Tulane University - Jambalaya Yearbook (New Orleans, LA)

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;i;r, }hm fi s ' ;. : ■■ !-. I i- ■jflr ' j H 7 im BENSON PRINTING CO M PAN Y N ASHVrLLC FOREWORD WE HAVE ATTE PT- i EDTorME THETlSies: JAMBAlTffi ACOrPLETE SUMMARY OF LIFE AT TULAME THIS YEAR JOHN MADISON FLETCHER, PH.D. DEDICATION DEAR DR. FLETCHER: WE WANT TO MAKE A VERT MODERATE REQUEST OF YOU. TOU ALWAYS RE- FUSE THINGS THAT ARE IN ANY WAY COMPLIMEN- TARY TO YOURSELF, BUT IT IS TOO LATE NOW. WE WANT TO DEDICATE THE JAMB ALA YA TO YOU. WE CANNOT GIVE YOU VERY CONVINCING REASONS WHY IN THIS LITTLE LETTER. BUT WE WILL TELL YOU THE GREATEST— WE DEDICATE IT TO OUR " FRIEND. " Order of Books ONE FACULTY TWO CLASSES THREE FRATERNITIES FOUR ORGANIZATIONS FIVE ATHLETICS SIX JOKES ROBERT SHARP, A.M., PH.D. PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY (II) Officers of Instruction Robert Sharp, A.M., Ph.D. President of ihe Universli Morton Arnold Aldrich, Ph.D. Carroll Woolsey Allen, M.D. Douglas Smith Anderson, A.M. Clara Gregory Baer Charles A. Bahn, M.D. Edith Loeber Ballard, M.D. Charles Cassedy Bass, M.D. Mary Elizabeth Bass, M.D. Henry Bayon, A.M., M.D. John Alfred Beals Robert Bennett Bean, B.Sc, M.D. Oscar Walter Bethea, M.D., Ph.C, F.C.S. Charlton Reid Beattie, B.L. Edward Ambrose Bechtel, Ph.D. George Sam Bel, M.D. Philip Berge, M.D. George Eugene Beyer Andre Beziat DeBordes, Ph.D. Stephen Mertle Blackshear, M.D. Rupert Mitchum Blakely, M.D. Charles James Bloom, B.S., M.D. Harriet Amelia Boyer Mum Bradburn, B.S., M.D. William Plummer Bradburn, Jr., B.S., M.D. Sidney Francis Braud, A.B., M.D. Charles Harrington Brookshire, B.E. Frank Temple Brown, M.D. George Stewart Brown, M.Ph., M.D. Marion Earle Brown, M.D. William Prentiss Brown, A.M. Henry Dickson Bruns, M.D. Pierce Butler, Ph.D. Mary Williams Butler William Walton Butterworth, M.D. Ansel Marion Caine, A.B., M.D. Benj. Palmer Caldwell, A.B., Ch.E., Ph.D. John Williamson Caldwell, A.M., M.D. Alvin Andrew Callender, B.Arch. Philips John Carter, B.S., M.D. Lionel Louis Cazenavette, M.D. William Benjamin Chamberlin, B.S., M.D. Charles Louis Chassaignac, M.D. Charles Noel Chavigny, M.D. James Elmore Chenet Felix Percy Chillingworth Samuel M. D. Clark, B.Sc, M.D. Nemours Honore Clement, A.M., LL.B. J. Harry Clo, Ph.D. Reginald Somers Cocks, A.M. Henry Sula Cocram, B.Sc, M.D. Louis Cocnevich, D.D.S. Isidore Cohn, B.Sc, M.D. James Clifton Cole, M.D. John Joseph Colomb, D.D.S. Irene Marie Cornwell, A.M. Maurice John Couret, A.M., M.D. Nathaniel Cortlandt Curtis, Ph.B., B.S. John Thomson Crebbin, M.D. William Henry Creighton, U. S. N. Richard Smith Crichlow, B.S. Henry Daspit, M.D. Lawrence Richard DeBuys, M.D. Sidney Philip Delaup, B.Sc, M.D. Leo Charles Dempsey, D.D.S. Donald Derickson, C.E. Arthur Washington de Roaldes, D.D. Emeritus John Fleming Dicks, M.D. Albert B. Dinwiddie, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D. Brandt Van Blarcom Dixon, A.M., LL.D. Henry Drueding A. Lo ' iis Ducasse, D.D.S. I (12) OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION Edouard M. Dupaquier. B.Lci., B.Sc, M.D. William Benjamin Gregory, M.M.E. Wallace Joseph Durel, M.D. Charles William Groetsch, A.M.. M.D. Charles Warren Duval. M.D. James Birney Guthrie. B.Sc. M.D. IsADORE Dyer. Ph.B., M.D. John Taylor Halsey, M.D. John Barnwell Elliott. A.B.. M.D.. Ph.D. Carl Andrews Hanson Emeritus Irving Hardesty. A.B.. Ph.D. JoH.s Barnwell Elliott. Jr.. A.M., M.D. Mary Leal Harkness, Ph.D. Isaac Erwin, M.D. William Herbert Harris, A.B., M.D. Charles Leverich Eshleman. A.B.. M.D. Roy Bertrand Harrison. M.D. Allan Chotard Eustis. M.D. Esther Finlay Harvey. A.B. Marie Blanche Fassy, D.D.S. Max Heller. M.L. Marcus Feincold, M.D. Adolph DeCampus Henriques, M.D. Charles Payne Fenner. B.S.. LL.B. William Thomas Hogg. BE. Erasmus Darwin Fenner, A.B.. M.D. Ralph Hopkins, A.B.. M.D. Felipe Fernandez, A.B. Joseph Hume. Ph.B.. M.D. Chevalier Guiseppe Ferrata, Mus.Doc. Edward Morton Hummel. M.D. Otto FiNfK Raoul Stanislaus Hymel, D.D.S. John Madison Fletcher. Ph.D. Alfred Jacoby, A.B., M.D. Eugene Louis Fortier. D.D.S. Stanford Chaille Jamison, M.D. LuciEN Amedee Fortier, M.D. Foster Matthew Johns, M.D. RuFus Edward Foster, LL.B. Hamilton Polk Jones, M.D. Albert Emile Fossier, A.M., M.D. Edwin Eugene Judd, A.B. Henry Livingston Freeman, M.E. M.M.E. Pierre Jorda Kahle, B.S., M.D. Andrew Caiennie Friedrichs, M.D., D.D.S. John Smith Kendall Ephraim Deneufbourc Friedrichs, A.B., M.D. Allan Anthony Kennedy. M.D. Lydia Elizabeth Frotscher, A.M. Frank James Kinbercer. M.D. Joseph Mary Garcia, D.D.S. Alfred Clinton King. M.D. Henry Lawrence Gardiner Edward Lacy King. A.B.. M.D. Simon Geismar, M.D. Howard Dudley King. M.D. Maurice Joseph Gelpi. A.B., M.D. Lillian Mildred Knott Paul Joseph Gelpi, A.M.. M.D. Hiram Watkins Kostmayer, A.B.. M.D. Hermann Bertram Gessner, A.M., M.D. John Theodore Krumpelmann. A.B. Gladys Elizabeth Corson Gibbens. A.B. Samuel Stanhope Labouisse, B.S., B.E. Charles Nebitte Gibbons, D.D.S. Alphonse Marin LaMeslee, B.Lei., A.M. Walter Goldstein. A.B. Michel Thomas Lanaux. M. D. Frank Raymond Gomila. M.D. Charles John Landfried. M.D. Benjamin Levi Gore. D.D.S. Jerome Emanuel Landry. M.D. John Daniel Grace LuciAN Hypolite Landry. M.D. Rossner Enders Graham. B.S.. M.D. John .Alexander Lanford. Ph.G.. M.D. Amedee Granger, M.D. Felix Alphonse Larue, A.M.. M.D. (13) OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION Edmund Laurence Leckert, iM.D. Alfred Archinard Leefe. D.D.S. Henry Leidenheimer, M.D. Is. AC Ivan Lemann, A.B., M.D. Monte Mordecai Lem.- nn, A.B.. LL.B. Otto Lerch. A.M., Ph.D.. M.D. Oscar Is.. ac Levy, B.S. Joseph Levy, M.D. Ernest Sydney Lewis, B.Sc M.D. Emeriius James Leon Lewis, M.D. Frank Floyd Lindst- edt George King Logan, B.Sc, M.D. Samuel Logan, M.D. William Alvin Love, A.B.. M.Ph., M.D. Chandler Clement Luzeneerg, B.S., LL.B. Robert Clyde Lynch, M.D. James Adair Lyon, Jr., A.M. Randolph Lyons, A.B., M.D. Elizabeth May McFetridge, A.B. Marion Herbert McGuire, M.D. Paul Avery McIlhenny, M.D. Eleanor McMain Augustus McShane Francis Joseph M.acDonnel Urban M.aes. M.D. AuTREY William Mangum, B.S. Anna Estelle Many, A. L Edmund Denegre Martin, M.D. Joseph Denegre Martin, M.D. Rudolph Matas, M.D.. LL.D. Heinrich Herman Maurer, Ph.D. Leon Ryder Maxwell, A.M. Clarence Prentice M.ay, M.D. Henry Edward Men.ace, M.D., M.Ph. Robert Leonval Menuet, B.E. Abraham Louis Metz, M.Ph., M.D. Charles Jefferson Miller, M.D. Joan Chaffe Miller, A.B. Hal Walters Moseley, B.S., M.Sc. Edmund Moss, M.D. Peter Fr.ancis Murphy, M.D. RoLLiN GuizoT Myers, B.Sc, M.Sc. Louise Adela Nelson, A.B. Roberta Newell, A.M. Jane Caldwell Nixon Emeritus Ann Hero Northrup Elliott Judd Northrup, A.B., LL.B. James Henry O ' Reilly, D.D.S. John Frederick Oechsner, M.D. Frederick William Parham, M.D. Nelue May Pearce, Mus.B. George Farrar Patton, M.D. Ruffin Trousdale Perkins, A.B., M.D. William M.artin Perkins, B.Sc, M.D. St. John Perret, A.B., LL.B. Willum D.avid Phillips, B.Sc, M.Ph., M.D. James Ern.est Pollock, M.D. George King Pr.att, Jr., M.D. Percy Lenn.ard Querens, M.D. John Christian Ransmeier, A.M., Ph.D. Eleanor Elmire Reames, Ph.D. Louis F.avrot Reynaud, M.D. Emeritus Caroline Francis Richardson, A.M. Lucy Churchill Richardson Ernest Henry Riedel, A.M., Ph.D. James Marshall Robert, B.E. Ernest Alexis Robin, B.Sc, M.D. Paul Rogez Amelie Roman James Edw.ard Routh, Jr. Henry Fisler Rucan Ernest Ch.arles Samuel, M.D. G. Ellis Sandoz, D.D.S. Ralph Jacob Schwarz, A.M., LL.B. Leonard Case Scott, Ph.D., M.D. Warren Abner Seavey, A.B., LL.B. William Henry Seemann, M.D. (14) OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION Luther Sexton. M.D. Garvin Ducas Shands. LL.B.. LL.D. Emeritus Robert Sharp, A.M.. Ph.D. Marv Given Sheerer Lillian Shelley Ralph Eugene Sherwood, D.D.S. Herbert Ma.xwell Shilstone, B.S., D.P.H. Sidney Kohn Simon, A.B., M.D. John Milton Singleton. Jr. Gertrude Roberts Smith Victor Conway Smith. M.D. John Sm ' ith, Jr.. M.D. Emeritus Edmond Souchon, M.D. Marion Sims Souchon, M.D. Laura Stevenson Spang Adelin Elam Spencer, A.M. Mary Cass Spencer, M.Sec. Imogen Stone, A.M. Russell Edward Stone. M.D. Jacob Ambrose Storck. M.Ph.. M.D. Robert Alexander Strong, M.D. Pleasant Addison Taylor, OS. William Barclay Terhune, Jr., M.D. Susan Dinsmore Tew, Ph.D. Lota Lee Troy George Hampden Upton, M.D. Roy McLean Van Wart, A.B.. M.D. Anna Judge Veters, A.M. Herbert Windsor Wade, M.D. Charles Arthur Wallbillich. M.D. Henry Wellman Emile Walther, M.D. Samuel Weaver Carl Haase Weber. D.D.S. Alfred Lambremont Webre. B.E. Alice Weddell Joseph Deutsch Weis, M.D. Frederick Wespy. Ph.D. Dandridce Payne West. M.Ph., M.D. Melvin Johnson White, Ph.D. Charles Samuel W ' illiamson, Jr., M.S. Thomas Joseph Wincrave. D.D.S. Louis Gally W ' ogan. M.D. Frederick Jacob Wolfe. D.D.S. James Townsend Wolfe. M.D. Wallace Wood. Jr., D.D.S. Ellsworth Woodward William Woodward Pauline Wright Alexander Norman Young. C.A. M. T. McClure. Ph.D. (15) - •7 ' i r: " j NtWCOHiniAlTlJlANE AiyNNABlH ALUNNI EDITH nAWER TULANE ALUMNI OFFICERS Frank William Hart President Miss Nathalie V. Scott Vice-Presideni Edward S. Bres Secretary George W. Robertson Treasurer Executive Committee MuiR Bradbubn Medical Department Thomas Semmes Walmsley .... Law Department William Bullitt Grant . .Arts and Sciences Department George Arthur Seaver . Technology Department William von Phul Graduate Department Miss Fanny Maud Black .... Neacomb College John Joseph Colomb Dental Department newcomb alumnae officers Viola Sirera Ransmeier President Lydia Elizabeth Frotscher First Vice-President Mary Butler Second Vice-President Ethel Perkins Corresponding Secretary Elizabeth Hurt Robinson . Recording Secretary Eleanor E. Reames Treasurer Florence Dymond Director Carmelite Janvier Director Amelie Roman Director Emily Huger Director (16) Work of Newcomb Alumnae N 1893, three years after the first class graduated from Newcomb College, the Newcomb Alumnae Association was formed and was incorporated a little later under the laws of the State of Louisiana. From its necessarily small beginning it has grown steadily, and today it is an organization of several hundred members that plays — or should play — a vital part in the life of every Newcomb Alumna. At present the main work of the Alumnae Association is a two-fold one, the Alumnae Loan Fund and the Live Oak Social Center. The loan fund was started a few years ago m response to appeals from various undergraduates for small sums that would permit them to finish their college courses. It is supported from an annual contribution from the dues of the Association, contributions from the members, and some annual entertainment given for its benefit, and since its foundation it has aided twelve students in sums varying from two to ninety dollars, as well as many others with books and clothing. The Live Oak Social Center was begun in 1913 at the public school of that name. Now, at the conclusion of its third year of activity, it is a recog- nized influence in the community where its work lies. With its membership of over two hundred and fifty, it offers unequaled advantages for real social service to the Alumnae who do — and the many Alumnae who do not — support its work. The annual Alumnae-College basketball game makes the College and Alumnae known to each other, as does the annual Alumnae Vaudeville Show given for the benefit of the loan fund, which is always most generously supported by the undergraduates. Last year an Alumnae-College baseball game and an Alumnae-College debate served the same purposes. The Association has, of course, other activities too numerous to be mentioned here. But its main work is, as it has been since its inception, real service to Newcomb in keeping alive the Newcomb spirit in the Newcomb Alumnae, and in keeping loyal to a growing Alma Mater the graduates of its earlier days. (17) KHI5TOR1 fyNIVERSlTV TUL.ANE UNIVERSITY looks back for its beginning to the Medical College of Louisiana, which was organized in 1834 and chartered in the spring of 1835. It issued its first degree in March, 1 836, the first in medicine or science ever issued in Louisiana. Tulane University as it stands today represents the contract giving to the Tulane administrators perpetual control of the University of Louisiana, which the men lo whom Paul Tulane entrusted his donations entered into ith the State of Louisiana. In the opening of his letter to the administrators, dated Princeton, May 2, 1 882, he wnes: " A resident of New Orleans for many years of my active life, having formed many friendships and associations dear to me, and deeply sympathizing wth its people in whatever misfortunes or disasters may have befallen them, as well as being sincerely desirous of contributing to their moral and intellectual welfare, I do hereby express to you my intention to donate to you by an act of donation inter vivos all the real estate I own end am possessed of in said city of New Orleans, State of Louisiana, for the promo- tion and encouragement of intellectual, moral and industrial education among the white young persons in the city of New OrleEuis, State of Louisiana, and for the advancement of learning and letters, the arts and sciences therein. . . . " Mr. Tulane ' s first gift amounted in value to $363,000, and subsequent donations raised the total value of real estate donated to $1,050,000, wth an annual rental of $75,000. The resuh of other donations since the time of Mr. Tulane ' s generosity have been the Richardson Memorial Building, the Josephine Hutchinson Memorial Building, the F. W. Tilton Memorial Librarj ' , the endowment of the chair of botany by Mrs. Ada A. Richardson, the donor of the fund with ■hlch the present Richardson Memorial Building was erected. A donation of $25,000 by the United Fruit Company has made possible the establishment of the Department of Tropical Medicine, Hygiene and Preventive Medicine, to become the School of Tropical Medicine as soon as a sufficient foundation warrants. The further maintenance of the Department of Tropical Medicine, Hygiene and Preventive Medicine has been made possible by the gifts of Mr. Edward Wisner, of $500 for the year 1912-13, and a promise of an equal amount for four years thereafter; of $600 by Mr. R. H. Downman, and of smaller amounts, all of which have been of material aid. The College of Medicine has received the sum of $500 anonymously, given for the furtherance (18) of the investigation of leprosy, and several sums given by Mrs. Isadora Newman for research in the Department of Pathology. A new engineermg building, the Stanley Thomas Hall, was recently built with a bequest of $60,000 from Mr. Stanley O. Thomas. By the will of Dr. Watson D. Woodward, of Port Jefferson, Suffolk County, New York, who died in October, 1913, there is given to the Tulane E ducational Fund for the exclusive benefit of the Dental School the sum of $28,000 and the residue of his estate, all subject to life use by several beneficiaries under the will. The Tulane Library has been enabled to add greatly to the efficiency of the Depart- ment of English Literature and the Department of History through the munificence of Miss Betty Bierne Miles and Miss Margaret Linda Miles. The gifts of Miss Betty Bierne Miles, amounting to $2,500, have been expended in a valuable collection of standard works in English and American literature. The gift and bequest of $6,000 from Miss Margaret Linda Miles has been used to purchase standard works in history. Both these gifts were made in memory of William Porcher Miles, in whose honor a tablet has been placed in the library. An athletic field which includes a stadium and large grandstand has been provided on the campus at a cost of about $10,000, contributed largely by the Progressive Union of New Orleans. A legacy of $10,000 for a drinking fountain on the campus of Tulane University for the benefit of its students was given by the will of Livia Hatch Bryant, of Colorado Springs, who died in February, 1914. The bequest is in memory of her father and it is to be known as the Hatch bequest. The H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College was the result of a donation of $100,000, in October, 1886, by Mrs. Josephine Louise Newcomb to the Tulane administrators for the establishment of a memorial to her only daughter. Mrs. Ne comb added largely to her original endowment and enabled the college to build the handsome group of buildings in which it is now domiciled. By her will, the University was made her residuary legatee and has received for the benefit of Newcomb College an additional bequest of about $2,700,000. Newcomb has since been the recipient of a bequest of $63,000 from F. Walter Callender. Under Article 230 of the Constitution of 1879, the Legislature of the State recog- nized the three departments — Law, Medical and Academic — of the University and granted $10,000 annually until 1884, when the administrators of the Tulane Educa- tional Fund waived this provision on the part of the State. During the three decades subsequent to 1884, the Tulane University of Louisiana has reached its present propor- tions, and now comprises the Graduate Faculties, the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Technology, the H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College for ' oung Women. the College of Law, and the College of Medicine. The last named includes the Schools of Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Hygiene, and Tropical Medicine, and the Post- Graduate School of Medicine (Polyclinic). The H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College includes the Schools of Art, Household Economy, Music and Education. (19) CHARITY HOSPITAL, HOME OF INTERNES a. u u. o lii- (21) CENTER HUTCHINSON MEMORIAL MEDICAL BUILDING (22) RICHARDSON MEMORIAL MEDICAL BUILDING (23) AUDUBON PARK, OPPOSITE UNIVERSITY (24) GIBSON HALL IN WINTER (25) F. W. TILTON MEMORIAL LIBRARY ENTRANCE (26) STANLEY THOMAS HALL ENTRANCE (27) FRONT CAMPUS OF NEWCOMB COLLEGE (28) THE ARCADE AT NEWCOMB (29) H sHf Tv ■ H H . • i . ' t Ki ' « i8fe j.:!;€f ' - !HK 55« ■ " 1 M»b y ' ' ■ ' ' ' i i i 1 : .3. Ma K far mm ;■■ ' ■ ' " ■ iH9flll ' ' ■ .1.1;: " ' t i , J2®3PB £2 ' -y- S ffi m« sSs A :■ NEWCOMB CHAPEL FROM THE STREET (30) NEWCOMB CHAPEL FROM THE CAMPUS (31) DOORWAY OF NEWCOMB POTTERY BUILDING (32) A CRtOLE COURTYARD (33) A NEW ORLEANS MONASTERY (34) THE OLD PACKENHAM HOUSE AT CHALMETTE (35) DELGADO MEMORIAL HOSPITAL (36) (39) BRANDT V. B. DIXON, A.M., LL.D. PRESIDENT OF NEWCOME COLLEGE (40) in Senior Class Hi ory CLASS history! What an enormous task, especially when the class for which you must write the history is that of 1916. But deeds live longer than words; and we hope that in later days some trace of the class of 1916 will have remained in the atmosphere of Newcomb, " footprints on the sands of time, " to guide our younger sisters along the path up to the final goal of graduation. But there is no use in recounting or in recalling our achievements to you detail, which are no doubt as familiar to you as they are to us. " Vive V deque " — " live and be worth while " — is our motto, and we have always done our best in every sense of the word to live up to this standard. Have we not promoted class and college spirit? No class has ever been as unified and free from dissension as has been that of 1916. Moreover, we have furthered interclass relationship and have established the guardianship over the Freshmen by the upper classmen. Senior Class Poem Newcomb, our Alma Maler. loved by all! Now. as we leave ihy shelter, lei us lake The knowledge of ihy love: and ne ' er forsake Thy precepls. May we always to the call Of loyally respond, as when ihy hall Rang wilh our voices in days of old. Awake Our highesi worth. O lei from every wall To live and be of service " ever call. And in our hearts and minds arouse the need Of purpose strong. Greatness is not the key To happmess and real success. We see Thai IruesI virtue lies in the noble deed. This be our aim: O Newcomb, make us free Always to serve, to trust, and honor ihee. Hazelle H. Beard. Scmor Class Poel. (41) Newcomb Senior Class Esther LeontINE AugusTIN New Orleans, La. Phi Mu School of Art; N. A. A. (1); Art Class Vice-President (1, 2); Sub- Editor " Jambalaya " (3). Hazel Herbert Beard Savannah, Ga. Alpha Omicron Pi School ot Education: Kate Baldwin Seminary (1, 2); J. U. G. (3, 41; T. W. C. A. (3. 4); Suffrage Club (3, 4); Historia n Suffrage Club (3); X. A. A. (4); Class Poet (4). Adeline du Montier Bernard New Orleans, La. Pi Beia Phi Academic; N. A. A, ID; Dramatic Club (1, 3, 4): Dramatic Club Play (3, 4); Cercle Francais (2. 3. 4); President Cercle Francais (2, 3. 4); French Play (2); CigaliSres (2). Kathleen Black Opelika, Ala. Alpha Delia Pi Academic; N. A. A. tl. 3. 4); Class Basketball (1. 3, 4); Captain Class Basketball (4); Dramatic Club (1, 2); Class Editor ■■Jambalaya " (3); J. U. G. (2); Journal Club (4); I. S. W. N. 7 (42) NEWCOMB SENIOR CLASS Sara Bres New Orleans, La. Alpha Omicron Pi School of Education; X. A. A. ill; Wliitient Council iJ); HouschoUl Economy Basketball (:{t; Home Economics Club ( -1 ; Representative School of Education i4). Miriam Eloise Brown Arcadia. La. Academic; Latin Club (1. ;;. ' i. -1 » : 1-alln Play O ' ; fiihersity Chorus (1): Y. W. C. A. (1); N. A. A. (4). CecILE AdRIENNE CaHN New Orleans, La. Y. V. C. A. (1); Dramatic Club (I ' K Class Historian (3, 4); Mandolin and Guitar Club (S. 4): I atln Club (2. 3. 4); Secretary Latin Club (4 1; Peace Polity (3. 41; Treasurer Pence Polity (3. 4). Gail Beacher Cornelius New Orleans, La. School of Education; Home Economics Club; Instructor In Domestic Science. (43) NEWCOMB SENIOR CLASS Ethel Crumb New Orleans, La. School of Art; Art Class President (1. 2, 3): Captain Art Basketball Team (1, 2, 3); Vice-President Art Student Body (3); Vice-President Class (4)-, Art School Representative (4); N. A. A. (1, 2. 3, 4). DioNYSiA Georgiana Delacruz McDonoughville, La. Academic; N. A. A. 1 1. 2. 3. 4): Class Basketball (1, 2. 3. 4); Class Basketball Captain (1. 2); Secretary N. A. A. (2); Latin Club U. 3); Treasurer Latin Club (1); Class " Jambalaya " Editor (2); Class Poet (3); Class Treasurer (4); Debating Club (4); Journal Club (41. BrunHILDA DeqUEDE New Orleans, La. Academic; N. A. A. (1). Virginia Dill Middletown, N. Y. Pi Beta Phi Academic; St, Lawrence University (1, 2, 3 ; Dramatic Club (4); Dramatic Club Play (4). (44) NEWCOMB SENIOR CLASS Maud Corinne Estorge New Iberia, La. Academic; N. A. A. (2. 3, •)); T atln Club (1. 2. S); Dramatic Clul. (3. A); Suirrago Club (3); A. D. Club (1). Nora Ella Fly New Orleans, La. rhi Mu Schoul of Music; I ' ulvcrslty Churu.s (1, |); Gl.c Club ili. Grace DuVal Gillian New Orleans, La. Alpha Omicron Pi Academic; .X, A. A. (1. :ll: Class Basketball (11; I.atlii Club ( 3 11- y. W. C. A. (1, 2, ;i. n; Pr.-sUl.-nt Y. W. C. A. (1); DcbatluK t-Uib ' c l! Gladys Gwinn New Orleans. La. Aia.l.-inlc: N. A. A. (1. : ' ); Class Baslo-tluill lil; Uniniatic Club (1, :, ?., II: Vlic-l ' r.-skl.nl Dramatic I ' lub (ll; DcbatlllR Club (I). 05) NEWCOMB SENIOR CLASS Clara Wendell Hall Baton Rouge, La. Alpha Omicron Pi School of Education: X. A. A. (1. :. 3, 4); Music Basketball (1. 2, 3): Class Basketball I4); J. r. G. (1. 2. 3, 4); Glee Club (3); Music School Reporter to " Tulane Weekly " (2); Treasurer Music School (3); " Tulane Weekly " Board (4). Margaret Josephine Huck New Orleans, La. Phi Mu School of Art; X. A. A. rl, 2, 3. 41: Class Basketball (4 : U. B. S. Elizabeth Fontaine Humphreys Greenwood, Miss. Chi Omega; Phi Bela Kappa Academic; University of Mississippi (1, 2); Latin Club (3. 41; Latin Play (4); T. W. C. A. (4); N. . . A- (4); Debating Club (4); Class Editor " Jambalaya " (4); Glee Club (4). Regina Janvier New Orleans, La. Pi Beta Phi Academic: N. A. A. (1, 2. 3, 4); Class President (1); Y. AV. C. A. ili; Class Basketball II. 2. 3, 4); Dramatic Club (1. 2. 41; University Xight (2); Xewcomb Editor " Tulane Weekly " (4); Debating Society CD. (46) NEWCOMB SENIOR CLASS Augusta Jordan Hillsboro, Texas Chi Omega ; Radical Acadumic; Y. W. C. A. (1); J. TJ. G. (1, 2. 3, 4); Secretary Class (2); Dramatic Club (2. 3); Latin Club (1, 2. 3. 4); Vice-President Latin Club (31: Latin Play (4); N. A. A. (1, 2. 3, 41; Class Basketball (41; I. S. W. r. 7 (1. 2, 3 ; Fl Fl (4); Josephine Louise Governing Council (41; Tieasurer .1. 1 ' . G. I2l; Tulane Night Committee (2); Texas Club (1, 2. 3, 4l; H. F. D. (2); Boobs (2). Minna Frotscher Koch New Orleans, La. Aeail. ' mlc: y. V. C. A. (1, 2. 3, 41; Treasurer Y. W. C. A. (2 1; I ' resi- dent V. W. C. A. (3); N. A. A. (1, 2. 3. 4); Class Basketball (3. 41: Dramatic Club (1. 2, 3. 4); Debating Society (1, 2. 3, 4); Secretary Debating Society (1. 21 ; Vice-Preslilent Class (3): B(|ual SulTrage Club (3. 4); Secretary Suirrage Club (31; Latin Club (3, 41; Peace Polity (3. 4); Menorali Society (4); Secretary .Menorah Society (41; President Student Body (4); Chairman Executive Committee (41; Student Coun- cil (41; Chairman University Night Committee (4i; Dramatic Club Play (41. Mathilde LauRANS New Orleans, La. Kappa Alpha Thcla Academic; X. A. A. 1 1. 2. 3, 41; Latin Club (1. 2, 3, 4); Driunntlc Club (3. 4). Brunette Lob New O rlcans, La. Academic; N. A. A. (1. 2. 3, 4): Class Basketball .Manager (2. 3. if. Class Treasurer (11; Dramatic ( lub (2. 3 ; Treasurer Dramatic (?Iub (31; Debating Club (1. 2. 3); SutTrago Club (2, 3); Cla! s Secretary (4). (47) NEWCOMB SENIOR CLASS Carrie Genevieve Lawler Bryan, Texas Academic; Secretary Art Student Body (3); U. B. S. Miriam Flora Levy Franklin, La. School or Art; N. A. A. (1); Sub-Editor •■Jambalaya " (3); Treasurer Art Student Body (3). Margaret Lowry Corsicana, Texas Alpha Delia P! School of Music; Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Vice-President Music Student Body (3); Music Representative (4). Edith Albina Mahier Baton Rouge, La. School of Art; Assistant Art Editor " Jambalaya " (3); Art Editor " Jambalaya " (4); Arcade Board f4). (48) NEWCOMB SENIOR CLASS Adele Marx New Orleans, La. Academic; N. A. A. (1, 2. 3. 4); Latin Club (1, 2, 3. 4 ; Secretary I-atin club (2. 3); Latin Play (1); DcbatlnK Club (1, 2. 3. 4); President Debating Club (4); Clerk of Debating Council (3): Class Treasurer (2. 31; " Tulano Weekly " Board (4); Suffrage Club (2. 3); Executive Committee (4 1; Peace Polity (4). Erin O ' NieLL New Orleans, La. Alpha Omicron Pi School of Education; N. A. A. (2): Mandolin and Guitar Club (3. 4); Glue Club (3): y. V. C. A. (4); Cercle Francals (4): Vice-President t?ercle Francals (4); Peace Polity (3. 4); " Tulane Weekly " noard (4); Newcomb Business Manaper " Jambalaya " (41. Alice Perrin Norton New Orleans, Academic; Latin Club (1. 2, 3. 41; Latin Piny (4 1; V. W. C. A. (1. 2, 31; Consumers ' League (I, 2); N. A. . . (1. 2. 31; Dramatic Club (1. 2 : SuITrage Club (2. 31; Peace Polit - il); Deliating S.iciety il. 2 ; Le c. rile Francals (1, 21. Sara JeaNNETTE PaRDONNER New Orleans, Pi Beta Phi Academic; N. . . A. (1. 2. :;. It; iJr-amallc Cliili (1. 2. 3. 41; nrnnialic Club Play (1. 4); ITcsldent Dramatic (?lub (41; Class Historian (2l; I ' nlverslly Night (S. 3); Cerclo Francals (2); LoUn Club (3). La (49) NEWCOMB SENIOR CLASS Victoria Plitnick New Orleans, La. School of Education; Home Economics Club (1, 2. 3, 4); President Home Economics Club (4). LuciLE QuiNN Atlanta, Ga. Phi Mu School of Art: Sergeant-at-Arms (3); Debating Club (4). Nina Estelle Redditt Columbia, La. Phi Mu School of Music; N. A. A. (2, 3. 4); Music Basketball (2, 3); Captain Music Basketball (3); Class Basketball (4); Glee Club (3); University Chorus (1, 2, 3, 4). Janet Rebecca Reid Siloane Springs, Ark. Pi Bela Phi; Phi Bela Kappa Academic; University of Arkansas (1. 2t: J. U. G. (3, 4); Latin Club (4). (50) NEWCOMB SENIOR CLASS SOLIDELLE FelICITE Renshaw New Orleans, La. Alpha Omlcron Pi Academic: N. A. A. (1, L ' , :i, -11; Class BaskctbuU (1. 3, •!); Class Editor " Tulanc Weekly " (l)r Debating Club (1, 2. 3, 4); Cercle Francals (2. 3. 4); Seerelary Cercle P ' rancals (3); Cercle Francals Play (3); Dramatic Club (3. 4); Dramatic Club Play (4); Suffrage Club (2. 3); VIcc-Presklent Suffrage Club (3); Glee Club (1, 2): Consumers ' League (1, 2); Varsity Manager (3): Summer Committee t2, 3. 4): Chairman Summer Committee (4); University Night (2. 31: Tulane Night Com- mittee (4); Peace Polity (3. 4); Assistant Business Manager " Arcade " (4); Student Council (4): Class President (4). Irma Robinson Welsh, La. Alpha Delia Pi Academic; Glee Club (1, 2); Latin Club (1, 2, ;i): N. A. A. (3, 41; J. U. G. (1. 2, 3, 4): I. S. W. N. ■!. ROMOLA Ross Louisville, Ky. Academic: N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Latin Club (1, 3, 4): Surtrago Club (2, 4 ; Dramallc Club (2, 3); Debating Club (3). Martha Barr Salm New Orleans. La. A. M.i.Tiii. : N A. A. il. 2. 3. 4); Class Basketball (2, 3. 4); Class r. et (11; Cla.ss Historian (21; Latin Club (1); Debating Club (1. 2 ; Glee Club (31; Executive Comnilltee (4); " Arcade " Edltor-ln-Chlcr (4). (51) NEWCOMB SENIOR CLASS WiLLIDELL ScHAWE Ballinger, Texas Phi Ma Academic; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Latin Club (1, 2); Class Secretary (3); J. U. G. (1, 2, 3. 4;: T. W. C. A. (1, 2. 3. 4); Class Baslsetball (3, 4); President Josephine Louise House Council (4); Vice-President Student Body (4); L S. W. X. ? (3, 4); Texas Club. Julia Schwabacher New Orleans, La. Academic: K. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4); Latin Club (3, 4); Suffrage Club (3, 4); Class Vice-President (2); Class Presi- dent (3); Secretary Student Body (3); Student Council (4); Debating Club (4); Stage Manager Latin Club Play (4); Dramatic Club (4); Stage Manager Dramatic Club Play (4 ; Glee Club (4); Mandolin and Guitar Club (4). Helen Snow Smith . School of Art; I. S. W. N. ?. He i, La Jennie Cordill Snyder New Orleans, La. Alpha Omicron Pi; Phi Beta Kappa School of Education; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Y. -W. C. A. (1. 2. 3. 41; Latin Club (2. 3, 4); President Latin Club f 3) : Class Editor " Jamba- laya " (1): Manager Education Basketball (3): Mandolin and Guitar Club (3, 4); Student Council (3, 41; Secretary Student Council (3); Chairman Student Council (4); Peace Polity (3, 41: Chairman Peace Polity (4); Debating Club (4): Debating Council (4); Newcomb Editor ■ ' Jambalaya " (4); Executive Committee (3, 4); Latin Club Play (4). (52) NEWCOMB SENIOR CLASS Flora Arden Stubbs New Orleans, La. Kappa Kappa Comma Academic: N. A. A. (1) ; Dramatic (Mub (1. IM ; V. ' C A C 3 -I ) ■ Lalln Club (3). Herminie Elizabeth Ujffv New Orleans, La. Phi Ma . cademlc; N. A. A. (1. 2, 3. 4); Class Basketball (1, 2. 3, -41; Class Basketball Captain (3): Varsity Captain (4); Dramatic Club (1. 2. 41: Suffrage flub (2, 3); Latin Club (3i: V W. C, . . (3); Student Coun- cil (L ' l: Class President (2); DebatltiK club (4): Menorab Socletv (4); I ' cace Polity (4). GiSELLA RoCHELLE Weiss New Orleans, La. Nab Su ham School or .Vrt: Sub-Editor •Jambalayn " (1); Art Basketball (!)• X A. A. (1. 3); Jlanager Art Basketball (3); Art Treasurer (2. 3. ' 41; Dorothy Eudora White Atlanta, Ga. Pi Dtta Phi N. A. A. (1, 2. 3. 4); Class Basketball (2. 3. 4): President N. A. A (4)- Cln.13 Manager Field Day (2. 3): i.atln Club (1, 2, a. 4 ; Dramatk ' Club (1. 2. 3, 4): Uraninllc Club Play (3. 4): Uebatlng Club (4); J. r. O. (1. 2. 3. 4l: University .NiKht Committee (4l; Houki- President .loH.-phlne Louise (4); University .ViKht ll, 2. 3p: Bo.ibs (21- Tnlanc NiKbt Committee. (53) NEWCOMB SENIOR CLASS Caroline Spellman Wogan New Orleans, La. Pi Bela Phi School of Art; Dramatic Club U. 2, 3, 4); Art Class Vice-President (3); Student Council (3); Sub-Editor •■Arcade " (2, 3); Cercle Francais (2, 3. 4); U. B. S. ; Art Editor " Arcade " (4); Dramatic Club Play (4); N. A. A. (4). Mary McNaughton Art. Gladys Ritchie Art: Treasurer of Student Body (3). Brainard Spencer Montgomery Academic Mascot. Hans Ransmeier Art Mascot. (54) Newcomb Junior Class Roll Officers LULIE Westfeldt PrciiJcnl Caro Weil Vice-PresiJcnl Florence Wintz Sccrelar ) Lillian Fortier Treamrcr Mary Ayres Caplain Basl(elball Kathleen O ' Niell Manager Basliclball Mary Sumner .... Editor ]ambala- a Members Mary Douglas Ayres Clil Omega; Radical; Arts and Sciences; N. A. A. (1. 2, 3); Treasurer N. A. A. (2); Basket- ball Team (1, 2. 3); Captain Basketball Team (1, 3); Varsity Basketball Team (2); Captain Field Day (1); Sergeant Field Day (2); Individual Field Day Cup (2); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2, 3); Secretary Y. W. C. A. (3); Latin Club (1, 2); Dramatic Club (1, 2. 3); Business Manager Dramatic Club (3). OuiDA Barnes Alpha Delta PI; Arts and Sciences; Representative Student Council (3); Class Tax Collector (21; Latin Club (1); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Y. W. C. A. (3); Debating Club (3); Peace Polity Club (3). Rosa Beer Arts and Sciences; N. A. A. (2, 3); Latin Club (2, 3); Suffrage Club (2, 3); Glee Club. Eugenie Bird Arts and . ' -•clences; Latin Club (1, 2. 3); Treasurer Latin Club (1). Ruth E. Bultmann Regular Art; Representative Art Class (3); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Varsity Basketball Team (2); Art Baseball Team (1, 2); Class Basketball Team (3). Ruth Cohn Arts and Sciences; Suffrage Club (2, 3). Sophie Cooley rhi .Mu; Education; Home Economics Club (1. 2, 3). Fanny Hampton Craig PI Beta Phi; Regular An; President Art Class (1); N. A. A.. C 2. 3); Secretary N. A. A ( " )• Art Basketball Team (1, 21; Field Day Manager (2); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3); Basketball Team (3); Glee Clubs (2, 3); Mandolin and Cultar Club (2, 3); Dramatic Club ( ' 31- Student Council (3). Naomi Darton Arts and Sciences; Dramatic Club (1, 2. 3); Suffrage Club (2, 3); Latin Club (21- Sub-Editor •■Tulano Weekly " (3). Grace Gurley Denis Pi Beta Phi; Arts and Sciences; Treasurer Art Class (1); N. A. A. (1. 2. 3); Art Basketball Team (1, 2); Mandolin and Guitar Club (1, 2. 3); Dramatic Club (3); Gleo Club (3). Laura Amelia Discon Arts and Sciences; Latin Club (1. 2, 3); Treasurer Latin Club (2); President Latin Club (3). Delzorah Albertine Donnaud Alpha Delta PI; . rla and Sclencei; N. . . A. (1, 21; Dramatic Club (11; Latin Club (1, 2). (55) (56) NEWCOMB JUNIOR CLASS ROLL Adele Marie Drouet Knpija Alpha Tlulii; Ails nnil Sck ' iufs; N. A. A. (1. 2. 3); Dinmnllc riuh (1. 2. 31; Dramatic Club Piny (1. 2, 3); Ceielc Fiancals (1. 2. 3): DeballnK riub (1. 2, 31: Varsity Debating Tonm (1. 2): Tronsurcr DobntInK Club II, 2); Class Eilltor " Jambalaya " (I); Assistant EdIlcM- " .lambnlaya " (3): Editor ••Tiilanc W. ' . ' kly " (3(: Rnillcal. BiANCA M. Farnet Arts and ' (■lenc■os: I.atlii cluh (1. 2. " ) ; Ci-iTle Francals (2. 3). Lillian Lucie Fortier Alpha Omicron PI; Radical; Arts and Sciences; Cercle Francals (2. 3); N. A. A. (1. 2. 3); Y. W. C. A. f2, 3); DcbatinB Club (2); Class Cheer Leader (2); Student Body Financial Committee (3); Clasi! Treasurer (3). Dorothy Lee Fowler Rogular Art; N. A. A. (1, 2). Helene O. Friedrichs Regular Art; Secretary Art Class (I. 2. 3); X. A. A. II. 2i: Art Haskc-lball Team (1. 2». Gladys Moxey Fry rhl Mu; Regular ProCesslniial Music; Uramntic Club II. 2. 3); Dramatic Club Play (2); N. A. A. (1); Glee Club (2). RiETTA GlaSSELL GaRLAND Alpha Omicron PI; Arts and Sciences; Secretary Class CI); Debating Club 11. 2, 3 ; Jane Caldwell Nixon Debate (3); N. A. A. (1. 2, 3); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3); Business Manager " Arcado " (3). Edith Glenny PI Beta Phi; Arts and Sciences; Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3); Vice-President Y. W. C. A. (3); N. A. A. |1, 2. 3); Dramatic Club 11. 2. 3); Debating Club (1. 2, 3); Basketball Team (3). Jeanne Godchaux Arts and Sciences; Ccrcic Francals I.TI; Glee Club 13); Suffrage Club 12. 3). Fannie Gross Regular Professional Music; X. A. . . (1); Cnivorsily Chorus (1, 2). Gyffcrd Knight Haines PI Beta Phi: Arts and Sciences; X, A. A. I I. 2. 3); Basketball Team I 1. 2. 31; Sub. Varsity (2); Latin Club (1); Dramatic Club 12. 3); Dramatic Club Play (2); Debating Club il. 2. 3); .lane Caldwell Nixon Debate (2. 3); Jane Caldwell Xixon Debating Prize 13); Representative Tulane Debating Council (3): Mandolin and Guitar club 1 1. 2. 3); Athletic Committee (2). Louise Hausmann Gamma Tau Gamma; Arts and Sciences. Jean Hill Alpha Omicron Pi; Education: Y. W. C. A. 13): X. A. A. il. 2. 3); School of Education Basketball Team (1. 2); Basketball Team (3). Hazel Jacoby Caniiu.-i Tau Gamma; Education. Doris Kernan Joffrion . lpha Delta Pi; Arts and Sciences; X. A. . . 11. 2. 3): Basketball Team 1 2. 3); Varsity Basketball Team 12); Class Tennis Team (2); Varsity Tennis Team 12): Varsity Busebail Team 12); Dramatic ( lul) |3); Dramatic Club Play (3); Suffrage Club (2); Debating Club |2) J. L ' . G, (3); Studio Music. Vera Kearney . rls and Sciences; X. A. . . ill: Dramatic Club ll). Doris Kent pi Beta Phi; Arts and Sciences; Class Poet and Historian (1. 2, 31: Mandolin and Guitar Club (1. 2. 3); President itlnndolln and Guitar Club (31; Dramatic Club (1. 2. 3); Treasurer Dramatic Club (31: Dramatic Club Play (2. 31; N. A. A. (1); Glee Club. (.3); Sub-Editor " Arcado " (3). ' .....■- Clemence Kohlimann Gamma Tau Gamma; Arts and Sciences; X. . . .V. 1 1. 2. 3); Basketball Team (1). (57) NEWCOMB JUNIOR CLASS ROLL Ethel Regina Landau Arts and Sciences; N. A. A. (1, 2); Suffrage Club (3, 3); Glee Club (2); Basketball Team (1, 2). Cornelia Hutton Laurans Kappa Alpha Theta; Arts and Sciences: Class Treasurer (2); Cercle Franeais (2, 3); Man- dolin and Guitar Club (2, 3); Latin Club (1, 2); N. A. A. (1, 3); Glee Club (3). LuciLE Lew Education; N. A. A. (1, 3): Dramatic Club (1, 3); Latin Club (1). Helen Sara Lowe Gamma Tau Gamma; Regular Professional Music; X. A. A. (2); University Chorus (2). Lessie H. Madison Alpha Omicron Pi; Arts and Sciences; N. A. A. (1, 2. 