Sewanee Military Academy - Saber Yearbook (Sewanee, TN)

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This man gave of himself unsparingly and 'lo fhe very end lo inculcale lhe ideals for +he reaIiza+ion of which +his insfifulion was founded. His memorial can be seen in fhe characlers and affainmenfs of his sfudenfs who delighred +o call him bofh masfer and friend. Illillllllllll 54'.'5ig - X X e - Lf- H V 5 !, f' X" T 3 ' it I' I ,Q,.,, 51: " ' " f , 1 g. -,..g p..?.4g.',.f' ......L'-fflf V i '-SZ-' 'ff fi +. -5p"""i ff ' 51 ' Y'-lu W V M -If I- K f S, 5 5 . A l Y x -, . , ., m Q ' v Q ' ,es , . ff' if f if wf' - ge, . J y V , ' A 454 . :X fqjfy 5. M Y 13 6 A ff ' V Q ,gan '-. A 1 fl' ' ' '-fag x . X - 1 - ' Z W 0 9,5 ' Q 1 ' ... Q a Q . Q , I1 9 if .2 Y Q 2 'efvivit Y 'K ,wrqsgg ,. gh 1 4 A I Q Aw - 55: Q 5 V S 'Q ' ' 6 i -s Q' 1 " K 4A fix 1 '53 Q QS if if 5 S!" W 'li iwwhx 40 nik .J -, sd . .aa l .J 13.195-9 .Y -'I ,.' , ,L 'Q' nalfx .,. .!. iz '1-,V -,S rn ,Y 6-9 OFFICERS BILL CLEVELAND . . . . . . Presfdeni TOM WORTH . . . . Secreiry CARSTON HITCH, III. . ...... Vice-Presideni WHIT PALMER . . . . . Treasurer JACK HUDGENS . . . ..,..... Hisforian SE llllll GEORGE P. APPERSON 7 Toy SO. GREENVILLE, S. C. '44-'45g '45-'46g '46-'47, Corporal, '463 Technical Sergeant '467 Second Lieulenanf, '46-'477 Cheerleader, '453 Varsily Foofball, '467 Junior foolball, '44g Varsily Baslcefball, '45- '46: '46-'477 Junior Baslcelball, '44-'453 Varsily Baseball, '46-'47: Major Award Foofball, Baslcelball, Baseballg Cap- +ain Baslcefball, '46-'477 Capfain Baseball, '46-'47g Vice- Presidenl Colillion Club, '46-'47, .iApp.. O STAFFORD B. BEACH, JR. 405 Soufh Flagler Drive WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. '44-'45: '45-'46: '46-'47g Corporal, '45: Sergeanf, '467 Masler Sergeanf, '46: Second Lieulenanl, '477 Junior Foolball, '44: '45g Varsify Foofball '467 Varsily Baseball, '46-'47. "Sandy" 0 DAVID M. BERNARDIN 7239 Hafhaway Rd. DALLAS 9, TEX. '45-'465 '46-'477 Sergeanf, '46-'477 Junior Foolball, '45y Swimming Team '46-47: Rifle Team, '46, "Dave" X f 5,37 A 'mf my 3 ri", JOHN GASS BRATTON SEWAN EE TENN 43 44 44 45 45 46 46 47 Corporal 46 Sergeant 46 47 Member Nahonal Forensic League Degree of Mernl 47 KnrbySmu+l1 Essay Medal Junuor Foofball 43 44 44 45 Jon JIMMY R BRCCK cowAN TENN 45 46 46 47 Corporal 45 Farsi Sergeanf 46 Varsnly Foolball 45 Jimmy" ALFRED C CARRAWAY S th 3 Sf. GADSDEN ALA. '44-'45: '45-'46g '46: '46-'47g Corporal, '45g Sergeanf, '46: Sfaff Sergeant '46g Second Lieufenanl, '46-'473 Junior Football, '44: Junior Baslcefball, '44: Boxing, '45 and '46, MN., SE IHHS JOHN C. CHRISTIAN I223 Pickwick Sf. SPRINGFIELD, MO. l46-'47g Privale, A46-'47g Band, 146-147j Varsiiy Foolball, '46, "Chris" 0 LAWTON W. CLEVELAND, JR. 200 Kimberly Ave. ASHEVILLE, N. C. '43-'44y '44-'45: '45-'46g '46-'47g Sergeant '447 Siatf Sergeant '447 Technical Sergeant '45: Masier Sergeant '45-'467 Major, '46-'47g Circulaiion Manager, '47 SABER: Member Nafional Forensic League, Degree of Merit Honor Council, '45-'46g '46-'477 Model Cadet '44 and '46: Presidem' Senior Class, '477 Secreiary Coriilion Clubr '46-'47: Junior Foofball, '44-'457 Varsify Fooiball, '467 Junior Baslcelloall, '44-'453 Boxing, '43-'447 '45-'467 Boxing Medal: Tennis, 46347. "Bill" PERCY D. CLOUD LILESVILLE, N. C. '45-'467 '46g '46-'47g Staff Sergeant i467 Technical Sergeant '46: First Sergeant '46-'477 Swimming, '46-'47. "Pere" SE IUHS LAMAR CORY '43-N441 '44-'457 '46-'47g Swimming, '44-'457 '47g Junior Foofball, '43: Junior Baslcelball, '44: Band, '43-'44g '44-'457 '46-'47, "Curley" C WALTER R. COX 300 Walton Sf. MONROE, GA. '45-'46g '46-'47: Sfafl Sergeant '46-'47g Edilor-in-Chief, '47 SABERq Junior Foolball, '45g Swimming, '46g Swim- ming Manager, '47: Member Nalional Forensic League, '45-'46-'477 Degree of Excellence in Debale. "Wal+er" 0 WILLIAM H. CUTHBERTSON Haoemoke, LA. '45-'461 '46-'47g Slaff Sergeant '467 Technical Sergeant '47q Boxing, '46q Track, '46-'47. HEIY.. SE IHHS LEWIS HARRELL DARDEN 802 Woodwa rd Ava. ORLANDO. FLA. 46-'47' Sfarf Sergeanf, '46-'47y Tennis, '46-'473 Member Na+ionaI Forensic League. "Hai JAMES M. DAVIES, JR. 401 Chapin Lane BURLINGAME, CALIF. 