Tulane University - Jambalaya Yearbook (New Orleans, LA)

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1 . W S, iif t hlV «• v l, " y ix ' ' ' W ' Wwm ' Mdm, BEM SC5N PRirslT ' NC COf F " " SUB — 19W UAMGHfHrV- ForeworS To our fnenSa we offer the record of s-nother ych r of successful a ctivit) a:t- Tul .r eUmver5it) n with it the b r suggestion thzstwe ■h -e doing our 5nn2i.)l p rt a s z - o,Y Amertcjs.n univer- sity. t5Tt!5,_ lil M m Dr. Pierce Butler IF WE FOLLOWED THE FASHION IN DEDICATIONS. WE WOULD DEDICATE THIS BOOK TO OUR SEVEREST CRITIC OR OUR EVER- WILLING FRIEND. BUT YOU ARE SOMETHING MORE THAN A CRITIC AND A FRIEND. AND IF WE SPEAK OF YOU ONLY AS A FRIEND OR CRITIC OF THE STU- DENTS. WE WOULD BE TAKING NO ACCOUNT OF YOUR GREATER IMPORTANCE AS AN AUTHOR. AND. THEREFORE. THE BOARD OF EDITORS OF THE 1918 JAMBA- LAYA DEDICATE THIS VOLUME TO YOU. DR. PIERCE BUTLER. DEAN OF THE GRADUATE DE- PARTMENT. AND PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH LITERATURE AT NEW- COMB COLLEGE. TO SHOW THE UNIVERSITY ' S APPRECIATION OF YOUR LITERARY ATTAINMENTS. Si Si Si Si S Si Wi M Wi M ' ' 1 M ORDER OF BOOKS ONE FACULTY TWO CLASSES THREE FRATERNITIES FOUR ORGANIZATIONS FIVE ATHLETICS SIX JOKES m ¥ M M ®! fi SfSf il «1 ROBERT SHARP, A.M., Ph.D. PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY. (13) Si BBESeE Officers of Instruction V. r Robert Sharp, A.M., Ph.D. President of the Unh ' ersil]) G. B. Adams, M.D. Morton Arnold Aldrich, Ph.D. Carroll Woolsey Allen, M.D. Douglas Smith Anderson, A.M. Clara Gregory Baer Charles A. Bahn, M.D. J. F. Baldwin, M.D. J. R. Bamber, M.D. Charles Cassedy Bass, M.D. Henry Bayon, A.M., M.D. John Alfred Beals James M. Bamber, M.D. Hazel H. Beard, A.B. Charlton Reid Beattie, B.L. Edward Ambrose Bechtel, Ph.D. Ernest Oscar Becker, A.B. George Sam Bel, M.D. Robert Bernhard, M.D. Emii.iz Augustus Bertucci, M.D. Oscar Walter Bethea, M.D., PhG., F.C.S. George Eugene Beyer Thomas Nathaniel Black, Jr. Stephen Mertle Blackshear, M.D. Rupert Mitchum Blakely, M.D. Charles James Bloom, B.S., M.D. Henry Nathan Blum, M.D. Harriet Amelia Boyer MuiR Bradburn, B.S., M.D. William Plummer Bradburn, Jr., B.S., M.D. Sidney Francis Braud. A.B., M.D. Julia M y Ere.azeale, Mus.B. Frank Temple Brown, M.D. George Stewart Brown, M.Ph., M.D. Marion Earle Brown, M.D. William Prentiss Ero.vn, A.M. Joseph Clyde Bruner Henry Dickson Bruns, M.D. Pierce Butler, PhD. Mary Williams Butler William Walton Butterworth, M.D. Ansel Marion Caine, A.B., M.D. John Williamson Caldwell, A.M., M.D. Philips John Carter, B.S., M.D. Charles Louis Chassaignac, M.D. H. J. Chauvin, D.D.S. Charles Noel Chavigny, M.D. Felix Percy Chillingworth Samuel M. D. Clark, B.Sc, M.D. J. Harry Clo, Ph.D. Reginald Somers Cocks, A.M. Lionel Louis Cozenavette, M.D. George Joseph Cousin Henry Sula Cocram, B.Sc, M.D. Isidore Cohn, B.Sc, M.D. James Clifton Cole, M.D. John Joseph Colomb, D.D.S. Maurice Cortlandt Curtis, Ph.B.. John Thompson Crebbin, M.D. William Henry Creighton, U. S. Richard Smith Crichlow, B S. G. B. Crozat, D.D.S. Henry Daspit, M.D. Lawrence Richard DeBuys, M.D. S. P. Dean, D.D.S. Sidney Philip Delaup, B.Sc, M.D. M. J. Demahey Donald Derickson, C.E. Arthur Washington de Roaldes, D.D. Emertius John Fleming Dicks, M.D. Albert B. Dinwiddie, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D. Br.ANDT Van Blarcom Dixon, A.M., LL.D. Henry Drueding Carr Thomas Dowell, A.B., B.S., Ph.D. B.S. N. (14) ■ •■% ] HI I a ; s ' ■ ti ! a ■ m m a a a CI Officers of Instruction ■3 m L Jules John Delcambre, M.D. Antoine Louis Ducasse, D.D.S. Edward Bernard Ducasse, D.D.S. Horace Generes Dufouri B.E., LL.B Charles Edward Dunbar, Jr., A.B.. LL.B. Arnott Kells Duncan, M.D. Edouard Michel Depaquier, B.Let., B.Sc. M.D. Wallace Joseph Durel, M.D. Charles Warren Duval, M.D. IsADORE Dyer, Ph.B., M.D. Eugene Nicholas Ehrhart John Barnwell Elliott, A.B., M.D., Ph.D. John Barnwell Elliott, Jr., A.M., M.D. Charles Leverich Eshleman, A.B., M.D. Allan Chotard Eustis, M.D. Barie Blanche Fassy, D.D.S. Marcus Feingold, M.D. Charles Payne Fenner, B.S., LL.B. Erasmus Darwin Fenner, A.B., M.D. Felipe Fernandez, A.B. Chevalier Guiseppe Ferrata, Mus.Doc. Otto Finck John Madison Fletcher, Ph.D. Eugene Louis Fortier, D.D.S. Lucie N Amedee Fortier, M.D. RuFus Edward Foster, LL.B. Albert Emile Fossier, A.M., M.D. Henry Livingston Freeman, M.E.. M.M.E. Ephraim Deneufbourc Friedrichs, A.B.. M.D. Lydia Elizabeth Frotscher, A.M. Edward B. Facet, M.D. Julius R. Fernandez, M.D. Joseph Mary Garcia, D.D.S. Henry Lawrence Gardiner Simon Geismar, M.D. C. E. Von Geldern, M.D. Maurice Joseph Gelpi, A.B.. M.D. Paul Joseph Gelpi, A.M., M.D. Herman Bertram Gessner, A.M., M.D. Gladys Elizabeth Gibbens, A.M. A . J . Goldborg M. M. Goldborg Walter Eugene Garrey, M.D. Walter Goldstein, A.B. Frank Raymond Gomila, M.D. Harold J. Gondolf, M.D. Benjamin Levi Gore, D.D.S. John Daniel Grace Rossner Enders Graham, B.S., M.D. Amedee Granger, M.D. Anita Gonzalez William Benjamin Gregory, M.M.E. Charles William Groetsch, A.M., M.D. Joseph Marr Gwinn, Jr. James Birney Guthrie, B.Sc. M.D. John Taylor Halsey, M.D. Carl Andrews Hanson Irving Hardesty, A.B., Ph.D. Mary Leal Harkness, Ph.D. William Herbert Harris, A.B., M.D. Roy Bertrand Harrison, M.D. Esther Finlay Harvell, A.B. Eugene Clifford Hawkins Louis Alexander Herbert. B.S., M.D. Hax Heller, M.L. Adolphus DeCampus Henriques, M.D. Julius Schmittle Hoffman, A.B. William Thomas Hogg, B.E. Ralph Hopkins, A.B., M.D. Joseph Hume, Ph.B., M.D. Edward Morton Hummel, M.D. Howard Russell Huse, Ph.B. Raoul Stanislaus Hymel, D.D.S. Stanford Chaille Jamison, M.D. Mary Jeffers, A.M. Foster Matthews Johns, M.D. W. O ' D. Jones, M.D. Pierre Jorda Kahle, B.S., M.D. John Smith Kendall, A.B. Allan Anthony Kennedy, M.D. W. S. Kerlin, M.D. Frank James Kinberger, M.D. Alfred Clinton King, M.D. Charles Parnell Kelleher, D.D.S. R. W. Kinney, M.D. Julius F. Koch, A.M. Katherine Kopman P. G. Lacroid, B.S., M.D. Edward Lacy King, A.B., M.D. (15) Officers of Instruction Howard Dudley King, M.D. Alphonse Marin LaMeslee, B.Let., A.M. LuciAN Hypolite Landry, M.D. John Alexander Lanford, Ph.G., M.D. Stephen Lancmaid, LL.B. Felix Alphonse Larue, A.M., M.D. Edmund Laurence Leckert, M.D. Alfred Archinard Leefe, D.D.S. Henry Leidenheimer, M.D. Isaac Ivan Lemann, A.B., M.D. Monte Mordecia Lemann, A.B., LL.B. Otto Lerch, A.M., Ph.D., M.D. Joseph Levy, M.D. Ernest Sydney Lewis, B.Sc, M.D. Emeritus James Leon Lewis, M.D. H. J. Lindner, M.D. Jerome Landry, M.D. Daniel B. Leary, A.M. Burnett Lob, A.B. Henry Clarence Lochte, M.D. George King Logan, B.Sc, M.D- Samuel Logan, Instructor Louis Vyasa James Lopez, M.D. William Alvin Love, A.B., M.Ph., M.D. Chandler Clement Luzenberg, B.S. Guy V. W. Lyman. C.P.A. Robert Clyde Lynch , M , D . James Adair Lyon, Jr., A.M. Ralph Lyons, A.B., M.D. M. T. McClure, Ph.D. Elizabeth May McFertridge, A.B. Marion Herbert McGuire, A.B. Paul Avery McIlhenry, M.D. Eleanor McMain Urban Maes, M.D. A. E. Many, A.M. Edmund Denecre Martin, M.D. Waldeman R. Metz, B.S., M.D. Rudolph Matas. M.D., LL.D. Heinrich Herman Maurer, Ph.D. Leon Ryder Maxwell, A.M. Henry Edward Menage, M.D.. M.Ph. Robert Leonval Menuet. B.E. Abraham Louis Metz. M.Ph., M.D. Paul Michinaud, M.D. Charles Jefferson Miller, M.D. Caroline Mims, M.D. Hal Walters Moseley, B.S., M.Sc. Edmund Moss, M.D. Peter Francis Murphy, M.D. Rollin Guizot Myers, B.Sc, M.Sc. Jacob Warren Newman, M.D. Arthur G. Newmyer Ann Hero Northrup Elliott Judd Northrup, A.B., LL.B. J. T. O ' Farrell, M.D. James Henry O ' Reilly, D.D.S. John Frederick Oechsner, M.D. H. J. Otto, M.D. Frederick William Parham, M.D. Lillian F. Parker George Farrar Patton. M.D. Neilie May Pearce. Mus.B. Florence Pebbles, Ph.D. RuFus TrousDALE Perkins, A.B., M.D. William Martin Perkins, B.Sc, M.D. St. John Ferret, A.B., LL.B. William David Phillips, B.Sc, M.Ph., M.D. William Martin Perkins, B.Sc, M.D. St. John Ferret, A.B., LL.B. William David Phillips, B.Sc, M.Ph., M.D. C. M. Pounders Maurice Fletcher Petty. A.B., B.Arch. James Nicholas Poche Percy Lennard Querens, M.D. Portia Pierce Randolph John Christian Ransmeire, A.M., Ph.D. Eleanor Elmire Reames, Ph.D. Louis Favrot Reynaud, M.D. Emcrllas Caroline Francis Richardson, A.M. Ernest Henry Riedel. A.M.. Ph.D. James Marshall Robert. B.E. Erne.st Alexis Robin, B.Sc, M.D. Amelie Roman James Edward Routh, Jr. Ernest Charles Samuel, M.D. G. Ellis Sandoz, D.D.S. Ralph Jacob Schwarz. A.M., LL.B. (16) Officers of Instruction William Henry Seemann, M.D. T. B. Sellers, M.D. Ernest Schuyten Luther Sexton, M.D. G. D. Shalleneerger, A.B. Robert Sharp, A.M., Ph.D. CD. Shaughnessy Lillian Shelley Ralph Eugene Sherwood, D.D.S. Herbert Maxwell Shilstone, B.S., D.P.LL W. B. Smith, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D. Emeritus Sidney Kohn Simon, A.B., M.D. Gertrude Roberts Smith Victor Conv ay Smith, M.D. John Smyth, Jr., M.D. Emeritus Isabella S. Snodgrass, A.B. 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. Jacob Ambrose Storck, M.Ph., M.D. Rober7 Alexander Strong, M.D. Dagny Sunne, Ph.D. Theodore Duval Sumner, A.B. A. M. Suthon, A.B G. J. Taquino, M.D. Susan Dinsmore Tew, Ph.D. O. R. Thompson O. J. Trappe, D.D.S. Charles J. Turck, LL.B. Lota Lee Troy D. T. Waide. M.D. George Hampden Upton, M.D. Roy McLean Van Wart, A.B., M.D. Charles Arthur Wallbillich, M.D. Alice Weddell Joseph Deutsch Weis, M.D. Samuel L. Wise Frederick Wespy, Ph.D. Melvin Johnson White, Ph.D. J. H. Wiley, D.D.S. Charles Samuel Williamson, Jr., M.S. Louis Gally Wogan, M.D. Frederick Jacob Wolfe. D.D.S. James Townsend Wolfe, M.D. Virginia Reese Withers, A.B. Annie Miriam Wood Harvey Green Wood, A.B. Wallace Woods, Jr., D.D.S. Ellsworth Woodward William Woodward Pauline Wright (17) ■ aaHHMBR: ailHHSIBHIl r m: ' 3 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ri ! 1 - ' A - ' ■ 5 (21) BRANDT V. B. DIXON, A.M., LL.B. PRESIDENT OF NEWCOMB COLLEGE. (22) 1918 Class Poem What iho " leaving " rhyme with " grieving " ? What iho " morrow " rhyme with " sorrow " ? We of ' 18 no sad sentiments From former classes borrow. Tho " depart " and " achmg heart " Make the couplet a temptation; Spite of " college " and " knowledge, " Wc declare emancipation. i " or a song too sad for words h for silence worse than singing. And our love for Newcomb deeper far Than suits the p3:an s ringing. From thy memory, dear Newcomb, Ne ' er thn thought of us dissever : We ' ve done our best for four long years, And shall be faithful ever. (23) J A M B A LAY A ]= ; i= JL D % P V f V Vi n r :: »j ' :3 C GS5 of 1918 CORALIE SCHAEFER AsCHAFFENBURG Alpha Epsilon Phi; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Mandohn and Guilar Club (2, 3); Debating Club (4); Dramatic Club (4). Eunice Baccich Phi Mu; N. A. A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Sub-Art Editor Arcade (3); Art Editor Arcade (4). " laire Bancroft Art; Alpha Delta Pi; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Field Day Maaagcr (I); Y. W. C. A. (2, 3). Dorothy Leota Blakely Art. J AM B A LAY A ftggJ MiJHrito i -gaaaHfc ' .a.V ' A . M »-a ? !-o-. y a. .v.- .7 7 . v- r c y t ! gAU .-T :.- v. v - . i - . .t«v-» % _■.. ..H- Class of 19 8 Katherine Caffery PI Beta Phi: (V); N. A. A. (1,2, 3, 4); Y.W.C, A, (1,2.3,4): Debaling Club (1. 2. 3. 4); Dramatic Club (3, 4); Glee Club (2): Freshman, Junior, Senior Tennis Team: College Baseball (I, 2, 3. 4): Captain Class Basketball (3, 4); Varsity Basketball (2, 3, 4): Cap- tain Varsity (4); Second Place Field Day (3); Class Editor 1915 Jamhala )a; Class Vice-President (1); Class President (2); Vice- President Y. W. C. A. (3) : Class Representative Student Council (2, 3. 4); President Student Council (4): Executive Committee (2, 4); Athletic Committee (3, 4). Dewey Susie Celestin Sigma Beta Alpha: Class Basketball (1, 2, 3): Varsity Basketball (3); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4): Dramatic Club (3, 4): Latin Club (I, 2, 3, 4): Vice-President (3): President (4); Latin Club Plays (3. 4) : Glee Club (4) : Debating Club (3, 4) ; Executive Committee Debaling Club. Magda Chalaron Alpha Omicron Pi: Glee Club (2, 3): Debating Club (3): French Circle (1, 2, 3, 4): Secretary (2): N. A. A. (1, 3, 4): Assistant Business Manager Arcade (3): Business Manager (4); Scribblers ' Club (4); Vice-President Dramatic Club (4). Nell Williams Colbert Education; N. A. A. (1. 2. 3. 4); Latin Club (1): Glee Club (2, 4); Debating Club (4); Y. W. C. A. (2, 3, 4). JAMBALAYA ifll i0S0K Kj :-wyH ly;v: ::::;::.- . - : : . ■ . :? :M y:y ?aas ?:: y tW in Class of 19 8 Frances Marion Covington Phi Mu; Phi Phi; Y. W. C. A. (I, 2, 3, 4); N. A. A. (2, 3, 4); President J. U. G. (3); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3. 4). Miriam Regina Delchamps Kappa Alpha Theta; Newcomb Business Manager of JambalaMa (4); Student Council (4); Latin Club (1,2); Debating Club { ,i. .A)- Class Vice-President (3); N. A. A. (I, 2. 3, 4); Class Basket- ball (2, 3, 4). Mercedes Clothilde Discon Latin Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Vice-President (4); N. A. A. (3, 4); Gle Club (3, 4); Dramatic Club (3, 4); Latin Club Play (2, 3). Yvonne Dreyfus Alpha Epsilon Phi; N. A. A. (I. 2, 3, 4); Class Basketball (1, 2. 3. 4); Debating Club (1, 2); Latin Club (1, 2, 3, 4). JAMBALAYA U ' ■ . r Sri Jl_ C ass o 1918 Marguerite Butler Ellis Pi Beta Phi; (V); S. O. P.; Class President (I); Class Vice-Presi- dent (4) ; Treasurer N. A. A. (3) ; President (4) ; Class Basketball Captain (I, 2); Class Field Day Captain (3); Town Baseball Cap- tain (3); Class Basketball (I, 2, 3, 4); Town Baseball (1, 2, 3); Varsity Baseball (2, 3) ; Class Representative, Student Council (2, 4) ; Class Summer Committee (2, 3, 4). Hazel Roberta Hafkesbring N. A. A. (2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Secretary (4); Class Treasurer (4) . Ruth Heller Alpha Epsilon Phi; Class Basketball Team (1, 2, Basketball Team (3); Class Secretary (1); Class Class Poet and Historian (1, 2, 3, 4); Secretary Debatmg Club (I); Debating Council (2, 3, 4); Alternate Varsity Debate (1); Varsity Debating Team (2, 3) ; Nixon Debate (2, 3) ; Secretary Student Body (3) ; Vice-President Student Body (4) ; Student Council (3) ; Secretary Menorah Society (3) ; Executive Committee (3, 4) ; Student Fund Committee (3. 4) ; Student Summer Committee (3, 4) ; Delegate to S. I. A. S. G. Convention (4) ; Arcade Board (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Editor of Arcade (4). Harrison Hester Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art; Art School Student-body President (4); Secretary Student Council (3) ; Representative (4) ; Tulane Weel(l (3, 4); Jambalapa Representative (2); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Secretary Glee Club (3). 3, 4) ; Varsity President (3) ; J A M B ALAY A W smm wixm W mi -. ' F F : f f m Class of 1918 Harriet Howell Alpha Delta Pi; Latin Club (I, 2, 3); Latin Club Play (I, 2. 3); Mandolin and Guitar Club (I, 2, 3) ; N. A. A. (I, 2, 3, 4). ISABELLE WaLBURGER JoACHIM Education; Economics Club (I, 2, 3, 4); N. A. A. (I, 2, 3, 4). Ida Jungle Treasurer Latin Club (3); N. A. A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Basketball Man- ager (2, 3, 4). Rose Kahn N. A. A. (3. 4). ; AM B A LAY A JU j; ' i3s. ' 05f«iCon»s«aai um«B-.rt - ' ii- " i- ir Class of 1918 Genevieve Isabel Lamberton Jennie C. Nixon Debate Prize (I); Virginia Cleaves Lazarus Medal (3); Dramatic Club Play (I, 2); Secretary Dramatic Club (3); Sub-Editor Arcade (3); College Editor Arcade (4); Class Secretary (4); President Debating Club (4). Alice Reeves Landon Pi Beta Phi; (V): N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4): Class Basketball (3); Dormitory Baseball (I, 2, 3); Varsity Baseball (I, 2. 3); Dramatic Club (1, 2. 3, 4); Tulane Weekly (2); Scribblers ' Club (4). Emily Langham Alpha Delta Pi ; (V) ; Art ; N. A. A. ( 1 , 2, 3, 4) ; Dormitory Baseball (1, 2, 3); Varsity Baseball (1. 2, 3); Chairman Art Class (2, 3); Mandolin and Guitar Club (2. 3) ; Y. W. C. A. (3, 4) ; Dramatic Club (3. 4); Manager Field Day (2); Secretary N. A. A. (3); Class Editor Jambala a (3) ; Art Sub-Editor Jambala})a (3) ; Art Editor Jambalaya (4); J. U. G. (1, 2, 3, 4); House Council Joseph- ine Louise (3, 4). Jeanne Agnes Langhetee Latin Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Debating Club (I, 2, 3, 4); N. A. A. (3. 4) ; Latin Club Treasurer (3) ; Latin Club President (3) ; Debating Club Vice-President (3) ; Debating Council (4) ; Alternate Varsity Debate (2, 3) ; Jennie C. Nixon Debating Prize (3) ; Student Coun- cil (3, 4); Students ' Fund Committee (4); Class President (4). J A M B A L AY A D Class of 1918 LuciLE Lombard Pi Beta Phi; S. O. P.; Sigma Beta Alpha; Dramatic Club Play (1); Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Basketball (I, 2, 3, 4); Varsity Basketball (3); Town Baseball Team (2, 3); Field Day (1, 2. 3, 4). Amelia Levy Education; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A.; Secretary Household Economy (I). Viola Frances Lund Education; President Household Economy (4); Student Council (4); Executive Board (4); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A.; Class Basketball; Home Economics Club. Mathilde Amelia Nairne Phi Mu; Y. W. C. A.; N. A. A. (I. 2, 3. 4); Sub-Basketball Team (2, 3); Class Treasurer (3); President Student Body (4). □ L JAMBALAYA r Class of 1918 Virginia Amelia D ' Ornellas Class Basketball (I. 2); Field Day (I, 2. 3); N. A. A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Debating Club (2. 3) ; French Circle (3) ; Glee Club (2, 3) ; Latin Club (I. 2, 3): Mary Virginia Parker Pi Beta Phi; Sigma Beta Alpha; Education; Art Basketball Team (1); Class Historian (I); N. A. A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Dramatic Club (1. 2, 3, 4). Marcelle Peret French Circle (3, 4); N. A. A. (2. 3, 4). Alice Athenia Rightor Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3. 4); Dramatic Club Play (1); Class Play (2); N. A. A. (1, 2. 3. 4); Class Basketball (I. 2. 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (4); Arcade Board (4) J A M B A LAY A smzn in Class of 1918 Emeline Marie Robert An; French Circle (3. 4); N. A. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4). CoRiNNE Marie Rocquet Kappa Alpha Theta; (V); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Y. W. C. A. (3. 4); Dramatic Club (3, 4); Debating Club (3, 4); French Circle (I. 2, 3, 4); Business Manager French Circle Play (I, 2); Assistant Newcomb Editor jamhala a (3) ; Newcomb Editor Jambalapa (4) ; Student Council (4); Class Tennis (1); Class Basketball (2. 3, 4); Sub Baseball (2, 3); Summer Committee (2, 4); Field Day (1, 2. 3). Yvonne Holly Ross Chi Omega ; ( V) ; N, A. A. ( 1 . 2, 3, 4) ; Dramatic Club ( 1 , 2, 3. 4) ; Class Basketball (2, 3. 4); Class Tennis (3); Class Tennis Sub (4). Gethlyn Ball Rugan Chi Omega; Class Basketball Manager (1) ; N. A. A. (I, 2. 3, 4) ; Glee Club (I. 2, 3, 4); President (4); Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3, 4). JAMBA LAY A 311 E -M Class of 1918 Charlotte Galleher Sessums Pi Beta Phi; (V); Sigma Beta Alpha; Student Council (4); Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3. 4). Nathalie Le Beuf Settoon Pi Beta Phi ; (V) ; N. A. A. ( 1 , 2, 3, 4) ; Y. W. C. A. (3) ; Dramatic Club (1. 2, 3. 4); Debating Club (3, 4); French Circle (1, 2, 3, 4): Treasurer (2) ; Secretary (3) ; President (4) ; French Circle Play (1, 2); Field Day Honors (1. 3); Class Basketball (1, 2. 3, 4); Varsity Basketball Manager (3) ; Class Tennis (4) ; Tulane Weel Iy Staff (1); Class Secretary (2); Class Play (2); Vice-President N. A. A. (4); Summer Committee (3, 4); Big Sister Committee (4). Margaret Sharp Pi Beta Phi; Education; N. A. A. (3, 4); Dramatic Club (3, 4); French Circle (3, 4); Sigma Beta Alpha; S. O. P. Emma Marion Shropshire Lahn Club (I, 2, 3, 4); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3. 4); Y. W. C. A. (I, 2, 3, 4): Glee Club. -1 m J AM B A LAY A D L II Lj ir Class of 19 8 BlANCA SOCOLA Education; Dramalic Club; N. A. A. (1, 2. 3, 4); FrcncS Cir- cle (3, 4). Susan Dorothy Thompson Pi Beta Phi; Sigma Beta Alpha; Education; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2); Dramalic Club (4); dec Club (3, 4); Field Day (2). Margaret Weeks Regular. Myrtis Lea Wheelis Phi Mu; Home Economics Club; Dcbaling Club; Y. W. C. A. JAMBALAYA 1 C Class of 1918 Cecile Marie Wogan Chi Omega; N. A. A. (I, 2. 3. 4); French Circle (1, 2, 3, 4) Vice-Presldenl (3); Dramalic Club (1, 2, 3. 4); Treasurer (3) President (4); Dramalic Club Play (I, 4); Glee Club (2, 3, 4) Chairman of Committee for Assembly Entertainment. Frankie Eliza Wood Newcomb Managing Editor of Tulane lVeel(l ) (4); Latin Club (1,2, 3, 4); Secretary (4); Debating Club (1, 2, 3, 4) ; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Secretary (3). Adelaide Bowen Art; Special. Juan Fernandez Mascot. 1919 Class Poem " Adomnlra Parala " is a motto good and true — Meant for Nineteen Nineteen as well as me and you. Prepared for work, prepared for play, prepared for everything, " Adomnia Parata " is the message that we bring. If I were to spend my lime in search of high praise My efforts would be futile; for m these troubled days The class which stands ready to heed each college call — Which is prepared for everything — that ' s the finest class of all. (36) sunn c • or© ■ IS ' m m a ■ ■ m m « L ■ sHaiii (37) a Newcomb Junior Class Roll Officers Evangeline Macruder PresiJenI Mary Mallard Seago Vice-Presidar.l Ida Ijse Black Treasurer Katherine L. McFetrip.ge . . Jambalava Rcprescntalive Adaline Julia Katz Poet Members Katherine Ayres ohi Omega; Academic; Radical; N. A. A. (1. 2. 3); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3); Class President (2); Dramatic Club (3); Secretary Student Council (3). Maud Arrington Academic; N. A. A, Eunice Bate Kappa Alpha Theta; Academic; N. A. A. (1, 2, 31; Tennis Team (21; Y. W. C. A. (1, 2). Margaret Beattie Alpha Delta Pi; Art; N. A. A. _ Lycia Becker B Academic: Jennie C. Nixon Debate (1); Dramatic t: ' lub (1, 21; N. A. A. (1, 2. 31; Debating _ Societv (1 2, 31 ; Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 31; Latin Club I 1, 2, 31; " Tulane Weekly " (11. SI m m m s B Hi m a Ida Use Black Pi Beta Phi; Academic; Radical; N. A. A. (1, 2. 31; Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3); Debating Club (2. 3); Basketball Captain (31; Secretary Student Body (3); Class President (1); Executive Committee. Hilda Blank Art. Marie Virginia Bonck Academic. Marie Bonvillain «j Household Economy; Latin Club (1, 21; Glee Club (2i. I Ruth Bostick Academic; Phi Mu; N. A. A.; Class Representative of Debating Club. Ancrina Effie Grace Bradford INIusio. Gladys Sadie Brown @ Alpha Epsilon Phi; Music. Zou Pearl Chase Pi Beta Phi; Radical; Academic; N. A. A. (1. 21. Fannye Cohn @ Alpha Epsilon Phi; Academic; N. A. A. Il, 2); Debating Club; Dramatic Club; " Tulane Week- gj ly " Board. Marguerite Cotonio [3 : Academic; N. A. A. A. (1. 2). Mildred Frances Curran Phi Mu ; Academic. Amy DiETZE Kappa Alpha Theta; Academic; N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A. (1. 2); Basketball Team (1, 21. Caroline Dreyfous Alpha Epsilon Phi; Academic; N. A. A. (1. 2, 31; Class Basketball Team (1, 31; Debating Club (11; Dramatic Club (2, 3); Dramatic Club Play (31. Berenice Dreyfus Alpha Epsilon Phi; Academic; Class Basketball (1, 21; Menorah Society; Debating Society m i3; (1, 2, 3); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); French Circle; Kappa Beta Alpha m (38) Newcomb Junior Class Roll s Dorothy Katherine Drunner m Academic: Y. W. C. A.i Debating Club; Latin Club. ■ Leonora Bisland Duval J l Kappa Kappa Gamma: Education: N. A. A. (1. 2, 3): J. U. G, : Y. W. C. A. (1, 2. 3): Phi Phi: University Cliorus (2). fg j Julia Ellis g I Pi Beta Phi: N. A. A. 8, Elizabeth Victoria Fisher g I Academic: Latin Club tl, 2. 3): Student Body Treasurer: Arcade Board. B j Ruth Drew Fulham H ! Education: N. A. A.: Y. W. C. A. S j Olyre Bryant Gill " Academic: Latin Club; N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A. Helen Josephine Gravemberc Alpha Omicron Pi; Academic: French Circle (1, 2, 3): Y. W. C- A. (1, 2, 3); Latin Club (1. 2. 3): N. A. A. (1. 2, 3): Dramatic Club (1. 2, 3): Debating Club (2): Glee Club (2); Assistant Business Manager Arcade; Scribblers ' Club. Acnes Marsh Guthrie Kappa Kappa Gamma; Education; N. A. A. (1, 2): J. U. G. Dorothea Hagen Art. Adaline Julia Katz Alpha Epsilon Phi: Academic: Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3): Debating Club (2, 3); N. A. A. (3): French Circle: Class Poet; Scribblers ' Club; Kappa Beta Alpha. Lillian Louise Kessler - ' Alpha Epsilon Phi; Academic; Class Basketball (1, 3); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Glee Club (1, 2, 3); Mandolin and Guitar Club (2, 3). Anna Frotscher Koch Academic; Class Secretary (1); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 31; N. A. A. (1. 2, 3); Glee Club (1, 2); Dramatic Club (2. 3); Debating Club (1. 2): Treasurer (2); Summer Committee (1); Class " 1 Basketball (1); President Y. W. C. A. 3); Varsity Basketball Manager (3). Ethel Lob Alpha Epsilon Phi; Academic; Class Basketball Team (1, 3): Debating Club (1. 3); N. A. A. M (1, 2, 3); Class Vice-President (2); Menorah: Glee Club 1). • Georgejean Lund H Academic; Y. W. C. A. (1. 2, 3); N. A. A. (1. 2, 3); Class Basketball Manager (1); Field H ' Day Captain (II; Student Council. B Helen Mackenzie B Pi Beta Phi; (VI: Education: N. A. A.; Home Economics Club; J. U. G. ■ Evangeline Magruder H Kappa Alpha Theta: (V): Art; N. A. A. (1. 2. 3): Class Basketball (1, 2); Mandolin and Guitar m Club (1. 2, 3): Y. W, C. A. (1, 2, 3): E.xecutlve Committee Y. W. C. A.; Class President (3); Student Council. GoLDA Mary McArdle Music. Katherine Louise McFetridge Phi Mu: Academic; X. .A. A. (1, 2. 3); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3); Class Basketball Team (1, 2, 3); Latin Club (1, 2, 31; " Tuiane Weekly " Board (31; Class Editor " Jambalaya " (3). Anna McLellan _ Alpha Omicron Pi; Academic; French Circle. ; ■ Margaret McLeod ' ' Kappa Kappa Gamma; Mu sic; N. A. A. (1, 2. 3); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 31: Class Basketball Team (1, 2. 3); Latin Club (1, 2. 3); Glee Club (3); Mandolin and Guitar Club (31. Ruth Charlotte Meyer Academic; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2. 3); Class Tennis Team (1, 2, 3); Basket- ball (3). Evelyn Lowry Moore n Education. (39) -fc 1 -J. w- B ! Newcomb Junior Class Roll COLLISTA AlREY MoRGAN Education; N. A. A. (3); Basketball (3); Glee Club (3 1. Merrimac Naff Phi Mu; (V); Education; N. A. A.; Home Economics Club; J. U. G. Mina Newberger Alpha Epsilon Phi; Academic; N. A. A. (1. 2. 3). Marion Odenheimer K j Alpha Epsilon Phi; Academic; N. A. A. (1. 2. 