Tulane University - Jambalaya Yearbook (New Orleans, LA)

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HiiU w, .,: ( ' M I I I I R O L O G U E LET US PURSUE THE MODERN COLLEGE STUDENT-WITHOUT THE COMPLEXITY OF A THEM E-T H E THOUGHT IS WITH TULANE-THE MEDIUM, MODERN ART .. ••:• .■.j,?_. . L-iL ■iim.wjiww ] .. 19 3 5 ' THE OFFICIAL YEAR THE STUDENTS OF LOCATED IN NEW COPYRIGHT -1- -;- NINETEEN THIRTy=FIVE ALLAN LITTLE, JR. -;- EDITOR»IN = CHIEF BOOK PUBLISHED B TULANE UNIVERSITY ORLEANS. LOUISIANA R I C f L R n WOOD -;- ASSOCIATE EDITOR W. HORACE W ' lLEIAAls JR. -;- BUSINESS yMANAGER ALMA MATER THE CLASSES ATHLETICS FEATURES FRATERNITIES ORGANIZATIONS HUMOR FOREWORD IF IN THE FUTURE THIS MODEST PRES- ENTATION MAY HELP RECALL TEN. DER MEMORIES OF COLLEGE LIFE AT TULANE, OUR EF- FORTS WILL NOT T WE BEEN IN VAIN W E RESPECTFULLY DEDICATE THS VOL= U ME TO DR. JOSEPH CLAY WALKER WHO HAS WON OUR ADMIRATION THROUGH HIS SOUND ADVICE, UNSELFISHNESS AND GENTLE MANLINESS kc D E D I DR. JOSEPH CLAy XX ' ALKER CATION IN MEMORIAM GEORGE FARRAR PATTON M.D. Professor of the Practice of Medicine, Emeritus, Tulane Univarsil DIED APRIL 2, 1934 JOHN HENRY BAYON A.M., M.D. Professor of Applied Anatomy. Emeritus, Tulane University DIED APRIL 19, 1934 WILLIAM BENJAMIN SMITH Ph.D., LL.D. Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus, Tulane University DIED AUGUST 6, 1934 EDWARD PHILLIP McCORMAC M.D. Instructor in Urology, Tulane University DIED MARCH 2. 1934 GEORGE BENJAMIN COLLIER B.S., M.D., F.A.C.S. Instructor in Otolaryngology, Tulane University DIED JULY 9, 1934 WARREN ALVIN MACKIE, JR. Student, College of Engineering, Tulane University DIED NOVEMBER 18, 1934 HUBERT B. LANDIS, JR. Student, College of Law, Tuiane University DIED FEBRUARY 2, 1935 » •y c= fit a yl l a L e © ll c CD BOARD. ADMfNlS ATOR.S Esmond Phelps, A.B., LL.B President Chauncey French ' irst Vice-President Ernest Lee Jahncke, B.E Second Vice-President Walker Brainerd Spencer, A.B., LL.B. Charles Rosen, A.B., LL.B. Marcus Johns Magruder, M.D. Paul Hill Saunders, A.M., Ph.D. Samuel Zemurray Florence Dymond, A.B. Jules Blanc Monroe, A.B., LL.B. James Pierce Butler, LL.B. John Barnwell Elliott, A.M., M.D. George Elliot Williams, B.E. S. Walter Stern, A.B. Charles Allen Favrot. M.E. Joseph Wheadon Carroll Ex-Officio Oscar K. Allen Governor of Louisiana Thomas Semmes Walmsley Mayor of New Orleans Thomas H. Harris State Superintendent of Public Education Lawrence Andre Wogan Secretary and Treasurer ALBERT BLEDSOE DINWIDDIE, PH.D., LL.D The PRESIDENT ' S Cl T . JLHIS year. 1935, inai-l s llic boc;inninc; cl tlio second conliii-y in llio lilc ol llic lulano I I n i ' orsily ol Louisiana. 1 his L lni ' crsily Um its oocjinninv js in a small out sicjnilicant v ' ay when in .laniiary lS35,alcv ' shiaonls were assemoleci lor llie lirsl lecliire ol llie lirst nieaical course to oe ucliverca in 1 New Orleans. 1 ne institution, lirst called tlie Aledical L-olle e of Louisiana, lias ae -elopea tlirou :;!! successi ' w periods ol c;rowtn into the present completely organized and widely recov;ni-ed lulane I Inixersity ol Louisiana. 1 hrouc;h the century, 1 ulane has added one department alter another as intec;ral parts ol a complete unix-ersfty orc;ani= Ration, bhe has ox ' ercome almost insuperaole oostacles ol ' arious kinas to reach a position ol the hicjhest ranh and prcsticje in the held ol higher education, y lumni and students shouki take a deep pride in their connection with an in- ' litu= tion ol such honorable traditions and worthy achiexements. It is hoped that the lix ' in ;; alumni ol all the past years and the parents ol all students now enrolled in the I lni ersity vs ' ill assemble durincj the L ommencemenl W eek enoinc; _lune tilth to celebrate the L entennial . nni -ersary ol lulane. NTENNIAL MF.bbAOE (Lyke ADMINISTRATION The School of Medicine CHARLES CASSEDY BASS, M.D., D.Sc, F.A.C.P. Dean The School of Medicine occupies an enviable place among the leading medical schools of the country. Students and doctors from every state in the Union and from many foreign countries come to Tulane for medical training. The Hutchinson Memorial Clinic in the New Hutchinson Memorial Building provides for the most practical training and experience in actual care of patients. Each senior student has what corresponds to a well equipped private office where, under the supervision of an instructor, he examines and treats his patients as he should do later in private practice. The College of Law RUFUS CARROLLTON HARRIS, A B., LL.B., Juris. D., LL.D. Dean The Tulane College of Law was established in 1847 as the Law Department of the University of Louisiana. The curriculum of the College has been arranged to provide for the special training of those who intend to practice in Louisiana, and at the same time to afford training to those who may wish to practice in any of the other states. The College owns one of the most complete law libraries in the Southern states. It is a member of the Associa- tion of American Law Schools. It publishes the Tulane Law Review, which affords a medium for the expression of the best thought available on Comparative Jurisprudence. School of Medicine Faculty College of Law Faculty Pafff l6 9 «5 ADMINISTRATION The College of Commerce MORTON ARNOLD ALDRICH. A.B., Ph.D. Dean The purpose of this college has been, since its es- tablishment in 1914, to offer substantial profes- sional training preparatory to a business career. The instruction offered is planned for students sufficiently able and mature to do work of uni- versity grade, and no student is received unless prepared to do work of this character. It is es- sential, also, to the permanent success of the col- lege that its students approach their work in an earnest professional spirit. In order to make the business courses available for business men and women, classes are also held at night from 8 to 9:45 o ' clock. Each course meets one night a week. The College of Engineering DOUGLAS SMITH ANDERSON. A.B.. M.A., D.Sc. Dean The College of Engineering offers broad courses of professional training in the fundamental prin- ciples of the different branches of Engineering and Architecture, leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Architecture, re- spectively. The courses offered are Mechanical and Electri- cal Engineering, Civil Engineering, Chemical En- gineering, and Architecture. Within the past several years, extensive additions have been made to the equipment of the engi- neering laboratories, to the extent that they offer excellent facilities for the regular undergraduate instruction, as well as opportunities for the study and investigation of special problems. For the stud ' of Architecture. New Orleans offers exceptional advantages. College of Con-nie[;e Fjcull Colleqo of Enginearing Faculty Vaijc ly ADMINISTRATION Newcomb College PIERCE BUTLER, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Dean Mrs. Josephine Louise Newcomb founded New- comb College as a memorial to her daughter, Harriott Sophie Newcomb. In fulfillment of Mrs. Newcomb ' s wish and her profound interest in the people of New Orleans, the College en- deavors to equip young women for effective and intelligent service to society. A college of liberal arts offering sound instruction in cultural and scientific fields is the center of Newcomb. For students suited by temperament or by special apti- tude to develop a sound culture through Art or Music, the College offers special four-year courses in those subjects, leading to appropriate degrees. College of Arts and Sciences EDWARD A. BECHTEL. Ph.D. Dean The College of Arts and Sciences is one of the oldest colleges of Tulane University. It offers courses leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Educa- tion in Physical Education. The curriculum is planned to give a general edu- cation and, at the same time, affords opportunity for specialization in some one group of studies. Special courses offered prepare for the study of Medicine and of Law. Among the elective courses is included the Department of Journal- ism. The course in Physical Education affords preparation for athletic coaches and directors, to- gether with training in academic subjects. Newcomb College Faculty College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Page iS €L ADMINISTRATION 1 Graduate School of Medicine hiram watkins kostmayer, a.b., m.d., f.a.c.s. Dean The Graduate School of Medicine, a department of the College of Medicine of the Tulane Uni- versity, provides post-graduate instruction to the medical profession. The courses offered are arranged to afford work from October to June of each year, and during that time there may be found medical graduates from all parts of the country who come to avail themselves of the op- portunities presented in order to keep abreast with the recent advances in medicine and surgery, or to specialize in the major branches. Instruction during the forenoon is carried on in the wards and clinics of the Charity Hospital, Touro Infirmary, and the Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Hospital, and the afternoon and evenings comprise didactic lectures and work in the clinical laboratory at the Hutchinson Memorial Building. The Graduate School JOHN MacLAREN McBRYDE, Ph.D., Litt.D. Dean The Graduate School offers courses leading to ad- vanced degrees in liberal arts, the sciences, en- gineering, and in special branches of the medical sciences. For those holding the degrees of Bach- elor of Science and Doctor of Medicine, oppor- tunity is afforded for clinical work in the hospitals of the city under the guidance of well-known spe- cialists. Thus the Graduate School presents carefully planned courses for teachers desiring to gain a broader and deeper knowledge of their chosen fields and for graduates in engineering and medicine wishing to specialize in particular lines of work. Graduate School of Medicine Faculty The Graduate School Faculty ' «; (■ Q ADMINISTRATION Department of Middle American Research FRANS BLOM, Ph.B., A.M. Director The Department of Middle Amer- ican Research was founded in 1924 to conduct advanced research into the history, archEologi,-, botany, products and natural resources of Mexico, the Central American repub- lics and the West Indies, as well as to gather and disseminate informa- tion about these countries. Five ex- peditions have been sent into the field. Tulane was responsible for the Maya Temple at the Chicago World ' s Fair of 1933-1934. The library of the department ranks among the nation ' s leading research libraries, containing thousands of rare items. Courses For Teachers JAMES ADAIR LYON, A.M., D.Sc. Chairman For many years, Tulane University has operated a number of courses to meet the need of those whose hours of employment will not permit at- tendance upon regular classes. The classes are scheduled in the afternoon hours and on Saturdays, thus mak- ing it possible for teachers, especially if they so desire, to add to their equipment in many subjects. These courses are of full college grade, conducted by regular members of the faculrv. The School of Social Work ELIZABETH WISHER, Ph.D. Director The School of Social Work is a graduate school offering a profes- sional curriculum in social work. The leading social agencies in New Orleans cooperate in furnishing field work facilities for its students. As the only member of the American Association of Schools of Social Work in this section of the South, the Tulane University School of So- cial Work attracts graduates from many of the leading universities in this area. Students from the School now occupy important positions in public and private agencies through- out many states. The school grants a Master ' s Degree in Social Work. Front Campus Showing Lawn and Gibson Hall Page 20 iLc cat s islet I y IN PICTURE AND MORV Paqc 21 1 ' 4. !■ f % k ( _ ■ J ,- , ♦- mOf , . ' -.■j v x ■- ■- - V mg g jg HttiMH ■ im f 1 : ■_ BHil . ■H P " L. 1 : Reeves, Barti.ett, McDaniei., Van Hook, Cram, Williams THE BRAIN John B. McDaniel, Jr. President oj ilte Student Council Membership of the Tulane University Student Council is com- posed of the presidents of the various colleges of the University — Medicine, Law, Commerce, Engineering, Arts and Sciences, and Newcomb. Individual members are elected by popular vote in each student body, and council officials are chosen by the members themselves. Unique in selection and powers, the Student Council holds a place apart, if not an envied position, among institutions of higher learning in this country. At the 10th annual congress of the Na- tional Student Federation of America, held in Boston during Christmas week, Tulane ' s system of student government was lauded as the most democratic and liberal of those colleges repre- sented. Rigid control over officially recognized student activities, author- ity to acknowledge only those organizations which conform to stated requirements, and budgetary and financial powers rarely en- joyed by student governments are but evidence of the council ' s characteristically exceptional authority. The Tulane Student Council was organized in March, 1915, at the installation of self-government at the University. For twenty years, from Commencement to Commencement, a score of Student Co uncils have functioned as supreme legislative, executive and judicial bodies in every aspect of undergraduate activity. Page 23 Important and indispensable in University affairs is the office of Student Activities. Created a decade ago, this office has in re- cent years become the liaison between the four component parts of Tulane University — the student body, the administration, the fac- ulty, and the alumni. Calvert G. de Coligny, Tulane ' 32, is serving his third year as Graduate Manager of Student Activities. Duties of this office re- quire the incumbent to act as General Student Body Secretary, keeping records of the Student Council, including records of all receipts and disbursements of student activity fees; serving in an advisory capacity to the Student Council in matters where prece- dent may carry weight; and supervising and coordinating the man- agement of student activities to secure clos:r cooperation in their respective works. Necessarily, the Graduate Manager of Student Activties must cooperate as closely as possible with the Student Council. Execu- tive orders of the undergraduate governing body must be adminis- tered by the Graduate manager in order to secure coordination among the various organizations and activities of the University. Tulane was host during the spring of 1935 to representatives of a vast number of universities and colleges of the Southland. The Southern Federation of College Students, together with the TRUSTERS Southern Division of the National Student Federation of America and southern members of the National College Press Association, made New Orleans their headquarters on April 11, 12, and 13, 1935, for the annual meeting of the three bodies. John B. Mc- Daniel, Jr., Student Council president, also served as president of the joint convention. THE STUDENT COUNCIL Mn.MHnRS j()ii 15. McDwiEi., JK Prcsidiiil Co mm life C. Jl M H VRTIIITT riit-PitshUilt Eiiiliuiiriiii J AMI ' S A. ' X liooK Secretary Lr.zv C. R(n Williams Medicine KirxD.ALL H. Cram .v ,i,id Sciences axcv R. Ri;iivi;s Nnvcomb I ' tl ' J ' - 3$ J. H. Randolph Feltus, who graduates from the College of Law this year, will succeed Calvert G. de Coligny as graduate manager of student activities. Calvert G. de Colicky Graduate Manager of Student .4 ctivities it gpy - U Officers Louis L. Rosrs ' President g. ■ fc_ J° KiLLEEN ' rice-President K fe . Kk ■ i Robert L. Simpson Treasurer y " I 4 1 Clifford Favrot Secretary 1 f Charles M. Rucker . . . General Manager fj John Singreen . . Editor of " The Tulanian " Executive Coimmittee Louis L. Rosen Charles M. Rucker Law • President Manager „ _ C. Ellis Henican Norton Wisdom Engineering: William B. Monroe THE TULANE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Albert Wachenheim, jr. Co nmerce: The Alumni are the hfe blood of the University. It Eben Hardie , rr-A -■ ri iitt- Leonard Gessner IS the endeavor or this Association to rurther all Univer- i,, ,■ IMedtcine: sity interests and to maintain a contact between the Dr. John j. Irwin . , . 1 I • A 1 -K X - John J. Archinard Aiumni and their Alma Mater. , Graduate : Aside from the New Orleans organization, the Walter m. Barnett, Jr. ° Bernard H. Grehan Alumni Clubs are formed to give Tulane concentrated ,-; „„ Sciences: strength in various sections of the country, and through William p. hacertv o Richard B. Montgomery, Jr. the prestige of this membership, influence prospective stu- Newcomb- dents favorably toward Tulane. Mrs. f. Julius Dreyfous Miss Mildred C. Christian Membership in the Association is open to all grad- Pharmacy: uates and ex-students of the University. All loyal Tulan- 5. ' " ' " = ' J " " esthoff, Jr. J I r r I A • • Dentistry : lans are urged to become members ot the Association p j melville Smith either through the Annual or Life Membership plan. - - " ' ° ' ° ' " ' ™ The Bequest Insurance Plan will be presented to the graduating classes for their approval. The benefits to be derived by you through your participation therein will be explained in due course, by the representative of this Association. T. U. R. K. CLUB In line with the Alumni Association, the Turk Club does its part in boosting the University. The Tulane University Rooters Klub (T. U. R. K.) was founded at Tulane in 1932 for the purpose of promoting school spirit through the use of card displays, at football games, helping with pep meetings and the selection of cheer leaders, and, finally, for the purpose of furthering better intercollegiate understanding and relationship by meeting and entertaining visiting athletic teams. Due to the competent assistance of the cheer leaders, excellent cooperation from the Newcomb and Tulane students, and hard work of the T.U.R.K. members, card displays rivalling those of the University of Southern California were put on at the Georgia, Georgia Tech, and Sewanee football games. Because of the good work done by the T. U. R. K. ' s in uniting the students and stimulating their spirit in student activities, the future of the club is extremely bright. Page 24. ... U N I V E R S I T MEMBERS Tiildnc C ' liARi.Ks C. Bass, Jr. R() R. Bastian, Jr. r. Hale Boccs Ernest A. Carrerk, Jr. Joseph O. Carson, Jr. Erg EusTis Robert E. Friedman Simon Herolo Gordon B. Hyde Charles Janvier Harry P. Jordan, Jr. L. T. Kuhner Allan Liitle, Jr. Raoul Livaudais Robert Lockett John L. Many HI Norman Melun Albert M. Norwood John A. O ' Connor, Jr. Homer Rankin John R. Rue ' , Jr. Vh.ll m O. Robert Rudolph J. Schulze, Jr. Cecil M. Shilstone Allen Steiner Edward H. Sutter W. Waller Young, Jr. ' TULANE UNIVERSITY ROOTERS KLUB OFFICERS DoNAi.i) Kerr I ' nsidcnl luvisc Hardestv, Jr. I ' ll I ' -PresidenI Philip Werlein IV ' Sicrflary Katherlne E. Nolan Neivcomb Chairman MEMBERS Newcn nh MiNoi.A L. Backer Ida a. Barnett Halcyon R. Colomb Doris D. Davis Lynne p. IIecht Jessie W. Janvier Cecile M. Kahn Frances M. Kerr Peggy Martin Helen J. Michel Vada L. Odom Nancy R. Reeves Elizabeth A. Scales Mildred R. S haw Francise H. Talbot GOWDYLOCH VeNABLE Leila S. Werlein Alma P. Wirth Ann C. Woodard S WIJH THE PRESS T. Hale Bogcs Editor-in-Cliief Laurance Eustis, Jr. Business Manager IJE COUNTING the achievements and • ' ' ■ events in the daily hves of the students of the University is the function of the Tulane Hullabaloo. For almost fifty years this pubhca- tion has advanced with the University. It has been the endeavor always to portray the human side of University life. Even more important at present is the fact that in a world of economic insecurity the opinion of the student is sought after. Tulane student thought is thus judged in other quarters through its paper. An interest- ing, lively, progressive paper indicates at least that there is thought. Ite ;fn iillavalco Editorial Staff T. Hale Boggs Editor-in-Chicj C. C. Bass, Jr Associate Editor CoRixxE Claiborne Neivcomb Editor AIoiSE W. DeXXERY Sports Editor Thilo L. J. " 0X Klrxatowski Campus Editor Tom M. Haves. Jr Neivs Editor Halcyox Colomb Society Editor Mervix H. Rise.MAX Assistant Sports Editor Howard K. Smith, Jr Assistant (Jampus Editor Fraxces Iusser Assistant Campus Editor I. Harry L. Saxders, Jr Assistant News Editor JoAX Pressburg Assistant Xeucomb Editor Glexdy Culligax Assistant Neivcomb Editor Jaxet Ql ' ILLAx Assistant Neivcomb Editor Business Staff L.aURaxce Eustis, Jr Business Manager Robert X. Avlix Local Advertising Manager Cliftox Butler National Advertising I Ianager Louise ] Iay Goldex . . Ncucomb Advertising Manager Hermax Neugass Circulation Manager Joseph C. Meyers, Jr. . . Assistant Circulation Alanager Robert AI. Hayxie Advertising Salesman Page 26 7 " aH.e J Uc atocck THE JAM BALAVA Editorial Staff Alle Litti.i;, JR Eilitor- ' in-Chuj Rich ui H. Wood, [r Associate Editor Joiix W. Sims Assistant Editor Celeste L ' soxs Nnccomb Editor Verxov Pa NE Sports Editor BrearI) SxelI.IXGS Fraternity Editor BucKNER Chiplev Closs Editor Thomas Saxctox Feature Editor M R IX H R ARI) Campus Editor Jaxice Torre Special Art ll ' ork Dwin I)l PL 1 Assistant Fred Mohi.er Assistant Robert Blum Assistant Daniel Brock issistant Sam E:choi,d Assistant Business Staff W. Horace Willi ,ms, Jr Business Manaycr R. A " arrex Saxchez . . . Assrciatr Business Manager Cora S. Jahxcke Neivcomh Business Manaejer Allan Lutle, Jr. Edilor-in-Cliief W. Horace Willlxms, Jr. liu.iiiiss Maiuif cr THE TULANE JAMBALAYA goes to press for the fortieth time this year. Its year ' s history is embodied in the pages which you are now turning. Continue on, and let the pages be worn out from the wear and tear of constant use rather than by the teeth of over-mahcious rats. If we, the staff, can hope for this from only a few of our readers, our efforts will not have been in vain. John L. Manv III Presidf it TULANE UNIVERSITY DRAMATIC GUILD Officers MoiSE W. Dennery Vice-Presidcnt Joseph C. Meyers, Jr. Business Manager B. Marvin Harvard, Jr. Stage Manager Robert R. Bruce Secretary- Treasurer Faculty Advisory Committee Dr. Martenten Hoor Chairman Dr. Roger P. McCutcheon Miss Mildred Tonce Mr. J. C. Van Kirk Active Members Robert N. Ay ' lin Robert R. Bruce Claude Cullinane MoisE W. Dennery B. Marvin Harvard, Jr. J. Chalmers Herman Pierre A. Hughes Nolan Kammer ZoLOMON Levin John L. Many HI Joseph C. Meyers, Jr. Waldo S. Powell, Jr. Breard Snellincs Probationary Members T. Bruce H. Anderson, Jr. William P. Bradburn HI J. Daniel Brock Kenneth H. Brown Nell L. Carson S. BUCKNER ChIPLEY, JR. Hazen W. Cole Dorothy M. Council Buford O. Day- Frank E. Ford Claude L. Giraud Irving Hardesty, Jr. Minna B. Hopkins Elise M. Joubert Edward A. Laroussini Julian A. Otillio William C. Petersen Alfred M. Porth Herman J. Schulze Joseph M.,Seiferth, Jr. Imogene Stokes Bascom D. Talley, Jr. Scene from " Copy " Onl UltL tL WHEN a dramatic club, now known as the Tulane University Dramatic Guild, was organized in 1922, it filled a long felt vacancy in the activities on the campus. Tulane has no chair in Dra- matics and Elocution and the Guild attempts to offset this by giving students a medium for expression along those lines. Successful pres entations of the Guild in recent years have been " The Butter and Egg Man, " " The Spider, " " The Front Page, " and " Journey ' s End. " These plays were produced without the aid of any professional help except that of the director; students built the sets, painted them, worked as stage-hands, and participated as actors. Each presentation met with well-merited praise from those connected with and outside of the University. During 1934-1935 the Guild planned a very ambitious program and carried it to a successful completion. The season opened on November 23, with a group of three one-act plays, " The Rising of the Moon, " a satire by Lady Gregory; " Poor Old Jim, " a comedy by William De- Mille, and " Copy, " a drama by Kendall Banning. These three plays, directed by Thomas J. Thriffley, Jr., were enthusiastically received. During their production, experiments with scenery and lighting were conducted back-stage. " The Rising of the Moon " was the story of a fugitive from an op- posing political faction. The play centered about a brief episode from his life, telling of his escape from the long arm of the law by playing upon the weakness of a sergeant on the force. " Poor Old Jim " concerned an habitual drunkard. His wife was driven to desperation by his continual tippling and with the aid of a friendly doctor contrived a unique plan of reform which brought the straying Jim back to the straight and narrow path. 5. n The Climax of the " Front Page " a Li I " Copy " gave a brief and breath-taking glimpse into the turbulent life of a tabloid newspaper office. Tragedy struck close to the city editor of this " yellow sheet, " and the tense activity of the paper on a big story, together with the suspense of the situa- tion, provided thrills until the final curtain. In keeping with its aims and ideals, the Guild announced at the beginning of the year that it would give a prize of twenty-five dollars to the winner of a one-act play- writing contest among the students. The winning play, selected by a committee com- posed of Dr. Roger P. McCutcheon, Chairman, Dr. John M. McBryde, and Miss Mildred Tonge, was entitled " An Honorable Rectangle, " and was written by Joseph D. Starr, a student in the College of Arts and Sciences. In the early spring of 1935 a three-act play, " Spooks, " was produced, together with a one-act play as curtain-raiser. The Dramatic Guild T LI LANE UNIVERSITY BAND This }-ear the Tulane University Band has had the most successful season that it has ever had with the largest enrollment in its history. The Band has played a very prominent part in the activities of the University, as well as outside of it. During the football season the Band traveled by bus to Gainesville, Florida, spurring the team on to victory. It accompanied the football team to the Louisiana State University game in Baton Rouge and also played in the initial Sugar Bowl Classic on New Year ' s Day. Among other activities of the Band were the Armistice Day and Community Chest Parades, the Carnival Pa- rades, and the annual concert given in Dixon Hall. The Band hopes to continue to render its services to the University in particular, and to the community as a whole. Officers Dr. Frederick H.ard Director Claude L. Giraud Manager Claude R. Smith, Jr First Assistant Manager Alvi.m S. Caplan Second Assistant Manager Frank J. Ros.ato Librarian Gerson ' Tolm. s Assistant Librarian Martix Hebert, Jr Publicity Manager Joseph O. Carson, Jr Drum Major FuLCRA-j F. Randon, Jr Property Manager Memeer.s Patrick J. Aracuel Robert N. Aylin Gilbert Balkin William G. Blackwell, Jr. George R. Blue Arthur H. Brook Locke Brown, Jr. Irvin Cahen Alvin S. Caplan Andrew J. Carroll, Jr. Joseph O. Carson, Jr. George F. Conrad Claude E. Cullinane V. Randolph Delk Samuel Eichold II Joseph C. Evans Leon Feldman Julius M. Fernandez, Jr. Herman F. Flowers Claude L. Giraud Duncan G. Graham Malcolm B. Haas John E. Hall, Jr. Martin Hebert, Jr. J. Chalmers Herman Cerf Hirsch Herman G. Janssen L. William 0. Janssen, Jr. Carroll A. Johnson, Jr. L. Earl Kees James J. LaNasa Marion A. LaNasa Philip P. LaNasa VOLNEV F. Landrv, Jr. Frederick A. Marx IcNACio Medina, Jr. Herbert L. Miller William C. Moseley Thomas O ' Learv, Jr. Sam C. Oliver Louis R. Otto, Jr. Joseph N. Redone Joseph B. Phelps Fulcran F. Randon, Jr. Paul L. Randon Frank J. Rosato Santo Rosato Emmet S. Russell Cecil Schwartz Claude R. Smith, Jr. Charles D. Snow William M. Swavne James P. Tharp John J. Tiedemann, Jr. Gerson Tolmas Jules Viosca Oswald W. Viosca Milton F. Williams, Jr. Valmore M. Wilson, Jr. LE1WI§ C lRROLL ' § r m ou $ iw iLR u § § lB»: ' ' IH t Tl ilE H l§ COilC ¥0 fHllH or il llW ¥HI1Q§--- Or §E lLllO IW IX, IWD C 1BB IGE$ IID lillli§ ' ---THE E»IEOR§ EHOEJOHT U ICEED EHE EOEEOIWIIQ §ECf lOl C 11 BE IPTE¥ §T¥EED !§ THE HODG PODGE Coaches ' wives watch football ga me . . . Fritz Oakes, veteran track coach . . . Glee Club of 1934 at the annual spring con- cert . . . Temple Band plays be- tween halves at Sugar Bowl game . . . Miss Norman, secre- tary in Law Library . . . Spec- tators and styles at the spring tennis matches . . . Nu Sigma Nu house «3 y AROUND AND ABOUT Scene from the " Front Page " . . . The payoff by " Foots " de Coligny For Band trip to Flor- ida ... Dean Anderson congrat- ulates Dr. I. M. Cline upon re- ceipt of honorary degree ... In the Book Store . . . Sun baths or what? . . . Hard-working bio- chemists . . . Newcombites en- joying life 2 2 T W E T U L A N E CAM V U S Tulane and L. S. U. sponsors at the classic in Baton Rouge . . . Freshman hockey players in ac- tion . . . Tulane and Newcomb cheer leaders . . . Greenie Golf- ers discuss the situation on Gib- son Hall steps . . . Fiddlers three . . . Cat cutters . . . Tap dancing class displays marked ability AROUND AND ABOUT d Med students relax . . . Favorite pastime of Tulanians . . . Brig Craft and Tommy Foltz ... Herman Neugiss, AI Justrabo, Ken Cram, Dick Haspcl, " Bird- brains " Thorn, Torrey Gomila, athletic captains ... Tulane Band performs at Temple game . . . King Helen Michel and Queen Mary Ida Brown at Freshman-Sophomore party . . . Beta House gang THE T I! L A N F: CA M P LI The tenth defeat in a memorable season . . . Bend down, brothers! . . . Neugass wins again against the Crimson Tide . . . Literary? . . . World ' s Series Audience . . . Some of those Newcomb Seniors . . . How the Engineers play ball S Vd AROUND AND ABOUT Bacchus and King Cotton share honors . . . Katherinc Colvin, Senior Class president, smiles for the camera . . . Dorothy Sands, dramatic impersonator . . . Just an old elephant custom . . . Bob Simon at the Sugar Bowl game . . . Miazza heads the Law school rowdies . . . The frosh thought they were big shots. T M E T II L AN F. C A A P U Journalism students caught un- awares . . . Two ex-Prexies, Wil- son rs Martin . . . Those digni- fied Tulane Law Reviewers . . . Prancing T-Club initiates . . . The lawyers pjse for a picture . . . Kids . . . Just right, Greenie coaches, Ray Dauber and " Les " LautenschlaeCTer behind the bars AROUND AND ABOUT Dave Roberts, Pat Riley, J. D. Jerabeck, Onnie Meyers, and M. L. Michel . . . Dramatic Guild in action . . . Nu Sigs on the front porch . . . Around the copy desk with Mr. Simmons . . . Spring Athletic Banquet . . . Opening scene of the ' Front Page " . . . Sticking their necks out . . . Who ' s Who? . . . Fresh- man Nighters THE T II L A N E CAM P LI The hot air end of the " Little Symphony " . . . " ' iney " Rich- ards and Henri Cochet, famous tennis pros, give students and spectators a splendid exhibition . . . " Pmkey, " Greenie tennis manager . . . Winning touch- football team . . . " Studes " and " Bullers " . . . Crimson Tide meets Greenie Basketeers . . . Captain Hebert breezes through the air ROUND AND ABOUT Acrobats and such . . . After Sunday dinner at the Phi house . . . The Turks get their spelling right . . . Frosh Tug-o ' -War vet- erans are drenched . . . Tricky bracelet? . . . The Banks family . . . Energetic hockey players M THE T LI L A NEC A Al P LI b Feltus, McDaniel, Simons, Harris, Boggs. Daray. Harvard, Claiborne, ten Hoor. Cram, Reeves, Van Hook. LET Let us toast the leaders who have not only contributed much to the year ' s history, but also to the welfare of their Alma Mater. We might have called this section " Toasts Buttered and Otherwise, " but we do not wish to mention the unbuttered leaders in distasteful fields. " Randy " Feltus we salute for his genial sense of humor, his personality, and ever-ready Mother wit; J. Byrd McDan- iel, who has guided the steps of the Student Council as its executive head; Claude " Little Monk " Simons, our choice for the best all-around athlete at Tulane; Dean Harris, whose insight into student affairs and recent election to the presidency of the Association of American Law Schools has won much admiration by friend, colleague, and student; T. Hale Boggs, Hullabaloo editor and leader in debating and forensic circles; Bob Daray, who, as golf captain, splendid student, and earnest worker has aided his Alma Mater in many ways; Marvin " Herr " Harvard, whose personality and charm have won for him a score of friends and also many hearts; " Lindy " Claiborne, attractive daughter of Sophie H., who has gained popularity on both campuses through her genuine good nature; Dr. ten Hoor, a leader in student and faculty discussions as well as a true gentleman and friend of man; " Ken " Cram, whose athletic ability, execu- 1 inrif ' llr..ht. Tt ' ssier. Colvin. Baitlett. Williams. Many. CarlocK. McBrydf. Cleviland. 0 -hsm ' f. Martin. Dustniann. SALUTE OUR LEADER tive leadership, and sound character have aided in building a greater student body; Nancy Reeves, Newcomb student body prexy and leader in many organizations; " Grim Jim " Van Hook, a true gen- tleman, sound scholar, and real human being; Lynne Hecht, constantly on top in Newcomb ac- tivities and a debater worthy of note; George Tes- sier, who ended his football career in a blaze of glory and started out in the law school as presi- dent of his class; Katherine Colvin, Newcomb sen ior class prexy and leader of numerous organiza tions and activities for four years; Julian Bartlett student body president and former glee club head who represented Tulane in Boston this year; Ro Williams, Med school head and leader in medical activities; Miss Many, popular Newcomb admin- inistratrix beloved bv all; Hoyle Carlock, Alpha Omega Alpha, Owl Club prexy, former fraternitv head, and the pride of Ardmore; Dr. McBryde, whose good advice and counsel have won for him a place in the heart of everv student; Murray Cleveland, former track and basketball captain, president of O. D. K., honor student, and like- wise D.D.; Dr. Alton Ochsner, whose record of achievements in the field of medicine speaks for itself; Arlene Z. Martin, secretary par e.xcellence, who keeps Tulane activities " going " with her un- tiring aid; Walter Dustmann, who has continued the spirit of the Y. M. C. A., spurred his journal- ism fraternity on to new fields, and has been of excellent service to his Alma Mater. Last, but cer- tainly not least, comes Cornelius J. Everett, Jr.. who would not have his picture taken, but who is truK ' the best student on the Tulane campus. m r Le CI a J s e s n Aniuld. BiirtluU, Born. Butler. Cram. Cullen Lottiiiyor, McCnnimon, McDaniel, Michel, Oiloni, Reeves Simons. Tliorn, Trcpagnier, Van Hool?, Williams STUDENT BODY OFFICERS School of Medicine C. Rov Williams I ' irsutiiil Walter O. McCammon J ' icc-l ' residcnl Laurie J. Arnold, Jr Sccrilary Mlrrav a. Diamond Trinsiircr College of Law James A. ' an Hook, Jr PiisiJiiil Robert U. Lottincer r ' lci-l ' risidcitt Otis B. Trei agnier Sicrctary-Tnasurcr NiiwcoMis College Nancv R. Reeves Pr,sid nl Helen Micmei Coriispoiuiiiiij Scirilary Alice Huiord Recording StCTtlary Katiierine Nolan Triusunr College of Arts and Scien ' ces Kendall H. Cram I ' risidml Claude Simons, Jr I ' ici-I ' risidcnl Homer R. Rodinson Stcrflary-Tnasurtr Coi.LKGi; OF Kn(;infi:ri g C. Julian Hartleti Prisidiiii Ciiari.es H. Thorn, Jr rici-l ' r,: idinl WiniAM 1 ' . Cui.l.EN Sicrrlary-Triiisurir CoLLi:(!E Ol " Co.M.MKRCl ' John 15. McDaniel, Jr President Thomas . Horn I ' icr-Presidenl P. Cl.iFlON UUTI.ER, Jk Secreltiry-Treasurer CLASS OFFICERS NEWCOMB COLLEGE Sexior Class Katherine S. Colvin President Helen- Powell Vice-President Cora S. Jahsxke Secretary Hazel A. Methe Treasurer Jlxior Class Cecile M. Kahn ' President Glendy M. Culligak I ' ice-President Fanny Lemanx Secretary Ethelyn Leyerich Treasurer Sophomore Class Elizabeth A. Scales President Leila S. Werlein Vice-President Irving Allee Secretary GowDY Venable Treasurer FRESH LA ■ Class Charlotte S. Hawkins President Elise Cohx Vice-President Beatrice E. Trldeau Secretary Beverly- J. Hess Treasurer Colvin. Kahn, Scales PRESENTING N E W C O Al B ( olLccjc I I: it , i li l- " I7f f7f7 (yxewcomb UoLu ecje SENIOR CLASS LiDiA H. Alle.v, KB New Orleans Ne%Y Orleans . ■ Art Club. IIelev Anderson ' . MivoLA L. Backer B c I . T New Orleans Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K. ; Glee Club; Dramatic Club. Marv Lee Baker, n B New Orleans Operetta (2, 4); Glee Club (i, 2, 4); Art Club (i, 2, 4). Marv G. Barnes, B Z O New Orleans Glee Club (i, 2, 3); Y. W. C. A. (i, 2, 3, 4); Pan-Hellenic Council (3); Art ! Club (4). Ida Barvett, B 2 . [. New Orleans Glee Club (i, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (2. ' ), President (3), Secretary (4) ; Orchestra (3, 4), Vice-President (3), Vice-President (4) ; T. U. R. K. (3, 4) ; President Music School (4); Operetta (li 2, 3, 4); Y. V ' . C. A. (i, 2, 3); Student Council (4); Dramatic Club (i, 2) ; P n-Hellenic Council (3, 4). Claudia N. Barret, X f Class Treasurer (i), Sect !tar}- RosE- iARV L. Bariox Charlotte, N. C. (2) ; Glee Club (i, 2) ; Art Club (i, 2, 3, 4) ; French Circfe (2). . . . . New Orleans Glee Club (r, 2, 3,;4) ; Y. W. C. A. (i, 2, 3, 4) ; International Club (3). Marion C. Blessev, B 2 Glee Club (i, 2, 4) ; In: O I New Orleans ernational Club (i) ; Y. V. C. A. (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Art Club (3 4). Dora J. Bonquois Thel.ma Boudra New Orleans New Orleans K.athrvne Briede, B 2 T New Orleans Glee Cl ub (i, 2, 3) ; Y. W. C. A. (i, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (4) ; Hockev Team (i, 2, 3) ; Art Club (4). Page 50 OXewcomh L oLLecje SENIOR CLASS Makima M. HKUMn , A O n Fiunkliii, I.a. Glee Club (i, 2) ; Krciicli Circle; Doriiiiiorv Council. Ri Ml Ilrn, K A BIythcville, Ark. House Council (4). Paii.ini; Cabibi New Orleans Makv Lolisi; Casti.ev, I ' M ' Greenville, Mi s. House Council (3, 4) ; West Wing President. Sakaii v.. Cherry, B i; O . ' New Orleans Oramatic Club (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Glee Club (2, 3, 4) ; V. W. C. A. (i, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (i, 2), Treasurer (3), President (4) ; Executive Council (4) ; Pan-Hellenic Council. ( " oRiNNK M. Claiborne, K K T I Torras, La. Ncwcomb Editor Iliillahaloo (4), Associate Editor (3) ; Class Treasurer (3) Dramatic Club (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Student Government (4). WiiioMivrrE A. Collev . llMc (iS R. Cdi.oMR, A O n New Orleans New Orleans Campus Ninlit Chairman (4) ; Iliillahaloo Staff (3, 4) ; T. V. R. K. (4) ; Glee Club {3, 4) ; Bowling (i). Ka]]|i;rim; S. Coi.vin, K J e New Orleans . lhletic Council (2, 3, 4), Secretary-Treasurer (4) ; Class Vice-President (3), President (4); Hockey; Track; Basketball; Swimming; Executive Council (4); Pan-Hellenic (4). Galveston, Tex. Cii xri.i.m; McN. Couper, I{ . O Art Club; Oramalic Club. V J 1 ' ais I IAS Ciii ' i: .... .... ' Benton, Ky. Y. W. C. A. Cabirul; Ur.iniati. C lnb; -N " I ' lub; Debating Club. Doris Daiii.berg New Orleans Athletic Council (4). I ' atjf 5 i £ £ d d £ CN.ewcomb (yolL ecje SENIOR CLASS Doris D. Davis, K A 9 Kansas City, Mo. House Council (2, 3, 4), Secretary (3), President (4) ; Arcade Staff (2, 3) ; T. U. R. K. {3, 4); Newcomb Student Council (4), Executive Council (4); Council of Resident Students (4) ; Hockey (2, 3) ; Basketball Varsity (2, 3). NivA DeB. Denis, K K r . . . . ' New Orleans Mary E. Dichmanx, B ! ' A . . . .• . ' New Orleans Hockey Team (3); Debating Club (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4), Cabinet (4); International Club (3). Martha C. Ellis, X 9. Hazlehurst, Miss. Lillian " Fairlie Atlanta, Ga. 1 ii International Club (3, 4) ; Y. W. C. A. (2, 3, 4), Cabinet (4). Geraldine Gaudet, K k r . Audrey C. Hebert Athletic Council (i, 2, 4). New Orleans Metairie, La. Lynne p. Hecht, n B 4 New Orleans Debating Club (i, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (2), President (3, 4); Nixon Prize (2, 3); 1914 Prize (3) ; Debating Council (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Finance Committee (3, 4) ; Dramatic Club (r, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (4) ; Newcomb Student Council Vice-President (4) ; Art Club (i, 2, 3); T. U. R. K. (3, 4), Newcomb Chairman (3); " N " Club, Swimming (i, 2, 3) ; Executive Committee (3, 4) ; Newcomb Basketball (i, 2, 3) ; Class Hockey (i, 2) ; Pan-Hellenic Council. Isabel Heckert, Z T A ' New Orleans Varsity Basketball (2); Varsity Tennis (3); Ping Pong Championship (2, 3); Bowling Championship (2, 3 ). Louise C. Hoehn ' , X fi Class Vice-President (i) ■1 New Orleans ; Newcomb Stupent Council (3; 4) ; Y. W. C. A. (i, 2) ; Drama ' tic Club (3, 4) ; Art Club (i, 2, 3, 4) Cora S. Jahncke, n B | J New Orleans Glee Club (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Operetta (2, 3) • ' Art Club (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Dramatic Club (2, 3); Class Newcomb Basketball (i, 2, 3), Captain (i, 2), A arsity (i, 2, 3); Class Spalding (i, 2, 3), Varsity (i, 2, 3); Hockey (i, 2, 3); Swimming Team (2, 3); Arcade Business Manager (3) ; Class Secretary (3, 4) ; Newcomb Business Manager Ja. ibalay " A (4) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (4). I I I MiGN-ON W. JuMEL, BSO New Orleans Dramatic Club (i, 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club (p, 3, 4) ; Y. W. C. A. (i, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (i), Setyetary (4). Mary- Frances King, ■} JI New Orleans Frances M. Koehler, X n Art Club (r, 2, 3, 4) ; Glee Club (2). Cuero, Tex. Page 52 CJ ewcomh UoLLecfe SENIOR CLASS M, r(;arkt M. Krimbmaar, K K 1 ' Ildiima, I.n. Anna A. Laciiin, hM " A t . New Ork-ans j . . . . Dallas, Tex. en House (4) ; Art Club (2, 3, 4). IiANSK I. Aim AW , K r J Marik I.OLiSE Lkcier, K K r New Orleans Class Treasurer (2) ; Student Body Corresponding Secretary (3), Vice-President (4). Louise R. Lowenstein, AE Memphis, Tenn, Clec Club (i, 2) ; Debating Club (i, 2) ; Dramatic Club (4) ; International Club (4). Houston, Tex. Genevieve P. Lvkes, K K r Art Club (4). Marie Celeste Lyons, II B ■! New Orleans Student Body Recording Secretary (2) ; Newcomb Editor T mbal.ava (4) ; Dramatic Club (4); Basketball rsi(y (2, 3); Baseball Varsity (i, 2, 3). Emmarie Maii.enrer Art Club (4). Carolyn MALTR •, li ' I ' .V New Orleans Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. W. C. A.; Dramatic Club. Cincinnati, Ohio Virginia M. Marsh " . . . . New Orleans Art School President (4) ; ExecutiYe Council (4). lA EL A. Mehie, Z T a . ' llA EL A. MEIIIE, Z T A . " ■ ■ . . , . .,v Orleans Class Treasurer (4); Dramatic Club (4); Laippvrids (4). Constance Me er, K A O . " " X,.„. Orleans Newcomb Student Council President (4); Executive Council (4). 1.. Lavera Xh ers New Orlean: Rosary V. N,.v, X o j ,..„. q „ Glee Club (4) ; Art Club (i, 2, 3, 4). i iM i V S C xewcomb Kyollecje SENIOR CLASS Natalie Nortox, nB f Houston, Tex. Art Club V gerP resident I4) ; Interaatjgnal Club (4). ' ADA OuoM Harvev, La. Class President (i, 3) ; Student Council Representative (2) ; Dramatic Club (i, 2, 3, 4) ; T. U. R. K. (3, jjj Class Cheerleader (2), As istant Varsity (3), Varsity (4). Doris C. Paine, B A! | I. .... . Donner, La. Glee Club (3, 4) ; Y. W. C. A. (3, 4) ; Debating Club. Elenora Palmisano ! ' .....! New Orle.ins Basketball (i, 2, 3), Newcomb (i, 2, 3) ; Hockey (i, 2, 3). EvELV.v L. Potter, n Bf | |. . . . Fcrt ' orth, Tex. Art Club President; Glee Club (4). Helen Powell Class Vice-President (4) ; Classical Club Vice-President Dramatic Club (i, 2, 3, 4). . . . Mctairie, Li!. ; Y. W. C. A. (i, 2, 3, 4); Janet C. Quillian, 0 Los Angeles, Calif. Dramatic Club (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Glee Club (4) ; Hockev Team (4) ; Hullabaloo Staff (4). Nanxv R. Reeves, K ra r Memphi:., Tenn. Class Secretary (i). President (2); Student Body Tr Newcomb Student Council (2, 3, 4) ; Dramatic Club T. U. R. K. (4); " N " Club (3); Tulane Student Council (4); Student Govern- ment (4). asurer (3), President (4) ; (i) ; Debating Club (2) ; Mary H. Reid, n B Carolyn S. Riddle Pamela Robinson, II B, Y. W. C. A.; Debating Club. New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans Ruth M. Rogan, B :: j Newcomb Student Council (4) New Orleans Dorothy B. Sale, A E 1 Jonesboro, Ark. Dramatic Club Stage Manager (3), President (4); Debating Club (i, 2, 3, 4), Chairman (3) ; International Club (i, 2, 3, 4), President (3, 4) ; Debating Council (3, 4) ; Baseball Varsitv (3). Naomi Seg. ll New Orleans Orchestra (4); Glee Club (4). Page 5 CALewcontb ( oliea cje SENIOR CLASS I.i ciri; Smiim, K A o New Orltaiis M MiCAKPn SlIlANCI? Im.okia ' Ci; Siruc, I ' i; i; .. Dr.