv Council; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet; Chairman School of Textiles Honor CVimmitlee; Charlotte Club; Member of Student Council rif Cam pus Government. James Dewitt Barniih l Greenville. N. C. Chem. Eijgr. John Cameron Bahh Lansing, N. C. Mech. Engr. Isaiah Duff Bartlett Goldsboro, N. C. Agroiiom (FieW Crops " ) Agromeck; Ag Club; Agronomy Club. Alvin Hoyt Barton Canton, N. C. ] lech. Engr. Lex LaDue Basinger Mooresville, N. C. Tex. Mgt. Fencing Team (3, 4); Tompkins Textile Society; Lutheran Student Association; Society for the Advance- ment of Management. Jack Olliff Bass Hendersonville, N. C. Elec. Engr. Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Band (3, 4); Wesley Foundation (1, 2, 3), Secretary (4); American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers. Leonil Blakely Bass, Jr., -i Belmont, N. C. Tex. Mfg. Textile Forum. WooDROW Peoples Bass -i- ' l ' Durham. N. C. Mech. Engr. Blue Kev; Greater University Stu- dent Council; Masonic Club; A.S.M.E.; I.F.C. Burnice Ward Batchelor, -X Nashville, N. C. Civil Engr. .Agromeck (3, 4); Watattgan (3, 4); Technician (3, 4). Walter Kelly Batson, HKA Danville, Va. Gen. Engr. Agromeck (1, 2); Intramural Boxing (1, 2, 3, 4); Football (I, 2, 3, 4); Wrestling (1, 2, 3, 4). Robert Edward Baxter. - White Plains. X. Y. Textiles S.A.M. Vice President (4). X n. C. STATE Reuben L. Beal Memphis, Tenn. Forestry Xi Sigma Pi; Forestry Club; Wrest- ling Team (3); Baptist Student Union Council. William Fov Beal, Jr., -X Nashville, N. C. Civil Eiigr. A.S.C.E.; Fraternity Football (2, 3, 4), Softball C2, 3, 4), Track (2, 4). Morris Richard Beard Asheville, N. C. Elec. Eiigr. Phi Eta Sigma; I.R.E.; A.I.E.E. DwiGHT Morrison Beaty Waynesville, N. C. Cheiii. Eiigr. A.I.C.E.; Intramural Softball (3, 4). Ben Irvin Beaver Spencer. N. C. Tex. Mfg. Robert Harbes Becker, -AK Arlington, Va. Chem. Engr. Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Alpha; President A.I.Ch.E.; Engineers ' Council; Vice President Southern Conference A.I.Ch.E. BosvvoRTii Clifton Beckwitii BHII Raleigh, N. C. Architecture Student Chapter A. I. A.; Beaux .Arts Society. Louis Vernon Bedard Raleigh. N. C. Civil Engr. Richard Chevalier Bell Manteo, N. C. Eandscape Architecture William Earl Bell Horse Shoe, N. C. Atiinnil hid. Ao Cluh; .Xninial lnilusti Club. Wilbert Richard Bender Norlina, N. C. Agr. Engr. Editor .A.S.. ' .E. ISIiLlinniil Student )oiinuil; Editor N. C. State College Branch of A.S.A.E. Neii ' slcftcr; Intra- mural Football (3. 4), Volleyball (3, 4); President Gamma Delta; A.S.A.E.; . g Club; Naval Reserve; Secretary A.S.A.E. (3). James Edward Bennett, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Engr. Gen. Charlotte Club (1); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); R.O.T.C. (O. i Harold Perrine Bergen. ]k. ATI ' Oakland, N. J. Animal hid. Ag Club; Animal Industry Club; Wrestling. James Frederick Best Dallas. . C. Tex. Mfg. Sigma Tau Sigma. Harold Dewitt Black. Jr. TKK Concord, N. C. Mech. Eiigr. lu Beta Psi; Red Coat and Con cert Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Imperial Order of Yellow Dogs. George Leo Berson Dorchester, Mass. Civil Eitgr. Cbi Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; A. S.C.I:. Robert Harper Best Greensboro. N. C. Gen. Engr. Radio Club Technician (2), Presi- dent (3); I.R.H. Treasurer. Edwin Hughes Blackwell Hendersonville, ' . C. Ind. Engr. Theodore Bernstein, -AM Philadelphia, Pa. Tex. Mfg. Sigma Tau Sigma. Irwin David Binder, -. .M New York, N. Y. Tex. Synthetics Tompkins Textile Society; Cadet Officers Association; Textile Forum; R.O.T.C. (I, 2, 3, 4); Exchequer S.A.M. (4). William Ward Blanchaki: Wallace, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Robert Allen Berryiull Charlotte, N. C. Mecli. Engr. Charlotte Club (3, 4). Leon VA ' eaver Bissette, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. Elec. Engr. Mu Beta Psi. Treasurer (48. 49. 50); I.R.E. (47. 48, 49, 50); Radio Club (49, 50); Glee Club (43, 47, 48, 49, 50); Technician (43); .Ac;homec:k (50); Music Chairman Tucker Dormitory (50). Charles Alexander Blevins Norton, Va. Forestry Pinc ' tltni; Torcstry Club. [43: SEnioR CLnss Mary Anne Belvins, AAA McGehee, Ark. Floriculture Co-ed Club; Agromeck Staff (1, 2. 3 CoKER Debs Blue Lakeview, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E.; Chi Epsilon; Engineer: Council. Lerov Rader Boggs Green Sulfur Springs, W. Va. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E. Jay Walter Bliss, Jr. Springfield, Vt. Textiles Masonic Club (2); Prop Wing C3); Cadet Officers ' Association (1, 2, 3). James Eldridge Blue, nK I Laurinburg, N. C. Civil Engr. Track (1, 2, 3). James Franklin Bogle Albemarle, N. C. Ind. Arts Education Mu Beta Psi; Wesley Foundation; C.lee Club (1. 2, 3, 4)-, Industrial Arts Club Secretary (4). Donald Edward Bloomfield Yonkers, N. Y. Chem. Engr. American Chemical Society; A.I.C.E. George Benjamin Blum, Jr. Middleburg, N. C. Agr. Engr. A.S.A.E. Vice-President; Ag Club (3, 4). Benjamin Clarence Boney, Jr. ATP Burgaw, N. C. Horticulture (A) Agriculturist Assistant Athletic Manager of A.G.R.; Athletic Director of Owens Dorm; Secretary Horticul- ture Club; Chairman of Ag Fair; Social Leader at First Baptist Church; Counselor of Owens Dorm. Claren ce Harold Blue Vass, N. C. Agr. Engr. A.S.A.E. Charles Murray Bodwell i; l E Boston, Mass. Ind. Engr. A.S.I. E.; S.A.M.; Honor Council (1, 2); Aquinas Club; Agromeck Business Staff; Student Government (4); Chairman School of Engineering Honor Council. Charles Hussey Boney, - ' PE Wilmington, N. C. Architecture— School of Design Beaux . rls Society (1, 2. 3), Sec- retary C4); Blue Kev Corresponding Secretary (5); Junior Chapter A. I. -A. (4, 5); Student Go ' ernment (5); Engineers ' Council . ' lternate (1); Monogram Club; Interfraternitv Council (4 J. ' ice-President (5); X ' arsitv Tennis C2, 3. 4, 5), Co- Captain (4); AH Campus Softball (1); Historian Sigma Phi Epsilon (3, 4); Finals Dance Committee. SEniOR CLASS ■44 n. C. STATE James Finlev Honey Wallace, N. C. Civil Engr. A.s.c:.E. James Kehu Boone VVaynesville, N. C. Gen. Engr. FnANK Kennon Borden Goldsboro, N. C. hid. Engr. Coleman Smith Bost, TKK Newton, N. C. Tex. Synthetics Sigma Tau Sigma ' ice-Presidcnt; Textile Honor Committee; Tennis Manager; Wrestling Manager; Intra- mural Sports. John Benjamin Bost Lenoir, N. C. F orici( (i(re Horticulture Club; Ag Club; Flori- culture Discussion Group. Robert Adolph Bostic Magnolia, N. C. Agr. Education Braxton Cates Bovven Durham, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.H.V.E.: A.S.M.E. Bobby Kermit Bowers Albemarle, N. C. Elec. Engr. Eta Kappa ;u; A.I.E.E.; LR.E. Jack Martin Bowers Shelby, N. C. Textiles Techniciiin Sports Editor; AcROMECK Sports Editor; Cross Country; N. C. Collegiate Press Association; Tomp- kins Textile Society; B.S.II. William Walter Bowers, III Henderson, N. C. Gen. Engr. Theta Tau. Robert Leonard Bowlbv Raleigh, N. C. Ind. Engr. Monogram Club; S.. .M.; Football CI. 2, 3, 4), Captain (4). Dale Ray Bowling Amory, Miss. Forest Management n. C. STATE James Scareoro Bowman, Jr. Graham, N. C. Mech. Engr., Aero. Oi l. I.Ae.S.; A.S.M.E. Hubert Leslie Boyd Lenoir, N. C. Ind. Engr. A.S.I.E.; S.A.M.: Forest Products Research Society; American Society Metalurgical Engineers; Cadet Offi- cers ' Association: Prop Wing. John Lawrence Boyd Union, S. C. Textiles Robert Edward Boyette Goldsboro, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club C2. 3, 4); R.O.T.C. Lafayette H. Boykin, Jr. Kenly, N. C. Dairy Mfg. Ag Club. Arnold Watts Bragg Durham, N. C. Luiiiher Prod. Merchandising David Percy Brake Rocky Mount, N. C. Mech. Engr., Aero. Opt. I.Ae.S. James Lewis Brandt Raleioh, N. C. Architecture Junior Chapter American In stitute o£ Architecture; Sigma Pi Alpha; Beaux Arts Society; Raleigh Little Theater. Glenn Perry Brank Raleigh, N. C. Forestry Cecil Bernard Brantly Bailey, N. C. Agr. Education Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball; F.F.A.; Ag Club. Price Sherrill Brawley Mooresville, N. C. Gen. Engr. Herbert Brenner, -A.M Winston-Salem, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. (2, 3, 4); Tec iniciiiH; Editor On The Level; Intramurals (2, 3, 4); Junior-Senior Dance Com- mittee; Publications Key (3); Inter- fraternity Council (4); The Citadel (I). • Joseph ' incent Brice Raleigh. N. C. Tex. Chem. £■ Dyeing A.A.T.C.C. (3, 4); Phi Psi. Emmett Watson Bringle, -X Covington. Tenn. Textiles, Yarn Mfg. Opt. Golden Chain; Blue Kev: Thirlv and Three: Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau Sigma; W ' ataitiliiti Editor; Techyti- L-ian Cohimnisl; Agro-meck Organi- zations Editor (3); Textile Fonim Managing Editor; Publications Board; President N. C. Collegiate Press As- sociation (3); Interfratemirv- Council (4); Junior Class President, Avery Criss.man Brock Mount Olive, N, C. hid. Eiigr. (.olden C hain; Blue Ke ' ; Thirtv and I hrce Secretarv ' ; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Alpha; Phi Kappa Phi; Technician Editor (3): Handhook Editor (2); S,I,E.; Theta Tau; Greater Univer- sity Student Council; Engineers ' Council (2, 4); President Senior Class; Publications Board; Public Lectures Committee; S,A,M, John Kennedy Bridgers, Jr. Goldsboro, N. C. Allnutll lilil. Au Club; Animal liuliistr C lul). John Henry Brinkley, Jr. Thoniasville, N. C. Civil Engr. .A.S.C.E.; President Board of Direc tors of Traihvood Mutual C;roccr -. Inc, Henrv T«Atv Bronson Raleigh. . . C. Rural Svciolugy Lawrence Landrum Bridges -li: l Shelby. N. C. Gen. Engr. Allie E. Bristow, Jr. Laurinburg. . C. Textiles David Isidore Brook, -. M Lawrence, N. Y. Tex. Chem. Dyeing A.A.T.C.C; Tompkins Textile So- ciety; Manager Soccer Team. Roy Ernest Brigcs Mars Hill, N. C. Agr. Education William Ross Broadwell Durham, N. C. Forestry (L.P..A .) Forestry Club (1, 2, 3, 4). I LovD Brigiiam Brookens, K2 Rak-ioh. N, C, Arch. Engr. American Institute of Architects. [47] SEfllOR CLRSS Allen Marvin Brooks, ' I En Bronx 57, N. Y. Tex. Mfg. Tompkins Textile Society; Hand- ball Champ (1, 2, 3), Captain (2, 3). William Howard Brooks Greensboro, N. C. Mech. Engr. King Richard Brose New York 52, N. Y. hid. Engr. A.S.M.E. Alex Taylor Brown, III Wilmington, N. C. Elec. Engr. CoYT Clemmer Brown, KA Roanoke Rapids, Va. Textiles Football (1). Joe Gray Browning Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Engr. Harry- Elmore Brown Burgaw, N. C. Gen. Engr. Monogram Club; Football 1 ; Base- ball Manager 2, 3. 4. Marshall Gaither Bryant Winston-Salem, N, C. Ind. Engr. (Fiirw. Option Technician (1); W.N.C.S. (1, 2); Vice-President Cadet Officers ' Asso- ciation; Inlramurals (2). Joe Brown, Jr. Shelby, N. C. Gen. Eiigr. Willard Stanley Bull, Jr. Ai: Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E.; Technician Sports and News Staffs (1, 2); Cheerleader (1, 2), Head Cheerleader (3); Sopho- more Class Treasurer; Sophomore Class Dance Committee; Junior Class Ring Committee; Cadet Officers ' Club CO; Glee Club and Mixed C ' horus. Robert Milton Brown Norfolk, Va. Agricuhure ( Plant Physiology ' ) Rupert Alton Bullard Acme, N. C. Dairy Mfg. Ag Club; Dairy Products Judging Team (3). 1 SEniOR CLRSS [48] II n. C. STATE W ' li.i.iAM CARiiY Bullock Hiic-ky Mount, N. C. lilec. liiifir. I. Ill llil.i I ' l; i;ij Kapp i iN ' ii; A.l.l..!;. William Douglas Bullock Raleigh, N. C. Textiles I ' aul Raymond Buli.uck, Jr. AXA Hiicky Mount, N. C. A roiumiY (.Field Crops) Intraniiiriils (2, 3, 4). Tom John Bumcarner Wilkesboro, N. C. Textiles li ' iiipKiiTv lV tiIc Society. Jacob Russell Bunch, - !• ' Hobbsville, N. C. Forestry (L.P.M.) Forestry Club. Floyd Smith Burge, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. John Kenneth Burge Winston-Salem, N. C. Arch. Engr. Phi Eta Sigma; iMu Beta Psi; American Institute of Architects; Cilce Club; Beaux Arts Society; B.S.ll. C ' ouncil; Baseball (2). VN ' alter Eldon Burgiss Elkin, N. C. Floriculture C ' luii; Moriculture ( lub. Justin Burke Charlotte, N. C. Tex. Weaving Design Atjuinas Club (3, 4); Tornj kins Textile Society. lloiiLitT O ' Dell Burleson Albemarle, N. C. Textiles liirnpkins Textile Society; Intra iiui.ll I ' outball, Basketball. Edwin Chapin Burns Pittsboro, N. C. Mech. Engr. I ' l I. Ill Si. iii.i; l.iu Beta Pi; . .S.M.E. William Bakih Burns Acme, N. C. Gen. Engr. n. C. STRTE William Loomis Burns, Jr. K2 Greensboro, N. C. Tex. Synthetics Tcjmpkins Textile Society; Phi Psi; Representative Textile Honor Coun- cil (2); Order of the Rail; Tennis Team. James LeRoy Burriss Wilmington, N. C. Gen. Eiigr. I.R.E. Herbert W. Burroughs, Jr. Hamlet, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E.; Dormitory Assistant. David Holmes Bush Jacksonville, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club. Kenneth Raybon Butler Lumberton, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. James Harpel Byler, -X Chicago, 111. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi; Football (1, 2, 3, 4); Track (1, 2, 3, 4); Monogram Club Treasurer (3, 4); Athletic Council. Earl Reed Cxde Rocky Mount, N. C. Gen. Engr. James Vernon Caffrey, Jr. Virginia Beach, Va. Elec. Engr. R.O.T.C. (2, 3); I.R.E. (3, 4); A.I.E.E. C3). John Smiley Caldwell Ashcville, N. C. Civil Engr. Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. Sam Lanier Calhoun Waynesville, N. C. Civil Engr. Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. Jesse Sylvester Calloway AsheviUe, N. C. Chetn. Engr. A.I.Ch.E. Paul Osborne Campbell Raleigh, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club. I Paul Smith Campbell China Grove, N. C. Tex. Chem. £• Dyeing Cadet Officers ' Associ;iii ni; R.O.T.C. Reynolds Alfonso Carivtevale Raleigh, N. C. Tex. Chem. Dyeing Chairman A.A.T.C.C. John DhW ' itt Carroll Guilford, N. C. Agronomy QField Crops ' ) Ag Club; American Society of Agronomy. Shelton Carl Canter, K- Wilkesboro, N. C. Architecture A. I. A.: B.S. al e Forest College 43. Harold O. Carpenter, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. Textiles Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau Sigma. Earl Atvvood Carter Reidsville, N. C. Mech. Engr. Mavor Trailwood; .Alderman Velville. Lawrence R. Cantliffe, Jr. Westmoreland Depot, N. H. Forestry QMerch. Wood Prod.) Forestry Club (2. i. 4). Robert P. Carr Morganton, N. C. Civil Engr. Warren L. Cartier, -X Green Bay, Wis. Ind. Arts Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Golden Chain; Thirty and Three: Blue Key; Mono- gram Club; Industrial .Arts Club; Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4); Vice-Presi- dent Senior Class. Henry Lee Carawan Washington, N. C. hid. Arts Education Edwin Thomas Carroll Hillsboro, N. C. Agr. Edtication Cadet Officers Association (2, 3); ' g Club; F.F.A.; Glee Club; Editor F.F.A. Keyhole (4); Announcer ' WP. Hugh Irving Cash Franklinton, N. C. Gen. Textiles Sigma Tau Sigma. [51] SEniOR CLRSS Richard Barton Cashwell Hope Mills, N. C. Gen. Engr. Henry Marcellus Cathey Davidson, N. C. HorlicuUure Floriculture Op(.) Mu Beta Psi; Glee Club V ' ice-Presi- dent C4); Horticulture Club; Ao Club; Alpha Zeta; Agrictdturist; Raleigh Otatoria Society. BoYT Henderson Cathey Gastonia, N. C. Mech. Engr. Mu Beta Psi; Red Coat Band; A.S.H.V.E. Robert Ernest Cato Belmont, N. C. Civi! Engr. Thela Tau (3, 4); A.S.C.E. (2, i, 4); ' Charlotte Club. Charles Benjamin Cathey ' Charlotte, N. C. Wildlife Comervatiun Mgt. SuMMEY Maxwell Cauble, Jr.. Belmont, N. C. Tex. Synthetics Tompkins Textile Society; Textile forum; Intramural Football (3, 4); Marching Band (1, 2); Cloncert Band (3, 4); Glee Club (4); " The States men " Dance Band CI. 2, 3, 4). Gene Austin Cathey Charlotte, N. C. Agr. Economics Mu Beta Psi; Intramural Sports CI, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club CI, 2, 3). Martyn John Cavanaugh Clyde, N. C. Forestry Robert Winfield Chadwick Rocky Mount, N. C. Mech. Engr. Phi Hta Sigma; Theta Tau; Dinini tory Club Floor Representati c. William Gibbs Charlton, -X Goldsboni, N. C. Te.x. {Yarn Mfg.) Phi Psi; Freshman Football. V ' iLLiAM T. Cheatham, Jr. Burlington, N. C. Tex. (Yarn Mfg. ' ) Track (I ' ; ' .irsity Soccer C4); Textile Honor Council CO- June Howard Cheek, SX Laurinburg, N. C. Textiles Monogram Club C3, 4); Football CI, 2, 3, 4); Advanced R.O.T.C. SEniOR CLASS 52] b n. C. STATE Jack Ciiuhiiy, Jh. Washington, N. C Engr. Gen. HuvAN Wesley Chesson Vanccboro, N. C. Civil Eiigr. Chi 1 | sil,,iK McniliiT A.S.C ' .l:. Angus Udvvin Ciiisiiolm Laurinburg, N. C. Architecture A(;lH)Mt(:K ( 1, 2). Hanri Cikurel Izmir, Turkey Tex. Mfg. Tex. Chem. Dyeing A.A.T.C.C; Cosmopolit.-in C ' luh. James Reid Claiik Salisbury, N. C. Chem. Engr. Sigma Pi Alpha; Secretary A.I.Cli.l;. (49); Walaunan (. 9. 4«. 41); 1!;iik1 (39). Johnnie Clarence Clark Burlington, N. C. Tex. Mfg. Walter McKenzie Clark Greensboro, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E.; Thirty ami Three; Ilieta Tau. Willl m Elbert Clark, TKE Everetts, N. C. Elec. Engr. Theta Tau; A.I.E.E.; rreshman Counselor. LlTTLEBURV HaXALL ClARK Kenly, N. C. Civil Engr. Francis Joseph Clendeninc; .AS Boothwyn, Pa. Mech. Engr. Mu Beta Psi; R.O.T.C. Band Captain; Redcoat Band (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4 A.S.M.Ii.; Yellow Dogs. Marion Reese Cochran Newton, N. C. Civi! Engr. C iriul;iti in Manager W ' tilininnii: A.S.C.t. Ray Donald Cohn Marshall, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E. n. C. STRTE William Currier Cole Ashland, Ky. Geol. Engr. Order of Saint Patrick; A.I.M.E. Treasurer; Corps of Engineering. Robert Earle Coleman Greenville, S. C. Tex., Synthetic Opt. Delta Kappa Phi. John Samuel Collie Goldsboro, N. C. Civil Engr. Chi Epsilon; Scabbard and Blade; A.S.C.E. (3, 4), Vice-President (4); Engineers ' Council (■♦); R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4), Outstanding Sophomore R.O.T.C. Cadet (2), Outstanding Senior Cadet (4), Cadet Officers ' Association (3, 4). James Carlton Collier, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Civil Engr. Scabbard and Blade Treasurer; A.S.C.E.; Engineers ' Council (1, 2, 3, 4). William Abner Combs, ' i- Wilson, N. C. Ind. Engr. Society for Advancement of Man- agement; S.I.E. Kenneth Lee Compton Hazelwood, N. C. Tex. Mfg.— Synthetics Norman Jav Concool, 2A5I Brooklyn, N. Y. Textiles Sigma Tau Sigma; Cadet Officers ' Association; Sigma . lpha iMu Presi- dent (4). Charles Thomas Cone Middlesex, N. C. Agr. Education Ag Club; F.F.A.; Inter-Dormitory Council; Dormitory Sports (3); F.F.A. Vice-President; Welch Dorm Club. Lawrence Hugh Conner Baltimore, Md. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E.; Varsity Soccer. Lucas Jones Conrad Winston-Salem, N. C. Gen. Engr. A.I.E.E.; I.R.E.; Dormitory Club Representative. Eugene Thomas Contrada Norfolk, Va. Tex. Weaving Design Berry Aaron Cooke Hickory, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E. II ,r Edward Thomas Cooler Ridgeland, S. C. Tex. Mat. Tompkins Textile Society. W ' lLEv Barnes Coreett Wilson, N. C. Engr. Gen. A.S.C.E.; Intramural Tennis (2. i. 4), Bowling (3. 4), Softball (3. 4); Social and Recreation Chairman Bag- well Dorm Club (4). BOBBITT VlTALIS CoRRELL Mebane, N. C. Elec. Engr. Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; A.I.E.E. (3, 4); Secretarj- Tau Beta Pi (4); Treasurer Eta Kappa Nu (4). Francis Hunt Cooper Henderson, N. C. Mcch. Engr. Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.H.V.E.; A.S.M.E.; Corresp(mding Secretar) ' Pi Tau Sigma. William Shaw Corbitt. IIKA Henderson, N. C. Engr. Gen. Intramural Football (1, 2, 3, 4), Track (I, 2, 3, 4), Basketball (1. 2, 3), Wrestling (1, 2, 3), Volleyball (I. 2. 3, 4), Swimming (1, 2), Soft- ball (1, 2, 3). Mitchell B. Corriher, Jr. Mooresvillc, N. C. Geol. Engr. A.I.M.M.E.; Cadet Officers ' Asso- ciation; Vice-President A.I.M.M.E. Sam Evans Cooper, -i- ' I ' Oxford, N. C. hid. Engr. Scabbard and Blade. Carl Pace Corey Greenville, N. C. Elec. Engr. Radio Club (2); I.R.H.; A.I.E.E. Paulo De Sequeira Cortez Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Tex., Yarn Mfg. Sigma Pi .Alpha; Tompkins Textile Society. Isaac Tunis Corbell, Jr. Knotts Island, N. C. Elec. Engr. Eta Kappa Nu ' ice-President; I.R.E. Vice-chairman; A.I.E.E. Louis Avery Corning III, -II Hamlet, N. C. Ii! . Ei!gr. Society for the . dyancement of Management; S.I.E.; Soiitherii Engi- tit ' cr; Intramural Sports (1, 2, 3, 4); Secretary Sigma Pi (4). Arnold Chas. Corwin, ' MCn New York, N. Y. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society; Sigma I ' au Sigma; A.A.T.C.C. [55] SEniOR CLASS James Bernard Coward Ashcville, N. C. hid. Engr. S.A.M.; S.I.E.; Scabbard and Blade; Southern Engineer; Board Member ' etville V.lM.C.A. Walter Clingman Crawford Marion, N. C. Animal Ind. Sidney Vincent Creole Durham, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. (2. , 4). Roderick Williams Coward Wilmington, N. C. Elec. Engr. I.R.E. Treasurer (3), Chairman (4); Engineers ' Council (4); Radio Club (2), Vice President (3, 4). Wallace Wales Crawford Enka. N. C. Tex. Mfg.— Synthetics Sigma Tau Sigma; Tompkins Tex- tile Society; Pbi I ' si: Intramural Sports (4). Jack Wiley Crews Cornelius, N. C. Textiles Harry Cramer, IlKA High Point, N. C. Textiles Lee Andrew Crayton, Jr, Concord, N. C. Textiles Phi Eta Sigma. Richard Young Crews, AX ' 1 Oxford, N. C. Ind. Engr. Society for Advancement o£ Man- agement; Senior Air R.O.T.C; Cadet Officers ' Association Treasurer (4). Louis Cramer, IIKA High Point. N. C. Textiles Sigma Tau Sigma; Phi Psi. William Bulluck Creasy, Jr. Wilmington, N. C. Engr. Gen. R.O.T.C:. Band (1, 2). Arthur B. Culbertson, Jr. 1 - Laurcns. S. C. Engr. Gen. Monogram Club; American Ceramic Society; Tennis (1, 2, 3, 4), Captain (2), Co-Captain (3, 4); President Kappa Sigma; Interfraternity Coun- cil (4). SEniOR CLASS 56 n. C. STRTE I AVVHKNCF. DllKK Cum I ' 1 inpi ' Mills, N. c:. Forestry lX pnrtnK. ' nt. ' il Ilunur Cuininiiiff (S); Xi Sijjma I ' i. Robert Cuuhan, TKK New York, N. Y. Cer. Engr. Aiiu-ricaii C " LTaniic Socic ' U ' : Tech- Wesley Foxwoiiin CiiiinKNtrK Asheville, N. C:. Forestry Leslie Daniel Uail Magnolia, N. C. Agr. Eiiucalion Henry Grady Dallas, Jr., AIM ' Reidsville, N. C. Forestry FnrcNlrN Cluli. Harry McRae Dalton, K. Charlotte, N. C. Textiles l hi Psi President; lilue Key; I ' lii tia Sigma; Scabbard and iilade; Sigma Tau Sigma; Honor Committee; Treshman Track (2); Kappii AIph;i ice-President (3). Melford R. Damron, Jr., riK ' l Charlotte. N. C. Cix ' il Eiigr. Chi Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; A.S.C.E.; Charlotte Club ' icePresi- dent (4): Companion of St. Patrick; Phi Kappa Phi .-Vward (1); Dcpt. I lonor Committee; Pi Kappa Phi Secretary (3), Treasurer (4). Darrel D. Daniels New Bern, N. C. Ch ' il Engr. A.S.C.E. Joseph Allison Devant, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Tex. Synthetics Phi Psi ice-President (4); Textile liirum: Wrestling (.3, 4); Freshman Counselor Campus Ciovernmcnt. Gene Theodore Davis Shelby. N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Harry Lee Davis Farmville, N. C. Engr. Gen. rootball (1, 2). HiRniRT Cicero Davis. Jr. W ilniington, N. C. Ind. Engr. S.I.E.; S.A.M. n. C. STATE Jack Moore Davis Charlotte, N. C. Cheiti. Engr. A.I.Ch.E.; Band Gammii Sigma Ep- silon; Secretary and Treasurer BeiTy Dorm Club. John Henry Davis Andrews, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E. WiLLARD Osborne Davis Zebulon, N. C. Geu. Engr. William Pryor Davis, KA Warrenton, N. C. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society, Frank Gates Dawson, Jr. Alliance, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E. John Frederick Dawson Raleigh, N. C. Ind. Engr. S.I.E. Thomas Collins Dawson Monroe, N. C. Mech. Enar. Richard Blair Deal Conover. N. C. Tex., Gen. Opt. Sigma Phi Alj ha; Sigma Tau Sij James John Dee Yonkers, N. Y. Forest Prod. Alercli. Forestry Club (2, i, 4). Charles Herman Deese Albemarle, N. C. Tex., Geu. Opt. Haywood Franklin Deese, ]i Albemarle, N. C. Mech. Engr. Eugene Carl Deibler Sanford, N. C. Textiles intramural I ' nolhall; Trailw ' ood; Delta Kappa Phi. iLLiAM Wallace DeLancy Charlotte. N. C. Elec. Eiigr. I.R.E.; Huildinw Manager. Robert Earl DeLapp, Jr. -AE Reidsville. N. C. Tex. Mgt. Textile I-nntm, Edgar Streetford DELLiNGEn Marshville. N. C. Arch. Eiigr. American Institute of Architects Student Chapter. Robert Blair Dellinger Gastonia, N. C. Textiles Sigma Tau Sigma; Tompkins Tex- tile Society; Intramural Football (3). Garland Eugene Denning Raleigh, N. C. Agr. Education F.F.A.; .Xg Club. Robert Edward Dew, KA Wilson. N. C. Agr. Engr. Charles Edwin Denton Simms, N. C. Dairy Mfg. Fair Exhibit Committee (3); . ' g Club (3, 4). Bernard Diamond, l En New York 34, N. Y. Engr. Gen. . GROMECK (1, 2); Tt ' c lHJciflM (1, 2); Handball (1, 2). Frank Albert Depasquale Roselle Park, N. J. Architecture Beaux .Arts Society; Junior Chapter A.I.A. Richard Lea Dicky Alexandria, Ind. Eloriculture Basketball (1. 2, 3, 4); Track (1, 2, 4). John Max Dew Fayetteville, N. C. Gen. Engr. Earl Thomas Dicks Jr. Kenosha, Wis. Tex. Mgt. Ciolden Chain; Blue Key; Delt;i Kappa Phi; Scabbard and Blade; Thir- ty and Three; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Pi .Alpha; State Ckillege Iluntlhiiok Business Manager; Publications Board; Campus Government Representati c (3); President Y.M.C.A.; Greater University Student Council. « [59: SEniOR CLRSS Walter Watt Dickson Gastonia, N. C. Agr. (Dniry HtishandrY) Ao Club. James Lineback Diehl Winston-Salem, N. C. Elec. Engr. Eta Kappa Nu (3), Secretary (4); Tau Beta Pi C4); Agromeck,- A.I.E.E. (3, 4), Vice-chairman (4); Depart- mental Honor Committee. Frank Lynch Dillahd Hertford, N. C. Geol. Engr. A.I.M.M.E. Treasurer (4). John Wilson Dillard, |r. Wilson, N. C. lud. Engr. Inter-Dormitory Council; President Bagwell Dormitory ' Club; Secretary S.I.E.; S.A.lM.; Building and Clrounds Committee; Phi Eta Sigma. Richard David Dillender, Jr. 2 E Augusta, Ga. Cer. Engr. Theta Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Keramos (3, 4), Secretary (3), Vice-President (4); American Ceramic Society. Robert Daniel Dixon Mt. Vernon Springs, N. C. Engr. Gen. Lewis Colen Dixon Thomas Lewis Disher, Jr. -N Durham, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. Mech. Engr. Noah Lewis Dixon Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E.; A.S.H.V.E. New Bern, N. C. A.S.H. ' .E.; N. C. State Charlotte Elec. Engr. C:Uib (2, 3, 4). A.I.E.E. Waitman Hines Dixon Charles Nelson Dobbins, Jr. Kinston, N. C. AFP A}i ' mial l}id. Yadkinville, N. C. James Belvia Dobbins Editor Meat and Milk (4): Animal Poultry Science Greensboro, N. C. Industr) ' Club; Ag Club. Poultry Club; Ag Club. Chem. Engr. SEniOR CLRSS 60 " n. C. STATE HorniiiT Eik;i;ni; Dobbins nalfij-h, N. C. hid. Eiigr. S.. .,M.; S.l.i;, I.DIO All IN DonsoN, -X St.itcsvillf. N. C. Aiironomy ( Field Crops) Alplia Zc-ta (A). I ' rfsidcnt (4); Ciilik-n Chain; Blue Ki ' v (3, 4); Aiirononiv Socictv C ' orrfspcitnlini; Sec- ri-larv (4); Au Clul) (1.2. , 4), X ' iccPrcsidt ' iit (-3); i lai»aiiin«; lulitiir AtiricHlturist (.3), AssoLi;«ti- l- ' litor (4); AcKOMECK I ' raliTnitv Ivlilnr (4); l)i pt. I lf)nc)r C ' liiniliilli-i- C ' lmir iii-in (. ); lloin ecnrninv; Pt-p Hallv Chairman; Junitir Si-nior Oance Cum niittce (?■); Pouhrv Jil-luini? Team ' ' . . 4); E Oflicio McmlKT Cumpus Ciovemnient; Chiss Sccrctarv (.-i). Kenneth Edwin Doland Midland Park, N. ]. Gen. Tingr. TlltODOm; DoSTANKO Paterscin, N. J. Textiles Joseph Edward Downing Wilson. N. C. Agr. JLdiication Forestry Cluli; A ; Ckili. Thomas Jackson Draper Raleigh, N. C. A ec i. Ettgr. Henting ■ Air Cond. Opt. Pi Tau Sigma President; Newport e vs Shipbuilding Drv Dock Co., pprentice: Alumni Association; .S.II. .E.; A.s.: i.E. Philip Lauriston Dresser Leland, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E.; I.R.E. Henry Wade DuBose. Jr. Richmond, Va. Jnd. Engr. S.A.M.; S.I.E.; Radio Station ' VP (2, 3, 4), Business Manager f3). Station Manager (4); Publica- tion Board (.3. 4); Westminster Fel- lowship Treasurer (2); Southern iMcthodist University (1); Pep Club. David Allen Duhow Hillside, N. J. Forestry Mfmogram Club; Forestry Club; I ' iiicUim; Track (1. 2, 3, 4), Cross Country (1, 2, 3, 4 Captain (2. .3). loHN Gordon Dudley, III, -N ' Shelby, N. C. Mech. Engr. Heating Air Cond. Opi. A.S.M.F.; . .S.H. ' .I.. Wilton Reese Duncan Dunn, N. C. Engr. Gen. Lewis Franklin Dunn Charlotte, N. C. Agr. Education Cilee Club; Y.M.C.A. (I. 2), C:abi net (2), West Campus " Y " Cabinet C.3, 4). President (4); Kappa Phi Kappa; F.F.. . (.3, 4); Ag Fair Depart- ment Chairman (4); World Student Scr ' ice Fund (2, 3), Chairman (2). n. C. STATE M ' ' iLLiAM Francis Dyer, Jr. N WhiteviUe, N. C. Engr. Gen. S.A.M.; Soiit icrii Engineer Staff. Olan Day Eakes Oxford, N. C. Tex. Mgt. Robert Hayes Eason Gatesville, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E. Jorge E. Echavarria Colombia, S. A. Textiles Aquinas Club; International Rela- tions Club; Soccer (3, 4). Oscar Bradley Eckhoff Washington, N. C. Architecture Wiley Reynolds Edens Lumberton, N. C. Forestry David Jackson Edgerton Smithfield, N. C. Textiles Acie Carlton Edwards Scotland Neck, N. C. Forest Mgt. Forestry Club (1, 2. 3, 4), Publi- city Chairman and Treasurer (2); Alpha Zeta; Slabs and Edgings (2); Pinetnm (2, 3, 4), Assistant Editor (3), Editor (4); Technicimi (3, 4); Dept. Honor Committee (3); Publica- tions Board C ). Carlton Lewis Edwards, TKK Raleigh, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E.; Treasurer Tau Kappa Epsilon. Charles Elvin Edwards Norlina, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E.; L. ' e.S. (2); Cadet Offi- cers ' Club; Prop and Wing; Intra- murals (1, 2, 3, 4); Rifle Team (2); R.O.T.C. (3, 4). Floyd Henry Edwards Relief, N. C. Agr. Education . a Club; F.F.A. Joseph Farrior Edwards Enfield, N. C. Arch. Design ( it LoN ' NiE Lee Edwards Marion Sherfy Edwards U ' hitehead, X. C. Trvon. N. C. Mech. Eiigr. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Charles Bryant Elks Washington. N. C. Jack Boyden Eller Agr. Education China Grove, N. C. F.F.A.: Au Clul). Civi! Engr. A.S.C.E. Howard Cortis Elliott - Charlotte. N. C. George Leland Ellis Civil Engr. Goldsboro, N. C. Engineers ' Council (4); Beaux Arts Society (2, 3, 4); A.S.C.E. (4); Auitiial lud. Charlotte Club (2, 3, 4), Vice-Direc Ag Club; Anim;il Inilustry Club; tor (3); Knight of St. Patrick ' s Court Af ricitUitrist; Meut and Milk the (■♦). Scientific Way. John Volney Eidson, Jr. Winston-Salem. N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E.; I.R.E. Lawrence Raymond Eller Salisbury, N. C. Agr. Education Kappa Phi Kappa. Lewis L. Ellis Stantonsburg, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. James Garland Elam Oxford, N. C. Animal hid. Ag Club; . ninial Iiuiustr C " lub. Thorn Ross Eugene Ellep. China Grove. N. C. Engr. Gen. RoRERT Hall Ellis Emporia, Va. Civil En gr. A.S.C.E. 63- SEniOR CLRSS William T. Ellison, Jr. Mullins, W. Va. Forestry Forestry Club (2, i, 4); Football (1, 2); Track (1, 2); Wrestling. (1, 2). William Gilmore Enloe, Jr. KA Worth Winstead Emory North Side, N. C. Agronomy QField Crops ' ) Robert Parsons English Monroe, N. C. Horticulture (F!or;cii l»re) Lloyd James Engman Cullowhee, N. C. Elec. Eiigr. A.I.E.E. Raleigh, N. C. Tex. Mgt. Koval Roscoe Eudaily Wilkesboro, N. C. Mech. Engr., Aero. Opt. I.Ai ' .S. Max Gettys Erwin Forest City, N. C. James Winsfield Espey, Jr. Aniimil bid. Hickory, N. C. Eldon Maurice Estep Ag Club President; . nimal Indus- Textiles Lenoir, N. C. try Club; Cadet Officers ' .Association; Secretary-Treasurer " Li est()ck Day " ; Svme Dorm Council. Football (1, 2, 3, 4); R.O.T.C 2), Sergeant (3), Captain (4). . CI, Forest Mgt. Forestry Club; B.S.ll.; V.M.C.A George Henry Eudy, ' I ' KT Charlotte, N. C. Bruce Towles Evans Joe Tucker Evans Textiles Alcoa, Tenn. Sylva, N. C. A.A.T.C:.C ; Icxlttr l,„,im (3); Mech. Engr. Forest Mgt. Clicerleader (1). A.S.M.E.; A.S.M.V.Ii. Forestry Club (1, 2, 3, 4). SEniOR CLRSS [64: A m n. C. STRTE Nathan Lafayette Evans, Jr. Lexington, N. C. Elec. Engr. I ' hi Kla Sij;ma; I.R.I;.; Ilia Kappa Nu; Tail Hela I ' i; Radio Cluh. W ' ai.teh Lli.is Lvhhett Robersonville, N. C. Agronomy QField Crops .Ag Club; Agronomy Club. William Ingram Farmer Carolina Beach, N. C. Ind. Engr. . clvanced R.O.T.C. (2, .?), Cadet Captain; Secretary Board of Wdct- nicn. West Haven; Cadet Officers ' Club (2. . ). W illiam E. Fawcett Latrobe, Pa. Engr. Gen. A.S.C.E. George Edwin Feldman Falls Church, Va. Ind. Engr. Prop and Wing: Cadet Officers Association: Outing Club; Intramural Official; Dorm Athletic Manager. George Matthew Ferrell Durham, N. C. Agr. Education Norman B. Fidler. Jr., IIK.-V Burlington, N. C. Tex. Mgt. Football CD; I.F.C. (.?,4). George Walter Fields Charlotte, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E. (I, 2); Rifle Team: Cilee C lub (1); R.O.T.C. Band; Drum and Uugle Corps; Cadet Officers ' .Associa- li(m (3, 4). Rowland Franklin Filer, Jr. Norfolk, Va. Cin7 Engr. Chi Fpsilon Treasurer; Tau Beta I ' i; A.S.C.E.; Phi Kappa Phi. Samuel Harold Filreis, -AM Brooklyn, N. Y. Cer. Engr. American Ceramic Society. Millard Mathias Fisher, IIKl ' Charlotte, N. C. Engr. Gen. Robert Edward Fite Charlotte, N. C. Elec. Engr. n. C. STATE John Kenneth Fitzgerald MvT Memphis, Tenn. Jnd. Engr. Denis Baum Fleming, - " tH Portsmouth, Va. Engr. Gen. Mu Beta Psi; A.I.E.E.; Track (1. 2); Basketball (1, 2); R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Red Coat Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4). ROBEHT HOYLE FlEMING, KA Blakely, Ga. Tex. Mfg. QKnitting Opt. Textile Honor Committee; Tomp- kins Textile Society- David Wiley Fletcher, Jr. Durham, N. C. PoiihrY Science (A) Ag Club; Poultry Science Club Secretary-Treasurer; Intramural Foot- ball (2, ' 3, 4), Basketball (2, 3, 4), Softball (2, 3). James Floros Charlotte, N. C. Chem. Engr. Charlotte Club; A.I.Ch.E.; Gamma Sigma Epsilon President (4). Neal Coleman Floyd Washington, N. C. Ind. Recreation Recreation Club Treasurer (4). Wallace Gibes Flynt Germanton, N. C. Agr. E conomtcs Slocum Hatch Fogleman, Jr. sn Liberty, N. C. hid. Engr. S.I.E.; Society for the Ad ' ance- ment of Management; Y.M.C.A.; Satithern Engineer; Vice-President Bagwell- Club. Frank Powers Fonvielle, Jr. Garland, N. C. Cer. Engr. Charles Owen Forbis Greensboro, N. C. Tex. Synthetics G. Pate Forehand, Jr., -AE Vienna, Ga. Textiles Business Manager Textile I ' oruni; Technician (1, 2, 3); Publications Board; WVWP (2); Interfraternity Council (3, 4); President Sigma Alpha Epsilon (3), Treasurer; Junior Representative Campus Government. Charles Ware Fortune Forest City, N. C. Agr. Education F.F.A.; o Club. JAMES Bowie Foster, Jr Statesville. IS. C. Tex. Mgt. Tompkins Texlile Society. Robert Sebron Foster, ' tlvT Thomasville, N. C. Ener. Cen. John Elder Fowler, AXA Burlington, N. C. Textiles Track (1); Intramural Footlnill (2, 3). Max J. Fowler Shelby, N. C. Mech. Eiigr. Engineers ' Council (3, 4); A.S.M.E. (2, 3, 4); Wataugan (2, 3, 4), Editor (3). tt Robert Glenn Fowler Kannapolis, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E. William Newton Fowler Charlotte, . C. Huriil £■ Ind. Recreation Monogram Clul ; Baseball (I, ' . 3,4). George William Francis Rocky Mount, N. C. Engr. Gen. Mechanical Engineering Depart- ment Honor Committee; Wulnuga Advertising Manager; A.S.M.E.; A.S.H.V.E. JosiAH Wilson Francis Waynes ■ille, N. C. Agr. Education Max Clayton Francis, Jr., -X Shelby, N. C. Tex. Synthetics Robert Henry Francis Waynesvillc, N. C. Mech. Engr. Charley J. Frazelle Richlands, N. C. Cii ' il Engr. Elvin Henry Frazier Liberty, N. C. Agr. Engr. A.S.A.E.; Track C3, 4); Inlramn rals (1, 2, 3, 4). li [67; SEniOR CLASS James Neil Freehof, -AJI Brooklyn, N. Y. Architecttire Junior A. I. A.; Intercol legiate Soft- ball (2); Honor Council Representa- tive (3); Glee Club (1. 2, 3, 4). James Edney Freeman Bat Cave, N. C. Civil Etigr. A.S.C.E. Jerry David Freeman, Jr. nKA Wilmington, N. C. Gen. Engr. LUCIAN WoODROW FrITTS Lexington, N. C. Mech. Engr. Heating Air Cond. Opt. A.S.M.E. Recording Secretary; A.S.HA ' .E. DoLAN Bruce Frye Albemarle. N. C. Te. -(! es Roy Edwin Fuller Jr., - ' i ' Raleigh, N. C. Cii ' il Engr. Chi Epsilon; Band; Drum iXJajor; I.F.C. (2, 3); Pledge Dance Commit- tee (2); Finals Dance Committee C3); Delta Sigma Phi ' ice-President (3), President (3). Wesley Curtis Furr Concord, N. C. Forestry Publicit) ' C ' hairman luckcr Dorm Club. Roy Eugene Gaines Sanford, N. C. Elec. Engr. Hta Kappa Nu; .A.I.E.E.; Pi Kapp;i Pi; Tail Beta Pi; Departmental Honor Ccimmillce (2). Arthur Eugene Gantt Kings Mountain, N. C. Chem. Engr. John Pinkney Gantt Mooresboro, N. C. Animal Ind. Gordon Alexander Gatlin Charlotte, N. C. Textiles Russell Mayo Gaylord Pinetown, N. C. Agr. Education Kappa Phi Kappa ' ice-President (4); Campus Government (4). Senior Representati ' c. SEniOR CLRSS 68 .1 n. C. STATE AlPliltN PAllKtU Ghkaiii) Washington, N. C. Gen. Engr. A.I.Ch.E. Christian F. Getsingeh, 2X Chevy Chase, Md. Tex. Chem. Dyeing Dclt i Kappa Phi (3, 4); A.A.T.C.C. (3, 4), Treasurer (4); Achomkck (1, 2), Business Staff; Track (1). Charles Bobo Gibson Greenville, S. C. Dairy Mfg. President W ' elcli Dfjrniilury C luh (4); B.S.U. Council (1, 2); Golf Team (1, 2, S. 4), CoCaptain (4); All-Campus Inlrainunil I-( .itl)all (I. 3). Max Dean Gilbert Melvin Hill, N. C. Textiles Raymond Baldwin Gilbert Bolivia, N. C. hid. Arts Education li.iptist Student Union (I. 2, 3, 4 I. President (4 ' ). James Howard Giles, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Cer. Engr. Merrion Douglas Gill -X Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E.; Inlerfraternity Council. Thomas Cline Gill. HK ' I ' Kittrell, N. C. Architecture John Hoyt Gilliam Graham, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club. William Leigh Glasgow, -X Littleton, N. C. Mech. Engr. Heating Air Cond. Opt. A.S.M.E.; A.S.H.V.E. Treasurer (4). Bruce Gilbert Glazener Brevard, N. C. Dairy Mfg. Alpha Zeta; .Ag C:luh; Diiry Prod ucts Judging Team. |ohn LiNDSAv Glover, AI ' P Wilson, N. C. Agr.. Education n. C. STATE John Wamble Glover Henderson, N. C. Agr. Engr. A.S.A.E.; R.O.T.C; Cadet Officers ' Association; Dormitory Assistant. Sanford Oliver Gluck, !iAJI New York, N. Y. Tex. Mgt. Blue Key; Sioma Pi Alpha; Scab- bard and Blade; V ' VWP; Delta Kappa Phi; Wataunan: Textile Forum; Agromeck Oroanization Edi- tor (4); Technician; Campus Gov- ernment; Greater Universit) ' Student Council; Cadet Officers ' Association ' ice-President (4); S.A.M. William Otha Goble, Jr. Hiddcnite, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E. Marvin Ralph Godfrey Elizabeth City, N. C. Agronomy QField Crops " ) Alpha Zeta; Ag Club; Aoronomy Club Vice-President (4); Dept. Honor Committee (3, 4); Editor Crops and Soils; Dormitory Assistant (3), Build- ing Manager (4). Davis Ray Godwin Cerro Gordo, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club; Xi Sigma Pi; For- estry Products Research Society; Secretary Forestry Club (1), Rolleo Chairman C3). Daniel McEntire Gold Wilson, N. C. General Textile Option Intramural Sports (1, 2, 3, 4). Eugene Gold Great Neck, N. Y. Textiles (Weaving Design) Sigma Tau Sigma; Tompkins Tex- tile Society; Pi Kappa Delta; Textile Forum (1); WVWP (3); All-Campus Softball; Soccer Club; Debate Team. Herbert Sidney Goldberg 2:am Asheville, N. C. Engr. Gen. Hillel; I.Z.F.A.; I.R.E.; Radio Club; Monogram Club; Varsity Track (1,2, 3, 4), Co-Captain (4). ' Robert Abram Goodman, " tEII Indianapolis, Ind. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society; WVWP (2, 3, 4); I.F.C. William Shreve Goodwin Apex, N. C. Dairy Htisbandry Ag Club; Animal Industry Club; Judging Team (4). John David Goss Mebane, N. C. Tex. Mgt. Dormitcjry Assistant (3); Student Council ( 4 ) ; Cadet Officers ' Asso- ciation. Wiley Larrie Gouge, Jr. Asheville, N. C. Tex. Mgt. Intramural Athletic Director oi ' ' I ' railwood; Chairman of Students Inlr;iniiirals Advisory Board. J Andrew Mike Goulo SmithHeld. X. C. lech. Engr. A.S.H.V.E. Billy Ross Graham Norman, N. C. Aiiifihil Ind. As; Club; Animal Irulustr Club, John O. W. Gravely Woodsdale, N. C. Agr. Engr. A.S.A.E.; Ao Club; V.M.C.A. Horace Joseph Green Morrisvillc, N. C. Forestry C ' g ' O Xi Sigma Pi (3, 4); Ranger (4); Forestry Club (I, 2, i, 4). John Harry Grier, K2 Statesville, N. C. Ch ' il Engr. QuENTiN Lewis Griffin Spindale, N. C. Cer. Engr. Treasurer A.C.S. Thomas Snyder Griffin Elizabeth City, N. C. Forestry (Lumber Prod. AWsg.) Forestry Club (2, 3, 4). William Vance Griffin New Bern, N. C. Forest Mgt. Football (1); Inlramural Sports (I. 2, 3, 4), Manager (1); Place Dorm Intramural Team (2, 3); Best Dorm Intramural Manager (2); Officer Dorm Club (3, 4), Albletic Director (3, 4); Forestry Club. Beecher H. Grose Harmony. N. C. Animal hid. Ag Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Animal Industr) ' Club (3. 45. Robert W ' ilber Gross Valley Stream, . Y. Forestry Harry Grossman, Jr. Kannapolis. N. C. Textiles Irving William Cower. - ' I ' l " Crecnvilie. N. C. Cer. Engr. American Ceramic Society; Scab- and Blade; Prop and Wing; Chairman Junior-Senior Dance, Class ' 50. 71 m. SEniOR CLASS Joseph Thomas Gurganious Atkinson, N. C. Mech. Engr. B.S.U. Executive Council. Ronald Corbin Gyles Siler City, N. C. hid. Arti Ediiciitioii Edward Masser Hall Santa Barbara, Calif. Cix ' il Engr. Chi Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Presi- dent Chi Epsilon; Tennis Team (2), Intramural Tennis (3), Tennis Team (4); Engineers ' Council (3, 4). Richard Gustafson Biltmore, N. C. Cheni. Engr. A.I.Ch.E. (2, 3, 4), Reporter; Departmental Honor Committee Chess Club (2, 3, 4), President (4); Dorm- itory Club Representative (4). Richard Haesloop Greensboro, N. C. Ch ' il Engr. Homer Gibson Hall Salisbury, N. C. Tex. Mgt. Thomas Leland Guthrie Vanceboro, N. C. Elec. Engr. Phipps Allison Hager Statesville, N. C. Geol. Engr. A.I.M.E. Leland Frank Hall Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Engr. Heating Air Cond. Opt. A.S.M.E.; A.S.H.V.E. David Nicholson Guy Harmony. N. C. Agronomy Ag Club; Agronomy Club. Max Halber Cincinnati, Ohio Forestry Thirty and Three Treasurer; Tech- nician Circulation Manager (1, 2); Wutaii an Assistant Business Man- ager C2); Forestry Club; N. C. State C-oUege Outing Secretary-Treasurer (3. 4). Probert Monroe Hall Rocky Mount, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E.; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Pi Alpha. SEniOR CLASS [72] [ mM ri Cut Clib. ;„ (I. ' ■:■ ' N.C,Sn " m I.C. isSij " n. C. STRTE Wii 1 lAM I Ii :ni y Cohnuk II i i V ' ilniin tim, N. C Elec. Engr. Simula Pi Alpliii, Xatioiiiil X ' iLC- Pri-siclcnt; I.R.E.: AMI . W ' lIMAM SlIMMIliAI IIaLL Ari Ml. Llll.i, . C. AtuiikiI Iiullls[rv Cllilh; A Club. I Iakhy Hoyt llAisiiAn Raleigh, N. C. Engr. Gen. Dortiiil()r Ri jUfscnl.iIiM ' . Kenneth Garrison Hai. stead Norfolk, Va. Engr. Gen. William Gilmer Halstead Norfolk, Va. Tex. Mfg. Delta Kappa Phi. John Wesley Hamby Jr. Salisbury, N. G. Aar. Education William Hazel Hamilton, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Tex. Synthetics William V ' ample Hamilton Fayetteville, N. C. Cii ' i! Engr. Traihvood Council (2, 3); A.S.C.E.; . .G.C. Claude Edward Hancock Morehead City, N. C. Cer. Engr. Donald ' allace Hancock Morehead City, N. C. Ind. Arts Education Industrial .Arts Club. Eugene Boomer Hancock Winston-Salem, N. C. Elec. Engr. Phi Eta Si ma; I.R.E.; A.I.E.E. John Randolph Hancock Greensboro, N. C. Dairy Mfg. . g Club (1, 2, 3, 4); liUr.iMiuiiil Sports (1, 2, 3, 4). n. C. STATE Joseph Shipman Hancock Raleigh, N. C. Agr. Economics Technician Editor (4). Managing Editor (3). News Editor C2): Agromeck (4); Agricu tnnst De- partmental Editor (4); Publications Board (4); North Carolina Collegiate Press Association (2, 3, 4), Vice- President (4); Greater University Student Council (4); Ag Club (1, 2. 3. 4); Campus Government, Ex- Officio Member C4); Social Functions Committee (4). John Louie Hansberger. Jr. Memphis, Tenn. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi. Edwin Randolph Hansen New Bern, N. C. Tex. Chem. Dyeing Delta Kappa Phi. Joseph Jacob Harand Tenafly, N. J. Tex. Chem. DyeiHg Basketball CL 2. 3, 4); Tompkins Textile Society. Joseph Earlton Hardee Enfield, N. C. Civi! Engr. A.S.C.E. William Glenn Hardesty Newport, N. C. Agriculture George Oliver Harrell, - - ' 1 ' Raleigh, N. C. Cer. Engr. Delta Sigma Phi Chaplain; Thirty and Three; American Ceramic Society Treasurer; Teclmiciiiii Managing Edi- tor (2), Sports Editor (3); Agrq. MECK Managing Editor (2); Hand- book Sports Editor; Station WVWP; Campus Government Treasurer; Y.M.C.A. Jack M. Harrell SufFolk, Va. Cii ' il Engr. Chi Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; A.S.C.E.; Phi Eta Sigma. Wilton Dallas Harrelson Whiteville, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops) Ag Club; American Society of Agronomy. Eugene Thackel Harrill, Jr. Morganton, N. C. Textiles Edwin Sloan Harrington Lillington, N. C. Agr. (AitiiHii lid.) Ag Club. Thomas Alex Harrington, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.U.; .X.S.H.V.E.; Engineers ' Council. 5 Jesse Parker T. Harris, Jr. Vaughan, N. C. Mech. Engr. William Howard Hasty Maxton, N. C. Agr. Engr. A.S.A.E. Joseph Gregory Hays, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Tex. Mgt. Clyde V ' illiam Hart Raleigh, N. C. Tex. Mgt. Tompkins Textile Society. Joseph Cleg Hawley Lillington, N. C. Agr. Education F.F.A. James Earle Henderson, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Elec. Engr. Mu Beta Psi; A.I.E.E.; Red Coat Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Concert Band (I, 2, i, 4); Yellow Dogs. Lynn Macon Harton Fayetteville, N. C. Mech. Engr. Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Plii Eta Sigma. Lanier Cottingham Hasty AX A Laurinburg, N. C. Agronomy (FieW Crops " ) Errol Edwin Hayes, Jr. Elkin, N. C. Engr. Gen. William W. Haynes, Ai;i. Clyde, N. C. Animal hid. Animal Indiistr Club; Ag Club. Francis Richard 1 Ienry .Manchester, Mass. Tex. Mgt. Tompkins Textile Society. Milton Claude Henry Rocky Mount, N. C. Textiles [75] SEniOR CLASS David Skeen Hepler, - ' I ' Greensboro, N. C. Elec. Engr. I.R.E.; A.I.E.E. Reed Jay Hetherington Ambridge, Pa. Dairy Mfg. Ag Club. Nicus Meyron Micks Norris, Tenn. Forestry Torestry CIuli (3, 4); Pre-Forcstry Club (2). Luther Charles Hepler, Jr. Thomasville, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; Pc-p Club. Coy Hewett, Jr., TKE Wilmington, N. C. Textiles Tau Kappa Epsilon President (4); Interfraternity Council (3, 4). Brvon Boggs Higgins, AXA Shelby, N. C. Tex. Mgt. Lambda C hi Alpha President C " ); Interfrati-rnity Ciunicil (4). Raymond Martin Hepler Greensboro, N. C. Civil Engr. Beaux Arts Society (1, 2); A.S.C.E. (3, 4); Intramural Softball (1, 2, 3, 4), Wrestling (3), Football (1, 2, 3), Track (2, 3, 4). Basketball (I, 2, 3, 4); Campus Softball (1, 2, 3, 4); Best Dormitory Athlete (2); Intercol- legiate Softball (3, 4). John Burgwin Hewett Supply. N. C. Agr. Education F.F.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Ag Club (1, 2, 3. 4); B.S.U. (3, 4). John Bright Hill, Jr., K- Wilmington, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E.; Order of the Rail. Marlin Jake Herring LaGrange, N. C. Agr. Education Kappa Phi Kappa: F.F.A.; .Ag Ckib; Aorictiiturist. Gene Weldon Hewitt Myrtle Beach, S. C. Mech. Engr. John DeWitt Hill Badin, N. C. Forestry SEniOR CLRSS 76 n. C. STATE Rom in ' Alton Mill ' iliiiiiii;ti)n. N. C. Iiid. I ' .u r. S.M .; Sticii ' ly Inr tlu- .Atlviiiicc- nicnl oC Mnn;ii;fim ' nl. r.ll|}| 111 111 M i:ilSI)N 1 IlLL liiclil.iiuls, N. C. Mccli. Fiinr. lilJW All!) I IlK.II I llM s, - II i lt. Airy, i . C;. Textiles Mu Beta Psi; Tompkins ' rextilc Society; C;lec- Club (1, 4). r.USSELL MaNKINS lllNKLE Ashevillo, N. C. Tex. Mi t. Uavbokn Freeman Hinsiiaw An Liberty, N. C. Agr. Engr. A.S.A.E.; Ag Club; Scabbard and ISlaJc; Alpha Zela; Agriciiitiirisl; l),)imitt)r ' Athletic Chairman (3); I ' ep Club. Edwin Sumner Hobson, -N Salisbury, N. C. Text ' des Wade Martin Hobson Boonville, N. C. Animal Iiid. Clulden Chain Regent; Thirtv an.l Three; Scabbard and Blade; Aurkiil lio sf Business Manager (S); Wcitau- Ljiiii Associate Business Manager (2) Animal Industry Club President (4) Ag Club; Publications Board (3) t adet Officers ' Association: R.O.T.C. C:aptain (3); F.F.A.; Livestock Dav ' ice-Chairman (3). William L. Holcomb, -H Mt. Airy, N. C. Textiles Lduis Laird Holder Raleigh, N. C. Textiles AcaiOMECK Elitorial Stall ' (4); Cadet Officers ' Association (3, 4); lonipkins Textile Society. Albert John Holk. Jr. Milwaukee, Wis. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E. Jack Calie Holland Raleigh, N. C. Forestry Porestry Club. JOHN David Holland High Point, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. n. C. STATE John Michael Holland Dorchester, Mass. Tex. Mgt. Monduram Club; Tompkins Textile Society; Sigma Tau Sigma; Phi Psi; Baseball (2). Leon Holland Charles, N. C. Agronomy (FieU Crops ' ) Alpha Zeta (3, 4); Ag Club (2, 3, 4), Vice President (4); Agronomy Society (3, 4); Turlington Dormi- tory Club Secretary C3, 4); Glee Club; Masonic Club; Aariciiltiirist. James Arthur Hollinger Gastonia, N. C. Mech. Engr. Technician; Station WVVVP. James Lee Holloway, - ' I ' H Durham, N. C. Dairy Mfg. SiiMua Phi Epsilon President (4); Fraternity Intramurals (2, 3, 4); Ag Club; Memorial Tower Com- mittee. Ray Elliott Hollowell Hobbsville, N. C. Agronomy American Society of Agronomy; Ag Club. William E. Hollowell, Jr. Rocky Mount, N. C. Elec. Engr. Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Theta Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Soiil icr?! Engineer Editor (4). Sidney Ben Holt, 2X Graham, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; Textile Foriini (2, 3); Beaux Arts Society; R.O.T.C. (3, 4). Samuel Sholes Homewood Marion, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; Football (2); Track (2); Intramural Wrestling Champion (2). Earl Frank Hoover Lenoir, N. C. Civil Engr. Dorntitor ' Floor Representative and Athletic Director. James Weston Hoover Columbia, S. C. Agronomy (Fie (J Crops) American Society of Agronomy. Harvey Maynard Horne Erwin, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E. Walter Franklin Horne, Jr. Wilson, N. C. Arch. Engr. ftlUJi Hil ' ip D , .. 1 1 W ILLIAM PaRRISH HoRNE, - Charlotte, N. C. 1ml. Engr. William Calvin Howell Lenoir, N. C. Architecture B.S.U. (3, 4); . ,I,. , (3, 4). George Milliard Hughes nK P Asheville, X. C. Tex. Mgt. Phi Psi; Tucker Dormitory Publicilv Chairm.Tn; Fraternity Intramurals; Dormitory Assistant (3); Freshman Counselor (4); Pep Club; Tompkins Textile Society. i .yi Dan T. Horning, IIKA Charlotte, N. C. Textiles Earl Carlton Huband, Jr. Wilmington, N, C. Architecture Beaux .Arts Society. John Tillman Hull Cherryville, N. C. Engr. Gen. Carl Jackson Howell. Jr. Concord, N. C. Chem. Engr. Tau Beta Pi; A.I.CIi.Ii.; Engineers ' Council; Departmental Honor Com- mittee; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Tech- tticUm; Intramural Swimming. Denver Ralph Huff, Jr. Ashley Heights, N. C. Poultry Science Poultry Science Cluh: . g Club; P(iultr Judging Feam (4). V ' iLLiAM Frank Humbert, III Spray, N. C. B.S.ll. Council; Baseball (Ij. Engr. Geii. Football CO; Gordon Bert Howell Raleigh, N. C. Cer. Engr. Companion of St. Patrick (1); American C eramic Society; Keramos (3, 4), President (4). John Glenn Huffman Henderson, N. C. Tex. Mgt. Sigma Pi Alpha; Sigma Tau Sigma. Robert Ward Hunnicutt Raleigh, N. C. Ejigr. Gen. [79. SEniOR CLRSS Edwin Chambers Hunt Clyde Alma Hunter, Jr. James Robert Hunter Lewis Thomas Hunter Raleigh, N. C. Rocky Mount, N. C. Gastonia, N. C. New Bern, N. C. Gen. Engr. Animal hid. Elec. Engr. Forestry As; t:luh. Ela Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E. Forestry Club (3, 4); Leopold Wildlife Society (3). Roy Wilson Hunter Ra leigh, N. C. Edwin Harold Hutchins WiNFRED Lee Ingold Samuel Willis Inman, Jr. Chem. Engr. Raleigh, N. C. Taylorsville, N. C. Greensboro, N. C. A.I.Ch.E. Chem. Engr. Agr. Educiitioii Mech. Engr. A.I.Ch.i:. A.S.M.E.: Y.M.C.A. Board: ' ct- villc. Ernest Roger Ipock Charles Norman Isenhour Vanceboro, N. C. Lewis Roger Irvin, -H Blowing Rock, N. C. Eugene James hid. Rural Recretilion Rockingham, N. C. Elec. Engr. Bethel, N. C. Masf.nic C ' lub; I.R.C-. Gen. Engr. I.R.E. Agr. Educution SEniOR CLRSS [80] n. C. STRTE NoHMAN CltAUTOltl) jAMliS, Jll. All ' Statc ' s illc, N. v. Dairy iis jiim ry i; (lull (I, 2, i, 4). I ' n-siiU ' iil (4). Wii.BiiHN VV. Jamison, Ju. Hendcrsonvillc, N. C. litd. Engr. Kennktu Allen Jenkins Ashcviilc. N. C. Tex. Chem. Dyeing Tdtnpkins Tcxtili ' Society; A.A.T.C.C Carl Scott Jennings, Jr. Greenville, Miss. Elec. Engr. I.R.E.; A.I.E.E. Raymond Kennon Jernigan Mount Olive, N. C. Agronomy (Fie d Crops ' ) Garland Ralph Jobe Greensboro, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E. (2, 3. 