3); llandolin and Guitai- Club (2). Lucille O ' Kelly Kappa Kappa Gamma; Academic; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3i; T. ' W. C. A. (1, 2, 3); Dramatic Club (3:i. Julia Anna 0 " Shee Kappa Alpha Theta; Household Economj ; N, A. A. 1, 2, 3); Glee Club (1, 2. 3). Martha Parks Academic; N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Latin Club. Alice Sterling Parkerson Kappa Kappa Gamma; Education; N. A. A. (1. 2, 3); T. ' W. C. A. (3). Evelyn Pigott Alpha Omicron Pi; (V); Academic; Dramatic Club; N. A. A.; Y. " W. C. A. Ruth Harvey Reboul Household Economy. Margurite Amelie Roussel Kappa Kappa Gamma; Education; N. A. A. (1. 2. 3); Basketball; Mandolin and Guitar Club; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. Caryetta Saunders Pi Beta Phi; Academic; N. A. A. fl, 2. 3); Treasui ' er N. A. A. (3); Basketball Team. Alma Catherine Schuler Kappa Alpha Theta; Music; N. A. A.; Glee Club; Mandolin and Guitar Club. Mary Mallard Seaco Kappa Kappa Gamma; Academic; Student Council (1, 2. 3); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3); N. A. A. 1. 2. 3); Mandolin and Guitar Club (2. 31; Treasurer Student Body (2); Class Vice-President; Student Fund Committee. Frances Sexton Chi Omega; (V); Music; N. A. A. (1. 2, 3); Glee Club. Cora Isabel Shields I Academic; Latin Club (1, 2. 31; N. A. A. (1. 2, 3); Y. W. C. A. (3); Dramatic Club (1. 2, 3). ' Thelma Voss Academic; Latin Club (1, 2, 3); N. A. A. (1. 2. 3); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3). Ivy Elliot Waldo Kappa Alpha Theta; Academic; Summer Committee (1); Debating Club (2, 3); Debating Club (2. 3); Assistant Editor " Jambalaya " (3). ,. Emma Elizabeth Wall Academic; Latin Club; Drantatic Club; N. A. A.; Y. ' W. C. A. ■ Saresta Lucie Wallace ■ ( Chi Omega; Education; N. A. A.; Glee Club; Secretary Dramatic Club. jS ; JuANiTA Angele Wallis )y|[ Academic; Latin Club; Glee Club. Mary Warriner 5t, ' Kappa Alpha Theta; Academic; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3). Mildred Weeks Academic; Latin Club; Dramatic Club; N. A. A.; Glee Club; Secretary Glee Club. v I Helen Wharton 5 1 Kappa . lpha Theta; Art; N. A. A. (1. 2. 31; Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3); Glee Club. g Ellen White g Alpha Delta Pi; Academic; French Circle (2, 3); N. A. A. (1. 2, 3); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 31. g Ann Elizabeth Ziecler g Academic; Latin Club (1, 2); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3). I (40) ■aeswwHfw - i j a i ■ m a ■ M m m 9 m s .« i a g « :S j Newcomb 1920 Class Poem In the city of cities, In the stale of all slates, In God ' s own country I stand; I live for all knowledge, I ' m called Newcomb College, I ' m known all over the land. I ' ve watched many people, I ' ve learned many things, I ' ve lived and I ' ve loved and had plenty; But the older I grow The more joys I know; Now my prime joy ' s the class that ' s called " Twenty. Thai ' s a great class, my star class; They ' re the pride of my heart. I ' m partial, I ' ll have to admit. They play such good ball; Oh, they ' re wmners— that s all And ihey have so much spuit and grit. They ' re Sophomores this year; In all branches they shine. All those girls are so charming, so dapper! Have you heard ihe " Soph " band? Nol a " Soph " will be canned; Why, ihey all deserve Phi Beta Kappa! But the reason I love The Sophomore class. And prefer them above all the rest, ' Is because their affection Is in my direction — The Sophomore class loves me best. LuDA Reynolds. (41) aHHM. :-4 ,1 (42) Newcomb Sophomore Class Roll Officers Ruth Ordway Kastler President Edna Fannie Burkenroad Treasurer Dorothy Alice Hay Secretary Members CoNSUELo Dorothy Abaunza Alpha Delta Pi; Education; N. A. A. Imocene Barrett Academic; Y. W. C. A. Dorothy Becnel Academic; N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Man- dolin and Guitar Club. Alfrieda Augusta Bohnstoff Educatinn. Freda Burdett Academic; N. A. A.: Y. W. C. A.; Man- dolin and Guitar Club. Martha Helena Frances Bradford Music. Marion Brown Kappa Alpha Theta; Academic; Y. W. C. A.; N. A. A.; Theta Delta Alpha. Edna Fannie Burkenroad Alpha Epsilon Phi; Academic; Sophomore Class Treasurer; Tennis Team; Basketball Team. Bethia Caffery Pi Beta Phi Y. W. C. A. Radical; Education; N. A. A. Dramatic Club. Rosa Bayless Cage Pi Beta Phi; Radical; Music; Y. W. C. A.; University Choi ' us; J. N. G. LuLA Mae Campbell Alpha Delta Pi; Education; J. N. G. Corinne Marie Chalaron Alpha Omicron Pi; Art. Jennie Comeaux Education; J. N. G. ; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; N. A. A.; Dramatic Club; French Circle, Kathleen Cook Phi Mu; Y. W. C. A.; N. A. A. Adelaide Gammon Cothran Chi Omega; Education. Amy Emerson Cummings Kappa Kappa Gamma; Y. A. A. Elise Logan DeBuys Pi Beta Phi; N. A. A. ; Y. Ruth Pauline de la Cruz Education. Jennie Rose DeLuca Education. Irma Louise deMilt Education. Frances Louise Diboll a. N. A. A.; Mandolin W. C. A.; N. Music; Y. W. C. and Guitar Club. Dorothy Douglas Phi Mu; Academic; Y. W. C. A. Martina Hamilton Ellis Education. Olive Ellsworth Music. Marjorie Mercer Fell Alpha Omicron Pi; Art; N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A. Martha Elizabeth Fenner Pi Beta Phi; Education; N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Dramatic Club; French Club; De- bating Club. Yvonne Gabrielle Fernandez Academic. Elena Marie Ferrata Academic. Clara Hope Flower Pi Beta Phi; Education; Mandolin and Guitar Club; J. N. G. Ihema Gussie Gardiner Kappa Alpha Theta; Household Economy; N. A. A. ; Class Basketball. Irene Gatz Education. Sallie Gillespie Pi Beta Phi; Art. Winifred Wilson Glynn Education. (43) Newcomb Sophomore Class Roll Dorothy Rainold Graner Kappa Kappa Gamma: Education: N. A. A.; V. W. C. A.: Di-amatic Club. Elizabeth Gregory Academic: Y. W. C. A.; Dramatic Club: Secretary N, A. A.; Glee Club; Debating Club. Jeanne Greydan Household Economy. Nell Angela Harper Education. Emily Harrison Household Economy; N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A. Carrie Elizabeth Hatch Education. Dorothy Alice Hay Kappa Alpha Theta: N. A. A.; Latin Club: Mandolin and Guitar Club; Class Secre- tary; Theta Delta Alpha. Dana Newton Hewes Music. Velma Teresa Hinderlang Education. Ellen DeSaussure Jett Alpha Omicron Pi; Art; N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A. Emma Lucile Johnson Education. Ruth Ordway Kastler Alpha Omicron Pi; Academic; Class Pres- ident; Student Council; Y. W. C. A. Cab- inet; Dramatic Club: Debating Club; N. A. A. Laura Buckner Kearney Pi Beta Phi; Academic; N. A. A.: Dra- matic Club. Yvonne Kemp Education. Delaware Kemper Education; N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Dra- matic Club. Esther Kent Pi Beta Phi; Academic; N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Dramatic Club. Emilie Frotcher Koch Academic; Y. W. C. A. ViEA Lamkin Lenoir Kappa Al])lia Theta; Household Economy; Theta Delia Alpha. Irma Gladys Levi Alpha Epsilun Pi; Academic; Kappa Beta Alpha: N. A. A. Alice Julia Levy Education. Lillian Levy Education. Katherine Hardy Luzenberg Kappa Kaijpa Gamma; Academic: Y, W. C. A.; N. A. A.; Dramatic Club; Scrib- blers ' Club. Isabel McCown Lyman Kappa Kappa Gamma: Academic; Dra- matic Club: Glee Club; Y. W, C. A. Tess Barbara Mayer Alpha Epsilon .Phi; Academic; N. A. A.; Dramatic Club Play; Debating: Club; Kap- pa Beta Alpha. Margaret Millson McConnell • Pi Beta Phi; Academic: T. W. C. A.; Scribblers ' Club; Debating Club; Dramatic Club. Helen Melville Education. Ruth Agnes Moncrief Education. Fay Morgan Aliiha Omicron Pi; Education: N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A. ; Dramatic Club. Jessie Barclay Morse Academic. Viola Lee Neilson Eduiatiiui. Marion North Chi Omagra ; Education: Dramatic Club; Y. " W. C. A. Ellen O ' Donnell Education. Edith Damerest Parkhouse Chi Omeg;a; Academic; N. A. A.; Y, W. C. A. ; Dramatic Club. Gecrcie May Perkins Phi Jlu: Education; N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A. Orfhelia Hardesty Perkins Alpha Omicron Pi; Music: N. A. A.: Glee Club; Associate " Arcade " Editor. Olga Veronica Peters Art. Nan Comier Randolph Phi Mu : Education. Mary Renaud Alpha Omicron Pi: Education. Adele Marie Rexach Education. LuDA Elizabeth Reynolds Phi Mu : Academic. Bert Elise Richard . lpha Delta Pi: Education. Leila Marguerite Richtor Academic. (44) Newcomb Sophomore Class Roll Jessie Bryce Roane Alpha Omicron Pi; Art. Marion Rock Chl Omega; Academic; Latin Club; Y. W. C. A.; Dramatic Club. Marietta Louise Rocquet Kappa Kappa Gamma; Academic; Student Council; Secretary French Circle: N. A. A.; Captain Basketball; Debating Club; Dra- matic Club; Y. W. C. A. Winnie Davis Saunders Alpha Delta Pi; Music J. N. G. ; Phi Phi. Hilda Marie Sandoz Education. Fannie Vera Scherck. Alpha Epsilon Phi; Academic; Dramatic Club; Treasurer Debating Club; N. A. A.; Tennis Team. Irma Sara Scooler Alpha Epsilon Phi; Education; Class Bas- ketball Team. J. N. G. ; N. A. A. University Chorus; Dorothy Wilson Slaco Kappa ivappa Gamma: Academic; Mando- lin and Guitar Club; Y. W. C. A. Dana Sexton Chi Omega: Music; Y. W. C. A. Sophomore Orchestra; Mandolin and Guitar Club: Uni- versity Chorus: Phi Phi. Isabel Doane Seymour Pi Beta Phi: Education; Dramatic Club; Y. W. C. A.; Class Basketball Team. Stephanie Sharp Education. Daisy Bell Smith Chi Omega; Education; Mandolin and Guitar Club. Mathilda Hall Stillwell . Ipha Delta Pi: Education; J. N. G. Sally Salinger Sucarman Alpha Epsilon Phi; Education. Catherine Rosa Supple Education. Ruth Sophie Thalheim Education. Berenice Marie Thrall Alpha Delta Pi: Art: Y. W. C. A. Irma Amelia Unruh Kappa Alpha Theta: Household Economy; J. N. G. ; N. A. A.; Theta Delta Alpha. Martha Bruce Vairin Pi Beta Phi; Education: Dramatic Club: N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A. Marie Louise Van Hokn Academic. Mary Octavie Wallace Education. Florence Hilda Ware Academic. Helen Watson Pi Beta Phi; Education: N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A. Edith Ruth Weiss Education. LuLA Davis Wetzel Academic. Isabel Wile Education. Virginia A. Wilkins Academic. E. Genevieve Wilson Academic. Louise Fontaine Withers Alpha Omicron Pi; Academic; French Cir- cle; Y. W. C. A. Wilhelmina Blaker Woodville Education. Blanche LaSassier Young Education. Stella Zenor Pi Beta Phi; Education: N. A. A, ■ Adelaide Mary Zoeller Academic. (45) Newcomb Freshman Class Roll Officers Frances Daniel President Emma Nathalie Grant Vice-President Miriam Mendes Fuerst Secrclar ) Kathleen Elizabeth Roberts Treasurer Nellie Flower Pierpont jambala ' a Representative Miriam Mendes Fuerst Poel Members Josephine Aaron Mildred Brown Art. Academic: I atin Club; N. A. A. Hortense Abrams Georcie Fabre Burke Academic. ] Iusic; Mandolin and Guitar Club. Eleanor Hurt Adamson Beate Burcas Academic. Education. Helen Coleman Adler Harriet Matthews Butler Education. Education; Dramatic Club; N. A. A.; G. D. Ava E. Allen Amelia Sophia Bynum Education. Education. Louis Elizabeth Andrew Bertha Odile Charbonnet Education. Education; French Circle; Dramatic Club; Hattie Mae Armstrong n. a. a.; g. d. Education. Fannie GeoRCE Chase Anna EuLALIE BaCCICH Education; Glee Club; N. A. A.; G. D. Education. Mabel Josephine Chauvin Phyllis BaRKDULL Academic; French Circle; Latin Club; N. Domestic Science. A. A. Lucille Baumcartner Gladys Julia Clancy Academic: Latin Club; Glee Club: N. A. A. Education. Emily M. Bein Marie Thompson Clark Art. , Music Mabel Sandford Bouden Myra Ettelson Cohen Domestic Science. Academic. Camille Jackson Bourgeois Rebekah Cohen Education, Academic. loNE Edwina Brady Ursula Gary Cooper Academic; Latin Club; Y. W. C. A.; N. Academic; Latin Club; Glee Club; N. A. A. A. A., G. D. Laura Lucille Crusel Lucia Leck Brian j ,., Academic; N. A. A. PaULINE HallER CurrEY Annis Lorraine Brock Education = ' ' " ' = " ™- Alice Ivy Dameron Gladys ElMA Brown Education; Dramatic Club; N. A. A.; Y. Education. W. C. A. (46) ■ (47) [In Newcomb Freshman Class Roll Frances Daniel Academic: President Class; Dramatic Club; Latin Cluli; N. A. A. Gladys Louise Davenport Academic; French Circle; Dramatic Club; N. A. A, Sarah Davis Dramatic Club; N. A. A. Virginia Ma rie Davis Education; N, A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; J. U. G. Mabel Butte de Pass Academic; Glee Club; Dramatic Club; Latin Club; N. A. A. Yvonne de Reyna Academic; Glee Club; Dramatic Club; French Circle; N. A. A. Emily Bledsoe Dinwiddie Education. Annie Hahr Dobbs Art. Millie Burbank Dolce Academic. Helena Mary Ehlers Education; Dramatic Club; N. A. A. GOLDIE ESTELLE ErWIN Education. Louise Elizabeth Faulk Education. Grace Fischer Academic; Dramatic Club; Latin Club; French Circle; Y. W. C. A.; N. A. A. Agatha L. Fisher Art. Muriel Le Roy Fisher Education. Constance Coin Foster Education. May Rita Frawley Education; Glee Club; N. A. A. Beatrice Rhea Frey Academic; Dramatic Club; Latin Club; N. A. A. Miriam Mendes Fuerst Academic; Secretary Freshman Class; Class Poet; Debating Club; Dramatic Club; Latin Club; N. A. A. Frieda Fanny Goodman Academic; Debating Club; N. A. A. Emma Nathalie Grant Art; Vice-President Class; Y. W. C. A.; N. A. A. Rosa Lucille Hart Academic. Mary M. Hatch Education. Grace Phyllis Hayne Education; N. A. A. Dorothy Margaret Henriques Education; N. A. A. Mary Alice Herbert Education. Alice W. Hess Education; Dramatic Club; Debating Club; French Circle; N. A. A. CoRiNNE Marie Hopki.ns Education. Sarah O. Isaacs Academic. Carrie F. Jackson Household Econoiny. Eva Lou Joffrion Education. Christine Love Jchnston Household Economy. Florette Jones Education. Sadie Ethel Kahn DoiTiestic Science. Adele Ida Kansas Art. Julia Allie Kirkwood Education; Dramatic Club; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; N. A. A. Hazel Irene Lampert Education; Dramatic Club; Glee Club; Mandolin and Guitar Club; N. A. A.; Dra- matic Club Play. Helen Kat herine Lamfert Academic; Dramatic Club; Glee Club; Lat- in Club; Mandolin and Guitar Club; N. A. A. Bertha Martin Lathrop Education. Ruth Curry Lawler Music. Dorothy Eleanor Lawton Education. Ida Emily Levy Education. Clothilde Staples Lindsey Academic. Hazel Adele Luehmann Education. HoRTENSE Rosa Machaner Art. (•48) Newcomb Freshman Class Roll Bessie Wailes Macruder Education. Katherine French Maher Academic. Horace Miller Marshall Academic. Margaret Laura Marshall Education. Ruth Auguste Martyn Academic: Debating Clul?; Latin Club; N. A. A. Emma Bieber Matthew Education; Glee Club; French Circle; N. A. A. Rosemary McIlhenny Art; N. A. A.; Class Tennis; JMandolin and Guitar Club. EvALYN Meek Music. Velna Monroe Moody Education; Mandolin and Guitar Club; Glee Club; Dramatic Club; N. A. A. Sidney Elder Moore Education; Dramatic Club; Glee Club; French Circle; N. A. A. Hermina Winnette Ochs Education; Mandolin and Guitar Club; N. A. A. Camille Jean O ' Connor Education. Dorothy Orr Education; V. W. C. A. Mary Lister Parham Education; Glee Club; Debating Club; French Circle. Camille Frieda Pepperman Education. Florence Peters Education. Nellie Flower Pierfont Academic; ' " Jambalaj-a " Representative; Latin Club; Glee Club; French Circle; N. A. A. Pearl Cecelia Pool Art; Representative on Student Council; N. A. A. Kate Doniphan Prichard Education. Jean Le Doux Provosty Education. Georgiana Reaney Education; Debating Club; Dramatic Club; Latin Club. Lucy Webb Renaud Education. Kathleen Elizabeth Roberts Academic; Treasurer Class; Latin Club; N. A. A. ; G. D. Lyda Broad Roberts Academic; Latin Club; Y. ' W. C. A.; N. A. A.; G. D. Bitty Rock Academic; Glee Club; Dramatic Club; Lat- in Club; Mandolin and Guitar Club; Y. W. C, A. Clara Dee Shumake Education. Wilma Inez Simmons Education. Cecilia Benjamin Slack Education; Dramatic Club; Y. W. C. A.; N. A. A. Minna Watson Smith Education. Marcia Louise Snell Academic; Glee Club: Latin Club; Dra- matic Club; N. A. A. Mary Josephine Snoddy Education; Latin Club; Dramatic Club. Minnie Louise Stewart Academic; Glee Club; Dramatic Club; Lat- in Club; Mandolin and Guitar Club; Y. W. C. A. Flora Henry Stratton Education; Class Representative to Debat- ing Club; Latin Club; Y. W. C. A.; N, A. A. ; G, D. Margaret Ker Texada Education; Glee Club; N. A. A. Alderta Gayle Thompson Academic; Latin Club; French Circle; N. A. A. Yetta Carleen Threefoot Academic. Marcaret Faye Townsend Education. Doris Nancy Vick Academic; Mandolin and Guitar Club; N. A. A. Lamy Wetzel Academic. Elise Margaret Witham Academic. Margaret Wooster Education. Willie Zuber Education; Latin Club. El (49) r " I Your Flag and My Flag Your flag and my flag, and how it flies today; In your land and my land, and half a world away. Ro3e-red and blood-red, the stripes forever gleam; Snow-white and soul-white, the good forefather ' s dream. Sky-blue and true-blue, with stars that shine aright, A gloried guidon of the day, a shelter through the night. Your flag and my flag, and, oh! how much it holds; Your land and my land, secure within its folds. Your heart and my heart beat faster at its sight; Sun-kissed and wind-tossed, the red and blue and while. The one flag, the great flag, the flag for me and you, Glorified all else besides, the red and white and blue. — " T ' rcnc i and Camp " of Ven Orleans Times-Picayune (50) m m to the Slorms o| Li g . (51) m ■ ■■■■. ' 3 i !3 1 1 F p ■ ■ ■ 1 1 n H ■l I H " 1 ■ i41 JS J 1 1 i ,v . • i lir 1 M 1 ■pi IP ' ' -• " f i 1 ■ H ■1 |. J r i rfi 1 1 •J l_ _ i r ■ 7 H v l ■ f i A flj H J f P- Hi f P iB J W ' L fl M |||v 1 1 J Jl M i y B J Jl 1 HH ■i ■ ■ ISI PROF. ELLSWORTH WOODWARD. (52) g Junior Art Class Wharton, Warriner, Bate, Hagen, Blank Not in Picture — Magruder, Beattie (53) m u — Sophomore Art Class First Row: Thrall, Belden, Kerlin, Fell, Chalaron Second Rom: Peters, Fenner, Chopin, Gillespie, Roan (54) Freshman Art Class firs) Row: Pool. McIlhenny, Bein. Foster, Burgas. Andrews Second RoTi) : Machauer, Kansas, Fisker, Bourgeois (55) (56) (57) EiBI m S ' i g ■ n m it: m s T ' iM m ALBERT BLEDSOE DINWIDDIE, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D. DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (58) ■■■■■■■■I ■ ■ !■■■■ ■ ■ ■ ■ a n ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ H m m a a a a m m m L ■ ■■i lJAMBALATAf fj ' — ■ 1 m I a Senior Arl:s and Sciences Class History S we now press forward, nearing the final goal for which we have striven with ever-increasing zeal, and to which we have often looked up in wondering admiration, we falter in our steps, anxious to be " up and doing, " yet clinging to our Alma Mater with an ever-tightening grasp. Must we here recount oui great achievements of the past four years, as the vainglorious do, trusting not that the greatness of our deeds will perpetuate them? Must we tell you, dear reader, where to look for genius and, perhaps, see you turn away greatly disappointed in not finding our works in every hall, our names on every tongue? We are confident in our accom- plishments ; their greatness shall preserve them. As Freshmen, we were obsessed with vain pride. Self-impor- tance persisted through our Sophomore days. As serious Juniors and Seniors, we have at last realized that the world is not patiently waiting for us. We must e.xhibit our value. Although we leave its halls, and even though we say " farewell " to our dear Tulane, we shall be with hsr always in spirit, sometimes in reality. Our common interest is in her welfare. Our allegiance is fi " st, to our country, and secondly, to our Alma Mater. John R. Moore, Historian. (59) {■■■■■■■■■■■HS ' ' jiaaeHBs IIHCH JAMBALAYA r Class of 19 8 Walter Carroll Louisiana Sigma Chi; Literary; Tug-of-War (1, 2); French Circle; Tulane Club; Forum Literary Society; Class President (3); Class Representative " Jam- balay " (3) ; " Jambalaya " Board of Editors (4) ; " Tulane Weekly " Staff (2). Horace Sidney Chenet Louisiana Phi Beta Kappa; Literary; President Spanish Circle (2); Class His- torian (3); Class Secretary (4). Leon Lazarus Kohlman Louisiana Zela Beta Tau; Literary; Class Wrestling (1, 2); Class Football (2); Class Track (2) ; Class Baseball (2) ; Class Secretary (2) ; Manager Interscholaslic Track Meet (2); Vice-President Tulane Club (3); Var- sity Wrestling Team (2, 3); Managing Editor " Tulane Weekly " (4). Edwin F. Marx Louisiana Zeta Beta Tau; Literary; Spanish Circle (2. 3); Class Historian (2); Class " Jambalaya " Representative (3) ; Assistant Managing Editor " Tu- lane Weekly " (3) ; Editor-in-Chief " Tulane Weekly " (4) ; Class Presi- dent (4), JAMBALAYA 1_ Class of 1918 Edward Davis McCutchon Louisiana Alpha Tau Omeoa; Sigma Omicion Pi; Literary; Class Vice-President and Treasurer (3); Class Football (1); Class Basketball (1); Manager Basketball Team of Class (1); Class Track (I, 2); Class Wrestling (1, 2); Class Tug-of-War (1); Class Secretary (2); Assistant Managing Editor " Tulane Weekly " (2); French Circle (1,2); Spanish Circle (2); Winner Freshman Shield; Chairman German Club; Tulane Club; Polity Club; Tulane Society of Economics; Assistant Manager Football Team (3) ; Manager Class Track Team (2) ; Assistant Business Manager " Tulane Weekly " (3) ; Business Manager (4) ; Manager Varsity Foot- ball Team (4); President of Student Body (4). John Richard Moore Louisiana Literary; Tug-of-War (2); Managing Editor " Tulane Weekly " (3); Secretary Student Body (4) ; Class Historian (4) ; Phi Beta Kappa. Arthur Browne Simpson . Louisiana Delta Sigma Phi; Kappa Delia Piii; Literary; Tug-of-Vv ' ar (1, 2); Captain (2); Class Football (1. 2); Captain (2); Class Wrestling; Varsity Wrestling Team (2, 3) ; " Tulane Weekly " Staff (2, 3) ; Forum (1. 2); Varsity Football Team (4); Varsity Track Team (1, 2, 3); Chairman Dormitory Governing Board (3) ; Secretary Y. M. C. A. Daniel W. Stewart, Jr Louisiana Alpha Tau Omega; Literary; Class Football (1, 2); Class Basketball (2); Class Wrestling (2); Tug-of-War (2); Dormitory Football Team (2. 3); Tulane Club; French Circle; Spanish Circle; " Tulane Weekly " Staff (1); Dormitory Governing Board (3, 4); Class Secretary (3); Class Vice-President (3. 4); Vice-President Student Body (4). JAMBA LAYA 3 a L Xi " ; " :; ; i:i SiS»S»5!fi»ilt:t;S, Sii 4iM-K-KSS ' Class of 19 8 Edmond Earl Talbot Loui Sigma Nu; Literary; Class Debate, ' 13; Tug-of-War, ' 13; Class Wreslling, 13; Class Football, ' 13; Treasurer Forum Literary Society, ' 13; French Circle; Varsity Football Team. " 17. Henry Nemours Nunez, Jr Louisiana I Junior Arts and Sciences Class History HE moon of success was high in the heavens when they started out, and the road ahead was bathed in silvery sheen which obliterated the dark places. There were fifty-five of them when the little band began to clear a passage through a trackless forest. The trees had to be cut and the steps forward analyzed; but these were operations which in the end would make the sought-for land more worthy of appreciation. When the silvery road faded into a trackless barrier some became dis- heartened, but the rest, armed with implements to achieve, to cut away, to reach the promised land, clenched their fists and bodily determined to succeed, and with courageousness, untiring energy, loyalty, co-operation and dogged perseverance, they grap- pled the obstacles of obstruction. The forest woodland echoed with the sound of their progress. The trees quivered and fell en masse. The dense undergrowth sometimes offered persistent opposition, but the " never-give-up " strokes of untiring energy made it succumb; and then the pioneers slowly pushed forward to encounter the denser and more difficult parts where the moon of suc- cess could not penetrate. " The harder the accomplishment, the greater the revard, " reverberated in their brains. And now that only one-fourth of that trackless forest remains to be traversed before the vari-colored land of ultimate goal is reached, the few that have survived glimpse the moon of success now and then as a stray bea m gilds the tops of the forest trees on a perfect night. The little band of thirteen now gather together and animatedly talk of their comrades who have left them; of those who have fallen out because the struggle proved too great; of those who had fire in their veins for adventures more exciting, who buckled on armor and sailed over high seas to dispute the claims of a man who measures his success by the hundreds of lives daily sacrificed upon the altar of his ambition. Lastly, they discuss that land — that cloudless land — which holds the fruits of their accomplishment; and, with smiles, they picture the time when they will have arrived at the base of the pyramid that would lead to their pinnacle of success. Then the moon which had so brightly shone for them when they started out — that same moon which had sent a ray of encouragement when they plodded wearily on, won- dering if it were all worth it — will shower soft radiance upon them, and if sometimes it may pass behind black clouds, will again reappear to point out the right direction. Above all, that trackless forest will be carven in their minds as a thing to love forever. Edward R. Gschwind, Historian. (63) (64) « i; Junior Arts and Sciences Class Roll Officers Percy L. McCay President A. K. ScHARFF Vice-President E. M. Edmondson Secretani L. N. Dantzler Treasurer William Parkerson Jambatava Representative Members Howard Tucker Bond Louisiana Scientific; Assistant in Pliysics; Y. iVI. C. A. Lorenzo Nolley Dantzler, Jr - Mississippi Beta Theta Pi; Ijitei-ary; Cliess Club (1); Class Treasurer (3); Class Baseball (2). Morris James Duffy Louisiana Delta Sigma Phi; Kappa Psi; Scientific; Varsity Baseball (1); Class Wrestling (1»; Class Basketball (1); Class Baseball (2); Tug-of-War (2). E. Macon Edmonson Louisiana Delta Kappa Epsilon; Literary: Class President (1); Captain. Class Vvrestling { ' 2 ' .; Varsity " S S Wrestling Team (1. 21; Varsity Track Team (1. 2); Class Secretary (3). ® I Edward Robert Gschwind Louisiana 3 ' Business; Class Historian (2, 3), Louis George Lemle Louisiana Zeta Beta Tau; Literary; Tulane Society ot Economics (3); Menorah Society (1. 2); Giendy Burke; French Circle; Rifle Club; Class Wrestling (1, 2). Maurice Lescale Louisiana Delta Sigma Phi; Ivappa Psi; Scientific-Medical. Percy Luzenberg McCay Louisiana Delta Kappa Epsilon; Literary; Class Football (1); Class Tiack (1); Tug-oI-War (1. 2); Class President (3). William Parkerson Louisiana Beta Theta I ' i; Classical; Glendy-Burki; ; Tulane Club (1. 2.; Cecretary-Treasurer (3); Class ' ice-l resident (1. 2); " Jambalaya " Representative (1. 3); Tug-of-War (1. 2); Class Wrestling (11; Class Football (1. 2); Assistant Business Manager " Tulane Weekly ' (3). Adolph K. Scharff Louisiana Zeta Beta Tau; Literary; Class Tt-g-of-War (I. , ; Class Wrestling (2); Class Football (2); Class Basketball (1. 2); Class Debate (2); Class Track (1, 2); Class Vice-President (3); Fraternity Tennis Team (1); Dormitory Football (2); Dormitory Basketball (21; Glendy Burke (1. 2. 