3); Debating Club (1, 2); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3); Secretary Class (2); Secretary Student Council (3); I. S. W. N. ?; J. U. G. 1, 2, 3); J. L. House Council (3). Marie Aline Mason Alpha Delta Pi; Education; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3). Annie Louise McNeely Arts and Sciences; Latin Club (1, 2, 3); Stage Manager Latin Club (3); Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3); Dramatic Club Play (1, 2); N. A. A. (1, 2); Glee Club (3); University Chorus (1, 2). Alice Odelle Milung Kappa Kappa Gamma; Education; N. A. A. (1, 2); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3). Lillie Hosey Nairne Phi Mu; Arts and Sciences; T. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3); Treasurer T. W. C. A. (3); Debating Club (1, 2, 3); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Secretary N. A. A. (3); Basketball Team (1, 2, 3). Kathleen O ' Neill Alpha Qmicron Pi; Radical; Education; N. A. A. (1, 2. 3); Music Basketball Team (1); Education Basketball Teanr (1); Manager Class Basketball Team (3): Manager Varsity Basketball Team (3); Mandolin and Guitar Club (2, 3); T. W. C. A. (3). Mildred Parham Pi Beta Phi; Regular Art; Representative Art Class (2); Art Sub-Editor " Arcade " (3); Sub-Editor " Jambalaya " (3), Anna Mary Carolyn Parsons Chi Omega; Education; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Basketball Team (3); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3): President Domestic Science Class (1); Vice-President Class (2). Mary Raymond Alpha Omicron Pi; Education; N. A. A. (1. 2. 3): Home Economics Club (1, 2); Manager Education Basketball Team (2); Biology Club (3). Charlotte Anne Reily studio Art; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Mandolin and Guitar Club (1, 2, 3); Glee Club (3); Art Basketball Team (1, 2). Mildred Renshaw Alpha Omicron Pi; Arts and Sciences; Debating Club (1. 2. 3); Treasurer Debating Club (3) Cercle Franeais (1, 2. 3); X. A. A. (1. 2); Sub. Basketball Team (2j; Glee Club (2. 3) Peace Polity Club (2, 3); Student Council (2); President Class (2); Chairman Summer Committee t2); University Night Committee (3); Secretary Student Body (3). Jeanne J. Roy Education; N. A. A. (2); Debating Club (2); Education Basketball Team (2); Home Eco- nomics Club (2, 3). Laura Elizabeth Saunders Pi Beta Phi; Arts and Sciences: N. A. A. (1, 2, 3): Debating Club (2, 31; Peace Polity Club (2, 3); Representative Newcomb Debating Council (3). May Esther Seiler Education; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3). Theodosia Conner Shaw Phi Mu; Arts and Sciences; N. A. A. (1, 2): Y. ' W. C. A. (1); Dramatic Club (1): Latin Club (1, 2, 3); Mississippi Club (1, 2); J. U. G. (1, 2, 3). (58) NEWCOMB JUNIOR CLASS ROLL Cleta E. Slacle ( ' 111 OmoKii; Arts niul Sciences: N. A. A. (1. 2, 3); V. W. C. A. (2, 3); J. V. G. (1. 2, 3). Myrtle Sybil Steinau Alts and Sciences; Latin Clul) (1, 2. 3); N. A. A. (1); Clnsa Editor " Tuliin.- W.-kly " (11. Mary Clayton Sumner Alpha Omlci-on PI; Arts and Sciences; V. V. C. A. (1, 2, 3); DebatlnB club (1. 2, 3); Newcoml) Secretary Tulane UeballnK Council (2); Secretary Newcomb Debating Council (3): Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3); Dramatic Club IMay (1. 2. 3); SulTraKe Club (1. 2. 3); President SulTrago Club (2); Editor " Arcade " (2. 3); Peace Polity Club (2, 3); Biology Club (3): Class Editor " Jambalaya " (3). Henrietta Mary Thompson Education; Home Economics Club (1. 2. 3); Treasurer Domestic Science Class (1): X. A. A. tl, 2). IsABELLE Thompson Arts and Sciences: N. A. A. (I. 2); I.atln Club (2); Glee Club (2). Miriam Allyne Thompson Kappa Alplia Tlicta; Arts and Sciences; N ' . A. A. (1. 2); Varsity Baseball Team (2); Glee Club (3). Lylian Badger Urban rlii JIu; Arts and Sciences: I.atin Club (1. 2, 3); Vice-President Latin Club (3); N. A. A. il, 21: Dramatic Club (1. 21; Y. W. C. A. (2); SulTrage Club (2. 3); Treasurer SulTrago Club (2). Aphra Vairin n Beta Phi; Radical; Arts and Sciences; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Dramatic Club (2. 3); Dramatic Club Play (2, 3); Basketball Team (2); Mandolin and Guitar Club (2). Arthemise Vairin Pi Beta Phi; Arts and Sciences; N. A. A. (1, 2. 3); Basketball Team (1. 2. 3); Dramatic Club (1, 2. 3): Dramatic Club Play (2); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2): Class President (1); Public Debate (1); Debating Club (2); Representative Tulane Debating Council (2). LUCINDA GOODALL WaLMSLEY Chi Omega; Arts and Sciences; X. A. A. (2. 31; Dramatic Club (2. 31; Latin Club (2. 3 ; Latin Club I ' lay (3); Cercle Francals (3); (jlee Club (3); Y. W. C. A. (3). Recina Buck Walshe PI Beta Phi; Arts and Sciences; N. A. A. (1, 2. 3); Mandolin and Guitar Cliib (1. 2. 3); Dramatic Club (1. 3); Dramatic Club Play (3); Secretary Dramatic Club (3); Treasurer X. A. A. (3); Sub. Basketball Team (2); Y. W. C. A. 1 1, 2). Caro Inez Weil Gamma Tau Gamma; Arts and Sciences: X. A. A. (1. 3); Basketball Team (1. 2. 3); Captain Basketball Team (2): Vlce-l " resldent Class (1, 3); Dramatic Club (1. 2); Glee Club (2. 3); Mandolin and Guitar Club (2, 3); Debating Club (2. 3); Suffrage Club (2. 3); Summer Committee (2); Latin Club (3) . Hermione Dorah Weil Arts and Sciences; N. A. A. (1. 2, 3); Basketball Team (2. 3 : Dramatic Club (1, 2. 3): Dramatic Club Play (2, 3); Cercle Francals (2. 3); French Play (2); Glee Club (2, 3): SulTrago Club (2. 3:: Sub-Editor " Arcade " (2); Managing Editor " Arcade " (3): Class Editor " Jambalaya " (2); Class Cheer Loader (3). Lulie Westfeldt I ' i Beta Phi; - rts and Sciences; Y " . T,V. C. A. (1, 2. 3); Treasurer Y " . W. C. A. (2); N. A. A. (1, 21; iManager Basketball Team (1. 2); Class President (3); Debating dub (1, 2. 3); Representative Tulane Debating Council (3); Jane Caldwell Nixon Debate (1); Frcshmnn- Sophomore Debate (1): Varsity Debate (2). M. Anna Whitehead . rls and Sciences: Debating Club (1 ; Dramatic Club (2 ; X. A. . . (2). Florence Olwell Wintz Arts and Sciences; Class Treasurer (1); Dramatic Club {1, 2); Dramatic Club I ' lay (l ; N. A. A. (1): Debating Club (2); Glee Club (2): " Tulane Weekly " Reporter (2): Newcomb Business Manager " Tulane Weekly " (3); Sub-Editor " Arcade " (3); Secretary Class (3 . Helen E. Wurzlow Arts and Sciences; Latin Club (1, 2. 31; Dramatic Club (1). (59) Newcomb Sophomore Class Roll Officers KaTHERINE Caffery President Mary Lee Brown Vice-President Nathalie Le Beuf Settoon Secretary) Treebie Michie • Treasurer Marguerite Ellis Captain of Basl ethall Team Ida Jungle . . ■ ■ • Manager of Basketball Team Harrison Hester Class Editor of Jambala a Ruth Heller Class Poet Members Coralie Aschaffenburg Eunice Baccich Art; Phi Mu; N. A. A. (2). Clare Bancroft Art: Alpha Delta Pi; Field Day Manager (II ; N. A. A. (1. 2); Y. W. C. A. (2). Edith Bayle Pi Beta Phi; Education; Debating Club (1. 2 ; Chairman of Debating Club (2); Class Debating Team (1); School o( Ed- ucation Basketball Team (1); Home Eco- nomics Club (1, 2); Dramatic Club (1); N. A. A. (1, 2), Mary Lee Brown PI Beta Phi; Mandolin and Guitar Club (1, 2); Basketball Team (1); Field Day Manager (1); Dramatic Club (1); Vice- President o( Sophomore class (2); N. A. A. (1, 2). Dorothy Blakely Art. Katherine Caffery Pi Beta Phi; Radical; Y. " W. C. A. (1. 2); N. A. A. (1, 2); Debating Club (1. 2); Class Vice-President (11; Class President (2): Class Representative 1915 " Jamba- laya " ; Class Tennis Team (1); Class Bas- ketball Team (1, 2); College Basketball Team (1). Susie Celestin Class Basketball Team (1 (1. 2); N. A. A. (1. 2). 2) ; Latin Club Macda Chalaron Alpha Omicron Pi; N. A. A. (1); Cercle Francais (1, 2); Secretary Cercle Fran- cais (2). Zou Pearl Chase Nell Colbert Maude Cooley Education. Miriam Danzicer Art; B.A. Miriam Delchamps Kappa Alpha Theta ma: Detmting Club (1, 2); N. A. A. (1, Francis Covington Education. Gamma Tau Gam- (1, 2): Latin Club 2). Mercedes Discon Latin Club (2). Yvonne Dreyfus Nah Sukham: N. A. A. (1, 2); Debating Club (1, 2); Latin Club (1, 2). Julia Ellis Pi Beta Phi. Marguerite Butler Ellis Pi Beta Phi; Y. W. C. A. (1, 2); N. A. A. (1, 2); Dramatic Club (1); Class Pres- ident (1): Class Representative of Stu- dent Council {2 : Class Basketball Team (1, 2); Captain of Class Basketball Team (1. 2): College Basketball Team (1). Ruth Flower Pi Beta Phi; Education; Home Econom- ics Club (1, 2); N. A. A. (1, 2). Martha Foster Kappa Kappa Gamma: Education. Roberta Hafkesbring Y. W. C. A. (2); N. A. A. (2). Ruth Heller Nah Sukham; N. A. A. (1. 2); Dramatic Club (1, 2)- Debating Club (1, 2): Sec- retary Debating Club (1); Clerk of Coun- cil Debating Club (2); Class Secretary (l); Class Poet and Historian (1. 2 ; Sub-Editor " Arcade " (1); College Editor " Arcade " (2); Alternate Varsity Debate (1); Public Debate (2); Basketball Team (1. 2). Edith Louise Henderson Kappa Kappa Gamma; Radical: Art; Cercle Francais (1. 2); Mandolin and Guitar Club (2); N. A. A. (1, 2); Vice- President Art Class (1): Class Repre- sentative " Tulane Weekly " (1); Dramatic Club (1). Harrison Hester Kappa Kappa Gamma; Club (1, 2); N. A. A. Editor of " Jambalaya " of Art Class (2). Art; Dramatic (2) : Sophomore (2) ; Treasurer Louise Hyman Harriett Howe IsABELLE Joachim Education; Home Economics Club. (60) m g € 1 € ■ V llii (61) NEWCOMB SOPHOMORE CLASS ROLL Leila Joffrion Education. Ida Jungle Latin Club (1, 2); Basketball Man- ager (2). Rose Kahn Mary Evelyn Kay Phi Mu; Dramatic Club (1); N. A. A. (1, 2); T. W. C. A. (2); Latin Club (1, 21 ; Debating Club (1). CoinDelle Kemper IMusio. Dorothy Kidd Chi Omega: Radical; Education; Dra- matic Club (2); Mandolin and Guitar Club (1, 2); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2); N. A. A. (1, 2); Secretary and Treasurer of Home Economics Club (1, 2). Genevieve Lamberton Dramatic Club (1, Alice Landon Pi Beta Phi. 2) ;N. A. A. (1, 21. Emily Langham Alpha Delta Pi; Art: N. A. A. (1, 2): Dormitory Baseball Team (1); Varsity Baseball Team (1); Chairman Sophomore Art Class (2). Jeanne Langhtee Debating Club; Latin Club; Treasurer Latin Club. Amelia Levy Education; Home Economics Club. Lucile Lombard Pi Beta Phi: N. A. A. (1. 2): Basketball Team (1, 2). Viola Lund Education; N. A. A.: T. W. C. A.: Home Economics Club; Basketball Team. Elizabeth McCall Treebie Michie Kappa Kappa Gamma; Education: N. A, A. (1. 2); J. U. G. (1. 2); Glee Club (1); Education Basketball Team (1); Treas- urer of Sophomore Class (2). Ida Milling Kappa Kappa Gamma; Education. Mathilde Nairne Phi Mu; N. A. A. (1, 2); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2). Cora Neelis Kappa Alpha Theta; Education; House- hold Economy ; Home Economics Club II. 2); N. A. A. (1. 2); Y. W. C. A. (2); Gamma Tau Gamma. Doris Otto Education. Mary Virginia Parker Pi Beta Phi; Education; N. A. A. (H. Adele Parsons Alpha Delta Pi; Education. Alice Rightor Chi Omega: Dramatic Club (1, 2). Jessie Roane Emeline Roberts Art. CopxInne Rocquet Kappa Alpha Theta; Dramatic Circle (1, 2); N. A. A. (1, 2). Yvonne Ross Chi Omega. Gethyn Rugan Chi Omega: Dramatic Club: N. A. A. Augusta Schmedtje Phi Mu; Art; President Art Class (1); N. A. A. (1, 2). Charlotte Sessums Pi Beta Phi; Music. Nathalie LeBeuf Settoon Pi Beta Phi; Radical: N. .4. A. (1, 2); Cercle Francais (1, 2) ; Treasurer of Cer- cle Francais (2); Basketball Team (1, 2): " Tulane Weekly " Representative; Class Secretary (2). Francis Sexton Chi Omega; Music; Dramatic Club (2); Glee Club (1); J. U. G. (1. 2).; Sym- phony Orchestra Club (2). Margaret Shari Emma Shropshire Education. Hilda Shushan Bianca Socola Education. Education. Dorothy Thompson Pi Beta Phi: Education; N. A. A. (1, 2); Home Economics Club (1, 2). Nellie Williams Education. Margaret Wilson Chi Omega; Radical: Music; Dramatic Club (2): Glee Club (1 ; J. U. G. (1, 2); Mandolin and Guitar Club. Cecile Wogan Chi Omega: Cercle Dramatique Francais (1, 2); Dramatic Club (1, 2); N. A. A. (1, 2). Frankie Wood Latin Club; Debating Club. (62) Newcomb Freshman Class Roll Officers Ida Lise Black President Evelyn Picott Vicc-PrcsiJcnl Anna Koch Secretary Lucy Wallace Treasurer Catherine Buchanan Jambalaya EJilor Rosalie Van der Veer Captain of Dasliclhall Team Members Katharine Stuart Ayres Knoxville, Tenn. CoUoeo Course; X. . . A.; Y. W. C. A. IzoRA Gertrude Alexander Mer Rouge, La. B.. . In Music: rnlveislty Clinrus; Y. W. C. A.: J. U. G. Lorraine Auerbach Montgomery, Ala. Arts ancT Sciences; Mandolin and Guitar Ciub; Glee Club. Eunice Lee Bate New Orleans, La. B.A. in Art. Mayme Beard Liberty, Miss. B., . in Music. Margaret Hayne Beattie Grecneville. S. C. B.. . in Art. Lydia Becker New Orleans, La. College Course; Debating Club; Dramatic Club; Latin Club; N. . . A.; Jennie C. Nixon Debate: " Tulano Weekly. " Corinne Beer Vicksburg, Miss. B.. . in Music: Dramatic Club; N. . . A.; Glee Club; Debating Club. Ida LlSE Black New Orleans, La. College Course; Class President; X. -V. A.: Debating Club. Hilda Blank New Orleans, La. B.A. in Art. Eveline Marie Bleakley New Orleans, La. ]!.. . In Music. Elfrieda Bohnstooff New Orleans, La. Household Eeononiy: Home Economics Club. Marie Bonvillain Houma. La. College Course; Latin Club. RuTii Bostick New Orleans. La. College Course; Latin Club. Letitia Rosalie Bonck New Orleans, La. t ollcge Course: N, A. A.; Latin Club. Shirley Bourdeaux Meridian, Miss. Household Economy. Andrina Effie Grace Bradford New Orleans, La. B.. . in Music. Martha Helena Frances Bradford New Orleans. La. B.A. In Music. (63) (64) NEWCOMB FRESHMAN CLASS ROLL Irma Broad New Orleam. La. llousrluilil Economy: Home ICcuiiomlcs Club. Gladys Sadie Brown Mobile, Ala. B.A. Music; Glco Club. Catharine Buchanan Lafaycltc. La. B.A. Kflucatlon; Latin Club; DraTnatlc club; I ' nlvcr-Hlly C ' lun-us; " Jambalaya " Rep- resenlatlve; J. U. G. ; Glee Club. Myrtle Evelyn Clark Natchez. Miss. College Coui-. ie; Y. W. C. A. Fannie Cohn New Orleans. La. College Course; DebathiK ( ' lub. Elizabeth Bliss Coleman New Orleans. La. Household Economy; Home Eeonomica Club. Inez Contonio New Orleans, La. B.A. Education. Marguerite Judicia Contonio New Orleans. La. College Course. Gladys Crew Goodwaler. Ala. B.A. in Music. JuANiTA Acnes Crump New Orleans. La. B.A. Art; Class Historian and Poet. Mildred Curran New Orleans. La. Y. W. C. A.: Debating Club; .N. A. A.: I.alln Club; " Tu ' .ane Weekly. " ViRGiNi.A Amelia deOrnellas Mobile. .Ala. College Course; X. A, A.; I.atin Club. Charlotte Amy Dietze New Orleans. La. College Course; Basketball Team; Y. W. C. A.; X. A. A. Edmonia Lee DowtY New Orleans. La. Household Economy. Mary Draco New Orleans. La. B.A. Education; Home Economics Club. Caroline Helen Dreyfous New Orleans, La. College Course; X. A. A.: Basketball Team: Debating Club; Dramatic ( lub. Berenice Dreyfus New Orleans, La. College Course; Class Yell Leader; X. -A. A.; Debating Club. Dorothy Katharine Drumm Gretna, La. College Course; K. .A. A.; V, W. C. A.; I.aliu Club. Leonora Bisland Duval Houma. La. B.A. Education; X. A. A. Yvonne Claire Duval New Orleans. La. College Course; French circle; .V. . . A.: Dramatic Club. Florence Stratton Faulk Monroe. La. Househuki Economy; Home Econotttlcs Club; J. U. G. EliZ beth Victoria Fischer New Orleans, La. College Course; l.,atln t ' lub. Ruth Drew Fulhan New Orleans. La. H..- . ICdueatlon. Olive Ada Fuller New Orleans. La. Household Economy; Home Eeoni mlcs Club. Olyve Bryant Gill New Orleans. La. College Course; Dramath- Club; N. . . A.: V. W. C. . .; I.atin Club. Helen Grevemburc New Orleans. La. Collegu Course; Y. V. c. A.: French Circle; .N. . . . . (65) NEWCOMB FRESHMAN CLASS ROLL Acnes Marsh Guthrie Natchez, Miss. B.A. Education; J. U. G. DoROTHE A Marceline Hagen New Orleans, La. B.A. in Art. Madeline Moore Hackenyos Alexandria, La. B.. . Art; Art Class Treasurer; N. A. A. Theza Hausmann New Orleans, La. Household Economy; Home Economics Club. Florence Hiteshew New Orleans, La. B.A. in Music. Leonella Huggett New Orleans, La. B.A. in Music. Mary I. Hyams New Orleans, La. B.A. in Music. Mrs. Laura Lake Ihrie Meridian, Miss. Household Economy; Home Economics Club. AzA Mercer James Boyce, La. B.A. Education; N. A. A. Adeline Julia Katz • New Orleans, La. College Course; N. A. A.; Dramatic Club. Lillian Louise Kessler Belle Rose, La. College Course; N. A. A.; Basketball Team; Glee Club. Anna Frotscher Koch New Orleans, La. College Course; Class ' Secretary ; N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Debating Club; Dramatic Club; Class Basketball Team; Glee Club. Elizabeth Krause Lake Charles, La. B.A. Music; N. A. A.; J. V. G. Margaret Corlet LaMothe New Orleans, La. B.A. Music; N. A. A. Anna Campbell Lea New Orleans, La. B.A. in Music. Mary Margaret LeBourgeois New Orleans, La. Household Economy; Home Economics Club. Aurora Marguerite Leckhert New Orleans, La. B.A. in Music. Bessie Amanda Lee Shreveport. La. B.A. Education. Ruby Marie Lehman Houma, La. Household Economy; Home Economics Club. Stella Leopold Bastrop, La. Household Economy; Home Economics Club. Ethel Louise Lob New Orleans, La. College Course; N. A. A.; Basketball Team; Debating Club. Claire Ernest Loeb New Orleans, La. Colle ge Course. WiLDA Josephine Lopez Biloxi, Miss. College Course; Latin Club. Jessie McKendree Loy New Orleans. La. Household Economy; Home Economics Club. Miriam Kathleen Lucas Natchitoches, La. Household Economy; J. U. G. Ceorgean Lund New Orleans, La. College Course; Manager Class Basketball Team; Y. W. C. A.; N. A. A. (66) NEWCOMB FRESHMAN CLASS ROLL Helen Mackenzie Thibodcaux, La. CollcKo Course; N. A. A.; .1. V. G. Evangeline Macruder New Orleans, La. B.A. Art: Mnnclcilln iinil (Uilliir Club: Frcsliman Ar( Rc ' Iii-i- ' SiMltallve; N. A. A. Mary Edith Martin Shreveporl. La. B.A. in Music. Katherine Louise McFetridce New Orleans, La. College Course: I.alln Club: N. A. A.; Basketball Team: Y. W. C. A.: Dramatic Club. Helen McLean New Orleans, La. B.A. Education; N. A. A. Anna McLellan New Orleans. La. College Course: Y. W. C. A.: French Circle. Margaret Inglis McLeod New Orleans, La. B.. . iMusir: Glee Club; Class Musician. Irma Anna Meyers New Orleans, La. B.. . in Art. Ruth Charlotte Meyer New Orleans. La. College Course; N. A. A.: Latin Club. Calista Morgan New Orleans. La. B.. . Education: Dramatic Club; N. A. A. Merrimac Naef Bastrop, La. Household Economy; Home Economics Club; Dramatic Club; .1. V. G. Minna Esther Newberger New Orleans, La. College Course. Marion Helen Odenheimer New Orleans. La. College Course. LuciLE O ' Kelly New Orleans, La. College Coul-se: Y. W. C. A. Valentine Vida Olinde New Roads, La. B.A. Education. Bettie O ' Niell New Orleans, La. Household Economy: Home Economics Club. Julia Anna O ' Shee Alexandria, La. Household Economy: Home Economics Club; N. A. A. Alice Stirling Parkerson New Orleans. La. B.. . Education: N. . . . . Evelyn Piggott New Orleans. La. College Course: Class Vice-President; Y. V. C. A.; N. . . A. Elizabeth Ceraldine Park New Orleans, La. College Course; N. A. A.: Basketball Team; Y. W. C. A.; Latin I ' lub. Inez Anita Pollock New Orleans. La. College Course; N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.: Basketball Team. Ruth Harvey Reboul New Orleans, La. Househobl Ecoiuuny; Home Econoinica (. " lub. Ednabrown Martha Regard Mansora. La. B.. . Education. Zeline Wilfred Regard Mansora. La. Household Economy: Home Economics Club. Alice Elizabeth Richardson New Orleans. La. College Course; Dramatic Club. Margaret Amelie Roussel ■ ■ P«»er»on. La. Household Economy; N. A. -V. (67) NEWCOMB FRESHMAN CLASS ROLL Doris Marie Sandmann New Orleans, La. College Course. Caryetta Saunders New Orleans, La. College Course; X, A. A.; Basketball Team; Secretary Debating Club; Latin Club. Dolly Anna Savell New Orleans, La. B.A. Education; Dramatic Club. Alma Catherine Schuler New Orleans, La. B.A. Education. Mary Millard Seago New Orleans, La. College Course; Y. W. C. A.; Freshman Representative Student Council. Cora Adele Sextro New Orleans, La. B.A. in Art. Anna Grace Sheen New Orleans, La. Music; N. A. A. Cora Isabel Shields Algiers, La. College Course; Latin Club. Martha Shutts Lake Charles, La. B.A. Education; N. A. A. Carolyn Smith Martin, Tenn. B.A. Education; N. A. A.; Home Economics Club. Irma SompaYRAC Natchitoches, La. B.A. Art; Symphony Orchestra; Debating Club; J. U. G. Lois Hazel Sykes New Orleans, La. College Course. Grace Kaletah Terry Shreveport, La Household Economy; Home Economics Club. Rosalie Stuart Vandeveer New Orleans, La. College Course; N. A. A.: Captain Basketball Team. Thelma Gladys Voss New Orleans, La. College Course; Latin Club. Ivy Elliot Waldo New Orleans, La. College Course. Emma Elizabeth Wall New Orleans, La. College Course; N. A. A.; Dramatic Club. Sareste Lucie Wallace Woodville, Miss. B.A. Education; N. . . A.: Class Treasurer. JuANlE Angele Wallis Houma, La. College Course; Latin Club. Eleanor Dolly Walter Punxsutawney, Pa. College Course. Mary Mercer Warriner New Orleans, La. B.A. in Art. Marie Charlotte Washburn New Orleans, La. B.A. in Music. Haidee Ann Watkins Houma, La. College Course; Latin Club. Mildred Weeks New Iberia, La. College Course: Latin Club. Bernice Weill Whitecaslle, La. B.A. in Art. Amelie Weinberger New Orleans, La. B.A. in Art. (68) NEWCOMB FRESHMAN CLASS ROLL Helen Coyle Wharton New Orleans, La. B.A. Art; X. A. A. Ellene Tobin White New Orleans, La. College Course. Dorothy Ann Williams Housion, Texas B.. . Art; Dramatic Club. Ehelma Elizabeth Wilson Independence, La. B.A. Education; Home Economics Club. WlLHELMINA WoODVILLE New Orleans, La. College Course; N. A. .V. Anna Elizabeth Zecler New Orleans, La. College Course: X. A. A.; Latin Club. SPECIALS Caroline L. Army New Orleans, La, studio. Elizabeth Wilson Bowie Uniontown, Pa. Special. Mary Estele Carter New Orleans, La. studio JIusic. ChaROTTE Copeland New Orleans, La. Studio Music. Florence Frances Curtin New Orleans, La, Special College. Salue Litter Dart New Orleans, La. Special Harmony. Virginia Marie Desfcrces New Orleans, La. Special Harmony. Emily Taylor Allison Eustis New Orleans, La. Special Art. Hazel Bessie Everett New Orleans, La. studio Music. Celeste Eleanora Farrar New Orleans, La. studio Music, Zella Kenyon Forstall, (Mrs. E. E.) studio Art. Carolyn Goodman Meridian, Miss, studio Art, Gwendolyn Griffith New Orleans, La. studio Music. Lydia Howard Griffith New Orleans, La. studio Music. Leila Caldwell Harrison Birmingham, Ala. studio . rt. Helena Tooney Hart New Orleans, La. studio Art. Madeline Alva Hirschfield Mobile, Ala. studio . rt; Dramatic Club. JosYE Kahn Lafayette. La. Special Music; J. U. G. Pearl May Kahn Gainesville, Texas Special Music; J. U, G. (69) NEWCOMB FRESHMAN CLASS ROLL Emilie Frotscher Koch New Orleans, La. Special College; Dramatic Club; Debating Club; X. A. A.; Y. W. C. A. Anna Gertrude Lawson Havana, Cuba Studio Art. Marion Louise Lemarie New Orleans, La. studio Art. Ida H. Louque New Orleans, La. Studio Music. Sessums McCoy . _ Jackson, Miss. Studio Art. Bonnie Montgomery Bastrop, La. Special in Domestic Science. Annie Pattison New Orleans, La. Special Harmony. Helen Longyear Paul, (Mrs. Calle) Washington, D. C. studio Art. Veva Penick New Orleans, La. Studio Art. Lucy Margaret Roush . . .- Lena, 111. studio Art. Sibyl Wilkinson Port Allen, La. Special Art. Hamet Anne Ryan New Orleans, La. Special Harmony. Marion Freeza Terry New Orleans, La. Studio Art. Mrs. Louise Espenaun Tooney New Orleans, La. Special Harmony. Mrs. John H. Vaughn Special Domestic Science. Lucille Gurtile Viterbo Beaumont, Texas Studio Art. Doris Warriner . New Orleans, La. Studio Art. Marguerite Leanore Weaver Syracuse, N. Y. studio Music. Josephine Barley Witherspoon New Orleans, La. studio Art. Freshman Class Poem Nineleen-nineteen, who is she Nineteen-nineleen, who is she. That all around commend her? That all around applaud her? Young, ambitious, brave is she. The greatest class at school is she. Such grace the Fates did lend her May future fame reward her. That star of Newcomb she might be. For star of Newcomb she shall be. She is loyal. She is eager. She is numerous. She ' s resourceful. Quantity with worth combines Hopes that she will e ' er be so. Where defeated can be humorous. And that in three years, successful. Holds ihe germs of mighty minds. Undiminished, forth she ' ll go. J C_ ' jg. (70) (71) PROF. ELLSWORTH WOODWARD (72) V ' p« IR, -ftw iRRE3iaT!8Lt CHiLL IMtWHAT SMSlI AMD itL i. tM This old vjwicd LBt V)Tlt5 OF Rnk liT) CIMEL.A BEU ' CIOva ClVWTB AD NSeusLwaL-u. and ■POOKPAVL ' MH WtLCMViat WiiLN aJRlUt C»MU Al?c«i. WtO T«Jtt. 5MILL SiT ALL Tun. or ]M U7?rnmni£| AMD " " SsW .P««T ' " -- r- TA.5g . ,UTTU: LtVY, Too-BuSV EVEN Tto K.OW, ' Voim TuT ,T?E. CM ER , WtL Bt 3M0RT. I rtftR.- iToH THE 6O0D Dlt, YoKMG ■t ■ - you «Now GLADYS f5 OuR-MY5ItT(K » MoNA " WHOSL l) ' li)E «E- MA ' R. IS ov St -p iUT- - Wt TEX J) MCH o M i?A»jr AHO H« H ' e. XcAM Am, 5??S;? ' kl LV ,. ' ;?£. ' ysgS; tOvL.T VWNTT A-n. irt IICKT ■ lAHWt, tuuiM, cAKiRi IlKBRtLT TioCt ' JHl ' MAflHY VboXL VptuT c,lilLfcrl1 At1» Kick cyvtx IHLTTlAt) IN TrtF- T t. cr oua.l LuG1 -. ■ ONE. M:r.i , ' BiLLf • WiLL Hot BE-YcUR l T . NteU ' LL NAV£ A U ' TTVr ?) AhD l v£-U.f- Nlci " . JUJh.L ' W- W.Ti Hy ' S Ti iP ACtoRtiMO Tot i B l1 - She. I-Wit HOT YET RfnjlSll, Httzri, NRiTVKrSWv® " iVLNiJr ATTXriPT ■ Vv. Hbu ' n 1tV«. To M»W ■iiijg SENIOR AR I CLASS (73) en CO JO 3 u - z z , " 2 " o 3 u rn " " " X -1 I- S : UJ L O UJ ■ 3 IS en s 3: a. (74) Sophomore Art Class First Ro-d; — E. Robert, H. Hester. N. Barnwell. D. Blakelv, M. Danzicer Center — E. HENDERSON Second Roa — E. ALEXANDER. E Ott. A. BowEN, L. Harrison Third Roa — E. Lancham. A. Schmedtje. R. Cahn, E. Baccich. C. Bancroft (75) u Q Z CO c cC u I- o u a: uj o z " Ujg o CQ U li lu u 3 CQOT Z 3 (76) Freshman Art Class Poem Behold ! The skilled Seniors, by request. Have ceased lo paint four " compos " — they may rest, For great works of wondrous grace Now can (ill the blackboard space. You will find this new arrangement much the best. Cubists are no longer all the go; It is not of their creations you must know — For we Freshman marvels now Will show the world just how The colors in a masterpiece must flow. Bright crimson is quite common m our class; Perspective we ' ll defy until the last. We do not work by rule In this, our modern school — We scorn the narrow margins of the past. (77) MARDI GRAS. ABOVE, REX ON HIS FLOAT BELOW, MASKERS (78) (79) D u. o J o o X o O u 2 (80) Si su jm C323 1 A 1 ?) " J tl [1 fiR r Y V (81 ALBERT BLEDSOE DINWIDDIE, A.M., PH.D., LL.D. DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (82) Senior Arts and Sciences History GAIN the slowly turning wheel of time brings near the joyous, tearful season of the year when youthful worshippers of the Poetic Muse pay homage at their goddess ' feet. From all sides they come, pouring out upon the ears of a long-enduring world stories of fame and glory which " their class " won in some dim, forgotten time of long ago; then cursing fate that they must sever all pleasant ties that bind them to their Alma Mater. We, too, as we stand trembling on the threshold of the life which now begins to unfold itself before us, would turn to take a farewell glance at all the " good old times " which we have spent within the walls of old Tulane. Fond memories flood upon us — of the days when A. B. D. was called on twice a day to arbitrate some Fresh-Soph trouble; when " I6 ' s " would appear upon the Tank only to start a new " investigation; " when dormy lads spent half the night on fire escapes to dodge the latest magazine collector, or spent the hours transporting Sophs to Pelican Park whence they might return as best they might ; when the Sophs were forced to call on stage directors to save their prexy from our gentle hands. And then of days when new blood came to lake our place as Freshies and give us all the joys of " initiation " of the verdant frosh. Then came the time when childish sports were all forsworn and ' 16 showed the world they were stuff that men are made of. And now the class which has furnished men for every varsity activity during the four years it has spent in Tulane, approaches the day when it must gird on the armor of preparation gained in four years study and go forth, confident, ready, to find worlds to conquer. We do not, however, approach the time in any spirit of fond farewell, O Alma Mater, for our hearts shall never be so wrapped in struggles with the sea of life but at your slightest call we all shall rally to you. ' our name and memories shall not pass into the world of long- forgotten past, but in the realm of memory where all things live anew, we are Yours and ou are ours forever. (83) Senior Arts and Sciences Class Clifford Atkinson Summit, Miss. Delta Kappa Epsilon ; Scientific; Senior and Junior German Clubs; Tulane Club; Rifle Club. R. Conrad Bauer Alexandria, La. Zeta Beta Tau; Literary; Forum (.1. 2. 3, 4). Treasurer (2. 3, 4); French Circle (1. 2, 3): Spanish Circle (2, 3); Tulane Club (4); Tulane Night (1); Enalut Riot (2); Circus (3); Assistant Business Manager " Jambalaya " (3); Business Manager " Jambalaya " (4); Dormitory Gov- erning Board (4); Law Debating Club (4). Ernest O. Becker New Orleans, La. Literary; Class Track Team il); Tug-of-War (2); Class Football |2 ; Forum; Y. M. C. A.; Class Secretary (3); Class President (3. 41; " Tu- lane Weekly " ; Phi Beta Kappa. George Wiltz Billups New Orleans, La. Alpha Tau Omega; Scientific; Class Football (1, 2); Glendy Burke (1, 2, 3, 4); Tulane Club (3, 4); Chess and Checkers Club; Bifle Club. (84) SENIOR ARTS AND SCIENCES CLASS Posey Ridgley Bowers Gulfport, Miss. Alplia Tau Omega; Literary; Glendy Burke Llterai-y Socirty; Tulane Polity Club; Tue-ot-War (1); class Football (1. 2); Class Baseball (1, 21. Harry Rene Cabral, B.A New Orleans, La. li.A.. TuliiiH ' . imri; .Seoretai-. - .Spanish Circle (2); Socri-tary and Vfce- rrt-aident Krenc-li Circle (2); Class Track Team (1); Class " Vrestllng: Team (1); TuK- " r-War (2); Class Football (2); Treasurer Forum (1); Vsslstant Sucrelai-y Forum (21. R. L. CuRRAN, Jr New Orleans, La l.rl.rary; Killl.ir-in-Clili-l ' ■■Tulau.- -.Uly " (11. llanaKinK K.lltor c:!i. . sslstant ManaKintr Ktlitor (:{); Oratorical ami DebatiiiK Council (11; Polity Club 1 :f. 1); Tulanc Society of Kcononilcs; President Forunt (2), Vice-President (3); Class Historian (1); Chess and Checkers Club (2. 3): l r. ' ncli Circle (2); Class Debate (2); Class Track (2); Dormitory Foot- ball (4); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3, t); DeieKntu to Y. M. C. A. Con- vention C ' l. Charles Elliott Amite, La (85) SENIOR ARTS AND SCIENCES CLASS J. Frank Fortier New Orleans, Phi Delta Theta: Scientific: Rifle Club; Junior German Club; Wrestling Team (1, 2); Tug-o(-War (1, 2); " Jambalaya " Representative (1); Treasurer French Circle (2); Spanish Circle; Glendy Burke; Tulane Engineering Society; Vice-President and Treasurer Academic Student Body (4). GosTA Nicholas Johnson Good Pine, Delta Kappa Epsilon; Varsity Football (3. 4); Class Football (1, 2); Tug-ot-War (1. 2); Wrestling Team (1. 2); Track Squad (3); Circus Relay Team (3); President Academic Student Body (4); Class Presi- dent (2, 3): Secretary-Treasurer Class (2); Vice-President Y. JI. C. A. (4); Business Manager Class Edition Weekly (2); Student Council (4); Junior and Senior Germ an Clubs: Tulane Club; Phi Beta Kappa. Edgar Morris New Orleans, La. Delta Kappa Epsilon: Sigma Cmicron Pi: Literary; Senior and Junior German Clubs: Chairman Junior German Ciub (2); Class Football (1. 2); Class Basketball (1, 2). Manager (2); Class Wrestling (1, 2); Class Track 11. 21: Tug-of-War i21: Varsity Tennis (1, 2, 3); Vice-President Class (4); Glendy Burke; Tulane Club. Beauregard Perkins, Jr New Orleans, La. Literary; Glendy Burke: Y. M. C. A.; Spanish Circle; Class Football (2 1. (86) SENIOR ARTS AND SCIENCES CLASS Max M. Schaumburger New Orleans, La. Literary; Varsity Debate ( 3 ); Tulane Society of Economics; Giendy Burite, Sergeant-at-Arms (H. Treasurer c; ) ; Cierlc ci ' Congress (3). Speal er (4): Tue-of-War (1. 2); Class Football (1. 2): Class Wrestling 1 1. 2): Class Basketball (2); Class Traclc Team (1); Freshman Debating Team: Winner Glenrty Burke Medal (1): Alternate Varsity Debating Team (2); " Winner of Medal offered for best Freshman or Sophomore in Varsity Debate (2 ; Carnot Debate (3, 4); Advertising Manager ■ " Weekly " (3), General Business Manager (4); Oratorical and Debating Council (3. 4), Secrotary-Ti-easurer (4); Business Manager Enalut Riot (1. 2): French Circle. " Vlce-rresident (1. 2). Secretary (3); SiJanlsh Circle. Vice-Presi- dent (1, 2), President (3); Tulane Night (1); Varsity Football Squad (4); Ttilane I ' ress Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Tulane Rifle Club (4). Warren C. Shankle Mansfield, La. Literary: Class Histor-ian (3 ; Class Secretary-Treasurer i4i; Knrum; French Circle: Spanish Circle; Chess Ciub (3. 4 ; Rille Club (4); Polity Club; Y. M. C. . .. President (4): Managing Editor " Tulane Weekly " (4); Dormitory Governing Board (4). John Lemuel Toler Biloxi, Miss. Heta Thela PI; l.lierary; Secretary . cadeniie Student Body i4i; Tulane Club; V. M. C. A. (3. 4.: (lass Basketball ll, " . ' i : Assistant Secretary Forum (3); Basketball Squad (3). Gus Wakeman Arcadia. La. Literary: Alternate Varsity Debating Team (3): " Tulane Weekly " Man- aging Editor (3): Carnot Dibate (4»: Class Treasurer (3). (87) SENIOR ARTS AND SCIENCES CLASS Arthur Carrol Waters New OrL eans. La. Sigma Chi; Literary; Varsity Tennis d. 2. 3. 41. Captain (2), Man- ager (4); Junior and Senior German Clubs: Tug-of- ' War. (1. 2); Class Vice-President (3 ; Tulane Society of Economics. Robert Boyd Wallace . . Camden, Ala Scientific; Class Track Team (1 ; Dormitory Governing Board d); Dormitory Football Team (4); Tulane Club (4). Herbert S. Weil New Orleans, Literary; Alternate Varsity Debating Team (3); Tulane Society of Economics; Tulane Polity Club: Oratorical and Debating Council (4) Glendy Burke, Secretary-Treasurer (3. 4); Law Debating Club (4) Tug-ot-TVar (1): Class Football (2); Alternate Class Debating Team (1) Class Debating Team (2); Class Secretary-Treasurer (2); Class Editor •■Jambalaya " (3, 4); French Circle (2. 3); Spanish Circle (3); Menorah: Tulane Club; Varsity Debating Team (4). William A. West, Jr Norwood, La Phi Delta Theta; Kappa Delta Phi; Sigma Omicron Pi; Literary; Man- ager Football Team (4 ; Business Manager " Jambalaya " l3): Editor- in-Chief " Jambalaya " (4); Glendy Burke; Managing Editor " Tulane ■n ' eekly " (3); Vice-President Tulane Club (3); Class Vice-President (2); Class Football (1, 2); Class ■ " restling (1, 21; Tug-of-War (1. 2); Varsity Football Squad iS): Junior and Senior German Clubs; Tulane Society of Economics: Phi Beta Kappa. (88) m 5 o S z o H J Q Z I 2 O « (89) Junior Arts and Sciences Class Roll Class Officers Julius Hoffman President George Cousin Vke-Presidenl Walter Gardiner Secretary Class Roll George Cousin Sigma Xu; Scientific; Class Track Team (1, 2); Tug-of- " War (2); Class Football (2); Class Treasurtr (2); Vice-President and Treasurer (3). Walter Gardiner Scientific; Tulane Band (1, 2); Tulane Nlglit (1); Bnalut Riot (2); Class Secretary (3). Julius Hoffman Literary; Class President (4); Class Debating Team (1, 2); Alternate Varsity Debating Team (2); French Circle (2); President (3); President Chess Club (3); Winner Carnot Medal (3). Yataro Kobayashi Chemical and Sugar Engineering ( ' OS, ' 09, ' 10). Victor Mather Class T -restIing Team; Tug-ot-War; Class Football (2). David McBrayer Scientific. Jules Claude Mer. ' .ux Literary; Dramatic Club (1); Glendy-Burke; Vice-President Spanish Circle (4); Treasurer French Circle (4); Class Football Team; Varsity Football Team (4). William Netterville Scientific. Robert Perkins Sigma Chi; Literary; Class Football (2); Class Secretary (3); Secretary Forum (3); " Tulane Weekly " (31. Moise Thibodeaux Literary S U. Champion Bantamweight Wrestler (2); Varsity Wrestling Team (1. 2); Class Wrestling (2); Vice-President French Circle (2); President (3); Glee Club (3); Class President (2); Dormitory Football Team (3); Assistant Secretary Forum (3). Russell Thompson Class Baseball; Tug-of-War; Class Track; Literary. Spanish Circle (3); Glendy-Burke (3). William J. Wise Zeta Beta Tau ; Literary; Class Football (1, 2); Forum (1, 2): Class Debatmg Team (3), (90) Sophomore Arts and Sciences History HE Class of ' 18 is known not for its quantity but its quality. In numbers it is small, but in intellect and diversification extremely large. The members of the class, who have survived the great toils and hardships of the Freshman year, and are now soaring on closer to the goal, are as a whole one of the most brilliant in the institution. This small class has been banded together by the strong ties of both college and class spirit ever since entering the University, and is always represented in the student activities. It is ever ready to lend a hand to aid and support its fellow mate and endeavor to make him succeed. Besides being intellectually great, the class may boast of men who are known for other things about the school. Among these are " Red " Simpson, the ' varsity track and football man ; the small wrestler and boxer, " Midget " Kohlman; and ' varsity football manager, Marion Legendre. Now, kind readers, I do not think it necessary to enumerate each and every good trait of the entire class, or of each individual; for cer- tainly if you will allow me to make a prophecy, you will hear of every one of these men ere many years have elapsed. Surely, men who start out making such rapid progress as these men of ' 1 8 are doing will not stop very short of becoming great. Edwin F. MaRX, Historian, ' 1 8. (91) (92) Sophomore Arts and Sciences Class Roll Officers . . . Pes ' Jent S. B. DODDS M. J. Lecendre Vicc-PrclJcnl and Treasurer L. L. KOHLMAN Secretary Members J. E. Bailey Si-lc-ntllk-; Class Fnolball |2); Class Track ll), " Jambalaya " Class Representative (21. Walter Carroll SiBma Chi; Literary; Tug-of-War (2); French Circle; Tulane Club; Forum. H. S. Chenet Literary. Beta Theta Pi- Literary; Tulane Club; Class Vice-President and Treasurer ' ' ; Class Pres- Went (2); Tt!