45-i467 '46-'47: Sfaff Serqeanf, i467 Tennis, '46-'47' Swimming Team, '46, i'Jim" ROBERT G. DONALD 30I6 Mountain Brook Parkway BIRMINGHAM, ALA. '46-'477 Swimming Team, 46-'473 Infersclnoiasfic Arhlefic Award, '46g High Point Man, Mid-Souih Swimming Meer, 46' Frye lnsfifufe Swimming Award: Varsity Foofball, i46. 'Bob' SE llllll JAMES F. DYKES 4508 Glen Iris Blvd. SHREVEPORT, LA. '43-'44: '44-'453 '45-'46: '46-'47: Sergeant '45-'46: Slafl Sergeanf, '46p Second Lieufenanl, '46-'47: Band, '43 'rl'1ru '47g Junior Basl4e+ball, '44: Tennis, '46-'47. "Big Jim" 0 ROBERT D. FOWLER aaa McDonald se. MARIETTA, GA. '45-'467 '46-'473 Slafl Sergeant '46: Technical Sergeanl, '46-'47: Varsily Foolball Manager, '46p Boxing, E47: Sporls Edilor, '47 SABER: Member Nalional Forensic League. l'Bob" CHARLES W GLADNEY 25 E 1 L lm h BATON ROUGE LA 45 46 46 47 Sfaff Sergeanf 46 47 Varslfy Foolball 45 46 Varsify Baseball 46 47 Baslcefball Manager 46 47 Member Nahonal Forensic League Wally SE llllll ARTHUR R. HALL SEWANEE, TENN. '42343q '43-'44-3 '45-'46: '46-l47g Corporal, '46: Sergeant '464'47g Junior Baslcefball, '42-'43: '43-'443 Manager, '44- '45g Junior Foolball, '43-'44, '45, "Ar+lwur" 0 JAMES A. HARDISON 226 Lee Ave. WADESBORO. N. C. '43-l44j '44-'457 45346: '46-'477 Sergeant '44: Slaff Sergeant '45: Technical Sergeant '45-'46g Capfain, '46- '477 Major Award Baseball, '467 Junior Foofball, '44g Varsify Foolball, '45-'46, Junior Baslcefball, '43-'44, '44- '45g Varsify Baslcelball, '45-'467 '46-'47: Varsify Baseball, '44: '45-'46g '473 Oufsfanding Undergraduafe Aflwlele, '45: Honor Council, '46-'47, Model Cadet '45: Senior Edifor, '47 SABER. "Jimmy" 0 QUENTIN H. HARTT COLFAX. LA. '43-'44, '44-'45g '45-'46g '46-'47, Corporal, '45: Sergeant '46: Firsl Sergeant '467 Second Lieulenant '46f47q Junior Foofball, '43: '44: Baseball Manager, '46-'47, "Wool4ie" CARSTON HITCH III P p cl HOT SPRINGS ARK 44 45 45 46 46 47 Sergeanl 45 Slarl Sergeanl 45 46 Second Lieulenanl 46 47 Varsify Foofball 45 Honorary Caplain 46 Junior Foolball 44 Business Manager 47 SABER Honor Council 45 46 46 47 Vice Presidenl Senior Class 47 Secrelary 45 Vice Presudenl 46 Presidenl Colillion Club 46 47 Carsl WILLIAM HUBBARD POUGHKEEPSIE N. Y. 45- 46' 46- 7' Sergeanl 46' Slall Sergeanl 46- 47' Varsily Baseball 46-47. JACK HUDGENS E sl Ma' . UNION CITY TENN. '45- 46' '46-47' Slalf Sergeanl 46-'47' Varsily Foolball '45-46: Major Award, 46: Caplain, 463 Junior Baslcel- ball, '45-'46: Manager Varsify Baslcefball, '46-'47g Assisi'- anl Edilor '47 SABER: Honor Council, '46-'477 Model Cadel, '46, l'JacIc" SE IUHS FOSTER HUME. III 2583 Hebersham Rd. ATLANTA, GA. '44-'45' '45-'46' '46 '47' Sergean+ '45' Sfafi Ser ean+ i . ' , . i Q . '46-'47: Junior Foofball, '445 Tennis, '46-473 Boxing, '463 Swimming, '46. 'Fosfefx JOHN THOMSON JANNEY B000 Warren Ave. WAUWATOSA I3. WIS. 45-46: '467 '46-'47: Serqeanf, '46g Sfaff Sergeant '46- '473 Rifle Team, '45-'46 and '47. "Yankee" THOMAS WILSON LANDRY 45-46: '46-'473 Sfaff Sergeant '46-'47: Track, '46-'47. "Tomi" Z' Qi SE IUHS CHARLES BALDWIN LEWIS SI4 Magnolia Ave. ORLANDO. FLA. 467 '46-'473 Boxing, '46-'47, "Charlie" RICHARD LARREMORE LIVERMORE 90l Race Si. DENVER. COLO. 44145: '45: '46-'47p Sergeant 46: Second Lieutenant 46: Junior Football, l45g Varsity Football, '46g Varsity Baseball, '46-'47, "Dick" 0 HARRY W. LOMBARD TAMPA. FLA. 42-437 '44-'457 45-'46g 46: '46-'47p Corporal, '44-: Stal-t Sergeant 453 Technical Sergeant '45-'46: Second Lieu- tenant '46: Captain, '46-'477 l-lonor Council, '46-'47: Cum Laude l-lonor Society, '46g Model Cadet '46g Freshman Scholarship, '44: Junior Scholarship, '46: History Medal, '467 Junior Football, l43: '44: Junior Baslcetball, 43-'44-'45-'46: Varsity Baslcetball, '46-'47:Traclflvlar1aqef, .4-6. ,H6rry, SE IUHS HERBERT STEWART MCCALL 43I Cenfenary Dr. BATON ROUGE, LA. '43-'443 '44-'45g '45-'46g '46-'47, Corporal, '45g Sergeant '46: First Lieu+enan+, '46-'47: Narional Forensic League: Junior Foofbail, '44, Varsi+y Foo+ball, '45-'46: Junior Baske+balI, '44-'45, Boxing, '46-'47: Track, '46: Maior Foo+balI Award, '46. MIXAGCM DONELSON CAFFREY McCAY NEW ORLEANS, LA. '45-'46: '46-'47r Track, '46-'47, fciiefer VAN McDONALD 42 Kiisay Ave. EVANSVILLE, IND. '467 '46-'477 Sergeant '46-'47, Band, '46-'477 Track, '46- '47, "Mac" SI IUIIS HOADLEY BRAY MERRILL 502 West Adamis Sf. DOTHAN. ALA. '467 '46-'47g Junior FooIbaII, '46, "I'Ioad" WILLIAM HARLEY DaCAMARA MORRISON 4I3 Seaview Ave. PALM BEACH, FLA. '46-'473 Tennis, '46-'47g Swimming, '46-'47, BIII 0 WILLIAM O. MOSER I4Z4 Norfh Hawihorne Rd. WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 45-'467 '46-'47g SI'aI:I Sergeant '46-'47g Junior Foofball '4-57 Varsify Track, I46-'47, "Moose" Sl IIIHS 0 ROBERT ELLIS PALMER AMITE, LA. '46-'47. Bobby!! 