3); Menorah Society II. 2. 3); Spanish Circle (2); Tulane Club (1. 2. 3); President (3); Oratorical and Debating Council (2, 3); Secretary and Treasurer (3); Varsity Debating Team (3); " Tulane Weekly " Staff (3); Varsity Baseball Manager (3). Lester Daniel Scharff Louisiana Zeta Beta Tau; Literar, ; Tug-of-War (1. 2); Class Football (2); Class Basketball (1. 2); Class Track (1, 2); Alternate Class Debate (2); Class Baseball (2); Dormitory Basket- ball (2); Fraternity Tennis Team (1); Glendy Burke (1, 2. 3); Speaker (3); Menorah Society (1, 2. 3); Spanish Circle (2); Tulane Club (1. 2. 3); Oratorical and Debating Council (3); Varsity Debate (3); Winner Handball Singles (2); " Tulane Weekly " Staft (3). T. D. Stewart Louisiana Scientific; Class Baseball (2). — j Robert Wiecand Louisiana " Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Literary; Class Football (1. 2); Captain Class Basketball (II: ' Class Track (1); Captain Tug-oI-War; Varsity Football Squad (2); Varsity Football Team (3); Class President (2). (65) n V ' (66) Sophomore Arts and Sciences Class History E are the Class of 1920. Our pictures are on the op- posite page. We hope, kind readers, that you will enjoy this glimpse of us; for you must realize that it is, indeed, a rare opportunity which enable you to look upon so much mtelligence grouped together on one sheet of paper. When we were Freshmen we accomplished a great many things. Incidentally, we pulled the Sophomores through the pond, beat them in debate and on the track. One of our class won the Carnot Debating Medal and the Glendy Burke Medal for Oratory, the first time that this has ever been done by a Freshman in the history of Tulane University. Another won the Glendy Burke Medal for English essay. We did equally well in athletics, being well represented on Tulane ' s football, basketball, and track teams. So far in our Sophomore year, we have defeated the Freshmen in the tug-of-war and in the wrestling, and have played them a tie game in football. Again, the Carnot Medal has been won by a member of the Class of 1 920. Two of us are ' Varsity debaters, and the honor of having a classmate as captain of the football team is also ours. In a brief year and a half we have attained these honors. But if, as historian, I may be permitted to intrude, you must believe me when I say that as a class we do not value them. Already we have come to feel the spirit of old Tulane. The friendships we have formed and are forming are dear to us. We will always be loyal to our class, to our classmates, and, above all, to our University. Historian. i B (67) Sophomore Academic Class Roll Officers Armand Lecendre President W. B. Fox Vice-President J. H. Monroe Secretary-Treasurer J. H. Monroe Jamhatapa Representative Members George H. CarmOUCHE Louisiana Scientific; Class M ' rt-stling (1, 2). Richard Colbert, Jr Loui-.iana Literary. Cyril G. Devron • ■ Louisiana Delta Sigma Ptii; Scientific; Class Wrestling (1, 2); Class Football (1, 2); Varsity " Wrestling Team; Tulane Night Committee. WiLLOUCHBY B. Fox Louisiana Delta Kappa Epsilon; Scientific; Class Vice-President (2); Class Football (2) ; Secretary, Glendy Burke. • John A. Gebelin Louisiana Scientific. Euclid B. Gill Louisiana Scientific; Class Wrestling (1, 2). R. Lionel Gordon Louisiana Scientific; Forum. Miss Jennie A. Gore Louisiana Scientific. Percy D. Greaves Louisiana Kappa Sigma; Literary; 1 Lg-oi-Vv ' ar (2); Tulane Club. John L. Griffith Colorado Literary. William B. Hammett Louisiana Pi Kappa Alpha; Literary. Milton Heidenheim Louisiana Zeta Beta Tau; Litoiary; Camel Debating Team (1,; aisity Debating Tean 2). Herbert H. Howze Arkansas Literary. Leon Irwin, Jr " Louisiana Delta Kappa Epsilon; Business; Class Vice-President (11 ; Tulane Club; Assistant Business Manager " Jambalaya " (2). (68) William M. Lathrop Louisiana Alpha Tau Omega; Scientific; Tug-of-War 2); Class " Wrestling (2); Class Football (1. 2); Class President (2); French Circle (1. 2). Morris P. Lecompte -;.... Louisiana Literary-Law. ArMAND LecendRE Louisiana Sigma Alpha Epsilon : Literary; Captain Tug-of-War Team (1. 2); Varsity Football Team (1. 2); ' arsity Basketball Team (1. 2); Class President (2). William H. McClendon Louisiana Kappa Alpha; Literary; Tug-of-War (1. 2); Class Wrestling (1. 2 ; Class Track (1. 2); Class Football (1); Manager (2). Charles S. McLellan Alabama Scientific. James H. Monroe Louisiana Sigma Chi; Literary; Carnot Debating Team (2); Class Secretary-Treasurer and " Jam- balaya " Representative (2); Secretary Forum (1, 2); Editor " Tulane Handbook " ; Alternate Varsity Debating Team. Harold W. Newman, Jr Louisiana Zeta Beta Tau; Literary; Winner Carnot Debating Medal (2); Varsity Debating Team (2t, William M. Renshaw Louisiana Sigma Chi; Literary; French Circle (1): Forum (2); Class Football (2); Omega Delta Tau. Coleman Romain Louisiana Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Scientific; Class President (ll; Tug-of-War (1, 2l; Class Football (1, 2); Class Basketball (1). John D. Schmidt, Jr Louisiana Literary; Class Football (1. 2); Tug-of-War (1. 2). George B. Setzler Arkansas Scientific; Arkansas Club. John A. Smith Louisiana Phi Delta Theta; Special. Edward Earl Sparling Oklahoma Kappa Alpha; Literary; Carnot Debating Team (2); Alternate Varsity Debating Team; Winner Glendy-Burke Medal (1); Vice-President, Forum (21; Class Wrestling (1, 2); Class Track (1). Clay E. Thomas Louisiana Scientific. Joseph A. Wakeman . ' . . Louisiana Kappa Sigma; Literary, Lewis F, Wakeman Louisiana Literary. Joseph L, Watkins Louisiana Literary-Law; Dormitory Football (1). Harry W, Wallace Alabama Literary; Dormitory Football (1); Class Basketball (1); Assistant Secretary Tulane y. M. C, A, (2); Tug-of-War, Fred A, Wulff. Jr Louisiana Delta Sigma Phi; Literary-Law. (69) Si (70) Freshman Arts and Sciences Class History S merely a writer of Freshman History, my work would be ended before it had begun; but I must be more than that; I must foretell the future of the Freshman Class. We have contended thrice with the Sophomores. Twice we were defeated, and once we were tied. The Sophomors gloat over their victories, while we are not daunted over our defeats — in fact, we even laugh with them. It was fun when we were pulled through the pond in Audubon Park. We are not made of sugar; water won ' t melt us. Again, who would expect us to outmatch the Sophomores at wrestling — Sophomores who had a year ' s training, while we have had none? Then, when it came to football, they held us scoreless. We admit they did well. Now let us come to the future. Are we gomg to sit and mope over our defeats? No; not we. We have learned that we will have to stick together in order to accomplish anything, and we are going to do it. As for individual merit, we have it, as was well shown by the number of players that we put upon the ' Varsity football team, and, from present indications, we will do equally well upon the track. Now, we have one failing. We do not know enough. We are aware of that fact, and for that reason we wear little green caps. These caps aid us to think, and in a short while we will know as much as the Sophomores, or, at least, some of them. Our greatest task lies in the making of a history for ourselves. We have the ability, the determination, and the help of the Faculty. The rest is merely a matter of time. ■ A. B. Cameron. i t 1 a (71) I 9 I 6 • • !■■■■■■■■■■ Freshman Arts and Sciences Class Roll Officers Fisher Edward Simmons President Victor Romain Vice-President Samuel Theodore Alcus Treasurer Fisher Edward Simmons Jamhalava Representative Allan Balfour Cameron Historian Members Lewis Scherck Alcus Literary. Samuel Theodore Alcus, Jr. Scientific: Treasurer Class; Class Basket- ball; Class AVrestling. Charles Babincton Scientific. Joseph Baron Scientific. W. O. Bell Scientific; Tug-of-War. _ John Westerfield Born Beta Theta Pi; Scientific; Tug-of-War. J. L. Bourdette, Jr. L,aw. Abraham Bruchis Literary. Allan Balfour Cameron Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Scientific; Class His- torian. Benjamin Cohen I iterary; Law. John Thomas Collier Scientific. Geoffrey Everett Cunningham Scientific; Arkansas Club; Tulane Orches- tra. EzEKiEL Parke Ellis Delta Kappa Epsilon; Literary; Tug-of- War. Robert Stephen Ellis, Jr. Delia Kappa Epsilon; Literary. Edward William Feibleman Scientific. Ferguson Colcock Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Scientific. Clarence Cottman Flower Delta Tau Delta; College of Commerce. Tandy I. Foote Literary; Class Football Team. Chester J. Ford Scientific. Charles Shearer Foster Scientific. Edwin H. Grace Literary. Jerome Guitterez Scientific. Henry E. Hubert Scientific. George Francis Kelly Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Scientific; Varsity Football Team. J. R. Hiricoyen Scientific. Thomas F. Kerrigan Scientific. Gessely J . Laplace Scientific. Leon Levitan Literary. Louis C. Lob Scientific; Tug-ot-War; Class Wrestling. John McGraw Delta Kappa Epsilon; Scientific; Varsity Football Team. (72) Freshman Arts and Sciences Class Roll m James Frank McLouchlin Phi Delta Theta; Literary. James J. Morse Beta Theta Pi: Scientific. Edwin Kirby Newbercer Scientific. Cornelius William O ' Leary Phi Delta Theta; Literary. D. Stafford O ' Shee Delta Kappa Epsilon; Scientific. T. Joseph Perkins, Jr. Literary. Samuel Cahlman Polmer Scientific; Tug-of-War; Class Wrestling; Class Football; Tulane Club; Menorah So- ciety: Glendy Burke. H. J. Raymond Literary. Victor Romain Scientific; Vice-President Class; Tug-of- War. Fisher Edward Simmons Literary; Class President; Tug-of-War; " Jambalaya " Representative. William Stewart Scientific. Allen L. Vories, Jr. Scientific. Edward Fay Walter Delta Tau Delta; Literary. Herman Winsberc Literary; President Tulane Intercollegiate Menorah Society; Forum Literary Society. iM m (73) a 5=! MORTON ARNOLD ALDRICH, Ph.D. DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. (74) (75) WILLIAM HENRY P. CREIGHTON, U. S. N. DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY. (76) J A M B A LAY A J " Class of 1918 rrJ M. C. DE Arrango Cuba Chemical, U. H. A., Troy; American Chemical Society. - Cedric Erroll Barron Alexandria, La. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Architecture; Junior German Club Committee (2); Architectural Society (I, 2, 3, 4); President (4); Class Track (1); Tulane Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Secretary-Treasurer (2); President (3) ; Tulane Night Committee (3, 4) ; Class Historian (3) ; Tulane Circus (1); Class President (4); Jambala )a Board of Editors (4). Benjamin Dulaney New Orleans, La. Architecture; Architectural Society; Chess Club; Tulan e Circus (1); Captain Class Baseball (1). Eugene N. Earhart New Orleans, Delta Sigma Phi; Chemical Engineering; Class President (1, 2, 3); Student Body Council (1, 2, 3); Tulane Circus (1); Tulane Engi- neering Society; Tug-of-War (2); Class Editor jamhalaya (I); Rifle Club; Instructor in General Chemistry; American Chemical Society. La. w? rr. i J A M B A L AY A S Pr n Class of 1918 SoLOMON FiNKELSTEIN New Orleans, La. Civil Engineering. Edward A. Gastrock New Orleans, La. Chemical Engineering; Tug-of-War (1, 2); Class Historian (1); Class Jambalava Representative (1); Class Football (2); Class Sec- retary-Treasurer (2); Tulane Circus (1); Class Basketball (2); In- structor in Chemistry; American Chemical Society. Eugene C. Gravely New Orleans, La. Civil Engineering; Engineering Society Board of D irectors (3); Executive Committee Rifle Club (3) ; Chief Engineer Summer Survey Camp (3). George R. Hammett New Orleans, La. Pi Kappa Alpha; Mechanical and Electrical; Class Wrestling (2); University Night (1); Tulane Circus (1); Class Basketball (2); Class Track (2) ; Class Secretary-Treasurer (2, 3) ; Class lamhala- a Editor (2, 4); Junior Prom Committee; Secretary-Treasurer Student Body (I, 2, 3, 4). 1 : J. Clarence Hirsh New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Tug-of-War (I, 2); Class Football (1); Tulane Circus (1); B. T. U. Errol E. Kelly New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical; Class Editor jamhala a (1); Class Fool- ball (I); Tulane Circus (I); B. T. U. E. V. LuDWiG New Orleans, La. Architecture; Architectural Society; Y. M. C. A.; Tuo-of-War (I, 2); Chess Club; Circus (I); Class Wrestling (1, 2); Class Basketball (1, 2); Varsity Track Team (1. 2); Class Track Team (1); Glee Club (1, 2); Tulane Club (3); University Night; Treas- urer Architectural Society (4); Architectural Librarian (I, 2); Rifle Club. J. P. Maguire Gretna, La. Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Class Track (1,2); B. T. U. ' S CT . • - ' — ■ ,r— _a_, .. . ■ ' — — " -r-rJ JAMBALAYA Class of 1918 R. E. Meevers New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical. A. J. Ramirez Cuba Delta Sigma Phi; Architecture; Tug-of-War (I, 2); Class Wres- tling (I, 2); Class Football Captain (1. 2); Class Basketball (1); Class Track (1, 2); Class Baseball (1, 2); Varsity Basketball Cap- lain (2); Varsity Basketball (1, 2, 3); Architectural Society (1. 2, 3, 4); Vice-President (4); Spanish Circle (1, 2); University Night (2) ; Rifle Club. Julius Slovenko . New Orleans, La. Civil Engineering; Tug-of-War (1, 2); Class Football (1, 2); Class Wrestling (I, 2); Class Track (1, 2); Tulane Engineering Society; Rifle Club; Summer Survey Camp. James Todd New Orleans, La. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Mechanical and Electrical; Tug-of-War (1, 2); Class Wrestling (1, 2); Manager Class Football (1, 2); Class Track (1); Varsity Track Team (I, 2); Tulane Club; Assistant Cheer Leader (2) ; Varsity Cheer Leader (3) ; Engineering Society ; Glee Club; Mandolin and Guitar Club; Circus (1); F. A. P.; Class Vice-President (4) ; Class President (3) ; Vice-President Technology Student Body. A M B A L A Y A ( «. ' L «. W ' Class of 19 8 J- J- ' ° ' ' ' • , New Orleans. La. D- VV7° ' " " ■■■ • ' - ' En.ineeiing; American Chemical Society; Kine l luD. F. Turner .... r i j Lolorado Delta Kappa Epsilon; Civil Engineering. Leo H. Utffy m o i i - ' INew Orleans, La. Kappa Sigma; Mechanical and Electrical; University Night (!)• Engmeermg Society (2 3, 4); Glee Club; Rifle Club; Secretary- Treasurer Class (4); Class Wrestling (4); Class Wrestling (2); Raoul J. Vallon N, Orleans, La. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Mechanical and Electrical; Rifle Club- Class Vice-President (1, 2, 3); Class Historian (4); Tulane Club; Engi- neering Society; Student Body President; Junior Prom. Committee E 3L JAMBALAYA Class of 19 8 L r lUbbsS; ' Anthony M. Zibilich New Orleans, La. Civil Engineering; Engincciing Society; Chief Engineer Pro Tem. Summer Survey Camp (3). Kenneth McLeod New Orleans, La. Kappa Alpha; Chemical Engineering; Class Wrestling (2); Class Track (2); Assistant Manager Basketball Team (3); Manager (4). iii Junior Technology Class History F the many classes that pass through our University, there are always one or two that stand out conspicuously; and the Tech Class of 1919 is one of them. Former issues of this popular journal bear evidence of this very potent fact, but for the benefit of our new sub- scribers we shall briefly enumerate a few of their accom- plishments. As Freshmen, they entered every contest with a de- termination to win, and were crowned with VICTORY at the end of their ' ' greencap " reign. " Unlike most victors in interclass contests, they did not win sixty per cent of the various competitions, but all of them. And so the Class numerals, 1919, were painted upon the his- torical old tank on the campus. Returning, as Sophomores, the following fall, we find their ranks sadly depleted, for several of their best men did not get back. But, although few in number, yet that same old spirit remained, and they were again victorious in the contests with the Freshmen. One glance at the tank is evidence of this fact. As two years is the longest period that class numbers can remain upon the tank, the now famous 1919 will soon be removed ; but if four years were made the maximum, we feel confident that this class would have maintained their numbers throughout their sojourn at college. The attainments of this Class have not been restricted to athletics only, for their class standing in other work is among the best on record. While each and every member of this Class has an individuality all his own, and we would like to mention same, yet our space is limited, and we must be content with describing them as a whole. In short, they are a group of energetic and congenial young fellows, admired by the Freshmen, respected by the Sophomores, and highly re- garded by the Seniors. Alex S. Sonntagg, Hislorian. (3 i ' l (83) s V. s H m 3 a m m •■£1 I o i % B (84) Junior Technology Class Roll Officers Randolph L. Griswold President Joseph D. Martin . ' Vice-President Edgar Whitehead, Jr Secrelarv-Treasurer Members Clotaire L. Adam New Orleans, La. Chemical Engineering: Tug-of-War (2i; Class T ' restling (2): Class Football (1. 2); Captain (2); Varsity Baseball (2): Captain Class Baseball (2); Class Basketball (2); Class Track (1. 2). Enrique Alvarado Port Limon, Costa Rica Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. Coleman Leroy Barr New Orleans, La. Sigma Chi: Mechanical and Electrical Engineering: Tug-of-War (1): Varsity Track Team: President Class (It; Vice-President Class (li. Edwin A. BynUM Houston, Texas Delta Sigma Phi: Mechanical and Electrical Engineering: Tug-of-War (1). 2): Class " Wrestling (1): Engineering Society (1, 2. 3): Board of Directors (3): Tulane Club (3): " Jambalaya " Representative (1, 2, 3). Robert Emmet Craig New Orleans, La. Beta Theta Pi; Civil Engineering: Tug-of-War (2): Class Baseball (2): Vice-President Class (2): Engineering Society (2): Quartermaster. Summer Survey Camp (2); Chief Engineer (3): .Assistant Manager Track Team (3): Interfraternity Council (3). Lewis Joseph Faucheux Waggerman, La. Mechanical and Electrical Engineering: Tug-of-War (2). Clifford Ferret Favrot New Orleans, La. Delta Kappa Epsilon: Chemical Engineering: Tug-of- ' War (2): Class Football Team (2); Class Basketball Team (2); Class Track Team (2); Varsity Cheer Leader (3). H. A. p. FreY New Orleans, La. Chemical Engineering. David Walker Godat New Orleans, La. Civil Engineering: Kappa Sigma: Tug-of-War (1. 2); Class Football (1. 2): Captain ill: President Class (2): Tulane Club (2): Rifle Club (1): Engineering Club (2): .Assistant Engineer Summer Survey Camp (2): Chief of Commissary (3): Interfraternity Council (3). Randolph Livingston Griswold New Orleans, La. Alpha Tau Omega: Civil Enginering: Class Historian (1. 2): Engineering Society (2 1: Summer Survey Camp (2): Class President (3); Class Track Team |2): Class Baseball Team 2). Louis Nicholas Hammett New Orleans, La. Pi Kappa .Alpha: Architecture: Architectural Society (1, 2); Secretary (3): Class Wrestling (2 : Class Basketball (2). (85) ! rt I Q Junior Technology Class Roll Edward Conniff Lanphier New Orleans, La. Chemical Engineering: Tug-of-War (2): Class Football (2): Class Track f2 . Randall F. Legeai New Orleans, La. Class Wrestling (2); Varsity Wrestling (2); Class Basketball (2). Joseph D. Martin New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Tug-of-War (2); Engineering Society (2); Class Vice-President (31. Eblen Rau New Orleans. La. Phi Kappa Sigma: Civil Engineering. George Simon Baton Rouge, La. Civil Engineering. Alexander Stephen Sonntac New Orleans, La. Chemical Engineering. Miner Howard Vallas New Orleans. La. Mechanical Engineering. J. Roland Weston Logtown, Miss. Sigma Nu : Civil Engineering: Class Football (1, 2): Class Track (2); Class AVrestling 1, 2): Class Basketball (1. 2):- Scrub Football (2, 3). Edgar Whitehead, Jr New Orleans, La. Mechanical Engineering; Tug-of-War (1. 2); Class Basketball (1, 2); Class Baseball (2); Class Track (1, 2); Class W restling (1. 2): Class Secretary and Treasurer {3 . Louis W. Zeller New Orleans, La. Mechanical Engineering; Tug-of-War (1, 2). (86) Class of 1920 A holy and a haunted ground! when we Were Sophomores behind this lusly day Two armies battled in the prime of lime. A Freshman horde of Xere ' s warring sons Swept o ' er the plams of Tulane, like the dust Before the day dissolves it mto clay. A tragic few of real men of the earth Stepped forth; the earth of man stood still To welcome Sophomores on their hallowed field. Two armies battled on the sea and land And triumphed one; and one absorbed the filth Of mild October ' s waters — but the last Man deems the Freshman and the last A sponge that holds defeat, the world and mire. And on the land a Freshman army swept The rugged floors, the floors of rugs and dust Beneath the pow ' rs of wrestling Sophomores. A Sophomore army occupied the field To see the captive Freshmen loss the ball And demonslrate the footwork of the pa3t. This is a holy and a haunted ground: The man of triumph struts about like day Before the clouds have marred its lofty brow. In abject solitude a Freshman treads: His was defeat eternal; and like night Creeps silently ere day has entered in. (871 (88) Sophomore Technology Class Roll Officers Rex E. Lothrop President Charles L. Wright Vke-Presidenl Calvin N. Joyner Secrelarx) and Treasurer James L. Sinclair Historian Members Robert L. Atkinson, Jr. Civil Engineering; Class Football (1); Tug-ot-War (21; Forum (2); Engineering Society (1, 2!; Rifle Club (2 1. Walter J. Barnes Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Mechanical and Electrical; Class President (1 ; Engineei-ing Society (1); Tug-ol ' -War (1, 2); Varsity Football (1. 2); Class Football (1); Class Track (1); Class Basketball (1). George S. Brandon Mechanical and Electrical; Class Wrestling (1, 2); Tug-of-War (2); Class Football (2); Wrestling (2); U5-]b. Champion. Marcel B. Calogne Mechanical and Electrical: Tug-of-War (2); Class Basketball (1). A. S. Cassagne Civil Engineering. Clem H. Dabazies Civil Engineering; Tug-ol ' -War (1. 2); Class Football (1, 2); Varsity Basketball (1, 2); Class Track (1); Varsity Track (II; Class Baseball (1); Engineering Society (1); Ririe Club (2). Beverly P. Ferguson Pi Kappa Alpha; Civil Engineering; Class Wrestling (11; Engineering Society (1). James B. Hackett Mechanical and Electrical; Class Football (1, 2); Tug-of-War (1, 2); Class Basketball (11; Class Baseball (1). Calvin N. Joyner Civil Engineering; Class Wrestling (2); " Tulane Weekly " (1); Tug-of-War (2); Class Secre- tary; Rifle Club (1. 21; Tulane Club (1, 2); Y. M. C. A. (2). Isidore B. Kahn Architecture; Architectural Society. Arthur O. Kastler Chemical Engineering; Tug-of-War (2); Class Track (1); Interclass Wrestling (2:-; (riass Fcot- ball (2). Jean M. King Phi Kappa Sigma; Mechanical and Electrical; Tug-of-War (1). Sam Kessler, Jr. Zeta Beta Tau; Chemical Engineering; Tulane Club (1, 2); Engineering Society (1). (89) ti Rex E. Lothrop Delta Sigma Phi; Chemical Engineering--; Class President (2); Tug-of-War (2); Class Football (2); Class Wrestling (2); 108-lb. Southern Champion Wrestler; 108-lb. Class Champion Wrestler. Walter J. Mercier Phi Ivappa Sigma: Mechanical and Electrical; Class Baseball (1), M. A. MOENCK Delta Kappa Epsilon; Architecture; Tug-of-War (2); Class Pushball, ' 10; Class Track. ' 10; Class Baslcetball. ' 09; Varsity Basket,ball, ' OS- ' IO.- ' IT.- ' IS ; Architectural Society, ' 17-18. Richard F. Muller Mechanical and Electrical; Class Football (2); Tug-ot-War (2); Rifle Club (1). Wynne R. Nourse Alpha Tau Omega; Civil Engineering: Class Wrestling (2); Engineering Society (1); " Tulane Weekly " (2). Jerome Pepperman Mechanical and Electrical: Class Wrestling (2): Class Football (2); Tug-of-War (2). Charles W. Rouckstuhl Mechanical and Electrical. James L. Sinclair Chemical Engineering: Class Historian (1. 2); " Tulane Weekly " (1); Class Track (1): Class Wrestling (2). Milton A. Voorhies Kappa Sigma: Chemical Engineering; Class Football 12). Charles L. Wright Beta Theta Pi; Mechanical and Electrical; Tug-of-War fl, 2); Class Wrestling (2); Class Football (1, 2); Class Track (1); Class Vice-President. Louis J. Wyler Civil Engineering; Class Wrestling (1, 2); Class Football (1. 