-imiitic Chili; Art Club. I.inisi; II. 1 ' i(ii(, II I! 4 HkIISIIIA I. TlDLRV am; F. W ' Ai.Kr.K, K K I " i Dramatjc Club. New Orleans Bogaliisa, La. New Orleans New Orleans Vicksburg, Miss. J(isi;imiim; ' am)i;i(, H il | |. . . Weeks Island, La. Glee Club (i, 2) ; V. W. C. A. (i, 2) ;,jDramatic Clubi(i, 2) ; Orchestra (3). New Orleans AsroiNKriK P. Wkkii, X fi Glee Club (i, 2); Dramatic Club (i, 2,(3, 4); Lampyritls (3, 4), President (4); Art Club (2); Swimming Meet (i, 2, |) ; Basketball Varsity (2); Track (i); Tennis Club (2) ; Hockey ' arsity (2) ; Comus. l.r(. v.. Vi;i;i), X Q New Orleans l.anipwiils (3, 4) ; CJIee Club (i, 2) ; Art Club (3) ; Dramatic Club (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Newciimb Hall (i); Swimming Meet (i, 2, 3); Track (i, 2, 3); " N " Club (2); Teiinis Club; Comus. Lisi. WiiiKMWN, II li ' I f. ' New Orleans (Jlee Club (1, 2, 3, 4), ' ice-Presi(lelU {3), President (4I; Orchestra (2, 3, 4); T. U. R. K. (3). . svriii; Vi:i ni:Rf: Kosi- Maniii:i. i- ' i:itz Quincy, Fla. New Orleans Gk-e Club (i, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (+) ; Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4I eretta (ii, 2, 3, 4). I OpiT . Il UIH K. Willi KIIKAI), . T A New Orleans . W. C. A.; DiaiiKiiie Club; Ka-kethall ' arsity (2, 3); Archery (hampiuiiship 12). AiMA I ' . WiKiii New Orleans T. 1 . R. K, (4); . ihlctic Council President (4). ' " ; ' • 55 If rl_ i: £ tbi i m tT Oxewcoml? C olL eqe JUNIOR CLASS Anita H. Abes, A E New Orleans J- C. Nixon Debating Club Secretary-Treasurer (2), Chairman (3) ; Debating Council (i, 2, 3), Varsit) ' (2); Class Treasurer (2); Newcomb Student Council Secretary ( 3 ) . Lillian Aronson, J 22 ' f. . New Orleans Dramatic Club. Mary B. Basham, K A 6 1 . Wichita Falls, Tc T Doris E. Beaman, A A II I | Monroe, La. Art Club. New Orleans Adei.e S. Bodker, B i A Ponchatoula, La. Dramatic Club (2) ;,Y. W. C. A. ( , 2). Martha Brogan, X S2 Glee Club; Art Club. Ellen P. Brydon New Orleans Glee Club (i, 2, 3) ; Operetta (i, 3) ; Orchestra (3). Katherine D. Buchanan, X fi Prescott, Ark. House Council (3) ; Hullabaloo Staff (3). Ivv P. Case Brookhaven, Miss. International Club; Y. W. C. A.; Dramatic Club; Hullabaloo Staff. Cecile G. Costley, K A 8 | New Orleans Lamoyrids. Dalton D. Crichlow, Z T A New Orleans Glee Club (i, 2, 3) ; Orchestra (i, 2, 3) ; Y. W. C. A. (i, 2, 3). Glendy Culligan New Orleans Class Secretary (2), Vice-President (3) ; Dramatic Club Secretary (3) ; Debating Club Secretary (3) ; Hullabaloo Staff (3) ; Debate Council (2, 3). NiTA S. Daly, AAH d t.... Lafayette, La. ! I Frankie Mac Davis, B20 New Orleans Glee Club (i, 2, 3) ; Y. W. C. A. (i, 2, 3) ; Track (i, 2) Margaret M. Davis, A O II Camii.le D ' Ingianni . .1. , Dorothy F. Dodson, K A 9 , Imogene Durrett, M .1 . Louise Ebaugh, X f! . . . Y. W. C. A. Dramatic Club (3) Rose Forsyth . . . Eleanora E. Frick, Z T Aorienne Gottschalk, K a e Catherine M. Hall, Z T A . New Orleans . . New Orleans . . New Orleans Greenwood, Miss. . . New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans Glee Club. Mabel McC. Hall, M Atlanta, Ga. Hockey Team (i, 2); Baseball Varsity (2); Basketball Team (2); Dramatic Club (i, 2) ; Debating Club (2, 3) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (3). Page 56 (Jxewcomo CjoLL ecje JUNIOR CLASS Kl.LKN L. IlHINDIil Orchcstni (i, 2, 3) ; GIcc Club (2, 3). M. ' . IIlSDRKK, K A O Art Club (l, 2, 3). ( ' I III Ki I H, IIiicK, K A O New Orleans Shrcvcpnrt, T.a. T ' lirt Siuilli, Arli. Wii.MA M. lliDSON, I! ' I ' A ! Chirksdale. Miss. CJice Club (2, 3); V. V, C. A. (i, 2, 3), Cabinet (3); Debating Club (2, 3). Eleanor L. Jacobs, A E !■ Esther V. Johnson . . .[ 1 Glee Club (i, 2, 3). . New Orleans Alexandria, I. a. Laura IJ. W. Jones, M ' . . . . Canton, Miss. Art Club (i, 2, 3) ; Glee Club (i, 2, 3). DoROiiiv W. JvntN, n B 1 ' ! Art Club (3). New Orleans Cfcii.e M. Kahn, a E ! New Orleans Hrainatic Club Secretary (2), Stage Manager (3) ; Debating Council (2. 3) ; Varsitv Debating Team (2) ; George Prize; T. U. R. K. (3) ; Executive Council (3) ; Newcomb Student Council (3); Class President (3). Hkrii. J. Kirk, K A B Marian F. Kohi.man, A I? Dramatic Club (i, 2, 3) ; Debating Club (i ' , 2, 3) ; Glee C New Orleai New Orleans ub (i, 2) ; International Club (3); Newcomb Basketball Team (2), Spaulding (2). Fannie Mae I.emann, A E ' 1 I 1 . . . . New Orleans Dramatic Club; International Club; Baseball Varsity (2); Basketball (2, 3). Marjorie L. Lemann Donaldsonville, La. Dramatic Club; Art Club. Ethelvn R. Leverich, K K r . . . . Hammond, La. Athletic Council (i) ; Class Treasurer (3). Marion F. Leverich, n B t New Orleans Newcomb Student Council (2, 3) ; Dramatic Club (3) ; Art Club (3). Elaine Lew St. Joseph, La. Glee Club (i, 2, 3). Doris A. Lurie Florala, Ala. Glee Club (i, 2, 3) ; Orchestra (i, 2, 3). Adrienne D. McCardei i,, B 1 . New Orleans V. W. C. A. (I, 2, 3). MONTINE K. McDamki, U li ' I ' . . . . I Forrest City, Ark. Art Club (1,2, 3) ; Orchestra (i). Fmiiv D. McKee, X r Greenville, Miss. Helen J. Michel, XI! Biloxi, Miss. T. r. R. K. (2, 3); Basketball (i, 2, 3); Tennis (i, 2, 3); Newcomb Student Council (2); D irinitory ( ' ouncil (i, z, 3); Class President (2); Student Bod Corresponding Secretary (3); Debating Club (3); Arcade (2). . l ARJOKIE MnCNIAKR, U I! l ' Suiniur, Ii s. Dranialii- Club; . rt Club. Sinsr Mi i, . o U Gulfpcrt, Mi--. House Council; Dramatic Club (3I ; V. V. C. A. (;). Lrnestine E. Moise, .V C) II New Orleans Newcomb Basketball Varsity (i, 2), Spalding (i); Hockey Varsity (2); Baseball Varsitv Captain (1); .Athletic Council (2, 3); Swimming and Track Meets; Art Club (2). (- I ' aac S7 £ £ £ d i £ . ' ' - t ■- vt- JfTCTf? CyKewcoynb Cyoilei cje JUNIOR CLASS Rose L. Nobile New Orleans Katherine E. Nolan, K K r New Orleans T. U. R. K. (2, 3), Newcomb Presiden,t-,(=.3, ,,§tudent Body Treasurer (3) ; Glee Club (i, 2, 3), Vice-President (3) ; Executive Counci1=(-3) ; Finance Committee (3) ; F ' rench Circle (i) ; Operetta (i, 2) ; Newcomb Basketball (i). Myrtle J. Palmisano New Orleans Newcomb Basketball (i, 2), Varsity (2), Spalding (i, 2); Hockey (i, 2), Captain (2), Varsity (2) ; Track (2) ; Archery Tournament Winner (2) ; Orchestra (i, 2) ; Puppet.Club (2). Harriette Pp.TEEi, ' I Jl I S 5. . . . Greenwood, Miss. House Council (3) ; Y. W. C. A.,(i, 2, 3) ; Dramatic Club (i, 2, 3). Sylvia Joan Pressburg, A E t . . . . ; ,1 . . . . Alexandria, La. Hullabaloo Staff (i, 2, 3), Assistant Newcomb Editor (3); Dramatic Club (i, 2); International Club (2, 3). Rebecca Rauhns . Dramatic Club (3). RbTH H. Rees, ' I M . . Sylvia B. Rosenson . .j, Paula E. Rubin, Z S Dram f ic Club. Algiers, La. . . New Orleans , . New Orleans . . New Orleans Edna S. Schlegel, X n New Orleans Freshman Chairman (i); Athletic Council (i, 2, 3); Newcomb Basketball Captain (2), Class and Varsity (i, 2) ; Swimming Team (i, 2) ; " N " Club. Eleanor Shands, II B ' I : . . . . Cleveland, Miss. Art Club; International Club.» Mildred R. Shaw, . n ! P New Orleans Assistant Cheerleader; Art Club (3) ; Draamtic Club (3). . Fort Worth, Tex. . . New Orleans . . . . New Orleans Felicia J. Siegel . . Helen M. Simpson, IT B I ' . Florence E. Sincreen, K A G Art Club (3). ROSALYND S. TABB, Z T A Leslie H. Thacker, I JI . Pan-Hellenic Council (3). Mary Y. Thomas, X U Art Club; Dramatic Club. Houston, Miss. . New Orleans New Orleans Janice R. Torre, AOr| New Orleans Class Vice-President (2) ' ; Student Council (3); Arcade (i, 2); Art Club; Glee Club; Dramatic Club; Jambalaya Staff (3). M. R R. Walter, -I- Jl ' ' El Paso, Tex. Lilian H. Walther, X Q " New Orleans Art Club (i, 2, 3) ; Glee C:ub (i, 2, 3) ; Operetta (i, 2). ! ' I I Lucy Y. Warner, K A ' 0 l . . ... I. . . . Fort Smith, Ark. Polly W. West, K A e ! Norfolk, V.a. Dormitory Council (i, 2, 3), S:crctary (3) ; Art Club (i, 2, 3). Harriet S. White, A O n y Shreveport, La. Dormitory Council (3). Marguerite A. Wirth, B I= A New Orleans Dramatic Club (i, 2, 3) ; Glee Club (i, 2, 3) ; Y. W. C. A. (i, 2, 3), Cabinet (3). Sophie Wright Eunice, La. Page 58 CJ (i vc(mu) ( oliecje SOPHOMORE CLASS knii H. . i.i:x. M)i:r, 1 ' M . l.iiJ.i s A. . kii so . . . . Idnple, ' l " cx. New Oilcans Art Cliil) (2)T MiKiAM I ' . Ami, A II . l!i:ri H A. Haciiarac ' ii, X V. Lexington, Miss. New OrlL-an All ( ' lul ; niaMKilli- Cli:b. DdKiij in M. B.Mtki K, Ann .Iiiadc Staff (i). Hkrtha I.. ISi.AliMANN, A A II ' ' . . . . New Orleans Track (i); Hockey (i); Kewcomh Haskctball (i), Spalding (i); Baseball (i) Athletic Council (2). Ripon, Wis. 15i:ii H(n l.[! , K . 9 |am;t v. Bkkidksbach, I ' M II t ' oKAl, ' . HkiSI RR, X n . . ' ' CJi-ORCKTn; G. Brockman, B ' 1 ' . Glee Club (i) ; Y. V. C. A.; (i, 2) ; Art Club (i, 2). Si s O. BiCK, II B I ' . .li .■ i.iLi-: G. Bl ' i-ori), K K I " Student Body Recording Secretary. Sue Buit, K A 9 Caroia Cainf. . Shawnee, Okla. . New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans K M 1: M. C ' liAMS ' KSS, X n Glee Club (i, 2) ; Art Club (i, 2),. .Marik v.. Cherbon ' Mer ' Dramatic Club (i, 2); Art Club (i, 3). . Blytheville, Ark. . . New Orleans Bennettsville, S. C. . . . Gretna, I. a. I ' .I.OISK E. Cui.cocK, K K I ' .1 . . . . Ne v Orleans I " )raniiilic Club (i). BiAKRiA R. Cor.oMR, A n nrainatic Club (2). Ni:T.[.n-: C. Ci Riis, l K I ' Km iiarim; C. Pai , X !) . . Si-l.M M, 111 1! Ki; ..,;], ij Ki til v.. HixiiN, II B ' I ' . S . Art Club; Praniatic Club. iliiRinin B. ndiiiiK New Orleans New Orleans . . New Orleans Lake Charles, l.a. . . Rnckford, III. New Orleans liiternaiional Club (i, 2]; .Art Club (2); Iloclvey Team (i). Sarah C. nona ass. n II . Birniinghani. . !a. Cla-s Ne M-onili Basjietball ream (l). S l.viA C. IIkimous .... II KKii I W. n Ki:, ' . T A Memphis, Tenn. . New t)rleans Glee Club. (2). Kriii:i. Edwards New Orleans Art Club (2). k M: -. ' " . ' ' ' 59 i f ' J ;• fPVf7V%7€ Cyxewcomb UolL e e SOPHOMORE CLASS Winnie M. Eldridge, BSO New Orleans Glee Club (i, 2) ; Y. W. C. A. (i, 2) ; Art Club (i, 2). Yvonne Favrot, A A II . . Baton Rouge, La. Vera B. Field, X fi Shaw, Miss. Varsity Basketball (i), Newcomb (i). Captain Spalding (i); Art Club (i). Emily J. Foltz, IIB | Fort Smith, Ark. Virginia A. Freret, A n .... ' 5. New Orleans Y. W. C. A. (i, 2) ; Dramatic Club (i, 2) ; Debating Club (i, 2). Eleanore a. Fuller, Xn....! 8 Laurel, Miss. Louise May Goldman, AE New Orleans Dramatic Club (i, 2) ; Glee Club (i, 2) . International Club (r, 2) ; Hockey (i). Marie Louise Goodwin, AAII New Orleans Dramatic Club (i) ; Debating Club (i). Mary T. Gulotta, B A New Orleans Y. W. C. A. (i) ; Glee Club (i) ; Art Club (i). Jane Haas, B A New Orleans Y. W. C. A. (i, 2) ; Dramatic Club (i, 2). Miriam O. Haas ]j j Biloxi, Miss. Debating Council (i, 2) ; Jennie C. Nixon Debate ' Club (i) ; Newcomb Little Symphony (i) ; Archery Team (i) ; Hullabaloo Staff (2). Mary A. Hardy, AAII Jasper, Tex. Glee Club (2). Lucy K. Harper, n B y j . . . . Fort Smith, Ark. . . . . Newport, Ark. Bernice Heinemann, a E . . . Hockey (i) ; Swimming (i) Maria M. Hilliard, X Q Lamont, Miss. Ip.ma J. Hirsch I New Orleans Basketball (2) ; International Club (2) ; Glee Club (2). Elaine S. Ivey, Z T A New Orleans Y. W. C. A. (i) ; Dramatic Club (2) ; Glee Club (2) ; Debating Club (2). Jessie V ' . Janvier, n B I New Orleans Glee Club (2); T. U. R. K. (2). Helen N. Jeppesen, A A n j Houston, Tex. Mobile, Ala. KosEi.EA Jonas, I 2 2 M. Joyce Joseph Glee Club (2) Glee Club (i) ; Debating Club New Orleans co- Constance Kachel, B20 New Orleans Glee Club (i) ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (i). Anna M. Kane, AAII | I New Orleans May Lee Kinberger, B20....! f. New Orleans Glee Club (i, 2) ; Dramatic Club (i, 2) ; Art Club (i, 2) ; Baseball Varsity (i) ; Track (i); Hockey (i); Newcomb Basketball (i), Spalding (i); Athletic Council (2). Adger King, M " Vi. i l ) " ■ " Atlanta, Ga. Elizadeth Kostmayer, K K r New Orleans Art Club (2). Gloria B. Ladieu, AAII New Orleans Page 60 C xewconw ( oLlecje SOPHOMORE CLASS l ' ;i. KRA C. I.AMrSSDORT- . Shaw, Miss. . Do[ial(lsnn illu. I, a. IIarriii M. l.KMASs, Z T A Y. VV. C. A. (i) ; Art Club (i I?KVRRi.v M. MARCirAvn, A .i ir . . . Dnnaldsnnville, La. CihRAI.DIM- M. MARLKHK, . A II Nf v Orleans Track (i). I(i p. Z. Mavkr, Z T a Pkari, a. Mavkr, X 9. Dramatic Club (i) ; Art Club (:) Nancv M. McCl.ESKEV, X fi . ! Lucerne McCui.i.ouch, X s7 . Slizanne McCuLi.ouc.H, X V. Ntw Orleans New Orleans Gadsden, Ala. . New Orleans . New Orleans Doris C. Mesman, Z T A New Orleans Glee Club (i) ; Y. W. C. A. (i) ; Art Club (i). Caroi.vv p. MiniM.KTON ' , X n . DOROTIIV W. Mill ER, A A 11 . Josephine E. Murphv, A n . Jeanne M. Neff, B A J . . Pla(|uemine, La. . New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans Y. W. C. A. (i, 2) Frakcisca M. Neguei.oua, B20 New Orleans Glee Club (i) ; Dramatic Club (i, 2) ; Puppet Club (i, 2) ; Art Club (i, 2). Hetty B. Neii.d, K A 9 . . . Shreveport, La. Leona C. North, A O H I i • . Corpus Christi, Tex. SiiiRi.EV Y. OnoM, B I ' A Gretna, La. Dramatic Club {2) ; V. W. C. A. (i, 2). Edith Paii.et, -iiSi: New Orleans SwimminR (i); Newcomb, Basketball (i); Track (i); Pan-IIcllenic Council {2). I I NlRCINlA I ' AKKER, ' I ' M . Lam[) rids (i Nf.na N. Pemas, 7. T .V . Wendei. Priestley, II B ' Anoki.iquk L. Provostv, K K 1 ' . Sara M. I ' ciw frs, . A II Nina 11. Ri ihmit .... Canton, Miss. ; Dramatic Club (2) ; Debating Club (2). J New Orleans Art Club (2). . . Clayton, N. M. . . Alexandria, La. BogaUisa, La. . . . . nogaiusa, La. . . . . Columbia, La. Glee Club (i, 2); Dramatic Club (2). Marion V. Rice, I! •!• A New Orleans Y. V. C. A. (i, 2); Glee Club (i, 2). Martha M. Robertson, K A 9 Dramatic Club (2). . . . Henderson, Ky. k k ■- i (h o y r r Page 61 t M fk - - st ;S;A-i m m mj OXewcomb (yolL ecje SOPHOMORE CLASS EiHEi. Y. Rollins, AOn Gulf port, Miss. Glee Club (3) ; Orchestra (2). ROSEMAKV SamSOT, X U . New Orleans Elizabeth A. Scales, A II .... f. . .. New Orleans Class President (2) ; T. U. R. K. (2) ; Glee Club (i, 2) ; Dramatic Club (i). Louise Scales, A n T Columbia, Tenn. Marjory S. Schvvarz, A E ! New Orleans Newccmb Basketball] (i), Spalding (i); Tennis (i); International Club (2). noRis L. SUERM.W, K A 6 . . . . Josephine V. Spencer, n B !■ . Marie Louise Stauffer, n B Regina SiLiN . . . . y. . . . . Haynesville, La. San Antonio, Tex. . . New Orleans . . Natchez, Miss. I ' rasxes B. Stern, A E i3 1 New Orleans Debating Club (i) ; Dramatic Club (i) ; Hullabaloo Staff (i). Katie D. Tack, H B f • | Tulsa, Okla. Debating Club (i, 2) ; Dramatic Club (i, 2) ; Art Club (i). Jane Taylor, K A 9 New Orleans Glee Club (2) ; Art Club (2). Julia M. Thomas, B 2 I New Orleans Glee Club (i, 2) ; Y. W. C. A. (i, 2). Margaret Jean Till, iI il . . . . I Hammond, La. Dramatic Club (i); Art Cllb (i, 2); Y. W. C. A. (i, 2). GowDY Venable, X Q T. U. R. K. (r, 2) ; Basketball (i). Clarksdale, Miss. Gladys M. Viosca, B A .... .1 ! New Orleans Glee Club (i, 2) ; Dramatic Club (1,2) ; Y. W. C. A. (i, 3) ; Debating (r). Mary Elizabeih Walker, K A 9 Augusta Walmsley, II B . . Sophie M. Welsch Dramatic Club (2) ; Orchestra Oklahoma City, Okla. . . . New Orleans . . . . New Orleans ;3). Leila S. VVerlein, n B 1 . . . . Vicksburg, Miss. Class Vice-President (2) ; House Council (3) ; Debating Council (i, 2) ; Track (i) ; T. U. R. K. (3) ; Dramatic Club (i, 2). Betty Wheeler, K K r . ' ,: New Orleans Glee Club (i) ; Art Club (i, 2). 1 t ' GvvENooLY ' NN M. Whittaker, X Q . .1 1 . . . . Aberdeen, Miss. I, ' i ' fi MiLDREB Wild, $ M .!; ' i j: . . . . Evergreen, Ala. Almyra Williamson, A II Emily K. Wilson . . . . New Orleans . Henderson, Ky. Frances E. Wolf, A E I . . V. ... ' .. y New Orleans Dramatic Club (i); Art Club (i); International Club (i); Newcomb Basketball (i) ; Hockey (r) ; Class Chairman (i) ; Debating Club (2). Ann C. Woodard, K K r Tulsa, Okla. Art Club (i) ; House Council (i) ; T. U. R. K. (3) ; Hullabaloo Staff (2). Paffe 62 (jxewcoml) LjolU ecje FRESHMAN CLASS I.EOSK Adams, K A 9 New Orlcan;. KvA V. Aii.i-N, II li •!■ New Orleans . Newpiirl, Tenri. Ei.izABKTH N. Bakkr, K A 6 | New Orlcaiiv Iiitrrnatioiuil Club; Art Club; Dramatic Club. IVlARV I.vniA Banks, M Art Club. Pauline L. Barnwell, A A II . DoROrHV B. TSON, I JI Louise Ba.vter, ! M Newcomb Basketball. Art Club. Jessei.vn R. Benson . . Marjorie L. Bernstein . . . M ARV R. BlOSS.AT, ' I JI . 1 . t Beitv Blakesi.ee, K a 6 . . Glee Club; Dramatic Club. Sara E. Booth, B20 Art Club; Glee Club. Margerelle Bramlette, K K r Henrieite R. Branan, li i; . Glee Club. Makglieriie C. Brenciilev, n B I ' . ' i)Ei.E M. Brisbi . . . f . . . Hilda B. Brown, K K r ' . . . Marv p. Brow n, V. . -, . . . DoROiin I.. Brumby, A OJ M K n. Hlll, K K r . Bonnie E. Carrutii, K K ijr Glee Club. Marv Louise Chapotel, " J " M Glee Club; Dramatic Club. r-AiGENIE CllAVANNE, K K 1 " . Caroline P. Coates, II li ' I ' Helen Cohen, I i) i; . . • . Dorothy R. CmnMn, A O IT I ' OLLN CoKlUN, |[ I! .1 ' . . . Sophie M. Cox, li i ' O Marv !iEri Craddock, X Draiiiaiic Club. Gainesville, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Millard, Miss. Griffin, Ga. . New Orleans Gulfport, Miss. . New Orleans . New Orleans New Orleans Woodville, Miss. . . Tampa, Fla. . New Orleans . . New Orleans . . Atlanta, Ga. . Grenada, Miss. . Franklin, I. a. . . New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans . . New Orleans Batun RiHiKe, La. , . Pulaski, Tenn. . . New Orleans . . New Orleans Jackson, Miss. . New Orleans I KRESA Crane T .„. Orleans Mali IE M. Crichton Conroe, Te. . V " K% :_- V ' £v» ' W % yi ' ■X r i i« CN.ewcomb UolL eae (ji. FRESHMAN CLASS Mary K. Dart, n B $ New Orle Nancy V. Denning, X n " . . Gallatin, Tenn. Glee Club; Dramatic Club. Ikma M. Dodd, Z T a i New Orleans Francis C. Drake, B20 T " New Orleans Dramatic Club. Nan B. Duvic, A n 5 Glee Club. ii Gladys M. Eddins, M |j I Slidell, La. New Orleans Louise T. Eisenstaedt, AE ...] Glencoe, 111. Glee Club; Dramatic Club. Sara C. Ellis Mary K. Evans Pensacola, Fla. Orchestra. Louisville, Ky. Georgia Anne Fagan, BZO New Orleans Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; Art Club. Sarah H. Parish, X fi „ Greenville, Miss. Jewel R, Feike, A A II, . Florene Z. Feinberg . l Lily Ferrara . . . . ' Mathilde a. Fitzpatrick Gloria R. Forst, Z T i Edith Fuss ell, K A 9 . Jamie F. Galbraith, X Lillian C. Galt, K K F fi . . Mexico, D. F. Thomasville, Ga. . . New Orleans . . New Orleans . . New Orleans . . New Orleans . Mexico, D. F. . . New Orleans Anne R. Gause : . New Orleans I ' " Gretna, La. Rita C. Geiger Eloise M. Generes Dramatic Club; Glee Club. New Orleans Grace George, n B $ New Orleans Art Club; Dramatic Club. Cita Goodell, AOn.! j J New Orleans Elaine M. Gottschalk, K A 9 Glee Club. Mary A. Greene . Margaret L. Grinnell, K A 9 New Orleans . . . New Orleans Oklahoma City, Okla. Elizabeth Halliuay, Z T A Beaumont, Tex. Glee Club; Orchestra. Charlotte M. Hardie, n B € Hope Hardy, K K F New Orleans Alexandria, La. Dorothy M. Haydel New Orleans Elizabeth L. Head Gainesville, Tex. Page 64. CJxewconu) (youecje FRESHMAN CLASS Adui.i; H. IlK.vmv, A O 11 New OHcaii!. Mauii; I- ' . lli:iii:ui- Ncu Orleans nouiiiin lliiiUDS ' El Paso, ' I ' l-x. W ' lwii; (;. 1 1 iMi ' iiii.i., S; Greenwodil, Miss. lii;vKRi. J. IIkss, K K 1 :1 Kansas City, Mo. Doris K. Ilii.i., li i; . . b l . . . . Albanv, Tex. II Em.mh: Lou IIirsch . . . ' ' I . . . . Fayette, Miss. Jam: C. IIociienedri., K K 1 ' Houma, La. Art Club. i;Rr)A A. IIuDSOS ' , Z T A ( m.i:[)oma Jackson, IT 15 I ; . jANi; C. JARMA , K A e . ?. Ol.CA H. JOHN ' S, Z T A . ., . . . . New Orleans . Greenville, Miss. . Oklahoma City, Okla. . . . . New Orleans Glee Club. lu.KANOR 1. Jones Janet N. Jones . . Nancv L. Johnson, A A IT New Orleans Glee Club; Dramatic Club. Jani;t M. Johnstone, K A B New Orleans . Birmingham, Ala. . . . New Orleans DoROiHV R. Joseph, 1 ' M ii . . . New Orleans Esther Juui.in, P M . . . j | j . . . . New Orleans Fi.EUREi IE E. Kahn, A E 4 I Rayne, La. Or.iviA 1 ' . Kammer, X n .j ' New Orleans Ri ' iH Keebee Elgin, Tex. Jane E. KEi.r.EHER, X n. . ' !j i; . . . . New Orleans Margaret Ann Kei.i.v, A II ' . . . . New Orleans Dramatic Club. . EiKEnA K. King, X f . J. Tylertown, Miss. Mar|(irii; 1 . Kmnesmuti, K K 1 ' j . . . . New Orleans l ' )iiRinn KoHi,, K A G . ,; New Orleans DoRoiiiv O. KoRNDOREi ER, !■ M New Orleans Makcaui I Krai ss, A i; ' I ' New C)rleans .■Vnna r. I.AIAM, W O , New Orleans I t AiiiERiNE l.Ai.i.ANDi:, K A O ..... San Juan, 1 ' . K. KvmEKiNE H. l.ANUR, K K T Hirminijham, .Ala. SniREEV I.Ari ER, A E •! New Orleans Glee Club. Marion L. Levy, AE New Orleans f t 0 i r :.: Page 6$ £ £ £ £ £ 4 CALewcomb i oilecjf- FRESHMAN CLASS Eleanor E. Lipman Columbus, Ga. Dramatic Club. Isabel McG. Lipscomb, n B SvDN ' EY G. Lob, A E BkTTV G. LOCKETl, IT B New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans Frances K. Loeb, A E I Montgomery, Ala. Newcomb Basketball. RosiNE J. Loeb, A E , Dorothy L. Mascaro . CoRiNNE H. Maunsell, II B } . Claudine a. R. McGovern . . MARCAREr T. McKenzie, Z T a Margaret Y. McKoy, K K E . . Yvonne Meyer, K A . ' . . . Alisl H. Moody, K K F An Club. Louise H. Moore, i M . . . Jayne S. Morton .... M.ARiE E. Neff, B A .j . . Jerrie M. O ' Connor, A IT Kate-Minor Olivier, K K F Aileen Orrison, Z T a , Olive S. Owens, X Q Mary E. Peacock, n B I Glee Club. . . . . DeWitt, Ark. . . . . New Orleans . . . . New Orleans . . . . New Orleans . . . . New Orleans St. Simon ' s Island, Ga. . . . . New Orleans . . . . New Orleans . . New Orleans . Henderson, Ky. . . New Orleans . . Ne Y Orleans . . New Orleans San Antonio, Tex. . . Tunica, Miss. Clarksdale, Miss. Betty J. Pearce, B20 New Orleans Dramatic Club; Glee Club. .Maurine H. Potlitzer, a E Frances E. Prichard, K A 6 . Dorothy J. Pugh, $ il . St. Joseph, Mo. . Ripley, Tenn. . New Orleans Dramatic Club. Emily P. Qlig ley, X n New Orleans Dramatic Club; Art Club. „ Elaine Rester, X V. Elaine H. Richardson, n B J Frances W. Ricks, K A 9 . . Beatrice M. Robineau, .A E i Betsy Ross, K K E . . . Emetine R. Roth, A A n . . New Orleans . New Orleans . Canton, Miss. . Chicago, 111. . New Orleans Thibodaux, La. Laurette J. Rothschild, A E Columbus, Ga. Dramatic Club. Page 6b T Qxewcomh yyoiiecje FRESHMAN CLASS AsNK J. RvAN, ' 1 ' M New Orleans liiRKKin C. RvAN Clarendon, Tex. Glee Club Marian F. Sciioor.i imii, II li ' 1 ' . M R Elizabeth Seagi.k .... Kaiiiarisk T. SKir.KRs, K K I " . . Graci-: II. SiMns, H ' I ' A Amv Smith, II n ' V . Jacqueline Steinberg Anne F. Stewart ... .1 J . . . . Mobile, Ala. Dramatic Club; Orchestra; Ne vcnmb String Quartet. Gni.niE P. Stool, ' I 1 i; Del Rio, Te.x. Art Club. I . ' nEi,E I.. Story, X n . . .| | | . . . . New Orlean? Dramatic Club; Glee Club. | . l.via M. Sullivan ' . . . . New Orleans Jacqueline Texada, X n Madison, Fla. Glee Club; Dramatic Club. | Salome M. Thalheim . , I . . . . Gretna, La. Beatrice E. Trubeau, A O n New Orleans Janice F. Trum, .V E New Orleans International Club; Glee Club; Dramatic Club. Claribel Trunzi.er, M J : . . . . New Orleans Chattanonga, Tenii. . . New Orleans . . New Orleans , . . New Orleans . Clarksdale, Miss. . . New Orleans Nina O. t ' NnERuii.L . . M Rv R. t ' pTON, n B Betts- a. Van Cleave . MlRKIILE M. ' ooriiies, X SJ . Glee Club. . Houston, Tex. . New Orleans . . New Orleans . New Orleans Jane Waddle, X f Glee Club. i New Orleans Glee Club. MvR ' K. ' aiker, K a e .l ' ! . . . . New Orleans Glee Club. Eileen .■ . Walsh e, K A 68 Margarette E. ' i:ii), X !! Nathalie Wkiner . . . .1 . New Orleans . New Orleans . Camilla, Ga. I ' l-ARi, J. Weinstein . . 1. . . . New Orleans Glee Club; Orchestra. Mary C. Wells, K K r . ' ' ! New Orleans Pramatic Club; International Club.l Francis J. Westkei.dt . . f.... New Orleans Art Club. N ' ANCY E. Wheiess, K a f) I Shrevepnrt, I.a. Jane S. Williams, I M Bridgeport, Tenn. I.EE Mel.. WuMAMs, K . e . ' Mgiers, La. Matmi R. Wln , H ■!■ . Algiers, La. Dramatic Club; CAic Club. Peggy Woodward, K K P Mew Orleans Marjorie .a. V. tes. 4 " M Greenwood, Miss. Page bj fe hj w CLASS OFFICERS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Senior Class Thomas P. Foltz President James M. Butera Vice-President Frank O. Tomeny Secretary Eugene F. McCall Treasurer Jlxior Class Luther M. Vauchan President Alfred J. Messina Vice-President Robert P. Vincent, Jr Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Class Joseph W. Weaver President Paul H. Parker ■ • Vice-President Robert L. Knolle Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class WooDROW McD. Lamb President James A. Roberts, Jr Vice-President Jack R. Jones . Secretary-Treasurer Foltz, Vaughan, Weaver, Lamb P R E S E N T I N G T I ,- - - ' ,- - , - SCHOOL O F CilLCLILC f7 ' X W SckooL of JneolcLYie SENIOR CLASS Dean H. Allen, A K K Tallulah, La. Football (i)_; Baseball (i, 2,_3LCaptain (3). Elmer S. Allen, Jr., N 2 N, 2 X T Areola, 111. R.ALPH F. Allen, A Q A, A K K Milton, Fla. OwJ Club ; Medical Pan-Hellenic Council. Arturo N. Alv.arado i ,I A . Panama City, R. P. John W. Ashby, K P . . . . A.B. Degree, Hendrix College; Owl Club. Benton, Ark. Archie J. Baker, A K K, S A E Bernard H. Bayer, ! A K Jacksonville, Fla. Houston, Tex. Louie E. Bavles . . I Anderson, Ala. A.B. Degree, Vanderbilt LTniversity. WooDARD D. Beacham, X, B 9 II .J New Orleans A.B. Degree, University of Mississippi, ' 32, B.S. Degree, ' 33. Seth McP. Beale Joseph E. Beasley, A 1 Burlington, N. C. University of North Carolina. Steele, Mo. " T " Club; Tennis (i, i, 3), Manager (3) ; Glendy Burke (i, 2, 3) ; Y. M. C. A. ' : (i, 2, 3), Vice-President (3). James L. Beaver, A 9. A, X, A X A, M A . , . 0%vl Club. I Frank L. Bigsbv, Jr., I X Fayetteville, Ark. Kirksville, Mo. James G. Blaine, Jr., N 2 N Jackson, Miss. A.B. Degree, Mississippi College; Owl Club; Medical Class Secretary-Treasurer (3). Page 70 School of .Jneoicuie SENIOR CLASS JosKiMi H. Hi.iM, III, N i; N New Ork-aiis Tamp:), I ' la. r. II. IlAKDiv Hr.wcu, Jr., N 1 N, i; X Class President (2); Qui Cluh, Will lAM II. HRiUGts, A K K, II K A T B.S. Degree. Forest Hill, La. W ' li.i.iA.M B. Blcknkr, . K K . . .j . Shelbyville, Teiin. JAMBALAVA Representative (2). ; Jnii - J. BuRni , Jr., . K K, K 2 . I Lafavette La. J. Wirt Burnett, A fi A, X, i) A E B.S. Degree, rniversity of Arkansas. Iamfs M. Butfra De Witt, . rk. Houston, Tex. Medical Class Vice-President (+) J. Hovi.E Cari.ock, Jr., A fi A, N 2 X ]■ A H . Ardmore, Okla. A.B. Degree, Oklahoma University; Oxvl Club; Honor Council (2). Orlando, Fla. Greenville. Mi . RussFl.i, B. Carsok, A K K, A X, A !•: A . f JnsFpii J. Cioi.iNO ... 1. ' . Medical Class Secretary-Treasurer (i), President (3). I Stam.ev Cohen, A A, I A !■ S . u El. II. CoiMN, Jr., ' I ' X, 11 K A C. Hrii;man Crai-i, N r X, ; A K, ' I " ' I New Orle Ne N Orleans Mobile. Ala. H.S. Degree, Tulanc, ' 32; .Xrts and Sciences Class President (i, 3), ' ice-President (2); Honor Council (i, 2, 3); Medical Student Bih1 Treasurer (h). .;i Ri.E . . Creel, O K M ' Crossville, Ala. A.B. Degree, Iniversity of Alabama. Page yi Ol ,- £ £ i £ £ £ dM ( 1 1? IMi ff SckooL of JneoLCLYLe SENIOR CLASS Ottis B. Crockhr Bruce, Mis Edwin A. Crovvell, Jr., A f2 A, K A . . ' f . . Franklin La Sebron C. Dale, N 2 n3 Owl ., Club. Prentiss, Miss. John S. Desporte, A fi A, N 2 N, 2 X, B M New Orleans B.S. Degree, Tulane, ' 32; White Elephants; Class Secretary-Treasurer (2). Sol Dombeck, 1 A K Verner J. Donnelly, N S N . . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Otho K. DuBoise, X ,. Eugene G. Durel Owl Club. Houston, Tex. Lockhart, Tex. New Orleans B.S. Degree. NoLLiE C. Felts, N 2 N, 2 X, K A I , A K Hatfiesburo, Miss. Class Secretary (i), President (2); Football (i, 2, 3); Basketball (i, 2); Track (i, 2). Thomas P. Foltz, N 2 N, 4 9 Fort Smith, Ark. Medical Class President (4) ; Owl Club; Medical Pan-Hellenic Council. Ross E. Fowler, K I ' , n K A B.S. Degree, University of Arkansas. William S. Francis, Jr. . Harrison, Ark. Marion, Va. A.B. Degree, University of Alabama. Madison A. Furrii, X . Otis F. Gay, P 2 Elysian Fields, Tex. Washington, D. C. Page 72 Srifooi Of yl emcbie SENIOR CLASS Hi: J. MlN- R. (;i: l)i;i., A A, ■! K, ' !■ I! K, I! . r b.S. Degree, riilanc. IJronx, N. Y. C ' l.AUKi; II. (in.i.Ksi ' , l ' X, K i: .... 1 Birmingham, Ala. A.K. Oi ' grcc, Univt ' isity nl . ' Malmmn, ' 28. JosiM ' H II. Goi.iiniiRGKK . !..... Biloxl, Miss. A.B. D ;gree, George Wasliingtrm University. r. i:r. R. CiooGK, O K M ' , K i; ;, . . . Bonneville, Miss. A.B. Degree, University of Mississippi; Oul Club. Jiiir n. CHiuniMKK, i: A E Lake Charles, La. Rice Institute. Fakiu " it ( . C.K.wm.AM, In., ' I X, A K H . ' West Point, Miss. B.S. Degree, University of Mississippi. 1k iv M. (iHAssorkkn, I ' A K r al Pan-Hellenic Council. Raleigh, N. C. lliMi ' Miifi II. Il i!n , Jr , A i; . , K . V.m , Ri) . . II 1:1 iMK, l P i; Jons A. IliiNnRicK, Jr., V. A, ' !■ X, K A Centenary College; Medic il Class Presiddril (i); Medical Honor Council (i, 4); Owl Club. Lecoinpte, La. Now Orleans Shreveport, La. .lnii S. lllRRiNC, . K, i: II, -I- ' I ' Oak Grove, La. I Jl ' i.i.w v. lldW 1:1.1,, N i; N ' ! A I Oul Cluli. Marion, Ala. JnsKPli lIi ' DKS, ' !• A K Brooklyn, N. V. A.B. Degree, " rulane; llnnnr Council (+). | I ri:nci-: B. Hidson. i. ' ' I ' E Pag,- 7s Hattiesburg, Miss. £ d £ £ £ £ SckooL of Jneoic ' um SENIOR CLASS Morris Kaplan, saE Bryan, Tex. B.S. Degree, Tulane; Honor Council. Roi.A -n G. Ke etox, X i X, 4 A 9 Missoula, Mont. Thom.w E. Kelly, P S J Dallas, Tex. Class President (2). Robert C. Kemp, Jr., X 2 X, K A . . . Baton Rouge, La. B.S. Degree; Honor Council (3). Joseph D. Lakdrv, A K K, IT K A j Ne- v Orleans ) Georgiaxa J. vo.v Langermann, a E I I New Orleans , Medical Pan-Hellenic Council. John- H. Lary, n K A, B n University of Alabama. Carl E. Lewis, ' i ' X, K S JoHX A. Lewis, Jr., i X, K 2 . B.S. Degree, Tulane. William C. Littell, X, 2 A E Football (t) Frank R. Lock, X 2 X, 2 A E . . . A.B. Degree, Cornell, ' 31. Arthur D. Long, Jr., X 2 X, 2 X . . Huntsville, Ala. Rowlands, Miss. New Orleans Opelousas, La. J Randolph N. Long, X, A 6 . . . Medical Class President (i) ; Owl Club. Hot Springs, . rk. El Paso, Tex. Selma, Ala. Bruno F. Mancuso Newark, N. J. Page 7 Scliool Of Aicalcbie SENIOR CLASS I1ii;m 1. Mamiki.I) El Dorado. Ark. A.B,. Degree, lltiulrix College. Tuni-NK F. McCm.i., ' !■ X, r N . . . . 1 ' Monlicxllu, Fl;i. Owl Club; Medical Class Treasurer ( 4. ) ■ ' ai.h;k O. McCammok, A ' V Z . . Medical Student Body, Vice-President (4). Lebanon, Ky. MlRAM A. McCONNELI., ' t X, A X A Owl Club. Favetteville, Ark. Co N ' L. MiLBLiRN, Jr., ' I X, 9 X San Antonio, Tex. W. DoBBS MiNoi, 1 X, K A A.B. Degree. Tuscaloosa, Ala. JosEPir N. MncHELL, 2 I " E Dallas, Tex I i Chari.ks R. Moore, X, IT K A ClantoEi, Ala. B.S. Degree, Alabama Polytechnic Institute. OsME P. MVERS, X Z X s Collinsville, Miss. Thomas C. Naugle, I X, A K F . . West Point. M I I I SiiARi ' N. Nicholas . . ;, , Shrevcport, I. a I ' liu II ' C. Paoci I I, . X A V Forest Citv, . C. FiioMAS J. Paink, Jr., (i K -I ' , II K ■]• . .1 Dora, Al Kosciusko, Mis Joii V. Penokr, B K ' B.S. Degree, University of Mississippi, ' 33. i ' age JS d £ £ £ £ £ ScliooL of JneoLclne SENIOR CLASS Edward B. Pms, A K K, n K A Birmingham, Ala. A.B. Degree, University of Alabama. Zachari- J. Romeo, ' I A E, 2 .V JI . . J New Orleans . Medical Pan-Hellenic Council. T Owen Rovce, Jr., i X, A T o Karl S. Seale, 6 K I ' , 2 K, li -M Medical Pan-Hellenic Council. Indianola, Miss. Meridian, Miss. E. Allen Sherrill, Jr. Eugene D. Simmons, 2 N Clifton Skinner, Jr., A fi A, I X, I B K Davrel D. Smith, 9 K I ' Houston, Tex. Jacksonville, Fla. Selma, Ala. Ogden, Utah Edwin P. Solomon, Jr., Z B T . . . 1 Birmingham, Ala. A.B. Degree, University of Alabama. T. L. L. SONIAT, A K K n K Medical Honor Council (2). New Orleans Seals S. Speer, 2 E ' Bay St. Louis, Miss. Warren C. Stephens, Jr., 6 K I ' . . ' ' Keener, Ala. B.S. Degree, Spring Hill College, ' 31; Square and Compass. John R. Stewart, 4 X, A T Q . . .1 Minden, La. Luther L. Terry, A K K, II K A . . ' ' Red Level, Ala. B.S. Degree, Birmingham-Southern; Owl Club. John D. Thames, 9 K ' P, A K IK., .| ■ _ , - Hammond, La. Football (i). Scrub (2) :. j arsity Baseball (4); " T " Club. Francis D. Threadgill, N 2 N EI Dorado, Ark. Fage 76 Scliool Of yneoicLne SENIOR CLASS I ' k.wiv O. Tumi s , ' I ' 1 ' i; Medical Clnss Secretary (4). New Orleans W ' li.roN E. Tixnv 1:1.1., . K IC ' ' . Pensacola, Fla. University (if Florida. T i John ' K. Tiirrkrvii.i.i:, A K K, - N J.S. Degree, Howard College. Joseph A. Vki.i.a Medical Honor Council. NoLEv H. Vinson, O K 1 ' Ben.i.xmik C. V. i.i.. ci:, Jr., 9 K M ' Fr.ask Weitz, 1 ' Ji E . j.vMEs v. ' El.cll, . K K, n K A Century, Fla. New Orleans Guntersville, Ala. Coolidge, Tex. Atlanta, Ga. Long Leaf, La. r. Roy Williams, 1 . :2 . (• A K . Montgomery, . ' la. Medical Student liody President; Medical Pan-Hellenic Council; Owl Cluli. Howard B. Wimiams, ■! 1 ' i; . West Greene, Ala. Medical Class Vice-President (3) NoRMW I ' . ' iM.i. Ms, . k ' K " " Seville, Fl CiiARi IS H. Wii.SDN, •]• A e Birmingham. Ala. A.B. Degree, rniveisity of .■Mabnma. V ! Creicmio-. Wrew . . . I ' . . . . Garner, . C. Vk W IliKosiii Yasliia AlpIIONSE l. ZlEMAN, 9 K ' i ' Page Jj Kealakekua, 1 ' , 11. Mobile, Ala SckooL of .jyiedlclne JUNIOR CLASS George S. Allex, A K K Emory, Tex. B.S. Degree. Henry E. Askix, X, II K . . . . " . . . . . ' " : . . Alexander City, Ala. A.B. Degree, University of Alabama. WiLHELMiNA C. Bacher, A E I, B J A .1 New Orleans Benedict Weinstein, A K [ „—. . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. T Leo W. Benson, e K , S E . . . .f . . . Port Arthur, Tex. B.S. Degree, Tulane. Lawrence W. Burt, N 2 X, A T A . . I . . . ii Thirteen Club. New Orleans ' n.LIA.VI H. Byrne, X2N j.... Nashville, Tenn. ' Owl Club. I Samuel C. Collins, 4 X, n K . Houma, La. B.S. Degree, Tulane. Jack A. Critienden, I) x, 2 N . . . | ! Hartselle, Ala. Murray A. Diamond, ■I ' . . K . . . . ' ! Flushing, L. I. B.S. Degree, Tulane; College of City of New York, Columbia University; Medical Student Body Treasurer (4). Vincente DTncian.vi Charles J. Don.ald, Jr., K -I ' , 2 E J. Brown Farrior, K A . New Orleans Fairfield, Ala. . Tampa, Fla. I Ralph Friedman, I AE, ZBT Oxford, Miss. University of Mississippi; Band (3). James R. Godfrey, e K | j . . . . Dunkirk, N. Y. Juan C. Gonzalez, Jr., I . . Rio Grande City, Tex. Class Historian. Saturnino M. Gonzalez, I IA. . .J Jambalaya Representative (3 ' Eric E. Guilbeau, Jr., X, 2 X J. ' ardamax Gwin, 9 K . . Thomas J. Healv . . H. Him EL Henry . Hullabaloo Staff (5). Edwin J. Herpich, e K , A 2 James H. Hollimon, 9 K ' I ' . . . Paul M. Huddleston, .A K K Ch. rles R. Hume, X 2 X, B 9 n Clifton, Ariz. Carencro, La. New Orleans . New Orleans . Mvmel, La. . . . New Orleans . . . Houston, Tex. Huntington, W. Va. New Orleans Thom.m M. Irwin, X 2 X . . . . " ' . " Jacksonville, Fla. William L. Jennings, X 2 X Jennings, Fla. Carrol A. Johnson, Jr., X 2 X Wilson, Okla. Page 78 ScliooL of yl ' lfVLCLne JUNIOR CLASS ri, Kt ' i-: S. Jdiissos Ncu- Orleans llAKdlU 1 ' . KiMM IllllWlllllll, T. II, AuiiiiK . l.iAws, JK., 1 , l: ;i II I ' M I. I.. M. i(Ks, ' I ' lO, i; A .M , . . Nfw Orleans New (Jrlcans Kkwaki) 1)1- S. Mattiikwj, N 1 ' N, K A, .|. I! K, () K, !■ ' I ' , li JI . . Ni-w OrU-aTis U.S. Di ' Krce, TulaiH- ' 33; Class President (i); While- I ' lephants; Spectators Cliili; Owl Club. WiiMA.M C. McCi Kl) , Jr.,: . ' - N, ' I ' A t) W i,ri:R 15. Mi; i:k, . ri N . I.iii- •] ' . Ni-sniTT, II l A Ihcpi E. Pausos ' S, N ' i; . , A I.KOS I ' llll.l.ll ' S I ' .DWAKi) H. RoiiiNSOS ' , Jr., J I i; N Owl C ub. John C. Russr:i,, Jr., X i: f , I ' A 9 . . Medical Student Body Secretary (i KiciiARi) E. Ski.srr, e K l ' , A ::i 1 ' , l K I , II I K . Mi;i.vi n. Sii;im:r, !■ A H, Z li T Medical (Jllass Vice-President (2) ; Band (2, 3). ]. Jones Stewart, - N . n J. Sr. Martin, I X . . . Purcell, Okla. . . . Hondo, Tex. . Birmingham, . ' la. . . . Tampa, Fla. . New Orleans . Talladega, Ala. . Cleveland, Miss. . Baton Rouge, La. . Neiv Orleans Nauci.i; K. Tiiom. s, A K K, i: 1 K . I B. S. Degree. Gus W. TnoMASsoN, Jr., ' I P ; Medical Pan-Hellenic Council. W ' uiiAM S. TiKRs, Jr., (» K M ' , A i: ' 1 ' . 1 NOMAS B. I ' OOKE, JR, 1 X, K .V . B.f. Degree, Tulajie; Owl Club. Will 1 AM I.. ' I.KR, |K. . A.B. (lAI!Kli:i. ' aM)A. IA . CJeorce a. ' arin() . Degree, I ' niver ity 111 Kentuck jlvMElAl.ANA Representative (2). . . Mobile, Ala. . . Ilrninui, La. . Tucson, Ariz. . . Dallas, Tex. . Jefferson, Tex. . . Belcher, La. Owenshnr.i, Ky. LliiiEK M. Naiiiiian, a K K, . T !. ' , L ' I! JI Medical: Class President (2, 3); Owl Club. i, X i;jx, I! .M . . . . U.S. Degree NoRKlN W. N ' dllKIIIE Will. 1AM S. Warrin, a K John C. Weed, X i: X, A T U, -l ' TN B.S. Degree, Tiilane ' 33; Boxing (3, 4., 5) Havana, Cuba . Monroe, La. . Clinton, Ky. . New Orleans I ' ulane. Honor O iincil. Center, Tex. ' . O A K, .!• .b, (» . .|. . Ne v Orleans Japtain (=,) ; Lhirteen Club; Owl Club. KlCIIAKll W. lNCENT, . K K c 1 I T s. .., .1 iv ,v Sulphur, La. b.S. Degree, Southwe.stern Louisiana Institute; Medical Pan-Hellenic Council. t ' oijc 7p Wk k : — ; . FF £ £ £ d £ £ SckooL of JneoLcbie UNDERGRADUATES Charles E. Anderson, Jr., ' 37, N 2 N, K 2 Charleston, Miss. John M. Anderson, ' 38, II K I . , .„, Laurel, Miss. Kafael T. Armstrong, ' 37, I I A . . t. " . . Ponce, P. R. Laurie J. Arnold, Jr., ' 37, N 2 N, S AT5 Lake City, Fla. Medical Student Body Secretary-Treasurer (2) ; Medical Pan-Hellenic Council (2). Irving Baer, ' 3S, A K | ji . . . . Bayonne, N. J. Hardee Bethea, ' 38, N 2 N, A K E New Orleans Jambalaya Staff (2, 3) ; Glendy Burke (i). James R. Blair, ' 38, 9 K I ' . , . . s 1 . . . San Angelo, Tex. Paul S. Body, ' 38, A K K, A T A . . .j J . . . . Galveston, Tex. Lemann H. Bounds, ' 37, 9 K ■ ' , S I ' E .. ' ! B.S. Degree, Tulaine ' 34; Band (i, 2) Harry L. Brisk, ' 38, A,K K William J. Brown, ' 37, K ■ . . Sumner W. Brown, ' 37, K [ ' . . . Jack D. Brownfield, ' 37, X, 2 A E John P. Buckley, ' 38, A K K, B M . Irvin Cahen, ' 37, A E, 2 A JI, B M .l| . . . ' i Band (2, 4). Robert J. Cardwell, ' 37, 6 K I ' . . Ernest N. Carmouche, ' 38, A K K GUILLERMO M. CARRERA, ' 37, I A Cheney C. Joseph, ' 38, I . . . . Holmes Cook, ' 38, n Ivf A . . . . IkwiN T. Craig, ' 37, N .2 N, 2 N . Universitv of Kansas. . . Meridian, Miss. Atlantic City, N. J. . . . New Orleans . . Donalds, S. C. , . Fort Smitli, Ark. . . . New Orleans . New Orleans Lenoir City, Tenn. . . . Crowley, La. . Rio Piedras, P. R. . White Castle, La. Philadelphia, Miss. . . . Joplin, Mo. Robert C. Day, ' 37, A K K . . . . J. Douglas Dickson, ' 38, I X, «I ' K I ' Henry C. Dorris, ' 38, K . . . Joseph W. Douglas, ' sS , I ' X, !■ A 9 Boxi ig (i). Robert A. J. Einstein, I37 . - ■ • II. Tristram Engelhardt, ' 37, I P 2 Irving M. Essrig, ' 38, T E P, A E . . New Orleans Amarillo, Tex. . Jackson, Miss. . Bre-wton, Ala. Stuttgart, Germany Houston, Tex. Tampa, Fla. Petrolia, Pa. Joseph C. Evans, ' 38, A K K, 2 ! E .=Aa Band (i, 2, 3, 4), Manager (3) ; Varsity Boxing. Emanuel Feldman, ' 38, A K Bayonne, N. J. Page 80 SclwoL Of JneaicLYie UNDERGRADUATES ' ll,rKi:i) I ' lSKKl.STKlN, ' 3S, ' 1 A K Wii.i.iAM 1.. Fins, III, ' jS, i: X While l ' lf|ilianl ; Ac;i(lrmir Pan-Ilclli-nic Council (2, 3). New Orleans Atlanta, Ga. W ' liiiAM l " . I ' RAsrz, ' 37, ' 1 ' 1 ' i: New Orleans Amos P. CIakvi-r, ' 38, ' I ' X Parat;i)iil(l, Ark. Wii.i.iAM K. (iAt iiiiiK, ' 37, (I K ] ' New Orleans B.S. Oe ree, Tul.irir; II iilliiliiiino Representative. Thomas V. CJi.Ansrv, ' 37 Tom a. Glass, Jr., ' 37, I X, K i; Frank S. Gi,ovi:r, III, ' 38, A K K lii.RNARi) A. Goldman, ' 38, ' ! A K, K N Pan-Hellenic Council. Raton RnuRC, La. . . MInclen, La. . Houston, Tex. . Bogalusa, La. N.MitAX Goldstein, ' 37, •! A K New Orleans B.S. Degree, Tulane ' 34. Sanders A. Goodman, ' 38, 4 ' A E, :: A M Greenville, Miss. Band (I, 2) ; Glee Club (2). Duncan G. Grailxm, ' 37, O K F, A T A . . Sioux City, Li. Band. Sam H. ILmcler, Jr., ' 37, P Austin, Tex. Manah R. Halrouty, ' 37I I 1 . . . Beaumont. Tex. Dormitory Cluli (i, 2), President (2) ; Y. M. C. A. (i, 2, 3, 4); Triangle Club. Louis F. IIa.milion, ' 38, A K K Galveston, Tex. Honor Council. V.wwr. P. Harris, ' 37, X :: X, -F A O Chicago, III. Carl . Harwell, Jr., ' 38, X i; X, ' F A G . . . Osceola, Ark. W ' RK.iiT Hawkins, ' 37, F X, i) A F: . . Fort Smith, . rk. I1iliar II. Henderson, Jr., ' 38, ' F X, i; X Greenville, Ala. RoRERT N. Hesser, ' 37, . IC K Knnis, Tex. Allreo -. K. llEw, ' 37 Paia, NLiui, r. IL Mekrei.l O. Hines, ' 37, K F JackM.n, Miss. B.S. Degree, Millsaps College. RKii Rn (;. lloLO.MRE, ' 37, . 1 , K A, 1; I Lake Charles, La. James C. S. Hong, ' 37 Wahiau.i. O.ihu. F. II. I ' niLLii. W. Horn, ' 38, . K K, A X -, K K vF, A II 1 Ardm.ue, Okla. John D. Jerareck, ' 38, N 2 X, V A K ' : . . . . Houston, Tex. Trols K. Johnson, ' 37, K V Poftock, La. Jack R. Jones, ' 38, -F X, i: X ,}.„„„ K„„g ._ l_., Medical Class Serrctary-Treasurer (i). Warren C. Jones, ' 38, .) K F Magnolia. Miss. Wm L,AM T. Jonks, ' 37, A K K Shreveport, La. ' (; ■ Si U ■ 1 .Aalk i ■i iii d £ d £ d £ ' M i ' V SckooL of yyieuLcLne UNDERGRADUATES Wallack S. Kawaoka, ' 37 Eleele, Kauai, T. H. Joseph Kleinfeldt, ' 38, ' I yV K New Oilcans B.S. Degree; Chess iiiid Checkeis Club (i, 2, 3, 4). I Roger S. Knapp, ' 37 A K K, K A . . | ' ■ Lubbuck, Tex. A.B. Degree ' Texas Tech. Robert L. Knom.e, ' 37, I ' X Seguiu, Tex. Medical Class Secrietary-Treasurer (3). Elmer E. W. Kramer, ' 38, I P 2 B.S. Degree. 1 ' aul H. Kurzweg, Jr., ,137 B.S. Degree. J. Weldon Lamb, ' 38, N 12 N, 2 X ' 1 ' homas H. Lambert, ' 37, I X, K S . Edward L. Levert, ' 37, A K K, B 9 11 Louis K. Lew, Jr., ' 37, I A E . . . . . . . ParagoukI, y rk. . Charleston, Miss. . Thibodaux, La. . . . . Canton, Miss. Bertha M. Lew, ' 38, i; A T, A . A Oklahoma City, Okla. Louisiana State University. 1 .1 . . . . Hammond, La. tptive (i) ; Y. IS . C. A. Cabinet (i). New Orleans Morgan City, La. Collins P. Lipscomb, ' 38,, K T ' . Medical Class JambXlava Represent GvwNNE LL Little, ' 37, jj6 K I ' . . . Walter S. L. Loo, ' 37 • J Robert C. Lynch, ' 38, Nj;2; N, Ben. Alexander M. Manson, . ' 37, N - N, 2 Jacques A. Macne, ' 38, B P 2 . . . . E . Emile Mal ' irv, Jr., ' 37, A K K, K 2 . . . . Glee jClub. Ramhond F. Mayer, ' 38 Cei-erino a. Mendez, ' 3I Marshall L. Michel, Jk!, ' 37, N 2 N, M e H Richard E. C. Miller, ' 38, N 2 N, A K Raul M. Montemayor, ' 37, 1= I A . . William H. Moorhead, jisS, N 2 N E . . B.S. Degree. Leslie K. Mundt, ' 37, 1 lA E, Z 1! T B.S. Degree. John A. Murfee, ' 38, X, K 2 Howard A. Nelson, ' 37, Isf 2 N, A St ' . . Cornelia, Ga. . . Hilo, T. H. . . New Orleans Jacksonville, Fla. . New Orleans . New Orleans . Pomaria, S. C. Cienfuegos, Cuba . Biloxi, Miss. . Alexandria, La. . Eagle Pass, Tex. . Goldville, S. C. Helena, Ark. Becker, Miss. Tunica, Miss. A.B. Degree, llniversity of Mississippi; Honrtr Council (2). Ransom A. Nockton, jR.jj ' 38, X, A Luis R. Oms, ' 37, ' I ' I A sidcnt (i). Crowley, La. . Ponce, P. R. Paul H. Parker, ' 37, 9 K P Bonita, Miss. Medical Class V ' jcc-Pres James L. Pickens, ' 37, I X, K 2 ... i: .... ' .... . Bentonville, Ark. B.S. Degr-se, UniVifrsity of Arkansas. Madison R. Pope, ' 37, N 2 N . . . |. Talladega, Ala. Oran V. Prejean, ' 37, A K K, K 2 Scott, La. B.S. Degree, Southwestern Louisiana Institute. Page S2 SrI ool oj yncoLcb e UNDERGRADUATES WiMiAM W. I ' r(.ii, Jn., ' iS, ' I ' X, A X A Nnpnlconvilli-, l.:i. lliKMW ( ' . Ui ' ANTZ, ' 37, l ' X, K A . ■ ■ Rnck Hill, S. ( ' . WiiiiANT S. RwiiMi, Jr.. ' 57, ' I ' X, II l A M;iii(in. Al:i. A.I!. Dc rri-e, lniMi il " .AI;ih;iiiKi ; Mcclifal Cl;l l ' ru idi.-iit (1). 1. im MW l i ivf:s, ' 37, K K, A X A . joMi ' ii I ' , Kniv, JK., ' 38 : N . . . Ii.hi I (issij l i i:i( A, ' 37, ' ! l A T B.S. D gree. . Feriiday, I.:i. . Eiidora, Ark. l, Mi;s .A. KoiiKKis, |i(, ' 3S, O K 1 ' Mc-dicnl Class Viup-Prcsiilciit (i) Ci.iiMs II. KiJiMXSON, ' 37 . I San CKTinan, I ' . R. . lliiustim, ' I ' l ' .s. . |)K1 S M. ROIIKICUEZ, ' 37, I I A . . . Pnii-llelleiiic Council JciSKi ' ii II. SAiNnr.RS, ' 37 ClARINCK I. Slll ' l.l, ' 3S, A K K . . . .Ai,iRi:no CI. Sii. , ' 37, !■ I . . . . . W ' Ai.iKK II. SiM.NKiNS, Jr., , ' 37, N 22 N, i: I E James T. Smiiii, ' 3S . . 1 JdSi-i ' ir Sr.A.vi.vi, ' 37, ! idl Ci.KNN- Q. SiRi-KT, Jr., ' 38, A K K, K IS . jiiiiN- c. SuAREs, ' 37, ! ' p 2, :: rr . . . . I.di IS J. Sii ' Pi.K, ' 38, A K K, i: A !•: . . I (ii(:i.. s R. S ini.A i), ' 37, K M ' . . I, A. 15. DcKri-e, Rice Institute. Jci: n. T .M.nni, ' 38, l X I IIEODORE L. TAWEUII.I., ' I. EON J. ' r.MiUEMlAUS, ' 37, . Hailucali, Tex. Mexico city, Mex. . . Lexington, Ky. . El Campo, Tex. . Managua, Nic. . Pine Bluff, Ark. . . . Paris, Ark. . Gadsden, Ala. . Graham, Tex. . New Orleans . Hayou Goula, La. . . Houston, Tex. IIuUahal o Staff. [7, . K K . A Iv . . . A.B. Degree, Riic Institute ' 33. Stamps, .Ark. 11.1,1 AM I ' . I ' llllM.XS, JK., ' 37, !• X, - . . . . . I ' rania, La. College Station, Tex. Kem; a. Torrado, ' 38, ' I- T. V. R. K. (2, 3) | ' arsity Tr.ack [(2) ; Pan-IIellei I International Relations Club. Ir, sk M. I ' owssENn, ' 38,10 K M ' netju.en, .Ark. Honor C nuncil Gmiciiis M. ' ii I |.:k, ' 37 ir.v-.k m. w ' .M.i.is, ' 38, ■!■ r i; . Se . I(I1 U II. W , SI KMAN, ' ;S, ' 1 ' . K . . t A ' edado, Havana, Cuba ic Council (2, 3) ; Lake Wales, l- " la. . Xiw Orleans Los . ngelcs, Calif. . Bnmklvn, N ' . A . JosKi ' ii W. i w iR, ' 37, .V K K ' I . .St. Petersburg, Fla. Medical Class President (2). j N.vni, N ' i;m., Jr., ' 37, l A li | J- ■ ■ • .lacksonville, Pla. U. Bt;R ARn WiissTEiN, ' 37, ' P A K . New Orleans Spectators Clidi (3, 4, ); Praniatiejjiiild (3, 4); Cdeiuly Burke t3, 4). I ' .nwiN II. Esr, ' 37, K M ' , :; •! ' !■; Meridian, Miss. Ki Rtii N. Wkxi.er, ' 37, .V 1; 1, I ' i: i: New Orleans i ute Sj k i CLASS OFFICERS COLLEGE OF LAW Senior Class Kalford K. Miazza President Robert E. Friedman Vice-President Alwine L. Mulhearn Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class Raymond H. Kierr President Octavia E. Averhoff Vice-President Fontaine Martin, Jr Secretary-Treasurer Freshiman Class George D. Tessier President Frederick I. Dvmond Vice-President Louis A. Mahoney Secretary-Treasurer Miazza, Kierr, Tessier PRESENTING T li C O L L i: O L O I- L uW d £ £ £ d £ (yollef e of J aw SENIOR CLASS U ' li.BUR L. Allain, n K A, A £laSS«Jiwee-President (3) Patterson, La. Gilbert Bernstein I New Orleans Moot Court Board of Adv isors (2, 3). John P. Everett, S N, T A , 1 Pan-Hellenic Conncil (3). Farmerville, La. J. H. Randolph Feltus, A 9, O A K, A A A, 6 N, f A . . . . New Orleans Arts and Sciences Presitfent (3) ; Laiv Glass President (5) ; Jambalaya Editor-in- Cliief (5, 6), Associate Editor 14). GiRARD J. Fernandez, 2 I ' E, I A New Orleans Robert E. Friedman, Z S T, B K . . " New Orleans A.B. Degree, Tnlane; T. TJ. R. K. (5) ; CJass Stcretary-Treasurer (4), Vice-President (5) ; Law Rci ' .cw Board of E litors (4, 5), Eq itor-in-Chief (5). Bennie M. Goodman ! , New Orleans A.B. Degree, Tnlane, ' 33; Moot Court; Lww Rcvieiv. Simon Herold, Z B T Shreveport, La. A.B. Degree, Tulane, ' 33; Moot Court Board of Advisors Secretary (5); Student Body Secretary; Varsity Track (3, 4, 5); Pan-Hellenic Council (4, 5, 6), Treasurer (6) ; " T " Club; T. Li. R. K.-l Alwvn J. Justrabo, 2 ] ' E •: New Orleans Boxing (3, 4, 5), Southeastern Conference Champion (3), Captain (5). I I Nolan Kammer, A T fi, A K, K A I , A , , 9 i New Orleans A.B. Degree, Tulane; Dramatic Guild (is, 3, 4, 5, 6), Business Manager (4), Presi- dent (5) ; Glendy Burke (i, 2, 3, 4) ; YjiM. C. A. Cabinet (4, 5, 6), Vice-President (5) ; Scrub Football (2, 3, 4) ; Director Campus Night {4) ; Law Review Editorial Board (5). Henry C. Keith, Jr., K Sj . . .i . . . . New Orleans James H. Kepper, Jr., I ' B K A.B. Degree, Tulane, ' 33; Law Review. Ne v Orleans Paijic 86 UoLlecje oj J aw SENIOR CLASS S.AM A. I.I. IJi.Wf, JK., 1 . , ' I ' A ' !