4). Arthur Eugene Johnson Charlotte, N. C. Mech. Engr. Beverly Macias Johnson Lake wood, N. J. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Dennis Laughto.n Johnson Burlington, N. C. Te. . Mgt. Phi Psi. Harold Gibson Johnson Winston-Salem, N. C. Gen. Engr. John Frank Johnson, Jr., - ' M Winston-Salem, N. C. Tex. Mfg. Richard Thomas Johnson Henderson, N. C. hid. Engr. Theta Tau; Society for the Ad- vancement of Management; I- ' ootball (1, 2, 3, 4). n. C. STATE James Gayloed Johnston Roper, N. C. Gen. Engr. Glee Cluh (3). Bernice L. Jones Beaufort, N. C. Elec, Engr. A.I.E.E. (3, 4); I.R.E. Bettye Harris Jones Raleigh, N. C. Textiles Kuppa Sigma Phi President; Agro- MECK (4); Watatigan (1); Textile Honor Committee (,2, 3), Secretary. Charles Maurice Jones Bernie, Mo. Elec. Engr. Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Pi Alpha; Glee Club (1); A.I.E.E.; Prop and Wing; Phi Kappa Phi. Charles Wesley Jones, Jr. niCA Henderson, N. C. Textiles Henderson Club (2. 3, 4). Decatur Jones, Jr. Burgaw, N. C. Agr. Education F.F.A.; Ag Club. Fred W. Jones Rocky Mount, N. C. Elec. Engr. I.R.E. Frederick Wallace Jones Morehead City, N. C. Tex. Synthetics Cadet Officers ' Association; Delta Kappa Phi; Textitc Forum; Campus Government; Tompkins Textile So- ciety; Textile Honor Committee. John R. Jones Pilot Mountain, N. C. .Agr. Economics Ralph Abel Jones Leaksville, N. C. Gen. Engr. Ray Elwin Jones Greensboro, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.l- ' .I ' :.; l.R.H. Publicitv C ' onunitlce. Rkginald Haywood Jones, -X Roxboro, N. C. Engr. Gen. Scabbard and Blade; Technician Business Staff (2). h rM ) Richard Gaston Jones McCain, N. C. Gen. Engr. J. Walter Joseph. Jr. VV ' inston-Salem. X. C. Mech. Engr. Vata» an (1, 2. i, 4); Tecltiliciun C4); A.S.M.E. (3, 4); Cadet Offi- cers ' Assuciation (5, 4); Wesley Foundation (I, 2, 3, 4). Robert Chandler Jones, nK I Charlotte, N. C. Civil Ettgr. Bobby Lawrence Jovner Raleigh. N. C. Ceramics Keramns; American Ceramic Society. Robert H. W. Jones Greensboro, N. C. Mech. Eiii!,r. Herbert Kahan, -AM Port Chester, N. Y. Eorestry Carlos Yates Jordan Gary, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Milton Sam Katsifos, TKE .Martinsville, Va. Tex. Synthetics Tompkins Textile Society; Intra- niurals (3, 4). Emanuel Katzin, AEII Winston-Salem, N. C. Tex. Synthetics Textile Forum; U.N.C. (I, 2); llillel; I.Z.F.A. President (3); Tomp- kins Textile Society; Intramural Soft- ball. Joseph IIountha Kavler Gastonia, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Ray Antjerson Kayler Gastonia, N. C. Gen. Engr. I Iarold Franklin Keels Greensboro, N. C. Tex. Chem. Dyeing A.A.T.C.C. 83 SEniOR CLASS Joseph Monroe Keever Raleigh, N. C. Elec. Engr. Phi Eta Sigma: A.I.E.E.; Eta Kappa Kenneth Eugene Kehr Brodbeck, Pa. Mech. Engr. Pi Tau Siuma; A.S.M.E. Vernon Douglas Kemp Farmville, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E. Henry Ernest Keniston Manchester, N. H. Elec. Engr. Pi Mil Epsilon; Phi Lambda Phi. l WiLLARD Harvey Kennedy Warsaw, N. C. Elec. Engr. Eta Kappa Nu; Bridge Correspondent. Eugene Russell Kenney Dayton, Ohio Mech. Engr. Phi Eta Sigma; A.S.M.E.; Intra- murals (I. 2, 3); Athletic Director Vetville (3). Thomas Alvin Kepley, TKH Hickory, N. C. Gen. Engr. Tennis Manager 1, 2, 3, 4). Lester Lyndon Key Hickory, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Worth Merlin Key Mt. Airy, N. C. Textiles Eugene Oliver Kiger Raleigh. N. C. Elec. Engr. Nobles Lee Killebrew Greensboro, N. C. Tex. Synthetics Tompkins Textile Society. Robert John Kimley New Bern, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. SEniOR CLASS 84- V n. C. STATE C " ii-()iu;i; Wesley King Clinton, N. C. r. liduLiilKJii Dant ' orth Senior Scholarship Win ikt; Stiult-nl (iovernnicnt ( . , 4); A Clul) (I, 2, i. 4); I-.l.A. lU-portiT (2), Treasurer (4); Wesley roiinda tion (. , 4): Monnr C ' oniniillee C ' hair- iiian. William lUii us Kinc. Newton Grove, N. V. Agr. Editcation liiDMAS EusEnuis KiKllV. Jll. AX A Raleigh, N. C. Textiles WiNFRED McGee Kirkman 2X Greensboro, N. C. Mech. Engr. Robert Michael Kiser, Jr. Bessemer City, N. C. Mech. Engr. Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; I.Ae.S. James Merrell Kitchens Winston-Salem, N. C. Elec. Engr. Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Sueial Functions Committee (I, 2, 3, 4); Cadet Officers ' Association Secretary, President (2); Engineers ' Council (4); A.I.E.E.; I.R.E. Frank Charles Kluge Portsmouth, Va. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E.; Phi Eta Sigma. James William Kluttz China Grove, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Robert Calvin Knight Hillsboro, N. C. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society; Baseball (2). Benjamin Franklin Knott Clarksville, Va. Agr. Engr. Delta Sigma Phi President (2). William Archibald KNinr Sanford, N. C. Civil Engr. Campus Boxing Tournament (1); A.S.C.E.; Honor Council (2). PliAKASIl C. K(K IIIIAR India Te. (i e.s Phi Lta Sigma; D.irniitory .Assis- tant (2. •!, 4). n. C. STATE Robert Copper Kornegay Smithfield, N. C. Forestry Fiirestr ' Club. RiFAT Adib Kotob Damascus, Syria Tex. Weaving Design ing Cosmopolitan Club. Wallace Lee Krueger Charlotte, N. C. Tex. Mgt. Delta Kappa Phi. Ralph Chalmus Kurfees Mocksville, N. C. Vocational Education F.F.A.; Ag Club. Bernard M. Ladd. -X Whitakers, N. C. hid. Arts Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Industrial Arts Club. Charles Ray Ladd Gastonia, N. C. Tex. Mfg. Harold Boykin Lamb Garland, N. C. Animal hid. Leon Henry Lamb, Jr. Garland, N. C. Animal liid. Harris Robert Lambe Asheboro, N. C. Architecture Military Band (1, 2); Red Coat Band (I, 2); Concert Band (1, 2); Champion of St. Patrick (1); Mayor of Trailvvood (3). Maurice Hall Lamm Lucama, N. C. Engr. Ceil. John Gherhard Lampe X9 Raleigh, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club (2, 3, 4), Treasurer (3); Technician (2, 3, 4), Assistant Sports Editor (4); PiKeliim (3, 4). George James Lamprinakos Asheville, N. C. Textiles General f i Arthur Kiernan Lamson David Lane Lawrence Jubin Lane Raymond Neil Lane Raleigh. N. C. Bostic, N. C. Morganton, N. C. Wilson, N. C. Tex. A gf. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E.; Engineers ' Council (3, 4), Elec. Engr. Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nii; Textiles Secretary (4); Inter-Dormitory Coun- A.I.E.E. cil; President ' atauoan Dormitory ' Club; Southern Engineer. Robert Earl Lang Plainfield, N. J. Texiilei Charles Xoble Langston Edgar Joseph Lanious, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Engr. I.Ae.S. Secretary. James Rich. rd Largo Monroe, N. C. Elec. Engr. Tompkins Textile Society. Durham, N. C. Agr. Education J. Edward Latta Bruce Mackay Larrabee, Jr. Fred Terrell Lathers Durham. N. C. Lakewood. X. J. David Ray Lassiter Horseheads, N. Y. Agronomy Mech. Engr. Mebane, N. C. Mech. Engr. iiory Club; Agronomy Club; Dorm Assistant (3); Freshman Coun- . .S.M.E. Textiles Masonic Club. sclor C4). [87] SEniOR r» 1 n c c U L H o o " " Richard George Lawrence Asheville, N. C. Cer. Engr. American Ceramic Society (2, 3, 4); Keramos (3, 4); Band (4). Robert Isaac Lee Raleigh, N. C. Gen. Engr. Baseball (1, 2). Gerard Eugene Leonard Lexington, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E. Paul Gordon Lea Elizabeth Bobbitt Lee James Frederick Lee Laurinburg, N. C. Lumberton, N. C. Four Oaks, N. C. Textiles Architecture Agr. Engr. Baseball (1, 4); Monogram Club A. I. A.; Beaux Arts Society; Cheer- (1, 2, 3, 4). leader; Pep Club. Sanford Howard Lee Pink Hill, N. C. Agr. Education Evans Scates Leinbach New Bern, N. C. Robert Alexander Lentz Salisbury. N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E. John Lawrence Leonard Durham, N. C. Civil Engr. Scabbard and Blade (2, 3, 4); Benjamin Daughtridge Lewis A.S.C.E. (3, 4); Wataugan CD; Station WVW ' P (1, 2); Domitory Raleigh, N. C. George William Lewis Assistant (3); Building Manager (4); Forestry Raleigh, N. C. .Vdvanced R.O.T.C. Drill Instructor; Cadet Officers ' Association (1, 2). Wrestling (1. 2, 3). Agr. Economics SEniOR CLRSS 88 n. C. STRTE Wii.i.iAM Francis Lewis Hocky Point. N. C. Horticiihiirc W ' ii LiAM Layman Li; vis lli)bgo()d, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.i:. (2. . , 41. John Luu Linduh, Jii. Greensboro, N. C Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. J. CK L. Link. AM New York. N. Y. Tex. Chem. Dyeing Siym.-i Pi . lpha; Sij;nia Tau Sigma; A.. .T.C.C.; Tompkins Textile So- eietv: Red C ' oat Band; Watattgau. Lawrence Jay Linker, " I ' Kn New York, N. Y. Textiles Stati.m WVWP (2, 3): Tumpkins Textile Sdcicly; A.A.T.C.C. Duard C. Linn, Jr., -N ' Landis, N. C. Cer. Engr. Sotilhcrii Engineer (3, 4); Ameri- can Ceramic Society (2, 3, 4), Presi- dent (4); Engineers ' Council (3, 4), ice President (■•); Theta Tau (3, 4); Departmental Honor Committee (3); Knight of St. Patrick; Engineers Ball Chairman (4). Alfred Scales Linthicum Raleigh, N. C. Ind. Arts Editcation Kappa Phi Kappa; Cadet Officers ' Association; Scabbard and Blade; Industrial Arts Club. John Beauregard Lippard Belmont, N. C. Landscape Arch. .Masonic Club; Student Government. Bruce Cornell Little Durham, N. C. Arch. Education Silas Judson Little, Jr.. AT ' P Charlotte, N. C. Agr. Education Alpha Zcta; Kappa Phi Kappa; r.I-.. . Secretary; g Club; Inter- fralernity Council. IIeimo Roland Litzaw Temple City, Cal. Elec. Engr. t jlilornia Scholarship lederation; I ' .phebians; A.I.E.E. Anson Bruce Liverman, Jr. AS Hampton, Va. Mech. Engr. A.S.II.V.E.; A.S., LE.: Debate learn (2). n. C. STATE Herbert Pershing Livingston Granite Falls, N. C. Mech. Engr. Baseball (2. 3). Hester Stacy Livingston Granite Falls, N. C. Mech. Engr. Baseball (2). Carl Thomas Lloyd Oxford, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Harold Brown Lloyd Raleigh, N. C. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society. Harry Akins Lockemer Gates Mills, Ohio Foresfry Ernest Eugene Loftin Trenton, N. C. Engr. Gen. Jack Raymond Long Greensboro, N. C. Civil EKgr. Theta Tau; Cbi Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; A.S.C.E. James Madison Lorick, Jr. Asheville, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E.; Cadet Officers ' Associa- tion; R.O.T.C. Richard Wesley Lov Burlington, N. C. Agr. Education Paul Leon Lovington Hempstead, L.. L, N. Y. Mech. Engr. Theta Tau; Engineers ' Council; A.S.M.E.; I.Ae.S. John Theodore Lowrimore nKA Wilmington, N. C. Ind. Engr. S.I.E. (3, 4); Secretary Pi Kappa Alpha (4). luLiAN Manies Lynch Charlotte, N. C. Elec. Eiigr. A.l.E.E. I Zeno Garland Lyon, Jr. Plymouth. N. C. Ehc. Eiigr. Radiu .Amateur Club; Honor Co mittec; I.R.E. Thomas Grant Macon JMt. Airy, N. C. Textiles Svme Dormitory President (4); Inter- Dormitory Council. James T. Maddrey, Jr., . - ' I ' Ellerbe, N. C. Elec. Engr. Mu Beta Psi; Technician; Agro- meck; Yellow Dogs (1, 2, 3, 4); Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4), President (3), Secretary (4). Richard Daley ' Mahone Williamsburg. Va. Horl ' iculture Forestry Club (1, 2, 3), Vice-Presi- dent (4); Monogram Club; Pinctiiin; Agromeck; Slabs and Edgijtgs; Track (1, 2, 3, 4); Vice-President Ag Fair; Forestr - Graduate. Clarence Edward Mancum Ahoskie, N. C. hid. Eiiar. Junius Adolphus Mangum Salisbury, N. C. Mech. Engr. I.Ae.S. Abe Marion Carthage, N. C. Agr. Ediicatinii Joseph Howard Marion Denver, Colo. Agronomy Phi Sigma. Guy Philip Marley Pleasant Garden, N. C. Dairy Mfg. Dairy Cattle Judging Team (4); A.. Club. Wilson Benson Marsh, Jr. Marshville, N. C. Elec. Engr. I.R.E.; Charlotte Club; R.O.T.C. John Lester Marshburn, Jr. Wilmington, N. C. Tex. Synthetics Technician. V ' illiam Herman Masiiuurn Gastonia, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E.; Prop and Wing, Wing Commander (3); Cadet Officers ' Asso- ciation; Track (1). 91 SEniOR CLRSS Thomas Fuller Marshall, 2X Tulsa, Okla. Archilectitre America n Institute of Atcliitects. Nelson Stroud Martin Winston-Salem, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Joseph Henry Mason, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. Tex. Mgt. William Donald Mason Princeton, N. C. Engr. Gen. I Felix Darius Masten Winston-Salem, N. C. Engr ' . Gen. A.S.M.E. Harvey Myers Masters Winston-Salem, N. C. Elec. Eiiar. I.R.E. Billy Jess Massey Oklahoma City, Okla. Architecture Philip Roscoe Matthews Gates, N. C. Mech. E 2gr. Cumpaniun of St. Patrick (2); Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; I.Ae.S.; A.S.M.E.; Phi Kappa Phi. Kenneth Edgar Mauney Cherryville, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Karl Bernard Mayer, Jr. Weaverville, N. C. Engr. Gen. Frank Parker iMeacham, . ' 1 ' I ' Ralcii h, N. C. Forestry Forestr ' Cliili; Viuetmn. William Burdette Meares Lake View, S. C. Agronomy QField Crops) Ag Club; .American Society ul .Agronomists. SEniOR CLRSS 92 I n. C. STATE BuNNiu CiiAHLi;s Mi-iiki ii Jonc ' sboro, Ark. Forestry jllllN W ' ll I lAM iMlilKS Or.qxT. . C:. Agr. l-iliicnli(iii RP.A.; Ak Cliih. ' iLiK.i; Maiic:iis AltiLIiTON Shrc ' vcport, La. Angus Wilton Mihcki! Pink Hill, N. C. Agr. Ettgr. A.S.A.E. (2, i, 4), Treasurer (3); Ai; tliib. Harry Louis Merceb Burlington, N. C. Tex. Chem. Dyeing Delta Kappa Phi; A.A.T.C ' .C:. Wilbur Goodvkah iMLimnr Robbins, N. C. Civil Engr. Tail lieta Pi; Chi Epsilun; A.S.C.H. John Revel Michael Haddonfield. N. J. Engr. Gen. B.S.U. (4). Robert Milton Michael Lawndale, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E. Clayton Howard Milks Greensboro, N. C. Tex. Mgt. limipkins TL ' Xtilf Socictv; l hi Psi James Asiiby Milllr Gastonia, N. C. Agr. Engr. A.S.A.E. Lawrence Haywood Miller Wilkesboro, N. C. Agr. Economics Agricuhurisi; .Ag Cluh; Cackl OIK ccrs ' .Association. T ' liuiiMAN Greene Miller, Jr. Jefferson, N. C. Agr. Engr. A.S.A.E.; Ag Cluh. n. C. STATE Arthur William Millers i:)()lgoville, N. Y. Forestry I ' hi Lki Sigma; luicMry C:luh. James Frederick Mills Wilmington, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E.; Scabbard and Blade; Prop and Wing. William Cleabon Mills, Jr. Apex, N. C. Poiiltry Science Poultry Science Club; Ag Club. Harvey Eugene Millsaps AFP Raleigh, N. C. Dairy Mfg. Alpha Zeta; Tbirty and Three; Ag Club; Campus G( ernnient (1, 2). Virgil Graham Mills, Jr., 2X Raleigh, N. C. Ind. Engr. Arch Regent Golden Chain; Presi- dent Thirty and Three; Blue Key; Tau Beta Pi; Theta Tau; A.S.M.E.; Campus Government Representative CI), Treasurer (Summer— 2); Vice- Chairman Student Government of Greater Uni ersity (3). Charles M. Mitchell, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Mech. Engr., Aero. Opt. Secretary Pi Tau Sigma; Sigma Pi Alpha; Phi Eta Sigma; A.S.M.E. Robert Harris Mitchell Winston-Salem, N. C. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society (1, 2, 3, 4). James Louis Mobley Raleigh, N. C. Civil Engr. Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E.; Intramural Football, Boxing, Wrestling (1, 2). Joseph Edmunds Monroe Winston-Salem, N. C. Engr. Gen. Letcher Wilton Monroe Eagle Springs, N. C. Textiles— Synthetics Opt. Tompkins Textile Society; Cadet Officers ' Association. Thomas Andrew Monroe Laurinbiirg, N. C. Engr. Gen. Edward Clarence Moon. Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Forestry MS Adrian Wallace Moore. Jr. :;x Orlando . Fla. Agriculture ( Horticulture ' ) ■ Secretary Horticulture Club (4); Secretary ' -Treasurer Syme Dorm Club (4); Inter-Dormitory Council (4); Ag Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Wesley Foundation (1, 2, i, 4). IIazll lUioHES Moore, IIKI " Charlotte. . C. Iiid. Engr. Society for the Advancement of Management; S.I.E. U ' lLLiAM Andrew Moore Brid evvater, Conn. Arch. Engr. Clyde Wilbur Moore, -X Morehead City, N. C. Cheiti. Engr. Theta Tau; Scabbard and I ' ladc; A.I.Ch.E. Henry Clem Moore. Jr. Reidsvillc, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E. William Holt Moore Raleigh, N. C. Civil Engr. T ' heta Tau; .A.S.C.E. Treasurer (3); W ' tville (in crnment (2). David Ray Moore Hurdle Mills, N. C. Agr. Engr. A.S.A.E.; . g Club. John Monroe Moore, IIK.V Mt. Holly, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.I " . Fred Allen Morgan Gold Hill, N. C. Mech. Engr, George Jefferson Moore Myrtle Beach, S. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Paul Edward Moore Morehead City, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Jesse Pierpont Morc;an, Jr. i:x Wilson, N. C. Ind. Arts E duciilion Kappa Pbi Kappa President (4). iii [95: SEniOR CLASS Samuel Lamar Morgan Angier, N. C. Elec. Engr. Sigma Pi Alpha; A.I.E.E. Arcus Free Morris, Jr. Salisbury, N. C. Tex.— Synthetics Opt. Robert Gilbert Morrison Statesville, N. C. Mech. Ettgr. Ag Club; Animal Industry Club; Alternate, Dairy Cattle Judging Team; 1949. Cola Reinzi Morris, 2N Raleigh, N. C. Ind. Engr. Monogram Club; S.I.E.; Prop and Wing; Swimming (1, 2, 3, 4). Charles Lamb Morton Washington, N. C. Engr. Gen. John L. Mostiler Spartanburg, S. C. T ex.— Synthetics Opt. ' I ' cnnpkins Textile Societ) ' ; IJelta Kappa Phi. Carol Bea Mollis Monroe, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E.; I.R.E. SEDIOR CLRSS 96 n. C. STRTE FllANK MuLVANEY Ashovillc, N. C. liniir. (I ' fii. John Emlhson Murdocik, Jii. Raleigh, N. C. Textiles W 11 1 lAM David Miihdoc k Moorcsvillc. N. C. Textiles IXIi.i K. pp. I ' h James Leo MiiiiPiiv, ju. Rocky Mount, N. C. Civil Engr. Mu Beta Psi; A.S.C.E.; nccicoat Band; Orchestra; Aquinas Club; Intra- mural Football (2, 3, 4). Raymond Baker Murray, Jr. Norfolk, Va. hid. Engr. S.I.H.; Society for the Ad ancement of tXIanagement. Charles Alfred Musser Frankford, W. Va. Forestry Golden Chain; Blue Key; Alpha Zeta; Xi Sigma Pi; Thirty and Three; Monogram Club Secretary (3); For- estry Club; Vice-President Campus Government; Student Goyernment of Greater University; Football (2, 3, 4). All State (2, 3). All Southern (2, 3. 4), Honorable Mention All .American (3); Most Valuable Player .Award (3); Wrestling (2. 3, 4). Frank Edwards AIuth Raleigh, N. C. Eugr. Gen. Frank Erwin MacManus, KA Pclham Manor. N. Y. Textiles Football (I); Basketball (1); Presi- dent Kappa .Alpha (2); Interfraler- nity Council (2, 3). John Leach iMacNeill, AX. Ma. ton, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Joseph Rkiiard MoAnhlty Racford, N. C. Civi! Engr. Chi Ivpsiion; Tau Beta Pi; Fngi- neers ' Council; .A.S.C.E. i James Harrill McBrayer, Jr. r la B :: h S 1 1 1 Hampton, Va. 1 Agr. Eugr. •4 . .S.A.F.; . g Club. Tho.mas Morris McCall Barium Springs, N. C. g: Rural Sociology s y i ■ Cross Country Team (2). )M ■■i 1 n. C. STATE Richard Harrison McCaskill Henderson. N. C. Engr. Gen. William LeRoy McCleney Chadbourn, N. C. Agr. Educatiou James Clifford McConnell Boone, N. C. Mech. Engr. Pi Tau Sigma; Appalachian State Teachers College (1, 2). Pope McCorkle, Jr., KA Memphis, Tenn. Textiles Phi Psi. William Dickins McCorkle KA Memphis, Tenn. Tex. Mgt. Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau Sigma; Phi Psi. William Harris McCord Huntersville, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Marcus Gerald McCoy Snow Hill, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Thomas Lyonell McCrory BartlesviUe. Okla. Architecture Daniel Frederick McCulloch nK Charlotte, N. C. Mech. Engr. Pi 1 au Sigma Treasurer; Scabhard i.nd Blade Secretary; Departmental Honor Committee (3); Treasurer Pi K-ppa Phi C3). Arthur Columbus McCurry Weaverville, N. C. Ponhry Science Larry Brown McDade Hillsboro. N. C. Cit ' i! Engr. I ' hi 1 1.1 Sigma President; Tau Beta Pi President; Chi Epsilon; Theta Tau; A.S.C.E. President; Engineers ' Coun cil; Blue Key. Edward Hal McDonald llnaUa, N. C. liiii. , rl.s- Education Treasurer Industrial .Arts Clul) (3). Ihdt I jA.MtS DuFFtE McDo.NALU Mocksville. N. C. Textiles— Kititling Opt. linnpkins Textile Society. Ellsworth McGowan Canton, IS ' . C. Igr. Biol. Chemistry .X.I.ChE.; .Ag Club; Agricuhural Biological Chemistry Club. H.AROLD Francis McKnicht China Grove. . C. Mech. Engr. Theta Tau; A.S.M.E.; Intramural Athletic Director (3): Intramural Bnard (4); L.S.A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Local President (4), Area and Regional Vice President (4); P.R.C. (4); Tngineers ' Council (4). ViRGiL Dewey McDonald Cherokee, N. C. Forestry— Timber Mgt. Forestry Club. William Butler McIntyre Red Oak, N. C. Civil Eiigr. A.S.C.E.; Monogram Club; liatk (1); Intramural Sports. Wade Cameron McLean. TKK Addor. X. C. Elec. Eitgr. A.I.E.E.i I.R.E. Virgil Enlow McDowell, Jr. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Te.xtiles Tompkins Textile Society; Dormi- tor ' Wrestling. Herbert Pope McKim. -If Wilson, W C. Architecture Treasurer Beaux .Arts Society (4); Junior Chapter . .l. A. John Blui AULeod Robbin. N. C. Agr. Economics . g Club (3, 4). Neill a. McFarland, Jr.. . i ' l ' Greensboro, N. C. Aninuil litil. Y.lM.C.A.; Ag Club; Treasurer . iiimal Industry Club. Julius Van McKinnev, Jr. TKK Hickory, N. C. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society; Intra nural Dormitory l-oolball (1, 2). John J. Pershing McLeod Lilhngton, N. C. Aiiiiuiil Iiicl. Ag Club; F.I-.. A.; .Animal Industry Club. [Ill [99; SEniOR CLASS Neill Alexander McLeod Aberdeen, N. C. Agroiiouiy Ag Club (1, 2, 3, 4); American Society of Agronomy (3, 4)j - g " - cidlitrht (2, 3, 4). George W. McManaway, Jr. AsheviUe, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E.; Engineers ' C ' nuncil C4). Calvin Wingate McMillan Stedraan, N. C. Agr. Educnt ' ioii Emmet Price McMillan Jr. Greenville, Miss. Forestry Forestry Club. Kenneth Watson McNeill Raeford, N. C. Agronomy (Fie d Crops) Jack Henry McQuinn, II K Lincolnton, N. C. Engr. Gen. Sciibbard and Blade; Prop an;i Wing; Techniciciti; Engineering Rep- resentatiye to Student Go crnment (4); Greater Universit ' Student Council. Thomas Eldridge McPhail AFP Tomahawk, N. C. Agr. Engr. Ag Club; A.S.A.E.; Y.M.C.A.; Circulation Manager A.S.A.E. Na- litjnul Student Joiirnnt. Allen Stuart McRimmon AXA Rowland. N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. William Lester McPhail, Jr. Tomahawk, N. C. Agr. Ecluccitioii F.F.A. (3, 4;); Ag Club (2, 3, 4). Laiich Dixon McKinnon. Jr. Laurinburg, N. C. Textiles Intramural Fonthall, Dasketball, Softball (3, 4). Bernie Garrett McQueen ATP Ellerbe, N. C. Dairy Mfg. . g Club; V.M.C.V. Al Gene Nance Raleioh, N. C. Engr. Gen. SEniOR CLASS 100 ' ■A n. C. STATE R()i)i:iiT F. V. Nardiiii.o. TKIC Baysick ' , L. I.. N. Y. Texlih ' K-Syiilliclici (); . Trc;isllrer A(|U:iiiis C ' luh (2, 3); Iiitrnmurnis (1, 2. 3, 4); Swimming (1). Tommy C.ibhon Nasii iMarslivillc, N. C. Textiles— Wx ' g. Desi iiiita Opt. Wallach King Nave Asheville, N. C. Agr. Education Ag Club; F.F.A.; l!.if;wi-ll l)„rmi tory Cluli. Artiuih Uynum Neal, II K A Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Textiles Ben Jones Neal ReidsviUe, N. C. Agr. Education InlLiiuinils (I. 2, i. 4); All- Campus Siiflball C4); Yellow Drju Club; Ag Club; F.F.A. Christopher C. Nelson. Jr. Washington, N. C. Engr. Gen. Charles Renfrow Newsom Raleigh, N. C. Textiles— Synthetics Opt. Tompkins Textile Society; Textile Forum (3. 4). Gilbert Edwin Newton Yonkers. N. Y. Textiles Sitjma Tau Sigma; Delta Kappa Phi; Scabbard and Blade; Cadet Offi- cers ' Association President (4); Te. " - lilf Fortitn; Campus C;o ernment Sec retary (4). Charles Henry Nintzel Flushing, N. Y. Te. (i cs— Syiil iclics Opt. James Thomas Noe Wilson, N. C. Cer. Engr. American Ceramic S iciety Secrc lary (4). John Stanford Noell Raleigh, N. C. Agr. Biol. Chemistry Gamma Sigma Upsilon; Society of Agricultural Cllemists. PiU HARD Mil LIARI) NoRRELL IIK I Wheaton, 111. Textiles Sigma Tau Sigma; Phi Psi; Mono- gram Club; Tompkins Textile Society; Baseball (2, 3, 4); President Sigma lau Sigma (4). n. C. STATE Jesse Raymond Nokris, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Architecture A.I.A.; Beaux Arts Society: Watau- gan; AgrOmeck. Joseph Wilkins Norwood, KA Raleigh, N. C. Cer. Engr. American Ceramic Society (I, 2, ?, 4); Companion of St. Patrick (1): Agromeck (3). David Bovven Oden, Jr. ' inston-Salem. N. C. Architecture A.I.A. Waldo Idol Oehman Winston-Salem, N. C. Mech. Engr., Aero. Opt. TrcLisiirer I.Ae.S. (4). Hartford Baker Oliver Conway, S. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. George Willock O ' Neal Elizabeth City, N. C. Agr. Education Kappa Phi Kappa; .Ag Cluii; F.F.A. Reporter (3). Robert Walter Osbeck Arlington, S. D. Gen. Engr. A.I.Cli.E. Thomas Zack Osborne, KA Sparta, N. C. Civil Engr. Tlieta Tau; Chi Hpsilon; .A.S.C.E. Lemuel Lawson Osteen, ]r. Rockingham, N. C. Engr. Gen. Robert Cathey Overbey Rocky Mount, N. C. Forestry Thomas Alexander Owen Kingsport, Tenn. Textiles James Neal Owens, Jr., -X Charlotte, N. c ' . Chem. Engr. Sigma Pi Alpha; Phi Eta Sioma; A.I.Ch.E.; Y.M.C.A.; Ilcnnlhnnk. James Robert Padgett Black Mountain. N. C. Forestry Fureslrv Club. John Henry Palmer New Orleans, La. Engr. Gen. Chester Arthur Parker Durham, N. C. Architecture A. I. A. Cyril Dyke Page HHO Northficld, Minn. Textiles Edwin David Palmgren. Ai I Winston-Salem, N. C. Elec. Etigr. Delta Sigma Phi Secretary (3), President (4); Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Theta Tau; Blue Key; Scab- bard and Blade; Electrical Engineers Honor Committee; Rille Team (1, 2). Captain (2); A.I.E.E. Secretar) ' (3), Chairman (4); Cadet Officers ' Asso- ciation. James Scott Parker Marion, N. C. Textiles Sigma Tau Sigma; Tompkins Tex- tile Society; B.S.U. Paul Leonard Painter Raleigh, N. C. Agr. Economics Av Club. Chris Pappas, Jr., X4 ' Charlotte, N. C. Textiles Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau Sigma; Kappa Kappa Psi; AIu Beta Psi; Band President (3); Glee Club; Orchestra. Richard Moore Parker Rocky Mount. N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E.; I.R.E.; Theta Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Xu; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi. Carlos Palazuelos Mexico, D.F. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society; Aquinas Club; Cosmopolitan Club; Soccer (2, 3, 4); Handball (3); Swimming (2); Volleyball (2). Ralph Edw. rd Pardue, All ' Yadkinxille. X. C. Dairy Husbandry Scabbard and Blade; Ag Club; .Animal Industry Club; Cadet Offi- cers " .Association; .Meul ami Milk tlm Scientific Way (3); Intramurals (1, 2. 3, 4); Departmental Honor Coun- cil. William Walter Paiuusm A:i: l V ' endell, N. C. Agr. Economics Wrestling (3, 4). [103] SEniOR CLRSS John Parnag Cleo Nick Parthemos Louis Ralph Pasquale William Henry Patrick. Jr Fresno, Cal. Asheville, N. C. Wilmington, Del. IIKA Chem. Engr. Tex. Chem. Dyeing Chem. Engr. Gastonia, N. C. A.I.Ch.E.; Outing Club; Agromeck A.A.T.C.C.; Ddrniitorv Club; Pep A.I.Ch.E. Textiles (3); Football (1); Wrestling (4). Club. Richard Lee Patterson Benjamin F. Patterson Charles Connolly Patterson Joseph Davis Patterson, -X Asheville, N. C. Hiddenite, N. C. Newton. N. C. Wilson. N. C. Elec. Engr. Dairy Huihcmdry Textiles Elec. Engr. Philip Durwood Pearce Connor Blain Patton Earl Brown Payne Zebulon, N. C. Sanford, N. C. Boone, N. C. John Franklin Payne Cer. Engr. Civil Engr. Civil Engr. Charlotte. N. C. American Ceramic Society ' ict A.S.C.E. A.S.C.E. Textiles President (4). SEniOR CLRSS 104 i n. C. STRTE Cmahi.i;s Smiim Peahson Uocky Mount, N. C. Mech. r.Hjir. Wri-llinij (2); Cross C " i)llnlrv (2). Jijsi I ' ll 1 1(11 I I ' lAsi:, KA Charlotte, N. C. Textiles C ' lvue Douglas I ' lihuiN Princeton, N. C Agronomy (_Field Crops ' ) Au Club; Agronomy Club. I lowELL Rhodes Peele W ' illiamston, N. C. Engr. Gen. . lu Beta I ' si; Yellow Dog Club; Masonic Club; Glee Club (1, 2); Orchestra (1, 2); Red Coat Band (1, 2. 3. 4). Vice President (4). Robert Gibbon Pendek, KA Charlotte, N. C. Textiles William Zadock Penland, Jr. Asheville, N. C. bid. Engr. Phi Eta Sigma; Society for . d- ancement of Management; S.I.H.; R.O.T.C. (1, 2, i, 4); Tec lilic aji; Ar l( ?HO(iM: . GROMF.CK. Remzi Pensoy Istanbul, Turkey Textiles A.A.T.C.C; Cosmopolitan Club. Frederick James Pepoon, Jr. Clifton, N. J. Po!(!(?y Science P uiltr jii[l«;ing Team (3). Clyde Raymond Perdue Louisburg, N. C. Agr. Education Forrest Irving Peters Grafton, Mass. Cer. Engr. keramos; .American Ci-i.iinic So cietv; Phi lita Sigm;i. John Norman Peterson Raleigh, N. C. Architecture A. I. A. Michael France Peterson Green Bay, Wis. Agr. Engr. . i; Club; Pep Club. n. C. STATE Michael Petrovvski Jr.. Charlotte, N. C. Cheni. Engr. A.I.Ch.E. William Robert Phelps, Al ' P Monkton, Md. Forestry Alpha Zeta; Xi Siama; P ' uielitm C2, 3, 4), Business Manager (4); Technician (2, 3, 4), Circulation Manager (3, 4); Slabs and Edf inns (2, 3, 4), Editor (2, 3); Publications Board (4); Forestry Club; Publicity Chairman Ag Fair (3); Dance Com- mittee Ag-Engr.-Tex. Dance (3, 4); Alumni Secretary ' Alpha Gamma Rho. James Edwin Phillips Fountain, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. James Henry Phillips, Jr. Macon, Miss. Forestry Alpha Zeta; Pinetum (3, 4): Mississippi State College (1, 2). Atlas Earl Pickett, -H Spencer, N. C. Textiles Basketball (1); Baseball (1). Edward Marion Pickett Wilmington, N. C. Engr. Gen. Floyd Reid Pickett Raleigh, N. C. Ind. Engr. Technician; Manager Basketball Team (1); Society for Ad ' ancement of Manag nt; S.I.E. Donald James Pierce Norfolk, Va. Textiles William Leslie Pierce Hallsboro, N. C. Forestry William Quincy Piland LaGrange, N. C. Cii ' i! EHgr. A.S.C.E. Henry Bry-an Pittman, Jr. Snow Hill, N. C. Ind. Engr., Furniture Opt. S.I.E.; S.A.M. Robert Alexander Pittman Biscoe, N. C. Agr. Eco nomics 4 h Robert Lee Polk Winston-Salem, N. C. Tex. Chem. Dyeing A.A.T.C.C. V ' iLLiAM Claude Polk, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Textiles Sioma Tall Sionia. Archibald Eugene Poole Troy, N. C. Textiles Sam Folger Poole Greensboro, N. C. Wildlife Conservation • Mgt. Forestry Club (1, 2), Secretary- Treasurer (2); Leopold Wildlife So- ciety (3, 4), Secretary (3). Sam W. Pope Enfield, N. C. Agr. Engr. A.S.A.E.; Ag Club; Campus Cio crnment Representative (3). Clyde Bangle Poplin, Jr. Salisbury, N. C. Eiwr. Gen. John Maiier Poplin Rocky Mount, N. C. Foresfrv Monogram Club; Technicimi: Wrestling (1,2, 3, 4). llDMUNO WaDDILL PoRTER Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Engr. SignKi Pi Alpha; Phi Eta Sigma; Companion of St. Patrick. Laurence Ernest Poteat Bakersville, X. C. Mech. Engr. Theta Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; .A.S.M.K.; Intramural Sports; Cilee Club. James .McConnell Potter, Jr.. Raleigh, ' . C. Ind. Engr. Tau Beta Phi; Scabbard and Blade; S.I.E. Claud Hamilton Powell Warsaw, N. C. Agronomy (_Field Crops American Society of Agronomy; K.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3. 4). l)irr Ri) Martin Powell r uffin, N. C. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society. [107: SEniOR CLRSS Eakl Carlton Powell Rocky Mount, N. C. Civil Engr. Victor George Powell Jacksonville, Fla. Engr. Gen. Beverly Kennon Powers Northwest, Va. Cer. Engr. Keramns; American Ceramic Society. Lester Lee Presnell. Jr. Ashcville, N. C. IncL Ensr. Thomas Hoyte Pkesson Charlotte, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E. John Alfred Price Forest City, N. C. Agr. Education An Club CI, 2, i, 4); F.F.A.; Sliulent C ' liilncil (1). William English Prevatt Charlotte, N. C. Engr. Gen. A.I.E.E. John Moody Price, TKE Clinton, N. C. Mech. Engr. Dcjiaitmenlal ! loiiui C ' ommittce H); A.S.M.E. C. . 4). James Harry Prevette, ATI ' Statesville, N. C. Animal Ind. Alpha Zeta; A ricultitrist Circula- tion Manager and Assistant Business Manajjer; Reporter and Treasurer At; Club; Reporter Alpha Gamma Rho; Departmental Honor Committee; Treasurer Alpha Zeta; C ' hairnian At; Fair Booth; Dormitorv Assistant; . ni mill Indiistr ' C ' luli. Lane Bigcers Price Monroe, N. C. Potdtry Science A " t liib; Poultry Science Club. Dock Homer Price Hickory, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club (1.2, . 4). Carl Carter Pritchard, Jr. XU Greensboro, N. C. Textdes Phi Psi (3, 4), Treasurer (4); Society for the .Advancement of Management (3, 4); Intramural Wrestlint; C1i;impion (3); Interfra- lcrnit ' Council (4); Tompkins Tex- tile Societ ' ; I ' resident Sioma Pi (4). SEniOR CLRSS [108: n. C. STRTE W 11 I lAM Con PnociOH, Jii. Kncky Mount, N. C:. , c ' c (. l-.iti r. I ' i Tail Si nui l rcsitlcnt; Tan Beta Pi; A. S.M.I:.; Prcsitlrnl Masonic C lull. l.ANDON Moolu I ' ltoriiir, . l ' l ' Burnsvillc, N. C:. Ai r. Engr. Sij;ma Pi Alpha; A.S.A.U.; A); Club. LtSTlJ ' , PiOHl 111 Piiopsr, Jii. Chcrryvillc, N. C. l-orestry Fdrcslry Club. Edward Roak Pulsifer, Ai: ' Raleigh, N. C. Engr. Gen. TecJtuicuin. Graham Smith Quinn, Jr. Warsaw, N. C. Civil Engr, Newton Franklin Quinn, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Cer. Engr. Keramos; American Ceramic Socie- Iv; Intramural Fn((tb;ill and Softball; Red Coat Band. Ralph Jason Randall Caroleen. i . C. Agr. Educalion F.F.A.; Ao Club. JiMMiE Mavnard Randle. IIK.V Greenville. S. C. Textiles— Synthetics Opt. Iames Richard Rankin ATP Greensboro, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club; Xi Signia Pi; Pi ' mc- liiin (4); Cross CTountry (1). Gaston Meares Randolph Ashcvillc. N. C. Tex. Cheni. Dyeing Phi Psi; Tompkins Textile Society; A.A.T.C.C. William Wood Haper. Jr. High Point, N. C. Engr. Gen. Mu ikla Psi (.?. 4). Secretary (4); lillle Symphony (1, 2, 3, 4), Prcsi dent (j ' , 4); Glee Club (I, 2, 3, 4), ice President (3); Music Chairman Owt-n I).irmit )r ' (4). Bruce Wayne Ratts Fayettevillc, N. C. Forest Mgl. I ortsIr . club: C ' ()ncert Orchestra. n. C. STATE George William Rav, Jr. AS High Point, N. C. Textiles— Synthetics Oyt. Intramurals (3, 4); ' ke President Pep Club. James Thomas Ray Raleigh, N. C. Ind. Engr. Society for the Advancement of Management; Aider-man Vetville. Willis Herbert Re a, Jr., AX. Newport News, Va. Horticulture Red Coat Band CL 2): R.O.T.C. (3, 4); Horticulture Club; Secretary Lambda Chi Alpha (4). .Owen Walker Reagan, Jr. Laurinhurg, N. C. Civil Engr. R.O.T.C. (3, 4); Prop and Wing. Robert Marshall Reams Apex, N. C. Animal Ind. Pi Kappa Delta (2, 3, 4), Presi- dent (4); Mu Beta Psi (3, 4); Phi Eta Sigma (2, 3, 4); Agricllftlirist (3, 4); iVIcat and Milk the Scientific ivay (4); Glee Club (2, 3. 4), Vice President (2). William Franklin Reece Elkin, N. C. Horticidtiire John Charles Resor Sylva, N. C. Chein. Engr. A.I.Ch.E. Hal Leach Reynolds Troy, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club. Oscar Lafayette Rhodes, Jr. Wilmington, N. C. Gen. Engr. Clyde Johnnie Rhyne Lincolnton, N. C. Textiles— Yarn Mfg. Opt. Sigma Tau Sigma. George Whitener Rh ne, Jr. Catawha, N. C. Gen. Engr. Ceneral Engineering Society Vice- President; Wesley Foundation. Richard Henry Rhyne Catawba, N. C. Ind. Arts Edtication Order of St. Patrick; Masonic Club; Engineers ' Clouncil (3); A.S.M.E.; I.Ae.S.; Industrial Arts Club. i Hu William Clemmer Rhyne Gastonia, N. C. Riir i( Sociology Alpli.i Kiipp.i l L ' lla. Dalton Benjamin Rhue Newport, N. C. Enor. Gen. Harold Clingman Rhudy Greensboro, N. C. Civil Engr. Tlun.i Tlui; A.S.C.E. James Pender Ricks, Jr. Rocky Mount, N. C. Mech. Enor. A.S.M.H. Sam Fred Rich Durham. . C. Engr. Gen. Swimming C- ); Track (4); Cilee Club (3, 4); Debating (4;. Ja.mes Ritchie, Jr. Pores Knob, N. G. Poultry Science A.S,. .E. Horace Earl Richardson Wendell, N ' . G. Civil Engr. A.S.C.K.; Chi Epsilun. PiAUL AllGIISIO l IVADENEYKA Mexico Gitv, Mexico Tex. Chem. Dyeing Aquinas Club; Sigma Phi Alplia VicfPrfsidL-nt; . .. .T.C.C.; Cosmo- politan Club Treasurer; Honor Com- mittee; Track (1); Soccer (I, 2, 3, 4j, C ' aptain (3); Swimming (2); lootball (2); " Big 4 Day " Volley- ball Team; Tntramurals. RoDERT Bruce Richardson High Point, N. G. Ind. Engr., Ftirniiure Opt. S.I.E.; Society for the Adyance- ment of Management. Ashley Blair Roberts Henderson, N. C. Textiles V ' iLLIAM E. RlGGS Greenville, N. G. Textiles Sigina I ' iiu Tiunia; Delia Kappa Phi, Gharles Preyer Roisiivrs, Jn. KA Shelby, i . G. Textiles Phi Psi. Ill SEniOR CLRSS WiLBUK Leroy Roberts Winston-Salem, N. C. Agronofny (Soils) Atzronumv Club; A Club. CoNLEY E. Robinson Charlotte, N. C. Textiles— Synthetics Opt. James Eustace Robinson, Jr. Statesville, N. C. Textiles, Wvg. Designing Opt. Delta Kappa Phi; Wake Forest Crillcoc (I, 2). Warren Winfield Robertson Hamlet. N. C. Elec. Engr. Tbeta Tau: Engineers ' Council; Knights of Saint Patrick; Southern Engineer Business Manager. Edward Graydon Robinson Lebanon, Tenn. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society; Tech- nician (1, 2, 3, 4); Intramurals; All Campus Softball (2); Sheriff and Recreation Director Trailvvood Coun- cil (O; Alderman. .Athletic Director, Publicity Director Vetville C ' nuncil C3. 4). Robert E. Rodkrmund Lexington, N. C. Textiles Sigma Tau Sigma; Delta Kiipp.i Phi. Alrert Kelly Robinson Statesville, N. C. Animal Ind. Animal Industry CMub; Ag Club; Meats Team " 48. " George Pinkney Robinson Vale, N. C. Cheni. Enor. Edward Newton Rodman Washington, N. C. Engr. Gen. Business Manager VP (2); Canterbury Club; A.S.C.li. Clyde Hoffman Robinson IIKA Gastonia, N. C. Geol. Engr. Phi Eta Signra; Rockhound Club, -A.I.M.E., President; Engineers Coun- cil; Rifle Team (1, 2). James Edward Robinson Upper Darby, Pa. Cheni. Engr. Cloyce Connell Rogers Charlotte, N. C. Engr. Gen. R.O.T.C. (3, 4); Cadet Officers ' Association C4); Charlotte Club (2, 3, 4). SEDIOR CLRSS [112] n. C. STRTE Eaul SxANunv RocKns Roxhoro, N. C. Agr. Education I ' .r.A.; Ak Club. Malcolm James Roguhs Bradcnton, Fla. Agronomy ( Field Crops ' ) Aj; C ' liih; A nmoiin ' Club. )iiN Aimimi Uoi.LiNs Portsmouth, Va. An ' muil IiuL Thornton Watson Rose, - ' I ' R Winston-Salcm, N. C. Engr. Gen. Elliot Rosengarten, Bi;i ' Hewlett, L. I., N. Y. Textiles B.A. Degree, Pennsyl :iiii;i State College. Beverly Ross, flKA Durham, N. C. bid. Engr. Vice President Pi Kaj pa Alpha (4); Scabbard and Blade (2, 3, 4); Blue Key (3, 4), Secretary-Treasurer (4); Agromeck (3, 4), Business iMan- ager (4); Publications Board (4); Intramural Wrestling (2, 3, 4); Glee Club (1, 2, 3); S.I.E.: Society for the Advancement of Manaeement: Greater University Student Council (4); Member N.C.C.P.A. Henry Donald Ross Kernersville, N. C. Mech. Engr. Marvin Howard Ross Spindale, N. C. Ind. Engr. S.I.E.; Society for the Advance niciit of iManagement. Robert Howard Rountree Gates, N. C. Elec. Engr. Frederick Douglas Rowe Aberdeen, N. C. Animal Ind. . g Club; Animal In luMry Club. Willie Edward 1V)Vai, Erwin, N. C:. Agronomy Soils) Aw Club; American Society of .Agronomy. Sheldon Ruben, -A.M Portsmouth, Va. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E.; A.S.M.; Cadet Officers ' .Association; A. P.O.; Manager Soccer Team (4); Red Coat Band; R.O.T.C. (1. 2, 3, 4). n. C. STATE Aaron Lanier Rudd, -n Guilford College, N. C. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society. RoYSTON Rice Rudolph, Jr. Salisbury, N. C. Wildlife Conservation Mgt- Alpha Zeta; Monogram Club: Wrestling (2, 3, 4). Claude Ruiter, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Wildlife Conservation Mg(. Leopold Wildlife Society. Freeman Lain Russell Albemarle, N. C. Geol. Engr. Leonard M. Russell Dover, N. C. Dairy Mfg. C. Wayne Russum Fuquay Springs, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. John Foster Ruth, -N Raleigh, N. C. Textiles John Wiley Safley Cooleemee, N. C. Forestry Xi Sigma Pi; Forestry Club. Herman Andrew Sain Hickory, N. C. Wildlife Conservation Mgt. Westminster Fellowship Council. Walter Frederick Sanborn Gastonia, N. C. Ind. Engr. Canterbury Club (2, 3, 4), Vice- President (3), President (4); Pro- testant Religious Council (2, 3); Fencing (4); Intramurals. Junius Pearson Sanders Four Oaks. N. C. Agr. Engr. Robert Macon Sanders, nK ' l ' Rocky Point, N. C. Agronomy (Soils B) Ag Club; .Agronomy Club; Inter- fraternit) ' Bridge Tournament C3). 1 Lawrence Sanford, nivA Hilton Village, Va. Mech. Etigr. Track (3, 4); Secretary Intra- mural Athletic Board, I.F.C.; Presi- dent Pi Kappa Alpha. Robert Alvyn Sapp, TKE V ' ashington, N. C. Civil Engr. Sigma Pi Alpha; A.S.C.E. Jack Edward Sappenfield High Point, N. C. Industrial Riira Recrciitiun Recreation Club. Russell Mayo Sasnett Durham, N. C. Elec. Engr. Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Theta Tau; A.I.E.E. Leonard Ralph Sasser Goldsboro, X. C. Dairy Husbandry . ' IgriciiltKrist SlafF; Cadet Officers ' .Association; R.O.T.C. (J, 4). John Logan Savage Mars Hill, X. C. Chem. Engr. A.I.Ch.E. Rudolph Patrick Savage Willard, N. C. Engr. Gen. Wrestling (2); Wesley Foundation (2, 3, 4); President Protestant Reli- gious Council (4). Raymond Cecil Sawyer Shawboro, N. C. y4rc j. Eitgr. ALPH Henry Scarboro Ji)i Herman Schell Bessemer Citv, N. C. Conovcr, N. C. Textiles Tex. Chem. Dyeing Gordon Harry Schenck, Jr. Waynesville, N. C. Engr. Gen. Howard L Schenkman, -.VM Forest Hills, N. Y. Textiles— Synthetics Opt. Tompkins Textile Society. [lis; SEniOR CLASS Edwin Floyd Schnedl Charlotte, N. C. Architecture Mayor Trailwood (2); Y.M.C.A. Council Vetviile. Richard Burke Schnedl Charlotte. N. C. Architecture U ' .itiinoiMi St;iH; A.I. . Jack Hillman Scott Gastonia. N. C. Textiles Delta Kapp.i Plii. Kenneth McCoy Scott Charlotte, N. C. Architecture Beaux .Arts SocicU-; Glee Club (1): A.I.A. Walter Harold Searcy Fletcher, N. C. Forestry I-orestry Club. Gerald Able Seeley, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Eiigr. Herman Eugene Seibel Norfolk, Va. Mech. Engr. Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Signv.i; Tau Beta Pi Vice-President (4); Theta Tau; Blue Key; Phi Kappa Phi; Departmental Honor Committee; President A.S.M.E. (4); Engineers ' Council. John Burton Self, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Gen. Engr. (M.E.) Departmental Honor Committee; WA ' WP. Charles Selle Miscnheimer, N. C. Agr. Education Ag Club; F.F.A. James Calhoun Sessoms, Jr. Ahoskie, N. C. Engr. Gen. Kenneth Bryan Sexton Enfickl, N. C. Forest Milt. Lewis Edward Shannon Rock Hill, S. C. Textiles SEniOR CLASS [lie: jssos n. C. STATE Noel Charles Shahi Canton, N. C. Forestry I-orfslry Clul) (1, 2. 3, 4), Pro j»ram Chairman (3); Pinetum (2, 3. 4). James Boyce Shaupe Newton, N. C. Textiles Sigma ' I ' au Sigma; Tompkins Tex- tile Society! l-ooti aIl CO; Cadet Ollicers ' Association (3, 4); R.O.T.C. Regimental Adjutant (4). Martin N. Shaw, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Forestry i Sigma Pi. Robert Athelstan Shaw LeaksviUe, N. C. Civil Engr. Chi Epsilon: A.S.C.E.; Treasurer Engineers Council (■ )! Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Alpha; Hormitory Man- ager (3, 4). Thomas Jackson Sheets Fairview, N. C. Agr. Education AgricuUiirist: Ag Club; F.F.A.; Outing Club; Animal Industry Club; I.R.C.; Brevard College. Carl Elijah Sheffield Asheboro, N. C. Tex. Chem. Dyeing A.A.T.C.C. John R. Sheldon Raleigh, N. C. Ettgr. Gen. Scabbard and Blade. James Nelson Sherrill, -H Winston-Salem, N. C. Architecture A.I.A. (3. 4); Tennis (1, 2); Swimming (1). Warren Harding Shinn Concord, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E. William Davis Siiofner Paris, Tenn. Forestry Wayne Shore East Bend, N. C. Textiles liiLius Cradv Siler Ashcville. . C. Mech. Uiigr. Treasurer A.S.M.E. (4). n. C. STATE Frank Ci.abk Silver Bandana, N. C. Agr. Educntioit Ag Club; F.F.A. Ned Homer Simmons Mooresville, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Jeannette Wine Simpson Raleigh, N. C. Agr. Biol. Chemistry Coed Club (3, 4), Vice-President (4); Agkomeck CI. 2, 4); Society of Agricultural Chemists (3, 4), Prem Prakash Singh Meerut, India Textiles CYarn Mfg.) Cosmopolitan Club. Clarence Hubert Sink Lexington, N. C. Agronomy QField Crops ' ) Agronomy Club; Ag Club. Joseph William Siphers Benham, Ky. Elec. Engr. I.R.E.; A.I.E.E. Herman Jay Sisk Dallas, N. C. Rural Sociology John White Sisson Audubon, N. J. Forestry Mu Beta Psi; Xi Sigma Pi; Red Coat Band; Glee Club; Forestry Club. Ray Brewer Sizemore Siler City, N. C. Agr. Editcation F.F.A. ; Ag Club. David Joe Smathers Canton, N. C. Mech. Engr. Frederick Otto Smetana Concord, N. C. Mech. Engr., Aero. Opt. Sigma Pi Alpha (2, 3, 4, 5); Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma (4, 5), Flistorian (5); Scabbard and Blade; C4, 5); WVWP (1, 2, 3. 4, 5), Business Manager (5), Music and Publicity Director (4); Publications Board (5); Intramural Football (1); I.Ae.S. (4, 5), Vice-President (5); Freshman Counselor (5); Prop and Wing (4, 5), Secretar ' -Treasurer (5). John Albert Smetana Baltimore, Md. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E.; Pi Tau Sigma icc-Presi- dcnt. k. « 1 « Frank Ray Smiley Wilson, N. C. Civil Engr. George Burwell Smith, ATI ' Monroe, X. C. Agronomy (FieW Crops ' ) Alpha Zeta; Blue Key; Ag Club; American Society of Agronomy Y.M.C.A.: Agriculturist Editor (4) Handbook; Publications Board; Public Lectures Committee; Historian Alpha Gamma Rho; X. C. Collegiate Press Association. James Allen Smith, Jr. Hampton, Va. Mech. Eu r. Arnold William Smith Goldsboro, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops) Ag Club (1, 2, 3, 4); American Society of Agronomy (1, 2, 3, 4). George Edward Smith, Jr. Cornelius, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E.; Prop and Wing. Louis Calvin Smith New Hill, N. C. Agr. Engr. A.S.A.E. (2, 3, 4); Glee Club (4); Ag Club (2, 3, 4). Bynum Edwin Smith Guilford College, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E. Herbert Hugh Smith Gary, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Ad- vanced R.O.T.C. NoRRis Woodruff Smith Rocky Mount, N. C. Engr. Ceil. David Harold Smith, ATI ' Ayden, N. C. Agronomy (Field Crops) Ag Club; Agronomy Society. Jack Smith Wilson, N. C. Elec. Engr. Phi Eta Sigma; I.R.E.; Eta Kappa Nu. Ogden McRey Smith Galveston, Texas hid. Rural Recreation Monogram Club; Industrial and Rural Recreation Club Publicity and Program Chairman; Footb;iIl Letter- man (1, 2, 3, 4). 119- SEnioR cmss Richard Lee Smith WoodleaF, N. C. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society; Glee Club (3). Roy L. Smith Red Springs, N. C. Civil Engy. Thomas Hill Smith Belmont. N. C. Engr. Gen. William Earle Smith Spindale, N. C. Mech. Engr. Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. James Earl Sneeden, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Engr. William David Snyder Jr. Fayetteville, N. C. Engr. Gen. Red Coat Band (2, 3). Otho Chester Snipes Fuquay Springs, N. C. Agronomy (Fie rf Crops .Ao Club; Agron()m ' Club. James Burgin Soesbee Canton, N. C. Mech. Engr. . .s.ii. ' .r. Thomas Brown Snodgrass Charlotte. N. C. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi. Carl Wilson Soflev Cana, N. C. Atiinial Jnd. Grover Perry Snow Raleigh. N. C. Architecture Student Secretary .A.I., .. President (5); Mu Beta Psi; Beaux .Arts Society; Order of Yellow Dogs; Red Coat Band (1. 2. 3, 4); Quartermaster (3, 4); Concert Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (2); Orchestra (2). Herman Foote Spain Littleton, N. C. Elec. Engr. SEniOR CLRSS [i2o: n. C. STRTE Lawuknce Fhanklin Spaim Raleigh, N. C. Civil Eiigr. David NnwTON SpAiNiiom ' . Lenoir, N. C. Engr. Gen. C ' aik ' I OHiccrs ' Association; A. I. E.I;.; W ' lttint un (2, . ); VVataui an Club X ' iLf-Prcsidcnt. JOHN W ' ksley Spence Seven Springs, N. C. Elec. Engr. )iiN Addison Spencer, i— " I " Carthage, N. C. Ind. Engr. S.I.F. Robert Henkel Spilman, KA Statcsville, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi. John Frank Spivey, Jr. Asheville, N. C. Eoresiry Forestry Club. Odell Vernon Sprinkle Winston-Salem, N. C. Engr. Gen. Velville Council; Traffic Coniniitlee. TiiDMAs Sanford Sprinkle Raleigh, N. C. Incl. Engr. S.I.E. William Rvne Stackhouse St. Augustine, Fla. Civil Engr. Student Chapter .A.S.C.H. Monroe Donovan Stadler II K A Burlington, N. C. Textiles Haskctball (1). James V ' asiiington Stanton LaGrange. N. C. Elec. Engr. I ih;an Eugene Stanton Palmyra, N. C. Agr. Education Aj; C lub; F.I .. . Reporter. n. C. STRTE Harold Marsh Stearn, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Gen. Engr. John Burton Steen, ]r., ITKA Hampton, Va. . Textiles, Synthetics Intramural Football (1, 2, 3, 4), Basketball (I. 2, 3, 4), Track (1, 2, 3, 4); R.O.T.C. (1, 2). Gilbert O ' Berry Stephens Erwin, N. C. Textiles John Mack Stephens Leasturg, N. C. Civil Etigr. Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Pi Alpha; A.S.C.E.; Chi Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi. William Herbert Stephenson Smithfield, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E. Student Chapter. Clarence Edgar Stevens, Jr. Council, N. C. Agronomv (,Field Crops ' ) AtT Club; .Agronomy Club. Everett Duncan Stevens Goldsboro, N. C. Engr. Gen. Mayor of Vetville. Richard Barber Stevens Asheville, N. C. Tex. Mfg. Sigma Tau Sigma. William Hume Stevens, Jr. Asheville, N. C. Dairy Mfg. Ag Club (2, 3, 4). Nathaniel Bennett Stewart Wallace, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E. Scott Filmore Stidham, -X Fort Smith, Ark. hid. Engr. Clolden Chain; Blue Key; Theta Tau; Scabbard and Blade Vice-Presi- dent (4); Engineers ' Council; Publi- cations Board; .- guomeck (3, 4), Editor (4); Freshman Counselor (4); Societv for the .Advancement of Man- agement; S.I.E. Vice-President (3); Member N.C.C.P. .; Intramural Tennis and Basketball (2, 3, 4); Student Union Planning Committee. George Isaac Stoffel Greensboro, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E. 1 Fred Harold Stokes Hugh Bertrand Stokes, Jr. Gladewater. Texas Charlotte, N. C. Mech. Engr. Mech. Engr. Claudius A. Street, Jr. AI ' P Winston-Salem, X. C. Donald Edward Strickhouser Animal hid. Charlotte, N. C. Ag Club; Animal Industn Cluh; F.F.A.; AgricuUtirist Managing Editor (2). Engr. Gen. Chess Club Treasurer; Outing C lub. Ezra Augustus Stroupe, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. ,AIec i. Engr. Heating ■ Air Cond. Ojit. Raymond Hill Strowd Chapel Hill, N. C. A.S.M.E.; A.S.H.V.E. Secretar). Architeclure Robert Faires Stone Asheville, N. C. Architecture Clifford Morris Story Hartsville, Tenn. Forestry Carroll Davis Strider Flat Rock, N. C. Engr. Gen. Scabbard and Blade (2, 3, 4); Cadet Officers ' Association (1, 2); A.S.C.E. (2, 3, 4). William Clifton Stuckey, Jr. Goldsboro, N. C. Textiles (Viiri; Mfg. Opt. Tompkins Textile Society. Joseph Charles Strongoski Wilson, N. C. Civil Engr. Jefferson Lloyd Sugg Smithfield, N. C. Aiiinnd hid. Ag C lub; Animal Industr ' Club. 123 ■ SEDIOR CLRSS Harry Jenkins Suggs Gastonia, N. C. Cliem. Engr. Gamma Sigma Epsilon; A.I.Ch.E. Robert James Sutton Goldsboro, N. C. Agr. Edtication Kappa Phi Kappa;, F.F.A.; Au Club; Departmental Honor Committee. Lloyd Eugene Tatem, -N Norfolk, Va. Engr. Gen. Scabbard and Blade; Technician (1, 2); Manager Basketball (4); Class Treasurer (. , 4); Campus Cov- ernment (2). Reynold Foy Suman Gastonia, N. C. Agronomy (Soi s) Travis Alexander Surrati Salisbury, N. C. Tex. Synthetics Austin Briggs Swallow Pawtucket, R. I. Textiles CYnrn i fg.) Charles Carey Talbot Myrtle Beach, S. C. Tex. Mfg. Tompkins Textile Society. FiNCHER Ray Taylor Charlotte, N. C. Te. ( e.s Joseph Marion Taylor Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Engr. .• c;romeck (3, 4); A.S.M.E. (2, 3, 4); I.Ae.S. (1). James Turner Suttles Greensboro, N. C. Te.x. Mfg. Delta Kappa Phi (3, 4), Pro-Con- sul (4); Tompkins Textile Society (4); Trailwood Mayor (3), Board of Directors Trailwood Mutual Gro- cery, Inc. (3, 4). Thomas Harris Tassos, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Civil Fii ' Jr. William Robert Taylor Wilson, N. C. Civil Enar. SEniOR CLRSS [124: n. C. STRTE Jack Okmpsey Teagiii CIranitf Falls, N. C. Aiir. l-tlucalioit K. IT- ' ■M ' l ' - W ' aI.I Kit V ' a ITS - Teague Kin s t ' ri ' fk. N. C. Geiiernl Tcwlilcs Leonard Baer Temkin, -AM Brooklyn, N. Y. Textiles— Synthetics Opt. Sigma Tau Si tn a; Phi Kappa Phi; Monogram Cliib, 2 letters; Radio ( lub; Tompkins Textile Society. Mark Oliver Temme Wilson, N. C. Animal Ind. Ag Club (3, 4). John Wade Tesh Raleigh, N. C. Chem. Ens r. Grady Tyler Tharrington nKA Henderson, N. C. Mech. Engr. Beta Delta. Cleveland Harper Thayer Asheboro, N. C. hid. Engr. Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi (3), Secretary (4); Society for the . dvance- nient of Management (2, 3), Presi- dent (4); Technician (1, 2, 3, 4); S.I.E. (3, 4); Engineers ' Council (4); Cadet Officers ' Association (2), President (3). Frank Kirk Thayer. Jr. Troy, N. C. Tex. Mot. Alton Hill Thigpen -X Pink Hill, N. C. hid. Engr. ' ' ' P Radio Station; Engineers ' Council; Society for the .Advancement of .Management; ' ice President S.I.E.; Dorm Publicity Chairman; Dorm Assistant. Ellis Porter Thomas Chattanooga, 1 cnii. Elec. Engr. Mil;.; B.S.U. Executive Council. Hoy Stephens Thomas, Jr., -X Greensboro, N. C Chem. Engr. Gamma Sigma Epsilon (2. 3, 4), Recorder (4); A.I.Ch.E. (1, 2, 3, 4), l " reasurer C " ). Sidney Cameron Thomas Broadway, N. C. Agr. Education . .Ag Cluh; F.F..A. n. C. STATE Luther Quentin Thomasson Hamptonville, N. C. Field Croys Agr. Education Agronomy Society (3. 4); Ag Club C3, 4); Wildlife Club (3. 4); F.F.A. (4). Effie Florence Thompson Raleigh, N. C. Textiles Wataugatt (1); Aghomeck (4); Secretary Freshman Class (1); Kappa Sigma Phi Charter Member (3, 4), Secretary (4); Coed Club (3, 4); Tompkins Textile Society; Textile Honor Committee (2). John Currie Thompson Paul Smith, N. Y. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Leon Sanders Thompson Smithfield, N. C. Civil Engr. Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. Secretary (3). Raymond Markham Thompson Elizabeth City, N. C. Agr. Education William Findlay Thompson Detroit, Mich. Ind. Engr. Theta Tau; Society for the Ad- vancement of Management; S.I.E.; Football (2, 3, 4); Monogram Club (3, 4), President C ). William K. Thompson, Jr. Towand, Pa. Agr. Biol. Chemistry Society of Agricultural Chemists. Theophilus Taylor Thorne Rocky Mount, N. C. Mech. Engr. Rho Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; A.S.M.E.; Swim ming (1, 2). Billy Freeman Throneburg Kings Mountain, N. C. Chem. Engr. A.I.Ch.E. Robert Granville Thrower Rocky Mount, N. C. Ind, Arts Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Industrial Arts Club; Intcr-Dormitory Council (3); Welch Dorm Club; Aghomeck (1, 2, 3); Intrannirals (1, 2, 3. 4); All- Campus Football (3); All-Campus Softball (3); Industrial Arts Club President (4), Secretary-Treasurer (2); President Welch Dorm Club. Thomas Reade Tillett Timberlake, N. C. Mech. Engr Pi Sigma; A.S.11. ' .E. David Kellar Tillson High Point, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E.; Red Coat Band (1); Prop nd Wing. i Edwin Clay Timanus Lt-noir, N. C. Textiles— Synthetics Opt. Delta Kappa Phi; Tompkins Tex- tile Societv; Textile Honor Com- mittee (1, 2). John David Todd, Jr., -H Rockingham, N. C. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society Presi- dent; Ex-Officio Member of Campus Gcjvernment. Earl Latham Topping Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Aninitd liul. Ae Club; Animal IiidustrN- C ' lub. Daniel Earle Townsend, Jr. Durham, N. C. Elec. Engr. Cross Country (1); Track (1, 2). Jack Dee Traywick. AI ' P MarshviUe. X. C. Agr. Engr. .■ lpha Zeia; A.S..A.E. Xeiis Letter: Agricii tiirisf; A.S..A.E. yiatiotial Sr»- detit Jourtial; .• .S..- .E. President Student Branch; A Club. KiMUEL Durrell Tube Aberdeen, .Miss. Hortictilttire QFloricuHiire) Charles Curtis Tripp, -AE Raleigh, N. C. Ind. Engr., Furn. Mfr. Mgt. Phi Eta Sigma; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Coif Coach (1, 2, 3, 4). Paul Elmore Tucker Winston-Salem, N. C. Tex. Synthetics Tompkins Textile Society. Robert Lacy 1 rotter, Jr. Pittsboro, N. C. General Textiles Ad anccd Air R.O.T.C. Gerald Lehman Turbyfill Maiden, N. C. Textiles {Yarn Mffi- ' ) Sigma Tau Sigma; Monogram Club; Tompkins Textile Society; Football (1, 2, 3, 4). Robert Jackson Troutman Hickory, N. C. Ind. Engr. Courtney M, Turlington Lumberton, N. C. Cheni. Etigr. ■A.I.C ' h.L.; Aquinas Club; Sinttlicr i Engineer. [127] SEDIOR CLRSS Harold Rhoades Turnef,, Jii. Greenville, S. C. Textiles Henry Gray Turner Raleigh, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club (1, 2, 3, 4). James Rowe Turner, TKE Henderson, N. C. Mech. Engr. Theta Tau. Joseph Felton Turner, Jr. Jackson, N. C. Agroiwniy QField C? ' 0]3s) Aoronomv Club. Joseph Lewis Turner Gibsonville, N. C. hid. Engr. Society lor the ' Advancement of Alanpijemcnt. RuFus Benton Turner Oakboro, N. C. Agr. Education Alpha Zeta (3, 4); Kappa Phi Kappa (2, 3, 4), Secretary 3; Agri- culllirist Departmental Editor (3); F.F.A.; Ag Club; H. H. Gandcning Scholarship. Simmons Edwin Turner i lartins ' ille, Va. Textiles Charles Braxton Turpin Mt. Airy, N. C. Agr. Education Marion Amory Tuttle Elizabeth City, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club. Charles Gotten Tyler, Jr. Greensboro, N. G. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E. Ted Workman Tysinger Lexington, N. G. Cer. Engr. American Ceramic Socielv. Warren Guy Tyson, Jr. Wendell, N. G. Cliciii. Ens.r. SEnioR cmss 128 ' n. C. STATE NoiiFi.KiT F,. Underwood, [ii. l alcish, N. C. Ind. Recreation Intramural naskclhall (3); N. C:. Hccnalimi Club (3, ■ ). George Bernice Umsiiiad Durham. N. C. Animal Ind. Ak Cliil). Thomas Joseph lli ' c iium Ji i;-I ' K Raeford, N. C. Agronomy Intramural Football, Track, Boxing, Swimming, Softball, Basketball. Robert Gerald Utley, riKA Concord, N. C. Tex. Mfg. Phi Psi; Monogram Club; Baseball (1. 2. 3. 4). Henry Alexander Vann, KA Monroe. N. C. Agronomy American Suciet) ' of Agronomy; Ag Club; Cheerleader (3); Inter- Dormitory Council President; Becton Dormitory Club ' ice President; Social Functions Committee; Public Lec- tures Committee. Charles Paul Van Name. Jr. Wotxl Ridge. N. J. Tex. Chew. Dyeing Sigma Tau Sigma; A.A.T.C.C. Edward Pollard Van Sickler Ai: Sebring, Fla. Mech. Engr. B.S.U. Robert Moore Vansiory nKA Fayettcville. N. C. Textiles General Tompkins Textile Society; Intra- mural Football (1. 4). Johnny Flake Veach Thomasville. N. C. Tex. Mgt. Arthur Ralph Verbeck Staten Island. N. Y. Forestry Sigma Pi Alpha; Fi restry Club. Iackson Jeremiah Vkreen, Jr. Wilmington. N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. (1. 2. 4). Robert Bryant Vernon Liberty. N. C. Textiles Society for the Advancement of Management; Intramural Football, Softball, Basketball, Swimming. Wrestling. n. C. STATE James Washington Vick Conway, N. C. Agr. Educalion James Wiley Vick Nashville, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. i Clarence Vincent, Jr. Greenville, N. C. Elec. Engr. Phi Sigma Pi; A.I.E.E. Lyle Vincent Wade Greensboro, N. C. Cheni. Engr. Gamma Sigma Epsilon; A.I.Ch.E. Frank Teague Wagner Taylors ville, N. C. Civil Engr. Calvin Stanley Walker Charlotte, N. C. Mech. Engr. Charlotte Cluh Treasurer. Henry Grady Walker, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Architecture Sigma Pi Alpha President (3); A.I. A. Robert Lee Walker Reidsville, N. C. Agr. Education Agriculturist; Intramurals; Ag Club; R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Cadet Officers ' Association (3. 4); WVWP (2); F.F.A. Henry Homer Wallace Mountain Park, N. C. Engr. Gen. A.I.Ch.E.; B.S.U. Executive Coun cil; Y.M.C.A.; N. C. State Outing Club. Richard George Wallenhorst Glendale, N. Y. Mech. Engr. Pi Tau Sigma; Aquinas Club; Out- ting Club; Glee Club; Techuiciau; Senior Mechanical Engineers Hand- hook. George Rovier Waller, Jr. Clinton, N. C. Agr. Biol. Chemistry Agricultural Chemists Club Vice President (3, 4); Ag Club (2, 3, 4); Agromeck (1, 2, 3). Louis Jackson Walls, Jr., ATP Bolivia, N. C. Forestry Forestr) ' Club (1, 2, 3), Secretary ' (4); Honor Council (1, 2); Basket- ball (O; Cross Country (1); Glee Club. Alton Hodges Walters LaGrange, N. C. Auiiual bid. L Millard Xorfleet Ward Edenton, N. C. Textiles General Dormiton ' Representalive (3); Band (I, 2); E.C.T.C. } Wayne Lafayette Ware, Jr. Kings Mountain, N. C. AgT. Economics Clifford Johnson Walton, Jr. Harrisburg, Pa. Dairy Mfg. Ag Club; Dairy Products Judging Team; Alpha Zeta; Intramural Boxing (3)- Raymond Lee V ' ard. -X High Point, N. C. Tex. Chem. Dyeing Delta Kappa Phi; A.A.T.C.C; Textile Foriim (3); Band (2); Orchestra (2, 3, 4); Annotator Sigma Chi. Charles Ervin Warlick, Jr. Kings Mountain, N. C. Civil Engr. Marvin Stacy Ward, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Civil Engr. Charlotte Club. Richard Bruce Ward Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Engr. Geu. A.I.E.E.; Freshman Rifle Team. Alton Adolpii Warren Clinton, N. C. Agr. Education Ag Club; r.F.A. Melvin Francis Ward Leaksville, N. C. Forest Mgt. Wilton Lee Ward Clinton, N. C. Agr. Education Intramural Football (3, 4), Soft- ball C3, 4). Volleyball (3, 4); De- partmental Honor Committee (3); W ' eslev Foundation Council (1, 2, 3, 4); . ' g Club; F.F.A. Hannibal Godwin Warren Dunn, N. C. Engr. Gem. Society for the .Advancement of Management. i [i3i: SEniOR CLASS Robert Davis Warren Roseboro, N. C. Agr. Education AgTicxtlturist; F.F.A. President (4); Ag Club; B.S.U.i R.O.T.C. (1, 2). Gilbert Lee Watkins Rocky Mount, N. C. Ind. Arts Education Calvin Alfred Watson, Jr. Moncure, N. C. Gen. Engr. Sigma Pi Alpha; Engineers Coun- cil; General Engineers ' Society (3), Recorder (4); Southent Enghieer, Hubert Herman Watson, Jr. Belhaven, N. C. Agronomy (Soi s) i B Gordon Watt, Jr., K2 Charlotte, N. C. Tex. Chem.ls Dyeing Phi Eta Sigma; Order of the R;iil; Track (,1, 2, 3, 4); Monogram Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Kappa Sigma Secretary (3); Military Science (1, 2, 3, 4). Theodore Seigel Weiss Greenwich, Conn. Tex. Synthetics Blanchard King Watts Wadesboro, N. C. Engr. Gen. West Campus Y.M.C.A. Treasurer; West Haven C ivil CJovemment, Alder- man, Mayor. Charles Archie Wells Greensboro, N. C. Mech. Engr. Fencing (3, 4). Mrs. Jeanne Johnson Watts Chicago, 111. Engr. Gen. Hardy Wessell Wilmington, N. C. Engr. Gen. Tommy Arlindo Weisner Greensboro, N. C. Chem. Engr. A.I.Ch.E. Lutheran Student Association Treas- urer (2), Vice-President (3); Pro- testant Religious Council President (3); Trailwood Government (3, 4); A.S.C.E. (2, 3, 4). Joseph Ward Westbrook, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E. (2, 3, 4); A.S.H.V.E. (3. 4), Vice-President (4). SEniOR CLASS [132: I n. C. STRTE Laiiiiy E. Wkstmoreland, Jh. C ' antoii, N. C " . Mech. hiigr. Phi lila Sigma; Pi Tan Sigma; Tlicta Tau Corresponding Secretary (4); A.S.M.E.; A.S.H.V.E.; Band (1, 2. S. 4); Yellow Dogs; Mu Beta V ILLIAM G. W ' KSI ' MORELANn Statesville, N. C. Agr. Animal Itid.) Alpha Zeta; Au pair President (4); Ag CHuh (2, 3, 4); Animal Industry Cluh (2, i. 4). Donald Kilian Wiialley New Bedford, Mass. Engr. Gen. A.I.Ch.E. Harold Wheeler •Clayton, N. C. Agr. Education John Perry Wheless Louisburg, N. C. Agr. Ed ication Intramurals (2, 3, 4); Ag Cluh (2, 3, 4); F.F.A. (3, 4). Lester Folder Whicker, -X Walkertown, N. C. Mech. Engr. I.Ae.S. Chairman; A.S.M.E.; En- gineers ' Council. Murray Ray- Whisenhunt Waynesville, N. C. Animal hid. .Ag Club: -Animal lndustr ' Cluh; Alpha Zeta. Hugh Alexander White Davidson, N. C. Textiles Lawrence Anderson White AFP Youngsville, N. C. Agr. Engr. Agriciiltttrist Business Manager; A.S.A.E.; Ag Club. Peyton Park White, nK. Raleigh, N. C. Tex. Chem. Dyeing Delta Kappa Phi; A.A.T.C.C. William Brady White, nK. Henderson, N. C. Lumber Prod. Mdsg. William Daniel White, Jr. Pittsboro, N. C. Engr. Gen. n. C. STATE William Jendkins White Durham. N. C. Ind. Rural Recreation All-Campus Football and Basket- ball; Glee Club (1). Ralph Layton Whitehead Hobgood, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. William Kenneth Whiteley Greenville, N. C. Elec. Engr. Harvey Lamont Whitley nKA Fremont, N. C. Engr. Gen. Oliver Gaines Whitley, Jr. Albemarle, N. C. Engr. Gen. McIvER Aflen Wicker Greensboro, N. C. Architecture Richard Hinton Wiggins, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. George Remus Wilder Morrisville, N. C. Elec. Engr. Edison Roosevelt Wilkie Connelly Springs, N. C. Agr. Education Av Club (.i. 4); F.F.A. (4). John Richard Wilkins, nKA Greensboro, N. C. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society Treas- urer; Pi Kappa Kappa Treasurer; Phi Psi. Howard Milton Wilkinson Richmond, Va. Animal Husbandry James Morven Wilkinson, Jr. Lauderdale, Miss. Forestry Richard Phillips Willard ■I ' KT Winston-Salem, N. C. Mech. Engr. Phi Kappa Tau President; A.S.iM.E. (3, 4); Glee Club (2. 3); Inter- fraternity Council (3, 4). Edgar Thomas Williams, Jk. Raleigh, N. C. Elec. Eitgr. Tau Beta Pi: Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Eta Sigma President (I): I.R.E.; A.I.E.E. Treasurer (4). Ronald Victor Willard, -X High Point, N. C. Agronomy Ag Club; Agronnni) Society; F.F.A. James Clyde Williams V ' inston-Salem, IV. C. Arch. Engr. Arthur ' illiams, Jr.. ATP U ' interville, N. C. Agronomy QField Crops " ) Agronomy Club Secretary (4); .Alpha Gamma Rho House Manager; Ag Club; .Agronomy Fair Chairman. James Merrimon Williams Charlotte, N. C. Agr. Engr. A.S.A.E. Edgar Dickinson Williams Wilmington, N. C. Ehc. Engr. Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.E.E.; I.R.E. Nelson Lee Williams Greensboro, N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E.; Scabbard and Blade; Prop and Wing: Intramural Dormi- tory Badminton; Basketball (3); Fencing Team (3, 4). Robert Exu.m Williams Raleigh, X. C. Forestry Forestry Club. Rodney Gray Williams Godwin, N. C. Mech. Engr. A.S.M.E.; Tau Beta Pi. William Eugene Williams Raleigh, N. C. Cii ' i! Engr. -A.S.C.E.; Honor Council (2). William Henry Williams Goldsboro, N. C. Forestry Forestry Club; .Aquinas Club. [135: SEniOR CLASS J ' l Bailey Peyton Williamson Sanford, N. C. Engr. Geti. John Edward Willoughby ' Plymouth, N. C. Textiles General Tompkins Textile Society; Sigma Tail Sigma; Phi Psi.. William Frederick Wilson Gastonia, N. C. Mech. Engr. Mil Beta Psi; Track (1, 2); Honor Council (O; Red Coat Band (1, 2, 3), Treasurer (4); Orchestra (2, 3, 4); A.S.M.E. (2, 3, 4). Theodore P. Wlliamson, Jr. 2AE Greensboro, N. C. Engr. Gen. Thirty and Three; Golden Chain; Scabbard and Blade; Pi Kappa Delta; Technician (1, 2, 3); Wittangau Editor (4); Treasurer Freshman Class; President Sophomore Class; Vice President Campus Government; Greater Llniversitv Student Council (3). Charles Edwin Wilson Pensacola, N. C. Engr. Gen. B-seball C2). William Earl Winborn Kenly. N. C. Agronomy Ag Club; Agronomy Cluli; Intra murals (1, 2, 3). C. Otis Williford Angier. N. C. Agroiwiiiy Thomas Lee Willis New Bern, N. C. Forestry (L.P.A .) Robert Manson Wilson Raleigh, N. C. Textiles William Alfred Wilson, Jr. Roxboro. N. C. Civil Engr. A.S.C.E. Hall W. Wingfield, Jr., IIKA Lynchburg, Va. Textiles Secretary Tompkins Textile Society; Intramural Hea ' veight Boxing (2, 3, 4). i Harvey Kibby Winslow EHzabeth City, N. C. Engr. Gen. A.I.E.E. SEniOR CLASS [136] n. C. STATE IIlNHY BllOWN WlNSUOW, All ' Holxrsonvillc, N. C. Agronomy (FieW Crops) Cross Country (1, 2); Ag Club; Agronomy Club. James Ernest Witherspoon Rockingham, N. C. Ayr. f.diu(itii)ii Henry Offie Womack. Jii. Sanford, N. C. Tex. Mgt. ]i Jiii Woo Shanghai, China Tex. Mgt. Carl Richard VN ' ood Winston-Salem, N. C. Tex. Chem. Dyeiiig David Lee Wood Gastonia, N. C. Tex. Chem. Dyeing Sigma Tau Sigma; A.A.T.C.C.; Tompkins Textile Society: Baseball (1. 2). George Matthew Wood Camden, N. C. Agronomy QField Crops) Ag Club: Agronomy Club. Maurice Allred ' ood Anadarko. Okla. Arc iifecdire Rex Edwin Wood N. Wilkesboro, N. C. Elec. Engr. A.I.E.E. Thomas Alton ' ood Gastonia, N. C. Tex. Mfg. Mu Beta Psi; Sigma Tau Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; Cadet Officers ' .Association; Tomp- kins Textile Society; Secretary Senior Class; Little Symphony Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4); Red ' Coat Band (2. 3, 4); Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Concert Band (2, 3. 4); Mu Beta Psi Presi- dent (4); R.O.T.C. Band (I, 2, 3, 4). Albert L. Woodincton. Jr. Paterson, N. J. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society. Leelan Alvin Woodlief, Al ' P Youngsville, N. C. Agronomy QField Crops .■ merican Society of .- gronomy: . g Club. n. C. STATE Eabl Dozier Wooten Rocky Mount, N. C. Engr. Gen. Jack Franklin Workman Thomasville, N. C. Chem. Engr. V ' arren Gamelia Wright Mars Hill, N. C. Agronomy QField Crops " ) William Maynard Yeago Fayetteville, N. C. Textiles Mu Beta Psi; Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (4). Emerson McBrayer Yelton Rutherfordton, N. C. Tex. Chem. Dyeing A.A.T.C.C. George Sidney Young, Jr. AsheviUe, N. C. EJec. Engr. A.I.E.E. Wendell Samuel Young Forest City, N. C. Agriculture QAnimal Iiid.) Agronomy Club; Animal Industry Club. Billy J. Zachary Mooresville, N. C. Tex. iMgt. Otis Allen Zachary, Jr. Sanford, N. C. Textiles (Knitting ' ) Sergio Federico Zunigo Me.xico City, Mexico Tex. Synthetics Soccer Team (4); Intramurals; Tiiinjjkinb Textile Society; Cosmopoli- tan C ' Uih; Aquinas Club; Glee Club. BLUE KEY Seventy-eighir Active Chapters Colors: Blue and Cold N. C. STATE COLLEGE CHAPTER Installed May, 1928 Col. J. W. Harrelson Dr. L. C. Hartley E. S. King HONORARY F. H. Jeter C. D. Kutschinski W. N. Hicks A. H. Crimshaw C. H. Bostian T. C. Brown E. P. Andrews, Jr. L. Xj. Ballance J. C. Barber W. M. Barnhardt W. P. Bass J. H. Beaman D. A. Biggerstaff S. G. Boyce C. H. Boney E. W. Bringle A. C. Brock W. L. Cartier MEMBERS H. Cramer H. M. Daiton E. T. Dicks, Jr. R. D. Dillender, Jr. L. A. Dobson S. 0. Cluck G. D. Hunt J. C. McCracken L. 6. McDade V. G. Mims, Jr. C. A. Musser E. D. Palmgren A. K. Pitzer C. R. Pugh B. A. Ross R. M. Sasnett H. H. Scheviak H. E. Seibel G. W. Sledge G. B. Smith S. F. Stidham J. I. Thigpen T. A. Wood Blue Key Honor Fraternity was founded at the University of Florida in October, 1924, to perpetuate belief in God, to preserve the principles of good citizenship, and to promote the best Interest of the students. t recognizes outstanding qualities in character, scholarship, and service, placing I " mnhasis upon leadership in student activities. Membership is composed of d undergraduate students of ail departments of American colleges and Blue Key sponsored a gigantic Homecoming Celebration and a dance e Homecoming game that was extremely successful. This dance was given the Monogram Club. Blue Key also cooperated with other campus organi- ctivities to perpetuate a more meaningful campus life. if I Kyjr juicer S of THE JUniOR CLRSS LiNZY E. BoYLEs, Jr. President Jack G. McCracken Secretary Charles C. lUiih, . Vice-President Wells Denyes Treasurer t O In O )f! i!j O O .ft P O -»! " 5 . J u n I R s Aardema, Thomas Frederick ...Greensboro, N. C. Dairy MtR- Abee, Daniel Keith Hickory, N. C. Elec. En r. Adams, Morris Clifton High Point, N. C. Civil Eii r. Adkins, Flake Long, ]i Winston-Salem, N. C. Elec. Hngr. Alapin, Marek Brooklyn, N. Y. Textiles Alexander, Charles Slaton ....Wilmington, N. C. Elec. En r. Alexander, John Pinner, i KT, Elizabeth City, N. C. hid. Efi r. Allen, lames Fontaine Clayton, N. C. Forestry (L.P.JM.) Allen, John Perry Kannapolis, N. C. Cii il Ettor. Alley, John Hampton Waynesville, N. C. Chem. En r. AUyn, Hosmer Phillip Essex, N. C. hid. Arts Ediicntioii Alston, William Jackson Concord, N. C. Arch. C- Const. Amburn, William Rawley Mt. Airy, N. C. A r. Education Amnions, Robert Lewis Raleigh, N. C. Tex. Chein. cr Dyeing Andrews, George William Mt. Gilead, N. C. Mech. Eu r. Angell, Burrel Dean Winston-Salem, N. C. A r. Econotuics Appleberry, Thomas Kenyon ..Wilmington, N. C. Elec. EnfJ r. Applegate, Gerald Richard .Winston-Salem, N. C. hid. Eti r. Armfield, Richard Locke Greensboro, N. C. hid. En r. Armstrong, E. B.. Jr., - , W. CoUingswood, N. J. Tex. Chem. Dyeing Arndt, John Lewis Mt. Holly, N. C. . iiiinal hid. Arnold, lames Paul, Jr Dover, N. C. Mech. Ens.r. Arslan. Osman Nuri Zonguldak, Turkey Tex. Dyeing Ashworth, James Colon Seagrove, N. C. Textiles Atkins, James Edward Gary, N. C. A r. Education Bailev, Carnell Hadley Sims, N. C. hid. Enor. Baitv. Alon, o Craig, Jr. ...Winston-Salem, N. C. Elec. En r. Baldwin, Claude Marion, Jr Leland, N. C. Elec. Enor. Ballard. Harold Alvin Stockesville, N. C. Animal hid. Bangs, Harold Hoyt, Jr Brevard, N. C. Elec. Ett r. Bardavid. Jose Mexico Textiles Barnes, Homer Marion Adams, N. C. Elec. En r. Barnes, Rupert Cecil, 2X Petersburg, Va. Textiles Barnctt, Marion Leonard Hickorv, N. C. Elec. En r. Ban. Harry Shields, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Tex. Mfo. Barrett. Clarence Jesse Rocky Mount, N. C. Elec. Enor. Barrosse, Bernard A., Jr Asheville, N. C. Mech. E " £jr. Bason, Vance Cecil Mebane, N. C. A r. Enor. Batts, Walter Teachey Rose Hill, N. C. Elec, Eiigr. Bazemure, Webster Carlyle Mt. Olive, N. C. Mech. En r. [142] nORTH CRROLinR (142) CLRSS OF ' 51 Bcam.iii. lolin Homer, KT Marion, N. C. forestry liiao. Kidianl C ' .irilton ....Winston-Salem, N. C. nice, fc ' njjr. Beaver. Fred WoWn Aslicvillo. N. C. TexliU-s Beeker, James Osborne Salisbury. N. C. Bellucei. Harold Norman New Loiiddn, Conn. CoMSfnictioM Bembery. 1 krm.m 1 lonrv, Jr Link- Ivick. Ark. Mcch. Enar. Benbow. John Robert Oak Ridye. . C . l rf K( »n Field Crops • Berrx ' hill, Joseph Sadler Charlotte, N. C. Itul. Hiilir. Bingham, Glenn Stearns Ralcioh, N. C. J«;i. Recrcatiou Bishop. Clifton Norman Kannapolis, N. C. Civil EtioT. Blackwelder, Nathan Devvitt, Jr.. .Cleveland, N. C. Textiles Blake, Charles David Raleigh. N. C. Cheitt. Enor. Blalock, William Hardy Reidsville, N. C. Chevt. Eiior. Blizzard, Paul Tunnev Deep Run. N. C .Agr. Etiucation Bondv. Charles Lloyd, ET, Rockaway Beach. N. Y. hid. En r. iFurniture Opt. Bonner, Earl Wayne Aurora, N. C. Civil Ertgr. Boseman, James Ferdie, Jr. . .Scotland Neck, N. C. litd. c- Rural Reerentioii Boswell, James Clifton Burlington. N. C. Textiles Bowden, Robert Marshall Advance, N. C. Animal hui. Bowerman, James Nelson Lockport, N. Y. Geol. Eu r. Bowers, Robert Joseph Sanford, N. C. Aor. Edtieation Bowling, Joseph Weslev Wake Forest, N. C. Dairy Praductioti Boyce, Robert Erskine. KT . Charlotte, N. C. Ceramics Boyd, WiUiam Henrv. Jr., KT. .Henderson, N. C. Client. Eiigr. Boyette, David Gerson Scodand Neck, N. C Aorononiy Boyles, Linzv Elwood, Jr., 2AE, High Point, N. C. Civil Eiigr. Brackett, Charles Ray Gastonia, N. C. Mecli. En r. Aero. Opt.i Bradford, Charles Robert Harrisonburg, ' a. Wildlife Cotiservatiou Z lilt. Bradley, Edward Braxton Raleigh. N. C. Wildlife Conservation c- Algl. Breece, Frederick Bullard Hope Mills, N. C. Textiles Brendle, John Henrv, Jr Brasstown, N. C. Ind. c- Rural Recreation Brewer, Joseph Bion Carthage, N. C. Textiles Brinkley, Carson Miles. AFP . . . .Colerain. N. C. •Agr. Education Bristow, Robert Lee Gan, ' sburg, N. C. . ' gr. c Biol. Chemistry Brockman, James Franklin, -X. Burlington, N. C. Tex. Cheni. tr Dyeinff Brown, Eugene Fisher, Jr Concord, N. C. Textiles Brown, Henry Andrew, Jr.. KA. .Greenville, N. C. Textiles Brown, Hovt Vernon Statesville, N. C. Mech. En r. (Aero. Opt.) Brown, Joe Otto Charlotte, N. C. Dairv Affs. Brown, Samuel T., Jr., KT, Elizabeth Citv, N. C. Animal hid. [143] STRTE COLLEGE Ci w D r! ri P). o. C) P n D D O Q J.: _S. f P J u n I R s Broyhill. Vernon Carlton Boomer, N. C. Fttrnitiire Mfg. £■ Alg . Brvant. Arthur Edwin Yadkinville, N. C. A r. Ediicatiou Bryant, Ray Forbes, N. C. AuricuUnre Bryant, Wilbur Glenn Elm City, N. C. Mech. Eu r. Bubas, Victor Albert Raleigh, N. C. Ind. c- Rural Recreation Buchanan. William C, HK . . Laurinburg, N. C. Textiles Buckner. Claude Alvin Arden, N. C A r. Ediiciitio}! Buckner. William Burnis Weaverville, N. C. Agriculture Buie. Charles Gibson, Jr Biscoe, N. C. Textiles Bumgardner, Harvey L. ..Kings Mountain, N. C. A r. {Poultry Science) Burchette, Glynn Edward . .Winston-Salem, N. C. Mech. Eufir. Burgess, George Megrew, Ai] Norfolk, Va. Ind. Ens r. Burgess, William Maurice, Jr, . .Greensboro, N. C. Elec. E ' igr. Butler, Rupert Carlyle Reidsville, N. C. Animal lud. Caldwell, Hardy R., Jr., Al ' P . . Wavnesville, N. C. Animal lud. Gaboon, Carl McGuire Swanquarter, N. C. A r. Education Calton, Hugh Carson Bostic, N. C. Anima} ]jid. Calverley, Frederick Jonathan ..Providence, R. T. Cer. En r. Cameron. Calvin Angus Kinston, N. C. Agronomy {Field Crofts) Cameron. Jack Kearns Thomasville, N. C. A r. Educutio}} Cantrell, Bruce Head Green Creek. N. C. Ci ' il Eiiiir. Capps, Lloyd Victor Raleigh N. C. Ind . £■ ' Rti ml Recreation Carlton. Hilton Pinetops, N. C. Aor. Education Carr. Richard Jackson Godwin, N. C. Aor. c- Binl. Chemistry Carroll, Eugene Edgar, Jr Danville, Va. Dairy Husbandry Carroll. Noah Warren Greenville, N. C. Ind. £- ' Rural Recreation Carson, Herbert Venable, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Ind. Eniir. Carter, Sidney Dale Kelford, N. C. Mech. En r. Cash. Joseph Benjamin Forest City, N. C. Animal hid. Cash, William Roy Charlotte, N. C. Ch ' il E " r. Caton, James Anthony, TKE . .New BedFord, Mass. Elec. Eij r. Caulder, Carl Lloyd Rockingham, N. C. ATchitecture Cease, Carl Bertram, Jr., AXA ...Edenton, N. C. Forestry Chadwick, Francis Clark, i; ' I ' E, Wilmington, N. C Cliem. Eiijjr. Champion, Henry Chivous, Jr. . . Kannapolis, N. C. Mech. Eiigr. Charles, James Robert Brevard, N. C. WiUllife Consen ' dtiiiii £■ Algf. Chatham, Richard Carlton High Point, N. C. Textiles Cheek, Daniel W Rockwell, N. C. Mech. Etis.r. Check, Donald Grady Shelby, N. C. Ind. £■ Rural Recreation Check, Guy Hammer Laurinburg, N. C. Mech. Hngr. [144] nORTH CRROLinR N.t. CLASS OF ' 51 tliristian. |i f llollcn, ITKA R.ikiyli. iN. C. Textiles C ' liri ii.in. Liiulsav W ' avnc. -H ..Mt. Airv. N. C. Textiles C luilnr. William Charles Canton, N. C. PottUrr Science (.lark, lanu-s McNeill. Jr Favcttc illc. N. C. Architecture tl.iik. laurcncc Clav, Jr Wavnesvillc, N. C. Tex. W ' enrinii r Desii n Cl.irk, Paul C;fni- Raleigh, N. C. rchiteettire Clayton. William Richard . . WinstonSaleni, N. C. lextile Mtil. Cloninijor, Lamar Conor Maiden, N. C. Tex. Chcvi. c- Dxeiuii Coble, John rdwiii Greensboro, N. C. Tcxiiles C.kIv. Willi.im R.ilph, Ir Alarka, N. C. Iilec. Eiiiir. t Illc. William Austin Candler, N. C. Iftd. ELhicatiori Colev. lames Edward Statesville, N. C. Chcvi. Enor. Colev, Richard Terrell Raleigh, N. C. hid. Fijgr. Colev, William Crawford, Ir Wendell, N. C. F-lec. Hii r. Cone, Thomas Morton Raleigh, N. C. Aiiricttltiire Conlev, David Wilson Morganton, N. C. Mech. Ewgr. Conner. James M., -AE Covington, Tenn. Te xtiles Conrad, Stephen George Greensboro, N. C. Geol. En r, Cooper. John Dobson, N. C. . ilitniil hill. Cooper, William Fred. Jr Danville, Va. ;..,). Arts Copeland, William Creccv. Jr. . . Davidson, N. C. .M(7c(i. En r. I . ero. Opt.) Corbett. Richard Keziah Garner, N. C. Mech. Eiij;r. i. ero. Ojit.l Correll. Dearl Brincetleld Raleigh, N. C. Elec. Engr. Corriher, Clyde Franklin . . . .China Grove, N. C. . uimtil hid. Council. Edward Land. -X . . . .Wananish, N. C. ;..J. E.isr. Cousins. Charles Clayton, N. C. Forestry i Forest Mgt.l Cox, John Martin, Jr Winston-Salem, N. C. HnrticuUnre ! Floricultitre ' Craddock, Henry Carlton, Jr. . .Reidsville, N. C. Elec. Etifir. Craglc. Raymcmd George Bloomsburo, Pa. . nintal Iitd. Crawford. James Dalton, -X Ahoskie, N. C. Civil En r. Creech, Billy 1 lume Raleigh, N. C. Cii ' il E«sr. Crosby. Roger Moore, II, -N ....Petersburg, ' ;i. Chem. Etijir. Crowd], Robert Edward Asheboro, N. C. Tc . C ieiii. c Dicing Curlin. Charlie Donald. :i:X Wilson, N. C. hti. En r. Currin. Sidnev Tavlor Oxford. N. C. Civil Engr. Dail. John Pinkney, jr LaGrangc, N. C. Agr. E«gr. Damcron, Lewis Wade Bessemer Citv, N. C. A r. Education Darden, Bruce Vaiden Farmville. N. C. DaughcrtN . Hilarv Dexter Kinston. N. C. Textiles Davenpttrt. C " hristopher Rodolph ..Alexandria, Va. A r. EiUiciitioii [145] STATE COLLEGE — f £i , k ' i(t =1 An.Z? li p C) a Q Q f C iM ' f K f Fl ' f f ' " i: i t. r n f . W y ' t. 1 i J u n I R s Davenport, John Robert Tarboro, N. C. Tfxtik- il jg. Davis, Bethel Holland Clinton, N. C. Civil Enar. Davis, James Ennis Youngsville, N. C. Ai r. Education Davis, James Frederick, Jr. . . .Rocky Mount, N. C. Civil En«r. Davis, Robert Boone, AXA ..Red Springs, N. C. Agr. Education Davis. Waveland D., Jr., 2n, Winston-Salem, N. C. Chem. E ' ifir. Davis, William Lynch, 3:X ..Mount Olive. N. C. Ind. Engl " . Debbaoh, Khalid A. K Koy Sanjak, Iraq A ricnitiire iFloriciiltiire) Dees, Wilbur Bruce Rockfish, N. C. Textiles Deese. Charles Glenn Kannapolis, N. C. Mcch. Hugr. Denves, Wells, - • ' Kenosha, Wis. Textiles DeVinev, Frank Allen Shelby, N. C. Mech. Enor. Dickens, James William Nashville, N. C. Agr. Eiigr. Dobbins, Robert Stanley Union, S. C. Civil En r. Dodge, Robert Jaquelin Raleigh, N. C. Civil Engr. Dodson, Jerome Roger Greensboro, N. C. Construction Donves, Charles Franklin Gary, N. C. Te . Chetn. c- Dveiiig Dooley, James Beverly, 2X Statesville, N. C. Construction Drew, G. W Willard, N. C. Elec, Eiigr. Duke, Richard Thomas Potecasi, N. C. -Agr. Education Dulin, Gradv Nicholson Charlotte, N. C. Clieni. En r. Dunman. Thomas Edward . . . .Greensboro, N. C. Mech. Enor. Dzura, Edward Joseph Fiskdale, Mass. Cer, Engr. Economou. Konstantine Peter . . Fayetteville, N. C. Chem. Engr. Edoerton, Thomas Colston Wallace, N. C. Textiles Edmondscm. James Petwav Raleigh, N. C. Elec. EiJgr. Edwards, Arthur Thomas Raleigh, N. C. hid. £■ Rural Recreation Edwards, Claude Richard Mt. Airv, N. C. hid. Arts Education Edwards, William Boren AsheviUe, N. C. Mech. Ejigr. Edwards, William Charles . . . .Kernersville, N. C. Civil Engr. Efland. Robert Flemins Efland, N. C. Textiles Elam, Clarence Benjamin, Jr. . . Mocksville, N. C. Civil En r. Ellinoton, Stanlev Mitchell, Jr. .. Henderson, N. C. Textiles Elmore, James Edgar Roanoke Rapids, Va. . rchitecture Emerson, Inhn I ludson Silcr Citv, N. C. Mech. Ei gr. Engman, Fred Latham Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Eiigr. Ennett, Eugene Thomas Swansboro, N. C. Elec. Enor. Erwin, Clyde Atkinson, Jr., -X ..Raleigh, N. C. . i r. Education Etchison, Philip Bowie Savannah, Ga. Forestry Etheridge, William Holder Carl, Ga. Mech. Eiigr. [146] nORTH CRROLinfl f CLRSS OF ' 51 Eubanks. William S.. Ir., AXA . .Grconsboro, N. C. M c l. tiisr. Evans. Hiirwoll Atkinson Tvncr, N. C. Mc-c. f.igr. Evans. IVwov Hobon. Jr.. . X. . . Maxton. N. C. .-li;r. EcotloHiics Evans, Johnnie Wilton Hoardman. . C. ARr. Edticatitin Evans. Leslie Ballard Uakiyli. . C Chfm. Ktljjr. Everett, Joseph Leslie Ncwsonis. ' a. .Aflintiil Iiiif. Everhart, Francis Delmar . . . Martinslniri;. W. ' a. Textiles Faulkner. Thiwnas Henrv. - K . . . .Kinston. i . C. Elt ' c, Eu r, Fentress. Lewis Blake Greensboro, N. C Civil Engr. Ferrell. Everett Neal, Sn Great Falls. S. C. General Textiies Fezio. Albert Peter Paulsboro. N. J Mecli. tiigr. Fisher. John Miller. Jr Roanoke Rapids. N. C Civil E»gr. Fite. Thomas Campbell Charlotte. N. C Cottstrtictioit Fix, Theodore Paul, -N ' Maplewood, X. J Textiles Flack. William Rav Marion, N. C Client. E " gr. Fletcher. Newton GmTi . . . Barium Springs, N. C. hid. Recreation Fly. John DaUon Rocky Mount. N. C. Textile Mfg. Folb. Reece, -fi Winston-Salem, N. C. Mech. En r. Foster. Clifford T.. Jr., 4 KT . . .Burlinoton, N. C. Ciiem. Ewgr. Foster. Henrv Ottis Winston-Salem. N. C. Fowler, Marshall Clay. Jr Hamlet. N. C. Itiii. E " gr. Fox, George W illiam. riK . . . .Randleman, N. C Textiles Fov. Wade Hampton, Jr Richmond, ' a. Elec. Engr. Fulp, Vestal Grav Winston-Salem. N. C. .Metli. Engr. Fulton, Jonathan Wyatt Greensboro. N. C. Elec. En r. Furches. Samuel Wade. ATP . .Farmington. N. C .4gr, Education Futch, William Stewart. KT . . . .Charlotte. N. C. Textiles Futrell, Zane Grev Fremont. N. C. PnlWtri Gardner. James Harding Cleveland. N. C. -4gr. Education Garrou, Henrv John, Jr Valdese, N. C. Textiles ■Milt. Opt.i Gav, Hilton Lee Zebulon, X. C. Elec. E»igr. Gentr ' , Edwin Bernard Greensboro, N. C. Elec. Etitir. George, Alvis O., Jr., AXA, Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Design Gerringer, Carr Elijah, Jr Newport News, Va. Elec. Eu r. Gies, Fred Thomas, Jr Hilton Village, Va. Forestry Gilbert, Claude Lawrence, Jr. . .Statesville, N. C. Mech. En r. Glass, Fred Truitt Sanford. N. C. Textiles Goble, James Raeford Hiddenite, N. C. Elec. Engr. Golenpaul, Howard, 2AM ..New Bedford, Mass. Elec. Enffr. Gooden, Douglas Stuart ... .Eliza bethtown, N. C. Civil Ewgr. [147: i.i .. m XiM i ft ft ( 9 f § V ik-. i ikifii r I .M p p n p p L ' -T LJ} fc.f STRTE COLLEGE f f h h h J u n I R s Goddman, Joseph Gordon, Jr., -X, Ft. Worth, Texas Ini. Hurat Rt ' cveation Goodwin, Paul FrankHn Concord, N. C. Mech. Eiiil ' -. Gottlieb, Kenneth, ' I ' EH . . . Hadden Heights, N. J. Textiles Graves, Rav McCollum, Jr. . . Kernersville, N. C. A3,ncidtitre Green, James Mclver Thomasville, N. C. Ai ricttliitic Greenbero, Leland Hugh Greensboro, N. C. Textiles Greene, Edward Mitchell Durham, N. C. Ind. Eti r. Greene, Ronald Broughton Zebulon, N. C. In.l. Eu«r. Greoory, John Hayes Franklin, N. C. Aniiuitl liiil. Griffin, Rudy Lee Greensboro, N. C. Civil Enjji ' . Grimes. Jesse Floyd Coats, N. C. Aor, EditctUiou Grocc, Douolas Campbell Greensboro, N. C. Elec, Eifor. Cjurski, Chester Patrick Ford Citv, Pa. Elec, Engl ' . Guyton, Dodridge Lee Bladenboro, N. C. Agr. Edttcittioti Ham, Dwight Jordan Charlotte, N. C. F aricii liirt ' Hampton, Williain Roy Washington, N. C. Tex. Chem. £■ Dreing Hance, J. T Heath Springs, S. C Torestry Hardauav, Robert Early, HL KA . .Columbus, Ga. Textiles Harrod, Karl LeRoy Washington, D. C. Architecture Harrinoton, Lawrence Caleb, Winston-Salem, N. C. Jinl. Eii.c... Harris, Peter John Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Engr. jrrison, John Ruben, Jr. . .Winston-Salem, N. C. Mech. Ei7gf. Harrison, Thomas Clinton Asheville, N. C. Elec. En r. Hart, Edgar Lee Tarboro, N. C. Elec. Engr. lartgroN ' e, Edgar Lee King, N. C. Elec. Enor. 1 l.irtsell. Robert Lee Charlotte, N. C. Honicjiltiiie Harvvood, Dewev Gilbert, Jr.. .New London, N. C. Anitunl hid. Hatch. James Royce Mt. Olive, N. C. Civil Eu r. Hatcher, John Martin Leland, N. C. Elec. Eris,r. Hayes, XA ' illiam Hayden Gr;nite Falls, N. C. Textiles Haynes, Sara Adelaide Raleigh, N. C. Textiles I layn-e. Earl Darrell Swannanoa, N. C. Elec. En r. I ieaco. , William Gaskins Raleigh, N. C. Elec. EiJgr. I lehns. Joe Calvin Marshvillc, N. C. . Vtir. Editciitioii Hendricks. Herbert Ray Richmond. Va. I ' orestry lendrix. John Eloin Winston-Salem, N. C. Eh ' c. Euiir. lerrino. George Deems Asheboro, N. C. Mech. Enor. I licks, Harold Albert Asheville, N. C. Alfc i. EMgp. Hicks, William Daniel . .O.xford, N. C. Tex. Clicm. C- ] ' rciuo 1 linkel. James Edward Charlotte, N. C. Elec. EufJi ' . [148] nORTH CRROLinR CLASS OF ' 51 1 Imkli-. l.iiius Iui Salishurv. N. C. Diiiry Mfn. Ilins.m. HiclLiril Lawrcniv, MK ' I ' . .Charlotte, N. C. Hinson, Walton 1 Icatli Marsin illc, N. C. Civil liilfir, HixliHlt. Ilouaril Thomas Ualciijh. N. C (■ iciii. Eiigr. 1 IoowihkI. Doiialil l.i ' vinc Ettrick, ' a. lloko. Frcil Ritchie Granite CJuarrv. . C. Civil E» r, llollaiul, l%oberl 1 iit;ene ConovcT, N. C. Textiles llolloxM-11. Icluin Cirovson ..iXcuton (irove, N. C. Ueeh. tiiur. lliilthousiT, r olxrt Moore, KT ..Charkitte, N. C. (■ . Cliem, £• Dn ' inK 1 lorner, Hilwarii Clarke, Jr Oxford, N. C. hid. Enfir. llorliin, ClattiN T ' ruett Wendell, N. C. A r, Education Ho kins, Hen l?ernard Olin, N. C. Geitl. Enor, Howard. Dovle Lee Mt. Pleasant, N. C. Pottltrv Science Howard. Everette Eugene, Jr. . . Statesville, N. C. Etec. £«fir. Howell. William Smith Goldsboro, N. C. Field Crops HudsJins. Horace Carlton Greensboro, N. C. I ttmher Products Mf . Huttman. Rov A Newton, N. C. Civil Eit r. Hunninys. Wardie Giles. Jr Charlotte, N. C. Textiles Hunter. John Everett. Jr Raleigh, N, C. Chem. En r. Hunter. William Herman Charlotte. N. C. Textiles 1 lutchins. Frank Tabor Raleioh, N. C. Cer. En r. Ibrahim. Samir Khalil Cairo. Egvpt Field Crops Ingram, William McGee Kenansville, N. C. Civil Etii r. Ireland. Henrv Richard Greensboro, N. C. Chem. E " or. Ireland. Rulus Johnson Amitvville. N. Y. Civil Eu r. Jackson. Clvde Alfred. Jr Greensboro. N. C. Forest Management Jackson. Ralph Hilliard, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Civil Eiti r. Jackson. Thomas .Andrew Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Hngr. Jacob. Haiim Abdul-Xabi, -AM Basra, Iraq Textiles James, .Max Ralston Statesville, N. C. Agricitltitre James. Ma.xwell Howard Greensboro. N. C. Geol. Engr. Jar is, Lester Clyde Earmington, N. C. Chem. Engr. Jenkins, Alvin Wilkins. Jr Raleigh. X. C. Elec. En r. Jenkins, Franklin Nathaniel, Jr., Greensboro. N. C. Mech, Engr. Jenkins, Fred Cline Charlotte, N. C. Elec. Engr. Jenkins, Robert Darrell, ATP . . . . Potecasi, N. C. Agr. Edticatioti Jewett, Richard Gerard . . .West Englewood, N. |. Lumber Products Mfg. Jobe, Howard VX ' alker Mebane, N. C. Textiles Johnson, Albert Sidney, Jr Shawnee, Okla. Mech. Engr. Johnson, Arthur Garrett, Jr. . .Greensboro, N. C. Mech. En fir. [149] STRTE COLLEGE tf KB L mil I 1m w. v- C giif ' J u n I R s Johnson, David Reece Hampton. Va. Mech. Engl ' . Johnson, Garnette Tabor Fayetteville, N. C. A r. Educiitioti Johnson. George Oscar, Jr., AS , Bloomfield, Conn. Elec, Etl r. Johnson, James Noah High Point, N. C. Mech . En r. Johnson. Walter Christopher ..Fayetteville, N. C. Aar. Eu r. Jones, Adam Crane, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Engr. Geti. ones, Arthur Lee Raleigh. N. C. Civil Eiior. ones, Clifford Morris Philadelphia, Pa. Aniwul hut. ones. Gene Watts, KT Durham, N. C. Architecture Jones, James Arthur Spencer, N. C. Mech. Engr. Jones, Norman Lee Rutherfordton, N. C. Civil Engr. Jones, Ralph Norman Franldinville, N. C. Civil Engr. Jovce, Hardin S Stoneville, N. C. Agr. Engr. Jovce, Thomas Winfield ..Winston-Salem, N. C. Civil Engr. Joyner, Jesse Clinton Wilson, N. C. Agr. Economics Jovner, William Marion Charlotte, N. C. Textile!. Kellam. John Richard, HKA ..High Point, N. C. Textiles Kellcy, James Edward Henderson, N. C. hul. Engr. Kellv. Harvev N Wadesboro, N. C. Aero. En r. Kemper. Richard Barrett Shelby, N. C. -Mech. Euor. {Aeru. Opt.) Kiker, John William Wadesboro, N. C. Mech. Engr. [Aero. Opt.) Riser, Ralph Wilson Raleigh. N. C. Elec. Enor. Kistler, Thomas Lee Mooresville, N. C. Civil Etif r. Kittrell, Willie Arthur, Jr Kittrell, N. C. Textiles Klein, Henry Jacob Elmhurst, L. I.. N. Y. Architecture Knowles, Douglas Bryan Wallace, N. C. Mech. Eu r. Knowles, Guy E Wadesboro, N. C. GerA. Ettgr. Koch, Peter Michael, ' t ' Eri New York, N. Y. Textiles Kota. Veeriah Hyderabad-Du. India Tex. Chetn. £■- Dyeing Kuller, Benjamin Clarke . . .Margarita, Canal Zone hid. Engr. Lamb, George Elbert, KT Asheville, N. C. Forestry Lambert, Charles Thomas Norfolk, Va. Civil Engr. Lampe, Ross Warren, :i:A i Raleigh, N. C. Cheni. Etigr. Lancaster, George Warren, Jr. . . Pemberton, N. J. Agr. EdtictUion Lance, Marvin Ernest Candler, N. C. Textile Algt, Landen. Lemuel Thomas, Jr. ..Wilmington, N. C. Mech. Engr. Lange. George Frederick Audubon, N. J. Dairy hluslumdry Lasnick, Julius Morristown, Tenn. Textiles Laughon, John Charles Rocky Mount, N. C. Textile Mgt. Lawrence, Charles Solomon, Winston-Salem, N. C. Textiles Lawrence. Don Earl, Jr., i;AE ...Raleigh, N. C. Elec. Engr. [150] nORTH CflROLinfl CLRSS OF ' 51 I .uvs. Oim.ilil K.inn.ipulis. N. C. lice. I:lli;r. Loallicrs. illi.uii 1 loraco. Jr. .. .Gaston i;i, N. t ' . K ' i l. J: " riyr. L(. ' ss ott. Jorrv Di ' Witte Waslniimnii. N. C Civil I ' Myr. LcGraiul. C " liarli-s AvciK-k. i:il 1 l.milot. . C. Iml. i; " i;r. Lesko. l ci;is loliii Homestead. Pa. M.Wi. K;is;r. liAiii. Riclianl hor W ' illi.imston. N. C. 111. . I.iyr. Lewis. 1 utlier Ikidsers, i:. K ..llii;h P..mi. . C. M.dl. hil.ar. Lewis. Steven Eugene Favettev ille. N. C ' . ■ ' orfsfry Lioon. LlxMioil licuinc. -X Durham. N. C. IcMiles little, Kli.ilioil M.nii Rii1htsiiii ille, N. C. I UtricnltiiTf Little, lames Duncan. Jr M.nslnille. N. C. Civil H ' l.ijr. Loflin. Clarence Harold Denton. N. C. .■l«r. Eilticatinft Long. Hnlxrt W ' ilbum Hillsboro. N. C. .li r. hditn.lion Long. Thomas Edmund Hickorv. N. C. Elec. Euiir. Lougee. Xiryinius Bryan. Ill .... Durham. N. C. luil. Enor, Lousada, Luiz Claudio G. ..Rio de Janeiro. Brazil Textiles Louder. Alfred Norman, ATP, New London. N. C. Dairy ProAuction Lowe. Joseph Valentine, Jr VVadesboro, N. C. Mech. Euor, Lutz, James Smvcr Newton. N. C. Textiles Lverlv. Albert Malcolm Newton, N. C. Civil Euor, Lvon. Jesse Rudolph Winston-Salem, N. C. Mech. Engr. Lvtle, Charles Edgar, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Elec. En r. Lvtton, Rome Gaffney, Jr., Lake W ' accamaw. N. C. Ind. Arts Mabry, Scott William Trinity, N. C. . iirotiomy iEield Crops) Majette, Joe Pretlow, -X Como, N. C. Mech. Enor. Mallard. Lawrence Henrv . ■ . .Greensboro. N. C. Ardiitectiire .Mandel. Frank Howard Brooklyn. N. Y. Textiles Manning. Curtis Rav New Bern, N. C. Ind. Evar. Maples. Hughie Martin, Jr. . . .Wadesboro, N. C. Cliem. Eijf r. . Margolis. William. ::AM Brooklyn, N. Y. Textiles Maroof. Ridha Said Sulaimania, Iraq A ricultttre Martin. Farl Douglas Youngstown, Ohio Civil Ewgr. •Martin. George Dewey, Jr. . . .Greensboro, N. C. Elec. Engr. Martin. Jesse Clay Franklinville, N. C. Animal Ind. Martin. John Charles Larksville. Pa. Ind. c- Rural Education Martin. Thomas Milton Cramerton. N. C. Textile Mgt. Martin, William Arthur Hampton, Va. Ind. Edtication Martin. V ' illiam Perry Cramerton, N. C. .Ai ricnltttre Masten. James Clemmons ..Winston-Salem. N. C. forestry Matheson, Lawrence Evander ....Monroe, N. C. .4gr. Education [151] STATE COLLEGE i 4 II i ! 1 P P , f Q m (JiJU J u n I R s Maxwell, Allen Justin Charlotte. N. C. Aiiiwal Imi. Miixwi ' ll, Gilbert M., AXA .. Seven Springs, N. C. Ind. Engr. (ftirn. A ffi. £ " A gf.) Mav. William Harold Greensboro, N. C. Textiles Mavnard, Earl Thomas, Jr Dunn, N. C. Textiles Mavo, James Harold Greenville, N. C. Etec. Engy, M.irrill, Kenneth Arnold Skyland, N. C. Civil En r. Aliddlelon, Charles Maxwell Raleigh, N. C. Textiles Mioaleddi, Peter Dante Bradford, Pa. Civil Enar. Milam. James Paslay Durham, N. C. Architecture Miller. Donald Wilbur Lonoview, Wash. Textiles Miller, Errett Dennis High Point, N. C. hid. En r, Miller, Joe Henry Winston-Salem, N. C. Forestry Miller. Paul Davis, Jr Statesville, N. C. Chein. En r. Miller, Reuben Forest Hills, N. Y. Architecture Miller, Robert George Irvington, N. ]. Design Miller. Walter Harry E. McKeesport, Pa. Forestry Miller, William Fielden ...Laurel Springs, N. C. Animal Iml. Mitchell, Richard Theodore, i; E . .Raleigh, N. C. Architecture Mitchell, Robert Earl Greensboro, N. C. Mech. Etior. Mooney, Ed W Draper, N. C. IniU Recreation Moure, Arnold Whittington . . Roanoke Rapids, Va. Civil Engr. Moore, Kent Clayton Marshville, N. C. bid. Enor. Moore, Milton Jasper Elm City, N. C. Cii-i( Eiior. Moore, Vernon Warren Raleigh, N. C. Elec. Eiigr. Morgan, Estus Norman, Jr Asheboro, N. C. Textiles Morgan, James Pershing Salisbury, N. C. Textiles Morgan, William Franklin . . . .Troutman, N. C. Mech. Engr. Moritz, Adrianus Johannus L., Jr. ..Enka, N. C. Chem. Engr. Morris, Lawrence Preston Maxton, N. C. Horticulture Morrison, William Fred, Jr., HK . . Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Eti r. Morton. Jere Leonard, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Ind. £r Rural Recreation Moss, Charles Albert, Jr., 4 ' KT . .Gastonia, N. C Architecture Mott, Harold Caroleen, N. C. Elec. En r. Muller, Walter Chance, B l n Merion, Pa. Textiles Munn, William Mannes . . .Rocky Mount, N. C. Mech. Engr. Murrav, Frank Clavton, Jr Raleigh, N. C. . gr. Echicutiou Musser, William Handley . . . . Frankford, W. Va. Textiles Mustian, Edward Louis, Jr Kittrell, N. C. Textile Mfg. Myers, Clifton Jennings Danville, Va. Construction McAlister. Ralph Monroe Greer, S. C. Ind. Engr. [152] nORTH CflROLinR CLASS OF ' 51 MiAiiU-v. liili.m Brown St.iii ' s illc. . C I tvd ' Ifs McCormick. Donald M.. -X . .tlrocnshoro. N. C " . : ri:h. l-tii r. McCrackcii. l).i iJ lildridsc . . ' a iks ilk ' , N. C. i;r. l-Juciitiitn iMcCrackcn. Jack G.. AXA . . . Kernersvillc, N. C. Mali. Hufir. {Aero. Opt. ' McCrav. H.irriM.n R.. Jr Charlotte. N. V. flee. En r. McUaiiifl. C.ricr Little, jr., Kin s Miiuiit,ii[i, N. C Mce ' h. i-iiyr. McDanid. lolm Urcv. Ir Raleiyh, N. C. Ie lile Ml! . McGee, 1 1.irokl t lino Newton, N. C. I; ' ;.-..-, tllljr. McCUue. Sam Frank Ralciyh, N. C. . ru»oinr McClinnis. Willi.uii Charles Charlotte, N. C ' . Ditin Hnsljiim ri .Melnnis. Daniel Paul, Jr. . .Winston-Salem, N. C. Uul. .- rts Ethication Mclntxre. lulian Holmes iMaxton, N. C. Textiles McKaughan. Clavton Carlvle ..Greensboro. N. C. Mccb. i u r. McKeel. James Thomas, Jr. ..Washington, N. C. Hlec. EttHT. .McKenzie, Colin William, Jr. ..Pinehurst, N. C. Textiles McLain, James Howard, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Elec. En r. McXeal. Bruce Marion, N. C. Uul. t- Riinii Recreation McPherson. Thomas Richmond . . Mebanc, N. C. Dairy Hltshiiudry McOu.iv, Edgar Eugene Charlotte, N. C. Elec. Eti r. .McRee, Gerald Lee Charlotte, N. C. Tex. Cliem. £ Dyeing Nance. Hovt Franklin Cornelius, N. C. Civil Enor. Nccl. Oliver Anderson, Jr., ITK . .Charlotte. N. C. Te. fi(cs Neelv. Clvde Caldwell Charlotte, N. C. Engr. G£7»J. Newkirk, Joseph Whitfield Magnolia. N. C. Flee. Eiigr. Nichols. Thomas Everette, Jr Raleigh. N. C. . or. Education Nicholson. Clifton Leonidas Raleigh, N. C. Elec. Engr. Noah. Joseph Watson Greensboro, N. C. hid. Enor. Nowell, William Baxter, Jr Wilson, N. C. Textiles O ' Briant, Jdhn Samuel. AXA . .Red Springs, N. C- Odom, Henry Sheldon Norfolk, Va. hid. Enor. O ' Neal. Robert Lance Neuse, N. C. Mech. Enor. ■ Aern. Opt. Orr. Albert Summev, Jr., KA ....Monroe, N. C. Textiles Osborne, Ellie James, Jr Hamlet, N. C. Mech. Ett r. Overbv. Willis Henrv Lavvsonville. N. C. : f riculture Parduc. Jame Edwin Elkin. N. C. T CXI lies Parker. John Frederick Sunburv. N. C .-l r. Education Parker, William Edward Rich Square, N. C. hid. EHf r. Pate, Harold Judson Raleigh, N. C. Civil En r. Patterson, James William Franklinton, N. C. .A ijr. Educution Patterson, William Earl, Jr Charlotte. N. C. Elec. En r. [153] STATE COLLEGE f1 C5. c d ii ' ik i hd J«% wff Ic erf- r« Cv? h " f r.i J u n I R s Paul, Herbert Mason Highlands, N. C. I ' lec. Eiis.r. Pavne, Berry Carson Charlotte, N. C. hul. Etior. Perkins, Frank E., Jr., ITK . . Laurinburg, N. C. Civil Eug r. Perkins, Khan Vail Goldsboro, N. C. Aor. Eiincntioti Peroni, George Paul Norwich, Conn. Fores(n Perrv, Robert Linwood Raleigh, N. C. Cil ' il Euor, Perry, A ' illiam Herbert, Jr Jamesville, N. C. ' ifr. Eilitcatifni Pettinelli, Eugene Fedelis, TKE . . .Elmhurst, N. Y. EU ' c, Ejitjr. Phelps, Richard Field, Jr Wilmington, N. C. Mecit . Eiior. Phillips, Billy Lee Siler City, N. C. Poultry Science Pickett. George Eugene, Jr Ft. Belvoir, Va. hill. Recreation Plemmons, lames Kelcie, Jr., tlK , Asheville, N. C. Mech. Ei, ;r. Poole. Thomas Russell Mebane, N. C. Textiles Synthetia Presson. Risden Tyler, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Elec. E)if r. Price, Billy Ray Lucama, N. C. l r. Education Price, Herman Reaves Leaksville, N. C. bid. En r. Proctor. Edwin Lowe Charlotte. N. C, Mecii. En r. Prongav, Robert G., i: ! ' : ..Winston-Salem, N. C. Ind. t- Hiind Recreation Pruitt, Julian Sharp Carteret, N. J. Cliem. Enor. Puckett. Robert McCIean Charlotte. N. C. Constructifni Pudnos. Mortimer, -AM Bronx. N. Y. Textiles Pugh, Charles Ray, Al ' P Asheboro, N. C. Rural Sociology Purser, James Andrew, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Elec. En r. Puryear, Robert Grey, TKE Oxford, N. C. Elec. En r. Putnam, Glenn William, Jr. . . .Orangeburg, S. C. Etec. £i,sr. Ragan, Caldwell, Jr Gastonia, N. C. Textiles Ramsey. Herbert Wilson, - E ...Kinston, N. C. Elec. Eni r. Ramsey, V ' illard Benjamin .... Brasstown, N. C. Field Crops Randall, James Harris, AXA ...Forest City, N. C. Textiles Randall, Robert Jack Salisbury, N. C. Textiles Ranzino. Samuel Salvadore Gary. Ind. Ind. cr Rural Recreatioti Reed, Robert Wendell Forest City, N. C. Elec. En r. Renfro, James Francis . . . .Mountain Home. N. C, Forestry Resor, James Lee Sylva, N. C, Geol. En r. Rhvne, William Lowrance Catawba, N. C. Elec. Etior. Richards, W ' esley Earl Zebulon, N. C. .-Vijr. Eco ioitiics Richardson. Frank Raymond . . . .Trenton, N. J. Wildlife Couservatiou C- Ms.t. Robbins, Raymond King Concord. N. C Geol. Etifir. Roberts, Blair Wilson, Jr., KT ..Charlotte, N. C. Tex. Client. DyeiHg Roberts, Cecil Parham, —X Kinston, N. C. Construction Roberts, Clair Walters, AE ..Greensboro, N. C. Mech. Eu r. [154] — nORTH CRROLinfl CLASS OF ' 51 RobiTts. Donald Lorain Riu . P.i flfi-. Eufir. Robinson. Marvin Blonmliild. . |. Textiles Robertson. Ricliani Blake ....Washington. . C. I lee. l;fii;r. Rodgcrs. James Athol. - ' I ' K . . Thomasvillf, N. C " . I ' ttruittire Mfs. c- ,Mi»f. Roi ' crv. Willi.mi MochIv Alhcniarli-. N. C. .•Mill ' s Roe, Georyi- Kvlnirn Sparta. N. t " . Cliem, £«fir. Roeskc. Harrv Thomas Pcnns Grovo, N. J. Ctiein. E«gr. Rooker, Mar in Rav Rockv Mtiunt. X. C. mi. F.n T. Ross. John Alexander, UK . . .Morjjanton, N. C. Ciri tMj r. Routh. Charles Amos Winston-Saleni. N. C. Igr. Engr. Rowe, Alton Floyd, Jr Avden. N. C. Forestn iL.P.M.i Rucker, Dana Henrv, III Raleigh. N. C. Cieil En r. Rucker. Oris Gray. Jr., - E Kinston. N. C. Iitii. ir Rlird Recreation Russ. Clarence Austin Wilminoton, N. C. htd. Education Ryan. X ' ernon Sherrill Salisbury, N. C. Textiles Ryman. John Kencyl, AXA . . . . Whitehoue. N. J. Civil En r. Sadler, Robert Leroy Greensboro, N. C. Chem, £»ifir. Sain, Julius William Hickory, N. C. Elec. £«fir. Sanderson, Leiand Russell Beulaville, N. C. Attituul hid. Sanderson. William Hugh ...Rockv Point, N. C. C ' oiisfrKCIioii Sarvis, Samuel Gurley Tabor City, N. C. Ind. EHgr. Saunders, Charles Houston. Jr. ...Raleigh. N. C. Elec. £«gr. Saunders, George A Philadelphia. Pa. Architecture Savage, Hubert Max, -11... Rocky Mount. N. C. Textiles Sawyer, Robert William Darien, Wis. .Architecture Scheinberg, Carl, E n Brooklyn, N. Y. Textiles Scheviak, Har ey Harrv Kenosha, Wis. Textile Afgl. Scholtes. William Edgar . . .Winston-Salem, N. C. Forestry Scott. Blondv Ebert Rockv Point, N. C. «( . . ns Education Scott. Paisley White Haw River. N. C. .Agriculture Scott, Ralph Henderson, Jr Mebane. N. C. .4gr. (Dairy A fg. I Scott, Robert Walter Raleigh, N. C. .4gr. (_Dairy Prod. ' ) Scovil, Roger Morris, - I E Greenville, S. C. Civil £Hgr. Scroggs, James Alan Roaring River, N. C. Dairy ,Mfg. Sealev. Elmer J Orruni. N. C. .X rictilture Seaman, Ernest George Xorlina. . C. Chem. £«gr. Seabolt, Paul Clayton Denton. . C. .Agr. Education Segal. Phillip M., Jr., En .. .Greensboro, . C. Tex. Chem. u- Dyeing Sellers, Elmo Murray, -PE . . .Greensboro, N. C. Civil En T. Setzer, John Lee Hickory, . C. Mech. Engr. [155] STRTE COLLEGE 9P 9 9 ■ Q jp n O O X 4 I M. " P P f! J u n I R s Sexton. John Richard, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Mech. Eiigr. Sexton, William Marvin Plvmouth, N. C. I ' tjiiltrv Science Shackelford, William Russell ....Fremont, N. C. Ai riciilture Shackelton. Charles Calvin . . . Waynesville, N. C. .A r. Economics Shaw, Charles Milton Florence, S. C. Elec. Etjfir. Shaw. John Calvin Fayetteville. N. C. Textiles Shaw, Robert Morrison Huntersville, N. C. Alech. En r. Shell, Gene Arden Forest City, N. C. Textiles Shepherd. George William, Jr., -X, Graham, N. C. Mech. Eiior. Shepherd, Hugh Harold Salisbury, N. C. -Itjr. Editctitioit Sherman. Gordon Bernard Gastonia, N. C. Arciiitectiire Sherrill. Bovce Jackson Statesville, N. C. Polillrv Shober, Richard Hastings, -N ....Kenosha, Wis. Textiles Shouse, Russell Henry, Jr. . .Winston-Salem. N. C. Elec. En r, Shuford, David Marcus Arden, N. C. Chein. Bn r. Shuping. James Alexander, TKE, Morganton, N. C. Mech. En r. Sides, David Wellington Statesville, N. C. Duirr Husbiitulry Signoret, Joseph Albert .... Mexico City, Mexico Textiles Silvanetto, Jose Custodio .... Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Textiles Silverstein, Myron Lee Greensboro, N. C. Textiles Simmons, Harry Quinton Newport, N. C Af rotioiuy Simpson, Elmer James High Point, N. C. hul. Fiiiir. Simpson, J. C Union Mills, N. C. Elec. En r. Simpson, William Tate Burlington, N. C. Textiles Sinclair, Joe Neal Rowland, N. C. .Atjr. Education Sink, Earlv Maxwell Lexington, N. C. Anitttnl hul. Sink. Homer Alexander Lexington. N. C. . uinutt Uul. Skaarup, Allen Frederick Cranford, N. J. Litinher PruiUtcts Skeen, Hobson Leon Thomasville, N. C. Mech. Eiii r. Slack. Gilbert McLoud Pinetown, N. C. Architectttre Slaughter, Joseph Bert Oxford, N. C. AfJr. Ettgr. Sloan, William Albert Mt. Ulla. N. C. Architecture Smith, Benjamin Willie Lillinoton, N. C. Aiiroiioniy Smith, CharHe Brown. Jr Albemarle, N. C. Eiec. Eii r. Smith, Charles Ennis. - E ... Wilmington. N. C. Civil Uti r. Smith, Horace Anders m, AXA ..Gastonia, N. C. .l r. Etifjr. Smith. Jack, Jr Oak Citv, N. C. Anittuil 1 1 itsbtifidrx Smith. Julian Lamar Elm Citv, N. C. hid. Iiiiir. Smith, Millard R.. AX.V ..Poplar Branch. N. C. Elec. Etie, ' ' . Smith. Ralph Lemuel, Jr Charlotte, N. C Elec. Eii r. [156] — nORTH CRROLinR CLASS OF ' 51 - m- m Smith. PvolK-rt Wildon 1 l.iinkt, N. C. 4. - «... 4. Xi Smith. Pm.v W.. Jr., KA. Albrook . .l .1!.. Canal Zone Rlr P . K . Spcctorman. Carol C. . . Isr.ul . .tfAsl H k j Spencer. Donald Irving. IIKA ..Greensboro. N. C. f l W I " | 1 1 Sperber. M.irtin loseph New Y,irk. . V. f« ' ' 1 ' ' V " f ' ' ' . rWMi...(.ir.- V :- A ' ■ Squier. William Harlan ..... .Greensboro. N. C. X ' k. ,4? " k ' ' " H c. v m{ H llttKJH Carv, . c. BB ' . ■ ' ■ H ■■i HJiPH ' Kj ™ Gary. N. C. ' ¥ W S Steiner. Gcorsje L Kevv Gardens, N. V. f " » ' . »l ' ■ • n l " ' ■• ' S I !f ■ ' " ? Stewart, John Bruton Fayetteville, N. C. A " -- xr ' J • " ' jg j J Stewart. Overton Gopeland, Jr Cliftv, Tenn. i B p ■3 fc. | ifc . Wf- | K fc?W Strawbridoe, Harold K., TKE Durham, N. C. |P W P K. IHft Strickland. Elton Farlev Tabor Gitv, N. G. 1 f F-«. 9 «tr1 i f Agr Eduction f ' ■f ' St - f. f f " ••kf Stump. John Ralph Nathan ' s Creek. N. C. ' - " il- Vi- SugRS. Robert Arland Burlington, N. C. r b» . AVt ' ■ Svvaim. lohn Henry Greensboro, N. C. W m iL X 1 I A A " Swain, Rufus S., KT Wilmington, N. C. a j 1 , M jflJH 1 . P V Swart, William Hendrick ... .Wilmington, N. C. » | | | I 1 1 1 1 Swayngim, Donald Spencer Clyde, N. C. m i f ' Talbert, William Howard , .Winston-Salem, N. G. . LZL ' V .«L! -CS W ' f Talton. Charles Francis Oxford. N. G. A , W 9 ' Tate, Norman Earl New Orleans, La. ■ «»■ Tate. William Van. Jr Winston-Salem, N. C. ' B S 1 il Tatum, . Iar hall Wesley Laurinburg, N. G. fL. -vr ' •- " «» jTlMk . " «=• ' 1 OT. V. Taylor. Ezma Clay Governors Island. N. Y. V " " . - ' ,dtt — " Taylor. Henry Anderson. KA Raleigh. N. C. - ' .- T t ik ' . . dV ' Taylor. Conrad McDonald Raleigh, N. C ■A B Bi BB H P ■ Taylor. William Lewis Middlesex, N. C. ifl W 0Smk. Hk 0 Floriculture r 9 iS 1 I Tencick, John Joe ... New York, N. Y. U « . f - " " ' -» r ' --% . Ittd. ir Rural Recreatiou ' » ' - Ternouth. Richard S. Rhodesia, South Africa " -t " ' »- ' - ' Jt C » . j;rici.(liirc ' V ' ' X_ W - Tew, Roy Vernon. Jr Godwin, N. C. f V " tL Ki Thomas, Lumas Carper, Jr Durham, N. C. B 4 B B ■ ■i »« SS i Bli JIMSB »£ II C iem. lin r. Thomas. Phillip Ray Hiddenite. N. C. mKt K. Mf Elec. Engr. f W ' | Thomas, Robin Raleigh. N. G. mm ••« ' ' • J-a» «» ' iii . Rccreatirnt P ' Thomason. Robert Hume Flemington. N. J. k ' " - Thomason. Shelton William Hickory, N. C. B W Ifcr ' W .. [157] STRTE COLLEGE S Jnm t pH f - Ib l, 1 fm l mjtmk i 4?-, L T f p f f -f ft J u n I R s Thompson, James Howard . .Mountain Park, N. C. Animal lud. Thompson. Julius Tate ....Rocky Mount, N. C. Elec. En r. Thornton, Henry T., Jr. ..Elizabeth City, N. C. Civil En r. Tolan, Lewis Eric, -H Belhaven, N. C Mech. Eiinr. Tolar. Albert Ernest, Jr Fayetteville, N. C. A r. Education Tollcson, George R., AXA, Kings Mountain, N. C. Civil Eng r. Treadaway, Harry Hart Wadesboro, N. C. Mech. En r. Turam. Hikmet Isa Istanbul. Turkey Textiles Turner, Romie Mack Nashville, N. C. Mech. En r. Turner, Walter Boyce Stanfield, N. C. Anitual Husbaudry Turnmyre, Frederick S Granite Falls, N. C. Elec. En r. Tutzauer, Frank Emil, Jr Greensboro, N. C. Elec. En r. Twyford, James Whitridge Dunn, N. C. Elec. Eu r. Tyndall, Joseph Franklin Pink Hill, N. C. A r. Eiiitciition Umberger, John Crittenden Durham, N. C. Ctiem. En r. Vanderlip, William Joseph Charlotte, N. C. Civil Ens,y. Vernelson, Holden Daniel Clark, N. C. Dairy Mfa. Vernon, Marshall Byrd Milton, N. C. Cheni, En r. Vick. Allen Raye Kelford, N. C. Mech. Eiigr. Walker, Margaret Elizabeth Raleigh, N. C. Ind. Recrcatio}i Walker, William Lyman Goldsboro, N. C. Elec. Eniir. Wall, Lawrence Austin ..Guilford College, N. C. Mech. Eiitic Wallace. Thomas Eugene Dallas, N. C. Textile Mfa,. Waller, Loman Hoyt Wilson, N. C. Medi, Eii r. Walls, James Emmett Hickory, N. C. Civil Eiiur. Walpole, Albert Horace Charlotte, N. C. Constniclio}! Waltcm, Thomas Parish Wilmington. N. C. Mech. Eiifir. Ward, Charles Allen Denton. N. C. Agriculture Ward, Vincent Neal Goldsboro, N. C. Elec. Etii r. Wardinon, Moshe Tel-Aviv, Israel Textiles Warren, Houston Butler Roseboru, N. C. A r. Education Watson, Blake Forest, Jr Morganton, N. C. Textiles Watson. Ovid Griggs Badin, N. C. hid. Euor. A ' att, Walter Neal Charlotte, N. C. bid. Arts Education Watts. Douglas Turner Greensboro. N. C. Jjid. En r. Watts, Moultrie B Raleigh, N. C. Chem. Eu r. Weathers. Clyde Raymond Wendell, N. C. A r. Ediictttioii Weaver. Sterling Abernethv Hickory, N. C. Gen. Textiles W ' ellons. James Fred, Jr Kenlv, N. C. A r. En r. Wells. John Andrell Shelby, N. C. Architecture [158] nORTH CflROLinfl CLRSS OF ' 51 W clK. W.ilttr G.iv. Jr Wallace. N Wcstburv. I Iui;li McQueen McColl. S l-nH ' stry W ' halov. EiiHono IhuLin illc, N . Vyrrciilriirc Whetstone. Paul Asburv. IlK ' l- ..Dmliani. N Tcxiiln Wliiiaker. Wilson Cary rnluKI. X White. Arnold Prescott. HK ' I ' . . .(.hailottc. X Civil Hiiyr. While. John We.ner Meirv Hill, N, Mech. Viitir. Whiiehurst. Janus Clarence. Jr. ..Avdcn. N, .Vijr. litltwtiiitni Whitlev, James Richard . . . .Stantonsburo. N .Vi r. litUtctititiii Whitlev. John Benjamin Oakboro. N .li;r. Etlnctilitni Whitelv, Robert Bruce Pinev Creek, N .Afir. Ettiicntioit Willev, Frank Thomas Gates. N Aor. Ediicatioti Wilhams, James H., 2 I E . . . . Lumberton, N, Ch-il Etior. Williams, Oscar Davis, 2AE Raleigh, N. Civil E«or. Williams, Robert C. Jr. . .Winston-Salem, N. CiviJ Filler. Williams, Robert M., Jr.. 4 AB, U ' ijminoton. N. Cii ' ji Bti ' jr. Williamson. Harold Bern . . . .W ' ashinoton, N Elec. Eiiar. Williamson. John Farris, Jr.. KA. Wadesboro, N Architecture Willouohbv. Cecil Calvin Ahosk=e, N Forest rr MIson. Emorv Lee Black Mountain, N Civil E« r, Wilson, Jesse Colridge Raleioh, N, Ittd. Euor. W ilson. Leon Albright Mebane, N Elec. Ffier. Wilson, U ' illiam Harner. nK l». . Bakersville. N Elec. Ett r. Wilson, Woodrow. -i:S Henderson. N .Agr, F(fi«nni:cs Windlev, William David Pinetown, N, Elec. Etiijr. Winston, Kenneth W., ITKA Raleigh, N Te . Chem. c- Uvcii;e Wise, Daniel Crawford Goldsboro, N hid. Arts Eilucation W itherspoon, Robert Kenneth ....Raleioh, N Horticulture Woodard, Dan Prince. Jr Laurel Hill. N Elec. Euar. Woodard, Tonv Melton. i: ' I E Bailey, N Textiles Wooten, Richard Miles . . . . Hendersonvillc. Cer. Etif r. Worthington. John Adrian . . . . Winterville. N Aa r. EAuciitioti Wright, Robert Harrison Charlotte, N Textiles Young, David Redd. Jr., U Reidsville, N Jnd. Eiigr. Youno. Douglas Louisburg, N A iricitlture Zimmerman. Alan K.. -X . . . PL ' lluiin Manor. . MecU. E-tiHT. [159] STRTE COLLEGE Sophomore Leadership Fraternity I Iarvey H. Scheviak . . . . President John C. Umberger . . . . Harvey E. Millsaps . . Secretary Treasurer Ralph H. Scott Vice-President 4 ' LiNZY E. BOYLES Walter M. Clark Wade M.I Iobson Charles A. Musser Emmett W. Brinc.le Charles B. Culp Edward 1 . Hollowell Henry S. Odom Avery C. Brock Wells Denyes Eugene L. Jeffords Antony Romanowsky Victor A. Bubas Earl T. Dicks, Jr. David M. Lambert Lyndon O. Sikes Charles G. Buie, Jn. Wesley O. Doc.gett Ross W. Lampe Joe D. Stole William L. Carpenter Max FIalber Jack E. McCormick Theodore P. Willi amson Noah W. Carroll John C. I Iarralson Virgil G. Mims, Jr. Sanford E. Younts Warren L. Cartier 1 I Hcerd oj THE SOPHOmORE CLRSS Eugene L. Jeffords President Howard T. Shell Secretary George B. Rogers Vice-Preiuleut I Ienrv Ci. Smith, III Treasurer - ■.: -AJi ' ZS£ -S 7 :ij6 ' jf ■ O ; J f O f 1 n X 4 , 1 O p ,C) P p P p p n p p P P P SOPHOmORES Abernethy, Francis Gerald Newton, N. C. Adams. Philip White Merry Hill, N. C. Alexander, Neal Patterson Charlotte, N. C. Alexander, Ralph Smith Matthews, N. C. Alford, Freddy Lenvel Bunn, N. C. Allen, Thomas Edward Oakboro, N. C. Allen, Wallace Burns Burlington, N. C. Alliss, Adli Awad Bireh-Ramallah, Palestine AUred, Samuel Aaron Greensboro, N. C. Alston, Francis Oliver Littleton, N. C. Amersey, Purshottam Bombay, India Ammons, Rachel Frances Mars Hill, N. C. Anderson, Grady Ray, AX A . . .High Point, N. C. Anderson, Harold Brooklyn, N. Y. Anderson, William Edward Raleigh, N. C. Armfield. James Warren, -AK . .High Point, N. C. Atwell, Maurice Deal, Jr Marion, N. C. Austin, Jesse H., Jr Clayton, N. C. Austin, William David Lenoir, N. C. Autry, Thomas Graham Charlotte, N. C. Averette, George Skinner O.xford, N. C. Bagonis, Vincent Charles Luzerne, Pa. Bagwell, John Bryant Raleigh, N. C. Bailev, Thomas Bert Greensboro, N. C. Baker, James Burnell Reidsville, N. C. Baker, Roderick W Wadesboro, N. C. Baker, Walter Donald Four Oaks, N. C. Bakoss, George Sclim Basra, Ashar, Iraq Baldwin, James Earl, Jr Biscoe, N. C. Ballance, Robert Christopher ....Fremont, N. C. Ballard. Ambrose Hubert Kipling, N. C. Balog, Michael John Tarentum, Pa. Barger, John Joseph Salisbury, N. C. Barker, William Henry Milton, N. C. Barkley, Jack Ronald Statesville, N. C. Barksdale, Clifford Bailey Clinton, N. C. Barrier, Harold William Rockwell, N. C. Bateman, Rodney Swain, Jr Columbia, N. C. Bazemore, Joseph Claude Goldsboro, N. C. Beachum, Thomas Jefferson . . .Wadesboro, N. C. Bean, Bernie Cletus Mebane, N. C. Beattv, Harrv Elliott, Jr Roanoke, Va. Beaver, Carl Jackson Holly Springs, N. C. Bern, Jerome Piast Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico Bennett, Ransom Vernon Morganton, N. C. Benton, Marion L., Jr Sanford, N. C. Bernhardt. Don Monroe . . . .China Grove, N. C. Berrier, Jerry Allen Winston-Salem, N. C. Berry, Richard Lovell Greensboro, N. C. Biddix, Rovle Keith Marion, N. C. Bienenstock, Barton Irwin ..New Rochelle. N. Y. Billings, Frank Anderson Dudley, N. C. Bishop, William VA ' atson ....Rockingham, N. C. Black, George Ingjis. Jr Ashcville, N. C. [162] — nORTH CRROLinfl CLASS OF ' 52 Black, Robert Emerson. Jr Sparta, N. C. Bl.icklnirn. Robert Russell High Point. N. C. Blair. John Ciwk 1 ligh Point, N. C. Bledsoe. William Carlylc Wagoner. N. C. Blevins. Frederick Zane . . . .West JeH ' erson, N. C. Blue. Walter Emmette. Jr.. .Southern Pines, N. C. Bobbin. Benjamin Allen Enfield. N. C Bolich. Percy Gray Dobson. N. C. Bond. Edward Garrett Windsor, N. C. Bonner, James Ernest Raleigh, N. C. Booker, William Murray, : ' 1 K ...Raleigh. N. C. Boone, Carson Hubert Raleigh. N. C. Boone, Grav Richmond Nashville, N. C. Bost. Curtis Clcgg Shelby, N. C. Bovkin. Rov Thomas Sims, N. C. Brackett. William Reid Gastonia. N. C. Bradshaw. Charles Thomas. HKA . . . .Norfolk, Va. Bradv. Edward Lee Burlington. N. C. Brafford. London Hadley. Jr. ...Siler City. N. C. Braswell. Gene Edwin Nashville, N. C. Brawlev. Pressle ' Bell Mooresville, N. C. Braxton. Eugene Paul. Jr. . . Rocky Mount, N. C. Brettlcr. Monroe Sheldon. " EII . . Brooklyn. N. Y. Bridger. Roswell Carter Raleigh. N. C. Britland. Walter Raymon Holyoke, Mass. Britt. Charles Leslie. Jr.. Ki: ... .Charlotte, N. C. Britt, William Albert Orrum, N. C. Brittain, Max Gordon Mt. Holly, N. C. Broach, William Ellington Raleigh. N. C. Broadwell, James Walter, - E . . . .Kinston, N. C. Brooks, Wayne .Sparta. N. C. Brown, Bobby Barrow Kernersville, N. C. Brown, James Dwight V ' hitehead, N. C. Brown, James Franklin Statesville, N. C. Brown, Marvin Lacy Parkton, N. C. Brown, Neill Shaw Pembroke. N. C. Brown. Oliver Glenn Rocky Mount, N. C. Browning, Albert S.. Ill . . . Hendersonville. N. C. Brownlee, Richard Earl. - E . . .Charlotte. N. C. Br ' an, Robert Lester. Jr Burlington, N. C. Bryant. Richard Heath Rocky Mount, N. C. Buie, Reginald Pensacola, Fla. Bullock. lulian Stovall ....Winston-Salem, N. C. Bunigarner. Robert Ray. --tE ...Charlotte, N. C. Bunn, Clarence Donald Pikeville, N. C. Burbage, Douglas Johnson, Jr. . . Newport News, Va. Burleson. Lee McRae ' alley, N. C. Butts. John Frank High Point, N. C. Byers, James Otto, Jr Edneyville, N. C. Byrd, Patrick Nye Laurel Hill, N. C. Byrum, Robert Warren. -X Edenton, N. C. Cabaniss, Robert Gold Shelby, N. C. Cabrey, Paul Leo Narberth, Pa. Cagle, Walter Cornelius Greensboro, N. C. [163] STATE COLLEGE P CH O f 1 Y.i i iLii P) C C € C ( C ' ) f f . L«l l l JL 9- 2 r f -r ! ' =» «r ? h ' f p. ' f i O O P P B P U-s-T- f - C - f - ' SOPHOmORES Caloyeras, Peter Basil .... Filuthe, Athens, Greece Calvano, Ralph Hawthorne, N. ]. Campbell, Carlisle Caston Leaksville, N. C. Campbell, Edward Warren Belmont, N. C. Capro, Charles Anthony Hillside, N. J. Carpenter, William Lester , . . . Lincolnton, N. C. Carrawav, Thom as B., Jr., flK ' l ' , Laurinburg, N. C. Carroll. William Wesley Raleigh, N. C. Carter, Charles McK., HK . . . Morganton, N. C. Caruthers, Wade Glen Hillsboro, N. C. Cash, DeWitt Carl Morrisville, N. C. Cashion, Ralph Wavne, - E . . Kannapolis. N. C. Cawthorn, Joel Watkins Warrenton, N. C. Chapman, Edwin B Charlotte, N. C. Childers, Charles Rex Thomasvillc, N. C. Christenbury, Plase M., Jr Harrisburg, N. C. Christian, William Matt, Jr. . .Rocky Mount, N. C. Christy, Melvin Grant Kannapolis, N. C. Clark, James McNeill, Jr. ..Winston-Salem, N. C. Clarke, Wyndham Lee ...Southern Pines, N. C. Clement, Phillip Arthur, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Cline, Betty Anne Raleigh, N. C. Cochrane, Arnold Benjamin ...Lincolnton, N. C. Codv, Roy Lee Canton, N. C. Coggins, Charles William, Jr Grouse, N. C. Cohen, Stanley, i;AM Flushing, N. Y. Cohen, William Lee Salisbury, N. C. Cole, Charles Andrew, Jr Phoebus, Va. Cole, James Ba. ter, Jr Durham, N. C. C ' oUey, John Leonard, Jr Wilmington. N. C. Collier. Thomas Barden Chadbourn, N. C. Collins, George Bryan Sparta, N. C. Collins, Raymond Lee Hickory, N. C. Compton, Ralph Cooper Cedar Grove, N. C. Constantine, Edwin Buell, III . . .Charlotte, N. C. Cook, Joseph Howard, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Cook, Latta Wilkins Fayetteville, N. C. Cook, William Brown Whiteville, N. C. Correll, Charles Carson, Jr Raleigh. N. C. Costa, Elmer Henry Haledon, N. J. Coulter, Rufus Guy Arden, N. C. C ' ourts, Daniel Williams Rcidsville, N. C. Co. , John Thomas Dudley, N. C. Crabtree, William Otho Raleigh, N. C. Craig, Elisha Wilson Sumter, S. C. Crawford, Robert Clifton Gastonia, N. C. Creekmuir, Harry Milby Washington, N. C. Crews. Arthur Allan Kernersville. N. C. Crews, Norman Lee Winston-Salem, N. C. Critz, Colon Wade Kannapolis, N. C. Crook, James Dan, Jr Ashevillc, N. C. Cross, Billy Wrenn, K2 Martinsville, Va. Crouse, Rav Edward Winston-Salem, N. C. Grouse, William Lewis . . .Winston-Salem, N. C. [164] nORTH CRROLinfl ,.N.C. CLASS OF ' 52 C ' roui-ll, riiii I ' .itti-vson N ' oll, ' . C. CruM-. Bon Thomas Concoal. N. C. t " uciilinj{ti ' i . Max Earl Silma, N. C. Culp. Charles Boyd. ATI ' I ' IiumIIc. . C. Culp. lanii ' S William Lauiinlnirg, i . C. Cutis. Bi ' uhi-n Oscar Oxl ' ord. N. C. Dalrympk-. William Clyde Sanford, N. C. Davidson. Archie Augustus, Jr.. . Statesville, N. C. Davis. Billv M.irinn Winston-Salem, N. C. Davis. C eorge .Alexander Siler City, N. C. Davis, Henry Madison . . . . I lendersonvillc, N. C. Davis. lames Ruvlc. nK l ' Morganton, N. C. Davis. 1 andon Clieek, Jr Norlina, N. C. Davis. William Uov Goldsboro, N. C. Dayvault. Jack Alfred Landis, N. C. Deal. Kobert lionniwell. Jr Greensboro. N. C. DeBerrv. .-Vrtbur S., Jr Tarboro. N. C. DeCutis. ' incent Anthony. Jr Hampton, ' a. Dellingcr, Thomas P., Jr Crossnore. N. C. Denton. Graham Noell Robbinsville, N. C. Dermid. John Fletcher . . . .Hendersonville. N. C. DeSanto. William Thomas . . . .Greensboro. N. C. DeShazo, Joe Motley Ashland, Va. DeWitt. Stuart Ridgely. UKA ...Charlotte, N. C. Diener. Frank Joseph. Jr Greenville, N. C. Dinan. John Armstrong. ArP Miami, Fla. Dinan, Paul John Irvington, N. Y. Disher. Roy Sidney Winston-Salem, N. C. Di. on, Henry Louis Winston-Salem, N. C. Dodson, John Dudley Reidsville, N. C. Doggett. Wesley O., -X ..Brown Summit. N. C. Dorward, Robert Eugene Wananish, N. C. Drake. William Tyler Travelers Rest, S. C. Duncan, Hugh .Monroe Charlotte, N. C. Edwards, Edmond Clark Fountain, N. C. Edwards. James W Wilson. N. C. Edwards. John Andrews Snow Hill, N. C. Edwards. William Henry Goldsboro, N. C. Elliott, Earl Harlen Marion, N. C. Emory. Eugene Wright Rich Square, N. C. English. Frank Watson Ashford, N. C. Engman. John Gene Raleigh, N. C. Eskridgc. Brewster Blanton. -H ..Shelby. N. C. Eudy. Paul Herbert Concord, N. C. Everhart, Tommy Lee Stanley, N. C. Farinholt, Charles Russell ....Hilton Village, Va. Farmer, Zollie Thomas, AFP. .Spring Hope, N. C. Fedoronko, V ' alter Burgaw, N. C. Ferrell, Jack Eugene Raleigh, N. C. Ferrell, Paul Orville Durham, N. C. Fields, John Carroll Goldsboro, N. C. Filiciotto, Jerome Joseph Thornwood, N. Y. Fillippcli. David Jarvis Greensboro, N. C. Finch, Charles Walker Henderson, N. C. [165] STATE COLLEGE — ilM i£l P P P P MUitf r rt o P § 1 SOPHOmORES Fincher, Donald Smith Matthews, N. C. Fisher, Hugh Adolphus Salisbury, N. C. Fitzgerald, Wilbert C, Jr Selma, N. C. Fleming, Henry Coleman, Jr. ..Warrenton, N. C. Floyd, Jerome Edward Fair Bluff, N. C. Floyd, William Joseph Rutledge, Tenn. Flynt, Dick A Marietta, Ga. Flythe, James T Raleigh, N. C. Fught, Paul Robbins, Jr Kenosha, Wis. Fore, Howard Lee Sanford, N. C. Forester, George S., Jr. . .North Wilkesboro, N. C. Fortune, Dennis Lee Burlington, N. C. Foss, Joseph Aldridge Raleigh, N. C. Foster, James Creed Wilmington, N. C. Foutz, Billy Lee Mooresville, N. C. Freeman, George Edward, -n . .High Point. N. G. Fuad, Jamal Abdul-Kalim Sulaimania, Iraq Fulford, William Edward Farmville, N. C. Fulton, John Fewell Sanford, N. C. Funderburk, Rupert Gash Monroe, N. C. Gaddv, Lonnie Dupree, Jr. ..Wilmington, N. G. Gaddy, William Davis Chesterfield, S. C. Garner, Evelyn Vereen Raleigh, N. G. Garner, Thomas Harold Farmer, N. G. Garrett, Mauford Bayne Roxboro, N. C. Geiler, William Alfred Nutley, N. J. Gibson, John Cornelius, Jr Roberdell, N. G. Gilliam, Roy Gene Graham, N. C. Gillon, Richard Wayne Kannapolis, N. C. Glasgow, James Etheridge Littleton, N. C. Godwin, Gus Travis Durham, N. C. Goldstein, Emilio Bogota, Colombia Gonzales, Gilfredo U. A Gamaguey, Cuba Graham, John Elton Etowah, Tenn. Gray, James Andrew, Jr Sylva, N. G. Graybeal. Bernard B.. Jr. ..West Jefferson, N. C. Gresham, Homer H Atlanta, Ga. Griffin, Donald Clayton ReidsviUe, N. C. Griffin, William Buxton Rocky Mount, N. G. Groves, Frank Russell Hayesville, N. G. Gurley, Walter Allen Seven Springs, N. C. Gwynn, George Richard Yanceyville, N. C. Haddock, Donald Jennings . . . . Winterville, N. G. Hadlow, Robert Edward . . . .Rocky Mount, N. G. Hale, Malcolm Maxwell Raleigh, N. G. Hall, Graham Dwight Charlotte, N. C. Halloman, Robert Abner, III ....Ahoskie, N. G. Halsev, William Blan Newport News, Va. Hamrick, Joe Sylvanus Shelby, N. C. Hanes, Thomas Loyd Raleigh, N. G. Hansen, Kenneth Walter Raleigh, N. G. Hardee, Aubrey Scott Benson, N. C. Harralson, John Chilton, -AE ....Princeton, Ky. Harris, Adam Hugh, Jr., 2AE ...Oriental, N. G. [166] nORTH CRROLinR I.N.C. CLASS OF ' 52 Harris, Frank Alcxaiulcr 1 liiuk-rson, N. C Harris, George Lawrence . .C ' a|xin Bridge. W. ' a. Harris, Hcnrv Gradv Louisburg, N. C Harris, Walter Brewer, i:N Shelby, N. C. Harris, V ' aller Henderson N ' aughan, N. C. Harriss, Robert X ' ineent Charlotte, N. C. Harrison, Joseph Alton Kinston, X. C. Harrison, Oliver Jesse, Jr Hopewell, ' a. Harrison, Richard Francis Avden. N. C " . Hatcher, Ndrris Clark, Jr Mt. Airy, i . C. Hawkins, George W ' inlred ...Rockingham. N. C. Hawkins. Willis Elev. Jr. . .Roanoke Rapids. N. C. Hayes, Joseph Maxwell Elkin, N. C. Hayes, William .Allen Fairmont, N. C. Haynes, ' an Carlisle Clyde, N. C. Heim. Joel orman New York. N. Y. Helms. Lawrence Biggett. Jr Charlotte, N. C. Helms, Rollins Eafram Gastonia, N. C. Hennessee. Uewev Wakefield Bostic. N. C. Hewett. Major Worth Wilmington. N. C. Hill, Charles EHrd Stanfield, N. C. Hine, Louis Worth Winston-Salem, N. C. Hines, Arcie Leon Raleigh, N, C. Hines. Joseph Daniel Enfield. N. C. Hinshaw, Jack White ....Winston-Salem. N. C. Hobbs, Leon Merrette, Jr Lumberton, N. C. Hodges, Robert Doughton Boone, N. C. Hodges, Samuel Carter, Jr Durham, N. C. Hodgin, David Eugene. Jr.. Guilford College, N. C. Holbrook, Roy Lee, Jr Albemarle, N. C. Holland, Dallas Augustus ....High Point. N. C. HoUeman. Frank Pool. Jr. . .Winston-Salem. N. C. Hollowell. Edward Thomas . . Rich Square, N. C. Holmsen, Theodore Waage . . . .Flemington. X. 1. Holt, Jerry Alexander Graham. N. C. Holt. William DeRosset. HKA. . Fayetteville. X. C. Hood, Edward E.. Jr Boonville, N. C. Hopkins. George Kenneth Stuart, Va. Horton, Milard Vernon Xew Hill. N. C. Horton. R(xlerick Marion Zebulon, N. C. Hosteller, Donald Edward Raleigh, N. C. Hovvey, Ralph Franklin Charlotte, X. C. Hudson, Samuel Thomas. Jr. ..Metuchen, X. J. Huffstetler. James Patrick Gastonia, N. C. Hughes, Samuel Maris Hillsboro, N. C. Humphrey, Thomas Rodney .... Portsmouth, Va. Hutchins, Erie Manning . . V ' inston-Salem, N. C. Ingersoll, Clarence Earl Raleigh, N. C. Ingram, George Edgar Statesville, N. C. Isley, Max Burlington, N. C. Ivey, Benjamin Thomas Newsoms, Va. Jackmowski, Peter Steven Brooklyn, N. Y. Jackson, John Vance, Jr Wake Forest, N. C. Jackson, Rodney Dean Greensboro, N. C. [167] STRTE COLLEGE o ' V JLk m Y ' jp 9 r Q o LI t (T) p e- m ' ) fip fT), jP jp .p r: C O O 4, ' f «f n ' •• J T s ' p ,e, p ? a I u ml - f - fc«s| SOPHOmORES James, Daniel Henry Wallace, N. C. James, William Elias, Jr., 2 E . .Darlington, S. C. Jarrell, Harold Joe Salisbury, N. C. Jasmin, James Barker Rutland, Vt. Jeffords, Eugene La Verne New York, N. Y. Jenkins, Billy Eugene Maiden, N. C. Jenkins, Robert Griffith Jcannette, Pa. Johnson, Harry Marcus St. Albans, N. Y. Johnson, Joseph Jerry Rocky Mount, N. C. Johnson, Paul Jones, Jr. . . Hendersonville, N. C. Jolly, Jack Neal Mt. Holly, N. C. Jones, Horace Creighton Raleigh, N. C. Jones, Jerry Adison Winston-Salem, N. C. Jones, Jerry Alston, Jr Wilmington, N. C. Jones, Raoul B Asheville, N. C. loncs, Thomas Vance Fairfield, N. C. Jones, William Boyd Greenwood, S. C. Kaiser, Vitus Jerome Erie, Pa. Karriker, Ray Preston Mooresyille, N. C. Kasman, Walter Brooklyn, N. Y. Kaufman, Rolf Waynesville, N. C. Keeley, Charles Allen Greensboro, N. C. Keeter, Walter James Cramerton, N. C. Keeyer, Clarence Paul Marshyille, N. C. Keith, Jeff Davis Creedmoor, N. C. Kenan. Wilfred Mills Clinton, N. C. Kendall, William Ware Hickory, N. C. Ketner. Zane Cruse Salisbury, N. C. Kim, Yong Kyu Seoul, Korea Kimball, William Ross China Groye, N. C. King, William Ba.xter, IIKA ..Greensboro, N. C. Kinser, Robert C Asheville, N. C. Kirby, Jesse Rudolph, Jr Kenly, N. C. Kittrell, John Edison Oxford, N. C. Knaup, David Lewis Greensboro, N. C. Knox, David Clark Cleveland, N. C. Koonce, Zachary Taylor, Jr. ..Washington, N. C. Kornowski, Francis Joseph ..Pisgah Forest, N. C. Kosilla, Stephen Joseph ....N. Tarrytown, N. Y. Lambert, David Marsh, 2AE ..High Point, N. C. Langley, John Paul Rocky Mount, N. C. Lattimore, Marion Everette Ellenboro, N. C. Laurence, Robert Sidney ..Winston-Salem, N. C. Lavitt, Pincus Flushing, N. ' . Lay, Fred Emmett, Jr Tabor City, N. C. Leach, Hamer Jackson Raeford, N. C. Lee, Robert Edward Raleigh, N. C. Leggett, Malcolm Ligon Hobgood, N. C. Leonard, Bobby Eugene, S E Raleigh, N. C. LeRoy, John Henry Elizabeth City, N. C. Lewald, William Frederick Brooklyn, N. Y. Lewis, Charles Alton Greenville, N. C. Lewis, Charles E., Jr., AI ' P . . Fayetteville, N. C. Lewis, Gilbert Ashley Fairmont, N. C. [168] nORTH CRROLinfl CLRSS OF ' 52 Lowis. Jerry Dale. ' i ' K Bolivia, N. C. Lewis. Joseph Ixviier. Jr. ..Carolina Beach. N. C. Lilly. William Neal Balei h. N. C. Lindsav. William Marvin. Jr. . . Fayettevilie. N. C. Lineback. William David . . Winston-Salem, N. C. Lineberry. Dee Orville Turtle Creek. Pa. Lloyd, William Gray Asheboro, N. C. L(x.-klear. William Price Pembroke, N. C. Loflin. Ray Luther. Jr Charlotte, N. C. Loftin. Bill Mt. Holly. N. C. Long. John Fletcher. Jr.. K- . . .Statesville. N. C. Lopez. Angel C Caguas. Puerto Rico Lowe. Alan Anderson. I ' -l ' K Westfield. N. J. Lowe. David Alexander Charlotte. N. C. Lumlev. Howard Nathaniel. Jr.. Greensboro. N. C. Lvnn. David Leroy Durham, N. C. Mabrv. Lewis Ravron Canton. N. C. .Maharam. Donald Henry. En. .Forest Hills. N. Y. .Maharam. Robert Donald. En . . .Flushing. N. Y. Mangum. Robert Seward Petersburg, Va. Mann. Gerald Davis Newport. N. C. Marrus, David Elias New York, N. Y. Marsh. Otto Lewis Anderson Ind. Marshall. George Ayre. Jr.. TIKA . .Durham. N. C. Marshall. Julian Fussell Rose Hill, N. C. Marshman. Charles Don Birmingham, Ala. Martin, Marcel Richard Wilmington, N. C. Matolas, Nicholas Constantinos. .Henderson, N. C. Matthews, Riley K., Jr. . . .Winston-Salem. N. C. Maxwell, Walter Glenn Raeford, N. C. Melvin. Rovce Milton Fayettevilie. N. C. Mercer, Jesse Bland Elizabeth City, N. C. Miller, Robert Luther Wilson, N. C. Miller, Vance Morrison Concord, N. C. Mills, Eugene Clifton Welcome. N. C. Mills. TTiomas Edward, - ' tE . . . .Charlotte, N. C. Mitchell. Paul Herman Hiddenite. N. C. Mitchell. Wdliam Gordon Reidsville, N. C. Mixon, Forest Orion. Jr Raleigh. N. C. Moffitt. Rov Bratton. -i- ....Greensboro, N. C. Mocjn. Lloyd Binford Charlotte. N. C. Moore. Charles Elwood ....Elizabeth City. N. C. Moore, Charles Joyce Washington. N. C. Moore. William D.. i:n.. North Wilkesboro. N. C. Moorehead. Ale.x Roan Albemarle, N. C. Morgan. Edgar Frank Greensboro, N. C. Morgan, Ma.xwell Lee Raleigh, N. C. Morgan, Robert McKay Maxton. N. C. Morgan, Walter Endell Asheville, N. C. Morris, James Carl Richmond, Va. Morris, John Charles Raleigh, N. C. Morris, Richard Lee Brooklyn, N. Y. Muckenfuss, Augustus Burlington, N. C. Muguira. Benito Rivero Havana, Cuba [169] STRTE COLLEGE C O i pp. 9 P O ?! P P .C) CT t 4 S Sk ? Si ps f f l f _J .r«» p f |p) . |? , P %i r " ; V , c p p ri SOPHOmORES Muniz, Miguel Angel Amarillas, Cuba MacArthur, George Butler Paterson, N. J. McCollum, Robert Edmund Raleigh, N. C. McCurmick, Jack E Raleigh. N. C. McCoy, James Shirley Snow Hill, N. C. McDuffie, Julius Vernon Lumberton, N. C. Mclntyre, Martin Laval Raeford, N. C. McKenzie, Murghey Gradv, Jr.. .Lumberton, N. C. McKinnie, Owen Clinton Durham, N. C. McKinnon, Clyde Harold High Point, N. C. McLain, Charles Isaac Statesville, N. C. McLean, James Alexander Waxhaw, N. C. McLean, Thaddeus Wilbur ....Aberdeen, N. C. McMurray, Wilham Dedmond. .Forest City, N. C. McNeill, Neill Adams Raeford, N. C. Needham, Junior Bundy ..Pilot Mountain, N. C. Nelson, Arthur Franklin Stamford, Conn. Nelson, Eugene Topton, N. C. Neville, William Thomas, Jr Enfield, N. C. Newsome, Alvin Creech Ahoskie, N. C. Newton. James Emerson, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Nichols, Robert Bason, Jr Efland, N. C. Noland, Edgar Jackson Waynesville, N. C. Norman, Edwin Andrew Creswell, N. C. Norwood, John Fletcher Henderson, N. C. O ' Brient, William Lin wood Durham, N. C. O ' Connor, William Arthur Aliquippa, Pa. Oliver, Robert Richard Southport, N. C. Overby, Charlie King Macon, N. C. Pace, Doran Royal, Jr Sumter, S. C. Pace, Duncan Duvol Selma, N. C. Page, Alfred Irvin Wilson, N. C. Page, Theodore R Smyrna, N. C. Page, Wade Shamburger Asheboro, N. C. Palazuelos, Adolfo Mexico City, Mexico Palmer, Warren George Raleigh, N. C. Parent, Raymond Vincent .... Nags Head, N. C. Parker, Bert Alric Clinton, N. C. Parker, Julius Franklin. Jr Marion. N. C. Parris, Roland Ba.xter. Jr Asheville. N. C. Parrish, Thomas Earl Portsmouth, Va. Pate, Walter Leo Hallsboro, N. C. Patterson, Billy Frank Greensboro, N. C. Patterson, Frank Cauble ....China Grove, N. C. Patterson, William Stevenson . . Stony Point, N. C. Payet. George Lovis, ' I ' En . . . . Ridgewood, N. J. Payne. Alan Lafayette Rural Hall, N. C. Peele, Lean Charles Ro.xobel, N. C. Peeler, Ralph James. Jr Raleigh, N. C. Perdue, Tyrus Ollie Henderson, N. C. Permenter, Jack Wallace Wampee, S. C. Perry. Astor Shell Creek. Tenn. Perry, Bobby Dew Bailey. N. C. Perry. Jarvis Wesley, Jr Zebulon, N. C. [170] — nORTH CflROLinfl CLRSS OF ' 52 IVtiTsi-n, Don.ikl 1 riiU ' iick . . ilmini toii. N. C. Peterson, Loroii o William . . . W ' ilininijton, N. C. Phelps. Seaton Earnhartit, Jr Windsor, N. C. Pigford. James Verdcn Asliloul, K . Pike. Donald Stone, " KA c;oldsboro. N. C. Pippinger, David Walton, II KA, llayesvillc, N. C. Pittman, Pat Lewis Fairmont, N. C. Plummer, James Powell Raeford, N. C. PIvlcr, Edgar Toomev Charlotte, N, C, Poovev, James Flovd Hickory, N. C. Poplin. Carroll Bailev Albemarle. N. C. Porter. Paul Claybrook Brazil Porter. Paul 1 larold Kelly. N. C. Potcat, Billy Donald Stanley, N. C. Poteat. John Alexander. - ' I ' l " . Marion, N. C. Powell. Don Ellis. i:+K . . W ' inston-Salem. N. C. Presslv. George Barron Mooresville, N. C. Presson. Billy Austin Spruce Pine. N. C. Pruden. George Baxton, - E Raleigh. N. C. Purcell, Edwin Lane Laurinburg, N. C. Purvis, Coen Vernon, Jr W ' hitakers, N. C. Quails. David Alfred Burlington, N. C. Quav. Henrv Corum Harrisburg, N. C. Quick. Walter Charlotte, N. C. Rakestraw, Thomas Watson .... Reidsville. N. C. Ramsey, James Earl, Jr Denver, N. C. Rankin, Vernon Harvey Belmont, N. C. Rankin. W ' ilev Theodore Gastonia, N. C. Ratts. Dwight Kent Fayetteville. N. C. Redfearn, Charles W ' addel Hartsville. S. C. Reed. Charles Russell. AX. .. .Forest City. N. C. Reeves, George Fletcher. Jr. ..Rockingham, N. C. Reid, A. Bruce Philadelphia. Pa. Reid, Joseph Browning Washington. Va. Respess, Larry Gales Pinetown, N. C. Revelle. Robert Lee Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Revns. Robert Gene Covington, Va. Rhea, Johnny Wilburn, Ai; ' t ' Canton, N. C. Rhodes, James Ernest Thomasville, N. C Rhodes, Joseph Franklin Fayetteville, N. C. Rhue, Vincent Martin Newport. N. C. Ribet, Lee Frank Durham. N. C. Richardson. Billy E.. i:AK. . Pleasant Garden. N. C. Richardson, Burton Wells Salisbury, N. C. Richardson. Jack Shelton Greensboro, N. C. Richev, James Franklin Lexington, N. C. Riddick. William Aleen. Jr Asheville, N. C. Riddle. Frank Clark. Jr Gastonia. N. C. Rives. Henrv Alston, Jr.. -AE ... Broadway, N. C. Robbins. John Daniel, Jr. ..Rocky Mount, N. C. Roberts, Bruce Benard Mars Hill, N. C. Roberts, Forest Eugene Raleigh, N. C. Roberts, Jack Hobert Winston-Salem, N. C. Roberts, Richard Cain Hillsboro. X. C. [171] STATE COLLEGE f? W (? p T% p- - P P P P p. p I?!) p f? p jp A ' j lMI ( - ' r«.lf =.1 P " ! •• J , ' IT ' S " - " I - ' 3 SOPHOmORES Roberts, William Jennings Midland, N. C. Rodgers, Grover Tilghman. Jr Garner, N. C. Rogers, Charles Herman Clarkton, N. C. Rogers, George Barnett, - Charlotte, N. C. Roland, Alan Craig Kernersville, N. C. Roman, John Ruddv Perth Amboy, N. J. Romeieh, Ahmed Michael ....South River, N. J. Rothwell, Henry Hampton. riK . .Raleigh, N. C. Rowe, Eddie Dawson Charlotte, N. C. Russell, Jack Erwin Concord, N. C. Sadler, Howard T Greensboro, N. C. Sanderson, Robert Osborn Magnolia, N. C. SappenHeld, Charles M., ' i ' E ..Charlotte, N. C. Satterfield, Jack Perry Salisbury, N. C. Satterfield, Richard Lindsay ....Charlotte, N. C. Scarborough, Benjamin F.. Jr. . . Hookerton, N. C. Scruggs, Robert Rigdon Greensboro, N. C. Sevmour, Leonard Hugh Kinston, N. C. Sharpe, David Womble, eX ..Chapel Hill, N. C. Sharpe, Thomas Boyd Burlington, N. C. Shaver, Gerald Montroville Roanoke, Va. Sheets, Clavborn Glenn Wagoner, N. C. Shell, Howard Truman, TKE Havelock, N. C. Shields, Maynard Earl, - 2 Canton, N. C. Shinn, John Thelbert China Grove, N. C. Shugart, Fred Harris Elkin, N. C. Sikes, Lyndon Ogburn Greensboro, N. C. Silver, Michael Julian, En New York, N. Y. Simpson, Allen Jefferson Monroe, N. C. Simpson, Edward Jackson .. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Sinclair, Neill Blue. Jr Raeford, N. C. Sledge, Tommy Edward Graham, N. C. Sly, Richard Edgar Wilmington, Del. Smathers, Paul Eugene Canton, N. C. Smith, Burton Davis Fremont, N. C. Smith, Carey Albert Savannah, Ga. Smith, Carl Horatio Harrelsville, N. C. Smith, Charles Richard Cayce, S. C. Smith, Ellis Murrell Havelock, N. C. Smith, George Wallace, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Smith, Henry George, III Akron, N. Y. Smith, John William Le.vington, N. C. Smyly, James Poag, - E Charlotte, N. C. Soesbce, Wade Samuel, .iS Canton, N. C. Sokol, Burton Leonard, " I ' Eri Detroit, Mich. Sotolongo, Tomas Julio . . Amarillas Matanzas, Cuba Southerland, Robert Wveth.. Seven Springs, N. C. Spain, George Eugene Henderson, N. C. Spindler, Gotthard Kurt. . Hasbrouck Height ' ,, N. J. Splawn, Jerry Lamont Burlington, N. C. Sprinkle, Wilbur Glynn ..Winston-Salem, N. C. Spry, Lindsay Ellis, Jr Winston-Salem, N. C. Stallings, Edgar Allen Youngsville, N. C. Stalls, Linwood David Tarboro, N. C. [172] nORTH CflROLinfl CLRSS OF ' 52 StaiKil. David A .M.KckslioM. N. C. Stanlcv. W ' illii- liiiyin r.iirnuinl. . C. Slaton. Lemuel Baker l iickv Mtiuiit. . C. Staton, Thomas Earl Mdiirm-, X. C " . Stct ' lc, William Hi ' iij.miin W ' axhaw, N. C. Stcpp. I Icnlv Eugene. Ji Ashe ille, N. C. Stevens. Llovd IJenjamin Goldsboro, N. C. Stillwell, Charles Beecher Sylva, N. C. Stokes. James Ogden Ridervvood. Md. Stone. Floyd Arthur Atlantic City, N. J. Story. John Lawson Raleigh, N. C. Stout. I herell .Xshurv Ihomasville. X. C. Strickland, Edwin Earl Goldsboro, N. C. Strickland. Wilbur Samuel Raleigh, N. C. Stroud. William Archie, Jr Deep Run. N. C. Stuart. Clifford Sloan Charlotte. N. C. Stuart. Xed Russell Kernersville, N. C. Sturdivant. Arthur Xorman Durham, N. C. Suoo, Robert Russell. Jr.. i;X Badin. X. C. Sutton, Lambert Morris Faison, X. C. Swain, Francis Flerbert. Jr Southport, X. C. Swcatt, Paul Donnie Kannapolis, N. C. Tait. Richard Helms. TKE Cleveland, Ohio Talton. Bobby O ' Xeal ....Winston-Salem, X. C. Tatum, Marshall Fayetteville, X. C. Taylor. Donald Walter. Jr Whiteville. N. C. Taylor. Fred Murphev Kinston, X. C. Taylor, Samuel Vestal White Plains, X. C. Taylor, William Edgar, Jr Raleigh, X. C. Teague, David Lawson Waynesville, X. C. Teague. Thomas Wade Tavlorsville. X. C. Teseneer, Charles V ' illiam Shelby, X. C. Thompson, John , Jr.. riKA . .Goldsboro, X. C Thome, Marvin Yowell Elm City, N. C. Thome, Mavnard Gradyon . . . . Farmville, X. C. Tilley. Earl Thomas Timberlake. X. C. Tippett, James Robert Franklin, X. C. Townsend, John Edward Buie, X. C. Travis, Edward Allen. Jr.. . Winston-Salem, X. C. Tredik, Robert John Roselle, N. J. Troeleman. Adrian Johan Xevv York, X. Y. TroUinger, William Blanchard . . Laurinburu. X. C. Troutman, Rav Kent Statesville, X. C. Tucker, Robert Perry Asheville, X. C. Turnage, Aaron Calhoun, Jr. ... Farmville, X. C. Tuttlc. Ronald Sanders Greensboro, X. C. Umfleet, William E.. Jr. . . . Hendersonville, X. C. Underwood, James Frederick . . Salemburg, X. C. Urow itz, Sheldon. -AM Bronx, X. Y. Vanlandingham. Francis Hardy, Greensboro, X. C. Vause, James Xorwood, - 1 ' K . . LaGrange, X. C. Vernon, Arthur William .... Xewport Xews, Va. Waddell, Hal Gordon Burlington. X. C. Waddell. John Burton Fair Bluff. X. C. [173] STRTE COLLEGE 1 o | p p p fli SOPHOmORES Waddell. William Earl Rocky Mount, N. C. Wadsworth, Larkin Tyler, tE ..Raleigh, N. C. Wagner, Carl Benjamin Taylorsville, N. C. Wagner, Edward Joseph Raleigh, N. C. Walker, Henry Charles Durham, N. C. Walker, Jack Dixon Raleigh, N. C. Walker, Lee Dudley, HKA Martinsville, Va. Wall, Robert Ernest, Jr Leaksville, N. C. Walsh, William Thomas, -N . .Greenwich, Conn. Walters, Charles Sidney, Jr Blanch, N. C. Ward, Duane Emery Galax, Va. Ward, Gerald Mercer Whitakers, N. C. Ward, James Marion, Jr Greenville, N. C. Ward, Robert Sloane, Jr Fayetteville, N. C. Warren, Donald Gray Mebane, N. C. Warren, Dwight Randolph . .Washington, D. C. Washburn, Gerald Donald Shelby, N. C. Washburn, J. R., Jr., AXA. .Rutherfordton, N. C. Watkins, Marvin Daniel, Jr. . . Waynesville, N. C. Watson, Claude Lee, Jr. ..Winston-Salem, N. C. Watts, Lewis Poindexter, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Weathers, Jasper Wellons. Jr. . . Youngsville, N. C. Weaver, Joseph Marvin Weaverville, N. C. Webb, Ralph Sewell, Jr Franklin, Va. Webster, Don Fletcher, 2AE ..Mars Hill, N. C. Welder, Paige Starr Greensboro, N. C. Wells, Eugene McPherson, Fuquay Springs, N. C. Welsh, Samuel Hubert, Jr Lumberton, N. C. Wensil, Leon R., Jr Concord, N. C. West, Donald Richard ....Winston-Salem, N. C. Westbrook, Charles Rose Goldsboro, N. C. Westmoreland, Herman L. ..Rutherfordton, N. C. Westmoreland, Howard Petree. .Rural Hall, N. C. Weston, William Francis. .Winston-Salem, N. C. Whatley, Lowell McKay Ulsh, N. C. Whitaker, Faison Young, Jr Durham, N. C. White, David Quentin Chattanooga, Tenn. White, Hugh Dixon, Jr. . .Guilford College, N. C. White, James Clyde, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Wike, James Seymour East La Port, N. C. Wilber, Robert Gallant Charlotte, N. C. Wilcox, Wayne Todd, N. C. Wilhelm, Bill Landis, N. C. Wilkinson, Thomas Harvey, Jr. . .Charlotte, N. C. W ' illcox, William Cyrus Carthage, N. C. Willctts, Adrian Larwell Winnabow, N. C. Williams, Audrey Joseph Biltmore, N. C. NN ' iUiams, Earl Edward Dre.xel, N. C. Williams. Floyd C Wilmington, N. C. Williams, John Albert .... Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Williams, Lloyd Eugene St. Petersburg, Fla. Williams, Lynn Adair Louisburg, N. C. Williams, Robert Owen, Jr Geneva, N. Y. M ' illiams, Roger Maysville, N. C. [174] nORTH CRROLinfl CLASS OF " 52 Wilvin. Edward R.iiulolpli Oxford, N. C. W ' ikon. Ccorjji- lM)lx ' rt Dunn. X. C. Wilson, rinirston Adgcr. Jr Iviliiyli. ' . C. WinocoH. Fr;nik Laton. -X Allxniarlc. i ' . C. W ' incoilV. CK ' iirgc Thomas. -X .. Albemarle, N. C. U ' ingate. Clarence Alexander, jr., Charlotte, N. C. Woo. Edwin Y. J Nanking. C hin.i W.xKlrutV. IXivid Stanley Raleigh, N. C. iMUen. Dorothy Jane E.. .Winston-Salem. N. C. Wooten. Douglas Odel Aberdeen, N. C. Worrell. Robert Har,.ld Goldsboro, N. C. Wr os. Chester Newark, N. J. atl. George Hardv ....Rocky Mount. N. C. arborough. Rufus Mehin Santord. N. C. York. William M., Jr., AE ..Greensboro. N. C. Younts. Sanford Eugene Lexington. N. C. Zaubcr. Dayid Norman Greensboro. N. C. Ziglar. Joseph Maxton Leaksyille, N. C. Zwicky. Frederick Cole Greensboro, N. C. , ! ' p. « [175; STRTE COLLEGE - co a sj _ S£iyuJ •« ) Wfc) CCuKJtA. JBWift ■rll in.. Si .— " 1 n x-1 fl d« jz doCtcoi KyfPicei d of THE FRESHmRn CLRSS Richard E. Pitts Preiideni Richard H. Brehm Secretary Robert F. Carlson Vice-President Charles P. Robinson Treasurer P P .o 1 p f? .p ,lf . p 1 . llfeil ill J ' ' ) f!i 1? ip g f D F RES H m EH Adams, David Arthur Charlotte, N. C. Adams, John Griffith Hartford, Conn. Adams, William Elton, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Akin, LaMotte Howard Goldsboro, N. C. Aksel, Atif Mehmet Istanbul, Turkey Albert, Rolph High Point, N. C. Alexakos, Louis George Hamlet, N. C. Alexander, Theron Savannah, Ga. Alford, William Ernest Wilmington, N. C. Allen. Alec Boyd Charlotte, N. C. Allen. Chet Hobson High Point, N. C. Allen, Lee Charleston. S. C. Allen, Thomas Rowland Apex, N. C. Allen. U ' illiam Donald South Norwalk. Conn. Amnions, William John Raleigh. N. C. Anderson, James Stancil East Rockingham. N. C. Anthony. William David. Jr Raleigh, N. C. Arnette, Don Richmond, Va. Ashworth, Robert Anderson .... Wrightsville Sound. N. C. Atwell. Charles Evans Mooresville, N. C. Atwood, Albert Benton Winston Salem, N. C. Avera, Charles Allen WinstonSalcm, N. C. Avera, David Sander Winston-Salem, N. C. Averbuch. Abraham Bogota, Colombia, S. A. . very, Thomas Lenoir Southern Pines, N. C. Bailey, Joe Pavne Winston-Salem, N. C. Banner, Bynum Bitting Wilkesbnro, N. C. Barker, James Millard. Jr Norton, Va. Barnes, Clifton Odell Lucama, N. C. Barnes, Neal Alexander Angier, N. C. Barrett, James Passmore Charlotte, N. C. Bass, Wilben Crawford Goldsboro, N. C. Batchelor. William Hill Rocky Mount, N. C. Batts. Edward S Rocky Point, N. C. Baucom, John R., Jr Raleigh. N. C. Beach, Richard Creighton Raleigh, N. C. Beal, Herbert Wayne, Jr Burlington, N. C. Beam, John Aaron, Jr Shelby, N. C. Beaman, John E Raleigh, N. C. Bearden, Walter Churchill Asheville, N. C. Beaver, Clarence Baker Salisbury, N. C. Beck. Johnnie Kent Lexington, N. C. Bell. Alfred Lamar Wilmington. N. C. Bell, John Esler. Jr Greensboro, N. C. Bell, Roger Quentin Manteo, N. C. Belote, James Dortch Goldsboro, N. C. Bender, Malcolm Franklin Pollocksville, N. C. Benitez, Enrigue Mexico Bennett, Gerald Coy Raleigh, N. C. Berner. William Edward Swannanoa. N. C. Best, John Lee Dallas, N. C. Biggerstaif , Doyle Ronald Shelby, N. C. Biggerstaff, Jack Bostic, N. C. Biggs. Charles Grayson. Jr Lillinglon. N. C. Biggs. Robert Limer Raleigh, N. C. Bizzell, Norwood Council, Jr Goldsboro, N. C. Black. Robert Williams, Jr Durham, N. C. Blackmon. Julius Lema Four Oaks, N. C. Brake. James Virgil. Jr Woodleaf, N. C. Blalock. Ralph, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Blanton. Joseph Edward Troutman, N. C. Blue, Julian Hubert, Jr Raeford, N. C. Booe, Brantley Cleveland, Jr Winston Salem, N. C. Bobbitt. Norman Edward Durham, N. C. Boggs. Robert Lorenzo Statesville. N. C. Boles. Gerald Dean Cycle, N. C. Bolick, Charles Thomas, Jr Winston Salem, N. C. Bolick, John Koon Newton, N. C. Bolton, Robert Pelham, Jr Rocky Mount, N. C. Booth, James Henry Raleigh, N. C. 178 ■ nORTH CflROLinfl CLHbb Ur O d ■ffiss 4 z S Bork.N. V,,l. r lr.,nklin IWIinR Grwn, Va. T J " 1 " ' f - ' ri " ft lO B..V.X-. John Churchill UK-kory, N. C. 1_ - V4 - " ■ " ■ V • Bovcllc. Jasper Jaikson, Jr Pri.iceion. N. C. - J W V V - L J Brailf.ml. Janus UVbslcr Oavidson. N. C. , 1 rfT 1 P . WfTv Braillcv. Ravmoml Richard Whitakcrs. N. C. I H . H K 1 BraJy. John Blake Rural Hall, N. C. _, ._. .. HW J UJ . P Kj Brady. William Jennings. Jr Benson. . C. B 0 %. . b • JlN Brav. Joseph Lindsev Reidsville, N. C. J Vf M 1 " - F WH ' fe « " T F • V " Brehni. Richard Heist Philadelphia, Pa. ■ 4. T " fi - Vi U.. Bremer. Huln-rt Lmcr)- New Bern. N. C. A 4 A! " C ' J T ' Brewer. David Lee Winston Salem. N. C. Mjl T liW ' tf ' iW ' Bruixes. Marvin David Ramseur, N. C. WT X » k VV k 0 ' t H Bl l Hickory. NC. [ | AlH ACM ai;» iHHt H Brinklcy. Rolwrt McCall Marion, N.C. _ _ 4 IF . Briltain. Robert Willis Brevard, N. C. f f tT-J f. £ 1 wf LTJ - Brilton. Frank Harvev. Jr Aulander, N. C. (Ty ' W " " V ' Ah , r " ' " T ■ - Brock. Uldridge Whittford Bunnlevel, N. C. Y T. - " - ' " i Brockman. Jacob Strawter Raleigh, N. C, j9 ' W " " Jl f ' d 1 Brooks. James Hilton Wingate, N, C. « i A ; 1 » fc 1 Brooks. Jefferson Davis, III Washington, D. C. Mm BIT £ ' L l ' M Mi Brooks. Robert Charles Oxford, N,C. Aft k KMmM. ' Hk BBHS A li Broxver. Richard Hadlev Pittsboro, N. C. I I 1 . 1 W ' f I N Brown. Benjamin Harold Rockwell, N. C. fc " ' Js ! «-!, fr - f c ' w ' ft 1 f Brown. Bobbv Henry Raleigh, N.C. ■ " li - 1 fc- Brown, Leighton Pegram Charlotte, N. C. W " — " V " J l J»» Brown. Ralph Milas High Point, N. C. " . 1 k W " " V fc. ' Jij ' ANt ' Brown. Wesley Petru King. N. C. Mjk , HK J - A i I fc M. V Kt ' 1 ' Bruno. America Paul X ' erona. Pa. VTi nA IP M I I ■ f, k) ■[ ¥i . . Brx an. Clyde Milton. Jr Raleigh, N. C. F 1 4 ' " " K Brxan. James Carlton Rich Square, N. C. J B _| TIT l SH ' « ' Br an. Rav .Arthur Goldsboro, N. C. F » ♦• Vl " 1 ' ' T " " L. Bryant. Edgar Thomas Stedman. N. C. r }L ' V- ' W V " ' Buchanan, Harry Edwin Green Creek, N. C. Jw ' V fc V " J V V. ■.Newt:; " c If KBb MffiX; r: ' ' ■MB ' iiJ Bullock. DonncU Dren Rocky Mount, N. C. Bk " S .jtf . ' ' k. y Burke. Richard Lyant Fredonia, N. Y. H l Ml - 1 f l B. C ) » Bumey, William Paul Salisbury, N. C. WjS ' ■ W " ' ' V f ' W " M r Burns. William Curtis Atkinson. N. C. i ,J Vt i E fl ' ' • Bumside. Ann Hinman Washington. D. C. Bt " If- ' S?_ fap " 9 ' xT " k Burrington. David Emery Rural Hall. N. C. Jw ' M ' S rf If ' Caddeil. William Franklin, Jr .Aberdeen, N. C. Bo- H Btf MK B W i 1 Calton. .Aubrey Lolan Lattimore. N. C. » Ei . k. fl . Camelford. Kenneth Gordon . . . . Dunnville, Ont.. Canada S m , 9 % k fc fc % Carlson, Robert Frederick Greensboro, N. C. «I I ]fc» - " m f L ■ %»» Fi r W . L J Carrow. Guv Elmer Williamston. N. C. " T- •- f. ' »«, •• fi » » F ?2 ' ' T ' • ' Carter. John Louis, Jr Pembroke, N. C. X - J Tk " ' J - ' ' ' ' ' . Gates, Ernest Wilson Durham, N. C. V- B kk ! «■ • ' d Lester Clegg, Jr mtB fV ' BijlS ' ' ' " I Bm Cavedo, Robert Page Winston-Salem, N. C. Cavenaugh, Albert John, Jr Wallace. N.C. Bk J 0 ' X , Bi Ife 4 " Caviness. Dewev Lee. Jr Asheboro, N. C. M • » 1 I I t I 1 £ " 1 f Cecil. Charles Delbert High Point, N. C. »»S -=■ ' ■ " ■ lo — " »J - ' ■ V f J ' » ' Chamberiain, Julius Joslin Greensboro, N. C. % A_ T , V- ' I »_ i " " f ' Chappell. Joe Senter Fuquay Springs. N. C. W v r. V Jk - W Choate, William Bruns Charlotte, N. C. F " ■ f ■V.cII Il . 1 T ' i Cifuentes. .Mfredo Torres Cienfuegos. L. ., Cuba _ _ Raymond Leroy C. Iftw Bk. B B t fll Clark. Robert Hewet ' t Linwood, N. C. ■ 1 S 1 1 f 1 l B Clement. .Andrew Lee Raleigh, N.C. JP) « -JH «• ' 1 J JS ; f W " ]»» " " H ♦- ' Clendenin, Robert Ned Statesville, N. C. A ■- % l »fc - Cline, Rav Wurden Br ■son Citv, N. C. IF ' J A. " " .J J Y " V Cline, V. ' Otha, Jr Shelby, N.C. fl m jl tf . mckj. k . W Coble, John Thomas Franklinville, N. C. A " vV,W UUUI . I " ■».. ' if • f U B t Cockerham, Bobby Lee State Road, N. C. B k . fl k. Coile, Forrest Winfield, Jr Hilton Village, Va. I W B « l l i B Collins, Frank Glenn " t TnC f? |- « V, J - ' - f l - ' P « ' ' ' Comer, Ralph Lovd I ryon. IN. C It, w ' L ' ■ Condren, William ' Thomas Chicago. 111. JT A »t V Vf J 2 = Jik V Connor, Clvde Franklin High Point, N. C. Si - ' . C ,ilL, V H rfdi W fito k 1791 STRTE COLLEGE mM h OP P ipi Q p p. p p p- A i; FR ESH m E n Cook, James Bradford Monroe, N. C. Cool, Ralph Edwin Asheville, N. C. Coppage, Roger Lee Brightwood, Va. Coss, Jack Calvin Raleigh, N. C. Cotten. Bruce Preston Charlotte, N. C. Council, Cicero, Jr Cameron, N. C. Covington. William Oates, Jr A ' adeshoro, N. C. Cox, Earl Mitchell, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Cox, Marshall Edwin Goldsboro, N. C. Cox, Wesley Edmond Newport News, ' a. Cox, William Howard Asheboro, N. C. Crews, Vernon ' icks Cornelius, N. C. Crocker, William Floyd Raleigh, N. C. Crotts, Marcus Bowman Winston-Salem, N. C. Crowder, Forrest Sylvester, Jr Lattimore, N. C. Crowell, Richards Alexander Enka, N. C. Crull, William Eugene Anderson, Ind. Crutchfield, Douglas Milton Madison, N. J. Cruthis, Floyd Lee High Point, N. C. Cunningham, John Earl ' inston Salem, N. C. Currie, J(jseph Ernest, Jr Jackson Springs, N. C. Curtis, Willie Rogers Otto, N. C. Dacus, Don Richard Bryson City, N. C. Dail, James Elmer Holly Ridge, N. C. D ' Annolfo, Gaetano John South Barre, Mass. Daugherr ' . Jimmie Cox Portsmouth, ' a. Davis, Alton Ray Pikevillc. N. C. Davis, Bonnie Cole Moyock, N. C. Davis, Burton N Brooklyn. N. Y. Davis, James Clayton Lavada, N. C. Davis, John Oscar Raleigh, N. C. Davis, William Joseph Winston Salem, N. C. Davis, William ' ictor Denton, N. C. Dean. Alfred Beecham Oxford, N. C. Dean, Baxter Guy Louisburg, N. C. Deanes, Robert Freeman Murfrecsbnro, N. C. Dedmon, Eugene Alexander Shelby, N. C. Dennis, C. R., Jr Burlington, N. C. Devier, Richard Morgan Harrisonburg, Va. Dickens, Marvin David Varina, N. C. Dillon, Lloyd CoUison, Jr Thomasville, N. C. Dixon, Clarence Franklin, Jr Statesville, N. C. Dixon, Richard Alton, Jr Creedmoor, N. C. Dobson, Ernest Washington Forest City, N. C. Dornseif, Albert Jacob Greensboro, N. C. Dorsett, William Clay Efland, N. C. Doughton, James Horton. Jr Charlotte, N. C. Driggers. James Archie Fayetteville, N. C. Dubling, William Henry, Jr Mt. Airy, N. C. Dudley, Myles Franklyn Boynton Beach. Fla. Duke, Spencer Errol Thomas ' ille, N. C. Dungan, Warren Emmett Raleigh, N. C. Dunigan, C. James Burgaw. N. C. Dunn, Claude Jack, Jr Efland, N. C. Dunn, Paul Edward Selma, N. C. Dupree, Robert Henry Battleboro, N. C. Eason, Glenn Alfred Selma, N. C. Echovarria, Raul . Colombia, S. A. Eckard, Spurgeon Eugene Hickory, N. C. Edwards, Eugene Lee Asheville, N. C. Edwards, Hubert Nathaniel Chicod, N. C. English. Joe Roy Ashford, N. C. Ennis, Alvis Howard ' g ' Point. N. C. Everett. James David Barium Springs, N. C. Falkner, John Macy Oxford, N. C. Farmer, John Stanler Elm City, N. C. Fehr, Jerry Kent Charlotte, N. C. Ferrell. George Dallas Durham, N. C. Ferrell, Henry Edsel Knightdale, N. C. Flanagan, Jay Arch Farmville, N. C. [180] nORTH CflROLinR CLRSS OF ' 53 I Ui limaii. Iharlos Ncilfiml layillovilU-. N. C. I It-minj;. Unlx-n llcim Cirwnvilk-. N. C. r«nl. Charli-s Harold Camilfr. N. C. I stiT. Jaim-s Duke . ' Ruflin, N. C. roslfr, Tnmmv rrankliii, Jr Blanch. N. C. I ' osler, William Donald Thomasvilk, N. C. I ' ranklin. Richard Henry Sprinjjlicld, N. C. l-razicr. John Boyte Sholby. N. C. Freeman. Earlle Lee China C;r( e. N. C. Tryar, RoIktc Rankin NU I.eansville. N. C. rulcher. William Ernest Leaksville. N. C. l-ulk. James Carson Pilot Mountain. N. C. Ciaines. Rohert Finlev St. .