-B-nr-War (2); " Jambalaya " Representative (1); class Track (1); Spanish Circle (2): Preslt ' ent (2): Y. M. C. A. L. L. KoHLMAN Zeta Beta Tau; Literary; French Circle (1, 2); Tulane Club; Class -WrestiinE ll. 2); Class Football (2); Class Secretary (2). W. A. Kraemer Literary. M. J. Lecendre ' Jlirm Chi- ' ■■iKma Omicron Pi; . ' Scientific; Class Vice-President and Treasurer (2-; Tug-of- w ? M -;• cmss Wrestling (i • ) ; Class Football (1. 2); Captain Class Basketball Team T- " French Cl ' cle U 21 ; Secretary (21; " Tulane Weekly " (21; Assistant Football Manager (2) Captain Rllle Club (21; Manager Handball Team (21; Tulane Club. E. D. McCuTCHON Alpha Tau Omega; Sigma Omicrnn Pi; Literary; Vice-President and Treasurer Cla-s (11; Secretarv (2); Class Football (11; TuB-of-War (11; Class Track (11; Class resiling (1. - . French Circle (1. 21; Spanish Circle (21; Assistant Managing Editor " Tulane Weekly (- . Manager Class Basketball Team ,1); Winner Freshman Shield; Tulane Club; Polity Club. E. B. Martin Sigma Chi; Sclentinc. E. F. Marks Literary; Spanish Circle; Tulane Club. J. R. Mocre Literary; Forum; Tug-of-War. A. B. Simpson Literary Tug-of-War (I. 21; Captain (21; (Mass Foolball cl. 2l; Captain (21; Class W restling (1 ' ' varsltv Football squad (21; Varsity Track Team (11; " Tulane Weekly " (21; Forum (l! 21; Dormflory Governing Board (2); Dormitory Foolball Team (21. D. W. Stewart l.iierarv; Class Foolball (11; Tug-of-War (21; Class Wrestling (21; Tulane Club (21; Forum, V. M, C. . .; Uormltory Foi.lball Team (21. (93) (94) Freshman Arts and Sciences History • T is little worthy of historical note that annually there enters the Arts and Sciences College of Tulane University a class of boys, called Freshmen; but the present writer is called upon to make history of the fact, that in October, 1915, there resounded through the corridors of Gibson Hall the steady, determined tread of a mighty concourse of stalwart Southern man- hood, that type of manhood on which the foundation of our " Dear Old Olive and Blue, " of this great nation, in fact, is laid. In October, 1915, the Class of ' 19 determined to throw aside the manacles of igno- rance, and with eyes fixed on the goal of high ambition, started at a steady pace the race for the accomplishment of ideal, in which graduation from Tulane is but the first lap; not avoiding, but conquering and completely vanquishing every obstacle in the way, be it great or small, a problem in trigonometry or a Sophomore. (Of course, it is understood that mere trifles like pulling a string a Soft-o-mores through Lake Audubon twice in fifteen minutes, or kicking a football between two goal posts some half-dozen times within an hour, although, if I remember correctly, there were some little Sophomores running behind us chirping, " Please don ' t, " are not worthy of consideration under this caption). Well, after calmly ridding themselves of a few such harmless pests as a fly, a mosquito, and a drove of Sophomores, the Freshmen quickly gained momentum, and now it can be said without the slightest fear of successful contradiction that the Class of ' 19 bids fair to stand at the apex of educational advancement at Tulane University. This fact is self- evident, as all who have looked soberly and thoughtfully at this class of Freshmen, readily agree. However, in needless substantiation, the following evidence is presented: 1. The month after the coming of the Class of ' 19 an announcement was made to the effect that Tulane had been advancd to a front rank among American colleges. 2. In the middle ages the only men who possessed any education or scientific knowl- edge worth mentioning were the monks, who were distinguished from the rank and file of men by a small, round cap, called a skull-cap. Consequently, to-day the skull-cap is a recognized emblem of superior learning. Now, although the Class of 19 has been at Tulane only a few months, it has been announced by the faculty that the members of the Freshman Class, and no others, are admitted to the exclusive " Order of the Skull-cap. " 3. Dean A. B. Dinwiddle announced shortly after the arrival of the Class of ' 19 that the honor system was proving splendidly successful. We ask you, gentle reader, do not these facts proclaim volumes? We modestly refrain from lifting the curtain of the future, leaving that privilege with the reader, who has before him the historical facts, and the true light of an his- torical interpretation, which will show him the brilliant stage of the future, prognosti- cating that new era, when the Class of ' 1 9 shall have emerged, pure metal, unalloyed, from that powerful, refining crucible, TULANE. William S. Callender, Historian. (95) Freshman Arts and Sciences Class Roll Class Officers Macon Edmondson President William Parkerson Vice-President R. E. Milling, Jr Secretary Class Roll Milton Pokorny Adler New Orleani, La. Zeta Beta Tau; Scientific. William Ledyard Alexander Alexandria, La. Delta Kappa Epsilon: Scientific; Tulane Club; Class Wrestling. Howard Tucker Bond McDonoughville, La. Scientific. Robert Edwin Ball Alexandria, La. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Tulane Club; Glee Club; College of Commerce. Frances Xavier Bostick Amite, La. Tulane Club; Spanish Circle: Class Wrestling. Harold Frederick Bott New Orleans, La. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Scientific; Tulane Club; Wrestling. C. AtlEE Breland Bogalusa, La. Literary; Tulane Club: Tug-of- " tt ar. Malcolm McC. Brown New Orleans, La. Beta Theta Pi; Spanish Circle; Tulane Club; Scientific; Secretary College of Commerce. Moise Schwartz Cahn New Orleans, La. Scientific; Tug-of-War. William Seago Callender New Orleans, La. Literary; Tulane Club; Glendy-Burke; Tug-of-War; Class Historian. Henry Bright Chase Alexandria, La. Sigma Chi; Scientific. Garner Greeson Collums Stillwell, Okla. Literary; Tulane Club. Lorenzo N. Dantzler, Jr Biloxi, Miss. Tulane Chess Club. Morris J. Duffy New Orleans, La. Delta Sigma Phi; Scientific; Class Wrestling. Caldwell Dumas Paris, Tenn. Phi Delta Theta; Literary; Tulane Club; Tug-of-War; Class Football; Dormitory Football Team. Edward Macon Edmonson New Orleans, La. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Literary; Captain Class " Wrestling Team; Class President. GusTAVE A. Gondran, Jr New Orleans, La. Tulane Club. TUTTLE Flaspoller New Orleans, La. Phi Delta Theta: Junior German Club. Louis Eugene Grossman New Orleans, La. Literary; Tug-of-War: Class Football. Edward Robert Gschwind New Orleans, La. Scientific. William David Haas, Jr Alexandria, La. Kappa Sigma: Literary: Vice-President Spanish Circle. Edwin F. Keplinger, Jr New Orleans, La. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Literary; Tulane Club; Glee Club. Urban D. Koen New Orleans, La. Literary; Tug-of-War: Manager Class Football. (96) FRESHMAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CLASS ROLL X ' ii.LiAM Martin Lathrop New Orleans. La. I.llirary; Tulnnr rlub; French Clrcks Glee Club; Clns.s WresllliiK. Louis George Lemle New Orleans. La. Zftii lii-tii Tau : LUeinry; (JleiiO.v -Burke; Tulaiie cluh; larf.-f Wi-isUImk; Mennrali. Charles Maurice Lescale New Orleans. La. Delta . ' iKina I ' lil: Selcntlllc. HosEA Webster McAdoo Texarkana. Ark. Srletitllle; I inrmitnr.v I ' oulball Team. Edwin Howard McCaleb. Jr New Orleans. La. Delta Tau Delta; Llterar.v; Glee CluL. Percy L. McCay New Orleans. La. Delta Kajipa l- psilnii ; Literary; Class Fuolball. Jesse Chandler McGee McDonoughvllle, La. ]Jterar -; Tulane Club; French Circle; GU-n iy-liul-ke. Nelson McNeill Valley Mill s. Texas l hl Kappa . ' -iKina; Scientific; Captain ' ai-sily Baseball Team. Thomas Joseph Martin Si. Martinsville. La. I-ilerai. -; French Circle; Tug-ot ' -Wa;-. John Frederick Mayer New Orleans, La. Scientlflc. Robert Edward Milling, Jr New Orleans, La. Beta Theta Pi; Scientific; Glee Club; Class Secretary. Albert R. Moustier New Orleans. La. Delta Pienia Phi; Literary; Tulane Club; Glee Club. N. Henry Nuney. Jr Arabi. La. Literary; French Circle. Waldo Otis Logiown, Miss. Scientific. William Parkerson New Orleans, L a. Beta Theta Pi; Literarj ; Tuiane Citb; Tiig-of- Var ; Class Wrestling; Class Football; ' iC6 President and Treasurer; " Jambalaya " Representative. Noland Reginald Peyroux New Orleans. La. Literary; Tug-of-War ; Class Football. Lionel S. PopkiN Franklin, La. I ltcrary; Glendy-Burke. JuDSON Carey Rives Mansfield. La. Kappa Sigma; Scientific; iipaiiish Clicie; Tug-ot-War; Class Football. Adolph Kaufman Scharff New Iberia. La. Zeta Beta Tau; Literary; Tulane Club; Glendy-Burke; Tug-of-War. Lester Daniel Scharff New Iberia. La. ' Ala. Beta Tau; Literary; Tulane Club; Glendy-Burke; Tug-of-War. Wiley Terrell Simpson Smilhville, Ga. .Sigma Xu: . ' clentlflc. Benedict Curtis Smith New Orleans, La. Beta Theta Pi; Scientific; Tug-ot-War; l lass Football: Varsity Football Sriuad. Felix Robertson Spiller Bayou Goula. La. Scientilic. J. Hugh de la Vercne New Orleans. La. •Scientific; French Circle. WiNFiELD S. Wellington New Orleans. La. .Sigma Nu ; Scientific; Tug-oi ' -War. Robert Wiegand New Orleans. La. Sigma .Mplui Kpsiltiii; Lilerar ; class l-ot.tball. Julian Edward Wolff Washingion. La. Si-lerillfic; Tulane Ch. ' . Justin Vollmer Wolff New Orleans. La. Zeta Ttela Tau; Literary; Tulane Club; Glendy-Burke; Meiioruh; Class Football; Tug- of-War; Class Wrcstllni:. (97) MORTON ARNOLD ALDRICH, PH.D. DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (98) Commerce and Admini ration FOUR YEAR DAY COURSE 1 Officers Robert Edwin Ball President Malcolm McCullough Brown Vice-Presidenl JuDSON Carey Rives . Secretary and Treasurer William Ledyard Alexander Jumhalaya Represenlalive Members Milton Pokorney Adler William Ledyard Alexander Robert Edwin Ball Harold Frederic Bott Malcolm McCullough Brown William Allen Cook Bernard Tuttle Flaspoller Gilbert J. Fortier Edward Robert Gschwind Edwin F. Keplincer, Jr. John Frederick Mayer Nelson McNeill JuDsoN Carey Rives Benedict C. Smith (99) ■ " W . ' mmJ W ' F ;-, p. 1 UJ Q fi U z 35 D m »» : ' L w 1 ,30 jT PW K 3 ;■■-.. ' ML y- 1 O L ■ BACHELOR ■f-;.. ,. .: ' Jf ' f a: o u. Q Q Z (100) (101) WILLIAM HENRY P. CREIGHTON, U. S. N. DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY (102) Senior Technology Class Abraham Brener New Orle La Chemical and Sugar Englneerini,-; Bnginuei-iiig Kock ' ty; ( lasa Fnollmll. Treasurer (3): Edwin Francis Emmer New Orleans. La. Delta SiKma Phi; Jlechanieal and Eleetrieal Englnourlng; Class Football; Tug-nf-Wur (1, 2): Vice-President Class 14); Secielarv Engin. ,i1iik Society (i). James Ewin Florence. Ala Beta Theta I ' l; civil Knglneering; Varsity Baseball d. 2): Varsity Tennis (2); Class Football (1, 2); Class Track (1. 2); Senior German Club (3, 4); Junior German Club (1. 2). ■Eugene Clifford Hawkins New Orleans. La Special Certificate Mechanical Engineer; President Engineering Socletv U): Class Wrestling: Tug-or-War (1, 2): Class President (3); Varsity Wrestling Team; S. A. A. I ' . luS-Pound Champion. (103) SENIOR TECHNOLOGY ' CLASS Edward Lee Levi New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Engineering Society: Vice-Pres- ident class (4): Class Wrestling (1. 2); Class Football (1); Tug-ot- ' War (1, 2); ■■Jambalaja " Representative (4 , William B. Monroe New Orleans, La. Sigma Chi: B.S.. Tulane University: Civil Engineering: Assistant Busi- ness Manager " Tulane Weekly " (2): Glendy-Burke (1. 2. 3): Junior German Club (l-5 : Senior Serman Club (3, 4. 5): Business ilanager " Tulane " CT ' eekly " (3); Tulane Club (3. 4); Y. M. C. A. (1): Louisiana Engineering Society (5); Manager Class Basketball Team (3): Vice- President and Treasurer Arts and Sciences Student Body 14): Assistant Manager Varsity Track (3): Assistant Chief Engineering Summer Sur- vey Camp (41: Tulane Night Committee (5i: President Technology- Student Body. Herbert O ' Donnell New Orleans, La. Chemical and Sugar Engineering: Engineering Society. Shepard Francis Perrin New Orleans, La. Kappa Alpha; Mechanical and Electrical Engineering: Class Wrestling (11: Class Football (1. 2i: Tug-ot-War (1. 2): " Jamhalaya " Represent- ative (3); Class President 14 ' ): Director Engineering Society (4); Assist- ant Business Manager " Tulane Weekly " (4). (104) SENIOR TECHNOLOGY CLASS Maurice Fletcher Petty New Orleans. La. Architecture: Architet-tural Society (3. 4 ) ; Chess and Checkers Club (1-5). Robert Alvin PieRPONT New Orleans, La. Kappa Alpha; Median leal ami Electrical Engineering: Engineering Society; Class Football, Baseball, and Track ; " Jamba lay a " Represent- ative (3) ; Vice-President Engineering Society ( 4 ). Percival Eugene Rooney New Orleans. La, Chemlcnl and Sugar Engineering; Treasurer Engineering Society i i; Secretary Class (4i; Vle._-rresldent (3); American Chemical Society. Green Rives Mansfield. La. Kappa Sigma ; .Median iea I ami Electrical Englneei ' ing; Engineering Society; Class President i3): Treasurer (4 . (105) SENIOR TECHNOLOGY CLASS Horace M. White Alexandria, La Kappa Alpha; Civil Engineering; chief Engineer Summer Survey Camp ' 15; Class President (2). Carl E. Woodward New Orleans, La. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Kappa Delta Phi; Architecture; Varsity Foot- ball (1, 2. 3, 4;: Vice-President Architectural Society; Class Baseball; Class Track; Treasurer Tulane Club; Circus Committee; Enalut Riot (3); Technology Editor 1916 " Jambalaya " ; Varsity Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4). (106) Junior Technology Class History HREE years have swiftly passed since first the doors of Tuiane were opened to our endeavors. And all too swiftly, for now, and scarcely realizing it, we stand upon the threshold of our last — our Senior year — from which we shall go out into the world to seek our fortunes, yet without those guiding hands that have so carefully piloted us over the many reefs and uncertainties of our past. Therefore, let us look back upon the more significant achievements of the earlier years of our college career. As Freshmen we were but Freshmen, gay and giddy, with but little thought save for the present. However, Tuiane was aware of the fact that such a class was within her sacred precincts, and of all Tuiane, the Sophomores were most aware. Even after the first contest for supremacy, that of the Tug-o ' -War, our rival classmen dampened both in spirit and body, knew that they were " in for it. " Each contest was but a repetition of the first, and in the end the Freshman athletes emerged battle-scarred but triumphant. Entering the second year, reduced in numbers, but not in spirit, and greatly strengthened by unity, we prepared to defend our laurels against the oncoming horde of Freshmen. As to physical prowess, they were little superior to their friends, the Juniors. But credit must be given where it is deserved, for in the football game they held our much heavier eleven to a scoreless tie. When it came to brains, if they may be called such, the Freshies were right there with the goods, their debating team quite overwhelming our worthy speakers. The track meet closed our series of inter-class events, and " 1917 " boldly adorned the much coveted " tank. " Then, becoming upper-classmen, we bade farewell to such rivalry and ascended to a more lofty plane, from which we might look upon the strifes of our successors and turn our undivided attention to the affairs of Tuiane. Historian. (107) (108) Junior Technology Class Roll Officers First Term David Weidman V Wilson y ice-PrcsiJenl and Treasurer L. E. Stouse Secretory Members If H R TF l„.Ua Kappa Ep.sllon; Civil Engineering: Tug-of-Wa - (1. =); Wrestling (12) ; Tu ' ane Club • •!)• I nglneering Society (2. 3); Rille Club Treasurer (3): Junior German Club Class EJitor ' •■Jambalaya " (3); Quartermaster of Summer Survey (2); Chief Engineer of Summer Survey (3). F. Becerra M- P- Boulet Mochnnlcal and Electrical EnglncT-rinK. Delta Sigma Phi; Sugar Chemistry. E. A. Berry H. E. Darton Mechanical ami Electrical Engincsring. Civil Engineering. C. B. Dicks, Jr. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sugar Chemistry: Tulane Rille Club; Tulane Club; Y. M. C. A.: Junior German Club: Class Historian (3): Class Track Team (21. H. G. Fritchie M.ihanical anil Electrical Engineering: Tug-ol ' -War (1. 2). U ' . J. GiBBENS, Jr. Delta Tau Delta; Architecture: Tug-of-War ll. 2): Class Football (2): Class Vice-President and Treasurer. J. M. GwiNN, Jr. Mchanlcal and Electrical Engineering; Engineering Society; Tulane Rifle Club; rniverslty Cliorus. G. Hoffman Sugar ( hcmislry; Tug-ol ' -War (2). J. V. JOACHIIVI Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. S. J. Katz Zeta Beta Tau; civil Engineering; Class Football 1 21. J. M Lapeyre . rchiteeture; Tulane . rehitecturai Society. A. J. Leccett, Jr. .Mc.hanlcal and Electrical Engineering; Tug-of- Var (1. 2i; Wrestling (1. 21: Lightweight Champion Wrestler of rniverslty; Varsity Wrestling (1. 2. 31; Class Track (21; Engineering Society. F. Lopez .Architecture; Tulane .Vrchitecturai Society; Secretary (3). S. L. McCoNNELL Delta Kappa Epsilon; Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. Tug-of-War (1. 2); Wrestling (1. 2); Class Football (1); Class president (1); Varsity Football (21. F. McGraw Kuppa Sigma: Mechanical and Electrical Englneorlng; Tug-of-War (1. 2); Wrestling d. 2); Ciaas Football (1. 2); Class Secretary (11; Class Vice-President and Treasurer (2 : Varsity Football (3). (109) JUNIOR TECHNOLOGY CLASS ROLL K. McLeod Kappa Alpha; Jlechanical and Electrical Engineering; Class Wrestling (2); Class Track (2); Tulane Engineei-ing Society (3); T. M. C. A. (1, 2); Assistant Basketball Manager (3). R. H. Mann Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Civil Engineering; Tug-ot-War (2); Wrestling (2); Tulane Club; Tulane Rifle Club; Secretary; Junior German Club; Class Secretary (2); Class President (2); T, M. C. A., Treasurer; Varsity Track; Freshman Shield. A. W. Norman Alpha Tau Omega; Architecture; Architectural Society; President Tulane Glee and Mandolin Club (1); Chairman Junior German Club (2). S. M. Oppenheim Chemical Engineering. W. M. Owen Sigma Xu; Architecture; Architectural Society (1. 2). H. SCHERER Sugar Chemistry; Class Track (2); Tug-of-War (1); Glee Club (1, 3); Manager Tulane Band (2); Delta Sigma Phi. L. E. Stouse Alpha Tau Omega; Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Tug-of-War (2); Tulane Club (3); Glee Club (1); Rifle Club (SI; Engineering Society (3); French Circle (3); Class Secretary (3); Junior German Club; Varsity Track (1, 2). D. S. Watters . Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Civil Engineering; Class Football (2); Intercollegiate Tennis Cham- pion (2 singles, S doubles); Tug-ot-War (2); Rifle Club (3). E. R. Weeks Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. E. Welungton Sigma Xu; Architecture; Tug-ot-War (1, 2); Architectural Society (1, 2); Class President (2); Class Football (l, 2); Class Secretary (1); Class Vice-President and Treasurer (1); Glendy Burke (1). D. W. Weidman Civil Engineering; Class Historian (2); " Weekly " Representative (2); Class Editor " Jam- balaya " (.2); Class President (3). V. Wilson Sigma Chi; Sigma Omicron Pi; Mechanical and Electrical Engineering: Class Football (1): Engineering Society; Junior German Club; Rifle Club; Class Vice-Presdent and Treasurer (3); University Night (1); Tulane Club. A. L. Wolff Zeta Beta Tau; Civil Engineering; Class Football (1, 2); Tug-of-War (1, 2); Class Basket- ball (1, 2); Class Track (2); President Tulane Club (3); Assistant Chief Engineer Summer Survey (3); Varsity Track (2); Varsity Basketball (2, 3). C. J. Wyler Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Tug-of-War (1, 2); Wrestling (2); Class Basket- ball (1, 2). W. H. Zeigler Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Tug-of-War (1, 2); Wrestling (2); Class Football (1, 2); Class Track Team (2); Tulane Band; Tulane Club; Engineering Society; Rifle Club. J. O ' Brien Civil Engineering; Engineering Society; Rifle Club. G. G. MORTHLAND Chemical Engineering; Tug-ot-War (1, 2); Secretary I. O. M. B. A. (2). Dorothy Hebert Kappa Kappa Gamma; Architecture; Architectural Society. H. E. Darton Civil Engineering; Tug-of-War (1, 2); Class Football (2); Tulane Club (1, 2); Engineering Society (1, 2); Rifle Club (3). (110) Sophomore Technology Class History HE class of 1918 IS a wonderful class, yea, some class. After having weathered the rocky course of our Freshman year we have climbed to the dignified and awe-inspiring rank of Sophomore. We number among our ranks many of the coming lights of Christendom; but to continue, after our fearful struggle with the hostile profs of the Freshman year we have been dragged, bitterly contesting every trench, into the misty heights of calculus and physics. Notwithstanding these necessary evils, we have found time to devote ourselves to every line of college endeavor. We have among us many promising athletes, and when it comes to intellect, why, we are all " chez nous. " Our class has done wonders for Tulane; it will take many generations after us to live down the wonderful standard which we have set. This may seem rather overdrawn and egotistical to the reader, but ask any Sophomore and I feel sure that he will agree most heartily. But I am neglecting our tender little charges, the Freshmen. These microbes blew into the city late last fall, about the first of October, I think. The first day one of our cruel classmates showed up with an ounce of insect powder, but the brutal lad was appre- hended before the complete extermination of the class was accomplished. Oh! no, Clarice, the finish of the tug-o-war resulted from a very odd coincidence. The one out- standing characteristic of this germ is its frantic terror of H .O — it frequently consumes its weight in prunes in a day — but the mere smell of H O throws it into violent convulsions. It would have been as easy to destroy a Ford as to have dragged that bunch of bacteria into the pond. When the fumes of that dreaded liquid reached their nostrils they strug- gled like infuriated squirrels. Their terror was so pitiful that we could find no heart to offer much resistance. The wrestling was a crime. Does the gentle reader remember the epidemic of grip which lately broke out in our midst? It was the wrestling. We had notified the Board of Health, and immediately after mussing up a Freshman, our martyrs were fumigated, but, alas, to no avail. It was rumored for some time the football game would be can- celled, but we would have no such stain on our escutcheon, and we put out a team, but of course we chose immunes and not our regular star players. But we have ordered gas masks from Europe, so we are ready for the next contest. Sad to say, we have many more serious things to consider than Freshmen, and we feel sure that we have proven ourselves a hard-working class of young men. Many mis- taken people have the idea that a college lad has an easy and joyful time, but take it from us, if the last two years are like the first two, the hard, cruel world will be a wel- come change. The Historian. (Ill) (112) Sophomore Technology Class Roll Officers First Term . President E. N. EhrharT Vice-President R. J. Vallon o ■ ■ " t E. A. Gastrock Secrelarn-Treasurer M. M. BoATNER . . Historian Second Term President E. N. Ehrhart w r -i. i , , , . Vtce-rresidenl R. J. Vallon c ' ' -r G. R. Hammett SecretaT))-Treasurer Members ' ' ' ■ ' " ° ' " ;,S„S - " r ' la ..eCHca, Kn.i„ee..,n.; Va.sit. W.estUn. Tea„ . Cap.a.n Cass Wres.Mn. Team (.2). " " " DeUa Tmm Epsllcn: Junior German Club; Architecture; Secretary-Treasurer Tulane Club: Architectural Society. J. A. Beauvais Civil Engineering. ' ' " " l Zral::; Electnca, Engineering; Tug-or-.Var O. ..: Class .ootball C; Wrestling (li); Class Historian { ' !). - " MernLl ana Electrical Engineering; Tug-of-War (2,; Varsity Baseball (1); Varsity Basketball (1); Class Basketball (1). Joseph E. Cazeneuve Civil Engineering; Varsity Football (2). M. J. Dreyfus , ,„,. .ela Beta Tau; Civil Engineering; TuE-of-War; Class Basketball (1); Tulane Club (-). Class W ' r. sding (1). Benjamin Joseph Dulany Arehlteelure; Arehilec tural Society; Chess Club; Tulane Circus (1). Eugene N. Ehrhart w„=i,™nn Chemical EnglneerlnB; Class President (1. 2); Student Body Council (L =) f " ' " " ' " R gulauLfcorn ' lt.e e (2): Tulane Circus (1) ; Tug-of-War (2): Class Editor " Jambalaya (1). Solomon Finkeustein civil Engineering. Edward A. Gastrock , .. Chemical Engineering: Tug-ol-War (1, 2): Class Historian tl): Class Editor " Jambalaya U)? Class Foa " ball 2): Secretary and Treasurer Class (2); Tulane Circus 111; Glee Club (2); Rllle Club (2). George R. Hammett Pi Kappa Alpha; Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Class Wrestlmg (2); UnlvcrslO Night in; Tulane Circus (11: Secretary and Treasurer Class (21; Class Editor Jamba- laya " (21. J. Clarence msCH Electrical Engineering; Tug-of-War ,1, 21: Class Football (11: Tulane Circus (II. Clarence Leonard Jones civil Engineering; Tug-of-War. (113) SOPHOMORE TECHNOLOGY CLASS ROLL Errol E. Kelly Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Class Football (2); Tulane Circus (1). Harold Kernan Civil Engineering: Class Basketball (1); Captain Class Football Team (1); Tug-ot-War (1, 2); Class " n ' restling (1, 2). Randall F. Legeai Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Class Wrestling (2). Andrew Moore Lockett Sigma Chi; Architecture; Architectural Society; Chess Club; Class Football Team (2); Class Wrestling (2); Assistant Business JIanager Architectural Annual; T. M. C. A. (2). W. Vance Logan Kappa Alpha; Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Forum Literary Society; Engineering Society. Edward B. Ludwig Architecture; Architectural Society; T. M. C. A.; Tug-ot-War (1. 2); Chess Club; Tulane Circus 111; Class Wrestling (2); Class Basketball (2); Varsity Track Team (1); Class Track Team (11; Glee Club (2). Joseph P. Maguire Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Class Track Team (1). Victor T. Mather Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Class Wrestling (1, 2); Tug-of-War (1). Gilbert S. Mazerat Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. Nicholas Muller Architecture; Architectural Society; " Tulane " n ' eekly " Staff; Y. M. C. A.; Glee Club; Tulane Circus (1 ; Enalut Riot (1); Forum; University Night (1). Julius Slavenko Class Tug-ot-War; Class Wrestling (2); Class Football (2 . Roger P. Sharp Architecture; Architectural Society; T. M. C. A.; Tulane Club; Tulane Circus. Henry Stern, Jr. Zeta Beta Tau; Class Football (1); Glendy-Burke; Tug-ot-War (2); Rifle Club; Engineering Society. James Todd Delta Kappa Epsilon; Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Tug-ot-War fl. 2); Class Wrestling (1 ; Tulane Club; Manager Class Football (1. 2); Class Track Team (1); Varsity Track (1); Assistant Cheer Leader (21; Engineering Society: Glee Club. Joaquin R. Torres .Architecture; Architectural Society. Joseph J. Torre Chemical and Sugar Engineering. Albert M. Voss Special; Tug-ot-War: Assistant Treasurer Class (1). Leo H. Ujffy Mechanical and Electrical Engineering: University Night (1); Engineering Society; Glee Club; Rifle Club. Raoul J. Vallon Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Vice-President Class (1, 2); Tulane Club; Rifle Club. George C. Walsh Alpha Tau Omega: Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; University Night; Class Track Team (1); Captain Class Basketball (1); Manager Class Basketball (2); Secretary and Treasurer Class (1); Kifle Club. William P. York Architecture: Architectural Society; T. M. C. - . Cabinet; Tulane Club; Circus Committee (1); " Tulane " Weekly " : Dormitory Athletic Board (21. Antony M. Zibilich Civil Engineering; Le Cercle Francais. (114) Freshman Technology Class Hi ory Trembling with excitement, yet brave, awaiting their turn to be formally made mem- bers of a real university by going through the awe-inspiring and intricate ceremony termed " matriculation, " the members of the Class of 1919 stood before the gates of Tulane one stormy September morning. They felt especially brave, however, owing to their numbers ; all were there, and such an assortment of labeled goods was never known to beat on the doors of the old institution. Soon after the scholastic year opened, our class was organized, the captains of our various teams elected, and a state of " preparedness " existed throughout the class. How- ever, this was unnecessary, for the slogan of the " worthy " Sophomores was " safety first. " In the first contest between the two classes — the tug-of-war — Captain Passman and his team came out victorious, defeating the Sophomores in record time. The next inter- class contest which was wrestling, while it was lost by the Freshmen, casts no discredit upon the captain of the team, Macon Edmondson; for without the year of training the " Sophs " would have found the task too much for them to cope with. The third contest added another Sophomore scalp to the Freshman belt. In a pouring rain Captain Dave Godat and his gridiron warriors clearly demonstrated their superiority as football artists by easily defeating the Sophomore team. Our class is looking forward with keen interest to the events which follow, and are expecting the same success from our basketball cap- tain, the captain of our track team, and the captain of our baseball team. We have now reached the end of the history. Fate alone knows what the future has in store for us, but come what may, the Freshman of the Class of Nineteen-nineteen will also remain true to the saying, " Never forget a friend and never forgive an enemy. " Woe be unto the Sophomores. HISTORIAN. (115) (116) Freshman Technology Class Roll Officers James Wallace Fassmann President Randolph Cooper West Vicc-PresiJcnl James Jackson Manson Secrclar )-Treasurer Members Felix Alcus sr. E. ; Tulane Club; Enelncoiing i3o- clcty; TuE-of-War; Wrestling Team. Clotaire Adam civil Eiiplnecring; Class Football. Enrique Alvarado M. E. Dennis August Berry jr. , • K. Abe James Bergeron Chcmlinl Engineering: Class Football. Joseph Warren Bourque rl Kaplia .Mpba; II. i ! E. X ' iLLiAM Edward Brown Dilta Kappa Ep.silon; Civil Engineering: Tulane Club. Edwin A. Bynum, Jr. M. E. : " .Tambalaya " Representative: " Wrestling: Tug-or- Var: Engineering So- elety: Delta Sigma Phi. Alphonse S. E. Cassagne ' lvll I ' nglneerinK: Varsity Basketball. Robert Emmet Craig Beta Theta PI: Civil Engineering. Provosty Arthur Dayries Delta Knppa Epslliin: M. E. : Tulane Club. Samuel Leland Dill Helta Kappa Epsllon; M. E. : Tulane Club. Fernando Estopinal, Jr. civil Engineering. James Wallace Fassmann M. •;.- E. : Captain Tug-oi ' -War; Class Wres- tling: Class Football. Louis Joseph Faucheux cbemieal Engineering. Herbert A. B. Frey Chemleal Engineering. IsADORE Daniel Gehr Xeta Beta Tau: . rchltecture: Class oot- ball: Tug-of-War: Architectural Society. Dave Walter Godat Civil Engineering; Captain Class Football. James McCormick Gondran Civil Engineering. Randolph L. Griswold Alpha Tau Omega; Civil Engineering: Class Historian. Henry Daniel Hamilton Kappa Sigma; JI. E.: Engineering So- ciety. Louis Nicholas Hammett Ai-chiteclure: . rehiteelural Society. Harold Jewell Ivens Delta Tau Delta: M. E. : Tug-of-War. Marguerite Johnson . rcbitectur-e: , rehitectui-al Society. Alexander C. Jones, Jr. Chemical Engineering. Chemical Engineering. M. E. Varsity Football Team. Edward James Koch Sigma Alpha Epsllon: M. E. : Cla.ss Foot- ball. Edward Conniff L nphier chemical Engineering. Lawrence McCune JL E. (117) FRESHMAN TECHNOLOGY CLASS ROLL Alden McLellan III. Si ma Alpha Epsilon; M. E.; Class Football; Tug-of-War; Varsity Basketball Squad. Edmund B. Martin Sigroa Chi; JI. E. James Jackson Manson, Jr. Beta Theta Pi; Civil Engineering; Class Football. Joseph Daniel Martin, Jr. [. E. ; Engineering Society. Roy Eugene Mevers M. E. John Edwin Moore Kappa Alpha; Civil Engineering; Engi- neering Society. PORFIRRIO NUILA Civil Engineering. Wallace Francis Pitard Pi Kappa . lpha; 31. E. Albert Juan Ramirez Delta Sigma Phi; .Architecture. John Elben Rau Civil Engineering. Joseph Harry Rau Phi Kappa Sigma; JI. E. Alexander S. Sonntac Chemical Engineering. Thomas Daniel Stewart M. E. Miner Howard Vallas ir. E. George Campbell Walshe, Jr. Alpha Tau Omega; M. E. Randolph Cooper West Delta Kappa Epsilon; Civil Engineering; Tulane Club. John Roland Weston Sigma Xu; Civil Engineering; Class " Wres- tling; Class Football. Edgar Whitehead, Jr. M. E.; Tug-ot-War. Albert Lee Wright M. E. William Emile Wunderlich M. E. James Egbert Wyche Chemical Engineering. Louis Wesley Zeller M. E.; Tug-ot- " War. (118) • •■•••, ••• •■ •• •• " ' S " , " ;» ' • ' ,v ;t» j (119) CHARLES PAYNE FENNER, B.S., LL.B. DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF LAW (120) I The Previously, Now and Soon of 1916 Law BOUT the time that the Lovely Cuts of new 1914 Models began to seduce the Automobilious, the 1916 Model Justinians Busted in on the college, and stood Dear Old Alma on her Ear. This Cluster of studes hung about the Erudition Emporium before the Lunch Hour and Intermittently con- sented to Rest from the Labors of the Night Before in the same Chamber, wherein an Underpaid though Earnest Educator was Picking Flaws in the Jurisprudence. For three Merry Christmasses and Summer Vacations, the Budding Blackstones cried, " This is the Existence! " and even when the Brain Factory did Business at the Old Stand, the Two-a-Days held forth, the Burlesque wasn ' t suppressed, and the Movies were Continuous — so there were Compensations. And yet these lads Mucilaged to their Col- lege Duties, which consisted m Vigorous Modeling at Football Afternoons, Fussing the Fair, and Ever and Anon, with accent on the ever, Coating the City a Colorful Carmine. Some of the Underdone Marshals strained the Bulging Biceps in Rude Contests of Force with Misguided Devotees from Neighboring Didactic Dispensaries. Some few Brave Spirits, on Rare Occasions, or in Moments of Remorse, read a case in a Mys- terious tame, which was seldom on Speaking Terms with the Ardent Seekers, but which same they carried around with Felonious Intention to Deceive the Trusting Pedagog. After three seasons of Successful Failure, the Embryo Attorneys were to be Dumped Out on an Innocent and Law-abiding Community, despite the Loud Wails from the Profession, and the Quiet but Determined Efforts of the Underpaid though Earnest Edu- cators, to prevent the Exodus. The Gala Day advanced at a Trot. After a few Propositions, that had filled the Asylums with Jurisconsults, had been Nonchalantly settled by the Ivory-topped As- pirants lor LL.B., and after the Dear Directors of the Mental Process had Registered Despair on Perusing the Vacuum Papers, the Vast Auditorium Broke Out in Potted Palms, and Proud Progenitors fought for Favored Positions. Then to Crashing Chords up the Central Aistle, the Angel Band did a One-step in their rented Nightgowns and Nobby Lids, with a Dingus tickling their Red Ears, while Pater, Mater, and Various Deluded Ascendants and Collaterals Lighted up the Dark Corners with their Beaming Countenances. Then it was all over, and the Fertile Fields of the Practice were Oozing and Exuding the pure coin of the Realm, that can be Exchanged for Tin-Lizzies, Cigars and othei Creature Comforts (so it was rumored.) But never did the Nimble Nickel nimb with Greater Facility than it did out of the Clasp of Pursuing Genius. (121) But most of the Miniature Mansfields hung on hke a Dissolved Trust, some appear- ing before one Bar, some before another Bar, and eventually Choked the World into Submission, and Proceeded to Extract the Reluctant Pocketbook. Having the Wherewithal, the Arrived Brainy Boys all got Attached to Blown-in-the- Bottle Angels, and Lived Happily for Quite Awhile, Pensioned the Underpaid though Earnest Educators, and never forgot Alma. Herman Lion Barnett, Historian. i (122) Senior Law Class Philip Charles Altman New Orleans, La. First Year Law Moot Court; Law Debating Clul ; Varsity Basketl)all (1. 2, 3), Captain (3); Tulane Menorah Society. James Henry Bruns New Orleans, La. Phi Delta Pill; Sigma Chi Captain Tulane Tennis Team Percy Egerton Brown Arcadia, La. B.A., Tulane Universll}) Forum (1, 2. 3. 4. 5. 6), Vice-President (3). Pres- ident (5); Law Debating Club (n. B. 71: Class Track (1, 2): Class Football (3); Varsity Track (2. 4. C. 7); Dormitory Football |7 ; Class Historian (41; Captain-Elect Track Team ifil; Secretary Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (6); Chairman Dormitory Governing Board (7); Oratorical and Debating Council (7); Polity Club (7). Herman Lion Barnett New Orleans, La. B.A., Tulane Univcriil f Zeta Beta Tau; I ' hl Beta Ka|ip " : Kappa Delta Phi Student Kdllnr Southern Law Quarterly; Vice-Pres- ident Law Class (I); Presld. ' nt Polity Club; Vice- President Student Body (4): Tulane Society of Eco- nomics; Varsity Debate (3, 4); Varsity Basketball; Varsity Track; Varsity Debal. ' Coach; Tulane Fo- rensie Club; Chairman Oralorlcal and Debating Council 111; Class Historian 1 1, 2. 3, 4i; Speaker Glondy Burke Literary Society. (123) SENIOR LAW CLASS Norman Leslie Carter New Orleans, La. Delta Kappa Epsilon Law Debating Club (1); Tulane Club (2, 3. 4J, President c3); T. A. A. Board (3); Tulane Nigit Committee (4). Everett S. Fick Winnfield, La. Kappa Alpha: Phi Delta Phi Varsity Football (1. 2, 3r, Varsity Track tl, J, 3); President T. M. C. A.; Law Editor " Jambalaya " (3). Matthew A. Grace New Orleans, La. Law Debating Club; Vice-President (2 ; Freshman Law Debating Club. Martin James Kahao, Jr. . . New Orleans. La. A.B., Tulane University Delta Tau Delta Varsity Debating Team (1). (124) SENIOR LAW CLASS Garrett L. George Denison, Te Beta Thela PI; Phi Delta Phi: Sigma Onii.Tcri Pi; Kappa Delta Phi Class Editor " Jambalaj-a " (1); Vice-President Aca- demic Class (2); Captain Tug-of-War (2); Varsity Football (2, 3. 