■ . Napiik ' diivilk-, l.a. I.aw Class I ' lLsiilcnt (2); Moot Cuiiil Huaril. Km.kikii K. Mi. , , i: , l A !■, 1 ■! New Orleans A. 15. PiKici ' , Iiilain-; Paii-Helleiiic Council; Law ClaiiS jPresident (3) ; Cooke- Johiisnn Sclinlarship ; Cnniparativc Law Editor (W Law Review. AHMM- L. Mui.IIKARN . Law Class Secretary- . Monroe, La. Treasurer (6) ; Law Rri ' icu: Editorial Hoard (5, 6). lii:rioR Ri:icii. nn-Z. MOR. ' Mii.iiKi:n B. Riskm.w A.B. Degree, Michigan, ' 32. Aguadilla, P. R. Opelousas, La. A.B. Degree, Washington University. Akm. mi V. R()(i.s, JK., , H T Shrevcport, La. l ' .i)W. Ri) II. SuiTHR, 1! H . l l , O A K i New Orleans Class President (i); Varsilv Tennis (2, 3, 4); Campus Niglu Chairman (5); j Y. M. C. A.;:T. V. R. K. |iAsir. P. T.wsEV . . . . .H. Degree, Newcomb Cfilege, ' 33; Laii Hoard of .Advisors (2, 3) ; Rcvieiu Businf is Manager; Moot Court Senior Moot C(furt Competition George Debating Prize; Newcomb ' arsity Debating. New Orleans I AMi-S A. A MooK, K . P, 1 A if . .U. Degree, Princeton; Ll Rcvirii;; Lav Student Body Secre ary. .M Kn l.(u isi: Wii.co.v, Xli ' A :; . 1 . .U. I5egree, Newcomb; Law Student iJody Vice-Pres, l.ditorial Board (5, ft); Cbrpus Juris Awjrd ( + ) ; Jamb; Newcomb Campus Niglu Cliairniaii (3) Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (z) Iraidc (2) Newcomb Pan-Helleinc Council . . . . Shreveport, La. resident; Student Council New Orlei dent (5) ; Lav: Revifv. ' I.AVA Representative (4) ; 5 lliiltahalnn lulitiuial Staff (2, 3, 4); ; Newcomb Tennis Championship (3) ; 5) ; Mandrtlin-Cuitar Club (2). MoKKis ' k[i:im, ' I ' r. K Eunice, La. . .li. lligric, I ' ulanc, ' 33; laxi- Ri ' ir i- Hook Review Editor. Vk Wk i FFF FF £ £ £ £s£ £ Uolle e of J aw UNDERGRADUATES Harold J. Aronson, ' 36, K N A.B. Degree, Tulani New Orleans OcTAvio AvERHOFF, ' 36 I Havana, Cuba GusTAVE B. Baldwin, Jr., ' 37, A K E i ' JAMBALAYA Business Staff (i). . New Orleans Charles C. Bass, Jr., ' 37, K A, $ !? New Orleans Hullabaloo Editorial Staff (i). Associate Editor (2); T. U. R. K. (2). Barnett Blitz, ' 37, K N 5 5 New Orleans Varsitv Basketball; " T " Club; Pan-Hellenic Council. T. Hale Boggs, ' 37, BGII ! New Orleans ! Hullabaloo Staff (2, 3, 4), News Editor(2), Associate Editor (3), Editor-in-Chief (4) ; Winner Theta Nu Cup (2) ; Winner Carnot Debate (i) ; Student Constitution Committee (3) ; Debating (i, 2, 3) ; Y. M. C. A. (i, 2, 3, 4) ; T. U. R. K. (3, 4) ; Pan-Hellenic Council; Oratorical and Debating Council (4) ; Dramatic Guild (i) ; . Glee Club (i). „ mm John W. Bosworth, ' 36, X B I), X AJj . . . Mill Creek, V, ' . Va. M.A. Degree, West Virginia University, ' 32; A.B. Degree, Davis and Elkins College, ' 29; Cours de Presence, University of Paris, ' 33. Lambert T. Bovd, Jr., 37, n K 5 . . ' J Backetball (i) ; Track (i, 2) John Bruno, Jr., ' 37, S n, $ Football (i, 3, 4). J. Taylor Caffery, ' 37, A K E, A A A , New Orleans Track (2) ; Cross Country (i, 4). Waveland, Miss. New Orleans Murray F. Cleveland, ' 36, A K E, B K, K A , A K, I , AAA. New Orleans A.B. Degree, Tulane, ' 34; Arts and Sciences Class President (3), Freshman Law Class (4); Glendv Burke (i, 2): Basketball (i, 2, 3, 4), Co-Captain (3); Track (i, 2, 3, 4), Co-Captain (4); Pan-Hellenic Council (3, 4); T. U. R. K.; La w Re-view; " T " Club President; Thirteen Club. James M. Colomb, Jr., ' 36 ' New Orleans A.B. Degree, Tulane, ' 34; Law R. ' vic ' W. J William J. Craig, Jr., ' 36, 2 X, A l. . . . . . . . Bowling Green, Ky. Moot Court Board of Advisors. Angelo M. D ' Ancelo, ' 37, AAA Alexandria, La. International Relations Club (2, 3, 4), Secretary (4); Glendy Burke (3, 4), Historian (4). Page ( ollecje Of J aw UNDERGRADUATES V. i,ti:k Davis, Jr., ' 37, Z li T New Orleans Moisi; W. Di: m:r , ' 37, Z 1! T, A A A . ! . New Orleans i;:ivki-tli;ill Manager (3); I liillahahin Staff (1, 2), Sports Editor (3, 4); Dramatic (JuiUl (1,2), ' ic-e-Pri-siiliiit (3,+); " T " Cliili; Pan-Hellenic Cnuiicil (4). j. Mi:s II. Drurv, ' 36, :; N Moot Court Hoard. CiiARi.F.s DtiC WniiR, Jr., ' 37, ATA Joi; H. Duv.m., ' 36, A e, -I- A ■!■ Tennis Squad (i). Fredrrick I. DvMOKD, ' 37, S X . . . . Law Class Vice-President (i) Y Ernest E. Edmundsov, Jr., . ' 37, A K E, A A A I Blue K :y. Ernest H. Estes. Jr., ' 37, ' I K 2 New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans Crowley, La. New Orleans Edward Eustis, ' 37, K A, A A A . . . . • 1 . . . . New Orleans Thirteen Cluli; - ' T " Club; Pan-Hellenic Council (3, 4); Boxing (2); Basketball (i) ; T. ( " . R. K. EnwARn J. Gav, Jr., ' 36 ( .B. Degree ; .flii ' Rf-vii-it:. Wiii.iAM .A. Gki;i; , Jr., ' 3S, IT K A Cum inn Ci- Glee Club. CiiARr.rs B. IIamii 1, HI, ' 37, K i:, . A A . New Orleans New Orleans Picavune, Miss. liilernatioiia! Relations Clul) President (4) ; Glendy l urke; ' . M. C. A. Cabinet; , Pan-HellcnicSCouncil. Ikvinc HARni:si . Jr., ' 37, A T 1}, I ' •! . . | ' . . . . New Orleans r. 1 . R. K. (3, 4), Secretar. (3), Vice-Pr|sident 14 ; Dramatic Guild (4); Glee Chill (1, 2, 3, 4); Campus Night Chairman (3); Class ' ice-President (4); White Elephants; Constitution Rcvisenient Committee 2) ; tilendy Hurke (3) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (2, jj ; Tennis z, 3). Jack C. Haroing, ' 37, ATA B.S. Degree, Tulanc, ' 34; White Elephants. I ' a;,,- Sq New Orleans r ,i_ i r l i mk y r y A. , y Uolle e of J aw UNDERGRADUATES V arsit v_ Bern " hardt C. Heebr, ' 37, AS . Harrv Herman, ' 36 dy Burke; Moot Court Competition. i I Jack E. Hurley, ' 36, A K E, A . .1! J . . . B.S. Degree, Texas A.., M., ' 32; LazO„Rcvieiv. New Orleans Gordon B. Hyde, ' 37, K 2 ( • New Orleans Head Cheer Leader (2, 3) ; Assistant (t) ; " T " Club; T. V. R. K. RayiMOXD H. Kierr, ' 36, 2 A M . . . .F II New Orleans A B. Degree, Tulane; Jambai.aya Representative (r) ; Class Treasurer (2, 3) ; Inter- national Relations Club {2, 3, 4, 5), Treasurer {2), jPresident (3. 4); Glendy Burke Historian (2) : Oratorical and Debating Council (|, 4) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (3, 4) ; T. U. R. K. (3) ; Arts and Sciences Student Body Secretary (4) ; Moot Court Board (5) ; Junior Law Class President (5). William J. Kuhnell, ' 37, K 2 ! New Orleans International Relations Cluh; Glee Club. L. T. Kuhner, ' 36, K 2, -I- , A A A, A K J Ne y Orleans B.B.. ' . Degree, Tulane; Pan-Hellenic Council (2, 3, 4,35, 6), Sscretary (4, 5, 6); T. U. R. K. (4, 5, 6), ;President (5); Track (i); Law Student Body Secretary- Treasurer (5), Vice-President (3); White Elephants; Accountants ' Club; Glendy Burke (i, 2); Varsity Track (2, 3). Robert D. Loitinger, ' 36, 2 $ E, i $ Houma, La. Law Student Body Vice-President (5) ; ts and Sciences Jambalay.a Representative (4); Track (i), Varsity (2), Manafeer {5); Pan-Hellenic Council (4, 5). New Orleans Manager (3) ; Freshman New Orleans Louis A. Mahoney, ' 37 Glee Club (i, 2, 3, 4), Business Mana ISADORE MaRCHIZ, ' 36, K Michel A. Maroun, ' 37 r (4) ; Footba! Law Class Secretary-Treasurer N . . . . A.B. Degree, Tulane, Shreveport, La. Varsity Boxing (3, 4); " T " Club; Chess and Checkers Cluh; Y. M. C. A. 1 Charles D. Marshall, ' 37, A T n, A A 1 Ij New Orleans Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; International Relations Club; Dramatic Guild; Glendy Burke. Fontaine Martin, Jr., ' 36, A T Q, A I ' , I B K . . ! . . Bay St. Louis, Miss. A.B. Degree, Tulane; ffunior Law Class Secretray-Treasurer ; Thirteen Club; Jambalaya Staff (2, 3) I Law Rcviciv; Glendy Burke, (2, 3); Fortier Memorial Prizi (2) ; Terriberrv Classical Prize (3). Hugh McCloskey, ' 37, ARE..,. " ... New Orleans Basketball (i), ' arsitv (3); Uu ' .tahaioo Assistant Sports Editor (i). Bern. rd D. Mintz, ' 37, S A JI, A A A New Orleans " T " Club Treasurer; Varsity Football (3, 4) ; Track (2, 3) ; Pan-Hellenic Council; Arts and Sciences Junior Class Secretary-Treasurer (3). Page QO ( olleqn of J aw UNDERGRADUATES John a. O ' Connor, Jr., ' 36, T A. !■ A ' I ' , !• ii K, A A A, •!• ' !■ New Orleans A.H. Decree, Tiilaiii-, ' 34; Pnii-l lullei iL r.Mirl Hoard; " T " Club; ? ?!!: Spectator! C. McA ' ka Oi.ivi-r, ' 37, 1; (I II, A A A . Tennis Manager III T NK I ' lKRSON, ' 37, ' I ' A 6J. AsilTON I ' liKi.i ' s, ' 37, A T A, A A A ri;i kcrliall (I, 2, 3); Tent is (1, 2, 3, 4); Ihdlahatoo Staff (3) ; Gl r.inVARi) H. PoiTKVKNr, ' 37, A ndy Burke (i, jl (3 , 4); White Elephants; Moot h 3. 4)1 Captain (4) ; Monroe, La. 3) ; " T " Club. Spectators Club ) ; T. U. R. K. Li:oN . Pradkl, ' 37 . . . InterrKUiniial Relalinns C . . . . FootbSill. Natchitoches, La. New Orleans (3, 4); Thirteen Club; V. M. C. A. Cabinet. Mandeville, La. New Orleans IvKim M. Pmjurn, ' 36 lib; Oratorical and Debating Council; Glendy Hurke. Ruston, La. Law Ri view. S. MUKI. L ROSKNBERG, ' 37, i: A .M G. W.VRREN SANCHI-Z, ' 36, JAMBAI.AYA Busin e X New Orleans Live Oak, Fla. ss Staff (2), A isociate Business Manager (2). nioi.iMi J. SciHi. i;, Jr., Vi, A T I}, A 4 ' J . . . . New Orleans C;lee Club (i, 2); CJolfTeam (2, 3, 4), Ciptai.i (4); ' t. V. R K. (5 r,). I ' " i) ARn 1 ' ' . SiAvss, Jr., ' 37, K A . . . .1 . . W ' hiii- I ' lepli.nits .Mdisi; S. Stkkg, Jr., ' 37, i: f M 1 reshnian Forensic Couiici Debate Team (2, 3); Glei|(l Club (I, 2, 3), Secretary; Gkorcti; D. Ti:ssii:r_. ' 37, ' I ' Secretary (i) y Burke (1,2, ratorical and ( O, A A A ; Winner Can 3), Speaker (3I )eb.iting Couiici Ireshnian Law Class l ' resi( ent ; Football (j), ' arsity (2, I ' lephants; Ituiliihaloo I usiness Staff; Pan-Hellenic Cot Oils B. iRi-fAcMKR, ' 37, AT A, .V . A LavvlStudeni Hmly Stcreiarv- ' I ' reasurjt ' r. t New Orleans New Orleans )t O.bate (2) ; X ' arsity ; International Relations Chairman ( 3) ; I ' ennis New Orleans 4) ; Boxing (2) ; White cil (3,4); " T " Club. New Orleans OswAin W. VioscA, ' 3 , i " ft, K K ! ' . , I . . . . New Orleans . kiih R J. Wakchikr, Jr., ' 3f., l ' K , -I- A + New Orleans .A.M. Pegree; I ' an-I Icllenic Council; .(! :;■ Uii ' u- v. k At.viN N. Zandkr, ' 36, 1 . M I ' lKJl- Ql New Orleans r CLASS OFFICERS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Senior Class William B. Settoon President Arthur F. Landry Vice-President Daniel P. Mabel Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class John R. Riley, Jr President Clifford G. Webb Vice-President Hermann C. Michaelis Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Class Louis R. Otto, Jr President Adair L. Cox Vice-President Perry R. Roehm Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class Royal R. Bastian, Jr President Lewis E. Hooper Vice-President Woodward B. Logan Secretary-Treasurer Settoon, Riley, Otto, Bastian ' IfeHrflA PRESENTI.NG c o L ' o nciineetLiii 1 ' J -1 (yollecje of Omjineerincf SENIOR CLASS Thomas E. Alexander, Jr., 2 1 A New Orleans ro li. EnqjTii-enng A. S. M. E. Pali. L. Akderson " | New Orleans M. t? E. Engineering John ' T. Barrow, A M. £? E. Engineering Class Vice-President ( i),?President (2, 3) Y. M. C. A. A. S. M. E. (3, t). President Rodney R. Bartchy New Orleans Sf :retarv (2), President (3) ; (4)- Chemical Engineering New Orleans New Orleans C. JULLAN B.iRTLETT, A H E, $ ■! . . i| Chemical Engineering Engineering Student Body President (+) ;IStudent Council Vice-President (4) ; Class Vice-President 3) ; Thirteen Club; Track Team (i) ; Glee Club (i, 2, 3, +), Presi- dent (4); Freshman-Sophomore Football (i, 2); Pan- Hellenic Council (3, 4). Ernest V ' . Beck, Jr., AX i; . Chemical Engineering Varsify Basketball (2,3), Co-Captain " (3, 4). H. Ellioit Bredow P. E. Briley, Jr. Archi ecture Architecti al Society. A rchaecture Architectural Societ_v. John A. Buchanan, K JQ . M. S E. Engineering A. S. M. E. John G. Carter, n K A, Edward O. Cooper, 2 M. Ci E. Engineering Pan-Hellenic Council. M. S E. Engineering WHA.I.Wi p. CULLEN, 2 A . . . . Ci-vil Eiiginecring Studeil: Body Secretary; Baseball; " T " Club. Ralph H. Delaune, A X 2 ' .ngmeering 2). James B. E.vion, Jr M. if E. Engineering . Metairie, La. New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans Ne w Orleans New OrieaTis New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans Page gj. iyoiUfje Of 0)i(j ' uieenncj SENIOR CLASS Ckoroe R. FisiiKR New Orleans Architectural Society. C ' liAKl.KS II. Ciui;i.i., A X i; I New Orleaii!. ( ' .Ill mil III i.ili hiiirinii Class Secrctarv-Treasurer (z) ; Alpha C ' lii Sigma ( vip (i), Scholarship Award (3); V. M. C. A. (3, 4). ,1 I Edgar J. Haas, Jr., :i: I A [.... New Orleans M. o E. Enyinicriny M. o t.. Lnui I I.ESi.iR R. Hebert, 2 I E, A K M. Gf E. Enyincering Paia, Maui, T. H. ( " lass President (2, 3) ; " T W ' aiik II. Uoii.viA " , Jr. Club; Varsity Basketball (3, 4); Varsity Track (3, 4) Co-Captain (4). C if mil III Enijineeriiiij Charles J. Houlgrave, 2 " t A M. " E. Eiigiuirrinij Boxiilg. George Janvier, Jr., . T Q Civil Enginrering Thirteen Club; A. S. C. £. {3, 4) . ' Vrtjilr F. LA l)K , i; X, . . i: . . . .1 . . . . Chemical Engiiiiering Class ' ice-Pre!.ident (4). W. l.r(i n I.kBoeuf, 2 I A ' . . . . Lewis A. Laljii , A i; RaouI. LlVAl ' DAlS, A K E M. it E. Engituiring A. S. I . E. .liiliiliCluri- . rchlteitural Societv. New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans Ne v Orleans New Orleans New Orlea . . New Orleans .Iriliilictuii- .Xrililteclural Societv President (4), ' iee-Fresident (3) ; T. V. R. K. : C ' largovle. RoHKRr 1.. I.OIUIEM, New Orleans .Irr iiti-etiirr Architectur.-il Societv. Ham El P. Made., 1- .| . A . . . . . . . . . . . . Stone Mountain. Ca. Class Secrelary-Treasui ' lt (4) ; Football (i). L N S. McW.VEERS Brookhavcn. Miss. Chemical Engineering Page g; WWVk £ i: t£ ' ■ y " %y J%AAJ Uollet e of OrK ineerLyKj SENIOR CLASS Dennis C. Meyer, 2$A New Orleans Aero. Club (i, 2) A. S. M. E. (+, 5) ; Wrestling (i). John J. Mora George H. Peters Waldo S. Powell, Jr., 2_ A Civil Ehgineering A. S. (J E. President (||-) ; Dramatic Guild (4). New Orleans New Orleans Lakeland, Fla. George A. Ray Joseph F. Roth, Jr., A ' W Henry J. Seither, Jr. M. L. A. S Q rigijieermg M. E. Arcliiteclure i lite Elephants; Architectural Society. New Orleans New Orleans M. S " E. Engineering WiLLLAM B. Settoon, 2 $ A Civil Engineering New Orleans New Orleans Clais President (4) ■! A. S. C. E. Secktary Cecil M. Shilstone, 2 X, ' t . . . Chemical Engineering New Orleans White Elephants; Class President (2), Vice-President (i); T. U. R. K. (4); Pan- Hellenic Council (4). Leonard R. Swinney Civil Engineering Glee Club (2); ' A. S. C. E. (4 I. Baton Rouge, La. Charles B. TuoRh N, Jr., ATA, AX2.II J Chemical Engineering t New Orleans Student Body Vice-President " ' ( 4) ; Varsity Track (. ' ), Varsity (2, 3, 4); Basketball (i, 2, 3 ?j Thirteen Clu ;- T " Club. J. H. Trepagnier, ATO New Orleans Chemical Engineering Page e)6 UoiLecje oj Lymjlneenncj JUNIOR CLASS Wu.BKKl L. Arcus, i; ' I ' New Orleans C.ivti I ' .iujtiutriiKj A. S. C. !•:.; Paii-lk-ilcMiic Council (2, 3). Idw AKM W. Bi.osSM.w, K - CovinRton, La. Civil r.iiijini iiiuij tf ' A. S. C. E. 1,. WwMON Uranch f . New Orlcan M. if ; ' . luii iiiiiiiiii Ai (H ' sr _|. Kkodtmann, Jr., A X 2 New Orleans Clirmicnl Uni inii-riiuj V. M. C. . ., Alplia Clii Siyma Siiiiilar hip Award (3). Al.VlN S. Caplan, :; a .M New (Orleans M. is E. Krujiiiierintj Jambalava Representative (3) ; Band (3) ; Glee Club (3). Ui;n T. Dean | J! ■ • Brookhaven, Miss. 5 Cliimicat EnyineiriiKj JdllV A.. DiODENE . . . |[ M. o E. Eniiiiiiirin j W ' Ai.no A. Erickso M. cJ E. Enyinicrintj Vnw.if R. Farnsworth, K A Arcliilecture White Elephants; Architectural Sociffly. IIiXTOR G. Fernanuez, ATA I . . . . New Orlean M. a E. Enr iniiritir J ' ii,ii M J. IlARTSON, 2: A E ,;.... New Orleans M. £r E. Ertijinrering Cl ' ass President (i); Football (i) Frfi) F. Hebert, i: J E Chfmicat Enyiiu iiinij Tennis (i). Gretna, La. New Orleans New Orleans A.suREW E. Hoover Paia, Maui, T. H. .Ircliiterturr Architectural Society. Robert H. James, U 6 n M. if E. Engineering Treasurer. New Orleans New Orleans . . . . New Orleans . . . New Orleans A. S. M. E. FnwARn J. McNamara . .1 Thibodanx, La. Civil Eiii imeriiig i I ' ooihall (i); Cross CouTitrv (i, 2); International Relations Club (3); A. S. C. E. (3). John E. Monroe, Jr ChiniK at Eni inreriny Waioemak S. Nelson M. if E. Enyinifriuy A. S. M. E. Vicc-Chainnaii; V. M. C. . . (3) Ci.ii-ioN R. Newmn, il ' K 2 .].... New Orlean I M. if E. Engineering Aero Club (2) ; A. S. M. E. (z) I ' RANK L RePass, Jr., K 1 i . . . . New Orleans M. if E. Eai ineeriny Glee Club (1,2); .-V. S. M. E. (2, 3) ; Jambalava Representative (2). JosEiMi S. Revnauo . . .1 New Orleans M. if E. Enyinerriny JOHN R. Kn EV, Jr., U H H Crowley, La. Che mil al Enijineeriiiy I Class President (3). R. C. Piii ' E SciiOENBEROKR, i) . K, ' l 1 .... New Orleans M. if E. Enr iiieeriiiy W ' Ai.iiR W. I ' di.i.EV, i; ! ' A New Orleans M. if A.. Eili iiteeriny I .Vii.EN 1 ' . Ti RiMN, Jr., K 1 ' . Bastrop, La. .Ircliileelure At«hilectural Society (%y Ci.irroRo G. ' EnR, fl K !• . . . New Orleans Civil Eitirini eriiti Class ' ice-Presidenl (3); Football (1); Y. M. C. . . Cabinet; Paii-Uellenic Council James A. Wriciee, Jr., •!■ K i) . , . . New Orleans Civil Engineering Page p W Wk ri j_ i d d £si £ y V AAJ J ( ollecje of OncjlmenYicj SOPHOMORE CLASS David J. Blakeslev, Jr., 2 A Franklin, La. M. " E. Engineering HOBART W. Blakeslee, $ K 2 New Orleans M. a E. Engineering A. S. M. E. (2) ; Y. M. C. A. a William H. Bohne, 4 K 2 . . . . . . . . ■ • New Orleans Civil Engineerint d Lester I. Boone, n K Monticello, Miss. M. Gf E. Engineering John M. Bopp ■ • Bay St. Louis, Miss. M. E. Engineering A. S. M. E. (2). Hamilton J. Boudreaux, Jr ■ ■ • M. " E. Engineering A. S. M. E. (2) ; Aero Club {I). Lionel J. Bougeois, Jr, Walter C. Bowman . Joseph M. Brocato Leo E. Broders , Civil Engineering Architecture Architectural Society. Architecture Architectural Society (2). Morgan City, La. . . New Orleans Grand Bayou, La. Chemical Engineering Jambalaya Representative. Arthur H. Brook, n K A M. Gf E. Engineering Barremore B. Brown, A T n Chemical Engineering Y. M. C. A. (2). Harwood L Brown, 2 A M. E. Engineering William E. Butler, Jr., 2 I E . . iM. E. Engineering A. S. M. E. (2). . Wisner, La. New Orleans . Bastrop, La. New Orleans John W. Carnahan : • .■ • M. S " E. Engineering Eugene J. Cazenave, Jr ■ New Orleans . . New Orleans New Hope, Ala. New Orleans Godfrey T. Coate . . . Walter S. Collins, ATA M. E. Engineering M. Cf E. Engineering Chemical Engineering White Elephants. Sweetwater, Tex. . . New Orleans Columbus, Miss. John J. DeMajo Adair L. Cox, K 2 ■ ; ■ M. E. Engineering ' 1 Class Vice-President (2); A. S. M. E. ; Jambalaya Representative (i). New Orleans M. S? E. Engineering William C. DiNvviDDiE ; • .• M. E. Engineering ToHN K. Dixon, 2 A ■. ■ ,■ Chemical Engineering Thomas C. Earl, A T fi Henry C. Eustis, a T Harold F. Favret . John M. Gabriel . M. Gf E. Engineering Thirteen Club. Architecture Architectural Society (2 New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans X Civil Engineering i New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans Architecture Architectural Society (2). Vernon P. Grundmann, 2 A New Orleans Chemical Engineering Pan-Hellenic Council (2). Page (t8 Cyolmfc. Of Omfineerbicf SOPHOMORE CLASS Martin M. C}ikii,i:k, II _ Ncu- Orleans Ciiil Eiiiiinrering A. S. " C. E. VVVW4 AKfiiiR I.. Jim:, Jr., K i; . New Orleans T B t. tvfliiirrnnff " White ElepliaiHs. Fhri). I.. I. Rri:, Jr., . T ; C . New Orleans Chiinti III I ' .iKiiiiririiiij Mairick J. l.ASKK , JR New Orleans M. if ; ' . liiuiiiiriiiiuj I ' lMBROKK O. Lkacii, A T Si Chattanooga, Tenn. Clinniial Hiiiiiiicciiiuj 1 Pan-Hellenic Council (2). I Rnni-Rr I ' . Lockf.tt, Jr., K A New Orleans M. iS E. Enijinrcring T. U. R. K. (2) ; Crnss-Cnuntry (2) ; Track (i). Martis W. McDonough, Jr New Orleans M. ' 3 E. Enyinccring NoR.viAN C. D. Mrluk, ' I ' K i; ' . . . . New Orleans .Ircliileclurr Grorce . Mod . . . IHAViTT L. Morris . . JOilN E. MORKHISER, JR. Architectural Society (2); T. U. R. K. {2). Chemical Engineering M. if E. Engineering M. E. Engineering A. S. M. E. New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans . Lutcher, La. FKRfJlE A. NOBII.E, IS !• A [ .Irc iileelure Architectural Society (2). Paul E. Odemjaiii., Jr .... New Orleans -Irc iileclun Architectural Society (2) ; Track ( ). Louis R. Otto, Jr., 2 ' I E New Orleans M. it E. Engineering A. S. M. E.; Band (i, 2); Class Secretary-Treasurer (i). President (2). Ai.BERi- 15. Patersox, Jr., I A 9 New Orleans M. if E. Enr inrerin White Elephants (ij. Georce C. Perry, ATA Grenada, Miss. jl Chemical Engineering [White Elephants; Boxing (i). Mii.TOK E. Pick ... .1 New Orleans ' M. if E. Engineering Fui.CRAN F. Randos, Jr., 2 I A New Orleans Chemical Engineering |Band Property Manager (2). lli:sR R. RiciiMOM), Jr., I K :S New Orleans M. if ' E. Eiii ineering A. S. M. E. ; Aero Chib. Joseph S. Rhiroa M. if E. Engineering Track (i); Cross-Country (2). L.wvRiMi: I " . RdiiiNS M. if E. Engineering Pi:rr R. Roemm . . . i, W-iv Orleans I M. if E. Engineering Class Secretary-Treasurer (2) ; . . S. M. E. M. II RR L. Sanders, Jr., K . Memphis. Tenn. .Irchileclure . rchitectural Society; lliillahalnn StafF. lliNK B. SiiKi-ARo New Orleans Cii ' il Enqineerinii C1.TSS President (1); V. ' M. C. A. Cabinet (2). EmvARO J. Wei.si-ii, Jr.. K 1 . . N ' atchiioches, La. Ci ' vii Ktigiuccnng A. S.C. E. W. Horace Wii 1 iams. Jr.. •! A B Xew Orleans Civil Engineering jAMBAi.AvA Business Staff (2), Business Manager (2). Page gg Bluetields, Nic. New Orleans i iM l i i " WPvl l ' ' l i ollecje of C rKjlyieeYLncj FRESHMAN CLASS Clifford Atkinson, Jr., A K E New Orleans M. E. Engineering Royal R. Bastian, Jr., A K E New Orleans Chemical Engineering Class President; T. U. R. K. ; Thirteen Club. Philip A. Becnel, Jr New Orleans M. Gf E. Engineering Herman Blum, Jr New Orleans M. Cj E. Engineering Laurence H. Bohne, K 2 . John M. Bruce . . Gerard P. Caruso . M. E. Engineering M. G? E. Engineering Civil Engineering . New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans Lionel L. Cazenavette, Jr .J New- Orleans M. E.;.Engineering Charles H. Conner Norval F. Elliot . N ' iLLiAM C. Ellis, A T fi . Chemical Engineering ■ ■ Glee Club. M. E. Engineering M. Cj E. Engineering White Elephants. Gabriel G. Auricles y Falcon Jacques L. Fortier, A 9 J. Louis Fredrick . . . Clarence M. Guidrv Chemical Engineering M. E. Engineering M. E.iEngineering Architecture Architectural Society. LuciEN M. Haase Architecture Architectural Soc iety. John E. Hall, Jr. M. E. Engineering George P. Hinds, Jr., I K - Chemical Engineering L. Eugene Hooper, ATA C! ' il Engineering White Elephants; Class Vice-President. William O. Hudson, II, I A 8 Chanical Engineering William S. Huey, A T V. Civil Engineering Thirteen Club. . Harahan, La. . New Orleans . New Orleans Havana, Cuba . New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans Donald E. Jahncke, K A M. E. L. Earl Kees f ngincering M. Gf E. Engineering . . New Orleans Brookhaven, Miss. Val E. Kissgen . . . ' New Orleans Civil Engineering William F .Levert, Jr Shreveport, La. M: 6? E. Engineering Woodward B. Logan New Orleans Architecture Warren A. Mackie, K M. E. Engineering •% - iy . St. Francisville, La. Page loo Ljollecje of Oncfineerbicj FRESHMAN CLASS NdRBl-KI W. M.AfKKI., ' I ' K i; M. o li. liiKjiiiii-riiii J. MB. l.. A Repifsciitative. . New Orleans 1Iknk C. Marjin, |k., ■! K - New Orleans ( ' .III ' mil III iiiiyiiiiiiiiiij |(]||N I). McKknn: Piluttown, I.a. Cliiinu III liiiy ' itiirniKj August L. Mu.i.kr New Orleans " Cii ' il I ' lii itiii riitij JusEPii R. Moo ■|■: , i; ' I ' A New Orleans M. o ; ' . Enginii ' riny (;ri:kr Mookk, - !■ E . . » New Orleans M. if E. Enguiiirinii W ' ARRtiS- C;. Moses, Z B T New Orleans Civil Enijiiiiiriii Cabe J. Moui.EUDUx, Jr., i; A E New Orleans Civil Enyiniirin j I White Elephants. I ' RASK Osterman, li 6 II t Wii.i.iAM M. Payne . . . | Walter P. RAARLip, Jr. . Ja.vies E. Rabalais, i; I ' A . Paul K. Rand, 1r., K M. H E. Enyiiiicriny Clicmiial Enyinei ' i ' iny Chi ' mil ill Enytiii ' i ' tiny Laurel, Miss. New Orleans New Orleans . Bunkie, La. Archiiicliire .Architectural Snciety. .Irchilicluii- Architectural Society. . Alexandria, La. Charles O. Rogers New Orleans M. if E. Enyiiiiirlny J. Robert Rombacii, Jr. . , New Orleans I M. o E. Enyinierlny Y. M. C. A.; Glee Club. Gavle SciiNEiDAu, Jr.. !• O New Orleans M. if E. Enyiiurriuy r.invARn II. Seiler, Jr New Orleans M. i? E. Enyinii ' iiiiy Hugh V. SMrni, ' h A H 1 . . . Covint;tiin, La. Civil Enyiiiii riny I imis J. SoNLVT . . . .1 ! j. . . . New Orleans Af. ii° E. Enyiniiriny I ILLL M I-. SiANHKi;, J R. ' . . . . New Orleans I M. if E. Enyiiiii-riny r.MMANUEi. J. SrANTON ' , A JT 12 New Orleans j C inniiiil Enyiiiiiriiiy CARf. F. STOCK. n; ER, Jr., B o II New Orleans ■I Civil Eiii i ii iiiiii I Basketball. Horace . ' V. TnoMi ' sov, Jr. II K A New Orleans Clirmical Enyiitiiriiiy John J. I ' lEDEMAW M. if E. Enyiiiiiriiii) John I " . ' oi;r, Jr., i; •!■ a .V. o E. Eilyiiii iiiny Iruin r. WnniG New Orleans M. if E. Enyiniiriny (. 1IES1ER O. ' eh.baeciier, i; .V K jsjew Orleans M. if E. Enyinifriny I ' at t- lol . New Orleans . New Orleans Mimi CLASS OFFICERS COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Senior Class Allan Little, Jr President Lawrence L. Zarrilli Vice-President Spencer J. Lallande Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class Howard K. Smith, Jr President Jacob D. Guice Vice-President Willl m C. Petersen Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Class Hughes Schneidau President John C. Thorn Vice-President W. Waller Young, Jr Secretary-Treasurer FreshaL ' n Class Carl F. Goll President Charles Janvier Vice-President J. Daniel Brock Secretary-Treasurer Little, Smith, Schneidau PRESENT I N G COLL L O F t .( iUui - cicnce £ £)i i £ M l i r Uolle e of Ofrh ana o CLe)7ces SENIOR CLASS Robert N. Avlin, A 6, N New Orleans International Relations Club (3) ; Hulla baloo Staff (3, 4) ; Jambalava Staff (2, 3) ; Glee Club (i, 2, 3, +), Publicity Manager (3), President (4) ; Dramatic Guild (3, 4), Business Manager (3); Band (i, 2, 3, 4). Sam H. Ballard | Bay St. Louis, Miss. Hardee Bethea, A K E, N 2 N New Orleans Jambalaya Staff (2, 3); Glendy Burke (i). I I T. Hale Boggs, B 6 n, A K, , A A A, 8 N New Orleans Hullabaloo Staff (2, 3, 4), News Editor (2), Associate Editor (3), Editor-in-Chief (4) ; Winner Tlieta Nu Cup (a) ; Winner Carnot Debate (i) ; Student Constitution Committee (3) ; Debating (i, 2, 3) ; Y. M. C. A. (i, 2, 3, 4) ; T. U. R. K. (3, 4) ; Pan-Hellenic Council; Oratorical and Debating Council (4) ; Dramatic Guild (i); Glee Club (i). Morgan Blum New Orleans Glendy Burke (i, 2) ; International Relations Club (i) ; Spectators Club (3, 4). Nell L. Carso.v Dramatic Guild (4). Augustus H. Clark, JR-, Ben, New Orleans Macon, Ga. Football (r, 2, 3, 4) ; Basketball (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Track (4). L0U13 E. Cohen, 2 A M Tennis (i, 2). New Orleans Kendall H. Cram, B 9 n, A A A " . . . . Nashville, Tenn. Student Body President (4) ; Student Council (4) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (4) ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (4) ; " T " Club; Basketball (2, 3, 4), Alternate Captain (4) ; Tennis (2, 3, 4), Captain (4). Willlam J. Curry, Jr., 2 E, . . ' ' ■■ . . . . Waveland, Miss. Pan-Hellenit Council (2, 3, 4) ; International Relations Club (4). I i I Angelo M. D ' Angelo, AAA Alexandria, La. International Relations Club (2, 3, 4), Secretary (4) ; Glendv Burke (3, 4), Historian (4). MoisE W. Dennery, Z B T, a A A . New Orleans Basketball Manager (3) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (4) ; " T " Club; Dramatic Guild (i, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3, 4) ; Hullabaloo Staff (i, 2, 3, 4), Sports Editor (3, 4). Walter H. Dustmann, Jr., e X . . .1 J . . •. . . New Orleans Y. M. C. A. (i, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Triangle Club President (21 ; Freshman " Y " ; " Y " Light Editor (3, 4); Hand Book Editor (4); Hullabaloo Staff (3, 4); Football (i); Boxing (i, 3, 4). j F( K A. Charles F. Gay, K A . j Plaquemine, La. Track Manager (3) ; White Elephants. Benjamin Gurland . Bayonne, N. J. Track Team. Julian B. H.abans, K 2, A A A New Orleans Paffe 104. Collefje of Ofr s rn () Sciences IiioMAs F. IlAi.i,, Jr., li M SENIOR CLASS Football; Haskctball. New Orleans CiiARiis H. llAMiir, III, K i:, A A A . .1 . Picayiinc, Miss. InlcriKUiuiKiI Rtlatidiis Club I ' rcsiileiit (4) ; Gleruly Hiirke (4) ; . M. C. A. Cabinet (4); Debating (1); Pan-Hcllcnir Council. iRvivr; Harokstv, Jr., A T {. ' , 1 ' I ' . . . . I j . . . . New Orleans White Elephants; Class Vice-President (4) ;;; Constitution Revisement Committee (2) ; (rienilv Hurke (3); Campus Nitc Chairman (3); Varsin Tennis (2, 3); Pan- llellenu- Council (2); Dramatic Cniild (4); Glee Club (r, 2, 3, 4); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (2, 3, 4) ; T. U. R. K. (3, 4) Secretary (3), Vice-President (4). I 1 1). Marvin- Harvard, Jr., A T .i, ■! ' I , IJ M ... Hammond, La. Thirteen Club; Dramatic Guild Stage Manager (4). I.OEi. R. IlASPEi I 1 5 . . . . Ne v Orleans Tennis (i), Varsity (2, 3, 4), Alternate Captain (4) ; Glendy Burke (i, 2, 3). RERSiiARnT C. Hkfbe, as J i Gretna, La OiAi.MERS Herman, i; E, O N New Orleans l!)ebaling (i); Glendy Burke (i, 2); Band {3, 4); Dramatic Guild (3, 4); Inter- national Relations Club (3, 4). 1 Minna B. Hopkins, IT B t I Architectural Society (i, 2) ; Dramatic Guild (4). New Orleans Gl.Anvs E. HUEV, A O IT . P f . . . . New Orleans V. jW. C. A. (i, 2) Tennis (i, 2). Robert C. Kki.i.eiier, ip A 9, I X New Orleans ' hite Elephants; Glee Club (2, 3, 4), Secretary-Treasurer (4) ; Baseball (3). Benjamin C. King, A K E, A A A . . .| | . . . New Iberia, La. Southwestern Louisiana Institute (i) ; Tennis; Chess and Checkers Club; . M. C. A. Cabinet (4); Ping Pong Club; Iijternational Rela.tions Club (4). loSEPll Kl.ElNKEI.nT New Orleans Che: 1 and Checkers Club (i, 2, 3, 4). Ei.mer !•;. W. Kr. , iir, -I ' I ' i; 1 . . . . New Orleans J I Spencf:r j. I.Aii anoe, K i;, . . . .1 . . . . New Orleans JAMRAIA A Representative (i); Class Secretary-Treasurer (4). New Orleans James J. I.aN.vsa, i; •!• E, K K ! ' Band (i, 2, 3, 4), Assistant Manager (3) J Triangle Club (i, 2); Glee Club (4); Basketball ; Touch Football. Uenr j. LeBi.anc Napolconville, La. Paiie 10$ kl k kl F¥J J f AJ%AAAJ Uollegp. of Gfrls ano Sciences SENIOR CLASS Allan- Little, Jr., A 9, A X ::, A A A O A K, B JI, 9 X, . Gadsden, Ala. Football (i) ; Cross Country (i) ; Track (i) ; Spectators Cluh (3, +) ; T. U. R. K. (4) ; President of Junior Class Arts and Sciences (3) ; President of Seniors Class Arts and Sciences (4) ; Jambalava Staff { . 4), Associate Editor (3), Editor-in-Chief (4); Pan-Hellenic Council (4); German Prize (i). ! New Orleans Charles D. Marshall A T V.. A A A New Orleans Glendv Burke; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (4); International Relations Club (4); Dramatic Guild (4). ARDES- M. Martin-, A T fi Glee Club (4). Pall W. McIlhennv, K A Football (2, 3, 4). Bernard D. Mintz. 1 A M. A A A Lakeland, Fla. New Orleans New- Orleans Pan-Hellenic Council (4) ; " T " Club; Varsity Football (3, 4) ; Track (2, 3) ; Class Secretary (3). I William H. Moorhead, $ A 9, X 2 X Frances H. Musser, K K T. 9 X Herman Neugass Goldville, S. C. New Orleans New Orleans Jambalaya Representative (3, 4) ; Track (i), Varsity (2, 3, 4), Captain (4) ; " T " Club; Hullabaloo Circulation Manager (4). C. McVea Oliver, B 9 n, A A A . . j | Monroe, La. Tennis Manager (3) ; " T " Club. Richard M. Page, A T O . New Orleans Football (i), Varsity (2, 3, 4); Basketball (i), Varsity (2, 3, 4); Track Varsity; Thirteen Club; Spectators Club (4). . ' isHTON Phelps. A T A, A A A . . i | New Orleans Basketball (i, 2, 3); Tennis (2, 3, 4)1; Spectators Club (3 4); Thirteen Club; Hullabaloo StafiF (3) ; Glendy Burke (i: 2); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (4) ; T. U. R. K. (4); Pan-Hellenic Council (4). Edward B. Poitevent, K A F( Jtball. Mandeville, La. Winter Haven, Fla. D0N. LD R Porter, 2 X J , B M . Boxing (i), Varsitv (2, 3, . I Leon A. Pradel New Orleans Glendy Burke; International Relations Club (4); Oratorical and Debating Council Edwin J. Putzell, Jr., A 2 , A A A, New Orleans Spectators Club (3, 4) ; Jambal.aya Staff (4) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (2, 3, 4) ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3, 4), Treasurer (4) ; Hullabaloo Staff (i, 2) ; Glendy Burke (i, 2, 3) ; Oratorical and Debating Council (2, 3). Page 106 { oilecje of Ofrh ana Sciences SENIOR CLASS IIaroii) I;. RATCr.iFFE Ni-w Orlcaii ' - (Jltruly Hiirke (i, 2 5, 4); Internatinnnl Relations Club (2, 3, 4). Tkei) 1.. Rkiikk, i; II, K K M ' , li M Joseph 1 ' . Ru.ev, Jr., i; A E . Okville H. Roberts Ouachita College. Samuel I. Rosenberg, SAM. . . 1 Thomas G. Sancton, A T A, A A A New Orleans Eudora, Ark. New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans JAMBAI.AVA Representative (4) ; Spectators Club (4) ; Glee Club (4) ; White a Elephants. Robert L. Simon, I K 2 Varsity Football (3, 4, 5). Ci.AuuE Simons, Jr., K 2, l ' , O A K .! New Orlean New Orleans Football (i), Varsity (2, 3, 4); Basketball Varsity (i, 2, 3), Captain (3); Track Varsity (i, 2); Baseball; White Elephants. I Nellie Sinclair, K K r, 6 X Gladys S.viith New Orleans New Orleans GEORfiE D. Tessier, ' I ' a O, . a a . New Orleans Football (i). Varsity (2, 3, 4); Boxing (2); White Elephants; Ilullabatno Statf (4) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (3, 4) ; " T " Cluh. Robert . . Tessier, ' h A 9 FiHitball (1), Varsity (2, 3, 4). Fabian P. Wiederecht . Lawrence L. Zarrii li V 7 Ni- v Orleans New Orleans . New Orleans Y. M. C. A. (3, 4) ; Infrnniional Relations Club (3, 4) ; Glee Club (2, 3, 4). Kei.i!k . . Zarkuli, a X :i New- Orleans International Relations Club (3, 4) ; Glee Club (2, 3, 4) ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (4). P Piujt- 107 i £ £ £ £ £ Uollege of Ofrh ana Sciences JUNIOR CLASS Robert M Adams, - A E New Orleans White Elephants; Glee Cluh (3); Pan-Hellenic Council (3). LuDWiG Anker Guatemala Citv, Guat. Alfred G. Ball, K 2 . . . ' . . . New Orleans International Relations Club (3). James E. Bileo, 2 II =7 New Orleans Glee Club (i, 2, 3). John M. Blair . . .1 1 .1 New Orleans Tulane Chapter of the. Student League for Industrial Democracy Chairman (3); Glend ' Burke; Oratorical and Debating Council; Golf Team. Harold C. Boehm, 2 E .... lULIlS BOWSKV, Z . M ' ' . Marschall Brewer, 2 E . . . Jameal-« " . Rfepresentative (5 ) Arthur J. Butt, A e . White Elephants; Golf (i) R. Freelasd Callev, 2 X New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans . Pensacola, Fla. New Orleans International Relations Club (3) ;,Y. M. C. A. (3 ) ; Glendy Burke (3). Claude E. Cullinane, JR- • ■ Band (i, 2, 3) ; Dramatic Guild I WiLLLAM J. Daly . George C. Daul Gulf port, Miss. I, 2, 3) ; Freshman-Sophomore Track. New Orleans . Gretna, La. New Orleans New Orleans Laurance Eustis, Jr., K A, A X 2 Memphis, Tenn. Thirteen Club; Hullabaloo Staff (2, 3), Business Manager (3). John- S. Devlik, A K E, B JI, AAA. . . . Glee Club (3). F. GoRDOV Eberle, Jr. Bren-t Fox, ATA Alton ' P. Frv.mire, i K S Claude L. Giraud, K K Bogue Chitto, Miss. . . . New Orleans New Orleans Band (i, 2, 3), Assistant Manager ( ' 2), Manager (3); Dramatic Guild (3). Carl Graff.acxino, B M New Orleans Glee Club (2, 3). Jacob D. Guice, $ K S, A A A Biloxi, Miss. Glendv Burke (3); International Relations Club (3); Pan-Hellenic Council (3); Class Vice-President (3). Henry Haas, Jr., Z B T . ? Leonard Hardin, K K F William H. Harris. Jr., A K E, A A A, B M Glendy Burke (3); Glee Club (3); Basketball Manager. Page 108 Uollege of Ojrls ana Sciences JUNIOR CLASS Ri)iii:ki H. IIasi ' Ki, , I! T New Orleans JAMKS W. IIi:m)icrso , K K Clarkidalc, Miss. Fdotliall (l, 2, 3). Maki IS H. Ilni;i, I! I) |[ Fnrl Smith, Ark. Cii AKi IS M. IIdkion. |k., K a, a a a Franklin, I. a. LoRKN R. IUbbari), i; a K . ' ! . . . Columlius, I ml. Assistant Cheerleader (2, 3) ; White Elephants; Glee Club (i). llKRMAN (i. JANSSES, II K ' I ' , K K -I ' 1.. U ' li.i.iA.vi O. JANSSES ' , Jr., II K , K K ' Band (i, 2, 3) ; Glee Club (2, 3) New Orleans New Orleans , 2, 3) ; Glee Club (2, 3). I I.AWRENCi-: J. JAUBERT, H K A ! New Orleans I Bnxing Manager. . . K E. Johnson. Jr Ij New Orleans Dramatic Guild (i, 2, 3) ; International Relations Club (i, 2, 3) ; Glendv Burke (i, 2, 3). Clifford H. Kern, Jr., Z B T Frank R. Kinbercer, 2 R . llAnEN KlRKP.MRICK . W ' li.TON V. Ledet . ME1.VII.I.K L. Lew, K N Glee Club (i, 2). JosiciMi A. Lucia . . . M. " E. Enginrcriny Pan-Hellenic Council (3). New Orleans New Orleans Owensboro, Ky. . . La rose. La. . New Orleans Marguerite Magnon . John L. Many, III, A T S Dramatic Guild (i, 2, 3), I resident (3) ; T Joseph D. M. riin, ' 1 ' A 6 Geokce S. Ma.son, ' I ' A 9 Jdiis J. Maiassa . . . . riiii.ii ' M. Mii.Bi R , ' I ' A Varsity Haseball (i). White El phants, Lutcher, La. Ciretna, La. . . New Orleans IT. R. K. (3) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (3). New Orleans 11knr II. W. Mh.es, li M Joseph M. MoNTAnsET, Jr., I ' K French Goveri jjjjjjit Prize (1). l.umberton, Miv . . . New Orleans San Antonio, Tex. New Orleans . New Orleans Wii I lAM G. Nk-hoi s, Jr.. A K K Orlando, Fla. Thirteen Club; Football. k WWk -AS J . i. l ' u( i- log - ( . VI i J AAJ Uolle e of Ofrh ana Sciences JUNIOR CLASS Leonard Oppenheim New Orleans Freshman Debate (i), Varsity (2, 3); Oratorical and Debating Council (2, 3), Secretary (3) ; Glendy Burke (i, 2, 3). Morris Pasternack, Z B T William C. Petersen Dramatic Guild (3) ; Class Secretary-Treasurer (3). James T. Richards I T Ferriday, La. New Orleans New Orleans Glee Club (i, 2, 3), Secretary (3). I ! Hermann J. Schulze, A T n . . . .! J New Orleans Glendy Burke; White Elephants; Dramatic Guild. Theodore H. Shepard, Jr | ] New Orleans Track (2) ; Cross Country (2) ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3). Claude R. Smith, Jr., 2 A E, K K " .j J New Orleans Band (i, 2, 3), Assistant Manager 1(2, 3). Howard K. Smith, Jr., A T O, A A A .1 J New Orleans Class Secretary-Treasurer (i). President (2, 3) ; Track (i). Varsity (2, 3) ; Thirteen Club; Glendy Burke (3) ; Hullabaloo Staff (3). Joseph D. Starr New Orleans New Orleans Allen M. Steiner, A K E . . . . Boxing (i, 2, 3) ; Cross Country (2) ; Glee Club (i, 2) ; Hullabaloo Staff (i, 2) ; T. U. R. K. (3). I Henry M. Stern, Z B T Kenneth C. Stewart Bertha E. Stokes . Okville C. Thomas, A : Thomas J. Thriffiley, Joyce P. Tillery, Z T . . Leycester L. Trauth Max O. Usrey, A T Q Frank Weber, A 9 Henry C. White, 2 E Glee Club (3). Dramatic Guild (3). IJR. Dramatic Guild Director (3) DeLand, Fla. . Osyka, Miss. New Orleans . Homer, La. New Orleans . . Beaumont, Tex. . . . Gretna, La. . Blytheville, Ark. Donaldsonville, La. . . Pensacola, Fla. Glee Club (3). J. Maxwell Williams, Jr., IT K A . .1. . . Lakeland, Fla. Richard B. Wood, Jr., BOH. . . J[ Lewisburg, W. Va. Jambalaya Staff (2, 3), Associate Editor (3). John W. Woolfolk, Jr., ATft New Orleans Page no iyoilecje Of Ofrh at? a Sclcjices SOPHOMORE CLASS Jamks Uakkiis, K (I II U. lAKTi Hi:i,i, l; II II Ciii.rM.w Hkrs ' stkin ' All. FA W. Hi:i . . C;i:oKGi- R. Hi.i ' i:, K i: Iiulinnohi, Miss. . Aiinistoii, Ala. 3and (2) ; Gled Club (2). Cakkoi.i. 1,. lioiii:Mi|.;iMKR, . 1: ' I ' Glee Club (2). Ki:nni;iii 11. Hrow , . T 9 ' . . . . . New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans . New Orleans Cleveland, Tenn. White Elephants; Glenily Unrke; Dramatic Guild. Ei.iSH.x J. C. iN, Jr., i; . E rini.ii ' L. C.MMiKviEi.i.i.: . Rlfl ' s M. C ' . rimi . . . noN ' .M.I) M. C. Li[.EV . . . II. RR E. ClI.M.SlROM, Jr. Glee Club. HUCKNER ClIlI ' I.EV, JR., A K E . . . . J.AMB.AL.AYA Staff (i, 2); Dramatic Guild (2). Will I A.M E. ci.. cK, li e n Wetunipka, Ala. . . Gretna, La. . New Orleans . . New Orleans . New Orleans . . New Orleans Sevmour a. Cohe.v, i; a M In ernatiiinal Relations Club (2). 11 A EN V. Com:, i; I E Shreveport, La. . New Orleans Shreveport, La. Dramatic Guild (2) ; IlidUilialoo and J. mbai.av.. Business Staff (2 IvARi. C. Coui.os- . . . llAMi) K. C()C)j,E , i: 1 !•: RiiHERT J. C ( RAWi.EV, Jr.. a T .i Football: (2). White Elephants . I Tom U. Ckoich, K i; . } . . . Glee Club (2) ; White Elephants. W ' li i.iA.M . . Clm ' Epper, K a . KoiiERr V. CiRRiE, A i: I .1. Uarrii 1 Dam, i: A V. . .U ' l.ii s W. Daxem ' Ort, Jr., 1! M - ■ • • J Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (2). Menard Doswei.i ., A ' I ' S . , Sy . . A estweffo, La. . . . Slidell, La. . New Orleans . Douglas, Ariz. . Alexandria, La. Big Spring, Tex. . . New Orleans . . New Orleans . . New Orleans Track (i); Koxing Assistant Maiia«er (i, 2); White Elephants; Glee Club (i, 2); Librarian (2). iliiKAci. 1). 1)o ii:k, li ti Jl Puiji- III . Fort Smith, Ark. Track. k V4 Vi i i r i i i f Uollecje 9f Ofrls am Sciences SOPHOMORE CLASS Sam Eichold, II, Z B T Mobile, Ala. Band; Jambalaya Staff. Caswell P. Ellis, III, A Lawrence J. Fabacher . Allaix deC. Favrot, A K E, A A A Glee Club; Glendy Burke. =, Julius M. Fernandez Band. Hansos ' D. Ferrell, Jr., I K S T. Vern " on ' Finch, i A B . . . . White Elephanfe; Jamb.alaya Staff. Albert J. Fleitrich, K A Francis T. Folse Football (i), Varsity (2). Sam M. Freese, Jr., A K E . . . . •■ootball (i), Varsit}- (2) ; Track (i). Charles T. Frey Debating (i) ; Glendj- Burk DoBiN Friedman . . Walter W. GallinghAjse Charles D. Gates, i A G , B M Herbert A. Graf, A 2 $ Walter W. Grace . Mariano W. Gu.as . Daniel L. Hart.man Thomas M. Hayes, Jr., A K E Hullaba Robert M. Haynie, B G H Glendy Burke (2) ; Dramatic Guild (2 00 Staff (2). New Orleans Biloxi, Miss. New Orleans Wallace, La. . New Orleans McComb, Miss. New Orleans . . New Orleans Wheeling, W. ?i. New Orleans . . New Orleans . . Gretna, La. . . Ocala, Fla. . . New Orleans Fort Myers, Fla. . Havana, Cuba . Jamaica, N. Y. . . Monroe, La. New Orleans ; Glee Club (2 ; Hullabaloo Business Staff (2) ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Tennis Manager. Jonas Hiller, Z B T Llou) R. Hi.mel . . Paul H. Hoerske Joseph V. Hopkins, Jr., $ A James J. Jaubert, II K A Edward J. Jones, Jr., $ K 2 New Orleans Picayune, Miss. Richard C. Keenan, Ben New Orleans Boxing (2). Page 112 Cjouecje Of Ofrh ano Sciences SOPHOMORE CLASS l,. x KiAci: 1. KiR , - New Orleans I iiir.ii vos KiKNAKUVSKi CoviiiKton, La. Glerulv Hiirke (i); Iamuai.ava Statt ( 1 1 ; ' 1 ' ic-liiiiail SKJtgjisic (i); Y. M. C. A.; Ilullahatao Staff (2). Jons ' S. l.i:.vfA I New Orleaii V. M. C. A. (2) IiUernatioiial Relations Club (2). Kkask K. Limjaiii., Jk. . RdiU-Ki 1,. Man Aid), Jk., i: K CjKORCk a. Ma ()kai., T i Gi ' SJAi W. Mcli-iir-s ' NV, K A Joseph C. Mi: i;rs, Jk. T Clinudrant, La. , . Kenner, La. . New Orleans . New Orlea ns . New Orleans Glendy Burke (i, 2) ; Freshman Forensic Council Vice-President; Dramatic Guild (i, 2), Business Manager (2) ; International Relations Club (i, 2), Treasurer (2) ; llullahatoo Assistant Circulation Manager (2). El.l ABEIH MlI.I.ER . . Kreuerick W. Mii.i.ek, K A Track (i) ; Glee Club (2). CiEORnE J. Mitchell New Orleans New Orleans Marion- S. Monk, Jr., B O n Football (i), Varsity (2) ; Y. M. C. i . John IL Neill, Jr., r A . IIenkv Nelson .... . Meridian, Miss. . . New Orleans Van Alstyne, Tex. . Brooklyn, N. V. . New Orleans W. Hammond Newman, AT!! Y. M. C. A. Cabinet {2). .Vrihlr Ci. New.vmek, Jr., Z li T . . . . ' I . . . . New Orleans Jamhalava Representative (2); International Relations Club (i, 2). Trov J. Odo.m, a i: l Lowell Oswald . . . David E. Pale, A i; ' I ' Jack K. Perkins, H .M Norman Pozinskv . . SiANLE W. Ra , Jr., a T Xaiiian Resnick ... I Football. Football (i, 2) Oakdale, La. . . Metairie, La. West Monroe, La. Track (i). Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. Basketball (i) . New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans Newark, N. J. . New Orleans r:i)V ARD i:. Richards, jr., K ' . .... JAMBAI.AVA Staff (i). .MiKviN II. KisEMAN, , 1! T i; . . .y Opelousas, La. Glee Club (i, 2), Publicity Mana.uer u) ; (ileiulv Burke (i, 2) ; Hullabaloo Sports Staff (2). llENK 1.. R(,i,. Xew Orleans INCENT J. SaMPOONARO . Pa lit- } Monroe, La. k W £ £ £ £ d £ f " ' ' : ■ •» -» r LyoLiecje of Cfrls am Sciences SOPHOMORE CLASS Hughes ScHstioAU, B8n New Orleans Class President (2) ; Football (i), Varsity (2). DOXALD F. SCHULTZ . New Orleans John " A. Schupp, A T n New Orleans Glcndy Burke (2) ; Y. M. C. A. (2). Joseph M. Scorsose . . Roland R. Seleneers John W. Sims, A 9 .H . New Orleans San Antonio, Tex. New Orleans Charles G. Smither, B ' 6 II Football. Band (i); Freshman Forensic Council (i); Jambalava Staff (i, 2), Assistant Editor (2). New Orleans . Monroe, La. Thirteen Club; Glendy Burke (2) ; Dramatic Guild (i, 2) ; Jamealava Staff (i, 2). Hammond, La. Irvington, N. J. Breard Snellincs, A K E, A A A Alfred W. Spiller, Jr., A T A Morton M, Stern . John R. Stewart, A K pi B.ASCOM D. Talley, Jr, Monroe, La. Bogalusa, La. Glendy Burke (i, 2) ; International Relations Club (2) ; Glee Club (2) ; Dramatic Guild (2) : Delegate to Oratorical and Debating Council (2) ; Freshman Forensic Council. ' icroR E. Tedesco, II 1 loHN C. Thorn, ATA. Gerson Z. Tolmas, K I New Orleans New Orleans Class Vice-President (4); Varsity Tennis; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (2); Band (2). I I Band (2) ; Librarian (i). Henry L. Trepackier, Jr., A T f Track (i). 