- ugustine. Fla. Ciarcia. Herman Talca. Chile Garner. Coyte I.ee Thomasville. N. C. C.arren. Harold Davis Raleigh, N. C. Garra. Jaime Raul Matamoros. Mexico Gerrald. Coswell Ellis Lumberton. M. C. Gibson. Robert Lcgrand Red Springs, N. C. Gilbert. George Garland Forest City. N. C. C:ill. Thomas Woody Oxford. N. C. Gilkey. John Millard Marion, N. C. Gilliant. Henr ' Cornelius, Jr Sanford, N. C. Gilliam, James D Rocky Mount, N. C. (iinther. Benjamin Lewis Brookneal, Va. Cluck. Morton Chester New York, N. Y. Gold, Neil Bernard Brooklyn, N. Y. Cioode. Cecil Conway. Jr Boiling Springs. N. C. Goode, Franklyn Clayton Kenosha, Wis. Goode. Richard Whitfield, Jr Mt. Olive, N. C. Grant. Elvin Wright Goldsboro, N. C. Grant, Frank Raymond Charlotte, N. C. Grantham, John Maultroby Fairmont, N. C. Green, Howard Ditmas Brooklyn, N. Y. Greene, CJary- York Bostic, N. C. Greer, Dewey Hobson. Jr High Point, N. C. Clrifiin, Malcolm Lasserter, Jr Fernandina, Fla. Guplon. Stephen Thomas Rocky Mount. N. C. Guy. Edward Douglas. Jr Lake Worth, Fla. Hadley. John Herbert Salisbury, N. C. Haire, Roy L ' arina, N. C. Hamilton, Cleveland Belk . .Atlantic, N. C. Hamilton, Leon Eldridge Lumberton, N. C. Hamilton, Walter William Gastonia, N. C. Hanna. James H., Jr Blowing Rock, N. C. Hancock, Aubrey Lewis Randleman, N. C. Hankins, John Charles Lexington, N. C. Hansen. Alwin Thomas Kenosha, Wis. Hanell, .Aubrey Evans Edenton, N. C. I larrell, Jesse Worsley Roanoke Rapids. N. C. Harrington. Ben Davis Fuquay Springs. N. C. Harrison. Mark Alan New York, N. Y. Hart. Charles Hubert Ayden, N. C. Harvat, James Calvin South Bound Brook, N. J. Hasbrouck. Charles B Bladenboro, N. C. Hawkins, Byron Kenneth Rockingham, N, C. Hawkins. Clyde Ray CJreensboro, N. C. Hawkins. George Wilber, Jr Durham, N. C. Hawley, William Oates Goldsboro, N. C. Haynes, Edwin Page Raleigh, N. C. Hayward, Robert DeBerry Mt. Gilead, N. C. Haywood. James Edward Ulah, N. C. Hayivood, Kenneth Br ce lllah, N. C. Hayworth, Raymond Hall, Jr " ' gh Point. N. C. Hay worth. Robert Wilson, Jr High Point, N. C. Hefner, Ira Dawson Statesville, N. C. Heiiig, Harry Brown, Jr Salisbury, N. C. Henderson, Alton Clay Portsmouth, Va. Henderson. Otis Haywood Burlington, N. C. Herring, David Coward LaGrange, N. C. [181] STRTE COLLEGE P P P P P IP " W p P P, tj P g5 r ' C g p p p t § L- ' P P P Jril.t f C f -f - ' fe -erf |h O « pi FR ESH m E n Hershberger, Robert Wayne Raleigh, N. C. Hester, Jerry Looper High Point, N. C. Heyman, Charles Simon, Jr Rome, Ga. Hickey, Richard Patrick Femandina, Fla. Hill, Edward Gray Lexington, N. C. Hines, Leslie Darrell, Jr Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Hinkle, Daniel Baxter Winston Salem, N. C. Hodges, Harry Skinner, Jr Washington, D. C. Hodges, John Frank South Hill, Va. Hodgin, Horrace Calvin Guilford College, N. C. Hollaman, Max Four Oaks, N. C. Holland, Burke Elmo Durham, N. C. Hollowell, Zeno Greene, Jr Goldsboro, N. C. Holmes, Malcolm Lamb, Jr Oak Ridge, Tenn. Holt, Marvin Payne Snow Camp, N. C. Honeycutt, Mallie Pou, Jr Wendell, N. C. Hoots, William R., Jr Raleigh, N. C. Home, Archie Alan Beulaville, N. C. House, William Earl Bethel, N. C. Howard, James Woodard Charlotte, N. C. Howard, Thomas Clifton Denver, N. C. Hughes, Bruce Jeryl Jamestown, N. C. Hunt. Gronly Edwards Louisburg, N. C. Hunt. Wilmer L Durham, N. C. Hunter, John Kenneth Pilot Mountain, N. C. Hutchins, William Paul Durham, N. C. Hux, Pentley Novarro Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Issen, Melvin I New York, N. Y. Jackson, Charles Theodore Asheville, N. C. Jackson, Cornelius Lamb Elizabeth City, N. C. Jacobs, Tom Landon Greensboro, N. C. James, Robert Deal Raleigh, N. C. James, Wallace Lee Robersonville, N. C. Jarrett, Donald Ray Asheville, N. C. Jeter, Robert Lee Ahoskie, N. C. Johnson, Chalmers Columbus, Jr Gastonia, N. C. Johnson, Gene William Winston Salem, N. C. Johnson, Herman Rudolph Spring Hope, N. C. Johnson, Robert Henry Siler City, N. C. Johnson, Thomas Ruffin, Jr Greenville, S. C. Jolly, James Luther, Jr Creedmoor, N. C. Jones, Dale Stratton Leesburg, Fla. Jones, Elvin Ray Greenville, N. C. Jones, Ronald Edwin Raleigh, N. C. Joseph, Fred Thomas Greensboro, N. C. Julian, Douglas Thomas Statesville, N. C. Kallam, Ted Shelton Winston-Salem, N. C. Kaplun, Isaias Mitih Chile, S. A. Keith, Richard Karl Covington, " a. Kelly, Ernest Cecil Hamlet, N. C. Kelly. Max Bernard Rowland, N. C. Kemp, John Redd, Jr Ruffin, N. C Kennedy, Carlton Clarence Southern Pines, N. C. Kennette. Richard H Palmfield. N. J. Kerr, John McCracken, Jr Washington, N. C. Ketner, Calvin Leroy Burlington, N. C. King, Byron Garrison Philadelphia, Pa. King, Charles Sylvester Statesville, N. C. Kirk, Eugene Wilson Aberdeen, N. C. Kirkland, Benjamin Eagles Tarboro, N. C. Kline, Donald Hasbrouch Asheville, N. C. Knight, Robert Jackson Gamer, N. C. Koch, David New York, N. Y. Kohlbecker, Charles Albert Riverton, III. Koonce, Guv Timothy, Jr Trenton, N. C. Koontz, Richard Howard Lexington, N. C. Komegay, Bemard Flynn Mt. Olive, N. C. Komegay, Ervin Thaddeus Seven Springs, N. C. Kragas, Kare Marius Oslo, Norway Lambert, George Smithson Rocky Mount, N. C. 182 nORTH CflROLinfl CLRSS OF ' 53 Lambert. Thomas Crt!orRc Monmoulh Junction, N. J. Lamm. William Silas l.ucamn, N. C. Lane. Eihvaril IVnsi.n M,irj;antcin. N. C. Lane. Franklin . lnn a Pranklintcm. N. C. Lanier. Alhert Barnes. Jr Rosehill. N. C. L.isilter. Tli.mias Tililen Jacksonville, N. C. Lattimore. Alficl llui;h UulluTforiltun. N. C. Lauj;hridgo. John Conley .Marion. N. C. Lauj;hler. FreJ 1 lannon Raleigh, N. C. Laiirsen. Ernest Richard Swannanoa. N. C. Lealherman. Hugh Kenneth Vale, N. C. Ledford. William Edward Prentiss. N. C. Lee. Di.nald Joe Wilmington. N. C. Leonard. Curtis .Viam. Jr Lexington. N. C. Lewis. David Ruthertordton. N. C. Lewis. Herbert Cayle Mount Olive, N. C. Lindley, James .-Mfred Siler City, N. C. Lindsay, Donald Edwin Rocky Mount, N. C. Liner. Hugh Lupton Hillsboro, N. C. Llovd. . ndrcw Benjamin Efland, N. C. Lloyd. Harold Eugene Winston Salem, N. C. Lloyd. Harold Wesley Jacksonville, N. C. Luminack, Robert Nance. Jr Raleigh, N. C. Long. Joe Calvin Mebane, iN. C. Lewder, Jerry Lawrence Albemarle, N. C. Lowenstein. Hugh Price Seardalc. N. Y. Lucv. Joseph Edwin Newport News. ' a. Lvtton. Victor Hugh Long Islatld, N. C. .Mabe, Donald Wilson Kemersville. N. C. Mahry, Clyde Benton, Jr Norwood, N. C. Madison. Milton Alan Brooklyn. N. Y. jMaier, George Parrott Weldon, N. C. Maness, Vernon Elvin. Jr Burlington. N. C. Mangum. Fred .Mien. Jr Zebulon, N. C. iMarcom, William Thomas Raleigh, N. C. March. Clyde ' emon Rocky Alount. N. C. Marshall, Charles McLeon Jacksonville, N. C. Marshall, Henry Vance, Jr Rural Hall, N. C. Marshall. Marvin Duke. Jr McCain, N. C. Martin. Devero Unaka, N. C. Martin, Donald Abraham High Point, N. C. Martin, Roger Ernest Eagle Springs, N. C. Mason, Elijah Franklin Princeton, N. C. Massenburg, Edward Seawell Raleigh, N. C. Masscngill, James Robert Four Oaks, N. C. Massey, Charles Grey Raleigh, N. C. Matherly, Kenneth Arnold Snow Camp, N. C. Matkins, Harlin Walter Gibsonville, N. C. Matthews, Harry Patrick Canton. N. C. Mav, William Harold Winston Salem, N. C. Mayo. Robert Glenn Rocky Mount, N. C. .Meacham, Robert Barnard Raleigh, N. C. Mease, John Caspar Bethlehem, Pa. Meekins, Roger Preston Manteo, N. C. .Meeks, Terrell Livingston Draper, N. C. Meletiou, Demetrios S Greensboro, N. C. Merritt. Oscar Kochlitzky, Jr Mt. Airy, N. C. .Michal, Joseph Lewis WaynesvUle, N. C. Miles. Robert Edward Norfolk, Va. Miller, Frank Cleveland Mt. Airy, N. C. Miller. Larry Gray Yadkinville, N. C. Miller. Rhett .Anderson. Jr Edenton, N. C. Miller. William Lynn Statesville, N. C. Mintzer. Stuart Morton Brooklyn, N. Y. Misenheimer. Jack Reid Salisbury, N. C. Mooney, Hubert, Jr Rougemont, N. C. Moore, Frank Bunting New Bern, N. C. Moore, Maurice Hardin, Jr Wilmington, N. C. Moore, Nathaniel Flenry Washington, N. C. Moore, Sheppard Neal New Bern, N. C. [183] STRTE COLLEGE i m mm M . " p O ft D p P P o f |f . p jD O P f! 1 C) 1 Vl tj B V V E h- ' h - Q Q FR ES H m E n Moose, Lathan Thomas Statesville, N. C. Montague, Billy Linwood Raleigh. N. C. Morgan, Billy Francis Ocean Drive Beach, S. C. Morgan, Samuel Dean Marion, N. C. Morton, Sanford Bascom, Jr Matthews, N. C. Morton, Harry John Salisbury, N. C. Moseley, Kenneth Stewart Stoneville, N. C. Moser, Harry Wade, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Mullins, Herbert Charles Portsmouth, Va. Murray, Jack Thomas Durham, N. C. Muse, Horace Snow, Jr Greensboro, N. C. Mustag, Kadhim Mohammad Khalif, Iraq Myers, Bobby Leon Thomasville, N. C. M}ers, Roland Eugene Lexington, N. C. Myers, Paul Tilton Hoffman, N. C. MacKinney, Arland Lee Hendersonville, N. C. McAdams, John Fletcher Mebane, N. C. McArthur, James Kenneth Greensboro, N. C. McHridc. Arthur LaClair Concord, N. C. McCain, Hubert Prentice, Jr I ig Point, N. C. AkDade, Jack H Chapel Hill, N. C. McDonald, Walter Greenlee Mt. Pleasant, N. C. McGee, Edwin Harold Purlear, N. C. McGee, Lawrence Bennett Winston Salem, N. C. McGee, William Clyde, Jr Concord, N. C. McGougan, James Duncan Bridge, N. C. McKenzie, James Hampton Raleigh, N. C. McLamb, Robert Campbell Goldsboro, N. C. McMurray, Birch Lee Rutherfordton, N. C. Neal, Fred Alton, Jr Greensboro, N. C. Newton, Ed Cranmer, Jr Gary, N. C. Noble, Walter Barnes Charlotte, N. C. Norman, George Eugene Charlotte, N. C. Norman, James Martin Leaksville, N. C. Norris, Maynard Irving Parkville, Md. Obaidy, Radhi Husain Alhindyia, Iraq O ' Connor, Harry Joseph Greensboro, N. C. Oerter, Neil Frederick Winston-Salem, N. C. Olarte, Jaime Medellin, Colombia, S. A. Orr, Dick Robert Fort Wayne, Ind. Osborne, Charles Mason Brevard, N. C. Outland, Vincent CowgiU Rich Square, N. C. Outlaw, Joseph Leroy Seven Springs, N. C. Owen, Tommie Jones New London, N. C. Owens, Daniel Kenyon Greenville, N. C. Owens, David Lvnwood Walstonburg, N. C. Owens, Morris Bradlev North Wilkesboro, N. C. Page, Joel Lawrence Raleigh, N. C. Park, Charles Benjamin Raleigh, N. C. Paschal, Lawrence W Winston Salem, N. C. Patterson, Knighton Marlowe Shelby, N. C. Penland, Ravrnond Lewis Franklin, N. C. Perry, John Calhoun High Point, N. C. Perry, William Everett Raleigh, N. C. Phillips. David Webster Mt. Olive, N. C. Phillips, Thomas Durwood Raleigh, N. C. Pitts, Charles Ray Charlotte, N. C. Pitts, Richard Eugene Burlington, N. C. Pittman, Clyde Beverly Newport News, Va. Pleasants, Richard Earl Gary, N. C. Pless, Harold Benjamin Canton, N. C. Plott. James Bernard Asheville, N. C. Pollard, Joe Whitfield Raleigh, N. C. Poole, John McKee, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Poplin, Earl S Indian Trail, N. C. Powell, Douglas Lionel Spencer, N. C. Price, Carl Duncan Selma, N. C. Primm, James Edward Charlotte, N. C. Privette, Joseph Dan Zebulon, N. C. Privette, Robert Lee Zebulon, N. C. [184] nORTH CflROLinfl CLRSS OF ' 53 Propsi. Lcruy Chonvvillo. N. C. Prvor. Ahon Leslie. Jr Winston Sjilcm, N. C. Purvis. James Leon Whitakers, N. C. guickel. Richard LeUuv C ' harlolte, N. C. Quinn. Aaron Bomlens, )r Greensboro, N. C. Quinn. James Toms Shelby, N. C. RaifonL U illiani Patrick C.reenshoni. N. C. Ramseur, Ilenrv McKcuwn Morganion, N. C. Ramsey. Bobby Benjamin Shelby. N. C. Raymon. James Eari Maple Hill, N. C. Rawls. Douglas Lawrence Aulander. N. C. Reavis. Charles C;eor »e. Jr Yadkinville, N. C. Rector, William Baylis Rocky Mount. N. C Reaves. Albert Louie Ro.iiiokc Rapids. N. C. Reeves. John Thomas Pilot Mountain, N. C. Regan. Don Druid Lexington, N. C Reim. Hdvvin John Frceport, N. V. Reis, Calvin Joseph AUeniown, Pa. Remensnyder. Warren Stuart. Jr Sao Pauno, Brazil Ribelin. Charles Lewis Salisbury. N. C. Ricks. Thcophilus Edward Whitakers, N. C. Riddle, Lewis Luther Sanford, N. C. Ritsch, Robert Adams Covington, Va. Roberts, James Roger Goldsboro, N. C. Roberson, Joe Gerald Leicester, N. C. Robinson, Charles Phillips Wadesboro, N. C. Robinson. Mendel Leno. Jr Paw Creek. N. C. Roche, Francis Patrick, Jr Vonkers, N. Y. Rochelle, Daniel Mathew Greensboro, N. C. Rodman, John Franklin Williamsport. Md. Roddey. Sidney Hope. Jr Charlotte, N. C. Rodgers, Davie Lee Thomasville. N. C. Rodgers, James Gordon Salisbury, N. C. Rodgers, Charles Raymond Rucky Point, N. C. Rogers, Hershal Evans Wrightsville Beach. N. C Rolnik. Philip Bogota. Colombia, S. A. Rose. David Jepiha Rocky Mount, N. C. Rosenfield. Robert Stanley Forest Hills, N. Y. Ross. William Oettinger Elizabeth City, N. C. Rowe, George Samuel, Jr Newton, N. C. Rowe, Marcus Marion. Jr Newton, N . C. Royal. Joseph Edward .Clinton, N. C. Rue. Leon Ivan Raleigh, N, C. Rueda. Alvaro Bogota, Colombia, S. A. Russell, Graden Jackson Fletcher, N. C. Sadler, Courtney Inew Littleton. N. C. Sain, Samuel Kimbrough Cana, N. C. Sampson, Shepard Clard Morehead Citv, N. C. Sasser, Joseph David Goldsboro, N. C. Satterwhite. Thomas Hilliard Cleveland, N. C. Salterwhite, William H Kokorao, Ind. Saunders, John Linker Statesville, N. C. Saville, Carson Franklin, Jr Kinston, N. C. Sawyer, Walter Myers Belcross, N. C. Schafer, John Ray Statesville, N. C. Schulz, Shepherd Landis Raleigh, N. C. Scott, Henry . lvord, Jr Haw Ri er, . C . Scott. " John Daniel, Jr Greensboro, N. C . Scroggs, William Andrew Asheville, N. C . Scull, James Frederick Paterson, N. J. Seagle, Genera! D Franklin, N. C. Schegle, Joseph Anthony Castle Havne, N. C. Sellers, Auther Clifton Winnabow, N. C. Seymore. Stephen David, Jr Sanf jrd, N. C. Shackelford, Ossie Taylor Hookerton, N. C. Shepard, Robert Paine, III Griffin, Ga. Sharber, William Walston Elizabeth City, N. C. Sharp, Thad, Jr Sims, N. C. Sharpe, Hardy R Robbinsvilie, N. C. Sheets, Thomas Grey Lexington, N. C. [185] STRTE COLLEGE P P p PP P] P jft fTi O f F p p g f f) P 1 iSil J? O P P 9 9 P 9 P fv ¥p fv Ci C p kZ) fsJ iZ P ' e " P C P P PSSL F RESH m E n Shine, John Faison, Jr Goldsboro, N. C. Shuford, John Edison, Jr Lincolnton, N. C. Siegel, Philip William Union City, N. C. Sigmon, Carlin Curtis Alexis, N. C. Simpson, Billy Burke Tuckasegee, N. C. Sinclair, John Thomas Raeford, N. C. Sink, Jimmie Brantley Lexington, N. C. Sipfle, William Edward McCain. N. C. Smalley. Willie Joe South Hill. Va. Smith, Banner Charlotte. N. C. Smith, James Paxton Paducah, Ky. Smith, John Wayne, Jr Albemarle, N. C. Smith. Luther Green, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Smith. Marvin Linwood Raleigh, N. C- Smith, Robert Dean Kernersville, N. C. Smith, William Marion Rutherfordton, N. C. Smithwick, John Washington Smithfield, N. C. Soling. Franklin Maxwell Bronx. N. Y. Southerland, Charles Rebert Goldsboro, N. C. Sparger, Hamilton Tatum, Jr Greensboro, N. C. Sparks, Mar ' in Randolph Lynch Station, Va. Spence, William Nei! Overhills. N. C. Spiers, Archie Tinsley Newport News, Va. Spies. Harry John Clark Township, N. J. Sprinkle, James F Raleigh, N. C. Sprock, Howard Martin Charlotte, N. C. Squires, Peyton Hubert, Jr Balton, N. C. Stanley, Fletcher Lewis Seven Springs, N. C. Stanley, Ivan Harrison Statesville, N. C. Steelman. Charles William Leicester, N. C. Stinson. Gorrell Robert, Jr Boonville, N. C. Stinson, Waller Thomas Boonville, N. C. Stock, Richard Martin Lumberton, N. C. Stokes. John William Henderson, N. C. Stough, Frank Jackson, Jr Albemarle. N. C. Strange, Duyle Hartwell Richmond Heights, Mo. Sturtevant. Ralph Ir ' ing, Jr Rocky Mount, N. C. Styers, William Wesley Gastonia, N. C. Sugg, Bobby Gene Spottsville, Ky. Sunderland, William Irwin Ruxton, Md. Talamas, Henry Saltillo, Mexico Tarver, Donald Allen Charlotte, N. C. Taylor, Arthur William Skyland. N. C. Taylor, Earl Wayne Maple, N. C. Taylor, Jay Seth Durham, N. C. Taylor, Jesse Gene Beaufort. N. C. Taylor, Thomas Aaron Raleigh, N. C. Taylor, Thomas Allen Raleigh, N. C. Teachey, Joseph Daniel, Jr Wallace, N. C. Tedder, Robert Fields Whiteville, N. C. Temple, Thomas Douglas, III Scotland Neck. N. C. Terrell. Otis William Mebane, N. C. Tesh, Osmyn Orlando Winston-Salem, N. C. Thomas, Robert Gordon. Jr Raleigh, N. C. Thompson. Jack Herbert Rich Square, N. C. Thorc. William Franklin Boonville, N. C. Thrash, Thomas Lee Asheville, N. C. Thurman, Maxwell Reid High Point, N. C. Tippett, James Talbot Oxford, N. C. Tippett. Jesse Richard, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Todd. Malcolm Arrington Roxboro, N. C. Tola, Peter Thomas Raleigh, N. C. Toro, Jaime Dario Medellin. Colombia. S. A. Travis, James Stoker, Jr Apex, N. C. Travis, Jehu Benjamin Apex, N. C. Travis, William Allison .- Weldon, N. C. TroUinger, Joseph William . . Burlington, N. C. Trulove, Thomas Arthur, Jr Greensboro, N, C. Tucker, George Marion Monroe, N. C. Tucker, Harry Hauser Winston-Salem, N. C. [186] nORTH CRROLinfl CLRSS OF ' 53 Tucker, Jiimcs CiiK in Monroe. N. C. Tunst;lll. Jiisqih l ' ;iyton Liluiud, N. C. llpchurdi, Avron Huron S;niforil, N. C. llribo. Luis C.ullcrmo Mcdcllin, Colombia, S. A. ll lc. William T,iylor, Jr Ualiii li. N. C. Vilalc. Vinci-nl, Jr Hiirlini;Ion. N. C. Von Canon, Jticob I-rcd Banmr tlk. . C. Von Holclenlwrg, Klacbi-I Boris A Mori ' los, Mexico Walker. John Ale ancler Concord, N. C. Walker, Ha nionil Bennett I ' clham, N. C. Walker. Wilbur Lincoln Walb.l, N. C. Ward. Benjamin Thomas Cireensboro, N. C. Ward, Boyd Maxton High Point, N. C. Warren, John Ilassell Prospect Hill. ' . C. Warren, Rufus Hawkins Roseboro, N. C. Warrington. Larry D.ivid New Bern, N, C, Waters, James Laman Raleigh, N. C. Watson, Bobby Lee Rural Hall, N. C. Watson, Edward Benjamin, Jr Bryson City, N. C. Webb. Glenn Tazewell ! Salisbury, N. C. U ' ebb. Robert Tavlor To vnsend. Tenn. Weeks. Lloyd Deems. Jr Clinton, N, C. Weir, Walter Raymond. Jr Winston Salem, N. C. Weiss, Alfred Hans, Jr Brevard, N. C. Wellons. William Ivan Princeton, N, C. Wells, Howard Alonzo Winston Salem, N. C. Wcssell, John Charles Hallsboro, N. C. Weston. James Alvan Kernersville, N. C. Wheless, James Harris Louisburg, N. C. While, Joseph Moore, Jr Raleigh, N, C, Whitley, Claude Alex Concord, N. C. Whitley, James Rufus Kannapolis, N. C. ' ickham, Raymond Lee Tarboro, N, C. Wiggins. William Marsden Dudley. N. C. Wilkes, Gordon Edward U ' ilmingtcm, N. C. Willard. Van Dale Winston-Salem, N. C. Williams, Derrell Gainor Rocky Mount, N. C. Williams, John Robert Monroe, N. C. Williams. William Montgomery Charlotte. N. C. Williamson, Wiley Thomas Sims, N. C, Williford, Edgar Knight Aulander, N. C. Willis, Giles Whitehurst Gloucester, N. C. Wilson. Benjamin Franklin. Jr Mebane, N, C. WinecofF, ' illiam Luther Kannapolis, N. C. Withers, Clifton Cameron Kannapolis, N. C. Wood, John Beale W inston-Salem, N. C. Woodard, Bruce Henry Spring Hope, N. C. Woodard, Peter Alan Asheville, N. C. Woody, Garland Orce Bryson City, N. C. Wooten, William Edward Winston Salem, N. C. Wyatt, John Cox, Jr Candor, N. C. Wvatt, William Richard Winston Salem, N. C. Yaitir, Ali Sureyya Ceyhan, Turkey Yandle, David Owen Charlotte, X. C. Yates, Wilbome Tuby Apex, N, C. Young, Gaither Gerald IV7, N. C. Y ' oung, Lawrence Eugene Lexingttm, N. C. ■) O P P p D O jft r p p p .p ff [187] STRTE COLLEGE 5ix:Zi- CE ' W ' ' • - dy Sy JW. Samuel A. CtIbson Colonel Infantry, II. S. A. PMS ' T miLITRRY SCIEnCE RRD TRCTICS Edited hv JEANNETTE SiMPSON The Reserve Officers Training Corps is one of the major educa- tional components of North Carohna State College and is one of the most active organizations on the campus. The State College Regi- ment maintains the distinction of being one of the finest of its kind in the entire countrx . At State College the R.OT .C. consists of six specialized units: Air, Infantrv, Quartermaster, Ordnance, Signal Corps, and Engineers. The Air unit forms a separate group, which composes the third battalion in the organizational setup. 1 he . (Hth Carohna State College R.O. I .C. is under the direc- tion o( (i I teen commissioned Armv and Air Force officers. Tliey are assisted b - a competent staff of non-commissioned officers. This combined grou|i ol men act as drill instructors, militarv classroom instructors, and e. ecuti es who handle the supplies, training pro- sram, and other aried functions of the regiment. [189: RRtTlY RRD RIR FORCE OFFICERS CiUDffI ■ • " k - . Left to right, first row: Lt. Col. William A. Craig, Lt. Col. Howard E. Price, Lt. Col. James 1 1. Stell, Major 1 larrv G. Benion. Second row. Major Withers G. Birdsong, Major James J. England, Major Chester D. Nielson, Capt. Elwin O. Brown. Third I ' oir; Capt. Donald R. May, Jr., Capt. Daniel Wade McElwee, Capt. Leo Raehmel. Capt. Henry Romanek. Fourdi row. Capt. C. A. Thompson, Lt. John T. Nave. d m 7 ff W CiENTRV Mills Cramer Chadwick Conner Calhoun HLrrciiiNs Mrs. Edwin B. Gentry Honorary Cadet Colonel REGimEDTflL STAFF Edwin B. Gentry Reg. Co. Cadet Colonel James F. Mills Dep. Reg. Co. Lt. Colonel I 1 ARRv Cramer Reg. E.vec. Officer Lt. Colonel Frank T. Hiitchins Francis C Chabwick Reg. Adjutant Major James M. Conner Reg. S-2 Major Sam L. Calhoun Reg. S-3 Major Reg. S-4 Major FIRST BATTALION STAFF Otis G. Rucker Bat. Com. Cadet Lt. Colonel Pope McCorkle Executive Officer Cadet Major Joseph H. Pease Adjutant Cadet Captain SECOND BATTALION STAFF Louis Cramer Bat. Coin. Cadet Lt. Colonel Melford R. Damron . . .Execiirire Officer Cadet Major William W. Raper Adjutant Cadet Captain AIR GROUP STAFF Lawrence C. Harrington . .Group Coin. Cadet Lt. Col. Charles E. Wilson . . .Group Exec. Officer Cadet Maj. James M. Potter. Jr Group Adjutant Cadet Capt. inFRriTRY Captain George E. Pickett Company Commander compRnY i , u.»t-i ,r 1st PLATOON . 5 r 0 2nd PLATOON fl ft: f 9% 0 9 % 1 m ' 1 SSft. • T itm 1 pi ■■•• • ' ' ■ ' ' -■ ' ' . " " ' " , ' ■ ' ■ ' •M. w ■ ■ ■ : ■ . n • 1 - ' f. • n ■ • • ... ▼ M ' ' i ' 3rd PLATOON compRnv Capiaix Loiii ' i I . Holder t r § % f V . r H ►■ l l » — , MM » M » inFflriTRY 1st PLATOON f p m y • • ■ B!fl u • 1 1 9% • ♦ ► 1 in ri ! iirif M a 2nd PLATOON .» 1]fc 3rd PLATOON QUflRTERmflSTER compflnY Captain Charles N. Dobbins Company Commander 1st PLATOON 2nd PLATOON 3rd PLATOON i ■ i II • ' 9 ' l Y I ' compRnY Captain Ralph E. Pardue Coiiipaiiy Cviiiniander QURRTERmRSTER 1st PLATOON 2nd PLATOON 3rd PLATOON inFflniRY Captain Horace C. Hudgins Company Commander compflnv 1st PLATOON » • 9 % i-i - . I I 2nd PLATOON 3rd PLATOON compflnY C ' aptain John B. Hill, Jh. Company Commander H? m gpl ERGinEERS 1st PLATOON 2nd PLATOON 3rd PLATOON SIGHRL CORPS Captain Charles S. Alexander Company Commander compRnv 1st PLATOON 2nd PLATOON 3rd PLATOON compflnv Captain James N. Owens Company Commander ORDnflncE 1st PLATOON 2nd PLATOON 3rd PLATOON RIR CORPS 1st FLIGHT 2nd FLIGHT 3rd FLIGHT SQURDROn niR CORPS Captain William R. Sullivan Squadron Commander 1st FLIGHT 2nd FLIGHT 3rd FLIGHT RIR CORPS SQUflDROn Captain Daniel F. McCulloch Sqtiadron Commattder 1st FLIGHT 2nd FLIGHT 3rd FLIGHT BRRD DRUm RRD BUGLE CORPS SPECIAL TROOPS Major Thomas A. Wood Cnmiiin uler BAND DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS commissionED FIRST YEAR ADVANCED 204] OFFICERS SECOND YEAR ADVANCED RIFLE TEflm Left to riolit, first roir: Capt. C. A. Thompson, Ilut;h A. Duncan, Da id W. Bynum, William F. Miller, Harry R. Stowe, Robert G. ' Prongay, M Sgt. William C. Weatherman. Second row. John P. Langlev, Paul H. Porter, Vincent Vitale, Jr., Clyde F. Connor, Carlos Tinsley, William R. Wyatt, M Sj t. Leander M. Kinnard. Third row: Ralph J. Peeler, Carl Wagner, Walter D. Baker, Henry M. Davis, James H. Stell, Harrv M. Creekmuir. Fourth row: Ceorgc E. Norman, Carson H. Boone, Carlisle C. Campbell, Thomas H. Ciarner, David A. Adams, John C. Herther, Hugh A. Tate. Fifth row: Leo I. Rue, Walter R. Weir, James B. Cook, James T. Bales, James A. Blake, Francis J. Kornowski. •f .■i GANIZATIONS Edited hy Sanfoiu) (). CIluck i IS ? J mm • d |«■ - JV Frank H. Jeter Chairman PUBLICRTIOnS BORRD Adams Alston Barnhardt Boyles Brock Buie Dicks DuBosE Edwards Hancock Hollowell Lampe Phelps Robertson Ross Smetana ' Smith Stidham White Williamson George B. Smith Editor. Aoriciihiirisi Lawrence A. White . . . .Business Manager, Agriculturist Scott F. Stidham Editor, Agromeck Beverly Ross Business Manager, Agromeck Moyle B. Adams President. Campus Government Roger P. Marshall Faculty William L. Mayer Facidty William M. Barnhardt Editor, Haudhook Earl T. Dicks, Jr Business Manager, Handbook LiNZY E. Boyles President, jujiior ( .Jass ( II C. l:n vAHi)S Editor. J ' inetum John G. Lampe Business Manager, Pinetum Avery C. Brock President, Senior Class William E. Hollowell Editor, Southern Engineer Warren W. Robertson, Business Mgr., Southern Engineer Joseph S. Hancock Editor, Technician William R. Phelps Business Manager, Technician William M. Barnhardi Editor, Textile Forum Charles G. Buie Business Manager, Textile Forum Theodore P. Williamson Editor. Wataugan W. Jack Alston Business Manager, Wataugan H. Wade DuBose Station Manager. WVWP Frederick O. Smeiana Business Manager, WVWP I Almost t vent fi c cars aoo, a grou]) was formed to help the student publications sohe their many business and editorial problems. This nucleus was composed of A. S. Brower, then the College ' s Business Manager, Stewart Robertson of the Enolish Department, and the editors and business manaocrs of the Xgromfck, ihc 1 cchnician and n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [211] the Wataugan. In 1931 this group became known as the Student Board of Publications under the chairmanship of Frank II. Jeter, who since that time has been a tower of strength to man harassed student journalists. In 1947 a permanent Executive Secretary was employed. ITiis addi tion to the Board pro ed to be a er benelicial mo c. « Scott F. Stidham Editoriii-Cliief Beverly A. Ross Business Manager Be I Publication oF the 1950 Agromeck marks the appearance of the forty-eighth volume of State College ' s vearbook. The Agromeck, sometimes referred to as the " master publica- tion " of North Carolina State College, has enjoyed a continuous existence. It is the onlv campus periodical that successfully sur ' i ' ed both World Wars. Within the coniincs of this book can be found snapshots, records of the various organizations that can be found on our campus, and all the other man things that are reminiscent of the school ear. It is the sincere hope of each member of the stalf that this 1950 Agromeck will be enjoved and cherished by all who receive it. THE 1950 RGROmECK [212] 1 1)1 0 l STAFF C Ci. BiiiH Associate hdilor L. A. DoBSON Fraternities Editor S. C). Cii-liCK . . . .i)riiiuiiiatioiis Editor Betiv Ann Cline . . . .Features Editor Ikanneim; Simpson .. liHtar Editor v. F. Parrisii Art Editor |. M. Bowers Sports Editor J. F. McCoRMicK Coyy Writer P). W. Batchelor Photographer R. M. W ' ooTEN Photographer R. P. Karriker Photographer I). M. Lambert Photographer L. W. BissETTE Photographer L. L. I loLDER Copy ' n ' fc ' i Bobbie Thompson Copy Writer J. W. Trollinger Copy W ' riter R. W. BvRUM Office Assistant F. M. Soling Of[ice Assistant E. C. Burns Office Assistant P. I. 1 1 RRis Office Assistant BUSINESS STAFF E. L. MusTiAN, Associate Business Mgr. E. P. Andrews, Jr., Asst. Business Mgr. Ann Burnside .. .Advertising Eayouts K. W. Winston . . . . ocal Advertising D. I. Spencer Eocal Advertising VV. Z. Penland . . National Advertising C. iM. BonwELL Office Manager P ft f .n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [213] Joseph S. Hancock Editor-in-Chief W. RoBERi Phelps Business Manager As the weekly newspaper published b ' the students of North Carolina State College, the Technician covers news of all campus exents and other local news of interest to the stu dents. On February 1, 1950, the Technician observed the completion of its thirtieth ear of publication. 1 he TecJmician is considered one ol the outstanding college newspapers in this sec tioii ol the LInited States. The cost of this weekly for the student is included in the publication fee which he pays as part of his regular fees. The editor and business manager of the Teclinician are elected bv the student body in a campus wide jicill held dining the spring term. THE 1950 AGROmECK [214] liDl 0 W STAFF II. II. ScilHVl.XK Millhli ing Ed M. I Ialuer Associate hd E. Strickland News Ed |. M. How bus Sports t(( |. Ci. L. Mi ' b . . .Assistant Syorts Ed. R. CuRRAN M. N. Ei) ni)s P. FouGiir M. Gluck S. Gluck |. E. Haywood J. A. i loLLINGER I). M. Lambert J. E. McCoRMICK j. H. McQlunn J. B. Plott E. G. RoBiNsox J. W. Thompson B. E. Throneburc. Not Pictiiifd: R. L. 1 loRN (Of lor lor lor lor BUSINESS STAFF V. Denyes . .Asst. Business Manager L. E. Spry Circuhitio)i Mmuiii er V. K. Atkinson . . Gurley 1 . B. Moore l . H. Shober 11. r. Sparger n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [215] H W. Jack Alston Business Manaoer Ted p. Williamson Editor-in-Chief Workins on the theory that a maaazine could be both Hterary and humorous, the founders of the Wataugan made an effort to estabHsh a publication that would please the students and at the same time meet the standards set bv the Student Board of Pubii cations. 7 he material for this popular maga- zine, published six times a year, is supplied by the student body and includes fictional stories, art, jokes, and poetry. The editor and the business manager of the Wataugan are chosen in the annual campus-wide elections. Candidates for these posts are picked by the Publications Board from the experienced mem- bers of the staff. THE 1950 RGROITIECK [216] u ' 1 ni loiu i SI i I F). . F) Au 111 1 on R. R. 1)1 AIKIUIUN C " . I . C Mil 1)1 i; I. 1 C I I!K n. l. C Hosnv S. (). (.HICK I. . JOSLI ' II I). 1. I WIRFUI I 1. I ' . LoWl NSTKIN F. C). MlXON C. Roberts I). E. Si KICKHOllSHIl A. C. TURNAGE F. Williams . 1). i KN, i () I ' ictun ' i BUSINESS STAFF i F Cochran E. VV. Craig J. R. Davenport A. S. DeBerrv y. O. Doggett W. S. ElIBANKS B. Francis R. V. CiLLON IF F. McKnight ' . M. Miller j. I ' . Rkks J. P. Smvlv y. M. Williams L. I Iarris, i o Piclun. ' iJ n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [217] P Henry Wade DuBose, Jr. Station Maininer Frederick O. Smetana Business Manager WVWP, the Voice of the Wolfpack, hrings programs of special interest to State College students each week-night. This radio station is staffed entirely by students and dur- ing the past year brought many football and basketball games, in addition to various disc jockey presentations, over the airwaves. Within the jxHst few years the radio station has been remodeled extensively, and the co - erage has been increased to a great degree. Many special features are offered by WVWP, including student short stories, facult ' inter ' ievvs, campus news, and evening ilexotional |)rooranis. THE 1950 AGROmECH [218] M P1U)I)LICHC) SIAIl I ' . I). Mil I Hi. Ik. I ' l ' dilnctioii Miiiitiiicr . 1. t 1 KK. Jli. . . C.DODM J. i ' . Hum C E. lNi;tRSULL W. K Mir.MAN I). L. Knuii- I . E. loM. S, I). MOHUAN C. W. Pll I.NAM J. B. Shlf l l. j. SlL ER . 1 I. 1 iik;pen A. |. I ROKLM.AN Not Pictiiifd: C. C. Davids C. R. Davis W. K. I lAiun I. I . Pkkk TECIIXICAI. STAFF E. R. Needham Tecluticiil Mmiiii cr D. C. Groce R. C. Gyles R. K. M. TTHEUS, jli. R. W . Ree» Ci. R. Roe 1 1. T. Sparger, Jr. j. B. S IE WAR! M. G. Thorne 1 1. Weaver nj - ' fj wi a n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [219] 1 EDITORIAL STAFF I I. L. BuMGARNER n. R. Caldwell VV. L. Carpenter J. B. Cash J. Cooper C. B. CuLP L. W. Dameron L. A. DoBsoN j. S. I Iancock j. R. 1 IlNKLE R. F. FIlNSHAW I . I loLLAND R. E. Howell W. C. Mills C. R. Pitts W. C. Rhvne W. R. Shakleford C. C. Shackleton T. J. Sheets C. H. SwANN J. D. Traywick R. K. Turner J. R. Williams S. E. YnuNTS BuRWELL Smith Editor-in-Chief Lawrence A. White Business Manager BUSINESS STAFF B. D. Angell R. p. Karriker The Agriculturist is the official organ of the School of Aoricultuic and the " Ag " Club. It is published six times a ear. This maoazine, by printing articles on soils, livestock, and other items that are in- valuable to agriculturists, promotes closer co-operation between stu- dents, facultv, and alumni. The Agricttltiirist ser ' es as an important mode of publicity both within this state and others. A. E. Bryant L. H. Miller L. W. Cook R. E. Pardue J. A. DiNAN R. H. Scott W. Fitzgerald E. M. Sink L. W. HiNE H. A. Sink Ci. E. Ingram 1. 11. Thompson V. D. WiLLARD EDITORIAL STAFF: Caldwell, Carpenter, Cooper, Culp, Dobson, Han- cock, Hinshaw, Holland, Mills, Shackleton, Traywick, Younts. BUSliNHSS STAFF: Anuell, Bryant. Dameron, Hine, Ingram, Miller, Pardue, Scott, E. M. Sink, H. A. Sink, Thompson. THE 1950 RGROmECK [220] annual publicatii roicstiv For the past eij hteen rears it has been the major outlet for activities of the students in the Forestrv Foundation. The students find this book an attractive reminder of wood times tooether, as it contains )iictures of oraduatiny seniors, camp events, and trips. Man - former students maintain knowledge of the whereabouts of others throuuli tlic brief events section ol tlie book. fl)l lOiUAl, SfAli J. M. llMiKiM A. V. MiiiHns J. Beam AN C. A. DiHviNS M. L. Holmes T. W. I loLMSEN B. (;. KiNc; C;. -.. l AMI! 1. C. Mease |. I 1. PlHI MI ' S I ' . S. RllVNE A. F. RowE N. C. SiiARi ' M. N. SiiAvv J. O. Stokes C. C. W ' li 1 oiii.iir.v BLISINESS STAFF J. C:. Barber J. . Rankin A. C. Barefooi ' C. S. Reis F A. MuLKEY (. 1 1. Wheless © p p p, o EDITORIAL STAFF: Barker, Beaman. BIcvins, Holmes, Holmscn, Kin ;, Lamb, Mease, .Millers, Philips, Rowc, Sharp, Shaw, Stokes, Willoughby. BUSIXESS STAFF; Barber, Bare loot, Rankin, Reis, Wheless. . C. STRTE COLLEGE [221] Warren W. Robertson Business Manager William E. Hollowell Editor-iu-Chief The Southern Engineer, sponsored by the Engineers ' Council, is pubhshed b ' the students of the School of Engineering and ap- jiears six times during the school vear. The magazine has the dual purpose of disseminating information and affording students an opportunity to develop writing techniques. It also helps inform the engineering public of the South of the standards, opportunities, anti progress of the School of Engineering. EDI rORlAL STAFE C. . EeGrand Asshluiii Ediloy O. D. Williams Assistnut hditor C. M. TiiRLiNcrroN Maucii!_iuo Hditor j. P. Lanc;ley i ' ictiirc Hdilar F. I. Ballard Design Consiillaut M. A. Arnoi n, Jr Writer V. D. Davis Writer CJ. E. Freeman Writer W. D. Moore Writer E. R. Wensil, Jr Writer D. R. Young Writer BUSINESS STAFF L. E. loLAN Assistant Business Manager L. A. Corning, III Circulation Manager W. F. Dyer D. C. Linn S. 1 1. Foc:leman C. A. Watson, Jr. W. R. Kimbell J. IIe ' mshaw EDITORIAL STAFF: Arnold, Ballard, i:)avis. Freeman, Lanolcv, LcGrand, Mcjorc, Turlin ;t()n, Wensil, Williams, Youn . BUSINESS STAFF: Cornina, Dyer, Fnolcman, Kimbell, linn, Tolan, Watson. w- (o; _ f m THE 1950 RGROITIECK [222] Jm c e ctuk 3 9 U441t ILLIAM M. BaRNHABDT YLA ' norin-C ie Charles G. Buie Biisiiiess AfaDfloer The Yexulc Foriiiu carries articles of technical interest b ' mem- bers ol the facultw bv men who are actively engaged in the textile industry, and bv the students themselves. Through this means it serves as an important link between the textile industrx ' and the students of the School of Textiles. I his magazine is published quartcrlv and is sent to leading mills throughout the countrw I hrcc members of the faculty are on the Editorial Board, and the recom- mend the ap]iointment of an editor and a business manager each ' ear. 1 1)1 l()l , l SI l 1 W. f . i)AnNES i . k 1 IN I.I). TilNDlfR W. . l Ni(.iir 1 . W . PilUNCl 1 i l. P. Kn, II J. lUlliKF II. 1 . 1 () 1 1 i;ss S. M. C ' Aimi 1-, JH. M. PllDNOS j. . . Daxant C i ACAN j. R. DAVENPOlVr ( . . 1 . S I 1: 1 N 1 n S. (). CiriKK Pi. II. I ll() l, S()N 1. . . W ODD BUSINESS STAFF L. B. Bass J. Cu Marralson Ann Burnside F. W. Jones E. V ' . Campbell j. Lasnick R. E. Delapp, |i!. C R. Nevvsom W. D. Foster W. P. Raifori), Ji B, 1. Ward ADVISORY BOARD Dean i I. E. Campbell Proe. E. B. Crovl-r Prop. W. A. I H() soN, |r. EDITORIAL STAFF: Barnes. Binder. Brm le, Burke, C aublc, Davant, Davenport, Gluck, Katzin, Knioht, Loveless, Pudnos, Ra an, Steiner, I homason, W ' ofxi. BUSINESS STAFF: Bass, Burnside, C:ampbell, Delapp, Foster, Harralson, Jones, Lasniek, Newsom, Raiford, Ward, m n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [223] EDITORIAL Sr FF Ralph H. Jackson, Jr. Gilbert M. Maxwell, 111 James N. Owens, Jr. 1 Iarvey H. Scheviak 1 luGH H. Shephard Van W. Williams, Jr. cMe ( aKc i V-N ' iLLiAM M. Earnhardt Editor-in-Chief Earl T. Dicks, Jr. Business Manager One of the chief sources of information for new and old students aHke is the North Carohna State Colleoe Uaiidhook which is published annually. It also serves as a auide and reterence book lor students and faculty members. The Ihiudhook, loinierK ' linanced by the Y.M.C.A., now receives Barniiardt Dicks FoGHT BUSINESS STAFF Paul R. Foght, Jr. Ci. BoRWELL Smith its supjiort troni the general publication fee. The editor and business manager of this aluable pulv lication are elected in a campus-wide election that is generally held in the fall term. Their offices are located in the Student Office of the " Y. " Jackson Owens Scheviak Shepherd Smith THE 1950 RGROmECh [224] U GRERTER UniVERSITY STUDEHT council E. Preston Andrews, Jr. Vice-C in iiiKiii of the Counci, HoYLR B. Adams Cliciirmiin of the State College Delegation la the two c;irs ol its existence, tlie Student CnLUKil ol the CrCiiter Llni c ' isit ol i oitli Carolina has proxen its woitli and lias heeome estabHshed as a ital Feature of student hfe here at State College, at the Woman ' s College, and at the LIni ersit ' ol North Carolina. I his |iast (all, Acting-President W. I). Carmichael, Con- troller of the Greater Uni ersit ' , said, " This is the greatest thing that has happened to the Llnixersitv since the Con- solidation. " I he Council ' s chiet purpose and objective is to implement at the student le el the spirit ol the Con- solidation Act, thus making the Greater LIni ersit of North Carolina great in actuality as well as in name. Delegation from the Woman ' s College: Sonia Angstad, Salle Chene , Cilenna DeWitt, Jane Edwards, Nancy I lokler, Nell Jones, Lee Mahan, Ellen Metz, Eleanor Rig- ne , Nanc ' Porter, Jeanne league. Delegation from the LIni ' ersit ' of North Carolina: Dan Bell, Jess Dedmond, Patricia Denning, Helen Eppes, Ted Leonard, Al Lowenstein, Stewart McKeel, Bill Mackie, Bruce Sanbdrn, |n!in Santlers, Dortch Warriner. Bass, W. P. Brock, A. C. Dicks, H. T. Furches, S. W. Gluck, S. O. Hancock, J. S. .McCracken, J. G. McQuiNN, J. 11. Musser. C. A. Newton, G. E. Odom, II. S. l m . C. STATE COLLEGE [225] Ross, B. CRmpus GovERnmEni OFFICERS HoYLE B. Adams President Charles A. Musser Vice-President Gilbert E. Newton Secretary Henry S. Odom Treasurer •FACLILTY MEMBERS T. C. Brown R. C. Bullock W. N. Hicks R. L. LovvoRN I 1 i I I HoYLE B. Adams President The Campus Government and Honor System was estab- lished in 1921 for " the purpose of forming a more perfect community of scholars, affording opportunity for training in American citizenship, and securing the blessings of libcrtw learninp, and integrity . . . " for those of the coUeoe communitN ' . This system of government is based on the conception that the problems of self-government on the modern college campus are not problems of student govern- ment alone nor of faculty government, but a concern of e er ' citizen of the college community. Therefore, each student, faculty member, and administration member votes in the election of officers of the Council. The main function of the Campus Go ernmeot i u Tlonor System is to encourage the development of personal honor and integritN ' , scholarly achievement, and a genuine sense of ci ' ie responsibility in every person who matriculates at the North Carolina State College. THE 1950 RGROmECK [226] Hakniiaudi, W ' ilijam i 1. liiiAMAN, John I Iomer lioDWELL, Ci1ARI.es M. lloNI - . C ' llAlU 1 S I 1. Com i John E. Coir. W. A. DiNAN, John Ldwards, Clahuu . I ARTNHOLT, Charles R. I ' URC ' HES, SaMUEI, W., Jr. CiA IORI), RusSELI, M. I Iarralson, John C joNES, Frederick W. King, George I.ambert, David Miller, Robert C. iMiissER, Charles A. McQuiNN, Jack M. Newton, Gilbert E. Odom, Henry S. Perkins, Frank E., Jr. SiKES, Lyndon O. Smith, George B. Traywick, Jack Washburn, James R., Jr. Not Pictured: Godwin, James B. Margetts, Robert C. Wiggins, J. Bradford n C. STRTE COLLEGE [227] EncmEERS ' council OFFICERS Lewis M. Allen President DuARD C. Linn Vice-President David Lane Secretary Robert A. Shaw Treastircr FACULTY ADVISERS J. H. Lampe H. E. Griset i Lewis M. Allen President The Engineers ' Council is composed of elected repre- sentatives of the various engineering societies on the campus. The primary function of this group is to co-ordinate the activities of the engineering societies represented. Each year the Engineers ' Council sponsors the Engineers ' Exposition. It is also responsible for directing the publica- tion of the Southern Engineer. Another outstanding event sponsored by the Council is the knighting of outstanding engineering students into the Order of St. Patrick. The outstanding senior enginecrino student is recognized and given a gift by the Council. Scholarship is encouraged at the Freshman Ic cl b selecting the two outstanding Freshmen from each dcnart- ment as Companions ol St. Patrick. THE 1950 RGROmECK [228] I 1 it fe« P P P liicKKK, Robert 1 1. I!i:hs()n, Geohci; I.. UlUE, COKEII I). linocK, Avery C Collie, John S. Coi i.irn. James C. C ' oWARD, Roderick W. C ' rosby, Roger M. liuHANKS, William S. r.vANs, Nathan L. 1 DWLER, Max J. 1 Iai.l, Edward M. I Iarhinc.ton, Thomas A. I lowELL, Carl J. Kitchens, James M. Lane, David LeGrand, Charles A. Linn, Duard C. LoviNCTON, Paul L. Moore, Clyde W. MuNN, William L McAnulty, Joseph R. McDade, Larry B. McKnight, Harold F. McManaway, George W. Palmgren, Edward I). Pearce, Philip I). Resor, James L. l iCKS, James P. Robinson, Clyde H. Roe, George R. Sasnett, Russell L Seibel, HeriMan a. Shaw, Robert A. Thayer, Cleveland 11. Thigpen, Alton H. Troutman, Robert J. Whicker, Lester F. Williamson. Harold B. Not Pictured Barnhardt, William (;. 1. C. STRTE COLLEGE iriTERDORmiTORY council OFFICERS 1 1. Alex Vann President Eugene L. Jeffords Vice-Presideiil Reuben Miller Secretary Donald C. Anderson Treas7irer Don a. Biggerstaff Executive Secretary Samuel W. Furches, Jr Assistant Execiitive Secretary H. Alex Vann President The Inteidormitory Council is composed of the President and Vice-President of each dormitory club on the campus. The purpose of the Council is to promote a co-operative and progressive attitude in the minds of the students, to consider and work for the benefit of the dormitor ' occupant, and to better his life socially, physically, and moralh ' . During the first year of operation the Council and dormi- tory clubs have done much to better our school spirit, our intramural program, and to give the students in the dormi tories a schedule of social activities never known before on this campus. The future success of this organization depends primarily upon the continued work and co-opera- tion of all the students in the dormitories. T ' r THE 1950 AGROmECK [230] Anderson, Donald C. BiGGERSTAFF, DoN . Brown, Bobby B. Cone, Ciiari rs I ' . Dalrymple, William C. IJarden, Bruce V. DiLLARD, John W. Hlibanks, W. Scott, Jr. FiiRCHES, Samuel W., Jr. Gibson, Charles B. CiRiFFiN, William V. I 1am, Dwight J. Jeffords, Eugene L. Lane, David Macon, Thomas G. Miller, Reuben Moore, A. Wallace Sink, Early M. Watts, Douglas T. n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [231] Y. m. C. R. UPPERCLASSMAN OFFICERS Earl T. Dicks, Jr Prcsidcnl Charles R. Pugh Vice-President 1 kiCH H. Shepherd Secrelary Samuel W. Furches, Jr Treasurer FRESHMAN OFFICERS Joseph L. Bray Presideiil William M. Williams Vice-Presidenl Charles E. Sprain Secretary John E. Shufqrd, Jr Treasitrer STAFF Edward S. King General Secretary N. B. Watts Associate Secretary Edwin W. Rogers Assistant Secretary Mrs. L. W. Bishop Office Secretary Mrs. J. P. Gantt Assistant Office Secretary f Earl T. Dicks, Jr. President Whatever else the Y.M.C.A. may he caliL-d upmi to do, it still maintains as its central ohjective the inlluencinu o! students to lead a lite of high principles and ot service hased on the teachings of Christianity. Such a task is not easy nor can it be done on a mass production scale. However, those who take part in " Y " activities and earnestly try to promote its program, and those whose lives become motivated by the idea of Christian service rather than personal gain will hnd that the enrichment which cames to them will be one ut the most valuable rewards of their college career. Secondary to this prime objective are tlie manv service features provided by the " Y. " A great need has unfailingly been met by providing meeting places, telephone and directory service, informa- tion and telegraph facilities, and reading and lounge rooms. With a Student Union soon to be built, the Y.M.C.A. looks forward to a time when more effort can be devoted to training Christian leaders, and yet a time which will see the organization as always ready and willing to serve. WEST CAMPUS BRANCH CABINET Silting, left to right: Mrs. G. Quinn, Mrs. W. Chuber, Mrs. A. Jones, Treasurer; Mrs. L. D. Dunn, Mrs. J. L. Turner, Mrs. R. W. Osbeck, Mrs. J. C. Wesh, Mrs. H. J. Roger. Standing, left to right: Mr. S. W. Inman, Mr. J. W. West- brook, Custodian; Mrs. L. L. Presnell, Vice-President; Mrs. F. Willey, Mr. E. S. King, General Secretary; Mr. L. F. Dunn, Pres ident; Mrs. J. G. Bane, Mrs. J. V ' . U ' estbrook, Custodian; Mr. W. H. Brooks, Mr. W. E. Riggs, Secretary. THE 1950 RGROmECK [232] Y.m.C.R. CflBinET Anderson, Donald C. AnCELL, BlIRWElJ I). BAKNIlARUr, VVlLLlA-M M C ' liLP, Charles B. Fulton, John W. FiiRCHEs, Samuel V. I luDGiNs, Horace C. I liir.HEs, Samuel M. Newton, Gilbert I " .. 1- ' uc;h. C ' harles R. Shepherd, Harold H. Shohse, Russeil M. Umberger, John C. ScHEviAK, Harvey 1 1. PHI ETR SIGmR OFFICERS Jack E. iMcCormick President Joseph M. Weaver Vice-President C. R. Farinholt Secretary W. B. Allen Treasurer Jack E. McCormick President Phi Eta Sioma, National Freshman Honorary Frater- nity, requires that a Freshman achieve an average of half " A " and half " B " grades during his Freshman year to be eligible for membership. Membership in the or- ganization is the highest honor for scholarship that a Freshman can attain. Members: W . B. Allen, J. B, Baker, F. S. Bergman, C. T. Braclshaw, J. L. Colley, W. O. Crabtree, ]. D. Crook, W. O. Dogoctt, F. D. Everhart. C. R. Farinholt. H. C. Farnsworth, J. A. Foss, S. P. Gav, Jr.. ]. N. Heim, M. W. Hewitt, D. E. Hostetler, C. E. Insersoll, R. Daufman, D. .M. Lambert, iM. E. Lattimore, R. E. iMcCoUum, J. E. McCormick, P. O. Mi.xon, W, G. Palmer. J. D. Parker. J. A. Poteat. i l. Pudnos. H. G. Smith, G. E. Spain, F. M. Taylor, J. W. Thompson, F. H. VanLandingham, A. W. Vernon, J. D. Walker, L. D. Walker, R. O. Wil- liams, W. M. York. THE 1950 RGROmECh [234] PHI KRPPfl PH OFFICERS I)k. |. M. INkkii!, Ill I ' rcshlcit C ' liAHLhs M. Rice Vice I ' lcsidfiii Piu)i . I . Cook SccrclLir] I ' ltoi . . C. II l s IrctisHrer 13n. H. C . Blii 1-1)c;k jaiiDUil i .u rc%]Hiiu{eiil At LILIY MEMBERS C. M. AsiiILL, 111. D. B. Anderson F. S. Barkalow, Jr. C. H. BOSTIAN C. R. Bramer C. G. Brennecke B. F. Brown E. J. Brown 1 . T. Brown A. Ct. Bollard R. C. Bullock M. E. Campbell J. I). Clark M. II. Clayton j. M. Clarkson E. L. Cloyd W. E. Colwell F. . Cook G. M. Cox N. W. Conner R. C. Davis R. S. Dearstvne H. A. Fisher A. M. Fountain H. R. Garris G. A. Gullette J. W. I Iarrelson A. C. Hayes W. N. 1 hcKS J. S. FklNTER F. H. Jeter J. W. Kelly W. W. Kriecel S. G. Lehman P. E. Lewis R. L. LovvoRN F. W. McLaughlin L. C. Maddry R. F. Marshall Z. P. Metcalf D. J. MOFEIE I . B. Mitchell P. E. Moose G. K. Middleton C. G. MuMFORD Thomas Nelson W. L. Nelson F. A. Nylund J. M. Parker, 111 I I. B. Pressly T. L. Quay VV. A. Reid W. M. Roberts G. 1 1. Satterfield I I. T. SCOFIELD L. W. Seegers W. E. Shinn C. B. Shlilenberc;er L. V. Shunk G. K. Sloc.um J. L. Stuckey f. G. Sutherland E. M. Schoenborn M. F. Ihompson B. VV. Wells L. F. Williams N. W. Williams E. W. Winkler L. L. Vaughan W. G. VanNote SIIIDENF MEMBERS n (.. E. Abell . D. Adams W. R. Alley, Jr. J. L. Apple Robert Aycock Von Autry J. M. Bales J. C. Barber L. E. Baucom R. F. Bean G. L. Berson S. G. BoYCE I). M. Gates C. C. Cockerham B. L. Coleman 1 1. A. Corriher, Jr. 1 1. L. Cox I . S. CnlTCHFR 1 1. C. Dellinger |. F. Dermid W. E. Edens A. J. Edler, 1r. A. F. Fan C. P. Fisher 1 1. W. Garren B. E. Gay |. M. Griffith P . L. Hedgepeth S. P. IIersh E. C. HOLLEMAN T. W. FIORNER C. Q. HuFFSTETLER, W. H. Johnson C. R. Keller W. G. Kelley VV. T. Ken YON D. E. King iXoRMAN KoROSTOFF C. B. McCants C. D. McDuFFlE W. D. McManus R. M McGehee J. G. Middleton J. S. Moore P. S. Moore, Jr. D. E. Moreland R. A. Morrow G. P. Moser Ralph Murray W. H. Newton E. G. Oakley Fred Pearce [r. R. M. Par ker O. T. Paul 1 1. R. Powers, Jr. E. C. Price D. W. Rahmes C. S. Ramsey, Jr. ArtRON Ray J. A. Reece C. M. Rice S. N. Richardson Bruno Santorum C. R. Scruggs Jules Silverstein B. F. Smith C. G. Smith Harry Smith Walton Smith R. F. Stoops J. D. Styers, Jr. D. M. Tally, Jr. L. B. Temkin J. . Thigpen W. G. Tussey B. G. Vernon S. A. Weissman G. L. White W. L. Whitseit R. T. Willard f. C. Williams, Jr. |. M. Yorke, |r. C. STRTE COLLEGE PI TRU sicmR OFFICERS William C. Proctor, Jr President Jack A. Smetana Vice-President Charles M. Mitchell Recording Secretary Frank H. Cooper Corresponding Secretary Dan F. McCulloch Treasurer Fred O. Smetana Historian Prof. J. S. Doolittle Faculty Adviser William C. Proctor, Ir. President The aim ot Pi Tiiu Sit ma, National Monorarv Me- chanical Enoineering Fiaternitv, is to foster the highest ideals of the profession and to stimulate interest in de- partmental activities. Each vear a Mark ' s Handbook is gi ' en to the sophomore in Mechanical Engineering with the highest scholastic a erape. Fiiculty: J. Bourne, H. B. Briggs, T. C. Brown, N. V ' . Conner, n. Hanse, K. P. Hanson, Cul. J. W. Harrelson, E. G. Hoefer, R. Kirk, T. B. Ledbetter, R, B. Rice, F. S. Roop, W. E. Selkinohaus. F. B. Wheeler, ]. K. Whittield, I. S. Doolittle. m I (,(EI (land Elec coac I Members: G. C. Almond, O. G. Barnes, W. P. Bass, H. D, Black, E. C. Burns, B. iM. Cahill, Jr , B. H. Cathey, F. H. Cooper, C. G. Deese, T. J. Draper, W. S. Eubanks, Jr., B. T. Fitchctt, Jr., L. iM. Harton, A. G. Johnson, Jr., J. W. Joseph, Jr., K. E. Kehr, R. M. Kiser, H. P. Livingston, P. R. Matthews, J. G. McCracken. D. F. ' iMcCulloch J. C. McConnell, J. T. Meador, C. M. Mitchell, V. R. Muse, L. E. Poteat, W. C. Proctor, H. E. Seibel, F. O. Smetana, J. A. Smetana, T. T. Thorne, T. R. Tillett, D. K. Tillsun, R. G. U ' allenhorst, L. E. W ' estmoreland, L. F. Whicker, R. G. V ' illiams. THE 1950 RGROmECK [236] ETfl KRPPfl nU Ol 1 ICLHS luissi I I M. Sasni I 1 1 ' rcsidciil Isaac- 1 . C ' omu i i " icc President James L. DitiiL I ccording Sccrctarx Wii-i.iAM C. Bullock Corresfonding Secretary W ' lLLARD 1 1. Kennedy Bridge Correspondeiil IJonHiTT V. CoRRELL Treasurer Dr. X ' inoR S. Carscin FacuUy i i ' istY Russell M. Sasnett President Lui K.,ii)| i . u is .111 LIcLtrical Hiii;iiicoiin iiri;aniz;i- tion that encourages outstanding achievement in the field of Electrical Engineering through its recognition oF out standing students. Scholarsliip. leadership, abilitv, and intcgritx ' of character arc requirements for membership. Eta Kappa u has undertaken man projects for campus impro cmcnt. I he organization also assists students in Electrical Engineering bv furnishing a study room and coaching classes. . I Baker, L. T. DiEHL, J. L. Keever, J. M. Ballard. T. V. EvA.Ns, N. L. Ki N.Ntin. A ' . H. Bass, J. O. Buwlrs, B. K. Caines, R. E. Hollowell, W. E. Lane. L. J. .Merritt, R. E. .McGehee, JVot Pictured GOETZE, A. J. Bun.otK. W. C-. Hook, H. O. R. M. Parker. R. CORBELL. I. T. Hunter, J. R. Smith, J. correel, b. ' . Jones, C. M. ' lLLIAMS, E. T. n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [237] THETR TRU OFFICERS T. Z. Osborne Regenl W. W. Bowers, III ' ice-Res,eut R. M. Sasnett Scrihc H. C. Rhudy Treasurer R. M. Parker Marshal E. D. Palmgren hiner Guard G. H. Andrews Outer Guard T. C. Brown Adviser FACULTY MEMBERS W. F. Babcock T. C. Brown F. W. Lancaster T. Z. Osborne Regent Theta I;iu is a piDfessional cn ineeri fratcriiitv ol college students. Members arc chosen for their character, integrity, leadership, and scholarship. I he purpose Theta Tau is to develop and maintain a high standard of professional interest among its members, and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship. iir f roll: Andre s, .Mien, Barnes, Bowers, Brock. C ato. Chnk. Uillender. Ilollowcll. Jolmson. Second roll ' ; Linn, Lonn, Lovinoton, McDadc, McKnioht, Minis, Moore, C. ' .. Moore, W. H., Palniijren. Parker. Third row. Poteat, Robertson, Rhudy, Sasnett, Seibel, Stidham, Tlioinpson, Turner, Westmoreland. Not pictured: Chadwick, Lampe, McCracken, McKeel, Perkins, Robertson, Smith, Williamson. THE 1950 RGROmECK [238] flmERICfln SOCIETY OF mECHRniCflL EHGinEERS riu ' stiiilcnt Iii.ukIi oI a. S.M.I ' , olli ' is stuck ' ius in Mcclianicil Engineering .m iip|iortiinit hi tlc elo|i Imcssc in IcKleisliip, ad- ministration, and public speaking. A.S.M.H. brings many interesting speakers to the campus to stimulate professional interest among its members. Its programs include inspection trips, social outings, joint meetings with neighboring colleges, sponsoring speakers of national | " rominencc. anil local competition (or |iri es. Herman Eugene Seibel Presideul Members: J. W. Aderiioldt. G. C. Almond. J. J. Andrews, T. K. Atkinsim, O. G. Barnes, Jr., W. L. Barnes. Jr., J. C. Barr, VV. P. Bass, R. A. Berryhill, L. R. Bnggs, B. C. Bowen, J. S. Bimnian. V ' . H. Brooks, W. S. Bull, Jr., E. C. Burns, W. M. Clark, F. H. Cooper, F. J. Clendening, Jr., E. A. Carter, C. G. Deesc, H. F. Deese, L. C. Di.xon, R. H. Eason, C. E. Edwards, L. L. Edwards. W. B. Edwards, W. S. Eubanks, Jr., B. T. Evans, G. W. Fields, M. J. Fowler, G. W. Francis, R. H. Francis, L. W. Fritts, W. V. Furr, W. L. Glasgow, P. F. Goodwin, J. T. Gurganious. T. A. Harrington, Jr., E. M. Hutchins, S. W. Inman, Jr., T. A. Jackson, J. B. Jasmin. G. R. Jobc, A. S. Johnson, Jr., A. E. Johnson, A. G. Johnson, Jr., D. R. Johnson, J. A. Jones, J. W. Joseph, Jr., K. E. Kehr, F. C. Kluge, D. Lane, B. M. Larrabee, Jr., F. T. Lathers, R. A. Lentz. G. E. Leonard, W. L. Lewis, A. B. Liverman. Jr.. J. M. Lorick, P. L. Lovington, G. D. Mann, W. H. iMashburn, P. R. Matthews, J. C. McConnell, D. F. McCulloch, C. C. Mc- Kaughan. H. F. McKnight, J. T. Meador, J. R. Michael, R. M, Michael, J. F. Mills. C. iM. Mitchell, Jr., W. M. Munn, R, F. Phelps, Jr., L. E. Poteat, J. M. Price, W. C. Proctor, Jr., H. C. Quay. Jr., J. P. Ricks, Jr., L. C. Robertson. Jr.. S. Ruben, H. E. Seibel, J. R. Sexton, VV. H. Shinn, J. G. Siier, J. L. Sit or, H. L. Skeen, J. A. Smetana, H. B. Stokes, Jr., E. A. Stroupe, Jr.. D. S. Swavngin, J. M. Taylor. S. W. Thomason, T. T. Thorne, 1). K. Tillson. L. E. Tolan. J. R. Turner. R. M. Turner, E. P. VanSickler. W. E. ' addell. L. A. Wall. L. H. Waller, C. A. Watson, Jr., C. A. Wells, L. R. Wensil, Jr., J. W. Wesbrook. J. W. White, R, S. White, R. P, Willard, R. C. Williams, W. F. Wilson. A. K. Zimmerman. ILLI. .M S. EUB.ANKS icc-Presideut Tuck K. Atkinson Corresponding Secretary LiKi. N W . Fritts Ptecording Secretary Julius G. Siler Treasurer n C. STATE COLLEGE [239] RmERICfln SOCIETY OF CIVIL EnCinEERS Ol-FICERS L. B. McDade President J. S. Collie Vice-President L. S. Thompson Secretary W. 1 1. Moore Treasurer L. B. iMcDadh President I lie object of this societ ' is to aftord an oppdi umit for closer acquaintance among the students in Civil Engineering at N. C. State College, to increase interest in engineering, to foster a true professional knowledge and spirit among students, and to co-operate with the professional and academic Civil Engineering World. Meetings are held once a month and include addresses h professional engineers, films on engineering projects and construction, student papers presented before the chapter, social affairs, and business meetings. The chap- ter publishes its own monthly paper. On The Level. I THE 1950 RGROmECK [240] I i RmERICRD inSTITUTE OF CHEfTIICRL EHGinEERS OFFICERS Robert 1 1. Becker President James N. Owens, |r Viee-Presidcut I . Reii) Clark Secretary R. Steven Thomas, |r Treasurer Richard Custaeson Pid licity Dr. F. p. Pike Couinelor Robert II. Hlckhr President I he purpose of the student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers is to promote the ideals o( the chemical enoineerino profession, to maintain hi h scholastic standinos amono its members, to promote student-facultv relationships, and to aid in the adxance- ment ol the enoineerino school as a whole. Each vear, American Institute of Ciiemical Engineers brings out standing speakers of the profession to its bi monthly meetings and sends delegates to the reoional con entions. in. C. STATE COLLEGE [241] inSTITUTE OF REROnflUTICRL SCIEnCES OFFICERS L. F. Whicker Chairman F. O. Smetana Vice-Chamuaii E. J. Lanious, Jr Secretary W. I. Oehman Treasurer L. F. Whicker Chnirmnn Kccpino Libreast oF current trends in a ' iation is the |irime ()bjecti e of the North CaroHna State College branch of the Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. Bi- monthly meetings are held throughout the vear to dis- seminate information of interest and to promote fellow- ship among its members. piole lit aclii :iet inuil 1 htictitty Members: Pri)fessor Mischel, Professor R. W. Truitt. Members: O. G. Barnes, Jr., S. Belk, P. G. Bolich, J. S. Bowman, C. R. Brackett, D. P. Brake, W. E. Broach, H. V. Brown, W. C. Copeland, Jr., R. K. Corbett, C. C. Corrcll, Jr., E. Craio, A. A. Crews, G. A. Davis, J. B. Dreher, R. R. Eudailv. R. Folb J. A. Hollinocr, W. B. Harris, D. T. lulian, H. N. Kelley, R. B. Kember, J. W. Kiker, R. M. Kiser, Jr., E. J. Lanious, |r., W. H. Lee, Jr., P. L. Lovington, R. F. Machev, ]■ G. McCracken, J. E. McCormick, ]. A. Manaum, P. R. Matthews, C. M. Mi ' tchctt, Jr., W. L Oehman, W. C. Parks, S. E. Phelps, Jr., B. E. Richardson, ). A. Shupiny, F. (). Smetana, FL G. Smith, F. H. Stokes, A. R. Vick, L. F. Whicker. THE 1950 RGROmECH [242] f flmERICRD inSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL EnCinEERS OIlICliRS I • ' - 1 ' ai .M(-m N Cluihvuni .1- L. IJiEiiL Vice-chairman R. M. Sasnett Secretary E. T. Williams Treasurer V. D. Stevenson, Jr Adviser L. n. P i m(;iii;n Cliiiinihin I Ik- prim.)r iLiiiclidii (il tlic stiKlent hr.uuli ul the American Institute of Electrical Engineers is to |immote profession;! I interest in this field and to de elop latent ahilities of its members. Aetixities of the oroanization include numerous inspection trips, regional and national meetings with the leading electrical engineers in the countrx, and local meetings at which technical papers are read and discussed. Each vear prizes are awarded to students writing outstanding technical papers. ,-V tuin. C. STRTE COLLEGE [243] LD 1? ' « c - TRU Larry B. McDade Herman E. Seibel . . Cleveland II. 1 haver An engineering societ ' Beta Pi elects into its rank Presidevt ' ice-President Record iiiii Secretary BoBBiTT V. Correll •• ■■■ yjKkCorrespoiidiiig Secretary Prof. F. S. R(X)p . . . . i. .M. AW Treasurer at jNortn .;)roliu3 Scale College in 1925, Tan .eacnt tar those student engineers who ha ' c distinguished themselves scholasticallv. I iile bthularship ib the piimc iec|uisite for admission, true integrity is considered " sine t|iia non ' lor membership. Membership in Tau Beta Pi is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a student engineer. C. F. Campen B. T, FiTCHETT G. E. Hook GRADUATE S H. O. Hoc: rui H. J. Lewis A. E. LiTciER F. I. 1VERS JT MEMBERS R. E. Overinc J. I. Thigpen R. L. Young ]. P. Alexander L. T. Baker O. G. Barnes J. O. Bass W. P. Bass M. R. Beard R. H. Becker G. L. Berson A. C. Brock W. C. Bullock E. C. Burns S. L. Calhoun J, S. Collie F. H. Cooper B. V. Correll M. R. Damron, Jr. C. G. Deese J. L. DiEHL J. W. Dillard R. D. Dillender, Jr. T. J. Draper N. L. Evans, Jr. R. F. Filer STUDENT MEMBERS R. E. Fuller R. E. Gaines J. H, Giles E. M. Hall P. M. Hall J. M. Harrell L. M. Harton D. S. Hepler W. E. Hollowell, Jr. C. J. Howell, Jr. J. R. Hunter J. M. Keever R. M. Kiser J. M. Kitchens j. R. LoNc; j. R. McAnultv J. C. McCoNNELL D. F. McCuLLOCH L. B. McDade P. R. Matthews W. G. Merritt P. D. Miller V. G. MiMs, Jr. C. M. Mitchell J. L. Mobley T. Z. Osborne E. D. Palmgren R. M. Parker J. M. Potter, Jr. W. C. Proctor, |r. G. W. Rhyne 1 1. E. Richardson R. M. Sasnett H. E. Seibel R. A. Shaw J. Smith, Jr. J. M. Stephens C. H. Thayer T. R. Tillett J. W. Vick L. V. Wade J. E. Walls L. E. Westmoreland L. F. Whicker E. T. Williams, Jr. R. Ct. Williams THE 1950 RGROITIECK KflPPfl PHI KRPPR OFFICERS Jfsse p. Morc; an, ju Presideiil RiissEL M. Cayi.ord Vice-President I.AWiu Nci; R. Fl.i.FR Sccn ' tary W ' ariun L. C ' ari iiR Irciisun ' r Dr. C. Ci. MiiMi-ORi) I ticidiy Spoinnr Jesse P. Morcan, Jh. President Kcippa Phi K.ippa cndcaxors to promote the cause of education b encouragino men of sound moral character and recognized abilitv to engage in the stud ' of its prin- ciples and problems. It is for the furtherance of the abo e purpose that the fraternit - emphasizes among its mem- bers social intercourse, scholarly attainments, and pro- fessional ideals. .