2); Class Basketball (1, 2); Class Baseball (1); Class Track (1); Tug-of-War (1, 2); Engineering Society (1); Technology Bas- ketball (2). (90) History of Freshman Technology Class HE history of the Technology Class of 1921 is like that of the whole world; it is being made, and thought it has not pro- gressed to a very advanced state, when it is looked back upon, it presents a very bright and prosperous past. From the very day upon which we went through with the ceremonies of matriculation to the present time, we " wearers of the green " have exhibited an abundant supply of both class and school spirit. Scarcely has there been an activity in the University in which the 1 92 I Technology Class has not figured prominently. Our tug-of-war contest, though not won by us, was the result of advan- tage being taken of our kind-heartedness. We were told that among the heavers for the Soph, bunch there were some who had recently recovered from pneumonia, and others who were so deathly afraid of water that if they should get wet they would die. Again, we were told that the park authorities did not want the pond dredged with Sophs., as they were very particular about what was used to dredge this body of water. Therefore, as a result of these existing circumstances, no Sophs, died, and a very select dredge was used on the pond. As far as the wrestling is concerned, it can truthfully be said that we put up a good fight, and that our defeat, by a small margin, was due only to the efficiency of Professor Hanson as a coach. In the last contest, however, we had become to some extent trained our- selves, and put up a fight on the gridiron which resulted in a scoreless tie. This, the class that has furnished men for various teams, notably the Varsity football team, which was the first in fourteen years to defeat our annual opponents in the ' ' Turkey Day " game, has come to a point where they are squal to the Sophs, and, gentle reader, in the remaining contests just watch us go " over the top. " Oh, yes — just to give a little hint as to our scholarship — our lettering in our mechanical drawing work has come up to such a grade of excellence that it has been wished by the Dean himself that even the Seniors could do as well. Indeed, we intend putting this good work to some practical use. Again, I say, gentle reader, watch us, and you will see this application put, not upon the sidewalks and buildings, but upon the tank in the form of a large 1921. HISTORIAN. (91) ■ I (92) Freshman Technology Class Roll Officers McLean J. Le Doux President E. D. Parkhouse Vice-President J. L. McCoLLOUGH Treasurer RuFUS U. Lea, Historian John L. Ebauch, Jr Secrelarv Members Maude S. Abrego Henry B. Cooley Architecture. Civil Engineering. Alfonso Alvarado C. S. Crawford Cticmical Engineering. Mechanical and Electrical. Alexander Berea, Jr. Lawrence Daley Civil Engineering; Class Football. Mechanical and Electrical. Died Janu- WM. Grant Black Delta Kappa Epsilon; Mechanical and j j DoRRIES Electrical. Mcclianical and Electrical. George R. Blum Mechanical and Electrical. Jo " N R. DyKERS Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Chemical Engineer- S H Bowers ing; Technology Baslcetball Team. Civil Engineering. r i r- t John L. hBAucH, Jr. Frank P. BrouSSARD Mechanical and Electrical; Secretary Class; Mechanical and Electrical. Tug-of-War Team; Captain Class Rootball Team; Class Wrestling: Technology Bas- _ r» ketball Team; Cross Countrv Run. Robert M. Brunet Civil Engineering. FrANK P. ElIZARDI , , , _, Pi Kappa Alpha; Mechanical and Elec- LouiS M. Buja trical. t ' i il Engineering. David R. Graham, Jr. Sol BlOODWORTH, Jr. Kappa Slgma; Chemical Engineering. Mechanical and Electrical. William B. Gregory John H. Carter, Jr. Mechanical and Electrical; Tug-oE-War; Alpha Tau Omega; Mechanical and Elec Class Football; Technology Basketball trical. Team. D. Cocnevich Leo B. Grentz Civil Engineering. Mechanical and Electrical. Clarence Cohen Harold R. Harper Chemical Engineering; Class Football. Civil Engineering. (93) ' - ' iir I 9 1 S 19, Freshman Technology Class Roll Albert E. Hotard Civil Engineering. Harry H. Hustedt Mechanical and Electrical: Tug-of-War; Class Football; Technology Basketball Team; Cross-Country Run. J. Hymel Mechanical and Electrical. J. C. Lable Mechanical and Electrical. RuFUS U. Lea Mechanical and Electrical; Class Historian. McLean J. LeDoux Pi Kappa Alpha; Mechanical and Elec- tricl; President Class; Varsity Football S quad; Captain Class Basketball Team; Class Wrestling. Harold G. Legeai Chemical Engineering. George W. Lewis ISIechanical and Electrical. Marcel Livaudais Kappa Sigma; Civil Engineering; Tug-of- War. Charles B. Lynch lechanical and Electrical. J. L. McCOLLOUGH Mechanical and Electrical; Treasurer Class; Tug-of-War; Class Football; Class Wrest- lirg. Malcomb M. McKenzie Mechanical and Electrical; Class Football. Isadore Marx Civil Engineering. Roy Moynahan Mei-hanical and Electrical. John M. Middleton Mechanical and Electrical; Class Football Team; Tug-ot-War; Technology Basket- ball Team. August Mysing Mechanical and Electrical. Arthur Naquin, Jr. Mechanical and Electrical; Tulane Or- chestra. J. K. Nungesser Delta Sigma Phi; Chemical Engineering. Garland Orr Pi Kappa Alpha; Mechanical and Elec- trical. E. D. Parkhouse Sigma .Alpha Epsilon; Mechanical and Electrical; Vice-President Class. Frank E. Rainold Alpha Tau Omega; Civil Engineering. Harry Rainold Civil Engineering. John B. Richardson Delta Tau Delta; Mechanical and Elec- trical. H. E. Rodriguez Civil Engineering. Louis L. Rosen Mechanical and Electrical; Technology Basketball Team; Senior League Basket- ball. Simon B. Schwartz Civil Engineering: Tug-of-War. Benjamin Singer Chemical Engineering. William H. Sparr Civil Engineering. W. B. Vennard Kappa Alpha; Mechanical and Electrical; Class Football: Technology Basketball Team. Helmuth C. Voss Civil Engineering. Eugene B. Williams, Jr. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Civil Engineering: Captain Tug-oT-War Team; Varsity Foot- ball; Senior League Basketball; Technol- ogy Basketball Team. Armond L. Willoz Ci ' il Engineering. (94) (95) CHARLES PAYNE FENNER. B.S., LL.B. DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF LAW. (96) ■ K ■ ■ IB M R K !@ n r History of the Senior Law Class NSPIRED by isions of August Aasizes, cowering criminals, solemn sentences and fabulous fees, the Class of 1918 emerged from obscurity and entered the claesic portals of Tulane Law School away back in the halcyon days of September, 1915. Through sunshine and shadow, through the ple .:ai.t periods of Judge Foster ' s lectures, through the darkest labyrinth of St. John ' s final inquisition, undismayed by the meretricious bsck- onings of pleasure, the clsss, for three long years, has pursued the Law, that Jealous Mistress, who, unlike Cassandra, does not babble her oracles in the popular ear, but rather, like the priestess Pythia. sits demurely in her temple and opens her prescient lips only to those who seek her there. Be it remembered that in spite of the distracting influence of " penny ante " and reticence of Ginsburg, the class aforesaid, then and there, with force and arms, made a felonious attempt to extract knowledge from the vast mines of legal erudition which are so faithfully guarded by Justinian, Demolombe, Pothier, Blackstone and our Lord Coke. To presage whether these efforts will be requited ; whether the judge ' s ermine, the barrister ' s robes, or the senatorial toga will reward the lucubra- tions of this remarkable class would be to prophesy. As a historian, we are estopped from usurping the functions of a seer. Whether the class will re- ligiously adhere to the principle of stare decisis, or become a great creative, constructive force at the bar, on the bench and in the halls of Congress, can only be answered when, through the expiration of time, wc are assimilated into the warp and woof of the ancient and honorable legal profession. The record of the Class of ' 18 warrants the prediction that if, peradvcn- turc, any of its members should hear the clarion call of the populace for public office, that member would eschew the idle babblings of the demagogue as well as appeals to maudlin sentimentality, and seek only the popularity which, in the words of Lord Mansfield, " follow the performance oh-.irtuous deeds. " Aubrey MacKay Pyburn, Historian. m (97) f 3 0 ' ' « iffi H a ISl i J A M B A LAY A ■m:- fe ir Class of 1918 t=- Alexander Stevenson Allain New Orleans, La. Pi Kappa Alpha; Varsity Basketball Squad; Law Debating Club. Eva Lillian Atkinson New York City B.A., Normal College, New York. Jacob Feibleman Baer New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke; Menorah; Law Debating Club. George Joel Ginsberg Alexandria, La. Varsity Debating Team (2); Law Debatmg Club; Glendy Burke; Menorah; Executive Committee and Librarian. Class of 1918 Philip Augustin Miller New Orleans, La. Delia Tau Delta; Soulhera Law Quarterly; Law Debating Club; Class Vice-President (3). Edgar Taylor Morris New Orleans, La. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Kappa Delta Phi; Sigma Omicron Pi; B.A.. Tulane University ' ; Glendy Burke; Tulane Club; Captain Varsity Tennis Team (2) ; Inter-Fraternity Council German Club; President Inter-Fratemity Council. Aubrey Mackay Pyburn Dodson, La. Tau Kappa Alpha; B.A., Vanderbilt University; Varsity Debating Team (2) ; President, Oratorical and Debating Council (3) ; Law Debating Club; Polity Club; jamhalaya Board of Editors (3). James Dudley Simon, Jr St. Martinsville, La. Glendy Burke; Law Debating Club. JAMBALAYA J L ir r w Class of 19 8 Samuel Adams Trufant New Orleans, La. Sigma Chi; Phi Delta Phi; President Freshman Law Class; Pres- ident Sophomore Law Class; Po! ' ly C!uj; Ir.tcr-Fralernity Council German Club; Southern Law Quartcily. Herbert Schwartz Weil New Orleans, La. B.A.. Tulane University; Varsity Debating Team (1); Class Secre- tary-Treasurer (3); Oratorical and Debating Council; Law Debating Club; Southern Law Quarteil ; Tu ' ane Society of Economics; Tulane Club; Polity Club; Glendy Burke. Eugene Davis Saunders New Orleans, La. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Kappa Delta Phi; President of Class (3); Secretary of Class (2); Secretary Glendy Burke (I); President Glendy Burke (2) ; Vice-President Tulane Club (3) ; Busi- ness Manager Tulane ff ' ee l) (2) ; Business Manager Jambala )a (3) ; President Student Body (3) ; Inter-Fraternity Council German Club; President University Student Council (3). Rudolph Henry Waldo . New Orleans, La. = - Second Year Law Class Edwin L. Clark New Orleans. La. Law Debating Club; Moot Court. Maurice Frank ■__ Lake Charles, La. Moot Court. GusTAV Adolph Gondron Donaldsonville. La. Forum (1); Class Secretary (2); Moot Court (2). Henry Chauvigny Hava New Orleans, La Moot CVurt; " Jambalaya " ' Representative. Frank A. Miller New Orleans, La. Class I ' resident (2); Moot Court. Robert Logan Perkins New Orleans, La. Sigma Chi; B.A. Tulane University; Class Vice-President and Treasurer (2); President Forum Literary Society; Secretary Forum Literary Society; " Tulane Weekly " Staff; Inter-Fraternity Council Club- JosEPH RosENGARTEN New Orleans, La. Moot Court; Menorah ; Class Football and Basketball. (101) ■ 1 9 I 6 ■ • First Year Law Class History HS a usual thing, there is very httle to write about a first year Law class, but our class has been very different in this respect, mainly due to the very interesting Moot Court introduced by Professor Turck. These cases have been ably argued by future Justices of the Supreme Bench, District Attorneys and able Criminal lawyers. Such men as " Feet " Talbot and Hawkins, J., handed down never- to-be-forgotten decisions. After trial, judgment and ex- ecution of the prisoner, post mortems were held. The body would be resurrected, retried and reconvicted or released a half dozen times. At last the poor fellow would become so disgusted at having to jump m and out of his coffin that he would get " peeved, " use some vigorous language, and disappear, doubtless preferring the warmer climate below to our heated discussions. Then the Mid Term examinations drew near. The Library, usually silent and deserted, now began to hum like a beehive, and its atmosphere became thick with the dust blown from the tops of leather-covered vol- umes. Lines of care developed on many youthful countenances, and the Goddess of Mirth (if there is one) left for parts unknown. Ex- aminations passed (not all of them, I fear), a deep and heartfelt sigh went up to the heavens as a signal to the goddess to return, and every- body took a holiday. In all college activities, this class has shown to advantage. There are letter men in football and on the track, editors of the " Weekly, " captains and lieutenants in the military organization, and, above all, we are honored by having two members of the fair sex with us. Historian. (102) a s ■ I [ ii £E Q E£ S iES siEsssiiasBnigsiaiHH ' BHiieHi: (103) • • I 9 « f First Year Law Class Roll Members George Michael Baccich .... Louisiana Phi Delta Theta. Walter Carroll ....... Louisiana Sigma Clii: Class President: President Forum Literary Society; Manager Varsity Tennis Team. Miss Lois Dale Arkansas Mrs. J. H. Douglas Louisiana Charles Elliott Louisiana B.A. Tulane University. Harry Fuller Louisiana Zed. H. Hawkins Louisiana Delta Sigma Phi; Freshman Tug-of- War Team; Captain Freshman Wres- tling Team; Secretary - Treasurer Freshman A. S. Class; Class Sec- retary (1); Runner-up S. A. A. A. U. Wrestling Championships (145 lbs.), ' 16; Forum. M. M. Irwin Louisiana B.S. St. Stanislaus College. Emile E. Joachim Louisiana Leon L. Kohlmann Louisiana Zeta Beta Tau; Bditor-in-Chlet " Tu- lane Weekly. ' John C. KraemER Louisiana Nelvil Louis LeBeuf Louisiana Alpha Tau Omega; Class Vice-Presi- dent and Treasurer (1). Richard Webster Leche .... Louisiana Morris P. LeCompte Louisiana Secietary Moot Court. Henry H. Martin Louisiana Kappa Sigma. Edwin F. Marx Louisiana Zeta Beta Tau; Managing Editor " Tulane Weekly. " Chester Stephen O ' Reilly . . . Louisiana Freshman Track Team. John D. Schmidt, Jr Louisiana Frishman Football Team; Freshman Track Team; Varsitj ' Track Team, ' 17; Tulane Polity Club. D. W. Stewart, Jr Louisiana Alpha Tau Omega; Vice-President Moot Court; Dormitory Governing Board. Edmond E. Talbot Louisiana Sigma Nu ; President Moot Court; Varsity Football Team (1); Dormitory Governing Board. Joseph Louis Watkins Louisiana Freshman Tug-of-War; Freshman Football Team; Tulane Club; French Circle; Dormitory Football Team: Dormitory Basketball Team; Tulane Rifle Club; Varsity Football Squad. Justin V. Wolff Louisiana Zeta Beta Tau. Fred. August Wulff, Jr Louisiana Delta Sigma Phi; Freshman Wres- tling Team; Runner-up S. A. A. A. A. U. Championships (lOS lbs.), ' 16; Tu- lane lOS-Pound Wrestling Champion. ■ m H (104) TULANE MEDICAL ADELAlDEr B0W6N. (105) ISADORE DYER, Ph.B.. M.D. LEAN OF THE SCHOOLS OF MEDICINE AND PHARMACY (106) J AM B A L AY A u ] " in Class of 1918 John Charles Adam Mississippi Kappa Psi; Phi Kappa Psi. DeWitt Talmadge Allred Mississippi Delta Omicron Alpha. William Henry Anderson Mississippi B.A. and B.S., University of Mississippi. Thomas Nathaniel Black Arkansas Phi Beta Pi; Alpha Omega Alpha; Stars and Bars; Assistant Instructor in Physiology, ' 1 5- ' 1 8. 5t . JAMBALAYA Class of 1918 Harold Abel Bloom Louisiana Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Omega Alpha; Stars and Bars; Class Historian (2); Secretary-Treasurer (4). Lawrence Arthur Brennan Louisiana Cap and Gown Committee. Milton Louis Brenner Texas Phi Kappa Psi; Kappa Psi; A. O. Q.; Class Vice-President (I); Class President (2); Student Council (3). Albert Frank Burgis . . . . . . . Louisiana Delta Omicron Alpha; Class Vict President (3). lAMBALAYA J ir Class of 1918 Carey Cheek Mississippi Phi Chi. Sam Charles Cohen Louisiana Alpha Phi Sigma; Cap and Gown Committee. Francis Allen Copp Florida Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Pi; Alpha Omega Alpha; " Jambalaya " Representative; " Tulane Weekly " Representative; B.A., University of Virginia. Miss Cora Zetta Corpening North Carolina President Women ' s Medical Ass ociation of Tulane University; Ivy Day Committee. J AM B A LAY A ni c Class of 1918 Reginald Francis Cox Virginia Pi Kappa Alpha ; Phi Beta Pi ; Kappa Chi ; Theta Nu Epsilon ; A. O. Q. : Chairman Ivy Day Committee. Barney Alexander Credille Texas Deha Tau Delta; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Chairman Cap and Gown Committee. Hugh Leo Dwyer Kansas Alpha Psi; Nu Sigma Nu; Ivy Day Committee. Edmond Lawrence Faust Louisiana Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi; Stars and Bars; Alpha Omega Alpha; Kappa Delta Phi; Class Vice-President (I); Class Secretary (2); Varsity Football (1, 2, 3, 4); Track Team (1, 2, 3); Captain Track Team (3); Assistant Tennis Manager (1); Tennis Manager (2); Tulane Mile Record; Student Representative Tulane Athletic Council. J A M B A LAY A _J E ■ ;i i.ii:ivUi;i!£i.Lfvj; j L;:lu £d£ . . Class of 1918 Otto Leon Freeman Louisiana Phi Beta Pi; B.A. Alfred Gage South Carolina A. O. Q.; Stars and Bars; A. J. O. S. O. R. Elmer Harry Hansen Minnesota B.S. Francis Chavigny Hava Louisiana Alpha Omega Alpha; Stars and Bars. Class of 1918 Julius Emanuel Isaacson Louisiana Alpha Phi Sigma; " Jambalaya " Reprcscntalivc (1, 2, 3); " Tulane Weekly " Representative (1, 2); Invitation Committee; A. O. Q. Harry Breckinridge Jacobson Arkansas Harry Dave Jerwick Arkansas Zeta Beta Tau; Kappa Deha Phi; Varsity Football (1, 2. 3, 4) ; Wrestling Champion, ' 15; Chairman Picture Committee; Senior Class. Earl Jones Louisiana Kappa Alpha; Phi Beta Pi; BE. J AM B A LA Y A JL Class of 1918 Robert Stanley Kemp Indiana Sigma Alpha Epsilon ; Phi Alpha Sigir.a ; Theta Nu Epsilon. Roger E. Knolle Texas Chi Zela Chi. Charles William Lewis Louisiana Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi; Medical Football Team (1, 2); A.B. Clarence A. Lorio Louisiana Alpha Kappa Kappa; B.S. i ■ f AM BALAY A r Class of 1918 Robert Theodore Lucas North Carolina Kappa Alpha; Phi Beta PI; A.B. Paul A. Le Bourgeois Louisiana Sigma Nu; Phi Chi. Douglas Culpepper McBride Louisiana Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Pi. Porter Mixon Alabama Phi Beta Pi. JL J A M B A LAY A :?l zir _ii Class of 1918 Duncan Parham Louisiana Sigma Chi; Phi Chi; Stars and Bars. Edward Stanley Peterman Louisiana Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu. Albert Baldwin Pitkin Louisiana Kappa Sigma; Nu Sigma Nu; A. O. Q.; Stars and Bars; Class President (i) ; Chairman Class Night Committee (4). Irvin Pope Texas Phi Delta Theta; Phi Alpha Sigma; Theta Nu Epsilon. J A M B A L AY A i n L. ir Class of 1918 John Hunter Pope Texas Phi Delta Thela; Phi Alpha SIgr.-.a; Thcla Nu Epsilon. Carroll Monroe Pounders Texas Phi Beta Pi. Ellis Powell . Georgia Urban Ramirez Porto Rico James Davidson Rives Louisiana Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Chi; Stars and Bars; Alpha Omega Alpha; A. O. Q.; A. J. O. S. O. R.; B.S. Enrigue Alberto Rodes Cuba Alpha Kappa Kappa; Ph.G. ; Picture Committee. Theophilus Erskin Ross, Jr Mississippi Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi; A.B. Millard Lester Smith Alabama Delta Omicron Alpha. 1i Class of 1918 Archie Jackson Stacy Mississippi Phi Chi. DOWLING BlUSFORD StOUCH, Jr Oklahoma Kappa Alpha; Phi Beta Pi. William Cecil Tisdale Alabama Kappa Psi; Stars and Bars; Vice-President Class ' 17; A.B., 14. Leo Willard Tucker Louisiana Delta Sigma Phi; Delta Omicron Alpha; Kappa Delta Phi; Varsity Track Team (2, 3, 4) ; Ivy Day Committee. J AM B ALAY A u Class of 1918 Martin Thomas Van Studdiford Missouri Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu; Clasi President (4). Alvaro Arturo Yznaga Cuba Phi Alpha Sigma. Charles Henry Voss Louisiana Kappa Psi; Vice-President Class (4). M H a a B SI ffi » ig s .« M ttl M M r Junior Medical Class Roll : !. f AwTREY, Philip McK Alabama Chl Zeta Chi; Delta Sigma rlii. Beals, John Alfred Indiana Bean, Dorf Texas Nu Sigma Nu; Vice-President Sopho- more Class. Bethea, Stanford Ernest . . . Mississippi Beta Thtta Pi; Phi Chi. Billings, Gilbert M. . . . North Carolina Alpha Kappa Kappa. Blackiwar, Ray W Georgia Kappa Alpha; Al;iha Kap.ia Kappa; U.S. BowDEN, Mi3S Margaret P. H. . . Louisiana Vice-President of The Woman ' s Med- ical Association of Tulane University. B. ADY, MiLO J Louisiana Phi Beta Pi. BussEY, James E Texas Delta Tail U.lta; Chl Zeta Chi. Castellanos, Jorce Conrado .... Cuba Cefalu, Victor, Jr Louisiana Chi Ztta Chi; President Pre-Medical Class; President Freshman C;lass. Clay, Berny S Alabama Kappa Psi: Varsity Foothall. ' 15. ' 1(1, ' 17; Varsity Basketball, ' 15, ' 10, ' 17. Cobb, Beverly W Alabama Fisma . lpha Epsilon. Crawford, Willie S Mississippi Crowell, Taleert C Louisiana Chl Zeta Chl; Vice-PriTSident Fresh- man Class. Davis, Russell B Mississippi Chi Zeta Chi. DiLLMAN, James A Arkansas Kappa Sigma; Alpha Kapjia Kappa. Douglas, Robert G Louisiana Kaijpa . ' igma; Alpha Kappa Kappa; B.S. DUPUY, Jules E., Jr Louisiana Phi Beta Pi. Ehlinger, Rangier B Louisiana Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu ; President Sophomore Class; Student Council; B.S. Paris, Henry B Louisiana a.b. Funderbunk, Joe M Kansas Gladney, John Davidson . , . . Louisiana Phi Beta Pi. Good, Brokes D Mississippi B.S . I Iale, RiCMArD A Texas 1 loBns. Arthur A Miscouri Delta Tau Delta; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Chl Sigma; A.B. Holladay, Walter R Mississippi Nu . ' - ' igma Xu. HoLLOWAY, Paul D Mississippi Phi Kappa Psl; Nu Sigma Nu; B..S. JoH.ssoN, Brantley M Georgia A.B. KlRKPATRICK, C. H Florida Kai pa . lpha; Nu Sigma Nu. KiTTS, Henry Tennessee . lpha Kajipa Kappa. Kno ' le, Wilkes A Louisiana Kappa Psl; Secrelaij ' .Sophomore Class; B.S. Kramer, Richard Louisiana Chi Zeta Chi. Lowe, James O Mississippi Delia Tau Delta; Phi Chi; B.S. Lyons, S. Carlton Louisiana Phi Kappa Sigma: . lpha Kappa Kappa. McGui.tE, John J Floiida McLAuraN, Hugh L Texas Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi. McLeod, H. Carrol Mississippi Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu. (120) :M ' iiiiniHMfiHns anwiniiBseBBaHt 9 i g ' 3 (121) Junior Medical Class Roll D McMillan, Edwin G. . . . North Carolina Alpha Kappa Kappa. Maher, Aldea Louisiana Secretary and Treasurer of The Wom- an ' s Medical Association of Tulane University; B.A. ; M.A. Manhoff, Ben Texas Phi Beta Pi; President Junior Clazjs; Historian Sophomore Class. Millender, Charles W. . . North Carolina Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu. Mogabgab, Anees Louisiana Delta Omicron Alpha; Varsity Track Team, ' 15. MuRRY, Harry E Arkansas Kappa Sigma: Alpha Kappa Kappa. Neely, Paul J Texas Delta Tau Delta. Parish, John K., Jr Wisconsin Kappa Psi. Parker, James S Alabama Kappa Psi; B.S. Perdue, Calvin C Alabama Phi Delta Theta; Alpha Kappa Kap a Perkins, Philip D Louisiana Phi Kappa Sigma: Alpha Kappa Kap- pa; Vice-President Junior Class. Polanco, Jose Porto Rico Pritchett, Harry W Virginia Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Rho Sigma. Renme, Tho. ' mas L. Alaba Delta Tau Delta; Nu Sigma Nu ; Sec- retary and Treasurer Junior Class. Richard, F. S Louisiana SiLVA, Euripides, Jr Porto Rico Smith, Ben F Missouri Delta Tau Delta; Xu Sigma Nu; . .B. Taylor, Archie Mississippi Thomas, Albert R Louisiana Phi Beta Pi. Thompson, Otis Aichard .... Georgia Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Class Historian. ' 15- ' 16; Student As- sistant in Laboratory of Anatomy, ' 15--16 ana ' le- ' lT; Ph.B. Wallace, Robert Boyd Alabama B.S. Tulane Llniversity. Watson, Thomas M North Carolina Alpha Kappa Kappa. West, Arthur Mississippi White, Earl T Mississippi Phi Beta Pi. Wilkerson, William W Alabama Kappa Sigma. Wilson, John C Arkansas Phi Beta Pi; Arkansas Club. Wolff, Irving J Louisiana Alpha Chi Sigma; B.A. a (122) Sophomore Medical Class Hi ory wo years ago we entered the stately halls of Tulane Uni- versity, imbued with the spirit of Aesculapius, and swore a " mighty oath, " not unlike that of our famous prede- cessor, Hippocrates ; resolved to give the medical profes- sion the benefit of our vast and marvelous knowledge. During this great interim, some departed from our ranks for good, while others sojourned for a week or more as " buck privates " in various training camps, due to the selective draft law. With a little good maneuvering, these men were soon back with us, bearing the title, " Private, " in M. E. R. C. We find ourselves considerably advanced on the road to maturity, with our youthful enthusiasm somewhat changed to a conservative line of thought, directed along more appropriate and rational channels. The difficulties of this year were numerous, with many complicated subjects and intricate problems to master — e. g., physiology; but we had by this time become sturdy soldiers, and by constant attention to duty, we were able to overcome them with credit to ourselves and satisfaction to our professors. RoY E. Delahoussaye, Historian. P. S. — We take this means of thanking some unknown American citizen, a resident of New Orleans, for its timely arrival about 9 a. m. March 4. Sorry I don ' t know whether its name is " Bill " or " Mary Jane. " This information will be gladly furnished by our Professor of Minor Surgery. (123) i««l g JAMBALAYA| g ■■■■ (124) m Sophomore Medical Class Roll Officers !t Olin Winn Moss PreslJenl Albert Reynauld Morgan Vice-President • 1 i Clifford U. Johnson Secretary-Treasurer ' -- Roy Edward Delahoussaye Historian J T. A. Fears Sergeant-at-Arms | ; a fl a Class Roll Alfred L. Adam Louisiana Delta Oniicron Alpha. •? William Oscar Allen Louisiana Ph.G. Eugene L. Armstrong Louisiana ; Chi Zeta Chi, f.-. ' Alexander Axelrod Louisiana George C. Battalora Louisiana Chi Zeta Chi. FR.4NCIS Burton Blackmar Georgia Kappa Alpha: Alpha Kappa Kappa; Class Secretary-Treasurer CD. i Irwin James Boulet Louisiana Delta Sigma Phi; Kappa Psi. Charles L. Brown Texas : Phi Kappa Sigma: Kappa Psi. 5j I Joseph Clyde Bruner Louisiana I Pi Kappa Alpha: Alpha Kappa Kappa; B.A.. Louisiana State University. ' ; ' ; Felix R. Brunot Pennsylvania Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Alpha Kappa Kappa. Jesse DeWitt Burkhead Alabama m Alpha Tau Oinega. I IS m John Hardin Carter Florida = Alpha Tau Omega. L. I Frank Lee Cato, Jr Georgia ■: ' S. ' Phi Delta Theta; Phi Chi. - ' Oscar Theodore Christoffer Texas :!i j Phi Delta Theta; Kappa Psi. Brooks A. Colomb Louisiana ■ Beta Theta Pi. ■ Juuus Mayer Davidson Mississippi ■ • , . . « I Roy Edward Delahoussaye L.ouisiana 2 Beta Theta Pi; B.S. ; Class Historian (2). M Rapsley Dodd Mississippi Kappa Psi. Samuel Fletcher Elder Louisiana « , Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa. ' 1 (125) Sophomore Medical Class Roll T. Alvin Fears Texas Delta Sigma Phi; Chi Zeta Chi. Henry Arthur Folse Louisiana Phi Beta PI; A.B., Jefferson College. Frank Raymond Ford Louisiana Harry Joseph French Louisiana Delta Omicron Alpha. John Marsh Frere Louisiana Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi. Frank GalLO Louisiana Walter Peters Gardiner Louisiana Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi; B.S., Tulane University. E. Spencer Garrett, Jr Alabama Delta Omicron Alpha. Wayne Gilder Alabama ?igma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Kappa Kappa. Lewis Melvin Gocch Texas Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Rho Sigma. Sam Vincent Granata Louisiana Homer Perseius Harris Alabama PI Kappa Alpha; Kappa Psi. Julian Hawthorne Louisiana Kappa Alpha: Class President (1). Guy Wilkinson Heath Alabama Kappa Psi. Sam Hobson, Jr ' Mississippi Chi Zeta Chi. James Mortimer Hoffman Louisiana Isaac Clifton Hugcins Mississippi Phi Kappa Sigma; Kappa Psi; B.S. Francis Leon Jaubert Louisiana Delta Omicron Alpha. Clifford Uriah Johnson Louisiana Chi Zeta Chi; Class Secretary-Treasurer (2). Curtis Whittemore Jones Arkansas Chi Zeta Chi. Philip Harold Jones Louisiana Ku Sigma Nil ; B.A.. Louisiana State University. Theodore A. Jung, Jr Louisiana A.B. Douglas Ledbetter Kerlin Louisiana Chi Zeta Chi. Louis Bernard Long Florida Phi Beta Pi. Francis Ernest LeJeune Louisiana Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi; B.S., Jefferson College. Edward Harper Linfield Mississippi Beta Theta Pi; Varsity Football Team (2). Thomas Shafford Love Texas Beta Theta Pi. 026) Sophomore Medical Class Roll Don. S. Marsalis Louisiana Kappa Psi: Varsity Track Team (1). Martin Owen Miller Louisiana Chi Zeta Clil, John Morgan Moore Texas Delta Omicron Alpha. Albert Reynauld Morgan Louisiana Phi Beta Pi; Lambda Chi Alplia; B.A., Louisiana State University; Class Vice-President (2). Olin Winn Morse Louisiana Sigma Alpha Epsiion: Class Historian (1); Class President (2). HosEA Webster McAdoo Arkansas Alpha Kappa Kappa. HlLAlRE D. OgdeN, Jr Louisiana Kappa Sigma; Clii Zeta Chi. Jules Brunet Rateau Texas Chi Zeta Chi; Ph.G. ; N. G. O. P. L. McK. RozIER Alabama Kappa Psi; A.B., University of Alabama. Frank Savoy Louisiana Phi Beta Pi. Richard Croker Scott Louisiana Alpha Kappa Kappa. Edwin August Socola Louisiana Delta Omicron Alpha. Hollis a. Stafford Louisiana Samuel Sternberg Louisiana Zeta Beta Tau. James Hooper Stiles Texds Phi Delta Theta; Kappa Psi. James Leslie Taylor, Jr Alabama Beta Theta Pi. Eugene Davis Thorpe Florida Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi; B A.. Southern University. Herbert Randolph Unsworth Louisiana Phi Delta Theta; Phi Chi. Mrs. Constance Vann Louisiana Arthur Vidrine . . ; Louisiana Nu Sigma Nu ; B.A.. Louisiana State University. William A. Wagner Louisiana Maurice S. Whiteside Alabama Sigma Nu: Phi Chi. B. W. Whitfield Alabama Kappa Psi; B.