0 WHITFIELD M. PALMER, JR. I003 Easf Uh Sf. OCALA, FLA. 43-'447 44- 457 '45-46: '46-'47: Corporal, 457 Serqeani 45: Sraff Sergeant, '45-'467 Second Lieulenanl, '46-'47 Managing Ecliror, 47 SABER: Honor Council, '45-'46 46-'473 Treasurer Senior Class, '46-'47, Junior Foorball 43-'44, Junior Baslcefball, '43f44y Varsiry Baseball, 44 '45-'47. "Wlii+i 0 JORDAN BROWN PECK 64I San Lorenzo Ave. CORAL GABLES, FLA. 46- 477 Varcily Foolbally 46. Jalre GEORGE W PERRY J h BARTLESVILLE OKLA 44 45 45 46 46 47 Sergean+ 46 Second Lleu Tenanf 46 47 Plwofoqraplwer 47 SABER Rufle Team 44 45 46 47 Caplaun of Rifle Team 46 47 Honor Council 46 47 Essay Medal 46 Science Medal 46 Junnor Foofball 44 45 Tennvs 46 47 Jumor Baslcefball 44 45 Jac R C ROBERTS JACKSON Mass. 457 45-46: '46-'477S+a1cf Sergeant 46' Masfer Sergeant! '46- 47. lo.. DONALD A ROOSMA W'Is M'IIs . CLEVELAND O. 45: '45-'46g 46-'47: Slaff Serqeanf, '46-'47: Golf, l45' Junior Baslcefball, '45-'46, Roos" SI IIIIIS GEORGE WILLIAM ROSENTHAL Edson Hotel BEAUMONT, TEX. '43-'44: I44-'457 '45: '45-'46: '46-'47, Sergeant Slail Sergeant '45g Slaff Sergeant '45-'467 Technical Sergeant '46-'47, Junior Foofball, '43-'44g '44-'45: '45-'467 Varsily Foofballl '45. "Rosie" 0 JAMES DEXTER RUSS, III I327 Lakeview Ave. PENSACOLA. FLA. '45-'46g '46-'477 Slafi Sergeant '46-'47: Junior Foofball, '45-'467 Boxing, '45-'46: Varsily Football, '46-'47: Boxing Manager, '46-'47, "DexIrose" O JOHN MICHAEL SARA Care of United Fruif Sugar Company BANES, ORIENTE. CUBA '43-'44g '44-'457 '45-'46g '46-'47: Sergeant '45-'46: Slall Sergeant 453467 Second Lieufenant '46-'477 Boxing, '43-'441 Swimming, '45-'46, '46-'477 Boxing Medal: Sopho- more Scholarship Medal: l'Iis'rory Medal: Member Cum Laude Nalional I-Ionor Sociefy: Winner Cerliiicafe of Merit Pepsi-Cola Scholarship Conlesfg Member Nalional Forensic League, Degree of Excellence in Debaley Fealure Edilor of '47 SABER: Glee Club, '46-'47, "Mike" Sli IUIIS CHARLES EDWARD SCHWING PLAQUEMINE, LA. '44-'45q '45-'46p '46-'47: Sfaflf Sergeanf, '46-'47: Rifle Team, '45-'463471 Swimming Manager, '44-'45-'46-'47: Junior Foofball, '44. l'Bubby" I WILLIAM WALLACE SEAT Roberf E. Lee Apfs. NASHVILLE, TENN. '45-'46, '46-'47: Varsify Foofball, '45-'46g Major Award Foofball, '45: Boxing, '46-47, Maior Award Boxing, '46: Winner Mid-Soufh Boxing, '4-67 Caprain Boxing, '47, "sag wary" O WILLIAM F. SON NEMAN FAYETTEVILLE. ARK. '43-'447 '44-'45, '45-'46, '46-'47, Sergeant '45-'46, Ser- geant '46-'477 Cheerleader, '45-'46-'47: Band, '43-'44- '45-'46-'47: Dale Manager Corillion Club, '46-'47, Junior Foofball, 3437 Manager Foofball, '44: Manager Varsily Baskefball, '457Junior Baslcefball, '44: Golf, '44-'45-'46-'47, "Sonia" SE IUHS DAVE UPSTILL S23 Upland Rd. BAY VILLAGE, O. '44-'455 '45-'46: '46-'473 Sergeanl, '45l Sfall Sergeant '46-'473 Varsify Foolball, '457 Varsify Baslcelball, '45. O JAMES C. URQUHART clo Tela Railroad Co. TELA, REP. OF HONDURAS '43-'447 '44-'45: '45-'46: '46-l477 Corporal, '45: Serqeanf '46: Second Lieufenanf, '46'47g Honor Council, '46-'47 Model Cadef, '46: Language Medal, '46: Junior Foolball '43: Junior Baslcelball, '43-'44-'45-'46, "Jimmyl' O MORGAN W. WALKER Rf. I, Box 2l0, Horse Shoe Dr. ALEXANDRIA, LA. '45: '45-'46: '46-'47g Shall Sergeant '46, 47: Junior Fool- ball, '457 Varsily Foofball, '46: Boxing, 463 Track '46 "Manny" Sli IIIHS JOHN ALEX WILSON Exiension SL HAZLEHURST, MISS. '45-'46: '46-'473 Siailf Sergeani, '46f47: Phoiographer, '47 SABERg Tennis, '46-'47g Varsiiy Baskeiball, '45-'46-'477 High Poinf Man Iniramural Track Meei, '46: Track, '46-'47. "Mirror Boy" o WILLIAM THOMAS WORTH 4 University Ridge Apfs, GREENVILLE, S. C. VIS: '45-'46, '46-'477 Siaii Serqeani, '46-'477 Golf, '45- '46-'47: Maior Award Golf, '45-'463 Treasurer Coiillion Ciub, '46-'47: Junior Fooiball, '45g Varsiiy Fooiball, '46: Major Award Fooiball, '46, Secreiary Senior Class, '46- I4-7i Varsiiy BasI4e'rIDaII, '45-'46-'47, "Zooi" GEORGE MONROE WYLIE 305 Norfh Magnolia Sf. HAMMOND, LA. '44-'45: '45-'46: '46-'477 Sergeant '45-'461 Siaff Sergeani, '46-'47: Band, '45-'46-'47, "Bird-Dog" SUMMER SEHIIUL HHAII ATES JACK P. ADOUE 2I35 Looscan Lane HOUSTON, TEX. '44-'45q '45-'467 '46-'47: Sergeant '45-'46g Sraff Sergeanf, -16-'47g Junior Foofball, '44-'4-57 Junior Basicefball, '44A "LS: Varsify Boxing, '45-'46-'47: Varsify Tennis, '46-'47' Honor Council, '45-'46y '46-'47: Member Nafional For- ensic League: Winner Tri-S+a+e Debafey Henry Markley Goss Debafe Medal, Degree of Disfincfion. 'Tiger Jack" 0 SAM J. BELL 105 Harden Sf. COLUMBIA, S. C. '45f46j i4-6-4473 Sergeant '46-'473 Junior Foofball, i45. i'Sam" l-lere 5 lo all old hmers boys They weren l all squaue ul s lrue Some cashed an Nnlh Jrheur oools on Good old lnenos we knew llere la lhe hrsl onee here boy Men who broke lhe lraul For lhe Tenderlool and lhe boosler So here 5 To our old lnends We dnnk To lhenw one and all We ve known The loudhesl ol lhen Sul none lhal we knew we e snnall l-leve s lo hell wzlw lla looosler From lh1s place we new qo lree And Jrhe worsl old hnner l ever knew Looks damn Good lo me 35 ' l . - lg 1- . f- - S. Who Came lo lhe Counlry by rail. l I' l l A X r . . - r , le 3 0 Firsi Row LLOYD ADAMS, JR. JAMES N. ALLISON HALSEY BRAIN Second Row THOMAS F. BRIDGES CHRISTOPHER A. CARPENTER YERGER H. CLIFTON Third Row KENTON S. COE JOHN D. CONWAY ANDREW W. CRAMER Four+h Row BEN M. DALLAS HENRY W. DEW WALTER R. EDMONDS FIIII1 Row JOHN P. EGER WILLIAM T. ELDER NoI' Picfured CHARLES CRAWFORD UNIHH CLAS Firsf Row JOHN S. ELMORE JAMES M. FARRAR LEE S. FOUNTAIN EDWIN H. EWING HENRY R. FERGUSON Second Row CHARLES R. GODCHAUX THOMAS K. IRION WALTER KEITH, Ill GEORGE W. HOPPER GEORGE E. JONES Third Row STANLEY P. LACHMAN MORTON LANGSTAFF CHARLES S. MARTIN CHARLES ALAN LINAKER UIQ Firsf Row GEORGE N. HUTTON J. R. MARTIN GEORGE F. MERRITT Second Row 1 RICHARD H. MERRITT HENRY W. MEYER TEMPLE M. MONTGOMERY Third Row JAMES A. MYATT ELBERT B. NELSON ALBERT B. REYNOLDS Fourfh Row J. T. RHODES LOUIS E. RICE JOHN T. ROBERTSON Fif+h Row PETER W. ROBINSON ERNEST B. RUBSAMEN PETER M. 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During lhe year Jrhe slalll was bolslered by The capable assislance ol Cadel Lieulenanls Beach and l-lar+'r. Hardison lfronfl, Bowen. Conway, Rochford .M-N5fveP'?"'.L':f M X2-was X 'ii-V , 13 X Q. X,-.wx f:w:gig,q.1 ., . Q X .55 yr.,- -.M . . 'NXQ4 . . ,, QSM' W N ss NM, 33? f f x .WXQQF ' ,A .mf M I ' gms W' f gm- N 'E' k Q' msn Q: -,-! i ' li-if Q25 ,Q wg AJR This years rifle 'ream has had much lo live up +o For Jrhe pas? few years 'rhe rifle +eam, under Jrhe able guidance ol Sergeanl Nash, has won high honors. Lasl year lhey won lirsl place in 'rhe Fourlh Service Command by winning 'rhe William Randolph l-learsf lrophy. W n , AQ U fy! 1 WALTER R COX PALMER Fowmz JACK HLIITYLNS, VVWH PALMLP. , MNKL SAPA ..., LHMMY HARYNSON BOB EOWLER, 4 . BILL CLEVELANE. . RUGBY FERGUSON LEE FOUNTANN. . JACK PERRY. . DEXTER RUSS. . ALEX WILSON. A .3 e Y, Sllll SARA HUUGENS CARSTON HITCH, Ill Business Manager Office ol lhe SABER STAFF i947 Sewanee Mililary Academy Sewanee, Tennessee MEMORANDUM: To: The Slall, I947 SABER I. Afler many weary weelcs of labor spasmodically applied, lhe SABER FOR T947 is aboul lo go 'ro press. There have been several limes when il was 'ro be doubled wherher lhis noble bird would survive lhe birlhing. Thal she emerges Tull Tealhered is due in no small parl lo The labors oi your Edilor, Waller Cox. ll is proper lo Call allenlion lo lhe Tacf lhal he has had The lull and The hearly cooperalion of 'rhe enlire slall. 