1 ' heodore F. Treuitng New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans Joseph S. Trum, Jr. . Glendy Burke (i, 2) ; International Relations Club (i, 2 ' ) ; Debating (i, 2), Chair- man Freshman Forensic (i); Debating Prize (i). W. Porter Tull Football (i). an ' Parmley " . . . Henry L. Waszkowski, - 11 Lewis E. Weil, Z A il Glee Club (2) ; International Relations Alcide J. Weysham, 2 E . . . . ' n.LiAM B. Wiener, Jr., Z 1! T . . . New Orleans Electra, Tex. New Orleans . . Corpus Christi, Tex. Club (2). New Orleans Canton, Miss. Track (i). Charles W. Wight, A T A ' V . . . . j . . . . Kilgore, Te.x. Paul N. Wogan .1 . " tT New Orleans W. Waller Young, Jr., K A, A A A New Orleans Class Secretary-Treasurer (i, 2); Assistant Cheerleader (i, 2); White Elephants; Glendy Burke (i, 2) ; T. U. R. K. (2) ; Glee Club (2). Page 114 ( oiu ' .fjc Of Ofrh a)w Sciences FRESHMAN CLASS T. Hri ' ck II. Am)f:ks() , Jk., ATS! New Orleans Thirteen Club. R( DRico Akosf-mkna ( liiiiKKi Hai.kin, v. li T . Pniiarna City, Panama . . . Drew, Miss. liand; Glee C ' liih; Glcmly Burke. CAr.viN K. Hi:m;i)ICt, K K I ArKOI.!) J. ISl-NNRIT . . . Jdiin- H. O. Bi.mzi:, A T A Sin p.v 11. Hi.KSSF.v, A 2 ■! . Kknkst L. Bliss, 22 P E . . RnnKRr U. Blum, A K E Thirteen " Club. White Elephants. New Orleans . New Orleans Bay St. Louis, Miss. . . . New Orleans . New Orleans New Orleans Glee Club; Glendy Burke; J. MD. r.. v. Staff; Freshman Forensic Council Bars ' lv Blumberg . Glee Club J dub ' [LLL M P. Bradburv, III, B 9 IT Freshmaii " Y. " David H, Brari.ev . . EnwARi) S. Bri:s, Jr., A K li En«iN L. Brock .... [AMi;s D. Brock, 1 A 6 Savannah, Ga. . New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans Montgomery, Ala. Dramatic CiuiUI; Jambal.Vva Staff; White Elephants; Class Secretary-Treasurer. Fri:i) Bromin ' , K N . . . Edward O. Brumfield . Ions R. Carirav ... W. SrAcv CAMi ' nri.L, i: IT New Orleans . Biloxi, Miss. New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans .Andrew |. Carroll, Jr., 1 K 1 ' Band; Freshman " V. " Grorge J. Cassara 1 ' rask p. Cassens, Jr, Jims W, Cavanaii, Jr i . RL II. clauset, k :; Jason II. Collins, A K I Richard II. Corales, Jr., A i: ! ' N.vniAN CoTLAR Nj„. Orleans Pag,- IIS k WV " £ d £ £ £ £ f ■ ' ' f V%J% iyoLiecfe of Cfrh ana Sciences FRESHMAN CLASS Harry P. Dart, III, B 9 n " Track; Thirteen Club. Julius T. Davis, Jr., K 2 Bluford O. Day . r Donald C. Dickson, Jr.j ' $ K White Elephants; Y. M. C. Nicholas J. Dixon . Donald W. Doyle, 2 S T White Elephants. Erwin O. Dykes, 2 II Owen S. Eckhardt, K : Frank J. Ehret, Jr. . Reuben W. Estopinal, Matthew Feldman . Merrill S. Ferrara, 2 ' . I Gerson Finkelstein . Glendv Burke. Richard C. Fitzgerald, A 2 John B. Foret, 2 11 Lester A. Friedman, Jr. . Julie M. Garcia . . Louis J. Gehbauer, Jr. . Maurice W. Geldert F. Wesley Gleason, Jr., ATA Grant W. Goldenstar Louis H. B. Graham, I Roy a. Grashoi f, A 2 Sidney S. Grodsky ' , Iv N Thirt n Club . . New Orleans Brookhaven, Miss. . . Shreveport, La. New Orleans New Orleans . . Bolivar, La. . New Orleans . . Gretna, La. . New Orleans Bayonne, N. J. . New Orleans . New Orleans . . Nc-w Orleans . Algiers, La. Bainbridge, Ga. , . New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans Yemassee, S. C. New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans Harry G. Grosz New Orleans Carl J. Gulotta, 2 n New Orleans Page Il6 Uollerje of Ofrfs ana Sciences FRESHMAN CLASS Ji-SSK J. Cirid n CIkorci; N. IIajk foiiv F. II arimann Jr., ' T K JdllN E. IllXKICRT, K 2 II. ' i ]f:r IIkns ' icav . Jl IKS I. IIkrsandez . Ci:rf Hirsch .... W ' lNFRKI) S. IIlRSCH . IIoRACK F,. IIonc:R, Jr. Footb ill. . rtiilr C Hoi. MSI kr, II, K X . . . . International Relations Club. .Alberto F. Inci., n . Baynnne, N. J. Covington, La. New Oilcans . . New Oilcans . IJaton RouRe, La. . Havana, Cuba . . . New Orleans . New Iberia, La. . . New Orleans .!.... New Orleans Boxi ig. Charles Janvier, A T fi . ' ' ' . . . . New Orleans White Elephants; Class Vice-President; T.,U. R. K. Havana, Cuba James II. JoiiNsroN ' , Jr., 15 e IT C.ERALn F. Joseph, Ben. . . Hanckes a. Klein . . . ' . . Abe B. Klpperman, K N Glcndy 3urke. .Arihi ' R B. L. C(ii r, Jr., A K H Charles M. LaCour, A K K . ' lR(;il. I.AMRERT . . . M. Rin . , I.aNasa . . rniLip ! ' . Lanasa . . . Hesm 11 I. AMI, Jr. . . SAiiiN I ' . I.AM)K , Jr. . . ' )L E F. I.. M)R , Jr., ZB T SlIEP.VRIl M. L.Mll.R, . 1! T N KoiiiRi E. LeCorcne, Jr., li o n John J. A. Lew, 1 I K . . . Bar i. sGlendy . Yemassee, S. C. White Castle, La. . New Orleans . . New Orleans . New Orleans . . New Orleans Brooklyn, X. V. . New Orleans . New Orleans . .Apopka, Fla. . New Orleans Opelousas, La. . New Orleans Burke. New Orleans New Orleans U ' hite Elephants. VWk ' lfl,- - i l i i wwv (yolle e of Cfrh ana Sciences FRESHMAN CLASS Alvin H. Lurie, 2 A M Frederick W. Mahler, Jr., A K E . JambaIaya Staff. . . Raleigh, N. C. John P. Manard, A K E New Orleans Glee Club. Bernard F. MandlebauiJ Robert H. Manning , GoNZALO Gonzalez Martinez Frederick A. Marx, Z B T Band. Ends C. McClendon, A i; j . John J. McGoev, Jr., Ben Boyd R. McKirahan, B.. G n Roberto F. Mendez . Jack P. Michaels, 2 X White Elephants. Arthur V. B. Miller, A K E Track; iBasketball. . . . . New Orleans . . . . New Orleans Monterrey, N. L., Mex. . . . . Monroe, La. . . . Homer, La. . New Orleans . . New Orleans Cienfuegos, Cuba . . Orlando, Fla. Monroe, La. Herbert L. Miller, Z B T . ' Drew, Miss. Band; Glee Club; International Relations Club. Frank V. Moise, Jr., 2 X White elephants. A. Longer Musson, B Marcus L. Nance, A T Adolphe Netter . . . Floyd W. Nevvlin, $ K S fi Francis Nicholson, S K 2 International Relations Club. John C. O ' Quin, Jr., 2 E Edward W. Owen, Jr., K 2 Hugh G. Payne, K A . . Thirteen Club; Football. William M. Payne, K A i Thirteen Club; Football. RuFFiN T. Perkins, Jr., 2AE....il J . . . Washington, D. C. New Orleans . . . New Orleans . . . Birney, Mont. . Donaldsonville, La. . . . New Orleans McDonoghville, La. . . New Orleans . . New Orleans WintetYille, Miss. Winterville, Miss. y Joseph B. Phelps, ATA . . ... .1 ... . y New- Orleans N. Thirteen Club. Louis C. Philips, 2 II New Orleans .J. Joe C. Piranio, 2 n Dallas, Tex. Football. George A. Plotkin New Orleans Pa{ e iiS Cjoilejjd of Ofrh ana Sciences FRESHMAN CLASS Sam li. l ' i.M.i;u. ' I ' K i; Longvifw, Tex. Ml KA (;. Ka .... Wai.kkr Rrvnoi.ds, Jr, H _(i II Fka .kr I.. Rick, . T U . Krm-st Rnni:R, III, . T Q Y. M. C. A. Thirteen KwMONM) F. SAr.Mi:N ' , K . . CiiARi.i-s M. SAML ' Kr., Jr., Z H T Club. JosiiiMi n. Sansoni . . Andrew S. Skfk.rovich . JosKi ' H M. Skikertii, Jr. Glee Club. Fdwari) I,. SII1RI.F. ■ . . .1 II Rn[.i) Singer, K . . . Howard I. S.vinii, II K A Wiii ' ORj) M. Smuh . New Orleans Aiiiiistoii, Ala. . New Orleans . Nc v Orleans New Orleans New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans Richrnond, Mo. . New Orleans . New Orleans New Orleans Glendy Burke; Delegate to Oratorical and Debating Council; International Relations Club; Freshman Forensic Council President. Ii-Rin y. SONIER . Lake Char les, La. . AiinistoEi, Ala. Benjamin L. Si ' EArman, I! O U . . .M. C. A. Treasurer. Jim. IAN L. Steinrero, Z B T , . . . . New Orleans IrUernational Relations Club. [ack Sl ' tiiermn, II K .V New Orleans While Elephants; Freshman Forensic Council Secretary. Peter J. Trinca 1 1. . . El Diuado, Ark. S llwwARn ' iNeENT, R (-1 n ' . . . . New Orleans Thirteen Club; Football. Ber ' .aro Voi.ooARSKV, K N j . . . , New Orleans I ' AiRKk J.Wiini:, K . Shreveporl, La. I ' ait c;. WintE, jR I . . . Plant City, Fla. Freo . . ' [i.n, jR ; ' .... New Orleans , Fhuala, Ala. .■ . Craov Wu.i lAMS, . ' ! ' ! W ' liite I ' lephants; Foniball. Ceorcu: I.. ' lMl!ERl, , A ' 1 ' A New Orleans While Elephints. I.EHis . . Wise Miami, Fla. WiiAM I E II. Woi-I-SON, K N New Orleans Pay I- iiQ Uk CLASS OFFICERS COLLEGE OF COMMERCE Senior Class Gerald M. Kees President Adolphe C. Bili.ett, Jr Fice-Presidcnt Edwin W. Booth, Jr Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class John R. Reuter, Jr President Robert J. Ahsens, Jr Fice-Preside?it Philip S. del Corral Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Class Ernest A. Carrere, Jr President Philip Werlein IV Vice-President Maurice H. Born Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class R. Miller Upton President Homer M. Rankin Fice-President CoLViN G. Norwood Secretary-Treasurer KcGS, Reuter, Carrere. Upton - 2 I P r,iL „ P R E S E N T I N G o o o omnictcc d £s£ £ £ £ • " - V% % Uollecje of (commerce SENIOR CLASS Adolphe C. Billet, Jr., A K E _ T New Orleans Track (i, 3, 4) ; Class Vice-President (4) ; " T " Club. Charles Bonds, Jr., I K 2 . . . . JAMBALAYA Representative (4) Edwtx W. Booth, Jr., $ K r . . . Class Secretary-Treasurer (4) Memphis, Tenn. Aucon, Canal Zone P. Cliftok Butler, K iS Shreveport, La. Hullabaloo Staff (4) ; Student Body Secretar ' -Treasurer (4). Robert W. Daray, A 9, O A K Chicago, 111. Class President (3) ; Accountants ' Club, Secretary-Treasurer (3) ; Golf Team (2, 3), Captain (3). Allen- L. Davis Thomas C. Fischer, K S Paul E. Gifford, K Elaine Goldsmith Class Vice-President {3). Elbert F. Greiner New Orleans New Orleans Port Arthur, Tex. New Orleans New Orleans V. Beauford Jones, Jr., A 6 , . New Orleans JAMBALAYA Repjesentative|(i, 3) ; Cjoss Country (2). Harry P. Jordan, Jr., K 2 Waco, Tex. T. U. R. K. (4). Pa e 122 iyollf ' Cjc oj Lyot}in?erce SENIOR CLASS Gkkai.I) M. Khks, H r i; . ■ „, I Brnokliavcn, Miss. Tass Prcsidc[it (4) ; Accouiitaiits ' Club. Tass ] CiiAKi.KS M. Kkrk, Jk. . I I . I r I Fencing (i, 2, 3, 4), Captain (3), Coach (4); Boxing (r, 2); Aero Club (i, 2); Class Vice-President (2) ; T. U. R. K. (i, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3), President (4) ; Assistant Cheerleader (3, 4). New Orleans luHS M. KiNABKKW, IR. I ' ilUMAS F. KlRBV Ai.i.AN J. Landry Debating (1) New Orleans Moline, II Norco, La. K. Spencer Lazarus, Jr., 2 A M ... J .... New Orleans Boxing (i, 2), Varsity (3) ; Swimming; Pan-Hellenic Council (4) Ai.ni-RT .A. Lkvin, K . New Orleans Ki.MA L. Livv ' i New Orleans Ilutliihalou Staff (3); Accountants ' Club (3, 4). Camden, Aik. joiis li. NkllAMKi., Jr., 1! (I II Varsilv Football (2, 3, 4) ; Student Bod - I ' resideut (4) ; Student Council President (4- Ai.iRi:i) J. MiiRAN, -I ' A e . ; New Orleans A ' hitc Elephants. Ja.mks L. WiiuK, Jr. Page 132 Shrevcpon, La. fLJD (yollege of (commerce JUNIOR CLASS Robert J. Ahsens, Jr., $ K 2 New Orleans Class Vice-President (3). Tom W. Born ' , AKE " ■ • • New Orleans Thirteen Club; Student Body Vice-President (3) ; Arts and Sciences Secretary (2) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (3). John " E. Church I New Orleans T " Glee Club (i). Edward C. Colcord, Jr., A T A Philip del Corr. l, $ K 2 . . R0M. H. DE Lucas, B 2 O St. Albans, W. Va. . . . New Orleans New Orleans Y. W. C. A. (i, 2, 3) ; Dramatic Club (i, 2, 3) ; Orchestra (i, 2). Ervest H. Doerries, Jr., A 2 I . . .1 I Pan-Hellenic Council (3). CON ' LEV L. DURDEN " , i K 2 . . . . Kenneth A. Gonzales, t K - Ralph P. Hebert . Helen Holmes . . William W. Hol.mes, Jr., K A Arne O. Johansen " . .1 . . DouGL.AS Kellv, Jr., H K A New Orleans . . . Ruston, La. Port x rthur, Tex. . . New Orleans . Indianola, Miss. . . New Orleans . . New Orleans . . New Orleans JAMBAL.AYA Representative (3) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (3). Joseph G. Lallande, Jr., AT " Thomas W. Lawson, n K A . Henry S. LARCHAL, A K E Edward 5. IM-AKLHAl., _i lY I J. Marks, Jr. . ' Track (i, 2, 3). Joseph V. Montedonico, Jr., K A . San Juan, P. R. . New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans John R. Reuter, Jr , S n . . . . Class Vice-President (2), President (3) Memphis, Tenn. . . New Orleans Albert A. Roebert, Jr. Saul Singer, K X . . Elmore R. Verlander Harry S. A ' orhaben V New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans Engineering President (i) ; Basketball (i). Varsity (2, 3). John A. Walls, K A TTT . New Orleans George D. Wray, Jr., K A Shreveport, La. White Elephants. Page 124. Golle(f(t of Gommerce SOPHOMORE CLASS SAVUhM, R. Armioi , .LAI) Wkliit:., K.n.s. . . . New Orleans JIuttcihidoo Hiisiiil: ss Staff (i, 2). IllHS S. Aknii ' R Cbirck j. l KCKi:i , JK. . M 1 UK I II. liciRN, V. I! T Class Sccrctary-iTreasurer (2). ' J. LiVDi.v Bl ' drkal-, Jr., K . . I . New Orleans Oklahoma City, Okla. . Savaimah, Ga. KRM;sr A. C.vrrkri;. Jr., K . , . . A . ) . . . . New Orleans Class President (2), Vice-PreMtlent (i); Basketball (i). Varsity (2); White Elephants; T. U. R. K. (2). Osc. r E. Conhv, Jr., •! A C) I.I-; Vkri- Cooi.i-v, III, i: ' l. !•: n.win M. Driavk . . Ill.KMAS F. Fl.OWKRS, Z B llAMii.ioN Fuller, K A Magnolia, Miss. . . SFuIell, La. . New Orleans Lexington, Miss. JAMBAI YA Representative (i) ; Band (i, 2). White Elephants. Mari R. Hazaru . IhsTi-R T. lUnuLE, Jr., 1 ' K W " . Orant Jaiinckr, K .S. . ' T " Club; Basketball Team. I ' liiLMi ' H. Lawrenci- . . ( i Km . . Mdi.onv . . . Dramatic Guild. ( ' ll RLl:S II. MotIRE, A ' ] ' i . ... Thirteen Club; ' ars ty Golf Team New Orleans New Orleans . Ora nge, Tex. . New Orleans . Jackson, Miss. . . . . New Orleans JuSEiMi C. Pesn, A T i . . JrsiiN R. Qlerhes, Jk, t. v K K. Rodv. I! I ' PiiM.ii ' i L Seymour, - .V | ' PoNALn Sr. J. Smiim . . KlCllARO C;. ' ERLA I)ER . C ' j.irroRii C. Walker . KclSHELL J. Win, 1 . Glee Cii b (2). Galveston, Tex. . New Orleans . Shreveport, La. . Shreveport, La. . . New Orleans Minneapolis, Miini. . . New Orleans . . New Orleans . New Orleans . . New Orleans I ' lili II ' Wi Ki hi . I ' , A K !• T. U. R. K. i T; Class Vire President (2). I ' Ai I n. WiiiiAMS Herrin, III. Ei.. i D. Wood, Z l New Orleans Page 123 - . iL If - -fn »» «g; TTi fm , f ' LjOLLe(je of (commerce FRESHMAN CLASS KnBERT D. Burkes, II K A New Orleans White Elephants. Sidney D. Carp, K N " " " " " nr " " — " ■■=-, New Orleans Richard C. Davidson I New Orleans David D. Dupuv, Ben New Iberia, La. JAMBALAS ' A Staff (l). Floyd Getsikgcr, K :t. White Elephants. Edgar F. Graves, Jr., Ben Malcolm G. Haas, n K . E. Lee Jones, n K [ .1 Elise M. Joubert . . Louis R. Koerner, 2 j E K b . George C. Ko?il Lavinia H. Lamont liand. Dramz . New Orleans Camden, Ark. . New Orleans . New Orleans . Ne v Orleans . New Orleans Duchesne, Utah . New Orleans ic Guild. Edward A. Laroussini, A K E . . . . ' Glee Club; Dramatic Guild, Alice B. Mayer . . .1 . Louise McDaniels B 2 Helene McGee . . I . I Jambalay-a Representative. Bradford J. Monroe, 3 E . . . W. Halpin Nalty, Jr., A K E . . Thirteen Club. Antoinette A. Napolitano Warren Newman . .p . . CoLviN G. Norwood, A K E New Orleans . New Orleans . New Orleans Hammond, La. . New Orleans Hammond, La. . . . New Orleans . . . . New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans Class Secretary-Treasurer. NoRviN P. Oliver, Jr., K A . . . . Stanford J. Otio, 2 1; Athalie N. Paquet, B E 1 :| New Orleans I Dramatic Club. ij Jo R. Persons, Jr. . . .j | |j New Orleans Homer M. Rankin, A K E || J New Orleans Yell Team Vice-President (i) ; T. U. R. K. Ceres C. Reno .: , New Orleans White Charles F. Seemann, Ben Leon S. Tfiomas R. Miller Upton, A K E . Gordon U. Sanford, S , E % Ne v Orleans Elephants. . New Orleans Jackson, Miss. . New Orleans Thirteen Club. Yvonne R. Varnau . . . X - ■■!!•■ • Sugar Land, Tex. Irwin E. Volker, AS . . . ! J . ■ " New Orleans Harry M. Waugh, Jr., A e Bluefield, W. Va. White Elephants. Edwin N. Wray, K A Shreveport, La. Page 126 I r T nd now tlie v_lass Kccord •:• Is tnacd •:•• ' (l(7f 13J tltlctl c J_ WEARERS OF THE Pi- w H. Allex, Jr. R l I). Arv JosFi ' H K. Beasley Ernest V. Beck, Jr. .Adoi.phe C. Billet, Jr. George S. Bisso Barxett Blitz Joseph E. Blum III Bradlev C. Brownsox JoHX Bri xo, Jr. HowARii L. Bryan Joseph O. Carson, Jr. Charles L. Chavigxy Augustl s H. Clark, Jr. Ml RR ■ F. CLE ELANn Kexdall II. Cra.m WiLLIA.M P. CULLEN Romert V. n arw Joseph J. Dames, Jr. MoiSE W. I)EXXER ■ Josi-PlI V. DoL GLAS Enw ARi) Eustis Bl-RX RI I ' . EVAXS " m. J. l- ' i-: i ' iii:rin( ' ,ii.l .Noi.i.iE C. Felts Cm ri.es F. G y ' IKR1 CioMll.A ErXEST II. CiOL LI) Thomas F. Hall, Jr. RicHARn N. Hardy 1,. Rail Ri Hasi ' el Leslie R. Hehert William Hexdersox SiMox Herold Cll RI.ES R. HlME (loRDox I!. 11 ■ E |iiii R. J (.KS0X W. CJRAXT Jaiixcke E. Dorc i. s JoiixsoN AiA X J. J I sTRAHO Cm ri.es .a. K IE Stanley D. Lodrigies Joseph E. Loftix W. Noel Loftin Joseph A. Lucia Jdiix ]?. McDaniel, Jr. EinvARi) A. McLellan Louis A. Mahoxey Michel A. M aroux I ' Roi.i) Ci. Mi-mtsas Berxari) n. MixTZ M RU)X S. MoxK, Jr. 1 1 ARTW IG Moss William U. Moss, Jr. Herman Neugass JoHx A. O ' CoxxoR, Jr. C. McVea Oliver Da id E. Pace Richard M. P.age Charles E. Peres, Jr. James E. Peres Ei) vari5 B. Poitevent Donald R. Porter Frederick C. Preisser Homer E. Robinson Albert Rubenstein Marcus Rubenstein Hughes Schneidau Robert L. Simon Ci.ALiiE Simons, Jr. Howard K. Smith. Jr. Charles G. Smither Charles B. Strobi.e FinvAR H. Sutter George D. Tessier Robert A. Tessier John T. D. Thames LoL IS O. Thames Farrel B. Thomas Charles B. Thorn. Jr. Harry S. Vorhaben loiiN C. Weed Pai f IS I I N i4.iai c i s P eat R T Tulane, with her respective athletic teams and in- dividuals performing for the most part either very well or very poorly in comparison with her competitors in the conference, passed through a season of vastly contrasting fortunes during the year 1934-35. Each of the seven major sports, which are recognized as official by the Athletic Council, contributed much to the glory of the Olive and Blue and were the means through which many an outstanding star added his name to the ever-lengthening roll of honor. FOOTBALL — Selected as the opponent of an un- beaten Temple eleven in the first Sugar Bowl classic by virtue of its having won the Southeastern Conference Championship, the Green Wave came through vic- torious over the Owls to climax what had been their most successful season in years. BASKETBALL — Hindered by almost every con- ceivable obstacle, lack of seasoned material, injuries, working under a comparatively new coach and new system, and with many of its stellar players unable to compete in the opening games because of post-season football, the cage squad suffered one of its poorest years. TRACK — The cinder team was one of the very few Greenie aggregations that wasn ' t an extreme but an average squad. In inter-conference competition, the Wave showed up excellently despite its lack of men, and through it two or three were able to achieve out- standing honors. Green V ave Cheer Leaders: Kenneth Gonzales, Vada Odom, Donald Kerr, Gordon Kerr, Mildred Shaw, and Waller Young. Page 32 ifc Genial Tulane athletic director. Dr. Wilbur C. Smith, greets Temple ' s Pop Warner at the station before the great Sugar Bowl game. GEORGE A. WESTFELDT President Athletic Council GOLF — The lack of many stars of by-gone years was felt less than it had been in the previous season and the golf team, paced by Bob Daray, came through its year ' s competition in a very creditable manner. TENNIS — The temu ' s team was the other great Tulane representiitive of the year. Blessed with the tutelage of Emmett Pare and the fine play of Etldie Sutter, Charlie Hume, Kendall Cram, Dick Haspel and others, the racqucteers, after losing and tying in opening matches, walked through the remainilerof their schedule without an opposing threat. H.ASEHALL — Pla edasa strictly intra-mural sport, baseball made ra|iid strides toward regaining some of its Inst glciiA -Aud the ainnial league was closely followed irh the Arts and Sciences school taking chief honors o er the representative nine of the Commerce school in a very close race. H(). l (] — Tulaiie ' s pugilists, with " Bucky " Hry:ui, Al justr;dio, Mike Maroun, ami Howard Rau usualK emerging with high indi iilu;il honors, went through a season of ups and downs, winiu ' ng only to lose to the same nppoiieiit in :i retuiii match, to take a unique phice in her ring history. TULANE ATHLETIC COUNCIL Officers George G. Westfeldt President Judge Rufus E. Foster .... lice-President Robert L. Mem. ET Secretar y Members Dr. Dougl.vs S. .■ DERsnN J. . ies M. Robert CurnBERT S. Baldwin- .Albert Wacheshei.m, Jr. Dr. Charles Eshleman George E. Williams Dr. WuniR C. Smuu .ll itelic Director Tn) Bank Freshman Football Coach and Boxinij Coach Ted Cox Ihad Football Coach Claude Simon ' s Physical Director Ray G. Dauber Basketball Coach E-MMErr Park Tennls Coach FRrr . Oakes .Issistant Physical Director and Tract Coach HOR.VCK Renegar .Issistant .Ithletic Director and Sforls Publicity Director Page iss COACHES LAUTENSCHLAEGER AND COX GREEN WAVE LINEUP Backfield: Mintz, Loftin, Simons, McDaniel. Line: Kyle, Ary, Tessler, S-, Robinson, Simon, Tessier, R., Hardy. 4 ! ' P CAPTAIN JOSEPH LOFTIN Leader of the- mighty Greenie Eleven. S T R T 1 N G L i N E = LI r H C t aHeti AND THE STARTING TEAM The mighty 1934 Green Wave, under the generalship of Ted Cox, Lester Lautenschlaeger, and a competent coaching staff, achieved one of the greatest records in the history of Tulane football. Bowing only to the Red Raiders from New York, the Greenie gridders rolled over every Southeastern team they met and capped the climax of the season by defeating the formidable L. S. U. eleven. Even this was not enough, for on New Year ' s day, the first famous Sugar Bowl classic was won by the Tulane eleven after a sensational victory over the Temple Owls from Penn- sylvania. The Green Wave tied for the Southeastern Conference championship with the Crimson Tide of Alabama and won national fame after trouncing the Temple Owls. Many great football players will leave Tulane ' s eleven this year, after having given three years of splendid service. OF F O O T B L L T E . A Mintz foxes Plainsmen with lateral pass to " Little Monk. " TULANE, 41— CHATTANOOGA, With two touchdowns in as many min- utes standing as an example of their su- periority and strength, Tulane ' s Wavemen marched to an easy victory over an out- classed but scrappy eleven from Chatta- nooga by a 41-0 score to open a champion- ship season. Monk Simons, on a jaunt around left end, Mintz on a 44-yard dash a few sec- onds later, Lodrigues on a line plunge, Thomas twice on end sweeps, and Hen- derson on a pass from Nichols, were the touchdown getters of the day. With Captain Joe Loftin, disabled by a broken foot, and other regulars on the bench. Bill Moss, Noel Loftin, Marion Monk, Doug Johnson, and other sophs exhibited excellent defensive and offensive work. TULANE, 13— AUBURN, Tulane climbed the first rung of the ladder toward the conference title by eas- ing out a 13-0 win over the Auburn Plains- men after slowly wearing down a stubborn, inspired defense which threatened to hold the Greenies scoreless despite their twelve first-downs. " Little Monk " Simons was the fire- brand that finally burned the Auburn jinx to a well-done cinder. He scored the first touchdown on a 15-yard reverse around left-end, dragging two Plainsmen the last five yards of the way. His pass to Hardy, who made a phenominal catch, was greatly responsible for the second touchdown. Kyle, Ary, Moss, and Robinson kept the line play well above par while the backs amassed a total of 279 yards — an average of almost 5 yards per play. Thus the Auburn Tiger met his doom. SEASON CHARLES A. KYLE Alternate Captain — End Charlie ' s end play, a combination of sterling offensive and defen- sive work, was an important cog in the Wave ' s mighty grid ma- chine. HOWARD L. BRYAN Captain-Elect — Halfback Typifying the proverbial " stick o ' dynamite, " " Bucky " turned in very brilliant but very hard vrork to add thrills and chills to every game. BERNARD D. MINTZ Alternate Captain-Elect — Half- back The spark that kept the Greenie eleven at top speed whenever it threatened to weaken, " Bar- nev " was consistently a standout performer. HOMER R. ROBINSON Center Undisputed .■ ll-Southeastern cen- ter, Homer played faultless foot- ball all year to raise to three Tulane ' s consecutive list of great pivot men. CLAUDE SIMONS, JR. Halfback High-point scorer of the confer- ence, mentioned on nearly every All-. merican, a scorer in every game, " Little Monk " was with- out a superior. BRYAN MINTZ ROBINSON SIMONS KYLE 2oiU ? t for 1934 GEORGE D. TESSIER Guard George ' s speed and power, al- ihoiiKh often kept from the line- up lH ' caii c of a liad leg injury, really liolstered the Wave ' s (■lianipl(in ' ' hip line. ROBERT A. TESSIER Tackle His play also suffering little be- cause of a serious injury, Bob ' s presence gave an added some- thing to the line that made it of the air-tight variety. JOHN B. McDANIEL, JR. Quarterback Smart signal-calling on the part of " Mac " pulled the Wave out of many tough spots from which they turned a sure defeat into a victory. ROBERT L. SIMON Guard Bob was credited ivith more ac- tual playing time than any other ( " rreenic. Always the " silent power " in the line, he will be sorely missed next year. BRADLEY C. BROWNSON Quarterback Many a Tulane touchdown was the result of " Lefty ' s " daring but timely quarterbacking which caught more than one opponent flat-fontcd. Green, Bulldog flash, trying to evade four Greenie Gridders, is caught she TULANE, 28— FLORIDA, 12 Florida ' s Alligators, with Billy Chase at the firing end, made a desperate and ever- threatening attempt to curb the onrushing Wave with a barrage of passes, complet- ing 14 for a gain of 222 yards, but the opposing power was too much and the Wave annexed its second conference vic- tory, 28-12. Mintz, Lodrigues, Brownson, and Simon composed the outstanding back- field of the winners, while on the line Tessier, Simon, Hardy, Kyle, Moss, and Schneidau carried off chief honors. Tulane ' s running attack showed indica- tions of peak form as exemplified b - " Little Monk " Simon ' s record for the day, a total of 113 yards gained in 17 plavs for an average of almost 7 yards per plav. TULANE, 7— GEORGIA, 6 Emphasized by the continuous stream of injured players who came limping or were carried off the field, Tulane met just about her toughest and roughest opposi- tion of the year in the Georgia Bulldogs, but finally emerged from the contest the victor by a bare 7-6 count. Constantly and ominously on the alert, Georgia, on a super-miraculous pass, pushed over a score in the last three min- utes of play to almost snatch victor - from the Greenies and the breath from the de- lirious thousands in the stands. Simons, the backfield standout, slid through for 15 yards and added the kick for the Wave ' s lone seven points while Tessier, Simon, and Robinson all handed in flawless performances on the line. TESSIER. G. TESSIER, R. McDANIEL SIMON BROWNSON HARDY HENDERSON THAMES ARY MOSS C ke yyiio- Season Lji ame TULANE, 20— GEORGIA TECH, 12 TULANE, 15— OLE MISS, Playing a ragged, almost listless game, Tulane met a surprisingly strong opposi- tion in Georgia Tech and was hard put to win out by a 20-12 score. A weak side reverse, enabling Tech ' s Martin, Roberts, and Phillips to continual- ly make considerable gains, was the baf- fling element of the contest, and despitt the excellent individual work of Captain Loftin, Memtsas, Pace, Evans, and Simon, it nearly nipped Tulane ' s growing list of conference victories. " Sundial " Martin had the best day in ground-gaining, averaging 7 yards Ln 12 attempts. Brownson, on an intercepted pass, Simons, on a 44-yard off-tackle play, and Kyle, on a pass from Thomas, were the Wave ' s touchdown scorers. Tulane kept most of her potential strength well under cover as she downed a hard-fighting Die Miss eleven by sheer power to win 15-0 and to complete the sixth game on her schedule without having suffered a loss or tie. With Die Miss, bolstered by the play of Poole, Hapes, and Nelson, putting up an unexpectedly strong defense, the game was actually a rather drab one enlivened only once — that once being " Bucky " Bryan ' s 50-yard dash in the third quarter which paved the way for the first Wave touchdown. Loftin drove off right tackle to make the final tally while the safety was earned by Memtsas who downed Peters behind his goal after an Ole Miss fumble. Bucky intercepts pass intended for Yellow Jacket Gridder. RICHARD N. HARDY End Dick ' s pass-snagging, reminiscent of " Lefty " Haynes, added many points to the Greenie totals, and his defense work often converted them to victories. JAMES W. HENDERSON Halfback " Rabbit " showed clearly by his frequent sensational runs that he is scheduled for a first-string berth on near-future Green Waves. LOUIS O. THAMES Halfback Smooth, shifty, and speedy " Little Cocky " should be one of the principals in a running back- field that promises to be unsur- passed in the country. ROY D. ARY Tackle " Chief " should reach the climax of his career next year, having steadily improved during the past season to one of the team ' s best tackles. WILLIAM U. MOSS, JR. Tackle I f Bill maintains the dizzy pace he set during his sophomore year, he is scheduled not only for a regular berth but for na- tional prominence. PARREL B. THOMAS Halfback Relying on his great speed, " Tuf- fy " consistently carried the pig- skin for great gains on end sweeps to be a vital element in many Wave triumphs. THOMAS PREIS5ER FREDERICK C. PREISSER End A vnhialilc reserve this year, Kreil laii be expected, with in- creased experience, size, and weight, to be a first-stringer on the iVjS Wave. E. DOUGLAS JOHNSON Halfback PiiugK- is a natviral triple-threat half whose passing ability and running strength will be in con- stant demand during his remain- ing playing years. BERNARD P. EVANS Tackle Having shown unusual adaptness at tackle, " Bernie " is being looked to as another excellent line mainstav for next year. HUGHES SCHNEIDAU End . llhough a sophomore, " Doc " showed up better than the vet- erans in several games and will see plentN of action in games to coitie. HAROLD G. MEMTSAS End A steady, fighting, defensive player, " Horse ' s " terminal was the scene of very few opponent gains, for he constantly threw enemv backs for losses. CHARLES G. SMITHER Guard With two years of experience in arsit conipitilion behind him, Cliarlii- should be one of the leading eanilid.iles t()r the guard pii ' ition. JOHNSON EVANS SCHNEIDAU CyUiane 1 laijs (yoLcjale TULANE, 6- Bewildered by one of the smoothest and tnost deceptive pass ofFensives in the coun- try, Tulane ' s Green Wave saw all hopes for a perfect season fade into dismal murk as Colgate ' s Red Raiders conquered them 20-6 in one o f the major intersectional battles of the season. A crowd of 50,000 occupied the Yankee Stadium to witness the contest. Colgate opened her vaunted attack soon after recovering a Greenie fumble in the opening minutes of play. Then, on a sus- tained drive with Kuk, Kern, and Irwin passing and running for consistent gains, despite inspired defensive work by Robin- son, Kyle, and Ary, the Raiders chalked up their first touchdown. Lyon, replacing Irwin, converted. -COLGATE, 20 Taking their cue from the Raiders, Tu- lane opened up with a surprise pass from Simons to Kyle just after the kickoff which immediately placed the ball only 28 yards from a touchdown. Then, with Simons, Loftin and Mintz tearing the line for repeated gains, the score was soon brought up to 7-6 but remained so when the conversion placement was fumbled. More Greenie fumbles plus a renewal of the dazzling lateral pass attack, enabled the Raiders to soon again slip into the lead, this time by two touchdowns — the final outcome of the game. " Barney " Mintz made one 46-yard dash around end to take long-run honors of the day, although Simons and Kuk both gained more consistentlv. Colgate made 12 first-downs to 11 for Tulane. Green Wave arrives and poses for the camera at Penns I Mnia Station in New ork. SMITHERS STROBLE N. LOFTIN BRUNO MONK POITEVENT Some of Ike O o emher Lji TULANE, 20— KENTUCKY, 7 Their offense and defense seemingly none the worse for their defeat of the previous week, the Greenies chcked in per- fect unison to run up their sixth con- secutive conference win by downing Ken- tucky ' s fighting Colonels, 20- 7. Although the Wave, incurred no pen- alties throughout the contest, the game was a very hotly contested one, with " Barney " Mintz, a sixty-minute, two- touchdown man, " Little Monk " Simons, another scorer, Charley Kyle, Bob Simon, Bill Ary, and Bernie Evans in the spot- light for Tulane, while sophomore Bert Johnson gathered major honors for the losers. The Greenies amassed a total of 207 yards from scrimmage and lost only 2, while Kentucky was held to 87 yards in 41 trys to average about 2 yards. " Little Monk " Simons and " Barney " Mintz shared running laurels, with the former hitting a pace of 7 yards per try in 16 trys, and Mintz, 4 yards per try in eleven. ames TULANE, 32—SEWANEE, Twelve Greenies played their last home game as Tulane, scoring in every quarter, downed a game Sewanee eleven, 32-0, to keep their conference record unblemished. On a play, especially devised for the oc- casion. Homer Robinson shifted to the end position, sneaked into the clear, and taking in a long spiral from " Little Monk " Simons, ran, much to the amaze- ment and amusement of the crowd and players, for his first touchdown of col- legiate football. Simons, on a run from punt formation, Thames on a 40-yard off-tackle dash, Lodrigues, on a line plunge, and Hender- son, on a 64-yard jaunt, were the other touchdown scorers of the contest. Sewanee made only one serious threat — that being stopped by Thomas who caught Clark in the clear after he had raced 59 yards down the field toward the Greenies goal. CHARLES B. STROBLE Guard " Bunn3 ' " came through in many a pinch with the goods to merit a position as one of the most dependable reserves on the vhole team. W. NOEL LOFTIN Center Called upon to play both the end and center positions, Noel came through in fine style and stands as one of the outstanding sophs of the squad. JOHN BRUNO, JR. tullback A hard-fighting, conscientious fullback, only his lack of height and weight kept this gridster off the starting line-up. MARION S. MONK, JR. Guard Another leader in the list of promising sophomores, Marion displayed ability that merited him a prominent part in nearly every victory. EDWARD B. POITEVENT Gitard " Wu-Wu " played in several games during the 193+ season and showed constant improve- ment. He promises to add great- ly to the power of the 1935 team. THE COACHING STAFF " Mon-k " Simoks, trainer; " Peggy " Flournoy, assistant backfield coach; " Ted " Cox, head coach; " Ted " Bakk, freshman coach; " Les " Lautenschlaeger, backfield coach. AUGUSTUS H. CLARK, JR. End Injured early in the season, Gus was never able to actually com- pete in many varsity games. CLARK i PAGE PACE DAVID E. PACE Guard Have was able to show his wares in several games and each time improved. He was one of the outstanding plavers of the mem- orable L. S. U. battle. HOWARD J. RAU Fullback Hig and powerful, " Country " will furnish plenty of competi- tion in the Hght next year for the first-string fullback position. HAYWOOD H. HILLYER End . lthough he has faced little varsity competition, Haywood ' s speed and agility will stand him in good stead in years to come. TROY J. ODOM Halfback Held out of play this year, Troy ' s play in scrimmage has been taken as an indication that he will be hard to stop in the next three years. RICHARD M. PAGE Halfback nick ' s reliability, speed, and shiftiness have marked him as " lie of the most useful reserves on the classv Green Wave back- field. ERNEST H. GOULD Ceiilcr With two years experience tucked under his bell, Ernie is slated to join the first-stringers next vear to climax his career. HILLYER ODOM C kal utecUc L. b. L 1. Off f air TULANE, 13— L. S. U., 12 With the Southeastern Conference championship hanging in the balance, an indomitable spirit fused into a faultless football machine proved the unbeatable combination as Tulane ' s Green Wave de- feated an ever-threatening L. S. U. Tiger, 13-12, before a stadium packed with 31,000 stark mad spectators. The contest was a see-saw, thrill-packed, never-to-be-forgotten one. Tulane jumped into an early lead on Hardy ' s touchdown, which was immediately followed by a suc- cessful conversion. The Tigers came with- in one point of the lead when Ernie Seago scored and went into a five-point lead soon after on Abe Mickal ' s touchdown — a lead they held until the last three minutes of play. Then, " Little Monk " Simons, after re- ceiving a perfect lateral from " Bucky " Bryan, electrified the crowd by streaking 45 yards down the field to score the win- ning touchdown and, incidentallv, to keep his record of " a touchdown per game " intact. The game was one rapid succession of spectacular, breath-taking plays. Second in color only to the final touchdown plav, was that great L. S. U. pass, started as a reverse, changed into a lateral, and ending in a long pass from Mickal to Barret, who was stopped just short of a score by Loftin. Seago ' s score, made after snatching the ball which had been bobbled about for several seconds by half of each team, was another hair-raising moment. Simons and Mickal were by far not the only men to cover themselves with glory. " Barney " Mintz, Dick Hardv. Charlie Kvle, Homer Robinson, Bill Moss, Bob Simon, Roy Ary, Joe Loftin, " Buckv " Bryan, Marion Monk, Dave Pace, and every member of the Greenie squad who plaved did so in an inspired, superb man- ner. Gaynell Tinsley. a sophomore end. was the outstanding man on the defeated team and inferior to no one on the field. ' Little Monk " and " Big Monk GOULD GAME wiik STANLEY D. LODRIGUES Fullback Called upon to fill the shoes of his injured captain, Stan turned in a surprisingly excellent game that immediately merited him varsity honors. His splendid blocking and running in the Temple game vill never be for- gotten. Stanley Lodrigues smears Smuckler for a six-yard loss. TULANE, 20— TEMPLE, 14 As a crowning achievement to a very successful season during which, aside from numerous other honors, they had annexed the Southeastern Conference champion- ship, Tulane ' s great 1934 football machine came from far behind to conquer the Warner-coached Temple Owls on New Year ' s Day in the first annual Sugar Bowl game. The contest attracted nation-wide attention, drawing football enthusiasts from every part of the country. Tulane ' s victory was the result of a sheer " won ' t lose " attitude on the part of every player. With grim determination, the Wave set about, after momentarily stopping the great Owl back, Dave Smukler, late in the second quarter to over- come a staggering 14-point lead. One breath-taking, spectacular play put the Greenies well on their way toward vic- tory. On the kickoif, immediately follow- ing the final Temple touchdown, John McDaniel latteraled the ball to " Little Monk " Simons, who raced 65 yards behind perfect interference to score the first Wave touchdown. " Barney " Mintz successfully converted. Temple made a scoring threat at this point, but were stopped as the half ended. The second half opened with an even more inspired Olive and Blue eleven tak- ing the field. Paced by " Bucky " Bryan, who made consistent, long gains through the Temple line, the Greenies shortly were again in scoring position. A double pass behind the line placed the ball on the Owl 20-yard line. Lodrigues bucked the line for a first down and then Bryan com- pleted a pass to Dick Hardy for the sec- ond Greenie touchdown. With the score now standing at 14-13, the entire starting backfield was rushed in WILTZ C. OTT Quarterback Another hold-out for future play is Wiltz. His work at quarter has been closely watched and will see use against many op- ponents in coming seasons. ARCHIBALD B. D. SAINT End Archie faced opposition in two or three games in a very creditable manner and will probably be among the leading ends next year. V . PORTER TULL Center Another one of those men held out for future play, Porter, with three years of ball ahead of him, should be a top-notch performer. SAM M. FREESE, JR. Guard Sam was still another sophomore who was not permitted to face baptismal fire yet, but is being saved for future competition. OTT SAINT FREESE LODRIGUES i yuihn T ALBERT J. FLETTRICH Fullback Al is Mill amnlier excellent full- liaek prospect «lio, being kept from competition this year, wi " face his first varsity test next vear. CHARLES P. EDDY, JR. Tackle llekl over for initial competition next year, much will be expected of Charlie, who has shown up well in practice scriinmages. WOODROW ARMSTRONG Guard riiis powerful guard, vho will join the varsity ranks for the first time next year, should de- velop into an A-i first-stringer. LOUIS A. MAHONEY Student Manager Dllen the manager has the most unappreciative position on the team. Let us give a tribute to one vhose splendid service was indispensable. WILLIAM G. NICHOLS, JR. Halfback Hill tasted varsity competition for the first time this year and showed up so well that much is being expected of him next season. Dick Hardy catches sensational pass and evades Owl to tnake touchdown. TULANE, 20— TEMPLE, 14 and on the next play, Mintz again con- verted to bring the score up to a 14-14 tie. Thus the game stood until the last quarter, when, after the excitement-mad throng had begun to believe that the teams were so evenly matched there would be no more scoring, the Greenies came through with another, the winning touchdown. This final tally was made on a freak, almost uncanny, play. Mintz shot a pass, intended for Hardy, but which was hit and deflected by Mowrey of Temple. The ball took a fortunate hop and barely touched the tips of Hardy ' s clutching fingers. He made a desperate lunge and managed to hold the pigskin, and then with it securely locked under his arm, sped down the field over the Owl goal for the last score of the day. The conversion was unsuccessful. " Little Monk " Simons, " Barney " Mintz, " Bucky " Bryan, and Dick Hardy played stellar roles, each having contributed to the Wave ' s final score, but Simons of Tulane, and Smukler of Temple, both mentioned as Ail-American calibre, held the spotlight for the day. Smukler scored twice, while " Monk, " finishing his career with his season ' s record of " a touchdown a game " intact, made his customary touch- down. Several men, who had not particularly distinguished themselves before this game, entered the game as unknown quantities and each one covered himself with glory. Smither, replacing Bob Simon, who was out with a broken ' ertebra; Noel Lottin, who replaced Home Robinson after he was taken from the game with a fractured skull recei ' cd in a head-on collison with " Danny " Testa of Temple: and Bernie Evans and Bill Arv, both 60-minute per- formers. They were all unheralded head- liners for the day. FLETTRICH EDDY ARMSTRONG MAHONEY «0 ■ eSL. I NICHOLS Bill Moss and Dick Hardy get in Yates ' s way in the L. S. U. game. Charlie Kyle stretches out to receive a long pass. Page 144 ' Barney " rips over tackle with Stan Lodriguez and " Bernie " Evans clearing the way in L, S. U. game. Bucky " Bryan skirts right end for Greenie gain in roiupio game. I ' ai f 7 5 te k te iim.ait FOOTBy LL When Coach Ted Bank issued his call for candidates for the freshman football team, fifty- one promising yearlings reported to him and his assistants, NoUie Felts and Charlie Rucker. This was one of the largest and most promising squads in years. For their first game, Coach Bank took thirty players to Tuscaloosa to meet the Baby Elephants from Alabama. Fresh from a 44-0 victory over the Mississippi State freshmen, these Crimson Tide yearlings looked forward confidently to tak- ing the Tulanians into camp. Instead, they met a team that not only out-fought them, but out- played them most of the game. Up and down the field the Billow drove, but were unable to cross that final white stripe. Meanwhile, Ala- bama had scored on a " fluke " play. On a fake punt and a 69-yard run, halfback Roberts scored the only touchdown of the game. The final score was 7-0, but it fails to show the fine fight and ability the Greenies demonstrated. For the second time of the season, the Baby Billow of Tulane bowed in defeat by the narrow margin of one touchdown, this time at the hands of the Little Bengals from Louisiana State. For the tenth time in as many years the Wavelets failed to overcome the jinx and whip the Tiger frosh. Still, even in defeat the Tulanians showed their traditional fight and displayed enough ability to more than hold their own with the baby Bengals. Again it was a " fluke " play that whipped them, a forward pass that caught their secondary COACH TED BANK napping was good for the needed points. The Billow line played magnificently, again and again repulsing the Tigerlets ' running attack. Their own defensive worked smoothly, but they lacked that final punch to put the ball over. Twice they brought the ball down to the goal, only to have the Bengals stiffen and take the ball on downs. It was a heart-breaking game to lose. The final score was 6-0. Even though their actual playing season against outside competition was not so successful, the Tulane freshman football team did some really outstanding work. Their scrimmages against the varsity and their fine work in their two games stamped them as a formidable ag- gregation of gridders, many of whom should rise to the heights of football fame at Tulane. Those players who received their freshmen numerals were: Nick J. Accardo, McNeely Avants, Calvin K. Benedict, Lucien J. Cutrera, John F. Dirmann, Jr., Robert S. Dexheimer, Bill V. Flowers, Edwin J. Friedrichs, Carl F. Goll, Louis H. B. Graham, George N. Haik, Norman B. Hall, Jr., Victor K. LaRocca, James B. Mc- Grath, George Manteris, Louis J. B. Mestier, Jr., Raymond H. Miller, Jr., James A. Moreau, John E. Nelson, Raymond O. Nussbaum, Hugh G. Pavne, William M. Payne, Robert E. Schmidt, Leonard Tolusso, R. Miller Upton, Sawyer H. Vincent, Daniel J. Water- meier, Claude H. Weaver, Arthur G. Williams, and Eugene C. Wise. Back Row: Dirmann, Accardo, Friedrichs. Flowers. Vincent. Nelson, Upton, Tolusso, Nussbaum. Second Row: Wise, Hall, Watermeier, Moreau, McGratli, Williams, Mestier, Payne, H., Graham, Goll. First Row: Miller. Dexheimer, Schmidt, Benedict, Manteris, Avants, LaRocca, Cutrera, Weaver, Payne, W ' . M A %w ? ' :; f m W -- ■ ' m-. m m mm » m ® r « ! Page 146 CAPTAIN CLAUDE SIMONS, JR. BASKETl f BALL U 3 TULANE experienced during the 1935 season what was perhaps her most disastrous venture into conference basketball. Faced with a difficult schedule and an inexperienced squad, Coach Ray Dauber opened his second season at Tulane in an inauspicious manner, dropping nine straight games before breaking into the win column. Only Kendall Cram, Claude Simons, and Leslie Hebert were back from the previous season ' s varsity, and Grant Jahncke, a sharp-shooting forward, was ineligible un- til mid-term. To somewhat help the situation, a