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute. C. J. WlCHSER Louisiana Delta Omicron Alpha. Hiram Joseph Williams Alabama Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa. Richard Zoelly Williams Louisiana Delta Omicron Alpha. Frank C. Wilson Alabama Sigma Alpha Epsiion; Phi Chi; B.S., Virginia Jlilitary Institute. Gerald G. Woodruff Alabama Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Chi. Roy W. Wright Louisiana Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa. Edwin Lionel Zander Louisiana Chi Zeta Chi. (127) JAMBAL. 19 10 Freshmen Medical Class History ULANE MEDICAL SCHOOL opened wide her portals in 1834, with Registrar Beilfield at the desk grabbing the cash, and the greatest body of men that ever slipped two hundred bones apiece into the outstretched palm of old Oswald is about to complete the work of the Freshman year. We know that we ' re the best, because great men are always forced to fight opposition and criticism as they journey through life. It is only " The Most Mediocre " that never encounter resistance. Nobody worries about them. We need no paid press agents to boost our fame. The professors were so enthused over our ability that they would break into their lectures to tell of our greatness. They knew that we were there. Such is the result of fame. Some of our work was so admired that it was framed without solicitation on our part, and now adorns the walls of Anatomy Hall. May next year ' s class gaze upon it and admire the work — not the framing. We ' ve seen some professors m a state of considerable anger, but that was due to their having to sit up nights and read in order to keep up with our vast supply of knowledge. We forgive them for their anger and jealousies. All famous people have envious admirers. Even the type of professors that was born to hate a Freshman admitted that we were driven more intensely than any preceding class, due to changes m schedule and other matters beyond our control. But we were on the job. Even the conservation of coal did not keep us from work. We were in class when the rooms were so cold that our very " BRAINS WERE FROZEN. " Some of us missed roll call, but after the close of the session — when we get a little time to attend to our personal wants — we ' re going to ask the " Almighty Father " to forgive us for having committed so dreadful a sin. We have ranked first in class spirit, and stuck together through all differences. In protecting ourselves from things unreasonable, we always used " Our-God-Given-Gift- of- Reason. " Dear Professors and Slave Drivers: For services rendered, we thank you. If our greatness made it impossible for your irratibilities to be held in check, we wonder what will happen next year; because we ' ll be still greater and a heluva lot better as Sophomores. Historian. (128) .9! m m m m m a I V 1- n V IK. (129) iBHK Freshman Medical Class Roll Officers Earl R. Campbell President Miss Melson Barfield Vice-President Stonewall J. Phillips Treasurer Morris J. Duffy Secretar ) Walter R. Brewster " Jamhalaya " Representative Members Thomas J. Anderson Alabama Kappa Alpha. A. F. AucoiN Louisiana Miss Melson Barfield Alabama Zeta Tau Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; Vice-President Class; B.S., University of Alabama. Lionel J. Bienvenu Louisiana Beta Theta Pi; Department Basketball Team; Nu Sigma Nu. Walter L. Blum • Louisiana Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Alpha Sigma. Miss Anna Boyer ' . Kansas Walter Rogers Brewster Louisiana Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Chi; " Jambalaya " Representative: Department Basketball Team; B.A.. University of the South. Charles J. Ball Louisiana Dtlta Omicron Alpha. Samuel L. Calhoun Louisiana Phi Beta Pi. Earl R. Campbell Alabama Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi; President Class; Assistant Chemistry Laboratory; Department Basketball Team; A.B., University ot Alabama. James J. Carter ' Mississippi Phi Chi. Jack H. Cassity Texas Beta Theta PI; Phi Chi. G. W. Clarke Arkansas Pi Kappa Alpha; Kappa Chi. Henry O. Coats Army Denzil Coleman Florida Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Alpha Sigma. Henry G. Cox Texas Phi Beta Pi. Archie E. CrUTHIRDS Louisiana Paul Crutsinger Texas Sigma Chi; Kappa Psl. Miss Marie Byrd Dees Mississippi FloRAN W. Dirmann Louisiana Theodore W. DeTar Texas Chi Zeta Chi. Miss Lily L. Dismukes Georgia Miss Ethel Drouin Louisiana Morris J. Duffy Louisiana Delta SigiTia Phi; Kappa Psl; Varsity Basketball Team, ' 16; Captain Department Basketball Team; Secretary Class. Harold Oliver Ernst Louisiana Phi Al pha Sigma. Ralph EsTEVES Arizona Phi Alpha Sigma. p. R. Gilmer Louisiana Kappa Alpha. (130) Freshman Medical Class Roll William B. Grayson Arkansas Sigma Chi; Alplia Kappa Kappa. Louis M. Grossman Louisiana Plii Alpha Sigma. Earl Harris Texas Kappa Psi. Altus B. Harvey Mississippi Chi Zeta Chi; Department Basketball Team. Charles M. Lescale Louisiana Delta Sigma Phi; Kappa Psi, Robert Littell Louisiana Chi Zeta Chi. William K. Lloyd Alabama Sigma Nu; Phi Chi. Judge M. Lyle, Jr Texas Henry E. McNamara Alabama Sigma Chi; Kappa Psi. Henry A. Macheca Louisiana Abelardo Martorell Florida Chi Zeta Chi. Edmond L. MeRILL Louisiana Harold A. Miller South Dakota Harold J. Mixon Florida Chi Zeta Chi. Carroll J. Mouton Louisiana Chi Zeta Chi. E. Earle Mosley Georgia Chi Zeta Chi. John W. Neeley Texas Delta Tau Delta; Kappa Psi. Stonewall J. Phillips Louisiana Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi; Class Treasurer; Department Basketball Team. Ignacio E. Peon Mexico Robert McC. Pool South Carolina Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi. Forrest Puckett Texas Kappa Psi. Isidore Robbins Louisiana John C. Rodick Louisiana Phi Alpha Signra. John T. Sanders Alabama .si{:;nia Chi; Kappa Psi. LeROY H. Scott Louisiana Kappa Alpha. Jolseh Sicomo Louisiana William Stillman Georgia J Wiley T. Simpson . Alabama Sigma Nu ; Kappa Psi. r : Edward B. Toler Missouri • Manuel Vargas South America Richard Wagner Louisiana Charles P. Willis Louisiana ' : Kappa Alpha. John L Young Texas ; Beta Theta Pi; Nu Sigma Nu. Robert J. Young Louisiana Iji Alpha Tau Omega; Kappa Psi; B.S., St. Charles College. m I (131) m m ■ aHHS JAMBAL AYA f fj ' tgHaBgangs ' gmsr ' rnTr? m m m m m a m m m m m m m m m m B H S B s m u m ■ ■■■■■■■■■SSHHiaHBBHEi (132) Pre-Medical Class Roll Officers E. A. Davidson PresiJenl Joseph J. Hanus, Jr Vka-PrcsUenl Members Harold J. Battalora Henry R. Bierhorst F. M. Burke Hull W. Butler Maurice Campagna C. S. Carter Salvador Cerda, Jr. Peter Cocchiara James B. Compton Emile a. Davidson James Gaudet Gregory P. Gentling W. L. Grant Joseph J. Hanus. Jr. Gaston A. Hebert, Jr. Robert Henderson William K. Henderson Odey F. Landry William McG. McBrice Philip Montelepre Dewey J. Olinde Robert Y. Rabb Matthews J . Randazzo Miss Grace Rhodes Irwin W. Rosenthal Mariano Salazar Stanley G. Tinney CM. Warner F. E. Werkheiser James E. Whitaker (133) CHARLES LOUIS CHASSAIGNAC, M.D. DEAN OF THE POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE (134) ■ m m m m m m a ■ n 1 .---J WM. HENRY SEEMAN, M.D. DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND TROPICAL MEDICINE (135) m 1 jM ■nmm - VA IH List of Officers Attending Fifth Session of Intensive Instruction in the Treatment of War Fractures Under the Direction of Major Matas. Capt. Robert D. Gist Amarillo, Texas Fort Rileh. 2020 Canal Street. Galvez 1725-L. Si Capt. Virgil Berry Okmulgee, Oklahoma Fori Riley. 2020 Canal Street. Galvez 1725-L. ' Lieut. Ralph P. Evans Lake Providence, Louisiana Camp Creenleaf, Georgia. i - 2020 Canal Street. Galvez 1725-L. Lieut. Louis F. Fallon Wayne, Pennsylvania " 1 Camp Creenleaf, Georgia. : 2025 General Taylor Street. Uptown 1966. .y );■ ' j Lieut. Charles C. Carr ■ Lexington, Kentucky ' - " [ Camp Creenleaf, Georgia. 2004 St. Charles Avenue. Jackson 18. Lieut. Charles N. Harper Trenton, New Jersey ' 2 Camp Creenleaf, Georgia. n I 3912 Carondelet Street. Uptown 1408-J. ■3 I Lieut. Carl A. Harris Bessemer, Alabama ' ' ■ Camp Creenleaf, Georgia. :;: i 1104 State Street. Uptown 3051. ;! , Lieut. Selmer F. Hauser Covington, Kentucky ' Camp Creenleaf, Georgia. — 2004 St. Charles Avenue. Jackson 18. Lieut. John N. Perry Princeton, Missouri ; ' Camp Creenleaf, Georgia. f; 1912 St. Charles Avenue. Jackson 806. ' Lieut. Bernard J. Bolka Michigan City, Maryland Fori Rilep. I 1912 St. Charles Avenue. Jackson 806. -J ! Lieut. T. F. Butzow Chicago, Illinois ,. I I Fort Rile]). 1912 St. Charles Avenue. Jackson 806. Lieut. George L. Marshall Bourbon, Indiana Camp Travis. 2029 Canal Street. gj Lieut. Paul G. Gamble Greenville, Mississippi 2020 Canal Street. Galvez 1725-L B Lieut. Samuel T. Parker Lexington, Tennessee 1916 Canal Street. Galvez 1872-L. (136) ' ' a ■ H H . M 1 - 1 -, •-,} 2_: (137) ifiNMMMHBIHBMHMHMI m W3 ii •a WALLACE WOOD, JR., D.D.S. DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY (138) History of Senior Dental Class HERE are many influences which determine a young man ' s choice of a Hfe profession. This choice is made after an exhaustive analysis of all the factors which necessarily enter into the making of this decision — a decision which marks an epoch in the life of every professional man. During the months, and perhaps years, preceding Sep- tember, 1915, there were twenty-seven young men whose tastes, hopes and aspirations led them to the choice of dentistry as their life profession. So, in September, 1915, in pursuance of that choice, these men, coming from different States, as well as two foreign countries, assembled at New Orleans and matriculated in the Dental Department of Tulane Uni- versity. Under the stress of hard study and exacting technical work, our lines have at times been bent, and we have occasionally s uffered a loss, but at no time have our lines been permanently broken. On the contrary, we have constantly pushed forward, receiving two splendid recruits in our Senior year, until we have finally achieved the initial success of our professional study — namely, the properly treated, engraved and signed " sheepskin. " We, as a class, do not pose as the reservoir of all knowledge pertaining to the profession of dentistry, but we believe that among our ranks are men who will reflect credit upon our v orthy professors — man who will be an honor to our beloved Alma Mater, and men who will be an honor to the profession. We take pride in noting the fact that a large majority of our class have already offered their services to our Government, and are now members of the Enlisted Medical Reserve Corps, and hope soon to be in active service of our country to help maintain and increase the efficiency of our fighting forces by giving scientific dental treatment. Historian. (139) — i " JAMBALAYA Class of 1918 IL James W. AnreWS Louisiana P31 Omega. Thomas G. Biggs Louisiana Psi Omega; Clais President (1); Vice-President Student Body (2). Joseph F. BeRTUCCI Louisiana Joseph T. De Bella New Jersey pr I " " . - 5 •_— ' tt:: Class of 1918 HiAM GiTTLEMAN Cairo, Egypt M. F. Jarrell Louisiana Psi Omega. Henry L. MagEE ' • . • Mississippi Psi Omega; Class Vice-President (1); President (2, 3). Robert S. McKeithen Louisiana Psi Omega. e -H, JAMBALAYA u I 1 Class of 1918 M. S. Mayer Class Secretary-Treasurer (2); Vice-President (3). Louisiana H. H. Meyer Louisiana Abelardo Rodriguez . . . . . . . Havana, Cuba Fernando Rodriguez Havana, Cuba J A M B A L AY A L n Class of 1918 H. L. Robinson Louisiana Psl Omega. J. B. Robinson Louisiana Psi Omega; Vice-President Sludent Body (2); President (3). Aldes Rozas Louisiana Psi Omega. Wilbur D. Trellue Louisiana Psi Omega; Class Secielary-Treasurer (3). AMBALAYA S ' - " " :=% == 3j " }t ifP = ' ■ii u: U, v- j i Class of 1918 George A. Warner Havana, Cuba r iii Junior Dental Class Roll A. L. Aiken Clyde Bailey Ps, Omega: Class Secretary- Treasurer (2). J. H. Barnes Delta Sigma Phi: Psl Omega: Class President (2). A. J. Bartlett Sigma Nu. T. A. Beauchamp J. W. Blount R. A. Brownfield Psi Omega. J . R . Cassasola Otto L. Colee Delta Sigma Phi; Psi Omega; Varsity Football Team (1, 2): Varsity Track Team (1). E. W. Day G. V. DUBUISSON A. J. Fillastre Psi Omega; Class Secretary- Treasurer (1). John A. Foster Delta Sigma Phi; Psi Omega; Varsity Football Team (1, 2). S. F. HiNTON Mrs. Alma M. Joly F. Marguez A. A. Meredity Psi Omega: Class Vice-Presi- dent (2). Forres E. Oakes Delta Sigma Track Team. G. L. Rye J. A. Wadlin Psi Omega. Varsity (146) (147) 9 I (■■■■■■■■t Freshman Dental Class Roll Officers W. J. Gill President T. R. Gayle Vice-President H. Gentling Secrelars-Treasurer W. L. FoLSE Reporter Members A . Aaron S. W. Barkemeyer O. B. Clark J . Drayton W. L. FoLsE T. R. Gayle L. E. McKlNNEY H. Gentling Sigma Nu; Varsity Football Team: Varsity Basketball Team. W. J. Gill Kappa Alpha. A. L. LeBourceois Sisma Nu. J. H. McKlNNEY (148) (149) Senior Pharmacy Class History E belong to the " get through quick " crowd, because our course is a two-years one. As Juniors we started out eight strong, but now four remain, and are half and half as regards dresses and trousers. Louisiana and Texas are the States represented, and this representation is also half and half, as one boy and one girl come from Texas and the others from Louisiana. But our professors have a habit of saying seventy-five per cent of the class is present when only the two girls show up. Our friends. Mack, or, better known to some as " My Coon, " is a fellow that has a way all his own, for he comes and goes when he feels like it. When with us he makes us feel his presence, for it is " I " on every crook and turn; he walks around with much the same air as a peacock; however, he would put to shame the peacock if he ever got a glimpse of him. Notwithstanding this fact, Mack is a dandy good sport, for he takes his girl riding in her dad ' s machine. Now, Brother Jackson — who has various and sundry other names, but this one seems to stick best — is our Lone Star girl. She has temper for the entire class, and is made up of moods. She says and does what she thinks, and the class sometimes wonders what to expect, and just where she will " break out " next. Her redeeming characteristic is that of looking out for the entire class. She is just like a hen with an only chick, for, even though she " chews the rag " with her own chick, she does not tolerate any abuse of it on the part of others. " Old Reliable " Woodford is another Lone Star specimen. He is always seen, but seldom heard. Brother Jackson did manage to create a little " get back " in him when she said a rubber stopper was but a stopper, but a cork was not a stopper. " Old Relia- ble " does not wear a smile, but he always looks so pleasant that it almost makes him good-looking. He is a perfect mimic, for he conducts our weekly quiz in such a manner that we could shut our eyes and imagine it was Dr. Bethea. Last, but not least, is our Cousin-cousin (Marie). Oh, yes, she is least in size, but otherwise she is the biggest member of the class. Tenacity! Well, yes — she has the bulldog sort, for, once starting a thing, she never lets go until it has been accomplished to the satisfaction of all. Now, we all ought to have known (but we did not), that an ounce is the name in imperial or U. S. wine measure, but even now Cousin-cousin is told to make up two ounces (imperial measure) of some solution she has to think it o ver for a while, for " imperial " strikes as something foreign. Historian. (150) J A M B A LAY A t5K?y r|iSS ' " 55 3 ' 3 ™S ' 5 ' ' " S ' rTr; ' ' - n_ Class of 1918 Lawrence W. McCune Louisian Class Presidenl (I. 2). Marie G. McComiskey Louisiana Class Secretary (I, 2). Reita C. Jackson Texas Class Trea:u;ei (!, 2). George D. Woodford Texas Class Vice-Piesidenl (1, 2). {■•(■■■■■■Mill 91 li m m m a? n mi In the Spring the young man ' s fancy Lightly turns to thoughts of Huns, While he wades from Ypres to Nancy, Heedless of the shotted guns ; Dropping thoughts of Love and Maytime, Dropping dreams of Cupid ' s spell — Thinking only night and daytime How-to give the Kaiser H L. —R. C. W. B. 1 9 m m a m ai a a SI Lil a (152) J m " i m m r;i s,l te,1 HI a! : ri ' :i ?9 W W SP W W « M « Bl H a 81 ■■■««■■»■»■«■ ■ ■■ ■■■■■■ ® FRAfiMllfl Fraternities at Tulane University ACADEMIC Kappa Alpha Kappa Sigma Phi Kappa Sigma Sigma Chi Phi Delta Theta Pi Kappa Alpha Alpha Tau Omega Sigma Alpha Epsilon Beta Theta Pi Sigma Nu Delta Kappa Epsilon Zeta Beta Tau Delta Tau Delta Delta Sigma Phi PROFESSIONAL Delta Omicron Alpha Kappa Psi Alpha Kappa Kappa Nu Sigma Nu Phi Chi Phi Delta Phi Chi Zeta Chi Psi Omega Phi Beta Pi Phi Alpha Sigma HONORARY Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Omega Alpha Stars and Bars Kappa Delta Phi Newcomb College ACADEMIC Pi Beta Phi Phi Mu Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Delta Pi Chi Omega Alpha Epsilon Phi Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Alpha Theta HONORARY Phi Beta Kappa Cap and Gown ( ' 55) First Rom — Watson, Vairin, Flower, J. Ellis, Saunders. Second Row — Kent, Cage, Lombard, Stouse, M. Ellis, Fenner. Third Rom — Landon, Parker, K. Caffery, Sharp, B. Caffery, Seymour. Fourth Rom — Zenor, DeBuys, Black, Chase, McConnell, Settoon. Fifth Rom — Sessums, McKenzie, Kearney, Gillespie, Thompson. (K56)i m m m s a ■ a w Pi Beta Phi nded 1867 Louisiana Alpha Chapter of Pi Beta Phi Established 1891 In Faculty Mary Butler Fannie Eshelman Craig Active Members Katherine Caffery " 18 Margerite Ellis ' 18 Alice Landon ' 18 LuciLE Lombard 18 Virginia Parker . . Margaret Sharp " 18 Charlotte Sessums ' 18 Dorothy Thompson ' 18 Natalie Settoon ' 18 " 18 Missouri Chase ' " Hellen Mackensie ' Cay Saunders Ida Lisle Black ' 19 ' 19 Julia Ellis ' ' Elizabeth Fennei Laura Kearney Bethia Caffery Martha Vairin Helen Watson Rosa Cage •20 20 20 ' 20 ■20 ■20 Isabel Seymour ' 20 Sallie Gillespie ' 20 Mabel Stouse ' 20 Esther Kent ' 20 Edith Bayle . . . Elise DeBuys ' 20 Stella Zenor ' 20 Hope Flower ' 20 Margaret McConnell ' 20 -20 (157) First Roa — Perkins, Kastler, Grevemberc. Second Ror» — Renaud, Fell, C. Chalaron. Third Rom — Pigott, Morgan, M. Chalaron. Fourth Row — Roane, McLellan, Jett, Withers. (158) [« j Hi ■ ?: ! Si I s Alpha Omicron Pi 1 Founded 1897 IT I Pi Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi Established 1898 In Faculty Sue Katherine Gillean Dacmar Renshaw Le Breton Active Members ■ H ■ Madca Chalaron ' 18 Helen Gravemberg ... ' 19 i Anna McLeli.an ' 19 " Evelyn Picott ' 19 ■ Corinne Chalaron " 20 Marjorie Feli ' 20 Ellen Jett ' 20 Ruth Kastler ' 20 Fay Morgan ' 20 Ophelia Perk ns ' 20 Mary Renaud ' 20 Jessie Roane ' 20 Louise Withers ' 20 (159) - I n. I I 3 ' a Firsl Roll! — CoTHRAN, WocAN, Walmsley, Alker. Second Roa — Parkhouse, McLean, North, D. Sexton, Rock. Third Roa — Wallace, Ayres, F. Sexton, Ross, Learned. Fourth Row — Rucan, Parsons, Smith, Belden. (160) Chi Omega Founded April 5, 1895 at University of Arkansas. Colors: Cardinal and Straw Publication: " The Eleusis " Floiiter: While Carnation Rho Chapter of Chi Omega Established 1900 In Faculty Lyda Belden AcTi E Members LuciNDA Walmsley Anna Parsons . Yvonne Ross Gethyn Rugan Cecile Wogan . Katherine Ayres . Helen McLean . Francis Sexton . Lucie Wallace . Adalaide Cothran Marion North . Marion Rock Elizabeth Learned Edith Parkhouse . Adele Belden Dana Sexton Daisy Belle Smith . Virginia Alker . 70 •20 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 Roll of University of Arkansas Transylvania University Randolph-Macon Woman ' s College Tulane University. Newcomb College University of Tennessee University of Illinois Northwestern University University of California University of Kansas University of Nebraska University of Texas West Virginia University University of Michigan University of Colorado Dickinson College Florida Woman ' s College Southern Methodist University Chapters Colby College University of Washington University of Oregon Jackson College George Washington University Syracuse University Ohio University Miami University University of Wisconsin University of Missouri University of Cincinnati Coe College University of Utah Leland Stanford. Jr., University New Hampshire College Kentucky State University Kansas State Agricultural College (161) V, } S I Firsl Rov) — Parkerson. O ' Kelley, Guthrie, Rocquet. Second RoK — M. Seago, Hester, Graner, D. Seaco. Third Row — McLeod, Roussel, Duval. Dameron (Pledge) Fourth Ron) LUZENBERC, CUMMINGS, LyMAN. (162) m m u a Kappa Kappa Gamma Founded 1870 Beta Omicron Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma Established 1904 In f ACULTY Mary Cass Spen ' CER Adeline E. Spencer a m AcTi ' E Members Harrison Hester ' 18 Leonora Duval ' 19 (jj Agnes Guthrie ' 9 Margaret McLeod " 19 Lucille O ' Kelley " 19 Alice Parkepson ' 19 Marguerite Roussel ' 19 j 7 Mary Seago ' 19 j Amy Cummings ' 20 gi Dorothy Graner ' 20 KaTHERINE LulENBERG ' 20 Isabel Lyman ' 20 Marietta Rocquet . . ' 20 Dorothy Seago ' 20 (163) 10 First Rom — Douglas, Van Horn, Johnson, Wilson. Second RoTii — CuRRAN, Wheelis, McFettridce, Covington. ThirJ RoTD — Reynolds, Sharp, Randolph, Perkins. Fourth Roiv — Baccich, Nairne, Cook, Bostick, Naff. (164) Phi Mu Founded 1852 Delta Chapter of Phi Mu Established 1906 In Faculty Elizabeth McFetridge Active Members Eunice Baccich 18 Marion Covington ' 8 Mahtilde Nairne 18 Myrtis Wheelis 18 Ruth Bostick 19 Mildred Curran 19 Kathrine McFetridge ' 19 Merrimac Naff ' 19 Kathleen Cook ' 20 Dorothy Douglas ' 20 Lucile Johnson ' 20 Georcie Perkins ' 20 Nan Randolph ' 20 LuDA Reynolds ' 20 Stephanie Sharp ' 20 May Van Horn ... ' 20 Genevive Wilson ' 20 (165) IBBI u-n m B m m m u {!■ m H M E n r: I ff! ' fiVsf Rom — Wallace, Stflwell, White. Second Row — Howell, Langham, Beattie. Third Row — Bancroft, Thrall, Abalianza. Fourth Row — Sanders, Campbell. Richard. S E n m (166) Alpha Delta Pi Founded May 15, 1851 Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Deha Pi Founded 1906 Faculty Members Mrs. Gertrude R. Smith Active Members Claire Bancroft Emily Langham . Harriett Howell Margaret Beattie Betty Wall . . Ellene White CONSUELO AbAUNZA Bert Elise Richard Winnie Sanders Matilda Stillwell Berenice Thrall . . OcTAViE Wallace •20 70 70 70 70 70 Roll OF Chapters Wesleyan Female College Macon, Ga. University of Texas Austin, Texas Newcomb College, Tulane University New Orleans, La. Southwestern University Georgetown, Texas Lawrence College Appleton, Wis. State College for Women Tallahassee, Fla. Judson College Marion, Ala. Brenau College Conservatory Gainesville, Ga. Randolph-Macon Woman ' s Colleg .... College Park, Va. Trinity College Durham, N. C. Iowa State College Ames, Iowa Boston University Boston, Mass. University of Illinoii Champaign, III. University of Kansas Lawrence, Kansas Washington State College . Pullman, Wash. Hanover College Hanover, Ind. Wittenberg College Springfield, Ohio University of California Berkeley, Cal. 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 (167) Uni ' ;ity of m m s u n B M ■ First Row ASCHAFFENBERC, ScHERCK, LoB, DrEYFOUS. Second Row — Katz. Y. Dreyfus, Kessler, Cohn, B. Driyfus. Third Roa — Berkenroad, Heller, Kling, Levi, Sugarman. Fourlh Row — Odenheimer, Mayer, Schooler, Brown, Newburger. (168) " ■■■aHHHHBHHMBBHBSaHHHHHHnpi [K lia IS rjf !.-. 3 ■7. Alpha Epsilon Phi Founded at Barnard College Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Phi Established 1916 Active Members coralie aschaffenberg Gladys Brown Edna Burkenroad Fannye Cohn Caroline Dryfous Berenice Dreyfus Yvonne Dreyfus Ruth Heller Adaline Katz Lillian Kessler Mauriel Klinc Ethel Lob Irma Levi j V ' Tess Mayer Minna Newburger _j j Marion Odenheimer M I Vera Scherck. ™ H f ' " Irma Scooler _ Sallie Sugarman g ■ I m Id (169) ■ ■■■B ■ ■ ■ ■ H LAYA ■ ■ ■ H n R ■ ■ First Row — RocQUET, O ' Shee, Dietze, Delchamps. Second Row — Brown, Waldo, Magruder, Bate. Third Row — Unruh, Warriner, Hay, Gardiner. Fourth Row — ScHULER, Lenoir, Wharton. (170) Kappa Alpha Theta Founded in 1870 Alpha Phi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta EsLiblished May 16, 1914 Active Miriam Delchamps Members ' 18 corinne m. rocquet Eunice Bate . -18 " 19 Amy Dietze . . . Evangeline Macruder . ' 19 . ' 19 . . . ' 19 . . . ' 19 Ivy W aldo . . . ' 19 Mary C ' arriner . . . ' 19 Hft FM t HARTON . . . ' 19 . 70 . 70 . 70 . 70 Marion Brown . . . 