2, Your Facully Adviser desires 'ro express his own apprecialion for lhe privilege of worlcing wirh a group of alerl, sincere and courleous co-laborers. Personally he feels rhal lhis boolc is a reslimonial +o 'rhe diliqence and inilialive of lhe Class of l947. Roberl S. Lancasler, Major, Facully Adviser Lefl ro Righl: Palmer, Cleveland, Sara, Cox, Hardison, Wilson, Russ, Hifch, Hudgens, Perry and Fowler Ad e, Perry, W. Palmer, Hifch, Hardison, Cleveland h MAJOR E. M. BEARDEN Hudgens Hll lllll Lombard, J. Urquharf, Rudolph, Conway, Under flue quid ance of Cliaplain E. lvl. Bearden and Col.l.B.Warner,+l1e l-lonor Council has been able lo live up lo ils 'rradilional slandards by enforcing ine lionor code and frying all violalions ol llwis code. As long as llie lwonor syslern exislsl may God lceep il sleadlasf. EUMMISSIU EH UFFIEEHS The commissioned oTTicers aT Sewanee are The group oT cadeTs upon whom much oT The responsibiliTy oT running The corps Talls. These young men are responsible Tor assisTing The comrnandanT in The main- Tenance oT discipline and good conducT. These boys are The leaders oT The school upon whose loyalTy and abiliTy The repu- TaTion oT The school depends. This year under The able guidance oT CadeT Major Cleveland The corps has developed co- hesion, loyalTy and a disciplined spiriT. Fr 9: Carraway, Bowen, Perry, Hardison, McCall, Beech, Apperson Back: Palmer, W., Hlfch, Cleveland, Dykes, Urquhari, J., Lombard, Sara 'f TBD:-'W lllll ll llllll Sll Frcnf: Col. Fasick, Clillon. Back, Reynolds, Crawford, Clark, Cleveland, Robinson, Sara, Fowler, Darden, Cox Sewanee's Forensic Teams have lrom lhe beginning climbed sleadily upward unlil al 'rhe presenl lime lhe Sewanee chapler ol lhe N. F. L. is 'rhe leading chapler in Tennessee wilh Tennessee ranlc- ing ninlh in 'rhe nalion. Also Sewanee is lhe number one Mililary School in For- ensics. Due greally lo lhe erlorls ol Col. Fasiclc lhe inleresl in This aclivily has grown lhroughoul lhe school unlil 'rhe Academy is guile speech-minded. 58 The boys 'rhal parlicipaled in lourna- menls lasl year are forming a baclcbone ol Jrhis year's chapler wilh a large hard- working group ol new boys who show a greal deal ol promise. Waller Cox and Michael Sara, bolh holding lhe Degree ol l-lonor, form one ol 'rhis year's debaling Teams along wilh Saville Clarlc and Kenlon Coe, anolher slrong Team. Al Reynolds, who holds lhe Degree ol Excellenl and who placed sec- ond in lhe Tennessee lnlerscholaslic Lil- lllll From I940 when Col. C. A. Fasick lirsl organized lhe N. F. L. al lhe Academy, he has conlinued lo produce champion leams in all lields ol forensics. erary League debale conlesl, along wilh Jack Adoue. lhe chapler presidenl, hold- er ol lhe Degree ol Dislinclion and winner ol lhe Tri-Slale debale in I9-45, make up anolher experienced debaling leam. Charles Crawlord, l-larold Darden, Bob Fowler, Bill Cleveland, Peler Robinson, Wally Gladney, and Yerger Clillon, chapler secrelary, have all expended COL. C. A. FASICK lhemselves lo lhe ulmosl and are headed lor honors in lhis year's conlesls. The success ol lhe chapler has been largely due lo lhe lireless ellorls ol Col. Fasick and Ll. Book. whose guidance has increased lhe boys' knowledge and helped lhem win innumerable awards. And so lo "Gus's Talking Tigers" we wish lhe besl ol luck. As an addender hol oll lhe wire and barely in lime lor press- The Sewanee Mililary Academy won lhe Ballour Trophy al lhe Dislricl N. F. L. lvleel in Paris. This lrophy is awarded on lhe basis ol leam excellence. The debaling leams won over all comers lrom lhree slales: Lachman look lirsl place in Oralorical Declamaliong Brallon, second in Original Oralory, and Upslill lhird in Dramalic Declamalion. Jusl a week laler Brallon placed lirsl in lhe Slale lvleel and Clillon chalked up a lhird in Poelry lnlerprelalion. 59 M5 A : vi N x .Q o , Y ws. L. H-e'1 ?"k Q 1 I 4 KW M SLM QA 1? M235 vw i 5 s N N W ng' ffiz 7 ix!! fi 1 i V. f' X M 1 L? r lg 4 41 Q21 Y X 'Q- ,figs -wirfl-1 Leif fo Righl: Seay, Ewing, Fowler, McCay, Elder, Needham, Roosma, Langslafl, Merrill, Anderson, Gladney Back Row: Peck, Baker, Chrislian, Palmer, Carraway, McCall, Lake, Turnbull, Edmonds, Reed, Linalrer, Crawford Yergoy, Cleveland, Carponler, Smifh, Robinson, Huml, Davis, Founlain, Shams, Janey. lillll Illll LT. F. E. RANDLE Band and Glee Club Direclor bl ilu , A, W, 'MQ f 2,4 ,1 ,E My , 4 :ig-5:2 if r 'Y WM ,I ,.., gf.. I A , 4 , www .H W W M W yr .,,. ' , 5 In 3 ,R 4 if f -wi Q W I f' 334 1-.isis Xi .1 . 1 58? gh, 221 -! 2116 - 'BHQ ? 'H S5 M .W wr- e ' - -4. .f 4 . I qrgx A! . , ! , . 