fine group of sophomore cagers came up, on whom Coach Dauber was dependent for the nucleus of his team. However, even this hope was partially blasted when the post-season football game kept several of these off the court. With the outlook bleak. Coach Dauber had to send his team against one of the strongest quintets in the country, the Kentucky Colonels. Led bv six- and-a-half foot Lerov Edwards, the Kentuckians took both games of the series, the first b - 38-9, and run- ning the second up to 52-12. In both these games, diminutive Kendall Cram led the Green Wave in scoring and in defensive play, with Bobby Monsted and Ernie Carrere, two fine sophomores, doing their share. Although completely outclassed bv their vastly superior opponents. Coach Daubers aggrega- tion showed some promise with nice defensive play and good team-work. Six Alabama Rose Bowl players joined their bas- ketball squad in New Orleans to help hand the Tulane cage team two straight defeats, 24-12 and 31-26. This game marked the return of Captain Claude Simons, Hughes Schneidau, and Gus Clark, who participated with the W ' ave grid team in the Sugar Bowl tilt. Howe cr, the return of these three was not enough to stem the accurate prowess of the Alabamians, consequentU- resulting in the fourth consecutive loss for the Greenies. The Greenies journeyed to Knoxville in hopes of breaking their losing streak, but the Tennessee cagers put on an unexpected hurst of piower and vanquished Tulane in both games. Although they lost the first game 38-18, Tulane uncovered a star in Ernie Carrere, who not only performed brilliantly at center, but scored half of Tulane ' s points. In the second encounter, with the count 39-27, Carrere was again outstanding, scoring nine points. Captain Paffe i y a A SUMMARY of Ik e CRAM McCLOSKEY MONSTED CARRERE Coach Ray Dauber developed many stalwart sophomores into real basketball players. Harry Anderson and soph Floyd Marshall led Ten- nessee to victory in both games. Tulane met its seventh and eighth defeats, this time two more at the hands of Kentucky. Playing on their home court, the Colonels ran up 63 points in the first game, while Tulane could garner but 26. In the second game the score was 55-12. " Little Monk " Simons jumped into the limelight along with Ernie Carrere, both being the leading scorers for the Wave cagers during this series. Number nine came at the hands of Vanderbilt, who took the Greenies into camp by 50-34. For the first time during the season the Greenies showed real accuracy in their shooting, but their defense could not cope with the Vandy marksmen. Ernie Carrere, " Doc " Schneidau, Captain Simons and another soph, Bobby Lockett, led the Greenies. Only one game was played with Vandy. For the first time in Tulane basketball history, a prep school basketball game was played prior to the varsity game. This was done to help increase the attendance, which had fallen off, due to the Greenies poor showings on the court. However, the throng that attended the opening game against Ole Miss saw an almost entirely different team, a fighting team, possessed with plenty of ability and team-work. They fought, and they fought hard, but they just couldn ' t turn the trick, the final scoring being 43-20, in favor of the visiting Mississippians. Again Tulane Page 148 ) KETBALL SEASON SCHNEIDAU THORN LOCKETT HALL HARRIS followers resigned themselves to another series lost, and many did not take the trouble to see the fol- lowing game. But, what a surprise they missed! The Tulane cagers showed that their flashes of form on the preceding night were really signs of latent ability, and came through with a decisive 41-23 vic- tory over the Mississippi team. Ole Miss was good, and Rab Rodgers, their ace forward, was " on, " but Tulane had finally broken the jinx and had come through to a glorious victory. Ernie Carrere, Bobby Lockctt and Boisey McCloskey, shared scoring hon- ors, each getting nine points. Although the season is not yet over, Tulane has shown enough promise to warrant an optimistic out- look, not only for the remainder of the season, but for next year. The team this year was handicapped by lack of height, but made up for this with plenty of fire and speed. Ernie Carrere played sterling ball in every game, displaying a sure eye for the basket and doing some fine defensive work. During the early part of the season, Carrere jumped center, but was later moved to a forward spot. Lean, lanky Bobbv Lockctt did the jumping for the Greenies dur- ing the latter part ot the season, and did a fine job. " Doc " Schncidau, who was a leading prep school player, was handicapped by a long season of football and had some difficulty in getting accustomed to the change. Even then, " Doc " displa d flashes of his brilliant game and should be one of the most valuable players next season. Bobby Monsted was another sophomore who came through in fine style. His smashing defensive work was outstanding all through the season, and his occasional scoring helped a great deal. Captain Claude Simons, after leading the Green Wave to a successful football season, joined his teammates on the court and played some fine basketball. " Little Monk ' s " roughness often discon- certed enemy forwards, while his accurate work un- der the basket was a thorn to the opposing guards, l is bang-up game will be sorely missed by the Green Wave cagers when they take the floor next season. Boisey McCloskey, the smallest man on the team, started out as a forward and was then shifted back to a guard position. He reached his peak in the second encounter with Ole Miss, vindicating Coach Dauber ' s judgment in giving him a varsity post. Kendall Cram, who divides his time between basketball and tennis, again this year showed Tulane fans that he is one of the best " little " players to ever wear the Olive and Blue uniform. His speed and accurate shooting stamped him as an outstanding performer, and his agility and splendid defensive work made him popu- lar with the fans. The prospect for next year is much brighter. The sophomores of this year will have a year ' s experience in Coach Dauber ' s basketball behing them, and re- ports from Coach Les Lautenschlaeger indicate that he has a top-notch freshman team. Page i Q ON THE CINDER PATH HOWARD SMITH, GREENIE HURDLER, STEPS HIGH With its point earning capacity resting too heavily on the shoulders of a very few outstanding individuals, Tulane ' s 1934 Track Team, while a peer to the average conference squad, was several notches inferior to a championship aggregation. In their initial competition of the season, the Greenies succeeded in tying with Rice in third place, bowing before L. S. U. and Southwestern, in the Southwestern Relays. One first place, one second, and three thirds were earned by the Wave representatives. The half-mile relay team, composed of Marcus Ruben- stein, Simon Herold, Adolphe Billet, and Herman Neugass, was the only Olive and Blue first place winner. The 440-yard relay team of Herold, Neugass, " Little Monk " Simons, and " Barney " Mintz took a second and the mile relay group of the Rubenstein brothers. Billet, and Lenny Oppenheim placed third. Simons took a third in the javelin with a throw of 166 feet. Thorn sprang somewhat of a surprise by nearly nosing out the favorites in the 120-yard high hurdles but finally took third. In what was said to be the most e.xciting race of the meet, the Greenies were nosed out of a win by L. S. U. ' s Tigers in the 440-yard relay. Herold started the run and was just behind Saxon at the end of the first lap. Neugass took the baton and streaked out to give Simons a lead, a lead he held despite all the might and main of " Slats " Hardin, All-American quarter-miler. In the last lap, Mintz was beaten to the tape by inches by Stockwell who fell across the tape in a final desperate lunge. A fast-stepping mile relay team decided a track meet against the Greenies as Alabama ' s Crimson Tide eked out a 61-56 victory over them in their initial inter-col- legiate meet of the year. Herman Neugass won the century in 9.8 seconds and the 220 in good time despite the slow track, while Charlie Thorn ran off with first places in each of the hurdle races. Both were tied for high-point honors of the meet, each having amassed ten. " Barney " Mintz and Leslie Hebert took every point in the broad jump with leaps of 22 feet 10 ' 4 inches and 22 feet 9 ' 2 inches, respec- tively. " Little Monk " Simons gave the final push on an up-hill battle to make a relay race a necessity by making the best throw he had made to send the javelin 176 feet 8 inches to beat Nogi of Alabama by two feet. But the most spectacular event of this spectacular meet was the final, climacteric relay race which the ' Bamians ran in 3 minutes 31 seconds to break a 56-56 deadlock. Starting in the inside lane, " Doc " Tierney of Alabama jumped to an early lead on the first curve but was passed by Billet who had won the quarter-mile race earlier in the meet, and Oppenheim took the baton with a ten-yard lead. However, Bob Raymond, Emmett Alder, and Charlie Stapp were a little too much for the Greenies, Alabama taking the relay and the meet. The Greenies won a moral victory over L. S. U. s na- tional champion Tigers by earning almost twice as many points as they were generally conceded. The final score, however, was 73 2-3 to 43 1-3, decisive enough to the 1,200 fans that witnessed the muddy meet. Despite the mud and mire, the competition was keen and many excellent marks were made. Jack Torrance of L. S. U. pulled the outstanding feat of the meet by tossing the shot 52 feet 2 inches to take first place in that event. Nathan Blair of the Tigers heaved the javelin 200 feet 3 inches and Herman Neugass of the Page ISO VARSITY TRACK SQUAD Slanding: CoACH Oakes Simons, He- BRRT, TiiORS ' , Cleveland, Neuoass, Gav, Manager. Kncilinij: Siiepard, Rubenstein, A., Torrauo, Rl ' besstein, M., Perez, Marks. Silting: Billet, Herold, McI.eli.as, Cafferv, Smith. MILE RELAY TEAM RLUESsihi.s, M., Marks, Billet, Rubenstein, a. SIMON HEROLD " LITTLE MONK " Hurls the Javelik FRESHMAN TRACK TEAM Q COACH FRITZ OAKES Frifz has developed many record breakon for the Olive and Blue. Adolphe Billet, Greenie flash, winning the spectacular 440-yard dash in the meet with L. S. U. Wave stepped the century in 10 second flat and the 220 in 22.2 on a track almost completely inundated. Charlie Thorn, too, handed in a very creditable performance in the high hurdles, winning that event in 15 seconds flat. Thorn, incidentally, took high-scoring honors with a total of 10 2-3 points, earned by a first in the high hurdles, a second in the lows, and was one of the three tied in the high jump. Three placed second in high- scoring honors. All had ten points. Torrance took first place in the shot and discus, Neugass in the 100 and 220, and John Sanders, the Tiger ' s outstanding distance man, easy victories in the mile and two-mile runs. The relay, which went to Tulane in 3 minutes 32.2 seconds, was one of the most exciting events of the meet. Marcus Rubenstein, Albert Rubenstein, Eddie Marks, and Adolphe Billet composed the winning team. Leslie Hebert won the broad jump with a leap of 23 feet 6 inches, leading the runner-up by nearly a foot. Perez and Lodrigues of Tulane and Abbott and Newell of L. S. U., all tied for first in the pole vault while Thorn, Eddie McLellan and Stewart, the latter of L. S. U., all tied in the high jump. With only three men taking places, the Wave placed fifth in the conference meet, held in Birmingham, by taking four second places and one fifth. Herman Neugass, Captain-elect, was again the star for the Oakes squad, totaling 8 points, with seconds in the century and furlong. Charlie Thorn took five points, going second to Fisher of L. S. U. in a 14.7 second high hurdle race and fifth in the lows. Leslie Hebert, barely missed .a first place in the broad jump. Howard Smith, the fourth Wave star entered, had trouble with an in- jured leg and failed to place in either of the hurdle races. L. S. U. won the meet with 74 V, points. Auburn, Georgia, and Alabama finishing in order. In the nationals, Neugass qualified in the 100, was nosed out in the 220 and failed to place in the finals. Thorn failed to qualify in either of the hurdle races while Hebert qualified and came in eighth in the broad jump. MURRAY CLEVELAND AND LESLIE HEBERT Track Co-Captains, pause for the camera. Page 152 BASEBALL « TLILANL Although haschall was still played as a strictly intra- mural sport, the " famous national game, " with a marked increase in interest, continued its upward trend in popu- larity. The sport was conducted in league form with each of the various schools participating. In the opening series of this, the third year of the intra-mural competitive idea, the Arts and Sciences, Com- merce, and Medics downed their respective opponents to jump into a quick league lead. The Arts and Sciences nine defeated the Physical Eds 7-4 as Joe Davies went the route against three rival pitchers. Commerce de- feated the Lawyers 4-3 in a game that went two extra innings. The Meds romped over the Engineers, 9-2. The Arts and Sciences nine trounced the Medics in their next game by a score of 5-2 and then clinched the league lead by downing the Engineers 9-5 to make it three straight victories. Meantime, the rest of the standings were thrown into confusion as the Physical Eds downed the Shysters in a one-sided, free hitting contest, 13-5. The Shysters came back strong in their next game, and, in a thrilling contest, were barely nosed out by the Medical School, losing by one point, 6-5. Thus far, the record books showed the Arts and Sciences team to be also leading with the number of runs scored, 21. The Physical Eds, with 17, were second. Dean Allen of the Medics led with individual runs scored with a total of 6 while Joe Davies of the leading Arts and Sciences squad was second with 5 tallies. In their next scheduled contest, the Arts and Sciences automatically were credited with a victory on a default by the Lawyers who were unable to gather their entire squad. Commerce ' s hard-fighting nine jumped into a possible championship by nosing out the Medics, 4-3, in another exciting nip-and-tuck battle. This victory placed them, with a record of three wms and no losses, in a tie for first place with the leading Gibson Hall nine who were credited with four wins and no lefeats. With Joe Davies leading the batting attack, the Arts and Sciences school maintained a perfect record by down- ing the Commerce team 10-6 in the final game of the play. McGhee of the victors pitched excellent ball, his team making a six-run lead before the Commerce squad scored once. The final standing was as follows: Arts and Sciences, Commerce, Medicine, Physical Eds, and Engineering and Law were tied for last place. DAVIES, HEEBE, McGHEE, SMITH, SIMONS BREWER, THOMAS, AKINHEAD, LeSLANC, M., WATSON rC V ' ' " , ' " ■ ' 5S THE TENNIS RACKET Facing their initial year ' s competition while under the tutelage of Emmett Pare, Tulane ' s tennis team, bolstered by the return of many veterans of former great squads, emerged from their schedule of fourteen matches with scarcely a blemish on their record. Opening the season ' s competition, the Greenie rac- queteers conquered the City Parksters in characteristic fashion, taking four of the six singles matches and two of three doubles. Sutter, Hume, Haspel, and Norwood were victorious in the singles, while teams of Sutter and Cram, and Hume and Haspel won in the doubles. In a surprise score, the New Orleans Tennis Club downed the Greenies decisively, letting them take only one match, in the singles, that of Cram over Murray. For the second consecutive year, the Texas University team played a tie match with the Greenies — Sutter beating Buxby in the No. 1 match of the day. Against Rice, the Greenies encountered little trouble and emerged victor by a 6 to count. In the singles, Sutter, Cram, Hume, and Haspel, all downed their opponents with little trouble. In a return match, Rice fared little better, this time taking only one match — Hess taking Sutter in straight sets. Dick Haspel was forced into an extra set to take Atler, but Kendall Cram and Charlie Hume practically walked through their opposition. Doubles teams of Sutter and Cram, and Hume and Haspel, took their matches in straight sets. With Eddie Sutter leading the way with an easy straight set victory over Charlie Diel, the Olive and Blue netmen continued their winning streak by outscoring L. S. U. five matches to one. The lone Tiger victory came when Dowell took Ashton Phelps, playing his first inter-collegiate match, 6-3, 6-3. Cram dropped only two games as he won in straight sets and Hume, scoring at will, won 6-2, 6-3 over Perez. Cram and Sutter, paired in the No. 1 doubles match, after losing three games, settled down and finished the match with a love set. Hume and Haspel, losing only four games, downed Cannon and Dowell in straight sets. Dropping only one set during the afternoon, the Tulane netmen white-washed L. S. U. ' s Tigers for a second time in a return match. Co-Captain Eddie Sutter took Diel ' s measure in straight sets, slowing up after a love set to take the second, 6-4. Ken Cram allowed only two games to slip by as he conquered John Cannon, 6-0, 6-2. Co- Captain Charlie Hume allowed the opposition only one game as he coasted through to the most decisive victory of the match. Dick Haspel and Willard Dowell met in the most closely contested match of the day with Haspel finally winning in three sets. The doubles team of Sutter and Cram defeated Cannon and Dowell, 6-1, 6-1, while the pair of Hume and Haspel, defeated Diel and Isaminger, 6-0, 6-1. The Greenies swamped the University of Cincinnati ' s squad by taking every match without even losing a set. Sutter eased up after taking the first set and was forced to a 9-7 set by Fox. Cram quickly and easily won his match over Vidle, losing but three games. Hume dropped four games as he took the measure of Austing, 6-3, 6-1. Haspel downed Beckholz in straight sets with little trouble. Sutter and Cram, and Hume and Haspel, took the doubles matches in smooth style. Another clean sweep immediately followed as the Greenies, dropping only eighteen games the entire match, downed Kentucky without losing a single set. Eddie Sutter lost only one game as he took the No. 1 match 6-1, 6-0. Ken Cram, Charlie Hume, and Dick Haspel were all in good form and had little t rouble winning. Climaxing its season, the team downed Alabama with- out losing a match, but with slightly more difficulty than in the preceding few matches. Eddie Sutter took a 6-1, 6-1 match in the opener, but Charlie Hume, playing an up- hill battle all the way, had difficulty with Hamilton, win- ning, 5-7, 6-4, 6-4. Ken Cram defeated Simpson in easy fashion, while Haspel fairly romped over Grant, dropping only one game in the final set. Sutter and Cram won their doubles match in straight sets but Hume and Haspel, after dropping their initial one, came back to take two, 6-4, 6-4, and the match. An enthusiastic crowd enjoys one of the Spring tennis matches. Page IS4 - COACH EMMETT PARE i EDDIE SUHER Pane 755 ERNEST SUTTER r—- " , . ;jj _ J j l JL JB IH BB B ' ; - I E ROBERT W. DARAY CAPTAIN of the Sreenie Golf Team ALTHOUGH hampered by a lack of material . from which to build a strong team, the Tu- lane Golf Team of 1934 did make a creditable showing and gave great promise of having a pow- erful aggregation in 1935. Members of the team were selected by means of a 72-hole medal play tournament. The tryout matches were held at the Audubon Golf Club, the Colonial Country Club, and two of the matches were held at the New Orleans Country Club. Captain Bob Daray, who was selected to lead the Greenie foursome in 1934 because of his fine showing on the 1933 team, led the field in the tryouts at the beginning of the last eighteen holes but because of a fine finish on the part of Charlie Moore, a sophomore candidate for the squad, lost ane i the number one position by one stroke. Jack O ' Con- nor, John Blair, and Ed White finished in the num- ber three, four and alternate position respectively. Cap- tain Daray and Moore made up the number one doubles team, while O ' Connor and Blair composed the number two team. Weakened by the loss of its two most experienced players from last year, ex-Captain Rudolph Schulze and Jack Schwab, the Greenie foursome met with defeat in its first collegiate match of 1934. This match was played with Louisiana State University over the West- dale Country Club course at Baton Rouge. Moore lost to Bobby Anderson, the Louisiana State Golf champion, 3 to 0. Daray lost to Vance Liddell, 3 to 0. Moore and Daray teamed to tie the L. S. U. twosome of An- derson and Liddell. Jack Chambers of L. S. U. de- feated Jack O ' Connor of Tulane, 3 to 0. John Blair turned in a 2 to 1 victory over Buster Anderson of L. S. U. Chambers and Buster Anderson teamed to de- feat O ' Connor and Blair in the doubles match, 3 to 0. In a return match with L. S. U. held at the Colonial Country Club in New Orleans, although the team was defeated, it gave evidence of improvement in form. The final score of this match was L. S. U., 11 4, Tulane, 6 ' 4. Charlie Moore turned in the outstanding per- formance of the day by a two-to-one victory over Bobby Anderson, state champion and star Tiger player. An- derson bested Moore in the morning round, but the Tulanian came back strong in the afternoon, dropping a twelve-foot put on the final green for a beautiful eagle three and the match. Displaying a beautiful brand of golf, Vance Liddell of L. S. U. defeated the Greenie captain, Bob Daray, 3 to 0. Moore and Daray divided the No. 1 doubles match with Anderson and Liddell, VA to IV . Buster Anderson defeated John Blair, 2 ' to Yi, in the third match of the day. Ed White, playing in his first intercollegiate competition, defeated Preston Griffith of L. S. U., lYj to Y . In the No. 2 doubles match. Buster Anderson and Grif- fith defeated Blair and White of Tulane, 3 to 0. In the third intercollegiate match, Tulane sent a two- man team against Spring Hill College of Mobile. The Greenie team, composed of Captain Bob Daray and Charlie Moore, proved to be a smooth working pair and shut out the Hillians by a score of 9 to 0. Daray Paye 756 Qjl SEASON and Moore gained a fine advantage over the Badger players, Charley Traynor and Bruce Braswell, in the first nine holes and never relinquished this lead throughout the day. The final score of this match was Tulane, 3; Spring Hill, 0. In the singles matches, Moore had little trouble with Traynor, winning as he pleased, for a 3 to victory. Daray, in his singles match against Braswell, was forced to give an exhibition of his ability as a fine match player. Daray, finding himself with thre- holes left to p ' ay in the morning round, rallied brilliantly to win the last three holes in succession to come through with a one-up victory. Captain Daray had little trouble in winning his afternoon match. This victory gave the Greenies a total of 9 points to their opponents ' 0. The last ha ' f of th? match was p ' ay?d in a driving wind and rain, but the Spring Hill students showed FREDERICK HARD COACH Under his generalship the Tu- lane Golf Team had a most successful season. their college spirit by following the play in spite of the weather. This match with Spring Hill closed the 1934 competition for the Greenies. Judging from the number of good golfers eligible, the prospects for the 1935 golf team look more promising than they have been for years. As a foundation on which to build the 1935 team, Tulane will have the return of its two veteran campaigners, Bob Daray and Charlie Moore, playing in their last year for Tulane. Blair and White will also be eligible for the team again this year. Tulane ' s strongest opposition for the com- ing year will come from the L. S. U. foursome, as it has in past years. Led by Fred Haas, Jr., the South- ern Amateur Champion and Western Junior Cham- pion, the Tigers can be counted on to be the strongest team the Greenies will play during the 1935 season. THR GOLF TEAM White, O ' Connor, Captain Daray, Blair, Moore Mike Maroun floors his opponent with a left hook in the match with Ole Miss ALWYN J. JUSTRABO Cdptarn Featherweight Captain Al Justrabo is an easy winner over the Ole Miss featherweight mitman. MICHEL A. MAROUN Bantamweight Page 158 The pugilistic representatives of Tulane University continued the fine showings they have demonstrated for the past five years. Faced with a lack of experienced material, and a heavy schedule ahead, the outlook was none too optimistic; but Coach Ted Bank, using three or four veterans as a nucleus, rebuilt another powerful squad which started slowly and gradually rolled into championship form. The first matches of the season were against Florida, held in the Tulane gym. Last year Florida came down with a group of clowns who instead of fighting clowned their way through. This year, however, the Gators came down to the Crescent City with a real bunch of scrap- pers. In the first match, Mike Maroun slugged his way to a decision over Jack Pinkerton. Captain Justrabo had a little trouble, but finally came through with a decision over Florida ' s Captain, Bob McMullan. The next match was even closer, but his aggressiveness and a fine left jab brought Charlie Houlgrave the decision and made the count 3-0 in favor of Tulane. In his debut as an Olive and Blue boxer, Ernie Edmundson boxed nicely during the first round but some stiff punching by the Floridian, Dan Allen, put him in a bad way and his seconds were forced to throw in the towel, giving his op- ponent a technical knockout. Bill Nichols fought against the Gators in the junior middleweight division and waged a game but losing fight against Jess Farrell. This left the count at 3-2, still in favor of Tulane, but the next match tied the score when Ed West fell a victim before another hard-punch- ing Gator, Bob Livesay. Howard Rau, fighting as a light-heavy, found himself up against the ace of the Florida team and although he fought gamely, he was no match for his clever and hard-punching opponent, Sam " BUCKY " BRYAN Junior Middleweight CHARLES HOULGRAVE Lightweight tail tL ROPES Davis. Rau took some terrific punches before the towel came in. This put Florida in the lead, 4-3, but they had to forfeit the heavyweight match to Dan Mabel of Tulane, tieing the score 4-4. After several weeks of stiff workouts, the Tulane box- ers came up against the highly-touted Ole Miss scrap- pers, who had previously whipped Alabama, 7-1. To start the night, dependable Mike Maroun again punched his way to victory, this time upsetting the favored Tony Rosseti. Sonny Ballard of Ole Miss gave Captain Justrabo a few bad moments with his long, flicking left, but the fighting Tulanian soon picked holes in his de- fense and punched his way to a clear-cut victory. At the bell, Leo Smith of Ole Miss came tearing out of his corner and landed three punches on Charlie Houlgrave ' s chin, which sent the Tulanian sprawling to the canvas in only 14 seconds. Hazel Lackey of Ole Miss punched Pat Ball of Tulane at will and conquered him easily with open hand smashes. In what was considered the feature bout of the evening, " Bucky " Bryan astonished the large crowd by putting on an amazing boxing exhibition before stowing Joe West of Ole Miss away in the third round. " Bucky " was clearly superior in all departments and when he did open up, the crowd got a glimpse of his famed " tiger " punching. He almost lifted West into the air on that final, sleep- producing punch. HOWARD RAU Light-Heavyweight COACH TED BANK Page j-;q ERNEST EDMUNDSON, Welterweight; BILL NICHOLS. Junior Middleweight; DAN MABEL, Heavyweight; HAROLD MEMTSAS, Middleweight; LAWRENCE JAUBERT, Manager; Ed West. Middleweight. Harold " Hoss " Memtsas put Tulane further into the lead by taking a close decision o ' er Juhe Levine, Captain of the Mississippi team. In a fight that had the fans roaring and yelUng, Howard Rau decisioned Johnny Madre of Mississippi. Madre started the first round off with a bang, hitting Rau easily and leading on the in- fighting. Then, as though infuriated, Rau opened up and punched his foe all the way across the ring into a corner where the two banged and whaled away at each other. Blood streamed from Madre ' s nose, both were so tired they could hardly stand, but still they punched and smashed at each other. Rau clearly was the victor in a big surprise. In the final bout of the evening, Dan Mabel was no match for 240-pound Clarence Hapes of Mississippi. Surprisingly swift for so big a man, Hapes punched with hammer-like blows and soon heat Mabel to the canvas for a k.o. in the second round. This made the final score 5-3 in favor of Tulane. One more series is yet to be met, those with Louisiana State. So far the Greenies have shown fine style, especi- ally in those matches against the powerful Ole Miss team. Much praise should go to Coach Bank and his sterling performers for the fine way they carried Tulane ' s unspoiled escutcheon into the boxing wars. Page ibo ; eiic a ewcant COLLEGE The enthusiasm with which the Ncwcombites turn out for sports is certainly a tribute to the excellence of the Newcomh Athletic Department, which has a most in- clusive schedule and an equipment complete to the last detail. It is progressive and up to date as shown by this year ' s change in the regulation costume from brown full bloomers to sporty blue shorts. Athletics in some form are compulsory until the senior year. The board and blase seniors are not required to participate at all, but the lure of the Newcomb sports brought out fifty seniors this year, representing about three-fourths of the class. An interesting feature of the athletic department is the point system, which is a great inducement to the stu- dents to enter all the sports. Points are won by par- ticipation in sports, special honors falling to the chosen few who make the class teams. Six hundred points are required for the Newcomb " N, " one thousand for the sweater, thirteen hundred for the pin, and fifteen hun- dred for the bronze and blue blanket. MYRTLE PALMISANO. ONE OF NEWCOMBS STARS IN ARCHERY. The schedule of the department is so arranged that major sports are consecutive, while several minor sports are offered at the same time. In all the athletics there is keen inter-class rivalry. The first major sport of the year is Newcomb Basket- ball, which is a game cherished at Newcomb because in- vented by Miss Baer, former director of Newcomb Physi- cal Education. Toward the end of the first quarter the inter-class matches are held to determine the school champions. This year the freshmen downed the upper- classmen. For those who do not care for this sport there are such activities as swimming, diving, apparatus work, bowling, ping-pong, fencing and badminton. Swimming continues throughout the year and a meet is usually held in May. During the second quarter hockey is given the lime- light, and those who like a good fast game and strenuous exercise throw themselves into it with zest. The hockey season also culminates in a spirited inter-class competi- tion, the seniors taking the prize this year. The beginning of the second semester is devoted chief- ly to Spaulding Basketball, the high light of which is the Varsity-Alumnae game. This last semester is also the season for archery, volley ball, tennis and deck tennis. The tennis tournament begins soon after mid-term exams. The big day for tennis fans comes some time in April, when the final matches are played off, followed by the Tennis Tea held in honor of the winner. In the merry scramble of games and outdoor sports aesthetic aspects of physical culture are not neglected however. Classes in tap and rythmic dancing are held throughout the year, while in the spring members of the Junior class prepare their dances for their annual May Day pageant. The performance of the members of the dancing classes is one of the features of the annual G m Night Program held at the end of March, at which the stars of fencing, tumbling, apparatus work, and Danish gymnastics also exhibit their bag of tricks. In the last quarter baseball and track vie with each other for the center of interest. The b.iseball season comes to an hilarious finis with the varsit ' -faculty game, in which the otherwise staid and sober professors forget their traditional dignity and enter the game with zest. The last and biggest event of ail and the one which closes the years acti ' ities is Field Day. held in Mav. All classes are dismissed for the afternoon, and Ncw- combites circulate from one athletic performance to the other to watch the manv events in progress, chief of which is the Track Meet. To the victor belongs the spoils, and winners of all the year ' s events are awarded their trophies at the Tulanc- Newcomb Trophy Night held before the close of school. I ' lUji- 101 Senior hockey team has the Newcomb Frosh on the run . . . Coco Jahncke and Augusta Walmsley play duck-duck . . . Ready for a plunge in the New- comb pool . . . Frances Fioward and Caroline Coates, badminton players par excellence . . . New- comb archers pull the bow . . . Hockey captains: Amy Smith, Celeste Lyons, Ernestine Moise, and Augusta Walmsley WHEN THE G E M rhc Freshman Hockey Team . . . Volleying on the Newcomb tennis courts . . . The Newcomb " Little Symphony . . . ' olleying on Newcomb tennis court . . . Senior-Freshman Hockey Game . . . Tap dancing class in action . . . Newcomb archers indulge in target practice Vi Ll S E r y r L A V s p 7 in t e ? II a THE LADIES jdfi ' ,M " - ' h " " i.U ' K ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' » ■ ¥ . %■ ti c,:;s Wm: ' ' 7 H r 7 d t a I c t n L t i c s - ' r. . mp . p T Adams, Argus, Bartlett, Blitz, Boggs, Born, Boyd. Carter, Cram, Cuiry Dennery, Doerries. Eustis. Goldman. Grundmann, Guice. l-lamlet. Hardy, Herold. Kelly Kulmer, Lazarus, Leach, Little, Lottinger, Many, Miazza, Mintz. Phelps. Poitevent Putzell, Reutor. Rodricru ' . Sunres. Sliilstonc, Tessier. Thorn, Toi ' fado. AVaochtcr. Webb TULANE PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL Officers F. San ' TRv Reed Chairman L. T. 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A ' ebb Lairance Eustis, Jr. John C. Thorn Simon Herold Lambert T. Boyd, Jr. Sigma Chi Phi Delia Tliela Delia Sigma Phi Phi Iota Alpha Cecil M. Sihlstone George D. Tessier Ernest H. Doerries Rene A. Torrado S. Gordon Reese Allan Liitle, Jr. Edwin J. Putzell, Jr. Adrian M. Rodriguez Alpha Tau Omega Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Pi Sigma Phi Epsilon John I.. Many 111 Koiuri J. .Xdams John C. Suares Robert D. Lottinger Pembroke O. Leach 1. IImhn Kikkpairick Richard J. Reuter, Jr. ' h.i.l m J. Curry, Jr. Sigma Phi Delia W ' lLHERI- L. . RGUS ' ernon P. Grundmann Page iSs PHI KAPPA SIGMA % hsens Blakeslee, Bohne, L... Bohne. Vl " ., Bonds. Booth, Cox. del Corral. Dickson Burden Estes. Ferrell. Frvmire. Getsinger. Girford. Gonzales. Guice. Hartman. Heckert Hinds. Huddle. Jones. Keith. Kohl, Mackie. Markel. Martin. Melun. Montagnet Newlin, C, Newlin, F., Nicholson, Plyler, Richmond, Simon, Simons, Waechter, Wright Foiaided at University of Pennsylvania, 1850 Colors: Gold and Black Mr. Malcolm H. B.arnes Dr. Ch.arles L. Brows- MU CHAPTER Eslablislied at Tulane in 1S5S Thirty-eight Active Chapters Fratres in Facultate Dr. Arthur A. Caire, Jr. Dr. Andrew V. Friedrichs Floiucr: Chrvsanthemum Dr. Sam Hobson ' Mr. Richard R. Kirk Mr. J. Karlem RiEss Dr. Willard R. Wirth Fratres ix Uxiversitate Robert J. Ahsens, Jr Hobart W. Blakeslee Laurance H. Bohne John ' C. Bonds, Jr Clarence E. Bonnett, Jr Edwin W. Booth, Jr Andrew J. Carroll, Jr Philip S. del Corral Adair L. Cox Donald C. Dickson coklev l. durden Ernest H. Estes, Jr La " ' . Hanson D. Ferrell, Jr Alton P. Frymire Floyd L. Getsincer, Jr Paul E. Gifford Carl F. Goll Kenneth A. Gonzales Jack B. Griffin Med.. Jacob D. Guice ... John F. Hartman, Jr . . . . John E. Heckert ' 36 G. Putnam Hinds, Jr ' 38 ' 36 Hunter T. Huddle ' 38 ' 38 John M. Johnson, Jr Med., ' 36 ' 35 Edward J. Jones ' 37 ' 36 Henry C. Keith, Jr Law, ' 35 ' 35 George C. Kohl ' . ' 38 ' 38 Stanley D. Lodrigues ' 36 ' 35 NoRBERT W. Markel ' 38 ' 37 H. Giles Martin II ' 38 ' 38 Norman C. Melun ' 37 ' 36 Joseph M. Montagnet, Jr ' 36 ' 37 John W. Mullen ' 35 ' 37 Clifton R. Newlin . ... ' 36 ' 36 Floyd W. Newlin ' 38 ' 38 Francis Nicholson . - . . ■ ■ ■ . . ' 38 ' 35 Samuel B. Plyler ' 38 ' 38 H. Russell Richmond, Jr. . ... ... ' 37 ' 36 John C. Roberts, Jr Med., ' 37 ' 37 Robert L. Simon ' 35 ' 36 Claude Simons, Jr ' 35 ' 38 Arthur J. Waechter, Jr. . . . . . Law, ' 36 ' 38 James A. Wright ' 36 Page 186 PI KAPPA ALPHA AH.llli. Brook, Bridges, Burkes. CartC ' r. Collins, Colvili, Green Jiiubert, G.. Jaubert. L.. Kelly, Landry, Lawson, Nesbitt. Ritls. Smith Sutherlin. Terry. Thompson. Welch. White. Williams Foiiiiiliil at Uiiivcni y of l " u( inia. lS68 Colon: Garnet and Gold ETA CHAPTER Establis ieJ at Tulane in 1S7S Eighty Active Chapters Flouir: Lily of the Valltv Or. Octavk C. Cassegrain- Ur. John A. Lanford Fratrhs IX Faclltate Dr. Stuart G. Noble Prof. James M. Robert Dr. Robert A. Strong Prof. Chas. S. Williamson-, Jr. 35 ' 35 ' 37 Fratres in Universitate Wilbur L. Allaiv Law, WiLLAM H. Bridges Med., Arthur H. Brook Jack S. Burk ' 37 Thompson- B. Burk ' 37 Robert D. Burkes ' 38 John G. Carter ' 35 Samuel C. Collins Med., ' 36 Samuel H. Colvin, Jr Med., ' 35 Claude B. Duvai Law, ' 37 William A. Green, Jr ' 38 John A. Holmes Mid., ' 38 James J. Jaubert ' 38 Lawrence J. Jaubert ' 36 Douglas Kelly, Jr. . J. DuREL Landry . . Tho.mas W. Lawson . Lee T. Nesbitt Edward B. Pitts . . . . Thom. s B. Putnam Howard J. Smith . . Fred O. Sundbery . J. CK E. Sutherlin . . . Luther L. Terry . . . Horace A. Thompson, Jr. Ja.mes W. Welch . . . . Paul G. White, Jr. . . J. Ma.vwell Wii.lia.ms, Jr. . . . -36 . Med., ' 35 ... -36 . Med., ' 36 Med., -35 . ' 36 . -38 . ' 37 . . ' 38 . Med., ' 35 . . . -38 . Med.. -35 . . . -38 ... ' 36 f ' ta, S; KAPPA ALPHA ■Ra« Ruphanan Budreau Butler. Carrere, Crowell. Culpepper. Eustis. E.. Eustis, L., Farnsworth. Farrior, Flettrich FnllSoav Graham Hendriek. Jahncke. D. E.. Jahncke, G.. Holcombe. Holmes. Horton. Kemp. Lockett Matthews McimenSG Mcllhennv, P.. Millen Oliver. Parsons. P.ayne. H.. Payne WPoitevent, Quai Matthe-RS, ll ' . j nd mchai-as. Salmen, Stauss, Tooke, Van Hook. Walls. White, Young. Wray. G.. Wray, N. Quantz Founded at fFashington and Lee University, 1S65 PSI CHAPTER Eslablished at Tulane in 1886 Sixty-six Active Chapters Colors: Crimson and Old Gold Flov:crs: Magnolia and Red Rose Fratres IX Facultate Dr Herbert E. Buchanan- Dr. Henry Laurens Dr. Martin T. V. n Studdiford Dr. J.a.mes E. Winston Fr.ATRES IX UXIVERSITATE Med., . Law, Med., John D. Andrews ..... Ch. rles C. B.ass, Jr Law, John A. Buchanan J. LiNDLY Budreau, Jr P. C. Butler, Jr Ernest A. Carrere, Jr Edwin A. Crowell, Jr WiLLi.AM A. Culpepper Edward Eustis L. uRANCE Eustis, Jr Philip R. F. r sworth J. Brown Farrior Albert J. Flettrich P. H.AMiLTON Fuller III Ch.arles F. G.Vi Louis H. B. Gr.aham Humphrey H. H. rdy, Jr. . John A. Hendrick, Jr R. Gordon Holcombe, Jr Billy W. Holmes C. M. NLv Horton D0N.4LD E. J.ahncke W. Grant Jahncke Robert C. Kemp, Jr Robert P. Lockett, Jr. . Gust. f W. McIlhenny P.4UL W. McIlhenny W. Waller oung. Med., Med., Med., . Med., 37 ' 37 ' 35 ' 37 ' 35 ' 37 ' 35 ' 37 ' 37 ' 36 ' 36 ' 36 ' 37 ' 38 ' 35 ' 38 ' 35 ' 37 ' 36 ' 3« ;38 ' 37 ' 35 ' 37 ' 35 Jr. Edward de S. Matthews Med., Allison T. Miller Law, Frederick W. Miller Robert M. Monsted Joseph V. Montedonico, Jr . . NoRviN P. Oliver, Jr . . . . . Hugh E. Parsons .... Med., Hugh G. P.ayne William M. Payne Edward B. Poitevent . Law, Her.man C. Quantz Med., Justin R. Querbes, Jr Paul K. Rand E. Earl Richards, Jr . . Ray.mond F. Salmen Percy Sandell ... M. Harry L. Sanders, Jr. . . Harley C. Shands Edward F. Stauss, Jr Tho.vi.as B. Tooke, Jr. . . . Ja.mes a. Van Hook Robert P. Vincent, Jr. . . . John A. Walls ... .... Joseph B. Wharton, Jr. P.ATRiCK J. White George D. Wray Newton E. ' RAY . ' 37 . Law, . Med., . Law, . Med., . Med., ' ' 36 ' 35 ' 37 ' 37 ' 36 ' 38 ' 36 ■38 ' 38 ' 38 ' 37 ' 37 ' 37 ' 37 ' 38 ' 36 ' 37 ' 36 ' 37 ' 36 ' 35 ' 36 ' 36 ' 36 ' 38 ' 36 ' 38 Page iSS SIGMA CHI ftf Alien, Branch, Craig. Desporte, Doyle, Dymond. Estopinal Felts, Pitts, Henderson, H. H., Lamb, Manard, Michaels, ShiI, itone Futinilcd at Miami University, iSs5 ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER Estahlislicd al Tulanc in iSS6 Ninety-six Active Chapters Colors: Blue and Old Gold Floii-ir: White Rose Fratres IK Facult.ate S. Wood Hrown, Jr. Dr. Er, smus D. Fewer, Emrrilus Dr. PaII, . . MclLlIENNV Fratri;s in L xi ersitate Ei.MKR S. Ai,i.E , Jr Med., ' 35 C. II. IlARniK Hrasch, Jr Med., ' 35 Horace H. Ci.u.vion ' 38 W ' li.i.iA.M J, Craic, Jr Law, ' 36 John .S. Dksi ' Orte ... Med., ' 35 DONAl 11 W. Dovi.E ' 38 F. Irvi. Dmhoni) . . Law, ' 37 Reuben W. Estopinai ' 38 James N. Eustis ' 37 N01.1.IE C. Fki.ts Med., ' 35 Wii.iiAM L. Fins III Me ' ii.i.iA.vi ' . Flowers Kenneth I.. IIaki Wei.don- J. La.mu Med., •38 ' 38 ' 37 •38 U ' oonRow McD. Lamb Med., ' 38 Joseph E. LoniN . . Noel W. Lofiin- , . James B. MctlR.vm , . Robert L. Manard, Jr. E. G. Baker Marsh . Jack P. MiCHAEi.s . . -Ai.viN F. MiciiKi.i. . . Frank ' . .VIoise, Jr. . DoNAi.i) R. Porter . . S. Gordon Reese . . SiEPiiKN .M. Ross . . R. Haui.ev Sanders . . CeCH. M. SHH.STONE . . C. Richard Walters . Edward T. Weeks, Jr. . L Med ' 38 ' 36 ' 38 ' 38 •3S ' 35 aw, ' 36 . Ud. Law •3S ■37 35 ' 36 ' 37 I ' afic iSq ALPHA TAU OMEGA Anderson Beasley Brown, B. B.. Brown. K. H., Doswell. Earl. Ellis. Eustis, Hardesty, Huey Janvier, C. Janvier. G., Kammer, Lallande, Larue. Leach, Many. Marshall. Martin. P., Martin, ' W. Nance, Newman, Page, Penn, Rice. Roger, Roth, Schultz, H., Schultz, R., Sohupp Smith, Stanton, Stewart. Trepagnier. H.. Trepagnier, L., Usrey Vaughan, Weed, A ' illiams, Woolfolk Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1S65 BETA EPSILON CHAPTER Established at Tulane in 18S7 Ninety-six Active Chapters Colors: Old Gold and Sky Blue Calvert G. de Coligny Nathaniel C. Curtis Fratres in Facultate Dr. Charles L, Eshleman Dr. Allan C. Eustis Fratres in Universitate Floiver: White Tea Rose Dr. Frederick Hard Dr. Randolph Lyons T. Bruce H. Anderson, Jr Joseph E. Beasley Med., Barremore B. Brown Kenneth H. Brown Menard Doswell Thomas C. Earl William C. Ellis Henry C. Eustis Irving Hardesty, Jr Law William S. Huey Charles Janvier George Janvier, Jr Nolan Kammer Law, Joseph G. Lallande J. Virgil Lambert Ferdinand L. Larue, Jr Pembroke O. Leach C. Ben M.acinnis, Jr John L. Many HI Charles D. Marshall . Law, Fontaine Martin, Jr Law, Warden M. Martin Lyle S. Moore, Jr Samuel D. Murray Med., J. Winter Woolfol ' 38 Marcus L. Nance ' 38 ' 35 W. Hammond Newman ' 37 ' 37 Dietrich A. Neyland ' 38 ' 37 Richard M. Page ' 35 ' 37 J. Chalaron Penn ' 37 ' 37 b.AviD B. Penn, Jr ' 36 ' 38 Howard W. Potter ' 38 ' 37 Richard F. Price ' 36 ' 37 Frazier L. Rice ' 38 ' 37 Frank Riess ' 36 ' 38 Ernest Roger HI .... ' 38 ' 35 Joseph F. Roth ' 35 ' 35 Hermann J. Schulze ' 36 ' 36 Rudolph J. Schulze, Jr Law, ' 36 ' 38 John A. Schupp ' 37 ' 37 Howard K. Smith, Jr .... ' 36 ' 37 Emanuel J. Stanton ' 38 ' 38 J. Reagan Stewart Med., ' 35 ' 36 Hardoncourt J. Trepagnier . ' 35 ' 35 Henry L. Trepagnier, Jr ' 37 ' 36 Max O. Usrey ' 36 ' 35 Luther M. Vaughan . ........ Med., ' 36 ' 36 John C. Weed Med., ' 36 ' 36 A. Grady Williams ' 38 K, Jr ' 36 Page igo KAPPA SIGMA Ball. Blossmaii. Blue, Burden, Clauset, Crouch, Davis, Eckhardt Fisher, Habans, B.. Hamlet. Hollister, Hyde, Jordan. Jung, Kuhnell Kuhner, Lallando, Maltry, Owen. Prejean, Repass. Turpin, Vincent, Welsch Founded at University of J ' irginia, iSdg SIGMA CHAPTER Eslahiislifd at Tutanc in iSSg One Hundred and Six Active Chapters Colors: Scarlet, White and Green Floii.-cr: Lilv of the Vallev FrATRES IX Facl ' ltate Coach Theodore J. Cox Dr. Frederick L. Fenno Dr. Edmund L. Faust Mr. Frederick H. Fo.x Dr. Edward L. King FrATRES IN; UnIVERSITATE At.fred G. Bai.i., Jr ' 37 HusTO.s ' I. Bass ' 37 Edward W. Bi.ossman ' 36 George R. Blue ' 37 J. John- Burdik Med., ' 35 Kari. H. Clauset ' 38 Fhom Xs H. Crouch ' 37 jL ' i.ius T. Da ' is, Jr ' 38 OWEN ' S. ECKllARDl ' 38 Wn.LiAM E. Ehlert Med., ' 38 Thomas C. Fischer ' 35 J. Bernard Haban ' s ' 35 Robert N. Habans ' 38 Charles B. HAMi.Er lU Law, ' 37 Stephen N. Hirrin ' 38 .Arthur C. Hollister ' 38 Gordon B. Hyde Law, ' 36 Douglas E. Johnson ' 37 George J. Jones, Jr ' 38 Harrv p. Jordan, Jr ' 35 Arthur L. Jung, Jr ' 37 Wii.LiA.vi J. Kuhnell, Jr Law, ' 37 L. T. Kuhner Law, ' 36 Spencer J. Lali.ande . ' 35 Emii.e Mai.trv, Jr .... Med., ' 37 Robert A. Mehlic ' 38 Edward W. Owen, Jr ' 38 Oran ' . Prejean Med., ' 37 Frank M. ReP.vss, Jr ' 36 Allen T. Turpin, Jr ' 36 Richard W. ' ince t . Med., ' 36 Edward I. Wei.sch • ' 37 Pa u- IQI DELTA TAU DELTA Blalze. Body. Burt, Colcord, Collins, Ducander. Ellis, Fox. Gleason Graham. Harding. Harvard. Hooper. Mayoral. Mnore. O ' Connor. Perry. Phelps. A. Phelps, B.. Ray. Sancton. Spiller. Thorn, C. Thorn. J., Trepagnier, Wight, fTimberly Founded at Bethany College, iSjQ BETA XI CHAPTER Establislied at Tulane in iSSq Seventy-six Active Chapters Colors: Purple, White, and Gold Flozver: Pansy Fr.atres IX Facultate Dr. Pierce Butler Dr. Stanford C. Jamison " Fratres IX John B. 0. Blaize P. UL S. Body Med., Lawrence W. Burt Med., Andrew D. Canulette, Jr Edward C. Colcord, Jr Walter S. Collins R. JOCELVN CR.WLEV, JR Charles F. Ducander, Jr Law, Caswell P. Ellis III Hector G. Fernandez . . . Brext Fox Friend W. Gleason, Jr Duncan G. Graham Med., Jack C. Harding ■ • Law, B. Marvin Harvard, Jr ' 38 ' 38 ' 36 ' jj ' 36 ' 37 ' 37 ' 37 ' 37 ' 37 ' 3« ' 38 ' 37 ' 37 ' 36 Dr. Emile F. Naef Dr. T. Hillman Oliphant UxiVERSIT.ATE Eugene Hooper ' 38 George A. Mavor. l ' 37 Charles H. Moore ' 36 John A. O ' Connor, Jr Law, ' 36 George C. Perry . .... ' 37 AsHTON Phelps Law, ' 37 J. Barnwell Phelps ... ' 38 Stanley W. R.ay, Jr ' 37 Thomas G. Sancton ' 35 Alfred W. Spiller, Jr ' 37 Charles B. Thorn, Jr . . . ' 35 John C. Thorn ' 37 Otis B. Trepagnier . . . . ... Law, ' 37 Charles W. Wight . ' 37 George L. Wimberlv ' 38 Page 192 PHI DELTA THETA .