4, 5); Captain (-1); President Junior Law Class (4); Assistant Manager Track Team (4). Manager (5); Vice-President Tulane Club (i»); President Pan-IIellenic (5 . Samuel Worth Garrett . . Hot Springs, Ark. Joseph L. Killeen New Orleans, La. A.B., Loyola Unlversii}) Kappa Sigma; Phi Delta Phi Varsity Football (I. S) : Secretary-Treasurer Class r2); Glee Club (I): Vnivei-sily Chorus Ml): Tulane Xlght (ll; Enalut Riot 1 1. 2 : Author " Tulaus ' Punctured Romance " : I ' nivei-sily Night (21; First Year Moot Court (1 : Law Debating Club. Archibald T. Higgins McDonoghville, La. Sccretary-Treasurei- Class (3); Seer. i.ii -Treasurer Law Student Body (S); Oratorical ami DebatinK Council (31. .s. A. A. U. 125-Pound Wrestling Cham- pion. 1916. (125) SENIOR LAW CLASS Selim Barnett Lemle . . . New Orleans, La. A.B., Tulane University) Zeta Beta Tau Polity Club; Glendy Burke; President Tulane Me- norah Society; " Vice-President Law Class (2). Charlton H. Lyons Melville, La. A.B., Tulane University Kappa Alpha; Phi Delta Phi Varsity Basketball, Manager (S); Class President (1); Vice-President Law Debating Club; President Y. M. C. A.; Forum Literary Society; Tulane Polity Club. Sumter Davis Marks, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. A.B., Tulane University) Beta Theta Pi; Phi Delta Phi: Phi Beta Kappa; Kappa Delta Phi Secretary T. A. A. Board; Varsity Football (2. 3, 4. 5), captain (3); Managing Editor " Tulane Weekly " (3); Editor in-Chief " Tulane Weekly " (4); President Pan-Hellenic Council (3). Wm. Henderson Norman New Orleans, La. A.B., Princeton University Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Delta Phi (126) SENIOR LAW CLASS Jonathan Jennings Peters . . Winnfield, La. Kappa Alpha President First Year Moot Court: President Law Debating Club; President Class (3); President Law Student Body; President Student Councii. Ex-Offlcio President General Student Body 13); Polity Club; Tulane Night Committee; Glendy Burl e; Y. M. C. A. Lamar Polk Alexandria, La. Sigma Chi; Phi Delta Phi Varsity Football Squad (3). Morris B. Redmann New Orleans, La. A.B., Tulane Universil)) Vice-President Class (2); Associate Editor Southern Law Quai " terly. Wm. Franklin Rosenblum . . New Orleans, La. Law D liating club l 1. i:. HI, i rcsldtnl Ct); Forensic Club; Oratorical ami Debating Councii; Varsity De- bating Team O. - ' i ; " Jambalaya " Class Editor t2). (127) SENIOR LAW CLASS Walter Goetz Wedig . . . New Orleans. La. First Year Moot Court; Law Debating Club; Glenay Burice; Tulane Menorah Society. Rudolph John Weinmann . . New Urieans, La. A.B. Tulane University Kappa Sigma; Kappa Delta Plii Louis Hano Yarrut New Orleans, La. Law Debating Club ll, 2. 3); Tulane Band (1. 2); Glendy Burke. (128) o i a: o Q Q Z O U u. w a: (129) (130) Second Year Law Class Roll Class Officers Samuel Adams Trufant, Jr Praidenl Frank Thomas Doyle. Vkc-PresiJcnl George Tinsley Gilmer Sccrclar ) and Treasurer Louis Lee Abbott, Jr. Class Roll Dawson Allen Johnson A.H. Tulano fnlvcrsily ; PI Kappa Alpha; Tulam- Nisht; Enalut Riot: Class Foot- liall 11); s«-nlor German Club; First Year Mciipt Cciurt. Edward Vincent Boacni Kappa Alpha; Law Debating Club (2); Tulane Club (2). Sumter Peter Cousin A.B. Tulane University: Sigma Xu: Phi Delta Phi: Kappa Delta Phi: Chairman Oratorleal and Debating Council (2); Sec- retary-Treasurer Class (1): Law Debating Club: Student Editor Law Quarterly; Sec- retary-Treasurer Tulane Polity Club; Se- nior German Club. Frank Thomas Doyle I ' lii I-Cappa . ' iK la; Class Vice-President (2 Robert Burns Fisher Chess Club (2); Tulane Club; Forum; Board of Editors Southern Law Quarterly (2): Polity Club (2); Class Editor Jamba- laya (2): Law Debating Club (2): First Year Moot Court: President C. C. D. A. P. E. George Tinsley Gilmer A.B. Tulane University; Kappa Alpha; First Year Moot Court; Tulane Club; Fo- rum: Board of Editors Southern Law Quarterly; Polity Club (I. 2): Tulane So- ciety of Economies: Secretary-Treasurer Class (2): Law Debating club; Class Foot- ball Team. Frank Joseph Grunewald Law Debating Club (2); Class Football (1). Henry Louis Hammett A.B. Loyola University: Pi Kappa Alpha; President First Y ' ear Moot Court; Forum (1. 2); Senior German Club (1, 2): Law Debating Club (2); Polity Club (2); Board of Editors Southern Law Quarterly (2): Oratorical and Debating Council (2); Car- not Debate 12): Tulane Club (2). Warren Emory Holloman Kappa Al] ba: Moot Court. Vice-President First Year Henry Lester Hughes H.A. I.oul.ilitna State University; Nu: Cla.ss Presiilent (1). Sigma A.B. Tulane University; Kappa Sigma; Glee Club (3): President and Manager Mandolin. Banjo and Guitar Club (3); Y. M. C. A. (3-C); Vice-President Class (1): First Year Moot Court; 200-Pound Club. Lawrence Edward Kerwin Sigma .Mpha Epsilon: Class Football Team. Victor Kaufman Kiam A.B. Tulane University: Zeta Beta Tau; Board of Editors Southern Law Quarterly (2): Law Debating Club (2); Tulane So- ciety of Economics; Forum (1, 2); Me- norah: Tulane Club (3, 4, 5). Clarence deLucas Law Treasurer Burke. Debating Club: Glendy- JuLEs Claude Meraux Delta Sigma Phi: Law Debating Club (1, 2); First Year Moot Court: Varsity Foot- ball Team (1); GIcndy-Burlce (1, 2); French Circle (1. 2): Spanish Circle (1. 2); Back-Steps Club. Benjamin Wentworth Miller Delta Kappa Epsilon: Junior German Club (1. 2); Tulane Club (1. 2); Law De- bating Club (1. 2); " Tulane ' ' eekly " (1); Class Football (1); Back-Steps Club. Neil Gordon Nuttall Phi Kappa Sigma: Law Debating Club. Salvador Roccaforte Law Debating Club (1. 2); " Tulane Week- ly " (2); First Year Moot Court. Joseph Rosengarten Class Football (1); Law Debating Club (1, 2); Menorah; First, Year Moot Court. Ramond Henry Saal Treasurer First V Football 11). •ar Moot Court: Class Samuel Adams Trufant. Jr. Sigma Chi; Class President (2); Class Football (1); National Committee Inter- national Polity Clubs: Ford Peace Party. Julius Howard Wiener Secretary Law Debating Club t2): Class Football (1); Glendy-Burke (2); Menorah (2); Tulane Club tl, 2): First Year Moot Court ; Vice-President C. C. D. A. P. E. (131) (132) Fir Year Law Class Roll Officers L. E. Hall President Manning Heard Vice-Prcsidenl Hebert Weil Secretary Max Schaumburcer Treasurer Class Roll Alexander S. Allain New Orleans. La. Law Debating Societ.v; Basketball Squad. Eva L. Atkinson, B.A New York Jacob F. Baer New Orleans. La. Glendy-Hui-ke: Menorah; Law Debating Society. George Wiltz Billups New Orleans, La. . lpha Tau Omega; Chess and Clieckei ' s Club; Rille Club; Glendy-Burke; Tulane Club; Junior Girman Club; Law Debating Club. Posey R. Bowers Gulfpori, Miss. Alpha Tau Omega. Benjamin Palmer Davidson New Orleans, La. B.S. Tulane ' IB; Sigma .Vliilia Epsilon; Law Debating Club; Glendy-Burke. George J. Ginsberg Alexandria, La. Law Debating Club: Glendy-Burke; Menorah; Class Weekly 1-tepresentative; Chair- man Executive Committee Tulane Menorali. Luther E. Hall, Jr Baton Rouge, La. Signiii . lpha Epsllun; International Polity Club; Tulane Society ol " Econoirrics; Law- Debating Club; Glendy-Burke: Class President. G. B. Harrison, Jr New Orleans, La. Kappa Sigma: Glendy-Burke. Manning Wright Heard New Orleans. La. Delta Kappa Epsiloii; Law Debating Cluli: CIi-tuly-Burke: Class Vice-I ' resiilent. L. R. Hewitt Mansfield, La, Kappa Sigma: Class Secretary ' II; Class President ' 15; Giendy-Iiurke. Wm. K. Jenkins Shrevepori, La. Slgnta .M] ha ICpsllon. Philip A, Miller New Orleans, La. Delta Tau Delta; Law Debating Club. (133) FIRST YEAR LAW CLASS ROLL Edgar T. Morris . . ._ New Orleans, La. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Sigma Omicron Pi; Junior German Club; Senior German Clulj; Tulane Club; A arsity Tennis Team. Ledoux R. Provosty New Roads, La. Phi Delta Theta; Sigma Omicron Pi; A.B. Spring Hill College; Junior German Club; Law Debating Club; Glee Club; Polity Club; Tulane Club; Glendy-Burke. Eugene Davis Saunders New Orleans, La. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Junior German Club; Tulane Club; Glendy-Burke; Law Debating Club. Henry Charles Schaumburg, Jr New Orleans, La. Law Debating Club; Glendy-Burke. Max M. Schaumburger New Orleans, La. Varsity Debate ' 15 ; Speaker Glendy-Burke: Tulane Society of Economics; Secretary Oratorical and Debating Council ; Class Secretary-Treasurer; Law Debating Club ; Tulane Forensic Club; Carnot Debate; General Business Manager " Tulane " tt ' eekly " ; Varsity Football Squad; Tulane Rifle Club; French Circle; Spanish Circle; Tulane Press Club. John Walton Sherrouse New Orleans, La. Phi Delta Theta; Glendy-Burke; Law Debating Club; Junior German Club; Mandolin and Guitar Club. James D. Simon, Jr St. Martlnville. La. Glendy Burke; Law Debating Club. John Lemuel Toler Biloxi, Miss. Beta Theta Pi. Rudolph Waldo New Orleans, La. Glendy-Burke ; Law Debating Club. Herbert S. Weil New Orleans, La. Alternate Varsity Debate ' 15; Tulane Society of Economics; Polity Club; Tulane Ora- torical and Debating Council; Secretary-Treasurer Glendy-Burke; Law Debating Club; Class Editor of " Jambalaya " ; Tulane Club. William A. West, Jr Norwood, La. Phi Delta Theta; Kappa Delta Phi; Sigma Cmicron Pi; Manager Football Team ' 15; Business Manager " Jambalaya " ' 15; Editor-in-Chief " Jambalaya " ' 16; Managing Edi- tor " Tulane Weekly " ' 15 ; Senior German Club; Alternate Varsity Debate (4). William B. Hamilton Shreveport, La. Special Student; Sigma Alpha Apsilon; B.A. University of the South; Sergeant-at-Arms Law- Debating Club. Conrad Bauer Alexandria, La. Zeta Beta Tau; Business Manager " •Jambalaya " 16 ; Law Debating Club. Robert Clark Natchez, Miss. Phi Delta Theta. (134) C5. »Vof3{«».-rw TUUQIL ' IlEDm: (135) ISADORE DYER, PH.B., M.D. DEAN OF THE SCHOOLS OF MEDICINE AND PHARMACY (136) Senior Medical Class History MBUED ith the spirit of our worthy predecessors, Aesculapius and Hip- pocrates, and with the fervent wish that we, like those two estimabU gentlemen, might write our names indelibly on the pages of medical history, the present Senior Class of 1916 knocked submissively at the doors of the Tulane Medical Department for entrance. Having matricu- lated and entered upon the threshold of our medical career, we calmly proceeded to show our professors what a brilliant body of men they were to have the honor of teaching. Little did we realize what we were about to enter — the broad expanse that confronted us and the numerous invisible problems of life that must be solved. Having " cast the die, " we traveled on in our insignificance with our heads thrown back in the position of opisthotonous and accosted each professor with a smile, all the while trying to hide our inmost feelings. Many a one amongst us would have " thrown up the sponge, " but for the fear of having been called a quitter. As time wore on and our knowledge grew, confidence was restored to us and simul- taneously our Cranii began to hypertrophy. By the end of the Freshman year we knew more medicine than any of our teachers, or rather we thought we did. Surely we were destined to be numbered among the world ' s greatest physicians and surgeons. Then came the one continuous " nightmare " — the Sophomore year. Our confidence in ourselves was once more rudely shaken and we swore that if we were allowed to finish that year creditably, we would never return to the uptown campus again. At last, we were beginning to realize of how little importance we were. With much concentration of mind and grinding we finally managed to " weather tire storm, " and the majority of us were allowed to enter the Junior year unconditionally. ( " Not neurologically speaking. " ) Upon our entrance into the third year we all resolved to take advantage of every fleeting opportunity. Daily we were made to appreciate the importance of being skilled in the branches of medicine and surgery. To attain this end we have all conscientiously striven, being led by the all powerful hand of our great " Masseur-Petriseur " and " over and over again, " receiving stimulation through DIGITALIS, the therapeutic GIANT indicated in every one but three of a series of seventy-five cases, our path was made less formidable. In the three cases mentioned, the contra-indications were so pronounced that upon following up the previous medication the mortality was sixty-six and two-thirds per cent. Death resulting in these cases from " BLOCK. " Then, " by the way, " gentle reader, we passed from the digitalis era into the " strychnine-atropine " era. It is impossible to prognosticate the mortality resulting from these drugs so early after their administration, but thus far no untoward symptoms other than those of " cerebral irritation " have developed. If further symptoms should arise (137) there is one drug we should always remember as proving useful in such cases if rendered in its mciximum total dosage. When all medication fails, the aural administration of a little " KI-YI " by old Dr. " Hoshkosh " from " Keokuk, " should be tried. The best of treatment in the most skilled hands often proves futile, and there may be a few who will have to be transferred to " KINGS " ward. In couclusion we may say that even though we assumed an agnostic attitude in the beginning, " blease, schentlemen, we hope that our attainments, however small, have been so indelibly impressed upon the minds of those before whom we have " passed in review, " that they may deem each of us " CHAPPIES " worthy to participate in " Plant- ing of the Ivy. " Historian. (138) Senior Medical Class WiLMER Baker Jena, La. Ali)ha Cmcga Alpha Stars and Bars; Vice-President Class (Ji: Piesi- dent Y. JI. C. A. (2). Benjamin Baskinski Macon, Ga. Zeta Beta Tau; Alpha -Mu iiyir.a; Alpha Omega Alpha Stars and Bars; Secretary and Treasurer of Class (3, 4): " Jnnibalaya " Repl-esentatlvi- (3). John Y. Bartholomew . . . San Francisco, Cal. M.D.. College of Ph iicians and Surgeons, San Francisco Alpha Kappa Kappa Edwin Eugene Benoist . . . Natchez, Miss. B.S., Tulane Universil ) IMil UfUa Thfta: Phi Chi Junior Gorman Club ill; (llciuly Biii-ke Literary Society (2). (139) I SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS Edgar Joseph Beranger . . New Orleans, La. B.S., Tulane University William L. Bendel .... Lake Charles, La. Alpha Mu Sigma Menorah : Chairman Ivy Day Exercises. Webster Whitall Belden New Orleans, La. Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu " Jambalaya " Board (2). William Paul Bordelon . . Lake Charles, La. Editor Dormitory Edition " Tulane Weekly " (1, 2). (140) SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS Eleazar Robinson Bowie . . . Uniontown, Pa. SB.. Univcrsil)) of Chicago. 1910; M.D.. Hahne- mann Medical College, 1914 Phi Kappa Slema Solomon Ralph Boykin Puckett, Miss. Honor council. University of XIis.sissii i»i, Henry Beechum Burdeshaw . . Dathan, Ala. Malcolm Irvin Brewer . . . Aberdeen, Miss. Chl Zcta Chi (1-tl) I SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS Enoch Callaway La Grange, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Kappa Xappa ■ Presiaent of Class (2). Alfredo A. CanTU . Piedras Negras Coah, Mex. B.S., St. Louis College Pierre Numa Charbonnet . New Orleans, La. Phi Delta Theta Junior German; Senior German; Instructor in Pathology (4). Joseph R. Chisolm . . . Marion Junction, Ala. A.B., Ersl ine College Phi Chi " Jambalaya " Board (2). (142) SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS Arthur W. Fegtly Wichita, Kan. Kapici Psi John B. Ferran, Jr New Orleans, La. Delta Omici-on . Iph.i Henry Lawrence Gardiner . . Gueydan, La. I ' hi li.ta I ' l Charles Edward Garratt . . Hot Springs, Ark. SiKiua . lplia Epiiilun; Kappa Psi " Jambniaya " Representative (2). (143) SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS Upton W. Giles Commerce, Texas B.Sc, A.B., East Texas Normal College Phi Chi Samuel D. Henderson . . . Halstad, Minn. A.B., Universily of Michigan Kappa Sigma: Xu Sigma Xu Mandolin and Guitar Club (1); " Tulane " Weekly " (3 : ■•Jambalaya " Board (4); Picture Commit- tee (4). Aynaud F. HebeRT . . . French Settlement, La. B.S., Tulane University Alpha Omega Alpha Stars and Bars. Ben Rufus HeningeR . . . Fort Worth, Texas Alpha Kappa Kappa (144) y - y " (HM »lf WflH Fnpu-iu™ Ite4 y SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS Joe Israel New Orleans, La. Chi Zeta Chi Chairman Invitation Committi-e (4). Albert Charles Jackson . . . Notasulga, Ala. B.Sc Univenil ) of Alabama Ivappa Psi Allen Johnson McGregor, Texas Chi Zola Clll George Mitchell Jones . . . Smithville, Texas B. Sc, A. and M. College of Texas Kappa Sigma; rlii Ilt-ta ri (145) SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS John Arthur Keyton Dothan, Ala. Karl Frederick Kesmodel . . Carbon Hill, Ala. Kappa Psi Kenneth William Kinney . . . Astoria, Ore. Thomas Joseph Kirwin .... Alexandria, La. Ph.C, University of Michigan Delta Tau Delta; Nu SigTna Nu (146) SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS Willie Frank Krone .... Columbus, Miss. •Vlpha Mu Sigma Louis Zellick Kushner . . Lake Charles, La. . lpha Mu Sij2Tna JK ' iior.ah: Tiilani.- Band (J): Lt-ailer Tulane Band (o). William G. Milholland . . New Orleans. La. KaiMia siKTiia: I ' hi Hi ' ta Pi Vaisit.v Fuotliall (1 . James Louis Locascio . . . New Orleans, La. Ph.C, Tulane t nii ' trjilji (147) SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS Edwin Mayer Levy Franklin, La. Alpha Mu Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha Stars and Bars Alfred Lawson Lewis Amite City, La. Eric Leanial Major .... New Roads, La. Phi Beta Pi ROBT. LampkIN Maness . . Honey Grove, Texas Kappa Psi (148) SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS Thomas Wm. Martin . Lake Charles, La. Aljiba Kappa Kai)pa Football ' 09 William P. McKay Red Springs, N. C. Pill Chi William Joseph McLean . . Plainview, Texas T. A. A. IJI: nasoliall Team i2); Baseball (31: Captain t: iii Teant (:{). ' Dixie " McCrossIN Birmingham, Ala. B.S., University of Alabama Alpba Tau OniOKa ; I ' lil Chi; . lpha Omega Alpha Stars anil Bai ' s: Peiilm- Oi-rmaii Club. (149) SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS Edgar Freeman McCall . . . Abilene, Texas B.Sc, Tulanc University Phi Beta Pi Vice-President Class (1); Editor Forum ■11- ' 12; Chairman Cap and Gown Committee (4). Bathune F. McDonald . Neches, Texas Roger John Mailhes . New Orleans, La. Delta Omicron Alpha Captain Jletlical Tracli Team (1): Varsity Basket- ball (1. 2. 3); Manager Varsity Track Team (2). Milliard Eve Miller . New Orleans, La. phi Delta Theta Class President (1): Vice-President Senior German Club (1); President Senior German Club (2). (150) SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS Adam W. Montague, Jr. . . Fort Worth, Texas Aljiha Kappa Kappa Tulane Band (2); Manager Tulane Band (3); Vice- President Class (4). Clyde Leon Morris . . . South Greenfield, Mo. Nu Sigma Nu Emile Naef New Orleans, La. Di -Ua ' I ' jiu I-Jellii : Alpha Kappa Kai p;i. Senior (Ii ' inian lub; .lunioi- ' . rinan t ' lub. RuFFiN Alexander Paine . . Mandeville, La. Delta KappiL n:pRllnn; .Mpha Kappa Kappa Class President (1); Vuislly Baseball (1. 2, i). (151) ! M3 SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS James Howard Park Mexia, Texas. Ph.C, Tulane Unlversil Kappa Psl Class President (3). BUFORD K. PaRRISH, U. S. N. . . Mansfield, La. Ph.C, Vanderbill Kappa Psi United States Navy; Class Secretary and Treas- urer (2); Class President (4). FaRRAR Parker New Orleans, La. Phi Delta Theta Senior and Junior German Club. Presley Louis Pound Linneus, Mo. Nu Sigma Nu (152) SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS John Galbraith Pratt . . . New Orleans, La. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Nu Sigma Xu Class Niglit Committee (4). Clarence C. Randall . . Marion Junction, Ala. A.B., Univenily of Alabama. ' 12 Pi Kappa .Vlpha: Plii Chi; Alpha Omicron Alpha Varsity Bnsoliali (1. 21. Jesse Dean Riley Montrose, Ark. Maurice S. Rosenthal . New Orleans. La. B.5., Tulane Univer il]) Alpha Mu SiKiiia: . lpha Omega . l]tlia Stars and Bars (133) SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS Benjamin C. Rush . . . Mississippi City, Miss. Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi P. P. Salter Evergreen, Ala. A.B., B.S.. Unhersiiy of Alabama Phi Gamma Delta; Kappa Psl; Alpha Omega Alpha Stars and Bars; Instructor in Physiology (4). William James Sandidge . Haughton, La. Pleasant Addison Taylor . . Robberson, Okla. B.S., University of OI(lahoma Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Beta Pi; Alpha Omega Alpha Instructor in Anatomy (1, 2, 3, 4). (154) SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS Reynold C. Voss New Orleans, La. Delta Omicron Alpha Glee Club (1, 2). Samuel D. Weaver De Lion, Texas Phi Chi; Alpha Omega Alpha Stars and Bars; Assistant in Anatomy (1, 2, 3 : Class Etllior " Jambalaya " (1, 2): Manager Tennis Team (2). Graner Grady Whitley . . Corpus Cristi, Texas L. B.. Bay Vieiu College Kappa Sigma; rhi Beta PI James Clinton Willis, Jr. . . Shreveport, La. B.S.. Cenlenar ) College of Louisiana Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu (155) SENIOR MEDICAL CLASS Robert Edward Windham . . Merry Ville, La. Varsity Track Team (1, 2, 3); Vice-President Class (3). George W. Wright Monroe, La. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Alpha Kappa Kappa William H. Wynn Marianna, Fla. Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu Junior anf - Senior German ' 1, -, 3, 4). (156) Junior Medical Class Hi ory ' HIS class, according lo the class just above it, is always looking for something easy and getting it. We agree with 1 them on their first thoughts, but haven ' t found anything I easy yet, and from the way things look, and from what graduate doctors say, we are not due to find anything easy this side of death, and t hen if we have to go below, I ' ll bet the chief will put us in some laboratory and give us something to draw. We are very thankful for this respite though, and we want to wish all the good artists of the Sophomore Class the best of luck in pulling through. We are having an easy time, or would be having an easy time if it were not for the semester examina- tions next week. We approach them with fear, but by the kindness and sympathy of the professors we hope to pass them all up and to be ready for a little rest. This is a lazy class, just like all the rest, so lazy in fact that we haven ' t taken the trouble to make any history. We have resolved to do better next year, to make more history, to study our work during the year rather than the two days before exams, to never again get up and leave an exam, to never again get up and out early before vacation starts, to never question the sincerity of the instructor, to do our work every day as though we enjoyed it, and want to learn something rather than to seem that we are driven to it. This and we resolve to remem- ber the kindnesses of the Seniors and promise to do likewise unto the Sophomores. HISTORIAN. (157) (158) Junior Medical Class Roll Officers Emmett L. Irwin President Eugene D. Harding Vicc-Prcsidcni W. Clifton Royals Secretary W. R. ElDSON Treasurer Members J. C. Adams Kosciusko, Miss. rill KiipiKl I ' si; Kiippi I ' si. E. E. Allegeyer .New Orleans, La. SIsm.i Nu; I ' hl Chi. T. N. Black, Jr New Orleans. La. Pill Bitii PI; Stuflonl AssLsliitU in Pliy.sinlngy. W. E. Barker, Jr Plaquemine. La. . " Igma Xw: I ' lii Bpt!i Pi: .V.B. ft. .=lrini ilnu3 Cnllpi; " . C. W. Barrier, Jr New Orleans. La. PiBm.-i . i] lKl Epsilon. F. T. Beatrous Donaldsonville, La. W. R. ElDSON Enterprise. Ala. Pill Bol.-v PI. - S- Evans Houston, Miss. Phi Delia Thola: Phi Chi; B.?. V-tiivolsily of Mississippi; Junipr Oernian W. N. Floyd Middleton, ' Mo. A. V. Friedrichs New Orleans, La. Phi Kappa fiBiiia; I ' hl Chi; B.S. I.oyohi rniVLTslty : .Juiiioi- CJoinian: . •.nior Gi-niian - H- f " " " = New Orleans. La. Phi Bc-ta PI. f- L. Fenno Plainfield, N. J. Kappa .SlKma; Phi Chi: Basketball llanager (21: Track ill; ■■.lanil.alava " Ropiv- selltativo i ' l). ' T. T. GaTELY New Orleans. La. Bita Thfla PI: Phi Chi: . .B. I.,iyola Cnivrisil v ; Vaisllv Footliall CM ■• M. Gage ■ Columbia. S. C. Phi Chi: Varsity Basfliall (1, 2). E. C. Hancock New Orleans. La. E. D. Hardin Tosmsuba. Miss. Chl Zola Chi; .Mississippi CclloKf. F. A. Howell Balon Rouge. La. Phi Bi-lla Tlii ' Ui: Kaiipa I ' sl. J. j. Irs ' ing . M ( 1 I ■ - ' INcw Orleans. La. Phi Beta PI: U.S. SI. flanlslaus CoIIoko. E. L. Irwin . - r . i Clinton. La. Kappa Alpha: .M| ha Kappa Kaiipa: H.. . Lniilsiana . luU Unlverally. J. P. Jones ' r i m Camden. .Ala. . ' ilKnia Nu; Phi Chl. W. A. Knolle ,„j„,, . -p„ , Chl Zola Chl. Waltir E. Levy New Orleans. La. Zeta Beta Tau: ' Jambulaya " RcprestiiUKivo (! : Tulnno ClU ' inlcal Sock-tv B Tulano University. (159) JUNIOR MEDICAL CLASS ROLL Sulphur, La. S. B. Lyons Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Pi; S. L. I. I. of Lafayette, La. L. A. Ledoux Pi Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu; Loyola University. . „ . »; ... Plaquemine, La. F. A. Meyer r . n a i. „.,,,,. ... Dardanelle, Ark. E. M. McKenzie Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Pi. q , _ _ La. G. A. Mayer Phi Beta Pi. Q , „3 La. A. M. Menendez . " - ... New Orleans, La. J. C. Menendez PI G- . . . HeBln, Ala. J. R. Morgan Phi Beta Pi. Cordele, Ga. O. G. McKenzie ' ' ' „ Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Kappa Kappa; B.S. MeriCan Male CoUe ge . J. C. McSween, Jr. . . , Y,- m ' " ' " " ' ' ' . " ' . ■ • Yorklown, Texas L. W. NOWIERSKI Alpha Kappa Kappa; University of Texas. K ' t N C M. C. Parrott ingson, Kappa Sigma; Kappa Psi; University of North Carolina, . J. A. Perez ., rS-o ' " ' " ' ' ' r ' ' ' ' ' ' " " " ' ' • • Alajuela, Costa Rica M. D. RoYAS Y Delgado " J Ph.C. University of Michigan. „ „,j Kl r R. B. Rankin Kappa Psi; University of North Carolina. Orleans, La. J. W. Rosenthal Alpha Mu Sigma; B.S. Tulane University. Jackson Miss W. A. Rogers Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Pi; B,A, Orleans, La. George de Reyna Loyola University. w-. -ll 1 „ „ . n .... FarmerviIIe, La. G. A. Ramsey C R " ALS ' ' ' ' ' ........-■• Meridian, Miss. „, c " ' " ' ' " ' ' ' ■ .... Baton Rouge, La. W. O. SCHUTZMAN Delta Omicron Alpha. . „ J. M. Singleton, }r ■ Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Chi, Franklin, La. D. N. Silverman Alpha Mu Sigma. Fordyce, Ala. J. S. Stell Phi Beta Pi; A.B, and B.S. Ouachita College. Jackson Ala C. H. Savage Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi; A.B. and B.S. Marion Institute, Jeaneretle La F, S, Tarleton Jeanere e, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Beta Pi, . E. B. TURNACE - Mississippi College. Braxton, Miss. A. G. Touchstone Phi Beta Pi. Anniston, Ala. S. S. Underwood Delta Tau DeTTa; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Varsity Football (1. -). Shipman Ala R. R. Ward ' • ' ' B.S. University of Mississippi. (160) Sophomore Medical Class History FTER one year ' s endeavor to develop an acute " observation and discern- ment by using our God-given gift of reason, " the Sophomore Class fell into a maelstrom on the 29th of September and, being bombarded from every angle, find ourselves with an exceedingly high blood pressure and have about concluded that our encephalon is a conglomerated, hetero- geneous mass of gelatin, and on carefully percussing, get an amphoric tone — a la Gage an absolute vacuum. 1 here is some class to this Sopho- more year! During our Freshman year a box of bones, Morris ' s Anatomy, microscope and the gentle voice calling " Chappies " caused us to wonder how a man ever reached Seniordom. In spite of all these troubles the year was a success and most of the class returned as Sophomores. Spurred on by ambition and cognizant of the necessity of being thorough in our work the milkman often catches us trying to run tracts through the brain stem or writmg up the four hundreth Chemistry experiment. However, to be thorough is impos- sible, and we trust that some day the Sophomore year and war will not be so much alike. The personnel of the class is good and the spirit of altruism prevails instead of egoism. The class stands together in the conflict, shooting and getting shot — a miniature European war. We have both strong and weak men, some of which we ho pe to see standing at the top notch of the medical profession, and we trust that the future holds success in her grasp for every man in the class. The acquaintances of our Freshman year have ripened into genuine friendship which we trust will continue during our college days and throughout life, and while we are here together may we have high and noble ideals — " strike at the stars, even if we lose our hatchet. " O. R. Thompson, Historian. (161) (162) Sophomore Medical Class Roll Class Officers M. L. Brenner ' PrcsiJcnl J. D. Rives Vice-PrcsiJcnl O. R. Thompson Hislorian R. H. PcTTS S:cretar )-Trcasurcr J. E, Isaacson Jamtala a Rcprescniaiivc Class Roll Claude Moseley Baker Louisiana Clii Zfta Chi. Harold Abel Bloom Louisiana B.S. Tulane L ' 7iiverslly ; Class Mlstnrlan (1). L. Arthur J. Brznnan Louisiana Milton Louis Brenner Texas Phi Kappa Psl; Kappa PsI; Class Vlcp-Presklcnt (1); President (i; ) ; Unlversily t- ' tu- (lent Council 12): iMedical Football Team. Albert F. Burcis Louisiana Delta Cniicriin Alpha. Sam Charles Cohen Louisiana Francis A. Copp Florida A.B. ; Phi Beta PI. Reginald F. Cox Virginia I ' l Kappa Alpha; Phi Beta Pi; Kappa Chi. Barney A. Credille Texas B.L. ; . Ipha Kappa Kappa. Albert G. Davis . Florida M.S. U. L. DWYER . Kansas Alpha P.sl: Nil ?is;nia Nu ; D. V. M. Edmond L. Faust Louisiana Kappa ?iKnia; Phi Chi; Vii-f-Pr?sl lcnt Prt-Jled Class; Pecretar.v Class cli; Varsit.v Track (1. 21 : Varsity Fonthall 12); Assistant Tennis Manager (1); Manager (2); iriMlical Football Team; s. . . . . f. jnic Recoid Holder; Tulane Mile Record Holder. William J. Fleury Louisiana Otto L. Freeman Louisiana A.B. ; I ' hl Bita Pi. Alfred C. Gage South Carolina " A,iosor. " Elmer H. Hansen North Dakota I ' nivi ' rsit ■ of Chieago. Frank Chavicnay Hava Louisiana Julius Emanuel Isaacson Louisiana . lpha Mu Sigma; " Tuiani ' Wei-kiy " tl. 2); " Jambalaya " Repnscntatlve ll. S). Harry B. Jacobson Arkansas . Ipha Mu Sigmn. Harry Dare Jerwick Arkansas .Ota Beta Tau; H. A. A. V. Champion Heavyweight Wiestler; Var ' ltv Fonthall (1, 2); Medical Football Team. (163) SOPHOMORE MEDICAL CLASS ROLL Roger Edmond Knolle Texas Chi Zeta Chi. Paul A. LeBourgeois ■ . Louisiana Sigma Nu; Phi Chi. Charles W. Lewis Louisiana . .B.; Beta Theta Pi: Phi Chi; Medical Football Team. Clarence A. Lorio Louisiana B.S. ; Alpha Kappa Kappa. Douglas C. McBride Louisiana phi Beta Pi. J. P. McCluskey Louisiana Kappa Psi. Charles W. Millender North Carolina A.B. ; Phi Delta Thtta; Nu Sigma Nu. Porter Mixon Alabama B.S. ; Phi Beta Pi. Alfredo Ortiz-Romen Porto Rico Phi Chi Delta. Duncan Parham Louisiana Sigma Chi; Phi Chi. Edward S. Peterman Louisiana Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu ; Medical Football Team. Albert B. Pitkin Louisiana Nu Sigma Nu. Robert H. Potts Louisiana Kappa Psi; Class Secretary-Treasurer (2). Ellis Powell Georgia Urbane Ramirez Porto Rico Florence S. Richardson Louisiana James D. Rives Louisiana B.S.; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Chi; Vice-President Class (2). Enrique Rodes Havana, Cuba Ph.G. ; Medical Football Team. Theophilus E. Ross, Jr Mississippi A.B. ; Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi. Millard L. Smith Alabama Delta Omicron Alpha. Otis R. Thompson Georgia Ph.B. ; Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa. William Cecil Tisdale Alabama A.B. ; Kappa Psi; Medical Football Team. Leo Willard Tucker Louisiana Delta Omicron Alpha M. T. VanStuddiford, Jr Missouri B.S.; Kappa Alpha. Charles Henry V oss Louisiana A.B. ; Kappa Psi; Medical Football Team. Arthur W. West Mississippi Irving J. Wolff Louisiana A.B. ; Alpha Mu Sigma; Alpha Chi Sigma. Alvaro a. Yznaga Cuba (164) Freshman Medical Class History ' ACK. of every organization there glows the radium of an ideal — an irrepressible, centrifugal force which stimu- lates and acts as a mighty agent in the accomplishment of the great deeds of history. Nations and men for all ages have been possessed of it; their use or abuse of its power can best be traced by the records they have left. Those who have cherished and fanned the flame with an eager fervency are reaping the reward of renown in their respective fields of endeavor. A mighty force indeed, indeed, is an ideal — with each success the flame exultantly leaps higher, nor does it die down with the disappoint- ments of the struggle. True, it may smoulder, but lies ever ready to again flame up as the occasion arises. The Freshmen are possessed of just such an ideal. It is the ambi- tion of each member of the class, some seventy-five strong, to diligently apply himself to the duties in hand as he goes through the walls of Tulane. By so doing, he hopes to reach that summit of ambition — a true disciple of health to the nation, capable, alert, and conscientious. And keeping their ideal before us, we feel sure we shall stand at graduation four years hence, men and women with ideals well worthy of praise of our instructors. HISTORIAN. (165) (166) Freshman Medical Class ;Roll Officers V. Cefalu I rciiucnl M. W. Stewart .... . Secretary and Tfcasufcr Members R. E. AvcocK J. E. Depuy P. S. Perkins P. M. AWTREY, X Z X H. B. Ellinger, " I ' A e J. N. POCHE Eugene Armstrong H. V. Faris J. K. Parish, Jr. I. Alderete F. R. Ford H. J. QUINN D. Bean J. D. Gladney T. L. Renny R. W. Blackmar, K A. J. Grefer W. W. Reynolds J. D. BURKHEAD E. Gallaway R. C. Scott, A K K J. E. BussY A. Hoffman P. W. Seals M. J. Brady L. H. Hoover, . K K Miss C. Stoddard W. R. Brooksher, Jr. R, A. Hale M. W. Stewart J. C. Bruner B. M. Johnson E. SiLVA. Jr. Mrs, M. p. H. Bowden H. L. KiTTs E. P. Terrell C. Bearteau WiLKS A, Knolle A. R. Thomas F. R. Brunot R, S. Kramer A. N. TiMON A. A. Care R. Lopez H. R. Unsworth, ■! A e V. Cefalu S. C. Lyons, I K 2 M. VOLCAS B. W. Cobbs F. E. LEjUNE.t Ben R. B. Wallace T. C. Crowell H. L. McLaurin C. J. Wishsar R. Comas M. L. McClung W. W. WiLKERRSON B. S. Clay S. F. McIntosh, Ben E. T. White H. S. Crockel J. C. MCCULLAH E. B. Yerby, I. K r J. A. DlLLMAN Jno. McGuiRE E. L. Zander Z. G. Malsch K B. Manhoff » T. E. Meyer J. B. MiCHON . ' . Mocabcab J. S. Mooney H. W. MiLLMlNE, N 2 N H. E. MuRRY, K S, A K K Mrss Aldea Maher F. R. Mora, Jr. J. S. Parker W. H. Parsons. 