■ UST1-N, 11. L. iJl(.(.LHSTAI r, U. . . C ARTIER. VV. L. Eller, L. R. (;ayi.ord, R. ,M. Herring, M. J. Hunt. G. D. Ladd, B. M. LiNTHICUM, A. S Little, S. J. O ' Neal, G. Sledge, G. VV. Sutton. R. J. Thrower, R. G. Turner, R. B. Senior members not pictured: B. L. Brown, O. W. Jackson, E. V. McBride, J. R. Rabon, B. L. Turner. fCl|n. C. STATE COLLEGE [245] inSTITUTE OF RRDIO EHGinEERS OFFICERS R. W. Coward Chainuaii I. T. CoRBELL Vice ' Chainuau A. T. Brown Secretary R. H. Best Treasurer N. L. Evans Eiiojueers Coune ' il Representative C. S. Alexander Alternate G. B. Hoadlev Af riser R. W. Coward Chairman The student branch of the Institute of Radio Engineers aims to promote fellowship among students interested in communications. Several interesting speakers from the radio industrv have been brought to the campus b ' the organi- zation. Several social meetings are also held during the year to aid the members in becoming better acquainted. Memhers: C. S. Alexander, T. K. Appleberry, T. V. Ballard, M. R. Beard, F. S. Bergman, R. H. Best, L. W. Bissette, A. T. Brown, I. T. Corbell, D. B. Correll, R. W. Coward, H. C. Caddock, G. W. Drew, E. T. Ennelte, N. L. Evans, H. S. Goldbero, E. C. Grant, D. C. Groce, R, J. Hamrick, E. L. Hartgrove, J. M. Hatcher, . G. Heacox, D. S. Hepler, E. E. Howard, C. E. Ingersoll, C. N. Isen- hour, A. W. Jenkins, C. S. Jennings, F. W. Jones, R. E. Jones, W. B. Jones, H. Keniston, H. l l. Masters, H. R. iMcCray, J. H. McLain, W. D. McMurray, C. B. Mullis, E. Parrish, W. E. Patterson, E. L. Price, R. W. Reed, C. H. Saunders, J. C. Simp- son, J. W. Siphers, J. Smith, R. L. Smith, J. W. Stanton. H. E. Stepp, J. B. Stewart, P. R. Thomas, M. A. Todd, R. S. Tuttle, J. W. Twyford, F. H. VanLandingham, A. W. Vernon, E. J. Wagner, R. S. Ward, V. N. Ward, D. S. Woodruff. THE 1950 RGROmECH [246] I UUARD C. LlNN President RmERICRn CERRiniC SOCIETY OFFICERS DuARD C. Linn President Piiii.li D. Peauce Vice-President James 1 . Noe Secretary QiiENTEN L. CiRiFFiN I ' reiisurer I he student brancli ol the Vmericaii Ceiiimic Society is dedicated to the jimmotion of technical and proiessional development in the field of ceramics. The oroanization places emphasis on scholarship, character, and professional development. Outstandino speakers in the field of ceramics are invited to speak at the monthly meetings and mo ies are shown to acquaint members with various branches of the industry. lin. C. STRTE COLLEGE I [247] KERRmOS OFFICERS Gordon E. Howell Pn ' shh-nl Richard 1). Dillendhr, Jr ' icc I ' n ' sidciii RoBERI E. BOVC E St ' Cri ' tiliy l ic:iiARD Ci. Eavvreniie lit ' tisun ' r l)OBR L. Iovner leidhl Gordon E. Howeli, Preside 11 1 Founded in 1902 at Ohio State LIni ersit , Keranios has the distinction of beino the oldest iirofessional engi- neering fraternity in the world. Membership is offered only to those students in the Department of Ceramics of Ceramic Engineering who ha c a good scholarship record, integrity of character, and leadership qualities. Honor students are presented with ke s in recognition of their achievements. Facultv Mewhers: W. C. Bell, W. W. Kricgcl, C. V. Rue, J. L. Stuekey, E. M. Tuttle, M. A. luitle, C:. W. Wesdake, W. C. Wilson, Jr. BoYcE, R. E. Giles, J. H.. Jk. Lawrence, R. C. Powers, B. K. DiLLENDER, R. D.. Jl{. joyner, b. l. Peters, F. 1. QuiNN, N. F., Jr. Nnl yUlnreJ: M, M. Cldllins, W. C:. HjcUer, A. E. Lucicr, J. C:. W ' ckh. H THE 1950 RGROmECK [248] V Society For Rdvancement of nrianagement oi 1 Ki:i s C ' ll-VliLANI) II. lllVMIi l ' lC hlcUl r»()i!i HI L. iiwii II ' icc Pn-sidciil C ' liAiiLiK D. C ' uiu.iN Sccn ' tury C ' liAHLEs A. Lh(iRani) Ticiisiirer Vnoy-. D. IZ. 1 Iendhrson lacultr Adi ' hcr C ' LEVtLAND H. TnAVtB President 1 iif Sociclx liii Atl aiiccmcnl ol Al.iiiaucmcnt is bolli an li in()iai and professional societx ' . Membership is open lo students registered in Industrial Enoineerino or Textile iManagement. I he Societv is the recoanized national pro- fessional organization of manaoement in industrx ' , com- merce, government, and education. The aim of the organi- zation is to propagate the benefits of scientific management through aid to executix es on all phases ol management ]in)b lems through the application ol engineering methods. Members: J. Abdallah, J. P. Alexander, E. P. Andrews, l . L. Armfield, C. H. Bailey, J. M. Barksdale, R . E. Baxter. C. M. Bod- well. R. L. Bowlby, A. C. Brock, L. A. Cornino, J. B. Coward, R. Y. Crews, C. D. Cudin. R. E. Dobbins, B. V. Darden, H. C. Davis, R. E. DeLapp, J. W. Dillard, H. W. DuBose, W. F. Dyer, J. K. Fitzgerald, S. H. Fooleman, S. O. Cluck, R. iM. Henkle, R. A. Hill, W. H. Hoffman, R. T. Johnson, B. C. Kuller, C. A. LeCrand. R. M. McAlister, H. H. Moore, K. C. Moore, R. B. Murray, W. E. Parker, W. Z. Penland, C. C. Pritchard, J. T. Ray, R. B. Richard- son, E. J. Simpson, R. W. Smith. S. F. Stidham, C. H. Thayer, A. Thigpen, W. F. Thompson, J. L. Turner, R. B. Vernon, H. C. Warren. O. C. Watson. t1l n. C. STATE COLLEGE [249] SOCIETY OF inOUSTRIRL EnCinEERS OFFICERS Robert J. Troutman President Alton H. Thigpen ' ice-President JOHN W. DiLLARD Secretary Sloc ' iim 1 . Fooi.EiMAN Treasurer Robert J. Troutman President The Society of Industrial Engineers was organized on the State College campus in January, 1947. Through frequent meetings it proposes to link together the pri ate and aca- demic lives of the students and faculty. Meetings are held every two weeks and interesting speakers associated with closely allied fields are invited to speak. One of the main projects of the organization has been to organize the society on a national basis by inviting other schools teaching indus- trial engineering to participate. Faculty Mewben: C. D. Bliss. C. D. Hart. Members: E. P. Andrews, Jr., J. P. Alexander, G. R. Applegate, C. H. Bailey, C. M. Bodvvell, A. C. Brock, G. Burgess, R. Collins, W. A. Combs, L. A. Corning, J. R. Coward, H. C. Davis, B. V. Darde n, J. F. Dawson, J. W. Dillard, R. E. Dobbins, H. W. Du- Bose, S. H. Fogleman, R. B. Greene, L. C. Harrington, R. A. Hill. W. H. Hoffman, W. P. Home, J. E. Kelly, B. C. Kuller, C. Le- Grand, A. W. Lobdell, U. B. Lougee, C. E. Mangum, R. M. McAllister, W. D. Moore, J. T. Lowrimore, E. D. Miller, K. C. Moore, C. R. Morris, R. B. Murray, J. W. Noah, H. S. Odom, W. E. Parker, B. Payne, W. Z. Penland, H. B. Pittman, J. M. Potter, J. T. Ray, R. B. Richardson, S. F. Stidham, J. A. Spencer, T. S. Sprinkle, J. L. Smith, R. W. Smith, C. H. Thayer, A. H. Thigpen, W. F. Thompson, R. J. Troutman, D. T. ' atts, D. R. Young, D. N. Zauber. I M THE 1950 RGROmECH [250] I American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers on IC LRS JiiMiis |. DRE vs Prcsidoit JosHi ' ii W . ' estbr(K)K X ' icc-PiL ' s ' nk ' iii Ezra A. SiuourK Secretary Willi i I , CiLAsc ow Treasurer 1)1 1 I II. Caiiiev Reporter C . A. McKeeman Tuculty Adviser The student liranch of tlie Ameiic;in Society oF Ileatino and N ' entilatina Enoineeis was chartered on the State Col- lege campus on Mav 7, 1948. Since that time the organiza- tion has been stri ina to promote an interest in students of this phase of engineering among the practicing engineers, architects, and manufacturers in this field. Faculty Members: T. C. Brown. R. B. Rice, L. L. Vauohn. Junius J. Andrews President Mewhers: G. C. Almc.nd, J. J. Andrews, J. V. Andrews, G. C. Ashley. T. K. Atkinson. VV. E, Barnes, W. P. Bass, R. R. Black- burn, B. C. Bowen. B. H. Cathey, F. H. Cooper, T . L. Disher, L. C. Dixon, T. J. Draper. J. G. Dudley, J. P. Edinondson, B. T. Evans, L. W. Fritts, W. L. Glasgow, A. M. Gould, L. F. Hall, T. A. Harrington, G. W. Hewitt; W. McG. Kirkman. L. B. Lewis, A. B. Liverman, H. F. McKnight, S. Narvey, R. W. Osbeck, W. P. Posey, J. G. Siler, D. J. Smathers. J. B. Soesbee, E. A. Stroupe, T. R. Tillett, L. H. Waller. L. R. Wensil. J. W. Westbrook, L. E. M ' estmoreland. n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [251] Rmerican Institute of ITIining and nrietallurgical Engineers OFFICERS Clyde 1 1. Robinson Pre idcnl MircHELL B. CoRRiiiEH. Jn Vice-Preside II ! Walter C Wells Secretary Frank L. Dillard Treasurer Iames L. Resor Eeporte CxYDE H. Robinson President A professional society, membership in the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers is open to all students enrolled in Geological Engineering. MonthK meetings held during the school year are planned to include programs that will aid the student in his study of geology. Movies on geolog ' and allied fields and several field trips are included that ser e to correlate theorv and practice. l-actilty Meiid?ers: G. E. McKinlc , E. L. Miller, Dr. |. M. Parker, W. G. Steel, Dr. ]. L. Stuckev. J. L. Alexandeh [ ' . A. Haguk I II I iiiiiiBiwr a T. Alexander B. R. HosKiNS R. K. RuBuiNs C. II. C ' ARHOW W . C ' . Coi.l ,M. li. C ORRIHER F. L. DlLLARD R. S. Houston H. E. Llovu L. W. Paschal D. K. Ratts V. L. Russell W. C. Wells L. E. Williams C . J. CUNIGAN J. L. Resou THE 1950 RGROmECh [252] GRmmR sicmfl epsilod oi 1 K I r,s 1 AMI S 1 I ORES ( inniil . MchciiiisI 1 iioM AS W. Si i- ' i-, [n. Hccattlcy 1 1 uu 1 . SiKXJS v ' tsov jdllX S. NoELL 1 )u. W ' li LIS Alton Reid Seroemit-at-Arnts Afh ' hpr James Flores Grand Alclietiiisl Gamma Sigma Epsilon is a national honorary fra- tcrnitv, the purpose of which is to unite those men oF high scholastic standing in chemistr . I he goal of the organization is " to hring into closer relation the facts of science with the truth of God through the Field ol ehemistrv. " J. K. ] 1 1 J. M. Davis C T. Foster. Ju. II. R. IRILAM) E. G. SeaM W R. S. Thomas, Jn. II. lil M01.K . I). UVMS C. J. Mow tLL, Jr. 1 . D. Mil II R. Jr. O. M. Smil-oRD J. C tiMIILRGER W . II. K.iM). In, K. P. I-.( O.NOMOir J. L. lliiNTrn, Jr. J. S. NotLL II. I. Su(:c:s I . V. Wade n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [253] Rmerican Institute of Rrchitects OFFICERS G. P. Snow President C. F. Andrews ' ice-Presideiil W. E. Atwater Secretary F. I. Ballard Treasurer I C. P. Snow President The American Institute of Architects is an oroanization aimed at preserving a fraternal spirit among students in the School of Design. The society sponsors speakers from the field of architecture and allied fields as an integral part of each student ' s education. Faculty Members: E. W. Waugh, Fhcii Iv Adviier; ]. M. Paoc, Aluunii Adviser. Members: B. J. Addi.son, R. G. Anderson, C. F. Andrews, W. E. Atwater, F. I. Ballard, H. Bates, J. L. Brandt, F. B. Brookens, J. K. Burge, F. W. Coile, Jr., E. S. Dellinger, F. A. DePasquale, W. H. Edwards, J. D. Fitzgibbons, J. S. Fishel, J. N. Freehof, C. E. Gerrald, V ' . A. Gurley, B. S. Howell, G. W. Jones, D. H. Jurney, W. L. Kaplan, E. B. Lee, T. F. Marshall, T. L. McCory, H. P. McKim, W. C. McGee, P. M. Meleton, J, H. Mitchell, R. T. Mitchell, J. R. Norris, D. B. Oden, D. R. Orr, P. C. Porter, E. J. Reim, J. A. Rose, R. G. Sawyer, W. H. Sioman, W. A. Sloan, G. P. Snow, W. N. Spcncc, H, J. Spies, R. F. Stone, G. M. Taylor, H. C;. Walker, H. Weinreich, J. G. Williams, W. H. Hawley. THE 1950 RGROmECK [254] SIGmR TRU SIGmR OniCERS UiciiAiiij 1 1. NonnEi.i Presidoit Coleman Bost Vice-PreshJcut Dick Stevens Secretary John E. ' iLLoiit;iii!V IrctisurL ' r IlK IIAlil) 1 1. oRRtLL A local textile hiinor Iratcinitv, Sigma Tau Sigma stri ' es t(i instill in textile students a desire for higher scholastic standards. An incenti e towards this goal is added each year in the form of the Sigma Tau Sigma Scholarship Cup that is presented to the Senior in Textiles with the highest scholastic average. 1 he Greek letters composing the name of the fraternitv represent the words, Society of Textile Scholarship. Fflcii (v Mewhers: J. F. Boodan. Dean M. E. Campbell. B. L. Coleman, R. L. Davis. G. H. Dunlap, E. B. Cover, T. R. Hart, A. C. Hayes, J. T. Hilton, C. E. Johnson, Dean Emeritus T. A. Nelson. Mrs. T. J. Parker, J. A. Porter, VV. E. Sliinn, C. B. Sink. Members: VV. iM. Barnhardt, T. Bernstein, J. E. Best, C. S. Bost. E. W. Bringle. W. Cable. H. O. Carpenter, Jr., H. I. Cash, N. J. Coneool, A. C. Corwin, L. Cramer, W. W. Crawford, H. M. Dalton, R. B. Deal, R. B. Dellinger, I. Feno, S. O. Cluck. E. P. Gold, J. M. Holland, J. G. Huffman, Z. A. Kotob, VV. D. McCorkle, W. Loh, G. E. Newton, R. H. Norrell, C. Pappas, J. S. Parker, VV. C. Polk, W. E. Riggs, R. E. Rodermund, H. E. Rubin, J. B. Sharpe. iM. K. Sorenson. R. B. Stevens, E. Shih. L. B. Temkin, C. L. Turbyfill, J. E. W illouohby, D. L. Wood, T. A. Wood. n. C. STATE COLLEGE [255] PHI PSI 11. Al. Dalton President OFFICERS 1 1. M. Dalton PresideiH J. A. Davant Vice-Presidciil G. M. Randolph Secretary C. Pritchard Treasurer Fncii lv Mcwbcrs: G. H. Duiilap, E. B. Gruver, T. R. Hart. J. T. Hilton, C. E. Johnson, W. Kirknian, H. Loveless, W. E. Moser, T. Nelson (Dean Emeritus), R. L. Parker, W. E. Shinn, C. Sink, B. L. Whittier. Phi Psi Fraternitv is a professional textile lrateinit ' , the objects and aims being: first, to promote good feliowshi|i aiTiono men of textile schools and the textile industr ' ; sec- ond, to encourage a high standard of textile work; third, to assist bv every honorable means the advancement of its members. Eta Chapter at North Carolina State is the largest chapter in the fraternitv, in parallel with the largest texile school in the world. During 1949-50, the chajiter took part in arranging a displav of student work for the national Phi Psi eonxention, and conferred honorary degrees upon two out- standing men in the textile industry. Social activities of the group include the annual banquet, at which time a cuji will be awarded to the Man of the Year in the Textile Industr ' . Members: ]. E. Abdallah, E. B. Armstrono, J. M. Baker. R. C. Barnes, W. E. Barnes, M. D. Barnette. W. 1 1. Barnhardt, I. ' . Brice, J. F. Brockman. H. A. Brown, E. F. Brown. C. G. Buie. W. L. Burns, W. G. Ghadton. J. H. Gheek. J. H. Ghristian, L. W. Ghris tian, R. L. Coleman, H. Gramer, L. Gramer, W. V ' . Grawford. H. M. Dalton. J. A. Davant. R. B. Dellinoer. W. Denyes, T. Dos- tanko. N. B. Fidler. T. P. Fix. R. H. Fleming, G. W. Fox, M. G. Francis. R. E. Hardaway, L. G. Hepler, W. L. Holcomb, J. M. Holland, S. B. Holt. S. S. Homewood, G. H. Hughes. H. W. Jobe, D. L. Johnson. W. M. Jovner, E. B. Ligon, P. McGorkle. W. D. McGorkle, J. U. McDaniel, T. G. IMacon, R. L. Marshall. G. W. Mayo. G. H. Milks, J. P. Morgan, W. C. Muller, R. W. Munroe. W. H. Musser. E. L. Mustian, Jr., R. H. Norrell, A. S. Orr. C. 1). Page. J. F. Pavne, J. E. Parduc. R. G. Pender. G. G. Pritchard. C:. Ragan. R. J. Randall, G. M. Randolph, G. P. Roberts, A. Romanow- skv, J. L. Rusher. L. E. Shannon, R. H. Shober, D. I. Spencer. R. H. Spilman, J. D. Todd, R. G. Udey, G. Watt, J. R. Wilkins. J. E. Willoughbv. K. W. Winston. TOmPhinS TEXTILE SOCIETY UlllLLUS JOHN 1 ODD President W ' li I lAM M. Barnhardt ' icc-Presideut 1 Iall VViNGFiELD Secretary John R. Wilkins Treasurer Wells Denves Pxcpurlcr J(iii I (ini) I ' rcs ' ulciil 1 lie lonipkiiis Ic.xtilc Socictx attciii|its, tlir(iiii;h hi miintliK iiicctiiii s. to lurtlicr student interest in textiles and to brino tlie student bod ' and faculty closer tooether throuoh mutual respect and friendship. Men from ' arious phases of the textile industrx arc in ' ited to discuss with the societ their particular branch of textiles, often supplc- mentiiit; their lectures with lilms and dispLus on the suhject entertained. 1 he social hii;hli(;ht of the ear is the annual Lint-Dodgers Ball. Metuhers: All students in the School of Textiles. Faculty Advisers: Professor Dunlap, Professor Gro -er, Professor 1 homason. C. STRTE COLLEGE DELTR KRPPR PHI OFFICERS David E. King Coia ul James C. Siittles Pro-Consul William E. Riggs Aiiuotator Alphonse Amatruda Custodian John L. Mostiler Sergeant-atAnns Da I1 I-. l i,S(. Consul Uclta Kappa Phi is the oldest protessioiial textile Iraternity in America, having been founded in 1899 at the Phila- delphia Textile Institute. Started bv a nucleus of seventeen charter members, Kappa Chapter was instituted on May 14, 1948, at State College. In the two years of its existence the chapter has grown to a size of forty student members and five faculty members. At Christmas time food baskets are given out to needv families of textile workers. 1 his year Delta Kappa Phi was instrumental in helpini; with the School of Textiles Open House. Faculty Members: Clarence M. Asbill, Malcolm E. Campbell, Kenneth S. Campbell, Dame S. Hambv, Henry A. Rutherford, Arthur C. Haves. Members: ). C. Amlcrson, A. Amatruda, E. 11. Aspinwall, Jr., L. Basinocr, J. H. Byler. H. f. Cash, S. M. Caublc, Jr., B. L. Cole- man, R. E. Coleman, E. C. Deibler, E. T. Hicks, Jr., C. F. Getsinoer, Jr., B. E. Gilbert, M. D. Gilbert, S. O. Gluek. W. G. Halstead. J. L. Hansberoer, E. R. Hansen, M. C. Henry, C. Hewett, Jr., F. W. Jones, D. E. Kino, W. L. Krueger, D. R. Lassiter, H. L. Mercer, L. W. Monroe, J. L. Mostiler, W. E. Murdock, C. E. Newton, C. J. Rhvne, W. E. Riggs, A. B. Roberts, J. E. Robinson, R. E. Rodcrmund, Jr., II. H. Scheviak, E. A. Schlirf, T. B. Snod- grass, R. B. Ste ' cns, J. C. Suttles, A. B. Swallow, R. C. Timanus, G. M. Turner, R. L. Ward, P. P. White, A. L. Woodin, ;t,in, Jr., E. McB. Yelton. ■-- ;?«: m i P ' i l--i M ' - - JL THE 1950 RGROnriECH [258] HORTICULTURE CLUB oiiic:li s I I. iM. Cathey I ' lcsidciit B. 1. Bridgers Vice-President S. L. Creen Secretary W. Mahone Acting Secretary HUNRV M. CATIIt President 1 he State College I loiticulture Club fosters closer rela- tions between facultv and students, promotes ad ancement oF seientide and practical horticulture, and pro ides incen- tive (or the annual horticulture exhibit at the Agriculture Fair. The club also provides tjualified speakers, slides, and mo ics at frequent meetings. Members: D. G. Betts, B. C. Boncy, B. J. Bost, B. T. Bridgers, B. Brown, W. E. Burgiss, J. P. Carroll, H. iM. Cathey, J. M. Cox, C. W. Davenport, R. L. Dickey, R. P. English, W. Fcdcronku, S. L. Green, D. J. Hani, J. Leazar, B. Lewis, 1. M. Little, R. D. Mahonc. A. C. Miller, W. Moore, L. P. Morris, J. P. Norwood, A. L. O ' Briant, C. Orchard, R. E, Own ley, F. Parker, K. M. Patterson, A. M. Pence, W. H. Rea, W. F. Reece, S. Roddey, J. A. Smith, IL L. Sprinkle. E. F. Strickland. W. H. Swart, W. L. Taylor, R. V. Tro.vlcr, K. D. Tubb, R. Turner, C. Wrzos, J. L. Wilson, R. K. W ' ithcrspoon. U:|l. C. STRTE COLLEGE [259] flLPHR ZETR OFFICERS L. A. DoBsoN Chancellor C. R. PuGH Censor S. W. FiiRCHES Scribe R. R. RiiDoiPH Chromcler J. H. Prevette Treasurer FACULIT ADVISORY BOARD II. W. Taylor R. L. Lovvorn W. M. Roi ' .erts LoK. A. l)(.l;MhN CluiticcUor Alpha Zeta was founded at Columbus, Ohio, on No- cnibcr 4, 1897. The North Carolina chapter was the eiohth of forty five chapters and was chartered in 1904. Its aims are perhaps expressed in the words of th ' founders. " Alpha Zeta was established neither as an honorary nor as a social fraternity, but as a professional IratcrnitN ' in whose membership shall be combined the qualities of hioh scholarship, fine fellowship and sound character. These are the vital qualities of real leadership, and it was the actual potential leadership in the Held of agriculture for which the Iraternitv was established to enci)ura(;e and dc elop. " Balance, L. (... Haruer, J. C Barefoot, A. C. Caldwell, H. R. ruHCHts. S. W. Godfrey, M. R. Holland, L. Little, S. J. MiLLSAPS, H. E. MUSSER, C. A. Phelps, W. R. Prevette, J. H. PUGH, C. R. Rudolph, R. R. Sink, E. M. Sink, H. A. Smmi , G. H. Ternouth, R Turner, R. B THE 1950 RGROmECK [260] RGRICULTURRL CLUB Ol 1 ItlKS Max ( i. Cnw ' iN President LiiON 1 loLLAND V icc-PresideiU DoDBiDGE GuYTON Secretary Anrimn Brvani Treasurer 1 lovNARi) 1 iioMi ' soN Hcportcr E. T. Yt)RK Adviser Max G. Hrwin Preside)it The largest of all campus oroanizations, the Ag Cluli is ojien to all students enioiletl in the School ot Aoiiculture and in the Department of Aoricultural Education. Bringing the members of the various departments together assists its members in understanding each other ' s |irobiems. Annual projects for the club are the student AgFair and the Live- stock Day. A technical paper, the Agricn (Krisf, is published by members and is the official organ of the club. Annual social functions of the club include the Barnvvarming and the As Picnic. ' - " ' ' ' ym »: AKt YOUR OWN, n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [261] Rmerican Society of Agricultural Engineers OFFICERS Jack D. Travwick President David R. Moore " icc-PrL ' ii}eiil James A. Miller Secretary James H. McBrayer, Jr Treasurer Jack D. Traywick President The obiecti ' es of the American Society of Aoricuhuial Enoineeis are to foster closer rehitionships amoiia students in agricultural engineering; to acquaint students with ac- tivities in the field of agricultural engineering; to encourage leadership; and to promote a greater interest in the pro- fession. The North Carolina State College chapter holds weekly meetings of a professional nature an d holds an annual social. The society also sponsors an annual exhibit at the State Fair. raculty Memhers: J. H. Anderson, G. W. Giles, E. L. Howell, J. MeCranev, E. N. Scarboruugh, N. C. Teter, S. H. Usry, J. VV. Weaver, I. L. Williams, R. W. Wilson, T. V. Wilson. Member:,: W. E. Austin, W, R. Bender, C. H. Blue, G. B. Blum, Jr., J. P. Dail, Jr., R. E. Dew, J. W. Dickens, E. H. Frazier, Jr., J. E. Glasgow, J. O. Gravely, J. W. Glover, J. M. Green, R. H. Grimm, E. P. Hanes, W. H. Hasty, Jr., R. F. Hinshaw, H. Hinson, B. F. Ingram, B. F. Knott, J. F. Lee, C. A. Lewis, J. H. McBrayer, Jr., T. E. McPhail, A. W. Mercer, J. A. Miller, T. G. Miller, Jr., D. R. Moore, J. H. Paylor, Jr., S. W. Pope, L. M. Proffitt, J. P. Sanders, J, N. Sinclair, J. B. Slaughter, H. A. Smith, L. C. Smith, L. D. Stalls, T. D. Temple, III, J. D. Traywick, R. K. Troutman, J. F. Wellons, Jr., L. W, White, J. M. Williams, Jr. FUTURE FRRmERS OF RmERICR oil ICHRS Ronrivr ). W ' auren Prcsidciil John L. Tart Vice-Presideni Richard V. Duke Secretcirv George VV. King Treasurer Charles Selle Student Adviser Eugene Staton Reporter RTnuR Bryant Watchdo ' Eugene Younts Program Chainnan RoUtRT D. V ' ARRtN Presuieut The North Carolina State chapter ot the Future Farmers of America was first oroanized in 1939. 1 he purpose of the organization is to de elop leadership, encouraoe recreational activities for students in vocational aoriculture. and encourage co-operative effort among the students. id ' . t ejh tt . miS n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [263] i RITlERICRn SOCIETY OF RGRonomY OFFICERS Leon Ballance President Marvin Godfrey . .Vice-President Tab Williams Secretary Joe Smith Treasurer L. A. DoBSON Corresponding Secretary J. F. LiiTZ Facidly Adviser Leon Ballance Presidettt The aims of the oronomv Socictv are to improve rela- tionships between facultv and students, to stimuhite interest in the held of Agronomv, and to aid in carrying on student activities. The society sponsors a departmental exhibit at the N. C. State Fair in the fall, an election banquet in the winter term, and an over-the-state field trip in the sprino. Members: G. S. Averette, Leon Ballance, L D. Bartlett, C. A. Cameron, J. U. Carroll, K. A. Debauoli, L. A. Dubson, W. E. Everett, B. L Evers, J. A. Fuad, J. Galleliuuli, iM. H. C ' .odtrcv, O. M. Guy, G. Hardesty, W. Harrelson, L. Ho lland, R. Hollowell, J. VV. Hoover, E. Latta, R. E. McCollum, F. McGhee, N. A. McLeod, K. McNeill, C. Z. McSwain, S. W. Mabry, R. Maroof, W. G. Maxwell, W. Meares, C. Peedin, C. H. Powell, H. Robertson, G. T. Rudgers, M. J. Rogers, W. Roval, R. M. Sanders, W. R. Shackleford, H. Simmons, C. H. Sink, A. W. Smith, B. W. Smith, D. Smith, G. B. Smith, J. Smith, A. C. Snipes, C. E. Stevens, R. Ternouth, L. Thomasson, J. Turner, Alex Vann, H. Watst)n, E. Whalev, T. Williams, R. Willard, C. O. Willitord, W. Winborn, II. Winsluw, G. Wood, L. W,.odlief. W. (;. Wriuht, D. Youna. THE 1950 RGROmECK [264] Wade M. Hobson President RnimflL inousTRY CLUB Ol 1 Kills Wadh M. I loBsoN Presideiil Murray R. Whiseniiuni ' ice-President John Cooper Secretary Neill a. McFarlani), Jr Trecisiircr I liic.H C. Calton llcjHirlcr Waitman I 1. Dixon lulilor oj Meat mid Milk C ' lEORC.E L. Ellis . . . .P usiucss Mniniij er oj Meat and Milk Dr. 1 1. A. Stewart raciillv i r st ' i- The object of the North Carolina State College Animal Industry Club is to foster a closer relationship between the students in Animal Industry on this campus, the faculty in the department, and li estock breeders in this state; to encourage leadership; to acquaint the students with activities in the fiekl of Animal Irulustrx; and to promote a greater interest in this profession. The club sponsors an Annual Breeders Barbecue; encourages students to par ticipate in judging contests; has an exhibit at the Ag Fair; and publishes Meat and Milk the Scientific Way anmuilK. .All students enrolled in Animal Industrv arc members ol the club. CftI n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [265] FORESTRY CLUB OFFICERS Noel C. Sharp President W. Curtis Furr Vice-President Marry Lockemer Secretary John E. Graham Treasurer Nicholas Hicks Sergeaut-at-Anus MEMBERS All forcsti ' N ' ]irofcssors, n Few selected professors from allied dcp;irtinciits, and all sUKJcnts registered in forestry, hoth oraduale and Lnideruraduate. Noel C. Sharp President The State College Forestry Club holds weekly meetinos during the school year for the purpose of promotino better relationships between students and members of the faculty. Educational and recreational programs are presented at these meetinos. ]i annual " Rolleo " held at the 1 liU Forest is sponsored b ' the club. At the " RuUeo " teams from xarious classes compete in the a.xc throwing, tree-felling, and horseshoe pitching. The outstanding social eyent ot the year is the " Loggers ' Ball. " Publication of the Pinetiivi, the Forestry School annual, is sponsored by the club and distributed to forestry students and alumni. The club also publishes Slabs and Edgings, a bi-monthly jxiper containing articles and nev ' s of particular interest to forestry students. DEN THE 1950 RGROmECK [266] XI siGmfl PI John W. Sai-llv Foivs cr I li N ' liv C Dii.LiNc.i n Assochilc Forester John C. 15ahber Sccrclciry I loP.ACf |. (InEEN l tiii " cr John W. Saflhv Forester Xi Sij ma Pi is .1 prolL ' ssiDnal ForcstrN liatcrnity. At anmuil ceremonies, the tiateinitx honors the outstandino senior and the outstandino freshman in the School of Forestry. i ationall ' prominent speakers in forestry and allied fields are brought to the campus each year bv the organization to oiye to students an added insight into the industry. Faculty Memhen: J. S. Bethel, R. M. Carter, C. iM. Kaufman, W. D. Miller, R. J. PreMun. Jr., C. K. Slucum, L. Wyman. Members: T. C. Alexander, J. C, Rarber, R. L. Real, J. II. Hea- man. S. G. Boyce, C. Cousins, L. C. Curie, VV. F. Curreiice. H. C. Dellinoer, A. C. Edwards, G. R. Fuller. D. R. Godwin. J. A. Gravely, H. J. Green, E. N. Jordan, B. R. Kiser, H. A. Lock- emer, B. C. Meeker, D. E. Moreland, C. A. Musser, W. R. Phelps, J. H. Phillips, Jr., W. L. Pierce, H. G. Posey, J. R. Rankin, J. F. Renfro, J. W. SaHey, M. N. Shaw, Jr., J. W. Sissun, A. F, Skaarup, J. B. White, R. E. Williams. C. STRTE COLLEGE [267] II Rmerican Rssociation of Textile Chemists and Colorists OFFICERS Reynolds A. Carnevale Clnnrman Everett H. Aspinwall, ] Secretary Christian F. Getsinger Treasurer I Ienry a. Rutherford FacuJtr Adviser Reynolds A. Carnevale Chairman 1 he 1 miction of the local cluqitcr ol the American Asso- ciation of Textile Chemists and Colorists is to biino into closer contact the students of textile chemistry and the men of the textile industry. Specialists in textiles and allied fields are invited to speak before the organization in the hopes of correlating theory and practice. The objectives of the organization are: " to promote an increase of knowledge of the application of cbes and chem- icals in the textile industry; to encourage, in anv jiractieal way, research on chemical processes and materials of im- portance to the textile industrv; and to establish for the members channels by which the interchange ol prolessioiial knowledge amono them may be increased. " raciiUy Meiuherf.: K. S. Campbfll, R. C. Davis, A. C. Hayes, II. A. RutherlcRl. Student members: D. C. Anderson, E. Armstrong, E. H. Aspin- wall, O. Arslan, ]. Brice, J. Brockman, D. K. Brook, R. Carnevale, H. Cikurel, L. Cloninoer, R. Coleman, R. Crowell, C. Donyes, T. Dostanko, G. Eudv, C. F. Getsinger, R. Greenbero, E. Hansen, J. Harand, W. Hicks, R. Holthouser, K. Jenkins, W. Joyner, H. Keels, J. Link, G. McRee, H. Mercer, J. Morgan, R. Palmer, C. Parthemos, W. Payne, R. Polk, G. Randolph, R. Rivadeneyra, B. Roberts, A. Romanowskv, J. Rusher, J. Schell, E. Schlirf, J. Sbein. P. Segal, J. Templeton, C. VanName, R. Ward, G. Watt, P. White, K. Winston, C. Wood, D. Wood, E. Yelton, W. Hampton, L. lloil. H. Loveless, R. Marshall, 1. Maunev, W. Savier, R. Scruggs. THE 1950 AGROmECK [268] SCRBBRRD RRD BLRDE OIIICERS C ' iM)i W. MoDiu; CdjUcilii Sc:()ll I . SlIDIiAM ; ' )s I icillciuilll James C " . Collier, jn Second I iculciniiil I ) will I " . Mc:CiiLL K-H hirst Scri caiii ( AIM. I 1. lloMANECK FilClllty AdvisCT Clyde W. Mikhil Ctipliini Scalilxml ,iik1 lll.nlc is a nalidii.il lionorarx ' socicts and was loLindccI in l ' -)(J5. 1 lie iiicinhciship consists of OLit- standing ROIC adxanccd course oflicers. 1 he pui|iosc ol the organization is to increase efFieiencw promote oood fellowship, and raise the standards of militar trainina in ROIC units at American colleges and unixcrsitics. At the present time there arc nearlv one hundred chapters in the Linited States. The local chapter is known oIlici.ilK as G-3. I here arc approximateh ' fort ' -li e acti e members at .ill times in the State College socictv. I he acti itics in which mcmhers of G-3 were engaged during the past school xear include the formal inauguration of a similar chapter at the Llni ersit at Cdiapel Ilill and the co sponsorship ol the annual l Iilitar Ball in April. rirsi mil-: AlMim. ih1ic vs. CdIHc. Cnlhci. tcioiicr. tiiw.ird, DuIldii. CIiilL. Iluislunv. Second row: Htjbson. tlutchins, joncs, Leonard, Linthicum, iMcC ' ulloch, l lills. Palm ien, Parduc. Third row: Pickett, Potter, Ross. Stieldon. Smetana, Stidham, Strider. Tatem. Williams. Williamson. iMiss Fay Collins Sponsor CKI n C. STRTE COLLEGE [269] II The Rrnold Society of Rir Cadets OFFICERS William H. Mashbiirn Wing Coiiniiaiidcr Frank T. Hlitchins Deputy Wing Covnuaiidcr Frederick O. Smetana Adjutuiit James W. Muse, Jr Sergeant Major Lawrence C. Harrington Sergeant-at-Anifi Major James J. England Faculty Adviser William 11. iMasiihiiiin Wing Commander The Arnold Society of Air Cadets, makina its initial appearance on the campus this year, is composed of first and second year advanced Air ROTC students whose high character and sincere interest in the organization have qualified them as members. The purpose of the Arnold Society is to dc ' clop leadership, maintain the esprit-de-corps of the unit, ind to advance the military ]ireparedness ol our country by increasing the knowledge of the scope and mission of the Air Force. Miss Joyce Evans Sponsor Bliss, J. W. Bryant, M. G. Carson, H. V. Creasy, W. B. EeLDMAN, G. E. CioVVER, I. W. GURGANIOUS, J. T. HARRINGTON, L. C. HoLLiNGER, ]. a. Hutchins, F. T. Jones, C. M. McCulloch, D. r. Mills, J. F. Reagan. O. W. Roberts, C. W. Smetana, F. O. Smith, G. E. Suggs, IL J. Tillson, D. K. Williams, N. L. THE 1950 RGROmECK [270] CRDET OFFICERS ' flSSOCIRTIOn OFFICERS Ciii HKivi li. Newton I ' lcs ' ulciii Sanforu C). Cluck Vice Prcsiilciii William D. } Iicks Secretary James M. Conner Treasurer W ' aunlh S. CioouwiN Seroeaiil-at-Ariiis GiLBUivr E. NiiU ' TON Prci ' ulcnt The Cadet Officers ' Associalinn is an tdcjaiiization com- jioscd of first and second car advanced militar ' students in the ROTC at North Carohna State Collcoe. Member- ship in the association is hmited to cadet officers and reser ' e officers pursuino their course of stud - at this institution. The purpose of the Cadet Officers ' Association is to en- couraoe and promote in ad anced RO I C students a areater interest in tliis colleoc, communit , and countr ' . 1 he Hli- tary Ball, one of tlie his hliohts of the collct;e social calendar, is sponsored h the Cadet Officers ' Association in conjunc- tion with the rno]d Societ ' of ir Cadets and Scahhard and Blade. Members: D. Anderson, W, Austin, H. S. Barr, I. ). ISindcr, J. M. Bowers, W. H. Boyd, P. S. Campbell, J. B. Cole, T. B. Collier, N. J. Concool, R. G. Craole, B. Cru.se, J. R. Davenport, A. De Berry, F. A. DeViney, C. G. Deese, M. S. Early, E. B. Elam, C. W. Finch, W. B. Frye, P. Goodwin, W. R. Hampton, N. L. Hardee, J. C. Hawley, L. L. Holder, W. H. Hon, C. Hudgins, H. S. Ir in, C. Jones, G. W. Jones, J. W. Joseph, D. Jewett, G. E. Kno le . J. C. Lauj;hon, G. W. Lancaster, C. E. Lytic, B. L. Phillips, R. Rcvcllc, C. W. Roberts, H. H. Scheviak, A. Simpson, J. Shupiny. J. II. Thompson. J. W. A ' hitc. Miss NA ' CY Halliwell Sponsor n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [271] RQUinRS CLUB OFFICERS Alphonse AiMAi ruda President William A. O ' Connor Vice-President Joseph A. Signoret Secretary Marcel R. Martin Treasurer. Rev. Paul Byron Moderator ALPHONSb i lAJKUUA President An association of Catliolic students, the Aquinas Club has oroanizcd stud ' groups for the settlement of Catholic questions that frequently arise in the minds of students in secular colleges. Questions pertaining to circumstances that arise in classrooms are cleared up by the study groups. Eycnts sponsored by the Aquinas Club include se ' cral dances and the Communion breakfasts at the Sacred I leavt Cathedral. SlUiienl Alembcrs: B. A. Barroscc, C. J. Barrett, C. B. Beaver, W. E. Berner, C. M. Bodwell, C. A. Bogliaccini, J. Burke, W. T. Condren, E. T. Contrada, S. V. Credle, W. E. Crull, G. J. Dannolfo, R. Echavarria, J. M. Fisher, G. Gonzalez, P. Jackmowski, F. J. Kornowski, H. F. Krachenberger, S. J. Krulik, R. J. Lesko, C. L. Lowndes, B. Muguira, J. L. Murphy, J. Olarte, A. Palazuelos, J. B. Plott, J. M. Poplin, M. N. Posey, R. A. Rivadeneyra, F. P. Roche, N. C. Sharp, H. Talamas, M. W. Tat um, M. R. Thurnian, J. D. Toro, L. G. llrihr, F. H. VanLandingham, E. J. Wa ;ncr, . G. VVallenhorst, W. II. Williams. THE 1950 AGROmECh [272] [ UUESTmmSTER FELLOUUSHIP OFFICERS Russell Siioiise President Helen Leatherwood Vke-Presiclenl Irma Ray Secretary Lois Johnson Treasurer Rev. Arihur G. Courtney . . .iJ)irci:lor of Simlciit Work UlSStlL SllOllSl, Presidcut The Westminster Fellowship is the Picsh tcrian student organization, with hcackiuartors at tlic West Raleioh Pres- h terian Church. Its mcmhers, however, come from manv Protestant denominations. It emphasizes cquallv the social and religious sides of the Christian lite. Its aims are to cnahlc students to maintain their contact with the church while in college and to assist in dc elo|iiiig a iulK rounded Christian character capable of representing the best we know in American life. 1 h e church opens its doors to all students of State College, Meredith College, and the other colleges in and around Raleigh. There are regular Sunday Worship and Fellow- shi|i meetings as well as special recreational activities. TTie C ' haplain, Rev. Arthur G. Courtne , is always available or consultation. n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [273] BRPTIST STUDEriT union OFFICERS Raymond B. C ilberi President Christopher R. Davenport First Vice-Presideul Thomas B. Bailey Second ' ice-Presideut A. ]. Stuart, Jr Third Vice-President Hov ' ard I . Sheli Secretary Rev. Rorerts C Lasater Clia] Iaiii IIavmond B. Gilbert President The Baptist Student Union through its Executixe Council strives to meet the needs and to promote the interests of all the Baptist students at State College. Outstanding events in the ear ' s program ha ' e been conducting discussion groups throughout the three terms; staging parties, dances. and joint meetings with Meredith, Woman ' s College, and other nearb ' colleges; and promoting various mission proj- ects in the cit . A camp has been built and completelv equipped b the State College chapter. The Union also jiublishes a montliK ]iaper, The Campus Christum. Bailev, T, li. Real, R. L. IIewett, J. 1!. lliNSdN, W. II. Brock. .A. C. C ' aldwell, H. R. Collins, R. L. I) w lnport, C " . R. Hoots, V. R. Howell, W. C. Humbert, W. I. Michael, J. R. ThoMASON, R. H. ' AN SiCKLER, E. P. WALLACE, H. H. THE 1950 RGROmECK [274] LUTHERRD STUDEflT RSSOCIRTIOn OPI ' ICERS I Iarold F. McKnicih President R. P. Karriker ' icc ' -Preshle)!t Emilv 1-isher Secretary Frank C. Patterson Treasurer J i M ' .nl I) 1 . , U ksK.II I Prcsiiieul I he Lutlu ' ian Student Association of North CaroHna State Colleoc stimulates and sustains students in using the Bible reoularlv, pri atelv, and in oroups, in praver, in reoular church attendance, and frequent reception of Holy Communion. Students are encouraoed to stud and appre- ciate the message of the Church and to participate in Church work: to de elop a conscious need of Christ in facing modern life and problems; to co-operate in holding intercollegiate conferences in order to assist students on e erv campus to accomplish these purposes; and to build up a national and international fellowship of Lutheran students. Faculty Members: H. C. Parks, C. F. Strobel. H. A. Fisher. Student Members: J. J. Barger, B. iM. CahiH, Jr., P. Carter, G. Chandler. P. E. Carlson, R. G. Coulter, J. A. Dayvault, E. Fisher, H. Fisher, N. Guthrie, M. H. Hare, H. B. Hcilig, B. G. Hines, E. Hodges, R. P. Karriker. W. R. Kimball, D. Kno.x, B. Loftin, ]. G. Maddo.v, H. F. McKnight, A. W. Millers. F E. Misenheimer, S. V. Morgan, F. C. Patterson, R. L. Quickel, C. L. Rhyne, T. S. Rhyne, C. Ribelin, G. D. Robinson, J. R. Sexton, J. B. Sink, H. J. Suggs, P. Svveatt, G. K. Spindler. T. A. Taylor, B. Turner, R. K. Troutman, G. T. ' ebb, F. Williams, G. Wilson. D. Bieman, C. Wilmer. s: mmm-- I n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [275] 1 UUESLEY FOUnDRTIOn OFFICERS loHNNV Fulton President |oHN LImberc.er Vice-Pre.s f e;; Mary Jo Shaw Vice-Preside nl Charles Harrell Vice-President Jack Bass Secretary Wilton Ward Treasurer Clenn Hardesty Editor Methodist Student liiANiTA Stott Director Johnny Fulton President Cotmcil Members: J. Bass, J. Bailey, L Ballance, H. Bmnson, C. Cole, M. Ed wards, J. Everett, J. Fulton, C. Hardest ' T. Harrison, C. Harrell. M. J. Shau, R Sa ate, B. Smith, M. Stouah, J. LImberocr, W. Ward. THE 1950 RGROmECK [276] I Rudolph P. Savagh Presideiil lu ' PnilcstJUl l clii;inLl CDuncil, whicli is in ils lliirti M ' .ir on the State C ' olleye c.inipiis, is edmposed (iF two student represent;ui es and one adult professional worker from each of the member religious oroanizations. These are the ' esle Foundation, the Westminster Fellowship, ihe Canterbur - Club, the Lutheran Student Association, the Baptist Student Union, and the State Colleoe Y.M.C.zA. PROTESTflni RELIGIOUS council OFFICERS liUDDi I ' ll I ' . Sa At;t: Pn-sidciil f-liissHi.i SiioLiSE ' icL ' ' PrL ' sidciil Luiiis W . I liNh Sccrcldry- 1 rcusurcr |iM n (). SioKKs Reporter FACLILFY AlFMBERS Dr. R. N. Anderson Dean E. L. Cloyi:) Dr R. L. Lovvorn In adtlition there are three facultv members and three stu- tlent members elected from the campus al lar e. Annually the Council sponsors two major campus-wide activities. The RELIGION IN LIFE WEEK is held usually during the fall term. The first week in February is the normal time for the World Student Service Fund to be conducted by the Council and its participating member groups. C.U-DWELL, H. R. Fulton, J. W. Hlne, L. W. Howell. W. C:. Kahrlker, R. p. .Ma. «ell. G. M. McKxinnT. II. h. Pattebso.v, F. C. Sheets, J. T. Shouse, R. Stokes, J. (). Tomnslnd. I). E. LImbehgeh, J. C. [Cin. C. STATE COLLEGE [277] C. D. KuTSCHINSKI Director of Music music DEPflRTmEDT The Music Department under the direction of Christian D. Kutschinski embraces the Bands, the Symphony Or- chestra, and the Men ' s Glee Club. The ROTC Band and Drum Bugle Corps provide all the musical requirements of the Military Department. The " Redcoat " Band, composed of selected members of the ROTC Band and other musicians on the campus, pre sents halftime pageantry at all the football games, and provides music for other campus and civic activities. The Concert Band concentrates on the best in band music, and presents a number of indoor concerts in the winter and early spring, dUi] outdoor concerts in the latter part of the season. The Symphony Orchestra presents three or more con- certs each year, and furnishes music for special assemblies, commencement, and other college affairs. The Glee Club presents occasional concerts in Pullen Hall, and usuallv makes a concert tour in the spring term. COnCERT BRRD OFFICERS Frank J. Clendening Presideul James E. 1 Ienderson Quartermaster Howell R. Peele Vice-President Boyt H. Cathey Lihrarian Ben M. Cahill Secretary Ross J. Morgan Drum Major William F. Wilson Treasurer Christian Kutschinski Director THE 1950 RGROnriECK [278] I GLEE CLUB Thomas A. Wood President I ItNin M. Cathey Vice-President Iamks F. Bocle Secretary Fred Atkinson Lihrariaii Ralph C Compton Accovipanist C ' HRisTiAN KuTSCHiNSKi Director SYmPHOnV ORCHESTRR William Raper, Jr President J. T. Maddrev, Jr Vice-President George R. Tolleson Secretary I n. C. STATE COLLEGE Denis B. Fleming Librarian RiLEv K. Matthews Manager Christian Kutschinski Conductor mmmm M tm tm mu BETR PSI OFFICERS Thomas A. Wood President Chris Pappas Vice-President William W. Raper Secretary Leon W. Bissette Treasurer Thomas A. Wood President Alpha Chapter oi Mu Beta Psi, national hciiKiiai ' v music fraternity, was Founded in IMZS at Nortli C-aroliiia State College. The purposes of Mu Beta Psi are to pro- mote better fellowship among the members of the various musical organizations of the college, and among mu- sicians of different colleges; and to advance music to its proper place as an educational subject. Alpha Chapter sponsors concerts by the various campus musical organi- zations and co-ordinates the activities of the Band, Clee Club, and Orchestra. Vacidty Members: Mr. S. . Baker, Dean l . L. C lovd, Dr. A. M. Fountain, Mr. C. D. Kutschinski. Anderon, D. C. Atkinson, F. L. BissiiTTt, L. W. Black, H. D, Surge, J. K. Cahill, B, M. Cathev. B, H. Cathev, G. A. Cathey, H. M. Clendenini;, F. J. Fleming, D. B. Henderson, J. F. Klein. FF J. Maddrev, J. F Murphy, J. L, Pappas, C. Peele, H. R. Raper, W. VV. Sissom, J. W. Snow. G. P. Westmoreland, F. E. Wilson, W. F. Veago, W. M. THE 1950 RGROmECK [280] ndustrial Recreation Club c)i i ici r,s |(iiii I I. I5iu;i i)i.r, Ji! l ' ic icU ' ul Oils Ci. IUk ' khh " ui ' I ' n-sUlfiil lAlK.Alir I I.. AI.KIH Scciciiii y l 11. C I L(IM) rCll IIIC} 1 iioiMAS 1. I liNiiS I iictihy Aihiscr Jdhn H. Brendle President I lu ' liulListri.il Hi,(. icalimi C kili was Idiniccl In |ii(iniok ' close relationship between student anil Indiistiial and Hur.il Recreation, and to foster the mutual interests oF students enrolled in these curricula. Student Mettthen: J. Bosenian, R. Brinson, V. Bubas, L. Capps. W. Carroll, A. Edwards, G. Fletcher, N. Floyd. F. Ciamer. Cr. C.ondiii.m, I. Ciresk , |. I l.iidiiii;, P. I liidel. R. Ipock, 1. Martin, E. Moonev, C. Moore, L. Morton, L. Muth, J. Paschal, G. Pickett, R. Pronoay, J. Sappenfield, O. Smith, n. Saunders, N. Sloan, J. Tencick, R. Thomas, G. Thompson, N. Underwood, T. Wadsworth, B. Watts, V. White, J. Williams. ( [ n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [281] inDUSTRIRL RRTS CLUB OFFICERS Robert G. Thrower President Warren L. Cartier ' ice ' Preiidei!t William . Cole Secretary Daniel . Wise Treiisurcr Rav B. ( liLBEH r Pmyrau Chairman Robert G. Thrower President The Industrial Arts Club brinos tooetbcr the members of the department in order that thev mav become better acquainted. Outstanding men in related lields present to the club at its meetings the latest ideas and news of the iirofessional world. The club strives to make its profession better known and to influence young men to train for a future in Industrial Arts. I CHI EPSILOn OhUCEl S 1 DWAiu) M. 1 Iali President r oHHRT A. SiiAvv Vice-Presidenl Hoi AND F. Filer Treasurer M AC K Stephens Seeretary Josi I ' ll 11. McAniii 1 V Associate Secretary nw. RD M. 1 Iall President Clii Ep ilon is a national prcilessional Ci ' il Ens incorinL; ImternitN ' , based on the broad objcctixo of increasino the elficicncv oF the profession as an instrument of social betterment. Chi Epsilon was oroanized to recognize those characteristics of the indi idual engineer deemed funda- mental to the successful pursuit of an engineering career, to aid in the development of those characteristics ui the undergraduate engineer, thereby working toward a higher standard ol ser ice offered to humanit bv the profession. n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [283] Berson. G. L. Blue, C. O. Caldwell, J. S. Calhoun. S. L. ( iiEssoN, B. W. Cochran, ,M. R. Collie, J. S. Damron, AI. R. i HER, R. F., Jr. Fuller, R. H.. Jr. Harrell, J. M. Kluttz, J. W. 1 iNDER. J. L., Jr. Long, J. R. McAnulty, J. R. McDade, L. B. AIerritt, W. Ci. MoBLtY, J. I. Osborne, T. Z. Richardson, H. E. Shaw, R. A. Stephens, J. M. Thompson, L. S. Whitehead, R. L. Not pictured: R. A. Huffman. J. W. Irish. Jr., C. T. Lambert, R. M. Scovil, E. M. Sellars, L. F. Spaine, C. R. Tolleson. J. E. Walls. COSmOPOLITRD CLUB OFFICERS F.DWABD B. CilLBERT Pn ' shU ' lIt Samir K. Ibhahim ' ice ' President F ENRY CiKLiREi Secretary Norman Gilbert Treasurer Dr. R. N. Anderson Faculty Adviser Edward B. Gilbert President The Cosmopolitan Club is cuneiillv enclino i ls secoml year o( existence on the State CoUej e campus. The club unites the toreion students for the purpose oF promoting fellowship and understanding among students of different races and nationalities. Interesting and instructive programs are presented at the meetings, and the club ' s social activities include several evenings of entertainment at Dean Ander- son ' s home. Activities of the Cosmopolitan Club in the jiast have been as follows: meetings of IRC Clubs of other schools, parties with students from Peace College, a ping- pong tournament, and the establishinent of a varsity soccer club and a x ' arsitv fencing teain. Membcisliip in the Cosmopolitan Club is open lo all foreign students at North Carolina State College and lo all interested American students and faculty members. Members: G. O. Addison, P. H. Amersey, G. S. Bakoss, I. S. Bangdievala, D. A. Bassi, P. B. Caloveras, S. M. Cauble, H. Cikurel, K. A. Debbaoh, J. A. Fuad, H. Garcia, E. B. Gilbert, N. Gilbert. |. Crinisoaard, H. Hamid, S. K. Ibrahim, S. Jabro, C. A. Jacob. A. P. Jambulintjam, I. Kaplan. K. M. Kragaas, V. Kota, R. A. Kotob, Z. A. Kotob, A. A. iMahdawi, R. S. Maroof, K. M. Mustal ' . R. N. Obaidy, R. A. Rivadeneyra, J. Signoret, G. Singh, P. P. Singh. N. Sidney, A. Rudolph. O. Arslah. R. Pensoy, B. Von Holdenberg. y. K. Kim. THE 1950 RGROmECK [284] HILLEL FOUnDRTIOn OFFICERS JiiLRis La .nrk President John J. Bardavid " icC ' Presideiit Leland I I. GreeiNBERc. SccretcVY ' Trcasitycr Julius Lasnick Preiideul I he purpose of the llillel Foundation is to Form a honj between the Jewish students at North CaroHna State so that thev mav become better acquainted with each other, that thev might have the opportunitv of receiving instruc- tions in their faith, and that thev ma ' have the counselship of a Rabbi. Outstanding e ents of the ear ha e included six social e ents with Duke. Woman ' s College, and the LIni ersit - of North Carolina cha|iters. Se ' eral well known sjieakers were sponsored as campus-wide programs. Student Members: A. Ahcrbuch. M. Alapin, J. J. Bardavid, T. Bernstein, M. S. Brettler, D. I. Brooks, A. M. Brooks. D. R. Brown, H. Cikurel, N. J. Concook B. M, Davis, S. H. Filreis. H. Glass. iM. C. Gluck, S. O. Cluck. N. B. Gold, H. S. Goldbcro, R. A. Goodman, K. Gottlieb. L. Greenberg. H. Guld. J. Hcim, C. S. Heyman, H. Jacob. M. Kallman, H. Kahan, ' . Kassnian, L. Kassvan. E. Katzin, L. Katzin, D. Koch, P. M. Koch, J. Lasnick. R. I. Levin, J. L. Link. L. J. Linker, V ' . J. Maroolis, D. E. iMarrus. S. Narvcv. M. Pudnos. A. Rudolph. E. Rosenoartcn. W. Robinson, C. Schcinbero. M. Silverstein. F. l. Soling, B. L. Sokol, II. Sosnik. C. C. Spcctorman. G. L. Steinger. F. Stoffer, S, Llrowitz, E. W ' .ild, M. W ' ardinon. R. V ' einstein. H. Brenner, C. M. Fleishman, II. Golenpaul. M. Madison. S. Mintzcr, C. STRTE COLLEGE [285] COUNCIL First rnw, left In rig}it: Henry G. Posev Alderman, Ward 1 Bruce M. Larrabee . . . .Alderman, Ward VI R. A. Lent Alderman, Ward 11 B. K. Powers Rents Board Member Georoe S. Younj; Alderman, V ' ard V M. V. Raynor Alderman, Ward VIU Second row, left to right: Jack M. Harrell Alderman, Ward IV Harrv Q. Simmons . . . .Alderman, Ward 1 ' Mrs. C. S. Jennings ....Secretary-Treasurer Georoe H. Andrews . . . .Alderman, Ward III William H. Moore Fire Marshal Mrs. W. E. Rig,B,s Publicity Director |. F. Bonev . . . Alderman, V ' ard II Edward G. Robinson . . . .Alderman, ' ard VI A. AI. Gould Alderman, Ward VII communiTY of vetville Vetville, a community of 316 families, was first established in 1946 to pro idc living quarters for married students and their families. The village set up its tou ' n government in June of that vear to studv and solve the problems ol everyday living. Vetville is di ' ided into eight wards, each electing an Alderman to represent it on the Council. The residents of Vetville meet twice a year to elect a Mavor, a Secretary-Treasurer, a Publicitv Director, a Fire Marshal, a Recreation Director, and an Athletic Director, who with the Aldermen study the problems at hand. These problems arc submitted to the Aldermen of the various wards to assist the Council in making Vct illc a better place in which to li ' C. Everett D. Stevens Mayor THE 1950 RGROfTIECK [286] 3.;Vfy»l ' ' ' FLORICULTURE SOCIETY OFFICERS John B. Bost Chairman Raeford K. I urner Vice-chairman Prof. Glenn O. Randall Faculty Adviser Jdiin B. Bosi Chniniiaii The purposes oF the Floriculture Society are to provide an opportunity for students specializing in Ornamental Horticulture to become acquainted with persons who arc actually engaged in the production and sale of ornamental plants; to profit by the experience of those especially skilled in their field; to work for a closer affiliation of students, faculty members, and businessmen; to discuss old and new practices and problems that arise in the production and sale of ornamental plants. Mewhers: D. C. Betts, J. B. Bost, B. T. Bridgers, B. Brown, W. E. Burgiss, J. P ' Carroll, H. M. Cathev, 1- M. Cox, C. W. Davenport, ' R. L. Dickev, R. P. English, S. L. Green, D. J. Ham, I. M. Little, R. D. Mahone, J. F. Nor- wood, A. L. O ' Briant, R. E. Ownlev, K. M. Patterson, A. M. Pence, W. H. Rea, W. F. Reece, S. H. Roddex, J. A. Smith, W. H. Swart, W. T. Taylor, R. V. Tioxler, K. D. Tubb, R. K. Turner, J. L. Wilson, ' R. K. Witherspoon. Glenn O. Randall Faculty Adviser THE 1950 RGROmECh [288] SIGmR PI RLPHR (in KURS W ' li 1 1 i I I. t . I I i 1 President . Ul. A. RlVADEiNEVllA ' icC PlCsidcilt C i AHLES F. Campen, |r Secretary Donald C Amur on Freasiirer Iack L. I IN ' K Seri eiint-at ' Aniis Low AUD |. ai;ner Pidjlicity Directur 1 ACLILIY MEMBERS Fred J. Allred Stanley T. Ballanger Dr. L. E. 1 Iinkle William H. C. Hall Prcsideut R. A. l ' ,IVAl,i_;.L J. L. Link E. J. Wagner Ch|n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [289] Sigma Pi Alpha is a national licinorary language fraternitv founded at State College in 1927. Membership in the haternitv requires an honor axcragc in languages and above a erage in general seholastic work. c ti -ities of Sigma Pi Alpha consist of talks b ' foreign students and much-tra elled persons and frec|uent socials held jointh ' with other Raleigh college cha]iters of the fraternitx. Members: J. P. Alexander, D. C. Anderson, J. N. Andrews, L. G. Ballance, R. H. Becker, F. S. Bergman, N. E. Brake. J. L. Brandt, A. C. Brock, W. C. Bullock. W. M. Burgess, Jr., B. M. Cahill, Jr., C. F. Campen, Jr., J. R. Clark. R. B. Deal. W. Denves, E. T. Dicks, Jr., A. O. George, Jr., E. B, Gilbert, S. O. Cluck, P. M. Hall, W. H. C. I [all. R. E. Holland. T. W. Horner, J. G. Huffman, C. M. Jones, J. L. Link, K. B. Mayer. P. D. Miller, C. M. Mitchell, Jr.. D. E. Moreland. S. L. Morgan, J. F. Norwood. J. N. Owens, Jr.. E. M. Pickett. E. W. Porter, L. M. Proffitt, R. A. Rivadeneyra, R. A. Sapp. R. A. Shaw. E. H. Shih, M. W. Sills, F. O. Smetana, U. L Spencer, J. i L Stephens, A. R. Verbeck, E. J. Wagner, H. G. Walker, Jr., C. A. Watson, Jr.. J. M. Weaver. 