70 (171) A History of Fraternities at Tulane University HE first academic fraternity to be established at Tulane University was the Kappa Alpha Fraternity, which entered Tulane in 1882. Since that time thirteen other fraternities have established chapters at Tulane, the last being the Delta Sigma Phi, which was established here in 1916. Among the medical fraternities, their establishment has been compara- tively recent. The first to be established was the Alpha Kappa Kappa, in 1903, and since that time seven others have established chapters, the last being the Phi Alpha Sigma, which was established in 1917. The Psi Omega Fratenity, the great national dental organization, came in about 1910, and the Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity was established in 1 9 I I . Newcomb College boasts of eight sororities, the first of which. Pi Beta Phi, was established in 1 89 1 , the last being the Alpha Epsilon Phi, which was established in 1916. Newcomb has also two honorary fraternities. The well-known Phi Beta Kappa, and the Cap and Gown, the latter a Senior organization. Phi Beta Kappa also flourishes at Tulane, while the Kappa Delta Phi annually elects to its membership ten men who by their Junior and Senior years have shown their college spirit. The Medical School honors its scholarship leaders with the Stars and Bars and the Alpha Omega Alpha, the latter being a national fraternity, and as well known in medical circles as the Phi Beta Kappa is known in academic circles. Fraternities at both Tulane and Newcomb have always played a great part in the social and political life of the University. The writer of this article, having had the opportunity to observe fraternities in other universities, has no hesitancy in saying that, on the whole, the fraternity man at Tulane is far above the average of the fraternity man in other Southern universities, and that the fraternities at Tulane have less of the snobbishness usually attended with the wearing of that small emblem on the waistcoat than at any other Southern university. Nor, we may add, have the sororities in any college or university in the United States either the beauty or the brains to compare with the members of the Newcomb sororities. In conclusion, one word. Boys, let ' s get together and make our fraternities better by organizing a Pan-Hellenic. R. C. W. B. (172) m m ■ ■ (173) Firsl Row: Anderson, Hawthorne, Thompson, Van Studdiford Second Rorv : Williams, Hollins, Willis, Kirkpatrick, McClendon Third Row: Sparling, Gill, Thorpe, Gilmer Fourth Row: Ross, Jones, R. W. Blackmar, F. B. Blackmar, Vennard Fifth Row: McLeod, Lucas, Stough, Wright (174) ■ ■I :r ••19 I • ■ ' - ' ' - ' Kappa Alpha Founded 1865 PsI Chapter of Kappa Alpha Established 1882 In Faculty Chandler C. Luzenberg, A.B., LL.B. Clarence P. May, M.D. Robert Sharp, A.M., Ph.D. Charles E. von Geldern, A.B., M.D. Charles P. Fenner, A. B.. LL.B. L.A. Scarbrough Active Members academic E. C. HOLLINS V. H. McClendon E E. Sparling TECHNOLOGY W. V. Vennard K. McLeod S MEDICAL n T. J. Anderson E. Jones O R. Thompson F. B. Blackmar C. H. KiRKPATRICK E. D. Thorpe R. W. Blackmar R. T. Lucas M. T. Van Studdiford S. F. Elder T. E. Ross R. W. Wright P. R. Gilmer L. H. Scott H. J. Williams J- Hawthorne D. B. Stouch DENTAL C. P. Willis H. L. Bowman E. J. Eastin G. W DUBUISSON W. J Gill PLEDGES R Healey T. Conway E. Powell F. Ogden C. H Farriday Bishop H. Shelby (175) E K BBHHBBBBIHBHB. Psi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Roll of Chapters Washington and Lee University University of Georgia Emory College Randolph-Macon College Richmond College University of Kentucky Mercer University University of Virginia Alabama Polytechnic Institute University of Texas « Southwestern University University of Tennessee Davidson College University of North Carohna Vanderbilt University Tulane University Central University of Kentucky University of the South University of Alabama Louisiana Stale University William Jewell College William and Mary College Maryland Westminster College Transylvania University University of Missouri Milhaps College George Washington University University of California University of Arkansas Leland Stanford, Jr., University West Virginia University Georgia School of Technology Hampden-Sidney College Trinity College North Carolina A. and M. CoUegt Missouri School of Mines Bethany College College of Charleston Georgetown College Delaware College University of Florida University of Oklahoma Washington University Drury College Agricultural College (176) (177) JAMBALAYAw tfii • • I 9 I © . . m m a u m a M e s. m e s 6 m m n ». i u i S : m 1 m 1— ■ ■ ■ ■r s a ■ a m ■ ■ ■ I s ! n Firs! Row: Perkins, Barr, Renshaw Second Row: MoNROE, Parham, McNamara Third Row: Trufant, Peterman, Sanders Fourth Row: Carroll, Warner, Crutzsinger (178) E f S m m m m m m m n m ■m- m a B R m H m m u m m m m B n ■■■■■■hbihb •J ■ ■ ES Vi m 8 m n m a a ■ Mgrna Chi Founded in 1855 Alpha Omicron Chapter of Sigma Chi In Faculty Dr. S, L. Logan Dr. E. D. Fenner Dr. V. C. Smith Dr. p. a. McIlhenny Dr. E. p. a. Ficklen, U. S. A. Dr. Cook Dr. L. B. Crawford Jo. ;e?h W. Carmll Active Members academic William Renshaw James Monroe Walter Carrol TECHNOLOGY Coleman Le- oy Barr Law Robert L. Perkins Samuel A. Trufant fa 1 " :; MEDICAL Stanley Peterman Clile Warner Duncan Parham Paul Crutzsinger John Sanders Erskine McNamara S ra (179) Alpha Omicron Chapter of Sigma Chi Roll of Chapters Pennsylvania College Buckncll University Dickson College Lafayette College Lehigh University Pennsylvania Stale College University of Pittsburg George Washington University Washington and Lee Univ. University of Virginia Trinity College North Carolina Univ. Miami University Denison University Central University of Kentucky State University of Kentucky University of Texas Northwestern University Beloit College Illinois Wesleyan Univ. University of Wisconsin University of Minnesota University of North Dakota University of Illinois University of Chicago University of Nebraska State Univ. of Iowa University of Kansas University of Missouri Washington University Colorado College Massachusetts. Inst, of Technology Albion College Univ. of Wooster Ohio Wesleyan Univ. Ohio State University University of Cincinnati Western Reserve Univ. University of Michigan West Virginia University Indiana University DePauw University Butler College Hanover College Purdue University Wabash College Case School of Applied Science Tulane University Hobart College Vanderbilt University University of Georgia University of California Univ. of Sou. California University of Montana Leland Stanford, Jr., Univ. University of Washington Cornell University University of Oklahoma University of Arkansas University of Pennsylvania Columbia University University of Maine Syracuse University Dartmouth College University of Mississippi (180) s i S3 ■ IS hirst Row) Carter, Rainold, Griswold Second Row: Woodruff, LeBeuf, Walshe Third Row: Lathrop, McCutchon, Rives, Clapp Fourth Row: Nourse, Stewart, Young (182) Alpha Tau Omega Founded in 1865 Beta Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega Established in 1887 In Faculty William Alexander Bell, LL.B. Allan Chotafd Eustis, M.D. Nathaniel Cortland Curtis, Ph.B., 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. Active Members arts and sciences Daniel W. Stewart, Jr ' 18 Nelville L. Le Belt ' 18 TECHNOLOGY George C. Walshe ' 18 Wynne R. Nourse ' 20 Randolph L. Griswold ' 19 John H. Carter ' 21 Frank E. Rainold ' 21 MEDICAL James Rives ' 18 Gerald G. Woodruff ' 20 James DeWitt Burkhead " 20 Rodgers Brewster " 21 Robert J. Young ' 21 BUSINESS E. Davis McCutchon ' 18 Frederick Clapp ' 21 (183) W ' lAYA -«» ■ .JMrf B mmm Beta Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega Roll of Chapters Georgia School of Technology Worcester Polytechnic Institute Washington and Lee University University of Florida University of Georgia University of Illinois University of Chicago University of Kansas Emory College Trinity College Mercer University Muhlenburg College Purdue University Lehigh University University of Wisconsin Washington and Jefferson Adrian College Pennsylvania College Hillsdale College University of Pennsylvania University of Michigan Pennsylvania State College Albion College University of North Carolina University of Colorado University of Virginia Simpson College Washington Stale College College of Charleston University of Minnesota University of Washington Wittenburg Colleg University of Nebraska Alabama Polytechnic Institute Ohio State University University of Wyoming University of Alabama Kentucky Stale University University of Maine Union University Colby College Southwestern Presbyterian Univ. Mass. Inst, of Technology Vanderbilt University Brown University University of the South University of Vermont University of Tennessee Si. Lawrence Univ. University of California Cornell University Southern University Tufts College Tulane University Iowa Slate University University of Missouri Mount Union College University of Oregon University of Texas Western Reserve University Ohio Wesleyan University Leland Stanford University ' d (184) jfirAv r-r_ Ml d 31 (185) m ■■■fel: o EJ " 1 ' : IS I m E ( a H a n El s Firs! RoB); P. LeBourgeois, Simpson, Talbot, Weston Second Row: LoYD, Whitesice, G. Gentling Third Row: H. Gentling, A. LeBourgeois, Martinez, Bartlett (186) ■ ■■BM I m w Sigma Nu Founded 1867 Beta Phi Chapter of Sigma Nu , Hi Established 1838 ' " In Faculty Dr. Isadore Dyer Dr. S. F. Breaux Dr. Dandruff West Mr. C. E. Dunbar, Jr. Dr. Henry S. Cocram Dr. William D. Philips - HI ■ Active Members academic Kenneth Bailey TECHNOLOGY J. R Weston Law E. E. Talbot MEDICAL L. Gentling P. A. LeBourgeois W. K. LOYD B. B. Martinez W. T. Simpson M. S. Whiteside DENTAL Harold Gentling J. C. Bartlett A. L. LeBourgeois (187) a n m J a Active Chapters of Sigma Nu University of Virginia Washington and Lee University University of North Carolina North CaroHna College Delaware College Vanderbill University Howard College North Ga. Agricultural College Mercer University Emory College Stetson University Bethany College Mt. Union College Lombard University Western Reserve University Albion College University of Illinois University of Iowa Iowa Stale College University of Nebraska University of Kansas University of Missouri William Jewell College Missouri School of Mines Washington University Univ. of Oklahoma Univ. of Texas Tulane University Kansas State Agricultural College Auburn Polytechnic Institute University of Virginia University of Kentucky University of Georgia University of Alabama Ohio Slate University University of Chicago Northwestern University University of Wisconsin University of Michigan University of Minnesota Georgia School of Technology Case School Brown University La. State University University of Arkansas Colorado School of Mines University of Colorado University of Nevada University of Washington University of Oregon University of Montana University of Maine Washington Stale College Leland Stanford University f Applied Science Lehigh University Lafayette College Cornell University Syracuse University Pennsylvania Slate College DePau v ' University Purdue University University of Indiana Rose Polytechnic Institute University of Vermont Stevens Inst, of Technology Dartmouth College University of California University of Pennsylvania Columbia College (188) J 2 (189) ■ I SI ■ H m m a m m m m u a m m m m m m m m m m m a m. m m m m m u i ■ m m m m m m m m m m m JAMBALAYA I 9 I . ■■■ H a FlVsf Row SCHEUREMANN, WiCHT, MiLLER. Second Row — QuiNN, T. Neely, Koebs. ThirJ Row — Grima, Flower, Smith, Credelle. Fourth Row — Rennie, J. Neely, Lowe. (190). IS m m : s a ■IBBHeH: ■■■■■■■■■■■IgfJAMBALA m I • • I o I e p. , u ■ m Delta Tau Delta Founded in 1859 Beta Xi Chapter of Delta Tau Delta I a Established in 1889 | S In Faculty - Pierce Butler J- Hughes Rapp Dr. Walter Lanaux Dr. J. P. O ' Kelley Dr. Chaille Jamison Dr. R. E. Sherwood Active Members ' 5 arts and sciences Joseph L. Scheuermann, ' 20 Clarence C. Flower, ' 21 John A. Wight, ' 20 E. F. Walters, 71 TECHNOLOGY J. B. Richardson, ' 21 Johnson Richardson, ' 21 LAW Philip Miller, ' 18 MEDICAL Barney Credelle, ' 18 Paul T. Neely, ' 19 T. Ludford Rennie. ' 19 J. O. Lowe, ' 19 J. Everett Bussey. ' 19 B. F. Smith, ' 19 Harold J. Quinn, ' 20 John W. Neely, ' 21 A. A. HoBBS. ' 19 COLLEGE OF COMMERCE Victor Grima (191) . !« n H : . Beta Xi Chapter of Delta Tau Delta Roll of Chapters Universily of Pittsburg Washington and Jefferson College Vanderbilt University University of Georgia Emory College University of the South University of Virginia Tuiane University George Washington University University of Texas University of Iowa University of Wisconsin Universily of Minnesota Universily of Colorado Northwestern University Stanford University University of Illinois Universily of Nebraska Universily of California University of Chicago Armour Inst, of Technology Baker University University of Missouri University of Washington Iowa Slate College University of Oregon University of Kansas Ohio University Univ. of Michigan Pennsylvania State College Albion College Hillsdale College Western Reserve Univ. Ohio Wesleyan University Kenyon College Indiana University DePauw Universily University of Indianapolis Ohio State University Wabash College West Virginia Universily Purdue Universily Universily of Cincinnati Allegheny Col lege Lafayette College Stevens Inst, of Technology Rensselaer Inst, of Technology Universily of Pennsylvania Lehigh University Tufts College Syracuse Universily Mass. Inst, of Technology Cornell Universily Brown University Dartmouth College Columbia Universily Wesleyan Universily Washington and Lee University University of Maine (192) 1 E 1 T-? (193) •i ' lyi ijii- First Roll): Pitkin, Voorhies. Greaves, Ujffy Second Rom : Ogden, Dillman, D. McBride, Copp, Martin Third Row: Faust, Murry, W. McBride, Douglas, Graham Fourth Rom: Griffith, Wakeman, Godat, Livaudais, Phillips (194) Kappa Sigma Founded 1867 at University of V ginia Sigma Chapter of Kappa Sigma Eslabllshed 1895 In Faculty William Prentiss Brown Melvin Johnson White Samlzl M. D. Ci rk Chas. a. Wallbillich George J. Crozart. D.D.S. John Smyth, Jr. Ralph Hopkins Pierce L. Tkibaut Ephriam D. Freidricks Generes Dufour J. Favre Baldwin, M.D. Ed. King, M.D. Randolph Griffith Active Members arts and sciences Joseph Wakeman D.AViD Graham David Godat Leo Ujffv TECHNOLOGY Marcel Livaudais P. Gr.E.WES MEDICAL Harry Murray Allan Copp Jack Phillips Edmund Faust Douglas McBride .Albert Pitkin HiLLAi. E Ogden J. A. DiLLMAN Milton V ' oehries WiLUAM McBride William Brooksher (195) Sigma Chapter of Kappa Sigma Roll of Chapters University of Maine Bowdoin College New Hampshire State College Dartmouth College University of Vermont Brown University Massachusetts State College Harvard University Massachusetts Inst, of Technology Swathmore College Cornell University University of Pennsylvania Lehigh University Syracuse University University of Maryland George Washington University Washington and Jefferson College Pennsylvania State College Bucknell University Dickson College • University of Virginia Washington and Lee University William and Mary College Randolph-Macon College Richmond College Hampden-Sydney College Davidson College University of North Carolina Trinity College North Carolina A. M. University of Alabama Georgia School of Technology Mercer University University of Georgia Alabama Polytechnic Institute Tulane University Louisiana State University Millsaps College Cumberland University University of Tennessee Vanderbih University Swathmore College University of South University of Kentucky University of Michigan Case School of Applied Science Ohio State University Denison College Purdue University Wabash University University of Wisconsin University of Illinois Lake Forest University University of Indiana University of Chicago University of Nebraska University of Iowa University of Minnesota Iowa State College William Jewell College Washington University Missouri School of Mines University of Missouri Baker University Washburn College University of Arkansas University of Oklahoma Southwestern University University of Texas University of Denver Colorado College Colorado School of Mines Leland Stanford, Jr., University University of California University of Washington University of Idaho University of Oregon Washington State College Boston Institute of Technology Oregon A. C. Universit y of Arizona (1%) (197) ■ B a ■ ■ ■■■■■■■■■■■■I ()ffT Am ' I ■■■■ ■ m ■ if: n m « 8 X « e s M I SI SI First Row: Pope, Stiles, Gessner, Smith Szcond Row: Barber, O ' Leary, Baccich, Sherrouse Third Row: McLouGHLiN , J. Pope, Christoffer Fourth Rom: Ehlincer, Cato, Millender, Unsworth (198) D !!■■■»■■ ' I Phi Delta Theta Founded at Miami University, December 26, 1848 Louisiana Alpha Chapter of Phi Deha Theta Chartered in 1889 Chapter House, 2614 State Street Hamilton Polk Jones James Birney Guthrie In Faculty Charles Warren Duval HiLLiARD E. Miller Active Members academic Leonard Edward Gessner. 70 J. Frank McLoghlin, ' 21 John Smith, ' 19 Law George Michael Baccich, ' 20 Marion Sims Souchon Hermann Bertramm Gessner Cornelius Wm. O ' Learv. ' 19 J. W. Sherrouse, ' 21 I B John Hunter Pope, " 18 Rangier Burt Ehlinger, ' 19 Charles W. Millender. ' 19 MEDICAL Irvin Pope. Jr., ' 19 Calvin C. Purdue, ' 19 Frank Lee Cato, ' 20 Oscar T. Christoffer, ■20 Hooper Stiles, ' 20 Herbert R. Unsworth, ' 20 Lawrence C. Barber, ' 21 ¥5 (199) Louisiana Alpha Chapter of Phi Deha Theta Roll of Chapters Lombard College University of Colorado Colorado College University of Georgia Emory College Mercer University Georgia School of Technology University of Idaho Northwestern University University of Chicago Knox College University of Alabama Alabama Polytechnic Inst. Indiana University Wabash College • Butler University Franklin College Hanover College DePauw University Purdue University Iowa Wesleyan Col. Univ. of Iowa University of California Leiand Stanford, Jr., University Univ. of Illinois Westminster College Washington University University of Nebraska Dartmouth College Cornell University Union College Columbia University Syracuse University University of North Carolina University of North Dakota Miami University University of Pennsylvania Ohio Wesleyan University Ohio University Ohio State University Case School of Applied Science University of Cincinnati Denison University University of Toronto University of Oregon Lafayette College Pennsylvania College Allegheny College Washington and Jefferson College Iowa State College Dickinson College University of Kansas Washburn College Central Univ. of Kentucky Kentucky State University Tulane University Colby College Williams College Amherst College University of Michigan University of Minnesota University of Missouri Whitman College University of Wisconsin Randolph-Macon College University of Washington Washington and Lee University Lehigh University Pa. State College McGill University Brown University Univ. of South Dakota Vanderbilt University University of the South Southwestern University University of Utah University of Vermont University of Virginia (200) (201) WJP m m H H m m m a m m m ' 19 ' m ss m I m I ig ! 13 i Firsl Row: Cameron, Gilder, Brunot, Kemp, Dykers Second Row : WiEGAND, Vallon, Legendre, Barnes, V. Romain Third Row: Wilson. Frere, Colcock, Kelly, Morse Fourth Row: Krause, C. Romain, Watkins, Rainold, Parkhouse (202) i ii a m ' i tii Sigma Alpha Epsilon rounded March 9, 1856. at the University of Alabama Tau Upsilon Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Established in 1897 Faculty Members Georgl K. Pratt, Jr., M.D. Christian G. Cole. M.D. James A. Lyons Donald Derickson Active Members arts and sciences Robert Weigand, ' 19 H. Moss Watkins, 70 Coleman Romain, ' 20 Alan B. Cameran, ' 21 Armant Legendre, ' 20 G. Frank Kelly. ' 21 Rudolph Krause, ' 20 Ferguson Colcock. ' 21 VicTCR Romain. ' 21 TECHNOLOGY Raoul James Vallon. ' 18 ' Walter J. Barnes, ' 19 Edward D. Parkhouse. ' 21 Harry Rainold. ' 21 John R. Dykefs, ' 21 MEDICAL B. W. CcBBS. " 18 Kemp, ' 18 Felix Brunot. ' 20 Frank C. ' Wilson. ' 20 Wayne Gilder. ' 20 Marshal Frfre. ' 20 Olin ' Winn Moss, ' 20 (203) Sigma Alpha Epsilon Roll of Chapters University of Maine Boston University Mass. Institute of Technology How ard University Woosler Polytechnic Inst. Cornell University Columbia University Syracuse University St. Stevens College Allegheny College Dickson College Pennsylvania Slate College University of Pittsburg Bucknell University Gettysburg College University of Pennsylvania University of Virginia Washington and Lee University George Washington University Virginia Military Institute University of North Carolina Davidson College Wofford College University of Michigan Adrian College Mount Union College Ohio Wesleyan 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 University of Oklahoma Mercer University Emory College Georgia SchoDi of Technology Southern University University of Alabama Alabama Polytechnic Institute University of Mi zouri 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 Col. Denver University Colorado School of Mines Leland Stanford. Jr., Univ. 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 Belolt College Bethel College Kentucky State College Southwestern Presbyterian University Cumberland University Vandeibilt University University of Tennessee University of the South Union University Uni ersity of Oklahoma (204) (205) ' ' ' i ik First Row: McCay, Maddox, R. Ellis, Edmonson Second Row: DwYER, Turner, Morris, O ' Shee, Irwin Third Row: McGraw, Black, Saunders, Favrot, Williams Fourth Rovd: E. Ellis, Barron, Fox, Todd (206) Delta Kappa Epsilon Founded 1844 Tau Lambda Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon Chartered 1899 Chapter House 1301 Pine Street Dr. T. Patten In Faculty Dr. C. N. Cjiavigny Nicholas Callan Dr. H. Daspit J. B. Elliott, Sr. Active Members E. M. Edmonson, ' 19 E. P. Ellis, 71 P. L. McCay, • 9 R. Ellis, 71 Leon Irwin, 70 John McGraw, 71 W. B. Fox, 70 W. DwYER, Jr., 71 Stafford OShee, 71 TECHNOLOGY C. E. Barron ' 18 C. F. Favrot . . Frank Turner ' 18 James Maddox . James Todd ' 18 W. C. Black . LAW .E. B. Williams, Jr. ...... ' 21 E. T. Morris ' 18 E. D. Saunders . •19 •20 •20 •18 (207) xAm ' IB ailllir Br I " " H a m m m m a 3! a Tau Lambda Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon Roll of Chapters Yale University Bowdoin College Colby University Amherst College Vanderbilt University 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 ' Wilhams College Massachusetts Institute University of Chicago University of Toronto Tulane University University of Pennsylvania McGill University Leland Stanford University University of Illmois University of Wisconsin Washington University University of Texas Lafayette College Hamilton College Colgate University College of the City of New York University of Rochester Rutgers College DePauw University Wesleyan University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Western Reserve University Cornell University Syracuse University Columbia University University of California Trinity College University of Minnesota )f Technology m m s m a i B I IS m (208) aati t ■« ■ ■ ! ■ ■ ■ rmnummuamw ' -ris9f7mMl «■■■■■■■■■« ' mW ' 1 Firsi Rom: GoocH. Koonce, Mercier, Pritchett Second Rojv : King, Brown, Pool Third Row: Rau, Hucgins, Lyons, Perkins la (210) I Founded 1850 Mu Chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma Established 1858 Active Members technology J. Eblen Rau John M. King W. H. Mercier (211) BHT ' m Phi Kappa Sigma « n s, s MEDICAL j 5 S. C. Lyons 1- C. Hucgins H. W. Pritchett Lewis M. Gooch P. B. KooNCE Robert M. Pool 1 g| Philip S. Perkins Charles L. Brown a I -- ' I Ls I Mu Chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma Roll of Chapters University of Pennsylvania Washington and Jefferson College Dickinson College Franklin and Marshall College University of Virginia Columbia University Tulane University University of Illinois Randolph-Macon College Northwestern University Richmond College Pennsylvania State College Washington and Lee University University of West Virginia Leland Stanford, Jr., University University of Maine Armour Institute of Technology University of Maryland University of Wisconsin Vanderbilt University University of Alabama University of California Massachusetts Institute of Technology Georgia School of Technology Purdue University University of Michigan University of Chicago Cornell University University of Minnesota Alumni Chapters Philadelphia Richmond Chicago New York Pittsburg Baltimore New Orleans Southern California Atlanta Harrisburg Evanston Detroit S=. ' (212) (213) n I R If cs E 1 IS FirsI Roll); Claverie, G. Hammett, Allain Second Ron : Clark, Ferguson, Elizardi, Corry Third Row: L. Hammett, W. Hammett, LeDoux [5; m m (214) . " " " " " " " " " ' - - ilh Pi Kappa Alpha Eta Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha I.N Faculty Dr. John .-X. Langford Prof. James M. Robert Dr. Robert .A. Strong Prof. C. S. Williamson. Jr. AcTi -E Members ARTS AND SCIENCES William B. Hammett ' 20 Joseph Corry " 20 TECHNOLOGY George R. Hammett " 15 McLean Ledoux ' 21 Louis N. H.AM.METT ' 19 Frank P. Eleardi ' 21 Beverly P. Ferguson ' 20 Garland Orr ' 21 LAW Alexander S. Allain ' 18 MEDICAL Glen Clarke " 21 COLLEGE OF COMMERCE Cyril Claverie (215) • ■ ■ ■ i 9 I e -ua - Eta Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha Roll of Chapters ft. , 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 Stale University Trinity College Louisiana State University Georgia School of Technology North Carolina A. M. College University of Arkansas University of Florida University of Illinois Beloit College Millsaps College Missouri School of Mines Georgetown College University of Missouri University of Cincinnati Southwestern University Howard College Ohio Stale University University of California University of Utah New York University I. S. C. " Ames " Syracuse University Rutgers College K. S. A. C. " Manhattan " Pennsylvania Stale College University of Washington University of Kansas University of New Mexico Western Reserve University Southein Methodist University Cornell University (216) (217) m m m a m c r:, B D S @ a m G SI n n m 1 ,1S ■i . : s FiVsl Row: Cassidy, LiNFiELD, Dantzler, Gardiner Second Row: Graham, Craig. Bethea, Morse Third Row: LeJeune, Parkerson, Love, Bienvenue Fourlh Row: Born, McLaurin, Lewis, Taylor, Colomb Fifth Row: Delahoussaye , Young, Simmons, Wright ! m m m m (218) Beta Theta Pi Founded 1839 Beta Xi Chapter of Beta Theta Pi Installed 1908 Chapter House 1040 Audubon Street In Faculty St. John Ferret Dr. William F. Bradburn Dr. Charles J. Bloom Dr. Muir Bradburn Active Members arts and sciences L. N. Dantzler ' 19 Westerfield Borne ' 21 James J. Morse . ' 20 Fisher E. Simmons ' 21 TECHNOLOGY Robert E. Craig ' 19 William Parkerson ' 20 Charles L. Wright ' 20 MEDICAL Charles W. Lewis . . . . . . • ' 18 Walter P. Gardnier ' 20 H. L. McLaurin ' 19 Edwin H. Linfield ' 20 Stanford E. Bethea ' 19 Jack Holland Cassidy ' 21 Francis E. LeJeune ' 20 John Irion Young ' 21 J. Leslie Taylor ' 20 Joseph L. Bienvenu ' 21 Roy E. Delahoussaye ' 20 Stafford Love ' 21 Brooks A. Colomb ' 20 COLLEGE OF COMMERCE Sidney Donald Graham (219) IHI Beta Xi Chapter of Beta Theta Pi Roll of Chapters a Bowdoin Mass. Insl. of Technology E Brown Pennsylvania State College ■ 4aine • Washington and Jefferson ii Amherst West Virginia ■i Dartmouth North Carolina Weslcyan Virginia Williams Case Yale Denison Colgate Kenyon Cornell Ohio Wesleyan St. Lawrence Western Reserve Syracuse Centre Ohio Toronto Cincinnati Ohio State Union Miami Wittenberg Columbia Dickinson DePauw Rutgers Hanover Stevens Purdue Johns Hopkins Indiana Lehigh g Wabash Pennsylvania m South Dakota Beloit Bethany " ' » Kansas Chicago Davidson Kansas State lllinoi? Missouri . Knox Vanderbilt Michigan Washington, Mo. Northwestern Westminster Wisconsin Colorado Oklahoma Colorado College Texas Colorado Mines Tulane Denver Iowa Idaho Iowa State Oregon Minnesota University of Washington Washington and Lee Nebraska California Leland Stanford, Jr. Utah •7- (220) First Row: Jerwick, Wolff, L. Sharff, A. Sharff Second Ron) : Kessler, Bauer, Heidenheim Third Row: CoLEMAN, Newman, Kohlmann Fourth Row: Blum, Lemle, Marx, Kahn (222) m a m u u a s a Zeta Beta Tau m Founded in 1898 m. Sigma Chapter of Zeta Beta Tau Established in 1909 Active Members „ arts and sciences a Edwin F. M4RX, ' 18 Harold Newman, Jr., " 20 ■ Leon L. Kohlmann, ' 18 L. D. Scharff, ' 19 Louis Lemle, ' 19 Milton Heidenheim, ' 20 A. K. Scharff, ' 19 Jake L. Kahn. ' 20 LA ' W Raphael Conrad Weil Bauer TECHNOLOGY Sam Kessler, Jr., ' 20 J. V. Wolff, ' 20 m I MEDICAL Harry D. Jerwick. ' 18 Denzil Coleman, ' 21 Sam Sternberg, ' 20 Walter Blum, ' 21 COLLEGE OF COMMERCE Kt Henry Stern, Jr. J. N. Weil R t5i S HI ! if .:!: m m ■ H m m (223) Zeta Beta Tau Roll of Chapters College of the City of New York New York University Columbia University University of Michigan University of Pennsylvania Cornell University Boston University Western Reserve University Case School of Applied Science Tulane University , Union University ' ' j Brooklyn Polytechnic University Ohio State University Massachusetts Institute of Technology K I Syracuse University 53 Louisiana State University II • ■. I w u,™. Harvard University University of Alabama ' . II- ■. ( ;„;„;, University of Illinois University ot Virginia , „ ,, • , , . £ n i McGiU University University of Missouri ' 7 J! m. (224) (225) . Am?