2 A E C. C, Perdue, ! A ♦Withdrawn fSpccial (167) CHARLES LOUIS CHASSAIGNAC, M.D. DEAN OF THE POST-GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE (168) a: iZ z u Oi D O H (169) (170) Pre-Medical Class Officers George Kirby Sims PrcsiJenI Edmond Suchon II Vicc-PresidenI and Treasurer J. Lesley Taylor. Jr SecrclarX) Alfred L. Adam Edith Barrett H. Beckley F. A. Blanchard ' arsit. - Football Team. Walter Blum Zfta Beta Tau. F. B. Blackmar Kapi a Alpha. G. Battalora A. J. Bourgeois J. A. Boyd W. P. Brown. Jr. DeM.a Kappa Ei)siIon. V. G. Buchanan J. H. Carter P. B. Cappel C. Ball Julius M. Davidson L. Dodd H. French Frank Gallo E. S. Garrett F. E. Guthrie Knppa Sl ma. Sam Hobson, Jr. Julian Hawthorne Kappa .Mplia. Guy Heath w. j. hubener Class Roll C. V. Jones C. U. Johnson L. Jaubert Aaron Katzenstein DoucLAS Kerlin A. A. KiDD Kappa Sigma. Arthur F. Kimball . Ipha Tau Cinega. Karl Ledbetter W. M. Lathro? Don S. Marsalis O. O. McClure W. W. McMiNN Pill Kappa Stigma. Olin W. Moss Sipni.a , lpha Kpsilon. H. D. Ocden Jules B. Ratau Joseph Ruby Chester O. Smith E. A. Socola J. W. Stinson S. S. Sternberg Vm. F. Thompson R. Wagner W. A. Wagner J. N. Weil (171) o z 3 J 3 m u 3 S 5 o s u 2 O I o I (172) _1 H El O _1 5 o 2 I] (173) WILLIAM KENRY SEEMAN, M.D. DEAN OF HYGIENE AND TROPICAL MEDICINE (174) (175) Senior Den tal Class History ' HEN the Dental Department enrolled the Freshman Class of 1913-14, the matriculants represented several States, as well as a few foreign countries. Among these new stu- dents were men who had deserted various positions with the ambition of becoming Dentists. They took up the study of Dentistry not only because it would elevate them financially and socially, but because they were fond of the kind of work this profession affords. Therefore, the members of the class became hard and persistent workers and soon were receiving considerable praise from both dental and medical professors. Indeed, this class was at once rated as the equal of any preceding one. Not only were these ambitious students excellent in theory, but were skilful workers in the dental laboratory. Thus, during the Freshman year, this class established quite a record, and was determined to main- tain the same standard throughout the course. The class started the Junior year with fewer members, but with the same determination which had won favor for it during the previous year. The brilliant record was upheld, and upon entering the clinic all proved as efficient in practical work as in theory. As Seniors the class was increased by the addition of a few trans- ferred students, but the same high standard prevails and this class will go forth as one of the best equipped that has ever left Tulane University. D. K. Henry. (176) Senior Dental Class Edward D. W. DeanE Bridgetown, Barbadoes " ned " Psi Omega As Cod intended, so lei it be understood — a man " Ned, " the human broach holder, halls from the far-off British West Indies, and is very loyal to the Union Jack. He Is a strong supporter of the Allies, and upon completing his course will enter the dental corps of the British army. Although an admirer of American girls, he failed to find " thee " girl, each lo ' e affair proving negative. Charles G. Dugas Paincourtville, Louisiana " dugey " Psi Omega Love lies in a Tifoman ' s eiies. And lies, and lies, and lies During his Junior year, " Dugey " was Secretary and Treasurer of the class, and was a momber of the Varsity baseball team. 1911-1915. He Is an expert diagnostician of Pyor- rhea Alveolarls. " If gums bleed, they got It, ' His in-actice was limited to tlebutantes. Charlie expects to practice In the wilds of T-oulslana. Robert L. Griffith Monticello, Mississippi " red neck Eal, drinl(, and be — careful • ' GrlfT " came lo ua from Vanderbilt. and I« a member of the Benedict. With his equip- ment. Wf see no reason why he should not do well as an Orthodontist. Walter C. Ha ' A New Orleans, Louisiana " haver " Psi Omega Cast lh f bread upon the Hfoter, for thou shall find il after many Jay Hava is a native of Lnulsiunii. and after studying nn-dlcine two years decldod to study dentistry, and entered the Junior class In 1911. Several times during the session Walter answered eight-thiity roll call, devoting much time to his pompadour. By dlllKont work and eagerness to loarn, ho soon becftme quite prollrlent In his chosen profession. (177) SENIOR DENTAL CLASS D. K. Henry Henry, Louisiana kajin " There ' s manij a good thing lost h} not asJ ing for it " Kelly, " our class historian, has teen an excellent student, a hard workei-, and ever ready to learn. After following the plow in his early youth, the idea of becoming a professional man loomed before him. Thus he concluded to devote his supreme intellect to the relief of suffering humanity. Henry is the guy who put the " back " in Bacteriology. L. D. R. HoUK New Orleans, Louisiana Kappa Alpha All great men thinly as I do After attending Louisiana State University, Houk entered the Department of Dentistry, where he has been a diligent student throughout the entire course, and hopes to be a real dentist when he grows up. C. Gould House Lake Charles, Louisiana DOC " The simple helieveth everi; word, hut the prudent man loo eih well to his going Ladies and gentlemen, we take great pleasure in introducing to you " Doc " House, who is renowned throughout the laboratory as the greatest Exodontist in the South. He came to our midst from the wilds of Calcasieu, Lake Charles being the metropolis which boasts of his habitation. He is a speed king, and a member of the Benedict. Possessing all these qualities, we hope that some day he will be a real dentist. A. Logan MagrUDER New Orleans, La. ' SMILING mac " Kappa Alpha Laugh, and the World laughs with ou ; Worl y and you wor alone f " Mac " is the President of the Senior class, and represented the Varsity in baseball in 1914-1915, being Captain of the team in 1915. Logan inherited a desire to become a pro- fessional man, and entered the Dental Department. He is well liked by the members of his class, who predict a grand success for him. (178) SENIOR DENTAL CLASS Fred W. McClure Jacksboro, Texas " silent mack " Teach a jusi man and he iui7 increase in learning " Mack " comes from North Texas and is a quiet, unassuming, and honest young man. and " Is one made of the sterner stuff, upon whom vc can depend for the best that is in him. He is just like his roommate. Trigg, " we don ' t lliink. " T ove leaves its mark on all men. Frederick is badly scarred up. Benjamin J. Martin Anderson, Texas ' bennie " He that toolelh his 0Ti n horn, the same shall be looted " Bennie " is another A ' ' anderbilt man who joined us in our Junior year. Martin has per- formed three unsuccessful apicoectomy operations, and, although not a specialist in Ortho- dontia, he takes great pleasure in answering the roll cull. He collected some large fees for his dental operations before the alarm clock rang. AlPHONSE C. B. MeynIER New Orleans, Louisiana ' minnie Psi Omega joffre of the Class " Mlnnio ' was Vice-President of the Fresliman class, 1IH3. and Vice-president of iho Sludi-nt Body in IHl-U He entered the Freshman class with some knowledge of dentistry, and during the throe yt-ars has proven cciual to the task, for he is ri ' gardod as being one of the best and most persist ciu wi»rkers in the class. " A! " was i|» ' iti a uinihler In the ,!4 innasiuni during bis Freshman year. Harry M. Nolan New Orleans. Louisiana " tottie " Psi Omega Base female deceiver, let ihvself he gone Harry onlla New Orleans hfs home, but lives in , !glers. His earni-stneas and personality have won for him a wide populai-lty among the students and faculty. Wo i redicl for him rt great future In Oral Surgery, be having gained fame during Ills Senior year In treating fractures, and what li tak..s lo mak - bridges, hi- has — instruments. He has been honor- ably mentioned in llie Hall of Kanu- as u hidy-klMer. (179) SENIOR DENTAL CLASS Thec. M. OTerRALL Natchez, Mississippi teddie " Wine, tvoman. and song; Oh, death, ' D here is th siing? Theo, after spending his Freshman year with us, sought a change of climate and cast his lot with Loyola. Having found things not to his liking, the desire grew upon him to return to his former classmates. Thus, he matriculated for the Senior year with us. He is quite a dispenser of Oil of Cassia, and is a profound admirer of Richmond Crowns — after they are made. Hazel G. Price New Orleans, Louisiana " hazel " A merry heart doeih good I ' e a medicine Miss Price is the second young- lady to take up the study of dentistry in Tulane University, and from the beginning has made a brilliant record, having led the class, in theory. By her keen sense of humor and jovial disposition, she has been a favorite among the student body. She held the office of Secretary and Treasurer of Student Body during the Fresh- man year and was Secretary and Treasurer of the Senior class. Victor M. Rosenthal Tampa, Florida " rosy " In days gone by it was " Wine, woman and song " ; now it ' s " Cocf lail, chicl en and turl ey trot " " Rosy " was the mainstay of the Varsity football team in 1913-1914-1915. He came to us as a transfer from the Medical Department and was very fond of Prosthetic Technic. He cared not for exposed pulps; What he was after was results Oli ' IER J. SoNGY Wallace, Louisiana snogy " How long wilt thou sleep; when wilt thou arouse out of thy sleep? " Snogy, " " leaving the cane plantation, entered Tulane to take up the study of dentistry. and the only disagreeable study in his course was Anatomy — he simply could not stand the odor. (180) SENIOR DENTAL CLASS Oscar B. Taylor Hondo, Texas " buddy " All the uorld loves a lover Cscav was Secretary and Treasurer of the Freshman class and Vice-President of the Senior class. Me came from West Texas. After a few months he discarded his sombrero and chaps and began to look like a real human being. Chemistry was a ■■walk-over " for him. v Chemistry doing the walking. He has distinguished himself in the clinic, and bids fair to become an etTlclent dentist. Although he is ethical in every sense of the word, he has devoted tjuite a bit of time and thought to ■ ' Price. " He was a special examiner at tlie Oriihan . sylum. B. E. Trigg Texarkana, Arkansas TRIGGY Let your conscience be ])our guide Trlge was a member of the Vai-slty baseball team In 1;»11. He did well in his I ' reshman year, especially Chemisti-y; In fact, he did so well he took up the study more In detail. By his wit and humor he has made many friends. One good habit of Trlggs ' was, he seldom went out during the first hours of the night, always coining In early in the morn. Trigg will specialize in Pyorrhea Alveolarls. Benjamin F. Walton L; aurel Miss sissippi WALTON 7 " iJ) mo es V) ' s a candle lo ( iji merit Waltoti was reared in Mississippi, and took upon himself the task of acquiring a pro- fessional title, and spent his Freshman and Junior years at the .Southern Dental College, and Is now a member of our Senior cljiss. Walton Is a good worker, and on foil llllings he Ja NO beginner. He was the " Casey Joties " of the class, and an ai-dent admirer of ih-- fair ae.x. Oh, you standing collar: Rov Whitf.. Ph.G. New Orleans, Louisi BOB WHITE Psi Omega As long as truth is nal(ed, people Tuill continue to tal(e liberties n i( i her After receiving a rh.G. degree from the New Orleans College of Pharmacy, Roy entered Tulane In this great ilepartment, an l held several resi onslble oftlces during the time — Pres ' ldent of the Freshman and Junior classes, and President of the Student Body during his Senioi- year. ' ' Wliite comes recommended as a good pill-roller, and leaves us as a good dentist, having applied himself well, and In for all there was to learn. Roy was ver.v popular among tho students, ami during his leisure hours oxtracted teeth for the " good ' people of (Irelna. (181) SENIOR DENTAL CLASS Theodore Wilson Comaguey, Cuba " grandpa " dm as sober as a judge Wilson, a ihemtier of the Benedict, and the Senior nieniber of the class, came to us from the far-off Island of Cuba, and numbers his friends by his acquaintances. Although he was not a rapid worker, he was a skillful and diligent operator and a strong believer in anepsis. , -Wilson made- a good V-icGr-President -during our- Junior year, and was a good worke. for : ' the welfare of the class. A plot was planned to rid him of his beautiful whiskers during his Freshman year, but a skillful tonsorialist was not available, hence he is still the proud possessor of them. " (182) TOP DOCK SCENE BOTTOM CANAL STREET (183) (184) Junior Dental Class Roll Officers Alney Austin PrciUlenl J. A. Wainwricht VicQ-Pres ' uknl D. M, Prowell Secrelars-Trcasurcr F. M. Isaacson . . . jcmhalaya Reprcscnialive Members Alney Austin Collins, Miss. C. M. Davison New Orleans. La. E. W. HUNCATE Palestine, Texas F. M. Is. ACSON New Orleans, La. P. O. Landry Delcambre, La. ' J. M. Lima Guatemala L. Holt MaCEE Abeline, Texas V. D. McArthur Pace, Fla. D. M. Prowell New Orleans, La. R. Rubinstein New Orleans, La. R, A. Thompson Luicher, La. J. A. Wainwricht Bernice. La. J. S. Waterman New Orleans, La. (185) (186) Freshman Dental Class Officers T. C. Biccs President H. L. MaceE Vice-President A. J. Bartlett Sccretar}) Members James W. Andrews Clinton, La. A. J. Bartlett New Orleans, La. Sigm.i Nu. Jfs. Bertucci New Orleans, La. T. G. BiCGS Grayson, La. Psi Omega. Haim Gittlman Cairo, Egypt B. Hope Prallsville, Ark. M. F. Jarrell Crowville, La. Psi Omega. J B. Lescale New Orleans, La. Psi Omega. Ramon Lopez Cabo Rojo, P. R. Plii Chi Delta. S. M. LuFKIN Almore, Ala. Henry L. Macee Smilhdale, Miss. Psi Omega. M. S. Mayer Winnsboro, La. R. S. McKeithen Grayson, La. Herbert H. .Meyer New Orleans, La. H. L. Robinson Holum, La. John B. Robinson Holum, La. A. RoZAS Chalaignier, La. Abelardo Rrodriquez Havana, Cuba Carmelo Rrodriquez Havana, Cuba Fernando Rrodriquez Havana, Cuba R. J. ScHAEFER New Orleans, La. Wilbur D. Trellue Patlerson, La. I ' hl Jvappa Sigma. V. E. Trundle Port Arihur, Tex, George A. Warner Havana, Cuba O. A. Wolf New Orleans, La. (187) i i i iSiiv , (188) F raternities at 1 ulane University ACADEMIC Kappa Alpha Delta Tau Delta Phi Kappa Sigma Sigma Chi Kappa Sigma Pi Kappa Alpha Alpha Tau Omega Phi Delta Theta Beta Theta Pi Sigma Nu Sigma Alpha Epsilon Delta Kappa Epsilon PROFESSIONAL Zeta Bfta Tau Delta Omicron Alpha Kappa Psi Alpha Kappa Kappa Nu Sigma Nu Phi Chi Phi Delta Phi Chi Zeta Chi Alpha Mu Sigma Phi Beta Pi Pei Omega HONORARY Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Omega Alpha Stars and Bars Kappa Delta Phi Olive Wreath NEWCOMB COLLEGE ACADEMIC Pi B iETA Phi Phi Mu Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Delta Pi Chi Omega Nah Sukham Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Alpha Theta HONORARY Phi Beta Kappa Cap and Gown (HI) First Row — Westfeldt, Craig, Sessums, Landon, Haines, Flower Second Rom — A. Vairin, Lombard, Glenny, Kent, Bernard, Saunders Third Row — Parham, Dill, White, Pardonner, Janvier, Thompson Fourth Row — Bayle. Walshe, Ellis, Wocan, A. Vairin, Denis Fifth Row — Brown, Ellis Settoon, Parker, Caffery (192) Pi Beta Phi Founded 1867 LOUISIANA ALPHA CHAPTER OF PI BETA PHI Eslabislied 1891 In Faculty Mary Butler Fannie Eshelman Craig Active Members Adeline du Montier Bernard, ' 16 Virginia Dill, ' 16 , Regina Janvier, ' 16 Sara Jeannette Pardonner, " 16 Dorothy Eudora White, ' 16 Caroline Spelman Wogan, ' 16 Fanny Hampton Craig, ' 17 Grace Gurley Denis, ' 17 Edith Glenny, ' 17 Catherine Cafferv. Julia Ellis, Marguerite Butler Ellis, Ruth Palmer Flower, Alice Reeves Landon, Janet Reid, " 16 LuciLE Marie Lombard. ' 18 Virginia Parker, ' 18 Charlotte Galliher Sessums, ' Margaret Adolpha Sharp, ' 18 Susan Dorothy Thompson, " 18 Nathalie Lebeuf Settoon Gyfford Knight Haines, ' 17 Doris Kent, ' 17 Mildred Parham, " 17 Laura Elizabeth Saunders, ' 17 Aphra Vairin, ' 17 Arthemise Vairin, ' 17 Regina Buck ' Walshe, " 17 LuLiE Westfeldt. " 17 Mary Lee Brown. Edith Bavi.e. (193) First Ro-D — Bres, Hill, Hall, M. Renshaw Second Row — Raymond, Chalaron, E. O ' Niell, S. Renshaw Third Ron — FoRTiER, Snyder, Garland, Gillean Fourth Row — K. O ' Niell, Madison, Sumner, Beard (194) Alpha Omicron Pi Founded 1897 PI CHAPTER OF ALPHA OMICRON PI Established 1693 In Faculty Sue Katherine Gillean Dacmar Renshaw Le Breton ACTIN ' E Members H, ZELLE Beard, •16 S, •R BrES, Grace 16 Gillean, •16 C LARA Hall, ' 16 Erin O NlELL, SOLIDELLE •16 Renshaw, •13 Jennie Snyder, •16 Lillian Fortier , ' 17 RiETTA Garland, •17 Jean Hill, Lesjie ' 17 M IDISON, •17 K athleen O NlELL, •17 Mary • Raymond, 17 Mildred Renshaw. •17 M ACDA Chalaron . ' 18 M ry Slmner, (195) First Rom — WiLsON, RiGHTOR, Hyman, Havard Second Rom — Humphreys, Walmsley, Kidd, Parsons Third Rom — Rucan, Sexton, Ross, Ayres Fourth Row — Jordan, Slagle, Wogan (196) Chi Omega Founded April 5, 1895 at University of Arkansas Colors: Cardinal and Straw Puhlication : " The Eleusis " Floivcr : White Carnation RHO CHAPTER OF CHI OMEGA Established 1900 In Faculty Pauline Wright Active Members LUCINDA WaLMSLEY Alice Rightor Katharine Havard Mary Ayres Yvonne Ross Margaret Wilson Cecile Wocan Louise Hyman Anna Parsons ELrZABETH Humphreys Gethyn Rucan Dorothy Kidd Augusta Jordan Frances Sexton Nell Rainey Roll of Chapters University of Arkansas Colby College Transylvania University University of Washington Randolph-Macon Woman ' s College University of Oregon Tulane University, Ncwcom b College Jackson College University of Tennessee George Washington University University of Illinois Syracuse University Northwestern University Ohio University University of California Miami University University of Kansas University of Wisconsin University of Nebraska University of Missouri University of Texas University of Cincinnati West Virginia University Coe College University of Michigan University of Utah University of Colorado Leland Standford. Jr.. University Columbia University, Barnard College New Hampshire College Dickmson College Kentucky State University Florida Woman ' s College Kansas State Agricullural College (197) ; Firsl Rom — Foster. Henderson, Michie Second Row — I. Milling, Hester, Stubbs Third Row — O. Milling, Brazeale (198) V Kappa Kappa Gamma Founded 1870 BETA OMICRON CHAPTER OF KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Established 1904 In Faculty Mary Cass Spencer Adeline E. Spencer Active Members July Breazeale, ' 15 Flora Arden Stubbs. ' 16 Alice Odelle Milling. ' 17 Martha Foster, " 18 Edith Louise Henderson. ' 18 Ha " r:scn Hester. ' 18 Ida Milling, ' 18 Trebie Coleman Michie. ' If Co;ton Universily Ba.nard College Adclphi College Cornell Universily Syracuse University Woosler University Ohio Slate Universily University of Michigan Indiana Slate University De Pauw Universily Buller College Illinois Wesleyan Universily of Minneso ' .a Iowa Stale University Kansas Slate Universily Colorado Stale Universily Texas Stale Universily University of California Roll of Chapters Uni-ersity of Oregon Leland Stanford. Jr.. University Victoria College (Universily of Toronto) Universily of Pennsylvania Swarthmore University Allegheny College ■West Virginia University Adrian College Hillsdale College Buchtel College University of Wisconsin Universily of Illinois Northwestern University Missouri Slate Universily Nebraska Slate Universily Tulane University Universily of Kentucky University of Washington University of Montana (199) First Rom — HucK, Fly, Ccolev, Baccich, Quinn Second Rom — UjFFY, Schawe, L. Nairne, Redditt Third Rom — Urban, M. Nairne, Schmedtje, Fry, Augustin (200) Phi Mu Founded 1852 DELTA CHAPTER OF PHI MU Establls ' ied 1906 In Faculty Elizabeth McFetridce Active Members Esther Aucustin, ' 16 Eunice Baccich, ' 18 Sophie Cooley, ' 17 Marion Covington, ' 18 Nora Fly, ' 16 Gladys Fry, ' 17 Margaret Huck. ' 16 Mary Evelyn Kay, ' 18 LlLLlE Nairne. ' 17 Mathilde Nairne, ' 18 LUCILE QuiNN, ' 16 Nina Redditt, ' 16 Theodosi Shaw, ' 17 WiLLiEDEL Schawl, ' 16 Augusta Schmedtje, ' 18 Hermine Ujffy, ' 16 Lylian Urban, ' 17 (201) First Row — Parsons, Joffrion, Howf.ll, Barnes Second Rom — Black, Robinson, B arnwell, Langham, Bancroft Third Roth — LowRY, JoFFRiON, DoNNAUD, Mason (202) j Alpha Delta Pi Founded May 15, 1851 EPSILON CHAPTER OF ALPHA DELTA PI Founded 1906 Active Members Kathleen Black, ' 16 Marie Mason, ' 17 Margaret Lowry Clare Bancroft, ' 18 Irma Robinson. ' 16 ' Harriett Howell, " 18 OuiDA Barnes, ' 17 Leila Joffrion, ' 18 Delzorah Donnaud, ' 17 Emily Lancham, ' 18 Doris Joffrion, ' 17 Adele Parsons, ' 18 Nettie Barnwell Roll of Chapters Wesleyan Female College Macon. Ga. University of Texas Austin, Texas Newcomb College, Tulane University New Orleans, La. Southweatern University Georgetown, Texas Lawrence College Appleton. ' Wis. Slate College for Women Tallahassee. Fla. Judson College Marion. Ala. Brenau College Conservatory Gainesville. Ga. Randolph-Macon Woman ' s College College Park. Va. Trinity College Durham. N. C. Iowa Slate College Ames. Iowa Boston University Boston. Mass. University of Illinois Champaign, III. University of Kansas Lawrence, Kansas Washington Slate College Pullman, X ' ash. Hanover College Hanover, Ind. Wittenberg College Springfield, Ohio University of California Berkeley, Cal. University of Louisiana Baton Rouge. La. University of Ohio Athens. Ohio University of Colorado Boulder. Colo. University of Iowa Iowa City. Iowa University of Missouri Columbus. Mo. Colby College Waterville. Me. University of Nebraska Omaha, Neb. Southern Methodist University ........ Dallas. Texas (203) First Rom — Dreyfus, Aschaffenburg, Jacoby, Weil Second Roll} — Hausmann, Heller, Kohlman Third Row — Lowe, Weiss, Gross (204) Nah Sukham Founded February, 1907 Active Members ■ ' voNNE Dreyfus CORALIE ASCHAFFENBURC Hazel Jacoby Caro Inez Weil Louise Hausmann Ruth Helled Clemence Kohlmann Helen Lowe Gazella Weiss Fannie Gross (205) First Ron — Delchamps, Drouet, Rocquet . Second Row — Barkdull, Neelis, Thompson Third Row — Laurans, Gibbens (206) Kappa Alpha Theta Founded In 1870 ALPHA PHI CHAPTER OF KAPPA ALPHA THETA Established May 16, 1914 In Faculty Ethel Barkdull. ' 06 Gladys Gibbens, ' 14 Nathalie Laurans, " 16 corinne rocquet, " 16 Miriam Delchamps, ' 16 Active Members Cora Neelis, ' 16 Adele Drouet. ' 17 Miriam Thompson, ' 17 Cornelia Laurans, ' 17 Roll of Chapters De Pauw University Indiana Slate University Butler College Vanderbilt University Purdue University University of Illinois Northwestern University University of Minnesota University of Wisconsin University of North Dakota Lawrence College University of Michigan Allegheny College Ohio State University University of Cincinnati University of Pittsburg Cornell University University of Vermont Toronto University Syracuse University University of Kansas University of Nebraska Washington University (St. Louis) University of Missouri University of South Dakota Washburn College Stanford University University of California Swarlhmore College Goucher College Adelphi College University of Texas University of Oklahoma Newcomb College University of Washington Montana State University Oregon State University Washington State College (207) o igma Wmicron ri Pi Woodward GiBBENS Provosty McGraw George Lyons Legendre KiLLEEN West Harrison Wilson Morris McCuTCHON Polk Johnson (208) (209) Finl Row — BoAGNi, HoLLCMAN, Perrin, R. Blackmar, F. Blackmar Second Row — Logan, Gilmer, Pierpont, McLeod, Dr. Prudhomme, Peters Third Row — Hawthorne, White. Lyons, Pick, Van Studdiford Fourth Row — Irwin, Ross, Thompson, Macruder, Houk, Moore (210) Kappa Alpha Founded 1865 PSI CHAPTER OF KAPPA ALPHA Established 1882 Fratres in Facultate Chandler C. Luzenberg, A.B.. LL.B. Clarence P. May, M.D. Charles P. Fenner L. A. Scarborough Robert Sharp. A.M., Ph.D. Dr. Prudhomme Fratres in Collecio academic Sheppard Perrin R. A. Pierpont Kenneth McLeod W. V. Logan H. M. White J. E. Mocre medical E. L. Irwin Ray Blackmar J. W. Willis F. Blackmar T. E. Ross J. Hawthorne T. Van Studdiford LAW E. S. FicK J. J. Peters C. H. Lyons E. V. BOAGNI W. E. Holloman G. T. Gilmer DENTAL L. D. HouK L. Magruder (211) - PSI CHAPTER OF KAPPA ALPHA Roll OF Chapters Washington and Lee University Westminster College University of Georgia Transylvania University Emory College University of Missouri Randolph-Macon College Millsaps College Richmond College The George Washington University University of Kentucky University of California Mercer University University of Arkansas University of Virginia Leland Stanford, Jr., University Alabama Polytechnic Institute West Virginia University Southwestern University Georgia School of Technology University of Texas Hampden-Sidney College University of Tennessee Trinity College Davidson College North Carolina A. and M. College University of North Carolina Missouri School of Mines Vanderbilt University Bethany College Tulane University College of Charleston Central University of Kentucky Georgetown College University of the South Delaware College University of Alabama University of Florida Louisiana State University University of Oklahoma William Jewell College Washington University William and Mary College Drury College , Maryland Agricultural College (212) (213) Firsl Ron} — Carroll SeconJ Rom — PoLK, Perkins, Trufant, Monroe, Parham Third Row — Peterman, Bruns, Lockett, Chase Fourth Rov — Waters, " Wilson, Belden, Lecendre, Martin (214) Sigma Chi Founded in 1835 ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER OF SIGMA CHI In Faculty Dr. S. L. Logan S. S. Labouisse Dr. E, D. Fenner D " - E- P- A. Ficklen Dr. V. C. Smith Dr. Cook Dr. L. B. Crawford Joseph W. Carroll Dr. p. a. McIlhenny Active Members academic Robert Perkins Arthur C. Waters Marion Lecendre Edmund Martin Walter Carroll Henry Chase TECHNOLOGY William B. Monroe Vennard Wilson a. m. lockett LAW Henry Bruns Lamar Polk Samuel Trufant MEDICAL Webster W. Belden Duncan Parmam Stanley Peterman (213) Pennsylvania College Bucknell University Dickson College Lafayette College Lehigh University Pennsylvania Stale College University of Pittsburg University of Pennsylvania George Washington University Washington and Lee University University of Virginia Trinity College, N. C. North Carolina University Miami University University of Wooster Ohio Wesleyan University Denison University Ohio State University Albion College Case School of Applied Science Western Reserve University University of Cincinnati University of Michigan West Virginia University Indiana University DePauw University Butler College Hanover College Purdue University Wabash College Northwestern University Beloit College Illinois Wesleyan University 3MICRON CHAPTER OF SIGMA CHI Roll OF Chapters University of Wisconsin University of Minnesota University of North Dakota University of Illinois University of Chicago University of Nebraska State University of Iowa University of Kansas Colorado College University of Missouri Washington University Vanderbilt University Central University of Kentucky Slate University of Kentucky University of Georgia University of California University of Southern California University of Montana Leland Stanford. Jr., University University of Washington Hobart College Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cornell University Columbia University University of Maine Syracuse University Dartmouth College University of Mississippi University of Texas University of Oklahoma Tulane University University of Arkansas (216) (217) First Row — Kimball, McCutcheon, McCrossin, LeBeuf Second Row — BoYD, Eldredge, Norman, Bowers, Walshe Third Row — Stouse, Billups, Cook, Griswold (218) Alpha Tau Omega Founded in 1865 BETA EPSILON CHAPTER OF ALPHA TAU OMEGA Established in 1887 In Faculty William Alexander Bell. LL.B. Allan Chotard Eustis, M.D. Nathaniel Cortland Curtis, Ph.D., B.S. Randolph Lyons, A.B., M.D. Charles B. Elliot, M.A., M.D. Charles L. Eshleman, A.B, M.D. Lawrence DeBuys, M.D. AcTiNE Members George Wiltz Billups . Edward Davis McCutchon ACADEMIC " 16 Nelvil Le Beuf ' 18 " 18 Charles R. Eldridge ' 19 TECHNOLOGY Wm. Alexander Norman Louis Emile Stouse George C. Walshe .... Randolph C. Griswold . ■|7 ■17 LAW Vm. Henderson Norman " 16 Posey R. Bowers ' 18 MEDICAL d. burkhead ' 19 Dixie McCrossin ' 16 James Boyd ' 20 a rthur Kimball ' 20 Wm. Allen Cook Business Adminislration (219) BETA EPSILON CHAPTER OF ALPHA TAU OMEGA Roll of Chapters University of Florida Washington and Jefferson Emory College Lehigh University University of Georgia Pennsylvania College Mercer University University of Pennsylvania Georgia School of Technology Pennsylvania State College University of Illinois University of North Carolina University of Chicago Trinity College Rose Polytechnic Institute University of Virginia Purdue University College of Charleston University of Wisconsin Washington and Lee University Adrian College Mount Union College Hillsdale College Wittenburg College University of Michigan Western Reserve University Albion College Ohio Wesleyan University University of Colorado Ohio State University Simpson College Kentucky State University Iowa State University Union University University of Kansas Southwestern Presbyterian University of Missouri University University of Minnesota Vanderbilt University University of Nebraska University of the South University of Wyoming University of Tennessee University of Maine Leland Stanford University Colby College University of California Massachusetts Institute of University of Oregon Technology Washington State College Worcester Polytechnic Institute University of Washington Brown University Alabama Polytechnic Institute University of Vermont Southern University Tufts College University of Alabama St. Lawrence University Tulane University Cornell University University of Texas Muhlenburg College (220) (221) First RoB) — W. Wellington, Barker, Owen, G. J. Cousin, Allgeyer Second Roa — S. Cousin, J. P. Jones, C. A. Jones, Weston, Hughes ThirJ Row — Bartlett, Handlin, E. Wellington, Simpson, LeBourceois (222) )igma Founded 1867 Nu BETA PHI CHAPTER OF SIGMA NU Established 1888 In Faculty Dr. Isadore Dyer Dr. Dandruf West Dr. Henry S. Cocram Dr. William D. Philips Mr. C. E. Dunbar, Jr. Dr. S. F. Breaux Active Members arts and sciences A. J. Bartlett Geo. J. Cousin, Jr. C. A. Jones W. P. Simpson W. S. Wellington MEDICAL E. E. Allceyer J. p. Jones W. E. Barker J. P. Walker P. A. LeBourgeois LAW C. V. Handlin H. M. Hunter W. M. Owen E. Wellington J. R. Weston TECHNOLOGY Sumter Cousin H. L. Hughes (223) BETA PHI CHAPTER OF SIGMA NU Roll of Chapters University of Virginia University of Missouri Washington and Lee University William Jewell College University of North Caro lina Missouri School of Mines North Carolina College Washington University Delaware College University of Oklahoma Vanderbilt University Kansas State Agricultural College University of Kentucky University of Texas University of Georgia Louisiana State University University of Alabama Tulane University Howard College University of Arkansas North Georgia Agricultural College Colorado School of Mines Mercer University University of Colorado Emory College University of Nevada Auburn Polytechnic Institute University of Washington Georgia School of Techi nology University of Oregon Stetson University University of Montana Bethany College Brown University Ohio State University University of Maine Mt. Union College Washington Stale College West Virginia University Leland Stanford University Case School of Applied Science University of California Western Reserve University Lehigh University Lombard University University of Pennsylvania University of Chicago Lafayette College Albion College Cornell University Northwestern University Syracuse University University of Wisconsin Pennsylvania Stale College University of Illinois De Pauw University University of Michigan Purdue University University of Iowa University of Indiana Iowa State College Rose Polytechnic Institute University of Minnesota University of Vermont University of Nebraska Stevens Institute of Technology University of Kansas Dartmouth College Columbia College (224) (225) • First Row — Miller. McCaleb, Hardy Second Rom — Kahao, Naef, Gibbens, Underwood Third Rolf — Ivens, Kirwin, Rennie (226) Delta Tau Delta Founded in 1859 BETA XI CHAPTER OF DELTA TAU DELTA Eslablished In 1889 In Faculty Pierce Butler J. Hughes Rapp Walter Lanaux, M.D. J. Phares O ' Kelley, M.D. Chaille Jamison, M.D. R. E. Sherwood, D.D.S. Active Members MEDICAL Thomas J. Kirwin, ' 16 S. Sellers Underwood Emile F. Naef, ' 16 T. Ludford Rennie, ' 19 TECHNOLOGY Will J. Gibbens, Jr., ' 17 Harold J. Ivens, ' 19 ARTS AND SCIENCES E. Howard McCaleb, Jr., ' 19 Charles J. Hardy, Jr., ' 19 LAW Martin J. Kahao, Jr., ' 16 Philip A. Miller, ' 18 (227) BETA XI CHAPTER OF DELTA TAU DELTA Roll of Chapters anderbilt University Washington and Lee University University of Georgia Emory College University of the South University of Virginia Tulane University George Washington University University of Texas University of Iowa University of Wisconsin University of Minnesota University of Colorado Northwestern University Stanford University University of Illinois University of Nebraska University of California University of Chicago Armour Institute of Technology Baker University University of Missouri University of Washington Iowa Slate College University of Oregon University of Kansas Ohio University University of Michigan Albion College Western Reserve University Hillsdale College Ohio Wesleyan University Kenyon College Indiana University De Pauw University University of Indianapolis Ohio State University Wabash College West Virginia University Purdue University University of Cincinnati Allegheny College Washington and Jefferson College Lafayette College Stevens Institute of Technology Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute University of Pennsylvania Lehigh University Tufts College Syracuse University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cornell University Brown University Dartmouth College Columbia University Wesleyan University University of Maine Pennsylvania State College University of Pittsburg (228) f) (229) First Rov — Brooksher. Whitley, Fenno, Hamilton Second Row — Rives, McGraw, Henderson, Faust, Parrot Third Rom — Hewitt, Jones, Rives, Johnson, Guthrie Fourth Roa — Haas, Murray, Harrison, Killeen, Weinmann (230) Kappa Sigma Founded 1867 at University of Virginia SIGMA CHAPTER OF KAPPA SIGMA Established 1899 In Faculty WiLLiAiM Prentiss Brown George J. Crozart. D.D.S. John Sm ' ith, Jr. Melvin Johnson White Ralph Hopkins Samuel M. D. Clark Pierre L. Thibaut Chas. a. Wallbillich Ephraim D. Freidricks Generes Dufour J. Favre Baldwin, M.D. Ed. King. M.D. Active Members arts and sciences Forres McGraw William D. Haas, Jr. Green Rives Judson C. Rives, Jr. Harry D. Hamilton MEDICAL Edmond L. Faust Frederick E. Guthrie Fred Fenno Grover G. Whitley Geo. M. Jones William R. Brooksher Samuel Henderson Harry Murry Mercer Parrott LAW Joseph L. Killeen George B. Harrison, Jr. Rudolph Weinmann D. Allen Johnson Leland R. Hewitt (231) SIGMA CHAPTER OF KAPPA SIGMA Roll OF Chapters - University of Maine Vanderbilt University Bowdoin College Swathmore College New Hampshire Stale College University of South Dartmouth College University of Kentucky University of Vermont University of Michigan Brown University Case Schoo 1 of Applied Science Massachusetts State College Ohio State University Harvard University Denison C allege Massachusette Inst, of Technology Perdue University Swathmore College Wabash U niverslty Cornell University University of Wisconsin University of Pennsylvania University of Illinois Lehigh University Lake Forrest University Syracuse University University of Indiana University of Maryland University of Chicago George Washington University University of Nebraska Washington and Jefferson College University of Iowa Pennsylvania State College University of Minnesota Bucknell University Iowa State College Dickson College William J, 5well College University of Virginia Washington University Washington and Lee University Missouri School of Mines William and Mary College University of Missouri Randolph-Macon College Baker University Richmond College Washburn College Hampden-Sydney College University of Arkansas Davidson College University of Oklahoma University of North Carolina Southwestern University Trinity College University of Texas North Carolina A. M. University of Denver University of Alabama Colorado College Georgia School of Technology Colorado School of Mines Mercer University Leiand St£ mford Jr. University University of Georgia University of California Alabama Polytechnic Institute University of Washington Tulane University University of Idaho Louisiana State University University of Oregon Millsaps College Washington State College Cumberland University Boston Ins titute of Technology University of Tennessee Oregon A . C. University of Arizona (232) (233) First Rom — Unsworth, Charbonnet, West, Parker, Benoist Second Row — FoRTiER, Howell, Provosty, Evans, Thomas Third Rott— Dumas, Miller, Wynn, Millender, Sherrouse Fourih Row — Ellinxer, Flaspoller, Clark, Waterman C234) Phi Delta Theta Founded at Miami University, December 22, 1848 LOUISIANA ALPHA CHAPTER OF PHI DELTA THETA Chartered in 1889 Chapter House, 2614 Slate Street In Faculty James Birney Guthrie Herman B. Gessner Charles William Duval Active Members J. Frank Fortier Farrar Burr Parker Pierre Numa Charbonnet Ledoux R. Provosty William Alice West, Jr. WiLUAM Herbert Wynn Tuttle Flaspoller Robert Clark C. C. Perdue Randolph Unsworth Morgan Shell Evans Caldwell Dumas Hilliard Eve Miller Charles Millender Walton Sherrouse Rangier B. Ehlinger John Waterman Gilbert Joseph Fortier Franklyn Howell Edwin Benoist •m- lt:£in (235) LOUISIANA ALPHA CHAPTER OF PHI DELTA THETA Roll of Chapters University of Alabama University of Nebraska Alabama Polytechnic Institute Dartmouth College University of California Cornell University Leland Stanford, Jr., University Union College University of Colorado Columbia University Colorado College Syracuse University University of Georgia University of North Carolina Emory College University of North Dakota Mercer University Miami University Georgia School of Technology Ohio Wesleyan University University of Idaho Ohio University Northwestern University Ohio State University University of Chicago Case School of Applied Science Knox College University of Cmcmnati Lombard College Denison University University of Ilhnois University of Toronto Indiana University University of Oregon Wabash College Lafayette College Butler University Pennsylvania College Franklin College Washington and Jefferson College Hanover College Allegheny College De Pauv University Dickinson College Purdue University University of Pennsylvania Iowa Wesleyan College Lehigh University University of Iowa Pennsylvania State College Iowa State College McGill University University of Kansas Brown University Washburn College University of South Dakota Central University of Kentucky Vanderbilt University Kentucky State University University of the South Tulane University University of Texas Colby College Southwestern University Williams College University of Vermont Amherst College University of Virginia University of Michigan Randolph-Macon College University of Minnesota Washington and Lee University University of Missouri University of Washington Westminster College Whitman College Washington University University of Wisconsin (236) (237) r c- p p First Row — McKenzie. Barrier. Parsons, Hall, Moss Second Row — Davidson, Waiters, Wiecand, Mann, Garratt, Woodward ThirJ Row — V ' allon, Callaway, McLelland, Tarleton. Dicks, Savage Fourth Row — Kerwin, Curtis, McClung, Hamilton, Koch, Jenkins (238) Sigma Alpha Epsilon Founded March 9, 1836, al ihe Univcrsily of Alabama TAU UPSILON CHAPTER OF SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Established in 1897 Faculty Members Gecrce K. Pratt. Jr.. M.D. James A. Lyons Christian G. Cole, M.D. Donald Derickson Active Members MEDICAL Enoch Callaway John Pratt Charles Garratt Charles W. Barrier Olin G. McKenzie Jack Parsons C. H. Savage Olin W. Moss M. C. McClung Robert Tarleton ACADEMIC Charles Dicks, Jr. Douglas S. Watters Carl E. Woodward George Wiegand Alden McLelland Raoul J. Vallon John R. Curtis Ralph Mann James Koch LAW William K. Jenkins Lawrence Kirwin L. E. Hall, Jr. J. C. Hamilton (239) Roll of University of Maine Boston University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Howard University Wooster Polytechnic Institution Cornell University Columbia University Syracuse University St. Stevens College Allegheny College Dickson College Pennsylvania State College University of Pittsburg Bucknell University Gettysburg College University of Pennsylvania George Washington University University of Virginia Washington and Lee University Virginia Military Institute University of North Carolina Davidson College Wofford College University of Michigan Adrian College Mount Union College Ohio X ' esleyan University University of Cincinnati Ohio State University Case School of Applied Science Franklin College Purdue University University of Indiana Northwestern University University of Illinois University of Chicago University of Minnesota University of Wisconsin University of Georgia 3F • SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON C HAPTERS Univers ity of Oklahoma Mercer University Emory College Georgia School of Technology Southern University University of Alabama Alabama Polytechnic Institute University of Missouri Washington University University of Nebraska University of Arkansas University of Kansas Kansas