'I if n fa A 1 1 1-581- avg,ym-vlsiiff' 1 ' ' 'dr l -W-Inq, 1 ' ""'-vm! fi MAJOR PAUL B. ROBINSON LT. EUGENE TOWLES Caagh Assisfanf Coach "FAT PAT" 4-,,, SEWA lTE'S TIGERS Maior Paul Robinsons Sewanee Tigers, lighTer Than usual, buT wiTh more scrap, opened The season by losing I3-O To The Tullahoma WildcaTs, a heavier Team wiTh Two games already under Their belTs. Lynchburg came To Sewanee The nexT weelc. The Tigers lynched Lynchburg 26-I3, wiTh Willy SeaT scoring Two Touch- downs, and Gladney and Apperson each crossing The goal line once. lNlexT, The DarlingTon Tigers Trom Rome, Georgia, came To The mounTain. The Two Tigers ToughT hard Tor The Tull sixTy min- uTes on l-lardee Field. Sewanee's superb deTense was bolsTered by The TerriTic line play oT Beach, lVlyaTT, Donald, T-luTTon, and CarpenTer. The resulT was a scoreless Tie. NeiTher Tiger could ouTdo The oTher. DarlingTon wenT on undeTeaTed To become The Mid-SouTh champions Tor IQ46. The McCallie Tornadoes swepT down on The mounTain nexT, bringing wiTh Them Tornado weaTher. The Tigers ToughT hard in The mud and rain wiTh everyThing They had, buT The Tornadoes blew away wiTh a 32-O vicTory. The Sewanee Team nexT Toolc an easy 20-O vicTory Trom The oTher mounTain Team, ST. Andrews. VARSITY FOOTBALL The Tollowing week, Sewanee journeyed To Columbia, Tennessee, only To be Turned away wiTh a I3-O loss by The Columbia MiliTary Academy Team. The Tigers ToughT one oT Their hardesf baTTles on The C. lvl. A. field. NexT, The Big Purple wenT To PeTers- burg, Tennessee, To meeT The Morgan Prep Team. Several bad "breaks" were responsible Tor a 20-I3 loss To Morgan. A beauTiTul end run by Raymie Edmonds and an Apperson To WorTh pass were responsible Tor The Two TDs. Two oTher Touchdowns were called back on Techni- caliTies. NexT, The NoTre Dame Greenies came To The mounTain. This home game pro- vided a greaT deal oT exciTemenT as boTh Teams displayed wide open TacTics. The Irish were senT back To ChaTTanooga wiTh The shorT end oT a I4-6 score. 66 3 The Tnnal qarne oT The season was a vnsn' WorTh Apperson l-lardrson Gladney To BaTTle Ground Academy aT Franklin Tennessee The B G A crew ouTran The Tlqers and handed Them a 6 O deTeaT Thus closed The I 946 season The record Tor The year wasn T Too good buT noT aT any Tnme dfd The Team show any lack oT TnohT and solruT WuTh graduahon nexT sprunq The Tnqers wall lose Caplraen T-lud gens McCall Beach Donald Peck Russ SeaT Walker and Luverrnore The ma Terral Tor nexT year wall make up Tor These losses w1Th CapTaun Edmonds lVTyaTT CarpenTer T-luTTon Anderson Dallas SmuTh Farms Race and Prnce assurmg Sewanee oT a sTronq Team The Corps and The Trqers look Torward To a success Tul season 5 I I II S.Iv1,A S.IvI.A S.M.A S.M.A.. . . . S.Iv1.A S.IvI.A S.IvI.A S.IvI.A S,IvI.A IUII IIIIISITI RESULTS I3g SouIh Piifsburg O7 Winches+er . . 73 TuIIahorna . Og Manchesfer , . Og IvIcCaIIie. . Og TuIIahoma . . 207 Soufh Pifisburg O: Tracy Cify . . Op Winchesfer . 73 McCaIIie. . 7 I9 I4 I9 I 9 20 6 I9 39 2 I Facing a Iouqh season with inexperienced players fhe S. M. A. Junior Varsify gave a credit abIe show. In eighf ou+ of Ihe Ien games Ihe J.V. faced "B" Ieams whose varsifies were champions or runners up of Iheir respecfive conferences. Langsfaff, Jacobs, R. Merri++, and R. Bearden were ouIs'rancIing in The backiield, while Price, Sayers, Yarbrough and Seay paced Ihe Iinesmen. ,Q The Miles, coached by Caplain J. B. Ernesl, compleled anolher successful sea- son lhis year. The learn showed slrong opposilion and swill aggressiveness aqainsl lheir opponenls. l-laving been ball, ihey will be prospecls lor nexl year's lauqhl 'rhe iundarnenlals oi good fool- Junior Varsily squad. Left to Righl: Pope, King, D., Simmonds, Rochford, Allen, Mansker, King, R., Nelson, R., Vassey, Fry, Winkler, Hughsion, R., Schwab, Turnbull. X 5 W1 ek ii f an 'Ziff . 9,1 :N 2? , ' 1-5 23 n i gif 2 mm: Q V' S gigs, iA3:?? Tqgxigm S '-ys3,xj?g25,5Xu , , Qiggiasy. 'Nh .Qc F N www W - wg Y 1 ,1'l,,l"' gg , ,gf 'Q K N9 F Y ? ,A I? if N is 5 S 'K Q gy, , ggi vii v , :Q iii' Q y I ' Www? . 