1 CO-ED CLUB OFFICERS Robin Thomas President Ieanette Simpson Vice-President Ann Burnside Secretary-Trensiirer The Co-ed Club was organized in 1949 to bring the girls ;it N. C. State into closer friendship. The club is o]-)en to all co-eds enrolled at State College. lloiiiN Thomas President Meiiihers: Ann Burnside, Bett ' Cline, Jeanne Dreher, Martina Fillmore, E ' elvn Garner, dclaidc I laxiies, Mary Hines, Evelyn Hodges, Bettxe Jones, Eloise Fan caster, Elizabeth Lee, Hilda Massingill, Margaret Moore, Jeanette Simpson, Robin Thomas, Effie 1 hompson, Mar- garet Walker, Dorothy Wooten. I Havinls Walker JOiXtS WoOTtN THE 1950 RGROmECK [290] Hi Lex L. Basincer Presitlent PEP CLUB Ol I ICliKS I Fx L. Rasincer Presidcnl ( .K)i!(;i W. Rav Vice-Presideut Maiu I,. I IiNES Secretary Lambert iM. Sui ion Treasurer The State College Pep Club is organized as a non-politieal, non-pressure group o( State College students who arc interested in promoting and publicizing any e ent which will increase the student and spectator interest in State College. Around a nucleus of thirty charter meinbcrs, the club this vear has aided with pep rallies, team send-offs, and decorating the campus lor ho[iie athletic events. The purpose ol this club is to plan and coordinate all functions c incerning pep rallies, football games, basketball games, and to promote and publicize anv function which would bring favorable interest to State College. Menihers: G. Abernathy, H. Barr, L. Basinger. G. Burgess, fl. Champion. A. Dormseif, W. DuBose, S. Eubanks, L. C. Hepler. M. L. Hines, I). Hines, R. flinshavv, G. Hughes. |. Irish, R. Jackson, M. Kellv, Z. Koonce. E. Lee. C;. Mann, D. McCormick, J. Mercer, A ' . Parker. C. Parthemos, B. Rav. E. Rav. C. Reed, L. Sutton, R. U ' illard, R. Worrell, 3 ' n. C. STRTE COLLEGE [291] 1- r RATERNITIES Edited hy LOLO A. DOBSON :. - ' ■■■ ■ m. BP» A inTERFRRTERDITY council OFFICERS WooDROw P. Bass Presule)it Charles H. Boney ' ice-Presuieut LiNZY E. BoYLEs Secretary Dean E. L. Cloyd Treasurer Little, S. J. Arp Palmgren, E. D. A2 Culbertson, A. B. Caldwell, H. R. ATP . -1 Anderson, R. G. Earnhardt, W. M. Adams, H. B. Huberts, B. VV. nK l ' Ki: AXA KT Boyles, L. E. 2AE Brenner, H. (Um, SAAI 1 he Intertratcrnitv C ' liLmci! was oioanized through the ii)iiit eHorts oF frateinit ' leaders ami tlie North Carolina State C ' oliege administration in the spring oF 1931. The purpose of the countil as stated in its constitution is " to ad ance tlie interests of North Carolina State College; to promote the general interests and welfare of the associated fraternities as a bodv; and to insure co-operation between them in their relations with the faciih , sliitlent bod ' , and the public in general. I he council is compo.sed ol two representati es Ironi each chapter, elected b ' the chapter. s the social feature of the college ear, the council sponsors three series of dances— the Pledge Dances in the fall term; the Mid-Winters in the winter term; and the Finals on the week end preceding Commencement. VVooDRow P. Bass President hl ' ' k LeGrand, C. A 211 Keplev. T. A. Holloway, J. L. TK K i: E Koch, P. M. En Osborne, T. Z. KA ' " " kl ' ' " ' " " flLPHfl GRinmfl RHO . mf :: r OFFICERS S. J. Little President J. C. Barber Vice-Preside)it R. F. FIenshaw Secretary C. N. Nelson Treasurer Miss Pecgy Smith Sponsor nU CHAPTER Alpha Gamma Rho is a national social fraternity, and was founded in 1908 at Ohio State University for the purpose of dcxelopino the best social, moral, mental, and physical t|uaiities in each fraternity brother, and to promote a wider acquaintance and a broader outlook on tiie part of agricultural men through fellowship in a national organization. There are 33 acti ' e chapters of Alpha Gamma Rho. Nu Chapter, before becoming national in 1919, was the local fratcrnit ' Theta Beta. One of the highest aims of Nu Chapter is outstanding scholarship, and all members are expected to develo|i a high standing. The national organization awards annually to the chapter with the highest scholastic average a plaque, which has been won by Nu Chapter five times. Nu Chapter has also won the Interfiatcrnity Scholarship Cup eight times in the fourteen times that it was awarded. To strengthen the bond of friendship, Nu Chapter sponsors house parties, picnics, fellowship dinners, and the Annual Founders ' Day Banquet. Nu Chapter, composed of alumni of the chapter, ha e gi en their wholehearted support to chapter activities. Silas J. Little Fres ' uieiit [296] i Altlll II. J. C. BeRGUN. H. p.. Ill BoNiv. B. C Jk. Dkinki 1 . C I. CaLDUI 11. 1 1, li. |n. CuLP. C. B. D. MAs. II. c;.. In. DhvuN. K, M. Tar Mi; 11, Z. T. TiiKi 111 s. S, W .. 111. Ham. W. S. I Iansin. a. T. I 1akiii.s ;|( . , li. I). 1 ll, SllA V. U. I-. Jamfs. X. C Jr. Jenki.ns, R. I). Lewis, C. E., Jr. lowder, a. n. McFarland, N. a., Jr. McQueen, B. G. .Mfacham, F. p. Pahdiie. R. a. Phelps. J. H. Prevette, J. H. Proffit, L. M. PUGH, C. R. Rankin, J. R. Smith. O. II. Smith, G. B. Street. C. A., Jr. Traywick. J. 1). V ' alls, L. J.. J I " . U ' lLLiAMs, A., Jr. WiNSLOW. 1 1. B. Woodleaf, L. a. tt v J " " y:,fl siGiTifl PHI 5v, 1 Miss Nancy McAuley Sponsor OFFICERS E. D. Palmc.ren Presides: VV. P. Bass Vice-Presidt ' iil J. II. McBrayer, Jr Secreliirv R. Y. Crews Treasurer RHO CHRPTER Delta Sigma Phi is an international social fraternity which was founded at the College of the City of New York on Dec. 10, 1899. At the present time there are sixty-four active cha))- ters comprising a membership of oxer 30,000. Rho Chapter is an outgrowth of the local fraternity. Gamma Alpha Nu Gamma, commonly called " The Gang. " On May 20, 1915, twenty of these members were gixen a charter to Delta Sigma Phi, forming Rho Chapter. During the past year the two main social e ' ents were the formal annual Founders ' Day Banquet held in December anil in the spring the annual Sailors ' Ball. 1 he Carnation, pub- lished quarterly, is the official publication of the " Delta Sigs. " The purpose of the Delta Sigma Phi is to give its members that intimate fellowship with men of good character so neces- sary to their full development and to supplement their cultural and professional education with training in those qualifications for citizens and leadership which are not directK a part ol the uni ersit limction. Edwin I). Palmgkkn [2981 Bass, W . 1 ' . Camehdn. |. K. Caubui;, S. M.. 111. Clendening, F. I CoMii-i. , A, CoDHiH, s. r. Crews. R. V. D ' Annoi.io, C. |. Fuller. K. E.. Jr. Havni-,. W W. Hehler. I). S. HiNE, P. E. Klein. H. J. LiVERMAN, A. B.. Jr. LoiMINACK. B. M. McBrayer, J. H.. Jh. li Bride. A. L. McCain, II. P.. Jr. McKtNzit. C. W., Jr. Maduery, J. T. Parish, W. . Randall. R. J. Rhea. J. V. Shields, iM. E. Soesbee, V. S. Spencer, J. A. Westmoreland. L. E., Jr. V ' lLLCOX, G. V. W ' lLSON, W. VanSickler. E. p. £ £i£ C) f (Ti Cl tmM-M Ik ' a r g £ i HflPPfl RLPHR ■ ■; :f J ; v :ri! itt V;? € Miss Btnv Maunlv Sponsor OFFICERS C. P. Roberts, Jr Prt- ' uk ' nt R. E. I Iardawav, hi ' icL ' -Jhi-sidciit R. 1 1. Spilman Secretary R. E. Dew Treasurer ]. F. Williamson, Jr listoriaii flLPHfl OfTIEGfl CHRPTER Kappa Alpha was founded at Washington and Lee Uni- versity in 1865 to perpetuate the Southern ideal of gentlemanlv character bv Robert E. Lee, its spiritual founder. The fraternity is patterned on an order of knighthood, and members are ex- pected to conform to the discipline of the order and culti ate the graces of Southern gentlemen. Kappa Alpha restricts its field to colleges and universities south of the Mason-Dixon line. At present there are 70 chap- ters within the order. Alpha Omega Chapter was chartered at North Carolina State College in 1903, being the second oldest fraternity on the campus. The chapter publication, The Rose and Mao)iorm, has been published periodically since 1941. Charles P. Roberts, Jr. Pie ' .ideiil [300] Anderson. W. V:. Baker. |. W. Bhaman. J. E. BOYFR. M I BiniH.i It--. K. M. Bruwn. C. C Brown. 11. R.. Jk. Choate. W. B. Craio. E. p.. Jr. Dalton. H. Mc:. Davis. W. P. Dav. t . M.. Jr. Dew. R. E. Enloe, W. G.. Jr. Eleming. R. H. Hardavvay. R. E., Ill Hines, L. D., Jr. Howell, B. S., Jr. Hughes, T. S.. Jr. Lawrence. J. B. MacManus, E. E. McCorkle, p.. Jr. McCoRKLE, W. D. .Norwood. J. W. Orr, a. S. Osborne, T. Z. Pease, J. H. Pender. R. G. Pressly, G. W. Rochelle. L). M. Smith. J. P. Smith, R. W ., Jr. Spilman, R. H. Travis. W. A.. Jr. Vann, H. a. ' aughan, J. B. Williamson, J. F., Jr. Wray, W. T, o i HRPPfl SIGmR " ■-• ' .V. ' - ' -t - sii;i ' . .V ' a6. ' ' ' : ' i.. r-vi ' ,v»l- ' ' : OFFICERS A. B. CuLBERTSoN, Jr President W. i . SiGMON Vice-President W. L. Burns, Jr Secretary H. C. West, Jr Treasurer J. B. Hilt, Jr Grand Master of Ck ' reiuouies ■ :.u . :»i ;H :v?i Miss Carolyn Short Sponsor BETR UPSILOn CHRPTER Five years after the Civil War, William Gregsbey Mc- Cormick, former head of the McCormick-Deerina Corpora- tion, and four friends founded the first American chapter of Kappa Sigma. Kappa Sigma had its original founding at the LIni ' ersit ' of Bologna in 1400 and soon spread to many of the larger uni ersities of Continental Europe. Since its founding in America on December 10, 1869, at the Llnixersitv of Virginia, Kapjia Sigma has expanded until now it has at least one chapter in e ery state in the union. There are o ' er 100,000 li ' ing alumni of the 120 aetixe chapters. Beta Upsilon was founded on the State College campus in 1902, and has initiated 390 men. The fraternity publishes the Cadiiceus, a magazine for its members, and the Star and Crescent, a secret publication. Easter of e ' ery year finds Kappa Sigma entertaining under- privileged children at an Easter egg hunt on Colonel Harrel- son ' s lawn. Arthur B. Chlbertson, Jr. Prc idcii! [302] Haiimiaiuu . . Ml BiZZEI.. . (. " .. )n. Hi m. C. I .. Ik. IUiuns. W ' m. I .. li! t loim, r. I). PlCKSON. A. T. GiiioN, A. II. HiLi. I. 15.. Ik. Holmes. J. .M . floNTYCim. O. ., Ji L.)Ni;, J. r., Jr. McLamb, R. C. MVNN. H. B. MdRRISON, S. E., Jr MosELV. H. ' . NKnoisoN. J. P,. oWELL. S. C. Ill R.AGAN, C. Jr. Rankin. R. II. Rose. D. J.. Jr. Rose. D. J.. II Shapard. R. p., hi SiGMON, W. H. Watt. C Jr. West. H. C, Jr. Withers, W. L. LRfTlBDR CHI flLPHR II AULA . . ;• ' •:-T»:- ' ••■: ' J.v■- ■, --•xx:•V v ' i ' -V■ ■V iv» ;r• OFFICERS B. B. HiGGiNS President C. B. Cease, Jr Vice-President W. H. Rea, Jr Secretary ]. G. McCracken Treasurer " ■ ' ■i y • :. . ' Miss Katherine Durham Sponsor GflmmR upsiLon CHRPTER Founded at Boston Uni ' ersity in 1909, Lambda Chi Alpha Frateinit ' has expanded until it is now the largest national fiateinitv, with one hundred and forty-four active chapters located at prominent colleges in the United States and Canada. Lambda Chi Alpha employs four full time traveling secretaries who aid and advise the local chapters. Last year an alumni secretary who assists alumni organizations and who co-ordinates a job-placement program was installed. The Cross and Crescent, the fratcrnitN ' magazine, is published se en times annually. Other Lambda Chi Alpha chapters in the state are located at Duke, Wake Forest, and Chapel Hill. The local chapter sponsors the annual Fraternity Bridge Tournament and a Christmas party for underpri ilegcd children. Brvan B. Miggins President [304] Adams. II. I . Andekson. Ci. I . Bfai. H. W. 111! KI . |. I.. Iiui I U( . I ' . r .. |i;. Ci Asr. C. li.. In. Davis. W. 15. Elin.wKs. W. S.. Iii. Evans, I). II.. Jr. Fowler. J. E. George. .A. ()., Jn. Gill. T. J.. Jr. GlILIAM. J. I). KiRBv. T. E.. Jr. I Iastv, L. C. iMacNeill. J. L. McCracken, J. G. McRlM.MON, A. S. Maxwell. G. M. OBriant. J. S. Randall. J. 1 1. Rea, W. H.. Jr. Reed. C. R. Smith, H. A. Smith, M. l . Tolleson. G. R. Washburn. J. R., Jr. I EPSILOn P OFFICERS R. A. Goodman President P. M. Koch Vice-President M. S. BnETTLER Secretary C. L. BoNDY Treasurer M. J. Silver Corresponding Secretary Mbs. Dorothe C. Turner Sponsor RLPHfl PHI CHRPTER On June 8, 1949, the Alpha Phi Chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi came into existence on the North CaroHna State campus. Previoush ' known as Phi Epsilon Tau, the Phi Ep ' s still carry on their old policy of fraternity liberalism, which was initiated in November of 1946 when thirteen State College students banded together to form the Alpha Chapter of Phi Epsilon Tau. During the winter of 1947, the local fraternity purchased a house at 207 Park Axcnue. The entire ear of 1948 was de ' Oted to e.xtensixe remodeling and redecorating of the chap- ter ' s new home. During the fall term of that academic year, the fraternity had its formal housewarming. After consulting with oflicials of many national fraternities, the local chapter decided to affiliate with Phi Epsilon Pi. This made Alpha Phi the thirty-fifth active chapter in the national organization. Phi Epsilon Pi presents its New Member Weekend in May of each year. The Weekend is dedicated to the newly accepted members of the fraternity. The Installation Banquet and the New Member Ball are the features of the Weekend. Robert A. Goodman President [306] Ai HI HI . . Amxinvix I. (. ' . F. HoN ' OY, C I Unrrii i ii, M. S. lilUHlKS, A. i . CoRWIN, A. C Davis. B. N. 1)| M()M1. 15. gotti ii h. k. 1 Iarhison. M. . Koch. D. Kocii. P. M. Linker. L. T. Maharam. I) II, Maharam. R. 1). Marrus. D. E. Payet. G. L. Ross. A. M. Rubin. H. E. Savwit . 1 1. S. Segal. P. M.. Jr. Shein. a Silver. M I. SoKOL. B. L. Turner. G. M. VVeinbeich. H. ■Jl W t y Hi hflPPR TflU OFFICERS R. P. WiLLARD President B. W. Roberts, Jr Vice-President S. T. Brown, Jr Secretary ]. P. Alexander Treasurer Miss Jean VVillard Sponsor CHI CHRPTER In 1906, four outstandino students at Miami llni cisit , Oxford, Ohio, founded the Phi Kappa 1 au fraternitv. The fraternity and its ideas were drawn up h ' Dwioht I. Douolas, W ' iUiam l . Shideler, Ta ' lor A. Borradaile, and Clinton D. Boyd. Phi Kappa Tau was founded to break up a monopoly on student elections which were held by fraternity unions. The orowth of the fraternit ' has been slow but consistent. Phi Kappa Tau has 57 acti ' e chapters and 31 alumni chapters throuohout the nation. Chi Chapter at North Carolina State was granted its charter in 1923. Before that time the chapter was a social fraternity composed of outstanding textile students. I he local was called Phi Psi Lambda. Richard P. W ' illard President [308] ALEXANntR. J. P Beam AN. |. II. Besso, M. J. BovcE. R. E. Bovo. W. II.. Jr. Brown. S. T.. Jr. Burns. W. C. FiiDv. C. II. PI KRPPR RLPHfl ( yy:c Miss Love Bhntlev Sponsor OFFICERS L. Sanford Presideiil B. Ross Vice-Presideiil J. T. LowRiMORE Secretary |. R. WiLKiNS Treasurer flLPHfl EPSILOn CHRPTER During the early spring of 1868, the friendship of six stu- dents at the University of Virginia grew into Pi Kappa Upha. From this hcginning, eighty years ago, the fraternity has branched out to torm ninet ' -t vo fraternal chapters. Alpha Epsilon was given its charter in October, 1904, and anniialK presents the PiKA Ball at North Carolina State. This ear will be the forty-second presentation of the Easter Monday Dance. Lawrence Sanford Prebideiit [310] I Am iu; vs. E. p.. Ill I!aix iitu)ii. W. 1 1. Batsdn, W. K. Bell, I. H. Blul, C a . Ill Bkadshaw , t I . lilUlOKs. . I , Carlson. K. -. t ' nAMHl lU AIN, I. 1. C llltlSI IAN. |. II. Coiih. 1. U. (.Diuiiii, . S. t RAMLK. 1 I. Cramer. L. Crih Kl H. W. F. DiUrn. S. K. FlDLl r. . . H. Flvnn. R. 1). Freeman. |. I)., |ii. 1 li)LT, W. deBossei, Jr. Horning. D. T. Jones. C. V ' .. Jr. Kellam. J. R. Kennedy. C. C. King. W. B. Lasiter. T. T. LoWRlMORE. |. T. Martin. D. A. Merritt. O. K.. Jr. iMerritt. R. H. Moore. ]. M. Neal. a ' . B. Pa rk. C. B. Patrick. W. H.. Jr. PlKH, D. S. (JuiNN. . . H.. |r. Radford. R. L). Randle. J. M. Rector, VV. B. Robinson. C. H. Ross. B. Rouse. D. C Ir. Scull. J. F. Spencer. D. 1. Stafford. F. F. Steen. J. B.. Jr. Tharri.ngton, C T. Thompson. J. . X ' anstory. R. M. X ' augh.n. W .a., Jr. Walker. L. U. U ' . rd. B. T. Watson. O. G. Watts. M. B. White. P. P. White. W . li. Whitley. H 1 . Whitley. J. ]{. V ' lLKINS. J. R. VXlNGFIELD. J. W.. Jr. Winston, K. W. Wood, |. B. p , ri p y PI KflPPfl PHI mm :■ • :- ' v ;;t-Av■: ;;:- 7r• ' -;,• ' JA- ' T :■i;■:: f:• •-? ?■-. ' £5 u.U.-: Miss Jacqueline Creep Sponsor OFFICERS H. U. Moore Preshlenl F. E. Perkins, Jr Secretory M. R. Damron, Jr Treasurer P. L. Love Warden D. F. McCuLLOCH Chaplain L. E. PoTEAT Historian TRU CHAPTER Pi Kappa Phi was founded at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, Dec. 10, 1904. It was a concrete and perma- nent result of a friendship that had flourished since the ele- mentary school days in the environs of one of the Souths oldest towns. With the definite purpose of extendine; the influence of the organization, the incorporation as a national fraternitx took place in 1907. The purpose of the fraternity is " to promote fellowship and mutual trust among its memhers, to uphold the ideals and traditions of the college where its chapters arc located, to encourage excellence in scholarshi]i, and to inculcate in its members the highest ideals of Christian manhood and good fellowship. " Each ear Pi Kappa Phi sponsors an annual inlerlraternitx sing to promote cultural interest and competition among the fraternities at North Carolina State College Hazel II. Modme President [312] Adams. 1). A. Ammons, 11. L. Andkhson. 1 . c;. Atwi 1 1 . M. I)., In I!VM 11, II I) liMiMiAiiiii. W. C, In Hiin , 1. 1 lilUlIANAN, . C . C ' arh.auav. 1. 1)., |r. C IIAl-MAN, 1 ' . 15. DaMHON, M. n.. JH. 1 OX, c;. w . c;iLi.. T. c. C ' .hk;gs, J. G. I Iahiiii I., F,. T., In. I IlNSON, R. L. Ilir(.in s, c;. 11. Johnson. 1 " . |.. ]n. Jones, 1 . C " . JoYNtli, . . 1. Lane, R. N. Love, P. L., Jk. Moon, E. C. Jr. Moon, L. B. Morrison. W. F. murphey, f. c. McConnell. J. C. McCuLLOCH. D. F. McQuiNN. J. H. Neel, O. a., Jr. Perkins, F. F., jr. Pi.EiMMONS, J. K., |k. POTEAT, L. E. RoESKE, h . T. Ross. J. A. TllO.MASO.N, S. W. Whetstone. P. A. White, A. P.. Jr. Wilson, W. II. K- .,1- Vr- P P 9 icmR aiPHR ML on OFFICERS W. M. Clark Lmiiwui Aiclii n M. A. Arnold Eniiiieni Dc juitr Arvlmn T. K. Atkinson Eiu ' nieiit RecDrder C. W. Roberts Eminent Correspondent G. P. Forehand Eniineut Treasurer Mrs. J. VV. Clakk Spomur n. C. flLPHR CHRPTER Sigma Alpha Epsilon was the first of the great hnc ot Southern fraternities. Founded at the University of Alabama in 1856, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, now the second largest national fraternity, has always been a leader in the Greek world. The membership of Sigma lpha Epsilon consists of 127 acti ' e co llegiate chapters and 120 active alumni chapters, lhkI the fraternity points with pride to its 64,000 living alumni. SAE leads the Greek world in the number of chapter houses owned, the number of initiates and the number of living members. The Record, quarterly publication of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, has a circulation of 56,000 copies, the largest of anv fraternity publication. North Carolina Mpha is the third newest chapter of the fra- ternity, and it has been on the State College campus since Oct. 24, 1947. Since that time, SAE has taken its rightful )ilace among the other great fraternity chapters of the campus and is doing its part in |)r(i ing the greatness of the Amerit.in Greek letter fraternit . V.4LTER M. C ' l. hk } iii ' nifiil Arctidii [314] Ahmfhi i . 1 r. Aknold. M. a.. 111. Atkinson. T. K. Bkckfh. Ii I I Bovirs. 1 1 . lit. Hkiiim. IV II. Ill t ' oBLH. J. t. Coble. IV P . In. CoNNtH. J. . 1. DuLapf. r. i:.. Ir. DoRNSUlF, A. J. 1 tRKKl.L, C " .. 1). I-OKtll.VM). ( ' .. 1 ' ., Jn. 1 l. HR.ALSON. J. C I Iakkis. . 1 1.. Ir. I l. vwoRTii, R. H., Jr. Hester, J. L. Lambert. 1). M. l.AMPE, H. . LAWKtNtt. I). I ' ., Jk. Lewis, L. B. LOVVDER, J. L. Maples, H. M.. Jr. Moore. K. C. NivEN, ' . I).. Ir. OlxlM. II. S. Richardson, B. E. Rives, H. A., Jr. Roberts, C. W. Sparger, H. T., Jr. Wester, D. F. Williams, O. D. ILl lAMSON. I. P. York. U . , I.. |k. 0 u f h i l 9 m.r i-» f W - 4 p% ' r 4 .c c Xt iBAlpbaH nncn Gjia Bj-RHfl mu t-LORENCE CoNCOOL Sponsor OFFICERS N. J. CoNcooL Prior S. O. Gluck Recorder I. D. Binder Exchequer SIGmfl OmEGR CHRPTER Sigma Alpha Mu was founded at the College of the City of New York on ' I ' hanksoiving Eve, Nov. 26, 1909. The founders, ciuht men who pledged themselves to a lasting hond of friendship, had no idea of the xast organization that would flower from the seeds thev had planted. The object of the fraternit as expressed in its constitution is " to foster and main- tain among its sons a spirit of mutual moral aid and support, to install and maintain in the hearts of its sons love for and lovalty to Alma Mater and its ideals, to inculcate among its sons such ideals as will result in actions worthv of the highest precepts of true manhood, democracv, and humanitv. " Sigma Omega Chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu is the outgrowth of a local fraternity, Theta Phi, which had its beginning in 1929. From its inauguration, the fraternity has always main- tained high standards of scholarship and conduct. This year Sigma Alpha Mu dedicated its new house at 304 East Park Dri c to the eight men Inim the chapter who were killed in World War 11. Norman ). (ijncool Pi L ' siiU ' ii! [316] liinNsiii . I. Hindi k. I I ), Bill NNlill. 1 1. BnoDKS. I). 1. Cohen, S. Ill.RKIS, S. II. FHHHIlor. |. . . C;iurK. M. C. GlAlCK. S. C). Gold. li. C n 1.. . i;. CJoi DiiiRc:. 1 1. S. GoLHNPAUL, I 1. Jacob. H. A. . Jacobs. G. R. Jacorson, II. M. Kahn. 1 1. Kallman, .M. Lavitt. p. LtviN, R. 1. 1 INK, J. L. Madison. AI. A. Margolis, W. AIessinger, a. MlNTZER, S. M. iN ' arvev. S. Pinto, S. S. PUDNOS, M. Ruben, S. Schenkman, f I. I. Silverstein. . I. L. Soling, F. iM. Steinweg, R. S. Urowitz, S. W C ktPM L L rr f» 7 SIGfTlFI CHI ■ ' » .- .iii. ,i v ' iA ' i- " . OFFICERS E. W. Bringle President W. J. Evans ViccPresideiil R. L. Ward Secretary 1. N. Owens Treasurer -5 • ■J AtVi i • ««■ ■ . Miss K. Harrison Sponsor DELTA EPSILOn CHAPTER I Sigma Chi Fraternitw tlic nineteenth ecillc e lraternii in be founded, was established at Miami Uni ersitv in Oxionl. Ohio, on June 28, 1855. TodaN ' , Si(;ma Chi has 119 cha|iters in leading colleges and imi ' ersities throuohout tiic LInited States and Canada. The Delta Epsilon Chapter at North Carolina State was installed on May 15, 1943, after two years ' existence as a local haternit known as Chi Sigma. Traditional activities of the chapter include the annual Christmas party for Raleigh orphans and the annual Sweet- heart Ball and Banquet. Securely established in their new chapter house at 2514 Clark Avenue, Delta Epsilon takes an acti e )iart in all campus affairs. Emmftt W. Bringle President [318] Ammons. W. 1. HaUNIS. IV f. ' Hatciii I on. U. W. llAXTHl, IV I Ri VI . W . I .. |i-,. Hiu ir N w, 1 W, I ' .iiii . I. . I... 111. I r.uM, W. W . t ' liAiu ION-. W, (;. t UlilSl INIUIRV. I . L. ClHMINT. A. 1.. fclllNClL. 1-. 1.. CnAWFonn, |. I). CURLIN. C. 1 . Davis, W . I . DoBSON. I . A. DoGctn, W . O. DooLi V. I. B. linwAHDs. I. C. liiuviN, C " . A.. |k. FlI.lClOTTO. J. J. Glasgow. W. L. tidODMAN. J. C;.. Jr. I Iarris. 1 1. L. 1 ItNDtRsoN, O. II.. Jr. Holt. S. B.. HORNE, W. P. Johnson. D. L. Jones, R. H. KiRKMAN. W. M. I Aim. B. M. Li ;oN. E. B. Little. J. D.. Jr. MrCoRMKK. V. M. Majette. J. P. Margeits. R. C. Meador. J. T. MiMS. V. G.. Jr. . iooRE, A. y. .Moore, C W ■ Morgan, J. P., Jr. NuNis, H. N. Owens, J. N„ Jr. Patterson, J. D. Pittman, R. A. Ralph. W. G. RoBBiNS, J. D., Jr. Ross, V. O. Scott, E. K. Shepherd, G. W. Stidham. S. F. Styres, R. N. Sugg, R, R., Jr. Taylor, T. A. Ternouth, R. Thigpen, A. H. Thrower, R. G. Trollinger. J. W. Thomas. R. G., Jr. Ward, R. L. W ' iNECOFF, F. L. W ' inecoff. G. T. W ' instead. E. G. Wood. G. M. WvATT. J. C Jr. Zimmerman, A. K. O ! O ( P 9 V p n p r! p 9 g p p( T ' p p p ( ,P O ( Q p C) o J- ppi p p p CTt C (!5 MiGmR nu 5.-»-V -o- ' ' ;r,v-,jjt. Miss Sara Jean Hartsock OFFICERS J. L. fUisnER, Jr CommanAcr M. D. Gill Licutciunii Coviiuaudcr G. A. Gatlin Secretary E. A. ScHLiRF Treasurer BETR TRU CHRPTER Sigma Nu originated from the Legion of I lonor, a secret society organized in 1868 at the Virginia Militar ' Institute. The four Founders were mo ' cd hv ideahstic hopes, and thev founded a society which would inculcate honor and mutually benefit its members. Since its founding the fratcrnit ' has th 102 acti c chapters prospered, and at the present tunc tliere are throughout the country. It is the oldest fraternity at State College, Beta Tau Chajitcr ha ' ing been installed here in 1895. 1 he purpose ot 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 aehiexement, character, and social de- velopment, all to the end of becoming better men and better citizens. " John L. Rusher, Cotiimaiiiler [320] Andhiws. J. ' .. Jr. Ahmstkonc. r. H., In. Bass. L. H.. In. BosT, C. r., !i . Cauble. 1 . a. Gotten. B. P. Crosby. R. M.. Ill Choxson, R. a. Denyes. W. OisnER. 1 ' . I .. Jr. Dyer. W. F.. Jr. Fix. T. p. Gatlin. G. a. Gill. M. D. Goode. F. C. GuLD, H. L. Hansberger, J. L.. Jr. Harand. J. J. Harris. W. B. Hicks, W. D. 1 loBSON, E. S. HUTCHINS, F. T. Jernigan, G. J.. Jr. Jones, R. M. Kral, R. LiN.N. D. C Jr. Morris. C. R. IMOSER, W. C. Pickett. G. E.. Jr. Rasbury, E. L., Ill Rogers. G. B. Ruth. J. F. ScHLIRF. E. A. Shober, R. H. Stoll, J. D. Walsh. W. T. Willard, R. V. W ' ray, R. L.. Jr. rP P p P o ' X y. . y O P p sicmR pffl EPSiLon m? ■ ' .- ' a -: - . .- ' r-..-. .--.fi-vS OFFICERS J. L. HoLLowAY President J. R. Bunch Vice-President R. S. Hall, Jr CoiujytroUer R. D. DiLLENDER Secretary R. T. Mitchell Historian Miss Ludia Venters Sponsor n. C. BETR CHAPTER Sigma Phi Epsilon was Founded at Richmond Colleoe, Richmond, Va., in November, 1901. The parent chapter selected a heart-shaped badge and were at first called the " Sacred Hearts. " North Carolina State ' s chapter was the thir- teenth chapter in the nation to be organized. Last ear N. C. Beta of Sigma Phi Epsilon mo ' ed to Clark A eniic to their new home, purchased h the alumni association. James L. Holloway President [322] I Hlue, j. II . BoDWKLl . I . HoLTz, c;. I. BONEY, C. II. liiioAinvi I I . I l IU) Nl 1:1 . . 1 ' M. W. BlIMC.AnNIll. I . I . lUlNllI, J. Iv t ' AsmoN. IV W. CnADWUK. 1-. C. Christy, M. G. Cunningham. ]. I-. DllllMlhl!. l . IX. k. Dillon, L. C ]n. Faulkner, T. 1 1. Fehr, J. K. Cower, I. W. Grant. F. H. Hall, R. S. HoBBs, L. M. James. W. E., Jr. Johnson, J, F., Jr. Jones, B. T.. Ill Leonard. B. E. Lewis. J. 1). Lowe. A. A. iMassenburg, E. S. Maxwell, A. J. Meacham, R. B. Mitchell, R. T. MosER. H. W.. Jr. Neal. F. a.. Jr. Poteat, j. a. Powell. D. E. Prongay, R. G. Pruden, G. B. Ramsey, H. W. Redfearn, C, W, Reid, a. B. Ricks, T. E. rodgers, d. l. Rodgers, j. a. RuCKER. O. G., Jr, Sappenfield, C. L Sellars, E. M. ScoviL, R. AL Smith, C. E. Talbert, ' . H. Thayer, C. FL LIpchurch. T. j. ' ause, j. N. W ' alton, C. I., Jr. Weir, W. R., ' Jr. Westmoreland, R. XA ' iGGINS, J. B. Williams. J. FL WoODARD, T. AL Yandle, D. O. Q 9 Q P O C« ' P 9 Q , - ' Tj ift O P 9 j O ip p p ' " ' O p ,p fP r: loi ffl siGmfl PI .••..ti--.- ' 5Xv ' ,ft ' «5-Sviv:- Miss Mittie Venters Spotisor OFFICERS C. Pritchard Sage H. A. Williams First Counselor R. Prichard Second Counselor D. Moore Third Counselor L. A. Corning, III Fourtit Counselor RHO CHRPTER Sigma Pi, national social fraternity, was Founded at Vin- cennes University, Vincennes, Indiana, Feb. 26, 1897. The purpose of its founders was " to organize the most vorthy activities, social, athletic, and scholarly, and to set a high standard of manliness and college loyalty. " The fraternity now has forty-three acti e chapters located throughout the nation. Rho Chapter, formerh ' the local Sigma Chi Gamma, was installed at State College in 1921. The chapter ov ns its own chapter house located at 2513 Clark A cnuc, two hlocks from the college campus. The e ent of the year for the fraternity is the annual Founders ' Day Banquet, held this year on Feb. 25 at the Sir Walter Hotel. The formal event was in celebration of the founding of the fraternity, and at this dance, which was called the Orchid Dance this year, each girl was presented with an orc hid corsape. Carl Pritchard President 1 [324] Ballard, F. I. Baknes. W. E. Barnette, M. D. Britland, W. H. Bullock, D. ClIHISTIAN. I , W. CORBETI, K. M.. JR. Corning. L. A., Ill Craig. E. W. Davis. V ' . D.. Jr. English. W. A. ESKRIDCE. B. B. Ferrell, E. . Fogleman, S. H.. In. FOLB. R. Freeman. G. E. Garner. C. L. Hamilton, W. E., Jr. HiNES, E. H. HOLCOMB, W. L. HOLLOWELL, W. E., Jr. Irvin, L. R. Johnson, T. R.. Jr. Lambert, G. S. LeGrand, C. a. Moore, W. D. McKiM, H. P. Page, W. S. Pickett, A. E. Prichard. R. a. Powell, D. L. Purvis, J. L. Rodman, J. p. RiTSCH, R. a. Robertson. W. V. RuDD. A. L. Savage, H. M. Snyder, V. Spri.nkle, J. F. Sunderland. W. I. Thompson, W. F. Todd. J. D.. Jr. Tolan, L. E. Walker. C. S. Williams. H. A.. Jr. Withers, C. C. Young. D. R, Jr. V-S ' M, M p p n pi 4 trflu Kflppfl EPsiLon Mrs. Coy Hewett S ponsor OFFICERS C. Hewett Pres ' ule)!t E. F. Pettinelli Vice-President R. B. White Secretary T. A. Kepley Treasurer W. C. McLean Historian BETA BETA CHAPTER After World War II, when the National Chapter of Alpha Lambda Tau failed to reactivate, the members of Zeta Chapter at North Carolina State College voted to join a strong national fraternity. Tau Kappa Epsilon was installed at North Carolina State College on Jan. 19, 1947. Aided bv a strong alumni. Beta Beta Chapter has continued to grow steadilv. During the past vear the chapter house has been painted and redecorated, manv new members ha e been initiated and a chapter newspaper has been ilistriliiited regu- larly among alumni and friends. The chapter owns its own house at 10 Enterprise Street. Coy Hewett President [326] ' •W: m ' • ' .;• •■ " f: . ' -.■ r. ' f 1 l!lMK. II. I).. I„. BosT, C. S. Cash. W. R. Downey, H. }■, Hanna, 1. II Henkel. W. K. Hodges. S. C. Jh. Jackson, 1 1 | , |n. Katsifos, M. S. Kepley. T. a. Laughon. J. C. McGee. W. C. Jr. McLean, V. C. Nardiello. R. r. ownley, r. e. Pace, D. R.. Jk. Pettinelli, E. F. puryeab, r. g. Ricks, J. P.. Jr. Sapp, R. a. Shell, H. T. Shuping, J. A. Stravvbridge, H. K. Strickland, E. E. Tait, R. H. Turner, J. R. ' hite, R. B. Wilson, J. L. -L i Cfc - FEATURES Edited hy Betty Ann Cline I t id .- ' .¥r mf romeci mRS. THOmRS E. PRRRISH or Thomas E. Parrish Art Editor I- r I I 1 miss BOBBIE ROSS for E. Preston Andrews, [r. Assistant Business Manager tafP nondord miss BOBBIE THompson or Louis L. Holder Aisistaut Editor mRS. E. L mUSTIRD for Louis Mustian Associate Business Mana er miss mRRTHR BUIE for Charles G. Buie Associate Editor T imSS MTM SiiLEf BEVERLY ROSS BUSINESS MGR.THE AGROMECK miss DOTTY coRPEninc HoYLE B. Adams President (jf the Caiupiis CoveriiniciH ■334- miss RiDR incRRm LiNZY E. BOVLES President uj the liDiior Class n mnS. THEODORE p. uuiLLiRmson 1 HEODORE p. Williamson Editor of the Watangnn [336] miss FRnriKiE osborre Warken VV. Robertson Business Manager of the Southern Engineer m- I ■«i a %r miss BETTY JERn UUOLF G. Pate Forehand, Jr. Business Manager of the Textile Forum Ss; :i - iS : I [338] miss SRLLY JO HRmRICh I Max G. Erwin President of the AgrictiUmal Club I mRS. YRTES m. BRRBER John C. Barber President of Blue Key I [340] I mRS. JOHn C. SCHEVIflK Harvey II. Sciiuviak President of Thirty and Three i-» I -■ - ;■ i. ' i v. ' ■■ ' ■: mRS. LEUuis m. rllepi Lewis M. Allen President of the Engineers Council 342 mRS. RICHARD H. nORRELL Richard 1 1. Norrell President of Sigma Tau Sigma mRS. LOLO R. DOBSOn LOLO A. DoBSON President of Al ha Zeta [344: miss RiTiELiR Dixon Woonnow p. Bass President of the hitcrjrateniitv C.ninicil I mRS. BURUUELL SITIITH BuRWELL Smith Editor of the Aii rictilturi l [346: mRS. LRRRY B. fTlcDRDE Larry B. McDaof, President of Tail Beta Pi • i % I - ■iik f I miss ELRinE SmETRRR Frederick O. Smetana Business Manager of W ' WP [348] as mRS. VIRGIL G. mims ' iik;il Ci. Mims President of Golden ( ' Iniiii I 1 P miss Rnn moniGomERY William E. Hollowell, Jr. Editor of the Southern Eu;j, ' n!uer 350 " miss mRRGRRET UUILLIRmS Wll LIAM H, I ' m I I ' S Business Manager of ihc I ' iuctHiii ii sr •%H mRS. J. p. moRGRn, jr. J. p. Morgan, Jr. President of Knppn Phi Kappa I i II ■352 mRS. UUILLIRITI m. BRRRHRRDT William M. Bahnhardt Editor of the Textile Fonim I miss HELEn BRRRHRRDT John D. Iodd, Jr. President of the Toiiipkius Textile Society [354] miss BRRBflRfl UUinDHRfTI IIenuv a. Vann President oj the Inter-Dormitury Coinwil • ■ ' i mRS. EFIRL T. DICKS Earl T. Dicks, Jr. President of the Y.M.C.A. 356 miss JERn uuiLson Avery C. Brock President of the Senior Class KflBBS ' ll Bb ' 1 K 1 m X ■■ ■ ■ miss nELL PROCTOR H. Wade DuBose Station Manager of WVWP [358] mRS. J. 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Clogston came to State Colleoc after a twentvvear tenure as Athletic Director at St. Lawrence Universitx in Canton, New York. His formal education includes a deorec in physical education from Sprinofield Col- lege and a master ' s degree from New York University. His first official post was at Middleburv Colleoe in Massachusetts as assistant director of athletics, after which he returned to Springfield and completed work on a B.S. degree. The following year he attended New York LIni ersity and recei ed a master ' s de- gree. At the present time he has nearh ' com- pleted work for a doctor ' s degree. Clogston lends a very personal and con- scientious interest to the school ' s athletic pro- gram. He is constantly endea ' oring to impro e the facilities in all of the sports and has been instrumental in expanding the program in general. RecentK ' , he was responsible for the addition of a soccer team and a fencing team to State College ' s intercollegiate schedule. The State College Athletic Director is rapidly becoming one of the top men in the Southern Conference, thus expanding the reputation he has enjoyed for many years. Roy B. Clogston is truly one of the outstand- ing college athletic directors in the nation. I G. Allen Nelms Field Secretciry of the Wolfpack Chi .. 1 John F. Miller Head of Depiirtiiieiit of Physical Education and Intramural Athletics Ed Storey Athletic Publicity Director Front rou ' , left to riglit: Dcsprcs, Andrews, Watts, Fletcher, Saunders, Cartier, Thompson, Ritchie, Dostanko, Goodman, Bvler, D. Cheek. Second row. Stafford, Mandel, Goldberg, Davis, Smith, Swart, E. Martin, Morris, M. Martin, Tencick, Lojko. Third row. Brown. Cramer, Lea, Blue, Hunter, Vernon, Rudolph, Muoncy, McCurmick, Carlson, Council. Fourth row. Joyce, Henrv, Johnson, Jones, Romanowskv, Sloan, Stine, Harris, Denyes, Shober, Davenport, Schacht. Fifth row. O ' Rourke, Morse, Costa, Tofaute, Dickey, Harand, Turbvtill, Horvath, Bubas, Ranzino, J. Martin, Fowler, J. Cheek. monoGRRin club Lilll- IlUJMPSO.N President Bill Thompson President Vic Bubas Vice-President Don McCormick Secretary Jim Bvler Treasurer George Pickeit, Memhersliip Secy. George Andrews . .Program Chiii)!. Ial Saunders . . Piihlicity Director John V. Morgan . . Facidty Adviser C. H. UiiNLAP Facidty Adviser CHEERLEADERS At right: W. Scott Eu- banks, Bob Worrell. Henrv Champion, Charles Kino, Cerakl Mann, and Al Parker. Mann, Parker, Worrell, Keiger, and Champion started the season under the leadership of W. Scott Eubanks and became the backbone of the Cheerleading Squad as it progressed throughout the school year. None of these boys had had any previous experience as a cheerleader, but each of them did his job like a veteran. In the early part of the football season, six more persons were added to the squad. These were S. Hines, Kelly, Westmoreland, the two Hines sisters, and Lib Lee. For the first time at State College, organized tumbling was introduced. Throughout the year the pep rallies featured comedy skits, audeville acts, downtown parades, and fireworks. This year the Cheer- leaders had completely new uniforms. A highlight in the festivities of the flomecoming game was the wearing of red and white polka-dot shorts by both the boy and girl cheerleaders. -)} The Terrific Trio . . Cute, Huh! On the eve of the BIG oaiiie. Speaking of ivhtit end ' s up Euhnnks brings fireworks to State CoUege. And the hand yhiyi on k-L ff mP.im W ' ali Slatkr Backfield Coach Al Rotella Line Coach CHAKI,lt RAMt End Coach THE CORCHinC STRFF Beattie Feathers assumed his duties as head football coach at State Colleoe in 1944 after serving a year as backfield mentor under Doc Newton. Beattie played his first football for Bristol, Virginia, High, where he made All-State four years and All Southern two years. After playing for General Bob Nevland at Tennessee as an All-American tailback, he starred in professional ranks for seven years. Walt Slater took over Babe Wood ' s job as backfield coach in 1948. Walt attended the University of Tennessee in 1942-43. Back from the war, he finished out his football with the Vols in 1946. One year of professional football preceded Slater ' s appearance on the campus of State College. Charles Ramey, end coach, came from Ashland, Kentucky, where he was athletic director and head football coach. Coach Ramey gained national fame when his 1942 Ashland Tomcats won the state crown. That same year he was named " High School Coach of the Year. " Line Coach Al Rotella came to State straight from Ten- nessee. Al started his football career at Paterson, New Jersey, High. He continued it at Tennessee in 1941 and 1942 and then went to the Army. After the war. Coach Rotella returned to Tennessee and finished his schooling. He remained with the Vols in 1947 as assistant line coach and then came to State the following vear. What ' s up. Coach? The " underdogs " come throiiuli. Look out, Carolina! " Ill lake him! " Juslicc thrown for loss by entire State line. THRILLER RT CHflPEL HILL In the 1949 fciotball season ' s opener. State dropped a 26 6 decision to the University of North Carolina 1 ar Heels. The two teams battled on c ' en terms for three quarters before the Carolina lads could muster enough scoring strength to down the Pack. All-American Charlie (Choo ChtxO Justice proxed to be the deciding factor in the game. Justice, bottled up b ' the powerful State line, had to take to the airways to carr ' his team to ictorv. Coach Beattie Feathers ' lads had three opportunities to score but could onlv capi- talize on one of them. Midxvax of the third quarter, tailback Bill 1 hompson plunged o cr from llic three ,ircl line for the Big Red ' s first and onl ' score. On the opening kickoff, fullback Jim O ' Rourke getting excellent blocking bv his tcainmates, hauled the ball to the Carolina 29 yard line before being downed. Three plavs later. Bill Thompson, on a running pass, hit end Tonv Romanowskv on the Tar Heel 15 for a first down. However, after Thoinnson had carried to the two, the big Carolina line held and consequently took the ball o ' er on downs. State made its second bid in the closing minutes of the first half. Tailback Ed Moone ' returned a Justice punt to the Tar Heel 41. The Pack ' s Ogden Smith and Dick Johnson highlighted a drive to the 36. At that point. Smith tossed a long aerial to end Roland Simon for a first down on the 15. Then sophomore Bob Branxan took another Smith hca e for a first down on the fixe yard line. Again Smith passed, but the lar Heels ' Dick Bunting intercepted behind his goal line to end the threat. tSLil,!- Paul ' I i.nan Tiiilback Lioli IJHAiNVON End Elmer Costa Tackle Tom Morse Tackle Ann IKI) ROMEIEH Tackle so HEAR RRD YET SO FAR After losing to the powerful Carolina Tar Heels, the luckless Pack plaved host to Clemson ' s de- fcndino Conference champions. The liocrs bareh ' edged the fighting Wolfpack eleven, 7-6. Led bv their hard charging full back Fred Cone, Clemson scored its lone touchdown in the second lieriod when Cone plunged over. Chandler, a substitute guard, split the uprights for the all-important extra point which pro ' ed to be the margin of victory. State ' s offense, which had bogged down in the first half, caught fire in the third quarter. The South Carolinians, backed up in their own territorv, were forced to punt. Soph wingback Paul Dinan snagged the ball on his own 15 and galloped down the sidelines for 77 vards before he was brought down. Dinan scored three pla ' S later when he caught a pass thrown by Bill I ) ' ! iiniku, Casta, itihl h ' juuit u i .nf th Nlooney breaks through for a first down. Thompson in the end zone. Guard Jim Bvler ' s trv extra point was wide and State trailed 7-6. After the Pack scored, neither State nor Clemson could put together an offense which would click, and the game ended with the Tigers out in front. Victory Seemed Certain, But . . . Tra ' eling to C ' harlottc, to engage the hapless Da ' idson College Wild- cats, State suffered its first defeat at the hands of a Cat ele ' en since 1936. Da idson capitalized on a pass inter- ception to turn certain defeat into a hard-earned 20-14 ictorv. The determined Wildcats turned the trick with just six minutes re- maining in the game. With the Pack on the Da ' idson nine vard line and almost certain to score, Jake Wade hauled down a State College pass and sped 95 vards for the Cat clincher. Little Ed Moonev, the Wolfpack ' s star tailback, was responsible for both of the Pack ' s scores. After running ofl tackle for the initial TD in the first period, he opened the second half with a brilliant 90-vard run on the kickoff to score standing up. Jim O ' Rourke FuUback 5iLL Swart Tackle Norm Cegelis Tackle Vitus Kaiser Blockina Back « IV ri y. " , Sicile and Duke battle in conference tlirillcr. R HERRT-BRERKER States ne ' ei-sa -die spirit almost wmi thcni a tic against tlic heaxiU Fa oicd Duke Blue I e ils. hut instead the Pack suffered their fdurtli straight loss. ith line minute leh in the game and State huried deep (in their own se ' en ' ard line, the locals hurned up 90 ards in a er ' few seconds. Ed Moonex flipped a 15-vard pass to Bill Thompson, who took the ball on the State 20 and took oH. Getting two good blocks, he headed for the left corner of the end zone, onlv to be downed on the Duke three. The Statemen were not to be denied, howe er, and on the next pla Ogden Smith passed to end Tonv Ronianowsk ' for the second Pack TD. Sophomore Charlie Westbrook ' s kick missed the uprights b ' inches, and seconds later the ball game was o er. The first State touchdown came after the second quarter was fi e minutes old. Switching from the Tennessee single wing to the T formation, Ogden Smith engineered the dri e to pav dirt. The drive started with Bill 1 hompson taking a Duke punt on his own 13 and running it back to the 45, where the T got into high gear. Paul Dinan took a pitch-out from Smith and sprinted around left end for 20 vards. Smith, again on a long aerial to Dinan, put the ball on the Blue Devils ' 14. On the next plav, after faking a pass, T-Quarterback Smith carried to the seven. Fullback Paul Bruno hit the center and bulled down to the two. However, Smith fumbled and lost ten yards. Then with fourth and 1.3 to go, he passed to Ste c Kossila in the end zone to register the touchdown. Left to right: Backs O ' Rourke, Mac.Xhtiilir Thompson, and Bowlbv. Steve Kossila End L 11 Al ' .l 11 AlUSSLl! Guard Joe Uaneau Guard John Nicholson Guard , ||__— - _ K -fei t " ,j P 1 m _ _ Oy HomECommc If statistics and line plav decided a ball ame, the State Wolfpack would have edocd Maryland; but the Old Liners took ad ' antaae of their scoring opportunities and sent the luckless Pack down to a 14-6 defeat before a large Homecoming crowd. The State team outbattled the Terrapins in the line, holding them to 63 yards and five first downs, but could not find the correct combination in the backfield to hit pay dirt. The leaders in the excellent Wolfpack defense were tackles Elmer Costa and Ted Dostanko, guard Charlie Musser, and Bob Bowlby and Tom Tofaute, line backers. The three Maryland fumbles that the Pack recoyered resulted from the inspired playing by the hard charging State line. Coach Feathers ' men opened the game fast, scoring in the first quarter. With Ed Mooney bearing the brunt of the attack from his tailback position, the Wolfpack marched from the midfield stripe to the Old Liners ' goal. Mooney ' s pass to end Stc ' c Kossila made the score 6-0, State. However, Maryland came storming back and scored in the second and fourth quar- ters. Fullback Modzellewski took a pitchout and circled left end for the first Terrapin TD, and sub halfback Cianelli intercepted a Pack aerial and returned it 39 yards for the other Old Liner score. Mooney to Kossila for n TD. Gene Ferrell End Third row: End Ton Rtimanowskv. Tackle Ahmed Romeieh, End Gene Farrell, Center Tom Tofaute, Fullback Jim O ' Rourke, Guard Ralph Calvano. Tackle Elmer Costa, Guard Joe Daneu. Tailback Charles ' estbro4ik. Fullback Dick Johnson. Fntirtli tow: Guard John Nicholson, Wingback Norm Sloan, (xuard Walt Schnacht. End Bemif AUman. Guard Charles Musser. Wingback Gordon Goodman. Tackle Bill Swart, Guard Jim Bvler. Guard Ralph Burnette. fifth row: Manager Bill Musser, Wingback Bill Thompson, Center John Hardino, Tailback Ed Moone , Tackle Tom Morse, W ' inoback George MacArthur, Guard Bemie Watts, Tackle Norm Cegelis, Manager Jack Leroy. DflmE FORTUnE SmiLES AT LAST With the season halfway o er and w ithout a win to their credit, the Wolfpack eked out a nan ' ow 14 13 win o er a fiohtini X ' iruinia lech ele en in the mud of Norfolk ' s tiiird annual 0 ster Bowl game. Tailhack Charles Westbrook ' s two perfect conversions s| ' :elled doom for the Gobblers. Led b - backs Ed Moonev and Bill I hompson. who scored the State touchdowns, Coach Feathers ' team had the upper hand in the first half of the contest, but the Tech- men took the offensi e in the second half and almost provided an upset. State ojiened the game fast bv scoring early in the first period. Fullback Jim O ' Rourke intercepted a Tech pass on his own 10, and getting good blocking, went down to the 47. After a succession of power plays through the middle of the line, Bill Thompson carried o er for the score. In the second jieriod, the Pack scored again on a 33-yard run by Mooney. The Wolfpack forward wall was directly responsible for halting the Gobblers in the second half. All-Southern Ciuard Charlie Musser, All-State Tackle Elmer Costa, and end Ion Romanowsk were particularb outstanding. Paul Bruno Fullback W fl? s» % i. i Byler Chiard Mooney eludes entire Richmond team for 6 S yards and a TD. CHARLts WhMKliouk Tailback - ri h i " - •, .. 