®i " 1910 First RoV! : Ehrhart, Boulet, Awtrey, Lescale, Barnes Second Row: Hawkins, Devron, Kuntz, Oakes, Lt. Emmer Third Rok: Duffy, Fears, Nuncesser, Wulff, Wadlin Fourth Ron); Tucker, Bynum, Sharp Fifth Row: Ramirez, Lothrop, Colee, Simpson, Foster (226) Delta Sigma Phi Founded 1899 al College of the City of New York Chi Chapter of Deha Sigma Phi Active Members academic Cyrtl G. Devron Charles M. Lescale Morris James Duffv Arfhur B. Simpson TECHNOLOGY Edwin A. Bynum Albert Joseph Ramirez E. N. Ehrhart Roger P. Sharp MEDICAL P. McKay Awtrey W. E. Kuntz Irwin J. Boulet Leo Willard Tucker LAW Zed H. Hawkins Fred. A. Wulff, Jr. DENTAL Otto L. Colee Forres Oakes John A. Foster J. A. Wadlin Julius Hassan Barnes (227) ' ' I Chi Chapter of Delta Sigma Phi Chapter Roll College of the City of New York Universily of Chicago New York Universily University of Pennsylvania Universily of Texas St. Louis University Universily of Pillsburg Tulane University Universily of California North Carolina A. M. Wofford College Waynesburg College Thlel College Hillsdale College Franklin and Marshall College Cumberland Universily Southern Methodist University Alumni Chapters Dallas Ballimore New York Chicago Philadelphia Pittsburg (228) ff- AA ArnATnTA ' " ' " (229) First Row — F. B. Blackmar, Gilder, Lorio, Wright, Perkins. Second Row — Billings, Grayson, Bruner, Neely, Murry. Third Ron — Rodes, R. W. Blackmar, Lyons, McMillan. Fourth Row — Watson, Hobbs, Credelle, Thompson, Scott. Fifth Row — Williams, Dillman, Brunot, Douglas, McAdoo (230) Alpha Kappa Kappa Founded I f Alpha Beta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Kappa Established 1903 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. Oeschiner, M.D. Henrv Bayon, M.D. S. O. Deloup, M.D. Honorary Members Allen E. Maise, M.D. C. S. Lewis, M.D. H. S. Lewis, M.D. Marion Souchon, M.D. L. B. Crawford, M.D. G. S. Brown, M.D. S. W. Stafford, M.D. P. W. BOHNE, M.D. C. N. Chavigny, 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. J. D. Weis, M.D. Roll of Chapters DarlmoutH College, Medical Department College of Physicians and Surgeons, San Fran- cisco Tufis Medical School University of Vermont, Medical Department Jefferson Medical College L. I. 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, Medeical Department Starling-Ohio, Medical University Denver and Gross Medical College University of California, Medical Department University of Oregon, Medical Department Vanderbill University, Medical Department University of Minneesota, 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 Medicine and Surgery University College of Medicine South Carolina Medical College St. Louis University University of Louisville, Medical Department Western Reserve University, Medical Department University Medical College University of Pittsburg, Medical Department (231) f ]f mifVMHBBHBBBar. (232) Delta Omicron Alpha Alpha Chapter of Deha Omicron Alpha Colors : Gold and White ElEtablished Tulane University 1904 Publication: Delia Omicron Alpha Quarterly m P3 m m ALUMNI Dr. J. Fred Dunn Dr. L. M. Thomason Dr. R. a. Strong Dr. a. D. Henriques Dr. R. B. Harrison Dr. H. J. GONDOLF Dr. T. a. Maxwell Dr. L. a. Hebert Dr. D. J. Murphy Dr. T. H. Simon Dr. R. C. Voss Dr. R. J. Mailhes Dr. J. B. Ferran Dr. W. O. Schutzman Dr. E. C. Hancock Dr. p. F. Murphy Dr. R. a. Oriole. Jr. Dr. G. W. Faivre Dr. C. p. Holderith Dr. L. V. Lopez Dr. H. C. Lochte Dr. C. a. WErss Dr. p. L. Querens Dr. Geo. H. Hauser Active Members A. F. BuRGis M. L. Smith D. T. Allred L. W. Tucker A. MOGABGAB C. J. WlCHSER R. E. Delohaussaye A. L. Adam F. L. Jaubert R. Z. Williams J. M. Moore H. J. French E. S. Garrett, Jr. E. A. SOCOLA C. J. Ball J. B. Michon W. W. Reynolds (233) First RoTv — Tucker, Allred. Second RoK — SMITH, BuRCIS. (234) (233) e I First Row — Le Bourgeois. Whiteside. Cheek. Unsworth. Second Rom — Andereon, Bethea, Cato, Parham, Stacy. Third Row — Ross, Gardiner. Woodruff, Pool. Lowe. Fourth Rom— McLaurin. Cassidy. Faust, Thorpe. Taylor. Fifth Row — Wilson. Le Jeune, Frere, Rives. (236) Phi Chi Omicron Chapter of Phi Chi Organized 1902 Prof. C. ]. 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. DeBuys Dr. Victor C. Smith Dr. C. W. Allen In Faculty Dr. W. H. Kostmayer 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. V. D. Phillips Dr. Edward W. Mahler Dr. H. W. Harris Dr. Samuel Logan Dr. S. M. Blackshear Dr. G. King Locan Dr. Randolph Lyons Dr. Henry Daspit Dr. Urban Moes Dr. Allen C. Eustis Dr. S. Chaille Jamison 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 Vanderbllt University University of Chicago College of Physicians and Surgeons Atlanta Medical College Jefferson Medical Co, lege 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 Carolina Chlrurglcal College University of California University of Pennsylvania Chicago College of Medical Surgery Northwestern University University of Illinois University of Southern California Johns Hopkins Temple University Indiana University St. Louis University Leland Stanford Ohio State University University of Arkansas University of Kansas (237) Q X ggfiTE ZET (238) m i! Chi Zeta Chi Founded at the Medical Department of the University of Georgia, October 14, 1903 Mu Chapter of Chi Zeta Chi Established 1906 i " .1; I :t I I ' S 3 Members F. Hagarman R. E. Knolle P. M. AWTREY CM. Baker J. E. BUSSEY T. C. Crowell V. Cefalu R. S. Kramer R. B. Davis G. C. Battalora E. L. Armstrong T. A. Fears Sam Hobson, Jr. C. U. Johnson C. W. Jones D. L. Kerlin M. O. Miller H. D. Ogden J. B. Rateau E. L. Zander R. M. Littell, Jr. C. J. MOUTON E. E. MOSELEY A. B. Harvey A. Martorell T. W. DeTar ?5 ;239) y-iVil RoD ; HoBSON, MixsoN, Cefalu , Zander, Jones Second Row: LiTTELL, Armstrong, DeTar, Moseley, Mouton Third RoTi : OcDEN, Harvey, Baker, Knolle, Johnson, Davis Fourth Roa : Kerlin, Miller, Rateau, Fears, Martorell Fifth Ron).- Battalora, Kramer, Awtrey, Crowell, Hacerman (240) (241) ; I © ■ • f irsf Rom — Cox, Long, Morgan, Smith, Copp Second Row — MixoN, Brady, Savoy, Wilson Third Row — Freeman, Lucas, Pounders, Folse, White Fourth Row — McBride, Manhoff, Black, Cox (242) Phi Beta Pi Founded at Western Pennsylvania Medical College, March 10, 1 89 1 Alpha Beta Chapter of Phi Beta Pi Installed 1907 In Faculty M. Earl Brown, M.D. Alfred A. Keller, M.D. Iomer Dupuis, M.D. J. Frank Points, M.D. R. M. Blakely, M.D. Jay T. Nlx, M.D. Sidney F. Brand, M.D. Henry W. E. Walther, M.D. Roll of Chapters Alpha University of Pittsburg Pittsburg, Pa. Beta University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Mich. Delia Rush Medical College Chicago, 111. Zeta Baltimore College of Physicians and Surgeons Baltimore, Md. Ela Jefferson Medical College Philadelphia, Pa. Theia Northv estern University Medical College Chicago, 111. Iota Univer sity of Illinois Chicago, 111. Kappa Detroit College of Medicine Detroit, Mich. LambJa St. Louis University St. Louis, Mo. Mu Washington University St. Louis, Mo. Xi Univeristy of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. Omicron Perdue University Indianapolis, 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 Jonn A. Creighlon University Omaha, Neb. Alpha Beta Tulane University New Orleans, La. Alpha Camma Syracuse University Syracuse, N. Y. Alpha Delta Medico-Chirugical College Philadelphia, Pa. Alpha Epsilon Marguetle University Milwaukee, Wis. Alpha Zeta University School of Medicine Bloomington, Ind. Alpha Eta University of Virginia Norfolk, Va. Alpha Iota University of Kansas Lawrence, Kan. Alpha Kappa University of Texas Galveston, Tex. Alpha Lambda University of Oklahoma Norman, Okla. Alpha Mu University of Louisville Louisville, Ky. Alpha Nu University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah Alpha Xi Harvard University Brookline, Mass. Alpha Omicron Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, Md. Phi Psi Medical College of Virginia Richmond, Va. Nu University Medical College Kansas City, Mo. Upsilon Ohio Wesleyan University Columbia, Mo. Alpha Theta Leland Stanford, Jr., University San Francisco, Cal. Omega University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pa. (243) ' rKm i s 1 m m m 3 ! n I vs« (244) Kappa Psi Pi Chapter of Kappa Psi Founded May 30. 1879 W. W. BUTTERWORTH. M.D. F. M. Johns. M.D. W. H. Seeman, M.D. In Faculty 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. R. Bernard. M.D. J. R. Fernandez, M.D. Roll of Chapters Medical College of Virg-.nia. Columbia University University of Maryland Maryland Medical College Georgetown University Philadelphia College oi Pharmacy University of Alabama Vanderbilt University Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Medical College of South Carolina University of West Virginia Tulane University Atlanta Medical College Baltimore College of Physicians and Surgeons Creighton University University of North Carolina Louisville College of Pharmacy Northwestern University University of Illinois Western Reserve University University of California Union University Rhode Island College of P. and A. S. Oregon Slate College Jefferson Medical College University of Tennessee North Pacific College University of Pittsburj George Washington University University of Louisville University of Washington Washington State College (245) First Row: Parker, Brown, Neelev, Hugcins, Sanders. Second Row: QuiNN, BouLET, RoziER, Albritton, D. ' . O ' Kelley. Crutzsincer Third Row: DuFFY, Voss. Adams, Heath, Styles, Parrish. Fourth Row: Johns, Puckett, Lescale, Koonce, McNamara, Dr. Sellers. Fifth Row: Dr. Menage, Clark, Dodd, Harris, Whitfield, Marsalis. Sixth Row: Potts, Simpson, Young, Brenner, Christoffer, Tisdale. (246) I :■ (247) ;ii ■ ■ ■ I ■ m 3 First Row — HoLLOWAY, Holladay Second Row — Ehlinger, PiTKlN, Millender, Rennie Third Row — Van Studdiford, Dwyer, Bloom, Peterman Fourth Row— Dr. Bloom, Dr. Hardesty, Dr. Mat as. Dr. Dwyer, Dr. Lynch, Cassecrain Fifth Row — Smith, Kirkpatrick, McLeod, Bean Sixth Row — Jones, Barber, Wilkerson, Vidrine Seventh Row — YoUNC, BlENVENU (248) m IT? :jH ■■■■■■■! ' 3 1 i i fTJI Kfli ■ Nu Sigma Nu Founded in 1882 at the University of Michigan Beta Iota Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu Instituted 19)0 In Faculty Dr. Rudolph Matas Dr. Waldemar R. Metz (U. S. Navy) Dr. Irving Hardesty Dr Octave C. Cassegrain Dr. Charles W. Duval Dr. Charles J. Bloom Dr. John Smyth (U. S. Army) Dr. R. Clyde Lynch Hugh L. Dwyer .... Martin T. VanStuddiford Albert B. Pitkin . . . Harold A. Bloom . . . E. Stanley Peterman . . Rangier B. Ehlinger . . William Wilkerson . . Charles W. Millender . Dorf Bean Hugh C. McLeod . . . Active Members 18 Walter R. Holloway ' 19 18 Paul D. Holloway ' 19 18 Chas. K. Kipkpatrick. Jr ' 19 18 Benjamin F. Smith ' 19 18 T. Ludford Rennie 19 19 Arthur Vidrine ' 20 19 Philip H. Jones. Jr ' 20 19 Lawrence C. Barber ' 20 19 John Young ' 20 19 Lionel Bienvenu ' 20 Roll of University of Michigan Detroit College of Medicine University of Pittsburg University of Minnesota Northwestern University University of Illinois University of Cincinnati Columbia University Rush Medical College University of Pennsylvania Syracuse University Bellevue Hospilal Medical College Albany Medical College Washington University Jefferson Medical College Western Reserve University Chapters 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 L (249) Top Row — Coleman, Danna, Rodick Second Row — Graffinino, Yznaga Third Row — Blum, Estevez, Grossman (251) i Phi Alpha Sigma (Founded April 9, 1888, al the Bellevue Hospital Medical College.) (Installed 1917.) Fratres in Urbe Geo. J. DeReyna. Jr. J. Menendez A. Menendez Jonas Rosenthal J . Bendel Fratres in Collegio Walter L. Blum H. Oliver Ernst Louis M. Grossman Francis P. Danna Jno. Clemens Ro::ick Alvaro Autero Yznaga Ralph " Estwey Roll of Chapters Alpha Bellevue Hospital Medical College Beta University of Pennsylvania Gamma Cornell University Delta Jefferson Medical College Epsilon University of Texas Zeta Northwestern University Medical College Eta Tulane University (252) 13 SI, ' 1 ' 1 ' r 1 ia (253) Firsl Row — HiNTON, McKeithen, Rojas, Barnes Second Row — FiLLASTRE, Trellue, Magee. Wadlin ThirJ RoTv — Andrews, Colee, Brownfield Fourth Rom — Day, Biggs, Foster, Meredith (254) % m m ■ ■ M a a m m m m u » m s :«,• S 3 3i Psi Omega Beta Epsilon Chapter of Psi Omega Colors: Blue and White In Faculty Wallace Wood, Jr. Edw. B. Ducasse Eugene Fortier Jos. M. Garcia Alfred A. Leefe A. L. Ducasse Benj. L. Gore Geo. B. Crozart Active Mew BERS J. W. Andrews M. F. Jarell C. R. Bailey R. S. McKlETHEN J. H. Barnes A. A. Meredith R. A. Brownfield H. L. Magee T. G. B:ggs H. J. Robinson O. L. COLEE J. B. Robinson E. W. Day E. Rozas J. A. Foster M. D. Trellue A. J. Fillastre i J. A. Wadlin S. F. Hl.NTON (255) 1 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 Dental and Oral Surgery of New York University of Iowa Vanderbill University University College of Medicine Medical College of Virginia Washington University Dental College Kansas City Dental College Wisconsin College for Physicians and Surgeons (256) •v (257) Firsl Roll): Saunders, Miller Second Row: Morris, Trufant (258) - ii:Ji-ii.i-| atA 19 16 IB m Phi Delta Ph 1 White Chapter of Phi Deha Phi Eslablishea December 28, 1911. m :5 a ' » R I m I m ( C. J. TURCK C. P. Fenner In Faculty E. J. NORTHRUP C. E. Dunbar Members Samuel A. Trufant Edgar T. Morris E. D. Saunders Roll of Chapters Ballinger — Law Department Washington Univer- sity — 1907- Beatty — Law Department University of South- ern California — 1907. Benjamin — Law Department Illinois Wesleyan University — 1 878. Booth — Law Department Northwestern Univer- sity — 1880. Brewer — I-aw Department Denver University — 1902. Chase — Law Department University of Oregon — 1891. CoMSTOCK — Law Department Syractise University —1899- CoNKLiNG — Law Department Cornell University —1888. CooLEY — Law Department Washington University —1882. Daniels — Law Department Buffalo University — 1891. Dillon — Law Department University of Minne- sota — 1891. Douglas — Law Department University of Chi- cago — 1903. D WIGHT — New York Law School — 1899. Evarts — Brooklyn Law School St. Lawrence Uni- versity — 1907. Field — Law Department New York U niversity — 1887. Foster — Law Department Indiana LTniversity — 1900. Fuller— Chic gQ — Kc-Kt College of Law — 1896. Gibson — Law. D ' eprtrtment University of Pennsyl- vania — 1 S6. Green — La r Department University of Kansas —1897- Hamilton — Law Department University of Cin- cinnati — 1886. Harlan — Law Department L niversity of Wis- consin — 1891. Jay — Albany Law School Union University — 1884. Kent — Law Department LTni versify of Michigan — 1869. Langdell — L w Department Illinois University — igoi. Lincoln — Law Department University of Nebras- ka — 1895. McClain — Law Department University of Iowa —1893. M alone — Law Department Vanderbilt Univer- sity — 1907. Marshall — Law Department George Vv ' ashington University — 1 884. Miller — Law Department Stanford University — 1897. Minor — Law jJepartment University of Virginia — 1890. OsgoOde — Law School of Upper Canada — 1896. Pomeroy — Law Department University of Cali- fornia — 18S3. Ranney — Law Department Western Reserve Uni- versity — 1901. Reed — Law Department L niversity of Maine — 1908. Roberts — Law Department University of Texas — 1909. Shiras — Law Department Pittsburg University —1909. Story — Law Department Columbia University — 1881. Swan — Law Department Ohio State University —1893- Thomas — Law Department University of Colo- rado — 1907. Tiedeman- — Law Department University of Mis- souri — 1890. Tucker — Law Department Washington and Lee LTniversity — 1908. Waite — Law Department Yale University — 1887. Webster — Law Department Boston University — 1885. White — Law Department Tulane University — 1911. a m m IS •a m m m (259) : ' Me ■ ■ ■ ■ H H e ■3 Alpha Omega Alpha Honorary Medical Fraternity Founded by W. W. Root, M.D., at the University of Illinois in 1902 Roll of Chapters (In Order of Establishment) 1902 Alpha of Illinois University of Illinois Beta of Illinois University of Chicago 1903 Gamma of Illinois . Northwestern University Alpha of Ohio . . . . . . . W estern Reserve University Alpha of Pennsylvania Jefferson Medical College Beta of Penns hania University of Pennsylvania 1905 Alpha of Missouri Washington University 1906 Alpha of Massachusetts Harvard University Alpha of California University of California Alpha of Mar )land Johns Hopkins University Alpha of Ontario University of Toronto 1907 Alpha of New Yor Columbia University Alpha of Michigan University of Michigan 1908 Alpha of Minnesota University cf Minnesota 1910 Beta of NeTt) YorJ Cornell University 1911 Comma of Netv Yc-fj; Syracuse University Alpha of Quebec McGill University 1914 Alpha of Nebrasl a University of Nebraska Alpha of Louisiana Tulane University (250) iBBaneeiaa: Alpha Omega Alpha Honorary Medical Fraternity « B m ■ ■ n ■ S Officers Dr. Marcus Feincold Counselor Mr. J. D. Rives President Mr. T. N. Black. Jr Vice-President Mr. J. M. Singleton Secretary-Treasurer In Faculty Dr. Carrol Woolsey Allen Dr. Irving T. Hardesty Dr. John Taylor Halsev Dr. Marcus Feingold Dr. Joseph Deutsch Weis Undergraduate Members m m m Mr. T. N. Black, Jr. Mr, Harold A. Bloom Mr. F. a. Copp Mr Mr Mr Dr, Dr. Wilmer Baker Benjamin Bashinski Aynaud Foster Hebert Cad Walder Arrendell John Favre Baldwin Dr. James William Butts Dr. William Otis Calloway Mr. Edwin Mayer Levy Mr. Dixie McCrossin Mr. Edmund L. Faust Mr. F. C. Hava Mr. R. H. Potts Mr. James D. Rives 2 Alumni Members Mr. Maurice S. Rosenthal Dr. Dr. Jack Tompson Cappel Dr. Dr. George Benjamin Collier Dr. Dr. Pressiy Young Donald Dr. Dr. John William Faulk Dr. Mr. Paul Pullen Salter Dr. Mr. Pleasant Addison Taylor Dr. Mr. Samuel Weaver Dr. Dr- Adley Hogan Gladden , Jr . Dr . Dr. John Gano McLaurin Dr. Rossner Enders Graham Joseph Maxime Perret Percy Lennard Querens Wm. Barclay Terhune, Jr. Chas. Kennard Townsend Irenaues N. Tucker Rudolph Matas George Henry Hauser Ralph Wilber Humphreys Alva Burton McKie m. M m m (261) ■ ■■I ■ r 13 a! a m m IHHMK ' nf3f5 ' 3srjE?!PrnMa! Kappa Delta Phi Members R. C. Bauer Edmund L. Faust Harry D. Jerwick Eugene D. Saunders Arthur B. Simpson Edgar T. Morris Leo Tucker 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; end, secondly, by binding together those who have made unusual effort, thus becoming a force for greater good by securing unity of action. Q m m m m m m u ■ ■ B n H H ■ (262) ■I ' ! :■-• I m a I? j El { U aiM ' ■ ■BBHHHHHHB . ■ ■ ■ ■ B U ■ B ■ ! UNIVERSITY STUDENT COUNQL u 51 Officers ! ■ Eugene D. Saunders President E OUL Vallon Vice-President Miss M. A. Nairne ■ Secretary-Treasurer i ' -- The Tulane University Student Council consists of the i j . Presidents of the student bodies of the University. 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 j and Treasurer. The members are: ; Eugene D. Saunders Laii E. Davis McCutchon Arts and Sciences Raoul Vallon Technology M. T. Van Studifcrd .... .... Downtown Medical. Olin W. Moss Uploron Medical. J. B. Robinson Dental. .. ' i Miss M. A. Nairne Newcomh. i f:: (265) T r T ' Firsl Rod; — Bauer, Irwin. Second Rom — RocQUET, Langham, Delchamps. Third Row — Saunders, Walshe. (266) m a H I m I % i it it m m m a s;. ' A m m m a a e George C. Walshe EJilor-in-Chief R. C. Bauer Supervising Editor Walter Carroll Academic Editor A. M. Pyburn Laa Editor J. Isaacson Medical Editor M.S. Mayer Dental Editor C. E. Barron Technology Editor Miss Corinne Rocquet NerDcomb Editor Miss Emily Langham Art Editor Miss Ivy Waldo Nemcomb Assistant Editor E. D. Saunders Ceneral Business Manager Miss Miriam Delchamps Nemcomh Busin ess Manager Leon Irwin. Jr Assistant Business Manager Sub-Editors NEWCOMB Senior ...... Miss Corinne Rocquet Sophomore Dorothy Hay Junior Miss K. McFettridge Freshman Nellie Pierpont ACADEMIC Senior H. S. Chenet Sophomore J. H. Monroe junior William Parkerson Freshman F. E. Simmons TECHNOLOGY Senior G. R. Hammett Sophomore unior . . E. Whitehead, Jr. Freshman R. E. Lothrop . . . R. U. Lea LAW Senior A. M. Pyburn Junior Freshman . . Walter Carroll Robert Perkins Til MEDICAL Senior F. A. Copp Sophomore C. U. JoHNSSON Junior T. L. Rennie Freshman R. Brewster Pre-Medical J. DaVIDSON DENTAL Senior W. D. Trellue Junior Clyde Bailey Freshman . . . W. L. FoLSE (267) m Tulane Weekly Staff Edwin F. Marx EJilcr-in-Chlef Leon L. Kohlmann Manag.ng Ed.lor E. Davis McCutchon B " ' " " ' Manager REPORTERS Lester Scharff . Adolph Scharff Robert Weicand Newcomb Miss Frankie E. Wood Managing Editor REPORTERS Harrison Hester Katherine McFettridce Margaret McConnell Fannye Cohn Emily Dinwiddie i (268) ■ I ' ■ Bs.2ksst mmm, . JK, m- -iJII ■ ! n I m I " ■ I M a ■ ■ m a ■ It it « ■ HI 9 Latin Club Officers Susie Celestin President Mercedes Discon Vice-President Frankie Wood Secretar ) Matina Ellis Treasurer Miss Harkness Faculty) Miss Lund Faculty Members : CONSUELO AbAUANZA Louise Faulk Elenor Adamson Dolly Gill m LUCILE Baumcartner Elizabeth Gregory Marie Bonvillain Mary Hatch Mildred Brown Dorothy Hay I . Bradv Rosa Hart Susie Celestin Sarah Isaacs Mabel Chauvin Ida Jungle Myra Cohen Jeanne Langhetee Ursula Cooper Chlothilde Lindsay Mercedes Discon Bertha Lindenfield Mabel de Pass Ruth Meyer Frances Daniels Ruth Martyn Virginia d ' Ornellas Star Marshall Dorothy Drumm Martha Parks Martine Ellis Nellie Pierpont Elizabeth Fischer Luda Reynolds Beatrice Fry Lyda Roberts Miriam Fuerst Betty Rock (■269) ■ ■ 1 ■ ■■■a:. Kathleen Roberts Georgiana Reaney Josephine Snoddy Cora Shields Wilma Simmons Minnie Stewart Flora Strathon Mildred Snyder Alberta Thompson Thelma Voss Mildred Weeks Juanita Wallis Louise Withers Elsie Withers Frankie Wood Genevive Wilson Ann Zigler Willie Zuher Amelia Bynum SI I; Newcomb Student Council m I, mi i; 3 Officers Caffery President C. Ayres 5ccre(ari) Imogen Stone Faculty Adviser R. BuLTMANN Alumrxi Adviser Mathilde Nairne . . Marguerite Ellis . . corinne rocquet . . Jeanne Lancehtee . . Viola Lund ... . Harrison Hester . . Cftarlotte Sessums Miriam Delchamps . . Evangeline Magruder Anna Koch .... Georjean Lund . . . Ruth Kastlfr . . . Marietta Rocquet . . Frances Daniels . . . Pearl Pool . . . . Members 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 20 ■20 21 ' 21 ■ ■ ' m (270) u m a 9 ■ 8 £t. It I ♦J Newcomb Student Body Officers Mathilde Nairne, ' 18 Presidenl Ruth Heller, ' 18 Vice-President Ida Lise Black, ' 19 Secrelar}) Elizabeth Fisher, " 19 Treasurer Executive Committee Mathilde Nairne, ' 18 Chairman Members Mathilde Nairne, ' 18 Ruth Heleer, ' 18 Marguerite Ellis, ' 18 Katherine Caffery, " 18 Nathalie Settoon, ' 18 Gethyn Rucan, ' 18 Cecile Wcgan, ' 18 Jeanne Langhetee, ' 18 Genevieve Lamberton. Viola Lund, ' 18 Charlotte Sessums, ' 18 Harrison Hester, ' 18 Frankie ' Wood, ' 18 Susie Celestin, ' 18 CORINNE RoCQUET, ' 18 Ida Lise Black, ' 19 Anna Koch, ' 19 Eliuabeth Fisher, ' 19 Evangeline Macruder, Kuth Kastler, " 20 Esther Kent, ' 20 I ranges Daniels, ' 20 19 (271) ■ ■ ■ ■ B si; i !■■ JAMBALAYA • I 9 I 6 • • r !r E r Newcomb Debating Club Officers Genevive Lamberton President Margaret McConnell Clerl( of Congress Vera Scherck Treasurer Miriam Fuerst Secretary Ivy Waldo Chairman of Debate REPRESENTATIVES TO TULANE ORATORICAL COUNCIL Jeanne Lanchetee Ruth Heller Genevive Lamberton NEWCOMB DEBATING COUNCIL Miss C. Richardson, Chairman. Ivy Waldo, Secretary. Miss E. Fetridge Prof. J. M. Fletcher Jeanne Lanchetee Miss 1 . Stone Ruth Heller Vera Scherck Prof. P. Butler Genevive Lamberton Members C. Aschaffenburg R. Hart S. Isaacs I. Black A. Koch A. Katz R. Bostick R. Kastler J. Lanchetee M. CoTONio C. Lindsay G. Lamberton K. Caffery M. McConnel R. Martin M. Cohen K. Maker T. Mayer B. Dreyfus V. D ' Ornellas C. Rocquet M. Delchamps G. Rugan G. Reane M. Ellis V. Scherck F. Stratton M. Fuerst I. Waldo M. Wheelis R. Heller F. Woods E. Gregory (272) bbh: ■BBHBHHaBI t B j m I ■ I a ; n ■ ■ ;i B a ■ ■ s » s a « n n £ « m m. a B ■ a a s m B ■ ■ ■ ■ 5 p; Newcomb Dramatic Club Faculty Members Miss Elizabeth McFetridge Miss Virginia Officers Cecile Wogan President Magda Chalaron Vice-PresiJenl Lucie Wallace Secrefarp Adaline Katz Treasurer Esther Kent Business Manager Imogene Barrett Stage Manager Members V. Alker Y. de Reyna A. Koch K. Ayres E. Dinwiddie G. Lamberton I. Barrett C. Dreyfous H.azel Lampert I. L. Black H. Elilers Helen Lampert H. Butler M. Fell A. Landon A. Bynum Y. Fernandez R. Lawler K. Caffery G. Fisher L. Lombard B. Caffery M. Fuerst K. Luzenburc M. Chalaron D. Granfr L Lyman B. Charbonet a. Guthrie NL Marshall F. Chase A. Hess T. Mayer Zou Chase H. Hester M. McLeod N. Cohen S. Isaacs V. Moody F. Cohen E. Jett E. O ' Donnell A. Cothran L. Johnson L. O ' Kelly F. Daniels R. Kastler M. Parham G. Davenport A. Katz ' . Parker S. Davis L. Kearney • E. Parkhouse E. DE Buys E. Kent E. Piggott M. DE Pass J. Kirkwood Betty Rock (273) Withers M. Rock " ' . Ross M. ROUSSEL V. ScHERCK M. Seago C. Sessums N . Settoon L Seymour C. Slack Cecilia Slack M. Snell J . Snoddy M. Stewart M. Vairin I . Waldo B. Wall L . Wallace M. ' £EKS Marion North Newcomb Young Women ' s Chri ian Association Officers Anna Frotcher Koch President Catherine Wilson Vice-President Jeanne Commeaux Treasurer Roberta Hafkesbring .