4 , of 5 , m t 2 4 h . ,.:,,,, .mr ,ai X f if M W 5' Hlllllllllll SCORES S.M.A. Tracy CiTy . . S.M.A. WinchesTer S.M.A. Tullahoma . . S.M.A. McMinnville . S.M.A. S.M.A. . . . , S.M.A., . . . S.M.A. . . . . S.M.A. . . . . S.M.A. . . . . S.M.A. . . . . McCallie . . NoTre Dame . CasTle l-leighTs C.M.A .,.. UniversiTy "BH Tullahoma . . WinchesTer . S.M,A DarlingTon . S.M.A DarlingTon . S.M.A G.M.A .... S.M.A ST. Andrews. S.M.A McCallie . . S.M.A C.M.A. . . S.M.A B.G.A. . . . S.M.A ST. Andrews. S.M.A UniversiTy "Bl S.M.A S,M.A S.M.A S.M.A.. . . . NoTre Dame. B.G.A. . . . CasTle HeighTs T.M.l.. . . . Taking To The hardwood Tor The TirsT Time in I946 47 season, The Tiger quinTeT showed excellenT Torm in subduing Tracy CiTy, 49-22. Archie MyaTT and Alex Wilson led in scoring wiTh l2 and 8 poinTs, respecTively. The Team gained Three more vicTories beTore going home Tor The Iong4awaiTed ChrisTmas holidays, wiTh WinchesTer, Tullahoma, and McMinnville being The vicTims oT Sewanees prowess. CapTain PaT Apperson and Donald Trumbo led in The scoring deparTmenT. DeTensive honors wenT To Ben Dallas, who compleTely sTopped an All-STaTe Tor- ward Trom McMinnville. ReTurning from Their ChrisTmas vacaTion, The Tigers journeyed To ChaTTanooga, where McCallie handed Them Their TirsT deTeaT oT The season. The nexT day NoTre Dame was downed 4l-37. The Purple was paced by Donald Trumbo, who personally accounTed Tor Twelve poinTs, and whose passing accounTed Tor many more. MeeTing CasTle l'leighTs Tor The TirsT Time in baslceTball, Sewanee played a splendid game, buT, despiTe The TacT ThaT l-leighTs was Trailing aT The halT, losT The game, 37-29. ReTaliaTion Tor This loss came The nexT day when "Skinny" Apperson hiT The baslceT Tor nine poinTs To lead his Team To a 3l-29 Triumph over PAT APPERSON Capfain is 'Kg Rn: l A 3 Xl C. lvl. A. Tom WorTh, consisTenTly an excellenT deTensive man, scored six poinTs To Take second place among oTTensive leaders. Cur "Big BroThers aT The UniversiTy were shown no mercy as The Academy Team deTeaTed Them, 32-28. The big shoes oT Tom WorTh were ably Tilled by l-lerberT l-lobday, a sophomore, who Turned in a Top-noTch perTormance. ln quiclc order, Tullahoma and WinchesTer succumbed To The mighTy Sewanee machine, losing by scores oT 20-ll and 33-I9. Raymie Edmonds was The "big guni' on oTTense in These Two games. The Tigers proved They were a maTch Tor any Team when They humiliaTed The bewildered DarlingTon Tive in a dazzling exhibiTion oT baslceTball aT iTs besT. PaT Apperson had a Tield day, scoring I4 poinTs while holding his opponenT scoreless. Edmonds Tollowed closely wiTh I3 Tallies. Ben Dallas conTinued The ouTsTanding deTensive play ex, hibiTed by him The enTire season. Charlie Linalcer, TogeTher wiTh Dallas, conTrolled The baclcboards. Final score: 45-25. This vicTory broughT The seasonis record To The impressive ToTal oT IO wins and 2 losses. There is every reason To believe ThaT They will uphold This record The remainder oT The season. Much oT The crediT Tor The greaT success oT The Team belongs To Major Paul Robinson and LieuTenanT RoberT Wood, who have spenT many hours creaTing an eTTecTive sysTem Tor The Team To use. Sewanee is deTermined ThaT Their oTTorT will be iusTiTied by The resulTs of The season. ,....--M-mf III IIIII The Junior Varsily experienced a very successful season, winning six of 'flue nine games played. Led by Caplain Ed Gar- ner and Ivlonlgomery Gales, The group deall SI. Andrews, Soullw Piflsburg, and IIIIIIIIII Mclvlinnville Iwo deleals apiece. Sam Parham, Shelby Scales, and Roberl Davis, all lellerrnen. compleled a 're-am slrong in every posilrion. SCORES S.lvl.A.. . . . l37 Sl. Andrew s... 27 S.Iv1.A.. . . . 202 ST. Andrews . . . I7 S.lvl.A Soufli Pillsburg I2 S.M.A.. . . . I87 McMinnville . . . I3 S.lVl.A lvlclvlinnville , 7 S.IVl.A. . , . . 242 Winchesler. . . . 25 S.M.A Sou+I1 Piffsburg I2 S.IvI.A.. . . . I7: Sf. Andrews . . .20 S.M.A S+, Andrews . I2 73 LT. EUGENE TOWLES Assislanl Coach ln lne S. M. A, rzyrn lne Tiqers slammed lo a decisive 7-3 viflory over Sl, Andrews in a holiy conlesled ballle. This was lhe opening liqhl ol lhe season and lhe lighlincz cadels slarled oll will' a bang. lri 'he lirsl lighl Lozkharl gained poinls lor lhe Tigers wlh a deosion over nis cp- ponenl, while Cracrall losl a cose boul. ln lhe nexl slug' lesl Co-caplain Jack Adcue carne cul on lop will' a KO. being lollowed by Bob Higgins who in a l'ne exhib'lion cornplelely oulclassed hs opponenl. Bob Fowler, Mac Van Warl, Tommy Price, and