• •- ?■- Arnholz. AjMin, Butt, Brock, Oarlock, Coney, Daray. Douglas, Duval. Fcltus, Pinch Foltz, Fortier. Gates, Hopkins, Harris, Harwell, Howell. Hudson, Jones. Keeton Kelleher r.i ,.= 5, " ' ' l; f ' . ' " ' ' ' ' " - . ' ' " l " ' Mason, McCurdy, Milburn, Moorhead. Moran. Nockton. Paterson Pierson, Robinson. Russell, Schneidau, Sims, Smith, Tessier. G.. Tessier, R.. Waugh Weber Willia Paoe igj Colors: Argent and Azure Dr. Earle Z. Browne Dr. Charles V. Duvai. Dr. Her.viann B. Gessner Founded at Miami University, 1S48 LOUISIANA ALPHA CHAPTER Estabiisliid al Tulaiie in iSSg One Hundred and Six Active Cliapters Fr.ATRES IX F.ACILT.ATE Dr. Ruius C. Harris Dr. Billiard E. Miller Dr. George D. Lilly Dr. Morrell V. Miller Dr. Ambrose H. Siorck Dr. E. V. Altov Ochsver Floiirr: White Carnation Fr.ATRES in Samlei. R. -Arnholz ' 37 Robert N. Avlin ' 35 J. Daniel Brock ' 38 Arthur J. Hvrr, Jr ... ' 36 J. Hovle Carlock, Jr Med., ' 35 L. Ellioit Chaze ' 36 Oscar E. Coney ' ;ey Robert V. Daray Joseph V. Douglas Med. JosEi ' H H. Duval Law Charles P. Eddy, Jr J. H. Randolph Feltus T. Vernon Finch . . Thom. s p. Foltz . . Jacques L. Fortier . . C. Dale G, tes . Law Med. E. Perrin Harris . Carl M. Harwell, Joseph ' . Hopkins, Julian P. Howell William O. Hudson T110MA.S M. Irwin . Carroll .- . Johnson V. Beauford Jones, Roland G. Keeton Robert C. Kelleher Jr. Med., Med., .Tr. Jr. . Med., Med., Med., Med , Med., 37 • ' 35 . ' 38 , ' 36 . ' 37 . ' 35 • ' 37 ' 3 5 ■ ' 38 ' 37 37 ' 38 ' 37 ' 3 5 ' 38 ' 36 ' 35 ' 35 ' 35 ' 37 Universit.ate Wesley A. Lewis . . . Allan Little, Jr. . . . Edward S. Livaudais . . R. Nelson Long .... William C. McCurdv, Jr. Joseph D. Martin, Jr. . G. Se. le M.vson . . . George H. Menekee . Philip M. Milburn . . . U ' lLiiA.M H. Moorhead . -Xltrei) J. Moran, Jr. . WiLi.iA.vi r. Moss, Jr. . . Ranso.m .a. Nockton . . Albert B. P.vterson, Jr. . G. Henry Pierson, Jr. . Edward B. Robinson, Jr. John C. Russell, Jr. . " . Gayi.e Schneidau, Jr. . John W. Sims . . Hugh F. Smith .... CiEORGE D. Tessier . Robert .A. Tessier . Farrei. B. Thomas Harry M. Waugh, Frank X. Weber , W. Horace Williams, Tr. Law, Med., Med , Med., Med, . Law, -Med.. Med., Jr. Law, ' 37 ' 35 ' 37 ' 35 ' 36 ' 36 ' 36 ' 38 ' 36 •38 35 ■37 ' 38 ' 37 ' 37 ■36 ' 3« ' 38 ■37 ' 38 ' 37 ' 35 ' 35 •38 ' 3 ' 37 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON til » o o o Adams. Arnold. Baker, Bro-nnfleld. Burnett. Cain, Craft, Gordinier Hardy. Hartson. Hawkins, Hubbard. Jerabeck. Koerner, Lock, Manson Mouledoux, Neill, Perkins, Riley, Schoenberger, Seymour. Simmons, Smith Founded at University of Alabama, 1S56 LOUISIANA TAU UPSILON CHAPTER Established at Tulane in lSg7 One Hundred and Six Active Chapters Colors: Old Gold and Royal Purple Fratres IX Facultate Prof. Donald Derickson " Dr. J. Adair Lyon Mr. Charles B. Dicks, Jr. Dr. John " G. Pr.4tt Dr. J. Clay Walker FraTRHS IX UxiVERSITATE Ftozver: Violet Robert M. Adams . . L.iURiE J. Arnold, Jr. . Archie J. Baker . . . Jack D. Brownfield . . J. Wirt Burnett, Jr. . Elisha J. Cain, Jr. . . C. Bricman Craft . Albert L. Dart ... Chester A. Fort, Jr. . . Grant W. Goldexstar JoHK D. Gordinier . Richard N. Hardy " . . WiLLIA.VI J. H.ARTSON- . S. Wright Hawkins . . LoREN R. Hubbard . . John D. Jer. beck . . . L. Hayden " Kirkp.atrick ' 36 Med., ' 37 . . Med., ' 35 Med., ' 37 Med., ' 35 ' 37 . . Med., ' 35 Law, ' 37 . . . . . . Med , ' 36 ' 38 . . . . Med., ' 35 Law, ' 37 ' 36 Med., ' 37 ' 36 Med., ' 38 ' 36 Howard S. Williams, Jr. Louis R. Koerner . . . . Lawrence C. Lewis, Jr . . Frank R. Lock Frank 0. McGhee . . . Alexander MacK. Manson Gabriel J. Mouledoux . John H. Neill, Jr RuFFiN T. Perkins, Jr. . . Jose ph P. Riley, Jr. . . . R. C. Pope Schoenberger . Philip M. Seymour . . . . Walter H. Simmons, Jr. . Claude R. Smith, Jr. . . Theodore L. Tannehill . Albert L. Ward .... Chester O. Weilbacher . . Claude A. Wharton, Jr. . Med., ' 36 . Med . Med . Med . Med Med . Med Med, Med • ' 38 , ' 38 , ' 35 , ' 38 , ' 37 ■ ' 38 ■ ' 37 . ' 38 , ' 38 • ' 36 ■ ' 37 ■. ' 37 ■ ' 36 . ' 37 ,, ' 36 • ' 38 - ' 37 Paffe ig DELTA KAPPA EPSILON Atkinson, Marchal, Bartlett. Bastian, Benedict. Bethea, BMlQt, Blum. Born. Bros Caftery, Chipley. Clevelana, Collins, Devlin. Edmundson. Favrot. Freese, Grantham. H arris, Hayes Henderson. Hurley. King. La Cour. A.. La Cour. c. Laroussini. LIvaudais. Mahler. Manard. Baldwin. MeCloskey Miller. Nalty. Nichols, Norwood, C. Rankin. Snellings. Steiner. Stewart. Thames. Upton, " VVerlein Founded at Yale College, 1S44 TAU LAMBDA CHAPTER Establistud at Tulaiic in iSqq Forty-eight Active Chapters Colors: Crimson, Azure and Old Gold Cl.aiboirkk V. AsnREWs, Jr Cmifori) Atkinson, Jr. . GusTAVR H. Baldwin, Jr C. Julian Harti.ett . RovAi. R. Bastian, Jr. . Calvin K. Benedict . J. Hardee Bethea . . . AnoLpiiE C. Billet, Jr. , Robert U. Bll ' M . . . Thomas W. Born . EinvARi) S. Bres, Jr. . . J. Taylor Cai ere . . . S. Blckner Chipi.kv, Jr. Ml ' RRav V. Cleveland . Jason II. Collins . John S. Devlin . . . Ernest K. Edmlndson, Jr Bernard P. Evans . . Ai.i.AiN DE C. Favrot . Hari.ev B. Ferguson, Jr Samuel M. Freese, Jr. E. Jerome Friedriciis . B. MuRRA Frost . EvEREiT G. Grantham. Harris Harracin III . Will L M 11. Harris. Jr. Tom M. IIam-:s, Jr. . . J. W ' li I iam Henderson Jr. Law Fratrks IX Universitate . . ' 37 Havwood H. Hillyer . . . ' 38 Pierre A. Hughes . . Law, ' 37 Jack E. Hurler- . . . . . ' 35 Benjamin C. Ki c . . . . ' 38 Charles A. Kyle . . . . ' 38 Arthur B. La Cour, Jr. Med., ' 38 Charles M. La Cour . . . ' 35 E. Andre Laroussini . ' 38 Raoul Livaudais . . . ' 36 Hugh McCloskev . . ' 38 Donald A. NLaginnis . ' 37 Frederick V. Mahler, ' 37 John P. Manard . . . ' 3f IIenr S. Marchal . . ' 38 Louis J. B. Mestier, Jr. ' 36 .Arthur ' an B. Miller ' 37 William H. Nalty, Jr. • ■ . ' 37 William CJ. Nichols, Jr ■ • ' 37 .Ai.nERT M. Norwood . . . ' 36 Coi.viN G. Norwood . • • • ' 37 Homer M. Rankin . . • . . ' 38 Maurice E. Sr. Martin • . . ' 37 Breard Snei.i.incs . Mid., ' 3i Allen M. Steiner . . • . . ' 37 John R. Stewart . . . . ' 36 Louis O. Thames . . . . . ' 37 Miller R. Cpton . . . . ' 36 Philip Weri.ein I ' . . Law Law Flower: Pansv Law, Law, Law, Lai Lai Med 37 ' 35 ' 36 ' 36 ' 36 ■38 ■38 ' 38 ' 35 •37 ' 3S ■38 •3S ' 36 •38 ' 38 •3S •3 ' ; •36 •38 •38 •38 ' 37 ' 35 ' 37 ' 3« Pat ,- iq; BETA THETA PI Barron, Beacham. Bell. Boggs, Bradburn. Clack. Clark, Cram, Dart, Dozier Dupuv, Havnie, Hoge, Hume, James, Johnson, Joseph, Keenan, Le Corgne, Levert Lewis, Lynch, McDaniel, McGoey, McKirahan, Michel, Monk. Musson, Oliver, Osterman Reynolds, Eiley, Schneidau, Seeman, Smither, Spearman, Stockmeyer, Sutter, Vincent, Wood Founded at Miami University, iSjQ BETA XI CHAPTER Established at Tulanc in IQOS Eighty-seven Active Chapters Colors: Light Pink and Blue Dr. Ch. rles J. Bloom Dr. Muir Br. dburv Flower: Rose Prof. Sumter D. M. rks, Jr. Prof. Delv. ille H. The.ard James Barron " 37 Woodard D. Beacham Med., ' 35 B. Tarit Bell ' 37 T. Hale Boggs Law, ' 37 William P. Bradburv III ' 38 William E. Clack ' 37 Augustus H. Clark, Jr. . .... ... ' 35 Elwood R. Clay Law, ' 36 Kendall H. Cram ' 35 Harrv P. Dart ' 38 Horace B. Dozier ' 37 David D. Dupuv . . ... ...... ' 38 Edgar F. Gr. ves .... .... ... ' 38 Robert M. H-Aynie .... ' 37 Robert S. Higdon Med., ' 37 Marlin B. Hoge ' 3 s Charles R. Hume Med., ' 36 R. Brewster James .... ' 36 James H. Johnson, Jr. . ' 38 Gerald F. Joseph ' 38 Richard C. Keenan ' 37 John H. Kostmaver ' 36 Robert E. LeCorgne, Jr ' 38 Edward L. Levert Med., ' 37 Fr.ATRES IX FACULT.A.TE Dr. William P. Br. dburk, Jr. Dr. Roy E. de la Houssaye Dr. Frances E. LeJeune FraTRES IX UxiVERSIT.ATE Arthur N. Lewis Med., ' 36 Robert C. Lynch Med., ' 38 John B. McDaniel, Jr ' 35 John J. McGoey, Jr ' 38 Boyd R. McKirahan ' 38 M.ARTIN A. MaCDIARMID ' 35 Louis H. Marrero Law, ' 37 MARSH.4LL L. Michel, Jr. . Med., ' 37 Henry H. W. Miles ' 36 Marion S. Monk, Jr ' 37 A. Longer Musson . . ' 38 Charles M. Oliver . Law, ' 37 Frank Osterman ' 38 Walker Reynolds, Jr ... ' 38 John R. Riley, Jr ' 36 William D. Robert . .... .... ' 36 Hughes Schneidau . . ' 37 Charles F. Seemann ... ' 38 Charles G. Smither ... ' 36 Benjamin L. Spearman . .... ... ' 38 Carl F. Stockmeyer, Jr. . . . . .... ' 38 Edward H. Sutter .... .... Law, ' 3 Hay-ward S. Vincent . .... . . . ' 38 Richard B. Wood, Jr ' 36 Page iq6 V ZETA BETA TAU t e03® 9© Balkin. Bodenheimer, Born. Davis, DennGry. Eichold, Flowers. Friedman. R. Friedman R H.. Haas, Haspel, Herold, HiHer. Kern. Landry. Latter, Marx. Miller. Moses. Mundt. Newmyer Pasternack. Riseman, Roos, A., Roos, H.. Samuel. Solomon. Steinberg, Stelner, Stern, Weiner Founded at Jctvish Theoloffira! Seminary . iSqS SIGMA CHAPTER Eslalilislud al Tidtiiif in iQog Thirty-five Active Chapters Colors: Blue and White Flower: White Rose Fratri;s IX JAV p. Altmavf.r ' 37 CJlI.BERT BaLKIX ' 38 Henrv Barneit ' 35 Carroll L. Bodesheimer ' 37 Maurice H. Born ' 37 Walter Davis, Jr Law, ' 37 MoisE W. Dennery Law, ' 37 Theodore Dennerv ' 32 Samuel Eiciioi.n II ' 37 Herman- F. Flowers ' 37 Ralph Friedman . . Med., ' 36 Robert E. Friedman Law, ' 35 Hesrv Haas, Jr ' 35 Robert B. Haspei ' 35 Simon Heroe.d Law, ' 35 Jonas Miller ' 37 Clifford H. Kern, Jk ' 36 Voi.NEV F. Landry, Jr . . . ' 38 V. ' ll.LlAM ). W ' iKNER, Jr. UxiVFRSITATK Shepard M. Latter ' 38 Joseph Levy, Jr Mtd., ' 38 H. P. Marks, Jr Med., ' 36 Frederick A. Marx ' 38 Jack S. Mar. Law, " 38 Herheri L. Miller ' 38 Warren CJ. Moses, Jr ' 38 Leslie K. Mundt Med., ' 37 Arthur G. Ne vm er, Jr ' 57 Morris Pasternack . . . . ' 3h Mervin H. Rise.man ' 37 .Armand W. Roos, Jr Law. " ;; Henry K. Roos ;; Charles L Samuel, Jr. . . . .. ' ;S Julian L. Steinberg ' jS Melvin D. Steiner . Med., ' jh Henry M. Stern ' y. J AC Stich 38 ' 37 I ' oijc igy DELTA SIGMA PHI Barrow, Blessey, Corales, Currie, Doerries. Fitzgerald. Graf Grasshoff, Volker, Thomas. Terry. Selser. Putzell Pace, Odom, McClendon, Lachin, Heebe Founded at College of the City of Xeir York, iSqq Colors: Nile Green and White Mr. Pete M. ilhes CHI CHAPTER Established at Tulane in iqi6 Fifty-five Active Chapters Fratres IX Facultate Mr. Forrest E. O. kes Fratres ix Uxiversitate Flo ' iver: White Carnation Dr. E. Garland Walls WooDROw W. Armstrong ' 37 Roy D. Ary ' 36 John T. Barrow ' 35 George S. Bisso ' 35 Louis C. Bisso ' 36 Sidney H. Blessey ' 38 William A. Briant ' 38 Richard H. Corales, Jr ' 38 Robert P. Currie ' 37 Charles O. Dietrich ' 36 Ernest H. Doerries, Jr ' 36 Richard C. Fitzgerald . ' 38 George C. Folse ' 38 Charles W. Genella . ' 38 Herbert A. Gr. f ' 37 Ikutn E. Volker . . . Roy A. Grashoff ' 38 Bernhardt C. Heebe Law, ' 37 Louis A. Lachin ' 35 Frank A. Lewis ' 38 Enos C. McClendon ' 38 James A. Moreau .... ' 38 Troy C. Odom ' 37 David E. Pace ' 37 Edwin J. Putzell, Jr ' 35 Richard E. Selser Med., ' 36 Cammie D. Smith, Jr. . . ' 37 Merrick W. Swords, Jr ' 38 WiLLiA.vi S. Terry, Jr Med., ' 36 Orville C. Thomas ' 36 Leonard Tolusso . ' j8 ' SS Pa e 198 SIGMA PI 15 ■y 1 Bilbo, Bruno, Campbell, Dykes, Ferrara, Foret Gulotta, Hpi-rins, Kern, Philips, Piranio Reutei-, F., Reuter, R., Suares, Waszkovvski, Viosca. Wood Founded at ] " mccnncs Unkwrsity, iSgj Colon: I.avfiuler and White OMICRON CHAPTER lislahlislhd ill Tulaitc in Ig20 I ' hiitN -three Active Chapters Floiucrs: Lavender Orehld, Lilac aiul White Rose Frater IX Facultate Dr. Eduaru a. Beciitei. Fratres in Un ' iversitate Nick J. Accakdu ' 38 Dka.v.- H. Allen Med., ' 35 Frederick W. Bierhorst ' 36 James E. Bilbo ' 36 John Bruno, Jr Law, ' 37 W. Stacv Campbell ' 38 Erwin O. Dvkks ' 38 Merrill S. Ferrara ' 38 Stanley C. Fit i-atrick ' 36 John B. Forici ' 38 Robert L, Gi.eason Med,, ' 38 August H. Gri.vialdi, Jk ' 38 Elm D. Wood .... Eugene A. Gri.maldi Carl J. Guloita . . John S. Herring , . Lawrence J. Kern Louis C, Philips . Joe C, Piranio . Frei) L. Reuter . J. Richard Reuter John C. Scares . . Oswald W. ' iosca . Henry L. W.vszkowski Claude H. Weaver . . ' 37 Med., Med., Law., 35 37 38 38 35 36 37 36 38 38 ' a. ' t ' 109 SIGMA ALPHA MU ,M V»r ' ir Bowsky. Cahen, Caplan, Cohen, L. , Cohen, S. Goodman, Kierr, Lazarus, Marks, Mintz, JRonieo Rosenberg, Steeg, Weil, L., ' Wen, R., Zander Founded at College of the City of Neiu York, igOQ SIGMA GAMMA CHAPTER Esiahlislicd at Tulane in ii)20 Forty Active Chapters Colors: Purple and White Flower: Lily Frater in Facultate Dr. Herbert L. Weinberger FrATRES IX UXIVEPSITATE Julius Bowsky ' 36 Irvin- Cahen Med., ' 37 Alvin S. Caplan ' 36 Louis E. Cohen ' 35 Seymour A. Cohen ' 37 Sanders A. Goodman Med., ' 37 Raymond H. Kierr Law, ' 36 E. Spencer Lazarus, Jr ' 35 Paul L. Marks Med., ' 36 Bernard D. Mintz Law, ' 37 Bernard E. Pincus ' 36 Zachary J. Romeo Med., ' 35 Samuel I. Rosenberg Law, ' 37 Moise S. Steec, Jr Law, ' 37 Lewis E. Weil ' 37 Roswell J. Weil ' 37 Alvin N. Zander Law, ' 36 I Page 200 KAPPA NU fs » i i " i T r ' r Aronsoii. Blitz. Bronfin, Carp. Goldman Giodsky, Kupperman, Levin. Levy. M.. Levy. S.. Maiclliz Singer, H., Singer. S.. Tolmas, Volodaislcy. Wolfson FoiintlttI at Roihislcr U iiiversity , IQII SIGMA CHAPTER Eslahlished at Tulane in IQ23 Nineteen Active Chapters Colors: Purple ami White Flo ' V. ' er: Lily FrATRES IX L ' XIVHRSITATIT H.XROLi) J. Aroksos ' Law, ' 36 Barneit Blitz Law ' 37 Fred Bronfin ' 38 SiuNEv D. Carp ' 38 Morris Gerber ' 36 Bernard A. Goi.dman ' Med., ' 36 Sidney S. Grodskv ' jg Abe B. Kupperm.w ' 3S Albert A. Levin ' 35 Melville L. Lew ' j, Solon M. Lew ' jg ISADORE A. Marcihz Law, ' 36 Harold Singer ' 38 Saul Singer 3c Gkrson Tolmas ' ■,-, Bernard N ' oi.odarskv ' 38 Wei.vh.i.e H. Woi.ison ' -8 ' ! ■ . ' 0 PI KAPPA PHI Anderson, Boone, Boyd, Haas, Janssen, H. Janssen, L,., Jones, Tedesco, Webb Founded at Charleston College, 1904 Colors: Gold and White ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Established at Titlane in ig2j Forty-two Active Chapters Floiver: Red Rose Frater in Facultate Mr. Glenn B. Hasty Fratres in Universitate John M. Anderson Med., ' 38 Hamilton K. Avery U ' 38 Lester I. Boone ' 37 Lambert T. Boyd, Jr Law, ' 37 L. Mercer D.awson Med., ' 36 Harold G. Faust, Jr ' 38 Shelley R. Gaines . Med., ' 36 Malcolm G. Haas ' 3 Herman G. Janssen • • ' 36 L. William O. Janssen, Jr ' 36 E. Lee Jones ' 38 James H. Morgan, Jr ' 38 Crawford J. Powell ' 35 Charles J. Racan Med., ' 38 Adolph F. Roemer, Jr Med., ' 38 Robert J. Starkey ' 38 Chester C. Stetfelt ' 38 Victor E. Tedesco ' 38 Clifford G. Webb ' 36 GusTAVE F. Weber Med., ' 36 Page 203 PHI IOTA ALPHA ri l % Alvarado, Armstrong. Carrera. Gonzales. Montemayor Oms, Rivera. Kodriguez, Silva. Torrado Sigma Iota (Established at Louisiana State University in 1904) consolidated with Phi Lambda in 19.51 to form the national Phi Iota Alpha. DELTA CHAPTER Eslablislivd al Tulaiw in IQ 2 International Chapters Colors: Blue and Brown Floiz-t-r: Red Carnation Frater in Facultate Dr. Rudolph Matas, limcritus Fratres in L ' xiversitate Frank M. Aulurre, Jr Arturo N. Alvarado Med., Rafael T. Armstrong . Med., GuiLLERMO M. Carrera . . . . . Med., JUA C. GONZ.M.EZ Med, S. TURNIS0 M. C;o ZALEZ . . Med., Jose M. M.vldovado Med., Raul M. Montema or ... . . .... Med., Luis R. Oms Med., Alejandro Perez, Jr . . Med., iDELrONSO RlVER. Med., Adri.w M. Rodriguez . Med., Alfredo G. Silva Med., Rene A. Torr.xdo Med., GUILLERMO VaSOUEZ Mcd., •38 ' 35 ' 37 ' 37 ' 36 •36 37 ' 37 •37 ' 37 ' 38 " 35 ,cf Ptii)e os SIGMA PHI EPSILON Benson, Bliss, Boehm. Brewer, BuUer, Cole, Cooley, Cooley, L.. Cooper, Curry, Donald Evans, Hebert, F.. Hebert. L... Herman, Justrabo, Kinbergr. LaNasa, Levy, Lottinger, Jlitchell Monroe. Moore, Otto, Sanford, Seale, Supple, Thomas, West, " Weysham, White Frjunded at Richmond College, IQOI LOUISIANA ALPHA CHAPTER Colors: Royal Purple and Red Established at Tulane in jq2q Seventy Active Chapters Flo -ers: American Beautv Roses and Violets Mr. Joseph O. Carson " , Jr. Mr. Ray G. Dauber Leo. W. Benson .... Med., ' 36 Ernest L. Bliss ' 38 Harold C. Boehm ' 36 Lemann H. Bounds . . . Med., ' 37 W. Marschall Brewer .... ' 36 WiLLi. M E. Butler, Jr. . . . ' 37 H.AZEN W. Cole ' 37 David E. Cooley ' 37 LeVere Cooley " III ' 37 Edward O. Cooper ' 36 WiLLi.iM J. Curry, Jr. . . Law, ' 35 Ch.- rles J. Donald, Jr. . . Med., ' 36 Joseph C. Evans .... Med., ' 38 Girard J. Fernandez . . Law, ' 35 Fred F. Hebert ' 35 Leslie R. Hebert ' 35 Fratres IX Facultate Dr. Paul C. Foster Mr. Avery Patton, Jr. Mr. J. Alfred Snytjer, Jr. Law, Law Fratres ix Uxiversitate J. Ch.almers Herman Al«-yn J. Justrabo . F. Robert Kinberger M. Mortimer Kreeger James J. LaN.asa . William L. LeBoeuf John A. Le -y . - Robert D. Lottinger John D. McBride . Lionel H. McDonald Alvin F. Mitchell . Joseph N. Mitchell . Bradford J. Monroe . Greer 0. Moore . . William C. Moseley . Samuel C. Oliver . . John C. O ' Quin, Jr. . Med., ' 35 ' 35 ' 36 ' 37 ' 35 ' 35 ' 38 ' 36 ' 38 ■ ' 35 ' 38 ' 35 ' 38 ' 38 ' 38 ■38 ■38 Louis R. Otto, Jr. . . . Stanford J. Otto . . . James R. Philp . . . . James H. Ricau, Jr. . . Homer R. Robinson . . Walter S. Rodriguez . Gordon U. Sanford . . Law, Jackson T. Scull . . . Med., Earl S. Spale Med., J. Arthur Sproles, Jr. . . Med., Arnaud p. Tex.ada, Jr Naugle K. Thomas . . . Med., Edwin H. West .... Med., Alcide J. Weysham Edward T. White, Jr. . . Med., Henry C. White ' 37 ' 38 ' 38 ' 37 ' 35 ' 36 ' 38 ' 38 ' 35 ' 36 ' 35 •36 ' 37 ' 37 ' 38 •36 Page 204. SIGMA PHI DELTA ' «Mt Alexander, Argus, Blakesley, Brown, Cazenave. Cullen, Dixon, Gabriel Gruiidmann. Guidry, Haas, Houlgrave, Mabel, Meyer, Mooney, Nobile Rabalais, Randon, Rogers, Settoon. Tolley, Vogt (Social Engineering Fraternity) Founded at University of Southern California, 1924 Colors: Red and Black ZETA CHAPTER Established at TuUine in l )2g Nine Active Chapters FIo ' u;it: American Beautv Rose Fratres IX Facultate Dr. Douci.as S. Asuerson Prof. James M. Robert Fratres ix Universitate Thomas E. Alexander, Jr, Wii.bert L. Argus . . John C. Barti.ev . David J. Bi.akesi.ev, Jr. Harwood I. Brown . . Eugene J. Cazenave, Jr. Wll.l.lAM P. Cui.LEN . O. Patrick OARnv . John K. Di.xun . . . John M. CJabriei, . Claude W Goi.d. te . Vernon P. Grundmann Clarence M. GLlnR . • ■ 35 ■ . ' 36 . . ' 36 ■ • ' 37 . ■ ' 37 ■ • ' 37 . - ' 35 . . ' 36 ■ ■ ' 37 ■ • ' 37 . . ' 3S ■ • ' 37 . . ' 38 George F. Williamson Edgar J. Ha. s, Jr. . . Charles J. Houlcrave Ladd H. House . . . Daniel P. Ma bel . . Dennis C. Meyer . . Joseph R. Moonev . . Ferdie a. Nobile . James E. Rabalais . . Fl ' lcran F. Randon, Jr. Charles O. Rogers . . William B. Settoon . Walter W. Toi.lev . John F. Vogt, Ir. . . 35 35 •38 ' 35 ' 35 •38 ' 37 •38 ' 37 •38 ■35 " 36 ■38 I ' lii i- - i)5 1 reseniLncj r NEWCOMB SORORITIES t Backer. Barnett, Cherry, Colomb. Colvin. Daly. Hall Heclit. Ht ' clcort. Hoehn, Jacobs. Jalinekf!, Legior, Maltry Michel, Pa i let. Poweis, Reeves, Sale, Singreen, Thacker NEWCOMB PAN-HELLENIC ASSOCIATION Officers Dorothy Russ . . . InA A. Barnett PresiJcnt Secretary- Treasurer Pi Beta Phi C0«.. S. JAIINCKE Alf ha Omlcron Pi Catherine C. O ' Nch.l Chi Omega Helen J. Michel Ktipptt Klip pa Giuiiinn Nanl ' v R. Reeves M EMBERS Elected Phi Mu Leslie H. Thacker .Hpha Delta Pt Sara M. Powers Kappa Alpha Thcta Florence F!. Singreen Alpha Epsilon Phi Eleanor L. Jacors Ze a Tau Alpha Fav Allen Puta Phi Alpha Carolyn Maltry Beta Sigma Omicron I II A A. Uarnpit Phi Sigma Sigma Edith Paii.et Pi Beta Phi I.VNNE P. IIeCHE Alplui Otnicran Pi IIai.cmin R. Colomb (jhi Omega I.OIISE C. IIOEIIN kappa Kappa Gainina M R l.ofisE Legier Members Ex-Officio Phi Mu M AREL MtC. II l L Alpha Delta Pi XiiA S. Oaia Kappa Alpha Thcta Katherine S. Colvin Alpha Epsilon Phi Dorothy H. Sale Zcta Tau Alpha Isabel L. Heckert Beta Phi Alpha MiNOLA L. Backer Beta Sigma Omicron Sarah E. Cherry Phi Sigma Sigma E1.ISE Greenwald -■ ' Paye soy y PI BETA PHI Allen, E., Allen, L., Baker, Brenchley, Buck, Coates, Corbin, Dart. Dixon, Leverich, Foltz, George, Hardie Harper, Hecht. Hopkins, Jackson. Jahncke, Janvier, Juden. Leverich, Lipscomb, Lockett, Lyons Maunsell. McDaniel. Mitchener, Norton, Peacock. Potter, Priestley, Quillan, Reid, Richardson, Robinson Schoolfleld, Shands, Simpson, Smith, Spencer, StaufEer, Tack, Taylor, L., Upton, Walmsley, Wehrmann, Werlin Founded at Monmouth College, 1867 LOUISIANA ALPHA CHAPTER Established at Nev:comb in iSqi Seventy-eight Active Chapters Colors: Wine and Blue Flower: Wine Carnation Mary W. Butler In Facultate Helen R. Clifford Alice M. Labouisse In Universitate Irving Allee Eva W. Allen ..... Lydia H. Allen .... Mary Lee Baker .... Marguerite C. Brenchley Susan O. Buck .... Mary Louise Budreau . Caroline P. Coates . . . Polly Corbin Mary K. Dart Ruth E. Dixon .... Claire H. Dolph . . . Emily Jane Foltz . . . Mary Ellen Freeman . . Grace George ... Charlotte M. Hardie . . Lucy K. Harper .... Margaret B. Hart . . . LvNNE P. Hecht .... Claude C. Hodges . . . 37 Minna B. Hopkins . 38 Frances Howard . . 35 LuciLE Hull . . . 35 Caledonia Jackson , 38 Cora S. Jahncke . . 37 Jessie W. Janvier . 38 Paulina Jordan . . 38 Dorothy W. Juden . . 38 Marion F. Leverich . 38 Isabel McG. Lipscomb . 37 Betty G. Lockett . . 37 Marie Celeste Lyons . 37 Montine K. McDaniel 38 Ernestine McMillan 38 CoRiNNE H. Maunsell 38 Marjorie Mitchener 37 Nancy B. Morris . . 38 Natalie Norton . . 35 Mary E. Peacock . 38 Evelyn L. Potter . Wendell Priestley . ' 35 Janet C. Quillian ' 35 ' 38 Mary Heloise Reid . . • ■ ' 35 ' 36 Elaine H. Richardson . . . . ' 38 ' 38 Pamela Robinson ' 35 ' 35 Marian F. Schoolfield . . . ' 38 ' 37 Alice G. Schramm ' 38 ' 38 Louise G. Schramm . . . . . ' 37 ' 36 Eleanor Shands ' 36 ' 36 Helen M. Simpson ' 36 ' 38 Amy Smith ...... ' 38 ' 38 Josephine V. Spencer .... ' 37 ' 35 Marie Louise Stauffer . . . ' 37 ' 36 K.atherine D. Tack . . ' 37 ' 38 Louise H. Taylor .... ' 35 ' 38 Mary R. Taylor ' 38 ' 36 Margaret Thompson . . . . ' 36 ' 35 Mary R. LTpton ' 38 ' 35 Augusta Walmsley ... . ' 37 ' 38 LiSE Wehrmann ' 35 ' 35 Leila S. Werlein ' 37 ' 37 Page 20S Ash, Brumby. D. L., Brumby. M.. Barker. Colomb. B.. Colomb. D.. Colomb. H.. Davis Douglass, Duvlc. Freret, Goodell. Heaton, Hujy, Kelly. Mize. Moise. Murphv. North O ' Connor, Rollins, Scales, E., Scales L,., Shaw, Torre. Trudeau. White. Williamson Founded .it Barnard College, 1S97 Colors: White and Cardina Dagmar R. Le Breton PI CHAPTER EslahlishrJ at Nevjcomb in 1S9S Forty-five Active Chapters In Facultate Anna E. Many Flower: Jacqueminot Rose Gt.ADVS A. Revshaw MiRiA.M P. Ash . . Dorothy M. Barker Dorothy L. Brumby . Martha M. Brlmb Emily Jane Carter . Beverly R. Colomr . Dorothy R. Colomb . Halcyon R. Colomb . Marthalee Craft . Margaret McL. Davis Sarah C. Douoi.ass . Nan B. Duvic . . . Virginia A. Freret . Farroncita Goodell Adele H. Heaton . Ann Kelly .... Donna F. Lemarie . In Universitate ' 37 Marjorie M. Lemarie ' 37 Sidney Mize . . . ' 38 Ernestine E. MoVse . ' 3. ' ; Minter Mae Moran ' 38 Josephine E. Murphy ' 37 Leona C. North . . ' 38 Jerrie M. O ' Connor ' 35 Catherine C. O ' Neill ' 37 Ethel V. Rollins . ' 36 Elizabeth A. Scales ' 37 Louise Scales . . . ' 38 Mildred R. Shaw . . ' 37 Sarah A. Taylor . . ' 38 Janice R. Torre . . ' 38 Be.urice E. Trudeau ' 38 Harriet S. White . ' 38 Ai.myra Williamson ' 38 ' 36 ' 36 ' 37 37 ' 37 " 38 ' 36 ' 37 ' 37 ' 37 ' 36 ' 38 ' 36 ' 38 ' 36 ' 17 Page 20Q CHI OMEGA ©§ po t ? ¥ m Angle, Bacharach, Barret. Brister, Brogan. Brown, Buchanan. Chanmess, Craddock, Daly, Denning, Ebaugh Ellis. Farish, Field. Fuller, Galbreath. Hemphill. Hilliard, Hoehn, Kanimer, Kelleher, King, Koehler Mayer, McCleskey, McCullough, L., McCullough, S., McKee. Michel. Mlddleton, Xix, Owens Quigley, Rester. Samsot Schlegel, Story, Texada, Thomas, Venable. Voorhies, Waddle, Walther, Weed, A., Weed, L., Weed. M., Whittaker. Wilcox Founded at University of Arkansas, iS RHO CHAPTER Established at Neiucomh in igoo Eighty-seven Active Chapters Colors: Cardinal and Straw Floiuer: White Carnation Marv Sue Andersok Edna E. Angle . Bettye a. Bacharach Claudia N. Barret . Coral V. Brister . . Martha S. Brogak . Mary P. Browk . , Katherixe D. Buchanan Kate M. Chamness . Alida J. Clark . . V. Barr Conover . . Mary Betty Craddock Katharine C. Daly . Nancy V. Denning . H. Louise Ebaugh . Martha C. Ellis . . Sarah H. Parish . . V ERA B. Field . . . Katharine D. Frazier Eleanore a. Fuller Jamie F. Galbraith . In Facui.tate Clara Lewis Landry Bertha Allen Latane In Universitate 37 Gladys McK. Hasselle 38 Charlotte S. Hawkins 37 Frances Heidler . . . 35 Winnie G. Hemphill . 37 Maria M. Hilliard . 36 Louise C. Hoehn . . . 38 Olivia P. Kammer . 36 Jane E. Kelleher . . 37 Mary- L. Kimbell . . 36 Alfreda K. King . . 37 Frances M. Koehler 38 Virginia Liggett . . 37 Joy McCanne . . . 38 Nancy M. McCleskey 3S Lucerne McCullough 35 Suzanne McCullough 38 Emily D. McKee . . . 37 Pearl A. Mayer . . . 38 Helen J. Michel . . . 37 Carolyn P. Middleton 3S Rosary V. Nix .... Olive S. Owens . . 37 Emily P. Quigley . 38 Jane C. Rainey . . 36 Elaine Rester . . . 38 Rosemary Samsot . 37 Ed.na S. Schlegel . 35 Jane F. Sherman . 38 Adele L. Story- . . 38 Francise H. Talbot 38 Margaret J. Talbot 38 Jacqueline Texada . 35 Adeline L. Theriot . 36 Mary Y. Thomas . 38 GowDY Venable . . 37 Mireille M. Voorhies 37 Jane Waddle . . . 37 Lilian H. Walther . 36 Antoinette P. Weed 37 Lucy E. Weed . . . 36 Margarette E. Weed 37 GWENDOLYNN M. WhiTTAKER 3 5 Louise Yocum 3S •38 ' 37 ' 38 ' 37 ' 36 ' 37 ' 38 ' 37 ' 37 ' 38 ' 38 ' 36 ' 37 ' 38 ' 38 ' 36 ' 35 ' 35 ' 38 ' 37 •38 Pa e 210 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA QB ©©P0 Bramlette, Brown, Buford. Bull. Carrutli, Cliavanne. Clall.oriiK, Colfoclt, Curtis. Uunis Gait. Gautlet. Hardy, Hardin. Hess. Hochenedel. Klinesmith. Krumbhaar. Kostmayi-r. Laidlaw Lanier. Legier. M. L.. Lemann. Leverich. Lykes. McCoy. Mondy. Musser. Nolan. Olivier K Provosty. Reeves. Ross, Sellers, Sinclair, Walker. Wells. Wh eler, Woodard. ■ Vood var ' d Founded at Monmouth College, 1879 BETA OMICRON CHAPTER Eslnbtislicd III Nfv;comb in igo Sixty-eight Active Chapters Colors: Light Blue and Hark Blue M. K D. Bowers . . . M.VRGEREl.I.E BR.MHI.ETTE Hii.D. B. Brown . . . Alice (!. Bui-oru . . . Marv O. Bl ' i.i, . . . Bowie Carrliii . . . Klgemi; Cuav.wne . . CORIWK M. Ci.aibornte Marjorie McC. Clarke Kl.OISE E. COLCOCK . . Nellie C. Curtis . Beitv C. Curiis ' c . . Nina DkB. Desis . . Lii.i.LW C. Gai.t . . . Geraldisk Gaudet . . Leonard Hardin . . . lloi ' K Uardv .... Ladv Helen Henruji es Beverly J. Hess . . . Jane C. IIochenedel . Dar k Blue In Faclltate Ftozurr: Fleur-de-lis Elizabeth B. Raymond Florence A. Smith DORO ' rnv W. Sf.aco Adelin I.V L ' XIVERSIT.VTE E. S fencer ' 37 Marjorie R. Klines.mitii . •3S Louise Puts ' 3 Margaret E. Kosimay er . , 37 Angei.ioue L. Provosty . ' 3S Margaret M. Krcmbiia. r . ' l Nancy R. Reeves . . . 37 Jeanne L.mdlaw ' 35 Betsy ' Ros s .... ' 38 Katiierine B. Lanier . . . ' 38 SiDONiE P. Scott . . ' 3! K. THERiNE Legier .... ' V Katherine T. Sellers . ' 3S Marie Lolise Legier . . ' 35 Nellie Sinclair . . ' 35 Marjorie L. Lemann . . ■3 ' ' Elizabeth C. Spencer . ' 37 Ethei.vn R. Leverich . . ' l . Carolyn M. Stubbs . . ' 37 Genevieve P. Lykes . . . ' 3 Jane F. Walker . . . 37 Margaret . McKo - . ■3S Patricia Watson . . 37 Elizabeth L. Marston . •3S Peggy P. Weaver . ' 35 Peggy M. L. L rtin . . ' 37 L RY G. Wells . •3S Ai.isiA H. Mooin . •38 Beity Wheeler . ' 35 Frances Musser " 3 Clara D. Williams . . h Kaiiierine E. Nolan . . . ■36 F. Woods Wilson . ' 3X Kaie Minor Olivier . . •38 L RY E. Wilson . 3S Lillian ' . Pantai.l . . . ' 38 Ann C. Woodard . 3S Anna F. Pii-fs ■ Peggv Woodward . ' 38 Ei.iz. betii K. Pipes . ■37 Virginia L. Worthinctov ,37 35 •38 •38 ■38 ' 34 35 ' 38 ■37 ■38 ' 38 Pai)f 2 1 PHI MU Alexander. All n. Banks. Batson. Baxter. Biossat. Breidenbach, Castlen, Chapotel. Durrett. Eddins, G. Hall. Jones. Joseph. D., Joseph, M. J.. Judlin, King. A., King, M., Korndorffer, Moore. Parker Peteet. Pugh. Redditt, Rees, Ryan, Thacker, Till. Trunzler, Wild, Walter, Williams, Tates Founded at Wesleyan College, 1852 Colors: Rose and White DELTA CHAPTER Establislied at Nevjcomb in iQod Fifty-nine Active Chapters Floiver: Enchantress Carnation Eunice B.accich Ix Facultate K.WHRYS " Haklev Katherine Kammer In Universitate Ruth B. Alexander ' 37 Jane Allen ' 38 Mary Lydia Banks ' 38 Dorothy Batson ' 38 Louise Baxter ' 38 Mary R. Bioss.at ' 38 Janet P. Breidenbach ' 37 Mary Louise Castlen ' 35 Mary Louise Chapotel ' 38 Imogene Durrett ' 36 Gladys M. Eddins ' 38 Jane A. Eddins ' 37 Mabel McC. Hall ' 36 Laura B. W. Jones ' 36 Dorothy R. Joseph ' 38 Joyce Joseph ' 38 Esther Judlin ' 38 Marjorie a. Yates . . Adger King ' 37 Mary Frances King ' 35 Dorothy ' O. Korndorffer ' 38 Hazel L. Long ' 38 Louise H. Moore ' 38 Virginia Parker ' 37 Harriette Peteet ' 36 Dorothy J. Pugh ' 38 Nina H. Redditt ' 36 Ruth H. Rees ' 36 Anne J. Ryan r- 8 Leslie H. Thacker ' 36 Jean Till ' 37 Clarieel B. Trunzler ' 38 Ruth Walter ' 36 Mildred Wild ' 37 Jane S. Williams ' 38 ' 38 •aye 212 ALPHA DELTA PI Barnwell. Beaman, Blattman, Daly, Favrot. Felke Goodwin, Hardy, Jeppesen, Johnson, Kane. Ladieu Marchand, Marlette, Miller, Powers, Roth Founded at Weslejan Female College, 1S51 Colors: Pale Blue and White EPSILON CHAPTER Established at Newcomb in lgo6 Fifty-six Active Chapters In Facultate Charloite H. Boatner Gertrude R. Smith Flovjer: Purple ' iolet Aldrev B. White Lucille M. Articues P. ULINE L. B.VRKWELL Doris E. Beamav . . Bertha L. Bl. ttmak Marv R. Brothers . Isabel Crawford . . NiTA S. Daly . . . Yvonne Favrot . . Jewel R. Feike . . Marv Ella Gardner Mary Louise Goodwin Katherine Hard est y In Universitate ' 38 Mary Ada Hardy . ' 38 Helen N. Jeppesen . ' 36 Nancy L. Johnson . ' 37 Anna M. Kane . . ' 315 Lillian L. Kemp . . ' 38 Gloria B. Ladieu . . ' 36 Beverly M. Marchand ' 37 GeRALDINE M. NL RLt-ITE ' 38 Elizabpiii Menuet . . ' 3I- Dorothy W. Miller . ' 37 Sara M. Powers . . . ' 33 E.MELiNE R. Roth . . . ' 37 ' 37 •38 ' 37 ' 36 ' 37 ' 37 ' 37 ' i ' 37 ' 37 ■38 I ' aQe 2n J KAPPA ALPHA THETA " ■ S p :.f- . X 7 ' " Adams, Baker, Basham, Blakeslee, Bowlby, Butt, R., Butt, S., Colvin. Cooper, Costley Davis. Dodson, Fussell, Gottschalk, A., Gottschalk, E., Grinnell, Hendrick, Hoge, Jarman, Johnstone Kirk, Kohl, Lallande, Meyer, C, Meyer, T., Neild, Prichard, Reike, Robertson, Sherman Singreen, Smith, Taylor, " Walker, M. E., " Walker, M. K., Watshe, Warner, West, L. L., Wheless, " Williams Founded at DePauw University, 1870 Colors: Black and Gold ALPHA PHI CHAPTER Established at Newcomh in 1914. Sixty-four Active Chapters Floiver: Pansy Mildred G. Christian In Facultate Adele M. Drouet Dixie Tharp Leone Adams .... Alston Arny .... Elizabeth N. Baker . Helen M. Barnes . . Mary B. Basham . Betty ' Blakeslee . . . Ruth M. Bouchard . Betty Bowlby .... Ruth M. Butt . . . Sue Butt .... Dorothy- E. Cline . . Katherine S. Colvin . Charlene McN. Cooper Cecile G. Costley . . Doris D. Davis . . . Dorothy F. Dodson . . Edith Fussell .... In Universitate ' 38 Mary Valerie Gaiennie ' 37 Adrienne Gottschalk . ' 38 Elaine M. Gottschalk ' 38 Margaret L. Grinnell ' 36 Alice M. Hebert . . ' 38 May V. Hendrick . . ' 38 Catherine B. Hoce . . ' 37 Jane C. Jarman . . . ' 35 Janet M. Johnstone . ' 37 Dorothy- M. Kelly . . ' 37 Bery-l J. Kirk .... ' 35 Dorothy Kohl . . . ' 35 Catherine Lallande . ' 36 Etoile L. McCelvey ' . ' 35 Harriett G. Marucheau ' 36 Constance Meyer . ' 38 Yvonne Mey ' er . . . ' 38 Betty B. Neild ' 37 ' 36 Frances E. Prichard .... ' 38 ' 38 Virginia L. Richelieu . . . . ' 38 ' 38 Frances W. Ricks ' 38 ' 38 Martha M. Robertson . . . ' 37 ' 36 Frances E. Shannon . . . . ' 35 ' 36 Doris L. Sherman ' 37 ' 38 Florence E. Singreen . . . ' 36 ' 38 Lucile Smith ' 35 ' 37 Jane Taylor ' 37 ' 36 Mary Elizabeth Walker . . ' 37 ' 38 Mary K. Walker ' 38 ' 38 Eileen A. Walshe ' 38 ' 38 Lucy Y. Warner ... . . ' 36 ' 38 Polly W. West ' 36 ' 35 Nancy E. Wheless . ... ' 38 ' 38 Lee McL. Williams . ... ' 38 Page 214 ALPHA EPSILON PHI Abes, Eisenstaedt, Goldman. Heinemann, Jacobs, Kahn, C. Kalin, F.. Kohlman Krau.ss. Latter. Lemann. Levy, Loeb. F., Loeb. R.. Lowenstein. Potlitzer Prossburg. Robineau, Rothschild, Sale. Schwarz, Stern. Trum. Wolf Founded Jiarnard College, 1909 EPSILON CHAPTER Eslabiishiii til iXm-comh in iqi6 Twenty Active Chapters Colors: Green and White Floirer: Lilv of the Vallev Amta M. Abes . . . Jane S. Blumesthal El.lSE COHN .... Marv E. Cohn . . . Hermione F. Curjel Ami A R. Fifros ' . . I.OLisE T. Eisenstaedt Al.KCE J. Geisenderger Louise May CiOi.dman ' Jane M. CiReenfiei.d Lii.i.iAN Handei.man- Bernice Heine.mann Eleanor L. Jacobs . Ceciie M. Kahn . . Fi.EiREiTE E. Kahn . Kari.een Klein . . Cesil S. Kohlman . Marian F. Kohlman Margaret Kral ' SS . SlIIRI.KV Latier . . Frances E. Wolf In Uni ersit. te ' 36 Fannie M. Lemann . . ' 37 Marion L. Lew . . . ' 38 Sydney G. Lob .... ' 38 Frances K. Loeb . . . ' 38 RosiNE J. Loeb .... ' 38 LoiTSE R. Lowenstein . ' 38 Claire r R. .... ' 37 Mer.mina N. Moog . . ' 37 NLmrink H. Potlitzer . ' 3S Joan Pressblrg . . . Be.virice L Robineau . ' 37 EoA Rosenthal . . . ' 36 LAiREinE I. Rothschild ' 36 Marie R. Saai ' 38 Dorothy B. Sale . . . ' 37 L RJORY S. SCHW AR . ' 36 Joel Si.mon ' 36 Frances B. Si ern . . . ' 38 Janice F. Tri . i . . . ' 38 Isabel J. Weii ' 37 ' 3« ' 38 ' 38 ' 38 ■3S 36 •3S ' 36 •38 ■37 ' 35 ' 37 ■36 ■37 ■38 ■37 Sf Page 21 ZETA TAU ALPHA Crichlow, Dodd, Dyke, Forst, Frick, Hall, Halliday, Heckert Hudson, Ivey. Johns, Lemann, McKenzie, Methe, Mayer, Mesnian OriMson, Pelias, Tatab, Tillery, Whitehead Founded at Virginia State Normal, i? BETA KAPPA CHAPTER Established at Newcomb in IQ2 ' Sixty-four Active Chapters Colors: Steel Gra} ' and Turquoise Blue In Facultate Rose LeDieu Mooney Flozver: White Violet In Universitate Fay Allen Catherine L. Corn ay Dalton D. Crichlow Irma M. Dodd Harriet W. Dyke Caroline Eldredge Anita B. Evans Gloria R. Forst Betty R. Frew Eleanora E. Frick Catherine M. Hall Elizabeth Halliday Isabel L. Heckert Verda a. Hudson ' 3 Muriel R. Whitehead 36 Elaine S. Ivey ' 37 37 Olga H. Johns ' 38 36 Harriet M. Lemann ' 37 38 Margaret T. McKenzie ' 38 37 loNE Z. Mayer ' 37 37 Doris C. Mesman ' 37 38 Hazel A. Methe ' 35 38 Aileen Orrison ' 38 38 Nena N. Pelais ' 37 36 Anna Mae Ricks ' 37 36 Rosaly " nd S. Tabb ' 36 38 Dorothea R. Thornton ... ' 38 35 Joyce P. Tillery ' 36 Shirley Walther ' 37 ' 35 Pa( e 216 n BETA PHI ALPHA ( r .rs r ' Backpr, M., Backer. W., Bodker, Brocliman, Dickniann. Gulotta, Haas Hudson, Lacliin, Maltry. McCardell, NefE, L., Neft, M.. Odom Paine, Rice, Simon, Viosca, Willy, Wlrth Founded at University of California, 1909 Colors: Green aiid Oold TAU CHAPTER Eslablislied al Scivcomh in iqjS T venty Active Cfiapters In Facultate Rose Beeson FIokit: Yellow Tea Rose MiNOLA L. Backer ' 35 Adele S. Bodker ' 36 Georgette G. Brockman ' 37 Marion Carleton . ' 37 Dorothy M. Council ' 35 Mary E. Diciimann ■ • ' 35 Doris V. Dii.i.ON ' 38 Mary T. Gulotta ' 37 Jane Haas ' 37 WiLMA M. Hudson ' 36 Alice V. Kiern ' 37 Shirley Koelle ' 37 Anna A. Lachin ' 3i Marguerite A. Wiktii . In Universitate Adrienne D. McCardell ' 36 Carolyn Maltry ' 35 Jeanne M. Neff ' 37 Marie E. Neff ' 38 Shirley Y. Odom ' 37 Cene-ita Ortenbach ' 38 Doris C. Paine ' 35 Marion V. Rice ' 37 Grace H. Simon ' 38 Marguerite E. Tinker ' 37 Dorothy M. Toppino ' 38 Gladys M. Viosca ' 37 Maitie R. Willy ' 38 ' 36 I ' ac f iiy BETA SIGMA OMICRON Barnes, Barnett, BlessGy, Booth, Briede. Cherry, Cox, Davis Drake, Eldridge, Fagan, Hill, Jumel, Kachel. Kinberger, Lafaye. de Lucas McDaniels, Negueloua Paquet, Pearce, Powell, Regan, Thomas, Wander Founded at University of Missouri, iS Colors: Ruby and Pink ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER Established at Nezucomb in ig2g T venty-t«o Active Chapters Flo-Li. ' ers: Richmond and Killarnev Roses In Universitate Mary G. Barnes . . Ida a. Barnett . . Marion C. Blessey . Sara E. Booth . . . Harriette R. Branan Kathryn C. Briede . Flora Burton . . . Sarah E. Cherry . . Lucille Comes . . - Carmen J. Coreera . Sophie M. Cox . . . Frankie M. Davis . Francis C. Drake . Winnie M. Eldridge Georgia Anne Fagan Frances C. Gomila . ' 35 ' 35 ' 35 •38 ' 38 ' 35 ' 38 ' 35 ' 37 ' 37 ' 38 ' 36 ' 38 ' 37 ' 38 ' 36 Josephine Wander Doris E. Hill Mignon W. Jumel . . . Constance Kachel . . . May Lee Kinberger . . . Anna T. Lafaye . . . . Helen E. Lear Roma de Lucas . . . . Louise McDaniels . . . Francisca M. Negueloua . Athalie E. Paquet . . . Betty J. Pearce . . . . Catherine Powell . . . Helen Powell Ruth M. Rogan . . . . Julia M. Thomas . . . . Elizabeth J. S. Walters . ' 35 ' 38 ' 35 ' 37 ' 37 ' 38 ' 37 ' 36 ' 38 ' 37 ' 3S ' 38 ' 38 ' 35 ' 35 ' 37 ■38 raffC 21S PHI SIGMA SIGMA Aronson. L., Ai-onson, Colien. Jonas, Pallet Rubin. Stool, Strug, Wexler Founded at Hunter College, 191 3 PSI CHAPTER Eslahiished al Ne-ivcomb, IQJ Eighteen Active Chapters Colnrs: King Bine and Gold f o-iic;-; American Beauty Rose In Uni ' ersitate Lillian Aronson ' ,g I,iLLiAN Aronson ' ,g Helen Cohen ' ,5 Rose Devenskv ,g Louise M. Folks ' , g Clara 0. Freeman- -g Kl.ISE Green ' w.m.d ,, roselea jon ' as ' ,- Evelyn Kat . ,, J Edith Pailet •,_ 3 Henrietta Rosen ,j Paula E. Rubin -. Goi.DiK P. Srooi ,o J Florence Strug , . jj Bertha Wexler Med. ' -- I ' ai f JiQ 1 reseniLiicf PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES 7 jj-Md ' I 0 ff f Alien, Arnold. Barber. V lv .. i ;i ;l -l;i . . n, ilaigler Marks, Romeo. Seale, Thomason, von Lang ernian. Williams MEDICAL PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL Organized April, 192. , for the purpose of securing co-operation among the several fraternities and preserving standards of membership. Officers Thomas P. Foltz Pri-sidinl Earl S. Seai.e rice-Prcsidenl W. Emmett Crumpler, Jr Secretary Richard P. Vixcent Treasurer Wii.HEi.MiNA C. Bacher Reporter Representati es ' " ■ ( ' hi Thtta Kappa Psi ' hi R ho Sigma C. Ruv Wn.i.iAMS Earle S. Seai.e (Jus W. Thomason, Jr. W. Emmeit Crumpi.er, Jr. J. Ross Shipp Sam li. Maici.er, Jr. Nil Sigma Nu .llpha Kappa Kappa Phi Delia Epsiloit Thomas P. Koi.r Ralph F. Ai.i.e Z. Joseph Romeo L. James Arsoi.d, Jr. Richard W. Vincent Paul S. Marks Alpha Epsiloii Iota Phi Lambda Kappa GeORCIANA J. VON Langerman Irvin M. Grasscreen Wilhelmina C. Bacher B. Bernard Weinstein Page 221 PHI CHI « - l f%-rX Cl ' - ' ' T ' i l. Askin, Beacham. Beaver, Bigsby. Browiifield.. Burnett, Collins, Colvin, Crittenden, Dixon, Douglas, Du Bois Furrh. Garner, Gillespy, Glass, Grantham. Guilbeau, Hawkins, Henderson. Hendrick, Jones. J., Kelleher, Knolle Lambert, Lewis, J., Lewis, C, Littell, Long, McCall, McConnell, Milburn, Minot, Moore, Murfee, Naugle, T. Nockton, Pickens, Pugh, Quantz, Randall, PLOyce, Skinner, St. Martin, Stewart, Talbot, Thomas, Tooke, Williams (Professional Medical Fraternity) Eastern, Founded University of Vermont, 1889; Southern, Louisville Medical College, 189+; Consolidated, March 3 1905 OMICRON CHAPTER Established lgo2; Pi Mu merged September 30, IQ22 Dr. Norman E. Applewhite Dr. George E. P. Barnes Dr, Charles C, B.«s Dr. George S. Bel, Emeritus Dr, Fr- nk L. Cato, Jr. Dr. Lewis A. Curry Dr. Charles D. Ehlert Dr. Edmond L. Faust Fratres in Facultate Dr. E. D. Fenner, Emeritus Dr. Frederick L. Fenno Dr. .Andrew V. Friedrichs Dr. Idys M. Gage Dr. S. C. Gillespie, Jr. Dr. John T. Halsey Dr. William H. Harris Dr. Joseph Hume, Emeritus Dr. S. Ch.mlle Jamison Dr. John A. Lanford Dr. Edwin H. Lawson Dr. George K, Logan Dr. Howard R. Mahorner Dr. Leon J. Menville Dr. Charles J. Miller Dr. William N. Offutt, HI Dr. Arthur N. Owens Dr, R.awlev M. Penick, Jr. Dr. E. Perry Thom.as Dr. Roy H. Turner Dr. Willard R. Wirth John P. Adams ' 38 Joe D. Anderson ' 36 Henry E. Askin ' 36 WooDARD D. Beacham, Jr. . . ' 35 James L. Beaver ' 35 Frank L. Bigsby, Jr ' 35 Jack D. Brownfield . . ' 37 James W. Burnett, Jr ' 35 P.i uL S. Causey ■36 Sam C. Collins ' 36 S. Harvey Colvin, Jr ' 35 Jack A. Crittenden ' 36 Taylor W. Crowley .... ' 37 W. Emmett Crumpler, Jr. . . ' 36 James D. Dickson ... ' 38 Joseph W. Douglas ... ' 38 Otho K. DuBoise ' 35 Everett T. Duncan . . . ' 37 William E. Ehlert .... ' 38 Chester A. Fort ' 36 Madison A. Furrh ' 35 Shelley R. Gaines ' 36 Amos D. Garner .... ' 38 Ivan W. Gessler — ' 38 y ' - - Fratres in Universitate Charles H. Gillespy ' 35 Tom a. Glass, Jr ' 37 Everett G. Grantham, Jr. . . . ' 35 Joseph P. Griffon ... . . ' 38 Eric E. Guilbeau, Jr ' 36 S. Wright H.wkins ' 37 Hillary H. Henderson, Jr. . . . ' 38 John A. Hendrick, Jr ' 35 Robert S. Higdon ' 37 Jesse R. Hightower ' 36 John M, Johnson, Jr ' 36 Robert L. Johnson . . ... ' 35 Frank J. Jones ' 38 Jack R. Jones ' 38 Robert C, Kelleher . . . ■ ' 37 .i lbert p. Kimball, Jr. . . . ' 36 Robert L. Knolle ' 37 Thomas H. Lambert ' 37 John A. Lewis, Jr. . . . . . ' 35 William C. Littell . - . . . ■ ' ' i R. Nelson Long ' 35 E. Frank McCall ' 35 R. Wilson McComas ' 37 Hiram A. McConnell ' 35 James DeP. Manget ' 37 J. Lloyd M. ssey ' 36 Conn L. Milburn, Jr ' 35 W. Dobbs Minot ' 35 Charles R. Moore ' 35 John A. Murfee ■ ' 38 Robert A. Nockton ' 38 Albert Owers ' 36 James L. Pickens .... ■ ■ ' 37 Ernest H. Planck, Jr ' 37 William W. Pugh, Jr ' 38 Herman C. Quantz ' 37 W. Spears Randall, Jr ' 37 Owen Royce, Jr ' 35 Roy J. St. Martin .... . ' 36 Thomas L. Shinnick, Jr. . . . ' 38 Ira C. Skinner, Jr ' 35 Gerald S. Smith ... . . ' 36 John R. Stewart ' 35 Joe D. Talbot ' 38 William F. Thomas, Jr ' 37 Thomas B. Tooke, Jr ' 36 Gus F. Weber ' 36 C. Roy Williams ' 35 Page 222 ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA Allen. D., Allen, G.. Allen. R.. Baker, Borly. Bridges. Brisk, Buckley, Buckncr. Burdin Carmoufhe, : araon. Day. Evans. Glover. Hamilton. Herring. Hesser, Horn. Hudtlloston. Jones Knapp, Landry. Luvert. Maltry, Pitts, Prejean. Reeves. Shult. Sonlat. Street. Supple Tannuhill, Terry, Thomas. Turberville, Tugwoll. Vauglian. Warren. Weaver. Welch. Williams, Wiltz (Professional ] Iedical Frutirnity) Founded at Dartmouth College, 1888 ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Establislud qoj Dr. Oscar V. Bkime.a Dr. MuiR Hr. i)burn Dr. Wu. I.I.AM P. Br. 1)BL ' rn, Jr. Dr. JosF.rn E. Brikrrk Dr. Donovan C. Hrowne Dr. J. mes C. Cole Di:. N II. Ai.i.EN . . CSeorgk S. Ai.i.EN . . R. i,i ii F. Ai.i.EN . . Archie J. B. ker . . CiERAl.l) Bkrtinot . . John W. Hick, Jr. . P.MM. S. Body . . . Wii.iiAM II. Bridges IIarr I,. Brisk . John P. Buckley . . Wii.i.iAM B. Buckner John J. Blrdin . Tho.vias C. Bun . . F.RNEsr N. Carmoi ' Ch RussEi.i. B. Carson . John M. Cobb . . . George T. Comeau.x Lewis M. D.wvson . Robert C. Dai . James II. Ijiiiv, Jr. . Joseph C. Evans . . F. Scorr Gi.over III Louis F. Hamilton . John S. Herring . . Fratres IN ' Faclltate Dr. Conrad G. Collins Dr. John L. Davis Dr. Hermann B. Gessner Or. Charles S. IIoi.brook Dr. Edward L. King Mr. Charles F. Lacey Fratres in Uxn ersit. ti Dr. Ernest S. Le viSj Emrrilus Or. Abraham L. Metz. Em,nlus Dk. Morei.i. W. Miller Dr. E.mile F. Xaef Dr. ' ilblr C. Smith Pr. Pali, T. Talbot ' 35 Robert N. Hesser . . ' 36 John P. Higgins . . . ' 35 P. Webster Horn . ' 35 Ci ' RTis R. House . . . ' 35 Paul M. Huddleston . ' 37 Lemuel P. James, Jr. . ' 38 William T. Jones . . ' 35 Roger S. Knapp . . . ' 38 Joseph D. Landry . ' 38 Edward L. Levert . . ' 35 L.xwRENCE C. Lewis . ' 35 Ch-rai.d C. McKennon . ' 37 E.MILE Maltr , Jr. . . ' 3S Jack H. Mamield . . ' 3c; Wii.Bi R I " .. Meneran . ' 38 I1. rr L. Mh.ler, Jr. . ' 3S Carl F. Moore, Jr. . ' 36 Philip G. Padgett . ' 37 E RA B. Perry . . . ' 38 Edward B. Pitts . . ' 38 Oran ' . Prejean . ' 38 James T. Reeves . . . ' 38 Wii 1 1 AM C Rentz . . ' 3 37 ' 37 ' 38 ' 38 ' 36 ' 38 ' 37 ' 37 ' 35 ' 37 ' 3? ' 38 ' 37 ' 38 ' 37 ' 38 ' 36 ' 3 5 •38 [35 37 ' 37 ' 37 William O. Ricby . . Joseph A. Sabatier, Jr. Ja.mes R. Shei.ev . . . Clarence I. Shult . . Eugene D. Sim.mons . . Theodore L. L. Soni.xt . Glenn Q. Street . . Louis J. Supple . . . Theodore L. Tannehill Luther L. Terry . . . Naugi.e K. Fhomas . . SA.MUEL p. I ' ODARO . . Wilton E. Tugweli. . John K. Turberville . William L. Tyler . . Luther NL " aughan . Richard W. Vincent . Albert L. Ward . . . Wh.liam S. W.vrren . Joseph W. Weaver . . Ja.mes W. Welch . . Edward T. White . . Xorman E. Williams . Creighton Wrenn . . 