• Secretarx) L. Alford K. Ayres A. Bynum K. Caffery M. Clark N. Colbert M . Covington L. Crusel A. Dameron V. Davis M. DePass F. Diboll J. Ellis D. Gill E. Gregory R. Hafkesbring R. Kastler J. KiRKWOOD A. Koch Members E. Koch G. Lund V . Lund C. Lindsay K. McFetribce E. Meek M. Nairne M. Parks E. Piggott A. McLellan M. McLeod N. Randolph L. Reynolds M . ROCQUET C . RoCQUET M . ROUSSEL D . Seago M. Seago M. Snell B . Thrall M. Wheelis E. White F . Wood C. Wilson A. Parkerson L. Duval E . Lyman D. Kemper M. North M. RccK C. Slack E. Harrison M. Ellis N . Settoon R. Meyer H. McKenzie A. Rightor (274) Officers Nathalie Settoon President Macda Chalaron Vice-President Marietta Rocquet Secretary Anna McLellan Treasurer Members Cecile Wogan Helen Grevenberc CoRiNNE Rocquet Elizabeth Fenner Mary Renaud Etta Hogis CoRiNNE Chalaron Louise Withers Margaret Sharp Bertha Charbonnet Nathalie Settoon Magda Chalaron Marietta Rocquet Anna McLellan Katharine Maher Gladys Davenport BiANCA Socola Marselle Peret Mabel Chauvin Miriam Feurst Adaline Katz Caroline Dreyfous Berenice Dreyfus Yvonne de Reyna Ellene White Emiline Robert Jeanne Comeaux Jeanne Gueydan Grace Fisher Margaret McConnell (275) : » ISa iE UHtWij ' Officers Gethyn Rucan President Mildred Weeks Secretary and Treasurer Lillian Parker Direclor Members Mary Barker Andrina Bradford Gladys Brown Fannie Chase Jeanne Comeaux Mabel de Pass Olive Ellsworth Jeanne Gueydan Muriel Kling Ruth Lawler Edna Masser Margaret McLeod Gethyn Rugan Alma Schuler Mary Seaco Frances Sexton Marcia Snell Minnie Stewart Margaret Texada Faye Townsend Mildred Weeks Cecile Wogan (276) • I :i s i m m ■ I! m if i u ! -, (277) a LOUDEST BEST DftCSbtD TEIASE ■ ■ VAINLST i% MOST% POPUL VR « A1.V BEST ALL " ROUND 6IRL MOST ORIGINAL SWELTE-ST j EST n AN AC En ■A»OUT TALlItST SMALLLST " BEST SPORT MOST ' SIOGEST Wlk 3)»GN nE.L 3L0PF ■ " ' MOST ATTRACTIVE LOVL-SI K m NEATE.ST SHA-RTEST BOOK-WORM TOLLIt T SUEETLST ' ' IB ' , „ , BE.ST VOICE MOST CENE-ROUS INKI M ATHLETE M05T ARTfSTIG MOST CR.El UL6tJ6 MOST GRACtrUL CHURCH GOER _ " " l N ST MUSICAL TALKATIVE -36 " ■ ' ■ MOST STOUTEST CONCIENTIOUS SPENDTHRIFT . i % JBEST MosTtit- Popular uANCEa WITH BOYS Pf ETTIEST i ■ ■■KHHHHBHHHHHBHBHBHUIIiKHKiai ! @ M S3 S M B Bl jambala: • • I 9 1 d • ! a fl ■■■■■■■ H H 1: . A ' V tflnxHatavsaBMBBa S HI B » m m m ■ m m H Bl H ■ ■ ■ a ft ■ m m m m a m 5 o o a: 2 D H (280) 1 ' fa i a I! m 3 j a " a ' T?i!;:s;@eBHHEa Tulane Young Men ' s Christian Association Leaders J. M. Lyle. Jr President C. N. JoYNER Vice-President A. B. Simpson Secrelar]) Advisory Committee: Dean A. B. Dinwiddie, Professors Hardesty, Bechtel and Sellers, Mr. T. a. Wakeman A reading room, supplied with current magazines and with games, has been open to the student body daily from 1:30 to 9:00 P.M. A piano, furnished by Mrs. Terry, of New Orleans, has added to the attractiveness of the room. Frequent talks have been given by busmess and professional men of the city, and a series of lectures upon the race problem has been conducted under the auspices of the Association. (281) Mandolin and Guitar Club Officers Eve Magruder Manager Daisy Belle Smith ... Leaiu of Cuitan Dot Hay Leader of Mandoline Members Violms Alma Schuler Hazel Lampert Mandolins Eve Magruder Frances Diboll Velna Moody Adelaide Zoeller Hermina Ochs Dot Seaco Ivy Waldo Ruth Heller Dot Hay Minnie Stewart Helen Lampert Hilda Ware Banjo Esther Kent Guitars Hope Flower Freda Burdette Rose Mary McIlhenny Daisy Belle Smith Mary Seaco Emily Bein Beth Rock Dana Sexton Marguerite Roussel Ukelclcs Marguerite Rightor Delaware Kemper LuDA Reynolds Marion North Marion Rock Piano Margaret McLeod (282) m i » 1 8 I- V 9 S m m s. K C s « A JS iS 3 it , IHEMfflll Board of Editors of the Newcomb Arcade Ruth Heller Edilor-in-Chief Esther Kent Manaoing Editor Eunice Baccich Art Editor Miriam Alexander Alumnae Editor Head Editors Alice A. Rightor Literary Department Genevieve I. Lameerton College Department Sub-Editors Elizabeth Fisher Ophelia Perkins Margaret Beattie Katherine Luzenbeec Magda Chalaron Business Manager Helen Gravemberg Assistant Business Manager i m (283) «.! ef ?S r: ' :.i i «( ' M »t!T »M vn ■« ' Mt MK n« M |cB » ' Si ! E i Si i TULANE SUMMER SURVEY CAMP (284) inaiKHMaBHHHK ' : n n s s ffi ■■■ ' ■■ H m - « ■ w ■ ■■■■■■■■■ j uJAMBAL ' ATA f I ■ ' • • I o I e • • ' - I Board of Directors F. A. Westerfield President Judge Rufus E. Foster Vice-President Douglas S. Anderson Secretary John Dymond, Jr Treasurer Frank G. Churchill Paul F. Jahncke Edmund L. Faust Due to the earnest and untiring efforts of the Tulane Athletic Council, Tulane now boasts of her new concrete stadium, which is the finest in the South. This past year we also had the finest football and basketball schedule in our history, and next year ' s schedules are still , better. The Tulane Athletic Coun- cil is greatly to be congratulated on all of their attainments for the betterment of Tulane athletics. (287) m ■ ! " ' i : llHHfeH: ' - fl s B H : TULANE ATriLETiCS n ■ Si (288) CLARK D. SHAUGHNESSY P ' OOTBALL COACH (289) i ■ ■ ■ ■ R. • • I 9 I d • 1918 Football Schedule Oct. 5. Jefferson College Stadium Oct. 12. Spring Hill College Stadium Oct. 19. Mississippi College Stadium Oct. 26. Georgia Tech Atlanta, Ga. Nov. 2. Auburn Stadium Nov. 9. Open Date Nov. 16. Mississippi A. M Stadium Nov. 28. (Thanksgiving) L. S. U Stadium (290) FAUST LEGENDRE JERWICK COLEE A R eview of the 1917 Football Season The football season of 1917 will always be remembered for two things — the open- ing of the new Tulane concrete stadium, and the decisive victory over L. S. U. on Thanksgiving Day by the score of 28 to 6. In the first two games of the season, Tulane easily defeated Jefferson and Spring Hill. These two practice games showed that Tulane, for the first time in many years, had an abundance of material from which to develop a strong team. The third game of the season was played against the University of Florida, at Gainsville, and was a complete victory for the Greenbacks. Quoting from a Gainsville paper which carried an account of the game, we read: " Hopelessly outclassed by the best team ever seen on Fleming Field, the " Gators went down to defeat before Tulane by a score of 52 to 0. " The article further states that " the Tulane team worked with a precision and snap — it has the fighting spirit that is quick to snatch up any advantage, large or small. " (291) FOSTER SIMPSON LINFIELD H GENTLING On Saturday, October 27, the new concrete stadium was dedicated, with impressive ceremonies, and in the game that followed Tulane defeated a selected team from the Washington Artillery by the score of 18 to 0. The soldier team was ably coached by Lieutenant Carl Woodward, former Tulane star, but showed a lack of team work, and was unable to withstand the attacks of the Greenbacks. The opening of the Stadium was the realization of a fond hope which the followers of Tulane have cherished for many years. Gloriously bedecked in flags and bunting, and packed to capacity, the big concrete stand presented an imposing picture when Hon. Martin Behrman, Mayor of the City of New Orleans, rose to deliver the presentation speech in behalf of the community. The Stadium was fittingly received by Dr. Robert Sharp, Tulane ' s honored President, amidst the acclamations of the great throng. On this occasion, too, a testimonial of gratitude was presented to Mr. Herman Seiferth, the originator of the idea of Realization Day, which made the Stadium possible. (292) G. P. GENTLING DWYER E. SHAUGHNESSY TALBOT After the Washington Artillery game, the Tulane team journeyed to College Station, where it was defeated by Texas A. M. in a game that needs no further comment here. The next game was played at the new Stadium against Georgia Tech, the undis- puted champions of the South, and, in the minds of many experts, the best team in the country in 1917. Tulane was defeated by the score of 48 to 0, but never in the history of football at Tulane has her green-clad warriors put up such a noble fight in the face of overwhelming odds. Faust and Clay were unable to play, and Foster was hurt early in the game, but the team fought nobly on. After this game Tulane was defeated by Rice, 16 to 0. In this game, Tulane was particularly weak on the offensive, and failed to show the fight and drive that it exhibited during the season. This game attracted a large crowd. (293) m WIGHT WILLIAMS MCGRAW KELLY As a fitting conclusion to a successful season, Tulane defeated her ancient rival, L. S. U., on Thanksgiving Day at Baton Rouge, to the tune of 28 to 6. The Greenbacks thoroughly outclassed the Tigers, and showed decided superiority in passing, interference and all-around play. To pick the individual stars of the season for Tulane would be practically impos- sible. All of the men who made their " T ' s " worked hard throughout the entire season. In conclusion, let us add great praise to the " scrubs, " who so valiantly withstood the attacks of the varsity, so that the team which took the field to represent their Alma Mater would be in fine condition. Such instances as McCay and Tucker, who were injured severely early in the season, show the spirit of the " scrubs. " Also, let us add a word of commendation for the Naval Reserve team, which gave the varsity much practice during the season. The sailors were always willing to assist, and their efforts were greatly appreciated. E. D. McC. (294) at K B K. K r F. WIEGAND BARNES MCCUTCHON, Manager HAVES. Trainer Detailed Account of the Scores of the Games of the 1917 Season Tulane. Opponents. October 6. — Tulane vs. Jefferson ; Heinemann Park 32 October 13. — Tulane vs. Spring Hill; Heinemann Park 28 October 20. — Tulane vs. Florida; Gainsville, Fla 52 October 27. — Tulane vs. Washington Artillery (opening cay new Tulane concrete Stadium) lo November 2. — Tulane vs. Texas A. M. ; College Station 35 November 10. — Tulane vs. Georgia Tech; Tulane Stadium 48 November 17. — Tulane vs. Rice; Fair Ground, New Orleans 16 Thanksgiving. — Tulane vs. L. S. U.; Baton Rouge 28 6 Totals 158 105 (295) i- ' % ' ' . ' " ' . ' A- DABEZIES H, GENTLING WIEGAND WALSHE (mGR.) Review of the 1918 Basketball Season When the basketball season came around, prospects for a good team were very bright, but just as the call for candidates was issued. Coach Shaughnessy became a benedict and went to Cuba for his honeymoon. Things looked black for a time, but on the day before the Christmas holidays the Tulane Athletic Council put Physical Director Hanson in charge, and the team began regular practice. During the middle of January the team was sufficiently prepared to play, so the Auburn " Plamsmen paid us a visit, and were defeated in two well-played games. Due to war conditions, no set schedule could be arranged, but an " extended " invasion of Alabama was attempted. The U. of Alabama was defeated in two games, and the Birmingham A. C. was also snowed under. The coach of the latter team, " Bill " Sireit, proclaimed Tulane the best team in the South, with the possible exception of Georgia. Then injuries weakened the team, and we were defeated by Auburn and Mobile Y. M. C. A., though the latter team was later defeated by us in New Orleans. L. S. U. denied our championship claim, but as Dr. Stroud could not hold his team together for two weeks while we finished our road trip, he can say nothing that will be used against Tulane ' s claims. The Crescents, champions of the local Senior A. A. U. League, did challenge us, and they were nicely trimmed, 33 to 24, even though Tulane ' s star guard was chasen from the game. With the exception of our friends from L. S. U., all Louisiana now proclaims us Stale champions, and admits that we have a valid claim on the Southern title. (296) - ' MOENCK, Captain LEGENDRE HANSON, Coach J J J Record of the 1918 Varsity Basketball Team TULANE OPPONENTS Tulane vs. Auburn o ' Tulane vs. Auburn ■ ' Tulane V3. Alabama 31 9 Tulane vs. Birmingham Y. M. C. A 27 26 Tulane vs. Birmingham A. C " Tulane vs. Auburn Tulane vs. Auburn lu J Tulane vs. Mobile Y. M. C. A 26 39 Tulane vs. Mobile Y. M. C. A 35 22 Tulane vs. The Crescents x 33 24 Totals 276 225 (297) ujjjIjjjIDil: Record of the Second Team In the Senior A. A. U. League TULANE OPPONENTS Tulane vs. The Y. M. C. A 37 40 Tulane vs. The Y. M. H. A 36 33 Tulane vs. Boys ' High School — — Tulane vs. The Y. M. G. C 16 39 Tulane vs. Naval Station 25 23 Tulane vs. The Crescents 24 33 (298) AR eview of the Track Season E were not represented in the S. I. A. A. meet last spring, so that our track season consisted of two dual meets — with Mis- sissippi A. M. and Louisiana State University. The first meet of the year was with Mississippi A. M., on April 28, in New Orleans. The Mississippi aggregation was headed by Don Scott, the great quarter-miler, and was confident of going home victorious. Despite the fact that Scott showed his heels to the crowd in the quarter, half and mile races, Tulane won the meet by the score of 57 to 52. There was no star for Tulane, but Tucker, Stouse, Simpson and Bott deserve mention as the principal point gainers. In the next meet with L. S. U., held m Baton Rouge, we were not so fortunate, and were beaten by the score of 69 to 53. This was a most interesting meet. Three S. I. A. A. records were beaten that day, though the time does not stand, as S. I. A. A. records cannot be officially beaten in a dual meet. Lewis, of L. S. U., ran the high hurdles in 15 seconds and the low hurdles in 26 seconds. Thorgeson and Funk, both of L. S. U., broke records in the pole vault and high jump, respectively. Tucker and Stouse were probably the stars for Tulane, though the whole team did their best, which is proved by the fact that their opponents were forced to break records to beat them. 299 Wearers of the " T " in College E. O. McCuTCHON W. Barnes H. Gentling L. Gentling Faust COLEE H. Barnes Foster Jerwick Lecendre Tucker Todd LUDWIG Simpson Edmondson Adam Duffy Dabezies MOENCK Clay Weicand DWYER Wight McGraw Williams Talbot LiNFIELD Kelly Oakes Ramirez Morris J. V. Wolff G. L. Adams E. Shaughnessy (300) TlaJBaffl aanlamanlan ilanlgnlSnlanlisnla © dl li L c lllilllliiii m m - I I llE Ma .is ' ' ii (301) The Tennis Season OT in the history of intercollegiate tennis, which began in 1 883, has any college performed the feat accomplished by Tulane in winning both the singles and doubles for three consecutive years. The nearest that any college has come to duplicating this feat was in the years 19 I 3- ' I 4- ' 1 5, when Harvard won the doubles in all three years and the singles in two of the years. In defeating Georgia Tech, the only entry, in the doubles of the Southern Intercollegiate tournament at the Country Club last spring, Tulane ' s representatives accomplished this no small feat. Morris and Watters were far superior to the Georgia Tech team and were at no stage of the contest in danger of losing even a single set. The final score was 6-0, 6-3, 6-3. By eliminating both members of the Georgia Tech, Watters and Morris met in the finals of the singles. Morris played a good game, but was no match for Watters, who lived up to his reputation as the peer of Southern net stars. (302) r- Physical Training Notes n ■ n u m m m S the importance of physical training has been asserted by the Government, in stating that it is the " backbone " of the military, it has inspired Tulane students to take advantage of the gym- n-sium, and made this year the most successful in its history. A striking example of this was when Mr. Bostick was one of the two out of fifty-two applicants to pass the test for the Aviation Corps. He develeped from a 2 per ceint man to one of the best all-around athletes in the South, and all was due to physical training. Our annual wrestling tournament is complete, and the following students will be av arded their letters as winners: Paperweight, Walter Gill; bantam- weight, F. A. Wulff; featherweight, R. E. Lothrop; lightweight, C. G. Devron; welterweight, C. W. O ' Leary; middleweight, John Wight; heavy- weight, E. B. Williams. These men will probably compete in the A. A. U. wrestling championships. More apparatus has been purchased, until at present the gymnasium is considered the best in the South. Bequests and donations are still in order for a much-needed swimming tank. The course in physical training has been growing in numbers so steadily that an assistant physical instructor was found necessary, and Mr. R. W. Leche has been appointed to that position. The gymnasium is doing its share in preparedness, and the student who fails to take advantage of the opportunity offered is to be classed as a slacker. Vi (303) flB£=. T d-Tv (304) Newcomb Athletic Association Officers Marguerite Ellis PraiJenl Nathalie Settoon ' Vice-President Elizabeth Gregory Sccrelar Cay Saunders Treasurer Gethyn Rugan Editor of " Hand Book " Lombard, 18 Heller, ' 18 Caffery. ' 18 Ellis, ' 18 Celestin, " 18 The Wearers of the " N " Lancham, ' 18 Lanekjn, ' 18 Chase, ' 19 Reeves, ' 19 Gardiner, ' 20 Gregory, ' 20 Kastler, ' 20 Morgan, ' 20 Rocquet, ' 20 Seymcur, ' 20 Field Day Resuhs Won by Class of 1917 CLASS EVENTS I. Class Exercises: Seniors, First Place. Juniors, Second Place. 2. Newcomb Game: Freshmen, First Place. Sophomore, Second Place. 3. Relay Race: Freshmen, First Place. Seniors, Second Place. (305) Newcomb Athletic Association 1. Running High Jump: Ayres, ' 17, First Place. Johnson, ' 20, Second Place 2. Putting the Shot: Joffnon, 17. Bultman. ' 17. 3. Standing Broad Jump: Kastler, ' 20. Caffery, ' 18. 10. William Tell Ellis, ' 18. Lombard, ' 1 FIELD DAY RESULTS MAJOR EVENTS 4. Balance Beam: McConnell, ' 20. Vairin, ' 17. 5. Vaulting: Ayres, ' 17. Stouse, ' 20. 6. Hop, Step and Jump: Ayres, ' 17. Setloon, ' 18. 7. Twenty-five Yards Dash: Kastler, ' 20. Ayres, ' 17. 8. Throwing Basketball: Kasller, ' 20. Rocquet, ' 20. 9. Bowling on Green : Thompson, ' 17. Saunders, ' 18. II. Batting Baseball: Thompson, ' 17. Ellis, ' 18. Baseball Results, 1917 Town (10) ) r li Dor-MITOI Y (7) Dormitory (11)) ' Town (20) ) Dormitory (7) I Town (12) I Town I J Varsity (13) Alumnae (6) Varsity Basketball Results, 1917 Freshmen (50) ) Sophomore (30) j Junior (30) ) Senior (49) ) Freshmen (33) Junior (48) ' Tennis Results, DOUBLES Senior 1917 Junior Senior Freshmen Sophomore Sophomore Junior Caffery Meyer Ross Seymour Delchamps Baccich Joffrion Morgan ) Senior Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen Sophomore SINGLES • Caffery Seymour Delchamps Morgan Seymour Morgan Morgan a a u. g, a ■s a « 9 a a ■ a « B H ■ ■ a ' M ■ m li FiVsi Ron ' .- Delchamps. Rccquet. Rigktor Scconi Ro-D : Celestin, Ellis, Lund, Langham Third Row: Lombard. Caffery, Settoon Senior Basketball Team Ida Jungle . . . Katherine Cafferv Manager Captairt Viola Lund Susie Celestin Ruth Heller Nathalie Settoon Lucille Lombard Alice Rightor Mathilde Nairne Virginia Parker corinne rocquet Miriam Delchamps Emily Langham Yvonne: Dreyfus (307) jmjjitfw- ' J! ; Finl Row: RoussELL. Meyer, Newburcer, Morgan, Deitze Second Rotv : GuTHRiE, Saunders, Dreyfus, Macrucer Third Row: Odenheimer, Black, McFetridge Junior Basketball Team MiNA Newburcer Ida Lise Black. . Manager Captain Cay Saunders Acnes Guthrie Berenice Dreyfus Lillian Kessler Caroline Dreyfus Katherine McFetridce Ruth Meyer Marion Odenheimer Marguerite Roussell Marcuerita Cotonio Amy Dietze Evangeline Magrudek Calista Morgan (308) First Row: Schooler, Morgan, Rock, Kastler, Luzenburg Second Rom: Johnson, Scherck, Graner, Gardiner, DeBuvs Third Row: Fenner, Burkenroad, Gregory, Comeaux Sophomore Basketball Team M. Rock . . E. Gregory 1 . Schooler E. Burkenroad C. Morgan J . Comeaux R. Kastler E. Johnson K. Luzenburg E. DeBuys V. SCHERCK D. Graner E. Fenner H. Gardiner Manager Captain (309) First Row: Davis, Ehrles, Townsend, Hart, Chauvin Second Row: Hazel Lampert, Kansas, Helen Lampert, Third Row: Stratton, Vick, Hopkins MacLaurer Freshman Basketball Team Fay Townsend Doris Vick Manager Captain loNE Brady Lyda Roberts Flora Stratton Adele Kansas Hazel Lampert Helen Lampert Hattie Brock Rosa Hart Helen Alder Corinne Hopkins Hortense MacLauer Sara Aihlers Virginia Davis (310) First Roui : Celestin, Luzenberc, Settoon, Burkenroad. Second Roll); LuND, Black, Heller, Gregory. Third Row: Ellis, Caffery, Kastler. Varsity Basket Ball Team Katherine Caffery Captain and Manager N . Settoon R . Kastler G. Gardiner K. Caffery B. Gregory V. Lund E. Burkenroad K. LlZENBERG S . Celestin R. Heller R. Heller M. Ellis (311) ;AmH ' " » VltK 1919 BLRCk 1918 CflFFERY BASKET BALL CAPTAINS (312) aHHBBHHBHBHBHf- ' {■■■■■■■■■■■■■St ! l COHN ntYER SCHERCIA BURKE-NROAD (313) ■ i ■ ■■■■■■I- ' ' laVBIiaHHHIl! 3 CAPTAIN DAVID HUGHES INSTRUCTOR IN MILITARY TRAINING (314) Military Training at Tulane I % i - ILITARY training at Tulane has been the re.uh of a feeling so strong that, despite many obstacles, has come to stay. To change Tulane into a military school was so radical that the faculty had taken no action along this line when the university opened in the fall, though there had been some discussion of the matter. At a meeting of the entire student-body, excepting Newcomb and the down town medicals, held m January, a rule was unanimously passed mak- ing military training compulsory on all students of the Colleges of Arts and Science, Technology, and Law unless exempted by the Student Exemption Board. The membership of this board is composed of the President of the student bodies or their assignees, and one faculty member. When this rule first went into effect the authority of this board was very limited, in fact the only means it had of enforcing its mandates was by appealing to the sentiment of the student body. However, before any trouble had arisen as to powers of this board the Board of Administrators of the University had passed a resolution making the rule adopted by the students compulsory, and thereby assuring enforcement of the decrees of the Student Exemption Board. So, beginning February 1 , the Tulane army reported for active duty. The students were divided into two companies ; Company A, meeting on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons; Company B, meeting on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons. The mistakes were many at first, but now everything is going smoothly and we feel safe in predicting that some day Tulane will be one of the leading miliatry schools of the South. Too much cannot be said of the spirit displayed by the students in starting this move and for the manner in which they have co-operated with the authorities. n (315) B ?■■■■ gt JAMBALAYA From the German The bloody curtain is drawn once more — War has begun again its tragedy; From everywhere the actors have been summoned, Of every class and nationality. Do you think that you alone can witness The struggle staging with untroubled brow? To criticize and praise or blame the actors? Nay! Up and throw your fortunes with them now! You, too, are of those who have been chosen, Who has arms, let him come without delay. With a shout let all join in the battle. Then — on with the play! (316) JMHMHBBIIIBa ■■■■■■■■■■»« ua:; ' : . " ■:- r:... y (319) Semiors atUse GASSlIMGr " •CHUCKING THEIR WEIGHTS ABOUT " " SW nPlNG ' ' tQUlPntNT ON " " DIGaiNQ TARTY " s«a. OVEBTrtE TOR The Supervising Editor desires to apologize for placing these pictures in the Joke Section. They were to have immediately followed the Newcomb Senior Class Roll, but, through an oversight in m aking up the book, he failed to leave space for them, and, before the mistake could be rectified, the first part of the book had gone to press. He hopes that the Newcomb Senior Class will accept his apology. (320) ■■■■■«■■«■! U a m m ■3 m 9 a M n ■ e IS te E ■ m m » m m .sac " LONELY STAB " CMnOUrtflGE ARTISTS ' " COniNQ- IT " ANY COMPLAINTS? " TonnY " " TED UP " CHUM " C3t£ ' MCTIONABy OF TRENCH SUANQ in AGE ' S OVefV THE TOP " J m m m a m U— mmmi (321) I m fr ' yy ' j.t A- ' vti-r ic ,iJ- ihXo j ' .i o a - - i UiK JKl - ■ ■ ' 4 A AA. AI lP a r - - i ' ' I ' ,7 l( .Jj o (322) Ihe Havmted sphine Loui ouis (323) IJ A. % (■■■■■■■■■■■■IRM ' « (324) s r. w m m m m « iSHHBBHirHHIl ■ a m and hi our. (325) (326) NLUCOMB A5IT 13NT (327) Senior Ingenuity ou have heard of the meatless and wlieatless days. Of the days without coal and wood; But in Newcomb we find A different kind Of " lessness " than fuel and wood. vve are doing without, goodness knows that we do; And the more that we do, the more that we do. And exam-less exam would pass in a crowd, Bui a modsl-less mod was more than we lowed. (328) k Necessity Club " Necessity knows no laiv. " (Founded by " Henry Ford " Trufant. 56 B. C.) (Established, 1918.) Fratres in Facultate B. S. " Daisy " J " ™ Charter Members . . PresiJenI Geo. Baccich Capt. Dick Leche (Cox ' s Army) y,cc-Pras,denl Chas. Elliott ' ' ' " " Jack Kraemer Trcawrer M. LeCompte Sergeanl-al-Arms Candidates for Degrees by Prescription Joseph Rosengarden, ' 17 R " i °lph Henry Waldo George Joel Ginsberg Members in Good Standing ••Axle- Alla.n M.ke Irwin Bab Martin Zed Hawkins A- Gondran J , Simon Pledged Atlas Marx Frank Fuller (329) (330) U. i a! 1 i ■i a 3 (331) ■ L ■ ■RE . 5 W Club " We Won ' t Work, Will We? " Motto: " Nothing to do for tomorrow. " FloJvcr: Violet (born to blush unseen). Son : " There ' s only two things to do on a rainy right, and I don ' t want to play cards. " Members in Faculty James J. Roberts ' William Williamson Morton A. Aldrich Alumni Members Lieutenant Benja.min Miller Sergeant Benjamin Smith SlGMUND J. Katz R. C. Bauer President Emeritus Axel Allain Vice-President E. Davis McCutchon . Secondary Babs Martin Chief Loafer Maurice Frank Legal Representative (332) iJllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilHIIIIIIIINIIIIHIIIillJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiL: fl n ■ a 9 m m a a. m m m K s « IS s s ■ s IS Q ylppreciation The Board of Editors of the 1 9 1 8 fambalaya, desire to thank. Mr. Frank B. Moore for his efficient Work on the photographs for the Fraternity and Senior sections of the book, ond also J. Hypo Coquille and his able staff for their good work on the group pictures. We also wish to thank the fahn and Oilier Engraving Company for their good work on our cuts, and the Benson Printing Company for their k ' nd s ugges- tions, which has helped us over several rough spots. Q 7iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiii!ii!ii!inir!ii!!!iJi!n!iii;iiiiii!ii!ijiiiiiiiiiiiriiT (334) _t! i (335) 3 .n ■ . ' a . 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The College of Arts and Sciences, for men, offers full courses in Literature and Science. Many scholarships open to high school graduates. The College of Technology offers unexcelled courses in the following schools: Mechanical-Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Archi- tecture and Architectural Engineering. The Newcomb College offers full courses in Literature. History, Science. Art, Music, 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 colleges, offers advanced courses leading to the degrees of M.A.. E.E.. M.E., C.E., M.Arch., Ch.E.. and Ph.D. A number of Fellowships are awarded annually. The College of Law offers two complete courses, each leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws; one to prepare students for practice in Common Law States, 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. Women are admitted on same terms as men. THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, established in 1888, as the New Orleans Polyclinic. Graduate courses offered in all fields of medicine, including research. THE SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND TROPICAL MEDICINE offers short courses in public health and tropical medicine. Regular courses for degree of Dr. P. H. and Diploma in Tropical Medicine. 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, established in 1899, as the N. O. College of Dentistry, offers a full course leading to the degree of D.D.S., with practically unlimited clinical material. Women admitted on same terms as men. 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