State College State University of Iowa Iowa State College University of Colorado Washington Agricultural College Denver University Colorado School of Mines Leland Stanford, Jr., University University of California University of Washington Louisiana State University Tulane University University of Mississippi University of Texas Central University Oregon State College University of Florida Beloil College Bethel College Kentucky State College Southwestern Presbyterian University Cumberland University Vanderbilt University University of Tennessee University of the South Union University University of Oklahoma (240) (241) First Row — Ball, Johnson, Barron, Todd, Heard Second Row — Carter, Palne, Wright, Keplinger, Bott Third Row — Edmondson. Miller, W. Brown, Dayries, Alexander Fourth Row— Dill, McCay, R. West, McConnell, Bate Fifth Row — Saunders, Morris, Atkinson, Stewart, P. Brown (242) Delta Kappa Epsilon Founded 1644 TAU LAMBDA CHAPTER OF DELTA KAPPA EPSILON Charlered 1899 Chapler House 1301 Pine Street In Faculty Dr. T. Patten Dr. C. N. Chavicny Nicholas Callan Dr. H. Daspit J. B. Elliott, Sk. MEDICAL George W. Wright ' 16 Marion W. Stewart . RuFFiN A. Payne ' 16 William P. Brown, Jr. •19 •20 LAW Norman L. Carter ' 16 Manning W. Heard Benjamin W. Miller ' 17 Eugene D. Saunders •18 ' 18 ACADEMIC GosTA Nicholas Johnson ' 16 Clifford Atkinson ' 16 Edgar T. Morris ' 16 Percy L. McCay ' 19 Edward M. Edmonson Edwin F. Keplincer, Jr. William L. Alexander . Robert E. Ball . •19 ' 19 •|9 ' 19 Harold F. Bott ' 19 ENGINEERING Samuel Locan McConnell .... ' 17 William Edward Brown Cedric Errol Barron ' 17 Samuel L. Dill . Hester H. Bate ' 17 Randolph C. West . James Todd ' 18 Provosty A. Dayries •19 •19 •19 •19 (243) TAU LAMBDA CHAPTER OF DELTA KAPPA EPSILON Roll of Chapters Yale Unive rsity Bowdoin College Colby University Amherst College University of Alabama Brown University University of North Carolina University of Virginia Miami University Kenyon College Dartmouth College Central University of Kentucky Middlebury College University of Michigan Williams College Lafayette College Hamilton College Colgate University College of the City of New York University of Rochester Rutgers College De Pauw University Wesleyan University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Western Reserve University Cornell University Syracuse University Columbia University University of California Trinity College Vanderbilt University University of Minnesota Massachusetts Institute of Technology University of Chicago University of Toronto Tulane University University of Pennsylvania McGill University Leland Stanford University University of Illinois University of Wisconsin Washington Univeisity University of Texas (244) (245) First RoTi — McMiNN, S. B. Lyons, Nuttall, Perkins Second Row — BowiE, Trigg, McKenzie, S. C. Lyons, Friedrichs Third Row — Yeary, McNeill, Rau, Doyle (246) Phi Kappa Sigma Founded 1850 MU CHAPTER OF PHI KAPPA SIGMA Eslablishfd 1858 LAW W. Walter Jones Neil G. Nuttall Frank F. Doyle Active Members ACADEMIC W. Wiley McMinn Nelson McNeill Eblen B. Rau Elenzar R. Bowie Ernest M. McKenzie Andrew V. Friedricks MEDICAL Sam B. Lyons Shirley C. Lyons Philip S. Perkins Ernest Braun Yeary Arthur Caine DENTAL Bob E. Trigg PRE-MED W. Wiley McMinn (247) - MU CHAPTER OF PHI KAPPA SIGMA Roll OF Chapters Uni versity of Pennsylvania University of Maine Washington and Jefferson College Armour Institute of Technology Dickinson College University of Maryland Franklin and Marshall College University of Wisconsin University of Virginia Vanderbilt Ui diversity Columbia University University of Alabama Tulane University University of California University of Illinois Massachusetts Institute of T echnology Randolph-Macon College Georgia School of Technolc ' gy Northwestern University Purdue University Richmond College University of Michigan Pennsylvania State College University of Chicago Washington and Lee University Cornell University University of West Virginia University of Minnesota Leland Stanford. Jr., University Alumni Chapters Philadelphia New Orleans Richmond Southern California Chicago Atlanta New York Harrisburg Pittsburg Evanston Baltimore (248) Detroit San Francisco (249) First Rom — Bourque, Hammett, Abbott Second Ron) — PlTARD, LeDoux, Hammett (250) Pi Kappa Alpha ETA CHAPTER OF PI KAPPA ALPHA In Faculty Dr. John A. Langford Dr. Robert A. Strong Prof. James Robert Prof. C. S. Williamson, Jr. Active Members academic George R. Hammett Wallis F. Pitard J. Warren Bourque LAW Henrv L. Hammett Louis Lee Abbott MEDICAL LuciEN A. Ledoux (251) ETA CHAPTER OF PI KAPPA ALPHA Roll of Chapters University of Virginia Davidson College William and Mary College Southern University University of Tennessee Tulane University Southwestern Presbyterian University Hampden-Sydney College Transylvania University Richmond College Washington and Lee University University of North Carolina. Alabama Polytechnic College North Georgia Agricultural College Kentucky State University Trinity College Louisiana State University Georgia School of Technology North Carolina A. M. College University of Arkansas University of Florida Millsaps College Missouri School of Mmes Georgetown College University of Georgia University of Missouri University of Cmcmnati Southwestern University Howard College Ohio Slate University University of California University of Utah New York University I. S. C. " Ames " Syracuse University Rutgers College K. S. A. C. " Manhattan " Pennsylvania State College University of Washington University of Kansas University of New Mexico Western Reserve University (252) (253) First Rom — Craig, Malsch, Milling, Porterfield, Marks SeconJ Row — Taylor, George, Manson, McIntosh, Ewin Third RoTv — Parkerson, Toler, Lejeune. Dcdds, Souchon Fourth Row — Brown, Gately, Lewis, McLaurin, Smith (25-1) Beta Theta Pi Founded 1839 BETA XI CHAPTER OF BETA THETA PI Installed 1908 Chapter House 1040 Audubon Slicel In Faculty St. John Perret Herbert Windsor Wade William P. Bradburn MuiR Bradburn AcTi -E Members ARTS AND SCIENCES John Lemuel Toler Robert Rowley Porterfield Sydney Baltzer Dodds Malcolm McCullouch Brown Robert Edward Milling William Parkerson LOREANZO DaNTZLER Benedict Curtis Smith TECHNOLOGY James Perkins Ewin Robert Emmet Craig James Jackson Manson, Jr. LAW Sumter Davis Marks Garrett Letcher George MEDICAL Zygo George Malsch Hugh Love McLaurin Charles William Lewis Francis Ernest LeJeune Stuckey F. McIntosh Edmond Souchon, II Tracy Thomas Gately James Leslie Taylor (255) BETA XI CHAPTER OF BETA THETA PI Bowdoln Brown Maine Mass. Inst. Technology Amherst Darlmoulh Wesley an Wilhams Yale Colgate Cornell St. Lawrence Syracuse Toronto Union Columbia Rutgers Stevens Dickinson Johns Hopkins Lehigh Pennsylvania Bethany Pennsylvania State Col- lege Washington and Jeffer- son West Virginia Davidson North Carolina Roll of Chapters Virginia Case Denison Kenyon Ohio Wesleyan Western Resrve Centre Cincinnati Miami Ohio Ohio State Wittenberg De Pauw Hanover Purdue Indiana Wabash Beloit Chicago Illinois Knox Michigan Northwestern Wisconsin Oklahoma Texas Tulane Iowa Iowa State Minnesota Nebraska South Dakota Kansas Kansas State Missouri Vanderbilt Washington, Mo. Westminster Colorado Colorado College Colorado Mines Denver Utah Idaho Oregon University of Washing- ton California Stanford (256) i kr im (257) First Rom — Stern, L. Lemle, Bauer, Dreyfus, L. Scharff Second Row — Katz, Kiam, W. E. Levy, A. L. Wolff, Adler ThirJ Row — Blum, Wise, Bashinski, Kohlmann, Gehr Fourth Row—S. B. Lemle, Barnett, Jerwick, G. L. Levy, J. V. Wolff, A. K. Scharff (258) Zeta Beta Tau Founded in 1898 SIGMA CHAPTER OF ZETA BETA TAU Established in 1909 Active Members arts and sciences R. C. Bauer -16 L. D. Scharff W- J- Wise ' 17 A. K. Scharff Leon Kohlman.n ' 18 J. V. Wolff Milton Adler -19 L. Lemle . . •19 •19 •19 •19 A. L. ' Wolff S. J. Katz . I. D. Gehr TECHNOLOGY . ' 17 H. Stern, Jr. . . ' 17 M. J. Dreyfus •19 MEDICAL B. Bashinski . . . •le H. D. Jerwick ' 18 V. E. Levy ' 17 W. Blum ' 20 H. L. Barnett S. B. Lemle LAW •16 V. K. Kiam •16 G. L. Lew ■17 ■16 (259) SIGMA CHAPTER OF ZETA BETA TAU Roll of Chapters College of the City of New York New York University Columbia University University of Pennsylvania Cornell University Boston University Western Reserve University Case School of Applied Science Tulane University . Union University Brooklyn Polytechnic University Ohio State University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Syracuse University Louisiana State University Harvard University University of Illinois McGill University University of Michigan University of Virginia University of Alabama (260) m A A A - „ . _ _ . " kaitha (261) Firsl RoTu — B. Heninger, E. Callaway, Dr. Bahn, A. W. Montague, S. S. Underwocd Second Roll) — E. Irwl , G. W. Wright, R. Paine, Dillman Third Row—O. G. McKenzie, Kitts, E. F. Naef, H. E. Murray, R. C, Scott Fourih Roth — Hoover, Stewart, J. Parsons, O. R. Thompson Nol in Picture — B. C. Credille, Jack Bartlett, J. A. Perez (262) Alpha Kappa Kappa Founded 1888. ALPHA BETA CHAPTER OF ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA Eslabllshed 1903. Honorary Members George W. Wallace. M.D. A. L. Metz, M.D. Allen Jumel, M.D. Herman B. Gessner, M.D. Oliver R. Pathier. M.D. J. F. Oeschner. M.D. Henry Bayon, M.D. S. O. Deloup. M.D G. S. Brown, M.D. S. W. Stafford, M.D. P. W. Bohne, M.D. Allen E. Maise, M.D. C. N. Chavicny, M.D. Randall Hunt, M.D. Frank C. Shut, M.D. George W. Wallace, M.D. P. B. Salatick, M.D. C. J. Sandfried. M.D. O. W. Bethea. M.D. S. Lewis. M.D. H. S. Lewis, M.D. Marion Souchon. M.D. L. B. Crawford. M.D. Roll of Chapters Dartmouth College, Medical Depa ' iir.ent College of Physicians and Surge ons. San Fran- cisco Tufts Medical School University of Vermont. Medical Department Jefferson Medical College L. L College Hospital Medical School College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago Maine Medical School, Bowdoin College University of Syracuse, Medical Department Marquette University, Medical Department Cornell University, Medical Department University of Pennsylvania, Medical Department Rush Medical College Northwestern University. Medical Department University of Cincinnati, Medical Department Starling-Ohio. Medical University Denver and Gross Medical College University of California, Medical Department University of Oregon. Medical Department Vanderbilt University, Medical Department University of Minnesota, Medical Department University of Tennessee and University of Nash- ville, Medical Department Tulane University, Medical Department University of Georgia, Medical Department McGill University, Medical Department University of Toronto, Medical Department George Washington University, Medical Dept. Yale Medical School University of Texas, Medical Department University of Michigan, Department of Medi- cine and Surgery University College of Medicine South Carolina Medical College St. Louis University University of Louisville, Medical Department Western Reserve University, Medical Dcparlmcnl University Medical College University of Pittsburg, Medical Department (263) Delta Omicron Alpha ALPHA CHAPTER OF DELTA OMICRON ALPHA Established Tulane Universily 1904 Colon: Gold and While Publicaiion : Delia Omicron Alpha Quarterly Fratres in Urbe J. F. Dunn, M.D. p. p. Murphy, M.D. G. W. Fainre, M.D. RoBT. Strong, M.D. C. P. HoLDERiTH, M.D. L. B. Sarten, M.D. A. Henriques. M.D. W. O. Williams. M.D. R. B. Harrison, M.D. L. M. Thomoson, M.D. H. S. Storrinc, M.D. R. A. Oriole P. L. Querens. M.D. H. C. Lochte, M.D. S. A. Maxwell, M.D. L. A. Hebert, M.D. L. Lopez, M.D. S. H. Baker, M.D. Geo. Hauser C. A. Quina, M.D. L. Weiss, M.D. Fratres in Collegio R. J. Mailhes, ' 16 R. C. Voss, ' 16 J. B. Ferran, ' 16 E. C. Handcock, ' 17 W. O. SCHUTZMAN. ' 17 M. L. Smith, ' 18 L. W. Tucker, ' 18 W. W. Reynolds. ' IS A. F. BuRcis, ' 19 A. MOCABCAB, ' 19 J. B. MicHON. ' 19 (265) First Ro-a — Lopez, A. Mogabgab, R. C. Voss Second Rovi — BuRGis, J. B. Ferran, Reynolds, Smith Third Roni — RcGER Maihles. Tucker, E. C. Handcock Fourth Row — MicHiE (266) " W (267) Firsl Rom — J. P. Jones. J. M. Singleton, S. D. Weaver. P. A. LeBourgeois, E. Faust Second Rom — Wm. P. McCoY, C. W. Barrier, A. Friedrichs. W. P. McCrossin, I. P. Chisholm, D. Parham Third Rom — R. Unsworth, T. T. Gately. C. H. Savage, B. C. Rush, Mims Gage, U. V. Giles Fourth Rom — C. C. Randall, E. E. Benoist. E. Allgeyer, F. Fenno, M. S. Evans Not in Picture — A. Vallois, E. E. Allgeyer, James L. Rives, P. A. Le Bourgeois, S. F. Mc- Intosh, T. E. Ross (268) Phi Chi OMICRON CHAPTER OF PHI CHI Organized 1902 Prof. C. J. Miller Prof. John B. Elliot, Jr. Prof. S. M. D. Clark Prof. E. D. Fenner Prof. C. C. Bass Dr. J. A. Lanford Dr. L. R. DeBuvs Dr. Victor C. Smith Dr. C. W. Allen Dr. V. H. Kostmayer In Faculty Dr. M. J. Gelpi Dr. J. F. Dicks Dr. W. O. D. Jones Prof. J. T. Halsey Prof. M. J. Couret Prof. Joseph Hume Prof. George Bel Prof. R. B. Bean Dr. W. D. Phillips Dr. Edward W. Mahler Dr. H. W. Harris Dr. Samuel Logan Dr. S. M. Blackshear Dr. G. King Logan Dr. Randolph Lyons Dr. Henry Daspit Dr. Urban Moes Dr. Allen C. Eustis Dr. S. Chaille Jamison HOSPITALS D:k. Claude Dean Dr. T. T. Batson Dr. R. E. Graham Dr. R. N. Humphreys Dr. p. Y. Donald Dr. W. W. Burns Dr. L. W. Hollow.ay Dr. W. E. Goodson, Jr. Dr. J. F. Baldwin Dr. a. H. Gladden, Jr. Roll of Chapters University of Vermont University of Texas Medical College of Virginia University College of Medicine University of Alabama University of Pittsburg Indiana University Medical College Texas Christian University Tulane University of Louisiana Vanderbilt University University of Chicago College of Physicians and Surgeons Atlanta Medical College Jefferson Medical College George Washington University University of Michigan University of Louisville Western Reserve Bowdoin College Baltimore Medical College College of Physicians and Surgeons Georgetown University University of North Carohna Chirurgical College University of California University of Pennsylvania Chicago College of Medical Surgery Northwestern University University of llhnois University of Southern California Johns Hopkins Temple University Indiana University St. Louis University Lcland Stanford Ohio State University University of Arkansas University of Kansas (269) (270) Chi Zeta Chi Founded al llic Medical Dcparlmenl of ihc Univcrsily of Georgia, October 14. 1903 MU CHAPTER OF CHI ZETA CHI Established 1906 Fratres in Urbe Wm. Alvin Love, M.D. Chas. E. Hamner, M.D. John N. Pharr, M.D. J. GiLLis Sanders, M.D. Robert J. Platt, M.D. MU CHAPTER OF CHI ZETA CHI Roll of Chapters v4 p ia— University of Maryland Baltimore. Md. Qeta — College of Physicians and Surgeons (Columbia U.) . . .New York City De a— University of Maryland Baltimore, Md. Epsilon — College of Physicians and Surgeons Atlanta, Ga. Ze a— Baltimore Medical College Baltimore, Md. Thela — Vanderbilt University Nashville, Tenn. Cappa— Atlanta School of Medicine Atlanta, Ga. LamtJa— Memphis University Memphis, Tenn. A u— Tulane University of Louisiana New Orleans, La. Nu— University of Arkansas Little Rock, Ark. Xi— St. Louis University St. Louis, Mo. Omicron— Washington University St. Louis. Mo. R ,o_College of Physicians and Surgeons Baltimore, Md. Sigma — George Washington University Washington, D. C. Tflu— Jefferson Medical College Philadelphia, Pa. t psi ' on— Fordham University New York City C ii—Long Island Medical College Brooklyn. N. Y. Pj,_Medical College of Virginia Richmond, Va. Omega — Birmingham Medical College Birmingham, Ala. (271) firs I I Row— -McClunc, , V. Cefalu, a. Johnson, Armstrong . Second Row — Baker, Zan !DER, Royals, Kramer , P. Awtrey Thir d Row- -P. Seals, M. 1. Brewer, (272) Crowell, E.J. Hardin (273) First RoTD—D. C. McBryde, H. L. Gardner, G. G. Whitley, A. Caire, A. R. Thomas Second Ron — Aycock, W. E. Barker, E. McKenzie, E. L. Major, Brookshire Third Row — Wilson, F. S, Tarleton, S. Lyons, F. A. Copp, E. F. McCall Fourth RoTu — P. MixoN, G. M. Jones, E. White, R. Cox, Touchstone i (274) Phi Beta Pi Founded al Western Pennsylvania Medical College, March 10, 1891. ALPHA BETA CHAPTER OF PHI BETA PI Inslallcd 1907. In Faculty M. Earl Brown, M.D. 0MER Dupuis, M.D. R. M. Blakely, M.D. Alfred A. Keller, M.D. J. Frank Points, M.D. Jay T. Nix. M.D. Sidney F. Brand. M.D. Henry W. E. Walther, M.D. Roll of Chapters Alpha University of Pittsburg Pittsburg, Pa. Belci University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Mich. Delia Rush Medical College Chicago, 111. Zcta Baltimore College of Physicians Surgeons Baltimore, Md. Ela .Jefferson Medical College Philadelphia, Pa. Theia Northwestern University Medical College Chicago, 111. Iota University of Illinois Chicago. III. Kappa Detroit College of Medicine Detroit, Mich. Lambda St. Louis University St. Louis, Mo. Mu Washington University St. Louis, Mo. Xi University of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. OmicTon Perdue University In dianapolis. Ind. Pi University Iowa Iowa City, la. Rho Vanderbilt University Nashville, Tenn. Sigma University of Alabama Mobile, Ala. Tau University of Missouri Columbia, Mo. Chi Georgetown University Washington, D. C. Alpha Alpha John A. Creighton University ; . . . .Omaha, Neb. Alpha Beta Tulane University New Orleans, La. Alpha Camma Syracuse University Syracuse. N. Y. Alpha Delia Mcdico-Chirugical College Philadelphia, Pa. Alpha Epsilon Marguetle University Milwaukee. Wis. Alpha Zcla University School of Medicine Bloominglon, Ind. A Ipha Ela University of Virginia Norfolk. Va. Alpha lola University of Kansas Lawrence, Kan. Alpha Kappa University of Texas Galveston. Tex. Alpha Lambda University of Oklahoma Norman, Okla. Alpha Mu University of Louisville Lousiville, Ky. Alpha Nu University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah A Ipha Xi Harvard University Brookline, Mass. Alpha Or-icron Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, Md. Phi P!.i Medical College of Virginia Richmond. Va. All University Medical College Kansas City. Mo. Upiilon Ohio Wesleyan University Columbia, Mo. Alpha Thcia Leland Stanford, Jr., University San Francisco, Cal Omega University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pa (275) (276) Kappa Psi PI CHAPTER OF KAPPA PSI Founded May 30, 1879 In Faculty w. w. butterworth. m.d. F. M. Johns, M.D. W. H. Seeman, M.D. J. E. Landry, M.D. H. E. Manage, M.D. P. A. McIlhenney, M.D. C. H. Rice, M.D. P. G. LaCroix, M.D. T. B. Sellers, M.D. Interne Members R. Bernard, M.D. H. V. Van Schaick, M.D. J. R. Fernandez, M.D. L. W. Willis, M.D. T. J. McHucH, M.D. J. W. Garratt, M.D. J. N. Tucker, M.D. Roll of C Medical College of Virginia Columbia University Universily of Maryland Maryland Medical College Georgetown University Philadelphia College of Pharmacy Universily of Alabama Birmingham Medical College and Graduate School Vanderbilt University Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Medical College of South Carolina Universily of West Virginia Tulane Universily Atlanta Medical College Baltimore College of Physicians and Surgeons HAPTERS Louisville College of Pharmacy Northwestern University University of Illinois Baylor University Southern Methodist University Western Reserve Universily University of California Union Universily Rhode Island College of P. and A. S. Oregon State College Jefferson Medical College University of Tennessee North Pacific College Universily of Pittsburg George Washington University University of Louisville (277) First Row — H. C. Voss, Dr. Kinberger, J. McSween, B. Clay Second Row—R. L. Maness, Dr. Landry, Dr. H. Menage, A. W. Fegtly, W. C. Tisdale Third Rom—R. Rankin, C. E. Garr.att, J. H. Park, J. S. Parker Fourth Ron.— F. Howell, Dr. W. W. Butterworth, B. K. Parrish, R. H. Potts, Dr. King. Fifih Roll)— QuiNN, K. F. Kesmodel, M. Brenner, M. Parrott, T. B. Sellers Not in Picture—]. C. Adams, J. P. McClusky, C. C. Perdue. G. A. Ramsey (279) Firsl Row — Wynn, Belden, Dr. Reiser, Millender Second RoTi — Morris. Greffer, Peterman, Kerwin Third Rom — Dwyer, Pound, Henderson, Ledoux, Millmine Fourth Rom — Wilkinson, Pratt, Pitkin, Ellinger (280) Nu S igma Nu Founded in 1882 at ihe University of Michigan BETA IOTA CHAPTER OF NU SIGMA NU Insliluted 19]0 In Facultate Dr. Rudolph Matas Dr. John Smyth, Jr. Prof. Irving Hardesty Dr. Charles J. Bloom Dr. Charles Warren Duval Dr. Dandridce P. West Roll of Chapters University of Michigan Detroit College of Medicine University of Pittsburg University of Minnesola Northwestern University University of Illinois University of Cincinnati Columbia University Rush Medical College University of Pennsylvania Syracuse University Bellevue Hospital Medical College Albany Medical College Washington University Jefferson Medical College Western Reserve University Cornell University Leland Stanford. Jr.. University University of California University of Toronto University of Virginia University of Maryland Johns Hopkins University University of Buffalo University of Iowa University of Nebraska Yale University University of Indiana University of Kansas Tulane University Harvard University University of Texas (281) Kappa Delta Phi ARTS AND SCIENCES W. A. West, Jr., ' 16 - TECHNOLOGY Carl E. Woodward, ' 16 Peter Maihles, ' 16 LAW Herman Lion Barnett, ' 16 Rudolph J. Weinmann, ' 16 Sumter D. Marks, ' 16 Sumter Cousin, ' 17 Garrett L. George, ' 16 Kappa Delta Phi is a Junior-Senior society, organized for the promotion of college spirit at Tulane University. It seeks to obtain its object in two ways: First, by holding forth membership as a reward to those who have done more than the average man for their University, thus fostering and encouraging unusual effort; and, secondly, by binding together those who have made unusual effort, thus becoming a force for greater good by securing unity of action. (282) (283) First RoK— Nolan, Lescale, Hungate, P. Landry, Meynier Second Row — Gerald, Hava, Biggs, Dr. Ducasse Third Row — C. DuGAS, E. Deane, Dr. Jones, Garcia, Austin Fourth Row — R. White, Wainwright, Magee, McArthur (284) Psi Omega BETA EPSILON CHAPTER OF PSI OMEGA Colors: Blue and While In Faculty Wallace Wood, Jr. Edw. B. Ducasse Eugene Fortier Benj. L. Gore Alex. H. Jones Alfred A. Leefe A. L. Ducasse Geo. B. Crozat Jos. M. Garcia Active Members A. Austin T. G. Biccs E. D. W. Deane Chas. G. Ducas W. C. Hava E. W. Huncate W. F. Jarrell P. O. Landry J. P. Lascale L. H Macee H. L. Macee W. D. McArthur A. C. B. Mevnier H. N. Nolan D. M. Prowell R. Thompson J. A. Wainwright Rov White (285) BETA EPSILON CHAPTER OF PSI OMEGA Roll of Chapters Baltimore College of Dental Surgery New York College of Dentistry Pennsylvania College of Dental Surgery Tufts Dental College Western Reserve University University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia Dental College University of Buffalo Northwestern University Chicago College of Dental Surgery University of Minnesota University of Denver Pittsburg Dental College Marquette University Harvard University Dental School Louisville College of Dental Surgery Baltimore Medical College (Dental Department) College of Physicians and Surgeons (Dental De- partment) Ohio College of Dental Surgery Medico-Chirurgical College Atlanta Dental College University of South California University of Maryland North Pacific Dental College Starling, Ohio Medical University College Indiana Dental College University of Illinois George Washington University University of California New Orleans College of Dentistry of Tulane University St. Louis Dental College Southern Dental College University of Michigan Georgetown University Keokuk Dental College College of Denial and Oral Surgery of New York University of Iowa Vanderbilt University University College of Medicine Medical College of Virginia Washington University Dental College Kansas City Dental College Wisconsin College for Physicians and Surgeons (286) (287) First Row — Cousin, Killeen, Fick Second Row — PoLK, Bruns, Marks Third Rom — George, Lyons, Norman (288) Phi Delta Phi WHITE CHAPTER OF PHI DELTA PHI Established December 28, 1911 G. H. Robinson In Faculty C. J. NORTHRUP S. Seavey C. H. Lyons Henderson Norman Senior Law Sumter Marks Garrett George Lamar Polk Everett Pick Henry Burns Second Year Law Samuel Trufant ISalliD er — Law Deijartmeiit Washington Uni- versity — 1907. Beillty — Law Department University of South- ern California — 1907. nenjiiniin — Law Denarlnient Illinois Wesleyan University — 1S78. Itooth — r,.a v Department Northwestern Univer- sity— ISSO. Brewer — Law Department Denver University — 11102. ' hasr — Law Department University ol! Oregon — 1S91. Conistuek — Law Department .Syraeuse University — 1S119. ( ' oiiMinf; — Law Department Cornell University — 1SS8. Coiile. ' — Law Department Washingrton University — 1SS2. DiinielH — Law Department ButTalo University — 1S91. Ilitliiii — Law Department University of Minne- sota — 1S91. Douclus — Law Department University of Chi- cago — 1903. DnlKlit — New Yorlt Law . " School — 1SS9. Kvarls — Brooltlyn Law School St. Lawrence Uni- versity — 1907. rield — Law Department New York University — 1SS7. FiiHter — Law Department Indiana University — 1900. Iiiller— I ' liicngo — Kent College of I.nw — 1S9G. (iilison — Law Department University of I ' ennsyl- vanla — 1SS6. (Iret ' ii — Law Department I ' niverslty of Kansas — I. ' i97. Ililinlllon — Law Department University of Cln- ilniintl — ISSC. ■ Iiirinn — Law Department University of Wis- consin — 1S91. •I«y — Alliany I,a v School Union Unlvcr3ll.v — ISSl. Sumter Cousin Kent — Law Department t ' niversitv of Jllchigan — 1SG9. Langdell — Law Department Illinois Univcrsitv — 1901 Lincoln — Law Department University of Nebras- ka— 1S95. MoCIain — Law Department University of Iowa . — 1S93. Malune — Law Department VandeiblU Universi- ty— 1907. Marshall — Law Department George Washington University — 1SS4. Miller — Law Department Stanford University — 1S97. Minor — Law Department University of Virginia — 1S90. OKgiiode — Law School of Upper Canada— ISnC. I ' onieroy — Law Department University of Cali- fornia — 1SS3. Ranne.v — Law Department Western Reserve Uni- versity — 1901. Reed — Law Department University of Maine lllOS. Roberts — Law Department University of Texas —1909. Sliiras — Law Department Pittsburg University —1909. Stor.v — Law Department Columbia Univcrsitv — ISSl. Swan — Law Department Ohio Slate University — 1S93. Tlionms — Law Department University of Colo- rado — 1907. Tiolenmn — Law Department University of Mis- souri — 1.S90. Tucker — Law Department Washington and Lee University — 190S. Wailc — Law Department Yale University — 1SS7. Uclisler — Law Department Boston University — 1SS5. H hit) — Law Department Tulnne University — 1911. (289) Finl Roa — Jacobson, Bendel, Silverman Second Row — Krone, Isaacson, Kushner Third Row — Levy, Rosenthal, Bashinski (290) Alpha Mu Sigma Founded al Tulanc University School of Medicine, November, 1907 ALPHA CHAPTER OF ALPHA MU SIGMA Colors: Yellow and Black. f on-cr: Violet. Active Members H. B. Jacobson Julius E. Isaacson Edward Levy Benjamin Bashinski M. S. Rosenthal Daniel N. Silverman Irving Wolff Jonas Rosenthal William Krone William Bendel L. Z. KuSHNER In Faculty Dr. Marcus Feincold Dr. S. G. Wilson Dr. Alfred Jacoby Dr. S. K. Simon Dr. Isidore Cohn Dr. S. S. Schochet In Urbe Dr. Meyer Newhauser Dr. Simon J. Rosenthal Dr. Emile Block Dr. Monte F. Meyer Dr. Ernest Samuel Dr. Abe Mattes Dr. Julian Hirsch Dr. Louis Levy Dr. Simon Geismar Dr. Alvin Strauss Dr. E. K. Hir.sh Dr. David Adicer Dr. .Adolph Jacobs Dr. J. S. Rosenthal Dr. G. Gerson (29!) Alpha Omega Alpha Honorary Medical Fraternity Founded by W. W. Root, M.D., at the University of Illinois in 1902. CHAPTERS (In Order of Establishment) 1902 Alpha of Illinois University of Illinois Beta of Illinois University of Chicago 1903 Comma of Illinois Northwestern University Alpha of Ohio Western Reserve University Alpha of Pennsylvania Jefferson Medical College Beta of Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania 1905 Alpha of Missouri Washington University 1906 Alpha of Massachusetis Harvard University Alpha of California University of California Alpha of Maryland Johns Hopkins University Alpha of Ontario University of Toronto 1907 Alpha of Neni Yorl{ Columbia University Alpha of Michigan University of Michigan 1908 Alpha of Minnesota University of Minnesota 1910 Beta of Nen Yorl( Cornell University 1911 Comma of New York Syracuse University Alpha of Quebec McGill University 1914 Alpha of Nebraslia University of Nebraska Alpha of Louisiana Tulane University (292) alpha omega alpha honorary medical fraternity Officers Dr. John Taylor Halsey Counselor Mr. Samuel Weaver President Mr. WiLMER Baker Vice-PrcslJenl Dr. Percy L. Querens Secreiar )-Treasurer Mr. Wilmer Baker Mr. Benjamin B. Bashinski Mr. Aynaud Foster Hebert In Faculty Dr. Carrol Woolsey Allen Dr. John Taylor Halsey Dr. Irving T. Hardesty Dr. Marcus Feingold Dr. Joseph Deutsch Weis Undergraduate Members Mr. Edwin Mayer Levy Mr. Dixie McCrossin Mr. Maurice S. Rosenthal Mr. Paul Pullen Salter Mr. Pleasant Addison Taylor Mr. Samuel Weaver Alumni Members Dr. Carrol Woolsey Allen Dr. Cad Walder Arrendell Dr. John Favre Baldwin Dr. James William Butts Dr. William Otis Calloway Dr. Jack Thompson Cappel Dr. George Benjamin Collier Dr. Pressly Young Donald Dr. John William Faulk Dr. Marcus Feingold Dr. Wm. Barclay Terhune, Jr. Dr. Chas. Kennard Townsend Dr. Irenaeus N. Tucker Dr. John Taylor Halsey Dr. Irving Hardesty Dr. Adley Hocan Gladden. Jr. Dr. Rossner Enders Graham Dr. John Gano McLaurin Dr. Joseph Maxime Perret Dr. Percy Lennard Querens Dr. George Henry Hauser Dr. Ralph Wilber Humphreys Dr. Gustav Mann Dr. .Alva Burton McKie Dr. Joseph Deutsch Weis (293) Kappa Beta Phi Founded in Adam ' s Hop Field Colors: Amber ar id Red SccTQ-i Motio: The sheckles, the sheckles Flower : Stein Publicalions : ■ Police Gazette, Cosmopolitan, Budweiser Catalogue, and Diamond Dick Series ALPHA OF LOUISIANA CHAPTER Established 1916 Membership limited to students who make an average of under 70 and can be separated from an mitiation fee. Fratres in Facultater (Deleted by censor, but, O, you know) Officerios in Studentis Skygac Bauer . PresiJeni ti) Merit Extreme Qualification Jimmy Reeves . Treasurer b ) Turk Carter . Secretary h Number Fratres in Universitate of Years in University Ben Miller Waldorf Brown Geelbear Fortier Arthur Waters Louie Abbott " Back Steps Club " Posey Ridgley Bowers Axal Allain Pammy Davidson Pretty Millmine Bruce Wallace Ike Alderti Meester Joe Meraux Swede Woodward Sadie Wiener Rabbi Porterfield Bill Giebens Ned Keplinger Pete Mailhes Billy Alexander Shorty Perdue (294) Chick Walsh Junior German Beta Theta Pi Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Tau Delta Alpha Tau Omega Phi Delta Theta Phi Kappa Sigma Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi (297) First Roa — White, Mahier, Woodward Second Row — Wesi, O ' Niell, Bauer Third Row — Henderson, Snyder, Fick W. A. West, Jr Edilor-in-Chlef D. S. Henderson Medical Editor Miss Edith Mahier Arl Editor E. S. FlCK Laa Editor Miss Jennie Snyder Ncwcomh Editor C. E. Woodward Technology Editor Roy White Dental Editor R. C. Bauer General Business Manager Miss Erin O ' Niell NeiDcomh Business Manager Sub-Editors : NEWCOMB Senior . Elizabeth Humphreys Senior Herbert S. Weil Junior Mary Sumner Junior Julius Hoffman Sophomore .... Harrison Hester Sophomore . . . . S. Baltzer Dodds Freshman .... Catherine Buchanan Freshman . . . William Parkerson TECHNOLOGY Senior Eo Levi Sophomore Junior David Wiedmann Freshman . LAW Senior Junior Freshman MEDICAL . George Hammett Edwin A. Bynum. Jr. . E. S. Pick R. B. Fisher Herbert Weil . . . D. S. He ienderson Junior Mimms Gage Sophomore JuLius Isaacson Freshman Victor Cefalu, Jr. Pre-Medical D. V. Taylor DENTAL Senior R. White Junior A. Austin Freshman Jack Bartlett (299) TinMEwmi Editorial Staff _ , ... Ediior-in-Chief Robert L. Curran Warren C. Shankle Managwg Eddor Miss Recina Janvier Ner ,comh Managwg EJdor Davis McCutcheon .... AssUianl Managing Editor Miss Julie Koch .... Alumnae Editor Staff E. O. Becker A. Drouet H. Muller Adele Marks I r) n u.,, F O ' Niell W. p. Yorke L. Becker C Hall n,- " " ' imlll W. Carroll J. Kraemer S. Roccaforte A. C. Waters M. Curran M. Lecendre B. Simpson J- Bartlett N. Darton R. Perkins E. Souchon Business Staff ., .. c r. General Business Manager M. M. Schaumburger , , , Associate Business Manager Charlton H. Lyons » „ , „ Assistant Business Manager Shepard Perrin , r ■ » „ , ,. r- w „, Newcomb Business Manager Miss Florence Wintz (300) Tulane Oratorical and Debating Council Sumter Cousin PrcsiJunl M X M. ScHAUMBURCE.T Sccrclarv anj Treasurer Adele Marx CiFFORD Haines Lulu Westfeldt Robert Curran Herbert Weil Percy Brown Harry Hammett Gus Wakeman Ex-Oficio William Rosenblum Hermann Barnett Martin Kahao (301) Top Roa — Brenner. Center Rom — Monroe, Peters, Miss Koch BoUom Ron) — White, Parish, Johnson UNiVERSiTY COUNCIL Officers J. J. Peters, Jr ■ President W. B. Monroe Vicz-Presidenl and Treasurer Minna F. Koch Secreiar-i) The Tulane University Student Council consists of the Presidents of the Student Bodies of the Uni- versity. The Council was organized in March, 1915, for the purpose of directing student activities, and regulating affairs common to the Student Bodies in general. The Constitution provides that there shall be a President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer. The members are; J. J. Peters, Jr Lam N. C. Johnson Arts and Sciences Minna F. Koch Nev comb NXiLi lAM B. Monroe Technology M. L. Brenner Upto-an Medical J. K. Parrish DoTSinlon n Medical Rov WllJTE Dental K. VON Metzraih Pharmacy (303) Officers Max M. Schaumburcer Speaker Herbert S. Weil Secre arp E. D. Saunders Treasurer Members Barnett West Waldo Ginsberg Provosty Heard Baer Stern Lyons McGee Lemle Morris Hall Popkin Schaumburcer Simon L. Scharff Weil A. Scharff Wolff DeLucas Wiener Schaumburc Saunders BiLLUPS Harrison Wise Moss Sherrouse Parkerson (304) Varsity Debaters Subject: Resolved, That the Monroe Doclrine should be abandoned as a perma- nent pari of ihe foreign policy of the United Stales. Tulane vs. Florida, at Gainesville. Affirmative, ScHAUMBURCER AND CousiN. Tulane vs. Auburn, at New Orleans. Negative, Weil and Hoffman. Aliernaics: West, Curran, Ginsberg, Wolff. (305) (306) 1 DEB OING Q CLUB Officers FIRST TERM W. F. ROSENBLUM PrpKiAeni C. H. Lyons yice-Presiacfil J. Wiener .... Secretar) C. DeLucas Treasurer SECOND TERM W. F. RosENBLUM President P. E, Brown . . . Vice PresiJenl . Secrelar j J. Wiener F. J. Grunewald Treasurer Members Miss Atkinson Davidson Meraux Heard Abbott Gilmer Peters DeLucas Allain Yarrut Roccafote Miller Baer Saunders Rosencarten Nuttall Bauer Ginsberg Waldo Provosty Bowers Grunewald Weil Schaumburcer BiLLups Hamilton Sherrouse Rosenblum Brown Hiccins Grace Wedic Cousin Kiam Hall West Fisher Lyons Hammett (307) Simon Officers Carl E. Woodward President E. Wellington Vice-Presidenl Francisco Lopez Secretary Will J. GrBBENS, Jr Tr as. and Bus. Mgr. Arehitcciural Annual A. M. LocKETT, Jr Assistant Business Manager Members Miss Dorothy Hebert W. M. Owen Ben Dulaney Miss Margaret Johnson Alberto Ramirez D. Gehr J. M. Lapeyre, Jr. J. R. Tornes Louis Hammett Alex Norman E. B. Ludwig W. P. York M. F. Petty Nick Muller C. E. Barron Roger Sharp P i k. " fe " ! Jfi French Circle Officers MoiSE Thibodeaux PresiJenl Marion Lecendre Vice-President J. Frank Fortier Secreiar )-TTcasurer Members SoucHON Meraux GscHWiNN Nunez StOUSE G. J. FORTIER r. J. Martin Lathrop H. J. DE LA Vercne Schaumburcer McCuTCHON McGee Carroll Lescale Shankle Lemle estopinal (310) ENlI ' 57iXES ' 0CI Officers E. C. Hawkins PrciiJcni R. A. PlERPONT Vice-Prciidenl P. E. RooNEY Treasurer E. F. Emmer Secrelar}) Board of Directors S. Perrin H. Zi ECLER H. White A. Bi RENER Members G. Rives E. Bynum L. Stouse H. O ' DONNELL E. Levi E. Ehrhart D. Warriner A. Wolff J, O ' Brien W. Monroe F. Adam D. WiEDMAN L. Brockmann W. Cooke H. Da ETON H. Wyler R. Vallon H. Hamilton J Todd J. Martin D. Watters V. Wilson V. Locan A. Leccett J. GWINN J. Moore H. Bate J. F. FORTIER L. UjFFY (311) G. DUVICNEAUD (312) Tulane Summer Survey Camp —Where We Went HE civil engineers went to Wilson. Now do not think that Wilson is a new town just because it is named after the President. Wilson is like the girl that Sig. rang up on his arrival — it is hard to tell how old it be. But never mind its age. We all agree that Wilson is a fine town. In the first place, its Hotel de Railroad with its elegant dining hall is the best to be found in all that section of the country. It has as many as thirteen rooms with a shower in each room providing you leave your window open. In the second place, Wilson is noted for its amusements. You can go mto the movie show and listen to the gasoline pipe organ as long as you want. If you do not see the one you are looking for in there you may come out and walk around until you find her, then you may go back and enjoy some more music without paying another cent. On Sundays you may go to church, go fishing or go to Jackson. If you are a sensible person you will do the latter. The people in Wilson are a law-abiding people, however, and from our past experience we hereby give a few precautions to be observed within the city limits: Never come into the town without a shirt on unless you are certain that the yardmaster ' s chair is properly insulated (shock proof). Never take the beds out of the hotel windows over the roof. Never question what is set before you at the hotel. If the Wil- son chickens lay pink eggs; that ' s their business. Do not think that because you are a wizard with the Wilson ladies that you are a cowboy with the Wilson cattle. (3H) Intercollegiate Debate Subject: Resolved, That the United States should own and operate a merchant marine Principals — Ruth Heller, Adele Drouet Alternales — Lulie Westfeldt, Jeanne Lanctete Varsity Debaters Subject: Resolved, That the United States should own and operate a merchant marine Team — Ruth Heller, Adele, Drouet y4 ernfl es LuLiE Westfeldt, Jeanne Langtete (314) ;j .SOCIEXX r " v Officers Adele Marx, ' 16 . President Ruth Heller, ' 18 Cler}( of Congress Edith Bayle, ' 18 Chairman of Debalc Mildred Renshaw, " 17 Treasurer Kay Saunders. ' 19 Secreiar- Mary Sumner. " 17 .Secretary of Newcomh Council Rcpresenlaiives lo Tiilane Oratorical Council Adele Marx, ' 16 Gyfford Haines, ' 17 Lullil Ve:tfeldt. ' 17 L. Stone C. Richardson L. Frotscher DEBATING COUNCIL P. Butler, Chairman E. McFetridge J. Snyder L. Saunders R. Heller A. Marx L. ' Westfeldt M. Sumner Anna Koch Gladys Gwinn Miriam Delchamps Adele Marx Rietta Garland Emmie Koch Lydia Becker Ida Lise Black DioNYsiA Dela Cruz Student Members Ruth Heller Laura Saunders LiLLiE Nairne Hermione ' NX ' eil Edith Glenny Frankie Wood Jeanne Lanctete Ouida Barnes Adeline Katz Carolyn Dreyfous Dodo White Juanita Day Minna Koch Bernice Dreyfus Yvonne Dreyfous Mildred Renshaw SoLiDELLE Renshaw Lulie Westfeldt Gyfford Haines Adele Drouet Kay Saunders Hermine Ujffy Julia Schwabacker Jennie Snyder (315) (v . iucK. Officers Jennie Snyder, ' 16 Lessie Madison, Chah ' 17 Secretary Members SOLIDELLE FeLICITE ReNSHAW, ' 16 Minna Frotscher Kcch, ' 16 DiONYsiA Georgiana Dela Cruz, ' 16 Julia Helen Schwabacher, ' 16 Sara Bres, ' 16. Margaret Lowry, ' 16 Ethel Crumb, ' 16 LuLiE Westfeldt, ' 17 Fanny Craig, ' 17 Katherine Caffery, ' 18 Marcerite Ellis, ' 18 Ida Lise Black, ' 19 Mary Seago, ' 19 (316) tvrLtvr Officers Minna Frotscher Koch. " 16 President WiLLIDELLE ScHAWE, ' 16 Vice-President Mildred Renshaw, ' 17 Secretary Adele Parsons, ' 18 Treasurer Executive Committee Minna Frotscher Koch, " 16 Chairman Members SOLIDELLE FeLICITE ReNSHAW, ' 16 WiLLIDELLE ScHAWE. ' 16 Jennie Snyder, ' 16 Jeanette Pardonner. ' 16 Adele Marx, ' 16 Adine Bernard, ' 16 Sara Bres, ' 16 Ethel Crumb, ' 16 Margaret Lowry, ' 16 Erin O ' Niell, ' 16 Dorothy Eudora White, ' 16 Martha Barr Salm, ' 16 Regina Janvier, ' 16 Grace Gillean, ' 16 Doris Kent. ' 17 Mary Sumner, ' 17 Mildred Renshaw. ' 17 LuLiE Westfeldt. ' 17 Laura Discon. ' 17 Katharine Caffery. ' 18 Adele Parsons. ' 18 Ida Lise Black. ' 19 (317) HOEAL WQ HIND Officers Grace D. Gillean President Edith Glenny Vice-President Mary Ayres :....... Secrelar ' j LlLLIE NaiRNE Treasurer Faculty Members Miss Baer Miss Collins Miss Frotscher Miss Harkness Mrs. Harvey Miss Logan Miss Caroline Richardson Miss Lucy Richardson Mary Ayres Katherine Ayres Lydia Becker OuiDA Barnes Claire Bancroft Katherine Caffery Fanny Craig Marion Covington Myrtle Clark Mildred Curran Edith Dupontier Amy Dietze Dorothy Dill Marguerite Ellis Lillian Fortier Rita Garland Grace Gillean Members Edith Greveneurg Edith Glenny Elizabeth Humphreys Jean Hill Minna Koch Anna Koch Emilie Koch Roberta Kafkesburg Georgean Lund Lessie Madison Ida Milling Katherine McFetridge Anna McClellan Lilly Nairne Merrimac Naff Cora Neilus Erin O ' Niell (318) Kathelin O ' Niell Betty O ' Niell Evelyn Pigott Marcella Peret Lnez Pollock Geraldine Pollock Charlotte Sessums Cleta Slagle Mary Seago Jennie Snyder Mary Sumner Miriam Thompson Hermione Ujffy Arthe Vairin LUCINDA WaLMSLEY Recina Walshe LuLiE ' Westfeldt Cercle Dramatique Francais Officers Adi.ne Bernard PrcslJenl Erin 0 " Niell Vice-President Mayda Chalaron Secretary Nathalie Settoon . . ■ Treasurer Members Adine Bernard, " 16 Nathalie Settoon, ' 18 Carrie Wogan. ' 16 Cecile Wogan, ' 18 SOLIDELLE ReNSHAW, ' 16 Macda Chalaron. ' 18 Erin O ' Niell. ' 16 Yvonne Duval, ' 19 Adele Drouet. ' 17 Helen Grevemberc, ' 19 Hermione Weil, ' 17 LUCINDA Walmsley, ' 17 Mildred Renshaw, ' 17 Jeanne Godchaux, " 17 Bianca Farnet, ' 17 Claire Loeb, ' 19 Liluan Fortier, ' 17 Anna McLellan, ' 19 Cornelia Laurans, ' 17 Marion Lemarie Edith Henderson, ' 18 Mrs. Brent CORINNE ROCQUET, ' 18 (319) LATIN CLVB l ledncljs. Faculty Members Miss M. L. Harkness Miss E. M. McFetridge Officers Laura Discon President Lylian Urban Vice-President Cecile Cahn Secretary Jeanne Langetee Treasurer Members Adele Marx Susie Celestin Betty Wall Alice Norton M. E. Kay Elizabeth Fischer Miriam Brown Jeanne Langetee Ruth Meyer Augusta Jordon Frankie Wood Dolly Gill Hermine Ujffy Margaret Weeks Minnie Woodville Minna Koch Yvonne Dreyfus Virginia d ' Ornelles Jennie Snyder Ida Jungle Claire Loeb Grace Gillian Harriet Howell Ruth Bostick Julia Schwabacher Mercedes Discon Geraldine Pollock Helen Wurzlow Janet Reid Evelyn Pigott Laura Discon Emma Schropshire Catherine Buchanan Eugenie Bird Haidee Watkins Mildred Curran Lilian Urban Dorothy Drumm Mildred Weeks Theodosia Shaw Thelma Voss WiLDA Lopez Bianca M. Farnet Cora Shields Marie Bonvillain Rosa Beer Lydia Becker JUANITA WaLLIS Caro Weil Letitia Bonck Eleanor Walter Lucinda Wamsley Katherine McFetridge Gladys Brown Myrtle Steinau Ann Zicler Cay Saunders Helen Grevemberc (320) Officers Jeannette Pardonner PresiJenl Gladys Gwinn Vice-President Doris Kent Treasurer Recina Walshe Secretary Julia Schwabacker Stage Manager Mary Ayres .... Business Manager " BETTY ' S ANCESTORS, " By Emma M. Hunting Cast Betly Winslow Jeannette Pardonner Deborah Wesion Virginia Dill James O ' Mara Adine Bernard Spayde Ella Aphra Vairin Bella Doris Joffrion Gertie Genevieve Lamberton Era CoRiNNE Beer Imogen CaRRIE Wocan Mrs. Austin C. Wellington Minna Koch Miss Elvira Moore Adele DroueT Mrs. Freddie Hilchens DoRIS KenT Mrs. Hilchens ' Ma Hermione WeiL Aunt Lclilia SoLlDELLE Renshaw Ephralm Huniingion Mary Sumner James O ' Mara DoDo White Scene: Living room in ihc Winslow House (321) 1 1 $f f (322) Mandolin-Guitar Club Officers Doris Kent President Erin O ' Niell Leader of Cukars Charlotte Reilly Leader of Mandolins Members MANDOLINS Nina Redditt SOLIDELLE ReNSHAW Julia Schwabacher Fanny Craig Doris Joffrion Kathleen O ' Niell Virginia Grace Edith Henderson Lucille Lombard Charlotte Reilly GUITARS Clara Hall Lily Humphries Erin O ' Niell Jennie Snyder Grace Denis Gyfford Haines Mary Sumner Arthemise Vairin Regina Walshe Caro Weil Mary Lee Brown Leila Joffrion Emily Langham Cornelia Laurans Cecile Wocan Marjorie Hall Lorraine Auerbach UKULELES Ethel Alexander Alice Landon Bettie O ' Niell (324) Tulane Athletic Association BOARD OF DIRECTORS N. B. Vairin, Jr President Prof. Douglas Anderson .... Vice-President T. Semmls Walmsley Secretary John Dymond, Jr Treasurer Clark D. Shaughnessey Director of Athletics With a successful financial season behind, the Athletic Associa- tion expects to be able to put Tulane athletics on a firmer basis with each succeeding year. Since the institution of the athletic fee, men of the student body have attended games better than ever before, and there is no doubt of the steady burning of the Tulane spirit-fire. (327) Coach oacnes CARL A. HANSON WRESTLING AND GYM SPORTS BRUCE I. HAYES COACH BASEBALL v3Sl. ' :- ;::-;sLijja CLARK D. SHAUGHNESSEY DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS, COACH FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL AND TRACK (328) --.h o ZMh iM fC Sr- y 5lD£r I LlflETO ' . - I OIIM., ' c vyoo ' »ya ' v(r- — (329) History of 1 9 1 5 Football By Max M. Schaumburger LIVING up to expectations, the 1915 football season was, without doubt, one of the most successful of recent years, not only in the showing made in the various games, but financially as well. Of course, we did not win any of our most important games, but the scores by which we lost always were an indication that there had been an awful hard fight, and that there were no huge " walk-overs, " such as really occurred in 1914. Besides this, as had also been predicted, the fact that all of the students paid the newly introduced athletic fee was a great deal responsible for the wonderful spirit of enthusiasm which was shown at all times by the large crowds of Tulanians and Newcomb- ites which attended the various contests. One of the biggest factors in the great gridiron success of 191 5 was without any doubt Coach Clark D. Shaughnessey, " the smiling coach. " Smiling, indeed, when everything goes the way he wants it to go, which is the right way, and the only way, but woe to the man who disobeys orders and loafs on the job. Out he comes, and there is no pity ; with Coach Shaughnessey, football is a survival of the fittest, and no preference is given to any man for any job, unless he is decidedly the best man for the posi- tion. Under the direction of the Coach, and Captain " Pete " Mailhes, the squad of " ole-timers " and young uns ' worked like Trojans, and every man who stayed on the squad kept true to form all the way through. Not only the Varsity men, but a good deal of honor is due to the scrubs, who came out faithfully, bearing the brunt of it from day to day. (330) willi never a grumble. To the Medics wlio came out from lime to lime and lusslcd wilh the Varsity, a good deal of credit is due. That there was a real football team at lulane had been suspected long before the end of the season, in particular after that big surprise was sprung against the Alabama " Ma- roons " early in the season. In that game every- r .1 one expected to see 7 ulane trounced badly, but - there was a surprise in store for everybody. For three periods the powerful up-state team was unable to register a tally, the only scoring being done by " Bully " Vander Graaff, the All- Xmerican tackle, who booted a field goal in each period; the final touchdown, when the time for the game was really up, should not have been counted in at all. The great wind-up of the season was, of course, as it has always been, the Turkey Day game against the Tiger in his lair at Red Stick- ille. We did lose the game, it is true, but was there ever a victory for which our team deserved more honor than for this 12-0 score? Everyone will remember the Tiger rush in that first half; how, by flukes and errors, the " Man Eaters " managed to net two tallies; how big " Pete " and plucky little Nick Johnson, mainstays of the team, were put out of the game. After that, matters did indeed look sad and dreary for the fate of the Olive and Blue. Then the memorable come-back of that second half will never be forgotten. Weakened, as the team was by the loss of two of its best players, they not only kept the Tiger from scoring, but com- pletely outplayed him, and at the end of the half there was no change m the score registered against us. The enthusiasm of the students and the alumni after that game will be remembered by all. They seemed finally brought to the realization that Tulane had a real fighting football team, and a coach who knew his business. The big football rally, spring practice, and the fight that was made to retain Coach Shaughnessey are a few of the factors that should count heavily for the 1916 season. No longer need we fear that football will be aboli shed at Tulane, for the slogan, " Good football or no football, " has done its vork. Good football is with us, and with us to stay. FOOTBALL RESULTS 1913 24 13 35 8 32 Tulane 7 Total 119 St. Paul College Southwestern Industrial Spring Hill College 13 University of .Alabama 16 Mississippi College 20 Howard College 3 University of Florida 14 Louisiana State 12 Total ...78 (331) Football " T " Men WOODWARD— " CARL " Do you know Carl Woodward ' s big toe? Well, never again will it kick a football for old Tulane, because the big " Swede " has served his sentence and cannot compete again. His work during the quartet of seasons here has been of the high-class order, and Shaughnessy will have to groom a man to replace the blonde hero on the kickoff, place kick and at tackle. Carl is one of the most popular athletes in the University, and his beautiful soprano voice is an inspiration to his teammates. ROSENTHAL— " ROSY " Newly elected Captain, alleged to be the gabbiest, peppenest gridiron dynamo in the South. " Rosy " played a great game at guard this past 3 ' ear and showed his best stuff out m Florida, his native State, where he was in every play. While it was pouring down ram during the game, he got over on the Florida line-up a couple of times and went through some plays with them. MILHOLLAND— " NUTS " Another Florida hero. " Whitey " played brilliant games every time he started, but he only managed to get in a few plays at Florida. There a terrible " Alligator " bumped him on his milk-coIored dome, where the vegetation was scarce, and rendered him fit for the boobyhatch for the remainder of the contest. Shaugh- nessey had to leach him the sig- nals all over again, and it was hard enough the first time. MAILHES— " PETE " Ole Cap ' n Pete served his last of four faithful years on Olive and Blue Varsity teams with the windup of the past season. Pete, for all this time, has braved the terrors of " Pop ' s " wrath and hearkened not to the siren of the Steamer Sydney in order to make our teams worth while, and in the coming years his graceful (?) form will not be seen stopping some ambitious opponent trying to make a gain through our line. J %„a L , m r: 4 pHH ' ' sHhI h 1 } ' 1 :. ■;rM " -.;»r « g»wT?-» _ (332) FOOTBALL T " MEN FICK— " SLEETER " Eve:clt ' s main grievance is with the newspapers because of ihc in- genuity of the scribes in spelling his name in 57 different varieties. " Flock " and " Fjick " are among the prizewinners. The old boy pcquired the reputation of bearcat when he had to be kepi out of reach of the Howard gentlemen, and he has been peeved over it ever since. Finding football and the Y. M. C. A. presidency too far removed from one another, Sleetcr. realizing how much we needed him, graciously squished the latter. JOHNSON— " NICK " Another one of these pei oxide blondes. We have about half a dozen on the squad. Nick is not much on height, but is right there when it comes to boring his way through an opposing line. From the lightest guard in the South, Shaughnessy made him a plunging halfback. Nick will be on hand next start to bring more honor to his Alma Mater. FAUST— " ED " The fleet little quarterback with the blonde top, who frequently got away for long gains from that position and from halfback, where he will probably play next year. Ed is al- ways a hard, willing Iramer. and was a distinct asset lo the light Tulane backfield. In the role of track captain, Ed continued his speed work. He will be back on the gridiron next year working a; hard as ever. GEORGE— " HORSE " The idol of the fair ladies who attended our games and of Tulane fans for many a year. He certainly learned to play easily. Well. he can pick up almost anything (see certain holelkeepers). Garrets punting has more than once taken old Tulane out of a dangerous hole. and as we will not see him in action again at all. at all. we are filled with everlasting grief. Garrett ' s marcclle wave to his hair is at once the admiration and envy of every skirl who beholds it. - - (333) FOOTBALL " T " MEN JERWICK— " JERRY " alias " PEP " He has as much fight in him as a bull pup when he gels warmed up, but, oh, how he hates to get warmed up! Jerry would rather shamble along through life and dance with Florida girls than anything in this world. This is the lad ' s second year out on the sod, and we will be glad to see him back m togs next year. Jerwick is also a wrestler of no mean ability. Motto: " The effort would kill me. " BLANCHARD Alias " FEET " and " BOOTS " The biggest, laziest, fastest man on the team. " Blanche " has all these characteristics rolled into one, para- doxical as it may seem. " Blanche " was easily the fastest man on the eleven until some rude opponent stepped upon his daint " little ankle, and he had to do a hobble for the rest of the season. Shaughnessy ex- pects great things of this boy next year. KILLEEN Another " Meester Joe, " the living example of pep. A diminutive quarterback who handled the team like clockwork. ALDERETI— " ALKALI IKE " The terrible Mex. One of the best fighting machines on the squad. He can make old General Villa, or Carranza look like a nickle of chile con carne when it comes to the aggressiveness in a battle. While he did not come out until late in the season, Ike played good pigskin clean through his games, and is due to repeal again, some more, besides. Ji (334) FOOTBALL " T " MEN CLAY A new face in Tulanc athletics, but one that jumped into favor right away quick, for the way he held down the end poailion on the team. Bernie is a lank individual, and his words find trouble getting out of his mouth, but the way he can spoil a perfectly good end run is a shame. He is chiefly noted for his adventure with a cow in a pas- lOre near Tulane while he was playing center on the basketball team. WEST Yes. this is the Manager, to whom the war cry, " When do we EAT? " is the most awful of maledictions. But we must hand it to " Juno " for that won- derful feed he handed us on the Florida trip at the Wayside sta- tion. A manager ' s troubles are many, and " Juno " has had hisn, but he handled the reins in good style from the trip to Coving- ton to the journey from Baton Rouge. CAZENEUVE " Mister Joe Evariste Cassanova " is back again in our midst after a year of absence in the wilds of Indiana, and met with a hearty welcome by Tulanians and opponents alike. Joe ' s line of beef was a big factor in boosting up our line, and he lost no opportunity to get in the plays. McGRAW " MAC " The fighting end. Here is another lad Shaughnessy expects bright things of in the approaching fall. He is well up in the speed stuff. a great punter, and. with George on the retired list, will be Tulane s hooter for next season. Mac ' s work on the Varsity basketball and track teams this year will put extra poundage on his frame, and ll looks like a backficid job for hisn. (335) ABOVE FAUST BEING TACKLED BELOW — PART OF TULANE CROWD ABO E CLAY TACKLING BELOW GEORGE RUNNING TULANE S PLUNGING BACKFIELD (338) (339) Tulane Baseball Review, 1915 BY GEORGE W. BOOTH, JR. Playing like world-beaters at home and blowing up like ill-timed firecrackers on the road, the 1915 aggregation of diamond-heavers representing the Olive and Blue had another " successful " season if you look at it from where the stadium grandstand used to be, or " unsuccessful " if you choose to be mean and follow the team on its annual spring jaunt. Briefly and succinctly, our flag-bearers lost ten games and won six. Analyzing the record, the ten games dropped is really not as bad as appears on the face. Two of these ten, at the very start of the season, were with the superb- ly drilled and major-league combination of ball tossers known as the University of Illinois. That is how they appeared to Coach Bruce Hayes, the players and those spectators who wanted to see big league ball, on one side, without hikmg North or East. That leaves eight defeats to be accounted for. Tulane dropped six flat straight on the road, two to Louisiana State, one to Mississippi College, and a tr;o to Ole Miss. Not offering any alibis, Tulane should have won at the very least three of these games — the first with L. S. U, the game with Mississippi College, and the final from Ole Miss. It is not often that a team comes from behind, with two men out in the last half of the ninth, and wins out with a crippled pinch hitter up. That is why Tulane lost the famous 6-5 game to the Tiger; Brockman, after hurling a great game, being the victim. L. S. U. won the second farcical game, score I 9-0. But it really benefited Tulane because it showed that Nelson McNeil, a midget 1 30-pounder, was the pitch- ing find of Southern collegiate baseball — for his size, weight, and skill. McNeil showed up so well that he was pitted against Mississippi College the very next game. It wasn ' t his fault that he was half carried from the field with a split hand in the ninth, with the score a tie. When he left the game Tulane lost. Joe (340) firs( Rom — iVlAMiLts. Adam. Booth, Marsden Second Rom — DucAS. Macrudf.r. Tarleton, Lawrence (341) McLean twirled one of the best games of the season against Ole Miss in the final of the series, losing in ten innings, score 3-2. Back on the home lot Tulane won the majority. It must not be forgotten that Tulane, following the Illinois game, had bested Jefferson College two straight games by identical scores on the home lot. With the road trip ' s dust still in its eyes Coach Hayes ' charges dropped two straight to Marion Institute, and then copped the final through the masterly pitching of McNeil, though his split hand had not quite healed. This last-named victory of Tulane paved the way for Nelson McNeil to perform probably the greatest athletic feat ever pulled off at Tulane, and maybe at any other Dixie school. McNeil, after his win over Marion on a certain Saturday, turned around and beat the strong St. Paul College nine m their own bailiwick at Covington, La., on the Wednesday following, and then — get this close — this wonderful little " midget " — barely ! 30 pounds — defeated Louisiana State University two straight games on Friday and Saturday of the same week. Truly a great performance. No wonder he was unanimously elected captain of the 1916 team, even though a Freshman. The whole team played bright, consistent ball, and the only pity was that the season was so short. Not until the last week, with McNeil in the box, did the team really hit its stride. Captain Magruder proved a brilliant leader. Probably the best " hit-and-run " men in the S. I. A. A., Bobby Tarleton, of Jeanerette, La., was the find of the season at first base. Ruff Adams not only excelled with the mask, but broke up several games with his trusty stick. Marston was the veteran shortstop. Pete Mailhes had a habit of hitting triples and led the team batting. Charley Dugas stopped many a hard drive at third Coleman, Lawrence, Becker, and Brockman, the latter as pitcher a nd outfielder, played star ball. And too much credit cannot be given our veteran coach, Bruce Ignatius Hayes, un- doubtedly the peer of all Southern college baseball tutors. (342) (343) Top Ron — Lyons, Ramirez, Coach Shauchnessey, Moustier, Wolff Boliom Row — Cassagne, McGraw, Altman, Woodward, McLellan (344) RAMIREZ, WOLFF, McLELLAN, MOUSTIER Results of Basketball Season Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane vs. Tulane Opponent Loyola, at New Orleans 52 10 Alumni, at New Orleans 48 18 .Mabama, at New Orleans 33 34 Miss. A. M., at New Orleans 25 12 ' Miss. A. M., at New Orleans 20 16 L. S. U., at Baton Rouge 24 21 L. S. U., at Baton Rouge 21 18 Rice, at Houston 18 39 Rice, at Houston 18 42 Baylor, at Waco 35 24 Baylor, at Waco 19 20 Y. M. G. C, at New Orleans 30 23 High School, at New Orleans 77 10 Y. M. C. A., at New Orleans 36 22 L. S. U., at New Orleans 26 14 L. S. U., at New Orleans 16 20 Texas A. M.. at College Station 18 35 Texas A. M., at College Station 16 39 St. Stanislaus, at New Orleans 32 28 St. Stanislaus, at Bay St. Louis 35 20 (345) L. ' i u . Cuai d Bas ketball " T " Men JJJQJ Altman, Forward !r i — ■.♦jf ' McGraw, Guard Woodward, Guard Clay, Center Cassagne, Forward (347) 1 1 } 1 Tulane ' s 1915 Track Team By Ed Faust, Captain 1916 N the whole, the 1915 track season was a success. It is true, we failed to lick the Tigers; but not only did we put up a good, stiff fight, as evidenced by a one-point difference in the score, but we actually had them beaten up to the relay race, an event which before this year d:d not score any points. We had the best of coaching, and want all Tulanians to appreciate how much we owe Coach E. R. Sweetland. The usual number of meets were held, with one addition. There was the interdepartment meet, won by the Meds; the Tulane-L. S. U. dual meet, already spoken of; the S. I. A. A., held at Tulane Stadium, and in which Tulane took second place, with eight points to spare between them and our dear friends, the Tigers. Mississippi A. M. was a comfortable distance ahead of both, while Vanderbilt was last. The interfraternity meet must not be forgotten. In this the Dekes emulated the proverbial dark horse, and nosed out the Kappa Sigs. In addition, Tulane sent her team this year into the Southern A. A. U. championships, an event in which she has not been represented in several years. Tulane carried off first honors on Junior Day, and made a more than creditable showing against the Young Men ' s Gymnastic Club on Senior Day. Under the leadership of Captain Reggie Schmidt was perhaps one of the largest teams that ever represented Tulane. In all, seventeen letters were awarded. Among the men returned from the 1914 squad were Schmidt and Oakes in the hurdles and sprints ; Ed Faust, Stouse, and Achorn in the middle distance; Jones in the pole vault; McGraw in the quarter, and Wyndam and Fick in the weights. Quite a number of new men made their T ' s this year, and among them are Simpson, Mogabgab, Mo- dinger, Bair, Todd, Ludwig, Mann, Wolff, and Fenno. Weinmann, Morris, and Tucker also competed in the various meets. Most of these men return next year, and then watch that 1916 team. (348) Track " T " Men t AJ ACHORN Mann Jones Wolff MOCABGAB LUDWIC Results of 1915 Track Meets TULANE MEN IN 1915 S. A. A. U., SENIOR DAY— TULANE STADIUM . 880- Yard Run — Slouse, Tulane, second. 1-Mile Run — Faust, Tulane. Time, 4:41 1-5. Shot Put — Simpson, Tulane, third. High Jump — Barr, Tulane, third. Hammer — Fick, Tulane, third. Broad Jump — Oakes, Tulane, first. Distance, 22 feet 4 1-2 inches. (New record.) Discus — Simpson, Tulane, second ; Mogabgab, Tulane, third. Weight — Simpson, Tulane, second. Team Score— Y. M. G. C, 85; Tulane, 24 St. Paul College, 15; St. Paul A. A., 14 Eunice. 13; unattached, 12; Miss. A. M., 8 L. S. U., 7; Catholics, 6; Covington, 4; Bir- mingham " Y, " 3; Lafayette, 2. TULANE MEN IN 1915 S. A. A. U., JUNIOR DAY, TULANE STADIUM. 120- Yard High Hurdles — Ludwig, Tulane, second; Todd, Tulane, fourth. 220- Yard Low Hurdles— Wolff, Tulane, first; Todd. Tulane, second. 440-Yard Dash— McGraw. Tulane, third. Half-Mile Run — R. Mann, Tulane, second. Three-Mile Run — . chorn, Tulane, second. Pole Vault — Jones, Tulane, second. Discus — Simpson, Tulane, second. Shot Put — Modinger, Tulane. 35 ft. 10 in., first; Simpson, Tulane, second. High Jump — Barr, Tulane, 5 ft. 8 in., first. 56-Pound Weight — Simpson, Tulane, second. Hop, Step and Jump — Ludwig, Tulane, fourth. TULANE, 1915, INTERSCHOL.ASTIC MEET, TULANE STADIUM Summary: 100-Yard Dash — Jenkins, Eunice, first; Peler- man. Gulfcoast M. A., second; Passman, Cov- ington High, third. Time, 10 seconds flat. (New record.) 220-Yard Dash — Jenkins, Eunice, first; Peter- man, Gulfcoast M. A., second; Schindler, Boys ' High, third. Time, 23 seconds flat. (New record.) 1 20-Yard High Hurdles— Delcambre, St. Paul, first; Kemper, Franklin, second; Sherwood, Boys ' High, third. Time, 17 seconds flat. (New record.) 220-Yard Low Hurdles — Jenkins, Eunice, first; Ellis, Meridian, second; Kemper, Frank- lin, third. Time, 27 3-5 seconds. 440-Yard Dash — Jenkins, Eunice, first; Schindler, Boys ' High, second; Gladney, Man- ual, third. Time, 54 seconds flat. Half-Mlle Run— McLellan, Manual, first; Dunn, Meridian, second; Prejean, St. Paul, third. Time, 2 minutes 10 seconds. Mile Run — Breeland, Bogolusa, first; Curtis, Jesuits, second; Grimmer, St. Paul, third. Time, 4.53 1-5. (New record.) Pole Vault— Richard, St. Paul. 10 feet 11 1-2 inches, first; McWilliams, Meridian, second; Beer, Manual, third. (New record.) High Jump — Tycer, St. Paul, 5 feet 6 inches first; Favrot, Manual, second; Sims, Gulfcoast M. A., third. Broad Jump — Jenkins, Eunice, 21 feet 1-2 inch, first; Berckes, Night School, second; Del- cambre, St. Paul, third. Shot Put— Delcambre, St. Paul, 44 feet 8 1-2 inches, first; Hughes, Eunice, second; Dedier, St. Paul, third. Hammer — Delcambre, St. Paul, 145 feet 8 inches, first; Tycer, St. Paul, second; A. Chau- vin, St. Paul, third. (New record.) Discus — Hughes, Eunice, 1 53 feet 8 1 -2 inches, first; Sherwood, Boys ' High, second; Tycer, St. Paul, third. Points scored in events: St. Paul. 5 firsts, 1 second, 6 third; Eunice, 6 firsts, 1 second; Manual, I first, 1 second, 2 thirds; Meridian, 3 seconds; Boys ' High, 2 seconds, 2 thirds; Gulf- coast M. A., 2 seconds, 1 third; Bogolusa, 1 first; Franklin, 1 second, I third; Jesuits, 1 second; Night School, 1 second; Covington, 1 third. (350) Total poinis: St. Paul, 34; Eunice, 33; Manual. 10; Meridian, 9; Boys ' High. 8; Gulf- coasl M. A., 6; Bogolusa. 5; Franklin. 4; Jesuits. 3; NigHl School, 3; Covington I. Relay Race — St. Paul (A. Chauvin, Richard. Delcambre), first; Eunice (Fuselier, Barnctt, Jenkins), second; Boys ' High (Wyler. O ' Reilly, Schindler). third. Time, 48 2-5 seconds. TULANE-L. S. U. 1915 DUAL MEET. Tulane tasted firsi blood when Oakes won ihe 100-yard with Jenkins of L. S. U. second, and Galloway of L. S. U. third. Time, 10 2-5 seconds. Half-mile — Stouse. Tulane, first; FausI, Tu- lane. second; Otl, L. S. U.. third. Time, 2 minutes 7 seconds. 120- Yard High Hurdles— Lewis, L. S. U., first; Oakes, Tulane, and Burris, L. S. U., first and second to finish respectively, were disquali- fied for knocking down hurdles; Schmidt, of Tulane did not finish. Time. 16 3-5. Only one place counted. Quarler-mile — Galloway. L. S. U., first; Stouse, Tulane, second; Jenkins. L. S. U., third. Time. 52 seconds. 220-Yard — Bruner. L. S. U.. first; Galloway, L. S. U., second; Morris. Tulane. third. Time, 23 seconds flat. High Jump — Barr. Tulane, first. 5 feet 10 inches; Funk. L. S. U., second; Voorhies. L. S. U.. third. Pole Vault — Thorgeson. L. S. U.. first; Jones, Tulane. second; Newhauser. L. S. U., third, 1 1 feet. Broad Jump — Oakes. Tulane, first ; Jenkms, L. S. U.. second; Morris. Tulane. third. Dis- tance, 21 feet 11 1-2 inches. Said to be new S. I. A. A. record. No comparison available. 16-pound Hammer — Cooper, L. S. U., first; Bryant, L. S. U., second; Fick, Tulane. third. Distance, 107 feet 1 1 inches. Mile Run — Faust. Tulane. first; Preston, L. S. U.. second; Olt. L. S. U.. third. Time, 4 minutes. 51 seconds. Discus — Simpson. Tulane. first; Mogabgab. Tulane, second; Cooper, L. S. U.. third; 106 feet. Relay Race — L. S. U. Team victors. Bruner, Lewis. Jenkins, Galloway. Tulane team — Wolf, McGraw. Norman, Stouse. 1 ime. 3 minutes 37 4-5 seconds. S. I. A. A. 1915 MEET. TULANE STADIUM 100- Yard Dash— Noble, Mississippi, first; Wells, Mississippi, second; Bruner, L. S. U., third. Time, 10 seconds flat. 220- Yard Dash — Noble. Mississippi, first; Wells. Mississippi, second; Bruner, L. S. U., third. Time. 22 sccondi Hal. 440- Yard Dash— Scott, Mississippi, first; Gal- loway. L. S. U., second; Stouse, Tulane, third. Time. 49 1-5 seconds. (New record.) Half-mile Run — Scott, Mississippi, first; Stouse, Tulane, second; Powe, Mississippi, third. Time. 1 :55 4-5. (New record.) Mile Run — Garner. Vanderbilt, first; Faust, Tulane, second; Rea. Mississippi, third. Time. 4:29 1-5. (New record.) 1 20- Yard High Hurdles— Oakes. Tulane. first; Lewis. L, S. U.. second; Burris. L. S. U., third. Time, 15 4-5 seconds. (Oakes knocked down one hurdle, so record does not stand.) 220-Ya:d Low Hurdles — Stahlman. Vander- bilt. first; Schmidt, Tulane, second; Renfrow. Mississippi, third. Time, 26 seconds flat. (Equals record.) Pole Vault — Parker, Mississippi, first; Thor- geson, L. S. U.. second; Jones. Tulane. tKird. (Both Parker and Thorgeson cleared the bar at 1 1 feet 8 1 -8 inches, a new record.) High Jump — Biglane, Mississippi, first; Barr. Tulane, second; Funk. L. S. U., third. Height. 5 feet 1 1 inches. Hammer — Spurlock, Mississippi, first; Mc- Arthur, Mississippi, second; Cooper. L. S. U.. third. Distance, 124 feel II inches. Broad Jump — Oakes. Tulane. first; Biglane. Mississippi, second; Parker. Mississippi, third. Distance. 22 feet 1-2 inch. (New record.) Shot Put— Reid, L. S. U.. first; McA.thut, Mississippi, second; Windham. Tulane, third. Distance, 39 feet 11 1-2 inches. Discus — Veazy. Mississippi, first; Simpson. Tulane. second; Cooper, L. S. U., third. Dis- tance, 115 feet 10 Inches. One Mile Relay — Mississippi (Wells, Milam, Gaddy and Scott), first; X ' anderbilt (Chester, Stevenson. Stahlman and Turner). second. Time. 3:26 4-5. (New record.) Total points: Mississippi. 59; Tulane, 28; L. S. U.. 20; Vanderbilt, 10. Wearers of the " T " in 1915-1916 Barr Clay West Cazeneuve Woodward Rosenthal MiLHOLLANE f Jerwick Killeen Waters George Altman Morris Faust Maihles Watters Aldereti McNeill Bruns Johnson Adam Lyons Simpson Booth Marston DUGAS Magruder Jones Wolff Stouse Oakes McGraw Ludwig FiCK Mogabgab Todd modinger Tarleton Lawrence AcHORN Mann Cassagne (352) OTHER SPORTS k (353) Southern Intercollegiate Tournament HE Southern Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament was held in New Orleans for the first time in 1915, being played on the clay courts of the New Orleans Country Club during the second week of May. The tournament was held by the Tulane Athletic Association, under the auspices of the U. S. N. L. T. A., and proved to be a success in every way. Teams were entered from the University of Texas, Vanderbilt University, Louis- iana State University, and Tulane University of Louisiana. Tulane won both the singles and doubles championships ; Douglas Watters winning the singles, and Douglas Watters and Henry Bruns winning the doubles. The University of Texas was runner-up in both of these events. Vanderbilt and L. S. U. were eliminated m the early rounds of the tournament. Both universities had two entries in the singles and one team in the doubles. The finals of the doubles between Stacy and Broad of Texas, and Watters and Bruns of Tulane proved to be the fastest match of the tournament, and one of the fastest doubles matches ever seen on the New Orleans courts. Stacy of Texas was at his best and his " killing " was the finest ever exhibited on the local courts. Broad played a steady game, but was the weakest of the four players. Bruns and Watters displayed fine team- work and were equally good on attack and defense. Watters gained point after point by his clever net playing, and Bruns showed wonderful accuracy and speed on his driving. Watters and Bruns won the first two sets, but lost the third, which was the hardest fought of the match and showed up the best tennis. The Texas team then slowed up somewhat and Tulane won the fourth set and the match. The final score was 6-3; 6-4; 6-8; 6-4. In the singles, Stacy of Texas and Watters of Tulane reached the finals. Stacy won from Morris of Tulane in his half of the semi-finals, and Watters defeated Arthur Waters, both of Tulane, in the other half. This Watters-Waters match was a good one and Watters only won the same after being forced to the full five sets. Stacy and Watters then met in the finals, and after three very closely contested sets, Watters won the singles championship for Tulane. Stacy played well, but Watters out- (Continued on page 356) (354) ABOVE WATERS, MORRIS BELOW WATTERS, BRUNS, FAUST, MGR. (355) BRUNS, WATTERS SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONS TULANE TEAM BRUNS, WATERS INTER-FRATERNITY CHAMPIONS SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE TOURNAMENT (Continued from page 354) played him in every department of the game except killing. The last set was the best one, and it looked as if Stacy was going to win the same, but hei seemed to tire at the critical moment and Watters pulled the set out. The final score was 6-4 ; 6-3 ; 8-6. The Tulane Team Henry Bruns, Captain — " Southern Intercollegiate Doubles Champion (with Doug- las Walters) " ; " Singles Champion of the New Orleans Lawn Tennis Club; " " Doubles Champion of the New Orleans Lawn Tennis Club (with Douglas Watters) " ; " Semi- finalist in Singles, and in Doubles (with Esmond Phelps), in the Southern Open Cham- pionship Tournament; " " Semi-finalist in Singles, and in Doubles (with R. B. Logan), in the Tennessee State Championships; " " Winner of the Tulane Inter-Fraternity Doubles (with Arthur Waters: Sigma Chi) ; " " Tulane Tennis Team 1914-15. " Douglas Watters — " Southern Intercollegiate Singles, and Doubles (with Henry Bruns), Champion; " " Doubles Champion of the New Orleans Lawn Tennis Club (with Henry Bruns) ; " " Winner of Point Judith Country Club Doubles Tournament (with H. M. MacKinney) ; " " Semi-finalist in Point Judith Singles Tournament; " " United States N. L. Tennis Ranking, Class B, 20-30; " " Tulane Tennis Team, 1914-15. " Arthur Waters — " Winner of Barrie Tennis Club Singles, and Doubles (with W. A. Boys), Tournament; " " Semi-finalist in Singles, and in Doubles (with Edgar Morris), in the Southern Intercollegiate Championships; " " Winner of the Tulane Inter- Fraternity Doubles (with Henry Bruns: Sigma Chi) ; " " Tulane Tennis Team, 1913-15. " Edgar Morris — " Semi-finalist in Singles, and in Doubles (with Arthur Waters), in the Southern Intercollegiate Championships; " " Tulane Tennis Team, 1913-15. " (356) LEGGETT, JERWICK, DR. LO ' E, COACH HANSON, PEREZ, NORMAN, THIBODEAUX, BALDWIN, APPLEBAUM Physical Training Notes, 1915-1916 , S a supplement to the Physical Training Course, the following tournaments are held for the benefit of the whole student body. The Wrestling Tourna- ment heads the list as being the most popular and beneficial, and had at the beginning of the year over one hundred students enrolled, including Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors from every department in the University. Competition is based on seven weight divisions; namely. Paper Weight, up to 108 pounds; Bantam, 108 to 115; Feather, 1 15 to 125; Light, 125 to 135; Welter, 135 to 145; Middle, 145 to 158; Heavy, 158 and up. After many elimination matches and up to the time of publication of the JaMBALAVA the fcllowing men represent the various weights: Paper, Kohlman vs. Gondran in the finals; Bantam, Edmonson vs. Bostick, wrestle in finals; Feather, Thibodeaoux vs. Marsalis, in finals; Lightweight, Mather, Kerlein, Landry, George and Perez are still in the semi-finals; Middle, Koen, Voss, Heath, Cassagne, and Legett are in semi-finals; while in Heavyweight Buchanan, Wellington, Simpson, and Jerwick are in semi-finals. A full wrestling suit is given the winners of each weight. Since wrestling started three (357) (358) years ago at Tulane many local outside competition matches have been held, and last year Tulane won over $50 worth of medals, in gold, silver and bronze, and also holds the Ail-Southern Amateur Titles in Paper, Bantam, Feather, Light, Middle and Heavy- weights, losing the Welterweight title by a very small margin. The University of Texas, University of Arkansas, and Oklahoma A. M. wish to meet Tulane University mat artists in competition, but due to low finances of the Athletic Association we are unable to guarantee bringing these respective schools here in exchange for our men going there. The Handball Tournament, begun this year, had an enrollment of about seventy- five students in the single matches, and after many elimmations the following men remain in the semi-finals: Bourgeois, Hammett, Ruby, Vallas, Legendre, and Jaubert, all of whom are favorites and have equal playmg abilities. The doubles in handball are repre- sented by Keplinger and Bourgeois vs. Ramirez and Parkerson ; Legett and Peyroux vs. Hammett and Hubener; Gallo and George vs. Beckley and Duffy; Brown and Thibo- deoux vs. Ruby and Fassman; Souchon and Griswold vs. Mather and Shankle; Vallas and Hamilton vs. Legendre and Gondran; Jaubert and Scharff, A., vs. Stouse and Schai ' ff, L. ; Cassagne and Barry vs. Martin and Simpson. This sport has come into prominence in the last two years. The Boxing Tournament, begun this year, has an enrollment of sixty-five students. The following students have bright prospects of doing some good work in this sport and possibly landing some All-Southern Amateur titles for Tulane: Bostick, Edmonson, Meyer, Ogden, Boatner, Fassman, George, Legett, Schaumburger, Granata, Maihles. Simpson, Aldereti, and Bruner. Legett, Meyer, Schaumburger, and Granata have had experience and training through workouts with some of the first-class amateurs of this city and elsewhere. The gymnasium and physical training work is not only for the benefit of a few star athletes, but for the benefit of the whole student body. If every student who pays the required $5.00 gymnasium fee would take up the course of work in a regular and sys- tematic way, he would receive more than his money ' s worth in a surprisingly short period of time. Don ' t wait until you graduate and then join some Y. M. C. A. or athletic club which will cost you from $15 to $50 per year membership, and possibly not receive the personal attention that you are always gladly given at the Tulane gymnasium. (359) ANNUAL FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE TUG-OF-WAR (360) (361) Newcomb Athletic Association Officers Dodo White, ' 16 PresiJent Lyda Belden, ' 15 Vice-Presidenl Regina Walshe, ' 17 Treasurer Lilly Nairne. ' 17 Secretary Cecile Wocan, ' 18 Yvonne Ross, ' 18 Grace Sheen, ' 19 Zou Chase, " 18 Gyfford Haines, ' 17 Lucinda Walmley, ' 17 Miriam Delchamp, ' 18 Aphra Vairin, ' 17 Arthe Vairin, ' 17 Inez Pollock, ' 19 Ethel Crumb, ' 16 Adele Marks, ' 16 Francis Sexton, ' 18 Corinne Beer, ' 19 Margaret Ellis, ' 18 Helen McClean, ' 19 Dodo White, ' 16 Regina Walshe, ' 17 Edith Glenny, ' 17 Natalie Settoon, ' 18 Margaret Roussel, ' 19 Members Regina Janvier, ' 16 Yvonne Dreyfus, ' 18 Cora Nealis, ' 18 Minna Koch, ' 16 Dorothy Thompson, ' 18 Jean Hill, ' 17 LiLLiE Nairne, ' 17 Irma Robinson, ' 16 Dyonisia de LA Cruz Kathleen Black, ' 16 Amy Dietze, ' 19 Mary Ayres. ' 17 Anna Parsons, ' 17 Amelia Koch, ' 19 Julia Schwabacher, ' 16 Claire Bancroft, ' 18 Emily Langham, ' 18 Cay Saunders, ' 19 Mathilde Nairne, ' 18 Laura Saunders, ' 17 Lillian Kessler, ' 19 Solidelle Renshaw, ' 16 Margaret Le Mothe, ' 19 Katherine Caffery, " 18 Lillian Fortier, ' 17 Julia Ellis. ' 18 Alice Landon, ' 18 Jessie Madison, ' 17 Clara Hall, ' 16 16 Helen Wharton, ' 19 Minne Woodville. ' 19 Evangeline Magruder, ' 19 Georgejean Lund, ' 19 Viola Lund, ' 19 Flora Stuebs, " 16 Elizabeth Kraus, ' 19 Doris Joffrion, ' 17 Lucille Lombard, ' 18 Caro Weil, ' 17 Miriam Brown, ' 16 Kathleen O ' Niell, ' 17 Sarah Bres, ' 16 (362) I CoRDELL Kemper, ' 19 Catherine Ayres. ' 19 Lydia Becker, ' 19 Grace Denis, ' 17 Anna Koch, ' 19 Lucy Wallace, ' 19 Madelaine Hakenjos, ' 19 Alice Parkerson, ' 19 Ruth Meyer, ' 19 Evelyn Picott, ' 19 Mildred Curran, ' 19 CoRiNNE Roquet. ' 18 Jeanette Pardonner, ' 16 Katherine McFetridce, ' 16 Fanny Craig, " 17 Helen Gravemberc, ' 19 ■Yvonne Duval, ' 19 TrEBY MlCHIE, ' 18 Berenice Dreyfus, ' 19 Eunice Baccich, ' 18 Geraldine Pollock. ' 19 Leonora Pollock, ' 19 Leonora Duval. ' 19 Dolly Gill, ' 19 Caroline Dreyfous, ' 19 Ruth Heller, ' 18 Margaret Huck, ' 16 Augusta Jordan, ' 16 Nina Reddit, " 16 Martha Foster, ' 18 Mary Evelyn Kay, ' 18 Brunette Lob, ' 16 Ethel Lob, ' 19 WiLLIDELL 5cHAWE. ' 16 Adeline Katz. ' 19 Rosalie Van Der Veer, ' 19 Adele Drouet, " 17 Hermione Weil, ' 17 Clemence Kohlmann. ' 17 Ruth Bultmann, " 17 Hermine Ujffy, ' 16 Anne Zeicler. ' 19 Virginia d ' Arlnellis. ' 19 Betty Wall. ' 19 RoMOLA Ross. ' 16 Martha Salm. ' 16 Sarah Winston. ' 19 Cleta Slagle, ' 17 Calista Morgan. ' 19 Elizabeth Humphries, ' 16 Caroline Smith. ' 19 Maud E stcrce. ' 16 Ida Lise Black, ' 19 Field Day, April 10, 1915 CLASS EVENTS Class Exercises — FirsI place, 1915; second Class Ccme — Flrsl place, 1915; second place, place. 