Ed Srnilh kepl lhe lighlhg Tigers lar oul in lronl while Seav linally lcsl anolher close malch. The men back lrorn lasl yearls leam are Caolahi Bill Seal. who won lhe Mid-Souln Championshp lasl year Co-Caplain llllll Jack Adoue. a Challanooga area runner-up. Tommy Price, anolher runner-up in lhe Challanooga area, Herb McCall, a rough opponenl in any ring, along wilh Pislol Jacobs and Ed Smilh, bolh hard hilling boxers. Several new men show a greal deal ol promise. Among lhese are Bob "Cajun" Higgins, George "Squirrel" Hullon. Bob Fowler, Ernesl Rubsarnen, Charlie Lewis, Park Urquharl, Bill Roberls, and "Rick" Lockharl. The leam is beginning lo shape oul and by lhe lime ol lhe MideSoulh Tournamenl lhey should be in liplop condilion wilh perhaps several cnarnps. A greal deal ol credil goes lo lhe able work ol l.l. Gene Towles, who has worked hard pulling lorlh lime and ellorl as coach ol' lhis learn. Through his leadership lhe boys will nol only become capable ol laking care ol' lhernselves bul will learn lo carry lhe lighl lo lhe olher man in no uncerlain manner. Also we should nol, as is ollen lhe Case. lorgel our managers, "Dexlrose" Russ and George Hopper, who are always on hand lo give every assislance possible. The scedule lor lhe rarnainder ol lhe year is: Caslle Heighls Academy Tennessee Mililary Academy McCallie Mid-Soulh Tournament Wilh lhe corps behind lhem lhe "TwoAFisled Tigers" will always give lheir opponenls a hard lighl lor lop honors. 1 a af' - 4- YMQQ, WX I 'fl' 4 1 -Q-Q., 1404" 5 Q, 5 ii .f r I 4. 8' Q S, JF SllllMMl.li The IQ47 Swimming Team coached by L+. McQueen, is pushing ahead 'rowards new glories again lhis year. Bob Donald, lasl year's high poinr man a+ lhe Mid- Soulh swimming meel, will caplain The swimming Tigers wilh John Conway as co-caplain. Relurning from lasl year are Cloud, Conlclin, and l-loughslon. A prom- ising group ol new men will augmenl 'rhe IQ47 leam. The 'ream lhis year will be lighling for defense of 'rheir Challanooga Area Championship againsl McCallie. And fhis year's ambilion is lo caplure lhe coveled Mid-Soulh Championship lrom Jrhe classic rival, Caslle l-leighls. The schedule for I947 is as follows: G. M. A., Caslle l-leighls, C. M. A. and McCallie. A slill schedule, yes, bu'r lhe '47 'ream has lhal Tighling spiril and should again bring home lhe honors for S. M. A. F fR B k Donald, Conway, Me H S df S d Row: Cox, Maxwell, Cloud, Da M f Blanz, shgniaa Ed WY gh O Y1vS Lf. Mc ueen, ou se , ara. lllllllll lillll The '47 lraclc 'rearn will have Myall, Ed Smilh, Wilson, Elder, lv1cCay, and McDonald refurninq from lasl year's squad. Under lhe able leadership and coaching of L+. Towles, 'rhe boys will be a rough opponenl for any learn. The golf Team 'rhis year will be sludded wilh 'rhree of lasl year's srars-Worlh, Sayres, and Sonnernan. There will also be capable linlcsmen in Monlgomery and Lachrnan. Capl. Ernes+'s boys will be shoolinq for The Mid-Soulh cup lhis year. TRACK TEAM Fronf Row, leff +o righf: Dew, Cufhberlson, Ziegler, Rochford, McDonald, Sherwin, C. King. Second Row: Merrill, Huffon, Ed- monds, Landry, Elder, McCay. Third Row: Wilson, Founfain, Keifh, Peclx, Moser, J. Brain. GOLF TEAM LeH fo Right: Brooks, Sonneman, Roosma, Godchaux, Worlh, Thomas. Leif To Right Reynolds, Adoue, Perryy Clark, Urquharl, J. C., Monfqomery, Wilson, Conway, Morrison, Hume The S. M. A. Tennis Team, under The ex- perienced coaching oT Col. C. A. Fasiclc, sTarTed oTT early This year. The reTurning players Trom lasT year are Harrell Darden and Jack Adoue, This year's capTain. Bill Morrison, Temple MonTgomery, Alec Wil- son, Al Reynolds, Jimmy Urquhart and Jack Perry provide a well balanced Team. This Team should provide sTiTT compe- TiTion Tor all comers in The Mid-SouTh. So Tar This season The CadeTs have beaTen Baylor Twice, ST. Andrews once, while losinq To M. B. A. in a close maTch and Then To DarlingTon. The individual records Tor The players are preTTy good. Bill Morrison has won Three and losT Two. Temple MonTgomery came ouT winner Three Times while losinq Twice. l-Tarrell Darden won one and losT Two, while Jaclc Adoue won Tour and losT Two. The whole Team, under The able direcTion oT Col. 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