1 M |TTt::1. ' || j . M - 1 y y 1 ■; Ralph Calvano Guard UUE ' RE FinflLLY ROLLinC Showing off before a small home crowd, the Wolfpack notched its second win of the season with a 20-6 victory over the University of Richmond Spiders. State ' s attack rolled for the last three fourths of the ball game, racking up scores in the second, third, and fourth periods, while the stymied Richmond offensi ' e could get only a belated touchdown in the fourth quarter. Sparked by backs Ed Mooney, Dick Johnson and Jim O ' Rourke, the Pack ' s offensive hit pay dirt in the second period. The Big Red carried the ball on an 80-yard drive, climaxed by Moonev ' s 28-yard jaunt to the Spider four, where Johnson plunged over for the touchdown. The running of Mooney, which was one of the highlights of the game, reached its height when he scampered 68 yards in the third quarter for the second State score. On his own 32, Mooney sailed through the Spider line and outran the Richmond secondary to the goal. The last score of the e ' ening came early in the fourth period as the result of a pass interception. The Wolfpack line had the Spiders bottled up deep in their own terri- tory and Richmond, trying desperately to get back into the ball game, threw an aerial down the center, but O ' Rourke made a spectacular interception and galloped un- touched over the Richmond goal line. Bill Thompson Winghnck ViNCE Bagonis Guard Tom Tafaute [v f l R» -; Dinan scores on a long punt return. UUolfpack Victors Over Deacons I he lesuroent State VVolfpack rose to glorious heights bv smashing the Wake Forest Demon Deacons 27-14 before 20,000 thrilled fans for their third straight win. Scoring three times in the (irst period. State had the game well under control before the Baptists ' offense started clicking in the third and fourth ijuarters. 1 he first two State scores came before the first period was fixe minutes old. After se eral nice gains bv Dinan and O Rourke, Ed Moonev passed to Bill Thompson on the four. From this point, Moonev scored standing up on a wide right end sweep. Less than two minutes later the Deacons were stalled on their own 37 and had to kick. However, guard Charlie Musser bolted through to block the kick, and center I om Tofaute snagged the bounding ball and scored easilv. In the waning minutes of the first quarter, the Red and White hit pa dirt again as a result of a pass from Moone to Thompson from the Wake 27. After the Deacs ' belated rally for two TD ' s, blocking back Bob Bowlby caught a desperation Wake Forest pass and sped untouched to the Deacons ' goal for the final Pack tallv. Although it was a team ictor ' for the Wolfpack, there were se eral standouts. 1 ackle Elmer Costa stopped e ervthing that came his v ' a , and guard Charlie Musser plaved a bang-up game. hi) Mooxiv Tailback Left to right: Guards Musser. Bvler. and Schacht Roland Simon Tony Romanowsky End .- .T.- .. - It UUas R Cold, Rough Rfternoon A northern jaunt to Philadel- phia proved rather disastrous to the hard fighting State grid war- riors, who dropped a rough 45-21 contest to the once-beaten Villa- nova Wildcats. The Pack, a heavy underdog, gave a good account of itself, but was finally overwhelmed by su- perior forces. The Wildcats, led bv their giant fullback, Ralph Pasquariello, were manhandled by the Wolfpack in the first half, but took charge in the second stanza to run up their decisive score. The Pack jumped to a quick lead when guard Charlie Mus ser broke through the ponderous Cat line, blocked a punt and carried it over for the score. State ' s margin was short-lived however, as the Cats scored late in the second period and kicked a field goal to lead at the half, 10-7. The second half saw Villanova get into high gear and run up 35 points while the Pack could only score 14. FOOTBRLL HOHORS CM 1 1 ir. MLISSl-R liucrn.itional c vs Service All South Tirst Ie;ini AsscKi.iieil Press All-Soiitliern 1 irst Teani LIniteJ Press All-Southern I irst Team Associated Press All State Tirst I ' eani Unitetl Press All American I loiiorahic Mention ELMER COSTA Tackle Associated Press All-State First Team Associated Press All-Southern Second Team « United Press All-Southern Second 1 cam United Press All-American Honor- able Mention ED MOONEY Tailback Associated Press All-Southern Third 1 earn Associated Press All-State Second Team BERNIE WATTS, Guard and HAL SAUNDERS, Center Watts: Associated Press All-Southern Third Team Saunders: Associated Press All-State Second Team [389] 4 ■. r y ' k . ;w. M A S2!ii„, t«r ' r M i-S Ui t ' t- !,? ' ' ■ ' 2. i £ : : i .1 i a 6s. .%..- -» T i. Ki ' i t f FRESHmfln FOOTBRLL Dick Peacock, former center on the State Gator Bowl ele ' en of 1946-47, guided the 1949 Freshman Football team to their best post-war season. He was assisted by se ' eral other former Pack sridders who were still in school but who had finished their elioibilitv. Led bv a dual combination of flashy tailbacks. Coach Peacock ' s yearlings M ' on three of five games. The much publicized backs, Ted Potts and Alex Webster, along with a fine line anchored by Bill Buza, J. C. Britt, and Jim Hill- man, led the Baby Pack team to victories over Campbell College (34-0) and Da ' idson College Freshmen (33-0). They also dumped the Far Babies of Carolina, 13-0. TTie two losses came at the hands ol a power-laden Duke yearling squad and to the Babv Deacs of Wake Forest. 1 he varsity, supposedh ' weak at the flank positions, should get plenty of help from Da e Butler and Art Lemoine. Guard J. C. Britt, a 6 ' 3 " giant weighing 215 pounds, should help to plug the holes left bv graduating Bernie Watts and Charlie Musser. Ray Barkouski, brother of Pitt ' s All- American, will provide extra strength at the blocking back post. The varsity regulars will ha e to stay on their toes to keep these top flight lads from taking o ' er their positions. Coaches Fred Miller, Head Coach Dick Peacock, Gwyn Fletcher n I ttW. Here ' s how. hoysl Wf - w ■B BB v; 5k ■ = — ' ■ , ' l M i - fjr 3. S ' ■z i .B rv V 1 1 1 i-rj m K ' ' ' i. n ' i: The l«- ould oine. oulJ md All- kl lOfS ons. ' Itf Southern Conference Champions Left to right, first row: Bob Cook, Peter Jackmowski, Dick Dickev. Warren Cartier, Lee Terrill. Second roiv: Paul Hurx ' atli, Joe Stoll, Joe Harand, Bubby Holt, Vic Bubas, Charlie Stine, Sam Ranzino. BRSKETBRLL Captain Dick Djckey Lower left: Manager Gene Tatem Lower right: Assistant Coach " Butter " Anderson Finishina his fourth year as head mentor of State College ' s orisinal lamiiii freshmen, " Coach Everette Case produced this season the combination which he termed his most successful. Led by Ali-Ainericans, Captain Dick Dickev and Sam Ranzino, the 1950 Pack cliina.xed their campaign by taking third place in the NCAA tournament. This year ' s fourth straight Southern Conference championship team hnished the season with a fifth place national ranking and a 27-6 record. Not only did 1950 produce a top flight team, but also this season marked the first use of the huge William Neal Reynolds Coliseum, which has a seating capacity of 12,014. This mammoth arena, which measures 371 feet by 180 feet, recorded an attendance of 230,000 spectators for the home sea- son. That mark set a new national attendance record for games pla ' ed on a college campus. In Dickex ' and Ranzino, State had two of the slickest forwards in the nation. Thev each were placed on five All-America teams. In addition they were first All-Southern and first NCAA District Three selections. Guard Vic Bubas and center Paul Hor ' ath also were m ' thical-team members. For Dick Dickev, the making of post-season mythical teams was nothing new. The strawberrv blonde has been picked on them since 1947. He was first team All-America in 1948 and was honor- able mention All-America last year. Dick has been All-Southern for four straight seasons and has been placed on numerous other " all " squads. However, this year, for the second time, he had to take second place honors to his running mate, Sam Ranzino, in the scoring department. Sam got 3S1 points to Dickey ' s 35S l.ist x ir. lliis e;ir Ran inn ioincd tlie select " 600 " class with 624 tallies. Dickey oat 460. In markino up its 27-6 record For the year, the Wolf- pack whipped such strons; intersectional foes as San hrancisco ' s 1949 NIT champs, fourth rankino Holy Cross, LIU, iMichioan, Lo ()la of Los Anuelcs, Rhode Island State, and Louisville (two wins). Iwehe ic- tories were registered against Conference teams. Two losses, one at Duke and the other at William and Mary, marred the Pack ' s Conference record. In return engage- Vic BuBAs— 6 ft. 2 in., Gary, Indiana— Made All-Southern first team. Drives hard for the basket and is a deadly set-shot artist. Led team in shot accuracy. One of the team ' s most accurate pass- ers, Vic is an excellent floor man. lunior, one more season with the Pack. ments witli the Bkic De ils, State won b ' 18 points. The Indians had been defeated in a previous game hy 14 points. Coach Case ' s lads participated in three tournaments during the season. I he first annual Di.xie Classic was inaugurated in the Coliseum during the Christmas holi- days with the Big Four playing host to Rhode Island State, Ceorgia Tech, West Virginia, and Penn State. The locals downed Rhode Island State by an 81-64 count, Ceorgia Tech b ' 57-34, and Penn State h 50-40 to cop the tournament championship. The second tourna- ment was the annual Southern Conference Tournev, which the Wolf pack won handily for the fourth con- secutive season. Duke was defeated in the linals by a 23 point margin. The third and final tournament in which the Pack participated vyas the NCAA Tournament. In gaining their third place position, the State five outran IIolv Cross, 87-74; lost to CCNY, the ultimate winner. Joe Hahand— 6 ft. 4 in., Tenafly, New Jersey-Paired with Bubas at a starting guard position. Brilliant rebounder, good defensive man. Developed scoring punch in ' 50. High games were Carolina (13) and Wake Forest CH)- Status questioned— may be ineligible for further competition. Paul Horvath— 6 ft. 6 in., Chicago, Illinois— Playing his third year at the pivot slot, Horvath had what was perhaps his best year. Hit the " 300 " mark in scoring for third straight year. Moves well for a big man. Uses his big hands to an advantage in his expert method of handling tip-ins. Had no high school experience. Junior, one vear left. Warren Cartier— 6 ft. 4 in., Green Bay, Wisconsin— Missed only one game in four years. One of Case ' s most valuable men, Cartier seldom uot credit he deserved. Did just about anything on a basketball court and during his four years played center, guard, and forward. One of the Pack ' s best clutch men, came through in many a tight spot this year. Senior— finished eligibility. Ilart Dick Dickey— 6 ft. 1 in., Alexandria, Indiana— Received AU- American mention his last three years. All-Southern four succes- sive seasons. Dick scored 460 points this year. Scored 1644 points for four varsity seasons. Not only a great scorer, but als o an e.xcellent defensive player. Senior— completed eligibility. Sam Ranzino— 6 ft. 1 in., Gary, Indiana— Flas paced Wolfpack in scoring last two years. Dropped in 624 markers this season for almost 19 points per game average. Last season scored 381. Good rebounder and excellent ball-handler. Made five All-America squads. Junior, one year eligibility left. 78-73, in an exciting game that was nip and tuck until the final gun sounded; and were victorious in their final test over a slow, methodical Baylor LIni ersitv Team, 53-41. 1 he Wolfpack practically rewrote the record book in their NCAA appearances. Of the five team records, the Pack broke three and tied two. Ranzino broke two marks and tied another in the individual book. Dickey and Ranzino were named on the All-NCAA Tournament first team. Coach Carl " Butter " Anderson ' s outstanding freshman team lost only two gaines in 25 starts and again took the Big Four championship. Such future stars as Lovington, Speight, Kukoy, Crull, Morris, Cioss, Sief, and Yurin are expected to plug the gaps left b ' the departing of Dick Dickev, Warren Car- tier, and Charlie Stine. 1 he rampaging frosh t|uintct burned the nets for a better than 75 points per game average. Ander son ' s charges, who collecti ' elv averaged approxi- mately six feet, fi ' e inches, hit the coveted century m.irk in scoring twice during the year. W nil llu ' aJtlitioii (if llic ;lilli ' riiii; .iir;i 111 taknl pnHliRwl Irom iIk ' Irosli. jiliis I ' .iiil Br.iiulcnhiiig, a six loot, Inc IiilIi l a onnc. i o v |ci " scv. Iiinior C Ollcs;!. ' transFci " , Coach Case shiailJ he ahlc to sciul to t!io courts ill 14S1 anotlui ol hi .miui.il |io eilioiisc ai;i;icyatioiis. Lee Terrill— 6 ft.. South Oranoe, New Jersey— Clever sopho- more. Saw considerable action in latter part of se ason. If Harand is ruled out, Lee will more than likely be starter ne. t year. Deceptive, Terrill is a fine ball handler. Sophomore— two years remaining. Charlie Stine— 6 ft. I in.. Frankfort, Indiana— One of the outstanding reser ' es on the squad, Charlie has finished his eighth season with Coach Case (Stine played high school ball for Case). E.xcellent shooting eve from the corners. Senior- completed eligibility. Bob Cook— 6 ft. 4 in.. Colum bus, Indiana— Fast 200-pounder Cook worked behind Dickev anc Ran ino at forward. Rough and rugged under the boards, Bob snags his share of the rebounds. Has e.xcellent eye for the basket. Should see extensive action next season. Sophomore, has two years left to play. Joe Stoll-6 ft. 3 in.. Princeton, Indiana— Did not see too much action this season. However, Joe has an eagle eye for the basket and is slated for extensive action in 1951. Led his Freshman Team in scoring last year. Sophomore— two years to play. Peter Jackmowski— 6 ft. 3 in., Brooklyn, New York— Played behind Bubas and Harand. Should see much action in 1951, especially if Harand does not return. Has plenty of hustle and stamina. Plays aggressive brand of ball. Sophomore— two years left to play. Bob Holt— 6 ft. 2 in., Greensboro, North Carolina— Another sophomore with great possibilities. Saw little action, but showed marked improvement in practice. Sophomore— two years eligi- bility remaining. REGULAR SEASON SUMMARY State 67 Washington Lee 47 State 77 Davidson 43 State 74 George Washington .... 52 State 62 Loyola (L. A.) 47 State 46 Michigan 54 State 63 Michigan 52 State 81 Rhode Island State 64 State 57 Georgia Tech 34 State 50 Penn State 40 State 69 San Francisco 54 State 55 Duke 58 State 44 Davidson 35 State 72 William Mary 58 State 51 La Salle 66 State 55 L. I. U 52 State 61 U. N. C 57 State 79 Louisville University ...53 State 81 Virginia Tech 56 State 57 Wake Forest 50 State 74 Furman 38 State 50 William Mary 54 State 73 Wake Forest 35 State 68 Duke 50 State 66 Louisville Unixersity ...52 State 70 U. N. C 44 State 64 Villanova 65 State 67 Virginia Tech 52 State 59 Wake Forest 53 State 67 Duke 47 BRSKETBRLL HOnORS ncflfl TOURDflmEnT NC State 87 Holy Cross ....74 NC State 73 CCNY 78 NC State 53 Baylor 41 The Wolfpack v ' ()n third place in the tournament h irtuc ol their win over Baylor. All-American Dick Dickey, Coach Everette Case, Ail-American Sam Ranzino DICK DICKEY All-Ameriean Honorable Mention (LOOK Maoazine) All-American Second Team (AP) Ail-American Third Team (UP. Helms Foundatiim ) NCAA Third District First Team All-NCAA Tournament First Team Southern Conference All-Tournament First Team All-State First Team (AP, LIP) All-Southern First Team (AP. LIPJ Most Valuable Player. Dixie Classic Most Valuable Player, Thirty and Three Award SAM RANZINO All-American First Team (Helms Foundation) All-American Second Team (AP) All-American Third Team (LOOK Magazine) All-American Honorable Mention (UP) All-NCAA Third District First Team All-NCAA Tournament First Team All-Southern Fir.st Team (AP, UP) All-State First Team (AP, UP) Southern Conference All-Tnurnamcnt First Team PAUL HORV ATM All-State First Team Southern Conference All-Tournament Second Team fl Vic BUB. S All-Southern First Team Southern Conference All-Tournament Second Team All-State First Team «rf»4 Sr J ' ; ' ' . ' ' ' ' ' . ' ' ' ' - " i ' ii ' ' - ' ' ' -•sj 4 rf j i; i,? Coach Vic Sorrell guided the 1949 State baseball team into a second place tie with the Carolina Tar Heels in Big Four Plav. The veteran Pack coach ' s charges racked up five wins while dropping eight. In regular season plav, including all games, the Pack fared slighth ' better, with a final mark of eight wins and 12 setbacks. Captain Bill Evans, All-Southern outfielder from Burling- ton, was the offensive leader in Big Four activity for State, with a final batting mark of .321. Shortstop John Norrell Hank Utley, Third Base i A I First row. Mussack, Holland, Poe. Lee, McLaughlin. Second row. Payne, Grandy, Utley, Council, Gardner, Coach Vic Sorrell. Third row. Thompson, Barksdale, Johnson, Cheek, Norrell, Smith. Fowler. BRSEBRLL actualh ' had a higher average than Evans, but. bv coaches ' agreement, plax ' ers had to appear in 10 games to qualify for the batting title. sorrell had a final mark of .333. Ir in Page led the Pack moundsmen with a Big Four record of two ' ictories and two defeats. E erette Lail had one win and no losses. Ernie Johnson, a knuckleballer from Mt. Gilead, was again the workhorse of the loop. He pitched 59 {j innings and tied with Dick Vander Clute of Wake Forest for the strikeout crown. Johnson had a three-four record for the season. State opened the 1949 season with Cornell Llni ersit ' . It was a dull, rain ' day, and the game had to be called at the end of i ve innings with the score 2-2. The Pack ' s starting lineup was composed of Ned Council at first. Pinkie Gardner at second, John Norrell at short. Hank Utle ' at third, Don Cheek in right field. Bill Evans in center, and Bill Mussack in left. The batterv was Ernie Johnson, pitch- ing, and Bill Fowler, catching. Ned Council paced the batters with two doubles in two trips. Two days later the Washington and Lee Generals journeved to Raleigh and were defeated 6-3 on the six-hit pitching of righthander Bob Smith. Hard hitting b ' Don Cheek, Hank Utlew and lack McComas helped Smith garner his first win. McComas smashed the first jiomer of the season in the fifth inning. I State Scores I he (ollow ill " tl;i the W ' dlfpack pulled a 6 5 ictorv ovei " the W ' iideats oi Da idson out of the fire in the ninth. After startini jiiteher John (Tootsie) Holding had been shelled from the mound, Everette Lail pitched beautiful relief ball to oet credit for the win. Don Cheek, lank right (ielder, broke up the ball game with a terrific wallop to lelt center. In an intersectional engagement, the Michigan State Spartans handed State its first defeat of the season. The Pack blew an eight run lead to lose bv a 13-10 score. Jolting lack McComas led the Sorrellmen at the plate with four for H e. The second successive defeat came the following dav when the Virginia Tech Gobblers blanked the Pack 6-0 on the five-hit pitching of Calvin Schadel. Davidson e ened the count when State journeved there and was defeated 3-1. Charlie Pearson, leadoff man for the Cats, smashed Ernie Johnson ' s first pitch for an inside-the- park homer. I he Pack ' s fourth straight defeat came at the hands of the William and Mary Indians, 12-2. Four errors helped the Braves scalp the W ' ohes. McComas again led the State hitting attack with four for five. " rhc Bis; Three ' Utley, Cheek, and Fowler Everette Lail Pitcher Captain Bill Evans Outfield Ned Council First Base Bob Smith Pitcher Ernie Johnson Pitcher Don Cheek Outfield Bill Thompson Outfield Bill Fowler Catcher The 13th of April brought good luck to the WolFpack. They snapped a tour-game losing streak bv defeating the Duke Blue Devils in their first Big Four game. Although outhit 12 to 6 and guilty of five errors to Duke ' s three, the locals scrambled to an 8-7 ' ictorv. Catcher Bill Fowler smashed his first home run of the season in the third with one mate aboard. In the first game with Wake Forest ' s NCAA finalists, Coach Sorrell ' s lads came out on the short end of a 3-1 score. State ' s Ernie Johnson and Wake ' s Moe Bauer locked horns in a first-rate pitchers ' duel for eight scoreless innings before successive fourbaggers by Paul Li ' ick and Gene Hooks broke up the game. Fowler ' s double was the Pack ' s onlv safe blow. After the heart-breaking loss to the Deacons, State pounded out a 10-6 victory over the Carolina Tar Heels. The high- light of the game was a 370-foot grand slam home run bv Jack (Jackrabbit) McComas. Journeying to Wake Forest, the State aggregation again lost to the undefeated Deacons. However, the margin was by one run only. The Pack ' s Irving Page and the Deacs ' Do Moe Bauer were hooked up in a pitchers ' duel until the eighth. Wake Forest scored their onlv run on a two-base error by McComas to win 1-0. Outfielder Don Cheek ]-)ro idcd the clincher in State ' s S-6 ' ictory o ' er the Carolina Tar Heels in a return engage- ment. Cheek slammed a game-winning triple in the ninth inning. Second baseman Buck Livingston was the batting star of the day with four hits in five trips. Included in this array of blows was a homer. Li ' ingston dro ' e in five of State ' s eight runs. After dropping their next Big Four game to the Duke Blue Devils 7-4, the Pack again met Wake Forest. The Deacons made it 18 victories in a row by drubbing the Pack 9-2. Moe Bauer, the Deacs ' st ' lish portsider, racked up his third straight ' ictor ' over the State lads. State evened their Big Four record at four wins and four losses bv defeating Duke, 5-3. Don Cheek ' s three run tri|ile was the big blow of the game. Bill Evans led the hittinj. with three for five. I li irorit row. Rouland Brinsim, sliortstiip; Paul Dinan, second base; ' incc Baoonis. catcher: Charles Wcstbrook. outfield; Bill Smith, first base; Dave Fillipelli, second Ijase; Francis (Skip) Burkhart. outfield; W ' attley. manager. Second row. Elmer Riddle, third base; 1-unsford Lewis, pitcher; Tom Garner, pitcher; Masi Faulkner, outfield; Bernie Bean, pitcher; Bill VVilhelm, catcher; Sam Welch, pitcher; ' illiam Martin, thir l base; Dave Baxter, catcher. B-TERm The ' olfpiick was dropped intci third place in the Big Four when Carohna punched out 18 hits off Johnson and Smith to win 8-4. Bill Mussack smashed a 330-foot homer in the eighth with one man on. Aoain the time roiled around to plav the undefeated Wake Forest Deacons. State pounced on Moe Bauer in the sexenth to knot the count at three all. 1 hen in the eighth Dick X ' ander Clute was the ictim of a four-run rally and State won the game 7-5. Wake Forest ' s balloon finally had burst. I lank Lltlev, third baseman, was the big noise for the Pack at the plate, hittino three lor li e. !r Page went the route for the Pack. State continued its winning a s b putting a crimp in the Clemson Tigers ' hopes for winning the Southern Con- ference baseball championship b - scoring a 6-1 ictorv. E ans, Cheek, and Utley were leaders in the attack. Duke ' s Blue Deyils gained an e en break with the Wolf pack by defeating them 3-2 behind the effecti e pitching of Bud A crs. Sorreli ' s club again seemed to be plagued with bad luck as the Wake Forest Deacons defeated them 6 4. Catcher Russ Batchelor ol the Deacs slammed a lono h.ill which hit on top of the left field fence and bounced o er for a home run. In the final Big Four game of the season, the Far Heels defeated State. This loss enabled the Carolina ho s to tie State for the second place position in the standings. Bill 1 owlli; Outfield First Base [403] SOCCER Soccer at State College is a result of the post-war swellino oF the school with students from every corner of the world. Two years ago a gi ' oup of these students from India, China, Mexico, Norwa) ' , and other foreign countries, finding them- selves a little lost in the prevail- ing " basketball, baseball, foot- ball " atmosphere of the college, formed an informal soccer club and began to play the game in their spare time. Last year interest among the soccer boosters at State College reached such a height that Eric DeGroat of the Physical Edu- cation Department was asked to coach a varsity soccer team. In addition to organizing the club members, Coach DeGroat aroused the interest of quite a few American boys. He also obtained approval from the Athletic Department to provide financial support for the team. This year ' s State soccer team had a fairly successful sea- son in view of the fact that this was the first year of inter- collegiate competition in that sport. The record this year was as follows: Front row. Adolfo Palazuelos, Raul Echevarria, Seroio Zuniga, Gilberto Villa, Joroe Echcvarria. Second roil ' : Atie Melimet Aksel, Joshua Murrow, Marcus Rowe, Co-Captain Hugh Connors, Co-Captain Raul Rivadeneyra, a visiting player, Ken Gotlieb, Jose Bardavid, Tomas Sotolongo. FEncinc State . State. State . State. .2 Duke 1 . 1 Carolina 3 .0 Duke 2 .4 RPI Left to right: Al Skaarup, Carrol Williams, Nelson Williams, Red Quinn, Clyde Jackson, Tex Lattimnre, Carl T .ine, Charles Wells, Don Tarver, Vince Vitale, Don Biggerstaff, Luiz Lousada. In the spring of 1949, a Brazilian Textile student, Luiz Lousada, posted a notice in the gymnasium expressing a desire to fence with anvone that might be interested. A small group of students who had more enthusiasm than experience met with Lousada at the appointed time and place. Lousada instructed the group in the basic activities of the " Sport of Gentlemen. " Charles Wells, Bob Armfield, Clyde Jackson, Carrol Williams, Nelson Williams, and Tex Lattimore were among those in this original group. The group expanded until it was necessary to form a Fencing Club. The Club now has a regular membership of from tvvehe to fif- teen men. The team, picked from the members of the Fencing Club, has plaved in meets with the Llni- ersity of North Carolina, the LIni ersit ' of Virginia, the Llni- ersitv of Kentuckv, the Camp Lejeune Marine team, and other meets are being planned. It is the ultimate objectixe of the Fencing Club to ha c fencing rec- ognized as one of the varsity sports on this campus. The major colleges and uni crsities throughout the world ha e made fencing, deri ' ed From the generations past, one of the classic sports of all times. f! ' Wadsworth and Leonard TRRCK Wilfred Keenan The Wolfpack track team captured two out of five meets during the 1949 cinder season, winning from the WilHam and Mary Indians, 69-57, and from the Gamecocks of South Carohna, 86-40. The State thinclads lost to Wake Forest, 86-40; to Duke by 100-26; and to Carolina 81-45. Outstanding among the Wolfpack tracksters were dashman Herb Goldbera and field experts Jim Byler and Joe Da ' is. Goldberg exhibited his prowess on the cinders by capturing first place in the 100 yard dash against Wake Forest and ' illiam and Marv. Against South Carolina, Cioldberg won the 220 and was a close second in the 100. He topped off the season with a win against Uuke in the 220, with a time of 21.9 seconds. In the field e ' ents, Joe Davis and |im Byler were the leaders. Davis captured first in the broad jump against Carolina, Wake Forest, William and Mary, and South Carolina, while Byler won the shot put against the same outfits. Byler ' s best throw for the season was 47 feet, 9 inches, slightly under his best toss for last year. The freshman harriers fared little better, breaking even in four outings. The Wolflets beat Carolina, 64-62, and Wake Forest, 86-40. Losses were sustained to Duke in two encounters, 86-40 and 87-3 1 . The Frosh squad pro ' ided a promising ' outh in Tyler W ' adsworth, a Raleigh product. I le shaped u|i as the outstanding contender for the Southern Con- ference 440 record. During the season he ran the event in 50.5 seconds, iust one second off the present record. Wadsvvorth was undefeated in the 220 and 440 yard events during the season and was beaten only once in the 100. He was also anchor man on the relay team I jiul will he cdunuxl on lu ' .n il limine; tlio ciirifiit season. OiIut mit suimliiii; livsliiiK ' ii were lujh liiainon ami I an Sci al. SI li; b )- II I I 1 |) l r,Y S7 In ihc o|iciiinu mccl lor iIk ' WdllpacL cintlciiiK ' n, the lueals won out tner tlie liulians ol W illiam aixl Mar , (i ' -)-S7. Joe l)a is was hi li seorer lor the Paek with 12 points, tolloweii In Heih Cioldhero, who accounted For 10. State eaptiirecl lirsi in tlu ' 100, 220, shot, discus, jaxelin, hii;h |iini|i, 120 hi _;h luirtlles, ,nul the hioad jinnp. STATE 86-SC)Lri II t . IU)LI A 40 1 he W ollpaek took the measure ol the Cianiecocksol South C arolina, 86-40, in the seeonti meet ol the season. I he meet was staged under the lii hts on the local tr.iek. .Ai ain it was Joe Da is leading the attack, with I points. Makinu a clean sweep ol the middle and loni; distance c ents, the State men linished one, two, three, in the 440 and 800; and one, two in the mile. Goldberg breaks the Iciye. Charles Moore Hank FR. ziEn Cuok sliiiies for State Frosh. STATE 45-CAROLINA 81 The power laden Tar I leels of Carolina were too much for the W ' olfpack cindermen, turning them back, 81-46. The State boys were able to capture but three events in the contest. Davis and Goldberg were again the standouts, with Davis v inning the broad jump and Goldberg taking lirst in the 100 and 220 dashes. Jim Bvler and Ted Dostanko also paced the locals, finishing one, two in the shot. STATE 26-DUKE 100 The State track team wound up the season In being routed b the Duke thinclads, 100-26. The Pack was unable to capture but one first and fi e seconds in the 28 event match. Herb Goldberg took first in the 220 vard dash with a time of 21.9 seconds. Other standouts for the local cintlermen were Davis. I lunter, atts, and Orrmims. CROSS COUniRY In his first year as a track coach at State College, Coach Tom Fitzgibbons produced what was perhaps the best cross country team ever to represent the school. The Pack harriers turned in an undefeated record with only a tie with William and Mary to blot an otherwise perfect season. Leaders for the Wolfpack were Captain John Hunter, Bobby Leonard, and Dave Dubovv. Leonard gave the best individual performance of the year when he defeated Captain John Hart, 1948 Olympic finalist of the Quantico Marine team. Leonard broke the tape in the brilliant time of 20 minutes and 52 seconds. Hart finished behind him in 21 minutes and 18 seconds. Although undefeated in the regular season, the State team did not win the annual Southern Conference meet. They finished second behind a very fine University of Maryland squad. The Maryland lads pulled down the meet by a wide margin for the third straight year. The final count was Mar) ' land 32, State 80. The Pack, as expected, cap- tured the state meet held on the West Raleigh campus. Coach Fitzgibbons had two of the finest distance men in the Conference on his ' 49 freshman aggregation. Thev were Bobby Jones and Clvde Garrison, who both broke all existing freshman marks for the two-mile frosh course. Left to right: Bob Leonard, Marshall Vernon, John Keenan, Bud Hudson, Dave Dubow, John Hunter, John Townsend, Tyler Wadsworth. Thomas Fitzgibbons Coach. TEnnis 111 tlu ' ir iiiDsl siKXc ' sslul si ' ason since tlic war. tlii. ' oll|xn. ' k lu ' tlcrs completed tlic 1 49 season witli an iinpiessi c record (it c ' ii;lit wins, tlircc losses, antl one tie in twcKi ' diKil meets. Coach Wait Seegeis bo s started the season off strong h taking six straight wins helore dropjiing a contest to Duke ' s Blue Devils. Other losses were to Carolina anti to Xir inia. 1 he iirst encounter for thi ' lu l .ind White was with the netnien of Colgate LIni ersit . 1 his match endetl in a i deadlock, licing halted because of rain. lollowing the Colgate match, the Wollpack took wins o er South Carolina and Wake 1 orest. .uul tra cling north thev posted wins ov ' cr Albright College ot Reading, l i., the Llni ersit ' ol Richmond, VMI, and W ashington and Lee. 1 he Blue Devils furnished the ne.xt opposition for the Pack, and promptlv ended the State victory string at si.x straight. The locals took the one and two singles, but could not muster enough strength in the lower brackets to take the contest. Walter L. Seegers Coach Snapping back into the ictor - column, the Pack swept by Wake Forest lor the second time, but dropped their next meet to the Tar Heels of Carolina, 8-1. 1 he Pack sustained their third loss at the hands of the University of Virginia in their next meet, and thc completed the season with a win over the Universitv of iMarvland. .Art Culbertson, a junior from Goldsboro, and Charlie Bonev, a senior from Wilmington, were co-captains for the 1949 season. Bill VA ' eathers, a senior from Raleigh, plaved the number one position for the Pack. Winning six and losing three. Coach Seegar ' s freshman team turned in a creditable record. Led by Bill Jones and Joe Maddux, the Babv Pack was victorious over manv leading high school and junior college outfits. ( ii.xiiLLs IjOnkv and Art Culbertson Co-Captains Bill Weathers No. 1 Man [409] .J ihK. Al Crawford Head Coach UURESTLinG The 1950 season was not too successful for Coach Al Crawford ' s grunt and groan men. The State mat men could not get started, contrary to their custom in the past years, and thus dropped six out of eleven matches. The grapplers opened their season by losing to Maryland at College Park by the score of 21-12. Charlie Musser won the only match for state by pinning Whipp in 5 minutes, 35 seconds. The Wolf- pack picked up the other points by virtue of a forfeit in the 175-pound division and a draw between Doug Martin and Adelberg in the 155-pound bout. In their hrst home appearance the State grapplers bowed to a powerful Duke University squad in the Coliseum, 21-11. Musser remained undefeated bv pinning Eslick in 4 minutes, 15 seconds. A forfeit in the 155-pound class and a decision by Jenkins ac- counted for the remainder of the points for the Wolfpack. After dropping successive matches to W L, VMI, Carolina, and The Citadel, the State team swamped the Presbyterian College squad. This was the turning point, as bouts. Pack won tlic remainder of their Left to right, seated: Charlie Musser. O. G. Rucker, Bob Dew, Doug Martin, John PopHn, Rudy Rudolph, Reggie Buie, Hank Odom. Staiui ' mg: Coach Al Crawford, Van Williams, Bud Troxler, John Thompson, Bob Jenkins. II II Pack wrestlers took every lx)Ut in tlie Presbyterian match and handed the Blue Stocking a 3B-0 pasting. Next, Coach Crawford ' s niatmcn downed the Quan- tico Marines, 27-5, hclorc a rccorti crowd ot 8,500 fans in the C oliseuiii. 1 lie onK match State lost against the Marines was the 145 pdinul class houl in which Hess of Quantico |-)innccl Martin in 2 minutes, 19 seconds. Martin had ]usi won the open welter- weight boxing championship in the 12lli Annual Eastern Carolina Ciolden Glo es Tournament at Memorial Auditorium before hurrying to the Coli- seum to join the wrestlers for the matches. Charlie Musser, heawweight, hnished his eligi- bility with three years of yarsity wrestling. During the three-year period he was defeated only once. That defeat came in the VMI match prior to which Mu.sser had been conlinetl to the college inlirmar lor three days due to sickness. [411] •I ' iLLis Casey Head Coach Coach Willis Casey ' s tankmen ended the 1950 season with a record of 1 1 victories in 13 meets. The Wolfpack swimmers opened their impressive season with three straight wins over Virginia teams. State opened against the Norfolk Division of William and Mary in a non-conference match. Following that came a victory over Virginia Tech, 43-22, and a 50- 27 triumph over William and Mary. suuimmmG In the Tech meet Billy Ward took the 100-vard freestyle event, and Matt Lojko captured the 150- yard backstroke race. Lojko broke the pool record in the latter event against William and Mary. After a meet with VMl, the Pack swi mmers took a southern trip to Georgia. Casey ' s lads suffered a 41-34 licking at the hands of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, but they bounced back into the win column the ne. t day to trounce Emory University, 57-18. In the Emory fiasco, Ward, Depres, and Lojko set new marks. The three combined their talents in the 300-yard medley relay to establish new standards, and Lojko alone turned the trick in the 150-yard backstroke. The nautical Pack returned tt) the State College campus from a jaunt into the northland with two hard earned victories over Loyola of Baltimore antl the Colonials of George Washington, Southern Con- ference foes. An intersectional battle with Catholic University scheduled for this trip was cancelled. A victory in the 400-yard relay gave State a 40-35 triumph o ' er Loyola. The meet was close all the way, 1 r 5 a p y Varsity, front rmv: Bill Despres, John Harris, Bill Ward, Cola Morris, Adgar Wilson, Manager Georoc Andrews. Second row: Coach XA ' illis Casey, Wells Denves, Bill Lewald. Pete Cloud, Snookie Nunis. Third row; Dick Shober, Richard Martin, Matt Lojko, Tom Walsh, Diving Coach Lew Thomlinson. as the host team scored its points in the individual events, w inning H c of the se en staged. Bicky Morris and Matt Lojko pro idcd the two wins in indi idual events for State. Morris splashed home u ith the 440- vard freestyle race, and Lojko remained undefeated h copping the 150-yard backstroke e ' ent. Moving over to Washington, the Pack edged George Washington. 41-34. in a hard fought clash. In the last event of this meet. State copped the 400- ard medlev relav to break a 34-34 tie and to win the meet. Victories over Davidson College (two wins), Vir- ginia, and Duke followed. The State team entered the Southern Conference, the Eastern Intercollegiate, and the NCAA tournaments. The results are not available as the 1950 Agromeck goes to press. GOLF Charlie Tripp Coach Under the direction of Coach CharHe Tripp, the State College golf team had their most successful season in many vears. The Wolfpack links squad finished the season with a record of 11 wins and 4 defeats, and placed fourth in the annual Southern Conference Tournament. The ictories came at the expense of Carolina, Duke, South Carolina, William and Mary, VPI, Newberry, Amherst, Da idson. and High Point College. The win oyer Duke marked the first time the local club had won on the Blue Devil course, and the yictory oyer William and Mary was one of the two defeats which the Indians suffered during the season. The Wolfpack suffered defeat at the hands of Wake Forest twice, and South Carolina and North Carolina once each. The Wolfpack was led by Turnbull and Gibson, seniors, and Bracket!, Isenhour, Preisinger, Saenz, and Wood. Wood, Saenz, Isenhour, and Preisinger, playing in the fifth and si.xth positions on the team, consistently won their matches, yvhich enabled the team to post its fine record. Low score for the year was Brackett ' s 65 at the Country Club course against Amherst. Another fine score was Turnbull ' s low medal score against Carolina, vyhen he beat North-South finalist Haryey Ward with an excellent 69. Charles 15. Gibson, Co-Captai; Robert J. Iurnbull, Co-Captnin [414] CRmPUS iriTRRmURRLS acli ats, lina, oini SPRINC; SPl)l IS 1 )4S4 ) Softball IIKA-W ' dch B.ulminl,.n i ' l ' K- WcIlIi Tnick iX-Baawcll i o. 2 Icniiis IIKA-Vctvillo I ALL SPUR IS iy4y5u rootli.ill vx Becton No. 1 Vollcx hall :iN-Bcctoii No. 2 1 iaiKJhaJI .1 K|| Bcxton No. 2 W ' rcsilinu KA- ' ruriinoton No. 2 W ' lNTFR SPORTS 1949 So P .iskcthall iiX Bccton No. Boxinc ' IlKA— Becton No. Swimmiii!;; . . 1 able 1 cnnis . K5— Turlington No. 2 o HKA-Berry Sigiuti Nit iiiid Si«iiia Chi l ntllc in phn ' i ' jj- 2AE vs. nKA FRATERNITY WINNERS 1948-49 1st Place Pi Kappa Alpha 2nd Place Sigma Ch 3rd Place Kappa Alpha Best Fraternity Athlete Hudson, Tau Kappa Epsilon Best Fraternity Manfiger Fitzgerald, Sigma Chi Mix it lip, hoys. RP— %fj ' Vim. 1 K ' t. ' " .Be, U i. ■i ■H metc H 1 1. a uMt «» ' . Lef( (0 right, sttmding: Herman Bemburoer, Harold McKnight, Gales Perry. Seated: Eugene Kcnnev, Chairman W ' ilev Gciuoc, Adviser John F. Miller, Secretary Larry Sanford, Neill Posey. niRRfnURRL RDVISORY BORRD 1 lie intramural sports proj ram at Nortli Carolina State College has long been in an enviable position, being vaunted b the intramural athletics department and well receixed by the student body. Competition has been keen and par- ticipation excellent. However, it was felt that a closer rela- tionship between the students and the department would foster a better program. Because of this feeling, the Intra- mural Advisory Board was formed in the spring of 1949, and it was comprised of the Intramural Athletic Director, the Assistant Director, and two student members from each of the three representative leagues— Off-Campus, Dormi- tor ' , and Fraternity. Ihe student members are appointed by their respective organizations and have a tenure of office of one vear. One particularly important duty of the Board has been brought about by the formation of a committee within the Board to rule on all protested games. While the number of protests has been small, the realization b - the student body of the fact that the intramural program is their own program— run by them and for them— is a salient step toward gi ing State College the best in organized intramural sports. « Ippiu A DVERTISEM£NT TO THE GRRDUflTE UJe Extend Our Sincere Congratulations find lUish You ITIuch Success find Happiness In The Years To Come. 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Southern Plants Finishing Division The Seminole Mills (Seminole Division), Cotton Division, Clearwater, South Carolina Clearwater, South Carolina Statesville Weaving Division, The Seminole Mills, Statesville, North Carolina Rayon Division, Old Fort, North Carolina Union-Buffalo Mills Company, Union, South Carolina Fabric Production Division tt - j r. mn tt iu i. United Rayon Mills (Elberton Augusta Weaving Division, Aiken Mills, Elberton, Georgia Augusta, Georgia United Rayon Mills (Knitting Division) Division) Bath Mills, Bath, South Carolina Old Port, North Carolina Anywhere. . . Anytime You Trust its Quality " OaaA QM- Q yniAJ.cayn,S " •Ofnn uNO« AUTHOttY o mf coc» col coMfM«v m THE CAPITAL COCA-COIA BOTTLING COMPANY Raleigh, N. C. [434] NORTH CAROLINA [QOIPMENT COMPANY CONSTRUCTION, INDUSTRIAL And LOGGING EQUIPMENT ' International Diesel Power " Raleigh Wilmington Guilford Charlotte Asheville Congratulations to the Graduating Glass! and Wishing you every success in your career. AMERICAN YARN and PROCESSING COMPANY Spinners and Processors Mount Holly, North Carolina [435: A NEW SHORT-CUT TO COMFORT GIVVIES BMS-Car SHOkTS, 1 You ' ll never know how comfortable shorts can be until you ' ve worn the new Hones Bias- cut GIVVIES Shorts. They look different-and they feel different. The full bias-cut design gives you these exfra comfort-featuresj • Stretch-in-the-cloth to give with your stride. • No bind, no creep, no seams in the seat. • Two popular styles. Gripper-front (illus- trated) or Boxer. Attractive stripes, solid colors and whites - all fast colors. Fine count broadcloth — Sanforized. • Patented. So ask for Hones GIVVIES Shorts. Sleeveless Shirts, o5c and up T-Shirts, 95c •PATENTED Makers of fine underwear and sportswear p. H. HANES KNITTING CO. . Wlnston-Salem li N. C I [436] HB I l|pu cmCi ooi ilie 6uijirtj Public J A million years ago when Oog, the first tailor, was making fur pants for his Neanderthal neighbors, Nug-Nug, the customer, gave out with the original bird when Oog tried to sell him a shoddy skin. The same is happening today, from Egypt to Elmira and all around the world . . . because you can ' t fool the buying public! At its founding in 1813, J. P. Ste- vens took a tip from Nug-Nug and started off m.aking quality textiles. And today Stevens fabrics still lead the field in quality and public acceptance. is c jl n CARTER FABRICS OPERATING GROUP SLA CARTER FABRICS OPERATING GROUP EXECUTIVE OFFICES GREENSBORO, N. C. [437] BEST WISHES from [ T ENKA, NORTH CAROLINA Manufacturers of FINE RAYON YARNS AND HEAVY DUTY RAYON TIRE YARNS Alumni of North Carolina State College — Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, and Tex- tile Engineering Graduates — are among our technicians and research workers, super- visors and executives — operating the Rayon Industry of today, developing new machinery, new processes, new uses, for the Rayon of the future. Plants Enka, N. C. Lowland, Tenn. ' (HO€U r CL " Kecent installation of Gaston County " aittomaticaUy controUed " Package Drehii; Machines, Extractor, and Dryers. FULLY flUTOmHTIi; iUHCHIIIES HSSURE PRL-DLTERininED MM RESULTS GASTON COUNTY FEATURES THAT SAVE TIME AND iMONEY: ELIMINATE COSTLY GUESSWORK AND WASTE . . . POSITIVE CONTROL . . . From the loading to the unloading of the kiers, every phase of the dyeing operation is under positive control. Leaa skilled help is required because all machines are equipped with automatic temperature controls, automatic dye liquor flow reversing mechanisms, patented two-way running wash system, and dye liquor flow controls. ACCURACY IN MATCHING COLORS . . . Robot DYEMASTER controls provide permanent record for matching colors quickly and perfectly. GASTON COUNTY Albert R. Bre«n 80 Eut Jackson Blvd., ChicaKO, III. STANLEY, FLEXIBILITY . . . Machines designed for package dyeing only can be furnished for l g " . b " perforated tubes, spiral springs, wool tops, Barber-Colman cheese, or any other size perforated tube. ALL MACHINES AVAILABLE IN STAINLESS STEEL OR NICKEL IRON . . . Extremely compact in design, machines are available in single itr multiple kier set-ups, ranging from I to 2000 puunds. We also build Combination Beam and Package Itveinj; machines. DYEING MACHINE CO. Gai tun County Dyeing Machine Co., Terminal Building 68 Hudson St.. Hoboken. N. J.. G. Under. Mgr. NORTH CAROLINA I r [438: Fine Class Rings Announcements Awards J OSTEN ' Representative : L C. CHILES 61 1 Colonial Drive High Point N. C. S For Happy Motoring STOP AT MORRISSETTE ' S ESSO SERVICE €sso, DEAIIR Near the Campus ' Our Care Saves Wear " Phone 9241 [439] CAROUNH CLEAiRS Dependable GLEANING PRESSING DYEING 8871— Phones— 8872 Branch Offices Corner Hargett Wilmington Sts. 1902 Hillsboro St. [ (ujk ' 6). RALEIGH Congratulations to the men and women of the Class of 1950 It has been our privilege to have served many of you during your years at " State. " It is our hope to merit your continued patronage throughout the years ahead. [440: MORE POWER TO YOU! It is a matter of pride with us that since our Company was organized in 1908 there has never been a time when we did not have all the power required for all the needs of the territory we serve. Today we are engaged in a 78 million dollar expansion program to assure ample power for the future in this area . . . ample power for all needs of industry — business — the farm and the home. It is a promise of a brighter and happier future for you. (CAROLINA POWER LIGHT COMPANY) J oneucutt ruli and I roduce v c ompanu NORTH CAROLINA ' S LEADING PRODUCE DEALER A complete line of fresh fruit und vegetables — ; and out of season RALEIGH, N. C. Guy L. Honeycutt, President " i a StaA, [441] For More Than A Quarter of a Century — this store has served students, alumni and faculty members of N. C. State College with the best in na- tionally known merchandise for men. McLeod Watson Co. In Odd Fellows Bldg. |iffc|!lil!!!ii yizM c tt t cejuu- . Acl t ORGANIZED IN 1934 Of — Necessity For — The Farmers By — The Farmers COOPE RATIVE FARMERS COOPERATIVE EKHANOE, INC. Central Offices: Raleigh, N. G. Serving more than 100,000 Farm Families in the Carolinas through 52 FCX Service Stores 158 Dealer-Agents with Adapted Seed of Known Origin, Open-Formula Feed and Fertilizers — Quality Farm Supplies Insecticides — Farm Machinery — Farm Home Appliances — Marketing Services [442] .1 •Where All Good Friends Get Together " Waffles Banana Splits Hot Dogs Across The Street From Meridith BENTLEY SIMON, Inc 7 West 36th St., New York 18, N. Y. Manufacturers of CHOIR GOWNS PULPIT ROBES CAPS, GOWNS, HOODS for All Degrees Outfitters to over 3000 Schools, Colleges, and Churches I FINANCIAL REPORT, 1950 AGROMECK (As Some People Think! ?@ !) RECEIPTS Organizations $ 5,000.00 Fraternities _ _ - 31.94 Sponsors 3,000.00 Donations from Loving Friends . . - - 000.00 Picture Fees _ _ _ _ 195,000.00 Advertising _,._ 85,673.00 Athletic Department 10,000.00 Hush Money from Editor of 1949 Technician 467.93 Total - ....$299,172.87 EXPENSES Suff Party Waller Smith Studio _ Observer Printing House Lynchburg Engraving Company Traveling Expenses $ 85.50 3.85 24.76 _ 3.47 __ 2,000.00 Secretary ' s Salary _ 1,554.09 Business Manager ' s Engagement Ring 4,683.97 Down Payment on Editor ' s Engagement Ring 690.00 Kick Back to Various Campus Wheels 753.90 Unreportable Expenses 3,260.00 Editor ' s New Used Car _ _ 4,500.00 Total $ 17,559.54 Net Profit _ $281,613.33 Note: The Editor and Business Manager have retired to Catalina Island where they recently bought a luxurious " mansion by the sea " on shares with Messrs. Clogston and Casey of the Athletic Department. Audited by . lphama 0. Brilfigman, CPA., PUB., lOU. [443] t Xad 3V. Ml :bone II What was a seemingly impossible task back in September of the 1949-50 school year is now finished. We have taken pride in our work ; and now that this 1950 Agromeck is completed, we are proud of it. Our sincere hope is that the ideas used in presenting the yearbook will meet with your approval. We wei-e chosen to do the job and are highly conscious of the honor that was connected with this privilege. We realize, though, that without the splendid cooperation and willing- ness to help on the part of the following persons, the book would not have been possible. They are: Mr. Len Glover, Mr. Manson Allen, and Mr. Ed Coleman of the Lynchburg Engraving Company ; Mr. Harrie Keck of the Observer Printing House; Mr. Fay Smith and Mr. Billie Waller of Waller Smith Studios; and Mr. " Pop " Taylor and Miss Frances Thompson of the N. C. State Alumni As.sociation. We wish to expre.ss our thanks to each of these individuals who so graciously contributed their professional interest and advice and their assistance in the production of the 1950 Agromeck. Scott F. Stidham, Editor-in-Chief Beverly A. Ross, Business Manage - [444] ODDl ' nS FABRICS Colonial Mills, Inc., a leader in the field of synthetic textiles, offers to young men and women with initiative and ability an excellent oppor- tunity to work and learn the processing of synthetic fibers from raw cut staple and filament through dyeing and finishing. 5 TD Colonial Mills, Inc 498 Seventh Avenue NEW YORK 18, N. Y. OPERATING CLARKSVILLE FINISHING DIVISION CLARKSVILLE, VA. ROBBINS CLOTH MILLS, INC. ABERDEEN OIVISION ABERDEEN, N. C. RED SPRINGS DIVISION Red Springs. N. C. ROBBINS DIVISION Robbins, N. C. [445] i WALLER d SMITH PHOTOGRAPHERS -V Official Photographers for the 1950 Agromeck ' f 12 EAST HARGETT STREET Raleigh, North Carolina i [446] Designers and engravers of the South ' s finest school publications ▼ LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA L Hlod M TOGETHER... orking together is the theme of the OBSERVER PRiniinC HOUSE publications department. UJe cannot do our best work without your assistance— you cannot expect to get the best results from your efforts without willing assistance and cooperation from your printer. ARTISTS AND CRAFTSMEN WORK TOGETHER IN CREATING IMPRESSIVE AND LASTING RECORDS OF YOUR YEARS IN SCHOOL- PHINTINE HOUSE i mmr- iil i ' m 3 1 ' i m :. :. , ■ n : ■ " M mm ' -g i .yy:..- ■:.:-■■ -. ■•■■ -,


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