37 •38 •38 •38 ' 35 35 •38 ' 38 ' 37 ' 35 ' 3« •38 ' 35 ' 35 ■36 ' 36 •?6 ■36 ' 36 [37 35 ' 38 ' 35 ' 35 Page 22 THETA KAPPA PSI ( . r- f» x Ashby, Benson, Blair, Bounds. Brown, S. V., Brown, W. J., CardwcU. Creel, Dorris Donald, Fowler, Gauthier, Godfrey, Googe, Graham, Gwin, Herpich, Hollimon, Johnson Jones, Lipscomb, Little, Parker, Payne, Pender, Roberts. J. A., Seale. Selser, Smith Stephens, Swetland, Terry, Thames, Townsend, A nson, Wallace, TS ' est. Zieman (Professiojial Aledical Fraterjiity) Founded at Medical College of Virginia, 1879 PI CHAPTER Established igo8 Fratres in Facultate Dr. Foster M. Johns Charles L. Brown Dr. Fr. nk J. Kinberger Earl Z. Browne Dr. Paul G. Lacroix Wiley R. Buffington Dr. Paul A. McIlhenny Dr. Wm. W. Butterworth, Emeritus Dr. Henry E. Men.age, Emeritus Dr. Wiley A. Dial Dr. William H. Perkins Dr. William H. Gillentine Fratres in Universit.ate Dr. Robert Bernhard Dr Dr Dr Dr. Joseph W. Reddock Mr. Joseph T. Roberts Dr. Howard H. Russell Dr. John T. Sanders Dr. William H. Seeman Dr. Thomas B. Sellers John W. Ashby . . . Thomas A. B.aines . Rhett G. Barnes . . • Ch.arles a. Baumhauser Leo W. Benson . . . James R. Blair .... Lemann H. Bounds . . Clarence L. Brook . . Sumner W. Brown . . William J. Brown . Dannie H. Byram . . Robert J. Cardwell . Robert N. Caylor . . James A. Chustz . . Wendell H. Cook . . Gurley " a. Creel . Charles J. Donald . Henry C. Dorris . . . Darwin L. Fielder . . Martin L. Flynt, Jr. . Ross E. Fo VLER . . . William K. Gauthier . James R. Godfrey . . Paul R. Googe . . . Duncan B. Graham .... ' 37 Frederick L. Risher ' 36 Jack B. Griffin ' 37 J. Arthur Roberts ' 38 John V. Gwin ' 36 John C. Roberts, Jr ' 37 George K. Henshall, Jr. . . . ' 38 George H. Rohrer, Jr. . . . ' 37 Edwin J. Herpich ' 36 Tack T. Schull ■38 D.avid p. Hightower . . ' 37 Earle S. Seale ' 35 Merrell 0. Hines . . . . ' 36 Richard E. Selser ' 36 James H. Holliman . . . . ' 36 T. Ross Shipp ■36 Russell D. Holt ' 36 Dayrel D. Smith ' 35 , WOODROW M. HOWDON . . ' 36 Crysup Sory ' 38 James M. Howell ' 38 James A. Sproles ' 36 Samuel W. James ... ' 38 Bernard D. Stack ' 38 Trois E. Johnson . . . , ' 37 Warren C. Stephens, Jr. . . ' 35 Warren C. Jones ' 38 Douglas R. Swetland .... ' 37 Collins Lipscomb ' 38 William S. Terry, Jr. . . . ' 36 Gu-i ' NNE H. Little . ... ' 37 John T. D. Thames . . ' 35 W. Bruce Nelson . ... ' 37 Frank M. Townsend .... ■38 Cleve H. Pardue ' 38 Robert P. Vincent ' 36 Paul H. Parker ' 37 Noley H. Vinson ' 35 Tho.mas T. P.ayne, Jr. . . ' 3i Benjamin C. W.allace, Jr. . . ' 35 John W. Pender ' 3 Edwin H. West ' 37 Byron E. Pollock ... ' 36 William H. Williams . . ' 37 C. Julian R.agan ' 38 John J. Young ' 36 Emmett Ray ' 35 Alphonse H. Zieman .... ' 35 0] asss wa 1 tc ■ — — j gn pfjiP Parte 224 NU SIGMA NU , Allen, Anderson, Arnold, Bethea. Blaine. Blum, Branch, Burt, Bvrne, Carlock Craic Craft Dale Desportt ' , Donnelly, Foltz, Harris. Harwell, Holconibe, Howell. Hume, Irwin. Jennings, Jerabeck jolinson. Keeton, Kemp. Lamb. Lewis, Lock. Long. Lynch, Manson, Matthews. McCurdy. Meyer Michel, Jliller, Myers. Nelson. Parsons, Pope, Riley, Robinson, Simmons, Threadgill. Voorhies. Weed (Profcssionnl Medical Fraternity) Founded at Universit.y of Michigan, 1882 BETA IOTA CHAPTER Established iqio Dr. John J. Archinard Dr. Charles J. Bloom Dr. Edgar Burvs Dr. Octave C. Cassegrain Dr. John- S. Couret Col. Ch. rles F. Craig Dr. Charles V. Duv.m. Dr. Charles L. Eshleman Fratres IX Faclltate Dr. Irving Hardestv, Emeritus Dr. George L. Haroin Dr. Clement R. Jones, Jr. Dr. Philip H. Jones, Jr. Dr. George D. Lilly Dr. Julian H. Lombard Dr. RunOLPH M.xtas, Emeritus Dr. E. W. Alton Ochsner Dr. T. Hhlman Oliphant Dr. Albert B. Pitkin Dr. John G. Pr.vtt Dr. Ambrose H. Storck Dr. Martin T. Van Stlddiford Dr. E. Gari.ano Walls Dr. Seward H. Wills Elmer S. Allen, Jr. . Charles E. Anderson, Laurie J. Arnold, Jr. . J. Hardee Bethea . James G. Blaine, Jr. . Joseph E. Bll m III . . C. H. Hardin Branch, Bradley C. Brownson . Lawrence W. Burt . William H. Byrne . . J. Hoyi.e Carlock, Jr. C. Brigman CRArr . Trwin T. Craig . . . Sebron C. Dale . . . John S. Desporte . . Verner J. Donnelly . NOLLIE C. Fei.is . . . Thomas P. Foi.rz . . Ralph G. Greenlee . . W. BUEORD Hahn . E. Perrin Harris . . . C. MAl.LOR • Harwell, ' 35 ' 37 ' 37 ' 38 ' 35 ' 35 ' 35 ' 37 ' 36 •36 ' 35 ' 35 ' 37 ' 35 ' 35 ' 35 ' 35 ' 35 •38 ' 38 ' 37 ' 38 Fratres in Uxiversitate R. Gordon Holco.mbe, Jr. John A. Holmes . . . Julian P. Howell . . . Charles R. Hume . . . Tho.mas M. Irwin . . . William L. Jennings . . loHN D. Jerabeck . . . H. Crawford Jernigan, Jr. Carroll A. Johnson, Jr. . Roland G. Keeton . . . Robert C. Kemp, Jr. . . James W. Lamb .... WooDRow M. Lamb . . . George W Launey. Jr. . .Arthur N Lewis, Jr. . . Frank R. Lock . . . .Arthur D. Long. Jr. . . Robert C. Lynch. Jr. . . William C. McCurdy, Jr. Frank O. McGhee . . . G. Gordon McHardy III . Alf,. ander M. Manson . Edward de S. Matthews . 37 ' 38 ' 35 ' 36 ' 3fi ■36 •38 •38 •36 ' 35 ' 3 ■38 •38 ' 38 •36 ' 35 ' 35 ■38 ' 36 •38 •3« ■37 •3« Walter B. Mever . . Marshall L. Michel, Jr. Richard E. C. Miller . Wii.i.iA.M H. Moorhead . Onnie P. Myers . . Howard A. Nelson . . . Hugh E. Parsons . . . , Roland F. Phillips . . M. Reeves Pope . . Sa. i M. Powell, Jr. . Paul A. Richter . . . . Joseph P. Riley. Ir. . . Li.EWEi VN D. Roberts . Edward B. Robinson, Ir. . John C. Russel. Jr. . " . . Walter H. Si.m.m ' ons. Jr. . Francis D. Threadcii.i Norton W. ' oorhies . Russell B. Watson . . John C. Weed . . . Howard S. Williams, Jr. . Lynn Zarr ' 3« ■37 ' 38 ' 38 ' 35 ' 37 •36 •38 ' 37 ' 38 ■37 •38 •38 ' 36 ' 3« ' 37 35 ■36 •38 ■36 •36 ■38 Page 22$ PHI RHO SIGMA Englehardt, Frantz, Gay, Haigler, Kelly, Kramer Magna, McCammon, Suares, Thomasson, Tomeny, Wallis, Williams (Professional Medical Fraternity) Founded at Northwestern Medical School, 1890 DELTA OMICRON ALPHA CHAPTER Established 1018 _1_ Fratres in Facultate Dr. Sidney W. Bliss Dr. John B. Gooch Dr. John R. Hume Dr. Lloyd J. Kuhn Dr. Roger J. M.ailhes Dr. Anees Mocabgab Dr. Robert A. Strong Dr. William A. W.agner Hugo T. Engelhardt . Mervin E. Fatter . . William E. Frantz . Otis F. Gay . . . Robert L. Gleason . . Sam H. Haigler, Jr. . Joseph R. Harris, Jr. . Edward A. Heffner, Jr. Norman D. Hines . . TH0M.4S E. Kelly ' . . Elmer E. W. Kramer . Fr. TRES IX UxiVERSITATE ' 37 Charles A. Laka tis . . ' 38 Walter O. McCammon . ' 37 Jacques A. Magne . . . ' 35 Richard McI. Street . . ' 38 John C. Suares .... ' 37 W. Ray Svvango .... ' 38 GusT. vus W. Thomasson, J ' 35 Frank O. Tomeny . . . ' 36 Edwin W. Tucker . . . ' 35 F. Marshall Wallis . . ' 38 Howard B. Williams . . ' 38 ' 35 ' 38 ' 35 ' 37 ' 37 ' 36 ' 35 ■36 ■38 ' 35 Page 226 PHI DELTA EPSILON Cahen, Cohen, Friedman, Gendel. Goodman, Kaplan, Levy Marks, Mundt, Romeo, Steiner, AVeil, Wcitz (Professional Medical Fraternity) Founded at Cornell University, 1904 Dr, Emu.e Bi.och Dr. Isirore Cohn Dr. Manuel G.xrdberg ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER Eslablishcd iQiS Fr.ATRES IX Facult-ate Dr. Julian Graubarth Dr. Harry Meyer Fratres in Uxiversit.ate Dr. Daniel N. Silverman ' Dr. Sidney K. Si.mon Dr. Herbert L. Weinberger Irvin Cahen . . Stanley Cohen . Ralph pRiEnviAN Benjamin R. Gt Sanders A, Goodman Morris Kaplan . . . Louis K. Levy, Jr . . H. P. Marks, Jr. . . Paul L. Marks . , Leslie K. Mundt . Zacharv J. Romeo . Melvin D. Steiner Nathan Weil, Jr. Frank ' Enz , Page 21-; PHI LAMBDA KAPPA Baer, Bayer, Diamond, Dombeck. Feldman, Finklestein Goldman, Goldstein, Grassgreen. Hudes, Kleinfeldt Stamm. Taubenhaus, Wasserman, Weinstein, B. B.. Weinstein, B. (Professiojial Medical Fraternity) Founded at University of Pennsylvania, 1907 PSI CHAPTER Established ig26 Fratres in Facultate Dr. Sidney Jacobs Dr. Walter E. Levy Dr. Isidore L. Robbins Fratres ix Universitate Irving Baer ' 38 Bernard H. B. yer ' 35 Murray A. Diamond ' 36 Sol Dombeck ' 35 Emanuel Feldman ' 38 Wilfred Finkelstein ' 38 Bernard A. Goldman ' 38 Nathan Goldstein ' 37 Irvin M. Grassgreen ' 35 Joseph Hudes ' 35 Joseph Kleinfeldt ' 38 Mortimer Silvey . . ' 38 Joseph Stamm ' 37 Leon J. Taubenhaus ' 37 Walter C. Tuman ' 37 Seymour H. Wasserman ' 38 Benedict Weinstein ' 36 B. Berk. rd Weinstein ' 37 Page 228 ALPHA CHI SIGMA fe: Burl; l;ow: Pr " l. PoUavd, Atkinson. Prof. MoseU ' y. Frcy Middle Row: Little. Landry. Brodtmann. Eetz. Snyder Front Row; Araguel. Guell, Becji, Thorn, Delaune (Projessional Chemical Fraternity) Founded at t ' niversity of Wisconsin, 1902 ALPHA TAU CHAPTER Establisind JQ28 Fr.atres in F.acult.ate Mr. CiiAKi.KS B. Dicks, Jr. Hk. Arthur O. K.vsti.er Dr. Ei,isn. F. Poi.l.ard Dr. Ra . iond Freas Prot. II ai. V. Moseley Prof. Chas. S. Williamson-, Jr. Patrick J. Aracuel Averv P.vito, Jr Fr.ATRRS IX I. ' XIVERSIT.ATE Graduate Stiuliuts I. Dl ' olev Atki.sson- y. RANnoi.pii Delk J. Alfred Ssvder, Jr. Undergratluate Stiidt nts Ernest W. Heck, Jr. . . . Allen W. Betz . . . . August J. Brodtmann, Jr. Ralph H. Delaune . . . Charles H. Guell . . . Arthur F. Landry . . . Allan Little, Jr John E. Monroe, Jr. . . . Charles H. Thorn, Jr. . . J5 37 36 35 35 35 36 35 I ' aye 22g r t ci a n LT at La n r " v ?■ ORGANIZATIONS Alien, EeavtM-, Blaine, Burnett, Carloc-k. Cohen Crowell. Desportu, Gt-ndel. Hardy, ][rndrick ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA STARS AND BARS CHAPTER (To III ' worlliy to scr ' vc llw suffvringj Honorary Medical Fraternity OlFICERS Dr. Ciiari.es L. Eshi.kman Or. K. V. . ' i.1() Ochsner Dr. I., j. IlANCKES Sccriiary-Treasurcr Dr. Ii) s M. G. ck Counsfllor . . . . PrisiJiHt ticc-Prcsidinl Honorary Mi-MRnR Dk. Ernest Carroi.i. Faust III (III be rs Ehclcd from the Class of 1934 Renjamin Robert C5em)ei. James Lei. and Beaver James Gii.rert Hi.ai e, Jr. Ira Ct.iiTON ' Skinner, Jr. John Stanley Desporte StANI EV Comen ' We believe in the tenets of abiding trmli, wlilrli is the guiding star of our order. We believe in the helping haiid whieh is the bar whleh binds lis in our calling. We believe in the unity of service to one another which lenils to the weary a word of cheer, to the poor a portion of our share, to a weak a meed of pity, to the stricken a voice of comfort, to the old a Muiniir (il MHiili, and to ihe wavlarer a lielp nlong to the journey ' s end. HmviN A.viBROSE Crowei.i., Jr. Ralph Fred Allen IIiMi ' iiRK llur. Hardy, Jr. JA.MES Wirt IKrnett, Jr. JoiiN HovLE Carlock, Jr. JoHK Alexander Hendrick, Jr. Our emblem will always be an inspiration to duty, remembering it stands for e. cellence in all things, purity of purpose and honesty of method and effort, with the blessing of an Alma Mater upon each who wears her badge of honor. May our lives lie among the stars which light the way to the great mystery and may we so live that when we reach the end of the road we may find the veil, which parted, leads to the height of everlasting peace. Sic ad Aslra! ORGANIZATIONS -b Allen, Ashby, Beaver. Blaine, Branch, Byrne, Carlock, Dale DuBoise, Foltz. Googe, Hendricks. Howell. Long, Matthews. MeCall McConnell, Robinson, Terry, Tooke, Vaughan, T eed, Williams, C. Roy, Williams. N. OWL CLUB A Junior-Senior Interfraternity Honor Society for the Maintenance of Higher Standards in the Medical School Founded at Tulane, IQ21 Officers J. HOYLE Carlock, Jr President Luther L. Terry Vice-President E. Frank McCall Secretary John- W. Ashby Treasurer Members Ralph F. Allen John W. Ashby James L. Beaver James G. Blaine, Jr. C. H. Hardin Branch, Jr. J. Hoyle Carlock, Jr. Joseph D. Andersok William H. Byrne V. Emmett Crumpler, Jr. Martin L. Flynt, Jr. Seniors Sebron C. Dale Otho K. DuBoise Thomas P. Foltz Paul R. Googe John A. Hexdrick, Jr. Julian P. Howell Juniors J. Llovd Massey Edw.ard de S. M.atthews Albert Owers E. Bryce Robinson, Jr. R. Nelson Long E. Frank McCall Hiram A. McConnell Luther L. Terry C. Roy M ' illiams Norman E. Williams Thomas B. Tooke, Jr. Luther M. Vaughan John C. Weed Joseph B. Wharton, Jr. Page 3Sf ORGANIZATIONS t Allain, Craigf Drury, Duval, Everett Fernandez, Gay, Hurley. Kamnier, Le Blano. Martin Miazza, O ' Connor, Schulze, Van Hook, Waechter PHI DELTA PHI Intcnialional Lcaal Fralcrnily Fouiuled at University of Michigan, 1S69 WHITE INN Eslablislu-d at Tulniif in igii Samuel Wuod Hrow n, Jr. RuKUS Edwaro Foster, Emcrhui FkATRES IX F.ACULTATE Slmter Davis Marks, Jr. EUCEN ' E AUGUSTLS NabORS George Marion Sxemings, Jr. ' Ai.TER Joseph Suthox, Jr. Ohivaille Hesrv Theari Fr tri;s IX Uxi i;Rsrr. TE Elwood Roger Ci.av ' 36 William Ja.mes Craig, Jr " 36 James Henry Drurv ' 36 Joseph Heston Duvai ' 36 John Prentis Evereit ' 35 GiRARD Joseph Fernandez ' 35 EnwARn James (iAV, Jr ' 36 Jack EinvARn Hi ri.ev ' 36 Nolax Charles Kammer . . . Sam Albert Le Blanc, Jr. . . Fontaine Martin, Jr KaLFORI) KRETH MlA ZA . . . John Albert D ' Connor. Jr. . . Rudolph Joseph Schulze, Jr. . Ja.mes . ' Vlbert Van Hook . . .Arthir Joseph Waechter, Jr. Edward Thirston Weeks, Jr. . ■36 FOHIU to pioinoti ' a IhuIkt stniulaiil of protcssional ethics aiul culture in law schools aiul in the profession at large Vage ijs ORGANIZATIONS Colvin, Hecht. Reeves, Sale, Wirth K:: ALPHA SIGMA SIGMA Senior I lonorary Fraternity Members Katherine S. Colvin Lynne p. Hecht Dorothy B. Sale Nancy R. Reeves Alma P. Wirth In Faclltate Mildred G. Christian AoELE M. Drouet Alpha Sigma Sigma is the honorary Senior fraternity, organized at Newcomb in 19 1 6 to promote interest in college and class activities. Each year those Juniors who throughout their college career have done the most loyal, effective, and unselfish work for their college and their class are elected to membership. Page 2 6 ORGANIZATIONS c f Cleveland, Fulls. Kammer, McDanlel, Weed KAPPA DELTA PHI Estahlislicil at Tiihtnc, Kjn Noi.i.iE C. Fei.ts Officers President Murray F. Ci.f.velan-d John- C. Weed Secntary-Treasurer rice-President Alcnibers Elected igji Cai-vert G. de Coligny Frederick H. Fox Harnett T. Kane Elmer M. McCance 1.0 VD T. Roberts Garland F. Taylor Members Elected igj2 Q Vernon C. Haynes Leon D. Hubert, Jr. " Ww Robert L. Menuet mrS A. Brown Moore » BuFORD M. Myers, Jr. 1 Francis C. Payne William F. Penney Murray F. Cleveland Meiiihcrs Elected 1933 Noi.i.iE C. Felts Frederick Hard Ed.mond Le Breton Edward A. Bechtel Verbon F. Gay Members Elected 1034 Nolan Kammer John H. McDanikl, Jr. James M. Robert, Jr. John C. Weed Jack F. Wii.son Faculty Caiinsrilor Frederick Hard . ( ■;•,■ .Ilumiitis Joseph McCloskev, Jr. Kappa Dih.ta Phi is an Iionoraiy fraternity tor tlu ' proniotion of Tulaiic spirit. It selects each year from the Junior and Senior chisses men wlio have been conspicuous for school spirit and for distinguished and unselfish loyalty and endea or during their universitv careers. I ' iige 3S7 ORGANIZATIONS id aawaaaaai. ■g; : Bog gs, Brosman, Cleveland, Elliott, Felts. Feltus, Hebert Kammer, Kuhner, Little, Matthews, McDaniel, Simons, " Weed OMICRON DELTA KAPPA National Honoiary Leadership Fraternity Founded at Washington and Lee, 191+ ALPHA ZETA CIRCLE Establislied at Tulanc in IQ O Dr. Douglas S. Anderson Dr. Paul W. Brosman Dr. Albert B. Diswiddie Dr. Daxiel S. Elliott FratRES IX F.ACULT.ATE Prof. Robert W. Elsasser Dr. Edmond L. Faust Dr. Frederick H.ard Fratres in Universitate Dr. John M. McBryde Dr. Leon J. Menville Mr. Forrest E. Oakes Prof. F. Santry Reed T. H.iLE BOCGS MuRR.A - F. Cleveland NoLLiE C. Felts J. H. Randolph Feltus Leslie R. Hebert Nolan Kammer L. T. Kuhner Char ' .es a. Kyle Allan Little, Jr. JoHV B. McDaniel, Jr. Edward de S. M.atthews Claude Simons, Jr. John C. Weed C. Julian Bartlett Kend.all H. Cram Members Elected in IQ35 Robert W. Daray Simon Herold Homer R. Robinson Edward H. Sutter C. Roy Williams MuRR.AY F. Cleveland . J. H. Randolph Feltus Officers . . President John B. McDaniel, Jr Secretary Vice-President L. T. Kuhner Treasurer Page 2 8 ORGANIZATIONS Bartli ' tt, Bass, Bo -gs. Cartel-, Curry. Everett, Harvard Hardesty, Herring, Jordan. Little, Pulzell, Sehoenberger. Simons. ShiLstone PHI PHI Junior-Senior Nri ional Fraternity for the Promotion of School Spirit Founded at University of California, 1919 SPHINX OF TULANE Established Jg2y Allan Lhtle, Jr. . CiCCIL M. SniLSTOKE . Officers . . . . President . . rice-President Irving H. ri)hstv, Jr. B. Marvin Harvard. Jr. . Recording Secretary W, L J. Currv, Jr. . Corresponding Secretary . ■ . . Treasurer C. Julian Bartleit Charles C. Bass, Jr. T. Hale Bocgs John G. Carter Wii I i M J. Ci_RRV, Jr. Meimbers John P. KvERErr Ik im. Hardest -, Jr. B. Marvin Harvard, John S. Herring Harrv p. Jordan, Jr. Allan Lhtle, Jr. Edwin J. Pltzell, Jr. R. C. Pope Schoenbercer Cech, M. Shilstone Claude Simons, Jr. C usTAVE F. Weber " 1 lie purpose ot Spliiiix of Tulaiu ' sli;ill In- tli:it of a !;cnior society choosing its mem- bers on a basis of cliaractcr, leaileiship, nuMitalit and personality, to thus bring together in a feeling of fellowship the ablest and most active thought and leadership in collegiate life at Tulane University. " Page 3 0 w ORGANIZATIONS ' i LiVAUDAIS GARGOYLE Honorary Architectural Fraternity Founded at Cornell University, 1902 Installed at Tulane, 1927 Nathaniel C. Curtis Arthur H. Levy Fratres in Facultate Frater in Universitate RaOUL LiVAUDAIS SoLis Seiferih John H. Thomson Charles Akdrv Charles Armstrong E. H. Christv H. G. Crowley C. Hermon Dean Collins Diboll, Jr. Herndon M. Fair W. A. Follansbee D. V. Freret Emile F. Fuhrmann, David C. E. Geier R. F. Gelpi Harry Haas, Jr. Jr. Alumni Harold Haller H. Tardy Hart Newton R. Howard R. Cary Jones Walter C. Keenan II Jacob Kessels O. C. Kottemann Gerhard T. Kramer F. M. Labouisse LoRis K. Levy Simon Mansberg R. C. Murrell Edward Neild, Jr. Ullisse M. Nolan Allison Owen, Jr. Herbert Parker Darrell J. Pischoff I. William Ricciuti Magill Smith W. P. Spratling A. Hays Town Horace C. Welman Mackey W. White Jack F. Wilson Samuel Wilson, Jr. L. Lavelle Wright Page 240 ORGANIZATIONS - - — ' ■ " J J6 J ' r JC Marsh, Potter Elizabeth Adams Nancy Ali.en AuRELiA Arbo Hester Bkrkadas Cl.ARA Mav HuCHANAN BETA DELTA Honorary Art Sorority Founded at Ne«comb, 1931 Founders Marcei.i.e Leverich Lucille Livauuais Charter Members Katherike Byrne Amelie Chalaron Lucii.E Chalaron Alice Mae Ellington XWiiR Gonzalez Mar- G. Sheerer, Emcrifiis Honorary Members Gertrude R. Smuii, lumrilus Myra Freoericksom Marjorie Haspei. Margaret Henriques Beity Keen an Louise Livauoais Lota L. Troy Ellsworth A ' oonxvARi), Emt-rlius Anna Jask Dohan W ' lMIRED F01.se BEn ' Briscoe Rose Coscrove Hester Harrop Helen Harry Mcinhcrs Elected from the Class of igj3 Katherine Kammer Shirley Teunisson Etmei. Ketcham Beyerly Walton Members Elected from the (Uass of igjlj Alice Evans Joy Hearn LisETTE Moore Members Elected from the Class of iQS-f Claudia Marvin Eugenia Hay Members Elected from the Class of 1QJ5 ' iR(:iNiA NLxRsii Evelyn Poiter NL rgaret Preston Marion Ronsheim 1 1 I ' l)i:i.i A, lii)n(ir;ir - art soioritv, w.is touiult-d at NiAvconib in 1931. Its purpose is to promote iiitin-st ill ait ,111(1 to recognize artistic ability. Each year those Junior Art students who h.ive been sincere ami outstaiuling in art work are elected to membership. f ' " { ' - 2 1 ORGANIZATIONS Brook, Burkes, Crouch, Dickson, Doyle, Eckhardt, Ellis, Fuller Getsinger, Goldenstar. Graham, Hooper, Janvier, Levy, Michaels, Mouledoux Sanford, Smith, Sutherlin, Waugh, Williams, Wimberly, Wray WHITE ELEPHANTS Freshman Society for the Promotion of School Spirit Founded at Tulane, January, 1921 TULANE JUNGLE Charles Janvier . . Jungle Trunk Louis B. Graham . Little Tusks Kappa Sigma Thomas H. Crouch Owen S. Eckhardt J. George Jones, Jr. Phi Delta Theia J. McDaniel Brock George H. Menefee Harry M. auch, Jr. Phi Kappa Sigma Donald C. Dickson Floyd L. Getsinger Carl F. Goll Pi Kappa Alpha Robert D. Burkes Howard J. Smith Jack Sutherlin The White Elephant Cup is an annual award to the student of the preceding year ' s Freshman Class adjudged the Best Ail-Around Freshman by a faculty com- mittee, based on scholarship, athletics, general popularity on the campus, and with regard to campus activities and offices in general. Robert P. Lockett, Jr., was the winner of the cup for the session 1933-34. . Jungle Tusk Alpha Tau Omega William C. Ellis Charles Janvier A. Grady Williams Delta Tau Delta Andrew D. Canulette, Jr. L. Eugene Hooper George L. Wimberly Kappa Alpha P. Hamilton Fuller IH Louis H. B. Graham George D. Wray Sigma Alpha Epsilon William S. Ferguson Grant W. Goldenstar Gabriel J. Mouledoux, Jr. Sigma Chi Donald W. Doyle John P. Michaels Frank V. Moise, Jr. Sigma Phi Epsilon Ernest L. Bliss John J. A. Levy Gordon U. Sanford Page 242 ORGANIZATIONS Anderson, Bastian. Benedict, Dart, Gleason, Graves. Nalty, Payne, H., Payne, W.. Phelps, Roger, Upton, Vincen THIRTEEN CLUB An Honorary Freshman IntcrjrutcrnUy Club for ihc Piir tosc of Promoting Class and School Spirit Founded at Tulane, 1920 II Officers R. Miller Upton . . Calvin K, BESKmcr ■;•(•, -Pr,il.l,nt Royal R Bastian, Jr . . . Sccrilary-Trtasuri-r Members Class of ' JS Class of ' 37 T. Bruce H. Anderson, Jr. HucH G. Payne John D. Andrews William S. Huev Royal R. Bastl n, Jr. William M. Payne Erie McK. Barham Robert M. Monsted Calvin K. Benedict J. Barnwell Phelps Thomas C. Earl Hughes Schneidau Harry P. Dart Ernest Roger III Albert J. Fle-itrich Breard Snellincs F. Wesley Gleason, Jr. R. Miller Upton B. Murray Frost Alfred W. Spili.er, Jr. Edgar F. Graves S. HA ■ vARl) ' incent Rex Godwin John C. Thorn V. 11 LPIN N. ii.TY, Jr. RoBERI M Havnie Class of ' J6 Class of ' 35 Thomas W. 15orn Thomas Si.oo, Jr. Philip Burwell Howard K. Smith, Jr. George W. Hokinger Pete Mence Walter H. Claiborne, Jr. Charles G. Smither Laurence Eustis, Jr. .Vi.BERT M. Norwood Henry H. Haizlip, Jr. Doi.AN Tipping Clave E. Gill 11 Richard M. P. ge John H. Kostmayer Marion ' erlam)er B. Marvin Harvard, Jr .AsiiTON Phelps ClL ' RLES H. MOORK Rich ARi) B. Wood, Jr. George Janvier, Jr. Edward B. PorrEVEST Will lAM G. Nichols, Jr. Page 2 j pr ORGANIZATIONS % ' ' J 4- ' i t Boggs, CafEcry, Carrere, Cleveland. Cram, D ' Angelo, Dennerj-, Feltus. Faviot, Eustis Edmundson, Devlin, Horton, Hamlet, Habans, Harris, Guiee, Flettrich, King, Kuliner Lallande, Little, Marshall, Mintz, O ' Connor, Oliver, Petersen, Phelps, Poitevent, Putzell Elseman, Sancton, Smith, Snellings, Stewart, Tessier, Trepagnier, Young ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA Honorary Prc-Legal Fraternity Founded at University of Illinois, 1920 BETA CHAPTER Established at Tiihinc in ig l Faculty Member Dr. Paul W. Brosman Pre-Leg.al Members Ernest A. Carrere, Jr. Allain de C. Favrot William H. Harris, Jr. Kendall H. Cram Albert J. Flettrich C. Manly Horton John S. Devlin Jacob D. Guice Benjamin C. King Spencer J. Lallande William C. Petersen Mervin H. Riseman Breard Snellings Allan Little, Jr. Edwin J. Putzell, Jr. Thomas G. Sancton John R. Stewart Preston H. Loncino Harold E. Ratcliffe Howard K. Smith, Jr. W. Waller Young, Jr. College of L.aw Members T. Hale Boggs Angelo M. D ' Angelo Edward Eustis J. Taylor Caffery Moise W. Dennery J. H. Randolph Feltus Murray F. Cleveland Ernest E. Edmundson, Jr. J. Ben Habans Charles B. Hamlet HI Charles A. Kyle John A. O ' Connor, Jr. Edward B. Poitevent Haywood H. Hillyer Charles D. Marshall Charles M. Oliver George D. Tessier L. T. KuHNER Bernard D. Mintz Ashton Phelps Otis B. Trepagnier Page 244. ORGANIZATIONS 0QQQ Aylin, Bass. Boggs, Claiborne, Colomb, DenntTy Hardin, Hopldns, Huey, Little, Lucia, Musser Reeves, Saneton, Sinclair, Smith, Starr, von KurnatowsUi THETA NU lloiionii y J iiunicilisin I ' iitcniity Foiiiulcd at Tiilane in 1926 Officers Walter II. Dustmann, Jk President J. Chalmers Hermak I ' icc-Prcsidcnt Frances F. Musser Seaetary ' icroR P.. Deimel, Jr Treasurer George E. Simmons Faculty .Id ' viscr Members Robert N. Am, in Halcyon R. Colomb Thilo L. J. von Kurnatowski Thomas G. Sancton Charles C. Bass, Jr. Dorothy M. Counch, Allan Little, Jr. Kllen Sinclair T. Hale Hoggs Moise W. Denser Joseph A. LrciA Howard K. S.mith, Jr. Katherine O. Buchanan Leonard Hardin K. G. Baker Marsh J. D. Starr CoRiNNE M. Claiborne Minna B. Hopkins Nancy B. Morris Joyce P. Tillery Calvert C. de Coi.ignv Gladys E. Huey Sylvia J. 1 ' ressourg Marie Louise Tobin Earl l. Jung Nancy R. Reeves HoNoK m Mi:mhi;rs James E. Crown I)orojh Oix (Mrs. ELizAnEin M. Gilmer) L. K. Nicholson Theta Nu recognizi ' s scliolarslnp in journ;ilisiii classes ami proficiency ill campus reportino:. It promoti ' s t rational relations between the stu- ilent journalist anil newspapermen. Page 2 s ORGANIZATIONS PHI BETA KAPPA Founded at William and Mar} ' College, 1776 ALPHA CHAPTER OF LOUISIANA Organized Igog Pierce Butler, President Officers Frederick Hard, Vice-President Recent Elections Susan D. Tew, Secretary-Treasurer Class of 1933 Marshall Ballard, Jr. William George Blackwell Muriel Ann Burkhardt Catherine Eugenie Drawe Flores Mary Hotard John Robert Jackson John Roetzel Jochems James Henry Keeper, Jr. Edmond Jules LeBreton Edward deSaunhac Matthews BuFORD MacMartin Myers, Jr. John Karlem Riess Brent Svdnor Robertson Clyde John Surgi Dixie Tharp Charles Richard Walters John Conant Weed William Willeroy Wells Ellen Marie Willoz Morris Wright ig34 From the Faculty Herman Clarence Nixon (]lass of IQ34 Edgar Allan Aime Marion Mattes Butler Murray Frenc?i Cleveland Robert Eugene Friedman Inez Meyer Green Louise Hirsch Elizabeth Isabel Jones Edwin Albert Leland, Jr. Emma Roos Lemann Marie Alice Lemann Ferdinand Michel Lob Mary Elba Marshall Fontaine Martin, Jr. Martha Jean Martin Lena Rosalie Marx Elizabeth Kemp Menuet Charlotte Laurence Merot Leonard Nelken Mary " Lockett Nelson John Albert O ' Connor, Jr. Alfred Harlan Paddock Mathilda Josephine Richards Andrew Lawrence Romeo Mary Alice Sparkman Mercedes Mary Vulliet Eileen Esther Wolff BETA GAMMA SIGMA " National Honorary Coinnierce Fraternity " Founded at University of Wisconsin and University of Illinois, 1913 ALPHA CHAPTER OF LOUISIANA Installed at Tulane, IQSd Fratres in Facultate Morton A. Aldrich Robert W. Elsasser F. Santry ' Reed Jay C. Van Kirk Fratres in Universitate GER-iiLD M. KeES John M. Kinabrew, Jr. John B. McDaniel, Jr. F. P. Hagaman Honorary Members E. Davis McCutchon Leon Charles Simon Harold A. Arbo Richard O. Baumbach Carver W. Blanchard Hooper P. Carter Herbert D. Cohen Joseph A. Cohen Lazar I. Cohen Bennie Cohn Henry R. Crais Gayle L. Dalferes Alumni George H. Daviau Gus A. Elgutter Walter J. Fountain Joseph A. Graml J. Walter Heyman Albert E. Holleman Ordway Kastler C. Homer Kees Joseph W. Kidd Hugh B. Kohlmaver Frank Lemann Trevor C. Lewis John J. Lienhard, Jr. Louis L. Lowentritt J. ' iCK J. Margolin Lawrence W. Martin Ernest B. Mason Martin L. Matthews, Jr. Alfred Mercier, Jr. Marvin S. Mingledorff Thomas D. Mingledorff Robert L. Reisfeld A. Leonard Robinett John E. Ryan Edmond A. Salassi Thomas R. Sartor, Jr. Edward R. Sherwood Robert L. Simpson Jules J. VioscA, Jr. George T. Walne, Jr. Bennie Weiner Frederic A. Youngs Page 246 ORGANIZATIONS THE ORDER OF THE COIF Till- nrJir nj ihc Coif is llic oLtisI nalioiuil linnnr legal snciily orijanizid for the rccngnilion and adi ' ttnci-mcnl of liiijli standards of scliolarsliip in laiv Esl:ilili luil at Tiilnnc- in 1931 J. Hi.ANC Monroe Hl)M)R. R Ml AlHiiRS Esmond Phelps Faculty Members Joseph W. Carroll Frederick K. Beutel Paul W. Brosman Wood Brown Charles E. Dunbar, Jr. RuFus E. Foster Mitchell Franklin RuFus C. Harris Monte M. Lemann Jr. Sumter D. Marks, James J. Morrison George M. Sneli.ings, Jr. Walter J. Suthon, Jr. Alumni Members James G. Bledsoe David Gertler Edward B. Charbonnet, Jr.Leon S. Haas, Jr. C. CSiRARD Davidson John W. Harrei l Edward Dubuisson Leon D. Hubert, Jr. Nathaniel B. Knight, Jr. Hubert A. Lafargue Austin W. Lewis Joseph McCloskev, Jr. Bessie Margolin Clarence J. Morrow A. Dallam O ' Brien, Jr. John E. Parker Delvaille H. Theard Rene A. ViosCA William W. Westerfield George A. Wilson L. Julian Samuel Charles Titche Arthur C. Watson Robert Weinstein John NL Wisdom ALPHA SIGMA EPSILON ll ' jiiiir Fratcniily 0 ihc Colhgi- of Engineering Founded .Tt Tiil.Tne, April 26, 1933 Douglas S. Anderson Donald Derickson F.ACULTV MeIMBERS William B. Gregory Claire W. Ricker James M. Robert Charles S. Wi lli A.VtSON, Ir. Mai.col.m U. Barnes Albert W. Brodtman Charles L. Chavicny Alfred J. Cooper, Jr. Ai.i Mxi Mi;.mi!i:rs Edgar NL Dunn Hor.vce Hinds, Jr. Bruce S. Hopkins -Vlphe G. Jar real Hor.vito N. Ogden John L. Polizzio Grantlev G. S. Ricketts Jack L Roeii.m Henry L. E. Vix Herbert M. West, Jr. I ' age 3 7 ORGANIZATIONS ?rf JE Top Row: Davenport, Peres, Nekon, Perkins. Montagnet, Graffagnino, Reuter Bottom Row: Little, Miles, Akenhead, Hall, Harris, Devlin. Hathaway, TX ' ilson BETA MU Honorary Biological Fraternity Founded at Tulane in 1927 Officers Thomas F. Hall, Jr President Walton R. Akenhead Vice-President William H. Harris, Jr Secretary-Treasurer John S. Devlin . . Chairman of Program Committee Henry H. Miles . . Chairman of Lecture Committee Faculty Advisors Edward S. Hathaway, Ph.D. William T. Penfound, Ph.D. Francis H. Wilson, Ph.D. Walton R. Akenhead Frederick W. Bierhorst Julius W. Davenport John S. Devlin Frank L. Faust P. Carl Graffagnino Active Members Thomas F. Hall, Jr. William H. Harris, Jr. William H. Headlee, M.S. Samuel S. Klein, D.D.S. Allan Little, Jr. Henry H. Miles Joseph Montagnet Mary L. Nelson Charles E. Peres, Jr. Jack E. Perkins Fred L. Reuter Charles D. Snow l agr 24 ORGANIZATIONS I €iiD 1§ Adams. Aylin, Bilbo. Blue, Blum, CaijUui. Coimc-r. frouc-h Doswell. Favrot. Harns, Janssen. H.. JansSL-n. V.. Kinbeigci- Kuhnell LaNasa, Laroussini, Malioney, Maltry. Milloi-, F.. Miller. H.. RicharUs. Rombacli Eoo. " ' . Seiferth. Starr, Talley. White, Touns THE TULANE GLEE CLUB IIknri Wrurm.wn . . RoBRRT N. A ■l,I ■ . E. G. Baker M.arsii . Officers Director James T. Richards . . • President Louis A. Mahonev . . . . . rice-Presidinl Mervis H. Rise.viav Menard Doswem Librarian . Sicrelary Ilusiniss Manager Publicity Manager Gilbert Hai.kin James E. Bilbo Robert U. Blum Georci; R. Bliie Wii.LiA.vi II. Harris, Jr. F. Robert Kisbercer Robert M. Ada.ms Robert N. Avliv Ai.viN- S. Caplan- C. Herman- Cower Tiio.siAs H. Crolch William . . Greev, Ir. L. William O. Janssen, Tr. A 1 EM HERS First Tenors Menard Doswell Herman G. Janssen James J. LaN.vsa Second Tenors William J. Kuhnell, I.Ol ' IS A. iVlAlIONE - Mervin H. Rise.man Baritones Ai.i.AiN DEC. Favrot P. Carl Grahwcnino, Emile Maltrv, Jr. Basses EinvARD A. Laroussini E. G. Baker Marsh J. Robert Ro.mbacii, Jr. Joseph D. Starr Joseph C. Walker. Jr. Jk William 1). Kor.HRi Bascom D. Tali.ev, Jr. Harold J. Wor.mser Fred W. Miller Jr. James T. Richards Henrv K. Roos Joseph M. Seiferth, Jr. Herbert L. Miller Henrv C. White. Jr. W. W i I IK ■.i NO, Jr. The liilaiu- Glee Cliili has hrcn vtry ailivo this vtar. It slarkii out uiih the largest cn- rollmem 111 seven years. Ii hirnisheil s,.l,.ists. ,uartets, anil nnveltv stunts for Campus nifihts iluruiK the fnll, and preseiuecl its u inter c.neert ihe ni-ht of Februarv i, with n lar-e repertoire. 1 rips to Gulf Park ColleKe, am! other points of interest in the State, xvere made in the carlv spriiiK and ihe Glee Club s Double Quartette, composed of loseph C. Walker. Ir., Robert Kin- berger, tenors; Robert Aylin, Alvin Caplan, baritones; an.l Baker Marsh, Henrv C While neecleV ' ' ' " ' " ' ' " " " ' " ' ' ■ ' " " ' " ■ ' " " ' ' " " ' ■ " " ' " ' ' ' ' " campus, where the whole Glee Club ' was noi The Club ended its 1934-35 season uiih a spring concert «hich was well attended. Page ;? p ORGANIZATIONS Averhoff, Colonib, Cleveland, Friedman. Gay, Goodman Hurley, Kcpper. Martin, Miazza, Mulhearn. Tansey " Van Hook, Viosca, " Waechter, Wilcox, Wright TULANE LAW REVIEW The Tulane Lazv Revieiij is a legal periodical, published hy the facult} ' and students of the Tulane College of Law. It is a quarterly devoted primarily to civil law, comparative law, and statutory interpretation. Editorial Board Robert E. Friedman ' Editor-in-Chief George A. Wilson Faculty Adviser Keith M. Pvburn Secretary Marie Louise Wilcox Civil Law Editor Kalford K. Miazza .... Comparative Law Editor James A. Van Hook . . Statutory Interpretation Editor Morris Wright B ook Review Editor Alwive L. Mulhearn Index Editor Benjamin M. Goodman Index Editor Juanita p. Tansey Business Manager Oct.avia E. Averhoff James M. Colomb, Jr. Murray F. Cleveland Edward J. Gay, Jr. Jack E. Hurley Fontaine Martin, Jr. James H. Kepper, Jr. Arthur J. Waechter, Jr. Oswald W. Viosca Begun five years ago, as the successor to the Southern Law Quarterly, the Tulane Law Review) has, in the brief span of its existence, gained prominence both in the United States and abroad as a leading journal of civil and comparative law. The Board of Editors is composed of junior and senior students attaining the highest scholastic honors in the College of Law. Page 250 ORGANIZATIONS ' C tf Bowman, Brcdow, Briley. Brocato. Eustis. Fainsworth, Fisher Gabriel, Guidry, Hoover, House, Lacliin, Livaudais. Logan Melun, Nobile, Odendalil, Rand, Rabalais, Roth, Sanders, Turpin " " A u THE TULANE ARCHITECTURAL SOCIETY Officers R. ouL Livaudais Prcsidt Philip R. Farnsworth rue-PrisUtnt Marion E. Frater Sccrciary Lewis A. Lachin Treasurer AIeaibhrs Seniors Clarence J. Hughes Lewis A. Lachin ni H. F.I. MOT Breoow Percv E. Brilev George Fisher Thompson R. Burk Piiii.ip R, Farnsworth Joseph M. Brocato Henry C. Eustis John M. Gabriel WAI.IKR C. lioWMAN Albert S. Fossier Edwin J. Friedrichs John H. G.aston Juniors Marion E. Fr.vtkr Andrew- E. Hoover Fred O. Sundberrv Sophomores Norman C. Melun Ferdie a. Nobile Frishnun Claude X. Goi.daie Clarence M. Guidrv Lucien M. Haase Pierre Jovovitch George J. Kvame Edgar J. Le Blanc Raoul Livaudais Robert L. Lobdell Joseph F. Roth, Jr. .Allen T. Turpin, Jr. Daniel B. Warner Paul E. Odendahl, Jr. Harry M. Sanders Cammie D. S.mith, Jr. ' ooi)x ARn B. Logan Dietrich A. Neyland James E. Rabalais Paul K. Rand, Jr. fail, 2 1 ORGANIZATIONS Blair. Boggs, Kierr, Oppenheim Pradel, Smith, Steeg, Talley TULANE ORATORICAL AND DEBATING COUNCIL Officers MoiSE S. Steeg, Jr Chairman Leonard Oppenheim Secretary Dr. Dr. Faculty Members Dr. John M. McBryde, Chairman Clarence E. Bonnett Paul W. Brosman Mr. Richard R. Kirk Mr. F. Santry Reed T. Hale Boggs Ravmond H. Kierr Undergraduate Members Leonard Oppenheim Leon A. Pradel MoisE S. Steeg, Jr. Representatives from the Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society John M. Blair Bascom D. Tallev, Jr. Representative from the Freshtnan Forensic Council Wilford M. Smith The Oratorical and Debating Council is composed of members of the Faculty Committee on Debating and members of the Varsity Debate Teams. The Council exercises complete control over intercollegiate debating and has for its purpose the arrangement and sponsorship of such con- tests, and in addition sponsors and arranges Freshman and Intramural Debating. The Council, for the season r934-35, conducted its usual two tours of debates. The first ranking team was sent to the Middle West with their main objective Chicago. On this ten-day trip they debated Chicago University, Vanderbilt University, University of Alabama, South- western University, and Millsaps College. The second ranking team was sent to Atlanta, and on this trip debated Birmingham-Southern, Auburn, Georgia, and Georgia Tech. The home schedule was small, having two debates for each of the two home-teams, these debates including the University of Pittsburgh, Washington and Lee University, Mississippi State College, Uni- versity of Georgia, Williamette University, and Southern Methodist University. Page 2$! ORGANIZATIONS Bernstein. Craig-, Drury. Fernandez Kierr. Le Blanc. O ' Connor. Tansey TULANE MOOT COURT COMPETITION Board of Ad isi;rs Sam a. i.e Blanc, Jr Chairman James H. Drlr Secretary Frj;iji:rick K. Beutei. Gilbert Bernstein Harry M. Pelias Faculty Advisers Eugene A. Nabors Sexior Members J u ANITA P. Tansey George M. Sneli.ings, Jr. Charles E. Tooke, Jr. Dudley U. Voedicke JuxioR Members William J. Craig, Jr. RA Mosn II. Kikrr Robert D. LniTiNGER John A. O ' Connor, Jr. The Mont Court ystcin in the College of Law is especially designed to train students in the preparation and argument of cases. Technical training in legal research, brief writing and forensics — ordinary tools in the trade of the lawyer — form the foundation of moot ccurt work, but the system gives in addition ail even higher type of training. The moot court rule abolishes the system of precedents and compels argument of the cases on their merits. The student must weigh the social factors and must concentrate upon the functioning of the rule of law. This freedom makes the moot court an excellent laboratory for the testing and comparison of the older theories that law is deductive, formal and arbitrary with the newer theory that the judge exercises a directive force to make law conform with social needs. An important tealure ol the liilaru- Moot Court System is that it is managed by a board of second and third year students selected on the basis of scholastic standing. The student board works under the supervision and with the advice of a faculty committee. The purpose of student management is to develop a sense of public responsibility and to attend to all of the details of the competition. In iho academic year of ii)33- ' 934. the rulane Moot Court Competition was won by Walter Coulson and Nhix Leviiie. I ' aiie 2 1 ORGANIZATIONS Bl Barrow. Bell. Blakeslte, Boggs, Brown, Cram, Dustmann, Guell Hamlet. Hardesty, Haynie, Kammer, King, Lipscomb, Maroun, Nelson Perkins, Phelps, Putzell, Schupp, Shepard, H., Shepard. T., Sutter, Zarrilli TULANE YOUNG MEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Officers Walter H. Dustmann, Jr President Lawrence Zarrilu Vice-President Robert C. Carter Secretary Edwin J. Putzell, Jr Treasurer Edward H. Sutter .... Chairman Campus Night Verbon F. Gay General Secretary John T. Barrow B. Tartt Bell HOBART W. BlAKESLEE George R. Blue t. h.ale boggs Barremore B. Brown Robert R. Bruce Adair L. Cox Irwin Crais Kendall H. Cram William A. Culpepper Az.ad M. Dombourian CaBIXET ilEMBERS AT L. RGE C. Henry Guell Charles B. Hamlet HI Irving Hardesty, Jr. Robert M. H. ynie Billy W. Holmes Nolan Ka.mmer Ben C. King John S. Lemann Collins P. Lipscomb Michael A. Maroun Ch.arles D. Marshall Waldemar S. Nelson W. Hammond Newman Harry M. Pelias Jack E. Perkins AsHTON Phelps Homer R. Robinson John A. Schupp Henry B. Shepard T. Howell Shepard, Jr. Edward H. Sutter John C. Thorn Clifford G. Webb Reuben A. Zarrilli Board of Directors Prof. A. Lee Dunlap Chairman Mr. Ed.mo.nd B. Glenny Mr. Graden W. Regenos Treasurer Dean Edward A. Bechtel Dr. Paul W. Brosman Mr. Morey Carre Mr. Calvert G. de Coligny Coach Ted Cox Mr. Charles E. Dunbar, Jr. Mr. Walter H. Dustmann, Jr. Mr. Fred Ellsworth Dr. John M. Fletcher Dr. Harlan W. Gilmore Dr. Frederick Hard Dean Rufus C. Harris Mr. Arthur M. Hill Mr. Warren Kearney Rev. John S. Land Dr. J. Ad.air Lyon Mr. Harry A. Mitchell Mr. a. Dalla.vi O ' Brien, Dr. William H. Perkins Mr. Edwin J. Putzell, Jr. Mr. Charles C. Shedd Mr. Edmond E. Talbot Secretary Jr. Page 254 ORGANIZATIONS Anderson. Bradburn, Brock. Carroll, Chrichlow. Dupuy. Estopinal Heckert, Markel, Martin, MeBride, Moore, Reynolds, Rombach, Spearman TULANE FRESHMAN Y. M. C. A. Officers Greer O. Moore President Alfred M. Forth l ice-President Walker Reynolds, Jr Secretary Ben L. Spearaian Treasurer Members Bruce Anderson Willlam Bradrurn Edwin L. Brock Andrew J. Carroll, Jr. Robert B. Criciilow David D. Dipla ' Relbun W. Estopinal Jack E. Heckert Pierre Jovovitch John D. ] IcBride Norbert V. Markrl 1 1. GiLi:s Martin, Jr. Roni-RT Rombach, Jr. Joseph M. Slifkrth Ki;nd. ll 11. Cram Advisory Board W. I 1 WIMCIXD lA MAN lloHART ' . BlAKIiSLEE I ' tiire 2 5 ORGANIZATIONS Ball, Cauley, D ' Angelo, Guice, Hamlet. Herman, Johnson, Kierr King, Kuhnell, Lemann, McXamara, Meyers, Zarrilli, L., Nicholson, Pradel Ratcliffe, Smith, Steeg. Steinberg, Talley, Trum Miller, Zarrilli, R. TULANE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Officers Charles B. Hamlet III President Axgelo Harold E. Ratcliffe Vice-President Joseph Members Country Represented Ambassador Jay P. Altmaver Argentina Ambass. Ambassador Alfred G. Ball Sweden Ambass Ambassador Robert R. Bruce . Union of South Africa Ambass. Ambassa dor Seymour A. Cohen Australia Ambass Ambassador Angelo M. D ' An ' gelo Italy Ambass Ambassador Albert L. Dart Bolivia Ambass. Ambassador Johx H. Fellman Austria Ambass Ambassador Jacob D. Guice Brazil Ambass Ambassador Charles B. Hamlet III . United States Ambassador Arthur C. Hollister, Jr Peru Ambass. Ambassador Alvis " E. Johkson, Jr Spain Ambass. Ambassador Earl H. Jun ' g Germany Ambass. Ambassador Raymond H. Kierr .... Columbia Ambass Ambassador Benjamin C. King China Ambass Ambassador William J. Kuhnell Japan Ambass. Ambassador John S. Lemann . . . Czecho-Slovakia Amb.ass Ambass. M. D ' Ancelo Secretary C. Meyers, Jr Treasurer Members Country Represented ADOR E. J. McNamara . Dominican Republic ADOR Charles D. Marshall .... Finland ADOR Joseph C. Meyers, Jr France ADOR Herbert L. Miller .... Switzerland ADOR Arthur G. Newmyer, Jr. . . Nicaragua ADOR Francis Nicholson .... Yugoslavia ADOR Sam C. Oliver Portugal ADOR Leon A. Pradel . .. ' .... . t ' nion of Socialist Soviet Republics ADOR Harold E. R.atcliffe India ADOR WiLFORD M. SMITH Panama ADOR Moise S. Steeg, Jr. . . . Great Britain ADOR Julian L. Steinberg .... Papal State ADOR Jac Stich . . . .... Turkev ADOR Bascom D. Talley, Jr Ireland ADOR Joseph S. Trum, Jr Canada . DOR Lawrence L. Zarrilli .... Belgium The International Relations Club is an active discussion group of international problems. It has its own library of about one hundred volumes, which was donated and is kept up to date by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The organization also receives a number of international newspapers, pamphlets, etc. Each member of the club is given the title of ambassador from one of the various countries and represents that country in all discussions of the club. Page 256 ORGANIZATIONS Abes, Barnett. Colvin. Davis, Hocht Hoehn, Kahn, Leverich. Marsh Meyer, Reeves, Rogan, Scales, Torre NEWCOMB STUDENT COUNCIL Officers Constance Mkver PrcsiJini Lynne p. Hecht rict-Prcsident Anita H. Abes Secretary Members Ruth M. Rogan Senior Reprcscnlativc Lynne P. Hecht Senior Re iresenlalive Louise C. Hoehn Senior Represenlalive Janice R. Torre Junior Represenlulife Anita H. Abes Junior Represenlulii ' e Marion F. Leverich lunior Represenlali ' ve Louise G. Schramm Sophomore Represenlalive Katherine S. Coiatn Senior Class PresiJenI Cecii.e M. Kahn Junior Class PresiJeni Elizabeth A. Scales Sophomore Class PresiJenI Doris I " ). Davis Dormilory PresiJenI " irginia M. NLvrsh In Sehool PresiJenI Ida a. Harneti ' Music School PresiJenI Nancy R. Reeves SluJenl liojy PresiJenI The Student Couxcil of Newcomr College has jurisdiction over the conduct of the students in their relations to the college and to one another; this council, com- posed of the students themselves, regulates all matters of honor after a hearing of the case ill hand and :i consideration ot all the evidence that can be obtained. Pai e 2 ORGANIZATIONS Euford. Legier, Meyer, Michel Nolan, Reeevs t:. THE NEWCOMB STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Executive Committee Nancy R. Reeves Student Body Prcsideyit Marie Louise Legier Student Body Vice-President CoxsTANXE Meyer President Student Council Helen J. Michel Corresponding Secretary Alice G. Buford Recording Secretary Katherine E. Nolan Treasurer Doris D. Davis House President Katherine S. Colvin President Senior Class Cecile M. Kahn President Junior Class Elizabeth A. Scales .... President Sophomore Class Virginia M. M.arsh President Art Sc iool Ida a. B.arnett President Music Sch ool Sarah E. Cherry President Y. W. C. J. Alma P. Wirth Chairman Athletic Council Lynne p. Hecht President Debating Club CORINNE M. Cl.aiborne . Neiucomb Editor of Hullabaloo The Executive Committee, with the President of the Newcomb Student Govern- ment Association as its chairman, has the power of suggesting legislation to the Stu- dent Body. It considers and votes upon any proposed amendment to, or change in, the Constitution before said change is submitted to the Student Association as a whole. It charters all clubs and organizations and enforces the laws adopted by the Association. Page 2s8 ORGANIZATIONS mr Davis. Laidlaw. West NEWCOMB COUNCIL OF RESIDENT STUDENTS Officers Doris D. Davis Prrs ' idcnl Jeanne Laidlaw Warren House President ZuLA Mae L. Bvrd Doris Hall Presideni Polly West Secretary Ruth M. Butt East Wing President Mary Louise Castlen .... West JFing President Members of Josephixk Louise House Ox Couxcil Seniors Juniors Sophomores Claudia N. Barrett Katiirrine D. Buchanan Caroly.v P. Middleton Janet C. Quillian Helen J. Michel Leila S. Werlein Sidney Mize Harrieite Peteet Members of W.arrex House Ox Council Senior Junior Sophomore Evelyn L. Potter Eleanor Siiands .Ann C. Woodaro MhmbI ' R of Doris Mali. Ox Col xcii. Junior Harriet S. White Virginia L. Worth incton . r Chairman PoLi N Jordan Mistress oj Revels The Student Govern.ment As.soci.vtiox of tlu- Josephine Louise House, Warren Ncwcomb House and Doris Hall is composed of all meinbers of the dormitories and proposes to develop an cfHcient system of self-government among them in all matters relating to the conduct of the members individually and as a . ociaI group. The ex- ecutive, judicial and legislative power of the A.ssociation is vested in the House Council. Page 3-;q w ORGANIZATIONS Abes, Culligan. Hecht THE JENNIE C. NIXON DEBATING CLUB Officers Lykn-e p. Hecht President Anita H. Abes Chairman of Debate Gles ' dy M. Culligax Secretary Mary Sue Asdersok Adele M. Brisei Marion Carletox Louise H. Charboxnet Mary E. Dichmanx VlRGIXlA A. FRERET Eleaxore a. Fuller Marie Louise Goodwix Jaxe M. Greexfield Members Miriam O. Haas Rebe-Nell R. Hoffmax Elaine S. Ivey Cecile M. Kahn Mariax F. Kohlmax Helen E. Lear Fanny M. Lemaxx rosixe j. loeb Helex J. Michel Claire Miller Louise Pitts Carolyx S. Riddle Dorothy B. Sale Marian F. Schoolfield Joel Simon Alma M. Sullivan Gladys M. Viosca Leila S. Werlein Fraxces E. Wolf The aim of the Jennie C. Xixon Debating Club is to foster Interest in organization and public speaking. Debates and floor discussions are held at the bi-monthly meetings and prize debates and intercollegiate contests are held throughout the year. This year the schedule of the Club included debates with teams from the Union of Students of England, the University of Georgia, Mississippi State College for Women, and a triangular debate with Agnes Scott and Randolph-Macon. Page sbo ORGANIZATIONS Culligan, Hecht, Kalin, Sale THE NEWCOMB DRAMATIC CLUB Officers Dorothy B. Sale President Glekdv M. Cui.ligax LvKNE P. Hecht Vice-President Mildred M. Fossier . Cecile M. Kahn ' Stage Manage ■ Secretary Treasurer Members Anita H. Abes Leone Adams Lillian Aronson Beitve a. Bacharach Elizabeth N. Baker Marjorie L. Bernstein Betiy Bi.akeslee Janet P. Breidenbach Adele M. Brisbi DoROTH - L. Brumb - Alice G. Blkord Mary Louise Ciiapotel Marv Ellen Cohn Virginia B. Conover Polly Corbin Hermione F. Curjel Doris M. I ' )ahlberg Mary K. Dart Nancy V. Denning Frances C. Drake Helen L. Ebal ' gh GLAins M. Eddins Miriam L. Edelstein Anita R. Effron Louise T. Eisenstaedt Elizabeth B. English Anita B. Evans Jewel R. Feike Mary Ellen Freeman ' irginia a. Freret Lillian C. Gai.t Anne R. Gause Rita C. Geiger Louise May Goldman Marie Louise Goodwin Margaret A. Green CiiARi.oiTE NL Hardie Margaret B. Hart Chari.oite S. Hawkins Dorothy L H aydel MiZE Hebert Louise C. Hoehn Rebe-Nei.l R. Hoffman Caledonia L ckson Nancy L. Johnson Paulina Jordan Jane E. Kei.leher Margaret Ann Kelly Marian F. Kohlman Madeline M. Levy Eleanor E. Lipman Be ' ity G. Lockeit Rosine J. Loeb Marie Celeste Lyons Peggy Martin Corinne H. Maunsell Louise H. Moore Jaine S. Morton Kate Minor Olivier L RY E. Peacock Betty J. Pearce Maurine H. Poti.itzer DoROi in ' J. PuGii Emily P. Quigi.ey Janet C. Quillian Nina . Reddht Dorothy E. Rector Elaine H. Richardson Paula E. Rubin Edna S. Schlecel Amelia NL Smith Frances B. Stern Anne F. Stewart Adele L. Story Florence Strug Alma M. Sullivan Mary Taylor Mary V. Thomas Dorothy M. Topping Janice