1918. 1917. R:la ) Race — FirsI place. 1917; second place, 1915. INDIVIDUAL EVENTS Major Events Running High Jump — First place, Mary Ayres, " 17, 4 fl; second place, Helen Sanders, ' 15. 4 fl. Pulling the Shot — FirsI place, Lyda Belden. ' 15. 25 fl.. 11 in.; second place. Dodo While. ' 16. 24 ft.. 2 in. Standing Broad Jump — FirsI place. Rulh Bult- mann. ' 17. 6 ft.. 9J 2 in-; second place, Mary Ayre;, ' 17, 6 ft.. 9 in. Balance Beam — First place. Adele Parsons. ' 18; second place, Willidelle Shawe, ' 16. Minor Events Hop, Sl(ip and Jump — First place, Mary Ayres, ' 17, 20 ft., 5 in.; second place, Nathalie Seltoon, ' 18, 19 ft.. Ill ' , in. Taenfy Yard Dash — First place. Dorris Joff- rion, ' 17; second place. Nathalie Setloon. ' 18. Throwing Basl(elhall — First place. Marguerite Ellis. 18. 62 ft.. 4 in.; second place. Lyda Belden. ' 15. 61 ft.. 10 in. Outdoor BoTsting — First place. Ella Reiss. ' 15; second place. Miriam Brown. ' 16. IViltiam Tell Slunl — First place. NX ' illidelle Schawe. ' 16; second place. Lyda Belden. 15. Baiting Indoor Ball — FirsI place, Clara Hall. 16. 59 ft.; second place. Charlotte Frere, ' 15, 56 ft.. 2 in. (363) Finl Row — Redditt, Koch, Lob, Janvier, De La Cruz, Salm Second Row — UjFFY, ScHAWE, Montgomery (Mascot), Schwabache:?, Renshaw Third Row — Black, White Senior Basketball Team Kathleen Black . Captain Brunette Lob Manager Solidelle Renshav; Williedell Schawe Dionysia Dela Cruz Minna Koch Dodo White Regina Janvier Julia Schwabacher Martha Salm Nina Redditt Margaret Huck Hermine Ujffy Clara Hall Augusta Jordan (36-t) Fin.1 Roa — BuLTMAN, 1 1. Weil, Parsons, O ' Niell, Glenny, C. Weil Second RoTv — Haines, Joffrion, Fletcher (Mascot), Vairin, Craig Third Row — Hill, A res, Nairne Junior Basketball Team Mary Ayres I nt fnm Kathleen O ' Niell aianagcr Doris Joffrion Edith Glenny Card Weil Ruth Bultman Hermione Weil Aphra Vairin Adele Drouet Arthe VAir.iN Anna Parsons Gyffcrd Hainzs Lily Nairne Fanny Craig Jean Hill (365) Lund, Nairne, Celestin, Heller, Settoon, Delchamps, Lombard, Cafferv, Ellis Sophomore Basketball Team Marguerite Ellis . Gaptain Ida Jungle Ianagcr Lucille Lombard CoRiNNE Roquet Katherine Caffery Mary Evely Kay Natalie Settoon Susie Celestin Ruth Heller Viola Lund AucE Rightor Mathilda Nairne MiRUM Delchamps Treby Michie (366) First Rom — McFetridce, Saunders, Lund. Dietze, Dreyfous, d ' Arnellas, Pollcck Second o© — LoEB, Koch, Pollock, Kessler Macruder Third Roa — Wall, Vander Veer, Richardson Fresh Te man l earn Gecrcean Lund Manager Rosalie Van der Veer Captain Amy Dietze Coal Evangeline Macruder Coal Lillian Kessler Guard Geraldine Pollock Cuard Cay Saunders Cuard Betty Wall Cuard Rosalie Van der Veer Center Virginia d " Ornella Sub Caroline Dreyfous Sub Catherine Richardson Sub Anna Koch Sub Inez Pollock Sub Katherine McFetridge Sub Ethel Lob Sub (367) MAX M. SCHAMBURGER REPRESEXTATIN ' E " DAILY STATES " (368) SNAPSHOTS OF SENIOR MEDICS (371) DOING THE BUCK AND WING (372) No more ivill Bob serve cooling beer. No more we ' ll shooi those games of Kellv pool. No place lo bull; J shed a tear. Nothing lo do biil go to church and school. (373) Heard from Newcomb Section at S. I. A. A. Meet In regard to top row: First Pair — Aren ' t they just as strong-looking as anything? But, say, Grace, he ' s knock-kneed. I never could love a knock-kneed man. Second pair — Don ' t you adore hairy men? His legs just look like a cave man ' s. 1 bet if he loved you, he would carry you off to a cave, or something. Third Pair — Tell me, Gwendolyn, do you think they are fat or just chubby? Now, I like chubby boys, because they are nice, like my poodle; but fal ones are abominable. I hey have double chins, and that isn ' t nice. Fourth Pair — Negroes on mjj father ' s place would call that man skw-fooled. The way he catches his little trousers is right cute, though, don ' t you think? Fifth Pair — He don ' t look like an athlete! Why, his legs are just as smooth and straight as a ten- year-old girl ' s. He ' s big, all right, but I like I noil)j muscles. In regard to bottom row : First Pair — Look at the funny little dimples all around his knees ! I heard you had to keep your feet straight when you ran. and he spreads his out wide. New. think he ought to wear more clothes, anyhow. Secmd Pair — He-he, he-he. His legs are all crooked. Gee, Fannie, he ' s bumpy as the Clio car line. Third Pair — Know who that is, Annibel? That ' s (whisper). Don ' t you think he has a grand shape? I was studying about Hercules last week, and he would just feel puny if he was here. Fourth Pair — 1 l(now he ' s bowlegged, but I say, you don ' t mind after you get used to it. And it ' s just lovely in hurdling, he says so. Sometimes you can let one go through without jumping while the judges aren ' t looking. Fifth Pair — Oh, they ' re pretty good. Gladys, below the knee, but they look like a lamp chimney to my eyesight. Sixth Pair — I think he ' s just a wonderful looking man. .Aren ' t you sorrii for his poor little foot, all bandaged up? Anybody woull be proud of legs like those. (374) Ls;§V-... DORM _FRESHMAN jj VICTIM OF FAKE QUARANTEEN , 7 i ' ' s : : P MED CS DEFEAT " " " ACADEMICS ► ' AT FOOTBALL ' » " DRIFTER " SHOWS " ;v » ,, M ' " ' ' ' •:. • l ' ! ' ' .s- " " " k, " , AT P I A 7 A ' ' i i ■ ' ' V " ' ' ' fit. - BE " CLAMORS FHOM SU ».. ,,,; ' NS GAME FOR MEO.CS ' A --J T L A •• , 7 - - CASE AS MAPPY GOES OOV N ' ' ' ' ' ' ' lu, " E ED FUMBLE ' • •N ' X " V - - " " - " " AUDUBON BOULEVARD. ;„„ |„ mS ' «■••:£ ' " ' •« ' ' ■lonill.,r, t ' ijY V own countenances. [ ' " JO. . J I .fill) )cllln«. -r»rJMl,M»: ' » .1... Mm-«i J..n„i„„, O .N t- f i « " ►■ " ■■I " " ' " ' " •■ " " Th i Tulane Weekly tinn ' t " " " ' " on onl ' ■ ' ' " ' ' ' ' J, why Ih-. ' Sn " ' ,0 many " Uow - ' BLISHEn BY THE STUDENTS OF TULANE UNIVERSI OmcrAT, inillLlCATION OK TU-J| LANK UN ' IVKaslTV AND THIO Tl ' LANE ATKI.hn ' IC ASSO- CIATION m f i ' i -• " S l W ' " ■■■«„, " ■ " ■ 1. ,f ' .r.a .1 N,w O-lc... .•)■ ' • .■-t -it " ' " ' - r ,,. 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WE HAVE ASSEMBLED A MENAG- ERIE OF EXTRAORDINARY QUAL- ITY. NEVER WERE SUCH UN- EARTHLY BOOBS ASSEMBLED TO- GETHER UNDER ONE CANVAS UN- TIL THE PRESENT OCCASION. PLEASE DO NOT POKE THE ANI- MALS, THEY ARE PROBABLY SORE ALREADY. 083) The Zoo " Nuts " " Good thing they put me in here. Didn ' t think they would leave the football manager out. Girls, 1 am young, and innocent, and pure, and only smoke Camel cigarettes. " Ce( the Hooka " Fresh " This muscular Freshman is the pride (?) of his class. The only one this year that hails from a city (?). He was lately initiated lo the Knights of the Con- crete Floor. " Cee, g r s, ami I cule. " Axel " No. Axel doesn ' t belong to the Rotary Club. He is also a valiant Knight. Some say he ' s a bear (Polar) m Agency. Shoot ii oil. " Mac " Men may come and men may go, so does the dough. B 4-D =N„. This young chemist is discovering a chemical to kill the boll weevil. •; " Meester Joe " From the sublime to the ridiculous. Caruso is slil! looking for him. Is it a law book he has under his arm? Why, sure not, he ' s studying the principal character in " Ten Nights in a Bar-Room. " Say, DreTV, quit } our iddin. (384) THE ZOO " Gf.ORCE " He ' s not sick. Il ' s natural. He only looks ihal way because he knows it won ' t show. What won I show? The misplaced eyebrow. Excuse me, it ' s only a Bull Strainer. IVhal woulJ Vjoi; Jo ailhoul il, Palricl(? " Mil " He ' s a bally old chappie. Never could catch a pig in a ditch, but always could catch a damsel s eye. Some say he will make a good doctor. Some say a good cashier. IVh don ' t you let someone have a chance at Class President? Ladies, this i; Jimmie. He ' s awfully dirty (a " engineer), but still he can hurdle (sometimes). The only thing you won ' t like about the animal, ladies, is that he is bashful and never makes any noise. [Ve engineers bathe every Saturday " Dave and Nelxil " " ' o-j can tell by the smile and stand that they are both good (?). You can tell that they are bright by the books. Dave believes in preparedness. He wears the Fresh Shield. IV e ma} e the Ivor Id go round. " Arthur and Mac " The animals still come in two by twos, the chim- panzee and the kangaroo. The kangaroo s name is — but he never drinks water. The chimpanzee is cap- tain of a schcduleless Varsity team. IVonder Hthat team that is. (385) THE ZOO " Dutch " No, not from the New York Police Force. Some say that they think they heard that he thinks thai he ' s smart. Oh! by the way, he ' s a Senior. Tell us about the Siberian banl ing system. Trenchy and Warren " Big: " I ' m going to graduate this year. " llTTLE: " Isn ' t the Tulane Weel ly better than ever. " Big: " Hope I pas3. " Little: " Me for the Jcmbalaya next year. " (Dreams of ignorance, friends.) Congrats, bo) s. " Mar " " I always have a handkerchief in my pocket, and like perfume. Oh, girls, don ' t you like my form. " Get a gun, James, he ' s suffering. Sa ), referee, he ' s holding. " Tubby " " I ' m a lone she wolf, and it ' s my time to howl. Whoop-e-e. Am also a cow puncher, but say, the girh think I ' m good looking. " Cut it out, Texas, we ' ve got enough of your bull over here. Hit him H ' l Zi a lily. " Morris and Harrison " Reveries — Tulane Night. These are only models, you understand. There are times — hie — when you think you might ' nt — hic — . There are times when — call a jitney. Just one more. Look out. fellows, I want to go home. Oh, boy, the good ship Rocl and Rye. i i (386) THE ZOO " Nick " " O. YOU KID! You ' re too cute to live. " The only reason we keep him is because he says that he can play football. Notice the pose, the smile, the hand- kerchief, the trousers, the . .Sal;, Tuhal do J)ou charge us to lal(e us lo Pine Street? " Ike " " Carramba! Vivos las Insurreclos! Get dem Tigers, fello3. This little German is getting thinner every day. More beards, zzl). " Herrmann " " Tee, Hee! Tee, Hee! Just look at my Key. I debated on the Varsity. Me for a mark in life. " Go to it, Kid. everybody is looking at you. You ' re wrong, Judge. " HORSE " Look at the hands and feet on that Stude, — I mean horse. Shook the camera to keep him from break- ing it. Spoiled his cute smile. Some say he ' s a good toast-master. Let ' s have another, bo s. " Harry " Oh, Joy! Just look at our plunging guard. Bet he ' s a medic. You can tell by the periscope. Put on })our hat, )ou ' re getting bald-headed. (387) i " THE ZOO " BULLPUPS " " Yes, this is me. How do you like my loots — I mean mustache (?). I feel awfully tired, been going out so much lately, went to the Louisianne last . " Reader, cut it out. Tell all aboul yourself. " Dan and Bob " Tennis players both are we. From the dormitory. We are rounders and no fooU, For we go to Tulane School. Rah! Rah! Rah! for Purity. " Herbie " I know a lot of high school stuff, Of Latin and Greek, I ' ve had enough. The boys they say I am a grind. But editor of the Quarterly for mine. Cee, Tv ' ish I could siudy. " Gene " Here we have an aspiring athlete. Where did you get that track shirt In the back of the gym. Fur- ther ahead is the Engineering building. Vars ' xi ' for mine. " Red " " I don ' t see why they cut my legs off. They ' re the longest thing I ' ve got — except my red hair. Any- how, I won ' t be able to put the shot without it, I ' ll be a football player one of these days. " join not the dissipators. (388) (389) (390) Calendar OCTOBER Freshmen organize and pay class dues. Old students dribble in slowly. Football prospects reported good. Stadium IS out-argued by a storm. 1 cch students tack up parts of it. Free? Well, I guess not. learn wins. We ' ll lick L. S. U.I Gym dance is given on the occasion of finding a man who is green enough to pay for a Tulanc Weef(l subscription. Arthur Waters drops in. Wants to know if school has started. Rushing starts. Freshies dazed by sudden popu larity. Also by conflicting statements in re gard to their future welfare. NOVEMBER Shaughnessy forever! We ' ll lick L. S. U.! Morris makes ready for the Baton Rouge trip. Some girls in Florida, huh, Pete ? Initiations. Freshies wake up. Dormitories are startled by Kappa Kappa Mu. Dr. Dinwiddie organizes Board of Control consisting of most prominent members. Hard luck. Doctor. The cabarets flourish. Bauer is called before faculty. Mixon falls from grace. Sloo Is not here to organize the Nondlrg. We have one anyhow. Morris goes to Baton Rouge. 1 he team goes to Baton Rouge. We all go to Baton Rouge. Some time! Why worry that we lost? Pete Weeps. Some days later — Morns returns. DECEMBER Football team attends classes. Houndini Garrett is caught awake at 2 P.M. Jambalaya pictures must be taken Immediately. Merry snickers. Rosy elected captain. Bauer Is called before the faculty. Agnes Freeman is well enough to eat a soft- boiled egg for dinner. Dr. Love gels a self-starling limousine. Aaron and Metzrath arc appointed chief mech- anicians. Diphtheria scare. Extra vacations for suspect arc some class. The cabarets flourish. Ashton J. Moss attends Roman Law CUu. Milt Brenner acknowledges he is from Tcxa». Ellinger also confesses. Jimmy Reeves, poorest student in Soph. Med. Class, answers a question. Clati votes a commemorative tablet. At general student body clcclion T. C. Lyon is voted most accommodating man on ihc campus. Swede Woodward hands In some class work. Faculty rejoices. Christmas holidays. Noisy departure. JANUARY Bauer is called before the faculty. Finncgan Altman gets his goal-shooters together. Alabama. 33; Tulane, 32. Boy, boy, what a game. Tulanc W ee p pulls off a joke. jamhalaya becomes active. Delinquents dodge. Weeps! Dells vanishes in smoke. Funeral procession by law students. Seavey objects to old hymn, " Nero, my dog, has fleas. " Doc Melz takes snapshot In medical basement. Exams begin. Waldo and Meraux burn the midnight electricity. aldo nearly passes a course. Millmine Is also subject to congratulations. v Medical basement re opens. FEBRUARY Fresh Laws get an 8 o ' clock. Some attend. Basketball team licks L. S. U. Nearly every- body else licks the basketball team. Roccaforte and Perkins attend games at New- comb. They cheer. Dumas is getting bad. Said darn. Is suspected of tasting beer. Inoculated sheep escapes. Population flees in terror. Katz ' s forever. Bauer calls on the Dean. Fritz Oakes returns to our midst. Sleeler Fick announces German sympathies. Debating team Is picked. Judges took what they had to. Johnson Is unable to perceive the stage " 1 ulane Night. " Other Seniors show a desire to giggle. Others yell in the wrong place. Altogether a large night. MARCH Stadium condemned, but new one planned. Anyhow, we should worry. Mnrdi Gras! Nuf scd. (391) Jok oKes Pro ' erbs I. Observe thy study hours and obey thy teachers that thy days may be short in Newcomb. II. Many seeketh the favor of the Faculty, but every man ' s standing cometh from his attendance at Assembly. III. Boast not thyself of Phi Beta Kappa, for lo! Miss Sunne is exceedingly diligent. IV. Whosoever talketh in the library the same shall be cast out for a week, even a Senior. ■ . ' ■ M i V. He that keepeth carefully the advice of Student Council keepeth his path free from danger, but he that droppeth paper upon the grounds shall surely fall. VI. Be thou diligent in thy clerking on registration day and look well to thy salary. VII. He that appeareth not in gym the same shall be tried in Moot Court before the Student Body. VIII. Envy not thy sister her cap and gown, for thou knowest not the sorrows accompanying. ¥ ¥ Testing for the Brilliancy of Newcomb Seniors Disclosures of Public Events Janet : The A. B. C. Conference means the American Babies Contest. Erin: The A. B. C. Conference was for simplifying spelling. Clara : Dante was a famous French writer. Jennie: Sancho Panza was a mediaeval educator and writer of great merit. AdelE: The alimentary canal is found in Ohio. JuLIA: The Golden Horn is what Gabriel will blow. ReginA: Watchful waiting is waiting which is watchful. Augusta: Florence Nightingale is the name of a South American bird. Minna : The Triple Entente has not been yet decided upon. It is a matter of great discussion. SoLIDELLE: The Levant — a Jewish holiday. On EXAM: What is faculty psychology? Answer: Faculty psychology means the minds of the different teachers. I think Miss Stone is very brilliant, but inclined to slight nervousness. Miss Harkness is very rigid, but rather kind. ¥ ¥ Junior (on examination) : " If they used a great deal of painted scenery in .Eliza- bethan times, it was not much. " (392) (393) (394) (393) YEUNIVERSnTNlEHfilALS (396) (397) TULANE NIEHT (398) mMm-m (399) (400) (401) (402) (403) I have honored MissBaeR WiTb " This carToon in - Bpprecizjtion of The Tlwes Sha ejicoBfic we Fi-otti c SMnasjuhi To worK for Wa LVON S ' r ll " Pursue d bttrT T»7rast o T7 " THa mbvmc of TfeclSoa d of HoalTH fbt- bein " O Dip CBri-icr- - 1 6Cr«t i.noc yoo " fo Hva. dnva cor»F rt 2nTO. »T- " (404) I SEWED-I RIPPED-I RAN When I Leave the World Behind! (405) (406) Freshie Green ' s First Day at College One morning in last September Pa came in an ' tole the folks he had decided to send me to college. He ' d been out in the barn an ' I ' d jes ' come back from milkin ' . We all sat down to breakfast, an ' finally Pa said, " Well, Ma, I ' m goin ' to send that boy to college. " ' Course I thought Pa ' d want me to go to one er them " uniform and brass button " places, an ' I was in a hurry to know where I was goin ' . He said, " I know where you think I ' m goin ' to send you. Si, but no tin-soldier business is any good in college. You ' ll go to Tulane. " I ' d heard erbout Tulane from some fellers when we was out campin ' on the bayou, and had seen that sport from Tulane who used to come up here to see Aunt Mineny Jones ' gal, Sal. Sallie shorely is a good-lookin ' gal, and ih.e fellers ' round here didn ' t stand no chance ' gainst that feller. He shorely was a sport; he dressed somethin ' swell, and had a real gold watch chain and a funny pin that he gave Sal. Well, I liggered I ' d like Tulane all right, an ' maybe I might get to be a real lady-killer like that feller Polk. ' Bout a week afterwards I went down an ' got on the train. Nearly everybody ' round erbout was there to see me off, ' cause you know Pa ' s sheriff an ' a big man in our parish. Sallie was down there an ' said her folks was goin ' to send her off to school, too, but she didn ' t know just where. When she tole me good-bye I tried to kiss her, but she jumped, an ' all I got was her chin on my nose. Well, I got on the train an ' waved to everybody, an ' then she started to goin ' real fast an ' I didn ' t have a chance to wave to the fellers in the swimmin ' -hole as we went by. In a little while we passed outer the parish, an ' I decided to look ' round some. Ma had fixed me up a real nice basket er grub an ' had some doughnuts an ' a bottle er buttermilk in it. I came to the doughnuts first thing, an ' they shore was good. I saw a nice-lookm ' feller ' cross from me lookin ' real hard at me eatin ' , so I says to him, " Don ' t you want some? " He said, " No, thanks; I ' ve breakfasted. " But he come over an ' started talkm ' . He asked me where I was goin ' , and said he was on his way to New Orleans to go to Tulane, too. Hej said he was from Eros, an ' I didn ' t know where that was. Pa ' d tole me to keep my mouth shut an ' I wouldn ' t let out how little I knowed, so I didn ' t axt him where it was. I asked him would it be his first year at Tulane, an ' he said, " No, I ' d be a Senior if it wasn ' t for my conditions. " I didn ' t see how his health could keep him from bein ' a Senior, ' cause he looked real well. Well, looks are deceivin ' sometimes. Pretty soon he pulled out a little flat gold box an ' took out a cigarette an ' asked me to have one. I took it fer perliteness, an ' it was a new kind. It had some sort er brown stuff pasted ' round one end an ' I thought that was the end to light. He saw me an ' kinder grinned; then he said, " Don ' t light that end; that ' s the cork lip. " I tole him we didn ' t smoke nothin ' like that at home, an ' he said, " Oh, you ' ll learn; that ' s a Turkish cigarette. " I saw him lookin ' in my basket, which (407) was open, and finally he said, " Got a baby traveling with you? " I tola him no an ' he said, " What ' s the milk for? " I tole him that it was buttermilk Ma had fixed up fer me, an ' he laughed. I wonder why, ' cause I didn ' t see no joke. In a little while he said it wouldn ' t be a bad idea to go through the train an ' see if we couldn ' t find some more of the fellers. He met a whole bunch, an ' talked a little while before interducin ' me to them. I heard one er them say, " You can tell that by his looks, easy. " One feller didn ' t catch my name an ' asked it over. When I said " Green, " he said, " That ' s a cinch. " They was all mighty nice to me, an ' inquired ' specially erbout the folks on the farm, an ' wanted to know if there was any more like me. I tole them that I was Ma ' s only son, an ' one of them wanted to know if I was raised on buttermilk. The next station was a place called " Winnfield, " an ' one feller got on there. Every- body yelled, " Hello, Sleeter! " an ' he came on up an ' joined the crowd. He looked real fierce, but the fellers said that he was part tame from bein ' at Tuiane, but that he was a football player. We had a nice time till we got to New Orleans, an ' I tole the fellers I ' d have to hunt up Pa ' s lawyer an ' get my money, ' cause he was ' fraid to trust me on such a long journey with so much money. Pa ' s lawyer was mighty nice to me, an ' I stayed at his house that night. The next mornin ' I went up to college to do my registratin ' , an ' I found the feller they all called " Sleeter " sittin ' on the front steps talkin ' to a feller with his pants rolled nearly up to his waist. He said he was a Senior, too; an ' it looks sorter like everythin ' here is a Senior. The feller with his pants rolled up tole me I ' d have to go in an ' see a feller named " Bruff, " an ' he showed me where to go. There was already a whole lot er people in there, an ' I had to stan ' in one corner an ' wait my turn. Lots of fellers came in an ' went ahead of me. I didn ' t think that was perlite, but they done it all the same. Finally Mr. Bruff motioned to me, an ' I showed him my hayseed high school diploma. He took it an ' looked in a book an ' said, " You ' ll have to see the Dean. " I asked him what that was, an ' he tole me to go across the hall. He sorter smiled, but I s ' pose he was tryin ' to look pleasant. I finally found the Dean, an ' he tole me I ' d have to enter with a condition. I didn ' t know what that was, but I s ' pose it was all right if he said so, cause he seemed to know everythin ' an ' a little bit more. He sent me back to Mr. Bruff with a slip of paper, an ' I had to give him ' most all er my money fer a little receipt an ' somethin ' he called a " matriculatin ' card. " They shorely do use big words ' round this place. After that I went out inter the hall an ' saw a bunch er fellers all talkin ' at once. One of them, a big tall feller — they called him " Red " — ' most twelve feet tall, give me a " library ticket. " It was mighty nice of him, ' cause another feller tried to sell me one fer two dollars. Nearly all of them asked how crops was doin ' an ' erbout the folks on the farm. I wonder they knowed I lived on a farm. Finally I got settled down pretty well an ' got fixed in my room in the Dormitory. Fellers would open the door, look in, an ' then go out grinnin ' after sayin ' they thought (408) I was somebody else. There wasn ' t many up there that night, ' cause they all went out somewhere. The next mornin ' I took my matriculatin ' card an ' had to go ' round an ' get the perfessers to sign it. Some of them sure looked funny. One feller was little an ' small; some er the boys said his name was Perfessr Bechtel, an ' I ' d have him in Latin. One Perfesser they called Aldrich, an ' he had whiskers all over his face an ' looked like Pa. ' Nother one was named White, an ' the boys said he was a great athalete a good while ago, but he didn ' t look like it. I saw a little lady-like man and the boys said he was Perfesser of Sychologhy, but I didn ' t know what that was. Then I went to see a great big man that ' s goin ' to teach me German. The fellers called him " Ransy, " an he was awful lookin ' . He signed my card an ' tole me there was goin ' to be a Faculty meetin ' an ' I couldn ' t see the other Perfessers till later. I went on down stairs, an ' jest as I got down two fellers grabbed me an ' held me, an ' they turned up my pants an ' my coat inside out an ' took me an ' a bunch of us to Newcomb. Newcomb is a big girl ' s college an ' they say it ' s the biggest an ' best in the South. When we got there they made us go up on a little sort of gallery an ' stan ' on the banister rails. Then they tole me to sing a song an ' I sung " Home, Home Ain ' t Nothin ' Like This. " I happened to look up at a winder, an ' who do you reckon I saw? I ' ll be gol-durned if it wasn ' t Sallie Jones up there! Her folks had sent her down that mornin ' . She waved to me, an ' just then somebody up stairs throwed a pitcher er water on me. I didn ' t care, ' cause I knew Sallie was here, an ' I guess I ' ll be glad to be at Tulane after all. Well, after that, the Sophomores took us down town an ' marched us all eround; then they let us go, an ' I came on back to the Dormitory. I went to the telephone an ' rung up Newcomb an ' asked to speak to Miss Sallie Jones. She came to the ' phone an ' tole me I could come to see her at eight o ' clock Friday night. She didn ' t know she was com- ing to Newcomb until after I ' d left, an ' she come the next day. Day after tomorrow will be Friday, an ' I wish that gol-durned clock would tick three times as fast as it does. I went to see Sallie last night an ' met some er her friends. I like Tulane fine. Say, they made a mistake erbout Newcomb; it ain ' t the best girl ' s college in the South; it ' s the best in the WORLD; an ' Sallie Jones is the nicest girl in Newcomb College. R. C. Bauer. (409 AGNES - SCOTTING (410) (411) i m 1 ■w 1 . U LOCAL COLORc " T- payrac-. (413) 1 P EDITOR pAMa (4H) " DIPHTHERIA D S " A5TORY WITH FEV WOKBS. (415) (416) TULflMEMiqHTll (417) tiOOPAYfo TPANCE? (like. HELL [ HARK YEf I BPOWN S KIN 1 PeTalization i ay THREE TAnoui rrEXAMS li? (419) (420) Legal Light Logic THE FRESHIES DISCUSS A CASE Prof. S. A. W.: " Begin today wllh the case of ' Doornob vs. Cuspidor. ' Mr. Baer will stale the first case. " Bacr : " This case was brought up by mistake to the higher court. The plaintifT, a man, while walking through a park, in which was planted many beautiful roses, stepped on the defendant ' s foot and caused paralysis of her left ear, from which she suffered greatly for 10 years. 9 months. 12 days. 4 hours, 6 minutes and 3 seconds. She was cared for by her mother ' s cousin ' s granddaughter, and, according to the rule of ' respondeat superior, ' the defendant brings suit. Judgment for the defend- ant. Court held that, according to the laws of contracts, the man was very mean. " Prof.: " All agree? " Simon: " Puff. puff. Hoot mon, daba, daba. dab. " etc. . . . Prof.: " What do you think about it, Mr. Bauer? " Bauer: " Not prepared. " Prof.: ' Don t seem to like contracts, do you? Do you agree. Mr. Weil? " fVeil: " Not prepared. " Cins: " According to " Wigglemore on Evidence ' and ' Bull on Criminal Law, " I agree with what Prof. Soup said year before last at eight-thirty. " " Prof.: " ' Mr. Miller. " Muter: " Dey ought to put dat guy to woik. " Prof.: " What of it. Mr. Hall? " " Hall: " Tve only read the case twelve times, and the only point 1 can see is that stated by Mr. Bowers. " " Prof.: " Well. Mr. Bowers? " ' BoTvers: (Hadn ' t said a word.) " Professor, it has always seemed reasonable to me that beyond the shadow of a doubt the lady wore Imperial shoes, because the seashells at Gulfport are while. Heard: " Suppose that is so; how does it explain the price of doughnuts? " " Schaumhurg: " Wait, Professor; I ' ve got it. The only way I can figure is by the equity of the subject. Accordmg to the rules of estoppel — " Prof.: " Do you agree. Mr. Provosty? " Provosly : " I haven ' t heard what he said, but, paragorically speaking, the indescribable ' But for ' rule should stand. " Prof.: " What do you say to that. Mr. Davidson? " Davidson (sleeping): " What page did you say? " Prof.: " " Let me state a parallel case. A man throws a 1.000-pound weight 100 feet high. It is caught by the wind, which carries it 5.000 miles. How does that differ from the principle case? " ' Harrison: " The difference is this: I don " t think it " s just. " Saunders: " B-b-b-but it wa-wa-was a-a-a-a north wind. 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EN -BE -CO Brand Pure Food Products WHICH DO YOU PAY FOR -- Coffee or Premiums — D The day of something for nothing is long past for people who are wise to the ways of true value U rf Carries no Premiums and all Quality niOn V OrreC SoldinallgrocerystoresataOclb. MERCHANTS COFFEE CO. OF N. O., Ltd. BEN C. CASANAS, Pres. and Gen. Mgr. THE TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA NEW ORLEANS Robert Sharp, A.M., Ph.D., President The Universlly. in all lis departments, is located in the City of New Orleans, the metropolis of the South. There are eleven departments, with twenty-four buildings. Modern dormitories, extensive laboratories, libraries, and museums. The College of Arts , nd Sciences, for men, offers full courses in Literature and Science. There are many scholarships in this College open to high school graduates. The College of Technology offers unexcelled four-year courses in the following schools: Mechanical-Electrical Engineering, Civil Engmeermg. Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Architecture and Architectural Engineering. The Newcomb College offers full courses in Literature, History and Science; in the School of Arl every facility for the study and practice of industrial, and fine arts, with picture galleries and an art library; in the School of Music superior facilities for the study of Music in all its branches; in the School of Household Economy professional, special and elective courses in Domestic Science and Domestic Art. Special training for prospective teachers of high and elementary schools. The Faculty of Graduate Studies, open to graduates of approved col- leges, offers advanced courses leading to the degrees of A.M.. M.E.. C.E.. Ch.E.. and Ph.D. A number of Fellowships are awarded annually. The College of Law offers two complete three-year courses, each leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws; one to prepare students for practice in Common Law Slates, the other to prepare students for practice in Louisiana. The College of Medicine, embracing: the school of medicine, established in 1834, with unexcelled laboratory and clinical advantages, offers a five-year course to high school graduates. the post-graduate school of medicine, established in 1888. as the New Orleans Polyclinic. Graduate courses offered in all fields of med- icine, incudtng research. THE school of hygiene AND TROPICAL MEDICINE offers short courses in public health and tropical medicine. Regular courses for degrees of D.P.H. and D.T.M.H., etc. THE school of PHARMACY, established in 1838. Degrees of Ph.G. (2 years), Ph.C, (3 years), and Pharm.D. (4 years), offered. Women admitted on same terms as men. THE school of DENTISTRY (formerly New Orleans College of Dentistry), offers a full three-year course leading to the degree of D.D.S.. with practically unlimited clinical material. The College of Commerce and Business Administration offers substan- tial professional training preparing for a business career. For special circulars or for detailed information, address the Deans of the respective departments. For General Register of the University, address Registrar of the Tulane Uni ersity of Louisiana GIBSON hall, new ORLEANS Other men judge your letters just as you judge theirs Generally it is not your fault, nor that of your stenographer, if a letter goes out poorly typewritten, the lines un- even, letters faint or jammed clear through the paper — But the man or firm getting that letter may have no other way of judging you and your business. You judge others in just the same vvaj ' . You ' ve seen letters written on the Royal, most likely. That even, smooth, beautifully legible print truly has personality in it. The Ro5 ' al is instantly adjusted to the individuality of the operator. A little thumbscrew does it — and the operator forgets there is a machine between fingertips and paper. That ' s only one reason why the Rcyal is the choice cf ' big business. 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