F. Trum L Rv R. Ipton Elizabeth L S. Walters Lucy E. Weed Sophie M. Wei.sch Mar.iorie J. Wiegand NLmtie Ruth Wh.lv Woods Wilson irginia L. Worthington The aim of the- Newcomh Dramatic Chil, is to present pLiys throuKl, student effort, membership being achieved through tryouts in the fall. " Miss Nelly of NOrleans " was presented by members of the Club on December 19 as their major fall produ ction. Page 261 T ORGANIZATIONS Barnett, Kirk, Nolan, " VS ' elirmann NEWCOMB GLEE CLUB LiSE Wehrmann " . Katherine E. Nolan Officers President Ida A. Barneit . . . . . . . . rice-President Maynard Klein , . . Beryl J. Kirk Accompanist Treasurer . Director Members First Sopranos Leone Adams Alston Amy Elizabctli N. Baker Ida A. Barnett Kate M. Chamness Halcyon R. Colomb Isabel Crawford Dal ton D. Crichlow Frankie M. Davis Elvy M. Debate Helen " V. Dempsey Nancy V. Denning Rose Devensky Iniogene Durrett " SVinnie M. Eldridge Anita B. Evans Georgia Anne Fagan Katherine D. Frazier Elaine M. Gottschalk Hope Hardy Mary A. Hardy Ellen L. Heindel Dorothy C. Heinzelman Verda A. Hudson Olga H. Johns Esther Johnson Roselea Jonas Mignon Juniel Constance Kachel Shirley Latter Joy McCanne Margaret T. McKenzie Katherine E. Nolan Aileen Orrison Janet C. Quillian Nina H. Redditt Frances " W. Ricks Julia S. Rogers Mariana A. G. Scott Helen M. Simpson Adele L. Story Dorothy M. Toppino Janice F. Truni Gladys M. Viosca Augusta Walmsley Elizabeth J. S. Walters Rose Manheim Weitz Mattie Ruth Willy Second Sopranos Minola L. Backer Rosemary L. Barton Babette L. Bollag Martha S. Brogan Flora Burton Sarah E. Cherry Carmen J. Corbera Sabina Davis Harriet Dyke Rita C. Geiger Annette Girelius Louise May Goldman Adrienne Gottschalk Mary T. Gullotta Catherine M. Hall Dorothy Hebron " VN ' ilma M. Hudson Jessie W. Jan ■ier Nancy L. Johnson Laura B. " U ' . Jones Carlotta M. King Cesil S. Kohlman Elaine Levy Elise B. Levy Jeanne D. Levy Virginia Liggett Claudine McGovern Elizabeth L. Marston Katherine Matheny Rosary " V. Nix Betty J. Pearce Louise Pitts Evelyn L. Potter Ethel V. Rollins Berkeley G. Ryan Nina O. LTnderhill Mireille M. Voorhies Jane Waddle Mary T alker Peggy P. Weaver LisG Wehrmann Nathalie Weiner Alto Edna E. Angle Pauline L. Barnwell Dorothy Beckmeyer Vivian Black Sara E. Booth Adele M. Brisbi Dorothv L. Brumby Ellen P. Erydon Marion Carleton Mary Louise Chapotel Hermoine F. Cur j el Nan B. Duvic Louise T. Eisenstaedt Anne R. Gause Dorothy M. Haas Elizabeth Halliday Beverlev J. Hess Rebe-Nell R. Hoffman Elaine S. Ivey Cora S. Jahncke Alice V. Kiern May Lee Kinberger Doris A. Lurie Marie Louise Magne Florabel Posey Marion V. Rice Eda Rosenthal Emeline R. Roth Rosemary Samsot Elizabeth A. Scales Naomi J. Segall Tvette Sherman Carolyn M. Stubbs Jacqueline Texada Dorothea R. Thornton Pearl J. " U ' einstein Marjorie A. Tates The aim of the Newcomb Glee Club is to build up a repertoire of part songs from the best musical literature. The members sing for school functions, outside entertainments, give an annual concert and with the Tulane Glee Club participate in an operetta. This year the Club presented " Ruddigore, " a Gilbert and Sullivan comic operetta, on two successive nights, December 13 and 14. Both performances were received by an enthusiastic audience. Page 262 IW ORGANIZATIONS Briedt ' , Cherry, Cope, JuniL-l YOUNG WOMEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Officers Sarah E. Cherry President Micnok W. Jumei KvniRVN C. Briede Vice-President Patsv Jean Cope Cabinet Coimjiiittee Wii.MA M. Hudson Finance May Lee Kivberger Mary E. Duchman.v Group Discussion Lii.i.iak H. Fairlie ' 1RGIMA A. Freret Enlertiiinment ■ Secretary Treasurer ■ ■ Publicity Social Service Helen M. Anderson Mary Sue Anderson MiNOLA L. Backer Mary G. Barnes Dorothy Batson Marion C. Blessey Adele S. Bodker Sara E. Booth Harrietie R. Branan Kathryn C. Briede Ellen P. Brydon Marion Carleton Ivy p. Case Mary Louise Casti.en Sarah E. Cherry Willomette a. Colley Patsv Jean Cope Carmen J. Core era Members Catherine L. Corsay Sophie M. Cox Dalton D. Crichlow Frankie M. Davis Mary E. Dichmann Irma M. Dodd Mariha C. Ellis Georgia Anne Fagan Lillian H. Fairlie Gloria R. Forst ' iRGiNiA A. Freret Frances C. Gomila Elizabeth Halliday Elizabeth L. Head Doris E. Hill Wilma M. Hudson Olga H. Johns Eleanor L Jones Esther Judlin Mignon W. Jumel Constance Kachel May Lee Kinberger Dorothy O. Korndorffer Anna A. Lachin Anna T. Lafaye Roma de Lucas Margaret T. McKenzie Katherine E. Mathenv Jeanne M. Oehmichen Aii.een Orrison Beity J. Pearce Catherine Powell Carolyn S. Riddle Anne Jo Ryan Julia M. Thomas Gladys M. Viosca Marguerite A. Wirth The purposes ol the V. ' . C. A. are: To unite in the desire to realize full ami creative lite through a growing knowledge of God ; and to determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people. The fields of work in which the Y. V. C. A. is active are Discussion Groups, ' espers in the Dormitory, Social Service, and Sponsor Movement. I age sOj ORGANIZATIONS Blattniann, Colvin, Dahlbers ' , Gaudet, Kinberger Moise, Palmissano, Schlegel, Wirth NEWCOMB ATHLETIC COUNCIL Officers Alma P. Wirth Chairman Katherine S. Colvin Secretary-Treasurer Members Seniois Katherine S. Colvin Geraldine Gaudet Doris M. Dahlberg Alma P. Wirth Juniors Ernestine E. Moise Myrtle J. Palmisano Edna S. Schlegel Sophomores Bertha L. Blattmann May Lee Kinberger The aim of this organization and the council is to promote and foster interest in athletics, thereby forming and framing a stronger mind in a stronger body through participation in sports offered. Paije 264 ORGANIZATIONS r - t Barnc ' tt, Weitz NEWCOMB ' S LITTLE SYMPHONY Officers Rose Manheim Weitz President Ida a. Barneit rice-Presidi il Dorothy M. Haas Stcreiary-Librariari Mavnaru J. Klein Director Membfrs F to! ins Rose Devensky Ellen L. Heindel Elizabeth J. S. Walters Sara C. Ellis Rebe-Nell R. IIokfmak Sophie N. Welsch Clara O. Freeman Doris A. Lurie Anna Woi.brette Dorothy M. Haas Amelia L. Plant Marjorie A. Vates fiola Dalton D. Crichlow Alice V. Kiern Evelyn Katz Florabel Posey li ' tliiiccl o Doris N. Luff Jilia S. Rogers Anne F. Stewart Dotthlc Bass Ida a. HARNin-r Nina O. rsDERiiiLL Rose Mamihm Weitz Fluh Clarinet Katherine E. Nolan Makharki I.. Rosser Mary Ella CSardner Miriam O. Haas OI ' df Bassoon Elenora J. Palmisano Hh.en p. Smith l ' ' ii i- 26 % It m t r PAM-HELLENIC PANNED Beware, young man, beware the Greeks! By all let this be heard. The Phis, the Betas, Delts and Dekes; Don ' t ever take their word! On bended knee I say beware! My eyes are wild, I tear my hair. I weep for drunks I didn ' t throw, For gals I didn ' t get to know Because the Greeks took all my dough. They ' ll offer you a fancy pin. And half a pint of knock-out gin. Accept it not, you mental peasants — Beware the Greeks though bearing pres- ents! If there is one good college frat, I for one don ' t know its name; But I for one am certain that It has no chapter at Tulane! The others don ' t amount to much — Kappa Alpha, Phi and such; The A. T. O.s, the Delts and Dekes; But here they are: Behold the Greeks! itM- E-. ' V. Sigma Pi ' s one bid to fame Is " Brother " Edward Bechtel ' s name. (That ' s true, yet on the other hand Eight of their members are in the Band! ) Blackwcir s a drummer andFatter ' s a tooter; Likewise arc Snares, Viosca and Renter. The curfew tolls the knell for Pi K. A. That lowly herd winds slowly down the Lea, A band of brothers that has seen its day. And leaves the world to God and S.A.E. Perhaps to this neglected lot has strayed Some few like Dave or Brownie, Red and Holmes; But four men don ' t compose a big pa- rade — But let the past repose nithiii these bones. They hud a first rate lodge for many a yea- Until thc alt began to dill -dall . And let it slip — ah, stranger shed a tear: Their flower is the lily of the valley! One Word In 1828 Noah Webster published a 70fi00-word up-to-date Eng- lish dictionary In 1909 it was revised into a 400 fiOO-word work and now a 600y000-word book will shortly be released. Established 1883 We do not pretend to know even a re- mote part of the language, hut if we were asked off-hand to select one word out of the 600,000 that best befits the Whitney, our choice would be FAITHFUL Whitney National Bank Phi Kappa Sigma is otic big enigma. And Joe Montagnet is their aw fullest stigma. With Simons and Simons, Lodrigties and Waechters Their chances next year are a problem in vectors. How they ever get half of the men that they do To join with such a lugubrious crew Is a problem that only a genius could an- swer — It stands unexplained — like the cause of a cancer. With rich men and poor men and fellows like Keith, And one guy who looks like an Indian chief, They stay in there pitching but never quite make it — Which all goes to prove that the Phi Kaps can take it. High diddle, diddle, a jug and a fiddle, The K. A. ' s have got ' em a tune. It ' s " Drink, Chug-a-lug. " But only a mug Would drink with a K. A. buffoon. Chorus Eustis and Bass and Farnsworth and Tooke and Poitevent, Culpepper, Young and Van Hook Are almost as sorry as Lockett and Whar- ton And Dickson and Stauss and that guy Manley Horton. Paul Tulane L saw the realization of his ideals in the founding of Tulane Uni- versity in 1834. eon G o d c k a ux began his career as a clothing mer- chant in New Orleans in 1840. and thru the years Tulane University and Godchaux ' s have upheld the tradi- tions and ideals of their founders. Since 1840 Godchau.x ' s has clothed Tulanians and their families . . . and will continue to serve them with true appreciation of st) ' le and qualit)- thru the years. NEW ORLEANS APPAREL FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN CLEAN COOL TECHE GREYHOUND LINES INQUIRE— BUS STATION 400 No. Rampart Street Main 3636 COMFORTABLE Offers Convenient Service Daily TO Practically Every Section of The United States AT Astoniskingly Lo v Fares (Long Time Limit on Round-Trip Tickets) USE GREYHOUND FOR YOUR SUMMER VACATION TRIPS CITY TICKET OFFICE 103 St. Charles Street Raymond 6553 CONVENIENT A. T. O. is out to build A finer, cleaner — Dramatic Guild. One of their lodge is an out and out zdney We remain non-committal on Marshall and Many. And you ' re never seen names like they have in this troupe — There ' s a Lentjes, a Wooljork, two Schultz and one Schupp. Chorus A violet by a mossy stone Half hidden from the eye! Turk, the Guild, the Relations Club, A.T.O. and the " Y, " tra-la, A. T.O. and the " Y. " O I A. Theese guys they a couple dam fine fella; It ees not the truth that they dreenk citron- ella. It ees not the truth that they sing like coy- ote. It ees not the truth that they pledged Don Quixote. It ees not the truth that they eat avocado. Nor ees eet the truth that they harbored Macado: But it ees the fact that they harbor Torrado, And Armstrong and Oms and one beeg Alvarado. When you know them you find that they are dam good friend — Theese ' Rican, theese Cuban, theese " spick " gentlemen. Phi Delta Thctas never lie, They don ' t drink gin, they don ' t drink rye. And past their house a road runs by To many towered Camelot. And up and down the people go Gazing where the lilies blow — Fresh as daisies, pure as snow — Purer than that mystic moll The Lady of Shalott. Pardon us, did we say Phi? Did we say gin? Did we say rye? Correction, please! That can ' t get by; We ' ve seen the whole damn crew get high. Correction, please! Another lie! There are some like Jones, who don ' t drink rye. And some like Finch, who wouldn ' t lie — But there are others we won ' t harass. Wrong, or libel, or embarrass. Like Livaudais and Wooze and Harris. A rose to the memory of Sigma Nu; Once it held a darn fine crew. Now, alas, it ' s in the mould. Lord, have mercy on its soul. Chorus It grew sick on Wilson, and died of a spasm Caused by a siege of chronic Miazzctn. Pi Kappa Phi is completely devoid Of any one better than " Scalawag " Boyd. And Lamby ' s no reason to set up a howl — Neither is Janssen and Seward and Powell. MEDICAL BOOKS OF ALL PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTIONS Solicited to Medical Journals — Both Foreign and Domestic J. A. MAJORS COMPANY 1301 Tiilane Avenue NEW ORLEANS, LA. Expression, ivhich is character, interest, naturalness ana anima- tion rolled into one, is the thing that makes portraits live. Only ex ' perts can ' produce this. 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Mary — Call the cattle home Across the sands of Dee. And, Mary, lock the cattle up. Here comes an S. A. E. The Sigma Chi ' s are east of Suez, For their best are as their worst. But they have a darn good song Accompanied by a darn good thirst. Chorus Ooooo-oh! You ' ve never seen hey -hey, till Marsh and Shilstone play. When the dawn comes up like thunder they Continue through the day. Etc., Etc. Delta Tau Delta, like one or two others. Has a beneficent bevy of mothers Whose first-born obligingly have little brothers. Chorus Cases are ample; we ' ll cite an example: Gleason and Phelps are an excellent sam- ple. But next year no more little brothers are co ming — The Deltas are faced with a season of slum- ming. The Betas say grace at luttch and at dinner; Their only disgrace is a sophomore sinner. They ' re honest and truthful; hut here lies the rub: Their outfit is run like a Rotary Club. " A Beta, " they say, " is a Leader and Booster (Guys that pronounce the word ' ouster ' as ' ooster ' ) And ' being elected ' is one of our habits; And Beta is just one big family " — of Babbits. Chorus Byrd is a big shot, but Boggs runs the works; Like the rest of the Betas, they ' re typical Turks. With Putzell as prexy and Bisso a member These lads are hot as an anthracite ember. But that isn ' t saying they got any class: The Delta Sigs get what the other frats pass. Taking a dig at Kappa Sig Is saying that bacon is made out of pig. There ' s Habans and Spencer and Johnson and Turpin (Pardon us, lady. We can ' t stop the burpin ' ). Chorus We ' re giving advice and admit that it ' s funny. But never shoot dice with these babies for money. THE H. SOPHIE NEWCOMB MEMORIAL COLLEGE FOR WOMEN Tulane University of Louisiana A College of High Standards Offering a Training That Will Help Our Young Women to Become Useful Citizens Complete Courses in ARTS AND SCIENCES FINE AND APPLIED ARTS, MUSIC For Catalogues and hiformalion. Address REGISTRAR, NEWCOMB COLLEGE NEW ORLEANS, LA. UNIVERSITY STYLES Hart Schaffner ScMarx Clothes Young men everywhere en- joy the easy drape and soft tailoring of the university models, as exemplified by Hart-Schaffner ; Marx. 710 CANAL STREET WETZEL PRINTING Incorporated NEW ORLEANS Main 3201 720-728 Perdido St. Sigma Phi Epsilon is so sensitive we aren ' t even going to be nasty. Their nick- name is Sig Ep, if you please, and not S. P. E., or Sigma Phi. Never! oh, never confuse them with Sigma Pi Epsilon. Now, if we wanted to indulge in personalities, there are " Chase ' em around the track " Lottinger, and " Dainty " Texada and " Sprawling " Sproles, and " Plug " Brewer; but let that drop; for, besides disliking un- pleasant subjects, we have nothing against the S. P. E.s. And why should we? Lord know ' s they ' ve never hurt anybody. (If you get what we mean.) Baldwin and Bartlett and Billet and Jahncke, And, please, Mr. King, may we borry your hanky? Devlin ' s a D.D. and Thames is a terror. Ferguson ' s name is excluded by error. Of all of the flowers to take to their fancy, Their shrubbery official is — gracious! — a pansy. Refrain One for you and one for me — Ther ' re forty-four pansies in D. K. E. Just so long as Sigma Phi Delta stays back there by the engineering building; just so long as they don ' t give any parties or overdo that surveying stuff; just so long as they don ' t take in too many like Edgar Haas or Dan Mabel, we ain ' t gonna bother them. 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Tegucigalpa, Hon. Ray G. Dauber Nen- Orleans Manuel I. Fisher New Orleans Joe T. Orendorf . . . Bowling Green, Ky. Harry M. Pelias New Orleans Charles E. Tooke, Jr Ruston, La. Joseph J. Torre New Orleans Dudley U. Yoedicke .... New Orleans Newcomb ZuLA M. L. Byrd .... Gulfpon, Miss. Mary B. Byrne New Orleans Helen P. Dufour New Orleans Mn.DRED M. Fossier .... New Orleans Joyce O ' D. Kindred .... New Orleans Gladys D. Long Evergreen, Ala. Nancy B. Morris New Orleans Anna F. Pipes Houma, La. .Amelia L. Plant New Orleans Lucy D. Rogers Mt. Vernon, III. Alva S. Weatherford . . . New Orleans Meitha K. Westfeldt . . . New Orleans Arts and Sciences Rose S. Brener New Orleans Charles Corso New Orleans Victor E. Deimel, Jr New Orleans Cornelius J. Everett, Jr. . . New Orleans .Andrew M. Gregg New Orleans Haywood H. Hillyer .... New Orleans JUNIOR Medicine Montague S. Adams . . Birmingham, Ala. Hubert L. Allen, Jr. . . Kansas City, Mo. Joseph D. Anderson . . . Franklin, Teim. Paul J. Azar New Orleans Thomas A. Baines .... Jackson, Miss. Harold II. Bowerman . . . Whittier, Cal. Dannie II. B RAM .... Alexandria, La. Paul S. Causey El Paso, Tex. Emmerson C. Chiasson . Port Neches, Tex. Mary P. Chi. sson . . . Port Neches, Tex James M. Ciar.wei.la .... Tampa, Fla. John Corso New Orleans Walter E. Cri ' Mpler, Jr. . Port .-Vrlhur, Tex. Lewis M. D.uvson MohiN ' , .Ala. Attilio V. Fii.izoi.a . . San .Antonio, Tex. Martin L. Fi.ynt, Jr. . . Meridian, Miss Chester .A. Fort, Jr Ocala, Fla. Thom.m F. Fujiwara . . . Honolulu, T. 11. Shelley R. Gaines Enid, Miss. Gordon M. Hankins . . Birmingham, .Ala. CLASS joii . . Holmes New Orleans Earl U. Jung Bogalusa, La. Ja.mes J. Kohlman New Orleans WooDRow McD. Lamb . . Paragould, Ark. Lamar L. Lambert . French Settlement, La. ZOLOMON Levin . . . Golden Meadows, La. Lester P. Lieber .... Natchitoches, La. Collins P. Lipsco.mb . . . Hammond, La. Joseph E. Loftin Dallas, Tex. Frank C. Macne New Orleans Jack S. Marx New Orleans Anthony J. Monta Elmer, N. J. Harry M. Pelias New Orleans Ashby W. Pettigrew, Jr. . . . Houma, La. Homer R. Robinson . . . Lake Charles, La. Archibald B. D. Saint . . . New Orleans Maurice E. St. Martin . . . New Orleans Jack E. Shancold . . Perth Amboy, N. J. Mortimer Silvey .... Brooklyn, N. Y. Farrel B. Thomas .... Ft. Smith, Ark. Roy O. Trahan New Orleans Seymour H. Wasserman . Brooklyn, N. Y. Engineering Alfred E. Abaunza .... New Orleans George S. Bisso New Orleans William T. Boardman, Jr. . New Orleans Alexander T. Covert . . Philadelphia, Pa. James A. Cronvich .... New Orleans James J. Howe New Orleans Clarence J. Hughes .... New Orleans John H. Janssen New Orleans Joseph J. Krebs New Orleans Lionel H. McDonald .... New Orleans LeRoy L. Newman, Jr . . . New Orleans Crawford J. Powei.i New Orleans Arnaud p. Te.xada, Jr. . . . New Orleans Fabian P. Wiederecht . . . New Orleans Commerce Frank H. Lichtenstein . . . New Orleans Martin .A. Macdiarmid . . . New Orleans Herbert P. Pellegrini . . . New Orleans CLASS Jesse R. Hightower . . . Ttta Bena, Miss. Norman D. Hines . . Seven Springs, N. C. Verner S. Holmes Lexic, Miss. Russell D. Holt . . . Albuquerque, N. M. WooDROw M. IlowDON . . Clearwater, Fla. Charles R. Jenkins . . . Basslield. Miss. John M. Johnson, Jr. . . . San Saba, Tex. .Albert P. Kimrali Yuma, .Ariz. MiNORU KiMURA .... Honolulu, T. H. Thomas A. Le ' ai.lev . . Miles City, Mont. Elizabeth Lewis New Orleans George G. McHardy, III . Baton Rouge, La. Ilippoi ' STE P. Marks, Jr. . . . Monroe, La. James L. Massey ...... Quincy, Fla. -Alfred J. Messina . . . ' icksburg. Miss. Carl F. Moore, Jr. . . . Gainesville, Tex. Samuel D. Murray .... Newman. Ga. .Albert Owers Austin, Tex. -Alejandro Perez, Jr. . . . David, Panama BvRON E. Pollock .Abilene, Tex. Frederick L. Risher .... Laurel, Miss. Ignatius J. Coloita . . Dorothy M. Council . . . indianola, Miss. . . New Orleans Gerald S. Smith . . . . . Lockhart, Tex. William B. Smith . . . . Fremont, N. C. Frances E. Evans . . . . . New Orleans James A. Sproles, Jr. . . . New Orleans Harley B. Ferguson, Jr. . Vicksburg, Miss. George Y. Tomoguchi . . . . Hilo, T. H. Stanley ' C. Fitzpatrick . . . New Orleans Edwin W. Tucker . . . . . New Orleans Frank E. Ford .... . . New Orleans Robert P. Vincent, Jr. . . . Jackson, Miss. Ernest H. Gould . . . . . New Orleans Willard L. Waldron . Water Valley, Miss. William T. Hidden . . . . New Orleans Charles R. Walters . . . New Orleans Samuel S . Klein . . . . Elizabeth, N. J. Albert J. Linam . . . Stanley D. Lodrigues . . Columbia, S. A. . . Patterson, La. Gust AVE F. Weber . . . . Marshall, Tex. Joseph B. Wharton, Jr. . . EI Dorado, Ark. Preston H. Longino . . . Provencal, La. Howard S. Williams, Jr. . Hattiesburg, Miss. E. G. Baker Marsh . . . . Kenner, La. John J. Young .... . Natchitoches, La. William G. Mason . . . . . Tampa. Fla. Law Harold G. Memtsas . . . . New Orleans Eugene J. Morel . . . . . New Orleans Charles A. Kyle . . . . . New Orleans Morris W. Newman . . . . Metairie, La. Samuel Lang .... . . New Orleans Julian A. Otillio . . . . . New Orleans S. Poitevent, Jr. . .0 cean Springs, Miss. Royal J. Prinz .... . . Metairie, La. Rafael Rafols .... Quebradillos, P. R. Percy Sandel . . Monroe, La. S. Gordon Reese . . . Lawrenceville, Va. Harley C. Shands . . . Jackson, Miss. Joseph H. Rizzo, Jr. . . . New Orleans James P. Smith . . . Knoxville, Tenn. Walter S. Rodriguez . . . New Orleans Robert J. Starkey . . E. Templeton, Mass. Archie D. Saint . . . . . Elizabeth, La. Charles B. Stroble . . . . Covington, La. Edward T. Weeks, Jr. . . New Iberia, La. Louis 0. Thames . . . . . Jackson, La. Donald W. Wendt . . . Evansville, Ind. John A. Thomas, Jr. . . . . New Orleans Newcomb Fred Tripp, Jr George T. Wogan . . . . . New Orleans . . New Orleans Fay Allen . . New Orleans Frederick Zengel . . . . . New Orleans Ruth M. Ballard . . Bay St. Louis, Miss. Dorothy Beckemeyer . . . New Orleans Engineering ! DOLIVE M. Benoit . . . . . Houma, La. Mary R. Brothers . . . . Anniston, Ala. John C. Bartley . . . . . New Orleans Ora L. Carroll , . . John C. Bendler . . . Louis C. Bisso .... . . New Orleans . . New Orleans Alida J. Clark . . . . Clarksdale, Miss. Elvira A. Corrales . . . Tampa, Fla. Charles A. Burton . . . . New Orleans Elvv M. Debate . . . . . New Orleans Lester L. Cronvich . . . . New Orleans Rose Devensky ' . . . . . New Orleans Oliver P. Darby . . . . . New Orleans Melba M. Elfer . . . St. Rose, La. Charles H. Dieth . . . . . New Orleans Olivia M. Ewing . . . . New Orleans Farrar R. Dodge . . . . . New Orleans Dorothy L. Fraiser . . . New Orleans Albert F. Dugan . . . . . New Orleans Marjorie L. Frantz . . . New Orleans John S. Duke .... . Hahnville, La. RosETTA M. Ginsberg . . . New Orleans Gilmer W. Engelhardt . New Orleans Frances C. Gomila . . . New Orleans Wm. J. Featheringill . I ndependence, Kan. AiLEEN M. Hall . . . . . Jellico, Tenn. Marion E. Frater . . . . . New Orleans Rose Hartstein . . . Ben J. Haney, Jr. . . . . . New Orleans Frances Heidler . . . . Mt. Vernon. 111. Martin Hebert, Jr. . . . West Monroe, La. Dorothy C. Heinzelmann . . New Orleans Albert E. Hodapp . . . . . New Orleans Rebe-Nell R. Hoffman . . . New Orleans Sterling J. Knight . . . New Orleans Aly ' ce L. Hull . . . . . . Tulsa, Okla. Rene J. Lapeyrouse . . . . Houma, La. Jack McCaw William G. McGuire . . . New Orleans . . New Orleans Cesil S. Kohlman . . . . New Orleans Katherine Legier , . . New Orleans Arthur G. Mechler . . . . New Orleans Nell V. Liggett . . . . New Orleans John W. Mullen . . . . . New Orleans Leah C. Miller . . . . . . New Orleans Ernest L. Pragst . . . . . New Orleans Rose R. Milling . . . . . . New Orleans Frank Riess . . New Orleans Kathleen J. Motte . . . New Orleans Frank J. Rosato . . . . . New Orleans Catherine C. O ' Neill . . . New Orleans Henry ' W. Voelkel . . . . New Orleans Ethel L. Porter . . . . . . New Orleans Henry F. Werner, Jr. . . . New Orleans Elvira E. Rentrop . . Milton F. Williams, Jr. . . New Orleans Eda Rosenthal . . . . . New Orleans Charles G. Wright . . . . New Orleans Joel Simon .... Jane Sternberger . . . . . New Orleans . Memphis. Tenn. Commerce Pauline E. Terroy ' . New Orleans Henry Barnett .... . . New Orleans Constance E. Wyatt . . Fort Worth, Tex. Humberto M. Lopez . . . . New Orleans Rena p. Mitchell . . . . . New Orleans Arts and Sciences Wallace G. Orr . . . . . New Orleans Walton R. Akenhead " . . New Orleans Thomas A. Piacun . . . . . New Orleans Walter G. Allee, Jr. . . New Orleans William D. Robert . . . . New Orleans Roy D. Ary .... . . Stigler, Okla. Betty B. Thompson . . . . New Orleans Celestine R. Atkinson . . . New Orleans Raymond L. Thompson . . . Cleveland, O. Frederick W. Bierhorst . . . New Orleans Augustus C. Vreeland, Jr. . New Orleans | Howard L. Bryan . . . . Shreveport, La. Ralph McP. Williams . Arkadelphia, Ark SOPHOMORE CLASS NeWCO.MI! A ' lOi.A I. Al.l.EK Mctairii-, La. Mary S. Anderson New Orleans Louise A. Arny New Orleans Jane S. Hi.umentiiai New Orleans Mary D. Howers Columbns, C5a. DoROiiiY L. Hr son .... Louisville, da. Marion Cari.eton New Orleans Louise II. CiiARnoNNEi- . . . New Orleans Marjorie McC. Clarke . . . New Orleans Dorothy E. Cline . . Wichita Falls, Tex. Mary L. Comes New Orleans Virginia H. Conover .... New Orleans Carmen J. Corbera .... New Orleans Martiialee Craft New Orleans Elizabeth C. Cuitinc . . . New Orleans Audrey C. Derendecker . . New Orleans Claire H. Dolpii New Orleans Jane A. Eddins Slidell, La. Esteli.e C. Eldredge .... New Orleans Aline C. Elsas New Orleans Elizabeth B. English . . . Ammons, Ky. Alece J. Geisenberger . . . Dallas, Tex DoROiHY M. Haas New Orleans Lillian Handelman .... New Orleans Eunice R. Hardy ' New Orleans Eleanor L. Harkey .... New Orleans Gladys McK. Hassei.i.e . Chattanooga, Tenn. Elizabeth D. Heintzen . . . New Orleans Katherine J. Hii.d New Orleans EvEi.-iN E. Jones New Orleans Evelyn Katz New Orleans Dorothy M. Kelly . . . Kingsport, Tenn. Frances M. Kerr New Orleans .Alice V. Kiern New Orleans Kari.een Klein Meridian, Miss. Shirley Koei.le New Orleans Helen E. Lear New Orleans JULiEiTE E. Levy .... New Iberia, La. Doris N. Luff Ne v Orleans Marie L. M. gne New Orleans Peggy M. L. Martin .... New Orleans Emma K. M.atheny .... New Orleans Elizabeih K. Pipes .... New Orleans Jane C. Rainey New Orleans Anna M. Ricks New Orleans Marie R. Saai. New Orleans Louise G. Schramm .... New Orleans Josephine B. Semmes .... New Orleans Jane F. Sherman New Orleans ■ ■vETTE Sherman New Orleans Elizabeth C. Spencer .... I ' tility, La. NANC • SiAiR New Orleans Francise II. Talbot .... New Orleans Margaret J. Talbot .... New Orleans Marguerite E. Tinker . . . New Orleans P.vrRiciA W.yison New Orleans Isabel J. Weii New Orleans Mar E. Wilson .... Roekwnod, Tenn. Mildred Wood Houston, Tex. ' |RG|NIA I.. WORTHINGION . San .Antonio, Tex. Medicixh John ' . BiCK, Jr New Orleans liRADLEV C ' . Hrownsov . . . New Orleans Thomas C. Buit Orlando, Fla. James A. Chustz . . . Independence, La. Taylor W. CROW•LE ■ . , . an Buren, Ark, Joel A. D.wvson, Jr .Mobile, Ala. EvEREH r. Duncan Trees, La. JA.MES G. Eco.N ' OMOU .... Lowell, Mass. Thomas L. Ellis . . . Union Springs, Ala. Blrion E. Field .... Fayettevilje, Ark. Philip Gray Brooklyn, N. Y. Jack B. CJrifitn .... Chickasha, Okla. RoBERI S. IIlGDON . . . Brookhaven, Miss. John P. Hicgins . . . Daytona Beach, Fla. David P. Highiower ■o k, Ala. Robert C. Keli.eher .... New Orleans William S. Leake, Jr. . . . New Orleans Ralph W. McComas . . . Burkesville, Ky. Jose M. Mai.donado . . Port Limon, C. R. James DeP. Manget .... Atlanta, Ga. Wilbur E. Menerav .... Tampa, Fla. Robert S. Munger Dallas, Tex. William B. Nelson .... -Athens, Ala. Philip A. Niebergai.i. . St. Francisvillc, La. Frederick W. Ooden .... New Orleans Ernest H. Planck, Jr. . . . Mobile, Ala. William C. Rentz, Jr Miami, Fla. Paul A. Richter Dallas, Tex. William O. Rigbv . . Coconut Grove. Fla. John C. Roberts, Jr. . . . Cleveland, Miss. George E. Rohrer, Jr. . . . Houston, Tex. William R. Swango . . Hazel Green, Kv. Walter C. Tuman . . . New York, N. Y. Joseph W. Wells New Orleans WiLi.iA.M H. Williams, Jr. . Abilene, Tex. Arts .a.vd Sciences Jay p. Altmayer Mobile, Ala. Blaize Amoroso New Orleans Claibourne W. Andrews, Jr. . New Orleans John D. Andrews New Orleans WooDROW W. Ar.msirong . Dig Spring, Tex. Frank J. Bertucci New Orleans George H. Bick New Orleans Byron R. Breard Monroe, La Lazar D. Brener Nmv Orleans Chas. R. Brownei.l, Jr. . Morgan City, La. Mary A. Burke ... . . New Orleans Chester D. Burns . . Coconut Cirovc, Fla. Charles Candler Sylva, N. C. Lewis E. Chaze Alexandria, La. Pete R. Dalovisio . . . Lake Charles, La. Ernest G. DeBakey . . . Lake Charles, La. Jacob DeCorte New Orleans CHARLF.S P. Eddy, Jr New Orleans Louis A. Ensenat New Orleans Francis A. Escudier .... New Orleans Bernard P. Evans .... Memphis, Tenn. Frank L. Faust New Orleans Antiion Fernandez . . . Shell Beach, La. Morris Gerber New Orleans David W. Gii.i.is Slidell, La. Milton .A. C5iovanni . . Lake Charles, La. RlTii D. T. GuMBEi New Orleans Harry CIurievsky New Orleans Albert F. Inci.an .... Havana, Cuba Ed ari) D. Johnson .... New Orleans Maurice M. Kreeoer .... New Orleans Joseph D. Lea New Orleans Wii.i.iA.M N. LoniN .... Pallas, Tex. Ignacio Medina, Jr New Orleans Robert M. Monsted .... New Orleans .Alvin G. Montgo.merv . . . New Orleans M ' lLi.iAM I ' . Moss, Jr. . Bay St. Louis, Miss. lui.iAN B. Murphy . . . New Orleans Wu.ry. C. OiT Osyka, Miss. Morris II. Portnoy .... New Orleans Hekry T. Posey New Orleans Frederick C. Preisser .... New Orleans Howard J. Rau Covington, La. Robert M. Rose New Orleans Joseph R. Samuel New Orleans Robert H. Sanders Mobile, Ala. Marius M. J. Sheeren . . . New Orleans Walter S. Singleton .... New Orleans Charles J. Sinnott .... Springfield, 111. Federico a. Smith, Jr. . Tegucigalpa, Hon. ROBY H. Spaar New Orleans Marion A. Waggoner . . Tonkawa, Okla. Joseph C. Walker, Jr. . . . New Orleans Claude A. Wharton, Jr. . . Lufkin, Tex. Engineering Edward L. Andrus Crowley, La. Jack S. Burk New Orleans Thompson B. Burk .... New Orleans Earl C. Calkins New Orleans Jesse C. Connelly, Jr. . ■ . New Orleans Charles L Crais New Orleans James N. Eustis New Orleans Harold G. Faust, Jr New Orleans George A. Heft New Orleans Edward J. Koffskey, Jr. . . New Orleans Clarence E. Olschner, Jr. . Shreveport, La. James E. Peres New Orleans William H. Purves, Jr. . . . New Orleans James H. Ricau, Jr New Orleans Thompson J. Simpson .... New Orleans Cammie D. Smith, Jr. . . . New Orleans Marsh P. Stockto.n .... Jackson, Miss. FRESHMAN Newcomb Lucille M. Artigues .... New Orleans Helen M. Barnes . . Oklahoma City, Okla. Eleanor V. Black New Orleans Babette L. Bollag New Orleans Ruth M. Bouchard Dallas, Tex. Mary L. Budreau .... Savannah, Ga. Flora Burton New Orleans Camille M. Cambon .... New Orleans Emily J. Carter Jackson, Miss. Elise Cohn New Orleans Mary E. Cohn Houston, Tex. Catherine L. Cornay . . . New Orleans Edith L Cr. wford . . . . De Ridder, La. Hermione F. Curjel .... Mobile, Ala. Dolores M. Dauterive . . . New Orleans Sabina D.avis Wharton, Tex. Doris V. Dillon New Orleans Bernice M. Dippacher . . . New Orleans Lorraine M. Dutel .... New Orleans Miriam L. Edelstein . Chattanooga, Tenn. Anita R. Effron . . . Chattanooga. Tenn Anita B. Evans New Orleans Dorothy E. Everett .... New Orleans Louise M. Folks Glasgow, Ky. Mary L. Eraser .... El Paso, Tex. Katherine D. Frazier . Signal Mtn., Tenn. Clara 0. Freeman New Orleans Mary E. Freeman . . Chattanooga. Tenn. Betty R. Frew New Or ' eans Mary V. Gaiennie New Orleans Velma a. Girelius .... New Orleans Margaret A. Green . . . Louisville, Kv. Jane M. Greenfield . . . .St. Louis. Mo. Virginia M. Hamilton . . . New Orleans Margaret B. Hart New Orleans Charlotte S. Hawkins . . . New Orleans Lady Helen Henriques . . . New Orleans Frederic O. Sundbery .... Houma, La. Vernon J. Umbach .... New Orleans Luis C. Villamizar . . . Bogota, Colombia Daniel B. Warner .... New Orleans Joseph J. Zarza, Jr New Orleans Commerce Isaac H. Bass, Jr Lumberton, Miss. Clarence E. Bonnett, Jr. . . New Orleans Charles W, Bradley Norco, La. RoRERT R. Bruce, Jr. . . Independence, Mo. Harold A. Bur.w Venice, La. Robert C. Carter New Orleans Charles O. Dietrich .... New Orleans AzAD M. DoMBOURiAN . . . New Orleans Kenneth L. Hart . . . Big Spring, Tex. James R. Henderson .... Rayland, O. WiLLi.AM S. Keller .... Shawnee, Okla. Victor E. Maurer . . . Lake Charles, La. Lyle S. Moore, Jr Newport, Tenn. Edward J. Muth New Orleans Albert M. Norwood .... New Orleans David B. Penn, Jr New Orleans Bernard E. Pincus . . . Philadelphia, Pa. Richard F. Price New Orleans Thomas B. Putnam . . .St. Charles, 111. L.awrence D. Ritter ... New Orleans Joseph F. Seinsheimer, Jr. . Galveston, Tex. Saul E. Silverman New Orleans Norman E. Tharp New Orleans Frank D. Tuller New Orleans Richard G. Verlander . . . New Orleans Melville E. White .... New Orleans CLASS Claude C. Hodges New Orleans Frances Howard New Orleans Pauline Jordan Waco, Tex. Cecile Kestner Waco, Tex. Mary Louise Kimbell . . . Houston, Tex. Carlotta M. King New Orleans Elinor Konrad New Orleans Donna F. Le.marie New Orleans Marjorie M. Lemarie . . . New Orleans Elise B. Levy New Orleans Jeanne D. Levy- New Orleans Madeline M. Levy New Orleans Hazel L. Long New Orleans Elizabeth L. Marston . . Philadelphia, Pa. Harriett G. Marucheau . San Antonio, Tex. Claire Mara ' New Orleans Margaret J. McCanne . . Clarendon, Tex. Etoile L. McCelvey .... Temple, Tex. Ernestine McMillan . . Arkadelphia, Ark. Bernice E. Meyer New Orleans Laura P. Montiel Tampa, Fla. Hermina N. Moog New Orleans MiNTER M. Moran New Orleans Jeanne M. Oehmichen . Upper Darbv. Pa. Catherine C. Ortenbach . . New Orleans Mildred Palter New Orleans Lillian V. Pantall . . . Hammond, La. Harriet L. Pitts .... Alexandria. La. Florabel Posey New Orleans Catherine Powell .... Metairie, La. Virginia L. Richelieu . . . Clearfield. Pa. Julia S. Rogers New Orleans Henrietta Rosen New Orleans Elizabeth M. Schelin . . . New Orleans Alice G. Schramm New Orleans Mariana A. G. Scott .... New Orleans SiDONiE P. Scott Alexandria, La. Ethel R. Sentilles .... New Orleans Marv W. Shaw . . . . . . Nfw Orleans Li.m ' En N D. Roberts . . Hamilton, Mom. lii-:i,F,v P. Smi ' iii . . . New Orleans , i)i)i.i ' ii F. Roe.vier, Jr. . SiEPiiEN M. Ross . . . Monlgomcrv, Ala. . . Del Rio, Tex. Paui.ini; C. Si ' IVi; . . . Bi;iili:iin, Tex. C ' AROI. N M. SlL ' BBS . . . Mdiiroe, La. Maurice E. Si ' . Martin . . . New Orleans Marv R. Tavi.or . . . . New Orleans Joseph A. Sab.vmer, Jr. . . . Lafayette, La. Sakah a. Tavi.or . . . Birrninnliam, .-Ma. Benjamin Sarota . . . . . Lynn, .Mass. Adki.ink LaC. ■riii:Ri()i- . . CJneyilan, La. Jackson T. Scull . . . San Antonio, Tex noROIIIKA R. I ' lHIKMON . . . Ncw Orleans J. CK I ' . SllANGOLD . . P ;rth Ambov, N. J. DOROTIIV M. I ' OIMMNO . . . . Ncw Orleans JA.VIES R. SllEI.EV . . . . . Tyler, Tex. Ki.iZABKTii J. S. Wai.tkrs . . Ncw Orleans Ll.O D H. SlIEKRILI. . . . Houston, Tex. Sfiiri.kv Wai.tiif.r . . . . . New Orleans ' I ' llOMAS L. SlHNNICK, Jr. . . . Bdoit, Wis. Pkggv p. Weaver . . . Ft. Wayn:-, Incl. Mdritmer Sii.vev . . . . Brooklyn, N. X ' . Hki.en Win IE . . . . . . New Orleans C ' R ' iSUP SORV Jacksonville, Tex. MaRJORIE J. WiECANil) . . New Orleans Bernard D. Stack . . . Tulsa, Okla. Cr.ARA D. WiM.IAMS . . . . Houston, Tex. Max Suter . . Bngalusa, La. Florence W. Wh.son- . . Rock wood, Tenn. George L. Thorpe . . . . Okmulgee, Okla. Emse R. Yarrut . . . . . . New Orleans Samuel P. Todaro . . . Temple, Tex. Lena L. Yocum . . . . El Dorado, Ark. Russell B. W.vison . . . Missoula, Mont. Edward T. M ' hite, Jr. . . Pensaroln. Fla. Medicine Lawrence M. Williamson . Lindsav, Okla. 1 John P. Adams . . . . Panama City, I ' la. Rebecca S. Wright . . . . . Mobile, Ala. Paul F. Baranco . . . . Lafayette, La. LvNN Zarr . . Tample, Tex. Rhett G. Barnes . . . . Winnfiekl, Ala. Charles A. Baumhauef . . Whistler, Ala. L.AW Clarence L. Brook . . . Smithville, Miss. Edward McK. Bostick . . . New Orleans William R. Brown . WilliamsburK, Kv. Elwood R. Ci.A-i- .... . . New Orleans RoRERi N. Cavlor . . . Las Criices, N. M. Albert L. Dart .... . . New Orleans John M. Cobb .... . . Tuskegce, Ala. John J. Davis .... . . New Orleans George T. Comeau.x . . Youngsville, La. Claude B. Duval . . . . Houma, La. Samuel J. Craphto . . Houston, Tex. Fred Z. H. Gerdes . . . . . New Orleans William P. Downev . . . Tallapoosa, Ga. ILWWOOD H. Hili.ver . . . . Ncw Orleans James H. Eddv, Jr. . . . . . New Orleans D. Douglas Howard . . . . New Orleans William E. Ehi.ert . . Waterproof, La. Pierre A. Hughes . . . . . New Orleans Anihon ' Failla . . . . . Lafayette, La. James J. Kohi.man . . . New Orleans Mervin E. F.atter . . . . . New Orleans Hubert B. Landis, Jr. . . . Winnsboro, La. Darwin L. Fielder . . . . Lockard, Miss. Lester P. Lieber . . . . Natchitoches, La. Ivan W. Gessler . . . McMinnville, Tenn. Edward S. Livaudais . . . New Orleans Robert L. Gleason . . . Wilkes-Barrc, Pa. Louis H. Marrero . . Metairic Ridge, La. I R.M.I ' ll G. Greenlee . . . Mercedes, Tex. F. C. Mendigutia . S in;i-Spiritus, Cuba Joseph P. Griieon . . . Baton Rouge, La. Albert E. Meneses . . Havana, Cub i William B. Hahn . . . . Columbus, Tex. George W. Miller, Jr. . . . New Orleans Joseph R. Harris, Jr. . . Shreveport, La. Norman Pailet .... N nv Orleans Geo. K. Henshai.l, Jr. . Chattanooga, Tenn. AsHBV W. Petitgrew, Jr. . . . Houma, La. John A. Holmes . . . . . New Orleans John J. Richards . . . . . Ncw Orleans Curtis R. House . . . . . . Naples. Fla. Kalii. J. Si.iman, Jr. . . . . N?w Orleans James M. Howell . . . Ducktown, Tenn. Alva S. We.atheri ord . . Ncw Orleans James R. Hvsi.op . C.iirnl. Cliiluiahiia. Mex. Arts .and Sc Lemuel P. James, Jr. . . . . James, Ga. lEXCTS Sam I ' EL W. James . . . Ackerman, Mi-s Nick J. Accardo . . . . . Patterson, La. nENR ' C. Jernigan, Jr. . Opelika, Ala. RuBERr J. Adams .... . Shre ' cprrt, La. Frank J. Jones . . . . Baton Rouge, La. J. MEs Andres .... . . New Orlean.- Richard T, Kainum.a . McNeei.v Avants . . . Cl.AlDIO D. AVERHOFI- . . . Baton Rouge, La. New Orleans . . . Kawailoa, W lialua, Oahvj, T. H. Jack M. Ki.uit . . . Perth Amhoy, N. J. Leon L. Bernard . . . . New Orleans Charles A. Lakavtis . . . Kewanee, HI LuiHER L. Booth . . . . Houma, La. WnniiRow McD. Lamb . Paragould, Avk. NUMA A. BOUDREAU.X, ]R. . Villc Platte, La. (Ieorge v. Launev, Jr. . . . Dallas, Tex. Sam C. Brian ... " . Winntield, La. Joseph Lew, Jr. . . . . . Tulsa, Okla. Paiii. J. Bruscoio . . . . . Monroe, La. Lawrence C. Lewis, Jr. . . i ' uskegee, Ala. Norman W. Bicknfr . . Marshall, Tex. R0 F. Long .... Okemah, Okla. .Aristobui.o Carrizo . Oct ' , H rr.-ra, Panama Manuel C. Lores (v AI.I.HONR.Vr) . . Stephen .X. Chavez . Ncw Orleans . . Havana, Culn Emmeit deW. Ciiisi.M. Jr. . Sicily Island, La. Frank O. McGehee . . Pine Blutf, Ark. Horace IL Ci.u.v:on . . . Criumbia, Tenn. G. C. McKinnon . IX- Funiak Springs, Fla. Rex Conn, Jr . Ncw Orleans Jack H. L vnELl) . . . . Tyler, Tex. CIeorge F. Conrad . . . . . Ncw Orleans Harr L. Miller, Jr. . Chattanooga, Tenn. Peter J. Corona . . . . . . .-Mgicrs, La. MiTSUO MlVAMOTO . . . . . Hilo, r. 11 I.UCIEN J. CUTRERA . . Ncw Orleans TORU NlSIHGAVA . . . . Honolulu. T. 11. RclBERI S. De.XHEIMER . . . . New Orleans Cleveland H. Pardie, Jr. . ivian. La. John F. Dirmann, Jr. . . . New Orleans Ezra B. Perrv .... . . Bes ' cmcr, Ala. Her.man C. Ooescher . . . . New Orleans Roland F. Phillips . . . . . Maud, Okla. EVFREIT L. Drevves . . . . New Orleans Sam NL Powell, Jr. . . . . Come, Miss. John C. Dubret .... New Orleans Charles J. R. gan . . . Birmingham, .-Ma. LeI.AND p. DURANl . . . . . New Orleans Herman J. Estrade .... New Orleans Arnold J. Falk New Orleans William S. Ferguson .... New Orleans Bill V. Flowers .... Big Spring, Tex. Blirgess M. Frost New Orlean;- Cameron B. Gamble .... New Orleans George P. Gast New Orleans Charles W. Genella . . . New Orleans Michael N. Goldberg . . . New Orleans Samuel J. Goldberg .... New Orleans Carl F. Goll New Orleans JAV D. Gould Detroit, Mich. Normal B. Hall, Jr. . . Sweetwater, Tex. Arnold C. Jacobs .... Brooklyn, N. Y. Henry A. Kattan . . La Pimienta, Hond. Label A. Katz New Orleans AswELL J. LaFleur . . . Ville Platte, La. Lionel A. Landry New Orleans Victor K. L. Rocca .... New Orleans Werner Lentjes Tampa, Fla. Frank E. Lewis .... Baton Rouge, La. Wesley A. Lewis New Orleans Joseph P. Lucia Houston, Tex. Worth M. Luckett . . San Antonio, Tex. Alvin H. Lurie Florala, Ala. Robert W. McCartney . . . New Orleans Donald A. Maginnis . . . Covington, La. George Manteris Monroe, La. Henry A. Miller New Orleans Raymond H. Miller, Jr. . . New Orleans Leroy Monsky .... Montgomery, Ala. James A. Moreau New Orleans Robert L. Morris, UI . . . . New Orleans John F. Nabos New Orleans John E. Nelson .... Wheeling, W. Va. August A. Nobile New Orleans Raymond O. Nussbaum . . . New Orleans Sam C. Oliver Paris, Tenn. Early B. C. Pardue . . . Shreveport, La. Robert V. Payne New Orleans William G. Pearce, Jr. . . Arden, N. C. James R. Philp .... . Franklin, Pa. John J. Plumb .... Hackensack, N. J. Alfred M. Porth New Orleans Howard W. Potter . . . New York, N. Y. Alton R. Pruit Causey, N. M. Hugh C. Quarles New Orleans Cristobal Rosas Lima, Peru Camilo R. Ruiz . . Panama City, Panama Emmet S. Russell New Orleans Charles W. Schick .... Terrell, Tex. Raymond J. Screen New Orleans John H. Smith, HI New Orleans Elbert J. SosKis Mulberry, Fla. Chester C. Stetfelt .... New Orleans George F. Sustendal .... New Orleans Ernest M. Sutter New Orleans James M. Sutton Sylvester, Ga. Merrick W. Swords, Jr. . . . New Orleans Clenton D. Templeton . . . Truxno, La. Leonard Tolusso .... Baton Rouge, La. Leonard S. Ungar New Orleans Daniel J. Watermeier . . . New Orleans Claude H. Weaver .... Brewton, Ala. Eugene C. Wise New Orleans Joseph L. Wymer New Orleans Engineering Frank M. Aguirre, Jr. . Cienfuegos, Cuba Hamilton K. Avery, U . . . New Orleans William A. Briant .... New Orleans Arthur H. Brook Bastrop, La. Cornelius C. Burke, Jr. . Marianna, Ark. Michael J. Cade Port Allen, La. Roy M. Cami Ponchatoula, La. Andrew D. Canulette, Jr. . . Slidell, La. Stanley S. Carnegie . . . Westville, N. J. Joseph F. Couchlin .... New Orleans Charles A. Dancy, Jr. . . . New Orleans Thomas W. Dubourg .... New Orleans Edgar B. Fontaine, Jr . . . New Orleans Albert S. Fossier New Orleans Edwin J. Friedrichs .... New Orleans Charles L. Fultz New Orleans John B. Gaston York, Ala. Harry S. Gidiere, Jr New Orleans Claude V. Goldate . . Madisonville, La. John R. Goller New Orleans John B. C. Graugnard . , . Edgard, La. Eugene A. Grimaldi .... New Orleans Rene A. Guas New Orleans Robert N. Habans New Orleans Harris Harr. gin, HI . . . New Orleans Ladd H. House Biloxi, Miss. Ralf Johannessen New Orleans Joseph G. Jones, Jr New Orleans Pierre Jovovitch New Orleans GusTAv A. KuPER New Orleans MICH4EL J. Ky ' Ame New Orleans Theodore D. Larose . . . Westwego, La. Edgar J. LeBlanc New Orleans Henry E. Lods New Orleans Ed W. Mason New Orleans Luis A. Mayoral New Orleans George H. Menefee .... New Orleans L. J. B. Mestier, Jr. . Ocean Springs, Miss. Philip J. Mitchell . . . Meridian, Miss. Walter B. Moses, Jr New Orleans Dietrich A. Neyi.and . . . Shreveport, La. Eugene S. Pennebaker . . . New Orleans Arthur C. Porter New Orleans William M. Porter, Jr. . Tylertown, Miss. Irvin J. Rome Destrehan, La. NiciiOL.AS A. Schilleci . . . New Orlea ns Cecil Schwartz Canton, Miss. Theodore J. Smith . . . Baton Rouge, La. William M. Sway ' NE .... New Orleans John P. Tobin New- Orleans John F. Waguespack, Jr. . . New Orleans George K. Weatherford . . New Orleans George F. Williamson . . . New Orleans Harold R. Ziifle Gretna, La. Commerce Esther R. Blackman .... New Orleans Aaron Epstein New Orleans John H. Fellman New Orleans George C. Foltz New Orleans August H. Grimaldi, Jr. . . New Orleans George J. Le Gardeur . . . New Orleans Arthur K. M.agee . . . Interlaken, N. J. Charles B. Maginnis, Jr. . . New Orleans Malroy E. Mayley .... New Orleans Julian J. Mercier New Orleans Alvin F. Mitchell .... New Orleans James H. Morgan, Jr. . . . Montpelier, La. William C. Moseley .... New Orleans Robert A. Nehlig New Orleans Robert E. Schmidt New Orleans August E. Steffens .... New Orleans Jac Stich New Orleans Lyman E. Thornton .... New Orleans ■■Villiam G. Trosscher, Jr. . New Orleans SPECIAL STUDENTS Ni; VC ' ().Mli RcjHKi:r P. Jackson ' , Jr. . . . New Orleans ,, , „ XI - 1 John J. Williams New Orleans Maki a. Fkllman New Orleans a c Laira Fenner New Orleans ' 1 " S AND bClI-XCES Fr.ORENCE S. FoLLANSBEE . . . New Orleans Ellioit B. Callawav .... New Orleans DoROTJiv A. Hansen .... New Orleans Cluford S. Oanna .... New Orleans Alice M. Hebkrt New Orleans I avid H. Haire .... Memphis, Tenn. Louise S. J ESSEN New Orleans Jefferson H. Hu.nt . . . . McCnmb, Miss. LouciLE J. Keli.v . . . San Angelo, Tex. " iLDA M. W. McDonau) . . New Orleans Marv E. Malone New Orleans EnGINEERIXG Katharine B. Mitchell . . . New Orleans Flovd H. Hauffe New Orleans Marion O. Saal New Orleans Stephen C. Horvath .... New Orleans Maroare- L. Wise Sumter, Ga. COMMERCE Law Stephen N. Herrin . Idaho Springs, Colo. John M. Busch New Orleans Harold M. Powelson . . St. Cloud, Minn. C-¥ SECOND SEMESTER REGISTRATIONS Senior Class Laiv Allison J. Miller New Orleans Junior Class Lmu Thomas E. McMillan . . . Brewton, Ala. Jr s and Sciences RuBv M. Adamson New Orleans DwiCHT L. Randall .... Medford, Ore. Sophomore Class Arts and Sciences Henry A. Greber, Jr. . . Shreveport, La. (li nnnercc George W. CJi.ass, Jr New Orleans Freshman Cl.- ss Arts and Sciences Philip K. Burwell . Merida, Yucatan, Mex. Alfred Courville . . Breaux Bridge, La. Harry B. Hollincsworth, Jr. . Elizalieth, La. Clifford E. Howes . . Rocky Point, N. Y. Walter M. Johnston .... New Orleans Tom N. Hutchinson . . . Lubbock, Tex. James O. O ' Leary . ... New Orleans Thomas J. Pluskat . . . Baton Rouge, La. Mike Stricklin . . . . Clarendon, Tex. Entfinccrint George M. Robinson .... New Orleans Commerce Philip L. Capdevieli.e .... Gretna, La. Marjorie y. Opotousky . . New Orleans Specials C RANViLi.E W. Hudson Leo T. Happfi. . . . . New Orleans Evaiis ille, Ind. {r»0 APPRECIATION The editorial staff of the lO.VS JAMH. r.. 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